Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00457
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If you want to keep thp painter at work-don't
use Masury's Paints, lor if you do you will
surely rob yourself of the pleasure of having
b him repaint for several years. It is especially
prepared to stand the severity of the sea coast.
Its durability is unexcelled.


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.

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Toilet Articles
Sporting Good
Bird COap and
Window Shade

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Doins at Port Oran 0

a*.- &s and wie came down in their
Tweday. .
Feumad is converting his sail
ltowa apt" lausb.
SLA. A. Weeden visiting her
MP. Melaod, at DeLand.
S Mand Milburn has returned home
I a gthIseed stay at St. Augustine.
Our hoel is being completely over-
A. bed out, and anew laundry

, at. BfmuMul's big mule team came
* 4 with a large load of lumber for

Zones. s and Broomewe an
maIg on Capt. Fouard last

Woe sent a very handsome
down last week. 'bhe Colonel
it very much this winter.
-L Wel.W arwved last week from
Oy, whame she spent thesummer.
h done her much good.
Mre lef Saturday for
Wi um her duties a
atld New Augustine school.
,sh oma,M who spent last summer
aroelg wterw methods of
sd home last week much

aewad, n of Saanord's most
accompanied by

Sa friend drove over
Itsum ed Wednesday of lat
Sdt m ned Thursday, taking
a hed of orange trees for

A ame down from Daytona,
moa sand held services in

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of esuch moM*h t 3:30.
M aweo ws -semved here last
of the death is Babway, New
.4eur old fried Dr.C.B. Meeker,
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n the evening of Decet ber 15th the
rtona Evening News will be launched
>n the seas of journalism from the
ce of the Gazette-News, and under

the same management.
The new paper will be about the size
of the Gazette-News and it will conm-
pletely cover the local field.
Its aim will be to enlighten the public,
promote the welfare of the city, and our
patrons-and incidentally to rake in a
few sheckels for the publisher.
Daytona is now large enough to sup-
port a first class daily newspaper during
the tourist season and we feel highly
assured of success, and desire to thank
what business men we have broached
the subject to for their encouragement.
L. C. Demaree, an experienced journal-
ist well known in Daytona, will be the
city editor of the new daily.
The price of the paper will be
such as will place it within the reach
of every resident and visitor.


McCoy Brothers, who are known to
everyone that has visited Daytona dur-
ing the past two seasons. as the owners
of the launches "Yankee IMoole" and
"Columbia," are at work building larger
and more commodious boat.
The new boat will be sixty-five feet in
length and eleven feet bean. It is being
built after the pattern of the "t'olunmbia"
except that it will have a torpedo stern.
It will have a cabin thirty feet long, and
a deck at each end fifteen feet in length.
A twenty-five horse power engine will
be installed, so that the boat will, with-
out a doubt, be able o 'compete with
anything on the river for rpled.,
It will be put in service about the 13th
of December between here and tle head
of the Tomoka, and will be in charg- of
Captain William McCoy.
One of the nicest features of the new
boat will be the cafe service. A room
will he built in the stern where lunches,
coffee and other refreshments will be

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. W. HI. McBride, the county commis-
sioner front the third district, was over
from Seville Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Geo. H. Ludwig arrived from
Cleveland Friday evening of last week
to join her husband. who peneded her.
I@.Moore Brothers have puirlhased a
fiwer lineof dress goods and notions than
have ever before been brought to this
W. H. Jones. who leen visiting with
friends in New York for the two months
past. returned home Weduansday after-

John L.
nweber of
from that

Chandler, of Dhl.and, the
the county school )board
srwtion, was in 1Daytona

Supt. J. 11. lockaday and Route
Agent T. T. Weltch, of the Southern
Express Compan.y, were in Daytona
Miss Rose Garland started on her re-
turn journey to New York last Saturday,
after a very pleasant visit with parents
and friends.
('ol. and Mrs. M. Huston returned
Monday evening from a very pleasant
outing of a couple mouths sHpenlt at Ashi-
ville. North Carolina.
Rolbert Jibb, tlw efficient ticket clerk
at the passenger station, went to St.
Augustine yesterday to consult Dr.
Worley about his eyes.
Invitations have been issued by the
Halifax Rifles for a reception to be
tendered Captain J. B. Parkinson on the
evening of Oct. 16th, at 8:30 o'clock.
W. W. Wilder arrived from Cincinnati
Friday evening of last week and is
occupying his home of South Beach
street. Mrs. Wilder accompanied him.
Louis Adler was among the ineo g
winter visitors Wednesday. Mr. Adier
hails from Louisville. Ky., but spends
the greater part of the year at Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Rand and family,
who have een spending the summer on
the beowh, returned to their home at
Longwood, Orange county. Wednesday.
The interior of E. T. Conrad & Co's.
grocery store has twen- treated to a new
coat of paint, in order to still more
brighten it up for the winter's business.
t"1'all on Barnes at the Novelty
Store amnd get*fitted to spectacle and
eye-glasses. A new lot just nceived.
We call the attention of our rea ders to
the ad. of The Palms which appears in
another column. The Palms is very ably
managed by J. McCollum. who has the
faculty of being able to please his guests.
Si'Call and see that new kokak devel-
oping machine at Barnes' Noveley Store.
T. Ewing Miller and son arrived from
Columbus, Ohio, last Saturday and are
spending a few weeks at Ponce Park.
The senior Mr. Miller has been coming
LIf Daytona for a number of years and
generally makes his headquarters at the
gWFishing Tackle at cost at fCco. H.

Mr. and Mrs. IH. W. Dunklee and family
arrived from Pigeon Cove, Mass., Thurs-
day. Mr. Dunkhle will endeavor to lease
a hotel here for the combining season. He
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I Whop wbheat ead at t oGra.
Vag RubeyevePy day.
Mr. and M f. Lf. Bob m wen
sofg the returning water iitom

W-Fimh bread every momnag at the
GramMag Bakery. "It's the kind
mother nused to make."


Star brand shoes at Smith Son's.
ejNew pocketbooks and purse at
Frank E. Bond was in the city Thurs-
day and Friday.
OWNew stock of bibles at Clark's
jewelry ad tationermy store.
The Criminal Court of Record will con-
vene inl DeLand next Tuesday.
Wortlen Gore departed last Friday to
attend the Atlanta Dentatl ollege.
CftThe Gramling Bakery have a line
of home made candies, nuts and fruits.
Otto Wehner departed Monday for a
two week's trip to Washington'and New
..The Gramling Bakery will put up
lunches for fisbing parties on very short
Miss Anna M. Peck returned to Miami
NWedmeday after a pleasant visit with
'bw parents.
.City Clerk J. W. Wilkinson returned
t'ednesday evening from a short visit
to Savannah.
If.The Gramling Bakery is prepared
to make cakes for parties and receptions
on short notice.
J. C. Stowers, of West Palm :elh,
visited with friends in Daytona several
days this week.
School Commissioner Knappe attended
the October meeting of the board at
DeLand Monday.
iW-Don't fail to go to Hendricks' for
nboys' and men's pants. He can nave you
money by purclhasing front him.
Rev. West. of Glenwood. in expiected to
preach at the Congregational Church to-
momrrow morning at eleven o'ch(-k.
County Superintendent Bert Fish was
in the city a few days this week and, as
usual, registered at Schmidt's Villa.

The Dillingham is one of thi' first Ilass.
hotels of Daytona. It is lowated on Vol-
usia avenue near the railroad station.
The ad. of this Im)pular house ap|eiars
in another column.

Captain George P. Gleason came down
from St. Augustine Tuesday and re-
mained a couple of days looking after
the interests of the East Coast Canal Co..
at this end of the line.
Capt. B. F. Dupont, who has been
charge of the "South Carolina," w
to St. Augustine Wednesday morning.
During his absence the dredge is incharge
of Capt. James Hinton.
J. L. Odum received this week one of
the finest "bunches" of steers ever
brought to Daytona. The little are
from Orange county, and weigh front
400 to 800 pounds each.
F-Go to Hendricks and buy hats for
all the family.
Those of the old settlers who have
ate mango honey know how good it is.
The first to be on the local market since
the freeze of '95 was received by E. T.
Conrad & Co. this week. It is a very
toothsome article.
I'A new stock of caps just received at
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Moseley and dau-
ghter, Miss May, returned Friday even-
ing of last week from Atlantic City, New
Jersey, where they have been running a
hotel this summer. Mr. Moseley will
conduit the Stanley House, as usual,
this winter.
Attention is called to the ad. of J. L.
Odum, the meat dealer, in this week's
issue of the Gazette-News. Mr. Odum
keeps a fine line of meats and we rev-
ommend his market to our readers. He
also conducts a wood yard. which is
advertise in another column.
g.ilver and Gold shirts at Smith &

E. L. 81hear is studying Blackstone at
Stetson University. He cones home
every Friday evening and returns
to IkDeand Sunday afternoon. During
his stay in college his father-in-law, A.
Winne, will have charge of the oper-
ations of the Daytona Steam Laundry.
WM'Fall clothing for men and boys at
Smith & Son's.
The services at the First M. E. Church
last Sunday were of a very pleasing
order. Mrs. C. B. Ilestop pre-ided at
the organ, accompanied by the cornet,
ably played by Mr. Heston. Mrs.
Phinney sang the soprano. She has a
very charming voice and those whoi
heard it were much pleased.
-'ljadies' wrappers and skirts at
Smith & Son's.

Daytona is still without a justice of
the peace and will remain without one
until after the general election next
month. Owing to some dissatisfaction
as to who should be the successor of
John W. Williams. who resigned some
weeks ago. the Governor has declined to
appoint anyone, so the people will have
the opportunity to vote for one on the
fourth of next month.
ItWDelicious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try somn of it.
A. A. Bunnell, the enterprising lumbler-
man, will shortly commence extending
his dock further out into the river. Fifty
feet more will be built out, and a "T"
added to the end in order to make a
better landing place for the tug, Leo.
Mr. Bunnell has also ordered new boilers
fo- rth I n An u d.1hn thlp, atu in.t-allkwO

* WFibing Tackle at cost at Cleo. H.
. .ar...' .
You must register today to be entitled
to vote in the coming election.
Miss MeCollum is assisting behind the
counters in J. A. Hendricks' store.
0Basketkm buckets and bep of an
kinds for lunch at Barns' Novelty tore.
The Misses Abereromble and brother
entertained a number of their many
friends at the Suanyside last evening.
We are receiringan exceptionally large
number of request. for sample copies of
the Utte-New from persons contem-
spending the winter in Daytona.
iss Louise Foote departed yesterday
afternoon for DeLand where she wil
attend Stetson University. Her father
accompanied her over and will return
Merchant Hendrieks' back yard is lull
of boxes and his store e peeked with
new goods, which he and his able assist-
ant, W. J. Bethel, are marking and plac-
ing on the shelves.

Sea barn are still biting at Keating's
Pier. Fifty were caught Thursday after-
noon, eleven of which were landed by
Dr. VanValiah. He still holds the record
for catching the largest number this
J. G. Bast, F. A. Losley, B. B. Stewart
W. S. Sams, T. H. Sanders and F. A.
Morgan were among the prominent
citizens of Titusville who attended the
meetings of the Knights Templar Thurs-
day evening.
Mr. and Ms. J. G;. Markie, of Buffalo,
N. Y. were in the city yesterday, legister-
ing at Schimidt's Villa. They dove ar-
ound the town in view of returning here
for the winter season. Mr. and Mrs.
Mackie went South on the afternoon

F. 11. Clifton died in this city Wttues-
day night and was buried Thursday
afternoon at the Tomoka inetery.
l)eceand was (l3 years of age, and has
been a resident of this county all his life.
Untit four months ago he made his home
at Spring Garden, but since that time
has been residing with his daughter in
e tona.
W. M. Moore returned from his trip
North yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Moore
arrived the evening previous. While In
New York Mr. Moore purchased a fine
set of silver plated instruments for the
band. He a ndoureVf I"a unusually
large stock of dry goods and notions for
his store in anticipation of a big trade
this winter.
I The biggest school tabltsyou ever
saw for a nickleat Barne' Novety Store.
F. A. Palmer arrived from Chicago
Thursday evening and is getting his
beautiful home on Ridgewood ready for
the winter. He was accompanied by a
party of prominent people from the
Windy City, who are looking over Day-
tona with a view to spending the winter
here. The party includes: A. S. Randall,
J. M. Adams. Geo. W. Newburn and
Mrs. Macqueen.
f'tFishing Tackle at cost at Geo. H.
James Atkinson, of Enterprise. and
Wm. A. Allen, of DeLand, prominent
republican leaders of 'Volusia county
were in Daytona Thursday and Friday
conferring with some of the leading
republicans of this city. These gentlemen
are now holding positions in the office
of collector f customs at Pensacola. Mr.
Allen is also Grand Chancellor of the
Knights of Pythias.
gW'Ilelgian hares 5r1c and $1.00 each
if taken at once; also a pair of white
Angoras, at Geo. H. Clarks.'
Janwe Carnell-.amedown from Ormond
to attend the meeting of the Knights
Templar Thursday evening. He was
driving to Shmidt's Villa after meeting,
with J. G. Ilat, of Titusville, and A. H.
Carter, of Holly Hill, in the buggy, and
when near the corner of Beach street
and Second avenue his borne became
frightened and overturned the buggy
completely wrecking it and badly scratch-
ing Mr. Carnell. It seems that D. F.
Morrison's horse as lying down in
the middle of the street. and getting up
justas Mr. Carnell drove along, scared

his horse.

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

Hosiey, Hafs

S Suspenders and Tics.

Ournewline of Shoes isexception-

ally fine. Come in and see them.


,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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Goodall happenings.
I I lfiifi| 11liiffniheffflffllf i
Mrs. Graham Thompson, Mrs. Edw.G.
Harris and Mrs. Jerome D. Maley were
pleasant visitors on the beach Tuesday,
while attending the C. I. A. Daytona
and Goodall ladies are in harmony in
this good work.
Dr. E. Lartigue, of Gainesville, has
been sent to our resort to investigate
the sanitary ditdition of things. He
" found nothing to complain of, but with
the rapid growth of the place he realizes
that systematic regulations are needed
to prevent any future nuisance.
J. M. Cross, of Green Cove Springs,
spent a few days at the beach looking
over the ground for a winter location.
Mr. Crow has a handsome launch which
he runs for excursion and pleasure par-
ties. He is favorably impressed with
the East Coast and will probably return
H. W. Dunklee, of Pigeon Cove, Mass.,
with his wife and Herbert and Waldo,
arrived at the Stamide Inn Thurmday.
Miss Nellie Godsoe af St. John, N. B., a
neice of Mrs. Dunklee, accompanied them.
Mr. Dunklee reports a most successful
hotel season at Pigeon Cove, and con-
templates taking a winter house in Day-
tona or vicinity.
Fish are again being caught in large
numbers at the Keating Pier. Rev.
Myres of Kingston is one of the most
enthusiastic and successful among the
anglers. Capt. Lucas, Dr. VanValzah,
Mr. Moragne and Mr. Spangler are not
losing interest, and Mr. Keating still
maintains that he has discovered the
finest fishing grounds on the East Coast.
The Saturday night dance at the
Casino came to a sudden and disastrous
close. Mrs. Spangler, the musician,
while playing at the piano was over-
come with heartfailure, falling to the
floor with no warning whatever. It
was several minutes before Dr. VanVal-
zah and Druggist Waugh were able to
bring her to consciousness so as to
allow her to n.turn home. We are glad
to know that Mrs. Spangleriinimproving.
The Cemetery Improvement Associa-
tian held their monthly meeting at the
Beach House Tuesday. President Dora
Dayton presided in her usnal graceful
manner. About $1..00 was reported as
receipts from the last concert, making a
total of $75.00 rained by this society
since its organization in July. The
ladies are enthusiastic in their efforts to
make tlhe cemetery as beautiful as any-
thing in the State. Many plans are dis-
cusewd with this object in view for the
comming winter season.

Tuesday, October 14th, 1902.
Novelties, Curios and Souvenirs.
rCbhoice Confectionery.- N*
Homw Made Jellies and Preserves.
Agent for Madam Yale's world renowned
Toilet Preparations. etc.
Beach St.. Sou*h of Volusia Av-enue..

Prof. C. E. Richardn has accepted the
office of secretary of tlwe Daytona
Wheelmen's Assoeiation. The associa-
tion will have a race meeting Thanks-
giving at the beach. Liberal prize will
1 .. a__ _| w1 A s _.I_ al -. .

For some months iast various people
at Ormond have been receivir.g anony-
mous letters of a defamous nature.
They had Ieen received by so many
that the citizens of the little town were
agog over the matter. One of the let-
ters was sent to Miss Russell, a highly
respected young lady. Suspicion posted
to Frederick C. Rmino, an ex-employe of
the railroad company, as the author of
the letters, and the three brothers of the
young lady are alleged to have tahen
the matter in hand and given RBme a
a hearty strapping Friday evening of
last week. It is now rumoed that
Remo accuses the three brothers m o tf -
bing hint of forty-five dollars at tllsi
they gave himi the thrashing, but the
conwsesum of opinion among the rei-
dents of Ormondil .ms to be that it is
but a ruse of Remno's to get the Russell
boys into trouble.
Reimio is it pr.-ent out of the State,
and it is not known whether or not he
will swear out a warrant for the arrest
of the Russells.


Dr. E. L. Potter and. Mrs. Jes.sie Bn 1r
Cole were uniit.-d iiinia;trri;u.n- nt tht bo h
of thebride at E-vantston. Ill Inst week.
They arrival in I)a. t,,na last lFrI ay .
evening awl wr nr- \armnly gm.ted by
their many fiein:is. who w-I them
happiness and pro(il-rity. Dr. and MUr.
Potter will take. up tllhir nr ies d
Sealbreeze, where they will male t -1"
Clanrndon Inn. lotlh an, well known to


Columbia. Baker and Bradlord conn-
ties are now in line with larger appro*
priations than last year.
The spm-e already reserved for exhibits
will occupy thre-fourths of the interior
of the main tent 231..xl.3"A feet in size.
The grand stand is nearly completed.
It will comfortably sent 1. 100 people,
and is to be one of theI very best of its
kind in the whole ik- mt ry particularly in
the matter of c- uinfi rit.
Not only will nearly -very county in
Florida Is ren'I'-wndte- at the Fair, but
exhibits have -n ,enteT-red front twelve
other States ttland t Ii fi)rign countries,
Itoth of tithe latter vmusiing direct to our
One of the' mnust niitenrting exhibits
will Ie a -i mphl-t.- whiip-mnaking fac-
tory in olwMratiin. -howini the process
brailidoiing oiin l li. t- v whips. Thisex-
hibit ,i iies friim thu- lhruest whip fac-
tory in tih. w\,rl~l. :at W-sttflId. Mass.

Tl' iui,,i-r-liit. ,if thii seity are live and
pr rnsi., anul this se ison they have
lillehl their stior-s with the finest and
Iet g loods. Their is no exi-iuse for any-
one to neWil Itaway V fmt' hole to buy
their goodss. fi'r the-v 'an gtet what they
wish at hioime. The'l- person who is con- w

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C C. Barnes


for anything in the followii

No Hair?

"My hair was falling out very
fast and I wasgready alarmed. I
then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor aad
my hair topped failing st oce."-
Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, 0.

The trouble is yot r hair
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, Ayer's Hair Vigor
will restore color every
time. *".a. a. .

If =Lr drl rt y myin
e "&. a. -wa- -a &%-J wi--

Mr. and Mrs. 6. J. YandeVorde hav
returned froam LAmd, where they have
been sine* their marriage.
C. & Lewis ofLake City.wasin Day-
tousfroJust Saturday until Mandae
in the interest of the State Fair.
Mrs. Win. Watson and daughter, Mi.
Mildred, removed to Ormond this week,
where they w t rede this winter.
WrTael time by the forelock and get
ready for Christmes by having your
photos taken at Harris' Studio. Peck
Block. 'Phone 91.
A. Winne went to St. Augustine Sun-
day to meet his wife and daughter, who
hae been 1 t tm t mmerm with
fwed i nNSew i-.
JLIt's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kost & Gwinner
are t!ti in painting and paper-hang-
in better consult them.
ioui Smith, a nephew of A. Winne,
arrived from New York Monday evening,
and will look after the outside work for
the Daytona Steam Laundry.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Foote and
family arrived from Cleveland Sunday,
and are again pleasantly domiciled in
their handsome home on Ridgewood.
The two cottages being erected by
Contractor Gove for Louis Adler are up
and enclosed When completed they
will le a great improvement to Magnolia










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itMady, Oct. 11, 1902.


I-* For Usited 8tab Senator:
S For Congaimm, Setcond Distriet:

For Comptroller:
For Secretary of State:
For Joutire of the Supreme Court:
For Rliroad Commimioners:
For State Senate:
For Representatives:
For County Treasurer:
For County Tax Collector:
For County Assessor:
I r Board 4f Public Instruntion:
For County Commissioners:


2 business men who fail to ap-
newkte advertising are likely to find
themselves so far behind the times that
t ~ will never catch up.
It is always better to advertise a little
ltoeh than not quite enough.
Itis betterto use a little more time
am is necessary in the preparation of
aiderthiseentc than it is to be ever so
SAMbekCBeless about it.
Advertisers get good returns on the
mp nt invested in our columns. We
eamb the people.
l ge pace in this paper is one of the
bwe ivestments a merchant can make.
T hebet advertising niidiuni for any
unmnat is the local paper which goes
a eo the home of the people. as this
paper does.


Insmanmealway, thecommunity pros-
S p 0 mosLt that s most to sell. A fam-
with a L ed mcome, which buys more
th the amount of that income, must
hi in debt, and learn from their extrav-
elme the bitter meaning of the word
ry. This everybody knows, and
tries, generally, to provide against. But
t does t seem that everybody realize
O swstWat it is the same with a com-
met y -a well as with a family-that
t h town that spends more than it pro-
m dms or sells cannot thrive; that the
eunt that imports more than it sends
uom its limits must soon come to be in
a ad way, that that State will be back-
a iwed which buys heavily abroad and
" 'abl^lttle beyond its own boundaries;
at the nstion will grow poor against
weh gt balance of the trade continu-
-aySW U Here. of course we are
mat --sdiatefy concerned with the
*hOes-utry, nor even with thie whole
1It, bt we ar edirectly comerneid with
M I- e omic principles in our own

Weh Io-d, as a community, try not to
. -7y from abroad more than we can sell
S dHd TldM does not mea we should
i tup -us but that we must buy at
h-me wn ew can. The man in our
cmmumity into whose hands we put the
aeeol a bme-purcbaed cmmodit..
bahsttet diMpod and betteral le-exactly
to the mount of that price-to purabase
Ia tonm some commodity of ours, or of a
.s hor who will buy a commodity of
m-. Money spent at home always
eme beack in part; money spent abroad
lbapt to stay abroad, for it is surely
Sto he welcome there. Help those
who hslp you.-Gaineville Sun.


Who would keep their children in good
hih, should watch for the first symp-
tom of worms, and remove them with
White' s Cream Vermifuge. It is the
ne- -' bst tonic. It gets digeptioa
at work so that their food dos them
god, mad they grow up healthy and
tsag. 73c at J. M. Jones.



Miss E. Nellie Beck, Florida's bright
and popular female journalist, who re-
signed her position some time ago as
editor of the Bartow Courier-Informant,
now has a department on the Pensacola
Journal, which bears the heading:
"Things Seen and Heard." She began
her work last week, and in assuming
her duties she wrote as follows:
"Amsuming so important a position,
where I am a comparative stranger, it is
quite probable that, for a time, many
things of interet to the Journal readers
will escape my attention, but I can
assure them that as I become acquaint-
ed I shall endeavor to widen the scope
of this department to embrace all the
news they care about. Meanwhile I
greatly appreciate the courtesy so far
extended me, and trust that not only so-
ciety, but chun h and other people will
kindly notify me by mail, telephone or
otherwise, when they have bit of news.
Such courtesies will always be welcome
and I shall at all times take great pleas-
ure in responding to a hint that news
may be had by calling upon any lady in
"If you have a visitor, are goingaway,
have returned, are going to or have at-
tended a social affair, intend to enter-
tain, get married, commit su-icide, join a
club, or do any other newsy thing, or
know of any one else who has, drop us a
note or call me up by telephone at the
Journal office, and prove your interest in
the publicity and promotion of Pensa-
cola's best social interests. In years of
experience I have always found that
thoroughbred society people and thor-
oughbred busing as and professional people
are moot attractive of newspaper court-
esy, and. as they make up the sum and
substance of the world's progress. we
naturally look to them for the news of
the day, and Pensicola people are prob-
ably as interesting, up to date and cour-
teous as their brethern and sisters else-

Do YeV Wamt to Yawu?
Feel cold shivering, aching in tihe
bones, lack of energy., Ieadache, and
great del.ression? Twis symptoms may
be followed by violent headache, high
fever, extreme nervousness, a condition
known as malaria. Herbine cures it.
Take it before the disease gets a fair
hold. though it will work a cure at any
stoge. J. A. Hopkins. Manchester, Kan.,
writes: "'I have used your great remedy,
Herbine, for several years. There is
nothing better for malaria, chills and
fever, headache, biliousness, and for a
blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing
as good." 540 at J. M. Jones.-

England can't make a parcels post deal
with Uncle Sam. So she makes it with
the American Express company' The
idea that our postofikce won't handle
what makes a fortune for the express
business! Instead of one cent postage
on letters, give us a cheap parcels post.
It would be a boon to the people. At
once would develop an immense trade by
growers mailing fresh vegetables, etc.,
daily to consumers, as is done abroad.

Bemired Cmpoafomd
Are spoiled by using hany kind of pre-
paration that fills the pores of tie skin.
The best way to secure a good complex-
ion. free from sallowness. pimples.
blotches, etc., is to keep the liver in good
order. An occasional dose of Hlerbine
will cleanse the bowels, regulate the
liver, and so establish a clear, healthy
completion. 50c at J. M. Jones.

On the might of October i6th there On all hand- we find expressions of the
W -beatntal eclipse of the imo, n. last. generatiprosperity of thestateof Florida.
wor a fall hour and a half. from 12 We are rich and we should and will pros-
o'dIek midnight to a little past 1:30 per. Jur climate is -sost favorable for
a. a., by Eastern standard time. .: the growth of valuable vegetables and
Thamlsalso a partial eclipw of the fruits; we can supply the tables of the
-mes October 30th, which you may world with delicacies and luxuries equal
MIEym arme in Eastern Europe and in to those grown in any state in the
As any part of Asia. Union. Our soil and climate can furnish
AmlaTtheesily seen planets, Venus happinessand sustenance to a million
mo ~ a &&- --- .. __ =--I- --I --. a -

rOPE q&


(hpgv~iL mi. bw mu..&we

The scuttle in the root of the tfrm-
house opened slowly, and a girl's had
app ared. As she held up her face to
the evening breeze, her fair kin, yel-
low hair and delicate features made
her appear like some faint star ust
gisncing above the horison.
A young man with a scythe over his
shoulder crossnlug the lane below the
barn looked up toward the house. Bee-
Ing the girl, he stopped. straightened
his shoulders as though he hl:alf expect-
ed her to speak as to :lIank himself,
then walked on w eggingg steps and
disappeared btl;w .n' orchard where
the brook flows into the woods.
Mary leaned her arms on the edge of
the scuttle and looked out. The hot air
from the garret blowing In gusts past
her face was like a twitch at her
sleeves remlpding her of the household
she had left below.
She was the only one who had not al-
ready gone to bed. It was harvest
time. They were cutting the wheat ton
the meadows. and all day the hum of
the reaper had come up from the
broad, white fields where the men
were at work. Since dawn the boouse
had been buzzing with lively toll but
now the day's work was ended.
In the front room off the porch the
farmer and his wife were asleep. They
had gone to bed immediately after sup-
per,. and while Mary had sat in the
porch she heard their low voices talk-
Ing over the potato crop 94d the grain,
their drowsy words growing fewer.
slower. until at length they sank away
and ceased, while yet the bobolinke
were skimming over the meadow and
the red of the sunset lingered.
Across the gate her married brother
and a neighbor had talked politics.
Mary had heard their nasal voices al-
ternating like the wooden balls tossed
by a juggler. In the south chamber
just under the attic her sister-in-law
had been putting her children to bed,
the creak, creak of the rocking chair
as it swayed over an uneven board
dimly audible through the silent house.
In the attic under the roof slept her
little brother Bob. dreamless, tired and
contented at the end of his long sum-
mer day.
Down In the kitchen yard the turkeys
and chickens had gone to roost In the
apple trees and the grape arbor, clock-
ing and twittering in sleepy protest
against the awkward ones as they set-
tied themselves together.
In a few moments It had grown
very still and dark.
The girl on the house top drew a
long breath vand leaned her bead back
against the edge of the roof. It was
only 8 o'clock, and the faint yellow
twilight lingered on the border of the
sum'jer night A new moon bung low
over the crest of the woods. The west
wind brought up the hot smell of
ripening cornfields, and a bat darted
out of the orchard in swooping cir-
cles against the clear night.
From her eyrle above the treetops
the farm buildings, the neighboring
houses, the fields and lanes, even the
wide post road, looked quite small and
cheap, like a toy village." The country-
side In Its irregular checkerboard of
pasture, corn and woodland, pale yel-
low with the wheat stubble, somber
green where half ripened orchards
spread, marked here and there by a
cluster of roofs, a spire that told a
hamlet In the hills, became signifi-
cant only In the mystery of distance
as it mounted toward the hills and
ended at last In one vast, gray, sealke
level against the trackless sky. Mary
looked at It all as one upon whose
mind the meaning of these familiar
scenes had Just begun to dawn-these
fields, the chickens she must pluck,
the bread she must make, the rasp-
berries she must preserve, all grouped
themselves before her In a coherent
scheme of life. From dawn till dark,
each day alike, cooking, washing, pre-
serving, holding the bables-the bur-
dens of each side were hers. So far
she had carried them unthikingly, un-
questionably. It was only the lot of
every farmer's life.
Tonight she was unusually tired. To
escape a feeling of restlessne she had
determined to go to bed. It was re-
freshing to lie in the cool darkness. But
before she reached the top of the attic
stairs she felt the dry heat of the sun
baked roof.. The great, timbered space,
dark with its age blackened beams and
scantly windowed twilight, held a
strange odor of cedar shingles, of an-
cient leather trunks, of musty papers.
In the solemn dusk the candle lost its
bold glare and drooped to a wavering
spark, eyed by the glimmering gray
panes of the gable windows high under
the ridge.
The two chimneys, like huge stone
giants whom she had been feeding all
day. stooped over her as they towered
toward the roof. reminding her of to-

morrow's kitchen work.
As Mary sat on the edge of her cot.
thinking of these things, she looked up
vaguely. A star. the first in the pale
night, shone through the window upon
her. clear, unwinking, pensive, holy.
A lock of hair loosened by the wind
floated softly across her cheek like the
kiss of unseen lips. For the first time
In her life she felt the restless longing
for some good of which she was igno-
gant What was it her simple, sweet
existence lacked? Had she not every-
thing that a girl could ask-father,
mother, food and shelter, a place In
the world? What else had any one?
The aged farmer and his wife-those
two good people fast asleep without a
thought In their nightcaps beyond the
potato crop; their daughter-in-law, the
wmm at work in the fields, all those de-

pendent on the great harvests, on the
bountiful farm; were they not happy,
contented, unquestioning? Was she not
happy too? Had she anything to com-
plain of. to regret, to wish for?
Suddenly out of the hush came the
cry of the whippoorwill, that piercing,
mournful voice of the vacant, wind-
blown fields, of meadows flowering un-
seen and far away. It thrilled her like
a pain. It stabbed her through and
through and cut her to the heart with


Office at Em mom-n o

fhe .rwON.wd omwi.shM Maud an


totle resu. It wl horts Mr work and lenthen her lisre. Clea everything clanable fm lar to
attic-dishs and tis. pots and pans floors anddoor.
Housework is ard work without GOLD DUST-th modern cleaner; better and more conomicala
~eima mwYorl. SL L sl---K of OVAL FAIRT SOAP.

less and apart A strange kloging
swelled up In her breast; tears filled
her eyes. The years of her life, with
their simple tasks, their ambitions.
hopes and dreams, came to her like
some vast .tidal wave upon a sunny
shore, withdrawing In a long resound-
lIg sigh at the absence of some un-
known Joy. She stared through the
warm darkness toward the edge of the
woods outlined against the evening as
though ela should try to read the soul
of a silhouette. Then she dropped her
face In her hands for a single minute.
At 0 o'clock in the morning Mary
was In the garden picking the vegeta-
bles for dinner. The unahliny, dew
fresh day. the beans and cabbages in
their prim symmetry, the tall scarlet
hollyhocks nodding against the fence,
made the experience of the night be-
fore very remote and visionary.
As Mary reached the end of the row
of peas she pushed back her sunbonnet
and looked up; then her song stopped
and she knelt silently.
A young man was standing on the
other side of the garden wall looking
at her. He blushed as he met her
steady, smiling gaze. "Picking peas?"
he asked. "You've got a lot. haven't
"Yesa, Indeed; plenty this year. Have
"All we can eat and more too. Get-
ting old, though. How are these?" He
crossed the wall and stood beside her.
"Yours are pretty tender yet." He tore
off another pod. "Shan't I help you?
Two can work better than one."
"Oh, thank you; you needn't bother."
Yet she smiled at him.
"Oh, I like to do this I'll take the
Inside of the row."
"It's very kind of you," she an-
swered, looking up at him sweetly.
How brown and strong and sinewy
he had, grown since he had begun to
work In the harvest fields. She had not
seen him for a long while, not since
they were in school together. She was
looking at him again when he glanced
up and caught her eyes. This time
they both blushed. They said nothing
for some time. Mary picked busily,
and the boy whistled half to himself.
They were beside each other, with
nothing between them but the slender
trellis of pea vines, enough to give the
boy courage to say. "Did you hear the
whippoorwill last night?'
Mary felt a flash that made her
nerves tingle.
"Oh, did you, too?" she exclaimed,
then stopped, abashed at her own
eagerness. How could Alvy under-
stand the confession she had made to
a whippoorwill Just because it was un-
seen? "Where was it?" she asked,
with all the carelessness she could
"Down in the wood lot aboutfhalf
past & I was coming home 'crose lots
back of your barn; been up at the oth-
er farm all day."
They were picking slowly now. How
pretty Mary was with her braided yel-
low hair, her ros pink ears, her
smooth lidded. down drooping eyes!
The ruffle of her apron, with Its crisp
curves, seemed meant to hedge her
cheeks from kisses.
Alvy felt bis heart throb dizzily. So
many words and thoughts went round
and round In his head that he could
not say one. And there was the screen
of brash and vines between them.
The delicate film of green was strong
as a prison grille through which the
serene face of the girl glowed upon
him. Somehow their hands met upon
the same pods. Mary's trembled, then
lay still in his.
"I saw you up on the roof," whis-
pered the boy. "You were listening.
weren't you?"
Mary nodded.
"Do you--do you like to hear It.
Mary? Do gou like the whippoorwill'?"
Mary's lip trembled. "I don't know.
I guess so."
"Because he--he loves you, Mary."
"Mary, Mary, where are you?"
The two In the garden sprang up as
the shrill voice called from the kitchen.
As the boy leaped over the fence into
his own orchard Mary looked after
him. rom the trees among which he
disappeared came clear, low and sweet
the call of the whippoorwilL
TI s-ee A m t the w~ W3

What army was the strongest of its
time? Judging by results, the Roman
army was so from the fifth century
B. C. onward until the division of the
empire. Its fighting organization was
as complete as and possibly more prac-
tical than that of any army of today.
It was based on a territorial system
which maintained the comradeship of
locality without briningt into an-
tagonism with that of the corps, for
each of the thirty-Ave Roman "tribe"
was required to furnish to each legion
four centuriess" of 120 men, each of
K.ad- ra &A -- I-% -a

res the army thus constituted not only
conquered the then known world, but
acted as explorers beyond its limits,
and at the same time made and un-
made kings and emperors in Rome It-
self. In modern times the Prussian ar-
my. which won Badowa and Sedan
and overran both Austria and France,
was the strongest the world has
known.-London Answa m


The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway owns and operates over (6,(4M)
miles of thoroughly equipped road in
Illinois, Wisconnin, Iowa, Mimnne.ota,
South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri,
and the Ulppr peninsulaa of Michigan.
It owns and operates ::11 equipment in
service on its lines, including Sleeping'
Cars, Parlor Cars, maintaining an excel-
lente of service uneualed on any railway
in the world.
It has Ieen a 1'ioneer in the Northwest
and west in the use of the block system
in the operation of its trains, in the
lighting of trains by elimtricity. heating
by steam and many other progremssive
methods. whikh have added safety, com-
fort and luxury to travel. It is always
the leader in that direction.
The Pioneer Limnited Trains between
Chicago, St. Paul and Minnealpolis have
the costlieNt and hatndsomemt Sleep-
ing Cars in the world and'the l -st dining
Car service,
Time tables, maps and information
furnished on application to F. .. Miller.
fien. Pas Asgent, (Old Clony Iiuilding.

The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chill and Fever is a bottles of (iHovr's
*TAMsTI:LSM CHsL.L. ToN.r. It is siniply
Iron anid Quinine im n a tasteless form.
No ('ure. No Pay. I'rie' .'I r.ents.

What this Boy's

Mother Says

has been said by the mothers of
many other boys and girls, re-
garding the wonderful curative
and strengthening qualities of
M..' Nervine
HAS rmN NaB.
"Our little boy, Harry, had spasms
or 3 years and we feared the disease
would affect his mind. Though we
doctored continually he grew worse and
had ten spasms in one week. Our at-
tention was directed to Dr. Miles'Nerv.
ine and we began its use. When he
had taken the fourth bottle the spasms
disappeared and he has not had one
for ve years. M is health now is per-
filct." Mis. B. MI. 'INDA.LL

Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold
by all druggists on guarantee to
benefit or money refunded.
Dr. Miles Medi al Co., Elkhart, Ind.

~.Of Interest to Florida .
Boy an irs

The Florida State Fair Association
wishes to interest you in the develop-
ment of our great state.
The fair to be held in Lake City on
November 11, 12, 13, and 14, 1902, will
mhow how much we have in which to
take honest pride. We wish to make
you feel a personal interest in the fair.
We have, therefore, offered the following
special prizes to be competed for by pu-
pils in tihe public schools of the state on
Friday. November 14th, in lake City.
You can learn full particulars of your
county school superintendent, who will
be kept officially informed.
The contests will be under the general
suiwrvision of Aliss Clem Hampton,
who is superintendent of the educational
department of the fair.
1. IBet declamation by boy under 12
years old.
2. Best declamation by boy between
12 andI 164 years old.
:3. ehst recitation by girl under 12
years old.
4. Best recitation by girl between 12
and 16 years old.
3.'Best story by boy or girl under 16
years old, subject to be announced at
time of contest, but to be confined to
Florida scenes and characters.
6. Bent essay by boy or girl under 16
years old, subject to le announced at
time of contest, but to be confined to
sonw.thing actually seen at the State
Fair. or to some influence of the fair.
See. State Fair Asso'n.

Get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stonmalh & Liver Tablets of any druggist.
They are easier to take and more pleas
ent in effect than pills. Then their use is
not followed by constipation as is often
t ie case with pills. Regular size, 2.5c.
|Wer box.

Week beginning Sept. 27, 1902

a. m.
Sunday............................ 2:52
Monday....................... 3:44
Tuesday.......................... 4:34
W ednesday..................... 5:20
Thursday .......................... 6:07
Friday ............................. 6:52
Saturday .......................... 7:38
Tun iay .........................1... :
Mo day............................ .-'-:57
Tueslmy ............................ 10:4.
VWedinshy%......................... 11 37
T'I' nrli- ly..........................-12:22
I'rila--y.-...............................12 :11
Sat urilday........................... 1:17

p. nr


I1: 5

\Vhe.n yo, wake up with a bad tastein
your month, go at ou-ve to any drug
store ie nd get a fre sample of ('ham
lherlai '. Stomach and Liver Tablets.
0 ,e or two eos -s will make yo'i well.
ThIey also cure bilious sick headache
ando (c' isit ilpation.

Lamst week. was a week of sorrow for
Port Or.nnge. two of her old residents
passing over the River of Time.

Stops tihe Couh .m Wrks ean the Coed
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletse cure a
cohl in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.

Pioneerr Beotl St.
Pioneer W ood Yard and Belevew Ave.

Dry Oak and Pine.rIW'Orders Promptly Deliverl"]
Dry Oak and Pine. Proprietor.

Northern Meat Market,

J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.

-Th]le Largest and Finest
Market South of Jacksonvile.

W, ke 'p it complete stock of all kinds of
S iresh Florida and Western Meats.

AmacmTrc, BUILum Am i
Residence and olee,
Ridgewood and VmolWV g
'Phone 89.

J.D. CarmicOt
Before you have your ph I
He can save you 15 erent.
guaranteed. Bear of City Hotel,

H. H. 8EELYE, N. A., M. i,

Physician and Szj
Office and residence 197 t
avenue, opposite Ridgewood Bt"
Telephone No. f85.

Daytona, Florida.

Anti-Monopoly Priem

Fine Pianos........... 1

High Grade...........

Used Pianos. ............

Second Hand Uprights?

Plamo to t

Losley cQ

Titus m* %

* POOL- *.



Hot Lunches served at all hours.
Oyster stews a specialty.

Call and See

the new line of

Wire Grass Goods,

Rugs and Art Squa

A new-

line of new cook stovIs

J. H. Niver & Sa

do not be at a loss for something o
for their refresmhment. Send to t .


for some .of their delicious bread, cke *
piustry. '
A fr-esh snliply im prodltced @cc
and erlh article i, light, crisp, w
s1'lme 0 l1141 pure.
They will plea:Ls tihe guest and WI
credit on the hostels.

Gramling Bakeri

Then your liver isn't
well. You suffer from b
ness, constipation. A
Pills act directly on the
For 60 years they have
the Standard Family_


U-1" 0 o"

0990 LA"bi 00 RAewnod Avemms
Fa m BssL M metric Llbsi.

Uibeay Condted:
Porcelain Rath.

usaftBsreeawn". CimcltV25.

Soon Open for Second Successful Season,



O block from the d

E. & H. [


New House.
rictly First Class.
epot. Will lie <,'.n the year round.
Rateo, $2.00 and up.

)ILLINGIIAM. Proprietors.
........... .....I.


T2 @ poplar and hone-like loanrling lhonst is le.autifillyv sitnat..ul
aIm Str t bfaing tIe Halifax River. The r.mino s ne large. auid
th. table board in exemilent. The house is l.ut t hnr. I.lhwks
Sow the poftfle.. and oiIve.lii.nt til all thI.
crc.the and is but onIK mnih. fi-)ni t11he I.a.h.

Rates Reasonable.

J. INIcCOLLUiM, Proprietor.

on g



Opposite Kenting's New ('asin. and I'ier.
Old Seabreeze. (Davytona) Florida.

If abndsome new modern htotel situmetee sfl4,n #Itiilsl. ur htlii
Bbac in Florida in m nw ojwznfor the. Winter ,,ensfmi c1ofm2 :t. Isi
aftimooms. Dining room ,s iverlot os in t he os-al ln. li. ill ~ s '~~i
I Ternius Moderate.

H. F. STiEWVARTIIProprietor.

po and we will call. EA RI





\We are 1i lepared to) deli-
ver oil short notice all
kind of dry Wood. Our
LIrice is right. )rop a
Nls & COlAEE. m(iaAve.

I)ry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
rj 9 9ed promptly on short notice. All
.O1 of our wood was cut last year.
1l:t N,)rils B.-uc S
*J. i 1. M I ,L M Ir.',.,,li, i :.: Y '

Stores at Iake i ('ty and .li('k-~otivill<'
The Big Beach Street Fruit Store
Has an exceptionally finM liie, of all kinidsl of
Hotel trade a upeeialty. IPETER ('A IiLI.AS. .11inagsr.

The Old Reliable

Rollins College

Winter Park, Fla.
Famd 1885, having sp|erial Florida hliairt.r. I(l|.ns (,I.s l.ir 1st.
TS meuth Florida Colkleg'. Io-e.atesd on a lhihli pin, risl-" :;151nKg
dt sprimg-bed lakes of Oran- ('Cuity. Alesi-lultely no ia:lria.
College, Preparaitory S.h)(ool
Music School, Art ScIlmi(l.
Business School. School of EloclutiIon.

b kAg Iqin pmeIt. Beautiful lhwation. I'-tI board. E\|...- ln\\. '\ rioom
frev y mtdent. Thorough n Ili slii inis t rii.i l l'-1i iitnllsl s14.
Catalogue on application.
REV. GBO. M. WARD, D. D., President


To St. Louis and Chicago

l bm"1 Paav I fs e ltepi.ng ('iars friinm .i ar.L-. .i ill. I .l i.,mii-- in 1 I t 'i) ;_ kavinr JacL s t vii lily ;it 's I .. 11 a I llh. i. 1411,-

Dixie Flyer Route

A. V. & W. Ry,. G. S. & F. Ity.. ('.,,f It.. N. I. A& St. {. It.. and thl.
Illinois ('Cent rail t. It. \% Mntiii. Ti nn.i.
.ri', tbe rtIaforumtion. rates a1nd tickets ap*i ly to ni,.n,-s1 t tik,.t a *'liit or t(o
FRED I) MILLER, Travoling I':. s.niu.r Agulit.. Atl;ata ;;I.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.

" X 4 Staltions
49 pa Lv................................lJacksonvillh................................r
p Ar.................................... Vahh ta..................................... Lv
Sm Ar .................. Mu:.n.................................. .v
Ax A ...................... A tlatal< I s...................................... I.\
pm A r .............. N as lle.................................... .v
pa Ar Martin......................................... v
Ar Chi.- -\
SAr............ vii ................. ........................... .v
SAr Cininnati.................................... v
SIm Ar (Chhaicao....................................... Lv

No. :1t

k 4.-4Jiig r Fver.-C~rrie. Pulimpn LDram-hing Itssiii Itluffstt Sss1siit'vlair-'
WMWVSt Louu' and Jaek@cavilie to Ch'liicgo wit liouitt m s.la~kims~u
lbosmewn at NeArhille witib sleping vain. for [IIchliS%-ilIE ('islsiilmtamlti atns~l
bom IS .fl R VA W- UTM4*Atif.n


- mown

The county school board held its regu-
lar monthly meeting Monday. All of the
members were present.
Conimiio aer Knappe reported that
after a through investigation he had
thought best to postpone the opening of
the Port Orangenegro school.
Commissioner Chandler reported that
he had supplied the negro school at
Stetson with desks from Highland Park
and Osteen.
Mr. Chandler also reported the sale of
the Winneminmett wmhool house for ten
Re(leIttm from Daniel iBlack welder. L.
E. Odum and (teorge Marsh for allow-
anee for transportation to school wan
A commnniention from the tni-.tw of
Glenesmic hvlool and from the tenadher, W.
('. Carter. wvns rnfernrl io 'commnis
sioner KnapI.s and Suiprintend.ent Fisli.
with power to ant.
ApIlliintnitn-t Eof teacher for ne gr
lhol ait low Ioe iv nffervedl to Comi
missiiter Knpi|lte.
('Coilnintirioner C(nlviey -as instructed
to ship nie-lilf dozen desks to Hia wks
Park sliool.
JIIani* Wright was al)lointedi siUler
visir (of the noiro i -li.i ;iat Stetson.
'li following finiuimi.l satisic't wna
Italannii laist nipo)rt...............1... .41
Exiatm inii otilon fte s .................... ]0.(
Sa.le of s.lioei hlio .s..............1. 1.0(
Ex litures............................ 21 (;. .4
Illatln. 1i on han d........ ............ ;l,.:12.47
Til'l liatid then ,alj'lltrned.l to) Monday.
Novetaidr :Ild.

ror Salo at a Bargain.
The i1 .f sw', (of se.', of S :1. :l1. Tw\p.
IS, 'Keilthi lt"tn- ".'. E., .iitai.ing 2?<
a.res., liing alotut m111nile. north of IOak
IHill station n 111 If. E. ('. Ily. Tihe al.v
o11tains al.nlt 7 a sviery lainl. illn Florida. 11141nd is situtvE
withiin :2-* yarlds (of it rainaril rt lll:1
now in use.. vwhichl wonhul thollshililyv
drain thlle 1iis1 k la1ilds lt a lt l s i.,as ol s of
flae ye ar. Tit lIe I rf.-t l'rice .15(1.
In<|,liri ,f El1w. Flit7z--.rall. l;iytonVi.
You Know What You Are Taking
\Vllhl yu i e ;r ,'. '';is ,.l,.-s. h'hill
Toi' i l. alns tlih f,)rTIiil:i is |lhiinly
|iJ l \iiLh W i l .1t it i
is siniillv iv iisi;f ll1 iiiil., illn t:alt'. ss
firm. N, ('lIrs. No> I'ai'. Sce.

Direct Ship To lBoton.
T'ie Oh-ri Staiamn ('Cmijainy of Saivain-
nah li a1tiiin eis t Iat tihey will forward
tlnsir S. S. "City of Ii iiininghlimn" i'from
Savannah to IoIstotn lirs'.-t .omn1'lnisdayV
(htoli.r thli., in t1e afternoon., and will
'arry pI's:oini'rs. This will I an ex-
.-1llI,,t olitIq ) rItl1nity fo ,Ir .Illir s ,(Isirii ig
to sail din, 't to Itostoin llillihit liat hn,'-.
I'orfirt Illhr itifuirlimst simi ;and fior choice
stiatrin' l r,-sl\'Vitsit,.. I;l sin o(r write
Wtalt.-r IatwVkins. s(22, lW .\i'nlt. i \V.
tay St.. .Iaksoniville.

To Cure a Cold in one Day.
"i'ak-l.;vati', lh ..) (iilinil.'. T'allhts"
All drln gi.-ists .n-funald ti1. nilnii y if it faiils
toe) E -. K. w\. W .i* lo ov ,'s ili;itile sil
a" h 1i,4\; 2'. ,.

Its~.is-1 Ihe 114stla 'l.

lo I w alssnt your su iils i|'ll ion
yosur lais.l.


I's114: 1: II1 :11., A:i 11:llrs 1ls fisil 11h4s

Thes.%% usispl 114411 %%ill 's-'ill hav-ths 4 Ie ss.t
,osf tlss is-s- 111:111.
II ls 5WI Own S\\ t 4-- t Il114 H., :1-4.als is li
tifid(il 411 Ilienairkci
. 41d 11111 noot all s l 16i -4- ga itlssds I.i Iss:1. l
%%r silI.. l int llsit 11 f IIIis- llIw ai -'.l

Of Iicc

A <'Urlqous Slate of AtTnlr.
Yol ll.n st I. %,'r"y atisills !1W" 3y 1
treat ysiir isighilor in Isle (f J.ersy,
for Ile' ic:n have ysi arrested on tlit- i
slirh.tc..t jprte'.xt :;idl 1 if hs he is a H A I
.Tr:4l,I- ag, a :l:inst you (In bring alliit
such a calatnity Iby simply giving a tic-
tioiiil m '- the nealst lawyer. TheI- latlcr will ds,-
h ialll ;I lil le and should you de-cline to
pay it lie will c:uise yo)u to) be thrown
into prisonI to await trial. Then, even if
you a:re acequitted on the ground that
the hli:irge Is niuidnfolr dhll. youl have alb-
solutely no claim nagaiinst your perseciu-
tor. tlihough you ialy have suffered a
Couple of lontlis' imirisonin'it for
i nothini.-London Tit Hits. FINE
D Barin as Tnu Collector.
In the olden days candles were taxed
articlha, and it was the duty of turnss.
as an excise otticer, to see that the
tax was not evaded, lie generally Nl 1'-,,,,
looked the other way, however. as .
when passing through the kitchen one
night at William Lorimer's of Ken-
nishall, where the guidewife was busy
making candles, he minerely remarked,
"Faith. madam, ye're thlrang the .,
nicht." and passed into the parlor.--
Blackwood'a Magazino.

411mAdiiier mn vr a o h i^n D

!#::Il ,aimn Lnafaive BroauoaQduihie T~bk
15l~ am11 Sheremedy tQm4 ase s dftMe

111 5 IlIII

S'hir'ts and C(ollar's
!)S1141 1



akm jydo No 9 aaymy um o d
"Ma fA = Own@.AmiWks Ro; dosno bbs
Oft Povtm Mis drum.,%%Ab an tra s, b
I'iimanysb Was om I- toibm b.umsaa go*

Bhed&&p ad hfm W ip as an hM
omphbwm mu~mafor 2 dayso 1.


W. F. Gi, Jr., & Co.


Handsome line of Pillow Cover and

Fanco Articles just received.

North lBeaclh Stnret. 9-0

P:i.LA-irit' A RIx, I'Proprietorm.

Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
\W ...I. wenl 'llte 4 'et ,all t ra;tins an take pailszwn sr to, any part of tkh city.
Trunks deliveril iprinmiptly. Stahblh orpies ite Public School.
Telephone 27


: F, l Gie r &C, O Leading
W Fi Druggists

STh Largest aindi Most 'Complete Stock o
of I)rugs in llaytin;li. l'Prescriitioi ns I o)ni- 0
Spoilundled Ily l tgisternld Pharnir ist (only.

% Perfumery and Toilet Articles. %F
TRY ( ll t INE. T.AR 1 '(; II II.SA.M-23 centss a bottle.
SB*ach Street. 'P W DAYTONA, FLOKI D A 0
******************* 0****************************

(IN(I'(oI t (IIATED))


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Sidings Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.

'Phone 83
es and Y.-rds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager

(AGODW IN, Iroprietor


Henre S'hmldt. .

Moss and Fiber Mattresss.
eiahlr in S vndsl Handl Furnitunre andl Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made -m
fIenrh St. and Itlkrview Ave. U

i 11 1I l-lit II fiillh i IfIffHIIMl6M1aBM III-

I~tt H MM*1 t 1

We. are about to open wood I
anti exjwimt the firmt cnmwd [O
.Nov. 15th. Our price wbe P0&-
Telepbme lginfr W
-*-*-II f i ill~'&I~nh

E. 1)ILI ,II(lAM. Proprietor.
McClellan ( Edwards, Manaderm.
Mold Soll Sang, Scrol Sawing, Turnit ik
^l.. J \17.-4 VI .-.11 ('.h).i .hm ., olonihl(_.dniPotch~r iL l
Work and Wood Yard Pulley.n MdI. to order.

H." a .S-4ect Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toizt Articles.

0 it .1 %I J IN ES. 1w-. llsriq s4 11. 4:111i Is. 1-1 mn lto,tel 11 -(f,. 4.sionally during bomj
l~s~jl4.; isli,,lsssh:. iiitl~i. 9 I o ii I aII~. mi.; 2:14) tW 4:30 p. a.

Trowell's Express 41 Baggagle Line 0

Oifise ill 11i4' I'ltl- 01-1.114I111.1-14-- ShIMls.


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

Fresh fleats.

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



Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.


B. Green

Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Ho,. -

Water Heating. A

Agent for the Erics-son




lull S ,llh;l I l0acks-Liit lng
Horse-Shoen g~n .5:Md 1s~ rl1


ilatvts 05:1. I-'

aw and Planing Mills




North Ridijewo~kd

The Nation's

"SAN MATEO" Best Cigar.
It's all Florida.
Whyv buy impo rtceld eigar, mad, fIrs m la vy tiro pihil t l;iE',. dtored with olpim
aidl @ ,Iths. rlri-t.s, w n,.n 3"" s-ain hla, t .hi -'.i0 i h I .;is ra at a flve-cent pIic ?

- V.


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.

.igiili.i Av. n. I'. E. i '. Iy. (\.-t ,f l'.stohffiE .)

Cornor ReschlStrect and Second.-Av*nuo.





It. F. 'I'RiplVE'Ll., Proprietor,




11, I'l. 1.,!1 .1 ..) IIH Ili-II ;III L illik (if

Ir wEAmHIP .00.

4 F f"Savannah Une."

6w York. Boston and the East

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THEMCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
4 Sailings from Savannah


tlWiw York, making close -onnt *t.ns with New York-Boston ships or Sound
em. All ticket agents arn supplli 1I with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
ggea information, sailing is hedul. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER WKINS. ;General AAh.t. 224 West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
W. H. TS.Vk-. Pn-s atIl Manager. E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
y New Pier :5 ."No*h River. New York. N.Y. 3-15-02
.J. W. WILKIN:-.). Agent, i)aytoua, Fla.

Rhbl-..and Washlaogtea 5 tIttaows
Pbhm elphia eBoston Atlanta
A1, .I Chattaaooga Lowleville
C* -. aamm t. ReDmi" Ksanasn City
oki I Clewielad Pitttaburg
ChIcage ete.



SThe Souathern' Palm Limited
The Washington, Ri,-hmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Expres
iO Iml EAST.

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M1 W Ai I rWln Ww r.

Pallma Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
AseilWe, through "The Land of the Sky."
Thraugh trains via The Southern Railway are operated il
.m efti.. with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

I f Ttkebt via Sktbern Railway. Csrr-epsAde e ef Htta. I

ILH. F. CARY, Pa. Age. 106 V. Bay St., Jac& Fa .

Oid hmwWAgw4
Vmk i4D. C

Aw't Gen'I Pm. Ag -t
C. Aiam, Ga.


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.1UE4M No. 42


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In Effect Aug. 28,1902.
mN.Nm --rat 3- 5 WP.


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................. Meltbourn................. 11 N1
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...................baelldn.................. tIs a
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n .............. .tJupitr.............. ... e
.............W t Palm st at... .............. 6 a
............... Boyntoa.................. & a
............. Fr. Lauderdale .............. ..6 W
................Lemon City................ .. 6&
Ar. ................ Miami ................ Lv 645s

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IFOR. ~ IpEhl I lplZV on....em nrws~r

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Di bu rnemen t ........................
Balance Oct. 1.......................
Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
Balance from last relport........
Receipts for ilmothi..............



Disbursements......................... 749.02
Balance Oct. 1..................... 181.9.30

Henderson Grimett of this place. was
stricken with partial paralysis and
completely lost the use of one side and
arm. After being treated by an eminent
physician for quite a while withoutrelief
my wife recommended Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and after using two bottles
of it he is almost entirelycured.-GOo. R.
McDONALU. Man, Logan county, W. Va.
Several other very remarkable curse of
partial paralysis have been effected by
the use of this liniment. It in most widely
known, however as a cure for rheuma-
timn. stprains and blruises. Sold by all


The Clyde steanishiprs Iroquois and
Apatl-he collided in Charklston harbor off
Cunlnniitlgs Point shortly aftet 2 o'clock
Thursday receiving li:tanag-s that forced
her cnlltatint to run ground on Morris
Island to prevent her sinkitn.. Tle bow
of the lront.Ir is \was h adly used up. but
the ship was able to turn about and re-
turn to her dock after the accident. The
Iroluoiin was iout ward bound for Jack-
sonville. andi the A.lua'he was inward
Itr Charlsti. Tha' alight as \ clear. and
the,, wItn inly a slight ,ir.z,. A. mis-
take in giving signals by captainn Bearse
Of thlie Aialhe ior Captain Chiclihester tof
the Iroqluois is said to li res.pownible for
the av'iident. N.o one vil injured. mand
there t\a.-as cirularatively little excite-
nient ittiong the' p assengers- Neither
captains would say anything for publi-
cation regarding the na'idclit. The big
shlii tame togethelwr wit h a tren..ndoui8
crash that wouldd easily lie heard two
mniles itwty. Many lio Iple on Sullivans
Island wen, awakened Ii.y the jarring
and grinding noise us tlhe powerful
tinlwlev were hattered to splinters.
Th'le Iriqtltos drove other tshar>l stern into
the other vesse.l's hull on the port side
just at the break of the foreastle deck.
staving a gaping hole in her twenty
feet wideiiand extending elo.,\v the water
The bowm of tlie Iroquois ten feet on
starboard and two feet on the port side
were wrecked and from the hawse pipe
up the st< rn \%as t"\ isted andi wrenched
out of all shape.


The board of county commieilomia
held its Weular monthly mesion Monday
and Tuesday.
Minutes of lut meeting read ad ap-
proved, and F. E. Bond elected chairman
The following road reports were then
District No. :1. Reported completion
of pine straw on DeLand and JLDesL
riad. pro reson Se.i'le shell road, and
repair on DeLeon and Barberville road.
District No. 5. Reported three-fourtim
mile of shell played on Daytona and Port
Orange road and repo in on New Smyrna
and Delaud and New Snayrna and Oak
Hill roads.
On motion the petition requesting the
admission of LMAsie Hill to poor house
was referred to Commimioner Bond for
On motion the petition requesting the
opening of road from Volusis to Pierson
was referred to 'Commiseioner McBride
for investigation.
On motion Mrs. Lewis and Judy Mor.
prison were allowed the sum of $5.00 per
month for support until further order of
On motion the pension claim of T. J.
Snyder was examined and approved.
On motion the clerk war granted rs-
quisition for one deed book. 2,000 en-
velopes, and four receipt books for coun-
ty use.
On motion the clerk was instructed to
notify the secretary of the Board of
Charities of Washington, D. C., that if
said board will deliver the lunatic. Geo.
F. Calvert, to the sheriff of Voluain coun-
ty at DeLand, free of charge to the
county, that the county would care for
On motion tlie following revolver
bonds were approved to-wit: H. W. Pur-
cell, Perry Blount. E. T. Batten, G. E.
Ualloway, and the clerk instructed to
irue license therefore.
On motion the sheriff was instructed
to purnhane one dozen hammocks for
use at jail. andl warrant for $3<6.00 was
ordered drawn for sante.
On motion the clailn of Volusia('ounty
Bank for rebate on license tax for the
years 1894) to 1914 inclusive was defer-
red for future' nation.
On motion the connmmuniiration of John
A. Bradley in regard to the poor house
management was referred to poor home
committee for investigation and report
at next regular meeting.
On motion the criminal court cost bills
were examined and approved for the sunm
of $87.3:1.
The county treasurer then presented
bis report for thne month of September
with his books and accounts which were
duly examined and approved and paid
warrants ordered destroyed.
Statement from re-port:
General Revenue Fund.
Balance from lat relport........ $4:-33.41
Receipts for mnonth................. 41.33
Disburwinents............................ 02.12
B atlnce O.t. I....................... 3772.62
Road and Bridge Fund.
Balance front i last report ....... 119..59
Receipts for month................ 24.79

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WMKXINU. Manager.


Made from Distilled Water

Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays

'Phone 48

Volwala Awvemmo a4 aisalrod.

Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS. Proprietor.
Rates $2.00 per Day and r'pwards;
Special to Regular Boarders.

Attorney-at- law,
Collection Given Prompt Attention.
Office with Bingham & Thomnpsoii.

Prompt attention given to all business.
Otflce in the County Building.

D)aytonla [lctlical C()

m SI
orIsW' I*sLegature hse trames *an
elleda statute for the purpose of pe
0lmeg our game, ad we pMubls It for the
em*it of the Oasette-Newi readers and
thir fients.
SMt 1. That s shall be unlawful for any
Ifin or person, except on their own en-
elgae premises.to hbnnt.chasw, kill or other-
wise molmet say wild deer in this Mtate,
eept darting the months of October.
member, December, and January of each
year. Anyone violating this section shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conmve-
tam, shall be fined for each deer kllided not
nore thaa one hundred dollars or not less
than twenty-five. or be Imprisoned in the
eouaty Jail at hard labor not more than
six months, nor less than three months.
iectiona That no person or persons. firm
or corporation shall sell. expose for sile, or
have In his, her, their or Its possession for
akle at any time any wild dee' ,venison. or
deer hide or hides, and it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons, firm or corpora-
tiuo to ship or transport any deer. ventison
ordeerbideor hides In this itate at Ray
time, and it shall be unlawful for any com-
mo. carrier to transport any hide or Lides
in this State at any time to he sold. Ally
persnsO, firm or corporation violating the'
proiSlonsi, of this sectonll shall, upon eoll-
viction, be punished by a fine of not It-"
than fifty dollars, or be imprisoned in Ithe
county Jail athard labor not Wore than
three months nor less than one month h.
IleetonlS. That no person shall hunt or
kill, except on his own encloa -1 premises.
any wild turkey, quail or par. ridge in any
part of this Htate., ave only frun the first
day of November until the first day of
March of any year. No person shall kill
except upon his own enclonseal prenisiis wnore
than four turkey and no more than twenty-
ave quail, and no party of two or unore
persons shall kill more than slt turkeys.
and no more than fifty quail nl oiseday.
And no person or persons, firin,corporation.
association or company shall sell. expose
for sale, or have In his, her, their or its pos-
seion in this State any wild turkey, quail
or partridge save only front the first day a f
November until the first day of Murch of
any year. No person shall entrup any quail ,
except on his enclosed premlse-. Ally pIr-
sun or persons, corporation, as-owlati,,i or'
company violating the provitsi, ., of thil.
section shall b- punisLeI by a fil. n1 I
less than fifty dollars, nor Inore Ifloun tone!
hundred and fifty dollars, or l)e inmpronaed.
In the county Jail at hard labor not inmore
than sixty days nor less than thirty dii.%.
I-LAW UL' TO 1Nit i .
Sectiolt 4. That auy person ior p-.rsaois.
firm or c rporationl who shall ship any de,-r
hide or hides, venison, wild turkey, quail *.r
partridge beyond the limits of coulity Ini
which the same was killed, shnll,. upon
conviction, be deemed guilty of a nIilsdetm-
eanor and punished as prescrilesd in section
one of this act. And any clonimoii turrier.
who shall reirve for carriage or pernailt ine
carriage of any such deer tilde, veiifsoi, I
wild turkey or quail or puirtrildga- b. said
common carrier across any 'county lit, hit
this State, shall, upon conviction,. tl puln-
ishet as prescribed lti secthlol oiaot f t hi-ll et
Provided hunting partl..s imaiy lake tl.irA

d me

Ppr - 4

~-24~ w..

I)o you use Whinkey for medicinal or other porpom? If moo,
for orieC" and dewriptive matter.

The Riverside Dshng Company,
Manufacturers of High Grad Old Fa& omed
North Carolina Hand Made
Also Perwh and Apple Brandlie.
Try our '"Gond Enough" C'orn Try our twe *
Whiskey at $1.10 ioper gallon. at L pT for
We are situated In the heart of the mountain section, where the Pira el d
are iulade. aid can supply you with ai grade of good, the quality ofwhl i s-
We have subertor facilities for supplying our oUslto ls with higI- gmnoe gsk
nottice, and we positively guarantee evnry drop of whiskey that gosm OIs
We promised prompt shipmnnt. and expre_. rates that will interest you.. Gie
We guarautees aBSOlute satisfaction ld every particular. Aug"Wlyr

We refer you hby perni sion to First National Bank, Statesville, N. C., Ky
Stut.s ilIe,. .0 .. .. r Brads;reet's Directory.


mb eeio ft

Sick suok or by sielad
vatehd bybnL hdmn ~
D't k ina s wth bet

jnd a wi the torpid lier and the

ble to cme it
bo ado ad sirs p d torpidliver.
ft 0 --e-evay aiaey of dok i
Winin astim. asee a s p t eam
df Dim&-Damo~Mbt 1mk md bb

3 iameand tmilk.Hpp!!.w MsL

of ehmaing asnomuskblood,
the sal U.57.. 9od an-

Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
T New Haven. New London, S
Providence, Fall River. BtEton and

Sait rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Threesteamer
trvtille v-ry Tl'hursdiy. leaving JaIksonville as follows:
S itia th \ Via; I'lanit Systemn ........................... :1 p. in.
S iat ,.tli.';trl Air l.int.................... 7:410 p. i (Vast Miail.)
i'a.sniigers leaver Dytolna .t:29 am and
:1:22 pj m, l iiaking <'le4s' connclt-tiloIlS.
O Ii'. i!nl':-*rattl lin;tter, liagranis. rtsI- rvatilis, tickets etc., address
A Y7 D A 22)0 West Bay street,
*A W e AJ d g ll& a .Ja.ksonville. Florida.
i;,i. if. C'lark. L.oal A.gent. fraytoniu, Flt.

,Snecinl I n afQn

own gane home lth titIn in tllS. ,taAt w Wt' mA .. v V V mL,,% a,
but not for sa,'. To
section. Th .iinry t I.. CCalifornia Colorado, Utah, O ie on,
It shall be unlawful for anyI p.ers o to kill C'
more than live deer durliig any on. y.-ur. W ashin M ontana Nort
Anyone violating itie proi i fhm thi. f I, s. w ason the
tion shall be pun1lshled a 1 ni.i of llfti- >l l-
lars for ea'h deer over ti\e .. killl.d, or lin VIA
prisoner In thle county jlil I 1oi li'-, i iln
sixty days. W aetarn L Afliantif Reailanad

A TVN I.' I.l.AR I.If'N.E.
sectlonC. That all nollol r.Alde'n tr of list
State, before hunting for their purpui.e
of killing any ~hld d,'r. turk-y.or quatll In

vwootos IN M I- g-asuuuauu umuuue uuu

IAQUWhII I r IUATTAune'IflA D tTI M110 n ..

any o.ut.ty n th Mtat... .a ull a ppl o itn- e MO n ITLLL., UnI I I M Un UUQA L 0 LUUI I
S'lerk of the Circult Court of t lih. cutinlt tif ,
said notiresidenft pr.po-%. ,to liitint I hi. II 7d
upol onrthe payt opr f hln.t dlli, "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE"
the said Clerk by tIh appli-unt. the' i'.:-Ik
shall Issue a permit to) limit Ia uld coui'lat ,'.
onlyaprovd or I ti, et During Sptember and October, 1902,
shall not bt transfraild,. A.\nd ino no-ri-,-
dent shall be allowed to hlint in a ani c'u,,int tv '"r ,*FI'i' l|t- 'nwitter. iatt.s. s.'hedules. et'.. write to otr .1-il on
In this tate Ii hout ilr'l .hc,. iiiiln1 ,i / 17
prilt, which sluill i oiil 1 i E. J. W walker, F. P. A.,
has allsectioney collet. ad i. pm,< d. 1 w''t I 4 !.. ,r t '. & W. Ry. T ticket Itffice, "l W. Bay St., Jacksonvile,
the Counlty Treasurer andi sull I..- uw.ed C(. : \111 \N. A ;.n. I'a .s Ag.-nt. H. F. SMITH. Traic Manager,
for the pur po.so of pa) Ing the >exI.iei ,of ithe. Atllt:t. ;,. NasIhrille, Tegn.
game warden for said county upl*toii a -_r-
ra n t iss u e d b y I lie t Fla t t'. ll l'.. ,l -'rs of I0. .. "
said county; Prti%0641. 'Th sat Ill tilC% 'u 1t1i
where t e li | i,' i'lao lnt' %w iiti' Lh. to uil
Suloaley cullh'taed a it- prot ldh'ed Iit otill,. o'lull
shall be paid i)% ha.' t 'l'*.rk to ite, 'tounlt.
Treasurer fur Ilie at~.v o f hrI,' lMot-. id for''l-
fund. Any onelit \lltIil -it plta i -l n',, of
this !wctloll %ha ll II. .-,111t 1 % f4 a r lI-,t* 1 "o tlnoii l
ia d,U pIo 'conllt ti' ml -hatl I-- .- n o, 01 u ,%-.r -A
Slta,or In pr|i.; ,I in s I tsi, It jcit a % ll t,,( ..
over Wl da
mectioni .. Tha'i ti Ih% ,.l',a l Ii 0i! hi-.
fornaation sLft I I1AftoCo01 11 .'ft tilt t ii r f..r
violating ally otf ftIh, pro i0tonl- of t ft, it
shall e ent tl el te :a qhaa t lAall i l. a
half of th- li1. ll-ln w'd Uid c',I't'-t.d
Provided. That partl gilug sNtch I aiInft-
wation give t' llld w1ool u ft' t, m i i
tolantce of tult.

1. I laronl f I'Iy Villa Sun a,,
River Caiw iC(oIll-.y Ce.'ll, 1, t i a sttwl-!'4
typical of Southir ia fi..t att % l. I, a l e
purchased ainythilig fromn thn lIa.a'l h nt
"'needle to, nI ailtch ," Thi, !ris!
situated in a valh-y milt,, Iniil,.... f'.'lin th,.
nearest railway stattititn and tiabout
twenty ife tilet froinl the ltnIar',st tiowi
Mr. Larson says Ianm f avri.,l % ith tlwe

J. 'C. PETTEHER,l MANAAIVK. custom of farmers within a radits of
thirty miiil to inaiuv 41f W11n 1 have
FlI.CT I('AI t'OtINTRAt'TIOR%. plied ChaI.in.rl-,il'S wi,.,.n.lie.. All

Wiring for l~stritifv to their vlati i a hlnus.ihold
t wliere a dt tor 's aldvie',. is all,,ost ait It
i'Full supply of all kinds if ele 'trii'l the 4 esti I. Within at' ile (f II
Il,. a ua i.. i .. tt re the popIalatil is rl'l p -i\tav

app ancen an supp es aways on humi.

Rhtial attention to marine work.

Seminole BuildinK.Daytona. Fla.

California m Return,

Via L. Q N. R. R.
Firmt-eAlans round trip tickets from
Jacksonville on sale August I to 9. Co'i
responding rates fromnt other poiites.
Tickets good going one way and re-
turning another. Favorab le5tp-ll-over
arrangements. Final limit Sept. :jo.

O)f thew wilthinn thii' last t %\,Vl 1 nl,1,1lth.-
no let than ftn ou rteetn hlia vel Iw iat I.s 'Iii t'hl
Secured bly C'haIln ierlain.s 'ugiih Ili eitIIdy
Thist must snr.-ly I e a r- ord." F',r sale
tly All Druggists.

Rongh on Father.
Perdita-If you continue nucli longer
to play cards with my father. I won't
marry you.
Jack Dashing-If your father contit u
ues to play cards much longer with rae,.
I won't need to marry you.- N.ew York

If a man has a new story. hitter let
him tell it aid e-t It over with. ile
will not be satistied uutll ue du.-
Atchison (;ibe.

**It Uoes Right to the Spot"
: \ hent pain or irritattiotn ,.xif t on # m;I
part of the Ibody. thle aippliI.iiIo '
RO UND TRIP RA.TES TO SEVERAL. Ballardo 's Stn r lef itii i 64t 1 11il p .1'
Ilralrm0t relief. "'t gi .s ,itthit tli t.
POINTS WEST & NORTHWEST. sipot. rutil lntl old 1allt Alao h ;a ft 1,l,
bing it in to i'iure rhetanatismn I R

Tri-Weekly Sailings

'Calling at Charleston. s. i'. both ,h %:vs.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.


I)invi-t Servi'e I'st \,en
'Calling at Charleston tll hi \a .

From Lewis' Wharf, Boe"e.
from foot Catherine street, JaeklNMM

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
T'l Il'l'l ;'.\T '1, ..1ATKA. .\STl l. l" FN4Il S. I'; tl'.:I l i'l.I (lI) IAUllJ
I.1 1."1 I IX ,S ,1indI IIt,.'rm 4,diat.e La.;nings. ,,I m r .1H 11 \S tIl % K.

"i. 44 LOUISE"
CA 'T, C. H. I itm'K
SI' .tl' ltn:IN l TO)SAII.AS i'O.iI.ows:
I.'.n. l, t I .:allihte i. th, .l :itJacks.ma%-rille..'....."ii,.',T;i l.i. l. tt'r las at 5: ) p. ".
I .I .................. .......\1 nil,.y s l "'Thuas1latv a. t :>lUa. 5 o:

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
\ 11 ll i Il l' I'. t:t l n I'..ss. .t I. 1I I gat.' LIn L .... .. I... & .

Daytona Tdephone



C(onnwetionm with DeLand. Holly I
Hill, Ormond and Moundgrove.


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker *

)oors and Window S-&rens, Pl'turv
Mouldings made to order. All. kind of
Furniture Repairingdone on short notice
at reasonable prices.


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