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 16, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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?
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16 So. 7 Wss lrsryrhrte: YrKles All GYw
gal, Daytona__, lh-rula. "un rdlt; .J lily Hi.; 11XH.( Hut Adrertl.lei' -
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I '.T j iiiS HE Will NEYER DIE.Ooodallite (' LIFE OF 'BROOKS I -
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1l l x toueU a Former Mis Life on a Farm Where tie .
; c. I Ordinance To This Lffect Passed on Editor of the Punta. Oorda Herald on
.. flu StrMi and Amusing Idea StUl Re We -A Brief Sketch II .I
.. first Reading at the Council the "Subsh:ized Preu"-Some
t- ;. 'a* Evertatiaj Ltfe. ol bnlnent JurUt. I ,
Meeting ..IondayIzht.: Interesting Figures.
1i Verily tit world i iR composed l of lion. Alton H. Parker Chit Jus- -vr p2
After I he passage and publication The Punta Gorda Herald, in telling ,
; people. The last i issue oft lit* of the New York 'ourt of -- -
UrtBge Appeals i :>
of of the made
an ordinance now IIndt'rI) no charges" against
Spring Hornet( given the who Kurt 4 y
high was Saturday nominated
more frame Mrm-ltm-hcaii lieertxte) Florida!: newspapers in the last campaign -
> laM wingaceountof the Wlirfaof C. 1 for the preidrnry by the -
on Iteacli Mrrt-t between Bay street J says:
\ who conducted a bicycle Democratic National .
(\ \enlion in .
on the north and Live Oak avenue "Two years ago tho Herald received -
t sto norxlaU a year or RO ago- buts session at St. bum, is n man of '
tt 'S aa the south. The projiosed onliivawe from candidates about :$ 1 ltd iu
'vbo 'is now n citizen of High great dignity anti furry mill 9' 4r /' ,
t.i : one also provides that U-forethe payment for advertising and job
i. :8friog 1. hobe Huccess in life JM duo entirelyto ./ wv1 erection of any building in the city printing. At that time no separate

J"U! fee must act'ept bin own word his own efforU on a line weal of First !street, a j hermit account of receipt from political
{ it, High Springs has at least OIK Judge J'arkrr'a horn on a farm ,
.afit, must U obtained from the source was kept, but at the beginning -
F that it immortal-both wwil near Cortland, in Central New York, i Mayor. This ordinance: was paswd) of the late campaign| moved by ,
d body, His name U C. M. 1kmtae1I May 14, ISTii.: Ills 1
j parents were on first reading at the meeting of .1 wish to know the exact amount
and the doctrine he J promulges unable to give him the benefit of a I the city fatheiR Monday night, but .Itrin'tl from political souices and

tetmA.quite absurd and none the college education but he attendedthe I the limits can I lit' altered before its (1tu5es, the Herald ojteneda political t

sea; preposterous to the average Cortland Academy and later go tout II I final pannage.The ; cash ;account on its It'tlgtr'llifL,

'd Linking man. Thin gentleman deb'rtrfd of the Cortland Normal school aldermen} ) pre aemt at Monday added up this week., shows a total of.

[ one of his lectures at the all the equipment for life that it ui Ia1'14 meeting were: President MlM.jO.* ) 'In is includes $ 11.rn, for

.::61a&1l14{ Rink last Sunday evening l'GuM'e him. At 10 he was a I Harris Mctn: .\t0111 I. Matthews, job printing remaining unpaid, and
tot fair congregation. His theme country school teacher, and later entered Schmidt and Hendricks. *:3 in suWriptions paid by three
a 'wu "Life," and tluiM pat-1It uj the oflicv of u law firm ill I I .\ larger budget of Mils was :State candidates.

petrcdtol lie well pleased 1 1'ith his Kingston, where he studied Jaw minder { I jjHftsed I upon and 1 ordered paid thanat "The editor of another newspaper

tkeorto."Prof.. a prerepter until able to enter I I any previous meeting i of the present in South Florida! stated in this office
Bonnell bays there are only the Albany I.iw School, from which council.! The total amount drawn that his political receipts were over

Ircor.aixof& his sort iu the entire he was! graduated in 1872?. from the city treasury at this meeting :$1,1(NNI, elf which .f |HO. had been t f'

world. This much of 1m statement Judge Parker' imliticnl i-arecr began /a t I was 81.177..TI. Of this amount paid by one candidate. That editorwas

it believe to be tnie. He nays his in 1877, when, at the! age of 25 I It t however, :2,1(Nt went to take up cither remarkably lucky in getting

church in without a head and that he wan" elected .hurrogate in UUter two school bonds, and a large part an extraordinary amount of patronage I 0 ,

they M* properly called "Individu- county, New York, for a hixyear JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER of the balance was for work on Fairview or else he must have charged \ :

ilitiM,'' They believe that sickness term. lie was re-elected to the office ___ __ n ____ __ __ avenue, a ]>ortion of which will Oho candidates very exhorbitant ,'
tad death are enemies that can boloccewfully t in 1883 and in 1881 I I'i! a lele- :', it U n la-ail with a g.MNI I ..humnoil fort Orange I'kklnz. be returned the treasury through prices, or both. 1

warded oft by witchcraft gate to the convention at Chicago. filled across the brow and covered Mr I aTid Mrs. John [Hryan, who l'IIt.-cialll'If'rm'nt assessments. "\1.11'111"UK. n\lIIlATtS. t

or rather you get in touch with that nominate! CJrover Cleveland. with a rather <-l,Nf-croped| thatch j bave In-en Ktending| their honeymoonin The report of City Physician "The Herald! sympathized} with

tleir tenets it is impossible for sickness Judge Parker was offered the !,IIKi- of hair that i is red rather than'i the mountains of (Carolina arrived Set-lye showed the general health of the candidate in tau! matter of ea-

or death to invade. that p particulir tion of First Assistant r *t Master brown.In I I here Monday night and are the city to tee good, with }but two lie-nsew, knowing that the ramjiaign
threshold, He claims to keep General by Mr. Cleveland, but declined : response, the jaws suggest I visiting Mr*. Bryan's aunt Miss cases of contagcoua dihoaxe among was coMing them heavily, and it :

ia touch with unerring spirits, and the offer. Judge Parker was finnneftt alatOHt lo severity, the full I+. Caroline MeDaniel. the white population.The accordingly gave them the lowest .1

that then he is in the spirit world appointed to the Supreme Court by square' chin completing a face indicating I. Otis Johnson and Mr. Morford, matter of )lighting the negro prices j 1Ns.ihle."Now I

posweslng the desire of his heart, Governor David 11. Hill after his in its strong lines a mind IM- Sr., are at Seabreeze. Miburbo, Midway and Wn'cr'as this matter is made public

that are invisible to an outside, wondering election for a second term hind it of res. i I Mr. Wilbnrcume home Saturday
world. Their supreme mo- In June 1889, was created thesecond ample and complimentary in its firm I I while.thus consensus of opinion that incandescent eras morals. First an something of t
to Slav a
tie in life is to fight sickness and division of the Covet t of Appeals lines to the chin below it, and it U I tamps would give better service evidence applicable to many othernewspaiers I-
death and to do without drug storeor to accelerate the work of the partly \eiKnl by a vigorous and well- Levi, of Jacksonville, was in than arc lights. As the city has no | that the charges so freely I I

doctor. He says Christ did not highest court. Judge Parker was trained ninstnchr that i i-o somewhat
uj "he that believeth in drug stores "designated 1 by Governor Hill to sit coarse and bristly, and
and doctors hath eternal life," but in this new court. He was only :18 The cheek bones art' very prominent ; Crow is busy building his was n'qU"tecllo" communicate with that various newspapers had l been : ;0

ha that believeth in ME shall never years of age, the youngest of all but they are healthfully +: .it('If building. Adam :Sehantthe; executor of the 'Itought' by opposition candidates, t

dial and he MIl he accepts and relies judges of the Couit' of ApponU.' I He rounded. I!. Miss .Margarette Flanders came Schantz estate! relative to the matter I are slnitdernu and mendacious. i

on that promise (J Hat in this cuuit until 189.! :$, when, That is the man IIM cue HIVM him I home laM week from Del ind!, where Considerable time, was taken up flight: here it may lie said, anent

He says: 'I can't get sick, neither upon its dissolution ho was appointed moving in at the head of the line of she was visiting friends. regarding the assessment of H 11. IIR.....* insinuations rejiorted to thisnewspniier rl

can 1 die, as I am in posession of a by Governor Flower to l II e a judges to take his place a the presiding I Alfred l Morfonl is preparing to Hoene[ which that gentleman considers that the total amount t

tling that i is repulsive to both sick- member of the general term of the officer of the Court of AppcttU I I open a bicycle livery and repair shop excessive, but the matter still received by the Herald either dirertly 1

nfI8 and death, and stamps them Supreme Court of the First District. CUd in his silken rolx of office !+Jin I I the rear IIf the Hicks candy factory remains status quo. or indirectly from lion HoLt
The business of the
ott before approaching individual This assignment brought him into sjieaking' in low, measured and :I lnl"n"4 concluding to pass on first reading an \\'. Davis; $3-$1 I for subscriptionand

threatened, and the only hopeless intimate association with the bar ofNew distinct tones, he gives the impres i .\ large party of our young: people ordinance amending the ordinance $2 for dodgers advertising his

ewes are those already in the York City and extended the lion of great force IIf reserve 1 jxmer, :i dr.\e tllIl toV.. L. McDanid's reidtnce. relating to the construction of meeting here and any one who! intimates

graveyard." circle of his admirer and friends fine composure, and silt utli >n and\ "n C'It'arVater Lake, last closets. to the contrary is the variest
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"The ernba sailor for Life! announces ---- ---- Cietan since the days of St. Paul. I

that he will lecture next Sunday 4 SFe'"\n Vl'UU. J

t- week at the Skating stink at ;'.:\\41<> ",1 f-ewnd moral to l he drawn t.

p. m., at which time he hopes to have (from the facts above set forth in involved
tome ron\'t'TtN to his faith who will -:..." 7_,- in the question: If it pays no
quit walking by feeling and walk 'I little in cash why should a new'spa-

i;. by faith nnd learn to "kill des th." ti:' 'i' (per man exert his best mental talents '

,..>.>' < : I for sit or eight months! to do one or

two thousand tlo.Jld1'Munh of 'brainwork
MM. Jones Dttcrtala I
to plan' other men iu high poof .
t. fi
Mrs IoU(8' spat ions ri fins \\ere -! I "iliona 1.41n"r and profit? it

F.. profusely decorated Wedneslay with ,..: "This in something that the bite r rrahhlf. :

; magnificent ferns on the occasion of :Ji- -- ran not understand nor apseIr.riate ;
f '
... UI'.gm
her entertaining the I lion .leu club ; I and henee tin charges: of

la addition ti the member, la !'iea .... '.. ,.. '. : .. ruled
> mid ti
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from across the river lent the charm : '\". ( ,, tJ
:. tIa" .... t. many of the new qwjets."I'Iit .
"4' "" 't ..A: .
of their presence, and lid pt'l to I''f:' \1 '. j 1'." < ( ". .-C-.l .. '' INt t'II| iwitiim is simplv this: I
' grace the already III ill illll t assem .. / { ..
lust. u village" h 1.-18
bl ..- :. .... \:),"a" '''' .... "lIllII1loel'
ge H.- f' f tMS' its claim to home l..1 ipp"rt UJNHI the
After indulging in a spirited' unbottght atlvocwy of the belt" interests

game of progressive euchre the fortunate of its town, so the same paper
CLUB iiousii! JUST o1'1aCl1 UY THC n.oKiuLAST: COVSTt roMoniu.SSUCITION:
ones had their tally cardsbetutififd champions thono rantlilatetJ'l.orll it -

r with dainty shells on conscientiously Ltliewoo IJ serve .
piece of glossy satin ribbon. .- -- -- -- -- u + the [*v>pk' l best and in supporting

Another pretty feature of the en- He remained until the creation of I becoming dignity ntf use bane h u.i k atul\ li.i'l ,I wry |'K-a-:>ant
:- tertainment was serviettes, which the anvllate division of the Supreme I laud out of the robe he is quite different : Mi .iml Mr I Charles Milburnwtnt J II I James U. Turner lau planted l mml>)ii h something of a {tttriotic

: here real works of Chinese art Court, when he resumed the trial I without losing a dignity that i to St Augustine Sunday morning about sixty orange trees on hin place nature and at the same time enlargeits

depicting our glorious Hag. The terms in his own district. In 1 '\07he sticks to him at all time He i\t""l ; and Hfient the day with their win in Kingston.Rev. own sphere of usefulness and influence

wi was. as elegant as the restriction was nominated: to be Chief Justice I a grasp of the hand that i i.. 1 heaitv' ::,md daughter The Ancient City Myres has had a new mat of and thus attract the patronage

of the club allows, consisting of the Court of Apj-eals l and wa and strong at that of a stevidoreHis : i i is an ideal place to.spend a vacationMolli. paint put on the M. K. Church, of an appreciative ieoj4e."Inotlier .

d most delicate and delicious fruit elected by a plurality of 00,839.! home i in at Ksopus a she rt .ln*,1 1 South. \\01'11the- newspaperin
hark n1 while 1 tell
Jelly, to which was added angel food) Judge Parker student! of affairs tance from 1ingsttlI'b..re he 1wgas : what will r. nuke sour teliyll- Work un J. II. Niver's cottage w its political course, is not aimingat
and golden cake followed most much the study of law and where he 'TF tTNIX.1"t"'rurfithemof_Jn painAnd direct for its
by and of muenlie has traveled i cli> them rot\ ""'b" under way. j-tTuniary returns
j I t c.., "'n:.::1 III IS A"I;\*rcum** and Coun-
refreshing cups of tea I I and read more In anpearanre, he grew up to a man'* estate among I'I'old 't AM..rm-t IM* the.-.tkm.enri'K'gulair Ii of the* Bummer's the Wol Hrat.,w dm 1. K. Cone, of Palatka, visited his work, but at that indirect recompense

The guests departed feeling that is a fine looking man. The years friends. .. i iSaht if,f UruJrllhll'*k<-* ",....thane KN: ."1. t'...t* Y'- Cents at I sister i Mm. Jos. Ilutchinaon, the given to patriotism in the

they had passel a most enjoyable have dealt gently with him, giving -- I ----- tint of the week. Mr. Cone, who shape of enlarged jiatronage from an

al'.emooo, and carrying pleasant! him vigor" without excess of flesh or i fur 0 I Fell From His \\ heel. I has just returned from California, appreciative public. I .

b"collections. of their hostess kind. loss of endurance or elasticity.! Ho Lots on Magnolia.and Vuliwia avenues i The little son<< of Mr*. Henry Van I; says many people on the !i Pacific MOTIVES THiT "CTt"AT F.. C'.
pitality. *. is about fin feet ten inches in : west of railroad. Will build Dora fell from his bicycle Tuesday contemplate coming to Florida dur "To illustrate further: Why ',

shoulders houses to suit purchasers Easy: the He like all does a newspajier advocate Democratic '
height, braid awl deep across afternoon, and as a result is now ing coming reason. ,
William VanDorn left last Sun- and chett narrow and trim at I'lymt'ntl1001: t;JUt>. nursing a broken arm. others, is most favorably impressed principles and policies? First, ;
Jj morning for New York, where Gio. II. Fir... with Daytona and suburbs. because it thinks it is right and, '.;
tho waist, and has a quick, spring
Ua second, lieeause by so doing it estab-) I
accepted a position as cngi- still continuein .
born Mr. and Mrs.
a A son was to Ituilding operations __ .
head is set
His upon national 0---- ,
alert 111P IH' piirn
-t\.Weron the same boat that his father, step.and well-moulded neck;, and I :, for ..., bt (r f lUirnw. wi':tti lk'n l.hiatr/ ...tnn last Sunday.f this c nnmunitv.. tt'uutlnurd MI Ik cou4 .'."*) j
aaorj VanDorn, is captain of. strong

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. The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, July 16, tOO

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I This Is the Fruit Season.} -- --- J o15 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD

'. li I.. d.lim i upon |'tlPlllar plh( I 'I I t .

.. age This in the HIIJellying IlIlItI\ <. .

all through the course of nearh
You will find at our "store a complete, line
.. even newspaper{ whether it ad\. DIRECT; KOUTE TO TUB #' ,

t-at** grille l fpiverniwnt, good w,hooK 'A4 JLROPG "i -

I Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Parafine Wax, j and rietl-er finprotection: for i ilnown,

town or support honorable and capable -

i men for the high office* of the St. Louis Exposition.

I the finest of' spices, and, in fact, everythingnecessary i Stale I >

V to canning fruit. Our "lied .' I "Hut, a* Mid before, profanum

V', I ulguR>i, from the depth of il* own Two Trains Daily. -
; Seal" fruit jar rings sell for 10 cents per I I Ii :
"* i i mercenary blackness, ran not under-'I

9 do/en-you can buy cheaper ones, I hut 'tis I Rotalul nor appreciate pure and l lofts

cheaper to pay 10 cents and be sure that : inoti\+i nor labors done for anything With Through Sleeping Cars .

I hate a direst pecuniary 1'0-1; j

I your fruit will not spoil. :,i I iJerntihn. Tina condition of thin,,"' FROH l p

I -- 'i at illiMtraUnl all through the lat> I
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I rainjMign{ in i so disgusting and discouraging 1

I E: T.: CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS. I to a mAn who may I" Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. '

the lent ins '
f ; I hlIICtly trying servo 1

;:"- _!,l.StlMil...tsale_ ,l-.lililaa..iaauiu..raar.r I. ",a..u.u nu. ru'.un. t.'rt'nts of the people tliatnooneiMf l Horn: OF THE FAMOl'S

hurpriNxl+tl during the next raniMign -

.-............. .....*.+.......*.....+++*.***.***** I | to SIC the Herald devou it.1 I, "DIXIE FLYER" ):j

.'lf( and! i
: \ Useful Attic: : s solely exclusively to our tat-

tic r..i..il1lot. fishing and horticultural "
: to the luvj't'* !111111I" i. I I... I IKCrvfttn I
Fivrfc-r !It i""I I '" : lilt''lOstH Carrying i ): t the only morning sleeping car from Atlanta to St. Louis. This car

: )I... ___-=____ I !leaves Jacksonville 8:05 Atlanta 8:25 giving the
lfLkllllC .1111I. IIf 11",11\ : : daily, : p. m., : a. m., : yon entire -

: urj-.li..lHi that t-. ."" I i I II2: lull I .tfco%1t III lillKIIHOM: 'ri.KUNI 1 day in St. Louis to get located. Ii

,' )Imiiw II. 1 1inlriii II' .
ate* K:'ir. t i -'H" 0. lit'" lUll"
: itA "unrtli i: ... For rate from your ('ityY orld's Fair Guide Hook and schedules, Sleeping
i I vu-h to wiy o fr-tr words in 1'1111.
.. Our Ke Cream I rnt.r' .. uf I < llilllll..rlltin'.C JIW. Clioleraftwl Dint- Car reservations: also for hook showing Hotels and Hoarding house, quoting I

err tiiiMlrrn inure \ I S .1 I"mi lriiMi: !>',"MtjN Xtrx. V"ttk> |ttirKilntiiiHillf -. their rates, write to i
,I '! \ Vn "I cnffiTi'tl fniiiit ,
and tlw IN I *M 110. '
Jlurd.1,1 I ,.-I, I. ,' 1 .t. 111."h', iiaril| 4i-ii fur tfii yeaN ,,11.1.1111 j Fred D. Miller
illS t hat tour trawl. vuri niMiliMin .. 1..d".III'." ,
I'rh. Itrtrrbuy '.u.r "
11'utllrr nl1u, inrrj. u (full III,,' "I' I t. \ olitainiog ally ..rm"'t n.li.'fI
I l.a-t of rhiMri'ti Traveling Passenger Agent.
.iiinuiT oars lilY w.il.iki'i -
n-frful' lit tit It. inHardm.rv II" 1 :
Im*. I ttllhlhok'rn inorlinn. nod I |>rui
iif'il I 11 liuttk* of thifl n-in-Hly Ill" funi
No. 1 N. St. Atlanta
Pryor Georgia.
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<| > < M \\-H- r>'<|iiin'<) to give IM-T <'nli'i < ,
..,hi.f I tIN-u <(ii-i kk.l to trt. tli.. iiH.*lt<.nunivwli .
mill ilni ri.it IIM ,,1I'tlf tli.* Iniitl..
i ; Mason & Wall Company : I..I.I! I MUM ,,',..lInlllllm.v.1 I ,HI.I II. ,
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)I.< i n tiniiliM with that 'i.ni.niil I | ; ilnidiixit > -
.I ntoo+ iiitii.li I, III !1i i\i'i ul) lie. I
W. H ED.ODSOIna: : cr. : 1\ I"hl"'flll' Ill...lttllU*. ells. I I' IIN..Ifni ,I\. ; THE EARLIEST COMEDY. DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.
f -..1..1\1 drn1IrltN.... l lt'
I'IIIJII No 0 1 11:0] : \00" IL I l':: i' I t, -' 1. tz 1 11 w.. flared .( Alhrn* bf IlPlr.t .
h: JOHNSTON rropriftorRubber
TravrlUc AHor.
.................................................. THE READING CURE. I
The first recorded
comedy was played
Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Driven
Book. .. Mrdlrlav In (L.e. of at Athens, II. C. :Std, when Ruaartoni
Mrutal DUlrrc.. i i and [k>Jon. the earnest traveling acton \\e aiv.wfll; t'-Quil'J..t for "$truw Kl,,,"." Tin- newt turnout in the eity.'Ilui .

.............................. .t.............. One could wish that the doctor of performed comedy of Suaarion'a ,.*. ul..etall train and UiU IriNNrllgrr to any Flan of the t it.r
movable mount-
composition on a stage
nittllHne culltil In tile
occasionally e4 upon four wheel. The new form Trunks uVhvervd "rulnJ.tIy. Stulikti opposite!' I'uWk: Si'hool
World's Fair Rates. dot-tor of letter In canes of irentnldistrcMi ,
of play was so 8um..stul that the actors -
There I.I a tonic utility In '
Ii' l, M>k8. properly| (chosen wL!<'L U as were reward by the grateful Telephone 27IriWeekly
populace with a cask of wine and abasket I
From Jacksonville. : bcwrictMit to the mlrxl at chant.** ofMVU of fltf! *. __ _
4 or d,>tu** of flat water I'lMpIe
Round'I'nl' III'+ l.(. >'iiinl I rill' On do not realize that tIe tihurll''t111 Sunarl"n belon rte to McpurK' n state !

$40 65: $ ,I.. dl'II., li"i)4 $27 5 0 ... I. dlld.Ii. :+ from the iiuainulre ht the modem unrtt ,, of nnclent iretnv. while Inhabitants !
celebrated for huroor
tllll IArwntlwt I' 011" were their itmrse -
I :I'+'II N
t I Is u total forgetfultte of *'It. and
and wh.. lu their tillage daring '
H."IItI.| | flip I( I. II few know that the lienlthlcHt m-pi-iitlie the evening. "'f'r.'llIt to hold" ttl.atthey
: $33 90 SSP-- $20 95 01\! .. I'm ",.1. It to !I.<' found In reading 'Hie word I
n ittinurenlly a revel in
I 11.1'.' iii .In' dlftcniM Hljcnltlcx the negation of (tn '
which Impriiinptu ftdhl0111111..1/ with
w and ui buffoonery, phi>'eil a coutfldenibie:
The Southern are a deliberate effort on the part ofth .Itart.1
RailwayWorld's j 1'roui this word we bore our |
1 111\ aiM to lunke! hlinirlf iiiir.-iHj1 '
I In Curflund<<1 the old miracle plttys de- |
If dolors wor to riri'scrilic :t ,miim ,, :
generatedery early Into wltat but
l I Fair Route St. Louis.i <>f Vnantf or Mnllere or IlNlziic or !I! far their rellRioim Miclutlin were''
j, riternv or Dkkens or even ShukeMivareand ,
t. I I I mere farces hut the first purely ragslisb '
f : '
as ntrlotly enjoin th..rlluelllu. lu
KitlitT; ) throughtLinU unit l I ,
Imttiiii t "n' (nhnnln' i rued, \.1.| \H eomedy was one by I'dall an 11t1i i yf
"LuD-l of th* Sky" route j flea course a a they wwiltl If the treat t toLttant i v
master at Eton nnd Mibso'juently :
Oiilr line from Kloriilit nitli id OM n rail I ini.i M Linn-' I I\ .. tt.un. 01.11"| *. nient w'fa matter of diet or medicine ,
toaster ofV(>tmln terechool
from .
Throiiftli hlwinii "I\t hafts of their patieutH woukl bo
: STOI'-OVKIIS: (iOlXfiXI' Itirri'llMMi: at rill.'IJlnl inonnUuii iin.l sum t, fin 'to mend from the Qn>t moment that It w.-is .tolledltallh Ituisterholster" I
titer rt-Hort iM)'ntK in thf Cur.ilinnH 111101) i.,">t l''m.->. \oxtm f.-i \u J theiu run Id'Ul8 had phen them! a forKetfulneH : ami MHMIM to have teenpcrfoniml tQ1r
: oj>|Mrtunujr to visit tlwgtvutrM of Uorliin Knimanii spend \ncatuni i I lij mdon aN ut l.Vil. being i j
| a in f *) of n lf It I III true tlmt I'uo '
tier iuountulnn. nhfrexiilf titvn U- publittbed li: \r4ten after its I
mii'litlironirli ilitK
run iiiin-1| 1'011111 7 years
| detlitre* In [tie "Ka\en" "vainly I hadsought
i ToiftWHJ, tilt* IIlKllluihl'+. ..k authors ..tniW and "nlllut.illformall"( t tn.ip'. fn'l-' : tl .I".IfIlIl.\ fi.rin"',' ,I 4. to borrow" from my Unit our '
ups+n apjilicfttion wait of sorrow. but the opinion of
t the world 1 Is overwhelmingly npiln STRANGE RAT TRAPS '
J. C. LUSK, J him. JoM reading Is a foritetfnines :' /1 /

I Dwtrht I'tiHKnjfiTK'.nt los "s .t t |Ilu[ ; ,( ,r. t.i IU.1 k-.nvil.-, '' I IM I. 1 j of cares, and t>y the same token It U Tb. War In Ulrlrh('ultlt.arcb.E.: .. .Ire... I Illlcr ,/ \ On 04 yltoi,,
an education In all
......... ....+$9........... .....................to .., R-hkb make life 8\\t-ot ami greatl>. t<> I Ostrich eggs are ft' "nlt'IJ by the ( i 1

be deHlrcd. It lit the raletodlnarUiiii Copt an the natural emblem of watch- l c t I
-- ---- ---- fulnettn. effect
--- wLo more constantly tell one peels Dntllrtll'Iil'1I1 U given to
hint!, enough, that be never read this flee amon;: thet.e vple by tbe SailingsJACKSONVILLE
taokL-London very curious uc to whlih they out I
Excursion i ii IllT If FF: :
Popular j (
them In their public building, particularly
in those ilevuted to the celwbr- and NEW YORK-
__ tlon of divine wornhlp. Whoever enters Calling nt (Imrl.ftnii .S I'
TO( ) I Ix.th \\ 'n-
It Came I'rom a (>.. That a Sentry a Coptic hurdi cannot fall to THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
Augu la, I Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
bane above Bent
around him.
(Coluinhu, ( I INI II I During the Mi-xlcai:: oar In 1S-1..
I' Captain Kenly rt't.t'h'rl1..rll from The explanation U simple. The Dmt StTMi .' UI'f 1'I I

Friday July 22 1904. General Jultnmn to march with/ II'' chun-hes are much Infested by rata, JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
and these anlmuln. as t'lllt'rl'o! baa AND ALL E.ASTERN POINTS.
guard to a ford in the Hautaudvr river t'.ilhiiu ( ..
I I at harki U It h \\ ,iSIMIWCIKLY \
flown, have Ut-n
In the habit of crawling I
aud ptctut Its patMuice l by the Mexlcan : SAILIM: IS.
Special Train *. He reached the place, iM.tod hli | down the cordi by' w bleb the lamps Southbound from lf*i.s- Wharf, BOltolHorthbol1ll1l'
anmi''' 'pnileil, for the
| of
men with strict Injunctions against betraying puirosc from foot Catherine street JatksnrlliaCLYIF4
\\9th at the oil and drinking It. To
day and Pullman sleeping their presence eat took hUj
cars. j I i position on the batik where: bo could hinder thce four footed thieve the ) ST. JOHXS HIVKK LINK.;
trd beloutdng to h
" VIASOUTHERN overlook the ford en< lamp lit pasmtl
, I Suddenly thtre came the report of through the KUell of an utrUb (egg. Between Jacksonville and Sanford

RAILWAY. 1 i a gun fired by one of hla sentries whUb bt thiii, fixed at u moderate dl.- STOl'l'IMiT I'AMTKl.sTnll.. ST I'KXMlN: ihii: : :>H'l.llitLi: "n J
laiuv above tilt lamp The smooth t\1..IIIIt..ru..liul..l.lu..lir'K.I ,
Captain Kenly ran to the place' bav 1111 ST JOHNS: \ KHSTAM.H :

heave Jado }J1\ die 7 I l"i) |I' mArne 1 in g< neon DO enemy, and fouiul the t>en1 1 I polifrhed Hurfnce of the bhdl! offers an ,: .: City of Jacksonville'
impassable barrier to the wily and adrenturon -
Coluniliia ,IIINI.I; III I try a Cl'orgtan, coolly loading Lli |
rodents, HO that they Invariably
Arrive t. mOfihtI IM ATliilNTKIi To ['+. .
Angie" ) s I.: :>:> a m slide off and 111 \M 'III.I.uW
Tickets limited I "How dare you fire your gun?" exclftlnifl tumble to the II.rate.Iaeksoncilk........... .....'.. ....Sunda> *. ...11..1., Miii.l! llnir-l I..I-.t' Iii"' "' m
ground If
ILL .uMili I : they >
'foi d.it.
H' \ in >u t.i 1'f vile .iml a passageIt "
on last train leaving Columliia\ ami .\11':11-.1' (tllldaJllh' 1'jth g r.'turnin g I I division the will angry be nrouh captain.-vl." 'TLe"bCtl -- -- IUturning..I"'l\'t' SOl>>fll..I...... .. ... Moinlu\\ .., \\.dn.-d.n--ind. Fri- .n- ,it '.' .1tll. m

Further detailed infonnati"ii all) !h,. furnished iiH.n'a| |.ji| oke the long roll of the Sometimes Happens That 1".1. !ooulll'-nd ---- --;. ',&-.
drum came floating down the wind hhe pnuMtl und l looked about her. -1l.8111 )o.. SCHIUII : lluJlp _

J. C. LUSK 1 District)i I'usst'Ilgt'r Agent, The M-ntr> MW plainly enougb the There wan not ninth to hank at. but fA";"" a ,tupelo. ....H. ... H.. 'H JIt''nnll,. \/111" : 1"'Am'
I, trouble be bad pot Into, but he anI Elite wax a horn rnhlxT and her neck i a ...*. |. III .. '" ... .. .. I'lilutka I .. I.. ,.., t' II
100V'est Bay Strict, .Ja<<.k (OIl\'illt", Fla. I I awmdi : had to have 11 rd/f('. After alto bad .". :t tHI"III...... ..... ,.... ....... \.tor... ::11f1'1I

i ""fell, captain, you ate 1 was so gaud awhile wee -'.....-,I to ireu'e andnmbleO .. I all" III .. . .. :st rrntMH I 1111 P II
._ i alone fr half ... ... ... I' n...f urd I t Ih I .I LAn.it I I I IN} 14
-- 1' tired and cleepy that to keep myt-elf :, >r a lol'II.t"t'o abt' ..h'IC" ca III ... :o\uuf..r.1, 'I. 111' II
'? .. ,!,.,i..i,.,., ." ,.,. .,...,..... .. .....,..... ... ..... .,...'. ..._ ':! duck awake I paw I kept on tbe pointing river, my antI gun I thought ot a i I I; Hti'Hxil String airnln no one u nut she took r8101t'11 another her right louie II" II A i., Fnh": .rpri... III uI1 aS-

bow I would like to \\LliHT to it, and foot yanked off her toe slipper and

f> Drink LILY WATER. : I bans it. I forgot the pun was cmked, bx.k a jH-bble from It A kook l of relief Gener I Passenger and Ticket office,
and .be spread
away "' .nl"I OUT her face 8ft she replaced

And Preserve Your I The man escaped with a frharp rrpriI the "l"!|>|*r 8",11..r jaws related 204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
's 11: Health. I mand from Oneral Qultman, who iot"ot I their ricidlty Her i early little 1 teeth _
Z f :\11) j him word that If he ever "Rhtsrre..1" i onre more played( regularly the F. .
upon UtONMO.NliKIl ,, It.r.
I I i ) : JK \-Mn 1'11"1.:1 _'11'' 11. I I.: -, 'I. :
t \tiMilutrly freed from all impuritiesby | again Ithout ordera it would W all wad of rubber coin between them. Shealwar w. (i COdl'KH.li L.MilFrt Vm/ I' I' I 1.1 uI I 1.1 I I | '

i the Seliantx Filteration Process. I user with hew I wore rubber gain tlf.t W.n herNVIIUM I'm. lloiraii M. .I.Ilik". >n\ tll.t.II.liIlrr.Ii"ld .. I :..
I tutu | > it inutcbed HO nicely with A. : I .:....I.III.u...* Vitt. \..w \ "ikTIIKO. .

e It is reeoimnended( ( l by the llllht t eminent .......................... her rubber. nk : 'I.1Iil: 1111.11 I:. li i"II..ral rft.lil \1.:. I/I/, \. .. \.Ir t..
(J. .
I N'o. gentle reader, t.t're'a.! no hole COtR, WH 1 CL\ 1)1.: & (0
I!' physicians) ) : to I he a lief .lIt'.
pure, : U anted to exchange i, and hygienic water. I Plain and t.1M'f1t"ltrmllCll KuiklinL"' li Stute t"+t.. Ira \ "|.k
('al'- : Wheel for La J> 's \\'hel'l I. like con- A ('.urluu It al... -
I hOllattl'11.I IIU WATT It NUNS MOT .n4 The
'" coin ." the "rlrlo: i.ltht'I.nt 25 c. ; : dition ditor lA/ITII:-\E11'sFOLEflIIONLYATJJ following/ ettriuiM rule appears
.-, under pttragrai_h tfo of tbe munic The
E WM. WICKING, Manufacturer. .... .................. .... ipal rtpuUitlwns po\ernlnic burials at Dredge "KLONDIKE"
I Jiewn. Henj-e.
: "Intmnents
'i DAYTONA. FLORinA. ;! i permute after death baa taken are place.only Mii/rox: ,\ U \\n::im\: l'I"I'II""t, | ,

In all other cane a certificate signed IIr..Jjill;; lode lutltellalifns.Tomi.Uuii.liilliaiir i I to! Iutt:
.. I '
t !' .i-v Vt.o! i'I!'!'!'!'.!I!'!' .t i II'( .n.i 1 'I' i
by the
!'!'!'! Stops th*cough and h.ale lang.I Mall. mayor U required.-London TemiM ItiuMiiialiUami Sati..fin : 10'11 .It.1I ihi..ltbf .1.tddreNS

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".a The Daytona Gnzel! -News, Saturday, July t;, 190iJL !t tI


: I I Gems In VerseOld I NOTICE, *.) I II

for Dealth ; Notice ken by given that! the" following tWrilx-J lands will be sold at public l

ry Ac'i14p auction on the first Day of August, A. D. 1904, in the city of [)a1Lona. VolnwU fI
County, Florida, ur't. tnikli tlM-rvuf 1111 will U utn.fMHarjr.tu paj the amount do i
F thon: .d Philosophy I for tows tan-in wt oi'iftwile the slew. outlier with taste of such sale] and ad. Itertisiug i
i ; I' us South r'suers R t.. Scorn not the homely \lrtur We are : f

CUICAOO, ILL., Oct. 7, I9Pl.( prone I -- -- .. _. 1.
' i; months ago I w u w ill To search through aU! the world fur tome 'I '\ .'mount I
r Eift.t oJ to lu \ad thine new. XAMK.: IUH'llimoX 01' LAM I/T. HljCK.( ofTaxe i
orYit yet onutlmei old
.t n :&rl smell lh" lim .upsetthat are t'lt- faihlcm-J things I r:4L: Itili'Home Cato t !
sad I : *
' weak OW -- - -- f
'i was 50 fa hlon* "" Ir&omxh keep It code rcctt. Mary .\ (IGl U..t' 4.17: ft......................................... 5 5 f 60.30 i
; I cou1.1 a\/V4****|[ VM
.r : trd fre<)u nQy. ILail Old taih'ontd honor and old faihlon AlchurlJet'ardM..ii4UufaiOof' ; eOOft.............?...? 5 6 19.35 e 1
r,{. aDd tom l minA without greatWaVnd prayer At Cure Rheumatism j SadteThulnlwlu..r:1klft| ) ..... ................ ........-.........1 7 (.' .45 t,
'.. I co.ichc-1 M much that I Old fa hlorml patlritr that can. bU Its .\ lib It-.!..................fTr.of; u' ;i7.'i !t.._.._?....?,...,... U i 1 : 4Jain 1 1n
awl lunr were nw time, _) Hot tnlphor bitht rift relief 1 at once, qolrtlog the pilot ..,, \ I'I.sNt..e| | 2G."i It uf ht! .................................. 4 U 24.07 '

'''lad"T. throat tort Tl docU r pro- Old fnihlontd world llriilJn sacred from th. and Intrrnnl or imitisiuindUout will :..' both of these. trrrlblc Theialphurtmtmmt.etteniil eU......... Hut the lulphar matt !I 111' Toiwlfj.................fAlts........................,.1:1: <*, "and H :** 2KfI0 t I II
, '.. 'Joonced It Deg '. diww and Old fashioned mtUfactlon with tir in nch form that it on be *b orted by the tyvtrm. The oul, prrparatwa I p,,, 1.1 Shannon.|,ut 4BI/nk& 1 1. milt..................... 1 -JM/ ,.17 I
; wu oonaumptioa Old fa )Jon-0 candor and .Impllc cnounh.It\ of u'phur fw ct aalkrtrit little to me what I Il' Old Uihloiied folk lhal practice$ what >c bigani ;..JiiliuC Wiillrr.lot -''-'...II(.."! and 7 2('* :'t.60 1 J
i t gifted it and I had no d.- they prfarh.J UHancock's mite! 'w Wul..h.ill..Lut 1 '.'.'I. ,.2 and 7 2N J.Hl i

they .. A. Etlferton In National Ma cailnRetrotp Mow Urijfht .............lxitn 24 stint 2.;:>, milt. .2 anti 7 :2H! .6O i
aItftJll'6t. Loon AiUtrrjrujUdiM, me I Ida Uludt"t...... .....Lit II" liUn k 2.....1:1. 4 and : 2H 1.40 4] r
I.'WI Lad tzo.l Win cJ Cudut.l !. ct. Liquid'SulphurI S't'Iht.uTlu'IIIILM.,! .. .. .Lit 22. Him&L :. ..111t.I. 4 iiml 5 2N :I.GO I
I em' I had not and the Brother whatfrr the worM hath taught IVrr.t Murray......... ...IulMllutllIIIIMkIsub. IS( 2N 8.17 .t It
\ Stab*:!*. I kli... that I lio.v'rr dlv T." our tn-l racy n>amOur I (jiihamlern .......... ...1.l .>lM I until 2. III.. k :!. ..lilt..? G 2S tf.75
It if .VafMre'f tirrottit Utrmiridr. Such certain that It
boil itaavul I"3. I klirte many I love can otntrr In on. th">UKU to ,-vrr 1.Jt'ml.: Arne Itch Dandruff, klogworm a cure iTkkljr llrtt we ,gunrantu I>i( could tl I.Ut' inui:h luffer- Ijlaeyheltls I Whkh lade u* to our youthful homeA C.I.nh, Cancer SOT iaouth and Tbro.t,CuU, and all dl.cues of the ....!p'ur \ .' JIIIII| ....MI.Ijiit "I, l HI l,",&L 2, .'id| .. '.; :2S 1,40
*ofilttdw.I : humble roof with hllnt'tlt hurm I > Kilt by fAll rtlmblt do gquta E'I"\1\ 1 lUiniiin .LitM I 1I\1.I l 2. HU-k! I, ....IJ....WH 2M !U7. 1

ru>tcntmi.t.. rracr : Mure beauty to a home luii>urti Prepared especially for Burnt.Scaldi.Open,Cbafedf'ins.lawSvrfscr., Martha I Johnsontnlstl'tlI.IihML I. .."I.. H :/H \M
Than heritage of ht.umr l.it.dt! I lioili, ., KouRhorM of Fact and Hindi and all Skin Daf'uca. \\ \ TounU-y.,. 1 :it| .'..17
I i47foh4joo't Write for booklet on tbe curative and toilet utri uf sulphurHANCOCN
I i t'eurge l'oi'i'..H..I/ol 4.lnJ .. of n,........ I :11 1.40ndnivJoiMfi t
What SULPHUR CO., BalUnert. Mi.Jveer
Nor costly though) no art mir windows tjn.' LIQUID \ ...............tAit l \ ..ullll' ..J% of i, .. 4 ;U 3.1'1)t #
c-arptt spread tin (1
>H.| .
want freedom fromiaf I The Illai pp<>d In through the pane I ''J I Hihr.lwirN.t"\ (lut 1 ll. Sub t4 ..\ fhf!,. t HI 77

you The craaa crew green Unit the Ioor. II t'iIJ lit'11t.llu". ......... .....tI"............... .................................... ": tl; lJ11
Tai Wine cl CV
gad make one ropr.m. effort to No palntln graced our luirrow hall ( Kffeel of ....hl.r. Fire Inder Water i ijwin; t'all OiKtluk.10: ft lut"-: und 2fl All J,75>> t

will. You da not neat! to b* 1 1I The With mimic mountain wood or rill !Eery one "UtI\\1I that the heat of I- Ire ui.ili-i Muti-i mil li Is ruduced Mary. .\ Modern............n 115&: ft....................................... and 8 :,1 2.W1
grrutt Master of them nil > I I \\ 1' Spnrki4( .................... ,10ft of h'y..7; and H! 51 5,17Hiarl.ind
dUf'l Toa Had hunt hU work on every hill the will and of
1rak. belp1tss HUD fsjuiul trim otitl by I'lufini: Home small pUcf photipLorut i J 11 .................................... ..... ..........................1,1: :a U.' O fi
can bare a WOtaan s health and From bougha whrr robins 1-ullJ and sing Stl''t'U4cltuhuhlr ltrltl I' 11\ <-r the In u conical nbnixsl tumbler i I I It S ruln.luth.\\t: uf It :.0) (t, lot 1, nab! i-\..........11 52 2.MI

dos WOmAn" work k tilt. Whyrcare Like anow the apply tl.wim Ml.Tb I M(4ta strait In .J..) fit lung lh! lu>u> I I. and then (iverluR them with tbe cry' I I..* Tim Hill...............l...t 2. sub( ..\ ...................................1 1 52: Il.ttO 4
sat a tattle of Wine of wild grapr t"Iud ubote the spring eat train IUSNHK| nrr It bends it Just tnU of chlorate of IMta14b.ett fill the Suft'eWarrvii ...............Jut I 15;, sub! t>\.................................,.,11 ",'J 5,17 i

druggist to- I The poplar ahouk ulxiVtthe writ" half an loch, yet on a July day after iilanit with water and then add a few .\I..J/.knoii.................Ixil 1M. null r\.................................11 W .Hl
Cardfrom your ,I The aparrow built his m fleet nest the mm has ta'ti shining on It for s '\" drops( of sulphuric nctd the acid to toe t'harU-M! l'rlI..I."t. 11, ,,nlir\......................,...........11 32 2.O-1
1' I I And sang no sung rr"ltt'rll.1..) rule; oral Imurll. It III l uit.l to IK bent tin npidkxl directly to the Ilh"lIllhoru8 andpotash Tru- fH of Colon 1 Mumiuk' '
1 The swallow, BmiMithod his lAty crrvtOr Inch nlIJ a halt below its usual hurl crystals by ineuns of a long I..HIae.-\ lotn 11 and 12. "II-\} ................11 5'J 1.71
WlNEfCIRDUI dipped In the fr>ital J'tO,1. IloUrt U'illiiuiiH...........Ixit IH ItliM&k 1. Wall' null t.t......... 32 3. iuntal lino. The brat f the tube. If the erluiciit U
i> nu arts ei l.ropt'rI1l'llrrllocl
onH |
lilvira: WillilUlI..l..ot :21, Itlock 1 \\"II'"ut., pt........ :Ti2:! 2.03
The little plot our mem'rlMi till atoll? well lib metal a fact whloL Ul out tongues of bright red flame hell l litMMlcn.................Jut 2.1; lift I. t1 ulrlt null |)t......... :Ti2 1.08
Drtght i lo ant
> 'm aalTron >W
puppy > ;
'. The wild roe gems the criMiKV hill >roT.il hy \VnnhlnKtoii mouuuu-nt. can be wen flushing up through the James WillilUIl..l..ul. 't.'l. ItliN-k 1,11 oil' mill I.l.| ........ :.V. .I.fi() e
: 1 I And yarrow rlothia the sc1V nty flrld It In :5U: Mt liluli. but It will U- found water, the lutcnm chemical heat produced I'liilip S I..tlt..r..... ........f..lA I :U.\ft"l.lU"'L.; 1. Wall'* sub t.t f>;2 .1.
'I to Uv nUjut two liitlutt ttliclnT In the by the action of the sulphuric I KIitAl'uwurt..lut: IN 1. HU'k :2. Wnll'mil, pt........ Ii2J.O.H:
'IT'S i Some sunny Kloann'our I..its reea11 eening! than lu the morning uf a !sun Held on the potash and phoxphorua being I It r. ll\trill..I.t 19. Itl/wk \Vnirimuli pt........ S2: 2.HI

Borne That nhadomii vandal time lI't'r cannot nirm'riVa<1 ray fail. tiy day. A Hiruntt ,.ft't..t of Miuii>Lliic BulTlclent to Inflame the Utter although II \\ \Videnmii.............Lit :!.). lllo.! .k 2. \\ all'* nub pt.......: 52: 2.03

That sunlight n(">our r ran CRAM awayJ. was iwtwl at riyniuuth. wlwrtto In/ entirely covered with water.A Ida) Widfrnan ........ ... l/it It: Iti.M. 2. Uall'n Sub pt........ 52 1.08
Judaon Lord In Bprlngflrld (III.) Jo.irnal the foundation of wall the wurl'men IeorgiaJenkhi14..Lot(; l-'l. }lll.Kk \\aU'Hi tollS pt........ 52: l.OM
tt ant Thonia- llailey........Ixit 10. Illot k :'t. Wiill'H Huh pt........ J'i l.OH
FOR haft to dt'M-rnd In u dtrlog U>ll.MU Great UIBerea John A Jru4.wn1..ti !Il 0 ft, lot i. Mk firvfite'i cut t pt .'>'! 1.24:
A Comparison of Flower Those had stupidly Ixt'ti titter! At H dinner il\eu by Joveruor J. K. Julio \VilliaiiiH.........n :.1.1 ft. lot N, Llk I, lin'l"; 'iH-'H nub pt 5.'t 11.45

II I The puppies arc the brightest and the with ooim-i circular claHMnt the Vardaman of MUslstlppl subject of Harry Stiulliii.............tut 1. ilk; 2, (;im-iM-'it nib t.t............ ;;:1 t l.OH I
I mlgnonvttc I* *meftr:' ..t. top. The f ni was very coin nud the toasts came Ui). Miirhlln.vvvtMHl .Lit 13.: I.Ik 2, irenie'H Mid'I't......... 53 1.t>>i 3I
The hollyhock are tutfll.- In gunny glasses to coiKtutrnted tho rays of the ".\ very jIeJc.l toast," said (JoTernorVardamun. Horwv (;iil.Hon..l..nhlf.III.II&. &. 3.& (;invne's sub pt.. 53 3.10 -

YOU rank and row*. sun that the ilotln-a of one of the "und oue that cornea home It W Calvin. ..................tutu 11 A I:!. blk& 3.t (Jnriw'H; nub( pt M 2.03
The pansies by the bordered walk art'funn."t J It HlIItItL..l..oll117.\. 8&, (;IrwiK-'sHubpt! 53 2.81
I and nmtfdtliut. workiiM-n wore Mt on lire, nuA that ut forcibly to all men In otUce, was once '
Ii i \VWatU.lxit2blk4.irwii4.Hsubpt. ; 53 5.17
oh. the snowy IIIU- are the Ut lio less than twenty-live Get lIt.lutbl' proixiM'd by the learned Ashley 8toc."ll.tOil
JolinAJfkkMin.Ixiti.3 .\:. I, blk I, ireeiie'N; sub I I.t.:1 11..75:
that Bummer know! of fIl The occaxlou
1 surface the water Moutj> T uaaa John II \\'illiutn*........Ixit. t>. blk& 4. (!n.'Iw-N Hub( pt........... .'.:& 5.17
I The violets half hidden by the roomy farewell banquet to the governor of ItS Fulrrlotli...... ........lutsIItol4blktnrllr'sNubpt! ; 53 3 tit) "
Drink tanks are rarest The Ituuorlaala. I,: Vermont. wboe term of otUce was expiring lU-n fiiNMlfii; .................Nit 21, (Ilk I. Ilnrtw'" Mill.. '..t.:1 2.03:
The Iris I* the bravest with its banner IlVnol'llll'tll were Image liretikera.' Tie It S ruin.llIlh..I..t 2i n.I.IL. t. litv.-iM--M subpt M 1.24

I borne of king controversy re'.|Httuu Images Which 'Here,' said Ashley Stwkton. at this It \\Talv...................nlot 27, :?'M,1 2'.i! blk 4, tilW', '" t
and Men and crimson
The mess pink g*
'Is the health of all nub pt 83 3.11
are the falr.-t- Lad U'ii Intmduveil Into fburfbtM for banquet governor
I hut oh. the aalntly UH,". are the bert jKipnkr InitruHiou about .\. D. 'Mi.: They come In with a great deal of op- Mary Mwiilor .*',hits I 27, 2M.129! bat I, (invnt-V .

: that summer brings'! was In'KUU" about .\. I). ?J II S Fnirrl.it.IxiU 1.C :!. blk 5, fir vne'nub pt... 53 fi,75
I The sweet white clover crowding are' the much dloturbanre and lux--I of all.: lio; MirgeWtH4p-r.l< ,t ... blk :.1, (inviN-'Mnub) pt........... 5:i fl..:;
cozliat und ntMrrit; life In the eurttern emjiinIjeo ll111u, : .U'x IIo'rry, 1l" rtl..r I/l5: I.Ik 5, (!revue's I'ulll.t.. 5'J: 3. ',0 .,
full nftrt Not Itim. .
fields Strange to 1
The gardens and the are rttu put lu 11.I :!, blk :t, (Jnrne's mibiit M 0.75
But oh..htii the<-..angel and II.rfum.-lilies are the j-uro i lahlug Images In cbunbra In that 'cur" "It tlllJDI U not such a wonder I I m.hllr..IIJ."It..I.t..It.\. | ;.1, (in-eirn'M sub pt :.:i d..:;

and the dntrmt.In und enforced them with great 'I6.'Of in have known of a subxtance that would) W M lionlon.Ixit 1, ... 1 54 5.17

all the holy bwrKl of flower the hollet 730.- Th tvatro\erny wa carried urn gi'eotf heat for years." I II Hl'mtt) .................Ix.t- 2 and H to 23, Mil.....,..........". 1 51 rl.75
that bloom' tlir Well, coo mum your thence fortune John A Ja L.JOe 11I..1 IM) 4. .. 1 54 1.08
In the church and tilt1Il'lahuu ass
-Mabel Earle In ChrlatUn End-"vor ( What in It?" J II Urooks .................Ixit.1: nub._ 1 54 1.08 -
World occasion of the t'l.'utkl coum-SI of Nice, "J unnlcn lrl I 1. M ('oh-maii ..... ........Ix.t 6. sub.?. 1 54 l.Ort .

A. 1) .!3i. The Iconoclasts! were flualh + l'r.'I Tom (inns......................................................... ......-............ '5 60 .17

The (ircat Health Drink Little Kindn....*. 1'xcvmmtinli-attxl ut the eighth gcnerulcuuncll ...4.................11... :I F \ M I J.illd..rnlnn..J.tJl., .......................................ft and '. 64 At)0Julifa '
If you were tolllnic up a weary hill held Inter ut Con&tnntlnot'l1. I ( 1'l'ul'ntN MrH..w; 110 uf to :.12.1ft........................... 2 70 1.40
Hearing a load beyond your ate-nath to and this ontrovtTHy l ld h> th sejinrn C. Fahlan LaW'llI1H'I.TI.W A James V MU.Mvv'i I i | || .............................?.................... ,1 70 5..l.III ,

b. ",r. each nerve untiringly and atlll thin of the tiuvk Bud Latin rhunhrs. : \ I I I + I M I Ur.................. ....w :5.1 of e 102 ft.............................. 8 70 1H

Straining and lowing foothold here and destroyed log 1 I.;" MM i Miami lll.xk, i'n.Mona CulU-rt I ............. ........e 55 ft.............................................. 6lloHina 10 1.08 .
Stumbling Many InuiKen were
"IN THE E GOOD OLD Ihftf' _____i__________ [ lx>\\ r;..............II',................................................ 1 71 :2.H1
lbtI't'toflUi .
lard nUll Scotland durluj : .
And rash: one pdaaluil by would do no t.1., .1 I. "t' Mptlug.-lfuuda'sTu,. .. 1:1i: Morrin.....................*'<*)...............................?.................... 1 .1 2.81 !
und I.I\ 'iii tt ,111.111\
much lion and In the civil war 1111.41' lames-'I'Iuu.Ut.ll -, F'IIs' and. 1.IWM Wright. ....... ._....lot1 Mk l, MuL......................._.... 4 71 .l.iU
SUMMER TIME" A* give one upward, lift and go his way on each aeaietuu the destroyer as- SMlnl.l\' If 4i Mow Wright..............Lot 2, ..Ik 1. teqIJ............................. 4 71 3.M\ f
Would not the alight reiterated tOOth aH tM sumd the name of Icvuoclitgta.lletlef .....!t............1.N.N ....... IIt'n Gaines................... IxitU WL l 2t>ub...........................?. 4 71 1.11 .

Of help and kindness lighten l I..aura. (;inni.................I day? lit Hat hurun. ::. ...N...:::N..N.n.N..N 1 NNN NN.N.u NNNN....N NNeN.N.N.t MN. ; A It HolU......."...........IM10A I ll.c liufv\Ji." ................ 5 il 2.03: I
, If you were breaking a keen wind which It b a callous fact that as late an the = I'UK' Tilinan................... 5.1 ft H uf muni............................ G .1 1 OH
(I toaardAnd middle! of the nineteenth century there Neville H. Clark ( A Jlllulo..t' II nul a. 12I It............................. C 71 1.71

buffeted and chilled you aa you eslstldtlkltrd tin-re atlll eklstamoll .. .. Sidney. : Jorvm.................n', ................................................... 8IUUHTII 71 :tell) .
strove, lost may ., !! Mi M-ly.............\\ T.J> of a 2 Iltl of n M u ft................. 1 7':! l.OM E
Till bffl." and bewtldrred' quit. awl, you aim tu R tbe eoutl l'er'ple of Pavan and :: OPTICIAN. __ JtniihItoUrt*..............w 7.1 oft 12-1; ft............................... 4 7:j 1,23: ,::
The Iht'ay.
--- adeIi 'iousrefrtwhiug .n Dower to Ser Tyrone a tielief that nit way I U- !1 Ij Andrew Wal-U-in.......... 220 ft............................................ 1 73 2.03
fcllU H move. .
M And one If only for a moimnt> 1Ipi1l't' charmed away by rhyme and oilier I II W KiDK..luD.............w 3M' ft of n\ lot Ii i. !huts 7, H, 9, \
beverage made from rii i'ct S.nPulcuetto \' Gave you a shelter from the Utter blast mapk-al tueunM. One of my acquaint :.:1 ,t mid n US ft lot 1 u. ilL :2, ColHiwn.. I6i3:. .

Would you not Opd It easier to face ancm was toll by an Irtlnuau of a :: I ii Civ.iiity T IG'illy..s 100 of n 10.1 ft, lot fi, r oMVmh, ct <,

llerrit-H. .\Lo\olutd: 1y freehoe The storm again when the brief ret was case of "bUtctlng" nits that Is, ofclearing ...... Uknk 2. Culfiiuin. ............................ 5.471.3M ".
harmful drugs!. pant' tlieui out of one place und :: i..t Ii( \\' KiiiRxton....: .......n lH71 ft of lu-a'li nt lot 0, blk 2. '
pt'rnicitms and there lit no much. .. ** Colviimn ............. .......... ............. 2':1&: .;'
There U no little them! In another Xo j li'c was :: uI
Malta ttinmlaUv the Liver, flu,,)hw* We weigh and measure and define In lodging :: U Sarah Covvart.............tent I .1. Mk t. sub lot IM. blk :t, .'
vainA playwl. If It't'd the metbud was a niynttry. .. sttl Coleitian ...... .. ............. ... ... .. .i
the Kidneyx acts ilinttly on the look 11 word, a light reaponclve In.touch. but the rats came flocking out of :I I'Acs: I Examined: I I Free. :Hi .:. (C A linllollgb.: ..............l-ot. 1.\ :,. blk'I.: !UofpTN................ :2.03( '
Can be a minister of j'y t" loa mill and granary an hour before midnight J 1
llUlder. Slake llnt4 ** A man can die uf hunger welled In cow: rooted tu a tviunactnift :: ;: H. F. DOUGLASS
organ IHT quicken hop to stronger I and away :: \ link f Ji'wt in. Stun- t]''I ,

. 'form their fuiutioiiH in a nahlnllwiythrrl'ht A crumb Lrrath.may withholdSome I H1 to their. newly 11'1.11111'Il"I..:. :::::!?..........N.......*.:..:.*.*.*....::.::=.*:*..NNN.NNNOOOOOa00QQQti000i00i000iii u J l Collector Ctly ., Dapt.a.. t tjj 1
And every day we glvo or we Int;*. It wa a brilliant tuoonlUlitnlRbt.
keeping the Ky&tPin in little thing which tells for life or and neoreu<< of ptvple be Wes the ---- -- tc,
death __ i J
: narrator followitl them aa they trooped

pl'rlt\l: an.| healthy conditiiin. Song of Spring. dawn the road: and through a lee.liiK | DR. BRUSH :0 I: PLANTERS. 'fI
Spring! pprlr.g! Tillage to their destination.Sondny o .
the )fa l11ll1t'. _____ o Iii ,nrxiiin: rinsirixN .I
Birth la "they'll"wood. and birds on o .
.1 Hint. e .i
wing --
, Living erica out to you HP- The roust dlifteult thing In theenw o e We have I KM.JNNI' lunl.li-l l I rt''t; now griming 'f.
t.:: Fragrance What I* all doubt shout to to you.)cM.I.Wht'n of a .rotiiiK man be to make up hHiiiltMl O O i 1,1., : qu. |111..a.: .< .. a :St| ialtDR. \ : in our Nurseries Storks and! varieties to suit all it

z It U fprtnK to.Why atari don't ritfht.SlMk .you mak up youM o o : I I >iU and lorationN<< where orange and grai' 'fruitanliognmn r i
, Sold at All pluck Illrd1 of Hlrd them! -herd.! tc start right now?- Baltimore Seas..Snrtbrr ,,0 o E. R. BRUSH : I <- Some tir*"- for Minuiwr .planting s"

How rn V. welcome them merely with -- o e hi.MIS: : : n"l1' rant (o ,'all! your attention to .. 1
fish 4tnry \
Soda Fountains. from the Mid to u* 1"l'Iit .'IKh1) ears are burning awfttlly o o

'--- Ilat't.U1.)1"88"1If nod- ljlC1U-to.ur. U. *O \. ';11 1'1"1,1 \1"1111' l Trees For Fall Planting. ;;;
the birds! Second PlatoSomebody must w lj-
Hrounht ty III.i, ," ,Mi.' I'ui.ih NC.) oloeoeQeeeoeeaoeooee ,

N. ERICKSON Love. I.jve! talC Statesman about, you frficttfallyYonker! 0 c.iiis .eeea.e.: Tin I ..... ..11.,1.1. In' rliy ;.iL''l I ii'i\\ in uplcr to ....'- j :

Cloudnhlpn atiOTe1,' .." '* C'>t love < ore \urM'lf u :amM | ": '|' theft \'<>u getiru -
Cabinet Maker and Tree trOnelwrtwIwi1l mate with u. -' I them > 'ATAl/Xil'K will 1.1,
I haring" our fate with u*. ... .... .... .. .... .... Q ...0.......S... Q.ei: ly to plant IllIf net
Who will Us great with UII .,sql |he' issuetl telling all alsmt trees variflit, i;
thing u* love! .
Woodworker x ..tlx'ks locations, rtiltivation. etc, and you ran

I! Spring' Spring'Wonderful thing! Only the Best Groceries have it for the asking. We give you the benefit '

Doors and Window Smnn, Pk-tnre Raves on the shore of It clamor andcling .. (if f yt"8I'M't'11M'rit> /:.' and the best value for your

Yonldings male to order. All Uud u( Hloaaom aburt In It. .. .. money to t* &had of any tttgh-rlasH nursery in Florida. .:
*raiLnre) Jtt.palrinj ,JuI\.. on short notice luptur la nursed It. .j
( but tIMI.IMMM in its awl tlatin
It. Nothing grade
Immrret-d In ,
Earth la handle. Our : ,
"huon&Llt' Are the kind
pritrs.t siring : we
r Exquisite Mth.. i not ton notl l for yon AH inquiries cliferfully
Cotta.(\' Avenue, Dajtonn "1\. -Elhl'l M. belly In Lt..lIt'
low is consist- : lsanl.l) t I. .
I Aiplration. : prices are as as ; re '
UI I'1 A'N'S Tabulw Thy dally duty rightly done" .
T what the station. with high grade articles. :
, Doctors find I*No preparation matter well begun : ent The Ocklawaha Nurseriesto. -

A good prescriptionFor I For future coronation. Dried Peaches Apples and Ap- :
; :
mankind To do thy rnrt. and do It well. :i W. Conner Prop. Tangerine, Fla I
I humble toll may bind you. I
T1ebfstpackrl "noujCh f..r u"uMI! ava virtues that eicrf ricots 15 cents. :
the :
train ;
1kIa. Tb. t""I.hl" Will nI
family ( Milt I'M crnt.I| I .hall find you.dye _
.f aNspfrlrtorarar. All druul.t" ....111111'11I Till nobler spheres .
reach .
sudden bound we .
not by .
.t\. The coal we often sigh for. DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS i
,........ ..... ............. ; ." Ihe dn-amt WI' IIchtir rrt'arh ,

: .1; ; JACKSONVILLE MI-TROPOLIS i i That we would care the to die for.way S. "' CAB nOLL, K: lI I.I.I \I III.\r.I I'rolrlt't.or.

slowly climb upward
'7 (Hatunlay'trdltloiu i We McCvllan fiat Edward, Mana.r.,
I And scale each: ol'J'C'.u'on- .
and the We turn the darkneM into day
't);.'I. DAYrONA QAZinTIZ-NHWS Ito And win by transposition brings : The Grocer. : Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turning, Inside H J i

honest "
-1'r! And every ('olonialColumn I'onLColumM&nd
New Subscribers :
f'nclt'&vor. Yard.
U. nearer rAnd Work and Wood paiiej Ma.ie to orderI'LOMTO..
awrkenings '

-e Y O e3ear for $1 J .50. i Have all song our glad of-Unitedrprabytertan. i.I I. ........ ........,............................ ...... Il'1 UA"'TO A. FLORIDA

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!The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday July 16, 1904NHrNINININNN .

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The Gruber = riorris Hardware Company. .

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

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---I TII12 DEMOCRATIC I'LATFORM. I II I Peninsular Pointers. I:11111111111111111111......1111.+1x.1. 11111.1.11;. 4f
The 'mll'ratil'ational I Conu-n- I Economy. in ( loverument.cxjHMiditureti. Mr. and Mrs. W II Freeman Fin Shoes -' :"i

Published Every Saturday. family have returned from Macon, .* x
hag its labors and
tion completed presented -1
Women who want neatwrciceable
- of the United 2!--.llsrrdute I acquiesteuce in the O.r, where they went to attend the -
to people
IWnTlOfIULO.. PCBUMIKK. } and stylish tins nt n f fmoJ..rat.a
States an excellent ticket upon a good will of the majority. 50th anniversary of the marriage of >> ITKV, that will fit f

Subscription f 1.50 per Year in Adran.w. platform says the Gainesville Sun. :Imjuirtial lawn for capital and I Mrs. Freeman's: parents. Shortly : well and wear wHI l, can find !

Notice 100'I..r Line EochTime. Judge Alton 11. Parker of New York labor.JImproyeuiemt. II I I after their arrival her father J. AV. : just what they want in \Iii.. 4, ) r

Readlnj the of waterways.5Against i EJliJitlll, which made their trip avery litOf\ W. ore {IlOtIith... that fur 1 f
candidate -
in opinion strongest
is, our
I tbe !bftve slaws thAt
: lrk.'t'(1)
Kat.nod at the IWofSce nt Baytuna that timid! have been nomi- :; iinperiali sad one, rather than a bright more than c |ual nJ1'110M' tel

Florida a* fWond (lass Matter.SaturJay.July'K while hia Thoniugh legislative i investigation affair which they had looked forwardto
nat{'d for president! running : .e\\ hen !Mud of fine quality I I I.

---- -- ; mate. Ex-Senator Henry O. of iovernmental departments at first. Nine children and thirty- : kldskinsoftnndrmuoth. Solid .f ,

), l'.)OI. Darin, of We*! Virginia, is a man 7 -(Vwtaniw Kefvubliran arty i four grand children were to have : leather nok <, Sold countem I a p I !

...- =_ feiwrtrnents been at the anniversary.Mr. f Smooth inside-no roujtlijihirw 4a
executive present
GoI-Nl-- afe and I slue, in whom the interests for allowing ( ;
to hurt the Wt. ID short, they i L
; of the people of the greatest to make contracts with the trusts.5Favors and Mrs. Harry IJuckLind and : contain everything that nmkw 1a
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F r I r..I.t'I.t.LTOS country on the face of the earth revision and gradual Mr. and Mrs. Gus Johnson, who : good "bol' Made iu Hlltoev -i i

.\ u BROOKS: lea :Yolk.r' : CANKER. { would l>e safe should cireum&tante reduction of tariff to raise revenue have lou in leLand and Do Leon bapen-w id *, tedium or medium t < i '

..\1t..I.rt..it...' t, call him to preside aver the destiniesof for simple Government necessities :Springs; for the past few days, returned It uixrrovv, heavy or light I i< :1
home this week. : Wle. If you want n Shoe, we '
IIENItn li i LUIS' :*, the} nation.. Judge Paiker has only < I

..f .. ..., \ l 'iut, long been noted for his frank honesty {-Dunonncet rebates by transportation Miss Iluth Allen, who has been i can surely please you --1'< i i1 t t'i

Stte Ikle and th'K% who were }loud in their companies{ :\most potent for the past five or six months with It. J I!

For United SiiiijAMKtf ..4 S.11atur, criticism of hin. silence prior to his agency in creating trusts. her grandmother, at Georgiana on II I 1

: 1- ., \1.1 \nltlto.: ( .nomination were wuml that he 10-Denounces trusts. the Indian river, returned home this i Clothing, Shoes and .< I 1I t
I' tI
For Lldlr..llulll would be heard from at the proper I1 l (Favors enlargement of powers mvk. I
rU'Xk < I.th.r \ [
time. That his friends) knew their of interstate commerce commission. i :t Gents' Furnishings *
.\. I'rwid..ou..I Klcinr:" *. .\ crowd of the neighbors ol J'r' 0 e

II. 1'. HAILKY.T. i man was fully demonstrated after his lk-ekman gave him a little surprise'

A.JL'NMMJS.: I nomination by his action in sending 12 .- Favor reclaimalion of arid Friday evening by taking he and : DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

J. (C. l H. KOOX1E. a telegram to the convention informing lands. his bride unwares on their first It

.\ l 11( SKWTON.: the delegates that he was a be- //3-Pkdge.: party to construct evening at home. A delightful time : PECK EL FOSTER Proprietors.

F.For II. KTONKMAN.lioH'fIiOf.U'oUO believer in the gold ttandard, and Panama ninal speedily, honestly and was $j>ent. Light refreshments were :Itt>tAAlt111tt1t11tt.tFI.AA1rARR111 ....1111111111111111

II. II no\\",\RU. inasmuch a* the convention had economically. herved, and after a short but delightful .

For Srrvtury of Stat.., omitted from the platform all reference 11 Doc-tares for election of Tutted evening the guests departed held at the parsonage last night ami i MnmbriV I.ta.e.

II. CLAY nmVFOKI). to the financial quetdion he :State: Senators by direct vote of the leaving their best wishes for the was well attended There was quitea Mr. lIoult'kt.re you the nun
For Attoriiey-ieiieral( from Mr Slider's to fix the water
deemed it his duly to make the fact people. lenghty and interesting
Iwppy couple.MS pngram
WILLI1 1 II. KI.I.IS.: lll'l tThe
For Comptroller, known, so that another tundidate I 15: Fav.'rs Statehood for Terri J Ilildegarde Webb, of Ilighl'rillg8 consisting mubic, readings, gamcb, I'luwLt-r-y., .Ir. An bt Ml

A. C. CltOOM.\ ) may I lie> nominated, in ca.e the convention tories etc., after which .the evening was"topped it'll cowl you $.'*).
arrived here Friday on a Mr. HousekH-j Wbat111! M
For State Treiviirer, did not agree with him on -Demuitds>> ; extcriiiination of off" with and -
visit to her grandparents, Mr. and lap corn social hUD't seen tbe job. He doesn't boY
\\ILLI\MV. KXTt.For ) safely the money question. polygamy. chatter. As usual, a very pleasant I bow much I want done.
Mrs M. L. Lambdin. She will re-
:;1I1..rill 'llIl..tlt' 1'ulilic Instruction, I "We con fens that we cannot .seethe 17 DenouuccH) Ship Subsidy bill evening was Tbe riuiaber-Mebiw not Dot U
WILLIAM M. HOLLOVVAY. main through the summer season. told me burr much to do.-CttbofleFtandanl
I necessity for Judge Parker pending while favoring upbuilding mncrchant -
For Commissioner Agriculture, F. C. Allen of few and 'nlDt"tl.tli ..
the roes age, for the :action of the marine. I was out town a
It. }:. M< L1X. A VERY CUE CALL."I .
For Rjiilro e4.lmmi""iohfor. (I convention left him free to deal with IS Favors recipe city. t days this week. lnlupp.llel,

JOHN L. MOIUSAX.( financial matters as he deemed best. I Condemns race and sectional WeIey Ilerriik and M. L Bruce Muck to my engine, although "That was n brilttent defeo yeoraids
I of that crtmlML You de ent
For Ktat. Cheini.it. I It bhous, however, that he is an honest prejudice, null accuses Republican. were "floundering" she Inkt Saturday every joint ached anti" every nerve crttlit for bib Hitjulttal.Well ."
racked writes' C. W.
R. IHOS: :. man in jiolitics and one in whose convention of attempting to revive night. They had great suee55. was pain, ," niiMWfnil the young lawyer,

For Juntice Supreme'. Court, Six Years, hands the reins of tliem.L0. Bellamy, u locomotive fireman, of I i "1 "Url.t-d hard Hut It warn't u nach
Burlington Iowa. "I weak and
was have wi b dfor.
R. FEN WICK TAYLOR.For of a victory aft I tulxbt
l 1)0 entrusted. : Condemns HcuIJlitUul\ Messrs. Raleigh Keating, Joe I without and
Justices of Supreme Court I I pale, any appetite alii I Since the case woe tried I hart
ROBERT S.iM'KHKLL.: There is no doubt that the business ministration for extra session, for [Price and Arnold ('orn wa, of Pa- rundown. AH 1 was about to give Htcontl lBoration that leads me to

THOM ASH. SHACK LKFOIlll.: interests of the country are the .Philippine>> war, for usurping, j ju- latka, pent Sunday here They I up I got a bottle>> of F.lwlrir: Bitters, i U-Uwr that be wa, actually InDO'f lI '
and alter it 1 felt well\ -Wuhlugton Htnr
taking ;is UHI
J. I1.WIHTHELD. I afraid of President Ihnsveh and dit.inlllOwefi\ preventing investigation took in the dance at the Casino Sat I
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I I ever did in my life" Weak
f For Circuit Judge, that Judge Parker has u splendid of poetoffice' frauds. unlay night. titkly, run down people always gain n'UIIIU: %'" .1...... .........11.% tSI' 111-
/ MINOR S. JO( \.::' .
1 chance to carry Democratic(' banner -- -- Quito a number of families June new life strength and vigor from "Ih.tlut aRYlcnl

For State Attorney, to victory. Let all I Democrats TIU LAUiCS favor |>:iiii inx their arrived on the beach this week and their uc. Try them. l.SaUtfactkmguarantctni I I Thten-iuwfy. certain to I. m+4tt m

f JOHN C. JUNES. rally to his hiipjturt and assist in burr Iwo. ami th..nfonw e III'JC" ..veryminister things are getting quite lively here I by the Atwood Puarmaey uhiMMtl every hontV Lk-for'. the .NIIIIIUII !Ii
t County Ticket. tit ivitifHilHT ",' Bile n liliernlquautityof ) and i ,I. M. Jones' drug store.Prut I over. I It ritll always IMderll| Diii
placing the great jurist in the chair the Iunglla. & Martiftrt now. -ri even I Iniuont Mevvre ainl lruM'"nl\ll
i4'< l't'nb. .
, For Kepivm-utatiteM \\ occupied by the "bronco busier." Desist te.lItt the' (Miiiitiiig.Varn Uev. J. II. Troxel and family, of I 'ala's. I It in w| H "ii lly valuable\ to 110m-
C. I.. SMITH. \\ And nm-i-H likcpikl.Don't -- I iner dioonleM in rhfldivn I It IK plealaat
T.J.Sl'AKKMAN. --- |wi\ $1 'd(I a gallon fur Linwtt] I Daytona, and Mrs. Troxel's mother, to take ram) never faiU to god.' iirumpt
A CIc (hi'lIrl"I ( For Judge are sending on ,
: The Beautiful St. Johns River other in with | hie! I ''I t "::1''" 1.\. all ttuubutArYroe ,
IUIMHM a "-mi a
J. I Mct'KOKY.For Seeing the face that wean a
in one of the :Stewart collages. They I I
One of the pleasures of travel in (Niint liilwl on it. bright and clear complexion: the inference I -
Jude: of (Yiiniiml Court, H ninl (Ii iiiaki-11.: then-fore l wl Ik'n }oii came over Tuesday. ,
Florida this time of the i"i that the individual has ,
L .\. STEWART.: at year a want foiiitt-Hi unlKiiiHof (mint boy onlyeUlit M You
Mr. and Mrs. II. I1. Godwin left
of I. A .11. and mix HIV gallons the of
trip on the :St. Johns ]fiver between / : personal' advantage general TnaCrtetHealth
For I'rtMHCUtiDK, Attorney, l ure UuHeeti Oil with it, and thus jp'timiiit \Vedaesday for Montgomery, ,\a) | health. I '''n
J. W. 1'EUKINS.: Jacksonville and Sanford. The { at less than $1 :..Or\ Cation.
; Many hoiwt an well (,,,intl'dII.itb They will stop over in (Gainesville Continued exposure to direct I -
For Tin Collector Clyde Line are running astrictlyfirstclass four pnlloiw of I I. & M amid thm gallon for short while I slut rays, as exlertetn'etl in country I ..........................

U. 1'. SMITH. service and its patrons> of LitMeetl Oil iniMil thftvwith.Tlteite life, and also to a city's duty ami *
Mn Dixon, Mm and mother, of anted to cxi-hanifc icnt's New i
For TaxII"'I'Nlr, are well plea*'\l.! The rate in teach ...t..hra".II"'illll'| ams.ddbyIt. I smoke, dries the skin, clogs i its putt
$. II. \\'I1JoOS.Fur direction between Jacksonville and H. alai-y. June atnl July. Live Oak, have rented one of the and renders them inactiveandgeuu- I : Wheel for Lady's \\ heel like conJ S

Trvuurvr -- Stewart cottages for the summer liarljoriug.Applications. I ditioil. l.ditor (i\lL:n l-'EWS
County Sauford is only ?::1.! ;;., i including ', Si.

JAMBSJ::; V1V/ANT. meals and stateroom berth and i i i.. For'" ,1 I'rtt. I '1'.1. Mi-Murray, of Daytona. are of Ihsiixk'Ligi nSi > i.: ... ...................+..

For Sujierinteiideiit! of Nhnot*, It', I
I IIEIIT: FISH.:' certainly J very cheaj Si.-iiuu-r-t i ', / .. T .-. II. I.. I\orltt'rsll'rger has gone on I Ia For Cirvuit Court (Vrk, leave Jacksonville, Sundays, Tue i .I foreign: material is eliminated the FOLEY5nOJfiYA.'iDTAR
slmit" trip to the Woild's Fair.Mi9 .
S. I U.>> JORDAN.For days, and Thursdays nt 3.30 I' M skin effectually dfoAnl'l' and the atopi the cough and he.h IQq.BEIT |

Sheriff and are due in Sanford rah+'ut '1 I .1. Trumbower and son returned complexion restore(!l. Hancock I.i

J. R. TURNER.: Saturday) from a short visittoiiciteva miiil Sulphur ('0., mails free lMrkletdiseriling I
o'clock the next morniug: l lavc >,u : : I I'I IMI,
For County CoOl millllioDl'III, I : Fla. Mrs. TromlwHer's fu1IltUr'adual value for

I 1 F E. NON ford returning to Jacksoimll, ,If; mother Mrs. returned the complexion and a* a healing ,\1'1'' II: EY-\T-L\

T. L. ROI)( Elt.". 9.3)A. M Monday, Wwln!... .,, | tr Lathenmayer, agent.
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I ith them.
I* 1.1 I Mla
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T.J Itltn.\Y. and Fridays, due in Jacksovill. _' m'

?t > R.l I L ItROOKE.W. A. M. the following morning: 1'.1"sangl ._ Mr. and Mrtt. J. Field, of Indian- t.4pt'l'eitl F'o ti.i lira fur E::1/111I111" g aDd

\ 11.111 ItItIDF. ohi, Fla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drink That You Can. t'erfrrtiug Laud Tn:.i.
ctJ may retain their #tat< tl, ,'III'! "Drink deep at knowlMae's, fount or not
r. For S hool Coniniuwiouer, getting up at their leisure.If The rhlrk U hat tlimutttY? I .Tames Ikggett. at all"

1::. }'. KNAITK.: you "i..h} a cool and pleasant' The liurkluiKmi'd cry, too It I Miss> Belle Caverhill, a niece of Such"'Enough.iulni". al ay. mk on. err DR. j. II. PIF.K5ON.
.r U E CAl'SEY.: your ma made you wear orerkLcH4wh I
trip, with pleanty of good things to *" you went' IwlmDIII06I1c"W'f'klr. "(grandma Smith," is here attendingher Fur one should take a drink however URN I l.T.PcckHl.Mk .
i July CHANDLER.: eat and nice stateroom I I small
'.. accomoda-- ick aunt. Miss Caverhill arrived Bo Its enough on ubleh to bane a ( oplltsi11 :N "mil Itlllg'I'; .
ttons. our advice is, take a trip on bluff |
Now is time for the Democratsto I the beautiful St. Johns river. i ,- -- -- here last week from her homein |
Da\i I I !. rii.-n. llh'i'iii |
... ON* L\n\ HWllMMK'HKTMIX MILD IU'T.It. \ Canada. Words I I i
Would FaiL"how
get together and elect Judge Alton 1- I .... .. nt' ,'"\)II.HI.IIt''UMAI'H: ; i
The Junior League their des it feel to IKJ dlsappofnttul
Wbton ,
Hrooks bilious tuUChaniUrlaiu'iiStoiH.Li gave
Parker the next President AM I.1VIH: T.\lII. :TIo. I
I, in 10\(1)r'i : D."v! \ !1NMT\! "
and Li i
of die United Suit. druggists .1 ratiU-tn ro, nU- \I.\ all I have, believe.., mild Hft.v dozes of first hoe ('ream social Thursday even -Ev.r run over by a railroad train
riinmU'ruiin'MStoiiunh and Liver Tablet ing. It in New. Trt'in'l' \ ''Jr..e8.I .
-- wan a 8U'f'f'l every henw. and then have noine one come and rub Kuipmt| "
the rei-omnieadiitioa of
on our tatty
A Chicago club woman N1NN.1...NNN.1.1.1. i j IH-IV, \\ 1." first iHiiiKht a IM X of them The whole affair wa planned and alt" ::0.10o on tbe sore places I Comf'irt, iinf| .it j : I'I.inihnlanor 11I''t\
recentlygave : I i ,alum ii \'iir iijyru. Sinin'\er tars ol tell worked out by the little i c.i. i r i 1.1 i c': -
her club the following motto: ;= Round trIp Tk'-.ct from JacksonI mi In t id 1 luhliorn mind (rii-iuN about tlie ones. They use trying/ to tell 1ou." I 1 Xo 10 I I'1,1)' :.trs t T.I.I | I hH + ,''-.1

"There is so much that i is bad in thebest >llle toNew: York \U Mallory Line i g..oil HUB' iifcfof themTahletn..-I'. M. gave the most that went into thecream ... --
t7 Inquire at slumPrutTKiiit.. n".tlt'"l..r. lad The and I
of us and so mach that is g good 1 T / |"I"I\-nllt iitirjrntive i-ftV,.t of tlwneTnlik'tni ) candy, reducing the ('1- 'HI' Fn TEKKIHU M. M. D.
QAZLTTK-NUWS: office. : 1)I.'TI1. H SEEIYE A.
4 less than (
1 in the worst_ of us that it doesn't behoove : i mak>'tin-in. u ft\'"rih' \\ ithlierv 11l11ie-tt.\\. pento $2. They tookin j ,
I 1111NN..... i \\ Fur sal bv all lruJKiptl' $ 10, half of which will)) be The family of Mrs. M. I.. BoM.itt. I
| any of us to say anything ap- 1 11ysitt.'ianr11111Stlrglt'plln .
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llargerlon Tenn
t "Iiett l on church saw her dying
about the rest of us." ............................................. ....... l Young improvements.Julius and and were J tower)let* to save her. The i Otfi.vuuil ".si.lru.w 1 Ii: :'., Ihd: !,;' .IIHA

: : daughter, Mix. moat skillful and i I.. .p.1Ii.
I physicians everyremlely Olltt Hour: ; i..yi! in. i n
L. Z. Uurdick will I
J leave Sunday faifetl
WosDEurt. N'wt while cousnauption I. "-,
Edw. G. morning for St. Louis to take fit the wan slowly but surely I taking "rd"III"I'" \II.

t Is displayed by many a wan en I HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER i "big dhow.:' her life In dais terrible hour Dr.

f' during pains of accidental Cuts, The ('arllt'liters'iIl be King's New Discovery for ('un mnp-
soon rtadv
; Wounds Hums Urui{ tion S. H. Gove
es, Burns for the despair into joy. The ,
Scalds Sore feet stiff i plasterers on Mr. Niekerson'scottage first
J or joints. Itulthere's : bottle brought immediate reliefand .. I II+ .1t'TOL.I..d..I1
.Uanln.I. HIILI "i: AN
no need for it. Hucklen's Arnica on Vallfy street I.. l. Bur-{ its continued IlIiie completely I .. .
!Itl-M.I.! | ,. llKl.lU"v 1 1t ':;
: Ittt |l| "I'!
f Solve will kill the pain and Zj dirk, contractor. cured her. It's the most ctrtaiu ,
cure the trouble. It's the beht Salve j Peck Block 'Phone 91 .: Mrs. Dipgins i of Jacksonville, has cure in the world for ail throat and 1'110/1 "'t .I .1""ll I \ I I'i ," '' I ", < I.!.I':'II J&.

on earth for Piles, tl>u. :25c at the Ix-en lung trouble. Guaranteed |M.IIH.
a guest of Bon Air
Atwood Pharmacy and J M I JOIU-H' for ii
drug store ;......................... ..........................: I several The I regular days the' Atw.MMl, I'hanuaix. and .1 I M IJliIW' I fOLEnIIONEfA.'I tAR
League social
was drug store for cA tlat.a t 141.. ..,... I. ......


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The Daytona Gtuette-News, Saturday, July 1(5, 19HffHTS


w [ SEEN AND RECORDED 10 D.\ys. Id DAYS.) r- -- I I -

s .Y, Wide embroidery at Moore Ilrrrt.' Stts the U-ht dollar eml-r .i I,.i.>. ;,t I

htereitlflf Budget About People only 10) trots JHT' yanl.H. Mu re Bros.' ever read.11'nl. !. ?r. ,

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:: :sf: >nj Events ol More or Lew 11. t ---- -.---- Rollins College.
r Thorp exjKx-tb a ntUnion .
<. Wii-king Wrt U'itoitUf to
KcaJtrs. 4- I
To Our
Interest touring, OJrt'ry hhui tly. --; .
Fat khonvillf 11 Pducaln, !
r I. I Twentieth V'ar UJK.IU> October, Ajh, 11NU.
the I 42.'l.Jfr \t. ,
y. '(}fo. ll, car. taut r. Mrs. \YVhbcr} rl'llllllt,1 I & 9f
Sunday Walter **
f -; I'uMtertui! lw d'sp lily<<| of #&

_,'* *. Rube McDonald! is visiting from a \Uit i with friends atTilu..- his Louse and lot in Kingston.Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Ph. D., President,

i-\\with friends: Osteen. L. W, Baldwin, -Miami, i in Dr. Merritt Corthell, I f.

.a A gughter wan pant to Mr. and Her. RW.1R01 Palm Bench the giim (lr'R,11',1I.1dAanwtn11rR. ( I Winter ParK, Florida.

[: Vri. Otto Wf liner Thursday. preached at the, ILtptist church! last Biddnin was a resident of Daytona (ocr LI T. I .f

Sunday.Mrs. !
>_ Graham Thompson has the frame several years aRt and Rays the tnr"M'rl.|> .\..tor Coiiit ::II \\'. 'illh St .
\ rllit be" building on Ileach street Henfonl lK\u' n has Wn ill changes Live }U.'n NO great that it New \ .r* t'ltt.. Xow of I 4I

tndllt t'tJ. at her home on Second avenue the wa* dilTuuilt at first for her} to )Hx'ato Intcrlar'hun Flu.( I
'Ip'and ......................... N10000NON10 '
past \HIt.-k. old) landmark. .
yl liM Mamie! Dillingham arrived! will \i..itJJAYTONA i.

.t Wxnfl S turday from an extended JmW8.J.O'l.ltlSA, th )
,_ ., _-:' with friend in Ohio. has an ail. in this week's i issue of the ways servo on the wpjiro, I ,

OnZ't tf'eft H. At Gnnflling's Bakery.Major I Every Saturday AftftmNSCHMIDT'S n
!Peck returned to
_... Anna

Miami yesterday, after an extended Melton A Cameron received a ecru J. A. HendrirkH has had 0 1K1 : i i i ron e s

wit with relatives in this city 2<}-h., p. I iK/iler for their dl'l"It lgt+ piles driven in the river in front ofhi VIM.A.

\\Vlneftday! store, and will the .
morning. move pagoda Kxnmiaatkiii In+'.
Mid-Summer I each Picnic
The i .:
The union which now stands in his rant nn !I .
rnjnyallooutiug will IH -- --
'Club' heM n1'r) prayermeeting" )
t'.em! This will make nice red t
Heating's Casino Tlmr14IInftrr.* held at the M. K.: Church next u (1:11..111. iwiuiHT, the I' rI., vll
.it renting place for .It'atritws ..
?, \Vednewlay. evening + along of Mr. and Mrn. J. II (iuiiinn I < ''i.i tI i ..
: : aoon. Beach htnvlMra. .
last week ;;t Warren, I'" +\ 111"1"t +tlir i .
4 / |Try our Bread. It in the best ficbh Pound Cake, Matnroons -

of" Jfcjtona bakery 'Phone :24Mr. ? and Lady Fingers nt )Daytona) MM! .Jennie I" 11 1. and Bennett! grandchildren, daughter,, parents an vi*+iting. : In Colors and White at all prices. If you

Bakery. (;t'O. II Poote hat let tin- < .iiti.ut
and Mrs.I Joseph Zapf and Clmrlurt and Edna (Bennett left '

i > daughter of Jacksonville, are thogneaU Mr. and )fN. J. I.. 11')'c he, ofDunnelloii for Gnodallj where they yesterday expect for tlv. erection of thre ImtH.snnYnlnm I, contemplate using a number of Beds this

'" of Mr and Mrs.I I Henry! ) are tho guests of )1 r. and to tmkc their h xne. They have avenue west of Ji": hr'n.NN1!

;-6cbmidti. JI( Maxwell( }Hankins.W rentwl! the White House, at Goodall, They will coat about $.",1! I "a' 1 I.> fall you can save money by buying now.JBinghain t

j i., ,fir' {tWe can male to order anything Don't forget wo can fit you in and will be pletsed t I free! their The building that is Iwinn; ,dune

:t' known to the trade. )),a'tolla Ball Kye Gla8M't4. Hankin: I I ITho I friends there at any t:toe. Cohmel) in iXtytoun this summer ising. aatmiyh, -- -- - ---

Bennett expects tn remain in De- How can people 'but tu.u\cl\ ;it
l ery. Masonic fraternity have added
,31 i Laud and continue the practice of the growth and prtatl|><'rity of the
II. Keating has purchased i a new |' mh to the cnlranct to their &
Tht>h. la,, DoLand[ News.v Maley.
Queen City of the I Ka"t ( t'
two lots south of his Casino! on the hall on Orange avenue.v .

: beach and expects to commence |We lot The new club laou ot' nf the Plural
arc selling a of ('mE'cOlaSM'R. Stol.r rt,

,:' work at once on t the election of two I tank, in''. East ('cant Automobile{ association" !

Raryele, router, high gear, big in becoming)' popular \\ ilia IIII'nu'u.ht'1"K ........................ ........000000000000000000

cottage n.) D.) Hogers, civil engineer, will brass ping in rear wurel. Oil lamp, .
Hardly an evening Ima"'t' -
y tXannally's l'and)', frekh! Imve tomorrow evening for Miamito loose grip. Tires made by Miami but what someone' & entertains a party 1 .

Hankins the )Unlggitt.) !IJl' gone about a month on Liwiness. Cycle and MTg. ('0. Xotifjr this :of friend. I \'f I' 1' f f f I I' f f f l"f 'I1 Tf f "f "f "l"'f 'f TT|]

Henry Schmidt is planning great office or M ribal. Kinder will he : II I

"iinproYernents to Schmidt's, Villa. *' tMills delivers Ire Cream at any I rewardevl. ;i iI THE MODERN BABY James A. Loveless.

He will add another story to the time. 'Phone your Doter "

I Sunday School entertainment.The They My that 1 must not be rockl'dla.c.uM
and build) an on
building, BishopVm." Crane Gray, of Orlando ray train might addle! I
the I cnteil.iiuiiiciit givrn by the If I could speck they would I* .hockl'C'l Sanitary Plumbing.
and H. I n. Arnold, of Gainesville I'd call that fUdlvfaddleAnd
I Sunday +'ht| d 1. in St M:>nILII. )'.1 of x>ur*.. they outiht tu .
E. N.WaMron has purclia tyl| T. the of U..,' C. W. '
wcie giiehts Stlll 1 can I help but w"lduIf .nl.l-I '
J. lcJlurra).'tt blackVcMi !jiony.pLfftoa Arnold Tuesday. 'I last wl'ek11>> at'I' cnjoyalilcafTan.At ome one rotked themrevs ago.Vhtn Estimateslurrfully; i t g-i ivt'ii. \\ orkMiwuiir Irnaratttt'rtl.
\ folk were to blundtrThiy
1 u'clu-k! the doors were thnmnojvu apt
etc., as his old }pony islamo I I HuiMin I'lioiu
oWnntc.l--Purrf\.1j\1': or bids for and the hall. was v. ,:.t I lit led.. eland around m*, I looking wl I... H7n .
and nnfit to use. l eing over twenty- I And say they mart not Art m* i
removal as whole or in part of Xiver I On entering. / the first t tl"ng; Wt';..;111' A gentle pat tu Mjothe my rrl.a :
fire old.jToilet '' claim would further tot
They meMy
years store IJllilttin,::. Apply to aI.IIuK- directly in front of us at the far fiid rawlr.w mutt conform to Uw I

t/ artnlcs full nxsortincnt.Hankins. iull. Down l<> each Jot and tittle
ton l 110 Sinth Beach street. of th> was the >st I ige. tastefully" ---- -- ---
Did {x-oplr hold them oft with awe
!' 'i i decorated with f'rn>. |udius, ct.' When they were bald and little T
Wilkinson, the real estate man, I H 11111 Hili i 11 11111 III.i :-F': ; -i
and gnwrfnlly draM> J, L llcnnett, of Dt I.aIllI, has | '
sold of the Wilder lots
recently To make me very nervoui.
been in the city this week) visiting nn Volusia nnuon to L. Adler, were 1M'\'emllurRt' Haiiand l a number That children' frame cannot, endur* 'I An Old Favorite : !
Such fttdly thuughtle volts
of smalleron '... To the
< light t
with his tIOlI, !Homer. This H Mri and the other to B. P. Smith. Tit the** phlrgmctltftclentltta., I

Bennett' fa"t'i it to IXutonnin of UK- door i>n eiit ill!;! vvithe Ere they U trait to tud + Were Uiunoed until thHr chubby fl.t>! I
nearly thirty year*. '){\ n't forget Gramling's Asters !j candy table in charge of tn young; I'layed t&IIon the nOOdle/ I j I

two doors north of the News office. girl, who dispensed their wares ill When I lrtch out my willing armi I THE VOICE OF SPRING ...
V tCall nntllK'C ( Iark'slino of Jewelry Inviting them to frolic. I
a most charming manner. To the! I
}before buying elsewhere.Denford Mrs. J. II. Fromberger n'timn-d) They rlae In wondrrlnit alarm By Felicia D, HemansPOMK. ,
And talk of and colic
left l "IU' the package table, and a croup
her home at Fort laudeniale.. Ira hard to be a baby now.They I
to I come' Vt havf callrd mi loim I
IVacon has bought the crowd was: gathered around it send will nut pet nor jump ua,
tact Saturday, after a visit with her And when I eleep my peaceful brew 1 i ems u rr the niouiu"ln* with IVht and lonf t
boat which A. M. IVllctt was contructing ing forth penis<< of (laughter and inerriinent Mint lie utraUht with the rom QlI. YK may freer. ni> *lr|>. u'.r the a.Yrnlrg with
)brother, John W. Williams, and H> th Iu.'. and h till of the kkt i tUth.P ,
for K.: T. Conrad. It will each discovered what ... '
alt n ain When I grow up. of courw I'll be tl > the [irintri'Mury In the 'Mlv1IIIY wraw. ,
mot Ilrr. A triumph aUentlflc. 114 U> the grn-n lrnvr. a|>nlnK an I PHM.on .
be launched next week under the. the packages, until the tuble tan' 1
Hut rcelly It tlt'C'mll to moMy
name of the "Kingfisher.. Have yon tried l those crisp pie entirely relieve! of its burden.',I hard lurk In terrific I h.nr t.r..ulhrtl the auuth. and the tAretput 110wanII
thouraudr hltbur.t from the furect Uowrle.
It I could mlnd-
only upeak my ;
.. at Ornmlin '8 Bakery? Around the room Irl'l't'tablca where! Hut then they would not thank me. And the undent "r."1'8. ami th* f.titan fan*.a,
( 'Dances are held at Keating ( \- One unbanned custom they would AntThey I .Arell with wrf&tba nn Italian 1'I&'n-
s cake and cream were served, and) one ,, Uut It la not fur roc, In 01) hour of bluma,
y lioo every Saturday evening at 9o'clock Mr.( and J1rA,11'. F. Jihb attended ttlll think they may pnk me! I To .;>eak of the ruin or tht' trob
? for social eliat with; friends.Cuc6 -Ohlc! * rat a Trlbunf'I
; Thursday evening* at 8 tho funeral! of Captain Rice, Mrs. I
1 have f'i18ll..1 i.vr the hllli <>f the mormjr north,
dc I IT
tfdxk. Jibb's father, :at Titusville last Saturday I table Wtl'i'I'I prettily orated Thf' Ear no.. AM tb. "'reb her buoy all bee tu..!' forth.The .
with flags and bunting, Mrs fl..h"r i,, out on th- rarefy ..*..
''' afternoon Miss Rice rdtirned And the r.,lnde. i'; fS. Mills has freak of nature ink
a Willaume's table deserving t special And the pin. hn..u frlrytf pnfter green

hii yard in the nature of a hibiscus. to Daytona with them :Sunday: after mention, it being" very attractive, ;r And the mews looks lirlght: tat'rmy atop bet t.-.",.

t.- The plant was never budded l 1 nor noon. I have sent thriM.Kh the w KMlMtthi a yvntle irfgh,
t while &ho and hei liltl 1..lp'n. werekept ,
| And rtll.d out each voice nf the dtf'p blu. sly;
'" grafted, still one branch has salmon- 10 DAYS.v busy all the time < hi n line From the night blr-l. I.) thro\.gh the nUrry tiro I
In the of the raft lUiH-rUtn film.
colored blossoms and the! other} pink. Sale of embroideries at unheard- diagonally across the hull wenn> '* 'i I II To the groves IWAn'8 wild note, by thy Ireland kill",

'. St'hen the dark Or houch Into \trdurr nr...k".
of prices. Moore[ Bro+. of all nations, which werecry attractive i I
k Hot Itolls at ti i o'clock n, in., i
from the strennui real founts I bay" louMkl the chd .
added much to the dec .
AtGramling'n; Rikery Dr.) Merritt Corthell, <>f Interlachcn and They are SW"j.1a1l1 on to the Hllv.r> malls
They are a.hlnlC dean from the mouftUln bru.i.TlMy .
n. prominent onilist, w ill orations ore fllDKlni g q-rap Ana Ihs fort.t b At (ho meeting of the Florida All the young raises of the Nun- 1 They arc bursting trap fr..m1..11' uparrr f&v*', '
hereafter make visits to Daytona Au>t the earth reaouml "with the joy of wale. .
East Coast Automobile Club held day school were taRa'.'fullc. dn..."e.1 I It.
ct cry Saturday afternoon, and maybe Clime earth U y.- < hUdrt'H of gladneM, CUOMVVhrra ,
Thursday: afternoon. J Horace F. &hm tlt'tI Villa. Dr. in lied, White and Blue to c.m> "it the vlolrta Ik- may be now jour home.Y '
l found at I
Goodall and A. U.Streeter of the roes< ,.rk and dew-GMwht rpt. "
Stewart of
the color selieme. ;Inll"I'r..' \m .1'- '
Corthell comes highly r common Jed. And the boundlijc footat<-{> to mt-tt me fijr.VVHh
k' of Chicago. were elected to tcntivo to I the wants nf (the :;:m-.u I tbe her ami the wr.-uth.. and tKe sasses tijr, ,
See ad.l elsewhere in the GazetteNews. Como forth tu the auiu hln<-. 1 may nut uy! ..... -.',
membership.W It wad a success socially and lin.m- : .
i ,
Aary from the dWt'IIIf1I1' I' rare-worn men, ..
;, tNew Novels at ( 'lark':,. i, cially. The proceeds are to )l-uy II The carters art ef>*rkllr.K In wood and ft.a. /.4, .
tIC you are !thinking of buying a "Did you attfixl your Il'ranJmotLtr'1ItUDrral A Yi.y from the chambtr and dtuky heitrth ;> ., ,
rug for stage.D ; ?" Th young 'leatra are 11l Harvey Waugh, n one time resident watch you will find a very goo selection --- I "Er-. no. They poetpctMil it. Hut I Their light st..ml thrill to the wild wood stralaa. .

And youth U abroad In ray M"r.tmalM.
of D.iytona, but now in the } nt Clark's.Among ..MK+il. '1'L' d ll: I. potter rain cbwk"New York Evening .
Journal ; Uut re'e! err rh.Ml aliire ye met tae tarn =
business West Palm I Ilench
drug ,
at ads. in tho Ga- A ,heel* of earth haa U.-n r>.und you earl!
the new ( It t is exceptional) tu find a family
to I I Thus U that rome owe your brow and eye
married Atlanta
was in
/ Tuesday i
/ctte-News is one of Rollins College, where tht'fart' no domestic rup He ROAM IP Ike T'.>. \\hkh spt*hi of a world what the flow r* mutt diet

Miss Jessie l:. Callaway. )Ir. and This tures oeea-ionally, hut these can be Hero In tli1 i>rtw bard lurk story asanjUiilj i Ye tfrolle. but your sent!!, hath a dUnnrn yet- -
located at'intrr Park. H oneof Oh! what have >. looked on since last we mtl?
Mr. off visit Dr. liing'st'w will H lmlt who rememben : f
Waugh btopjietl to .lessened by having
inMitutiotH -
t. the foremost etlucation.nl) Pills around Much tumble bow lnfro |U<>ntly tLo tlppinK tintut UliKlulcol Ye are chancM. ye are chatted and I ave not bite !
with Goodall friends Life
: Daytona and interested In t-trtt-t cunt. It wa<* nprtwdnel : All whom I MW in the vanUited year
in the State:: and if <>" UO ; on
y -. they wive\ by their gl'Mt"Ir''" in the : Thue were Krkcvful h> a4i. with thdr rlr.let tdfht,
Wednesday and Thursday. eortductor who made ,
they will bo pleied to mail\ Stomach and Liver troubles. Tl.ey; Which tUMollJ In the brtt.tr with a pUy of fight;
confetmlon, tun ln*; tarn It..l to do m* by There arts tyw In whore vlUl..nlM( laughter iayyo ,
'Fresh Doughnuts daily you a catalogue and give you otherneeder not only relieve yon, but cure." l'5c, the casual:: remark of one of the 118lioit'n. faint rerofmtrance! of dull deist) '

at the Atwond riiarnwcy and .f. M. that "ar are all creaturw ot baL
At Oramling's,: !Hakery. : information. KITS There were Un U.at ft, w oer the cos dtp'r bead.An .
Jones' drug store. tt." If for a taujuet all earth wre, r[!read 4

Mrs. A. ]H.[ Carter, in ]Holly Hill tEverything in stationery at "Yea." be Bald "tbat's so I was on ?hers were volc'" ttwt runt thru"aCtM aar(birc .ky,
tbe down trip tie othT morning wben I And htMl not a aouud of mvrUUIty
i Clark's. Are they ? It their mirth from the hill iaee4TYe
and gone green
entertained the History class a -- --- x+Ot+l++++++++Oittt+++++t + a Dtl'man trot on Uwrd and berated i I have locked .n death does >r met rot tart!

# number invited ,::u *18aLout thirty ++ Low TfJe on the Ikach. + me a ten ivnt pkiv for fare I Mart I
Bound Over For Murder. I baud biro tack ul kl ihante I know wlM-ut- the .'lui"l"W tomfe o'er re now
+ ed to u < !
in Thursday. A most delightful i 4 + 1 Ye have tren the duet on the epos brow.Ye .
Ht'1.1. .' M r M I when, a ltD a waie wf bU band, beaid
uu t
The preacher + i.Air A r. i- + have given the lovdy CII the P&rtb'Wh.*,
afternoon was >ent in games, listening negro tbat far luck. t1Uyyuunclf falrent "
8j + -- 1 : 'Ob. Jud kct-p Stit hath Ukrn the < U-auty' free
i Stevens, who shot and )killed I another + With their U ,,,hlr.rf H tI and th.-!t feUl crown .
to current events, ('tl'., etc., 1 July" 'M I" .July :"' I I' H' I tl IIr u vljrar. Uee! Wbat crt9t .
.. .' \ i -1* + They err gone fn-m amoim.t you In nlk-nr do."t
. of McDulTy II : I
. nd tree fully enjoyed by all. Or- negro preacher by the name + .. II aI' II ItMS WIf -. ... : .. 4- I tures of t.I1Ltt we are! llrfore I realinil i .
Delxxm. lat't't''k, had nprdiminal' ++ .. W f I.1U :--. ... 'V "V .' II + what I rca+t doing I bad runt:; i They are BUM from amui-tiel J"oJ.. the trtoht aol fair, aagetde was passed during the at + .... II". I" :. ', '. 'II, "t i iAn I I up two fur** Instead of OJlf'" I Ye have tort the Kl..an> of ilu4r hlnti,9 h tr.IHlt .
before JusticeKcrcholT u ; IN ;: w! I' + I know of a worl whre there fall no blight.I .
' gaaea, and at the close dainty and ) hearing ++ .... 15 ::'Ma 3 ar ,.!. .! i .o I'"*. 4i ,',I And wuu'tLlctery like a 0alt tear I hail find then then, and their era of light = :

delicious refreshments nerved. of that district, Tuesday, + .. I.. n" a ill' .-. .: '. ; .:-. / 4-+ trickled down tbe conductor's nose. Where death mMet the blnoms ct the morn ma) dad ti
were ; I
17 I
+ .. .. ,. :.', I I tarry nu longer-fartwvll. ,
the grand jniy.The ID 5 ." '" I I 10 + New York Tlmen. trrrwsll'r
U ith.tllC nllli31 held Jor + .. !
F ,
U ; ;
a foregone w IV II l.i H I"i +
+ .. \1'
the to .. I' i u ; t 'I i iV \. L\! 4-1 I The summer la haetenli. on l>ift wlbde borae, ,
Wies who were present that ]Holly officers brought}. negro ++ .. ;'| S IU l F J/" .... : '.':. j I'. + ]' The !!to.f E,.. Ye may pret the irrapr. y.t may bind the corn '
him in ., rf ii' w i" 'I"l *\ II III I I dlda'lrwjrnlze I art tll brighter ihore.Ye T
For dj> a
and roe
that day placed + .. 44 UUIlnK-Ob.! U-K
Hill tine. Del-ind .. ." .'.- !
in i the place to !liave a good : 4- :21: In ia !U >.1 .. i I are tl\\fkt'd b> < are. ye are mine no more.
where he II (IS II It I i- ,j 'i. i. : + : you w ben I first saw jou.Ilorden
a cell in the Volusia jail, + .. ft .. I I go shore the loved wh have Iett I you dwell i.1
S 11:11 uIllKhlld + didn't 8Hme .
+ -r vU tueaji you I And the flower are not death'a-fare >'e "well farewell! ;
DAYS.All the +
10 will remain until the fall tennoi + l1.t recognlii'd me. I ;,
I Ixr
-'II h..ur' I. .f.iurafti rb! a 'I I + you
; ou gentd' hats and suits joat Cirl'uitmrt: DeT-ind Record l + x noticed -Boston TnuwcripL M n n n i ii 1 1 n 1 1 m i M .-t-t'1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 1 1 H ..
Half price. Moore Bros, N !
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The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, July 16, 190iHtte -

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\ .... ... iiiiii4iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1liitli Sign the Coupon !if. -

Yhouu4J Kidney Troubletod

Don't Know It. I \
-- An Old
Mow To Find Ot.

Fill a bottle or common class with your +++++++++++++++++.+++++
nt.r and let U stand twenty-lour hours: a .......+++++++++++++++++++++ "MADAME"ti i

sediment or settling
Indicates an

Tj unhealthy condt- ESSAY ON CRITICISM

teen of the kld- Will be mailed each month for
\ nays; If It stains By Alexander Pope you

U I your linen It Is .
evidence of l kidney

trouble too THE rt 'rlan tprlnc was a fountain *acr d to the mute who presided One Year Free of Charge.
frequent desire: to over pvtlry "Numbtr mean rhyme and rhythm runa..ul" ,
pain; la the fabled dweUlna' placn uf the mufti An AUiandrlne 1* a Itn of
% passback 1s also poetry twelve lyllatKc lung Camilla was a fabled quern who could

convincing proof that the kidneys and blad run 10 rapidly that abe did not tend the cornstalk a* the .pe.!. t
der are out of order. t
What to Do.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so -
LITTLE learning la a dangerous thing; \
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- !
Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every I r Drink divp. or taste not the 1'lcrlan spring;

wish in curtrg r rhejmatlsm pain in he I i Thfiv shallow draught> intoxicate the train IalaJlle"t

back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part And drinking largely! aotier tae again.
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability I A magazine for UVomenVho -t

to hold water and scalding tn passing
pain I I True Wit Is Nature to advantage dresser! Its filled with
it, or bad effects following use of liquor i! pages are .{ .{ ) Art ; i
wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant What oft vas thought, but tie'er wo well expressed. Music[ and Literature from ,
} of world-renowned writers. Fully illustrated {
necessity c( being compelled to go often I pens f-

during the day and to get up many timesduring Words: are like! leave; and where they mOlt abound
the night. The mud and the extraordinary I Much fruit of wnse beneath I I. rarely found. Some of the Contributors: ;
effect of! Swamp-Root is '(Ion r
realized. It stands the highest. for Its wonderful I I Lady Henry Somerset. Ella Wheeler} } Wilcox.Mre. Hihop Putter.Mr t
In words, as fashions the name rule will hold;
of the
cures most cases.
distressing old Tho Marquis do Cas llane. John C. lUack. *. Maude Murry( ltilkr
If you need a medicine you should have the Alike fantastic. If too new. or : ., f

best Sold by druggists! In 50c. and $i sues I, He sit the fln-t by whew the new are tried, Mrs. Burton Harrison. Kidunoiul .
Capt. Itaixw 1iOlt Ottida.Jewie.
+Ll. i-
You may have a sample bottle: of this I i Nor yet the last to lay the old ankle.

wonderful discoveryand I S I e e Mrs. Mary Wright} Sewall. Camillo Manelaw. Al'k nnan.
book that tells '
a i But most by nniiilKrs judge. a \set's !long;
more absolutely about free It. both by mall sent | ='t' ,.,. ; 4< And fcrnooth or rough with them 1* right or wrong: This very liberal offer is made to increase the subscription list of the

Address Dr. Kilmer & 11._ .te........R.d. I In the bright Muse though thousand charms conspire
Co., Bmghamton. N. Y. When wrutrg mention I Her oice in all threw tuneful fouls admire # :
Gazette Ne\vs.
reading this generous offer In this payer :I Who haunt I'arnaHsus but to please their far, Daytona =

I Not mend their minds Home to Church repair
I' in i J till "! r i ; as ,

'. I I': hi I'i\e I' I I, ''''1' : Not for the dot'trine, !but the iiiunlc! tbert.TLt.IIt' There strings tied to it whatever. I If
arejio you are already a paid-in-advance
etjual Kyllalile alone{ require.
'" \\1': ;" : I I .I t :
t.tlt" I 1':": \ \ I I I i!I Though oft the ear the o| en vowels tire; Z r subscriber t. the Gazette-News, appraise us of the fact and Madame will be mailed

--. I And While ten expletive low wordy rhelr oft frt-ble mtp In aid one do dull join line; you one year free of charge. I If you are a subscriber; in arrears, pay up and Madame

A llBalrr l.rj. I I While they ring round the Nume unvaried chltnrt, will be sent you for one year free of charge. Or, if you are not already; It subscriberto

Stanley UIlf'Ct to relate the following. i : With Where'er! sure you n-tunn find of"the.till'ri'veted<1.11111111H'Jh'rI1 rhjme bri'eie: ," the Gazette-News, fill out the blank below 1 anti mail it to us with $1.50() for a year's

conversing funny Itl r)'with. On a friendly day while tribe' lit-during teas : : In the next line, it \vhlojMr! through the trve*" !o I subscription and Madame will 1 be, mailed( to your address for one year free of charge.

It crystal streams "with pleasing murmur creep,
his travel one of the chief present I ++ The traders threatened taut in rain) with "sleep.;:' II I Sample) copies of either the ( iaxette-Xews or Madame may )b,(, had at this office. '
Inquired Low many when he tae I
ew With some unuuunlni thing they cull a thought
had aunt :,!il! tLotf |F.. nt stoM up
A needlm Alexandrine ends the song ,
isle one uiiiu and uiiuiili.iuiiMv ('IdAlmt"d.

"1 'hat a eplendld liar!" They That like a wounded snake\ drags its slow length along. ''. ... ........... ............. .................. State........... ..................................... Street uMrei.......................... ....
tensely adiutml the apparent mini-
lieU with whkh he had. at they True ease in writing trine! from art not chance, To The Daytona (lazette-Ne:

tLought. trial to pass off on them I As those move &IIIt'lt'ho hate learned to dance.
wondrxiua traveler tale a"r It not enough no I'lirlllmf'1l1J offense' : 1 agree to take the Daytona iafc'tte-NewN( fur Use unit jF xrnl..*lose i'f with $1 :l4ll" ..\I i th. name,

The sound mut tem! nn erho to the seu e.:
Sere Ilea Soft ii the strain when zephyr gently blown with underrtiUhlinK. that I ant to rm-ive "Ma':lUBs &too -"f8t'eMI. month for the uexi year

Watts Tet+eon mUll be awfully) And the smooth stream in smoother numbers flows; Ilntrt'............ ................................. .1001. SiIrCfl\lt1............................................ ..... .. ..... ......
afraid of LU wife Ho la always telling Hut when loud surges lash the sounding shore,

uj bow aho will Rise bun tits If bedof << The hoar*', rough verne should like the torrvnt roar. ............................-..._.... ......................................,.. .....' ...
.n't Lurry home I'otUThat's the When Ajax strives some rod,'. fast weight to throw,

bent sign In the world that be la not The line too labors, and the word move slow; tilreniijr) u MubiH-riU-r, in the! nbuve blank (ill in "1I0W tnltfJlrC."

1 afraid of her at all. The man who Is ,, Not so when swift Camilhi scour the plain, +

boned by his wife never says a word Fllefl o'er th' unbending corn, and skies along the main. tj.
about IL + This offer may lie with data u.

Rome praise at morning what they !blame at night; jjj -
MOICM I 4Hi Tin "'Nll.hkl.t Hut always think the last opinion right.
NotMitliM.iiiiliiii all tlmi I i- 'i. .tu lit I i V. M\.M 1't'tt UHKUuf: I III ill (iKAHL

t Wards uf beallli un l ellmtnlIIIIl'Iill..1. ) Good.nature and good t>cne must ever join; I The Tral r.nJUc .( the UI. .(

(1."rHunn, tli** truth rate among Kinnllhitlrvn i To err is human, to forgive I divine. I the. Talralcd Tr.ll.,. Moss and Fiber Mattresses.

I i j.. tvrr Wtrli during/ Its hot' e e ILt lust h"UI)' Iran of tLe life of I Ii i llo.a'.r in :-..-. uii.l l H.I ml Fiirnittirt ami 1 I"\'t"
No place HO sacred from such fops is barred, IleiiedUt Aruold
were probably the I,
if weather! tW nummcr month in I hour 01,1 r'uriiitup' Meals no.t.j u>V"
tl"1 Nor i II Paul's{ church more utife than Paul's churchyard: tuowt unhappy that eter fell to the :...r It'l .011,1) IU llr\h-\V .'t.- Hi'0KlIK
I irgeeftk. Thfiv | i .1
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+ i' hut |l,1..hlldt "II''' I :Nay fly to altars; there they'll talk! you dead lot of mad The British neie willing .

tnwlf bow.1 < tiiiiiluiiit[ in .1 Inui'lm). I For fools rush In "bc'n'11":1'1" Eras to tread. I Itt. to use. him to promote their own titans --

houerer, that uiilti It.., I I.. 11tt..II.\l | tl.' I and to pal hint f<>r his dlierawful _..___..___. .__ a_ ___. ___-___.._: _,_._.""__' _
tldlfl.V Ueuf I'llft'llU-rllllll, ( "IIo'.l'hol..rn ++ .+++++++++++++++++++.it++ttitf 4+t+++++t HittN 111'14, but exerywbere Le asa-- pIM'rT beld- -- a. zI "'

: nth! Diarrh .,
i I drirggs'ts I dome years ago Judge Then, a Sew -- years h scarcely veuturcd appear

,I I York lawyer, became hicf justice of 4 Contention That K, rry flea Mhualdi | tn public. Before his treiuhery! be ,

'I.Y what was then the trarine court and I i, chow All III. Fralurve. I stipulated for a fortune la rash and a (CiO'lt i ) )

I' Hkr toglUkm Like I'eaeh. what In. now kno\\u an the city court .\ rtveut writer sus the Chicago commission AH major: general In tbe I

Mr. fiydm-y Druuki. writing in liar of New York He went to Englandonce ; News, has this to say about board: i 1 British uriiiy.He .

p ra Weekly glve some of the sea and was reglntered at a hotel as I' "The Ideal man In clean nhme ('00' got IJot bUild soon peut' the

1 f.1 none why 1 unch baa no strung a h'KlOD "Chief JUHtk-v of the Marine Court. tldflltly he t'II"I"-d to the uurld lib o former In speculation, chile the latter BL\DLP'S\

the affection of the British pub) features uiidlHgulsed hirsute i i did blm no good,
I L' 8. A. The lurch of the admiralty I by ap aa no officer In
and why It falls
to appeal to Amei and the Jual.'KIf nil the j.-rC'flt British pendages. Can we conceit the Apollo tbe nay would serve under him and
The I
cans great virtue of Punch I.I I.e court. callti] III"| II him put him at !IMtedtre with e\eu a mustache? 1 although bin talents and bravery were

\ lop tjla there 1U aertousnewi. In which oplu their dllt,!!. ItMitfd him to dinner up and [ doubt it A merely hoiieot man also, !: unquestioned, be remained the cud TONSOIL\L I I I PAWLOI.(
will be I
on this aide
of bin ,
I treated him with as mush "tHlllahero- tne would think should wear no hair days a general without cow

cf the water to agree with him The I tlou a* If the tribunal of \\ bkb he was! upon his face and for sheer reasons: mead even at a time when the BritUhKoverrunent i,
treat fault of the !
j. American comic the head hadmn\ Cach of us I In great nieiiMure, partly wee sorely pressed for
they nuplO8fd it : 243
o & Beach
i papers, it i> 'i ean la that they are not from officera/> and Street.
'1 Mrtoua to be. one of the great courts of the exaggerated idea of his own perspicacity meu. In 171& during the '

Ii joke enough., Punch They are always making United Stated, instead of a purely city I partly from the stress of life, French war. when the country was \.
the other II
r on bats affair. I judges( his belghbor,: from his fear Ills ; anxloualy gathering all Ita reiourrM.bM .
Tade* tbt mistakes, "l< rt natty not bumoruua Jkljtbu! was never tired of recounting I ilothea lire but a doubtful Index of his i applied to tbe Duke of York for a
n but a critical
Journal The to bin cronleH here bow he character but his features are wetlnuly command but was refused. -- ----- __ _ __-
It American -
1 tike the comic paper la I had bren treated iu KLgand! on that !Jl'lil'H" Indicative of his nature I lie went home In dea(&lr and said i
II professional
funny man at aI i memorable trip and his mode of life I to blk a'Ut. 'They will not let me find
party You listen and laugh for awhile I The climate of (to
There may U \lllalu>' wrltteu large I II a noldler'fl death. He never rallied 1 East Coast of. Irf
and then
want to murdeWakeful
r J ou his up>er Up. A certain mold ofi after tLlS blow, and soon after bit is .
him. I Liquor cad the Term "I'r_'." I nearer perfection than that 0)> r.i
I What "proof weans as applied to i chin betrays Its owner as a man of mind appeared to wander. lie ordered 1

I I the quality or the measurement of the considerable homicidal tendencies Cover bin Continental uniform to lie brought other place on earth. 4 4 ""

strength of whisky is not understood I the lips with n waterfall tuuotuche, and put It on. Including the sword be wr

'i II I by many tsr.plr. A* explained by a d rape the chin with nn Assyrian beard bad worn when In the American M>rr.
? man who knows the correct use of the :i i uud It may well be that this murderous 1 Ice, and HO be died a raving maniac

r term It lit Mmple enough. The stand i I monster is u pleasing enough fellow In loll at bit! residence In London.talouobiir .

I rI I aid of the United States revenue is a I I I to \lew. such a our do 's u,ten- ,

. Sleeplessness Is a liquor half of which by volume, isalcohol. :I' lure to peas clean shared through our The automobile Is 5.aer.llll.a such a modern InI)'

Sign of Nerve Trouble I This is lute proof. If a whisky, I II I streets. Let each one of us present 10all MltutU'ii that It U hardly ixxwlble to

; then. U described a* i" proof It means : candor such features HS arc hU .
Im.iKliie MiiprHtltloi t
and .ill' already
connivtiil -
Should that It contains lax measures of water "To pc.IlUlt'tilt a receding ibln Is no ",- .., .
,, 1 I' Be crime It is 1 with It. Among modern car ///' -.:::- .- _. ca
I Looked To. and (1-0 measures of alcohol Whisky! merely a sign of weak ; ...
ilrl> TH In England: however there I ( "
r.. of lUO proof contains e.|ual l11l'aIlUrf'1Iot ness. Hut to conceal It with a huge Unirious '

!, tion Flat There of hardly alttpleMnecs.are three to sleep different a wink manlfcita ell night 100 each.measure Whisky of water of 120 and proof 12 contains<> measure J and with bully the appearance beard and of a tb..rt'tto man endowed present lore.forntiil In FttMic sun many lrul, usually earn of I U an HUMpendnl a old sect bit rolled of a folk flintltli per I \1.ft.T: {ltW ilw ; :I I(,

i U
second to lie awake of alcohol Philadelphia KecordI great strength of will is surely a !
I I'
a Ions
time before natural I !
: false pn-tense." \\ it bore. This stone U sudsfs..erl \ )t ( !
falling MI ,
aaWp third
; to
fall aslrrp Boon T". >mo T.tlr If..... of Lord. to flit on a 111'I.'h'.th'amulti.. -
waking after '
up several hours ---
and ihr ---- Omiond
) a: Bad It hard to deep again. n To think what time was wasted I> .lk for KlllUar a (.... To U fdiciu e In warding off e\ll the \\ 4
. arguing about the liuli IIIU..t In- naturally .. ,
They mean that somewhere house of lun. ., or n Home 0.0. '
in the A law of of w
one the old Saxou
nerve fibres, somewhere tn the brainc j I I Tories saying It ought to t r prt- ervea kingsof pitinuintaln.. r rnuturally tort""l.IIlIt iF) \ .
England .
I' U.. somewhere In the tloojrs. 'o iKx-snse it war clever and Radicals! decreed that the killing of nrtll! Inlly U>rM. Relief In thlit1)in's I a1n J cachet't\
say 1
a cat
was !
punishable death
that by
and ,
carry blood to the bruin log it > IH
tomcthlnff ought to be d"'otroylot'IIU..,,, sewer "'LJ..prt>ftd. It U supIM.S.M .
i U radically wrong and must I* right 'd. it was stupid and all the time curious an It may "...m. this law was to confer ruifety on the fastest f\\ i
uo o In '
or the end existence until )4"
may t. leer than
evrrr t I'ln) death. fifty
saw that 'rnrrlhg
It motor
was right because it car and there Is
To right It. tak.l>r Mil +' Nrvlne.. I v ago.>> Ruth\ the old Welsh and the many
stupid U-caune the clxmce a: hper.ly driver who in! hhi
Some mob heart
of '
< anhU I
< English: ilhIlJ
-\mt'nt i of laws
Arne trot concurred A curiousxuulty 11, 'ftl.: '..
I irllss q
U diner meta thrown there luiuiunlty from
are: Dlxz.-i ->v llraiUrhr ruck- by accident! for accident to "i ._ '
[ I
killing the ,
king's "
cat, "the
ache, Worry FrettuInee. irritability, of blood were n great democratic protest guardian of the the btntnge power of the perforated .. e' 9 ) r -. "
royal barn. -
The = -
Uftlancholy Lack of against the offender pebble. r- \ I .-: -
Ambition. lower
house against; ____ .\ 'I&": -
Tfcty indicate dla was mulcted in a heap of corn _-__
>f which may lead \'ternaIID30It'oce of the y- / 'I
to EpU.p y, F1U. PL Yltu,' Ikince. I II I of talent-rbesterton'B aristocracy sufficient to cover the defunct animal A Sl.. 7' *-- -- =- -
I:, Nrvous I'rowtratlon. I'ara1'su. Inunlty. Netting Hill." II(1lt'Oo of when held up !by the tip of its tall PIUtDCl"-h\l'1 the ever apt** of her :/" Mk< .

J i Nothing will five ouch quick and last with Its whiskers) touching the floor. family tree? ratric-So; I think H '-i
I Inc relief u Dr. M1W Nervine. was one of tbe ahady sort of rid tat fueii Oriije Crote, rtte M> nutatl.1f ,
i I U.". L.i.rl.e the, D.et. tr et. Cecoaest Crosse WETOUS
. '.1; ti* I Ty huband had teen sick for wcls, After all Aaiuaj the ladies. Yonkers Statesman.I ltd TerrUlle )Farm of th* rocatr; tributary
it lit
I could Dot sit to a wide question w beth- "
up halil .
Ud rnjjiWith 111. wife must be the RIVEK LAKE WOKTII and III CATXE BAIrt
all the rnwJlial. help me r. uU er the little IUI urlt'tt wont house ,
h. continued ta Kit enjoyed by the keeper In the I ....
world Tiki. .
, grow rnonwJl* could poorer clauses rflclr4 from J.rl onrlH. via the
smut -
, neither I which '
I I Wp or eat Our baby girl WM j consume their -Why MO r'"Why. UacHrlRtle- Have
away all cklltTs cant fortunes
tirn.l. berau not in the FLORIDA
long EAST
he run latest color COAST RA1L1YAT.
could not stand a bit of talk her husband' stated studies The CriticNr
1 In,. 1.-4 contribute more to the publicly -
of a rue (of nervous happiness of the but I
that bad
. I ration cured by Dr. Mile rtMtorutlva human race than do the untold : wasn't a day in the year tremena once.-
. II millions
Nerrln We when tc f11kalto Journal
r befin g\r\ng It to h/m. wasn't perfectly comfortable
'.1 I an4 tn a ftw dtp h.wu able to to of the earth' money kings.Phlladel. I Iphia at home."
drwtent From that time he steadily Pm. -New Orleans TimesDemo I 1e
Improved. Nervine saved Mt IIt.WItS. .."- (rat. The drain of knowledge like the
A G. '
J1ASKIN. } e vule. N. T. thirst of
T.. Koiy Dasher riches, lncrra e ever with tj
FREE Write to us for Frr Trial Ethel-Do Weo.. !Mewe. acquisition of !-Sterne.
r.tijr of Dr Mllu' Antl- you spend all of your tl! I j
Pain Pills rI> ., New Sritnt lowanc T Grace CollectorNow, you've been
Ilcmwlr No
for t'Pt"'lalll"IJI lain Ali diagnose Symptom HUnk. Our little. The thrift of, It I always please save i } me this money altogether too long. ................... ... ...
your .1-. 1.11 i father :
.1 you"rH*.what DK.I. r""Mnd HKlHt'AL how to right It, so much that be always give me som I This the is the last time I shall call with 4c a pound paid' for clean : r.r top .f ",...Utll kill, taut: fact sf i-: rlJI", brit ry tfr..lue.Iar 1

L.\.UVIUTU1UJId, KLK1LAUT, LSD.CO., thing extra at the end of the wonthlI! I bill. Harduppe-Indeed' Well then, : cotton rats at the. : ITorW, ltd other l,f rmdfs; a Jr.>IIJ.

Detroit.... lore P"- goodby! I had bveo la hope of sewing I' .* DAYTONA OA2LTTE-NEWS *. ,.&RKOTT, J p EHkMITU, J D dilate,

-- TOO many more- time. .+ .. Ti....' "' 14.. -...",, Tna. L.....,. 6 w r a.

.. ... bT. }niTI! h tu. '


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-- The Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday, July 1 10, 1904 ,..



m Ij j .

xiIii' SAVANNAH The Faults of Men and ,

Iui IUI 1It II \I IU'ii 1C"
} +$ t I'ta 1NIi1dlul: : I'1. 111

YORK, BOSTON ani the EAST Those of WomenBy I l f

,- -. I Mrs. FRANK LESLIE 1
.. I
,-- i 'Q
1 .
'\ ; A 1111,1 Ill+' '; ar<> full nf men the dlurrhru.rr
r. (J 'I" ". ;: ;,i' .::4N.:' I "
," .- I I ; u mien, said; I a shrewd ohmver in one "f the ,
; : printlately.. His broad
statement was a one, '
'r all conveys a truth of which women: may

,- le too ,proud.

'lIwlI ,! i't frequent btrrooow and himilar

I I then ?.1 i-nwt remember THEY DON'T .

ak I 1 do go to huvh a good deal, but they take IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR c

61 .. ; ; } Virtue aid ucc are, after all, t'O. IPA\IL\.
tctii|',rament of the individual comes in t to ,


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah UUIo u '11":1:I 1 Iwljied to swell the congregation .

t THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships hoard! li..t
\: M-cmcd
to me a most sensible and
ir Sailings from Savannah .- the IT WORKS WHILE YOU WORK.All E
bx preacher. He MIW talking of the

: : FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEK ) that the
Judge wax not going, like an earthly

SF f 'f'frw .maUII ; <'Iii l "' I-t>nnection* with,1., .. Iii .Ii iIi .Iiltll or Sound iron law TO EVKUV: CASK ALIKE.: I hilt Druggists QUC OrWrite the Manufacturers."

|I..... AlltiilftUK{ mvniippli.'ii| with! I iminthU. ...dlll.l; ... |h..dn6.| \Viitrfut t
yr/1lafortnath fl. ":UIJIIW r''hrduhs..lnt!
PLEASXTS k..ln'I: } I' u u \1.\\1I1:1'll.li.I'i .\.
.) IVr.l.V :North 1.I\'I'r.: N.-w \ III k. :fll".U'

W.W.SHII'MAX Iii Fr'tnndlW AKt.12J\V: Max St.. JnrLwin\ilb-. i WOULD NOT BE SO SEVERELY JUDGED ---.------ -- r
--- --- -
-- ---- ------- -- AS WOMEN WOULD, AND A FRET ,
:;:;;;---- --- I. i j' I II. ''i I
.......... .. .... ... . .. .. .. I WOMAN WOULD NOT DE PUNISHED Viler' ut I (nil l lN IH.ih.rle.

TEMPER AS A MAN WOULD BE FOR SIM Humor cnD:> Philosophy 1.11..1.\ .U'H I I lull hit IIUMilll.
>11'i. i oI..r.1 1 10 1/011.
I MALLORYLINES : / "iilhrIhdn\ of Ifcrin*
t..r. \ !1'1"1. i uill I I I pr1.aril my dual nci'i -
I By DUNCAN H. SMITH iiiit. a.. .\.hnhll..r..I..r of thr e.!.(. tot
I'I i I : class ot fault., and doubtless the rat h. rup W lI"m. d."I. to IbvllMi. J.
I I. :M .
< \ Jud l;: - ,
; I, i stronger in the class which has 1IIlIrt of I CC'p: > rlKhi. 1.M b> Ov-iauiiM I Smith mlniliiUtrntor i> .'i"rkhi, and ak for H IInRllllllt'hartce u ,

1"t" l>n>-IIIIIA. Klorltlii. Juiif .. I!*.|.
![-i / SPECIAL PASSEHGER-EXPRESS : than in any other. They differ essentially, PERT PA CRAPHS. .lollX It A.Iwlnlalratoe.IF'ir.t I'tMklMMtX, :

e women do, and very often they clash all the I
ID | the ,
i !HIIof iHin't W tilT) elab(1.tll
: STEAMSHIPS. : I T OF TIIKSK UU'.EUJ.Xl'E.Ian'tl j i th. [opk ,,"01'1'1110I114' of the ttm. and I I'llll ..IllllC2: :'>. IllKt. Jlll.V 10.) '

,. IJII'IpaI114d 11:1' 01 HIJ ,Ilrltl} 'tIIII'I"I'' l IJ.L.nrI., st. :uii-l.,in. all tin : I into vie t more "r I hw coarse and degrading, { 1 MHU of tlto (t\(fIk' worry all of tile I Notice nf Application for "U Deed r

111.1.1 I f Um. t.'nderScclon{ 8 of Chapter 4888, '
\+ / 111:111: t \\ |1,1\1' to foible* and faults more or lew narrow Laws of lloriJa.Nntiif .

: I I ITItIlIl\lS vm/: l'nxi"\i 1.1.\ 1.1' \ HNTIIIltu : : : : A nir.n l IMn't fuanv I in hrrvli.t' i that & lush
I Important \i-n Allen
,?, till'.'' ..Itp", aim in I.. i- \\ in i I.,. .,1.1 IIII'\",,,"+l when he works I pun.ha*'r of 'm! IVrtrrti-nU' No. :n7; ,
tie niiml..T "l U-rth. or tinwalinu i.ipai-ity IIf |)iniii|> llall.. tlitm in- : foible of teiujK-r, of selfishness,, of jealousy, 111I r.1 at it ilntfil tiie tlh slay i if .\Iril.\ I//. Jt''"7, s; '.

raring all pann-inrrr mdii i i.III"I..n HV and) attention. S ; and I intoli-ranee. These vices lii" !11o..1| raidr-rtiHrntr in my otHiv, HtKl .
: I'., sINiilit: > 1.1.11C.11t'Kx'1N1'il.l.E: I: > : K\ aUFklll..\\'. qualities are not ( IIIIH iiiuili' tipplii-iitiiui for tux il.-MiI to IMHih I
< till.ln-n nre li.il- -
(S.V: >. lll'llllll-; fllljl- III I lolllhl. TiMli-K I III Ill ) : one, I but they are capable of making life titv! ilIad in ,i....oniaiHT wills law Sufcl' ertl- t
I '
NWKST imis: roiv: \UIIK AMIi.i.j I'UISTUI1TJI.: mime- IiI-citilirnei'M tlM- following li .HUl
: liu liKlinu d.-lurliiliil! l\M.illT|( I SAIL ihnuurli tin. :: I .\' one compelled to associate intimately with time Ml (Irv, Bodf 'irtTt.v Hituiiteti) In Vnln./&in -etwiitjr, "'

1 UIIII-:; :M\: M.\\I S i ':- and de1uithelll. tin'ir parent w"n- FlurHla. tiw it: IxtlM 41UId 10. I"| H.!k J, sbtlal
S Through tii k,'L *old 1 to ill \iiili..in t point I'ur full infot mat ion eI I ler how they ext"IcarntM [ ,,.,.,.t. rill.1t iran'
rvtntrdini; n"tit .ii. ii.if. r. .J! \I.? n. .ih, ..I hm,. ilintrriiiif. ivM'rv.ttitli ". : i (condition- excitement and provocation it.fiolnl Tin* Niiil land U-IIIK OMM...HMI at Ute ,

1 Ut<, ..!< it'll'" '" e i and brutal. He swears he bangs the furni- .Int.of tiniMNimiHT u( HIII.h IrrtiarrlG3lll I
:-'lM\-t lln>' Kiiwr, : iiifn's bead anU au. ."'........ ,flat IH-! IIIUIMnf Simtll HKICIMH!. UldrwH" fUlM i
f A W. PYE, Agent, j.i',. .....IIIII.. ,.. !riun.ia. ) wife she i i- u fool or a liar, or a scold, and In a abam to bare tu crowd them ln-J .r.Ilh'n'" .lull! la. hla. .nyr) tMrrNllln) .(' I

1 lira II I'lniL./ loi.il : to a two dollar bat. tit law tax ibiil I Hill IJWINth.Mtli.iu.vof lhNlw.tGU 's
; : \ip-\t\ ): \ I'h : inttlt.He visibly, to her eyes if not to his Jul\ A. I) 11MII.VitmM4iii.v t
,. .. .. t
: .o.et. \ ; .
Ix/| Mti.in AS MAX AND GENTLEMAN Smut prepk arc Jolly tN't'ftIIIlC' they odirial i .gnature Rlttllll'n l I I
I In- tinilth day! of/ June, A. I II. HM|"|1.
'' Florida Hast Coast of scorn anti lua t h l.c. can't kelp it. [ISI.\I.. } SAMIM.' ; n.Ju8 U. i t.

Ry. ,.* to fan the thane his vices have kindled. Job would hardly have miwmtal in U-rk; ."'11 nit l'IIIItl.'uhllfiB C t"fitI, t" rFI'Iri'It.

LOCAL like) a i la-b! ->he mimics him, she "hN.k,," making record tf be bad lived In .i h'U II
TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.r.ORTH&IUflDRUD Set
I had hi- picture ; in fact, she arouses all that I (Filet I'nb..luly :L'V: ; lat, July IG.) '

/IITNWMRUDOWN, Notice Application for Tax Deed ..
= .. --_ __u __ _tip a con.Iiti.ui ..f frl'IIzanti AFTER. THAT The wan wbo wver anram, ainlly' I ;
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I Under Section M of Chapter 4HH<*, }
,11 -b f.o.63 79 : I IS! I'OSSIJU.E. He tay down the law. '
sumts i I"t. strike her he
fir/ I D ,!> ii'I JIJ.r.aTT I may max; Laws of llorlJa.

a ..---. -:-: -- ---JM.i nt11r .. ; : "Jbp'Lt i' -oil terrible that no |icntteiicc can ever wash A tiacbHor I li a nllltllDlhl'OM" 1rb i! Not r i". In n-li.v. ail.1 that t' I'. KftBI : .
a ... . .80J..ktlOo'UI. ........ . .. .... ,, tm&6\ !: : I 1 j Wino, pnn| 11aw>r of '1',,\ IWtilk-ftt*' No.
It .I. .. .. .. .. Atlptanue. . ..... .. ....... ... i i" oil pitt I.! -o wrought upon| by rage and that sense prefers Mate of lone cupidity to a ;' 1:11 j : !."'. dH1.'d tin' "'l 1 h *in> ol May ,1. I>. I.
tt 17e .... ... .... . .. .. n."Uft. ..... ..... . < a i t M state of ruilil'H own Ity. ,!
uu. : .... .. .... .... : :.J:: r&1.n. .... ... I 1'Sr. p' of helplessness) which n....nil- a mini when. a clever woman 'lets loose INK'II'j 111..1 mini o-rtifk-ntf in nil {.1.
-- iU'l lu-i ,11.1 i Liiniute aiilii-athin| | for tat
1 p UlO.r .... . ........ .....r.l&lh. ... .... "a +-! :-JP- her tongue, upon him as tu lax .nil: hi- brute strvngth upon her aini l ,, 1ml i... 1m/ 111 tuioniniHf with law. i
U I.." L, .... .. .... ...1'tlaikL.. .. Ar'l G 70r iJ i-l! I' ,'rtn1n." (* i-iuliriUfH tht folkmi.f ,' I
lay her 'load hip feet
-- at
III! / Ar .. .... .. ...5.It.: ..., .. .. ... . I.. .-.1-a I. ,. I 111..1 |lu''IM| rty HitmiUtl in Vol....l.i .1
*; 101 Nan 11.rvl_ Ar, 114. I S3 p TWO MEN OR TWO WOMEN RARELY, IF EVER STIR EACH t .it\ |11"'lola.| ti>-\xitS\ of S.SN. ..

i ... ..... .. So" ...... .. -.. Lv-,-MM '' 1131-p OTHER TO SUCH A PITCH OF IRRESPONSIBLE WRATH AS AN ANGRY v ,h : I I 11- !J'-o. U :I W K-NI I"....... ).
f'...... .... ..........B.att.Ha.inipoot. .. .... ........ a..* I 3.1: p I''r -,'hl l.iml UMIIK IIMMUM' at the '
.. .... ... ...... . .. .. .I I I". 3': WOMAN CAN DRIVE AN ANGRY MAN. f N-u.-iiMi'of MiK-h tr'rtirnt'O f ........ .... .. .. .. Or.a- ....... :: .::.. : : Dal lcilla. .. . .. .I.) 'o a : :SP inn 11 ilkurtul tr-
0' .... .... ..... .. .... fort O-.i...... .o : UP i I. -lull ntiw-HNtl I tyr'NRIIMjt0I .
... .... ......:. .... .N..w Ruirr it. .... 4 : :ap: v i\ ,J.| .. I 'Mil I, i I.iftiii> tln>rr .Ut tlUI ... ..... .. ... .. .. I ill nip Man Will Some Day Recognize :' .' 'u i.l tx to I I ,,1\' \. l U. I5HU.UHIKX.K .
UI. .. .... .. .. III' 11. ,. : ,
........>...... .... .. ........0...... ...'." .... .... .. 1 ,la la :ip \ -Hi. ml M rnatarviUMlfwnlili I
.............. ... .... .. Kr-rklMv . . . a r. -\ la x II"! :L'l I' i, II| ,-ijuw.I \. I). 1891M r
.. ............. ... .. : has: a.an.. .. .... . .. ... IMa ,! li:5n Woman as His Peer B* 4UDSA : : xi.T [). JnltB.u.I .
......... .. ...... .. .. ..IIlIr.< .. .. ...... ... .. tHI H I la NTHONlll .V K'iitlein.in I- "''It' who KIM'up h1-' > \ \11'1.
.. ....... . .... ,Hrt..U.n.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... U "V M .v tent RIO .hirfiill h.. .1 w-'iii.in, > I.. a i \N- i 'j i 'Hit'01"" ", C<*&0', ,_
...... ....... .. .. . !11. Lode. ..... . ...... IS Ala I 110 1Ft 1'1, .rlol.1
....... .... I1ree. _.. ... .. ... ... 11 ii |M i HI I* \ I I I wnin.in Li-. .bl.ull''' I "that right, proteetixe of all ladyIf 1
.... ....... . Tlbb.i.. ... ......... 11 :s i.u i. I u .e .
.. ........ .. .. .. ... .. [01.11... .. ..:: :: p .. II. U: ?Iu'r!: nirtit-. tin-" li.i.t.: !| agitation tuna go on, al'"rbing .
...u. ..... ... . .. J.tUf'1I ....... .. ins i' : II 10. Rlllf W'. 1',' II' I f.lohloli.iulr II Ut.u'dt
............ ... .... .... Stu.rt ... .... ... 11 II a the tune and l the Tgof' urn BEsT AND I work. '
..... ... ... .. .... n two RuQII4 .. :0 CI"I G'O, .
............. _. .... "ut Jutdter ... .... 1)126 to 18. 5 1 :> IKoNiKSTVOMKN.>> ( ; : Who can mcasuro the ad- lYorid's fair Rates
........ .... .... .. ...... w r.lnt .1"It'b.. !i I fill .. 16. L H Is the Caxmtry.
....... ....... . I"nt.." i i ; ADelrtl "
that would ult
if the '
....... .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. tip.. ; ... \ .llIhlf.! '- re'' magnificent abilitient Wtwn the raltl. Ht th.- r.,.i twr|
........ ... ........ ,.I l..ull..1II1. .. ... . .. 1" II '. .. Wake tht m-b.. nf tb hill v
..... .. .. .. .. .n.lI.nd.l. .. .. >3 1',8 II I :>t. + tin! e tl 'llll'll could be de\oted! to the. needof: government, I! RoiMtnK m'. un Wl Him.|i< r !
.. ..... ... ...... .1A1I1ID .. . .... . '" I I, : to thin h..htnd th. .1.1 an.mill.Lnally ViaL.&N.R.R.
r.... .... .. ."... fit .. .. ... Lr 7c1. V 111 V..M. t\. /11 dur. in>tead of being; eon-limed in the struggle to obtain !E I turn tnv K\'>.rOn I

&...=. .s- -- L =...;:::.:"_ = : .;. -I- rIi --= their birthright of individual freedom ? I'ntil this be gained we I mv ttrA of fri 'r.int < l I.. .1 i ia.'ma

)OaD I1A1CH. ORAN !: CITY IWANCItflmjn t<> mt-. "'ir iinirtr .' I .\ 'i' f.iUiluil.v\ .
I can never know, we cannot even prophe-x' the t'IIJ'III'it.a"d |114 \\er J
J..n't itpprrotitti' th I.I i. I "'II' .I' 'I. -' I 'Mi-.iM.ln-tiirn.' ;
.. Ii W. 1- -0 t to.: PI. I/
.fan".. I p.iz.r.jll! tln I. _611TJOr. __1_L,1_ 21 D.II!i, of woman for the uplifting of humanity. It clay. IKdelayed longer That the Nile. by true ".1..1"! /. i.Warhif ."< -....I". i i in" mil >,,,'inU-r .",. r
throucb th I. of r. J .1\.1 : '. "j' "I i 'mi, ,,II,", ii;" \ ..
..,....,.l1twnJe .r11l eo. /Op iDla'Lv' v .. Ar1! Hp1t' 33p than we think it U- here sooner than we but the 'lit'! Virv imjilf te th4- r<*.ic n a
,.. r hieo mav expert, -7 ,1. i- t 'u ii. him'! 1 1..Ia'. ..
...... : : .rJ II ip I1It. L' JAk..Ilf'eo Ar i}: I p Thr> .ir.- gruff..".R all tin .. i-.n \ *
.-.... .S. Uj II <* HI' It toe Lr (lr.n, .. lJI' iri 1 =:1'! ; 124XA.TPOBT P \;11lUU' when MAX WIU. KErOGNIZE: WOMAN AS HIS IPEEU 'I". .I I ..I", I. I:: "'*1''''''. ,;i'.ti"i. ilw!
...... L." 10 1 11 1 t II t5. .r Or t 117 L.. 12...v' S .5 N.t f-T m tiir..Mp! ami r..ttl.. "tall 1 liinit to ,hI| \ ftuiii date of ...... .
-- It 0.10 "..r---it -. 24j--f.1i-- not only at the tirc-ide, but in the councilof the nation. I Of lti. r. x|. ru Mi', ,,'h""' it I 11., \k. I. ...'.I! Tn";' lnx. .. in July rorw-
('.llBB1.NOH. ,111. .....hod1I&fq.1 I had r.th'r ".11. ti thf ,-.tttlOf >l."!,01'1'! ; l, ,1\ i.iti'H\ from othr. 1arllts. .
1).Iy .Jll I/!acept/ Datf!: I D.II" Ptily Run? r Then and not untiltL'II. will thenU- the perfect comradeship', the th fr.i)tf.int i I li '..'>r ..|. 'J|II.-I i I. A \ L 'I..- I"'PII Inn- to Kt. lm\i.\
.. : 1 Ild' "n'LII1IIIII Rat hi'r ,II.h>-r>- ".h.j I and al\&,. ...
I'I .rta1. |.IHdubnod| | .!. J
-- i ideal I union U-twet-n the sexe< that shall n'.-:nit in the highest deelojimint Than tit labor till I m..nuvDriiuirhta k |rtii|< rarli
: .
/ .. i" J'111.x+t'. A r T ( / I p i M rtatioii, *. :i 111.h| to
3E .. h.J"' lianaq 11 k'.1'1' n PI' 'rd' I :1 P \ of the race. of prfutiw, ."..-..! an h nrf.Istngr I
I C8 r.tio tl.aoa .
Artytnis\ rmtti'l hare M.
.. I '' 13P, 51 tip J. Fleming
U. AU.La.D..el WHAT THIS SHALL OE WE MAY NOT ATTEMPT TO DEFINE I But th. hired man-ft'n funm ,
II N. ... Yarpotl L. 0 03 "I, 3 r 1 II '

FI 1I&UUI ANB eociBtNT/w. 8nA" HIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. OR TO THE NATION THROUGH THE RENDERING OF Ears lint What thatutt the that Uurkrrp natur'lit.> .mla.a ... j I 1'1. >. id.1 | ':I-M.n;'er Ajp'lit,
I ItiiV; | ... .1. .
JUSTICE.Appeal. : n.I.\ l i< k-oiixill(, FlaG
f-> .. 04asletl0s .101 AT BmalwiTM; .;hl""IP at THE ,. 4 8. ; I. COMPAAY FOJ EXACT
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1..1".1101) !| L. Stone
HAVANA AND KEY WEST Mill TrillI I low to hear the birds j jnine. fC

-_. Jack Ixmnrlicht (wnniilyv-HoUo l :Jen I'.i..... Aui' Uiuirtville.. Ky.
Arms Should
WH Q'I. w ob tralO/ m.] b n. .tt.. to .rrhfl u Ae1.plq.o. .,, to 1. They newr attempt a paw-a beynsvl ,
Vn i.a.d II set 1d.nalr. "
M\ rtAr' '1
t r Lld\ It..." r-.poaalbt or .dl d.l.l or am <,on"'qu..nl'fI aduer th'r" Be the Last ResortBy i their ability :, -- .

I iI J..f.
..?.o.n .ftlle LOOAI.TXMI CARDorOth.r Information CAR TIR II. UAHKI4ON. Moor of Chicijo 1i; At Dntbaii. lu app ral .,.tiw*. I* a (Daytona Ice Co.

BJZE THI TIOITET AtiENT" pool which IMM rffrcstM the tnl.11'r i
\ ray. opinion arbitration should ALWAYS be resorted j for ('cntnri. It I.. the well nfi J..Ib II" II"I "I "., II.,,,,:,!. .,.

>>. a. hd. P.es. Ag.nt.._ ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I t' U-txveeu civilized countries when difference? arise. :i Its environs form u ......ltr). .t'''II/h: 1

1 proHDvcttxiv It In a taw niwtni(1(
1111'1 \\orld i isurclx, far enough adxanced by thitime
t, .I I It.
. cant bill UI"D11081' suuimit clu-tcr .1 -.
t,1 lie willing to make an appeal to arm- THE( LAST : few lulMTuhlv mud hut. It'd ut tin.
,Northern Meat l Harket bane to the aoniid )'nM< nr '11i.tl If.
11sl'l'when: nation? full out. Christianity, hu-
puffinK MMIUI mill, whili- HMIfrni. ,tftrHcbm
* ., 1 ail of the higher inotixi- of men make it imperative that I II. in nil dirvti. in,, tii>- Him(
ODUA1 Proprietor.
J. L. toiM-d. all .tlit boelnMfmni. .I tin-
I. \> I ir { declared even I jtcaceful I means of settling matter .
I Syrian hin'w: '''[''*. long n-.n hiof (Ml I.
KintstMarket ir should have U-eu ,'mplll '('(1. That arbitration i is not ,
TinLarut :.t and i .r.I \ i-\ est blue aDd! ray and yvllnn x\ ills nlj .
* outh of .larksmnilf. a !: i- '.' "1',1.1 but a living principle, has lieeu proved over and over i: nn oeraloi..il Mutch of Urllllaiit i'rule
,. : in tbe fomniiiiMl I reary and wat-
ngau. I he" settlement) of the Alaskan boundary question is one and Md lod**..! is the son to th<- rye PURE ICE; k ,

,;. i U .. Lr.-p u i <,11I1'1"1.| ..I i'i. .N 'if all l.ill.l.| ..' of the lad ..\ampleof the wi-dom of arbitration.WHEN of the fleftb. hut to the ejrw of till ..plrr \ '
\\ ... \liiitli bald \l.i.| fn.i.i l Ul, tllb l
I9-. Kn"h ri.ni.i| :.in.) tiiii' t it that win t. bill te.01IK'Ierl.! -< WaUrI
NATIONS AS WELL AS INDIVIDUALS ARE READY TO> : table Mount of VMons-vhrti. a liton

:< Norrli Bpiit'll St rn't't.l LISTEN TO THE DICTATES OF REASON AND PRUDENCE BEFORE 1 ,: rand tiutea more real and vlvtd than I 1.1. f" "I"| H flllill| 7 to 1 '! SulwiAJ* .

EMBARKING IN WAR AS A MEANS OF SETTLING GRIEVANCES, THE the ftpccucle of mod hints and Ilse! m I I'liotW 4H .

'I'f lllui' ait : WORLD WILL HAVE ADVANCED IMMEASURABLY TOWARD THE I mill and rocky wattM.-Metropolitan I j,
'11I :lzill"
HIGHER CJXJLIZATION.it. Vulu.ia Avnu and Railroad
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Daytona (faZett-News, Saturday July 9, 1904 '

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If.!..!,!q ql-iir.' JJo.!'!. .! !.!.!t !li f't! ll r!.!>!-it-t I '-""! ".;\" I-J _

1 BEST FOR THE KIDNEYS :;I!;: Daytona and Its Attractions & & & :|: .

I Irving's Buchu Wafers Ii;i i._ g & & The Queen City of Florida \ili !J Sao ateo

HEALTH FOB 50 GENTS : From tlw lloriila East 'ouot lUilway lloollet >

!,.,........ ..._..._..._,.,. .,. .. .....).. ,.,.. )...... .'..!' I!. ,i.. .i! :rrr.wur.ulli a,1: I 0
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troubles -- causrd by over-work, overeating, < -
Kidney receives 110 MHrs' from Jacksonville. The Population of Daytona
human body
over-drinking. No part of
than tht ksdn-y! Load after load rare one nay...$3.30 jwjier! is about 1,800+ ). Added to

more ill-treatment until become c1o f.ed. Round trip 6.60 thin i is a Miburlum population cm !i tttu1
. is imposed on the kidneys they main shore and )peninsula of about I
and bladder 74 MII from St. Augustine.
.. \Vomen arc more often afllutdita l.OOO>> at Kingston Ulake, Old Sea I
, disorders than men, but trcquriiilv attribute the Tare one way.l.O breeze or Goodall, Seabreeze and :

cause of kidney and bladder trouble to complaints Round trip.. 4.<0I Silver teach, which are proj erly a

peculiar to their sex, while the real cause at their I>AYTONA i ito situated upon the part of the town and I population NOT A STOGIE.

misery is some distressing kidney diseaseIRVNG2S a t.-4 bank of the Halifax hirer at itfJJrI't Daytona Beach J

lie, one mile east of the town. It is :
l "
I'\|IlatMt'an( midway
approached by three good bridgesover NOT A CHEROOT. i-
ii-' -.ui.-f allhlln\\\ILl\ } anti its outlet
BUCHU the river and well-graded avenue

al $11I>Mtiiti| > Inlet. It iin! latitude **, and is the principal summer' But a Full Size Perfecto Shape Cigar. ':1J'ade \

:I'll!I, M'vuify-four miles from St. Au- retort ftoulh of :St Augustine It :1H

/jruhtitH'> and oar mile from the Atlantic ban more tourists during the summer fr Cuttings from the Work '
than all the other south t
WAFERS i. Doran, and is aoknouleilget! to )places Tables of the San /Hateo Cigar
of that city combined, and I ia also ;i
: without a rival for IIt'8utnmon I factory, and therefore
becoming a favorite winter renort contains ::1

will cure any case of kidney disease that is I i i. the villag4w of the S)ulh. Its sight The l each is wide, firm and smooth the same sweet fine burning stock ;H

heyond positively the reach of medium. If you are troubled j i I! is upon what is known an high ham- by many considered. the finest in the that has made the High Grade !f

not Urine Diabetes iino.'k land that was crowned} by world and the surf Lathing i is safe Cigars of this I Pactory famous. }
with} Kncktiche Rheumatism, Scalding and excellent summer and winter H

Kcn'ouvtess, Loss of I'lcs/t, Pimples or Skin Diseases, nature with a most royal growth of }People who have tried Northern and Five Cents for Two of Them. if
health. lIIaj.tit' forest tl('es, and pays
road to among
the f
buy "a box to-day and start on \\ t.'tttt'm summer resorts declare that
vegetable acting tlwM' tfllt'M if tit{- town of todayith there are none jiorfcct in comfort[ i
Irving's BuchuVafcrs are purely I NO Box of
50 for
promptly} on all parts of the human system, giving I i its Ix'autiulrrtGlgesahd ell-graded} Its )Daytona Ix'athAutomobile. $ J.25. l

relief to all affected parts at once. I walks and streets. The result is Race Meet. POR SALE BY ALL DE LEIS. H

I that all along the wide avenues that The Florida East Coasluto
', Wafers soM! in bulk. If your druggist doe not Manufactured
Hnchu UfO nerer by
ha-r :: .n aid for ht ran ;.t it fr.r you. Do not accept a substitute mterwTt the town are lordly live mobile At (Oc'iation conduct an i if

> >..-: ':r ." r thr t: ii ..I.". Smiplc and booklet! FREE. AddrttlIRVIfifl null uatri oaks and hickories, many annual race meet on the lx>arh, which : \-/. W. ROWLEY, SAN HATeD i t

; t 3:1.nI.! :;;.MANY, Philadelphia, Pa of them draH]' tlK grrtilebt automobile
of the rare course
gray Spanish HIIKW that
in the world. The Daytona-Ormoiul
PHARMACY uvcratvL the start and walks and 1 t
The ATWOOD lleath U hard an macadam, and an

au.ong these are interKjwn tall 1 ideal stretch of thirty or more miles i HISSING :
IIA11OI I IIO II\ tropical jtalmettiM gloiwy leavedmagnolias without a break make it the natural .Iji

I fragrant hays and coraliolly. !- racing ground for America
At. low title the (penult i in l baron for
I lerri"'I1 and other varie- PRIZES offered 'H
Southern 'h M) feet anti neither carriage wheel} tOt
Railway tie 8: while in many planthe wilt) bicycle or pedestrian can make a the correct solution. .H j


I EFFECTIVE MAY 29, Iqutrani aniiek{ >pxiii climb and i-ling among and well-jacked sand. It is no unrommon Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great Health Drink METTO !" .

the ItranrheH lion sight to nee sail-riggetl .,
tossing shady era "III pay all prizes. The contest open to all. It', FREE to You.
to Uw Ea.t. Sit:.' ; S."h and 'A .' No 1.1HO I and adding grace and beauty. bicycle speeding with the velocity -- t
t.r adlltUllt1lle .- it- :-*.'. > : Li \ Jw.kan\tllr. .- '44b u>; 1 ::.p1VJrwp .1 The town lies pnrallcl with the of the wind before a Miff breeze --- --,
.. MuK> I"4'pI.: i! \' J,,"up. tin Mt, It) IOMI I 1 I along the smooth beach thus affording FIRST 1'WZE. t
halts *oHoRjt Halifax Itiver '
.VDIJlIIi. t-4cU1il:1tIt uIIM"f'D..ia and exlendb for nearly the
most exhilarating
Ar( uult+> e. Muny elrlu .\r AilftitiB.tia allMtrClrnrtattr. starts To the first in the
+ .. ... 7a one Bending correct answer we will give lwl
oky III110ft I Ar IInm. ( 'Molt two miles along the Mhort- known to man. 1 Widen the untied: a G.
ArIrprnalso''' Ho Ity,,I.'r.Lp \r 1..I.fln. ... Holt) M_ fill! )life-biz, picture in gilt frame "
:ArlntRTtllf* __..:..:.:....Mottt- iiopHoRyj I I .Art'hattaul.ig..Tr.n.. .. Ho Rv| s ite river is the delight of the! angle} : and of Imnl-f hel1 l. palm fringe'- Ixwilevards entitled "Purity.
Ar l 'xliiKloii. KArClurlniwil. .> .3":7.>>I tp bring the lovers of the wheel This picture i is symbolical of Met to, the health drink
.\IUtllluo.1o\1 \ a lp l O.I. __ : : 0p (he yachtsman and form on* d thetllw'll's great al4
I.v .1'Inc/unarl O Big Four H.i|> and vehicles} into direct touch with benefits I all anti contains no dole or }harmful drug '
.. attraction ,
Rt 1' greatest *
Ar t'hlt-AIO.III out 7J
MWIli lip
Ar LynrhUurK t the broad
f Ar .' ."rl"l It. tile Ho Ky', A top 'lo'ln".fu ----.-Pa I nvi nldp; The main avenues that the mainland over bridges To the next 5. . . . $UIOt'u.h

\VMhlnKUm. MollAIIII tr'hllKo.iii. -. PaLin-_ "7.-- run |*ar which span the splendid Halifax To the nell 5. . . . I quart Mel to each
Ar lUUlinort rURIIttp I. o en II M... allel with intersect the river all .j
.\r I'UlliKlrltitiUAr .. run :? iiA I .te\ .t.lllrllI".II.hl..u.1II t' H II 7 ia i or an' Hiver. To the next 20 I . . . J; pint .Velio each
:New"> York_ I' It H,, tIJiI&: 1'1ItIt..tdp lK! feet wide exeejrt Iteach street, The leach from the sandLlnffa To the . ; r.
I : ---- -\ l.\ rinclnniiil.ilVrTolfdo next 0. .. I 34Mto Ticket h
oAr ('II l>' 1H0114I the. lowest ebbtide:, eat
to point 1U( ItI -
.. Nu.. err-'w'NbOgal anti Florida l.ltnlt- lvtriilt1Mli-h. .. .. >,, 7..*. which is aiMiut sixty-five feel but +++++++++++t++++++++++++++++++
d II.lly Pullman llr..IDI-I M'lUtll..p-. -- >. -- -- lad-(Ai-..-.- -M"- I Iran half-mile of beautiful I uretj about 5W( ) feet t. and lie I average + +++++++t+++++++++++++/1 ,
11I'arJ.rluufUl"'lo'olk. 1.\ltll'IDtlaU"j r. Pa ldnes aepa a OJH'II depth of the surf measures about + ..
= _- l.vriiictnnail; Ii- h. -.8Ie Puur y.i water abutting its eastern side 1(! + If* Yout i
1-::;; Ar'lf\flan_ .. .nlg Row ,
UtbMTbel.-o".hlt1l4lt Nky" l ISua) l.v l..-xlOBton., by.Ir when the salt waves ebb and flow' 1 rolls in from the wan from one to +4.
I I Peupl know R food. .. .. i ;
-.,. U>ul"%'lll<'. Ky.VrHi. .. Ho Rye raga and aloncr and JUTOHM which two feet in depth under normal con1 + whn they.. It arc :.
I.v Jlu\tUlullie. --1-\0 I sty, 7 OpHolly louttu. Mtllty 1 it.'II coiuosI + .
l.vNm" ini_U. CiA. IS(*... -- and healtV-I i 1 dilions, making the )beach : + urc of .. f
\rColuinulns. f\o tun. ." KMiling, invigorating an attractivrllud In Rood .....
1t:1 No. U--Tlie FlorUU I4nill - ArAih.Ullf/ N CAr $o Ictjt olid. '..-.Ubul..1 Imlii Ihrouk'ti rmwhimul giving b'trvzes from off the witle absolutely safe place for surf-;II i + .
! HotHprlnfli.! N.e. SUP --- --- -- ____. _
foIon'l) Pullnmn $byplnal'arJOrkwmrlllr io N--rr + -- __ _
Ar Knoll\tlla Trna.ArlxwUUUf #ll',> '\ urk. Atlantic, which temper and n-iul-T bathing.: Hero the infant ax well as i I + t I I.h
Ho N vivaArMI.l.uulr "
MyHoHy the + rut out lhl
grcyhaimieterau uf Coupou. llll lu ib blank .
iI |
I.VPN = : the Halifax many I .... .
climate of
the .
\r l'ln_ lnnalJ.O. Q A O (Ail one ino-if! "'sumraers can safely enjoy the luxury : .tft< in<> word lorh MMiK tft; t\aroa
Yule ,
:! i
, Norlhw.
I I!I 'h.* M bole lu niak
JM.rr"d| in the world. Daytona has of a !sea bath throughout the larger + an nMM-oprtot* I :
:\0..-liitlly Pullman Ilrii.luglolanaud .. I j + (rose n lriUln Mcito and mail tu HM- '. P.O.
r: KufTct Minting .'.r iM-tuei'ii jHkMiiilli' J''klOO'I\III.l.v Jeiup,4>... Yla .. Holly Ry'letup 7KfMo > snide miles of well-graded marled 1 part Itr the year, "Ilil.th..' strong ++ TltUl'Wj.. ('0. !
a"dHt.Iouh. .MMUMi.tta Milky SiUB and I shelled rouds and I and t'xjrrt swiiniiu-r. .'an"f'nture + IIW>..t AJmkvmUllf .Io41..t. i it .
_. : streets rcn-j I I t'twaly
't Ar.\tltmt-Ua .
.MuR"Y'Ii" Ntatr :
further Florid
\iihliloii, AIM during il the i i I out to tent his strength and + +
: .\r I Itlrllllnlll''' II. Ala Ho $ 1EaytV skill battling with the inexhaueti +++++tt+++ t++++++t+
WORLD FAIR TICKETS TO \r t"IIII.hl..1"1I1I "rl ++++++++t+++++++++ + 4NNi
1 +
?; NMieclman's l'araJi i
>e I ble
I \r tan" 'lIy !tl. frl. jNiwers af ihe mighty ocean.I .

j ST LOUIS NOW ON SALE ;I Ar 1.'I lilt'-e i't-prlllll..pbl- .-T"n-"Ark _- -iiiP II.-... and added i to then, but a mile away !j I I the Peninsula i iu your IN-niomU-r.nntWI'J i atriirt the !first, to IIII tin] rurreI answers. nreivetlgtt the| l'I-iLK., St ed

t --- No. W."Tli-, '. rl _lJml-." are thirty miles of smooth, hard 'I I lying between river and ocean is I IltuhalI

Arrivals I at Jackson\ille: beach that affords an unrivalled '! mile wide Tropical Manufacturing
I and is being Company
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I YtumTurk.w' ,, ,... ---- 0 course for lunf istanrt' cycling andIriviug I rapidly improved, and there
9 I 111I tu "h' Sit.+ \\ hinglouuuIVIurlllUmtt. 119: n.1III are I 14 West Adams St.
From( :, ..' .. Jacksonville
'bIUIl (
I I FromKaus11 rIror or nnat htr.ISlnnhlghani.ie.-Nn.II."Yturlda hfttllIlUNtgD. 'h'Nit. II h'IurWM .Imltl'd r.lmlarl"tt:5Aa.m.;Ir/ n. ur anttimobile racing. No :,!. many fine cottages and several gi 1I.1I1) i Fan .
1 M'rum'Itchlnall. .t to.*" -s.8.bllllChl.U'I IOrids l.Ilnlld I'IIAa.DI. '1' hotels, an house. auto
' V-_____ town of rqual size, North South, ojH-ni mvan !: ....... -
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I'' I i ....1 ItdU (U)-1'R11' SHIMKIl:} Tol'lilST TICKKTS i XIIIIX SAI.K: nuinlN'rx HO many ivheehnen, and casino.i piers! fiavilum aunt a large i : 1 1N1.N NNININNIN ;
J. C. LUSK. District l' **cnjrcr Ajrcnt, 1CM N\e-t lla)" St.. Jackson l lflc, rla.f cycling i is a favorite pastime with ;!;i .\ Remarkable I DIXIE FLYER I''
II'I C. M. ACKLk F. (i. M.' \V. t1. I'AI.OII (1.) I I'. A. ibc tourists :
f S. II. MAUim'ICK, KSIIWCI' :A. il. summer and winter. World's
I' I
I T."W'H % I'l A.FOUNTAIN has Fair !
: at Daytona the yearly i impmvemeiit RouteNASllvluK
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k Ii The Ikautiful Cottages in the style 81:11'ailit.. of i i

that haw been erected during the the buildings that an' being erectedfor :' / : t'll.l'I'l.11': < ;
I '
CITY ; ;vli.v..xi-! '' -III.IHI'"iH.H : v
PHARHACY.Sonni past years and are being built are homes. Men of capital ..labs : \ :: : \ ,\\P.\II.\\/'It'l/ : I: I

rendering (Itaytona as famous for its North ;11111r('St liavc I Hcomeawakened ; ; l I.11 light Iitl: Tllrllllgh; the.
ItKACH: STREETHa : : IM.MUIIIII .Mountains" f
fine homes a' for its beautiful ripr.In't'8 to its advantage for winter TENNESSEE If.
a SrWt Sta'l of..... and n-nideneex and valuable lots are I AND KENTUCKY
and .
arc .
I I 1)RGGSFQR .HlKSnUl'TloNS: J'I1xr 1 : 1IIIII1SI': :*. UIU'SHI*, adding yearly to its attractions. Ix'ing plln'haM't1 l and I costly>> house), I II | :-'II..J!> tinrh| excursion: :'I)-..- M l I., days I s. ;;;;.!IK ,. till, tin", :4utian'J.ular II
I licautifiil in '
Not the least uf best attractions design and finish nn'l loI'a"11 lick-t t
COIHSSO TOILET: SOAPS. and beautiful I
tothose l llHlJu'M ( '
seeuring in the South, ;
Perfumery and f Fancy Toilet Art.cles. and ranking second l only to health the ahntlra uf wraith and} culturo arc 2 Trains
I fuhle'i multi 'II'inK> : Daily 2
perfection of I-limate, i is
>( >( the fart( hat Seabreeze City( Iteautifui'' and .I
is .
population chieflyroniiuwd !1.1\1' ,
f ;
Goodatl Heltlements 'II\ Illy 'IJ t i .' ,ti i is ;
hit J \l 1 JIIXr{ ,'. 'I" -i t." ..1',1' ; I ...i.ii.ili\. <|II r',ilK bllktnV I .. I | uf. cultivated and I inteJh- of are the peniiiKiila! on the Oceanside : I.I'.I"'l.: .., 11\ illt.| 'IJ f ; : ,\ rHf .' +11.-J.-I.I, III
","'111 NNiplf( nc''II'tllllll'll l to the sererolio) I 1I"ltt.1 .nfl 1 ,I' III
V h"'II". .tli.- : .IIr: x I iii'M". 1" :'tn\ u in \ tt' \' p III '' n- ILilifax Hiver from : I 1"1' 1..1 i "ti' '111"1''II. ,
: -n-1(1 i- -I Ii tineini'itls of honic and "" .'iallif.... Daytona 'In. Till ''Il It "!''f'JIt'rE. -
At the foot of Ocean : J.
IVmlev.ird .

; .;;..................,. .:. :..::..: ......:...:: churches.. tu, guid public features and an privateschoolM good ficabt><'(.ze, a pier n-aches i'rfH; > fwta : Florida Passenger ,.

II stores, hotels laundry, meatmarket' .! the beach into the swelling t Jacksonville Agent,

Bond Lumber i iI !*, novelty works nn surf of the ocean This pier i i.. a !I Florida.

Company i 'Usviivtric.. lights for strict ojMraIK and I Ih. favorite resort of those who delight ...............................1/111111.111NN11/N

< iiM.. illuinination! agiN..l tflej hum in the sportof fishing The surfihenXTabounds I ,,-
I I MAM I Agile Ulb'sROL'OM W-irks, and hot and old ravalle, whiling, dons : + .!
2 ; AM) KIS5ni> < baths He.. !
t/ I PING AM) C\'P ROSS LUMBER : and \crythingehie can IM' pnw'nnv. sheeiwhead, and many other varietiesarlihlt 11

I that i... iur the famous haM If
An wa affords
} imjH rtant feature in royal
Lathbugle-, Flooring, IViinig, Hrick, Lime t I, tin- lifalilifnInoHs of the town is tlie'aler vport and it has !In-en no uncomiu; ++ 1 1 i' If f

mill (veilHIll\ 111 iit > tO'k. dfBrr aDd. Yard: Fast*o..i 'I' \ oc'urrence to land a !thousand 'fMxindsof + +
1t.1I""a$ Supply +
and IIrllnllft A\' 1111" J this *
I gamy fifth in an afternoon 315 Y Beach St. 1
III.I.Md Mill, .\IIAollr('Oft.t IJuv U) ],? .!. ...,,nl, ..f .la,'kv.inlll.KftlRtnaioo I. i ,1..1. ; I i-> d >rive.l from numerous individuals of them J f
I ranging from i
nn "Sandird Brunch r h. K f c |It.N 11\\ III lotf"dJ:4.. of which there fifteen + I I.

Phone 8j R. J. ."AI.BY.nn&1 cr 'I l"i(. .11.dy l :5< it l in the .'orpordtt.limils.are wei ht to.Not thirty-five only does pounds the ill Mrs. R. T. Sands, J 1 t /en If f I

...................................................t Till.i iii.. -llo\\I is +of rurnl by boring wellsi offer this splendid MIICrt, but oean the .t : 1 i
_. dqth| from 80 to 121) feet Halifax
-- -.. liver only }half a mile bail\ J 1'Uoi'HiKTou,!: *
-- i pa I 'in>; through several strata ofn of the ocean in equally famous *

II Ocean House, l IpySKlDNEYCURE fr", l.,and) this depth assures purity us fine fishing, and the varieties that for + Meals at all hours fmin +++
.HI .tllsurhuNcuntatnination.trati'r
The aUmnd
in the + I 1 In..t X14 rkDaytona
1t.Icl' Kidney end Bladder Rljfht i.. n 1 an are present in ff e u v 1 IM ">
I F. W. SAM, Proprietor. slightly impregnated withmagnesia Ihe river. 7 a. in. to ti'p. in. J
i and iron, and hold's sulphur + +
lUten I2.00: JIt'r III\J aatl l'pward,! anti fishing good. Ex f 4- sNIRTs Jt"
; I in the thapcof gas, which soon perienced} guide and +t t+t+t++++t++++++++++++++ j 1
H-iul to It.-julnr It.I motets. dog Iw
Sj' h...' A. Hi 1".rI i- .scs a1a mar. 1I
wf.'iilSTKWAHT jia : had
: lily at reaninable I .
grit ea. tcurriJ
,: NKWSMYKNl.OQTM: FlJHtlO.I I -- n. cot, '
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