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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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a ., Daytona, Florida, Saturday, September 10, 1904. at A/r.xtbtet Male. M art .,a Vtctaltj. Price 5 Cents

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TED FRANK CLARK'S GLAD TIDINGS -

-. -)0;.; -;,(-" BUGLE BLASTS fROM COMPANY K. WAR AMONG YOLUSIA COLONELS. AUTOMOBIL HAT BT SE"ATOR ]

;-y'd B. Parker on How Polltkal Our Next Congressman Is Confident of 1.

:.., 1 poaslbhltles Are Ignored* Democratk SUCCCM In the --- ------- Colonel J. E. Alexander and Colonel J. Sir Thomas R. Dewar, Sir Thomas Up t

: J by Men 01 Cducation.T Presidential Contest. W. Perkins Shoot Red Hot ton and Other Noted People May ,

;;- Words at Each Other. Be at Our Auto Races.
411rLOWOUWsncceetlinbustiit lion Frank !tl
'A-- Clark returned last p y
uld begin at the bottom and week fronxNew YOlk, where he wenton a At the late meeting of the State My thanks to Charles Jarrott, W. i

,i.. tOwanl the top which ho maybe a business tri p. While there lie Democratic Executive Committee a M. Letts and Edward White, honor- it:

,': ...if masters every detail ofproves called upon the I leader of the national L--: little fun to the onlookers was engaged ary secretary of the Irish Automobile -

; himself more skillful Democratic campaign both in between two Yolu1ia county Club, and to my old friend, II. I >>

' with him statesmen, according to the Jackson J. editor of the Motor
-tl J a who aro vying Htato and national, and was impressed Mecredy,

"- ,_ttragg16 fur its ultimate coos with the enthusiasm and ville Metropolis, which says: News. I am especially indebted to

; ,ti t The same rule applies in polio the general plans for conducting the .' 1- "The first thing l'Onbidered'a8 these people because they broughtto

" ,.-:: There are exceptions to tho fight this fall. e I I the report of committees, and S. M. the attention of the Marquis of

,'"'}1 ; 1u, they tend to prove it-as Mr. Clark is confident that the Hendricks represented the committee Ormonde} of Kilkenny castle, an invitation -

t-.:: : tioas[ usually do -as where a Democrats will carry New York JjL.- ;1 I vacancies, making a verbal extended to his lordship

-7 Jd father makes the fatal error of state, and ho is just as confident report 1 le said that ho would recommend through me by the Florida East

1C.hiA yot\.l1 and I untrained son that the national Democratic ticket .b t that the vacancies existing in Coast Automobile Association. Lord
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", r Ai head of a great businessarLich will be elected. In reference to the I I Escambia and umter counties be Ormonde was invited to be presentat

(j ."" ; he knows nothing, or general light and the observations filled by the county committees in I the next annual Florida tournament

,II Ktident'lo politics places a man he made, he thus unbosomed h those counties. which has become famous and
in attain AJ- "J. Alexander charged fraud in through which the name of Ormondhas
public self
.: .1 Out, experience to Times-Union man lIm-1 I, .
Volusia and stated that the received fame which I
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ami "I called county << a am sure
,.. OSee or great power respon- at the national : 'a'quarteis
committee on vacancies had decidedto the noble Marquis will not
result in cither regretLord
t amity. The raseand :u\llhall a talk with Leader
> ask for and facts Onnondo writes he is t
failure, and testimony concerning at pres-
; ppuiutulent Taggart. Ho imputed with the '
, the selection of committeemen ent in the lord
penalty of creating an exception'giwdlfounded fact that there i is to be one of the King's entourage as
: rule is visited l llIot most systematic campaigns conducted etc. Ho said the committee in waiting, and therefore will not be ((1

and had )ras..ed! a resolution to this effect free to come to America. this year,
, Jyta those so piematurely for Democracy and with the 80- s
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and he urged the of the but that he next. ,
selected butjfeoon passage resolution may come
Moto unfortunately rillus and earnest campaign which t
because it desired evidence In the meantime, I have invited fc,
those who HI' unwisely in- all leading Democrats in the fighting
concerning certain vacancies beforeit Sir Thomas It. Dewar, ex-storiff of fs
gaffed them with a renponsibilty states are conducting for Democracy.
could act intelligently London, to attend the midwinter
'liai they were not in any possibleneftgut The plan, as outlined, in a most eompleU i |
"At this juncture J. W. Perkins, event next January, and as Sir f,
prepared to aMiime ) one, and I am confident that /
of Volusia, seriously roasted J. E. Tlionuw is a great sportsman Fred- fc'
Ton are naturally asking )'ollr- New York, Indiana and a sufficient
Alexander, who in turn vigorously erick GJassup, his American L
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ate "\ here at home, when myin number of other doubtful states are t
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re tells mA Mint t wv.t ftj
.ation completed and ( have to go for tho Democracy and that Uommnnduig .Vton 1 l.ai: :. ," ::1 j ,I.:. _' ,l'ul. I loiula State Troops. I"The ve iUU llittt A mus UVW LTV
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--- --...------ --- --- ---- --- --- ,--u-- discussion became quite personal surprised if he accepts the im'i ta-
tttovl chosen pursuit for the national ticket is to elected..
upon my I Company K Lad ideal !I them have feel and furnished lots of fun for tion. I had the pleasure! of interviewing 1
1& stall find the opportunity I p to "I alb kid a chat with Elliott camp quarters they cause to proudof
I being well shaded, high and the extended them those present, a* both of the fire- Sir Thomas before he was
.au even a modest t4tn'itto""ml Danfoith, and he assured me that reception by I
i governmental (1)uditioll?" there deal of enthusiasm dry, :mfell covered will.'.I" fine I the Hnectators." They presented a eaters were considered quite harm- knighted, on the occasion of his arrival -
VtUwiDg i i was a great
&od.No that did them credit less. When the wrangling ceased in New York on his tour round
grassy soldierly bearing
without hesitation that, that state well in
1 up as as New
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I Lieutenant Fred CAltl well the committee decided to allow the the world, and found him a most
w .er your home may be, there j' York city, for the Democratic ticket, : troops in camp presented a was I
I in assisted Lieutenant grievance committee more time to democratic sort of personage and a
find I upon investigation a Viand that ho is confident that the Letter appearamv than Company K. command by -
18',11'1 Jibb. investigate and make its report. man of wide knowledge and travel.
nearly state will for Parker In the parade Smida\, when hun-
rianco for helpfulness. In go and Davis.
He is the head of John Dewar &
Private have
every town, county and city govern- Mr.I Danforth is one of the strongestmen ret.lsere present to witness the Lindsey mast enjoyed Bull Stirs DcLand
An
Diragcd Up. and
that blanket ride him his Sons, Ltd., is in line for the lord
I evolutions tin- given by .1
II101I1I'II\'t'f14 Ixiysif
the are rapidly in- in the state of New York and
ntatt expenses
I I comrades The blanket must hare A, big bull belonging to the McBride mayorehip of London. Sir Thomas \
ronbill'rahlcI Davtona went through the tlrill1'11.1
for is in of the information
Although II pxlsse$4iHI
aiasing. I been. a aunt; affair, as it enveloped farm ran amuck Monday is also an author of note, having ,
ttrdoas of the increase correspondttg :, which counts. From what he tnld l written books of travel j
I scared many :
I:.ill* px IIIIda.Iieutenant. morning numerous people,
benefits being received, the me and the in which he
are manner I have also invited who is
Jibb waa in command tossed a small boy and ia due timedeparted a man
taeJ&ncy to wastefulness and ox-(I went over the general situation I I'''
known America
of the 1'iovout guard Friday night. I this life to beck: pasturesnew. favorably to come
tlltt''
tKYigi&ce is not only mar 6IIJUt.. am almost absolutely convinced i to -'lorida-SirTholllu Lipton th 1
111111'11 disorder diweinibletiMui
I I"t was
U already threatens our iminici- !'he is light and that the Demon. these baronets American
About thousand boys, or own cars
,>li im alertness, and only late a more
titles in the not fir distant future :i will carry that state. He refennl to u afar.. IS were gathered in. le -some on horses and some and Live large stables of different

a th a burden that will be homo a grwft. many prominent Kt'puhln a'is I'riv.ttr: LindseyVM the victim of. a-foot-ran a dozen of Box Tedder'scows makes of American and foreign care.r .

4& difficult This is due who will vote the Democratic til'ht,
great ) ,III .icci,I nut bayonet thrust' in the; into the |uml. The McBride *. .
Urge/! to the fa t that men of oduaiko : while at tho wine time he was unable sibull the The
I I i iir'it' t \ '' that did not prove wai doing honorssho"inghi Stevens-Duryea people not

supplemented by professionaltti to name a single nt"mol'rat who t \ it' utrl to I IN' 1oot'lIi to the hospital. country cousins the moot 1 luscious only got a lot of useful advertising, I

business training, are unwilling would oppose it. He regards tl.e r inuil ('armit.hU'1'a the so-. places in the streets of DtLand- and deservedly so, from their recordson

,to contribute, ai! did their fathers in pituatiiHt an 'bright and 1 am ( oninced ,'i.d lion of the company during them and he was included] in the drove of the Ormon .IMJto a beach lt

tke past, some 1w ort ion of their 'time \' that he is right in hiM I". .nelusions. ,, 1 ;unntent cattle the boys drove to the pound. winter, but they also secured a .

,ad. ability toward duties of local ," The bull was enraged at the treatment splendid agent there in rather a

::pymment: Mr. Clark stated that there was i. _-r" accorded his guests and tore peculiar way Mr. Kimball, of Omaha -

.'The result: naturally i U that too IJo a great political meeting in I Likt around considerably. Just as they who happened to be topping at .

aej men, with but little at stake City on October I. and that Elliott\ were driven to the gate of the The Inn with his family, became interested -
j
'J ed without any ambition to l>e use- ) had practically pionnscd !Ian pound the bull allowed his temperto in the little Springfield ,

bdta the community in which they to be present. The people o'f Lake ,.. get the better of him and made abee flyer, and while he is a stock raiser I

!5w, leek for and obtain beat exeM'nye City will make this meeting one of \ line for Dunn's Bottom En and had no idea of going into the
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offices, as well as those of a leg- the greatest in the history of the -- --- route lIe passed two ladies, who automobile business, Manager Hilde-

uktire character, with most unfor- stole and will have a great crowd and inarching with! Ill'rit't( quickly distanced him. A little negro brand soon him won over, and J e has .

:tl 4t. rtsults. ThU is to be seen there. precision. They I. I' i 'I. i', 'I I boy named Muller I was caughtup sold more than a dozen StevensDuryea '

eft erery hand, and as a rule it is plimentaiy renuik-: I 1'ir I against a shade tree. The bull cars and is crying far more.

Ut the,fault of the Wai party lead- The Gulf Stream Freakish, soldierly appeal am I pinned him against the tree but fortunately Evidently: Mr. Kimball must Le an

(B, who are too often unjustly cen- For the pat two or three mouths The Oazeue-\,'\\ : 'Ia, I his horn went on each sideof successful in raising customers as itt-

a9tod and held resix..ihle for such the gulf stream has been acting in a pleasure of taking dinwj 111 I tho lad, who tried to beat him raising stock.,

,'tionsJuJgeItlln H. Parker freakish manner by bating greatly pany K Sunday. It that retell-I I II away with a little stick he held in All this reminds me that C. C. 1'
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4,SeptemSer SuccessOr increased in flow and sliced M it an index of how they fared all t : 'I Ins hand.! Others finally drove the Hildebrand writes me that the lOOt :

4 races northward. Now comes the time in tin grub lm>- they will all I Iy .bull, away." The- .lad's.. sides- were, output of S.-D.'s .has been entirely )

w.o.\'l:!' e'. nd Carnival Wee"lacbmme's -. report that for the past +week this victims of the g tut. I t. II -. -I i I I. t I >M MUoR. bruised by the bull horn, but he disposed of, and that 111(; .). Stevens

peculiar body of water has still further 4r was not otherwise injured Arms and Tools Company have
: | rntln tin I i lit\ i''ni t managfinent orCJuarterllllo
Carnival
- Trade to increase! its speed to such an ? ... la Dunn's Bottom the bull towed about! completed their 1905) model,
: fie'helt3 I in that October 21-t 9) : ln I ,IIP''!,rv and the wiince j
city extent that it is interfering with all o the little child of George Creighton, comprising something extr mely

i to be a week of rare enjoy- southbound vessels l and knockingout 1 of an cxHTt| Falk the boys had colored, catching him under the taking in a large car. In addition !
kirk t rrgi-<'r in the grub line.
"'l The indications that the no >
arc their schedules. No one can explain I chin with one of his horns. Creighton there is a racer which will undotibt- 1
... .... the wife ofVrf.t
..nl MiiVnny, charming
this year will eclipao any i the cause of this conduct except ..t." saw the attack, got his pistol, : tally see the sands of tlte Florida J 1

'PMioua t event of this nature occur- that the violent storms throughout t ."f. mi IN'nny, was a l'OllitAnt'i and shot at the bull twice, injuring beach in November. j
itor t iL She is quite an
ia that wide-awake in the mp. '
k j city the and world are at him. Another negro killed the enraged 44 4At j
country '
-ic! jjnmdcur and greatness oflt7 I the Iwttom of the stream's wild race { ',1 ,,1 ..u military matters and i animal with a shotgun.More the annual meeting of the 1

;> exhibitions, and her gala .I-: !.t' | I leased with the way af- FloriJa East Coast Amt Jlnobile Association ,
northward. ,
**ilia the past are something -'- I kf t tit, I lucted. Riots. after the lad met I offered i ia \

A that city should feel teal proud t. I'n\ I.11..1'1Vas i orderly at brig- Disturbances of strikers are not resolution which wa unanimously
a Workine! Overtime. nearly a+ as an individual disorder i -
grave
llj Jaclaonvillians are taking 11011oft Kight-hour laws are ign ,> I 'v: 1 II i : i"i Illt.\"M the first day of the of the system. Overwork, lots adopted to the effect that in futuie .

tis carnival project with a vim those t tiiclcj lilllo wnrkrrUr a ni i ', hick honor was duly of sleep, nervous tension will be followed all races held under the auspices of

4, Mtpirit that presages it willIt'\ King's New Life 1'ilk Milh ;.rt' .t 1"' ',,,. t 'ompany K. by utter collapse unless a reliable the association should be invitation

,*iboundet1 succe**. Hwl uccd al ways at wok. night and! this ,ui i 1'ii '. -1 II! in-y, Sparks and Lint lW remedy I 'i is immediately em affairs solely. The reason this was

. *d farts will enable all to take ing indigestion, bilioun'' ,' \ < t t':;,. -i.,k list for a time, ployed. 'l1lt>r" nothing Hoeilident done wan in order that the officer of
sick headache and all lot :n to cure disorders of the liver or kidneys
' e ghta i offered!, and it will be ach elation liver, and Inmel troublesJ\ .\' .1\\i -,'rit:us enough to be as Electric Bitters It's a won- the Association might thereby ta sable
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7* d. "uiall Florida is there when pleasant, safe, Mire UH\I'M| ,+it .IMJ. I I' I I1-:. hospital-ju t trick I II derful tonic and effective nervine, to protect the public and time

f. '.** general roll is called October 21. The .\t won' Pharmacy andI M I I ,:It t i I. mi,idle to buckle their and] the greatest all-around medicine gentlemen' driver from the entriesof

: ;(,,- '" i Jones' drugstore.See i \ ',. I ,irtri 1 L.. I I. It!tSei. .. for ..run-down.. systems.: It dispelsnervousness an objectionable clans of drivers. ,
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; 5* !; oLDu.u. I .\II. i i'tevtii' I rheumatism and neuralgia Florida had ]little :
.b PILE a experience
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Lilt Penny was encamped I
.? ,,; : ItEUtaiV : I 11".1 I 1 ,11i I I .uuiGeorge and expel malaria germs.
.-: fir t}M sold MU\1II1lt'rlaill'lI Ibugh It.'Ill'"J the \\1nl r F. Crouui, of thi> i ;urltttN'ewa on th. F"u I Reservation with the' Only ilk, and satisfaction guaranteed with this objectionable element last

"L.:! lermore than twenty rears, ninl it looking for a reliable Sunday I. I .: i iTaliaJerro. I Hi I .1'(1'! Kitlee: four years ago. At by The Atwood Pharmacy andJ. winter, and the experience was quite
" :.r, nosOtireeatiataetiutl! I hn\'to ...IJ! If you are were M. Jones, druggist. sufficient to cause the amateur
i'i.t'! ho held the rank of second
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actual Lorllle-1owrr
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:; i. : Uandcanromint'nd i it l hijllll i ; .- Motor, with the .
"- i Ik.tbhwy, Union, 111\\11. You ait'3 at reasonable price; c.1on't overlook Iled t tilt' |'..iul- i 1.1 i ItniU'ii.uit He resigned his lieutenancy We here to and always drivers to declare they would.not go
,t; d this railway n good f i mid w 1",11J the Noye.F. Company and Liter reilited as a are serve we again to Florida if certain driven
at- I'8vieFri.I.I Judging serve on the ,
... wltb a cjli or cold It the OOTerDO ) square

:,. ,J- ,,. For said bJ lit-1 all drukgiyis.' ant SUSVERAgen"Dayton, fl'\. from the applause which greeted l (CuatiuiKd on t coadpercentanuoms 1'age.) At GramJing'tj Bakery, CvnUDuW Srenond l'o.g.

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Y uwutautiu IU Wt*$* V1 lUlU : to ;4tJt'3tt- Ills SoLII A I'lLK OF CHIlltli.aL.U 's ,$"n.1.rmUltl'l1e 1IU'd j
.. moo
aettirlly, u aianiU-rlftin'H fain ?.,,. *, .10 ,eu"'K1It, W 1"families'" 0 "* have caused It>I es to the extent of ama also |*id ccmiatiMuons to the 'UWH IiKMKIiV ach, liver and bowel troubles. Easy, '

Bj applying; it pnrmptly tAli' flit clean and sanitary homes firm after President Roosevelt I have soil Chamberlain'* Cough I!"*intJy |pleasant, safe, sure. Only tic at
or burn It allays the T iiu and who prefer a slum-tlat i is your $lIJ',(M MJ in bOUl" years. Morgan for more than twentyarn, ail it Tlie Atwood Pharmacy and J. M.
the Injury to ln-al in about OIM. who The report urges measures to secure I had designated it as this guvernment's ban given entire> Mtifv'tk>n, I have okl Jones drugstore.
tt) s time usually ivijuiml, and an It uu.k. Hut the man expectsgratitude of the bobwhites I 1! The a piled it aunt can oonifwoJ it In lilr.- _.
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&atinepUcit prevents any danger does not deserve il-tle the preservation I'i agent Republican Jupli 1.ElhiDf'Linton. Iowa. You s ---
poisoning, Wlw-n i'rtiii Itl\lrn 1 1i III hate in this country f'campaign managers are greatly will Hud this remt-dj! a good rn-nj w ben '
for poo.1 deed is to ------- i troubled ith colj. -'We are here to serve, and always .
band Mpraln may In treatedammatlon reward a w a cough or It nl. we
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net in, ", hit h !lu it- Hot Hulls at G o'clock a. m., i by guarantee > ways afford ijUkl if lief and into 1,1.WI.Dt serve on the square,

felt njcoTtfrj For ants by all done"One1 after paying a bonus I At Grainling's Bakery Morgan hearty support tale For akbj all druggists, At Gramling's Bakery,




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1 ey" has to say. Don't let that dollar of yours scrape a conversation. with any old thing; roll it here-it will be answered civilly and I( :.


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: GUZETTE.NEWSPublbhed Five "More Day" clubs have Bugle Continued from Flint Pajre.) ,
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F.rerylaturday. serious race troubles arelikely to occur private. He is nofirst sergeant of were allowed to enter the races in TO HEEL
----- N. W. Kpps future. This is hard on the deserving j j!
at any moment. Company K.Mrs. i
GEO. F. CROl'CII. fcBUHHH. superintendent of schools in that C. M. Bingham, Jr., and professionals whom I would like Every lftirol BoStonian i

Subscription >|1.80r Year in AdvanceNotlcrt countyva* foully a wa<*sinated by Mrs.I Edw. Fitzgerald gladdened the to see pieient. It will also be a bit Shoes "IIOWS!

R.adlng toe tr Uw F'.achTim* members of these club last Saturday hearts of their warrior husbandswith unpleasant for some amateurs who i clever workmanship awl o I

---- --- night, and an investigation! of their pretence Thursday. may not receive invitations. The good honest leather. TI** o

Knterwl at the Toatoffice at Dayton, the affair lead to the discovery that Among the Daytona visitors to the subject, however, is under the earnest I standby of men whowetr :

Florida M Second ClaM Matter. the organization widespread and camp none made the hearts of the consideration of the officers of the good bhoe* '11t''Au.e.t t theyare '_ .. i
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general among the negroes Manyof boys more glad than those of Miss Florida East Coast Automobile Association made of the highest )' t

Saturday,S't.| 10. 1W4.Natloncl its members! who were connected Winne and the Misses Wicking and more will be known grade of material, Tiny ) t

with Mr. Epps' foul murder have Mrs.{ J. G. Gainey and her mother about the affair when the next issue : are made over comfortable :

1 TUket.ALTON been arrested and sent to Live Oakto visile the boys during the encampment of this :Magazine appears.It shapely lasts hy expert -e

IIi F..r I'r..II..III. save them from the fury of an and were welcome visitors. I is very likely tint the two piers 2 union shoemakers" I i i: <
., IWOOKS IMKKU: :. white and col will be removed altogether -
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outraged public Lieutenant Edw. Fitzgerald actedas I at Daytona J and are strictly u )-toe ': .

of New York. ored. regimental quartermaster and I before the next tournament, J date in every r -'p'd. : .,f.

For Ykv-IYwkfent, end as William Wallace, of Boston, 11. ..
looked after the transportation $3.50
1IBSKY J. I HAVIS.of Much Ado About Nothing; L. Bowden, S. B. Stevens and other /
W..t Nirumii' [:of the brigade with that care and -' --_- 1
What has Mealy to do with thelegislature ; well known amateur drivers are of :
noted.
Ticket. diligence for which he is
State ? What bjiVmees is it of the opinion that these piers are dangerous *
UiiiUtl StutrsJ.IiIIi :S'tiatiir Daytona was showered with honors :
rot his who is elated? Who can he to competitors, and the opin- The GLOBE
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"influence?" TheleUe- e\\'s such drivers ,
\ : ions of competent as
For CuDRiviwinnii, was designated i as field officer of the .
("LA UK. will ronfer a favor on the long suffering these will naturally be respected as *
I FRANK officer
lay, Captain J. B. Parkinson as It *
public if it will answer these far as jossible. .... PECK & FOSTER, Proprietors. '
For 1'r 'kfltial EWtorn. of the day, Sergeant-Major A.
f II. P. IIAILKY.T.A.JEXSlNfiS.. questions.-Deland News. If the next races are confined to *
H. Schmidt was selected to mount
. The Gazette-News oWrved an guard, Lieutenant Edw. Fitzgerald amateurs only-that is, to such I Daytona Florida. !

J. C. H. KOONCK.A. item going the rounds of the stole drivers as are not in the pay of manufacturers ,
was detailed as regimental quartermaster *
Its NEWTON.F. press, written from Jacksonville, in or in the pay of racing *
. B. STOS.: fAS. and Lieutenant W. F. Jibb **>FttFAAMttttAlttk****>FRkAfr*A*A*** lkkiAAAAIAtMtAA1t4*tt'
relation to the above named gentleman with car owners-it may be that the professionals
officer of the guard,
was provost
For Governor '
and from local sources learned will be given a chance at -.
NAPOLEON D. imOWAHP. Sergeant-Major A. H. Schmidt as =
that he was at one time of considerable the November record trials, where

I For RecreUuy of State, prominence in state affairs and sergeant. they can show their mettlo and compete ...........N............. ................44444444.
II. CLAY CUAWF01U L. Smith of
Adjutant C. was one
that he still retained much of his with each other.-uSenator" in
For Attorney-General, the best natured officers in camp
WILLIAM ELLIS. past influence in the councils of the Automobile Magazine.
party. We have not the honor of a until two incidents transpired that
For Comptroller\\ aroused his ire. His horse was
justly
.\. C. CROOM. personal acquaintance with Major Ministerial Outing.
Heal but would infer, from our inadvertently shipixxl to Manassas Beds
For State Treasurer ) Any question as to Leon EllenwooJ' -
and also his name was appropriatedby ron j
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. sources of information that he could with the I
popularity Daytonaministers
The
the deed.
For Superintendent Public I rutt ruction! wield some influence in the next the perpetrator of
" loss of the horse he bore with commendable was settled Thursday by
[ WILLIAM M. HOLLOWAY.For I legislature, like any other prominent their .
his annual contribution to en-
I Commissioner of Agriculture, citizen fortitude, but when he

II. l:. McLIN. private The Ikrtow Courier-Informant learned that his good name }l.'ltll't'n joyment by giving them and their .
t I
. i For Railroad Commissioner also seems to have been offended) at stolen there was blood on the moon families an outing up the river.
; JOHN L. MORGAN for a time and clubs would hu'ellE't.u The trip included a run up Billow
the innocent mention of the Major'sproposed .
For State Clniit creek to Mound grove, where the
I he in contact
had
come
. "unwarranted" interference trump In Colors and White all If
R. E. ROSE. at prices. you
who
with the maliciously
I in legislative affaire, and for its party so ministers'
Court, Six Years, :1
For J oil Joe of Supreme -

r R. FEN \ TAYLOR information refer it to"its own wronged him.Captain ing, and a jolly time was spent in contemplate using a number of Beds this I
Politician who Huttner, of the regular
"Perambulating ,
For Justice of Supreme Court doing it justice. On the return a
ROBERT S. COCK ItELL. thus gossips through that : army, had charge of the boys in the
J paper fall
made .t.tf
run up Smith's creek was to you can save money by buying now \
THOMAS S. SHACK LEFORD. "While this discussion at the Aragon drill exercises Monday and he complimented -
the The return home
dredge. was
a
J. WHITFIELD. Jacksonville them on their proficiency,
( ) was going on made twilight.A .
by
For Circuit Judge, Major 0. P. Healey, of Volusia, wInch was very gratifying to them, ------
MINOR S. JONES.For A \ of thanks was tendered
walked through the lobby on his coming ns it did from such a critical
to Captain Ellenwood by the party.
State Attorney,

JOHN County C.Ticket.JONES. way'There- down ,town.' said one of the talkers, source.Adjutant :Smith jumped his mesa TKKTHINA .!..?* *o..tbr., nut ll>.-nIt i Binghain & Malcy.

the who will ice and dined with the company boys al"Jurt'llbebab111bt"n"II
For Representative, 'goes man cut more elM b.. filial; .nd 11* true i
C. I.. SMITH. with the next legislature than any before camp broke up. It often Mvet. life for you.

T.J.SI'ARKMAX. man in the state I If I were a randi- Monday the boys were paid off, overconir"Ti THI.1"cures and counteracts cholera the infrtiitum rffecU of t.............................................. N11 !/

For County Judge, date for president of the senate or but the amounts niched were not the umnwr'* Ix'at, aids dilution, rgu- .
lat' the bowels, and cost :2"t; t"'lItIt nt.drullKilltlt. .
I J. I. MiCRORY. receive in civil !t
: speaker of the house, I'd sure see as much as they pursuits I
For Jud of Criminal Court Healey and be (quiet?) (probably !but the novelty of the way itwas I II ......... .1..................1.....N......

.
I. \ STEWART.For Labor In
quick) about it. Major Healey knows earned was a pleading incident Day Daytona. 2 \\' E; M .\ KB no at-

J I'roHxcutlng, W. PERKINS.Attorney, personally every Floridian of promi to all. I Labor day was not observed} in I .. CUTPR S tfiniit ttt.d'anythingsharp I

nence. A majority of the membersof Daytona on as grand scale as is befitting !I T
For Tax Collector F. (J. Lindberg, the ('Omp.nychef r : or cutting, hut
the his such an occasion There waran
next legislature are
.
I) I' SMITH.
received compliments
:
many of the officials I we ha\'ta a sharp desire
friends, and several of them are un- entire absence city
For Tax Assessor,
from the soldiers and visitors uix.nhis
S. II. \VILSANFor der obligations: to him. He'll Lave excellent cuisine. in the proceedings the day, owing ; to furnish t you J

i County Treasurer, something to say about the organ i probably to no invitation }being ex.I I : .sonu' sharp and cutting

I JAMES J. VINZANT.For ization of the next legislature-and [ It is quite generally understood temhnl by labor for their presence i toolthnt: are A

Superintendent of :School*, you can bet that he will be on the that Col. J. N. Hradshatv, commander The jmraders, headed by the ('itl- :
I 1 with prices cut SOrloa'
BERT FISH. scene early.: of the Second Uegiment.will ak zeus band included the white 1! For Circuit Court Ork, I to the; line to
S. I). JORDAN. The Gazette-News' local item did to !ho retired next .January. In this I II'nkrK" painters'and maSOll': 17p! as

For Sheriff, not convey near the importance or I I event Major Bingham will rise! to unions, numbering about 1:?:> men i D ., almi "-t cut it, and

J. R. Tt'RNER.: significance that is implied to MajorIlnaley's I i the rank of Lieut-Colonel and JKH- and the colored carpenters' union whit h will sharpen

For County Commissioners, "influence" as this correspondent sibly even to Colonel of the n-gi- and federation of labor, with about j
.. I your cutting propensities in a happy extent. I
F. : BOND,
I
f T. L. RODGERS.T.J. does, and yet its force seems ment. Lieut-Colonel Brossier, of 10. This was the first official celebration _

MURRAY. to have escaped the attention of the Key Wet, is first in line for the lat of the day in Dajtona and ..

It I). BROOKE.W. critical Uartow editor. ter position, but his geographical it i is hoped that ruoreextensive preparations Mason & Wall Company
I iw. j
H. MrIllUl)": : position in the state is such that it and more elaborate arrangements

For f hoof Commissioners, 1: ; ( ;:! is surmised that he will at onto retire will be made for the next celebration II. KDMONDSON' Manager. i

E. F. KNAITE. It i is a greet ronveuiwv to have ntjtvliMlife I I leaving the roast clear for other } of the day. I'liotMNo. !). 11' \.rlh II..w-h Start
L. E. CAUSEY.JOHN Bland \ ruetlrif for use in ease of : :
CHANDLER. aecWnt and for flight injuries awl nil. I aspirants. Captain J. 11. Parkinson ------ ..1...........1...................e....N....N. 1N
iwnt A goal! liniiiitiit anJ one that H being the senior captain of the Tragedy Averted.
j For Justice of the Price--8th Distrkt, fast Lot('oOlilljt u favorite if not n household : "Just in the nick of time our little _
in line for
Battalion will be
ill ClmmU'Haiu'M Pain Second h
I necessity
"
r.1I.\nU R. cox.
i tray boy wed, writes Mrs. W. Watkins -
I'mlm. Ity npi-hintf it promptly ton rut, :: '
position.
bruise or burn it allays the I"i" utnlrnumM I'Major Bingham's present Pleasant City, 0 "Pneumonia !.I!'' I '! u..uua..i..u.y.y.!'sass. .,.... ...'.r!'!+!. !'!. IjlJ
1 tin injury to Itcul in about on>- I OWantE'tI-To rent or purchase, a had played havoc with him and I a i
Hamilton county having tried boll I third the time usually rwiuiivd. and nIl it terrible cough had set in besidaa. Drink
wet and dry methods, renewed hei r ii nn anti-filth- it \jtn-mitM any dimmer i houseboat or l boat suitable for cruising lX>ctors treated him but he grew LILY WATER.. i
of blood
pomoning Wllt'n Pain Halm m : and
devotion to the dry method in ar 1 kept at hand n sprain may lie treated I I State particulars price. worse en>r'lbJ. At length we tried '
. election Tuesday. U-fore luHammati'in sets in, \\hnh ins Box Ill Iloikville (' ntrt'. Nassau Dr King's New Discovery for consumption ;) 'cot,urt 1J' And Preserve Your Health. -

sutra a quirk. rm>\'.-rFor mil by nildruggists. county N Y and our darling was savedHe's I: ; t,, (! )fSJ

.. / now sound and well." Everybody ; h. Absolutely! ; } freed from all impurities f ,
-- -- -
Verdant Vermonters; still retail I ..................................-.................. ought to know it is the only I:: I by the SchantFiltenition: Process.: J
their faith in the Therea for colds and
g. o. p. ; sure cure coughs, lung
no perceptible change in the vote o f : .. diseases Guaranteed by The At- I It is recommended! by tin most eminent f

that state in Tuesday's election Iron 1 wood Pharmacy and J. M. Jones, :t' r physicians: to be a pure, healthy |
Edw. G. Harrisr druggist i Pril'e'I\c! < and ? I 1. Trial
: :
what it has been in the past. littles free 1. and hygienic water. Plain and car-1,

."; I hOniltetl.LILY WA1Ett HATHS. wr -.J 2? C- *
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) .1 tkt l1\trh !* Na.tJ
Arkansas went Democratic by he 1: PHOTOGRAPHER : Registration otkt. .''i

usual magnificent majority last Monday The registration books of Precinct WM. WICKING Manufacturer,

The Arkansas Travelers aj .. No. R ,\"i1IIJe open for two days in j:! DAYTONA. FLORIDA. X
t .'
predate good government and H<, Peck Block 'Phone 91 ... each week-Mondays and Saturdaysfor !;-''-"*'!'!.!' .! !.!.!'!.!.! !,iiiit ,.,.:,.+.'i+. .y. .,!..,.,. ,?.,,.,!,!..ii YIH-'If

publican spellbinders never mak e. five consecutive weeks, commencing -

any efforts to spread their pcrniciou s : : Monday, September 5, l9I II.I IK. 1
doctrines that ..................*................................. Iff r.n-H" Y'7
in
state. F. KXUPF,
FOLEYSHONET 7I' '
TAB ;
District Registration Officer. ton.u."., .. .. a.... t. ....,.. Health !: :t.! ;
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phur in the ahapecf gas. which Boon ienoed"guides and "'dogs Le ..9TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY ---

H. V..' BRACEY WIIOLSTKRKR: mdJUMIFACrrRKRof Jlinil GRADE pl.u awal had at reasonable price. may [cotLAgllr.,11, ..i, 1'.r' rrjJ

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Moss and Fiber Mattresses. BEK Daytona SteamLAUNDRY r

.De&lir... :-p in F fWond Hand Furniture and Stove. orders in thleoffce for Quid workwe J. D. Carmichael
.. Your Old Furnittm Made Good Drop
aa
Bead Bl and Bdlniew \fr. aaNn'. Before you bar jour plumbing done
1J81tona, 1a. do the rest. He&D tare you 15 i rtrot. All work

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FATE OF I A CURIOUS PHENOMENON.

J, t j % f By iu combo cu ucmpentic action A (11 '. OCEAN STEAHStPyCO.; .
WREAME'RlOrlglnal ; tk. ... -i
11 k upon the t til* i and the mucoui i alaptar X .. .t akou.. .R % I\ :: :
\ t tft. Rid ....
fU s membrane -
l Hancock' Liquid of SAVANNAH V- :
h l Sulphur pokitivi+ !y and surely A singular phenomenon occurs on the "' <.
'S <
I j
_ Emery Melvin was a ne'er do well i i I border of the lied sea at a place called 1

Cures A friend of hU once Mid to. him "Em Nakoaa. where Intermittent underground FAST .RfUHlTXU Ll'XL'KIOL'8 PASSENGER ROlTETO' '- |
I' sounds have ben heard for
ery you're a dreamer and an
the
'a Catarrh kind of a one." That ,made the young wont unknown number of centuries. It f.I is NEW YORK BOSTON and the EAST.A -1
.
situated t>
i fellow sick at heart I at about half a mile distant
but be loved
IERMICIOE j CatArrh.. a COI15t1lulionaldiJ. girl who comforted<< him by saying a: I from the shore, whence a hot reach of .j .. '
4. ease, utd )oral treatment odors ewiUnotcnre ". nt'r wad ascends rapidly to a texht of 300 I :
f M kv j mind Emery. If .
1tr" t. Snlpbariathe made a dreamer you were feet This reach Is about W fet wide 1 'f., .1
': j the
wont kind of
'r"t greatest gcnnicide known, and a a
f and resembles "",
an amphitheater, being
-q' l s harmleashutlnwcrfulconstitutionY' one means that you are very much of .... '
walled low
r builder. Ib a dreamer and It's by rocks. The sounds coinIng
value
f has tK en rccog better to be a food .
e up from the ground at this place -
< deal of
BucuiuiBKcs.uuiaiiiTscurauveeiiccu one thing than a little of ('fer1'tbln
.; were never obuituhlc till the discovery ." recur at Intervals of about an hour. '

Vic" I, of Hancock'i Liquid Sulphur. So positive However They at first resemble a low murmur r
P a U its action that sec guarantee it to Emery save up dreaming but ere long there Is heard a loud
for
c t' cure Catarrh, Eczema, Acne. Itch Dandreff.Rlnjfworm.rricklyHeat.Diphthe awhile-at least he thought he did- kDO
A C <'klnllllnf"'ht like the strokes of
went to work at the trade he bad learned l
t a bell and which at the end of about I
: \V ria, Sore Mouth and Throat, Granulated << carpentry, and married Hope Clark, five minutes becomes so to
strong as
Eyelids, and all duea&c cf the Scalp. the girl wbo bad comforted him. But i
agitate the sand.
RL HANCOCK'S It Will not long before he fell to dreamIng I I
SUIPHUR
.e 4 { LIQUID OINTMENT.rrepr4 I The explanation of this curious phenomenon -
t? -+d L Mpeclally for Iluroa.fVald,Open again lie worked dally at hU given by the Arab Is that
l u-', bse tor Horca, Chafed !Tart. new xarr c.t. but!., trade, but made a very I
poor success at
there U
"": .." a convent under the ground
& I.2\ 1:: Pile. Iloabnr of Fac- and llanda, and It
? L LPL. ""7.: a11Hktn tti..__.&.*. HU mind was not on hla work but here, and that these sounds an. thorn t

'' 'tom"...5I..: ; bold u &11 rraab r drnt.l.nwme rat rr, kaUM on fanciful picture* that were constantly of the bell which the monks ring for
1 on air earls+ u JI: artBMv( coming l
wlpUur before
: .dot :: up him. A troop of prayers. So they l'allit Nakou. which BY LAND .' M SEA.
A... r:;.. HANCOCK LIQUID SLLPULK CO actors coming to the town where h. means a bell The Arabs affirm that
... Baltimore, Md
Savannnah
-- lived he Short Rail Ride to
r went to see them. The next I the noise so frightens their camel
r'r '. '' ,- day while he was sawing boards and when they hear It as to render them THENCE via Palatial Express Stcau&hips

=; driving nails be was constructing a furious. Philosophers attribute the Sailings from Savannah

z play. For several years he continuedto sound to suppressed volcanic 8ctlon-

DAYTONA TRANSFER CO. conjure up characters making them probably to the bubbling of gas or FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEKTo

move puppet fashion before his brainIn vapors undt'f'gT'Ound.wl'8ltJe (England Sew Turk nmlimjHiHeoonmftion. New 1 '- I;"Mon ships or FoundIdnrs.

e K: JOHNSTON. I'lopuvtor various combinations. Then hegradually ) Chronicle. All tkki-t n t,'ntJt are MippliH with uionilihi. i I."--iule. \\ rite fur

: developed a plan. He knew g, n.'rl\l information .ailings-irrlule+, wtateriMun rv.. tout', 'Is.
? Rubber Tire Carriages Hue Horses Careful Drivers nothing about playwrttlng, but a nat THE BARN DOOR SKATE. \\'. \ $'II' I.\S. }'Io.. IV't and 1W. Airt., 12- W. Itej St.. Jncknoovilk
ural Instinct told him that he must Invent W. II. I'LE.1S.1NTtiI'n-n and G.; -n'l Mtfr.I J. t'. HOKTON, i-ii.. 1'+t*. Agt.

We are well t'tluiNIt"tI for "Straw ItakM." Th nnt turnout in the city the things that Lea puppet woulddo A La.i...".'. D*.erlptlo of This 1'trr.: North Ricer New York 3-15-02:

-k 'Bullt'ft i tll.'t"aU; traiiut and take before writing out what they would !'.<>lUr ..1.... --. -
to
|pluswuK er any part of tL.faith.Tninka .
So
say. he took some checker and The barn door skate beggar's description.
d..1i..n"1I.rotnl.tly.| Stiil.fc.r. +>pHiMte| I'uWkSchuol. marked them with the naru of hit I never could tell whether ess.. .....! ... ......ae.a sa .Saoczo.e.S s0aa e a s c.tt

characters and moved them on and ofl be was looking at me with bill eyes : !

I Telephone 27 bps! supported stage, ,,'hleb88 the or his breathe boles lie is a bottom 4MALLORY

(checkerboard and In this way they fish and Oat like a flounder. lie has .

-'- - -- performed for him. a triangular body the apex of which iLINES, \? :

Meanwhile his wife stood by him. forms the snout; opposite his snout .

She wished he was not a dreamer, but are his tall and a few extra plows
if be had not been she would not have of his overcoat, which kind nature bas ii SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS !

loved !.!m so well. She took goal care tagged<< on to him In cam? he gets torn _

of what little money he earned and and has to l*> ml'nJt'11I11 tall is embellished : STEAMSHIPS. :

% 'c made It go a great way. But children with a few Fplncft-thl I : L.i I.... :"t ar.il t. "t' ,? "jr eiiiiipjwd P.IK-H ii"r ,.1"am..11II'* on tlteconwi. .

were coining on rapidly and the poor know for a fact .

woman was worked nearly to death. He has a couple of eyes a little way i Nn 0\ 1ItI'HO\\IM.STXTKUumiSAHr :

One day ",lulD Emery was out of a back of his snout and right back : : : I'osrmKU: \It\ nau: .

I Job he concluded to go to the city and of these are a couple of holes that important 011 th..w' Mhipw All IItI lit-I..t,. ti ill be Oo"I,1 to ..xl..1 :

: submit bin play to an expert. He did extend completely through him. These : tli iiuntlH-r of U-rtliH, or the sealing "UI'udty of I'liiing Ilii-!: thus iupuruiK .
illll .illual..tallli at tent .
all
SH so. and the iMiHwiiirerM \ "UI'lSSCMiULS
expert Lanlt'the holes
I playback connect with his lungs or whatever
: ; : I.KAVK: JAL'KKOXMM.K t\ IRrmll.I .\\ :
to him with the verdict that It he uses to brt'atbe'lth., and have : (S S<.Innlule of hiiw. in 1'loriiht Tin...- I'im.n I is

wag rnbbUh. Emery wee not used to an uncomfortable way of looking at LO\\IST I: u\Tiy: TO NKWORK AM ALI POINTS \nltT11.S .

fctact-cruft, he mild amid bad a lot of Impossible you at the same time as his eyes. IueludiIgtl.iighttid ).\YI.Uan1I.1bluI1KI: tlx- :

situations. 1 I1J'rr.'f.'ry much lIe has a mouth, too but It U on the : FAMOUS "sK.\ LSI,.V XI* .

discouraged, wont back home with his under side of him and convenient for Through t kt-U MOld to nil Northern point 1'or full :nf'.iinutionrpgurdinKiittnu .

r r manuscript, but his wife, whose name business. It Is a funny thing with : tionx offered by no otlir lux'. duifraiii,.. r.-.. r\ atiotin, :

was well chosen, bid him not despair spines on the lips, and when you pull tii ki-tx, ''(< 11"1,1)| to .
.
but Mild it around to theatrical : \",'" 11,1.' .'tr.-..t. :
man- the lower Jaw the upi>er Jaw moreswith A W. PYE j'l'J .
A4t& C sop1. agent. He did so, but at last t<
f that the manuscript was not unlike what you can nee In any ten s .i..o II| Illll'K'I'U! I'I l l\to>)% .1... :

b(':ng rrnd. liefore Bonding It out again cent restaurant This Is a landlubber's eSICI .esesse et .. tat C0oot a ciet3ts e.*osaetae....s I II

he stuck together several of the pagesin description but It Is enough. ---- 1 GI I

different parts and when the manuscript Country Life In America. 'r

'tT came back to him these pages I Florida East Coast Ry.I' I

V had not Leon separated, showing that THE WORD DOILY. 1
j hi. suspicion were corm-t Then be

_ put his piny In n rlonct where It lay for OrlclB.llr It W. Ihr *..<> of a Fab. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.POWH. .

Tri Week ly SuiliugsJACKSONVILLE several year, the dust gradually thickening rlo For ........r Wf.r. ,
-< * AD UP.
1.1. : \" I 1.1\tr : upon It. Though tho word dolly U now restricted --:=- = u u. -"

and NEW YORK- t: One day he saw In a new spaler! that In meaning to the small cloth Tw1i; .1 Delyli: f S1A110tY/- bill) ... ist I'
certain who bad been : tJ1J.
.. a manager that coven a dessert plate, It had .
("all! .i.tI .1.a.:' ''; i i i i .n n hounded by dramatic authors becausehe originally a much wider signification.It I to.tt. .. ......... ....... uI.outn.r tr M 5.5
-- THE fiNEST STEAMSHIPS I IN THE I'OAbTUbL SERVICE. II 'ltal .... .............. AO lackso.rilie ..... .. .. ... L. s U. 0.
produced such poor plays and doI seems to have been introdund asa 11' I.' se .
a..4t Aagsq n... .... I 1u.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.1 I'I clliu-d their very food ones had decidedto cheap and fashionable fabric, specialj j 1121. ......................... ..nultegs. .. .. 61. a II
U U. ... ....... ..... ......IL ...1.... ..... .., .. .II "
... offer! a prize of |:500 for a play. The ly fur summer wear about the latter .
|h.I < l SI \ ,:.'.I"I i Judge were not to t>e the regular dramatic part of the seventeenth century for : Ie: 12 1:1 pAr I .... ............ ......1'.1.1' .. ...... ....Ly -s 1u.- LI a ,I II
v JACKSONVILLE Bo.vTov AN)) i ROVIDCNCE. |I I l let a v ............ .......hlelk. .. .... . A r' t 001 4 ,
ANI} Jt.LJ. EAS'TIr N l'OIN'I'. readers, but representative lit. Dryden speaks of "dolley petticoats
Culling: III t'h.u'I.t+ ul I'l'' ,i >. I 1 I erary men and women. Emery bundledup and Steele In the Tatter mentions "a 1 >J TiAr ... .. ........,. ,.. .....Basst'o --t. -- ( eon 1
+, SliMI-WliUKLV bAlLINO.-.. ... / ooa t ....BasMateo Ar TUaSMa $100
his play and sent It to the address doyley suit.

Seitkiouid. From Lewis' Wharf Boston given.It The name has been long connected iiiLt ........... ....... S.."'. ..... '-'- L-: i
artkkjuad . . from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville I P1 .......... .....................&1.. .... 5.. a H'
-. was three month after this and with a London firm, trading as linen ...... .. ..:...... ........... u...... .... a s5a '
the whereabouts of the play were almost drapers<< in Upper Wellington street, P ........ .................... ..Or oad. .. .. .. ... beta I
CLYDE ST. JOHNS: 1IIVK1: LINK. p .. .... .. ......... ...... .Prt ...... .son ,
forgotten when one day Eml'l'Yr&"C.'t'ln..l Strand who occuplt'the great old .. .. ,PortUranlt&.. I 1 Wa
had :. .. :.... .......". ...1Mrw Smroyrata i e Ua I
Between Jacksonville and S: T1ford notice that hU play won corner house next to Hod-soH's the .. .. .. j
p .... ....... '.rrorr1NG AT I'L.TK.1'0 It. > r i I II\N; I I.> i. .KD, (d.usu) the prize. A check for $:fl) was Intlowd. banker, from Queen Anne's time to' II ....... ..... .. ........Tttnn.U. a ilalit
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mid I InU'rin..liat.. Laful! ,. ;; with a blank receipt and a note ISM. Though their name happens to ... .." .. PI ii P II IIII
II:'!" nil 'i i .HII' ... .. .... .....R.k .... .1
stating thnt within two months the be the same as that of the stuff there S II. ....:..... .. ....:. .rAa O&1n". i a a r ,
OTEAMKH: : "City of Jacksonville Ls for linking the two to- to 11 .. ...... ... ..... .....:. JII.lhollltDtO .. 1 a
play would be put on the stage.The no authority ..tp ..... ...... ...... .....u... .. I t
. coming of the play did not seem gether. .... ...... ....... .. .. !'t. Lt"... .. 01 llcq. i
I\riinxTf.n TU '* MI. \.. H'i i.o\\w. I and iii p.... ... ... ....... ... .... J ii .
.. to make much of a stir In dramatic circle Wedgwood rejects derivation P .. .. .. .. .... ... ... ... ... T1Pirrr. ji u I
t Le&fiJa.cholnillto.'urula..\ <-. 1'11..1.\I | JIIK! Tli'ii I lay* at -\-M \'. m *. 1IU1 i>o law nn Item In a newspaper auggettts the Dutch dwaele a towel, or, p. ... .... ........... .... !tIrt. .. Ii i9 .. .
r Returficg leaveSanfonl ... ......... Moinla... Wf .. .. ...
,. I rt ..o ........ .... ..IMu.rt. .. 1 1 n*
actr's prize plan as an advertising The dolly Itself u-d to be calleda D .... Jt.IJfI 8otad .. 11'
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: J ..rth.b.unJINII """ ,,..u., ... ..
()e.1I Ilno1 1pLai d',>dge that would not pay but she "dolly napkin" till shortened by customary 's .. ..... .. .............. VI' tals.... .... IIi 111
More her husbandsaw usage.-London Standard. :| ............ .... .. .....lSt .loll. ... I 5atiia
It
tiNl burned the T
-. .. ,1.Hop m .................. .........Jat'ksonrlla? ........ arty. a III paper 8
w..' H 4. p nii...............................ratotka.......... .. .. II'sve H flU I' In It. At ftrfct Emery had great ex- I I H ... 3 P e eca
11 .. .. 2 to III his play but his wife 111. Person Sarred ps ..M. .. ............... .. )iaUaad.le .. lies
300 ani.I ........" ..................... Antor. p Ilf'l.'taUontlJr fa I .. ...........,... -.Leona. City . ... ....
r- .a 30 am.:.".. ........... .,.....,..St FraiMI iM ... .. 1 IK) |) III fearing that he would l>e disappointed The person<< of the Korean emperor Is T5 0 5 Ar. .. .... ... ::. .!ofla.' I.T I p'p 110.00.I .

M ... ""........ 11t."jot.1 Iih i.au'I IINm told him that she doubted If more than sacred. If human hand touches hIm' I '. -- .
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Arrive 630nm.."......... ... .. ..Sanfoui U 'to a in the $:."M) f't't'l\"I'll'ould' come of It It hi sacrilege, and the punishment for 81 'OHD BUA.NCII.tflBa'tr I : -=-
ORAWOi Cl ;'Y .
.r- 10.Qam .. IlIh'1"i.." luIOnm; i Hut that way for them a great deal.! sacrilege Is death. If the emperortouches \ IIRANCtd.Srarrott
the first a subject he becomes sucwnl. mtT1 I ....12\ 11j"T1; rj---j : li. t.
The night for performance lI no II I
alll :4 pit pall
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The must I* mentioned -
-p Generf I Passenger and Ticket office, came and the next day Emery who emperor's name His is ; ..... ... Tttn.ftU. .... .. Ar 13 JCp JSI'.l.. -imfraa: Ar inMTtty
had shrunk from In Ing prm-nt at a only In whimpers. portrait I U .t' t .\...... O.ir.n...... ., Ar H r. 33cv1! lii. : '.ili Eri.n Ar* IKp) jliy
wgvrly soiled a morning paperas never IIAlntt'u<'\'lt after death. 116 7.v .... ... Ypterrp.a.. .... Ar II fl 2.111 .1 ;,t' '-jir Ar) IXpj)54 ,
204 W. st. Jacksonville. failure . ..
i: Bay. __ soon ns It came up from the dty. Then It If worshiped. Once a foreign 1tUalr .1. Jaof..r Lv=1"IOa,1- -- -I OOpll1'r ( liT to' LT| It JSvJ! Hp

dl-mNsM! by the critic ambassador sought to preM-nt the emperor t. 'f1-r1: S5TTJJHHJ -ii..') < Mi N:' 22 hi.< Ills play was
r< F.M.IIYINMONtiElt.lu.A.tt.1iu.I'u..ttr; ::'rat \\.1' :>' ..lii.Lonnlk.FtoW. with the portrait of bit HOUTelgn. 1 i I aATPOBTDIIANOH. I It.tly t-81-t! -1. !lal
: In a few sneering lines. Ho bought ally. t fly Da1l1 D ,. .
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o ('( JOI'EH .1.... 1.0.al rt..1gt I' r i 1.\ 1:1.1..aupt.: other and found where there Hut the minuter for foreign affairs tcD I 6o : y ilyJieuojnll f :f'F
rllllt HOKUII $t.. Jin''LW II\ IiI.! I ...tLC.HAGERTI'.Ileni paiH-rs regarded the offer as an outrage, I ,

'., I I Kw-fn Tai-n. .\-t., New i-iL were comments they wt're're crttl-said and the portrait was never accepted.The f :{ I DO II 9 a Ma 8th >J''UOIlf"4r* 1\700.19.i''6.s.* !! ai/ 11 lOOp up I; !I'13p1 p I .p
TIADK: MILNK. $.m. 'ul! Frl'.Jht.K"-"\. Nework.. clams, though one or two papers Li boundless; his II I /) 10 08 11 Pablo rash 11ft. a' 00 1 p1 t. o v V v JI
TMEO. 0. EOER.'n.. P CLVIlD CO., the audluce was a very kindly dU. emiHTor'B power I lU5 In pl'$ 19 llati Ailaailo B*.chLT 41 Ih' : e1 M'Mil i 11 15 r I ,
innerai.Ituildin Agv'nt. word Is law, and he owns everything, >j IiI'i'3aArll.rport" 7 Da ."; l Inp p
General Manager. posed one and gave the play proper land and Il'Opl.rlthout restriction.A i _.-.- -. -- -
Cbt-l"ruujoCb ?, IU Suitr St .NEW lork. attention. In the evening came a letter
simple wish is a command I PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
-- -- from the manager saying that he believed 4 .. __ __

The I4I<:LONDIKE"1IIrll the play would do fairly well ....p.I.c !. the rhlllpplnr. class CCHiKSCTIO MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAVSHiP OF THE P. \ 9. .. (. COMMNT '01

Dredge and might run perhaps thirty nights. A traveler In the Philippines writes: HAVANA AND KEYVEST

__ A few days later Emery received a There Is no place where Stopping U

: ;\ ,V 1'\ liItI\: : I'"I'I'! t"I" telegram to come to the city at once. easier than In Manila fur It U almost
I TheM TI..I T.bI" U*w kit apsei wWh .
ai trai45t tie tats'*SM to arnte ini? depart
all 1 mnl dolt n th l ,' Idut fun" He reached the theater that night Just absolutely Impotable to buy anythingyou from the s, T,>ral I lUUupi, bat thMr arrival l or departed at the sate ratted u not naraat"i,
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? mud ru. ip
r.-, Drtdging dour ?Terinn the llaldnx1'utlu UrinHinulile. IIlId >utlsf.tt. rIIII ...lIar.III..1.J.dd'tt18 before the dose of the third act and require. You can nevertheless purechase trom.nor An ti. Comptay hold Itwlf 9ooitble fur any 4.t.r T .a'' M.tMn't.q.v a Ens tb.r*
crowded with an enthulfttlc .
entered a house If you are eta Inclined everything --

the! propra-torB. hays non. Fill. __ oudlenrv. When the curtain you do not ,,'alit-aD
went down there was a wild yell for that-at four times or BO its normal I
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.................: ()avtOI1H Ice Co. the author. The manager dragged Emery value." "SEE THE TICKET \< : '

1 ,| Round trip Ticket from Jackson- .1 In his work clothes on the stage. I I. D. RAHNER, Jksat. Qcn. Pus. Age LTf.-INK, PLA.
- ti IIl't'Wf'puull'l1 at hisappearance O.t>.r'. 1I.ltlo.. -- --
t'I lll.I'r. The audience
tt
Yule to New York \ la Mallory Line '
and some one cried: "":e.. Shocked Mother-My buy my hoy.
:1 $27 Inquire at JQAZCTTE.NCWS don't want the stage carpenter. We what became of that h'tt piece of pieI 2.1 .h i ) -'

: ofiice. ?I (' r f'r want the author." The manager ex- I: left in the cupboard and toll you not ito !'

*4 44O.*****.***. l.lalDt'\l. and there was a thunder of disturb? Little Om-ar-I Bated 1l.Fhoeked Northern Meat Market
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Iotll.'r-\nd what would
-- t', '"" applause.Emery. you
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> \ was badly rattled. He asked call an act like that? Little Oscar
: OUMBIBLAIN'H ., \ -I I J. L. ODUM:
mAKHHOKA Proprietor.
$ <<'tI1." MOI.KHA XM his the I suppuse.Ituffato .
; the manager bow be could get Disturbing piece -
HUIa;..". 1!: wife and children to town and the Commercial.

: ThLi i remedy in certain to be tweuVU IM i] .- V :. manager telegraphed. "Come with the ems,. The Lal'gt':4 ami (Finest

elnoetetery Lome before the uumnier i if kids at once and bolster up your husband. Sot Fair.White .
Market[
r f/Cir south of .L..k'uJI\'ile.
ITin
-I've noticed that the wicked !
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lc Oftr. It can always.. .. ,ne In the wont revere and Jangwroii" V TIle next night Hope sat In a private generally get what they deserve. t '
,euee. It 11Il'1I1"'t.'inlh''Rlllab.... to MHII- box and saw her husband's triumph mack-And I've noticed that the good ,\ ,,'''' '- ''O k "t .1.1 I klll'lrt'(
Mu.fi.! ..! III-! ",. .i Water don't-.Ufe. F" 1
Ibtr diaordt'fM dullrt'n.; It i ill f'W"lut laughing und wooing by turns. That W t. tn Mi utn.

,; totake and never foils tit gr. ,. ; 1 :,andoyakah beginning of the celebrated
lrulI'.t f.tr. tll the ens
-' ftlUeL "h'hot Imv it now r IIi t"r. "I I 'r: was "The Old Oaken Bucket," which Sometime this \ man who c 113; North I ..:sn-h >trect.flA .

,4fe.. .'or fll\J 5.y alll1rull) i..t.. + play has been sensible all his life lets a fool h
I'aullt'It' ran 250 nights ami made the great play
';: make a foal out of him.-AtchlnonGlobe. 'I'hurll' ;17
wright Emery Melvln.JOHN I
IImA"1 i:' R VOI-.U A,,eAUr and Railroad TURNER WYETll.W I I \..


..J VStb.coudh.nd b..bluDta
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"..... w .,v t"IUU..1If. uu.t W janero Ml I > UWUMMWi HI Midi 1IM ttMU per tent amounts to 0'1\I1J.f11l1l. ran. SoUl A I'lLB Or' ffU"' +leattAta'e 1iftontelcx neou cne amu BIt mcrm-... -. _

B/Pl'ljrIuK.ltl, IA it UiamU-rlain'itrmunlly ton" Farm rut. clean anti Military houiw families have cauxt)1n.Ned to the extent of ama also paid cuiutnUftKm*} to the Col'G-11 IiI:SIFT ach, liter and bowel trouble Easy

burn it allays the Tain an'l who prefer a *lum-that i is your $ iHjMmboim'( ).t'ilnJ. Morgan firm after IWiJent Itooe- I Bair fur more Hoi tbnn rtiaraberlaiu'ii CooKh; J'm.l'IlJ' : |pursuant, cafe, sure. Only 25c at

-lbe Injury to Iwal In nl,out twenty years and it The Atwood Pharmacy and J.
cHIt'tJlDt M.
The nwswures to Secure velt had devignatetl it thin baM given
the who expect report urges as g<>vermiKnt's ('nlinMti..flltlOn.. I havoHok]
PlBf usually iv< iiiml, nut'lprevent all it Uhk. Hut man Joneu drug U> .
| re.JVe
u pile of it and ran command it hijtblv. 3
the of the bobwhites The -
ptlc It danger it-the preservation agtnt Republican
tlewrvo
any gratltiiiloiloes not I Jiiwpli Klhiney, I.inton. Iowa. You ,
Hband poisoning;. When Pain llalm i ill for jruoil deer) is to hate in this country I campaign managers are greatly I will find thin! I'l'nlt'ly a good friend s\ ben --
treatedIjPMromation reward a
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uptain iwU may in, whhh Inrecovery. 'Hot lulls at G o'clock a. in., :i cheered by the guarantee Iff J PMorgans troubled! with a cough or cold 1 t ale I I are hereto serve, and we always
afford
done it."One. ways quick TV ln-f and u ph'aMant the
serve
irk on
For Mly all yy after paying a bonus At Gramling's Bakery :' hearty support to tale For Bate! by all, druKgistn. .\ Gramling'a square Bakeryt. .


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.. .. .. < t MUSI COUNTY LEGISLATURE. The Ortando-Daytooa Hirhway. NOTICE Of ELECTION. I

The proposed hard rood from Orlando TOO- MUCH MEDICI IE!

BLACK to Daytona has caused consid- To the Sheriff of Volumaconuty.-ol the
Various Matters of Interest to fee Taxpayers Htnteof Flori I I erable rivalry to spring up between Ik* it Known: That I, II. ClAy Crawford

DRAUGHT Before the Board. DeLand and Titusville, as bath Swtfturjr, do lrvliy of State ph*of notice tiNt Mate that ofFloridn a ....1 ._ ttltlMaIf! amid by sr.g ad .n-irllte&! }-

I Treasurer's Report. places' are desirous of having the Ut'Lt'mlllt-t.tlon tit' bd! Volunin t.1 the d...itat4d, 1..1. aggrariM 'J 40lla, ,

The board met in Del..ind Monday advantages which such highway) county Stntonf n"rltJon Tiieinlajri titl44b Hr.1a. n'luss t'nIP u4 lilfiad'hIustl'k.
and ,tk't't't'tlilllC! tlw'flrxt Itondajr in NovHiiUr. -
: STOCK, with Chairman f. F. Hand, ll.i would afford to the section through .\. U. 1U01. the MiUl Twitdaj l e- I

I). Brooke, T. L. Rodgers, T. J. Murray which it was located. Of course in ing tlwKIGIITII I .....'.V-1e.eup0ed...IB,m*..,.ta41aert&1Da\e.caaaot be loo rtroetlr're 11M of 1J Oonn.la Us Reedit M>fbt,,*844. Atattaeat*. sad UM tkta o.\tMtI&..... -
POULTRYMEDICINE locating the route of I the projectedmad DAY OF NOVKMUEK, aatadm.n.fi laud r" eat. U properlydtaae.aL sallow tad itJSowisti,rub sod ,. "-
; and! Clerk S. I). Jordan preeut. ; I IIIJI a.tronia rQl&Ice or i citvirotwu TPBUNB W.\J'Uj
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the lost For vif...) 1.". .It'lItlallJ..tntll. at&n.MIs. ted In a non USM roar Mss
the
Road and I Lridgo I't'portsH'rc route presenting 0Wo.q tot oetse Is needed. n..ooct .Q1
OIM I Iirpn'MCiItftireof llw.ndcon.<< nut be Ctf.qII.. beetle mut "*! be U perfamitts. Its ptoper ruetio.dJ1"bl'e -_
obstacles to as well as the ioiial ilJNtrk-tof 1'lotiilu in UN Hf- telU from U srttfta. CM Botktu: bas c.u.a
; made as follows: overcome Krv .u..s to C'J. rpe..ne your by JKORMA PKCN8 W ATEK3SQ -.. ... >.
bridges I amount of aid! proffered by the l localities ty ninth roo{ntii of tlu Uuitt l StnU, prwss.UM th.H rteialuoaaOsaatlettk U tM IS BSeMMff.CALTFOUNTA -
, District No. I-Jet'pairs For JoM-nior of tie State of Florida. .H felt kads 1.0 tndtgestloa bllel -
Stock and poultry hate few it will ........ .. III these coodtUous wbenooodltloo PRUNE 11'
on Ostwii and New Smyrna road; through \\ passes t-ivturjr of Slat- of th Slate of segisc ed ode 1 \he of lb. bloo4. a.dirutndwuapoalgr
trouble which are not bowel and .'nf t'l\' dekl1Ilatathetkutnt. rttxkrtnf |t lu8OC'f1Ubl. Bite run of Iodi .&toQ.'' AJ'DS.lli
liver imlutaritiraBlack- two miles of sawdust laid on Titus- be influential factors in determiningthe For .\ttutlIt'J.r.t'Ilt'tnl! of the State of ta man rlM tUiocou. snJ ku aWe to juUoa IHIUyiswM. etc. so i
Praucht Stock and Poultry Medicine route. ,...., tack at AiU.It CALIFORNIA PRUNE -
ville road. Floiida. WArns to i> i..
it a bowel and lint remedy year staiufe kM been sba.M by over- work without UM tltxaiest path rnae
I. for stock. It puts the organs of Xtt -Kepairson Kingston and The Delaud News of last week For" rouiitiollcr| of llw Stat*>of Florida eating, wf ku 4 by dnnti or altkDt'... you DaU'M'&... Ttey product Mturtlor M4 ...M,
Tn wHrvr of the Slat (>f Florida. .on'I base U Mop atlas Bur diet jouneK.Ail tn nt of the bowels are say to i
digestion in a perfect condition. Port Orange nud made and Tomoka says: ul..rint..n.lt'nt l'ul lk In..trutt.1 you aced U suttetblof: bat wW aid the pu Jf and LQlLhtIl1. .
Prominent American breedws and Molluwlt la IN unsUooi sad rrlkre U from
bcrdi and flocks mad l brushed out.Xo. "The people of Orlando are determined ion of tit* Slate of Horida. I below ro&suoUr irrtutvd br uoJUrst food. Tber re N.luWs own remedy pets,. 0- .
farmers keep
their For tV>iniiiU! ...ioiir of Agriculture of Tfce uuresl .o4 slmplrsi f"IIfd} for tbU pur- rill or purv better ttta ettaarile MMri ....
healthy by giving.them an ooca- -Progression U."tollanJ that they must have a hard tits State of I' loridd.ForoiH poi'tstb CALJrX>KNIA PKUNK WAFKKS.BtlurU rtjTlM lr* and the nauKtu.bowels,better becaoso flag CJLLirofiifi7IMUNR tartttM te \
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ionalduseoflflack
IlrangbtStock
a di olf f at made from the pure.imbfruit.
ot and Poultry Medicine' in their New Smyrna road. road from tlfeir pretty town to the JiixtNvof tin Simmix* Court a first luaU" and twrctenrr of the WAFERS, are t mafurmTjiufSI
of tU- State of Florida for MX jean*. sVom cti-BO other medirlM Is DC"Cor..r, tad I not a purge acting gatlliad :M&vaD1
food Any stock raiser mar buys A commiltre frofti the BusinessMen East Coast. They want the ruid via Fur Time JiintM-i of tinS oa the oootcou of the bowels, prododz ttr
I 2-wnt half-pnund air-tight can UI'I'I'IIIt'| Wtrn you are bilious It Is a star that your lovemfot. Tb'-y regulate the liter a tea.
of this medicine from his dealer '8 League was heard relative to DeLand connecting with Daytona, Court of HHSlutc of Florida. liver Is out of order ud the twionou bile. st,>mtcb e'"voo the system sad panty tb
from the b jod. ...
For OIH Kailniad CoiiitaiHoiotM-rfor tlixof I Instead of being cxcrctMl bod1UlrGUjj"1I euie ml liowel Troub. IU1 Bpas>
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and keep hu stock in timorous the InLnIIDfI.11 taken up la the blond. K J IlloudV led ,u toe Stomach. 1'Rl
I the DeLand and Daytona hard road. and this is the route that should be titrtte Floihla. I &It:
the entire tI'Waebe. and
health for we' ks. n- As a result of bUlow.oe. system .llmples DlutDeM. A..,
t ally keep 1II.&e.nrau ht Stocgener- The board agreed to put the road in followed!1. but the people of Titus For tit o ntriiilwrH of the Iioo*' of ltf|>> i suaers. The,. are grlplt palm la UM Ab- ,,,,,"/,,...."/.,.,LUnUMJ. lolwas..
n-lItntJn' If the
State of Florka.
Medicine If doe ( I -
i t not Poultry send 25 c-nU for youn a iwnp'a' shape for laving if the committee ville want the road- to run to that For.. County Judge. |I

can to the manufacturers. The would furnish and place the material town, DeLand should not sleep on ., Sh.-nn. I California Prune Wafers
I Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- Cferk: of the Circuit Court.
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I tanooga Tenn. on the road. this matter-the road must be built CWk of Criminal Court of IWoni, "

., The bond of J. R. Wetherall as this way. What are we going to do bounty Aswssor't'I'Iuee.
Tax Collector.County Cxtrasttd tees the Fran Snot and Pare, Easy U Yaks tad WarrtfeU4 to tea .
ROCHMJ.H, U., J" 80, 1102- supervisor of registration was approved about it?" .. 'J'l'I'ltlttll't"r.

Utdleine DlAek.D.Ulht Is tbe belt tack I ear and tried Poultry Our The following is from a recent issue .. l'uUnlIIIIt'rilltt'tllf.ut: of Public BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION A.HI
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me stock the WM medicine looking tad and when now you they gut are ,communication from the Jatk- of the Oiland star: For net. :,,iuu.,ltIty "'un"5"r. ALL LIVER TROUBLES

J1 fitting so floe. They are looking :70 Hon county eommis'Jioners asking "For some time past several of five County ('ommii">i$i.ti ?ri(.
\t! I per OIDL. better. thaw ii .*itiUrrt of tilt County
;I 8. P. DROCICINOTOf.I that Volusia jwy her pro rata of cost our business! men ]have been agitating 1 lUtjird of l'ultlic'IIIIIttudiun. 100 WAFERS 25 GENTS

I" ; ... -, of a suit herein the :State; is to reimburse the building of clay road I from following Fur Jiif JiiNtkf tk-c of the\l>itrktn.ii I.Vat* in'aix] for the follow each netl with a CALIFORNIA raveiWA'ER.whkbanteklydtseveathemost

--- each county for witness Orlando to the Ka-4 Const. This \uii>U-rH 1, :. :t, I. Tt, 0, 7,; 8, J> 10 out ot the sy SUM It a gnaw kM UalUllw B&aer.wiutout food tM and ssttjatsM telpt ta tia earn crlptcc It tkrocik or iI ...u

fi-es before grand juries was filed.A would I IHJ of great advantage to this mid! H.For __

IT'S Toitoitalih- and for the foiloMitiK e...e.a a.....eeeo.o...o.
: communication from the Htrcu- city, as \\ouhlltrinf..: a Urge number .J lI"tit',' Iistrkls, yin.nmlwrs << : UKUT FISH,

t ; I des! Manufacturing Company in regard of winter tourists who go to the and\ 11. 1, _', :i, 4, 5, (J, 7, S, U, 10 $I DR. BRUSH ;J ; ATTon a'-AT.LAW .

to a puller was laid over East Coast to Orlando eciallyihoso
stump esj In Ttwtiniuiijr Wlrw, I have I !> n-un- 1IOMKOPAT11IC PHYSICIAN. 0 ;
untiluext meeting. who own automobiles. It would to..t m.r liaml! nihl attiinl! the rent : Ik-Land, Florida.SjHviftl .
( FORt $eal of the Stale of Fbrkla) at Tallfthutlie *. 0 .
i Petition that the DeLand also male short for citizens Facilities for Eiamlnbg
asking
route our Ml't!. Cnpital, this the first day of t and
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and Lake Helen road be pi nest rawed to tho mart while now they N.I'Ie.ml..r, .\. If. 1001.II. I. o Chronic Ditwomit a Hj,,\-ialty. I 0 PerfectiDg Land Title. ,

1 was filed for reference. have to s[>end all day and Bart of a CLAY CUAWFOIIH, a '
[.K".] Secretary of StaUTo -. : M"-"*== u=:. !:!! '
i YOU Commissioner Bond was app Kant- night to reach it by rail. JOHN U. Ti KVKK, !Sheriff of \'ulul'ia DR. E. R. BRUSH :
t I 1 '.1.1 .. ._...II_.III...f. rILLINOIS b 1\.T"u' ._. U r'1 __l_
eu to comer xvuu tiio urange county U 1 he matter has been taken up II your u 1 DENTIST. i H \LVW1, 11. uarK

board on the proposed 1 road connecting board of trade, and they have
j CENTRAL RAILROADI o
Drink II
f the two couimed.Hoard been. in communication with the No GOThirJ Avt-nue. JO OPTICIAN.

., then adjourned to Tuesday.Uu boards of trade of Sanford, n'\Jtllna I : Hi P tit. (" i the ., Opposite Public School.ft

Tuesday the Ixwrd reconvened. and other place, anti find that i it : O g
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Louis
\I Criminal Court Iill'n' examamined meets with the approval III all along ExpositionT I _-H_ it! "'--010"; '

and for IOj the line. <
, approved $. .......................... h j
i, and the clerk instructed to i i..llc "Friday Hon. J. M. Clteuey, chairman Trains Daily Ii
I
,,1 warrants therefor. of our board of trade, addressed! i With Through Sleeping Cars I I Wanted to exchange Gent's New I q
: Wheel for UJy's Wheel, like con- J,: Eyes Examined Free.
, The treasurer presented Iii report an extra meeting the county board

for tho month of .August which of coinmis-iioners in reference to the GEORGIA FLORIDA'& TENNESSEE :. dltlon. Editor OAZI-TTU-NEWS J : H At (flark' Jewelry Store. I.

II .... ........ j._}--.-.M..-._............,.?..,-L.NN f.......
I was examined 1 and approved as fol- road, and they seemed to l lie favorable li'iuiti1: of the Famous b ....e.... .4.o ; -

lows: to the project, and at once appointed | -- -

., The (ireat Health Drink General: Revenue Fund-Receipts i tin ir chairman II. II. Dick- "DIXIE FLYER" ....*...t**..o......*...........*...................sOnly .

J $08.7:1; disbursed I, lOClr; balance son, as a committee to confer with .
Parry na;;: lh- onlv inortiiiiK sla.gaing! a ur
on hand $1Ot\.i.-m.: > the county roinin'wionera of Volusiacounty (fro n Vtl.inta tu'it.. Loiiif Tin| < ar i the Best Groceries !

"IN Road and Ilridge Fund-Receipts, and! with the brands of trade (k'aers .lit koonxillf ilnil.v, 1'i1I'I'; | HI At- .
THE GOOD OLD lantu K.f.". n. m, /king; you tlw entire S ,
nothing disbursal ; 1.?;o.3d bal- of the different town the lineto : fAre
; ; along day in St. OIIJM to tfi-t liM-at...l. : .
J ante on hand I, $1,012.22.I we what could )bo done.in furthering Fur mtt from your .-it.\ U'orld'M I'.nr .
SUMMER TIME'MFn'O
Fine and Forfeiture l-'uI1I1-1:6- the iiiidc PuNiL and wHcdtile*, hlifpin raw : the kind handle. Our
plans for the construction of rwH-natIOIIH, fll+o for book shutting) ho- we :

ceipts, $ IjOI ; disbursed, $i03.39; the road. Our county commission tell anal) boardinir hOIl"-s. .11101 lug tlnirraUM. .

balance on hand, ?:!.I:!j.30. expressed tllema.edves as willingto -A ntr toFred : prices are as I.is consistent :

After miscellaneous bills against do their part of the work and they D. Miller, : with high grade articles. :

the county were examined and aitproved consider such a road would be of advantage Tra\ cling Passenger Agent

1, is a tlrliriouK, refreshing and the clerk instructed to to Orange county. No 1 S 1'1.\ "' :Si Vtl.inta.;
i $warrants therefor tho board "This has been talked] about for along I ,
matte from
( o ripe SawPalmetto J5
adjourned to the f first Monday in October time, anduearepleasedbii, ,tithe : cents. i 1
,; Derrit-s. Absolutely] free .
interest being taken: in this neat ors fair Rates .
from M-rnicious[ hnnnful drugs. --- -' --- :,
ter by the county commissioner! for .
NJtlC STOMAI H. .
Mel to stimulates the Liver flushes WlM'ii tiniiantity of food) talfnii* too when you get these men interested l !i S. W.

the Kidneys, ads directly on the hlrgr >r tin) quality two rich, Hour atom- in a project that is of benefit to tin CARROLL !
{I rash. i\J\\My\ to follow nod enp. HladJer. Makes there organs jtt-r- if t/r Jip-Ktioii lULl Ufiifalened by rialise." .. a
cojiutipiitioii.Mi\ slow I,)" und not too _
form their fuiictionM in a natural fr Ij of wuily tliO'"t.il food Masts'ate When troubled with coiiHliiatton try The Grocer.

the .r fiMxl thoniu {hly. !>*t Uve bourn rtiainlwriam'H Stoma h11111 LiterTaMU. livi in 'iipii th k< t- IM.U ..II nali- ilail.t
thereby keeping in
way .
system lalss'! t..t w..n iiH'ulx, and nht-a you They are rosy to tnkcand) pro- from[ Ja.'k)>oii\ illi' lull IjouiMiitiil return :
pl'r't nut healthy (rlnlitifnl.it Wl n fullness and weight in the region of duty no griping or otl T u11ph l -aaiitf III il (>.",. rdntillililit 1), 'lIIl.'r l.'i. :
tUntoinacli nlt.-r eating tale ChamferMin's Wt. For wile liy all druggists. .*:':U"I!" return limit <;n da.\H. :..........i......................................: .J-j
Stomach and Liver TahleU< and $21. .'', return limit tift."....
the Hourctoiiim-h may iw ,avoid.J.! For .
('orn-!*|Minliiif low nit n from otlt. r 1
cat by nil driitrK>"t8. IN/IIiIN. '1'1..1.. A N. !i.. tin- Ut lintto
i :'t. lelui. ORANGE
A Wonderful Tomato Plant Your HeartMay PLANTERS. '
Tor r.Ui- li.iliik-i. anal >.l''''|ping car
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iv rx'nii"ii ILI'JlI.t'l
A Lake Utitler correspondent. of .

::1 i Sold at All" the Times-Union Rays: Be Weak. One J. M. Fleming We hare UiolMI,( budded trees now growing i

"}11l.\1St1 give me space in your valuable Person In Four Hasa in our Nurseries Storks and varieties to suit all 1

I Soda Fountains. IKIJH.T to tell the farmers of Florida I I'a". 'ngt.t. .\J.!cnl.L'IM ,foil, anlllot'atiollM where oranges and grapefruit
Weak "
Heart. ; \\ |laM I .l.u-kvm\ilK FlaG
,
this state what I have got in my gar- -- <-an be groun Some trees fur siuniiiri planting. .
i One of the Purest "lrn" of a weak
-- -- den. Any one who doubts me can wee heart la >bortn'ea of breath after r xcrcl e. L. Stone, Hut no want to "al1 your attention to f

I I N. ERICKSON I for themselves as I would l>e glad tlood Tour fut heart enough Is not to your all lungs.to pump the ( leu: l'a.,s .Igt l.ouis\dli' Kv.WsW Trees

I to show them the greatest tomato in Some of the other symptoms of Heart For Fall Planting.;

the world. It Trouble are: Pains In the Side. Hack
Cabinet Maker and i is Salzer's tree tomato.It ,
and Shoulder; Fainting or Weak SU;
is now nine weeks old, 7J feet Dry Couch; Swelling of Feet and Ankles; ( These should} be engaged I now, in order to secure -

high and has limb five feet long.It Cold Feet or Hands. '_"t ; yourwlf against disappointment when '
Wood Worker e No one can afford to allow a weak A--L, .b&-I /'G\I: .l.1J! l\) you get
1 is the wonder of every one who hurt to co without medicine, because r:;'(f 'W.AVN' ratdy to plant tlm. Our new CATALOGrE' will
weak heart means circulation and -\ .f :!\;::'; f;: j.4( be
.
has wen it. The tomatoes are the poor .. ;v I.. soon issued telling all about trees, varieties
Doom and Window ,
Spm J
*. 1'hturvi poor circulation means weak lungs, .f'r Wlp .
Mouldin "II :iund b- to order. All kinds ofairuiKdoiie fmeot in flavor I ever tasted.! Il'irl(1 stomach, liver kidneys, eta )) Mocks locations, cultivation, etc., and you am

, S I I'urniturt' "' on short nuts the first ripe tomato about begin If. therefore taking Dr., you)JUt'suspect.' New heart Heart trouble Cure. _. \$ ffsife) tare it for the asking. We give you the benefit

at nMu-oiml'k'' priwu.Cottajfe eight weeks from planting. The The Heart Cure mil do you rood as It Is s(l'V of y'MI'8' exigence, and the best value for your

I .\n nu,-, I)a,\"tuna. Ha. a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves \ 1' 41 to be had
stands of
plant : both dry and wet and will revitalize your entire system. money any high-clans nursery in Flor

----- --- weather and thriven in our climate. Finally remember. Dr. M11t'"' New W 1 14)(4| j ida. Nothing but the best in its grade, and I thatis .

j'' +t+1+tt+4+fttt++++tl'4t++fx+ It can bo grown four feet apart each that Heart the Cure first Is bottle sold will under do you a guarantee good. .H ) not too good for you All inquiries cheerfully

. 4 Low Tide on the Beach + way, which will give 2,723 plants to If It doesn't-your money back. rl'loipondeJ tll. .
+ "I was afflicted with heart trouM for .
+ ... + the acre which will yield each one three years I would be apparently all \ ... -
+ DATA :A. M. M UATr A. 'C. f. M. + right and without a moment's warning ,f I.'- '. -
+ --- --- --'AAiiK bushel. There has been of would fall ,' "" :. "' The
+ no sign as though shot. The attackswere "t, Ocklawaha
I I t"" Nurseries
> Aug.. .ll ua : III ,*< i k ru } rot this frequent, and a terrible dread p<>*- \
..
treason. sassed
me as 1 ne\er knew wln or ,
+ It a 11111I: ::M :tP. II 11
.. + ,
+ .". I' 1 fa 1 'd ..i :111 I in where nor under what condition* I :: IS THE O.
.. W.
+
would be
attacked, and whether I wi uld.urvive Conner
+ I Iti II W 4 IIi .11 I M 11 + Prop., Tangerine, Fla
them.
1
+ t"l a- It S. cJills consulted and was
lag : \ Lee.
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+ ta; t b.,, S 1\1 "" I 4 Ii a : treated by Home of the m *t emln -itt'hvslclans
.
.. 'j4. :!II ,
..
1'.1. I Km ford of of the Mate. Nut finding < --
+ 171 a.v eyl: 1 S11 I\H: taGrango, da,
.. 4- lief from thl* source, I GAZETTE NEWS
+ .". |H| aft 7 .. lt n m 71 4.at suffered for six months with a frightful 1*. Miles' New JI + IV, 7 II H 11 1 iu I"
.. .. + to Improve DAYTONA
.1 at one I used ten boonl., NOVELTY
+ .. "tll I 'e4..< VSIHI tal"; 15? "II l + running sore on his leg, but he which entirely cur-d me as 1 have nit WORKS
+ fi anr. \1\11\ ,
iv
.. .. u writes that had an attack far Ih'e Yf'a"ltS.
/1'' ID IIa u :11\ 7 II + Hucklen's Arnica Salve
+ : in 1111 JOHN DILLIMillAM: ;
PUESItArK. I. 'P' I.O I'roprnt't.'r.McC.Ilan .
+ utt tS s I 11'1'- I IMl'AN.s: I
.. + wholly cured. it in five days. For 1'.IIIUI,
f .. is lai .". "Itl'o I It S+ FREE Write to u> toT Free Trial U Edward.
.. .i I It 34 10,' .. !" I IH' 113i. : ulcers wounds piles, it is the best J'ackare of Dr. NH..' Anti. D >ctorj findA Manatfra.
:'III| 1., J4-, I II n :rt\ Pain Pills, the New Scientific
j 4 Remedy
+ 1;' I IK! 1 n It :r"'., :III: + salve in the world. Cure guaranteed.Only for Pain Also Symptom !!lank. Our good prescriptionFor Moulding, Scroll Sawing Turning Inside
+ -- ----- 23 Specialist will diagnose ,
-- .
+ : cents. Sold by The Atwood .. your ease tell mankind
+ I11gbIIdrh.wrIwtureoratterluutW.xitttitttttti you what Is how
+ wrong and to right It.
+ + Pharmacy and J. M. Jones druggist! JTe*. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO! Thi-c.ui Work and Wood Yard ruloniult'uluDln".llorehCoIuM..ud' '
+tttttttt+tts< UUiORATOIUE3 ELKIUKT, U;D. :.. T1.faaltyt"4tkKU&ntslcoetalny )'111"(1" }lade w Ordtor. 'I'boee 70.
supply for a 7ear.11
druggists a.t) then J'13 .
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P The ...
Daytona Gazette-News, Saturday Sept. 10, 1904i .

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S SEEN AND RECORDED tHigh School books at Clark's.Dr. The Times-Union -- ----- --- -- --- ----- t aiG.

World's Fair'r PENINSULA SOCIAL MISCELUNT F. G. Stuart and his BOn drove C. BOHANNON
W. E. French and F. N. Conrad edition has lwenty- even columns. ,
.,
' ..t1aJ Budget About People sailed Wednesday via the Clyde devoted to the East Coast, Central I down and from made Seabreeze Sunday afternoon Physiciaa and Sdrgeoa. # ,
some pleasant calls.
: Events of More or"Leu line for New York. and West Florida has thirteen and Short Paragraph ol Prnoaai and So- .-tOfBot
O the Mr. S. seems to like Port Orange.We over tie Atwood Pharmacy Btth
West ,
} .t To Our Readers. Miss Bessie King, of Gainesville Coast ten columns. It will dal EveoU Among Our Neighbors ( .
,
.jsUre be don't see how he can help it, for street, D tTO u, FIX>KU>A. 'r "

n Geo. Wray, the tuner. 4-23, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs James more seen that in the East Coast occupies Across the Halifax. it is one of the nicest places on the Tele pboo No. 74. i i
space calling attention
Kincaid to its
on Yolutia
.
avenue.J. Mortiman Shoemaker East Coast.
? -_ fMr.. and Mrs J. M. Williams, of manifold advantages and who hasLet
I S. Hankereon of superiority n quite sick for several weeks THE DAYTONA HOSPITAL. "y '.
the
: s&& Augustine, are in Daytona for a Daytona than the entire balance of the state The school trustees are: putting

j J"! jlh's i visit Grocery Company, made a business This edition of the Times-Union with typhoid fever, i is much improved the buildings and grounds of our New Equipment Trained Nursea. .. *r" r
trip to Jacksonville this and 19 able to sit Comfort and -
now. 1
week up quiet priracj.
certainly demonstrates school' in fine order. .
the drift \ G. Fair
Rush has been spending the of The secured "*
J K. folks will bo Ambulance senrioe.
i :. Will young glad to welcome carriage > x
the homestead Jones, of Jacksonville, a public sentiment concerning the the contract for painting: the .
z pat week in country, him in their midst again. No. 10 Hay street Telephone 32. *'. i"
of Miami. former resident of Daytona visited relative merits of the different sections school hOltS :<<

path, friends in this city the fore of of the !state and Several of our young people chartered -
part certainlyallows H. H. SEEUE A. H. M 0.
t.Stationery, fancy and plain at this week. good judgment by dealing a launch Friday evening and! Mr.I III'Fills was in town Saturdayand ( 1

Clark'L fSehool Hooks liberally with the East Const. went for a short trip up the river sold Captain Fozzard beautiful Physician and Surgeon. .(
-
Headquarters
for line
in of arygtxMk.Ebner : .
landing
Daytona for a short timeto
Mi** Evelyn Clark is spending school books at Clark'u stationerystore. Misses Annie Pardon antI Myron enjoy the land t Office( and residence 1 27 So. Ridgtwood.Dfflc .

4 the week with her friend, Miss Lelia Roberts, escorted by George W. (Hull music.Miss Dnpont in out with the Hourt: Uo' m" I to S,
West Point Beach and David Bradshaw Daisy Soiling of Jacksonville boy once more after his recent severe No M.
Anthony at I). Dibbennett, who comes from i journeyed to illnetw. Telephone
Pierson arrived Friday for a short visit
on
){r1.I'arLinMOu. of Columbus, Ga., i Fernandina with the best of recommendations Friday evening and returnedto the Well with her friend Miss Ott. I NNIII N.................
her J. H.parkinion has accepted Daytona Monday. George Hull We have rf"a.Iith regret in an ::
I is fitting wm, Captain a position Miss Sening:: hero l.tst C. Fabian LAWATTOR.NKVATLAW :
and family in this city. with the GruLer- lorris Hardware is one of our deter and I expert 'ar- and was summer Ohio paper( an account of the deathof :: :

Com pall)'. [ifuUrnt as well an a writer of jmpu- miulemany friends who are gladto .!Caroline Smith a former resident : Room I. Atlantic Block, haytoss,
ft Holla at G o'clock a. in., see her in their midst :
.ii t oar fiction of again.
''
HOIIIC note, and desirng of Port Orange. : Un n I'ote MprtnJ-Monda1., Tnr-
& At Gramling's Hakery.C. An interesting account of days and W dnedayr.DaytonaTbur.day. i
an automobile additional material and facts in .Mr. Wesley Herri.k and some ., aids. sad
trip by J. Mrs I-::. Lowe, of Seabreeze visited I f H turd.y.. U
Pettepher nn.1"l1rty :
C. USincer left for a flying connection with n thrilling story that friends from Daytona went down to ...NN..NNNNNN.NN

bc1ainl'6S trip to Detroit Mich., last was unavoidably crowded out he in now writing for the Gazette- the Inlet Saturday evening to floonI Mrs. Alex Prevail Sunday. -- --

Thursday, returning Wednesday of of week's this issue.GazelleNews.Rev. It will appear in next News prompted him to take this I der. They were very successful, Miss Lena and Master Richard'parkman S. H. Gave,

t., tUi week.Mr trip. Mr. Hull i is a writer of considerablti Mr. Herrick capturing ten fine fish. returned home Saturdayfrom j\RCHtTirr, BOLDER MID COn'UM'O"ItMiJt'Dt. "

Silvernail and daughter, Miss J. H Troxel will go to Jacksonville merit and wields a pen The Breakers Hotel closet! Friday New :Smyrna.; They had been! ... and other, northmuit corner ofHi

*. this afternoon and remain with aa much vim and force as he is with enjoying a visit with T. J. Murray's .]",,"wood and VoloiiA ar noM.

'; Elizabeth, departed Tuesday for New there over Sunday. C. G. Staley noted in .manipulating a MW and n'ery mcceWul season. family.A. Phone 8'J. Daytona Florida.
Miss Elizabeth will enter ,Jo% Pratt .
York of who ha
LmJnirg -
will conduct services in the M. E. laminer.When. J. lUilty's brother has Ucnveiling
school there.tClark's church tomorrow been (111 a ..IKH t visit to his uncle \fOIEY5KIDNEYCUIEMalt.
morning. JI .
He composition liook cannot you want tho very IJttOtthat's l' ril'C Pratt, left Sunday for his tn.h .. KldMTt cad Bltitory RIt
W. M. Moore, of the firm of Moore to lie had, always go to the' home. __ '-

be beat for the money. Hros., departed Grarnling Bakery, for they hate the .......... .... ...... ....... ....::.::.Z,::. .::f.. .=. =---=- '" .,..,. - --- ---- -
yesterday morning pa.u .utnl!tNISON t l tlJ
Mr, and Mrs. Will Mctiriff, residing for the North to purchase their fall best of everything in their line. Monday was Labor Day and all

:. on Volusia avenue are entertaining and winter stork. He will meet his ---- time store, post office i etc. closed for

K Mrs. Robeit McCrif and little wife in St. Louis and take a view ofthe Letters of Inquiry. the day and every one turned out to

ion, of Miami. World's Fair before returning to The Gazette-News is in constantreceipt hear the band play and to haH a

Daytona. of letters of inquiry about jolly time. ,
Some fifteen or more carpenters
t 'J(Don't houses to rent, for sale etc., in and Mrs. II. A. J Bernard came down
suspended forget all
Jaw been temporarily on you can get High
the Hotel Ormond owing to a scarcity School books at Cbrk's stationery around Daytona, from parties near From Jacksonville the latter part of

of lumber. store. and far. One from West' Milton! the week to have her house placed !

Ohio another from Brooklyn, N. Y in readiness for the winter season. J
Contractor Van de Yard has commenced William Wicking has commenced '
and still another from lirooking, S. Her many friends were glad to see

the masonry work on Mrs. the erection of handsome cottageon D., have !been recently received by her. i

Austin's new residence on Hay street the site of the Dillingham House, us, in which they sent funds for I OAut That Fall Suit.
Work is the
progressing on i y
corner of Palmetto a\cnuc. which was destroyed }by fire early in copies of our p..1pcr to learn the addresses t
streets. A deal of the sand
great
School books at ClaikV :School! January last! Mr. Wicking and I of our real estate agents. ,
:
has been hauled and
the building
family will the when away It H getting: tune to prepare for fall and among
occupy cottage The but the
were sent, -
books.J. papers parties
of side walks will commence other things a suit will 1x5 needed. You
completed. will scan our columiH in vain
W. 1V inn, who recently sustained frliorlly. want to get that suit where you will get them
Miss Minnie who for the information sought, owing to
Wingate, accompanied
somo painful injuries while F. C, Hieder i :'it for your money and the best treatment I
came over Sunday
her mother Jacksonville the absence! of teal! estate cards in
it work on the Hotel Ormond has to a from Welaca to join his family on I will make the suit for you at the lowest possible
f Few weeks and thence to White the Gazette-News. A little i investment
thoroughly recovered and is at work ago tlte beach. price lOiiMsleiit with good materials and work
Springs, returned to Daytona Mon by real estate agents in newspaper -
&g&1n.tOr.. t manship and will keep the suit cleaned and
day. Her mother will remain for an topate would appear to the ('. II. Knappe of the Clarendon pressed for MX Indus free I'm sure tho place

J II. Pierson South Dentist, PeekBlock ndefinito time, as she has great casual observer! to be profitable in Inn[ who has been touring the Pat ,'I.'J where y<>u can do letter ia'nt in Daytona, I

108. ,opposite Ilridge'I'hono hopt of improving her impaired more ways than one.MillerSmith.. lie Slope for the pat two months returned '.!J
R L_ SMITH,
health by a prolonged stay there. Lome the last: of tIw we'k.M,1. .!I ,. -. ,
I
Mrs. J. C. Pettipher returned .'
!' Peters Block
:Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens I. Murphy, of Palatka will ,
from Jacksonville Thursday with A PI'I''Yt..ldiug occurred in this r

the Misses Brown, who have !been at Clark'H. Guaranteed: 1 not to leak city on Tuesday afternoon at the owns the "Ideal ( lttage"nn Ocean Teleplionc KM, DAYTONA, d
t : : : : : :
boulevard died in Hot Springs, Aik
enjoying outing in the mountainsof or skip. homn ot the bride's parents, Mr. antI ,....... ...,.itJiiSCHMIDT'S. .....,.... ; ...,......" ; i .
Tuesday last. lie had been in
North Carolina. Company K broke camp at St. Mrs.I George F Smith, the contracting poor -- -- --
health for some time but thought a
Mrs George F. Crouch and Mm Augustine Thursday morning in a parties being Mr. Ira H. Miller, trip to Hot Springs would lienefithim. ** ****** ****************** *************************

rain -in fact the of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Caroline
York
Cora Crouch arrived from New drenching boys
J lie leaves a wife and two
city Tuesday afternoon and our cd- were in a rain Monday, Tuesdayand Smith, He! ,'. 11. F. Marsh, r.f the children to mourn his loss. His VILLA i

., itoriil household is now established Wednesday, and the camp did Congregational church officiating in family left for Palatka Thursday to : Overlooking tqe Halifax River, Daytona, Florida.

in the Parkinson cottage on Fairview not bear that pleasant aHj ect which the ceremony that united the happy I .
attend the funeral which will tike
The hotel commands attractive view in direction and
it did tho week efore. The company and handsome gouple. I : a most every
avenue. place there Friday. poll finer location can be found in the' il'initv. It is only one mile
The bride has long reside! in this
arrived home Thursday afternoon : from the and is convenient the ; churches and
to
jBiggest i value for in ocean depot, poctofGce:,
your money Miss Grace McEuen and cousin
pretty well worn out and gladto city and i is ad mi red and l'bh'l'rnetlIJY public schools. More bunny rooiiiH than any other hotel in town. Hath ] ;
school tablets at Clark'n.C. .
get ack to Daytona again. I legions of D.i)'tomans.! The groomis Hiss Ora McEwen of Orlando arrived rooms anti lavatories, with sanitary plumbing and all modern conveniences. -

II. Knappo has returned from a promising young lawyer of the the last of the week on a visit to Cuisine unexcelled. hats $2.50 per day and upwards. Special -

Denver, Col. here he has been for *J. C. PetU-pher has opened an capital! city of Ohio and hail a flattering Mrs. George Gardner on the beach : rates II)' the week The only Tennis Court in the city is located on

.auto and is prepaied to the hotel grounds.
Livery
time his carryjxisKngers before him. .
some seeking to recuperate ftiluru The frequent showers that hate

impaired health. Wo arc glad to long or short distances.There Mr. and Mrs.I Miller departed on been falling lately are very welcome :. HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor.

state that he waa much benefited by will be cut prices for summer I 1 their bridal tour after the ceremony, to everybody as the duet wan I so t******,,****..****..***** **..*******************...*

Die trip to the muut1taims. month after which they will return to Daytona thick that it was almost impose,ible -
r fyfyt TtTlTf r ll fy lT'l f |T' r H tryT* Vp|
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Mn C. M. Bingham, Jr. and Mis.Ivlw. and reside hero fur the winter. to travel.F. .
The Socialists! hating the Armory
I Fitzgerald entertained the lion I The congratulation' of their many F. Williams b
r for labordayand evening very kindly putting someimprovements James A. Loveless.
Joan club Wednesday I I afternoon. friends are extended 1 to both on their
his hone the
donated 1 tho Christian church la- on near
.
Mrs. hand journey through life.
Tho rooms at Bingham beach.
dies pace in which to servo rcfreshnenU -
some home were beautifully decorated Estate Sanitary Plumbing.Estilllatt.'S .
Real
} ice cream, cake and lemonade Maj. E. F. Button in having his
in military colors and all presentwere
which was duly appreciated by thoroughly I pleased with the For Season-0 room, furnished, lot cleared for the erection of his cheerfully giver Work guaranteed.

tt the recipients arrangement and with the entertainment electric light, $5 I iO. new cottage on Valley St. Masonic Building. Phone 87.
For Season-U in beautifuloak I
rooms
1 Don't forget GratllIin ;s Bakery, and dainty lunch provided by Born-To Mr. and Mri. John Call and see sample Iward of balh-room fixtures, soap cups,
i i two doors north of tile News office.Work grow, furnished, bath.
Kitchell Tuesday morning at two
the fair hostesses. towel rat-ks, etc. t 'Ix'u evening
For Sale-S room two kitchens,
: ; on the Port Orange roa 1 is Fresh l Doughnuts daily, corner lot 93x175. $1,010.* o'clock an eight pound son. .

t about completed and that public At liramling's Hakery. > For Sale-One two-story house, J. W. Enegger, wlio Las been inNew I

highway is now in firet-chvw condi Dr. Potter, the genial proprietorof corner lot, on Palmetto avenue, Itt Xx York for the pat two or three I.

tion. The attention of tho county the Clarendon Inn, has just completed 150), $:!,;I4I$>0.Telephone. months returned to Lie home here I!'!'!" !u'u..i.aa.'!'.!.!.. !.!.!.!,.,..a..ini"'!'! II

commissioners will now .ho directedto the finest and most substantial 101. II. L SMITH, Wednesday.Miss !y Io.at.I.II:1' i

l is repairing the Ormond road which approach way to the lieachon Peters Block. Gertrude Limbdin, who hasbeen i This Is the Fruit 'J 1
and
badly in ,
cut places
up many the pellin uJa. All past efforts to establish on a three months visit w ith .,
is sadly in need of general o\er- I> PKAIWK or OUWIIKKLUV* Com, \
and durable friends in the interior of the state .
a permanent approach CMOLI.KA AMI I>iunaKiMtiY. -

hauling. have been unavailing the "Allow use to iiivt, you n few word.. in returned home Wednesday evening. You will find at our store a complete line '
jiraii of nmmU'rlain'H (olk. Cholera .
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tChildren should call and look at heavy sea waves soon obliterating and Piarrb-i'H J iiMslj." wiv* Mr John ; .
Chuk's 5c tablets for schools before all evidences of such a nature, and HamHt, ol .:n d.. Pin". IVxa "1 >oflenil 0Wanted-A :?25-foot four horsepower s.,

i the to build one that would OIM" wwk will" l iwfl trouble anal G. E. P. Co bum'h. State j: Fruit Jars Rubbers and Parafine Wax
buying elhewhere.The attempts t4KiVaUlii\ .iHof mwlkiiw without K t- is' j
I withstand the inroads of the angry tins any rrlu-f. wlw-u my frwn.l. Mr C price and age of boat. Knight, :"M'J ,

infant daughter of Mr. and I bilious have cost a considerable stun. JobuiH. nwrxhunt IM IV. aihid me Pearl street, Brooklyn, N. Y !i
to tale tlili "'-""'111. \Itl'r talmjr one the finest of and in fact t
Mrs spices everything
Ilardin Russell Ruth Mali, ,
The new approach connects the beach ..lorn-1 Wt jrn'ntl.n1 t\I'II: red when I .
died at the home of her undo and cement bad taken taw thinl dotty I wan *ntirelycuiv Port Orange Pickings. to canning fruit. Our tilled
by a
necessary
with Seabreeze avenue .l. I thank\ from tl* 1"IHu. of .
you
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. F Curtis, in Our town boys have organized abase
that extends down Iwart for uttintr thin great n.po4t11
and! rock roadway my |> ; Heal" fruit jar rings sell for 10 cents
this city on last Saturday morning, the sand two feet below the in tow hands of inniikiiHi" For wiV! tynil ball club and are having lots of per .
into
of bronchial pneumonia, agod nine i water line. The approach is lined drul
months. The interment occurred with an ornamental brick wall. tiotice.Commencing ground J 1 cheaper to pay 10 cents and be sure that

Sunday. The sympathy of their that I will L. D. Metis has rented a cottageof fruit will not spoil. I
el hereby gi\o notice < )t.toberH the ,,; your
many friends is extended to the sor- ; regular ,.
C. Milburn.Sheriff .
to the City Council at its meeting '
apply hours of the Union painters .
rowing parents. September 1-: for permission to will be eight hours, with a minimum Turner wa in town Mon .! -- .

'Wanted-To rent by tIle year, a I enlarge the boat house at the foot of wale 1 of $2.5O. after Lit here. t
even to ten-room house. J H. S. Orange atenue. T. L Itodgew.taTTlte LL UNION No. 1U38. day looking property i-i|: E. T. CONRAD & CO., THE GROCERS. :

Wr.TIIlULL Pres. Oliver from Miami .
J POUT- TIIIIYiS Savage H up ,

226 Walker South, at St.lka Louis L. Brokerage store, IQL'K:: for caUty new national C. C. Harm Kam!. tot-.10 G a tsr 3f us. K. S. viiitiag relative here !i.i.J! !,!.i'!'!' '!'!'!'!.j.!'!'!'!'_.'!'!'!II!'!' '!'!" ....,.... .._'.'.'!J..i'Y A'"Ji 1lIu


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hold hI't..u\, is l'huml".tlniu' I'niii .n.un HI uoiuutntuu, aim W 1"&r. in I lUUt1 utMAalt rt su tutu .IU'II auu i per cent amount 10 iuu.uii. fan- Solll A 1'H.K Of QI M5fL.tls'w. I atiolt,-"K'IC itetlettne anus CU.1 RlOlft.. I1 ....
bru 1i&tlU ly applying: it irimjtljr tou ('ut, dt'dll and sanitary homes' families have caiiood le to tile exi.'nt of awn also paid couuniwions to the (itii+I REM KbY acs, leer and bowel troobleoM. Easy,

t&a""j or*burn injury it tu nlllltl.e I Is'al. I *in lit.uut'vain nil and'l ll' who prefer a slum-tlut is Jour $ lo 0J< M) in MHUt' years. I Morgan firm after President Reese ,.dr have. for 11I01'tft Mild CKawU-rbinV Cough lt.:.m- ,l4ewant, mk sure. Only 25c at

Wrd I.an UH time usually r *|iiirmi, mill an it task lint the man who expects The report urged measures to secure I vela had designated it as this govjernroent's ha jnvrti eniw KHtUf.vtton n twenty yrarr I bar, awl m>k it] The Atwood Pharmacy and J. M.

r,e. 01 Wood&ntl..I.tlt poisoning! It |1.rvventM\\'hrii I'ainMm any danger is gratitude does not deserve it-the the preservation of the bobwhites ; agent The Republican J.i-eph a [ul- of M it'Kltuivy and: can, roniiwnJ< tins You
k **P t at Lund n sprain U tivatMworn reward for deed is to have in country ,
may a good campaign managers are greatly will Hud this n.-nlt'tll] a good friend w It..n
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.- hhlla Inflammation quirk n-covrrj wU For in,iwil w hit. l>hill jr nit- done it."One. -'Hot Roll at 0 o'clock a. m., i| iLec-rc l by the guarantee I.f J. pI troulM wits a cough or cold. It 1J. J\Ve are here to serve, and we always '
;:;?, I Nays afford juRl relief and
w
leoaant
the
dnqiet&
yep after paying a bonus At Grauiliug's Bakery I Morgan's hearty support." I to tale For Male tjr all dru rgiso I serve on square
{ At
'-,,. Gramling's Bakery.
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. the Florida EM Coast Railway Booklet.

! .. rc.err.Rrrr.. ,slaMxikl } e0xtf lOI7Ct '1iUd
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\! r 110 Miles from Jacksonville. The Population of Dayton

Tare one way..............._ ..-.4 JJO proper is about 1800. Added to

Round trip..._.__.........._._ 4-60 this is a suburban population on
main shore and peninsula of about
74 Miles from St. Augustine.
J'
1,000 at Kingston make, Old Sea
, I Tare one way..._.........._.._. and td
breeze or Qoodall, Seabreeze

. SUNSETOXIDINE Round tripDAYTON'A..__... __._._ 4.-40 Silver Beach, which are properly a
AT SUNRISE OR I
: of the and
town population.
is situated the part
upon Beach NOT A STOGIE.
west bank of the Halifax River at its Daytona

; fairest and between lies one mile east of the town. It is
expanse midway NOT A ,
three good bridgesover CHEROOT.
approached by
.
I its source at Hulow Bay and its outlet
CURE FOR the river and well-graded avenues
IS A POSITIVE !J at Mosquito Inlet. It is in latitude and is the principal summerresort But a Full Size Perfecto Shape

CHILLS FEVERS i 20, seventy-four miles from St. Augustine south of St. Augustine. It Cigar

and one mile* from the Atlantic has more tourists during the summer Made from Cuttings front the \\1 ork '

MALARIAIT Ocean, and acknowledged to than all the other places south Tables of the San Mateo
Cigar!
AND of that city combined and is also
be without a rival for beauty among becoming a farite'in r resort. Factory, and therefore contains

YOU WORK. : the villages of the South. Its sight The beach is wide, firm and smooth, the same sweet, fine burning tuck

WORKS WHILE is upon what is known as high hammock by many considered the finest in the that has made the High Grade

the : land that was crowned by world and the surf bathing is safe Cigars of this I factory. famous. .
50 c 0, Write Manufacture with of i and excellent summer and winter
Druggists nature a most royal growth
I
majestic forest trees and among People who have tried Northern and Five Cents pays for Two of Them.
'
Western summer resorts declare that
WORSHAM DRUG CO.. Dallas Tex..I: I these is the of with
PATTON- trees town today, there are none so perfect in comfortas
Box of 50 for
I i its beautiful cottages well-graded Daytona hench.Automobile. $1.25.

walks and streets. The result is Race Meet.
PON SALL: BY ALL I DliALLRS.: (
that all along the wide avenues that The Florida East Coast Automobile .
Manufactured by
i intersect the town are lordly lire Association conducts an :

Southern RailwayEFFECTIVE I I and water oaks and hickories, manyof annual race meet on the 1Jtcb'hjcb %.J. W. ROWLEY, l\N I.ORIDA MATEO,

them draped with graceful fes- has now a universal reputation as .
1 '
MAY 29, 1004 llQns of the gray Spanish moss, that the reateet automobile racecourse
in the world. The Daytona-Ormom
_
overarch the street and walks and -+----- n --- I
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:So III Reach i is hand as macadam, and an --=
:
Nnrthau1Wit.
IhiEnSt.: SoSI
laity to I : I WuJng these are intersjHTbed tall! ideal stretch of thirty or more milt"R fllSSINGVORD
- I --- CONTEST.
r i i vJaekponA111u- "-.' ........ ... Molty 4) ltylUIIp 7&op I.rJ..upa 1.\"J04'k1tUll\1Ut'.tla, .... ....!M'4oHYI rRy,los i56p tropical palmettos, glossyleaved without a break makes it the natural

,; 1.1'l"Auonah.v Jt'IUP ....Mn Ityltlt", Ar !ltaC'JCJtI.UA ... Mo Ity Ill"ArColumbla. magnolias, fragrant bays and coral- racing ground for America.
...... elf
.... .Ko Ity bls.s AcAllanlalHA MoItyyuli : "
tide beach bared for
.. low the is
... At :
7t1a
+.rlty rca ArHo01c.Oa y serried and
ArCbarlotte..I oilier PRIZES
! holly, varieties offered
Ar/irern.taro.... .. Koltyl2llilp AtD.ll.stUf $olty MAT :... many 300 feet and neither carriage wheel, 101 for
I Ilanlll!. .. ......1'40 Itr I lOp Ar t'hnttanayta.Tenn 1'44. Ity II.'": while in many places the wild the correct solution.Tropical
., -- .\rl"'llnl&tuoJ.'y t.d. 1' :\I'p: bicycle or pedestrian can make a .
ArIUcbmond.... .. .. KoItIIUP! Ar loC'I.II, ... 4:t(' 7.11 grape, the trumpet vine and the hardly visible imprint on the smooth
: I.\"(I.'tnC'lnn..tI., u Ii1 h.ur Ii MAr 'P
.. .. .. MoItJ'tnii Ar l'hlca4ulll _- ISIS Y wr!!-T II aiupelopsis climb and cling among and well-packed sand. It iJ i: no uncommon Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the treat Health Drink
Ar ('Larlottt'"tlle .. t40 1t1, II lup I." 'h.e-Innatl. )'& ) ",lop the branches sight to see mailnggetibicycles METT0
forming bowers ill all
Arwuhtngton. Molly eblp .\r CIdlagu.III 1'a1Jnl. 7S t shady H pay prizes. The contest open to all. It's FREt te You.
Ar Baltimore ... P It nll, dip Lv Clnclnnnttll---'l' II.t IrAr ..16p and adding and beauty. speeding with the velocity; -- '- .
grace '-
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Pbfla4elphla .... I' It ft 2 (I" Olltllii. = :
ArChl'alu,1II! of the wind before stiff breeze
a
.,. .. I' It RI 6.11\: --- 1
Ar yet ork. t r'Toiledu11iaali) l... (1('fIAA II I .t D, 'tAl.511*; The town lies parallel with the along tho smooth hooch. thus affording FIRST PRIZE. .

; No.. -"Wa.blnKlon and 'lortJ" Lllntl ArlhlrotI.Mlch .. ell .t III 7. lalifax River, and extends for nearly the most exhilarating sport
i i I NI.IagCarJacksontI1IeloNewYorke" ("Iallyl'ullman Ilra InRltotlm. Mlrrp L L1'rl'llt.bunt.I'nrtnoatlri:-- l'alJn..1l111It I'" IJ..r., ssp,i two miles along the share. This known to man. Reside these, miles To the first one sending in the-correct} answer wt \I ,,n, give: a beaati-

.... -_ -- I.c l'Ine111naI1.-i I_ .....lIitC FourI \I..t ro river is the delight of the angler and of hard-shelled, palm-fringed boulevards .fullif&-sile picture in gilt frame entitled "Purity."
t AThruugh r Irtelnnd U...... .IIIR Fourei( v bring the lovers of the whet This picture is symbolical' } oi ltk tto, the great. health drink
yachtsman
and forms of "hkh
"Tbe l.and of the Mky. : fA'IIDatot'-;Ky ...,ko H9 bAt one thetown's ,
. __ Ar 1..ull\'llI.. Ky. t40 1\1 N-'II and vehicles into direct' touch will h i helrefita all and contains no dope or harmful drug.
JacktlOD\.tI\. \r Ml. l..uul., laze hen Ity 7: greatest attractions. &
. Lr I.a Maannab\(ia Ko l ray 1t1 lIlt.7fl! ., ,---==--- -- -- The main that the mainland over the broad bridges To the next 5................. ."... .. ....... ... IdOveach ,

t ArColumbia,14.(3., .. torlty Burl Nn. J.t-"Th.. 'lorWn 1imiu" TIlt1l1r aventu-n run 14 ar- I which span the splendid Halifax To the next 5.. ... ............. .. 1 Metto each 1
Mo quart
N ( Icy 1--11 and
Ar a.betule IIOlht H'.lbu..1 train through eoacbei allel with intersect the f
t Ar Hot tlprtDI N.O. M0It1 1&11 PullmanMlerplagC'arsJackrolrtllleto itArKnoutue,1tran. river are all River. To the next 2().. .. .. ... ..... .. J pint Metto each

I. ArlAutl\lII .. .. Minty I'4orty IIU'P N'fn York. .L.-___ 100[ fe*>t wide, except Reach street The beach from the sandy bluff To the next if t.... .. ...... 1 Metto Ticket each r
... v.
Ar Mt. I..oull.. M.r ItyJp =-:: :- -- to the lowest point at ebbtide, measures t
which is about) six Gcu fart
but
!.t Ar Cincinnati.O. ..... .4.t-- -0 -II-II" .' ...,.or th'u..I. 1"0 11 I.IM half-mile of !)- beautiful, about 500 feet, and the average +++t+t++++++t++++++++++++++#+++4++++.tt lii t+t+t++++++
r a open,
l Nnlall Pullman IIra.lnlt.Uoomantl .. .... depth of the surf measures about 0 I
) fJwcaogtl }'U4. Mofy Tlr.p .
a.4. Bo4rI M1rc 1 flnc, Car bean JftcklMfIlIt' IvJeaupia. .. .. $O11YLe. water abutting upon its eastern side, two feet. A continuous gentle swel I + If You : .

:f and--ML l..ou----________ __, ..__ Ar Ar.lacuneln..\lII"ta.I lift... .. ...toW MelIT>> R7 an 6.. where the salt waves ebb and flow' rolls in from the ocean from ono to I! +: People know a Iood... .. :
.. whenhay
f ArAhnhtn. Ala Me.I'" !rArMrmpblSTran and abnir and across which two feet in depth under normal conditions lare .
I IlIr01lnll..II.. All ..... t N' II.I comes i
I I WORLD'S- FAIR TICKETS TO Ar ""hNUI.ItIu hrlC F'rlatm.. V N6t1r lt the cooling, invigorating health nuking tho beach an attractive I + ua.ra of .. ... .In -. tfood .. .summer.Tut i

b' )ltt"'Vb.tt, 'j..1 111-, giving bnvzes from off the wide and absolutely safe place for surf- + .1
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ST LOUIS NOW ON SALE .u Ilnt -prtoll, .\rt. (I v. .. bathing. Hero the infant as well as + --- ------ 1
--- Atlantic, which and renderJio I + I i
__ _;;;: So. IThr Florida IJIftUed:' ___ temper the grey-haired veteran of many + wit thli Coupon, Oil ta _.lie bleak i '
Halifax climate of the I' + ,, .. ..... .
Arrlnls at JacksonAille one most the I.ee" one atom to xvch Wok time, ,.
!
: summers, can safely enjoy luxury .
I :
:
the bole to make an
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[perfect in the world. Daytona has of lath the
From Near York washtngton.etr.-No.2""w a-Mnlttnn Rod Florida I.Imfted.a.ll a sea throughout larger I 4 hmC't' a I 'rom 1'hlcago: .Ih nnnnatll'hnl t"n'lIlta.I'lc.-: .. 11.'ortd" UIIlIIt'II;U,n. lei.YrnnKan.ai'llyMemphis. many miles of well-graded I. marled part of the year, while the strong + TltorifAL MTO. CO. I ...
Rlnningbam.ctc:Nu. U."YlurW* :Ii a. ftI. I + .
From(Clncfnnati AsberlilerIt -So.: :!u"w a_hlngton awl 10r14111 Llmltt'Cli"" IISI a.ttl and shelled roads and and expert swimmer, ('un'er.turo + II W,>.t Adams Klrwtl, ..
.. streets rendering County
Mtat .
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--- out further to test his strength and I + JMho'I\ Florida. ,
ROUND-TRIP' SUlllllat TOfTHlST 'fI'KETS (OO S.\LE. it thehcclman'a :
l ----- ---- skill battling with the inexhausti 4+4+4.449+ t+i4.+ttt4+t+4tt++++4 t 44.+t"14.tt+t ttt+tttt4+i '

J.C. lUSK, Istrlct Passenger Agent, 10" West Hay St., Jac son\ilk, fla. 11' Paradise Lie powers of the mighty ocean. i ItemcinlM'r. the first loj .
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$ C. 11. ACKERT (J. M. W. U. TAl'L01:, (1.1'. A. and added to tlut, but a mile The Peninsula mrmt an. "I' ;n't ,'j\,- I gtl( iju. |priNnd| : ;
S. 11. HARDWICK. T. M. BROOKS MO (}A\: A. (1.1'. A. away I in your answers at once to
are thirty miles of smooth, hardbeach lying between river and wean i is tlu'j j

,, that affords an unrivalledcourse one-half mile wide, and is being I Tropical Manufacturing Company,

FOUNTAIN CITY PHARriACY. for long- liltancc cycling and rapidly I improved, and there arc 14 I West Adams St. Jacksonville

driving or automobile racing. Notown hotels fine cottages and several good Flag

NORTH IlEACn STREET an house, two I --- ,
ocean -
i of equal size, North or South, piers, beach opera pavilion and lar i I ..N..................1..01...1/110- -.--(
a i00011101. .
1 NIH
iloa ft ScWt Stock of...... I, numbers s o wheelmen, and
.. many casino.: "THE DIXIE FLYER
I DRL'C9FOR 1'IlESCHirTIONSM'ATE.NT MKDiaNfS: ) : nnUSln cycling M a favorite pastime with A Remarkable Feature i

COMBS ANDftoiiirrsoArs.Perfumery the tourists summer and winter. World's Fair Rout
The Beautiful at Daytona has l been the yearly improvement i-
and Fancy Toilet Articles. Cottagesthat in the style and value of
have Ufii civcted during the the buildings that are being erected XASHVIIJ.K.: .\Tr.\ llIli.\ .\\) M I lulls I|>..\nWKMKKX .\\'.\\'

Jut years and are being built arorendering for homos. Men of capital of the .\SHTL..\ rI'! I: I: I
p I t Ita>'li hi Hide Thrllll h the Hi.iiiiifni; .
Davtona I North and West have become M I :,,r.? ., III,
famous for its
RJM. JONES, proprietor, ran l>e n>nnult4-d |iroki*''ionaljr! luring lauttifH'to as : TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY
awakened its
: bowie; office hour Sundaj, V.OQ( Ui 10.1M r .111.; -'30 to 4iU: j>. m. fine hoim s as for its beautiful ri\'rr,1 to advantages for winter .Siop-omanllnttwlatftll Ktatiotm on lira! of \\Vtiit-\ ., :
-i- trees and avenues, and they are residences and valuable lots aro / and Ht. Uui Railway., wt..h' thrt27. are' tix let O t'lItJO. 1I

being purchased and costly houses i S.t;;'I 93 n inth, .,.,.. ._ i
r -- adding yearly to its attractions v.Not I beautiful in design and finish ezrnnsinn; .:*>. I- day.; :"ii."..'.'"'''. 4.G) tlsvs I +, :"ii. trt, It.i ./
aro
111/1/NN1NN111111.1111111.111111111111111111111 1 the least. of these attractions rp/ular Y\'iI'iOIi Iicht't! :
; to those securing homes in the South, I being erected, and beautiful homes, i :

Bond Lumber Company I and ranking second only to health J' the alxxles of wealth and culture aremultipl.ing. 2 Trains

:I fulnecs and perfection of climate, i is | i Daily 2 I

tho! fact that its population i is chiefly j Seabreeze (City Beautiful) and

MA.MFACTIKEKS OF i it "ml{Kitted 1 of cultivated l and intelligent I Goodall are settlements on the Ocean $ U-ave Jacksonville! ti:J. S..t K: 7' I.', a. m
*
side of tho peninsula acrotw the I aveJarkHonville via ti. S A { ..-, i
ROUGH AND DRESSED p jHxjpli-, accustomed to the J'l'i i: : Khoriest and .. p ?
Halifax River from Daytona. IlIil'kr..t| rOil II'. ''IJI'rh s'i' .
LUMBER liIH'ml'nht of home and 1" I1II IIL/i/ "I. s I"
I
PINE AND CYPRESS Mt'iallift'.1
I I I Added to these features At the foot of Ocean Roulevard, : E. J. WALUEg .

churches) Seabreeze, a pier reaches" Olio>)> feet Florida ,
{ good public and jrivatehools I : Passcngcr
: Lath Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime < j I H stores, hotels, laundry" meat i across the beach into the swcllin i : Jacksonville Anent,
i t Officit and Yards Ka.t Coa.t markets, works j I surf of the 'oon. This pier i is a : Florida.
and Cement Stock. novelty :
an
in lUIUay and Uramso Atrnu* oMILI open 100...000......
110ul'l! e, electric lights for street and favorite resort of those who delight ONI.0101...10...10......6.. .&....... I
-Bond Mill Atlantic Coail IJn It,... 1.1 tulles south of .-.,;! \III.Kalamaioo .-. : hllus- illumination, good telephone I I in the sport of fishing. The mirfHhereCabounds ------0.0.0.

4 ,on Hanfortl Branch. of the F K.('. Ity. : system, ire factor, Lily \Vatr in. trout, pOlOpo'\nll.| | +++++++4++++++++++++++++++ ,

Phone 83 R. J. MALliY, Manager. 2IN11NN1N \\ orJ..M I and hot and cold baths, etc.. whiting, drum + +

r L .N1..0.1111...1111...........0.11...: and everything else can I IHJ pnvured '' of shee edible-head fish.and many other varieties i d f0 t
that is neceshary\ to make life com During the fall sen- i The Nassau I

; .- fortable. An important feature i in son the famous sea baits affords r,syal I
the licaltkfulneHs of the town is tho 1 sport, and it has Ix-en no uncommon ++
.J, Ocean House, \IFOLEYSHONET T J I! (occurrence laud a thousand pounds +
hater
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