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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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=VoL 15r No 5G Oeee I---. ....... .. a.-. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, May 28, Hot; s. aaatru.l.e ..... r ar..r vle.ttr, Price 5 Cent


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r..r HtiwlreJ SUteth L accmrtlvi ,
But 'eo.&kte-t
r" "" Ucke4 P.uorott Compare IM Vote Received By Uavb the State Press Auodatioa To That
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a 0(4 EfcttyTwo Votes W A MaJority Prffiary Retut *-Sb.ata I of the
and Browartf U Ibclr Keapcc- St. louis at the CtoM ,,

.to Recent Primary.fl Put fa a. Protest. the Home Couatkt. Annual Meetlac

rwult of the Senatorial pre Th IVmocraUc, State EiecutivommltU The fact that Mr( Uroward ro- The twenty-fifth (quarter centennial

jary, as officially annonnml by the. met at Jacksonville List 't wivetl a few more votes in the :Stateat ) annual meeting of tLc Florida

. gm Committee, wan ai follows: SAtunlay morning. large: than were cast for Mr.( Ihvis 1'rt"H8 Association will be held in the

'.1-_! ::', For Taluferm. 2r_a.. I'rotht.liom A, H. King and W. .I, a pitiful |ilumlity c
For Stockton 12,771. N. JiheaU were filed. No action was .. "" i of il.Nl 1, or about one-half of 1 |cr 15 The sessions will be held in ('

Jennings, 9215. taken on either protest, and they am .. .. '".'.". ...-.'.,..".. cent, '}has been seized upon| by tlie |wlor of the Hotel Aragon. ,

Foe Cs1I llfk4. otifl on file. Mr I Hronrard's supporter at the The program of the meeting will

4, 1otal, 45,11()(fl. ,.The protest from A. 11. King w&gafpunri r ..,, 1t':1.1ing-arul apparently the nnly- tx-- ,ms follow: I t1y

.\.eCfIMrY; majority, .)2,701.( the} certifirttion of the election argument in favor of hU noininatimiin MONDAY Alone Jest 13.

' Taliaferro lacked 482. of A. 0, Ilartridge as State At. I the second Primary A brief ex- ;
Kev. J. H.
Prayer by
-I Stockton lacked! 9,933. toroey for the Fourth Judicial Cir: a'uiiuiimt of the official returns willlistover
AdJre of Welcome 0.M. .
by Mayor
Senator Taliaforro had majorities suit. nUcging irregularity in election I ( the real value of such an ;
t Nolan.
- the combined of all of l t'liopponenLi returns In Dural cnunty >
over ;Irluntrut _'
l.pOIl.: | J by Frank L. Msyes of
in seventeen counliit, The protest from'W.. X Shoats Hnmanl'ti vote iu the entire" Slate IM! .. ,Journal IVniwoi.l.i. I fi'un""l

tix: Bradford, Dale 1 I DnSoto, Duval, agnin-it the i-ertiiicatiou of the else { w. a very small fraction over :'V II)
.\ I POLIM, written by F. Ion rUtthertttMi
E cambia, .'ranlJin.IliH.horo, JackKaianatec lion of W. M. Htitloway aft State Superintendent j per tvnt of the entinoti>, while t.
!: of the Crescent, Live t.t
( Na aau, Orange, 0 cccU of Public Instruction, ItuviV vote was within quite as Oak. t'I'la' t|

; Putnam, Santa flOliY oIuA a, alleging fraud, bribery and forgeryon small a fraction of L"J| |MT cent. of History of Journalism -in !

J' Wilton 'and Washington. He had the part of Mr. llolloway ,. the wholea difference iu llmwapl'M ...
: ( Florida, by Frank E:. Harris[ of the
.- p1araiitir. over Stockton in fourteen The following was tIlt action of favor of ulMiut one-half of 1 }JUT nut1!
O'1\la I"-n"flr.
. ',- tOl1DWA. vii: Alachua, linker Cal the cominitteo: Hmward "leads," to U sure', but .\IIIUlal.ltJn_, by President T.

PD, IIamiIWn, Holmes lake Mad- flew tvetl, by the Stale Democratic'I wan-fly enough to justifytry F. McHeath.it y
won, Marion, Monroe( Polk, St. Committee, That the following can > rIe much of the bragging his friends ; .
'iwvi, Jt SK: 11.
Johns Sumter Suwannw and Wa- didatCH having rmured the majorityof --, arc doing i in his Lx'luilf. *<1

kulk the votes cat at the Primary held' .( Hrowanl got winnll majorities in Morning( S WH II-Transaction &f

,_) With respect to his only remaining on the 10th day of May, 1904 are five small counties, viz: Calhoun.Lafa'fUe. general buxine'!;s..1ltenssamMemorial.

competitor Senator Taliaferro hereby declared bo tho nuoiueeu Liberty Monn and Tuy- ( services in

carried thirty-one of tho forty.five of the Democratic party in the State lor. Davis got large majorities in. honor of members who died during ;

counties in the State. Hi* pluralityover of Florida and the executive officers Senator James P. Taliaferro five big counties, viz: Dade, Du'al.1 the year. .

Stockton was 9,451; over Jen- of this committee are hereby directed Putnam St. Johns and Volusia. The E""ninPrJyrr by Ht"" L. D.

ningt, 12,977, and his. majority over to make certificates accordingly. Received il,2ll Note on May 10th. sum of Ilroward's majorities was Geiger, Apopka.. .

lU combined vote of Loth was 2f w;. That id to say- Stockton Recehrd Only 12,771. :?47; tho sum of Darn'majorities I The following literary program !'

Senator Taliaferro received nearly II. P. Bailey, T. A. Jennings, J. was 855! will follow:
-- -- -- -- --
. C. U. Koonce" A. H. Newton and F. I How the Florida Press ILw APtlii&It'1 -
There's "lead"
for !
49 per cent. while Mr. Stockton received Anderson W Farmer ti itrtrgt Port Orange I'kklnes. you c
less than 22 of tllllW"gsLo \ B. Stoneman for Presidential Flea Uroward strum! pluralities over in tin Development of the k I
per cent ( L Bahl, C, 0 CodriitRton, C D. Mi*< M L. D Milburn( returned ,
State" H H. Tatnm, of the Metroi
vote of the entire State. tors. dough, William Hocker and' Her home Sntnnlay from St. Augustine, Davis in twenty-four countiesavis; !

In Dural county the home of both Jefferson 11. llrowne for Member I tart It. 1 Dodd, for Member Id the where she ha been for tho la..t eight" got pluralities over Uroward in his Miami It k.
Our Friend the Editor t
the leading contestants, the total of the National Democratic Committee. State J iVmocrntie Committee from I twenty counties, and in one the vote :
au+nth$ teaching in the High School. W. Wilson Tim Un fJarksonriIJe.
Gtrmrge on, f
was a tie between them. These four
rut was3,7Clof which the State y
i at Urge.Keoolved. Capt C E Merchant was in ourvillage
W. J. Bryan, John II. Heard, W. I little" pluralities in excess of the j
received 2,377, or 093) majority overall further That tU- question a short time, last week callingon
The and the State C.
J. Hillman and T. for number Davis constitute Newspaper ,
Appleyard given to
> while Stockton l'f't'i\lonly 1272 ,- Convention '
as to State was old friends. lie \\'ft4.ililrn of '
the National IVmoeratic do-I about all that Li aril's friends H. Smith ;New Enterprise" Madison.
delegates to row canreally j.
fro less than
votes majority. -
a c.'idl'tllh'c'r'
;J l"ly by a majority I our village a long time ago Progressive Journalism, J, W *>
, The scattering vote-Jennings Convention from the State at large. Resolved J: (further Tlrnt 11"1111" of \r ('apt. Ham Fn/zanl. anti his son, afford to Ixiottt of. Hecord Jackson- *
W. U. Fuller and A. 1' Jordan for Hut after all, the md Ut of fitness White Fraternal |,
r and Call-numbered only 112.6tctkton's : the candidates for I'liiied 'ttt,- I j who wan one of our efetccrncd citizens ville. !
delegates tn the National lV'moeraticConvention I a- between the two candidate, I.
vote less than :31 revived of tlvotes
was percent Senator a majority in lb,' piouoer days of Port Orange L *
The Ktlitur. in I Politics I)
fn the First' lx found in the in ,1'4. .
>m Congressional must votes test
of the total vote whileTiliaferro tluit nominatuii
county slat, no nrri\"t'tIIMt week and is visiting Hecord St. ;
ThtMHjiwin, Augustine. .
received 1 f:3 cent District. made' the their rwxitive| counties and pncincts *-
over i JKT having IHVU candidate his brother, Capt. C. Fozzard,
J. K. T. Howden and T S. Anderson and the official returns show Trouble of a Newspajier} Man, i
of the wHohj number of vote cost. the auellu.t hi :
receiving highest } and his mister Mm. Simcoi. The
,J M.[ Caldwell I White
for delegates to the National conclusively' how each is regarded 110. Herald ,I
In Senator Taliafcrro's home James PTalaferro .
pn'tint et numla of votes are : Captain is ht'CU1ily"koant..1 by his
Democratic Convention" from the by his friends, neighbors and fclloweitizens Springs. 1j 1jf.i
in Duval county, :Stockton; received and John N C SIOI.ktUli.aUII old friends.J. !
Second Congressional Dintrict.C where he is t set known, \\ )\i>iH\, JINK. 15. r:
while Taliaferro
sixty votes, a second Primary is necessary I. F. Teddar our progressive
I I. Wilson and F. 0. Henshaw in his own home. Morning-Di-uion cf technical 1topim. '.
received 711 cent determine the .
180 or nearly per to contestHcsolvcd market man, is hurrying the build

of the total vote, being plurality of for delegate to the National I IVmo f tut her, That UlltlU' ofthecjindidatcH ing of hiM tense" on 1'idgrvvuid avc- AT 111111 twAkt"s II'JMK, m>

120 Stockton and eratic Convention from the Third for (iovernor rvreivvd The" Editorial I'agt.It...) by II. A. ,
over a majority flue with of Grace Church.Mrs. In Duval county Davis rweived

all of 180. In Stockton' home Congressional I District. of the vote cast, and thatno left H. McKenzie, TimwHerald, Pa- ft .
over a majority Harry Sargent last weekto ;!,(m.S votes, or more than 57; jKvr

precinct, Senator Taliaferro received) William U Ellis for Attorney- nomination having I been made, join Harry, at Oak Hill, whore he cent of the total vote of 3f, 1 'J,1 being Utka. iH I

!70 5 3 of General.A. the candidate receiving the highest < w to Improve the Association, fr
tote, or nearly per cent ( is fishing a plurality over Broward of 003 I ,
the whole vote while Stockton got C Groom for Controller. and the next highest manlier of A niece of Win. Johnson's, who and a majority over all of !507; 1 It'll I by. H II Mcl'rear( )', Sun Gaines iille t .

only 217, or 441 IIl'rt-tnt., Taliaferru'a Win. V. Knott for Treasurer. votes arc Napoleon H Hrowanl and I ban been spending the winter here' llroward got 1 Itw'ott"tl.(> or about \ i tCirvuLition

Stockton W. M. Hollmay for Sujn'rintend- HoWrt W Davit and >4t"n.II'n- returned her home Best Develojunent led by .
plurality over ling fifty- a to Key :UOJ} |p'r cent of the total vote. I *

three, and his majority over all for end of Public Instruction.H. mary is necoNHary to detennine the I last Ratunla}'. Her cousin, Fred In Hroward's home pm'inctl-J'i.. (' L. Hitthifier. Star, kola ,
E. McLin( for mmishioner of TIH.Ivt'rti..ill. iVjurtment led *
ty-even. eontotUesolved. Johnson. wcom| anieil her. Fredexlarta received! llJl 1 out of L'.Tl: vote, or

Notwithstanding theno conditions, AgricultureJohn further, That no one ul. | to .be gone about a month. nearly 5.: }JT vnl, making a plurality by E B Wager. Star, Titusville.C'ountry r
1,. Morgan for HuilroadCommissioner. I CorrwpondcnU, loll 1 by
if fr. Stockton has Teen quoted as do- candidate for Serretary of State received Monday, L. McDanU-1 ami family over Hrowanl tlf thirty and a ".... i
E. U! Mack. t.ys..wabitd l.
! cliring that "if Tnliafcrm lacked a majority of the vote cast, moved tmto the TetKLtr! pl.uv, on majority over all of nine; while I
J. Clifford H FobU-r for Adjuuntrtieral. and C II. Walton, East Coast Advo : ,
, and that no nomination having I Uvti Spruce (Crwk near the" N. Smith Hroward ,
only a single vote to I('('ure a major gut only ninety-one votes t#j

, ity" he would make a contest in a (/ \ made, the candidate receiving the (place. or biuall fraction over 39 per ('('Ill. ('ate'fitituyoille.
/ E. How for State Chemist. \ Wehmeday night, June 15 all :I IIml"III'r
H. ,
attend primary and that he int highest and tho next highest num- In starting the engine" of Mr. I..uftM'rr"a of the total vote of the pminct.Hrowanl 4

tended to "make the nomination co It. Fcnwuk Taylor for Justice Supreme > ,U-rof votes arc" II. Clay Crawford steamer, A. M[or ford had the oeuvre! the entire vote : of the a*u'i\tilla.: who tIe'H
Court for term tlf eh sire to tlo so, will, accompaniiMl by :j
years.J. \and James E. Hroofiie, and IW't'unlll misfortune" JiMnist broken.It .
a to
t those fellows $100,1101)I( ). I' >1 get -twenty-in one precinct a majority
II. Whitfit-ld. Thomas M. their families, leave on an excursionto t p
Primary is nece!\Harv V determine is getting along nicely. vote in fight precincts and small
Since the primary, some of It' is:
Shackleford and HoWrt S. Cockrellfor St UMIH to attend the Expo-: !
1' which f't .k tht' III It.lM'n. ( 31)tainIt"uncl..r" came over pluralitiii over Davisin three others I t .
newpapers supported -
Juntiiv Supn-mc Court. Monday from his home at IakeIh'resfonl ; Datis rwriuHl a an.jurity'ott\ lion i i
ton have declared for 'fnlia!/rnl; of Cir -I ; \
. Charles II. Parkhill. Judge Tlie .tlitor of the Gazette-New, ,
Pecta: Co. I'ounJlleaJ.l \ bt have some" worlllont. in fifteen of the twenty-six} precincts t
fc, come of them have urgently ad/i iN'tl for the First Circuit. iMxtMnpnied by Mrs( Fitzgerald 1 ;
cuit Court ex e
his rivendiore drive lot. We
:? Tuesday evening li"K11:\ An- \ understand in the county.AT II'
Stockton to withdraw from lilt rate John W Malone Judge of Circuit II that he intends buildingthis Inv is fa be- with the "bunch." ;

and several of thorn nt'1I1 Ilt'nI Court for &'COUJ Circuit dorson went tll call hergramlmothiT" iu\n' HOVE. ._- t

which had remained neutral} duringthe n IL Palmer' Judge! of Circuit Mrs.( Elect Coi nk, to Kupju-r and I summerWe Compare the foregoing with tlwitiord Work Road : 1
I hear that the Port Orange on I'rogreitlicf. cf'
first campaign art openly nlh'o.I Coart for Third Circuit.: i was horrified to titid her lying dead Hotel of the ballots in Mr( I lhi\U' 1
is sold FjHtern
to two gentlemen T I' I \
Hod'iington, a prominent i
I eating Mr, Taliaferro's nomination /
Circuit "
of home .
1L Call for Judge county.The
R. On the 1100rrolll.'sy wa tln I and that they" are going to citizen of Hawks I'alk.'a." in Iay't:
even including some that supjiortcdf Circuit. total of Putnam 057
the Fourth was ,
Court for death Mr Cook i "u.kf''t'r extensive I
: CHOW of the lady's improvements.K'e tuna 'I'hurt.lay. Mr. Huddington \ *i
[ Governor Jennings. W friHocV, for Judgoof Circuit of which Davis revive! 705, more .f
of and was say he is they first man to travel 1 \ ,
wan seventy years age
: If a majority of the Democrat of Court for the Fifth Cirmit. I !>olutlops Adopted. than 83 j-ercent. of the total county 4
Florida of. Circoit tpivan-ntly in gas) hralth until the vote, and 310 than over the new Ihtona-New Smyrna r
after careful consideration
a J. II. Wall, for Jndg more a majority;
At the regular meeting of the E. ro+ d, although part of the trip j
t of the foregoing facts and figures> do Court for tI1t1 ilttiCircuit. time of her death. Only a few win- A I. Association in branch of the while in the entire county Hroward made in a Uiat. He that was b ;'

_ act reach the conclusion that SenaI for Judge cfithe tlisI only eighty-five ,. Dam) rejiorU
Minor S,. Jones ate s In-fore her stead body was Palmetto" Club i action was taken on got 'olt. work U, pitwn satisfactorily .-
> very -
tor Taliaferro is fairly entitled to CinuitCourt for thJ8eTfnth, I f.o'rrt'tl11(' waft beard" walking the" death of Mrs. J, (I. Brown, who carried) every one of the twentyst'ven on the new highway, and when I; 1

I the nomination it wilM minule, precincts by large miorititie+, "
('uit.Jam"i around in her room was an active and useful member. (iipk-ts! | will 1 Is, one r.f the J best
indeed.' T.11'ills, for Judge of the receiving every vote cant for Ciover-
Mrs.I Coi'k was the mother of MrsCnxrge ( The secretary Irving aWnt, the an.lm..t useful roads in the State. .
Cin'uitJurt fur the Eighth'inuit..1.11'alter nor in six of the" precincts, including
Amk-wiui" SIw oame to treasurer wan appointed to draw up Mr.I Iluddiiigtoit is a very enthu "
Major and Mr.W.( AWrcrombie, Kcho" for State .\Uor-I his own, while Hroward got: votes in "
rexolutioiiH with her death.
regard to
SIMtH' ,
with her" daughter nearly "jrtHltfr, and in
' I Daytona: always
,, of New Smyrna, were the guests of for the First Circuit. only fifteen pnvincts.
hey "The- Divine ProvidenceIUH" awake
St't'Uht ideas
and forward to new that will f
wa looking help
their wn and daughter in I Daytona Cary A. IIan1\ for State Attorney two yearn ago to remove from our mid..t. Mrs( The inevitable deduction from the the East Ci\\t. I
visit, with her children in \'t"10)1' ;;
; Ai week Major and Mm. AUrtrombte for the Third Circuit. to a J 0 l. Drown foregoing i is, that Mr. Hroward low ..

F have just returned from an A 0. Ilartridge, for State Attorney Iowa nextrnk, "lleaolved. That, in .her demise" received his brgtttt vote in those\ localities a') .

wtendrd trip through Louisiana, for the Fourth Circuit. The rt-m.mw were prepare I by we have lot it conviention publicItenetwtor. in the State where he" is leant Miss( Jaltit"" Hauk'ms one of the (

{iaeia l'n krtaken Bingham ft Maley andThursday known and! his teachers of the 1 HarUiw Public School ,,
ippi, Alabama and Georgia John C Jones, for State Attorneyfor "ReaoIviHl, That a copy of this l>o vote in tIlt ,
The trip included aiait to the the Sftenth Circuit. bl.ult..1 afternoon, ArI"Gllani,1 sent to the bereaved bu.bnnd, andto county and precinct where l It e liven is liuiiK wi a vacation. Miss Cub-

l scene of the Major's boylioml days I John M.[ Bryan D. V. Fletcher, } by Mrs.( Anderson and Wise the" prenfl for publication. and is beet known, while Mr.( Davis, Ix"Jb"a friend, came over with her

r M Gjumbna. Oa., where(' hat! not I N. A. lUitrh, A. Q Dlount, Jr., F..A. Ada .Anderson fur Vinton, la where "nrllf' \iI.J Hi S\\\ [1.1., and will lit ht-r gust for a few i

'. beta in twenty-two }'oors. I Crawford, J W. Adams Warren E the interment will take place. I Treasurer [Continued on laiC I'.II.1) oaks t,


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';. NeRs Satujd'ay 28 1904
Daytona Gazette- May .
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,: THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS ..e>sr rrrtr4r-.";4. .....,.v.-. .-" ..- .. . .. ...xe.a*. t, GREEN GARLANDS FOR THE DEAD 1t .......,.......................................;;

: : l'nbU..bt-d Every Saturday oxfords.r : .
\ of SHcat tlenoes .. Be {
-- The Memory Edw.PHOTOGRAPHER Ge 'Harris.
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:' tr KMV: nTZGKlUMi.: 1''nI.I..IIER. t << Fittingly Commemorated) I. I -. .. "

I r :: --- .-- -- + You Oul\. 11"\'O.kl Wial '411., p.OXl'OKDS i Surviving Comrade. I : ". .J L. f
-Sul'lII.'ril'tluu| #fl.SU|I..r Year in Adramr + : -
: that cimrfs, from tlt:- j << Nit Monday( is Memorial lX 1'- ..s
i" ',: Beadingutkr.s tOe I s'r UooI..t1Ttlllt' .<.< i *
, "t., --- -. : to knmr and rajBir the itmrrT t : i ,iti'l the stmivitig member uf Joe U.j

" ftt.t.I at tow IWtoflW at DiijtuiMFlorida Honker I I'*t, 0. A. It. will 88 i. : Peck Block 'Phone 91 .
feet t-corofort.>> Fur IMA, -t :: : .k
AM Hueond (TaM Matter 4 .. tiieir usual custom pay tribute to

, : $3.50. For women $1.50, >? and! ? t ti : thfir departed comrades. About fif- L. 'HI .

jI Ialurday, Mar :!?', liO.. ** mAll":MtPubto't. I ,', l vpuh i<< tt't.u.t'h>rnnll who wore the Blue ......................... ............... .

- .- -- ** .. the and bloody Ci,il .
f ui sanguinary -- -- --- ...rI ,
Ott ready for the It'\'fImll'rimAr' \' : Wlien you retort a pair we w.uitt : 1, \ : War between the North and South ......................... .... ................... ;
Everybody) ihowld vote .: ,, Itt'(- what good I. Myitli OXFUII! h r f :. forty' years ago nlumber the sleep of .. -

: any of tlu- above price will buy .it t L .Grp Ii tin'leadiiithe environ of Iineiinod > f I: 2 :.
Jim Alexander luw Home into the S I Cemetery .

ducloraifiing bHiw Jim t'i.i. : store .** J Members of the 0. A. It will .sruiMf .. -
,' dttitly) ualiarr) ; there w more nuuey .4
in raising ilwcls than ill running .. << i 1 :'Si\ ) |I' in harp, and at 2 o'docl :

Isr COOglCIM .. *<*< will pruved! to the cemetery, escort i. .i

f : Clothing, Shoes and ..d I by the Halifax Rifle and Citi : :
w I..r Snitdn) the Miami New mati.. : :wx: 61ove Gents' ** r.eus4' Hnnd .. .. ,
: Furnishings After the ritualistic services the ..
it* ihitwl anti 1 graceful |how tn the I .

public 8h a live Mild Hid..- wikr i F; DAYTONA, FLuHID.J ) .iolli.Aiiig program, prepared by the // .

murmur di'ily jtHinwI. The new J <*< Ldi.r... will lie rendered: I ill

daily i* publW1! *! l II y Colonel' l K T << r.tar HMtiinln Haunrr .CltUtD' Band .
PECK Si FqSTER, Proprietors. : lim.rafl.ui n r.J.C.MtR.yaolds .
Ityingloii, whir has mad11 gnaiMicce4 : .\ni-tl.a Sunday SchoolAOUrvw .
f. iif lilt Mf--U I> ...nt..rpntot'&wl.blial.td M. *. .. *. ** *. *. +t.f\ti .44444444444.44 Itryto.t .ltd loW.bt.....,UDIU1I1. I .. ..
/ IUT. B. F Karab .
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'u.tAbk.el Hatter- "I -" '- -- --- YORK c.OF
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an ( ('olun bIN .rttUroi' Band .
ing re iita'i" in FItri4a'N l v'r; ; Robert L. Smith. Some hincston Kkkkt" N.late Hatlfai RlBflo .. .. .
juunpri .
... :
1'I.ctaK f$ on the gran.IN
tttic finl I The daily\ in ably Ot ,rs t I 'I'hi' laitfc: 1'11.-1 1 f P.iU-nia fnend. t, l HI''Iidl'I''' lit! Mamitutt 110&\ t' ,.rtf'd Ibnlr.4r.. l'tU..DI' Band : S. W. CARROLL, : y
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!, n4 is n ivtlrx uf the able manner 11tthich of MIN Kobt-it l L niith till. be : Md fund" i.uild a hi,' 'rl' jMth PtMI Commander George H. Mat. .. ..

tin nivkly' wa conducted I greatly t' ..\t'J tu h-uiu "f tin1 <\liatliof .lung the sic,'t ft. on Uidgtw-xnl to !.hews hag i issued I the following iirt'latti'h : THE GROCER. "X =

Miami[ ran now |uiut with pride 10 I ihib ehtimable lady at her homer I 1,earl h to tht' uc'CaSion' f ;

excellent dailies aU of : ................................. :
her three I horn in Canaan, Vt, whenhe wi: ( 1 I. H i'i! i t- i-rr-uiij ., :tit i r>utueuttagt. Ju linker Post, 0. A. H., Will .... ....0 llli..i ;j
which appear to b? ou the wave of born and reanil' IIer maiden nanuWJH "n lu- Kiinisii.ii IU'l'l1y( O.fI) Day, Monday --- = .;;;

pros>ority. May[ they all live long lira Eva Goddanl A ouple Hit father.ui.law'. Mr Cnitir. will May :t1I>. at Pinewood Cemetery. DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS :J
: :Meet at Armory at L31):: ) sharp; ,
and 1100 rittlt.
I It of years ago she paid! a visit to her shortly et>fiiirifni the rr.+'tion of
leave for u-raetery at 2 o'clock, e 8. it:. DILLINOHAU, 1lrolriloulr -j
sifter in thin city, and this visit culminAfed oiu on the 1 I. ,I ,f:, >min t'Ortl'lCl l by the Halifax Rifles and Citi- McC.Uaa CD. tdwaeda. Naa._.ra. .;.

A Flattering Compliment. in her marriage to Robert J. It t'.n.M: ha: bought the ten*' !Hand Flowers are solicited

,. In the late Primary t'H.ction the L Smith about tux months after her house u'\'ui,1! 1 I I.v \\'tilt- Parker at U> \le left at the Armory. Moulding, Scroll Sawing Turning, InsideWork (

total vote t'-at for County Coouuis- arrival in our midst Kuitftton I Id \\ iii: i.<'lIt! del it into G Io.: MATTHEW y, ColaalalCulumasl'unht,. '_

Slk of which T L. Mrs Smith luo lcr. Mr. E.: CSartwell a boarding h. t."'. 'u'ii ,t. ,ipacityfoithirtv Post Commander. and Wood Yard* i' ciao'. to order l'hoM 10. t-
f ()nfifAA II. F. D>a-cLiA>, ,
not gers received lul, larking onlyfair watt here the port winter. v'1" .'". Post Adjutant. 4.U DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ,

the t-mf.rt aunt Hun .lf! al'I i. -. "" .
of miuiiiteriiig tu rate b t'UM (; "I linnKmxM -
vote receiving a majority,
thrrt'"rn' four of her invaliii daughter, and on the } -i. ti. .I j i r',' s t. i t liar Captain John H Parkinson hasolx Rev. J. P. Oralun Rc iiu. .......................... ; :
notwithstanding issued the following order in
candidate aspiring to tow position return of the mother to her Vermont toll.i \I. -' f \\v i! !I. t 'I'! !|( .Id iriM The members of the Ilaptist DR. BRUSH :
. . .. r fereuee to tJceen-nt. 1 1
home the daughter au-ontponied her I JIIE tll'x! N' 'II. 'I.I| tltw/ 1 1
I Avlmh' he ban M) ably and faithfullyfilled j | I AH member of Comjuny K are i church held a business meeting on IIOUKOI'ATIIIC 1'llYsR ItN 1 1
the The receivedby i MrH. Smith improved to a runsider-, p;" t r 11,"'t i' 'I evening at which time 1 1
iij pi.t vote hereby notified 1 to meet at the Armory Wednelay ( > .
I Mr.[ Rutgers, while de *erving, w able extent for a time, and bright !j \\' .\ I I':, .I'! '" '. !' I t. i _; ,\ i. ,n at 2 o'clock" harp) on Monday. the resignation of Hev. J. I1. flraluiman i

a flattering ttwtimonial of the manner anticipation were indulged in that ,I bum May :kt> in i\rv\ '* unifonn and white pastor of the flock was tendered, Chronic UtwenM a S|..s.mjf\' j( > '. }'

\ in which this gentleman i iot e- she would recover her wonted good) I .1 I l 1,1'1 i 1.1" i- l 'n'to; '? 1m i'idl. Cloven TIt oojupany: will escort to take effect June 1. The reverend ---

t tcviufd) hid constituent, acid forcibly health, but the malady with which .I"'t.\\I' l. ,. ? r', t U.lu I (;ttl.etrtrttl: the U.to.\Pine. H "and vtMNI Confederate Cemetery, where Veteraux gentleman has accepted a call atPunL'1 DR. E. R. BRUSH ';

, deinonBtrates that the she wa afflicted wan to, devj-m-atod 111'1' ttti, i Goroa and after couple ofmonths
]x of Volu, U county are quite aatiaiied for[ medical skill and climatic \1r'I'l it>! ii.i.l t .i :uuh heldAll vacation will take up) his << 1.

that the. material interests of the inHuenceM to t'tt 1bat. and with a renewal well Mink on' :.<., \>, rf'u: ) "<" % retired or neatly dincharcnl new pastoral duties in that place) I\H Third .\\1111" i iOf'llu..it..I'UI'h

county bliall rwnain in tl* Iwmb. of of the attack from ,,,hil'hilil' Mrs( i rn'-M: 1:1:, t ,,- .I\ !hl'l. plat't'10J II Members "ltn Ian l lit provided with Uev. Grahaiu has been pastor of I I".' t "..j i iN t
uniforms invite

ale U) participllkI
one who jiotrtK** many advantages! formerly lI.rJfen,1Iwart i troublestthe I: T !1/1': / .JuHS B. let kl\tt IIS. the Daytona First Baptist Church ... ................Nh f

by a ripe experience to one who soon deparksl thin. life Her Mr( I Ili\ ,> !i.-. "r. : ',i>inii'ht: 'r HIS" I I CapLiin COJ/llnanltin for more than two yearn, and during _. .- -- -- t

would IKa novice or new man inth'w gricf-strakeu husband deptrted fot ter MrM.ni't( : 'ii'i I..I'! "\ .''amiMn. : *- .\,. U should IK, the grizzled! andhan'he that time his miniltrriallahon have -, ....... 11.-u.................. 3 1I
oni.ible the Hceue of her demih- immediately I \\eats"n r. \.' -,
iititiu. the membershipand
rtj p. del veterans who donned' greatly augmented
t 1V'hes the June Primary roll on rweipt of the m>rn>wful intclligence. rllll'! 1:0.: .rth t 1/1" uet'k the (ray and follou'(
around we tertte.ttly urge the voters for A sL't'! t. -r II I of war under the matchless Lie and 1 He has made a hot of many warm
; Mm Smith wan a lovable, I true I If : \\.IL' ,. OPTICIAN.I I
to turn out and see that T. L, flodg- yt.'i thus who were robed l in Blue tinder friend while residing here, and it I

ere as Comniiwioner of the Fourth ('hr a>tian woman a doted and af- just rtk..t .1, t1 u!i.ill l -tr t'f. the illustrious Grant, will make will be with a feeling of keen and i

, District, vindicated and! his'otlicial ft'diunak"if...., an earnest and ardent I North I tii': I II brothers deep regret to many outside of his
nmmou caiue, a*
acts ewlor.etl by melee member of the Christian En: AIlN-* ,.I.) I I. .;; | i, .- it' '''h'.1' at his
a I 11. void I pay merited tribute to their \arishionern[ departure. I II
rl tl.'n\'Ir Society and her many enn>- fntiii Ki-, ,,, < \\1.. ,<' ,-inliaw I I
ion. Ilii i careful
every gallant comrade who have 'fII'SI."t l
official in the hlug I traiU of clutrct4 endeared l Lt.'t'ui"I' ": ': .: ; t'I m' \' .'(.k..
duty pnt deserves the tll the other fchoiemf .
h4 her to ail with whom* she cuiue ill |Htlj"I1"\! '?11 K.,in- n-l IIH- .. .\ RI' .\W.\Y ItIVnuiuatetJ : I IEyes ; I
of all who IMIU- '. :
Mtty approval <(< vlt-rnnl tkiuplDK, II round Examined Free ]
the true interests and 1 t'on tact, 1"lh'lIIi't t I" 'r't'! .in' i ,n h lot Tb.tr silent l..nU.r.. .prra progressof : The OazeUt't.I..IIII... "'uttri'eeundolenc WI".I i i .1' :; r.u-in t .1..1 airsal And glory guard .ltb solemn round I, gof J. H. Orncr Franklin drove 111. II"! At ("lurk J wt the county at J heart. Let the Democratic Thf bivouac of the II......" h oVvloj{ a stubborn ukvr unyielding ; U
, to Mr Smith in hit, iut., I .1 l P.I\ \At diN-tont and rvmeJk for four yearn.Ttn :::: ======
\ ,thus county nay Tlie hearts of the American
great .
UudJ..n's '"'It'a Salts curvd. It's'art
"Well don arable low \\ h "i! +ti I !'n i > .: : !I'" > d t 'li't I
good and faithful servant Ta'p'e' throb today in unison! with a* good fur Burns, K-olJ' i, Skiu
," -- -- -- i"f /:" t .1 i i: t ; '. It" PI ,III, i 111 {rct 1 eruption: and 1'1J.... '.'.V at The At- ................NNINIII
by overwhelmingly re-electing pride and admiration at the glowing wool rhamiacj and J. M. JontV drug :
1.1$. 'I,. ''II' C. rablan LawATTOKMKYAT :
T L \riTltu.Int'I K> i' II : st' i- .1(1 ;lu'avsIil'
Hotlgew County ConuntMioner duels! of valor and bravery displayed ) IIt4.U". :
.t the Fourth DitU-ict t'"", I.t"'DH4 it. .JM..iblt fill tiiutit) urailway : ..ll! .11' I !'i 'I'i i IJJ.1 i I. \ \\ :
June 7thIK --- ---- --
m by kith the IHuc and the Gray Room I, AtUntlc Hlmk !I'!
wren'k ami the KatttctauHtiiniiRaking t .. I p. %I.! ,i- .1 I 'I i.' n.idv I to
, 'Xt human winks. of nuoVivra irons and in humble and blind adoration TilE DAYTONA HOSPITAL. I ortwn ('use HprioK_Mi.iuiio i ,., .. I i il
11I"t' i i v\ '1/!" >Irl.r built day. aDd Wftln"at.I..
Tbruat and Lung tnuihW. But .' ,
sins they justly and tucmlly revere their > jrtoo Thur l y iri.a.r ni..t >
Low Tide on the Ikach for advent. of Dr A:lugs New l Wov\ I.rth..f f I. ." 'I, "I| | ..lit' 'he iluiskvgr New Equipment. Trained Kune N.turdy.. tf 4
T 1 fur ( .....Qml tiull. Toughs and) fultS.11 ., memory. May the sweetest dews of Comfort quiet and privacy NN.NIN.IN/iI.NNNNH.
... -- >\e Mi 'ml.; i is :a r mi tra tof
lint; w ; <
II' M _wen.A.. M I' \I "\- tin unit ,-,airs van l I.- run-d and heaven bathe the lowers( which Ambulance carriage wniceNo .
-- iojkt n>Ht,>nmtiob w no !uiur*>r utws' land alii i 1't.. i ,, M.' II '
lay.. 2a:!,. I.:' :04) I (N DIM-l/i .' 42 :J :.1 Mary Urn Lois (Vit''tr. nf nUtvr l 1,10(11I1 l UpOD the grates of all the 10) Riy ttm-t. Telephone 3 ?.
.t 1 JJII.H| .". IK .tl1ll!! :3 42t }I la** IH oily of nitti\ whiw Ills wan gallant old soldiers of the unhappy H. SEELYE, A. M., M. 0.,
30 :l :.! ::! 17 lh'
t ;t3o7 IUiVt'tt hj Ur Kinir. few biM"oxinr This
, 31 ant ai.-i .. IN :. I2 :IU neat n-miHljr in fciiaranUvd' for all Itul.t:. .\ \l!..!, :.in! fainttiueast day when the star of glory of thus
G. P. Co. I
E! Jour 1 317 :t 5 Ht Ii IiU Throat Ballough Physician and Sur lt on,
.. to and Latin dbwaniti" by TIN \1woutll'barmlM'Y dl..I'r! l 1'lIiI.\ln.w\ :1 Mitiou tu nation seemed to l be {>a: !\sing away
.. 1 33 1 It :"I 7 flit'} 7.17 and J M Jour*, drug' their u.urla''s..., ''u;, h will ,iboutd"iilii } I'U'MHlXr.! UAH NTt'UI ottkr laud I'\'ttklrite.. 127 S. I K, I "I
.. 3IS :.117>> 5 :31 hut' N11 gist Crhv .Vktta.i f IIMI Trial lot away like the] Roman Km pi re of old. KITT1MJ. LOffice : \
.. i (iUl 1111: .". :2r! U 02:! ,I 14.:. torn frtw ;t tin < ,1.1' V'i of/ t'it-! )l'IlIldiu"' ,; .. .. and HOT WATKK HEATING.UM llwurc Tt V a. 1M", | t" .1 ., wXo
Ii 52 71.:. .. ::t IU iNI 10 4sS. ; .--.--. -. ._____._ 1'1lth'r the suit and the d<> 'itril IM: THE Mi*)**' BtlLDI.XO.: ".
u Walt Ju.1I1I11..n1 dayIlluc Tt'11hm. "
I' halt
7 ia:!! Nth! : 1!10.Mill ill
j H3: 'UI nl.Js: : !, 14td.rthe blosson.the If you want j'Miutln don day or night .
, .. N 'J2l"'! ed&. ; .. "..'il", '' :;lYiri: I'ndrr the earl Isis tbr oily |phone H7 Tt>>>y take a phone to Ivd -
I. TRANSFER CO. with them
ii loia.io&o :7 .
.. .. 117 lar.a ;
S. H. Gove
.. 10 11 tMUl: S711IC.I. :r a 01 07
11 ........ .. Holly Mill Happening ,
:Iu a 12: :'let I i 11I1I\> i"\ i.1.I, i
I .. 13 rj2i'i2a'j'! : .. 30 tl: 'I. MattIllth Hill :'I; Mrs .hI1l1' A U1TUT. lllll.l.R "'I' t' -'1 ''It. ing.Ibsklt'nr .
i .. 1.1 1 10 I| 1 17 '" ....... ... ,..I.I ....... Rubber Tire Carriages I'me llor> .> kartfut tkrlvrraWrttltt holly May $ aid1 l oHnf, Dur"I' ,n.. r nllir
: 11 I j 2 (WJ ..,_ ...... .....1. ... was uplUaJ..iug elk on fni'inls tins
- -- \'niMnl and \UUM.I) ill 1.1.-'
Ii Ud. hawnlwlareorAfgr low- -lid" Hl-lltMUlt| .\>|>iil tm :II.\\ It, |t.... I1, '"" -I UIIMM. .n tl.. ",> week I J'boht' Ml). 1.,1"1" I I H.rhU.HERT I .

,'tears nltrt all -.end| to.< ,l-.i-n. t.u> t" 'till |H( ,1! th." s1: .\ On Momlay, Mrs andIa h "rd ---

A.NY CtlLRCM; or tanmBAtn or .....ti- l'naiaU delr''rnd l.r"1 th :Mtt,a- r'I'h': I t."t. :'" It..j and Mina Farntnn ntuiniMi t. Mr FISH,

tutu Hui'imrtwl 1 by volutUr loutributwu l1olrn', hiring "I j ent tw" wit-U at a

w ill UKKf n n literal 'ttI| *ul t) of Telephone 27 ttt4HC on die I beach Thev einvt| .\ -AT-I..llt l.IVUnd

... l.uIIKtnnu.IILtthw, Pun- l' iutNwwih.ter --.- to> leave on Kiturday fur their home I Filrldstl"rl1I

ttN'y i-:Aint.tl ........... ....e.o... .........u. ...,.,.. .. I ......I.... ........... .........'. m Southern Illinois Mist Furman $ I'II4htkut .
/1.\ 11 make 11. thrrkr who.. t.+? UI1VIIITE for E\; III. "i: widi
nil! return to Orlando) i 1't'rft'fthllC .
IAad Tn
\t AI!tfulttt...n galksss tlf 'lAlft'. bud ,'ni IIt.itoht Drink -
: of I.)1.. atkl mix 0 "IIOII" ,r, LILYVAI'ER I . Mi*. Taylor left un Thurhday to I __
Tune Uu.iOil| ) with it, muUtuj ma Hjn end some time at lUm\ .1tr'a'rid, I I DR. J. Hi P1EK5ON.
,-....t of jKiint uUmt f L it) jvr, snill.ni ..4r 'rl J 1l: :And l Preserve Your Health. ,': nu the jfuinsulaOn I .

I'on't IKIJ |l Ml H jlCnUoB) f.., l.m., '! t yl lh '! ut.%TIT.
oil I \\ orth 10 ,rents' ) whtcl YIi;: .1.) \,1,1'1'' iY LJ lIs'i itltt.I}' fri'wl from ail nfilitlt'ltt', << Monday( night the Cherokee MOUNTAINREFRIGERATORS I II

JOlt buy ullwr jviiut in 1"UII \utlmjwvtut tin I 1 took a number of Holly Utility outn I Peck HI lii.l in'.
InW 0'111. II* } t :--it' UUltl. F'iltt'ratllnl I I rile'I'''.. : ? the river for a moonlight trip.
Many hou** are m-ll |
I 'lour gallons of L. \ M 1. and! thaw Jl"lIlIlItItlf tit-ut physician* to bt.t; puiv, healthy i. to his house.

l ine ,",tl Oil lobed 1"\\ ith.ll't and hy'prit'uit. wati'V. Plain I and On Sunday, a party consisting of are the Wildest, 4U..1 arattMl. i
am 'Um'.lluid. Mr and Mr*. Charles Harris, MIB.
t Th.rw. Ul't purest, most sanitary and best: refrigerators It'I.P''X'Ts: ; 1.1.-!
l'ekbntted l'nmt. apt} M>kl I.) R. .. *.' 1. OlD: Vrt.KiJVJSTrS; -5 C. ; Carter, Z\Ip.ih Harris andJMr. Dick
1 S. MiryI J t, .! uison went in the launch Ttxjtoopnnipum ever made IX
WM. WICKING, Manufacturer, Z to Seabniok.Mr .\ f$ol pmicnpti

j ). 1) Rogen vwitf .U-fc onvillr ; i Mann came on Saturday fir a For nuuikin!

i J dais ".t'tl. !:! .....\!....,......!.!'... !'!IJA'!'.'!YTONA.". ...........VLOK1DA....,!'.,... !,...,...,. 'r..'.'!'! ......!.....; tlym on.t visit the Tootunpumpum.to friends here, rt turning R. S. MALEY. un supply hefio..lipartrtUenunihI.r I. Tbo fur(a..>.,.'ar.' bottl.-\liai.(""',. .." ...s......i ,ittt tailU ate I.m.

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the laytona Gazette-News, Saturday May{ 28, 19QiFAJ


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We call a man clever who baa agility

n OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. Humor pliability enough to fit In any nlcbc.
Knottledre of the lujuntk-e vtays no

T FUKIlilhM; ; 1,1 \I itlll, > I I'ASSKMiCK; It/11'f11'l/; execution of judgment.
Copyright I'M. by Duncan M. Bmllh. .

I JEW YORK, BOSTON and the EAST. PERT PARAGRAPHS. I, relatives.Reformers XoUdy'a. child doesn't diitrac hi*

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.Nothing U *) hrartbreakliij as to .

Cf T' ( :'LA. find A twenty dollar bill that the cashier generally want to tart at .. -
i dl
art ti r pronounces A counterfeit.IVrhntm the other end of town and worJAfeggQlhome. ; J a'r

Ta fl'Ei : rtw "

jwme 1"1'I'lt' who do not -

: wn to know enough; to jro In out of Borne ultfteic -mornlns-after look.
J the rain da know enough to know that I ln;: Indlt ltd, may really be health

they uwd a bath. I Ii food faddteta

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1 The Nashville, Chattanoogaand
.- : St. Louis
s ; .;: '" Railway. I
i1_... 1.f.t. ." )-

Chicago and Return account Gen i
Short Rail Ride Savannnah I, eral Conference A. M. E. Church, May '.1
It U 1
not loftlt'fhl t/ experts that I I 2nd to 311, 1901 One Faro pine 60
THENCE via Palatial Express; Steamships moral KUiuioii I.. of math ctfitt In l cents from all points Tickets on Bale

Sailings from handling mul,.... I
SnvRnnoh 1 April 29th. 40th: and May let and 2nd. >
Final Limit May 10th Hut can bo

FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEK On l looklntf 1:8Iu ut the prttUtirc ('<>. I extended until Junu 10th by depositing I TI J I'I'f '
; lotublu I ticket and fee of 50 cents. J
Inn toying
dUtumil that a
1'1lN."ork.. Iilnttlli,( I. ulitp hulls a III.. :'\: s lutli I1.".IUII >-ii|* ,lIllCt1bH. 1'iwUU 14m .
All til L..I ng'uNtn huh.,1. .1 If I. '..'.nt i,,;,, -ululg.. i lw.duk! .1.. orVrit.- rflr not talking! through LU fvnn.iuui l h iNo ; I _
4l1l. ll\IlllIl: ... l...h.l. ., .- ,,., i I' -, i\ati '"". nr <.all on LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRAN y
jillArdmmt CISCO CAL AND RETURN account
'fo\ 1 I." IUI.t foo I? \lut (1' It \\ \\VOUTII.| I I' .\. ou vwiturt'H to remark that talk 1 : ;
r: "1'1. ( :.-.. \---I. R. .t \- u \ .it, :M.I- la rbl'ftLJTlu'n money talk! ,. General Conference Methodist Episcopal ?
: :, I IVi..t"lhi-, .. "_ I Church, May 3rd to tint 1901.llatlonal J
W.W.SEIPMAVHa \:1.) 1 I. \\ |lIal St Umvilk (' S
Association of Retail Grocers H
You ran touch a mates In-art ttuUkfi if I'I \1-7
U. S
---- -- i May :3rd to 8th.. 1901 Tr-
\ 11 you an not trying to tlueh lal"pol'k..t. ennlal Conclave Knights Templar! i
E: ................0..8.... ......., Sept V9, 1901 and Sovereign Grand ii c, i
e Lodge, I. 0. 0. F.. Sept. 1925. 19\)4. !j
MALLORYLINES : A Jcrwy TOW girls tow Jersey talk low rates from all points In Florida. ; I
: even In Nebraska. Tickets on sale April 22nd. to 3mh, .

s qi ... A hard winter 1 lit-the of Inclusive IOth.. 1904 Final Address return me limit for further June r
1 T, Information. I i I NAPOLEON B. BROW ARD
j. i. twine iH-oiilt-'a life to eat !*'<' :

/ .1. t I hi \, link l'I.IIlul..I.11I1I, : 1).w s u lady elt>!>unt kit-ji her w'1'r.-t" Grand B.

!: \ \ II. > I i. \. ., I.nMiliiii: -it"IIIIIJCloII.: S 1oektd In brr broaKlllr In hr trunk '.' I., July account Ifcth to 23rd Lodge. 1901. P.O'I, i The Peoples'! Popular and Leading Can- :+

; : i 1..1,1! i L" I .i.i! |(MI i 1..11011111111. : I Fare, pin ;:5 cents from all point { ;,

- \t'f'tIl of the planet IIP- hlll..lr'cbof Tickets on sale July 16th and 17th I i ,
ALL NORTHERN POINTS : tiiiMt birder than the vortti. ,., 11 I N Final limit July SSth. but can heextended i date for Governor of Florida. ,;

: atfat.I.U\nH: 1'11\\I \IV I AXt iiNICIi: LINK. Tbn... .tniiiN-i iI niwirutlvely "[ >nklii;; ttmt we way by depositing ticket "ltbIPN'1&1 ,
man wants but llttl hn 1 I(-k,,,'. agent and upon payment of a ;
: tralasevery't llll"l-Ia* i l.-.ivu.u JmU...luili.-{ follow S I fee of W centsDALLAS j ;
I Vote for Mini :and) thus KKvt; as Your Governor
f t. i Via: t...- S.-a M.ui'l- .. I lit: In u. m (M.tntl.IU"| Uoiit...l.) : A candidate of one of the tuliwr >ur- I
Via Plant S >lrin .. TEXAS AND RETURN,
> 3.1'tj. in ;
tie does not nt-cesMnrlly get ilk ruinen a Man in Full Syin pat lay with t the Plain People of
flaf"Io"nr,1 1.11 ?; <" {p m. (Flat 11,11.) account General Assembly Cumberland t

s : I'INw''II">r* 1..fl. IMJ totia'J'.t: : tun aiul! S \'oll't11me Presbyterian Church, May 19th .
:C.:!- pin IIHlLillu himi iililli-i'tiiillH. to 27th. 1901 One Fare plan $2.00 f his Native State ( )JIlt' on Whom the 1 Kailroads and r
.. slips away from the n: r For lIIu..trnl..1 inatl.i ,!lIru, ..>. r.---rvaii.in", ti...l.'l*., i-t.-, INlinwF
i : I of wen. Only a watch can lOOt Inclusive Final limit May i Corporation" of Florida; have no ( Maim for Past
k.r. ttuio. lint.. 19011CARTHAGE i t '
1 !!:!II W.t 1111.ittwt.: p
: A. W. PYE, Agent, .: ,d.h.oIllllI".l1l1ri.lu: ,,, i: f Favors, A: Man of tlie People Bi;; of Body, Brain .
N..mrUmev a IM-O bttHlng ariwixl n tI i
lii-n; II i i..IK [I.". I il \_ lit >.n. ii.ti.i. l I'la S tuan'a Iwnm-t may bo attracted l>y the AND RETURN, account Annual Meet and Heart.
: Ing German Baptist! Brethren, May'
1111111........!*....90109 .).I.Jti.. 1.11....1...1... alfalfa on Mi chin. l&th to 27th. 1901 Ticket on sale ; : i t"
j j3olb
-- -- -- -- --- May 18th to 24th. Final limit May I .1.....1..1.11..11....t.t................N...... .. tJ.
Whfti tuiKry. stoop !,('') In-fore soy but can be extended until June
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in { anytbliiK if the nuts U larger Hum 30th by depositing ticket r-,

WORLD'S FAIR RATES you. -- DETROIT MICH., AND RETURN, !;. H. V. BRACEY II'll\l\\l'KVfTI.'' :ltllt1111.1 ItKltitflllfjIIORADE: ; J.

The Same Clock. Account B. V. P. U. of America. International
'I Moss and Fiber Mattresses. 1 1I" ;
VIA. U'hrn ycNj'r atmoth. Convention, July 7th to 10th.
1904 One Fare, pilir.1) cents. ,
,a'. S-. 1,111. -II I .' i'I
r in "' ti i i" ii 1 .
b the lily rlork Tickets on sale July 5th. ith and 11h.I
Louisville & Nashville Will UK nn l nhlrk.An Final limit July 12th. but can be I "nl, I 1'iiniltunMiidi* na flood uSI'r 1
R. R. .
th'lUlCh lm'lf'k extended until August 15th. 1904. by II. ,,. h $t uti.llui.t I' i I. v \ Utytona,1'h\

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Jepositing with validating agent prior
y Tour k.ft drlr .
o Firstela,,.. K\. III'1.:1 I ,: I '" ; I' ''' II 1:1': I I. I 1"1-. to July 10th and upon payment of afro -

d and n-lurn |M-I.:III nu.: 11 I I I' .1t 'i : ,I. I I". I I. ..,Id LIrSplirialii !. E. of 50 centsMONTEAGLE. "'

.Ii -:rrwlltll TENN, AND RE. J Northern Meat Harket :
r I'l I.. rrlllll" Illllll I)4.i'uhIN'r Lil"J'OQAJ.trip I II Ii
limit 111.t| 'tv. q 1\\ TURN account Monteagle Bible
I- A Natural Inference. School, July 4th to August 4th One
. lromd.ttA'ofM\1t' Ti.k.ion -, LU 9 5 ] > : : :.Nt thorn lush tin dar \k "1"h.'I'Li a w-My lit rujrljixl or- Fare plus 25 rants from all point! J.I 1 L. ODUM( Proprietor. i

.. dd only May .- hand i. lulllr.ni to prove that the Mirth Is flat" Tickets on sale June 30th to July 2nd.
Jest i tI ( It.urn: limit I l.'iCorrespondiiui dart', Inclusive, and July 19th to 22nd. in
'n..r iTi'hnbly pit that M ii from r I
I'luRlve Final limit August :tit 1904 t r! Tin1 Largest t and Finest ;
{ low I -.'\11 I Hu I \I.. & N is the I5CST l'\'adJu the Lo"JonIwk 10001It'U.

':; from other points. H-IM"I :: to St. Louis Roots the Bu. i MONTEAGLE TENN., AND RETURN 1 Markrt :south uf Jacksonvile. ; f .

account Woman's Congress,
.' .. An at his tank h ht....", M.i knee I I
*' August let to 7th. 1904 One Fare, \ |1'.1 nylrte| > utorL of nil kinds of c'r

I And. woik, hU rllx>w powor. tTt i plus 25 cents from all point Ticketson 1 '. -It I l.iriilii, and) N'.r.krn M"BtA.
Fur .llwvt"lhw.I.rpNigof hi. i 1.s n e .i 1 .intli." i iiifoiniittiorlt.* to i iJ. I tliUv.k. Ilk.- the bUllY UJ& 1
f I Imprint each ihlnlim h 2nd. Final limit August 10th. 1901. '' ( tt x ; 4.: 113 North Bl' \t'h Htr ct. 1
C. 5TONI:, J. M. lLIMHNtj. Accounted For. Tickets can be extended until October i I I ._
General l'n+w."t.1 1.:s ht r"1 i'Ll I I'.iwM'iitji'r: Ap-iii: I "lie i N too low to cutth a cold." n 3ht by paying the difference! between Phone l in :
i' tho rate at which the tickot was sold l l 1
. Lulll\'lI, 6t JIM; \\ ...t |tot 1'\1"1 "(ant 1 1M' haw OIM now." r.'t" f and the Summer Tourist Rate I \ '

I 1'1.-. "I ill. I Itollo\l'! \ I "\ ., built overtook him." *l tft' .

f. --- I The Trusted Bluff Th-l DiJ Na K Wark. TURN account Monteagle Sunday'I '

I A Fikle. School Institute, August 15th to 30th FOUNTAIN CITY PHARHACY, : ,

Unit' there was H M, \i >.e l\JIttot. 1904. One Fare Illus 25 cents from i

pETRQIr were Several IhoUMind J-.Jlur8 lend all points Ticket on Halo August t.. I 1.1 I I.i:1.Ii: .IKIII; :

wq w than the Trice of u Mrevt far Illdiiixl .' 5th, 6th and Kth. Inclusive. Final i i .
limit August 31st. 1901 Tickets can IInw a 1'0..1-.. t :Stlw'k "t...... ., j
uhnHO Iteudy C'uxh could haveN '
bo extended until October 31t by iUln'tili 1
tq .oo cutrrwh'A '(TI crowded Into the Ix'ft Ear of a paying the difference between the 'tlk t' t."u 1:11'1 I ill\... \TKST WltHnXJ. IInnsH) +. -.

cN/CA uRQ10U1s M>M<|uito without euu.lug a IIolkT rate at which ticket was sold and (hoQum&xr t'OMlkti \Sf! ) "' .11.:1' M/Jl':4. +h
from thw Moiety Tor thu I're enllua of : Tourist llato
Cruelty to nlmal.11 that he but In .i
Perfumery slid' i Fnnc Toilet Articles.
the World won u Cheerful Nerve AI141 NASHVILLE. TENN., AND RE. >

,- an imi'mwlvc I'Vmt. TURN account Annual Meeting tj *' i 5 -
Just nt the Moment when Tblu,1J Southern Baptist Convention and
were at Th'lr/ Worst a l'run..otultb Auilllary Societies May 12th to IMh . 1
I 1904. One Fare plus 2.: cent, from UK J M .loM'.S.: |.i. |>r: t .1 i- .n-alt '.l! |:.i.il.M.' +iuully. during buwi re :
Mlutnu I'IhlC't. to Sll al brie Viitu HI
, I all pnlats Ticket wild May 10th to j |'I'| III-.. ..III. !n, 'I.'i, : ': I 'MMM.. Ill ;VI H "I. '.' :HU to 1U) p. JU.t .
tin Initial uurranti-d to #> to llU:! U- 1 I
lath Inclusive, with final limit ten y
SOUry furs Sundoun the Next Imy or the : -- -
I ((10) days from hIp of ale Ticket I> i
. Money ItetuuJ..l. J llote In Sight can be extendM until June f.th by I
"Hal" Mtid the wctlfH4, One. "llrtnk depositing with the Joint Agent and '

I't 11'1t''I111m(|.rt me CurI ('Who,1>ttnlUt Knv 1 will but hot the upon payment: of a fe*' of 50 cents I ''/illi\Tll I I I \SS 1)UIc : t;

'" '- 1'uteH Lave kcut Him to Me In lien. of NASHVILLE, TENN.. AND RETURN ,-

VtNt' a mi-ill ticket" account Peabody Normal Summer j ,I I t I
.I.II He look like Juicy Picking" wake School. June nth to August 3nl, ,

UK- I'rouluh'r10"10.< ".'otu.', wyFrl"III1 1904 One Fare plus 23 cents Tick ''I
el sold Juno Rth. ith, 7th. Icth 191h
: he uddi.l uloix" "I> t us lie- : 1
20th! July 3rt!. 1th. 6th Final limit I:3vt'i 6
: \ !
I 14UFG COLUtlSJA pair to*' rutintrnaiMfM it Pood 11u tury. niwl UMntt whlk SUIDU-' c.urhIt1' Tickets fifteen (15)can days lx extendM from date until of sale Sop : :

tihimly Fill I 111 l lt you In on tU- ember 30th by depositing with Join.A.nt ,:.
I I Ground Floor on H->IIW )%t . ftACMt f I Ir It bwn Itc..n..1 for SjH-t-ial Kitendj Uruum *- of SO eants upon payment a "Ii\SI\ ?d. \14 1 P\ULOR: I .:.

; I Ukc the Cut of Your Jib-

'Olt \\111'fI the DIuruT \tar, Iltdt'ath'r NASHVILLE TENN., AND RETURN 1
the iVnullcwi line had juared lllui- account United Confederate''
243 North Beach Street.
fide with Ills Stomaih for TLrrr Itd}" Veterans Reunion, Juno 14th to 16th. '' ,': : ,<
r' 1904 Low rated from all
' RUNSOUTHERN ahead the rn.uH-tcr airily auld "Ily points .
the bye I Lave left my rockettunik. at 1AoI
Honte <>n the H';V I 11\no. ('..,,101 you
LiNIh me Tlin- Vile an.I Microbe d'n account Biennial Conclave Knights .....................y ... .t........I....... 4......
RAILWAY Of Pythias. August 12th to 15th. 1904
fJOIf'IILlE IhJI'b'" One Fare plus 25 rf'tlll1. from all
T. C !, ""1,1"." iwkl the Other "I gate my points. Tickets on Mile August 1.1th: Bond Lumber Company

t IjiMt 'out to my Wife tbl morning; tiJ to ICth Inclusive, final limit August Ji
j WASHINGTON, NEW YORK ASHti ILLS and snake the Third Payment on her Linnet 25th. 1904 Ticket ran be extended

I and the EAST. 'I I I I HOT SPRINGS, N. C. innxiiitins t.. f.'fkvn: 1 Pnrtb'T by t1cp 1"'n.t'l\ ..." \\tt' Addnl. *to Kpt-nk U<' upon payment of a fee of 50 cent,

: CINCINNATI, CHICAGO ''I j "TIIC L\ND Of THE SKY" 10011I0"r in the Ijincuace of the Falrl .... until September IVh. 1MI. KOU1II AM: IRIS5IIPIMi : > NUMBER ..:.

i The that W- are Tut a Kind and thr AND CYI'KUSS \ .
j .f1
Only Thin lift for IM to Jo U to Con- I 41
, 1If_._.. llilate llluff! anal Try It On the
, Pullman D..iRn Dtninn S..vi.C r "' shortcut and quickest route to the Lath, 'Shingle, FliNiriim, ( Viling, Hriek, Lime
f "lJh'r
; On All Train. Th. B..I.l' : above mentioned places. Through : ,.m"f and \ anh a.I..t:
"X(>t toilny. ijentKiuen' rolled that limping car service from Jackson alltl 1 t'\.Miutf lit. tIM'F 1i1111Nay uti urallll": A'flDttI'
I UTnE.RN .". IHHrrtl.Ve art not lakliitfl ville.
RAILWAY, .1 f' 1'I 1
r Irv u- tlr' .... ', : a. .1. ru. >-aui!* Art-ount, and you will haveJ For farther Information, write to, : N Il.l.r* -",Hnl Mill \tiniiM.-l ......-. Lu. H* !'''. mtli ..'ulh of Jackaonttlte.

.. Y.A.Tt... P. T M.. V'Ihr,"1 r ; ( '- '. '. r -. r. A Wi$ U 1cr, D GE l...enve your Watehen." or call on j,' Ka..mal'H'. l"r'.llhl\l" Ii .'! th. K t:. c' n"'I I

W. t' : .\ r \ t.: .'\ _. .. B. J. WALKER "ALisv
E \ a t Moral- mot may Fool The El ct 'I i (Phone Mj k. J- Manager.N .

........... until it U CalU-d. S .. Florida Paae< laer Agent, I :
J&CbQnTWt', FlJt ........... ...1....1.1.1.......N.................

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.. TE5 na G z tfe-N ewst Saturda ; Ya 81G1; 4

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I r (Over-Work Weakens An Ordinance ,

NEW YORK 4TjlEilr8.HOW Your Kidneys. I >(I lEGAL NOTICES. >(I I To establish a !10.\:", duutaiaf i c _
rnM/ehwlthluthn TUT '_
i Florida East Coast Ry. -- --- 1"1' a ppoalty for \ 1"'IIU", of ::.
n.nc ; "":
SOME Of THE OLD ONES Unhealthy Kldaejs Mikd Impure Blool (First pub. May II; I Isat Jfan '> Wh''rwi, I GAINED THEIR NAMES. rad hare oo lb* ....n'y.tlnt
Noricn. :
LOCALTIMECARDNo.55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904'1 Ml the blood la your body pisses through ..11... U Ii. rby trl\.o that for undff- four Marsh(111I"1 In) OIM'UtrdMud the year> niui-h.u. .. p ..- _:

your kidneys once every three minutes. .., .al.1 .1111etnlrl', tit the Estate: ur urn cuniraet with the nn af a ;
DOWN. 0 Trlaltr ( ..art'h HaH Murr (u 1). \\ tthDetntflng The kidneys are your I.. M. M.NfIMN,. will. un the-Wli day olJun, tloKtoMld .'11, riKtt aIB ,'A _
SOUTNBOUftfr-ElAD --._- ----- -- Them ,(hln11 Other blood purifiers. they filter A. h I'J...,. ..,,,,11.- application to Ih, Hon. lot tour Itl. Murk f mm I t' r -
--- -- -- I :Mc ('ouu" JuJif ol volu.l. niantMapof lN> c > t "
I se.01 I 71L J ** rnry ) < ua an a i", J
a & .
IM.HMp ". '1 IU TlOIIS.aUr. .\.lhnrltle* Combined-The n..nn t tDroAdnar out the brute or County .1ur1da. tlJ' lance t" .ri,\ ":<.ff 0I1t '
z..u,. Daily. Dally. Killed IttuUon Mreel. impurities In the blood. sale! th- ,..lhl1llnl dt'tJCnl* real l rants titualrd tract.ThererrOhelt, '.

t ... .. . .. .. .. T1' F>BV.. Ar..... . .. .... nan IX ? i If they are sick or out in \.lulIl11iIOI. rlorWa, towlt: 11141'11"1 I n (!II MII- ."
1 IS Mk* . .. . . . .Bo' J......, L'... ......... .. .. .. ... 11 a eeipseip Tiniurrhwnrden! "t ok Trinity of order they all to do A lot r.:. lot utt l'Iu..1I1... AvrntM' auld ,ell la regular "'>>10'11 LUt ,
.... . ... .StAllRUlUA*.. ... . 7 W runnUiK west l Ito I'1'1' .p. sItuattd In old M t, in Work X>. uhnl1 h. .... -if .
lp 19 Mkana ... . : : .: . .. HMtlno. .,...... .. .. .... .. / MaftM ( buret li liatl mow to do with namingthe O their work. Illiick tr. lUilfnixh, Huh-dlvldon, ol .t 1 Ilmluof" the ..>|>..li "f rUhflta1l1l't ; ;::

04 11IUllia .. .. .. .. . .. K. l-llk. ...... .. ... -1 tl p Ntrei-u In the lower part of old NewYork P'lns.achesan4rheu- at I Tlnr.ii.ln.: AIM| taw lInnTn..n"r:" : McNt1Ml taM": hart I.'. .e fit IhUurdlnanr.aW (1tr. and. ll,up.i.Un.M ., hat .
? :
11 ..... ... . ... . .Ar..l.al.th..L'. ... . .. .. .. .1. k IMp than ail other authoritkw: com- matism come from excess To"u.l>lp .... N. |{Mti..- -I ....t, v....ulall.ln.IU wilts* of MM pas in m.Mnyashtti ores -
p ... . .. .. .. LT.J'aUUk.Ar .. ..... . toOavu a p cf uric acid In the rrim>in> or IUMIIKI.KX thinly, tlM-iamc lo I.. I'ulltshtq' b x
W Lined To IM 1tUr. tbf quaint Uur#> blood due to neglected : : Mt. MUHHIMON. .. anti h) pt.., 1111: ,111\" ,1! '

Ar8aDlatfOOL'... ... .... .... .... .. . . .8 Wa cburvh I IImllt kidney trouble. AJml"l.uRlrl' .:..al.' niriun 3Nllir -
..IMP. 100.m.. ........ .... .. .LfIa"M.t4'OAr. . ... .. 1611 'lOp IUlA"h.... liefor Ube flint Trinity trouble .( L N. Morrfonn.i Tb.toa and after. Hi, IJI-.a III ty1....
after Uenrtwr the proa and Kidney causes quick or unsteady Ilat..l mh day of May. .\. !>.. lw4' name" U shall l. A ini...i, rn''Qf

... .L' Neoca .I .. .... I OJp was j heart beats, and makes one feel as though tJlOJII1Q Urd rpO'It any rulhl.b ID .._ 1st
t 0 UP tl P ::.......::::...... .. ... .. .Donnell.. ....:::... ...... .. 9 41 a 3 UP run nf landowner' found name" fur ,they had heart trouble because the heart Is --- ----- -- ----- -- In Ito clijr limit.. \,-. pi UMI(J \lat iZo.t

1 I.. .. .. .. . ... .llUpollt. ... .. ....... . I/WI./ nip of certain (flnt pal,. Yall1 ; I"'J.tn.- tjNOflCIi. j legal duRtI"Crtlu1 ""
t r . ..... ... :.... :... ... ..OrmefA<< ..... .. ... ... .. ..:: .... lM& IMp nmnj tnvt slsnlflcnnt e- overworking In pumping thick, kidney. AnylMNltl..laltngilt. prlruIlrnef.......
p ........ .... ..... .I>*jtena.. ... ..... ... ... .. :Ip t- : ,... fH'tli. for atnvta and byway I poisoned blood through veins and arteries. ordinanrt' shall uiMiti runt and
r ...... ... .. .., ... .....earl ()'&JIII.... . .. .. . .... 4 4Ak 'U p It used to be considered that only urinary V TIfK: It r.-br slv..n thaI Ik* MidrA .. in )Iafu'ourt. II Mini! i."( lat tiltf..
.. ......... ..... .. (twSlsyri&.. ............ .. 4 21k f SP >, inn Malden\ lanr oo the i-arterly aide troubles to te traced > signed ."..Inh".t..,. tat tin spent nI dailni' >>'iii..i .r. Ihltl, t.1I11Gftfi tlla.p:.
I . .. ... .. ........ . .. . lUklit were to the kidneys ttL.r'Ifor.achnln.>
t p .. .. . strait afterwnrd chunked r.tb,Tluc WllwMi and guardian nf Page MMl'nulTlllin ( in Ib 1 11'' '
I E .. ..... .... .... ... ". .TuonU..M.M 4 113p /; tI.I'! iliH'tt |but now modern science proves that nearlyall o. llloo t.... th day of Juiw.A the "
I il#f I ..... ... .. .. ....,. ; .O.Nmn. ..... ..... .. : . Illkl27k U MP tu tit-wit i1"'J1t atm-t Iu honor of i iMUK constitutional diseases have their beginning |11..11/1'4. iu>k. ow'll |l.1" lu 'M 11011.1 rea.Iln' Mar '. 'Mha. .
.. .............. .... . k... k1I' ". ... .... .... .. .. 11 30 p In trouble. J I..-.. Mri'rur) <'''''/I'Y \0<<.... I. ....I s.ciwd rraltua I I" I. u h. ,::
... .. . Oal" ..... ..... . 1 .Mk144k U QOn litorge. by the authorities of kidney iii rIv'ate l'alrrl third ,. hw .
n 14 t ........ . E au i <' 1111 I lip...... ... ...... . . ., Melbourne.... .. ._. . .. . 11 Mk '. lion Ignored the It you are sick you can make no mistakeby following> A.etrltt.d >ro J 'ri oltMtvd la Ap 'mend: "
3t$ & ... .......... .. ... ...S.t>.At&JI.. ... .... .... . 11 0. llOWkwank 11 wit otir patriot ( first doctoring your kIdneys. The mild VulusiSt'nuut.Florida.| to1) ('. I. MN lul
tot ............ ..... .. . .fit. Lurle. .. .. ..... . .. . 11: Mk n.inie an>l ('aUffllt Bloom iiurdulo rwad and the effect cl Dr. Kilmer's Lot r. MulHla\ i"lun .of V>t> 1 And T, IUftrk Ma)i itK ,
I ...... .. 11 Up 1.)11. extraordinary "
. ft. Mere .\It...
1lli 110. ....:.......:: :..... : TlMial......:.._:.. ..... . 11 : pt.... nod then the Brad way" nlmpllfted ;Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is >. Lois*".:a:l. it.j.sod :71 51.unit Hult-dl\l!l, <>n of Lot of 1.Hliwk : .w U. UAKHU

lu / 1 .... ....... ..... .. . Cden....... .. . . ... . 11. r 4lk. Into lirmMtway" i lOOn ,ea:izei. It stands the highest lor Its |.'>t Mlork *. Wart ', 0' Ililt Mutr-dltIjpIp a, flak Tt. '...-..l4|. 11\ o.tan. L .
<7ar. ..... .... .. ....... . .)meta ...... ....... 1SM. .. J W.
I/.s .. .... ..... .. . .. .. .. htutrt. .. .. ....... . ... f il sP 9e0. The pnitent, Trinity flinivb. at lie wonderful cures of the most distressing, cases .:".t V' .t >( iAn *,"" Hitli ol ( MMUN Btotfk W'LIo",1 flu .
i 01 p .. ....... . .. 1I0be Bau.......... t f"Sp 0 Ulk tMMtd of VVull street, I* tintbini ,'(lUkelof >and u soU on Its of:1. I iu'>nrl unllUK.. PlurlilnJOHN llulgtuaif. niapmul surrey I rlIT'S
/ 47 p ... ......... ...... .. w"'J.r.lwor.. .... .. ...... S ItAt all iiA. .
by druggists B. P.R61NsOS.kdminl.trsIor --
,. I P .. ......... .. .. ., W. 1 h . .. III p I that name, tb i two pn*'."::1ng lruo I F..t.t.oI ..
ijnteaou . ...... 1 1 (4k cent and :
461. .. ......... .. lute i .
p... .. .. lrlr1y. . Up T 40k turn* upon KimKiuiiitd You .'aU.. ,.. \\ ...... MId
I 100 p s tp ..:............. ..ft t.aud.J.I.. .. . t P 1 Mk14k I bavlnx l fu burned but U... not oral 'es. bottle may mail .. (aordlaa of Pane and >,
111 Up. ... .. ..... . If.ltandaltl) ... ...... flip sample by run of .mj>ii Paul Tillaran.t .
I tll ..:.. ....... .. ... ...... lI"ol'U' .. .... .. .. . 11p. spun one of the flnt clmrcbttt ul tu tnln j see also pamphlet telling you' how to md +?',,1 1 hut.'tit day of May .\. II.olk. .It**.
I t Mk in ......... ... ... .... Ar .!il",' 'I, .. .... .. . P I city nisi Trinity ban alwh) n h '" the ,out it you have kidney or bladder trouble. I

.- Tn-allbli-Ht curioratkm. iwtmulxnl by :Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .
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SANrOBD BBANCn.STFT I ORANUE CITY I111ANC11. I the r1hr owl ino t Inrtorntlul fainitlm & Co., Binghamton N. Y. I

{ j for no... The churchwarden of thug I I' miiLf niictat.1. )Lot \?thr1.I.11 r-l> uivfti Ihitii.- underHKIIK FOR
.... ,il: .... .3II..: f eT- 114. t ..*. I mi t nut n-lncin
i STATION I. \ I I --1 ail P. church had their own war aUiut hIlW'In" pilftrdliin; ol its'a...t"t.. iif \.
r..lly! F.Ul] P.ll/ Iatl7 I {tier the mi in.-. $wnntl.-1GN.t. l IIr. KuWrVSnnmiiIUxit.
) the Ktrort from the ifnirru W Hrolim a m.un tbe'l.: | dn> u( \1,,". .\.".
. T M .'Lv. ... ... TltU.Tlll, ... .Ar UBOpII Wp lOlta LT N /1m n. Ar \\tit rxp I : uwl the a.hlr'."". lIill' .
L the Ho J.
? Lnkrltrlen ArUin 13 trbiit TwfnTjr-tnlrd mrwt. went Ittltt'nkeaplilk'flti| to *
'3 a LT ..... O'11f'1I Ar l1 11IU.LT i I.
"Vs. ." JtDttrpt1M. .. .. ... Mill It'rr S Y'i;' l 's,Lv Ormtr-ru, Ar ri ieip I of lii.Miiw.iy. along the IliMi4on river ""'I't"| ". X. I. on true bottle. ire Md'mry, ('nunt.* Jndip ul Vi>b.4aiounty
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! Uh1h .. Unfurd .. Lvi 110 txl": !I4feAr u r City if 1..1 ...rl ) tipi ,.. --- -- I'loritta. for .kvr to stall nt a YOU-
-. -. -- -_= ..z.. -- :. = burp < .HHI they owmtl that UuIu -
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: f privatHiNtb . Ms. 231.N.. tlI ho.1ho.\ U.llr.if >tiAYPOITl.lly. ]I N,. 201 N.i 22 ihenwe 1""I"'rt) MOHAMMEDANS AND DOGS. in the C'ullftt"Iu..", and t Stiite

IDD< .' Sua
only | only I IUIIin _1_ ..!>.nl.2 I 1 Hnclantl owned what w.- known m lx. ",
They Take Partlealar Pals Jf.l la : t one (1)) hhiek, !fl". Tort Or-

09 J. to .. L. JkrinoTlll Ar 7".1 a is Mr15i3 3 p 'th.> :itwl the Come In (oalarl. aiicvnnd" :i. 10 nf Lot
; r it* 4' . jarkkOBTlll TIT e :: p In ml iiuiunniitiu lit Ht raar dinn-h 'live (a;1)) ItnUhlwtrot, it' the propvrtv of
j In doirt to
IIO'III"I.I J. seia9C4k Pkbto H.,,rh Tlfit It W I J Itoi't are never permitted I
!i p . AU.ntteHruh TOol II.' h Nat fStfiMliiijj i: to \\ hilt M he''W TWPbtJ enter the dwelling of a Mohammedan, lI'u,1 'snit.
r I / 20a . Ar Mtyport LT 4 /) 11 in. 3J p I boandM I MINMI. KIMIMMliitanliiin.
tbinl stn i-t. by lirwulway ou
--- --- and If one Is found in a moiu be laImmediately I
the cart and the' llwlnou riu-r on the

w.t. consequence of this rxcoinniuulca-

t CIOSK conmctio-t MADE AT MIAMI WITH SICAMIHIP or THE: P. 0 o. i. 6. COMPAKT) rod I Vfatr' >' start wan 110 Nt3I l
| tty Uvaumt the church bad a wtrjr In Deem. III) Instinctively dNpowd to

j I HAVANA AND KEY WEST. : that Htrwt lM>twt' !n llutUion and GrwuI culthate Egyptian dog lire, for tbe I

-- -- ----. I with streets ('bUff'h street bull MOI host part in the open air, feedlnir DPMI

Thi. Time TaMI" snow tht tira" *t "blfth trains rosy l, cii-ertedUi arrtvpnor'doo slut depirl I I caltal l 14'\'"Ollf' it tmundi1) the westside ftnrbagft and any other filth that or I"JE.'rto, ro AI'I'LrOLt LI.T.
"'' &\ I.elt .rrh.1 or "t'"ue &e thn 11111" itete4 it DOt Rq$r.a-,
to0< mp$By hoid"lt..eUrMpmitfUfor any delay or any oon.eqnB e arina{ ther.. I vf Ht I'liulV churchyard Ilettoratrrt chance throws! In their wny. Yet they j ILRS PATH'S.

from. -' -- I n UK honored by the n-ofclenw of are found to lie faithful protectors of '
the rt'et'rr IIf Trinity. Barclay nud V.vty TS' In.111 ii MH> a olio n.Sott. .
I taw property and even of the .
'or Copy or tbs LOCAL TIME OARD or Other Information I persons .-. l' lii'n'li) abut Ih.l..u tin t'ti.
'. I atrwU tart untued after two drr- very men l>y whom they are thus flefcpltefully cln>' of June. \ I' I..... MI I" i'rl.wk..f."td
BEE THE: TICKET AGENT" t flown! of the hairs I tiny tli>. iiiiii>r.li tre iti>d although Konlnl
re rranrifahrMtt.n/II..n11atT.IIstt' .... < 1 he <( Trlnlt) tfiiTH" rtrtrrnitm-d that the murk It IK curlotia to I Kli! >rld., fur iii I
l Asgt. Qon. Poas. ST. AUGUSTINE P' extremely Bee t.-r. paint spat tin' pro
J. D. ..
main urtrrj of the city honkl run the pumas taken by n Mumiulinau I and pu.the d i oinrutcI'nl.il liiirli-r.Miliinllt'tl tier,-wltii puriinutin

through Its luiiil and, fcrniimtad In their a 6f\g .1.'n they bap! {>cn to Inert to llil. Mh ilnof Ma> .\ U. I tit

belief in thflr uhlllt t'M-arr\ ont their ovoU t-ouiliiK' ( In rontiitt with each M K: Hiu'IItIt.J. "IN
intrntion Hml-x.n street wait laid out
Otlnr Not wltlihti,inline thin state offierwfiitlon I I. I.KitNK; I.KCRKH.MuliwriiNri .

Ht. Jotni'i i>,irk nUll ninny other h'tI'fO't'I doK1; <>re remarkably > Mail 11I'u'I"ll&t..r..

I..ftts ,'rf' .4rPf''tl Ii.. hM1Q"t1'fDt'OtI -
numn In the to\\ it* of Hcypt The A IICI.HS or I I.SCORPOKAIION.ArtUIC SUMMER TIME'NiI'Tlllatk'u
ti i 1'Ilrl'l.I"'r.'> l (If hind unit St
ptMehw Is a Inrirc OIM-. about the. nlzeinakA
Jtlbu 1.I I wOM t'nr inn uiwi Ilnh heel and of tli., preyltoiinil \1 a : I.

ID 1"" ..:. III' 01 Ib' banWit'lDt'itt plecon
: of of tlw MoliHimiKilnn Th. .
1 pn> prejiitlkv iMtnit- tit thin iiTi i mil Hi shall U
. of i inn' It r.fi hltivturo in the city against this u..ffiil animal It N HUHckut !- "TI..- fir". ..T.Mi>rrl. hardware Conifuin ."
and ll prliiflpMl pltut.- .rf tiu.ltii'u bui lHt .
i Trinity t +"01111..1 without un &III'deJooi 1
- to slate that tN'y rt-vard tlei 1ltHla'ulu..l.. .'iHinty. Fkwidswith'

. i of the majoi toy of the petyih awl fallc4 i terms ClulHtlnn IUM! d.' : Itlt oynonyImth. utlioruy to i-ftiithiuh hranvh ilBr" -. wild
: I tun>. ultblii Hint wIt hu"t tinHt" -
I tfl its ewlonxor |< of rlorliltt -
7+ 9 1'lt' .t ',i ij i IIIOU" of conn**. 'In the! ntOkt opAM .
I The nrr fam (' of tie church frettwl
prebrious !4t'Uotil Article II.
H the good Itet'I'''>. and more tn npte trw singular contrast for their dl-

churchwardens thus 1"r, -nuN' Hroa.l.W. Tin ii>' iffnl imtun' nl Hi' liu.111.... to ltraiiMHtcd ..>
like for '\')!:". tl.> Kk'yptlttiM lane ever .
u that ol Barr lug whom.. ,
) un 1. inn itni
I .)' WUM name the c.'nt< r of this city i bell cat In mvttteHt n.ht'rl\"III. anti In and rftall ((.'.Unit In Hllrdwa,... Plumldng titng

Iteoadwuy i..>.Iulr.lfftb" pri'ft-rence. anti ilM-lent time c\en womblHil thoiu.AIK TtnnliiK.I'nd.talillllt.ld HulldlnK Kllp U.-.,. .'lIrnllu...,and 1 IN'rer1M nt' i Jr ''I. ""I" Snw

lr I t1.o gluey of lludwm street (.h'p"rh..tfW1't"I' hl"lorlan tell u<* that Ilubnitlicn gent.rat' iiKTi-haiidlw KIUIIilnr In hlrh th art'I'Io'- r.trpor of- tlmt'ftu Bcrr1Pt' Vli-. Inii IfM
to return tloii shall il<-.lr.- totrxliTb<' corporationohiill
l \trUJt., two toOl III Kujft the

It him. IMVU remarked that the streets former notary of ''Ilh'nnd tl.' latterof M-lllnifnf SIMhnrr nthi-rmlM power ar4utrlugar111.INwiugit of Imv Inj.\ li-mlng from iwrniciin; luunll'l' ; trigs

lak out by Trinity on tlu- farm arc all mntrartril thai an) Mid nil srlctr..1 |''''-''IIH| proH-rty,
mice, on account so .
I l'rr'Mly and) nl w r'< nl, rMntf, which niuv IK- ilrclsary Mftto rnint'Lth''I" I.i'- tla1usells
atrnleht.' walk ninny In the I )
Rtronn to each other that for ,
an antipathy Inclili-iilnl' to tinprop' r carrying nn
I lea i tart of tbx city nm wondtYfuliyeuiokvd It. i..IKTH) h""ln.-.. Tin rorMirnll shall ,
UM InhlltUnlitA11' known to Ki'lni '
h'4t\: thBiadik'r
lmilit. furtlK-r .. \ .i< t "ii <
pt.1I..r llliiK murtgaa
The of
viplunntion ibis HIM
intermarry altliougb only a fmtlJ.I iiiu.or oibcrwlw .
pli-dtrlnu or dIsp rs/agol
I I fk I I' In the fn .t that tHnrly a small bill aiuntler In sonic Harts. of India, toowe say of li. .. nalrstattrP'-r.'' iul Fn.pt' ,.. M.ikis, !I.,. .,.. I IKU:: ,.. J JXTortii -
do fPStoI edited' on the farm \\ lill.- l>oow there WH'urll) for nn> dil ownl liy lh> rorpormtlirii. -
are told, tU-y lance 9 similar reverciue ; Aliwi of Isrr..wlug' nuneyand of shut. ( llii'u IIIIH'II 1 1 .al1" HI .1 i plural
crooiHi llbPs and tiywii.ru. to aiiy notli for crlniHlkln, 8M the only crlraospunlslxNl IIIK ,imiim-iii of Aim In any mfta.rwr.ISlttI..11. .
tug of tOW' mtli<., were tarns Into .y In* to iiftiuml Jot rwm.
| capitally) there are the murder way thm-lix l.n i-ni. tit I -\-timm I
atrwtM. whlfh rAn In >Ions ,
z wnyanmnd of a man and a l'Rt.-Xt''I\ Orleans Ankle III.
hilU. alley nil uwamp(. i pt'rft'it mud lir.ili.ij) fni'li'i' ,i.
Time Itemnerat.
1, t, v t t Many ntrwta "'it.... natued after th0owners j| --- Tin Miiiniiiii of tln. capital >iockofrorpormliHi this
I .h"lIl. Tiiilr-ll\f TbuUMMt
Tri of property adjui-ent to or A Life lNinr ifi,"*i.i'ii. full ,.W.nd "oa.......-
\Vicekly SailingsJACKSONVILLE through which the way were Ittkl.Mooro Job. able to two di,id..i into tow hundred and
When th itl t% i I 1 rtrw't' VIM orlglnnlly the Hue ,.. -
f\.m. cartful Pslerts sayItalway.An811.mwntoelu (ulna ". Klflwn IttouMiiil of which.rooriktlna .
I' nf UKflrt wharf erw-twl In the cityColonel of a .tork; of .,...|>, m..nl and miSiltl
NEW YORK- It iirtdom gelt. other 'hOurl'.1II In- nil In liv th.- .ul>-
Mow was formerly a large' away the unuilinir
.edbsr.upon nf
tburimrtrr.nd .
I Illll'lJJ 1 ..I'1 I t i
i lit it. > I I llll \ i\ '
owner of the lofll when nnt built upon tinremainder to |H> .ubtlt'lb..a.UIt
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE paid In .* mar h>'i.flt'r IM .1..t.'rniln-il h>
!l John street wn tinned nftiT John An Earlier Voyage the KiMnl of |ttr.vtorArticle.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines J IltAl'I'I'nltlll wit icvhkil In Hniadway. "I'd have jon ""Ow. IIlr. that my an- 1Th. \'.

Ihr. i I and John Mn-vt .111'0 first Ink out 'totofJ coiiMoxer in tie MajUowfrl" at All
tv t41t
BOJToN AND PROVIDF.N'CF. i pooh ttin>mli, hU pardon 'ortandt, "\\VIL you iHM-dn't fet-l stark apit. l... .l-*t'rllll.ll IH. for>r which t.uy"h'lhl ,I'hart.' rear. i -',.1/1 -s-

AND ALL fcA%TFHN POINTS. I Doy nail rUvkrmtn struts It pre t.arr..l "t.JUt mine CIIIIKover In tbe ark."

t'lillnitt nl !iii; I- -t. ItI !, U .1 I through the |>mpt>rty of th> inen after Ankle V. Soda Fountains.
I wfioffi they' wt>ro nuuMii. Ann etrertwua
Southbound From Its.- LusbN., of this rnruorntloii shall inii -
Northbound Lewis'Wharf. Eoitoe j I iinniod after Ann Deekumn. Vandownter. >inlu.-l"d l>) a IWwrdnf 1>lr ' from foot Catherine slrftt. JackwnvillfCLYDE .. ..
not more ban B\ -r.inor I.- ihniithru
itoowt <>lt, Hntprr,
; ) ) ST.] ,1011NS( ) IUVKK; LINK. near HnrrlXon tlhlnirtuii, Mxpenard. Baynnl, aleLuny I nr.tin regular'i lie elti-tnl liutiiiF"lit rmnln tin n.nlnr,..'.1" nil tltrr.-t Inmlnn t-
nod WilU
4 "trt't'tfl flu.' to istu-Id on the wcond TIP .dm
4 Between Jacksonville and Sanford were Ibi dwl,;iuitwl b ."'trust they pns9I Can be Cured with In liini of .iih ''' .-.r. anl.-e <"II"r.I..' id' Cabinet Maker and
,. rush/,- 'I And mull the ttr.t trlw'iliI 1.1
XTOITI.NK' (i AT I' \ I. \TK.\. \:>TuR M I I |It "I. I< I ed through tin property of people U-nr I
UCKCSI: : "lIltI'| (11'iL\ apt 1'1! I th --lix-liiiol.l, Marlon K: <.ruln>r, J. "h < '
and liit.'riin-iat.; l.illI.IIIIW" mi :N I .II|u\s|| : 1(1 \ Kl: i in.unH : lag them uunteM.Ilvatvr Dr. Miles' Anti- I MurrU and I.. I...-..",. (i.rul .lmll. fonntltuN-
thllonnlor, l"ro't'l..1 which l'...rd Mnrliui \XoodXorker
IttIWt wits minted after Pain Pills. *
:-: : : Of I I1M I one ol t:. i.rntTImll Preildenl' sad T,.-..- *
Qty Jacksonville I Ute Dayard family and Catbtrlne after -- nrrr and I. l.'fuc IIr,,",', ."ulll.. vice-
I Catharine Hut ... If y.mr ner\- are /lu.Jl'rt to dlnturbourh l'ri-i>ld. nt mill .1. h r M.>rrv .Imll InH,c-
T Henry 1It1't'4't'I'n"
.VPIiilXTI-IIn .. \II| | 1- "II."W i t antes. a* II..a' f" tntlMiuuhhngtirntht'toor.t
named after stun of tb<> IJutKcm family
' I1aT.' 3A i-'III\1IIt..,...... .. n crtilt1. .
1I11.1a., 'I'll' '"'''.' '' nltd'1'lilltl.t/t-atit:\ :in" 11.1 114d.a"h. Rheuroatuim. MemlrualIVIna. : > .1- tl
|I' and Jacob ittroct K>UIK-.I the Jacob
IkotQrm .... .Vlauf..1' \1..n.I'I \\ .. ... Rl4f4.aaese. etc. their Jarrlnir limit '
,1 .
I } II. I a.p lu.1 "ri.I:, ,it '' :IM (t n'I' LrMer estate frankfort atni-t: TIM oitturtof tlieiorpurniiuii con- urvhVtmtiiiK| l"if : tut'
and jangling ran be qutrkljr ended witha %l.l of n "'"'.IArnt Vk-e-l'r>lil<>iil. Herremry ,. .
I nt
--- was aim n txiiinrtarj of the aamo<< estate ..' :ftIIfI1Ilr.,1I.|
:""IC..I\Wi\d--- I i I>r )11I. Antl-I'aln 1'111.III. and Tr ''' ur 'r. and such mln r spews
teerlte.n SCH1:1)11.1. .olh.ttsuadke.d leH '..Un",- \\i"tun I>:n. t. i I ..i

IA'nP. .ft! I' nl ...... .... .IIy.1st.nt ult I 1rnc(1'rib: t r I art. Jam-* ...lr..1'Ih' named after 8, ant little rink tablet, mhlrh do not acton Any> may 10 IK office.I(l.-rnilinil* may hiIllkrf''y l>y the l'r.miP.rtnr.>TMHIn -- -

.. M 1"1' In ....... ... I'lllatkn! .. . I II'n'I' iii I' III roenilM-r' of that r>.- Limcey family, aswa i the bnmt-ln, nor Oo they tare any I

.. .1 (J II) .. m"r ... l ._ .tllpm I j' also Oilier atrwt Iiatarla laM, dlaa&r*
r I Yli n h' :'1 I'r". t., I I 'N'I" I' tll wa au culled IWH'HIHW the Koonereltoatatf. lr>.: effit on the ajnitrmTh Tin hU-htot "uu.t lndfliiMuei nn

i II 110{ ro'.r.1 l l 1110.1.:111,1: l : I.a '"' "I through which thin atm't wa' y are the result r.f the latest aelen- Mill)' t.. hlrh id. ,'rtrnoraUoii niMvatMotllnti' > Wi \\ ,n k r \'
.tfri1'a '" all" III ::0-1111.,1, : tine no'If'dp on the mibjertf Pain *Ul>J'fl HIM.If. klmil llutKSCexl ftft) (.V>.
.. 11MI II': ... III .141"all III run. wan called<< New Hutavla.lM and bring n-luf safely and quickly to par cent of a. paid In r*.mItal.Irlkte I
t mI lnion Mutt was originally the It- the create aufferer. -

talon litii' iM-twi", n th,. IH I.nn'y nail I You ahoukl alwuy keep a bas ot Dr. VIII. ) ) i

}I Gener.I-I I Passenger and Ticket office Sniper* fatitH I., onnrd .tr..t was; Mile' Antl-raln IlIU in the house alm c Til.' IIMIIII, sad ,.'....'-...-..., illlll is tail.of !

named after note of the !.! (Wn"rd". Inn never know when pain may attack .nare* nutiM'rllii-d hy flu Inr..tprat.trsu- I 1I. i
204 W. and ( yen. and It la wrong to puffer when your I a. f..lo..: 'tL
Bay st. Jacksonville. wa nit through Marltm H: irulr.. Wi-t Calm h'"I'b. I.
__. __ th or'"surd'f the !>. Ijincry farfti.8b bu.Trricg! ran I* ao quickly rrtlevrd.Dr. FloridaIiaren
JJlle.' AnU-raln HIM contain no J. Ii.4f. :Morrl.. We.t Palm Hem h. Flrrldar.han ;.

FM Llltt1N11lINGF:1t: JIt iwMf lt.'n 1 I'u-.. lgl :11'. 11 ,! 1\. I .'rln" tm-t vainlkd after Hberiff opium (rhlnral cocaine, morpitlRt, or ;j( .-+. s
.1,1' 'iItll.rin 1
11' "' l I I Wlllctt through alone estate it wan 1 I.. l. onOruhcr, W..I Calm' ll. nib, Hoi 1i
I. tunpKUJn: L/w I nl IblL'I. < I' l.ii\HI: ( :' nptI I nlmiUr drugs. and are soil by driuwlataI Ida I thnriHtBleof I
I F art 11111(11111'0' Ju1'k. .itt III.. tin1.1'.l1.ilr.itl mrrifd )J.rnttn..nd Ooerck atrettle I under a guarantee to rtllcve you or

$ 1\ ."'11 I Lal-1 .II ra1.s. Agt Sew' \ :..riTuto -. I|!:! wctt. named niter the two city anrrefor lay your money hack. < Florida. PURE ICE[ j jI"I'lr..11I
'1.I.I.: MII.NK: sets-rat IVitflit .\K.-UI. Vu \1 >, I,[i who laid out the rttvr 1In.a.I Ity nltoving lain, Dr. Mllea' Antl- t !
'1; : .1, lOER.MMUMPT: \\ n l I' cu I 1!I The first mayor, iif Xw York after Pain tills shorten suffering, and length. !; I fir.. .I tin. I' pi< 'rMiiinllT"..rrt. and ul''I&| I. 'I..d| M.M.rlou. iJruU-r. I I1o"I'r. I
C'I'At'ral CLlI RiIk <'n life. 25 cent Never .. \ / .. ;
t .\/l'II'" I the evolution! n tnv- r'atrl..f11II aoU In bulk. to ll.'w"ll ki taI..wI.+ 1.ra.k ndU14.|. III-I
l M-ltrutKh>> 1I1I11h".:. I I'!' alt, St \.. i' Jnincx "I bJ-u trued tar Mil... Anti-Pain 11th"( 'dkr-il. i Uii i h. -1.1..1 ii, \\ rk Ptiftno. wh. JjcnoreJ .
iai by the ''III" tin .b..,. .- I'.li ?lM l. 7 ,
n truubltil 1'lth hrnd"rhe. .".) and ui.1 farr "ui.limn.? fair the [i. 11 r.I! I ;
I naming of Iulne itnvt after him. Hut ml.lath l Infallibly .ffft r< lnf In a I I .eand. purp| .-. 'I. I'; !lt, .ninin" oIlIlItl"l.
\ '> short time I B|/O use I>r. Mllea pn *M Blm Orantfe mul MtiIU-rr fttre>t I .V..rve and IJxer mi 'wlun ".-.._r I \ .. ltll. ... Oil ....t I ,,t. MIll.tWlM-t I'll'.lie. 1- ,
I ,.-q'" Lid ouftlironch push' property I am conxldcrahly amt t"1 with n.-uralKU ni> Iniytl mid .u .. ';!.' o.1ai ,,j jii.,. A I'.

The M In the Tk'luify" of th., yolk pond an>l h of t.the'nftt head and And then. rill* ifmu I'.1r. Volula Avonun and Railroad
Dredge "KLONDIKE"MKLTON < to nw 1 her are all that I ; I'KIMI W '" VM.r'ltHN I :
own thuir IIalUto the pernliaritle N rUmvd T>r It.,.m. LSanrAnt 01.- ::;:dal. 'r < ,I' l.i-.. "45 HI- .f Itor, I ---- --
< <:.\TE. 21J OaVUna ln. I ...... -.... i'I" u' I I' '
: Jt : I theyuxxe. fbcrrv street was orUInnUr T. 'I .in 1 \ Ocean House
Ii t'11IF.Itttll'rgoitorw. run through "th i NeIL! by tb e ,
FREE Wrtl. to u. for F,. Trial I I :. I
I O..IRtII dolt' ia thf Ualir", TuHKikn, ami all cherry trw" and named accordifUfly I a, kar.:.. of Dr. Mile*' AntlPiln .
rin nml ili.u .' F \\ SA MS IV- -
Ult n' t it-t I-M: I i. -NI''' York Herald Pfflt, the New S.bntlnr Rem-.ly I ,,
ie I f"r I' oIn Ales Hymfl,m liUnk Our }
IVroM RMhMHiablr anti Sutit-ia.I u .u LIII'r.Ihtr. S-- ( !l1-t will dlJ '
)1i 'i.; yixjr rust fill It..! f.'lHl: t. i | i-. tr.NS

i .Udt't" taw I rOf tNt.rIJaytob..la I Rogues differ UttJ* Each began Ai a l'r.r} -u what JIll U "mr-.nif MItXH and MKlHt'AL how to rUht(X It..' I fOLEDIIONEYA.'fDTAR |.-<.t.ti I.. It. j.i, ,.ti !

dlaotwdla&t aoa.-Cblae. rro.-trb. L.VUOlATOlUli8. ELKIIAUT. LNL. I
I I I : I Slops the cough and h.ah lurlpf.l I E" I'iW\'k\\' I I.i iJ.r 'IHIII.VI .\

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_f( _-_-_ ... I The Daytona OazeUe-Newa,' Saturday May 28,- 1004r 1, .
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//Jat Us 1 'Paint I .

Troubles \:"" L = ? f Bargain.Sale Begins :

I t4y come with poor paint. You can't be tree from them unless you '

,. ; We keep use good paint. JUNE 1st .k }
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Jilng-Tack1c, The best good paint i i5 .. t
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t1ARDWARECason It is made according to un:form formula from pure lead, I See Handbills.

e .: port zinc and pure linseed oil. The proportion of ingredients is :

-, .... just right to produce the best wearing paint I po slblc. Grinding i i
-- i
I __ and mixing most thorough. I Ii

; & Wall Company | I fg -3=:--- l>ra J ::g It'. a paint made to pre i T-POT GROCERY \ "

,u. ., .' -' .
r I tent trouble. .
W tt LDMOMKSON! Manner. .. I J E RKSII':; Proprietor" :
;:. 1. Plak Yo, 11 Il:. North I lie.,,, II $ln.'t : & t 107 N (Reach Street Telephone 39

.ftft. ...... ........................................... Maloy, : i
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''j .i-SEEH AND HEARD. 'Shw-l:; MUMI at'larks "- Miss( Maggie <(r.tt< <-r is the gas >t of I C '1a.1I1.{ ... I I".llhan. 14: mi a busutr s Jr. K L Potter, proprietor of The I A Buslneu Chlnre.

if'- ... Mrs.( William Atwood) enteituncxl 1 Mrs Grainhng this week liip' ,to WeM Palm Reach Clarendon, returned Tuesday evening The many 0:1) lAna+ friends of E.L. .

t -"tt1Il Budget About I'aoplcj Club the History Cl.*s of the Palnwlto' \ Dr U M I. Wallas, Mayor of Ur- || Father "f c.'le is haVIng somtgrading I\ i from a I bu$in_ trip to New Rurdiue and family will regret to

I ; Ma fyeaU of More or Leis<< Tuesday afi' riMMMi.R annul, wa* in Daytona I.hlt Saturday. I done on ttaehurrh property 1'u 1.i learn that they have left Daytona, I

i tttrtt To Our Readers. It Carroll city mlitor of the Neville II Clark returned) Monday 1 ('arp .'nten* are at work' placing and will nuke their future home in
.. Mi Marie E.
;..( #s Rice, of Tittievill.
t kaLI Daily :Star.va: in UiytonaSuiuhiy ) from visit /the futures in the building; *sin to Miami.( A deal was consummated:
t the 123. a with friend
t.. 'flto, \\"ray. this at in the guest u'llf.r sifter, Mrs W F./
started enjoying our OJUHIO. Winter Park and Mount Ilona.Iebrge .Tibb |I IWill I flf' occupied I by the! Gridier-Mcn-ris thin week whereby Mr. Rurdine be- t..,. }'
Wharfield Saturday .
I 1. U. Mra.1V. II. pith] of ] ( Hill I lard ware CV>m|", ny. 'OIIW owner of the Red Cross Phar- \
Holly (
f..: ;}W, Jut Spriugf ell. Mass entertained! few L Watvtn came<< down I II. Stevens loft Friday night muy in that city, and I E. D DoIterry \
,1. a ftil'wlooat t \} onboard from OnHowll\ioot : A !arty emitting of K. N. Conrad -
Satuniaj to renew of lat weak to join Mrs :Steven; for J the former
VII: 'T T. Marsh dcpart l for the owner of that bus- '
r Cherokee, Tuesday evening accuintanceN| with Daytona friend H. (l. Hunnewdl, Dr. E, L
fiJrron. Grnn, Tuesday a visit at Mifftui Bores, contra into {prt4xte+4dion of the ,
Potter and Pfuf. C H. Mount HJ. nyesterday \\ I
f Mesrn. F. J. Nicer .I. W. WilkiiiiHii Mr. and Uru C. G. Rurdino Pharmacy. Mr. Rurdine I
of Sanfcml i is'm- Rurgoyne are down the river.
WaHef Beatty, }II'R. Flnrida llAnkins i is j tithing
visiting and Harry C. Thompson devoted haadeve4op| ed nice trade since
I expected to arrive dome from New aery
BgattheGrambng Rakeryij relative' at Ikrtow. She ('tIt'dlto last /J. II. Nicer A Son have sold their l his advent .
Saturday to a trip to RuIOAV York this afternoon in (business" in this city, :
IV y national! pmit-, rol.IT-) remain there until allOlIt the first of 4A kick: to the Orur-It, >rri" Hardware but thinks there are !letter opportunities -

: .l ,'.loriAl bjr C f Harr\t'l4. H..J I.'NlI July. S II MciM Hi social dnn+r will le given at tip e Company, lao will mow it to I I in his particular line at ..,J
ly Twmbiy
: Hid M'IHH Wilson, of Stuth morning Armory next Thursday night for the their htore, whith will I
"'Stauowry? Why *hortly peppy- Miami. He left Friday night to assume j
will fvr
"gucwyou AtUotic City, S. J where! benefit of the Athletic Club
erroal, left last S.itunlay for find A.l uflustlall ', Gnu selection to hew pnilmbly. conduct a Miinrnerhotel lt4Il 1 in the building surfs of l''... charge) of tho Red) Cross Pharmacy.

cinnati, O. I If rbMine fnun at Clark1 The annual e'18I11I"I\\ot of the Meri-liantti' Rank.{ I A* Kuifecll, an efficient '

United Confederate \'tol'ranl'iIIIJt.l phainacint i is' in charge of the ]Rur ''
A of leaked) intothe
i'l.I( V. Arnau returned Sun Mr. and Mrs( H. M. Flaglerarcnow V Yuillaumo quantity ga-vtlene
and family hay held at Nashville.) Tenn.. June p 14- dine I'h.UlltaC'"hieh) will I
still bo
bold} of lauiicb Mi-Donald' .
Jacksonville after a at 3
4j from a wtrk'yah s at Hot SpiingK, Va., where theyare moved into the Carswell house. at pct *I I' !
relatives 1 Roat Yard, Thursday morning. MrMcDonald's known under its present name. Mr. ;
enjoying the delightful spring the corner of Reach street and First
The Florida Eat Coast Automobile ( J -year-old son trit'lilu IMUrrry will l he hero to look after '
r I"1he Crowing. by Winston days in one or the cottagm; near the avenue .
l Homestead Hotel i Association will rnet at the new syphon the fluid! out and in doing HI. the htssincxr! in a few works j.
(c ureLill. one of the latest oovcls! at Miry ROM UarLiud arrived from Mrs Rurdino and tho
club house at Silver Reach Monday 1,1J\'tltlll''''' mouth! at the rill of tin children ,
Uark'o Rook Sinn- *' Tlme' Royal l Worcester New York Sunday for visit wither h : will visit
Corset* a relative at TallaliasHoe
:lrterlf'On l at .r i o'clock. : htso to btart the/. (low 1 Rtfore tin ,i
Part of the material is on the are !lM\iuUes, and the ]ladies also parent, Mr and) Mrs J, M. / gasolene started) on its out Uwovercame for a month 'before going to Miami. ,1 l
fl.ulind. lr I>. IJ.I IWkman Dr 1II. way
grouid for a :20-room addition to tae wear them' claim they arc the iie4 ;;Ay the young man. and 1 "

Milt to the Bennett I House. and the most comfortable corset UeIonel T. Ewing Miller and his Houghton the and Dr Eolith hush attended he was picked! up by his fatless in City Council Meeting.
invention of the
Kinagt'r Edmond, of th),o Mann e\'er"'urn. Sl.dOand $1 .fti J A. son, Ira n., arc back at &'Schmidt's IVntul l Atwociation, at Jckfwmrille State, an Mole+nst'ions condition lie was The City Council met in regularw'wion 1\1!i
1 Ilendrieks.Goorge
it, Wall Co in busily ongagml in Villa apain. after a week shunt at thu week revival immediately, and sufferedno Monday evening with President i. :

tiling an inventory of Mock Poppell. of White City, i'4'' Ponce Park. bad! results from the mishap j. Harris in the chair. Alderman

again in Daytnna having secured a i Mr*. E. L. Cars well and daughter Miss Clara Wilkinson made herleporture I Hcndricks, Porter, Maley[ Matthewsand

W. IX Moore, formerly exprean position in the Novelty Work. 1fr.POJ'p.JI Miss Grace, departed Tuewlay t\\ Tuesday for Poitkmd l, Me.,, Ormond Occurrences. Atwood I were present on roll

ttgrat& at this place+ visited with for Chi where whore she proprwea' to ttudy the art I all.
was at one time County ajpo, they will xpx'nethe I Howard Freeh, Frtrl 1 ('Arnt'U, Law i.
jin idi in the city (owriulltll'J.: nf tainting during the Hummer under Hill amounting to $ l 110.85 werepresented
U..mui".n..r. from this )Dktiii)i t. summer ihrstrra and Colby Pinkerton have and orlll'f"II"aid. 1
the dirwtion of friend | 'J
I Work on the large addition to the Warm weather pastry at the Dr W. E. French tllok a Cadillac a gone up to Billow on a hunting and( .\ |lit tition from t:. T. (.onrulfor {

t1arendon Inn will lie ommcncvdJ iramling) Rakery two doors north automobile to Winter Park Sunday ?See those Royal Worcester ('ur- (fishing trip They expect to l In->> the right to lobi''r' along tho .41

1. S. II Coy has the contact of the Ga/.elte-NewH: offMV for the Florida Motor Co. It took nets ;ju't receiwl nt J..1. lien gone about a wetk.Workmen north side of Orange ar"nuo'a.. of

eight! hours make the drickh'. They are the latest mid. and the rciue, titf3'i allowed '
t' II Helms and sister started to trip. shape* are arriving daily and I under regular restrictions.

Mr, and Mrs. Combs and daughter Monday for Oswegn,111 their suni- Mr*. F.:1. Newell and family in the cornel lineMnw have started building on the new A |
who have l>eon guests of the inc-i home They intended to stop were among the departing wince r : Caiwie Rush, of Port Orange.i addition: to The Ormond. lie public whools requesting tho j

I Trol UOUl!(', departed for New Yoik oar day at Chattanooga, and if their nident' Monday( They will H|*>nd iy i i visiting with her brother J E: )Dave Stewart, who fell off the t Counnl! to hate North canal cleaned

Tuesday, cab illations! were not amiss theyreai the Hummer at UradLtrd, Pa. flush She will remain and keep roof of the Wilson cottage on the was was niMrurtoil niid. The 1 to:Street c Imn both Committee North !.

t, deer{ tnd l Mrs. T. Fred Brown and lied homf yesterday. lion. Robert W. IXivitt, the next house during the Hummer for Mr I beach, i ilJ now able} to be out again and) South canals. If

J.' 0. 0. Fleurot : I(iuvcroerof Honda, passed through h ush, while his wife i in visiting i in The I lat of our winter. visitors departed Treasurer Perk: was roquotc" l to .
and family wereV If feel "blue, of'Breaking
you get a copy Daytona Monday en route from Michigan last week, seventeen going in notify holder of ass'htNsl l onds that :
Dfl the departing winter irideotabut Into Society," and lo one day. the! City will tike up two $1IMMM I | )

r Sat t unlay :1111'1111 l torn while At (,IaJk' Rook Titusvilic) to his home at PalatkaW. }J". (1. B Seaman entertained I Mm P.*trl Maxim rasa vonmuch I (NMidson July 1 at ? I 1.)5( with acs ft

Store II. Peters and family have last Friday afternoon in honor of her noel interestThe' S;

business eTeOramling Rakery is doing c'ltJloof'itl their Ridgewood home and I mother Mrs E A. Millar, of Milwaukee surprised girl when she saw a ors\ Clerk was autliorizcd) to write Jf,
as UHiial at its now stand Mr Ham' T. Howard and chilIrvn piano at her home, a gift (from her to pmiicity-ownerri from South stri I domiciled New York Win i j
, two doors north of the GazetteNewsoffice. are now in The occasion was theseventythird
rv ill ]leaw today for IXfl ndinit 1111,t hn Frw'mont" avenue, on Palmetto t.an'nul' .
: r I tu \ with relatives for about They left Daytona last Sunday anticipating ; anniversary of the latter !, I), W. Waldmn'n orchestra KH\- ..1concert lo find nut if they will IxwrproiMirtional p

\\l The Kingston: lndAiclu.: ." .bcldim n month The first of July they to return early in the fall lady's: birth at the home of Miss Francis ,! ezlN'nso. of building .::

;' A I picric Thursday real on of last will II(' joined by Mr. Howard and It H Jibb started yesterday morning *Try a pair of our $ l."iO. Shoe! I Tuesday evening. bridge An ordinance over tlw canal to amend onli- ,
' an "
it .. wck, and all the youngsters eu- :':11 in Maryland and New YOlk for for St. Louis, where he expect lot Ila.liHf... have them in spring That t uoine' you heard nlMtnt!I |I' m nuiicc relating te) I the construction of !

," thf'rulWh on iiv cn'ttn :and l .in extruded visit to spend the summer. hike I Wilder, school or high heel and are almolutcly Monday( wwi only tlie INv.l MTeumling si'l walks in the city of D.'IOM'M,

who has been night I haggagemastcr the best shoe which can be William Hennett who ui marricd callc-d up and on motion of Alder. .

It. : e.Mr. .1. K. Rush captured a five fns ttlligahtr at the railway station for the past bought for the price Ilendricks :Sunday man Matthews, and! hccnmh by ';

and Mrs J ( 'ldll.I.innlh: u ; in the North Canal WedneH.lay six months left on the name train Alderman I Hendricks( the* name wat
ire Major C M. Uingham attended Lars HoHtrom who has had su Ii' lutwNal l iu second
expected to arrive in Day He is very proud of hit cap- for Cincinnati I | un rending
.\1 loot from XYork Sunday on Iteei'l tivc and ha .tations of the Grand] Lodge, Knights of Honor, /OIIIUtl with bis little during the. .In.nnlituine prohibing tho po l. t

s '.! visit to the of the great cxjioc The Gramling DabI')' is doing at Jacksonville, this week. He was pat winter, has started tll Imil.l a cult of iiotic-ct in a jmblic} or privateplace ,
parents the saurian' fntun He declares i ia it
business, as uaaal, at its new stand larger within eoiitrul of tho City was ,
.- former, Mr and Mrs George F. thing of beauty and a* 1 lit' intend U two doors north of the OaZt'Ut>-Nt'wt4 !honored by being elected Grand one. cnllei| up and! on motion f'y.\Mt'r-
Vice-Dictator the If you want to sec a (Uut that IN j
i second "
i.... ". I.. domc'sttcatc it, no doubt it will oflicc. highest of : a )boat, IfA at Colby) Pinkcrton's, man Mat hews, conded liy Alderman ,
tier in the
: '" : 'Do you want a good laughs', l 1"ii \< a joy for-some time. J. M. Fleming, the urbane and Grand Lodge "Mosquito( Rite." It is the !malh't its Atw'lIlIl second I, tho same wax ]pwslNrl .I
"f.:;;'Gri a copy of "I Need the Money New lot of Men' and Hoys' Caps, 8'hFlorida paaseugersgent of the Frank. Smith! and wife, a colored boat around thitMuat-nNhak.cnpeare.Noer Mayor Smith'rwiding was nvjueHted to guto

f>A Louisville A Nashville ailJ'OfttItu couple, were before>> the .
toady laugh for two hours at White Cam-as and Crash Hat, atllcndricks' Mayor's Jacksonville' and I buy twenty tons

' 44t i2&'a i Hook) Store.! mingling with Daytona people on Court Wednesday, charged with an to : Repeats." of pn'|
?' Mrt Wednesday, and picked up a fire assault on Eliza Gamblean el ony- Lat! Monday Fnsl Siunleiiiiaii, wfiieh the city f has rented 1 awl ('xIM"10 -
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Morgan and her infant he-re
W Miami .
:' C ( nuulillltf'nt to chunk of business for his road l while hue dame Smith and his wifewere and H. P. Smith IxKinlcd 1 the gomlnliip | very *hoitly.I'hc
r ..daugbttr, Maggie, tanned Thurs- '1'utslas afternoon as a delegate Start ('olllJuitltV:1: : : order Ito '
kuix-king al oiit this vicinity.There jointly fined S.'i: and tests Wiggler and sailed ;a ato tin
i: da 1 from a three weeks'visit with) from the Kingston church to the regioiM; of :Spruce; Creek to 1'aug.."- secure )bids for test of eMLiblishing 4 .
.. illations will lie no servu-e at StMary's All the .'innMaga.incs, atClark'H .. pI'111I1'rt| line OH went side of f.H.
and in the
friends! Jiit-ksonvillc! District Conference of the MChurch E, pw i time of angling the tinny ."... It stn-c-t, bHween North arxl
"SttHte { Episcopal church tomorrow, triln1.
..,.'- .. and MontbrookGramling Smth. whkb is in session at l"lIpn'f'f'lI..nlt sucii s attended South canalsAfU'r .
at nt"W.. Arnold will lie at Orlando 1 their efforts in this direction I
s :" rt'be ; fakery is chili the Magic i ('ily, Mr Qrainliug expect Mrs U li Whitney returned toJaiksonville -. tl e couple licing nwardo l l espbuling eonidera. } "hot r-
at the ordination in try Cathedral by a
? air"
the C+miicil
bttadae9A as usual! at iu m w stand I to remain to lioar the preaching Thursday after a HIt' eatch <>f sixty magnihecnt lu-k l I hiss adjourned until UIt) '
tW On June i there will be next regubr
ujar'northoftheiazetfl'New' s i tomorrow, and will return horn* jouru of nearly two years in ny- -and], they returned 'nthuK&Woti' row-ting night. r
C, the usual l novice 11 with c-
at a m at tht-ir luck.ElK'oHragKI .
)1 .l.ty tnua. had In.n her sujn-rb
; W (;; 'f\koration of Holy Communion. : by then ftumtw of .)(IIU'" 'arll1\ft.tt'll SWt-d Cidtr. kin
/ \T. home over ten prior to comingto
has the foundation I years
/fcathodfor /Mrs Frank Myers( wife of the unfortunate :! -Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen Daytona. and paused through the Monday, they marshalled togctbtTagain In4tlcm T-1 ist Oruc1'ry.
hia new business Btrwt who feriouly on Ttilav for .iii"tber. ,visit
; man in)> -the only truly reliable: on Use
/, *rt on the corner of 1 1U ach big Err of 1901.| to this .iaii fish 1.1I..lito.i.
+ strei-t anAtkTrd apiM'ann! over four yaks ago, market "Geo. II Clark agent I eiy inform K: T. Conrad atttl Harry[ C.
attnuo The will I LO lletween f by P W Hart lint the finny .
Cleveland. O.VlmtHUiy .. >T- Schmidt's Villa
home 'ih'unjmon
her in went
1. for New life ami) vigor are being ins tribue. lift'l l IKVOIIH' of the out } t4'ftlaj and
y three stones in height and its \\ George II, Ludwig: informs flliot'll into the ranks of the Halifax I and the Grand Atlantic, Wednmday lashes of these l tiHhermen wary and lande| a large number f-f the finny

t:..mAnakna MxST.IS f.'tt tin- Oau ttt'- (,\f" that the reward Rifles, if we may judge by the number night a gold pin with V ( >. F oil nothing c-ould lure them M reix-.it tribi "LMrs. ';

:" 'W&STt( gmnl I Union Car- of g;..a. offend for information of new enlistments! and re-enlist- front. Reward for return to .\. II. their h.vl. l eijieriwice of the prcvioiinday. J.

? penfen. Apply to 8. n.1 CtstF.. that will lead to the where- menu that have taken place in that ShmidtMr The trio met. with indifferent (George N. Chamberlain awl .
suereeyanti words of enthusiasticpraise' slaughter, Miss Jennie, departed -
. .%.*".and Mrs( Hill) wlio bare len lioutii of Mr. Myers will 1 1Jt' effective I I company within the past two weeks aoil Mr. J L. Walla leave about Spruce Creek l bring the for their summer home ywtcnlay at

wriding on Orange :1"'lHttIt'lt for until further notice.. I\\"'Ihin that time there have lieen>> this afternoon for Chicago, where I gnat russet for black un** are nel- Juliet. hl.Mayor \

. .?Hanna Wtxlne' lav They tool We hate just received a new insroie Mew additions to the membership they will remain for a few works dons heard from any: of the partici- ,

.', w f r automobile with" them on theirjoorney of P A' C. White Canraa Ox-) I roll and four re-enlistments. From thcro they) w ill pn to Makinan-, jwtors It in in rtiiid Tutwlay's that the fishing 1Viaglrr'snavigaturs Smith wwit to Ja/ksonvillo \

tr,, < the beat The organization is in a healthy and Midi! where ausual.. they will -
and f.-r ladies They are
..: rOnl'lIlJllatl'lnllrin tin fonU : will (,1111*' intttr'r \vtt" 'rhereafter Thursday t> buy a carload (.f poal I If
jontUul the $ 1 ;>II vigor condition, whir D.tytttniauy loIlI.hH't .( datra. -t >rt' ,I..rlntll". .
had fill / than ( the
I III money In
; republic- it during tin u tut Spruce'ni-k 1\ r it II r city stmm roller, which! is /
.lbl there 1.\1 Ils'n htlt! k-' 'Iugtly fl'l,1 proud 1 tot summer Kast: 'ii search. of LLuk bag. !. I
I I \!Ns tt t lt'J arrive in a few days. /

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: i mMUCH MEDICINE Daytona and Its Attractions **

, :i j The Queen City of Florida i I i MateoI

.llauU wriiiii tyiviMathf tad a..n
$jitsi .. Baslertelilth

.. tt* dtinitiltd eMdltlia 1> iKrmtitl fcy I From the Florida hart! Cou.t Itaiiwujr ItoolU't, I

bin nmttas drop tad madlsIur ,I'J _ "' -, __"'- _=-_ ""' ...._.......:...o .. .... ......to. -- aI..iiti!! Ii
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DlntDHt C1I&Idt6.... 110 Miles from Jacksonville. The Population of Dtytofti

("/'c.aeotbeleonTOUlr tadlxrtB>la t nM ot doom.J>a1D tD Ult R..d.rhM K1IrIl' 814.. u.S h UI8 red.nck'berowa irks Fare one way.......... .. ..... ......$3.30 proper is about 1800. Added to
i bllow end yeilortahroug
y load ro f 'd.U i. U pror"1niOIPUDe I Of I CALIFORNIA short PRUNS Ume your Wll'BUza8lllle liver wtabe Round trip................................ 6.60 this in a suburban population on HCuttios
steer mew aMID a of about r
main shore and
nw1' Tb tend pertgrmlD6 Iu proper tuoctto4 dTIYhg tp.M
/Ore M tie bowtll """' roM bUr fvnm the srnlRl L'se OUlIDI bu CAh'taa 74MUei from St. Auputlnc. 1.000. at Kingston, Blah, Old Sea
e.a Pr.u s lour Ee.lta bl IroRSU PRUNE ,una" -DO otaeflaaaastaa Fare one way....".......................$*.20 breeze Goodall Seabreeze and 1
nhw at.dltioU. BOdlfilUI li D
Q.waut Leads 10\6NLloe..., biL CALIFORNIA" PBrNE WAI.FR4. It idle Round trip.... ..... ......... ........... 4.40 Silver peach, which are a
t oei': UlN8 CIOIIdJUOGI brneondttloo aI dlrecta1.vUlMalUvel euro the mo.tobetl.
I t : of the btond. astrew.of Iodlceslk,4Tnrpl4M Unr.Couttf part of the town and
I b ...u.e t'f'ft4ert It.ltll'f'f>Ubltl. M L1GG. IUllor acas eta. 10 .. 10 my CUre.3ttwn D.\YTOS.\ situated npon the NOT A STOGIE.
Ifn sll & eat ins rh to Daytona Beach
I f P'..M r ea dttltbta CAUFWJOA racer WAFERS do at. west bank of the Halifax Ifiver at its 1
1 II roar rrc0aea bas Dean ktMMiA br and
i i .a4W. week" 1, dnut or tlckor yew t1&uar.Ibonm"c0'Th'7 the\ bowel are toy to Uk.. fairest expanse midway approached: by three good bridgesover NOT A CHEROOfj;
bs1.IItop .UD'I nor
sat bclMaLff llulow I and its outlet
4 AU and -\IIlU Ui pare Hourceal lay the river
e v well-graded avenues
, ia IB fuoetiuM n>4 r lk ve U trots Natu",'. ors rema0l.1x111 rJ
awnd.a 11\
I r
I MD.s Kxuodr undLrwtrf food 1'11I or (>UrIC'". belts than cathode trM at Mosquito( Inlet It i ili in latitude and is the prinHfwl summer But a Full Size Perfecto Shape Cigar |
: "' W7iffi2 or ffi! rnl"!' and naltteI titter thAP.tlll fOf miles from St Augustine south of St. It ,
I! .... A w" moving the tjo.&n.. beosuee CAIIVIRMlAfWteast.rU ; 29, seventy-four I resort Augustine.
, a ._*U r.Itra iuve t M d dado iwwtrDrT the pur Or r the.b. and I'ZISI"y t not a rurfc. :,ILY anted are grnUy a""rtrral rod Juuhn nauirauyon and one mile from the Atlantic has more tourists during the summer Made from Cuttings) from the \\'tlrk t
Oliver medtctM to fkrttury of the bowels. rroJuring east I than all the other south
I Ikmdch-DO the contmt I placed
IIn stdri Ocean and is acknowledged to Tables of the San Mateo Cigar
II tin that root monl'l"lll. Thr "'INla&ll.be .
I VTbrn m are WOmt. It a and Il\Irlr tilt of that city (combined and is also
t 1'1\11''" the .J..m
j her iMlH4 II out of of being ori tf.etrr aM,td the from ruleMull"the wtbrotub U..OIna6, ......,.). ,.::0,11 ItnrelTrouble..J.4liresb. Sinmvb. foul Mout,. I., without a rival for beauty among I becoming a favorite winter resort Tactory. and therefore contains

..t the taUitlaw.of bUtoort ukra. the UP enure la IM system W >d.AiVw.uit It II"I"'II'..1\1.kJd...Wind"l'Implr. ?>o,LalArutrey tile rid Ularlnr.IliO Waff A .'INr" the villages of the South. ilK sight The I Itracli is wide" firm and smooth the same sweet line burning stork

1u4era. There ire nH>tnf pain 1D.he Ato- ra. ',1/IIf .041. ) I* upon what is known as high hammock 1 by many considered the finest in the that has made the High Grade

land that was' crowned I by world and the burf bathing is safe Cigars of this I Victory famous. '. .

California Prune Wafers I nature with ft moist royal growth d awl excellent Mimwer and winter.

majestic forest trees and among IVople Western who Mimmer have tried reports Northern declare that and Five Cents pays for Two of Them -]

and Pars, Cary to Yaks matt WarrtaUJBIUOU3MES9. t.O"- these trees is the town of today" with then rfcct in comfort '
btr..W I tray th. Fr twwl are done M)1| Box of 50 for $1.25.J
its l beautiful eottagegand wellgradedwalks ns llivtnna h IxochAutomobile
,ALL CONSTIPATION LIVER TROUBLES, and streets. The result i i.. aetut.. I I'OK l SAl.l. in' ALL 111'ALt.lti.[' .
that all the wide that '
along avenues
Tlie Florida Ea tust: Automobile Manufactured by
intersect the town are lordly live AH-O(iution conducts an
100 WAFERS, and w.itcr oaks and. hickorie. many annual nur "meet on the. II4 u'b, "hidlh %,J. W. ROWLEY, SAN MA'1 O'

i ...., oJ""b, -.l with a "AU.VRSIA PRL..1I FLORIDA.
roo m
I, 1YAPER.1'a I"hU-k' of oncklf Jar i.!.til.11I," 'u.' IM..n JO' I ..- : MI and bU W carry tt tllrOl4'1 a of them dniH) } i rtotiaesrstwalaagamtsi.Abu.LIZd.U.. rr.rW1IM'IIS atttkM lLrrtWntyrwrr+ the greitst automobile racecourse
i Ii, of the gray Spanish, maw hat

PHARMACY overarch the street and walks and in the world. The Ihytona-Ormom! --- -------- -
Hoodl is board as macadam and an

j UAYTONA, FLORIDA : LlI.ng. tlu'we.. an inlertijierscd. .1 tall. ideal stretch of thirty or more miles h HISSING WORD CONF Esr. --i

tropical iaiincllm. glossy leavenmagnolia without a break makes it the natural "

,I .!(. ( } '!' '!"' '!'!' '.' ...!.i.!'.'.'.'!" '" ...,.... ..'.............,. I.r.1!I AaI fragrant hays and coralivrrivd racing ground for America.
l holly, and ninny other varieties .\tlow tide the beach j is bared foryil PRIZES offered for
I FINEST AND LARGEST ; ) feet and neither carriage wheel, 101
while in many placet tin- \\ilclgruill' the correct solution.
I STOCK OF GROCERIES f fi bicycle or iw j odet trian can make a .
the tine and theanli
trumpet visible tho wnooth ----
hardly imprint on -- --

IN THE. CITY. ]*'lop|'sis climb and i-Iing among weli-jwkeil sand It i i4 no uncommon Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great Health ()rink META.

1 HAY. GRAIN and FERTILIZER. ,; the branches forming shady l bowers sight to ace Hail-riggitl; will pay all prizes. The contest open to all. It'* PRLi to You.
and Ili''TI les Rpceding with the velocity .
adding gnu lieuiity. -- --- --------- ...
1 'i''i'I of time wind I More a stiff breeze -
and Sanborn's Famous Teas The
I Chase town lien jurallel with the along the hinoorfc! beach: thus affording FIRST iilXK:
Halifax River: and extend for .
and Coffees. nearly
: the most exhilarating sport To the first one bending in the correct answer wi wIll K-i\e aka
two mile* along tin shore Tlii known to man. I llesideti these, miles
for TETLEY'S TEAS in 1 ful life-size picture in gilt frame entitled "Purity."
| Agents
river IH the} delight of the angler und of Imnl-!<\hdlt'tJ. palm-fringed boulevards -

Packages and Chests. the yachtsman and form Inc of the bring the lovers of the \\'ht't'lanll This picture i is symlwlical of Motto the great health drink, *l is

!, i vehicles into direct touch with benefits' all and contains no d<>)
:| New Florida Syrup--the finest ever made ; :i: town'H greatest attractions the mainland over the bread bridges To the next fi.. $-l.ooea.

I 50 cents a gallon. : The main avennen that run jwir- which pun the pleudid Halifaxlliver. To the next 4'i. 1 quart iJeit> en.h ..

allel with or intersect the ri"t'rim' all To the next :ML.. \ |pint Motto vac h

1 Best line of Cigars in the City. The Famous It 1)0) feet wide, except Ileach street, The In-ach from thu handy bluffs To the next 71)) I Mrtto Ticket l'I\I'h ;

t I I Key West ; and El Principe, Tampa's g;' whirl} } is< a\nn\\ ix\y-ii\v rtm\, Ui nres the about lontt 5<))0[J xiiut ft,at and rbblide the]average, meas- ,k 1tr'AN 4 f f44i4.f44.ff.i .4f4f4f.i4.4.lf4NN

| BEST CIGAR. ;: has a Iwlf-mile of open] beautiful depth of the surf measure about .
It'a You
water abutting UJMI its eaMern side, swel]
two feet. A itmtiriiious gentle .

i ;I FISHING TACKLE--The kind you need for these .1: where the t.ah81'* ebb and flow' n>lls in from the wun from one to +. P.o.l. know a ood... when they It ar. !-

1 I waters. I. and alone and armor which comes two feet in depth under normal con .
: I the cooling invigorating and hrolt litmus nuking tho l each an attractive + ..*.ra of .. .In. .. .. good cummer
giving breeze from off the .wide and absolutely safe place for surf --- -- -- .
im> ,. ., bathing. I lien the infant as well as -- :
'tl '-!' '!iji!'!' !.il!l.l.i.i.tjl.l.l.l.l.l.l.l..l.l.I.I.I. (I.I.I.O .i.i.i.l.11.1.1 Atlantic, \\liich temjier and rentier +
i I time grey-haired veteran of Cut out thli (! upon, nil 1ft the ........ "
i - -- the Halifax climate one of the ino"t manysumintTH spacer one Word to rub blank t...... N..... 1
II can safely enjoy the luxury
I J Ih<> .bul4> to make an apwo| I Illinois Central Railroad GUBERNATORIAL VOTE ANALYZED jH-rffct in the world. Daytona lugs <>f a .sea hath throughout the larger > tent# ad\.rlhlng Mitts and mall to HM- P.fJ .

many miles of well-graded, marled part of the rear, while the strong TltorU'AI. M'HJ. C'U. .'
' i 11'011111111.1 ri.iin nUl i I'eyr J +
DIItKCT UOlTi: TO THK: and swimmer I II Wrtt .Ailam +lrt..l. <' :
and sla-lled} ) road and streets rendering expert) can venturenut + -- -
---- Klorldu.
+ Jackton\lllv. I
it theNNTieelman's further to tort his strength and :
: ; St. Louis Exposition. on the contrary, halt reetmvrd I his skill in battling with the inexhaustible :+++++++++r+..+..........F.............++++.......1.1a

4 lu'avicht>uiu Kin home county / Paradise juiwern of the mighty ocean. the first l'l* ) .
f Two Trains Dally oirreetunticr* received l jet tin Inns W',
and hEY'e.inrt! !, anti his lightest voteclscwhi'rc. and nddod to thmbtit a milo away, The Peninsula in your answers at once t.> the

are thirty mile of Hiuooth hard

" I Through Sleeping Cars Tho Denvvrattt. in remote com broth Out affords an unrivalled, one-half lying between mile wide river and and is ocean! being is Tropical Manufacturing Company,

t lies \\flu may lave l**>n indimsl to course for long-distance' cycling and rapidly improved}, and there arc 14 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla
FIMIM 1 1I .
sUJJklrt! Mr. Bru\\"anl I under the driving or automobile racing. No many line i-ottages and several ,,'OOCIho'd" --- --

fuse impression that he town of equal size, North or South, an opera house, two ocean
wan reganled -
piers, U-ach pavilion and a large FLORIDA'S FAMOUS
by his neighbors and (Hloxv- numbers so many wheelmen, and casino. TRAINS.

lUll TE OF Tilt: FAMOI S citizens, who know him last, w a fit cycling in a favorite pastime with A Remarkable Feature "Chicago & Florida LimitedSt.

. k and Inner person to till the high the tourists Hummer and winter
DIXIE FLYER at Daytniui,. \been the yearly improvement Augustine, Jacksonville Chicago A St. Louis
; office which he necks", will 1 be undeceived The Ikautlful Cottages ,
S I in the style and value cl
by the above} abstract from thai lace IMH'U the Thin train In ol"r"t.,1 l user tin nliurlfft hue .
Arriving St. Louis In the Morning. erects during the buildings that are l being erected U>tn<-<>ii :"'\1 i \IljCUII 1If,
the official returns of the find Primary past years and an- lacing built arerendering for !tOllltott. Men of capital of the i JnrLHonvilk*, Chk-iwo. anal St I/tui. tool ufforil tin- .jui.' k.t i intufc If"nearly

, l.'itliUty Season ticket day.with fifbm limits dare Uirmtx-r and tn ; nnd those who were unfamiliar Daytonu an famous for its North and West Live l become two hour Thin train i ill tint.nnlur.J nt )L.(If(<. n..i m p|M,.* xrrKtrrlcv .

,; dB, ". with or miHinfoniied concerning fine homes an for its beautiful river awakened to its advantages for win- conoUtlrit uf )'ullllllo"tiJ"I.,1 l ruuuiK..t"1.: l<-> |iiii r, Cw .
' Two low-rfte' f wirli fur..ionn i-iu It ter residences' and valuable lots are I'/uttiwnt Dining RIllS Olrvttti, (r,1r l> .i\ .. :St. tn111-tn.. 7.20 a *,
I month. the standing of Mr. Duvin at his I trees and avenues and they are .
,t I king purchased and costly houses JBlI.lfID\"III..jqU" m.rriv.Cln.K". I Imp III. St L"I1(1 I : m.Jj
For rout from jour ritj.ulro lor l14kk own home, and thrM' who adding -arly to its attraction t
I short lug hotels, Ixiunlinjf Iallll",',. iiiut-| among Not ells least of ihetv! attractionsto beautiful in design and finish, are THE DIXIE FLYER
t ing iMr rn..'". n riU to havo I best and longest known his those Kevuring homes in the South king erected, amid l beautiful homes,

: i Fred D. Miller, iiu-rits, will be able to detenu'me and ranking second only to healthfulnetwand I. tho allies of wealth and culture are Jacksonville to Chiea.uo and St Louis

Trav. Pass. Agent.No. much better than lJt'fon'tfH"fher" or I iirrfivtion. of. climate. ; is multiplying. I'ullmln"t'tltilluJ..cJ., IIrIwirull'lI.. ( ,
S--untc Cnn froin
| < Jt u..milH*
in' entitled ;
ii"t" is to their in Seabreeze: Dutiful
Hiipport the fact (City ) and
Hro ia.f ) iw (irtpulation H chiefly Chicago, and St. I/min,
i n llldg. Atlanta, ( tiI' litisW.nt l'Olltt''t oiMlall are settlements the Oceanside vm Tiftun }Mat-on Atlanta rii tt.tti.'i>iii, (Ixntk--
coniiuMHl] of cultivated and inlt.Jh.g'nt on out Mountain) arum No'hvilk'. lnn JMbnll\'iII'
--- of the >, $:Its! (I, inm I" t'histil
---- -- -- jKioplc.) accuplomcd to the rei ifiiiiiMula across: the : :. a. m.; St. Ix>uw .:(IC) a. m. the w end morning,
fOUYSKlDNIYCOFEBakat I'ulpll P"n..I1II.. !fin'nU'ntH i of home and l MN'ial) life. Halifax ii vet from Daytona.
Fomb-eiiinKrar 1'Wo4'n"8tiof for .
"1 think" anwrtcJ the hnrt..r III Adiltnl in thew feature At the foot of Ocean Boulevard rider tin- "tHI", trail i ,n\. oU..f
II'MJS aid 81..... RIM the warmth of LU eloquence- think good; public und"+ an ginwlchurchch Seabreeze, a j pier reaches 00(1( feet information write h) or mil on I 11: J. \\'.\UEH t- i ,I't \I"IC.Sn.lltl' .
that each and all of ua will contlnn '.... C'hattau..jlll A I INo '
the belch :>t. H.ul.t1
school*, .Moreo, hotel, laundry, meat acnwA into the swelling.
IMAC Mlrwari Kiifonl: Illy In Ins tho in n thU*zt one"Hero world the work wr arc do markets, novelty works an operahouM surf of the u-ean This pier is a 212: : W.-i IJm :"ti? i .1 i na.

STEWART{ & BIA, ]I two men arose and rtamp / % t'ic<'trie lights for btnvt and favorite resort of thoho who delight

stormily from the bulMlnf. The p<>ak.et' house illumination good telephoneHVHtem. in tho sport ..f fishing. The surf *.*****************+*****++ I

I LAWYERS, affccttnl not to notion tho dlntorb- ice fadl''. Lily WaterWorks hercCalwunds in trout pompano, + II

I lace, but nflrr the meeting be asked and hot and I "('nlllll\IJaI4. etc, yellowtail, cavalle, whiting, drum I
OttUv ID HAlik lluildlUK IlKl. VM: II 11,1t
one of the commutes on reception who allIlwthing else can IH' ) s-heepshead and I many other varieties The Palms I I
., procuredthat
, !frays otliiv ter I'tmtoHiu-) O T' 'N\ tho men weir"Well of edible fish. 1 %
I I. ___ ___ I is iifceaMary to make life tom During the fall season t t
they little
CXM-M cot a mod
time famous +
fortable) bass
An important feature inthe' sea royal +
at what rr>u said about hartoR the
FOLEY JIONEYM1DTAR lame jobs in the next world." wan tbt''D5WM' hcuhlifulHcfM! of the town in the sjwrt l and it has been no uiieomnidiiHvurrenceto 0* +t t
( land a thousand JIS N. Ikach St.
0.r.a 001'1' PrnMta ...... "The tall man was flllcj Per hater Supplywlai.1t of this fi.di )rounds + : .
guon. who make fin-proof Btorag gamy in an afternoon + I Ir
-- -- -- boww. aDd the DttW fellow wea IVtr i i" derived form nuiiierou- individuals) of them ranging from Mrs. R. T. -l
IMII:xT layrwr: uuIK &I'IL flowing wellof shunt there are fifteen (to thirty five Sands J Jt 1 I tlI
jmunds in .
1L'"halllt"ul'I..n yoiilli failo' t. sh..11pnIr + '
I 'I"'t for old iitfr. l l.ul ju,t tin "Ah! last MO And what docs Mr. probably :hNl) in thecorpomte limitK. weight. Not only does the (ran +

.- in tlhox- ..I f lit hung. :Ni nLift Bales do'" This flow is ,Hecured( by Iniring w"'l"to offer this splemlid s|>ort but the PUOI'IIIKTOR J

l'illn, TlnUI oft iiitthitlwlialUr -* n.. I 9rltt are escapes.- rhU-ago TrlbTk the depth of from S) tit ll'O fart, Halifax Hirer, only half a mile had *. t E -
., QnN
f how nevi-n Hint irn-Hi -Ut D( paHMiig through !m-viTal strata of of I lit' i is Meals} all hours t
.. : < old )>."' ir >lit JftUliilk-v\ l-wvcr
UK | | rink and this I I .,rk *
l'un..tloatlon nil .vk-til to this lu'rh-.t Tilll.V !.... Idra. depth assures purity its fine fishing, and the varieties that T+ tlr If..t vu \\
:! at. Tt" .\\tW'HHll'hl\rllil\l'\. .' M ow." laId the toucher. etdeaTOring fr'III all) hiuLux- contamination The almund in the oeean are iu 4 7am. to ,T. p. m *+
Join.. drug star to brondpn the young "'('1"w... hare water in slightly impregnated with the river. pn'bent +4 + tstrrR j .

I IFoLInIlONEYANDTAR cnrj with which to Lear, tongue with magnesia. and iron, and holds hiil hunting and t +++++++++++++++++.+++++++4+
which to taste, 'fje with which to she pllllr in the Kll.ililt.| IIr gihuh smmIUMMS fishing g.IOII.! Ex.priemtti urdJ
guides and -- act r
aM flnir en with which to tY -|. Ralph | it"i.1. lad( dogs may be i

I .totS tb.cough tad b.lila I.D..ej Waldo Emenwn. can IOU tell me Ly - at reasonable prices ... SEE
II I we hare DlI...?" ------------ -- Daytona SteamLAUNDRY I
I --
"The Crvator hAIl prodded u* with J. D. Carmichael
.r.r| >, in thiM.lnf| for
3 FOLEYSHOWET TAB noire replied the child "In oriU'r that Quick work. f fI
wa mar tare a base on which to wt Drop Bdul'IUU Lave jour i.liirnl.iu tlotu.
tw dlUrM, Nt.. ..,... .. y.a.v our glaaape."'hkqo: Hecx.nl HerakL We do the rest. Ile ian nave you 151..r ,..nt. Allvso .
i tniarant.-d. Death Si 'l.twIII" Ii i. tl-:IOa I Phone 8. Y I jl itch StI

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