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Dcy tona, Florida. Nov. 1. 1902
Are refurnishing your cottage and rooms for
the winter remember that we have just the
goods you want.
MASON BLi WALL COMPANY
W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.
119 North Beach street I
Loweuy's and Wilevy's Choe
lor ent, and repaired. All .
N You Cannot Find
lbtfoa Want.... W h
the Novelty Store
thing in the following lina: vig
Musical Goods Artist's Supplie
Fruit Nuts up
Toilet Article Pocket Knives
Sporting Goods Games
Bird Cages and (,las
Supply e School Supplies
wdow Shade. Masks
plates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
Ports of tools and machinery repaired promptly.
re Frames Made to Order.
yl Cai on BARNES
The Well Known
SEye Specialist and
has returned and can be consulted on the Eyes
at No. 8 South Beach St., next to Moore Bros.
FREE OF CHARGE.
Spectacles to Suit all Impaired Eyesight
New Lenses Put in Your Frame
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING AT SHORT NOTICE.
THE KIND OF A GROCERY
Every person wants to deal with is the kind that keeps all kinds of
aeary groceries as well as the staple'.
A Complete Fresh Stock
Tou will always find on our shelves. We know what you want if your e
waste are what anybody elw wants. If you want anything else we *
Swill get it for you on request. _0
A new line of fishing Tackle just received.
E T. CONRAD & CO.
nB E FOR SOUTHERN.
Wlile, Fla. Oct. 23.-The many
over the pupuhase of the East
Sailway, Flagler system, by the
mRailway were renewed yester-
the *ling of a trust deed by the
Jkoast Baway company to a trust
ramy of New York. providing for an
ON bonds to the amount of $8,741,-
6 to rm 0 years, at 5 per cent inter-
.l- Mdto be dated January 1, 1903.
ipll o tie deed were filed in all coun-
Inh which aay of the property of the
N- is located.
SEmorandum accompanied each deed
WMIVti0M the clerk of thecourt to allow
Dae to se the paper.
S1bdeed says the money b to be used
WT purposes of extension, building
W~ON& Ms, consolidating, merging or
Other roads, or other
W. oN eacount of the situation. has
deed rather significant as show-
At" a purchase by the Southern
Douglas bah received a new
abmey trimmed hats, and all kinds
trase on the Florida East
hallway is iaereasing daily.
aSabout time to think of having
he wied up. Kost & Owhmwer
NEWS FROM ORMOND.
Joe Price and family arrived on
Monday; also Miss Lippincott.
Mr. and Mrs. Colby visited Mrs.
Hasty at Ponce Park last week.
Our school continues to increase.
There are over sixty pupils enrolled.
Mrs. Amasa Watson has returned
from Illinois, where she spent six
E. M. Vining is again at home,
after a pleasant visit to relatives in
Rev E. Butler went to Barnesville,
Ga., this week, to be gone about
Miss Ethel Francis spent several
days on the beach last week with
The little folks had a happy time
at the "Rainbow Social" last Friday,
given by the Junior Endeavor Society.
A aplesant social feature of this
week was a "Haloween Party," on
last evening, for the benefit of the
Mr. Wilmarth and family. from
Massachusetts, are with us for the
winter, and are in the Wardwell
When you cannot find what you wait
OF AL INTEREST TO ALL
Th predicted tidal wave did not show
up lest night.
T. F. Whitten was one of the excur-
sonist. to Titueville last Sunday.
D. F. Morrison went over to Barber.
ville last Saturday to visit his family.
Be returned to Daytona Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. Dana 8berill arrived
from Illiinos last Saturday and are
oeeupying their home on Volusia avenue.
Capt. Geo. P. Gkeason was in Daytona
a few days this week, looking alter the
interests of the East Coast Canal Com-
F. C. Allen returned Saturday last
from Jensen, where he has been erecting
and superintending the work of the ice
Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Brown were
amnonglast Saturday's arrivals. They
am now occupying their home on the
ms. Wm. Atwood returned last Satur.
day evening from a very pleasant sum-
mers' visit with friends in Pennsylvania
and New York.
Miss Bessie Hobbs returned to Rollins
College, at Winter Park, Wednesday,
after spending a couple of weeks at home
sdflering with chills and fever.
Bert Shanks, J. D. Carmichael, Chas.
Gaylor, Richard Jones and John Meyer
were among the gentlemen who took in
the excursion to Titusville Sunday.
rWIf you have any pictures you wish
enlarged for Christmam presents don't
delay, but send your order to Harris
now. Studio in Peck Block. 'Phone 91.
E. H. Bacheler, of Marshfield Hills,
Mass., arrived Saturday. His family
are expected in a day or so. They will
occupy L. Thompson's Coluina house at
gft.The Gramling Bakery have a line
of home made candies, nuts and fruits.
Prof. Bert Fish, Volusia's suplrinten-
dent of public instruction, and one of
the rising young lawyers of this section
of the State, was in Daytona Tuenday
lWWhole wheat bread at the Gram-
ling Bakery every day.
Mrs. Garfield arrived Tuesday from
New York, and is located at the Troy
House. Mrs. Garfield is a regular win-
ter visitor, and owns considerable
property in the city.
Jt'The biggest school tabletoyou ever
saw for a nickleat Barnes' Novelty Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett and daughter,
Miss Edith, arrived from Maxwell, Ill.,
last Saturday. Miss Barrett is very
popular among the young people and
will be gladly welcomed by her numerous
WBaskets, buckets and bags of a
kinds for lunch at Barnes' Novelty Store.
J. E. Ingraham, third vice-president of
the Florida East Coast Railway, ac-
companied by Mrs. Ingraham and
daughter, came down from St. August-
ine last Saturday and visited over Sun-
day with Mrs. L. 0. Rawson.
WiDid you Pee the half-knee boot for
$1.50 at Smith & Son's.
A. H. Schmidt returned last Saturday
from St. Louis, where he has been for
the past few weeks on business and
pleasure combined. Mr. Schmidt says
that a great number of people from that
section are coming to Daytona within a
W-New line belts 50 cents.
SMITH & SON.
E. J. Walker, the hustling and enter-
prising Florida passenger agent of the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry.,
was in Daytona last Saturday distribute
ing some very nice desk blotters adver
tising his line. Mr. Walker registered at
the Dillingham during his visit to the
dgNew line ladies', gents' and chil-
drens' underwear. SMITH & SoN.
The Halifax Rifles will give a masque
ball at the Armory Thanksgiving night,
invitations for which will be issued next
week. At the meeting of the company
Tuesday night the following were elected
as chairmen of the various commit-
tees, and each given authority to select
the remainderof the committee. General
committiee-J. B. Parkinson; decoration
-W. F. Jibb; dance-Dr. W. E. French;
refreshments-F. B. Austin It is needless
to say that the affair will be a very great
success, as everything the boys under-
take they successfully carry out.
/ THE BAND ORGANIZED.
The instruments for the band have
been received and the band is now fully
organized. Meetings will be held once
a week at the armory for practice. The
personnel of the organization is as fol-
A. W. Fielder, leader; Thos. Cave. solo
Bb cornet; W. M. Moore, solo cornet; F.
C. Allen, first cornet; Elwood Dillingham,
second cornet; Wiley Abercrombie, pic-
colo; Wesley Herrick, solo alto; Walter
Cameron, soloalto; Edward Curtis, third
alto; Shep Simonds, second tenor; C. E.
Richards, baritone; W. H. Furr, 2 Eb
tuba; W. E. French, 1 Eb tuba: L. S.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Blood were among
Game Warden Chas. Kurtz was in
Mr. ad Mrs. W. B. Seaman arrived
yesterday for the winter,
Prof. ad Mrs. A. W. Fielder were vAi-
tore to Thisville Sunday.
The tourslts are arriving in coasid-
erable numbers every day.
Dr. G. M. Wallace, mayor of Ormond,
was in Daytona Tuesday.
Willis Johnsoa is temporarily acting
as stttlon agent at Boynton.
Mrs. Win. Watson was down from Or-
mond Tuesday calling on friends.
Mrs. Sadie Jackson-Thompson is in
the city for a week, stopping at Mrs.
J,.The Gramling Bakery will put up
lunches for fishing parties on very short
Geo. Wray returned yesterday from a
business trip to Palatka and St. Au-
Mrs. G. W. Garfield has taken rooms
at Mrs. Carson's and boarding at Mrs.
Commissioner French has the roller at
work leveling off the newly-laid shell on
NI'Mrs. Douglass has received a new
lot of fancy trimmed hate, and all kinds
f Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Thomason went
to Titusville last Sunday, returning the
Mrs. V. B. Simonds left this morning
for Fremont, Ohio. where she has ac-
cepted a position.
Mrs. Newell and family arrived Mon-
day, and have opened their lIandsomi
new home on Ridgewood.
The Bennett IIoiw. Hotel l)sphinal
and Fountain City House opened their
doors to the public this week.
We are pleased to state that Adam
Schantz is rapidly improving under the
care of Dr. Worley at St. Augustine.
Col. C. C. Post returned home Sunday
from the Carolina mountains, where lie
has been spending few weeks' vacation.
WWFor sale cheap,. a ladies' bicycle.
Address Box 290, Daytona, Fla.
Capt. John Gardner, of Ponce Park,
has purchased a home in Daytona and
expects to bring his family up in a few
OW'Call and see that new kokak devel-
oping machine at Barnes' Noveley Store.
Miss Mae Jolley and Miss Lillian
Thompson returned yesterday from a
pleasant month's visit with friends in
It-The Gramling Bakery bread is
health bread because it is absolutely free
from anything injurious.
County Tax Collector D. P. Smith was
up from New Smyrna Monday issuing
licenses to the business and professional
men of Daytona
IWOh! yes, Smith & Son have a new
line of hosiery.
L. P. Tribble and a party of 15 ar-
rived from Haskins, Ohio, yesterday.
Mr. Tribble will conduct the Van Dorn
house this season.
4WHave you tried the rye bread from
the Gramling Bakery?'
I. M. Cross, of Iowa, has leased rooms
of Mism Cross and Mrs. Waldron on S.
Beach Street, while looking up a loca-
tion for business.
gf.The Gramling Bakery is prepared
to make cakes for parties and receptions
o bort notice.
Rev. J. B. Hawk will return today
from his trip north, and services will be
held as usual at the M. E. Churches at
Daytona and Seabreeze tomorrow.
1 Fresh bread every morning at the
Gramling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
Mrs. Louis Adler arrived Monday from
Kentucky and joined her husband, who
came a few weeks previous. They have
taken up their abode at the Hotel
Despland, as usual.
I-Call on Barnes at the Novelty
Store and get fitted to spectacles and
eye-glasses. A new lot just received.
Mrs. Ina Cowau has purchased the
"Yankee Doodle" launch and had it
fitted up and enclosed from the weather;
her son Louis and Mr. Gordan will run
it as an excursion boat the coming
'jtDo vou know where I can get some
pound cake? Why, yes, the Gramling
Bakery has as good as you ever ate.
Miss Kate Newstead and Willie amid
Gladys Peters came in on Monday's
train, and have opened the Peters home 8
at the corner of Ridgewood and Third
ovenue. Mr. Peters and Orville are ex- n
pected in a day or so.
IW'Delicious home made candy at the I
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
The following gentlemen from this
section have been summoned as jurors (
for the circuit cjurt, which will convene
at DeLand the tenth of tlis month: H.
Y. Thompson, Arthur J. Pellett, J. D. ,
stantly cou(ront us. Having few de
veloped resources, we depend almost en
tirely on the tourists for ourliving either
directly or indirectly; and the problem
today is not only how to induce mon
tourists to come but. more important
how to take a.r of tihow, already nere
With a .ity population for several
niontlis inI the year, our sanitary condi
tiofs mire th(IOmW of a country town. Ii
will iwe alboultely necessary before long
for the preservation of health, by the
prevention of epidemics of contagious
diseases, that the city be kept in a per.
fect sanitary condition. Much has al-
ready been done and there is no imme
diate danger, but, in my opinion, the
time has come for a thorough sanitary
system of city sewerage.
I strongly recommend that a commit-
tee be appointed to study this subject
carefully, to procure practical estimated
of the cost and the way and means of
providing for its construction in the
Our fire protection is totally inade-
quate. That we have had no great fire
is due to good luck more than to any
other cause. Houses if burned can be
rebuilt and are at the worst only indi-
vidual losses. But the injury to our
trees from a destructive fire would for-
ever ruin the beauty of our streets and
thus be a great blow to the future pros-
perity of the city. Some good system
of public waterworks should be provided
either to be owned by individuals or the
city, with hydrants, hose and hose-carte,
and every inducement should be given to
the formation of a good volunteer fire
department. I believe with a good
municipal water system, private tanks
and windmills would be abandoned and
the income would more than pay interest
and sinking fund on bonds issued for the
cost. The lower rates on insurance
would more than compensate foraslight
increase in taxes.
I recommend a careful study of the
cost and means of providing a system of
Our streets have done much for the
city anA good work has been done com-
pared with other towns of like popula-
tion. There was much popular objection
when shell was first laid on the sands of
Ridgewood but that was the beginning
of the roads of today. The annual ap-
propriation of $3,000 is but little more
than enough to repair our roads tem-
porarily. Anything like permanent im-
provements must be made by special
assessment, and opposition to good
roads has so disappeared that few op-
pose the plan. From what I have seen
of rock roads in other states, their dura-
bility and cost of construction, I believe
with the material we have permanent
rock roads could be built, which, in a
few years, would be far cheaper, and
certainly more desirable, than marl
I advise a careful study of the cost of
rock roads, the practibility of buying the
necessary machinery and a test of the
rock we have on hand.
I would further recommend that steps
be taken toward the purchase of a steam
roller and road sprinkler.
That, in the central and most crowded
port ion of the city, sewers reconstructed
to the river-two-thirds of cost to be
amseesed to abutting property, and all
Ilouses to be compelled to connect with
That property owners be compelled to
mown and keep the package in good con-
dition, a saving of several hundred dol-
lar' per annum to the city.
That the Telephone Co. be asked to
urnish a telephone for the use of the
That a system of open sewers be pro-
vided at once for the drainage of Mid-
way. That the street in the section
lijfdlk trk flrkrtfi IA. lm ia~ ,- ,. ... t -.^.A.
Many sidewalks need repairing. No-
tices are being sent out, and the Marshal
will be instructed to repair the same
promptly upon expiration of notices.
Much complaint has been made in re-
gard to stray cattle and dogs. As most
of the cattle come in at night and leave
early in the morning, the citizens should
give immediate notice and do all in their
power to assist in enforcing the ordi-
nance. During the past week 11 head of
cattle have been impounded and several
unlicensed dogs have been shot.
The sanitary committee should rigidly
inspect all premises, and especially Mid-
way and Waycross, often enough to pre.
vent a filthy condition.
While I am opposed to giving public
franchises for individual profit, I am
strongly in favor giving every fair in-
ducement that will cause capital to be
invested here. An electric railroad from
DeLand would benefitDaytona by bring-
ing more people and cheapening trans-
portation of both passengers and freight.
A franchise could be granted for a term
of years providing for future annual pay-
ments of specified sums, should the rail-
road prove a success.
In conclusion, few places have been
more honestly governed than Daytona.
Mistakes have been made, but there has
been no spoils system. Public officials
have tried to do their duty and deserve
praise, certainly not unfair criticism for
devoting time and money toward secur-
Ing good government. It would be
strange, indeed, however, if all held the
same ideas in regard to the best means
to that end.
Few places have as low a tax valua-
tion compared with prices property
brings, or as low a tax rate as Daytona,
and especially when weeonsider the com-
forts, attractions and public improve-
ments. Our electric lights cost $2,700
per year; burn all night for six months
and till midnight during the summer.
Our gasoline lamps cost about $900.
We had them but six months of the year;
few rarely burned till midnight. The
lamps were purchased by individuals.
Mr. Schantz's city tax this year is
$600.48. Deduct that from cost of
lights and we have lost but little in ex.
pense and gained an up-to-date electric
plant, which is an advantage to both
individuals and the city as a whole.
With a good system of sewerage, water
works and permanent roads, Daytona
would attract thousands more visitors,
larger hotels will be built, handsome
residences, factories will come, many as
yet undeveloped resources will appear
and Daytona would become a large and
prosperonus resort. Millions of dollars
are being expended south of us, all of
which is in the line of direct competition.
Most of us have strong faith in the
future of our city. but a strong, united
effort is necessary if we expect to com-
pete with the progress resorts of the
south. Respectfully submitted,
JoHN B. PARKINsON,
DAYTONA, October 23, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the business
formerly carried on by William Atwood
has been sold to Messrs. W. Maxwell
Hankins and I. G. Bradley. who will
continue the same under the name of The
Atwood Parmacy, in which I shall have
no interest, and to whom all bills should
be made out on and after the above date.
Persons owing bills to William Atwood
are requested to pay same promptly, so
| Goodall Happenings.
A son of Rector Arnold, a resident
of Orlando, is pleasantly located at
the Surf Crest.
A new arrival at the Freeman man -'
sion, on Valley Street, happened on
Sunday. A beautiful baby boy.
Miss Lillian Morris, a chara,
young lady of Palatka, spent a few cj
days at Seaside Inn, visiting friw,.
Mrs. W. H. Heath and Miss Nellie
Mann, of Holly Hill, visited us ed
Sunday. Such jolly visitors are al
Mrs. D. E. Aman is the new post-
mistress-A. S. Harroun resig-Ad.
She is a most efficient person for tlH
place and very popular.
A. S. Harroun is making a specialty .
of raising the famous Egyptian pan-
sies. He was quite successful last
season, and-is enlarging his beds for
The Misses Moragne and party
trom Palatka. leave for home a
Friday after a most enjuyaole outing
at Old Seabreeze. We are hoping to
have them as permanent neighbors
Daily enquiries by letter are being
received by property owners in our
town, asking for information regard-
ing cottages for the winter. \Ve ez-
pect to have everythi:tg comfortably
occupied before many weeks are past.
The much talked of dance for
Wednesday night was pojstnsid ia-
definately, owing to the notice of the"
Casino door "Closed for repairs until
January first. The new living rooms
under the dance hall are progressing
rapidly towards completion under
Contractor Johnson's e cient man-
Mrs. Albert Todd. just retur~d
from Paris, Is stopping at the 3rf
Crest while making repairs and a -'
nations to her already handasou *:
erty on Seabreese avenue. Tel
finds many improvements around -.
Goodall and vicinity, and is enthu-
sielastic over the growth of the place I
during her sojourn abroad.
HERE AND THERE.
Next Tuesday is election day.
Thad MeCollunn has leased the Wm.
Fish are biting very readily, and the
local fishermen are being well rewarded Wt
for their labors.
Anton Maas and his working looe
have been engaged this week in Iho-
ining the interior of I. N. WMdrots
house on First avenue.
T. F. Written. R. R. Posten, Bev.
Myers, lien. McChoy and several other
gentlemen will leave Monday morning
for a trip to Miami and Key Largo.
W. 8. Lamond and wife of WaycrWo,
Ga., arrived at Daytonh Tuesday. Mr.
Lamond returns home Wednesday, but
Mrs. Lamond will remain for several
Today is the first day of the open esa-
son for hunting turkey and quail. Thoa
livinwr in the .EotrfltfPW a ;k.. a -- -
We Are Ready-Are
The winter 06p mar hrein
tiF~l tai cmfotabe
THE MATORS MESSAGE.
At the meeting of the city council Mon-
day evening Mayor Parkinsonsibmitted
the following mesmge. It is brim full of
good suggestions, and should becarefully
considered by every citizen of Daytona.
To the Honorable President am Members
of the City CouneU of Daytons.
I have the honor to submit the follow-
ing message, in which is briefly stated
and with but little argument, my views
on the nevesities most vital to the
growth and welfare of this e city. Should
it do no more than to induce a thorough
discussion of the best means to promote
the prosperity of the city, it will be
It is unnecessary to state that few
places in this toontry possess the natu-
ral beauty of Daytona or the natural
attractions for becoming a great resort.
Our growth has not been thatof a boom
town but always a steady ineras in
population and wealth. Visitors have
been our best advertisers, and from a
beautiful little village in the woods hard-
y known of a few yearn ago even in
Jacksonville, the praises of Daytona are
now heard in nearly every state in the
Natural beauty alone, however, is not
*utirely responsible for this. Natural
advantages must always be supple-
nented by push and energy. The people
have done far more work that the cas-
al visitor can realize, and this under
nany adverse circumstances. Beyond
he advantages of a railroad we have
nd no Flagler or Plant, and what has
been done is the work of the citizens.
With the large increase of tourists, I
very year greater new conditions con- I
The Most Goods in Townl
The Best Goods in Townl
Most Goods for the ULast Money!
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.
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St||1.8 pa TYear in Advance. bf W ap aw unieta
sIM is e P ar Lpuae Each Time. ImpO ho to Mp beetis h to
hipmMIis baMr to
o t s"i ast n e as e t Daytosa, ,ik a aiti
-- -rasNoF Mo w a Matter. beth powor ha .Md,_ or itI
both a alder P 2ur -a I l
f 1tmaday, Nov. 1, 1'02. metds f the kIad hama to media
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a --t b le to -m iniu-u.m
II -bm iea eto a M tmitate.
For U tAd tets ge, itor:
wrISP&vIt iul ~LRY.
p6or, o~gne Beon District:
For Comptroller: Irc1 Tonic
S"A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State: han '- amr *
RH. CLAY CRAWFORD. ug I eioasus%-3,a ev
For Jutice of the lSuprnwe Court: wIrel:mts.e d eredaseag. ae @
W. A. HOCKER. 8.,omu w0m w
For Railroad Commi1'onw*': p-l- P aonm"i
RI Hl-lIKON BI-Rl:. ThTf newbgtao met theN t eo
JEFFERSON B. BR'WN. t1o.tlBevohave.:
VOLWOaA COWN TY. wmis e sa n n-fm-a reaS'est s
Sim odor diints booa n e ia als
For State Senate: Si 1 .-ISI 'SN i
FRANK W. SAMS uinamy.
For Reprementative-: h-sm- -W6 --1 M ml O=Islal*-nm~es
CHARIJ8 L. SMITH. an c al"L nhmg
THOMAS J SPARKMA. s -.
For County Treats. .r: Idwmll b i ti .
4 J.J. VINZANT. -- 3inaMA
For County Tax Colk itor: Uweyboteoa I3ar
D. PERKINS SMITH H. IHso bas Tm asow
For County AwsseWMr: -r l i
8AMUEL B. WIlSON. --l. Dr. Hars.
For Board of Public nstruntion: MAde lI
J 1,. CHANDLER MDAYTGI .nm
L. E. CAU;SEY u'n110off .n.wed11 1
E. F. KNAPPE. 1 7 s u
For County Commispi'.ners.:
SD.0BROOKE AN APPEAL TO DEMOCRATS.
FRANK E. BOND
W. H. McBRIDE The Democratic State Campaign Comn
T. L. RODGERS mittee. comprised of Arthur T. Williame
T. J. MURRAY. J. M. Barre, J. D. Fearnride, W. T. Pal
is an-vowed- mer, J. D. Calloway, and J. N. C. Stock
S Axanrr s an avowed ton, have issued a call to the Democrath
tr "Bob" Davis' shoes two votersof Florida to support the eon
i M hqe.. Jim *ays he stand. for stitutional amendments proposed t
I oglpu.re Bryan democracy. and pr- believe the present congested eonditioi
am that he will have a nru for his of the Florida Supreme Court.
The remedy suggested is a Democrati
s *IS*y. measure, and all members of the party
i are urged to give it loyal and enthusi
STATE FAIR NOTES. atic support. The appeal is as follows
To the Democratic Voters of the State o
l e limo herd of Devon cattle. which Florida.
r eivedi the sweeptakes award at the The Democratic State Committee of
Charleston Exposition. will be exhibited Florida, at its meeting in the city o
atLakeCity. Jacksonville on the 15th day of April
quimo village. ,whih recently 1902. created a campaign committee
Te samo muh a ,wh e nt io a and by resolution charged that commit
Fair e uch atteant will i. o of tee with the duty of representing the
FairatAtteant will o, ofState committee in all matters pertain
thi Midway attractions of our Fair. ing to the present campaign and the
Aqmnagewents have been made for election to take place November 4th
sqplPing power to exhibitors of macb- The Diemocratic Campaign Committee
uTry, so that a very attractive exhibit deem it their duty to call tothe attention
oI machinerv in active operation is as- of the Democratic electors of the State
mul. the fact that the Democratic State con-
AD regular freight trains will trans- mention held in Jacksonville in June, A.
por t art lese constituting part county ex- D. 1902, unanimously adopted as a plank
b ftt fem any regular freight stations in its platform the following.
See fcharae, when marked by shipping TE= CONDITION INTOLERABLE.
nt larished by the official State Fair "We declare the present condition ol
s' usetative for each county. the Supreme Court docljet to be intoler-
able, the long delays in getting decisions
H haroqa, Lee and Polk are the lat- knountiag to practical denial of justice.
l aditia to tle iMt of co'in tiesmak- Thi condition has so long existed that
kg eSelal exhibits. The number i it appears impossible, without addition-
L oU O haW larger than last year. If al constitutional provision, to remedy it,
r we had a good Fair then, what must it and we favor suchchange ofconstitution
e ths year? Come and see for yourself. and statute as will promptly remedy the
* The Atlaatic Coast Line Railroad has intolerable condition. To that end we
S aiedaaIoi aeemente ofspecial excursion recommend that three additionaljustices
teaai fhom Sanford and Leesburg, teach- of the court shall be provided, and that
g Lake City at 10 a. m. and leaving at the court shall be divided into two divis-
5 p. m., this allowing visitors to see the ions, each having power to decide and
h ir without absence from home over dispose of cases under such regulations
t. The other railroads are arrang- as may be prescribed by law or the rules
agmiar schedules. of said court.
DUTY OF DEMOCRATS.
VYe KIw WhMt vs Are Tbg The Democratic Legislature of 1901
Whm you take Grove's Tasteless Chill provided for the submission to the elec-
Teae bease the formula is plainly tors of a constitutionalamendment, car-
printed on every bottle showing that it trying into effeet the provisions of that
i implT iron and quinine in tasteless platform plank.
form. No Care, No Pay. 2.w The truth of the statement that "the
Long delays in getting decisions amount
J. collum and family will nupy to practical denial of justice," i in-
the ton hou for the winter. disputable, and the fact that any defend-
ant against whom a judgment is obtained
-who is able to give bond, can d-lay for a
"Last winter an infant ,'hild of mine long term of years the recovery of dam-
had croup in a violent form," says Elder ages found by the lower courts to be due.
John W. Rodgers. a Christain Evangelist encourages the appealingof allcases, and
Valley, Mo. "1 gave her a few domes gives an undue advantage to wealthy
f Chamberlin's Cough Remedy and in a individuals or corporations, and forest
short time all danger was past and the even judgment creditors to accept uncon-
d overed." This remedy not only scionablecompromisesoftheirclaims and
ecseroup but when given as soon as in many instances, renders collection of
the rt symptoms appear, will percent just claims impracticable; and it is also a
the attack. It contains no opium or fact that this is condition for which the
ther harimal maustance and may be Demoractic party, through its offleials, is
gha as coaldently to a baby as to an responsible.
addt. For ate by AU Druggists. vOTr r'o AMENDMENTS.
The Democratic State Campaign Com-
Smi "ttee, under the circumstances, deem it
their duty to call upon the Democratic
advoters in the State to vote at the ensu-
ing election for the said constitutional
amendment, which offers the only rem-
-I bod mah for six edy open to the people, and urge all Dem-
.l a "s relief ocratic county committees to take such
Steps as they may find practicable to
IWO procure the adoption of the constitution-
L. Haw, Newiagain, Out. al amendment.
Published by order of the Democratic
colds always State Campaign Committee.
50] 10 om thing serious xAn=- T. WILLIAMs.
n into chronic J. M. BAR, Chairucan.
a w, or consumption. l----
Don't wait, but take Allow me to say a few words in praise
A s Cherry Pectoral of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I had
0aS soon as yourcough a very sever cough and cold and feared
A few dOSS ill I would get pneumonia, but after tak-
Se dM~i then ag~ the second dose of medicine I felt
Couill met in regular mselon Mooda
eveni with President Smith i lth
chair. Present: Aldermen Atwood
Harris, Foster,. G. Smith. Stevens am
Minutes of the previous meeting wen
read and approved.
The following bills were presented aou
Halifax Printing House.........$...$ 4.25
W. E. F'n eb, time men on streets 147.71
Gove & Strother. 259yards shell.. 77.70
Petition of .1. II. Gittens to place
sewer from llnlilax House to deep water
i.j river % as read. Moved Ald. Harri,
a.conded Aid. Mathlews. that same be
granted on the condition that the street
is fixed afterwards 8iO thu o lmui or hol-
lows are left; carried.
Report of Street Conmissioner French
on Live Oak avenue Arain, showing to-
tal cost to be *:112.15 received and
given to Special Aasesomient Committee
with instructions to asset two-thirds
of cost to property benefitted; carried.
Street Committee recommended that
petition of Mrs. S. If. Coleman to re.
move and trimi trees in parkage at 38
South Ridgewood be laid on table.
Moved by Aid. Mathews. neconded by
Aid. Foster, that report lbe accepted;
Moved by AId. Matlews, seconded by
Aid. Foster. that Street Coflinisaiontr
French be instructed to remove tree
blown down across 2nd Ave.. and to
remove low limb oni oak tree in front of
J. 1'. Pl'ollitz" house: carried.
Moved by Aid. Mattlews. seuondedl by
Ald. Harris. that Street (ommisnioner
Freuch Ie, authorized t4o drain w water off
of Midway; carried. 1
Moved bIy Aid. C. Smith. seconded by
Aid. G. Smith,. that Frinc-h Iw allowed
not to exceed $1,1, flor drilinag of Mid-
Moved by Aid. tlveins. se-ondm d Iy
Ahld. Mathews. that a collnittee be ap-
pointed to consider matterr of wwerage
for city. and fire protection and that
Mayor i'arkiLison be one of sllch conm-
nmittee; carried. Chair appointed Mayoi
I'arkinsnti Aid. Harris a iat AId. Atwood.
Moved byv Aid .Mathews., eonded In
Aid. Harris. that Mayor l'arkinsoni and
Pnw. Simithli ie nptoeinted a committee to
confer within Mr. F. I. Ibon, in i guardd to
franchise for elhetri- road anid report tli
next meeting of the council; voarried.
Report of cit. attorney on revim-d or
dinanie-s received ,Iand read and fiedol.
Moved by Aid. C. Snmith,i vllouded I i
Aid. Stevenis. that Mayor be instructed
to follow the or. Itirlti. striirtly in re-
gard to sidewalks: carri-d.I
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chill and Fever is a bottles of G(ROVE's
TASTKLESS n('ln.i, ToNim. It i:. simply
Iron and Quinine in a ttasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Priic- (, cents.
IMPORTANT TO FLORIDA TROOPS
The Florida Supreme Court ha
handed down a decision, prepared by
Chief Justice Taylor justice e Mabry
dissenting) which is of vital impor
tance to the Florida State troops
This decision will also be read with
interest by County Commissioners
throughout the State. as it declares
null and void that section of the
military act of 1S99. which reads:
It shall be duty of the Board ol
County Commissioners in each count,
in which there is a company or bat-
tery of State troops to provide each
company or battery with an armory
suitable for its meetings and drills
and the storage of arms and equip-
The Supreme Court holds that the
requirements are in violation of sec-
tion 6, of article 9 of the State con-
stitution, which provides that "the
Legislature shall authorize the sev-
eral counties. cities or towns of the
State to assess and impose taxes for
county and municipal purposes, and
for no other purpose. etc." It is held
by the court that an armory dose
not serve merely a county purpose.
In the course of opinion, the court
The conclusion reached is that the
militia of the State, aid every part
thereof, is essential and necessary to-a
State institution or rather an arm of
theState government, resort to~which
can only be had upon the failure of
all other governmental authorities:
and that it can be, and should be, in
the very nature things, wielded only
by the supreme sovereign power of
the State: that it is in no sense such
a county institution or establishment
as that any particular county can be
required or authorized to impose
taxes for it or any part of its main-
tenance. It is essentially a State in-
stitution, taxation for the support
of which can be imposed only by the
State and when so imposed such tax-
ation is required by section 1, of arti-
cle 9 of our constitution to be at a
uniform and equal rate upon all tax-
able property throughout the State
and cannot for such purposes be con-
fined to our burdened upon the prop-
ertyin any one county to the exclus-
ion of any of all of the other counties
of the State."
JENNINGS A CANDIDATE
The Tamapa Times of a few days
ago contains the following:
"Gov. Jennines is an avowed candi-
date forithe seat in the Senate of the
United States now occupied by James
P. Taliaferro, of Jacksonville." said
a prominent North Florida politician
to the editor of the Times yesterday.
Continuing the aforesaid politician
said, "I have seen this statement
appear in print before, but you can
set it down as gospel truth that the
Governor is in the race, and in It to
stay. He can not be choked off or
induced to quit.
"His candidacy is, of course, caus-
ing the followers of John Stockton
much uneasiness, as they both belong
to the same faction.
"But the Stockton people can't in-
duce Jennings to get out of the way"
the political observed with evident
SThis, of course militates to the
advantage of Senator Taliaferro,"
he conintued. "A hard fight is ahead
but I believe the Sentor will be nomin-
ated reelection. He certainly deser-
ves this consideration at the hands of
thepeople -his record entitles him to
When the canal now being cut to con-
leRt the Maiitanzas and Halifax Rivers
is completed light draft vessels can make
the inland trip between St. Augustine
and Biscayne Bay, a distance of nearly
Everyone is enjoying and commenting
onil the cooler weather.
llul~lflI11i- _-1-E_ -A lll ,
SOL- Newsy Budget of |
: Doings at Port Orange
' 1 d i1ll1l' ::i fl|tn awivill"
Mrs. Milburn is having quite exten-
sive repairs made on her house.
Ed. Lindberg one of our old Port
Orange boys, came down Saturday to
visit friends here. Ed. has been in
New York all summer. running a
steam launch on Long Island Sound.
Quite a number of our young people
took in the excursion to Titusville
('ut this out and take it to any drug
store and get a free sample of Cham-
terlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
the best physic. They cleanse and invig-
orate the stomach, improve the appe-
tite and regulate the bowels. Regular
siz.,. 2.':. p:'r box. All Druggests.
Miss May Milburn came down from
St. Augustine Sunday to visit her
parents, returning Monday morning.
Mr. Thompson and his neice, of
Charlevoix. Mich., arrived last week,
and have rented Gust Johnson's house.
A surprise party was gotten up
Monday in honor of the eighty-fifth
anniversary of Mrs. Dangerfield's
birthday. Mrs. D. is a very old resi-
dent: been in Florida since the Mexi-
Best ULimet n Earth.
I. M. McIlany, Greetville, Tex., writes
Nov. 3d, 1900: "I1 had rheumatism last
winter, was down it, bed six weeks; tried
everything but got no relief till a friend
give me a part of a bottle of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. I used it and got two
more bottles. It cured me and I haven't
felt any rheumatism since. I can re-
conmmend Snow Liniment to be the best
liniment on earth for rheumatism." For
rheumatic. sciaticor neuralgic pains, rub
in Ballard's Snow Liniment, you will
not sunfer long but will be gratified with
Publk Notice to Physcians mud Surgeous. s peedy and effective cure. 25c, 50e.
Omffie of Medical Examiners.. an l $1.00 at J. M. Jones.
tHe enth Judicial liistrict
Orlando, Fla., Novemln-r 1. lliir2.
In accordance with an act e'ntllttld. "An
Act to tRegulate the Practlce of Medline.-
etc., approved May 31, IWi5. you ar.- brerl>
notiiedthat the koard of Me-dical lE:xam-
iners in and for the ev-enth Judicil l DI)-
trict of the State of Floridu wI nimeet at my
oice In Orlando, Orange county, Florldii. Ibm Igmuas i m m o fs @meo
on Tuesday, Iecemnber tl. ltr, it Iwling the i e m h
second Tuesday In the nmoltth. I t 9H
R. L. HAnIS, Secrmttury. aes ItaS m lf medw
stores at Lake City and Jacksonville
- -%- -
Week beginning Nor. 2. 1902.
Monday............................. :" 8
Tuesday.......................... 9 .,4i
Wednesday............. :....... 1
For sale at a Bargain.
TIe n% of Nw' ofW', of ec. 31. Twp.
18, Soith IRnge :35 E., nnmtainin r 20
atre". twing about % nil.e north of Oak
lHill station on F. E. C. Ry. The above
contains ahout 7 ner-s of the finest
celery lands in Florida. and is situated
within 25 yards of a draminas canal
now in uw. which would thoroughly
drain the muck lands at all seasons of
the year. Title p-rfect Price $450.
Inquire of Edw. Fitzgerald, Daytona.
,llull lllli ill 1luhi iillidt l -
SNeville H. ark |
S yes Examined Free.
S At Clark Jewelry Store.
AIL ( if@ff4luUll.- rildliti
Cos, PM&or imam, li l Il _l
leme of service uneqWled
in the world.
It has been a Pioneer in the Northwest
sad west in the use of the block system
in the operation of its trains, in the
lighting of trains by electricity, heating
by steam andSmany other progreeive
method, 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 Minneapolis have
the costliest and handsomest Sleep-
ing Cars in the world and the best dining
Time tables, maps and Information
furnished on application to F. A. Miller,
Gen. Pass'Agent. Old Colohy Building.
at a Bargain
The land known as the A. C. Barr
grove. containing'about 17 acres, will
be sold for $2534). For particular en-
quire of J. N. DAVIS, South Ridgewoold.
We Kno* Our BlameMs.
To woaMat p.at a M O
Iee is no r-ikwhMayouUhsd her. W have
mds the draW am a sefal iudy sfear Wi.
lnpdmpwloa rk is of vital muinnmaea, WIth
I Fine Pianos ........... .
High G trade ........... 25M
Used Pianos .......... 126
Second Hland Uprights 80)
Wehave la sakMa l ned ase
F eW m "I Squares. 25
with MnS Piano~st* oenit.
TFroistu enmasV-e orwom
W. GllTitus J C
W. F. Gi-le, Jr & Co
Notice Is herehv given ihat tihe uledr-
ligned administrator of the estate of T. J.
Metts deceased, illi on the first day ol
IDecember. A.. I'.. i, make applilcatin .t,
the Hon. Minor H. Jones., Judge of tht.
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florild, for
leave to sell at a private sale the following
.property situated In the County of Putnam
and tateof Florida and described as fol-
lows. towlt: sw'L4 of se, sei of sw',, s-Sc
II. Twp. 10, H. r7, comiprl ng )ncrers. as the-
property of sald estate.
Shirts and Collars
Mrs. Jane Gooden
3:18 .Sith iBeach Stnreet, Daytona, Fla.
Northern Meat Market,
IT J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.
The Largest and Finest
SMarket South of lacksonvile.
We ke.j cIn im plete st eck of all kindIs of
Fresh Floridla andl Western Meats.
113 North Beach Street.
Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
DIXIEE FL'YI. t Iit lr TI
Lv..................... ..............I 4-'ksonvill,......... ..........................\ r
Ar.....................................Vahlos t:i ....................... .......... ,
Ar ....................................... Mailonl ..................................... ,
.A r.........................................lattannt.................. .-
A r ............... ....................(i 'lh i it t In >. >t ;:i ................................. I v
Ar ............................... t. Louis................................... I
Ar Chicago lv
2.: am Ar..................................... LouiNville........ .............................
7:2( am Ar.......... .. ............... Cincinnati .................................. ,
9:15 am Ar................. ...................... Chicago.................................... -v
p c ill
No. 4- I-ixie Flyer--4'Carries 'Pullman Drawing Room Buffett Sleeklin, 'Crs.
Jacksonville to St. Lonis and .Jaeksonville to C(hiic'aao without change' u akinx
direct connection at Nashville with sleeping cars for Lmouisville ('ineinnati andi
Chicago. Stops at nil A. V. & W. stations.
Through coaches bettwein .1J-ksonville and Ma.aoan.
Connection i made at Jacksonville with nil northbound trains eof the 'Swlxc.lIrd
Air Linew and Florida East 'Coat Rys.
E. I. H t.%IITIES. Genl. Slua*t.
Hot Lunchli served at all hours.
Oyster stews a specialty.
Call and See
the new line of
Wire Grass Goods,
Rugs and Art Squares
A nt-\\ line iof new cook stoves just
J. H. Niver & Son
\VIII\ 'OMI'PANY DROP'S IN
1l, not li ait at loss for something dainty
for t h.ir rfr h-liment. A-mld to the
for s4miei. ,f I hleir -l-liis lsbrelal. cake or
.\ fri, 'ih nlppql is prolIinedl ea-ch day,
anI l .ia; h, :arti.l,. is light. risp. whole-
-a- -e ., -Mull a e. l hTe,
S --- ..- 'IThe'lv \w|ill pl,a.,,. i ..,- ist .11a1l reflect
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD it"alath' # 1i 1" ''.-
T Gramling Bakery
To St. Louis and Chicago -
Pullman Palave. Sleeping l'ars from .hlacksoanville to St. Louis and, to C'hi.-He,.
leaving .nlaeksol:ville Ii1ily at 4 p. mI.. via their fale s
Dixie Flver Route
Then your liver isn't acting
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
For fVi raac. *#.6h .hw-.. a...
waf tso gap p uadon*ofel M
It makes light the labors of washing. Turns
wash day Into play day. Better than any Soap
ade only by THEN.I FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Clw YTek aiT S, L%.-o---MlN s ew OVL FAL T32W4.
D. PICKETT. Goi- PnRm- A,,,+.
Stam iand Hot Water
Emtiammt Fn d. Work
P. 0. Box S5
Ofe at Eanroma HBotel. hop
S H. Gov
ARreTB1 BrILDER AND Co
Residence and oflke, northeast
Ridgewood and Volusia a smm
'Phone 89. Daytoma,
J. D. Carnichad
Before you have your plumbif
He can save you 15 per cent. AM
guarantAl. Rear of City Hotel
If. H. SEELYE. M. A.. M. D.
Physician and Surgeoh
Otfii i and i n idence 127 Ridgewl
avenmne, opiohite Ridgewood Hotel.
Telephone No. 1.5 .
Halifax Music Hous,
ALuma BDRwKT, Proprietor
!ocated on North RWigewood. This houe is now open for econd
season. It has all modern improvements that ean contribute
to the comfort of guests.
MeNu Best te Market Aflord.
Strictly First Class.
One block from the depot.
Will he open the year 'round.
Rates, $2.00 and up.
t E. & M\. 1. DILLINGHAM. Proprietors.
.................... .............. ........
THE FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE
Overlooking the Halifax River,
the management of H. W. Dunklee, wholwas one of the succesful
manager. of the Seaside Inn last eason.
Cuisene First Class. Large Airy Rooms. 0
HOUIE THOROI'(HLY RENOVATED.
UIee of sail and row Ioats free to guiets.
OPEN NOV. 1st. 0
THE SEASIDE INN
Opposite Keating's New CasCno and Pier.
Old Seabrnei. (Daytona) Florida.
hb handsome new modern hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing
fth in Florida in now open for the Winter Seanon of 1402-3. Large
by room. Dining room overlooking the ocean. Fine Casino and services.
H. F. STEWART, Proprietor.
Open November Ist.
hbty located on the corner of Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues, each 0
0 bet wide, in the most elevated and most desirable residence portion
Mhttown. This house has a southern exposure; in lighted by electricity; 0
J6a r plumbing and all modern convenience-; well heated and well
eooms niody furnished and containing large closets. The table im
hest the market can afford. For rates addrns
[ JRS. B. PARKINSON. Daytona. Florida. :
S. H. MOSELl
Terms $7 to
mr Season, from May 1, 19003.
*& South Carolina Avenue,
5$9 per Week.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Ma adkor awe& Maw
NioateMe1i1g that theme is ae op-
p"se i o to e De9 m oDtle mminees,
-eapt sw jusmte of d pea f this
dis 0et o W SyDemo shoMns e to e
pou maxt Twesy sadM et his vote lor
the p tyommes. You may ot have
eemeeded in having th eaNdMse ofU
your chole momiiated, but as a partl-
Pent In the primary you are ia boaor
bound to support the ucemeal can-
Be eanful to place an X mark to the
LEFT of the names as they appear on
the ticket, and aso the .Constitutional
Amudmmet&. Tbe amemadmemts are
submitted to the people in compliance
with etolutions adopted by the lat
Democratic State Convention, and it
behooes all Democrats to vote fur th am
by pla ing an X mark opposite the word
"Yes." If, however, you cannot cot.-
selUsiotly vote for them, place the X
mark before the word "No."
Vote for One.
For Member of 01th Oongress, d Congres-
sonalDiMstrilet of Forda:
X ROBERT W. DAVIS.
Vote for One.
For Justle supreme Court:
WILLIAM A. ROCKER.
Vote for One.
For Becretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
Vote for One.
A. C. CROOM.
Vote for Two.
For REtlroad Commissioners:
R. HUDSON BURR.
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.
Vote for One.
For State Benator, St h District:
FRANK W. SAMS.
Vote for Two.
For Members House of Representatives:
CHARLES L. SMITH.
THOSE. J. SPARKMAN.
Vote for One.
For Tax Assessor:
SAMUEL B. WILSON.
Vote for One.
For Tax Collector;
D. PERKINS SMITH.
Vote for One.
For County Treasurer:
J. J. VINZA NT.
Vote for Three.
For Members Board Public Instruction:
E. F. KNAI'IE.
L. E. CAlUSEY.
Vote for Five.
For C oun tyi (Inil silloners:
F. E. BOND.
It. ID. BROOKE.
T. J. MURRAY.
W. H. McBRIDE.
T. L. RODGIERS.
Vote for One.
For Justice of the Peace, 'th Distrlct:
C'HAS. R. COX.
Constitutional Amendment Sec-
tion 2, Article -Increasing number
Justices Hupremu Court.
C('istitutional Amendment Kec-
lion 2, Artile5-Increasing number
Jusltces Mupreme Court.
Constitutional Amendment Sec-
tion 4, ArtI tle --RKelating to met hod
of transacting business by Supreme
Constitutional Amendmen t -o-
lion 4, Article 5-Relating tolu nmethd
of tra sacting business by supreme
lion th Article 5-Imncreasing num-
ber Circuit Judges to h and provid-
hing for Judicial Circuits.
Constitutional Amendment -Sec-
tion K, Article 5--lncreasing num-
ber Circuit Judges to 8 and provid-
Ing for H Judicial Circuits.
B--itiil Clear Skies.
Herbine exerts a direct influence on the
lowels, liver and kidneys, purifying
and strengthening these organs, and'
maintaining them in a normal condition
of health; thus removing a common
cause of the yellow, inothy, greasy skin,
and more or less pimples, blotches and
blhckheade. 50c at J. M. Jones.
i oThonet19. o
Spencer B. Green **
Steam and Hot a
Water Heating. -
Agent for the Ericsson
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. Ry. (\V.-t f I,-i..li i
NOW ~TOPE2N F(
owell'os fzu aE.Line
R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,
Sthe Up-to-IDate Barber Shop.
AU Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
Dry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
ed promptly on short notice. All
of our wood was cut last year.
DJ L ODUMlI1S North Beach Street.
J. Li. OL., Telepbhoe &-.
No Time to Lose
You cannot afford to disregard
the warnings of a weak and
diseased heart and pu: off tak-
ing the prescription ,f 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.
e W J. W. Woodcock. am of th
bes @L..VWilsonsra In thbe ec-
.Vtl.athis hoomeI&aPortland. Ind.,
w sievghisM lawn.-rThs PrM.
Mrs. M. A. Bird.sal, Watkns, N. VY,
whose portrait heads this advertise-
meat. says: "I write this through grat-
itude for benefit I received fr. Dr.
-., -. a'- I h._ A I..a.anftLnm
1-lorse~lioci ng ::i (fiteral Blacksneitheing
Near Bond Inmiber Yalrd
Saw and Planing Mills
art now* I jli t-l''al -i .4 ti) firyisi.h atll kinds of
ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE
IgI TflII TheNation's
"SAN MAT EO"U Best Cigar.
It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tolnwu-,o.. .It, r.0. ni hI opium
and other drugs, when you can have the pure Floridalt iaf ;,t ti\t (,'lit priie?
Box of 25 ..................$1.00IFREE BY MAILITO ANY ADDRE.S.
o s)x o -f 0) ................ 1.
S. W. ROWLEY, ^.".O.DA.T
The Old Reliable
Winter Park, Fla.
Founded 1S"T, having special Florida <-hatrter < i ,lr l.t.
The South Florida College. Located on a high I"i"' :-i'lg.- : ,ne-ebm
the spring-fed lakes of Oran- ('County. .\l sl,,t.-ly 1i, ema:!;i hi.
School of Elcu~tionI.
F- .u1....t ,..; ,,inmnt ainutiful location. Beit board. EL w-ees -low. A room
Handsome line of Pillow Cover and
Fancy Articles just received
MRS. J. A. DOUGLASS
North Beach Street. 9-6
DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.
I'PELLctIE & Rix, Proprietore.
W. F. Gille, Jr., & Co.
MIT T NERY and DRSSMAKINGD
Rubber Tire Carriages Fine HoneS Carefd Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turnout ia the city.
'Bnuses meet all traiIns and take pla-Iseltger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables op ,Kite Public School.
FW Gi e Jr Co Leading:
I I IDruggist
S'Tihew lr4'gst anl Miost Complete Stock
of iDrugm illn )avtita. I'Prel .riptionis com- *
*0 pounded by Ihgisterni I'tPharniacist only. :
% Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0
TRY OUR PINE TAIR COtGII BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
S leach Sweet. 1P % 0. P P DATTONA. FLORI D A
BOND & BOND CO.,
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Si ings C iling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager
HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
1l. 11. GODWIN, Priprietor
UK. IoWoILAM PTlnap mi Pore
&.n S~wf, Tumaug, t
Work Wood YardP Madeto Order.
4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHAR1IACY,
Norrm BEACH STREET
Has a Select Stock of.....
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES. BRUSHES,
COMBS AND TOoILET SOAr14S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours Sundays, 9.00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:130 to 4:30 p. m.
We are prepared todeli-
kind of dry Wood. Our
price is right. l)rop a
postal and we will call. EARLS & C()LEE. n I o."aA e.
We have one of the freshest, finest
and best lines or groceries in Daytona*
Howard & Plorrison
Wql AP% I -- -1 rbo- -
SwYorkna..u ar Boston and the asTO
le~w York. Boston and the East
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THEOCE via Pa tial Express Steamships.
Sailings rom Savannah
THREE SHIS EVERY WEEK
To ~ew York. making close connet -na with New York-Boston ships or Sound
LiAs. All ticket agents are supplies; with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
aal ialormation. sailing schediu staternom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS, General great 224 West Bay St., Jackonville, Fla.
W. H. PLEASANTS, Vice Pres. am! Manager. E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 35 N., ,h River, New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
J. W. WILKINsON. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
clc"O Stge e..
MTe 6F TOE CILESATI TIAIMS:
The Southerns Palm Limited
The Washington RIhmonO and
The New York and Florida xpres
iT MW WAIT.
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
a Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Athrogh "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated ia
s-metis, with the Plant Syte and Florida East Coat Railwa
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all thrg
Ask Fr Ti Fist vk slater ilway. Ca rsup@d e stslh .L-
ILH. F. CARZY, h. P. Agt., 106 V. Bay St, Jacldstk s Fl.
Vahhguba. D. C
V. I. TAYLOR,
Amll Gea'I Pam. Ago
O',gglPAW? COAST OFPLObrn*
FIROM EST CWAT RAILWAY,
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In Efect Aug. 28,1902.
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BUIPUT PARLOR CANA ON TRAINS U AND 7TL
URANOX LIN=S ONUDULUS.
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A sallow complexion. disziness,M
-hiMma ns ad a coatedtonae
asI common ladicatious of liver
-kidae.vdiseaes. Stomach and
troubles, severe as they are.
ite warning by pai,
\t~l ki .and kidney troubles,
ia11 painful at the start. ar
to cure. Thedford's
Bck-DrMmbt never fails to bene-
fit disMsed liver and weakened kid-
nes. It tin rsp the torpid liver
to throw of t gems eof eer and
81oe. It is a e ia prevo tive
of cholera and Bright 'sdisee of
the kidnes. With kidneys re-
inforced by Thedford's Black-
Draught thousands of persons have
dwelt immune in the midst of yel-
low fever. Many families live in
e health and have no other
tr than Thedford's Black-
Draught. It is always on hand for
mae an emergency and saves
many expensive calls of a doctor.
am s SC. ac Wm l, 191,.
I have md ThetWwerd' Black. Dm
arlmn years and I have t had tege
to adedr siace I have been taking it.
It s the best medicine for me that s
ea the market rw v an kidney
| yltloa Tev. A. G. LEWIS
I Daytona Telephone I
LANGUAGE OF CIGARS OALT COL
___A I "se saswem"t Wermb e WYap
THE TERMS USED IN THE TRADE AIE tae o ftdn"5v .
NTatwMm bIsb of the sinbp hai
GREEK TO MOST SMOKERS ate bhae d ordered the yroa Cg
Sensesot o 0@ o bee ased nervouly at the rotaun
MA.0. *W. to ae- -ak e It was plain h Bad overmep
A" we -Mw T t n -m t ndlgetloe by bolting his food
Asi ecoe ue was the stumbling block. It
Whenever the average mttored to- was hot-very hot-but the clerk need
bacco lover wishes to lidtilte to 11M ed it badly, and be sipped It carefully
envious friends that be I la possession having due regard for his mouth an<
of a cigar of the frst quality, be usual- tongue.
ly says that he has a perfect. By But time pressed, and, with a parting
perfect he means the best cigar oh- laSe at the clock, he reached for hi
tainable, and as a rule be ppsl tho glass of lee water and prepared to pour
name to all products Ot the Havana Msoe of the frigid flul into his cup.
name to a products Do theHaaa't spol your coffee. young man.
factories. But la trth, declare a sad an elderly gentleman who was
Intelligent writer nl the Kaana City eating has breakfast on the other aide
Journal, a good many Cigars that of the table. "You take all the good
never saw Havana are genuine per- out of It by putting lee or lee water in
fectos, and a good many made In the It"
most famous factories of the Cuban The clerk was ft flrst Inclined to re
capital are not. The word, as a mat. sent the Interference, but the patri.
ter of fact, doea not refer to the qualltj archal appearance of the other man
of a cigara l. It I simply a t tempered his resentment
ofa cigar at albe the shape. A pere "What am Itodo?" he asked. "I am
udtoOeribe the sahaie. A Irfeto late for the office, and I want this cof
may cost IL and It may cost 2% cents. fee badly."
There are half a dozen cigar terms "Let me show you a little scheme,"
thus misused by the average smoker, sald the elderly man. Taking the cylin.
and there are several times as many drical saltcellar from the table. he
words of the same sort wbose mean- wiped It carefully with a napkin, then.
big he sla utterly unable to fathom. reaching over, deposited th. glass ves-
What native, corn fed smoker, for In- sel In the cup of coffee.
stance, knows the dlfferebe between "Salt, you know, has peculiar cooling
properties," he said, meanwhile hold-
S panetela and a Relnas Victoria? And Ing the receptacle firmly in position.
bow many know whether there Is a "They put it with lee to Intensify the
real difference between a maduro and cold when making Ice cream. It Is used
an oscuro? Yet all of these terms are extensively In cold storage warehouses
the common property of cigar makers for cooling purposes, and being Ineased
all over the world. Like many cigar in glass does not affect Its power to
brand names, they are of Spanish ori- any great extent."
gin. but the wanderings of Havana As he spoke he withdrew the salteel-
tobacco and Cuban cigars have taken lar from the coffee and motioned to the
them into all countries and all lan- younger man to drink. He raised the
guages. cup to his liMps and, to his surprise,
The great majority of cigars are put found the liquid cooled to such an ex-
up fifty in a box, with thirteen on the tent that he could drink it without In-
top row. twelve on the row next to the convenience.
top, thirteen on the next and twelve "The uses of salt are manifold." said
on the bottom row. When a londres the elderly man, with the air of one be-
cigar is packed 100 In a box In two ginning a lecture. "I remember once
bundles tied with a ribbon, it becomes when I was In Mexico"-
a Reina Victoria. which Is Spanish for But the clerk, with another glance at
Queen Victoria. Early In the late the clock, thanked him profusely and
queen's reign a Cuban manufacturer dashed out of the restaurant.-New
invented this method of packing and York Mail and Express.
culled the resultant bundle after Great
Britain's sovereign. The uime has u- FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
imained ever since.
The wortL perfect is a term indicat- Land cannot be too rich or too mel-
Ing a certalu shape in cigars. A per- low for fruits.
fecto Is a smoke having what Is gen- Manure for the garden should be free
1- -r.11-1j-- t 1 u Iat-"_r .. .-* n. 1- s_--I
eraly called the "cigar shape--that from ntlweed tds.
Is to say. it is swelled near the end The head of a tree needs to be fairly
N1lTD TPC TN which is lighted and tapers gradually open to admit sun and air for full
N IC S down "o the point, or head. The end growth of fruit.
of a cigar which a smoker puts In his The dahlias will never disappoint
mouth is known among cigar makers you. ['ink, white, yellow or crimson.
ablin M aker ad as the head. The other end, that tall. dwarf or cactus, It it bound to
i which Is lighted, is called the tuck. flower.
W ood W worker s is often pps a perfect In the fall after the leaves have
Wthe tuck is v small, it Is ca led a dropped Is generally the best time for
Ileedle tuck o1 ..oather tuck. All others taking cuttings from quinces, but they
Doors and Window S-ree ii. P'ictunre follow these lines more or less closely, may be taken later.
Mouldings nade to orler. All kinds of A thin. straight cigar, with little Ileliotrope should not be mixed with
Furniture Repairingdone on short notiwve more thickness in the middle than at other cut flowers In water. They de-
at reasonable prices. the tuck. Is called a paetela. The I cay quickly and have a harmful effect
average panetela Is slightly longerupon the other blossoms.
than a perfect, though the matter of Mvosotis (forgetmenot) needs partial
Cottage Avenue, Daytomn, Fla size has nothing to do with the shape. shaing. but not the shade of a tree.
S_ Pa ianetelas are esteemed because they Pla nt among taler flowers or around
DaCtoa. ie rO burn more regularly and are usually rosebushes. and if will do well.
I v o IceV~rif better because more easily made. The n -h ., ,, be
virtue of the perfect Is that Its small- Plenty of yellow blossoms should be
W. Wri;G, Mantager. er tuck lights more readily, and Its secured for places which lack suit-
shine. Yellow Is good in almost every
more artistic curves give it greater situation and is the cheeriest of tones.
P U R E Ibeauty.oodca a&bun-
A londres Is a sort of cross between ood cultivation causes an abun-
the perfect and the panetela. It is dance of fibrous roots to be made. The
a perfect from the head to the thick- growth of any plant is largely meas-
est part. and from there on to the tuck ured by the numnler of tsl fibrous
Made from Dii tillhd Water it is betwixt and between. Usually roots._
the slope from the thickest part to the Too Smart.
tuck has a gradual curve. The tuck le was one of those men who are
as a rule is as large as that of a pane- constantly trying to beat down prices."
Factory open from 7 to 12 Sainlayss tela. aid a batink cashier. "and had evident-
A partegas is a cigar shaped much ly been looking around for again
"PiPons 41 i lTlikeU a lndres. except that the slope prids for his lll of exchange. When
from the thickest part to the head is he prcsur his to ill e of e an ske d then
Volusia Avenuo and Railroad. usually nt so rounded It is a shape rat,.. 1 replied. "On. tenth of 1 per
not nowr as fashionable as It used to |e(.|
..-........ .... .. i -be. and even when cigars are genuine "'Now, look her.,' he said. 'You are
OC e n Ho s, parteg:as the box is seldom stamped too high. I have done bushie..s lu this
an ous with the nane. bank for ten years, and yet you charge
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor. A conchas is a small blunt cigar. As me a higher rate tha I can get from
Rates $2.00 l ,r liivy and lpwardn; a rule it is a very satisfactory smoke, the Farmers' bank. over the way. They
Si 'ial to Igulir lnard...s iand usually it lasts as long as a per- will do it for one eihikh. If you don't
NF S.IYt lA. orIi l.. ; fecto. This is because that thin tuck do it for that. I'll take my account over
NEW MIINAf, FLIORIIDA. i- of the latter burns down rapidly. The there.'
.- .-- opera is a very small cigar of any 'All right.' I remarked. 'We will do
IOHN Bi I. l'.AtKINSON. standard shape. It derives Its name it for the same rate. considering that
Attirney-at l.a. from the fact that it Is designed for you are an old customer.'
Sl<>ll.ti,>i(;n..n Pi,,ipt \intin a short smoke between the acts, and "Tie bill of exchange cost him 0A)
(itti..e ith liiigha T.ni.i veryoftenu t Is calledon eutr-acte. The cents more than it would had he kept
S,. 'revas is a large, clumsy cigar, good quiet."-New York Times.
I oT,.\. I '.oiul for an hour's putting. T'I. largest size
of all is the Napoleon. Sometimes Ha- Needed Por Other Purposes.
It'It'lT Isil. vani Napoleons are six or seven inches A Georgia justice recently married a
Athol'il -t-l *1n ih length. The blacker ones are posl- runaway couple who drove up to his
..t tti v..i JiW tively terrifying. house and went through the ceremony
I'roumpt tattentio lliel.,, t ill i..1,i,,.'s.. The better grades of cga are usu without descending from the carriage.
Oftii., il the,. ',,,u,.tv lli.ulm "ally made in several shapes and sizes. When the ceremony was over, says the
ltI.LAN( I Ii..lll.\ There may be, for instance, the La Atlanta Constitution, the groom fum-
SFlor de Ilalibna perfectos, the La Flor bled in his pockets and fished up thirty-
Stie Ilabana panetelas, the La Flor de six cents.
1)iy.tolliIt 1 ; tl-tricl CO liabana operas, the La Flor de Ha. edge." he sid, "this here's all the
J. T'. 'TII I I, MA xj.;N bana partegas and the La Flor de Ha- money I got In the world. Ef you've a
bana conchas. The label is the same mind to take it, you kin, but I'll say
lI.K"I'nTI \!. ..,NTILS('T.rl. on all of the sizes and shapes, but on now that I done set it aside fer the
the front of the box the name of the honeymoon expenses." i
shape is stamped.
iri l,, ,. l.alt one end of each box of cigars will Her Oppor
be noted another word. Sometimes It
lFl'F4l1 supply .(of all kil. of .4.,.tri.nl is colorado, sometimes it is claro and "They say she isn't happy." com-
alllian.e.,s und l supili.s :ml~;i ,, ot hulni.l at other tiles it is maduro. This Idi- mented the neighbor. "but I don't see
cates the color of the cigars within, or, why.
ias uninformed smokers say, the "Oh. some people never are satis-
is 'wil ,itt,,iit, ii t u,, l iilli' \,, It uni forn e s okr s s the -fled."
". strength." The lightest of all cigars Thats right ad t's her own fault
:are a yellowish brown. They are called if That's risn'ht andy, because er ownshe's fauble
.*nlildini,,I,. t .ii. ltol l, ila. claros. Next In order come the colors. If tse isn't happy. because she's able
do claros. which are a darker brown, to bay clothes that will make all the
do caros which are the a darker brown, other women envious."-Chicago IPost.
$64.70 a,,d then come the colorados, whieh
anr alout midway between black and
To yellow. After the colorados come the* An Inlsumatsoa.
colorado maduros, which are a dark Dorts-Yes. she was furious about
California 4a Return' brown. and then the maduros, which the way lI which that paer rented
tire well nigh black. Formerly another her inarriage.
Via L. N. R. R. color was in vogue. This was the os- lelen-DLid it allude to her age?
Scuro. :and it was a shiny black. But of Doris-Indirectly. It stated that
lirst-.lhi.s. riun.,! trip ti,.kt o, in late tile fashion has been for ligbt "Miss Olde and Mr. Yale were mar-
*Iuhksonvilhl, on sal,. A I,,nt 1 t !.. ('or- cigars, and the word oscuro has almost ried. the latter being a well known col-
rn'slandiing ratt., train othi.r poin ts. droppe.1 out of use. lector of antiques."-Chicago News.
Tickets gtiood wim onr,. l val ailln .
turning inlother Fat\,ralh l,.t,,i,.-(.t'"r ,A Dangerous Month. The little dlaighter of Mr. J.1 N. I'owell
arr;tl ing l.. nt I.,I iit .,, 'liii.s tile month ofcoughlin, coils and iumnlell on ilan inverted rake madni ,f t.,
:i-ilt. eintarrhi. Doyou catch coldeasy? penny nails, and thrust one nail ent irely
Find. yourself hoarse with a tickling in through hler foot, a second one half wny
Sour t throat and a annoying cough at through. (haniberlin's Pain Blalum lias
ROUND TllIP RATES TO SEVERAL nilrht" Then you should always have promptly applied and five minut,..s later
POINTS WEST NO[T'Hi'WEST. handy a bottle of B;,llard's Horehound the pain had disappeared and no mcn-r,'
Do you use Whiskey for medicinal or other purpowt ? If so.
for prices and des-riptive matter.
The Riverside D .flmg Gompa
Manufacturers of High Grade Old Fashioned
North Carolina Hand Made
Alao Peneh and Appl Brandies.
Try our "Good Enough" C'orn Try oar a
Whiskey at $1.10 per gallon. aSt Uel
We are situated in the heart of the mountain section, where the pu t Gl e
are made, and can supply you with a grade of goods, the quality or Whk tol
We have subertor facilities for supplying our customers with high grado gsaEt
notice, and we positively guarantee every drop of whiskey that goem e. g at
We promise prompt shipment, and expresm rates that will Interest yos.
We guarantee absolute satisfaction Id every particular. Aug"
Riverside Dst il4ng Comjpany
We refer you by permlnsdon to First National Bank. Statesvllle, N. (., di
Statesville. N.C.. or Bradstreet's Directory.
,me.. e am
W Through ti-'k.et*to New York. Philadelp&is
New Haven, New Lomdon, Stoningt<
I'rovidence, Fall Iive-r, PAnton and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rate LOWER THAN VI11 ANY OTHER LINE. ThnvestesPam
trains every Thurinly. leaving Jmaksonville as follows:
Via th.e Sea Imlands......................10:10 a. In. (Metropolitan Limitmwl
Viai plant S ste .............................. pt:l in.
Via Siialoilrd Air Lite................ 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Pl'awengers leave Daytn;i .t:2 am and
3:22 pil, making -chwI connections.
For illustrate inat'tr. diagrams. res -rvations, tickets, etc., addrea
(;t4). If. (laruk. i..waal ~en-t. Dayton~a, Fla.
Special Low Rate
Calif omrnia, Colorado, Utah, Oregon,
Washington, Montana '"" Northwa
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS l
DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE"
During September and October, 1902,
For descriptive matter, rates. schedules et write to or call on
E. J. Walker, F. P. A.,
212 West iay v St.. or .. V. & W. Ry. Ticket Offlce, 201 W. Bay St., Jackme
F'. E. 11ARMAN. (Gen. l'a.s Agent, Hl. F. SMITH, Traffic Manag
Atlanta. 4;a. Nashville, Tens.
Tri. Weekly Sailings
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK,
('allling at ('harhston, 4'.. h.)th l i v>.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
The Clyde New Englaiid and Southern UMI
Dirfct S<'rvin. iPx-t'wetii
JACKSONVILLE., BOSToN AND PROVED NCL
AND ALL EASTEPLN POINTS.
Calling ;at C'liurlestoi Itot \Way;s.
ad .From Lewis' Wharf.
d ............. ..from foot Catherine street, Ja lI
CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S [U VE111 LINK.
Between Jacksonville and S-inford
s rOPlPING y.I' PALI.ATKA. M'i' Ills I' FlAN( I-. li. Il-,I'EV.ApOhIJ,(DML
BLUE SPI'lNGS m i~d hitf rnu. im-t1.1 I t uinir .% 4)11 -r..14 111 NS' R1111ER
STEMER"City of jJ~CkSCnville"
5..'ut fiitolm ,14. SCHXDULE otb
Redd im i.
4:31) it II
A rriv,' 5::tiintII
1' %TK I
htElt'.KA il o il, ) ,I'AN 1)h
General Passenger and Ticket office,
w 204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
Connections w ithlh-~tLand. Ho lly
Hill, Ormiond atud Aioundgrove.