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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: May 10, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


qZETTENE
Er E.,-


VoL 1S. No. 46.


9Uw. I


Dartona, Florida. May 10. 1902


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


Books
CodlettionBry
Jewelry
Puersee
Fihing Tackle

Kodaks
Bike bappues


Newspapers
Musical Goods
Fruit
Clocks
Toilet Articles
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Supplies
Window Shades
Toys


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


Loway's aid Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
for msat, ad repaired. All sorts bf tools and machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


If p Canot Find
What You Want.....WUo!A0S


U 0 II N liES NDS.
"It is not good that man should
alone; I will make an helpmate forhim,"
s a portion of the scripture that doubt-
Mess received more than ordinary atten-
tions when Rev. Francis J. Longdon
studied his bible. He at least gave
practical proof of his belief in the divine
precept Tuesday at high noon when the
dstiny of Mim Harriett M. Roger was
linked with his i a pretty wedding at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wi. Blger, at Silver Beach. Rev. Boone
of te Piut Cariitian Church, of Jackson-
YiWs, pea4oamed the ceremony, assisted
by Bev. Biugham, of this city.
The Blger home was beautifully de-
corated with the green of the land. The
bride wore orange blossoms in her hair
and carried bride's roses. She was
charmingly attired in a gown of white
gandie trimmed with lace and white
l satia ribbon. After the ceremony about
St of the young couple's most intimate
friends sat down to a delightful wedding
breakfast, which was prepared by the
popular caterers, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Despland.
The presents the couple received were
many and handsome.
Mr. and Mrs. Longdon are among tlhe
best known in Volusia County. The
bride has resided here for a number of
years, and is a lady who possesses the
Mest of womanly qualities. The groom
is the popular minister of the Christian
Church both at Daytona and DeLand,
and his metal nodunse is demon-
straedin the wisdom of the choice he
h made. Both iae a legion of friends
*n admirer who wish them wedded
jW and prosperity.
Tuesday afternoon the happy paIir
rove to DeNLhd, where they will make
t hirborne.


i MI

DAINTIES M.
Wehavejust received a large
stock of goods manufactur-dl
by the National Biocuit Co.
They are strk-tly high grade
and nothing can be found to


equal ,them. Here arn
of them.
Graham Wafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond onm Bons
Butter Genis
Five O'chwck Teas
Oswega rackersm
Minuette \ Wifer
Water Biwuit


some


SMorrell's Beakfact Baoni. the
M sest that money can buy.

We have the largest and tinest
lime of cereal foods in the city.

We have the largest assort nwnt
high grade canned goods in thee
county. Thte pries, oif course
a right.


L T,. CONRADO & CO,


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL


Ii"Table cloth.


SMITH & SON.


E. E. Starkey left Wednesday for a trip
up the line. .
Adam Schantz left Sunday morning
for Dayton, Ohio.
Geo. L. Watson was a visitor to Jack-
sonville this week.
liWFinest line of lhone-made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
F. J. Niver is assisting Cashier Con-
rad in the Merchants Bank.
iWPleated black and white satin
belting at J.. Hendricks'.
George Vandevorde has gone to Port
Orange for a few days' stay.
Dr. Bennett and wife left yesterday for
their home in Urbana, Ohio.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler Austin last Saturday.


SI.Another shipment of mens" pants
Si -- and overalls at J. A. Hendricks'.


WOnly the best at the Gramling
Bakery.
Roy P. Barker is in Palatka where he
intends to put on a show.
Father O'Boyle was a visitor to Titus-
ville and Cocoa {he first of the week.
WI Brain bread, the great brain devel
operand nerve builder. fresh eiery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
Mrs. W. J. Catheart very pleasantly
entertained a few friends at the Bennett
House yesterday afternoon.
Mayor Parkinson. accompanied by
Mrs. Parkinson and their son, visited
with friends in DeLand this week.
H. V. Bracy, while at work in his mat-
tress factory, accidentally cut himself.
The accident laid him up several days.
W0'Pastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritious at the Gramnling Bakery.
Thomas A. Davis, formerly editor of
the Peninsula Breeze, with issue the first
number of the Florida Cracker, at Jack-
sonville, today.


Steaniship tickets to New York formsale. O'Take a look at the new corsets at
Enquire at Gazette-News' office. Moore liros; the Kabo and W. B.


KA PIONEER PASSES AWAY.
Marcus L. Smith. one of the pioneers
of Daytona, fell a victim of the grim
reaper. Death. last Saturday evening at
nine o'clock.
A4 we mentioned last week, Mr. Smith
met with an accident two weeks ago
which resulted in a broken limb and
internal injuries. At first it was thought
that he would recover front the injuries,
but it was not to be.
The funeral services were held at his
late home Sunday afternoon, Rev. Bing-
ham, officiating. The interment was at
Pinewaod Cemetery, under the direction
of Undertakers J. H. Niver & Son.
Mr. Smith did much towards the up-
building of Daytona, and lhas watched
and helped to guide its destiny since its
infancy. lie has always Iswen a very
active man, an'd during his useful life lie
accumulated a goodly share of this
world's goods.
lie was born in Center Groten, Conn..
July 204), 1825. When three years of age
his parents removed to Massachusetts,
where his father died. His mother a few
years later returned with her family to
Connecticut. and in 1849 Mr. Smith
joined in the great rush to thegold mines
of California and remained there four
years. iH' tlie returned to New London,
Conn.. where lie was united in itmarriag'e
with Miss Caroline Fox. June 12. 183S:..
Later Mr. Smith renioved to Illinois.
where lie remained until 1873. and front
there reiimoved to Dlaytoni. where lite
nade his lionie until Iiis leniis. Mr.
Smith leaves ani invalil w if., ainl two
sons. A. 11. Smith. of l'rlai;ia. Olhio. andd
Geo. F. Smiith of this rity.

gKost & winner. the painters and
paper hangers. ar artists in their l ine.
anl you will ilake no Ilistake ill noll-
sulting them.

ELECTION AT ORMOND.

The town council of Orniond met Mon-
day evening and counted the ballot east
at the election last week. The following
are tlhe officers elected:
Mayor-Dr. (. M. Wallae,'
Aldermen-WVll. Fag'en. F. R. Moore.
and J. H. Smiith.
Treasurer-Jamnes E. Franvciis.
Clerk-I). W. Wahlron.
('ollector-A. H. McNary.
Assessor-D. W. Waldron.
Marshal-Thios. .I. FI'knn.'

Iayflf yoln want your paiinting iainl
Ipaer hliiiagilig dloin. ii a woitrkliinin-like
ilnatil'rrotinsultl Kost & Giwilliner.

THREE CARS OF SHAD FRY.

Jolhn Y. D.etwiler. of New SliVrilni.
pn'sidenit of tihe Floriia ftishli ollniis-
sioll. stoill4il off ill our town Monday.
and gave us a slihormtcall. lie informs us
that Colngress has ilidde an approlpria-
tioni of $1- .5i41 fot r a shad tish hatcheryv
t be It loated s(loncwhcre in this state.
thew definite site of whlih a lisnot ye't tlWen
selected. but it will very likely lIe soniie-
wlhere on the St. Johns river.
Mr. 1Detwiler has secured tlihne ears of
shad fry for t his state. containing two
and a half millions to 'ea;ich car. which
will lI' distributed as follows: onv' car
to plits onil the F. E. '. railway: one to
the Plant Systellm. aiih o1i1.1 to t he Sea-
board Air Line.
I'nder his liniinistrittion Mr. lIetwiler
has supplied the waters of our stiiate
with fifteen million of shad fry at ain ex-
peins, t the state' of only $4.1i.-T'itws-
ville Star.

tlFoni SA..;:-A go. Call at cottage south lof lliverview. San-
bn '.t'. M i-. Aii.Ile: ;. t ;s.;

For tlhe cuisecra.tiion of Faithlier Kenny
.. Iitihi ..f the l io.t' se of St Augllil-till'e.


Dr. Emch and family left for their honie
in Huron, Ohio, Tuesday morning.
1g.Ladies' brocaded linen handen-hiefs
15, 20 and 25.. SMITH & SON.
Contractor Gove has a crew of men at
work on the addition to the Club house.
Mr. Christie and family leave for their
home in St. Louis tomorrow afternoon.
A. J. Hutchinson left Wednesday for
his northern home at Norwich. 'Connecti-
cut.
Mrs. M. L. Thurber and son. Philipl
Thurier, left Monday for LaCross.,. Wis-
consin.
&.iJust received a new lot of black
and miaeerized sati'ehn skirts atI .1. A.
Hend ricks'.
The Halifax Rilles lehld a meeting
Tuesday evening and .elected W. F. F.ilbb
second lieutenant.
The enterprising hotel man. leon lies-
pland. has a very fine titell of potattws'
west of the railroad.
Editor and Mrs. .olihn ( roshy and Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. Rowley. of San Mateo..
were in the city this week.
W.(;. lHobts. while working onll th.


The directors of Volusia County Sun-
day Shliool Association are arranging
for a convention to le held at DeLand
sonetinme in July.
John Martin, a negro, was artesteil
Thursday and taken before Justice Wil-
liams on a charge of aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon upon .ml IIHender-
son, another colored man. The troulile
occurred at iinnell's lumber camp
Thursday. shortly after dinner. In dte-
fault of bail in the sumi of *2350, Martin
was bound over to await the action of
the "Big Judge" at Deland. Martin is
ain old offender and has just finished serv-
ilng time for a similar offense.


BARGAIN SALE.


Millinery goods at Mrs. E. It. Moore's.
eve ,rything in the way of Millinery gots
very cheap. Now is thle time to hbuy
liats. flowers. ve ilings and silks,, also
Molliilselins. all colors. Five inch aill
silk ribltbon, I. i pr yard: 44o taffeta
riibbon for '25'. Rlemnienl'r this sale only
lasts two weeks. .AnVyone' desiring work
loie' will please call early as this die-
partllenwt lost's the last of this month
fl.r th, .season. Ilr,-4-0c fully.


Yaicht 'Clul improvements Wednieslday. Mis. h. II. Moore.
got an involunitry baptism. .
Thl' "ir. titr 'T tienae' mIi.'ri el A FAREWELL RECEPTION.

family left ftor tlihe Nortlh Wednesday. The a.fi th of C'ngnegatiti
Loulis C'owani. .lthin I'einny, FI"re" M1i- i'h iumhli Aidl Society gave a rteleptioln at
dieton wilnd Wm. 'aimeron were mustered tle re',..le'ide, of 1'. A. White Thursdayl
in tlie lalifax lltiies Tu'esdayv evening. afternoii for Mr. Hill and fiamilv. whli
-j 1'.4oisti) Irt4wn llnad ani l liknl i', lar e....ei to leave fo-r 4oloirado. A p.leas-
It'e .s at tilt'e ( '.imlihi Itakery .da. itilt a fII ialtili' if tlhe w' e1s' htion was tlihe pr'e-
lli Iseittio i oIf a large solivel ir alliiu con- -
J.W.Wilkiiison wasat Wnhiinrton itry- j ,;iii h w iof ta fini.'st views which
ing to find out the kind of allles that i.r. Iill ll no doubt ,fienjoy in his newt


grow lonl tie -postotthe tnre. this we ek.
il.Suiinei'r dress gieeIs ait Mor-,
II ros.
Mr. and Mrs. A 1.. Null niind daughter.
Elizabeth. left Wedniesday for We.- st
Palli ei'nchi. whel're they till iake their
future holie.
pl'iraliain li01and Ie'P bei ad at thie
t ir-mniligii Bakery.
lDr. and Mrs. S. M olrganl. it he have
Ieenl sliend inthel se'asioni at tlIe ) ayvtonalii
lioIse. left this morning fior tlhir liii
in New .ersey.
lay'Towe'l. ina;kinl. thili.s. SMrr'ii

Mrs. M. 4'. Yale, left Tii.'sIlay for MIinne-
atpolis. MIrs. Yale is 7:1. years of age.
travels altiWe aillt semiis oIt ovet r 4'l.
Sli' ilnte'tnds tio re'turili exli t winter.
.. als', fills' faus Kee, -col.
SMITHi & So..
AlMiss llelln Fiotte sailed flroll No-%
York Tuesday. 6th inst., oni North (ier--
maut ltlyl Steamller,. '"Krolili'miltz. fior'
Eirole with i relatives from New\ Yolrk
toi Slapend the0 smlille l S ie1.
1s'lFim e' lllilibrig allt ii ii0lverwea'ir $1.404
suit. SM ml'li & See.
Messrs. Wicking and Wall have jili-t io-
turned from Jensoun wheli they iiatle
arrangements toc ret andl start an I e
plant. They exple't to bel, in rtniwllkil
order early in July.
BilBathing suit. 2 piet., tin.' \\ni
$1.75: cotton l2piec.. T.'. 7 i7i. S 'il Sto\.
Dr. I. S. ISadoer will pr.la. hi and odl
mliinister tlihe 110 ly ( iiniii)i at ti -
First M1. E. hulilrchl tomorrow iiiiriiiir
at 11 ''lohWk. The quarterly t >nfe4i, iie.
will lbei helh toiiihlit ai 7t:.1 o l 'k.
,'See' the' vali-' iask.'- at St\illT
Sox'-.
Hloward1 T. .cl'lelian uilet \\ ili ia piln-
finl aciident at the ie Novelty Wriks MIl n
day moirnimn. II,- \\ a. wtor-kilir at t i'
lathe w he'll thile pii'c of tilll.,-r itl..\\ lt
and struck him on tlli lh,' hl.a. laying him


Mav INth. thle Southeastern IPas'wnger up for a couple of elay-
Asis.ociation has authorized tlie sale of i i diet" li uindr\\.,ar re..ivd,
round-trip tickets at rate of one and mon- t i e week at ltndri-k. i
fourth fans fron Ipoints in Florida aneld
one and one-third fans froni points in Mrs. J. A. Knni-. delegate froai the'
Georgia and South Carolina. Tickets t Palmett c o ll t the i -annual convii-
l.. ol. Mi ay lith. th and 17thi. limited i tinii at Sani Francisio. writes tliat sli


hom e'. There we-'re about seventy-fiv.-
jtl'e',-.iit.


A MAY PARTY.

'I'he l'Epwo.tIlhi I atgue hlid ia May pa 11ty
after t lie' h'ailing I'ircle MNineay evening.
T'Ie ciImmittee on arlraimients hiad
iiade a ;i 'tlihroiie" draped with laigs iand
hinting. IHere. wearing each l c'ut ni
itf flowe.rs. sait theat king and quieei.
'ThI'l cliompanyli of aboliut. 3.i yoninig peo-
iple lan-i'hed past and made biows to thie
royal iri. while mutiisiec rol 1'1 friii th li

Slit a table a mmlielr offainiiliartliwo-ers
\\lr c'reP'st ete'l \\tith ll bje'rts aill l a
Iprize offe'I'rI foir a co'rr'ect li-t aiftelr ten.1
Illilittes of t stuidvy. IOnly oeI', t 1rrecl't't li.-t
wils Ili:tie.
A pIdictre' iile'l was-hiin iW i u. l lioi sle s'
S1lie1 wpii iw w.i' in th- iletie'. wtt re. hIlind-
foldede111 andi t oldti to pilln thi.e e 1own on lhir
head';. This limle full.
Iv'e ei'ain andi ake we'i.' served in the
dlinlig r1ooli whlie re variouiis c1o pleod rill-
Ih(ois \\ie sliiispetidtle from thlhe litwinrilig
lamil tio th lli tall e illmitation ofll lfi.MIa
pole'. A\i Ili hee' ofeaich rild.o1w i \ewas .1t-


' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

In session May 5th, A. D.. 1902. Mon-
day afternoon, all members present.
Minutes of last meeting read, and on
motion duly approved and signed.
The following road and bridge reports
were then submitted.
District No. 1-Progress. DistrictNo.
2.- One-eighth mile clay played on Lake
Helen and DeLand road and repairs on
Orange City and Cross Bluff roads. Dis-
trict No. 3.-Rebuilding bridge over
Deep Creek on Barberville road and
progress on Seville shell road. District
No. 4.-No report. District No. 5.-Re-
pairs on DeLand and New Smyrna and
DeLand and Port Orange road.
Petition from citizens requesting that
Coro O0. Marsh be granted the right to
put gate across Cross Bluff road was re-
ferred to Corn. Bond.
The petition of citizens of Orange City
asking for a continuance of French ave-
nue on to St. Johns river was received
and filed and L. N. Roberts, F. C. Gra-
ham and C. W. Sperry appointed a con.-
mittee to mark and view the same and
report at next nseting.
On motion the following rifle and re-
volver bonds wen- approved, and clerk
instructed to license thereon to-wit: W.
A. BrIedow. W. G. IDePass. Harry Mr-
Kilburg, Fnrd Carnell, L, J. Roberts.
On motion S. A. Oren,. Ex. of the es-
tate of Jessie Orn-, is hereby allowed a
rebate of $190.00 to apply on personal
tax of 1'94M1.
On iniotioni tlheI 'ori'lon r's fee I' inI lIli, in-
iluiest of Arthur Forest are' lhirtlYv dis-
allowedl on the ground that said pro-
re.'alings w're uinietessary.
(in minotion the clerk is herilby granted
requisition for one dozen typewriter rib-
bons for us' on book machine.
Tihe Criminal Court 'ost bills we're ex-
amined and approved for $171.50 and
I lerk i '.st-ructe'd to isueti warrants there.-
fo I'r.
On iiinotion the. Il'e.r'd the n adlliourn.ed
to N o'clock. ;i. in., M..ay i4;tt. II.. ID.u19 2.
Eight ol*-l 19I)2. Ih oanrd rtm'onvenied. all members
present.
T'b couiity trv'-asurn tl'hen presented
his r.'1ort for miontihs of April with his
bolooks 'nn11l irolints.. \whiih weet(1 duly
,ltiilrined il ; =plrovid. Aii I aid wa\ r-
ranit destrot, I .
Stll.niiiit'iit frlil rI port.
iF:'NFIiAI. iFV:NI EF: K \Il.
|{;il. il l l.i-t I lou rt ?. 1 1 .:17
lre''illtS for m ni lllnI ti i2.7T


;lt;.ml. N1


It Will Do No


Good to Tell YoU


That summer is hre. But it

you good to know that we have a I

line of summer dress and shirt ist

goods, Oxford ties and slippers fo ad
summer suits and straw hats for n


and boys.


al 4 4 4 ad


Our Sample Lines Made-to-


Measure Suits are Fine


This Season.


Ask to seesamples of the CRAWFORD

and LaFRANCE SHOES. 4.t


Beginning May 1st and

ending October 2nd s

inclusive our store will

close every Thursday at

12:00 noon.


Y oore ,3ros.


1111, 714;1E ,"74.13 COMMISSION APPOINTED. GOT NINETY DAYS.
Ilail. from hiast r'lepollrt $ "-': l 1 -
lere'il.lt.s f>" iwtii' imt h amist A in aeom-idilir-ance w ith ia laiv lisS. it Jolivi te'litry. wrv.ho iiwas bouNnd over to
li i-liiw-e 'iii.its }17t.* .27 thIe last session olf IFloridla legislaturee. tlhe 'rimminal. -v J.lustice Williams last
Ital. Mait 1. 1't12 :t;141.l .1lige liroryv lias appointed a lboalrd of week. oni wthi was presumed to be
I !1 2.7* 4i- 2.:17 Sideth I a l (uimiiiiiSnsmle'rs for Vollsin; slilt evihle'iice was tak ni over to P.
t\: \l I mhilimi Ai ri t l. lllcolnty. 'The duties of the board ai to laiil by S*-iv i'f Tinrli-r. It now looks
I til. frtli i t il alo;Fi0 S build and i iain tain i licyI -lev sidepatlis ans if I'iitN vN l sl'end li -.e n-ater part' ."
Ie..-0ipts fIlor moiilii :'lt;.ii; throemii ilhit the licouty. Tlie finds to l of thlii, Vii l'.,hiidiii bare. SherifTar.
liisbermlii'ients 14:.1. buiil tlie patlims is derived 1Iy a.,essinig ii.-i pllt liiimi thrleil l, ai slight sweaim
lial. M.ay 1, 1 90>2 24!2.0i; e-'a-'li heie'vrl in tlie cotiunty one dollar iper Iproi ess andi tie prisoner told l _W t .-
29'.5'-.- 2'1 .0.. ,'3 '.i r.nil. ian tevevy 'i*viilist li'yiig saiii s i lst sati'l w iit... 'iioea.led but said
rh,. ,ii>,.'.llaeoinls lu.ill- ai"-tl th- t la is erititled toe Iata,-t which iis to Ilie onet to .1 himii that it was t here, eai& .
' iii ..,' the' xi ill in a in u t- t *a **rri 1 o N his I' v'h. A vi)ni e f'lliild i l*i:' .,I lai lp.r- .n:II knowledge vt t

lpr .,i 1 ind li motion tlthei 1o:a t lhen.ii rfiliig" on alliy siltlh- llthis withouiit a 1i- hlii.. i. Sinli., th1len i laol wdI as er.
.idj fliur ld tee lir'-t .Mondeyl inl .Iu1., A. en'ise tin l; iml I. lirouiglihl i'f1tire a jslire !, w ,m,.ati. tof l1ied av, has informed the
1 4. 1 ..i of thi lie ai. the s:iiie ai s oI4r ainy oi.tlierl" olE:rits thiat sic. i.as sever.i. l of the mies-
misemeaiillor. Thlie lelty ftor sichli vico- i',. -hirts iii i *l pos.s essiin. whih Gen-
il ii ii is ai ti i iitt 1 Ie t s thin their\ e d ;: I. br gliuht to hier to have washed.
i lals norT more tithaenten doIllars or l by i- .M l nilay lie' plead guilty and was sen-
ONCE A FLORIDA EDITOR. i,,-ismionuie illn tlie .co nty jail not ex..'.- teln-e to niniely i iysin the county jail.
iliL one41mlay fllora ech;i dlla.ihr of th li tiln. Tlie** iime for \\ hticli I i.Intiy wvil.Tsmted
li *ii inied bodyv-A.\dr'ai Britt. Ii Tlhe I c oiilii.-i iiers alppoilnted for flti was tile steatling I a suit of clothes and
lory unknown.i Thlis is lih. i leapli '.isilin four year'i 's ar: sv'1ral slhin- fir liii Ira IBell.
that ar iiil nil--. te' lifeless fillri olf 1 a e lw nrd Fithz ',rnull. l iaytoli -
mIin ;eil tlifty-e'i-hlit %year, \\ li \\ :it. .1. 1'. T"irer. NeSil l rii.V1. | Stops the Cough and Works off the Cei
hiiitd iin a pulpil guravi' at lic' Clas. A. Miller. ).IN-l.l Laxative I.hiieo Uiiiinie Tab'llhts cure a
Il-t w....k. W illiam 11t. li.-ale, ,.vill.. N." .I in ,lite lay. .\. t Ure, No Pay. 25, ;.
It i- lhi.' epiltaih iof a Illal i w chiol ini tl i' Th', hii01u r. will hollI it- lit-rs in tti, m -l--
"'7 as he'll tih' key to o ith politii'l siltai- ;ilI hI,.iInd thlie l21th of tlhis- iieitl. \ len h i Vtilytv is a iiman is \\oi-t fol' anil disre -
tic n of tl hi. In sites States awl d iitillile'i.e'l i lie,..iis' ti et r ill le adlotee.l. After tlih ti fl hi- ll e i-t friiie l.
li' e.l.'iv ,ry f voet.'s oel ,s llhierin lutat's a.i01p ion oie f lth. liei.-.i-e tax tle law \\ ill
11 it0ulther0t'fWr It. ll:iy '.s; lf ;i piiblilshi.r I '., ,'inf r,,l'1 WiAn l ilI l r..,- w l .. ielepailiS ill
ai1 it I ii rlu lli't w lit.'' IlaIlie Wa- il tilhe t inil a r i',;tir' ainl i, \\ iim n- rill- t
knei\ III aIll t\iter thi, ,tcoiilti'* ; w ef a f0te iiwe'i St,114t4.4.
1 4i-11 l' -r" vice. l i le ri anti re d 'li t e tiwo ra', th,,."l'li '' ltike i h,, i r,. ,pre-, It
t r'nil .f ii, pri ..-l iiiw t T e.w- wel i- til '-- i Take' l. 'vaiiit;. e. lf y ir lei.imir al nd ti ll
..... ..ils: m. .... e .- et tc e i eel II: risth1' lh, ,rii. t'll'her' I'.. k lhP...


I: hed a ..;I l l eari,; i g sm e pretty 1en- 1'a illif 0. X eI'II'11' t,#11t 1It i[a
tilnlitlt 0ior snatch of poet r. c Thli'ese were It".i a le've', charai ter.
e.liplp1ed and enarried away as souvenirs. .\hii in l 'itt ias at iiin inet th i, ,.,l-
SI' talll was deorateldl in tie I.eau e u a ishie f .; .1;ksoni
mnil.lem-- arl lot and white. I nii'1i. ui I in 1 t1h' Ii'iihI-' tf the
(Ii MNi, a. il itationl.s hal .en .' ,it- I -ina 'iIhli uhin ( let a .y o III' tIIY i- In c.
outl illn tiny lai\ ibaskets tilled \\il h
ti', e'r'. 'I'ie'The pro'--' waiil ;Is Votic d I ,
,0--1 Wby ,, hlap1p piLarticipantIi i

iT heTired Out
[fiTCfl UUiRNIL I II


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MalI-ter II. T.NI< (lellani
Ju tik-e .1 lin \W'illiams
Secretary -dw. l-'it/l errahil
Treasurer .\. K. Itruka%'
Truth K. L. Shear
Mercy W. S. Edwards-
Scrtincl-A. M. 1'cllett
P'rotector .1. M. oue
(;tiide- F. T. Brad.ihaw
(;unrd 'J. M. Avi-
Stewardis J. M. (., khrn.
[lingtliain. .r.. anid Leon \"ann.


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Meeting of ?he Volusia Countr |
Executive Committee.
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A Medicine for

Old People.
Rev. ('ec. (Ga,. i ,reenwich, Kas., is
pa-t "% \sri:: ,-f aL'.,. vet hie says: "I
. u en; v',,, exh. .'.- t health for a man
f my a-, lie ct: t 'Ilyto the rejuven-
.. i:' e-, f I )r. Miles' Nervine.
Iti : .-" i' 1: t Irest wbea thin'
..... 1 A'vs trength ad viff-
(" \i t' :. '' imy told age."
e :r," writeM Mr.Gen.
.. "'. It.. "'and I have
Sr' -r i nervousness,
S ; ., .c. HIave spent
S,: -" .. : v i ic r Iinc ine and
t. I was
S. ':. ns of weak-
.tih l I ki, *.%,:tA : t ed my life."
Mles' Nervine
lum." .Mr A.M. M. liner. of Jenco
Sj.iraiiM-, M,., r.tr., "I was so nerv-
.'i tl:.it I -. 1 1 carc-ty control my-
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I was very poorly and could
hardly get about the house. I .Ias
tired out all the time. Then I tritd
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and it orP.v
took two bottles to make n.c flc
perfectly well."- Mrs. N. S. Swin-
ney, Princeton, Mo.

Tired whcn you go to
bed, tired when you get
up, tired all the time.
Why ? Your blood is im-
pure, that's the reason.
You are living on the
border line of nerve ex-
haustion. Take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla and be I


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IE urOMA GAZEMTE-EWS.
Publil e Every Saturday.

SDW. FITZGERALD, PuraBuMIR.

S llription $1.50 per Year in Advance.
Dhading Notkices lOc per Line Each Time.

Eitmed at the Postofufle at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Clahs Matter.

Saturday, May 10. 1902.

If you want to get the beef trust down
on its narrow bone just vote ti ihel-mo-
cratic ticket early and often.


An exchange remarks "We admire
the man that is truv to his friends in
politics or anything else, and do not be-
lieve it is right to encourage a man for
otce unless you intend to support him."
Good advice.


Brother Candidate: If you want to
run the life out of yourself and get glo-
rionusly defeated keep your announoe-
ment out of the newspapers. l'People
read theme days and they will see you
are "not in it "


The new postal laws are such that
newspaper protectors can e-anuse the ar-
rest of any one for fraud who takes a
a paper and refuses to ipay for it. Ur-
d'r this law the man who allows Ihs
iubacription to run for some time un-
paid and then ordess it discontinued. or
orders the lpostnmaster to mark it n-
fused. and has a postal card sent notify-
ing the pubLlislhr. lays linmself liable to
arrest and fine.


The Daytona Gazette'-Ne'ws sugKK sts
that an ordinance should be passed- by
S the City Council to prohibit the gather-
tag of oysters froin the bars in front of
that town. The gathering of oysters
and clams for food in front of the sea
wall of this city ought to le prohibited,.
abo. The sewerage washes directly
over these oysters and clams, and it
is tated on good authority that shell
s hb so contaminated contain ti.e grms-
of typhoid-St. Augustine Record.

S*tatules I the Par-s Street.
It Is not the Ldoner only who
grumbles at the lack of beauty in the
statues adorning the streets and
squares of his city. The Frenchman
makes a point of grumbling quite as
loudly at the "almost unanimous" ug-
fhes of the modern statues 'Incum-
in" Paris. These statues, says the
outspoken Journal des Debats.' are not
io much erected in honor of one dead
man as for the glorification of several
living ones. who form the "commis-
aloi" for the erection of a statue and
receive decorations for their endear.

A famous French sculptor is quoted
In this connection who had sent in his
design for a statue of Pasteur. lie
had suggested the genius of the great
Dentist by symbols, but the commis-
@tm would have none of them. "Your
work." they said, "is fine, but it is in-
complete. What about the diseases of
ilkworms, the manufacture of vinegar
and of beer and vin, about cholera in
fowisr'
And nothing the artist could say as
to the Impossibility of reproducing
kik Silkworms and cholera ridden
aMMns on a monument could move
00 commission. Under such condl.
tkG@ It is small wonder Paris statues
Mre no better than they should be.

A Klag and a Miller.
Every reigning member of the HIoh-
ensollern dynasty has been noted for
his sense of fair play in dealing with
his subjects.
It is said that the Emperor Frederick
the Great was greatly annoyed by the
preece of a flour mill that stood
close by one of his palaces In Berlin.
The miller refused to sell his mill
and insisted that le should retain pos-
session of it as long as he lived. The
emperor stormed at him without avail
and finally threatened to drive the
miller out by force and confiscate his
property.
The dauntless miller- replied to his
threat by saying. "There are still
Judges In Berlin. your majesty."
This reply, which has since become
famous throughout Germany. impress-
ed the emperor so favorably that he
withdrew both his threat and his re-
quest,and the flour mill is standing to
this day.

Exapectd a Flaht.
A Plfeshlre farmer gave his herd lad-
dieo Jamle, a half wit. a ticket to admit
him to a sacred recital in a neighbor-
ing town, to be given by lh'al talent,
and told the lad to be sure to enjoy
himself.
The farmer was greatly surprised to
find his servant in the kitchen long be-
fore the conclusion of the performance.
and upon asking him why he had re-
turned from the recital Jamie replied:
"'Weel, master, ae man yonder began
to sag, tI'm the King of Glory.' then
anitber said be 'was the King of Glory,'
and when I saw three ithers standing'
up an' sayin' they were 'the Kings of
Glory' I kent there was to lte a feet.
so I cam awa' an' left them to finish
It amo0ie tbemeel's."-Dundee Adver-
titer.
Ieare s Waters.
United States senators are supplied
with bottled mineral waters at govern-
ment expense. Nearly every commit-
tee room has something like a bar at-
tachment. It is usually in one corner,
behind a screen and next to the.wash-
bowL The bottles of fizz water are sup-
plied by colored messengers, wlho bring
them in buckets of ice, like champagne.
The excuse for the expense is the poor
quality of the Potomac water. After a
rain it is dark brown in color and 1r-


PORT ORANGE.

PORT ORAoGr, May 8:-Doctor and
Mrs. Kestler and the doctor's sister left
last week for their home in Ohio.


Miss Steekle, who came here last fall
to try our climate, left for her northern
home last Sunday. quite well, and de-
lighted with Florida.
Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
started for their home in Highland Park,
Chicago. Ill. We hope to see them next
winter. Monday afternoon Mrs. Bonny
and her daughter, .Mrs. Winn, of Rock-
ford. Ill.. and Mrs. J. C. Nokes. of Cleve-
land. Ohio, started on their return jour-
ney with the intention of stopping a
short tinmein Jacksonville and Chatta-
nooga, Tenn. We miss them as they
were universal favorites.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. John
Bradly started for their honl-t in Ollhio.
expecting to join the ltonny and Winn
Co. at Jacksonville and proceed to Chat-
tanooga.
The Port Orangea House closely its
doors for this season on Monday after
dinner, after t lie mllost suic'essfill season
while Mr. Br.lihm lnhas owned it.
.1. II. Carrow is building a larn feor his
horse. as thi' old onlit r,.fIs.e', to stalled uIp
any long-r.
II. I)1npIt is having Ie%% coiir-teto piers
pllut under Ilii. iio., is as wvell iUs other
repairs niman'.
Tie'sday .evenlling wre hadi our usual
card party. Tlhenr werp not so nliiny
PIn'tt'lt but w'e were a jolly crowd andI
had a good time. Mrs. J. fI. W,.ise. of
Port Orailge WLas our genial hlostes-s.
Wednesday morning" Mr. and .Mrs. .1.
H. Du Bois left on the early train for
their New York hotn'. arid Wednes.day
afternoon, Mlrs. Dhi Itois. Another oif our
hloitor staitt.d for the family hliii.in
Dut,.he-,.-s county, N. Y.

I TI:TE(iiANI E. BLE M I I.EA :.
The. S-aboard Air line' Railway ha'-
pladI'el on salee one( thlioultsiii -niih ih'k'ts
at $23-?. which tickets anr good over its
entire syst'1n. anld also ov. r t i., lines of
its ililjortalnt onitne'tionlls, rl'l''se ting
in all approximately 1.1.0100 ile.s. I'11ll
inlformllation as to these ti.-k-t.s miay I.
obtaineld upon appli-ation t );iaiy ;ni'tl
or rrpl)r-.iitativ, odf the1ini|any.

TIDE TABLE.
1W.4'k I.ginninig May 11. I'o2


H .Hl TID:.
a. i11.
S 1inda y.................. ............10 :0
Monday.... ................ 1 :0
T15day ....................... 2:7
WVedn,-lay ...... .......... 12:1)
T iirsda.i ........................ 1 .I : -
F ri' l %. ...........................2.. :1;
Sat urday. ............ ..... :1:31
I.o\\ 11011.


S uni aay .............................
M o nd'la y. ............ ...............
T iid.ay ........... .....
T.is da y .. .............

Thurs .l.a .. ................
Friday. ... ..... .........
Saturla ............................


4:5 2
5:531


No Iiss ti TI'Ti-.
I have .sohlI I'hinltrlin's Colic. Iholr ra
and Diarrhoea emnedy t foa r years. andi
would ratl her I e out of t coffe and silari
than it. I sold tliv. lotltls eof' it V,''str'-
day to thnrshers that could gon i fitrth.er
and they areat work again this morn-
ing.-H.R I .'hIlpe. l'Plymouth. Iklilihiia.
As wfll InI pe.'n ly thlieaov'ethlithslheirs
w'rv abl to ke .p Ion with their \ irk
without le sing a single d ay's tin.'. Yt
shiull l k,'4lp a tIott I. of this n'i, iieidy in
your hmlitl I'ri sal'' by all
Monstronm Force of Tornadoes.
Much has been said about electricity
as a factor for destructiveness ini the
various gyrating stormuilouds known
as cyclones. drechoes and tornadoes.
In all of this voluminous illass of so
culled scientific opinions and deduc-
tions one fact seems to have lweni en-
tirely overlooked-viz, the almost re
sisthlss force of wind when moving
with high velocity. IWhen tlhe v'lo"
Ity is but lifty miles an hour, tie' press,
sure of air in motion is equal to twelve.
pounds to thl square foot, aalnd when
this velocity rises to a hundred miles
I'r hour its force rises to tIhe e'itii\alenth
of 41;.2 potu.nds to the squire foot. the
:tugniiit;tittii eof force Ieiig ai lway.V
lproportionil to thlt s liutre of the ve
lh 'ity.
It etds ino furt lhr elaIboratioln or I
amniplillf action of this Stlitellii.nt to eoll i
vey to ihe intelligent reader :i1 idel;
of the monstrous mechanical force
which such a rapid traveling m1ass of
air must have, a power great enough
to tear down any structure that lits
yet been built by man or to uproot
Whole forests of the largest trees nsow
growing on the surface of the earth.


What's In a Namet
"I tlc-anllt very much interested in a I
chance .tinip:liitin i on a railway trail.i,"
said a New York tlergynii. "'liHe was
plainly of Italiann hirth or extraction,
nd sc I rt'ita'rk d to hinii:
S 'W'hire A'rte y3ou ihornT?'
'li .t-noel.' replitd the young uman.
'.And what is your namee'
S"l'iltri.-k M urphy.'
*ll\w illn te world did you get that
tlintt '"' I asked instinctively.
'I t,. lk it.' replied i the young nmn. i
"'WVy did you choose such a nsiilt?'
"'hIenust I wanted people to think I
was an American,' was his reply."

An Interrupllon.
The prayer meeting was held at goodt
Brother W.'s house onl the hill. The
meeting had progressed, and Iprayer
and remarks and hymns had occupied
the time. The hour of closing had al-
most arrived. The dominie in a low
voice said: "Now there is Just a mo-
ment tlft. Isn't there some one who
would like to fill In that moment before


a"Lde 968 eoW n-wio~ w aw a


Washing diMh In the oad way-5 tios a day, 1096 tiones. ay
year in ad year out-mins drudgery.



GOLD DUST

will do more than half t work or y It stens hard water; cuts
grease and grime; makes di-- ---ilmn anw 4olar.
SThl q kest, best and most economical way of
L^ washing dishes, swar. silver, pots and pans.
There's no su c t worthy the name. Insist
upon OOLD DUST.


1\j1L


Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicao. New York. Bton, St. Li--hakmrs of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.


A Military Order In Enmera-ne Captain Vernte .M. ilouvi'. wl.<, :.aised
and cormiianilded .;I corip:i::iy i: i :I ait id
regiment in the SIpatuIisih .Aii'rii'it w',r.
told of a very uniiusuil orlicr Ih- l;irai
glen I'y ani othtctr .(of Milss'iil r-.'gi.
nt(nt lit a('1111i Mt'de'.
"The Missourlan's vuiiiin \\'-:i s c ii.
Ing down a muddy road." s.id ;lain
Boul1vie. "and presentlyy thle'y ':lii to ai
place wilh're( only tou ablreaIst A411141
pass. The' c(uOiiIpI;liy \'was itn ;i .'iltliiiin
of fours. iand the prolliili of getting
them past puzzled their cli214n::hiide'r


cotnplete'ly.


'RIighlt. Iy twos.' Aftr so4ilit hlisita-
tion lite slontetd lpere'Itllri!y:
't;*,, round tlhatt ludhlh':"
"The co'inpulli lhad evvih-'llly lN'ell
Iwtter drilled than their 'oitinuialdeir.
for they broke into a ciltniiii of l\\'vs.
Wh\''en they had lp:iSs.-d tih' :Iwlter. I lis
teidel eatrerly fior the niirxt <''i-llii::mli;l
After some delay th t utni'er -shmitetl
sharply:
..T wos Inter fours. ri-hit simairt.
git' "


Electric Shocks.
p. 111. It is generally supllosed, th-it ehle'ctrit
10:2s sho.Cks at .544m volts will illa\'ri-:bl
11 :27 prove' fatal. lut that sucli is in.t the.
case w:is proved th' lothr d:iy iy v:i
i i nIlli'r t of the llStlilt I it ll ,i', l:ert,, i.
:2. w itll w etted l ,ots I' lI i.Il St.' il ,In the'
:1:111 1 rails eof lht- 'itly ;:idl S.inti l .oiuin
4:10U rail'way%. s.it oil the li\e e'.'itlii'iUtr ma1nl
slapped their' ru'nll inel rI:I:,s % i: !, II',rn
hwiiuls. lie further s:Ad tli:it. prl,,. idl'd
the day were dry ;iand thei o -!Jti nu1t
'*1 noist, it was quite safe t',r lhi ':vr
I;:1; aie ipe4rsoni to haldile li e wr, -. t III'
7:.24 iman fell on a calle carryiin1 :i iicurrentt
s:2* of 3.4m,. volts atnd et's-':l.el with only a
:2 ft'wr brnis. AAnotlter :1i1n wi 's ren4l'red
140:21 ulnct(llsciouis ly ai two thlliiusa:til vdlt


Hammocks



SRefrigerators


Gasoline 5tlves

Ice Cream Freezers


Are Summer Necessities.


A Full Line at


NIV ERS'


iow Art's ake.
Mr. Molr-hlitont. the' nmzlish artist.
while sketchiiii in the tAlps. was I2>!'.
day ill s':air<'h of :a suitaltih lpti'tkground
of dark pines for ':a picture he Ina ti
|Ilati nte'l. lh.I 'eon1,i l :t last tie precise'
situations ll 'i:c i s'l-king. and le t of
all. saiys Tl'it-lit-<. thii r ha- li;e e'nel- to
Ib, a plr1 ty d,.til iin tit liinure of :in

old he 01, 1i. "'1,, r,'::l.l % .l I id. I
Itn Im liit I !;.'in -a tr il until I
hal ind ;Il ;I a tio i if" lhr .hi l., 'n.s it-
vq,. I ut illn :I l'\V iini.1 a-il -l 1m1 .
Slow I,.,- I -.1, l, ., "i ly iblm t nI
I u irlIt' '--' ,f :" i h, r.' 1 ;I .\, rr,d '.i as-


' I1i INII' \TI' : \te I

S \ \\ ,ill ,lo t ,.* r, t
T" l, t a ly outIl, t ,' 1 M I
of ull Vari. ti,- i ,,


it. '4 ii i~~,u-.:


current. but was soon restored iulinurt. itlI ;: g :,. t ri,.tv f pi,.. ,a;ik airlc
A one hundred volt cu'rr'ntt li:is I'eli ,. ast rI
known to cause det':th,. butt such a case 't ,, r t ,, 1
is quite a rare occtiui' Irt. L.'iidolln t .
G lobe. t ,O w,' l. t vlI,-II#. .III,. ri,,r ll,11r
i mn I th* r ;kii niirm in ; sill. i or w iyt
Decidedly I nreasonable. D lihlt lhI lhltlr lauki.il. .1 t -*il lit ere
Clara-Me n re thie in-.st 1inpaIit'nt. f r t is, \\.i11, I.
creatures. Harry kitnws th:tt I lhtve an
off'r froli Mr. Oldclilp. who is just -
rolling in iNeallh, yet llIarry Is just "is Two Names and Two Resulte.-
Ililre;iso;iable anid kIilis.h ";s if he A lirie steamer was once wrecked
thought I r'ly cir-d for that ld riygray. hbecaise ,ne of the sailors was n.l:t lu
lictwad. Harry is so tii;ly ;:ilott it (th:t West. 'lIe vessel wa:. outward lund
he wonli't do in t sta lest f;ivr. and t silr ws
froittl l',tt,'lrd:i:a, fand tha.' sailehr was oat


.1iliter-Wl hat (tilt ou ;isK 111Harry to
do?
C'lara-i1 m.ruly "sked hlin t o \\:it
nmtd l' my scti'olld uslirtiid.-Nt'w I ,rk
V e'k ly.
lie Knew It.
II, was Ieing gently chaflffAd aboutt
his st:aimnrin;. lit' took the b:admag;i
with custolt.mary <,goed 1111111ire.
"'T-t' t llt: 's r ri;lht, hi-Il -l>l ys'" li
St'if, el. '"1'm a s-s sta:l intt 'r'r all right.
\lih \%It vwlh'y: \'h whuevn i w-w-vw-w-
w a \\'lite I w-atit \ iine.lr for n iiin-
Iny s s s:il;:tl. I c c :all for s-s sweet
cider. :tail it's v-viineg;;ir b-b-lIy thel
ti-tii i'i I g- g;'t it:" Stin Francisco
Iiullctiil.


A lIong Dinner.
Durint- thel hi:irdl driiiking days in
S,,tla.1id :I t-,iiltry f'rind., calling ll at
tlihe 4li, r f I..r I IITltn:iild's hiouse in
Eldinlmburh at 1 o'clock in the :after-
Inootti. \\ s il'ire,'r Id by t lie servant that
ht'" jiid&l \:;is ;ti dinner.
"But I t1 ,niulit Ins lordship did not
diln' till l .. ,'i'o lk."
"No tItr,' hlie dos,." saiid the servant.
"but this is ycstrrda.y's diinier!"


I'ore houghlt.
"Wi'hy. I dilin't kiow you lhad weak
eyes. .Mortiiter:" .'excl;hiine.d Ills very
best airl
"I ha \ 'ul't." retuiritid Mortimer ear-
nestly. "I li:i\, t'eline to :isk your fa-
the'r f,-r oilir hai l tiItihit. and it is: a
state l pristonl olene t strike ai person
wi'!riin glasst.s in h t' t.'."-B.roolytI
EaUgle.


Nonprog Krealve.
FrIrntr lDunk-That 'ere hired inn:t of
your0 i is pretly slo\w. :in'ti he.' Ezry'?
'I'.trin'r 11,iiuib;ak- 4'.!s sll"\v tou nitlt e i iht'esstful p llicare'r.-
J thd..

"Epltaphly."
A nian may beI simply riulish during
his lifetime, but in the obituary notice
It is always said that he had the coitr-
age of his convictions.--Denver Post.


S< l \T'h ] {i lt. l \1\'11\ 1 ('| l 1(M I, 1.1"
I t" I I tl i. \ Y : \ it, S i i 1\ ,
"r 1 W;t\+ Ili ;l ,tt ,r *.l w i lth -,'ilti.
.l, li i I i..ns l f r '. i r 1 V I. '. iL \- .
,1,l ,l ," l 'M;-i ,,f i~f i;,.1 1 i. i,\\-}. ( l. "1


""l'!;rI ln l:ln lt, ,r -., l:l.tr s'; nl'.r.'e lil
na Ik ,l ii !! ; .;it \\ rillh h : lil' 'f t
anxiety -if I .-! ,,ili i I- I 1n, l.hing r.
"'(ih. lint I,'-'" I ;: \-wver,',l. 'ltat
why 44o :1 ;-! p, ;. 0 \inouly:'
'(lli. it'-; ithinti-.' she sadly afn-
swered1, onlyv 'in sitting on atn ant
hill.' ""
A l'nuzler.
Thee' chi'id w:ts fur years old. logical.
pe'rl'i.t,1t ;1111 curious. The another
etld ': vore'i d it ;ll 1,si'le contsci'ell-
tiousnss inl\r to dpa;irt from any
st:lte'i,'iilt ,eItwe madle' the child a1s Onet' .iaftiril,.'in thin convtrsationu oc-
Cur 'tl :
"'.M, it lur'. whbreo is your grandmoth-
er'"


"In In i is 11 dea:r."
"Oil" '
O h ;. i..> .I .1 1 Tf4 lo Tf fr T


dec, k poli,, in- som e Ibr:>>sw ork. S t il-d *" "* I' l l 'lr "t at-1 -' ti "
denly the captit i cllh'cl him and tol2 to i '.r i. :t h ,tr, Itl:t
lin :1 g.o II, I, o T'i,' s it' l 'ti'ce'r ,l N thr. li.ididn't I cti e fritn hlca'-
tlhe l,'r l',' ti.ar tl ht .' '*-: il l ll out1 ell
tlt,' I'I I : .II 1 t! l l nUll t it \v;. l 4 It' se
r, T t, chlag' ti ,' ,'' lt th ,s-.,I "\\ tll., I th''r. it s awfully funny
to % St. II, I ll --.::. : l tI-( uit l tlhat 1 iL ',. t rte'I:tn- iil thali t thet s. Il', ',:',I ti ,it, 1, griutld:i..ti, ti r,. Ne'\ York Tin 's.
sh, 1:1l. "T1h l i t 1n :i,' -..-It 1 It .' ltuleT'rs tof
I!,,- w.-w I thI..n n o. .<:. n.o I r g thln Ch. t'o hram.
lline'1 1ti l :ii 11 : si. 1tt l Th, l ,,- ri ilf t elt ig t.nttr-t in t 'he
e 'l- t tII n Ow Ir I l' t i P-7 i1 a Ci nr11" p .. llk l'ingiel ri. and t lh Nkesw
l h i t.li lout t !i li' ha Y rk z,,,'v .id,:t ';rd'e, i( l t h y find it
I t'y -, r a itr ,1,y.i Iit, lilts atasyt to suIpi their fe taiw u charges,
ian '. h t'i A 1 4i l i ls lf w itIh tilht- ii l of fod tl hat thlley spe-
11:lv 1 hl'.r. Ill !hefir llt\, tla ld >-o-
I y iv \ lr:ti ; : r" I I 1; \ 'rr \ :I s i g r eatt "l l i I n tit. Il I o
f :b \a, l t s lit chilftl oan ,si Ilier ai d lss
and dail i 'r s ;ini d ota l >t jectit itna lle siaket's,
l m t i but ;i: isih,, :lh <'\''ry rfl,,rt is un:ade to
tn -I ntuf i o, iy o of 1 he-. < 'll"'it h i;r ,it;lss sit k1.,i -s to sai tis vy tihe
I 4 1 yt1, lp titf of1 th!, il imariso,,t ,l colbr'as ;tt
I .d Ih ,i l ld o11. III e" tt le h t t --t.'. t''n t~ h y ti t I i, t. ,Ite t
,1 h e t .t t t, t o il It I r.'is ;a!d inis e.'t, w which they do) not
of Illa \ t'.t'. Th l i.'tt ttlhitiltlt he ibad
,\ 4 i.,t ,l'er "A.d,%:II h ii particilarl*y lik' t Othe -r varieties of
di.atll ruS he' ura with sl'ch di shl i c t l esti sleii s 'are fed mainly oi toads,'
n d irit thlat the Ctlly ,rke ani d C, stId rilIbbits. English sparrow s
ti d. arti also pturrhasd for them.i.
Entinx an Orange.
W :l^'Iwn oiIran'cs are c'ut i,'ross and ent-
('tlN %ilh t a spo(n sonw a'\vlt of their
This signature is on every box of the genuinel :tttn. sll, .IS g, it is i n arli-
Laxative Ly. T beta t,::,1 ;y ,t"I' ,atil 1 this fruit, ut often ll
the remedy h cme aee la m eIe da nm 1,1t, tli t-most 'convenicntt. The way
ii i \\ h'Ili th- lv t llics is one of the
tdral I.clks to this inu thil. By taking
No Ta e or Matematlc. it Illt. and t tting litt, cirle
"H1,,w mI Vny ti,. dlid you l ote il cril ,,,il t,1. ...,re, il h,.i-. .rt thwis t.ld-
tf ie ev-cl"t ;tll,,,!- ., ? ,, f ,,t jl Ie to fly is largely, y '4,111l-
TI,, i :-,oTr : i, it, t.t'., ,'.cdt S,,I f;iri., tus pi iple never
"'\ T\\ i t,~' .; o .0 l* I, \ t40 1t' tlh'ir l r mS;ll l.Is I 'I"-r lls ; illd i llleV ."r us
fl s d.d o. 1 o a slo,. Iut 111.l. ad .'lt tII,1 in eighths
"'MA IarI' I. 1. l .a'l,'d t11 lo rilsOlr. i l th h i l,, ; tl ;1, the, juice (t"1"o
: lt re n : i,. inl !-". '1,1"t .\ k ,now t l, l'tt;. [ ',," o1, s..


ita t *oitii 2 Ut.' 'U.iJ t !i.M.j I ie, toa Ii x4,i u il I: jii'

1: '~ .* I* .j. pWithtMe to, 'u, ~. at t IIe',,.4wui
Ii, 1 i.- '*. ur 5i'4 tc'luse tile tillc [it- 1)11:11a lkst (f. i ce Sp mi d aaillaz-
dc.lu:l 1-i Lip. oI ~U~. 1% h Iuried 'wiith 11441it ii 211' :thtimie %it utlhis ih5 '-
CieIw' l~ul ill tt I' Ill itStie lep 'i-lue taiu.wtreduaceol tile bird 'to ashecs,
W4'16J4is.1, 1,.,!j oef tile pi'VIi.ttlout ti' 'uhicb lie spi'uug to Lve :ijiiather

ll.Uin 4-fthe otlipl' S'5is posted 91 p'' Lill lfty oritiices ill his luxitbroug~j
( Io- culintg fo'r lv Cutott Ulichtlt.e(f Whicbhle still.-melvdiolus aii s.

Discovered. lfe Talk.


Doom a w b" oftw
Mou~ no&.to o.ft*z-iA
FurwasbkkSkwo
at reasomabeprkm.


Cottaer Aveame, Daytos


NEW BAKERY..
Having purehaed Mr. Lindb7'i in-
tert in the bakery businem,
removed to the...
Hiarroun Building
in the rear of the Opera House, where I
will continue the manufacture of Bread,
Pike. Cakes and ail kinds of Baker's
o1 Ml4, and will furnish Fanay Cake.,
.aci'trinfs. Kissme., etc. to order. Orders
also taken for plain and fancy IceCreams
and ice. put up in brick forni if desired.
Thanking all my former patrons for
their trade in the past I hope to merit a
i contiiniuawe of the same. Call and see me.
Win. Stifling.


FrOR
First Class Work


Daytona Ice Co.
Wm. WHiKIm;., Mana .r.


PURE ICE

Male from distilled Water.


l'.i tory Ol'sn froi 7 to 12 Sundays.


Volhsia Avenue and


Losley C&

Titus 4


Railroad.


POOL s

andRTTO tARD

ROOMS. *


Gasfitting

Steamn and Hot Water He
Estiunates Furnished. Work 6
P. 0. Box 2.7,
Offite at Enropean Hotel. Shopsi
DAYTONA, FLOIUDA... a





Mention this paper and .wd W
P'rit- List. I
Winston Dis. Ca
Winston, N. .
Lowest Price Whiskey Hoqmm,
-


S. H. Gove,
AR'ITNI.rT. BuiLrsII AND Co.1vm
ReIidence and office, northeast coim
Ridlgewmxd and VIolusia aveneaw
h'lione $9. Daytona, Floil


Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS. Proprietor.
Ilttes #2.(N) per Day and UpwI
Special to Regular 1B4oarders.
NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDJ


HEADACI




At a ea 25sf
fl^OBm


50 VEAMt


Ii


hIIt inchess s.-rvfld at all hIII rs.
4 )yt,.r stws a sI-.'ialty.

Constipation

Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
your liver! Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti-
pation, headache, dyspepsia.
25c. A'! dr'-. i-ts.

I Want your moustache or Itw.rd a biautifu I
brown orrich biuk" Th.ivb I
BUCKINGHAM'S DYEwhiAkers


rT~s


A bandebomely nflhtsec
ciiiatto.tn'f any nitrli'inuLTm.g
year: folura,~ntbs. SL ~tvd byallft To~.'
MUM& Cur"@ 0. .
once. 'tf V StW ..Washtinuom. D.


Bingham & Maley,


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Legal Notices. Furnitl

Notice.
Th !,' I ,' :r r y nt ili'.,l that o l I I | c
a ft.rI M ,'h I'- ':. a l ,I -i' ,, 1 rln iiii-.
.1 h i 1 tn %i ll I- ii.
r,, t iri1., kn J.. A p rlii. li m ikv-
"' "" *' "" ''",,,,, """ Paints and Oils
'tT\ < "'.<]k .


ure and

making.


Notice.
I l r. in,. .. New line of Waste
.l *.'.jTi ,,' itt-a .r. :':t ., r,, rr,,. th, '^ W 1 C 'i e i i .u
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i\. i or1' 'r h' -l ir i; i ri- 1 .l t h.. i I.'1iII k' ,1 T"
i r tii. i', I ..r l iSt ,,irl.,-.. th i 1,, r ", .,'rl a t r
iki -i r.rt Coolers,
-'lhJ, ," I, .I til II I I < J'| ,I li lllrlt W a t1s
tl il, 1 .r t ii i lin t 1 1 ; II mI : ;Il 11.. I \

"'h r, i mitc ,ii ,- M ill h. -u t i l ti i 'tr '.., iii
41r'l : li r M .\ I' 1 .i i jS
11 ,r, r, i h K .N \ i N ; .
i ""iiAl Al Refrcrators.


(I'ir't i'nl>. April h2 ; last M;I. "] )
Citation of Administration.
In countyy (.',inrt. I
\',,1 ..in i l ('r nty. Florida. i litati,".
i\ Ti :; .11 111,t: 4)1" SAil) oi 't N :
\\h l-'as. (I'. I.. Smilih has alpplivl to'
this C'iuit fer letters eof .iiIdniistratitetu
,1on the lEs'.tate ,f Arttur i' i-For. lstt.dei-I
lhte of said rolunty of Vollsia.
Th,.,.se ar,., thirfl'ore, tio iite a1il atl-
inoiiish all and 'ii ilarl- til kindt, ',ed nt1 li
r ditort uf siatid d I "';r eifiori. this .'tirt. in r' l,,.fi re tIh,.-
14- i'" 1.11 1 ,, IInt .. t I I '. ;1. 1,l h it ,.
oll i-,lloll. If atIi y thy he tV,,. ,to, h t I .h r:1 lft-
ii le'tte -,- s alforiesi;id. thi,'\\t. is' thi .
i-;ii'. \\ill h.. girintl te.,I as pil.'. ,
S it I1llr-, II v titi t.i l a s C oIIIIt\ 4, of-,I i f
tl il. it,, nty ;f --sieI this 2:i- hl viyV of
.\1lril. l!P1i2 .1 I.F.t i1h.4, l i',t .
ountIiy Jlllg''.


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Laundry Drying Plants

All Work Done at the VeryLa
Eslimatea CheT


Furnished.
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LOCAL T CARD No. 40. In Efect April 15, 1902.
-- MM. uOTuoaUM-sa0 UP.

Da Day Am UL g*. 78 N 3
SI Dilly Daily
S ................ ....ll..... ........Ar 700 8 55a 4
S M -- ...... ......... o e.................. L 6 8p 7 4
'40921&.p................. Je n1 l 0 .
-------------: .::: : -- -- 1s
7 i, P--... ..... ............. R eos...... .............. ,9 .
S 7 -** ........ .......... ll o ... .. 4;
............... E.... .. ..,r-d........ .. .. 5i 38 &
S..................-..... L.e. ....D........ .......... p1 S a
...D. s.o.... ..... a. nage... .............. M -

L4 .. ...... .. .. .. .... ... ...... .. .1
.. .. ............... ..... .. .. .. .. p .. s.. ..
S. a ... ............... .. 3.............
S. .... ..................Melbourne... S......s p a
.... 00 ........................S batOianl......ass.... ,5 i
S....... ................ ee..... ....... ...... ... ....... "

P ........................ FortPiere ......U.. .. U 0
S ...... ... ........ White City...... ...... ....
S. ............... a.. lb tR.... .. ... ... .
P ". ....Eden....... .: ........ i S ..
.. ... ............... Jen-ort iere...... .........li0ia.
....... I ....................... ..8tarty................... i a.....
P ......................H ope Bound......................... t 4 a'... ....
7 .. ..................... We it ......... 9
S................. ... n n ......... ....... 10
Si ................ .. .tL oua dr .. ... ............... 7
S' ....... W PO m B h
..... Ft.Lauderdle...............
S..... .... ... ...... LAmon City ..... .. ......... 6 a .
Sp ...... .... ....... M iam i .... 61 a .....
BtUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN'S ,AND 753

BRAt LNCH LIar=S SChIUJUL,.

PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA.
S. 6 s l 1s. 4il. 1 41 47.4 No. 48 60 .4N.

lly a ly i 5tI aaily Dail Day aily aoily
7W-t Pal1 atk..1....... 25 a 7 25 a-1203' p525 'j.-k
TsPi go lpNit&65)a aAr .East lPlatka 1.-,6t0a 70f148t1 -5 05p;7 05p
MAYPORT B RANCH.
as.19't 'IIiift J 6TLt1,r.R. me. 6 ceO. I0a ISNo.
DMIly tl tyy ;D i lyjDillyDaly
SOF 9, I ,arv .... ............a cksonvilen..... ............ 1 p
I p S too1. II aLv n.... .......... I bloBeach .... .... .... v 745a 11 i4a5 Stop
I is p 3e00a Lv ..............Atlantic Beach ... Lv 74 40 1 ,i Ie 50p
I3p I110 p 10_l25aAr .... .. ......... Mayport ...... l. 7L Ja1 ll 2 a 1 5n 0 v3
BAN MATeO BRANCH.

Uly Dily STATIONS. 'l. 4 5.
7 U5pt 5 15 a l.v .... ......... East Palatka ........................... A &r -087-IT
8lp.n g:aAr San_ Mat.o ..... Io 540aa SIp
SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

DN ly i T l U-.No.3. I 52M. 4
l ITaily iDa ly Dailvyi S lA c '. t
ioa Lv ....Tits.%ilt. .. Ar: lp '305 10 1aLv .N.Srvrnra .A lr p _63 0p
T ilsaLy ...... ....... 1, 1 pP 3 pll 21a Lv Lake lel2ln l.v5l2Sp Sop
NaI Lv ........ Aliet........ .1lv!l 2 a i 09 1 I1 39a l.v Oranr. ,City Lv 12 1tij., 4 t p
:Ar ,Lv ..... nterpr-en ...... Lv.II 0 1pli 45a Ar.Ong t'. Cty JeLvi tOp1 lp
a sa.Ar Sanfo.rd:.......v It41)a
Tes T e Ti ll.m"e ti4 h-w h h time.-i at wijeh traii rae y 14.' e1X o ,I a r, a'rive lad de arg
ftra the several -ltatlos .,s. I,-t their arrival ur departure at ties tnli.'- 'tuted is nlot guararante.,i.
a de the ('oBt'nll'i hi,ld It.lt reiponsiile fur sany delay or .'aiin V.,'Nite'lieU.eL arielug

PUeislar and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
BETWEEN MIAMA, KERY WEST AND HAVANA.


SOUTHBOUND.


NORTHBOUND.


In. Miams. Mon q e.ts .. .. 11. p I.v. Havana. Tu. t1 iurr10. i ,1 a
Ar. Key West.Tue- tnlrs .. ..... 12 30p Ar. Key %% e-.t, luee "I hur- 6 30 p
Lv KeyWeot Tie- Thuir ... .......... g 30i p l.. Key W\V.,'. ie, "Ihurs ....... 7 03 p
Ar. Havana. ,-W Fr. ..F -.1. w _a At. Miami \\%r,ts Fi- .a.1
For copy f I.. .. a Tin,. Card. a.ress any Agent.
J. D. RAINIER, A..t. Oen. PiM. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.



C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY



T7 SMilk, perquart ...... S-. T 10iiit-i i-r irnal ::n<
rCS Cretam, per quart..... 5-. It HI!tt.r Milk. u, i ....

Prompt Delivery to Ainy I'art olf th'it at .\%i Tih..


A Seury ot Professor Huxley.
Professor Huxley. Dr. Wayland de-
dared, was once sitting at dinner be-
side a lady who in impassioned tones
asked him whether be did not think it
a very terrible thing that the iRev. Mr.
Jones. the vicar, should have adopted
the eastward position In administering
the sacramentt "My dear lady." l he re-
plied. "I am told by Sir John llerschel
that to drop a pea at the end of every
ille of a voyage onl a limitless ocean
to the distance of the nearest fixed star
would require a fleet of 10.OiU ships,
each of 000 tons burden-, all starting
with a full cargo of peas. Now, do you
really suppose that the Maker of the
Axed stars considers this new position
of Mr. Jones a serious thing?"
Some lhunetle Speillug.
Before We couLI'linr of the sl.'llii.:
of our daughters we should iperlmhaps
take exceptional It the lrimiciationi ,of
our fathers. Most of tile ec'cetiiticitit's
in spelling conlion to children arise
from their Attht'illts to relproduce words
an they hear them proniountced by their
elders. A child who was told to. make
a list of a!l the fruits she knew wrotee
down. "Apis. st-orlbriz. rarsilriz. gtooz-
bris. bnarnkers." Another ispetlled the
word "idea" with the additioii of all
*r." "Idear!" exclaimed her teacher.
"That is a funny way of spelliial
idea." lHer pupil, however. wa %s inot to
be outdone. "I know." she answered
readily, "but I spelled it that way fur
short."-Londou Chronicle.


AN ODD CALLING.
The Prrofesionnl BRuile.m Adviser
and iiu Meltliiod.
Oln* of the itd-lod t estof i.iupationsi ise
that (of flie, proute.4-i 1ii.!tl "bli-uiiie s :td-
viser." If ypiour il:i1s i're niiot en'tldlct-
ed to ,your likii,; !i:- -.*nitli- ni: f ior :i
iconsiiertllioll \\ ill ti:tal i ;i liii -.If ini
+i i1 o:lie ,, i ii 't I, tl ,ii', I Te'.s :'ll 0 it
I is ti.s o ii. 'l \\ !t l i'. t' eil, oiit isf-
fairs for a weeK o 1r :l;' i t %,-our opl-
ltion. :it tli,' i'tl ed l i\\ 1ih ii tin li Nt w ill
'',i prep-i1rel'd 1o pol ilitl o t li.' f.ltillts of
yvei ir sI "ttrlli. ifll 'l.o 't,'-: \\ t,. lie'.lee't
tlie-ir duties. I w-i S :a.et of es5t'ilIit'es :iIdI


THOROUGHLY CHINESE.
Can to In One of the Oldest Cittli
In the World.
Canton, the capital of the province
of Kwangtung. has a population of
about 2.00M.000 and is one of the oldest
cities in the world, and until the port
of Hongkong wass opened it was the
export city of the empire. Its old
walls and fortifications. with their old
guns, are all now obsolete and entirely
neglected, remaining only as nionu-
ments of departed ages. They have
never been of service excevtl as warn-
ing of danger to an iuvali;:-, foe and
no doilit had the desired'! efl' the last half century.
Canton is said to lbe' aiolutely and
thoroughly Chinese, and there is no
other city in the empire that is more so.
There It exists today, with its narrow
streets. Its old tetmples, its wealthI. its
extreme poverty mian its peculiarly
constructed buildings. and when one
considers the habits and customs of its
l'eople and their achievements in the
arts so characteristic of that country,
its ancient history so resplendent cen-
turies ago, unless that history is a fa-
ble, and sees there now so) much that
Is tilthy and repugnant to common dei-
cency and civilizations thie present
state of the country needs but to be
seen to be condeinr'lo,.
No stranger is respected sor safe from
insult within its limits uilests lie has
official or military let:irin, ir is in
care of a trusty ginie'- one' f their own
countrymen. ar'rred Neit' p it lbl r:lry i.
cense and power.

Friendly Foes In Kentucky. 1t2.
In these matters oif prici-iple not a
hand wis raised to pirevent a frree
choice. No feeling tf pers atl hatred
stood between those who saw life's du-
ty differently. A neijlibor to the right
of a little horne c:allhd one evening on
bis neighbutr to the left. lie kissed the
Children and shliok hands with the
Jia rents.
"'1 liay not see \*,cl\ :';tiii. 'l'T ilght I
go to joinI Moriani,"' lite s:iil.
Tihe host went ti h:s little ward-
robe. took thertef em I:. is t'it; tit,
thrust it pistol l it,) the [,l'"'t t and
threw it over tite :arti of his guest.
Iotli were pr,,cr llten. iin \d i IteTr :lI-
proachled. The ret'illicir t itt il'tel toi
return it "'N ,." .si,.l t!;e' li]>i'--" i,e.
you take this 't.,it. tontlr 1:11 i-t to li) e
one of priv:atioil; l(e : Niles, In \ n l't need
it. Tom. ri-,owe' rtl ing \eiii i ri hrl -i to
enlist. My 1 o\terntne t l1;i. o\ reuits,
to spare. :itl pit., s to',. ,.11 \\ I go
sotith i i lii ii ildn er. 'd Ill'!-s .n 1,
friend. M:ay we re'turl to icit'et ;ig:rin."
-l.'rank Leslie's P'oplar NMolntly..

Through Other speelealem..
sillle very gs,o"d l ti'ri''. ;T,' l 'l t l '
the impression, n 1i1i.4l1' ciipoii tll,--'c w% h I
atteriel 'for tilt, lirt tiiie, li N \r,' hy liili
c l i'rei l'.,oI r i li, n rr0it Is*, \ ii .li 1 'I
els thor:it' frau i1w i :11.l !T \i iii i;
Mil' y lie \'ir-: "i'l '. y :i ", :3


hlto lit e ii l t it lh ', I \ i',. \\ il, r. I l c +,
1 r'et 'r l ie i pliei r iii< 'I i r iV O\\
churcli ," is a curn l t sLoi'y. at it' liulc's.
l \e' no t e allilsiIL \\%;! s 1!w t ii-
luent of thie elil.i y 'Sr,.i, lit ( ilr1iti
whose relatives -;iid t-, 1' -r :Is thtey
were lea4 i .0 :ilfte'r lhi' --':%\ i',:
" ell. Aunt ,1.i net, dlid \u lienjoy tlc
ser\ ice''
"'.' w\eel." satidl .Ii 't ill re'po'lls'.,
"it's \eria i;lt'ere''tin'. Iut \\ a:it a w 'y
to sipelid te Sali'athi:--.'- Nei ul
Tilices


A 'retlie With German.
An estimable woman of Milwaukee
is an earnest member of a local Ger-
man class, but her methoel of proilloune-
ing so lie of tihe words, ait least iln one
specific i nstan ce. aroiuedil the nl tt ii tof
er compallinilions. At a recent iteetiliI,.
of the cl-iss one ol' t e >eli .l-lti tins ill the
da.y's '.\x lrc'ise w Ait-, **Ar l'\I i, iol. l-iil
ihi-t l1l :\i> ; a le to le' in t;i''rmliiin'"''
' lis etui er i ti t i. i' ni l:ii-
g tt\\ is.'" rue inig. "\t s. c 'ri iiy.' It
so tetlle'nlieel lthit It MI p,,lri .cit t0li-
anI \\ is. 'c i lledl itp i ,' a l ii- u' iite i
arl :liiitswer. Slite t tlii'li.i lii" ch l e'is-.
tioii all right. i'ut t'oi\t ilet'd the class


tinll '. anlill st i=1 t "-I i:n..;i s of ii ip li .. by I. re;i!i:i ic the. \\i r l;.s \\.ty. .t,1;
exterlill.- ailcd .!,lti I **l'L .111nr ai:tihs ee g %%. Z""
Ill a s(01111 r 41i0 .i-
The w ,ord. ,i,, .ted :-,I,, fr,.!i lthi- mo.l- 111'0. ne a Pen -l.
.est I 3 0 I Itl ti l i l l V .,. e I ,,1.I c ... i t :1 A ;'. o t h -
' i,.f Ih' I,' c:eri. c+, 'I ; \ i i- ITiI,.iet t'-i i ,1; c'I I, wI tI. :t 'i',ti,.
'ii,,-i.f ,1 11 ici: i. la l' I- 't .' .i .i'c r h*t li i'li 1 *it ".. I I -' 1t *t l%" e'.
ti,,i. %% ill ei 1 4 It 11 :1 1 1 1 1i :.t 1 1:1 'i L o III'.i e
i,-o i ',,itiIloli' li t -I "l n i i tl iit il ,'Iu i II t' i ti l .-
c', .-i 'i t-I- i 1t it i ill" 'l 1T el i t'i I il l I l tltt.' I + \ I.it I le ni t,11


'lprof'. i,.n l 'c l"c'. fsr li, alil M. rl s I telp oi tier.,' n <:ii It. Ti I t''
iv% hi s 'c-c' i I ';ia!"i] -, a 1 il. -1'14 i- cc,, I c lic 1ll t'tIllltv' Iiti t' 1 1i 1t "1 I .: ;,1 ii ,It:


plenty i .f .i l'. l i,,I,,1 .h-- i ..s o"i ,,f a l lne.- A .u.. h t s i* '". ''_' i
iritce'l.% c m il hlhl ,I "rtl '-l, ;ti lh I t-iI i ttttti'e' ciit-c 'essa y l!ctI itec., l. tt, hi- I l t,.li .i h

th ise :-I i 'in I ,'' ,! !tI- li l '- l'. T i h, Itl -t. I i' l i, -t ti I !. .I!t \,, I i;i' t
ihsn lity ,,f t ,tvl tIll T I I:- li, lTit ," :ii%,f cilt .,rr,.-- l e. ci c.-'lLt:kilt-".

''ln:tl1 antil ;t.-;T i- lnl t f.rl t i e' 1. 'l4ti It ''1 .nrcl' Il old Il uT.,1i..
.%l-ur c re'ltito, '" It i- ti' -.tt,'-. 1.it-n. fliThe' Itu-'ii as l:,1 ; tIi I Iw .yI
-s l lit. al igi %e 1, i:l. phil l i;:i l i ,., w tLic i a!iylt he w l\i,, rewP 0 h:i ;* l! ll -
S_ otltlel"'s be ir: l rd ,,llll 1 "I, t ,'I 1 1 '- :
Water ( l.o.k. In t hinl.. times sa nicti :is f,,rI cttn- ,.;.' t i1::i-
In tihe hit.-l,.!s .f li, T;iil.t ,tiy t- gelr. ain d thlite i [.o.t;i!nite ;iuil \ ilh'e ot
it is Stated tIhat illn 'i r-i.i ;it lit,' -. thie ppeti .lac e t:irc itrle n l'r i ;i;-t!it''. l'.


pe'ritod there wis a tlca l h'-pirli *. a ter-
Too Mueh Appret*ahlvl. ;rnve li.ar thte -il:.ie 11iitId of '1 ,all
A biography of Huxley dwells on the i ici' t nitii tiwell c e in c t:ii l l:il-.
annoyaDce which heit suffered from o iT, oif wh .i fell cv.'ry hlilr lloni t1 i: ii
borea. But the plague had its funny li tii tIe i suck he li .lit s TotrrIetly. It
Side. Huxley enice wrote to a friend: i de,.nie',d net unliiket' th:it lIl'- iin-ilru
"I bad a letter from a fellow 3 ester- ,ie,.it ) is iteiiti.tl with the et I.*l.lrit'd
4ay moruihig who must ble a lunatic., to ,,lse ti ich htl tkil- of l'eir'-i:e tcitt ill
the flrect that lie had been readmgl my the, 'yv.ar ,e7 tee II 'ili'emrilie.
AIys, thought I was the man to sloenld in ,lsi tit .i t 'heastireoner Tsi.in: pro-
a msath with and was co.liiigt down biy dtuetd1 an ittiproleni t tion all former
thio o'clock tr.iii attended liy his s'v- instrtulients :1 mliethiiie arra n'Le td il :
e0 children amd hi.s inother-iu-la:" stort of miniuitire tt'r'cite tle feet hiihi
-ind d;i\ ilcd' iioh tlirtee strikes. lli
The Je pot p Deroed. works being; in tie lliidditl. T\\'l-ie iim-
A wIbecrilr a;sk.W. "What is a jackpot ages tof niei. oia.' for every h.-ur. ;tp
that I read ..'ct il once in awhile. and pt'eredl in turn Ili alei ite'ilig
What seenli to be i .ce ditticulty in get- the teriaee'. An llicher :."t 4f ait'in'It i
c ig it o! -,.*-" sl 'trlci. tlhe hit,'ir- :inil A Jack|:-i is -tit f.ir properly cooking 'iit,.', li-u.:ieS ,e litild Htilt loc\\est t'
A and iN, t -;,,--.all. reciemuiended for ry.
Imlkls. It lii .i l ocll tk. over three The upllk'Er st-l is dier\ th l to as-
i na ila So Itav i'e 4:1it'ir d n le1 ilciidlig lt oil i tihn. .Very li x ii lieXiiilery lninlst
t1 --Aueriecau Threstiermalii. have been requic-s.d. As to the liattire
f .. the ic..i i..i ii iIotlihil is kilowni tX-


i* man who leaves church just a 2
I tlllection Iplatem starts around oau I
we been taken suddenly ill, ut bt


I aU 1 uV a1 I .- .... ...... .. .. -- --,I k
cept that it was kept itsnrcg ,11 fal!lint
water.


tihe f:ect tIi:it. illth.i-li itI t >- of aL it'-
w as est'i :lt--l ;it \s sL ii];,_. t Tlic .s
of tihe I.'e ilt \\ ia e -t. iii.tt.I :it i.-
l.ondoi i tD.lo0ie.
I'eilnci Illinsi to I.i.ni .
So bit're1,11 --'d !1.1 lhr4i\. 11.1 <.,iI sfiv-
lit.' t'e .I i ''t li'- T,-" It 't'| :, t '\ i'' \ \\V li l'ti'.
lie s.-.t s it 'l. i.t l b .r "- t'.-' i.i~-
t' m I\ II.
Stlis dii i- I"'- It .' % 'l' : Ie .
Illiitlt 'l 'iit ti n'v le l riil "11i. 1 kten
i tI- er a I 1al.- i1i 11i> t>l'li:i l It a' ,I 1.

d I liirl l .l t trini.

I.e s i l :s'. t' e 1 **" ; I i +! t ,'.*-* o f 1
_ -f l!,e i! 1 I i- \ -. fi
l, ;ar ; I.t-M i:. K i L eim In
S :I.t c n I I,


Much i'leain' it'r.
". d,.llt B ut If l'!ti L;\en .l!y
c ihoU te ill l. ili:lttetr I'd rIdil. : te ru Ti-
'il l .' p :,,-i ,'le t) Ili.i'l 1 '.I ;a l \ :'+" it\ .
'I i'e pree.' '-- t i '. C c. t c'.; :il '.'-"- c' i-
cace i'1ost.


I DAYTONA TRANSFER .
ke Pdeliv rPZtLLMtZR & RIx, Proprietors. g g i





Moweo&" amay oons M
in toWa. Eth rom a


Rubber Tvi Carr.ages Fiue nHorsesa v AL.L 31066 1 ss C andIWCZ myrasssaw,&
We are well equipped for "'-Straw Rides." The wt m.wbthsel... 8ae.*MO mw* NIO Op0 o*W..k a"l Wimd
'Buses meet:all trains and take passenger to ,ay prtV*W tWly.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stamm eppeIW i lPWabhin l. et
Telephos 17 UPHOL8TERER and
SV. [ MANUFACTURER of HIGH GRADE

-----* s******--p--*s P* Moss and Fiber Mattresses.
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stores.
S1a Your Old Furnituren. ade astoodasNew.
F ll & I len Beach st.and Belleviw.ve. vayton.F
: I I |II IJ Drnggist

.J.... -- DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
SThe i Lrgest and Most Complete Stock E. )ILLINGH.\M, Proprietor.
of ItIrugs in Daytona. Prescriptions comn- McClellam poumud.,ed by ltegisterd l'harmacist only. S T, it _.


SPerfumery and Toilet Articles. Work and Wood Yarid. l'Y'.l, .tOrder."Phone70.
TRY ( 'R I'INE TAItl 4)W;H IIIAl.4AM-25 cents a bottle. 4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Beach street. 'W W % lf 4 DAYTTOMA. WLORtI DA
****************** FOUNTAIN CITY PHARfIACY,
NoRTH BEACH STREET
BOND & BOND CO Has a elect StkofT......
(INCORPORATED) DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS. PATENT ME1IiIlNS. HIRLSHES,
-MANL FACTURERS .OF- COMBS AND TOILET SO.AI's.

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Perfumery and Fanc, Toii.t Articles.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, wo

lOOr", Sidin0ag,' ^ n CDR. .. M. JONES, proprietor, can I consulteld lproi.ssiolaiil.v during btwiueM
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock. hours; office hours Sundays. !.:4n) to 10o::( a. 11.; 2::1t It 4:30) p. m.
'Phone 83
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager Trowell's Express 4 Baggage Line '


"SAN MATEO" TheNa


It's all Florida.
\hy i l.i iiiIoItte.tl i. ir. m.' iira i nfmii hu ;ivy tro'ival tobat 'o. dct.orede with opium
i.'I ,'thi.r %ii lgn -. \ h. li \illn u, la hi tIv i the- pi-re Florida leaf at a five-cent price?

S ... .......... FREE BY MAILITO ANY ADDRESS.

S. W. ROWLEY, tSl.^,.-


HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
,1. 1. GODWIN, Proprietor









FINE WAGONS CARRIAGES.

Horse-Shoeng Gand Rep>iringK
N.\.. Ii ,it I.1iil'.-'r YIrd'.. Daytona, Flit.


BUNNELL'S

Saw and Planing Mills
RO G. AND Ir',EilSD N ti, furii.liEh all kilids of

ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE


LUMBER


ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.


WE MhI"i ALL COMPFITrIION.


Offie in the l'p-to-liate leK'iarlr Shop.


'I'V.it.'oisenre 93


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


...m...e..eoooooommoeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeee


It is a Fact


Th It '. h.ive their line-r, ;i,.c.t->stiis'iit ,l
igl t-eIirit,. in th ie city I'ri.i' ar. righlit.


D. F. MORRISON


Long's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


Cormor 3.acKIStreat and Second Av'itnue.


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Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot *

Water Heating. *


Agent for the Ericsson
Quarterly Report of the Equitable Building or

and Loan Co., of Daytona, Fla. Enge. Noth
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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.
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.



HOTEL MELVIN
mortlryl iL li at e'*d ;i

C rally Locat. ii G. M. EATON,
A&A&PJA U ,4-' W


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CDOOW GED THE CORN


n- it in i the oruin of "I ac-
6 to issw as m sr, which is ned in
S o Wi admittlUg t ilurme or av-
U- S heba atwltted: In 182 Andrew
:@ wa was;In congressd tiscuss i the
pr esd of protection and uid In the
a: tsof t is remarks that Ohio, Ken-
Seky and Indiana sent their hay-
h tea. cor ield and fodder to New
eTrk and Philadelphia markets to sell.
Cares A. Wyckllffe Jumped up and
sid: "Why, that Is absurd, Mr. Speak-
er. I call the gentleman to order. lie
g eating an absurdity. We never send
S aystacks or cu-rfields to New York
r a Philadelphia."
"Well, what do you send?" asked

S "We send," replied Wyckcliffe,
S"h%= cattle, bogs and mules."
-Well," continued Stewart, "what
makes your horses, cattle, hogs and
is? You teed $100 worth of hay to
a hsme; you get on top of your hay-
tk and ride off to market How
about your cattle? You make every one
S arry $S0 worth of hay or grass to an
g laaim market. You send a bog worth
o0 to market. How much corn at 33
e ats a bushel does it take to fatten it?
rWhy. thirty bushels. Then you put
thirty busbels of corn into the shape of
a beg and make It walk to an eastern

Before Stewart could proceed further
Wyckliffe arose and said, "Mr. Speak-
r,. I acknowledge the corn."


SA story Is told of a canny Scot who
S 4llt In old horses, alternating his
pells of labor with heavy sprees. Dur-
Mg the period of depression which fol-
Slwed each overindulgence John habit-
S ally took to bed and there diligently
studull the family Bible. During one
at these fits of attempted reformation
hi condition prompted his wife to call
I the Rev. Mr. Wallace, the parish
ialaster, who at the time happened to
r be passng.
"Oh, Maister Wallace, come in and
s oor John. He's rale bad."
"What's wrang wl' him'r
He' s feart to meet his Makker,"
said Mrs. John.
Quick as re came the crushing re-

"Humph! Tell'm he needna be feart
Owr that He'll never see'mr'

CUt s WHE N oiTORS FtAI..
Mm r. Frank Chiaasion, i'attersnii. la..
writes June Sth. 119411: **'I iailm ialaria
h er in very liad form. was under treit-
meat by doctors. but as soon is I
stopped taking their mnedicinei tlhe fever
would return. I uilse a samples Iottle
ofHerbine, found it helped nme. Then
bought two bottles which olnlitletely
cured me. I feel grateful to you for fur-
aisking 8u4'li a splendid niu-line. and
ea honestly rn-ounwilnd it to thosw sitif-
eing from maliria. aw it will surely
cure then. Ilerbine. 'Stk, lottle at J. M.
Jones.
No failure is gvaiit'r tiha tint failiur tto
do right.
FoR THOSE I HO L.Iv : o- FAK&Mis.
f Dr. Bergin. PIana. Ill.. writes: **i lihave
umed Ballard's 8IInow L.iniienlit: always
recommend it to mny friends, is I ait ctiln-
Adent there is no l.-tte.r nmacie. It is a
dandy for bunis. Those wIIho live on
; larmsaareesilme'ially liable to inay am-v
: dental cuts. Iburs andi lrui-..., whki-h
heal rapidly when Ballan's Snow Lini-
u meant is applied. It should always lie
kept in the house fr casti of emergency.
25c, 50c and # 1.011 at IJ. M. Ji

The man who starts out to nIi-et
trouble nert has to go half way.

WoaulJ WoIDE RePITATorN.
White's Cream Vermifige ha.' aheljhltv a world wide ireputatioin ;tas leini t lhe
S hest of all worit .lstriycrs. anitl for its
tonic influence on w'cak aill inithriftly
children. as it neiitralizts the' acidity or
arnieM of thie ittona.li. illiiolv,\es their
diston, anti u'illiiltion oi fohid.
L eg-thrt their ntwrvo, sl y ,.stemll aiil
storess them to health. vigor and eis-
Sicity of spirits natural to hiildhood.
| at J. I. Jones.

t- Hope often bluds \le'n it i. cloiiily.
but it blooms only is sUntliilie.

yPRmNH; AIl.MEIT>.
There a an 4aching anld tirn-l flinig:
the liver, the bowels amid kidneys t$ 'O nhggish and inactive. the dig'estit.iii in
paired, with little or no l*it lip'tih. no
aambition for anything. anl a e'lilu tli.tl
S the whole body and itiilad Iitedi. totiing


up. The trouble is. that during winter..
there has been an -v-uniilatio in of waste
matter in the system. Ilerliine will rv-
move it. ne.cure the teoretitblits a rig-ht
exit, and by its tonic eff-ect. fully l.sti',e
the wasted tissues anil give stnlnlit in
pl!a4of weakinsS.. .,l. at .1. M.i. .lt'is'.

One little word lI t nilt k lll i .1 iI1
friendship or hireak an oli il01'.

WOX'T 'FouiLOW .\ihlnit: Ai.\'TI:u i' l\
FOuR IT.
In a recent article a iromiiinelit piiys.i-
cian ays. "It is linxt to impossilile tor
the physician to get iihs piitilnts tocearry
out any prea.ribi.el 'ourt -oflht hWli.iie r41
dietto the smuallet extent hie ihas biut
one reslortleft. namely, tIt drug ir at-
meat." Wliwen liedicilies n' i, uts. fur
chronic eonstipatiion. tie inost nlihil nid
= etle obtainable. slich as C'haimnltrlin 'S
nachi & Liver Tablilet.. should lhe vi-
ployed. Their use is not followed biy
constipation a tlhey hl'iav'ie ti bolwel. in
a natural and healtliv condition. Ftor
sak by all druggis-ts.


It is always easier It, i.,r1tI
t ian to forMoi them.


bad hIlbilt-


WHtNissm' ('oil H.
A woman who has had experience
with this disease, tells how to prevent
any dangerous eoicjtqup.ien,-es frmi it.
She mays: Our thr-ee children took
whooping cough last summer. our baby
boy being only three months old. and
o m to our giving them (Chamblerlin's
QC Remedy, they lost none of their
plumpism and came out in mnc I better


OCEAN STEAMSHIP 00.
,,Savannah Line."
FAST FREIGT A"ND LUXURIOUS PA8ENGER ROUTE TO

New York. Boston and the East


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer

from a

Diseased

Li ver.

g,^ e F'f


SHERBINE.



Pure Juices from Natural Rds.

REGtATEStliver,Stmnokm ud Bowds,
Clases the Systm, Purifies the I0.d.

URES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipatio
u Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Every Btfle Guruated to Gie Satisfaesm.
x .a.L-*, auj^P r"lW--, iMa.9za3, alA XAX3.
Price:, PO Cents.

Pr -p2-ed by JAMES r. BALLARD, St. Lou!s. Mo,
ll. z. .. 4 .,"=4 ".l44"i<)'il@ /l l'il


Seidby Dr. J. RLJoe".


BY LAND AND SEA.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four Ships Every Week
To New York. nuaking cloS' connections witli New York-Boston ships or SoinlI
Lines. All ticket agents iarv su1ppliei4 with mionthlly sailing sclitldile's. \Write for
general inforniatiol. sailing schlediles. staiteroomi i.-rvatioins, or call onu
WAL .TERi II A 1KINS. generall Ag.-lit. 21 W-'e- W li ySt.. .lacksmonville. Fla.
I'. : l.i:Fl-' :. Manag r. I T. C(' i tl4;N. ( '. A.
Nev I'ier :1.7, Nortili liver, N#.w.' York, N .-1.-i2
.I. W. WILKINSoN. .Agent. DIa\ tonaI Fla.




Rlchlnmoad Washlngton Baltimlore
Philadelphia .Boton Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga LouiAsvilllo
Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pattsburgl
Chicageo. etc.






SOUTnERN RAILWAY
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

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

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
10 THE NORTH AND WEST.


Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Skvy "
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 Caiis on all through
trains.
Ask for Tickets via Southers Railway. Correspondense Sellolted.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pass. Agt 10S W. Bay St., J.cksonvills, FI.
S. H. HARDWICK, V. H. TAYLOE,
General Paaenger Agent, Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent,
WashingtonJD. C. Atlasta, Ga.
ja aswv 15. 1908.


THE PHALANX.
It. Formation In the Military Meth-
ods of Auncie-nIl 4.re-.ce.
A phalanx in lite miil.ill* l Taffairs ot
Greece was a siitiate l;iilt.i li n or liodl
tof soldiers' formed in railks and til-
collmpact and deep with lthiir shiicl-
joined and pikes crossing eacth iotli'r .
as to render it almost imiipossilie to
break it. At tirst tlie plialix\ (toiiist.ld
of 4.,OO Wilten. but this nuillier wais ailt '.
vrward douliled by 'hilihp of Maceol.'hii.
and the double plh;ila;ix is hencet ofl'ltr
called the Miacedltliiain lh;ialaun\. l'i;.
bius describes it thus:
"It was a square of lpikennit-l. c ni-
sisting of 10 in ttiank and .t-oK) in froi*at.
The soldiers stood so close tc' .ther
that the pikes of the lifth tli:k e \ltIul
ed three feet beyond the tront. 'Thle
rest. whose pikes were not ser\icvil' II
owing to their distance fronti the fr, iit.
('UtleR' l titeiI nl1ti I lite sli1oulhls (of
those whlo stood Icflort' ;thi l :iii. s i
lockiii tlhewu toetlther int lile. prl4.. d>
forw;'d to support a ind ulitih loni li
former rank. by which ni:msls thle ais
s.ult wns rendered tuore \ violent ianl
irresistil'le." The t etiars of titset Ie,-
Ihind also stopped the missiles of thei
enemy. Each mani's pike was twenty- -
three feet long. Thle word phaliinx is
also used for any combtina:tioln of lit'o-
ple distinguished for solidity anli ii-m-
ness. A grand phalaux consisted of
16,3,4 liken.


Sh:il lilt Illimi.
Soliie Nears a-:,i. ils e i a t'lil mt'l:li
w:is \\:ilkilig fron. St. .Inl:es'" park bt
l'lll \l: oil 4 i a bri.hI atlit l'lerni iot IIIn SUim-
liter. lit' Ilcdhlyv reItvedl'sl :1a blhow oil
the i slsoiilldetr 's which catiusd liili to stUlll
bic. amid :tt the same time lie heard ia
hiil. i'craclhihi Iolisi. O(Ill rec.overilni
he 1 I,,, t l m tl l for his :tss:liil;ilit, tlit
tllite \\;is nobiotIy 'isible except a ipoe
li ie i ii t\\ io \\ 'i 111:i i n '.ard s n i\\ ': .
\\'li'ii Ihe' gelit ('i:lan reached hoiie.
his lsiolder was ex :iliiled. tlut nl In-t.
Jitll ci'- il Ie founi tii :l cco nli t fr til.
|I:iin iii it. Soon afler''ard thle servant,
\\lI h lid taken away his master's out.
dti,,r coait to brush it. broughlit bek the I
trli nictit ;iuld pointed out tliat the nal'
i tle shoulder wi's pressed tlit as if
": hlit wire lihad Ite li tlir wn i:Itce ss II.
L.\ r 'r lhiin iii f:ilT, liililt'd to thli
prolialility that the w'atrer liad bedl
stril-k Isy a imete'ir.
'Thie incident min'i:it w ell lelisd af .I
lilackhoard lesson for children'-a. e,
anditl 1,or soiie grow 'li cliicldrenl. too -
110 lite iliie:i ilie thiit li1t i Z sl:l rs-1" ciii
Ishiot ili the (
NnmInK the (hild.
Nw,. inectcss'rily whlil the nliew girl
Il aby arrived there was much dliscuSi-
sii iising- tile mIicilliers o' l thie f:ia uily
:is Iti w hall hera l'r liie shlluhi Ise.
"W e. %ill ':ill li"her Ge;rildina," saitt
tilte ftO:1I inithil.
"\\Vli i"t t:ill hemr l :sti.-ralil:1.'" said
t I~ tj'si :'- t 1"I l h r lthlm-Iti s it


PLANT SYSTEnI

Tlhe Great Through Car Line from Florida-4'C nne.tions:


The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
and Washington.
Tihe Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
The Southern Ry. via Jesulp, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville- via montironter.y.
The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ash ville
TIe_ Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Oteain Steamiship company for;
New York, I'hilailphia and Bouston.
Via aivannaLh ali mereharits and Miners Transpor
station Ciompmany for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and ste:niler for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


To THE East


TO THWest


TO THE East


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T4No I VII, It itj.L. (l I*I ':qw' treeIn id P141rin.'e. Edanw;rI should Via, Htfste.n and Calnada.
AtElantic :1 1141 l'latit Steamishipi Line 'f. ir Flaif~im law~keslbury and t'hariottestoMll.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will h~e tillsale' througlie.it the Nt .t-the'r.i't, Eaterni. Western mid No miithei States to
all114.i~il'4 15 Fmt via .the laie'[it .14vste'IiI ill l1'jigthe m1eam.54i !W I I I942. hlinjited to
rettim lI intiil M~ay 21st, with 1I Ii.'looin'rd stopp-i ,vvr jolrivik1c9em in Fh. ieja.
Addivsses tof I art iet.in tft h- Nm eliIIwi e'it to I*Ih#.I I, I, ersigneel willI w-Ii e I x-raiiy sui11-
j144e41 WithI lIIIH i.lt1'1lLttioli .11141 l~1.14si~le 14,Ii &vel-tisitig Illattel'.
I'.ior iif~mtoia.it1411amt4)4 rate's, 414e'j 'ilg 1:11- -t''vaIt 14 n. et e. ia Ill m, 4 r write' t
F'. Mi. .14PiA,. Diviisim 'Ii :sweiger Ageniit. 1:1.4 W.*.4 iBaYSt.. .IaA'kwsovilie'. Florida.
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0 trains every Thurwday. leaving Jiawkonville as follows:
SVia the Se IW ln&1 ...1141 .....................10:10 a.ni. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant Sy.ste4m ........................... :t:15'p i.
0 Via Selmrd Air Line.......... ... 7:44) p. in. (Fast Mail.)
SeI';:t S;1:22 inl. niaikilig cloI4I
9 For illustrate-l matter, diagrams. nrervatioun, tickets, etc., addiu

A. W PYEJ Agent, akoile, lorid
SGe. H. H. Clark, L Dal .Agnt, DaytAona, Fla.
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tlmute of thlle


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The -lhihiang and IF rloriia Limit1ed" is the qliickest train from St. AMga
n11141 .acksonville to i'li iittniioii. Na.shill. L isville and Chicago with Pu l
Stli'es t (i l'sviiiii ;lie l r 'iir"oiii "rslee'l jer-. dining ens. etc.. through within
chaliige. "Tilh fa iiliius "Dl)ix\i' Flyr'" ;ll tle yv.er Irouilid sleeper via Atlanta l
M rtialin tpo St. Louisii wiloi.l ,liin ,. *.
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Athilinti. ;;a. Jackmsnville, Fla,
i. IF. .SMITH. Ti'ii M.;iliigner. Na.sliville, Tenn.


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Only Am used Then ill. i :i stor once and alwa ys vw ant- lit -i 1 :11ia \I Il lii,;Ui% I\., .l4 pin
James had been a auttocrat illn his t'dI to it omi a i.tils.y." -1 i, t ;.... .i i. pIn
hom e, and w hen he went to school he "t)1. l. 21iimrl ure nd t ul- '- ." 1. ... .,i; a;,ii, i I.ii i .il. .. 1 1 l 1 it.........1 :3..1 i mili
was greatly astounded to bte told that in.ilh r. "Ii;it w li l iitvtr tl. i.et ui t hat t ir Lt s p.................. 1 ....... ............ ........... .
he Must do this thing atilt that lihe must call licr Faiiihlsii."
not do that. After disbievying every "'tlit don't 111 lli hink Eltess:i is a
rule of the school nid being repi roved i iprty i name, in .l so dd. too?" put li n V, Itl\i. l-'l ,i--ir( rii. it!ini,il l i iii ; 1.... 11 1.H i ff, ll .l,..si!ii' 4 ir.
he wanted to know the "whys" of it. o e oef the nuiits. .I; k-, ill. S .,L :i, ., k- n ,.., \\iih, iii in
"lBecause you disturb the other boys," '' -I x.se me. il. il,'.e." v.'eittrtee, the ,i. I ell'l i i N h'l hi 1 ,i .r I., i' i :i nl l.i lil I.
he was told. "1 don't think 1 disturb po,,r fatilier. \ hoy s:it i .ir Iby. "'I.nt you "rli :.li h ,.,' hi'- i, t s ,,' ,7i, .I.i, k-.snii il;i.' .iii \l' i, i
them ." lie replied thoughtfully. "1 think ,. ili tso ft ,r.,' tl i \\. :iri' trying to N, l. \ I\ pr>'>- S s s at :ill .\. \ N \ I",, .il -lii :.>li t.I ~- 1I, .lir. i ,'in
I am use thew ."'- New York Press. ii,l :1i IInIn l i.. ;i htlii.ii I nll.ll ;111 i not i,., li,,i i1 for l lil 1is- 1141- \iI- N i 's,.it4. \ 1.1 ,I il.i i it I \l..11 ,al .
f'-r : i lt'se ('tail ea ;i." l;:il i.iiisrA c *,iii i,' ti, i;- li.i l,;ii .I:it Ii .4 i. ,i l iii ii' it, ie li is lti S :.>l.,. r,; .I
Mexican Pollteness. liisTi, :ii. li lli l l1 ls i i -lui-i ',ii- 'l 1t.\ -.
Foreign Visitor (in lMexico)--W hat! I.:. 1. It.\ N .. i,4 il. Sii. t 1. IP. I'll KIl.l i. i. l',.-s. Agt.
Do you still have those barbarous Lbull- I'eaininne Financierlna.
ighlts in your country, Hli-You owe m1v e t11 kisses: lP':y p! --
Natile-Oh, yes; so ninay Americaj .-h Ijxpl.ii. si`:" L CNT A AI ROAD
travelers want to see them, you know. 1' I e V.1 ht.iii' You know \y well ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
that we have to give oun now and I \\ i-sreil a tldol.tz g.ls a:ii.st 1 ter
theu.-C'hicago Tribune. ki :. :;il wV:,ll 1-
Slil. but kisses. you know,_ To St. Louis and Chicago
lery nark. 11-' Irlilyi--l-Kisses should be pail!
Yeast--They tsa. the darkest hour is just as rei ,-i,:o(isly :as aii.\ other delit.
just before the d(:w n. S1lie (thokulgitfully)-Just the sa:tie ua.
Critmsoubeak-Yes. W ell. I know a note. I'tullii. hini 'e .ii'"Ii L ';?- iiir,,ii I.s 5-0,1s is l,' St 1 .,Ii- til ',, Ii. ;i,>,,
when I've gone home in the morning '"Y s .. i.n .l:, k-,is ille- t.iil ;it p iil l I l. f:.- llii'
and knew my wife was waiting for me "Or a ciheck?'" 't i
tliius'r Iu's l's. t uik nt.a,....nll- hi...-_ "Y S." II Ar I T


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
4C1llini : ait Ciharleston. S. I'.. lboth ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Ii0ie1t Ser' i -e t I 't s'e n
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDrNCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
C.i;llinlg t Charleston li th Ways.
SI-MI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound.
Northbound


.. From Lewis'Wharf,. Bosa
from foot Catherine street, JackwiuNtil


CLYIES S I'. JOHN'S RIVER LINK.
(Ih, I4iry Iline)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
II'IINGI \TI' lI'\.TK AST4' ll. ST'.I i\Nt I l REtKSIF'ORDI. (DE:I.AlND)
111.1 Sl'ITIN l lii.r .i ts I,.;ii s lii.;s on m 'r..I(lH NS RIVKEIt.


s \ City of Jacksonville,
S.l'T, \\ \ S'II \W.
is. \,% 'l I\T'l-ED T1 \i. \% mi.I.lI .s:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m..Sndays. Tuesday and Thursdas
Leaves Sanforl 9:30 a m Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays
einilhl )iiibill llS 1:1:11 II: Northbonh
rii,|l l I|s\\ i1 Head up
S:::tl) p ................ ... .... ...I \l k S O iN\ I 11.1. .I... .. ... ..... \rrive 2:00 as
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General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.


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