The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Daytona, Florida, Saturday, July 2, 1904.Ik. Aditt1..a M..... .. De.,.... ... VId.I.", Price 5 CRAt1 .-


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: 'r II raurth at' 1 JWrL The Way to See the St. Louis Fair in All THE APOLOGY .0 }t

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-,a4: Its Vastness RINK me cot unkind and rudo t
.. t. Overshadowing
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I walk alone In grove and gl.y
'. HO'5 thb coming down the I
,; 1 KO to the god of the wood .
-, street To fetch bl. word to men.

: r f Crying loud ind ever louder :;
Tar not doth that I G
r my There was never myittrj
Jamie, one-time tweet {a THE ALLURING BEWITCHING PIKE Fold my arms ttilde the crook; Hut 'tla figured U the dowers; ,
% But at present spoiled by pow- Each cloud that Dotted In the sky \Vaa never aet-net history
3. ,1 ( derlyiu Writ** a letter In my book. Hat birds tt-1I1t in the bower ,__

4 will note that while he cries
+ One bln..t from thy bold I
"" Without period or comma Well, the (jllette'; eW4! nun has I the picture, giving you an excellent Chide me not laborious baM Homeward brought the ox..

;:; ,|t Solely on he fliesstraight seen the greatest of great things on view of (!them as well as of the su- ; For tbe idle flower I brought; strong; t
S: Making as straight for earth and' has hardly recovered uf- verb work topping Ft'tltimillill hall. Every aster In my hind A second crop tfciM acre yield, :J
GOM twme loaded with a thought Which I gather In a onj.II .)
i4': .. mamma !I"F ficiently to know "where he is at." While your gondolier is bending
Header H IH H I I I M I I H II I HI 11 11 11111 I 111 1111 11 H IIMH .. ,F
I.. go and see for yotirrel Our your boat noixelemdy through the ---_ .
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IXMI is ]>iwerIeKs to portray even a water, and about is ,I
i.... WHO'S that howling in the you people I Live read about since boy f l become heroes in saving the lives and
outline of its
magninfewe, bathed in the soft glow of dusk,
qALrr per- hood l days The fourth to find out property of individuals. The mem-
(.r' A calliope unthrottled ? splendors and grandeur.Tnlews Itnpa suddenly 100,000electric' lights what I'ncle Sam is up to and doing; berx of this company are among the .
you adopt somernetlnidiealsyxtem will fla,.!i out all over the scene, from
the fifth
Johnnie by a cracker scarred to denounce and condemnthe he.t in the country and their exhibitions j
you will not we the l lest of the tip of the dm1uf Festival hall Florida
; Johnnie, with complexion mottled legislature for being so are good.
the fair in a week or ten days, and to the outermost edges of the grt'8tpict small and
(penurious as to make no The Galveston Flood is another of
as for suing everything cannot II re. In that event will be
; Q ..: Now a finger he uplifts. you you 'appropriation for an exhibit of the thobe moving cycloramas and reproduces
Now inside his mouth he sticks it. di it, even though a month or nix extremely fortunate: you can easily States resoun-esand products, and to to the minutest detail the hor-' *
wt't'h"t'n' xv>nt i in attemptingthe imagine, that ethereal I
1 While for some one's lap he drifts. you are some }hang my head in shame when askedif rors of that awful calamity which
vain f. at. The va ,tix** of being floating in irridewently(
space Florida
17r11 "Never mind dear mamma '11 is too poor to make an befell the island city of Texas. S
:; fix it.** I the fair is in evidence nevery hand, lighted up by ten of thousands of exhibit, knowing that the State ILagenbeek's'Animal Show comprises t
but dun t get bewildered. Take the twinkling little
stars could! easily have
I appropriated one one of the largest aggregations
4 siI I ssevemmiletrolley line that i inbuilt Hut if your 1-oat trip should come htindnnl thousand dollars for
such ,
a a of trained animals in the world, and
WHO is beating at the door 'rf1tact ; around l flu grounds to keep from to an end with the electrical displayyet laudible and
missed 1 it
never the
purple ; jerformances of the dumb animals
these sobs from woe'sabysses r walking' all day. laze' the Idaho to the
? Js 4, r : on come, yourself on (this feeling Ijecomeg one of indigna- appear almost incredible of
r silver nugget, weighing eight tons; i Plaza of St. Louis, facing Festival tjon \iewingthecostly i
displays belief.
Who is sitting on the floor Ft consider lilt' raldtlll l Pike, hall, and wait for the burst of light, made by of the I N
some insignificantand The Hereafter, an illustration of
Pacified by lint and kisses ''r I
whose censor proudly proclaims whom like has l before been
press never
l States of this
rggar country); the presumptive' heaven and the domain
What the import of the news is three tunes: the size of the famwis seen Here, too, is the proper placeto and the sixth for the of
buildings of his satanic majesty, is both
By a trembling sister blurted ': c 'hir.igii, Midway, and who in |>erfrrtlv view the wonderful Cascades inoprratiun. foieign countries iu "which arn particulatly interesting and ludicrous

While a roar her route pursues : at Imiiie in hurling n string of which by night is infinitely I interested, i J1 i
N Mamma Mamma Eddie'shurtedl'V say Germany, Mysterious Asia is where you may
i staggering ligur's coin paringdimen- more preive than by day. France and Japan since I can't do I ride the camel, see the oriental damee' i.

Ji ,. .. _"-',_ i biuns. mi i ii tiers and cost of production Having wen the second great feature all :!."). Two days l..rt. with the out dance and be entertained by the ma 7]
*, how much the Chicago attractions of the fair-- he elect rieal- withit
; side exhibits, the minor affairs such gicians of India and Ilindoostan.The > I
,i made, how inucli more the let the day end. as the Model City, United States Naval Exhibit is a miniature

"INDEPENDENCE Day--'tis so Pike promoters hope to reap, etc. The first thing) to do is to separate Life Saving exhibit and Poultry I reproduction of what the UnitedStates '
Heed the earnest invitation t entering the fair into the various component Farm, and the exhibits in the thirteen
That we style the celebration I expects to do to an enemy in J' ,
the of the fair to clamberto parts and decide on what care
gates you itmin buildings to be
'Count of apron strings, you know. yet seen I time of war.
Severed the infant nation. a seat on an automobile 'bus that most to K-e. TbM are, generally Well, I can't afford to miss the Fine New York to the North Pole is a 4

by will coot you 25 cents and take you speaking, the exhibits in the main Arts exhibit. (Or it may be that of panoramic trip from the metropolisto

But the day forthsets, I watt around i the central }ant of the building, the atnu ,emeiits and at- Mines r and MetallurgyorMachinery.) the frigid zone. The reproduction '

This fact more than any other: grounds The names of the various tractioiih of the Pike, the plateau of One day left, and it is hopeless to of an Arctic sunset and an aurora ;

Young America is not main I building*, principal| statuary States, the government buildings cover in that time even a fraction of borealis is wonderful and beyond

Independent of its mother! and other feature like the Sunken and exhibits, the Toreign exhibits, "hat !has not been glanced at even description. f'

Gardens, plazas and lagoon will be the Philippine exhibit, the greatest cursorily. &> Iwill spend the last Lovers of statuary, ancient French

!::. r shouted out by the guide. This ride living ethnological exhibit ever gathered day as I did the first. I will revel history and beautiful gowns should :

will con-Mime a half hour, and you from the four quarters of tht'glulJt' in the two great distinguishing features not fail to visit the Palais du Cos- '

Council Proceeding. VohuU Circuit Court.A hare gained a working idea. of the and the outside exhibits, embracing of the fair and carry away withme tune t-

The council l met in regular session grand jury i investigated the component |tarts of what has been tree planting, forestry, the the memories of the magical Thomj>son'B Scenic Hallway i is

F Monday, with President Harris in case of Frank Brown on the chargeof aptly termed "the picture" the game of various States, primitive architectural dream by day and the almost equal to "Ioo-th&-loop," if t

l -tb chair and Aldermen Atwood murdering his wife at Glenwood : exposition when you are whirled ,copper mining, gold mining etc. wondrously glowing electricalision you want a sensation that will make j'

FLtthe"8 and Hendricks present. last spring, and letunied no true l aok. You may think after scanning by night" you feel as if the bottom of your .

I The minutes of the previous meeting bill.The A general idea of the fair may be this list that you can do it all in the Hut the Pike-don't return home stomach was dropping out.

were read and approved. I civil docket was probably the bet obtained by a ride on the Intramural course of week or ten days' utay.! without seeing the Pike. Perhaps !If you are interested in Russia, f

'f Bills amQunting to f 662.93 were smallest ever seen in this county. a double-track electric railway You can't. Remember that the exhibits some! may be disappointed in failing take a trip on the Siberian railway :

!"t presented and ordered paid. Cases were disposed of as follows: I that encircles the grounds, and I. in Agricultural: building to see what they had anticipated or and get an idea of the conditions of ;

J' The petition of H. T. Sands for a E.: E. Hopes v.s. Vanderpool con which has about twenty stations on alone cover twenty acres. the aislesare (()nj'tun.,1muM be exhibited here. a country on which the eyes of the 1

ewer from The Palms to deep water tinued.E. the line. AH the car approaches a four mijes long, and) it takes a In the 2 t concessions which the world are now centered. i

l ia tie river was granted under the E. Hopes VH. F. E. Shore, as- station the conductor yells out: "Sta good walker, with nothing but the writer!tit4t.1 there was none that Tnderand Over the Sea is a tripon

tml restrictions and supervision of, sumpsit; verdict of $tOO.g rendered tion No. Government building, i road to look at, to put four miles be- ) the most circumspect and sensitive a submarine boat from St. Louis '

the &nitary Committee.The in favor of complainant Missouri building Liberal Arts and hind him in an hour. The Agricultural lady could not ha\e beheld without to Paris and back again on an airship -
pacification and estimate of ,j j I F:. E. Hope vs. Thomas Xt'\l.itt.1 Mining and Metallurgy," "Station' building cannot be done properly a blush. Most of the shows are of which will give you an impression .

t D, D, Rodgers for establishing a :!(continued. Xo. -Philippine exhibit." Give in leN than a day, and it is onlyone much merit-in fact if they were that you are traveling with

t property line along the west side of j M inane w A Carter vs. E.Inor: ear to what this chap in blue says of the thirteen main exhibit not they would hate no place at such Santos Dumont }

''. Beach street were read. i I continued. and with your guide book you will buildings. a great exposition.Do The Wireless Telegraph Stationis

V The clerk was instructed to adver- E. L. Powe, graduate of the Law liave no diuiculty in picking out the Then then is the Pike. You the exposition in some such also a concession that you pay to .

r tine for bids by posting on the city Department of Stetson University, buildings and exhibits credited tnI I couldn't afford to miss the Pike- manner a<* this and you will return see. This station is put to practical i

t r Kill and writing to surveyors in the was admitted to practice before the I the stations. noisy, alluring, beckoning. Thereare home fratiified and in a happy frameof purposes by transmitting news from

r of the State. -1:$ attractions along its length, mind Do it in other and the the St. Louis
I con ty for making such survey unIt Circuit Courts 1 After concluding .the trolley ride any you grounds to Republic 1
'&f ipcciScationa, and the city attor- Maggie and James Stockton vs. you should make for the hill where some taking :'t* minutes to see and will lie in a disgruntled frame of printing ohheeCummings ,

of Del.ind continued. others dote on to an hour. To seethe mind before the date set for Wild West Show i is
MJ requested} to give his opinion as the City stand Festival Hall and the Terrace long a 1
if to the Stockton the City of leading shows alone will consume collection! of noted Indians ft
necessity of such property line. James vs. and Colonnade of :States. Spend the your departure. I cowboys,
I ( a day. You can easily discover! The Incubator where the infants and frontiersmen who do interesting .
\ The opinion of the city attorney DeLand, continued. afternoon of the fin.t day taking in Baby : many -
U the :. Alexander .1. A. Scarhtt: which are the leaden by observingthe of gestation are and thrilling stunts.
i matter of the personal tax of J. I vs. the architectural designs of the great premature
ItIL entered. crowd go in and out. caral for and brought to maturity While of the Pike tho '
[ Jones was read and the same non-suit buildings that radiate along three! speaking _,
A' YU filed for information. The court issued an order eliminating great avenues up to the main entrance Take my word and specialize. Sayto is interesting. a writer tikes sjxvial pleasure in die f J

,,. The Ordinance Committee and from the town of Ormond all I of the fair, half a mile away. yourself after this fashion. I Battle Abbey, with its cyclorama I re,ting the attention of all who con- .'t f'template ;

jor Smith were interacted to&ur fractional part of Sections 10 and Gaze on the stretch of rounded roland (\fj "This is the biggest expositionever and relies of our country's warfare i I a visit to the 1 World's Fair J: .I

i the fire limits to fully cover the 11, Township 11, Range 32, which j I I long Corinthian colonnades, on held on earth. It spreads clear from the colonial days, cannot but ''to the concession known as "Fair ,|

(oration and present the same at the had heretofore been taxed by the in dome, tower, monuments, statuary, to the end of nowhere and I've just excite a feeling of patriotism in the Japan." It i is here that you will *'

Let meeting. corporation.THE and columns, behold the green of two weeks in which to see it. The most unsentimental.The be entertained by real Geisha girli t |j a

Petitions of citizens of Midway the trees and grass and the cooling first has been spent in getting the Ik-er War with nearly 1,000 I from the orient a class probably |.j

,.- tad Waycross to have lights extend- LADIES favor Dinting tlifir.. effects of the water in harmony with lay of the land. There will be two I soldiers reproducing the battles never before represented in America. [ ,
[ ',W to those places reed and churches, and tbt'nfonno urge f\ rjmlnliter the dark continent is well In the beautiful little theater 'Y
i. were re- to renvmlr we /K>*e st lilwral tlMcnnm white facades, and you Sundays during my stay when the I fought on Japanese .
II to the Street Committee to in- quantity the lxDKmiui .: Martiwi I I will feel a reluctance to leave there fair will be rlOt4t>c.J. Add one dayin worth the price of admission.To the Geisha girls chant the songs *1
v tifate ,and report at the next Taint toward the painting/ I and v
of the orient
the Creation faraway execute t
cycloramatic ;
and from the on
fcwfcngasto the best locations of Wean and corers li t'/ooltt./ as much as the child who told its I coming to returning gaze
:a -.h lights in said places. Don't pay |1.SO n gallon for LiniilOil mother that it could see its brother fair and I have eight days of sightseeing reproducing in fancy in fifteen and the graceful dances so famed in song \ to
worth Ucent ) N hid-h you \\K-II story ;
} ;.' .- A petition read from the ( could these beautiful left. I surely want to the minutes what the Bible tells us it '
was you buy oUM'r palntu, In n cnn with n I every day and not eee I Many have, no doubt heard much .'
Pttjwrtj owners on Second avenue, paint label on it. buildings.. 1'tMnain until twilight Pike---one day. Then there are the I took God! six days to accomplish, cannot about the incompleteness of the i'

...sheet Wrt of Ridgewood to have that want 8 and fourteen 6 male gal U onsof; therefore paint.wln lnv onl.v you enjoying the an.hitecture, then Filipinos, that everybody is talking I I fail to impress one with thoughts 1'buildings and exhibits. Were you '1

ii: r.'J. ad! U repaired west to Pine street, eight of I.. d ai, and mix "ii KaJn! 0t make for the) plaza of St Louis. takean about, and their exhibits covering I, of what feats man will next attempt. to visit the exposition you would be i
WM ordered bee '
that the j
same LJomsl Oil with Ito.n,1 amt amazed at its rom plrtent'tJS. There
.)". .* ol thei streets worked this year pure point at lt M than fl..H: t,,'r gallon. electric} launch or gondola for a forty acres' -another day. The third) The Esquimau Village is very realistic is, of an of workmen |
course army
.. aad that the work done be assessed )JaDTbouBrt 1 air A well M. and paint thrwjfnl-+l with view of the buildings from Uw lagoon day for the etl&olngnical exhibit, and interesting. busy making improvements, and t. J;
-.t1 four fallow
4' :7. ode> the cost to abutting: lona of Llnm...d Oil mixed UMTVW ith.Tlww which gracefully winds its probably my only chance to see liv Hale's Fire Fighters a> the name thus it will continue until the exposition > ?
< IwaItty owners under the 8IXX.i:11t : vUbratwl |>ainUi arc roll by It. past the eight buildings forming ling types ol nearly all the strange implies, are composed of men whoelMlIISJ close i '
men ordinanco.F S M&! tJ. June and July way i.
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Ice ctt11llat rtn- plane Cl'bAngi' it B pe-woie Blamed one or two Florida girls w If .
eztj He { back to Pay are that
i'expexted from jtoint to Orotund.Tl irmn s lxaresli'.n. .
bra today, not but tickle the palate of the mohtfastidious. the wires inar be run toP.iytona, while baring a tiring wife in t

--.- .. 1-:. J. Mtux which will then put New Smyrna in Georgia. Patterson i is norring' e County Treasurer presented .....fj timing, Insidelnll"uhlmnM. ,
his books and with
accounts together
with IK-tand the I >1 i
a five year term in the plio pliate : ..,
+t Rtt.4 tHpTkkct from Jcekson* i ,J.V.. Wilkinson entertained aparty toll line When! the! propel line mines 1VL md Supplementn his report for the m nth of June, : ,\JIC'JM\ Mu.to| Order., I'onht'olumn'/Ultl Thou 70.

,z t4As to few York vU Mallory Line of friends at the automobile is built to tilonwuod. I Ik11 and will I ..- --- I which was examined and appro"E'lJ'1 J.OKIDA.

:s .t-I, laqolrtat i dab house on ,the beach Monday }be in touch with a large portion of I IlarTtlt' new national game. l'ULIT- i iIQn and I paid warrants I dc-

GAZETTE-NEWS oaks- the county 1 .Lanll Supplement :, (or Malt by I'. C Hartx1 *. swp10 btnyed
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t The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, July'2, l0i ( '" .
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{ 1 14aMM .&i4ti..ti"'Ai'(; (i.4ti. '! !-!'!! !' '! *t"i- MANASSAS MILITIA MANEUVERS! i. < .

I r This Is the Fruit Season. I i The War Ikpartment'ttas- Reduced. 15 ILLINOIS .CE TR.\l\ RAiLlOAD :

.'.-. the Time of Encampment from ; : .
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fifteen to Six Days
You will find at our store a complete line ; I
I..! lining to the limited duration of g4ILROP4 .- ...- .---, .. 's. ,
of inihtu I
the natiunal encampment
Fruit Rubbers and Parafine Wax t ManasaasVn. .
Jars, of the various States at I '
.,.1., ., it will lx impoilile for the< St. Louis Exposition.
entire force of Florida State troojx
the finest of spices, and, in fact, everything t; to take part in that important event

necessary to canning fruit. Our "Red ':f.,' Only the most proficient rompaniei; Two Trains Daily* ,

Seal" fruit jar rings sell for 10 cents per 'i: in military tactics and discipline nil
I therefore have an opportunity of participating -
i c107.Cn-.oll can buy cheaper ones, but 'tis tit in the affair and to tuffs With Sleeping'GaitsFROH 1 -
Through '
I :' cheaper to pay 10 cents and be sure that end the pride of Daytona the Halifax ,
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your fruit will not spoil. : ; Rifles, are exerting themselves
) to their utmost to he<< one of the
NIi t
i r -- .j chosen c'olllplmi'S.Jjutant.Gffit'ral. .

CO. THE GROCERS. .\ Foster has been Georgia Florida and Tennessee.t
E. T. CONRAD & off t'ially notified l by the Adjutantieneralof ,
e ?..
r '. ( the United States army
: : M. QfrdllSlllUllllIL. .! !(. .!, ,:.t1..j.i"Ji' lifj1i iiyJi !.!)}!-.iaellf' .,y\! that the projwtewl encamptneni for HOITE OF TilE FAMOUS
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s .................................................... I State and Federal troop at Manasxai i .
!. \\ill be for six days only insttad of: "DIXIE FLYER"Carrying
t A Useful Article! I .
i I fifUfii as originally intruded i I
J [ to lbr lrii| '> b,'t', ,,, ',- 1 I
*. Creaui I'rwuT 11 :- : This announcement has bcc-n it- I the only morning sleeping car from Atlanta to St. Louis.: This car f
ivned with surprise and disappointiiRnt '
A om uf CJ u r rr1ktnt M )leaves Jacksonville daily, 8:05 p. in., Atlanta 8:25 a. in, giving you the entire
pry .ii..lw* t'! it tt ', : li\ the r.uik and lilt IIf> (hi' :

.J .. 'a t'f', Elf rrs hon.'c 'IItrt Florida State troop*, l't ptridly l by day in St. Louis to get located. .1

: Utttill..k: urtb. ) llit- mriubvrs of those oi .uu i.trt n- For rates from your city, World's Fair Guide Book and schedules, Sleeping 1

>r : hir Ice Cream Fn r" 1 uho II'h'l| l to liKikt- I he I tii Ii|> Car reservations, also: for book showing l Hotels and Hoarding houses, quoting

are modern In ox I'i i ; i 1 Florida's allotment toihr, .
. V i n< .impnitlit !' their rates, write to *
Iud titl I..t Unit Mininnywliert *- o'1'urchawd t .
at Muiuissas i i.. only T tNt, ,m f rise. Ikttt-r troy o lit. 2 A i I was initially General I 'ugh i -in .

: R'e also carry a full line of I : tendon to have_700) of lift H"iid. !, T
ottor Uffful nrtick-n in the L. / I truom| w) to Manatwas( for Mcn ti.i\;, 'I Ii Traveling Passenger Agent.: :

Hardware J line. i : i and then! give an equal numlxT an

--- ,--- into fur No. 1 N. St. Atlanta Georgia. '
i opportunity to go camp another Pryor ,
I week In this manner it ua

I i Mason & Wall Company : : intended 1 to give all of the (otiipauiet' I I II I ;

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W. II F.UMONU50N, Manner. titipkate{ in the maneuvers. I An Last Coast Trolley Line. DAYTONA TRANSFER CO. j

Phone No. 0. 11U North IU-nili Stnwt.1NN1N11N I I (I'nder the new arrangement of; I Several days ago \V. 0. .Adam, ,,

.............. ......................... I the War Department it will only give of Chicago, was in St. Angus. ('. K: JOHNSTON, 1'roprtetor. ",,;
7 1 x) opportunity to visit tincamp
men an
tine, claiming to represent a long/ Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Driven .
....................1.10.............................I for it will be uelea to divide distance trolley tar company or
I We ell for "Straw ItkleM." The iiuwt UrnouU ia the tit .
: the State contingent for a iix-daystalnp. Terra Haute, hid. He interview l are w equiplyd ,
I 'HUM iiMt't'all train. and take to of the city.
World's Fair Rates. the various members of the City passenger any part
: 1 It is tjieneral Foster's intentions Council of St. Augutline regarding TrunU! deliver! '>d pronif.tlj tital'W o(>i'ot>its Public School.

I From Jacksonville. : ''to have the State troops go into the proposed street railway fran- Telephone 27 .

: i t'atop( at w>me point in the State during of the
Itlllllut On Itlllllul Trip On chi*". and in the interest concern -
. $ 4 0 65 III" tI:al 1.\'. C ioU'1 I $2 7 5 0 ..al,' daily. 01111,1 : | the month of August, and) the he represented asked that -- -- .
tilhi' da.M
till Ihrti'rntM'r l.r ii efficitnt
I j jor..,ani/ations proving the most proviso be inserted in the grant to
: HIIUIH! TrIp On nuul:Trip, tfiiTu : in even- particular on thin i
i $33 90 mile dally Itnral l lJIH I $20 95 .111,N. ."4. 11 1'1 l I the local company extending the iI I
Tllnr" 111.111111' 'rump i willlw elected for the MunaHMS distance
slaty I I right and privilege i to any long !

., iiiuncuvcrH .. line |Iu crow the I St. ..luglrstiuetonlpanv's I.

i The Southern Railway I -- I tracks. Mr. Adam

.I >\\n FHHV TEll 1111... !>K\TII.: stated that while his company had

World's Fair Route, St. Louis. I:i The family of Mrs. M L. Bobbin, I under consideration a proposition to I rOgf (if,C 8t ,

i Hither through Atlanta mid t'linttaiiooaii; or oluinliiii mid I I,1.]trill.,-. : lof Barl-t(>rtoll. Tenn., saw her dying build n trolley line from J M'ktlon-I /:4'-
"Land of tin Kljr"muti- :. I laud were ixmcrlotw to save her. The ville along the Fast (joa t, he could i
: Only lino (rum Flornl.i \\ Ilia iionn rail mtoSt !LI-MI Two trains dail.v ...1' tu'l-I skillful( physicians and every not promise that the project would I I
fromJark.unvflk' Through; Hk >i>intr cnrHTOl'OVKIW :
: J: remedy used failed, while coiiMimp- i he dehired
GOING AM IlKrUllNIMi at |.rinciml| mounUiu and MM.I. : materialize. However
i nh-r resort jKintH in the ('ar liiiftx alit \\j\t 1'1'111"1. Notra roo1t.u. iiti'gt.: | was slowly hut surely takingher I that in the event of the company's nn 0
opportunity to lixit tin Jnout''fIt of World'N I' 1irH :111.1 t |x-nd o vacation in .. life In this terrible 1 hour Dr.
toeinouDtAinii, HlietvHid) ** tritiM' run U jmi'Ie, through tlieSHjiidiirvrountry. : i! flings New Discovery for Consumption decision to build the line no obstruction _
Lake Toinnaj, tlw IiitrhlanN.tc! turned into j jt' Tltfust .. be in i its .
I ,1""llOir placed #
.IVtaiiVd and vuluabiV infortnatuin inii|'". fhb I '''''. I'll', clHvrfullv furnish! .1 l ; | y. way. I. .. '
upon application.Dintrict : I j bottle brought immediate relief I -;i ,4J
i C. LUSK : i'and its continued 1 use completely 4 WU.t l..; .;JlIS.U" Well. 'U4 Ihl.: II
J. : cured her It's the most certain i A l.*t"lt>.H powder Unit "tll UN l Q'c
I i l'tt.'Nt'ill t'r AK>.nt, ION \\.Mt |ta>' trit .hu kc.n\ i illFl bl i, I cure in the world for all throat and Prom baby' brow tbt fever glow : 1e4yO11

..4.......D.......4............$...)................: ''I limy troubles Guaranteed bottle, That"TEETIUSA"teething ale O\"n-Omft&)'*brlol'you and Counteracttthe know. I' .
.")i II' and $ |1.lItI. Trial Ix.tthv five EIf"cl.of lIsnP'ttr' heat AM )lKMtkm -

.............IN1111.1N1.1..............1.111111111Have .. at the Atwood Pharmaey and .1. M. RrilulfttiMi the IKjw.-U. (ilw nil>' a
t. : .lones' drug st"re. I ebeti, bottltb and hmj ln-** to loa"\1'4
I, .
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; just received samples of a new line of j lJnttArIbc01$. i i with Mrs.friends\\'. K.at New Ballougit Sir.yna.I'l in. visiting RIT1rEE.rJACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

recuhar grievance are often aim! ,
--- Culling at Charleston H. C both war*.
in divorce courts, hut it will probably
be Home time before a divonvis OK M...KWKN
mm piuois. asked on more frivulous) grounds I, "I a iib to say a tray wonN in j'raiH- Oinrt iSrvki; IVtwwnJACKSONVILLE.

i Luau these> uiiitained in a Chicago I of ('hnmLerlsin'N C ilk-. (Itolvmaml Pinrrlnia AND ALL. BOSToN, EASTERN AND POINTS.PROVIDENCE .i
wifetetition| for relief: "He didn'i (KfiiHHj.v." says Mrs.( llattie hurl Ciilliiijf, nt niurlfnton IS ith U av... f
Iikl' 11I\ ,mother' bread and said hewoiildn i of lufti..n"'a." "I uffTti from SHMI-WEIIKLY SAILINUi. f
Southbound from Lewii' Wharf, Boston
for anal Jur.
ihruuktiurrlni'ii ten
i "it if, and threw it at mt.I! jennt Northbound from foot Catherine street, Jtcluo lllCLYDE I l
They of and ing that time tried \'arioinwithout m.odiC'i11t'tl 1
are elegant quality prices are
More I going to bed be would tell! nolit-r.
ulitaiiiiiiB" any periuniicnt ) ST. JOHNS JUVKIl LINK. J
me to be sure to wake him at a certain l.a..t HIIIIIII c'r one of my rhiMrvntaken wsN
right. Please call and see if it is not to : time. I had to pound him and with "-"'It'ra IIIUIIII,,,, nn>\ I pros Between Jacksonville and Sanford I
: lift him out of bed and him on I sand n hot tic sit ",w ,...1I1t'dUIII) two STOPl'IMi AT 1'l.TK.STOH, ST FIL NCls. ItKRIXI'tlltl). (ClllL4J) I
put and lnt.*niH-diat<< Lnn.JiotfHonST. JOHNS K1VHK"City :

your advantage to place your order for fall. i: his feet and then he"would MISS me dt1'wts r.4k'f.' wrrn I then niiintl iki-iiittl'to to give try th her' nx'entire dh ineIftHPH HTE.UnH: of Jacksonville "
: and back to bed. From this i it ,
/go .
I and did not IM* all ref the huH!>
: lie imagined that the I have IS ..u'I'orsnu H.\Jr. AH KOLLOWH:
may poorwoman's More I II aDd I nincebeen
-- i: woes were unbearable. I troubled WAN" w with that complaint.W"t'I' Of* IAon\'t! Jftckwn.*........... ....... ... .Sunday, TIwNdaye and Thur lnyH at :t.3O 1. m

,, .. I I cannot nay too mnrh in favor of the Returning, Iltfe Sahlunl...... .... ...IODlluJ'. Wl'drw..la5" and Fridays. "t 11 to a. II
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wonderful iwdicinp." This lri -- -
!; lhbound----; (! --- -- J
: .\ Vm ('LttilE ('*1.1. for.safe \>y all druggists. Red nosh I .:::7\0.HE'\'n[14 ll e4l'p
BinghmniaJey.I I 1.l" a :tu p m I ........... .. ..........JtU'LllunVlI ............................ .\rrtH' :4 uu a II
:: "I 1 stuck to my engit&, though ".. M 15 p ell 1'........ ............... .. .....1'alatka.................... ............ I..R\'I' MOO P II
joint ached and every nerveway Port Orange Piikin;:s. .. aUtlRt ...... .... .. .. ...AMt lr... .. ... ... .. ... ; 3011 m
every I :10 U III ..... ..St .mnc.I... .. ... I I 110 IIOJ
: P
i tucked\ with pain, writes C. \VBellamy i Little Nathan Butler die Saturday .... .. .. ...... .
I ll..furd (lklatud) ... ............ ... i I:: 00 w
...............IINI..N.111.1......................: l a locomotive fireman of I I night, after a long and tedious Arrive.. M :'1) u... ..Sanford.. .. I .pam)
Hurlingtoii. 10WII.hi was weak and 100,1) U III nwrprillC': III 0(1 am

-. ..,. .,.,. ... pale, without any appetite and all 'I illness which was borne with remarkable -
l+! e !wluiaau.u..a..etly.i !M.I! !'!'!'!'.I! !'!" '!' .i. I
run down. As 1 was al out to give ltienee. He was buried Gener I
I Passenger and Ticket office
I bottle of Kiev trio (Hitter, ,
I Drink LILY WATER. up got a in the Port Orange cemetery Sunday
and alter taking it, I felt "as well asI afternoon. Tlic floral offerings were 204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
I ever did in my life. Weak, I --
y And Preserve Your Health. down beautiful and the attendance kr e. -- -- -
sickly run people always gain I ". J.J HUlocaH..J H.. AFrttGru.1'w.i.Agt.2011I'e.. ..,. I\llit', }"IaW.
.' t141yt.Ja !u
,. Mr. has sold his
new life, strength and vigor from I Clayton place 0. rOUPEH .
g JR., I +s'ill .1Kt. e. 1' I.OV'ELL: :0111.1
AI),iIUtt'ly frt't'd from all impurities ; their use. Try them. Satisfaction ; south of tl.e'iUlI t' and has moved) 1'of Hngan St.. J.L..uvil..... na.
by the SihuntFilttration Process. iI guaranteed bv the At wood Pharmacy with his family to Ucala. ..c.II.\jltTY, 0.11'1 I Uht; u raw. .'//oCt., New York.
i and J. M. Jones'! drug store :CI.yixE:1111.M I:. ( 1 rl'l'l.cbt Ajn-nt. leer fork
It is ivrnmmt'iuliMl hy the most eminent i- Pries nn'ots.<< C. Milburn and \Villiam Johnson, TI1EO.r...twmI n. hOLR( Jnw P. CLYDICO .
Manager, ,
; t physicians: to be a pure, healthy : who are working in Seabreeze, spent' Cht'tlt'lirou.cb Uulldinjr' !StaUSt New York(i..rwral5Ct'nt.
Sunday with their respective' fam
and Plain and
hygienic water. (111'11L5' The local tribe of lied Men has

f tll'ttt.(1 COLO.WATEK lUhfLleUrk 16.TRS.HJT.nJ Light lint 25 C. .!!" received a talking leaf, which requests ilies.Mr.. Coffee bas much improved the The Dredge "KLONDIKE"

the local braves presence at I appearance of his home by movingthe
WM. WICKING Manufacturer. a great pow wow at West Papua house back some distance from M.KI/TON: A CAMUONl'ropi.

I L DAYTONA, FLORinA. Beach, July .1. Quite a number of the road and raining it a foot or Irtdging) dune in the Halifax, Tocuuka and all rim up cad d nn ti. East 4 .,a'

I . . . ,;, Tense Ut1l-IIClftaMe and SatWaotlon (iuaratltasl..w'h'ew. .
4ts '!. !I! '!I!' '!'!'!I!" '!'" '!' '!' -i'!'!'!'! Indians will go down.I a mure.I tIIfOJtflt-toU, IkaytonaF'hl.



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'. 8ppflal to rVjrnlar! n"ar""N.- ,M t+f4i i t I Ii I I }'MIur m top ot
ftIr WKIJIH 1t.&R."hM'h f(
NEW SMYRNA, l'J.olun.fOlmIlONEYANDTAl1'.\ I STKNVAUT: & 131,1', p.l..t... awav. lon 1 I I 1 I had Knenwrpiidw at miouable) ) and pri<-w.dogs mac 1'e .. -. .. -l (',,11 n thC

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i LAWYERS; HKK: : l DLr rugx1'tW
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I II u, this utnce for Quick i work. J. D. CarmicliaeljMor -- -
i Ottut m llanl Uuddiujr. U' .1..111r r'I. vUranth Dropnlin -
6..M olllst Mnata .......... otli,'eoverl'imr.,tfj" ,. II) \)''1'j i. We do the you bar joUr plumtfu dou .1/ {
rest can
I I save you 151It'rt*nt. .\11\/ ,
fuarauUvd.; Reach tt, 'hone GtYr' / J b.wI"- -
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Dayton! a O i ltt-Newl!; Saturday July 2, 191)1y r

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CK r EI Gems In Verse I 1

HANCOCK'S A Day In the"BloodyAngle1' J

AUGHT God the Pent.u : :
fi u* the poem of thla world-God wrot_
blank vn of the Liquid Sulphur
hearena the

TOCK and And awful rhythmic miur of the are I: 4

AU nature' dUcorde wrought In brmODJ. I A positive melted tore May U. 11(4IM.
iHU lot ill 4'ieitci ol the

s :OUL TRY'EDICINE rhyme book that run InaUnctlvely In BLOOD, SKIN and SCALPfarBiciafeotorcoldbitht W"pnl&ht. by 0 L Klhntr.] and Confederate Intreucbmtot Oordo&

7 H I HU time.leafy bough* that brat accordant Ii ANCocI( T nleiiil HAN'T marcbed his army from advanced and engaged them, fiaallj

=: I I 1IU rollln* ..., hU hU and plain of tpplitilioa, f at Inlctsil sitNalurs's G the \YibbTncss battlefield bj forcing bla way to the brwatworkl of

; 1 YffM. Grcttist Girmieldi the feat fljuk around Lt'f"1J Ins Johnson while Harlow occnpkd th .

;). ., Ire rhythmic hears* atara. that still In aong re Q aid coaibtBtioBil remedy trod. buM'nt. the ui;:Ut of May outer eide. On the right of Haococfc. _

iock' and poultry hare few i i the epic of ttMtlon-thfN, Indeed For BATH and TOILET i. \\'It.'n te) Fwb al lid nnl'f" guard where IHmcy was, the assailants, after

,....... which are not bowel and la God. own language harsh our huma Beiubfiei tile tnnpleiina, rue.. rt"tIllIt'd l.thi.Ial. r *urmlkK IIouse crowing the first line of breast.

If Nful&rititt. Black II n* d. .. t4, the liovlk ol the am ad pirvcstill eight dlntaul from the Wilder work,, baited-on the west face of 1M

; SP&OCk and Poultry Medl- Our need of him.Once i1 IYU.lay news on tb- d'rci-t! nxid to lUcbmond. angle. South of this part of the angle

.. "a bowel and liver remedy Adele Here u1Qn Hancock'sLiquid it fDivuutfn-d tb* CunfedfrutMi In po- the troops of Itode'a division of Ewdr,
t It the of taat
f put. orp&na Water rittn I Irrslnla Ointment ltlon., blocking the rand During the corps were quickly formed and sent
in a perfect condition and Laurel. Sulphur
S; Ertt American broaden and Deem nrrt 0 son. that glory once attained 'le'ts" r 8th I..v brought; bl, entire army Into against Hirney. sweeping h& line out
as Will last I. asw..t..rI-.a tltftttt eiptniily sine and fur ihnr of the anglo and behind the breaat-
keep their herd and flock forever tpotleu and unetalned: tor Buim ScaMi OXSom dars resisted tbe
oecat Heclectto laurel 'p* dily grows dry I ...",. ... Called fiHi. vigorous ftttpmptK of his roomv to works on to the outer aide. In thin encounter
9' gJJilbIck-praQLt Uawatertd. eoon 'twill' wither up and &.. wr..sw..s + gar Surticci, Botli
B Stock I u hire. K">ubiciiel r.tUltll break tbrojuh. In a dating assault, Rrigadter"" General Jnnlus Da-

fontry Medicine in their Not FanM' mere worka can make Fam 1 sr'w w, flu nd HueSl W by (lewrat Kmory 1'. I'pton, tnM'p1 fed of Rdile'a dlvWon was killed.

Any itock raiwr mar buy ab11t Nor land alone, j ersccT ucrs.'u:toe.e..L w fCMTK AIId DuUICI.I ill Sliia. in rvr uta of the Slitli super n'UtIIIt"l the hn'8Jt. The position on this part of tbe line k
pound air-tight can keep its name on the resemtram
I 1.p."Mfr F works but sere driven out after a wan such that Hancock'n troops upon (

,1 u medicine hit itcck from!in hia vigorous dealerkaep It need.tone.a hand to visit day by day. e..w e. HancockLiquid l tu!>i ern band to band ftjibt.Jv'n the outer chic of the worka at t.be f1

-,, for wk healers tfenerJbep TO cut tjie. weeda and brush the &old Sulphur Co. line sass about tour mutts in point of the angle: could fire down the J

; BI-ck-DraopLt Stock and away.Pam. II Baltimore' Md. length, extending! a. UK tin north east aides, and for some time the Confederate .,

4" fwHr1 Medicine. If youra does Ia a fabric delicate and trail aid south fi'duK of the Court House held aloof and poured In what .

.aa:M.d 2& cenli for a sample Cracked by a breath and shivered by a -- I brigbta/ sal on the \at pmtiMited au fire they could from the center of the ,

i \ the manufacturrri The No oel.ale" ; \ rulrll uo
great from
Medicine Cu., Chat not tall; may BOY \ < .I I.l".|lu
eras.lociIuL. A word may jar It teen It* pedettal A TRUE PATRIOTBy DH-IIIM| | uf \ "ali/.alioii \\lilcb, differ* 1Ut100rat.1e dispatch to the j>r .klent.I for their work nothing but the captirea .- .1'

Deem not that thou hut risen In/ from the oidiuan ctilloquuil way 881In..r. p.p <.*. t.+ light it out nn this they bad made la the swoop and their I

0. J... ao. lndJgy0 Bo hlh that naught can1 pluck over thee men down CHAUNCLY M. DCPtW of making nrilculatton forward In the HOt' if It tuV.-s nil !Miinimer." urinij positions outside the brraatworks. Ia .

) .Droagkl Hock and Poultry fain mount alter the directions of tbenti 'the rh""oll In ordered a grand a.. order to recover these (Jeneral Earlnow /. '!
.to 'U Deal I e'er triM. Our Who
Mi1d. stands the highest. on the aoclal h"uIII, aault all along the line to be made at t'ODlman.1n the corps on the 1
...m.sa tockiaf b.4 when you tent wellsShall : p.oiidf&t day of uiy life wu by BO managing the (mfonun- ,
I, aedlda ud DOW they an strike Till' Ihlll of the mutts and - --- ---- ---
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!r1IM earth the' hardNt when I first participated un aprincipal Ilim un to keep 0'

._.maI p-\n.Ls. They ace lovklaf xssL : he falhi. in the fourth of July.I bnck th'ot'al1ztod ""ublIA and 1 cuue I\

,,- BBOCKINOTON.. Plant thou thy mt-m'ry lo the human hud look a l for jears with awe tlH'ir ulteniucf to be no muttied and 1,

heart at the era tor HH he r.le In the cju liollow nit to appear like rousts wore : ) I

Marked byaume sculpture of dtvlrtcr art; tmrouche In the procvmilon. I bud HateiiM < or less rvmotc. It UMI>' I Inle,,i'rttltd
Leave d !'Mi of love to clear
thegrime :
away to him with reverential aUt.tl'tI.m ..H the art of KpvnkliiK In such II'u1

And grave anew thy name through chang The day come when I Rat In the OH to cause a bearer lo believe that the

ITS ing time. back Milt, on the right hand skiof the hound eons nut (row The prison
: Thus shall thy glory and-thy fame endure carriage; AH the orator of the day and KH-aktUK, but from a dlffi-n-nt !sumc 4.
Upon the when I Mood the Tin- Hound an formal by theorguua
earth Immaculrcje and pure; IIJHJII platform an,! < ".111I0
Time then shall sense but to enhance thy IMke' the old familiar truths. I thontrbtambition aa the emiwlouti uf sound e''UIIIIUlalUw
luul tuhulnatiil and nothing lurjujt the palat.the
And Mem'ry'a
hand shall deer away the
FOR weed.Lowell inure In life wns left tu tn attilnoil. tongue, the lips, etc.

O. Reee In Ran Kranclaco Kulletln. There U not n liberal wntlment w here Tbe art of \"t'DtrUucIUt.I nmr f .

civilization ii known that I* not quickened merely tu thiit: After drawliij It lOll;:

on the Fourth of July. It reaches breath the |111.>I former breathe- <,it
The Lake I Isle of Inniifrat.arlae .
the hut of the iflant. and it enters (lowly and gradually .I'xll'"U-t l :
I wul and find Innlafrae.
YOU go now go to 'It
the tent of tW l.'Ou-'rI1't. The one wodlf) hI;. nnd diminishing till J
And a amall cabin build there, of clay nays, "There i U for me and for ray lot the \ ,,|ie 11.tLlt'. mu* if- ->r rL

of. and wattles road ihlklnti houu-tLInc U-ttcr: than this IdrplIIIlI..! t..t' 1'li,,"'. Iltl l 'i Ii, hel
Nine bean rows will I have there, a hive i
lor the hone)bee, hut." The other wiy, "Why tboukl I IU.'OiI hh. I. .: 11..1.. u' : LJ

f. Drink And live alone In the bee loud glade fight to ur lH>M throne and cut the .. >y various 101'1'1'! antes dlMii-1 nr

thnuit of my brother to maintain caste tl'tltioll ",' J:' :.vdiiMICi':
And I shall have acme peace there for
and prhlletx'?" t
praoe cornea dropping clow.
r Dropping from the vella of th. morning I The Fourth of July lifts the thoughts 1.
4 to where the cricket sings the the of 4,i SG4.13O11afiC.01fie.t 1F
nIi1111".111..III1. prayers the j'<') I.; r
There midnight's all a-gllromer. and noon .
a purple glow pie of all 1..ItUltrlt'14 to hlgl.er i>latM' of O C. f*.bian Law 1

And evening full of the linnet wingsI lit inc. thinking and \11'IIS'\-\I-I.\\\': I ..

I dying Why. It la a i tI. i L' uiilintIk.. .
itn I >UM i
1 will arlM and go now for al"a)1 night unit ___ ____ __ _____ 'I_iiV .
'r..Uy, college,
dayI "
itii-i-iii IM -|n inMi.niliO. I uil.l M
1r hear lake water lapping with loir a liii.h 111'1..01. a tern < matlt'dn.-'iliij ;
uuiiJji by thu shore DM.in xchiMil It I U a 4 I l'i% .11.1 .- 1'1". ..I liuKii'i! > d I ri
While I stand on the roadway t.r on tea I 5 + "''HI.,01", .r .
} pavements grayI t. lil'rr.il olucntlon Inpiinotlsni ...O.. .. t .$ ..
bear It In the deep h *rt'. core and mans .

M -William Butler Yeata. 111...1'yLa1" .-. .-..__-_..-.u_....-............................ p-
llu' Fourth of July .* ** .N.**N.N..f.N..N N 1..111..N,

\_. The Great Health Drink Only a word Service.of warning I + id I I "I'll 1lHlllllttllll In Wtttltm1nliltt"f',' l'tomI.au1n ]j Neville H. Clark (:

In frar. /
Spoken ; altwt niter kings! ha u' hung bin Iugl.a .. I
Only a prayer at the dawning
Only a trar on the clli'.x't It tills the pruudf'tlt I
panel in the proudest letli l.iti\e bull In ; ) t tI
Only a penciled letter i ... !_ _\
"IK THE GOOD DIDSUMMEDTIME1 Written In pain; I the world the hones of l lords with the ...... I

Only a aad one encouraged picture of the landing of the pilgrim .. I HIIIIV t\ UK: "BJ.ooll\ AX: ;LE": A'l Ht'OTrSVLVANIA. f

To start again. The I'ourth of July rn-iittsl the FniuhrPi'Ubllc : .l :: .
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tr! > 4
"Good morning"To and wan the force with which n H .
Only those a bright we meet; It tmkrtbe power of lini,,'ria 1I111D. of .. .V .... 4 oVl'M k the in.iriiUM tlr the 12th The r4ht of [\\ (>11. sent over the brigade

lame aciUtedAcroM .... .... [Hunt lili'tlx} :[ sacra: ,[ at In the attack of Ferrin. Harris and Mciiowan
Only a one monarchy, of 11onl: sue'rhsm, of anarcby .. ..
the atreet. .... .... was tin salient angle <>n the east of These fresh of
and communism and perpetuated .. .. troops Carly'a taking j

j : I Only helpIng a acboolboyHta the repoblit's life. i j :.:. E"'t.o.: Kxaniincd. l Frt('. :.: IJTV'S portion advantage/ of the shifting fog and the 1atuoke.

tack to learn; All ball the glorious Fourth! 1st u' .... ..,.. To the ct rj's of Jeneral IlancoikV8 putbeil their way Into the gap j

Only showing a stranger keep true to the condition of tbe :.:. \t I link- .1- \\.1 1: '\ M a.' :.: assigned the pine of honor and between Itnde'a men on the went face

The way to turnn.Only I ......... ........ ...... ................. : danger the direct fn'nt of the salient of the and Cordon's
Foartb of July. Let us deify time mnn .-..---............................................:11co. ftnul" on the east
S'METTO is a delicious, refreshing reading chapter oriel of sbincton.> of Hamilton, of where the ground unit open and ?* I and entered the trenchvg. IVrrln was
To some one blind; jtom-d to the ,'....my'* \l lw and ItWf1Il'! killed and lro\\'Ru was wounded.
made from ripe HAw ..parkl.Of Jcfforenn.: of Roger Sherman of Oliver I I
Only light leaving bthlnd.a L'lJ*worth, of John Hancock of the : eoaaRO.. ...4.'e.'acooa by the lire of his gun*. Hancock's role The battle of tbe angle from this time-
Palmetto llerries. free 0 hum cunftlHt of the division of liar-
Abioltitely two AdaroaM. of Schnyler and of a on until nightfall was at very close
Only shading the window Greene. DR. BRUSH g low and Hirney in the first line, supported juitrter fwd on parts of tbe line at '

f from! pernicious harmful dnig. For some one 111; 0 by Mott and Gibbon. In all sixlint's : urra'i length. As noon an GeneralMeado
Only an otter to keep Let iw take new IHHH-, new strength. II' '\lLs ni'\i MM 1'lIblll\\I o '
Metto ntimnlateh fiulolaf'4 dwp The ground wan doping learned of Hancock's good and
h the Liver, The batrnlta atlll. from ern-h iti-urrliiK t't'lt>brntioll. Letffrnteftil o
t I 3 upward toward the Confederate lines. 111 fortune, the cnptnre and loss of the
:" the Kidneys! acts dimth on the Only placing some vlolftaH natluiu for unnumbered ten and when about half way up the atope'' angle, be onlered General Wrljibt's dlvision -

lde the bed: orations prorlnlm what the Fourth of i I ; I 'II' 1'1" .I "i'> a Si 1>ct mltt. the men stare a hurr.h and at one rush to mote and relieve ]lanecock's *j!
Bladder Makw these Only the pillow turned oO up i
organs I.'r July III l what It wean, wbat It bat and tnto the
For the aching bead.Umdon. 6 oI hunt through the abatl right flank i
form their Christian done. Let our own p( functions in natural N Uncock '
a DR. E. R. IHiUSH : pouted !Jilt cannon about
In fafh gatheringlarpr
-. age century but with muxkrt fire only
the ktwons of bit o os tipiHi-iiltni. 300 yards from the |mint of the salient
wij thereby keeping the in mitts from :
system The Future.
A mere m-cldi-nt MTt'd Haneock'H and kept n tire o\cr the works Into '
still Iln with the BlbU- for their guide In \t KNTJ I ; | T O up L
Perhaps the darkest da)a are ) '
ft line from disaster like that *n .taiDctl
perfect and healthy con lition. ahead IIOmtwhfr. nxirnU and randurt. the constitution I o 0 u the aiiftle. Cuns were run up to tbe In- p
I :
$ 0 in front of the atom- wall at rrwlwl
wh will. frenchmen so AH to rake the inner
But let him shrink in gloom '
I'll not sit In dMpalr. for tbetr text book of liberty and gore Nil M 'I I 11t.1: I _\VU I I-.. 0 icksburg l to 1*..CJ. Mteliil hy the moveI'I I1Ut'lIto line down tb> aide of the angle ,Tbmen
rnimi-nt. null the fine for their symbol : !
The nil that U dreaded grows I < of I'edertil trHint on other parts
and h'.rarouml
I these
of faith >.|tf .'..I,Ii. SIllMl! cannon :1
With every woeful quakr.The ; of wtrlotlMn and of liberty 0 1'1"| | | oooacoooacoooteooaooccoaooa
of the line on the llth, Lee had wlthilrtiwn were cut down by the ballets from the ;
Ilia are those
wont of all our
and of good work I
That we from nothing make. hN cannon from the angle l aid numerous points of dvantflc held by 41 I

.. Ifft the defense of that taint to the the enemy.General ,
Js t The dreariest aaJ darkest day four brigades of General I)1-
May atlll tw on abead. ..t. ...s. ..ao3as.J... see..s.e ea I tae e'e. .ee ...eati infantry ) I..t. Grant leader of the '
but it may \\nrd .Itilmmin' dhlslou. llavljig- Vermont brlcade d '
H-riben the
Yet since we can guess ( fight at -
Sod c\t All Why wait around In dread I .. ... _- -" .-_. "'-- .. I.'.erme-tl lilt mistake durlmr the night the dead line a* follows.
The pains that men anticipate I....' ordered the gun returned butthey : ,.
Are suffered o>r and Xft; I : VlO.POiJNOS) : i "It was not only a desperate struggle -
In for action
i .. Soda Fountains. Our terror oft makes dangers great : afire not lottery but It wu literally a band to band 1
I That were but alight before. : .. when hlanco 'k's men turt ufton the fis.bt. Nothing hut HM pll...l ulI logs or ,
- Why may we not look forward to ,,, :-------...;:;.r- i :..aghdraan' breastworks separated the combatants. |t i
:: '
day? Jllltnllt/u. lufuntrv 1't"luJt'utlt,1': Our would reatb tbe and
The fairest gladdest y men over logs
N. ERICKSON The future may go winding through j I i 'RE A"F I J,.$, .'".\ ((3 III m in the work-. and grace what lire Into tbe fates of tbe enemy, wbo ?.

I None but delightful W&5.They ,I rl opposition toy could but lIuol'O<'IL'* would stab over with their bayonets; !
have their 1.IH.ur o er and o RAnd ,/ ;
eatetiy mauntflvd :I ,f1I.9 : -. loli'iitn' nverwhelnwd them and cop many w.>r.- bot and HtadN'd through ,

Cabinet Maker and Who BM them waiting long beforeThey're '1..1t.tT.\- / .' ,_ -" .. tunil nearly the whole command, In- tbe cre\U- and holes Between the '.

\ won and tossed aside I ""1: c a ,' ':' olntllim: their lender General Oeore men mounteil tie orb and with
,:- Pi %_ I : ..'re IogN;
-RE .
3, ...1l\'... ..;t II Stewart comiuiindliig a brigade.anl mu..LeH rapidly banded them kept up \
Wood Worker Vie. r' i shout 4, *M) men :& cannon, were
( rMe yt; a continuous tire until they were shot ,
Coming from out this nol o fti tk'.?' ,!J. 'iW; 't.,;: JJ.:k' .ml thousand muskets aud 3ft flag down, when other would take th.IrJlha't'
shall come a
.' > the The encounter at
vr n prim.
Door end Window SK-HI*. 1'kture strife and groaning and continue tbe deadly work. i
Uoddlnjriinud A broader and a Duster brotherhood; S : 'r ,t, .' 1:1 the ritifttwork. though brief was e Several time during the day the 4

ti. "Io.t All kinds of A deep equality of aim. f>OlItponh.c.A.l1lflft.h .. .- .- 'J' !I -.; .. detrrinined. and the c ..tulIUf'lllndkt* l Confederate would slow a white flag ]it t
| when each shall .. \, ) were Itayowt uri about the work and when our fire t.l
There shall COma time +- I i
at rewnahlr .J i disaster for the
pry's. to another I priswas a complete aIQ'kt'nt'JUDlII over and surrender. i : ,

CoUill.h.lu..., D.it. totiM, Fin m as Chrlit would have hlm-broller : COFFEE O'S : ('onrl,It'rntl'l. and the men who wereo and others were crowded down to fill I _

unto brother E.\V YORK COffEr. /, 0 fortunate a. to ettcnixfell bark to their place It wa there that the

..,_ : the N4MYtilll line, held by General John '1
There shall come a time when brothfrhoo.1rro" ._ : : somewhat celebrated tree was cut off
Talmtw : II Mirdon'H division at tin- base of the
stronger by bullets, there that the brush and .
IXit-turH findA Than the narrow bounds which now detract : S. W. CARROLL : I angle, punutil to 0111I point by the *iultant log* wtre cut to pieces anti whipped :
the world
then of Ilurlow and Hirney nail stuffGenera "
goi l |prl'seriptilm| When the cannona roar and trumpetai I Into basket
i purporting ) who tbe ; '
i blare no longer Mi-Gowan was on

n. For mankind I And the ironclads rust, and battlerta : THE GROCER. : ; the Kuevesa bad teen ton great other aide of the trencbe{ lending! the .t
Ht-nt pac kl'l I.el.'ulh I. r usual are furled; for Ilnucock' The wbole -ol-1 j
men :
a&oeL' The family IH"I\|i. < .1It. .... .0.1 When the bars of creed and speech and i South Carolina brigade, ,taitIn his r.
Isupplytaray'ar MI iliiu i i->i- %Illtt.rat race, which sever. .. .. .... .o..o.o.o.'S 'tOI ;co01e3t** *''*' oa ooc... s i uiii'i had xiurtil user the enemy ,.1 uflirtal report:
fused In one humanity tortvtr.T trenches Into the ungit' and were packi :
Shall be l. - I "Our men lay on one side of tbe t j
&u. Morris.A
DAYTONA NOVELTY'ORKS' I II The \t rode of Hwell'n etrpstid and In many tnntancea IJk n"t're palled .
JACkSONVILLU .METROPOLISH : I Q.m From India. : been put under arm Infurday' ovfr. e The trenches on the right t

) | \ i. >.tin i. i i Single la he every living to another creature world.bvrn. I I i I\Ii : I' ; : i !licht to Sleet thix assault and but for had to be cleared of the dead more I

anJ the : Single Single he eats paaK'the fruit of evil deeJa.Single HcC.Uan (0. F.dwuad., Han er.. !j the absonw of the artillery would' than ODN'0 onk taw. twenty-two .

'- DAYToU.lETI the fruit -f good and when be ;| ilnuhth'H hare done M.14 it wee Inebee in diameter, in rear of tbe brl- f fgadf'
L 'tat: S 0
leaves Scroll Sawing Turning Inside'W the musket firing was not rapid enoughto balls
down musket
wa cut by ,
of ,
JILl body like a log or heap c.ayt.fpi.n .
.tot tell the numbers the *
Taut In
:" Suhxriltcr sf4 upon .
the ground his kinsmen walk away. I. and It fell about 1: o'clock Thursday -,
a Virtue him at the tomb \VT J i "'."'i iii nlumno, hColumiiKumi charging line. However. Gordon's re- a
: alone sta>a by Yard night (Un 12th), InJurtDR several mea
year $1.50.J the dreary trac*. k d Wood l'Iil.;. \1.1.1.! !!"I.r 'l'hll&I4' I
And bear him through or an ,' I. 7u, sere division wa in Hue. and when !lin the Fintt South Carolina regiment" fI

} Z !*.. MIUtm -Cud. of ....UII&. DAY10NA. ILORlttA. .1 Barlow's men finally baited. at tb* itectunu I GEOUOE L. KILMER. 'i
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It 18 1i1tJJe Hurl UMlftJ' .t3 ian. v *s VM *.**> ....-. .--.- ..- .
that rtm- phonc eit hange. pa married two FkirHla girls
still'waking iw cwim one or '
fy. He
"'" hack Dayton are
expected tj't from thAt Taint to Ormoml Inal1t81.ralti t
y today, not but tickle the palate of the wohtfastidious. the wired may ** run to Daytona, ubil having a living wife in erg.11111f'1

4 -- --- 1:. J. MluJ. -'". which] Mill then lout New Smyrna in Georgia Patterson M now serving The County Treasurer pr +ntt'\l urning InsiST t i
his t..Jvks and arcmint together with ,
ronn'tionitla IkLand over theta I
five year term in the phosphate iJI..p i-
11 4 the 1 line Iii! rels ort for the m nth or June, : \\,1611'"IUIII"I'onhl'0IumD'lU1d ,
Rao line.Chen proposeI
trip Ticket frona Jaekaon- i k1Vilkin! ) entertained a mini's Pel/md Supplement Mud.to rder. 'I'ltom 7U.The .

4 idle to Nor York via Mallory Line of friends at the automobile i is mutt !h> Jl.Miu.NMl.: I IlcI and will i \thia"a.! .. examined and approved! 7ORIDA 1 v .
1 1I
J27 laqttirt at party touch with large rkirtmti e POLIT and I paid warrants! nrdore I de- 1j
T dab hotibC on the beach Monday lit in a fI, IQr"Ctl' new national game i
QAZLTTE-NCWS office.'f
I the coontv IVland Supplement 1111 I: lor sale by f f Harne Mt'I\1I bU' )'f'll

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I The Gruber= riorris Hardware Company. ." I i \ 'f1:''> .

( Incorporated.I ) ) "

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i Telephone 45. Hardware, Paints, Oils, Sash, Doors, Blinds. Ship Chandlery and Sporting Goods. 214 S. Beach St J 1

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J (If I r 1."-(' St hultc. of Winter Park is at .'\

Published, Every Saturday.LOW f -- I -- the Surf Cretit for a few days. Nolkv i hereby given that the following iWriU-d I Innd w.;'I 1 lie Mull|] 't \

I A Uesen Compliment to President Jim AlennJsr's Charges t.': Knocked Mr*. Frank Owens and children, auction on the First Day of August, A. D. 1904 County Florida, or no much tlwreof. art wlf| Iw iwwwarj, to pojtUuuiVU
FITZGEUALK. 1'catlstlen.! who June ken on an extensile visitto ;
'J __ Uurjo>'nc for Ills Lttorts In I Oat In the County Court and for taxes herein net opposite to tin? 8J\fUfI. toother with eo.U of such Half aNAMK.
I friend in the interior of the State vettieing i td. '

MUtJttCriVtlOD f 1.50 per Ywir ia Advance.,. i Ik half of the Club Hou!\c. I Defendants UI haffd. returned home this week. ___ __ ___ ____ __ i..

1t.' dIDK XotkvvB lOo i,-r Line arhTlu.s.' The Florida host Const' Automo The I\J"ul sews, in speaking of the | Raleigh Keating of I'ahtka, was huEscIIIr1ON: OF 1.S II. LOT. UUX.'K. oI A l
0180'- Pity *>!Wtioufrau< nullbe l iH;-i;jia town Friday of last week
--- ornamental
-- IJile'Ol'iation' *
is not an _. fcj&l >
the i inspvtors. i Notwithstanding( the inclement --- t y ? -
Knteml at the I'octoflke at Daytorm,, body, and does! not cure hi rent on 1IIIIIilldll uf tin i-barMi n-4nin weatlwr Sunday there Mary .'t RIIKt'fII..t' -t11t..........................?........... ... 5 fi -- *4aj ,-
Florida an Second (lass Matter. nays: was a healthy Arthur.;'1 w ard"...........n40of N .0nf 200ft.................... I H Ifiju _1,1
, its laurels H* the promoters and I mAiiagfis "TIii' famous drangr City vl!*..tiull..n.... attenclftnct' of our good |oople at the Sadie Thompson..........e 100 ft .I 7 4fc !
-- -- of the now well-known '''''''''8talltolllol.ile iowbk-hA. M. Bailey\ W. f. fllll.1011.., 'Methodist church morning services Archie 1t.'t'd..e.5 of w !rTfi ft............ ........?...... U f
SrtUr.1nyJul! > 2, 1001. world 1.lutl' The music was very good. of r. and James A Flood..............e 205 ft of ..'. ................?............?... 4 5>
tournament in the I). Frtt-man and 11. wereurrlst- W V ................ ....... t.m .
-- "T __ Mrs' pirate Stewart duet TousU-j .l..ut.l .... ...........1,2, Pi, 7 gad K *7 j
renderedj-i 18.6
over the record course -theOrmondDaytona totJ on complaint of J. E. Alexander on David .Shannon............Ixit 4, Block I. ab...._................. 1 :SH S. >
The liu.ette-N'ewH is in receipt of which holds the charge uf perjury n'k'gwl to have Iris that was highly appreciated. Nellie Names................ Lit 2:1. HWk 2, sub...,?............_.... 1 JH J'JQ
. tile caU.o no of ]Hulling College for bench- eutnniitt -d at the primary on iluy loth, !' Mr.( and 11rM. .Arnold of Jacksonville Julia C Waller..............Lot22Mib..............................Sa*tJ 7 2t4 '1. j
Ideml of llHtf'l. HollinsQJlIeote mystic record figures for the mile hearing before I are at the )lOll Air Cabin. Mr. AndrewValaUin.........lot :l3, .utJ...,..........................2 and 7 2H jfij i
the jt\ir W. K. \' WM KUi-u liiuinarjr : 'i Arnold has the contract for moving !lows Wright.............l 30 Vanderbilt
now ranks us one of tint 'OI1d.-by County Judgp MrCmry on Wtd1M'sdny.The j AdaUlofker...... ........Lot IN/' Work 2.IIUIl..3, 4 aad ft 28 Ito
lraiinrcducatietna) institution* Jr. dffcndunt wen rv rwnU-d. "nJujgr '{ the Potter pavilion and \\ ill also engage Stephen Thorna*........ .Lot 22, Ulock 2, *"h...........8, 4 sad 5 3H .a'o ;1

Florida the need of club houseto Palmer, of (hi! >udo, and tlw'S a!.. in doing some other work in Terry Murray........... ...I.utM :11111.1 I, Mock 1. tab............... 6 SH 24.17 J
Seeing a
11 L. F'i; Irt4. of J 'lm i V. :I Daytona before returning to the metroiolis lx>nh Zander........... ...I otM 1 aid ., (tlotl 2, e..b..,............ 8 6..71 .
by I' < m
, entertain Northern visitors, as ., on the St. Johns. John Hawker...............Uts :l and i. Ilhrk 2, sib..... ........, fi 441 : ','
f Dr. Lincv'n Pulley: Ha. knell; I well for the of number "Twtnt.Hvi. or thirty! wttuwwn i. unlOnrugs'itc't're | Anthony JohnNon. .........I/ot 5, Ulix-k 2, '"nb.......>..........,...,... fi JH
will as use a large !in all-nd.uM'' Inn! hiss Grace Keating departed Sunday Iklom ilonutn...............I/ots 1 and 2. H" ek 1, *.b............... H 2t4 : :
I I'nivenuty, I.ouisburg. Pa., of members who reside in Dd"tlluaanel DOW of tin-til \\.1'1..11..1..1.| il" Ill' <- .-..I.t: : for 1'alatka on a visit of a few LlW R mum ..............I..lt:1. Illiirl 1. Mlb..... .......,......?..... K :*M :UOJ 't
douhtK lie elected president of I I'I 'k8' Martha Johnson' truoLlxit 11 lUm-k ..... .........
Ormoiul, President Charhw G. "OI'ltlllflt HH-III, to tc-t.'v; tula.\\| \\'t duration among friends there. 1, mib ...... H Jto
:-:tctKM University at in ..y'* meeting Iturgoyne of the association started I Ia "" iirriiiit W- had the pleasure of bearing 11't"Tounlrjr. ................. .....................................Ji.......,......... 1 .11) I :
of the I board i>f liuateis: I'r. tlw' +' tait.11.It GtIr'uppell..l.of 4, ub of s% of ufc" ...................... 4 ill 1 JQ
club house building pUn and uanti hard li-u-1'' !I'-ii.l.- li'ini .,i.iri Lt y. .1. It. Tro\el deliver an inter- Andivw Jooeti...............Ixt H, sub of stlf r.1 91

1 1111111 1 has tic reputation 'f l'iiig guaranteed to take all- the bonds nut to ttiiinli null the utiijciv! ;;a' > .1.! 'li.iM- I f',tillg sennon in our little c hurcliSunday J F Hr f't'.IH'lrlt..............t* lot 11. sub of *H of M\............,..... .I HI .8G 7 j:

an able nun of much expt ticti. e us subscribed for. Hill initiative gi",1'1the ruhlll.ne' fit.-' U-iii'lit/ of ". I'milit! 1'.11 mom ing. The church was Sidiwy IWton...............nS................ .................................... 2 32 ''.$1
an otiucator and l prvacher. He is scheme the confidence of the i \ n : well tilled and the congregation was Archie lU-ed.............................................. ..............................1.18 2 ;
I UldlM, wilVlHtt, of ill- tulllitv. lulumittH
lJin Van Orwlafcf..... 50 ft k
portion in .e .tll.:1:1 nd 28 aO
filling a Daytona jxiinple t. and/TS. a few exceptions *. who bud IMVII Mii| iuad) \\ ill< | i impmw>ed tu thedeej et degree We Mary A Ilk I'M......,....." 35 It..7.aid 8 :;1 QIS J. ";;
; llucknell University, and his consent all the bc.r the) new tin* btKII.JI.IMI1l1i..t' and JUIJUTK usi| MI !iop that he will again favor us with W (' SjarkM..s; 50ft of 1".1 ( 8 ftl :3517 Jl

!j to a change was only given club house were subst-nltcd f..r bDaytonians. .\ orange City pmih-t, wutli... first wrBMW. i ...notiit'r discourM'' i in the near future. J M iarland................................... .................... ...........1ft SI, U.W '
after mach persuasion I II S Faireloth..w 25 of 50 It tot 1 sub ..... ....
i We regret to learn that Mre. U. II.Ytipitton s r| 11 :r,2 l&i
! the is Mr. Landix .tat .1 tli.it II' li., I n i vTbo8 Hill...............Ut2Mib ..........,................._....11 :. 3.CO
f -- -- --- club house situated near the. |iaM-rn returned with the lu ''II: I!>"\ I ( i is quite ill: Her many t'u..it'. Warren ................I.hl (J, sub *\...................................11 .".< $.17 a
j The Jlartow Courier-Informant the South Trail, or the lower me I and wa<* n*.'.ly to ,.irni h tlwrnonulor' friend* hope for her px : asks "what !became of the $%,nliffht surf bathing parties (Iuu )1..11 l'rM..I.t 1&, ..ub.\.U ',:J 2.08 .

lion. William B. Lamar won for the Halifax Uiver Tl.e house i is roomy, that he fliouM not do MO.'John '| .1 f' ni'n-h invuRalenoty. K\ery night TruIII..1I Honif I I..H'of!Colomi-..........Ma-.....*S htn 11 and) I:. "ub *................11 ".J 1.71 .
. State from the Florida Central anti! with a wide ,xenuida and is of two H Thiiisi'v.! a voter m pus! :alt I large (parties assemble and enjoy IloU-rt Wiliia01I1..I.t 18. flue; 1. Waifs so 1, pt........ .,-' 8.60

I i Peninsular Railroad? Han it been! stories, containing all the usual club "J, was tirt-u r>\\ nrnVlnn a>!kf.| Its l iI.eiustlves: dipping and! rolling the arum: William*............Ix>t 21, lihvk i,11'all's ub pt......... ..,-' 2.OS ,

collected, or will the subject l II e equipments .\ fine view of the the $tatr M atti rory fur whom r *'nt 'd l lulio; .- y waved, nud sounds of joyous lien Gooden..Lot' 2."., Illut-k! 1. Wall's ob Itl......... :.,.;Jt 1.08
Ormond-lhiytona beach is had for mirth reverberate from one end of Jann WillialJllt..I.ot 'JJ. Hloi-k; 1 Wall's ..ul'I't........ ...' .160
1 warmed over for the next congressional the i for i'onuniM IIP wax ircventi-d. from tiniU Philip Sjt-nm-......,......IxU : 4.V.H.l| kMk 1. Wall'ii sub f4 ;''.'
fight in the Third district?" miles, and lighthouse at MOB- tilt' tii The le,al Itiimiitlien ; i 1:11': :U>ach. to the other. Jliznl'O\mrt..I.ut: IH a.60 ,
I swering | ti. / hays i k 2, Wall'II.tt pt......... ;.tJM
: No ono hcnr heard of it !eing quito Inlet ten miles away, is plainly aries went to ili>- but and tammltbi Mi I >. .1. K Martin made her departure It Mtirrill ..................Ixjt 19, Ml wk 2. Wall'II.L fit........ ;,2 :1.tll
I visible to the naked I U W 11 idt' .............Ixit 2>> Hind 11 .. .
i collected, but the subject carefully i eye on any > air for M xvral h1)UN the' i.-uil ui i iwhich Friday for Hendersonville, man ::. ahI'M sub pt.. : 2.08
occasion. Ida Wid-man' ........ ....Lot :*', l Bloc l k 2,1v'aIrs cub jrt........ f>:2 1.08
stowed in cold X ( .. here she will
: away storage quarters wan that tht-' court tnknl lh- u it spend the sum (it'r inJf'hkioll..l..ut
l.'t. lilm-k :t, Wall's sub pt........ ft;* l.Utl
The Florida :
Kast '
and will lx heated red hot when Coast Antonio OHM* could nut aiiMWcr tin .|ihli.ni. ThomiiM It .Daiky..IMIt 10, lilork ;I, WnJI'Mnab pt....... 6t. 1.08!
I occasion require Two years ago j it bile Association club house is bound Tin b-1 tlt.. priMH-tition v\itln.nt a ..i'l merMrs.. JI. L KUt'h'nopcrgE'r haM re- John Jut.hull..n '.'I 0 ft, lot 7, Lull 1 (in-ei...'M nab pt M 1.24

I did a world of good), when W. IS to become popular with visitors, an tf* man on Im- and tlM 1111"111.1 guru a brief trip to Chicago. John' II William.... ...M .V ft. lot /H. blk 1. fI irww'H sob pt M 11.45
had Fred and John S. the view obtained from a marine Katnv.i gi\-ti Mix Harry Stiufflii.............IM 1 Mk 2; lin-riif'iiMibpt; ............ Wl 1.08 .
Lamar Ella Ijidd and)
Myen to taw viltiII t'nm-ill oiln-r \\ird. ilaughter, Marie Havuond ...........lx>t 1:1. blk i. (im-ue'N t>ub pt......... .VI hood .
Heard miming against him. standjioint cannot be equalled. the dt''n.lullr" w.'n' di.w.hal jlt'.1 !ir'r:: made a journey to the inlet Horace (tilmon.............Jots 4 A.: 10. blk :1. Unvtw'n nub pt.. :-1:I 3.60

-. ------ The new club house will be formally ""biJi fUI1lIlIl" I iI".'' aroNti a I littlteiis ,-- Monda R W ('alsia..................lots 1 1.\ I:!. Ilk :t, (fhwlle' sub pt o;I :opt
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opened to the accommodation JIt |Btuod..lotsl7&IMIIktIr.| ; .. .'. .
srubpt :t ajl
Next Monday i is the glorious of the puh'ie on Monday, the glorious ( to I'InniimU'i ofot. s i" 11' IllIvy | : Tli. s, t ial club which wan recently fi i W Watt) ,..................Ut 2. blk 1. (irwi*'. sub pt........... 5:* 5.17
tin- in.lsr tnix '011'.1. -t n..i;, TI!,. .,i/nl in the Wirmun'ti
| Opera John .\ J.u.L..m..f.nt"a.\. ( ..
Fourth and] doubtless the occaaku I Fourth when it doubtless ; I, in-encV nub pt. 5;I 6.75
*I will bring visitors to Daytona w in<|iM-tor n'ltll'lI.J till 1.\' n\i> 1'.I i.< I'i ;t'r naires to lircome (!hits a John II \\ illiaauM..lAlt it, Ilk 4. Cr; *i '> sub ,.t.. ........... .VI 5.17
many be thronged with visitors of both ,. ... H S .'areluth..Jots 11 1.11.'. blk; 1, (in-Hie :- :I
: Mr Ak-xand'i. .HI-! dt-ii \ > "i ... i i ill the ent !rtiininent of our s nubpt > 3'(W
who would! not otherwise be herealthough sexes, who, after looking it over will ,. : Ib-n (;cxid..n.... ............1ml 21. Ill I. lIi.l i 'I
\ there will: be no elaborateor adjudge it a place worthy of the the prwiiii ha HCu \ --ii i u ,' MMiig I ; ; ; will h..I..I.I"'r} Its Fain lot I.... ............1.... -.'Ii, blk 4. (;im-m-'K subpt ........ St: 1.24
to the ifft--t 1I! I' lh-\ \,1,1| n I' in. \\\', 'may, at which dancing, card .. '
formal celebration of the day. .\ association that built it It \\ Calvin ... .... ..uk kits 27, :ls.t 21', Mk I, GWM* .
good impression be made onis i Four n' thone wlit I.: ntM 'i .ill: I.! .r ..ip.l mtiMf will U some of I pull 'It.. ... ................................. :-It 3.11
can )Luncheon will l he served fiom .> lic, "I' IIn' Inf'.rrn.' I. ..HHCK: I.I; : II' ii' [ ', ;isi-tv > en.Tagetl: l in bides the Mary M.-allur .....,..... ..t\ IoU 27, 2"1.lt: Wk. 1. (Irww'n
itors, however, by liberal and pro- to I. Members are at liberty to invite sub pt....................... ............ ...... M :.38
i .. -.\ did not sot' f..r Mi A' '\''''d I i. ,1/ lone :0. I SIH'i! 1 chats indulged in on such .
fuse decorations of business places lady anti gentlemen friends. It S Fair loth................lots 1.t2. blk .">, (;IrwweV Hiib pt... .':) ft..75
If and residences at small expense to President will donbtlesh )II.-IM mail alti. Kvfrybotly i* ,cordially tiHirCf, W fieitt'r..iot 4. Mk 5, (i irwiif's ab pt.....,..... 3 ". I ">:t 6.TL
the dieplayer. Let flags and bunting Imrgoyne ".t liundri-il' nin-v "I"\ *''. i or" w. Ipns.'rlt. s< :I IIIMl t ,..1..1.Fld Alex IVrrv.: .hrtrs..Lot 5, Mk !>. (Jrwr...V nub pt...........
make one of his usually characteristic TlttInlit' 1 !xoiHttrv tin- oiatory I John' II Wim..J..t" 11.\=!. bit 5, lrwtwM Kubpr SIiIiJFI.rlO. .
7 Allen made business
float from
everywhere, showing siraightfwrathe'shouldgr.blunt .. '. a trip KxluiidllJoiH-s.........,..Lot; liKUft.t.lki. freenlM sub pt U4ir>:t 6.75
9 a spirit of patriotism on our partas sieecheH, which amounts to fiom I!InHIIIUM. on I..tla l ( -. 1' l t''., loiinty capit.dTuesday.I \\Mi.idon I ................liOtl.Mib.................. ................... 1 M R17
well as welcome to our guestsIt "Well, what do think of it1'" hut''rm m if in !I. HN IHIMII I.- I su I ni-v Audeixon was a pleasant II I lt'uatt.....................Ut+ 2 and 8 to 23, ..0....... ............... 1 M cU
lave of country be the dominant 'fla far an '1'i.lt'.I.:1" .ull..II..I." ...;iturrl'r: John' A Jatkson...........Jot 4, cub........................................ 1 .VI 1.08
! sentiment with all Fireworks o'; I pyrotechnics w ill among us WronHCtay.I J II Brooks ..................I*>tr, sub........................................ 1 51 1.C8[ .
on Monday, the be engaged in on an extensive scale i M I t ,, ( ;1116 JuhulOn is visiting hers L M (ult-roan ..... ........Lot 0, sob............................. .......... 1 51 l.Ug
day of all days to every true .Ameri on this occasion, and the event will WI..IIII'io": N In' ).!';:i"in'"' t I.; u'MMi'.iiuh '' :-'I'r in IfcLand, Mrs Chas. Kurt/ Tom dale............................ ....................... ...... ... .........., 6 60 :.117
'an-the dayS long be 1'/III'mlH'rt'11 bv those ,. I-' l" "l\ Jo' \: M ll.lnd..rllllul..J.ot*.......................................3 and ft tit 9'JO!
I \ 'lkn Frmlom from l-r mountain l height participating anil I.MCI f'ait.'i; II' at .\ Mr,. harry liuckhind i is visiting I Julius CltoUlt'1I, >h H4rn..w 110ol a 323ft.............................. 2 70 1.4V
lufurkdlsrstandarJtotheair; in itJ drug. i..I her t|rarclI'M and I friends in o.'l..eon J.iin'M .\ Mitrlwll..........wS! ..................... .............;................. :i 70 !5.17
II Shy' tore the arum roU-n of night -> ; Springs.: j I IMr HMh I *.................. .....w.V: oftl02t..... ........................ M To l.OH(
And m-t thf stars of glory 1 tltrrvHy -- -- M CuHfrt............ .......e 53 ft.............................................. M 7o l.OH
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the skin of their teeth the Weir Low Shoes For Comfort. t,c I the summer with his family. They M1)MrM Wrhel.t..Lot IM\, sal...................... ........ 4 71 :'l.flO
"Lily Whitc"tltIt'Wltl't the Republican : 'Hviipying of the Walker M % right...............Ix>t2, Mk I, not......,...................... 4 7)I i.tW
}: to ** Tin- i J arc one 11.011 (iaitss................... Lot D Mk 2, .ab..........?..,.....,.....,... 4 71 1,3.1
National Convention at ('II'cago mu'rWi'mwi: SfindIM'MII| i *I lrltUlt i "'s. Iauruirceii.............?..lll1, cub of vi%................;,............ 5 i. 1.33
wved themselves (rout being : went low sluM miMwN M lls'| ll\lir\ I ;it's Smith; a prominent salesman .\ It Hoik. ..............Lot 10 A. 11. Nib of wf) .................... -*. .) :2.03
I kicked out of that body and theseats "f ha\ ;ttirht\ t foot,I'oinfortInr **: i U a' i he St.tsidtInn.: for a short ,'a.III'HI. 1'aip- Tiltnan......:...........e p u ft II of eawal............................. (I il 1 OH

filled by the d...rk-skinnc I 4. ( n mtuinly eitnifortaMi- + ; .'. i A U Hu..e 110 of w 123 ft............................ 0 71 l.TJ
sonsof y Sidney JOIH-S.................w % ................................................... M 71 ;i.($0
Tlwy built of the t"'lIJtt.
Ham. The It uu l. "id Mrs. will
"Lily Whiles"pleaded tart r I ; Dupree (xrupy JU-U-ern' lo'lt'I\\ AO of e 20(1 of n H) (t.................. 1 j 2 l.OM
abjectly for recognition and a compromise i ml the 1 li-alhi-r market af!<>r.|oNo I I lair Hi'iiiA cottage for the summer. Jennie Rob.'rtl+..............w 75 of e 12.1 ft......................,,....... 1 7 i 1.28
wa3liually effected by which w l'IW IIlutl"'" ...right : J D l'bnc'k and wife, of llarberilli Andrew' Wllbotl'ill..e 220 ft....................................?..... 1 73 _..Oj :\
the white delegates were permitted! : nliiiing| at hit' lui INo I- + I .-, nv pending a few days with ( W KinK lIton..w 5,
: I Mr.f Mrs I Fid. Lowe. ami n Us ft lot 10, blk 2, Cutoouw... J Ui
retain their i and and
to t-
seats allowed
;i iuJ 1"- Civility T Reilly.s ](,) of n 405& ft. lot 6, e of.HUM. *t
half vote each. But otherwise t thi-t : 1'11; t wear light U-iiku.... nil\. 7 > : | l'. II. Walton editor of the Titus- block 2. CoVman............................. .., 4"
\\unmercifully; snubbed Un the .. s'dkd| | .'01 &.1111'11 hima h. lid III y i : .4 ;ills K.i>t Coast .\,I'CI8t.waif on 0 W Laagston..U tO:* fte of lU-iv-h lit kt 6, Mk 2,

other hand the negroes wee wined : I lit' ilia&.illK.W..hR.t""IUI. c the p mi I s 'la last we t>k. While here ('ultom II .... ..... ... ...... ..... ..... ..... j \:1
kn : 'Sarah Cow art.............Lot 1. halt 1 sub lot IN./' lk| ; :t,
and dined to their hearts'content .\ dub II ii nttv'|>''> in i! .; he v.i* th- \ i.'tim of a juke perpe11. (''olHtian........ ................... ... ...... I JD*
and treated as social equal at the t'I'I.11'. u ni..l M"'i'I I Irathi l t Bliil ii : I .,r ".1 I l.y color irn-verent wretches. I C A ItallouKli...............Ixjts I A ::; ilk :1. ltogrrs... .......... :2.03 ,
various hotel by their Republican a riinjttof M/-< ,i Ltl i-n.ililf IH to lit I'1 1 0 1'h :\ ..1 L I'll Nome lurtlecrawls where

I coadjutors until ('uft). really ima,- G ivry foot Jiuin tlu *iti..llrhtti> I III .. *'"" iu-\| : !r u.'t1 Mr. Walton and a friend H. F. DOUGLASS,

I ined millennium had surely ar.1| lung,.,! 4 ** wi'i'1-' |1'.110" mid secreted themselvei Collector City" of Dayton

F, rived. The negro vote in Indianaand : ('11(111' .11111 I -Ml. \\ hat tar tlil\l t". ne.ir i x knowing Mr Walton's clevi -

New York two close States ian i.. .. HIM ;it > l ".o joo. .' 'io. :{ i"i \- .f : ) inuirt| to the uninitiated

important factor in elections, :mdaccounts .It. tin I :$ i :,u ., iiilnriuation he could of the tur- ORANGE PLANTERS.
fur the solicitude of tli I IV: It* .. ; :li-:'s 1 ,tbiiTlii' turtle's trails errs !

publicans for their negro allies \\ 1"11 : .It. ', .... lie v, ':icr "heel by 11 r. Walton than !
Wr 1.:1\1' IlKHNNI, )
a presidency is at stukeDOMESTIC i fI In- pi-KM-ded to dig vigorously for : Innlilnl tire I u)' w _T \\ illKir
. : W Clothing Shoes and !I III Xtirwrn-H Mix.k and
the d oMted >
I Ix i .1'1".d| l.'p.| i'gg .Aftei \.mciicstnHiitall

TIIOI litL'It > |! : : : GIobe Gents' Furn/I: .; :; .5: ii\ci.'iniu 1 <; much of the territory of I I "oild and Iut'atiolltl1U'rt.* < miners anal l grapefruit

I Aid'i i i luirili iii Iplt'8lf the eggsI'.r.i r an l lit' grown SOl lit. trw, for
i is exceptional to find a famiK |I..: F; ; : ( i : ur (iV. Mt Ihl'Mt'1Ut'f'Jent'f'.1t(' I 1111'"l'! suiniut-r planting.

when there are no domestic It iIIt I hAYTONA) ( FLnlJ. << -i I' ,'t.i'ors:. iad the audacity to arie want to oil your attention to .

ture occasionally, but these rllp-I .. .
\ .1.1+ ; \t- (ln-r: iMMir'-ktiu11arignrous'
, lessened by leaving Dr. King's M. "I \\i\ Wjili'ni suddenly di- Trees For Fall
: PECK Si FOSTER. Pro : : Planting.
Life Pills around. Much I'I': I' ; : ;c-c.A --I I
,III from the sc..*ne and the
they s-ive; by their great work in +MAAAA/AAtt1AARttAAtAtttAttl'Iii1+ 111+ 1'f1 1 IIt11't11+ t'tl I : t-ean-h failed| to reveal hisi These hlinuM f 1)(> engaged 1I11\\'. in order to 1'01'-

Stomach and Liver troubles. Tlie> I __ _ __ !n'-i ace at the hotel where he was Hire yourself against ilisaiUHjintiurnt whennu"
not only I'l'lie'c"uu., but _': : I gut
at the Atwood! lilumn8C'urnl.J cure M II I'I *.****.r.o .o ....wo A -t..j! 1'1"I' to u lute hour on the Tt'aIJ to plant then Our new C'ATALiHil'h will
the incident
i 1 1.1.1: occurred.
June drug store I 0 Mon be iMfue.l.l telling all alxjiit t It't'.>, varieties,
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I OV I stocks, locations
I IIM I I. *m lH'MVIKMUTIOS M>LI) PIETY etc. and! you can

E J Work is progressing with rapid j : Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER : I'.oM nl HAUHMtUlVNM $TOMM,N have it for the asking. We give you the hi-until

I strides on the Wilder coquina house .. .. > I.IVtH TABLKTti.li.iu of year experience, and the bestaliu- for

on 1 leach street. I -, I Micvr( Hold fifty boi.- of to he hail of yourmoney
i 1'I11I1I. "-il: .m'M. Stomarh ark!) liver Tablt any hi>({tH-laH, nurwry in Flor

''I : I >N'on I'll' nviimmt-Ddulion of oiw livlj ida Nothing but the )M-bt in ill. .I xiadc. and that
i BERT FISH, Lyn'.aill'! first bought u box uf them
/ p ai! ., Sir ii not t' jfxid fur .\'in All iiiinii i--s lut-ifulU
III '\t-ar. ain- never tirw of t..II.I i |
; ATTOUSEYATLUVIVLind I : Peck Block 'Phone c : o ing iwr m-iilitior and fri fefJd.. about thepxi It s 1)0 'lid.| d I ,

Flotilla.Spi i, .. :Shunl>ruwii t. Rtx-het, InJ. The
i iFiu4HtU
'\tut' < for Esamtaieg and I'!1 .6 o. pkw taut purgative; fffert, of tbexeTabk-f.1 Ocklawaka Nurseries
...... .... ( a favorite with ladiNt'nrJ' ,
I'erft'tUsgLarsiTltt 1 ....... 111111.11..111/1101111111. '
1111111 n InnFor O.
,, n kbj all dru tuts. W. Conner, Prop. Tangerine Fla

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Special toNEWBUYRN'A Regular H-.er-.I 1.a.w A.$tawMrt? Kxfwnt 'Blj"I I ISTEVAKT J p11iT itt tj e *}u i* of ga, wl&h"iwm tt1 I perieuecirgitidI and : ; Ts. ;
dogs "1\. 1 1'.1!:, I II h.
% .1|.1I -- CtJ c
jlaiwe I --
: & IJLY away. I Bail at n i>ouablp prix-e.i. I --
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SKK: :
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II I orders in this office for Quick work J. D. Carmicfiaelyou ... .-- -
FOLEflONEYA'DTA1.>> I 011". m Dank HoOdiBfr. IlaL.11U. rl. t I Drop

Q.... OlhtsPr "ista PMa..ra Uram otB v over P n t- itfl.... It \ We do the JIHaD you have your plumhlug' do .1' l
YT"J rest live you 15 jt-r cent Ail "
guaranteed. Beach tt. I'LoneOI 111tsuala laaF -


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1 : The Daytona Gazette-News Saturday Julr 2, tOOt

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:SEEN AND RECORDED Wo kned and you need] the lees J. II. Niver has! moved into the-- -
Graining IJrcad."If I
,: Burgoyne hou
t sting Budget About People you wish a fret' !'Itt', order one A reatensation Mrs. F. A. Houghton departed l, l
of UrauiiMg't.ttigelC'-W I Miss Anna Peck and Oren tthufcy Are lp
1': EVfatJ of More or Less Thursday on a visit; with friends i in

W. II. Cameron hay bought the J Ohio. Sated from Watery Graves by 4', j
To Our Readers.
Dr. n I race lot on Second avenue. ] Maj. J.N. Russell returned Thursday Mrs. W. F. Amason t

Wray, the tuner 12I.r Neville II. Clarke visited w'.th: : night from a trip to Nashville, Mrs. F. W Aiuason, of Miami, -

s 1 R. Burns I left Wednesday friends at Mount Dora tins \\ *k. St. Louis and other joints. who h i is visiting: her father and family : l ;

-< III- ou 11 visitHudhoti Mr and iu this city, concluded to take surf ;
Mrs F.
'giro' Si>enctT U, Green returned Monday \ Stillman sailed a p
"" via the Clyde Line from Jacksonville bath Monday, and with her two children
4: Anna arr'.ved: homeevening night from a flying trip to Ohio. I '
Miss Anna Peck
for \'orlla.4t Sun. and
from v'sit' lay.
:_,.t ;r a to George II. I.udwig ext'c -ta to leave: Uren) lliiihky retired to the bead .... -

.hhl. .. today for bin Cleveland home on a '; llfiiry St rot hers is all smiles: now- for iliac purpose. The wind was T

,-; -". 'to.w- IJarron and daughterijarted visit.Ilinghant. a'll.I\'i. 'Tis l Krause of tlieauivnl: blowing a siiiT, I,;.reze, and the tide

Tuesday for Miami to spend of u new girl at his .1i.,Hie Mouthy coming iu quite t.ung;, made rather
A Maley hate Iznrchao'crrltheentire l night turbulent surf that! carried the
sfe gammer undeitaking stork of J. H I bathers :
Xiver t Son. MN.V.I M. Moore started Sunday a'out at its: pleasure. Hiss :
has contract
'J: D. Carmichael I Peck and O'UOre bathing togeth-
for New York
where she! will -
in the purI
_ .g Uctflg the plumbing new Mrs. M. E. Clark, mother of }Ion. daa.-e her full Mock of -)millincrvj er;and the youth haul otarted ashore, ;
;- liar .t )(e1Lourne.ff Frank Clark, died at her home in I j/. \. when he fell into a hole beyond his

Fet Biacey arrived homeevening Lake City last week. depth and began to shout and struggle
"] fat after a month's .1. S. HaiikiiiMon, tbe owner of the Mitt Perk went to his assistance

.r; -'fD ;(inneapoliJlrf. ia. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Prierson have The Grcntcst Sensation in Daytona has been tU c new grocery store i in Ilk! Seminole and the I.ewildered i youth

,.... _.t Ii just returned from a week's5sit to block i is rapidly getting hisxtotk in franiir ::11.: .fnibbtd her about the

i Will Babington and daugh- the Jat 'r'& mother in DeLind, Mrs .GHr/\T( : ;I\l'lj!I IlIJl: SALl4. of tuSf \... shape and on the sthelVMany +. neck and nun, and! she landed in
S. J.
itt of 6L Augustine, are visiting Yearhin.'Flags ( inure had their the wind t'anj rrOil"Ort x ,n.IfaS
r friends in Daytona. I people eyes "d"u ill :: i M nron scions condition.
rich Flags11! size mined hfir t
atJefT by picking out own
Louis Amadou
m-lizirg the critical
Martin Seabreeze Clark'fl. Brokerage Company gliMMos. Ito..l
j. jri.J, F i you no more tc condition of affair, hurried) her children '
for Hendersonville, N. C., have thvtn properly fitlr l. Neville
.,. 1lE" '. and Mrs. J. }'. Graham are askjrc and returned to tie i
;,.'_ 'wlert abe will spend the summer. he happy parents of a llj-pound as S.uth, I i\u-h Ott t't't. II. Clark, Uptician. rescue: of the two nufortus ates. She t i

; Krs. H. V. Bracey left Thursday boy, which arrived at their home The (like fit Our County CommusioueN ure bftnpily iur! sled in her efforts and
lerTampa for a visit with her son, last Sunday morning. ( ) hits nrvrr Inrn known |her hl'forl' the object of flattering no egsys aid was quickly' hunimoneil in the

;; O, who is working in a drug A large jiortion of the warm The vast crowds for the last week tjo to show from the effort county in press constructing for their coergetic 1:1t'! F.iUnOi.Mw.itjmm of. Jlr. 1 Mount and Hev. II

ttlere. weather discomforts will vanish if that the people appreciate a GOOD TI1IXG when IMJtona-UcLan,1 midway.Dr Amason and Miss Peck s ffertnl -

'Bkri( Turner and family are you use (Iramling's bread rakes and to soils extent from their univilliug -

ding a few weeks with his wife's pier They are the bwt. they see it. aiul Mn. E. L. Potter left Saturday watery experience| and were

Weim.Vr.f e'r .on North Kidgewood) G. )1). Flowers, a member of the Our joods are rons'r'ntl)' arriving and you can will return last for in a Chicago.couple of The weeks dot, but tor epul'.ned time, but to nothing t't.-::r nwnw serious for has a interreiMHl start- f

:St. .\ugll tirw undertaking: finn of always find anything, :in the !Dry Goods. Shoe. Gents'Purnishinu. Mrs.( Potter expects to remain the! in the condition of either JatIJo.Otlkera .
and Mra. Jamos Kincaid, of i Sanchez A Co., wa down on the exurnon greater part of the summer.Ouiug .

w.PtJm Beach, nrrin.'C1 WednusSyonavislt Thursday of lat week l, Clothin J and! Notion line and at prices
to the illneM of his likctcd. \
to the former's mother, daughter -
1).11'. Davis. a prominent: insurance you never found hen :Li : o.v. May, S. II. Moxeley low given up '
Iary. The
following weretlcted
of Ocala in the
man was
city his plan to conduct a hotel at Atlantic t-
)tr s. IL Q. Hawley returned to last week looking for a location for WE CAME HERE TO STAY City, X. J., this summer and fr- for the ensuing six months by tieRed .

bE bane at Umatilla Thursday, his family for the summer on UK rived home Wednesday) evening. Men's Tribe at the meeting of
after I ten days sojourn on the jeach. and if Cheap I Vicsam; ( "n ti )el. I icsh Goods will jive uhf the party from Daytona l who Sachem body -last Edw.Friday Mansfield.night: f
She is a sister of It{ F.
1dclL TrowclL pt''tAtleR and Eyeglawe A US your pattoiuiur) wi1 will sun-ly ha\e it. wrote to Jacksonville Ut month f'lr Senior Sagamore-John l' Hitr;. .

argv and up-to-date stock at Clark's a Louitlt'l\.llt'r will cotnmuiiicute Junior Sagamore -Grant Malone

The Florida East Coast Hallway Jewelry Store. Neville II. Clack, with Mrs. 0. Pickett, Windle) Hotel. Prophet and Past Sachem-W. I.Jihb. ;

ii contemplating erecting an auto- OpticianThe Jacksonville, she will be pleased to .

noUle platform to unloallthe largo ticcept the situation Keeper of Wampum. 1,. Smith.Chief .
County School Hoard will OUR SAT"AY! SPECIALS
limber of autos expected here tliiscoming told its regular monthly meeting on O. A. Hitch has purchased the vigar of Ueeords .W. 0. Hobl*.
; season.He factory formerly owned by J. II. --- .
Tuesday! the fitb inlt., on account of
He'! He! the regular meeting day coming on WILL IU: l\ s|11111'| | ." \\1) i/-\/ : r I I'I I |: \MII\s; hindr-iy, but which Mr.I Lindsay Ifajtona Socialists Protest.

tree Fourth of a couple weeks ago sold to W. M.
Done to a turn. July
Pio Furnishings. Shoes--Star BrandIadieV (travel. Mr. Lindsay will cont'iiue The Daytona branch of the Stx-ial-
Rev. C. W. Arnold received a telo- to manage the business 1st party of America hereby registersand
Dig lot of Shirr-. jut I Itn.hr
O. S. Follrc and family, of Phin- grain Tuesday stating that II. V.1'oUough .:ni.\i 49C I. $' 'liiii. Kfotd I S $2.35 Fred r R: Marsh, son of Rev. |B.{ K. reign publishes of terror: ,its violence protest and against the ,
leldN. J., and have rt'ntt'l10ra. until recently a residentof anarchywhich
Marsh rccci\ed the degree of M. A.
ham Thompson's cottage, on Myrtle Daytona, i U seriously ill in St. Gmt Value1 .HM I't wen Li-V '1': i ,. '. I I-I'.u-: $:i.5I Oxfuids 1.851, from Princeton I'niversity at tilt' it.- haslxen innugunrated by the
and have taken their residence [.tike's Hospital at St. ';miK. ciipitaliKtic: mine ownerof Colorado;
iTMoe, up '
Uatbrig "! and ( (lUI:1I: l K .x'piia.i+ rent conunencement. Mr. Mat h ih where iunoivnt
in Daytona: l I.,di."' *:'Ira ()xfords 1 ... 1.48 union citizens ,.
Mrs Hattie Tyler relumed to her summer I'lidernliiilH I and I Dnr.u rs a );radiate of Itowdom College of have IMTII murdered! btLe

June II. Johnson A Sons, who home at (tree Cove Spring lat will be placed on our I I. iiit! >. > l I.7."> Oxford*. ... \ OD the class of "99!t!.," and hold the degree .. dozen! forcibly tl.Jort..1! l by scores( ,
of A. li. from his alma
endue the Grand Atlantic Hotel in Monday, after u visit with; her Saturday table39C ,. mater. nibbed, iiupr+oneti, maltrenlwl and
tila the winter swwm, brother, II. V. Ilrecey. Little Hugh send! articleI I starved by the hr ndreds their
citj during I... !;r" si"nMJxforls; .... JJ9Ad J v Why away for an lsoltxw
hare leased the Neversink Mountain llracy accompanied her for amontiisvisit when you can buy it just as cheapat pillaged! plundered and desecrated,
2-V and I :'J-V t Sns t".1 l f-r; I/C
Hotel in Reading, 1'<\., for the sum- : is ;I << 'hihlrN Shoes and Oxfords at I home ('annd look over o-ir J their wives and children hasten, '

line before kicked and driven to he wood
\lntt. Same I'l'tlpnrtiu| Jewelry bending at
latest hook
New stack of
"rflc Sns1wndeiy will: fur O/C awn"j the point of the
| go George II. ( bayonet; where)
>ecial as well as Clark's Ik ok Store.
1oor II i your 1"gwi at Men'h :,1K1Ilaud- duly elect d officers have
ord\1'S will have the sameproapt |.V and :.>*>i..' Sicks+ : UH l bins: .!'" I I'" 3 48 Miss I MaU l Bingham and Miss ; bttti compelled -
It in lumlly necessary to call attention .1 l '\\id I .(K-i ." to resin or hang and their '
attention the .lunette down
at CramlingWj
List will' Gillespie were
to the large ad. of the they g'' fill'1 '. places unlawfully l filled by this
B k1. M II II'" ::' I .10 Ifund I II Augustine from Thursday of Lilt
0: Louis Brokerage ,\ St'j I a I iiue anarchistic element. t
company 4"r 3.J8
week until '
F. Oille Jr. and wife will appear* in tltis issue. This firm OnrlftV iSiM-ks will IK- \ l.i d 1 at 13. "( \Mil sil| <"" ... Bin llam Sunday and on a"i8it Miss to 1 We therefore earnestly rNlItt90t <
tart; for New York, today for a offering some big bargrins in furnishings .\1. I. > :" '. .".11> illud-J Bin ham her family.third your hearty indorsement ninny' a3> !
mont 1'l'isit with Mm lillo'n Handkerchiefs! : 2.85 : nres tending to check and I
for the whole family \l ." I -I., I" in tht'r.: Augustine Hospital this I uWtroy
brother, G A. Foye. I In the mean- the spreading of IV-alxwlyism in our
tima] James Simmond( the well Harry C. Colcmnii, who turn l>cc.n -11-, (t.'I', Iu' and I I-V ..1 li, !, \i-n. NI, I1.t t 'in Leather Minuner. anti expects to graduate-#I fair country. By order ofKXECITIU

known and popular druggist and visiting his uncle, II. Williamson, worth at least double the prim\ :; el e--n[ !) ''- .2.35 soon : ('tI nflnIE
ola dispenser, will hate dlargl' ofOint' for H>me time past, has left for Cali- lit)n't forget the new novels at I Of latollaoeiaJit:: Party.
enthusiastic w'hereUemeinlier. ';. I u, *>;. :." piteut leather
fornia. Mr. CoJetnan Clark'sI .
drug store was an j .
I' ." 2.85 --- -

f '&op and look over the new editianeo and will member l of the missed Halifax 1 from Rifles the, ..-..-............................1..._......... I".line.! I The Hon-jeu club was entertained) I Wo\Dr.niL NERVE
Sheet Music 10 l.r and 2j >e i : Men's Canvas shWs.tI.i I .1 by Mrs Heath, in Holly Hill, last
ranks. all our Shoes are the ; I 1 J.29 Is
: : st-ll.-rs Wednesday afternoon. After playing displayed by many a man enduring -
cents it Clark's.Agent "'
I : rKLEIIRATED : i the usual 1 number of delicious plans of accidental Cuts, ,
Frederick -
Dr. and Mm I Meagleyand games
I Cain sh .> $1. >"
Jibb, of the East Coast Mark, arrived home Thursday STAIi IIRAXD iI1Itll'" as (: f' 109 refreshments were served, Wound Burn, Bruises, Iistrts. .

Railway, his received 1 the first initallment ,son.after a two months'sojourn : None wear: better or r.. \ ni< n1 :. seer .. I consisting of salads sandwiches, tea St-olds, Sore ( 't't or stiff joint jtotthere's j

of two carloads of Miami North. They spent thrc'wwksat i comfort the feel, Men: > I I., at her Work hot Y < and cake. While waiting for the no newel for it. Bucklen's

W'f rock,s'ork,IU'd will in repairing soon i)egin and jkrelimi-filling i. :St.visiting Louis at and their since former then home have ,been Toledo :....-.......to...._.. .. ................ .......:: 1..1 sellers ... > > Q/ singing hack they several hall songs music in, Mrs.her Heath usual I cure nica the Salve trouble will! kill It's the the beet puin Salvo and .. 1

in the passenger and freight yards. 4 i'Through I pleasant way (iu earth for Tiled, too. :'5c at the I+ j
IthUhe Atwood Pharmacy and) J. M. Jones'
railroad intention j
company'H I '
TWO !lots .V x.V)o, in Kingston,
to make a model yard at this Jibb the the Florida efforts of East Station Const To be convinced tat what we say is true i! next to M. E. Church, South, for drug "tore."i 1
place. Agent ---
sale cheap. Enquire of R. L. Smith.I '
Railway will make a rate of$ l.HU! t
In Wedded Bliss.
V tStationery of all kinds at Clark's. for the round trip from Daytona to and no IDLE advertising come and .see for We desire to call the attention of .

Jacksonville every Sunday until our readers to the newanlware ad. of the J.-H.V C. Green, of Del ray, ail 1

peoBibk H. T. Howard, one of the he indi- September 2;. This goes int> effort i yourself. Every tiling iz marked in plain fig- iniber-Morris company, I Min Minnie .Ionian, of this city, 1(
adjuncts during busy
tomorrow. which appears in tills| issue. 'fhect'ntlsitnv were marriid l at the home jof the ,.|
MMOB to the IIOUM of S. 11.
grocery I now havethcir stock I liride'jKirentn in Daytona lot Saturday H
Wednesday for in silver at Claik'1 ures one price to a1J.! We want your pat- | prettywell
Kcw Yorkfhiladel "llaltijnore. Tie Clasps arranged, and as the ad. Shh'K'1 Ui: >\'. W. A. Myrw othIciatinb.1'he ti
ehia and I *
they are ready for hu .J. grtNMii IH a progrowive:: youngplanter
\ of
Uove's rari -
After tiring himself out looking Contractor corps the exterior ,, ronage and intend to have it. I Boil C. Morris, the manager, Into of Delrav.>> The bride k f ,
have completed ,
at the skyscrapers in Gotliam, >entera :, welt and f noraby! known in '
hostsof friends in Daytona, nU'l I it I Uwy-
the work L I). Pitcher's residence. i, j
City of Brotherly Love and the on '
goes without tying that he will; baa !Ij.n ::ug resided here for several ':
and have liegun ,1.
Moonmental City" ho will proceed to on Orange \ .t. .\ host of friend 6 '
'hittenden'sfuturc make many new ones in the years pa extend i1
the eastern shore of Mv I Maryland, their labors on W.abode II ( North of his htsinessdealings. Mr. (t'OUI'14.// to the h ippy ''''IIIIle hearty.wi- 1
and remain there until his return toDa11Ona place expects to leave today for gratiilati i"II" .4

a period of about three Ridgewood'Hoarder. Heach to look after his business at ._ H _
wanted by union iMwrd- that place.CMIMHKKI.AIX'. Tin-.1', I nil' hall has been con- '

Book The very latent ing house. E. A. Lindberg, corner h.dcni''y; : improved l and adnm* ,.-<
navels br the moot popular authors Palmetto and Outage avenues 'lI couc, CMILKKA t\i IHAKKHOKA tags usly altered by the Willful '

u Clark t. the meeting of the Florida *eMKI l. bawds of artisans, and the Qakk- :JI 1,
At This crewed, w certain to be needed in
Associationnext Print outfits\ now lorited in Utftt t !
W. W. Austin does not say much, Iatt! Coast Automobile almost every house tlt'lntJM wjmmer it
amentlmeiu THE 14t nit'I II i'F' I
but u a sager of wood he i is right Thursday a proposed over. It cfta always be depended oponCTPD
there from till to the: constitution will U in tb mot revere and dangerous Ii IiW'1'iw
early mnrn dewy e\e.
It i valuable
caww. MIHJ-
*4 voted The purr** of the n<>\\ D.ii.uiiul HJLIT-- 1
conversation with him Monday ujHn.) mar dwordeni in chiUlivn It i in pleasant gunw
informed this scribe tlwt the im- amendment i is to raise the initiation ST. LOUIS to take and iMvt>r fails to gin- promptrelief. IQI K.: fur Ntl' !h- f C Barm totpIO I

posing: atructure he is now engaged fee to $2 I, and to make the annual Wbjr not buy u non' It maysure .
life. For sale all .
by druggists
Jtt erecting will lie a coininodious dues a like sum II
I H. H. mm A. M. M. D.
betel -- -- ,
of thirty-five rooms rapacity.Itesrnheated i school will ..
Sunday I
The Kpiftcowl; |
electru-ligbtod and allokbermo1ern hold a heel! White and Blue wile inSt. BROKERAGECOMPANY ,I I )hysidiH1 dud Surgeon. : 1

convenience and appliance. Mary's hall Friday. July $. from lit:'TI+T, .
connected with a lir t-('lass Hot 1 n p'm. He sure to come' I Hm,.. and n-I'lfiiti, U: ? N>. ...UKmvw.. t tholy. ,
lir.Auslin will be "mine hobt' .- 11..111- toy*. tOIIUo8p.m. \ I'| ., '

tA JiUon to his bicycle businesHDjti Alll.mmUlI nrr Schmidt and wife i Peek Block, opposite South Bridge, .. ." .' ,
1'.l.| -jetlnn[ S. F.
way, this is the only building returned home Tuesday evening ;i 1 Daytona I'1a. 'Phone 1U$. I.
: the river front that attains to tie : from .1 two weeks' trip to various! ,ip.Lthi -- 1"

-p4'1 of being three stories high.a of the t'nited States.. They ] iAWTUTMT
united the exposition at MIx.uis. THE: IIAYTONA HOSPITAL S. H. Gove .
: first :
- Blue
to Niagara LookOpera for the Dig Sign. F -
there went
.N and from the last month I. New Equipment. Trained Nurses tit II.I'R AM CoJTI4C'I'OIf.J

At, pound paid for clean : I. Fall- For friends I Comfort, quiet and privacy. ""AM' anti utfii-p, iHirthciMtcani> of .. ,
cotton rap at the J they have been viritingmlh ,' Ambulance carriage sen"ice.No Itkdgewts N| and VoloM ftv MMii. ,

DAYTONA QAZLTTU-MiWS in New York. The couple wpnl a House Block, t* South Beach Street. W Hay strwt. Telephone :Wn : I I'boae HII. DnvtoM, Dniila. "

> .......................... I \derv enjoyable trip .

.t I' t"1: i ifl"


l'UntHJ *>tu 443 ,dnt tJ.t4 till tUO ..unfrom -- -- -,- t JIllaii
exrbang II possible that married one or two Florida girls \
stiirinaling i lee ctfn1111 rtin s Iwmdi ,.
that to Ormond. .r
sty, arc lint
He i. tack to Dayt
expected -I I of the moist the wires may I I.* run to Daytona white harieg a I'mug wife in
., loan but tickle the palate The Treasurer pretntd
today not County
.j ,.- ----- ,' fastidious. t;, .J. )11 LL'4. which will then put New Smyrna in Georgia. Patterson i w now servinga his books and account together with ......-.... urning, Inside

.. connection with I DeUnd over the fire term in the phosphate ron.h'oluinnsand
year hi1 for the month of June, f \\.lal""IIIIIIOI4. I
4 a When the proposed line report JIt'\'II alu'1.- to trd-r. 'l'holJt' 70.
; toll line mint i\1.'md Supplement
entertained '
% RflMd irtpTld.ct from JttksonV .T. W.ViIkin*->n a which \examined and approved,
> I **ta to New York vUMaltoryUn* : of friends at the automobile i is built to ilenw.iod. IV I.and will i, 7.ORIiA.
ordeiel I de-
t' laqulte at' : : party .the beach Monday he in touch with a large rx-rtion of I I I arTIIt'' new national game 1'uUT- and paid warrants I
dab house on
f : 'r" OAICTTE-NEWS office_ : : the county -- Del
..... evening. .. -- ,

a ..._ -' ',,. .:!if > ..... ." 1I/f)(fL/eJ"-.. ......... .. 1r .. .. """'" _'" ....... >--. L .-\\1\\ ,- _..- -,_,.._ ...... u..____.____..:._ -- .' -- .,"- < ...:.- .. ;' .::- ::-:--. & Jr .. .' _

Daytona GaeH&'Newi; Saturday: My'tfiKf 3DO 0y

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YOU GET UP The Border War Sign the Coupon !


[ldney Trouble Mikes You Miserable. For Freedom "MADAME'? "

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newspars ,'Wyomintt Valley. Mlnlslnk. Cherry Valley and Oriskany r# --

:; j U} cure rose's made SwampRoot.by Dr.. Will be mailed you each month for

t I great kidney"t' By SEATON LORD
; .. bladder ;
f t( ;. It Is the great medical I, One Year Free of' Charge."Madainc"

t I'! tnumph century cf the; nineteenth discovered -- i (Copyright IM.; by American Press Ai-sodatk-n.) .

: 4 after yeari cf 3d and 4tb of Joll.I tbe valley's devoted little band of defenders
!! t t scientific research by occurred the Wyoming and d'tt'ah'th4' 1. There
0tbe: : ---- ----- -- --
; t Dr. Kilmer the eminent but all
i kidney and bladder ,I lu'o". one of the moat were six Wyoming companies ,
i specUHtt. and Is sanguinary conflicts of the the captains and lieutenants were" m

r wonderfully successful In promptly curing war of the Revolution, and one which killed, and some were tortured before

lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles baa been Joined In Utory with thutn"IUII"rt' death ended their sufferings. Colonels

and Brunt's Disease, which Is the want of Cherry Valley and MlnUlrik Zetalon Hutltif and Nathan enlson t
form cl kidney Ir':>utl because of the dreadful |.art were the only American ofllcers who I -

Dr. Kilmer Swamp-Root Is net recommended lyd therein by the ml shinned allic survived the bloody field. A magazine for 'Yumcntho Think. Endorsed by over throe million woman .

I liver or for bladder everything trouble.ullf it will you have be found kidney .. of the Invader. The Wyoming alley After the battle ensued the massacre, Its pages are filled with interesting articles, covering all branches of Fiction Arts '

1 I lying along the north branch of one of the inoHt thrilling and ferocious y
: Just the remedy you need It has been testedIn Lnu-rne record. few Music and Literature from the of worldrenownedvrlters.. Fully illustrated :.
so many ways. In hospital work, in private tho Suwjuebanna Aver In Indian orgies on Only a pens ,
practice among thehelpksstoopoor to purchase I county, the garden allot of lVnn jlvanla. I et1t1..1. Some of the fugitives fled to etionle : '-

relief and has proved so successful in wan fil"ht oiten...l by pioneers from tbe riser and were toinabauketl tbe of the Contributors:

1 j every case that a special arrang-r er.t Liss Connecticut, who N.u :Lt tbe laud from floml Others encjux-d to MouockftgyIslainl.

,! been made by which all readers of this paper I the Indians Tbee wen were either In uiliUtreaai. and were overtaken -. Lidy Henry &>mei8t. Elh Whetfcr Wil(' *. Uishop PoU r.

! who have rot already tried it. may have a ,T, l or driven away t>y the red and brought back for torture. .
iuaMKH The de Castellane.Mm. 11. Joliii C. Blad Mrs. iUmto Miller
, sample bottle sctit free by mall, aso: a back Marqniii Murray
afterward the same thou lI..l homes
men, ami shortly That night a were put
ot and how to
,: telling I.ndout more if you about have kidney Swamp-R or bad i trouble. 1 laud were 1-oueht from the Indiana 'to tic lord, and tbe conflagration Burton I Harrison. CapL Hit.hmOft PMJ'IICHt liobson. Ouiik.Jevie.

' reading thi- by 1'l'nn"1Intnlanll.I t BlmulUaS llgbted the valley for twenty miles.
When rit.ntf mention generous Mrs. Mary Wriglt Jewall. Camille Maneluw. Ad.tUn.This .
otter In this paper and The settlers were subjectwl to the

I send address t :: }_II(4,. wont tortures that the fiendish Indian
your \
\\ Dr.KUm riCo..Bine- [ MIHhamt :: :.., Fo'I' I ,Jr., 4Wit' ... I mind could tJ.bw.round a rock tbe very liberal offer is made to increase the subscription list of the

n. N. Y. Theregular ., I"j ,,- ".....t" I prliMtuers were placed, troth held bytwo
ftfty cent aid Hum*if twwnp- < -1Tit -
1tA' ( ludlaim. Either entered
1 Oaten Gazette News.There
sold all good druggists. .. ( : Daytona = -
del ales are by r __ J... .1.- i thin circle DIM! with n tomahawk killed .
:"; I o1 -
Don t m',I" i' jin -t ,.., ,'rl : -'r' .. thirty victim The scene of thU ntroc1 -

her the JU\ U'I:, !i.' > j. I. .... .. .tfJ'i. "..\ I ity is Htill known ns Queen lather's are no strings tied to it whatever.: If you are already a paid-in-advance

t i! SvuiftH'M.t an l: ti .. Ipuiri .:(-:1/--" rock. HundnnU of women perhbed subscriber} tt the of the fact and Madame will he "
: GazctteXt.apprai mailed
: la tbe wildernoiM now known an! the >e us
bAUipWII, V.1 .i I t n !rt .
i -- --- 1'ocoiio mouittalns and one of tbe moatlapular you one year free of charge.: I If you are a subscriber in arrears, l pay up and Madamei

,... .. 1 mountain resorts of the sum
t 'she \IUI Element In Art. "' 1 .J I wer wsitou NtIWl'\\ Lt're In tbnt region will be) sent you for one year free of charge. Or, if you are not already a subscriberto
Sorel the vital guestlon t. to any ? i.
) t' ..: Hboukl arise monument to commemorate the (ia/.ette-News fill the blank )bl'OmHI] mail it with $1.50 for
cnwtlvrt work must be. What hj*>tlnvtftt g \ out to us a year's
he MU&Vringft auto Kacrlflce of

I once: wine dw. under it hate its on spell lilm who That bas<'f- -- X./.* VwX -." -'"'riIf : tboM* f "I1W't'ut'otl n who died for subscription( Madame) will !hI' mailed to your address for one year free of charge.

o feet must always take the form of a .>....* xvt:l countrj.When the Indian cnrnagv was at It* Sample) ] copies of either] the ( iaclteevs or Madame nUlbe had at this office

t mute or I le*< vivid anti enduring lie .. \
, Aright Major John Hutlvr wait npIioalei nUoutthecouponI'LAt'LYcutoftanJs.uJltdlrect 11 the Daytona th.IJlH'tnr. by
.. preplan fotllILrod( upon i ] tt' to ireAeiit It, but be wild be
the \. the InuiKination.Few .
was pouerl'-H, And there can be no

fORT liable win ti> rc(':.l tmt I doubt of It Th. savage borde bad got 1'. .. .. ,......... .............................. Mali'........... ...................................., Street addrv.......-................... ..
, Lour of delicious terror. doubt and
beyond hiM control He was ia) terrified
1 Loi whether In the nrtunl theater or \ j by the exces.4ea of his allies that, on To The Daytona (l zette-News:
. curl-d up with tho folio 'In the conycornar
\ the hecond day under pn-teuse of re- 1

. while we rvnHj wutderndbreuthicxtly i i-lving orders to return to Niagara, be I ngn to tnl. the ItajtotM Gatrttf-Xwwii for tin-) text year read enektw Iwrvwitli fl I "," i, 'r il>.. '1111I",
I WhcthttJultet nisi lloiueo
'11.'Ct the valley ills Indian contingent
r would at last tows l''' 10(:,,>(1.< r through /! 1 i occotiiimnltil htm. but the work of desolation wait nn-kri'trtwJiutf that I aw to rw.h.i .Uuduimfrw of rharwi' wH-k moatii fu r UM twit ,> ..trllNtt

the tomb of the Oapulet to norm far I I //2c14 1 was ro alwte. A monument .

r. land that doe nut *ln npjlukt the I);,t.............. ................................. $igued...,..........................................'. ..." ...
containing the names of those who fell
of Hut now what la It
right jrouth.

all to us H.\ e a single lutlbetlc (
turo of love, despair and death? TIle !1 THATEKnAHBfltA.; OTIIHiWIftE: KXOWX AS opposite Wllk T>lnure.Tor I ;i. :::: ::
time in Holland the of
a story
I end is, 111< ,... sours wblte we watch tbe I IOBarn t.xaar.ncouMly If nlrv.'Mi.v it "1J..ril.-: the ulcer Idiink lill "u
i Wyoming had u grtthjClU'. mainly
pastftag scene, always much nearer to I with tlw rfrrlxnl of the I'enn tbrou;;li the liirlueuiv of Cumpbell's I

, us than the be,inuiut;. 1 i'eatlo, I'ar- I'"hlllllanil tame an*>tlnr bund of men I .
I noble i ofm. "Uertru-le of Wyoming, Tliw o : iiui\ l I" \ iliilrnwn.ly .
1s Ilomeo. are dying already, when !
(ruin Connecticut and tbe 'ad of tbe plain stands an
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nth'r1lt'lr tlmt defiant Jet or --- -- -- -
they I the poKHewilon of this tM'ftutitul'l1l1c lneri buble lutural monument to tbe -

tender pLntncScrlbcMT's._ : \ ) raged for many years. poet In the chape of a great dltT, which torture Near) all tbe buildings of H V BRACEY II'MOI-STKUKU: and
When the war for Indet-eiHleiK M.\NrFA( n KKUufUir.iKJKinK: :
Hit klil \lell THk. t'atbnllFlotWthstandiug :,. I lifts its held front alMive the i SuMpiebaiina the vlllrtpe mere burned. This matwaere -
i broke nut tho Connecticut chtliuantn to and Is known few ( 'aupbell'sethic. nn |M>rliHiM more awful than that
Moss and Fiber Mattresses.
all that M dill'| b of the In waemiion. -
> ownership valley were i w .
Tblh formation
I ruL.,1 was I cf WyonilnR,: In that at Wyoming the

I"tnptls of b allli and rhnntitMv irlf'lifltd lire times bad they been known to the pioneers at I>lal rock, i Ylctluifl were mainly Koldiera. while nt U.t4 i in >-. ,red| II.nnl l r'urmtiiiv ,,",1 Stow.

l"'fI4OIIII. the death rut" liuioinc Miunllis driven out by the Pennsylvania claim U"ituoe during certain sumiuer months Cherry valley noneonibatnnt women \nurOld f'urnit i. \lin'!"- its .,(Iud a.N.

Q,4klesa very high iLinim thr hot : ants and each time they returned. TLc the null's shadow on the face of the and children were IndiscriminatelyBlnuffbtcnnl. II ,. t 't .11,1, 1:..'i.' t '. .It. l uytoaaFl

dUi ite over tbe hind tetthnnent 'awaltlo cliil l dlcnti>d idol then the farmer .
Alkeruf tin "'IIIHII-I nxmtlis III tow town It voiild bate lwn bitter -
..' nt the hni.ds of (horgo rentwd for tln-lr midday meal.'spite for Ilrant'H ututlon bud be tx> -
latgwettI./ Tln>iN u |I" "I.ulUPI'!. r en .
III. and his council. but In the meaty ... __'.r% ..
etVOof bowri "inplaint ill n liuiiilnil, the beauty of ( auiiritd1ssplenttid \Vyomtnx ratter than at <'berry :'
thaw, iH'llevlug In the maxim: tbat it hi full of hoUvlnuiH :
however tbI ..iii.l( not l I"< un"II.till'l pa ul valley.
"poneulon !. nine |x>lut of tbe law. and anachronisms He knew no more t "KMISTClASSrOPKGOTO I I
On the 19th of July. 177't Hriint
Ike ttlll1l1t'uf ( l.I u nU'rhcii ruli.-.t'lioU-m the claimants fought tterrf-ly for the
about this remote region than did
made descent with force of
J mnrrlheu lt, For stair nil a a onethind
ftf nerQy by soil.
Moore about the valley of Kashmir
whiten and two-third* Indlnni,
J drsKgl.tsf The scene cban:,il when Ho ton be-
when be |>vn>etrated hit famous on'ntal variously estloiated nt from 'MI to 10.!
Caine the renter of the struggle for In.di'llt'nit'n -
dream but be bad heard tbe
+ the of Mlnlnlnk, In
I on intake orange
: Coatr4erate Coinage. ('('. The Connetllcut Yankees
: dreadful Mlt.ry of the niawflrre. of the X Y.. the Walkll) rln'r.nnd .
count .
It la of )
& matter that the
bbtory hall mused two indendent militaryttMiifuiiilett i
| wiM,:plight of the KtricLen wttU-rM. of
i utterly dentrojed It, mniMiacrloic BEtDER'S\
en tiro coinage of the Confederate for tbuUt'Y'JI defense, i
the ruthlfi. conduit of the merdleoiiMii'fs.
fctates consisted of four half dollar at least thirty person of both exea
owing to the niennelnu attitude of tLc
mill bin tine appeal to the
pl<'cw. The obverse lde had Brant was tbe leader In ninny oilier
a goddess : Indian* and Tories, who were plotting en,.ti..nn helpoil to give worldwide
bloody raid, but It was at the battle
of liberty (name 04 United Stateacoins ; tl'l'I&sOI1 at Niagara but when congress f.me to ti's., 1111 .
) In an arc of thirteen stars, InLet ndjoiirwd ItaMllj from rbllndelpbla t"llaliimore uuipbell erred In making JoxephHrant. of OrUknny Herkimer county X rot 1 TONSORIAL PARLOR E
Aug. 6, 1777. that hiM tomahawk claimed
right band fchleU of conventional
Its Ut a(1'as to order the
th- great Moltnwk; Chief This
l'tl1gn with "Liberty" thereon and N'- Wyoming valley wldli to the a;1stentt I Its ffrente number vlctlmr I
I .'IIIJulIl'1 i the trader of the
low the date 1NJ1. On the ) ; savages Colonel Peter (la eroort of the patriot I
t kidt was American t-bleld Uneatba reverse >of 1VaiLinztunh.i wait tlH-n indexM wl.o i M I flu. V\-.\ 11111111;; volley for army was beleKed In Port Bchuyler. 'ct i 243 North Beach Street.
rate KtniltH. The patriotic Ynnlov
| l hit ooulless bart
whili ;
& ill -iicnili'l; !
Liberty cap, the unlun containing of Wyoming r(*!>otidetl. m-nt for I t, rl.ui wj ...i i -iiiptM'll pU'tureH thus I i iI previously and afterward known as ,
: Fort tbe site of Home. N
Stanwlx on
seven stars-representing the
be\en ee- nnrd their stalwart defenders to fur I
I ceding gtatitt-thewbule surrounded byA i I assistance of Washington left Ii I.< Ir Y.. by a large force of Hrttlsh. Tories

wreath; at the left cotton In bloom, own homes unprotectitlAt and Indiana under Colonel St Lefcer. _.. --

, at the right sugar cane. The u-gend that very time another IViu-ylvonin I II who" wan on his way from Canada to I ---

t' was "Confederate States of America." under eCTtvt a Junction with tbe array of Bur
expedition Into U.e vallcr
i In the KI ftoyue, Klubt hundred American ml- The climate of ho East Oca4 cl t lorf

I were milled and the edge was s rrated. !. In nation with tbe eoiuilvano- 'ii>\ Iltlauieu under tbe old Dutch general, Is nearer perfection than that of nitsother ,

New turk Tribune I i criior John Penn and 111\ ud.d l tlc \.il Nicholas Ilerklmer were marching to I

j - II I I Icy wltb. tlotllla and army of jf. I :..ft> the relief of the fort when bin force place on earth. t # tI .

They wero met and defeated at tl.fn w; : ki wan BtubUHCiided at OrUkany by Urant
f4 and Sir John Jotinnoa The battle
trance to the \alloy by Captainr>u
I a which follo f.l wn one of tbe iiiowtde
Ion Holler IIIK! a rnlmvlluneous '"r"I ,,
Breath. I. 4.
My I: i men nod boys tinned with mitt iirate o\er fought The loss on

and funnlnt, ImA i I both nldes was more than one-third of
quattrt pins iwytlies
\ u Y4C tbe total force, and though tbe Amer,
Shortness of Breath pl.' 'n'''its.
desperate Hrttlsh soldier named ; lean finally reimKtl the enemy Gen

4t I Is One of, the Commonest Major John Dtttkr with Ids "rangers" I oral Herkimer niftunl a wound from

Signs ofHeartDIscase lIa.II'rultrom Canada to I'W"ort.. I which be died u few days later The rE'c. t,
I' credit of this aalbu b bay /ly .lt P
iiiul then fraternized with tin leudcrtof I urnuiKlnt 1 tli
I r ttlnnys Urn ghee to Hrant
ti the Six Nation, who bud poiiHol ,
I Notwithstanding whit nuny l'l.rslc- the enu>M> of UnrlCOnt'fh'r Bur I I The luittle of Orlxkany. however *
I tau say heart disease can be curtvi
go lie'* defeat those Iwlluim were rippled St Inter's font" that the ap'
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure has permanently rrt't'l
restored to health many for other service, and John Duller pruii-h of Henrdlct Arnold with another

I tlu'in for dent Wyomine i army forced him to raise tbe *
thousands who had found no relief In ftnnlziHl a UIHUI %
the medicines (allopathic or homoeopathic The terrttted settlers npp iile l siege nf fort Schuyler and return tot OrnoniI

I ) of rtxular practicing physicians. to conjrrens to wml back tbe tw In unail.i, lea I Hilt Hurttoyne to hIs fate

I It Las pro\. 1 KMunliiuo In the history deptnident coinjiiinles organl/cd far j After the war was over llrunt who" 1 ) .

I t of medicine, by being so uniformly their defense, but no heed wu paid to I bad revolted a fair education at l>r Im ash i

I successful curing those diseases. their cr> for belp Several officer* and I ElfuwrVheelt*'k's iKbuo at burvii.. e
I Nearly Always, one of tho a.ttcu 1
I men. in r, *pons<' to the entreaties of Conn. tMYtime an Kpltcopalian uilMion- f
cf trouUe U shortness cf breath. Whether Y'Ia
It comes U a result of walkingor their knit ones, did nish I.a'k to the' i iI any to the Mohawks and tmiwlntM the

running up .taIMl. or cf other .<.rclsea. Talley, ('U.tlltu Zebul BHI!,T, thru u ,,I I'rnver Bunk and parts of the New Tea IIIf[

if the heart is unable to taut U>is extra colonel of tin- ('urult'tkut line, among j tument Into their language Suhso !'
I d.mantS100n Its pumping powers-there the numlH-r_ Hut the force was tlll I quently be vUltetl Kn land, where bt .tea

I i I. something wrong with It Inadequate to w\'"> with the menace I made Influential frU-ixU. and with utci

j, I The very best thing you can do. .. to The DrltUh k>,u'r. Major John Hut c-f: ey raised during that slut be built the t -

I! take Dr. Miles' New Heart Cur. It her had :,((\) flfbtlug men in bin army flrvt episcopal church erected In upper
will to the foundation of
jo the trou-
of invasion. Two-thirds of thesetere Canada lie died In ISO on bIll estateat
tle. and make
a rmanent cure by j
strengthening and renewing the nerves. I Indians led by Queen Esther, an ROM 4FTI H TUB 11ATTI.E r.NHfF!' THE MASHACEE'Hi the head of Like Ontario where en ad U. bon Oru,. Gmrt, l'1.tll'pl P1uutlo.

"1 know that Dr. Miles' NVw Heart I son of tbe Senecas. who ruled to barbaric i.:..:umiotb conu'H. the foe, the hindi given to him by tie king, be had Coroesst Crew si< TefeUMs F rsn of the roistry trlhtJt1"UDU
Cure is a ft'at .remedy. K..r a numUrtil I state on her plantation near Tloga moiiMiT Hrant. wltb all his bowling. built a bamlsome residence HUtorl.ir
yard fmm Khortnt'+s of .f RIVER
breath smothering srwll. and j>.ilns In Point. deM.l.tinif band," itlninvl in the borre friendly to Hrant have united In derlannK LAKE nOUTU and BLSCinK Bit

my would left be side unable For to months lie on my nt a I..ft time mlo I. On the morning of tbe 3d of July ---, of t li.-rry valley and MlnHInk that be was the greatest In .re rtrk(4 fro* J/k' STllU 'U u.

and If I Uy rut on my Uuk would nearly 177,. airs jnr John Butler of the British -I nil l fou_lt: against: the gallant Hcrki"n dlan of whom we hate any knowledgeand FLORIDA EAST
IIII\Q!htr. A friend adxlstnl f COAST RAILWAY.ep .
Mn '.' New Heart Cure. which"I did r furor H-nt a lueiwenirer to Colonel I 2bulon r 't orUkany. be WJIH not with John aHMert that despite his dreadful

with rood results. I tot Coln to Improve huller demnmlliii tbe surrender HutU ; ? t W>oming.IT work In the war for Independenc-e be
at once and after taking
cf the j I..rtlr.. the pains In my side I I of tbe valley. Colonel Zebulon Butler" nt .Hid Walter Duller led (110 In was generally kind to captive andnppoM4

and BOW other entirely symptoms,fL AU\ani thus-h..d.radfd I um fused and on the ufteruoun of the d I;,,im
smothering spell are a thinK l.f the nine day. about 3 o'clock omn-beil lit .U oi CbtTi ) valley, In Ot.Hgouut.1. that he fre<|UHttly Haiutloned putting,

i Pst"-F. I\ DIUlvE. 111Jdld wn. O. out of rot, I'ort at the bead of 400 N \ on the kith of Nou>m- prl*>n.Tn to d.'nth on the ground of

the U drutrtrlt11 the tint bottle refund d.w your not mOllo'\help you patriots motttly old men and boys, to VT'*. TbK jM-tnefiil settlement of policy

FREE X'-'i-0.1--rtt.e Trtel drive task the luud,.,. The devoted ) M. !"wk valley was mercilessly ...N.
, Parka Cr.iIK' Aftll- little Yankee band attacked ., ited. Sixtt N11NN11N1NN/N
New bravely \.u. if ,
Pills the '
for Pain. Also Symptom> 'nt'ink!: Hoim-dy Our Major John Huller'n white etmtlngeat and thirty of the Inhabitants : 4c a pound paid for clean *ep j .f Iea.Ufa) fcoek, "li ('..d of FkrWs", sert sof -

epectallt will; dUgm! *** )mir "'INtI. lip and was driving It back, Rhea std. :'i-1: n-: women and children were : cotton rags at the Pesls.sl fends. ss4 eUfr Isfor.itlcs, 41irM
what Is
t }uu wrong and h w to rtarD1 It. I
t J"ree. Inn MILB8 MBIHCAL. COL doly the painted aarngoa; with .pear t '!.< tn the attck. while Reventyooeu : DAMONA( ( .\/ : E-\EWS: LL r A lion, LP, BLi111r8, J.D.RIHJII,

1+t Ik irtV nmu, KUUUHT, ISAa. j I toautfeatrk atl death maul, .url'UUDtl.J r.- eMirted $ff most of them to dlj .111111111N111:11111N11. tl.rn'1 a '- '.... a...ew. A., a",r.A.

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apelal Ito 1t.-IUI"r H".t..N, 1--- ctunI II, j I't"'oi gjw, anon 1 j 'rit'nI.ui.lt'4 nu.1 l :
1 II.g s may JIt" 5hi th-
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NEK SMYRNA FLORIDAFOffONYTA1 \\" & IJLY liasMia aMray.. had at ",;onahlo pri(T8. -- uJta+- C -

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LAWYKKiS; t !kr ruggd'V .>

four: orders in this tie! for Quick i work J* D. Carmicliael ..r .....- -
: Ollivr iu (Il.anllkaiJdiDIf'. DeLAM. n. l i Drop

.waa Cilaat PrnMta faltdaotata Uraocb offi v over i'ostnlMw.1).1 Y'P i\.t We do the He Before you Late your plum tluK JOL l JfAI'
I t rest. can save you 15r cent All ,

guarantml, Behest. Phone al ;.Jb.wl.T8 .-

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r The Daytona t zetie-Newt Saturday 'July 2, 1904 7m

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L OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO The Passing of"Torpedo ryrisd.F w + ti7



sf 3.n BI'mr[ .USD LUXUUIUCd 1'ASSKSUEtl RftUTK-Tu Jim'K

.' YORK 'BOSTON and the EASE'si *. '1S_ ,-
Of'A (' .If.. r.Cr.
of July Sketch

I .
tCepT11&ht 1304. br J HowardIT 8ml"" .)

c 4t&X ".. itf',

WM a clear crlup morning when couldoou
: settle down but Jim did

Torpedo Jim" drove up to tl.t not app.+.r. __ ,..-

house and waited for Annie to I Away down the road Jim was driving SUNRISE. OR SUNSET

come out The buggy win of a slowly along In deep study He -

.. 51 peculiar build and a utranser would stopped at a tend In the gild. nnfrequentwl '0

rr have wondered at the hlgu .sprint and highway and took a long survey OXIDINE :

elevated box. On one aide there
were of the surroundings., It was a supreme
forked tron'Iloldt..", at the front and moment j

rear which nerved to curry long tinshells > "The Fourth's a gad day to do It !' IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR

much reneinbllng petrel| of unpainted too" Jim muttered. !

: .. water spouting, only that they He pot down from his seat and went FEVERS -

> were larger In diameter and tapeml to up to the borM. patting them lovlcgly. i CHILLS ,

a sealed point at one end. for he was attached to of
the pair
E SEA. The seat rested Hjon the top of faithful ;' .
Asquare grays, and with tears In his AND MAlARjA
Short Rail Ride to SavannnahTHENCE lax and a blnwd lid was |Jnt.ktod eye'he wild speaking to them as

via Palatial Express Steamships. down over the tax U-hlmi.< Even to though thei were human

Sailings from Savannah oil one regloua unfamiliar there with would the bate ftfcht(t-wn'tlt car tW flesh"(kii, |faithful>.y. Prince always, okl In fellowand the past IT WORKS WHILE YOU. WORK.All .

FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEKjI tied Intultlrelj a RU s from the
rely appearance of the
tar 50C Or Manufaetiirvrt.
Writ the
York making cW connections with New York ilosdon rlajre. but to UItIW'ho OrugQltti ,
,. .w :- ships or Soundu I knew nixl m>- "
"_'; illtkkrt wilt arv supplied( with monthly failing w hrdul.... Writ. for prvdntM the character of the t"riil.builmtui : (

'; etnl (information, uMins wln-duta, ntatmioni nervation, or rail on there was *a Wllng of pity PATTON-WORSliAM.DRUG... OftlUa. Ti&LF t

]0. fLEIUS1)H..I'n'II.4I1d/t"JI'1 Aller. C H. WAMVOKTII (i. I". A: ,jingled with admiration for the retk- .
1'j..r\i, North River. New York. 3.1 5-02MALLORY I lew "sh m rI
+Intpr" who
? 1\. V SEII'MAX.: Fin Kr't and I'I\NI. Agt., 122 W. Hay St.. Jt1ekNollllr.! I I traieled the rough E
rondo -
| dally with Hares

:,f - -- of ijuartit of nltroKlyrerin tonrath him Font pal June It.)

Nto.lee/3.. .e.ee.eeeeeeee..eeee..e.eeee... ........ When Jim. in high boot, blue flannel 1 F '14? [ ECU NOTICES '' I II I VtJ c H riarf DI<
: ; shirt and a soft hat with the wide rim N"tit." I. IK i iy given tbat ill moola
1 : turnM back drove rapidly throiifli the atl.'r lat.', ioOH: t be 7th day of i>*e.m* 1
I I ber. .\. II l'_>i. i will prment dual
r'lr Pub my M
'toa'ntoer i ij. I r K: Jar Julys iAn It
f e +ple would stop and lonk, cram count a* Admlt.Utrator of the latf el i
tully after him and then x i t Ordlnanc. I'ntherlne W II. .n, ""co'allt'd. to the Rat J. II i
<''j LI I N ESI \I : about their buitlneHii again IIIiMot with along the t I To nmpnd thr Ordinance Mating lo the I I I. .MrCrory.riijiity>U>rkJft, and ...k Judgpof for final VoluUaOouaty. UlKhrit MHkl 'I,
"unatrD"lIvn nf slieralks
satisfactory reflection that ; in the Oltjrolj adrulnlntnttor.Haytona. ,
they could 1"1I..n '
a. I Fd-' loa, Jan 7,1'AH. \
( SPECIAL : say at least that they had seen him lie It ordsliml by t bf' ('OIU lOI1 H.uofll, ..f I Jogs a PAIItytOJt, r;
': "the day It h.1Pllt'nl'Cl" Pipe nir of I'aytona that the lIo"lnre AdralalttrHo/ f.
f. nnit-nUnicnt* made to the urllnaurr- i j i __ _
k : Annie carne down to the gate and r Intlnu ti> tbffiiriktrurtlim okkle alki. ,ii I .

STEAMSHIPS. ( tb..reV a sad expression aUnit her w n.i 1..1.niaft In fiiin..r ib.phrnw im of tbo"anj n>tl on", tl!lIrdl'l( I Fiat Pub June 2.1: ; lat, July) :/j

: (,arF"'+tan) IIIJI.t tll :iitthly 'IUII.I..1 luta.tgsr IIt"/UII"'II'; 01" tlu : sweet womanly face, and bhe was ktr.-'i they shall l>f ctmatrurlttt nine fit :! Notice of Application for Tai D4 *j
coast "Ulr"ln-MTt-nil lo Iw in<>n.ur", l from ibi* *
s NO OVKUCItOWIHXO I trying to lie brave about It but It wa prniM'rijr line Under Section 8 of Chapter 4M8.
I to -.'I..Il1tO add to the orc1ln.llt'" (he followIIIR Laws of Florida.
yTATERNMS.111'OITIVFLY: I chant keep the team lark for therecollection 4XotW
; : lit .\H.\\TEEII : : IVforr roiumenrlDf the contUuctlon
Z I mportant on these nhiMat no tkkvtH will !III' wiltl! of the talk with Jim the of any .td<>.atk _Ubln the illy limit, ..1 i* hereby jritren that Alien Cbbb 'j.
to cdtbenuml.rPt
IM'rlhsur the ar nlaht Ix-forw and the realization of the \ o n *ror MTUinnt of the \tn>pfrlf along 1.unII/\I'I'r of Tax Certificate No. X111.'lh
witting rapnrily of Dining llalli) thtH in : winch salt walk It to IN* built shall apply loih *
i long journey Into 1 the tth dy of .\I'rilO.. J .1. c'
another -
string all 11I1"'nW'fMlrlfhvl.lual m-rv+ lev and attention. away eouu < Mavorforn twrinlt, Mitt app'kal oi'I"1
and Ila wrltlnn. and shall Mat the lot ha tlli l'\S.\ KN.hlt4: : LKAVK JACKSONVILLH inuI1tlll.: .\ 1.t1w e try strange home nliout to U> undertaken :
NV hl.'k alone which | | ttrralk U IwI linM inad1
MI < to
< app K noun for tat deed to I UHUV
: : 4tWIUL/bfMhi .i. III ('hullsTiult's-ron.; ) : was strong upon her j. ),un. the kln.l..r matt-rial lo l", u-Mtt In Id in iKvonliim-e with .
LOWF-ST: \T11S TO NK\V: YORK AM .\ I.I. lUHXTS NOUTII I Jim was the first to stwrlk. and Jets < .n.tnu'tlou. and the tliiK'Ui'nlriHl IOM.> OC- I Lfieaternbrart'4 IMaid r rU-
,. S I""i / 1'1111"\1111 Its ooiiitruftlon( The in-null It- the fulluaittg dM'rib.d
Including htfnlll.'I.Wlll'
S.Ili.thronglt thPAMurs words came wlUi unusual clearmwi"I've ,tl t "'h'd .ball'lO' Inpriuttr' form with luli $1.tseh.l Inll'rt *it''nteil III Voluma *

: : SIA: ISLANDS e U-en thinking It all u't'r.n r1 I ikr, and th.' club. shall remain on flit In I 1uri.1d. t<+.-M t I>>U* Oftti.l) 10. block county JJ, ;
Ib.Savor': omce.ThlJavurorIhedr.'t
Through tkl.t'tllllul,1 to all Northern mitH. Fur full InforiiintionTfK&rdinjf *
| nlP' he wild, looking down at the 1 I etwum11Ire. wlihihi llainl) eels t. I'lIt'h Brantl'Iw i
t-' nttractionHtint-rftlliy m> other IIIMditi; ruiiiit, n..t\'ali..III'I. oe twitching face, "and I k.uowOQ were applkanrslush then dikle theuriwle, said IUII.I (wing: .II..wd at ,be
tirket. -U' apply| t"A anil If iifivumirjr vmplov a civil rnglnwwrtltnforatIII *
date of the iwiitinee of such
right iou were all right" from first t" .- "'I"'I1.f the city [WfurUnulnic certirVato
: W Am anwwi na>' stnvi. : Iat and I'm all wrong"! a iernilt Ib.. Major shall crrurf tli.. natne IIf Saiali Ihg DOil. UnlyMaaJ4rertittrate
A. I I CtjXgull, Jju'kwmville riuridii I from the applicant n god and uRlcUntiMiliil shall |toe retWmed aceordlotoktw
Jim looked! over at the little! porch THE rA sivi or "Tonnes JIM" with not less hAil two .ur..tI..ln iocb
: 0"; ). II Clark. bal Apcut Daytona, PlaNortherp : which he bad an amount at will guarantee the city tax ilw-d will ifwue thereooo
to Know
................. ............. ........ .... ........ after short come so welland den nt lejM., and they will all say '1 xialnl loss liy r.*a...m of any null or suits the Wth day of July A. l>. 1W1.
a pause continued: toW you 110:' hut'l' won't hear them. I IWe'll 4+laiiwte "utaln by the publican Mkllilrwalk Wit newt my oltk-ial signature and sell
"And I'm glad you're Koine< away while under conntrwrtlon! and no thist the :,'Ith'lav of June. A. D. 1904.
; ij:
;: I I* far away far far away" I permit shall.sue for lbw construction of
--- away from these talking, j"-1II't'00 any lid...alk. tbc Inner edKe of which .h 1 Bfrrn to have no mercy In their hearts IIi[ ran to the rear of the wngouand ., Iwo when nnllutl. more than six lnrh-. I Clerk! Or.'ii't C'"urt'oluIII" Covalj,
Meat hastily unlocked the 1"1. dim-lotting a' from the prtMX'rtv; line.I'aesnl nur tt" .
Harket for a r'IIIIwho'" done wrung, even If 'nailing May '.I. 1WI. ,
he does try to IIit down and I bate half dozen bright tin t'gus. Carefullyrvmovlnic .1'.1 mtl ,..'n'ling ylay I1' ,..... I II 1'- --
tbe cork of one of the cans 1..1 *4l r..UnlC June M hit...
tried Annie, tiled $i) bard. Hut you .\ppru''I: I I ( Fir>t 1'ul. June 2't: : ;; last, July 1&.)
J. L. ODUA1[ {Proprietor.Tlie te Inserted a ftiM-, to'k R careful e. I. +
; know all about that. It's an old I r Ixe. I Notke Applkatlon for Tax D4
a 411 clflnce op olllown the road to IM sure Mayor..tllt.I .
f tor) : Under Section
8 of Chapter 4888.
In the strucka
no one" wa neighliorhood. r .
: The t.'at which bad been *truircUiis KllW'.ii. HAHBI4
La rgest and Fiiii-st I: matt U ntnl taking up a bundle.qolckly 'r..kI..nt ot('ooadl I Laws of florida
t 1 came out on Annie's eyelash and glhj- J. \\'.
diMpiH-an-tl Into tie woods. t: NolK-r in hereby. given that C. C.
t Market soutli of Jacksonvilc. 1 Clerk. Fan'I
tt'ntod thenThough It bml been
f an ning. punhiyer'i.f Tai
1 1 1 tVrtificaU Ho..datwItiH' .
f ta unusually long. sentence for Jim. be 1315.; Mh of
e day II'
( 1 Maj.A.D.
The nfter tin Fourth of the
( : r \\'.. kivp. U rulllpvt! HtlK'k: of all kllliln of had lift finished day July : i Klrit Tub. June.; ..*.. July ..lAn IN1.: *, has nll l rued tfrtiflcattf In mj ufHn -

f { bA ter,--.h I'liMlil.l illld \\.....tiTIl .Mrilt* 1 ".\n.1 then thH bti-Miuiw"- be maid a pars nil hud long "account of the I Ordinance I' >. antl Iwvi imwif npplkatlon for tax
I "terrible tlllttn.\I. with sketcbe
: careU gi'nture toward the earNagt"you vi l' e. II ProhibitIIIK of noU..ln lml tn Issue in niiordamt with law.
th.Ihll n public

made by special srtNts "on the spot"Great
I 113: A'orth Hwirli Street.n i i couldn't MHihl that and I don't or prtvittt. place within the t'onlrulol Sakl vrtiHfnU iiitiriuvM the fuJlowiof .
I crowds of curious ople drove I the ctt' tk+eriL.wl l prujn-rty ituatwl in Volmla
1 Ai blame would Lo
.11I Every one c telling
I h to the M't'I"ftl..l liN>k i j you that I would lit killed and all (be l llv of iHiUiHia.
PhOlll' ; I Ifr the bole In the ground, which was the ; Nonotlt'esignorany- ftdtcrltclnn mutter I = T. lei S. It :U .:-.0 ftj.J't".
that until you'd get all nervou and ooly evidence of the sudden ending of I nhall IK* |MMe.| un anv tree or telegraph ortelrphoeer The mi ill l.ui! Is'tng aANfAMx] at. this
worried though I don't see what alb I | ieerected m Ih.1.11. 0f lily date "
the life i-f "Torpedo Jim. limn Nt.rtn the "all..fftll.l'Il, ItulMlny
people auyhow It's not their bush or mi any pr".rly..1 the city euvpt that tlk naiiM of I'IIl.lIu\\. UUIess said cr-
I n,,,,,,." "I bad a sort of presentment when I i Irgslt'Iecllou alai .....III'r notices may U> tiIte"to hali U reJ'vimtl atrordioyAo '
Florida East Coast laic Jim go pa't my bop today" said bulletin bard, and clerk place
law ilrtnl
Ry. ThenWHH a long nilencc. I'latnbJim : ,lwsinrse ulijnt olll'l'y iHilkllnf during term tat will 1+*110 tbervDU on ib*
hud something elite to say. lie one man to another "and I tl".k a long I uf oHci-. _>t>tli day of July. A. I U. 11KI.1tne .
look at him Then t4"'. It wes just the i Any wrwmrlolnliogthhordinsaceshall \\ < mv ofii-ia) signature i and seal

LWAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904. I| hesitated It I'lnnlly not knowing be spoke exnctly how toI day for uoUe He vinfd thoughtful, I dollar be Jilin'upon.b.." by roinlctlon M tint not etewillitK Mayor'court twenty thin the :!1th il.iv uf J ur..*. A. 0. 1904.I .

I say aivl for the iin.t time sine I've known : I'a'*tI l lit n-Ndlnit May .. I'M.AM I 1-:KM I StattL JOXIUN..
_J w. --'OR'HIOVIIo-IUD. ".\lInll'" be rencb''d down and took him be failed to nod<< to uje." I Passed reading May a. I..... '..'I. \'nlu.iaCoul1'1.! I
___ -' -.--rs ; her hand In a farewell grasp "If your I'tiawl'tt'J reading June M. t'44.Approvett r: r '.
I "l-w Jim. Mid another. "He badfaults :
".. n "0. 19PatIJ t'. I.. .
I fA tlOU HHITH.Mayor.
the rest of but be
Dolly snme ns us.

.... '". .... t e lint I' .... I 'J. P I. bad a heart be bud a bvart! Poor oU I At lent : .
..".... . . .Av J.ol.o.l le .......... .. ... ..., A'I) A Ua p r -1] Jim'" Kcw. ta.: ItAaats. .- .
.............. ... ... .. .8L 4ularuae ... .. ........... .. t ..a p --- -_ __ I I rreaw Dr Of t; '" ,'
....... .. .. .. ... Q..tlnja .. ... .. .. ... .. lI"a Otv .' J. W. WILala'I
,1 ..... . ".... . ralataa ...... .. .... 0 N s 't: p ... j Ctty Clerk.iKIrt .

t .... . .. . ..r"lal1. .. . ... .. ....L, SUs' a1Ip I -... -- .
.. .. ..r.l.th_. .. .... .....Ar 700. SC pI CELEBRATIONOn
I I I'lili Jun.ta'i.. July
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t .. .eoa-o.. ..... ... .. ... .... L. IOOa13p J -- I Nolle. .a't
1' oka M.tro .. .. ...... . Ar T :..s -
,--- t- j To Whom I it May Coneere:
.. ...111.Ja .......... ....... .... Lv ObEsOlp /f the nrkt Fourth of July 1770, Thi-Mil'wlnarr.dulMara.an*nlro.
......,..... ... .. ...... ..an&.L/ ... ... ............. .... 5 da U p Ur.-; was lit) stir In Ikt.ston. There i I Ifloplitl and, onlt-rtHl spread upon In. II"I ,
....... . .. .Dapenl_ .. .. ...... .. .. I Y a r f ))1ak I girt:
{, ., Or> .."rt. ...... ........ ........ .. .. 0 "a p ? neither telegraph nor td'1bone toijTcihi ,i ltr+.,h.tl. Thiit HiifolioInn ii-rrlti'i ( i iI
( .... .- . .Day ion* I U a H p ( the tll'\\. '1 lit. old UN-rty bell I \'III".18t''IIII"rid... be and the sam'
I ....". ,... Port Qr&.I. ....... ...... )l.a p all I luTfli\ diMvimli-daiid: M>| apart .. Kin: 'i 1 1i )1
.....o. .... ,New fuirrnaIbovrat ......... .... 2/ a 11 in f.iraway FbtUtilflphia was doing i I'ri-otnot No lsit!luting pi..... Itl II' ,
.... ... .. .O.k"1II ........ .... Ual lu itMiwer to prm-lHlm the fact that ''HIM. to-*, It. HrglnnlniC at Ihe ni.rt h..rocorner
.......... .. .'r1 .. .. .. ..... .. ".." 112' but It | of I In-M. llfriiandi' limiil. K..i u"Tune I,
.......... . ...$. ... ........ . J II. I.JI ) the 1'nlted Stati-s wan free, rt- ,; -hl'ItWtuthitangrY2East: : Ib.u': .
F .,......,.... ... .. ......... .. .... It: s } iln-d time for the copies of the Jmuortul southern aluiiK the """( linnk of ll"llfi \
.... ....... . . } o h4... .... .... ... ... Ilia JA1 document l awl rl\i>rloilu> w uthM'l ....nwr..f Tho Ft.:, '
....,.. .. .. ... _.... .. .... .. I &4a 1 11s ( to >e prepared II irallt.40'U"IIfl.T..n..lp Ii t-ouUI.ltl D I
,' .t. .. Will**. ...... ..... .... .. Ill/s : 1100/ sent Ly mounteil mesM-ngrr to each :tt hart; thinr" south M ilfgnvt r,'.! i.. V'. f L 11Ir'TA1NREFRIGERATORS((
'..o.... ,. t.4.' ...... .... .. . .Ii" a 1' > ,) aSt lu the colonies.Ueneiul .Ih".t comer of th.. wed Thoniat t- link
... .'.. .. o.. .". . ..... .. .. .. !\ P 1uaSIDWa. ton n | Iira"l.y.r-".." .t;.Tm' lI"blp lS !'4o.uth. Ita..... ,I
.... . .. . ....-. .. ...... 1 lj .Ua .lrletua11'ard receded this :I C .:.'1 ; llii'iicinorth JRd.'rfrw* cwt, to ( II.canter .
.. .... . I'M... .. .... Hp olnctnl .4.tuo of lilt,,'" :n of Mary C. FIrnling'.ut-
............. )..... ... .. . l It. notice (ll\l,lonofTho... (' Hrant ; Ihencrnurlhad i
........ .. . . elu .... ... . ... kt tt I'hUaddpbla. July C. tTX I tier '--. ,'a.( aloiiK ffiitcr. of hlock :21 I.2T Mini
.... .. .. llcb/ I.oa.. ..... . .. I i1f /I' Sir Th loclos J I>htrHtlon ct InJr- :Si of MidI an C. ...mlnlC.1I "lIh.dh l lon of
......... ... _. NN,1\1"." .. .. . .. ._... 1 ."Jf'nl'e I am dlr 'ct ,... . ...fI. sl. 'Md... . lls l< < VI. Hernandi-f Urant to place ?f Ix lnnliiKiul .
".... ... .. .. ft&oa.. .... . 6 ; Os Tou with a request! thAt you will hate It I .\ Ihrrli'rk IIr Iftf Court In hereby ,..- jars I"III..lud |; tin- I.II-M lryiNt doan.' t,
.. ,... . .. Ir&1 .. .. ... ... 7 to. proclaimed at th* h i4 ct the tra'tr un- to r\'CUl'\l IIt.WI/II.I"W"/ w( nalUKl
."...... .. .I'L ...dt . I Q : ilvr >our commami. In t!>! Nay you shall .ftlon. t' .trkl No. I1* In tired rrcnrdofaltl ptirv t. in- .sinitnry i and hint Tftriftoi .
........ ... : ,UaQd.I .. think most rroi-rr I rate only time to aJ>l I .. count* and publish saute for four .1erat
... ..e..,. .. .. ._. .. .,v .1.. .. . ... t. that the Importance uf It _U1 naturally' r Irk. accorttlUK to law" .trs >t iliad; ,' r
t,..... .... ... .W I..r .... .... t'. 00. suggest the pruprlHy of procUlmlmf It In >I "'I.t.. of Kli-rlJn' i
... .
County uf \ u"ll\ 1I.antarl :
"\ ::oraunQ.li' -==- such a manner as that th! whoU armymay :I Jordan, i lerk of lb. Circuit .
u.. of It. I have the honor R.S.MALEY. .
be appris
BIIASCHAM i ourt In soil for Mate and Bounty afon* alildo ;
tj roIta OfcAHOB OITT
tAaA og (./ to two sir your mOlt oh4 and \<*y h.tle hereto c.TiIfy that the alwiMawl forLidnn *- .
.. .
ka; ttI i-rv. JOHN HANOUCK. l' a I ru.' and correct copy of the original .
vr- D111 I D,1 'Ii ITf'tllJt'n ri-Milutlon ........ !>> Hoard uf vouiityi I ,
'oi na..lon oj ..1tI.'VUIII, In ""oulunJane
roriD M RRT HIM'? One can well Imagine the first jctnuii J.1"' ''. sad a. a|.p.-ar-i <.f ro' wd InMlnuiitdHik i !'
1L I h e Indvpentlence shout that rent the I. !.'+4t" :"I.Uiliii' Daytona I Ice Co. ,
11Iban.1 and the veal of said <
...,, 6 should meit. away out there lu Cull atuuMphere of Iloston HS (;\'u"ralr' <.ouri this lltli day of June. .\.1'. Id"*. .

foniln. n fellow with a different name tema Ward procUlmetl tU fact to the -r--s1 MAMrat.II J anv I ICl \\w UICKIXI,, .....,. i ;

1 f A ., 1 is! Qo from mine who hosed you as I do. army In and about the town The Declaration _evil._....JI < rk Circuit Court t

/, Dolly {lily a 1 D.ny Doke Dally ,Ic0/ y oho was leading, a ,tral"bt.tlp life was licit read to a great ,

E und not In the glycerin bUl mt'l4- and Faneull t ,
tublsge in and 88'1 I .'lr.II'uh.Jun. II. IastJuly' ,t'a
and one who bad uo past, but was occurred l C .
t r it Toow INpj The celebration at noon :Notice of Application for Tax Deed tf
Juit beginning, do you think yon could July 17 Colonel Craft rest the lin-1 i .
L'nJer Section S of Chapter 888..
jatle 1 U a t / tiuirn him anti Mettle down there? mortal document and as the last D.I 1 I I
The which greeted him. butt IncquiNltlvely i Law of Horida. ..
eje shout
Urn fell from bIll lips a great
half wd. were quickly I I Not lc>> l< h,'f.'hv Chen that f d. F'lItII'r -
COKWCTIWS AT MIAMI.AT went up from the gathered In the sod ... r ot Tut Certificate No ui !
A aocwirr/u. STCAUIHIP lowered "cradle of liberty" as the okl ball was .1rt+..fur"'I.: 1 day- of Jum-. A I' 1\tI1".lIa. .t 1II
MtM cerilOialr office. Mud b.,. ma.l
Jlnir: she said. my
Ii-tOQ WITH ITt/Ml* > */ TMI P.1 I. 1 L COHPUY FUR "Oh. rtttufd. ao.111 taken up by the appkatloa tat drwl to issue In Nteronlitnc II
crowds on the outkle s.t on the t>at- wltb law. KaKt ffnlrtmtf: etabriw"i f

HAVANA AND KBY WEST One Jul)' day a few week afterwarda t'rieon Fort bill. I> 'rch.iteran- : the\-.. fultowlug.. ,',''UIIf'I'rl.la.icrllw4: "ru'.I', to-wlt. tUuated I..'111. II Ik III.1".1. PURE ICE I :

party of oil well drillers h..l finished I1t"lwt Mid Ixjng Island bs me l forth \N,. H. I..t 1. ('o map New Kiuyrna. .

! j ...,,.. WaI. / a' M .xplelet to .rttn sad fir r'r a well u Iik h was cote a fair producer T '' lot lur.llthif. .
1 m .t e .H
Oa ti i a rhl 11., Or .., a+sNlrlt.a ." as0 tD.rr and one which would be. Improved In rhllad.-lphiA celebration oc- 1 of K. H llavin fnle* said certtncati- Mafe- from I)wtilW Wafer .
"shot"f nltroglycerin In v. In the statebou. hall be redeemed according law. tat
-- by a beijr iirtvvl on July tr..1 will U.ue thereon on the l1tb day of
4 --- the oil rock, and work atlOut the derrick rd a great concourse of p..ople was July. V 1).111I" l'ctsny. own from to 1Volusia SaMa'l%

..r 0.py.f13. LOCAL TIMH O&D.t Otber Information was mpt-nded until the amt al of .Itbt't't'aDtJ here the king's arms "'ttnrsslaye'glelalsltnaturratldaraltbte .
the lab day uf June. A. I. UW. 'Itboet> 18
f taut: TM noKirr .AO ENT." .Tort *!* Jim" with too eiplMHlv*. It were taken down and bur 'tl. whiles [''aAL.1 """I'IL l>. JOEI'A:>.

l't was Berly evening and darkness' the t.ell L kLRkIU11 ,s. 0** ?***. A,.nt., BT. AUOU8TIKH, ILL.h : ;td6. Avanuc and Ratlr.ef.1

fturning. .



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i ire that cannot >!ione exfbanfff. 11 w po. itiJe that IXAIU; 119 tan vw tm MMT n.rt .
He it expected lack to DayIHpTkkct are still! nwking cream l married me or two Florida* girls ;; : -: ---

Pd r but tickle the palate of the nut the wires may be run toDdytona. while having a li" DStirf in from that taint to Orimjiul. 1t1aq 1tpTAllrir.. :

-- faathllOlltl. 1t.T.. i 1Lt:(. whioh "ill then put New Smyrna in Georgia. Patterson is now serving The County Trt'IA* rr nWtlhii Inside t till II
I ........A .
U, U and '
NNNHNNu eonIitrtinti with I\ Land over the a five year term in the phosphate) \) 3\'CQnl WFether"itll; tlf.

1'-4 from Jackton : ,1. W. \Vilkins enhTtftinctl a toll line When the propo eetl line mints [\>1.10.1 Supplement LH reIN>rt for the wnth of June, 11'.tall'tdunna. {I'urvhtuluinnaanJ{ '
vile New Illi.. Md.le' to Order. TbtH 7U. ,s s.OIZIl1A 4-
to York vU Mallory Line !:J of friends nt the automobile i in built to ( :1"11",111.| iVLiml will whirl wa examined and approval I, s /
part j .

S27 laQtdn.tUAZtiTE-NEWS ottk : slab house on the Wat-h Moiulayevening. llll in tourhnth I a large (xirtion 0(1 I I, ar'fbt.. rra ontwD.,1IWI' l\LIT and! paid warrants nnlorel I de- ;j : jI

: I the county iVI. !"uppll'menl" IQI C! tnrmiU-bj e' I" KarueM sepJIO ntrC'd I 1


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The Ikytona'Gazefte-News, Saturday, J1 11.2.:... :,4 d -
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IIP Hun PMEUiHBaVk IAf la Daytona and Its 4tftactions e ee. tJJ.i .

iSo # > i : JT fr. The Queen City Florida jSaw .MateCuttings

muy People who have apparently-recovered Tr4m ,a .cold- .e '.- . .. .. -. ..
'. ,:_, 1. .rickejwjU > Pneumonia. This is due tq tfee.Jacr.tlul! 'ttle. 'Ii'S' .... e_.. .:Front tda P4.tld.Eaat t.RafI"'a1" Itoo61cbk If

: .r ...cbiaj tube and lungs are in a weakened condition and unable ._ :=.. r.. "=" 7-;::.,..;;; .a -..,-.. --R9IT' I1stl'l,$Jwt -&karit\li>

v deist that terrible disease. OPAAC,the greatest throat and lung 110 Miles from Jacksonville.- The PopttUtkMi of Daytoaa

remedy will kill a cold in twenty-four hours. Physicians are con- Fare one way ......... ... ..... ......$3.30 proper is about 1,500. Added to

itaatly prescribing and recommending Opaac to their patients as it Round trip.................................. 6.60 this is a suburban population on
causing that nauseating effect which main shore and peninsula of about [I
6 fuely k vegetable, never 74 Miles from St. Augustine.
Blake Old Sea- .
l.CJX at Kingston .
Idlow quinine and other drugs containing opiates. ;, Fare one way......_....................$i.20 breeze or Ooodall, Seabreeze and

(I Round trip............ ..................... 4.40 Silver Beach, which are properly a

Cures a ColdIn i part of the town and population.
DAYTONA ii situated upon the Beach NOT A STOGIE.
bPAAC I Daytona
west bank of the Halifax River at its
24 HoursIT lies one mile east of the town It is
fairest and midway betweenits
expanse approached by three good bridgesover CHEROOT.,]
at liulow Ray and its outlet
: and
the river well-graded avenues -
ACTS i at Mosquito[ Inlet. It is in latitude ,and it i the principal summer But a Full Size; Perfecto Shape Cigadc

miles from St Augustine south of St. It ,
for UQripp, Catarrh, Cold., Cough, Croup, 29 seventy-four resort Augustine.
A Cur
furf Neuralgia and and one mile from the Atlantic has more tourists during the summer Made from Cuttings front the Work
'BreacfiJU*, Pleurity, Whooping Cough, than all the other places southof
Pneumonia and Consumption.This Ocean and I is acknowledged to Tables of the San Mateo Cigar
Prevent that city combined, and is also
be without a rival for hnlUtyamong becoming a favorite winter J'etIOrl Factory, and therefore contains

wonderful remedy was not discovered by accident, but the villages of the South. Its sight The beach is wide, firm and smooth, the same sweet fine burning stock

U the result of scientific investigation by a prominent physician is upon whaHs known as high hammock by many considered the finest in the that has made the High Grade

tftcr nuny.ycars of study and Ub>r. All dangerous ingredients, land that was crowned by world, and the surf bathing is safe Cigars of this Factory famous. .

iucrJ as drugs and opiates, arc climinitcd. The curative propertiesof nature with a most royal growth of and excellent summer and winter

QAAC act immediately and is rjuarantced to break up in a fewaours majefitic forest trees and among People Western who summer have.tried reports Northern declare that and Five Cents pays for Two of Them. .

any cold or feverish symptoms not too l long neglected. these trees i in the town of today, with there are none so perfect in comfort Box of 50 for $1.25.

its beautiful cottage and well-graded a* Daytona breach.Automobile.

Buy a Box Today. Price 25c.lie walks and streets. The result is I Race Meet. I'OR SALL: BY ALL DEALERS.:

that all along the wide avenues that The Florida East Coast Automobile Manufactured
sure you get the genuine. If your druggist does not have intersect the town are lordly live Association conducts an

It, scud us your name and address for free s.mple. and water oaks and hickories, many annual race meet on the beach, which S. W. ROWLEY
I of them draped with graceful fea- has now a universal reputation as
Invi DRUB COMPANY Philadelphia, Pa. the'greatest automobile race course
I Dons of the gray Spanish moss, that
in the world. The Daytona-Ormond
PHARMACYDAYTONA I overarch the street and walks, and hard macadam and ---- ---- -
The ATWOOD Reach i is as an

I I swung these are inters|>ersed tall ideal stretch of thirty or more miles nlSSINGVORD CONTEST.

FLORIDA tropical jvaliiietton, glossy -leave] i without a break makes it the natural

'T magnolia., fragrant haM and coral- racing ground for America
the beach is bared for
berried holly, anti many 1IifCiri! ,- At 1mtitle PRIZES offered for .
and neither wheel 101 t
,100 feet carriage
Southern Railway I ties, while i in many places the wild bicycle or pedestrian can make a the correct solution. i

Sl'Sp'tht' tnuni vine and the hardly visible imprint on the smooth -- -- --

EFFECTIVE MAY 29, 1004l ainpelopnis i climb and<<1 cling among and well-paeked sand. It is no uncommon TropkaJ Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great Health Drink METTO j

-- -, -- - - --- -- the branches forming shady bowers sight to see sail-rigged will pay .H prizes. The contest open to all. It's PRLU to You. '

'__ 10 the Katt. Nourth I I and Wr t. ISO ISI j bud adding trrace and Ixrauty.The bicycles 8pt'l.odinfith the velocityof --- ----------
I the wind before a stiff breeze
.... .Jackionvllle, rla I'4\) Ito; 1 SSpLvi..up town lies with the
t.T>ackjtt>nulls H.J M.RyIOBtp ray! 7 : I.yJr.upta I. ....1'4\) ltyWt'PL'tNul.nah parallel along the wuooth bench thus afford FIRST I'RIZK
14, ,ilitr* Ar Marttn ia .. Ho Kyt! 3 uaAtt'dumWr. Halifax River, and extends for nearlytwo ing the most exhilarating sport t
$ORyua ArAllantaU$ ... No' Kyi 61 a To the first one sending in the correct't unJol"t'rr \\111.\1
Obarlbtttt. wtIty YY. Ar ltome.(ia ,...Ho' KyiHo 7sC mile along the shore. This known to man. Resides these, miles alwtj-
... H HIlt fII'P Ar Ialtoo.iaArrhaltami Ky P4 ant I fill life-size picture in Rill frame entitled "Purit .
o -
A boulevards
A.r Arr:. f.llft. ,>*-. Hy J lOp .Tt'DD HoKvI'Rft Y i.s river is the delight of the angler and of liard-shellcd. palm-fringed -
WI'1- ,r.uloltooK'f. Qt (' 6pL I bring the lovers of the wheel This picture in symbolical of iietio, toe grant health <.In< ,k b4
Ar Infltanatl. O. .t C 1 Wp the yachtsman and forms one of tlil'towu'r. ,
JUt'mODd ... .. toIO Ity!i fll p I l.v IYncUlnatt--"Kour h alp .. anti vehicles into direct touch with lMiefits all and contain no dope| or harmful drag. a
UU Four' T !<>a"l'al.ln grwitest attrat'tlorlh.The :
Arrhlcano.111 mainland the broad bridges
J.t : HO Ky 4 ITp .. the over .To the next 5.. .1.1 ft> eacliTo
f.r.rbburl hr'IndnnaU-: t* ftp .
.U : ; M.l RI elop main avenues that run juralM \\h l'hpan the splendid Halifax the 5 .
ArWMblniton. 140 iby .'r lhlrago. II t'gI.Inr. T:tAr ntttt 1 quart Hello ra !
K&IUmore II J.p i.vt1nC'lnf.-()- --- .I'H t It .. 4..p- w ith or intersect the river are allI Hiver. To tits} nest ;!O. \ pint Metto en I .
1'UHl t (MIA Hi 7 ;3V.
Af ('blt'alo.1II
1AlUd.lphUANfwYork.. .. -- I'ltUl e! -I.v-l'lo'lnoatl.-.- -- O--. --- (' II" Hi, ,. C.psim DO feet wide except teach street, The Iteach from the sandy bluffsto To the text 70 . .1 Metto Ticketa< h
I ArTohdo.4) 1'ItAI the lowest jioiut at I..htidlmt'alt-
Ho.v--Wnhlntton and Florida IJmlt0. Ar lK-m>|t.MUhrvflncloDatl.O. Ml A H T 9Ga which i is about sixty-lite ftvt. but tires about riM(>0, feet, and the average +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++I+.4++
." Dfclly PuUuian Uraaln{-RarMhwp- Tit Un". nyq, has a lialf-mile of beautiful +
, Uf atlaclanvllleloNewfork. ilUiburg.j'a 1'rl.Inr. gun open I depth of the surf measures about +

;. tt=_; l.v (' ocl atI.O.IU'uur. tf ACMV tIV water abutting MJH.W its: eas-tern side, two ftvt. .\ continuous gentle swell ,1' ++ U'a You HI I
\ylanJ.O .HI* KouriHolTf
1 Through "The lAnd of Ibe MIL)." I NosuIlip 1t'lloKton7a.'f tNo. where the wit waves ebb and flow I rulU iu from the ocean from one to I ++ People know a I'Qod" when the y It are
1 I. \r I.nuUUII. Ky.Arnt. Ho KrHoiyi It',p and alone and across which comesthe two feet in depth under normal condition : +
1.e-rk.r.tllle. HoHyiH U>ul*, Mo T s a +
Lell.vaa.ab.i. <> Ity!)*!** --- = '' cooling, invigorating and health- -*. making the leach an attrac- + PUTS of .. In good aumer
Ar(>t4umWa,14.U. Holly Sua l-"Tho Florida Mmltrd." IollyAra.b.vllle.N 'I' I' + .
i I' /101\1 1:11", .. live anil ahtdtltelt'afe place for surf- + ..
tIOlhlt'allhul. lraluthroughi'a"brt alK giving brtWH from off the vide -- -- --- .
-- ---
J Ar Hot Hprta"s. N.('. HoKyHoKy J rp 1 unman t4h.-plnil'ara Jarh'I1\. to Nra' I 1 hathin Here( the infant as well asI + -- -- -
Atraoetlll.T'ran. /Qro +
York Atlantic, which and render..
Ar L\1Inlll. .. HoKyHoKy HioaAr temjrr I the grey-haired veteran of + rut out Ilil (.on"'..., fill In the bbwk.peen
l ==:- manyI .. ......
IClllp i + S.
Nt. .ollb - --- i the Halifax climate one of themot. wont to eiirb bleak .nice
ArCloclnnnl.O. Q" (' gi" Norlbwrtt. I! summers, can safely enjoy the luxury for .b"l.. h' makr 'i
--- --- -- an apptotrhtrrei-
n. |perfect in the world. Daytona has of IMth Ihnmghoul the + i
a s-ii largerpart I j + teiu-r ad""rlhlnlt'tw: and wail to the{ 1i> t

Buff.l If*V>AI..ba1IyFollmanIraaln.|,lag far I..t".o, Jat'kaulllIIt'.V- aDd Je.up.la.JacttoDvlIlf.: Kla.... .. ......HoUyHO KvHoKy lit TV-p*"iNoU> many miles of well-graded, marled I of the year, while the strong I Ii + TKOI'H'AL M'Fem.OO.IeWretAdetu.Mlrrrt j jI
a&4 SL Louli. Maeun.Ua aulu i and s\\ venture I I J ,
-._- ___ _____ Ar.\tlantal ... ..../'IoItY **_ and shelled ruuls and street, rcudering j'' further exjH'rt 1IIl1IIer can + Jack ton*Ill<*, . KlorlUa. It i l'UIUI" Mtalr
his and
out to teat strength
Ar Aoulilonla "I'4Ity 9 HW it tilt'Whedman's a I f
1 WORLDS FAIR TICKETS TO Ar ArMempbl.Trnn filrullng brut, Ala .Ho.rl6I'U(11)1'!K) II I'M I I skill in kittling with the inexhaustible ++++++ +++t++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++t

I iArKan.a.t'IIyMu Frl ..'uYab Paradise p jHiwfrs of tht' mighty ocean. I II Remember the first UU mrm't answers nti-i\edgtt tht Sew

ST. LOUIS NOW ON SALE ArIIo Nprln'gT"Ark_ 1":1'," and added to these, but a mile away, I I The Peninsula | in your ans\\t'f': .ti ace t.> the prices.

___ u ___l__ No..!W"Th_ .'lurld.Umlh..J.- -" arc thirty miles of smooth, bard | lying U'tween river and oi-ean in: iI i Tropical
.. Arrivals at Jacksonville: bleach, that affords an unrivalled one-half mile wide, and i is being' Manufacturing Company,

rrooiNvw YurlL,wuhingtonrtc.-Nu.Dy'%\ a.btnglonandFIur1JaIJnllledl946rm course for longdistancecycling and I rapidly improve, and there are j jmany 14 West Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla
lrumXau.ul7tyMr.uphl.nlrmtagbamete.-Nall"Flnrldr rroot' Iralo..l'ln'tnllatl.'battanoolta."te.-l'Io.' 14, "Klortda Llmltwl,"d."ttua.in.":t5 .m. driving or automobile racing. No fine cuttages and several goixl

From('IDclDOallalhtlll .etcNo."Waibtugton and Florida Lllllltt-d."v:3&a.ui.DTUll1 I hotels, an olll'nbou ', two ivean ii I Ii
t _. town of equal site North or South, |i piers, beach jwvilion I and a large NN.N1N.N....1.0....N..1Nw.NN.N.N.NH.N
: number tit I wheelmen, and
many ca! iu<>. I "THE DIXIE FLYER"World's
\t J.C LUSJC, Dbtrkt Passenger Agent. 1UX West Ray St.:, Jacksonville, lla. cycling in a favorite pastime with I A.. Remarkable feature i
IUACKERT.. a M. W. H. TAYLOE (). P. A. the tourist summer and winter t < I
I S. H. HARDWICK, P. T. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A. (I. P. A. The Beautiful at Daytona has Uvn the yearly improvement II Route

o Cottages in the style and<<1 value of

1, that ham been erected during the the buildings that are living erectedfor NASHVILI.K. CHATTANOOGA AM ST l.ol'is I.tiLW'k1'1'ESTERN : : S

FOUNTAIN CITY PHARHACY jwstyuars and are being built are homes. Men of capital of the AXOATUXTU'K I H!

rendering Daytona as famous for its North and West, Live l 1'C)1l1t'I I Daylight (Hide Through the Beautiful Mountains nf
NOBTH 11EACH STREETIROn8FXR awakened to its advantages for winter
fine homes as for its beautiful river, TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY.
, Hu a Nrh'ct 8Lof" of...... residences, and valuable lots are
and and
trees avenues, they are
,1 being purchased and costly houses, :: )09; ('( ( chexcursi.jn.; $L'7 5O, 15 days, $:;::iI/I! CO Jays; Q11L6J
) PItESCRIt'TION3,1'ATENT nlI1rlS.:8:+, UKUS11E8, adding yearly to its attractions t '
the l beautiful in design and finish are regular season ticket
Not least of these attractions
1)MIB AND TUILtrr WAI'S. being erected"( and beautiful homes,
to tutee securing homes in the South,
I. tho abodes of wealth and culture Trains
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles. and ranking second: only to healthfulaestJ art 2 Daily 2

, and perfection of climate, i is multiplying. ,

! .. the fact that its population is chieflyeimipm Seabreeze (City 1 Beautiful) and : Leave .latkwnville via G S AF 7 !." a in

: S (d 1 of culthated and intelligent Goodall are settlements on the Oceanside : Leave ..r"u'kw'n'tlle.13: U s Ay I.q.")
"a.l U. JuNE, jtrojfietor, can tee c"n.ulUtl f roItN ! jieople, cuMomcd to the refinements r-ute. Superb equipment Thruu h lt''Jlt'r
hourn. offl.v hours Sundnjit. 1> (M) Ui 10 :'U) u m : :2 30 t.u 4:30 p. in. Halifax River from Daytona i :
t of home and tl(1'ialliCt'.
At the foot of Ocean Boulevard WALKER
Added them-
.. .. to features are goodchurches
Seabreeze, a pier reaches G>0 ft''tal'1'OtiH : Florida
M.MM.......+....++.6.++.+.+..++*+N++.+.+..+.. ++ good I public and private the beach into the Passenger Agent,
I school, stores, hotels, laundry, tlK'8tlIIuktt shelling: : JacKsonville, Florida.
surf" of the u-ean Thin pier in afavorite i i
Bond Lumber Company ., novelty works, an opera resort of tluwo who delight ...............NN....N.N...... ......AAA ......
house lights for street and I ------.yyyyyyy..y
tp f lumse illumination, a good telephone 1m the sjxtrt of fishing The surf -

t MAM'FACTVKtKS! OF system, ice i factor)'. Lily Waterj hereC'alounds l in trout, lompano., I +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Works, and hot and cold l hath, etc., 't'llowt.\i1, cavalle, whiting, tlnim,
RHX1H AND DRESSED LUMBER I,end e\erything elm can U nru-ured j Hheeiwhead and many other varietiesof 01 o
PINe AND CYPRESS ., edible h. i i
that is mvHMary to make life tr Com 'I t During the fall SIMHI The Palms

("rtahll'n imiortant feature in n the famous se-a lia affords royal 1
Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime I "< >ort, and it has Uvn + + 1
; the hculthfulnesH of the town is the l no uncommon + +
i mx-urrenceto land thousand +
Ofllc and Yard. Ka a jNmnds +
iti tial '
and Cement 111 OtOCk. Kall"ay and Orange Avrnu f\ .ter Supply I of this gamy fish in an afternoon : JIS ;N. each: St. : a

WIL -UODd Mill, Atlantic Cart Uo.lt) loo mll 'i south or Jacktonttllc, which M derived from uurneroustluutug I individuals of them ranging from ++ + I II'or

Kalamaioo. Hanronl llraach of tb. K K r "'f. veils, of which there are fifteen f to thirty-five |>ounds in J Mrs. R. T. Sands, J 1 Ini I Il II
Phone 8J R. J. MALBY. ManagerOcean probably: M iu the corporate limit 1Height.. Not only does the wean + l I I ( I
This flow i is secured by boring welter offer this splendid sport but the Jt +
N...NNNN......N.NN.1NNNNNNN ta> the depth of from 80 to 1'JO fvt, i Halifax River only half a mile back PHOWJICTOIl *

-- --- -- through several of the + ,
pasting a.trat.of ocean is equally famous for +
House I rock, and this: depth assures purity its fine fishing, and the varieties that I + Mats at alt IMHIN from ++

I, tlOimHIMEYCURE lOlutullurfat'eeuutanlirwtion. The abound in the veaa are )present in *+ +* I I irst ciiis=> U I )rkDaytona
Nokia aid t44r\ 4 7 a. in. Ui (fi i p. m. .
IU4IM" BltfVtI water i is slightly impregnated with I the river +
F. W. HAM, 1'roprVtor. K + 1 -
magnesia and I iron, and hold sulphur : Hunting and filing d. Experienced + ++ stilRTsCCU

UU. $2.00r Dry and UpwarJ-; in the r,1,111of gas, which soon : guides and dogs goc may U +t++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1

MIW'\i&l t.o R.-jruUr lW.\rdr I ISKK
had _
aao A.h>tv"art EgfurdUlr la'M away j at nusonable prices.Jj -_ II I U

LAWYERS, I r .1.1 ,. in this ..fliro i fur Quick work J. D. Carmichael ;

Oath" iu Hunk Ituinlim(;, DkLXNli. KI.Urauih ..\ I Drop IVfunjuu hat* jour }plumhiU ,!OIM*. I [
: t@ss Odds Pr.....s ,.......1.I : offit-tf onr l'u9toht! lU\'ToS.I .\ We do the rest. Ilr ran HUW you l.r> j..T.vnt A II work
I i'larant !i.tkb Sl 'I'boue fi30 i Phone S. \. Beach SI

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-.m .-- ,- ua) nxl menu. 1 _
dpirlalto Regular ItwrdrrM. I J+aa.+ A.m**art ;;: f..rd Ills f!r|>Tiur m the xJiaji of gun, wYJJi"IIOOlrllo1Not' t >'etleuetrgtlide's and- dogs -may' : lie -- I ..:. !" C
1 I .lw"av. I lad I
NEW NMYRS.FI.OHW..\ STEWART: at rea-ouable }>fil1'-li. I
SKK: : ,ruit e'V
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|I I 'LAWYERS: tuners in this ..mcv for Quick work J. D. Carmichael fDv.r.

fOIEYSllONETADTA@tara. II I Oltiiv m lUak KuikliOK IllLI' n. t Drop lkloO'
htwlitsthv Hi h otK ..l'H/ .. We do you butt your ,.Jf
OIl.eta am <\ \ htl'IIt\1 the rest. Ile fan .av* you 15 }r'r ill
l 'JlUlut4.-d, heath St. 1'lumtlUrJU ;.J ....s.-!

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