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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: May 17, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00436
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Books
Conloctiouery
Jewelry
Purm
Fihing Tackle
Baskets
Kodaks
Bike Supplies
DolUs


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SEWS FROM OMIHD.
Mrs. F.S. Osbur and party left for tl
North lat nday.
James Stanton. Sr., has gone for
week's stay at Artesia.
The weather is still cool and pleasant
ad there is no sickness in our litt
town.
6. A. l'urdie and brother. guests of Mi
Boestrom, went by boat for an outing
at Hawk's Park.
J. L. Howell left for Alabama n n
Georgia on Thursday morning. where
he goes to visit relatives.
Quitr a pleasant free social was held a
the V. I. A. rooms Tuesday evening bk
the Y. P. C. E. Ice cream and caL
wm served to the society and thei
frbids.
We regret to lose our accommodating
esprm agent, Mr. Key. who goes further
soth. W. G. De Pass will have charge
of th express businew during the sumi
mer months.
The store now lose on Thursday
alternoos, and 'tis quite a boon to the
merchants and clerks, who now have a
chamee to take a dip in the ocean or
otherwise enjoy themselves.

UW'Fri Mis no time like the present.
Take advantage of your leisure and call
oa Harris the photographer. P'eck block
For the consee tion of Father Kenny
as Bishop of the Diocese of St Augustine.
May 18th. the Southeastern Passenger
Ahneiation has authorized the sale of
M4i-trip ticket at rate of one and one-
MFrth fam from points in Florida and
em and o third fares from points in
GaeoMin ad South Carolina. Tickets to
he sold May 15th, 16th and 17th. limited
l other 0th to return. The rate from
DPytoaa to Rt. Augustine and return
" wl be $3.70.

WtIf yoa want your painting and
papw hanging done in a workman-like
mammerconsult Kost & Gwinner.

The devil always fisihe in shallow
Plues.
asetlag eot e Veltesa Count,
m, C tlv mA tteoos.
The D0mocratic Executive Committee.
of Voluaia County will meet at the Court
House at DeDand, Florida. Tuesday.
May 20, 1902, at 7:20 p. in., for the pur-
poe of calling a primary andi to attend
to sech other business as may pioni|erly
come before the meeting.
FRANK W. SAM.
By J. W. PKiNss, t'lhairiain.
Secretary.
IeLand, Florida. May 9lth. 1902.'

11Fon SALJC:-A goNod Ilandlin organ.
Call at cottage south of liverview. .ea-
breese. Ma. Allio E. (;Cml s.

FPo Rcr:-Beach cottage oin tlhe
board walk next to Breakers Hotel at
esabl ess, completely furnished and rt-
modubd. Apply to Mrs. H. C. Berry,
Vaty street, sdremse.



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Music
Fruit
Clock@
Toilet
Sport
Bird C
Supply
Windc
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ii ilinaai l.,. i mtvery lare autg lie. nrle. andl the le. tu re justly .ttrated. for their home this week. fact, headaches of all kinds are
S alIA.*********************** n 2nd. r. -. i hal it.l l a inte Mr. Purdie and his brother arrived quickly and surely
and .T at.I. Ilnd w lin susilendl-rs. SMITH & SO from Ormond where they had been visit- DR. MILES
Mth "" "r. na tl N'rs. I 1. e-.Itl ti..ft w..-ta,-. I'. H aama ial!ysis fin-ur sie- t hi tl he .l hel- ls. ing Mr. Bomtroni, and took their abxoie
ntain that P rices do = .l>- that: i'eai, It a l,,, ol a I,..,-it ii i,, ,e,,,,,l ,.l ,,b t I a,.-'a ing Iron, Ce ,, in thei H,,are,, ,,,Nct wtif er ti l
nn. Hch>s ,r..lh.* ,,,,,,l.,i,, of oilbl...ii ;,..on..oi the la st iron iin the iprovements ofo our village p
power of a Store as ->ilimsngst,,o,.\ \V Fi..|., wo.,l ..,,a ,, ta. ,. aited Stau. the They we hre during the sixtie. Then Also all pains such as backache,
S as tinishi thi work T ,,,..ht or l I th. ir or foun in i. y hair came out by the hand- E.. A. Ml.-Daniel and family composed neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic
ty yOU Shut yOUr u'nn tlerse.grI. 1 h n.M... o- .an r.. ,(v.an .tn.s > <'i. a! ; ;et r n ris, ort ora,, ge. Pry took up their jour- pains, monthly pains, etc.
I it I- lymail to hinm Ih.. is to live. in Mr. .ounties. along the line of the. Florida an it stopped the hair from com. ey tl next week for Hawks Park to Dr. Mile Pain Pill are w th
odroArkas asa at. Ni 41o Nrth a-.,-'*. hi st Co.ast.y has itlnconfirme d. iB out and restored the color."- visit -tor Hawk. v.n. h
0 st*r .f t The pritv is 2.ci .-thier ,t t Ihr.e-it.- t l .M.D.Gray, No. Salem, Mass. cured my wife of Cr irot c hK dac3T
Bult not HERE ures an. ue fr t for i i, ith A Son-s 7-- an,l 11.7-- when nothing else would."
S Ione. inrlos .tanus or ,,hani 1,n 1 -,. athin -uits. There's a pleasure in Paul Heston is taking a vacation from "Dr. Miles' Pain Pis drive away
e reputation of letinn tl tlt,.lo ,.-.t *. le rnal no of Aeria, held offering such a preara- duties at the railway station. pain as i by mai. am never with-
t Ilr Trtnks. .it ,Ie-- d..on,. l..,,,s tlh..ir s..eton noting last night nle tr. tion as Ayer's HairVigor. S. II. Wilder, of Cincinnati, is in the old eepem hand. ne o two
little more, or W it .. l,,.,k. iredeveralH litionsfor i It VS to all who USC it city looking after his real estate i l- wli event r te."
t t c h t ip. T heo a d i u .l r is a liv e -. pr^ s u c h s a tis f a c tio n T h e te re ts. i Jt- x ju ,. o o., hic a o
Ied patronage and : t.ecnr .xamatnoini 1enit at vead poptanlar h-nei-iary og hair becomes thicker, C. A. Steele returned yesterday irom Through their use thousands of
a O Itel-anad fair thaei, pm- hiys .iali--in.g izattion, writing a t-rtifl'ate of inaurdN-e. tedop l h a nd re lgo e na t -
Sgood will by re- TueLand for thr s e. in izatin, writing ae tifrate of ivinugae longer, softer, and more South Florida, wrehe has been hand- people have been enabled toat-
gr fOAi re- Tues-ay. .Iiinn :{l The examinationn that carries benetitS for the livingaswell longer, solter, and more ing oatoe. tend social and religious fune-
Swill commn.tne at the .. ila.lnll High ias the heneficiarv. It has tihe lwwe t glossy. And you feel so Adams. ten tions, travel, enjoy amusements,
Of OUr merchandise. i -hoollbuilbing for hite applita.;ntis.ann anl most equitable life leature pro- sClre in USing such an Mrs. Seagraves Adam, the noted tt etc.,with comfort. Asaprevent-
thelows.t ,ssill,. l ,, it tthetolo i .school i.,d,,r.uoo,.,l vi rlii life. Iideont. tta dblit. oldand reliable pr coat newspaper corrpondent left active, when taken on the ap-
s the lowest Ksi- applicants". aiih exainie will ,, ol. a. delth and funt.ral benetis. Theb prep Monday for New York. proach of a recurring attack,
hy good-s..... o chart. 1. ;-*or~ding to, law to pay the F l. of A. carrienan maturity (rniovrvne 0 ,sn s. A iT E. E. Starkey. T. L. Rodgers, Dr. Van they are extclent.


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL. l the best a ling .Bathing suits at J A. H dri L Will -N o
OS -- L BSO. J.A. Hendrick# is visiting at Besemer, iDot Wl D o
NOVELTY STORE Summer hat. for uen and boys pt, The first mail was exceh the Alabama. "
S O-E ;k Moore-Bros.I Kiton.po ,o Tell Yout Y
the folowinglines:vi Judge Stewart wa shaking hands Take lookat thet at apiary, extra good flavor and light d t o T e ll Y
Papers Magazines with his Daytona friend" Wednesday. Moore Bro; the Kabo aa color. g Es
Artist's Supplies Mr. and Mrs. Van Horn and family General Foster is in last If you are going Eat we can are yo
WaNutsstar i Wednesday for their home in evening inspecting the He., money on steamboat tickets. Apply to That Summlr IS hcrJo B t t w l 0
Articlech Pocket KniJersy City. Mr. and Mr. J. B. 1 eft Editor Gaette-New1.
n Pocket Kniam e s Frank E. Bond was in Daytona Wed- Thursday for their home b C.V. Gillis and Miss Gillilis are at OU good to kow that we aV a
age and laS neday shaking hands with his numer- J A.Hendricks Schmidt'Villa. Mr. Gillis is a brother
i hSchool Suppliei oll. e improvements in the nt of Bear Admiral Gill.. i of su mer SS a Shirt waist .
w Shade. Masks )r. W. E. French returned Wednesday of his store. Mr. and Mrs. on Morri came up from fo
Notio..s evening from a two weeks visit to New West Palm Beach last Saturday and are gO
ways fresh. Sewing machines for ale, ale Yorkstate.chea p.oo Ma be a seen n' visiting with their numerous friends In mmer S St W S
tools and machinery repaired promptly. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ludwig left at the postoflce. Daytona.r suits s a hat
s Made to rder......mersdan ('levrnn for their summer Dr. Beekman was at Jae this A social gathering at Mr. Williamson's. a bM. l
e n week attending the nee the Thursday evening, consisting of parlor
SMrs. J. R. Cole iA adding a stock of Knight@ Templar. ,I games, refreshments and music, was
ladies'furnihings, options. etc.. to Cole'* thoroughly enjoyed by those present.
On grocery at Kingston. Re'. Dr. Fullwood was i thists Bank the
week and preached at the Jlurch The MereahaveVoutin
S on Brain bread. thi at brain devel south Wednesday evening County BankatDeLand have put in O ur Sam ple L lines M ade-to-
oper and nerve builder. freh eery day, private telephone line connection with O ur
at the Gramling Bakery. Prof. Kahn, the piano k- the line of the Daytona Telephone Co.
ANENT THE LIBRARY. Me and Mr. W .. anid Miss, .il 'ompanied y hi at C. Barnett has been acting as ciru- M measure Suits are Fine
*T Barnes of New York. were the guests of lator for the Gasette-News this week.
he F nITOt AZTT:-N :WS:- wi Schmidt's Villa. this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Witheiied. He succeeded in placing 26 new name T
through your liye, r to ,all attention to Mr. and iMrs. T. Fred Brown have,, they will snd the su er considerable collection. There ar T h s Seasontill
a tbh public li.rnry and reading room. clte their beautiful honwmon the lenin- L. B. Knox was down froruti. &few of our delinquent friends whom he
Sinve part of tlw room has been cut off sula anti left Weldnesday for Cincinnati. fail pla e at Bulow n foedt- a f ew of our dele. t fom
Sfor the use of th...i, .ounnil, the for t lieli st ofti ht vity ~ council, tite uneco- Mr. and Mrs. .J. M. Garland very kniwhle.dge a very plehsant ca
it, modaition, has lie.t, ve-rv inadequate. We pleluisantly tntertaitneil a tntulbr of DCIo
).gh ro for l l Brownientesrtait nt. PENINSULA HAPPENINGS. Ask to seesn31 sof the CRAW FORD
shelves, land when the reading room is of haIt week. lorf d friend at era'
r. well attended it is liffi.ult to find sitting afternioois at her Ridge.woold h R. Klutz7 h.s .Ien doin Mon re- & L A FRANCE S IHOE 4 4
ig ro00. El.. ..sfront-tin stanloat o Slough exlts to colth.pair work for .. Fuquay thiswieek.
building of our oi te uits hi thyrowi. out sand this w-,,.L to t tion of a six room cottalhis II. F. Stewart and family are occupy-
ld it ng of our ow.ti lie utsed v J. W. ()duat in filling il his i .late across the railroad next ing on of their cottages on tle beach.
i At the last 11na4-titig of thei,, coanitt,.e lots on Beach strtne.
$17 was set aside for a l.uilding fund. fy;iralhain aid rye lnI at the Slilit of pint-apliles front ver Hires, the liveryman, returned from a
aind we haiv $1K ,ore from other (iraniling Itakt-rv. roast s-tion has commencedral trip to the interior of the State Thure-
t soun-vs. t 4 .t is. iMr. anl Mrs. Roger Vhintilehl. whol Airs. More. the illiner, as .1. It. Williauis hit recently opined a
s ha te tm h. a lunie ut an d we tru st w i t le a t W elnest t of f ll ow r, hatsti veiling ks neat market in the old h. olftg lis s, eil 2,ng" th,.i nt,
ir that thoe, wlho ha vt ilth. inten st of re~sident- at Foll din lte Wi.sosin. whichh she wants to close ous, stand. d SIur StOt W
Daytona it lin-art will co0 e forward ver,,v low.. o lfl teidvn d our sto e w0 illr
g and fh,'lpisto>gathlr suffi.i.nt funds to ) sSummr dl.s g ,,.ls at .M.,o ,o .1. I. Ahereroulie left Wednesday
r ,reBt a buitling which will give troi.r r,~.S Mr. siand Mrs. W. W. Austin Id on a four-weeks' visit to his on at Ma- c S very hat
Sreunh altinns. Youhisc truly, i. l Wednesdayy from their cruise decon. (. (ia.
- tlA. uW. A tr., Alotnz Ioodwin and sist,.r art,rvd in, river. The went as far as Mint. man hou on outh Pi 12:00 n n.
thecit lst aturday. aving coMr. trip up das.ouse uth Pine
\.V Pr.it i dnt. "the ity last Sat ay. having coine ti 11 street, opjisisite Dr. Erh, is nearing
writer ill thie I aincha' Therresa fromniM ianai. I)r. I'Pt te-r. Ed Langworthy aik. completion.
T'they axe visiting with M r. a rtl W. A.list- t-re over to Orland o thit. shoe er
e -a Kost.& <; inner. I lit- painters anld Parker. -lo w. overato trlando tht Shoe-er's new -room cottage
p lr l h' n h gwrs. ar- a ti.s in third little. ltItt' l tst onl t r l ol t v adil l]I I I n lt U t, ila. o il south Pine street lis just received
ut ttInw r a i l ae" ";: ie l tOie t t l i eP0. a iu t rai e i"ei l e s
rn an your will riaake i mistake iln cron-a- ltthe finishing toul'|thui.
Sp ar t ti tard i t I id a Le ry le., wa i contractor r Johnson will -lgin the

CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE itsir usrniang to ee gonerr-t- eays. 'ie ia W eslv. le favor or erMt.n f another tw-story cottage
-- 'arty inal'adtl Mar. und Mrs. W. W. 'ar- tuana with a e-ry pleasant visit. for Mr. Kating Monday.
The following are the iamnes of thie t-r. Mr. anild Mrs. FIlenwo-ui l and Dri. Majiom '. M. Biangham wa.s ,1 Mr. rand Mrs. Chase. Kurtz came over
parties 4onstituting tle State campaligln Est,-rly ;ranld Assistant Dictator of the Kir from Del)nd the first of the week and --
cornlnittedl. sel--ted from the Stat,- Ex- f.ils,,..t li,1n. ,fih,,re,,.,-a,,a,. ,.l,,.it.ant "f H- of Florida it tle meetir are visiting Mrs. Daugharty. RT OMAGE ITEMS TIDiE TABLE.
executivee llintt. Z,.n t-rning Iakery. h at konvi )r. Van Vnlzah nal family have leased Week Ieginning May IS, 1102
J. T. Wi'riamns. T inI, On I It. ll s Kr., 't soiTrIItl .one of the K rating cottage for the sur- o. Luflmry left wre on Saturday HIIH TII:.
.I. E. Wolf,. I'enasac l',. 'hI'ini.-tt.i i. prlrhaily .o- a. f ti ti (in..s lir I.. s. ll.rIer. ef M1iami, prei.raiclhe n.r ; id will shortly mo re in. for the North. l f a. t. p. m.
F'. J. Fear.sile. 'alatka. 1. i,, tIl. ,iS. Thl, pl.,, is ..,.,,piI t" 1. irh it Su4day nrt F. C. Allen hias just completed a 36 Mr. and Mrs. Haff started Tuesday for Sunday............................ 4:26 4:46
..* *. < .l w v k ty I,.. \ ..b. It,. I),r wh,, spa ,,.. ana, ,vnin a t .W.. rl e e Sunm t r t M Mo a ........... .... ..... .:1 5:30
W .L. I al.'ahtr. Orlanhi .el t. t k ee t h ,ai-.r s ina tt i ',,pi.to ae.,. l.,|t, r .**e e,. Th n'nn al ta k rthe new tt-. e of M r. their lovely hole on Long Island. Monday........... 610
r h i n l i i I ti spoklo eu iriValleU. 8. Robertson is building a ail boat ay ..... 6-49
J M B a rrs. J acksonville 4 P astry that is dain ty d. ,li.-i o. s a, ,,| *n t c fo fo h ,i W ed ne da v. ...................... : .
i nutritious at tle i- (ranling Itak.ry W.- t under obligations to Geor Mr. I'oten who has the contract for for his son, who is fishing at Oak Hill. Thursday."................... 7:10 7:25
S the iCoh e works oi the c VauldeVord for a jar of choice trairading Goodall's new boulevard i car- several of our farmers are very busy Friday............................
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a William Jennings Itran anl (Govertinor i honey. Mr. VandeVord has the veFing the work forward rapidly. bipping new Irish potatoes. They ar Satarday.......................... 8:6
cold in> one day. Nto Cure, No l'ay. 23c. W. S. inning, accomilanied. l.v othrli-r lest eof Ie.es-and his honey ears tl (us Johnson's new cottage on Ocean very fine ones. t ow .tTf.
.. distinguished gentl-rmaIen, passed tlhrtughl .ja ,, re.litnutation. ulevard is nearing ompletion. It isug party to the be i- ...............
D O IN G S A T H O LL Y H ILL 'aytona M o aday 'n r"Datn tMao ,a d 1 2 rew 2ean5,-t i p. erty to t e b. a 'hh;y ...::by::.:::::k.:n...........k. .1.: 11:
DOINGS AT HOLLY HILL. attid the inauguration of the irt Iief. ..bt un. commenedlast Thursday- All are i- L ..........................11:17 11:55
SI i-p-vs|.lnt oft that n.- ulli, SMITH & S ItBorn. to Mr. and Mrs. Chat (M rum. a vited to take a dip. T'l' ay....... .................... 1:.
Thel tu r. Is. |\..t ul th.. rn-,. A \\I,'1 f^1 II. HIL ei v.l.nwith his usual lileraltyil halby on May 7th. Mother and A party of young folks drove up to ,~1hnelayn ...... ... ..12 1 :
neday. li t ha lirtsnted tlh Epis--oplali -hul-h witlightcr are getting along nicely. Seabeeze on Saturday to participate i 'lr ............ .. 1
Thel thre.lgi.-li i at ; i -irk at Mr. a ral ntifil rIgatll and. i. thl.- 'almettours.Blan all a nd r. IBeulah a dance at that place. itu :lay:..................:4 1:.
Butnellsel deepening the ,han.I iln front iGeorge l.uftery and his n. Rolert. Cl1. with one of the fanious pianofsh, of JacksoAnville,ar expected to ar- Dr. DuBois' brother r, his wife and t l) :
of his doc'k. have ins-talhled ain extensive laln'ettlt which he. is the manufacturn.r. in a few days and will spend the mother left here last Wednesday for
On S W. 11. atftor on their pl -- ,lesite ort .See. the new clothing received by nt.er with Mrs. A. S. Barnett. their home in New York. During Mr. i'Pttephers absence the
i-a ,r 1 h h range. Th, y have four ltisahoi filer ,,ii th t& t- office will be in charge of his wife. The
party from ae..z. 1up tl.i river in tlh ,aachin,.-s in op.ration anl .an turn out r. O(wen. who purchased thelw old A. C. Barnett, the efficient solicitor of electrical business will hereafter be co-
laun .hTo,,ka." 4.() plund.s of eiltr t.ir da\. T"e Merssrs. M. ltingham. .r.. B. F. Iodist church at Altoona, had same the Gazette-News was in our village in ducted by Mr. l'ett -phr in hies own name
Mrs t ;rtt.r aal ylvlIa Hilarris Sliiit ait senior Mlr. Iufliery is at noted cieiaInist. "hugh. C. l1. Smitli anIl 0. W. Stevenei down and removed to( his lot on the interests of his paper, instead of th .1I. W. Wilkinsou I'o, as
fews days ian iay liit 'hliis \vtk vitlh iilt li. is omitiniilly ,\i-iiiiting to ,' it lilksotiivillh this week tiltteei- h piint street where it will e renilt T v. Mr. \Wetheiford preached before.
Mrs.. W. W. I til. |indnl to litat ,,,.l ,,.s'.s tlh,. pIni htlo a"l il, the tii+ 01o tlh., (Grand Lod-s of a.onvertel.d into a residence. Sunday morningand evening two very --- ----
( ) ~l ai V .n .,s ll iy M a-. amail i, I rl'.. llli- h ha. ,~ jeinti lh K mii "h trs tif Hlo mii er ca rtel K m ii h ats Te r n -
hOn W...l,,. lara. fMllow inig pnrty went oar t trip up fine anid itipreenive sermons.. Thtman who .ri, to ile.w H fool i- a
ac.nlilnaniel i. y M-rs. A. hI. Carter. .Mis. In.\ ni-w lot of lli,.so seiainir ,e.st th.'omioka ill lauinch Therestla: Me- Mr. D)rummond. one of our winter fool himself.
L. Maanm. I'-ny Lo.' g anld Ke.inn.th just s.-,ive! at .1J. lhnlri.a ks .1^-Th nli, wil> 'l'sh suhlt- at dai II. Rogers. s'. Kurtz. A. Sims, L. viaitor4, left for his hofme in Eau 'hlaire. -ir -
allrth. wenVt imn t1h. "Toiiiki n ltt the saniaat.ha ,., vi, ll atnli, M.-aea. n i d W H. -i arker; 'Mihse Wis., Wedne4)ay of this week. |-
hlhlt ftira citlulii ill of t mla la. iia 1h .v Tha "r i.ittat-,.nll lht .ita11-rt (| y<0 lle '\i'-ah ii the lt ni lslaiw a I. Lil't er o; MW W ednesa ofti wek tW_ .tril__lla___l_____l__I___ib_____Thoas;_
it itt njilati- trin- hora th acpant *se Friiay eve-aning, M I rth I ^ ue RHeatnhg Circle Moniay Mel Iearr. W. 1r. Parker. John Dor- monn f. i old mr
fantsinut-m-. e a.ai..alayaink-restiiag. .- hapt er'ftrutell itttlrtk'rrlll n .'et t l i ntrialnt a nZld Ahln o. lwin. dn3y morning for their old home hi Mary-
The- lea'r-lhillit 'iilt. ai'lilia \i ill le- "iland where they intend spe-ndlaig the
reac.he.t hey I0.v.- .M.in. Ithingha n .U,. h lf, a Iohi tslly wat ra.ld. -The Ti.w bier sh- h.at tlt the U-tu.er.
S"rThi. Stalliian ,. .l-.sser tricks cn!. May 2'. in the tvini. ait thl. C onthat ^- 1 h I tt eyed .i, ral after Trnf Grand View avenue and tsan tr. -hitt'k and fm ily hah returned
,hl ltt lMoor.'.s t.onal .hrlc.h. ,.l flloh llo ,tnle.ts it~Balilr is aiwi o;,in for business. Its ftrumn their two weeks cruise downi the
will grlduae and will hit thl dittin,- l.>.. ni.t 'ii'n smits. tSMITH i- SOa pr,. ei. F. ..I.. Iills. who for several Indian river with 'apt. F. McDonald.
'eominialodtr- Bu-goyncla yicht *lim Sweet t"cl f leeing lh tiet milats r,,. aieale..it I[ori,.s. of Stetslon i nivecri- yearias prioprietotr of the Bston Bar- They wet-re highly delighted with their Sick headache, nervous head-
heart" leaves this evening for New York. th ltnt,;l .H'ig ,, Th,.l li..v it ,hliv.. n li.tuny at tht. Baptist l etr SIi in Daytona. will at all times trip and brought back a quantity of ache, tired headache, neuralgic
The boat in in charge of .Captain. Yate-. Vilet Mth'o. Miaiie gerT. Elizalieth -linl.ah Wnelsday evening on -Frottn extenuite hi pantrns that courteous shells and southern ciiriositie to take to headache, catarrhal headache,
with J. ('. iPettenher a chief entinle-r. Silvernail. lIe-si. Iilhls. Edith 1i'. ;iail 4.'ilt te North (a'ipe.. He was gir e-td td al Prtpt attention for which he is so their home in Frankfort, Ind. They start headache from excitement, in

















Published Every Saturday.

E)W. FITZGERALD, lPr mR-R

smsriptiom $1.50 per Year in Advance.
ai Ng Notices lOc per Line Each Time.

twend at the Postoke at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Class Matter.

Saturday, May 17, 1902.

Andrw Carnegie has announced his
intention to start several newspapers in
the United States. Audie in evidently
still determined to die poor.

The awful horror of St. Pierre. in which
40,000 persons lost their lives, vividly
S recallsto mind Bulwer Lytton's story
of the destruction of Pompeii.

After the first of next month the
turtles will begin to come out, and then
Sthe youngsters and oldsters will be
P iaroling thelieasch looking for "crawls."

The matter of taking oysters from the
Marst in front of the city was brought up
bealre the city council Monday evening
. aid referred to the ordinance committee.

A young man in Tampa is under
arrest charged with assault and battery
because he kissed a young lady three
time without her permission. No dan-
gerof such a case ever being brought
before a court in Volusia county.

* We have before us the first number of
the Fkrida Cracker. published at Jack-
sonville by Thomas A. Davis, formerly
editor of the Peninsula Breeze. The
Cracker is brim full of political news and
gossip, and is well worth the subsscrip-
tiom price of two dollar per year.

The palmetto has come to be one of
the valuable products of Florida. The
berries from this tree readily sell for
from fire to eight centsp'rplound. Fiber
is made from the fans. extracts for medi-
cinal purpose. and brushes of various
kinds from the roots, as well a plaques
and walking canes from the body of tihe
tree.

Probably it is true in a measure, as
claimed by the meat packers, that the
advance in prices of their commodity is
necessitated by the high prices exacted
by the coal, tin, salt and lumber trusts,
which have greatly increased packing
house expenses. One trust preys upon
another and the consumer. in the end.
has to pay for it all.

Volusia is in the same fix as several
other counties in the State. A wet and
dry election is coming on and will prob-
ably be held about the time of the
primary. Several lawyers away up in
their profession hold that the primary is
on election and that the wet and dry
election will be illegal if held within
sixty days of it. If the lawyers" opinions
are worth anything there'll be trouble
in camp.

An exchange says: Every newspaper
treasures up in its memory the names of
ite friends, and likewise its enemies. It
seldom ovwlooks an opportunity to
assist the former, but it never goes out
of it way to help the latter. Human
nature is pretty near alike everywhere,
People who show the newspaper mlan
kindness never make a hitter investment
or one that more surely pays a hundred
fold sooner or later. It has been truly
said. there cones a time in the life of
every man when lie needs in badly.


Several newspapers in the State are
having severe pains in the stomach be-
cause the State Executive Committee
called primaries. The affected editors
say that the politicians have too mui-h
chance to work a shenaniganan" game.
Such is not the case. Every candidatee
has a fair chance in the primniary; in fact.
much more than he might have in a
convention. The State Executive Comt-
mittee represents the democracy of the
State and all loyal believers in Jetffer-


sonian principles should abide lby their
action.

Scientists claim that the soil of the
Everglades in Florida is the richest in the
world, and would, if drained, produce
marvelous crops of nearly anything
planted. It is prolnxed to reclaim this
immense tract. which covers nearly
4,000 square miles. by building drainage
gmals to take off the water, and at the
41lle time serve as a means of transipor-
Wion between plantations. Contrary
to the general belief, the Everglades are
healthful, the water is sweet and pure.
and there is h total absence of fever and
epidemic diseases.-West Palmi Reach
Sun.

There is a grim humor as well as
poetic justice in the terms upon n which
Gov. Jeff Davis pardoned a negro re-
cently convicted in Arkansas of man-
slaughter. The governor made the fol-
lowing endorsement on the application
for pardon: "Having just returned from
the North, and having heard many ex-
pressions At sympathy by the citizens
of Idimadkmetts for what they
wwe plesed to call the poor, oppressed
Iero of the South, and desiring that
they shallhave an opportunity to reform
aertain portion of the negro popula-
1 tVme of our state. Therefore, I, Jefferson
DWvis.governor of the state of Arkan.
M, by virtue of the constitution, and
authority m ta in m ..rh. te... ..:.t..


Daytona, Fla. May 12, 1902.
Council met In regular session with
Pres. Smith in the chair.
Present Aid. G. Smith, Stevens, Fos-
ter, Harris and Matthews.
Minutes of previous meeting read
and approved.
Following bills presented ane order-
ed paid:
J. W. Wilkinson. salary, postage
and express, ........ ....$13.75
I. Humphries, salary,. ..... ... 3.50
W. S. Rodgers, salary, .. 4o.oo


W. E. French salary. .. ....... 25.MI
Peck & Foster, feed bills,... 23.87
S. D. Jordan, recording deed .... 1.60
N. Erickson, building dog pound 2.00
W. E. French, disbursment to
men on streets ......... 3.75
Isaiah James, time on streets... ..5
Sam Jackson, time on streets 1. 12.25
Geo. F. Smith, disbursement to
men on the streets :.7-'
P. R. Bennett, medical services 13.00
Bill of J. Bratt & Son for $27.W was
on motion by Harris and second by
Matthews referred to W. E. French for
auditing: carried.
An Ordinance to regulate' the aee'lit-
ance of private ways by the City of
Daytona was presented by the Ordi-
nannce Commnniittee and was read ; i: v-
ed by Ald. G. Smiith, se.conl Ald. Fos-
tertoo pass same ion its tirst reading;
carried.
Btmill of the Tax Collector was pre-
sented and thE' sine tibeing found to
correspond to views of City Attorney,
it was noved by Ald. Matthews seconrl
by Ad. Foster to ancept same; carried.
Mr. E. F. Mansfield requested per-
mission to throw out sand on sea wall
worth of North Canal for filling pur-
i nses ; :moved by Aid. (i. Smith scoE iilt
Ald. Matthiews that request IeP granted


MTM EGAZETE-IEWS. THE CITY LEGISLATORS.


provided no digging was done closer t L
than six feet ,)f sea wall : carried try."
"Of course no American family could
Aid. Foster made reeolmendatioin 11 have one unless it was borrowed from
to draining Live Oak avenue;: moved English ancestry." replied the former
by Aid. Matthews. second. Aid. Foster American.
to lay s tame overr until next meeting: "For instance, has your family any
carried. especial cause for pride over your
MMoved iby Ahl.1 Matthews, second vby grandfather?" persisted this particu-
Aid. Foster to accept the hid of I. larly tactless female cad.
Humphries to move the ity stabl,,s Then the American woman opened
sto Ballough lt fore te; carried. l up and replied aits calnly s imssille un-
to Ballough lot foru15.EJ; darri,,., der the circunistances. "Not much, per-
Moved by Al. Harris-sec.ond by Ail. haps. only that my grandfather on my
Matthews that the rebate in taxes of another's side received Iturgoyne's
$22.t0I of Daytona Telephone Tax as sword when he surrendered at Sarato-
requested by the Assessor, due to his ga and my grandfather oil my father's
error, be allowed; carried. side received the sword of Cornwallia
Moved by Aid. C. Smith, second by at Yorktown."
Aid. Matthews that the reql'iuest of the
*A Small leganl Fee.
Ladies Club to l.-ate andl build a pulb- The smallest fee ever taken y i an
lie library building on tie Ila. b English counsel was sixpence, that fee
granted on1 sublissioii of plans for having on one occasion been taken by
same to the Council ai theiralilroval the late Sir John liolker. Barristers'
of same: carried. fees were in olden times much less
Moved by Aid. Matthews, secovid by than those now paid. An entry occurs
Aid. Smith that the Street Committee In the churchwardens' accounts of St.
be authorized. to view the three Pal- Margaret's. Westminster, for 147;.
tttreesn First street in rear showing that a fee of 3s. 8d.. with
metto tss ot First street if rear o four pence for his dinner. was paid to
Goodwins blacksmith shop and if they Robert iFlypott, counsel, learned in the
consider best allow same to be moved; law. for his advice.
carriedl. In Nare's "Glossary" a Imrrister's
Moved Iy Ail. C. Smithh, second 1by fee was stated to Ibe an angel. or I)O
Aid. G. Smith to refer oyster question shillings. These are somewhat different


to Ordinance Connmmittee to report
carried,
Adjourned. J. W. WILKINSON,
City (lerk.



INTERCHANGEABLE M1 ILEA(E.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway has
placed on sale one thousand-mile tickets
at $25., which tickets are good over its
entire system, and also over the lines of
its important connections, representing
in all approximately 15.1O(M) miles. Full
information as to these tickets may be
obtained upon application to any agent-
or representative of the company.


figures from the 600 guineas paid to
Sir Charles Russell a number of years
ago at the Leeds assizes for less than
three hours' work, or at the rate of
over 3 guineas a minute.-London Tit-
Bits.

In the Art Gallery.
"Ah." exclaimed Mrs. Oldcastle, who
was again enjoying the splendors of
her new neighbors' art gallery, "a
Corot. I see!"
"Where'." asked her hostess, looking
doubtfully at the canvas which seemed
to claim the other's attention.
"There." answered Mrs. Oldcastle,
pointing with her lorgnette.
"Well, now, I declare. I can't see a
single crow anywhere around. You
don't mean them little black spots is
te atcrr yo


the left hanud corner, do you T uh
clouds:"-Chicago tecord-llerald.


To Cure a Cold in one Day.
Take laxative Bromuo Quinine Tablets' The Limit of Chivalry.
All druggists refund thie money if it fails There was once a man who zealo
to cure. E. W. (;rove's signature oil declared that woman has no righl
each box: 25.>. Invade the field of wage earning i
She should stay at home. where
belonged.
Finally his four sisters, three cou
$:I.OITo ('4liARLESToN .\NI)RETI'RN. and two aunts, who were witht
masculine protector, gathered al
For Florida Educational D;ay at the him and inquired:
Exposition, the Plant Systemn has nain-me-d "Whose home? Yours?"
thie unprecedentedly low rate of :3.00 Whereat he perceived that tbl
to C'harleston and ret urn from Jackson- ends where fact beginq.-Phlladte
ville. Fla. Tickets will be sold onuly Wed- Ledger.
nesdaiy. May 2Nth. limited to return to The Good and the Bad.
reach destination, until, and inclhdingl One ought to balance the goodwt
Saturday. May tl41st. ('hilinn between I the bad and also the length of thi
thl agIes on f 3 and 12 years will take half', man has lived to form a true esili
rate. This will afford thie opportnnitv of hil character. 'olybius, the or
of a lifetime to see a great exposition lt I historian, has an observation t
f a tim to a grat positionn same effect. "There is no reason,: s
a nominal cost. Never in the history of e fwcy t. T not sontsi
he, "why we should not sonitim
the state has so low a rate ileei made blame and sometimes commndti
to Charleston. The Exposition, which same person, for, as none Is AlwC
is a tre-dit to the South and southern right, neither is it probable that
enterprise, will close Eon June 1st. and it should be always wrong."
will probably loe one or nmore decades
before another such Exposition will be Out of Hls Class.
held in tihe south. This rat.e puts tihe Mrs. Jones-Just think of it T
l-sitio at -evry ( m of tl fellow came in anmd actually sole
ition at the very doors of the po- k right off the uanteliece.
pie of Florida. proportionately low rat-s I Mrs. RBrown-And your dog W-as
being nmahde from all other stations in the very same room!
the State. No one should fail tol take Mrs. Jones-Yes. but that did
advantage of the low rates to see his- count. Fido Is only a watchdA. .
toric old Charleston. and the SouthiCaro- know.-Boston Transcript.
lina Inter-State and West Indian Expo-
sitfon. For tickets and schedules apply Sorry She Spoke.
to ticket agents, or write to F. M Jolly. "Thank you. my little man.1' s
Div. Pass. Agt.. Jacksonville; J. A. Tav- Miss Plssay to the nice little bo.
lor. Div. Pass. Agt.. Tampa, and t. W. had giuet ul his seat in the car. .
Wrenn, Pass. Traf. Manager. Savannah your seat eaugt to always
Georgia. i".No'm." renlied tile> hrigit o ",


q


deo w a" mmr-hb oYwW~w


Now
V04=p


WHAT HE THOUGH I UF HIM
A riestal (arld erSial tory and a
Loet Suit For Slander.
A certain Kansas man, so the story
goes, wanted to tell a neighbor what
he thought of him without laying him-
self open to a suit for damages. So he
hit on the plan of sending him each
day a postal card with only one word
written on it in a large hand, in addi-
tion to the date obscurely tucked away
In a corner.
The person receiving the cards rec-
ognised the handwriting and, suspect-
ing something, kept them until they
stopped coming, when he read them
consecutively in the order of their re-
ception. What lie read was. "Itidicu-
lous old Bill Jones is the mn'a nest cuss
In town," and be at o:v-e instituted a
suit for slander against tlh, s tnder.
The latter's lawyer, howcv er, called
attention to the fa-t thnlii te postal
card containing "ridi.-u'ois." though
mailed first, was dated the day after
the date of the card having the word
"town." Moreover, a careful inspection
would show that after the word "ri-
diculous" was an exclanmtion point,
and after the word "town" was an In-
terrogation munak, so that the series of
postal cards might be ninde to read:
"Old Bill is the meanest cuss in town?
Ridiculous!" He claimed, therefore,
that instead of slandering the plaintiff
his client had defended h;ii from nlian-
der. and this plea was sustained by the
court.
But. all the same. everybody in town
insisted that the first reading of the
cards was the correct one, so that the
writer attained his object.

Reasons For Pride.
There was present at a certain big
dinner in England an American wom-
an of prominence who was somewhat
annoyed by a tactless English woman
who undertook to banter her and who
sald:
"I take it for granted that you have
,- In--r- iew coun-"


Don't plod along like your grandmother did before
you, scouring and scrubbing; bending and rubbing.


GOLD DUST

makes housework easy. It cleans everything and
injures nothing. More economical than soap.

Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
acsco. NewYork BoeSio St LMi.--Maen of OVAL FAIRY.SOAP.


Two *aNdedmeas.
High mindedness and right minded-
ness may profitably be supplemented by
"two mindedness." which has been de-
fined as the habit of taking into ac-
count what is urged on both sides and
trying to combine the essential parts
of the two opposing arguments Into
one higher truth. Magnanimity. bon-
esty. breadth-a trio of qualities worth
possessing and the last by no means
the least.
I'lacinnK the Sympathy.
Grimes-looesn't it disgust you to see
a youngster trying to lUnke i na n of
himself by imitating the wiles of his
cliders?
ilarris-Not at all. I cannot help
symipatilizing with the boy, he evi-
dently so thtrougihly enjoys making a
tool of hiimself.-ltostou Transcript.
Forgot immself.
She-My lhusl>inad is a brute.
Friend--All men are brutes, my dear.
She-Mine is slnniply iboininable! I
asked hinti if he did not think you as
pretty as 1. and he said "Yes."-New
York Weekly.

Nothing Is so grand as truth; noth-
in;t so forcible, nothing so moral.--Lan-
dur.


Si IATI [1R ill I M( t %l'ISM I 'I :` .\A I -T :t
I["O 1' t .0 e ims AiYi s o S loFsr ';l il .
'I h.i'v, I4-mn 1 ftfli-teil with sciatic
rhieiinHt isit. fto f ilrt,-r i i irs.'s" s;ivs
Josh i' i l."ir'. if (i<,rii; wtn Cal. (';1. "'I
was Ibilh to I, u1" nn)11,l bI t 1 o.lstlalntly
sIufferi,. I triti,I evE-'vt' i hiin I couhl hi.ari
Iof inIl it l;Ist wa\ s t,1i, to try 'vi(ihatitil-r-
lin's 'Pain l al.. whi-lh I didl ain % \\ ais
iiumnmdiatelyv reliv ,,d ;aidl iil a short tini,
<'U *i|I. m;ind I ; aii happ;i ,Iy to m ;Iy it hli;, u it
sin*,-' r'e-tuiirn',l.'" W hIy mmit i."- thiii. lini-
inent ;mil g-It well'" It i- for -.il y I ill
dln !u i, i-.


The ChMnese BrideV Wears Red.
]Rod is the nuptial color ini ('hina. The
acmlies that c;,rry thlie tlr:hle in her litter
are dri'sso'd ill red, and they beair a
\V:il'f m:lran.ge tree loaded with fruit
aid co'in. The bride's compartments
are finished in red trimmings, presents
.rt- carried oni red trays, the hlnlnenro
bormie in the procession are originill1 )
.r-illhoni. which are brightened l liy tlh
rosy glow of the lanternts. ed umbrel-
his are carried, and illuminated signs.
blaze in color. The canopy itself is
decorated according to the wealth and


- the taste of thlie bride's family. A poor
woman Is carried to her wedding feast
in a plain chair painted red. If thet
family has wealth or rank, the plan.
l. quin is vry ornate, decorated with
[t ) dragon lleads. Tlit'e C(hinese skill ini
"1- working silk or ghold cord is (isplayed
i mitn n artistic manner. Whicn the bride
appears, site wears a red veil. and the
lS I tlcrs Io her antestors, whose blessing
"t a is invoked. are written on red paper.
Ibut 'lh' Ie id ite g nIerally wears a crown
adorind will tinsel and mock jewels,
nI ide:i which h is much more prevalent
ory in Sweden.-Woman's Homne Compan-
Ihla ion.


ith
ea
ate Tlhisasignature is on every box of the gelqim
re Laxative Bromd-Quiiae Tablets
thth the remem, that m a esia Im mn day
ays .


nes
the
ays
lihe



hat
the

Sin

don't
you



iaid


Queer.
"Life Insurance people are queer."
observed the man with the Incandes-
cent beard.
"Are they?" asked the man who Is
introduced at this point for the pur-
pose of leading up to the next line.
"Yes. First they convince you that
you may die within a week In order to
get you to apply for a policy, and then
they must convince themselves that I
you will live a hundred years before
they will Issue IL"-Baltimore Ameri-
can.


The Small Eoy's Plaa.
"Willie." sie said. "if you eat any
more of those preserves I'll give you a
whipping."
"You wouldn't whip a sick boy.
would you?" he asked pathetically.
"Of course not."
"rlThen I'll eat enough to make me
sick "-Chicago Post

Your Tongue

If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver is out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys-
pepsia, make your liver right.
Easy to take, easy to operate.
2.c. All drugrlsts.
wAlit -our in .. ,,- l arr a I eautiul
brown or rwh 11k Th, ua jse
BUCKINGHAM'S DYEWr0.'rter
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Titus x


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ROOMS. v i


ilt I.,oLh.s ,,. vd at ;ill hours.
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First Class Worf
Al.l. (ON TlHE

Daytona Steam

o LAUNDRY

3Phone a



N. ERICKSON

Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker v
I), r's inMl Winlow .~ s -rii 'i.ture-
Mounlioi s inid. to order. .All1 kinds of


--I't'nitutr Iteplairingd'>ne on short notiMe
AMcKinley and IlII Mother. .-s im ii i
sac .. a I l .at re sol-a llle prices..
Dr. itixvy., \ ln for some years was
the prhiate p hy1 sicia. ins the M lcKinley ',tiun, \\<,.nii,.. I);,ytnea. Fla.
hititsebhol. u.sed to tell that i henl tlie
late pre'sidhiltt's inotl(her s.at douwni for
the first tinl' to a ilhiteI House dinner ,
what seemed to inipress her must was .
the prodligal suilply of cream. She ,1-^ .-
CoM'iiiMemte -Id olIn thle anluaIltnCe Mand tlin- i
iadlle. "tWehl, illi:i, lsat last I know g
what tsthy tneaiivwhmen they speak ,f

'h'le president laughed. "I admit."
said hI.- "that there seems to be an
extravIaiugsnt arm'ay of cream on the ta- C.
blie. It 34u know. mother, we can iaf-
ford It ke',1p a cow tOWv." J


Attention is h1eWW_ e 1 tle t i
section of thie m *U w P N
duties of the Cttyfrbidat:
Deetli I A. l A qf
nure m and heads of fSlba-da repo et ho
the City Physieian witi.in twenty-W iernim
all births, deaths, and emes of eotaglme
diseaseseeurlngin the city auosn
by them tMnde o mong the mor
the tamlly or the ad thereof. o bl--m
furnished for that purple, and w every
offenMse of not making much report shall be
subject to a ine not to exceed ome am
dollars or to imprisonment In the City Jail ot
to ezeeed thirty day or both it the dIoeretiou
of the Mayor ittilng in Mayor'. Court.
Thisb ordinance will be strictly enforced on
and after May lot, 1W2.
By order of the C tyCouni. April 28, lr.
City Clerk.

Am Ordimame to edat UM
NMmbti"tM of ik*dla*** I
Im .c0 Citry fDaf rm-.
Be it ordained by the Common Council of
the City of Daytona:
Section I. Owners of buildings within the
city shall be at liberty to number the same but
shall conform to the following plan:
noction 2. Beach street hball be the base
line In numbering wept thereof: Vohl-ia
avenue shall be the base line in numbering
north and so- th thereof.
Section 3. For numbering purposes, lots on
the ocial map of the city shall be divided
into equal parts of twenty-five feet as nearly
a pou-ible and a number awarded to each
said prt. All numbering to be according to
the Philadelph a System. as nearly as pos-
sible.
section 4. Each respective l lock on each
respective street shsl lbe numbered to one
hundred and in tumbering north or xouth or
nestt from the first block a new higher conse-
cruive number shali commence with each such
block.
Section 5 Whoever shall number otherwise
than as herein before provided in this ordi-
nance shall be liable to a fine of five doilurs:
and whoever after notice from the city to
conform much irregular number to the require-
ment of this ordinance and shall persist in
retaining such irregular numusiber, shall be
liable to an additional ine of five dollars for
each offense and for every r2petltion thereof.
Pasedi on first reading April 14th. 19tY.
Passed on second reading April 2ith. lf02
Passed on third reading May 12th, 19tM2.
Approved:
J. B. PARKINSON.
May r
CHAS. L. SiMilrH,
Pres. of Council.
Attest:
J. W.WILKINSON,
City Clerk.


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Diweet oad tndiM ,

Laundry Dryidug Plants
Furnmikhed and I
All Work Done at the Very Lowuil
Estimates Cheerfil
Furnished.


Telephone 64.


DAYTONA.


JOS. OSBORN~


Sanitary Plumbing &

Gasfittng

Steam and Hot Water Heating.
Estimates Furnished. Work Guaraas
P. 0. Box 285
Office at European Hotel. Shop in nu~.
DAYTONA, FIMRIDnA.



$1.25 per
Gallon.
Mention this paper and send for
Price List.
Winston Die. Co.
Winston, N. C.
Lowest Price Whiskey House.


( First pub May 17; last pub. June 7)
OSce. i H.Gove,
SNotice is hereby given that the nndersigned
i guardian of the tate of Mabel L, Lillian A'WHITF rl, BtILDER AND CONTRAc TMl
and Florence E. Bingham will on the thb dlay
of June A. D., 19Y-2, make application to the Resi(lele and ofli-e, northeast corner ef
Hiionorable J. iLee MeCrory. County Judge of
Volusia County. for leave to sell at a private Ridgewood and Volusia avenues.
s ale the .tone eighth 'uterest ,f said minors in "P'Ilone M9. Daytona, Florid
the following property situated in the City of
Daytota. County #4 VlAusia and State of
i Florida, described as follows: Lots I and 2.
B B.K-k :37 except the S:.' i i h-'f1 feet of said li. t, O
according to Hadtgenmai' survey of Daytona. ce Ous
C. M. BINGOHAM, JR..
Dated this 12 h day of May. A D., l.ri n.F. W. SAMyS, Proprietor.
Rates $2.(M) per Day and U pwardg;
SSpecial to Regular Boarders.
NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA.
CHARTER.
Notice is hereby given that on or H E ADAWH
about the 10th day of June, A. D., 1902. H EA DA CH E
the undersigned intmorporatols willapply jH E I C
to the IHonorable Minor S. Jones, Judge
of the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida, for his approval of a
Charter of Incorporation of an Asso-
.iation to be known as the Pinewoid At d d. Usi. 25 B 2Mb
Cenmet.ry Association, to be located at
GooIthill, (opposite Daytona) Volusia
County. Florida. The object being the
purchase of the cemetery now known as s0 YBAR&
i'inewood Cemetery, to lay out. improve, XPINCR
leautify and preserve the same; and for
that purlaise to dispose of burial lots.
receive donations and solicit subscrip-
tions. all of which are to be in accordance
with the laws of Florida providing for
the granting of charters to corporations
not for profit. y, n arm gAa
The proposed charter being on file in D sl
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court .
of Volusia County during the pendancy uaS isme
of this notice. Signed, ta proa tl Cm
JOHN B. PAKKINaON ts
C. M. Bi.,tnAm, JR. .PagaUno Sw m p
CAROLINE CARTER
I.AWRENCE THOMPSON sdsm k
Mi.ns. E. J. ABoTdr
J. M. OSBORN eaation ot any r-eienti-a L Tmll
fDated this 14th day of May, A.D., 1902. bera nfur th t Md

(First Pub. April 26; last May 31)
Citation of Administration.
In County Court. Citatn.
SVolusia County, Florida, )Cttion.ing
nY THE JMIHiE OF1- SAIlD 'UNTY:
Whereas, C. L. Smith has applied to -
this ('ourt for IAtters of Administration Furniure dU
on the Estate of A rthur Forest, deceased,
late of said county of Volusia. TT n*
These are, therefore, to cite and ad- Undeftaking*
nmonish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of said deceased, to be and ap-
pear before this Court, oi or before the
Second day of June. A.. D). 1902, antid file
objections, if any they have, tothegrant-
ing letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
sname will be granted as prayed. i
Witness my name as 'unty Judgef f Ne
the countyy aforesaid, this 23rd day of line of W waste
April. 1002. J. LEF: MCltoy. j
t Baskets and Hampers


NEW BAKERY &
[H i uving in-al.sed Mr. Lind.i rg'. in- Indurated W ates
t.-n-t in the bakery business. 1 have at
rIremove l to the...
Harroun Building CooleSy
in the rear of the Opera Hlouse where
will continue the manufactir of Blitrad.
'Pis. 'akes and anil kinds of Baker'" -
goodls, and will furnish Falivcy C'akes, -C gCrao
Ma.;,-i olns. Kisses, et,. to order. Orders R fatos.
also taken for plain and fancy Icecr-ams -
and ihes. puit up in brick formn if desired.
Thanking all my former patrons for
their trade in the past hope to rit a D ona T ephon
rionitinutince of tile same. ('all and see.te e. Dayt 1CITee Iom

Wm. Stiling. Company


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. IWICKIN, Manager.


vho Practical Philosepby.
\ul l);u;imhter-Pl:i. dear, what is the dif-
'ive ference Itween accident and fate'


i':a-T'hat buttons fly off a man's


.1 -.. ... --.. I .. .. .' -- clothes is accident. i nmar a manu wife
to old ladles."-Philadelphla Press. never sews then on is fate.-Detroit
Sarmoaatitl a Dtiealty. Ni I.s ,F TIM Free PIress.
Alice, who was five years old, was I have soldl 'hamlerlin' tColic Ch('iolera Too Optimistic.
often asked to run errands for her amd4 Diarrhoea Rmmnedy for years and "Everything into which he put money
mother. She went very willingly If would rather lie out of coffee and sugar into w e
she could pronounce the name of the than it. I sold five bottles of it vyest.r- sent to have turned out wrong. I
article wanted, but she dreaded the day to threshers that could gonofurther Wonder what the trouble was?"
laughter which greeted her attempts and they are at work again this mnorn. "Hte ts persistently insisted on mak-
to pronounce certain words. "lnegar" i -1R. Phelpi.. Plymouth, Oklahoa. Ing a molehill out of a mountain in con-
was one of the hardest for her. She I L theabothe threshers ideringobstacles."-Chicago Post.
was~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~A A hoIhehadstfo t4)8e... |, n .........


T'l I.NI>'(.\TI: YlO it l':SIREES
is aill that is in,.cessary.
. \V \\ill ,, i llhi' r,'st.
STlie' ;lily outpit of louir o iv't s consists
o, all va rinties of
I READ
aiiI a real.t variety of pi-i,. -ake and
| >astiy.
Thi x'ei ll'x e' .i ,i ,,f e-:lih article is lnei


PURE ICE
Made from Distilled Water.


Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays.


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aUy Dtly DAIly IjTAT1
U, so I.M 1 ... .. ....... k
ji I p I l.v... ........... South Jac
8 p 1 0, p1 sa Lv .......... ..... I-blo
13 P!P, 2 UpA 0a I....... .... Atla-.tic
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BAN XATEC
57 s. 4'
lh ly Da:ly STA
pf a v .... ... Enst P
p s a Ar ....an .
SANPOaD BRANCH.
It ,"so. 12
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t Sa Lv .. ... lit.:- -r- 1 -t
Ti a,Lv....... M.. ..... ..iLv l C7P
a Lv ....... i !e i ....... .'1 1 '2a
aLV ..... nterp- -, l.v II :0a
*Ua'Ar 8- if.,-( ......1.L 11 o a
these Time Tabl -h-- the timne- at whi
t the s evertl -ra'i.tie .. ',. i, tl,-iuarirnv:jl ,r ilI
w doesr thb 0' ,iisal :!.y i-i..! i ,-lf i.is*1n.1bl

L Pimsuar and Occidental Ste
lsNTwwsN MIAMA, KEI
SOUTHBOUND.
ZR.ffir. a Mona W si ... .......... 11 C p
- At. e Key West. Tue- Thu '- ..... 30 1
Ar. HavLna&. WtIs. Frir- .... : a,
For eopy of I.w-al TiI -C-1 ailre-s any Age
S D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. A


Salakt DMeU*t Come F 'ran, :-ta|M.
The beautiful product used for t I,1;
Ig and commonly known as se:l- iit
fa not furnished by the true se:al. \\ h..I '
okin is almost useless exc' pl;t wvh; :1.
ued as an ornamental mat or stifY ru-.
They are the sea lions and sta bears-
the eared meals. otaria-whose skins
We so highly valued Iecause so soft
and warm. The true seal is (Ptcommonl
Mbg but Its skin is only prized as a.
tphy., and It imay be added that
sealakin when ready for clothing hia:t
Uat, as often supposed, the same downy i
appearaace on the living aiinin:l. living;
e.oered with long. co:rse.I deeply rooted
hairs. whlhe drop out when dressed by
the furrier and leave the soft, woolly
air uninjured.


Ve Kw What YV Are Taking
SWhen you take (Grove's Ttastel'ss hill
Tomc because tiw formula ii I- plainly
pinted ou every bottit- h swinu tlaa il
b imply iron and iluitina in t;iii -tl- ..
blrm. No C'ure. No' Pay'. 25.'.

Prmes.
Dr. Hanson. writing on the subject of
Prunes, says: "A pound of prunes is
equivalent as food to a galloi f milk
and costs but a quarter as inut)tl. It is
about equivalent to a pound of bread.
but is far more healthful. Considered
f._. .. st..ani .o in

*IERE 1" 1i' BOTTLED SUNSHINE.

1 NATURE'S GREAT FACTORY IN WHICH
COAST RAILWAY. IS PRODUCED COAL.

0. 18 EA Ltmp of the liberal Tells Its I -
0. In Ef ct April 15, 1902. *-u.. minio. e., ar to,,r I..
a. Pew W@ord--A Wonderful Proe-
SPe of EvolItuIol.
LME. a 'lla. 32 Your life to mine Is as a second to a
I thousand years. I will let you know
nVtie ..................Ar 7o,8p Gal that in my time I have seen such sights
soinell................L %6 5 47 & 1 as would make you gasp In astonis-
a.....................:: :: i l. 7a meaut. Once. In untold ages past. long
S........................a : 2, before man had appeared on this old
Pont .................01 p 60s a ; world. I was alive. Yes, the dirty old
"ono ......................".. 11 ss piece of coal was a living thing in those
Ftona .....................3 1 l 527a. so
Orange ............. I' 6s I dim. distant ages. A thing of beauty.
" "..::.......... --- I noa 0 too-a thing to be admired. I was a
*vtlle ..........". ... ...... F fern. Not such a paltry thing as you
10 ... .................... ,' decorate your homes with and grow In
ied'l .................. l20g1 ........ r a little earthenware affairs. My trunk
Urne ..................... Sp. 1... alone measured five feet across.
.ate...................... u t ... r Yet I was nothing out of the ordinary.
A ....................... ...... 1 j In those days there were many little
,als ................ .... to .. i plants forty feet or so in height. Ev-
n......................... s ....... ery bit of coal you toss about in such
uart................... ..... 0 heedless fashion once was a living
-unr ....................Q- n d plant-a plant which grew and flour-
Jupiter ............ ".......... .......d
Im Beach.............. 4 ;"s Shed, even as your plants of tolay
ale ................... grow and flourish. But In these de-
id e rd a le ...... .......... 7 .5t e ap.......
n City ..................... 6 ..... generate days plants are poor feeble
ami .................... 4 a...... little things. Plants were plants In
i ON TRAIN ; AND 78 those days. We bad no petted and
pampered ferns. We had no houses of
B SCoiHJEULES. glass. artificially kept warn so that
the poor little dears shouldn't get cold.
EAST PALATKA. Those were tile days of real fertis, of
healthy ferns free from all newf;angled
Nos. 46. 48 e. SO'w.. 641Me. Go nonsense about fertilizers and soils and
l.L-ly I D ily, DAlDai DaIily I Dbatly aspects and such childish weaknesses.
atka .......4r 6s 0 --;p f 5 in those early days thie earth was not
..... .... ... .5 p, -- .... as It is today. It was holler. for It
BRANCH. had cooled from a globe of uiolien rock.
Its atmosphere wars ,hivy with warnil
U No IS'No 20 vapors; close and oppressive, you would
Di y Daily Daily call it. but it Just suited us. as we grew
otle................. Ar 815: 12 25 6 3 S0p and luxuriated in It. The earth's crust
pBeo I ............... 745B' 1i-. t6op was thin. aud heaved about. gradually
p 7 40 a 11 45 I 5 P raising' vast continents from the bed of
the sea and slowly dra:ging otli-rs
3 BRANCH. deep into the ocean. It wav;s a tine (f
vast changes.
oxs N. 4i 58 1 grew oil the utiddy lbaiils or a great
atatiDaily 1 pool of wnatr. whichwas :fed by slug-
"-l* tlil ...... .. .... 6- "-B IO)oI w. .'h. ...'. .r fcd6l 00a l0-
.Mia.- ..%. 0 S 0agis l streanis and lord 'reild Ily minvt-
ORANGE CITY BRANCH. strolls reds. Oin the 'other side st retcih-
ORa NU CIT R NC. _..4 _ed a vast swnnip tad a dark forest of
No 3 No. I No. 2 No. 4 tanitgled vfgetatiotn. Ior hundreds of
Daily l.i rA -. 'ail Daily miles there was no break to this forest
3 0- p 10 10 at l Lv N. n rna .Ar 1 to 6 50 p beyond ;a few bogs allid lpo 3 4921.1 1 21 a Lv Lke k1#hitnL %.v 0 551 p4 top water. TIhe sun thne h[ot tiuL on l te. o
t 05 i It 45ai a r(n O ityng i Lv 12 i0 p 4 15 no wonder I grew well in this humnid
......._ ... .___ 1 atinorp;ihere. Thln lihere wvere fri;zltfuil
chi train a y *. \ ;.,-. ,,-* a'rivo e anel ,tlpart storn s, w el:tn iliglity tre. s -re ttu lllng
Ipartu tt ti -:,. i- nt egarante-.-. down aiald swept biy lloods to) the bottom
S (o)r illy "t;. t. ell, eu iIg of the i ool. "his had gone oa il a es be-
fore I a[pl -r-ed a livr groniln: it went
amship Connections at Miama. on iag s iner. Tihe rsiiit w:.s that the
SWEST AND HAVA A buttolu of the p)ool was ;a It;lss of fallen
IF WEST AND HAVANA. trees. The it,,v ly I-Ild l s pressed
NORTHBOUND. on the lbott nm tones. and after lthou.
I.v. THivana. T,:.- Tinr 00 ls s of yv:ars. tilie w: ta I Ud, t111 lle
Ar. khey v e-T. i u- lI i- .. .... 6 30 p lhe't atnI lthe lit'r-slurt- tutrnIId I thlw
1.. K.' y \ ,- '* 'uri ... ..... .. 7 0 i nmlilhtyv beds of \eg:.-t l:s!i iastter Into
Ar M ianil. % .is I-ri- ..... 6 t a w i C
\nt. what you !n'] co:il.
In the dense forest it w\:s soiiLewha:lt
Lgent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. tihe satle. 'Tree-.s wrt- t lirownl d.wn
-. .-.....---- by hurriean,.s: freshti oins gruw\v a noll f-ll
vitlt11ti s to storll:s. S it \\ HELPING OUT THE HERO. luiog centuries Inaitil lhl la~t forest grew
on the top of a great thickness of bur-
A Uetr.i.llie S.c ne That Was Not led trees, ferns and u -scs. Anlllid tlis
Io.. on .athe rI'laybhll. exuberant vit-et-ttionl were Imany faln-
In tlie ,old .idays. liwhent ;I cert:lin T x t:stic and 111i;-iltIh !iniilnli s. Ilound
as (it v w:s i *t qx-\:ii;v lthel r chalt ingill: ulo t im they ra:td.u thl. forest resoulnd
r!;tI it is nw. I %w;,. |al:.\ing in "-Moln with their hidi!ous bjtlloiwings. They
te-IChristo" to a:1 Irowdtd Iouise All %% ere so strnai...v sl sli-ed that I could
afternoon the cowhlov of his Itype of not w,ell described t, l-h tlo you. E lIn
the day had been coluing into town for some of the dies had wings half a foot
the performance. I could see lhiln well long from tip to tip.
in evidence in the front row of the hal- Onse day I saw a commotion in the
cony. his skin jacket shining and his midst of the lake far away from me.
pistols glistening in his belt The arch 'The bed rose up and bellied forth
villain was facing his fate in the tinal steam and ashes and molten rock. lu
act. amld I spoke my lines. "Your time the years that followed the fluid rock
has come." Suddenly a cowboy stood rolled down the sides of the volcano


up in the front rank in the balcony.
drew his pistol and drew a bead on the
villain of the piece "If you don't fix
him." ranig out his voice, "I will:"'
There he sto ,d rt:nly to lutl tlh threat
Into execution.
-Kill Uae i.pl<-li!' Kill tum quick'"
cried InI l'Yt-lltov :;-t;ir irler his bre lths.
tr<-iallhn :i t l "- l ,: i-.he't ,f ;a nlire re-
al.-tic end ir',;:i l ti gt n lell aiI:n in th1 e
b:ilh.1.ny. Ilnt 1'ie joke w:is too good a
ont' for tih: t I prolonged the duel as
aial-,'s ;ia t>.,s i!,lh. blut iirt.senitly the
arch i% .Wst; -.l f h', lirst pl:1usible op-l
"Tha.t's riIlt:; s -d hiis right- If
you h:idn't >ti "prol\ia;sly fl-'tll the'. ,irce in the b.al-
t.on a


r um an economy c lllIi". .
lmet, fish. milk or eggs can be provided sut that (circttis-t.lntc h.iesse tled l.ny
for the maine llto lerate c ,ist. a:nd nolle o 1:1lie tolts 0t g 'it :tix ,,wie t.t )11.I thail l- :11rt
of them contains. event aplroxim.ate',. ly ; Itr. Ac.tors N--1tall tile tu lae fpr
the same aggregate of uutritive ele. all ennagoaenlt stn Isie ili:uins role :id
meats." :1t:k. "'Are i.tui g,,in g i, I;:y in Texas
next ye:tr. Mr. O'Nill:"
Desglas Jerroeld Sebool. ."Yes."
Douglas Jerrold wrote "Itila-k Eyed "Thaink you:"
Susan" wlhn lite was twent lv -o and That wouldd be the entd (of it. for ench
rontribul.td I- I'uit-h tIle inuat-nsely woullb.l s~av. --; dayy:"-.linies O'Neill
popular "-t :tl!ole .Lctiures- ot lo' ngI in S:tturdaly ltvi'ling Post.
afterwa;rd I ut -it nille vye':atrs of a:e
youlnl: .li-rrh. d li.id ',-0t s.- tr-icy able to A True Poem.
read. :,i:d it w\as not uitil be %w:is a.- I' Iow hard it is to t,,ll what makes a
arelntiic1l 1 tLl a rinteri. after s w. ing fotr true lo o ic i. a; i.-stisI2 .~oe-i : \lalIn one
t eon .< ti .- :: .:,!lli lI 1 S' t. ll;It ai .s s lil 'l w it. it is. b..w h finally
Ih srO 4 -1.1 1 Ili tl.-i lt t' ,:'ity for llinl.gs uiri- ht ow ht,, .d to n;t-r lv thle
lun <-ll,--Itual .al :-'\ ,l *int li..t down tI. a ft-w tlli;ss: Is it beau-
So .- .- i t- i .li nio ts


The Best PreCriptl for Malaria
Chill and Fever is : l,; Ittties of <.I lui -,
TAsTLSoR CHIIIE. To M. It I- -'i:lIY
Iron and quini- in ;,a t -t.-.-.--- firlh.
No Cure. No( lPay. l'-i-.., ".. t-'


ty I \ I A Ul t' l *, e-- ..... I
witlh lit :u tili l u It 'iins ,\>t-ry dy ay that hli,
1iiv ,r tlliinls ol or rct trs to ; lt :tin. It
is cr rtatin that witihoIt onu i tlltu hag there
is lio rtal I'o trylv--:<'tlli:ne i .pssionl. The'
it; c :: t':;;t' i itVl i ou tt rof hb atn aindl con-
i I ,,;- a l t I .. ..ti 1-t .. iI h


s;!i >d li: -lll s ollt l', eri nt ec.iuse E si.-l t
ThMe LSpreme Test. Wi. s --:it lc l'l. alld lai .,it]ir potnl
*Togu tay be a clergyman." said the n.u r so ,il. ty. aii;i:iidl Yw:il inlot per-
Ullw-ay dignitary to the stranger whio a:lt -l,!t'Y bhdapplled for a half fare I -rtnit. "'but Uhi !- t >:t It li t ,-i- it ,is.~ io ed.
M* haven't furniishled me sutlicient ev- -.;onii liuri'r-Jls in Ceiitury.
Idenfe of IL lHow do you pronounce -- -- -
SMe I C-1--l e-d I\. llorex. and to lir.
"Mel-kez-4--dek." promptly responded As re':irdl- % .:,-r. g rs.V hsil-oes li\"
the strange r lonI g, s:. I-r..n 1 or' .-s is.:rly as lu:n.
1 Without anotla-r word the r'ailwavy I C(rea. lor t.e.l hs ,i-e"- :;i' dl<.ti'-:'nt ill
p man iade out the permiL-t.hicagoi stui il. 1 e\w'r. -,'l't'u:a;i Y in siti:aw'r
Trnbune. wit-;lit r. I'>; .. on ; Oi i <-r;i~'et. ;r'.' their
r es.t. lor.'-,'. w\ li h lalt Th V1e Wa1 Out. ttronger ;andl toulhii'r lthan otihelrs.
.How did you1 eer manage to get
out of buying vcur wife that ora ood s u imprses tose
V.t Th, ;oodne- hin u impresses those
loek that ste wasted so much.I told he aroliund us for their good, since good is
that I would buy it for her on her l rn
thirty-tlfthb ..rthday and asked her to I ia Jour,;sI.
S let me know the lime."-Detruit Free .
'rea. 'If tn hI roard. look on til- bIright side.


into the water below. Mighty clouds
of steamn arose, aand :is tlie vapor con-
den-sed it fell upon us as warnnm rain.
This is why I grTw so well and why
the vegetation uroutnd uJe \\as so rank-
ly luxuriant.
Many years after the land began to
sink. Slowly It went downU: slowly
the w:ter closed over our hl'tads until
all the mighty forests w.re dehp) und the sea. Thus we itoupped for count-
less years. ntnd a henry bed of sand ac-
cumullllltel above us. hlien. just as
slowly. we narse until we forced a
vast elevated land. The'n ciatne other
forests--trees whose linlbs were tan-
ghle wiith li.orlmolts festoons iad :gar-
lands of ,strn. gte clinilbintg plan.its. 'Jr-
rible thuldlrstorlrs : i lnie lbrouke the sl.
leiet'- of thltse' w\oNX-iltd solitlud's sale
when soune i ightyi fet-n crt:Ihsd to the
ground or whlist tlhe winid tore down
youna; lr;ant-bes and hurled them into
tile swill:.1ps.
oo :ill went on anew, as of old. and
tlhe continent sank once more below
the waters of the ocean, taking with it
lihe blds iof buried verdure. Yet agi;in
it ruse., and ag;:;in it s;ink. So layt'r
upiIn i-y .r of i;:int s n:l of so.nil wt-re
fornmed-\in:t la;*ytrs. which tulk ages
inll hiiail.l1,ilt to forau--until there was a
depth of 1o,0,t0 fet omf hard backed wood
and si:tnd. (if c al anil dirt. LoIok at
mc. and y,1, w%%ill til-I thla;t y3ou canl
trace mny uisirkingis. In t\evry pit you
ean tind hullndrtls of dt-licate fern
liaves and Iiosses as perfect as when
alive. v ll (ai l ni svc e cu thlie vt-ilas of
the fraagiltv fronds, so Ie:nitifully 11prss-
ed are the-y. lDirty, old coal. indeed!
It w:is lth.- stin wl;hI( usadle me. I
nlsorlied his r:.\s tint :. \Vhen you
liirn iint. I ciie tihl-ii 1:11lk again. I
Mill :1 il:1-9 of 4 ,itt, l .i l .iwshi ilw )o you
ri.atliz lh it t fir- ,, y u \ :itcha Is the
sqhm !linll r I.. I] l 1r'W i') I lt, o t s ,l iU ll
stslr-.ts ililillnu rIl'lt : i.'1 ,'I' It i-s no
1l1 1t of filwn-y to s:iy tlth.t I atilt bottled
tiii(hliii '; it is a ftact.
I her Tetlchr 'Wna Not .loIw.
l:i. t:a."' l: limglt \\ ;: "1 bucked
a b;ailni tr sl,:n inll 'irnt I(f dti ti .icier."
"I d-ui't sev aa.lny jiLeL its tllit." ilp ke
tup Ils hinotlher.
"I1 .t.'t \ou? W1 ll. !le timitliled all
right, all r:;.hst."-Pl'hiladill!*: at lt corJ.


I'lime Flit Itir 'ures..
IaT- ahe sft~l ::. flip. ..lI re-
jtCeted eleIs,-. but hu o-uldtI'Iliot sw.Illow
the u-diior*! -riticisus.
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SIPOLOTERER and
S U MANUFACTURER of HIGH GRADE

Moss and Fiber Mattresses.
er in Se. .lond Hand Furniture and toves. .
Your Old Furniture Matde as Good as- lw,
sli St. and Belleview Ave. Daytona, 7


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
TE. D1LLINGH.\M,. Proprietor.
McCllIaM f Ed awards. Malnmaws.

oulding, Scroll Sawing, Turnmiug,
T < T 1 \^ (i'olonitl('Vlunins. Ponrhntolumnai
FOrk and Wood Yard. i,<-.\i.i:i.. to order. 'Phone-o
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARflACY,


NORTH BEACIIH STREET
BOND BOND CO., Has a .et Stck of......
'ORATED) DRI'TS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEI.IC'INI:.. IRISES,
-ICTL'RERS OF- COMBS AND TOILET SOA 1I'S.

Rough and Fed Pine Cypress, Perfumery and Fancy ToiLt Articles.. <

Lumber, h, Shingles, 0

Floorngingg Ceilig.* DR..I. M .JONES, proprietor., an le .oit- Brick, -im.ement in Stock. hours; ottice hotiur Siundys. 9: il"to 10::31) 0i. ms.; 2::30too 4::;0 p. m.

Offices and YVrds: East !ailway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager Trow ell's Express 4M Baggage Line %


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"SAN MATll etgar.
It's all Florida.


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S5. W., RO.fy SAN MATILO


HALIFAX WON 'A ORKS


FINE WAGONS


CARRIAGES.


Horse-Shoeing ;1'inacks.itin


Telephl~one 93


Ottirc iln the ( p-to- liDat Ito'lb.r Shop.


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


t is a Fact


grti(er4-s illthe alty. I 'aii-a. as .11, rt-igli


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Longe's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


Corner 3.acW'street and Second Avanu


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EiER & Rix, Proprietors.


RI bber 1i e Crr Fine Horses CrfmDrh*w
We are well equipped w Ridem." The finest turnouts in the city.
*Bumes meet all tiqake pamnger to ay part ar the city. '
Trunks delivered. Stables opposite Public school.
_phone 27


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S I I" I Tading :
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if )ruona. P'rewripitions com-
wpoud(sternl Pharmacist only.

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TRY OUR I'INE. ;H IA.4A\M-2.5ents a bottle. 4-110
SBoech ftit. 'P 'P DAYTONA. FLORI D A
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BUNNEL'S

Saw and Plaig Mills
:ir, in >\, l ;;r.l l ,fr ti t nI. s ,f


ROUGH AND DRIED PINE


ON VERY SHORIOTICE.


WE ME1F' ALL COkrrTION.


Hammoes


Refrigerator

Gasoline StLves

Ice Cream Freezers

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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.


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no.. wre t L Ambl af .
S y aa deloma tells anamu
s the days of bis amb-
gayh e A hurry cal was re-
.y a"- ad he with the am-
wsMM hated with great
:*i so a 16 eit i onea of the poor-
S gls of the caty. BHe etabed sev-
al ghb of stairs and fond at the
up a amuly gat-hered I a dismantled
m surrounded by their goods and
ehatteis, evidently ready to move.
T e patient bad been burned, the
dseter knew, but be failed to discover
alas C of one until the mother of the
S alily explained that she was the vie- I
tim and amiably volunteered the lu-
formation that she was ready to go to
the hospital at any time. She was a
remalrkably healthy accident case. and,
w t young physician exphlinit that he
I eaMi have to make an examination
se at l the true nature of her inJu-
itaking her off.
S lb awred somewhat wrathfully
V t a, but finally uncovered one arm,
here was to be seen a bad but not
irto burn of a week before. It was
S t a bas requiring hospital treat-
meat, ad the doctor departed, a severe
sagie lashing from the would be pa-
S sat following him as he hurried down
S. talr, glad to get off with nothing
am si-- ertous.I
The woman's wrath bad good cause, ]
e sfDead upon Inquiry. The family had
ben dispossessed, and It bhad been de-
ie~d that the husband and children
ouM go for a time to one of his rela-
tives, while the wife would seek refuge
la the hospital. In this way they would
tide over their troubles, but the doctor's
* mreseen refusal to play his part had
S et their plans seriously.-New York

Ssery eae ought to know his Shake-
S peare, for the plays constitute, on the
M hole ae foremost textbook which our
rae has given to the world.-Ladles'
sBme Journal.
When a sick man notices that his
wife euars her bair only Just before the
de~tr comes, he is not sick enough to
h hnan am-At.hlhm Gln 'w


It a boy Is perfectly healthy and nor.
Ml, a quart of raisml which he is
gie to stone will dwindle to a half
P elt before he is through.-Atchson
Globe.
CuRms WIIFN Do-rmos FAIL.
Mrs. Frank Chiawon. Patteroon. In..
write June 8th. li.l-: "I had malaria
lever in very bad form. was under treat-
=0 by doctors, but as onon as I
d.pjd ,taking their medk-ine the fever
would return. I used a sample bottle,
ofHerbine, found it helped me. Then
bought two Isttles. which completely
cured me. I feel grateful to you for fur-
ishing such a splendid medicine, and
can honestly recommend it to those vsuf-
bring from malaria, as it will surely
cure them. Herbine. 7k.* bottle at J. M.
Jones.
Don't borrow trouble. You already
have a plenty.
Fox TEOSE WHO Li E. N FARMS.
Dr. Bergin, Pana. III.. writes: "*I have
Red Ballard's Snow Liniment: always
recommend it to my fri'nds,as I am con-
Mdent there is no better made. It is a


dandy for burns." Those who live onu
armsareespecially liable to mnany at.-
eidental cuts, burns and bruises. whihi
heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment is applied. It should always be
kept in the house for cases of emergency.
25c, 50c and $1.00 at J. M. Jones.

Winks speak louder than words-in
the mind of a flirt.


* WORLD WIDE REPrTATIox.
White's Cream Vermnifuge has achieved
a world wide reputation as being the
best of all worm destroyers, and for its
tonic influence on weak and unthrifty
children, an it neutralizes the anidity or
sourness of the stomach, imiploves their
digestion, and assimilation of food.
strengthens their nervous system and
Pstor.s them to health, vigor and elas-
ticty of spirits natural to childhood.
25c at J. M. Jones.


It is a great deal easier to remember
the Maine than it is to raise it.

S m'mXo AILMENTS.
There s@ an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, the bowels and kidneys become
sggish and inactive, the digestion inui
paired, with little or no appetite. no
ambition for anything, andlafeeling that
the whole body and mind needs toning
up. The trouble is. that during winter.
there has been an accumulation of waste
matter in the system. Herbine will ne-
move it, secure the secretions a right
exit, and by its tonic effect, fully restore
the wasted tisues and give strength in
placa of weakness. 1t. at J. M. Jones'.

A girl who has money in her own
name is anxious to change it.

WOS'T FoLLtoW AuDvi: AFTER I'AVIN;
FoR IT.
Ina recent article a pronainent physi-
e lftauys ,-It is next to impossilible for
h ys*ician to get his patients tocarry
ot any preseribel course of hygiene or
dit to the smallest extent: he has but
ow resort left. namely. the drug treat-
meat." When medicines are used for
chronic costipation, the most mild and
genle obtainable, such as Chamberlin's
Stomach & Liver Tablets. should be ern-
ployed. Their use is not followed iby
comtipation as they leave the bowels inI
a natural and healthy condition. Foru-
sale by all druggists."


A fool girl often encourages a fool man
for the purpose of jilting him.


WHOOPING COUGH.
A woman who has had experience
with this disease. tells how to prevent
any dangerous consequences from it.
She says: Our thrpe children took
whooping cough last summer. our baby
boy being only three months old. and
oing to our giving them ('lantlerlin's
RO emed, they lost none of their
plumpnes ad came out in much better
healththan other children whhoe parents
did not use this remedy. Our oldeit


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BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Expres Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four Ships Every Week
To New York. making lose connections with New York-Boston slhips or Sound
Lines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent, 224 West BaySt.. Jacksonville. Fla.
P. E. LKFEVRE, Manager. E. T. CHARLTON. G. F. & 1'. A.
New Pier 35 North River, New York, N. Y. :t-15-02
J. W. WILKINSON. Agent, Daytona, Fla.



Rich mond Wahltagton Balttimore
Philadelphia Boeton Atlanta
Ashtville Caattanooga Louiaille
Cincinnati St. LeAmi Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicoago.e to.


SOUJTNEN RAILWAY
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express
TOV eW FAST.
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
10T TE MOR AN WIET,

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 Hotel Dining Cars on all through
trains.
Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondeme Sellited.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pa. Agt. 108 V. Bay St, Jacksonvlle, Fla.


&. KLHARDYIMC


W. H. TAYLOE,


General Pasenger Agent,
Washington, D. C
Jame aw 15. 1902.


Ai't Gen'I Pam. Agent,
Atlata, G.6


THE TELLTALE THUMB.
POULTRY POINTERS.
Ilt Marks and Lines and Its Signal,
From the Brain. A dark comb Is an Indication of a
A tremendous amount of nonsense congested state of the system.
has been written about thumb marks. Land that dries quickly after a rain
It is claimed that the curious skin con- Is well adapted to poultry raising.
figuration on the ball of the thumb Is When one does not care to raise
never the same in any two people and chicken It Is better on the to raise
that it never changes. The first state- chicken, it is better on the score of
ment is correct, and the same thing can economy to keep the layers without
be said of the lines on the palm and cock
the creases on the bottom of the feet See that the hens are well developed
But the assertion that th thumb mqrks and not too fat. Mate them to males
never change throughout life Is a de- also well developed, and the chicks will
cided exaggeration. The alteration may be all right
come from a variety of causes-any- When the hens are too fat, reduce
thing, in fact, that will destroy the them In flesh by giving them shorter
outer layer of skin. rations and give more bulky and less
Another modifying cause Is the tend. fattening food.
ency of the thumb to develop little Iowls appreciate good food as well
horizontal creases as one grows old. as other animals, but It is nowise to
This is especially true of mechanics and limit them to one kind. be it ever so
other working people who use tools, good or wholesome.
and eventually the creases will break Crude petroleum thickened to a prop-
up the lines to such an extent that It er consistency with red or brawn min-
is equivalent almost to a rearrange- oral paint Is good to use on the outside
ment of the nnattern qnejt i: l 1 -.- -- .. i- -


----- %P- LUC. f- u. peclallitq ill
nerve diseases by an examination of
the thub an ,,.ui fh .-_.a .


affected or likely to be affected by
paralysis, as the thumb signals this
long before It is visible in any othej:
part of the body. If the danger symp-
toms are evidenced there, an operation
is performed on what is known as the
"thumb center" of the brain, and the
disorder is often removed.
No matter how carefully the Individ-
nal may attempt to conceal incipient in-
sanity, the thumb will reveal it Infal-
libly. It Is the one sure test. If the
patient in his daily work permits the
thumb to stand at a right angle to the
other fingers or to fall listless into the
palm. taking no part in his writing, hls
handling of things, his multiform du-
ties. but standing Isolated and sulky, it
is an unanswerable confession of men-
tal disease.-Kansas City Independent.


nbllash ma *he Is poke.*"
"William." asked a Wastangton
teacher. "why were you absent from
school this morning?"'
"Oh, some un stole me coat on me."
"What's that? Stole your cost 'on
you?"
"lie can't talk" m sa i llliln'. .'h.e


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The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C'nnections:
St The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
t, 0 G1" and Washington.
a -(@?w Il The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
s t" The Southern Ry. via Jemsup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
_y 'VT The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
"s t The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The.Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
ast ViaSavannah and Ocean Steamship company for
E New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


To Key West and Havana. via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia. (CaleBreton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plait Steanmship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida rewort, via the Plant System during the wamsen 1901, 1902, limited to
return until May 21st. with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division P'asenger Agent. 13 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
W. B. DENllAM. General Superintendent. II. W. WRENN, Pans. Traffic Man.,
Savannah, (ia. Savannah, Ga.


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CAPITAL CITY ROUTE 0
The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
Soluble Daily Service, Inciluding Sundays to,
SAVANNAII. COLI'MBIA.. CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES. RICIIMON) D,
WASHIING'.'ON. BIA.LTIMORIE.'l, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
with THRIIol1t. I''ILMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Operating' 0
Daily Through Pullman Car Service ,stween Jacksonville and New Orleans.

For further infiorniation write to
A. 0. MACD)ONELL. Asst. Gen. Pasi. Agent. Jacksonville, Florida
R. E. L. II'NCH, tGen. Pass. Agent. Portsmnouth. Va.
J. M. BARR, First Vice-P'resident and General Manager. l'ortsmnouith, Va. 0


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SThrough tickets to New York, Phbiladlpla.
W^ New Haven, New London, Stonigton,
Providence, Fall River, Boston and
ALL NO-Ix laJfRN POINTS


at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. These stsamer
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands 10:10 a. m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant System 3:15'p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40p.m.(Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc., adds


A T7 D 220 West Bay Strwet,
W. P. Aget Jacksonflle, Florida.


Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry



Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chicapo and lorida limited" rain
and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping carn
The "Chicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Auguspli
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with Puloasa's
finest Observation and Dra wingroom sleepers, dining earS, etc., through without
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta asad
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, write toe
C. E. IIARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pam. Ageat
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


*.. I hil l.een troubled a'year, off and on,. with coiiitipation, Iil-
iousness and wick hcadarlhes. Nothing .s-ined to I oL nip any good.
One day a friend asked Ile what the troulle, was. Whl-n I told
hlini he reconimended R-I'l'-A'N-N Tiaulnek. That vvening'I got a
box, and after the second box I began to feel s to much relief that I
kept on with theitn. I have Ripans Tabules always in the house
now alid carry a package of them in lny lSpoket.


Olne gives relili.


At druggists.
The Five-<'ent packet in enough for an ordinary occasion.
The family bottle., 640 cents, contains a
supply for a year.



Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.


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

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILLI, BO&ToN AND PROVIDINCZ,
AND ALL LASTKR N POINTS.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
S thbou d .................................. .... From Lewis' Wharf. Bo eeb
Northbound............. ... .... from foot Catherine street, Jacksonlvil


or poultry houses and other farm build-
ings. -,DIXIE FLYER IOl1 T-" CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
Bone and grit of some kind nre an -(DeBary Line)
absolute necessity to fowls confined In No. 2 No. 4 Stations No. :3 No. 1 Between Jacksonville and Sanforod
small yards and unable tosupply them- 7:253 an....... .. :(*4 pi Lv.............. Iaksonville.........Ar 7::54 amn......... 8:30 pm STOPPING AT PALATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DiELA.)
selves with these little Items always 10:,3. arm.........11:15 pmi Ar.............. Vallosta............ Lv 4::3. am......... 5:00 pm BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
obtainable by birds at liberty. 4:10 pil ......... :1: 3 n-, a I Ar.............Mau.con...............Lv 11:,33 pmn.........11:25 am
7:4 ejinl......... 7:23 atin Ar..............Atlanta.............. lv -,::1( ,pim......... 7:. I aun STEAMER C itf
Unn eessary Saietriulr. 1 : msi lm ......... 1 :40l pl .Ar.........(.Chattanoogia.......... Lv 3::0, pill......... 1:03 am y
ow much wretchedness and misery :40 au ........6 (:,', ii Ar.............islivill............... v ::(Il ai......... 9:30 plm CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
How much world! Do you aed mtosery it 2: l ......... 11:44 im A. .............. Martin........ ..... v ,:1- ain......... 3:47 pm us APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
or do you try to help) those with whom 7:24 l ........., ;:2 l L av............ .,aio.............I'10:: ...........:: i Leaves Jack iville 3:30 p. .Mo days, Tesday* ayd Th.drsdas
you come in contact? Every time you 1:-oo.%r ivil,-:1)Leaves Sanforl 9;30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and FridayEe
speak. every time you act, you add to 2:ll p l.........2:341atll lAi .............iiLv ill..:1:1i al. 2::1 n Southbound, S'EDiLE Northbond
some one's happiness or misery. On 4:1 I .. 7:2 .......7: inAr..... ...... in.innla............ v 11:1 p.........11:O., am Read n downUL
which side do you throw your Intfu- ....................... Ar..............h ,,.............. 7: n......................... ave3:30 p .............................JACKSONVILLE....................Arrive200a
ence? Your opportunities may not be ---- -- :45 pmn.............................. PLATKA............ .........L ve 8-00pn
great., but do you ever cause un ceces- Nc, 4- Ilixi'. Flyer--'a irries I'illnu lm ri\\iuig thool iltiffett Sleeping C'ars. i : an.................................... ASTOR............................... 2:30p
sary suffering In a world wretched .li.ksonvtille toSt. Louis aild .l4acksoI Ivills.eto CI li-go without i-tiallg. making; 4:'30aa n................................. ST. FRANCISIS..... ...............**1:00 t
enough at best? It Is worth thinking about. o you a ciel thinks when "nly stops at following .. & W. sations: Ciwlforld. litr ainl Fargo. i :0 n............. .BLUE SPRIN .................BL PRIN ............. 110
you iht say ings l it would be Arrives:30 am ....................................ANFORD....... ........................ 9:30 a
you night say things hat would b No. 2--lay .x ,e- ss-Steps iati il A. V. & W. ,.l statiuti. .ekus dint.t cop-c
kind? If you have the habit. doesn't it a i.ions for all points West andli N-rthiwest. via leth i r le a ul Mal on. -
sometiues occur eto you that you should Conn'tions ntade at .Jaiksonville with- a1ll 1rth0 ud trains cf the Saboard General P~assenger and Ticket offlc
quit It? The writer of this has been Air Le and lrida East oast 204 W Bay s Jacksonvle
thlouglt1c1s maury tliuus. but as he I.. II. IIA. NES. Gen. SG pt. S. I PICKITT. Pass.Act 204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
grows older i' tries very hard to avoid
giving unnecessary pain. Atchison ...... -
Globe. ILLINOIS n T RAL RAILROAD A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Pass. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, .j 1'. i. A.,
ate W dt PP d ILLINOIS TR AL A. 19 tate St.. New York. 204 West Bay St., ,acksonville, F
Fro

%...... ..... .-.,..u i uv. ro A wvoiain IeftI. uer husband a short
Tr James. "He means some un stole time ago, giving; as a reason for it that To St Louis and hicago
his coat off 'im."-New York Times. she had consulted an astrologer and O L
been told by him that it was her des.
The Momey Not Lost. tiny to be a great woman, but that In'
Mr Lakeside (gloomily)-The book- marrying she had committed a serious Pullman Palace Sleepling Cars from Jacksonville to Sib. Louiis and to Chicago,
keeper has run off with all my money, error. An long as she remained with leaving ,J.ksonville daily at N p. mn., via the famous '
and we have to go to the poorbouse, her husband she would fall to achieve
Mrs. Lakeside-No need of that. my the greatness ftre Intended for her. T r
dear. We'll get a divorce, and you She stayed away from home nnIw r '.,. xa Fll F r wetj


root H ogan St.. .iacksonville. Foot hogan St.. Jacksonville.
JNOi. 1. H1OWARD, Superintendent,
F cot Hogan St., JmAksonville.
THEO. 0. EAGER, Wn. P. CLYDE & CO.
General Manager General Agents,
Chesebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.


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