The Daytona gazette=news

Material Information

The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title:
Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
29.207222 x -81.037778


The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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?

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
27730702 ( OCLC )
002059610 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 93059208 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Daytona daily news
Preceded by:
Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text



Da7fthao Fnorida, Nw. 69 .1902


Sref Ma your cothge and rooms
the winter remember that we have just
goods you want.



W. H. EDMOND ON, Manager.

I Noth Bob shtelet

C. C Barnes

at the Novel
for anything in the following lii

Musical Goods
Toilet Articles
otg Goods
BdCages rand
WTdow Shades

%pamd Wiley's ChocolateM always fremh.
l0 paired. All sorts of tools and marhi
Pktumre Frames Made to Ord

Why! Call on B

- -- -- -- -- -40 00**j@m*ems

Phone 9

Ity Store

me: viz
Artt'a Supplies
Pocket Knives
School Supplies
Notions B
lowing malhinea for sale,
inery repaired promptly.


lO00ea1*seaae seem:


fr. 0. lorton Marcus
The Well Known

Eye Sp 0alitt and

Oculist's Optician.
hap returnedd and can be consulted on the Eyes4
at No. 8 South Beach St., next to Moore Bronw.

lIladm to Suit all Impaired Eyesight

New Lenses Put in Your Frame
--.- ----- --- --- 60 000 0W --- --- w --- --


,7T permon wamte to deal with is the kind that keeps all kinds of
ley grourie as well as the staples.

Complete Fresh Stock

Tea wll always And on our shelves. We know what you want if your
wmsare what anybody else walts. If you want an1) thing else we
W agt it for you on reest. *

A new line of Fishing Tackle just rcccivecd.





Swaoe one the High School
entertaaedl the entire High
I the hooe of Mrs. Edmondson,
o'. When the boys arrived
Richards, the principal, they
0* moom full of ghosts, and then
Sme fuan, for the boys had great
In deciding which was which.
tiir and the small gills were
gmuMed, eait the rest.
ON the ghosts were unmasked
eumpany visited the wit4-h in
- den. Oim lights threw red
s-adows over the mous and
S n ti grinning skull near the
i. With wlerd songs and incu-
).* witch drew for thle fortunes
dead which were noth revived
IOf roum the dead usually are,
ble t of laughter.
k-aM.ato were served on the
SlSortaMnw were told in te
W0Pa seasons to every Hallow-
Me enBiar departed, d tar
Ie i Bdwa sodMe a royal

of Florida is solid for Harris
r. Harra for the Storida
S. &.. mw mawarm-


We have received a copy of the Canon
City (Colo.) Union Labor News. In it
we find the following item in reference to
a former popular Daytonian, who still
has interests here: "Gray hounds can
outrun rabbits, but E. F. Mansfield of
this city, is the "Florida rackerer" who
scores first blood in running bunny
down w ith a bicycle. This lie did a day
or two ago on the toll road to Victor.
The spokes of his front v heel were well
decoruted with bunny's fur."
Eb. is the proprietor of the Canon City
Sanitary Compamny, and is doing a
flourishing business.

If the rest of the world only knew
what a bright, happy State this was,
how glorious our climate, how fertile
our fields, and how diversified our coin-
meres, Florida would be so packed with
honmieeekers that there wouldn't le a
spot left to loaf in. liomeseekers are
what we want, too, not lazy ad ventures
who cannot make a success of life any
where, but the hard working artisans
and husbandmen who unde stand that
success follows labor and are willing to
pay its price.

Rinawbam & Maley, the enterprising


"HBAr's" caadiM frsh At Clark's
Jewry Stor.
Nemy T. Titm weat to Titausile
Tmday, teruning Wednesday.
W tt wanted by white gir lan
Private miily. Address Box 18, I)ay-
ton,F. it
eM BRash arrived Tuesday from
rOulM Oad is assisting ia his brother's
gro store.
OiMrs. Dougas has e revived a new
lot of fancy trimmed'hats, and all kinds
of triummingB.
Capt. Geo. P. Gleason, of the East
Coat Oaal Co., was in the city a few
days this week.
I,.The Gramling Bakery is prepared
to make cakes for parties and receptions
on abort notice.

Street Commissioner French reports
that the work of draining Midway is
l nicely.
(Wifliam Atwood left Wednesday for a
[trip down the coast as far as Miami. He
will return Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Barker went to Oak
Hill Wednesday on a visit to friends.
They expect to return today.
E. F. Knappe attended the regular
monthly meeting of the county school
board at DeLand Monday evening.
County Commisioner T. L. Rodgers
went over to DeLand Wednesday to at-
tend the November meetingof the board.
B. F. Hough returned Friday of last
week from Philadelphia, where he went
to consult a surgeon regarding his arm.
J. A. Clements, of Seareport, Me., is
expected to arrive tomorrow. Mr. Clem-
ents is one of our regular winter visitors.
Gove & Strother have thrown out a
quantity of shell so that property holders
may have an opportunity to fix their
W Have you tried the rye bread from
the Granmling Bakery?
Mrs. Theo. Attwill, her daughter, Mrs.
F. J. Mills and two daughters, of Lynn,
Maw., are ot'upying room over Mrs.
Douglahm' millinery store.

Ikt'Call and see that new kokak devel-'
oping machine at Barnes' Noveley Store.
City Collector H. F. Doughla went
over to DeLand Wednesday to arrange
his books preparatory for the payment
of state and county taxes.
I'For sale cheap, a ladies' bicycle.
Address Box 290, Daytona, Fla.
The Sunday school of the Baptist
Church will give a missionary exercise
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Regular
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
I WDelicious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
A recent letter from Rev. Graham states
that he is enjoying good health and get-
ting along nicely with his studies at the
Baptist Theological Seminary at Louis-
ville, Ky.
i.The Gramling Bakery have a line
of home made candies, nuts anvid fruits.
~'1Spectacles to suit all impaired eye-
sight, from 50c up-Dr. Marcus, Eyesight
Specialist and Optician, Beach St., next
to Mrs. Moore's. Eyes examined free of
IWF'Whole what bread at the Gram-
ling Bakery every day.
J. W. Wilkinson and Dr. E. L. Potter
drove over to Deland Sunday, return-
ing Monday. They report that the road
is quite muddy between here and the
county seat.
NiWDo vyo know where I can get some
pound cake? Why, yes, the (irniling
Bakery has as good as you ever ate.
M. J. Murphy, accompanied by his wife
and mother-in-law, came down front
l'alatka Wednesday. Mr. Murphy is the
gentleman who recently purchased
E. E. Starkey's residence at Se&breeze.
I"rThe biggest school tablets you ever
saw for a nickleat Barnes' Novelty Store.
Mrs. H. T. Howard and three children
arrived from DeLand yesterday to join
Mr. Howard, who recently purchased an
interest in Morrison's grocery. They
will oc store.
itWBaskets, buckets and bags of a
kinds for lunch at Barnes' Novelty Storv.
The street cinnmissioner desires us to
call the attention of the property owners
on Beach street to the fact that it is
against the city ordinances to burn
rubbish on the package. A nuniber are
violating the ordinance.
I_..The Gramling Bakery will put up
lunches for fishing parties on very short

W. Budd.Jr.. traveling auditor for the
Florida East Coast Ry., was in Daytona
Wednesday between trains checking up
Agent Jibb's books. The looks at this
station are always in tiptop condition.
so Auditor Budd can do his work in an
hour or so.

For this mouth only Dr. Marcus, the
optician, will sell the present 5.00 gold
filled spectacles for $2.50, and examine
your eyes free of charge. 8 8. Beach St.,

Ex-Mayor Ludwig is busy building a

Wrice cream today and tomorrow
at Mills'.

Mrs. L. H. White left Wednesday after-
noon for a few days visit with friends in
Jasper Brown went to DeLand Wed-
nesday with the election returns from
this precinct.
Jack Flinn, of Palatka, president of the
ElPerlecto Cigar Company, was in the
city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrns. A. K. Brohaw are the
happy parents of a son, which was born
last Saturday.
II"The Gramling Bakery bread is
health bread because it is absolutely free
from anything injurious.
Mra. Jefferson arrived from Westerly.
R. I., yesterday, and is again occupying
the H. W. Stillman house on Beach St.

The Halifax Wagon Worts has just
turned out a new delivery wagon for J.
E. Rush, and it "takes the wholebakery"
for beauty.
Mrs. E. B. Moore has had a neat look-
ing porch added to the front of her mil-
linery store to protect the pretty hats
from old Sol's rays.
John K. Maley and sister, Miss Flor-
ence, returned Monday evening front a
month's visit with friends and relatives
at Williamsport, Pa.
WThe Daytona Creamery will sell
milk for 10 cents per quart, beginning
November 1. To insure filling, orders
should be placed early. 2t
Peter Carellas entertained his friend,
James F. Smith, of St. Louis, last Sun-
day and Monday. Mr. Smith is a pro-
fessional bicycle rider.
t.-It's about time to think of l:laving
your house fixed up. K..t & (winnei
are artists iu painting and1 ilztr liuung-
ng-better consult them.
John L. Odum lhas erected a building
14 by 18 feet north of his meat market,
which will be occupied by C. B. Odum as
a fish and oyster market.
li~"'You push the button" and do the
rest with the new developing machine.
Harris can furnish you with the outfit.
Studio Peck Block. 'Phone 91.

Deer and bear seem to bequite plentiful
in this neck-o'-the-woois. Recently
Jasper Brown, the veteran hunter, killed
two deer and two bears few yards north
of Kingston.
E. J. Mills has just received an k'e1
cream packer. It contains a porcelain
tub in which the cream is packed, and
with a liberal supply of ice can be kept
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chittenden arrived
Saturday last from East Orange, N. J.,
where they have been sending the sunm-
mer, and are very pleasantly quartered
at the Parkinson House.
W-i"Star" Brand shoes are better.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ennis will spend
the winter at Covina, California, instead
of at Daytona as their usual custom.
They started from Hastings, Minn., last
Friday. The Gazette-News follows thel.-
IraSmnith & Son claim their niens'
clothing a trade winner; try them.
Mrs. C. A. Hamilton arrived Wednes-
day and is occupying her hiandsone hoine
at Silver Beach. Mrs. Hlamiltomn has
spent the sumner visiting with friends
at Montreal. Canada, and Milwaukee.
II'Get your money's worth, "'Silver'"
shirt-that's it. SMITH & SON.
Schmidt's Villa has always leen up-to-
date, but it is now more so than ever.j
Electrician Pettepher has been busy thif
week wiring it for electric lights, anf
landlord Scnhmidt will soon have ever
thing in readiness for his usual lig wintti
i'Large stotk of Ilk' novels by pop-
ular authors at ('lark's.
R. S. Maley has a new ad. in this issue
of the (Gazette-News. Mr. Maley enjoys
the distinction of doing the largest husi-
ness of any iterehant in l)ayt ;i. lie
carries a complete stock of everything
in the hardware line. and make '**i'ron1mt-
ness" one of his motto. .
I'rFresh bread every morning at thIit
Graniling Bakery. "It's the kind
mother used to make."
Edward Fitagerald. the hustling young
editor and proprietor of thie Daytona
Gazette-News, was in IDelandI yesterday
with a load of tine half-tone engravings
that are to be used in his special edition
that is to be issued early next month
This edition is Iwinsw printed at Plaiit'.r's
printery.-lDeLand Siupplement.
i' l'ry Mills' clan chowder.. 11- haIs
it every Saturday.

.Janwe Carnell of Ornnmod was in town
the early part (of the week. He atnie
over to enter his daughter at Stetsotn
university Mr. C'arnell is well known
throughout Florida as a prominent
mason as he is now serving
his second term as Grandi Master. and
throughout the United States as the
manufacturer of til best guava jelly in
the world.-DeLand Supplement.
Ir('all on Barnes at the Novelty

1ev. J. B. Hawk returned lastSatur
day evening from his visit to the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Worts wee among
the arrivals Tarnday. Their hammer
home is at Toledo, Ohio.
Hon. Thomas Goodall arrived Thuer
day, amd is oenapying his Memmnt
winter home across the river.
An entertainment is being prepared
for the benefit of the public library and
the school library. Watch for the date.
C. H. Helms arrived from Kirkevtile.
Mo., Thursday. Mr. Helme is a regular
winter visitor, and has a host of friends
who welcome his return.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Miller, of Ro-
chester, Ill., accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Parsons, of Dunceaon, Pa., were
among Thursday's arrivals.

Fine Foo


It will be several days before the com-
plete vote in the State_" the coastitu-
tional amendments will be known. Re-
ports so far received indicate that the
Supreme Court and Circuit Court amend-
ments have probably carried by a small

E. M. P. Holt, one of our popular reg-
ular winter visitors, arrived the latter
part of last week. lie tried his luck
fishing Tuesday with very gratifyingre-
suits. In one hour and thirty minutes
he landed three 20-pound and one
16-pound sea bass, and one 5-foot shark
from Keating's Pier.
Winter rates on the parlor cars of the
Florida East Coast Railway went into
effect the first of the month, much to the
regret of many who have occasion to
travel over this road. The summer rate
just lhmed, was a great convenience to
the traveling public, and resulted in a
large patronage for the parlor care.
The Mises Grace Stewart and Julia
Kingston very pk'.isantly entertained
their fi iend.i4 it n llnllowot'n party at
the S.' Inn last Friday evening.
Tlihe guests were nceived at the door by
four .haitrming young ladies attired in
shc.ts. Thei evening was devoted to the
usual games suitable for the occasion, at
the close of which a very delicious repast
was served. After refreshments the dif
ing room was cleared and the company
given an opportunity to trip the light


A total of 131 votes were cast.
Chas. L. Smith led the ticket, receiving
100 votes.
I )aytona cast two votes more than


Mrs. Belle Harding returned on Thurs-
day from a visit to friends in the North.
Col. C. C. Post made a short business
trip North last week, returning on. Sun-
James Baggett of Merritts Islandt
spending a few days here as the t
of his father, W. A. Baggett.
Mr. Stuhbbs of St. Augustine has accep-
ted the position of forman of the Wil-
liams Publishing House, and took charge
this week.
William Morris and wife arrived on
Wednesday. and will reopen their mani-
curing parlors at the shell cottage on
Ocean Boulevard.
Miss Russell has returned from the
Cum1wrland Mountains, where she has
ieen spending the summer, and has
leased C. F. Iturgman's house for the
C. A. Ballough who has ieen North
for some time past has returned to Sea-
lbreea and will spend the winter here.
He has leased hi's large stone house to
Mr. Ball of Ashbury Park whn will run
it as a hoarding house this winter.
Mrs. II. 1.Seagrave Adams who has held
thl position of society correspondent at
the .AsiinwalIl Hotel. Ienox, Mass.. dur-
ing the lIast season, is expected home (ion
the 1tlh. and will be at her cottage on
the beach after that nate.
C'harles ('righton who will manage the
Colonnades Hotel for Palmer & Shears
this winter arrived last week with sever-
al of his asistants, and is busily engag-
'ed in, putting the. house in readiness for
coming season. S. E. Morris formerly of
the Taimpa Bay. will have charge of the
ihil iard room and barber shop. Charles
Cot'l.w is head porter, and Van Norwic-
kani. ant efficient electrical engineer, will
lu;ve charge of the light plant. All the
hI-lpi this season will be white.
'I'e llalifax Brick and Tile Company
i"f S-abreezw was recently incorporated
w ith a capital stock of $25,0(0. The
officers are '. I'. Lund, president and
treasurer: J. i). Marsden. vice-president;
F. A. Miann. secretary. The principal
i,,Ije f;ature of brick and tile, but the charter
1.4'ii)ns everything that can bemade front
clay. so that as the businesegrown other
branches may be added. The clay beds
of the company are located about nine
miles above Seabreeze, on the Halifax
river. The brick produced )so far are of
very superior quality, and the clay has
1proveid to lbe imia*Allv well afdanhte for

Do you need a new fall Suit?
We have it; also a new stock of Dutebses Troamers. You ea's lip
'em nor pol off a button.
Outing flannels from 8% cents per yhrd up.

Shirt waists and skirt goods Is flamwis, cloth and broadelek.4

New silks and velvets in all the latet novelties


electionn at Daytona pased off very
quietly. There being no opposition for i

any office except that of justice of the
peace for this district, very little interest
was taken in the election, and conse-
quently a very light vote was polled.
One hundred and thirty-one voters alto-
gether cast their ballots, an unusual
number of-them being colored.
J. 1'. Thomas defeated C. R. Cox for
justice of the peace, the vote standing 46
to 74. Very few voted either for or
against the constitutional amendments.
For the first amendment 20 votes were
cast; against, 12; for the second amend-
ment 19; against, 14.
The full Democratic State and County
ticket was elected, there being no oppo-
sition to it.

ti'Mrs. Douglass has received a new
lot of fancy trimmed hats, and all kinds
of trimmings.


The following facts and figures are
gleaned from the tax books for 1902,
whick'h have just been completed by Tax
Awiessor Wilson and turned over to
Collector Smith:
Total assessed valuation of Volusia
county property:
Real estate.............................. 2,010010
Railroad and telegraph......... 875 686
Personal property.................413... 43 )
Total valuation............$.....3,334 3264
The regular county levy is 13% mills,
yielding a revenue of $13,(615.7-about
$1,00) more thau for 1901). The subl
district school tax amounts toa$ 5,219.03
in addition to the above. Deland is the
richest sub-district, receiving $1,421..5
from this tax.
The state levy this year is 3 mills, ande
Volusiacounty will contribute $1<(;,;71.-
G4 toward state expenses.
There are 5s2 registered voters on the
tax roll, adding $5.S2 to the school fund.
This is an increase of i1; over 1901.
The total assessment for 1901 was
$3, l:1,73>, or 220,(00)0 less than for
The assessment on railroads and tele-
graph lines, which is made by astateconl-
mission, is s..:t39 less than in 1901.
The mileage is the same for the two
years, but the assessitnlt hlias, we under-
stand, been reduced all over the state.
-lheLanel News.

NlMotA. 0.toler 23. 1.902.
Noti'e is hereby given thatthe business
formerly carried on bly William Atwood
has been sold to Messrs. W. Maxw'ell
Hlankins and I. (G. Bradley. who will
continue the saime underthe name of The.
Atwood Parnmacy. in which I shall have
no interest, and to whio all bills should
Sintlade out on and after the above date.
Persons owing bills to William Atwood
are requested to pay same promptly., so
their accounts can he closed.

The Daytona Gamette-News nominates
for congress Capt. Frank W. Sams. of
New Smyrna. The captain has a host
of friends not only in this county but
throughout the district, who would give
him their hearty support, should he see
fit to announce himself. In addition to

Mr. 8tiling has moved bask to --M
after a successful summer's ba Io WB
the Harroun building.
Goodall boys did their duty dm s ,
lowee'n in the way of tea g lg
signs, etc. They worked hard Jor t
George Finley and Chat 0-1m --
clearing off a fine lot on Semabessm aia
ue, preparatory to the eretikoa d a
business block.
Prof. Hopkins returned Monday h j
a short visit north. He speut las h* w .
ter and summer at Bide-a-We eo& %
and is now considered a permaet ms not
Messre Herbert Wilson and Kllptrlk.
Palatka, spent a lart of Saturday A
Sunday at the Surf Crest. Mr. W-ee
rented Shingle Nook cottage for friend
in Kentucky for the winter.
. T. F. Whitteu left for southern resgisA
on the Yankee t)xslle, ha aday, eom
prosMw'-ting tour. He wi.l go as hr a sA1
K, y Largo, thoroughly nivesndg:.
the country from a buriaess poto ed;

Mrs. Fielder visited several paer" me
Monday, delivering copies of F oad a
in anticipation of the big eoameI to
come off shortly. We hope the HU bW
fund will be nImuhti iii'ensed by the pe.
ceeds from this entt.rt.aiuuiet.

I)remnakiiig! Mi-'s Moore, at 1 M
South Ridgew kinds of fashionathle d'remiuakingat very
reasonable rates. The ladies will do
well to consult her.


('olie Geiger, .f St. Augustine, is clerk.
ing for Blount & Stailon.
Z. 11. Bennett, of St. Augustilue, is oe-
cupying the Sumner cottage.
J. L. Howell, who spent the ssmuar
in Georgia and Alabama, returned Wed-
Mrs. Pinkerton is again at home alter
an extended visit to New York and

Mrs. John Timmons, from the pealm.
sula, has moved into Fred Smith's cot-
tage, and will open a bakery.

0. F. Baber, our genial depot a*&
and family, went to Astor Park t l
week for an outing of several weeks.

Under the supervision of Mr. arter,
a skillful mechanic from JacksuovW,
the Colby residence is going p raIdy.

Mrs. N. Pitts, accompanied ky hr
friend, Mrs. lloward,of JachenMevW i
Tuesday for her home at 'Juno, r
l'alm Bea. h.

A. I). Webster and wile, old-ime l.
dents oi Ormond, have returned to @p -
the winter. They will occupy MitheNA.
tage on New Britain street.

Mrs. Joseph Jeff,- who stopped ow a
few days, en route to her whlms ur a
Hobe Souad, left Thursday.-

rF :




i Omot Find
TeM Want,...

00000000 bdubaLALML


B, PWomeM n Need

S- L pe Year in Adrance.
~ min e ea ne Eact gift mo of blo ei-mkl g inmaend or
Uddm10e ar Lne F:b Tme. am* nmmebok &MR Under. the scactmat
or wham Goblood k I3wa.)YUm& Ow lbsalga
iklwmmit Ow Nsteoce at Daytona, mpinamnWe omIn o f malowomm or palor.
2W vnef moilml ImDr.HarervIran Tonic
41mmobi as oeam Camu.Matter. IMD" wwomOmO obome~uw
weLUeof -Isotm~md olis Ofuemms
effbftrnday, Nov. 8. 190~2-.fee.o awn" wnutey sotse. It not eelY
sminoo mwlb. emoey mad beauty. but It is a
I a! aa awtewace for all afmemusupecu
limuter Tahbruo how' the1w a Hiner a 0 amIt u mommeI t remme.the
Ga1 mette-News for an le rW M&
uInOWtmd -hable wall neaxp of tile

TWm=Mft nlieaboymm Ol r. H a rter's

In4.whas nothing ttlistmm'
7- l bwfor i.Iron Tonic

Sinthandqrblitaesa ame, rgives tone am
h Florida Agrincltural tK.porineint tlitiiia tdommele ad liamen roumndou
S 'Mioam i as just imued a ,tu'llet in by II wastedUitmasadnoewithbevlgoroftheanr
'Cl F.|lawson on "lbhor:-ilK (ittll oussy'em. It helpsqutickly and just"assl
f u f b betan in very interit iit; to st' 'k Los of appetite. of ambition. nervousnem
Srl d will 1 elt ,n .i, bv paInls tihe bed back. kidneys.limbs. mus
a liuiaxiig the Station. at Lake ti6.
The follower its one a of thowands of almfla
eadorsamests that we have received:
e j mi f (al Houlton. Texas. Dec. 4.101.
The t4 iaue of Frdo: ,llilntl W "My father has used your medicine since lth
48 peg of highly illustr :.*.I tiait r War, ldwen I married In December. 187IM
forth 1B pmangw 0t1 n1141"of commced bosekewpin witbhone bottle of Dr
iil north th man-y al r.i ti, 1 Harter's Iron Toic, one bottle of his Wild
s* ea. t .(' F. Burginanit, l i'llsi- Cherr BlUtteM .atdo boxes of hislttle Lv.
n ., i og. ,",i..inte i n erPUlls. In a iw nearly sixt-two rearso
a 110atow aeco. L.> Mkrd I feel attached to the
-'ghlo ipii." old medliaesead would not chage them (Oi
SMrs.J. A. PicketL

1 3 0e last cait e1an ign tilil l p I bi 'ili 0uglm 6- N s*go isgl -ap 1
e. .1pdflnK I said iln stt i.'lt' t Eery bottle of Dr. Mar-
Wlen is r l -it .i i.- 1iw 1 ter's Iron Tonic ba our
he rsepubhcan party S too deal with the tru-ts. Tve. l,'. the-labeL Don'tacepta
S a be hown that thi-y g tl- t ls tie- uist Dr. Charter
-'ttirods. It it nfow sI i I!.. t ll' itit-ts TE O. OHARTEREDII ME OOMY
_A be eliended .0i I .b 41',.. il iL.e DYTON. OHIw
: s 1lii party. O w "1 in,. an, .el i._

e P1irtka Times-Heidd says: LEARNING A LANGUAGE.
ts Frank Sams. of i olusia may
theCongrwi. .iinal race of It In Comparatively Easy to Acquitre
--is a brainy ni a loyal a Working Vocbalary.
and a&good calup igner, but "It doesn't re itire lIany T:it length
allas Widely known as ,the.r Barr of time to learn a h:tigi:i e if one has
flVN M No,1Senator am -. ionoal% l4 patiencee" said a ihalln wh linls mlls-
ri" Ho, Sena~tor SlmU irolrllly termed several laniigu::.s'.. "-and when I
h .as well known as **MI.iild lhe- a.hear a 111an111 regret thi-t lie is inot able
Nmra, but where he is known to speak French or Ci'rmitan or Spanish
iso clean, and that is more or soFie otlier laingiaige ilunknoiwn to
e inhbesidof Barrs. If tl lsa0i1 himi I vlnnot (onc('.l riy aismuiiement.
atihouaecleaning were to l1mpu In nine cases out of ten I might say"
11a S IMin Jacksonvilk. its ar. in St. that the ien who express a regret of
*Lgb a _rmighthbetwrving Oth ta te this sort handle English very poorly
if that happens to be their language.
j a dibrelt calpaity thlian that of The chances are that their vocabu-
-am. laries are extremely limited, and it
would probably surprise them to know
that despite the advantages of birth
YVo KTI Wbat V" Arc Takidg and education they could not coinmmand
B lyou take Grove'fs Tastel.-s ('hill more than tX)0 or 700 words in English
base tihe formula i, plain.i If their lives depended upon it. Yet
ol every bottle' s1 win.g that it they are able to carry on intelligent con-
ron quini intaste versation, and many of them may be-
iro aad quinine in tastless come forcible and even axiomatic in
No Cure, No Pay. their savings, and they plunge into dis-
cussions of literature, art, music and
AN UNQUIET SPIRIT. other subjects of such fine elegance
and do it rather successfully too.
: Ul aoit rle-o L ibt That For Tesve "Now. how long ought it to take for
1r aminmiated Cape Nolr. a man to learn 000 or 700 or even 1.t00
Sr many years oni Cape Noir, the words In any language? Certainly it
1110eri point of Maria. a strange ought not to take any great length of
was seen, dancing and moving time, and from my own experience I
I the most unaecountlbile man- know that it does not. Of course I am
.A r me moment it would rise like not speaking now of mastering so that
4. e a t Are into the air. and at an- one can get the full benefit of an1 the
41 4fGte it would fall like a meteor. refinements of speech in a particular
'ft would seem to leap over the tonjiile.
l0 Iat an drep Into the sea, afterward "But I have in mind the idea of
SpeIrIt again in the sanie spot on speaking intelligibly in a given lan-
-0hl M lre. The habitants tell this gage and being able to understand
liry about It: perfectly what is said in return. I have
t the time of the war for the pop- a system which I have worked out, and
Seade at Canada a French vessel, it has beetn of vast Ibnefit to me and
S -Meed by an English warship has enah'lle 1e to learn a number of
Steslnd Itn course Into the h.:iV nt this languages. It occurred to me while I
g Mt for refuge. A boat was loer was in Mexico a few years ago on im-
N the side of the richly laden mner- portant business.
mnmpbmBn. and In this thirt',n men "I could not speak a word of Spanish
S-Mft rowed to the shore. Their ol- and could not understand the language.
eJMt was to secrete a chest of gold I concluded that I would learn the lan-
ibk they had brought with themn. On guage. My plan was simply this: I
S~ lgeft the point they drew lots to made up my mind that I would not re-
Oe which of the men should remain tire at the close of any day as long as
t 6 grd the treasure. The one to I was there without learning at least
Whem the lot fell was forced to swear three words in Spanish, how to pro-
ltimna oath. by land 11 nd sea. bIy nounce them and what they meant.
0ght and day, by the ruler of the That would give me ninety words per
ileM world, that he would Ibe faithful month, or something over 1.koo in a
05 tte trost through life. unls.s re- year's time."-New Orleans Times-
11es by his returning comnra.des. and lDemocrat.
.4 after death would liaunt the spot
So ode come to take a l aii place. po Look Out For Youer Pate.
SWo onriter in the Era. lsA contemporary a:lys "pate" is slang
o wsre r nthe fulfillmnt of this vow for he;d. It is. eh? Wherefore? Sure-
e wicked fuaciates tln of thereis ow ly the word is used in a trivial or de-
Put hlmu to death and buried him with rolatory sense. a3 noddle, noggi,. era-
plte tr i"1re. T. glidsty b in h h wat nuini brainlipali. 't.. but its origin is
pod to be t sirit of mur- nenlly respectable. Shakespeare
.man and mantobe pr the spirit of thesays th learned pate ducks to the
4p d m aby the hIlus of ree-erigt whe golden fool." Pope's epigram is good:
trese. ventured into the haunted rou beat your pate and fancy wit will
a fled In terror and t1ld blood Knock as you please, there's nobody at
m eiag stories of the horrible phan- home.
tem and frightful sights which they We have "bald pate" and "shave
Shad witanesed. The light Is seen no pate." Why, the word is used once In
. i r. PeIrhamps some adventurer the Bible. and by Dlavid. in Psalm lii.
beller than the rest succeeded in dig- 1i. "His mischief shall return upon his
Unserlon the gold. carrhld it off and own head, and his violent dealing shall
Sgaverest to the unquiet spirit, come down upon his own pate." Ac-
curately, pate does net mean the head,
B a c011.~ ^but the crown of the head.-New York

Bad Coughs
"There is one topic peremptorily for-
1 a bed cough f six ~-bidden to all well bred, to all rational,
fcl | te&coughfor Six mortals.'" says Emerson, "namely,
Si c Ad no relief ter dtemp I
| -I I i S Ayers Cierry Pec5 their dtepei It .vu have not slept
*M. Olye-feath of the bottle or if you have slept or if you have
K i-l i '." headache or sciatica or leprosy or thun-
LJ Newington, Ont. derstroke. Ibsoecch you by all angels
to hold your peace and not pollute the

dalwmorning, to which all the housemniates
: colds always bring serene and pleasant thoughts, by
Olm thing Serious. corruption and groans. Come out of
run into chronic the azure. Love the day."
The quotation suggests that. hard as
ts pneumonia, It is to be an Invalid. it may prove al-
or consumption. most as painful to be an lnvalid's
'i t wait, but take ritend.
SCherry Pectoral Love and Banre. .
a aoo as yourcough "Dear," she said during an interval
eA Sw doses will otfcomparative sanity, "promise me
t U(- y thCo. "Anything," he answered, with the
nyt hing," he

We inadvertently omitted to announce
last week the visit of the stork, on
Oct. 23, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Care, bring-
ing a ione little son to take up his abode
with tlwiln.
Thos. Cave halis comnipleted his cigar
factory and is ready to commentee again
the li:urinacture" of viganar.
S. :ait- "u it hne'leded ri 'pirsi of our road
Ir:- r11 e.vitnl iattll tioin. lh' high water
lin; l' I .-.n ,.,c n-i'l",,rul, nlU mage, to theI
liriil e,, ,n fr th,. .-i itl.
\V. II.I I Ieatl lt'I.4;-!It honi his i -w
l1iiiiihi. il. ClIit*,k .I'. MIId.Iy. She is a
tiine in ef. ry |;irti,.iihir. aliviitg an
ult-to-4l1t' tolr-Ielh i41 *:1i. lHer engines
are explwted o iirfir in. i i : few days
Mr. Ileathl is '-rtainiily 4 to l. c ngratu-
Inlted Illoi tlie | I.-s. iM ,| i (io hand-
some i craft.

The unliIleriiglii.1l will lgiv' H fi saminijle5
of '1 illi ul'l'jiiin's Slitaiiltuch iiid Lhiver
T>able't' tio lny 0I 11' ;.iltilig .1 reliable
re'tiedI y for i i rli-ir. o4 il thi. stoiiilt.uih.
lhilio sui'- ss or 1,.on ti| t li. 'T iis i4 a
IteW rl't il."y 1114illn l ;i goo4 l il'. S il l ly
All I iiur .

ah 1.1No 4- Iit 4 w a I I hloe 1. St 14)11)1. a'(is r-
4a'I'.ai'4, :l'la:1 till l a'i 4. :I. 4o"II (or ;4I4I)%. Il144 w 441'
F I a ida III) -Ii t'.aa !' Ie .-ia wi l III--I h' 5 A' !1t41
laI I II 14n ;I elI-I : I-d1a 4:If1 14N-'I.'. )I 1.. 1.1

II ia't d 1 fl-a. i,1lip Y l .4l a WI T41lie t fItil.

11441 ligh s I I ,'., I t#- I we-(a 0 1Id. St 1441 Ing".i 4-( t4'I-

S 4 '.'.:A1I44 144 :I1M ;iIo: 14-n I). .~ a ,(*.I ) I if'
1 '14 w'l I'. I I- A'%.I41;Ib I a l lgi 0114 of* 'tl~it-11141 to : IIt(ae

141t le ill r# itII-'II i Iiik. 4 lla it. al": I.ajif*-'4'
.I. 4.. ..0 1.......-d-II- IIIIIII IIi 'm,.I

""t96 oodft m yaw se -I'

No Soap, Borax, Soda or Ammonia is needed with

With little water and less effort you can clean
anything about the house better, easier and
cheaper than with Soap or any other cleanser.
Once try it, you'll always buy it.
Chco. New Yrk, S Louis.-tMaker of OVAL FAIRY SOAR

iiii -- -- -
If tlhe following, whivh cllnmel' from tl e TIDE TABLE.
Fri t Myers l'r s'. lIe true, it is a disffi- begii ing N 1
i ry I. -,ill *H t'(4v4' iniihlt ii l la 4! We e' k Il gii liillg N o v. !. 1] 12( .
4.1 whiili will prove invnlbile to
4orl ;iallg g'rower-' is s4Oill as it e'11oie -s HIGH TIDlE.
'li, rally known: " ex.mlliinatioli ) ,f a. min.
I he .lhiulillelrry % tii s, of our town slio\ss S-.. ini y................................ 1:1,
that t i-' 4illl ,r-lld asie ( 'lie-lh lenf is covr' 41 n M i .l ..:........--................. -2:12
i ilti 11 '1 s of thel Ilit ,tly. Thl e tilNe .'l'uTI ............ ..........
N '44l.S m l lit ;l r .gulllii-r lri,',liig Il: hie I r \1" e\ ll r?.dl ....................... 1 :1
ltholS ins.t. s so 111 1i 'h d4i4 l y I e 1 l iir.-'l. i.. .......... .............. :- '2
L 'o %% T It i.s isli -le' ss to Ililike all it ,ff t F rid iy .............................. .5;: 2
to ileail ouit the white fly whih l la e 114 ;istNt ii ............................ ;::t{i
ltle 's r i'- # illlittei l to stI;inl." iLOAW Tillj-:.
Sunldaii ....................... 7:19
Best Liniment on Eath. Moll;.-............................ 2
I. M. M .ihiny., G;rovnvil'e, Tex.. wirites T u.M y .. ..... .:
N v. :14t.. 19VilI: '-1 h-i:d ril natlisil histi 1'ednles lda....... ... ...10.19(. 1
w initi r.\% is ,ho\in hi l hl -| six weeks:tri,,d TIhII 'sd1.1 ...... ................. I11:11 1
.vrylt lhing lnt! got no114 relief till a frie.nld 'riay'la ................. ......... 12:11
giv,.n Illo.n I art of 1 l.ottle of Ii ll red's ttI l ............. ............. 12: 1 1
S"1o' l1.iilili n -t4. I 11.4se it ,id1-4 got I w1 .
Illrfa l ,i' thas. It r'll'eci li li I l havell't -
f-tit ;alYi" Ihl lllllt :ti.lll Sillte I call lf re-

fil .Ill tIt 1)4 ,1 1 i lolL!111-1,t". 4 ha'uuwIi d it i t )wMe i~ll e l'1~lw 'ilt Ii jatiff- I.,1 I
ItS .- Ai 1' ; I l ihIl4 '. 514.. lilIi'i, 441 ''il

:tISI .n 4) It. '..14 ..

The Be-t lPrescription for Malaria
"IL'.sT :I.' .-.' m 'lilt.I. 'I'O ir. I1 is si plll
N o .lit'. i i |';l.\ I'ri. t -I illt .

Real Estate
at a Bargain
The l .ini known s lh,. A. A t. l.irr
irara4'. -in1 .hiililnl :4i ,ii4 l 1 7 :ir' s, w ill
IN' sIu, ll 2l.'ii- i. 'aor |i;irti'lIlirs Il-
)iliie i44 .1 ). lVIs. South Ilhil."\\e' l.

s. i.r. ll I l.:a i 'i4 c

The Big Beach ;

A 1101 *Vf-t W.it1 il)*Viiijl..
W.Imi 141v ~' hey rd iiti1I-ii e;&

Wo .signsatre is on every boz of UmbSmaina
i LxatveOromo-Qsuiuie Tablm
ame remedy tLIMcvMn Us o rn~dW

Street Fruit Store

Biggest and Best line of Candy in Town.

F 1 it. i ,L : Ii Is 1t4 1.' .


*~g~aill :i I nd go'tting~ thle ir
friitiil'.hiij. N.'. I Ibas 4ir

.1 flill Ifrf:it ed tilet- fiflf-t
Lit' N4 4 V1 14a m41ltilt-

* Furniture.

Bihiioliai A& dcx,

TlcIt'L111i-11itUlle Lcoa(ers and U'ndertalkers.

Wilson's Improved Air Tight Heaters :

c ()lSt llo ces I ASS till ti On-ha lf
the ilOt other r Stt)'es locquhsci
ito lIeiC (l'ir l-P00 l,. ,,'ill
STh lHold ir'c 1l irtyv-Six I Ihirs. tirnd ^
vitlith (ilT' ICl% nell'Ve T o ttC ( L a.
T hi 1-'i, r \.i 4,4llrI M iC I'h;I,. 1.* 1 411it '.:. I1 1 -
Root I. ,r t',r I :111,11gi u,, ii,140n 'l t ill Ics ,

IR if --- -

P. mr

f: 05

S.: 17.


For Sale at a Bargain.
Th'li .., o' s\f n. i (f ,:44 ,. :1 Ta1. ,.
IN. S4u11 h I l.-lli ;.5- 13 .. oinit hiiinii: 20
itr'-s. i .ilg ;iliolit 1; m il n tiith of ()ik
Ilill s itiatili )on IF. i'.. C. Ity. Thlie ilove.
omtllitlins ll ioit 7 n e'is of li he tilst

Illinois, ri i,
South Dakota, Northli
and the Upper Pmai flm
It owns aun operate a
service on its lines, inelcding l
Cars, Parlorr Vurs, maintaiMnaX6g 4as 1=t4
lene of service uim'qualed on any ralfway __
in the world.
It has been a Pioneer in tih Northwest
and west iq the tus' of the block system / -.
in the~operntion ofits trains. in the Slald 046
lightingof trains by electricity, heating Estimates Fvwu d. Wort
by stesaaia"ndmany other nrogretsive P. 0. Box S ,
method,. which havendded:afety,'com. OfBlk at Eguropam BoteL .
fort and luxury to travel. It in always DATIexA, FL saA.
the leader in th;it direction.
The Pioneer LiinitNI. Traniin lwtwween
Chicago, St.l'iiul and Minneapolim have I ?ov ,
the momtliest and handsomest Sleep- A I BLnL A Co4
ingCarm in the worldmlnd thelew t dining Residence and office, northeast
Ci r serves. aps iRidgewood and Volusia
Tihne tales. na ...l mlihiformat)o ne 8 Dayto-a,
furnished on il>ipli Gen. Pa.\Agieiit, Ohld Colony iBuildiiig,

Purity in Prescriptions. ..Before, you have your plumbing
oul appreciate value of pure pr-crilptio a He -'an llve you 15 per cent. Ani
Impure prescriptions are dangerous. Wetakespecia guaranteed. ear of City Hotel.
cer im compounding and use oedy U puret drugs.
e- If. H. SEELYE. M. A.. M. D.

Physician and Surgeot-
Offie and residence 127 Ridgewroo
a v4eni'. opposite Ridgewood Hote.. -
Telephone No. f45. sse

Halfa MuicHowe--*

We handle a compl*i llne 1
Chapel. Vests for Men and Boys. made of
chamois lined with fanneL
Chmeels Vests for Women and Girls. mt dei
chamois covered with French flannel.
Perfect proleon against cold and sudden
changes-against coughs. colds, pneumonia, and all
:hest and lung troubles. Just lte thing for caiddr
going to school. Price. $3..

)aytona, Florida.

Anti-Monopoly Prices:

Fine Piano e.........$161

Iigh Grade ...........
Used Pianos .......


Children's sam. 3s. I
w dr*W11 T Secon01d Hand Uprights '
W F. Gille, Jr & Co Se d Hand Uprights 81
SSquares. '25
Piamos to
Public NAtlce to Physicians sad Surgeous. -
4 aife- of M dliial Fxithiilners.,
a-vaniithi Judical llllril r) 1 ,* Oc
Oral o. Fll i t ] Nav..ivmT 1.moo0r I ,_ M o s 4
1In al-l4 liia' :ll a : i .- o l f:' r r -ll l i. *-.\le ii hS
*t<'.. )|>rove.l .Mi>. ;tl, | :t.->. .-ou.i ar. hlrby E Wy

lit it3 Ilit41 114441 fi)'t#R0inrli omtT altq'n I I': 1nnt
itre .' iti i llan e' e,rf'iv rtalve sill time-at .1 l Ii
41114-.-lit 1wa rlaiae, ,4 rnmige' comity. Fl-orldlug.
on1 To -"tl.% ., l,(4I it' HldN4, It Ielx-i'iig lie
'..'a liI ''ii'g i t, lit Ili. m mt it I.
It. L.. isgs ~,r'av

4-.l4l% ltha-'ilm l"~al~. 111141 is Sit IlItte

II4.''ItIV iul a w''h~iall X% (of 11141 0141i'i'ighjl'.- Ngotic4'I1, lier.-tv'give'-it t(lnt liteme'id--r-
'-I'leet idt~ittIraiiwar4of fiv a(-state- #if T. J.
hI Il 4- VIr' 1. Tlit It'IN-rfl'at I''4' 74.I 4a',-iti~laar. A. I P.. 1101,, mitki- applica~ll~n itI
htilqtinla'4If Ellw. Iiz4'fl. lI-ti, i.It, Hei. Mintler S. J.i..:s, Judige'-ciptli114
54''.'o'i II.1titlicia11 Iirmill I(wf Fl~orld. fow, 4a
F1 w ll .14-ikvi 4'i1) 84'l ft I to44 lrIN t111 n4' &u It' liet' tfllimIV.14
______ pJr4l)4.r11 '111iiitad lIl iie' 4044:inlvforit 'tiflailll
11141mi itki' it l'4pr rlda alndl (14-serltl.4l ai f4)1h-

JIIZI I-.*,V.s. !T%% .1) 4 I.:. lo. 441mitr sIing '4) acer'.. as ,t fie
K~e H. I IIIN' 3fTT%4.
Nev.l H..-Clark
FhanneAs an
:3 L~liI.A~iN TTAT~h adih(D
SbME irt ndCllr

t0il 41 (1 jesla. la

r NorthernMea Maket

J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.

T 1he lalrg(st ani( Finest
Market Soith of(f lJaksolivile.
I\\-' k,l' > I > ,, ,lil>1.-t. 4 sto k of .ll kidil s if
I'n-h li |-| ird:|i ;iil \\-'s ,tin M ,alits..

S113 North l;le h e l 'tret.
"lhimnt 37.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
-" I\IE I: Il' Y I iL'lE R"


POOL a. 's



flot Lintches served at all hours.
Oyster stews a si.eialty.

Call and See

the IleW line of

Wire Grass Goods,

Rugs a.d Art Squares

A neIw liii, of new cook stoves just
ri 't.a'i Va'41.|

J. H. Niver& Son

N-.. 1 St t;l if;-
7:.71 11t 1L ................................. iii.............. .......... r .: it
1 : I ii ."............ ........................ o i ilnle4 ................ :.- l, l
: -1.5. a illA I .\ ........................................ 1 14" Io. l l, .................................... "
7:2: ,3 1 4 Ati.r.........................................,%I it.............. ... ... i .: |
:to(. 141'm ...................................4I 1'. ilm.t No lt .1--
511 lt: I: l ................................ '. il ............ a i ... .................... .:1. 1)ll
S ll .................................... Lou is ...................... .............. v 1.:13 ni l
1':' ;till A Ar ChIi a4 J 111EN V ('OMPA.NY I)ROPS IN
2: ill i .................................... lIis. vi.II. .. ...1.'v :1:u,11111 Et 11 1 It 1a it a loss for something dainty
17:26 i"14i n....................................... 4'ihIll;t i.hin ................ ........v 11:1 plot fir ihair l'refr client. ,nd to the
.I:l 1 1.5 A I!................................. .. ........l.ic al ..................... ,v: 7:fit 1411 1ni
---------------- 11AMLING R.\KERY
N, li- ix Fit r- I .-v 'rri-,s I'iPllllin Ii)rim iti lc % iffttt Sl4,j)iI( 'Cars. fill'- ,n 4)f Iiv ihh delicious lbread. cake or
.1h;,ks,,n il]. l ti o St. Louis 11111 .lJackMom vils I 'll a ithfout i' ln-tige, I Is 14-11 r ti.
,liin'a.1t 4,'-1mi4 -.4 ,, t Nlsh ilt wih .h l, il '. ,r ni.ilh ('nil ni li 41 i* d y
I 'i-atl a. 54"l'il'it "II .. V. \ V 8 '111 l ." f ''l, ,ni ly is iprodute.d n h day,
'T'l -in urlh 4 41,.i,. I,'t ,i .l,-ko-m ilhle n.:11114*il1 1..h nrticle is light. crisp, whole-
4, I 4i0' l1l '-' ai t a i.c1Ik 'ill. ih 'ill o lrtlhilounId tralins Elf tI. At ,oiari l ,4lc i ?e ,ind l lpure.
.it I fill. 11,1i1 I El. 1,ialt i-t (',,ist h. .ht-y will h,1aa.c fite g d reflect
I:. II. IIAt1NI:ES. i,,ln. Sii j't. S8. iJ. II4'K TTl, (ihi. PlialS Agt. rS.'ali 4 llE lT.I lo t hs s tr..l


To St. Louis and Chicago Dizzy?

Then onite liaw. ....*j..

S P'.lD ixieil,..- i l .,s fon .I,'k,.s(.Inville to St. L.,mi. rMid to 'Chi -,
vI I ,l\l lJ .iltksI I: daily ;It s 1. in" ., via the f;lllilalls

Dixie Fvtr Roti

a Auyurver isn-t actlUg
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
PCA OaM .... .a__ --L




l., >V,.-t i'-i,',..

I I, It ..I I ro, I- I -I -, i. I I I.% .



* ~ -






~ ~ bb ew h*I i

O CLT Tor. 4ia msi
AILL U --EM usu
S-pdws awm WN

-----------** ** .uuu....a------

ALmEaR Bumxxt, Proprietor
Daytoa, Florida

d on North Ridgewood. Ths home is now open for second
saon-. It ban all modern improvements that ean contribute
to the comforts of guertt.

Menu Best the Market Affords.
*s***ss*s**osT eee1ettp Iff f* tta


New House.
Strictly First Class.

block from the depot.

Will be open the year 'round.

Rates, $2.00 and up.





SC. & M. H. DILLINGHAM. Proprietors.
.....................-------........ .... .

Overlooking the Halifax River,
Dayvtona, Forida.
the management of TI. W. Dunklee, who was one of the successful
managers of the Seaside Inn last meamm.
Ouisene First Class. Large Airy Rooms. 0
Use of sail and row boats free to guests.
OPEN NOV. 1st. :


Opposite Keating's New Camino and Pier,
Old Seabrvee. (Daytona) Florida.

b hesomef new modern hotel situated on tlhe finet Surf Bathing
mihb Florida s now open for the Winter Season of ITO)2-3'. Large ;
moms. Dining room overlooking the ocean. Fine (Casino and service.
Terms Moderate.

H. F. STEWART, Proprietor.



Open November 1st.
Ihgay located on the corner of Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues, each
JWV& wide, in the most elevated and most deirable residence portion
Iltgown. This house has a southern exposure; is lightedl by electricity;
w atay pluabin and all modern convenien~'e; well heated and well
%" room aleiely furnished and containing large closets. The table is
be W6,the mar at can afford. For rates address


JI~. iB. PARK~INSON, Daytonca, Florida.:

8. H. MOSELEY. Proprietor
Terms $7 to $9 per W

mtrOeason, from May 1, 190)3. at
08. oath Carolina Avenue.




I Our

Iur Newsy Budget of
.D!nos at Port Orange


~0*@0000*S S S S S SC S S *SSSSSSSS 55S555 P555W UWUWUW -


Ily Located.

A. Osborn

Orange Avenue.


Rates Moderate.

e, Prop.



3owell's iExpress m asRggCge Line 'P

R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor.

*ia the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.

Telephone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.

Dry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
ed promptly on short notice. All
of our wood was cut last year.
J.L ODUM,,XIp11 North Bech Street.
J. L. ODUM, Telephone S.

& .- ^'.A I l il
Dealer && o
BeahSt. Ml^

. w *



Dr. DaBoi. received a procswional call
to NeoM early Sunday morning.
M Viola Marsh, of Bereford, is vi-
ithag her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs.
Leo. F. Lufbury arrived Monday from
New York, and is a guest of the Port
Orange Hoe..
Mr. Carter, who is connected with the
Lathery Factory, is a boarder at the
Hardenian House.
Mrs. Milburn and Mrs. Straub drove
up to Daytona Friday, and penpt the
day shopping and driving around town.
Mr. Bassom arrived last week from
Joliet, Ill., ad is very busy getting
their cottage in Blake ready for Mrs.
Bassom, who is coming soon.
Mr. Rush, who lately purchased of J.
Vans, his old home on Dunlawton,
moved in last week with his family, con-
misting of Mrs. Rush, two daughters and
a eon.
Mrs. C. Foszard and her niece arrived
from New York last week, much to the
joy of the Capt. and also of her many
friends. Mrs. Fouzard went up to New
York last spring, and has been visiting
relatives there and in adjacent states.
Capt. Alexander and his daughter.
Mim Hattie, came over from Berresford
last week, and are very pleasanMtly lo-
cated in their cottage, corner of Dunlaw-
ton avenue and River street. The Capt.
and his charming daughter are always
Mr. Perkins, of Eustis, Fla., who
spent some time here three years ago,
was over here last week, a guest of the
Hardeman House. Mr. P. was looking
for a house and lot or a lot, with the
intention of having a home on the
Mr. and Mrs. Joa. R. White and their
son, Phillip and his wife and little
daughter, arrived last week. and are
at home in theit pretty cottage on the
river shore in the southern part of town.
Mr. White is one of Ocean G rove's most
succeaful hotel keepers. They have been
coming to Florida for a gnrat many
winters. Cear Sklm.
Herbine exerts a dirtt intii,.ence o I he
Ibowels, liver and kidneys., purifying
and strengthening thee. organs, and
maintaining then in a normal conditionn
of health; thus removing a common
cause of the yellow, mothy, gn.asy skin,
and more or less pimples, lilotlies and
blackheadis. 50-t at .1. M. Jones.

John Papino, a colored alderman of
St. Augustine, was shot in tile mouth
and painfully wounded by ('ity Marshal
C. H. Benet Thursday evening of last
week. The Ancient City council was in
session and kenet iaskel f, or an appropria-
tion for an new uniform. l'apino got up
and objected, when-upon tihe marshal
told him to "shut up." The colored
alderinan nfused auil Beinet shot hiim.
The marshal surnrndered to the sheriff
hut was later released on $1,4H) bail.
His hearing was set for to-day.
Cut this out and take it to any drug
store and get a frw sample of Chan:-
lerlain's Stomach and Liver Talblts.
the best physic. They cleanse and invig-
orate the stomnaeh, improve the appe-
tite and regulate the bowels. Regular
size, 2.c, per box. All Dl)rugg4-sts.
The mail order business is a lottery
that may show up an occasional prize,
but it in a game of hazard in which the
pretistent devotee is a sure loser. When
we buy at home we know just what we
are getting, and if anything is wrong it
is not too) late to right it. When we buy
a thousand miles from home we don't
know what we are getting, and cannot
help ounselves if we get it in the neck
with heavy freights or shoddy goods.
And the dollar that goes out of town
never comes back to the spender.
Steps tb. C.. s.d Works eff the CoGS
Laxative B-ronmo Quinine T'ablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pl'ay. 2.e..

North Bench Street. 9-0
h.---- ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^-

: iJIDruggists

Tih. I:arg,.st !ain MN.1 t Coiiiplete Stock
ofI)lrN, inll I):ytoiI( I'r',-rilti S 01co11- *
S l>,uni l
% F Perfumery and Toilet Articles. :
* TRY O(R' I'NE TA, 1t ('I %ill I.A ISA.M-253 ents a bottle. *
0 *
* Beach Street. t P DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
* a*
, eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,

(I N(< I'o .\'lrI)

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager

11. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor



HorseShoing;mdR-pit mtr~il nlmksaitii

Near BonId lnmlier Yardl

Daytona, Fla.


Saw and Planing Mills

il'. 1,* 11% t'~lt Itj tttfimim;Itji ll '11kinds #i



' 7oloa CYkrolumna. Pon
Pulleys Made to Order.

Has a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy ToiLet Articles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can he consulted professionally during busine -
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p m. n

We are prepared todei-
ver on short notice any
kind of dry Wood. Our
n e w c A price is right. Drop a
postal and we will call. EARLS & COLLE. M.onsAT..





--- --ww ww w w ------------

We have one of the freshest, finest
and best lines or groceries in Daytona.

Howard & Ilorrison


'P'hone.1 9.


...~~O0SS0e 0000 000000050005050050

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot -

Water Heating.

Agent for the Ericsson


North Rfidgtowo-zl


Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
Thone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (WI\ ', l',-:;!i. '



I -. -

11C111 MIT~fl The Nation's
"SANMATO"LU Best Cigar.
It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars, made from i havy tropical tolbno,.. dlt.orild withI opium
anl other drugs, when you can have the pun-re Florida leaf at a iv .-cent pri-e?
IBox of 25.................. $1.00 FREE BY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS.
Itox of .00 .... ............ $1.751

S. W. ROWLEY, ^..^.IA

The Old Reliable

Rollins College

Winter Park, Fla.
Foundle.! ISm14., having skl 'ial a,;rt.,'. <) O irtoler 1st.
The South Florida lCollegre. I sante on il hitgh Iai- ril..- lim1itln ug
thie pring-fed lakes of Oralng,- C'oumnty. A.hholi; ly no imalt.ria.

Music School,
Business School.

Preparatory School,

Art School,
School of Elocution.

I'EL4':it: & Rix, Proprietors.

IRubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
We are well equiple.d for. '-Straw" The flint turnouts in the city.
'Buses meet all trains and take p.aset.ner to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered prolmiptly. Stalbles opilmsite 'Public School.
Telephone 27





W. F. Gile, Jr., & Co.


o A




Handsome line of Pillow

Cover and

Fancy Articles just received






* .,* -


IL Boston and the Bast


Short Rail Ride to Savennnah
TEMCE via Palatial au" s a tamahtp.
Sallings from Savannah

Noew York, making close connections with New York-Boston ships or Sound
All AD ket agent are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
m -- al--atioan, saling schedules, stateroom reervationb, or call on
WALT.BJIAWKINS, General Agent, 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FIa.
W V. H. PLEABANTS, Vice Prwe. and Manager, E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 35 North River, New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent, Daytona, Fla.

bad min~m~ua satin

* cl we~ m 4060.m




The MSouthern's Palm Limited
The Washigltou, Rlehmnond and
Florida Limited
^2h New York and Florida Vzprme

SThe Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M w -ORwA S- SW,,L

h~ma 81. eping Car Line Jacksonville to reVici--t vtia
'Mr. tLand of the Sky."
Thmah trains via The Southern Railway are operated is
-sam a with the tPlat System and Florida Rest Ce~at Rail
nlmMa Sleepiag Cam and Hotel Dining Canrs al th

AlbTlkva m Iw. ay. err e eessse lgho

IL F. CAREY, 6. P, AgOt., s V. Day st, Jdmadwsy lIe.


w US. a@m.

Ams't Gea'I Pa. AC
AM &

Oyu m. AWcsow Ptor gual

inmm EAbm AUMT AIWA. J

40"L U CAN N&42.

bi Efet A*g. 281902.
UP .

SMA LI '. we

-. ... .....- B SL ...............x I i 5 .
1 ................._ .. .............. ** nv **......
S................. .......... ........
................................ i o ........
*"-- ) ............. ........... .
S............ ........

........................... 4 ..
f > -................... ..................' IT a ........
.................................. .......
0 gas& .......

S ............. ................ 0 ........
S.............. ............."............. a ........... .
.... ........... .... ..................

S................ ..... ........

g : ............w....: ..:.: w 5 :::::::: : :.:: .
... ....... t.................... .

.................. .............
S.W................... ...........
....m tS .......... .5 .. : .. .
... .A. .... .................... v & .......

* gAJK LmB *xBn,&8.

4w eveowsm, 9
0%1=of CUd h issbid a Mlleg
to Wed Whwomnt ing edhar
f yne m wesns ad b ebr-
-- mi hswimg kiemY
pmi e- d ffe IWmsew-

awb aedph'd -dromean
~ v~md- ftud
viamd se usaft puvjf Cfsd

Winspon 4*m0`6

By t id Om" M Adme
now anmin woin he hav
d-i- pdmed 61g of the
womb, mian trubles or ay of
thems ailment that womv hTVe.
TYeo -N youee fatbomewith
thi t WOOaS medy, Winm
Cw.. Wie ofCErdai has
am tbusmad of oCMw which
deters howefail tobeeLt. W h
mat bul toget welltoday? A
wuv ha0e S1. bottles. For
s d, ~liver or bowel disor-
der Thedford's Black-Draught
eid hbe wed.

w .
*--cTWLHn 0iTin
O ~mW^l. g


I DaytonaTeephone


I Connections with DeLand, Holly
Rill, Ormond and Moundgrove.

Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker a

Doors and Window Swreens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
at reasonable prices.

Cottage Avenue, Daytona, Fla

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WWics.I, Manager.


Made from Distilled Water

Factory open from 7 to 12 Siandays

'Phone 48

Volusta Avom mS a di Railroad.

Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
Rates $2.00 per Day and Upwards;
Special to Regular Boarders.

Attorney-at. Law,
Collections Given Prompt Attention.
Office with Bingham & Thominsion.

Prompt attention given to all business.
Office in the County Building.

Daytona Electrical Co
Wiring for Ele.tri-. ights a Sixialty

giIFull supply of all kinds of electrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Special attention to marin. work.

SeIninole lBnilling, i)a.ytonn. Fi|i.


**- T...T I ........
.b.. e ............
. ...... -- f ...........

California a Return
Via L. Q, N. R. R.
First-class round trip tic.k,.ts from
Jacksonville on sale August I to 9i. ('or-
rsponmding rates from other points.
Ticket good going one way and re-
turning another. Favorable stop-over
arrangements. Final limit Sept. 30).

*lesdw oUrnas a wia dm aw be apsetow mtys"el40
*Ar 5da r op ft s wUrns ion eti
N=Wztuw upsomesoamwdiag sw say eSONumSPOD" m-mp

moommI XO-VEOC


ermit publMhed to a DSavara papi a
ailous pMoph Iy. n t he had 6 toM

Wso warn, the death of fao e Ph sad
and the Turko-Rsim dbte at arms.
He said that Gwa wSMlY M ha three
emperors ia on year belo th end of
the century, W lad inaed the death of
two United States prMsideto by byas*-
iastion. All these things hav eome to

In the same article he saMid that when
the twentieth century opei, great
seismic disturbatMes will take pleae,which
will cause the submemriom of New York
city and the western half of the city of
Havaa. Cuba is to break is two while
Florida and Lower CalMoras am to
saler total extinction. The shock of
these earthquakes will raM buildings to
to the ground in almost every city on
the coatineat, millions of lives and bill-
lot of dollars worth of property will be
lost. There l to be a change In the econ.
omic conditions of almost every eivilied
Be fortells the growth of a democratic
spirit in England, which will result in a
revolution that will overthrow the

present form of government and make
the country a republic. BHe says the last
ruler of nagland wil be the best the
county ever had and the first president
of the new nation will be one of the roy-
al family. Queen Victoria ie by long
odds the beat ruler England has ever
had, and in a recent speech the Prince of
Wales said it is his desire t see England
a republic.
According to the hermit Russia, France
and Italy will form and alliance and
will enter into war with Turkey. This
is to be the outgrowth of Turkish per-
seention of Christian subjects. This
triple alliance will conquer thedomain of
the Sick Man of the East. At the ex-
piration of the war complications will
arise which will plunge Italy and
France into with Russia. The result will
be that the two countries will begobbled
up by the northern power, and will be
cease to exist as independent nations.
While war is being waged between them
the Pope will move the seat of Catho.
licism from Rome to some town in south-
ern Ireland. A rebellion will take place
in the land of the shamrock in which the
country will become independent of
England. Then a conflict will arise be-
tween the ultra-Catholics of the south
of Ireland and the ultra-Protestants of
the north,in which the southrners will be
the victors. A kingdom will be estab-
lisbed, and it is predicted that the reign
of the first potentate will become hlik
toric for its tyranny.
The profit paints a dark future for
the United States. He says at the close
of the century a feeling of unrest will
size the people, this feeling will be the
outgrowth of unequal social and econ-
omic conditions. He predicts that the
twenty-fifth president will be the last
executive head of the United States.
During the administration the discon-
tented mases will break into open rebel-
lion and the established form of gover-
ment will be rent asunder, and for a year
or more anarchy will prevail. When
order shall be brought out of chaos six
republics ill be formed,with the capital
at the following cities: San Francisco,
Denver, New Orleans. St. Louis, Washing-
ton and Boston.

A DesuI m Moath.
This is the month of coughs, colds and
acute catarrh. Doyou catch coldeasy?
Find yourself hoarse with a tickling in
your throat and an annoying cough at
night? Then you should always have
handy a bottle of Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. J. A. Anderson, 854 West 5th
St. Salt Lake City writes: "We use
Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs
and colds. It gives immediate relief.
We know it's the best remedy for these
troubles. I write this to induce other
lpeple to try this pleasant and efficient
remedy." 2.-'-, 5h-, and $1.00 at J. M.

The German Wtife' VaMsttm.
It is a common practice In Berlin for
the wife to stay at home when the hus-
band and family go to the seaside. In
this way the wife enjoys her own boli-
day, for there is no housekeeping to be
done. She foregathers with frend-
"grass widows." like berself-end they
take their meals at restaurants, spend
their afternoons and evenings at popu-
lar places of entertainment and thor.
oughly enjoy themselves.-London Ex.

4me soeam wssWA.IN ss i, sk
Ne iRssuo Wee Unmbmdv.
*vy tame I ten tMIs stear, a
right selety matron rfemaba
Waeisheiy accses me ot ms ft
va but It is a tre story m-W erTh-Mt
"*Up Ia the Virgina mountaam Tv
amd I took a long walk to explore thei
wld country road near our hoteL
Away up on the rough mountain sdeO
was a Uittle cabin, and as I have a
moet fervent human Interest toIn thi
home life of all peoples remote from
ities I proposed that we visit the cab-
in, with the wayfarers usual pretext
to ask for a drink of water. In tih
one room of the smull house were the
sual furuishlugs, a few chairs. many
dogs lying about, guns on the wall. a
high bed in each corner and a homely
table spread with homely crockery In
the center of the household picture. A
plain little wonima. worn and aged.
but very neat l:a calico frock and ging-
ham apron, met us at the door and
asked us In. while one of the rough
boys lounging 0:on the porch was dis-
patched to the trpring for fresh water.
"Instead of the usual mountaineer's
open fireplace. with Iron crane and
kettles, was a surprising arrangement
of a cooking stove mounted on a kitch-
en table. 3My l;hnte reverted to this
curious sight so oftenii that ('ir moun-
tain hostess seemed constrained to ex-
"'You uas ain't used to wmein' cook
atoves lzed up that way. I reckon,'
she sail apologetlt:lly. 'Pap. he got
the ccok stove down in town way las'
May. and he didn' think 'bout the
stovepipe. and he didn' git 'nuff to
reach up to that there hole In the
chilmlly. so we uns Jesa h'isted the
cook stove up on that there table till
be gits time to go to town and git
some mare stovepipe. 'Taln't handy to
limb up onH a cheer to cook. and I
wish to the kind palmp'd burry bisself
and git to town art< r that there stove-
pipe. It'd be a be:ap handier to hey
that there cook stove down on the
"Of course *we uns' agreed with the
good woman that her complaint was
well based, but we praised her clever-
ness and originality In utilizing the
kitchen table. Probably not one wo-
man In 10.000.000 would have ever sug-
gested that way out of the dopestli
diflculty."- Detroit Free Pres .

The little daughter of Mr. J N. Powell
jumped on an inverted rake made of ten
penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely
through her foot, a second one half way
through. Chamberlin's Pain Balm was
promptly applied and five minutes later
the pain had disappeared and no mcre
suffering was experienced. In three days
the child was wearing her show as usual
and with absolutely no discomfort.
Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of
Farkland Va. Pain Balm is ananstiseptic
and heals such injuriw without matura-
tion and in one-third the time required
by the usual treatment. For sale by
All Druggists.

A Pew Remedles. Cbhep -ad slm0e,
and isvlvelseg Ne Dager.

When the feet are pressed Into tight
fitting shoes-high heels make the
pressure greater-by adding friction
we have a needlelike point formed In
the skin, and the greater the pressure
the deeper the point will grow, The
best preventive remedy known Is real-
ly to go barefooted, but since this Is
not considered ethical In civilized life I
will give a few simple remedies which
may be of some value for the afflicted:
First.-Plaer on the corn a piece of
cold, moist linen folded several times,
wrap It up In dry linen, then go to bed.
With this treatment the hard epider-
mis swells up, and after six or eight
hours the outer covering of the corn
can be removed with a dull knife.
When this treatment has been followed
for three or four days, a small needle-
like growth (the corn) can be extracted
without pain or bleeding. By washing
the feet often In cold water the tender
place will heal rapidly. After getting
rid of this corn It Is well to wear shoes
which are neither too large nor too
mall so as to avoid excessive pressure
r friction.
Second.-In place of the linen a crust
if bread soaked In vinegar may be ap-
Third.-The best application Is to
oak a whole onion twenty-four hours
n vluegar, then apply one of the layers
if the onion to the corn and keep It In
place by a bandage though the night.
After repeating this procedure a few
times the corn can be removed without
ny trouble. By either of these simple
applicatlons this troublesome agent
an be removed without any danger of
blood poison and "free of charge."-St.
Louls ReDUhlic






To Care a CoM Is seM Day.
White's Cream Vermifuge not only kills Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablits
All druggists rnfund the money if it fails
worms, but removes the mucus and slime to cure. E. W. Grove's .i-nature on
in which they build their nests; it brings, each box; 25c.
and quickly a heathly condition of the
body where worms cannot exist. 25c, at

Refraetive Power ef the Ruby.
The primitive form of the spinel
ruby is like that of the diamond, eight
sided, which distinguishes it at once
from the oriental stone. The color of
the genuine ruby Is that of the artse
rial blood, or pigeon's blood, as it tI
called. It is extremely hard and after
the sapphire is the hardest of the
corundums. which renders It difficult
to understand why the earth so rarely
gives it up. Its tint Is as beautiful by *," .
artificial light as by day, and its pow. ,,....
era of reflection are so great that a-
cient belief credited It with power of l* .'
emitting light. The ancients even sup. .''* ,
posed that it would shine through .IS TH
clothing with undiminished power. a ... .

"Last winter an infant child of mine
lad croup in a violent form," says Elder
John W. Rodgers,.a Christain Evangelist
of Falley, Mo. "I gave her a few does
of Chamberlin's Cough Remedy and in a
short time all danger was past and the
child recovered." This remedy not only
cures croup but when given as soon as
thefisto flm awnwtsanm w~a n. ..will-

Do you use Whiskey for medilcial or other purpomeT If me k
for pries ad dewriptih matter.
The Riverside Distilling CompaLnyAM.
Manufachturers of High Grade OlM FU OM
North Carolina Hand Made
Alo Peach and Apple Brandies.
our -Good Enough" Oora DO s II
Whfkey ~t 1.10 per gaUon. at LOr *i
We are situated In the heart of the mountain eetowhere the ars f
are made, sad can suy you with grade of goods, qaie q tir tey S
We have suberior l ties for supplying or customers with high grae ges
note, and we positively guarantee every drop o wmhiey th aon- f j
We proml prompt shipmet, aead expre rmtes that willn U lmtereyi.OGive
We guarante aboluteatetetona every paiueear. Aug"s IM

We refer you by permiss-on to First National eBak, Statav 0 L 4
8tatesville. N. C.. or rdatree Diretory.



* Through ticket to New York, Phademblp
New Haven, New London, 8tobatm,
V W Providence, Fall River, Boton aad
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LIUN. Thue steam
* trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands 10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Imasi.)
SVia Plant System ........ 3:15 p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................. 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
* For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, ete., adire'
~* A TT7 P)V 7 A 4220 West Bay Street,
S A4 W PY Agent Jacksonville, Flori.n.
0 Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.
ooeeooeooooo meoooooo

Special Low Rates

California, Coorado Utah, Oregon,
Washington, M ntana Northw -t
Western & Atlantic Railroad.

During September and October, 1902.
For descriptive matter, fates, ebedules, etc., write to or call on

E. J. Walker, F. P. A.,
212 West Bay St., or A. V. & W. Ry. Ticket Office, 201 W. Bay St., Jaeksonvlle,
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, H. F. SMITH, Traffie MaKag
Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Teoa.

Tri. Weekly Railings
Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Din-ct S-rv-ie Between
Calling ait Charkleton Both Ways
suthbou d ....................................... From Lewis' Wharf, Bee rk
N rthbeund........... ...........from fect Catherine street, Jaektvqgl

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLUE SPRINGS and Internidiate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER
STEAMER "City of Jcksonville"
Leave Jttck.onvll le3:: p. m. munndtys, Tueslayv.s and Thursdays.
Leaves Ka:ford 9::) ai. in. Monditys, WedieIOsdI. s and Fridays.
sM.uthh,und. aSCIMDULJE Northbound.

I,-ave .:*) pm o JA('KH .ONVIL 1 Arrive ;4.-a
PALATKA ....... Le sve8:0pm
4: ;:1) ant AMTO' ...... 1 e m
4: a MT. FiAN I.. .......... ..
BERFSFORD (DI1LAND .. '. ". l.. .S
"i $:L0am ..UE .PItlN.s .... ... ...I.iau
Arrive :am .MAN ORD.... ....

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
A.C.HAGERTY, East'n Pass. Agt., F.M.IRONMONGER,JB., Ast. Gen. Pass.Ap .
19 5166. Ot VS--t V. a. *k /.. u* U U- wa-


.. ..V :



Roald down.

Romd up.

Full Text