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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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 26, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Volume ID: VID00433
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Daytona, Florida. April s6. 1902


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SeeC C BARNES

at the NOVELTY STORE
for anything in the following lines: viz


Stationery
Books
Confiectionery
Jewelry
Purses
Fishing Tackle
Baskets
Kodaks
Bike Supplies
Dolls


Newspapers
Musical Goods
Fruit
Clocks
Toilet Article
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Supplies
Window Sliades
Toys


Magazines
Artist's Supplies
Nuts
Watches
Pocket Knives
Games
Glass
School Supplies
Masks
Notions


Lowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Swing nmahines for sale.
for rent, and repaired. All sorts of tools and machinery n'paired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


What You Want...... o.
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A PLEASANT SURPRISE. A JOLLY TRIP TO THE INLET.
L[at Saturday evening about 25 At eight i l.hk in tl. ni rniing of last
friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. l'ettepher I Sturltay., tl. Tolmokin. with the verve


called on them in a body and treated
them to a pleasant surprise. The occa-
sion was the tenth anniversary of the
marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Pettepher. and
^ the party came laden with tinwan,.
They also brought the material for a
dainty repast and this was werved inl
the tin dishes. Entertainment during,
part of the evening was furnished Iby
two phonographs.

To ltb Pmemb lIa GCoeral.
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now
prepared to furnish rough and dressed
lumber at short notice; delivered either
by land or water. Wood and slabs for
sale at all times.
A. A. Bv\XUN .. Proprietor.


"HELLO" OBSOLESCE NT.
Chicago papers are talking about doing
away with the familiar "hello" of the
telephone girl. Daytona's 'phones have
not heard the operator say "hello" iii ni
number of months; instead shte now-
says, on signal. 'Number, please."

Bfak Book 1ost Lost.-I LwanS
If the finder of a bank book. lost in
Daytona. bearing the nanie of "W. A.
Browne, Gn-enville. 0..'" w\ill n-t1urn
same to this office hI' will Iw. lo-itaill
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Mrs. Liza Dean, Mrs.. May Foird,. 1
Hattie Brown and Winstoin Ilean. ,proi
neut colored people left Wednesday
Baltimore. where they will spend 1
summer.

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SOME

DAINTIES. d
We have just n-eivel a large-
stock of goods manufatcturl'td
lby tiel Naittieonal listcuit Co.
They anr- strictly high gi-rade-
and nothing cilln I- found tilo I
equal tlihem. li-en. arir" solmei0
of tiht-in.l


iraihami Water,-
Blrownie Wafers
Fruit 'Caik
Alimond olln hltons
IhButter I inc
Five ('ltc-k Te-a-
OIstwe-ga t 'rackL'r--
Mililette Wafe.r-
Waiter Ili-.-uit


Morrell's lireakfait.l lli.. in. ti
finest that moilhly ,can I

We have the large-st ailI< liliesi
line of cereal foods ill th evity.

We hiave the lairge-t as-ortitlllt
high grade canned gools ini t il
county. The pri-e... of cour-.-
are right


L T, CONRAD & CO.,


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fill.


actcommodnating Capiltain W. II. lHeath
and cre'w. -arrived at the h aoniil docsk.
and caipt ind a parly which wished to
embark for th' inlet., so the calspturei wV.u
not a very hilizani-iois undertaking.
'li le iirty consistedl of F. GIriffith and
wife. of I ,iton.. M1ass.. Mr. and Mrs. Il-
roy,. of ItRssville. Ill.; Mr. Knox, of
Hartford. Conn.; Mr. Drum, of Bartow.
Fla.. Miss L. It. Tupiser. Waverly, Ill.;


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL


WFine quality white duck trousers.! Frank E. Bond, of DeLand, was over
Smith & Son's. Thursday.


W'Only the beat at the Gramling W. W.Carter left Thursday for a week's Sheriff Turner and Judge Stewart were
Bakery. cruise down the river. in Daytona Tuesday.
W. J. Bethel's little son is recovering S. H. Gore went down to Hobe Sound Mbjor PeUett has his horn, on South
from an attack of fever. Sunday, returning Tuesday. Ridgewood, enclosed.


W-Finest line of home-made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
Steamship tickets to New York for sale.
Enquire at Gazette-News' office. -
C. (). Chamnberlin was a visitor to
Georgiana the forepart of the week.
Mrs. Haines, of Kingston. is having a
well put down by Ballough & Melvin.
i'Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
W. II. Peters has purchased one of
the Keech lots, oni Ridgewood near First
avenue.
F. L. Corwin weas in the city Monday
in the inn-rests of the Central of Georgia
Railway.
nt4..lust received at J. A. llendri, ks a
new stock of men's romulih straw hats.
latest shapes.
Mrs. Robeirt L. Klutz, who has been
dangerously ill at her home in Seabreeze.
is slowly improving.
Mrs. Win MlcGriff. who has been visit-
ing with friends in Mianii thehlast iiiithi.
returned home T'uesdaty.
2i Ylrain br ead, the great brain devel
oper and nerve builder. fl.shi eecry day
at tlhe ;ratnimling Ifakery.
.Mrs. MI. E. Gould, of Deband. wt lihas
been \ visiting on the coast for tlihe past
'opiile of weeks. has returned home.


fi.Try a suit of the balbriggan under-
wear Smith & Son sell for $1.00
Mrs. Milow McNeal, of Ormond. was
the guest of Mrs. Watson over Sunday.
IWFine brocaded border linen hand-
kerchiefs 15, 20 and 2.e-- at Smith &
Son's.
George Wray returned Sunday morning
from a business trip to Manatee and
Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perkini started
for their hone at Grand Rapids. M.ici..
Monday.
'If yon want your painting and
paper hanging dorie in a workmian-like
manner consult Kost & winner.
Chas. Kost expects to leave Monday
foa Mandarin. when he htas the contract
for painting the I'atholie Convent.
.1. M. Newton, and C. 1'. tter who
lias been sliending the winter with him.
left Monday afternoii on fo( r Norwich, C 'inn.
l.l'eiAinitaiii ICity iRabbitry has for
sale tine full grown Ielgian lHares at
$2.0NI a pair I.ec. hI. Clark. plrolprietoir.
C. Rt. i liv-r and family % ill ,l., .- t lhir


Marion Eccles, of DeLand. was a Day-
tona visitor Sunday.
J. A. Flood is installing tlh:plumbing
in the Newell house on Ridgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wells left Tuesday
for their home at St. Joseph, Michigan.
J. H. G(ittens is contemplating build-
ing an enlargement to the Halifax House.
J. A. Erickson has closed his harness
shop and shipped his stock back to De-
Land.
W. II. Edniondson is having a new
front and piazza added to his house on
Ridge wood.
Frank Ehret and E. B. Grogan re-
turned Monday from a cruise down the
coast and over to Nassau.
The barbers of Daytona have agreed
to close their shops every evening, except
Saturday. at seven o'clock.
Rev. C. 1. Ilingham has been to
Tampai1i this week attending a meeting
tof the ioa.ncil f the I'resbyterian church.
.1. It. Wetherell. ,of DeLand, was over
attending it conclave of theCommandary
iof Knights Templair Thuirsday afternoon


place onlhe ii wniiisila Moliinli-, auil !,i ;tie ;iansI ,-venini.
for tlhIir nomrthItrnhin. I- at Itahwal N..I. -. N. W.,h.ilii i t a,lkinig (over him
Gili Cairter.i of (li-moiiil. i.- i-rinigi i to i1 i-ans a;it Ilak-. li- has sixty trees in
imark.t tciii'i lf Ohe tills-t c-alol>;agt- to Ic, ) good healthy -ondition, ome of them
fouilnl. So, iie weigh si high a;i 12 _ipoeniils niaring- the liwaring age.


Miss Mlatry 3hikva. Jasper. Flit.; Mrs. J.. ea,.h l i.osr- \ gold huavy chain bracelet
Bradley aund daughter. Mary. fromni tren il'oS .t:I.:-A good Hamlin organti. ii I i. drutoe and rri
Cove Spring ; M iss Bessie Clements, ('all at cottage south of Riverviw ,s.ia an 1, n t n11
Crolvkstin. M irin n.: is Miller Johnstn t-et ,v. a s. A -ieI G-,,t. up ifro Ponce Park last Saturday and resideni.-e. Suitable reward if finder will
l-ketn. inn iMrs. le. Johnston. i e.tvisited overr Sunda with Da:tona leave at Harris' Stuidio.
ville. Ne.w York Mrs. A. Watson. Miss Mr. atid rs. S. i MNselv will leave friends.H Iiir nrisiion. of Glenwood. was
.lailih iand I"r-,i EI.worth. A1iss Ethel Mlonday flr Atlantict City. New .Jrsev. .
Franiiiis. Miss L1. IhIell, Mrs. Fi-nchl, when-r they will conduct a hotel this T tomorrow is the birthday of Rev.- Ira- lire Tuo ll.sd;ia and Wednesday. Mr.
hMisses .Mieunii and Anna iCuack. Clar- sumnii.r harn, and the members of his cougrega- CuIsni'Si is fo)remanl in the mills of the
cne,- Itutl'er. WValtr Frecih. and Miss tion will present him with a very hand- Bmd Lminiler Co. at Gilenwood.
P.-arle Maxon. all of lIOrmond. .1 It. Cole has been appointed post- sOle Oilxf ord Itilble.
.As Wet Iasel through Daytomia about Illaster for Kingston, and it is 'xs-ted aA at th ls ll Flood. tihe plumber, has a
Ash' wetilo pased to .Wt h stbalishd a tou t m-t* oe win blo ok at tit- ne' aa t>ok ad. I -s lt- a in this ee-k's issue, Mr. Flood
nine io'clhk. I.the only nas in it was left that thic oie will h- es tabish-+l i a M.i, ,, i. c,, le Katl alild V. B. iti il t r+at ,lal eif experience in
to nip.ce iK qlii,..t slIumiier~as tahiougkh ik so.k workman.
nothing %was llalmning. wMis lw-cnuse- eKost & wwinier-. the epaintteers l li n rk and i i t first fc* workman.
thechannliinl asl t ftooar toe tihelt .-t side paper halingers. are- artists in their line", I o t iit lie l' Iait 4 t1".hester. Itll. ilorIe 11. Footet is having his shed
of ti- rivr. aind youi ill make- no mistake i1n con-h 'h st oppl. off a oeii i \ isit iveer his range trees on the west end of
.\rit inii iln du t ii. at l tPonce t i ark the sultinir thiemi ti n s l 1i p o t is ilaci tcrn -ot-t n a el removed i iar
rihoth w ;iv. alt nu ;tinl nd 27 in all did justi,.-el .t. Townsle im dlinri' ,lFuller ia.smt tI M >tr 1, th,' Ihm ii-'. \ lit-re ho tlias sorie vervehioice
it helping to lIghteni the lunch baskets. eet tlhn li t dollars each hvy Mayor i iltr s.
wVlt.h id nlt Ipc- to i. a very hard l'rkinson Monday morning for riding E. 1. hlMace and mother and Me-daines Invitaitinis aire out for the wedding of
task. without a light. Le'wis and Hinsey, who have teensiwend Mi'ss II. Mi. RIuger of this place, to Rev.
e. ;i kA tkt i,.v e srtlakev n Sttatiioe I Agent Jibb went down to il th- inter t with ri. Jacks.-i. F. .J. L, ,igdon. of Deand. the ceremony
a ukl.r ie tiee dn't t, frighted' Itkd. 'luesday and brought li starte-l Moiitlay for lr third hlonie i Noew to takeplahi at the residence ofthebride,
thinking yu w ill never go to Poi ne ti lv lil.y They will sieind the sulnmeir (rk. at Silv'er .ea.-h on the tith of May.
I'ark. blit l..t ti.e whisil.r in yeir ear at S.-hinidt's Villa. Y' alia;i nli ;aiil r,.- l.ivtil at ti.- .. l h i' a. ,it Titusville, was up
F ;i-r-ininrg Iatkci'.va -layt (ifngthe-wciheofthp
that tli-maike was tot hard it all to W. II. Allies and daglihter, whio have. l 'llThrIs-day attending theconclave of the
iiaimir.-, as' it at i- from aI collection 1sl nt tlhe \\ilit-er hlt-re- doing iniirsilig. (in- hiiindrlr l d andil f'rty niini.% \%as thti. KiniiLts lTr-iiilair. lie was accompanied
ii.-ar i,. and a;ill..' t"i the treetft, t lhee iX- started tfior their hi llioi. i Veinlrmont last 1iiiiiin .-r that lrctvw thie iwatthi wlitli w'ih 1as it I, lis wife atiln little daughter. TThey
ipirs-piirlpose oithivi'n its picture tlkeiii. Sunday after ii ra*tteil at lthe Artiiorv \Vilnesday even- I .*-i l tll.- gtii.sts oif Captain C. l.. Smith


ill. A ft,-r vi'\ illllg ti" n' ti hth )i.ianiiid a1llIf
it l .i ft e e' iig' t i. hti, ri ajierll ('. E. Siith lia sold his Iprolerty on ing. It iwas beh I by Joh.in Courtney., ,f 1 while ii hi city.
loinilts of inten-st et took our I departure c 1 t i--
itltalif h 1a. I hi .4- iii l i i li I. tli pen- insulate and. with his family, has Ilroo kl L II; l ti. ile ker and Arthur [len-
WVe e\\re ri Ilhi lavor-..l h le haviig h-ift fr i 'alifornia. Mrs. Mitchel aco ti 1rli,- Stallhiiiti lr-. r truliks iir' nitt w.-- married at the home of the
Grittith in the iparI ntv sih- t is tift.cl in Ipllil"el tlihe in for the t tmunilti-r. solI ait Mere-s., lhriil,'Is parent in Jac.ksonville Thursday.
o telling coI'l." steIv i,'.. hi. sh.. did wiith 1i'nderick Corwett. w he wal. visiting ,.st ad pif and Mr ~. an.o, T lll py couple returned te Daytona
cr-leit to herself andiil tl tilhe delli t ,f all 1 ith his uncle. W II. .Jo t s, this nlt er. 'el i, d. l'e visiting lia the, c a.t fi lat l th- ev-irg train and re liv g
lonl leoaiird. "Ti'hi pai'tv I.,inig of a musiaiil died at his hoieni in New York, thie thi d s. Rv. W t sistel in then th I a Bl ck.
turn many l ti.- s.-lei.-ti..IN ,I-. e i.re .iil' Tl. n ini-t. ili heart and hing trouble. ervie-s at th I1 Churchil at S.z.,,-.l ..-z, TIh. Ite.yvn i.s Draml atic Comiiipiany pro-
S .,-t.linig th. la. iiiin -hi t.,l.liihii ils iiii. .,.,tlini,.-s .J il i,. lCiialish lin d l'uit hast tiSui lnt,... r.- n Niglit.. in ai Bar Rooni" at
iirt,-'t.chid I'.liliil~ih 'I'll- i *i f ii thi' ,i..n1 t'e li(i I lV, i i i\ii il the ioltiin- I .h,, l il.' e house Thtrsday evening to h
Il- Iai ali th..-I I tatit u'lt 'e ti-vhi 1 li i ilti la I t -t rW4 P tshat is tr t at i tdailitY ,-liviu.'eis anmil 'Itt h-atI l ie cts.e.Thursday -veniing toe a
Sst ,tt lhile Itt. \\ I-t, t Ilhii. i hi,' ,,ni,,t this seaSOi, hht Tesday l. r ill iit,, t te (ii l Baker lilll h t v, i T
S Its i N.i,.-,, I-..i 111 ani la iiii their liolu.es in Sll ringfll-eld. Mass tteGrail lay an it I litc-ialties were go lod aind kept
n etlirii I E :i gI -lit I -.tiiitlt. t f IcIPeliis'e li. \\ ill tihe anliainl:ice niulisewd. It was a well
in i r I al % l i ii- alt -l *tlr --r ting thi.-n. ltiMaJor and I Mrs.. werc i ite l r i t li.- |niti; ,in-h i. l-'nila r. le--.t iro u- tion. and hat they liw n
',* in.nIi'h shi itlpending the-%hl' ter ihDa ** ;i t l ri-tia t i h h11. ch H \ .nd ++t ., lhrrt, iit, n.and-hali they -be n
Ilisu i ,'a ..itf tia, i k-. 1 i e, t- ll,, tn te ,..i li i t 'et iti sie oilin the. ctiit it ti il e 11 1 "th h' t 1 h -n tt e t n la r e udn
"4 \\ l-h i4 i h l 1V, 'llil-,. \ l ril .27 t1h. IRwv I" .I I si il wi r, t\\%% ,, li h earlier ttwv would
n Ih \ ,,t. i, if Lh lik %% it 1, .h.11d .1. 1 alllt \ tit h ti it-ir so uin l l tal d ilg l ,t r I- re-
hit-. ri. -til, f,,r iiih, t1 tl ,,itiit a.rl plahli 'if t inic- toi Nt-'. liivu'el iia list 'l 'e ill litr.aieh Sil t at'. h,' 27tl ,. :at 1 I hu,\,, hl- gice-,e-,l lty a lr-gt- aud cen -.
Si S. i ;,i, I 7 :o l ii (l th ,.- ,'e.i .:I M l l'i'
.o ilil.a.;i-lii ;it 11 ti II 11e h i' i ill i.i,.dl ill rivi, Null. forn rlvy -f- t his pl ei n i ,.,,,',lia l| lin i ,..I t, t- t.aii-n,. \ .1 IIh'i"t"iili,- ii hi'i e Ilh m moved his barn
Sh, hi' 't r. i...-,. ia seldi.tr in thel n~.liuir aiiinv. has just I t t tw i nt l I',lini.tto avenue and built
I", s > .ill il I'O il rP'.%ir ...| f lhro t h 'lhillbiihinu.' ;1n1l I M 1 1'""""1,' l .n.t *r 11 1 i .ll el..- ait 1a i.ci-w e i P'alnlm etto to the adjoining
Sit,,i sitatltit'it.l :.I Mt 'Iiiltn l-st. >lhio MI,.ert I r.. lot w,'-t t ih s c-itting tiew harn off froni
h it Th. ,, 'thi Liig I..ti c Ii'l hi-h .k .\,ic r I0 expects toi build tei
O W N Ti H EY G O! iatt-- ll t ats i ttd- e-i'i l t and;I t e lit ; ii ii t .% -1Iiuig froeitiig tin hal-
iDOWN THEY GOn. nii.eria. (Oio. Alftier isitimg tihers le ti.ltm n .n... tIt, at,. i'il-. r .liipy when hi sells
S Th I i h, i ll of '*e.ks ht- \ ill l '--- t, N. n lli lta. e li I h i'r ill. Tl w ti Varn hias been
S Tlhi. l.i l '- 1 I i it-hi -i l i iiil <|-i t t' it iit l h-T t'.1 1 4c1n-li ,.,Ii. h i-l 'h sili ht. ne .li--n
th I t t k a i -s t lat k. we'r' lie has a goil po'itili T i tl Itlla t.-
I hl.' I.l l 'll'e It\i \\.,..k ti ie'' th'l lc It ti l-h t -i',l'. -%u1,cI, I h tl I' it % % It ', t-Iktl till t .0

:_ it"i .'Ig.till" L_ 1111, ali'-htIu ; I .%1 1 iIWillIi ;.-I hi- -14 111H lr-.-iL4. ,i -III-imu..iv .t il ti -h,'lt.- t Al i M ml F le' r ei
Sdoi.v.'i l.n.- j[ i ti \ lhis \% it, a d wild 4ll ttj Iplet-i I I rt.- hIm k *>n -1',.-~ MMT "- lmil..\ n\ m n ittd in im marriage at the
ii rr g ii l Chit ;tgr II l* inft ir il 11.i h n-11 F t bril. n lirst avenue last
that [ le will r1turii Po l>;ison next vrar S-t l l *\iii b' lie\ irahm pas-
IRON IN VOLUSIA COUNTY. \\iti l i rl, n li .. .. -,,, f h. ., i ,-hiir.-l, Mr. Edlward.
I -- T .. -, I. h I ',. l \\il i i ; l<' lt, \\ n fei in Ils.y i ,i t' i,' il- \.\ bti l- I n'ISc lm iit, being


F I l ItI- iii r 1 \' n -i. 1 I ,,I I II S II I I i/ ft, ,-
h. Kniisiht,1i f l \ t-ii.ia h.iv in.llItutt-il a ile s l ith \ n .h i a I
I. li ',, ..,-,. ne t,.\,..;tl ..ai, l,' .. I the ii i"lml 'te 'r i. i'ekeii ais thue Scir, ee I+ l-,l-i-c \. 'e ek- l,,(- l- illt \I' i llts hiit l e 11 iitil'r iaitt-
| iron it 1\lneh h.-I t 11t, it l >iitiuiisco .l kto ok the* Mon 1o n ari4. \ol rw .laviy i. las.>t w .--k toit Mi- lr
ti e TV t o a ii. a1te-s It k thc i eirree. hinlt 1 ,1 l I
Ser'l. in ialu m'ft icxhl -lilac l-t ian titleslltiies itafter tik the ,i Mi i dav of Davlto Mr. it icl de- ianim y line-nil-
Sion tih- liln of thi Ih loida l.ast I eteninig after th i gular ,g s d illg In-l,' l s ;' t ti\ in ,lir i ty. unl
I R tail\a\ i tIt l hl--- thian t u llr- of this I c'l tIl y all .ii n 1\\ L'e liii n ; i '
o city i W ll hthuyttiiilli liat pienr>l'litf tl et tt' e i ,h'l itt.\
itY I N I 'Iitt .ileled i hais loll rvcli 0edll (of w d. l, .t ,,
4l r ir. ame hatv 1.,4.1 t,.Io t,.,o)h twO l4ts.(11t1 4ih 1e o iwa I',,l"
S.tiiil,!.-- !ltlie' sati .-< lii\h e lti li Si-lit tIce r h '-t. 11 l \ l ih t ee lit' tenitiilIi -'' SI-IIi tn i hai.-, -,,it.- li. vw
ie-rti. a;irnl init u ialyl i s- \\ ill i. i. n;l>,1 ,l i t ir- lt ae-ndui% %il \' ill ereci' tile i ii t I is lits h -
t ( h it' r' i it tir'tiiilii its vt lihi If it li suiiiit tri iaiu iiilin i ,ldic .1 h i
found hllait in ill \ I y t, 1 trc, t th- orei Christi, il il ,.n-t 11 hlirn.' i.|p >-n.i t,., Tht l;ia i li, 'T ,n 'e. Iok i i i lry
fllr min",iiii ii rpo'r ilw and iM.r Chitt, ii'-n% pl.,' p i ty fir ;t ili<> n t i-,lht riil. ,l\ ii lihe
Siproul' li-titin. inlii-tlrv ill thave spruig up river Moindayv ,eiemit n I lillthe return
on tlh. Lmiiet I l->l' It is prop.--d, if the IarM 'M-i' shirt wai.tt.s at J. lleu. trip the h icstess. MrI HIeath. .-rvd t ,h-
i r'lp rts ti, fliavirat l'e. tIl ship thle plod- lh'lcks' licious li iiht rIf.'t'l 'iic its. after \\ hi,'h
cit Ily ve-- l-. from M ayport. ani d ain-niM- rs H nry Sch-liidt. aitr'oilp tii .lw Iby th tonight ;ir ga tsl till .1 with nn -i. f i
inF iis -. Iil in...- aiiy 1- lcarricd oin in the is lIanor II. liat it ol 'rovide.t-ii.e. th. m y t ille t wi..- i.i allalii- e v ia
ore. Soine ofl the on- liihc i in Mr. ln- R. .. h hits s It a guest lf the- illa. i;tMia.i1' Tl-,.- i,. .. ih it 11.1-l ntl- i
graham'ss ottice has. ti --ni pulverize-d and drove over to lteleand Friiday ,f lait i thl*- ilarty. ..-i '.. fri I ail i'nat
r -adtily adiier to a liors wshite magnet' week an returned Mlit lay M ',k >imlV thti.- l.ilan.-.-i Ir i H.llIv tIIll
Sdeiioiitr tUliing itsl magintic qualilti is. Shnmidt says thie road Letween ier- arilt
STh.- iron is f i it sinlila r chairact.e-r to iLand is in eyclnleit acmalitiit.
thlia founi in Iiult.a \ l hi lihs lls cI-i pro- "|lA iuinhty tirn t, pri'.- ii.\t i.s the intl ,--
nounced the tineit in the world. If itI j turns out to it as valuaiclle it il e- Hlendricks'. itle i;tle, ithe ilt-r, ,,, lllatilin tra'lh. ich
lieved to l the le cst il mining w ill I. Rev. H. W. Little, of Del.adii. and ll-v. -hoes.' -ail W. M. .h Mor, otf More
very smnall. as it lies almost on the snll- '. Arnoll. of Dlaytona. took tout Brothers. to a IGiztztll-.New- r-epr.e--itat-
faitce of theI ground -St. \ligiultin- naturalization papers before Judge yesterday. "The grvat variety we hiave
.e iord. Mimor S. Jo'unes, Tuesday afternoon at to slho\\ in the v.-ry lat-'st styles of shtIoet
t Itt ,t oi'clot'ck., and they are now full hedged is a great ielpl tiwardit ting tihe foot itas
I.S'l' Amnie.ril-antizeins.- lth, If thl'-s.*'gentle- th e e'lstolnrr wants Having only their
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(In.- 4f ti.I mr;inI;ager- olf the- Iaytotnai
N\ \.-l t \\I) .. ThI. -l- tbrildeis also, well
kiil,a\ it li.- -1.- Ih vit I iig foit a nualt -r of
iim th i. i-.hi l thi pO-'it 4ii of (elwrator ait
t i h t [.w.--li n l ie itral.




Poorly?

For two years I suffered ter-
ribly from dyspepsia, with great
depression, and was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man."-John McDonald,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Don't forget that it's
"Ay her's" Sarsaparilla
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
rilla. ,,.,. $ l$abo


It Will Do No


Good to TeH Ypou

That summ-r V is here. it it w

you" good to kow that have a zde
line of smmer dress and shirt waist

goods, Oxford ties and slippers fla

summer suits and straw hats for
andboys. -a a *


Our Sample Lines Made-to-

Measure Suits are Fine


This Season.


Ask to seesampksof the CRAWFORD

and La FRANCE SHOE. a t


Beginning May 1st and

ending October 2nd a

inclusive our store will

dose every Thursday at

12:00 noon. a a


t0oore !3ros.

A SUCCESSFUL IDEA. ',,ieIastonia house close* tonight for
Sthe seasoll.
The orange growers of Florida have 1. i. Wall returned Thursday from the
been watching the result of the large ex- ,l, ,if Pines.
periments with sheds overorange groves
at DeLand. says the Jacksonville Metro-. Miss L. .. 'ross is having erected a
polish. Many have believed that the i bici,%cle shed.
growth under sheds would bet spindling. ...lu Kingston is ting o i
and that should the tree ever bear it ir .u1t the telephone central.
would be fruit of the hot house kind. t th tl on ntral.
light in color and insipid in flavor. It Mims Maud Hill fell from her bicyete '
has been claimed that the insects were Thursday and severely strained her back.
much worse. and that the sheds were ino,
protection. as trees had been killed under The plant of the Daytona Novelty
them by cold, and would not grow in Works is shut down today to make en-
muniluer because of two niuch shade. pairs ill the l.ngile, room.
Time and careful attention has settled
all these itnqiiries, ani it is beleivel tlat The Knights Teimplar put through a
the question as to the success of th, teani of five Thursday night. One of the
sledded orange groves is settled,. candidti(ltis %as from Miami.
Most of the interest has l",ni ienterel i r. and lr. .1 Eiis parte
on the John Ii. Stetson groves around Iy r re the
DeLand, not only because he has miton. rirsdain forr lif,,eri where they witul
acres covered than any half dozen ieopl. ii remai th ,,ir wi, l oringt. Miun.
in Florida, but beaiise of the in tothi Minn.
forms of sheds that he has put upl. i.%.R.I. I- ( 1M1.,-, .-eived a box of
during the past year all of his treated w g-ohiv ( i t ich will be the last
have done well. during the suniliiiir f,,. t his season. All ladies wishing any-
they lput on atigodcl growth. During the thing in ith ,. iy ,i millinery will please
past winter, though tir. wea.lthr was .(;i i|an s..e t li.iii
very sev.eri and many times the ther-
olillleter wenit down into the t \V'tiites,
'ltl trees have not suffered. and inow %%"-
they are covered withi looin. Mlai.\%
that bloomined soniwew weeks sine lia *. s- i*
the fruit well, and every itilieniatti,\i
points to a tine, full croop.A
last sea.sonl his "p-It" gr, ,v, Ior-- vry .
full, and the fruit is a.s i.Nrf. et in color
and ftavor its any ever grow'%I in ill,th
State. At the last State Fair l.-ailtiful
specimens of grape fruit w ere- shownii h to--
the most noted growervls in the Statl.
but none of it was better or tin-lr than _
that now hanging ill the Stetson groves. I
They have tile silk-like appearance that
isso attractive, and whirh brings thi+ kills, not necessarily suddenly,
highest price. The. she-d industry is new. bt SR preys upon the
I but stRE tY. It preys upon the
and it has all to be learned, not only s intelctual powers more than
to tlhe lest foeri'ns otf shedn, but as teo .St we realize. It consumes the
methodsofheating, cultivating and i]fr- vitality faster than nature can
tilization. In working this out Mr. replenish it, and we cannot tell
Stetson has .een a great help to all of just what moment a temporary
the growers in the Stat-. lie has drni,- or complete aberration of the
onstrated that lie cannot only rais.. th mind will result. Headache and
fruit, but c-an take his own time for pain should be promptly re-
shippinig. The difference in the ipric- moved--but properly. Many
between lDecenber and April or May is' pain cures are more harmful
often from $2 to $3 iper bo. whic-h lie' than the pain. Beware. I1
can realize without aiingr tor trouble., you would be safe, take
Mr. Stetson is so much please d ith thel D.
results that lie lihas already arranged toi M ole' Ellll iPi P S
put about thirty acres more under she's resu of neuralgia I lost the
thus un,,i w.hi"As a reultl of eunrlgia I lost the
this -uiiiuninir. which will make about lIM sight of my right eye. and theit I
awres tin his peace under-over. t is pine- have uieedl is incomiBpfeheii be.
apples n shedsare uinag obliged to take opiates almost
apple unde-r ieds are a scessand very tinually. A friend gave w me oo Dr.
profitable. So) extensive have his olpera- Mile' Pain Pills and it p is-
n be i t t hi- lived me. I thenapwrchased a sd
tionp t n ill this matter that h" hais nw my trouble is ge They have
erected his iow ii sawniill to cut the m-a also cured my dazighter of tsevas
trial for lii. sheds. them to otLhe.'-W. J. Co y. Bre-
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Tmrtm GAZETTE41EWS.
S P dih Every Satry.

MW. FITZAELD, PUSI-KR

O fl1S(RIPTION RATES:
per Am.., Skit* In Advance.
g0b Copy Fhive Oats.
ADVEtTIING KATES:
e T I Each Imertion.
10e per Line Each Iaertion.

1Vi0i.,IUkationD i on live topics of
Iweal aterest solicited. Anything per-
Slal//gtopersonal grievences or quarrls
Vw met be published except over the
Sviits's Mgnature, and at our reguIar
-gvggetg rates.

'Iliad at the Pootoffice at Daytona,
F ia as Second Class Matter.

Sogrgday, April 26, 1902.


E LTERS TO DENCRATS.

SWritig to the Democrats of tilhe
Str sf41t Aisembly district, who beld
a jdbnon celebration in New York Wed-
uineay, W. J. Bryan said, in part:
-It is especially appropriate that the
Sbei ple of Jeferson should be studied
this time for they can be applied in
condition. and will furnish a solu-
Vio of every problem that now con-
uiMto g. His principles forbid legisla-
ll designed to enrich the few at the
....We of the many, and. while he
a government that would rn-
Sairt thecitisens as little as possible, he
always favored sufficiei.t protection to
Vwm llt every citizen from every arm up-
for his injury."
Part of a letter from David B. Hill

S*Tb revival of interest at this time in
Jasoaissa principles of Democracy is
V ey encouraging. Now is the time to
peopai, for the next campaign. The
1 iOeorary is united for personal liberty,
-J bohe rute, for equal taxation, for
ti abolition of war taxes in times of
for revenue r-form. for onstitu-
freedom wherever the American
floats, and for liberal laws every-




fi C ltes for office should place
their announcements in the Demo- *
grtic county newspapers. The
kA TONA GAZ-TTEr-.Nws covers
IbM h'ly the largest precinct in
Voalui County, and also circulates
to the other precincts. We will
public political announcements *
fo now till after the primaries
l or $.00 each, cash In advance.
sg.s ss**** ss***********


00 BOB FOR HILL

Congiessman Robert W. Davis of
llorida poke at the Thomas Jefferson
,aniversary dinner given by the Harlemn
Democratic club Thursday night of last
Week.
He responded to the toast "De-
mocrcy in the South.-" Amnong other
tAhbe said:
"Te state of New York must have
ma nMteaadidate for president. And
bea be no other than David B. Hill."
"I say that the solid south is atnd
always has been solid for lDemnocracy,
md that we deserve the nomination for
thevice presidency. I wish to mention
1mt young and earnest denstisrat from
* .uas, Joseph W. Bailey"


SBes is one that is being passed around
Sthe newspapers that is applicable to
towns. There is no reasonable ex-
or a man living in a town if lie
't like it. If you have no word of
tion to say for your town. its
SIstJBo or its people. emigrate. You
WMO't stop the course of events iby going
away, neither will your carping criticism
eat anyfigure if you remain. The church
bdlbwill have the same musical ring:
thedogs will play just as briskly; thle
Ae will bite just as well. and the pure
air and bright sunshine will have thIl
S ame health-giving properties. Speak a
good word for your neighbors if you
erM; if you can't don't everlastingly en-
hage on their faults. If you have tl.-
eome thoroughly disgusted and ct'annot
mse any good in your town. move at'way
go somewhere where things suit tyou."


E ire re a few quet1tionas for the itera-
tlel da illi
Whdide Wiimii T.ll.


PORT ORANGE NEWS. -

Mmrs. L. W. Karn w our hoastes at
lst week's card party and ol chrse we
all enjoyed the lning.
Mr. Haff has had his achooN yacAe
The Brooklyn, diMatled and hauled
out ofthe rivernd putrInt her for
the summer.
Mr. Fowler, of Lake Worth, arrived
last week to make his aunt, Miss Fowler,
of Boee Bay. a visit. He was on be way
to New York. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who have been
visiting Miss Fowler and her sister at
Rose Bay, left last week for their home
in Boston.
M is May Milbu rn spent last week with
friends in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wortley left last
week for their home in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Doctor Du Bois was called away three
time last week, namely to Coronado
Beach, Espanola and DeLand.
Mrs. Bunnell drove down front Holly
Hill last week and called on friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmarth left last week
for their home in Brooklyn. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Temple and two children
started for their home in Frankfort, Ind.,
Monday, and Mrs. White. who came here
last fall a cripple with rheumatism,
could not walk. returned to her Chicago
home this week, apparently quite well.
The yacht Dolphin returned Tuesday
from a cruise down the Indian river.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du Bois and Miss l)u
Bois were the tourists.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bronmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. WI. Grove's signature on
each box. 25c.


FIRST THIS SEASON.

The first meeting of the Thimble Clul,
for this eioson was Iwld at the hoine ofii)
Mrs. J. M. .lontvi yesterday afterlitToon.
After the hladiis had silent an hour s.w-
ilia and talking Mrs. Jones preselt.dl
each (of tien, \with a tiny iasket coli
training fifty dollars (7.) andi ilnlloiinl''l
that they were invited to iau -"tItitioli
ale, saying:
No check, no monie ne edyol youl blug;
A draft mighlit give you cold;
This is only done in fun.
For the buyer night it soll.
After a lively time at thit. aiuctiii
the gathering was Servetl witll i.-liiolis
refreshinentsA, and all voted Mrs. Jlones,
an ideal hlistess.


PALMETTO CLUB.


JT 1rJIE WHO RELJIH PURE, *1
Circuit mofeM r, M3 TvslT
Almeda Eso. 4BmpNIMeat, -T I
Edwa 3. meSE a We SH TO SAY that for
Chislex Parker, Defendants.
It appeMing ,y the afldavit of the Col-
p=aenn the above styled cause, that the
sice other defendnt adward 3. $3.o
Is to the aflant unknown but Is believed to inW obr njui eReyub
.411 Em 3' Du It over the ae o4f 4 la qM of ro- ,n o o-
-twenty-one years, and that there Is no per- "Populhr Log" corn w*~et C k" rye W y.
eMa in thi State the service of process on opa c rn i
,whm vk bl3taed the said defendant.
It Isthereu erdred shat said defen-O
-dent Edwalr d.KEo be and Is hereby re-
uired to appear to the Bill of Comlaint S O M E C O
herein oa or before the Prst Monday in J.
May. A. D. IM9 being the ith day of said
month. otherwise the said bill will be taken
Eno. and the Comoiainant will have leave to
proceed exparte a- against him.
It is further ordered that this order be STATB V I N C
published for four consecutive weeks in the
ytona Gazette-News, a newspaper pub- Wlhen writing please mention this paer.
lslBed at Daytona in said County and State.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Court. at the (Court House in DeLand. Volu-
ala County. Florida. this 2nd day of April.
A. D. 19L.
t. t'ie k Circuit Court. ST O R E
4-5--4w RACKET STORE


AWHISKEY | As I am a some changes in
Mention this paper and nend for
Prie List. Vrite...
Wim'to's. Co., Wiston. N.C. my business I will sell at half price
Lowest Price Whinkey Hiou. .
w m mtyri whikmy_._.... some lines of goods. Come and see.
JOHN It. I'PARKINSON.,
Att4rney-qt-La%.%
oll tionsGiven Prompt Attention. GEORGE V RAY
Otti e with Binghamn & Thompson,
I .aYT)N.A. FI.RIonA.


THE CRUISE OF THE UNDINE.

A jolly little party
Started out to take a ride
With a pilot young and hearty.
In appearance like a "snide.'"
Undine. the name the launch it knew
A staunch and speedy craft
With captain, two composed the crew.
'TA as steady as a raft.
Just nine in all received the -all.
And down the river blied.
A mixed up lot ot short and tall
It cannot he denied.
Two, widowers, and t,wl"s four.
And maidens three wet'e thet e
%\ ho sail-ed t.,r t.c-kle he'- '.htre
W.t) down the inlandd a
We hlopd to have a plleasant l..v
But rain came inistlal.
And niot a glint otf .un,hine t ray
The heavens were like h.icl
But in we went down H.tlitax
A.cr,- the inlet w.de.
I llttoro thet e t .c- ivted lur tracks,
'Till the lai ll w' spied
And diwn it then the iland, hmnie
We pushed our wa v a!,iin
untill we r ltiched the .ill,'vrr.
The place of i tL,, ;' d si d ng
But iuik:l\ tor ut'c t,,unl
I he watel ithre we-rr' itep.
Theretl-rc. we dl 11ii, t g e a44r' .and
nut 'ltusvtlle Its -leep.
Srtie took their o hecel- ;,:":ig V%-I knt w
So. thev could do tht- t .wn


The Palmetto I lub hell their last Adl olthet- sa thet .iiii 1 w.
meeting of this reasionl Thursday after- Whie others wani.red i....
noon in their club ri'tl tliin.. The program Ni xt .hrn i then we, a s!- %
it To iteal h the .I L- ,k s ir
was opened by a duet from lleethoven bHut Lei.'s bike at iv,,tl,: .-,
2nd Sonata charlmingly rendered iY Mrs. \ % without te-i -poke-s .i.re.
Huston and Miss CJark. We found a man ,l 'i Ii, .i
A short business meeting followed tlie T,, whom we aae" stouwi tiat
reading of the minutes. Then Mrs. Esch whvn- hi- tlxcd up the wheel tIp t I,,
Inade a slihort sIl s-h of resignation, iiirer Andd hr%% rwed a dtr! .ti a i li Ai
Anii U. we start a.iili a :.ini
which she placed the gael int Miss ilt lis Fr 1k. ledge h,,e ii,,n,e uito e
Potter's. hands. Miss i'Potter gratefully* Wi thth-unht that t ..'.;.i -.urlr1' I r.
aiceptd tthe office and in tiurn prel.sented Y",. ven v drtean.li t '',,;i p..'I
the other new officers. Miss lTholrp-, But wt wit. p ll.t-e, and m..nl y .t ,
1st vice-president; Mrs. Willianits 2nd For th ui t iheuLt i % i .L u 1 V.,
vice-president; Mrs. Merrill. recording Twas not the r a.il, av-e u' a piai:l
secretary; Mrs. Niver. corresponding But our lrea.kt..t .,n i.it ,j.tv.
A ind one there .s .t h, ia..' ';icar t i i.
secretary; and Mrs. Thompson,. treasureA'. w'tiA h sher oulA, n% .r -Qt,, t
Mrs. Willianis put her little spee-ch" For tear she had ,I I %.t's -,. ba.
into verse. which made it doubly clever. Until we neDaredI the s"Ii i.
Mrs. Ruger presented a beautiful bliunch .t last we nlieaiel the l,,rn ,, ght il.:,
of roses. with ;in appltlroplriate speech. to our .iurniei ri.t li.t i
both the ili-c'Mninig aild out-itoing lrsi- We .iw the K k% i.' t.t, t ,
dents. A l'old and prcttv ,hi"',
the Indan K itvr piua," w a t nar
Mrs. Shaw read tihe address of the iur landing at the ,ual.
president of the State Federation. % hi. i- We t.,-k o.ur 'ticA E. an I aUt !'.i
was full of suggestions for club work. Just hiked lid I K.. 1 aw.t
Miss Newall sang two delightful _ilig Journeyed a-. ,tar '<''A p, l -
-one a little gent iin French. Al ,ng the r nrirci fi,.ii
Tlhe first stlp 'wtas taken towalliid s .- K',d.iked the t,,"n % 'ITI.- '!, i.Lce
tablishing an Educationial l lepitiLit 1iet n 1 -tinm .. w vt' te v i. t
IKeturt ing UIIt llen .ild s.utuwaiL I uc i
iu the clul. The rest of the afterniloofl Al,,nt the ntl ...., w.L
was spent in a soi-ial chatil over ups, of '1.n tile path .,,;r ti.w- -,'e
tea. then au re ,oir wa;s ;aid li ilil th,. .- k .ts l',PA.k. r- i, a
first Tliursdliv it lhi'-mil.r te t
-'l"p., ur hIom'r4 e. I I1
V'i ing with.iutl ..his hia lii,2 4,'.,__
TABLL ofM e TIDES. R,, Kltili. it ta.k,- ,'!, flun
f, ,I Our tra1. h,.t 1.I r nrot t0.ir',l
lWe't-k t'illingi April :27. l.<2.2. Again tl ri -k thit' .-'l
But louniild tr lt'.,.i % h I, iiu t:,, t Ir 1
H14H TIDE. Alid rl. ,: i-l .I -11, ', .


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Of what did Charles lDudl.-v Warinir f i v... ..* I t t i, i .., ,
What made Ridr Hlagari ,
W ho did David Swving" I'."" I ......... 2's i i,- ',11 0.t" 44. .1
W here did John Stra igi,' Vlintel V 'i -,lit .. ...... .. :2i' t 12 -Iti,' t -," ". I. .!l t, *... .,
What made Hawle-yv Smart tt I A
What did Caroline Haizzard i r'd;y ...... 1 i I ; L .,t ,.1, ;..t. I,
W hose ears did W i liani i.er,'e a turd y .... ..... ; ;, i,: l,, tt .: I V,'
What did Charles Read ? ,,: K it. 1.44 w ,.1 .t
What made Ladyv Jaitllr -reGy Getll Even. vTue liauth\ u ih ail he lila'.. u,
Whoe fire did Janies K. Polk? In the crowd that tilled a Mulberry Alai w.lita w t.,
Who did E! isha Kent Kanet' street auctinil rot What did JE.in Coo Kn Kn who watched thle sale with interest and Th, '',. t ,
W t did Jans Cook enjoyed the ladinaige for which the
What was 'hark-les Worth auctioneer is noitied. (One of the Ital- Tl'. c a -i:,. ,
What did John Killpatrick ? plans bid on s inome ho-usehold arti-le, A' tain i .t -: What did Marh Hoe?" and it was instaiitly .cepted. Tt .'tIt ", : ': ,
When did Julius Ceasar "Whalt's the iiin'e:-" asked Iht atic- s,,.' L''-hriii, \ ',, '
Where did Cabot Lodge' tioneer as he openlit'ed the saleshook. I ,..A..,a, il th. ..r cii
Who did Leigh Hunt'? "Pictro Ilionuzella." ans'weretd the 'i .e ;.uli,'\ .i -..\ '. .. :
Why was Lawrence Stern ? buyer. 'i' ..l- t l 1 .,'- o .p.
What did Henry M. Teller? "Oh, that's too uch IIl put di\nw
'Peanuts. 50 cents.' You're (i.' sil A Id ilt re sh ..t ., ... ,
What did John Steal? the auctioneer as he rattled off the next l:ttlc .taL to -'tcl
Why did Henry Guy Carlton article. The other Italian bid enough \\ p lh y wi. htr nnI n "a
What is it Peter Sells? to secure the article, and his name was At IFI t IeIJ t nll a .. ,p
Srequested. Tou s t :h at we e d -.
"P the party who liftede Osborn's trlcka O'Sullivana." quickly an- we hiiwb- cd up unto tue 1.,ji
S thepsartywho lifted Osborn's were the Italian. Anj 1th'a we CAI the IA
ider from te Gaaette-News office Fri- Well," mused the auctioneer, "that's
47 night leturns the same he will save a good old name for a dago. Come, Actin ,e went aboard .u' I.
the Manhal a trip. That's not yours, though." T 4 engine began ., q4.v :


We reached Daytona safe and sound
A happy company.
For we had safely made the round
As planned in days just three.
With thanks unto the cahtain
And to the 'snide" aswill
%We bid adit-u to U'ndi-ne.
No more I have to tell. 1

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OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Bates: *2 andI Upward; Special to
IRegular Boarders.
E.W SMniINA. rLOlUDt.


Bihgham & Maley,


A School For Dels-.-tt.e't.
In Paris aspiranits f r" a
detective force ire t:.; i furniture an
school. where day :'i I ''. ,,
put ,hro::b :at. .< *.,, undertaking,
they l -. :l,. pl' :; .. 1 '
p)oi lit tli s the dtl The, sldelts 11irst arell I..,i i. :'' saints and ils.
use of their *'s andu L'-ir Ih:lii.ls. ( iv
of the" lhe soiis '.ion i pupiil In a brilliantly liiih 'd io'r. n f,'.I
of furniture arid ornaiieits. T'lieni ,' New line of W aste
is taken to another ritoui and rv'.ii! ,ed|
to make a sketch of the roii just I
has left. indicating ithe posinii, of aI Baskets and Hampers.
the olljects Iit it. lie is iA:l,'i,'l It ; .
at a fate for a militite idil lt ii r r
the eye". t.ie telIntrl 'llr. *. Indurated W after
lafirv iard Is requin'dl to il-k 0t-l n
lhlioo, r; h of the f:iral I 'O:Ie t iIi', ool
ettrai a h lilidred ul ho-. Coolers.
In edutcatinlig the haiill lhle s.t:udI',! -
placed ill a dark ro m in i l ,. 41,hi a:1 N'
inatiy *ttrious a;d ditilsial **!*r-' A l Refrigeratorss.
Teshe feels over and il: Refrigerator
descrilitioni of tleln. le lilin ist rl'li 'i'
her e\enl the slightest dctai;s. i- lt isi INDEPENDENT
is to hlt hin h:iitdle gtns iill hi' n !:. i .
auid thlie tell Vih: t thily liv a i'. \ltilh iI
fdi l t'ii lr i-, Iru i~'les or %1I lit l., i. I all i .
I f o course. ull extCV is,, 1'-r 1 it iore iJ
va riced lupils.


Pla.m In Inisall. ents.
In nearly all the lhir-e itis of ;Sp.'(
I tli eheri rr iel lxk, 1tk is f,,r sei 'ar:a"
acts t at i''iay. Tlie Ito l.i % ;i-'. ia i rii.-. I
of lh 1 I' ,ulatr \.trii \. i0le i fn illy ill
t.ersp fire. illn s ort. a lt4il \ i ',r. \y 1ir
tlil w ilet. w illih slt inlsr tihl-'ad ol' 1, ,'
rl niiiii ; tlhrouh1 ih'i.0. Tb' ey V IL,. ,
early ;iad niil lnie. :-indl ];i"re iniulil-,i


lit '1 ': six. 4. '1 hx;il,' nilleh ify l'. 1 is I 1- I:
of perforin* erti :re S4 e-.!>' eI S 1 ai4
ely cheap'. itatill few I |of,' it"lde \%,4oil 4'1 caI '
Io Sit oUl tle W lil.w 1 I I errl'orii;lll' .
T'le lresult is Iiait c It i is. oI -s il. f.,r ;i
tli ll sI. ii tl li i kt tti te lil' li i ; lt h -
pll'clhi i .l ti%. 4 or six. le X. Tl oliw.elllelie is hlil
wvlit l i curtain coite1 s d \\ liif i r if
It nt ia lIr';ve pI rli, n ,I of ihl ;-Iii, i dIie .
lea\t es lI e h tllw :tit I hou se la a-. iluiIii -i-
atili t hak e l i r ew lieell \\:vliliii 11 llO e elid o4 f Ilhw :i,.
w ill I;i\e I ikt'ell li ,lts fll* ltie lI .\
l-]\. ill ;radlii o[ rr ;i i anld l.s.sic ih ii
lilh ils:i %1 i,- 4 i. l 1i i ii i ll No iuie VIf Iik:
Sp.a 1iill i- 4 h aifel's.


One (' old %a>ned.
I.ogi' is lo gic. Vlilh r it loull'les i i lhe
affairs iof fi.i lons or a col iI t lie l'aidl
The'lie to i'tioli. sas -lTi l lits, w as lot'
el i|'olli a l.iltrpouol woman \\! h...e
ctlachliiali. a pltllou; .h lite iadi Ie il il li'l
Se ,Ceral d i-"1, "pi--:irfol 011 I0.11"i iiOn
Nw iIl lill. : hliir clst' ly l r ittet'd.

"\\ lial er lo", s.-ssed \,d 11 to loH1t a \, .;
h .-ir i li \\ hl itt Ii lt i. s ii.li ,,
"'\\ .. ullllll." rr |*' l i Ill ll. .,l '! i l
pit .1 hi u 1o ,'1 1 .! 4 1 5.-t
\\h '0 ill \\ ll)il % r .I. 1 i '4 l, '
il i a 1 ,1 i \ It I it IiI ., ,t i ,'! ;i ,"

-'h l tlli:li g \\ t'. l l 't .ii I I.,ls t t i'
fo il I 1. it









.l it\ I* thn. ;- tl ilt .d t ; i lt :h I I r
pl-d Ml a ZZilii., "'al.I thi .:11 Di" ok '
ed t (o e l sf troi j in I .1 A 1 1,i l 1,.l -
dnsth i.d w he ..nilt ] r I, 0it :,I

Li < 'V i01" 1 a1.li, ; 1 ii rI. li' v\." re


feel -- i I t,,n of id h s i%1 i reaIiiess
it:id li. si,.ry. a, nd then fr th tU'r-t
tjlLie hhe i s a n rleil."


Citation of Administration.


I. l 1 I ,.
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'a- ~t ltt'Latt.l


H. V. BRACEY IO.NtLTURER OF HIGH GRAD
1.4 Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Dealer in Se4Orontl Hland Furniture anll Stoves.
Yolir Old Furniture Made as Good as New.
Beach St. and ltedleview Ave. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


S'he Northern ), W WILKINSON & CO,

EAT MARKET C I'. ETTEPHER, MANAGE
Electrical Contrac

& !VIH G WlI.; N FOltIEL;CTRICLIGHTSAS'PEf'
ilk,


,itt J. L. Odum, Prop.ritor.
T hll. tine.I .I i irk .-t .o; tij1 Iil l .l:ick.sinvillHe.


Sfill]sttk t iiktI f l't-.j li li


Tmoc.M As C. A. BIRCHWOOD,

Anvonesendoin a sketch land deMGTlptkon may I I
qil'kly k aserliii t ur t o|t stln free whether anl
iriV.riili'n is pr-,'hR lv t atlenltyle. ('"itimuntlre.
it i t rily I.n liitiii 1dentl land boxkon PatentA
l"Prt.'iI'.,, ''r~t fir Musn'urr (iuin rele Northern and Western
It t a ,lui, It wilh.)ut charge. In the
Sc i fic J aU MEATS
A hannil.rnelv ilhliutrated weekly. I.irnmet 'ir-.
i.u'ilir al .f 0i 13 n.nlitic i j.ournal. Termru $3 a
vir; f.ur nr Inthsi o. d by all new dealers.
MUNN & Co.ae,1-W,-. New Yort oultry...etc.
Brai 'i Oito. 2S I" St.. a WahilDtun.. D. C.
i',; ';,l ,\ I.. .il d1 it i, t 1 '


HAMMOCKS


Daytona.


Florida. 11


f-r;'l"ull supply of all kinds of electrical
:ilpliiaiices aind siuppllies always on hand.


Special Attention to Marine Work.

Seminole Building. Daytona, Fts.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

DI)rs aniidi Window Sre-ens. Picture
M\lltilfing ini:.. li i. lrd r. All kinds of
1-"irniturI{.- HK.er i'i!!,L ,hqiiieriiishort notice


I t,)ttsige Avenus.. lAt'TONA. FLEA.


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Moore's PAINTS.


J. Hi Ni'er &Son,


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Do You Smoke? |

., 'i*> \" ill tiin,! thll,

t' r' ~ .. :Htiie i Tli

City Ho tel.
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GRAMLING BAIIKRY.

JOS. OSBORNE.


Sanitary Plumbing &

Gasfitting,


I P,, Land,. FIh ridlu.
S ; 1::, iT ** i n St, i ,t ll Flederal Courts


S. H. GOVE,
Architect, Builder
and Contractor. 4
l ,'. ,':i ll. i' llti *.. t 'l i 'i lgl l .l r-4 yi,.r f
I;ld!.,l',\ ... 1 l.i, I V .l.l!,ium ii venuill.s.
'Phone 89. DAYTONA. FLA


JAMES A. FLOOD
l'I \ "i'l' [

Licensed Plumber

I,, .:'i,!';\ 1 N..'\ York (!to

Very Best Experience

,II ;. : Is- ,'

Sanitary Plumbing
1 H ,l a I ir.. .
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Estimates Cheerfully
Furnished.


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HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
.1. MI. Godw in, Proprietor.


Mlu% 1-FAfTCitERS OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carriplages.


General Blacksmithing and Repairing.

SCIENTIrFC HORS&ESHOILING A SPLCIALTT.
Shop nt-ar Bond & Bond Lbiitir Yard, 17 DAYTONA, FLA.


R:R.



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HEADACHE


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150 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE




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51" rs.E .


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MALUTW CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, 1902.

now. I -'-- L1THSOUM -1 7EAD UP.
Sin.ISI3AM LIpl8 'N*a. 73.. 32
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BRAJTCH LINIES SCHEDULES.
PALAT.................... AD AT PALATKA.



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SAN MATNO BRANCH.


Da ySTATIONS, e.46No
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SANFORD B~RANCG RAIE CITY BRANCH.
Oi 'No.A12 he 3 bN..12 ii
sbUy I Dialy hail) hal a Ii
Tirai6w~ ,- A r 1 p 3-051. 10jo .O a i a ~ ~
t3.4Lv ~ Mimsa. .~ 1 07p I S 4311121 a l,% Lakel"Iei-.la 1 -t
wi~e, n .. Lv II t i t03 jl. s Iv(I!'atiff,4 u'v IA 11 ~i
S~aL Nuterpr.-e JvalS 5 14a rhgCit% le La 24v
gbas: r Saiford h'l IO PI 4&Ar11


Theme Time Tahles sh,,w the times at which trained matv 1-. x.p.,.., ,a.,: ,,,.ii ,Io
1m the veral' .tat a:. : hut their arrival 'Ir ,l-parturo at tie. n,. -'* t ,I ,' .r tit','
does the <'oma -iyal" h..,t ltelf redpotsible for may du!ay a .a -, !i.i,.ie atll

FtMusar and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mian
BETWE N MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


SOUTHBOUWnD.


NORTHuIoU N).


lma, Mon. lAei ......... 00 p I.v. HTavan. TT. l -
ey West, Tue- Thir U p Ar K-.v %\t%.c.. I.- I -
KeyWest. Te Thur. ..... 7 3011 Iv K,.y '.- I ,.
,Hava. iAB'.W.l.. Fri- t5i la ,Ar .41anal 44..i I .-
Fbrcopy ,,f L.-al Tizu.e Carl addres.- any Agent
. D. RARNER, Ast. Gen. Pias. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE,


Wb He Wept.
The extensive authority of parents
moder the Chinese laws li well known.
A Chinaman of forty years, whose
aged mother flogged him every day.
sed tears in the company of one of
his friends.
"Why do you weep?'" he was asked.
"Alas, things are not as they used to
be!" answered the devoted sun. "Tihe
poor woman's arms grow fte,!er ev-
ery day!"-Sporting Times.

Didn't Work.
Pinrst Suburbanite-I bear that neigh-
bar of yours adopted that hired girl ,of
his 1 s as to get her to stay with the
family.
Second Suburbanite-Yes, and nIw
bhe adopted daughter wants to stay iin
the parlor and play the piano all dil.
and let her mother do the louse'v ork.
-Judge.
Anticipation.
"Doesn't It make you the least hit en-
TWOs to see what elegant furuituire
Mrs. Eyefly Is putting into her bousti
eut door?"'
"Not a biL My husband says it will
be sold by the sheriff within six mnontuli
--nd I'll tie there to buy."-Chicag-i
Tribune.


mn Me-an eof Support.
Magistrate-What is your vocation-
I ean what do you do for a livin;! P
"Ah. yessir. yessir; I understands yt'r
NMW. sir. What I does for a living' is.
Iy wife takes in washin'."- Baltimore
Jewbish Comumeut.
something in Commou.
VMtor (in museum)-Why don't yuu
oIta giraffe?
Manaaer-Can't afford it. They come
SMigkh.-Town and Country.


JT7 ('banahmerlain. s..tionawiiitiA LI-T
Tabbt& ..to-thebepl~ipic. lor .t','ai,%:I
anl druggists.


Don't use steel knives for
fA. oysters, sweetbreads or
Tiateel blackens and gives
WaIsmat aTvor.


cutting
brains.
an un-


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Artimt and PIowMan.
Artists 1have m:Iny anwnsinz an'] amain
Unplegasant 4'!ptrie'ties when itreFpnsis-
Inlg In purqu-,t of suiujcrts tfor ttelir art.
When Sir. lloulghtit ,11(-rve ;:Iw 11,1
plowing Ini a talii4. he cliniiiitl the dl-
riding wall anjd heza a to s kett'h him.
This waq too imuch for the lin-ohuitarN
Model. wiho str4414.' u to the art :-t :,:,.]
said, "Do yo~u knnow %-,ha.t I (I:,1 ~l ')'
with you?" *"I 1Ii1i.et the s~jht.'-.t"
Idea,"' Mr. flouclatoi ai.-%xvred, with a
Sminlie.
We."the burly lii-xii.in E I
could (bchuc-you lito theri. .2
better not do th:-I.'' Mr. Rm u Ttw'i z
ttirtq'd. -W.hy iiut g, i~i k!, t v iii
pilow~. antil *1Evlji whtlt- fIr 3oieiit) h;. I
To MSr. Routcliton*.,`Qlliurr-.. ~ot I uaii
obeyed and balf au hour iati'r was duly
sUWinonel 41to inlspt4't lit,' ilisi~hed I);(-
ture. -"how imuchh till ti g %e(Pit
for that?"'' le a:i-kl 411.ztor ii*;ilwal
f~li"'lith! artist iv.rd '\!.




When Cu4rateq 'Were Ilanfed.
When ouilg 44.)Ieal~ ht iiIil n: V o-ill.'
('Oti-ait ill tso finu*r*n-i tvr!tAli'Y 4.*!





centi hutvthe fia j.V:ul''i'i.
111:11-1-vthv iii ie'All ..l i i i.\''
cle I N L .'ft It t.' j ''l 11 ."I. 'i
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ally


W'her'e the ( iIsor Linet.I: ioi4.

eigrio is thelic kit I N !t.. It, 1
No.4


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that I u a;s l(. ol ',il' ,:' C" ; .i -
a w ; "y a tn : .y ?-f t ih t'r l 'i,. ,.r~h i i I -
IliO ih< I0l

you ar>' 1.i. ,, I 1 i.-


Vem l K What Vo Are Take pl!it.
W ohyomuSke Grove'a Tastels'.-. (hull "H un,! i 1
e b B tlhe formula i.- plainly pers. Th l.r, : .- .
Pd on every biottie showing tit t 11 in any t lu.ahtn "r t t* ti
Pt iron and quinint, iu t.-t'l ,
OV t'urf. No Piay. '..
S the Di LiThe Best Prescription tor Mdlaria
'^ W the DIReremee Lies. <- ln l t, I ,l i. :, ,: ; ...U..
M-*K Ulief the difference between T -rKi.r-l ai 11. i T,, I" '- : .'
-.^*tkfy and courtship?" he asked Ir1,n ain, 4in:n; -"
'I ilt know." t.he replied. ___
_ Pftiw.gPahY,." be explained. "tliei


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Slle Jr : 1l1racist ly.


% T Perfumery and Toilet Articles. '
T* l 'l I 'lF- I \1: I I) 1,11 I AILS V 1-2'' clients. a ottle.-
* Beach Street., hP DAYTONA, FLORI D A
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BOND & BOND



Rough and Dressed Pine

Lumber. Lath, Shingl

Flooring, Siding, Ceilin
llrii.k. Lime and Cement in Stock.
'i'hone 8.3
(sit.cs alnd \'rds: Ua-.t Coast Railway And Oran
R J. Malby


"SAN M TE"1s The Nation's
'SAN aBestlCigar.
It's all Florida.
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viw In f~y bde a
~Imodi- asbe t,
awl i.,mon mI .
-owe, eWhbmNo


mum mu them q
in toim &USIb uiab


AL~L.MODERN C@NVNCIancis. CgieSn MS *
statue. Sq." per no" Saoper woes mmod Vwum
Henry Schmidt. Proprietor. Daytomw. il


T- HE -lE HO'S


Seabreese Avenue, 8EABREEZE, FLA.'

Renovated and Newly Furnished.


J. L. HOWARD. Proprietor.


A. C. BARNETT, Maaingr.


s DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MClellaa 4 Edwalrds., Mand*me.

Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Insid
SWork an7df V T 7 oloniall'olumnn, PorbColumh1ant
Work and Wood YardP. ulleys Made to Order. 'Phbo70.
4-1Up DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITV PHAIRIACV.


CO., NORTH BEACH STREET
Hias ta Sile't Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,

Cypress, COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.

es, Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.

g.
DR. .1. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during boow
mi-e Avenue hours; office hours Sundays, :00 to 10:30 a. in.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.


'Trowell's Express_ Baggage Line P


IN% JC .
y. Manager


Ol.. v in the iUp-to-Date Barber Shop.


Telephom 93


1 V61 LI ItS afiff*illn
o-cent


". -K'-' -k


1:1: B'~ '4 &IL '10 A~a~V ADl)RF~.5.


S. W. ROWLEY, ^.]^.IA.


I A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad iivcr. Aycr's Pills are
liver p k,. They cure coP-
st:pation, :'usness, dys-
p s 'adache.
1 : *. :sts.


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-7 rl A beautiful
BUCKIH f3YE orthe
-. '.M. '

Losley Q
Titus 4 4


POOLs ,v ,,

and BILLIARD

ROOMS. ,t ,


All Calls Given Prompt Attention:


Piano Moving a Specialty.

........Oeo...........@O@@@ ... ..------


It is a Fact


D. F. MORRISON


Longe's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


Corner D~eacU Street and Second Avenue.5


Spencer B. Green


D)aytona Ice Co.
S \' \\ : \ i ,. :


PURE ICE


S :,. I "


Volus..ia Avenue and Railroad.




First Class Work
4 ,'\ I II.

Daytona Steam

: LAUNDRY q

*Phone o



NEW BAKERY .



Harroun Building
..1 :


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot .

Water Heating. -v


Agent for the


Engine.


Ericsson


North Ridgt wood


NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
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.

.M t miia \ ',.. an l I" E I ts H\ ,. i rl ,,.t,,t,. -
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.



HOTEL MELVIN



Centrally cated. M. EATON,

Moderate Rates.


C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY


Nu th \\l.n ;


FreshaCra, lr quart .. r reish ., ,

'n ulllpt I l ive-rv t, .Aii I'P llt ,, il, h \ ; l' \ | ,.( 1


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F. TROWELL, Proprietor.


)P-d %% it 11 (IDimn


ill t he vit.v. Prices are right.


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t ilsh av may eam tioa oar mora
g we m nagm thm term. but la a
m t would certainly seem
Sbt thq have. In the moeal mense
S lhm te mMft itoheanswer. To
t W O wnB Iaw instance, the ant
** v evolved a mat complcat-
egstem which apparently
t perfetton, and that is more
Sh be sai ld for any human sys-
cl eanlness. care of off-
SBIi for future wants and
d. lMary diselpline no civillzed society
Sa c.pare with thera They are
S aehodr It s true. but they treat
thei~ sTes with every kindness and
.. e.a-ltm, and the warrior ants de-
S ead thet In time of danger.
Amether excellent example is fur-
aid" jby the bearer. During summer
S t lma- a solitary life, but at the ap-
e ach of winter communities are
Sibuilding operations commence,
g gwes are laid up as soon as the dwell-
S ar ceOmpleted. and every Individual
-t the community recognizes clearly
_pat the interests of the family and
Sfafcot" come frs t In their family
Mle they, l common with many other
S anlals, offer an example which might
weoB e copied not only by savages, but
a by civllized communities.

S eeber's Opes Hand.
An old member of Plymouth church.
Who knew Henry Ward Beecher and
family tells a story about tlhe
great preacher. "No one ever knew
what he did with the vast sums of
money hbe earned as a lecturer." lie
said. "He used to give money away
with both bands, and lihe was as likely
to give a street beggar a twenty dollar
bill as a dollar: blut his salary from
Plymouth church went direct to Mrs.
Beecher Intact. lie never drew any
nmoey from the church until the end
of the year. Then he received a check
for $20,000, his full year's salary, and
headed It to his wife. When he died.
I. be did not leave much of an estate, al-
hthaog be had earned millions of dol-
S s ln his life, but Mrs. Beecher had
S always received her $20.000 a year. and
ahe lived In comfort and even luxury
hi Breoklyn till she died. lie was a
mt ma was Henry Ward Beecher."


"A neighbor ran in with a lottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-
rhoes Remedy when my son was suffer-
Sing with svere eranimp and was given
up as beyond hope Ity mny regular pjlsi-
cian, who stands high in his lprofess.ion.
After administering theme dowss of it ImI
Son regained con.iiousnet us and irvover-l
entirely within twenty-four h rouia." says
Ms. Miary Haller. of Mt. Crawford, a.
This remedy is for male by all druggix.ti...

^ There is a great deal of gold-bri'ck
S ame in the campaign end of politics.

.mty and Stre.ugt
Are desirable. Ytmu are strong and vigtlo-
rous, when your blood i-s purn.. Mamn.-
may, motit-wonen fail to p rolerly di-1
gest their food. and st ,beoii,, mlull. sail-
low,thin anid weak. w hik- t eitlarighltt ines. I
freshie~ and L'aiuty %if thie skit an lI n
complexion depart. Itemrldy tlvii. uin-
plSanntevil. I*V ea.tinl nionirishling fii i ii
and taking a small d.t1. (it lvi.rlai*, alter i
each meal to di -'^t \hl;,t <>,,i hlavh .
eaten. 50". at .I. M .lon.-

Fool friends ruin In I IIWI'II t h.i -\\ o111ii
enemn-s do.

Walks Without Crutches.
wasl iut-la attiiicd ith r'iitta'a,
write @`F. 4'. NuMl. iovmavillh. S.,g- Co., Kan.. goingig ;alrt.il i o tl -rllti h,.
and sufrimng a deal of pain0. I a;1. iln
duned to try ltallard's ii.n, L.iniiiii.nt
which relievedi ne. I in.,-< th ln .' r,.
bottles. It is tilie i~'eatest liiiiuiiiit I
ever unaed; have ia'a-otiaeallieded it to 1
number of IiNOIIlS. all presses thlein-i-
selves as being lmi,.htte-d ley it. I Iio,,
walk without .ruitchi-. al. I> |10 lrhillrit
a grPat deal flight lal, ,r. ui tin t iitit. i
25c.. .Oc. and $1.tM at .1 .1. .l.ia,...


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Ue.' Adviantage.
-raps.- said a 113 d' lParkl preachi-ler's
fitt It dsauaas.tter the' i 11Itt- i~i v,'a hIera I
JrOw nil l I'm itt 1,u -.-Klo maarry
eIther a mlaiistert' -r- o a 1, t.. t u'S
ioeamile mitda'ti'u.'
"Whli. dear?"''lat-a'si-td -I iuit nt ii
like pr'eacuhers awlt dtwt-ru.ns Yoiu kit'
preacheiurs unid doitear'~as i.lt to I'' I lic


nMost useful men there are. Iuci(' r.s Ir


Better than Pif.
The question has tIe-n I askl. Ii \\ liat
way are lChaillri l'laia. ,Stothila.-li and
Liver Talibhts sIiplrior to pilis''" Olir
answer is: Tihfy are .'easie-r ;and nmor
pleasant to take. more mihl and n.iitl .
in effect. and morn n-liable. as tliy ti-an
always Is' del..ilhul iion. Tihen thla'y
cleanseand inigaor;iatet. stoie. i a nh d nid
leave the lbowel. ,i a lnaltural c-nditiont.
while pills are non,' harsh in t'fft'ct. ntl I
their use is often folloh\\id ,.y i nilt'ti|:l-
tion. Fir salh by all drui,-iats


All there is in bliing a skilled iinaiw.l'n -
is knowing holw tod I.- ltoters Ilia l0.
money for you. :


Lemon Exltraet.
A lelton etni tht tl1;ll one i4 Nsure is
pure rut lI e 1'asi i4i1e at liaii'. .iGrt.
otf eilotU:.-L uf thie lutl-ld I p.tl of It-IfI
ouil tI o till 11 Sabil ll th i l; I; tlllg C('II-'
thut loneu f ttli" w lit'e piirt of the ririd
gets i ;l, as iltis.% ill git.- a litter taste.
Whlen thie boutle is full. Cu-\r- wIilth purc
alcohol aniid set awasay for three weeks.
At the end (ot that tiniel tlie c..-iiitetls
of the ,bottle -ho''ili I' irlns t iltl. :tlntl


har atlaes di lcirlaet 1 i- -.u' ~ i Ithe ex tract is rni-s ifa i-f*-is. icxaa
linavies o hur iet o .-; 1 11- lk ,- teasui~Lioouf l i- i.- l, ~ tstsil i
th- wfllL.. LLA L Lih '-t I u .,ilS


Io e unu- l.. &sO Ln I ti l;I I 'll. INKI |s]U"1
ness"'"
"Yes,"' replied little t':iroltne,. utit Ior.
i'el!'tie r'i s \\ if. \\'iN s lt'ret' ; ; ; : ,I I
natilit ia tlud;y. l1int a il I klt'3 I.,'i ._
ual8Mit thillgS, tlad MNiis. l'>I1l 1it.i ,'1
w1l.in sheli was sick it wah.s ;hl.i n. i
terrlh '' tut Ilink uf" i;.Kin.; :1. a 1 :! 1
hu liand l tl( S edi'lit e. alln i l .11 lla .'s,.
satidl: '1li,. lBut y tii'r 111 1 ;\\ i u ;l\ r .I
dcal iworq- liwky Ilth.in i1 i .1 \\<1 ;
iprearlt<' 'r' Ia\iTrk. V1"ll0 til t.t\a Ito it
fu'e tl4 take tiht, it li, in li' \- *'r r
&aick. luit a lr-:it.-li,-r i.rhi.l.o s >'t 1 i
bUi)d;aI." "-it li ;agi Il r;. !d.

The E.5'* Illinad SlInt.


nerblse r Cares _77'
IThe blind tt i th, -%," is i. ,
Fever andi m'. A ,. !-. all t-ias il the toptir n.r ,',t ,ia hrl-s l ,,- i. .h ,i t
stop at chill. a Mrs. Wim. M. Stau',,d. .lidluLthit "l. Ta ,'... a at lut i n'lt-ta lilI f"t l4 l, l l '!a I 'f i
, May 31. 1899.. write.-. "' \,. l.at,. l -d lthe i ,, t' han O w, c' l,.'r. 1, i
Berbine in our ianaily ftr eight e yiar.-. esllse ae' hiur ti-is ii itr thliil.-. o.t
and found it thae list mI.l-diin.- w\ l.i'. side anid held ;t.;aiinst e-ach otli r 1:a\-.
ever utl. fotr la grijpl.. Ililk iis vr aindil tend y,.uir arins. s.hult l lr l. 1i ,.\
malaria.'" **'. at .1. M..loil-.e and iloo k tixe'dly m ith ll o r t i' h i.:.l ,. ;t
S1 your lft't thalt.ti.. S.'i.:ral ,t ~.t :r 1.. I-..
The man ilwho. % I. fr or t h,w i I alrd hatll ulie' :a'., ;il.,it -:;\ ;.- ;,,>.


welfare of his count tryv instiiad of ioasi-,
ing of its past ia a tIr-t.' patriot.

See The Loied Ones.
Mrs. Mary A. ilrt. N.-\\;i't- Colh
write: "-1 believe la.tli.ardl loirhilIouii.
Syrupis superior Io ai oith-i-r -,imuh
medicine and will do iall that i ,i- luai, -e,
for it. aund it i.s o Pi l;t-sal;nt to it ik !
My little girl w.ant- to I i ak it \\ li.-n 'eh'
has llt n'Med for it '" tll;alird' li.n-
hound Syrup is, ti.. o.--at tiun.i loir iall
pIlmonary alinvili,-n 2 5.. .tId
*l.00atJ. 31. .,lu.-.


apart the ri:hit ihuint lI \\.il .,, .. .1 f
bIlsiitu s ft, lspi nr;iarilI. f 1 r .Iitl-ret
w ill f ull upon i lt Ilia t l si p t. N.\\. .
here's the tcur:outis ;.i-I it: i "tih ,
tnen lave triod ;n l t-I.. s f \' .li i ilis
on tllt'tns ll'v s fur ut: IIkn, \-Ii Iti :-. .i-
of tye.rs. t .i s 1.-I. ri l.11',,' .S I .- I t -
co ered untllll ithe l.ite of I1 ,, 1!. i f
l"IIg llulid. Ti litld.i .sisit I, s. n0o
hole In the pi.tture uf t ala' ,niisi-.! \\iii ,l.
but, thel re itsi; Ia,. s.ti ,u;:.i,'i ,'i iait
lpot, ltere i n..t lt'ak. tut a l"" k if 'li- l .-. .-
Hlarvey Sutlier:and in .\]ii ; A 's


An Oddity of Lost Caste.
In place toaroiIu,.tI ovtt taxvi ,. ,-wakne-. It ist not nette-sslry tao g4 to Itadia 10o
of the world you haid l-tter I 1. mndiing hear curious stories of caste. In a pr-t
your own. fessional man's htouslehold recently a
.maidservaut fell ill of diplhlher;a. lhitr
A Valuable Meici i stress nursed lher hte-rslf tliro.i ;a
"I have not the slightest hi.sitan.y in tedious ilhrs- uttnt stlV na- Itid' I.-l.
ncommending (hiiaberlain'ii- (',Cagh 'When that hap'l'y ru'-;ult i.i eti.>il.: si
Re-m4y to all who anre suff'eringir ilo'tn ed the lu;tii i.itul-d:;itel' iharint.td lhi
cough4r colds.'" ayvs ('has MI. raiserr. mistress that %she intenudtd it.u icave lt-i
Esq.. a well known watch maker. of service. The nrt.-oit of Ith, n,,iidtls L'-
Colombo, Oitylon. '*It Ihas been stanil parture was thi -"l tculd 1:ut i\ e wthi
twoyem seth City lDisll.tsary h$t ita mistress who has leti w an itiiig on
a.led my attention to this \valualkle me hrif." Quitre vih..et,,hiv is. 1..,,t


tIaovr ia tjquirtl of il-. ;itrd l of uiol,-r
ilar dish.-New York l'irst.
Their illhie. .
A story is toldi in \\ li the lat.t Lord
Iddeshlig.l figumtedt \\I in as MIr. Stat'-
ford Northea'te lihe \\;is al ilinted :s
iii s:.l i',tr;:te fir I '\li .\t tllit t-aslle oit
Exeter, wxlIhere lie attended It iI. swenil.
lie w:as rhainded a book ti-d round with
m hat lhad toc're I.'.ii -ia r t.lai,. N,.t lik-
ing tite :ipjel';'airnC'e ofl it, NMrr. North cote
took out his knife tanl ucut Ilt' t'ali' and I
on tope iing the bonok di'tir,'''d thai.t 1t
was i 'reuidy reckloller. nil wii hichl inagis-
trates had been swiorn lf"ir .aliult thirty
.3ecars.


Prelou. Ilnir. 7- t
\Whliii tla.' urias:Id<'rs nrtiurn d frotri l .:, a ,n
the Holy LLaud in 1le.o. tlih-y 'were load- I |o I 1,
ed w ithl rellec of li',ly per'>n;ig's wlho 7 i 7.tn
had pret it iisly. It' :ln iaikio\n imn the i I t ;ii'
w est. lI.lhe<' ,-iniil. divided l't ''-ii .\nr,cls .tsn l t.crtaiu 12 "1 !'t'
churlschetS a ith/.t.i lb i: i \\Ili( h the pl- 721
triarchi a .\ Att'u,. hlid ;:'.\,rn him with
the assurance th:it thle I.l.'ed Virgiu 12 I' i.
I.luckeul thlem lr-;an l1.r lhtad ais shle I I ,lls
stooi-Mater lolirot.iu-liy the cross.-
All the Year ItouuId.

The saormny Petrel. .Il. k-.n\ ii
A bjird ofl i lnii t-iIs.' \\ ii p 1 \v-nr isthe ilir'-' tI ,>l
tiny stOly peltIrl. ti- siniallest web a -I'"
f'oted bird I m .i \ n. It li.nu .l. tpo ev I'hli ita l '
ery stea. anid. ith.' iijtl sci-ti i.g frail. .
it lres tst, ith l in s -: .f i a l i t .* -tr'... .
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trough i tf i \\wa\ s us Il llmtlll r.lip I 11 I
idly t\uer their .-I.rll\t .r t- l'P tret i !
hatIe lieetu isrI.'\ed 'O ilte.s frow
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You say inu s nbstairce that for the saki
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Philadelphia Beoton Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicage, etc.






SOJUTnERN RAILWAY
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express
TV TE EAST.

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
TO THE NORTH 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 Fast Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and l[otel Dining Cais on all through
trains.
Ask for Tickets via Southera Railway. Correspondenee Solicited.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pass. Agt., 103 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
S. H. HARDWICK, W. H. TAYLOE,
Geacral Paeenger Agent, Aw't Gca'l Pas. Agent,
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
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