Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 6, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00465
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GAZET N.


Daytona. Florida. Doc. 6. 1902


Zdw. Fitxa~ild. P-1L


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Don't forget that we are handling one
of the Best Paints on thoe market.
Oills, Japan, etc., to go with it, and
Brushes to put it on with.W invit.
investigation. I.


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MASON Q WALL CO.


Borth Reach Street


&atbooat



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luke 84111iae.

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nv.and u.-Itaipeel. Al



SYou Ctammo Flod IW~
What Tim Want...


PliI1. 9


Barnes


tthe Novelty- Store

Io.-spauiit sN 1.1s.,11

Arlilkli-s hm-vt Knive

1'.inelt,'".9 m4hiell,4 ; i~asw .
Wi'e'.l eh owi'
11 1f 1 0.01, M il 11-4bil lo I *

Fh~yf Ca o BAME


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~TI'HE FOOD PROBLEM



I *.%i e; caItpe.t 14141-jaeIeNe)II.I rItt- 5.13 it J4 li-O1oti
seek." loiwg ilt for 7.7-% i:-' t '.i I-*I!I in, ~1 i-iUi-m IIlii Ii"- all
new t.1 i 46f tIW (in --?A t11.liitiiv


A\newv line fLiini1wk jiil't


K T.WNRA &CO
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.ontinuallv Katehiing
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customers for the Iinv) pr-ctt
we have that ilikc your hon litllIlI
aiand lin Pir I btitnlifuil. N
of the 'yecal Ith'lyi
NEW FURNITURE
A- tto our store will 'vl\'iI'C'
LodI is compete al id o)ur pri
ARE ALWAYS GIAI T
S. WHET11LIY (l iBUY
line of beautiful Orieutal I
ived. Other lade arrivals a
in bamboo, which ar1e very p
rtacks, and new style folding loun,
b4 e Wl the Qui l.k 1M.al ;;s.ln- it. to lavefP your fuel I ill. v, li l I l ots- f ti

Bingham & Ma

,The Furniture Leaders and L'nd
^A-A- A A. & Ak-.A.L.A.A..A..A..A. AI.,


S Dry P Ine and Oak
ed promptly on shl
of our wood was-
J. L. ODI)M,


MATONIANS IN A WRECK.
Dr. and .Mrs. J. P. Epwh and iiliren.
Mrs. E. J. Wright and Miss lili.lganrde
Stratten. of Huron, Ohio. are agnin with
their Daytona fri.,nds enjoying sun.liinie
and balmyv lin zes. It was th-'ir itis
fortune to i.e in tinhe wr'.k oin thieAtlatit i,
CoiSt Lilne i-'tw.-ein Mo!lnaitei-ry tiinl
Wayvrols w.vhn < allisiean g;iv. ti.
pat enge-rs a te'rriblel shakingii up. .Mis.
Eaeh had a rather narrow e.saipe aniid is
still suffering from the. e.ffe.-ts of the
shlock. When their train it ngid into
the ears on the. sideI tra.k they wo-le
thrown viol.,ntl-. head foiiarl. agaiiii-t
time. .ids of tliir lrthls. With iI. .. -
*'leLioni of Mrs. Ese-i. witlhsinstaini l serious injiii-e-s. their party \w%.~e-r fior itita .
in .tMuaping am well ias ti.hy didI, iiisild.i-
fnig ti.- slt l at \.. ii. li ti.. ir i t \\i.'.:s
rinning at the. til. ofl ti.-4 .*llimti,.


Notice.
,ona aindi :iit''i I lis (1:11'. 1141 *..* ~.
I14t r %%i i lih l IN. 4 d ~ llf. il ok h


A THING OF BEAUTY.
I' .\. \\ iiiinlill, li ;i.n sIll \\ ;1'1. i .1iti
;lifi' i <' .Ilihl .1r i.i i, I i iip -14 i l ,. i li |ih
ol 'll l ;t01141 I- llI .. IwtW e n |l .iI l I ;111.II
ltiidg iw o d. lihas ji inih rl ;i i .liv.r\
%%11-ilO for Stiliii tIlI. Iak r. 11 i
S le'linlilly anirral ,l n dill ,lUigllI|i. li
ishl ,d illn r, l, lhi.k. M lr. \ iini ,iiin'l'fi'- fort i- I, ill.
il.' ainl r,|i> ii g \,,hi,- h ;icl, lio,1.1 1.
shi il, hl :1|| l h, i> ||il. il l 1 t |lo. t radl' .

At w o o d Pharmacy
will-serve hot Choco-
late this winter,


K," I.I*O O te tamme tm #9
:-From Me Ohio :
to Ube Halifax.


Trhe first snow storms and blizzard of
ti e w-sonsoi.truck4 the Ohio Valley Wednewe-
oda-y of last week. tUp to that tinw '*the
oldest inhabitant- hadl not seen ia fmomf
0j1011 fall.
I noimAUSN'iletwo little pickaninies wen-
lop pk-itig at a vegetablpkdisplay. -What'm
tI.'in little red looking things in that
Ilarr.- ?- nmke~donv. W'y' you fool, don't
yotlimi I..iT 'e''h.ns raniberrie&to 'Ntulf
Ite..swith.- ro~ili-d himWIi sopitiicated

4 )1iT Jlaukmkgivinug l- d ay pleasant part e.'o
4lo,f m-fni-a'omi.'teditni. spojotted ldogsi and
a it:t.'lasgnuls w.resi-ent in every briar
114111W. *;1111141n jungle burning powder
ai iil cmilg'lhiig t hieir wits in fthe- effort to
..'n o B iill Smuith id Jtitmh.l D rown nso'xt
I'a at 'lTom ..aut"gnsoi-ey W11-1theyiit
lilt tip r','. 'amid eeir jpreviuum diy's

.titilar.'s# Wthmog w.its enco(uniteln-O
-'vIt tjimesi. Atl Pl. i1tatoin aluatit flt-
i.at .)fi..iti w\\en-t ri-ingtoeholtd dowi~n
tiiri v 'aT lhtey hiult hem At urvited-
loiihk o~f Ii.ig4 on oatlter and ail jilninvvg It.e
-hjlt r il.r ,:tki-. butl it didn't '..t rk.


-A :t111-Ithinikiteg 'Of tn'vin tflit- ~is
:o .*riiitmarketi 1a fe.'.v tte'os tIV#-*t
,it i.. '., stsif olIf. I PA se' M ht t I w ft lks
Ott.I, thai' ltiigh~t of Its. (Ong.. .mnnle
..... '~~.lI. .tuil find it toerribllvraw.
tl.i':itt~L' aI ortt'. strom~geo'nstitu-
1 ti'1 1 ,1t ; 11 ilt I tsIa.I.'stiff ''w itin s fromnt i It-
iI ha %o. tit.i I i-A aiiu,. irI iliutintiegoi the Ea~st
s*41.1t h. 10111I1 ''. Ia ve. Saltel '.'tI .'. 1 geaail
thai' Vl rewlln tpa


OUR XMASt EDITION. 1kitiisiI-I vI#.t jmewareIimitg
i1I ll"t t C31-4 J till:InS freimi t nI':lalbiatspoe % e ''l e''
A4h:LkvI :t it.-it o' oa)Il-1111 I n3".i imas 11.111'' h 10.4-11 :1i g fiprfn'. st 'te',1-1 l lii ft
0.lit''' .I t '.' i ll l it, t14;i.?' I I' h it.I 11-ii it..'%still lit-a ls tiisina ftitheriigiit ea
tla. la'eeI :3 .4 t s .13l.... .11 1 1\ 111,'ii:. f ie 4 e te. f nettestI Ig 4-f 0-'1t I I IIIt a t bie


Dissolution of Partnership.


\\ lili IIl n oIt\\ I';lI ,,i t \\ IIh I[it'1- 1"1-"a rlilll'i nll
- -I ,,'l oIf "ih, ,. ill'v inIl, lr,, W ." V Is
i:i o, n.. rlirir i'; l i, s Iln o\\ ik
*,:il~i-i,',l .ilmo li, 1 Ihl'{ ll h llt it, 1n illh.
nt Il I I il- H |iri I ti 1.ll\ fi ,- fr,, I mI ilin m t.
I'li.ii -1. ,,ri 1. ili 4r1. iiAIl nd h tir .u'rs ;ir'
,.ll ;a : l i.,1rostfill. .1111il1 iiln al r',S rlir dl
I. ll:i.u, it 1.I.0 snilllt for th llo who nOtr vl\
I\ lhi- lin,. \\ilh ih llnso. ike fto Ils.


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Slaughter Salel!



M.lf i'. Yo mths and Childrens' Clothing at Absolute Cost!
We nn. going, to make a change in our "hbmuinee amn muiit close
ount our Ilothing. Everything in the above line at
Cost *exspt Dutcebes Trousers.

liuy on. the judgment and knowledge of a
competent and responsible merchant, and if
the goods are not just what they are repre-
sente(l, return them and get your money back.
The safest guarantee of prices and quality is
that if you are the least dissatisfied, you can
get your money back. That is what we offer.

Our line of fall and winter goods is now
complete and we take great pleasure in show-
ilng you ioutr stock. Men's, Boys' and Child-
ren's ( lothing, l)ry Goods, Notions, etc.




^bUrn


Dr. G. Morton Marcus

"Eye "h Well Kia wn
-Eye Specialilst and


Oculist's Optician.
lit. ei ir I it'fl e ildl rtlc e I on ill lt t- e I l~
;il No,. s S4101ont I '1er-.h SI.. next to .loare' Bran.
LYlS ILX.'X \IM:
:REI 1: ClIARGL.


Spectacles to Suit all Impaired Eyesht.
New Lenses Put in Your Frame
A\I.1. KII )S )1 PI I.1\IId\G AT' SIHOT N)TICI.,


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.


MAKE DISTANT FRIENDS GL.AD. ~~' i :a'ro~tiltig :i,:,el.t.ie l t''ar .)



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SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.
The (County .Sthool. oardi met at I).D
Land Moniday evening witith ll mendiil'r
pre-int, 'Cominiiissioinr KrinaiPpe in the
chair. SUiperint.'nd'ent Ilert .'Fish as sw'-
retallry. (*\lii.iii ii >iot r C II.-y was
ilrit'ri'l to aliip | a n illll'in r w of ilisks,. now
itt S.ville. bult nat in t in,. Ito Daytoina
all IPort Orairi ,'. It was 4orler'd that
the. schools Iw -los.4e f'lromilll Ike-mirllll 1
until .haniiary 'i. making a two weeks'
vacation for tlhe Christnias holidays.
Their chairmaiilin al sulu.riitenlient were
instr'lcted. to imielt on Monlay. De'Cem-
22. and draw warrants for salaries for
teahliters whose reports are thIn in show-
ing twenty iday'vtea.'irtiig.indil to report
their action ta the Iioard at the January
im titiI %it n i mit t wl r wi ut Am


.. I T h ,, t l l ,I I .I ig ** I t 44 1 .1 ill ll\ I II''" l i'.I i" '> :I ] l *\ l. 't I 1 1, :11 4' un l 114 l it .i. i i 11i s ii lis IinI lie e i g u .it N 'i .i-ti i-n r i iT I m nu -
Sio34.\'.' e34o. e t h, ,,. .,i ;.,p o 1 ii| 'I ', tti. L iI i,'l'l flit. :i-.lii-li '' o ft il- I'' 'ea .e was approved. thorized mio til employed at the Port
rtT.t 's I i 'l,.Ii.i:r. ai,.i ,o \'hiy.' I'-. Th,' Ir I.-i nliiin l of th' ie ell-alli jury w.as Orange school Th r nsignatip on of
10 C1'1. I'I i SNATCHED FROM THE DEEP 4 I-- l, it,.\ 1' iil.-.t is as ,il. r i. i... l.I ,hnii it. \: 1 i.- il'1 thi tIh.- clerk Fraines tochelle as leaii.her at Brooks
i)l't't0t)lll !.\,, I"ll m um l t -iimo hil, e-kill." !1,' I. .niuih, i/,.,1 :iuiI in ti'it..l lo have wasa.-pted. Th'! l.-s 'ipieritiidte ntwas
0 \\' is t ilt.' -,, i. t ,i ,. kn,, I ,, like 100ook: has Ia l. sin .i..,iN-ili,.ti i i, |'.l'.n.I fl t'or an oiut.silde authorized t ,o pr -iu. e sulpllies for the
HIt t.l l3i1k '. ln l i i i- 1.n I n :. I 'i 1 t~. n -i. ,. i,., l. :iii ii. r eil' l l41s a11.o 't \;I:,lt. 1n. a I; \\; i- ,.,., .n.I ... tli l.ut igre n gre hool. Teah r siu ii n iatis i o fs D .
I I.Il < t,4. lu. ',i n ll -11. i ,' i ta Iu- 1,,'. .1 't .% i li i., a l' i t n 11 i. lA.'-' for l t -t liis is ;ltal- 'iur \ a.;il, to1 1 ,olti hi tIlfd' lis te It-tro 'k. l..'las su l le Iiso at Cliflton schli .ool
E i n t ,u ,. l,. 'l'1 li. '' it. t t:t11." t{il I hlall not~1 ii.ti i' i i .i''h l loi th tl.. l.o irl. \i i.eti- wa.s are'pted. The. .olor.'d svi oe ol form .
\ lIif 313ft t iofn lor i1- i;tlhli-h iiintl i a poIlling e.rly lo ated uii thle.'lalll hiills was
'tLI 1.1 1 L T I'a i II- i ti. i- r .i. hr.r' iald tih. plle'a-iui' m' t- I''ai .a I/' ,r nt'l and re- abolishedl antd a in.. lort school
4. *rred bark to tIll Im-tilion.ers with in- authorized to be op. noiid at Osteen. An
cIs. rit 1 -. a, l t i .l: a 1. ail t ',,, I. thit i It ,,.lr m I cu A In. T. l 'ti. I'F. s. N.. tt' N. 're' s. k t ,,s lth. 1 n.tiine'n' w ith in authtrizo'e to b i t, 'ta t I)st,'e'n. ou n
SL -1 rT.t, it,,ll..l, '.. .li. e I .1 i. lt.i..1 .lV.t' t N.''.' I ..V. 'a t 41 p',ti'..Il. ,ition in at airanligepnient w 'as n ld. withth.. VToluustf
4) )110 \\" ii ..I, io1,,<\\ i. ..*, *I 1t,,, blo .l ai t te po rt I'e "v\ it tIl titl. p.,ition County Bank ftor them to t1 ull war.
Tu,,-iI:i '. a.' \.'Iat ,,\,'1n~e N' 1 ",'\ it.l i tat en hi" Ii,-iil' suitth,,hi itassao'il 'tts. "l''ii'. its.'il t \ ih -Iait ,'. I .lithan I uinit" Bank for titelU to a .clj |i all war-
lp M < IT 1d 111-11 1^ mi ll hil, L I11" Lit. ill!,- \%.,Is IIII.Issi ll ""* ,or s tail] lri .-. r s Siniti; Crek. rants and to rn vive interest on such
( )h Nt )jI. : tI,,i .,IIu I'.t I _:i2I., hl:l1 i112 lliir'al '.'.as iiia.-inis m ing 1 ,.,,1aiirni o Iil.l-,, a,\ri l- Stithi 'rle. 'k, rant t and to r .'ei',, nl t.lio t u tl puah
i ,.f, l ii I l iii;i tl i. tl'l l n lSi,,a ll li. ll o '.illv 1fi-.' flio li thal iui\l i l ,'l 4 l ini 'i I''i',i a''itm a it t i t li at e if rigista t oi t i l little la id
UfS Ilti it -1 1 I I. iI t h Jim- I 4 ll 2.-f' '' ai i \ i il l ith was with ly til'e county. A pe tition fol' a foot
ug haV(inlt ,,. | ,,r a,,in i fhi- Ihrth.r .-...t I l' t hii,,fiij s c. of air sto s hiraei tr- tiistiv i if i v l wat .
re: IP arlor h l.'-. It, .i, h ir lii- h' 1. \ -I ,\\'- a niiniil wi\%I,,h .oI,' a a4tta.itld V l .se ii,.lineit ia l ,. in ,....1. i th..i. t.' Iri, ,, i... Sn i.t i p at othwers wa etie ll. l.A ter payingt.hool
'r e t ty ; h a l l stit-,,- ', l'stie- \\ ill till, ill)\r*,fa I. ,aititi ". 'rll .thn irta' .'aw it h, aihiteyi na i ,I t !.i.. '.. r- '.'. \\ itI mn t se st tt at F'h ao.'rs wi'. s rt .ueiseo d. / A after p ay ing
lit th Ir \\ I. I t hLt lil' I aIl! i t i ,i ithir It. i ,.;iio r n1 i dlubt Il.all s. Oi th t t u nlit I. l. a i ti liiait has t thle It Uial bills the board adjoun'i ed. .
ges. \ I ..,at aNt l... ste '.n h,, .ii .i asi ,ital. i,nt,,oali'le n. morning in Manila .-.Iy. and Yv L'\'ie Aft, r ii-, p>ma 'nt et the
,1 th' h,, i,,l rpor l iloh',ll ..i'l.tr'i4' (l o iilll'' I I .. I sa i h ,,llfi,' t. .i nelt tilh..i e sm ke of ti tmeu.ui all ,iionli ly ,. i..1 bill.l 1 ih, l I.ard A THIEF CAUGHT.
ta t tnid I'ilrick'.s I,'.ls sh4 it i7uiiilw..ar ...ii"ny's 1gins. At 1'ensavb la, as ti' l tdjoiliriie I.
nl. II.-i.h. l ,int'lI tlh l t nel \- .I liaint ;:l .. e -New.s reilrtler hsat with tlae --, <'n Monday pyl'ity Sheriff Harryiamsi
S4 .rawn thIroiiili, th.r sai.rk iuf-tl 1rii-. jl ,,,iI h.ier.ilt af Alowntown rstauralt All kinds of hot soda of N,'w Smyrna again captund E. O,
1 4/ ,l,.ilp i a ti.rrii, it. \\.I ii hi- h r i .... t s It t'i ci; h li, iti.r 1ic. hat ilh fat t Si- t oenith, a neIgr whoi ies wanted by ta i
*/ l,,lp,' '"r'"er' l" ".'<"... ;a. i ,, al ,, ,i\.s on t". sdell. iuail-on-1oa> drinks at A twood govern,,m.ent aitorities ,i, r stealing mal,
ltaikeri's. t ,,iltIi w' i,',i-,,,n.., i, in ;(n,,, ,., .,,... lwo. ..e,, ift ,'old P t h adldressed to Ow.ar E. Smith. He wasfn
hi'. th li, la4k .. hL l ii i: ti-i- I '\ lii: hai ,.. sail w .1- nolit altoiiut i 'onpsila.ei it iy iisi thhS intcy tthe toila in lacksotnville, itn ktober and
A;loa'l ;iial : N iltn I- .-I -ilae. l a ilii'l *l.i-- ,hili May iii 'iiii1 lh.ir Ma ilah w h 'ileh l ked in a room near tite '. IS.
fuiiral ;it hw h I i lir nuiil r **\ lirakfst. Ift Adnii l Ia inies Io C'ourt i'ro i niaile his esoa.pe through a
a.-i-i.inni l..inwtuith, Inl,.st lti,, i l ,hii i ,i ti ,r,, ,i'ni ii-, f iI t I'r i.1.y- T .'au iii r irl. l -r. d tr isor anl has eince bi n at largr'.
k W oodl d eli tr- k.'i' "-h'r- '\.o ,i ill i .a.. l, ,n h 1 I.. a. a i t.. n -- \' 'hi,.ih i alu,.t a- ro ,ilth ,a'le as ti !it fi ,oin r.-i l .1 a .a-, 4 .l i : 1 11 a n ,.-.o nt of 'I The ne .gro haid Ibe n soefl t ted of Icur-
' notice. i I,.,.., .,lhl holl o) ,-ti h .eii t.orter'w iil hill ,ilt Iirti'i it ..h'- I e m l it y foreolvicts ing the mail, co nta inning checks and the
ort notice. A ll', ''r..h ,'.l Il 1 n t 3u, alt t .i.lI t hinlli,'. to thr,'. i- ,,.- nitt.- t-rat,.v, ,o ,,i ... I. il 2 Ii towar a ra for him way towards
Cut last year. 1-anifn ,,. L. I L. te in .1 and join t miral's hingan payin n o thW. 'i il-til-t.t' itnwill now doan
Il3 NorW tlhAt i r..or. Ir tht t..,i iti'" '.lto th'k 4 i, I i h.i .*' with tht i .I L. ang at
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Women as Well asMen A CA SE
Are Made Miserable by OF GRIT
Kidney Trouble. -


Kkiney trouble preys upon the mind. dis-
IPUeWYeNT coutages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.
i- Kidney trouble has
become no prevalent
that it is not uncommon
svures for a chill to be born
A ', afflicted with weak kid-
Oetions with il..I. y ney: if the chill urin-
Ril, I h 1 tiia I ... k \. an l adtes too aften, if the
Orurin scalds th flesh or if. when the child
_re.'ihn Xan age when it ,Lhculd be able to
(-,,n lt I th pa.-a ., it is yct affl.cted with
-w-"' ting. d;'.e 'nd uprn it. the cause of
N th ,-difficity i kid:, trotible, and the first
N ,:E,':C hSO:l t t,-" .,.ar. tiC treatment of
th.. z.r int car- Thi. unpleasant
tr e- to a di;-a ed conditio-h of the


W ood W ~orker 'era!, .ithkiaue. and Ll.aier trouble.
oa:., b th n-cJ the ame F-tat remedy.
K and i i-. I,, iTh- i'nil!l id tlth-, imme i :c effect cf
I~kW anl Wmini w l i., -, 3" i. 1 11' Swamp.Root is .c,,'n reah:tJ. It is sold
Moululifi r iKnvli to ordlr \'l I ,, .!: g its, in fifty- : _
Furuitureilt ;tiiinioin, l ,, -e h 'n .t11', c,:nt 3:n.1 one .I liar
at rea.Ioibl. iic, :' l mar,- have a
t'ott:l ,' \\, 1u.. t3 l,'n,.,. I I: frt'. ..l:, ramp :.':t t1il- hnkm-' f S wr"- Ro..t.
.1 .Il a"i3. .-.t it ::. :'d;ngf m any cf f the
Ih ..: of ti.. .: .: i l I :.r re eived
Daytona ice Co. fr .:f.-rer c.rd. la .vriti. Dr. K:lmer
v t. Co.. H:;h.im n, 14. Y, be Lure and
H ... Dn ... 1.e mention thi; paper.
W4.3M.i. 4. < *.1.. .l 4
P nu.. ~',Ku.II .till
PURE ICE "
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l-'A tut r I et-ii. fre,,, 1 7 2,I IIm I, k I lill I ,;I i l. ,1 1.' I v 1 I' ,l 1. \. 1

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Veolmal Avenue and Railroad. %\ ;- ;% Tn- r I! ,li,

JOHN B. P.\ K Nl S .. ..I ,. i ; 1 Ih, \ t\
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3!t I 344 ~ 41: ~'34 31 I,


IDaytona Tdlepbone

Cwnpa


Oflf- .iuta I 1ie ltaigle11imiaA I.*I 43



Ocean House,

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.Attorniiy-at-' Ial.
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.i. c. tt i -rri ii I I 4.. t;".


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W ~iring fill- Ii.. til, 1.1-111 1.%

uIfiam~v aid.iea et:I Iii.
Sj p ecalam34l- hiat .agd, .1-6 I 3 IIll, \%,-


It, II I ',


FRANK.


"I have no objection to giving you my daughter's hand in i
yu can satisfy me as to your prospects. What is your position
"My position? Oh, don't worry about that. I will give up n
IAMr I marry your daughter."


Northern Meat Markt
o tI,. I.. 4)I)1 M, Prop

'I ll.


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marriage I If3:'.I 'j3 ''! ''. 3' ,
no0w?"
1y position 3 !a 'I~3~ 1li






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3114 lt. 4' 13:-33 i:l 3 ,.~44 A. 3313.3 e' le,1 --33 4131134. \3

to 1 .4 -t I3.:1 l."- hI I I, 14 '. 1 the ,Ill 44,te
.31 at fauiti 'teOwl 11i. .'I'Na% t. 133 1*a i 33

v, li i t a3 el'I'-,. Ik A "t t i t .' kI nh43' ircll
and tel 3 --t 'l i ; I ',it3h3 I 11 IF- i fi: '.r t3 1at1 e


t333. I' o r n .' It .4 3.' 3' -'3 1-
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AIM


OPFOITTNITI

[OriginaL)
The end of the year was approach-
ing, and John Tnllot, bookkeeper for
Blinker Bros.. was spending every
evening over his books preparatory to
the annual fiscal statement. One night
after turning onut the lights Just before
going home' lie remiienilared that be had
left an .pI.r in the vault which he
should lhtve iiniled. Fighting a can-
dle that lie kept for ue In the vault.
hlie iiiihlo-kd thlie door and entered. The


4


4.-


towlum at --Itli

ahvlae iimo awiIN

in the world.
it haue hbw a Plols thI l
and west lnthemo tshe o Mof s q t
l uthe operom of lb Oak^ in d


[Copyflgbt. ISU. by C. B. Lewis.)
ityes, ttrn ilce. ver~y ilee. 5111(1 the
retired capitatllitt its he puit the thou-
sand dollar greenback he had been dlis-
p.laying ltack into ia fat wallet., 1t'*s'
Uot oiiily nive to lhave Suir-ithints
Abjoit. lint to mk b Iack m illv: nimuemer
thait I owt. .llI'e 1.0t 14) thel' state' of

'*But Nvlay hartlieuhirize 4 omnieteihilt e
'"1:'.11*: ist' of itS I:aw aIil I e4-t:It1isa'(of
lt-4 lpeuille. When1IIgot iiiY lipllleim .9-4
a jsli-aviri~tist, I weld i ito 11 eu:iilsill~ i
thalt state. In thles, el 40141 Ii-:a
gi.At %Ale.Ito itrtuil in busiine-ss it 1 4 'elI
niiuatil t t twn founit! .0al'it 17e11:y .1.1
1.1" -1 40iithe41St.IttIt4' lH04?; tl 4- leeefi edit
himt m ill reiiler Ili-.lirei. iikai'. 14..andi
tilt-str~impgtrwho Ielllteil edIti-i:-e-.5litIi
smiall iteawil fou~indall tether lousitiesis
inviel I2-3ii35thim. I got it corner store
ill.3 .1 kh, ill~ltg.111a4d hogan ,to hustle.
'I Il.* 1i rs I4Ilii :ig 1I41il wa's to the a full
j..':all. ill Ii oa lew Iliaper. Can you be.
1ie-%-- that I wat- iirru-stud for IC.,"
-011 what l1ialYwa1-Z:IAkl'i.
-Fe'wt timailuly (excI iting 1tlie' luielw
e*--.3 sir. till- wiarrantt ruial that I wias

till, 41 SIO :11111 CI .. i -lt ':; e11 t., L' I
1-:64 31 lilat- : l a l. 1'.11, 1t 1 1:11 :ill.
a1311 %-1,-ttill, tlllht *;l:- 3e e:.`A1. 3Io 1114 t

leik'slt: iflq'i' It %V; ~.P3'k_' IIt'll..

the wrtat lll4teI 4. 1,41 -4111114411 til-
j~i'lh((~lltI3.5 ig3 iii~t 11141. t i ll 1i-0*3 ti
(Im11433 I3le .' 'it.. ill That 14- 1 1
1.145 e3l4,1. 3.4.11eU 1,1146w. uti' 1 33 i.
thii (16i .1% i i x 1~ livil, I x44: -; 33:-tt

d.1" p.10114, to i clf iiuald a3Ili.% lta3-:


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. -11 ,.. 1hi *I 4.1:d 1:1431; IY 1 i, 1 I I '
(10 1a-it p144 ;:-.1 ii~ l '31 4a d. 114 i l. I .ti 1111l..i
;1fi h t a .411 ,


11., w:. ,-i a: .Iie-. ii I toya1 ia-r-r-r-r! The
Ae~ %\::.; \41-y 'ii-. drill. It wiv as


kiv.Ilh:it heie' :is still aitene, so he

Th'l1i4!i :nvo ward im. fo
t3I;- 13 ;3... I sv 3itIlisM I n:1 v'repily'.

4,344l I3344 3 v 4 13 til':il 5 t-e' c'wiiiioiuiia
3.3. I), Iw '11 pIl uit :3.3 I. latiuer:

3.44 el-' 3k', 3 3'Itoe 3e145 ,the' lock ?"
'IL I :. I'. :161epeuh. All

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'I i y, %,,IIIf, aV. I ll#- coin l nation

I :. r t wi.c

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'''a' P'1

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4 4'.3 III re a after


I.:- i'' 3 4 ir.Ie tt fi4ee on

3 .1 43 .-I L~ ii tea thllik of

4 I 3, 'I :.!I".444' l' t43 '1 (ll On a
3: 4 .. .4-, 14 .je 33trk teu
4 4 3 3 34 '-.4 4ie' 1'. ii tiotis.
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ila.khek la. !50' at J. M. Jonpe.

iReal etate
at a Baegain
'Tlw land known an the A. C. Barr
!trrov., containing about 17 earm, will
I*' sml4d for $2.*5M1. For partirulars eo-
qu.i- of J. N. DAVIS, South Ridgewood.



SNevilMe IH. Cark

SOPTICIAN.
I ->






Eyes Examined Free.
At (lark's Jewelry Htore.



Attention, Tourists.


Iti3


id l a l, l 'i ofOn- I fl riirar'! Yotu will
Inil II hr e -pl. II t intl 1 il s-t var-
v and IlW st-.t qiu lity at


City Hotel


oi; iliffervit't blaiadp- 4-f Pti-'tly first i-las..
K4 04 bds .


George H. Matthews.


Fela. 7


'- : lill'. He Notimce Amci e Ta Des IUnderiS
S. t '. ;.. ; -I. he coml-i tim .lChpater4111111. LawsileMds.
otice I. hereby given that E. T. Conrad,
"'Vi L. I .:-:;! .' 3th3' liut r.-s: pI1iy purbchal r of Tax ('ertilleate No. t, dated
eI..' ,. 'i :'.,. ,,. ,I ('.,nle In n1t] It- i U bh day of August A. D., IhIe. buhs led
Sai d eriilAste in my oce, and bhait Inade
:- .' ,- .,, nppila-luon for tax deed to Insue in accord-
-; ,. t',"" Ruance with law. Said certllak-il ennlabrace
Ih,. following de'w-rllhed property., ituaited
... ,, ,t ". it. : anl priersently li, Lavtona. Volulla Counilv. Florida. to-
Si 4 l,. t l'' ,:., thli.,'loch k. "They t11: lW 4 I"o a. blt-ek 5. tres.,.' *sultdI-
Si -lon, Daylona. The 'skd laud being as-
4 a ;" .. :; I :! ti Imine.< ...,-ed at the date of the -Istuance .f sucb
,,i f. ; .-rtlflcate In the nuase ol W. k14 -l'inan.
I'nle milai certlfcate shall be red.emlled
;. 1.', 1 4 ; :' inil,'i-ed the re- ec ordigto law,tade. dwilllsue4thieroen
\,,;i i,,I v- s .-' ke-lt tI a on the 1r1h day of Il-ember A. D., MIWt.
,Witness my oclal signature and ewal this
Si n' 'd eh,' lk iisiul the the 14thbdayof Novembe A. D., lilt.
S.t-. i r I 4' -l '. "." ,::1 l rl;'l., i lCll at- 'lerk4crcult('ourtofVoluslao'u.,l'lia.
i i :t ;i iing g the day. Pic Neil"se a im i Imdergs.
i ] -.,, ,:11 ,1 3 \lia|e"'. lie o|>peiled a Mee of Miteal ixamaiera ,
-. .'O. ]...,i ... l l r e\olvr, felt HeventhJudicial Dstru t,
o irlaando, ila. November 1. IlM.
S, ,1,.':,, i,,' ;I':Itl;3. -s were int Il uceordance wlE an et entitled,. An
l1' i. ,'. i:. I 3 .,.ra3ltii: inl urdtr. % tl Io Regulate IthePrartlee of Medlclne,"
1:, ': .! !.,iinil\ while the 4,.t,... 'r v i la l M Exa -
I 3103i14 thatnI Dowd of MedicalIExam-
S1. .. 'w. -' 1Ia'r 'e several liers In and for the Iievrth Judicial Dia-
S .. i. ,I l u ,1 i aritri.t4 f the i t11ate of Plorida will meet at my
4 .* ;.4I :,l tue iurigla .,oti ee' in Orlando, Orage eounty Florida,
\,' i 1..:., ;, ttli.; through. on Tuesday. DIcember 1, TM, It beag the
r, .1 ',. ~..IohnI hI.lar d ome.- ond Tueday In the mo .ry.
': : \ .'., :i, l. ,Tf, alin.l along the
d ,' ,3: II. i,'we3 it was pulled
:, I tHAND LAUNDRY,
,., '.1 ,' '. :1 .i: h f i e.. to the

1 I. l ,3 ,4'.., i,, 1' ,'.0 l a, ,.jut F lannels and
.' 't 4 '4 '. ., ,n, 3i 3.,v ,eii-luded Ladies' Wear,.
4, 4 3 344 : 4- ;''.uiii 41 dlf't nse;
t ii.i/.l u ,lef his revolve, r Shirts and Collars
V '-. 1 1 1
', 1". ... '..;3' 3,3" L hJi- rettr 1a Specialty.
I: I I', i:i, for :ia t.omeiu t that
+ .I. .. :l ". MI l.an broken T G
,'.,'..* -. 3 '. \.3l.,. "(..,11j1iing to onI- J4ll JnUoodII
-,,ii :- hI, i t : 'i- ..\ to t th ," drilled I
ih.!, 1,11' 4. ,, 3 1\,.r,. 11,, farther ',". e t'mhlll BIut,'ih lStr,-Pt. hNytona. i Ia.
S'-'.\:4 :,.,I ,. (.6,1.1 '0."'' lthe'i ilailuly, -- -
: 1,:li-t. i...fI3 nii. f'.r thi their was A Bad Breath
-;i1,,,l<'11;r' i:- 'l' ,:t, .11h3ll ill his arm s
;:0l 1i....;':. .1 a c'tirk lintil'rn to his face.
i+:\ih:.. 1:1. o'> 31.f ;,.,Ini had1 been hit. A bad breath means a bad
',I,. it,-r It.v 3,.. ,,oliiauion out of stomach, a bad digestion, a
.l.,h,.'- ,4i. ,'i:1.3. nial .Joil, substituted bad liver. Aver's Pills are
,his .: r l,,r Is eye a.t the hole. Prel-.R
.-tillY Iew li, :ir.l lth. il.tlie tiloor shut, and liver pills. They cure cor-
ll w:is s:l.",t. rThiy hlwnd gone. stipation, biliousness, dys-
lhi- i. w\t .iiorniS:g whiie the Janitor p a l dache.
tiien' iin ,llen was libk'rated and went pepsia, sk leadache.
lhi.m3, tio 1,r.'iakl':Ist. At I) o'clock he 2:. A.I J.a =;.ta.
ti:.t t!i. i ,n.tlx',rs ,if the firm at the of- -
i,.'e, t.lil lhi-. st.ry anid showed them b Arowse orrienlr-tblakIi*
tl' 11. -1-'ill t: :i \ait dlinr. At first' ICKINGIAMS DYEMA.P~
1,.' Y. i.., vea ith ,,i f'lr was n trick to I *.. .., ....
S,.I.., r 3 i4 l e. l'l ,ti<'iel>ncy, but the funds --
v,.3'. ,- 111,;1 t t., lie intact, and later,
NVl'I 33 .1t,.ni iletintiti itan that had
I- n r"-'a.-te.d ;s the, birghlar, they gave
inl. '1 iia ,,1; was made a stock com.-
parny. :4 Il T: 1l- at beca me secretary and MA Iigne teI Id oas@l n oIl
treasurer. Il. I L now rich. Lz.i- lvsm, --
ETIII:i, ARNOLD ALLEN. Ii m II-IIIdo


JB. 0D B
DAYTONA,



Ami,, B,. Lkn.mM A. A
khSemmi ad odlee,
RO eawood and Volmni1
'Pbo1 89. Da Hma

SEE

fomre you have your
He cam uave you 15 per cos t
guarautwd. ear olf City no

H. H. 8EELYE, M. A.,

Physician and
O&fme and remdeewn 127I
aveune, opposite Ridgewood
Telephone No. 85.


Hlalifax Mnus

Daytona, Florida.


Anti-Monopoly ]


Fine Pianos.......... 4

High Grade..... ...

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

Second Hand Uprights
Sk Squares.

Plamenos to eaL.


Losley SL

Titus t


POOL .

& RIJIA

ROOMS. .



Hot Lunches served at all hours.
Oyster Mtews a spamialty.


Call and See


the new line of


Wire Grass Good


Rugs and Art S


A neli'
rt'Ctivl'.l.


line. oft III, w lOOk stov"


J. H. Niver & SoS


WN


THE BASIS, OF EVIRYaO)OD U
i goo)d t'reacl. The ThankagiTvf
would imit Iw' omplEte4 without H I
andl our sUiri.or and iM'liiou
MINCE AND PI'MPKIN PI0-
rank next in imnilortaint to the
In the opinion of many twhy winiIlI
the "letive leir' in .xe.Ielli a
wholekonieness.
We make i fall line of PiM. Cabs 1
Pastery for Thianiksri. ing.
Special olrers i-lidoul t tme ieMlI


Gramling BakeNy


45F -I- 41- I-fg r T j~


r
a --- -


A 4-A-- T -,W l-----p--.- --. t


hleor wnv:s so st (on its hinges that it i lighting olftrain by e ltril6 1beatil
woutilI e!ose ,of Its own weight. and by stoam sad maNy O tW e M hlM
'r Iiw.t u-iia:ly pl:t('e4l a ledger agalnat method, whiek have adi "a41WjMo-
it oln enite.ring. lnt tonlghit lie was in fort and luxury to travel. It always
a hurry lto roet homnie nld thought he thselMe er lal hsta11etio .
could rea'li the Imlwar in time to catch Th Plower Liid't Tral.M between
tllhe dor Iffore it closed. The paper Chicago, St. a -O MIgsampolb haew
wais ot wlitre he sui|olW and ll helookil elIsewliere. Suddenly be i1 Canitl e wo d andh eb t dssp-
heard a click. Ii' : as locked In, ing Cars i t woridad bet dia
Tallot was's ipara:lyzl at hias situa- CCar eerrite.
tion. Pre-seiitly. however, he recovered I Time tablms, map. and laloriatioa
his .q)ia'niiiiity slilhihiently to think. furnished on appirwtio to F. A. Miller,
Thl first result of his thought was to ; Gen. Pam Agent, Old Coloay Baildilg,
Illow aiout hils c.tnlle, remleni ering that ,'Ch.cao.
it w:ns ehri:win on the oxygen In the
air. Iiit this vw:< is far as lie could
, fi.r thlier, wa:is utllitgii hlft for him D ee Clew Sklls.
top ,h1, ,.x.t.,t it I l.. .e if he could live H.rbine exerts a direct iluence on the

,,1' th, :,t-I .. ie r,,I h,. li,.ith f..lt ain wel. liver aMwl kidney, purifing
liy lth 'a,- t i;:at tHlie' Iuielling iin st.tlitig nitintaing them in a normal eoaditioM
lih:l1 .I.....' ;I a lk in the vault, of health; tbi nrmoring a commoRa
lhrwiii h ishhili nr i nmit l wrminete. valuof they elmw. otby, ge y eskia,
':I. 11.,i. ha i,. I.. l withoutsufficient and more or m pimple, blotches and
h,.-ciof -w 4-% #.-rj.e.,. m- ... iSlO iv sank


Them

wa.i


SW'


To
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UZes
pU


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Sand rem d with
loyn-umbe Mi i
,muting an docks @ince

down to his hunting
Iiw da-y ago, taking
ildwig and Jimmie
mr plentiful and the
ittng iummnegly.
Lby announemwent of
et.where. McCoy BIrou.
sue. new boat., Colum-
Popular prie-e. with
t will assure them

ame (Govre ridence, corner
I il ewoodI avttes., has
I through time Wilkinmon
L D. Wade, of West liberty.
a will oc'upy another of lhis
iMr the senaon.


-.mrlig bakery lhnanol is Edwanrd i lite. naeompanied by a
blrut it is nnalolutely free friend. aniught about i6. bamn, trout and
iB ninrioI. sh-seplheud Wednesday niorningand were
ilu'not tout lo)g eitlh,.n.
4f' eed. of Hasting,. Mi. ili..
for thie s .annm. l1e .H ne rd'The, Iiggetst school tablet.nyou ever
Jgs.kiune'.' Sanaitariumn. I. l~.an ":t irn a ni.-khlat liarneeM Novelty8Store.
whbr, lre I hai li*e.i slpendiiK J 'lig .e ,. I|" 'ailer has rented a ni.,e roomni
T Tih bha.-tior Las iiw'il of. I. Li,.. Kl-itel iors smoth of Atlantic
tl.natld sinei. -. was Ih i t i.- .hIwk. :aiinI has estalili-h1i.d him .-lf iu tlhe
lllB .Iior 'nia.jinlg lb usinsis.
tralnlnmi g l Ita.in ,ry % ill pi: iI I. Ik, 1'.al-k'. ts. ,Iluket' .s nl ba gs of all
hiVWing ltrti'-s on %ery .-I.>it nlsinl. foir lhini at Ilamn.' Novelty Store.
S.. Suiiith ll :ii \\ ife andl MisasJacobus.
Mrs. E. E. .Stnrkoey -ian l.io I'...-l.Lill. N. '.. have arrived in the city,
to Chiicao itand frin lah.li-m .,im l ill I., lhlwatted at Mrs. Colenian's,
tll., their f.rniie'r heoi,. No irth Isia li.h. for the winter.
interest dea mn hir -.. Dais iy cloth froIN lk to 12%v lper
Wli" a time at le.-t. Tlir 'i ali t t, fr .
sY1oo tao ee tlhuiei h:n, k on
O1i a lSt. NI. h'Inmisty. wife anld children caine
ii Swsheat breal at tIl ir.in- ,t i lndi,.ili' lie, rn.r Ridge-
every day. I a io l-'irst avenue. is nearing con-
a lrst. Erdw White aind sol si have' ,iletion.l.
So a few days"* .rui. ,n tt. l"a Stylish. neat fitting. nobby skirts
wl ate'rs. principally t .l haill- and shirt twvaists. all sizes, shades anod
a, here thely f i uli 6-11'it:f li prices at Mooine Bros.
tiful. They we're down in n
the Brooklyn,a l I t. ll n i. ll kland ison, lBr. C. L,. Bell, of
pt vhe w .el. llHartforil ('ity. Ind.. were down on the
louaglas inds her d lagIiln ishin.ig and hunting this week.
bsinlse iwrne ing to sl>h as The'y vrct tlh:ir share, consideringg the
-extet that she has eingied Vi'we.atlh-r we have, had.
ar.tistiedrwelmaker. With tlM' 1 F'or tihe swel'let line- of neckwear
of Mism Cain. of Virgitiia. slie so. t-I- ll li.'.
pgeaiutd to pcllt tile* d,.nman"ls Major Pellett gave utterance to a few
lty and satisfaetorily. i remarks last night not found in the
It e new style .cal.-ldirs oni eate-hisms. Jinm Mitchell. of color, ap-
at Harrni' Photo Studio. pr.,priante the Major's wheel and rode
ar_# mite ofrons over t~. (o-lr IT o l'averus and forgot to return.
o i.2 Parmacy will be ou.cupied liv ldAll iithe latest novelties in fall hats
Min. W. Maxwell Hankins, Mrs. at thl. Gilot.e.
W. Haakint and oll. Misses Mayoi (i. .%1. Wallace and wife, of
HllakinsMand AnnieSiueCubhisillde,. i,-n,,imid. w.re in tlie city Tuesday. At
ll party, excepting Mr. Hlankints. whio th, it,;I.te-News office he produced
wideed theia, arrived Tueslay. sulii..ie.nt -ollateral to have his subaerip-
SPked R ansl at h Io irt tilon llatei put forward a year, and did
.tg e DakrO., atiler del.ils oflcharityalhout town. May
V lake4his sl-,hw .1.ailargr'.
nhe macny friend of Dr. auln MAlrs. I.'. II.
ngilitna areglad to se tlmni in iaIy- h iSwell hats for heads unswolen,
ilagain and for the assnli-anr. thit il, st an114 lah-test. llats not heads, at
are to he llermanently ,nettle hlien. Moorn GBr.is.
are tablishing thleni.tlves in atuif- I (,.orge' K. silvernail is building a new
arr and willetme IhleIleintios.' iick.in e.o-q, onl stilt,"---aysthe wild cats
LaFtor's boat, now on LIke. Worit. ,iltl hlive i no mare bhi chickens. While
it_- llell.Clat.opicin. at |'larks n t. I m m
ti0. ,vat.t.liu'hin sweetens, the hael)mbone
jile111to Urk. opt'ica n. at I Iark's Illenrisl.tt anld hle 'possum and sweet
mtion work. Nioatfany priea 4.4fatten. tle will cat will thrive,
M ltion work. lowv'ver high the chicken may roost.


* Palmnetto Club. of whi-h lnI
ik Potter Inpredlent. held their
-mastiag of the season ThIumrsdaiy.
b" haa jet ieceiwed an e-telten
.-egIt of Mrs. Hoo-ne tof Pitits
1 ltoaa. The Gia&tte-Ness has
rt the disputal of the Clhu for
aile)tb intermt from time tio tiiiie.
1 ny artiles for Chliristias at
iilallia millinery 5tor..
b abl Board held a nweting Moli-
aud talked over matters n'la-
00 Daytona's needs. They have,
lto build an additional nmeitmationi
l order to maee't tlw e-onstanitly
ilrz demand. It is ner41cle.ss to
kat in adding more rnooi tbhey
the addition ofotlhers from
; they have doulbtles.- 'al
ph. p of the quewtitmn.
m 8k at T-Pot (.rowee*
P. boys held an election t
mes tieg Tuesday e
sibuwg wesulmt: C. C.. J. II.
V. C., B. N. Stevens: Prel.. A.
S. at A., S. W. O'Brien: K.
M. of F., A. I. Shanks: M.
blghami. Jr. Grand I lJAmX1
v H. D. Brown and C. L.
A. H. Carter. W. Her-
F. Rough.
toexamine (eo. H. Clark's
aemita.h and souvenir goItst
h ay etlewhere.
pleaireof thw reporter to
with Mr. and Mrl. W. W.
afghlt. Among the de-
Sor the rereeling of the
werechoice golden oranges.
from the vines in their
Oa the Lagoon. Music.
and ragtime, was picked
banjo and guitar 1y
mad Ellenwood.

Sn ap O towe.
Du- ma-er. Apply at
'Mill nery Store. Beachm


'(I*1 an11d sw Moore Bros.' heavy
tll,v' lined underwear at 3.1k per gar-
inment. 7T.'- r suit.
'L .i. a tn Mrs. ('. II. Joner. now travel-
ing t ili.idl. arn- expected in lDaytona in
liir,-i fr lmh.. ihristnias holidays. They
will imak- a lriotra-'ted visit to their
Il;imghit.r. Mrs. .I. 1). Maley. on Cedar
;nli IPalmiiettot avenues. Col. Jones is
n-q-irziieidl thl-oIugIhout thie country as
miN ofilm in most brilliant newspaper
writers inimerica Ioasts. After making
itlie 'Tin.s-I nion known far and wide he
went tio tli, St. Louis Republic and later
to t hle N.V\\ York WiorIl as editor-in-chief.

Tale NMotice.
nhi. of tIhe largest and finest stocks of'
gioil, ever wen in Daytona has just
b,-n ,oie-ned, up at Geo. U. Clark's Jew-
eiry. Stationerry and Novelty Store.




Asthma


"One of my daughters bad a
Terrible case or asthma. We tried
almost everything, but without re-
lied. We then tried Ayer's Cerry
Pectoral, and three and one-hal
btontes cared her."-Emma Jane
EBammiuger, Langsville. 0.

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
certainly cures many cases
of asthma.
And it cures bronchitis,
hoarseness, weak lungs,
whooping cough, croup,
winter coughs, night
coughs, and hard colds.
twfresi 2gn ..Sc.. U. AM* 6

CAMmit ynar docto. Itfheoelo
th do as he emys. Ithe MRM
to tallke it. them ib m, -*k ta IAm
Liii iit ith hiL.W are WI.ft-


aMr ad iMan, Mg ig lla ow eo-
fostaby located over Mooea Brom.
Prine l a, theOrmoUdHoetlbost,
is on Petepher's wayaundlgwlg M irm
Fishing is superb now, and Ite strings
are being caught daily, both f mn the
Halifax ad from the ocean.
Mrs. J. M. Jones and Mrs. Harriet
Willaume visited with MisMMildred Wat.
son, at Ormoud, on Tuesday.
Mr. a J. L. Wil and Mira
Archer, of New Rochelle, N. Y., are at
Dr. Brunwh's cottage on First avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Frank, of Hast-
in Minn., have arrived for the season,
and occupy a suite of rooms over Moore
Bros.' store.
SilaldiesH don't sit and hold your
hands evening amnd in-lement days. Go
to Mooren Bnh and get his knitting and
e'rcelht yarns.


Good Health

and ure blood m liMn IX
Poor blood allw the body to lege
vitality a = a poor sa =udr a
boiler o th eam to f- dw*.
From poor blood to impuaq Meed litat
a step, and impure bI ued hwther o a
lamirgAeofboM t Dr.
Hart xs Iron NO a W a-liil i
both poor ad. .ipm blid, la ft li
both a builder and.w _si-- alEd
and a medicine. It to the 1b mbl-
nation of the kind kow to mdhal
science, and its ucms. fr reety IaMI
a century has led to its mihameMt by
thousands of medical who hao
been unable to find a sulbsttus.W



Dr. Harter's


Iron Tonic


-- ..... ...... .. wl nsum e o0u ast ta in mvi __ _
South Ridgewxood. from impure blod Mal,
Geo. H. Foote is having somil, roeval fem ew @ a a. a
few of them: but tbe postM
sport angling thwesedays. The last eatiah Idanger.bis theme sabeews
the reporter saw him bring in unilie..ire'l system which s e ds p W
67 and they were fine ones. The following Is omly me of e d asi m
testimonials we have remove:
@.The Gramling Bakery have "1 line .Detroit.],* l, .
of home made candies, nuts andl f ruits. I commeneed unmln Dr. arf' 1a m 11fa1 1
when prtitea a frm Na l oaaghMbli-
tim. After umlgw turm a tees ai imse a1
A cardto Gei. II. Fooite st.i- -'sie '-- t isdiseaseweore_. -am=3nlamai-am-im y
hend fishing is fine now fruiom th -ioi.' N As blood purife Dr. I aSIM al
Slmyrna bridge. Mr. Foote w oilhl li!..I .i no. equalamIsa 1smmen
go down were he not unnkjung soii. iii'. fatige. rbeumatism. atd em
tchno ntloear home. ti sedi.ti onsL.- -.u-
entehles nearer hone. ishe blood."mad

C. G. Burgoyne has purc.ha-eio the Itno (, ..mi..ateta t l__-h- -.
Stewart cottages just south if hisi.. I.-ie .
street residence. Thie cottages are to I,, is. a NeJIM m'.am o
removed and his lawn extended ion tlinh. w uie S inm p
south to the limit of his south line ubstittte-tsie Dr. LEarutr
1 Made end_.
Ni"Pillow cases and sheets~, rii *- THE D. HARTE 11ED01 11P14
low a tihe lowest.and outing tlhiii.la mk"aofiUIit 10`11111 6i1 aru,
from 3Y' to 10' per yard at Motor I,',i., ,- d ihuv vit Das.e h. ar.'
L. B. Knox and son, of Bulow. il Ti
therGasette-News an apprsiatedl -:ill THE POSTS O DECKR.
Thursday. Mr. Knox's grove is at siit -h
worth seeing. He thinks it will yielin 'lm'ih ,-i. if I'. (. lost, Helen Wilmans-
him 800 to 1000 hoxes of oliiang'Is ai lho I',- atiii In'. CF. Iturginan comes up this
season. oiinthii ill tlhe Unit'd States Court at
I .i.lsoiu, ille. The case is attracting
a"rBe ready for the nor'westeri lhN,- ii.,,,ii'.sal iniiurest and reports from it
blankets in cotton fabric from In, toa \\v ill lI. n;vaiiil..d daily by people through-
$2.50 at Moore Bros.: also woolnv at *ii ciltli co,,,trv.
*2.75 to $6 and $7. ,',.' nit de'Visioni from the Suprenme
The loInl caught this fragino,.ni of .t.i- "~iitI I.nc.h inay have a bearing upon
versation between a winter visilior till Ilb' s-' if t, l'- costs at their hearing
Mr. Dillingham: Tourist: I--n nI y jli.% .- this 1a11.'n1h.
went this will I.e a nre.-orl-lbreaki, L .n. ~.o'-t "li'. '-' o'etlv a l uolin in dWath-
mon; I hear of leilil' i'elomiiiag frin 'll, i 'tim ,ll% oi'r o,'uurt of last resort deals
,ti has." viltl oiit lr. KDelley. of the State of
.N.,;%i%-li. wito wIas running a "school of
Oscar Michael is just finishing n 'ipav tii inti'ic h'aliig.'" Tihe postotflce de-
mient of marl, covered with ., iiiiina;iariintlii otiit'llnded that the business
shell. The new pavement is ill front (of \\%I.- inoit ia hIgal one and the une of the
property of H. F. Stewart.I. 1.. l(eliiin. i ail]> \iv.es denied Kelley. He brought
Mason & Wall ('o., W. W. Aistin aiiIl -niii h iiliw Iniiitedl States Court to enjoin
W. H. Jones. alt ilo liairtient from interference with
ii- i ilail lil l tlie' case going against him
lin vf youMr eyes troublelo' youcn ostil aS I.' l. ii'ioit tt he Ii Supreme Court where
S iprcticl eye specialist. Ii hat those who believe in
Mre. L. F. Rice, one of tfli. most itil' iig;iil'i, h'liling are at liberty to
lectual women on the East iCoast. lwho ,1noiti it ;mliau pay for it.
has resided in Jacksonvile. flr -v.ri.ial N v \\li.-thil.i thlie case of tlhe Posto
years past, has gone down to Tit uivill.' i iilil.ir .reilnains to lae aeen. If the
to make her future home. Mrs. Itih- is I itit.,l Stiates Court turns them down
the mother of MrsP. F. iici>.uof ii. thyt iili arI al to the Supreme Court of
city. ', Il iiil.
S'clI. I',,h lhas ree'tntly nuade a Stroke.
li"Mrs. E. (. Harris. will 1iv1'.o i '-I Io,, t t, a oltiot n gold bearing land
hibjtion of her Iainiitig on eD. o >o*ol tI W ,ilt, i .Noith Ci.Lrolinia, offered it in stock
neday ne'xt. at tlhe Phuoato Stiilit .T-iitl niots, cii the dollar, and it went
exhibit will I. ani exl.eldingly itii .'.-iinl lk, ,, it .iak,.e. $10.110i worth being
one and well wortli g oing it) -. "" snalal>,. 111, in ten days. He is now sur-
anll get so thing fronl ii ,- ,,, h i .i,0 i |,, ili t h rentoving the timber,
that would delight adistili fri,..ilil..i .I t io ,,,l i.;aiting tlw latest and best
Christmas. 1 lt o1il-cif sOf-a rating the pilrtWious metal
J. B. Moore and sont aIun-,u' n llhiiai l 0 11i, tii l h. dross.'r..
Messrs. L. H. Rol.hbjns. id E. T. T c liitiol. sit.oihl it I t I t'l, ls ,,mne clear. a straws
havegone dtoiwn te Mr. Mo,,or.'- hil,,,. iiio-,.'. Ilh'.v stand in a itohion tto not
near time Iliglon '. Casl.h W'inil.." Th,, ,nl. ri'll,. -ill thl t ev he ave recently lost
Gazwtte-News is not llu t li riz..Il I, lii .iL, ilot ali ii en,-lil-, ti tel fortune they
the staten'ielt lilut itss lli t.- h, rli., l-.h iI ..l1-,'l.I
siliility of sivying tha1it liao.- \\;1iinil


duck, fish, deer. l.;iar waol imtk. to.1
leave orders at Co('nrald -.


PALMETTO CLUB MEETING.

Notwithstandinar tlhe in miii nliiont \\i .tli
ern almnt forty mu nile'rs t ila l'.,lin..it t
lOub ind a nunilm r of guIi-tl- .'.-. .I.l.I


a-r,' A .w ipi for iiineliedy. anybody.
,,,,, It'to-. have $ .1.104K) worth of mens'
.ii0l 1l I\-' clothing. personally bought
li.t l fr iii lln ii manufacturers, choice,
-t~im<. lip-ti--diathe' gods, which they
hI.o .I,'. il0t',I to se'll t11 actual cost to
, I 1.. n00i. Th'iy have concluded to give
thi- i.' Ilit i ot;i'rs and enlarge in other
Iu-. i. got a -nuit and tell Moore you


At tle hlub rlooui Tiur-l.niy. fr f l, h h in -i j .ol in l ,'I I.aztte,-Ne s.
mneeting ofi the season. l- -
After roll e'all the pr' side' il i-- Ail ..!.o
Potter. delivered a short nmilr''.- in 1 i, 1 TIDE TABLE*.
she spoke of tlhe wov rk aiul i-iili li- \\.'k I.-iniiing Dec. 7, 1102.
of thie .lub for thm. 'uaniiig yIr;i. ii- TicE.
Mirs Potter then ro-ni. n lt l- itr-i a.. p.m.
M rs. ti. 11. h e..n, pr1s1' tiiliini ilr' I,,' Si i. i siI ..............................12 oM -
with a fine new pitino. ,1 o M l.d .............................12:37 12: 57
M rs. luiston made tnt ;i.kn ,\,s l .-, T i.. l:i\ ............................ 1::35 1:55
went of tle gift jii a very\''' halii \ 1 \V'li..i, saiy....................... 2:33 2: 34
.M iss Rolbinisoun l amd 11 \I ... l "'hTi r, l;s :............................ 3:1 1 3::52
favored the ladies with i n'l t i' i .. ........... ......... .... 4:27 4:49
piano which was a grat pl i nr t it .. .......................... 3:20 3:44
As our delegate t ho tih Sixlth Iti.tnil oit L O IE.
of the Wonmens' Clubs fiil.l ito -'.iI l tr Siit l~ ............................. 5::~38 6:15
report of thle work don,u a it 1 I..- \,I., l do ,,nit \ ............................. 6:40 7:09
in May, a report l. y Miriaiin 1 i- ,i. .\ .......................... 7:44 :05
Grveleyin Piersons' Magazil.' r \ \\,.,I i.. ................. ............ :49 :02
emiiber was read by M Nrs. Niv,,i. lriii- ly.......................... I:50 9:59
A brief -e w and aft'rnooii i :,i,: ............................. 10:47 10:5
lowest, after which there a- -i -- ii .l ..........................11:42 11:48
n eting at which f l i...........................
meeting at which the holh,\\ ili, l. ,i.. ..
were elected ton ibeTrslil: M-. oil.
Mrs. Seelye and Miss hlielr-,oin. :i ... LaUach Columbia.
create menibers: aundi Mrs. Ra i.,I i iT I:munnlii.h Columbia is running to
Ludwig. Mrs. Seamantis ainl I i- l.i. I'iine' 'riPak and New Smyrna Mondays.
Dayton, active meml.'r-. t W.dlnisdi.ays and Fridays. leaving the
With a short discussion of in.a r- of North llridge at 8:43 a.m.. and touch-
minor importance. the imtc.tinl ailji i-u ilniz at iran l Atlantic dock and South
ed. The next nwetinir will !o.' i wll 0.1 l'mri]r,' el-raw'. Leaves New Smyrna oh
December I5. i t r.ttlirn trip at 2:00 p. nm.


-J. ylerI, -- P1ck Block.
I Mil who huebeen on the sick list,

WrTry Mi' oyster fry.
O@eola Tribe 1.0 .IL M. made Station
AgIetJibb a fuhill blooded Indian Wed-
needay night.
The Gramling Bakery has laid in at
,Pp.Y_ of coal and hereafter will blurn
"tranmuted smushine."
Mis Foote went to DeLand yestenlav
foravjsit with her sister. Mi Louise.
who is at 8tetAon University.
TB change of weather yesterday .as
a grateful relief from the rain aiinl I-eavy.
atmosphere of the past few days.
The city bid in a horse that wMS iim-
pounded last week, before tlhe. M:yor's
Court. The city now offers th-e. ho,'-A'. t
private sale.
Mrs. M. E. Dryer, of Ro-hester. N. Y..
is in the city for the easmo. wi*hi plh.is-
ant anartmentM with W l ..i.rli ....


.ri.The Gramling lIakery is pIrelired
to make cakes for parties and reeliotins
on short notti'e.


UBRART ENTERTAINMENT.

Much intiernst is I,-ing arousel inl the
entertainment to )le giveti t le 11th,
Thurmlay next, lIy hole talent in the
interest of tite piulli," and public shool
libraries. Eslm-eial attention is leing
given to the stagiilg and li istuning.
Th selec -tioin fr. 11 Floradora. "Tell
Me, Pretty Ma.iiden." will I.- thle feature
of theeve.ning. It will l Iy I aytona's
favorite artists.
A New Year's DI)rean is a dainty little
one-act sketch with a numoral. I 'onsider-
able attention is Ixiig given, ti) tIhe stage
setting andi iestumesl for this.
The1 children's iuniumll-rs ar always
pleasing. if ',couirs'. Iti rllil er tie late.

@1.lt's aliout timlie to link of having
your liouse fixed Uill. K i t & (winneli
an- artistA in pii iitii.g 1anld paiiler-hang-ii
ng-liesth r ilisnlllt thillil.


MR. WALL OFF FOR HAVANA.

Robt. I. Wall, I'nesidlent aind generall
Manager of thie S:ant.' I".'L Lani('ominpany,
with office in ilavaina;. lI'u. left yester-
day for a few weeks illn Havana, and the
Isle of lines.
Mr. Wall Ihas soldl tow aidl lh.se"dl l
one deal inv ldvitl I-.1 .II .Irs,. aitil isn
now engaged iin a.iot h,,ir" dl:l iivolviing
ai similar ;iinolint.
He will return alomiut tli, hlidlays and
accompany his faillily tlo Iltvana for
thle winter.

i Try our Itoynl Sn1ak, .' 5 ient .igar;
made in )aytounai, Fla.
WV. T. I.nIustn A ,o..



A Good Hearted

Man,

or in other words, men with
good sound hearts, are not very
numerous. The increasing
number of sudden deaths from
heart disease
daily chron-
icled by the
press, is proof
of the alarm-
ing preva-
lence of this
dangerous
complaint,
andasnoone
,;an foretell
just when a
fatal collapse J. A. Kmame,.
will occur, the danger of neg-
lecting treatment is certainly a
very risky matter. If you are
short of breath, have pain in
left side, smothering spells, aal-
pitation unable to lie on side,
especially the left, you should
ben-i taking

Mr.iS' Heart Cure.
J. A. Kreamerof ArkusasCity, Kans.,
says: I k yoeart was so bad it was im.
phs bible 1fr me to lie down. and Iceuld
.eitlfer sleep n or rest y dech. wys
rapid, andI realized I m ust get p
soo [ I was advised toti Dr. lt
PIart Cue, which Idid and caily
believe itsavedmy life."
Dr. L I* M e'eor md oes ao seild
t oll del'alnstat o* f 1arantee.o
o;. Mles Medial Co., Elkhaot,Ind.

Notice of Guardianship sale.
Bo'lt kntedof rt (l il l 'Ahahlll it t Iha i i zt'I rl
tha*t Ont the faurt ..n i daii' f.hu "y A.n i.
1nl5. 1 as mlcurdlin oif :h;. niltr-. Monry .\.
and Gracu f nil[ uItl l'. '. t ihi' U. ,trt
J. lee Mweory am- Count ldne0. for au-
thority 4o al1 fh,' iflLr ',t, u "i tiinor In

e;.%i thlrty-nl. of tih r.,or division if ti' nnor ii pnrt of t he Thomas
Fitch (rint. a nl in ,i i sii 1. t even,
tw of the
recortbol LyIman Mulrdok hi llvlslon of
lot one, *..'lloj tlairt .l-lv'. tiwnsllhp four-
teen, south of rair:', thirty-two. cast. ]
MIRIAM BYNE. |
December ; 1'".r. I\c. ,i-f4t '


l a i l F E.

Wednesday aight about 11-80 o'clock
Ed. MeQueen diseovred E. H. Pardy's
house on fire, and immediately started
an alarm, but it had reached euch bhead-
way that nothing could be done to stay
the devouring flames.
Mr. Purdy had rented the house to
some people from the north who were
expected in a day or two to occupy it,
and it had just been put in readiness for
their reception.
Mrs. Purdy was (-cupying a cottage
two doors west, and Mr. Purdy, the re-
porter was told, had been on the penin-
sula and was returning when he haw the
flAe. He was to sleep there that night
and a lamp had been left hiurning for his
benefit.
The origin of the tire is unknown.
The property was insln,'dl in the Hart-
ford through the Bingham agency for
$3,000.
The house was a well built and splen-
didly furnished one and the loh is con-
sideralle. The hlo, aside from the in-
trineic value of the house antd furniture,
embraced many valuable relics, curios
and bric-a-brac, highly prized. It was
at the monthern terminus of Palmetto
avenue.


.Nlost of tIhe'l lit tatg 'es ren*' n 'ted. and it
is Io'gilimii g to loo k oino\'wli;aIt lively
in our \villl.ig..
Mrs. Freeman and soin Perty are here
for a short while. until tlheirt i'ottige is
io't pll itel a 1 ;|11 4ioOhilll.
liss I'h e'lx. Kiilc'.-l is- ll holin0 a:glaill
iiflter si-lilnlilin l. .1-1ng iie iii il'n.r it MAlt.
lhl.' ilas lt. N. II. iin! olihtr im lto;4 -s.

John (ithu lai\ih 0i1 ;ill ;int tinek iof
paralysis Frriilan\ moiiiiii. aind .as it is
the se41ond )14kstrok vry lvlit I.l ho. is eln-
tertalilimul lor lli Ii' oveiy.
llev. ..Jainaris Sliint raoii l.14l i lolii.hlelliitli-
41;y revle'ic; aon Tlea i<'.i ;it his hoInc onil
the 'llalif.nI Ill' % .; '4 '111.t -I \\ii. aiindl
his little' rlaiiil- ius Iw%% yIe0 rs oV1li4l.
.miion g ilIois e ho l i.ji.li .Iae-k-oaiiville
list % \\4'wk \vi re lhe Misse-.. -hl Il i-'llke.
lit lh l l"roini is ;ianl1 .1 iilri0.,l W ;iloiltn. M.irs.
Ilhi?.. I 'orIN' 1ain1l -nill. W illih. ..tniin'ms St;in-
ten 1inmd 1I."1. linmann.
I'earl Maxion and le\. e Ituthl r at-
tended the Y. I'. S. C. I'. ionvlntion at
eLaLndl last week amin report a good
tneetiing. Tlie delegates w're l'1voyially en-
tertainetd ly thIe KiLatnald i.ioile.
Tl'h re will IN ,.iiv'n aii i lh' \. I. A.
rt'mllls next Thiursl.i y ev',limiin. ;1 New
:nghland si liI-r. Tliit is y'voi!- thaince to
geqt i good sgP1 i4i|'-r 1at v'vry litl. e st(: also)
hellp Ihl' gixi viwork eof ih' a ss iaLtieiin.


for Sale -60 Acres on Tomelka.
Twenty w ;>etin's underhi liog-1rif wire
fence: fain' lmildings; Ill aires oak and
line land. Will IN- s4il, .ilap. .Apply
tol X. icare I of Gazel'te,-NXv-ws.


For Sale at a Bargaian.
Tihe I, io sw.i, o1 f <, o( f >S<. f :1. Twp.
IS. Soeta Itih laige .', 1:.. ,o.itnainintg 20
a.n's. I.ingn aluot nmileim north of Oak
iHill sta titian n Io'. I. nIt. Ti. atove
'conailins a:l'tii nr.i','- ofIf tli finest
i .'elerv lasil illn Iloiio l 'i. ;aul is situate
within 2'n,' ya'is of o i ,ll'in;agie (aial
now iin use. which \\iuonl thrliorughly
drain tl' inimck lamin.s at aill stasions of
the year. Titilo rM'f't. t 'Price $450.
iTiluire of 1-w. l'it -7i,'r;ihl. la.iytonn.
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wN Cfdui. Wine oyw Caywoim
m nervous women who have
doctisors d menses, falling to benefithe
wonymb, ovarian trlive or bowel di



curedthourds Blof ack-es w
doctors have failed to benefit. Wh
ot bin to get well today?
drugsts have $1.00 bottles. For
= any40 liver or bowel disor-
der The ford's Black-Draught
should be used.
For advierot a lmtiiT6n m iVlTIr
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NEWS FROM ORMOND.

Mr. J. A. Kiioltm i in a;nil f;iily arrived
Momln ay.
RAv. (liha. Iinghain Ipre'-led .a fine
wrrmon to our J')oplhi on last Suinday.
Frled Elswortih is iout :again, afti.r I-,ing
,'iftii4il nt hI.OI' six or eightt wv-.ks with
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TI MUTN AETTE-4EWS.
PdAl-w Every Saturday.

BDW. FITZGERALD, PrBIASHER.


abmhriptd $1.50 per Year in Advance.
biding lotices toe per Line Each Time.

Eatend at the Postoffe-e at l)a tolina.
Florida, as Speond Clia. Matt.er.

Saturday. lk i.. ;. lM"2.


TO PATRONS AND FRIENDS.

With this issue, as will IN. s-ei. wv
change from a seven--.olssumn f.li, to a
si -colunm quarto. W'e make' tlhis in-
nounceemet with pleasure' and. w%' riist.
pardonable pride. The steady growth
of our slbseriptioni lit aiid t he ge i inal
itcreame of our aduertiing ipatro liag
not only reader this tenilairteliiut |IIS-
sble but imperative as well.
Our enlargement and chang. oi f orni
enale us to maiiLk.lai' t;. iiimpro -i\ iItitsl
v hi-h we lteli-.ve will Ie .gratii.k iin. to
our patrons. A *uis 'y o gla.lcei- ;>t *.i'"
column will sl.t w a g.i ,rz.al I,' .,ii-'l r';
tion and %.rte'iiatiilzing nil. ; prii'r
heads.I
We realize Jully that \% h.t,.,i -ii,,-..-
we achiet. must oiui. thrisii;h ,i iit,
and as suei.u -Ir<>\Ins- 0i1ur tl'ul ti- we
propose to takei!lvtan< l t-|l.-lls. l.i'. tonna
is surging to th. for.e with 1 Iliissu--
stidile and it is ll. :namlit i mi f h .' i
UGatite-New to kI,'," ahirlir.m.t ,l i,".
protieionl; to girW %ith l I.l.'n' ,


THE LOCAL


NIS UAT.


It is the time-honored ,iitom among
editors in assuming editorial statoM to
make a confession of faith and give a
fon-. aIt of their work. Were returning
to I aYvtona in the capacity of editor-in-
chii.f .f tlhe naette-News I should make
no i.!.pirture from the beaten path, but
sit,.', I am simply an editorial adjunct to
Editor Fitzgerald for the "rush season"
only. a gracious public will pardon my
imlisi.ion of a stereotyped "salutation."
.A few plain statements of facts in this
. .nim.'tion may not be amiss; the editor
I I, i sure will heartily concurand touch-
ini- tiw' public interest and conscience I
t ru-t I may strike a responsive chord.
T'lw Giaette-Newe in now entering upon
t h.. third year under its present manage-
miiit; it is lustier and better equipped in
,-.%.ry way to nerve the public than it ever
%%:i. 4I fore Its recent addition of new
lyi -..,etc.. and its more recent acquisi-
t i,- of an improved cylinder press equip
ii for broader fields of usefulnets. and
I :A1 tim:ia and environi pllr.-elit thal
l.- A:ulelr field.


%\lien I say that Daytona is the'
1iu:Aintest, the prettiest and most popu.
L.or little city in all Florida, that sbe
oil. rs liure diversions for the pleasui'-
-'.-ker than found elsewhere in the State
I si-wak unqualitledly and without fear
,of s.Ui.iessfiul contradiction .
S)aytona's growth has been uniformly
-I.-:uIly and healthful; she never had a
In..I ~1. doesn't want one. Her proximity


growth; to be. if ., iI pl.la.. a I ,, t t gri.and old ocean with its broad,
layttAIa andl l:i to.iinii. ,..,. smooth wbeah, to the beautiful
As will b ,e ,olrs .-,l I .i .%, a: ,. II lifix. ,,.r accessibility, her charns of
our columns we. ar nor litii,, .,ur ,,:),.aip, lher- nagnifl'enee of vegetable
work to the iiniidia1i1it.- 11i i O .. ,>ii. IM .i Lii. tihe intrin k' beauty of sea, of
city but we ea'ompt-si all It i-lat.ry .-.. of forest., with the artificial beauty
territory. In ti.N fIit.mI:-. i ihn ail past. ," ,,tai;tvges, hotels, bridges, pavilions,
we shall pursue th,. l t .al i.mulI. ... ..% n I, r-. .t ;..terta, make her a veritable
volumes for a fri dii .si...',I *i aill ilu..s ,.i i.,.


tions of pubik- itr-.
Advertipwrti %%.IIIamAta u;1ii-'. ii a h.
fact that we' ihmamar. dliu sulo.i.'ua at l.a-
as frreiuentl3 mttsir,-41 kie lt tii, wi *cr too, I
wak-e tik-ii .a46.. !i-i.-:i'


I ,l':.' nothing disparageingly tosay o
8: .\Ai O-tim.. of Palm Beach. of Talla-
iii ,s't'. of Taimpn; they havetheircharnmi
;, I I lihir ,nthliusiasts: may their c-ups of


copy mistl I.. in It \',di ili.'- i i.nil. reader, (if there be a reader of
T h e t h tf t t ,. ,.%.% s v w ill !oe fo ,n I ,n li I
.iuag t tag .o k- *fll IiI.- ,tltl i ilith.=i pardon a little digrenmion: Two
Florida. i ao I was in Atlanta, enroute to
r e l .\t ili. I "'fell in" with a large party
At li. in I .ito Florida for the first time. Of
I l .,;rsl l ~ Sanwg IDaytona's praises. 1
t lt, th, I, ( > t I had convinced then that ours
at'ral'etdy ni-tlur .1. hi.>\\,-..,-. t r th-.
launar eidyn a :l. d II l sl i l l \\ .i- til-t city to visit above all. I'll lit

S\\'>i\rl'iss 1 r Jet sth. de anr : -,-f.l h\ liking individual frum St.

the i tt r1'cith.lnurg. lie. was wathy, eluailated.
Wen tegthator 4 I iliii1tit n havirouns. lut loquacious, niy! He

onu..I i madailI yavtona look like a little
conmmunication-, : ru. rii, il-T I ,. 11 i l. -i ,
C tW tI It ii ., .ld 1 iinutct.rfeit pi.wter penny longl
com ee to w ird tl .;la i ,,i ilih. \' .
Til of a twenty dollar gold piece, spark-,
Thankiugouir |i:tti,,ii t h.ii.n lil>,,,ril
Increase of pt atr e 1 l l- amf. ut' iii lillin fri-omi th-' mint. The delegation went
Iany enr our.tiauna e p-, i ria -i -St. P'etersburng with a hurrah. Early
aEiny eni ouragiiig 4.4pi...i.>ni> ,,f ,,,,,l
wil we iit Ma riih I .cun'oiteed thelm on Ridge-
wll we coli-it a ontlliint atia,> i.' -1-. L,
extentasr.itit0.1 itih lnit thr*e days left for Daly-
Itmn.a. rThe'y backed up to nweas onte an
t, I. ki ke',I. If I lset'm a little fulmina-
With this u iMi, e I. 1 I' c 11ma*,. -s a%-iiii lmiig i t l o iiiparisotin if 1 seemi a little
his duti as.-ity ,.dll.i I t li, i ;., ,i, ii .linl,,Il i t o o-is iilqueta at Daytona.
News. Mr. Ilemar',-nil,-- .- 1, ini ,.i i,- ii il-liit ,it. please, to experiences such
Uton to the iop.- ,i I, t,. ..i ,i I .i lh.. lin.- just given.
Florida journalism. .,., ........... i ...... .. i


The rackerr" as well as tH,' toii ist
can now read thIe ITiai-1 i'-iii ;d.
Citizen. A swwee-ping ir.dii. ti.. hl.- I.. ,,
announced in stiubs,. ,rii i aiie- Ii lu i;nlir
them down within tl..- inal, i ,,o ill.
With the popular rates niam.ial iI,. ,ir-
culation of theT-I A '. oiuhi. l ,,to ell,..
heradvertising tr-bble,. :;lI .r ia -.-it!-
eow and intlielluen .\,.iit i,, ,> hiin|,
success to Florida' gmr.-at ,st iinl ,lmln|


BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA.


-.nta, t I %%ith Daytonlans for twelve
.\,;lI- past that tlmey are as Ibr,'oad-
itiih.mi,,. lii-ral, enterplrising citizens as-
l i tu u uiiiuilnwcalth botists. gentlenieli Iby
bIirti and sm ola'rs by credentials; broadly
a lilii.'i.tl in t heir religious views, not
i'111 i bliinded partisans as to vote for
.t;il we'eIt hle their party nominee. cotn-
S-'sa.tive atnd practical in every day
' .in,-m.-ss affairs. Viewing ilaytona and
I i:i l.oniaiis in this light the JGazette-
Ni'\\-; i diarded the erstwhile knee
Ibru-iui,..I for the full length trousers andi
-aitii,,i'-o,-it a determination to stand
I hs it I a cill ia oili*Lndr t.i *shokiuldir atittlinir


There is not a nlimeir atiful 't. fr ,. right. promoting the city's in-
On this great elrt h of ours
Than Florida. with its .,i'iife ,, Mild.l tr,",-ts. I feel justified in saying that
II beautiful Ibirds anli lh. a .-vi11i shall have all the important current
Nerly all tlie days. ilni l., itI,.tl I "i,.-w fresh from the cylinder, clothed in
Ae cloudless, sini and l.arilht i-lain. eve.rvday Englishl garb. Tler'
And who is not with raptaltr til!,-,l. t ill Iopersoualpleemantries,intereipersed
On a Florida noimligil ,iiiil i ith himlorous thrusts, Bso transparent
he Mu*aets are so gtroni ti,,ci. :iin, l r.iahl. as to need uno accouipanying diagraui to4
Wth wonder ulina th'ile wtt' -" !'. in.le.r thein- intelligible. The editorial
I f' l s meMs to ia ve will'i illIlhi. ,,';1mi til t ihrtann'. will e subordinated to newts.

And all too fast lit thdl th.vs i\ ill i brief and to the point, no
T ri, warmsil is It. ItnzI -wintedl dissertations on the Whi--Ih.
T '1'he wa' rn soil is lc I.i t,,iti. r,. n .e ,,f thlit' l nTue
Vqetablew andl fruits that i,- a. -- "*' f tim Why and the Thusnew of
10 gMst abundai t' can lit rai--. the 'i'lvrre. not encumnered with
In Florida sunny and fair. siuleirrtlhiIlls adjectives and advertb nor
We all remember that isoo.,d ,,,ll sviin -, ki waddhle in rhetoric as not to pien'e.
"I would not lie lway;.""., I) sui it all up--and 1 might have
But who could live' in Fl'rila-. Iiththisstatment in t -
And not wish that tl.ey lliglit s"ta itd itlthtis statemN nt in tl* he-
NonTili.Kli tiiniing--the tazette-News propolet to


It is the usual e\lleriei>c.. li if,. that
the cook who maLes the e-l, t pain.aik,.- is
the one who doesn tm kc ,-. tl .


, ri\.- you value, reived whether sub -
..rSer ,or adve,'rtiser, to chainpion thm -
tI, i.. t. ,n I t toet:; aid tlw East CoasLt.
L. t. IiUAntA.r


Was. e*e*A*. 6 t64-444'4*
: Goodall Happenings.
: Personal and Pointed.
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Carpenter Williamson. late of Holly
Hill. has moved to the Collins building.
Mimp Elsie DeVores, of Greenville, Ohio,
is spending the winter at Prof. Rush's
residence on Valley street.
Dow & Wiley have started a bakery
and restaurant it, the lower fiat of the
Collins"house on Seabreeze avenue.
The Seaside Inn has just received a fine
new lot of booklets, executed intheusualu
artistic style of Osborn, the Qukik Print
man.
Mr. Morrison, the popular clerk of
Morrison's grocery is now connected
with the Brown general store of this
place.

Low- lay is under new management.
Mrs. Hurt Rogers will be in charge. Ex-
Manager Milton has taken rooms in the
John Fuquay building.

J. T. Blardford and' wife, of Ossining,
N. Y., are registered at the Seaside Inn.
Tlhy are old friends, having passed two
S:tsoni at thle Colonnades.
Mrs. C. M. Johnson, Mrs. E. Tucker
:ua.i Mrs. Alice Blanchard, from Toledo.
arin most comfortalhly sttled at the IBritt
cottagee for their % int r s mth.
A.. S. Spaia.lr enugiht a tiw. lot of
mallet front Keatings' pier on Wednet -
alay. The omean was alive with fill and
ea1fily ,"'':L L '. ;ii :h ih list ntpt.


iHerlbert \~~!,i an :ind wife left for
Palatka on. T1hul-sday. Mr. Wilson
found it iniowsilIbl<, for him to be so far
from his Ibusim.s connections with tlew
Wilson Cypres 'onimpany.
Miss Elizalbeth Howard, the stage
manageii aiind ldinretor for the Floradora
Comipalniv. i.allid on friends IAtboilt town
on Friday. distributing tickets and mak-
ing final arrangnietents for the roneert.
Smw reimorts exi lhent progress. and is
sure of a grand sii.u.-esetforinext Thlrsday
night. Thl, reserved s-t-a.ar'geo iin.r fast.



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FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
In setting out an orchard keep to
gether all trees of the same variety.
Good garden soll Is good for po
plants, but can be Improved by the ad
ditlon of leaf mold.
Weak rosebushes may often to made
to grow by giving them an occasion
watering with liquid niiiure.
One advantage with small fruit's I
that they can h,-n made to furnish la
supply long before trees conit, into bear
Ing.
In planting a itorder don't plant every
thing hii rows. A w ( if l h.llylIoctks
for instance, isn't half a:s attractive ai
Irregularly placed groups that break
the outline.
With pot platits in a general way too
little water is letter than too much
The dropping leaves indi-ating drought
are more easily remedied than yellow
leaves, the result of being kept too
wet
ln preparing pits for plants the
pieces of broken pots or crockery In the
bottom should never be omitted, as
without proper drainage the soil be-
comes sour. the plants languish and
the leaves become yellowish.

Wllllna to Be Sued.
"I once threatened to sue an old fel-
low in 'erniont for $la that he towed a
client of mnine." said a New York law-
yer, "but the threat did not seem to lm
press hint mnlch.
"'What %iLml will it do you to sult
me?' he asked.
"'It will 'vt the moiw..' I answered.
"llere ti e
and said. : if ti:it's so&. -ne' in.e for
$2V, won't ~.,1. :tnil i%. i.- the other
$10.'
"I gaile ii ,, t.p f uit' clle'ctilig that
claimn."- Ne\\ lii. 'I'liii.


"N o." 'l '. : : l IA:' l.;id il n t
spaite l ,' :of 'n. toill i'rinill. "1
have no 11 :. .,t ,ll '**r (- t.Nk, "rThe
stora i, ,.. k*-i|t >e\ .,-ii >'ly f.r
.m y w il t.'
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HOLLY HILL HAPPENINGS.

Early in the week Mrs. Carter gave an
exquisite dinner to a few friends.
On Tuesday the launch *Tomnoka'
made .her first trip of the meanon with a
party from the Breakers. whlih 'hll
*.niage-l.
I)n l'riilay last the Misses Mann de-
li4ght ifll.v ,lmittertaint d iina nmimnierof friends.
.-l.v,-rly a teld -hradres im-ing the feature
o(i tl,. eveliiig.
\\'e lihave another telephone. Memsis.
ll.*ath & lik-Linson lusving one put in
f,,r thi. .i-veniit-ence of lpartie desiring to
,-hiarte-r a launch ilp oir do iwn the river.
.rinisi'nt ,or fishing parti-s. The numlbewr
is 6. with :1 rings.


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Our Newsy Budget of
Doings at Port Orange

A lot of machinery has arrived for the
new factories.
Geo. Chamberlain and friends were in
our village Tuesday.
Miss Lois Chandler has been visiting
Miss Johnson for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver drove down from
8pabreeze Monday to call on friends.
I'. S. Robertson has launched his f ne
new yacht and is very busy rigging her.
Mrs. Milburn, Mrs. C. B. Meeker and
M is, George drove up to Daytona on
Tuesday.
K. B. Osteen and Phil Leonardy, Jr.,
of Osteen, were in town lat week, guests
of W. L. McDaniel.
Mrs. Fozzard and her niece and two
ladies 'topping at the Hotel drove up to
Daytona T'ehday morning.
Wm. John-in ihas painted his building
used by M&r. Teddar, our village butcher,
and he is surpplying us with very good
meats.
Tlhanksgi% ing was generally observed
lIere by storm' being closed and divine
service inii tle morning in the Union
Churinh ain dinner parties.
Mr. Fair has painted his residence on
Ierlbert avenue. Mrs. Fair and the
child. i -,ime home from Oak Hill to
sPend Thaiinksgiving with Mr. Fair.

Mrs. C. H. Meeker and Miss George
arrive I last week from their summer
home in Rahway, N. J., and are getting
settled for the winter in Mrs. Meeker's
Ilautiful cottage on the banks of the
Halifax. Everyone is glad to weltonie
them among us.


SHOES
Star Brand Sbosa am better
than the last you bought ifo 7o
didn't buy the Star Brand. If
you did we have no doubt you
are satisfied. We will be glad
to show you any style you ask to -.


HATS

S Our line of hate is up-to-date. We have every
new shape and style; also the

New Automobile-Yacht Cap.
We can please you.

We' ar offering the well known Silver and
ihdl lBrand Shirt and il dollars; they are
tih. very best. We always have the
very latest styl,~e.




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SOOTHING SHOPPING. I -
A Peacerfal Euporlemee at the East
orte Generalmp.. Wilsons Improved Air Tight Heaters
The exhausted shopper sank upon
Sthe Kofa. while from the open mouth C0i.S.liM s. LSS M 11i,-If
Sof h.r reversed Boston bag poured a 3 LOns.liCS lcSS tlkll Olic-hilfj
cascade of little parcel, freshly strug-. tuhe IuC l Other StOVeS N'qiuire
o gled for at the Monday bargain coun-
* terms. to llecat YourI ,(;nl. It Will
t **Oh." she cried, "why does one have irtv-ix Iours. nd
I to shop in the city? Everything Is so, j
Scurried, confused, complex. distracting i with care W uld iL'ver i and nerTve destroying! If I were only Tl'hi halter n ill hI ni Il iI s. S,.ih i iis. Illrk,
back at East Norley!e
"'Last sajimer while I was there 1 hmois o,r Crd, V1 .,nl :Ivd ia,' ilr,, heat in Iek-
had to buy a yard of dark blue ribbon, tih, :ain! n!tain loihg, I mh ilian ;y t'. ever
amid I drove over to the one store at 4ibu,',,.
tile crossroads to get it. It took some 1 1 \\ .11 SI 1:1Fel.l U1 TWo 'Al:l.u.litI
five minutes to convince the amiable 1 1 I \\ .11 .. l I
proprietor that I really wanted dark $l S'l'i IT*I'Si1; l A .1Il1'S KIN4'.
blue and could not be persuaded to mc .' -
- cept light lustead. which be consid, red Af T
more suitable and becoming to a fair
conmplexioned person of my years; he e A mL
- added reassuringly that anybody under
forty was not too young for baby blue.
"A.nother five minutes were given up ..rg::e-r-sts ***=:..@@(= .ga-
to. hIns incredulous reluctance to believe _.
that two inches wide would not do as
well as three, especially as the three
inch width had been mislaid on a top
shelf and lie would have to get a step- -T O-:DA
ladder to get it down. Several more -
minutes passed in the search for the
ladder. its laborious portage from the BARBER SHOP
celhir. its erection and repair with a
piece of twine, the braces being broken, MYv Spe ialty is to l'l. a-.:
and his final ascent to the dim and I a'iD ei it.
dusty upper region, whence the box of
wide ribbons was at length produced. A r
S "I found a shade that would do. and 1
lihe leisurely measured off a yard. fin-I M Pf '
gered it. then paused to rub a per- L
hilexed car and smile ingratiatingly. T
Fa't is.' he confided sweetly, I! 243 N. Beach St
sold the last pair of scissors In the
store just before you came In, and I've
forgotten my Jackknife. It's kind of
awkward cutting it off, but I'll man-
age somehow. I guess there's an ax
the sh Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
"He carried the silken roll away tlanticValdosta& Western Ry.
with him as he started with comforta-. "'DII' F'I YER Rt 1WTE"
ble deliberation to find the ax, which,
though the hunit for It was long and ____-
lipt vering. evidently could not be N,,. .- Stations No. 3 -
f.r u.ld, for we caught a glimpse of him I 7:-, .................. ..................I ksonvill ..........h... ....................... \r 1:5 an
it ia.t through the half open door to 11:41 -;, p Ar. ........... .......................... Vahll.,ta .................................... -I :3 s
the back shop severing the required ::;-,5 ana .r ....................................... o.011 1 ....... ....... .. ............... I 1"2:5 a- a
rd of ribbon w ith an old ch sel. 7. 5 am ..... ................. ........ la....... \t nta............................ ... .. 0
"It was all so serene, so soothIng and 1:4i! pill .\r. .. ............ .............. ................ v :1-l.0 -.
so satisfactory! I believe I shouldn't :. pin \A r...... ............................ Nashville............................... ......1. :30 a
be a w reck before New Year's every 11:1" p111 A i..... ............... ... ................Martiin.......................... ... ..... .:15
w inter if I could only do m y Christ- i ',:-,2 aiii A r ...... ....... .................. St. l.ouis................. .......-...... ..... 4v I : lt:1.5 p .
was shopping at the East Norley gen- l,':.'I anm \r Chicago iv ;. l .;
eral cmpu rium."-Youth's Companion. 2::!0 anm .A ..........................-....... Louisvil ............ ............... ..... Lv :I:0. 0 3 al K
I7 :20; ant A r........ ... .. ...... .............. 0- inclinna ti................................... I 1 1:1.- p *
I. .l: .', : a nt .A r ........ .... ........ ............ h i .......................... ....... ... .v 7 : 0 p


SThe est Prescriptie ir k M-lrts
I lil aill.1 I'ever is a i.ottles of ;m vl's ..
"\ i-i ts.s t'Hlil. TONiv '. It is siliply Ni. :- Ili\ie, I'lv,.r-i crrie-w 'nillii linln I aw lig nIiaiii liff,. t s!-.-I(ilit '1i i C "
Ir aii aiini liiniie in a tasteless fiormi. I a ks ll l. kill t St. i a t'h I'ieg1t wilh, I 'i-t !Lari.,I. making
Nu, I'reN..N I' I'r. ri. ceti nt it- .t conic-tion ;at N:;-a iill.' %% ith ..iee-pinmg ars for Ioi Ui-v:l.- : i-- ini atm i a d
_________ ie'aiet. St.ips ati all \& W. -tations.
"Thriough .i ( e-,.li l. .t\\. ii .I.t.k-niiville andl u M l n
"lahi is w .it ., iltart ehw-s for solmi Ie- I I',nne.-tin miiia.l tt .lia.k-oiiville with all lnoi.'th .toiliun tri:;.- -, f thi.- e board
i,.- : '1'to,.- \\ 1.0 u laimi to liave it are call Air L.iu and IFloril .i'. .,-I I- ij4 it t .
- lL ha-l i th1 ii.\1 etne >,of .( hol, uey U i. : I R .IS. .- in up't S lt I Kl' K T'l'. ie,.ti l'.C.se. AgtL


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BN.1 HOUSE
ALamr 8UxxWlTT, Proprietor
S Dfaytona, Florida


,o Pkrth Ridgwood. This houwn is nw olwn for ,-ondh
It has nil modern improrementa that can contrihute
to the comforts of guepta.


Menu Bewt the Market Affords.




THE DILLINGHAM


New House.
Strictly First ('lass.


ehk'&Irnflatipe defult.


Wl'il IN- il~lel the Y. ear roundn.


lL-tes. $2.4m) 111141till.


&N. t .Ii. [)ILLINGl IAM. Popitos




6%~, Grand Atlantic



OA SFA mI I A IIf )*i'LKIit % I'S*3AI t -i~ I PR AI AN1k 1 'AlPWAklW



WAH't 1 -RM L.. I I ropri-itors.
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IEFOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE


14 04. 0 k l i e j z Ilee I I. I Iif; I I i'.'.
f 0. a.% e iaa. FlIie rils


Lag A1l~t'.4iry Rol~Iii5.


Iffif~vll Vew 14"lm..Pi-40a


HE SEAIDE IN


I IgPINssit.'ks uf-N-. I Ifilme 45UdIPier.


-; WHOTXL NXWS AND GOSSIP. '
tttmm .L...W S


....9 IV ITI a Vm I Iao IVa a I IaIa V WWIa a a a a


Stopping at the Dillingham are: HI. W.
Clark, A. L. Piene, Jaffrey, N. H.
W. C. Cannon and A. R. Harper. of
DeLand, were at &hmnidt's Villa this
week.
J. M. Williams, Franklin. Inl.., and .J.
W. McCaslin. Vinton, Iowa, arv. ree-iiat
gueste of thie VanDorn Hotel.
Judge Samuel Lumpkin. of the Ge.orgia
Supreme Court. accompaniet ly liis iwife..
has apartments at the Palhnmetto.
The Parkinsonu House is instiallihg a
new engine to supply water fer the
houn., and has just put inele tried. I..I!-.
Mrs. C. R. Baker and family. of llBrook.
lyn, N. Y., i-ame in this week nld aire
delightfully located at tlhe Riidgew(oo.d.
Dr. Potter, of the t'lanrndon Inn. u .il
to Jacksonville Tnosday to me.t.i .1. A.
Rose, who amne from New York ion th.*
Savannah line.
The Ridgewood is im(ot neat aiwnl in-
viting, and e.-gins tlhe season iiiiot1,


II. W. Dunklee and son, Walter, of
the FountainCity, aredown on Mosquito
Lagoon fishing and hunting. A treat
awaits t1hwir guests.
Thie finishing touches are being put on
tihe rand Atlantic and phe will swing
widl. h.r floors the coming week. with
liin. prospects for a good season.
MIrs. A. J. Hall. Jamnaica Plains, Mas.,
is at tlie I'Valinetto for the winter. Mrs.
alal enjoys Dlaytona mtL'h, and always
reveivi-. a royal welcome on her annual
visits.
trr-I'all and see that new kokak devel-
ojping machine at Barnes' Noveley Store.
1.. I'. Trillel.-. proprietor, and Mr.
Willi.niis. a gmell't of the VanDorn,landed
a shaiL-k T''ii.slay which measured nearly
si\ f...-t. Itoxlhy made a picture of his
. Il.arks iii'.
Y 'lTry the Flora Fina 10 cent cigar;
ai-le. iii laytona. Fin.
W. T. Lisnsl & Co.


auspi-iously. She has just tithrllovn op.-n NMr. ntd Mrs..1. A. IHose and two dau-
herdoors with every proslit..t oif : 1,os ii'iss :rri'.ld ',i Wednesday's train.
perous season. Ti'i.h,'y v ill si..lIn the. winter at the Claren-
Register at the Ridgwoo.h: \.. i, 11n11n. (lit arrival Mr. RoMe joined
Kenney. Philadelphia; Mrs. CI1,.h-. It.I. V. ilkisn in a uin tp to
Baker. Misses Mary St. I'. le.st..r :. i anI, l 1-a
Ruth Hester. New York. ami Miss 1.. 4.. Ti. I'.iliirtto is now epick and span
Heste pliint :nidl siailiinga welr-4ineforinconming
F. J. ltaye lyc l .u isi i lla tih" ,,e" 'k' ,.- r. I h aml. li,'s 4hief elerk is
hinting trip tp i thewills of thi,. iio, l h- I,,s m i. tlrtiedl,, d: ieald porter, Tom
east. He got a large, -arill li, ii. a I ,,,l!. w hi \*.,,. M. 4;ove i.hef.
black bear. He will arrive at il lh Il'al-
naetto for ti e asoll ill iii 1liol1iit il,.,; i-' li. w. alers at the lobee at


weeks.


Enmerie-k.iof New'.vYork. art. :it S s, jl
V'illam. M r. Dai~st'.iSel i-At 11-4.i 11i, .,Iit
of It new ..'failpi-iie 4f ''j-- .- I I 11:
Ilit~ilIimati-rjialfill-e'e),'.i-riusg o I. I-.ij til.
chairs :tilt] '-arimis ~ar-t 4 ofs. fl l toi I [I2I
Niver SikllSonii.art ;L. haiti. gra t run:toI 91 4II
W#)tl 1 11 lta'iis at tit-, ..!

eay, 'hn'ampise.. A 114-w.'. let illtI..s.' ..i


ChiciClgie. wehien. h le hias .lie Id iliiI 'l pif ksii
jinolitiel iill tile- 4lIjfle9. 112 I to, I; Ias.1:1 Tis tusk

His %%'.ifi. is % isit ilig '\%it I1 her '. I 1 11, l
L l.'ilgtoll. K'v... fea i. 5.1 f\%V
l'AiU-ttii hsglt" d-mlie lc0Ito P; I I.

tilen-e %lptioll o4f their \%. ei s:t:'-I


ANNUAL C. E MEETING.


I~~~~ 45 1i. ayajarty eoflsisting of
ii' v Die, anielI Frank, Dana


l's I.. hi lck clnideriaeg4thoI- dHous
'' I''. 5.el tiil ilue-tisia.
1- % itr. lu. i. 1hnewslimsk of Swet

to 1, 1 1. S'. IL 4'4A Eftile Stanley

t 'l 4 .1164 111S i1144* (of1 'T. .1.
I.''5 .5'l' I 1114 Mr~. iTtrae'V a111



:'11I~9. ,1 1.1s' 11-40110t14 ? 11t4,1116 lt,


9* Ibin eII I,- t ilie *lieiimg at hlaSt .


L~m~l'a'. lis.. Iii-t l'icls'.. -...e. iI... .... -, 1- .# -11-11.I .. #- I q.

l~+ '.lt' lAll. shcsre0 0 r'

t ill' t 4 I I.Ite rsi xteeIc% 1 i .I -I t I. St ii~l. tn'I'lg .a~a

9 I- 4 ,i it tiI rsl 1, 1. 1 1'1 It I .I, 55. 4', I I I ,, ',I.ti '' '9 s h- .. all inasl tele 4 ne ti- vioet
I hu.1tal'\ielS a r. 1114' '~i. I I I h 1 '\ 1 5 U I s 5' la i' Ne S4 'I.' wl
It 1e' l-'rt I .eIevI r. It\ ilI Iie.xI. -s' A iei it I'.'. vie ee4I w ck I



I.Itoiel'.el'5 IIII.'jels sI ''. 3I VI I.-Ieii ~Ill B5eachils Ita
the I IojI4/eIii Flssits.' aH.9 4, .Il. ola 1404*
111 eIwers I .% vet54e111(1t ,-'. s
e if I .'.'I.' Naei:1 1 ''1,'. I i '.\ 4 I! 5I i I 'I 2 Ni-A 14 1 if i lt- MI :'l .' e l
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l~iv ell itIllie ~hl s 1 5 ~ i. iiI.1 i'll e-I -dIt; I h" 11j ellj I 'Iaili

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lle Id l -tslllsitielliOw M otto'r-, l :. '''' ut t IIefe'gg,. iulii ~e
'..eli'k eal le o addlSc-. 11.45 i is 11 i 'el.1- i s't


ITCHMJDT'S VILLA Overlooking tilb

Tho h hoel co)mmando a
trait ivo-view in every
~tand1)no finr location 0e"

froi te (),-vtian and iscn et uluuOI

~rtllllI-' tI,;any oi 4the.r hotel is
tii."ii Ie I. 4114andillavatories.


Ct ISINC LEXCELLED.
*HeuMry.Schmidt, Propriktor. iRatc 2-m )a Ijy: Special by the week.
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Rates S'7.1 N) to) $1-0.lA Iper vsek: s2. 43to 'KU 4X) per day
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CATTSE AND EFFECT.


1mm141141g811 11eV, 11144141t111 114 1(4-1 Mit liai-4 i1 t tlte- Iillest1 11~4 Ilatlint igi
it illaF140 4.1-mltise uc,'.'. 4-11 fi fe ll 11o iste'. S- s o~sf 111402-:1. Large-
94 111114e. flaising w 1- a414.tilt 1 e6% l t I w 4t e a. al 1ge I ille ant'11141 str'. ive.



11. F. STIEWVAHRT, Inpit




PARKINSONT"HOUSE





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resiml~nle iiie-eI ~ ;.gj -,i 7 ial..II 5li4 ~i~- Ie-v Ii ~iI '
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EUROPEAN HC


Located.


)USE

Raten'I Moderate.


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JULIUS CALVIN SUICIDES.

lllills C l\ ill. ; i a 11 I .I \\ II :il li l i,
14ji'v te i 'l eo l I'l vI i lll. \\ fi !;i .I II


I:. L I'I i I'. e' 'ih'orn rly paistlor of
.' l :- itiv. Iaii i m.tly paslto eer of a
, linir, li .el l,\\ lin !ir' -n'l. \' hart been
t iiii-'.' i. l l,, io ;a **l'arv, at H ihealton.
I. i I, I llli ty. \ si .
I, 5..iiimis tl RollTioW Iti'V. J. J.. Ha'. k
\ i I,'l t ii at '. lia.vtolln at 7:45 Suniday
' r; s i Ir i l n ilditiali to tial> *e.retuio'rchau


~si,' I ,rimmei11 elat Swabrtieze ehurt-la
etijl.v ~fI'A.Paltac. s i.I-. '... .95 ''..1 I.' st : u. ni-ste-adicif :00p 1.m1.

ratilreni, '.withI a'eeislt'' liIii4
Itit his.'e-vit iima11110. 1)111'1.5 s iet ,' ld' 11 'F. I Le. 111 a-g'ue hld it a Nnitwm~
Sut~nday 'las-t, ill Ilthe S -iiltl S c .'' 9.I 11- l l455 tel I hfi' 114' M111111 I t'ea'i Il of offitwirs
Hehad~idjcsei'e.;ti'es el .dill, I!,,- I i -: ii' j I iiilhit 1 eleattiolt rItile'5110( a
iii'r mtid ie' trse..' .-uld iI-' tis.4 1:11 c -.1 Ie-.ligt. eo. J. VaindeVord;
Sltliels iy ~s Se41.5.5'eIiIS53~' j~''liedveiit (ilpartlinnt of
i-ail-oaie''vs iia S p!.-* I~ I.I i \V AI Wrk) D. EI~.ldith Blruish,.qt'ond


M rs. Knagger: "Con' 1,11. {h t r : ... ., ... : :"
to his wife."
Mr. Knagger: "Yes, a'-.' m iafy ai mi, :v6cs t:- wife to his success in life."


She: "Yesterday you p :sed
n9e. You know you did."
Hle "My dear girl. if I had


me on th-' trct f rtiout even looking at


looked !c ttsIith iv


passed."


GERTIE'S PLAIN SPEECH


D)AYTONA. FLORI-DA.


!he Palmetto


ron Beach Street Overhloking the Halifax.


-Strictly First ('lass iiin all .Appoiilltllents.


WILL OPEN IDE'EMB ER FIRST.


~USSSugggsggsggeggsug.ggggm -.


e-Iuite11Iaet l i jeistill Ilili- 1I_11 1:It1d.i
chintuin Isr leIwin eLr ilI' 11-i.' td 3I
petrsoeni$170 Ill ftile elI'S :1141:1 IL ,I I

[skit Ili, Y( 11lialg' '.l '. 5 i is I 5. 9 3 U

Da'elic i 1th 1.1eiId j1- 5.311

freigh t 4-t a e tI I e AIie-l fi4 rI' I \ .I I
( ('fillvin '..Is ti :tel 5 '1 siij1.-:111
t'lirL lat-ongtigl t ,,II. clir mi t 11.1'Ii t


laaonth tta. ago. T. I is I I- hi' .
fiat- for inatermeutnt.

andi a I w. thtIItbI., i'T4ioi I 43I9I5I 'X\.k- r
RUC. the it tltl


. ; Hi.-iiit t(1'piartment eof Mercy and
11.I;. \i-i- 1r% Sm ith: thihd vice-presi-
.1 it I, p t'l'iiil itt of LL iterary Work),
N i- I 1.. Shear: fourth vice-pnridetut
.li l.i;H:!i lit 4 Se bsial iWork). Miss Ada
\. i r*r-taryi. *Mrs. Mary Valinde-
,.,i., ,,. ,1 r. Miss Mary Pierson.
I Iii .(" i -''ii Ve're elected to Illelin ier-
-iI,' 11, ilI. li:tIiptor 'nThe Reading 'Cir-le
.- if ..* l.-:I hai lis tIe.--i 'reorganized fur
tI i i0l.r1 \\ it i a :l lare attenldanie.


I. \S \\:inlt rten'it a cottaig. if you
\\. ili I1 i. if yoll w ltt work. if ~Y u hlte
!-.t ,1i 'lin4 sonlithiilg ng you want re-
turii, Ir t0givte asiay. youctLilnprobalbly
io' ;im, otliliiate'd ill your want by
<;ill, i Mi-s. K K.I'ratt. ?Ste'art
S.ttIl '"- l. ,li h l' t.


Gertie: "Oh, Mr. Brown, papa say
stow. Is that wh> it'W so long?"


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SWW YWW A M*US A V NMS


THE FCONY TEAT WiHAT WA IT

IS NEVER LEFT iopyri htR bn. C
When it was announced In the CW
(OriDnal.) of Mexico that three Amerlcsan wlee
I the Ural mountains, between Rus- goir,-: to pass a night in the old Pilar
il aMl Sberia, Is the largest, manu- nam:..-in, there was great astonish-
ftetry of aheet iron In the world. It p T, -. They were Hall, Peters and
Is ~onS and operated by the Russian Tw .vnsend, and had wagered a dinner
gserenment, and its workmen live and that they would do this.
die within the limits of the factory. Many years ago the Marquis del
Once entered on the rolls of the com- I'll::r huilt a beautiful house In the
puay an operative has hidden goodby city and Its duplicate in the country,
Sverer to the outside world. 1 l.h ro lie lived with his beautiful wife.
Dalltrl Nikanovich. a young Rus- On,,. day two people were found torn
a"., having been out of employment It,, 1i.ees ill tie saloon of the country
fat a long while, saw his wife and hi ,.,,,. with finger marks on their
children starving before him. "There tn1,;, .,t,. The whole country was
is but one chance for our lives," he said -i ,, l. blut the perpetrators were not
to his wife. "I must go to the iron t1-, .eri.,d. After that the Pllars were
works. There I shall receive regular L,,: hintiv exterminated.
wagsa, which I can send to you and i.'.n ean.e a young heir with a
ow erildren." fr:. u-i whto decided to Investigate the
In vain his wife protested. They ;a,,... The next day they were found
iaght die together rather than that ;i ::r oit upon the terrace before the
the husband and father sihiuld 1.' dead h,,.... ~,., .1.
to them forever. No, hei said. The win- ::;t a.as the last. The city had In-
ter was at baud, and if thit, e.-:ll-a, i.u., the government had Inves-
starvation they would surely di ly :-'. ie. old place had teen ran-
cold. Kissing his little on.. wl," w ere -. ,. thousands of dollars espenided,
too yoiung to und ir-tanid l Ii.i \hat is .t. t t ,,, :, ;1uiv;il. ;and for ten )ears Iot
about to do, and havlii. his si' \\. i I ,-i, ~eia,,, nir the place, and the
wife and them. h I w i. t to ,t 1i ,n i\ :s s l.im l nianetioleil,. Iut every
works and entered himi-alilf -< a w.,,rk- ,*.,I .:m:imlinl ill tile city could tell you
lu a n ,,,i:t it.
Four years piMsst-. Ttie a. if, nild .; :, ;,I o'clock of the day of the wa-
children of Nikano' l li Kv.I :ir-t hlie .. t: i,'of Aimeric'ans were escorted
was still alive, for thl.-, r,. iAa t his.i t. t, the g>rewsonue ruins by a party
wages regularly. Hl, knii,\\. t t ,; i if ,a ze'i.n i ho were to return in
or some of theh ii a t a,.n.I ,a >,.s ;at sunrise if receiving no
was ihot returnimti t) lhin. li'i- i- :Ill ',,I .i m':;intine. After a lot of chaff in
that either knew oif the a tih, r. r, -i tl tIhe tcoinig dinner they shook
One day a I'me workiimnm: \.i 'in !,i : .!<. t!e .lMexicans locked the gate,
tered at the faet,-ry. lih. w:-;i \.i-. i ,a a I. tha mnericans picked up a hamper
delicate looking f"'llhw ;:tiil \ "- -ina1l it .::.ul haid tilled, shouldered a roll
the lightest wwmk that wai- t, 1k. .I .. ,- .in ts and. with laughing adieus,
He soua applied for ii<:,l ia r :'***r. v ,:t a..in the dusky avenue to meet
which was surplris.ing t., it '.' '[.. : ;i tr fati'.
tendent, for he' was rcti\ n- ni-. m,1.' \t 1; o'clock the next morning the
where he was. a, 'r'i:miages, supplemented by half
One m oriiing tlii \\'w.rkl,.i \\. .a .i ,.n,.:I n re loaded with gay young
entered under tie tlim n i a .,l- i from the Jockey club, drew up be-
Arteinvich, was staiidlima. I,,-. I'ri milthe enitramice, and their shouts
tri Nikanovlch. both vw: !i,- ,,a i, .,;. thie 'liavy gates as they swarmed
some shlet iron that liil .i- ':-at ..it t h\\ hil thie main with the key
rolled, when Nicholas \a lai-l,. m. 1 f,: -' 4.l. with the rusty lock and looked
-Be at the west ua.ll tzi_,. it i; ..m,1.ily toward the silent house.
o'clock, midway laot.a ii thi, I.l1, i 1.iiai \t the turn of the drive in front of
taith sentry towers. ei. .t Nikanovich, astionisie,al. -t.,l :i !,,e n thrown under the spreading
speaker. Nevertle'l-s li,- ha'i.1 :.; < '.'lu s of a silvery green pine, and
ence of mitd to hold I <.;. i 'i t e ilwy drew him gently out and
another moment latith v 1r:, 1.i' il .l 'I tiiiim on the graveled waft his
the ron. :: v..is still beating, but his neck
That night Nikanovi.ah v .:i!vt .! -- fril htfully discolored and his
was permitted fruii s t 9 .0. I. lack and swollen, protruded
twemi the factory lamildin--;';., ,Ai tiha' .'. iis teeth.
wall, and when e tlatl rii.i ,it :a,' .1 ; : ti,,e -. was found tightly closed.
the other workmen halmd al s:II,,,:.. t i,. I ; until the authorities were sent
saw Artenavich li'ekoiiini:g hint illi ,,: a a,;i!l they force the door open. t
dark corner formed hby the i 'lt iit so ,, \'re hlocked on the Inside, and
buida L. Indeed the' las oit"' s 1 au.I a iI tiIe great door that led to the
the buildings touched. lea\ ini: a er,-.- ".," ',\is forced tUe chain was in Its I
behtit them. Artenivi-chl's h"-ad anil :is wa-a the case with the doo by
hlde only could I, si'en. Nik;iiin ,.:.mtt.-laliece. The shutters were
cast a hasty glanet', ar'tmil. :nAl, i'%l\ cl'stimd, and a small fire
iak lag sure that noi on ii < hi\ li:im I l.. l i ,! iliomin tilthe hearth.
Agafng over the stone into tit' i'a'"''. 1.: :nl Toownsend were inside the P
"DIitrl, I am Anna. ynaur '\a' :'"' ,in ,ii what there was left of '
The thought that his N\ if' had lnte'r I'unt no 1111an could say which was a
ed this place to lie with him an !, tliht H IaIll was taken to the hospital '
Se had left their chihlrt'li lili ,i lii1i a .r'TVthiln" ia,-ossible done for him, t
Wtth alternate flushes .f j.i.3 :il sor- :t t \\:i-; lift.ii days liafore the light a
IOW. For a moment husl:mtmii(i :ii:l. \it( ,ii r ','.;s ,'l inlii' back to the bold eyes, t
.W locked in each otlher'.s ars. Thli-t : milnd :it the first look the doctor knew L
Ala poke rapidly : t a;.,s lbut the light liefore eternal e
"You had nsearc ly left us \\hwi in mi d:il'kiis. r
Aunt Martha died and h-ft mii. ."'Ha i,, lit' police and deteetiales had ex- W
Xubles. The tirst year I swi'tnt .uttinmg ih:i.tsd themselves in their efforts to h
peaeslon of the iilitmiy. 1mi:l Ilth I'- uiira.tvel thie mystery, and a company of
mainng three in ,laniimim : aimil pir'par- 'ehaliers. guarded the fatal house. Then I
I f or your escape'it. '1"\\4 ,o \'i'- -,, l : *. int' tili' day when the wounded milan c
begaa to dig a tunimitl itromi ti rit\,r I a:an'>tl his ey s,. and the doctor saw In tg
ank t a poait near tiii srt t t\\ !i,,'! i:'r e dt'lepths the glorious light of a
stid. It was oinletphid i.,ti i' 1 ri i m' r.ison side I,. side with the black c'
tered this place, aiid sii.-< 1 ].tI, Il l -1:ivd.', mf the unknowable, and, see- el
hare I have etme to this aaria. ;iat ii!ht l i!:.' k,.pt lhis promise to notify the au- IN
sad dug till I si kii.k it. ..,!ir ii,_ ti, thirilijs. p
samth away in my ia>k.lai .1a,,i ip.,.i,._ lii large i rln was bright and sumnny w
the entrance il tliis a.t nii. \\;, ..mi n. a>nd \'."y" quit. A dozen distinguished m
Soe ever comes, coni-a.;i!ail I l,:,, it lookini g mIen stood about a small Iron e(
our children ix. iidl 1 ia.' I ilTe 11 \,. C,*at ,I1 w'h.hi lay a tall, blond man ri
emeape, we may joili th ;in. aniI mil :j with a death white face. Beside him 01
home in America.' s:it tli' doctor, who gave him an occa- cl
With that she dri'w freai n1ii l;,i i sion::-)m 'timnulilmiit. iOn the opposite side w
woolen shirt a icase kiiim, :lii.l lt'.-:i at a 'inall table sat a notary, prepared th
to dig. In a few minutes slia hm.al ii ta t \vrite. Ini a chair at the head of to
covered a sijuan're lu.' of t\\a-..l t;,.i ,.' I aa lifting it, et'ntered am 'l ii~ iln lu : a mrmlitt stlricken counitenalnce. t a
ael sot much larger tIIni l., .. "'Yes; 1 r1miu'ier what took place ae.
From this ran ai,,tliei. dltaia.n. -|:_i *,. oil tHi, Ilimht tf Aug. 3, 188 ," replied ni
from the ihoirizointaIl Ahi. I. il, ,',i tit' platienit elin 'l gently questioned, pil
by her husband. imame t' n a m. Liiii.a ni 'a companionmals anid myself left the
this hirliuntal tlunnell. it .. i;:iii|.. a gaite :itter seeing it locked. Wve went a
at Blst, but gr'e\\ la >ii"'as -. t :a di\\i il tl:e avenue, entered the house, iaw'
vanced. The outiilet \a.. .,i il. ii\a ti aiil iaher lighting some candles and iii
bank a few fett ili,.',, ml i ,.i,,, Iulailma a tire in time big fireplace In ini
covered with logs :iail i i-1!' .lu-; i,, tia' -'.iiaoai. where we were to spend the
fore emerging the', ia--. a| i :....li ;t n:m lili. \ve dt'cleild to explot'e the place, ki,
space suticienitli lIm'u 1 a ,iI ,i' ;i "'It \\:s quite empty. We found noth- in,
rowboat, in which lthate \a i,.i ,,ii a, 1 i ,,f initelst. We returned to the ill
ar". r aiti on tie ground tloor. The fire was tim


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A\N 'llhtN 1EA\NI


SAL'S SACRIFICE


WHY HE NEVER

WEARS AN OVERO0

[Origlnal.]
"How Is it. Dinsmore, that y.li in
wear an overcoat? A man of your
certainly runs a risk in not doingl
especially during this January we'
er. "
Dinsmore shuddered. "An ovcrvo,,
-he said. "I am perfectly comfort
without one. Besides, overcoats
unsafe. Let me tell you why.
"For many years I had hargel of
finances of Mathew Drew & to.. lea
er men. One afternoon in winter I I
so busily engaged that I did nu.t no
it was past 3 o'clock anmi I hadl
made my deposit in haliink. <)lni
the safe. I saw that I hall a fair grea
amount of cash on han l -over -$24,
-than I ever kept there. 'We liad
vai'lt. only a little, old fashioned s
that several men could roll away
rifle at their leisure. Before leav
tlm. office I took out them hills. rol
:hi ia carefully in a piece of I.rownJ
a' r and sttiTed them into my over
ti i i mie rather than leave thienu in

".lust ias I was alatit to lock up. Jo
i mlall. .a man whli had a large
.int with us. eamw iln and insisted
ing over it wili mei1. Imlv tlie ti
..-* got through it 'a.' far lpast smilI|
time, and I had itl i ;irri Iguinit'a w
Liy wife that w.n mat i too Ilit' for
'V'ninhlg neatil 1 was to m'at it :it a r
taturant Itforet goin lilrine'. After t
dl.paiture, -f thi- ,.aat-oini. r I to,,k i
overcoat t aft :.,i ..k \\hI.m a h1
hiding It. in,-t a a ., i, grii-i al l'' t aI
ill.' to IIIm: '.'. -irm, i t it \ ':i ll ri'i
thMln s art'i l 't i' I .' r. sl'itii' it. W hi
there I Ia fIt 1 l t ,.. !him igim i tal 1 1a
% l-i r.' I ',nl!l k. a i 'o.1 a y. C i it i \a
nmomient. "T ', \\i. r m I al.,.t tlhiilta s
onds. it is t i,. at li!z \\ lim giitnes \a., V.i., : pa-st \\itlih.it :ll
I turit-il i1a .ts a .l1 ti t:nt. Im It w hliI
look d i',: lI t' tilhl a.ai;it It \ :i st
there' \\'in n l i.tl tini-li.- iiany sll
p ". I ll Illi r :'nd t > .
Tly a. :lml I1 fit .!, l t:av I it a Io t
I" anim I'i ,>''"I it ii' h.i'r mula !,il.a\\ T1
next lmoii'in I t..ak I i'ta lra. kfmi
w itlh in Iplal'iih .. it -,:i :I m.:
'to ull l \ atit'li it I \'. ,
fit e. ke'|' ini: i: l i i i 't.i.' I tr
of til' .law ket i i ;.' 1 p
age. W\\I lti 1 rin' r I 1.,.
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patlp r 'eire' a lo/..'i Ilam ,ea .1 a, .
sanlk iito i.. r a :
'The pi araml.sis ot m ,.'. i.m !' l.i-it,
mut ma llonlllfiti l.;. lm ,a .,A \1 .'
over a limit I it :al il.i I it I'al:ma t, 'h
lilloeai l 1' in is:. tt ,ii ',,, ,"' i l ri
Vortetl it : li .. :. rr
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aiken out to, a ', .,! ',a1 i
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ial as 1 ine. ..!., i,~ r .. i i -; i
'fls lti4t e'l mtie "7' lii a I \ ';i
Iad iou.tlimt it.
Thli t iI; :l Wais i' ia f lt' ll-ha.. I ir||
reported th l a. .et Ia,, a!"im I. t !:a
certainly di l t t t i ..., v : \. :
oot l lm linor. '' a..I i n : 1a .

over if 1 \\alte m in. ,.a i :' i t, : + f'' r up a smm hiort;'. i' a I iV :', ,a "' l 'I r
mg tithe mift r o.i'i i, a ;i 0!,*:l .. t \ ,a. I.: 1 a r,'
orted tl!at mm la :.!i '\\a .. i .!;il. .mm'' it'l
'as in t a'e Io',.m 1,,m *-ili.-! ',:,' ,'ft T'i
lOSt 'exper.'it -'la':lk ll. -'.. t' ,
country., lit It.at.ee -a'' in tim 1"i'- I :
lilt wlhil'e 1 \ mims tm';r- ai mi ti, .. ,., r ,
n his traiik. T' l':s -! I \ .ih' a oIpa
onIs 1t' eni t loit '-rs sa ';.]:'a. ,,tt. B',i
ihe'n e\' il i 'a :aim la ;hil l \aa 'aa .. ail:
a ,ia liao i i \\a t l a ',i:t a, 1 i 't', .


1- a.: ,' ,a laW tile mlinmett he ap- "'" upstairs, my dear." said Edward. the
S .t. 'llkiily athe damr o opned, and "I thiak I can ,brilbe this gentleman to Edg1
t.. :.l d dt t mei stood a release ou fr.om arrest." -..
1:.. a ti h, e il.mL Tmen I hadr dro- "N., tell mli','" smieaid t'leidenin, tak- mor
i tt. : a so fireiL The other dropd iIng the detective to a sideboard, "how I n,

,!,letik ,,l ride on the ground. the bank came to press such a case." suit
kir.. .k down, a heala in the "The [bank places all its law bus- iurt.c
'-T i ed from snes. criminal andl civil. Iah the hands a I
~~~: ot ars a :il" said the of kings & L.il toriey. I am dres
S'. a iitn had th e tiett fird. their dt' tetiTive. They g ae me the are
A1. ia.r than the rest, ran to check, with lrectios to hunt up the wis
a m maal., true enough, there, ly-1 peroi whot drew it. I traced It to eel e
a- Ia. fm" 'ct'. was a womia. I your wife, iot kiiwving her to be your to a.
j: -' lirteraid twas thunderstruck wift,. I got a saecimieni of her hand- aii
aa .,iriza the kitchen girl who had writing, compared it with the body thie
t a ,ims at table the evening be- of the check and knew It to be hera. lnerm
T'he (otieers of the bank as yet know ture
I !, 'a.t ,aiag hi framiing a theory nothing abtaut the matter. Since Mrs. slpa
>1 onml which proved to be cor- 'hemltnillm is mm itliletd lia!. I gave her pter
''i ..Lirl was Dishrag Sal. She pein'iiissiohl to tay mit latiie till )H our ses
I-! .' inf.r-etl from our talk that rttirm Forttma. li na charge haoi sIsff
S : -in to capture her liver and Ibeen made against hier, aid the matter such
Ii n 1Iithreauh the storm to warn mam~.y bet d'opped without trouble." aF
a i i14 hill) a few minutes be- Mr. I'ltulndt in reii ''tied "i llite note with
a, ;a ndtl remuaining In the cabin of aapolo.1-a f'romn thie lelresidhit of the iitim
'., U',its while he rude away. She bank. giving the sai me etxplalnatlon as
I ':in, ii ia lift,, though she hat. per- the detective had furnished. Mr. tClen- I N:is
I,1 h -V' a 1w li indhlig so. She aus not denim, hidimmag that he c,umld na-t go Into Inln,
m.mi. and we removed her to the ranch the bank without seeing a smile on sera1
,itf oT ahur i. She recovered, and I the face of every employee, finally deo great
I.t.;ri dil uinIm.y years after that she and sistd amid l a u se t ,salm i n..sseanger for Fdga
Itil had h-ft the, country together. banking purposes. partu
W'.I.TEIt GRAY CHARNLFY. JAQUELINE E.ASITWOOD,


AT ,Orilnal B i
AT There are no people so high and ome .f 4 a8
so low that love does not exist among py young cI g ,
them. In the higher classes, especially was a peltlUei bO W m a
ever those that are good, we expect to find Mamie, hi wife, was In ev
an a pure love far above simple passilon. feminine. One feminine trat she pI
so. But a refined, self sacrificing love al- ; esed to a high degree-she a C
ath- ways seems strange among low, wicked learn nohing about the pratiMe
Iw.ple. b len V
l)E'.Ph4. banking.
at:" Back in the sixties there was a de-; One day Mr. Cleadedin was Calist
ille perdelo in New Mexlim who gloried In away heatlly-Indeed so hastily that
are tIhe 11inie of "Bloody BilL" The girl be had no time to arrange for his wilW's
who bestowed her affections on this de- nancial needs during his absence.
the g'ral.d specimen of a man had a name "Go to the bank." he said, "and g
ath- nmt l' s refned, If less horrible. She what you want. Sign my name to the
wat'w s called 'Dishr Sal," from the check. They will understand It. Banks;
tie w;is called "Dilsrag Sal" from there not very particular where they
,a,,t fact that she was a scullion-that Is, know all about the parties."
1ig she was a scullion till It was discovered Snatching a hasty kise and his suit
itter that she was Bloody Bill's girl. Then case, he hurried to a trolley ear.
,IN0 she was told to move on. The funds that Mamie had on hand
no It was In 1964, I think, that I took were all expended within a few days.
afe command of a party of men whose Taking out her busband's checkbook.
and business t was to hunt down criminals. she drew a check f)r a hundred dollars.
ing She did not wish to go to the bank her-
SThat winter we were ordered to ndself, the da ig str:y, and ntend-
pa- Bloody Bill and get rid of him, which ed sendhig h ri o.:. l,. ... Not know-
o,t meant if we didn't shoot him in e ing wh:.t to wri;.- in the space left for
nue deavoring to take him we were to bhan the name of tl., I.ype. after much de-
the him to a tree. We spent a long time liberation she coialm.ltdtl to keep on the
getting on his track, but when we did safe sile by leaving it blank. Then she
>hn get on it were furnished every advan- signed her husl.-banl.'s m1am:-* to it and,
ac- I tage. One evening a man whose brother calling l'atrietK. told iim.i to go to the
on had lIoen killed by Bloody Bill rode bank .lnd lr.i l tthe money. Patrick
i!ie into town, a distance of twenty miles, did as lie was told. Ihit returned with-
per to tell us that Bin was In a deserted out fuiinds.
ih log cabin not far from his ranch. He "Thte main at the windur, nia'am, says
the had passed the outlaw on the road, to put my namime to it. But if ye do Oi'Ul
a s- recog'-izied him without being recog- have to be idintytied."
the nizedl. foIlowed and located him. From "W'hat's identitled neanar"
inmy what lie had seen about the cabin, he "Well. Oi think, nia'ani, some one I
al.* Jiilgo, that Bill would spend the night will have to tell 'em that Oi'n mesilf."
ill tliTre. but he was not to be depended "How provoking: I don't know any-
ht. on for any specified time. body to do that."
ile I ordered the men to saddle up, and "But he says if ye'll write 'bearer'
ok before starting we assembled at the in it he'll pay anyway." a
ry eating house at the railroad station for This m appearing to be the easiest way 1
"-- a gomot1 supper. There being a dozen of out of it, Mrs. t'lendenin inserted the
n11 us anlI only one waitress for the party, word "hearer," and Patrick made an- J
.il wv were being delayed, so I called other visit to the bank and returned
I lai-n tho proprietor for better attend- with the money.
ill anace, whereupon a girl was sent In It was alaout a week after this that
ip frroin the kitchen. I had heard of Mrs. 'lendenin while shopping noticed I
iisr.mg Sal and never In the world a mau who seemed to be keeping a pair
hi- iouhl liave expected to find ier In the of very sharp eyes on her. lie followed t
le per'oni of this young woman. She was her from shop to shop. and when she
1 1-it-' n'-;t inll her dress and had a very got home site found him there waiting
1 ::i.ti e igure and a pretty face, for her.
a' a,.tli hiie was'a nuot much intelligence "Madam," lith said. "I tell fortunes by t
!' iii "ii,' mavled al .olut quietly, but ef- means of the handwriting of the sub-
1, Ia'e.: "anhil ial wared not to take any j
", '.. i anything 'except her work. "I don't care to halve umy fortune i l
.' I ta li.e 1i :l .t d t ,Ill about Bill, told," said Mrs. t'i'elilhiiili. a
s ,,,i:,i 1,. oie slpo.ke of going to cap- The ulan was lpersistelit, and in the w
i t:; l ;in. and one Inaii told how Bill end the lady, to get rid of him, gave I
*,I \.s n-~ to Ilating his girl and how him a specimen of her handwriting. In
I pltli,,,tl shae lore his brutal treat- After securing this he did not seem es- .
I' mi-it. 1 i;l uimy eye on the kitchen- pecially anxious to tell her fortune, in
h' 11:i1! w''.ile lit' wai sp.taking and fan- and as she did not urge him he retired, s
I i~I I saw hetr eyes, slightly contract, saying that he would study the case.
it tiVe net'xt niilauenit she asked me The next day Edward Ck'endenin re- 6t
a' i:1 :1 so ft voice if she should till my cup ceived the following telegram: na
S+ n Sa-l,,nut it. MAMIE. X I I
'* Thit ni.h'lt we rode against a plere- As soon as Mr. 'Cleandenin could re-
,*I ... il t'hec'ked l' y woods driving cover from the shock lie took a train, el
' Iv alaor it sleet that struck our faces telegraphing from the station that he
.i .ke ... t. At awn we reached the would be at home the next day. When at
nl elitn :uld surrounded It Then when he drove ulp to his house at a rapid n
it :t wis lihtt enough for us to see clear- pace, threw, tml;l'i! the auI door and tl
,,' I I 'ilh,,i: rushed into his hlionie. .e found his wife a in
- "'*1 s.:. till. core out of that and a [prisoner iin charge vt the man who
I i, .* c e out of tht and had called on her for a specimen of her sa
' "Tl'ire' was !no answer, so I called handwriting.
1 "ns.eir so: "Oh, Edward. I'tr: .'rested!" moaned an
ea'o got you cornered, Bill." the wif.' throwing !r arms about her elg
'. Sta~l mp all'wer'. husband's neek. g ahs, t
o 1We1re I dozer rirs., "What for'?" cried lEdward, aghast th
Not luring thme slightest sound In "Tell him," she said to the man who ro
' th ,.llinl. I ordered the mIen to clbse o o
Slow lI or.nd erdutiousl to. We had "I am sorry to iift-orw you, sir, that
S ,',V. .ly i, cautiously. We had I have felt it iny duty to arrest your Ed
'.r 't s .. puff f smoker advice when wife for forgery. I. however, permit- al,
h,.rI: maia :l ilnff ofm suitike from awill- t..i ter to reumimi Ih're till your re-
ow in tCie calin, and one of iy st ur h to rr ll yur r
h ::'! f til i htis face. Not considering "'Forgery: What former vr' o
:t! l' lirt'a.r waste of life necessary, I "'She hinas f aai'rt'a the Icr.; e of Edward T
SaI',-t.i .y minim behind trees, and we leenin to a cheek ot m the Manufac ve
lk'lt iml a steajmly tire. An occasioial turers' bank." a
Ss.:,,' i, reply lii'to'iedl us that the in- "I m Edward endeni.."
:.a, was still ali.e. This was not .."mh'it You Edwalird lendenin? I tri
s ::,i.-;ing, for our bullets could only didn't know that you were the man tri
a., al 'e t 'a'''tmi t he logs. At. owe whose ama ie wmhs f 'mepr'id. Then, sir, mii
SI i. t in.i. lt further protection your wife has forged our mlle." .
t a'l, ra.ri ili dt'. l "'lla\e you the et'iek with you?" bit
I. i I ortdere.d the mInen to ctjllett The detective i'protdu'ced a bundle of .
ar. 'a-.aa :a!ii ialamini'hig to a tree papers, fiq, aim iaiit'm. iae ati. k het'hea.'k "to
i' mr. I smt lire to it anid threw it i iluestiun, dis
-;- ie c; tll. I was shot in the .a.Mi,, said Eda.rd after glaun- l
: ;-: i .r y i.i ,. mind a few mi- ing ait the signature, "why the dickens .
t, m 1 m, lm r mih aim' mm.my maen wI.is bad- didn't you sigl it im yonr own hand- .11,
I.. *,, 'al. lla,, a\.I. I p a.rsistetI a ld writing' ne"
i s I'a:tini. lay s,.eing a small "Vhiy., I thought 1 must make it as |
a a'. a. .i,,iri ul, a ao .ei ll'r of the uiuch like your signialue as possible." don
S .: ,-. N' ,'l'thalss It w'as still half ThIe two men laked' at each other E
fal. 1,for, lin' wes r w ere well start- efetrent.e on the part of the detecttre diff
I.' ti.. liit I, ..a ilUch hat kept his features straight. but when but
-. .' h a. 1nmg 1,,st oli nmam killed, the liusamid's f.lat roke ito a morti- he t
m,,iidt, talio som worthless a fled silil, hie joined. he smiles of ,.r
a .,1. rt .it tw'o uf my t best men to both atmiue a broad laugh. .


This matter of the ieklaie eW IM
re .se.rious than is sulptsed,t aud bad
,,t acted as I did it i4i1tht have @1
ed %\ry unpleasaintl. The a' -
Swas undoubtedly stolen. and Il aw
and drop it in .ils M.ainiwarlngi
ss. Had I re\e-al t.d thi tact the S
some w"ho would ti\tm, fancied I
lhiel to s .reei hier anditi have suspi ect-
ell so pure a person mis i SMr. 'haiiiel'lini, would have
imed liunder suspicion, I.y hled I
audience to lbelheve that it was 5 *
e trick both these disagreeable hi 1t
s have blceen avoided,. ur hostes.s ..
'ed having hial a cloud cast
hall. while Mrs. Worth is 15 -
cd of her property. I alone
er with the guests fur perlietral
i a trick."
ery one present Ihaqke.'d at E gA
i astonishment. ::,.iim-l.,l with a&
ition at this uns'lt'lm-tcshs.
Ihent the affit 'mliie to the ears
i M iini\variiLm's. rfi itir. t ie e .'
tl -it olIt' toa a am l L,.:Isi.lf of th
ices of :1 younamg ililn with se 4
t ability I to m'grpimg exigenci
ir not onlyV etentually Itwenme i b
hier. bilt married his daughter.
ANNABEL M tI j, \ RIGHT.


-~i "'h~ug i~or rw.aecw- t,'rasto n~
__~ ~~A 0u ~ W ~ ~ I E ?- ~ -s-


"Those rowkmlks." an iit Aa. .l\e, ia', ; .::liaii all right. and we sat about I
been amutlied ftor iiwall.m a y i.ia. ,il : akin aniitl telling storkis until about lie
cloths are quite mrttnii. Still ti., i 1 a ,la '. when we ate the lunch we had thii
serve to get us lpa-t i, i\ r I nn- ii.iL-l; Iti it "i!iaong After that we took one ou
without the loiste. of i"..% 1 i "a' lhook about the room. It was ob- I'i
"How did 3ao)u g t t(lhi u i a m ,, la m1 i!L hn iiLae, with large windows at .
asked Iumiitri. ,.,tli etinl They had heavy shutters inis
1' watched six moniit,, i i!.,a. \x:iatr iia'l' aiand strong bars outside. Then
to be utfticiently high to I! ii tl'.:. \\.as the door through which we ter
"Did ever man hli:\e a '. 1it, so ,.a-tiiti ll i mt **n'ied from the hall. It had a
and devoted?" said l hr lhu.li,:,al. ,lii- i- I,.:k. which we fastened, and also yoi
bracing her. a ':i .;n which hooked across the whole lmem
"Come; let us Ic otY." alar. Near the fireplace was another
Launching the I wlat. iliay til,.itt,l al- r. .\ idently leading to the garden, jun
down with the current. at it;tns ,unll- ,.h a.1 i. locked ansd chained. There
lag with the oars, at tiins,.. li,,linmg a- a. noiltliiii!g else. It was very quiet. co(
ter to escape oibservatiion, at tiimi' 1 l,.' .,"ys spread their blankets In sp.
shooting on rapidly. Iln ilt. ,e mliid a i,,iint of the tire, and I put mine near s:i
was the factory, the otlficials of \ i hl. lthe tl of the fireplace and sat with aii
with all their vigilante, had inot 1t .in mly l .ack against the wall. We talked tiht
ail, to keep apart these le.rs, ai',l :nlid sllntkedt until 1 o'clock. I remem- ab.,
Oe the other that distant l.,rdr l Ie la'r lbookiimg at my watch. Then I felt uli
yort which were the little uines they :11ni o\ eitowerinig desire to sleep. The reti
eld as they loved each othir. I.\X wereI snoring. I caught myself %wet
Th they passed the nightir. ail when t\ l\.4 or three times, and then I ti.
day dawned landed, aud In ai ilt4aait' I ',.y I felt a blast of cold air, the at.f
cottage changed their attire anld. their t l wv',iint out. a hand was on my It."s
jpsMaiace, then started faor the 'bor- I: 1t Ia 1 saw- I saw"- t io .
\% .a tt t, igtre in the bed rose to a taf
Two days later they suddenly ap- atr'e. the whole face was gra
pared before their children. What w.th terror, thearms thrown W\i
WOda could give even a faint ialca o1 i as though to ward off some coa
this btl-nt'n .-i ttikig. and without a word be **
PEILUiIOWNE ANLDESON. l, M QUAD. ed


ohe& nlByuntar t o thes s

fwas Massaaet oa nr eat he

ball given by oa of
He was standing in a rlaw
with people when h -m .
arnd pa eaed between two q
a pearl necklace dropped
a fold ofa ladys dre, which
a mort of pocket The lady w' t
the Involtary reclpent of the
was MissR Mainwaring. the
ter of a rich banker.
Now. Deamond was one of those
contained fellows with an eye
ly to buliuess who always r et a .
a twinkling he had formed &
tur an what rbi ra a to wEn
tage. A tthaads ebri gtoh
the necklace Ma d a
been obliged to get rid of It Tlkh
son was soon explained. Hel-
conmaotion in the hall. Iemniond w
there and found one of the guiest4t*4
ert Chamberlin, a youig man ofu
proachable character, belag
by a private detective for the
which had been momentarily laItS
In the ladies' robing roofi and had
appeared. A maid had reportedly
a man in the robing room when av*
lse was there answering to the
tion of Chamberlin. Of coaufe
jewels were not found.
The detective retired ti
Nevcrtlheless the news of the
tion soon spread, and Chamberlitl
himself In a very unenviable
Desmond sought the hosteia
to her:
"If you will permit me to
iome of your guest by a few-
if hand tricks. I think I can a4
he eclat of your balLd .
"Certainly, Mr. Desmond. I
have suggested It myself, but did
Ike to trespass on your amiability."d
Ten minutes later a number of h
vere asl mbled in the muae rolt
Edgar mounted a platform h
musical purposes and delight l
rith his magic. .Mis.s M.iinwaringl
n the room, and presently Chabil
trolled In. looking very unhappy..
"The next trick." said Edgar, "I
the lost necklace.' Perhapne lu.
ot all know that Mrs. Worth has
valuable pearl necklace this
tg." *
A painful constraint fell on the
Ice. "i
"Magic la worthless it it can't
oleu property. In other w 4
necklace is not in the possesBikoln
ilef, but of an estimable lady w
itegrity in unqluestioned."
The constraint was turned le wile
Irprised expectancy. M i
"Let me see" tapping his foin
id closing his eyes. "Twice four alg
ght. which, beitlag divided by tw.
ves four. In a fold of the drews rl
e fourth lady sitting in the eighW-,
w of chairs the necklace will be
imd."
Stepping down from the plat l--
dgar advanced to Mis MAlainwaC
id, putting his hand Into the
ok out the necklace, held it
enll handed It to the lady who had
it it.
There was a clapping of hands, nt
ry expressive of appreciation of i
r's skill, but of rejoicing at the 41
very that the whole affair was
ck. Nevertheless Edgar was bl
'That fellow will stop at
id one.
'Sonime day he'll get himself In tr- "
With his tricks," said another.,
lie had no business." said a
Suse any guest for the plnrpoae t f .
playing hia skill without that guesl
'mission." 'I
hlave I your pardon," said Edgar i +'
as Mainwaring, "for placing tih
klacc with you'?"
liss Maiiwiaring granted the par
m, but with no good gract'e.
;dgar sauntered away, as though "
e'rent to tiK' effect lie had product
as soon as he got out of the r
hasteinedt to the hustess and be4 +,-
to assemble the three plersoat *
'.'ied in a private room. When th
hostess Icludtedi, can e togethi. J
gari closed the door aid -.in: alh
















ICopyrght,231W. bIYT. C. M.'Cturp
"Thait mule is a clenr gift if.d rl
~~ dncep," said Aunt Rachel tui .her
~ *Yes tWhikltng.
The children by cominnor, colikent
fttbmt6turned their faces toward it' le 0 4bJw
kitchen window, through wich a doil .e.
~W5EEIEA~fie looking nmule l1nt]1 noktd ehislhead.1
watching the breakfast tablee xpect
___ 11 e a d 4 m o i ICHIt stray," her brother Jon.ig. an -
pqpmgm me son P~~Wered gloomily,"adbnstoom
amwit MEEM s @Nd anation doof the neighbors. We'll havii to fosiio
41 we & 9as u bmhim several days nti.lt be ouAt that
dplp sfodiii46 mbWm mmuch."
b w M g. ~"Well, he don't bittng toauny of 'cm."*
149.CO Aunt Rachel disputed eniphatically.
AW V~k"IDon~t we know the stoaek fair Iiiat"4
a.around? Thiere's Siniithi's hl~ize' fact'.
TWIL ~mare, Davis' iR' Fp1etkI41 O4-ilt](31141 111.111ai
Potts' government mitle, leesitie's Muir-
ris' olt",-
"W~ell, 3-011jlust Wait till ywm St.- III
the county Npa-r fit tile Str:iy* no-
tict": I.4est Meditum .Ized tdarklbaxy
mule, u lth l~ atek en rgmid ice ine intla:
brand un his left sidle'-
W o il, G r., Co *Thiere!"' ltis sister ifite'ruijt.ptl Iri-
T hiS l-ng a H s (if r eI~wt Iliast4,13
for tilt- itime.
If the 11111t. was ut :a 4Oval. l':l 't' (f
V HR aM R SM K Prov'ide'nce., it:'~It liea sit h ttilitel is'1t,111-
tliuhjtis hel,161. filittaly. It Nva-4 Just :it
cotton 12ehtingtlittgtuu'thalt thc,'irut ik4011 4)
(11"I. that stilndbyac i ifthe pt.1' '.1r~ir.e.r
of ftle 14111111genitle, healtatteit. 1#11L.:ell-.
duriug, leijirly fe~ md tani tlAvlttl. rv
Due of riflow Cover and luctantlr haevini.:(41 ithei lit,~tk wii
so long. This w~':s a .1 "VY si*il l.'Iti-ta
0te'r to thein. fair on 1111litir I tttl ti
Fany Arddek6 tim receivedl Itll-11IIt~l iilIIIII
li ilth--tdarketst lie-tir. Nt iheichi-; s:tiil to
lint lRachael sivt'ai.v iji ji fth-i*ili i iw
ltthe kealitig. r i tlvii izhi, j l stindh IIt i
Jeft. P~JU .v A ~ Stlit, :ill d.n liii rd_t lt' l Nii*; ,' d'-Iitf tll~

atth lingd while 16lie it S.-w :ll.Iit: III..: lIt

toA ;fti li e I t~itliviznl a OwaLI, ; it' -n i-
Pinamu~u & Ru Proprietors tid N tilitt ttht it*'lttitib.11 Li I!I Iput
iliesie the tl tea I i ~tvt vIf.. i I tI.,
OitL I it' ail :t, :.t i alt! I i.. :11141 1:It11.
SItIL A li lt i t-:i li f l :1.1 l" i; I
TR M IR C .tha e fit'itill- Ii

Pw~br"iailwwaEji&.' R 'ix.. ihtweetat am. thtiiin .Ifirsit. 1 It, I .t ~Al
MIS M i %A i .t~d I :, 1H 1 '
FT"" ~ ~eT hilnm m d a e%% iuhl.1m tt,%a1-I. ;.I-illtie.-It lI ulta 1'.11itlilttI'1,II

w oilti~lt-ju:0e1dIt t I I I:1

tollt' -l tilt i i tiit i H 5 x .a t


t I i I t 1(1 (1 t i -, I I i t, I li

W lit- It It.iiit, (in: I V 1,

"a ambo=t% e era" Caref, iiul ries t~ic f. tIt.1l- li-iiit,. 4 11. H1;!i tv.
maala d peu1 4 m i elIl. 'pair intg. ebltt, l teci.. l-tcldlcot rtdl 1 .-~ ~ i: t.'

11ho a~kal wai OW Lia po italpi. ta aly lart4 o t 14--i 1 tilit3 IA ih~asl l.:- It -I! sti!Ati

Telep oneI27COield. hI te .,lhei ,I 1I"t ~


WAGDOese PNe'Cypresstit lit(. hLtis.li i
l.tht- ceaLt s.- 1 (T.dIt. '.t \11-
~~ W W 7 ltrteatlih had.1 1% ( iJt.t, t It t W I


i c um utIn to k.lit-I StillI tett 1.1il l,- 1.1B ii.. tt:IA l it

R. J MabyManger tit. Ilv %\., 1Il t,,ill- Th.


D ~ I ~ 'b r t ad t .t i II -t i :it t It tt-tt


To SL. LmUskanid (Liicgo t.ltItlt lt' Itjt II,
so mo 4i uetrowt Jackmonville to S. Liljieu-aild tt'' 1i.1
bowift~aksonvwlksdaily at mNtoIll.. 'ia t it'le- fa t '-u-lie iit, %\a t, L i.l\
A j t I* I ji
Dadie Flyer Route
*4 W. 1,. 0. S & F. By.. C. ofG -KH. -\N C.A t IIV n it iti; ~ x :~l ~ i ..
I b m nhan b tn I R R v ia M a rtin e i v ,4aia t ,V lt.tIt;I l i wIt ll t. I l I 1 t
un sand tie'kets applje o i% et urv'a tis t k-t i.L t i. it k~jI't. ft(tid 11 -It I h;" :dt -1~.~ ~5. t.

1hits.. LI' illam tH. gri1 A..inIi a t t-ik

iT N "The Nation's .,. 1'

ILU Bast Cigaru,*


94111S Me he w. hepuri le fiailt aIe'ttalla ht ait i

-j":WMyM AAKTO ANV'ADIRIES.S.

&We ROWLEYS F5ORTO.


ovo. r lit vx(-t Ilk 1A 10
ILT I 1XV11. T, :111, 1 it" U, -!I, "
to) t I, I f.i rui r A
to.1,11 % (-III Q.1.
kl.
B ut t 11. 1. It i I'll-, I
mites that th, V NVoll't" N%*k ".1, :A tilt-, Iosi
of thot.. provid(iltial u,1111".
LYDIA 11. 111:11KINS


-HE WAS Ft PAINTER. '
A 1pramkem ?u'4..aer's F Exess S
New ?eu'k Poie cou(rnt.
It Is characters-Xt' 'f ailmnost al! tf
pris'one'rs except ti;-uiui::iL~s i.bat tbd
chief conceirnL;to i.~ e 4.ttlllt. dtay. Tbir
plead and 1)4% 1 tfi H ::niijourflien%
Which they knou-' wI 4.! postpoft
the. inevitablle fl~r int -I.- .'41twio, and
thl* aI: thowuti~~. fea.' h It-'ir In bility
toe Ohetalileai.lthey %%-ill 11:,4.to stay in
prisull jus, Off- ..' :nI".t. 'I It'- Inoetee plaxasl-
WCh exjaIIIHe:1tza1ttiS i,:I t (rhey all am
tallull". s rw,' that "something
lfui j"i~ihst t i t ij. t'1 ;lavte off
flt' ihe- lueltI tni~s! 1*4 W10e. The
d,'u:aiLs. ou .t az hauta!. are nire
e:i;4*t't'toe r:zt a ltd i 4.rt tJ*ir fates,
t5 '~~~ .: .At:1Ait.that the
stwzi.itr ;t. .;!14-1 'a r It inAY
be hItr i i i tI A ti,1t I li-it the
I; lCt1 1. t-fraeIstC la
I f ft A t!!-- ii~% j e't laway
.1 ~ :itt
It'I:.*i*i L N A .It ito make

Ii in. 11., 114 ; :jt' ig oil nerr
uclat- it ftc 11it 1,:,- i itet drunk.


liii ltit) 4



'i at l 111111 I 11,!.


it lpcs iteetfailing
40e't, iltte iWOO
I thtfif feahI,
r'ili cvculaeus, at
TI lIf i t of eigs
*tIft it kid tha
b)Icya ilan
1Iciving die
o" tititollea.


thl ll, Ail]IIIl, : i e ii A 8
l t;i:it, ri 1 ir.t!,
"l'h lit it.l i. l ,it i i tt ,io with your
i l t!i i i A..." i1 i t 11.1 i'-i t'ratt'.
"'c r ',,t'.r-.. .:< i n-ti' tlIt' pri -
OIl' A. a'1 t,';a. it: iItlLi ;i liai 'h. r pole
ai t l l.:pt ,;i t, ; i : ti 'r tlit' stripes
until I ",at Ii i .... ; r" ::i i .,-6 thought
I w' s.i l.,,..y." l:. I :,,\I Itlherki'man In
( i'nta o. "

HE WORKED THE BANKER.
How t ( let<.r toerli.sitnl killed Two
Bird-. Wilh tOne little.
It,. tititl a wIl';ltiv lal i.ev llalait In Par,
is w 1;,, : l l : li tM'lltt' I U.IiIe'SS With
.l11p1:11 \\x ;!s infitIIn a il i that a lprtominent
lirii iin Yii k h.i ltin: l, aI faihital, but the
iini; if l th, tit In. cli iol' nut learn,
thlilluh hi. W0is 11,til i \H i, tUS to as:er-
l.i.I \% h-.thr it \;, h4lit-tile \\% ith which
hle dI l 11.-I t Itf his lo .ii -ss in that city.
II, e..-l(thl !.l\at lr:irti the truth by
.itlli.i;, l fut il tall \ve w. t to the
ini. :; \v.wll kn,\\ Iltanklr. who had
r' it. i' l it i n a nt1 l I' a11 le ted himn
t, i~, I t it. in o ii.' .r tilt ili u to be im .
"I i I .t1 \ rVy li; I tlhingI to do,"
r'- ,. i l h ,.- l,;I-al it. ," la. Il lr iiewt l I
lvl .hi, i tl. .!!.tl itf I I t: e P i ttlthe u ullt
I l l ill Ilil' s,"11 i,'-,] hl ibility."
'I '. 'I l;,il -' l. ut iu v ilu
.'*lI t,,ilt: t Iti. t eld, ilt pr|1sk1ed thOu:
" I .. u.' 1. ,i a list of
l,. ii.s in \ k. ,. I l I will askn
I ,i It, li.k i h. h it ;i l lht.ue to tell
ill". \\ iliIi, l ,hit 41tii.i any n uie,
%\ ttt l, tl,' tl i an,,t thie,. i:iin .i o lfthe irm
\sh h lii li. :i:l il .|11 ; in it. Surely
1.4' -., 1 i *',; r. "(for if I do
SI- l;..I: I!: .t.;l\ I I cf.olh t be held
S:~' l-l :" :.:.!. Tihe banker
i ''.... ',. :i l, 1 -l I. hinded it
i i',.; ,,,i :- ': l<'d i-s there."
"1~ :! I *., *! lha. il ," replied the
'',.ti i r t it is tl. firm with
...l.. I ,l i -s," h \\ inlg him a
"I'l! lh,.\\ do P-,u !,H.,w that is the
':1 l', l 1.,- f: ih'4d?" asked the
' \ 1; I I i l ll'l 'l'l r .
"\ r.\ s];. ',*." r.'llivil tlt, Umerchant
t lh:, I Ii JIMIII, N. 1 111 ih list only one
' Mili'. (l th:tt f hi1in lr l\ith which
dlI llu. -.s. ll tihe utht-rs are flcti-

sitpl lh, > w%.,uvi) and \\.i IIkI, oil the CoW
S\ I '. n, I. l 'l,['l It
SV i 1 .. I v. 25w .


%A. Iemaaht.rljii-" t no~e.is ed Iiti'cr Iabkets

lit

~ttI. it it I t il lt ll l


Kic-


Rink ~Fft&
-4 *t.*t
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~at and ~ke~Cayha1.;~.
JA~ the Frub ci aD kiede.
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17 WUWOErE mnd
HF* VA MAAN*iEW AN of HIGH GRADE

M o- arn F Mattrmes
Dmabr in Seo im l m tm e am= A bmm.
Tow Old PFumftre Made as Good m New
IBeNbSt. amd biw Ave. Daytos, Fla


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
3. LsM eBAN, Proprietor.
*S .. .... -m--.._.
Mou g S Turning, Inside
WGr M~I i -CoIDmiM. Pon-hCouls70a.d
k n W" llMad to Order. Phome 70.
4-19 MAYT 2WA. FLAMUA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY,
owe aBACB 8TMEET
Has a Seleet Stock at.....
DRUGS FOR P BCBIPTIOIB, PATENT MEDICINES, BRI'SHES,
OOMS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perhtmery ad PFancy Toilet Articles.


PST=b IAMAN~*, MuWT.


DR. J. M. JON proprbtor, ca be conmlted proleasionally during business
hours of iboWe aM ys, 9*00 to 10:30 a. in.; 2:34) to 4:30 p. m.

D We are prepared to deli-
wo Iver on short notice any
kind of dry Wood. Our
Srice is right. Drop a
postal and we will call. EARLS & COLEE. M,..AAve..

WOODE OAk and Pine.

liOrders Promptly DIlivered
CE.M. SNOW,corir tPa t. St.
and .lle iew Ave.




Saintaty Plumbing

Steam and Hot *

Water Heating. *


Agent for the Ericsson





NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kill Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Floring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shinglee and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49.
Mae olNa Ave. Wd F. E. C. Ry. (West of P i.stoffi.e.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.



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OCEAN STEAMSHP CO. WHAT CAME
"Savannah Line." OF A KISS
PAWT FREIGHT AND LUXUVIOU3 dABSER~XP3 EOUTE;TO i

New York. Boston and the East .",,.olly -"
"What, Tommy'.,"
.r. *7'.. ^-- "Mother has gone to market. I mXlM
?< '. *,'' <^ !go to busialness and stay away a whole
*, ,'/ e%.J week without seeing her. She has
gone off without a ki---
S"That's too bad. Why didn't you,
c. *. think of it before she went out?"
"I didn't know she was going sa
soon.".


"WEIL I see nothlung for you to dt,, to eait. Jim?' Biijaniiin' here. anid
but j.o without the kiss." we'd best arrungeu about-the funerall"


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WALTERf


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial BEpress StalmhIpih.
Sailings from Savannah

THREESHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York. ni:\kin,-' I,.* \...e. m. io 1 rk-ltodto0 ..mbil .,, .:,m..
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BOUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm liA d
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida tzpress
MO WtE EAST.

The Chicago said Florida Special
The Florida Limited
15 TM 1NT AHA WN ST.


Pullmia Sleeping Car Line Ja'~.soenville to Cincinnati, via
Aheille, through "The Land of tl.. y "
Through trains via The Soutlh..ic; Railway are operated in
esasection with the Plant Systemn anI lilc'ida last Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and lHotJl lI uing Cars on all through
traias.
Ask fhr Ttskets via Soethera Railway. Corrspoadeee S0elletltd.


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(Copyright, tIU, by D. H. Talmedge.]
The worm turned on the morning of
Barnh Shaw's death. He sat upon a
box hidden from the street by a lilac
bush. His attitude was that of one
who mourns. but the expression of his
face was that of triumph. strenuously
GulAlnli. A hand was plau d oil his


shoulder pretently., but he, did nut look
Up.
"Yes. Martha." he said.
"WVon't you ticome in iand lhaive a lite


orizl_
"1'1i .\'uc iL4.' '-e t !t-el 'i.c la.-'"
'.\c."
"\\h didn't y.u:"

.I'l' 1 1 i i.L;il ti y.'cll l..l\e k,,it W hlit
tldo,.hU'l ,1'.loiI to e ci all tine Week'?"
\iW c liil i I ; .. i ; .1 : *
'Thlir'i is Iiit le'. I h.', llt Call do

-WhaKitts't.
"l;lt It Ii k lu Ilire."
"Thai;t holilli't gIe right."
"**I o .tioul tuinik it would be right to
kLe'le it '"'
liTire Is a:t lug allenk.c, t the .ind
uf vc'.tli Molly said: "Walt till tee
iill .0\.%. I'll .' If I can't gi e it t.i
let-" ulite'r tchielln ."
'It w''ould ha.i\e ol ly been of ii-, It
hilr I l''iI.r' iI .\ r t'ililr i."
"''I !:s'li It it '. \1 til tile.':'. t dfthc'cs Iti'tc-d
to tee citil mlie'
"It isn't worthless."
"Btil .ii jli-t atidi it \vwi.
"1'0o iithtil'. Silic.- .l ( dId iijt. de'-
liver it I iltist hlia\' it lick."
AlotiliT .-ilt.'lit'., :at tihe.- lil '(f which
Mully .said:i
"Le'lt's a ~k yvour li.tl helr \ 1 hit tc do.
with it."
Ti' liinxt eaviiih ,; l'ffre' thn niotlwrh
W iilt lii t;:iirs to ll-) -dl Tl'eiihiiy -alil:
"MNtither. \\h.lin wIt-ut away laitl
MoillLy I 1 t :i k- \v ilth Mi/l I.1.
vo. i Si, ilt '' -, l it itc t ,ii. N1. \\
wet.' .hild likeI to have youl tell ius whil.t
. elic' thi ll do 1i\th it.'
T h' iie t e' ,i ..,I ;, ,e:.i : ,li to tihec.'
o(tli-r. Slit \\ :i. -r.i. ilt l ali .d,. f'l.ir
shtl, % ;-h-.d I,th \ lh lhVy IV \ ,lhhr
tol i li h .-i < hillrI. "1 \\ '11 .ik n. k l
kii-." 'ie' saiitl ; *c i.i s.-! ".i:;Il klite.p it
till it i. tlii, i Ii t:.,' ii l,,e ttli.,r
T ii I :'l. :' .... c, \l, .l! ;i' h t


l't I *'- tl,, k i- i, \l!e I 1i,. l c .' r t. c' i e'
it tc l',ci..'iy. \'It!1.i li-i li ly t'. ll
se tih'tl. liirinulic c : r' -hc I lad r0-
(e'.;',c < ,;8. .,l :c .,; Til7 t8 :edc.1 l, al
Isi -. all : ..,, \\ 1 \. :.. l. cl ti I.., c
turn,>,l. 1 A. 4lt It'tIl l.


T1he ccv ournstotodtup anid threw lback


1"That would make mother miserable
for a whole week."
i"True,. you deserve a whipping for
your careieaness. You unever attend
to anything propert-ly. Lit li.r you
mother or I must always Iw. looking
out for yoiu.*
-Triue' :guiu. Ylip, niust look out for
We H11W.-
*'Wbut do you :z.evi;l by that?',
~'Acia imust give m~otlier the kiss for
U"'...
'I will giv.e her at kiss for you, but
It will leW ltoo Kokd. Y1411 Sliolild havit
ut tt -iide'ulto tl,. Itat tel eeiat'l'and
sai'ed iher the -U*lappl~celtisllelt. Now'.


,,What kiss?"
-I Ield Y4111 I cc' 'cilt! Live-'her a ks.
'*tih 't. ilt youer e.'.% it. I %%*.;l it lt e1t oltc
giv of~eIcea el invo.-
**lleecc ':tm 1 o le ,:q .etupid?''
*1 w4 t ill tee it eto ill'111!'.I al
"Wetll. I t4-le'e'l"t
1'. ilin t oii '' 't tile ooL, cer. jeiat W% ari
gen'itly a I otit! It'u .-I. %a t. eJ rl'w le'r to-




As si4soull '. ''eeiN :1ii had jvi cll :1'.1.I1l14,
ki%%I~e lie ral1 I'l i. I i, c:lt :1 el'.14 -;t.t e14
hedlt- 't cti lt. o .' ii. Te i m t- l v hs
111 4911 141, ;t lle In

"Cone?' And ivvith-ut .a kiss."'

"i e t' lroi..- ie dlle'N'e *rv'1!11c. :1. !-it c14i



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tltie 'e1.41 'It.Ii ee. i4c i Ie t. I h r

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tlat' T~t-lie-ti hetva' t'I l .vf t tit,, :-, wicli
litr. utIia %i't, i'.' L11ie .'ll. lit 111)tli't
ttli~t-l tW e reto -, ) %.I l 1leA t 'i-ic'. :1lc* It
Iclic e1'iI 1vli he'r c1c4-111 ts-Ict Ilc itv

itteiiltiit o iie a .. '.q lice c i cc. i.
t llpei 1it SO, 11t0 1-lhteu I i t .-L:1I' it-
U to I. ofi14Ila .% .ic 11.1 ., ell lit- :1.1 ;e'ei
ili li it %% 141 lv 1 0 ;,eII.cli ,. d!. it, eI'IItil\

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Lt it Iitc I*cl al 4.a V l I-t !- :111,1 I -.
ii el"Ct .I'le.cit Icc. 8 It 1Ac ii, I:,
day'licce' 'cccl. ,%.etii ,'. ... !idi t.,; c tiii.:

theil144.' ti lt' Ic t! Iei It Ii I. .'! t -'i

Sal 11141. 1 'lc Icc Ie'tI Ihrt 1,,-- c11 .:1 ci .1 1-111
bttii.. ~ 1e,.t qe'Iit'lkk tIci1i;, ei" t ;Ie
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do%% [I't. Si l-lKI e ., lie .i !-. Icc i lce jcli
(.r. %Cvl tc-t. ot-t:m th cii- il 1i
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I:. ':! :. ; :dl. knotty hbaid-
r, .. ',.. I .n ::.: t ,I'.i,'l.i a \. hit, i
\t i.i e :.' I ;i. li t c\\ ;lit il .ai l tI-ibL
i1.- l,.'I e,.* 3,. ', \ c.c'r lrilifiii iigi
v. .. :A o 1 tie ': i I l ilri -.
,'\ I l i11.; 1 V a t r'. l : i lth l. T hiret
Li I a I I tie-il,.IU l\ '..i l l i ce'.'I. I
:.i ;i liari ti i.: i it' it ,In t. 1
t\\,i:ll I1c I, elr nili. illil l'\, e ,,t i')
,.' \ i '.* .* t I ith 'rl'' it lt.ihal'
li. ice'. S i hc.cl it all I '1."r lim11ere tll:iii
cl'.l \ ,.il -. :iild I tha.ink i tlh l' l'..eril
I.oil "ce', lwi'er -T a. tiVhlllli the iev'q. it
I IS is ii't.aclti>ie' 1li1 hler. 'lin L'ii
ifr.iibl I'll :a ->irt 3 e It -'Tib.t' ;ilid 'thi'r-
..-.. \l: liih:. 'I.e i.cf lit thei lasL I wur-
i.l *I. ,.ii-b h .tile.lt' ,i .r I'ur l '.u't o.ut
a!:l i0 l it aill. "'Twaili'l i t )o ;-y illat-
to r h,.,li"i ill. Soet.iii.lliit-'< '.Lhe.i l my
l. c. \\ .,- Iij,,-he 01,..; 'stie'.e r.i'e than t'oJi -
1i11 :1c i I.e ..:.- !;1.k piuilii:' tee.tl f r lilt. to
i l i fic.;:,h thllili t lt ir what aL rickety
, .l I i; h:iliPii l'ir r p' tilatioli i S the
;11 .r 1 : ,111 I'oust \\was Ibuilt on."
lit Idr. \\ a loi l i br t.lith.
Itut I eltilln't. ii shl sl ited ais hap-
1 ;l' t -0 -3f -ati.-,iid ;is a : child. "Jin-
i.ie.. -i. -h!' toii li, wlt'n her br-uth
\. !i.a 1 it. 'lit. as i n hlicpe. y3 "u'd(
1i, !.,I ihirn-t. I 0lul't kllun w \\h:it
.. 'i: ,ti, th \\ i l e. ut it it w/!i't be
fe' :,,;ii. dl.;r. a;il l I'll be. w aitii' to,
s.ii t cc!l' ier i c-.h' tltre..d.' A nhl
l I thoi ught. I iays: 'I'll ..,,'
S.<.;. ..tii tiak i e.i fre It Ill -
S.I -1 l i' right tip. '.No. 0eu
,'a .1. iicc .-' i;t5 sit' ". 'Nc,' Qwis I.
', I1 ei; iihat I'd saidl. liii., I 'lan't.
A:i\ \!I .h1- s ink bact'k. llliii"n' the
'.;l l.et sniled- more than forty

lit- -i-:' r l,. anuid forward iuipewuous-
S;,lid Ilahintedl ii kiss o(i his leathery
.vdek. DLAVID H. TALMADGE.


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North

Trcc our s;4wd 'nfoualt Corn
W. hiskey at $1.141 per galloiL
V .- art. sit unt*41inI ht- bpmtut
lare- iiid. tt I cn u4hilipptly it with
W.. buvce .'411writepr viin. ft fr supply
mi 11I.no %%,- popgeseill'I.v--I v.z aran tree~
W-preima Ie erwnsgnr liige a ndH 1111 .'p
W--' uriiramo- al' ~ie I i ueII..(n. flottId everye u~



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hi. ,.eoulders..
"I made all the arrlnigenimetit.. Mar-
tha. Iwfore you i'nfe."
SHis sister gazed at him, a blwilder4l
exprt-ssion in her eyes. her tongue tied
with sudden ainnazeinnit. Brother Jim
had .a'tu:ally gone ahi'ld :tild donell
iuniethilngi on Ii3 own relionsibility.
Jim Shaw. '4."iling her wonder. indeer-
stoodl tlad miled.
"Yes. Marth.t; I think I'll look after
my ovwln affairs now." There was Il
lunsaillit's hesitation. :;d l li4e l,'ar,'dsl his
thr itt iervoutlly. lthi t1catt d:iwn lithe
lbox ;ail:iii-. "i',ort i lrt re y-::rs coin'e
next ;Saturday al:lliy aind tile 1 i\'vd to-
getheli without e>'r a hlitch worili
u1 i Wtiinlillii. W'e fiugiht iour lt;ivls
agaiinlSt tihl world -i <|i, y slh. :It l:i.S :
-is c -ilo tt: illiart Wi.lltii likil" Ier
:iiand aI i it likc, lie '- '. iiell. Slit w.:i. :s l-
w;iys :i little :tlih-;d i t t ile'. A.lly il- i
tis it il!:lge1 '11 t11e .11il Sli l W .as till-
smalirte'-.t of u1s tl. Slite hali what's
4e:ilhd 1 xNiutivi\e :'tIllity. She wlent
ahl.;i:l 'itnd dloim' tlhii.gs. I didn't. It's
lt'iii tnM i talk fl.r forty y-1ar;."
"lo'i'e %til think folks ex,:il,:o: rt:!l d
ulli.. Ith i ?"
"l:x;igg'r:ited? I.:tand. nieo M.any hthe
tilll' li:. s -lie' tlihrl\l li ir hlited l;ac'k
:iinil -:iid I, l't ,: '.l:i te- S. i 'haw 't" V;.. s
li ee .i. l '' l.0u l'.'s |l',\ il-lit'e that 3.o1
Ii:irri'. l i1 .. If et v-ie h l l.ie 't. I don'l t
kir.w \v i:it w ,c' iil l hetl i r!t.i,'l of yl i.'
I '-.,<- slit-. lSi t'l~ r i-,ii.idl ul" Iln h'iil'ttlei i.s iO t. 'ee-o SA:ll.% ''
''T l'\vi:. clil l-Tr vny'.. Jhil.'"
"1 kiiu, it. I -iii't la i\il l it ii liong;iinst
li I'. "ll 'oilel la'e kili'd lher Iiing
i.1.l ,c ; ,if Ii liiif' I :i in tiii lg hadi hap-
i i ',! I I:, i I i r 1 .. Si :.wa isn't
he-l!iii"ii el O\*i'l lii ii, nl ii hT s iloll.rrs
t.i l<',i> II l'rI iI l :illin' lio%% ii .;iild
lli. .:* li -I III li' l i ll ,, l l ; S1-OW .
l e !l .8.' ; .4. tc 1e il i- : iit lIes i l l.

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"'M. ,t aill lhIt.- i.> I,, life'."' li- r.-
Mlllt el :itc a ill ihl i ;al. 'i thl tlliilli

.,11 "0 11 l ilt- ll ri l lo l'l'\ Ih illit
lii-l iil l tlr' Iho l f i ll'l eli le' Ille t
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DIXIEE FLYER C

During September and (I


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Tejj. Veckly S,*Iings

J-ACE'SO .,VILLE and NE* w~
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TH4E FINL'sT 'STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Soathera

JACH-4ON V I LL. BO8TcpN AND PROV1DXNCIE.
AND AULL ASTEKM POINTS.

51:11 I.ai-KLNySAILINOM ,
S~cuthbl..inui Froem Lewis Wharf. UI
Northboiind f rom f.)(4 Catheiiac sire t. Jack5
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Betwee-n Jacksonville ;,'id Satnford
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