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Daytona, F~rowa. o*t. amm1mO
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lave to admit the "Devil" does sometimes do good.
though we were very busy opening and putting
Case of Beautiful English Ware,
we enjoyed immensely the results of that Cyclonac
We were much in sympathy with the one that
tod with a faraway look on his face, trying to fit a
Ieroll lid to a sugar dish. As we selected pre-
s strokingg our imaginary long, gray heard
i0xrwised that we might select a thousand-at that
M rA s expense.
MASON WALL COMPANY
'owwey's and Wiley's
br rat. and replin-d
* You Cannot Find 2
What To. Want....
I S*-gg ***g***g
at the Novelty Store
anything in their following lin. : viz
Musical (ooils A .\rtist's SUipplli.s
Toilet Articlek. '..k.t Knives
Sporting Goods mIananes
Bird i'a~wm ind (;|Is
Suppl6km s'i 1, Sinpliii,. 1
Window Shades Masks i
Toys Not is
s Chocolates always finwh. Se-wingz nmac.hniins for salh. 9
All morts of tools and machinery nr.tiiv.l hsr, .I11i1s 1.
Picture Franum Madne to Ordr.
Why! CAI on BARN1"
X~illlll~ll Oll lO inlO p ~piiO ll 8. 9O
HAVE YOU TRIED THESE:
Choice Cranhurries-10 e ints a ilinrt.
Filie Markeral-weighting almu l It1 pounds. 24 ,-.nt- :i. h.
Alpha-Home 'Pudding. all flavors-
Dried Prurnem, I'ea.nhe and Apriti.-<.
New line of all kinds. of akes and crai-ker- just r.,'in d.l
iPle headuarters for all tlw. fn-sh v\gtaul'l- tIh:l tith in.'irk,.t :ifi iod,
-----------------------SS~u9 6WW WY~
o, o Fernandina, hair-
N S 8t Democratic executive
noI Florida, recently said that
P-k fora complete democratic
iWe election on Novemlber 4th
0Ir better, and he was very much
psf'tioa i no small and insignifl-
Mit i hardly wortith considering.
Psition is confined to foiir(orfive
*and to one or two local candi-
0I a thing ns united and deter-
Ipoltion to the Democratic
(l* nowhere appnnnt, aays tie
has iheen notified of no
iaoiinated aby beil democratic
declaiang and the utmost con-
t it mtevery nominee will
of tie result of tIne pri-
to be almost umivernnl and
are that the legislature,
1lla hundred reimberp, will
ekM politicians that there
weah hainrmaey n thie Iemn-
of Florida, and so little
"DOOLEY" ON THE PRESS.
Hen- is -*Mr. Dooley's" tribite to i lthe
prea,. appearing iln lis latest a:ti rl'e-o
of his Ie-t:
"Th' new apnprs (does ivrything f'r its.
It runs tli' poliA force an' th' banks.
noilli aNdals th lili" k, u.iliishhly. mi t ir ls hi
klgi.l.nchliur, lhnplitires t ytoni. mi i'
riea tli ftoslisli. ,comfrts tihn ai llii.t l.
afflicts tli' commtfsrtall. mIt ut rim' sI
dead al' roasts thiiin afterward. TI'I'
ain't nillythiiig it doIl 't iirin iit- :linilds
to fr'ili cxplahiiiii' tlhie dio t. i'iir iv
thiranmsubmstantiation to (eomposin sal-
aratnu hiskeit. Ye caiin it any kindl iv
information y' want to in yIc'er favriti'
newspatpernltout ye'ersilf or alrny w. an
else. What thi' Czar whisper d toi th'
Imp'ror Willuimi whvlin elthy I re-irmih aio.
how to make a silk hat uti iv Iw it mat-
repmi", how to seItl- tl' t I col itiiike'.
who to marry, how toi gt on w% ith your
wife whin ve'er married#., what to feed thi'
bahbies what doctor to call w ahini .'vev
'ed twlini as dirted* all iv thai ye'll linhld
in th' pa- wrs.
'"Ti'y iaissd to Way ai manis life ans a
closed ook. So it is ibut it's an: o cii
Lasil schlooeor for Sale..
Two mnaited wchoon wr "Sunny SilIthhi."
OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
"Wool and cotton flt'eee underwear
at Smith & Somns.
lion. .1. 1I" MerCrory wias over from
lteLand last Naturilay.
Adamn Shantz, Jr., arrived Ifom I ay-
ion, Ohio, last Saturdny.
R. 8. 1heldon, of New Smyrna. was a
visitor to Daytona Monday.
Postofflice nspeittoir -red 1). !ecr. of
Jic'ksown ill.. wamN inn IPayvonai Tfueslay.
Isaac llradle-y. of lHlrtow, is visiting
with his aunt Mrs. M .1. l)vis nt King-
Carl A. K nm:ilp. ivtiirned MAlonday even-
ing frotim i at w, w.ks visit to )(rula a.nd
4 ;iinel ill.e.
Mr. a nd Mirs.. (4'. I l..eston lft \V.tdnes-
day for IIholM, IMuSnl. 1 h.1r.. Mr. IlMstoin
IhIs a iio.sitioll.
'm. Mhill, linm n arrived Mondiay from
Bristol, Conn and liais accetp a posi-
tion at the Troy I loIwn.
C,'WIWhen you arn passing ('lark's
weliry stonir s.t.p in and look at his
large stock ,of hIooks, niiagazines. etc.
bri. anti Mrs. 11. 1). Bron'i yIn lft Wtqlmies
dayl for M!.li'hIoIImI10, hoim'r 1114h-Y waill I-,-
mnaim in forsoiiw1time'. jumssihmJy fill winter.
('uonmodema'miiv 114ANIm'S. lhii'iztmi Iiiarrived
fromiiiNew Yornk Wo-diim'sday m idiitheir
pa LittiIlka'i 111-1Stoct reidrcim lmn'u is againi
Norinain S. Daytnvtmi. nrm't nod n'tl i'nm'say
wtimit fr'tsin I %asiit ito 'ilaitki. L~ive' ( hk.
Msr. l't'iri'e, of ~~"'asiiiigt tin. 11,4',was
ammiiiig la'-.t Sai it m'mn s ani i vakl". As
usianl. f- I m I nke II)hisat th
D~r. is. ltitsni Im r'sn-us. A% i i 1w'itt the
6 j'iI i ii he. sh t'%h 41i*.'. s a"4. aI--
-A ll '. I ~ ttis Iia f' :1111 3I''. i,1si lnii't-1
Its 'am linir.% I Itt we.Iit ~hsiai 1
Colo. F.'D( i~ni m'i -' sa 111.'u 14,1sit -1nt r i~ t ini
:nI\nn 1ti i 4 t 1 14.ti 1i]1.1ai w 1 t.41114 ; f- i llhu i s~I'i
t lw it, aL iitl ii uA rt1.rfi iiit'.v
M '..rs. '. li-'ll.4iof I :liiI o. at A :) ;Is Iiiong
W$IIneslal y'Is irriv l.-. Ir,. l wn. Ml w ill
Sl|.l e dfill' e w inlltir at ll-C ('l;,ii iil<,n III1
\ ithl lill .h lgihte,,. M rs. 1 I.. Hitter.
IlHugh li;-ey is workiii. at .1. lE.tush's
g 'rory f'or f 't fte we'1ks. Ti'- first of
Il.\t llinthln l lm.v.ll. Iiu sh m ill fill1 tll.
li',. 1 nl imll a %ill eIlnte' lih.i e'p-i ilty
of tll, (ih4 stoleol'.
Fi'll.'r's( )r,'hiiSra wa ill Ie. fIlly lrep,'iri'ld
ti f niii,.l, ir-l. ,';s iin i' f ,)r e lltertain-
moniits .of every lkinl ti his s 'e.si(m. M1r.
ie'le.r intll'trrils 1 i ti;i I ,' ,exiym.Ietst l it hai ve'
aI ,'lllI| wrlll 'm il in tii-t nmndl |l>.-,il ll a
l arinn'l ;l;ia i
Il !iIiI .\i\ I| J.l
nr"inl bla-ini -- i> Ml.r-" I':. M ixwell
Ilani kinls :|I 1 I ;. lr;illth \Ul, a enter-
p -nitill 'ni,lla r 1 ni. r iii.i-thitf l|lihi rnii' 'ists.
fils It l. \ I V, ilh.i o t ilinl t i ll.silessi lilin ir.
i l '\ : i.. I i;iii him aiii f;i r i .lick-
onvill,.. ;iinl wir l tit Mrs. M.1 iullr ti
ine t'l li, r h1iin- .iin i at \ ;il-hiin- tloii. As
w' st htll I; tl w,.,k. M rl. % nIill.r issiffiter-
ini fi'roimli h.' I ffl't oI f ia f:i llI I r.ic eivnl
hiilll llll ll i Is a'-. flt
:-.' Ini'-It I"', o I I .'f nil, |i. r hnlim lk ,ir-
'niii'.s ;it Ai il hA St on'
A ll li' sll' i.t. sil.l tl'. c iimlltilt av 1 irt .
w% r, llr-i tt .ih, \i\' i of n I lt .if r IiltIt ;i lY t
VA-#e-v f wt liliii inlri lm n i\v riir \ |,,v l ffor
lthe etiir nt y i. .. In t it .-1 Ill- 'iiinty
tax collector lis eJt iir;ill"y n'llh1 at ev:il'
I sii ss |il. ;i tiut thlis \,;ir li remnit-
tuilll, ilist l. I, ii ilh to ) hill). i4 liwe w ill
rniain li ;il his attirh ins-:ead of visitinT
tie towns bl oilttll l lllltYV.
Judge Stewart was a visitor to
Mim. Ollie Erickson ws a visior to
Tituaville lat Saturday and Se day.
Frank E. Bond wai in the eity yes-
W A good line of ladles' skirts and
shirtwaists at Headrick's.
I.It's getting time to buy your wha. A. H. Schmidt is expected to return to-
ter suit. See Smith & 8on--tluy'sn in t. day from his visit to St. Louis.
Henry T. Titus utrned Saturday
frnn a three week's vit t. Washington
and New York.
ik.Did the storm ruin .your shorn?
Star brand shoes are better. Smltb
& Son sell them.
The Oaks, under the able management
of Mrs. Silvernail, opened for the winter
lGen. John B. Gordon, of .Georgia, paw.
sed through Daytona on Sunday's
We notice Mr. Seamana' furniture has
irrivedl and is being played in his new
house on Ridgewood.
"as'Frpwh bread every morning at the
(iramling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
Mrs. (G. F. Jones, formerly of Eau
('lairn, Wis., has leased the Palms and
will conduct it this season.
T. T. Welch, route agent of the South-
ernl Exprnms Co., paid a flying visit to
tIe local office last Saturday.
Work will begin next week on "Green-
wood Cemetery," clearing up for the
winter, so the directors inform us.
Mrs. Troy feels prepared for storms
now, that lshe linn a new roof on her
house. as well as a new coat of paint.
P),We an,' proud of our line of mens
shirts. ('Come and swe them.
SMITH & SoN.
Capt. T. L. Rodgere returned Sunday
frotn his visit to Washington, where he
attend thlie (Grand Arnny eiwaualipeiint.
.s anll example of Dayloniia's pron-
I,'rity it might Ie anproi.|m to intention
that S. II. (iov.. tho' builder, has 1 nimen
Il1 his pay roll.
F. L. Corwin. rt-'lpnenting the Ocean
Steaimshii> C('0niian1y and the Central of
"ti'rgia ty.. slNent Saturday and Sun-
dayi in lDaytona.
(Geor-ge Rich is assisting J. R. Cole in
his grroery humsiness. Mr. Cole's business
has ltIen steadly hincnaning until he now
enjoyss a flourishing patronage.
-b-1'all and te. that new kokak devel-
Iping mialhine at Itarmne' Noveley Store.
TIm. work train of tle Florida East
'Coast lRilway was working here Sat-
urday and Monday distributingearloads
(of sand on thea various crossings in the
Ti..Tli (iranmling Bakery will put up
lunches fo ir finliinig artiem on very short
It is a ipleasinnt sight, reminding one
iof oldenii times, to i se the orange tree so
loani l that thi'y have, to lie propped up
with poles to, keep the limbs from break-
a'I'.Tle ,Granling llakery is prepared
to make cakes for parties and reception
onl short notice.
'lThe Christian Endeavor society held a(
Iiimsin.ss meeting at the home of Miss
Vi' itria M 'ollurni Monday evening?"
which cinc luided with a social entertain-
p~t.'i'he, Iramlin gll akery have a line
of howis' iiinle candies, nuts and fruits.
Mr. aind lMrs. J. N. Davis arrived from
(r;in:ilnii illsil8s S1insay mn.hi' to thie ,e-
li ghlt of their imanay frientls. They are
now very 'comiilfortably doimiciled in their
Y'VWhole wheilat brad at til (Granm-
ling itakery every day.
Dr. S. M. Worlmey, Jr.. of St. Augustine,
who hlias lite spending several days
down thue Iast Coast, stopped over in
iaytoiia Wednleiday and Thursday as
t he giiest oif R. II. Jillb.
'"Tl'imh lini .zist s'liiol tailietsyou ever
saw f oria nickleat larnies'Novelty Store.
Mr. G.A. Wingate is having the
L.owell 'i ittage on First avenue re-
niii(.elel. and has leased the adjoining
hu.mise if E. N. Waldron for a year, to Ite
iused as a boarding house, in connection
witli her own.
WV, )iti,' I;,in'I.v II. I hi ark's st lo k of Pt l~k-' skets. buckets and hiags of all
, s i. 'ti in-t e, r s.n D i yn Iaytonia. kitls fiior hinic'h at lBarnes' Novelty Store.
l',iw nrd l'iti z,-er hill. ,,dit or of the I I vy-
i s i ;i. Ii7;'', t'- N-t '\I% w ;iSIs ai t |>lh'.lInt
visiisI' to ;il1;i Siim l;iy 1a i1 l MoNlii ay.
M r. .'ili 0r.7- inl s.it lhliit .aytOlmni i.s
Illili'in 1p illa i'. r:- i mill.. TiI' m.t as ,t 1ian-Y
as a1 l.lf I iillilon d1 11lr.h s wI ,ri sien t tli
Ili t two .i:l-s onll inlllprovei'Itilll si Ti.
ia .'-l I-NW sk i- :i I\< i.,l |Ii ;tpilr'l : iln' i.
oie olf Ih.t fataii- -l iii : illili s lis i|)lt niihl-
a4 s f i i hl s ;it t- l.- ii -i li ll' ithel pll" ls lit ..I
ing of that cit\.- il DMily Itainner.
it.'i Fior s.llh c :lle p. il lalili.s', ti' ycle.
Addreh Il>o i29!0. Dl;ivlon;i. l'!i.
Ian ahal Itml'illr- ihs t arn-inirr a.'
iriae a. Iininist a in t' uniniis.t C.ie .
''it'l' t the l 'lii.l li i.-a 'lse I Ii a it t Ilrli
toi llha'ir v ll-:iIn. ;imnd hIm :ilr;iy s lihot
s.\' 'r;il. |)uis ll i 'i i i t.- ti0,. .l w it 'n si.%ores
)In llgiliy cill'.. ainil it hli 11 ,Oc sii;_'.,ist,1"
ll:it ;i lir-t c!;iss san ,s:m-, f. i,-,Iry wov lihl
-irik- I a l niitanza7 i ll I"I, ,0nt.iii (i ty.
"I'li01e aii sonil \;ihln il,], dioh s here.
th.ir ownlers.- vahlilil ir hiii iall Ilthe wilay
frolm ',i to 4 .-) 0 l-'i00 it. is thlee illn lh ilan1
Mrs. Ienn isNiland arrived Monday
fr(,iml New York, when, she has lieen
visit ig with friends since the closing of
tihe< ;rant House., in tine CatskiPl Moun-
taini.s. Mrs. IN4dspland is thIe popular
lmoaess of thle Hotel Despannd anm haas
a hinst of friends in Daytona. all of who
Vtelo'in her return.
DR. G. MORTON MARCUS,
''l'm faiimous opticiian, lina returned to
ID);itonaii and can ie consulted on the
,ey."-.. frel'e of charge,, at S Ikach Street.
ii'\t to .Moore Iros. Eyesight tested
f r'e -y h-1, e of the most renowned and
stci'lessfiii as well as reliable opticians in
their I'. S. Dr. Mlan-us hias the modern
apipliant@e for msientific adjustment of
hls.-e. to tihe eye. Thien is no optician
in the I united States who enjoys the con.
lideniie of tihe people more than Dr.
Man-us. His nanw is a familiar word
throughout this section of country. He
ha ilil iroilllv adlisniteld -l.hi- t. tk t
Mrs. W. F. Jibb went to Titusville last
i Saturday and wil return today.
Mrs. W. W. Carter attended the camp-
meeting at Titoeville lat Sunday.
Ms. W. H. Peck returned Thursday
evening from her summer's visit in the
W'The best stock of underwear for all
the family to be found in the city at
Commodore and Mrs. J. G. Brown
arrived from Marshalltown, Iowa, Thure-
McCoy Brothers have sold the launch,
"Yankee' Ioodle," to Louis Cowan and
W. L. Bain arrived fhom Tallulah, Ga.,
Monday, and is getting the Breakers in
readiness for opening.
Geo. H. Clark now has one of the beet
sidewalks in town. It was built this
week, and should be anexampleto many
W. B. Chittenden and family are ex-
pected to arrive a week from tomorrow.
They will spend the winter at the Park-
rTake time by the forelock and get
ready for Christmas by having your
photon taken at Harris' Studio. Peck
Block. 'Phone 91.
Miss Carrie Smith was among the re-
turning residents Thursday evening.
Miss Smith has visited at Joliet, Ill., and
New York City during her absence.
The mayor and marshal have been
around this week inspecting the side-
walks, and will compel property owners
to put them in repair were need d.
Undertaker Bingham went to Ormond
yesterday and disinterred the remains of
E. Y. Pinkerton, who died 18 years ago.
They were shipped to Lexington, Ky.
Landlord Schmidt has been having a
run of chills and fever this week. He
says this is the first timein 20 years that
he has required the services of a physician.
Mayor Parkinson has had three cow
cases this week. The running at large
of animals is becoming too frequent, and
the mayor is determined to put a stop
Vt1Mrs. E. B. Moore has a lot of
pretty hats, and she wants to get rid of
them. Her stock is still very complete,
and tihe pattern very beautiful. The
first come first served.
We regret to chronicle that Adam
Schantz is not improving in health. He
was taken to the hospital at St. Augusa-
tine yesterday afternoon, where he will
receive the attention of Dr. Worley.
sJlt's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kost & Gwinnet
are artists in painting and paper-hang-
lp--he tter consult them.
A. R. Edwards, accompanied by Mrs.
Edwards and daughter, arrived from
Narragansett Pier Thursday evening.
Mr. Edwards is thinking of conducting a
I.)wling alley in the Thorp- building this
i'D4.-licious home made candy at tie.
Giramnling Bakery. Better try some of it.
A number of Daytonians are contem-
plating taking in the excursion to Titus-
ville tomorrow. A special train will pass
through Daytona at 9:22 a. m., and re-
turning will leave Titusville at 10 in the
evening. The fare for the round trip will
be (15 vents.
iW'You will nmiss it if you do not buy
your drems goods of Hendrick's.
For the first time this season Daytona
was visited by a northeaster this week,
that came very near being a gale. The
water dashed over the seawall Tueaday
and Wednesday, and the wind blew with
great violence. The blow was maconm-
ianied by. an unusually heavy fall of
rain. No damage to property resulted,
IO'Call on Barnes at the Novelty
Store and get fitted to spectacles and
eye-glahses. A new lot just received.
Volusia County Record: "There is
one trust or combination of capital
which has benefitted Florida and her
pwlope millions of dollars, and that is
the Ftandard Oil Company. Mr. Flagler
who owns millions ofdollars of the stock
of that company, has, with the money,
made a (Inct harren portion of the State
bloom like a roew, a veritable paradise of
thl East Coast from ,St. Augustine over
four hundred miles down the coast to
helow Cutler and thousands of people
an'- floating along the line of this rail-
road making homes, and developing
ora&e groves pineapple fields and truck
farnm. Mr. Flagler is using his. great
wealth for the benefit of mankind. I
Having purchased the drug business
formerly owned by Mr. William Atwood.
we take pleasure in announcing to the
public that we will do all in our- power
to keep the business up to the present
splendid standard, and nolieit the pat-
ronage of the citizens of Daytona and
THAT MIXED-UP AD.
Nearly forty boys and girls arranged
the misplaced ad. of the Mason & Wall
Co. that appeared in last.week's Gasette-
News and handed it to Mr. Edmondson.
Many had it cornret and again a number
left out some of the words. Thenentence
uas it should have been was: "Mason &
Wall Company have a very complete line
of crockery and queenoware."
The following is a list of the twelve
boys and girls who were first to hand in
the sentence correctly arranged, each of
whom will reeelve a present: Winfred
W. Shoemaker, lanths Bond, Joseph
Brown, William Odum, Hewitt Edmond-
son, Ines Barron, Roberta Hobbs, Pearl
Foster, Helen Babington, Beaulah
Knight, Clarence Bennett, Sallie Holland.
DAYTONA, October 23, 1902.
Notice is hereby given thatthe business
formerly carried on by William Atwood
has twen sold to Messrs. W. Maxwell
Hankins and I. G. Bradley. who will
continue tl. name under the name of The
Atwood i'armacy, in which I shall have
no interest. and to whom all bills should
he made out on and after the above date.
Peraimns owing bills to William Atwoodl
an re reijisti'd to pay mame promptly, so)
their aurounts can i' clohwd.
"PONEY" HAYWARD DEAD.
G(. L. IIaywad., l better known to lhis
friends as "Poney" Hayward, died at
Canon City, Colorado, the 17th of this
month. lie went west the first of Au-
gust, and had been employed by Dr. C.
D. .*-eky until twe time of his death. lie
went out hunting with E. F. Mansfield
about three weeks ago and caught a
seven' nold. which developed into paneu-
monia, and was taken to the county
hospital, where l died. Hle was buried
by the (irand Army Post of Canon City.
Mr. Hayward was very InKpular among
his friends, and was known all along the
MISS BOND WEDS.
Miss Sophia Iklnd and Thomas J.
Compropit wre munitedt in marriage last
Wednesday in Titusville, Fla MisA
Sopshia is tie daughter of Fiank E.
Bond of tlhe Bond Lumnl.r ('Co., and is a
very popular ying la idy. She entered
Stetson this year s a nietnilser of the
solpholire i-lasa in thie Acad.emnic It-
partment but found w'hool life too ted-
ious no she thought she would "take
unto l.,rself a law tustdelt." Mr. Coin-
proisat is a senior in the law department
of the University and expects to remain
with his clam until he reeives his "sheep
skin" in May. Mr. and Mrs. Comproplt
will reside for the present with the
groom's mother on the Boulevard. This
come as somewhat of a surprise to
many of the bride and groom's friends.
Miss Sophia is a DeLand gill and was
one of our "pionwe.r babies." She is
loved and respected, not only by the
old tinwrm who petted and played with
her in years gone by. but also by those
who have had the good fortune to know
her since childhood budded into woman-
. Fr L
LIST OF INSPECTS AM,
CLEKS OF MECTIOI-'
At a meeting of the Board of CoEId ..
Commimnionera held on Monday, Oct. S11 .
1902, the following named permons wsM
chosen to act as inspectors and ierks of
election in the general election to be kiM
on Nov. 4th 1902, towit:
Precinct No. 1, Enterprise: John N.
Padgett, Geo. H. Count, inspectors; Th-.m
Precinct No. 2, Orange City: D. Fmw
man, George ScammennH, A. M. Blafy,
inspectors; W. C. Cannonu, clerk.
Precinct No. 3, I DeLand: B. B. KPFlvt,
r. R. Webb, John L. Nucholi, inspWeto;
(t. T. Self, clerk.
Precinct No. 4, Deleon Springs: .
Blaekwelder, Robert Jones. J. 8. &Y.-
vington, inspetor; W.S. Brodrlek,dLk.
Precinct No. 5, Barberville: Jam 0.
Gade, J. W. McBride, Jeramial dily,
inspectors; Thloe. F. )rudy, clerk.
Precinct No. 6, Seville: T. E. Regish,
A. Il evatt, E. M. Woolwine ias..
tors; II. R. Braddock, clerk.
Precinct No. 7, Onnond: Cha Weth.
erell, E. IF. Rumsel, H. Stewart, ilise-
torn; I). W. Waldron, clerk.
Precinct No. R, D)aytonn: A. T.Si tme,
Jasper llrow n, .1. W. Wilkinmon, nspeJ
tors; EFiw. Fitzgerald, elerk.
Precinct No. 9, Port Orange: J. .
Vass, T. E. Bangs, F. 0. Sparkman, lN-
spectors; L. H. Harris, clerk.
Precinct No. It), Nw Mmyrnum: Fed
Whitaker, Gus Slie.s.. C. I.. John, inlms
torn; E. K. Low.I, cl.,rk.
Precinct No. I11, ak Illiil: .Ilh0 Ii.I)yaN,
W. C. Howes, Z. T. 1William,,s, imismtonl;
A. A. Montgotne.ry. 'rl.rk.
l'recinct No. 12. Tmnaskan: M. U. Cone,
W. W. Camnyle.II, Harry Aletti, isMepeW-
tors; Jocob Groover, clerk.
Precinct 13, Glh...e: Im.11. M orris, L. 8.
White, J. D. Mitchelt inspi|.tors; W. A.
Precinct No. I ,. Lake IIelen: Ii. W.
Rawlins, J. Willis w.-sitlak, C. P'. Rinsl,
inmixctors; A. It. COoley, clerk.
Precinct No. l., Clifton: W. I. 'redder,
SWeton Clifton, II. E. Z. Clifton, inmpec-
tors; Dawson Brown, clerk.
Precinct No. 1;, Stetsou: J. M. Temp.
lin, Geo. Woodward, 1. F. Culeord,
inspectors; C. S. Gailbreath, clerk.
Precinct No. 17, Osteen: .H. Owits,
1. T. Pattillo, J. E. Pell, inspectors;
(George M. Carpenter, clerk.
'Precinct No. 1!), Pierson: F. Harper,
S. I. Jones, Peter Pierson, llepectors;
Jas. E. Cade, clerk.
IN MUNICIPAL COURT.
Phillip Anderson. a colored man of
Midway, wa liefor Mayor Parkinhon,
yesterday morning charged with wie
Isating, and a further charge of rest,.
ing an officer. With t'ars in her eyee his
wife related to the court how her brutal
hubnhnd struck and clhoked her without
caune or provo(nition. Testimony
showed that Andlerson choked his whn
until slie was unable tio speak.
The difficulty occurred Thursday even.
ing albiut seven o'clock and attracted a
large crowd. Wom. Green, the colored
deputy marshal. attempted to arrest
Anderson when he turned andthreatened
to break Green's herd. Green called lor
assistance and Anderson was locked in
14. No. s0
~~Tfrar inner I2~~
tifu designs and cfortabe d
call your attention to are: Art Squares, RuMgs
SBed 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!
G) orton Marcus
TiNe Well Known
t EYEC SPECIALIST and
S hlas returned and can IN' P-ionsuilted on ti. I..ves
at No. 84 S1outh Bealh St.. next t
ECY S LE XA INlI
FkREt )O- CIIAiR .I!
ctadces.to Suit all Impaired Eyesight.
New Lnses Put in Your Frame
L KIINDS OF REPAIRING AT SlHORT NI)TICI.
New York ChiApodt Parlor
ns. Bunions. Ingrowing Toe Nails. anda ll Aillmenlts
of the Feet TREATED ,MITILOUT I AIN.
49 419 s
o T. CC)I4R.A.1)&8CO.*Il'IiIlI
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per ear is ri Advasr.
R OBEKT W. DAVIS.
For Secretary of State:
R. CLAY CRAWFORD.
S ForJmtieUol the Supreme Court:
R W.A. LOCKER.
kFw RailroaMd Commis:oners:
IK HUDSON BURR.
IJIFFIRBMN B. BROWN.
For State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
S.[HAlDIJ L SMITH.
='OMAB J. SPARKMAN.
.or County Treasurer:
J. J. VINZANT.
f r County Tax Collector.
ID. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Assesor:
SAMUEL B. WILSON.
For Boad 4 Public Instruction:
J. L. CHANDLER
L. E. CAUSEY
KE F. KNAPPE.
FMr County Commismioners:
.. D. BROOKE
FRANK E. BONI
T. L. RODGERS
T. J. MURRAY.
k tise absence of any organized op-
Sito the regularly. nominated
moratie candidates sor State and
0a01~.Ars, and the lak of the ex-
dhht ateadent upon a speaking
c smpam undoubtedly will have an
Garnet indetracting from the interest in
n tg eraelection this fall, every good
S MOm eould endeavor to be at the polls
Snmeection day and swell the vote cat.
6 ,ee at election and the failure on
o part of the voter to exert his right
K d ke, in a bad symptom as the
s egafMd of the people in our form
eigInermment is to maintain an interest
Adh from this, some important am-
enat to the Constitution are to be
S we apos, which have already received
t I sometion of the Democratic organ-
ia but which have notwithstanding
amt w* amount of opposition from cer
S ta t quarters as to make their defeat
pu sib less the friends of the two
m- I.m.bt. rally to their support.
For yeaMU the common people havesuf-
I* end Arom the vexatious, and, in many
m e- ruinous delays of the court of
l ie, ort. The work of the Supreme
S omset i behind for years and litigants
hetate to bring theircases to that body
bauae a decision in their favor would
ft-e be too late to aford relief. The
alammtiou i intolerable and bears most
S heavily o those who can ill afford de-
The oaty way of remedying the evil is
by emthamup with the business, and
the amidment which has been indorsed
W hih Dmocratic authority oIers the
et hod of relief. The amendment
d8oati 8 of Article8 of the Coastitu-
tio, freasing the number of circuit
jdges, i another important and neee-
iny ammment. The rapid inerase in
the population eof the State, which ex-
eed la pereeitage that of any State in
the Soth, except Taxes, for the past
twelve years, demands this inerease.
Ltit notbesaidthatit takts a braM
hied or a lot of political excitement to
induee the good citizens of Florida to go
to the polk and perform a duty which
abould be considered by every American
as a solemn obligation.
Are spoiled by sing hany kind of pre-
aration that 8lls the pores of the skin.
best way to secure a good complex-
iou, free from sallownets. pimples.
blotheb, etc., is to keep the liver in good
order. An occasional dose of Herbine
will elimp the bowels, regulate the
liver, a=d o establish a clear, healthy
eompleiom. 50c at J. M. Jones.
ws bisamn pi Th.e
Sgtlem Sge amma
bb"m dothmie. t, iTes
-tAm hidut to wraN bu net.
For the d btoted e mitiag
taih, "at erves aone that
am& a ver- adw mW, h"ave.
ymM k got auto
Wbha you a Dr. Harte bm
oc belpin to remw
ate ate every fiber of youe
aeUtvityour kidneysnd r;
and you ae feeding and revi l
bag your nerroum sy tea o
ammuot do thin without getting
well, and you manot take Dr. ar.
flt Iem Tate without dolng It.
emmaa, ILa., ReO. am. -
Iftsr. r Ms Ce Lb., 06
gSlnam:-l nshea. itaU om-
ma Dr. Hartrms Iron e as I- I
bmly m teeIt Is the bast toale oan m
mtta. very spring and Rn
m e-mseems to he I en B od ef i
nd for te past there yea
--aaa a b ?e Seqyour tonic SI'm
as yer. He. Jmom J. Fuazaouu
FOR. SALB BVEmTWUK3L
Florida needs more manufacturing
enterprises, and why people are so loath
in investing capital in such institutions
is one thing that we cannot understand.
There is hardly a locality in the state
that does not offer superior advantages
for some special line of industry that
would make the inhabitants prosperous
and contented if such an institution was
Tie want of capital seems to be tlhe
main drawback in letting these oppor-
tunities lay dormant,but this isa mistake.
There is plenty of idle money in almost
every community to inaugurate some
kind of a manufacturing establishment.
If you are not strong enough to put in
a big concern put in a small one, and it
will gradually and naturally grow in
magnitude that wonld astonish the
The raw material is right at hand in
places to form the nucleus for good pay-
ing enterprises, and it is a shame to let
them lay idle or let them waste when we
are importing into our state the very
articles that could be manufactured
Our people are too slow to grasp op-
portunities that surround them, and
seem willing to pay tribute to the more
enterprising people north of us, who do
not have half the opportunities that we
have to grow rich and powerful as man-
The list of enterprises that could be
put into operation in Florida that would
pay handsome dividends and build up
prosperous communities is entirely too
long for us to try to enumerate, and we
want to see the start made in earnest,
when all will be surprised at the swift
manner it will spread.
Floridians are entirley too slow for
their own good.-Polk County News.
The Bneat Prascfioara 10Malr01i
Chill and Fever is a bottles of GRovR's
TasASLMs CHILL Toxic. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents.
THE UNFINISHED PRIMER.
See the coal.
Where has the coal been?
Has the coal been in the bin?
Is the coal mine mine, or is the coal
mine not mine.
If not mind, where isn mine?
Has the coal been in the mine. and if
the coal bin is line, whrean I not mine
in the coal mine for my coal bin?
If the coal in the coal bin was mine.
why has not the coal Iten in the coal
bin in stead of the coal min i that
is not mine?
(Publisher's Note.-The author of this
easy primer for coal consmers was
at this point put in his straight jacket
for the evening.)-IBaltimore Ainerican.
0. R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays
River Cape Colony conducts a store
typical of South Africa at which can lie
purchased anything from the proverbial
"needle to an anchor" This store is
situated in a valley nine miles from the
nearest railway station and about
twenty five miles from the nearest town
Mr. Larson says:'"I am favored with the
custom of farmers within a radius of
thirty miles to many of whom I have
supplied Chamberlain's remedies. All
testify to their value in a household
where a doctor's advice is almost out of
the question. Within one mile of my
store the population is perhaps sixty.
Of these within the past twelve months
no less than fourteen have been absolutely
cured by Chamberlains Cough Renmedy.
This must surely be a record." For sale
by All Druggists.
IRSI COM SSERI KTUMIS
Flmh Comietomer John Y. Detwiler
rtemed to the State Moaday after an
abme eof six weeks, during which fl.m
he waspposd to be eujoylug a vme-
tion. but was really gaining information
fjr the benefit of the flsh industry of the
That tie position of Florida is an hw.
portent one as regards the fish industry
war shown by the manner in which all
tlme s informed on the subject spoAke
which mIautioning the advantages and
rewonrte" which Florida offers.
leaving here the fi-t dayof S.pte eber
Comlmisioner I.twiiler preceecled direct
to New York and then went to visit the
Gshconmmisuiolterstatioiant New flaven,
New lAoodon and Fort Trunmbill in Con-
necticut, and also tie Weakford Junction
experiment station of IRhode Inland. At
the latter place a through study was
made of the ex perihmental work in prop-
agating shell fish and especially of lobster
When questioned as to the possible
propagating in Florida waters for lob-
ster, Mr. Detwiler said:
"So far as lobsters are concerned I do
not think it will ever prove to be profit-
able. The warmth of the waters and
the absence and lack of rock whi h latt r
they need as places in which to secrete
themselves are facts too well known as
being against the successful propagation
of lobsters and the development of this
fihe of the work of the commissioner.
The greatest impediment is the warm-
th of the waters. Even along the New
England coast the industry is falling off
owing to the excessive catches and it is
hard to get lobatern of the proper mine.
They are comparatively very small.
'*As to our crawfish a fish applied to the
lobester but not having the large claws,
we are all right. Our crawfish will con-
tinue a source of profit. But not for long.
The falling off of the lobsters catchers
will send many a lobster fisherman to
Florida waters and they will greatly
deplete the supply unless some law is
provided to protect the crawfish.
"They are quite plentiful around the
Biscayne Bay country and south of Mi-
anmi. They are nearly the size of a lob-
ster and average about the anwm amount
of meat. They are generally caught by
being speared, and the meat is as nicely
flavored as that of the lobster."
The commissioner st#ited that at the
Connecticut stations he had paid great
attention to the propagation of' soft
clams. He had every opportunity of
learning how they grew the "soil" re-
quired and dug them himself with the
idea of ascertaining the soil requirements
and their natural habit. His observa-
tions led him to think that soft clams
can be made to do well in Florida water
and that they can be grown with profit.
Arrangements were completed to get
them shipped in the near future for prop-
agation. Some time ago there were
two importations nade here but track
was lost of them after being paled in
the waters to propatate.
During his trip Commissioner Detwiler
had every courtesy extended him in the
various States he traveled in the interest
of his work and studies. He was present
at a meeting of the Fish Commissioners
of New Jersey, which was held at Jersey
City and met various oiembers of the fish
commissioners of the various states visit-
ed. At Washington the museums were
visited and also all the large aquariums
established in some of the larger cities.
The fish commissioners at Washington
promised liberal assistance in the work
in every manner possible and offered every
Among the important work to be done
will be an effort to secure the passage of
some law at the next session of the Leg-
islature to protect the crawfish from
Yen Knew What VYe Are Takimg
When you take (rove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.
WAVES OF WATER.
For over 1.200 miles the Nile does
not receive a single tributary stream.
The Jordan is the crookedest river
known, winding 213 miles iu a distance
The Pot!)mac river Is only 500 miles
long and in Its lower course is rather
un estuary than a stranm.
The highest of all navigable rivers Is
the Tsangpo. which flows for nearly
1,000 miles at an elevation of from
11,000 to 14.000 feet.
The Indus. the second sacred river of
India, is 1,700 miles long. Its waters
have always been considered almost as
holy as those of the Ganges.
Three rivers as big as the Rhine
would Just equal In volume the Gan-
ges. three Ganges the Mississippi and
two Mississippia the Amazon.
When free from eie, the Yukon river
is navigable for large steamers 1,965
miles, a distance more than twice as
great as that from Chicago to New
Do You Want to Yawn?
Feel cold shivering., aching in the
bone, lahck of energy. headache, and
great depression? The e syniitomni may
ie followed by violent headache, high
fever, extreme nervousness, a condition
known as malaria. Herhine cu reit.
Take it before the disease gets a Tair
hold. though it will work a cure at any
stage. .1. A. Hopkins. Manchester. Kani.,
writes: "I have used your great rememy.,
Herbine, for several years. There is
nothing letter for malaria, chills and
fever, headache, biliousness, and for a
blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing
as good." 50-. at J. M. Jones.
XNlm and PFry.
"'ae observed." said Uncle Enhe.
jew ~ Wa dr .dip
This would be a cleaner, brighter world if
every houMkeeper used
It I--your pleasures; A .bo-your
efforts; M_ from your cares; A -
to your life.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
CA lmwTek, SmSL. LOaW.--UAlms of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
STATE FAIR NOTES. TIDE TAB
-- Week beginning O(t. :
Recognizing the attraction which a TI
good cinrus is to inmot people, the State m
Fair Association has engaged Harris'
N. -lte C u o o th b in t Sunday..............................
Nickle-Plate Circus. one of the best in tlhe
country to give two full entertainments Mondy..............................
on the fair grounds on the opening day %Vedne.la. ......................
of the fair, November 11, No extra ad- Thurmday ..... ..........
mission will be charged visitors to thie Frida.................
fair who wish to attend the circus. Bor- SatFrdey ..................
row one-body else' children and onme. LOW T .
ma PL ... 21 I -
The college football championship of Sunday.............................. 9: 2
the State will be settled on the fair
groundson November 14, thecontetants
being teams from Stetson University and
the Florida Agricultural College. Of
course you will want to see the boys
fight it out.
The railroads are now arranging for
extra excursion trains on certain days
with special rates for visitors coming
on these trains. It is believed every rail-
road entering Lake City will perfect ar-
rangements and the citizens of Lake City
are systematically arranging to en-
tertain all visitors.
The Coming Men of America will hohl
a convention on the fair grounds on
Wednesday, Novemelxr 12.
The champion herd of Holstein cattle
of America is expected am one of the chief
attractions in live stock.
J. A. Holloway, representative of the
Ludden-Canmpbell-Smith Piano House,
offers a gold medal to the Florida child
under 12 years of age who plays a piece
of piano music most satisfactorily at the
exhibit of the above house on the fair
grounds during the fair.
To Cure a Cold Ia one Day.
Take ativerono uiinine Tablets-
All druggists refund the mnone.y if it fails
to cure. E. W. (Grove's mitnatun' on
each box; 2.xc.
When a man gets tired out and 111,
he goes fishing, returning shortly with
three wall eyed pike, restored health
and a blister on his nose. When a wo-
man feels that way, she hangs around
the house and cries If anybody looks
at her. It must be lovely to be a
When you wake up with a hil taste in
your mouth, go at once to any drug
store and get a free sample of Cham-
berlain's Stonmachl and Liver Tablets.
One or two doses will make you well.
They also cure bilious sick headicl'he
He-She holds her age well, doesn't
She-Yes. She doesn't look a day
older than she says she l-.-Philadel-
(let a fr.e sainple of ('lhailherlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets of any druggist.
They are easier to take and manre ple';s-
ent in Peffet than plill,. Then their .use is
not followed Aly constipation aits is ftell
thie case with pills. regular size. 2.'.
Open Road to PFame sand Fortune.
"My boy," said the old gentleman in
a kindly tone, "there's only one thing
that stands Ietween you and success."
"And what Is that?" asked the youth.
"If you worked as hard at working,"
explained the old gentleman, "as you
do at trying to find some way to avoid
working, you would easily acquire
both fame and fortune." Chicago
Th* One aQuaiesatlen.
"What position will our friend take
on this momentous question?" asked
the gradiloquent man.
"Position?" echoed Senator Sor-
ghum absentmindedly. "Oh. he'll take
pretty nearly any position that's open.
provided there's a salary attached to
"Oh. Major Bloodgore," said girlish
gusher, "they say that during the war
you were always cool in action."
"Cool!" declared the major. "Why,
my dear girl. I was so cool that when I
shivered people Insinuated that I was
Sarab-Mr. Rippler says that he is a
Tu day.v .......................... 11:11
Wedne lay.......................... 11:.
and the Upper I
It ownsand opdernt h N
service on its lines, nlu- I
Can", Parlor C ar, maintihW uMOt&
lene of service unequaled om aay rOawy
in the world.
It has been a Pioneer in the Northwat
and west in the use of the block system
in the operation of its trains, in the
lighting of trains by eletrci, heating
by steam amn many other progreive
methods, which have added safety, com-
fort and luxury to travel. It is always
the leader in that direction.
The Pioneer Limited Trains between
Chicago, St. Paul and MAinneapolis have
the costliest andl handsomest Sleel -
ing Cars in the world and the best dining
Time tables, maps and information
furnished on application to F. A. Miller,
Gen. Pass Agent, Oll Colony Building,
at a Bargain
The land known as the A. C. Barr
grove, containing about 17 amre, will
be wold for $25.00. For particularsM n-
.quire of J. N. DAVIS. South Ridgewood.
We Know Our Buslee.
You wouldit paUnUas dmit who Hdid ot
There no rbk when youtmie. We have
mesthedr4nbmlagnma es*eful atdyforawye.
rescripdIo wornk vital d apone. With
a vomna a- end -a *Mil le;nre
Thursday ....................... 12:101 12:42 We Bmvetal ekakeisah Un
Friday.............................. 2:.5, 1:2:1 Frost -King m Sf"IN SS6
Saturday........................... 1:2S 2:0112 withsmmel.
covered with Preach flUaeL
For Sal. at a Sargain. Per-fectp roteto agl e cold anod measd
The n of sw', of noe, of S'e. :i1. Twi. all et d tr te t
18, Smuth li aman.rE. :t I.. .iontainiip 20i h iui'tosboolPrice, e.
neres, wieing a.li4uit nmile inortlih
Hill station. n on iE'. K. .Y. The aliovi W F G&lle Jr & --Co
contains aboulIt 7 nci'Is of tIhe finest I
.ieryv lanls iln Floh riil.. anild is situateI ....
within 25, yards of a ldraiinmica. canal Notice.
Ne'lhf' Is n,'relay given tnat the under-
now in use. .whic.h would tllhillghly 5sli ll'(l it illstr tor of the estate of T. J.
drain tIe mu' nk -lalifls t all s-sls. ls of Meltts dec.n-sed, will on the first day of
time e'r. th 'l, ", Iaet'',.,. ..(1 aIcnialer, A. ID.. 1iad, make appllcatlon to
thei 'r i ti E' li. 'itz- l 'i' y*4 ti. hto1n. Minor M. .Jones, Judge of the
Ilidmain'. oaf el\\. lFitzg-raill. IaYtalma. .v-velau .Jud.lctl Circuit of Fiorlla, for
Florida. heav,. to sell at a private sale the following
property situated In the County of Putnam
nild State of Florida and described as fol-
lows, towlt: sw'I4 of se' se' oof sw'4., M'c.
II, Twp. 1,. It. T. comprising Dac res, as the
property of said estate.
Shirts and Collars
Mrs. Jane Gooden
Northern Meat Market,
,J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.
he Largest and Finest
SMarket South of Jacksonvile.
We k,-|ii 'imipltiE stock oif all kinds of
',n .sh Fl
113 North Beach Street.
I 'Phone 37.
Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
Sta t ie1s1
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N,,. I- li\i', Flyv'r-<'-(rri, illhiiin i;r, l ill--- Itoon liiff'tt Sle.i
.Jacks-invill. Ito St. Loliu anil .acksoi'villh,,- to Chi,'rago withlilt elmngo
dirn,-t e.olln,.'tie n at Na;.,llill,, \with sl,-pin;g ;i',rs for Imllisville I,'incil
('Cli,'ago,. St'ops1 ;1 ll \. \ A- \ stations.
T'hroniinh n. hii ls.- 1.*I \',-in Jlacksonvillh anil lim otln.
('1o ,l -tion- al i.t JI .nhacksoivill.. w\ ith all nortlibuind trains( of the,
. Liv" .1i 14,,l ,,'i al [. l:;,I t <'oa,, -t Itys.
I. If. i A NE.S. ;.. S i'i. S I. PICKETT. (;.. I',am
P. 0. BOX m
Office at Europea Hotel. etgh
DArroA, FUmAMM. .
Ac mwrur, BUtLDnE AND
Residence and office, n6rthas.s
Ridgewood and Voimla aTva
'Phone 89. Daytoaa
Before you have your phlum.i
He can save you 15 per cent. A
guaranteed. Rear of City Hotel.
HI. H. SEELYE. M. A., M. D.
Physician and Sure
Offkie and residence 127
aveunt, opposite Ridgewood HoteL
Telephone No. F5.
Halifax Music HOI-
Fine Pianos ........... $10i
Used Pianos .......... 12
Second Hand Uprights 80
PWams toK Rant.
Hot Lunches served at all hours.
Oyster stews a specialty.
Call and See
the new line of
Wire Grass Goods,
Rugs and Art Squares
line of new cook stoves just
J. .Niver& Son
l": "1 11111
7:o pillI I EN COMPANY ROPS IN
a---- fI at I- ait a loss for something daltty
'ing Cai., for their rfnihinent. Send to the
nhati ndm ;GRI.MING BAKERY
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
To St. Louis and Chicago
P1ull.a1n I'i.h,, 'Sl,.|,i g 4 .ir fr 'i,,i .l.:.ksomnville. to St. Louis and to Chi,.go,
l,.: .l,.k>. I : ill. .liI m al N p. lm.. via the. famous
Dixie Flyer Route
foor sni., of their delicious bread, cake or
.\ f.-shi supply is' produce each day,
ind ewhli article is light, crisp, whohe-
s<'li; and pure.
l'The'.y ill pleaseI tl..e g niet and reAt
credit o0n the lh40tss.
Then your liver isn't actilg
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Aer
Pills act directly on the liver.
Neville H. Clark!
%t CU -~ vv1Ysm
"14 air was fall ot and
gr a 1y very fast. But your
MaVi-r .stepped the falling and
vthe maraal color."-Mr..
BL 9 a. mamCs e, N. Y.
It's impossible for you
s-t to look old, with the
cl0or of seventy years in
ar hair Perhaps you
we seventy and you like
yor ray air! If not,
Me Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Sles than a month your
er hair will have all the
-DIXII., FLYER ROFT E..
AMmiR". ,y, ~
aswtffufy IAO&W OsR RWWewvod Aveme
Fu nmepst ~
ew thisthomme was ofM of the moat emm ad an
Satrom is Ubmeard o. a s
SNow Open for Second" Successful Season,
E. & M. I. DILLINGHAM. Proprietors. |
THE FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE
Overlooking the Halifax River,
der the maagatmenotof H. W. Dunklee, who was one of the sumesful0
managers of the Seaside Inn last season.
Cuisene First Class. Large Airy Rooms.
HOUSE THOROUGHLY RENOVATED.
Use of sail and row boats free to guts.
OPEN NOV. 1st.
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THE SEASIDE INN
Opposite Keating's New Casino and Pier,
Old Stbrreeze. (Daytona) Florida.
mliM handsome new modern hotel situated on the finwt Surf Bathing -
Ilmmd in Florida in now open for the Winter Season of 11M)2-3. Large
aby room. Dining room overlooking the ocean. Fine Cawino and service.
H. F. STEWART, Proprietor. |
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; PARKINSON HOUSE
Open November 1st.
OWmtflly located on the corner of Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues, each
100 feet wide, in the most elevated and most de1irable residence portion 0
Wthe town. Thin house has a southern exposure; in lighted by electricity;
Sanltary plunabing and all modern conveniences; well heated and well 0
lighted rooms nlely furnished and containing large closets. The table in *
the best the market can afford. For rates address
MRS. J. B. PARKINSON. Daytona, florida. :
S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor.
Terms $7 to S9 per Week.
m r -eason, from May 1, 1K)03. at
1408. &oth Carolina Btreet, A
TICCIT, J *
5. 5-*a**-* eggs.*e ********* P P E P PP aEo* -
We are prepared to deli-
ver on short notice any
kind of dry Wood. Our
'W -price is right. Drop a
postal and we will call. EARLS & COLEE. Mno1 ^Ave..
D)ry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
D- W ed promptly on short notice. All
of our wood was cut last year.
1. I. OI)UM, 1131 North Beach stre4't.
-.. Li. UM, Telephuloe W.
WooDr Dry Oak and Pine"*
FV VjrV^L^rOnlers Promptly I.liverrl
1. SNOW.', C'orner lewh. i st.
and lIelieview Ave.
Ktor-s at lAke itly and Jacksnmville
The Big Beach Street Fruit Store
Has an excepptionally fine of all kinds of
rRrSI I FRUITS.
Hotel trade a sipeialty. PETER CAREILAS. Manager.
The Old Reliable
Winter Park, Fla.
Founded 198.5. having special Florida charter. Opens October 1st.
The South Florida Colkw. Located on a high pine ridge among
the spring4fed lakes of Orange County. Alailutely noa malaria.
School of Elocution.
mtequiwlNst Beautiful location. Best loanl. Expenses low. A room
revery student. Thorough modern instruction. Belt influence.
S Goodall Happenings.
Mrs. F. E. Johumon will join her hus-
hand at Miami shortly.
Meemss. Foote, Ludwig and Adler are
frequent and enthusiastic visitors to the
pier, carrying away loads of the finny
Dame Rumor say that the Surf Crest
is shabout to change management for the
winter. A powerful loadatone attracts
the present proprietrem to DeLand.
- Wilson Austin broke the fish record on
I Tuesday-twenty-four base in one day.
This make 136 he ha caught during
the past few weeks. His success is phe-
Strictly First Class.
ALL MODUIN CO@NVEINW CU --
=&Gas. 5-. 0 pernewsS aoper0 Week
Henry Hobpmidt. Proprietor.
S17 A UPHOL8TBRE and
H. V. BRA(EY MANUFACTTULBBI, ,of U
Moss and Fiber Mattress.
Deankr in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furnitmre Made ra
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. I
W. F. Gile, Jr., & Co.
MIT JJNERY and DRESSMAKING
Handsome line of Pillow Cover and
Fanco ArtidCes just reeeived
MRS. J9 A. DOUGLASS
North IBelmh Street. 9-6
One block from the depot.
Rates, $2.00 and up.
Will be open the year'rooDd.
The Misse Ecles, Kingvton and Stew-
art have joined the ranks of Iziak Wal-
ton but ualer the rhaperonage of Capt.
Oliver. MisN Eccl.m makes a specialty
of shark fishing.
Postofflee Inspector Hamilton, of New
Orleans, is visiting with his friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Lake Jones at Hotel Seabreeze.
Both gentlemen are having wonderful
sport with their ea baIm, making a fine
rveord.and some good fish stories for
Capt. E. J. Beacham, U. 8. N., and wife
leave for Punta (orda" on the first of
next month. The Captain says he has
never passed a pleasauter six months
than the past summer spent a Shingle-
Nook Cottage. We mall hope for their
return another season.
Pastor West of the Presbyterian
church preached at the Wilinans Opera
House on Sunday last to a fair audience,.
notwithstanding the threatening wea-
ther. It is hoped by many that this will
lead to a permanent organization and a
Presbyterian church building in the near
Who would keep their children in good
health, should watch for tihe first syimip-
tomimS of worms. and ti miuove tlins with
White's Cream \Vermiifuge. It is the
children' lbest tonic. It gets digition
at work so that their food does theit
good, and they grow upl healthy and
strong. 7.'w at .1. M. Jones.
jiiiIIIif nHIIII : :-i::
f Our Newsy Budget of
1 Wings at Port Orangel
liii II :l0fl -11111iIIIIl-1
Frank hlutler return-Ad last w-eek. after
spending the suli,1n4er with his mister in
ILeon I elpland. proprietor of tIhelotel
Desplanld, came down from Daytona
Sunday and rodle around town.
Mrs. R. Vas and little daughter caine
up from (Grant last week and they are
visiting with Mrs. James Parrott.
Mrs. Rockry and little son. of Petosky,
Mich., accompanied l y her brother who
is ill with rlheumatisti, arrived last
Saturday and have secured rooms of
Mrs. J. It. Came.
E. F. McDaniel gave a pleasant party
to his young friends and neighbors one
evening last week to celebrate tie tinish-
ing of his house on the river shopr north.
of Herbert avenue.
J. B. Case, the most extensive leei man
in this part of Florida, left Sunday.to go
to Cuba with the intention of spending
the winter there investigating the busi-
ness of that island.
Dr. and Mrs. DuBohis and Koert re-
turned home this week after spending ai
good part of thle muninier at their place
on Lake lieresford. Everybody is glad
to have them lihone again.
Our candy manufacturers are ardent
fishermen when they have spare time.
A. Uicks has mbeen catching s4mie very
fine bass lately. We can vouch for this
as we received a very line one last Sat-
Messrs. A. F. Chandler, Geo. McD)aniel,
K. Smith and Bennett and another whose
name we did not learn. smujaeded in g-et-
ting started Monday in Elija McDIaniel's
sloop, Dora, for a trip down the coast.
They expect to bie goite a nIloatIl or Inln..
nt in Stock.
ay And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager
HALIFAX WAGON M. ORKSI
11. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor
Weam re about to opm a(ld
and expect the ft" ioai d
Nov. l.)th. Oar pe wbM l bI
M. M. GODWIN
DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
McCell. aftm Eddwarsds Masaders.
Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, lul
M A ConialcolumnPonk
Work and WoodPlleys Made toOrder. 's
4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHAR1IACTY
NoRTH BEACH STREET
lias a 8plect Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHBL
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy TolAt Articles.
DIR. J M. I)ONEK.. proprietor, can he consulted professionally during beg-g
hours; olli, hiosiur- Stundlais, >:F4) to 10:304 a. in.; 2:30 to 4:80 p. M.
Trowell's Express Baggage Line
It.. T. HOI E LI.K~h, lPropirietoar.
Office iii tlhe I '-tlo-Date Il-rlr Sholap.
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
We now carry a full stock of freh
meats, in connection with Groceries.
TRY SOME OF OUR SWEET
D. F. MORRISON
Longe's Old Stand.
Corner Deael5stroot and soeomd:Avemi.
Spencer B. Green
Steam and Hot 4
Water Heating. 4
Agent for the Ericsson
~ E milnl fit-fif-1:1 sll it k aajhicig
Horse-Shoeing ta. Ipjat.i I-ila.-
No Time to Lose
You cannot afford to disregard
the warnings of a weak and
diseased heart and pu: off tak-
ing the prescription cf the
world's greatest authority on
heart and nervous disorders-
Mi.' Heart Cure.
If your heart palpitates, flutters,
or you are short of breath, have
smothering spells, pain in left
side, shoulder or arm, you have
heart trouble and are liable to
drop dead any moment.
M.ne J. W. Woodcock, one of the
best 9wllC01operator In the coun-
try dropVd dead from heart disease
recently. at bhi home In Portland, Ind.,
while mowing his Iawn.-The -Pm.
Mr. M. A. Birdsall, Watkins, N. Y,
whose portrait heads this advertise-
ment. ays: "i write this through grat-
Near hItmial LiatiahmtY~irol
lFnYt miat. h-lns
Saw and Planing Mills
:Ta,, Illow l1.01 16 Ito fily.Ti.h, tl:II killd.' 41f
ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE
l The Nation's
"SAN MATE Best Cigar.
It's all Florida.
Whv Imvy inmimrt] .viourn mm de, from luvvr troti>.nl *& tte Am ..J. _. + -
0W G1J.. C ml adi
I I I Druggists
The Lairgtist nand Mo)st Clnmphlte Stock
of lDrugs in Da ytoian. lI'n.wrilationis coil- 0
m pounded ly l RAgistn-rd i'lharniacist only. 0
% Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
TRY O('R PINE TAR COI'Gil IItALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
* Beach Street. # W F F F DAYTONA, FLOM
BOND & B(
Rough and Dressed
Brick, Lime and Cemet
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railw
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.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Rky. (West of Pomtoffice.)
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Mvum izAW.ExUmluOU PArnm-Ere nOUT TO T
York. Boston and the East I
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships
Sailings from Savannah
THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
bh p r York, making clok ewnin,.tionu- with New York-ltostn wlhills or Sound
iM All ticket apgnts anu* aiplieIl withi monthly ailini s.li li,.duil. Write for
"Mwl iMaomation, sailing scwlliule.. .sal;lrlmi nwr.-.'rvat itnions. orwaill on
WALTER HA.WKINS. (enewri Ai-n'II. 221 W'st lstv.st(. .l..,-ksonvilleh. l"lai.
VI. PLEASANTS. 4 P l'r-s.. a wii M:a-iEr'.r. I 1. T CI' l l..'l'N. .. ;F. 1'. A.
New 'Pier :3. Niotrih It .er. New York. N. Y. :t-1,-4,12
J. W. WI LKINSON. AIgnt, lavtonii. Fl.i.
s m k ft U e l f
AkIs. o vu l e
UTE OF TiE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washlngton, Richmond and
The New York and Florida Express
M0 MW EAST.
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M IIW m iiOn W IIAMWT*
Ptllman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
A40eIlM, trough "The Land of the Sky."
Tkrae h trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
Switch the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
SPalman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
a 11r l .via eters- Rallway. Cerro.ponde"e SeoIt.
L H. F. CAREY, FU. Pm. A., 1068 W. Bay St., Jacksoavfl, Fla.
b Wailabgema D. C,
W. H. TAYLOE,
As't Gea' Pa. Agast
ayn EW COW cOF to, OfIDA -~&-
U f balS9 JRaoNwgo."
iMia EMST COAT RILWAY66
iIIAL lUE CARD N&42.
In Effect Aug. 28,1902.
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Mr. Laura & We.
I4e dpw w eage 3ins
was I e rappt l asde w ai.n
first t eIa, go I lil~tmt1 u"
On msaMi iad mew I -l
em** me l hm"wp ibmwfam.
Female weaknem, dim ered
men failing of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman totheuage
of life. Do not wait buttake Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou-
ble. Wine of Cardni never fail
to benefit a suffering woman of
any ae. Wine of Cardun relieved
Mr.Webb when she was in dan-
ger. When you _owetobe change
S life Mrs. Webb's letter wll
mean mcre to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. DIrug*tA
sell $1 bottles of Wine of Cardni.
I Daytona Telephone
Cabinet Maker and
Wood Worker -a
Doors and Window S. i'ns. l'ietunM
Mo1uldlings made to onlrder. All kinds of
Fu'rnituan Rpairingdone on short notice
at ri'iso)milde prices.
('ottapge .venue, Daytona. Fla
Daytona Ice' Co.
WM. WiKmsa, Mainag-tr.
Made from iDistilledl Water
l'~aitoay o (it lafr~omn 7to 12 X.indays
Volusift Awemue am&d Kaileomad.
V-. W. SAMS. P'roprie'tor.
laites. ',2.f~l 1wr t- ,) v mid 1I'imwalrdro:
Spoiei1ialto Regular Bltorders.
.N EW SM YIINA, F'LOM DIA.
.JE)1IiN' 1. iPARKINSON.
Attorne -st- Law.
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Mge d utthe i or ep uort thee taie staed Is otitee 0= ed,
rGotpW ld aait espeatble for ay ideilay or any coasnuenee ala a
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~ m~w, r HvA l')INTS WEST & NORTHWEST.
3muAVKA, WZ WA AD HAVANA.
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p Stte better than be talked after all
s mAd hee is wh-e-wowr
By W. I L N Dewsom ad opened the envelope,
--- and the last exclamation was caused
Copyright, NIW by W. IL D m by the follow : *
S* Mr. Daw n--Toou have Intruded your-
VmWwt ate tbhi oflk and shoved my aBiWo
-t 1. r" Mr Jackson bad
ThomasDawson wasprivatene -( pt -t 'my As. ow- .
Thoma Dawon was priva ees to the stenographer) nlato the closet
tary to the head of a downtown whole- Youhave also made yourself tanilia
I ale houe. Old Jackon used tp my witho any out warrant or direction witi
tctuled ne j o *m whole store. You are retained at a
that the ho could not get a g salary, to bea with. of 1.000 per year
without Dawson, yet that perNage EBDEN JACKSON.
had been in the employ of the frm All this had happened a year ago
e*ly a short year. was but twenty-four Now the old man was furious. Hel
years old and knew nothing st the rived at the store fifteen minutes earl$
Business wb d e entenBat be b had and cursed every man nl the plact
been a reporter and a eod eme. That black and blrst d n the mor
Dawson'u first duty In the mornlng
means, a everybody ows, that be consisted of sorting and opening the
knew a little of everything n the mall, and be had so arranged matter
world and a great deal more. So when with the postman as to meet "him a
be applied for a position with one of the door, taking the mail to his deal
the most unlqe letters old Jackson himself. That caused him to be ready
bad ever received the old man, after for business as soon as there was any
struggling through a wlderness of bad thing doing. He followed his plat
writing, broke Into a hearty laugh and this morning.
sent for him. "Good morning, Mr. Jackson!" he
"You think you can fill the position mald cheerily as he took his seat "This
that Is open, do your growled old Is certainly a flne day."
Jackson at Dawson when that young There came a gurgle from the oki
gentleman appeared. "Do you know man's throat, not unlike a column ol
that this is a most confidential place water through a pipe too small. "For
and that, while knowledge of the basl- funerals," he at last managed to say.
ness and lines we handle is not abso. Dawson was used to this and con
lutely necessary, yet to a man of not tinted to sort the mail. Finally hb
more than average Intellect who is In- took the personal ones across the roon
experienced the position is Impossible?" and laid them on Mr. Jackson's desk.
"Why, of course I can hold It. Do "Thomas," the boss said, "take a
you suppose I would come snooping seat. I want to hold a heart tosheart
around here If I didn't think you need- conversation with you."
ed me?' "Here's where I get It," sighed the
Jackson had been so used to having boy.
men quail before him, especially when "My daughter" Dawson started -
seeking a position, that this breezy an- "has told me that you have proposed
swer floored him. But he liked It. marriage to her and that she has ac
"Well, young man. I will Just give cepted you. Is that true?"
you ten minutes' triaL" ""I never dispute the word of a worn
It was nearly noon when Dawson an, sir."
had presented himself, and he now Mr. Jackson had been holding In
aid: pretty well, but this was too much.
"Very well. I will spend the ten "Do you mean to tell me that you
minutes getting lunch and then re- have dared"- Thus far he got and
turn." choked. Sput. sput. sputter came from
He was gone before the old man his throat until Dawson said:
could stop him. He left the door open "Par-don me, sir, but some day that
as be went out, a trick for which a fit will kill you."
man had been fired only the day be- The proprietor of millions sank In
fore. Old Jackson seemed to shrink his chair before this beardless boy.
Into himself until be was almost sit- "I want you to go. sir! This Instant
ting on his back, staring out the open you leave my employ! Go!"
door at the stalwart back of his new "Certainly, sir." was the reply. "But
secretary as it went down the long before I ge@-here he reached behind
lisle and out the front door. his desk and produced the same rope
"BIang" went the old man's fist on with which he had tied Dolefulness-
the belL A huge negro, dressed kbe a "Just a minute."
comic valentine, sprang Into the office He grasped Mr. Jackson by the col-
"Dolefulness," roared the old man, lar. swiftly bound his hands, thrust a
"did you see that young fellow go out? handkerchief Into his mouth and an-
"Yes. sab; I saw him." said the chored it with one abstracted from Mr.
black. Jackson's pocket, thrust him into the
"Well, when that fellow cornea back closet which had proved so useful be-
kill him." fore, locked the door. and Mr. Jackson
Dolefulness disappeared as rapidly heard him whistle.
as he had come, and the old gentle- It was only an hour that the boss
man went out to lunch. When he re- had to stay In his cooped up jail. but
turned. Dawson was seated at a desk it seemed a year. Hle suddenly heard
looking over the mail which had Just the whistle again and was ready to
arrived. get down on his knees to his unruly
"What the dev- Where's that Dole employee when the door suddenly
fulness?" opened. lie happened to be straining
"Who-the nigger?" said Dawson. upon it at the time end as a conse-
continuing to sort the mail. "le's IP quence fell headlong Into the room.
the closet" He was quickly released by Dawson.
With a bang the door of the coat- "That's all right. my boy," faltered
room in the old man's private office the employer. "I won't fire you again
hit the wall. Dolefulness, bound and -not until I get a corps of policemen."
gagged, tumbled on the floor. "That's all right, sir. If you desire
"Well!" gasped Jackson, sinking Into that I go now. I will do so; ouly"-and
a chair and mopping his forehead. It he poked his head out of the office
was 10 degrees below sero outside, and door and brought in the girl who was
he had been kicking at the firemen all at the bottom of the trouble -"allow
day. "What does this mean?" me to Introduce my wife."
"Oh, nothing." said Dawson. "The The old man was too full for utter-
nigger got kinder gay when I came ance. Finally he reachtla out and
from lunch, and I Just put him on ice. grasped them by the hand. Pulling
Shall I release him?" one on each knee, he began to pat them
"Dolefulness," Jackson thundered on the back. while a smile of co ntent-
when the negro got on his feet, "what meant stole over his face.
does this mean? Didn't I tell you to
kill this man If he came back again?' The Movement of Popiatteoa.
"Yes, sah, yo' did, but he seed me If the progress of population had
fust Just as I was going' to hit him wid been continuous from the remote perl-
my billy." ods of antiquity. It is evident that the
"What did be do?" numbers of miankind would loe much
"Jest grabbed me by de collah; he greater than they are. and the glolb
held me wid one hand and tied me wid would Iw already overstocked with hu-
the odder." man beings. But other causes not less
"Stand up," to Dawson. He saw that mysterious in their operation ha\'
the negro was a foot and a half higher checked that prgress. Many of the
than his private secretary. "That'll populous countries of antiquity have
do, Dolefulness. You may go." become delpopulatiled and apparently
"Now. sir," said Dawson. "if you unable to suplsurt life. It is uncertain
will be so kind as to glve me a word whether at tihe present moment tihe
or two of advice I will proceed with population of the globe is greater than
business. I have stacked the letters it was 2.000 or 3.000 years ago. There
marked personal on your desk and sent is congestion in Eurowpe. In India andm
the others to the heads of the various In China. There arc innumerable tribes
departments. Is that right?" in central Africa on whom even the
"Say, you-you, who's boss here, you slave trade makes no perceptible Im-
or me? How did you know who the presslon.
beads of departments were?" IBut the vast plains of Asia, which
"That's easy. I noticed the namesof swarmed with men under the Assyrl-
them, together with their departments, an. Babylonian and P'ersian empires,
emblazoned in box car letters on the are deserted. The civilization of Eu-
doors of their offices in the halL" rope Is no longer threatened by the
"Do you mean to tell me that you eastern hordes which swept over the
have only passed down this aisle three Romaanempire in the earlier centuries
times and know all the heads of de- of the Christian era. But that prodi-
partments by name?" glous migration laid the foundation of
"Certainly. What else are my eyes the states of modern Europe.-Edin-
for?" burgh Review.
Jackson didn't answer. He looked at
ble new employee a moment, took ble Napoleon ame His Better.
seat nod began to open his maIL Daw- Napoleon, man of Iron though Ae
son picked up a paper and began to was ave reat c l
read. Directly he said:
"By the way, Thomas."
"Yes, sir." said the new secretary.
"I wish you would go and tell Miss
Agnew, the stenographer I always
have, to come here. You may spend
the time looking over the store. Come
back in an hour."
Dawson looked the store over from
top to bottom In that hour. He Intro-
duced himself to every man In the
place and brought a smile to the face
of each. A thinly veiled compliment
here, a will told bit of his newspaper
experience there, made every man blh
When he reached the office. Mr. Jack-
llenderm n Grimett of this pIlace. 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 without lief
my wife recommended Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and after using two bottles
of it be is almost entirely cured.-Gico. R.
McDoxALD. Man. Logan county. W. Va.
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