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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 12, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NNEW.



VoL 1I. No. 44. Deytona. Florida. April S1. 1902 *

--- -- ----SOF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL tahaM m and rye bred at the: Ml.Summer hate for men and boys at
S* C C BARNES O L LTE Gr Bakery. Moore Bros. A alk o
SIB ummer dres goods at Moore Read the big ad. of the Ladies' Fur- i'iThe Stallman dresser trunks are
at the NOVELTY STORE Bo hi tore on the second page. sold at Moore's.
for anything in tie following line.: viz I Only the beet at the Gramling IpTake a look at the new corsets at Benjamin Mason. Jr., left Wednesday
Stationery Newspapers Magazines Bakery. Moore Bros; the Kabo and W. B. for Detroit, Mich.
Books Mslieal Goods Artist's Supplies Frank E. Bond came overfrom DeLand Peter Camrela, the fruitman, has The Rogers Block is being treated to a
fomry Fruit Nuts Tuesday evening, closed his store in Daytona and taken new coat of paint. ou are looking for
Jewelry o eks Watches rWFinest line of home-made candiesat hi departue. E. T. Conrad made a business trip to Or Kabo No.k601,
Pur Fiieu Toilet Article Goods Pocket nives the Gramling Bakery. S. B. Wilson, the county assesor, was; DeLand Wednesday. gored, width% inche
Fishing Tackle Sporting Goods Games ove from drill, with bro-w
Baskets Bird Cages and Glass Mrs. E. K. Pratt is down at Ankons over from DeLsad Friday of lat week. Dr. and Mrs.. G. Wallae were down p.rial drill, with broad
Kodaks Supplies School Supplies looking after her interests. He registered at Schmidt's Villa. from Ormond Wednesday. back. full form, ed
Bike Supplies Window Shades Masks J. P. Thomas was over to the county I'If yon want your painting and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Keeker left yester. rtr tabs, e 18 to
Dolls Toys Notions hub the first of the week on business. paper hanging done in a workman-like day for their ,homie in Dixon. Ill.
manner consult Kost & Gwinner.
Lowasy's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale, WiBoston Brown Bread and Baked I'WPastry that i.- dainty, delicious and
for rent, and repaired. All sort@ of tools and machinery repaired promptly. Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day. Capt. C. H. Spencer was among the nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
S...... Picture Frames Made to Order ...... Daytonians having business before the
......icture Made to rder..... Mayor Parkinon returned last Satur- Criminal Court at DeLand this week. WA beautiful line of bows, four-in-
day from nie trip to Knoxville, Tenn. hand ties and shield tecks at J. H.
A ron to a Frd Kapp mad. his usual monthly Hendr.icks'.
BaIt is rumored that a v017 01014 p .Y Delnd to attend the
was ladei n at oodRR OuAM ofa.cont --t-n ba 4Uh PalDtt
S, You Want d evening. returned from his trip to Cuba last Sat-
What You Want ...... o evnig Wr'FoR SALE:-A good Hamlin organ. uirdav evening.
S H. Q. Hawley, who has been visiting Call at cottage south of Riverview. Sea- "dy ev i
at I'matilla, returned to Daytona breeze. Mn. Anmi E. Gi ..S. ~ -Fru SAL.:-(ient's wheel, nearly arl '
last Sunday. new. cLieap. Enquire of E. W. Wallace
hAD SEE ETTER BATS. A THRIFTM BEE RAISER. A. H. Carter, of Holly Hill, w one of first of May ndr Boton. where he leae t at Curio Stor
the jurors before the Criminal Court at accept a position on a private yaclt. This is a good time to cut the mistletoe
Arthur Forest, for many years a resi- A GAIKTTE-NWN s representative called DeLand this week. out of our water oaks to save the trees
dent of this community, was found dead on George Vandevorde at his apiary the Brain bread, the great brain deve views fil to ure a few Florida fn these robbers of their sp. Kao o. t ir of f
in his room at The PalmsTuesdaymorn- other day. Mr. Vandevorde has some- rBra nd, t grat brain devel views before seurning north. Harris aandr of loosely wven line tawii. with ten
ing. A coroner's jury was ummoned thing over 200 colonies of beeN. He i oper and nerve builder, fresh eatery day has just what you want. Studio. l'ek Charles F. Burgman will deliver a IW.- imnh rigid clasp; six inc.hles lo,,eg over hips.
and an inquest was held under the di- one of the busiest men about town. for at the Gramling Bakery. Block. tu,i at the Wilinan's Opera House Sun- the pere.tion of gra,-e. and ,.oimf. t. for
reaction of Jmutice Williams. this is the breeding season and he is at Commodore Burgoyne took a party of TheGAzrT'rTL-NLws is on sale ati'hik'-- dlay evening on "The Coming Race.' slight and undevelol.dl tfigu ;: 1
The testimony showed that Forest work from early till late rearing and friend down the river yesterday on his and Barne' news stand every wek. I Miss Itinghani entertained on Wednes- straight rnt; sis l. to:to.........
had been drinking considerable of late, shipping queens of the Improved Italian handsome yacht. the Sweetheart. is also on file in all the o-.aeling hte.lsI dait afternoon fronI lit h" to fiv" in honor
but as there was a feeling that his death variety. Leonard Gill and the Willett Broms. will throughout the state. ,f M;r. l',i llo,,ker Alfr-, of s.ti-
was a case of self-destruction, caused by This is an interesting business and one sail for England about May 28, to at- W.H.Peter I-ft Tu.sday i1. ii, h mch
poison, Dr. H. D. Brown was instructed that only a few out of the many who tend the coronation of King Ed ward. Cruir for few s a in tt 'v. of eLaI. a a
to hold a poet-mortem examination of take it up ever continue. It require d of Kruiser for a few wes maokersl tih.- Jnt.1- M.4'roy. of DeLa,.I. wam i
the body. He reported that death was wisdom, freight, prudence, patience Commissioner Rodgers attended the uing on the ocean. A. M. l',,llett .Anl It.X t,,,a visit-,,r, ye te.trl;iy. DI during h~s
caused by alcoholic coma. He was fifty and labor of a high order to accomplish usual monthly meeting of the county Frank Hand acc,-onipaniied him. stay .i ii eit he i as the giust 4of Kltten 611. straight front
year of age and unmarried, the desired end. comminioners at the county capital before going home hand in your sub- .Mayr P'arkinson. stud, 10 inch .hlap, I
Forest had been engaged in the feb Anybody might make honey with a this week. scription to the GAZTTIC-NEIWS. It will Mr. and Mrs. S. Haynman leave this satin ribbon trim and bo
and oyster businem off and on for a few colonies of beesbutno one bat ane- j. ). .ind was fined three dollars keep you posted on the doings in and fte.rnoi or New York. where they will wist, din skirt a
number of years. There was a time pert can propagate queens for a fastta- by Mayor 1arkinson Monday morning around Daytona during the Suntlluer. sp.-ind a few wee-ks teefure returning to Jarte.r tabs, size 18 to
when he was an upright and respected ious clientage. for riding without the necessary light on The misses Leas and Hlarmnan, ho h avaina for th.. sunim er.
man. Meeting with drawbacks he re- It is not generally known that lande- his bicycle, have been visiting with tihe Misses Tur- 4 iv I. Nlt-atif has ,hl the. West 'SalmB
sorted to liquor to drown his despond- vorde possess these rquisite accotm- r I Metll ,r. th t t)lm
ency. While in the eyes of the world he plishmnents. for he doesn't tell it around. a'1Wanted, the use of a house during ner, left Thlursday for their honee i. lI-a filed a drunkard's grave, he was of but he has 'em just the same. Hisarti- the summer by couple, who will take (Greenvlle. which is situated on ren- Olhio. and hlas nr.til'id froim the news-
noble heart and was an enemy to no one eles on apiculture are read in all the good can- of sanime; no children. Apply ville Creek. in Ohio. paper business. Harry L. Brown is the ()
but himself, and is more to be pitied leading bee journals of America and at this office. l'roms ects are good for a husy stiuiner new editor and manaige-r.
than censred. Canada. Kotm & (Gwiner. the painters and this year in the wity of building oprth- stok heelders of the

taking rooms of Bingham & Maley Wed- ing; his one absorbing thought is to rear and you will make no mistake in con- contemplated and a number a;r already l'oint..d ''et. will a lftrnoonh at the
neaday at ten o'clock, brief services be- the roval little ladie. without whom no sulting themil. under course of construction ,.el|ck. to organize in company. a:11 All'n o
ing conducted by Father O'Boyle. The colony of bet could survive. and hence n e'r. Way. the iano nan. left John M. Keely. of Boston, was at the se.rsons inter.l.st- an. invited to Ie
interment was in Pinewood cemetery no nectar could ble gathered. Monday afternoon on a business trip to Palmetto Thursday. Mr. Keely is repre- l. /t.
The stratin Tof Improve Italians or Monday afternoon other town business te Ma nting the (loean Steamhip ton.pat
TIo b rmblte i CaGorsl. Golden Italians exhibited by Mr. 'ande- ', tad was lohkieLtw ns sini for hisMlin- Wt al tH r .ot attentitm (if our 'n waders toor
Bunell Saw and Planer Mill i now rd i a beaut to old. We acknowledge a very tpleasamet call. thead. (of the lHotel Me-lvin at Jackson"
Bunnedl's Saw andnd Ple rMl l The variety has been long in contae't Attorn.ey J. M. Tisdale. of Covington, ville. on another page. Tlhi hotel is
prepared to furnish rough anddre with the human family and so i very Kv who with his wife has d en spend- Heretofre the freight ad .nger own,..d ; ,1. iet n,.e. wloo is now at
Slun rt war. Wo ad a for docileandconrteoutotu h tiidetranger ing the winter in Daytona, left Thurs- busin bes attended toin t r aly ti ,,SI..l7.. itn ih li,' tI. uanaigment COUNTY COMMISSIONERS C ,%i- r si i Bon, d
by land or water. Wood and slaas f who "never could go about bee and et day for their home. tion has rn attended to the sa .1 : a albrith .s l m i, north d eith
sale at all time. get stungg" s a office. Now it is separated, th.e freight ,,;.l ,.,rk. It a gl .d pIae ,. to stop. The "oe'tntv e.oteliseioT,.rh r 't iu 'i lo,,s;i let r.,move.a an
A. A. BrNNE.L, Proprietor, e tung." W. Riowle.y, the San Mateo cigar office being transfcrred te th.' frmeight m n i
o This breed comes down to us from th, aniufactuer, accompanied by his warehouse 1.U(;riff. the e -.'dcrator. has bw'n \deco- ular sion Mceuiehy night Alc'. l ii grazing attl
Romans, before the beginning of our era. chma'niing daughter. was imu Daytona rwsn .nt. :
Architect Gove bas just completed the They were cultivated in the monasteries Mrs. I J. Bovyce entertained a. oe u t ,i t, l .'f i n In the matter ol ',oai r,.ports i.0,,e ..+- i'
plan fora810.0}0 house for P. Simms, during the dark ages. and amre to-day the the forprt f the week. twenty-ve people at pro ive euhr r ni miioner from itt et MONEYG
of 8t Paul, Minn., on his property on sweetest tempered race of apis mellifica If you asy intervte.d in the actual hap- Tuesday afternoon at the P almetto hisiji Hehaiome *ite ener two niles pine straw reah l;iie. an-
South Beach street. known. They also poseN in a very openings of Daytona and Voluaia County, The parlor was very beautifully deo- limnewn as *'The a n with the Rged eight eailrs of s rhell oe th w -'-I e" "nle'r why m
high degree the honey gathering quali- with casual mention of current news. rated. Refreshments consisting of ie, y.. ,n it Leon roafl. farin in aie bout Daw
Sties which, of course, "is uhat blees are subscribe for the GazETTr-NEWs. cream, cakens and punch were served. lit' thrilig his uni STo st and wah for golden a All rsons desiring to have their Miss Celia Harris entertained about .rm.ntin wedk h e always w ofe on 2nd IVnI road. and th treated' that this i
Beauties coming ii laden with o llen tick t oney paid for Lceu Course thirty of her young friends at the ho,,.i making of on.-hl .il,,.le odroy.. year Ie grew several
a nd nectar, or to liftaden withe ver d returned must apply for it notlatee of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. (;. Hlar- AnotheL-r fln. ,e.,.rrd alothng the rail- Distrat N.o. 5 w.port.l ,,r.e[,tair.s ,n't sandl Mcassava. ei
Pit. Midway Wednesday Savage and Spr... < n-k ro;,l C" "' m fptat
DAINTIS. watch them deposit their treasure, and April 20th to Mrs. Graham Thompson. spat i re vng. aTe ete wse hil called out a force. of Mwomn and The report of the l ci.nitte'.e on ti. "n. four acre.s of sw
now and then witness the hilarious "bee 1 We have just received a large dance" done by the young bee returning skirts, roaring flames. Tne most of the audi- ordered advertise-d. looking tine, and will
stock of goods manufactured with his firet load of pollen is indeed a Hon. Hlarlin W. Brush, United States Carl Phillips, of New York, has been Cen'e .semed to enjoy the sight. A few The objection of J. .1. Beers and .1 it. in all probability. H
delight, especially that there is no pro- Consul to Canaa at Niagara Falls, was running the Rosedale cottage thin sea- men made an effort and succeeded in say- Buckwalter to opeinig road from Eri- :'re'.. of pt1 tatoes at H
by the National Biscuit Co. test from the bees. ; c..... t .f hi. ,-"-. = f' I n ,. son. Last Saturday, so Ed. Lindberg ing Howard Y. Stillmans tenant house, poria to Volusia ltar receivee, and filed. There will be from


They are strictly high grade Mr. Vandevorde is a close and pains- thiweek. He was accompanied by his informs us, he disappeared taking con- after it had taken fire several times. lPetition from citizens of 'ort Orange barrels of pottres sh
taking student and the fruit of his toi is siderable silverware and linen with him. With a strong north wind the fire threat- in r.ferenn.e to an aplhro priation for n'ret ings this year
and nothing can e found to in good demand. Orders are rolling in [e. It is also said he left several croditers be- eued to run through to the Ridgewood Orange and Daytona r:.! ruf.rrd to laytona am, vacinit
equal them. Here are some faster than they can be filled. These Mrs. Wray, formerly proprieter of the hind him homes but was chec'keld on Mr. Still- T. J. Murray. soil than lI:astings.'
of them. come from as far north as Canada and Live Oak Inn at New Smyrna, has The Palmetto will close Monday after man's and Mis.s Faster's lbawk lots. The clerk was insr.ctd to noth" tl, it gold '
as far west as California. leased Rosedale Cottage for one year m l Board of hiaritias of Washington. s. e a..
Graham Wafers Mr. Vandevorde cultivates only the and will take possession the 13th of this dinner. C. 0. Chanberlin will remain il Daniel Poineroy. an invalid of Sister- that the torats of thi countyy do nt CRIMINAL COUR
Brownie Wafers Golden Italian or Improved Italiam month. aNorth. Howard utterf s d b, the going ill. Wt Virginia who is tpig at show that T. (alve-rt wa- ever a
Barinie We culture is asnilte h,, (if %i..Stilig. had a very natWiaer
variety. Bee culture is a hobby as well E. J. Walker the newly appointed clerk, will leave next w,-k f,r Magnolia. thrilling eperi,..,i. Tuesday. He nwas Rie dn hize.' f Ith- Ie I it-. States e.- evi nim;.nl inrt
FruitCake as a business with him and he intends to Florida passenger agent for the N. C. Mass., where he hold., the position of r f lin h wn esdke w i, .itnldsiofha.l. .l.. A1ood- isi- o,,.v-.nv. in
Almond Bon Bons make Vandevorde's Strain of Golden & St. L. Ry., and W. & A. R R. was in chief clerk in the Oceanside.t i w J tt T
Italianr famous for their honey gather- Daytona Wednesday and favored ourraing i t Mr. Poieir approved Also th.e iottm. lin-i : -.':iding. oiuntvy
Butter Gems ing qualities, their doility and their office with a brief call. A party of gentl.e.mn .hrt.r.l the P pe'.l it to ;i ea;ril-c- r.ptil and Grant ly ami Chal.s. .M.l'trn,... r.e y with in lic.trent
Five O'clock Teas beauty, these qualities being sought in Cruiser and went up the Tornmk;ai l ist 'trll.k at it it hi his- cane. lie wtas so Thepe'isiit n clinliii .V Win ll' n \\hit ,i ir fc ersf,.ri iaml. (l
O(wega Crackers the order named. ft..A new li e of wash goods at J.I. Sunday. The day ts sent m,,ist ill wk that hi. lost his balbne, and fell av,,d. ,'f Turner lel. dput
endricks*. fishing. Among the .rowd were John i"iupw th.e snake liiv ife. I ik h.imui u A 'conlaini w'a- lil-me in re.ir,..e. to I,.. lv to w.ait upon tlh
Minuette Wafers L little M-aints Gilenni, the son of Mrs. Maley, it. S. Maloy. H[-inry Titus, I '. eF. al h the-ni killed it. About this timn Wm. La.'s halimu I m.. vers te. l.mk.. TIe kolloa ing a'iise
Water Biscuit THTHURSDAY CLOSING. M. W (;lenn. of DeLand. died Monday Mansti.lv. T. 11.('ave. E L. Bond, -rank a dltrk-ey n.ae alhng ;ind l formed helenand r ('am,,-itvy i,,,.l It..f., I I. c.-harm-s tiled again
S-- night at twelve o'clock. The funeral Rodgers. E. II. I'urdy. IE:. IF. Knapilp. -I. l'*,,,.nroy that thl,. simik.- \as a dia- to R. It. Brook.. .)a'k .n.- .d .Johr
W e tile undersigned men ha nts of Day- took phuui at ten o'clock VWednsday. W. 11. I'eltqrs. ti. (;eo tsti Wh,..ala.r ',"" 1 a, k *rtt'ler H ,ha,,''i.- l that ,titio ,,,.jr-. liii ,l r. :, ,, i,, fishing on s fined i l
Morrell's Breakfat BIacon, the tona agree to close our resliective places theit intrnmiint le.ing at DeLa n. Austin. Frank lHand and ..1M I'-.lhtt. h, ,l,.. .e ,.t i- t, c,,m into, sih c.l>oe sull,,,rt r,,. ti,, \e H .I, I rI,. Tann.mr l. o, [ :to davy
finest that mnonwy can buvy. of business on every Thursday at 12 m.. -t,;.t with another of thl- species, and Keeper Rawlit.-i tp,, I,,,, -.. ;, W\n. iho.s pld g
commencing May let. and ending Octo- .ltedn.edrates on the launuhColhnu- Th summers..l.h, is now in ffe.t ...,.atulating hims.lf dhat he is. still inisstruc te.d tdo payv into thle. ,c,,. ,.ae ,,f e,.ati hit wife. 1
S2nd. inclusive a on and after Monday. April 7th. on the I'lorida East (oat Railway. in th land of th.e livg. ..i il
We hW.ve tutie Tlar st and fina.est 7er 2nd. inclusive To ltm ka. 73 nts, to Ne-w S na. T, in :t.- runs fro i aklsot ll ,. ely e x..cg og tie '.- '1 in t e s, dc e,., ,, n l ** I. rit ) ple-d *
1te. W A u s t in L e lo n g ng t o l ; n .,. .J ^ .id ,1b.,n v 8 1 0 0 J O la ,
line of cernal foods in the city. Moore Bros., 73 cents; to P eone Park, 75 cents. ho Miamii pas.sing at .11; t. II. t '. n in ..: tih- 0lealaem te ,, ,p ,i t., T i.. I, '.-r t,. e .\ ,lli I0 ,-,isc wias
1. F. Morrison. thit Tornaka Tuesdays. Thurisdays. Sat- from 1imanm teo .1 k- il. la.... 1a'- paid ] n Mrh Thne.- mI. r ,,Mi i;.
We have the largest assortment Wi. A. lea l,-ir. uirdays: toe New Smyrna, Mondays. Wmd- tona at :t p "1'ran rnI, a- f.ar ,f th ,I,.,...., .lo,,h ll,,ill.n. ,..s-.rti
high grade canned goods in the C '. W M orW ie-oli. It,-i ,. '\. t .'t. 1vt i r On m t ,,,l m i i. tT.i a ...' t l .n ,,l n u
.I. E. ush It .21 i' i the ',' mit" r it l' li !l hoi-e w r.e- lc t 4' ir of teh- l -. I .1 : ii -t-,.I. i .-.la
cucounty. TIe prices. of course (;. Pollard. Mrs Mir- : lhu 1 glass li.me l at Thi. e 'e Smirn ilir1 m"- *inm t t I suffered terribly and was ex- who wn' rnst icie m o ke-,ep c i, on Thli c l Ic-' an I'.r.
are right. .1. A. Hlendrick. Oaks last Saturday ol peritoneiti.e. lie- c:27 before' r.ak.ms-t tremely weak for 12 years. The prtelai.S ..g,. .. .-n ca lie;m
II. P. Smith. va.-ed w as fort. ears of a, ge. Thi reN-O doctors said my blood was all I'e.tition, \,r .-r pr. -... i- .1 c t I. m t. \, w ii,,,.... hI \ ant.
Pock & Foster. mains ..e prelar.ed y ighan & NOTICE turning to water. At last I tried .. .1 ,,. Wt,
mithk & Fsera. iMalu and shiplaud ,e -ieeina. Minne & Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was soon m. ,,..-
Smith & Sou. Maly and shipled to \imoa. Minn feeling all right again." i i and lei.kly \ i :.. .i I., :1, r \:ei
treo. L. Watsmi. hie ltet hioe'. The de'eas'd was ai nein Noti is hereby Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct. ing of the d,.liimle..i-, t.,\ ,-. i... -.. tim to p, l
e II. ('lark. b.-r of th l Eisterrn Startt and th t tytin th. list \a- a i..., i \ ,, ,l .l t.. i n
(ueF. T. Peck. Ie' an iipanied the remains to tie railroad ttat I w l riht Non matter how long you Smyrnan I-e...-c .., *-- inc l
E. T'. ounradl & o station in a body g en that I w not have been !, nor how T. lk -- .. ... ,, l.
J. H. Maley. I New int. .f ilson adjustable hold myself respon- poorly yOl y be today, '; .
J.raham Th. ivr on, albums tor aatenaurs at Harri St udio. for n Ayer's S.rsaparilla is the !,rii, e ei,,,,,,,., .... ,-- .. ,,,, .
Bingham&Maley. The Pauley Road (Cge ordered by the Si e f any con- best medicin- you can i. .r ., ,.. ,. ,,.,, ,,. .xl.rfo
Mason & Wall. county coinmissioners sn tmin ago traced by C. C Post take for pulirf, ing and en- l.an. in., poh,..l-..-.si,,, a ,.nc., ,. c .. ...s .i., sit W
has arrived. and is now on te road richin te road niching the l.o-d. In' ,' :, ,- v,..,n. a,
SCONRA & CFor ent-A cottage- of our rooms tiween here and Dkl.aud. The cage y the f=ir name Don't doibtit, put your .rinor Jeniniiei ,tu,- i~-.i.>,,.. ,, i, ,, ..tinued
0i II i*1vw i| and a large tent house, fully furnished weighs 4.5001 pounds and has uccommo- whole trust in it, throw tl. r l c r I,. n h.I. ,> ,., tit' df len.
to rent for summer and autumn to nations lor eleven prisoners. Th'e board- of Po afCT away everthin else ay any m journ
'Phone 61. gentleman and wife, or small family ers eof the portable bastihe are now work- t C away everytinilsg I fendants ".-re .is. -,ar., e v .;-ti.- Th'rhlay Iorning.
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I a trial, but their
ourne and Judge
ning the evidence
aWd guilty, which
I goe to the pen
ie wo%%man to the

I. jury eae, the
ik, -hliarged with
V-r, li.-t not guilty,
r the defense.
ill Canty, robbery,
sault with intMt
. R. D. Venning,

'd for the term
-Volusia County








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SUBSWCBPTION RATES:
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m aPer S Iwebk Jm.rea
esadmml, 10e per Line Each Inertloa.

g-Communications on live topics of
local interest solicited. Anything per-
taailngtopersonal grievnces or quarrel
will not be published except over the
writer'S nature, and at our regular
advertising rates.

Entered at the Postoaee at Daytona,
Florida, as Secon4 Clas Matter.

Saturday, April a., a.2*


COUNTY CHAIREN.

The following is a lit of Democratic
county chairmen for the campaign of
1902:
Alachua, J. D. Watkins, GaiusMville.
akter, John R. Herndon, Macsmany.
PrIlrd, Joseph L. B lake Batler.
S aweM, T. Vivian Mod&, Jensen.
heB sa, W. B. Clark, Blonntstown.
Cmrea. J. M. Young. laveriewS.
S (Iy, L. M. Thomas, Lama.
Caotemba. J. D. Taylor, Lake City.
Dabe, W. A. FUer, Miami.
De Soto, C. W. Foreeter, Arcadia.
Deval, Cromwell Gibbons, Jackson-
vile.
BEcambia, Charles B. Parkhill, Pensa-
cola.
Franklya, Henry W. Jobhas, Apa-

Os, W. H. EDi, Quiwy.
Hamiloa, Jae. F. Htewart, Jasper.
Hernando, John C. Law, Brookaville.
Hifllboro, Frank M. Simonton, Tampa.
S HoBlmes, Hardie Whitaker, Potola.
Jaekoa, C. L. Wilsoa, Marianna.
Jdsbron, W. M. Girardea, Monticello.
Lafaette. R. L. Goodbread, Mayo.
S Lke, W. B. Celland, Eustis.
Lee. James E. Foxworthy, Fort Myers.
S Leo, George I. Davis, Tallahassee.
Levy, T. W. Shanda, Bronson.
S Liberty. J. H. Shuler, Bristol.
Madison, E. J. Vann. Madison.
Manatee. Jobs C. Pelot, Manatee.
Mario, Neil M. Allred, Orala.
Iumoe, B. B. Walton, Key West.
Nasesa, W. W. Farmer, Yulee.
Pasco. E. B. Liles, Dade City.
Osceola, A. E. Beardon, Kimsimmee.
Orange, Willis L. Palmer, Orlando.
Polk, E. C. Stewart. Bartow.
Putasm, Joseph Price, Palatka.
St. Johns, Bartolo Genovar, St. Au-
gustine.
SantaBosa. A. J. Brown. Milton.
Suamter. William Himes, Bushmed.
Sawaanee, G. H. Dorman, Houstoun.
Taylor. H. T. Wilder, Perry.
Volusia, Frank W. Sams, New Smyrna.
Wakulla. Frank W. Dural, Crawford-
vile.
Walton, M. A. Warren, De Funiak
Springs.
Washington, W. B. Gainer. Eronfina.

Osed arhe aom.
Lat fall I was taken with a very se-
woe attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and annoy-
ame. After trying several prescriptions
9d6 rhematic ures, I decided to se
Omerlan's Pain Bahl. which I had
es advertised it the South Jerusalem.
After two applications of this remedy I
was meh better, and after using one
_ _hotts was completely ecred.-Salie
!s RS6alem, N. J For M by all


HELP TUR TOWN.

A writer in an exchange has a lengthy
i eedoa the subject, "Help yourTown."
sla part he says: "Another way to help
your town is to do all you can to beau-
tiy it. Beauetify the streets. Be friendly
tenr.yhody and courteous to staa-g.
e. Toarcivility will help make good
ipueamio s and will be carried and
cherished. Never forget you are a part
of the town and your deportment helps
to make up the stranger's estimate of


the place. Sell al you can and buy all
you can at home. Every dollar that is
sent or carried away from the town
makes it that much poorer."

u e @Ud W edks.
Thee are three short and simple
*weid the hardest to pronounce In any
tangage (and I suspect they were Mn
aer before the confusion of tougua).
bht which no man or nation that can-
net tter can claim to have arrived at
umnhood. These words are. "I was
wml g."- I.owell.
Klm Limit.
WIfe-How did you get along while
I W away?
3-and-I kept boose for about ten
days. and then 1 went boarding.
WM OD ardiJn Why didn't you go
..M.. -"i_'t. All the dishes
Wr ed .


TABLE sI f h TIDUS.

Week beginning April 13. 1902.
KmeInw.


a. m.
eaedvay.............................11:18
Monday ............................. 1
Tuesday ............................... 1:50
Thursday.......................... 3.01
Pridiv............................... 4:00O
Saturday......................... 4:52
LOW TIDn.


p.nl
11.45

1:30
3:35;
8:85
4:28
5:15


Doctor H. L. Du Bois went over to
DeLand Monday in response to an ur-
gent call from them 0. W. Johnson
also went over Monday to attend court.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter were in our
village Sunday afternoon, and J. W.
Wilkinson was a visitor on Monday.
Mrs. Jones, of Ponce Park, spent sev-
eval days with her daughter, Mrs. C.
McDaniel.
Mrs. J. H. Du Bois, while walking on
the beach opposite here, found a beauti-
ful solam goose. It was a very large
bird, measuring 6 feet between the tips
of its wings. It is being stuffed and
mounted by our taxerdermist. Mr.
Drummond.
Mr. Havens has just finished a well for
Capt. Fozzard, making the third that he
has driven in our village, getting a fine
flow of water each time.

TO CLIBA COLD IN ONE DAY


coe and investigated the matter of the
removal of the location of the school
building and the erection of a new build-
ing, and recommended that no action be
taken atpresent. The report and recom-
mendation were adopted. A petition
was received from a number of citizens
at Kingston asking the establishment of
a school at that place. As there are al.
ready schools at intervals of about three
miles along that neighborhood, the pe-
tition was filed without action. A large
number of warrants were drawn, after
which the board adjourned.

StUps th Como --d Wwks d thO COM
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 2.5c.

Contentment is always perched on
the round of the ladder Just above you.
-Chicago News.

Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver,
TjhlIl.t a bl t t t t nhr si_ Fo1 r hsale bv


Take Laxative Broo Quinine Tablets ............
All druggist refund the money if it fails all druggiste.
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on
each box. 2kc. 'efuml sNem.
A well known Philadelphia society
woman said the other day:
WET OR My? "I have come to separate the men of
Smy acquaintance into tlir.' classes.
ED RGASwNsw-We learn that There are the dancing iri-ni the dinner
a petition is being circulated again for a his own place on my li -st. I', instance.
wet and dry election for the county. We I would never itlinlk of d'tep".diing unpoln
would think with the experience of the dancing nm-n for n tdin.t.r. Tle( danc-
past, when thousands of dollars were Ing man is getrti':riy i':tl:n. nlld he
spent for the same purpose, that the doesn't know mutih el- iee ides danc-
liquor advocates would hesitate before Ing. Oin tl Itheer lihil, the 4:imi,r umni
seldom don ,,, i:t ihe is i t taiiker.
spending their money, as thle public sen- iedsuperficiallyn iticret .s -.th kr.ht
timent of aur county has been so er toplcr o ile d.< thed. ral-. tr strongly expressed against, the saloons. the latest o o Ivl :nil d (te: more than
Some advocate the saloon to bring pros- ho!d up his end. lie dot)sn't al'.ow con-
perity. Ourcity without one has never versation to 1:,:. ;anIl ,coi:!:v juently lhe
been more prosperous than at the pres- Is an important ft.tor.nt :1i ent time; the money of uur capitalist as will accept dinner iiit-t:Ii.,ns quicker
well as labor is now spent with our mer- that invitatimi). of otin;:r kinds., .but
chants,. and in building homes for them- don't think frin thi l ilihat tlhvy are all
selves and intending residents; but with di"Tnerner n. ar foi e is h ot.
a saloon they lose all that, as much of who has the knack of iiiiinig |tilns'if
it wQuld go into the till of the saloon generally useful and is quite in a :class
and be spent by him in luxurious living, by himself. He looks after the eouifort
Our city has never supported a saloon of thel chapuerons. runs h:iandy little ,l-
with its bad accompaniments, while Tit- rands and (<-:n <\n ii e d.Ic l|ih d tri u1al1
usville starting with a saloon, and with at afternoon more natural advantages for shipments, think mntl of him. ilut ie has his own"
being at the head of vavigation on In- -Phivalue from theia t.rie
dian river, at one time the terminus of Philadelphia
two railroads, has been kept back by emperor Honor. a D)raeon Fly.
the saloon element predominating, to The oldest extant M pen ailiouit a drig-
say nothingofgeneraldisorderandmur- on fly is said to lia:iv l'en' conilosed
ders. A saloon in our city would bring 1.440 years :i o l.y ithe lrEiper,.r Yuria-
a blightonits fair name from which it ku of Japan. ":'" 112ay. l ile thlas en.-
might never recover. Most of our citi- pero- was a lintini..t',n ,v.ai ,.nlt re'i- I
ords, a :iI!!% <.itih ;:1:l d it h 0- :rins. '
ns are a quiet, progressive and law- Therewits h a '.l ii. n I% li, un',ed ti l)o
abiding people. E.NW. the gadfly andd l.,v,,r,,I it. Then the
emperor hoiiiii!i n .t The 8*est r Mlrs make alt olde in lpr:ai- of the diraion
ChUill and Feveris a bottles of Gnov's fly. But as 'hth3 hirittted l io% to legin
TAW lms CMLL Toxic. It is simply he himself i conlpotd 1 piotm i n rale
Iron and Quinine in a tasteleme form. of the insect. eindlig witi the words:
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents. I Even a cre-eing in-.ct
Waits upon th.- gr, at l.ord.
Thy form it 1til I-ar
0 Yamato. land uf hct iragon fly'
H0W TO ESCAPE. And in honor of tihe dragon fly the
-- place of the iln'idenit was called Akit-
EDITOR oGazLs-ra Nws:-We read the suno. or the moor of tlthe dragon sy.-
article on the negligence and carelessness "A Japanese Miscellany."
of certain railroads in regard to freight
shipped to this point, and offer the fol- When an old work horse is given a
lowing as a sovereign remedy, havingboliday he spe nds It hiefly in looking
lowing as a sovereign remedy, having lonesome.-Atchison Globe.
had experience. From almost any point -
in the West or Middlewest to New York
freight of all kinds is expedited. Have it
sent to New York, then by Clyde Line
and you will get your goods in reason- ls. le_ o he gu
able time. and in most cases the rates L aoftIv BGon FOiife aM
will not be any more. OaX Or TnHM. M ame4y t ah in a Te m r \


T MNGE HEWS. COUNT SCHOOL BOARD.

Pnr Ona~sn, April 10-Te largest The Cout school board met Mo0
card party of this season was lost Tos day in regular monthly mtile, with
day evening In Rif.gewood BHall and one members prmt. Superintendent Bertd
of the pleasantest. Mrs. StuartWaltey, Fish reported that ead discontinued
of Ypsilant, Miek., was our hostess, the school at pruce Creek because the
upeMmi. ,aih BOnd* a" 6.horre* aver ge attendance lat month had tli-
Md. .a ttMdr,Caria ,Ml below the m itnimma of ei t. Con-
drove dowa Dayt with party mslooer Chandler reported the ae of
o4ethmds last week. the old iHjhland Park building to B. B.
Mr. God Mml.Bosher of New York & ibbra. Regular petitio having been
rived last week nd arm visltib Mm R.'s telved from the eitiemeof Winona and
bioere &. VW. Illteaa, our westsed Olencoe districts, asking for establish.
psosat. meat of subdistricts, the superintendent
Mr. and Mr. Dorrn and their was ordered to publish the same accord-
Mr. and Mr. Dorr e ad e in to law. Special elections for trus-
charming daughter, Miss Francos, left 109 to law. Special elections for true-
for their home in ,isFes ,Pa.' tees and to fix the rate of tax were or.
oratly to the reg O the orst of dered to be held on May 31 for the dis-
es the e fheirsta y f trict of New Smyrna, Oak Hill, Lake
friends they made during their stay. Helen, Hawks Park, Holly Hill, DeLeo
Mr.. and Mr. M. J. Stockman also Springs, Seabreeze and Glenwood. Dr.
started for their how in Charlevoix, L. B. Bouchelle, of New Smyrna, was ap-
Mich. pointed an agent for the sale of school
Messrs. Wilmarth, Temple, Beip and books for the county schools, and the
Hurd left in Elija McDaniel's sail boat publication company was requested to
the Dolphin for a week's fishing in the supply him with books. Commissioner
Indian river North. Knapp reported that pursuant to the
order of the board he had visited Glen-


I aearimg by te aiavtt of te ONm.
a otla e s styledM cause. that ae
resideQnce Ithedefendant zwada I3.n
I. sa ~ amas Am6


....i -


What the Nod" rM3a
The typical Indie home t tdap,
eets of a mud eMaiked Mlog a
tepee or two, usually a bay arn sad
sometimes a corraL As a general rali
-they live in squalor. yet may I-ladf
Piam homes and -40 7W"B
cooked meals from meatly at tables
But the e lmry liae eatsr was
Biagey d t qosuauable abMst -. eN
delights In dog stew and other savory
dishes. He has excellent Weth Md an
envied digestion.
Indian children are shy sad else
mouthed to strangers. bet the equaWs
are often loquacous. Thtr doers are
always open to visitor. The red an
has an aversion for soldiers and frank-
ly tells them that he does not fear
them. Although he possesses ano eoel-
lent constitution, disease BAod n the
Indian an easy victim.-Detrolt Free
Press.


TO SAY


W4ToW W

mb'c


it -ow'.


RACKET STORE


-Masae o ftlea" ral e.
"Some years ago I visited an old Notce.
friend of mine In Mllnnea1oll" Mid a Notice is hereby given that the under-' :
riend of mne in Minneapols, id a se will,. on the i1st day ot April. D. .. As maa
well known Milwaukee railroad Mnt. a m apply to the Hon. titnor S. Jones. Judge
"and be spent cosiderable time taking o the eenth Judicial Circuit o Florida
and for the County of Voluula for a license i
me about to show meo the many Inter' to manage. take charge of. and control her I W
eating places in that interesting city. property, and to become a free dealer in U A W
every respect. Bam I. DAvax' umr.
One day he took me out to see the fa- Th s March 24. w
mouse Minnehaha falls, and after I had some lines of goc
feasted my eyes on this beautiful work
of nature he Invited me to accompany G P fla h o
him down the gulch through which their d1
little stream flows-at east half a mile (Establsed 1882.)
-and there called my attention to a PLUMBING. GAS FIRTT'ING,
little cascade that Is an exact mlnla. STEAM and H(YJ WATER
tre of Mlnnehaha falls. HEATING.
'What do you call this cascade? I LOCATD IN MAONICBUILDING.
asked of my friend.
*, We call this Minne Giggle.' "-Mil H V
wankee Sentinel. OCEAN HOUSE, H. V. BRACE
The Artist and the Critic. F. W. SAMS, Proprietor 1 M
Sidney Cooper. the English artist. Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and
happening one day to visit the Royal Y4
academy, where oe some of his works Regular Boarders. Beach St. and Belleview Ave.
were on exhibition, while a couple of NEw SMYVNA, FLORIDA.
critics were examining the pictures.
strolled up to where they were stand-
ing. At that moment the younger of h am & M AAX W
the two critics exclaimed. "Any ma-
chine could turn out sheep like that!" '
Mr. Cooper put his hand in his pock-
et, produced his erd and. handing it to Fand
the newsimper man. aid. with gravity.
"If you will kindly send that machine TTY.
to this address when completed. I'll UnUdTdkng ,
send a cli.ek for r 1.A I to the insUtute
for decwyed journalists!"
soup hy the Po.ud. Paints and Oils
In China litttids are sold by weight'G nr la m
and grain by measure. John buys soup General
by the pound and cloth by the foot. A NT o f st
Chinaman never puts his na:me outside UI w n o W aSte aCIZUTIVIC DObSZ.
his shop, but paints Instead a motto of Shop near Bond & Bond Lm
a list of his goods on his vertical sign h Shop near Bond Bond Lum
board. Some reassuring remark is fre-* I11
quently adldedl. such as "One wordn
hall," "A child two feet high would not
be cheated." Every single article has Indur ted W ater Uhl N orth er
to be bargained for. and it is usual fo a W at
the customer to take his own measure AT MAR ET
and scales with him. CooleS. MEAT MARKET
The Heat of Australia.
Australia is the hottest country on A R re a
record. I have ridden for miles astride I I-rigerator:
the equator, but I have never found
heat to compare with this. Out in the ---"
country in the dry times there appears INOCIPCNOIENT I
to be little more than a sheet of brown
palwr between you and the lower re-
gions, and the people facetiously say I
that they have to feed their hens on
cracked ice to keep them from laying
boiled eggs.-Sydney Telegraph.
o nsidermte.
Young Husband-Don't you think. Cnim t.tions with DeLand. Ormund, j. L Odum, Pmo.ri.so*.
darling, that it would spoil the curtains tHolly Hlill and Mlundgrove.
If I should smoke? The finest Market South of Jacksonvil
If I should smoke? ..
Young Wife-You are the best and A full stock of all kinds of Fresh Florit
amost considerate husband that eveti and Western Meats.
lived, dear. Of course It would. a WsenM t.
Young Husband-Well, then, you'' Poultry asipecialty.
better take them down. I ). YTOxN.v FLORIDA.
Censure mad Criticism.
Censure and criticism never hurt any.
body. If false, they c snot hurt you inAs T m 1p C. A. BIRCHW OOD
unless you are wanting In manly char A 5 L W PI
acter. and if true they show a man his Anyonemndnasketehanddortptwonmy .DEALER IN
weak points and forewarn him against quick Sn our oiutnm fbee in AR
failure and trouble.-Gladstoneon. trttl~U tCaHotheSn aa bWePtet
Msnt fr. OEMfor SOM ME PenBS' ce. Northorn and Woste- m
Patent taken tou h Mc m aC. To
Coseoling the Old Lady.
Old Aunt (despondentlyP-Well. I 'il ilu& a M EATS
shall not be a nuisance to you much A $adsomelyilWa tate weekly. JIaruEetr-S
longer. ealation of any aientilc e umnal. Terms. a
'ri ffouwoontha, SL loid by all newedoaler
Nephew (reassuringly)-LDon't talk a PoNlDuaoltry. etc.
like that, aunt. You know you will'- 1 beso.m n. wa ew
Punch. aroctoons. in awD.0
uc __ __ (t'ntrally Located tn Beach Stnrt.
Hew H Spoied It


He---I thought you looked charming *RJI\ JLL 1 1 0.
last night. I
She-Oh, now, did you really? We la.' just nrt.ived 1i nw line of
He-Yes. Why. I could hardly believe White Mountain lt.frige rators. They
it was you.-ilhiladelphia Bulletin. are high grad e n tl t.tand abo\e others.
The Heliht of Politeness.
Cleverton-Since you have lten call.
Ing on Miss q'inke'ly how have her fa.
their and mother treated you?
Dnshaway-Splendidly. I haven't
even met t.tem.-Judge.


Clearance Sale!


COMMENCING


Saturday, April 12, 1902.




Don't Miss It.

For we are going to sell some good goods at greatly reduced


prices.


Muslin Underwear.



I 11^l4*l:-


Moore's PAINTS.


J. H Niver & Son,

FI IIMTI E. iHA..lI\\.AREand,
I NI\ ElST.\KINO;,
Sa.'ir (Ohi S. altll


I Dc


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iruniai-'miututi.tUS WWi. EiSmUW

D You Smoke?
Well. then you like tfie
Cigars. You will find the
tine',t quIilities, and the
largest assortment at the


ing some Jianges in

ill seil at half price

Is Come and see



IE RAY.



-%y (PHOL8TERER AND
SY MANUFACTURER orHIGH GhA
oss and Fiber Mattream r
Stoves. 4
our Old Furniture Made an Gooda am
DAYTONA, FLOa4



rAGON WORKS

M. M. Godwin, Proprietor.

MANUFACTURERS OF...
Fine Wagons
sod Carriages.


thing and Repairing.
4.OsING A SPECIALTT.


hI j, W, WILKliSON & CO.
J. C. PETTEPHER, MANAG9o.
Electrical Contractor

WIRING FOR ELECTRIC LIOITSASPICIALTT

i"Full supply of all kinds of electrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Special Attention to Marine Work.
Seminele BudlMig, Dsytem. Pta.


ila,
ida


' PHo-: G26


Daytona.


Florida.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouilingsii n made to order. All kinds of
Furnitur-- Il'p:iiring ,loneoushort notice
at r.,isouiahilh price*,.


Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
--h


OYS'liRKS
FISH and

CLAMS .


I '14-4-.c'Vet If resh every nloinini--.


0'' t t e falli(,i.4 Roeie
B~ay Oyster 1BA.l'.


E.G. LONG & CO.


'I'hlon' 3..


WE STAKE OI CI 1..1 for s.l,.-ri.
oilrity lupon our lrbrelad.
That it is the most wholesome,. i.lat-
albl, nil cndp rest is attestt.l lty th ii a-
j,,fity of |'v olsh- in this town.
Miny havt- Ilfa*-, exhaustive tests all,
taile-d to find any
1 READ
that equai ltd this. \Vhite' '-rel. i.r
ham britad, whole w\vheiat ;and ryve in, tl.
Fn.n.ch. Vienna and AmeTrinii.
GRAMLING BAKERY.

JOS. OSBORNE,


Sanitary Plumbing &
rl.4141+4...L


NEW BAKERY .
Hiaving purh.i'hseld Mr. Lindlerg''s in-
ter-st iii the bakery business, I have
rini iv.l to th*'...
Harroun Building
in the r- .,ir ,,f tle p ra () I l1ll11 '. h\v re I
%\ ill m-ltilltim thi ( ti Illit.illa turt l of Itre d,
I':*-.. I akes .andl all kinds 4)f Iaker's
g > l,,,, It. an4 w ill furnish Fi' I,,'iv ('mke",
SM. i,,rim,. Kisse, t'. ') orlhr. i)lr
l- taken flor plain a.uldian.y l.('r>ams
;nal i,s. put up in itri-k form if desired.
i hanking nil inv f -irnrr patriis for
their tralt in the pist I hop, t, nmerit a
c tititi ;in i tir .- s;h. ('ill nl *v iue.

Wm. Stiling.

R. 1VI:N.NIN;,
Attorney -at- Law.
D,.l.and. Florida.


%.J-- t~I&. i Will mkrIti,e iin State andl l'e.!..ral course1


17 DAYTONA, FLA.


ber Yard,


-U


Lcok for cur special Iargains in Shirt Waists and


i


d Bow Z arne is ever the at
That thesm I ne sPr-
it s* c seve oat i oa


Mar. A. D., g-, being the 6th day of said
-Bth. qterwise the aid bill w stae
as esaesmed by said defendant wm .
Eno. and theComulatnant will have leave t1
proceed eparte as against him.
It is farther ordered that this order be
ebuse* for four consecutive weeks in the
oma Gazette-News. a newspaper pub-
ed at Daytona in said County and State.
Witness my hand and the eal of maid
Oourt. at the Court House in DeLand VTolu-
sla County. Florida. this and day of April.
A. D. IM
SSA'L D. JOaDU.
/ Clerk Circuit Court
9F, 4-"-W


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BOND & BOND
(INCORPORATED)
--1ANFACTCRERS OF--


CO.,


Roughly and Dressed Pine Cypres

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siding Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 8.3
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.


R. J. Malby, Manager


llFl Cigar.
It's all Florida.


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Al 1Furnlihingx, Notions, te.


REMOVAL!


WE HAVE REMOVED TO OUR NEW STAND IN

THE BUILDING FORMERLY OUT'JFIU BY THE


MASON & WALL CO.


COME IN AND SEE US.


WE ARE STILL SIIJJNG GOODS CHEAP.


Smith & Son, BEAHTNA.


HOTEL MELVIN


(Formerly the Geneva)


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I LIa3trauY


No


P.e Aeeid-t.
Flanagan--Hlvins, man, phwat's the
matter wd yer face?
Hanagan-Faith, 'twas an accident.
The ould woman throwed a plate at
me.
Flanagan-An' d'ye call that an acci-
dent?
Hanagan-Av course! Didn't she hit
phwat shbe aimed at?-Exchange.


The Pole.. Captaim.
The police captain in New York is
the czar of his precinct, and public vir-
tue or vice prevails in his district in
proportion as he is vigilant or lax In
the enforcement of law. A police cap-
tain very quickly acquires a reputation
among the criminal element in the
city. If he Is known to be easy going
or crooked or a condoner of evil. if his
own private life, represented by his
talk, by his lax conduct off duty. shows


m a tema'him to be a man without high prncil-
We are told to lovtme our e e. but pie. the criminal element will tlo-k to
we, -tod to eu rI *' his precinct. On the other hand, the
we ayre mo.Iodtike tem. verytpeople of the rogues' gallery will natu-
ke my enemies. I dislike them very ally avoid the precinct of a vigilant
much. But (this with a baletful glance) and high minded police toptain in the
I love them, and I shall ever be ready and himegh minded police captain in iape
tossame way as the rats will eayper
to show my love to them by trying to into their dark holes when a flood of
get them severely punished that they sunlight is thrown in on them.
my be led to repent of their behavior sunlight Is thrown Int othem.a
mrd -The proper e ate has not been
ward placed, in my Judgment, on the pjsi-
tg otion and office of the precinct omin
dinesh oe pl meanders. None but the best equidq -!
It Is not considered bad form to
praise a dish or to compliment the ar-men morally and otherwise should be
otiste table arrangement, member chosen for this responsible 1p siti n.
always that there is a vast difference I Their salary should be made so large
between scere admiration and fat- 'as to place them above temptation. and
tery that embrasses instead of a strict account of their stewardship
please asm- WooHm should be demanded.-Rev. A. P. Doyle
Com Outlook.
Not Eaded.
Whem P3 es Are lest. "Ah" sighed the would be suicide.
Frogs' leg are sold In Paris daintily "here In where all my troubles (come to
threaded on little willow wandsL Peo- an end And he sprang nto the deep
ple buy them for the home table in And waters of the sprang nto th dp
stead of. as is the practice in this coun- He was mistaken.
try, eating them iuely In restau- For the life preserver hit him in the
rants. They make a mot palatableneck, and he saw a million stars. The
broth fT t"valid and esivalmeota' b,.,.., .o t hi,,, w-it, ,,
vq~p dnkbSd,,d ,neas at-hi with


Witmam's Little Joke.
One Sunday morning Whitman came
out to see me on Prospect hill, in Som-
erville, where I was then living, says
J. T. Trowbridge In The Atlantic. Of
much of that day's talk I have a vivid
recollection, even of its trivialities. He
was not a loud laugher and rarely
made a Joke, but he greatly enjoyed
the pleasantries of others. He enjoy-
ed especially any allusion, serious or
jocular, to his poems.
When at dinner, preparing my dish
of salad, I remarked that I was em-
ployed as his critics would be when
his new edition was out, he queried.I
"Devouring 'Leaves of Grass?' "No."
I said; "cutting up 'Leaves of Grass.' "
which amused him more, I fancy, than I
the cutting up did, which came fater.
As the afternoon waned and be spoke
of leaving us somebody placed a book
before the face of the clock. I said.
"Put 'Leaves of Grab -' there; nobody
can see through that." "Not even the
autbor'? he said, with a whimsical
lifting of the brows.


The Romans Did Not Uea *eep.
The Romans were not acquainted
with the use of regular soap, but they
employed an alkali, with which the
greasy dirt was dissolved out of their
clothes. This alkali, called nitrum, is
referred to by Pliny, but the cheapest
solvent was urine, which was mostly
used. The clothes were put in this,
mixed with water and then stamped
upon with the feet. This process was
performed by old people, while boys
lifted the clothes out of the tubs. The
white garments, after being washed.


t the a prepared by a d were subjected to the vapor of sulphur.
emo the skim. role them in bo evatse from his wastban to hi being stretched on a frame and the sul-
u a th salt, pepper andt be wncrevmse Tromhit h w band t his lhur burned beneath. Peoor people In
wiot a of pask andS clsS collasr bowTen, they haled him In. Rome cleansed their bodies with meal
temt getlye o a e tryingpand ora__f thumped him, doped him, rolled him of lupins, called Ismstum. which, with
grUdle. By Paein t covered abarrel for half an hour andcommon meal, still used in some
that the fro is best l: the a of the htled him to the harbor hospital places for that purpose ed
year, wt en it tos atIItest a d m t de- after which be was arrested fued $10or
eate. However, slag elber ft Land roasted by the judge and kicked lhkling For Them.
batraeblau. re caght in the m alo the corridor toward the door. A Major d'Arlandes, like many another
wbe tby ar said to be more easly bit him as he departed. French soldier, was tired of waiting
Capr -sttmday i ealng "Alas" he sobbed. "it Is more trou for promotion and opportunities to dis-
ble to die than to live!"-San Frauncis- tinguish himself. He seized an oppor-
Theught it W"a Ilamals Day. eo Bulletin. tunlty to enjoy a little excitement and
Mr. Closefit had been out walking. at the same time to remind Louis XVI.
He returned home tired and c s. A rssmeless ommunity. of his baffled ambitions.
"JMut what might have expected." he Some people live in New York; other lile made a balloon ascension, which
whined. "I gave the only 10 cents I exit. It is certain that a maJority f at that time was thought to be a very
bad In my pocket to a beggar, and it our cithens never owned a home. They risky affair. The king promptly re-
started to rain, and I had to walk Rve in rented flats or houses all their proved him for his rashness.
home. Don't ever talk toI me o lves and do not know the meaning of 'Your majesty will pardon me, I
the rewards of Pkd&-rd.e." posseion. Many millionaires dwell hope." said the officer, "but the fact is
"And did you suppose Provdence In hred residences. Their homes are the minister of war has made me so
would postpone a shower of rain." his In other states. hut they must be in many promises in the air that I went
wif asked .muse you gave 10 cents Fifth avenue during the social season, up to look for some of them."
to a beggar? You weren't expecting. and they must keep house. 'hliladel-
much for your money, were you?- phla has been spoken of as a "coin- gud4.
New York Commerial Advertiser. mounity of homes." New York is a coml- The teaching of cookery in the Eng-
maunity of rents. More than half of our lish board schools is sometimes not
Am Artsteerstle Oran. I people don't know what it is to pay appreciated by those who would be
Could plants lay claim to aristocratic taxes Their obligations of citiznllship most benefited by It. The teacher of
poton, as representing an old family, are settled by the landlord, who takes one of these schools recently received
ree might safely claim to be of the everything out in the rent. We are the following letter of protest: "My
most ancient pedigree. It is the earliest becoming a characterless mob.-New Mary Ann is not going to be a servant.
cereal known. O( finally a native of York P'ress. I wants her to be a lady, and the less
India. It has crossed the oevn and she knows of how to cook victuals the
made a home f.-r Itself where beat, Repatee. In.the Clatroon,. better. When I sent my gal to the


and moist soil could toe found. It grows
In all warm portions of the o,,itw and
furnisbhe the principal food .4 nearly
one-third of the human r:ie.


Tr Toste With ToUr- Throat.
The Idea that the s.anse of taste has
any connection w't i wt threat appears
pecullar at first tuottijit. We have been
possessed i. the notion that the
sfnsw of tast, lies in the tongue and
the palate. 1Ie all ,;ak of a fine pal-
te. and many persotisl express astoin-
I-ment that thev (-ca Ienjoy a delicacy
Go well after having had a plate fitted
to their mouths by .a dentist as they
cUld before they paid a visit to that
elevergentleman.
The sense of taste Is not confined to
the tongue and the palate, but is more
widely distributed. You taste also with
the epiglottis, that little valve at the
base of the tongue, and the larynx, to
which the epiglottis acts as an assist-
ant, also takes part in the process.
Concerning the palate, it Is noteworthy
that we taste with the soft part. which
In at the back of the month, but not
with the hard or front palate. That ex-
plites the mystery of the dental plate.
he tonsils do nothing for the sense of
te. aer does the uvula.
t 0 IMr I gotheO lt Om t.
Sbhahibly the worst thing about aIRP
t a widow Is the fact that some-
I hber cupboards and boxes she
118ga laher. -A&,,


A member ofilt' theHarvarjd class or
180I is responsible for the following:
The elueidtlathor of rle' inyterit of
chemistry was then Profe.ssor .Ilo
Cook. a very sdate.'l it, man:11 ai:d never inI
tentionally guilty of ia jrke.
One day Il a ri-vtit.iti'm bhe siaid to a
student. "-Mr. Sl.ack. how do you slack
lime?"
The student. supposqing the pun upon
his name to lte intentional. answered
quick is a flash. tookk it. sir."
Of course the class roared, but in-
stead of enjoying the apt repartee the
professor took It as a ,personal affront
and reported Mr. Sack for a repri-
mand.
Tweth Will O t.
Sunday School Teacher-i was very
sorry to bear. Sandy, that you went
fishing last Sunday. You should ct'r-
talnly set a better example than that.
Now, here's a little boy tturning to
newcomer) who doesn't go fishing on
the Lord's day. Do you, little boy?
Newcomer-No. sir.
Sunday School Teacher Ah. 1
thought as much. One look in that in-
necent face was convincing. And why
don't you go fishing on Sunday. my lit-
tie man?
Newcomer-'Cause there ain't no fish-
ing where l ve.-Boston Courier.
After the Coesultatton.
In describing his early struggles to
a .2 A -* Ia 2 a0*


board schliol. I did not expect she was
going to lte taught undignified things
like that."


Whistliln.
As a method of prolonihng life and
strengthening the human frame against
sickness whistling Is said to be beyond
compare. Development of chest and
neck muscles is one of the special ad-
vantages claimed for the exercise.
Long, deep breathing Is an essential
for a goodl whistler, as it is not per-
missible to draw in the breath except
during the intervals of the sound pro-
duction.
Petalaut Teayseoa.
Tennyson was one of the most for-
tunate of poets, In that he was rarely
criticized adversely, yet Mr. Bram Sto-
ker, who saw him often while his plays
were in course of production at the
Lyceum, said that he used constantly
to complain of "the attacks made on
him." He actually wound up one day
by declaring that he often wished he
had never written a line.


Some Remarkable Bellf.ft
There are naturalists in this day and
age who believe that horsehairs will
turn to living snakes, that toads will
live for thousands of years In the cart .
ty of a rock without food or water.
that the barnacle goose was developed
from the shellfish of that name and
*th thathe bird call ednr is a a ndaesa tf


Moderate Rates.

Scy First Cass.


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stsew... es@ per DWSaoi ~0 ueuWRm4 a"
Heanr? Ahmidt. Proprietor. D"Og$000


BENNETT HOUSE'
ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor.
Thin boupe is new and is situated on North Ridgewood; has all mob .*
veienew. heated with hot air, and all outside rooms, singly or ee* t. Ge
suite with private bath; electric lights now in onue; broad varandabs; e jMl
cellent. Rates reasonable, and everything done for the comfort of gents.
Daytona, FIIA .


THE WHITE HOUSE
Srabreeze Avenue, SEABREEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

J. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. A. C. BARNETT, Managr.


THE PALMETTO
C.O.CHAMBERLIN, PROP.

Now Open

Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated lHot and Cold Bath&
Perfect Cuisine. Everything Strictly First Class. Rates Moderate.
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Bates from $7 to $10 p
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Has a Select Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRE


ytona House

NOW OPEN
er week. Situated on Ora
RODGERS, Proprk-tor.


nge AveseM.


IN CITY PHARIIACY.
NORTu BEACH STREET

SCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES.


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy/Tolilt Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted profeesionally during bvmie
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30) to 4:80 p. m.


Why buy imported cigars. made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium ExTpress l 1Baga .e Line *
and other drugs, when you can have' tihe pun, Florida leaf at a five-ent price? w
flux of 25 -.................. $1.00 1F .AD
Box of 50.............. EE.BY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS. R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,

,t S. W. ROWLEYSANATL, ^.1^.A
i Offlce in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop. Telephone 98.


I NORMAN S. DAYTON, l :Cals Given Prompt Attention.

SI I R E i 1Pilano Moving a Specialty.
LUMBERw -______


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot v


Water Heating. c v


Agent for the Ericsson

Engine North Ridgewood

School (;arden*.


Wore the Bine. S.'ientitic gardening is taught in the
The great \\rit r .tf ii!itary songs nation:il schools of Sweden and In the
w.'- lher kin f,)r i: r:,',,n soininaris t' r the education of nation-
'Anii .u-i say l:1!N ,f your sPone al s.ch.olteachers. There is a school
w',r the it' :" !-he:i 1 r!ro.'::ted as be garden in nearly every rural school dis-
li.:ed at lithe d. or it' :; slian;y. "Wert trict in the kingdom. The garden ils
thely c:nialry t.r i:'.,iry:;" pila'ed near the schoolhouse. and the
-Na.3:her. s.,r." r'-i, ,,hd the proud childretti rtc.ive practiv:l inustructionin
mother. "-They wor ilaiac miu."-Chi their ct.i:it. a ofn o' tlatrs. berries, flow-


cagoe News.
Euslly Granted.
Tonmmy-Ma. can I have two pieces
of pie this noon?
Ma Certainly. Tomwry. Cat the
piece you have in two. Somerville
Journal.
EaterprIsiImr.
"Is your traveling man enterpris-


ers, he I' .;a:!l fruit-. he. management
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A Sidewalk Preeriptleo.
The bu-y doctor was hurrying down
the street whnwi he was stopped by a
man noted f.-r his ability to get "side-
walk" advice.
"I am tlihorou'hly worn out and sick
and tired. What ought I to take?'
*eL- l the nman.


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That we have tli-. finest assKrtment of
groceri, in tin-, eity. l'rice s are right.


D. F. MORRISON


Longe's.Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


Cormeor Dech'Street mmd'leconad Awemue.


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Hot Lunches served at all hours.


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7he Palms
This popular Ihinw-like )oarding
house is bealitt:iully situated on
Taclih ,Str,.t facing the Halifax
River. The, rons are larg a
the table board excellent. The
house, is but three blocks from the
pli-,ttofi'e ani convenient to al
th- huirn h11s and but one mil
from their bewh. Rates reasonable.


.1. McCOLLX.M. Proprietor.

1'Daytona Ice Co.
SW'. WievU., Manager.


PIIDP Ici:


Co mer Frsyth and Cedar Streets


Jadconvglet


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Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
"1hon 1049.
Magnolia .Av' and F. E. C'. Ry. (West of l'ostoffice.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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A St s bey i n8aNd was
ewma4pM attempting to steel an
= a aft* door. In pleading
cul e he he didn't steel the
m,- hwe was eljy Sa1n tane dae It."
9 W9 h ~p the judge informed him
St4do t aid going to do it were all
ea sae and that be would have to
P r a ee ( 10 shUUngs or go to jail
|e hboy. owt having the money was
S allowed to go and get It from a friend.
S I a little while be was seen standing
In the court, and when asked If he had
get the money to pay his fine be an-
'Va. but I was gaen tae dae It. and
ye ald that gae taedae It anddae it
pmre Jist the same. I'm thinking you
and me'll be aboot clear noo."-Pear-

Supe stttem. of Today.
There are villages near the Universi-
S ,ty of Oxford where no notion of med-
leal science has penetrated and where
erurm are the only recognized cure
hr disease. A woman who has lately
M4 lecturing In the neighborhood on
emdaation found that whooping cough
S waf always treated by spider. The
apMer was sewed Into a piece of mus-
On and hung on a curtain rod. and the
death of the spider meant the end of
the cough. Not long ago a child was
e i1ed with the llne.s, and the doctor
F^ ordered "poultices on the chest." When
be returned, he found that the mother
had carefully laid the poultices on the
oak chest which stood by the bedside.
The remedy appeared to her perfectly
natural.
C.aseete., stamps.
The postolce department has a "con-
cadence fund" of its own. Not at all un-
Iaual is It for people to use a poorly
canceled stamp and then to regret
cheating the government out of 2 cents.
In order to secure peace of mind the 2
cent culprit will send a good stamp to
the department with an anonymous ex-
planation. This stamp is turned over
to an official of the files and mails di-
vision, who pastes it on a large card
and draws a couple of pen marks
acres It. The effect would be just as
god If the repentant canceled the
sutamp himself.
"A neighbor ran in with a boIttle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-
rhoes Renedy when my son was suffer-
ing with severe cranps and was given
up as beyond hope by my regular phsi-
eiam, who stands high in his profession.
After administering three does of it my
aon regained concriousnes and lecovered
entirely within twenty-four hours," says
Mrs. Mary Haller. of Mt. Crawford, Va.
This remedy is for nale by all druggists.

A clerk resigns his po ition.and a
laborer quits his job. ...

Bea ty and strtagitb
Are desirable. You are strong and vig'-
ronu, when your'blxo is pure. Many-
may. most-women fail to properly di-
gest their food. and so b wome pale. sal-
low, thin and weak. while the brightness,
fuwHess and beauty of the skin and
complexion delpart. Remedy this un-
pleasant evil, by eating nourishing food
and taking a small dose of Herbine after
each meal to digeswt what you have
eaten. 50 at J. M. Jones.

It is easier to raise corn than the
mortgage on a farm.


Walks WithMt Crutches.
"I was much afflicted with pciatica."
wrrites Ed. C. Nud, lowaville. Sedgwick
Co., Kan., "'going abroad on crutches
and isuering a deal of pain. I was in-
duced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment.
which relieved me. I used three 50ec.
bottles. It is the greatest liniment I
ever usneed; have recommended it to a
number of persons, all express them-
selves as being benefitted by it. I now
walk without crutches, able to perform
a great deal of light labor on the farm."
25c.. 350. and $1.00 at J. M. Jones.

Your life is not worth living unless
you think it so.


What this Boy's

Mother Says

has been said by the mothers of
many other boys and girls, re-
garding the wonderful curative
and strengthening qualities of

MD' Nervine

CASTING. Na.L
."Or little by. Harry, had spasms
far 3 years and we (eared the disease
wcu afect his mind. Though we
doctred cotinually he grew worse and
adr te spasms in one week. Our at-
teation was directed to Dr. Miles'Nerv-
ee asad we began its use. When he
had taken the fourth bottle the spasms
d peaed and he has not had one
fore yea His health now is per.
ec Mis. B. M. TINDALL
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold
by all druggists on guarantee to
benefit or money refunded.
Or. Musa Medical Co., Elkhat, Ind.


Liver Pills
'1hat's what you need; some-
thing to cure your tbilious-
ness and give you a good
diaettion. Aver's Pills are


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general information, sailing schedules. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent. 224 West Buy St.. Jacksonville, Fin.
I'. E. L FEVRE, Manager. E. T. CIIARLTON, F. & 1. A.
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ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express
TO T M F*i .

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
M THE MORi AND WEST.

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
trains.
Ask for Titokts via Sothern Railway. Correspaadeaee Solloltd.

H.L F. CAREY, Fla. Pam. Agt. 108 V. Bay St., JackdmvOlk., FI.


M ILHARDVIX,
General Pmougm Age4,
Vuhhw%3i4 D. C.
Jamuaw IS,1.3900.


The Nastueket Dialect.
A family circle in Nantucket was
once discussing the use of nautical
phrases when the mother said. "Girls.
I never use them."
"Yes,. thee does,. mother."
"Well. watch me and see if I do."
Shortly after she said to one of the
children, 'There, take this and carry it
to Cousin Pharbe and tell her that this
squares the yards with us. and thee
most scud, for it is almost schooltime."
-Boston Christian Register.
Pill the New Pace With Good.
The Improvement to come in any life
from the "turning of a new leaf' Is not
to be based upon the turning of the
leaf so much as upon the constant and
resolute filling of the new page by dint
of unremitting and often strenuous ef-
fort. An evil habit is not changed In a
moment. but is supplanted by the good
which is culLivated into a habit.-Nash-
ville Banner.


Germs-- Dolla.
It takes eighty men to make a Ger-
man doll. Each man makes a small
portion of the doll. but it Is the same
bit all the time. and 1,000 dozen dolls
can be made In a day In some of the
big factories. After the men finish the
body portion of the doll the women'@
Work begins. They paint, dress the
dolls and pack them for the market.
Save The Loved One.
Mrs. Mary A. Viliet, Newcastle, ('olo.,
writes: "- believe Ballard's lhorehound
Syrup is superior to any other cough
medicine and will do all that is claimed
for it. and it is so pleasant to take.
My little girl wants to take it when she
has no need for it." Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup is the great cure for all
plulnimonary ailments. 2;',<.. (5Oc. and
$1.00 at J. M. Jones.

No mind is so deep that it hans no
shallow pla"4s.

ferbISe Cures
Fever and Ague. A dose will usually
stop a chill, a continunneo always cures.
Mrs. Win. M. Stroud. Midlothian. Texas.
May 31, 18!9, writes. We have uved
llerbine in our family for eight years.
and found it the best medhkine we have
ever used. for la grippe. bilious fever and
malaria." 5.Oc. at J. M. Jones.


The biggest kind of a lie may le told
by a smile.
Better thee Pk.
The question has been asked, "In what
way are Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets superior to Dills?" Our


T. H. TAYLOE,
Ai't Gen' Pam. Agmt,
AtIata, Ga.


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The Birth of the Cleada.
Even when warm weather comes
again and other cicadas sing gayly
from their trees the subterranean exile
remains within the ground, daily grow-
nlag larger and stronger until a second
winter has come and g me. Then a
stranger restlessness possesses him.
and, burrowing steadily upward, he at
last emerges from his long retirement
on some warm, moist August morning.
A rough, horny, earth colored creature
he Is, with strong hooked feet and
bulky bdy. Clumsy is lihe also, and,
staggering along, he gropes blindly
about for some perpendicular object,
up which lie laboriously begins to
climb.
Presently a slight quiver shakes his
form, and a little crack opens a-down
his back. It se.ins almost us if his un-
wonted exertions had actually burst
his horny shell as the ga;iing wound
reveals a mass of damp material with-
In. Slowly the split widens, and a
broad nnd massive head euinljped with
two great shining eyes pushes upward
through the opening, and we realize
that the birth of a cicada is taking
place.-Frank Leslie's Monthly.


A Valuable Medicine.
"I have not. the slightest hesitancy in
recommending Chamberlain's Coughi
Remedy to all who an' suffering from
coughs or colds",' says Chas M. 'ramer.
Esq.. a well known watch maker, of
Colombo. Ceylon. "It has bleen some
two years since the' City )Dispens:ury first
called my attention to this valuable
medicine and I have repeatedly ised it
and it has always been beneficial. It
has cured me quickly of all chest colds.
It is especially effective for children and
seldom takes more than one bottle toi
cure then of hoarseness. I have per-
suanded many to try this valuable viedi-
cine, and they are all as well pleased aa
nimyself over the re-sults." For sale by
all druggists.
How She Knew.
A young lady has just finished play.
ing n selection from "Faust."
Old Lady-Ilow nice' I always did
like "Hiome. Sweet Home."
Young Lady (with a start)-"Home,
Sweet Home?"
Old Lady-Yes. Minnie plays It. I
can always tell It when she crosses
her hands.
Has Start.
Ascum-What's that boy of yours do-
ing now ?
Poppers-He's got a job in the bank,
and he's going to be president of that
bank some day.
Ascum-Bright, eh?
Poppers-Well, air, he can sign his
name so nobody on earth can make It


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PLANT SYSTEfI

The Grk Through Car Line from Florida--C< nnections:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
O T and Washingto.W
E ast TeJ The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
es The Southern Ry. via Jesup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via montgomery.
The Southern Rv. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.


TO THE


TO THE


TO THE East


Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelplhia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Btaltiniore.
Via Norfolk and mteamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washiniton.


To Key West and Hlavana, via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova ,cotia, Cape llreton and Prince Edwards Island via Boaton and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steanimship Line for lHalifax, llawkesbury and Charlottentown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will Ie on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida resorts, via tihet Plant System during the season !901, 1902, limited to
return until May 21st. with the lilhral stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addrsmesm of parties in tlhe North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rat's, hl's.leing var re-servations, etc., call on. or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent. 1:t3 W-est Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
W. B. DENH.tAM, Geniral Sulmrintendlnt, II. W. WRENN, Pans.Traffic Man.,
Sln vannahli, ia. Savannah, Ga.


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SEABOARD


Air Line Railway.


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


The' Shortemst Route.


The Best Line..


Double Daily S'rvie',, Ine.luiling Sundays to
SAVANNAH. CO'LUMBIA, C'AMDEN, SOUlTHERN PINES, RICIIMO:
WASHIING'TON, BA.LTIMORE. PHIlILADELPIIIIA and NEW YOI
with THRO HIll PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Operat
Iauily Through Pullman Car Service le.t ween.ac-ksonville and N-w Orlea


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R. E. L. BI'NCI, (;en. Pass. Agent. Portsmouth, Va.
J. M. BARR, First Vice-President and Ge.niera;l Manaiger, Ports uthiil Va.


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iousnew and sick headaches. Nothing secini-d to doi met any good.
One day a friend asked me vlhat tlie trouble \va.-. When I told
him he r-eommended RITPAN-8 Tabll.-s. That vvniiing7l got a
box, and after the second box I began to feel so m)nuch relief that I
kept on with them. I have Ripans Tabul'es always in the- house
now and carry a packag. of then in my pocket

One gives rhlie.r.


At druggists.
The Five-Co'nt packet is enough for an ordinary occasion.
The family bottle, GO ients., contains a
supply for a year.




Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.


No. 2"


No. 4


7:215 ai......... :) p)m
1(0:.." an im......... 11:1 pm.n
4:10 pIn ......... :1:, n1im
7:4. ) pm ........ 7:23, al
1:04) ili......... 1:K) pill
6:40) in ......... 6:57 pmi
12:1 pm .........11:40 lin
7:24 lil......... f':5-)2 aim


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10.:0' ov in Ar (' lii.i. I.v (;1 loVG Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p m..Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas
12:4I4 p........... 2:. ani .1......l.,o)isvill. .....Lv :4:,o Iamu......... 2::3i, pli Leaves Sanforl. 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
4:15 pm......... 7:24; ain .Ar...........('in-iiiin ti............. 11:1.5 pin.........11:41., ua Southbound. sit'llE:l) LE Northhound
............... ....:1. i ............... C i ... .......... 7:4)v :00 pm ......................ad dow n ad up
.... -- ----- -- Leave 3:30 pm....................... IACKSONVI I ............... ............. arrivee 2:00 as
No. 4--Di I' .' l v,..'-- C;rri,.s l'illnic I)r' iiim Buffi tt Sletini Cars, S:43 .pm ................................ I'................................. ,ve M:O p
nJcksonville to St. l.euis ah i i l ,ckow vill. tr ccii with ut 'hijie.* making f430 am ....... a.............. FRANCIS................. ........ : 0) 0
diet 2.1eti t Nashill with sl-.pi r.. f., l.oiisvill. iiel iii mti. 4:) c .............. BER... FS l I L. ... .................. .. 1 i :) 's
( ly stols s at f(illow ing A. V & \Vm. .tt' .ic,) .-: (cncM',irl. I,' .ttr .; 1 Fargo. I .. ........................ .I;I S I [ N ...))................... ":0O n
iThrl gh t oa .h.c e Ij e t e-,n JIa ksminvillve in l MI t. 1.' :4 m.............. ........ Ll' i SI l Ni ......... ......... ....... ..11
No. 2-Day ixpl, ss--Stiops at all A. V. A W\V. lh.-al stanr mi M.k,..s lir.ct cop .Arrive {:: ) am..................SAN V()........................ ... !:3,- am
liectioums for all points West aind Nerthve st., via ,ith i Cor'lilt ;itnl Mac.,on.
.(onne'tions imin le at .cksonvillh' ithi all inrthchild trains oif thli S.-hilarel General Passenger and Ticket office,
Air Iine and Florida East nComst R.Ivs .e IrdGKeralT a.n e a d T lUnIoc,
E. II. BARNES. Gen. Suip't. S. P IiKIETT, E. (; Passn. Agt. 91A AW Rau eA lq'ia nnwilla


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W Through tickets to New York, PhiladelphI&
New Haven, New London, Stbniagtom,
Providence, Fall River, Boaton and

ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steanr
trains every Thurslay, leaving Jacksonville an follows: 1
Via the Sea Islands.........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant System.............................. :15 p.m.
Via Seaboard Air Line.................. 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc., addmrn
A P A 220 West Bay Street,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.
a~@mo~@ @@q@ @ 4m@q~@@


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUISRly


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chicgo and Florida limited" train

and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars


The "Chicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Auguvti'
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with Pullmeaat
finest Observation and Drawingroom sleepers, dining cars. etc., through without
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta a
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, writeAJ

C. E. HARMAN, Ge;n. Pass Agnt, E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agc-
Atlanta, (ia. Jacksonville, Fla,
If. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILLM., BOToN AND PRFOVID0NCL
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound ... ... .. ............ From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound .....................from foot Catherine street, iJaekasvlle


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(DeBary Line)

7:o am......... S:3p Between Jacksonville and Sanford
4::3 am ......... :O1)0pm STOPPING AT PIALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS. IBERESFORD, (DELAnD)
11:.55 pin .........11:2 amn BLE'I SPRING;S and Intermediate I.andings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
M:':1I pm......... 7::-am City of C oVI
": ,,I p pn .........; 3 i Q o Jackson"v1lel
9:30 a ......... 9:30 ) n p IT i
7,:13 1 mv......... 3:47 pm CAPT. A. SHAW,
14:1 pill......... :34' l 9A IS I'POINTFI) TO 1I, AS FO.LLOWS:


ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago


v-Wr Wv. ID j AY LJauit UIIVii .U,

.. C. HA.(ERTY. East'n )Pus. A~.'nt. 1'. M. IRONMONI;EIl .Jit.. i". P. A.,
19I State St.. New York. 204 We.st iBy vSt...lacksonville, FU
TIIOS. D. HALEY. Loe,'al Frt. A.rt. 4'. P. LOVELL. As t. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St...l inksonville. Foot Hol;i St., Jack.souille.
.IN(O. L. HOWARD. Sulpl.rintt,1-ii.lnt,
FT"ot l..ogan St. ..ac'ksonv ille.
THEO. G. EAGER, Wn. P. CLYDE & CO..
,enera-l \ciManarr J l.i,.,-I1 A Lrentl


Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to St. Louis and to Chicago, Chesebrough Buibling, 19 State St., oppositee i.att.ry Park, N'ew York.
leaving Jacksonville daily at 8 p. im., via the famous

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