Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00464
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: November 29, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00464
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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after this harrel is sold the prk ill tw high.r.
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A new line of Fishing Tackle ust receix-cd.

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Customers for the illany pretty Ltides
we have that lake your home mort coiu-
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A visit to our store will convince you hat
our stock is complete and our prices riiht.
SA new line of beautiful Oriental Rugs hwe
just arrived. Other late arrivals are: Parbr
Suites in bamboo, which are very pretty; hadl
racks, and new style folding lounges. 0 ?
We sell tlw Quick Meal Gnaoliwn Sttoves-th-y are just the tinp
to have your fuel bill. as well as lot of tinm.

Bingham & Maley, .

The Furniture Leaders and Undertakers.

i saturday afternoon at 4:45 the
hgtelsgram, which is self explan-
mr v received bytbe Gawette-News:
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J. R. Cole was in Jacksonville a few
days this week.
J. H. King, of Damia, in the guest of
his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Bea Der.
IF'The biggest school tabletayou ever
saw for a nickleat Barnes' Novelty Store.
Mesdames J. M. Jones and George E.
8ilvernail were visitors to Jacktonville

H. N. Emmons and wife, of Bristol, N.
H., registered at the Stanley House
W'Owing to ill health the Domestic
Bakery is offered for sale or rent, 28
Volusia avenue.
Ion Despland in entertaining his
brother, Jules Despland, and wife, of
Grandson, Switaerlond.
Win. M. Carswell arrived from Chicago
Thursday evening, and is making his
headquarters at Schmidt's Villa.
lIWCall on Barnes at the Novelty
Store and get fitted to spectacles and
eyerlaasee. A new lot just received.
G(eo. H. Hooper, of Baltimore, Md.,
arrived Wednesday evening, and will
aanist in Bea Der's Tonsorial Parlor this
gi.Ilt's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Koct & Gwinnei
are artistic in painting and paper-hang-
ng-better consult them.
Mrs. E. F. Mansfield started on her re-
turn journey to Canon City. Colorado,
last Saturday, after a very pleasant
visit with relatives and friends in Day-
O"Baskets, buckets and bags of all
kinds for lunch at Barne' Novelty Stom.
Geo. L. *atson, A. A. Bunnell, W. T.
Lindsay and J. F. Farris spent Thanks-
giving hunting at the head of the river.
They killed a large deer and some smaller
IrDeli.ious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
Dr. W. M. Catmpbell, of Cohoes, N. Y.,
is a guest of S.hmidt's Villa. The doctor
is considerable of a hunter. Thursday
he went out and killed a large bear west
of Holly Hill.
glyiTry the Flora Fina 10 cent cigar;
made in Daytona, Fla.
W. T. UL.ma & y(o.

'"Wormwood" was presented to a
small crowd at the Opera House Tues-
day evening. The play was well render-
ed and is one of the best of its class that
has ever visited Daytona.
NrI'hr.vstalized ginger at T-Pot
G rocery.
George H. Ludwig has sold his pretty
home on Volusia avenue to Mrs. Patter-
son. of Point Chantauqua, N. Y. Mr.
Ludwig will erect a smaller house which
he, with him family, will occupy.
g'You will find a nie assortment of
perfunwme face powders, soaps, bay ruin,
etc., etc.. of the finest quality for the
toilet at Geo. H. Clark's.
Mrm. F. W. Hankins anddaughters will
arrive from Bartow Monday and occupy
rooms over the Atwood Pharmacy, with
the former's son, W. Maxwell Hankins,
one of the proprietors of the pharmacy.
W'Fresh bread every morning at the
Gramling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
The Jensen Ice Works was organized
this week with capital stock of$]l2.000.
The officers are: Win. Wicking, president
and general manager; Benjamin Mason,
vice-president; Robert I. Wall, secretary
and treasurer. A charter has been ap-
olied for.
MirSterling silver novelties of every
description at Geo. H. Clark's Jewelry
R. I. Wall arrived in Daytona Monday
evening from an extended visit to north-
ern cities, were he has been organizing
a company to place an additional 15,-
000 acres of land in the Isle of Pines on
the market, Mr. Wall expects to leave
Monday for Havana, Cuba. 4
'rGeo. X. Clark's News Counter is
well stocked with all'r he last books
magazines and popular newspapers.
Mrs. Wm. Prltt and daughter, Miss
lone. of Mattoon, IlL; arrived Thursday,
and are stopping at the Stanley House.
Miss lone is a beautiful performer on the
piano, and a bright, intelligent young
lady. They aredelighted with Daytona,
and will stay here all winter.

Atwood Pharmacy
urll -Mw rvt CowV-'

The fa,,mis optiian. has return to late this winter,
Daytona. and can Ito consulted a be
aeye. fre' oft charge. at MIReachS tet. The masque ball given by the Halifax
neyxt. trt Mo, r,,.. a yigt te dRifles at the Armory Thureday evening
nest to Moor Broos. Ky.ight t -as' a very sice affair. Owing to the
free by oww of tlw most renowned sd chilly weather the attendance was not
eiurewfuil as well as reliable opticianlAt what was expected, but those who did
tl U.I; S. Dr. Manrus has the modej attend enjoyed a pleasant evening's en-
applian"e for scientific adjustment terte, inment. Some very grotesue a end
appliame Wt or eee.Thrc inut some very pfstty costumes wereMM
glasses to ti eye. There is no opticj floor. About eighty persons attended.
in the United States who enjoys the co4The music was furnished by Fielder's

gI,Dr. Taylor, dett, Poek MBlock.
The Hotel Rigewood will be opened
to gests Moeday.
J. D. Robertso-is meting am addition
to his hoos on ilitewood.
J. E. Rush was a visitor to Jackson-
ville Wednesdayj ad Thursday.
A. Beniett made a buslaess trip to
Jacksoanvill lo apart of thmi week.
OM m 110gl 1 47ry have a line
of home ml emadies, nut@ and fruits.
Mr. and Mrs John Bratt were among
the Daytonians vriiting Jacksonville
this week.
1@LThe Gramling Bakery i. prepared
to make cakes for parts and receptions
on short notice.
G. H. Mathews and 'l. L. Rodgersl
took In the sigito of kJackmonville' Gialsi
Week Weesaday.
Win. lVrdell. lost week, while at Itlake
lihuntingx squir-rr.l, caime across and shot
two large turkeys
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oliver and Mire
Oliver arrived from their suliinmer home
at Rahlway, N. J., Monday.
Mrs. C. L. Whiteiman, of Cineinnati, 0..
and Mius Frances Ludlow. of New York.
are guests of chnmidt's Villa.
J. W.Wilkinsom has leaned Mrs. Bart-
lett's house, on Ridgewood, to W. C.
Wood, of Cleveland, 0.. for the season.
1. M. C'ros has joined the Yacht Club,
and will shortly ring hin steam yacht
around from Punta (iordato the Halifax
WIBelgian Hares for Sale-25 and 50
cents each; or killed and cleaned ieady
for cooking 20 cents per pound, at
Clark's Rablitry.
The Circle that met at Mrs. (Gove's last
week had over thirty present; when they
have their Bazar we may count on a
fine display of goods.

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter went up to
Jacksonville last Sunday afternoon and
spent until Tuesday enjoying the fee-
tivitie of Gala Week.
Earles & Colee are erecting a small
building of two rooms on their lot to
save rent, and in time will erect their
main building in front.
I. M. Cross has purchased the south
thirty feet on Beach street. including the
buildings, of Miss L. A. Cross and Emma
C. Waldron-lot 3, blot-k 4.
A new 'phone has been installed in the
Gramling Bakery, and all that is nee-
emnary now is for patrons to ring up 93,
and their orders will be delivered.

IrPillow covers, center tops, doilies,
fancy yarns and all materials for fancy
work for Christmas presents at the
Ladies' Furnishing Store, in the Roxby
Mrs. C. L. Horn, of Goodall, died last
Saturday, aged 42 years. The funeral
was held Sunday, Rev. J. B. Hawk offi-
ciating. The interment wasin Pinewood
lir-Try Mills' oyster fry.
J. E. Rush wears an usually broad
grin on his face, and is liable to give his
patrons salt for sugar. It's all on ae-
count of the arrival of a twelve-pound
son Monday.
WTry our Royal Smoke i cent cigar;
made in Daytona, Fla.
W. T. LIaNsay & Co.
The Misses Evelyn Clark and L. D.
Anthony and Messrs. Neville H. Clark
and Shepherd Shnonds went to DeLand
Thursday to take in the football game
between Stetson University ad the Lake
City Agricultural College.
IIWCall and see that new Wokak devel-
oping machine at Barns* Noveley Stoae.
It is announced that a stock company
is being formed for the piNlcatlo of
another daily newspaper at ft. Augus-
tine. Tbh Evening Heord cover t
4eld very thoroughly, and another paper
will no doubt have slim "Ieking."
irThe Oranling Bakery bread is
health bread because It is absolutely free
from anything injurious.
invitations are out for the marriage of
Mli Harriette, daughterof Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Amsden, of Ormond, to Captaln
LeRoy 8. Lyon, of the Artillery Corps
U. S. Army. The ceremony will occur at
St. Bartholomew's Church, Brooklyn.
1LThe Gramling Bakery will put up
lanehes for fishing parties on very short
Fred D. Miller. of Atlanta, traveling
passenger agent for the Illinois Central
.Ry., was in Daytona Tuesday and
Wednesday, accompanied by E. J.
Walker, Florida passenger agent for the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry.
We acknowledge a very pleasant call.
lWWhole wheat bread at the Gram-
ling Bakery every day.
A party of four from :Daytona came
down Saturday by launch on a prospect-
ing tour. Their launch broke down just
as they entered the lake at Juno, but
fortunately J. Don C. Morris wasr up
there with his launch and he towed them
to town. Among the party was T. F.

Clad Carter i. assisting at Howard &
Morrison's grocery.
Mrs. J. Malby vited with friends
in Jaeksouvile this week. I
Editor J. M. Jolley, of the Journal,
visitd Jacksoeville this wwk.

Rev. Father O'Boyle was a visitor to
Titsmvile the flAt of the week.
I]Fancy articles for Christmas at
Mrs. Douglasa' milliWery store.
J. F. Trout and party arrived from
Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday.
E. T. Conrad went up to Jacksonville
yesterday, expecting to return today.
A bouncing baby boy was born to Mr.
an I Mrs. John L. OdumSunday morning.
TIe Minhe Mann entertained a num-
ber of friend. at their Holly Hill home
last evening.
Ahilnni Slimnit: is now at his ofPce
daily., and is fast improving from his
r. ent illhoe .
R. F. Jlbb, the eletlnt ticket clerk at
the passenger station, enjoyed the gaieties
of Jacksonville Thursday.
No man can claim to be great unless he
receives at least ten calendar by mail,
which are seat himn gratuitously.
Adam Schantz is having a handsome
cement walk laid in front of the electric
light plant and Lily Water parlor.
Jacob F. Sailer Iha sold out his lease
to Mr. Weblter. of Ponce Park, who will
fit up the building for a book and curio
Mrs. Grahani Thompson gave a "veg-
etable" party to a number of her friends
at her Beach street home yesterday

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin, of Jensen,
visited with their Pon, F. B. Austin, a
few days this week. They will return
home today.
W. W. Austin is the champion sea basM
fisherman of the season, having landed
a total of 136 from Keating's Pier dur-
ing the summer.

Rev. Frank Dixon arrived on time
Thursday, but owing partly to the cold
weather no one appeared at the Opera
House to hear him.
iW'Neville H. Clark, optician, at Clark's
Jewelry Store. No fancy prices charged
for prescription work.
Heaven helps those who help them-
selves, but* God help the man that 'is
helping himself to our wood pile if we
catch him at it again.
g.Boston Baked Beans at the (Iranm-
ling Bakery.
J. S. Decker, one of the early settlers of
Daytona, died at Jacksonville Thursday.
The body was brought to Daytona yes-
terday and interred in Pinewood Cem-
IWMrs. E. G. Harris willgivean exhibi-
tion of her paintings in about two weeks
at "The Photo Studio." Wait for the
exhibit before purchasing Christ mas
Commodore: Burgoyne has purchased
the C. B. White place, and will move the
house back to Palmettoavenue. He will
then beautify the lot on which it now
stands to correspond with the other
grounds adjoining his home.
Hervey Rose, of Gloverville, N. Y.. is a
recent arrival in Daytona, and is pleas-
antly domiciled at Mrs. J. Hinsky's.
Mr. Ros was, until a couple of months
ago, proprietor of the Gioveraville Morn-
ing Call. Owing to ill health he was
obliged to dispose of his newspaper, andI
is now trying to regain his health.
Rev. L. 8. Rader, D. D., Presiding Elder
of Jacksonville District, will preach andi
administer the Lord's Supper at First
Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday.
Nov. 30th, at 11 a. m.,andat the church
at aeebreese at 7 p. m. The Quarterly
Conference will be held at the chun-h in
Daytona at 7:30 Saturday evening.
November 29.
IW'Some fine new style calendars on
hand at Harris' Photo Studio.
Sheriff Turer wasiaDaytona Wednes-
day. In conversation with the Gazette-
News he stated that with very few
exceptoms everyone in DeLand is in favor
id the proposed electric road between
this city and DhLand. He is heartily in
favor of the project, -d says that with-
out doubt it would bring several thou-
sand ore people to Daytonmathan now
vit the city.

AU kinds of hot soda

drinks at Atwood
PWcy this winter.
Silas 8. Hawk, who has been clerking
at Moore Bros.' dry-goods store for the
past eight months, Jeft Wednesday for
Athens, Tenn., where he will take a col-
lege course ta Grant University. He
stopped off en route and spent Thanks-
giving with his brother, A. W. Hawk, at
Green Cove Springs. Silas and Miss
Hawk, who is now taking music at
Grant, will keep house together.

ie Footw,

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Do you need a new fall Suit?
We I hiv'o it: :i:lo n ii'ew sto-k of D)itlH's Tronc,.oers. You ,inu't rip
".eIn mior iill offa l Itronii.

I)I iii iro t:1u1iio-s fi-I.no : :t411, .9. IN*r :oi-oll ipo.

Sh irt wa'zists ;.1110 skirt gilosils ill Ifa, inols. efitI I izaitolI Iort is leb th
Nm% silks amiol velvets in all tits- latest 114 evlt j*-.

ANENT THE ELECTRIC ROAD. onet i i ir .olas,. are tainlybe
hinll i th lili,'s. 'Il lil onions i O frt *o b
\\ olol..> :oiii tliiig nec-eary to
Editoringazeit-N,.- : growth .1iil ivelolIlpment of o U
During tto. h- .t ,,f o l.-iat, I p.son i:ilt ic pir1ly f.,li, selfish motives are
are often inoliilu.ol iln w i.h : ii.' it't- r wortlihy of oonisi.lhr:it ion. nor will
wards regret ted. I ,i-ii toi soin e\litent c.'arry :Imy woiglit with the voter.
guilty of iih .. i;>aik- i0 thih. omi,'il ''Tlhi- ai* h io4- lwhoi oppoei any ie-
ro Mnul Moiiilayv niih I i t i s% i lto .:l that Pyi-toI'-I t i,.l **Iii lhe.vy desire to livel .
I have tih. l.ilhlo.st ro.. 1 i..l p rsoially for il- l-i' li" tiI Itov i in tll woods. "Ifthe .
the Kgeitlh'liall \vli,s.. i -,.i i I ;0, I ',|.> | hI '.et iaii h' ost-l ,here.. 'iliiNe they belie a
opo II. i- :i la ,>.ol-si ii. l la til\- is to. I i 4m t\ill m'viloain l uch they ha i' -
abiding o.itizen'. a;i Ilro.l rtly ,oIir ii.I. r1. iimadl. i-t;,k'- Thlie.r' h re many beast s e -
I Ib li-eve liom t in his- l .iileavio ors to plro- tiftull .I" i11 l'lorila far froniciv
luotetlh wte. fr. .l f Ii. it His opin wh, ri -1lih i.,hi ,1a.in live contetedL.
ions are thl refor'I. ;I. ,irlo.v of ro-.' ..- t- T .llt o o ,'l ,jo.rity of I l-olole dtelir L -
ful considelc iitio.l :is tsios.. oif I :il ns l.ihr. l ir1,si'1i-' II,, willit tit he eo for n tf o .f
reel..ctablel. -iil i/-'i. i .lo-'" it iliz:i io-n. 1\YV wllo live hI ,
A fran.his-o.for r;n.he..lii riil ;iy wa. \l, i- ia k' o Ir 0 ili ni' hi ero.. who ha-ve N. i
submiitt l too ht i- oo. eo11, 1 I.0 I, i I .oiiol. wil""'-l .1, 1. it .o'1- o Lili lora ly bear
Cali. Clitis.4 Sm t :iit hl rii Isu.lI %ee f i ki ow t lloii \\#t I im 'lt ke- i pam with.
Appoint. l to cauli of t sveral o'Ij.- IIo flt rl S. \\ ,, ta l ir'- l taI king tb h ulk
W e diid so, anidl nd lo .rt o t otli eol, i-t lio,,ns I t. o. is .s -ss. "siniss
we:re t on... r-..niio-.,d. Thl 'l. ( om il l 11-sL..1o l l;- soto-lo sct us in cxamplebof .
tl-lieving ll tat ootih'.r hl;imi <.s sl4o0hl I. i wl ia il? lio donol'oI io.wriIoi-T NA t1,iLL
made.., aiiihoild(.oal at lih.ir laist ro'guilar A1.\ T\ \''.. l,. : iiiit.-Al effort. W ith a *
elietinig theli I d' iii t fil.'l ii.il n.1 Il i l .m itih.il iii\,.irsitvy. go di" road "
the ('ity 'Clerk to ihriafl ia il.\\% fiirallci.his.. .il. I.il''. w ,l1l ,'II 0i0oiw.sl hire company,
copying to soli.' *-\I.tII blll llt ilr.';olyv ii I** tin .rills"l' o.l oh loo illlihig. lari gecassava
granted 1 I, ).-L.ai l. t:'.-t ,,'" l,i, l;irk.goolf link, it alwaZs
This wa slliiiii..l toi s ., ioiltl o:li. o .i '" 1ki -tio ll thiiing when it sees it.
ing of the' to'nn -il "T 'l.-I\.i.' niihilt. \. Th.'' ir l i.o n. his. grait.s. ant as ght be -
cording to its tI.-rin-- lite .o ,lri. i'iilr v ay I'-,' o" It, l, I ri'lwi y., free ht, over
waw granted fr.0 riilht of \%iy fl'rolli th, 0 i Ai.I. ,i'trts.
west t idel of l1.t 1.la to I. ii. t %,."- sil-' of I"ro li Ilt .staiindloiint of the citiz ln,
the Fhloril. I:a.- I', o .ti lail.ay. ihn- l io'o -r"l"'A'i oMwn.r n111. tihe niajority-of the
east over onei .- 11.ti,3 to li. ri\.-r. looio.. 1 i i-I. I I.e.lio.v,. .. h-ltootillembraeetthe
north lir sol o li tI I.,.hli r.,,t. t"*li,' a,- i lt 'liit'il- ;il d go more than *
chiof ooljo'tio u Ih l lii \\i istlia t llt st I et h*f .t it I oI i,.. t lis railway. Should
runnitig ';isl i:iitl \\.-I \ i. j ,mt (.o.sig ", *I" o. tlh raiilitv w ill not be
nated. Mr. Siiilt o ii d iii. io-. f,hil. i mo r ii- f"tr. "I' IIo 1o il, iio notI eca re it, "
t'Vi' W t. it Mr. Io!..iil. r;iise'-l tli. l ;itll i" i n io-oii 10 II,. -oss oft ItoIII i s Ua of dollars
olj'-tion,u. liii I.rel' liI I, tl'l ill iiiii i l I. \\h 'i i-re itl lto- tirist w ill rem ain
that the promoter of it. irailt t woI t siil1 a.l ,it :ro-nt olit -f i. Iweinty wiltcome
not (.omle lir. iintil h.- ki \ew li o ,iild gl et t l'.ol ts'e ot" itl.
a fra chisei 'Thaiit 1lil il tI-. t .aim it could I '1v.o"t 1-10n iiift',r .-l''l in the develop-
noti to-. detl-ri, iiol \\i i;l -. i would be. Ilioltt lo I I...vlol l"hon o hiol heartily favor i
selectedll. That il miiilil thI- a sio't at ii *"." took floi it.
the' e'xtri.ni i.iortlh r i-oithllh .ii oif lihe .1001 IIM l'ARKINMON.
town. Mr3 M indnl- p-.r,, l hir t t -
that thiue was Or iiI. ;i\.l-ill. H
Thi. entire'm 1.i to bro;i, i-n p..a.t i.ally HOLLY HILL HAPPEINGS.
referred back t, r. Ihr ii. -.
It Nwc ins tio nll.' e rit l irOnil ini '1i.-6l 11 0 it-iits went to four of
in l.aytuaa mlinit ".'- Ilhat si. li ;it ruilr aol t1 l oli-' iIs in | ,11y Iill 1 on Toil T nk iv- l iv
would I.. of i,.:i 1.-il,-lit toi ouilr ii i ., i|i'.I .. Itll \\. 1 w, ilt they Were
It w oouill pi i h 4. i- iii, ;il i i h l liOt. Iiiiio. ''in "i Ill 0,ii' 0 1 1 3 t.i
tranpiloorlita -ili i o ii o ft roni l<,.1n: l Rimob i u oL --
the whole ilnt.ri,'r: l' iii g mliini; y to. li. oi rist P o "il l. Mr. Ntl.l Mrrs. CratrlU C A d -."
andeqo .-ill-..l.u ing 'lli.--i iine.lr. \V.,ih l i i i i,~ 01 illi .irr to' Dlt yto0 i, M' o"
openmup a large. :i.- ,flund nol ;ilt )oi..-t ; "" o ", n.-lt.\ini pamrt of the bo ae -
uieltt : Ioriing n'\e -.%litlrs, anid giv us I.l,",'-i' i 1t, M'. S~i.t rWt. .
loa.-k olliit rv a l,.I i .l t io.-- ry to t-l'V 1---i i|to to ti..kinso .b Nqj -
tinancial -.olilii f ,tof niy to\' Th he..ir n.lo olt ., hl. "o**sPsI. i,' .
jiipubli," is not ;0 .;r i\ .that -oil..i of Itlo. ,,i i l \\t ,,lt ,-,i .i V L .* h ai ..
finest straw iL t r-.v al i t -4 i Nla,',l in i lS i ,,. ,. .i illli -4
*te Stn t.r an I,, f,lin.. l I x ,o ..t I t ,ii ..n .,


UP' .. ...... I........ ...... %1....1 ...... .... .. i,,r h,,.r h il ri ,- i ,,r D aytolnu list ogI\\ Io it. w ii 1-' f u4'o fni-atuir il .,
advantages.. .Miil-i \\t.,rk l(-t I.oil en dlon e ti-. ilt[ toi.on ,-i solin of Mr. B *.
by its ,itizeui tiut it is -it \\ II knowI i I, i i,,iln i.1. ,h,,.k ith, abios t four feet .
fact that fortwviitv 1. t ir0 r v, .i' y.1 l.i.iv,.r o I ;it,.o ,m .l 'Th r -iy. andl sl,Ltorj ( "
to imiprove- thi- tI \ i lh:1- ilit, wiltlh lo tiii.- t "1 i--i in 3i' o". gentit Tn iO O
termine l re.'-.ist i. ..o. .In II ,.toi rt .: u ii. h il,i i, ,l to Id. t. -j in;W theiAj tle fellow '
berof t.- ioll.,Il "- ii-,r\- i i\.o ii .'nl. wt ,,il l. ,.s ,rlrowiio, ams" b had "b n '*";
it w% ;is *iil .1 I .m r .t .I10.1l ined light !,.i ,, i, h.,i th.y iaci.d- him ,
that sh,,ll 8 wio- tair-t hliI on oine sl l'oil ets. '*s
There. wa. oppo.-itiOli to' urimi-lliig I 'i.-ilh I i-- Ilihlo l .ioian lhl, Miss Ro ers, .e -
stre-lt, w l i.- in '.ir- rt- ti watIr 'li i ,i;. n,r -- i.i. lini i fi V days wi ll-
often i too d. v.n a ti l ow i\ il,. I )10ip -i .IA M nLiii. ;il0.1 a;nloi\'-l just in s
tionl to. ll- -ri.--. railroal. clt-trio on It o li .irthlty p:t rtygiven iJ
lights, to puibli' si'lt~-i to a liiythilri tIf Miis. .1.I .lanii i natatil an
which, it s 'i'-ls o iii', :I1, \ hill4 1iis i.IiS i ma (1w t iiiu~t not! -; "y w hiich).





Are refurnishing your cottage and rooms
for the winter remember that we have just
the goods you want.


W. 11. EIDMONDSON.Pchanage.-r.


. 4




QKM WY ;?F- ,
.- X.

PS ~p Year wi Advance.
.j so t a llo-we per uLe Each Time.

as 'aid Clas MMatter.

NoV. 29. 1902.

|i~ -f TALL
T Ce Coy ocil held an adjourned
-ua Tumdsy eeveang to diense the
ap mlll tramehiefor the electric road
Wllan DaytoEs sand DeLand. Consid-
., .oppoion wa mamiested l y
some iias that were present oUw
-mb l of the C -illn istsd that
I-l .oa t of entramee be designated.
&gol&t d which was that the matter
wa i i d for futewarionl, lutl i.fro-
go' "t1i0mel adjourned a motion was i '-
W i lBhlvlw iewbe the strvet thriuigh
I dvk the road would enter thie -it,%.
S The asmte-News Wednesday inter-
vlowed a number of the leading lousiin- so.
4 Bm of dthea ity, and ask-d em-h oa IIi.'-
S queomO: "Are you in favor of ani '.-"
S trieradbetween Daytouaand IDeLaIi.
Thar aiwes are as follows:
W. F. Gille, Jr.: Yes.
H. T. Howard: Certaiinly.
Geo. I. Watso: Yes, I n1in.
J. K. BiMh: I am, very miu,. l.
John L. Odam: I think I amn.
C. C. Barme: Yes. ty all means.
J. D. Maley: Most anauredly I am.
J. W. Wilkimon: I am in favor of it.
Hemry T. Titan: Yee, sir. by all means..
W. M. Moore: I am and always Ihave

i J. RK Pauimson: Yes. heartily in favor

*uo. F. Smith: Why. yes, if the people

i J. A. Hendricks: Cortainly I am in

S Je. Uix: I have not thought any-
t llaboutit.
AAM Sh-"ats: Sure. I am for all
gpoeh eprovmeqta.
Foter: Yes, but think it right to
haw thei-tmts designated.
F. N. Coarad: It would help both
ddus; o doubt about that.
D. F. Morrimo: I would beglad to n
M. I thidk it would be a nice thing.
C.M.Bigbam,.Jr: Yes,str. I don't m.
Shew1 any esn bhare any objection to it.
f m 7 Sclmidt: I certainly am in favor
4 Il b. I hope to see it built before I die.
S WV. M. BShEer: I am in favor of it
I. i emrtaln restrictions, when the in-
of litipmi am guarded.
S W. V. Anoti: Ym, I would like to wee
S th aMd come through. as well a any
-S lA -rovements we can get.
S. T. Conad: I am certainly in favor
o' go tric l road. It would hurt
f etmod do a great deal of good.
W. H. Edmoladon: I am, and think
S. hat M wold he a great convenience to
Sth pole of both sides of the county.
1 & &. Gove: By all means. It will e
t thmali ofl the town. Instead of a
z ltml.theklaee we will have an a all-

I P. J. uer: Yea. and I think they
^ ,eugh t emeouraged in every possible
[l way. It would be a good thing for

5J. lher: I am in favor~fan electric
i asatfevery time, and all the time,. and
|- I amWiag thattheyshould come down
S the duet my property is on.
.- iDr. J. M. Jo- C(inaly I am. I
S have bees hoping to me it for ten year.
... am have egretted that what talk there
ha hem ha thus far ended in talk.

L. & Maley lam hearty i favor of
Si, but think they shoI be restricted to
e sa det ted street. Sim I woMld
SAter e eft come down any street than
sot have it at all.
C. L. : Iam in favor of the pro-
p'asd I eod, and beieve that it
wl e eof value to the city: that it will
1-ss our population, and he the
e of settli g our back country. It
Sto me that the Imines interests
tedido Imperativ-ly demand it.
4J.M Oom : Yes. The town needs
i alla* ItsIt busineMs. Such a road will
be ofleg t bhewlt to even the kickers.
Mr. *ead's iteenta in the torn is proub-
a lay AW than those who object.
DMatybloy should assist in exploiting
SM to the County Capital. and
Sm l the middle of the State.
IBw. 0. Harris: I am decidedly in
-" r of a electric railroad, and favor
tofhe i ii the franehipw as now
S. ile- With the other nmemlier of
t Coma I opposr d the granting of
thelaetrc ad TrAMu railroad frandm-ie
ouighly preiseted, and peis.rnally
i I Oppemdgrantingrightof way tlhroInr
a of our central treeta.

as b.l the month of coghs, colds ndl
a. eft catarrh. Do you catch oldeasy?
S.- FW yeoumnf oare with a tickling in

There will be a regular meeting of Joe
Hooker Post, No. 9, 0. A. R., Depart.
ment of Florida, held on Friday evening,
December 5, 1902, at 7 o'clock p. in., for
the tranwetion of businem and the
annual election of offers for the ensuing
year. All members are expected to be
present, and oejourning comrades are
cordially invited. By order of
Gio. H. M3urrnsTws. Com.
T. H. CAVE, Sr.. Adjutant.

The annual meetingof thento.ckholders
of the Heed. Knox & lieed Conmilany will
be held at "Moundgrove." Bulow, Vol-
usia County. Florida. on Monday, Dee-
emnater lst,'JI$2, at l1D uo'clock a. m.
I.. It Ksox.


MInAMI. Nov. 2",.- -iw of tile mnoist inl-
liortant ca.l that any iirt.ilit jijudge inii-
had to conidl-r inl t lis Stjt,. %%ill ci li0
it.fore Judg' MIl lno J, i..is. i lt lituii.-
ville. n il W' l:e ,ila lie'.% t. 'Ih. I' ill l44.
ii tihe 4li.-,. ,f '4 l. ,.f Iw Cir l ,
I',nirt liei. i tIl:ti ,. il,:: 1:. lI.n dso i

ii-';:n i il 'i I".il t e iiliv i:s ol.ij ill-
g li

410,1tS. and hiio il.,- the's l1.. f .i l I.
: lll l. fills 1 -.
TI.-e li I .-. :h.it l is i ilnil fil
Will i- ii trln t iilil l<- |MIlic It f k- .
lot inji in tie ,-,iniiis.i.':,. fri-inm furt i.r
liroce.lding anid to require theni to .an.-
count to the taxpaYelv-rs. tliat is, the
county treauiry. for the. fniil- sno nmnlaw-
fully appropriated., which anmiunts toe
thousands of dollars. This. cn- will be
wak-hed with great interet to thie IpW-
ple of Dade County. and Judge Joine.s
will Ie called uIijon to hold the ncales ofi
justice. as he alway.v has, with an even
Mesres. Pinney & Williams and fG. A.
Worley repwreent the coniplainants.
Grahani & Patterson arn the general
attorneys for the commissioners.
Wm. Robbins, of Titiiville, together
with other lawyers. will appear in this
most important case.

Allow me to say a few words in praise
of Chamberlain'* Cough PRemedy. I had
a very severe cough and cold and feared
I would get pneumonia., hit after tak-
ing the second done of medicine I felt
better, three bottles of it curedl ny vrld
and the pnins in niy clest disuap|-.ared
entirely. I anm most rwslpetfully yours
for health. RALPH S. MERESts. 64-Thirty-
seventh St.. Wheeling. W. Va. For sutle
by All Druggitfit.


Persons living north. and not neceswary
noith alone, often wonder what kind of ai
town Daytona is for business, that is
nierthandising. The following figures
will give a fair idea for the past fourteen
months. comnmencing the first of Oc-tolwr.
1901: There have 1.4619 drunnimers
and mercantile traveling men stopped at
the City Hotel. Thles figures anre or-
twt. absolutely so. an8d if neeSsnlry tile
proprietor of tie houisn ill lnake- affl-
davit to the fact.

Ym Knew What Ye Are Takleg
When you take Tonkic liecaue the formula Inplaillnv l
printed on every .,ottle, showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in ta.-.tel,"..
form. No Cu(nr, No Pay. 2:5w.


WAS'.INsmTOX, Nov. Il.-Th- IDepart-
ment of Agr-iculture ha. for several years
been trying to produce a new orange
that will withstand the .old waves that
have devrtated the groves twie .wit hini
the past decade. Herlbert .1. Webler, t ine
of the physiologintU of the Department.
has been occupied with the ni for
emral seasons. ard iv now rpady to
eanunen that he has developed an
o eage that can ie grown 2- H miles
further north than the varieties hitherto
commonly grown in Florida. He lias
accomplished this by crossing the Japa-
new trifoliate orange, an ornamental
tree. with the common varieties ucces-
sively until a fine, fruit rnpable of endur-
ing extreme cold hass been prodm-ed.
The new variety has not been named.l.


1m hmewuy her si u

"Mywife hadadeep-seatedcoug
T tfree yewa. Ipurchased tw
I bodes of AeWrs Chetvy Peetal,
lare sae, and it cured her co=-'
J. H. Barge, Macon, Col.

Probably you know atof
cough medicines that re-
lieve little coughs, off
coMyAs ec.p deep owesI
The medicine that has



' He: "Let's elope." -
she: "Do you think that we'd get a better newspaper notue that
than by having a swell wedding?"

.Smiths' Store Talk.


The S. F

* t in. i

i .L

IA Man's

.his Chara

W- a i l,
ie sell clotI
n1W l to us-. \' L

I lhe

^l)@g) -i(^ ,- ,<)(X

). C. F.

t's what we mniglit call >ir Star Brand ShoMe-8ociety for
'n.vtion, of iru.elty to Feet. They aeomplsh their aim
iurnii-Iliin Iiralrnlility. iFashion and ('orufort, in perman-
m,-inuliination. andi yei are urged to avail yourself of the
i .Iits -0f.rrled by thr S. I'. ('. F.

s Gothes Reflects i

,s tha it ar n e'inlit to the wear
11:1r;i nt t.e t t thi suit shall tit and

\Work I la(s Excllence.
.uits IHave Fashion.

Be Proud of the Hat if it is a


Snew shape. well and substantially made.
thliat is a goodil ilivestment.

It is a hat

aith & Son.

(Northern Meat Market,


CdSanme MD? ton do PW


1ew York. BDoss. S.Louis.

DAYTO.NA, Fla., Nov. 24. 1.KJ2.
Council met in regular ,wssion, with
President Smnith in tlwe chair.
Present, AId. Atwood, Hlarris, Poster.
G. Smith, Stevens andl Matthewws.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Following bills presentedl aind ciilerel

Conrad & Michael, 29!4 yards
m arl....................................


ift -I

G(ove & Strotlher. 40 ar inaiin th in a n i condi
s Iell.................................1.... .i l o ia ll tg thli ns iemovini a com1ndii
W. E. French. St. Cot. insause th llw mt h sin
4:1n1-1(ocit iely elil niit hli. gnr' i. iSi.
time, teanims nie. l ai.vagae nld oe to piipl.s, lenthes ha6ind
and repairs .................... 23... F l?.l.'> kh, mii. .. 'l ; at .1. 11. .ones..
Maion & Wall Co.. nails .......... 2. i _

H. I). Oborn. ialanie if pa% l Real Estate
Us City IPhysi.i.n............... 4.64; at a Bargain
Moved by A41. Harris. 4-coi.ald lvy [ ,. a known s tle A. C. 4 Irr
Aid. Foster, that the action ofi i i ,, andit.iiiilg ;lo ill 1- A. s. 1. ill.
and menibers of Strn-t iminiittee i 1 ,| .-,o iii part in ilars en-
charge of material on ti e a-li tr-, ta i fri DAVis. Sotil It
North (Canal south to itic-lialf iii.irl i tli
one-half shel I I rat i tie. I a. rrianiId.
o .. ....... -IlillJ l- -9l
Remignatio n i f II. 1I. Brown ;is Cit.v Y H 'k
Physician was presented andil ad. tid l N CVlle H, -aT l
it was moved It v A.i. Harris and ,'- I
onded loy Ald..Itw.;ol. that tlih r'sigi- H o T 'A
tion be ac.elptedi, nll the tanliks ot i thie 1 ITJlAN.. 0
Council extelled tio Ir. Iirowni for lii.is;
service. Carried.
Moved by Aid. Harris. r4.,1oin1.d 41 :2 _
Aid. Matthews, that hr. 11. 11. S-elvy. I.
appointed City P'hysi.ian for ui- expind ;
term. Carried on roll-.cal vote. l
S ovfl by .Alt. Smiitlt. ..tut I l. 4 4 uItx-dill ell l'll..
sMo ve. Yvs Examined Free.
Mattliews. that N. I-.iikston ainld, Ii. :2 -
Hough lie given tli.. city g ,soliiie' lainl p 't Clark's .Jetwv.lry Stoire.
for nuse in (ottag.e aviime. Carrie,nl. P- --* -. -:ua- lmffr~-l
Movetld ly A.hi. Harris. s'econilnll Il.*v y
Ald. Matthews, thliat th. ri,.eii t f 1:. of E W
Greene to remove a tr.-.in Iai lti l,-ewoo.l Attention, Tourists,
parkage lme i-rferr.l-1 to Si t o iiniit. it % filii .all i if lfine iars' Yiou w ill
to report bacik. I r.iri. i. inl il -.t. a--ittotnt. lit. 1iic4k. v -ar
Moved by .1 i. Iliarris. .. .1,I0-4I l .(. m1. ti he In-st atimalitvy at
Aid. Stevens. th at tat l iter l f.,lil lior
. .ra|l-ir on i ai l 1.9. l lai Carried. HkIiunl I lo el
Moved by Ali. MAtlllMm a. l, .in i-l ly
AId. I.arris, that II i. l. t tliI-'44 foo l. 1;l. i.i'hit ,,in ils o4 ,t i qtlyv r l r-
road from I laaitd. l i.arri.i l i, I't r-i, v iou .
dent and Clerk tot .irft a ft. iwliie on George H. Mathews.
lines re ,utieste'd I'y nitil ain |r.-nt l i W.-
san. at adljolni.ai l etinL N t\. \ -i r 'Il. 7

25t.ll t "7 'i. 'nrri. --
I. \\". \\llkl\-i\. 'l, k. Notice of Applkation for TaxDed Under Sec-
tion 8 of Chapter.4K88, Law.f l-Florda.
--- .I -nn- -ti:'. f I- hi,.r.h i\, .n in nih I.. T. t' lra.i l
I | inhitr n,, 'i%. rlil .lln --. lrintI..
Stops thie Cuglh and Works off the Cold n1 I.lhl;.,u \tla 'ii .it i, ile1
.aLxative llomi quinine Tii l' ts c"e tllt I ) li>l;iiin for t i\ hi. ''i n -i In necir,.-
-14l, I hiii it In \ .l l N. n '. ,, N ;ai 2 '. .5c at i iw. iidi i.,rllir-ii-' inilotii,. -
SII l o I.' f,11 i 1.. .crll w-ml |e-r' iiianli.i l1
ii 1>i' l li;la. 'llt-,iaI 4'lll.nn y. I hl- 'rilt i. I,-
--- t !: w \\ I t ;. iht 'l ; ;.r,*-nii' -ilN, ll-
__ l_ ,, \ m i 11:. |il\l lHt I. Tn all# ii l lll I.-lig :I -
TIDE TABLE. .,.... .4;,,n ,..,..., ..,, ,r .',1,
"-.-rt I ilvw-a itkn ,I n Iwii- t 'nita'- .NI 1 M. lw- I'niai.
Week Iieginnini Nov .m :. : 19 2 .l j I -- -:tli crtlil t pi till I. ri l,.ii.l
I'1.1 I11. .- tl \ iv -f s llct. nl it .. 1 .. i. 1I14:11 T i:. WItn Imy ithlril 1gli i rafir. i-l :i -il ll.
.1. I a IIi n 11hu IIt llll tfNo tm\ aillA A .. It.. int'.
I ,S.;lS. S .M '. I). .OKI..%N.
Sunday...................... ... 7: :1 7::'1k Circuit t urt ( V4 Iti-lii 4 in .. 'la;i.
Mondiay............................. 7: :li -
T es ........................... ; Public Notice to Piyslianst aud Surgeous.
Since of .i M lfdiel :miliniiii-. ,
\Vedltne lsdiay....................... !:o:21 : I e atve n?.ncli th llll i-irl-.
i" D 5tin, in -ltaiiilll. Fl_ viaetntiilM(r I, IP1-F. l
r iun rsd ai v........... ..... ........ ;i., ,ra l iia n 'a i nit n lci i nit l.l \n1.
Fr id .............................. :2 l .i ii ,.ti,. v : .c e ir h. .-
Saiturday........................... 11: 11:1 1 ii.,il i it thie inr l fM.dici. l h\imU-
ina i. n it nitiillir thli.a'"ventih .1lin lh' il Ili.-
I.O \ TIn.:. i rici t ,II h ll-Mtt if orlia wil wl li, I y
llilay.............................. 12: -.S 1 :37 ,, lli i.i rhilil. ii i'-Li l ti, a ily. It.I F l lth.
M onday............................ ::1 2:12 -, -' ', a noii 'tii. vli il i i inil i.
Tuetsdaiy........................... :iT 1. il '..r7 2:47r. r.
Wedilne d y....................... 2. :- 22
Thurstlay........................31.. 5':1 i 4ANT) .AITRV

F riday ............................... :1 ',', :l t,
Saturday ........................ :1:1 .:- H aillils ail:!
Laies Wc'il',
The undersigmled will give a fr-e .sample lt. a ( 'ollnr,
of Cha lnheriim's Stomac l li :i l iver r a lll ( i il s
Tablets to any one ant ing :a i-liall'.-t a )I'('C1I t .
remedy for disordm.rs aof thIe -tionai,. r Good
l :ilioinsniesso-ur ciostilatiion. This is a V, s. Jane Cocden
new reimeditv iiand a l i good o ti'. S,,Il I
All lrn gests. -:t'5 S itli I'.h i -ti I) .v t .ana. I 1 i.


To St. Louis and chicago

Pullmn an Pai e Sle. ping Ct'ars ron .I;n. ksolivillto S S ..l is ~ til : ii I 'lii.,to.
le'aviig .lakst:villh i l.ii ily % t s p. i.. via ihle famous il t

Dixie Flyer loute

Viz A. &- W. Ry, G. S. A 1F. Itv.. C. of tI. R. .. .'. & St. l., Ry.. an tl .l
lllinois Ce.ntral I. It. \ib l eirtin. Tenn.
Ftir further iiforttation, rates. and tickits81 aly ti iln'ule'.st t ick- mt r- tiit ll"t i,
'FiK ) I Ml X.lER. Traeliiingr i' a.. li.ter .\gtit. A.lantia i;a.

DrThm it Ar ulx qTl n
cor rvow; sta,

-M.'.tarFACrRER~q nF-

Rough and Dressed Pine



mil o ii
Illinois, Wiseoi a lowll,
South Dakota, North Dakota, i
and tile Upper PeninumI1 ela iofM C.
It owns and operat-es IlequilP.fA
service' on its lines, including leepiM a
Cars. Parlor Cars, maintaining an exel-
lence of ,erviceilnualtted on any railway
in the world.
It Iam been a Pioneer in the Northwest
and west in tlw u.e. of the bhlok system
in the olniration of its trains, in the
lighting of traiins ly ele.-tricity. Im'ating
by steam and many otle'r iprogwiive
methods. which hive added i safety,'emn-
fort and luxury to travel. It is always
tihe eadhr iii that dlirectioin.
The Pioneer Lhimited Trains lietw'eni
SChiicago. St. I'PlIl aid Minnilnl lis have
ti, cio't lest and lilmndslmeilst SeS.lp-
ing ('Cairs in the. wtirl dind! the. Ist dining
'Car service.
Time talies., inmaps and inifornmationti
furnislihed on ipplipcitiiini to F. .A. Miller.
(lin. Pilss .\glit, 1Od Colony lihniling.

Beautiful Clear Skies.
IIerhuinle exerts a dlinv.t infnllenc' on 411 hlie
low-.. liver an d kidineys. iirifyhg
ind1 str.iiith,.nihig these. organs. m ;ill

i)aytolla, Florida.

.. ..... ..

i gh (I'radkn.
!se(I Pianos.

S'condI lanI d UIprights

4, Stilt
Planos to Rei

Losley EL
Titus xf xf

areas. 251
at. *


ROOMS. dS <*

II. it Lnnn-iies se~rvt'nI at all hours.
I-tdl Dvtj-% sli.1 Sa lW'-ikltY.V

Call and See

the ne fit'V em of

Wire Grass

Goods; #

Rugs and Art Squares

.A -tt'ew
4pi'e iveft.

line of liw i-nLk tove just

J. H. Niver & Son

D e....... RO .

Till I: I I..-ls v I.V 1 : 1;4\ ill0 1nl II N :
ij ,il Ir.;l,. T'hil. Tliaiik-iving it fr ]
\.ouli h a I ., I.. iionillt.. \\ iiioait it. I
attial o ~it i't I.-n it, .i'i l delieria iiu "
M .IN I: .\Nl Ii MI 'KIN l 'll S
ran;i ik ii'\ l inll iu 1ii o 1't 1i ,-0' ta, tlIh tu rk y.
I lln t in. ,-1 itl' i nl i t ili -i i v t hl 'y \\mi i ll s l r n1 "

hem it iin ine i i 'n. l -n *
\e imliake 1 fill line o f I'i C';ake., aid
I'Gi-h.ry fa l' li'niiBk-'-ik iia.
l.ra-iml irng.B.ke h,,l.le .... il erlym,

Gramling Bakery

A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a W
Stmaneh a h2d dioestio0l B.

A ~ 4


J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.

The Largest and Finest
Market South of Jacksonvile.
We. keep a completee stock of all kinds of
Frshi Florida andl V.',tern Meats.

113 North Beach Street.

'Phone 37.

Wilson's Improved Air Tight Heaters

Contsumes Lecss than One-half
the I Ui'l Other Stoves Require
to I leat Your Room. It Will
I lhold ire Thirty-Six Hours. and
with care would never go out.
This heater will burn Chips. Shavings, Bark,
Roots or Cord Wood, and give more heat in les


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Steam and Hot Water
Entiinates Funrished. Wor !
P. O. Box 28.5
Offl e at European Hotel. Slhop

S. H. Gove,
An -IiTrA, BIniiKit AND CoI)
Rciiidence and office, north
RilgevwooMl and V4olusia avel:'L
I'li onc MI. lDaytona,

J. D. Carnkad
Befoirl y-on have your pnnumbing ido
Hle vian savyoIn 15 l.r ,ient. AN wu
rnaraintvl. Rear of City otel. H &

II. It SEELY E. M.., D.
P)hysidan and Surge"t
- Ollive- and r.sidenesi 127 Ridgewl
aviiv,.un. oli>eSite Itidlgk-woil Hotel.
TTel.lihone No. f5. g

Half ax Music Hoi

kllti-.Nlollopoly Prices: ""!


Amwoor AIL


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"If .m vtw in elm, diendon *
MSA 0 AN"r leation mua befooad0
hevw viel.n. Ist isolyon mile 0
omf theamn nmd is eoaveatment _
to m pmtobee, chtturhe.bs
sad pumblie school. More uan
Soomms i ay other hotel iwSI
town. Bath room and lavatories.

SDaytONL, ToCorPInTrida

NeSly loateld on North Ridfwood. Teis bhouC r isw now s on for s. G ond .
neaxn. It has all modei improvenientl that can ,'-ntriblite
to the confort. of gueSts.

Menu tBet tlme Market Affords.

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New House.
Strictly First Class.
w hish<. ', froin tlhe dll- t. Will IN, <1 n i the year 'romiil.
| .IHtlM, #2.44 amid< pit l

S C. & M. DILLINGII AM. Proprietors.

wie9 6444;OGGGG4.ddGGGGGG~e))aDis~j8g)@@ga)


Excellent Location on 1
Room. Modern (
Romnmr Addems:
Thl Atlantic House

Grand Atlantic
R NhEW ,%' ANAGl,'.INAT.
River Front. 'ide V'mrandas. Sun Parlor. Billiard
'onvenip.lv Thromughout. Northern Help.
r & rRA,,%1. Proprietors.
. Naragansett Pier. R. I.
.OOjOQ0cuJccc:::(g:>ig:ie6Xccc co^ o

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4 lverlhoking the Halifax River.
Iayvtoni. Florida.

('uisene First Class.

Large .Airy Room~s.


S!11I. ,M. DNK ) I1 I Proprictor.
0 Sumnw*r hotel: *
S "Th e 0 atu i V oisw H mou'. l'ige'o 0ov. bi s.


4)jqumaiite Keatingc's New 'asimoaa':uaioIPier.
04)11 Samei.(Iaytuuuut) Fla riala.

This handelson new modern hotel situated on tli. finest Surf latching
liw:u-w in Florida is now o(len for the Winter Sea)ii of .I9412-:. Large .
Sairy rooms. Dining rlmuni overmlooking tlhe ovan. Fine 'uisim e lnl I s'wr vic.
j Terms Moderate.

1H. F. STEWVART, Iroprietor.

0 0
i Open November Ist.
0 ( S1<1 fet widE'. in ti, 11101t elevated and nmlt devinllh- n e.idenice portion 0
Sf tifr to wn. .Thlis lhouSp hai s a so-itlhrn .-x|mure:; i: litglitl by elhIntri.ity; 0
S Int:i' titaryv |luinli ig a nd all inMolfern lonvenieh It4;well I6.-4tel ind w ll 0
0 lighted rooms ni-ely furniedill andl containing larg.w imts. 'The. table is 0
* te tmwat the market van afford. For rates aldns
: ,X JS. B. B. IPARKINSON. Daytoua. I-lorida. I
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KuHummar S.4-awmi. from K

40 K 1OSoul hCanroiina A



los amumu VVI mw ww"ww" vq w ww
H. MO SELEY. l'm'llrietllr.
NOW(-)PI)[ .-N
rus $7d to $9 per W~eek.

A ve ne.ATLAMI CTY. 3


Centrally Located.

Rates I'liderate.

A. Osborne, Prop.


Orangc Avenue.


Wetrm at lake M'Iy and Jacksmonvillie

6 '. -I- 0

SOur Newsy Budget of |
[Doings at Port Orange

J. Wells, of Spruce Creek, was. a visitor
in town last week.
Mr. McBride has been here for the last
two weeks surveying.
Mine Chandler, of DeLand. wau a guest
of Miss Johnson rewntly.
Sheriff Turner was in town last week
looking after his orange grove.
Mr. Lindberg was in ,town this week
looking after his groves in Dunlawton.
Mr. Cochrae and Mr. and Mrs. Need-
ham arrived last week from Sullivan
R. 8. Rbertsou has launchlied the
yacht that ih has been building the
past summer.
Mrs. Bote, of Asbury Park, N. J., at-
companied by her son, arrived last week
and have rented a cottage of Mrn.
Weeden, on Dunlawton avenue.
Win. Joaunmon came very near losing
him home by fire last Friday. A spark
from tlw kitchen chimney fell on the roof
and st fire to the shingles, but fortun-
*ately it wits discovered in tilk' and ex-
tinguishled before much damage was

l.ast winter ain infant chil.l of mine
had cr-oup- ill a violent form," says Elder
Jlohin W. RoIgern, a (hristain Evangelist
of Valley, Mo. "I gave her a few doses
of i'hanlm.lrlin's C'ough Remedy and in a
short time all danger was past and the
child ne-ove.rel." This remedy not only
ctres croup but when given an moon as
thle first sympltomlis aplpiar, will plervent
the attack. It l)ontailis no opiumln or
other hIarmiflil slubmtance and nmiy In
giv.iii aE ,'onfidently to a balmy as to an
iadull. "For male bly AllDruggists.

A MILE IN 1:10.
i Peter Catrllais rae.,d with 1). P. Mer-
nrill's mloton-vcle on the leach at lo
tide ''lhaniksgiving Day. A mile -ast
made by the moton-ycle in one minute
and ten seiondi. and Mr. Carelan was
but half a yard behind at the finish. In
the first beat Carellam' handle bars became
loose and he fell from the wheel. A new
start was then made, with the result as
above stated. This is a remarkable
record, and is the best ever made in
Florida. Mr. ('arellas is a rider of n-r
tional fame, having made five mih in
7:42 at Havannali this summer.
('arellas says that lihe was afraid to
race behind the machine, owing to the
fact that he thinks Mr. Merrill has not
had experience enough in racing, and
('ollequently waI obliged to follow by
his side. lie further says that didi he
feel safe to follow lie could still lower the
record made Thursday. Prof. C'. E.
Richards. E. It. Curtin. F. J. Niver and
TOPI Melton were timekeepers.
At the clone of this race a boys' race
war pulled off. Alfred Malby carried off
first prize and (;rover Gwinner ,econ'.
The pri7.s mconsisted of sterling silver
IlledN lip.

I'it this out and take it to angry drg
stilIreand get a free sanimple of ChasA-
lIerlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
the est iphysic. They clean and Invig-
orate the stomnalt h, improve the ttppe-
tite< and nrgulate tiew Iwels. Regular
size, 2.'w. lwr box. All Druggestm.

Thi' first thiiig the average t an does
after making a mnistakeis to look around
for som0lconie to blamlle.
Best LUsImeat aG Parth.
I. M. Ma'Hany, lireenville, Tex.. writes
Nov." 3d., 1K); "I had rheumnatismn last
winter, wan down ii lbed six weeks; tried
everything but got no relief till a friend
give ine a part of a bottle of Ballard's
Snow iLiniment. I umee it and got two
monre lxtthle. It cured me and I haven't
felt any rheumatism mince. I can re-
cornmmiend Snow Liniment to be the lbet
liniment on earth for rheumatism." For
rheumatic, Neiaticor neuralgic pains, rub
in Iallard's Snow Liniment, you will
not suffer long but will be gratified with
a slMeedly and elective cure. 2-.kc, 51)..
and $ f.) oat J. M..homIIs.S


A Medicine for
Old People.
Rev. Go. Gay. GMenwic Ka,
past 9 yn.- of a ekt a 4
am a theNk

Ity ev toowomy old age.
cos derable m imey for medi n

doctors, but with little end I

len Mg A. M.e. UifMr Nof a
so had my mind soi"*%=

m.ee NerV]ae
%alam from the iff

i PAlMetto u

Situated on Beach Street Overlooking the Halifax.

Strictly First Class in all Appointments.

*ft----m-.-msI-- O smm.----.m-- m.-*--

Dsale Iln Seed
BmBeam. so..n~aavas


-AhbeM- ---- --e-oaM- oooo-- o--- ---. -
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprdet.
Daytona, Florida. McC.Ulesa dm.wd.ll, P"ag .
I. P. TRIBBLE, Proprietor. Mo ing, Scroll SaWiug, T
Situated on Beach Street, Overlooking the Halifax River. One-half Block j I7 7 ColonialCohunm.t
from Postoflive. Large.Plemsant Rooms. Electric Lights. W Wo& a WOO YX l Pulleys Made tS. t '
Toilet Rooms on First and Second Floor. 4-19 'DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Northern People and Northern --- -
Rates 7.00 to $15.00per week; $2.00 to 3.00 per day BEACH STREET

Has a

Select Stock of......

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Perfluttery allti FARCy TOilet Art.cles.

DR. J M. JONES, proprietor, can lIe consulted professionally during beMli
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:4M) to 10:30 a. m.; 2::3) to 4:30 p. m

We are prepared to i
ver on short notiec'!a
kind of dry Wood. O
price is right. -Dr
IjS & COLEE. i--i- .
^ ^^

postal and we will call. EAR

W. F. Gille, Jr., & Co.


Handsome line of Pillow Cover and

Fancy Articles just received.

North lthn-ch Stret. 9-6

1I l Dr I'Dry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
W i ed promptly on short note. All
of our wood was cut last year.
I (TIUM sll, North Beach Street.
*.1 1 U m Telephone 37.

WOO Dry Oak d Pine.
IWOrderi Promptly Delivered
11. .SNOW',('orner Beah St.
and Belleview Ave.

S. PLeading
F I G ieJr& C Druggists

The Latpt and Most Complete Stock
O o )uii|mIl bly Registered Pharmariat only.

0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
TRY OUR PINE TAR ( OUGH IBALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
Beach Stret. f P I '# DATTONA, FLORID A

IRbier Tire Carriages Fine Horses CarfIul Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Busesn meet.all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27

1l. 1I. GODWIN, Proprietor





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We have one of the freshest, f st
Ad best lines or groceries n Daytomn

Howard & Plorrison

Longe. Old Stand.'

'Phone 19.

Corner Beach Stw..t-and Second Avon%*.


~ommmmomoome .........em.o.m Kr'

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary Plumbing

ESteam and Hot .s

Water Heating. s

Agent for the Ericsson
Engine. North RIldgwood -



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 Parls.

'Phone, 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (\West ,of Pl'toce.)

a -~


Saw and Planing Mills

are now prepared to furnish :ill kinds fll





,SAN MAllET The Nation's

OIANl MAIlOBest Cigar.
lt's all Florida.



I'ELLKRK & RIx, Proprietors.





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"Savai nah Une."
3ma AND Li9XuIUo wPAEGmou: Rovtjro

York. Boston and the East







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SShort Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamship's

Sailincef. (f m Savannali


Tea New TwI urk Acitng e'bes' 'cnaast4-iona' m'ith New York-ilcesteic iclijlcceorl'Socn'l
f(Asse. -N t"-e.t agaont' a r.4 ,usjeJlit' 4.4Withi ,iaeciitlcl v."Iiling A% Ite-. .iii. fel.BI
giSv 'tlci-O Wmt~i'l~tlli. c..iiiIIIil ,cl.- l acs p1ct.'re ccli wlmwrva'.4~Itie clii. e r e4c.111c1i1
WAILTER lIAWKI NS l.ic..trcl Agen-ct. 221 We'st li % St.. .Jack-u m %4iflie-. Fla.
W. 11L PLEASA NT.-. %h' I're--. and lle lcamsr. E. 11. C4I A Il:A" IN. 4 i V. A I'. A.
No..4%%- Pier : t 1eNim hI Iti 4e.New V, o~erk. N. Ya. 21-,
J. W. WILKINSO N. Agetit. i Itolma. Ili~.






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ctaiesge. .5..





-Tb.out to palm Limited
- ~ 'Th. WasAhigson, flIchwu'ond and
~. 4.Flo~rida, Limited
Mis .Now York and Florida xzprems


She Chicago and rlorida Special
The Florida Limited
M T11 H i1i 1w A MR 7e

h Pa 81sepin Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
d 1U-. th-- ,T Land of the Sky
hogh tams via The Southern Railway are operated Is
Rih with The Plant System and Florida Past Coast Railway
Plm ShWaping Can and Hotel Dining Caren on all through

' i- i*- ft -kenem a y. 0erre1eM lssoeloHllsd.

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**~ 5.12

Taklins No &Chmees.
"Do you mean to say that you donj
want a railway through Crimson
GulcL?" asked the astonished mur-
"'That's exactly what I mean to may,
young feller." answered Broncho Bob.
"COactusville got a railroad, didn't It?
And they hadn't It two weeks before a
con ille of nien won half the money in
caaiip. got cold feet, took the train and
wais eie' foreverr and ever. Crimson
Gul-I'l :ihi't t-tkin' any such chances."
I- ll.l-linaltio S1:;1r.

A Maub For Temnyro*.
Wheln Alfred Tennyson appeared in
the Oxfoird theater to receive his D. C.
L dgret. it is said that his disheveled
hliir a;d gener ally negligent state pro-
veikc'el tio.L' icledtrraluiates into greeting
him A\ ithi tel iicriliry. "lidl your moth-
er ,':ill y.,ii : a.rly. (:all yoet early Al-
fredl. de ;ir'.,"

Hettes Left I neald.
o)i.scont<-nttPArtlst-l wish I had a
I fortune. I would ulteer paint again.
(;llnei.r old mnii. I wish I had one! I'd give it
to you'

Cabinet Maker and

'-ii Wood Worker

"0 &7 ....... 'l i1c4illg'. 111:ic1,-teeec'l e'r All I.iticlcc cf

..... 1 30

.... ....Daytona Ice Co.
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Mie dl' front t i Diilhle1 IWlater

I' 'tory ,opi-in froti 7 to 12 S ntid:iys

1*Phone 48

Volemia Avenue and Ratlload.

Ocean House,
I" W S '. N IP'r l-i.'t .
:ii( .< s2.'i11 iur l;iay anid I'pwairds;
S'1i.il ito ite iihlir leloardelrs.
N:e\V M'iiNA, F'l.oRIDiA.

I'ro iilt 'itteItlicii iveli to all lilSine s.
4 Hie.- iii it lie' C ii4 lt' Ihiihl hilili .
ifll AlI. h l,(' utl t ilding.
DO L NID. H.flil

1- Amem L i-

bot in t V .. .d 4L
mons' c=ang are alwa. a-
on th human e up T I
Mood become mPe 3 -t e
nd U itall in the AL
Alite caret lIttle
and nature will do theW t-it
alwaystl7in to maintain hit
Frequent e weakest esao
abow the moint disorder, and t
oAen leads to wrong t eatI"t
For the debilitated comdHam
of spring or fall, or any ot#0
time, for that ,matte
Iwhole Ct It is not yor
ach, or liver, erve alois th
eause the trouble; you ma weak
ened all over and most have y'e
newed strength and vitality. Them
you c cannot gt so
Ilf quickly or ie- or
Safely sby 3e

When you use Dr. Charter's lm
Touic you are helping to renew
the vigor of every fiber of your
bod. You are leanaing md en-
ricing your blood; you am
strengthening your stomach and
increasngthe digtive luid; you=
an building up and re oom i
activity of your kidneys and iver;
and you are feeding and revitaMs-
Ing your nervous system. You
cannot do this without getting
well, and you cannot take Dr.
tues Iron Tonic without doing it

CUCAkoo ILL, o?. NO.A ML
The Dr. BWaer SM.dne Cb.. W Ghi
OKinTL35W:-l annesltatlp em
mend Dr. Harte m Ireae as Z
Armly bleve It Inthe bet tooka oe t
market to-day. Every spring ad b t
my stem seems to obe In nad of a
tole, and or the past thrs ym I
have taken a bottle of your tonie ivwie
a year. How. Jom J. Funse,
A the. r e lMft d .
11 Owood 8Z.Chbcago.

104UpS, THEN nEfltf


so a is uentinls Diatel rbuded
A-meO th* mlr* *o tio he90uad
Wnt s sot nm o toDeath.
"It is a iraea fact" said a went-
ber of Company A, Third Marylandt
"that m-litary execution bad a peculiar
faselastin for men who were dally
accustome to see hundreds slain In
little. M& who shovel a breastwork
Ia on a tOtleb ftll of stalin uturades
and chew hardtack or eat salt park
while at the job with a callousaiess
which only such frequent scenes or oe-
crrencs woueed make possible In t he
human bhert became peculiarly sensli
tire and alve to the solemn parade
and formalities oft a military execution.
C"In our rOgiment we had a private
soldier ssteacd t be shedt for desert-
lag to the eemy. Htis name was
Thompsom, and he belonged to Com.-
: pany K. This man Thompson had de.
serted off vedette post one night and
I some two months afterward came into
I our liane, where members of his own
! company happened to be on picket
duty. Thompson did not calculate on
this. His Idea in coming in was to sur-
render as a Confederate soldier and be
sent north. It happened near to the
Weldo railroad, where our division of
the Ninth e6pe was then posted. Of
course, oas being recognized, he was
taken to headquarters, and a court
martial was Immediately convened. It
leaked out somehow that Thompson
was not the humble soldier be seemed,
but a CoAfederate omcer and spy. lie
had been an offcer In the United States
navy before the war. He resigned and
went south, where he secured the com-
mission of louel of infantry.
"Being a Marylander of family, ef-
forts were mae to save his life, but In
a quiet way, as hs relatives feared to
disclose his real Idetity for fear he'
would be hanged as a spy instead of
shot as a desrter. Friday, the day
set for execustln In the Army of the
Potomae, came around too soon for
Thomp. sand Ms relatives. The night
previous he had been Informed that all
efforts had ftailled at Washington. I
was on guard duty over him, and my
brother was one of the detail of twelve
men selected as the firing squad. My
brother d t like the job, and came
to the tW where I was on guard to
consult with me how to get out of it
Thompson overheard our conversation,
and, knowing my brother by name, he
broke in: 'Say, Tip, you must not back
out. I want you In the squad, as I
know you are a dead shot and will
save me from the sergeant.'

Are Made M serabe by
Kidney TrouMe.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind.
urgo sad klesens ambtion: beauty, vigor
si~ wand cheemfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.,
toKidney trouble has
S become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
L neys. If the child urin-
Sa- ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble.
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail "ii
free. also pamphlet tell- a ot wser-eamness.
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Ion't in;ike anvy mistake, lowt rio-miill-ri-
tile nilli'. Swaii|p-I{t r(. lDr. Kiin, '-
Swamnp-il itt. anl,] thelc' lilrs.. Bliiihliii-
toll. N. Y.. on everyl IhItt!,'.

I:: "'-flh 1 it1 :1' :z:ui I !
| ( )(lK I kliC)pp'lliltioS. |
_II -I-i# : : .-:--. tf* -1.....oI
Mi.-S E. 4i. S';iler s.N'fi Thll.ml'_sis i ilig
with hIr sitr l .at No\w Sin\ iiri.
M r. 1 eoenii;ll is. instillin-i .1 tulle -S i..
,hlant iln Iii" ierniilt ..i lii -il lie iii'..
M r. 0.-ii i- iluin, hll.- \\,,rk.
I. i'. .lJolnso ii llegii n :ii o ilte li It
the ,'.S-;is.ei, l e llli l M illi i.\ t\ -..ll kinic.
r I illl \\ill 4c Iitll !rt t1.- 111 II l '\ \\ lli t1 .
aiiii ln Ili lin g.
Mr. iiandl Mr- Mierriaiin. olf I'44 il.aia ;i:l-
P\I-1't- l to I. \ W illi thi irl frii li,.l. M Ir.
iiiicl M rs. II.Ir.IN rt 1\\ lso. i. :! ."- iii,' I.
nooik" for over Seiin.il.i.
\ II. .loe is Ji l I iie.''e. M rt->. I ',,l,.-t .
If New'\ oril; I itl \\.r' in it \\4n on
\V'el -0'.-li T. T!,.'; \ iii ioon j- ill Mr.
.l ,i e'. i. l. c.,i :iT ,, fer tit \\'iile.r.
M r. aili l1'r.. 1. 4 W illh.r-. oi f I aiir\ ille-.

"It was the practice for the sergeant 3hco.. v-iite, ,hi o-ecie4 l';l fri.i .s .it
Ift the ring squad failed to kill the iG.hll,,i|t \c \.,,lli.-,l-.4 Tliey fin a LW
doomed man with a volley to place the ,iii.ll ,el..,,irlt,, ,. ,-, in, ,... i-t ille'r.
muzsle of his rifle against the temple l T
of the prisoner and blow out his brains. & 1hit, at, \',l,',,if,. ix,, ,,,i. i California CO OdO UOOn
"After Tip had conseated the oMeer wr,- Iu1 ,14,11, ll h,.,, 1, i-.,1Caf .ainto. r ,. r h,
of the guard permitted us to play cards ill hi, t h. I, .it. : i il W ashington, M ontana N
with the prisoner. He had a roll of lnl 11i :I ij'kl.\a ice to h, l cl ,.10iell,, ,af Ill.h
bills, and we were soon in a stiff poker 1 ee1 hi,.,.,. .4,,i '- ilit i-t 2. at V I.
game. Two guards, Including myself, I
my brother Tip and Thompson. com- Westerg & Atlantic Railroad.
posed the quartet. We played unUtil i
gray daylight, and TbompMn skinned
the party of every dollar. He had I'c'l, cIi, r, -l,. I I.4 AMVI IF CHATTAN O A ST
phenomenal luck and watched the ]iii1i4l c ai i. i i.i' I .-I lc NASHVILLE, C iHATTlr IANOOUUGA & ST. LO
game closely. ,. a ii:l-.. ;i. i ili-t on.. n iil ,.i ,TY "DIXIE FL UER ROUTE"
"In the afternoon he waits to die, and tihrioiilh h. i le,,t. ol on.; 1tiil wh;icl \ AJ EdA;l.SJ.JA
about noon be asked to ae* the lhtnten- ti iir,,,,,, ,, | \:,; D rin cctemir and O to'er 1.
ant of the firing squad. ilaudiig the ,,.,,,,, ,,,i, ,,i D\Uring September and October, ,1
111. pil I'lI \ ; 1.

officer $500. be asked him to divide it i l ... .
equally among the men detailed to I'; icl ,.. ,
shoot bhim *Ilt il'ill. \ i ;i 'l \|-'ri' 1' I l lic r ,.c.- .'I.
"The division was drawn up and thl iihll \\-' \\..liiiI1i -i.. iiiil I
formined three sides of a square, the-aill witiha l-Oliii,,l.v noi .... iiirt. .

forth side being open, where the grave
of Thompson was freshly dug. The
band played the dead march In 'Saul,'
and Thompson. at thWhead of the fir-
ing squad, marched around the three
sides of the square. with the cotfin in
which he was to be inclosed carried im-
mediately behind him. Reaching the
open space, the coffln was set down.
Thompson seated himself on the end of
It. facing the firing squad, about twelve
paces distant. The death warrant was
read. and the chaplain tied his hand-
kerchief over the prisoner's eyes. I
watched Thonimpson. curious to note if
tie would bear the reports of the nusn-
kets that killed him. Presently I heard
the llcuteunatit's low voice: 'Ready!
Ahi! Fire!'
"IIn the next Instant Thompson top-
pled back into his coffin a dead man.
The reports of the nmuskets he never
litiard. as I saw hlui swiftly fall over
before I heard the guns crack. and to
I settled this disputed point to iny own

satisfaction, and to that extent the ex-
ecutlon of Thompson Interested me and
no more."- Washington Poet
The est Prscription or Malaria

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To Cure a Cold in one Day.
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For Sale 60 Acres on Tomoka.
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Real Estate For Sale.
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S For Sale at a Bargain.

Chill and Fever in a bottles of I;iv':S TwIl e', iofi ', of .', of s.,'. :;1. T\\ p.
TASTELES I (HILL TomN '. It is simnplY i1 Sclc h li ,'c.- .':7 I':. milt.liiiii- "2 I
Irin and Quinine in a tasteless.- forli. .
Nc ('urn No Pay. Priice .14- e'ilts. ,. i" Ic- ig tei t .il, i t' l i t I i- k
S. IliHill station on I I E I ty. T l,, ah.\,.
-,----onilii ;s .4li0 1 7 : ltr.- of th, lili,-l
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Giet a free sample' tf Chalninclc-ri .c .
Stomiiah & LiverTalhletg.fan*iy .dru.gis. wi thinhh 7 ', .i l- s of -' ,l.timiiie c:iicil
The"y arep Uaier to take and Imreiil ihlian- now in Nl-'. w\hii il l ooiihdl tlhrIiludll.\
,ntt in effect than plills. Then'i tlir c ei- 1 i dr'iil the' iinlik ihilnds it all :.ei:-nell- oi
not followtedI ly Tcontipation as is often t vhe year. Title I-rf'ct I'i{ ie. l7.i.
the came with pillar RIegulair siZe. "2-M'. Inquiin- of I1El\ l"itzg'er'il.. Il>:iY n ,i .
I lr box. Floridai.

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F-or the \cair A. 1). 1002.

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