Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00438
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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
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: May 31, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00438
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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We interand to remain in buminesm, and will guarantee you bargains at all
times in our lines:

Crockery, Hardware and Paints.

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W. H. EDMONDSON. Manager.
119 North Beach Street, *Plhoni.
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The political campaign is now on; the The graduation exercises of the Day-
primary will be held July 15th. and the tona High Sh.1ool were held at the oiwrn
general election in November. The lihoue Thurslay evening. The stage was
Gasette-News will be wide-awake during beautifully <|4.orated in green and white.
thiecampaign year and every family in thec lass -olor-s. Five young hdliad and
the county-and all other who are in- one young gentleman made up the chis|
terweted in VolMsia county--abould read of graduate; they were as follows:
the Gawette-News. William F. Ronal. the Mis"w Minnie 8.
We are making a liberal campaign Rugpr. Elizalwth Silvernail. 1444S4.
ofer, which in as follows: Hobbs. Fith Rilx and Violet Mhfoy.
To any person who in not already a The orations and es.vs by vth chtl s
subscriber to the Gasette News. we will showed a lively interest in the ocrnsion
send the paper from now until Jan. 1st andti in some caes coniisiderable near for fifty vents., in prepnarnition. They were all deliven,01
Th.u nm nm A b r ..f l h in nltvanv -* l well. l Te *lti4,h .,P ilkt... ......._. Ihr i

ru .s. -ms are or .. ...... Il atirtts."e. ..eDr ll,0-., 1,,>4W e .tl.er. .'"...l I ,e il tl. |o.kics. irn i' "10,-. i
and any order for thl paper without tihe with songs ly Mrs C'. Atwood. Mis. T ltr alkneo .. hne. whi. h l .I .; W\llims lr other to lr Wil-
neceary cash will be iostage and time Ioberts.,and Me.ssrs Stewart a.l %ioxhy ,- inltfied off last Saturday evenllia Istn n .I h it.ston lw*|,,,, ,,rIm .,)ly Iv Daytonat as found
wasted. Thile Iltowino was% the pltrogram of ti ll iri & tley. was %%( o i\ l i e s at ti lt- o idlingg Itakery to-fa". i a T da m irdeing
Now is your opportunity toget a g onl evening .Itlles Simnds Mr. and Mrs. I. I1. Wall departed Wedl l ark Ilartleson. .
newspaper for six month for only tifty tnItgyht4h. ,hnesdav for ;it visit to friends at lChicago, i Mar Ir 1st lsgndo
cents. If you have a friend-in or out of MusI,.. .... .r oyne house lot y .. Fitil.owa; and Fon du .a,. Wis. Miss Flizalweth Silvernail gave a lawn
the county, who is npt taking the In..al o ly Itreet," ". inslais for "lelt,,,",,. ', loa accompanied th.m. lun" f ., '* .,,,,,,uatingl ,,,in,,t *, ending October 2nd g
Gaette- Newn, and would like to keep Mu 2. : or for rent at $1l i.,r month.l and Prof. ic'hars and Miss irown hast
n, .ir, ,nt I^Su meii1iYtnlr dr,.1 tdis at Mooe: : .tr hy t. n ,,,,,,, n r i u *lf
posted on political and other matters in s.an.uel Jhn,|, Ehat., .sil er.itl l'. d [ 0 t 1 studa afternoon CUSIVC OUr StOr Wi
Volasia county, just call their attention Historyf Dayt..o ,l-ssie H.lldtis Mrs. .1. If. Fromlevrger and tw \I Weldnesda.y evening burglars broke "
to the above offer. Or. if you would like ist, .rya.o..r ... it cihilren.of Firt iauerdale. arrived ieorge II Foote and family lef yester- i,, inu r b.,,len,,s at Holly Hill. Tle ClOSe e ry Thursday at
to please him, and do him good. Bend us 'h Hist,,ry allr,,h.,-v... Vi.et .M .v'I'uhday al an visiting with her lday for fleveland. %Ohio. After a brief tI ..s-nt, erte were those of W\m. Wetll-
his name and postofficeaddres, together cheerfuln,..-. Fa,.i. Life'.-.su.. mother. Mrs. r -olrge Willialms. sojourn tlher they expet to send the ,e1. ,,,n, Wt.l,..l Tala ,ayns and, 12:00 noon.
with the n(ctsary fifty cents, and we ws.. .... .. \ lh;n l nIt,. I .., t t'f rn ., w*s wn'1 i ll h III<,- n taiins *(f the -North- .l..,hnson.
will do tIe t T ihe musical numlnle.rs will t.: IIi A. W ,tret-t. of (ltmond. Wu s tM j
l o rest.The Nitt.tingale u>n< tSe 1:.^. ll shaking ha11 d4s wit 1 Is lls a.tona friends N\ -etier Conrad. of thr M plants
Renmeuiher that the (Gazette-News not Mr-- l < At%,..l Mo,, Mah hn. Strht was at one tim; fu'ibahah andi rv. lcrt at the Ian- a d. if N York, where;its
only chronicle all the local new,, but AI..h..re.l u II I Mtr.wart assm, bl,,yan,> from this d|itr't. i.ratlnilg Itaker hi .ill s-.end t, ,wo-w.,,ont,.s va ation.
published the happenings of the neigh- The King ,f Il- e MMyS ph erli t <,,n,.,l 1r. It,,.ahl and M's. Ii4. Williarni l) nin hisab.s, e '..I. Nir will I%- iin
boring towns. and the proceedings of the .MVs. M E. It..Irt-S It,,v. lhrallam *'. )over froi DeLand [it.ad
county commissioner", countyy s hotilS elig- Madel|itir i, %,,%10 4* tisi k am d will r maini Daytom n wa 1 l*va -e li t aurtY to few "rvio -s last r e.*1 ith# lank
board and board of bicycle sidepath Tri I-Mem,.,rv l1..,.r th"ro lihout the slilllner, attending tip Saltlldl. '''ll1ilg T*.Thy wV t as f r:" ilh l.vto, a Wii.l louii,.rs w'nl to
"ommiasioner-. l ',..rt..1r .r A ,.a.l. Mr l,,\hv h'- lutie, paslotst of the llaptist llrt O ranlu,. anl ,n thI- tirn trip t a D l, anl Thlursdla.v and weire lone up ly iC
At the ol ofi the exenl- ie ,s S pi|.erin ('hur,'h. 'de.liious llln1 .h 4h wa%.is served.. th- mliLa lites to thie tui ,f _i t) (,1
SO*ste Co i Works off the Cd l tendent Fish addn.ssed the class in a. tn. has the ontat or iTv to do t..r n th.
Laxative Bromo Quinimme Tablets curie a very appropriate words, after whiIh- Mr. al.l Mrs. (oz A Pat.rtti. o kI. I.l,.. ll a h,, .olt,.t Io Th ,\l-,.s, oIe er herhi.thD'
cold in one day. No tCure. No Pay. 2.'. Prof. 1 ichards I nt.d el gradual n- |ark, took the train from, a- -k iMdallsboulevard.(l th lllites.ille \e'her.
with it deiilottia d hinlilv tied wlith tr.e. I tima Li.st Sauray fr ih...lo r.ix""^ 1rW- fiapdye[t-, ,,, AIh'lllo.li.k *ellgo Plol*- .- ^ Ti
,G,,, COMPlIMETED. "", ,..; ., ,,,,,,+..,,,,,,,.,.,. ,,,, .+, .,,,.,,., .,,,.,'^,+,,,,+;,,,,. 'i, ,,,.,,+. ,,,,';, ,, "''""":]State D mental Society
NIGNLY COINPU ENUO. ribbon. Tieflt- ,,'al ,,ff,,rings \,.',I4-nr Pavet Ii hats a, git'"lisition na ratihroad t 'twO rk';1n141whe'n'''ipheted it \will Ili- Ratlh, Moo_ arrivo'd Wedn~esdahy. ,1,, ark., tat
-- tiful. ati,., in that .ityv. t t in ,-.t boluevard in Florida without theittio-st% ef th,.ir laughterr. Mri. T.
+'""'"- ","+',-,-"l"'"'< L,""+" in A annual Sessioi
Adjutant-GeneralJ.Clifford Foster in- After ieaig t ihl iall the. g'dat,. ll,' k at th,.; Il lrl.,t at 1,. I r ..J.nt r'rk isit, brother, n Aniu fS
epirted Company K., Second Regiment. Proof., iicltards. Sulp rintendent Fish aw ill ,r,. l i',; th,, K a lt ,! !t.' It and Mrs. F. .1. L+ngolon (aln
Florida Stiate Troops last Saturday Miss Isrown assemlled at the old bank ,oer 'rom lel.al Wednesday and will Mrs. Isal,,ll,. Sto, -hlosd h,.r tittae i The nineteenth annual meIting of the me.,l-! ,.. : ot W ern a'tv preseT
evening. The company presented a very building wherethe juniors tended thinl I \V W. Au.stin rii,,-s a titie le mtor- remain overr Sunday. ev. oiingdlon4 ,,n. S-coid avrine and left for lllinoismon the Florida State Dental Society was I .lidert :t .-port a. i.initte
goodappearance, and were complimented a.banquet. The Te tatlle %%i asleautifull\'he. \\%clh lie reived the first of thle wil preach at thle Christian fhurrh to,- WVein ....l. where she will spend the called to order >y Dr. '. I'. Frink pat !):hw;o: ,1 ur: e. Dr. ic
by Umeral Fooster. decorated as \%as tlte hall. and tcoverved week. This is the first wheel o the kind o''ro4w at 11 o'clock; chihrn's exer- sunnr. She w:is Moipanied I'y Mrs. Fernandina. the preidt, at 1 i mbr of
A large number of visitor were pres- with deliciousdelitc'ies Th, first toast t, o n.1111 to Daytonti. uand it attracts 'i.s at 10:4... j llen who \\ill 'l.nIl the uniinr in olock Wednesday in the \Viltnan.- ;,in:'c. : .1 ; ,ry inter
etat the inspectihm. The company is wa given by Miss Brown n and rsposd4ed oisiderable attention i|'Theiln\ orial serves at ti e First Mh. i Ilinois. Opera House at Sarz. After -t r b Dr. H
now in very good shape, seven new to by Prof. BIichards; Miss Silvernail, i. i t C last Sunda. conducted Te Fr l I nio \erica r n impressive prayer by Rev. iJ. I .. rl. entitled
members having been added during the her gra-eful, way then gave a ttoal.t l',lt ar lt V ':lhltoh ,akotlot evl 1t 'I. h Hlawk. was v. w ll attlll.tetli1 making ,.arra.rmets l.r a Forth r- f | aak f aesIna. avery cordial and o-" .. .l, .
past two weekly. It ha been almost after which Mis McCoy gave one whit'hli ,ur \ mik letelt inrnik e.l and .I" ."n hw was jut "'t ull incldil. nl |,ih ratios A l.;irt.me will be otrth entertaining addrs o welcm was tri ,, ,, .. ,,.-. proit
totally disorganised for the past year, was res pondedi to Iy Superintendent j w.le.l ., tn, .tlyt r, 1|i.h alrd I .- T,- hli.- h\% l 1 room. The subj t iof, ,o ti lelrati%-. tlebraim'A. on \ i ll b e delivered by < dul. C. l. uont a a s .r .l e'o .a.i i..l:.-., .< a: oy d
betienow making rapid improvement Fish. At thle clos thle company arose. -.,,ho,' I\ .I tt I tIe discourse was **To tle FIiknown 1'l in tlie Wiler hrove oppot\ite tlIe of eabreede. 'T'his i as r ysponrd .. hers. s o,:itr.d ailju
ia drill. General Foster promised new st nod in groups and s i U several ongi- ah.ti e% !.. Th, >'. 4e-. The sermon was out of th A.,rinor, F 'ull particulars ne, .x t week. to on behalf of thc society by Dr. J. c t ;tl t : :,. .
unilorme and other equipment and there closing with **llm. S,\\ee.s t lhomi "" lInly the iest at tlie liraolinti iiteI n lineH of unorial .ermonn and ". Chase of Ocala. "The doctor's ad- ... ,:E; h i,.. 1 N.
in no reason why thin company should Biakery. striu.k a responsivechord illn manyv hearts. James .A. Flo,. the Id ier has thle dress was impressive and interesting. .ieetin s called to ord
mot make as good a showing as any in The hmclosing exenr-is-s of the different Paull ..lst tie eniel assistagviel assistant to icl,.,t,.'framing and. mat cutting "true t f puntpl ngt inntei t iasi l e bers cal. the ,n resident Fi. T report ofthrRl
theState. Youngmen are needed to rooms of the pulivc 'it.-olwe held on ilh .lgelnt.ieaat the railld static tre- te l. Harris 'loto stdi sstet o plumb in tl j(oi f m bers answered to their illth: ommit, .... ,, :.e <',air
eompleteethecompany'sroster. the grounds Thnursdlay morning. The tu'n,.ied TuI. I ly fr t t\, w. wk's hot Iidgewool home i .e lirg F,, oote. Dr. S. W. Allen. Tampa: Dr. D. Ip .ollins. w.. r,.. .:,, rDceiS%.
The citisena s of Daytona should in citizens showed their interest le y turning l a.ttiT. \ei h \[,i, l h,.11 .. gue eadingr ,,, urie Tlhe 1,p\\,tlhil li4 iaste lIadin lir Mriliilieckman. Daytona: Dr. Eiith atl, .,,,a-l h lui ekai n |atn ,r rt .
er-y wayecourge the company and out itn gonly nun'lhrs. The perform- ,r ,,nIl1 the St. .1lohns Iter. ,enioy-l two very etertainin" chapterM iin a n,\ ho,,, to I Ibuilt for .1. (;. Brush, Daytona: Dlr .Jas. ( hace. ,1illc,. ,.r.t ;l. r. Chti-ian
do whatever they can to better its wel- ancet, consisting of dialogues. relcita- from ti ll.the o.oliff n Weslehy Molnda Irown. .Jacksonville: Dr. .. E. ('hace. tcala: ,*ittc .,.strv a.l th
tae. Many towns are anxious to tions. clas ex exenis. songs. etc. we ,Kostre I st & ere a company. but the number is well rellndeoe d Il.v the chih.irn and rI.- paper hlant'e'rs, airV artists in their line. v IN-op s the dealt wit t Fyt .l s thyd itt ith the r- 1 ilt la. Atuna t i i ir
an til%%ll m ke iti iko Iico-. II liver-Sity .w h hel-Vlit radualiteld f.14,11 til-E stc al tk :
limited. Among the new improvements fietedtel credit in the teachers., and yon11 m1k,'e no 11.lak' in ,o nu |nti","P afflirs of th, greatt man. IA iriy l'legr11,01. AWeb .; the atkt.a: lDr.'C. HI.ru 'erna.lina: .'tc.*'t- te n
recently added to the armory is a gymni- slhilg h.. ".- i,- isal ll i'.. a ,ilo priatel.y -- 4, nf I,,.i -,,, t. .Mi V,.ib. the )r. F. 1 Hannah irmatila: Dr. r ,Cl,,t, .. :;,itr a p
nadium apparatus. Tlhe roster tof ti hion cloti made An dditon and a new roof in l t h red All enjoyed the n Mr. ther gr .inate. Hannah, .Ir.. .Jack.onvlle; I Dr. .. |a T* a
mp my s folIw : pl.di~l, l (.hin lthilig mati. A ni adidititonlit(]it it-%- o.w tr e twU ling \h,-.,.l th0. r,. anot.eII rnj,,y,.,i
companyy inas. follows: k uheiner S.n & .S. added to the t;ar.tte-News buihlin sin th ne over h S idt. rernin g. litaynes, Starke: r A. E,:i. wit a. **as rea
.J. B Parkinon, Captain l* Ine s l.,,...s in l l,,th the ite tte- .\A,,,,, consihralh.le amount of hiava frr m n nrihy. elturne: Dr. (, il. Mord n. D"a A r ... .f ; \ i,.u' Fred Caldwell, First Lieutenant Nws W. F. Jibb, Second Lieutenant The Misses Mal.tette. of Holly Hill. Shop n makes this change eq,,vssar. I..Z. I ytona l .ach during the last week. hn s. -doth ,. h, s ,lthe 1. 1. Mas. Santord: Dr..s. I- i ;t l.,,: ... ,, 1, iiae
O. W.Stevens, Quartermastr ergt. \vere th- guts of Mrs. .1 M .n"Is Iturdik has charges of the o .nl th'tistruction It aill r. alh,.arance olft oal'f l ashes and SMU" rcO'. Smith. St. Auutin: Dr.. b,.',,lt of
Private: A. Achstetter, H. B. Austit, Thurstlay eight. of the improvements, is .r. oilv when stirt picked lIp. It is T"rh -.* rinniY is In rathlir l.d co.ndi ion. ,hine. Tallahassec: Dr. M. 1.Sain- i'l ,.t st.l b
Fred Bratt, A. G. Bennett, F. B. entley. .. Nrl that this sworia sloil l h o i n ding ic airs. ..tc. i- ,l derson. Jacksonvile: Dr. .. D. 1.. ,,,et ., ,, i .ever;
N. H. Clark, J. R. Cole, J. D. Cantic.hael. it.% vtiur next ,,t,.k tiv from Smith g lTl"' stalhnl, dr*s tllllak- *, a- h up h'.Vre as it nodontfollowed the! ster infornod Captin I'arkin tiha Tench. ainesville: Dr. aylor. .
L.J.Cowan, WC M. Cameron. W,. E. : *m & at Moore ilf .tr,,am until off the Florida oa-4.t,h. ker-\,r, also ,l,.,dl. \ l.tition is Del.and: Dr. T. J. Welch. Il\,-.aul,:"
French, t'. E. tardiner, Johu Hoblm. -T1he othicer.of th,' line'ood e,.lhery and th', .revailing Iast winds drov,.it hi, ,.irculat,.d r,,,l| tinsi the ,ounty ly r. Alton K. W hitman. >ri.i i,: Dr. : .. '.l *i lo Brt tin
Rollie John nm. E. A. Lindberg. Gus Miss Elizal.th Silvernail le4t 3,sterday .sso ,iati a1 ,,cill.,'tin, thi te t,,o k. and ashor. ,,,Inni-.iom,..s to (lfRopriat, a s1 o l chard D1). W\'hitsid.. ltlatk.t: It t I i ; r 'iL.ttra v e
IAU ndberg. A. B. Manatfield,. Fred Middle- ifterloon fel tor inilgtsn. Ky.. \\ where she %\ill s ,,,,rt.i. .1h ,lt.,.. r ,.,.| : s,, -ant. ,,,.. lo .k. tt. .,-s rYar Le- I.. f. lkin-.. St. Augusti .. *, a ir i
\ \ i l l s h^r l h l \ < < I ,,; ,t I t l ; l I ,'lt s I,l l t ^; ;'l: ,"i;, .;t;li n e' 'h, n h n ** *, *l,".--t h l o ... .. :, *, ;,t i;, i : t ,,| t + i l : ;\ s ;; ; .'
ton, J. M. Osborn. Hert Pellett. .I.W. will visit w" ith friends for a rourple, of .Vha, hl tr, .s an, f lt' e i,,',' *t,'r i. Inestfli t..nt- Th following, vi..iting dtntiktw..rtli
Penney, X. Rush, J. I- Rush, A. E. months. ishoped that all n.reted will respond t rn,)lin -l..ak,,n .lv. or s.r anl als present a resonin tt.
Shankas. R. Small Kim l, R. L. Sm ith, r. i ,,,n ,ll w h.n appro .1,,, ,, i,, te Trh Volu'ih county tax ltloo k-. \\ h hi, 1. h rr u% ir, r tv S.n A sfel 1111.1 SOi honary m mrt: D.. tt. *: R1'.4. :t ,-
Sweeney, A. H. hiniidt, O. Wehner. RStraw lhats SMIrUo A S.. ^ ,,triptioi t are >lwc'-models of neatness. will te "dean tlnt &n1\l ldn: Dr. S ,tio, ,;l-d to orc
'l' l' -I r tha is -- --I f plai -r1a11 in-,Itei this ye'-ar thl]n ever W \ Foster. d can 11tl departnn t t < pre ile Ir. "tihard )u
S........ g ~e^ -*teft m******** *a-r t'ht es iliit il\.- 1.101-au> lk c,-ssor W ilson is lihitili r hll- Atlanta <'.,ii ,. ,. i' ii\ a:s tti \\ ,: 'c -' \ ;- ;ii iilt'l tfllp

a f.--Malster Muotis Siewart NtIer t**Ii. t.\ i t**c. ti his issa.lline tlie th- t 0i /S te S. S. ,. W. tv on
W Strongly M maintain that Prices do ta,,d sixt,-.n of hi ltil, f,. icl a o0, -,,li -4l01..,,.-,arel.at olon... th. ino,.. A v .... ;. 1 o
h al\\in lparty T% l, w: ,, la t \',mk. -h, ri iial,.o1.\ tott ,iven toi the ta ,', vthe t ,r .i t I l .:lt., M atuta 1- ill a.
th:Iw it e power of a StoIre as fill.n o ,1, .1. .an.1o.o "i have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec. urin! I o; At lt. ," l
-i-+ rpr v e w 11avd.1niia p 1.;.lint h1liio in, ul,,in, d li.h.o s f tohS at,, t .,oiiprtolleai dl.. ,ik of oralin my house for agreat many T hc t .x I orqldt ,,1 '.' -*K- u., .. ,. i v'r nat-Faill
much a Qualty Ifyou sut yo r i,,. Alarge-ibirhl li.-iak.,.with dthI.-.|lt--tC!ir,',li!. ,',I,,t --l.l.anld .'.\years. It is the best medicine in
\much as Qua H youshutyour :. heV;r:I prc:,: w,, lln:* ::,< as...an ^ .dnri -^ -^ \:^ ".""-...** *^tli*
YOU the world for coughs ind colds.", ,, "-.t:.,:,,. l', ',.".. ,-, -
-1,\ aill s ., l.-li it- 1-h lifi
cutliaryt indh's fi l'0W ,it i, lf\ ildI0 'Wih u \ t nmi ht h it" I *erii l 'tire, J. .C. W illiams, Attica, N. Y. tloC 0Ui ti ,: '..t., '
etes to Quhna* th you an buy goods :ilth. 1 1oolig i'ksr.o tatli t IV ,.

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All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kinds.
T i:eoa: zik..r ... Ad 9

for any Price-But not HERE a

Wed sooner have the reputation of
- cd gag you just a little more, for we

desIe your continued patronage and
Pwould-not hazard your good will by re-
Sthe d of our merchandise.
Yu i,.ll alwawrT find our prices the lowest Ilkssible.

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Sheriff Turner was in Daytona Tues-1 Go around the world in 0 minute to-


John Fudger. o DeLand was in the
city Wednesday.
A force of men are at work remodeling
the M. E. church, south.


IrWhite dock pants at J. A. Hen-
George VandeVord was down to Port
Orange the trit of the week.

"Little dropM of printer's ink
Scattered here and there
Will tell the public how to buy,
When to buy, and where."

lk)n't forgPt to go) around the world.
L. H. White is visiting with friends at
1M.New stok of twbelts at J. A.
J. L. Odum has had a drain hlaid from
him Beach street property into the river.
I .The place to buy straw hats i at
J. A. Hendricks'. lie has the latest
Wesley Herrick left Tuesday for a
couple of week's visit to the Charleston
Frank Itentley ihas gone to Chicago,
wwre he lihas a position in his mbrotlier's
electrical works.
.Ilamnes Stanton. of the enterprising
OIrniond gnroery tirmn of lount & Stan-
ton. was in Daytona Monday.
OlWIf yotn want youtir painting and
paptlr lizilingli done ii a woirkmani-like
manner consult Kost & ( Gwinner.
al"FoISt AI.E:-A eo101l llanlin lloran..
'all at 'ttalire south of itiverview. Sea-
l'eeze. Ml.S. Annie FE. G ll;; Neville CIlark nid Harry Thompson
wen, over ti Winter Park this week iat-
tending thle omnenel.ent exercises. at
Rollins C'Olleh..

The next meeting of the State Horti- W. H. MeFarlane. of Titusville, waa in
cultural Soiety wil be held at Miami. Daytona a few days this week.
C. M. Ladd has been quite ill for almost i Balbriggan underwear.
two weeks but iw much improved now. SMITH & SON.

There will not Le any services except
Sunday schtool at Kingston church next
L. B. Knox, of Bulow. cnme down
Thursday after his son who has ltwen at-
tending school here.
Mrs. E. C. Jacolm and daughter, Mis
Mac Jacobs. left Wednesday afternoon
for their home at Cincinnati.
Superintendent Bert Fish was over
front DvLand attending the graduation
exercise of the Daytona High S&hool.
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. (;. Burgoyne
start this afternoon for New York.
where thep exl'-t to slInd the summer.
Prof. Richards desires us to express his
thanks to those who assisted in making
the graduation exerrirw such a miucetws.

Mr. and Mmr. J. G. Brown left Tuewta.y
for their northern homteat Marelialltown,
Mrs. Adam Schantz, Wm. Schantz and
the Mistwe Schant z left Tuesday after-
noon for Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. andti Mrs. C. E. Starr started Tues-
day for New York. The go from Jaok-
sonville by the Clyde Line.
W. H. Edmondson ha re-modeled hisi
home on Ridgewood, greatly improving
the alppranlCe of his property.
I, "**on hand" to-night to we John
Tlhlonpam go around the world in SO
minutes. Tickets 2. and 3.5 cents.
t'Contractor Gove is making tunome inm-
gprovenentn on his pretni es by remodel-
ing and enlarging some out buildings.

Mr. and Mrm. W. F. Gille.Jr.. and Mrs.
Crenshaw attended the commencement
exeritwnm of Stetson I university the first of
the week.

Are you going to New York? The
editor lines a couple of steamship tickets
for sale at low prices that make it anu ob-
jyet to enqluire.

T. J. McMurray andl family left Ties The beautiful stage furnishing used in
dlay fiior their home in M irion. lOhio. thl-opern ho -se at (wl. o0nieinwciit
wIlen. after a montli t00 to sp ind the 1 e\t'u'ri. .. re '1111 Ilii hliI M. ahey aI s




,"llSunin r hats" i lo m d ill uoyp at m ,da.; t,.r ill- .\ .'ore 'l Vlll .ill \\a; ,
Moore lt ros,, it',ii|ilorhthes \hn. thio al l0 -...
S1. l's. tile am11,e "i'iglht ill a p'ihe to
A .. meeting "... *;1..... "i. t,,e r th. t,..',' Com pany was 4 li.-l at th.- r-..sil,.n,'e *t i, w .all.d ,.it. i,,,t ,l.h ,.,.iu thi.i
E. N. W al'roni Tuesday. t iarn ,,..a 'g eq -tofa blk.t t i ii h. h l ,. as
n.portsfroan o' ttese,., tre..sue e 'tc... xtinguilin l f(r tie ,,tilt igin.. ,irrid.
ani tile tran s.,ittin p of o lh,.i I ,i-n ss. .Th, H e alls,, ( 1the ',,,i r,. ,ilt,. a ly,
the following tti.e-s for th. u'I"U ,,.,,.hel and about thirty dollars worth
yea r w ere elec ted: P vr, ,id nt- \ V illia m 4 t.(n hid and d a it thir ba .tysd ,i ll w o er l.
.WiC'king; v t-ie-i tte'ldenit. 1 W \I all. 0 othigand palr. bag -
treaisurer, Wm. Atwood sp v -tar.E 1. N.
Waldron. 1. tThompson1 ad C. %IM F ,lrur ttz;A -r.I':-NF.ws::-t-\ w *.t rn-
llinghani. Jr. were endorsed a- t- htial niir says that Mr. S-hant will. if tile

%X Ih l : *l I I !iv .il t,- : 4):1 ll t(A .
al,.. ,
anli ,itt-t ->f\t>r.: !l ii:irr niattt t' f
routine ,)w rk 1 ,! k it' 'i'i-I t, r,.
.Dr. l t k::ak! i' i ,i 1 t.1 of t f e 6, rn-
ti-t. ,of la %tona. etxtvi-nitid an irni -
tatio,:] t U t.n- iiting U 'C!ti--, an. l
tinir frivril, to ac oi'O pana l tit fi *'
a ricr etxcu--ir~o satl il;t\ .

"'i' > to'.llo ir : ;'] t~i'iotl.ly rt'-
t,* ,, i;> '". inl ID r. D (;.
;;.r ,.". .. i :" : r I 1. M acy,
T r I.n..; \ ,. lartow; Dr.
.i. <;. l'ur,1. I.l.. ,l f:t D r. C L .
N. .,e*. "l;in:;..: r. w. e. Head,
Mali-," !:-. Ji-. \V. -'Snson, Kis-

w\'I .S l>\a y .!.TIKSn-Re N, nt1 ,,1 )1 *. 5;'i .-r. W est Palm
Th! m tn., a. t der B, e l .clh: DN u'.,1: i. oiliims. Atlanta,
The meetin, wna> ca lld to oprer bY kts nv a.
...~~ ~~~~ ,, a Dr. 1-'. 1.L P.',,U K.It,'ksonville.
\i e- ridut "T-h at 2- 'r .;i t; rcad by Dr. A. E.
tThe report r4 the exc,:utit.h c on ', t i
S. A t thLv lan. ,,: 6,.1 iourne. entitled A
itte a r t. .\t t. le Method ,: ..t~ii, lintrcsbioUS of




. VoL. 1. No..51.

Dartona. F lorida, Ma. 3. 1902

It Will Do No

Good to Tell

That summer is here. But it W&

yOU good to know that we have x
line of summer dress and shirt wait

goods, Oxford ties and slippers fO diM
summer suits and straw hats for me

and boys.

4 4 is

ts 4- 41

Our Sample Lines Made-to-.-

Measure Suits are Fine

This Season.

Ask to see samples of the CRAWFORD


Published Every Saturday.


Sabscriptiop $1.50 per Year in Advance.
Beadiq Notices lO per Line Each Time.
Entered at the Postoftlce at Daytona.
Florida. as second Class Matter.

Saturday. May 31. 1902.

The De SotoCounty News comes to our
table this week in a greatly improved
condition, with Walter Graham at the

Miws E. Nellie Betk. one of the most
popular editors in the State. has severed
bhi connection with the Itartow Courier-

W. H. McBride. of Seville, announces
his candidacy for re-election as county
commissioner for the third district, in
another column. Mr. McBride is a
clever and conwervative man and will
look after the welfare of the tax-payers
if re-let-ted.

Samuel It. Wilson has an annount -
ment in another column as candidate for
e-election as county tax assessor. SaKni
is one of the most obliging fellows in the
county and ihas. ever sine' lie has been
int office, dischargid his duties in a most
satisfactory mannerr.

The Omnihlust'lai n. Bill, containing a
provision for the payment of tile Florida
Indian WarClainims passed Congres, hotI>i
houses and be.n signed Iy the President-
This claim lis bei l pending since 1 45
aid was originally f 'or thile nodestst suni
dotm61.934. lbut having Iht.-n drawing
ilterwt at 7 per ient it aiitiounts to
$1,074.HO2.t4s. but agaiint this it $132,-
000 of Florida's bonds. of 1873. which
with atv'aed interest wiw amouinnts to
$306.110. wi,'i-h lea,. a i 't 10.tbl'aince of
$678,692.08 which Florida will ra.i\'e.
This money is for cai.hli paid out hIb, the
State of Florida to sullppress the Indian

J. P. Turner went to DeLand Monday
to attend a meeting of the Bicycle Side-
path Commission.
R. J. McCarthy and family and a party
of friends went up to Daytona Wednes-
day on a launch and spent the day.
Dick Ray anime down from Daytona
Saturday night and spent Sunday in
town. He says they are well pleased
with their new home. He hasaposition
in Morrison's grocery.
One thing that speaks well for the
prosperity of New Smyrna is that there
is not an idle man in town. Everybody
is busy. and some days many more men
could find employment if they were here.
Invitations have been sent out an-
nouncing the marriage of Miss Amelia
Tillie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Moeller. to Mr. Henry Lawrence Lowd,
Wednesday evening. June 4th. at S:30
o'clhck. at the Congregational Church.
Fred Notrdman. one of our most prac-
tical u|p-to-date farmers, says that his
crop is looking tine, and if the rain comines
this week lie will have a better crop than
he has had sincecoining to Florida. Proper
cultivation had a great deal to do in
bringing about this result.
A gtotd joke is wbing told on our
vigilant gameni warden. Charley Kurtz.
The other day he was at Oak Hill in
search of law breakers, when he spied a
lone fisherman out in the river taking in
his net. and lie se'reted himself in the
bushes near the landing and waited for
the transgressor to come ashore. His
surprise' can better e imagined than
described when a ten year old boy stepped
out of the Iowt. Charley thought lihe had
big gaini'. but on close inspe'titon it
proved to lte very sniall.

The Best Prescrlptwe for Malaria
Chill ail l.Fever is a tbotthles of UovE'S
TASTrLK.S.s CHImI. Toan'. It is simply
In t antid Quiuine in a tasteless form.
No Cui'r'. Noi Pay. I'rit .'Oenits.


The "IAeo" made a trip to the inlet tn
Sunday to bring quite a party.

hostilities n ii,.,. i.il lUlpai in t Mt-i. Merkel and family left last week
the State treasury. it will It .l sube.t fr iHendersmoiville, N. C., hl.Ier they ex-
to legislation aid l aill dtouitlt-le's it- pet to spend the su. mer.
utilieda in ltih pa' ,'.iil of th.- b.nde,'l In-
debtednsf AAitmongst our visitors this week we
ar- phlleasd to numblter Mrs. Jones. Mrs.
Stevens. Mrs. Hlolnios. Mr and the
According to the Lake. Iltilt-r eStar the lMi.-esv Aieli-vrombie..
following essay oni thlie politician was (n I'tit-sday Carl Wetherel gave a
written by a s,.hool-l,y: -.A polit-iian lirthlay party ta a nurnler tof t- juve-
is one of th.s, kintl( If man.n that hlars' l* iills in our Ilteightlh liood; thely seemed
somebody s.a'y ha. tiltl miak0, a uoa tio h;t h ad' a trta d tinime. and e.l
one, and hit. pV.w- ,il1lt st Iraighit to' the taiVltell toih c'oholate and other kind of
editor, and th- edlitor says h,. thinks hl.i. .-ak.s. candy iand elanuts and suli>h
would make a John hlor.. atll thi. time t,,,itl.,,a,, iiiorsel as iar deai t to the
winking at the office. at. 'The politiviaiLili title f,,ols.
goes out and sees a man t liat to\\e. himii
five dollars and hit slalps. him onal thite ba..k o
nd .1 I ,' ; 1 Vou Know What Vou Are Taking
aid says: \ hy get tl'rt -' C onftouid it
man Ya'I a t tt till. -il.i hvln olt i t take Iirot's lTastelhs.s. hill
keep Vour hat on. sa\. l sok. I 11 e the fo a is plainly
fix that tive in th-. ll. 'The. liihtic Ir'ilted n e\try lottl shliowing that it
u-a ian i ol'. huh aittl all ilnnlittin tast'la'ss.s
sees tlhte star atl !i,,1 anld it looks a '- ilail ira' ln quiniN a in t- l,
|formll. .\, t'lir,.. PIo'ly. ':.c.
big as a -imR'il.i tent. 11t goes hmonir. .
takes out a nimortgag_ on a I gry nmule ---
and cone's back to the tditlir. Ilitn and MDODT DAIMPI ITCMHC

dthe editor talks a while. and' tiht inaext
day the editor rides thl.- mule. When the
election 'omeiis offa ti e g'ts about six
votes. and goes hack to tw 1trk. That's a

\"a'ek beginniiaig .lu e 1. l ti2
HI,.H Tll .

Sunday................ 2:2-7
M onday ...... ...... ..... ....... ::t'
T uesday .. .............. ... .... 2
Wedntewday .... :,2t
T hursda ......... ..... ....... ;.14
F riday ........................... ... 7:o
8aturdA y..... ......... ...... .... .
I.ow Tnlt..

Sunday.............. .... ::;
Monday .............. 1::'5
Tueday.......... l :tl
Wednpuiday. 11 :.-,
Thursday.... ..... .12.l 1
F riday ............... 1 : 2
Saturday ...... .. .. .... 1.'-.

run i UNNAM IhLEM.

I. G iesner has built a itnew fenc' on
the est line of his property.
Mrs. Allen Trowell is visiting her pa-
n-uts. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Case.
Ed Joh iin spent ,Sunday with liis
paivuts. Mr. and Mrs. Wian. Jolinson.
Then- was a very pleasant little card
iarty in Ridgewood lHall Tuesday evean-

4:040 Jas. Va.ss is making extensive reavairs
4. -- and impiloe'i:ents on lhis hous- ontil l)ui-
:,: s I lawton avellnue.
;:4i aG-..ot. Mt-Dtaniel is making repairs on
7:11 his Dunlawton avenue house and an El-
s:22 :- 'wood fence abong the street.

Rev. Mr. Wetherford. of the M. E.
ctiU'h. siouith. ipache, iilmorlling and
evening. Sunday. i.ery" effective saritolnlis.
Milanday MA. lMcCrae. oft the Cudahy
PI'akintg Ct.. \\ i here. Th, traveling
IM-lni ,i, m1ot give Port Oralnge the go by.
Mr. andl Mrs. Taylor M-cDaniel, Mis.s
.I .sie ltupolnt and E. MclDaniel and
tiis thite chilidt rn.turnied from their
trip tho a i the io'ttst
Saturday afternoon the hladis of the
V. 1. A. Literary Soviety and of the So-
cial Club gave a reception to Mrs. C. ii.
Meeker in Ridgewood Hall in hllonor of
her birthday. lDelicate refreeshments
wet- served. then an hour or two waa
la-sIedI illn pleasaalt -Ollerne.
Sattirdiy Mr. iad MrlIrs. M '. Vuillaitne
... 'I.. 1 1-i1| I.



How About

Your Heart
Feel your pulse a few minutes.
Is it regular? Are you short of
breath, after slight exertion
as going up stairs, sweeping,
walking, etc? Do you have
pain in leit breast, side or
between shoulder blades, chok-
ing sensations, fainting or
smothering spells, inability to
lie on left side? If you have
any of these symptoms )ou
certainly have a weak heart,
and should immediately take
Mls, Heart Cure
Mr F. H. Oaks of Jamestwn. N. V,
whose cgmial iU.ae aipaArs auLove, sl%\:
"Eict .ve u,.e tU t.baccoI e~.dOL :y
afeoed my hcrt. I >.ultcd ..evcre

lMovedt by A.i. laris. 'ondal bYy Beekmnan. of Daytona, gave a very
Al.l. Steveins. that stn-et comiinittes li' instructive clinic on cast upper and
instructed to proi-ved to lay train i n lower metal dentures. The doctor
Live iak avenue' carried. had many excellent ideas. and this
Bond of F. T. Peck as tivamsirr with clinical lecture was repeated several
1.. Thompson and E. T. Conrad as suri- times.
tics waits presented. Moveal 1,y Ald. FRIDAY FORENOOKN.
Harris. s.onaled by AId. Matthe'ws. that In the clinic room a clinical lecture
same lt accepltedl: carri,-d. was -ivcn by Dr. Henry Jasz Jaulusz.


Made from Distilled VWaitr.

l- ,i.-t, or'. n.iI-n fri i 7 to 12 S7nit ilays.


Council met in regular session Monday (Continued from first page.)
evening with Pre.. Smith in the chair. legislation was appointed: Drs. Mason
Present: Aldermen Foster. Stevens, Geo. Hannah and Shine.
Smith, Harris, Matthews nnd Atwood. After discussing several matters of
Minutes of previous meeting were read minor importance, the society ad-
and approved. journed to meet at the Breakers at
Petition received from J. L. Odum re- 2:30 for clinics.
qu- ini permission to put in drain for THURSDAY ATTEVNOON.
surfu.ce water from 219 N. Beach to the At 12:30 p. m. the dining hall of the
river. Movel hr Aid. Foster., m.onded Breakers (which had been prepared
by Ald. Harris that manie II allowed on as a clinic hall) was thrown open and
condition that .-trist bi fixed afterwards the most interesting and instructive wou d clnr, brihtr worit
0so that i6 b11111 1r lo carried. this society opened with a clinic
Petition from pnalrlies on RHeach street practical) on the use of Dr. Cren- *O L D UST
to have city sprinkl.- samin and charge -shaw's matrix in putting in gold fill- ft 1il.sue 'ss:r
two-thirds of cost to ahlttian property. ings, by Dr. J. Edward Chace, of IsaMur..
Moved by Ald. Matthl.tv.s. s. onded by (Ocala. The finished operation (last- MN only by THE N. K. FAIRBANKCOMPAfY.
Aid. Stevens. to lay .ane.. oi the tatlle: ing 2 hours) was a beautiful piece of Cwo-. York.Bo StOAP.
carrie.d. work. The patient was detained in OVAFAIRYSO
The following bills >% pre, i.l .-nte.l and the chair for some time after the
order paid: operation was completed, in order NEW VA I Y
J. Bratt & Son. blahksniithing ..... 27.00 that all members and visitors might IHiving purchalisl Mr. Iindlierg's in-
Pelleier & Rix,. hauling sand........ 7.20 inspect the work. tirest in ttle Iiokery business. I have
It. S. Maley, bill to date................. 45.7S While this clinic was in progress a removed to the...
W. E. French, expenses looking table clinic on the demonstration of Harroun Building
......up road inarhinery............ 11.44) the use of Dr. Crenshaw's matrix was in the rear of the Oie'rai Houm. where I
Time mnien on Canel culvert \twork..127.17 given by Dr. H. R. Jewett. This was will continue the manufacture of Brea.d.
1. lumpnihries. moving stablh........ 13.0-. what might be termed a clinical lec- Pies. 'Cakes iid all kindls of Haker's
gios An ordinance tio regulate the w'eept- ture. As a lecturer and instructor Manro w. Kiss et alice of private, ways by th,. 'ity of Doctor Jewett lias no equal. A table also taken for plain tnidfancy ieLl'rean-ii
Daytona was calkld up and n'adl. and it clinic on the use of Dr. Webster's and le'.s. put up in brirk for inif d'esiredl.
was ioved byv Aid. Matthews. seoitndeld crown machine in making anterior Thainking all rny former Ipttrns for
their trndIin the pim-st I hoploto) nierit ai
by Aid. Harris. to pass saiui>e oin mseond gold crown was given by Dr. L. C. ,.ontinuanve i,f the ,une. Call and s.A nIrI.
n-iling; carried. Elkins. of St. Augustine. A table W # So f
Ornlinane ill n'litioin ti lo 14gs wi.s p IN- clinic on anterior gold crowns was | ting*.
tented and real. and' riferrel to orli- also given by Dr. W. G. Mascn, I
nance committee. Tamipa. illustrating and demonstrat-
Moved by Aid. Mattlihws. s,,onded l y ing a very ingenious method of his lDaytona Ice Co.
Aid. Harris. that the deed for Cottage own. Dr. S. Ewing Smith, of St. Au- a
avenue having te.-n rrvivedl. that the gustine gave a table clinic on swaging' M L 'KiNu;. Manager.
ctre.t cmiinitte procestsl to .rain same: metal plates, which proved a very in-
carried. structive demonstration. Dr. D. D.



title li
ititti t

tlie off

tint Lair

a%-til t4
I flai iit:
rc'tet ii

.Moved by Ah4l. C. Snlithi. sa-l..l 1>v ,,f New York City, entitled "'A treat- l!"i
Aid. G. Sinith. that permnit toE. F. Mail.-- lent for Supurative CIleft Palate." i.,-
field tlo dig sailnd tw iinded aial that iti After the reading of the paper, a I. ,
future no sand l-,ipermitted to loe tak.,ni series of interesting models and ap-
froin the river; carri't-l. pliatice were exhibited and explained. l'loi.i IS
Moved by Ahl. Matt litw.. st'-ao4.,ild haI Sever il table clinics. given yestcr-1
AId. Fottr,. that th. i'ouintil sui-rib day afternoon, were repeated for Volusia Avenue and Railroad. T,,-i
for Municiplna J401i-'al; 'arri,.lh tile benitit of some intembers who
M "ved by AIld Harris. -aoal.-i I' I were giving exclusive attention to Vour Tongue
Ald. MatthewIs, that the. l.-rk I.- inl the operation clinic.
structed to gt prices and teri.,s on road Dr. Miller presented the members If it's COated, your stoinach sO"
machiiniery and nrport: arri.- I. with a ..ric,s to useful formulas and Is bad, your liver is out of "
A.djourni., .. V' WII KI\.a t'.. 4 '1 1 1a.vry i.t'rc-,tin, lecture on "Dental e i o .
1.i.risprudritti'c. Dr. c .. Morden order. Ayer's Pills will clean FuI-
!ruadl a vcrv itnterestinl paper on your tOnguC, cure 'vour dys- F,,I

To Cure a Cod in one Day. "Diticultic" of the Young lDcntist. epsia, make your liver right. '
'ake l.a\ativ\e hin tii QUililiiin. Tal'il.ts- FRIDA.\Y AFTEKRNIN. Easy to take, c'.-"' to operate.
All dr'uiggisl.s r dfilni thi. miniY.v if it faiil, AI l tx c iiit)tion of new forms of .;uold 25z. All .'ri' ists.
to >aus. 1. EW ,ria, a ,igiati-r. tan slugger-, designed by Dr. tench of --
| t al :r I- *. 2 i U Iutul
';achli Iox\; 2'.''. ; 4.aint-sville wa exhibited. The brot, .,rr.i e ..t ." r -..., .,
uiodcls for these ,luggers were from BUCKINGHAM'S DYE th r*
copper. The cotumittee on Operative o.. .,. c ... Whisker
D-ontistrvy as called and a special N,,t
NEWS FROM ORMOND. resolution and thanks and apprccia- sl ii.
tion was extended to Dr. \V. E. Dris ,,,,,
ltev. ititl,.r 'went tT 'l':iia ti his \\k. coil for the active interest shown in Titus th
Jtlii d .r ,,f l'.iil. \ t lhi-ca- all the meetings of the society. ;-.11-
rhe folloaiiig nllemwtbers of the ,iiai,
edle.day. hitHoard of iDental Kxaminers were '.it.
Th., \ ,pn.ss ,u,,inesm has -ihag-. hand,l recommended for leappointmeut: POO L t t "t1,:
again. Mr. Hall hating the. new agent. F. HI. ILtlnnah, V ulatilla: T1'. .1. W\Vech. I iSih
Pensacola: 1. MI. Sanderson. T['he & BILLIARD 1'n,'\\
The turtle tgiiig paity di.ld 1,t ge.t tdciety ,teicially endorse the a&,- t n i
any eggs Wedni.sdaiy night, or set, artny pointuient by the governor of Drs. ROO tSt 1
turtles. liht s'llitso n s,. "t sO trth.- 1ason and shine as members of the M VA* iti'ee i
ve board. iI h
Miss Sarah ICor'l. r.etirnd from Stel- A vot- of thanks for courtesie. eI x- i I,
sonl Wednelday. Miss Corlgr. aduateld tenled was giveIn ol. C.l. 'o. -. ,
in shorthalidand aid k-k(g. anl r 'larenuon Inn oud Breaker.: I I
be-n a4offered a pa sitp i lt ion as ste oi g( IapI,i. L e J. 1I. hlawk. 1 .ay-tona: f'harn-ca ; -',i l. li- ..0 VhIII i a
b a firm in iNew YorkCity. F. Hurgmnan. manager ot \Vilmians- t Ihi
iOpera liou.n-e: Southeastern P'assen-
Anettiong tliose. \.1 h .ift far" t h.i nritlh ger A.ssociation: Tinies-t'nion and .I ll
lately a t-: NIrs. Frank Colliy and i iti/.en: IDaytona (;a/.ette-News: F. 0.
mother, lDr. and Mru. M.lAElroy. Mrs. I it,.ter of s. .. White Dental C'o.: First Class WorK
Wilson Miller. Mrs. Amala Watson. Mr. lot il commuiittee oil arrangements: at
and Mrs. ristol.. lr. aid Mrs. NIi-tl.y Mr. Kcit'n-. proprietor of Pavilion:I
and Miss Edith l'oeulk,.. and thic ladieti whI ho kindly dlcor- ra na tea
.ated the hall. Daytona Steamn
NMI delay night to last .',.tk a .party kt T1'he ifl,,twin,' is a li. t of others fi c Cit
utl. in ta eoiirimt ,dia.i cr fii, .ing. st u't. I elected for 1,r p 2-:t: P'resident. J. -D. 4LAUNDRY i ii
t 1t f.r th dhg s t fe rgVfa tinef g liIi' I. T -'ciiih I. l .ainc ville: lI t % ice.pres.,
tl tf tth iI ,Olle lih.I lis Ed ith I Iri-h. Da tona: 2nd vice- Phone a -It,
thle 41.-t' v tq 'tlI.'tle* %.a s 1 dIll l l I .%. N ason Sanaforth: t led ., ihis 1"a
eac rh ( tnI'l t'ie.d t a 4. ,, lieo tl'le lthani hi,- tIt ni. M M I soan. Sanford: t r a.. ,Ili.%
se rctar |. 1). Bk-cktan. ..' .I.
--a ladrg.' -Ili y t ntl'. just g tt ing Scahreeze \\as selected as the next fii, pll .
Iady to lay its es. Trcsf party iI\place of it.,eting. to be held the last ,T,'li
lharlka.d and alilt' tr'iak.s for thl e n -.. .tnIs~d aldl i Ma e i.'r I

f"ala '' "i"ni l a ,itilt .,,,,- t i Cabinet MVaker and
th. iti. W ht e ar lktllai allhitl-itur th ai',,o -a "g ,, Ie
tl'iaid. when tinail. hi. turtle hai. A VIGOROUS KICK. W ood W worker .,ile '
coimpirli.hd ier' task li, party "at lt -a a \V'it
set to work to lit out thl e t ga s. Tlhi i litori a ii'.tt'-N,'ws:- 1 dhir, th roii Ios ; ile W inl\\ S,.. i>. I'i. tiirll tI.,-iI
they diiIa d tnd to t ir.i a;ii7az.mnlit f uind i yl r h liilitin- p to ir.ister a ki,-k aigaiinat 1i ,'lh ilg'- heal,,' t i .r. il kinIls otf 'l il.
they hiad o',ll.cted 171 eg'g s. It i ls 'il- Ila. ;il iin olIf hlIl I- l ily Coui il iln iliighl-4t- FI'irlitii lr' l.- '|pairiIng ah iin Ihl.rt ioitite
ia'ts'ssaru-y ta say a .fw ie ,o|>!, l i\lla i; .t ii h,,- t oi uplilir lt' einjoya.ilin tirtan le ,' s fatir ; tliy o'a -,l. fl' l .1 l-l.ir' .ity ta\ ail I hit k I I ll
ll ll h ,] i ,, hIl,. iIh it '- ki,.k a lI 4e h' iti la.- Iii ii hl 1 .1

aill o Ilaie's ir,,ve do.It fromo liay- par, t.%v ,4 p ,.sed o, Mr. aJi Nl ,Mt I |ti.l l, -,.,, i. ,l lading -t,..t. :l
tuna and 'a, ite.d their iolil hion, i thie iFranl k Mll loN, i. MrN ailN, i Mrs M -,,, M 1, | .. ih, ,, it, l ,,n ,1i llisa,\ iii ,| l-,. ,
southern part of olur village. vT1he same Neal, Mt.sdaiie.s Franc is I t ,, tli,,..,1 The ,,. .r ill 1 ounil alt. a
daly W. .1 I athlart.of theI Armour Pack- Schuthl' a d Mill.r. :nil the i-t May ,It t,.,,le.d to ihe >trI,.t andl tha. It ..t,,'
i tli a o. anid Mr. 6 i'in .es., of the Doty & 'Cari'y. ila llowh ,!lt ldi a llt i Elsit.- Ihlotili .r, -aii-i.. V. ii,,,' |i:t, a i t-,,-
Stoal a w.. 't ill townii looking after boarded' Capt. Vun d l t1 laeat "'N.-ti- i ,... t,.
1,u. hisne :. tuh'ne last w,ck for 4 a p lii, at thlI' I liet. .t ,,-a t i-c s in a deplhortl,, ,,.a- iditi t1i.
\Vedi day. morning lect orn amid Mrs. A almost delightful tii. .'-.-lw- t vinitini Tlhiiik of the iilispre.tie o it awill i,,
C i 11 ke-r and 1i-,s .A. G.eorge started the la,' s ,l ilitel'-st. 'at Iil fig d thhli-r. it 4i.nil ,.tIs ,,4f the I ,i-.i il .\s. ,lil:a int .
for thti.r hai,.ls in ll ahway. N.J. This h sihln-. hunting til lIdii'.--. etc. Mri... i, a ,il-l Th. ilia moi'.v is now n. i h..
a'. t th,.- .'im 0 1d w inte,'r that M isz Geora Hlasty vt r.' kindlY '''h ti.aI th.. .aIIt,'.t lT i'a-- v ;iu ,t if t ,I stie-..t i- ,T," i\,.,|I
hadl -i -it it, ,111 village. W e aUll h t, who isitei d h114r clirila." i m. a,-rnaiu i,t ,..i il; ii |.,, 2
site Imay ,. lit aiiit. int e with Iss wi aa '.-c|ially attra.' ti ., '. Ta there wer t Kla ', T.'x\ Li-
shI -a .i'great lfat.n ite and \we all ll,\. .'v ril lh, had l .l Uever .'s-.ai iona I aT lI
h.er. Mr antd -Mirs... l,,ndinville stalrt,.d tli,'y thal ighit '-'li' wal's ilt l'. hb i'ill' aiii
the .sant, a 1ft.ernoona for their Illintois a.s(ht ne eight te'. Th Iiart.'y btoar.dit e th,. Seaside Inn Livery
olit.I Th' y all initend returning 'tarln-. boat fortheir r le I itu ri ti p ab.outt4 p. i, t
in the fall The' y '. erv the last (of toui ll en t ai th i 1 laiti thiat e ttIna .Ia-
winlter i-itors:;now weardownt... filed ta ''rk. It st.elis that hl-II lail
itr-i la iw. t r .ies we-t.l noliat .sniiits illily .hi air-et. \ ..i ', l .
.....____ After working 'w ith her uitil abto ilitl 1111-

o t, and thinking that to return int l.r
I have. old Cham erl in- olic. Chole that night s ilmpis-ille, the ladi, s N.... I.,-
and Diarrhoea RemI'i t'ol r. e 'hra thought It..-t to return in Capt. Eisi,,n il
would rather le out of'coffeue uad sugar boat. the "Eun>ta F. as far as Iavytoa )llL
th.'all it. I Sll f htlettle. t"f it yes-ter- and take a haik to Oirmoind Th.e

li lIlill

Ordinance to wedulate M~e
rumbisrima of Buildings in
in SMe Citv ofl DatOnab.
it tar~luim-da').l l iv te 4b1eimlai 4 1 .,

shmul ioe Piti lii rtN it ,i) iuaer tiO, i Ima-bit
vtiuf-trisi ta, the ftal]-owjinv ~plita
tiffal 2. R~eacah .treet Oiii, A-i t !#-I i 'iltt--
in niiiiin ieri ulistiiq'rt u1-a,4, f: -V.l.
m-. -tahall ttoe til.ltu- foi lutIie il icttm a
11 i and -4p tiat-rt''a.
Oficiali111a11)a44 the. -tY-ut'1'iell be .ii'1,i-i
e'ibl e ni pt l ii t%%''11% iat'r t -ri-t '. 'i
is4411l to i a -t mm il a I ak e, I
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r ta I b t- ir I 1':.,t-k :t iai.,, high-I-~t
iitlei11eir 'hal, t--'eeieilit I.k t itjhi v;t1e-1t1t-11,11

',t1ail larlie l tjkpie 1TAt fitll..'' i te i'i --
.. ha,ot.er jaett-r witi.ttl- h,tai i t' a- il
Ori '-ina-iaurt-,gial-r aaaiflvi~r t-t the ra-tawa--
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tioni of Administration.
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NO''-ITTICE OF ii I ',-t t I.

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Notik oi Applcation i,,r 1 ax l,..cdJ Ut' r r
'-ttiao1 's Chapter 4%sN. Il. a ,-I t Itr ia
l i a i i,, lh llr. L; i .it ,I .I ) N I
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Ia Ch y.

This day this cause came oa to be
heard pun the report of H. F. Douglass
Master in acery, that the s dPe-
tioner im qualified to take charge of and
man age er owe estate and property
and to become a free dealer
SAndh the Court einge amtised from
such report and the evidence therewith,
submitted, that the sail petitioner i6
capable, and qualified to take charge of
and manage her own estattt and pro-
perty and to ltwO ie ia fre' denil.r in
every v rslyp t: It i t i ,,r.1 y fi rlordeir.,l.
adjudgel and fecrethi thath led tiiinllm.
fleiie 1. p tavel,.l a t eiw ade 1 he tim .he4.reiy
lienpisel, alith ized aild pntt.oer i to
take aha;le of. Illtl;I,4e ;iiIal a.,n' raln. lar-
own 1etalte lan d p rle.t toa oatrl -tl''
alnd be contractedl itlh, -t i. and 1u l
suIlr and to bliiid hl ar-eIf in I all r.elS..I-iS
as fully as ifShe ws it t.ui rri, i. iI a i to
b"e'4 lne a fi-e dIln r I l i ,** r .1-t- I
upon pndl, hiing a ,ilpy ,f t;his alow.tr' .
a al i cetch watek f li fiii u -mII i .i%- # l w k-
in thbe tlaTttel-Newt, ll. it nw-w r ;llli |m lh-
litshe illin V li t'i .iunnt v. "Flo.ridaa.
lhatae this 2li-t1 it y li 1.\lay...l. %!t19 2
4t u in if i iStat i t FIl Ti.. iE;t.
"" lli ,l i ih.lu i ir h I 'i ri |u .

T.'i-l -1,- [t-Ct..4 .


Sanitary Plumbing


Sl--;i;n ;iil, Hot W;..-r iHeating.
1-:. -i Viii-t, rnilish-i. \Work Guaram

P114 j 1.23 pu
S. H. iGo e.-

i ~I ,- r ;'at. I ;II l ,i0' l. oli p iard s
kI lr\\. I. i;)I \

Winston Dis. Co

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S. H. Gove, i
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l{".-i ,i'+n f ;in l ,r i,.' ii,,rthl'i-. t irnerol,
lth l .... i ir i .m1,' l \ ,> :-l i l ;l; il l I IH i
I"',, .* -'. I| f ,, t. ii. Fl,ridll 1

Ocean House, |
I'" \\ .\ M I r ,i .l ,i ,r *
!;.i,.- ".i.l [', r l':i., .ih01 I p, ardsl
1 .-0ii I i 0auro i:, 1'".i l i < xr<.


At all drug st .

25 DM 25&

Anyone mending a sketch anad deeci
qutciaty flrwf-ain oaur t pinion free w=2%
tt~'ition li t~ttonis bih~ y patentable. ('.mmmlim.
tioew'rip trCttyConlfdentiai. Hsndbr-wiaon PwAsw
seu it free. (pidanat agency faor securing patefS&
Pea'utentsaken t through Munn & Co. Iwo"ly
vp.'a eL notice. wit h-)ULChange, In the

A bj-iTtnarn*-Tv :':.a-v .'ekiv. La g 40.
'urnail. Terms.165
MUNN& .LIlbaiNew
Bac l Ofv. Q4V Soadhmm,. -

Bingham & Maley,

Furniture and


Paints and Oils

New lane of Waste

Baskets and Hampers

Indurated Wates


a A Refrigcrators.

IDay toria T"IPhonc

Conma: o

-v E. m.


S (Eetahlishid hml 1S)
'Phone w7.


Formerlyv o New York Ciy.

Very Best Expr
on nil kinds of

Direct ned Indire.t.
|aiaiiltl5 Dry iiB P Ihilnt.
Furniirlshad and lalt
All \W'irk Done at the ,-ty Lowest]
.Estimates Cheerful


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N^ 3I ea rWA m .e w iAnintereting operation wa perform-
-1PW m -1-* U l I WAK a e d last week. and there may be some
SpLieople who desire to known the real
L AL l CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, 1902. fact.in thea
...m ..m __--i I For at least eight years Mrs. Arnold
S-7 lWT u--IEA UP. has had a trouble in the lower left jaw,
DalyAam LLE. 'I NT. under the second molar. The dentist
Dally daily! found that tooth sound, but Mrs.
.. !* l* 2............... leeksonvillle.. r p--. Arnold insisted on having it extracted,
................ go. Jacksonville .................. Ar,,oopo,955
*. **...................".s ...........Lv6 Up! 847& as there seemed no other hope of its
S Un :........::: .. a ................... p 710a healing. A small plate was in use with
e 7 9 .. ........... ...... E si ............... t a few artificial teeth on it and another
...... ......... tooth was added to cover the place. It
..... .............. Onond. : would not heal, so about a year or so
......... ................ ayton&.. .......................oo ag o e. P
....................... Por O ............ I ahe had the extra artificial tooth
.... ......... ... al.. .............. cut off, that there might be no pressure
S.... .. e. .......... I : over the opening.
O **... ......**............... Rookledk ................. .. .. She applied to six different doctorsand
i. p ...denti.t:::::::::Sb :: 8 : .. :::: d ts. South and North in the mean-
48P ............ ftba-si .. ::: :: time. Dentists said that surgeons
I P... ....... 8 Lueie.......... S Lucie ......... .......11ts...ro
S ....... I4P ..................... FortPieree.......... .. ......... ...... should operate for it. Some surgeons
..... .................. ..... T. .......................... ... said it was a de tist's work; others
S ....................... a den................. 10 ......5. e held that local applications. washbe,
S........ o I ...... .... ....... tuiert .... .... ..... : :toe1: S 44 or cauterizing of the proud flesh would
....... :::::.....::::.....:::.... WeaitJu iSr 9 ......... ...... remed the trouble. One thought it
....... p ..:.....a.........*....WW "Ioal lewih ..... .. ...... S. 1a .8 w necessary to cut the cheek through and
....... ........... ......m... t .ere. ::.::::: 7 remove ne.rosed bone. All agreed that
....... *p i.. .................. Miami ..:... "...........a. S he could not undergo the operation
BCFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 13 AND without an.anesthetic. She had suffered
so severely from ether years ago she
BA 1NCH LIn lS 8CHEDULES. would no10 have anything of the kind.
On Saturday, May 17. she went to Dr.
PALATKA AND UABT PALATKA. Morden. Hie said he did not quite see
Ma. SAW 60 iM 411 47 4 4 4 what could have caused the peculiar
US. SfNU. USE.. 53'No. 41. 47f .O_ 6 IN ll. 48a. 5B. oe 6 I cdition. H'
lDaly Dally IDalyDaily Daaly STATIs latly Daily Daily daily Dail itions. Hecausaully remarked that
--SpI f-8-P5pil--a i0aLv .Palat. Ar, 62a*. 7.l.03.l.p 5 7- waine would very likely do serious
& .p. ....... ....Lv 6 r6;a 7 .25 a; I s p 03uli 5 Is' hik
To pi W 1 : 1 pi ai s saiAr ....Kat Palatka ...Lv e0a,I T e7 o6;at1&al S 0 harm. which so chimed in with her ideas
KAYPORT BRBA NC. and exierieices, that she wished him to
S-m. take the matter in hand.
myiMi tDay sTATINS1. i... i'.120 After probing and taking out bits of!
111 asLv .t.............. ...Jkoal... ay i Daily decayed bone he thought thie trouble
s ..le ..... ...... ......A 825 I
a:.' **l...l...........th Jackaoville.. .....A a P wasS very near the nerve and artery, and
45p35. Lv ............... abloBeach .. ............... i 0p death mTnight 1sult from blood "
Vp IJ e a4- S ............Atlantie Sach .v...L .T i 4I. t, fronblodpiiciilling
p p 10a5aAr -... ...-............ayport..... Lv 7 S a ill 25 6 a 30 p or ble ing, Ms he I ut down beyond the
BAN MATUO BRANCH. bone and packed tlhe opening with ot-
ton so that el1 ighit tIe better able to
Day U.lyi STATIOXs. jIN *. N4 see tIhe conditions on Monday ..Monday
S 15 l. ... ................ East Palatka ................. r 00a' ean incision over an inch long
lS p 6iS Ar ..... ... 8an Mateo...... .. ..... ... i.v 40 I a ';i-hiig to to he lh ttonrll of tihe' pl kke'tis
BANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH. a.id hayinli the iere I0ar i...o hi. |, co iaildl
S. -; -' "**l* to4 cut tin lll.'lse hi' whih \\ am ill thet
1 N.12 b.3.No.Ie.1
Dail:y.... D"i- Dly' il- STATION"L Daily1 l % i w.-. set fo r the tial
Ta;. Lv ....... .Tit:4, 1....Ar p 1M-- 'p1 --0.0il Lv... Svr.rna Ar 1 0 p 5 B. p ol'ration and iDr. Edith linishl was p.er-
I a.v ......... ........ tv 1 TtPSp,11l21aLv Lke 1.n' v11 1 Itp siuade. to lie present, though she was
L nav........ .4 .at n..........Lv It6l 1a t I 0 9 p; 11 39 L v Orange lt v L 4 p dou tfl of the Andertakin. l th l
a: Lv ..... Enterprs .... .vl 6 p11 45 Ar ng. City Jc.Lv 113 p 4 1tfl o te undertaking
* lAr .. San rd ...... L i 00 t ists in.tlne.idain:atesthI.ti' Ne.ither
Th'ew TimeB Table- -h..w the time, at which train maI he e t t in t h tra v 1 arrive and depart M 1 'lld liiI tih- *nt istt felt iluit
from the several stathi.nl hiut their arrival or departure at the tint.- i.ttt,.id is not guaranteed. it t the
Not d-s the '.iinmp,'ty hold itself reasionsible for any delay) uo a ::> c,.nleeluetnc arisi n 'lig d\ t, tIld' 'tk the i ol l
t lrom si 1ir. At liwIh andll I ftoik hl.e' hm ilI1 1,it
PMimuMIar and Occideatal Stemship Connections at Miama. ki,, ii -- li., nt't hi. ,'n, i ,,, nIlt Il',-,i
Sf, 'th. Dr .M,,rdis and all her friends
BETWE I MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. wislhe..I to pnit th., niiatt.r tIbfore thd.

PELLExlR & RIX. Proprietors. "

Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers.
We are well equipped flr "'Straw iti.s." Th.e finest turnoutN in the city.
'BunMe meet.all trains and take p .a -.nii-'r to any part .f the city.
Trunks delivered nronittl.. Staibkls opposite Public School.
Telephom 97

* ,a
: f.Ih /,II f /n0 Leading

The largest andr .1Mst 'op;iilh-te St'-k
of Drugs in hDaytoiina. I'n '-riptions ciu- *
poundfel Iy It.&ri.tei td I'lhartnacist only. *
...........? ?.***.**.....
0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles. :
* *
* TRY OUR PI NE TA1I (' )'; II.\1S M--I-.5 cents a bottle. *
S5ech Stu.t. P P 'P DAYTONA, FLORIDA *

.I0 i dambefl- t. --

Ifnur Schmud Proprietor, Daytonn a.

Moss aid Fiber Mattresses.
I)ealer in ..,ini Hilnd Fiinrnitureand Stoves. ."
Your Old Furnitun- Made a (ood Sa '
SBa,.h St. aIndI i. ll.viv' Ave-. [a ytona,lM

SE. ILLI..N(;HAM. Proprietor.
MeClellam Edwards. Maaies.
Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Tuiug Insie
Work. a id Y Yt t7"',h(loti;il(', iolimn-. Po4n-h (olnumasend
W ork and W dOOYa Pulle.~ a.,. to, Order. Phone 70.


BON~D & BONDJ CO.9 Has a s'e.Iaet Ste i.k iif
(I N4'tImho[LvrCi oI Ih ivSl*;%V)RI'a ll rE.
____ ANt'FACTtI'Ir.- ill"

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,;

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siding-, Ceiling.
Brick. Lime and Cement in Stack.

'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager

i lI The Nation's
"SAN MATEG" Cstigar.
It's all Florida.
\ liy 1 ;1 I" it i't i ,i:"r;it -. 1nII.nlI. ,ii I ; 1 -i. :i hii.I. i,. tu r w \\ ith ,I ini1 lln
1nd (ithr 'niis. n ],ii yu ,in h t\,, tih, |Ii;r, I'hl r 1, %l.i f5.f :it ;l li\, .,e it pri.,."




Perfumery and Fanc, Toijt Articles.

1...3..14 iNS. lol' .jri.'tor. can 1Iw a'idstlt.'e jnefs'.n'si~mol~ l ,v ibriflg busins
hneur- 'tti'lonai- im'i~nal.iny-s. 9,4041 t'p lu1:30 ia. m.a 2:34) t. 1:340 P. n.

Trowell's Express Baggage Line %

'el.-phone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.



Lv. Mlamn. Mons, Wedt ...............U 00 p Lv. Hav
Ar. Key West. Tues. Thur ..... ..... 12 30 p Ar. Key
Lv Key West. Tues. Th urs ............. 7 10 p Lv. Key
At. Havana. WedsT. Fri- ....... 6 1a Ar. Miaa
For copy o Lo-ea Time Card address any Agent.
J. D. RARN R, AWt. Gen. PMa. Agent,


rana.'Tue.. Thur. ............ 10 0o
West, Tues Thurs ......... .. 6 30 p
Weat. Tues Thurs ............... 7 03 p
ml. Weds. Fr ... .. .......


A0y Business

I Cent eacb in 1000 Lots


Daytona, Florida

Around the World

in 80 Minutes



.Denltal \Association which wais to ini.lt
thel nl'et W'tW''k; ,sl h claill'med t iait tIo have
any one' prolent. lwhos.- opinions c 'it as
bo,ind ti defer ti,. woulil di\ide' his at-
t-ntion atil thtls i iit lhin off from the.
Iir';at S4tourivt' ef all Knowledgte atnld
Wisialom. ;nIld .-.ri,,islv' iiter'fr.e'e \vith fi'l
jul v.,r of eaudlilrlntll'' aincd tle ilnal resuilt..
Mr. Arnildl though lbest to hav it ,.itmr
%%with II.s SOOtaI I a Pes-ilbIlc'. So oln Thur--
day. with the adilition of Dr. BIruslh. the
as.'. n!Ilv lt. \% ilt M .11-. Ar'niold inl tin-
Cha'ln ir. \ .. iicli n i ti,.ik iinreIliuti, v ol
Illnt tilg ti n'il'1) l(n1. r'e'ntiarlkilig tlat it
ias '"li' l nec1st ,t0uint4lf ,lt t .c' ,itt nll tic-
o' ii i. ""i
Sliit utl ivak,'d t, stl t ef,.r lr.-';ttlI
\\ l'tiI -ho C0flel. i nil t, 1 \ >'s' i'st' i" elr '
tail \[Ihllined that sit n might iinntall y
-s it'-w'ate' sith the doctor. .s. he'said
.he' "*only wished breathing sptace to
laiy holl on the Eternal Forces of the
I niver.s." She. knew there' would be
pain. Ibut it would I '"of slisort duration
Sirffering toilisists 1Ot so Ilinlh ill til-'
painii or injury, as in ttl inaloility to I.ar
it. .Atellt lt a. in. May 2. '2 2 'r. Morden
,iu.ianenne'l. ie tried w'evfal foreepls,
Hild Iariok>c off s-ve.ral lits of s'nlid bouit'.
and had s..v.ra l ,lils.. ibut tilialy siu.-
Cr''de'd in bringing out a large ell
dev l'ichli. % \\ i.'l.cin toi pitlI. nIat laiy re'.t,
upward. lie hesitated to use the mallet
and chisel to chip off thile rnvrsed bone,

S l\ f 2- ......... ..... FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.


71. 1. GODWIN, Proprietor


Piano Moving a Specialty.

It is a Fact


H.j d.".. a nIl i.eneral Ihlacksmithiiig
"OrSCt neing andR impairing.

Near llciil id Illie11r Yard,.


Saw and Planing Mills
;it'O* 1i \ D Irr ,l .: ,t l, I:, :DII kill-E P*o



Longe's Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

Corner Beach Str.eet and Second Avenue.

* eoeeoe@e............uw..........s........u.uw

Saturday, May 31s

Everything ir) the Show is


25 and 35c

beats now on sale at the I 'almetto Drug Store-

.... FOR THLE I.I1li.
I he, %' ith ,,-ff'. : '. 'y' .fit
f,# r pe.- t'l' ItIil t,, tin lO
Antnoiunn tent yardss f tr otitt llunder
thin bead will lie charged for at tlhe un11t- FOR T46 ASSE
fornu rate of .': with th.' excu'ption utf F T T
candidates tlar .onntv o it-,n nai si..ni antd a l tIh' I 'ni.'r*t1n. \ .t.,'
sot'h l l.a.l. for wl;iA'h 3 will l..t-'cl, g h,'l'l llie ii ,I.'.' III,
ed, the amount in aall cass toa'. *mpan 'l ,
the order for insertion of the c'ard. "", t I a
-and r-|,TtTtfi l!. -tobhliSt ,

Irt'aapec.tfuhl y announced e' nv itet calcl-Ii
d~isj.. for r*"--e'Lefion tito the ositti of

Slut sln advised himn1 tio try it andil o.
; li,\w li.nldly it hurt. ;i l \\l' lie' haI d.l
knocked o ff one it. piei f ,ull sl, 1 eoutlil
F e'rilliiurl' 1it 0lrttel thlia llelhes.
u line' linttli''lt did n ott ttel .i gri all, nor
siedi a tear. ltor ilnterrilpt the \\tork. t'x-
', 'it ivl 'll tin' ,hi,'t,, r tin -hln '.l ,tll.' ,i4 .
i tail of t ie i \\v'%rk. .na aVe l.r titme ti)
tnI.atin,.. Tie jTiI was.- do.) it owne hour
andnl ait half. T'hioulgh there hias lee' ,ll 'ot-
sid,.rail.1 s.lfft'riung siince, as Isould Ie'
lntiralt from such atin ol'I-ration ind the
ihealinl of s0 large ia wot% ind then' has
.ATU'R. 1i.'n ino mi.lltapsr, and thie pirtw'es of
a-s a ciazndliilate' h.,'aling w'ellil t Io t' progr'essing inivl'y.
..imslatil'. suil- Bit! M' .%.. rnold is t Vegetariailln.
l' I s\llr nl de. ses hne git.ni,.ally, aIti Ilieves ill t he
po\er teo it,, o 'ltllet.d Iby klnowilng liw\\
to 1.; 1 h ,li. o 'l'le> I inite "
R i

,," Otti,' f "l'i \
all ll| lI t
i". tt. WI4ll.do\

(ftntv T'reasut-ro''cfViash 'lnvlt 9 s .V'- :
the colanung hlori~aila-P'saunl I.A p ic'l-t t lie' NOTICX.
supjacort cif Ina.y frit'*nehs atdisi l 11e'Il -t s VtI ,N 1- 11. nI,%..i.!I f, l v..l:.- *
-III .th alV ,tIf A to. I1I-'C. iWeck.' 4]+
I egeeii fat".ilf l hnt.' illy t-c'laitleic ti'y 1,,r' r i air' c-a Ih, -.lit ,in ltr? '-si
btkaifrSeliiattir Is 'inthis district stIih'It't iiIli ihi't 45 inilirt iin ti inI. .
to the aetioin (of 11inem iienimcrau p lrim-i o I it I.-! I I w- I .- I ii,,
&rime. I n~li4..let the sitioalmirt' of Jill C\-~... v .1'.1 InI i. s'fu L, a .
~rnocrats. F. ~ Siii~ is. ~in:IC i i llch.ss
In H !

Ilemwhby aunnoa-e nvy candidlay for
*4hjctjiou to i tih.' lttie of ('mut Tax' IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE.
bt etor, suilinnttuing aly c-laiiNs ,, tilh. M1ayior (onl t i t t, i e h, i'l 0, ..t.l(,, ,n
ri-ry ele-tion of July 15th ne.xtl. I N ti. i. h. Irii.y n id e ta m !,o!,-,\sr
J1Ve, edsA vorel ti dia.h:larg t- In duty it mia.I .%elit.,ii .I th1tt ccit.l ctil .ili ; nnna-
lthlpepleO ankl ,I prniiwe faitlhfuil sA-r n. yt.l lo\ buti-n-headl o \\. to,'r
Ia iB the future if again honored d by :ny slopei under .bit toin. ca't, .crop uplier
blow D "oerat. II. P'. SMITH. squtiar other ear,. o\\ u.r lunllkio\\ I. hlave
leni itn iniciuded by th.e ity ,f I aytona
ftor ein lr als,'sv'w t', run it ,itar' ititin
MW CUKTY COUNSSIONER. thne .itv limits anld thli T'ii !n.Lt.. tinhe
prtuIullky anounme minelf a candi- i tfth day ofJ .June. Io1902. is a;p|lolit.e, for
4WAlr timtotk n tilh e of Countv t~ sav diof lheilrii- and natl niili .iti.n ian tie'-

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.14,.i fl.li pill I I '%,i t.itIce IC.reamn Freezers
'11feav. tIe'teiec4.\#.l \ eing ? I mwids Are Summ'iirer N~ecessities.
4c O al :411 ;II .L ti tt4's !,- h I t is4 I ti INul .].
liii,.1 ';111n ItnhIII[, \\ lahwh I t %\ ;ni I ,'' n
ailleil~~~~~~~'f .nnlI~nnln''stn.;'t Il1: 1.1amtNV

The Lose of %fatre.
A real iuse orf o iture is one of the
must val'tlnle p'i.~ss)ions which YOU
can ti;i\t. s ince it will coutituet to af-
fotrd olln ia3 llinte.s as ltng as you live.
But Iti order to lIn;i\e this love you must
get it % whilee you are yotang-while you
still ba'e leisure to givv it tirst place
In your thoughts. Nature :itust be your
first sweetheart or she will not be your
sweetheart at all.-Wouniatn's Uome

Dldnm Reekom Feoeligs*..

A Full Line at


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B. Green

Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot -o

Water Heating. .t

Agent for the


North Ridj[.e~wood


I'- : ; tin'he 'll








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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m-Mf the i llsof ea Cn l46
Qurta tribes on the Amizon b Lavo
ha lbamasted by the do le at e
walam Ius. lcal i wN
a msiioeatd ineebanlam by wblelr
wam wa poured from one bowl into
ag Wter. ton imitation of the cascade,
Stbea returned by the receiving
bowl laIn the vemel which had poured
it. so that by a repetition of this mech-
salemi a constant murmur of a cascade
S could be kept up so long as the audi-
*me desired or the player was able to
perform nIt.
Lo Ludoma* Postal 9Servie.
S o complete arn- the postal arrange
S ments of lAondon tlat there is not a
bhoue more than ti't yardtis from a let-
Ste box or 400 from n: pistofh'e and,
money order ofieF. Tlierec ire over
30.0(0i pillar boxes (we mall them letter
boxes., which are cleared every bour
from 10 in the morning till 5 In the
evening. and there are twelve deliver-
les a day In the city.
A Tidbit.
A lady who bad a pet magpie used
* to allow It to take bits of food from
Between her lips. One day It perched
on her shoulder, as usual but instead
S of taking the tidbit she offered him he
poked a nice. fat green caterpillar be-
tween her Ups.
*tHave you got any corned beef?"
V *ATknow about It," said the con
aetiols waiter, "Is that It looks Uk.
bee and It's corned. Wish some?'-
Chicago Tribune.

It Is a good thing for a young man
to try to make his mark In the world
so long as be uses something besides
red paint In doing It.-Syracuse Her-

Morle Than Tralte.
"Too played nothing but tragedies."
l the friend.
rThey were worse than tragedies,"
a mwered Mr. Stormington Barnes as
be stopped firing his expense ac-
coat. "They were financial catastro-
pbhe"-Washlngton Star.

When hope looks backward. It Is
transformed into regret.

Mrs. Frank ('hiia-s4in. i'attetrsoii. Iln..
writepJunueth. 1mil: "'I hald nialiriin
lever in very baidl forni. was under tr-'at-
ment by doitor-. liut as s. a .n I
stopped taking their ne-irini Tiet fi-ev.r
would return. I us-dl a s.ililli. Iiattli.
of Herbine. found it liewliad me. Then
bought two io.ttlk.. which completely
cored nie. I feul grateful to yoiu feor fiir-.
t nhing such t ,'s aplndid nindlieinl-. umid
cn honestly ial- oni.iid it o,, toli.-, suif-
rin froni niahlarii. ia it will sim#'ly,
cure them. Ilerbin,.. 7,0a, I eottle ati .1. |

A civil war is a very uin ivil affair

Fou TOsF: WH 1. Li\ t: ON FAIt'-.
Dr. Bergin. Pan.. Ill.. writes: --I hav
used Ballartd's Sneow Lininiint:i al\ \\s
rcommmend it to myiv fri.-ils.as I amlli .,In-
Ident there isn l Im-ittr ni;l'.. It i- lI
dandy for lburins.: T hose \\io livi. ona
farni-s ai el-i.iiallv liih.la' teao Ilni.iy aiN -
cidental cuts. 'buriia ;iail brulinu-,. \\ iili
heal rapidly vh.lie It alird'l s Snow I.ini-
ment is ilpplipdl. li I o.iih lil al\v;iy.' It-
kept in the hous. f ori-;i.<-i of e*tirg-'fnliy.
25c, ow" and -1 Al. ait .1. MI. .In'ms.

Never drink \\ate-r aiflt'r driimking


,"Savannah Line."

New York. Boston and the East


S- -- -

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four Ships Every Week
"To \,.w York. making close connections with New York-Boston siips ,or Souundl
Linis. All ticket aw-nts are supplied with montllly sililing w-eiiedles. VWrite for
.,neral;i information, sailing schedules. stateroom n-wsrvations, or call on)
WV ALTER HlAWKINS. (General A-gnt. 224 West Bay$St.. .Jaiksonville. Fl;i.
I'. E. LY:FEVRE:. Manager. E. T. ('HARLTON. I;. F. & I'. ..
New Pier 353 North River. New York. N. Y. :3-13-02'
.1. W. WILKINN N. Agent. Daytona, Fha.

Richi mond Washington Baltimore
Philadelphia Beeton Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
Cincinnati St. Leuis Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicage, etc.


The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

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 Cais on all through
Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondems Seolitd.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Panss. At., 108 W. Bay St., Jacksonvill, Fla.


General Pauenger Agent,
Waahigton, D. C.
LI Jama 1r3_ 190l .


Ass't Gen'l Pan. Agent,
Atata, Ga.

WoRiu WIE ItuE- a-T.TION.
Whito's 'raiumi Vlerniifug' has .- a.hiv,..l GLADSTONE'S ORATORY. Wouldn't Comm...it I..mf.
a worhl d vid,- r-epitatiin a1" I .i'ii% i hianh
best of alli wtrna i-.trto *ve. a iinil its One Critic Likenu It to The Roislnm There is in a town in the north of
tonic intifene ilon w.;ik allid nntlhriftyv o f Water In a Tenimpest. England a certain preacher of Hilber-
children. Ias it neitrariliz-s the. n.-ility or Gladstone was a great (iininciier nnld nianantecedents who considers himself
sourness tof thie steaMli. iinpillovs tl-ir perliihaps the very gremicest expositor of to Ile a speaker of perfect English, but
digetion. a;nd s-iiaiiii.ion o foo. tlinance who ever Iived. lie had a who is generally credited with the pos.
stren -ti'rs th iheir liirv' all" sv't.'ili m14li
retore.s the,-tn It- liim. iitl.\ :, lr iti .1h-- ungical eml intilence over masses (of men session of as rich n brogue as can be
tity of spirits i:iliril t1 116l-1h,111 .and a power of words the effect of found anywhere in Tipperary.
25C at J. M..nlo.s. which was more like that of huge Some mention was made of his pe-
masses of water in a tempest than any. culiar pronunciation at a church meet-
thing else. His Midlothian speeches ing, which greatly angered him. lle
All theoloical arguin.nt is not Ilogial. made one think less of a river coming Immediately called upon one of the
down than of the sea coming up. Hlis members and. after complaining of the
skill in constructing a difficult measure Injustice done him, asked him whether
Sr'na A.IIt.E'i"-. vwas not even approached by any man In his opinion a single trace of the
There s an a the liver, thel Iow-els and kidneys It-'inlla- needed by any man at any time. speech.
sluggish and inactive. til digestitii int These and many other merits we "'Well," his friend answered, "if you
patted, with little or no upla.-it-. t)no mst freely allow himt. but when tli' wist to deny it I should advise you to
am bition for anything. aniadlelni- tn final estimate of hiu is made many do so in writing."--l.ndon Answers.
up. The trouble is. that durintm w inte r,. traits lnust Ie Introduced and not least
there has le.ni an ;ia-umlllnltioii of w.ist his extraordinary power of believing. The Polomselo Arrow.
matter in the systemnl. lierbin\e will Iv- precisely what lie wished to believe. "An arrow studded with the most
move it. inr e tin' s.1-retiomns ea ri-hit IIe hliad a tender conscience. but. save costly of stones, tipped at both ends
exit, and ty its toni. e0ff.t. fully ri',or,'j only where finance was concerned, hle with pure virgin gold and headed with
the wasted tissues anlid give stre.li-th il had that conscience thoroughly under the feathers of the rarest birds." Such
placoof weakess. .',t. at .1. M..Ion,.-., command. If it showed tihe slightest Is the description given of the "Polon-
recalcitrancy, his will was always zelo arrow," which in 1434 was pre-
ready to say, "Just you dare'" sented to Sir John Dalcourt by a Span-
Fast mn a g.nr.a y slAnd yet when all has been said for Ish gentleman. This wonderful arrow
paying debts. and against him there can be no doubt was made In 1204 by an ancestor of
.- that lihe will remain the most notable the Spaniard's. and every stone and
WoN'T iu..w .viE: .F Tni:u I'\V' Englisinuan of his generation-as much Jewel with which it was set was said
lFO' IT. out of place among the Liberals as to represent a human life cut short
In a recent arti-lec a ir romlineint pIlhi-I llisraeli was among the Conservatives, through its instrumentality. The stones
cian says. "it is ne.xt lo, imnposlibl.l ,loar but, like him, a head and shoulders indicated the number of men to whom
the pihysi.-iamn to ,,'t his patients to..uirry above all lhis rivals and as much su- it had carried death, while the curl-
out any prs'-rilh'd courstof hyIgi.'nt orI prior to Disraell himself in most of ously fashioned gold and silver jewels
diet to the snutllest 4.xte.nt; hIt mti.. 1,uti the higher arts of statesmanship as represented the women who had fallen
one report left. nalimely. tine druiia t v;.t- that mnnmensely clever child of Israel under Its poisoned point.
ment." Wheonsti dt.-in- alii n11 ilornl was superior to him in all its secondary
chronic constipation. thii innst Inl. | o hrpen t- CIrnt.-ill Ka.rs
'ntle otia & Lie Tah'l-it. sieii le '"- The se oen ti A carving knife needs to have a dif-
on li r i't hil, 'i- The Seven Golden 'ltie. ferent kind of an edge from a razor.
paoted.T i.'- t.\.il>.. l.I The s'(e\'n olden Cities." one of The steel which ordinarily accompa-
constipation- is ti,,ly lc, l\' l.i.' l \'.we c ill, tl
a natural amd l.h-althtv ,i onilitioi. Fr the almost popular legends of the latter nies a carving knife and fork is very
sale by all druggi-ts. i part of the dark ages, were said to be well to give a finishing touch to the
situated on an Island west of the Af. edge, but an ordinary whetstone, such
ricen coast- The Island is represented as a reaper uses for his scythe or sickle,
Sik-nce is a mighty gaooi sulstitiute for. as ial-unding in gold. with magnificent is the most useful inmpliement a carver
Sie hous.,s and temples. "the high towers can keep at hand. One or two rubs on
wi dom. of % lich shone mat a great distance." echi side of a knife whet it up might-
WnaooNAe;1 .or(;H. Tei lte-e.-;ljd also relitos that at the fly. iand then two or three finishing
% woll, io ).lit. ] had ,tilue l of the c nlluest of Spain and Por- touches from the steel and the knife Is
with ti ) ,e tlil 1 to i'velit tulall Iay the Moors. when the inhabit. In ordr to do most excellent execution.
aSy d oangs-re- ,.olinsei,.i.s ftoit it. ants flu"d In every direction to escape
Me ii nc t .hildciaiidti-n 1ook Mav'r.. seven ilisiops. followed by a O.. T -LI. --. ..

whooNping coujl lamst sitinltar. ou aun11111.%
bov leiong li0v tliOn- 1inln0's old. i2n-1
owim to our giving hllitimn tChamiil'e-li's'
ough iRean.dy. thi'y l'a-t linone of tl'ir
P%!mpnes and .ain out iti nilchi IlettOi
helth than eotlhrl< hii ,'uw- lioM' parents
did not uie this nl-.i.l, inlr ol.i.-t t
little girl would all lu tiiyv foir l. li
syrup letw~en whioops.--.hle-i 'ik,.vY
11- "1"n .; ..... .., I.,- ,




all the



iD seas



TOI'( 1I E


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

DGUmh Lthelr, Stmac andlow is,

SC ses the System, Purifies the ood

CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Cmstipation,
Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Evry hbiitl ated to Gin Satisfase.
xJT.A'.Xai BiK ~O -rti, maif.*10lr.. z
Price, C0 Cr nal.

Prerpard by JAMES F. I'AU.ARDi, SL. Louis. Mo.


Sold by Dr.J.M.Joees.


'The Greut Through Car Line from Florida--C* nnetions:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond'
E ast nd Wahington.
E ast T Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
The Southern Ry. via J.hssup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
oThe Tl uisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
t Tih Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
Tel Mobile & Ohio I. I. via Montgomery.
SVin Savann and Ocean SteaminiMship coniliny for
Neiw York, I'lniladellphia ai1nd lTlontn.
E ast Via ,Savannah and Mern-almnts a .d Miners Transpor

station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and stenanprs for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and iHavaina,'via Peninsular and -).ridental Steamship Company.
To Nova ,-Sotia. ('apli nton and I'rine EEdwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Athiutic and PIlant Steamnslahip Line for Halifax, llawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will ie on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Western and Sontiern State" to
mall Florida nrsorts. via tihe Plant System during the swa-on INil, 1'K)2, limited to
return until May 21st, with the lit-.ral stop-over privileges in Florida.
A.1dnsses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be literally sup-
plietl with all information and lhandsone advertising matter.
FIor information as to rates, sl.epiing ear rv-,.ervations. etc., call on. or write t
F. M. .IOL)LY. Division i'assengetr Agent. 13'S West Bay St.. .acksonville. Florida.
. Ii. NiIM. (.Gene.ral Suiae-rinte.nde-nt. It W. WRENN. Pass.Traffie Man..
;atvatinah, ian. Savannah, (;a.



Air Line Railwa


Th'- Shorlt.-st Iloite.

The Bet's

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illsnliss iiindl sick l iadlache,'s. Noltlnlii g t.aTii)l I to f ile un ;iany goo.l.
hin' )lldaiy l friiad ,l asked-l Inni whlait ti- t4roniile. \\;iai. W\Vlhie I ItoII
hiii hel ima.oiimilended R-I '-P-A-N TilneIl.es. Th II 'at ,vining% I tI at ai
lax. ninl aniti r thin- se,- ilnd le>x I Ia.-gmian to f.-,-1 sio am1 liu4chi r-li.-f that I
kept aon vwitih th-ine. Iliav- Itipanis Tailmls ;al'ivas iii tin- hoi lis
li o.V aniel i;ilarry a pallkag .' th llm in my lllcki.

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AIt Illluggists.
'Tl- .'ive-Cent ipa:ik-t is t'1llnoligh for an om liillnary (cr.silon.
TIl ilamily Ibottle. l1o events. .'oenltainis a
supply fior a yeavir.




243 North Beach Street







W H 'Throughl tickets to New York, PhiladelplbiL.
New Iilaven. New London. Stoningtom
PIrovidence, -'all River. Boston and


at rates LOWER THlAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. ThrwsteamWe
trains every Thursday. hlavinng .IJksonville' its follows:
Via the Sea Islands........................10:l:. n. (.l..trol-olita n Limited.)
Via i'lant Systen .......................... :15 p. m.
Via S-al.ard Air Lin................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
I'assengers I.ave l),aytiia .-,:2: am winil
::22' pin. making cloPe .iollnecitiolns.

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A t4 mat tr a 2( W-t tnySnst

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Western & Atlantic Railroad.
rIa lte of ta14 :

"Chicavo and Florida limited' rain

andx, "i )ixi'- Hly.r" !.. |i -. ir-
'Tine "Chi,'ln o and Florida Limit,.d" i- thl.- 1;|,. L-st ti tn r in- St. Augale
and Janeksonville to ('hattannouo ag. Nashville. ,I n;isv ill.- ;inl C1111 icago with Pallun
finest Ohservation anid iDrawingloom ,sl'pel'r-. iiniiilg ,anirs. -et.-.. thr ugh with.
change. Tlhi. fianious *lixie. Flyar *ll ll1 .VI,;r riiinl -'w.ui-.r vial Atlanta a
Marlin to St. oumis without illiu.'.
For infornimltion n-litiv; ti o ti's, .la-eA iii' il. .t" .," e fr ~I.I- .-1 r 1 x-rv1;itins, wrdh

C. E. HARMAN. .n. Puss Ag-nt. 1:. .1. WAIL.KER. Fhli. Pass. Ag
Atlanta. (Gia. .iarksoinivill.e. Fla.
I I. F. .SMITTI. Tr' iti. Ma.1 : -li re N.-il-h ill,,. Tenia.

Tri-Weekly Sailings,


Calling at 1Charleston. S. '. C.,lith ways.

Clyde New England and Southern I


Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry. iNt"

Calling a lt I'l ;iii,-t '.O h, ith i a.;iy-
S........ ... From Lewis' Wharf.
. .. .... from foot Ctherine street, Jack

(I).l.Iary I.Ii,,)

Nea. 2. N. Stations N\o.:1 No. 1 ueLween JacKsonvi'e ana i
7:2-' n ......... : illi I'............ .la ksoanvill...........Ar 7:.-0 i ain......... 8:30 plm STOPPIN( AT I ,.\A I'TK.\. ..ST l. ST. IL Ni I :
:, ;ilai 1 1:1 llni Ar............... V l stai............ L v 4:3:.5 amL ......... :04) pm liI1 E 'SPRi' NI ; n .ii liInt.rniii.liit, l.;'iia li n i on '. .
:1 im ...... :'' a Ar .................mNl, ............... L v 11 :.-55 pm .........11:25- nm
pi le ... 7: an3: :3 pi:...........i ........a. : 7:.1 A ni STi1i1:i t C ity of Jack sonv ill
:1 ai ........ :2 Ar... ............ sh vill............... v ::( mli......... a:.l n pm A T. \\. I S1IA
12:1 ,in, .r..... 11 4i pml t I.. .........Martin............... L .v :1.- amli.......... :47 pin is .AI'rolva\1 !ii. I a l .oi\\ t -
7:24 pmi......... :2 am tA. i .. ... St. L.oiii .........Lv 101.5 lnl...... ::1 ai.ni Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m.,Sndays. Tuesday and T
1:.-( 1mai .\" Ilhi.i,'"a Lv 12 1 .1 .... 1:4 A rp .........I..I.. i i'll ..... ...... .v 2::11im i ........... ::.i: pm Soui thloun., S i'll :l i .1
1:15 lint .......... 7-2i; t ia n Ar............. iiiiilinai t i............L. \ 11:13 l. p .........l11:0.5 a i l d low n
.... .......... ...... n Ai ...... ........ ini o ..... ......... v 7 :l i 1 ptil......................... :1:1 1t) l ...................... ..... I.\11 K S( N I i. ......
..._ .. .. .- --- -- -- ---- ** SA4.' pan.............................. ... I'.\K\ ....
No. 4- lli\i.' I'l"v Carris I'lallltam n lBram \ i i i llie l Iiff.-tt Sle.ping ('ars. : iM a llm.................................... .... ........
.I.-0 k o'lnville. to St leoii. mani l .lai.ksodivill. tlo Chi.iCal o wVilli1onit ..laiiLr-. making .. ni ............................. 1 \I i> .
dlir n.t connection al N s i;ivill'l' ad iii iinati. .j. ; l an a IT .....................i .. I l I it lI .N., .
I Inly stops at follo ing A. V. & W. satiions: raw or.!. ixt r a r o. :00 a ....................... ...... 11.1 '
latirough oaihl hl .etw -nl .|la.k.lonville. a lnd .ia Ar ives: (l in............... .... .............N. I a\ .i
N eo 2-- l avy I .l\pi'.-1 -- S t ol s at a ll I .. ;i1 t atil in.-. l k ,- d i.iae t io i -
a-iitions for ill points We-sti and Nrthnw'-. via iot i oreiew 1on. b*m Ii n lT.
. "ir Li 'id ""l c""rimPn Est (Ist Is.assenger and Tick
E. II. A t I I'lS KTl, ,ii. .K. At. 204 W. Bay st. Jacksonv

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TI )S.S t. -.StAEY. L ..-al I'rI. .agt. I 1 Wl l.I. \

gre. iaumber ,f people, took to ships Tie most dreaded and feroci ous
K ^ ^^S"^-' '"I o, tner TO St. Louis and Chicago
and plt boldly out oan the high seas. Shark now :n existence Is the greatTLd
Aft"r tu-ii. :il,,ut for sol, e time they white shark of tropical waters. It is
nind, .1 ,il :iIi 1hiall.i mslft nl, the r fa-m the man ueaer par excellence. Specl-
Itcis s tu "wil IaerVen oald became Iens have been captured which meas- luli: I'alh,.. ,!.l-pini Cars froi .laksoiivill., to St. Louis and to t'hiago,
..hiu isl:i ad." h eyly de says. "was ex. ured forty-two feet in length. Wheth- .,:a i .1;. Jksonvill daily atl Ii n>i via tl.a famous
In nmdo ,nn After "allhxder It has done so or not. this frightful
vctly iI midoan. After allhad creature would certainly havenodif-
landed safely the wiseo old bahn. nrotoldht. .. he di o 1



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