C u. sss
W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.
119 North Beach Street,
UCI mhISSI MEETING BENLO THECANDIATE.
The Volusia County Sidepath Con "Behold the candidate! He cometh up
ioKn met in the office of the e( ty like a flower and nrtireth from the race
J adge at DeLand Tuesday moining busted. His friends fill him with false
with a full board present. hopes and atmosphere. lie swelleth like
I Edward Fitagerald was elected chair- a toad and -ialeth the earth his'n. He
S m saWd William B. Healey secretary. smileth upon all mankind and sloppeth
The amoat of linaese was fixed at one over with good humor. He kisses the
dolar per year, but owing to the fact children and watteres his microbes
tht early one-half of the present calen- among the inno-ient babes. He privily
mr year had elapsed, it war decided to cheweth a clove when he meteth a
~see.pt ifty cents for the balance of the preacher, and as hIe converseth with hiriu
-'iar ad issue a license tax upon pay- in pious tones he standeth to leeward
imit of that amount. and curbeth his breath with a strong
A resolution was adopted showing bit. He goetli ihoime late at night to his
hat it was the voice of the members to weary wife with a beery breath and cold
eotret. a path from Daytona to De- feet. He ris-eth up lietimes and hiketh
Lamd fnrt, and then to build one from forth without his breakfast, saying 'I
Port Orange to New Smyrna. go to ee a nman.' The deadbeat who
The tags will probably not arrive for lieth around in wait then pulleth his leg
early a month, but each commissioner to the queen's taste. 11ie naileth a lie,'
was instructed to accept moneys and but befon-r election day come he runneth
giw receipts for same and deliver tags as !short of nimils. He giveth liberally to
oo as they arrive. the clhurvcl: Ih nubbscribeth a goodly sun
The work on the DeLand-Daytona lor the blinol; lie contrilbth to the man1
path will be commenced as aoon as suffi- whowe barn %was burned; he bestoweth
ctit funds are on hand. and it is antiei- alms; lie sineth his friends note; hie end-
S paled that it will be completed before eth a small keg hither aind a large keg
the mimer iM over. thither; ie yiehleth up his substance with
By referring to.the law it will be seen apparent alacrity. After the election he
that all paths now in existence are un- goeth out back of the barn and kicketh
der the control of the commission. and himself and teareth his hair and callethl
ay persons, regardless of who they may I himself a Rotterdam fool. He returneth
be, who shall violate any provisions to the house and addreiseth himself to
will, upon a complaint to any commis- the wife of his boLmni: Iehold adriveling
S. iomwr accompanied by sufficient evi- idiot; look now upon a dodrotted fool;
dm oe, be arrested and fined.
The meeting adjourned, to reconvene
at the call of the chairman. The next
meeting will probably be held about the
middle of June.
Fom R- Sr:-Beach cottage on the
board walk next to Breakers Hotel at
falbreeas, completely furnished and re-
modeled. Apply to Mrs. H. C. Berry.
Valley street, Seabreeze.
G. A. K R.
?- Joe Hooker Post, No. 9, G. A. R.. will
6 .atd the annual memorial service on
m day, May 25, 1W02, at the Methodist
ci eh h, at 11 o'clock a. m and escorted
Sby the Halifax Rifles. Sermon by the
Bie. J. B. Hawk. Revn. Bingham and
Grabam will assist in the service.
The annual service of Decoration Day
willbe held at Pinewood Cemetery on
Friday, May 30th, 1902. The Post will
met at the Masonic hall, andl depart
rom there at 9 o'clock a. m. The pub-
lie are jvited to contribute flowers.
which may be left at the Daytona llouwse
.the night before or early in the morning.
All Na invited to unite with the Post in
this loving ceremony of decorating tlie
GBo. H. MATTHriVS, Coin..
LT. H. CAVR, Adjt.
W FoRS ALE:-A good Hamlin organ.
Call at cottage south of Riverview. Sea-
b1Wee. MRS. AnKir: E. (inm;,s.
lM If you want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like'
manner consult Kost & winnere.
Spas the Cft.g Weras on tee Cid
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablekts cure a
cold in one day. No Cure., No I'ay. 2.'-.
sI.umimer hatei for men and hosys at
gaze union 1r deldgasted simpleton: east
your eye upon a Iweedle-headed dunce who
hath not sense enough to carry entrails
to a b.ar." Then his wife replieth: 'I
told you so,' which causeth him to go
forth and drowneth hissorrow in( drink."
ariThenreis no timni like the present.
Take advantage of your'leistre and .a-ll
on Harris tle photographer. PeIk bhllok.
John Wanamaker sends asn much for
advertising in August as he does in
December. So does the great Joseph II.
Bauland & Co. store in Brooklyn. Argu-
ments advanced in favor of "keeping nat
it" in lthe summer time are: You do Inot
close your doors from .I ly to October
because business is dull. You make just
as heavy margin on what you sell in
Augustas in ileember. You do not
let your .st ihelpl go b-anse thlie volume
of business is not do ne in summer.
Newspalpe.r spaW.-e loes not a-east anyv
more in dull tinims than in lively times.
People wear just is many clothes and
eat just as much. therefore advertising
of food and adlve.rtising of fits pays as
well in Autgust as in ID eamb-r. It must
Im' all s.nisitly planned and pla-eal. Do
nt t take it for granta',l that the summer
is te be i
proper puIsh ande you'll le astonished at
tle sales you canr oll up during tIrh
,_.Kdst & ;Gwvinner. the painters andr
paper hangers. art artists in their line,
and you will irak'ik- t4 miistake in con--
sulting t hlin.
Rev. Girahimnn will not hold hse-vices int
tlie Baptist Church Sunday ot ing to the
fact that his time will lie taken up at-
tending the commen-eiennt eixerc-ises ati
Stetson I'niversity. I
We Strongly Maintain that Prices do
not prove the power of a Store as
much as Qua lity, you shut your
eyes to Quality you can buy goods
for any Price-But not HERE.
We'd sooner have the reputation of o
charging you just a little more, for we
desire your continued patronage and
would not hazard your good will by re-
ducing the soauJard of our merchandise.
You'll always find our prices tle lowest possible.
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WATCH FOR OUR CHANGE
We inted to remain in business, and will guarantee you bargains at all
times in our line:
The C'hristian Endeavor Soc iety held a
meeting at the home of William Stiling
Monday evening and elected the follow-
ing officers: C'. M. liingliamn, Jr., Presi-
dent; Miss Lucia E. Haeeker. Vice-l'resi-
dent; Miss Evelyn 'lark, Corresponding
Secretary: Neville ('lark, Secretary; Miss
Edith Rix. Treasurer; Miss Edna Stiling.
Junior Superintendent; Miss Lucia
IlaIcker. Assistant Junior Superintend-
ent; W. Roxby, Auditor.
P._A full line of hose supporters just
received at J. A. Heudricks'.
,Monday mniornimng WN. H. Ednimondson
wstnimed thie duties of manager of the
uisiiness of I Ihe Mlason & Wall
('o. .Mr. Edmondson is a shrewd and
c, lever bIusiness nian and has many
friends who will rejoice that lie occupies
his nure position. Messrs. Mason antd
Wall have other interests that com-
pletely take up their time, hence the turn-
ing the management over to Mr. Ed-
mnondson. The store will be restocked
and ii complete line of hardware' and
crockery will always ie found at the
lowest prices. We, all attention of our
readers to the tfirn' ad. at the top of
6i'Pastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritiouaat the (Graniling Bakery.
At the Daytona opera house Saturday
evening, May 31. the great coniniedian
and character actor. John Thompson
whio is without an equal-aucl an artist
perfected by experience-will apple tr and
introduce his "Star Troupe'" oi comic
characters, in his original "Aro inil tI e
the World in 80 Minutes.' as played by
him in every state in the Union from
Mtine to Washington. Everything in,
the show is funny. Melodious music.
new jokes, comic songs, banjo. violin,
chinese fiddle, clarinet, piano and other
Crockery, Hardware and Paints.
OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
Walter Edwards and bride have been
visiting his mother at Palatka.
WA new lot of 4re.s forms, sidestelss,
and corset clasps at J. A. Hendrieks'.
Before leaving J. R. Hill disposed of
his lots on Beach street to C. M. Christie,
0. H. Matthews went down to Jensen
Tuesday on a business trip, returning
.The Van Dorn House has been leased
to L. T. Tripple, of Haskinp. Ohio, for
Miss Victoria McCollum arrived ~home
the first of the week from an extended
visit with friends in Boston.
Mrs. F. A. Newell, Miss Newell and Ed-
ward Newell left Wednesday for their
Northern home at Bradford, Pa.
Leon Despland has been shipping some
of the largest Irish potatoes this week
that ever went out from these parts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Turner and their
two charming daughters started Wed-
nesday for their home at Greenville, 0.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hill and family de-
parted Tuesday morning for Canyon
City. Colorado. where they expect to
make their future home.
A movement is being made to open a
a street along the railroad from Second
avenue to connect with Bay street, as an
outlet to the residents of Midway.
Mrs (i. I'. Ballough departed last
week for southern Wisconsin, where she
will spend the summer months. Mrs.
Miller. her mother, ma-ompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoene. and Mrs. Shugert,
who has been spending the winter with
them. started Thursday for their north-
ern home at Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
I.. B. Knox, one of the leading citizens
of Bulow, passed through Daytona Mon-
day on his way to attend the meeting of
the State Horticultural Society at
Dr. G. E. Walton was called to Miami
Monday to testify as to the sanity of
J. C. Williams who is on trial for the
murder of Mark Bartleson. The doctor
OIY'Take a look at the new corsets at
Moore lBros; the Kabo and W. B.
C. A. Steel left the first of the week for
SAuth Carolina. where he will be engaged
buying up potatoes for a Philadelphia
commission house. He has been down
the East Coast for several weeks buying
~W Only tlhe lest at thle Grariling
.Men.rs. C'. L. Smith, E. F. Knapp,
Henry Sehmnnidt, John W. Williams and
Edw. Fitzgerald were at DeLand the
first of the week in attendance at the
meeting of the County Democratic Ex-
payThe Stallnman lresser trunks are
sold at Moore's.
Mrs. Wmn. Wicking met with a very
lpainful accident Tuesday. She was har-
Iessing Ier horse, preparatory to taking
a drive, when the animal struck her ankle
with his hoof, breaking her leg. The
fractured limb is very painful, but Mrs.
Wicking is resting as comfortably as
could be expected.
I .~ M s(ito c.ano npir-s netting and
screen cloth at .1. A. Hendricks'.
Don't foqt to p* arod theworld. .i
I. Wall was a visitor to HastIs
W. H. Peters and family leave today
for New York.
l-lFinest Mo home-made candiesat
the Gramliniag Bakery.
L. Maley 1 building a cottage on
the beach south of pouth Bridge.
OWPieftre framing and mat cutting
to order. Harris' 'Photo Studio.
The Bennett House closed Friday
morning after a very successful season.
Quite a few people lost chickens last
week. Some one will gst "pinched" yet.
F. A. Losley wm up from Tituaville
yesterday visiting his partner in business,
WIA good Hammond typewriter for
sale cheap. May be seen at O'Brien's,
at the postoffice.
Rev. Myers, of the M. E. church, south,
has been holding revival meetings at
Titusville this week.
Mrs. W. A. Bea Der and little daughter
returned Tuesday from her visit with
friends down the coast.
PiBrain bread, the great brain devel
operand nerve builder, fresh eiery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
S. IH. Wilder, after a ten day's visit
with his brother and relatives, returned
to Cincinnati Saturday.
E. F. Mansfield has disposed of his
dredge to S. H. Gove and Henry Strother
and he will retire from the business.
iWMrs. Moore, the milliner, still has
plenty of flowers, hats, veilings and silks
which slie wants to close out. Prices
Cham. Weatherell and 8. B. Wright
were over from DeLand Thursday even-
ing attending the conclave of the Knights
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stillman, F. A. Stil-
man. H. Y. Stillman and Mrs. Emma
Jefferson and maid leave today for Wes-
terly. R. I.
Col. M. Huston. Mrs. Davidson and
Mirs. C. E. Starr attended the consecra-
tion of Bishop Kennedy at St. Augustine
soon as the papers can he drawn.
PORT ORANGE ITEMS.
Frank Gautier was in town last week
calling on our merchants.
"U-Boston Brown Bread and Baked Mies Caroline McDaniel is visiting her
Beans at tBie rangingg Bakery to-day. sister, Mrs. T. J. Murry in New Smyrna.
Gove & Strother announce that they
are prepared to throw out sand for fill-
ing in low lots at very reasonable
prices. Property in Daytona is now
valuable enough to allow for the expense
of grading them
M,-25 dozen tneui' balbriggan under-
wear. $1.00 a suit at Smith & Son's.
Miss Mildred Watson entertained the
-*Merry-go-round" on Tuesday after-
noon. After a couple of hours pleasantly
spent in cards, dainty refreshments were
served, which helped sustain those who
went "backward" so often.
gg,,M',n's 18x18 cotton handkerchiefs,
5 cents at Smith & Son's.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). G. Willson, of Ridge-
town. Canada. were at Schmidt's Villa
Tuesday and Wednesday. Their dadgh-
ter is the wife of Prof. Bonher of Stetson
University at DeLand, where they have
spent the winter. The family came from
the same town in Canada that Dr. Mor-
den hails from.
WaSee the new line of summer cloth-
ing at Smith & Son's.
Those remaining at home would be
surprised at the amount of produce
grown just back from the railroad on
Volusia. First and Second avenues. You
will nee acres of oats being raised by the
Brown Bros. on Second avenue, besides
corn. tomatoes, potatoes. etc., on Volu-
sia avenue. On First avenue may be
seen oats, rye. potatoes. corn, etc., some
of which are now being harvested.
aWYouth's, 14-15-16 year, suits $4.50
at Smith & Son's.
Mrs. Henry Thompson and Mrs. F. T.
Peck entertained the History Class at
the home of the latter, on Thursday
afternoon. After each had given a "cur-
rent event" which they had been request-
ed to bring, an hour was spent ingames.
Mrs. May Thompson carried off the first
Miss M. Milburn received a profewsional
call from Daytona last week and has not
Hon. J. T. Detwiler, State Fish Con-
misnioner, was in our village calling on
Mr. Dondinville hasn put up a substan-
tial fence around the C(ompauy's houiea
on Dunlawton avenue.
A. Hardenian went up to St. Augus-
tine last week and spent a few days
viewing the ancient city.
Rev. Dr. Fullwood. Presiding Elder (of
the M. E. church, south,. arrived here
Saturday and preached Sunday morning
and again in the evening, and held
Quarterly Conference Monday. Rev. Mr.
Arnold preached Sundl ay aftern,on.
IW"Miss's and children's button Ox-
fords. SMITH & SON.
I suffered terribly and was ex-
tremely weak for 12 years. The
doctors said my blood was all
tnming to water. At last I tried
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was soon
feeling all right again."
Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct.
No matter how long you
have been ill, nor how
poorly you may be today,
Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the
best medicine you can
take for purifying and en-
riching the blood.
Don't doubt it, put your
whole trust in it, throw
away everything else.
It Will Do
Good to Tell
That Summer is Ihere. But it
you good to know that we have a
line of summer dress and shirt w
goods Oxford ties and slippe for
summer suits and straw hats for mtn
andboys. 0, vS *
r DEMOCRATS IN SESSION.
The Democratic Executive Committee
of Volusia county met at the Court
House in DeLand Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock, with'Chairman F. W. Sams
in the chair.
The following was the representation
as shown by the roll call:
Enterprise-W. 8. Thayer.
Orange City-W. 8. Cannons.
DeLand-J. W. Perkins.
Emporia-8. F. Morrison (by proxy).
Seville-G. P. Healey.
Ormond-W. G. DePass (by proxy).
Daytona-John W. Williams.
Port Orange-H. K. DuBois (by proxy).
New Smyrna-F. W. Sams.
Oak Hill-H. G. Putnam (by proxy).
Lake Helen-R. Rawlins.
Clifton-Dorson Brown (absent).
Stetson-C. 8. ]allbraith (absent).
Osteen-R. D. Brooke.
Pierson-8. H. Jones (proxy.
The primary law and call of the State
ExecutiveCommittee were read, together
with a letter from the State chairman.
Hon. A. T. Williams, directing that the
county committee should require that
the supervisor send out or deliver to the
committee to be sent out the original
registration books prior to the primary
election. After a full discussion it was
decided, by a unanimous vote. that such
action would be contrary to the State
statutes. ind could not lie done. Ill or-
tier to settle the matter. it was decided
to make a test awe before lie Circuit
By resolution, passed with much en-
thusiasmn and by an unanimous vote,
Senator F. W. kSanis and the present
members of the Legislature were indorsed
and their action approved.
Senator Sams, who hasi been chair-
man of the executive committee, and who
will be a candidate for re-election before
the primary, presented his resignation
as a member of tihe committee, but by a
unanimous vote, action upon it was laid
over to a future meeting.
After considerable discussion, in order
to facilitate the work and reduce the ex-
pense it was decided to appoint a eam-
paign committee of five, J. W. Perkins,
U. P. Healy, W. S. Thayer, John W. Wil-
liaims and Robert Jones were named.
and they were given full charge of the
entire matter, making the assessment on
candidates, providing the ballots,. and
in everything carrying out the directions
of the State committee so far as they
are not in violation of the State laws.
They were also givean-the management
of the testeaseregardingthe registration
af voters, which is to de made before the
the Circuit Court. t
The county executive committee then
adjourned subject to tie call of thechair- i
man or of the campaign committee.
The campaign committee then met and
organized, electing Hon. J. W. Perkins
chairman and necretary,and arranged for
the test cast which is to be presented as
Ask to see samples of the CRAWFORD
& LA FRANCE SHOES. s
Beginning May 1st and
ending October 2nd v
indusive our store will
dose every Thursday at
12:00 noon. s 4
PENINSULA HAPPENINGS. ELECTION AT SEABREEZE.
Mr. I'hillipm returned to his homie in The elect i n iat S;iiarn-e.z TueMsday re-
the north several days ago. suited as follo\- :
Mnyor-4' I. Post
Mrs. A. S. Barnett wha has laen quite Treau d ., k--V .. Baggett
ll the past week is again improving. r e'ollaetor a i .1 arI :lri-.\. T. Sims
The third cottage for Mr. Keating is As'.s.r-Vs.l ll.rrii'k
just completed under the directions of ',,.n ,inai -L.. .Z ;'ir, liak. 1u4s John-
Contractor Johnson. l,,n. S. .Mo.\!, -n.
lIett Johnson hans just receivedi a 4%'
horne power Olds Engine whieli he is in i- ~. I lle'r -a ,'. shn ;ih'slioe.
stalling to run lathes,. etc. S\IrTH & SON.
Tlie slellintg and grading of <;rannd
View Boulevard continues, and ere long nri'nital ',;in.ii,ani'.rv. Kiiiights Tem.n
:his street will be oeien to travel. pI. r-- net T.1an aii -itiy .ing. Among
The children nof the Sea Braze Sunalaiy i *t nr ai.: -- th *'. in and in-
S.. i n i ..... ,. t.. lhitioin aif tol faolle,'. i;g ofithers: C. L.
ItmooIl IIIaIrIl negative prepatin onI Ior
Children Day to be held Sunday \week.
Swehety itros. it is rumer-d will slnwml
the summer fishing in the surf at the
beach and will supply the holie market
Mrs. Williams nud her mt li ihr from
hianm. C. S.; .lam,rnV.~ arime-iI. Pl'nalte'; 1). D.
1"-eknmaii. s. W.,1. kI l tlenI e a- .1. W.;
.1. 'A. aarI mel i :d ;,e. ac~ M'lh'-an 'r;.I. IW.
Wilkinso.enr. al[amn':V.A. Moer-gan.,
W.mn'ie'n;I f. lI;. P.nlc Vchi I;qt. oeftuutrdis
.Missouri who have ben oc-culpying the l e'- Ian'l. .\1t1-r thi 'a t ioniM thIr offkters
White House annex for a imont it li ,i waer-. it Inl. ltaill II. hile Most Eminent
just left fortheir hone.. "'l conma;ieuhr. I. .IaCh .lwick, and
('hat Odumn will shortly ahil another'
story to a cottage on irand View aitv-
nue. The lunmber for same is tngi hrliaul-
ed at the pre lnment tie.
It is rumnirdl that II. Q. iFlwley hasI
purchased two lots oin G;rand View ave-
nue, and will shortly commence tIhne
recmtion of a cottage on one oa' f tlithern. |
II. choice honey at lVanIleVioral's
apliary, extra gooAl ttav4ir anil lightI
At tie- last ,essiomi A the hlegslatuv'
Florida wias divided into lhlirce acoiingre'-
sioal districts i- follow.:
First I li~-tri.s-Taiylo hr, Il faIyete. i
Levy. Milrion. Citrus. Iernuldo,, l'apea. I
Sulniter, I.kf,. Hillasoro. Polk, .Manaate e.
DeSoti. Le',, .Moniroe. '
S4*-0oi, Distrit--amilton. Si lanne.
('Coli inli. Baker. Itlradford. Alhu-hint,
Duv.il. Chli*V. Naissaill, St. J..ohns. I'mlitinin.
VoliuMii. I Oraimige. O c4eala. Irevarnld. Date..
Third lDist rict-Madi.-on. Jeffersoin.
L'aoni. \Wdki.la. iadsalni. Liit,-rtY. Frank-
liln. .lWik., in ualtOln S tii ltrl ,,e l.( Esa.ii-
i TI', nli.-It c-.n tainls. tift-e'in -imrnl tiesr : the t
aoldi -ixt-1'ni anl tle thirdel lourtee-.i.
Having disposed of mny dredging ilusi-
ness to Messrs. S. II. Gove and H. II-
Strothers I take this opportunity to
thank my friends for their patronage in
the past and trust that they will extend
the same business courtesiess to imy suc-
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inht.hi a li-elr \\i'l- i ,.A.hillinie| ts legally
i stit hiI l IP t h. t iII )i Irit alliI No. V.
VOL. ISO NO. 50.
~Wt~ua. FrmdN6 NNW 34s 390v-'
Our Sample Lines Made-to-
Measure Suits are Fine
pi'Graham and rye bread at the
Mrs. C. H. Spencer has had her lot on
First avenue filled in. Such improve-
ments are very beneficial to the welfare
of the city and should be encouraged.
I~.Summer dress goods at Moorr
F. A. Morgan, was up from Titusville
Thursday in attendance at the conclave
of the Knights Templer. During hisstay
in the city be was the guest of Capt. C. L.
Henry Schmidt celebrated his forty-
eighth birthday Monday evening by in-
viting in afew friends. The evening was
merrily spent and delicious refreshments
The street committee are repairing the
north canal bridge at an estimated ex-
penne of $150. An iron bridge would
originally have probably solved the
problem and cut the expense.
MASON Q. WALL CO.
Sick headache, nervous head-
ache, tired headache, neuralgic
headache, catarrhal headache,
headache from excitement, in
fact, headaches of all kinds are
quickly and surely cured with
Also all pains such as backache,
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic
pains, monthly pains, etc.
"Dr. Mi!es'' i'.n I'iP'l are worth their
weight it )Ji'. avw Mr. %V. D. Krea-
r.i ,. of Arkania-. (.'tv, Kani. "'hey
c .'d n.y fe of < ..:,itc headache
.% cn n, th'nz e':e w,.
'Ir. M r-' P. P'i drive away
p,';i as f tiy r-., o. 1 en i ver with-
<.1.; a "T.. t.. ii, e crvotne
& .'. 1 n.". m l -;i' e.'. ne (,r two
p'lls. t.ol1 en ipi '..i'> h rct I idiiLhe
;, Ciicago, 1L.
Through their use thousands of
people ha e been enabled to at-
tend soci;:l and r i fious func-
tion-, trau'.l, el.joy a:aun-i ments,
etc., with ounf'r.. sa prevent-
ative, wlwnc t.kf ni (,n the ?-p-
proach of a rturri::g attack,
they are c-cnrt.
Pub lhed Every Saturday.
S aW. FIT GERALD, PuLUE-n.
S $h1.riptio 1.50 per Year in Advance.
a g NomUmeso c per Lium EhTime.
Kui a t the Postoufe at Daytona,
S Fdria, as eood Clamm Matter.
Saturday, May 4, 1902.
Now isa good time to lean canal and
S ues and drain low places, before the
mlayamoam sets in.
S Ponldchas have commenced kissing
S i babies n&d inquiring very minutely
A dtr the health of each member of the
l-y pachim arm already being
dd- pfroIm Lake Helen, and it is said
a fair crop will be gathered. They
S m mow bringing seven dollars a crate.
T day at noon the stars and stripes
we pulled down from Morro Castle and
the Cubana lag put in its place. The po
tal troubles of the little island will
D. erkins Smith is a candidate for re-
election to the offiee of county tax collec-
tor. His announcement will be found in
another column. Mr. Smith hem made a
very efckiet olcer and we see no reason
i the world why he should not be
B H. Hopkins, of Jacksonville, who
Week's ago swallowed his false
th, died Tuesday from the effects of
the quer accident. Mr. Hopkins was a
oo that had many friends throughout
tenga e state and was prominent in
D"val county politics.
Although the orange bloom in this vi-
ci aty was something enormous this
S year, the red spider and purple mite, to-
I gther with the long continued drouth
have nearly ruined the bright prospects
flor a large yieid. Unless rains set in
soon the crop will be small.
6nptroiier Croom has apportioned
thd money received from the hire of the
Stateconvicts to the various counties.
A total of $29,010.90 has been distri-
bated among the forty five counties. Of
this amount Dural comes in for the
Isagest share, receiving $6,069.07. The
S mm-m going to Baker county is insignifi-
ent, being only $1.82. Volusla's share
We call the attention to all Democrats
to the announcement of J. J. Vinhant for
reelection to the office of county treasur-
er. Mr. Vinsant is better known to his
friends throughout the county as "Uncle
Jim." During the six years that the
fuds of Volusia County have been in the
bhads of Mr. Vinsant, they have been as
s foe aa f in the vault of national bank.
He is an old confederate veteran and he
numbers his friends by the hundred.
The friends of Capt. Charles L. Smith
have prevailed upon him to again allow
hi manme to go before the primaries as a
candidate for the legislature. Mr.
Smith has served one term in the lower
House and has faithfully looked after the
interests of his constituents, and has
mwr let an opportunity paseo where he
enald help the welfare of the people of
Volsla county in particular, and the
State of Florida in general. He hasbeen
a iWIong Democrat and his pleasant de-
maaor mhas won him a host of friends
throughout the county. That he will
be re-elected goes without saying.
Senator Frank W. Sams* of New
SmyraM, amounce, in another coumn,
h- candidacy for retelection to the State
Smate. Seator 8ame has a record that
Isutarmiahed; he is a fluent orator, a
abuewd business man, and a true friend
to Vohuia county. He is well known to
most every Democratic voter of the
eomty, and his abilities are such as have
galedb him recognition as one of the
S most influential and foremost senators
in the Florida Legislature. He has
rved the Democratic party faithfully,
d it s to the interest of every voter
in Vohnia county to see that he is sip
ieldt to return to Tallahassee nxt
Postmaster Jolley informs us that
Oaly two propositions for postoffice
sites have been made; the W. H. Peters
lot north of Mr. Barnes' tore on Beach
bet which has an east frontage and
the room would be 28 by 60 feet. with
expomre in the sides, and is one of the
best locations with river frontage.
The other is the main part of the Mag-
olia hailding, which is 28 by 62 feet,
which would be raised up two or three
bt anad be thoroughly re-modeled, with
a new porch and the sidewalks be brought
to thegrade. This room has a south
fromta, ahd has a full exposure on
three sides. It has two double door-
ways in front and a side door for re-
eiving and dispatching mails. Geo. F.
Smith es been asked to make a pro-
ponitiom for enlarging the present room
to the proper nsue but says he can
redily obtain $300 to $360 per year
..~.I f.r. 4tAkn ..n-*ntrm whiLh ia
TRAGSEDT AT STMGS. ,andiuth
Oneof th most sbockingtragedes ever Te de r
known a this stton oceeurred at a WS- d et
, a smallaswettemnatioety mles above
Daytona on the Florida East Coast Rail- William a
way, last Monday morning. ve and fo
The slaughter of human beings was The yo
never more succeessully accomplished father wa
than by William Austin, when he killed 0fa ter
his thirteenyer-old swetheart, Bita Mary MeC
McCullougb. her brother-in-law, William ille l
Wilkinson. her sister, Mrs. William Wil- rl month
klmon, and Miss Amanda Wilkinson, that Austi
William Wilkinson'e, sister. Austin The p
then lay down by the side at his dead victims
bride-elect and blew out his brains. thecabin i
There were two others in the cabin, emitted bu
Roesdale, aged six, and Nora, aged two tin's body
years. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkin- tins body
son. They were beaten almost to which we
unconsciousness by Austin with the
butt end of his pistol. Hadhecartridges
enough to go round he no doubt would ScATIc I
have killedthe two children. Therewere l haw
but fire in the chambers of his 38-caliber rhemmatia
Hopkins & Allen revolver-one for each Josh Edgi
of the four older, and the fifth for him- was able 1
self; he had none to spare for the chil. ered at
dren. lin's Pain
The Wilkinson cabin is situated about immediate
two miles east of the station. It is the cured, and
property of J. J. Harvey, for wham Wil- since retu
p r -e ment and
liam M nCullough worked. The cabin is druggists.
meager, in proportions being of but one
room about fifteen by fifteen feet, with
not even the customary lean-to. It i1 T
doubtful if so small a space ever before Week
held so much of horror. This is the pic-
ture which was disclosed to the officials
and jury when they arrived: The en- Sunday.....
trance to the log cabin was almost Monday....
blocked by the body of the young girl, Tuesday...
Bitha, and lying on her left and close be- Wednesda,
side her was the stalwart form of her Thursday.
lover. The contrast was marked as Friday .....
they lay upon a pallet or shake-down Saturday..
upon the floor. The girl was partially
dressed, having on a white waist, a
white underskirt and black stockings. Sunday.....
Austin had removed his shoes and his Monday...
coat. He was stout and plump. His six Tuesday...
feet three inches of bone and muscle Wednesda2
seemed to measure twice the length of Thursday.
the girl beside him. Austin's right arm Friday.....
lay crooked at his side; part of it rested Saturday..
upon the girl's breast. In his right
hand with index finger on the trigger, V. I
was the insignificant weapon that had When you
caused such havoc with human lives. Tonic bec
In the southeast corner of the room printed on
stood a double bed, upon which lay the is simply il
dead body of William Wilkinson. It is form. No
supposed that the two children slept
with the father, for the eldest testified INTERI
that Austin shot her father first. In the The Seal
southwest corner of the room was placed on
another double bed, on which lay Mrs. at $25, wl
Wilkinson and Miss Wilkinson. Just in- entire syst
side the door, to the left, stood the cook- its import
ing stove, and on the opposite side was in all appr
the table. There was nothing to indi- information
cate any division in the room, and the obtained u
whole family of six evidently slept, or represent
cooked, ate and lived in the one apart-
It is needless to dwell upon the horror I have sw
of the scene. The murderer had done and Diarr
his work well. The first shot killed Wil- would rat)
liam Wilkinson instantly, for it entered than it. 1
his brain just over the right eye. He day to thy
must havedied without a struggle. Mrs. ing.-H. R,
Wilkinson was n6 doubt the next victim. As will be
The ball was fired directly into the right wer able
eye, and must have entered the brain, should kee
Her death must have been instant, for your home
her left hand was under her head as if in
Miss Amanda Wilkinson was lying fac- Take Lax<
ing her sister-in-law. The fatal bullet All druggi
entered her head a little to the left of to cure.
the left eye, toward the ear. Miss Wil- each box;
kinson showed signs of a struggle. She
lived until after 11 o'clock, but as the
ball entered her brain she did not regain $3.00TO C
It is presumed that Miss Bitha Me- For Flo
Cullough was the next victim. The ball Expositiot
that ended her young life entered the the unpre
head just above the left ear, paying to Charles
through the head, passing out just be- ville, Fla.
low the right ear. She evidently threw nesday, M
up her arm or was lying on it, as the reach de
same bullet passed through the upper Saturday,
part of her right arm. the ages o
All this work must have been done rate. Thi
within a few moments, as there was not of a lifetin
the slightest trace of a struggle to be a nominal
seen. It is thought by some that Bitha thestate l
was asleep in the bed with the women, to ae
and that Austin, who lived elsewhere, but is a credit
who was evidently spending the nightat enterprobise,
McCullough's occupied the pallet on the will probe
floor. If so, he must have killed the girl before anc
in bed, then removed her to the pallet. held in th
Lying down beside his dead sweetheart, Expositioe
evidently some time after he had killed ple of Flor
the household, William Austin put the theiS mat
pistol to his right temple and blew out advantage
his brains. advantage
toric old C
It is only nwessary to go back a few lina Intero
hours to ascertain the trifling cause for sitfon. F
the horrible crime. In Austin's coat to ticket a
pocket, which he had rolled up for a pil- Di. Pass.
low, was a marriage license issued by or, Div. P
County Judge Cooper, authorizing the Wrenn, Pa
marriage of William Austin and Bitha Geo gia.
McBullough. Austin wasinSt Augustine
on Saturday, and the license bears that
date, May 17,1902. 0
Austin had announced that he and
Bitha were to be married on Sunday. and bsssa
J. J. Harvey. who is the notary public, Ath
was to have tied the knot. On Sunday gs smely
he was called to the McCollough house
and informed that Bitha was in tears
and did not not want to marry Austin. S a
Mr. Harvey told her that she was not
compelled to, and he also told Austin
that he must walt until Monday. as the
ceremony could not be performed unless
the girl and her gardians were willing.
It is supposed that Austin went back
to the cabin later and arranged to spend Nice Rigs.
the night. He must have planned the
wholesale killing in the dark and waited
until nea .-:L..i .. ......
W the killing to Austin who
his own lif.
d repssented a highly reject.
family. Though very poor.
cCuloagh took care of his -
da, aged nearly aftyyear.a
ad his wife being about forty-
rty two respectively.
g girl was an orphan. Her
s Alfred McColough, who died
ago. Her mother was Mrs.
iallough, who died in Jackson.
winter. Bitha came there sev-
ha ago. but it is understood
n knew her in Jacksonville.
pie of Hastings gave Austin's
decent burial. Monday night
in which the-deed was corn-
rued to the ground with Aus-
in it, and all that now re-
the murder are a few ashe
Serattered to the winds.
RiUMATISM CUoRED AFrrac
'KN. YEARS OF SlCFI'CKINU.
, been afflicted with ,wiatic
m for fourteen years." says
ar, of Germantown, Cal. "I
to be around but constantly
I tried everything I could hear
last was told to try Chamber-
Balm, which I did and was
ly relieved and in a short time
I am happy to say it has not
ned." Why not use this lini-
Net well? It is for sale by all
Nt-ginning May 25, 1902
K(mw What Yei Are Takbg
take Grove's Tasteless Chill
cause thie formula is plainly
every bottle showing that it
ron and quinine in tasteless
Cure, No Pay. 25e.
board Air Line Railway has
sale one thousand-mile tickets
which tickets are good over its
tem, and also over the lines of
ant connections, representing
roxiinately 15,000 miles. Full
on as to these tickets may be
apon application to any agent
native of the company.
No Loss oF' TIMI:.
old Chamberlin's Colic, Cholera
boea Remedy for years, and
her be out of coffee and sugar
sold five bottles ef it yester-
eshers that could go no further
are at work again this morn-
.Phelps, Plymouth, Oklahoma.
seen by the above the threshers
to keep on with their work
uing a single day's time. You
'p a bottle of this remedy in
i. For sale by all druggists
Camre a C Is a w Ty.
native Bromo Quinine Tablets'
sts refund the money if it fails
E. W. Grove's signature on
"HARLESTON AND RETURN.
rida Educational Day at the
i, the Plant System has named
cedentedly low rate of $3.00
ton and return from Jackson-
Tickets will be sold only Wed-
ay 28th, limited to return to
Lination, until, and including
May 31st. Children between
f 5 and 12 years will take half
s will afford the opportunity
me to see a great exposition at
cost. Never in the history of
has so low a rate been made
ton. The Exposition, which
t to the South and southern
, will close on June 1st, and it
Lbly be one or more decades
other such Exposition will be
e south. This rate puts the
n at the very doors of the peo-
ida, proportionately low rates
de from all other stations in
No one should fail to take
* of the low rates to see hlis-
harleston,and the South Caro-
State and West Indian Expo-
or tickets and schedules apply
gents, or write to F. M. Jolly,
Agt.. Jacksonville; J. A. Tay-
'ass. Agt., Tampa, and B. W.
ss. Traf. Manager. Savannah,
s_ sm seI eea O es ie4
dde Inn Livery
J. M. Hires. Prop.
Hacks meet all Trains.
Anns'eflrdB for ow. a -
this head willb d for at t ua
form rate of $5 with the e* ptoa Of
candidate for county coimisow rm ad
. ebool board, Jor wewheshllVi baesh
ed, the amount in all caIsstoacomoinpy
the order for iMaseion tMhe erd.
I respectfully announce myself a ca-
didate for re-election to the osce of
County Treasurer of Yolusia Couaty at
the coming primaries, and solicit the
support of my friends and Democrats.
J. J. VistATr.
Fr STATE SMNATOt.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
State Senator for this district, subject
to the action of the Democratic prim-
aries. I solicit the support of all
Democrats. F. W. SAMn.
Fo TAX COLLAIM.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
reelection to the ofice of County Tax
Collector, submitting my claims to the
primary election of July 15th next. I
have endeavored to discharge my duty
to the people, and promise faithful ser-
vice in the future if again honored by my
fellow Democrats. D. P. SMIT.
PoR TMHE LmeSLATURe.
I herewith offer myself as a candidate
for reelection to the Legislature, sub-
ject to the action of the electors in the
coming primaries. C. L. BSMTH.
The Bet P. tsOr Mlra s
Chill and Fever is a bottles of G ovz's
TArsTELSM CaHLL Tom.I. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents.
CHINESE WASTE PAPER.
avery serap With a PrIated Chare-
ter Upve It ia saered.
You will never find upon the street
or In the rubbish heap a scrap of pa-
per with Chinese characters written
or printed upon it. An intelligent
Chinaman, questioned as to the rea-
son, explained the matter in this way:
"Melican man never tears up and
tlows in street his Bible or hymnbook.
Chinee liting all same to Chinaman as
Melican man's Bible."
Then he still further elucidated the
mystery by leading the way to the cel-
lar of a Race street house, In which.
piled up before a gigantic furnace,
were bundles of paper and sacks of let-
ters and newspapers printed in Chi-
Interpreted into plain English the old
Chinaman's story was that the orien-
tals regarded the written characters
as so sacred that this furnace was es-
pecially set apart, after being blessed
by the priests, for the Incineration of
all Chinese letters and documents.
So sacred Indeed was the Chinese
writing regarded by the orientals that
the most compromising letters of the
highbinders and the private corre-
spondence of families were left with
confidence in the care of the furnace
attendant. it being perfectly well
known that be would not risk his Im-
mortal soul by committing the deadly
sin of prying into correspondence com-
mitted to his care to be given to the
Nor does the oriental reg- d the Chi-
nese writing as safe from t- hands of
the Infidel even when every scrap of it
has been reduced to ashes. After the
paper has been burned the ashes are
carefully collected, and when enough
has accumulated to make a load they
are shipped on board a boat belonging
to the Chinese Merchants' company.
by which society all such matters are
managed, and taken to sea, where they
are scattered over the surface of the
To the Chinaman it Is horrifying to
see the white man's newspapers used
for wrapping purposes, his letters
scattered around the streets to be
walked on and his old books flung
around when read as though of no
more sacredness than old boots. A
letter, an envelope, the printed slips
extolling the virtues of preserved gin-
ger or the characters that advertise
a laundry for sale become, after their
usefulness has passed, as sacred as
the gilded ornaments that add to the
glory of the Joss.
One man is employed in Chinatown
to collect the waste paper. lIe calls at
the stores and the rooms and gathers
It up with the utmost eare. tying it in
sacks so that not a shred shall escape.
With bis sacred burden he goes to the
furnace room and hands the sacks to
the Important personage in charge
there, who stows it away ready for the
next burning day. Twice a week the
furnace is lighted and the sacks of pa-
per solemnly committed to the flames.
with many Incantations.-Philadelphia
THE CARNAHUBA PALM.
It Is Called tke MoNat Marvelous Tree
In the Werld.
Undoubtedly the most marvelous tree
In the world grows In Brazil. It is the
carnauba palm and can be employed
for many useful purposes. Its roots
produce the same medicinal effect as
sarsparilla. Its stems afford strong,
ligh fibers, which acquire a beautiful
luster and serve also for Joists, rafters
and other building materials as well as
for stakes for fences.
From parts of the tree wines and
vinegar are made. It yields also a sac-
chartne substance as well as a starch
resembling sago. Its fruit Is used for
feeding cattle. The pulp has an agree-
able taste, and the nut. which is ole-
aginous and emulsive, is sometimes
used as a substitute for coffee. Of the
wood of the stem musical Instruments.
water tubes and pumps are made. The
pith is an excellent substitute for cork.
From the stem a white liquid similar
to the milk of the cocoanut and a four
resembling maizena may be extracted.
Of the straw, hats. baskets, brooms
and mats are made. A considerable
Wod be U MRflUUbdo
i ed by THEW E. FAImaUM COMUPANT.
t uI OvAt FAIRY SKaP.
NEW BAKERY q
Having purchased Mr. Lindberg's in-
terest in the bakery business, 1 have
removed to the...
in the rear of the Opera House, where I
will continue the manufacture of Bread,
Pies, Cake* and all kinds of Baker's
goods, and will furnish Fancy Cakes,
Macaroons, Kisses, etc. to order. Orders
also taken for plain and fancy Ice Creams
and Ices, put up in brick form if desired.
Thanking all my former patrons for
their trade in the past I hope to merit a
continuance of the same. Call and see me.
Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WIcKxo, Manager.
Made from Distilled Water.
Factory ow-n from 7 to 12 Sundays.
Volusla Avenue and Railroad.
In their at sof e M dlsfsatl .1
UsuieL M = t t.Aiee-6 ft
This day thit ae icam ea to be
heard i. on the report of H. F.
Msuter biCIUMOOM, tihbat ta MM-
ttoneris qualifd to tas p eha' l-ano d
manage her own estate aOd property
and to become a free daler.
Abd the Court being saiisied from
such report and the evidence therewit
submitted, that the mid petitioner is
capable, and qualified to take charge of
and manage her own estate and pro-
perty and to beedme a free dealer in
every respect: It i4 hereby ordered,
adjudged and decreed that the petitioner
Beie I1. Davenport be and she is hereby
licensed, authorized and empowered to
take charge of, manage and control her
own estate and property, to contract
and be contracted with. to sue and be
sued, and to bind herself in all respects
as fully as if she were unmarried, and to
become a free dea'er in every retipect,
upon publishing a copy of this decree
onec each week for four successive weeks
in the Gasette-News, a newspaper pub-
lished in Volusia County, Florida.
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D. 1902
(Signed) MINso 8. JoxNs,
Judge Seventh Judicial Circuit,
4t jun10 State of Florida.
Am OsdmaUmb toA Regmlate ie
Memberlaa oft iMdAMnge ia
tm U0 Clt0 f Deatom.
Be it ordained by the Common Council of
the City of Daytona:
Section I. Owner. of building within the
city shall be at liberty to number the same but
shall conform to the following plan:
Section 2. Beach street shall be the base
line In numbering west thereof: Volbu-il
avenue shall be the base line in numbering
north and so' th thereof.
Section 3. For numbering purpose, lota on
the oMclal map of the city shIall be divided
into equal parts of twentv-five feet as nearly
as poible and a number awarded to each
said part. All numbering to be according to
the Philadeiph a System. as nearly as pos-
Section 4. Each respective I lock on each
respective street shall be numbered to one
hundred and in numbering north or south or
west from the first block a new higher conse-
cutive number shall commence with each such
Section 3 Whoever shall number otherwise
thau as herein before provided iu this ordi-
uance shall be liable to a flue of five dollars:
and whoever after notice from the city to
conform such irregular number to the require-
went of this ordinance aud shall persist in
retaining siuch irregtilar number. shall be
liable to an additional fine of five dollars for
each offense anud for every repetition thereof.
iPassed on first reading April 14th. 1902.-
Passed on second reading April D2th. 1M02
Passed on third reading May 12th, 1W 2.
J. B. PARKINSON.
CIHAS. L. SMI1IH,
Pres. of Council.
Steam and Hot Water Heating. 2
Estimates Furnished. Work Guarantl
P. O. Box 285
Office at European Hotel. Shop in sM
WHISKY $1.25 per
Mention this paper and send for
Winston Dis. Co.
Winston, N. C.
Lowest Price Whiskey House.
S. H. Gove,
ARHtITE"T, BUILDER AND CpNTRACI-O.
Residence and office, northeast corner of
Ridgewood and Volusia avenues.
'Phone H'). Daiytona, Florika
Firstupub.MNay 17; laRt pub June, F. W. SAMS. Proprietor.
If it's coated, your stomach C ub June Rates $2.00 W. r Day pni Upwards;
is bad, your liver is out of ,Notice i hereby given that the unazersigned Spvil to Regular loardere.
guardian of the estate of Mabel L, lillian o.
is bad, your liver is out of .^^^ ^ cti on t. Rr .
order. Aycr's Pills will clean dTF eE. hillot NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA.
your tongue, cure your dys- Hoorable J. e Crry. Coty Jue of
your tongue, cure your dys- voli,,s ia County,, for Iave to sell at a private E A D A
:sale the one eighth *1tcres.t of said minors in
psa, make your liver right. following property sitne in the CiH EADACH
Easy to take, easy to operate. Dayro pa. County 4 Vluia and State ,
to t e asyto o Florida. les.'ribed .is f-,t,l": Lots I and 2."
B.ock :,V. tex"ept the oith 1 ft) teet of "aid i tt,
25c. All druggists. according to Hilgeman'b Survey jf Daytona.
C. N. BIN(1AM. JR.. I
Want your m..ut.,hlie or 'ard a beautiful (..M. BIN4IIA.1. Jauardli.n
brown or rich black? Then use Dated thi. 12 b day of May, A. D., R1I2.
BUCKINGHAIS DYEhiskers At .a ,N, a ,1.
-- OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
SNotive is hereby given that on or
p S about the 10th day of June, A. D., 1902,
the undersigned incorporators will apply
to the Honorable Minor S. Jones, Judge
of the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
E Circuit of Florida. for his approval of a
'D l iCharter of Incorporation of an Aaso-
POOL as Ws eiation to be known as the Pinewood
Cemetery Association, to be located at
T 11 Goodall, (opposite Daytona) Volusia Cw m
County, Florida. The object being the A-yM digkebM dsMtt.
R W, pIrDc Mlm;Q i purchase of the cemetery now known ws *'ny .e-nertaft w o =wgeo'mmmm
1lROOMS. a s* Pinewood Cemetery, to lay out, improve, ttuom tt-If
Sbeautify and preserve the same; and for m tso& ts s---im
that lturlose to dispose of burial lots. speew si wboutles tat-
reciive doniations and solicit subserip-
tions, all of which are to be in accordance
11ht Luiinche'. se.rvedl at all hours. with the laws of Florida providing for a ndnimelyfl te s-trate y. I
Oysteer stew a sls-'ialtv. !the granting of charters to corporations earmr ts TmA ols
not for profit. MI|- I.
The proposed charter being on file in l8eh-- _. -
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtort.a~n.
of Volusia County during the pendancy
FOR of this notice. Signed, -
JOHN B. PARKNsON &
First Class Work C.B. A, JR.Bingham & Mal
A'.\LL ON THE LAWRKXNC THOMPSON
MiS. E. J. ABBOTT Furiture and.
M. OSBORN i anda
Oy r &t Dated this 14th day of May, .1. D., 1902.
S LAUNDRY a (First Pub. April 26; last Mayl) Undertaking.
Citation of Administratiotn.
,lotida, I.itatioV-21.+ I
VolusiaCounty, Florida, station. Paints and
BY THE JUDGE OF SAIDI COUNTY:
Whereas, C. L. Snith has applied to
thin Court for letters of Administration
N. ERICKSON Etate of Art Ftist, dad Nw line of Waste
N. ERLCKS 0N3 JIN late of said county of V'ohlsii. N w fle
I These are, therefore. to cite and ad-
Cabinih all andinglar the kind and Baskets and Hampers
tM k rafdicreditors of said deceasoa'. to Ie an(d ap-
WYood W torkr pear before this Court, on or wbfore the
ood W orker t .ond da of June, A. I)., 1902. ani file
objes-tions,. if any they have, to thegrant-
Doors and Window Se-'ens, Picture ing letters at aforesaid, otherwise the Indurated W ates
Mouldings made. to order. All kinds of \sae- will bet granted as prayed. e
Witne-ss my name as County -Judge of :
Furniturelt.pairingdone on short notice the county aforesaid, this 23rd day f CT
at reasonbnhle pricks. April, 19!(2. J. LiK: Mk 'oitov.
Co 'ttag Avenue, Daytona. Flt. I countyy *J1 dg(le.
To Justie Court. 7tn District, A t
Volusia County. Florida.
Sl Blount & Stanton. Plaintiff
Garfield Griffih 1
To Gariteld Griffin. defendant, and Dayt(
Small others whom it may concern:
Ti Take ntice that a writ ofgarnishment (
'bhas m beena issuAd in the above named case,
and that your property in the hands of
S their Florida Fast Coast Railway 'Com-
pany lhaas Ie-ni garnished. Now, unless
*'you' apll-ar before' G. M. Wallace, a Jum-
Stite of tlhe 'Peac in and for the .Seventh
District of Vol.isia ('oim ty. Flor-id a. n
or Iwfore .luly 7. 1902, imigp-ment will
l. e entered! again-4t you.
qt.- tL NT & STAN'roN. Plaintiffs.
no.) Notice of Appilcation tor Tax Deed.
S INotice is hereby given that M. E. Mor- I.
Ti) INi)l'.'l i It DESIRES prison. purchaser of Tax Certificate. No : nneti
is all that is n#cssary-. 141. dated the 6th day of .lune. .. i).. Hill. aOrn
e io the rt. ice, and has amade appliation for tax
The daily output of our ovens consists deed to issue in necordantlce with law.-
of all varieties of Said certificate embraces the following I R 1. VENNI
BREAD *described property situated in Volusia
anti a gi-tat variety of pies. cake and county, Florida. to-wit: S. E.' of S. W. \
pastry. See., ,2p 14, Range. 2S E. 40 ac)ns.
pastry. I ''lk-- ;.I -- -
t tot~ri.Ya t I a -,
PWMBMINO, GA FITTING,
and HOT WATER HEA
lMA M IN I- MASO nIC
fowe'. iRew Tor&c ik
om'al k idsof
Direct aed Indirect,
HOT WATER and STEAM HEAU
Laundry Drying Planto
Furnished and lust
All Work Done at the Very Lowestp
III ( oil, I ;I I I,
- W VI9 OP PLOJII~A / STICK TO ONE THING.
M ao e STICK TO ONE THING.
A Man W5-- o.s Aes 1 s BeSl-eS DAYTONA T
I'p to That Rule.
h' me only way for a mwa n i t nlary PaEDcR A RI
"' WT & caTnK to make a success of life iameclally
and otherwise Is to stick to one thing."
M NU 40. In Eff t April 15, 1902. "id goernet,, employee to a
w ,--- porter. "Twenty years ago I had plenty .
OSR14THOUWU.1A0 UP. I of energy, a little money and a huge -
|tlly MA Lim. !M. n'l*. 2-- stock of Ideas. I determined to beconse
-* y I Daily Daily a power In the money market and as a
IS: : .................. .-.........Ar' 7 .lp ass_ starter dabbled for six months or more
*-*7 ........... ...t. Aaiin .............. -LYv 65 2 4a P in stocks. That experience cost me $4.-
...................... tn .............. P50 7 45a O 000. I soon became convinced that I
S ............ ...... ...... 1 1I was cut out for a druggist and straight- Rabber T Crrig
S .................. ..........................% 6p 6 Wa inWe are well equipped for "Straw Ride*.
S......... ..... anells ... way invested $2.000 in a pharmacy. e a weeqpped for Straw Rid
SO........ Ormond.............. CUt rate were unknown in those days, 'Base meetall trains and take p
I .. "................... p5 S and in a short time I was doing well, Trunks delivered promptly.
S. ............ : ......... N wmyr but one day I read of a prominent law-. Teleph
SNS S A the idea thatIwould makea
.... ..... ....... ... .. .. 0 yer receiving $2=,000 e as n afeefor soTm
..... :: ........T.... e............ ..... .... to uch an extent that in two m u
B ....... p ........... .......CForteo ..'i: ....... ........ yeare I was $300 to the bad. In the
S ......................f e dit ... -.......te dt... a I ...... would make
p ....... ::::::::: ... ::::: '.great e lawyer. I neglected my drug I
.. I ..&a ...........Ea.'.............. ....... -..... business to such an extent that in two
p ....................8Lucie.................ti ..........esoe...."s
li 'oe. .. .......n.... liot o Pe o .........way ...
.... .. ..................... .... 3 ... all atel; result, 1800 n the hole. The Larget and M
.. i ... .............. Edn ........... I ....tried my hand at real estate............of Dr in Datona
.1.1 .. .......o n s n. ...... .... .. .. 1 c. .c ple of Blackstone and hung out m y
.......6ip........................e S .............s....... single. Business not coming my way
BRA R r 8 u .................eSud. l......... ......... s al o t o d
........A A............... We e da............32 s fast as thought it should I opened TRY OR PINE TAR COUGH
P............ ........ onn ..... ..a small hotel; result, $1,00n the hole. The Largt and M
o. P ............. .. .......dale.....'Ta L.: ...a Then I tried my hand at real estate, Drugs in Dayton
MAYPO nT BAirC.. I've been e.er since. Shortly t t my
Sami.................. a i my legal training helping me greatly, pory i t
BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN Z5 AND 7but the same old story will have to bep
recorded here--failure. By this time my
BR|NCH L h juU .a money was nearly all gone. What to do Pe f merR and Dress
AK AN AT oArAAnext was the all absorbing question.
SA p .. L. IlhOne day a friend convinced me that TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH
r -- ______A--big money could be made out of chick-
4Gac -SA44;b.I49 a& 14.4ens. I investedIevery tent I had left. 24A l 1 9 I 4
46 Sy5IDu STATIOns. i. 4S M 1. 0, thing thens. At the end of six
I tly Sj a aa' 1.al .y .tk.I 6 .tick yto st months I sold out my henuery for $300.
S4 Up !G O& Ar a20t 311a.ArUoo. p 6PThenI. n got a government Job, and here
S've been eversince. shortly aftnely Brick Lime and
KAYORTBRN E CITY B C. arrival iaryn this town purchase rolling ho
S17 &1 12 tie land In the north moss or mction. Offices and Thatrds: East Coast R
Ai T N s. investmentha Wayldedh me a gton Star.very
0 ln aILv..............South Jacksonville.......... v 17h1 oughly satisfied that the only thing for
loL .............. .. "b-Bt ................ :1o u g h a nd1DrdwM
A.......... e Beach ............. [' ort P a mn on a salary to do Is to either put
SA LN KATN O BRANCH. Wings bank or Invest his surplus In land
-iLN XATZ BRA1CH. or bricks and mortar. Remember one
lowlySTATIONS.N.o41 k thing--this Is an age of specialists
IDeby I DailyStick to one thing, make a success ofORi i
S 5& I ........................... ... ..... .AstPalitkai.......d.......m........... r 110: 1 p It. and maybe one of these days some
.Mateo....... ....... 0 p big company will offer you a princely Brick, Lime andCc
...FORD BRANCH. ORANGE crTy BRA CH. salary for your knowledge. A rolling Phll4
T .. o We .. 2[. t stone gathers no moss or money."- Offices and Yprds: East Coast R
Mc12 No.l yme, D I a STATZONS. I .- No.4 W ashington Star.
aLT v .. ..M'- ...... Lv '107 .6p3 p 21a.Lv.Lake Hlelen.Lvyl 1)
........ (We .p......... Iaa 0 p l39 I.V O anr r ity Lvii p
S an:L...... erpr ..... Lvill "0 a ,OIpti 45a Ar.Ong. City Jc.Lv 1 0 p
OBS a ........ afford ...... aLv'11 ( W0a0 ', "
e Time Tablv.- -h,,w the. tim.r- at which trans may) -l.. xet,. ., arrive an
* t mveral stati,ns. uit thlir arriva-l r h.-partur,. at th1l. tii,n- -:at-., i not gua r
W dgue th ('aopgy bll Itself responsible for auy delay ur an cisqjuencesa
Itaimular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mil
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
R. i MoS *.*** .. ** U 00 pi I.v. Havana. Tu-. ThIurs
Wet.Tue. Thur..... 12 30 p Ar. K.v lest. Tue, Thur .......
WK Wes t.Tues Thus p ILv. Key We. T.lue s Ihurs.............
*. Um a, We.il. r ... tsa1 Ar. Miami. W,s Frg ......
.* C opy o TT.-a I Ti me Car,!l address any Agent.
S5. D. RARNER, Asmt. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, I
SIG N #f
I Cent eacb in 1000 Lo
OSBORN QUICK PRINT SHI
Around the World
in 80 Minutes
- OPERA IOUSE
Saturday, May 31st.
Everything iQ the Sbow
25 and 35c
beats now on sale at the Palmetto D)rtu Store
GENIUS AT WORK.
Brt the musician. coniiosed only in
Bonnet worked in a co!d room. wit!.
his bead warmly enveloped.
It tos mid that Schiller. before comn
psdnl&g put his feet in cold water.
Gretry. to animate thinself when com-
pala. breakfasted and took coffee and
hem applied himself day and night to
G.o Rent painted with much pomp.
Be dressed himself magnificently and
had bia pupils attend him in silence
Blaed around him.
The historian Mezeray would work
eay with a candle. eoen at midday and
to aidvekmmer. lie never failed to wait
ea his visitors. even to the street. with
a eaudle In his land.
JerMuy Benihani jotted bhis ideas on
little squares of paper. which he piled
Spend each other, and this pile of little
papers stitched together was the first
traus of his utaniuscripts.
Michael Angelo. Leonardo da Vinci.
Titan. Rubtens. passed from the chisel
to the pen or the brush. The change
Iated tbeum from the preceding work.
and tbas during loi.g life they accomn-
pialled marvelous works. Literary
asmm1s 1em Cheerftl.
e0urwas a woman who was method-
kal In her discipline.
~ow. WIUie." abe said, "you have
mhpiM h M- hWt I WOnn't whin Ynn I
A FAMOUS PAINTING.
One Fiuref In a J apMaeae Preture
iflible Only at Wltht.
Somne of tihe tinest Japanese paint-
ings in tWashington are in the legation
building of that nation, the Japanese
tniimi:',ador being a collector and con-
noissetur of the art of his native land.
The Jiapanetst style of painting is alto-
gether unlike that of Europe and
Aimeri-n'. and the reason Japanese
painters are able to produce color ef-
I's that are the despair of Euro-
pean a il At'merie:ia artists is owing to
thi.' p,':iielnts they use. a large number
of tit!i'i are beret anid unknown out-
side of .ilipan.
In .'a:lan there is a very famous
painti!- which no a1mouniit of money
couid I .,y and which is the master-
piete of a fan:.'us artist who lived
sev.-ral centuries ago. Viewing the
li::itig in tlihe daytime., one is disap-
poiniied. It N.hiowsl nothing more than
a ter'' c(mou'init'le landscape. unre-
lievetld l'. I inotita:ins or hills. As soon.
howe er. ais nihlit falls one begins to
realize thle i-,culiair merit of the pic-
ture. for upon the canvas there a,-
pears a luniious \water buffTlo (c:ari
btwu) browsing ui.'snm the grass at Its
The artist who painted this picture
discovered a certain phosphorescent
paint, which he olbtained from the bod-
ies of certain mollhtks, or fish, and
with which he lintited the Luffalo that.
invisible In daylight, is Iluminously
i _#hI...-I. *I.. I A I. qrV ..... ,f _
RAN SFI~t O.
e Horses C Dri" MO
i.' The finest tuarmotoll thefty.
an>egepr to a .l-tMltheet. /
Stable M b l.
L n leading
C 0 Druggits
ost Complete Stock
%. Prescriptions com-
ed Pharmacist only.
Toilet Articles. %
BA LSAM-25 cents a bottle.
1 DAYTONA, ILOR D A
'ALL ai~i&ft*Dom Daft I. U333*3w uis
sleese JO sw Da"s No per Week mda" pwwwa 7..
SMJFACTCRM of HIGH GRADE
S-amg Fr Matursses
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stores. ':
Your Old Furniture Made as Good as ml-
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. DayteUla
DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MlCi i1 S& awards, )EMsmangme.
Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Insid&
T T7 ClinialOoIluins. Ponrh nlimsM--
I woO XYard. Pulleys MaIde to Order. Phoe 70.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARITACY,
NorriT BEACH STREET
Has a Select Stock of......
DRULIS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS PATENT MEDIiCNI:.. IIRLSHES,
COMB8 AND TOILET SOAPS.
ed Pine Cypresso Perfumery and Fancy Tohiet Articles.
,h, Shingles, -w-
ing, C('iling. DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor. can it' consultml prof..snionally during 'bMslmes
ement in Stock. hours; office hours undayvs, 9:00 to 10:130 a. ii.; 2:4) to 4:34) p. m.
ailway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager Trowell's PrEx rs e Baggage Line f
ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
Sp The average life of raspberry pla nta. II
tions Is about Bix years. pat R A T e AIO
S., With grapes the rle should be to dig t Li .
arising deep and plant shallow.
For rooting the lt-st cutting of a It's all Florida.
ima. plant is a shoot of new growth Just be- I.
fore it grows woody or at all fibrous. Why Iuy inlxportet cigars. niide froini heavy tropical toblico, dItxorEtJ with opium ,
Trees about the house make it more and other drugs when you lcan hlave the pure Florida leaf at a five-went prive?
attractive and homelike, besides shield-
i xof 25 .................. A1 I
ing it from the cold winds of winter i lix (f l -JFREE BY MAIL.TO ANY ADDRESS.
g '0 and the hot suns of sui;mmer.
703p Cut the young trees back when plac- W R WLEYV SAN MATEO.
t Ing them in the ground and also trim W k LORKDA.
off some of the roots. especially those
FLA. that .re bruised or broken in any way.
- -- Fruit trees cannot thrive on all kinds A I A W A O(K S
of exhausted soil. The trees will mike'HAL AX W AG N1 A UKSv
a growth of leaves and wood on poor 1. i GODWIN, Proprietor
S land, but they require mineral manure
to perfect the fruit.
In most cases when planting shade
trees the hardiness of the trees should
be given preference over rapid growth.
Ls It is of no advantage to secure a shade
S tree urly only to have it die when
('h.amed the Text.
"Dr. Ie Witt Talmage during his
visit to England In 1879," says the Lon- INE
don Chronicle, "had been engaged to
preach in a church in one of the large
towns of England. On arriving at the
building he found It besieged by a Near IBotnl
throng of from 15.000 to 20.000 people.
Naturally, he expected the place would
be crowded inside. Instead of this he
was surprised to find it only moderate-
'" Why.' be demanded of the pastor, ;
*diu't you let this crowd of people come i
'Oh.' said he, "each person inside
has paid 4 shillings to get In.'
"Dr. Talhage had intended to preach
from the text, 'Without money and
witliout price.' lie changed his sub-
The Author at Home.
"No." snid the author's wife. "It'd
hard to understand these men of gen-
ius. There's my husband for Instance."
"'h by. anything wrong with him this
"I should say so! Do you know I
merely asked him to take down the
stovepipe, and take up the parlor car-
pet, and hang the new curtains on the
bay window,. and stain the dining room
floor, and move the piano to the east
corner, and he flew Into a rage and
acted as if lie had lost all the mind he
thinks be's got."-Atlanta Constitution.
"John." said the man who was domi-
nated by his mother-lu-law. "do you
believe there is any sense in a man
marrying a whole familyy"
"I do." said John. "I believe a man
with seven charming daughters would
be a fool if he didn't seize the tirst op-
portunity to do it."
Which goes to show that we are
misunderstood when we least expect
Corning out of a woman's club: "The ,
difference between tmy husband's club
and mine." said the pretty woman In
the turquoise colored toque. looking
at her watch. "is that mine lasts from
21 unttil ti. and his Lists from G un-
Mammon's Aerobatl s.
"'.\ financial crash, and, poor fellow,
hlie went under."
"Andi then she threw him over, I
hea:r."- It ti more Herald.
Samana Juice PFor Broahltts.
Tlhe juice of bananas is recommended
as one of the best remedies in chronic
birontchitis with Insufficient expectora-
tion and marked dyspnaLA. A dram
eight or ten times a day during the
fli-.t days is usually prescribed, and T H
late.Pr tlhe jl dos n be iiminilhed.
a. nd Gfeneral Blacksmithing
r Sea io amnd Repairing.
aw and Planing Mills
ar 1, now prepared ti tiirnishh all kinds of
ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE
ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.
WE MEET ALL COMPETITION.
Gasoline St ves
Ice Cream Freezers
Are Summer Necessities.
A Full Line at
oft;ieein the 'Up.-ti'. lato Barlier .'hoip.
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
S*eeeeeeeemeeeeeeemrneemeeeeeeeeeeeeeememeee == = =
It is a Fact
That ~ .havei i.. hotio..,t am.,, .irt Ilt-nt4
ir c l lI- I thei' iit'.y I 'ru-i.-S ;II. -ri a I t.
D. F. MORRISON
Longe's Old Stand.
Cowmer Beack' Street end Second Avenue.
NORMAN S. DAYTON,
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.
'it 'l .', t
mi ,li .l A v ; I I". 1: (' I ', l',,.t,, i,
I i-iiI~lti-lV thelit- .in.va)
Steam and Hot ,
Water Heating. %
Agent for the Ericsson
C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY
1.n, h T l \\ 't'l, l
Fresh~ii~.1.ouiiamt. Fresh itte~rt Milkpor- 'mnI ?1l'rt ::..
Prompt Ith-livry to Any I'art of the t'ity at Any Tim.-.
GAZETTE-NEWS WILL BE Located. G. M. EATON
GAZETTE-NEWS WILL BE G. M. EATON,
%* I k
Ab it. F. *rm)lVElJ,. Proijori--tspr,
.Nljlk. 1--i- piarl 1 -
o O- ttlt ww gnaat poogp tor
d* -- to -dd -Mwter to th.
-M NOi mad the soat newt
a -mM b ltiPte howh they im t to
0t. I. t iMt a Mcoe tOl Perbaw ma
a alp nusongsllug~ and 'awa-
1 a- d I no add romwmter to the
$d& -cm Imagine bow they set to
waft to cook a crimoftnt. Perlals
t we reinid our leaders that many
dmber s were provided with draftt"
whi ocehaslonally required cleaning
aad that rushes took the place of car-
pets they will realize one of the reu-
ave for the. se of perfumes. -Sweet
waters" wer occasionally sprinkled
under the ruslhs In great houses or for
revels or on the mattresses and bed-
Prims WasmeU OpeI*e Doewn.
A Loadon paper tells a story of Wag-
amr It the days of his youth and pover-
ty calling upon RoulnJi in Parts and
-_d "a little composition" of his
ewnm the piano rack The rack. The reply of
Mansi when It was pointed out to him
that the most was upside down was
thaps hardly up to the best form of
*the polte Frencbman." "Too see. I
te1nd It sounded better that way."
BI Nye's compliment to Wagner
was In a happier vein. He told the
eamt composer that be had no doubt
ib mm e was really much better than
It Wmmded-Loodon Speaker.
MI. romgwed-Tes; Mr. Toungwed
Madnt feel at all well this morning, so I
JMt made him stay home from the of-
Mra. Naybor-Indeedt I notice all
yew carpets are up and your back
led's painted and-
Mrs. oungwed-Yes; I got Mr.
TaOigwed to do all that while he was
-e today.-Phlladelphia Press.
Emm Tham aY gtG.
"Tee played nothing but tragedies,"
m thete .e&
"They were worse than tragedies,"
Snswered Mr. Stormlngton Barnes as
he stopped figuring his expense ac-
asst. "They were financial cataro-
When hope looks backward. It in,
transformed Into regret.
Crlt WIIHKX lioNros FAIL.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson. Patterson. lnt r-
writm Jane Nth. 1Nl.l: "I had m' .
lever in very bad form, wa under. "aria
meet by doctors, but as treat-
op taking their n as I
Wlm d return. I used TnIN, the ferer
aolBelrbine. found A a "'"nple bottle
bought two I .i. thelld me. Then
cared me. **l tk.es which completely
awld- Wtee'l grateful to you for fur-
e W Boi-t-ch a splendid medkiine, and
,.,estly rconmniend it to those auf-
from malaria, an it will surely
.r We them. Herbine. 74k- bottle at J. M.
Don't borrow trouble. You a already
have a plenty.
FoR ToOSE W HO LIVE: ON FARMS. i
Dr. Bergin, 'ana. Ill.. writes: *1 have
ased Ballard's Snow Liniment: always
recommend it to nmy friends,as I anm -on-
Adent there is no better made. It is a
dandy for burns." Those who live on
farms are emlweially liable to many nr-
cidental cutA, burns and lbruises, whi-h
heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment is applied. It should always lie
kept in the house for asesn of emergency.
25c, 50k and #1.41MI at J. M. Jones.
Winks speak louder than v ordl-in
the mind of a tiirt.
WOmmi WIDE RKI'I STATION.
White's Cream Verndifuge has achieved
a world wide reputation as being the
best of all worin destroyers. and for its
tonic influen e on weak and unthrifty
children, am it neutralizes the acidity or
sourness of the s*toinach. impiloves their
digestion, and assimilation (of food.
strengthers their nervous system andl
restores them to health, vigor and .las-
ticity of spirits natural to, childhood.
25c at J. M. Jonles.
It is a great deal easier to rniiieilter
the Mainehan it is to raise it
There a:@ an aching and tired feeling:
the liver,the bowels and kidneys be.onie
sluggish and inactive, the digestion ima
paired, with little or no appetite. no
ambition for anything. and a feeling that
the whole body and mind needs toniing
up. The trouble is. that during winter.
there has been an accumulation of waste
matter in the system. Herhine will re-
move it, secure the meo retions a right
exit, and by its tonic effect. fully restore
the wasted tissues and give strength ill
place of weakness. .ck- at .1. M. Jones'.
A girl who has mlloney in her town
name is anxious to change it.
WON'T FolLOW AuvihK. A.TE R P'AMi,
In a recent article a prominent physi-
c la says, "It is next to inlposiblle for
the physician to get his patients tocarry
out any prescribed course of hygiene or
diat to the smallest extent;, he has biut
ow resort left. namely. the drug treat-
meat." When medkmines are used for
chronic constipation, the most mild and
tie obtainable, such as Ihantmerlin's
ach & Liver Tablets,. should bw eit-
ployed. Their use is not followed by
constipation as they leave the bowels in
a natural and healthy condition. ForI
sale by all druggists.
FAST FREIGHT AND LUXUIkOUS PASSENGOm OUTTE TO
New York. Boston and the East
I from a
Pure Juices from Natural Roos.
Kh ses l Sysum. ,ParinBisthehl
CURES Malaria, lismss, Cmstipatie,
W uW Stoah uad Imp DigestiOL.
Ewj BffMliOE t Q- S Ost13.
z..*., mmIBzsz'z..~, i.aX.z... Xa
lPrce, O0 Cent..
.Pepm by JAMES rF BALA St. Loub. Mo,
-ON by Dr. J. M. Jew&
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four Ships Every Week
To New York. making clowe connections with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Lines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
~neranl information, sailing schedules. stateroom mmervations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent. 224 West itaySt.. .Jwksonvillc. Fla.
1'. E. LFEVRE. Manager. E. T. CHARLTON. G. F. & I'. A.
New 'kier 35 North River. New York. N. Y. :-15-012
.I. W. WILKINSON. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
Wifchm*onRd Wahlaton Baltlamor*
Pkilad llphla Boston Atlanta
AsheviUe Chattanooga Louisville
Cincnlnati St. Louis Kansas Cty
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
$oIJ [AN RAILWAY
-0 ROUTE OF TME CELEBRATED TRAINS:
The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
The New York and Florida Express
TO THO EAST.
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
7 M TilE OR T AND WEST.
Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
Ask for Tiekets via Sethern Railway. Cerrespeodensee Sllolted.
SH F. CAREY, Fla. Pam AgC. 103 V. Bay St., Jacksavill Fl. I
S.& It HARDVICK.
General Pameger Agent,
Washagtao, D. C.
Jaawr 1i5. 190S.
V. H. TAYLOE,
Ain't Gcu'l Pam. Agiat,
How He Proposed. DUUIl'BSIN AMILMAIAN ANR I .
He wished to propose to the girl ofut a Matter ,1
his choice, but he wias nervous. First Nt Mheatve Imagm atio ter
he thought of the old romantic style:
"By my halldom, fair tone. I would "The idea of business ill a country
fain take thee for my bride. Say thou that has re' ched the height of its r te-
vtlopeinent is a dry as dust affair," says
wilt be mine, and ere the sun gilds the IIutclhins Hlapgod iin Ainslee's. "It is
turrets of yonder castle the friar shall V itiseratile svstc (i tkeq. what
unite us in holy bonds."f the mi.trable systm of keeping what
In the face of the prevalent rage for Otle has. a system in. which the temper.
dramas of the olden style, this form laniellt and the imagituion do not play
seemed satisfactory. Being an eminent- a ipart. rhe American. however, puts
ly modern young man, however, he linagination into business. Business is
thought again and determined to test teo art fa this antry. io the Aml rl
the theatrical mode. can of affairs there are in his work Cx-
But just at that moment the fair (ittiiint, and color. To him it is
Mary tripped into the room, and he n rot a natter of matheuatics, but of
blurted out he creative imagination. (Ireat proc-
"Er-Mary--er-will you-e--well"-- id "s. great inventions, great corpora-
But Mary was far frou beir .- tiions the organization of such things
But Mary was far fro being Coil- reqt'uires gn tius.
trary. "Oh, that's all right, George." "'Nobl.dy is stupider, more avaricious
slid she, "I know what you me:a,. and inore econuomieal lit a small way
W hy, of course, I will. Papa will be --... ....... ... .......
delighted."-New York Herald.
Sueklag Polomnous Wounds.
Among all people the sucking of the
wound has ever been considered the
most effective remedy of immediate ap-
plication for snake bites. In Africa a
culling instrument is employed in
emergencies of the kind to draw out
the poisoned blood. The ancients fol-
lowed the same methods, and when Ca-
to made his famous expedition through
the serpent Infested African deserts he
employed many savage snake charm-
ers, called psylli. to follow the army.
They performed many mysterious rites
over men who were bitten, but the effi-
cacy of their treatment appears to have
consisted in sucking the wounds.
Least attractive among the Insects
which give light are the so called "elec-
tric centipeds," black crawlers with
many legs which have been likened to
serpents' skeletons in miniature. They
move in a snakelike fashion, forward
or backward, leaving behind them a
bright track of phosphoric light, How-
A fool girl often encourages a foolI man ever, they are most accustomed to ap.
for the purpose of jilting him. pear in the daytime, when the illuml.
9 i nation they afford is not visible.-Lon-
WHOOPING CoUH. Not Reduced to That.
A woman who has had experience Gottlieb Schneider- hear. you ha
with this diseaw, tells how to prevent Gottlaeb Schneidero hear you hach
any dangerous consequences from it. new bicycle got Do you get much
She says: Our three children took 1on it I
Whboping cough last summer. our baby Ioule Piltzbeinmer-l haft effer had
bhyh eB only three months old. and It to a pawnshop alreatty.-Columbus
to ourgiving them Chandierlin's (0.) State Journal.
S Remedy, they lost none of tleir
= Aip011 s and came out in much better Parot.
than other children whose parents e-snt that a beautiful parrot.
dill bot se this remedy. Our oldest She-Isn't that a beautiful parrot?
little airl would ..all i.wtiiv fLo ....r He-WelL I like the care better thnn
The Great Thr
TO THE East
TO THEW est
TO TIlE East
NT l" Y SIIl
ough Car Line from Florida-C-nnections:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
The Southern Ry. via Jesup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ash ville
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merrhants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and .steamerm for New York, Baltimore
R AN f-TO-DATE H
CTr OR SHAVE g o A I
243 North Beach St
LINES *4 4
W Through tickets to New York, Philadelphi
New Haven, New London. 8toningteoa
Providence, Fall River, Boston and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rate LOWER TII.HN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands..........................:1 0 a. m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant System........................... 3: 15"'p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40.p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3::22 pum. making close connections.
For illustrated matter, dliagrams, reservations, tic-kets, etc., address
A. I W& PDY' Ag e4, "-; 220 West Bay Street,
W X Jacksonville. Florida.
(;eo. II. (Clark. Local Agent. Daytona, Fla.
To Key West and Havana, via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, ( ape Brton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada. s
Atlantic and Plant Steanship Line for Halifax. Hawkembury and Charlottemtown. .
Winter Tourist Tickets NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I
will lie on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Southern States --* .
all Florida sorts., via the Plant System during the season il. L2iUl". '"'
turn unt.. .ay ~t, Ai th the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
A Addre*4N of mpartie in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally iup- -en t i
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter. WesteD..8 & Atlantic Railroad.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations. etc., call on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division Patwenger Agent. 1:S Wemt Bay St.. Jacksonville. Florida. route of the
W. B. D)ENHAM. General Sulperinteindent. B. W. WRENN. Pas .Traffic Man..
Savannah, ;Ia. Savannah, Ga. PiLP; n niA linriaMq I ;min'r' in
Air Line Railway.
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
rithi.. siiort,'.st Rote.
The iest Line.
double Daily Service, incli'ling Suniiays to
SAVANNAH. Col.U MilA,. C IAMDEN. SOI'THERN IINES. RIC('lliM
WAS'.I('(N, BA.LTIMORE. I'lII.LAI)EPI'lHIA and NEW Yi
with THIOllt ll 'IP LIMAN l.l:E'EltS. It is tlie only Line (wrat
NIaily Throui gh Pulliman Car S.rvie ietweeui.Inaksonville andi New rle
For further informiiatioii wrlite. to
.1. 0). M.1i.cDONELL. A-st. ( 1Gen. x. AtNS it. 1nt.l .ck.Finvillo.. F'lirida
It. E. L. 1IB'NCH. 4;.n'. Pass. Agent, I'ortsmouith. Va.
J. M. BARR. First Via.-1'n.siilint aiGld .neral Man age'r. Pa otsItmoluti.
I h1:1l1b t -i 4 )111aiilil,'.l av tr. 4 .ff :111.1 (III %%ji t '41 1Iiiis t i q oil b ii
iotislie.4s ;and sick hetalath.les.
(One IlLa a friend askel ime \% ha
t i.' I r I fl v -. i ti 0111de
him hev rtsiauimnml~etlhl'mNSTlles. 'iIa;Il V~c in,"Imag t it
houa."andl after tl, the 44401u1Ia l'a'(I h, tat-I f- .., 0-laithia that I
kept taill w~ithi 014,1i1. 1 hatta#- Riliaa-. l'.ahaabl's lw s ill the litouse4
lit I" ~Aia'la i t p ac~kag.'(of Ilit-illil n uuv Ii4-kl-t
'hI'le l-cC'at iwk-t is (erit ii ill ian '.,ldillatirv otiasi' in.
L ~suiil. i~ll.vii a .-ear.I
Ih:ausfrau. Nobody is loss avariciouts
id more economical in a ig way han A lantic Valdo ta & W e
a great American inventor, tinanceir Atlantic, Valdosta & W es
(or lusinuss an ii. Through his trains "I\XI F'l.YF It I I" Tl' "
lprodlutc'tion litcomes chtelper amid aonse-
i)leiintly more allundatlint. and more good
to thlie im'aillllon people thel'reby accrues N(,. 2 No.-14 Staltions NNo. :1
that y all the small savings ever made 7:2 ill .........4: pll L ...... ... l;iAksolvill.......... Ir 7:4)
since civilization began. It is better to 10:57 a I .......11:1 .I) Il Ar............... \al. ta....... .. 4::.L5
le able to make than to save, and to 4:140 pmi .. .... :.. :55 ;i a i...... ..... aM; n ............... Lv 11:.-'1
make much a large outlay in money. 7:4.t im......... 7:25.' am .\.. ..........iantlu .... ...i. \.:4to
energy aud brains is necessary. To 1:0011 a .......... 1:(H1 lpllm .A .......... h'l i ta o a ... :'t oI
save lpennies is a sign of commercial 61:40 ai........ :-5 I imi Ar .......... sh. N lhville I. v :3I
incoiinm etet ce and national decline. 12:ll l ..l... 11:41)0 pl A..... ........IMarti....... ... .. .
h a n 7:'.2 oin ........ ::2 ; ill .%\r' ....S t. I oL ( 1 L .\ Il Il.
Whienaiin individual or a nation be-I 74 :.2 at til St in i.\ I 1
gins at sy*yteon of housekeeping on a 1L%: Ar (iii ia 1.1 ; 1
small scale. it is a sign that the life- 12 IW Ilm 2::30 iilli r l.o. i-vill- l.\ :at ii<
blood is ebbing. Old people, drier and 4.15 l ........ 7: ; t l .. n in t t I .. I\1 1:1 '
less rt sour(. ful than young pleol.le. are ..... ............. ... I A..... ...... ChI.ag ... 7: .
Inotoriously mlor economicntil. They, like
old nations. want to hang on to what No. 4- Dixiei l-'lver-'arrie' I'ullman i-rati l tg I a1in I'tuffl
they hate rather than strive for more. .Jack.4somville to St. i.,iii.- ;aiil .l.ik.-'iaalle to Cllhicag-, \irthui
The wisdom of the Frenclh peasant ,lire
consists in keeping dow0n his expendi- Oinly stops at following A. V. & \. .ttlio.s: I ra i\forl. 1't;
ture and the size of his family to a Thlrougha coaches I-tween Jak-,oivillein an, Mai.iio
point where the nation us a whole is Noi. 2--lay El-xpes.-Sto|isat all \ \ % \V ,.:t -tatin-.
weakened. As Bacon said. 'lie that "titlons t for all poiaits \\st ai.l .N 'rth.. *t. v.ia Ii t ,i i,,,. II.
a. ai 'at llll ,l .-t II ins a ;lt .IHak tlivill,. \\ ith hl ll InlI llh *,h llll l Itl.a ti.
hath a state to repair may not despise Air lA a inl nd lo-rila East Coast Rvs.
small thingss' and perhaps the decay of i ARNES a Supt. S 1r lEK .
the country is the cause rather thanGen
the eftoct of French economy. Anyway
the two things hang closely together." TT T TTT AT RA T
A Bad Case.
"I see that the bees have to vhsit
3.000.000 blossoms In order to gather a
pound of honey."
"Foollsh bees. One trip to my sweet-
heart's lips would be quite euough."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Not Too LiberaL
Parishioner-The people are com-
plaining that you are too liberal.
I'nnrth.da1rV .at..n.-__(i.h *a.. .
"'iIdoduu a nu lUnIa LIIIIIGU nIIII
andl "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars
The "Cthicuro and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Augau .
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga. Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with Pul"h
finest Obs..rvation and l)rawingrooim nmeeper-. dining carm, etc.. through withsl
(chang,-. T'he fti mmous **Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeier via Atlanta aI
Martin to St. Louis without changee.
For inforniatio n relative to rates. schedule, etc.. or for sleepelr reservations, writs
C. E. HARMAN. G;en. Pas1w Agent. E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. A
Atlanta. (Ga. Jac.ksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITII. Trntfic .Maiager. Nashville. Tenn.
Tri- Weekly Sailings
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. ('.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
lD)in-ct Servi,.ce lktweent
JACKSONVILLE. BO&ToN AND PROVIDILCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
4allu t ling ittharlestoMn Il th Ways.
From Lewis* Wharf. Bo-et
* from foot Catherine street, JacksesviUl
CLYI)E' SI'. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
No. t Between Jacksonville and Sanford
am......... s::30pm STOPP'ING( AT P.AI.ATK k. \ST'l'lt. ST. FRANCIS. BtERESFORD. (D) LA. X
am........ .1:0 m l tt1F 1 .K SI'LI N iS atinl In t.Te,.,liite. l.;ati.lings on aST. .1)lINS RIVER.
ll......... 11:25 atmn
"...7:a..a..:' A I City of Jacksonville,
.11t1 .........3l:05) tlii i lh
am ........ .*::30 |pm "1T. \ W .A. S.I \'W .
n... .. :47 pn ips >Kot i ml>l s n. iio.ia .ows:
ltm. .... ::t .,E Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p m..Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas
lilt Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m. Monday. Wednesday and Fridays
aa2, 2;l pn, ,N~outhbounid. slll:lL .L-: N,,rthbo
p ,ll 11... .. It a 1 %%l 1 1r iil It h
S..... ................i ........ ....................JA K .S I )N % I I. I.E............ ..... \. rrive 2:00 4 1
"- M~43 pIt ....... .................... I'A LATKA ............................ I. e 8 0
t'It Sl hee >il f CarIs,. :: I '1 ...... ......... ..................i. T ............................... 2:30
t ilihan e. making 4:3 I ............................ST. FR I NCIS ... .. ........ ....... 1:00
HlI and l ( iciiin;ati. .................. IltERESIFO (l) :lANI ... .... ...... 12-00
a\t,.r .ntiil Far.a :4 i....... ............... BL E Sl' IN i ................... .. 1:0
Arrive :: till.................... .................SAN ................. .. 9:
L~&.dLL 14 WL i %. W & 11 a ANA a %d W
To St. Louis and Chicago
General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
V.C. IIA I.K TI F .M.-Rt' I, l ... \u. t. n .O I 1 N.1 I)N(FI; ; .! :: -* V'. A.,
9 Slta t, S ..-. N,. ',,rk. 20 1 \ .st laytiv St.. .*t',.-, ill,
lllt S. IIA.\l .EY. L ,.tal Frt. t. .. 1O)V% I.I.-.A .s t., I N, pt..
F., t II igal St .I.-k.1. 0i!,.. FI ,,t i lh ,:;il St... ui.- ,, lle.
.1 IN \\1 lMU ). S ..ritn,- ,ln rt.
,,t l S tt... -lacksot vi lle.
THEO. G. EAGER, W1. P. CLYD)E & CO..
G enerail Mal; :a .er -.,rl \..ntr.
('he. llr.i lgh lui-ling. 1I State t. t.,. (p>.'.itt > Iatt,.ry 'a k. N.w YorkL
Pullman 'alace Sleeping Cars from Jt ak-"in\il.e it, St. l.iits :tnd to (LbitangC .
leaving .lacksionville daily at N p. it., ia thic fIami
Dixie Flyer Route
A) Wl-fTR'S CRE~
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OIICIklC'C!O AILAC'nirA&I Arr
tliltlk .1 vrviicti iwasant or a (wrinan :, .
( I.-' g ives 1--e1.-
k u, vpv,% A*mvw ms