- ----------~- ~ ,a
Sporting io stl
Bird C 'api and
S iwa ry's and Wiley's Chocolate always fn41-
4rwet, and repaired. All sorto of tools and n
Picture Fmranim Made tt
T O CanOmot Find
it iYou Want.... wy Oll
m s we were going to press Mason
CAo's. ad. was accidently 'pied'"
We did not have time to
it up before printing so we
the type off the floor and set it
"ipace just as it was.
we want to prove that s) long
On ad. was in the Gazette-News it
we are going to give the- lsoy
gk chance to help us.
SAI rsmt twelve Iloys and girls that
ga thisad. to Mr. Eilmonodscn. the-
-er aof the Mason & Wall CA1. somtn..
i-fd corenctly, lie will give a unik
We Bthewords just as they an-. in the
s Bmo re nor no kle All answers
- the is by noon next Thursday. and
! prise will be announced in next
SSew, remember that the t words are all
--iuhbet they are not in their places.
Ir 9 t we want you to 1i: is to lput tlhe-n
.Imle they belong so that we can slihow
I4m. neosn that we had th head. et
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WIT NOT TRY IT HERE.
-A phing business man of tlhis- ity
|M-rked the otifr day that lie thought
006m of getting upl a ch-lii of olmS hulin-
S.b=siss misen who for ti- niex\t
would say nothingg hut goold of
If a stm.ramnpgtr -amen tol te4laI.a mil1
3igated tie ty thtu- l v atlmissll-
that eala was all right. alnd proi-
sto ae to denmlmli-t rated thatit tf--t.
hw uIuppose ve g pt upi suili a 4i-hil flor
|It-Aa and try it a while.
, Am way, thio.e of tl you wio aIIv
NWlAdinw fault with your townii. its
6i un, its cher--w. -ihn ols. pnlir'liheri.
| papers, and every thilig iel.s. foti
RN 'r ake quit it.
.lle< have no g-ool word for yiaum
1" aad those who are trying it ad-
I e it. interests il every le.giliiiit<
eep your mouth closeel a whhil.
h town doesn't suit you. prtlolahly
Ssoom for you in se~iie othir pla me
your growling soul, n. frier-nl.
spare you most any tmine.
let us detain you, if you wantiil
your fortune elwwhere.; lui we%
Mher you'd quit grumbling aundget-
and help our enterprising
make a live town.
ng lin,**: viz
.A rtist's Supplit
Nelh oll lppllw
h. F*witng n).-hirniw for sale,
uachineryn, n>iinl l|rnlluptlv.
Hlarrah for Daytona! That gem city
of winter home is keeping abreast with
thle time, and on I)ecemtner 15 the Day-
tona Evening News will make its aippear-
ane-. ltaytonn is one of the plrettiest
towns in tile South and one of the niost
lprogmreive for a alibe that does not
pin-tend to lie a nianufta-turing center.
It population consists almost entirely
of lpeople frimi other s ertions of thec titn-
try. who have levn attram-tedl by its niatu-
rnil tollaiuty nind have either p-ne-maawntly
located th l re orIl he built renside-ii-s
which they i -4upyl in t he wintte-r; and
the -ren't of its Iiproimgn- sw a tuiown is2
thel ft that even its winter presidents.
many of them. hait ve so iih pride anld
interest in the iplal.. that they halve nim.de
it their leigl r-sidene ill omder tlihat they
niiay vote and in that way e-xert their
intlelh-m in I-hialf eof gooidl goverllinlent.
Not only that, ulit these l-iti/W-ns hby ail-
opt ion are also loyal "'loridiaIns. L.ook
at the list of s1 h ila ir- Sc'ilt f1int I l litna
to the- Stelts(son I university at I)-ltand.I
anili you will tnil tlIlt mitllyili f thalirnli are
sillS anIl d dauight-r of \\ inter re-sidl-mts
of I ;l.v t*% ia1 .
T''hy have thi rii.ht spirit ini tlihat
towl. aind it is li oiinl t1 n0ri-.I. andl
Editor F'itzge-rall ,--el liaiv no.ltlilin to,
fea r il -nlemtarkina in his n. i-'ite-rplrise..
-St. Augll s inl lveInil, .i-taorld.
THE APACHE AFLOAT.
Thei- 'lyr. steatn-.;lipi .\pia-lh.. % hli, hi
i ms luiliaig ild imn a a-ali.imln a \ithl tihe
st'amlllhillp Irqiio is of hile
Thu1 rlay of tI*st Wve-e-k, ofl 'af Uni inilgsIs
1'ointi. %%as hateill Sinly after'linoonli
an;lld lro#uglt llup to It li ci.. Ite ites
was run ulp on a san ldbiank just tff East
Itltttery. where she will remain while
umlndeioig n-pairs. .As stated in the
neWIspialr. tlie Apache waL-s not seo
-.riously injuill as was at tirst -uip-t
1iel0 at. The 1 lhl ill hl side i nam.i i y thlie
.stlll If th ltroi a ois sl i li l t .-\lteil its
far lt-l.iw tlh- wate-.r limni as "'was thought
alt o11he tilln It is bieli-v.d tliiat lt- ves.-
sel .an lIe political d up suaitie-nitly w ithlin
thIl' Inxt f-w days to enable hier to pro-
cteed to New York for permanent n-pairs.
leGeo1. H. Clark lias. the exclusive
agency for the Waterman Fountain 'Pen
-the le-t pen made.
HAVE YOU TRIED THESE:
'Chiii C4'ranlh.-rries-l4 cents a u1iart.
Fiiwn I -keral-weighiing a Klit IV iNtiInds, 2' 0 nts eamlth.a
Alpiha:i IHonie i'u-lling. all flavors-thley are finn-.
lried Prunes. Il'ea-Lieis and Aprieot-es.
New line of all kinds of calkes and crmTakers just r e.ived.
" "are hea Iduarters for all tlkhen-sh vegn-ta Ihle-s that thie market affeorc
OF WCAL INTMEST TO ALL
The work of re-shellg Beach street
is progressing rapidly.
Miss Edith Sehants arrived from
Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday.
Dr. and Mr..J. A. VaValVah departed
Wednesday on their western trip.
I.PVariety of hot rolb at five o'clock
every evening at White's, Clark building.
Forepaugh & Sells Broteror shows
will exhibit at Jacksonville the 27th of
Capt. George 1'. Gleason come down
from St. Augustine Wednesday, return-
ir.g home to-day.
J. H. Bowkle, a leading winter risi-
dent of Miami, registered at Scnmidt's
Miss taie Hobls came home from
Rollins College last Saturday, suffering
from chills and lever.
George H. Matthews returned Monday
evening from attending the G. A. R.
encampment at Washington.
IWlon't fail to go to Hendricks' for
boys' and nmens' pants. He can save
you money by purchasing from him.
Commodore and Mrs. Hughes, of New
York, were in Daytona Wednesday on
their way to Miami in their launch, the
Chas. Dobbins, who has been employed
atStiling's Bakery, departed Monday for
Miami, where lie has accepted a very
I Mayor and Mrs. J. B. Parkinson and
son, John Robert, returned Tuesday
from their summer's vacation spent at
Highlands, N. C.
Miss Ora V. Smith returned Wednesday
from St. Augustine, where she has been
taking a course as trained nurse in the
Rev. E. Fischer, a minister of the
Lutheran denomination, w s a guest
of Schanidt's Villa last Saturday. Hii
residence is at Gotha. this State.
E. T. Conrad towed the Ruth S. up
from the lighthouse Wednesday and
she will shortly be put in commission,
wit h Tini Collins as chief engineer.
lir. Worley came down from St.
A.ugustine Tuesday on a professional
visit to Adanm Sclantz. We are9 glad to
state that Mr. Semliantz is improving.
J.oniian MA ollum is acting an meat
-cutter at Howard & Morris io's in plae-
oif his son. Tliail McColluin. \i lit ihals ilA--
cileplel ia iositionat lin-ihaool's uimar-
The work of arranginig material for
thie Sp.keial Trade Edition of th-e Gazette-
News is almost completed anll thie edi-
tion wiill le issued about tlhe .Ith (of
lext Ini lth ii.
Mrs. E. '. Manitill arrived in lDaytonia
Tuesday. She will get her house ill
readineicss for n'iinig during thi- winter
season,. and then Iretiarn to join her
hiuslanil illn Colorado.
ry'Thl.a Iiag-st school ttll.ts on ever
saw for a nicklt ltaraies' Ntovtlly Store.
II. T. 1it M a ,of r ll. ctfI i -Litlid. 1111ha enterlt-
into partnership w ithi I. IF. Morrimeon in
thit- g'ery anildl mlt business. Mr.
Hlowiard is a clever aild enterprising
blsinicil liman atl iil 1 ill lie l1 .welcomedI
amoiio ig tlhe usimniss iitel-i of I hmytonla.
amY illiskaLt'-. tiiukt-cLs aniul liags of all
kinds ftr luiinch at llarni-s' N.ovelty ISteorw.
Ilimghmiuini & alaiy a're- liainig ('ii-
tenmsie alterations maclde in the interior
of their finliniture store. Every thiling
vv ill I.- ai rauinged so that thle e-st displaiyv
will I. gi.-aii tai the-' mnianV laretty articles
thl'y lhaLct fior s.al,". E. E. Starkcy hadil
charimi' of the0 ilinprvtmiieiiits.
ll'4"a tal hlndriti ks' a' In lliVy h/iaats frin-
all thle family.
l'Frimci<- W.. Waltoin was4 uunitei inl
niarriaige the- thi, inst. to Miss Anlina
tlaldridkl.' du.lmIghlter of IDr. Illt-dridgel. of
Farnmrs1uirg. Indiana. The erireniony
'iwas peI-rfeoiied at thile honie of tilhe bride'-s
parents. Thle couple will reside at
El Reino. Oklahoma, where Mr. Walton
is the manager of a daily newsiiapler.
aYA new stock ofe apls just received at
The lbusy season in fast approaching
and it is now in evidence to a certain
extent. The people are- studying about
where tey can get thi he-ste bargains.
Now is the time for those who have any-
thing for sale to let the people know it.
and the way to do this is to plac- an
advertisentent in the Gaiette--News and
it goes. Try it.
.t-Go tta White's. Clark building.
lteiw.i stnr4,t, for nice home-uaale backed
Lieutenant Jibb w%%as Ihaving his Van-
IiykLe ltard trimmed ait lW.alk-r's bart -r
ollp Wedneliday evening when a high
wind broke tlhe miantl ou th li ilmp
and the light tent out just us thejeob was
half finished. The good natunrd Jilb
was otelual tio he eiliergenry, however.
and held matches %-iile thte barber
finished the iloperation.
Large schooner for Salo.
Two msled lschooner '"Sunny South."
completely: overhauled. n-mpintedl, new
Mr. C. Cox visited with friends at
New Smyrna this week.
Judge Isaac A. Stewart was over from
the county hub last Saturday.
E. F. McDaniel and L H. Karn were
up from Port Orange Monday.
Attorney J, E. Alexander, of DeLand
was in Daytona last Saturday.
Dr. D. D. Beekman returned Tuesday
from his trip to Washington, D. C.
OW'Delicious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Burden were among
the returning winter residents Tuesday.
l'Call and see that new kokak devel-
oping machine at Barnes' Noveley Store.
Mrs. H. A. Melvin of Starke, is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. M. M. Godwin.
Mrs. U. J. White, of Dupout, was the
guest of Mrs. Edw. G. Harris over Sun-
OIdPresh bread every morning at the
Gramling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
Capt. E. H. Rice, of Titusville, spent
Sunday at Schmidt's Villa. visiting with
his daughter, Mrs. W. F. Jibb.
W. G. Hobbs returned Tuesday from a
very pleasant visit at his old home in
Price Edwards Island, Canada.
W1Call on Barnes at the Novelty
Store and get fitted to spectacles and
eye-glasses. A new lot just received.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bullard and Edw.
G. Hartis returned today from a week's
cruise down the river in Mr. Bullard's
A. McF. Porter has had an acetyelene
plant installed in his home for furnish-
ing light and heat. Joseph Osli.rnc did
D. Perkins Smith, Volusiam.'s lioptlar
tax collector, was shaking hands with
his numUerous friends in DIaytonai last
jirTake time by the forelock and get
ready for Christinmas by having your
photon taken at Harris' Studio. Peck
Illock. 'Phone Il.
The twelfth annual meeting of thei
East Coast C('onferene of the Cowngrega-
tional ('hucltes will mnee-t ill (rain (' City
Nov. 12. 13 and 14th.
Time Eurolean House- hniis liwen under-
going improvements this wee.k. Tlhe
building isn i-ing raiNeid anld mlloved baic k,
ansd a front pson-h built on. A new
color of paint hias also IbaI awideld.
R. B. Jibb, who hais miN-n nider tihe
treatment of Dr. Worley at St. August-
ine levcral da.v on a-conit of seven'
initanniation of his le-ft e.\e. r-turined
Wenlhiesday IuIich imiiprov.il in his eye-
Win. WickinLg rctiurned Minaday even-
ing from .ense-. whre here lie has In look-
ing after the new ire fiu'tory. .Mr. Wick-
ing says thlieyv have a dellaltlinl at Jellse -
for nimre ice than thely ';a:i in;tke, and
an- obliged to ship considerable laown
(nm Sitimday. <.a-t
will run a ISi4'il train from St. Ang-
ustimne to Tituisvill. pj;Lsinl tillrollghi
l)aytona at !:.22 a. in. Thel fare fior the
romiuil trip from here. will I.N ;5 rents,
buit lp;ts.n'llgers luiist Ila-ivt Titusville re-
turning at 1(1 pi. 1i. it,- samin, l.y.
W2ak.Thi railingig ltakerr v will put iup
lunches f, Or fishinir pa:trties aon vtry short
W. II. (;regg, of St. Louii. .arrived inl
Daytona last week aind left Moinlaty ill
his yacl-ht.the-(Orieii. fo rliis a;mmaiiall
down their river. Mr. rti ,A" is tint a-uthlt r
of "'HI w. Wln and IiV Wlirn. TO I'iatch
Fish on tlhle ELIat Cl ifst of Floril;L." 'a
hook that hliituldi I. in thl. hali ils
'l'li'- t (ranillin t:k.-Val -y i*s ir*. IaretI
to lakirt tilk, `s ft'r i tAti.s aMid l -0-41 it itimis
oil shirt noitite.
Rev. .las. Stniton. a iue-mial-r of tih.n
Central N-vw York confereince-. vv ill lra.iich
at the M. E. ('hurc-hi tomorrow. The pa s-
tor. Rev..I1. IIt.Hawk is away at itIl inig thel
Methodist Missionary ('onvenliti)on i at
Cleveland. Ohio, he being a d-eltgaite to
that body froml the St. .olhns River Con-
ferentce. R-v. Hawk departed l Monday
C.The Granliiiig lltakry have a linc
of hniome made alnliies. niiits minlI frilits.
DolirhamiU were arrested at Ormolid
lMopiday at the ititance okFredrick It-iiou
charg-d with as uilt and roblery. Th,-
defendants were' litiound over to tlhe
Criminal Court and n-leasewdon i$4l0 itail.
The GaLe.tte-News published a full ;A-
count ol this trouble last week.
iafWhole wha-at In,-al at thi- i;ralim
ling Hakery every day.
.1. 1). Shafer. (of N -'% York Citv. is tlie
first arrival at thi, St.aliey Hoiuse. !li-
will stay all winiiter a m il -"fgo a-ishinig.
It seems that lie haiis alremly started (on
his record of two fornmr winters. Mr.
Shafer arrived hi-re T'ue.day of last
weet-k and the next day hite niadle a start
hy catching a-four- mouind-and-two-oun-ce
trout. Thursday it ruined, but the fol-
lowing day he caught a six pound hals.
one four foot saw-fish. two crab and
Mrs. I 0. Rawson arrived from Cleve-
Capt. C. H. Spencer attended Criminal
Court at DeLand this week.-
Mrs. L S. Miller has leased the Halifax
House for the coming season.
W Geo. H. Clark has just received a
large stock of novels.
Mrs. Laurence Thompson returned
yesterday from her visit to Washington.
WIFine lineof mempantsand hosiery.
SMITH A Sox.
Many person remained awake Thurs-
day evening to see the total eclipse of
Dr. and Mrs. P. Bennett arrived
Thursday evening, and are again occu-
pying their home on Ridgewood.
-j.It's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kost & Gwinnei
are artists in painting and paper-hang-
ing-better consult them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball, who conducted the
VanDorn House last season arrived from
Anbury Park. N. J.. Thursday and are
thinking of conducting a hotel in this
vicinity during the coming winter.
OIWGeo. H. Clark's fresh supply of
school books just received.
Mims Nannie Vinzant, daughter of
unty Treasurer Vinsant, an'* David
Miller, of Trenton, Levy county, were
united in marriage at the home of the
bride's parents in DeLand on Wednes-
day of last week.
New line hosiery. SMITH & SON.
Mr. Rix has received a letter from his
daughter. Miss Edith, who is attending
Rollins College, and she speaks very
highly of the institution. Miss Rix "sys
she has a good room, plenty of good
things to eat, andl very pleasant in-
*'Largw line of winter underwear.
SMITH & SoN.
General A bei Sawyer, the smallest nman
in the United States, living at Key West,
was a passenger on last Saturday's
north bound train en route to Jackson-
vill. He will later go to Lake City to be
present at the State Fair. The General
is :12 inches in height, weighs about 60
pounds, and is more than 40 years of
age. lHe is a minister of the gospel.
%W-See the Silver and Gold Shirts, and
the new line uinderwear t Smith & Son's.
The nesidenem of J. S. Baker, of Turn-
bull Iay, was destroyed by fire Monday
Hight, with all their household goods.
The fire originateel in the kitchen and
must have caught from the stove, al-
though it wa.s s-veral nours since there
had Lb-a-n any fire in the stove. It is
quite a heavy loss to Mr. Baker and
family as he has no income.-New
MILLINERY OPENING TODAY.
Mrs. E. It. Moore's millinery opening
te-ic arn at her new store- south of Moore
Itros.' sto-rtoday. She has attractive
hits, more attractive baton and still more
attrao-tive hats. In fact she has the finest
liii- ever brought to l)aytona. The idea
of thle designers seemed to Ie to produce
tlihe most fetchling of styles. She has a
very fine line of feathers, riblbons ind
silks whilich ra-lel Iei1id tio caliture- the
ladlis.s lion't forget to rall thin after-
noll: r-nimilotwr sle- is Iwi-altA in her
NEWS FROM ORNOND.
I.. It. Kniox arrivo-d last Friday, lmui4h
ilmproveil ill health.
Mr. Shaw %ill build a new market
hlouse- oii thl- river, lill-r the- bridge.
\e'. armrl-'lail ti have .11Mr. Wilm. Wa'tson
:,'aicd Miss Nlihlr-a with us for the winter.
.mn. M.illigan from Iowa is with us
again andi is stopaling at the- River-Viuw.
Mr. Kvy. who was our express age-nt
for several mtionths last winter, was in
to\wn m Sunllday.
Lucihle Carnell has returned from Con-
nie-tic-ut and will soon leave for lDeLand
to attend Stetson.
I ars Bostrom is again at home, after
;ill aleice of about four years. His
frkiendsi are glad to sec him.
Our iner'-hants are still obwerving the
half holiday on Thursday. and will con-
Itinue tao do so until Nov. 1st.
John Andersmn has erected two pretty
i-at ages near the Hotel Ormond. One is
built ientiruly of palmetto logs.
Tlhe people are getting really to enter-
tain their winter guests. Most of the
hiou.a-s will opein Naov. 1st. A good
'ttealson is predi-ctld on account of the
Mr. Easley l-aided noit to attend the
I;. A. R. nlteting at Washington, but
liavin g a Itimore imaipontint mission in
New York('ity went the-r, bringing home
ai w ife and two 'children.
Thae Remo-Russe-l case is excit
little interest in our town. Reim
tlhe Russa.lls arrested and
tappatred Iefoir Mayor Wallace Tue
THE ARMORY RECEPTION.
Capt. J. B. Parklams Eatertal by Members
of Co. K, 2nd. BettasIN.
Thursday evening the members of Co.
K. tendered Captain Parkinson a very
pleasant reception at the Armory. Over
100 Imersons were present, and a feeling
eof mutual pleianmtry evaek-d thel atmios
here. The grand march was led by
the Captain and his charming wife, at
the close of which delicious ice cream
and cake were served.
Tihe "inner man" being made happy
the company proceeded to trip the light
fantastic to the enticing music furnished
by the Fielder Oichestra. Shortly
after the dancing conmmnentld the follow w-
ing parody was rendered by Mr. and
Mrs. Fielder, Mrs. Harriet Willaume and
Won't there be a gay old time
When Parkinson comenc home;
Hle-'s Captain of the RIllei,
He surely Is our own,
As Mayor of Daytona
He Is a favorite one;
There'll be a hot time
In the old town
When Pairkinson come.-s holie..
Capt4tin Parkinison in anl impromiptiu
talk thanked the c-ompaiiy for nri-vit-
I-ring him eso kindly, and ait the same
time took the olpia)rtunity to congrat-
ulate them on the improvement in drill
during his abisen ie.
f^^^^ ~ Al-^Vif
JOHN B. PARKINSON
Captain Coilmmanding Co. K, 2nd Batt.
F. S. T.. was first connected with the
Florida Stat- Troops in the capacity of
2nd Lieut., Co. D. Captain Chas. M.
Bingharm. commanding. His first co-n-
mission as such was dated Dec. 4, 1,946.
After serving faithfully and satisfactorily
for two yards ihe resigned, business rea-
sons comlulAling; at that time he held the
office of superintendent of public
instruction of Volusia county.
Early in 1902. Company K, Halifax
Rides. feeling in need of an efficient and
capablk-e commanding officer held an
election and tendered him the captiancy,
which he accept--., and he him shown
such proficiency and intert-st that be has
won the respect and admiration of every
nim-inber of his conimand.
ing a Gen. Jlhn It. Gordn passed through
o had Daytona on the northlbounal train last
-sday. The Hayiv Holliuans" andl thee
S Goodall Happenings.
Mist Ella Varn is on a flying trip ift
Miss Ott i. back again in her beantihl
seaside home. She has one of the meo
handsome and commodious cottags-o
the East Coast.
R. A. Arnold of Orlando. a sonofllMea
Arnold, is visiting at the latter's be"-
cottage. He is one of a jolly party a-
finds the sorroundingx enticing.
Mr. and Mrs. Renwick, of Orlando, asn
at the Surf Crest. Mrs. Renwick is a
pianoist and vocalist and flndethe nmsi.
cal atmosphere of the Surf Crest just to
H. W. Dunklee. late proprietor of the
Seaside Inn, has leased the old Fountain
City House for the wint.r. Mr. Dunklee
will renovate it and make it a proper
business stand again
Col. W. M. Shaffner visited the beach
over Sunday. His interest in this resort
is seen in the many improvements which
he elpi'u4rages in the neighborhood, be-
sides on his own property.
.Mrs. C. M. Itrnghamn imn recuperating at
the- Seanide Inn for a week or mow. She
finds the bathing fully as pleasant as it
was several weeks past. Sheexpecta her
daughter, Miss Grce,-. to join her.
Capt. J. E. l.uc.as., of the OklawahS
steamer line,. h is it r.ted. wit It his will
and baby to lhi. lhowll iin l'ala.tkla. Little
Miss Lucas wi s 111li.lh 1lt.-liLitte by the
sunluer's outing at old labrezew.
Mrs. VanValzah a11nd Lois spent a
short tiiin at the. S.-.4sid.l Inus previous
to Il-aving for ('aMlif iri.i. L. i will re-
main at th -on.ent ait St. Autaigtine
until the return ,f lir parents in Lk.-
Th services lit thlie Mtlihsist church
will be conduit, .1 *. '1aty eve-nuii and
the Sunday ev i.ig following by .1. M.
Garland, the pa..'-I" 1, iliI away at-
tending the Mis.iionary Convention at
Our postolfice is again looking for a
postniaster, in the event of the resign,-
ton of Postmaster Harroun. Mrs. Aaan
is thoroughly capable of attending to all
of its duties and a better officer would
be hard to find for the place.
AN UNFORTUNATE MAN.
Reinald Muller, a gentleman travelg
for a New York furniture boose, arrived
Daytona Monday in a dased condt
and is now at Schruidt's Villa under the
care of Dr. Walton. Major Bingham ins
been acquainted with the gentleman for
a dozen years through businee deaing-.
Last May Mr. Muller fell from acableear
striking on the back of his head and t is
thought that an a result of the fall he is
suffering from blood pressure on the
brain. At West Palm Beach he eCM
very near losing his life. After the north-
bound train had started to pull out he
attempted to board it. He was very
much excited and was on the vere of
falling under the wheels, when the et.
tion agent grasped him by his coat a"d
pulled him to one side. In the attebtbat
excitement Mr. Muller dropped hin
pocket-book and other article of then
platform. Without noticing his loM. ha
e C. C. Barnes
at e Nov
for anything in the following
We Are Ready-Are y
Tl .int pare here in .ea.
tiful desis and comfortable wgh
Among the many new things we desire to
call- your attention to are: Art Squares, Rugs,
Bed Blankets, Comforts, White'Bed Spreads,
Gents' Clothing and Hats.
We have a very complete new line of
ladies' and gents' shoes at prices that are
lower than the lowest.
The Most Goods in Town!
The Best Goods in Town!
Most Goods for the Least Money!
mww -- ---
M. IT M ALD. PrIP&' .
I MI 1.50 per Year in Adrame.
" ^ MoUr 10e per Line Each Time.
-t PetoAmre ate ].toa.
as~eased Ota Matter.
it. I I I .. t f ... r I t 'ITt
*A' thiI I 1*'llin1141 to H01r'lo Jt iil tl,'Vy
Iron T on ic ill n.v,.r f.,.. If therlT slthi I. ni
It supplies the blood with iram in a, s411'.1isi')1l ,d.l, -ap, thd 1 1t. i id1 g4o.il
naturI way. It is recognized every-; %""d I tfp'e iit...-111iil'(1,'l Iv 14,i,.1 hattbr
where as the best blood purifier and and lihilliy\ thito hins. l'hji l sv.,IitY .,t
tonic in use, and it has been used for .i,,l has l, aoit ( litth ,.ff. t 4,), tli,..eol-
alf a century. ...... .1 ........ l. ..... .
i inI NKES.
UIb7 1M U WiLELO)RT.
Tm S-&aond Diptrict:
IOBERT W. DAVIS.
A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
For Justice of the Supreple Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
For Railroad Commiwin ners:
R. HUriRON BURR.
JEFFIUSON B. BROWN.
For State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
For e prewntati%..-:
CHARLES L. SMITLI
THOMAS J. SPAIRKM.AN.
For County Tpnasunr:
J. J. VINZANT.
For County Tax Coll.tetor:
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Aawssor:
SAMUEL B. WII, N.
ar Board 'If Pulbli- Instri .tilol.
J. L. CHANI.KlEt
L. E. CAUSEY
E. F. KNAI'I'E.
For County Commissio.ners.
R. D. BR(OOKE
FRANK E. BO)NI
W. U. McBRIUDE
T. J. MURRAY.
a SAMS FOR CONGRESS
t We rie to place in nomination the,
Simml6tate b teaator krauk W. Saius,
New Smyrna, as the suvets.or of
Omleammnan Rolbert W. Davis. two
liM are many reasons why Stnator
bne would make as good a rel.rem-nta-
tifve t Washington am anly ntiiin it llh
8eootd District. He has bei ai life-long
Democrat, lie is a r-og-nized leader
a M hbi fellow men, he has been chair-
p a of the leading commnitt'eim inl the
nlntbe,heisknown all over the State.
he is recogniazd as a brilliant orator,
d last but by no means least, lie never
arets hiW friends.
Council met in regular session with
Alit. Atweel. oeter. Stevens and (i.
It wass inovte, set'conded anid carried
that Alit. AtwvtXl nt't as Prens. pro tein.
Millites of previous meting read'
Foillowig hlill]. I- M attdi andl or-
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str4ec-t awl41tvani wi luk.
W. E. l'at-nitch. loalt-i. -atv-it
ika-ill, paint & f ixitig nolf
(itve & Str. ethers. M05 vel-. shell
OnI lIk.allh st.
if tlito etof ivoom ittev4'4111 Al~tItI h
and 5I44'41a11 .-.'..ti'rt (I
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T'he meanest, man on earth is not the a1.ti''t.t l e~kg'itt J.ip. 't411I
one who dec..lares thaat li?. ugliest uldijdIllg'. 11"'40401 '.4.44- wall.. 41.111 it '.4.11!
takingg after" its indither. %-. bile the tine ht11411i'vil 1V itI'.v 14 F t I. ,~ 141opoldoi e
Pnoesating the finest apippe~at-4nve is a Jier. 4Aid. Smih. t I.ht it li.'. It 'tel icitip14
bet picture of haimsaelf. *lthologha s411la Stri'et-t ( 4 ehlliticlte N1411 414-.4 4lade.14--
a mlan deserve.s hanging tilt h..v il,- thai-hitilt-ill e:-11;at' -i1t1ip alid4
ithumbs to he nibbled ttP ea t lIt I o4,yelling r.Io- 4 1''.t14di~ 1'~lu-44
ducks& But there are others its nae'.an lI'
sadso very little that aitlcizt-a of the l'if st 4S1'ivt I I llimitc. iltr-i 414
ubiveied souk'iI 'reature '..1i~ielrattle 1gl~il ..44 ag' nd 44411.11114-iie.'--.-LaIei
in the eshell of a aunminaag I-irdis e'vg- e lh Ntix Cf er ;27--Oii 414i -Mi 1-:1,h.
they am the .iekltwrip hoeiget hMadl 4'.itha e. '' .te 11141 (i S11,11 %-th-4..4 111 d i
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Are spaiWkdbyusing nu- Litac Ifilel',r -IM.iy'l .'A4.t-. l.---l4II
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blotitebh,,etc., is to Leuepthe- Iivoi.'rtit go.it! -
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[4za~ve Bromo Quinine Tablelets ci-la I 41AldI F .*--r -- 141 ia il.. I-,ztar. '.
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Do V 'ou Want to 'I &,n?
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doLaw SO. a tme"
Warhin dibes in th- old wd-S -
year in &d year out--um drr.
MALARIA AND LETEM COME.
Y ELLOW JA The following from a periodical pri
YELLOW Jfed ia New York can be accepted as a
teml.TN.amassn 5 sk "A Iwult of t Ip oal faniine that has
M-heS i teov as weat not been thought of will iw a very large
to -was ano-ulated with Yellow exodus of Nothern people .to the South
withIv mineuaqltbito te, ind di, this winter, and particularly to that Me-
a tped to ogml for i reIef to-day." tion below Charleston and through Flor-'
asbove tes of the ed u. w e tie risk of uneomfortabll
Government, all of wideh proved con- ciohl da:t-s during the average winter is
eldvey that the familiar DnqUitoe i very slight. Of course anthracite coal
a dangerous vehicle for carrying M- will I., v.-n aer ill tihe far South than
laril, ,Yellow Jack," and other mala. in t. r. .lowr. Atnt.
hal fevers., in ti. .xotr t t l ower A tntlc
_' .M fe State.man imr t del'iindent entirely upon,
tei > l 44 c l iii-. o th.- North, lhavinig
large aind easily 'orkedl bitiniinous
4val p k ^l oositsi nll Uallalr Te\i )|eie
S"d an ali l llOi. ,.i, wo.,,I fr ,i, the.
S W itlll| formtSts 41fIt'e .1;lst. Ill I'll e.-ieS-
t\nu. r to. Sav, h..1ick..Im ..,ill,. .Nt,.on a .,d
j Augustaiii rei.l ,estatt,. ;i.,' Is are Iheing
'Iose who are e to moquitos d lhgrd with ii iis fiiri furni.-tlh
orothermalariali nlueucesshould take hou.Ws f..r tfl wmnt.. 1 .l unl,.,.s.spros.iint
warning. Iron is the fighting element -conditiois rmichn, t1h. w\intt.i r.-sort
in the blood and provides nature with hotels r ill not 1a101. to 4ill.,inli.hCldte.
nufflient resistance to ward off disease.
But if the blood is impure or impov- a tenth to th.. int..nliin gst. an1l will
erished, or if there is weakness, it haliveto ii ;.i as r .*;tly l;i N..vm4eilTr.
means that the fighting qualities of the T'iik rush Soiitlih il 1- onl til. pIa. t < f
blood have been lowered, and conue- ,,k-0,,. of ,,,i.r. W1111 Vii sill
quently there is danger. If you would lR.)li 4tf ,, hrt. aia.t ,. a i, illI
escape,ep the blood pureand prop-. I'n-an, '. ol ar.' fa:; 'ill tihat it will I.*
ery ourished with cheli;tNr to sl4iitl the \\in'ter it0 ti. South I
will do more than half the work for you. t softens hard woewr; -
grease andfgrime; makes dishes shine like a new dollar.
A The quickest, best and most economical way of
washing dishes, glassware. silver, pots and pans_
There's no substitute worthy the name. Insist
upon GOLD DUST.
Its IUffert I *..on the fledei, nd choi
iaund of IVooeIIt IDe~mand....
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,de only by TjHE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
w York. Boston. St. Lowi-Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
A GREAT RAILWAY.
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4 .i ,L 4.I-l.d V c.a:-'rot tell
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Do'no: No Harm.
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-wito.-* 1(141 4ie gettin.- Yourface n~l
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ed-el7Antidthen he %venrt eoui.-BItooklyn
IL Ceilleetlcon ll n%ftiit.
44io ir :o (1clctcr. ''if you
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14 4 v Al. 411thoex(pirt.9 (of Africa
44- 1.:i1l' 441.45. '.4.wlile' tier ;4l44'rtrt
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Steam and No Ww
P. 0. Do,26
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N-cforn v4)11have.. .%oujr phI.m
11. 11. S E' E1, Y. IM. A.. MR.
Phvsiciain and Surg
O 1Iive uand re-sidelve.;,127 0"''
I1 V.el 1l41. 4oPJioe'eitvRiigewood Elo
Halifax Music Hr
A lti-Monopoly Prices:
I i.-h ( rade ........... 2
',scd Pliallos. .........
S"(','(;I( 1 [111l Uprights I
Piano& to Romt.
Titus f w
POOL -os i
& ROOMS. AR
11. I f.
-, L~e 4imie-li.i sir'eel at tall liours,.
9:1 4 4. ..a '4't# %% s a s'e-iulty.
12 1.7 ...... Cafl and See
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4. .. I .-,
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the inew line of
Wire Grass Goods,
-. 14~!. 41oil4 .iiii Rugs a-d A r
4 44 4,41 I.:'. 44 1w,!
1 .. 1. li 44. o if .. e'e,),ik stove'e jst
We Know Our Busnless.
You wtuiJIn t p.ltronize at druggist who d(lid not
There is. Io) ri.-k %h i n you tratle hre. We have
ina.l thlie ,Inig btiins.,s ft careful study for years.
Presw'ri]ltion u..rrk is of vital importance. WIiUl
us you can dleplUd upon skillful service.
VeI. cin.sto~11 ~ckta large lime of*
Frost King k4mWsYesets orMen aA~
Frost Queen an444r'UlM~
c-)%, wl r ic l ''.:i French tia:4nll.
I'ertL rrti 1.1rtziothnagai414-IC0111lfind Sudden
chill r.-..-A al-tCouglig. colds, pneitawonha. &and
all 444.4.1.:i44.1 lung treoubl4l.s. Ju.-t tile Wing Lou
jChidU1 ,~g4J114( 4) 1hel.Paic.'. 5$3.00.
W. F. Gflle, Jr & C'O
WOODDry Oak and Pine.
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SJ. H. Niver & Son
44 4 ')I. I i f -I4 4'tI i IIg edainty1
-. .4 I.' -41,1 ,14' 4 :1.c i al.e ke of
4 ~ '~i' I'.~ 441 4,.' 44411day,
Then your liver isn't actiql
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
l'3M Houston, Tex., Aug. 1, 1101.
U"I have used Dr. Barter's
Iron Tonic myself and in my
ta mtly for over twenty-five yeaM, and
can heartily recommend it. L r sd t
rctleularily valuable to ward oem-
Slarai and other fevers.
..J. H. RHAT.
S and and Emigration Agt., Friasoo Line.
(S.Mo "ss as dew shetheumslilgse.)
Will H Stevens, formerly of Daytona.
but Iowpublisherof the'Clnaruont (Va.)
Herald, sys in his last issue-: '-With this
iSem The Herald begins Voluii.' 22. No.
1. To make a long story short we % ill
ma that we are prospering finely iand
going ahead every day. We started five
years ago here on nothing arid today
we have one of the finest country plants
ia Virgiia. Out of debt and money in
a An=ko la c grippe left me
aUf a hIleh. My friends said
I htd Mammption. I then tried
AvWrs Cherry Pectoral and it
A. IL lLes, Nokomis, III.
You forgot to buy a bo-
de of Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral when your cold first
0e on, so you let it run
da Even now, with
al your hard coughing, it
will not disappoint you.
ThUre's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.
j NV. N\ I i.1, I \ \. Ci. I k.
AL.a BBIKNXrr, Proprietor
ImStifully Located on Ridgewood Avenue.
Furnace Heat. Electric Lighted.
yagt ypar thiv house was owe of thw- ost sUiresfu! and an unsatied
iatron ii i unheard of.
WiU Soon Open for Second Successful Season.
Strictly First ('lass.
Ow- blitik from the. litf
W~illIN l4014,11tll flip
Rates. $.00 11 at11414tl.
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r yeair r'o nlld.
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PWO441 iSt r-it fav nag the Ha1lifxIfd\ lh iT. I ie rtII ji o. e I.tip :I i' tiql
tis table Il41arol is *'xvelII.-ut 'i. Ii I-hl tIte11 iLs
f"011o m tl I N w.t4 I ifhe t ill I In' Ii.IIIti f -lit I II fI t ll.
chdItiel e. .111141 is. I-lilttt 4014.1111.ile fr 1114 li i a. jg
tJ. iMl(OI.LLUMb, IProprietor.
THE SEASIDE INN
4p Mo it Ke:niii Ke Nt'.w i'\ -ii 1in li I'ie.r.
h1 1 N ..ilIr ,-Z (I ;ti I>:i ) I'l) ri' l;i.
Fhm lo aandistnw. 10#-%%'.1114141ht.1-1111(114-i-it 1:14I dtfill441Ow 44 itiit ii IlfIlli"
Itlill S .%IILI* .I I
ii EW R I.
D \\ aeI, (oil slort tLI dticean
W O Y L ) ~ ~ind Lof (Irv -\Wood(. ( ur
postal and we 'will callI. E. k I %' I 4 (I ,I-A [ :1.2f I fl A
D ry "I ne ;hhI (OakI Wood11 tIfii~el-
,i'il er. id l | ik ." I s1 :nlt .1:1. I,-, a i ill,
The Big Beach Street Fruit Store
H ia a i t i.llpti4, 11ll\ fillu i1 l; 1 if .ill killdI- i
i Z :..SiI i'd ls.
Hotel trade a r- i i all I' l i \11:1.1.. MA1;ih:_.
The Old Reliable
Winter Park, Fla.
Found ld IWRI, having -I1- inal 1 lridcl4.i 1 r,,1-r, l.4i.. -I"ii- (). t.I I-i .
"The outhPlurilda ColhK'le'l 4ml it li:Iil in' id\'.' :.i1.n l
the spring-fed liAk .f o(it ilan. ,- C t
College, I 1 iaraitory School
Music School, .\Art Shool.
Business Sc'hool. School If EIlocuitionii
i h- Es nlera t equipml ent. 1-.iaintifi'l ,1. .1t. I, I ,t 0lt.ii l 1:i. i-,- iu
f or ever% st leii ntl T h, u-h i it ii l I i nl,-1 1 i, I" n -- 'i.; lli.' ii'
r ('.illltfO llqi Jill ;illt] i c itill.
i REV. GEO. M. WARD, D. D., Presi
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD]
To St. Louis and Chicago
Dixie Flyer Route
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^ i tilm -l,,ini- i it l I1 I; \i.I .1 1, 1 111. "I 1111
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Vou knt.m w[at I .to u tI jk i tit
THE APPLICATION DENIED.
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dent I'I4'r 'I il: liii I,:rt of
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f I r % W ( !t'1, i'd Il
This signature is on every box of the genuint
Laxative Bromo=Quinine ratet
the ronedy tLat ear** a coad to oSn fdte
Vil'd I 1,('. lva lt1
MRS. J. A. DOUGLASS |
L. \,I:, :,; as,,,, u,- I
W. F1GiIi &C 0Leading
I II Ull I Druggists
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: Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
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* Beach Street. P DAYTONA, FLORID A '
BON`D" &rBO N D CO0.,
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
11;A L I.l.lI & t'"S n*-~pk
1. I T 'N
The V.lsimb Couty Court Convened In Octo-
ber Termn Tuesday.
Crintlinal court of rceor(4l -iomflielleli ill
Oe~tolier ter~ i Tuesdayv. TIher wrt~'ven v-
eral (*ontinuEod ote(il t he #14it ket. an:d
eleven new.'. ifonhiationis '.venfled 11 i
iThe41It1 v jeity oiitm-fld n m. 4I
V~irgiiinia itner. Iig, nv
wtout dan l.oives '.viIl
to lii Tur ur. e.hgmv
of dag erist .$ .4fliiei bltwil Ilji
grunw And) Wrsi*et:III,]Nit~iihantr iviPtik-f.
Ifiev.amsi \tjAID41 ba:ltatIto V.Twilet-. loiaf
4tm lt* alill wa iven ls.Il tirwiLthltvn.
MISI.t~tl a..rstai aiti Nt loitta.l t-riri.
C4 Mfet itie t I '.I s t.t 11. il
We an- about to oppm a Coal T^
and expwet the first earlo!ad
Nov. 153th. Our price will b rib&
M. M. GODWIN
TelepoeM elmbt *
DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. I)1LLI N; II.M, Proprietor.
McClellamn Q Edwards. Ma defs.
Mo adding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, hIn"l
IVT IYard. a ,n, J aOlodnialolumnsm. 'PorehCoAll
Work and Wood Yard, u i.. .a.to order. 'P-
4 19 DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY,
Nowrit IIE.A1 STREET
I.is" S t.l-'t St.i k kof......
1lH 'L;S FOR I'ItE1.'I1'TI)ONS, i'ATEN MEI)'INES,. IIRITSHEI
(C'MI.%I AND Tl c I ET SOi S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
'l 1 I ItIN -~. -r i~littr.4-:1i ie ioimtultei4I pn44.ft.4iona4IlaIy during bumi
I I t If[:- ii-1411.- A l ie It- I ktiI, 1.%. !11:00 tI I f141:30 1a. mi.; 2:30)to 4:30 p.* L
!Trowell's Express dU Baggage Line 0P
(li.. tin In, I 1' t D)i Vt l'>;irl.r 1Shl .
All Calls Given
ing a Specialty.
We now carry a full stock of fresh
meats, in connection with Groceries.
TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET
P. F. MORRISON
Longe's Old Stand.
Corner DeAChIStreet sand Secoad.Avem'.e.
* ess egg s....e..eeSeeeeeee.ee...............e@oeee.
Steam and Ho;
Water Heating. .C
.Agent for the Ericsson
1) i., I ,
B-U N N E L L' S
- n'. n
ROVC / 'I
NORMAN S. DAYTON,
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.
,l, ATl, li A r. ;i l 1'.I 1:. I R [ \\. f n (-tf i .)
It's all Florida.
ALL11 MoDaRn CO3WNtELnac3S.1
Rtates.S."@ pew 3a" -per weoa",~
Henrsv Smhomt 144. PropwIriagr
H. V, BRACEY MIUFA4o'wtrEm d li
I~~~ac~~rai' MtISt klkvewAe
II~ M m1id ib MII~tdi.MJJfl3Ifhl
W. F. Gille, Jr., & Co.
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING
I Handsome lIne of Pillow Cover and .
Fanco Articles just received.
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It. F. 'I'llf F%%"El.t,, Proprietor.
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I I.-,; t 1 -.4 fl 4 111 11- .; I %. %, I I's if, 11-ttIorill With opium
1wil -:III 11:1\.. t1w at it five-tvIlt prim?
"K IT7 v It A, TT -% 7'% I
W -I -2-9 %I-
I F NTn-rTCV
g "Savannah Une."
.,m tawa-ADLUXuoUM PLamO NoOn TO
w York. Boston and the East
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THEMCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
Ste New York, making clow e e tnne
Li. All ticket agent an- suplpii-.. with mnontlily ailing schedules. Write for
g. sal information, sailing schedul -s. tateroom reervations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. GCeneral Aient. 224 West ItaySt.. Jw-krnville. Fla.
W. H. PLEASANTS. Vice P'ns. ant .Manager, E. T. CIHAIRILTON. ; F. & P. A.
New Pier :3. North River. New York. N. Y. :5-15-()2
J. W. WILKINSON. Agent. Daytona, Fla.
RWelpmed WaHlasgton Balttimose
4bImaielplbi Desten Atlanta
Asn Chtattanoo.a LouisvUle
mImnam1 St. .AD*** Kafmas Citr
PeeueM Cleveland Pttstae-rg
1UTE OF T1E CELERATES TRAINS:
The Soutlhern' Palm Limited
The WaaM-gon Rich-ond and
The New York and Florida Xzpre-
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
1 TrMC R3I WETr.
Pamlmn Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cindnnatf, via
A ille, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated Is
-m-leni- with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pallman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
I Tr ltk vima Isers Railway. CerremaespianAeseelt
I. F. CAREY, Fit. P-- Amgi J0 V. Bay St, Jadicvflb, Ia.
a .HARDWIK, V
VYhqi D. C-
F. H.L TAYLOEP
Ain't Ge'I PM16 Ageet
RON B EAfTOSUT RAILWAY.
In Efect Aug. 28,1902.
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Mr. Laurm S. Webb.
we"DeftOb Nefnbem Ibi.e.
-4 Ird Oin dm4 of Bk which
wM Iteigrheetdlg mlied V.Wir
f Cw,-da dddc d t ryabe&t
tie. I s terhan m idassd s thw
iot meak, sao I kept as to g hIt
wesm e sisi md n mew I ma-mso
wlhspil.e I .I.l.md_.
wk pwile a I iew pite Meit and
m**w -=11 *kve ps= i d ***-r '
Female weakness, disadered
menses, falling of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They folow a woman to thechang
of life. Do not wait but take Wine
of Cordui now and avoid the trou-
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan-
ger. When you come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean mcre to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering -he endured. Druggists
sell $1 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
I (onnectNt iors with De I'I irrnld. [Holly,
IUT MTfn7'Y-%1 T
Cabinet Maker and
t l~r IP ,
Wood Worker a*
l)tu~s i'-.atiul Wiiid m S i. r 'n .Piture
NIeplilial ilig, .'m;I1,ti.& or do. r I.. All kiminus of
Iiiiiitiii'- ,' t..airiiig dcitin.-u n Iw'rtrain iv'
Daytona Ice Co.
'M. \VPURE ICEii;r.
Meanle' fri.-InIII iit iII'"l tWatet,
F'iwtw'%tqii h'i'' fri- lm 7 toe 12 S'inii1Y.-4
Volusla Avoun.a and Railroad.
521'. W jAI lSia. ae
Nl IlNi. I', %I I tNA. aN
MA:1 I' l-il
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California m Return
Via L. IlD N. R. R.
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Tabes.@bw the UrN..s 4wblem Ssland MaY be oxpem.Ift. .zIto&vs and dw
,~Wim sutW e bt "WIASrb(4 a~l a ofdepiartur ie as eMasse staed is so$ med
asumpewbold teufreponsible Mor amy dselawor &SaY eessqueamesarmiagberg.
UWIN 39mAMA, KEY WNW!AND HAVANA.
By EMILY IL WINmOW
Co"ANK It ,by ff.UKWblsr
Cyril Moore, lawyer, was not note
for the suavity of his manner nor tl
mildness of his glance. Both were us
usually severe this morning and b
was not Inclined to deal gently wit
his disturber. He had been interrupte
lu the consideration of an Importan
matter, but Dorothy Dale's brown eye
never flinched before his deep set gra
"Please, may I talk to yam a few
minutes?" she asked la her soft UttU
"I am very bmuy," be returned, "and
gave order that I was not to be dis
"The elevator boy showed me you
office, and there was no one In the oth
er room, and so I came In," mid Dora
The lawyer made an Impatient move
ment, mentally resolving upon the cen
sure which Wilson should receive for
leaving the entrance to the office un
Two little red spots had crept Into
Dorothy's face, but she went on brave
"You see," she began. "I"-
The lawyer again moved Impatiently
and frowned, but his small visitor per
"It is so Important, you see." Ther
was a keen note of anxiety In her
voice, but the brown eyes never wa
wered. And what was there In their
depths which brought to the lawyer's
mind a vague memory and made him
look at his visitor with a stirring of In-
terest, then hesitate and finally push
aside the papers over whichheb he d
been absorbed and say shortly:
"What Is It? I can give you a few
"Oh, thank you." said Dorothy po-
litely. "'It is about that position In the
Cyril stared in surprise. What could
this little, old fashioned girl have to
say about that? It would be Interest-
Ing to know. He pushed bis papers
farther away and leaned back in his
"Sit down. hbe said. pointing to a
chair. Dorothy obeyed with a grave
"Thank you." settling herself comfort-
ably in the chair which was so high
that her feet were quite a distance
from the ground. Her blue felt sailor
hat was pushed back on her head. and
several soft brown rings of her hair
had found their way to her forehead.
She lifted her clear eyes to the lawyer,
and again their depths vaguely stirred
"You see. auntie lost all her money
in lo(nton, and so we bad to come here
to live. Auntie owns a little house here,
and she says that is better than noth-
ing. And yesterday lira. Pruden told
her they wanted a teacher In that
school and that auntie must try to get
it right away."
"Oh. indeed," ejaculated Cyril.
"You see." she went on in a confiden-
tial tone, "auntie knows a lot of things.
She belonged to ever so many clubs in
Boston. Every one says that she is soI
Dorothy paused to see if the lawyer
was properly impressed with the Im-
portance of her auut's acquirements.
"Y," said Cyril politely.
"Mrs. ['ruden told auutie that you
could let blir teach that school, but
last evening a letter came from Mr.
White in llBoston to say auntie must
come to sete him right off. You see, he
attends to all of her business. So she
had to go on the early train this morn-
ing." Here l orothy stopped, out of
Cyril uttered an Interrogative "Yes."
DIorothy smiled up at him. "And I
was afraid she might be too late when
she caine back. and then it will be
such a nice surprise for her when she
does come back for me to tell her I
came to see you about it."
"Then she doesn't know what you
are doing?" queried Cyril.
"Oh. no. I waited till she was gone."
"Where do you live?" questioned
"Over on Rose Crescent."
The lawyer did not recognize the lo-
cal'ty. but there had been many
changes in the old town during those
years in which he had been absent
"Auntie will be a splendid teacher.
You see, she's so sweet. Won't you
please try her?"
In her eagerness Dorothy arose and
stood beside Cyril, placing her band in
its woolen mitten on his arm.
The little action thrilled him. A sud-
den realization of the loneliness of his
life smote him, and again the child's
brown eyes awcke that memory.
"Please, won't you?" urged Dorothy,
with an unconscious pressure of his
Cyril looked down Into the eager
face with an expression In his own
that few had seen there during later
"I'll see what I can do. I must know
more of her qualifications. I mean,"
he explained kindly. "if she knows all
i the things that the person who teaches
In that school must know I'll do my
"Oh. thank you. I'll go now." Doro-
thy slipped off the mitten and gravely
tendered her hand to the lawyer. He
rose and bowed over It with more cere
niony than be had for many years
shown any other member of her sex.
Dorothy flashed a confiding smile at
him and tripped Jauntily away through
the outer office. much to the surprise
of Wilson. who was now at his post
Wilsou was still more surprised that
afternoon when on going Into the law.
year's private room he found him put-
ting his desk In order and was waved
ways fond of violets. ielbecca. Are you
i still?" lie held the fragrant blossoms
toward her, and MisK Power.". after a
glance into his face, took thirin from
his hand. She held them to her lips a
uonlent, then fastened theinm carefully
in her bosoIm.
FDorothy was becoming uImpatient,
but to lher great amaizement jit then
C(yril stol dj down and kissed her
Then he turned to Dorothy. "I ani
going to 1nsk youtrn iint to take' charge
of one pupill" he said -"one who needs
Usher very mult'ih."
"Onle pupil"'" xclaiimud IDorothy.
But again initiher her auir:t nor the
lawyer seemed to lihear her.
SNo self respecting 'cersian ever an-
swers a question by a Ibld affirmative
or a blunt negative. lie always re-
iserves a margin. Mr. Wilfrid Spar-
row. a tutor to the iPersian royal clil-
dren. asked Mirza Saleh, a turbaiied
linguist, in regard to a servant. laji
"Is lie honest?"
Mirza Saleh was busy with the
pages of a dictionary.
"Little-taike eare-Haji Ismia'il's
god-tmoney is." said lie.
"That is no answer. I want one
word. is he honest?"
Mirza Saleh closed his eyes in medi-
tation. opened them and shook his
Iead, closed then again and then sat
burled In thought, his fingers on his
eyelids. By and by he looked up.
"One word, sahib?" said he as one
who should assert, "The task is im-
"Certainly. One word."
He shut his eyes for the third time,
as if lie would keep the truth from
popping out unawares. When he
opened them at last. it was to search
for the English of the word he had
chosen. When lie had found it, his
ftce broke into an expansive smile.
"Sahib," he cried triumphantly, "de-
"Deficient is good."
"It is not bad." he replied in a tone
of modest pride.
"1I will engage another servant,
then." said the Englishman laboriously
"It behtax would be, sahib."
I'li'ierson Giriniett of thim plauce. wais "'t (oes Right to the Spot'
Ist iikeli with partial paralysis aid a' *ion ;o in fl. irriatihnll i -ts Von .in\
,, lit ,ly ltost the uare of one side Cand allalhid' Stiiw .th ilimtli0.1'i ill i.
arin. After l-ing treated by an eminent prompt rili .e. "It I.,s liiht o i.
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miiv w ife recomnimnded 'lChamnberluin's iling it in t,, tiIr,,. irhuli.iim;it.ill. c. I.
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of it he is almost entirely cured.--;-
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W m went back to his de. H. i
tutvdy watched the lawyer as the
latter put as overcoat. hat and gloves..
It was the first time within his knowl-
edge that Cyril bad set aside an Impor-
teat matter. What had happened?
The lawyer walked on with rapid
ride. There was nla the air a sugges-
4 tion of the spring which was not yet
. On the corner an organ grinder was
e playing popular airs. A little farther
h on a flower vender was offering bou-
d quets of violets for sale. The scent
t of the flowers floated up to him., andti
* the memories awakened earlier in the
y day by a pair of childish eyes were
again stirred. Cyril bought one of the
w fragrant purple clusters, fastening it
* In the lapel of his coat with a smile. )Do you use. Whiskey for medicinal or other purposes? If so, ask m
When had he done such a thing? for privn and demnriptive matter.
S As b walked along hisiverside glancefellistilling Co pany,
- upon a lamppost bearing the name TNC.Q
"Rose Crescent" Manufaturers of High (ifrade Old Fashioned
r A sudden remembrance came to him North Q WJi Hi and
- of hbl little visitor of the morning.
- That was where she had said she Als-P l'eatha and Apple Brandies.
lived. He recalled his promise to do Try our "(ixl EnKugh'h" 'Orn Try our Dixie Re
1-wat he cld for h raunt.oh no Whiskoey at $1.1" per galiliin. at
a. what he could for her aunt. Why not We are., situt. i f the he,,art of the mountain section, whier. the purert of all
- call upon her and find out her witness are under, and cain supply y,4u withliitgrade ofgofodx, the qualityof wfich li
r for theosition? He P ed to glance We have U*il'lrhlr 1>f-ilite4 fir stipplyling our custoliners with high grade godis -e
tor the position? He paused to g iane noti.., and we pixl)ilvly cuMirante.. *verry drop of whisks' that go"s out o oar
- up and down the street We. promise promnipt sliliimet. uid il r,.ess rates that will Interest you. Give us a
But the child had not told him her AWe (uliranite. al.lui atlsfMnil id every particular. AugMt-iyr
0 aunt's name or their numb< r. Then it i *a*
- was useless to consider it further. ver de g
Still be would like to please that child. we, refer youi ,y prnrilsio-,n to, First National Bank, Mtatesvile, N. C., Keyr l
He was walking on when he heard .tate.viic.. c.or liriulstree's hIirectory.
Sa flying of small feet behind him and
- his name called. He turned around to
see his little visitor of the morning. -*-------OOOO--O-----OO---0OO 1
"Oh,." she exclaimed. "I was at the
r window and saw you passing. 1 *0MO
Thought perhaps you were coming to MLO
i "Well." mid Cyril, smiling. "you did :
not tell me your number." 0
S"I forgot" she laughed. "It's in
." They had been walking back Through ticketsto New York, Philadelphi .
I and now she stopped In front of a 0 New Haven, New London, Stonhigtoa,
modest house standing back from the t i'rovidence, Fall River, Boston and
"Come In," she said. "Auntle's just ALL NORTHERN POINTS
got home. I didn't tell her about it yet." at rates .OWER TII.N VIA ANY OTHER LrNE. Three steamer
Cyril followed her up the garden trains vtery .il'hursdty. leaving Jacksonville Wh affollohws:
path and into the house. Se led himVi ..........................11a.i. (etr it Liited.)
into a room opening off a small hall V.,t .ll an SvstoId.m........................1:1 n .)
A lady seated before an open tire rose i .l. 'il,l ant Air li.................. 7:1) p. (Fast Mail.)
at his entrance. She was not very ir l,....se,..v.... l.....vtoa .:2i am andil.)
young, and she was very sweet look- .sse .,., -lav 'e D tona 5:29-ani and
Ing. with great brown eyes. ,, t.in, making e lionnectiont.,
"Madam." began Cyril,"I"- F F itllistratel imatte-r. liagramins. n-iwrvations. tickets, etc., address
Ile broke off abruptly, looked bewil A TY DIT A. 224? W ^'t Bay Street,
dered, then ejaculated. "Relecca Pow- W t, ..k0ville, Florida
Ser--you!" ak fvill
"Cyril! Why"-- ;o. II. h(ark. Lo.il .gnt, )aytoii. Fla.
"You see,. auntie. I went to see Mr. eQO e e@e eTTa TT T ts goggagg
Moore about that school. I was afraid
you'd be too late. and"- began Doro
But neither her aunt nor the lawyer
seemed to hear her. The latter was B
saying. "She has eyes like yours." 45 I L o w ates-
"You se,. auntie." b'gan Dorothy T' .
once more, but stopped as Cyril spoke i ,
again To find you here:" lis fae al, Colorado Utah, O egon,
was flushed, and his eyes were shin- l
Ing. There waws a bright color in the Y ".
cheeks of 1orothy's aunt too. l)orotlh W ashington, M ontana the Northwes
was looking at her in surprise. Wihy. 1
abshe knew Mr. Moore. Then she would 1.%
surely get that school. Atlantic Ralroa
"Are you still Rebecca Powers? Western & Atlantic Railroad
When I saw you last, I thought that
you were going to nmarry"- "l
Miss Powers Interrupted him quietly.
"You were mistaken, but I remeutlr NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry
you had a bad hablit in those days of BY
Jumping at conclusionss" j' ZTYF DP TT'T'tt1
I "That one has cost me dear- all tlir.e 1DIXIE F LYER RO UT1
lonely years." he said. 4
He took the butc'h of violets from During September and October, 1902,
his Co1t "'1 re'ntn i hnie.r i-vo w ,,re, al-. Ito "