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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: October 4, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GA.ZETTE-N.


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10a for anything in the follow,
SStationery Newspapers
S Books Musical Goods
S Coaectionery Fruit
SJewelry Clocks
0 Peu t ToiletArti*as
S Fishing Tackle Sporting Good
0 baskets Bird Cagesand
0 Kodaks Supplies
S* BikeSupplies Window Shade
olls Toys
Lowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always fres
for rent, and repaired. All sorts of tools and q
Picture Frames Made to



If You Cannot Find TIL
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NEWS FUiM NMIN.


School opened Monday with fifty-ene

F.. & Ball is clerking at Francis' store

^ ( .d lihas gone to Washington,
S ext?
the tailor, has moved his
p -h in the Garthwaite building.
Miass rah Corpe went to Jacksonville
Tuesday to accept a position as steno-
grapher.
The mosquitoes still give their nightly
anuss, though they ame gradually
akiag their departure.
n. Rev. E. W. Butler and son, Clarece,
wet f DeLaad this week. Clarence
wf SItatso University.
Tueeay afght the eight house, con-
S t seweal hundred dollars' worth
- of goods, was destroyed by are.
Mra. Treadwell, who ha been visiting
4 with Mrs. Kitchell and other friends, ae
to St. Augustine Moaday.
j Pmierton and aso; Colby, are at
IagaIa alter a piesant solourn of
ammsl months at Mt. Pleasant, N. H.
Quite a party will go from here to
S I n grove Saturday, where they will
beeile taiard by Meldames Corpe and


S W'Smith & Son sell Silver and Gold
h" *rts.


MPLT rWENDED.

lans Fequasy and Mis U'la Parker
S me married 8aunday evening, Rev. W.
SA. MyWes performing the ceremony. The
62M oeplte departed Monday morning
O aIatrip through Texas, California and

a the bride and groom are popular
.- -m people and have a hoat of friends
SthI is community, all of who join in
iWinag them wedded happiness and
p emperity.

.A..jWhen a person wears out a pair of
tr brand ahoee they buy another pair.
We't you try a pair? SMITH & SON.

1 troubles that never come form the
4-8 t part of our daily burdeas.


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relty Store
g line: viz
Magazines
Artist's Supplik
Nut.
Wathes.
IPoket Knives
*s Ganwe
Glalas
school Supplies :
* Masks
Notions
i. Sewing machines for sale.
Vchimery repaired promptly.
SOrder.



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seemanamassemanamens....


TIE SUMMER VACATION OVER.


- This week the Daytona Public School
opened on Monday with an enrollment
of 195 pupils. This in the largest bona-
ide enrollment in the history of the
school.
It was a fine, lalmy day and the
children camenw from fai and near through-
out the city, and some half a dozen from,
Seabreese, to take up again the arduous
but pleasant tasks of the school room.
The faculty this years is as follows,
each one an experienced and successful
teacher:


Prof. C. E. Richards, principal.
Miss Martha E. Brown, am't principal.
Mrs. Mande T. Barron, 7th and 8th.
-._Mm. Lida Babington, 5th and <4th.
Misa Rose Noble, 3rd and 4th.
Miss Susie Curry, lat and 2nd.
Miss Llcie Haecker, primary.
The prospects for a good year's work
are very flattering. The trustees, ever
mindful of the interested of tlie wholars.
are having ere-ted a lavatory on tlhe
second floor for the convenience of th4
high school students.
As an evidence of the quality of work
done in the Daytona High School we
mention the fact that it is now affiliated
with Stetoon l;uiversity, at DeLand. a n
grade received tere are ntieptable there.
Stetson University has also given two
free scholarships for each year to en-
eourage scholars to prepare for okolkge.
The scholarships, this yeirt were
awarded to Minnie Ruger and iole)
MacCoy.
It is worthy of mention that of the six
graduated from the high school this 3ear
the entire number are going away to
college this fall. This speaks well for
the young people. and for their teacher's
who have had them in charge.
It speaks well for a public s whool
when its graduate fl they need iore
educational training than the public
school affords.
The age demands college trained mien
and women and the Gazette-News is glad
to see this indication of the educational
esprit de corps.
There will be an addition to the pres-
ent enrollment before many weeks, as
the patronage of the school who are
North will return to their winter homnee
here. This will run the attendance con-
siderably over 200.


ALL GARDENTIME IS HER


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

Onion Sets white, per quart
On a eta s allae yellow, per quart 15c
TI'y are cheapWer if purchased by the peek or ebushel.


~Armour'sStarHams 15c per pound! aa
0
a
L 0
0
I 0


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

W. H. Heath's new boat was launched
Monday.
W Do not forget Geo. H. Clark's five
cent school supplies.
Frank 8. Rodgers returned Tuenday
from his trip to Chicago.
The Congregational Church has been
treated to a new coat of paint.
Notice the ad. of the Big Beach Street
Fruit Store in another column. 9
Mrs. Jas. Simonds returned Saturday
from her visit in Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. tGeo. H. Footeand family
are expected to arrive tomorrow.
A telephone has been installed in the
enWtern Unioni Telegraph office.
"I'New lot of iboys' corduroy pants
have just arrived at J. A. Hendricks'.
William Ronald left last Saturday to
attend Rollins College. at Winter Park.
The Democratic Executive Conmmnittee
will meet at Del.and Monday at two
o'clock.


A daughter was lomr to Mr. and Mrs.
Win. McC4ollow, of Goodall. Friday o
last week. /
Mrv. J. C. Petteplher stepped int( a
mole hole Tuesday and siutainied a frac-
tured ankle.
Geo. H. Count, a former business man
of Daytona.now a resident of Enterprise.
is in town this week.
S,.Belgian hares lth* and $1 .AM each
if taken at once; also a pair of white
Angoras, at Geo. H. 'lark's.
Dr. and Mrs. H. I). IBrown returned
from North Carolina Tuesday and are
occupying their Itidgewood home.
U-LargW assortment of ledgers. r .cord
books and everything g in that line att
Clark's jewelry and stationery store.
MI 'all antd ie our nihe assortment
of cali-oews and outing tflinne'is list re-
ceived. J. A. IF:tlNmu ks.
Miss Edith M' Rlix jind 1iss I1essie
Hoblbs lft \\'Vlnesday ftv r oWinter 'Park.
where they will aittendl collins College.
C. Millburni. one of the enterprising
citizens of IPort Orange, favored our
mainct um with a pleasant call Wednesday
S0'Take time Iy the font-lok iand get
ready for Christmas by Ihaving your
photos taken at larri.s' Stmdio. I'et-k
Block. 'Phone ti1.
Emile Anthony. of West l'a.li lkach11 1
visited with Neville ('lark l;ist %\eek. Hif
left Monday for DeAnml, were hlie' wiI
attend Stetson university. I
J. M. Jolley, editor and publisher of
the Journal, returned Friday of la.st
week from a very plea.alnt outing among
the mountains of Nortlh 'arolina.


Adam Sn'lantz isn seriously ill within
kidney trouble. lie has ieen ttconined to
his bhed for two weeks but his many
Inds hope for a speedy recovery.
W. .. Bethel returned from his trip to
rNew York Tuesdiay evening. During his J
abeteice he lun'hlasedl a ver'v1e lieautiful
and complete fall sth 'k fr .J. A. iehn-

II. HI. Matthlews. T. 1.. Ito.Igers anld
II. F. Hoighi are three oldI v,-eterans who
will leave Monlday t, swell tlhe attend-
ance at the G. A. It. encampment at
Washington
wrhe freight dlepot at Oriimonl. with all
its contents w as destroyed ly litre Tue,.s-
day night. It is supposeml that thlee ire
was caulsed lyv tle explosion of some
conmbeuistilles of some kind or other.
During Georege Silvertnt ils absence'e
North coons have raided his hlien yard
and killed over a cidosen hlis. le-t the
neighbors look out for stray 'coins and
keep their lihen coops closed at night.


Dr. and Mrs. .1. A. VatinV'alzah pdlani a
trip to (Oregon and tiully t 'o California.
They leave for tlhe West thie 1.th tof this
month, and %%ill return about ChristmLas.
lIois will renmiiini ii St .A mgistiuei at the'
convent.
g'ry'resh bread every onerning at thi.
Grainling Bake'ry. "It's tile kind
mother used to makee"


II. A. Monriot. of this city, dield its the
Railroad Hosplital at St. Auguistine.
Monday nolning. Tlhe remains were
brought here Monday evening t and
internal in tGreenwiood Cemnetery. lie
leaves a wife. and ta son and tdaught"r.
both married.
l e'llelicious home made candy vat tnhe
Granlingki kkery. Ihetter try ime. ol it.


Several yonlllig mien me,1t Wednesdluiy
evening and organizc'd the lDaytona
Wheelman's Asstociation.and tie. follow-
ing officers where cl-'te-d: President.
P. Carellas; vice president and tmeasurer.
W. W. Austin: serevtary. A. 11. Smith;
executive commiilittee., ld. Curtis. Elari'est
Snow and Geo. Pollard. The next iimeet-
ing will be held Sunday afternoon.
liNeville 'lark. iiur new optician. is
already doing a tine business.
Mr. Colee. of the firm of Earles & Colee.
brought his team in last Saturday from
P'icoletta, bly way of Palatka. He made
the trip of 50 miles in two days. This
firm has just put in a new wood yard in
I-A i. -..;.l.....1....


MrWhob wheat bread at the Gram-
ling Bakery every day.
S. W. Castles, of Atlanta, iegitered at
Schmidt's Villa Wednesday.
Station Agent Jibb has received nseo
new seats for the waiting room in the
passenger station.
F. L. Corwin, traveling plasmngeraspat
for he Ocean Steamship company, was
r'Daytona Sunday.
SMis Elizabthi8Brerail left Tuesday
afternoon for DeLand, where she will
attped Stetse gUivvlN.
The ladies' whlag eiue of the Com-
gregational Church met with Mrs. F. A.
White yesterday afternoon.
%.-Our fall stock will begin to arrive
next week. Wait and see our line below
pu-rhasing. J. A. HENDB~oas.
Win. Wicking, manaerof the Dayytom
Icel'ompany and theJensen Ice CompaVm
was a visitor to JaimO vitlV the let of
the week.
Mrs. Wit. Jibb, who has been visiting
with friends at Barberville for several
weus, returned home Wednesday
e ning.
iHenry T. Titus went to Titusville
Wednesday. He returned Friday and
immediately left for Washington and
New York.


Wm. M. McGriff has sold his house on
the peninsula to Mrs. Stevens, ofSanford.
Mr. and Mrs. McGriff will live on this side
of the river.
l%.It's about time to think of having
your house tfixl up. Kost & iGwinuel
are artists in paintipg and paper-hang-
ing-let ter consult tlhem.
Miss Pearl Spaulding left Tuesday
afternoon to attend Stetson University.
Her mother. Mrs. A. S. Spangler wenvt
over to Delland with her.
Mrs. Edw. Fitzgerald ai.d her mother.
Mr. C. M. Vandolewater. returned Sundayj
front a two moiutli' visit with frieinlsanll
relatives in in ioin d Mimineot ta.
The Florida hens are on a strike. 1
lia been iuiKeo>sible to get eggs in
Daytona during the past week. The
same condition prevails all over the
State.


Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maley and family
returned front their beach cottage and
an' now ocvcupying their home at the
corner of P'almetto avenue and Cedar

John Male aund Miss Florence Maley
departed Friday for Washington, where
they will remain for a few days and then
visit at their old home at Williamnsport,
Pennsylvania.

L-on Despland returned Friday of
last week from the Cuatkill Mountains.
where lie very successfully conducted
the Grand House during the summer.
Mrs. Iespland will return in a couple of
weeks.
We 'all the attention oif our readers
and their friends to thead. of the Bentnett
lHouIfs which appears in anothercolumn.
Las-t year tIe Bennett House was one of
tht' m10ost si'-ce 'ssfulll houses ill Daytona.
and we' have yet to hear of a guest that
w\vs not satisfied.


Thie Soit hiernComedy company ole'nedd
thi. season n t thie. olra House last
night with a varied peerformance. Taken
as a whole they gave. judging from the
:apeplaie,. ex.-elleit satisfaction. They
ui|-.ar itagas iti toniglit in anentine change
ofl ier.igl';ii. Adlm.issionm --k- ail 354-.
S. \W. .oilnson. of INeLand. tIannager
of the' Noilele Newspatletr 1Union, was. in
I aytc i .ia ltt Sitl trday. Luring his visit
lie clo4 sed a coltruact witl thle publisher
oef the liaize'tte-Ne'ws for printing the
Sle'ial Edition which is soon to be is-
siid,. lTh'ie al-r will contain 24 pagws
anld will I.' erited (ol spellllr 'itle.ldated
pla!e'r.


.Iohn Y. Ie'twiler, the Ipresident of the
Florida Fi.h Commnission. is visiting the
Fish c,'titimisisioners of the Northerni
Stat-.. \i ii the t object of perfecting and
extending tlie work of the commission
it. re|*lli'sents. Mr. letwiler is the right
mamii: fhor the. work. and willexhaust every
effort tol heiIlp the fisheries (of his State.
-N. Y. Fishiiig Gazette.


Chas. R. lardiner has returned from
his trip to New York.
Dr. D. D. Beekman was one of the
expansionists to Washington yesterday.
We call the attention of our readers
to the new ad. of the Seaside Inn in this
week's issue.
A. 8. Harroun is having lumber hauled
for a steam laundry to be erected on Sea-
breeae Avenue, Goodall.
Sperner B. Green has the contract for
installing a Kelsey Generator for heating
the Christy bouse on Ridgewood.
J. H. C. Warfeld arrived from Spring-
field, Mase., this week and is very pleas-
antly domiciled at J. B. HiMsky's.
Mrs. D. F. Austin returned Friday of
last week from an extended visit at
Beaumont, Texas, and also in Wisconsin.
Capt. H. F. Douglase left yesterday
for Washington to take in the G.A.R. en
campment, after which he will visit in
Buffalo.
ILMoore Brothers have porbased a
finer line of drses goods and notions than
have ever before been brought to this
city.
Theodore White had quite thrilling ex-
perience while at Georgiana recently. A
vicious cow caught him on her horns and
carried him around a pasture several
times. Luckily, he was not injured.


Mism Mae Jolley and Miss Thomp-
son, were two of Daytona's charming
young ladies who started for Washing-
ton yesterday iornlmg. They will visit
friends in Virginia betigreturning.
Z. T. Barker has had's Guerney heater
installed in his home on Ridgewood.
Spencer B. Green did the work. Mr.
Green is kept busy now days doing the
plumbing in a number of residences
about town.
WCall and -e,, that tew kodak devel-
i t sniaehisne lit Ilsiines' Ncovelty Stole.
St reet 'ominisiomner French has a
fe r f men at t work re-shelling Beach
street. Catch lbasin.s and drains have
been laid all along the street and when i
it is completed it will be one of the beet
streets in the city
IL.The biggest school tablets you ever
saw fora nickle at Barnes' Novelty Store.


It is predicted that Florida will have a
larger season than ever this year and
that it will commence much earlier. The
high price and scarcity of coal will make
it so that people can come to Florida
for about what their coal would cost
tnem.
a, .Baskets. Buckets and Bags of all
kinds for lunch at Barnes' Novelty Store.
Tuesday the Granmling Bakery was
moved to the Jones building at the
corner of Beach street and Third avenue.
They have considerable more robin than
at the old stand, and besides have the
use of a brick oven with a baking
capacity of 2.)0 loaves of bread. Mrs.
Gramling informs us that they will keep
a full lineof fruits. candies and nut*4#
addition to their regular line this winter.

fItffli 1it :111f: i filll ifHll t

SAN INTERESTING BUDGET
| OF NEWS FROM GOODA00
'.illlhIllillulllilHlifllftttlfulIl tiitil
.Miss grace Stewart is on the Pick list,
but, we are glad to say, is improving.
Miss Maud Whitten will spend the
winter in Tampa. taking a business
counie.
Ike. Linmley is a proud father. It hap-
iNelnd quite recently. We are pleased to
s.iind congratulations.
C'harley. Kipllmerlish is at Stetmon for
the winter. Miss Edith will le at the
convelit at St. Augustine.
" Miss 1,G EIceles is again at her pomt
as school mistress for the little tots. She
is thqoronughly appreciated here.
Miss iuilda Voorhes and mother r-
turned home to lDeLand Wednesday,
after a pleasant suiting on tle beach.
Miss VOIrtwe is a takluted singer and
her charming voice was most heartily
enjoyed 1by lovers of usi.ic.
Miss I'Pearl Spaulding left for De.and
Tuesday. where. ihe will attend Stet)on
I niverity. taking a sp.ciAL& ourse in
the' art department. Miss Spaulding lias
vtry decided talent and we predlct for
her a lhirg" su<-C-S in her chosen pro-
lesisiOll.


Mrs. Ge(). B. Woodward, Miss Wood-
ward and Stanley Wo:>dward spent a
few days at the Seaside Inn. en route to
Stetson Iniversity where tle young man
will study this winter. They are de-
lighted with our beach and will return
to spend the Christmas holidays.
Grandma tHoughton is visiting the
MIisses Morague at the Jones cottage.
Mrs. Houghton is tie head of one of the
Oldest and tost aristocratic of the Pal-
Iatka families. At present she makes her
home with person, Mat. at Jacksonville.
She is always a most welcome visitor at
thie beach,
An impromptu musical at the Seaside
Inn Tuesday night was much enjoyed by
those present. Songs, piano selections,
.i...,

Goods Arriv


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

Hosiery, Handkerifs,

Suspenders and Ties.


Our new line of Shoes is exception-

ally fine. Come in and see them.


Sco I Time is arounll aainll, and there
are many needs to be filled before the yonng-
sters are ready to resume their school work.
It will be a matter of 'common prl'udence for
you to come to us first. We ('c1an please you.


PASSING OF A PION PORT ORANGE ITEMS.

Samuel J. Fox. of P'ort Ornge. died Mrs. We1ed40 is visiting in Daytona.
Tuesday night at eleven o'sclh-k. A.blmt Willis.hllinsom is at hIrnea for a few
ten year ago Mr. Fox suffen'd a par- days.
alytic stroke and ever since lie lhais ln I. .. W1. lls visited at Mrs. Frank
in poor health. Since last Easterr Ihe lha Sparkinian's tins week.
been confined to his me'd. ('. llickman hasin moved bis family into
Deceased was loKrn in Norfolk, Eng- t Ih lihetis just vaaited by Mrs. Butler.
land, in 1826. leing 74; years tf age at Thlie'. will lIe services in the Episopal
the time of his death. C,mr.ich n.\t Siunilay (kOct. 5) at o'clock.


He has been a resident of Florida for
the past twenty-eight years, aind lias
resided at Port Orange twenty-six years
of that period.
lIe leaves to mourn his denistie a. wife.
and one daughter, Mrs. Geo. E. Priie..


O()iur Ieo'ple e,' njoye, a very pleasant
party at lidi:e--wood Hall Fridad

Misejtose' N\oble slpent Saturday sad
Suiiday in our village, the guest of Mm..
F'. T. hirrn.
Mi:as. of 1>.: lt-.na, has been idol&g'
sa-Mil' v'ry l ,tet lipIering anul diecolt
i il lioem Il Il, ',.- siouse. .
-.4-
Mll. Ma' lr it!',tr lhasi miioved from
I.: l';I \ e'i s'i ti l)lniiil.w tion aveMna -
aiI i- o,,V..H ,i' > lM rs. 'Fair's house. A
:1. s. i ;i, atill 1 I e '.l,;ih',ni left Thu.
,liay foi i>):. III;i. \ !ihe.' i le former wi
h ivtc ..i. i- if i'.' i.-I l l again th
""ir:


!l',lLY HUL 1APPIE44lNGS.


Mr. \l.-'l y l lAv i'r.-1 I fl)n I )eLid.
'lrlii I'uiv,' I-:I ..'.. i 'l ,' d work on'
his no w igunlar f: .


'I'lme Mlc4 'c

et'.ege'- dig t'
MnOur .W.I


' 'v i~th tins


.At N 'rtlh .ll,, y II :', : '. s- l.! ..1 .v d-
of Bridgeport. Connec'tiCut. cHe la a ii ,v ,i..t l ..l i .1. i'. ,r;.t-
son. Walter. who Wi a phllysici;an in li p,.jrtie's l.hiir' !>. I. il' i.ic.liivl .Mi
Porto Rico. but for the past vi-hit I.. I's iker V
years no tidings h ve ('comite from thl sodi !i. l.,'im ',,, iji ,'i, tie
and it is pnresunied that he is deal. T.':,,:ek; i vii \' I .v. ,'.i I-
Mr. Fox was a very active niandiring el v ili wIoil. n!' li. ,-i.tiawi irthme -
the greater part of his life. I unl1. h I"'T '., '. : :an inmprove-
Yearsngo he was tlw promoter (of n atl. i i ,i of~i'er.
His i1'.v I A ie) :I.- I e I sI)r.*5'' M
proposed railroad l etwten St. August- t'illy hliin.li..lhd M.lil.iv
hie and this ,.ity. and sicree .-del.l in llh viligI
11. ". l ( ,i, l l'r.,l \\-,'l.oSatsuma
the grade made for lifteein or tw*entytv highI. dI cit m h ,t, w-k.The$y
miles this mide of St. Amugustine, but thl lh,. ili,,,,,.,,l .,l tcen ,,ioll w I,..r ,,n the way,
I. J. Whit road (now tihe Florid'a East, tilh -li- 5,,.i, i ati'', i h lIingsubmer- .
Coast i-tilway) : .us started and Mr. -'-d li.. ,,>.,, ,iil h ,,.liilr',.n cane
Fox abtando ned his project. I!e' w -ns hi'%, t .isiti',tle1 li ,* I ils ii,,\v 'emfortably
also inte -steil in thle Iuildiling o tl; .... i i e
S1 ,'I k. t lie ir i 0. ,F' ".'!' i.. ." tine. lred
railroad from Tit i sville to 'nt'erlri.-,. t) .,e i i-,.'i,,;,,. Ii I .if holiday and
TlIe fnseral was held Thursday at ici \| i-. rI. I' I., r I S;itiiia:t Siuniday.
o'cle-k., 'coindlucteld Iye ilitghi n e alini 11M.aly.
The interment Wvasn thell I'e- rt )oriili-e.
REMEDY FOR GRASS BUGS.

\ I 1 cemetery.. .
Toro Sale at a Barainl. il+r.'k;!' \'.i, ie.'' !'c,,l it." After
The ni of sw'.i ,f se' o, f Se. :i. "T^ \ '. t. i, -" ', .+ I, i i. wihalo"te o p,
18, South IRainge 33 E., containing 21i iriig;n i, .. ,.. .nd lI.iling water
acres, being about \ mile north of )Oak --li""" '' i i .I t il- 'we made
Hill station on F. E. 'C. Ity. The al.,ve aic d -l m' .i., ,cI I!, '." ih "' **rosme emula.
contains about 7 acres of the. lin..t it,. \ u i., ',.' ,.I *1 1,i 1 1 ue-ed the for.
eelerv lands in Florida. and is situate' ~ ns l:e I're'..c-f t h-.I'' I.la-partment of
within 27 yards of a drainage t.un;:l .i illCut.. \ .V.fi~ e.,t,,. I1. C.:
now in use. which would thoro.ighly K,.ro'i..s.'. I .2 ;i. 2\h ale oil soap %
drain the muck lands at all seasonss oIf I.. 1,\ %n;. Ii 1 -:Ill. n T[his is dissolved
the year. Title perfect. Price t b0. Iby ceiling in \x at.'. pouring into the
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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.


MASON Q WALL COMPANY


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.

119 North Beach Stret
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"I have made a most thorough
trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
am prepared to say that for all dis-
eases of the lungs it never disap-
points."
J. Early Finley, Ironton, 0.

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
won't curc rheumatism;
we never said it would.
It won't cure dyspepsia;
we never claimed it. But
it will cure coughs and
colds of all kinds. We
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying it
ever since.
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SGood Health TE ADVANTAGE O A


M FITSGERALD. PctaLKu sad ad= blod am is ram IU
li 1150 per Year in Advance. Mt Ruth nlawood was a very pretty i M,
SboiK .0ar the to na dol w. or would have been had she mst been
SI N Kotio 10e per Line Each Time. Fro, poor blood to Ipore blood is but croe eyed. She did not know that
Sastep, sad mpe Mood i lNmer to a the trouble could be corrected aad st-
-tth I FDaaoa.N of h11as. nIM Dr.
d at the Postofice at Daytona, 'S o t ian for feared the blight on her beauty with be-
Florida. as Second Clam Matter. both poor and mpre blood, for it is coming patience. She would some
S. both a builder a parier a food times use one eye, sometimes the
and a medicine. It is the beat combi- other.
Saturday. (Ot. 4,1902. tis of the kind kaw to Ieal Ruth had three suitors-Mr. San-
si-Dsa0dit@ income s Iml ders, a well to do merchant; Mr. At-
amCtury has led to Its mdu0emt Ib,
inlAThIC uUINEES thouo water, an attorney In good practice,
been nab to Sad a substtte. and George 'Carter. a young f ello'
--- with nothing II his pocket ands no
NATrONAL.* prospects. The first two were elderly
For United States Senator:a rte r and unattractive. Atwater was fa-
JTEPHEN R. MALLORY. vored by Ruth's father. Sanders by
For Cooges manStcond Distri't: D W ber mother and Carter by Ruth her.
ROBERT W. DAVIS. self.
"1 tell you. ma." said Mr. Inwood
STATI.I to his wife while he was shaving one
For Comptroller: | morning. "Ruth is going to take At-
A.C. CROOM. water. Did you notice last evening
For Serewtary of State: will Mmwme smalWt saveydis saltler that she paid attention to everything
LH. CLAY CRAWFORD. I*,i- '--ti t he said, scarcely glancing at Saa-
For Jatireeofmthe Suprenw C4uIIIrt: foomid" ,OSIL.W, ae a ders?"
SA. CcRFor.JtioftheaSupn ana Ve isgre atm mst "Pshaw. pn!" replied the lady. "Ruth
W. A. HOCKER. msWer. t mral wemkam e r the whoets
Sfur wahi a S eala s 3 tr ever, was using her left eye. That kept
For Railroad Commniuis,'i-: pRMR ia. her face turned toward Atwater. 8he
SR. H N R. t*he wla "a'lo fe oi the hoimafet was really looking at Sander"
JEFFERSON I. BROWN. t tIawoimwe hve raTvei: Then followed the usual wrang*
Dett. Nh.. Je ,m. 1O. 3.
- e0mm d.Dr.rWrsDan a Tomi.b whenever the parents got on this sub.
VO, LU6 A COUNTYI. wfea pmta ftsma --aseveessme eke m ject.
For State Senate.: eari tMteiSn -aSaS It so happened that Mr. Atwaterand
FRANK W. SAMS. auma adm gnr lmealtmwms ne.a Mr. "Sanders made up their minds to
As a Weed perib, Dr. armer'f Is mTom
For Repneentative": usWa a" Iamjsimlm lmst sons= settle the matter lietween them on
CHARLES L. SMITII. 'It I all I am tum i the saimte evening. and It so happened
THOMAS J. SPARKMA. A or 0tt 11etetDreiem iba y- gevi, that Ruth had thlt day received a
For County Treasutr: -IId -bs. -i.ti L long admenltlot, from her father as
J. J.XI NZANT. .-aea to the folly of letting slip so desirable
J.- J.INZANT. i,,0 --rat t m I MahI.iMas ) a suitor as his favorite and a similar
For County Tax Colkytor: avery ssttta e ar.a admonition from her mother as to the
D. PERKINS SMITH. t e Imat ErSS im 01"object of her own choice. The poor
ForCounty ALmBssw: Ir t.lahel. DeaLm'sesa girl was In a state of mind bordering
'EL B. WILSON. S hasmite--tseam Dr.asunmr on Insanity when the maid announeqa
,f> Pulbls inhsM rom'tiL'm: ifrMed SS l Mr. Sanders. Ruth went Into the par-
J. L. CHANDIhEIt 1 5 OIIml e U i m" lor intending to accept him and thus
L.E. CAUSEY ma .-,-- 'a ror. nD. t. w2 ,ies put an end to the matter. Sanders,
E. F. KNAPP'E d who was a plain business man. had
S ''or County Commi ioners: barely seated himself before he began
D. BROOKE A OVERFLOW his proposal with a statement of his
FRANK E. BONI)W. affairs. He was coming to the point
RAN E. O I- when Mr. Atwater stepped into the
W. H. McBRIDE Dr. E. L. Potter is expected to arrive room. Sanders, who suspected At-
T. L RODGERS to.lay. water's Intention, set his Jaws flmaly
T. J. MURRAY. and was going right on when he die.
Daytona grocery stores are still sup. covered that the young lady was look.
plied with delicious home grown pineap- Ing at his rival. Atwater, who had
1tia ta yamr ago ine William J. ples. caught the direction of Ruth's other
ym inttMdored a bill in Congreu to eye. supposed she was looking at Ban-
pl s trit made artk-les on the free 0. M. Brown and L. G. Carlisle, of ders. The latter stopped speaking.
L 11. was denounced ao a demagogue Barberville visited with D. F. Morrison and the former maintained silence.
Italimonme republican organs that are yesterday. "Ruth" sald Sanders presently. "If
N aimt the trusts andlpruie Rome-u you will give me your attention for a
g ag' against the n. Col. C. C. Post has leased the Colon- few moments longer I will leave yon
S seam. nades for a period of five years. We with Mr. Atwater."
did not learn the name of the leme. "I'm listening." said Ruth.
"As I was saying." Mr. Sanders
W Fidoth and Smith, the Levy county Rev. Frank Edwards will be here about went on. "there Is enough for com-
i seers, passed to eternity T.sday. the middle of the month and will hold a fort, nothing for display."
SThe8tat is to be commended for the week's meeting at the Baptist Church. Meanwhile Atwater had caught the
q jiklastice meted out for the horrible eye that was turned In his direction
Seim they committed. It is seliom that Hon. R. Hudson Burr, of Little River, and, supposing that Ruth was not at-
a* whit marn in Florida commits such a who, as we announced in our last issue, tending to his rival's words, began to
.eimn, wlh is all the more nramon that ha accepted the position on the Florida speak.
e sdoe he behouldswingfrom the Railroad Commimion, made vacant by un"Pardoerstood for intruhe maid that.
the osignation of Mr. H. E. Day, was a I underste alood from the maid that you
pamenger on Saturday's north bound "'Mr. Atwater," said Sanders sharp-
train, en route to Tallahasmee, to enter ly. "when I am speaking to Miss In-
The m hve been forced to admit upon his duties, wood It is an ungentlemanly act for
th thy are selling their l|rodhuctu to you to address her."
Ul uplolat lower prices than they sell Mrs. G.. Geamn and tree children "..hen Miss Inwood gives her atten-
tha-gagmeil to American consumers. of Eau allied were passengers on last tion to me, I feel warranted in ad-
IBerliisecomeeded. We may stick a Saturday northbound train, en route dressing her."
pA. Bftthsre. Now comes the explan- to St. Augustine. where they joined Capt. "Miss Inwood was looking at me."
ImL, excuse. Foreigners are given Gleason, and expect to make their home, I "I beg your pardon. She was look-
beovr pris it is said, "to offset trans- while the Captain is employed in cutting Ing at me."
p ti nd duty," "to met the canal from the MatanMas river to the "You are very"-
pe.'misebargss and duty," -to meet Ruth made a dash for the door,
h m mmadectaes," "rather than be Halifax rver.-Titsville Advoate rushed upstairs and locked herself in
amd out of the market." "to met for- ___ her room. The gentlemen left the
a prices." But when this is said the house together, but on reaching the
uwls that the prineh made lower RECPTiOn III HATEC door started off iu opposite directions.
S t pront is madeo tlmelower REDUCTION II RATES. People who have a physical defect
aIre very sensitive about It, and, al-
Sad this is the only material point. A special from Tallahassee, staten that though the men were not to blame tor
the Florida Railroad Commission has the blunder and unconscious of hurt-
Ing her feelings,.* Ruth never forgave
SSITEFAIR NOTES lst put in fo a reduction of 162-3 per either of them. A few weeks later
__ cent in freight rates on orange, lemans, each received a note Inviting him to
Arunagemeute are being made for an pineapples and vegetables moving over evening and 'he would receive every
S...nmb race, as it is exipe ted that the Florida East Coast Railway. This attention, with a decided reply to any-
wesbalofthesemachineewillheexhibited. railway traverses the most important thing he might choose to say. When
elair will be "some pumpkins" any- fruit and vegetable section in the State, they arrived, Mr. Atwater was I invited
to take a seat on the right of a por-
w oeoe specimen weighing 42 and reliable estimates place the savingto tiere. Mr. Sanders on the left .
P e hes already been entered. Who the shippers by the reduction just made "since you arrived first on that
wilain t it. annummemorable evening, Mr. Sanders,"
at Ala w,0i e per annumir l said Ruth, "I will give you an oppor- s
towacounty willk behave Stea fair all of It is given out that this action of the tunlty to finish what you were saying h
amd the eed the pick of its exhibit to Railrad Commission is but the first when Mr. Atwater came in."
^tbea *min the pifck ol' its l ii C I UMr. Sanders, scowling at hia rival
lshe Oly. Other counties might well step toward a reduction in freight rates boldly asked her to be his wife.
heewthiemaa iple. on fruit and vegetables onall the railway "Now, Mr. Atwater, I shall be


T Jaea. A. Abrams music house of lines in the South. pleased to hear what you were Intend-
aIvIofrs a special prise of $25t _____ tig to say."
Mr. Atwater, without mincing mat-
et bo pakeof ragtime pi:ino music. ters,. also scowling at his rival, made *
cmb"tto takeplaceat the pianoexhibit a similar proposition.
44i6 0o0n at the fair, and will be con- "Gentlemen." said Ruth, "when you
imd to die of Florida. were addressing me before a deformi-
2Tc Colored people of Florida are /ty which came to me at my birth Y
led people of Frida are caused a scene which was Inexpressi- it
+O gligenthusiastically for a colored bly painful to me. When I was look-
dplatal t at the fair. A pimial tu-nt Ing at Mr. Sanders, Mr. Atwater sup-
wV he provided for their exhiits. and posed I was looking at him, and vice
tihleadiagcoloied men and women of versa. I have heard a proposition
the Stat are taking considerable pride from each of you which is the highest i
in 1a this with evidences of the in- compliment a man can pay a woman, g
4dst0y of their ra.ce. and I assure you I am sensible of the
honor you have done me. I will now
AM the railroads entering lake City give you a reply by looking with both i
E we special excursion trains on cer- eyes at the man I intend to marry." w
6Ala days during the 'Mir at greatly As she spoke the last word the por-
alsaead rates. tiere was drawn aside and the lady
,. ,.~ -turned her undivided gaze on the b
A lami herd of cattkle from Tennessee r f~ Mlt U~Mth, figure of George Carter. ha
ba been entered, and the best '!airy an-- m is l Miss Inwood after the painful epi-
habsh i the south will be exhibited. You "'Ater my ibeby was bus IdMaet sode of a few weeks before had been k
wM me a modern dairy in actual opera- m mto rd my a-- aM l>th to an oculist and had her eyes straight- fo
t1ie, and have a chance toeat butter les ds ctr gave us a ms whkI h cas- ened. George Carter had made his
thaaea hour afttr the milLk .vn from eus'ls w ut is M f proposal after the operation and, feel-
thfew.w' oia l S e Iy.n lng sure that he held her atteton, in
theCOrW.a anit Mpleaded his cause with excellent f- g
FrMay, November 14. wi'l be "School ra. Me *sthId m ks w id ai afr I feet. His suit was received with fa- g
CkblldMB's Day." It ishopwd aill chto ls 66 1 1111 S -n 1, and bkomdk vor by the lady's parents from the -
wi clae onn that day. hools in haw I w l w fact that a grandmother had recently g
S- -A l be admitted at m a meat I was a i to ke died and left him a fortune. d
S iiditted at merely p my eids M I very eiatil. HELEN C. STARKWEATHER.
amlinal rates. Don't forget the gold atk in is pia."
nmlmeatestsfor Florida .boys and girl WineodOardaireimforcesmtheorgans Josepeh Westhafer. of Logootee. Ind..
I bde d ed on that day. of generation for the ordeal e of preg- is a poor man, but he sa he wouli not i
2 rseewillbhethebest ever nancyandcIicldbirth. Itpreventsnas- b without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if
Secol heing herri ow Wie it t f dollars bottle, for it saved
11M1t".R Becord breaking horoetfron; of CuaiduMiW fear the coming of her ilim from being a a cripple. No external
L s b i the county wil ome ild. I Mrs. Unath take ap location is equalto this linaSent for
Wine of Cardi bor e he wy ee sti8 and swollen joints. contracted mup-
h laorStadbe and Georgia that m wM ot Ihave been weImeOl as eles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic
hlmoeetoFluoridal Rememberatht sswas. Her rapid re1ovey so0uld4 and muscular pains. It has also cund
eWeM's ecord on half-mile track was commad th great remedy to every numerous cases of partial paralysis. It gL
bb Ow. Fnir last vyer. expecant. mtr ii. Wise dCardni is forsale,,h-all dnim a,,


ft a m a T i a ew.wff


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Donlt uM mp for your c sening.


OILD DUST

Is more convenient, cheaper and better than Soap
at any price. It softens hard water, lessens labor
and injures not .

Mada ly by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
ae. lbw Yak. hum SLt ui-M' dr of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.


TIDE TABLE.
Week beginning Sept. 27, 1902


mou rTID.
a. m.
Sunday ........... 9:32
Monday 10:12
Tuesday...........................10:56
Wednesday.......................1:42
Thursday.........................12:07
Friday ...... 1.00
Saturday....... 1:.'56
LOW TIDR.


Sunday ..........
Monday .................
Tuesday ............................
W ednem day........................
Thursday.........................
Friday...............................
Saturday...........................


3:17
8:.'5
4:35
5:17
(6:(I6
7:02
N:01


p. nr'
9:5-4
10:3.-
11:20

12:32
1:26
2:21

:i :.'5t
4:31
5:15
6:01
6:51
7:4.-P
8:39:


A UKTAIN ClvRE RO DYSHENTITRY AND
DIARMOKA.
"Some years ago I was one of a party
that intended making loug bicycle trip,"
says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Brad-
loid County, Pa. "I wastaken suddenly
with diarrhoes, and was about to give
up the trip, when editor Ward of the
Laceyville Meeenger, suggested that I
take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic,
Choleras ad Diarrhoea Remedy. I pur-
chased a bottle and took two dosen, one
before starting and one on the route. I
made the trip sucmesfully and never felt
any ill effect. Again last sumiier I was
almost completely run down with an
attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle
of this same remedy and this time one
dose cured me." Sold by all druggists.

Don't make a practice of borrowing.
It is only a second class style of beegging
in many instances

ImEVOI'UKD HV WORMS.
Children often cry. not from pain.lunt
from hunger, although fed abundantly
The entiretrouble arises from inanition.
their food is not assimilated, but devouredl
by wormnis. A few doms of White's
Cream Vernmifugewillcaunethemn to cease
crying and begin to thrive at once'. v-er
nimich to tkhe- surplrine and joy of the
mother. 2c-w at J. M. Jones.

Sonme of our sportsman might kill more
game if they would load their guns in
stead of themselves.

The Best Prescriptamse r Maslris
Chill and Fever is a bottles of iGovFI's
rAMTKLE5 CHILm. Toxic. It is imiplyv
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents.


Sometimes you mee a woman whose
word does not have an much weight as
her biscuits.




t 9ia iss ow us of g o Be
Laative IN-=lae
he srmeyt am eas oM mn -m wd

When you turn over a new leaf be sure
you have something sensible to write oni
ts page.

Never trust before you try.
Elopement marriages are as frequent
n Kentucky as negro lymchings in Geeor-
ia
A girl in as liable to mow her affections
n bad soil as a young man is to sow his
'ild oats.
Don't marry for money, but for love,
ut try your best to love some one who
as money.
A woman can kiss a woman and not
nock her hat off but it is a hard thing
or a man to do.
There willevidently be several weddings
This town soon. Let the good work
,o on. It makes business for the dry
sods merchant, clothiers. milliners.
rocers, furniture, dealers, lawyers.
octore and undertakers.

*Lest We *bs er*erttes..,
"Lest we be forgotten" la an excel-
int motto for men in trade. It sug-
esta the duty of persistemee In adver-
sng. The memory of the pubUe is
ery abshortL-Printers' Ink.

sT UMist.
Miss Mark-Does she patrese bar.
tin sales?


A GREAT RAILWAY


Their ('lhii'cago, Milwainkei & St. Pauli
Railway owns and ol rates over l;.4;IN)
miles of thoroughly eqnlliiip *d roadl inl
Illinois, Wim'c-oIsin. Io\awI. Minesotta.
South Dakota, North lDalotzt. Missouri.
and tle l' pl. r l'eniinisula of c Michigai.
It owns atnl |pleraIte't .:11 ,'e<|ipniuwnint in
service oil its lhi's. in.lhid1inig Sle-eping
Cars. Parlor ra i tmaintaiingiii an e'X'i-
lenuv of serive-ie uneiuledoil ciIanyi' railw aiy
in the worlhl.
It hnas tlee la 'ioion.ver in the Northlwest
and went in the. nut' iof the lilch-k syvstem'i
in thi-e il.'prattiom of its trains. in tihe
lightingof trains bly ..kc.tricity. l.atti, ig
by st ttiiin lild laInlly otl .-r Ilrogr'essive'
mlethils.% wii-li hi;iv, ;a.llh-d ;safetftv. copiIIn-
fort andhl hiirn IV t travel. It is Al\vwa..
the leader in tlhati din-tti ln.
The Pionier laimnit."l IT'r.iins let we.ii
Cha-tag. St. l'iatl iand.l Miinae',i|lis hav
the <-e>.-tlivst aciud hail-,,ilmes.t Sle*.p-
ing (Carl'. i the wirhl ailal tih' I-..-t Jdiingi
Car service,
Time tatiles, ainis. andl information
furnish'ii, d ti al 11lii-ationti t F. .. Mile.r
(Ten. 'Pass Ag.itm. Idl Colo4ivy liillilng.
('hii'ag, ,.


St"p the Cough and Works off the Cold
Laxilt ii..' rolml ei & iiclme'j. vi'~ lire' .m
ccldiic lie' iv a Ne i 'e'N.' l'i 'Y. 2

V itli'atIw alI vei Il t~ragn c 1t' et l ee Iir.


iii r,'gir.'t.lii i I c.c~ i't 4)1 A iet c e

)1'u 11m Se'jeit I 1 I 0)2 t (ie ), -1 f, r. I I 1. ill 12.
at tim'heellp~mr eel4 -N If, 12 :e ci.m., and I t. e17




C Iv, w i t.el,1,uv l it atjci41thfi, ''.4

('ithi V litw s lpa I ci e~ mhei -es
t ried el 1111% l q c le ,I i- S.\% 16,0ic d vivm~ ie:t: le-ee41i
thy I geill h 1 IIc e4lc1114i IPle l' t i
e4 iii-,*1 lice'. I situl e114m t;ilw-1i ll,., e4 A ceim1 Ilif-

? It i' S l c 1.' r,-ib il l4 1,.-1ice 4 ill \iec


tramc'k hei-,r', i -. m ic cl;t ooi i --,' fc tc ly
gaili i i, -if


li ut'. i i- I rl il. ll- I> .
W. \V. L.nIi "P l', t i f r thl-< ri.iltal
lhote.l. 1' h ul 1nt,.. n'; I'.. : -s: "'I kn>\\w
w li.t it \\is teo ,.iff,-r vith l iii.iuatlgi;.
dte I dilI. a Il I ,t a I. tti. ,,e f II.alL- rI .s
Siil,\ Liliiliicii tiand I \\f .A 'r'i.se-ld fIrol'
thel ttia l." I tri,.l I e t .oin Ilal orl.-
lut ic.fll'e I .l ihad l..; -' I l lliy le011h.i
1 w1 as truth to. o.' ..-, : tIN l ..' ll l ;tt ... M .
Joile.'.


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 symptoms you
certainly have a weak heart,
and should immediately take
M'-s Heart Cure
Mr. F. H. Oaks of Jamestown, N. Y,
whose genial face appears above, lays:
"Eaceive use o tobacco seriously
acted my heart. I suffered severe


;1B WA2= USA


FURN1TUHK aooMI-OH t-fM
double furnlaisd room
rent. Inquire of Mra. J. A. DOW9et
WOOD WANTED-T-*m Gsaetie-O de-
stres several colrd at o d gemM seeS
subscription. Bring It loatg.
PRINTINIO PRNS-ThoBme e9te-wews
has two large sise prtinttag presses, wch
will be sold very eheap.

Your Tongue
If it'S costed, your stomach
is bad, your liver is ot of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys-
pepuia, make your liver right.
Easy to takc, easy to operate.
2Sc. Alldruggists.


brown or vh lelcick? Tbs.Om
hUcIhGAU'S DYE WZ'II'


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


Physician and Surgeon.
Office nmrl reidene 127 Ridgpwood
avenue, opposite Ridgiwood Hotel.
Telephone No. 85. 8-3'

JOHN B. PARKINSON,
Attorney-at- Law,
Collections Given Prompt Attention.
Office with Bingham & Thompson.
I.t\F L-k- a oI nA-


IAlIYTonA, r LlU5..

BERT FISH,
Attorney-at-Law.
Prompt attention given to all business.
Stfieii in the County Building.
I)al,AND. FLORIDA.


IDC-ytona Electrical Co
J. C. PEWTEH ER, MAIMORR.

Ei.EC~rt-i('Al, ('NTRA'ToR'4.


Je~ UK


Steam ansd Hot Water.
Estimates Furnmihed. Work
P. Box 385
Office at European Hotel. Shop h
DAYTONA. FLomDA.


Daytona Ice (
WM. Wcw.ro, Manager.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water


Factory OlWU frnom 7 to 12 Sdndear


'Phone 48


Voluaes Aveom am Sab Raflued4


S. H.Gove,
AWHITnci, BruianaR AND CoNTaCMes
Reidlenc* and ofsl-e, northeat
Rielgewood and Volumii avenue.
'Phone *it. Daytona, lora


Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
Rates $2.04) per Day and Upwardb;
Special to Regular Boarders.
NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA..


W\iriing for Ele trie' Lights a Sleialty SyI


p.i Full supply of all kinds of electrical
aIppliain-s anlld supplies' always on hanl.


Sl'ial aittenltion to marine' il\ aork.

Seminio.le Building, DIaytona. Fla.


J. D. Carmkhael
Before you have your plumbing dose.
lie can tve you 15 l.r cent. All work
ga~rantl. llwRar of City Hotel. 84-.,





| Comipany


$64.70


California Return

Via L. Q1 N. R. R.
First-cls,..s round trip tickets from
.Jah-cksoinvil'l oln sale August 1 to$ 9. ('or-
rn'sanlilng rate's from o their eo)ints.
Tikets geooel going one way and re-
turninig iinoth'r. IFavorable stoj)-over
arrai'gmmmniiitts. Final limit Sept. :0).


Connections with DeLand. Holly
Hill, Orniond and Moundgrove.


hIto ND TR''IP RiATlES rio SEVERAL
INt I 'I'M S U ES'i' & NO RTlHW ES''.


Im


For full infi orlmiotion address.
.1. I. M. F i .MI .. .
Florila I'assengr A.ent, 1'. & N. R.R,.
.u'-k4 birville. Fla.


Losley Q


Titu


Fl,,t l.lln.'h4
O( )Y te'"r ste-%%


WHEN COMPANY DROPS IN
do nomt be at a loss for something dainty
for their refreAhment. Send to the


tS 4 (iRA.MLINt RAKERY
for sone1U1' of their delicious bread. i'ake or
POOL .s s lV
Fc .. ^ t\ f-y.h supiely is pro. lu.'-del 'a' h day,
& RT T T ARD a"m" lie,.'aech article is light, crisp. whoe-
&RO -L <,. \, in.44IlW li,.,.
PU -Wii '..y %ill pel..Is<.etile'i..rme.st ;1il rrflea t


es s-'rve'd at all hliourm.
.sa., S-ieialt. Gram ling Bakery


Call and See


thile niew line of


N. ERICKSON





Cabinet Make

Wood Worke


pr and


l..oI l .mi, \I iln.I,\. S.ce'ti. PlictUr
"M ,iillin.s iiiile to oril.r \11 kinds of
)F'iii'it u iRe- pailrlliiigloei i n li rt notik
ait ir ,'-, )lile plicems.


Wire Grass Goods, ,- 'tt1 .,,.. In ...... i ,

Halifax Music House,

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Vaytoia, loida


Rugs and Art Squares



r *irrr "l v Ii ,*, toek tole, jrt


Fine Pianos.......... $160)

I ligh C(rradI........250


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IMETT --HOUE -.-
A~im, OWN Iptu-


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*NW-l AOSme onebums g A~ -'-' -
3smrnbh~ 0 d


THE DILINGHA


New House.
Strictly First Class.


Oe block hon the depot.


Will be open the year 'round.


Bati 12.00 and up.


THE PALMS
T popular aad bome-like boarding ou is beautHlly situated
B tetbbetingtai Haie ax River. The rooms a relarge and
the table board is eesxcent The house is but three blocks
from the poetoce and convenient to all the
chabures, and is but oe mile from the beach.


Rates Reasonable.


J. McCOLLUM, Proprietor.
.ssm::mlm......*,see-68".,


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THE SEASIDE INN
Opposite Keattig's New Casino and Pier,
Old Sabese, (Daytona) Florida.


ThIe haadome new modern hotel sitated on the flmst Surf Bathing
eh is Florida is now open for the Winter Season of 1902-3. Large
iry roem. Diming room overlooking the oean. Fine mCaino and arvime.
Terms Moderate.

H. F. STEWART, Proprietor.


/oo1


) We arc prepared todeli-
ver on short notice any
kind of dry Wood. Our
price is right. Drop a
EARLS & COLEE. f~^?a Avel


; ol and we will call.
! -


Saoresat Lake Oity sad Jacksonville
The Big Beach Street Fruit Store
Has an exceptionally ine line of all kindhi of
el rade a special. PERUITS.
Hotw trade a speialty. PETER CAR ELLAH, Manager.


The Old Reliable


Rollins College

Winter Park, Fla.
Foemded 1M35, baring special Florida charter. Opens (kt4)lmr Ist.
S lThe South Florida College. located on a ligh pine ridge- among g
, the spring-led lakes of Orange County. Absolutely no malaria.


College,
Music School,
Business School.


Preparatory School,
Art School,
School of Elocution.


M-It-equipmsnt. Beautal location. Best board. Expei e lhow. A room
S Irevery stunAt. Thorough modern instruction. Ikwt influence.
Catalogue on application.
REV. GBO. M. WARD, D. D., President



A STRONG CONTRAST
There's a big contrast between the light
you are perhaps "getting along with" and
the light you would have if you used
ELECTRICITY! O


Our business is to wire the house.


Our


electricians are competent workman and
you can rest assured that it will be done
right. Let us talk it over with you. 5


DAYTONA ELECTRICAL CO.
J. C. Pettepher, Proprietor

mamm --mm
i wum abve seeh great loarm of In speaking of old fashioned things,
p tat worrying ovit approach what has become of the old fashioned
to m grow old pnterely. child that minded it. mother.


IN t with the yrpt of
I-e-i there t hoeis
1 but sui, quick pblse, hoamussim
-i Mkation. Give f-q-unt
4 6of imamd's (the cld will
Stand at the aat siof
s*Elm the throat,
h. Joen.

oie sne like *nam-they am
i MiMe beease it is to much
cahihemdowmaad klthem.

a isi the mroutha am
awd [Avw TahlOW


Ves Kee What V Am Takiag
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because tle formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tasteless
Ion. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.

In place of spending a lifetime hoping
for the best you should '"get a move on
and go to hustling for it.

To CMAe a CM Is me Day.
Take Lazative Bromo Quinine Tablets-
A" drinsts refund the money if it fails
to cm. R. W. Grove' mi inature on


TOLD NEAR
MONT PELEE


A few year ago I visited Marti
,Elqu. Moat Polse was then eComN
med an extinct volcano and of no mn
ia et except as an object of Inter
for angers to climb Its usam am
look Into Its crater. St. Pierre was
leepy town, whose Inhabitants, eane
vated by the climate, spent most of tb
time chatting about la belle'Frase
and wishing for the means with whidl
to visit Paris. I went Into a little res
tanrant one evening to get a dinner
nd, having dined. lighted a cigar am
nat smoking till 1 should finish the hot
tie of light wine before me. A man
sat at a table near by eying my bottle
longingly. I had drunk all of It I
wanted and was glad of an opportune
ty to favor some one with the remain
der. I Invited the man to my table
and bade him help himself. He did a
and wlJle sipping the wine told me in
broken English the following story:
"Thees house always solemn house to
me. Why? I come here often some
time ago. I know the people what live
here before thees house was restau
rant. Perry fine house then. M. Bour
dolon dine here with his daughter
Mile. Bourdolon. He rich man-nol
richest man here, but rich. His daugh
ter fine girl. She step ferry light. like
spirited horse. M'sialeur Bourdolon
want Lucille to marry rich man lik
himself. Lucille want marry ferrJ
fine poor man. Thees mak' big fight
between father and daughter. M. Bour.
dolon tell Jean le Fevre. the fine poor
young man. that If he come near thees
house he shoot his head off.
"One day rich sugar man come to
M. Bourdolon and say, 'M. Bourdolon,
I like to marry your daughter.' M.
Bourdolon say, 'M. Vignon, how much
you worth? 'Five hundred thousand
, francs.' That ferry much money In
them days: M. Bourdolon himself not
worth that much. So he say: *M. VI-
gnon, you go ask my daughter. You be
careful. Lucille ferry good girl, but
ferry spirited girl. She want lots of
coaxing.*
"M. Vignon dress himself ferry fine,
with boutonniere and wax mus-
tache. and put on lots perfume so he
smell like flower garden. Then he
come to. thees house and come In
thees room. which was parlor. Up-
stairs I'ap Bourdolon argufy with his
daughter to persuade her to go down
and leestin to M. Vignon. Lucille fer-
ry quiet; don't answer notting. Her
pa say: 'Good girl. nice girl. You do
what your paili wish.' Lucille go
. downstairs, come iito thels parlor and
shut the door.
"M. tBourdolon don't stay long here,
7 and nex' day he go see 'Papa Bour-
dolon and say, *M'sleur, I think I not
get married Just now.' 'What you
* mean?' say Palma Bourdolon, ferry
hot. 'I t'Ink I like to live bachelor
some time longer.' 'You t'ink my
daughter not mak' you happy? My
daughter ferry good girl, ferry olbedi-
ent girl She go down last night to
accept your offer like little lamb.'
'Your daughter, mi'slur, ferry fine
girL I not speak disr sp.-ctful of your
daughter, but I t'ink I don't want
marry Just now.' 'If you insult my
daughter, you Insult ime. We go out
tomorrow morning on the side of Mont
Pelee with rapiers, and you gif me
satisfaction.' M'sieur. I no insult you
or your daughter. Mademoiselle too
good for man like me. Mademoiselle
should marry great warrior, great gen-
eral. She might' fine lady. When she
come In parlor last night, I say:
"Mademoiselle, by permission of your
father I come to express for you
adorable sentiments. I haf long ad-
mired you, mademoiselle, you so beau-
tiful, so gentle, so good. I would like
tak' you on my bosom like little pet
lamb. I offer you my heart, my hand
and my loor fortune, all of which are
not good enough for so divine"- I got
no further. Your daughter fine girl,
beautiful girl, brave girl. She deserve
a general for a husband. What you
t'ink she do? Shie not speck; she not
look at me. Her eyes all time on the
floor. Sudden she tak' long knife from
the folds of her dress and throw It at
me so hard that when I dodge so it
can't stab me it strike on window
casing and stand there, buried an inch
in the wood. By Gar, she might' fine
girl. Mile. Bourdolon!'
"If you no t'Ink I tell truth, If you
no t'Ink thees ferry fine young lady do
what I say, look up there (pointing to
the window casing), and you see place
where the knife stuck In the wood."
I raised my eyes, and there, sure
enough, was a deep cut.
"Nex' day M. Bourdolon shut up
mademoiselle In thees house.
"I not come here till the great earth-
quake, ten years ago Eferybody
frightened to death. I run by here.


and Mile. Bourdolon stick her head
out of window and call to me to go get
priest 'Somebody dier I ask. 'Go get
priest.' I run and meet priest 'Fa-
ther,' I say. 'come quick to give abso-
lution.' I bring priest in here in thees
ferry room. M. Bourdolon not here.
He gone to look after his property.
Nobody here but Mile. Lucille; no, one
more-Jean le Fevre. That priest had
to marry them two. Just when he fin-
ish there was terrible rumble of the
earthquake, and mademoiselle say,
'That the kind of salute for a bride.'
Then she show Jean the cut and laugh
and say: 'I pretend to be crazy mad.
I could have bit him If I had chosen.
1 missed him on purpose.'"
I thanked the old man for his story
and then, ordering another bottle of
wine and setting it before him. paid
my bill and strolled forth Into the
street I have always since been In-
terested In the old house, which must
have been recently buried under the
second eruption of Mont Pelee.
F. A. MITCHEL.
A COMMIUNIATION.
Mr. i.ditor:-Allow nnm to speak a f4-%
words in favor of ('hamintkrlain'r Cough
Remtnedy. I suffered for tlhre years with
the lironchitis and coulil not sleep iat
nig!its. I tried several doctors aind
various patent medicine lbut could get
not ling to give mei any relief until mly
wife got a Ioittleof thlis valuahkle nedi-
ritl', whi'h has comp'tetly relieved ime.
_-W. S. IBrrkmnan, Itagnuell, Mo. This
.^.B.^.1.. i.- f ir ..L. hi- nil o lrnal ,iutia


MALARIL4%
WEAKNE-
aus stw fnwa mod lwmama
SA to*bv aft owm mob s now
rM be mm ks. A= Ne~; 4D Eaft Us
~ mi Ara a fte hi h r & d a bee
~~~ VMS Is -m "si-s Goo ti...Usw ud s g
emstam" bis


o"bdlpdosa1 bmw is umbn 0 1a1 hdb.
in dol bb"imu d p-o-do m do sbod
I ba sad b" maph as anD&omimm
Cumpiwebumus for a amp% 31&

L D~WVMMFG. CO.
M~W 10RK.
AND OREPE AZ


W. F. Gilk, Jr., & Co.


MTI JNERY and DRESSMAKING

We have opened our new store andl are now renay for your
trade. A new line of hlandomei sofa pillows have just weef rvceivedm
-and they are' liutih-s. Wimt shirt waists we- have are' tinf
cl*ted out at very low figu i-s.
Onur first fall millinery oplw.nii: \\ ill take pla e ulosot a weik
from next Tuesday. nex annoIIn'lrlaiit :e.xt wt'k.
We have engai~gl Mrs. Higunig-rford. an expm-rt d(resmaker of
Chk'ago, to preside over this dlpa;irtlime-t. ('Cll id get prit.,es on
any kind of dressmaking and garic.nt work.


MRS. J. A. DOUGLASS


North leach Street.


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ALL MODERN COW@INY2M3CsS. c aSWUML
H a*s, cA04per t Pavoprwf toUr -lbl

LUPHOLSTERER and
H. V. ACEY MANUFAClru of HIGH GMRADM7.
Moss and Fiber Mattsses.
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves. .
Your Old Furniture Made asM Goe
RPeawh St. and Belleview Ave. ULsytnml


We are about to olwn a Coal Tars,
and expect the first carload about
Nov. 13th. Our pri-e will be right.
M. M. GOD()WIN,
ST.eIvphnme. Number


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.

Moulding Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Inside
\/oko 'l 'i Ianrdolu~o ard. n- ,
Work =A Wood Yarcix .yiit .

4-19)


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIlACY.
NorKT BEACH STREET
Has a Select Stock of......
D)RIUIS FOR PRESCRIP'TIONS, PATENT MI':K)IINE.. ItRUHES,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAP".
Perfumery and Fancy Toiict Articles.


I


*********o ."*'**I******
%F Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
TRY OUR PINE TA.t Co )ilI Il. IS.1M-23 etents a bottle.
**oach *tset. % P W DAYTONA, rLORI DA 0



BOND & BOND CO.,
(I. N I 'I l lI \Tll
--MAN FAUCTri URI;. I:- OF-

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yprds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager


HALIFAX WAGON M ORKS
11. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor


FINE WAGONS


CARRIAGES.


an I i i;i kici
Horsl H1'dc 1191W.


Near lMo nd Laiucmeor Yar-c


li it;\ t lll; i'i;m.


BUNNELL'S


Saw and Planing Mills


ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE




LUMBER

(fKT IX TVTD CJDI M1' KTf'TfI'V


I)R. .1. M. JONESi, proprietor, can ie comnulted prof'-mniially during bus% -
hours; office hours Sundays., DIN) to 1::;l0 : in1.; 2:30 to 4:'0 p. m.

Trowell's Expres a Baggage Line *
R. F. TROWELL, Proprie.tor.
Ofti,- in tliw lp-to-l)ate Barber iShop. Telephone 93
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.




Fresh l1eats. -

We now carry a full stock of fresh
meats, in connection with Groceries.

TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET
: PICKLES.



P.F.MORRISON

Longer Old Stand.

S'Phone 19.
0 Corner BecllStre.t anad 8econd.Avenue. 2



Spencer B. Green

Sanitary Plumbing
Steam and Hot .Sad


Water Heating. vs


Agent for the Ericsson !

Engine. oth Ridgewoad



NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
*'lhuin -. lV.
Magtif ,li Ave and F.. E C. I(. y. (\V.-,i t pi',-tl...
DAYTONA. FLORIYDA.


" IS MITf" The Nation's
SANMATE BestCigar.
It's all Florida.
Whliy Iiy inimlorteld igars. made fromin -wavy tropial t11;ia', .... I,. i d iti opium
t.iinl oIt -r drugs, when you 'ant hav' t(he- t ui i i .i I,; if ;I t "i tiiv,>re.u t mjro-.'"


C. --


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COAL


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


E. M. H. DILUNGHAM. Proprietors.


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MSE 0AM 1HIPLOO
**&Savannah Une."
'M e 3Zt A]rN.LXUIOUR8 PAUmM O Tho

Ne* York. Boston and the Easi


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

THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York. making ch~1e w onn (c ions with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Liss. All ticket agents air suipliel with monthly failing ahedules. Write for
general information. %ailing m.ehedll .s. stateroom re-rvations, or eall on


WALTER HAWKINS. (General A..-nt. 224 West BaySt.. Jacksonvilkl. Fla.
P. E. LEFEV RE. Manage. E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P A.
New Sir :t.> NEE (li River. New York. N. Y. t3-15-02
J. W. WIL.KIN\IN. Agent. Daytona, Fla.


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Rebsmoaend W tashinton Baltioreo
Phi adelphia notona Atlant
AMovMello Chattanooga Loetvllott
CliaelMatU St. Lo Mi Kansas City
strofit Clglland Ptttsburg
SChicage, t. -





SSHJTULIN RAILWAY

MUOTE F THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
The Soutlhern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Rl h'uiond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Ezprem


The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M M jNORM AM3 WE.

Putlan Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincianati, via
Aerville, through "The Land of the Sky. "
ThMugh trains via The Southern Railway are operated Is
-l-rtisu with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars o all through

A r 0 Tk ..ftva ft Railway. Cerr espeMs-ode eiseltW

IL P. CARY, Ph. PPm. Ag., 106 w. Bay St., Ja&naviEk.


Y~hgms.D. C.


V. H. TAYLOE,


Aw't Gm'l Pam AgmI,
Adim ,G16


al1mka EW ?COW ?Op FLORIDA
aS PARADISE RICAINED."


' IMW EAUT MW RAILWAY,


LSIAL TME CARD No. 42.
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That night a muffled figure appeared
before the little Jail In Rue St. Jacques
and presented an order for Mme. and
Louise Duriac. Throwing a mantle
over each to conceal her features and
especially her attire of a gentlewoman,
he led them through some of the nar-
rowest streets in Paris. Stopping sud-
denly beside a carriage and opening
the door, he bade them enter. Not
doubting for a moment that they were
going to the guillotine, they obeyed,
and their conductor mounted the box
beside the coachman, and they were
driven beyond the barrier. Stopping 1
now and again for fresh horses, they
traveled until at last they heard the
plashlnug of waves. Then they were
directed to alight and were put into a 1


boat.
"Take this letter to Count Durlac,
madame," said their conductor, "and
tell him that the man who gave It to
you may soon be executed as a traitor
to France."
The prisoners were rowed to an Eng-
lish vessel standing off the coast and in
an hour were sailing for England.
Once on board Mme. Duriac opened
the letter to her husband and read:
Count-Eighteen years ago a fiend ahot
my daughter, and a noble saved her for
me. I have sent the fiend to the guUIo-
tine. and I send the noble two liUves tar
the one he cave me.
MABY BLAKE CRANDALL.
WATKIt rit It FOR HR ()N.C ('O.NMPATIoN.
Take two upl of hot water half an
hour Ibfore each meal and just before
going to bed, also a drink of water, hot
or cold, alout two hours after each
meal. Take Iota of outdoor exercise-


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j A. party St obleae were amuMag
tMamss shooting near uDig
Frtame. After a shot by the Marias
ot Tours, aimed at somettg seem Ia-
distinctly In a thicket, a human er
was heard. The party rushed to the
point whence it proceeded and found a
young girl of sixteen lying on the
ground bleeding from a bullet wo10 l
In her side. From the opposite direc-
tiou a man came hurrying. and when
be saw what had happened he took the
girl up in his arms and. shaking his
tlat at the huntsmen. cursed them tfor
what had been done.
"Is It thus that you overrun our
peaceful lelda you nobles who never
toil. but feed on what we common peo-
ple produce? And, not content with
wasting the fruits of our toil, you
ruthlessly hoot our children without
taking the trouble to discover that
they are not birds. Wait. messleurst
The day will come when we will crush
you under our heels!"
"It was an accident." replied the
marquis. "Here; take this," throwing
him a golden louis. "Were it not for
your threats I would make it ten times
as much. Come, messieurs. Let us go
on."
The party proceeded on their way.
but had not gone a dozen yards before
the coin was sent spinning past the ear
of the marquis. One gentleman, a
young fellow of twenty, remained be.
hind. Kneeling beside the girl, he
stanched the blood with his cambric
handkerchief, then said to her father:
"Let us carry her to her home. I am
a student In the Paris School of Medl-
cine. I will see what I can do for her."
Henri Duriac did not leave the home
of Antoine Garnier until the daugh-
ter, Lzette, was out of danger. In-
deed, he alone saved her life. The
country doctors of that day knew noth-
ing of surgery and could not have car-
ried safely through such a dangerous
caws. Three weeks had elapsed when
the young doctor said to Garmier:
"The crisis has passed. Any physi-
cian can now attend to the dressing of
the wound."
"Doctor," replied the father. "why
have you taken this trouble? You are
a noble."
"Yes, but I am a man."
"You have given me the life of my
daughter. Some day I may repay you."
"I do not need money, and I trust
that I may never need your assist-
ance," replied the young surgeon.
Eighteen years later came the reign
of terror. Henri Durlac, now Count
Durlae, was about to be arrested, but
succeeded in escaping across the bor-
der. This was in the beginning, before
the revolutionists had become so
drunken with blood that they sacri-
ficed women and children. Count Du-
risc had been married, and his wife
and her daughter, Louise, were about
to follow him when they received a
warning not to attempt to do so.
Mme. Durlac, though beloved by all
the province in which she lived, was
at last arrested and with her daughter
taken to the conciergerle in Paris.
One day they were led out to be
tried. For what? For being of noble
birth. A man sat behind a rude table.
ready to act as Judge and Jury to send
prisoners to the guillotine. Mme. Du-
risec and Louise sat waiting their turn,
watching the people who were pro-
nounced "traitors to "rance" marched
away to die. A portly man, who
showed by his dress and bearing that
he was an aristocrat, stood before this
self constituted tribunal.
"Your name?" asked the Judge.
"I am the Marquis of Tours."
The Judge flushed.
"Do you remember, marquis, hunting
for birds and shooting a maiden?"
The marquis paled, but said nothing.
*"Traitor to France!" said the Judge.
"Take him away!"
In half an hour the marquis' head
rolled into the basket
"Next!"
"These," said a gendarme, "are the
Countess Duriac and her daughter."
The Judge started. "Madame," he
said, "you are accused of being a
traitor to France. What is your de-
fense?"
"I make no defense. Defense would
Ie useless."
"ll'in!" said the Judge. "Take these
women to the little Jail in Rue St.
Jacques and bring them here tomor-
row for sentence. The executioner is
too busy today to attend to them."


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The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C. nneitioans:
TO THE E 4 Q l The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston. Richmond
ELJ4I4- and Washington.

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W e TE The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.

Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE ast New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E ast Via Savannah and Merchanto and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havanavia Peninsular and Occidental Steanmship Company.
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Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestowin.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 80, to the principal resorts throughout tlw country.
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to
go, and proper information will be given.
Something New
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southern state@, are on sale by the principal agents.
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent, or address
FRANK C. BOYLE8TON. Commercial Agent,
J. A. TAYLOR, Traveling Passenger Agent,
188 West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Florida.
T. M. EMERHON, H. M. EMERSON, W. J. 'ltAI(G,
Traffic Manager Asit. Traffic Mnager ;.n-i. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. c'.


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At druggists.
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Via tihe Sean Islands.........................10:10 a. n. (Metropolitan Limited.
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Via S.-alboard Air Liwne................... 7:0 p.in. (Fast Mail.)
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