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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE-


VoL 18. No. 52.


Dartona,. Florida. June 7. 1902


X4w. f dlu


tJUST RECE--ED -----


A new invoi'e of Paints. Wlnwii you wish to brighten up just give us j
a call. We keep an assortment of Paints. Varnishes. Enamels. Oils.
Stains. Japan Turpentine. Brusles, et, .


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MASON Q WALL CO.


W. H. EDMONDSON. Manager.
119 North Beach Street,


'Phone 19.


-MR. SC-HATZ REPLIES.
vorAMR. SCHANTZ REPLIES.


The members of the Fraternal Union
of America will iollificate on the Fourth
of July and ask the general public to
join with them in the jollification.
The Aoings will be held in the Wilder
Grove, opposite the Armory. and will
, consist of the usual sports suitable for
the occasion.
The principal event on the program
will be a barbecue. A large cow and a
couple of pigs will be roasted on the
premises, and the meat distributed free
to the public. Everybody is expected to
bring their own basket lunch. A fish
chowder will also be prepared.
The sports will consist of matk races.
three-legged races, potato race, foot
races, wheelbarrow races, catching the
greased pig. climbing the greased pole.
and riding the goat. Literal prizes will
be awarded to the winners (iof tliese
contests.
A dance will be in progress at the
Armory all the afternoon and evening.
Good musicians will be in attendance.
Some good spieler will undoubtedly
be engaged to orate.
The general public is invited to be
present and take part in the celebration.
The committee in charge of thecelebra-
tion consist of the following: J. M.
Osborn, C. M. Bingham. Jr.. B. N.
Stevens. Edw. Fitzgerald, J. R. Cole.
Wm. Bradshaw, and W. S. Edwards.
"'Let the old eagle scream!"


TWO DEACONS IN TROUBLE.

IDecous H. A. Walker and Harrison
Thompson of the colored Baptist church
of Midway are in dire distress. The
trouble all happened this way. Deacon
Thompson was brought up before the
congregation Thursday evening of last
week charged with selling whiskey.
Thompson stood up and addressed
the company. and was told by the
preacher to sit down. This be refused
to do. The congregation then voted
that he sit down. Still he refused. At
this stage Deacon Walker volunteered to
knock him down. and started towards
Deacon Thompeon. Deacon Thompson.
however, objected and drew a knife.
Then Deacon Walker drew pistol. The
former deacon then ran home after his
Wichester. He returned and aimed it
at Walker. Bystanders interfered and
grabbed both men, but they started to
Ire at each other. Each fired three shots
but they all mised the marks and struck
in the waile of the church. Mose Wright,
the colored deputy city marshal, then
took fist in the game and a general
melee ensued.
The two deacons were arrested and
brought before Mayor Parkinson last
Saturday and each fined five dollars and
cost. After the mayor was through
with them they were taken before Jus-
tice Williams and he bound them over to
the Criminal Court. lkDacon Thompson
was charged with intent to kill. and his
bail mixed at $500. Deacon Walker's
charge was that of carrying a concealed
weapon. and his bail was fixed at $14t).
Both furnished bonds.


qtaps ke ColuAi do Wwts o f the CeM
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.


Editor' (;aiette-News:-1 notice, tile
little sluib in your colunins last week in
reference to the ele -tric light-. I desire
to a3y that if tihe erlson that write tlhe
iten'iwill gi to t lie c 'ity tax coille'tor and
get a statenIlllit of tle allimount of taxes
he pays towards supplying the city with
light, and will send it to me, together
with his lnanli. I will pay it for him. I
always ysmlliathize with tile oppresse d.
ADAM St4'HA NTZ.

Fou Rl:NTr:-lteach cottage0 on the
lard walk next to Brelake.rs 1Hotel ait
Sealir'zee. mnpiilete'ly fllrnishel and Ire-
modeled. Ap.. pldy to Mrs. I. I'. l.erry.v
Valley st net. eabrloee.

RIGHT YOU ARE.

Daytona is to have a busy season .llin
building cir-les this sulninier. Several
wealthy people will erect winter homes
then and have them ready for one'upancyl
by early fall. For the last several years
the Fountain ('ity has made rapid prog-
res along this line. For the last two
years there hasi been a considerable de-
velopment in the fanning interests on
the lands west of town.-East C'4,t
(Miaini) Hortnsevker.


I..The Blurgoyne house, lot 4h hiy M 5;1 .
on Valley street. peninsula, is for sale at
$2.(0H).orfor" rentt at $10 pelr onnthll.
Apply to any agent.


WILL SUIT THE PEOPLE.

EUIron GAZ:TTLr-NF:wS:-Having no-
ticed an article inll tle Tinies-'nion of fv-
cent date enumerating the mInenbers of
last LAgislature who voted for thle Dis-
pensary Bill, and suggesting that they
would be promoters of such n measure in
the selmion of 19403, would say I voted
for the bill at the ewmion of I1), having
no means of ascertaining the sentiment
of the county in the short tinle that
elapsed from its introduction to its tinal
defeat.
Since then I have endeavoredl to find
how such a nileaure was regarded inll
this county and have heard general and
unqualified opposition to the Iassiige of
any law of this nature. thle ioeople re-
garding the laws now )on the Statute
Books as sufficient for regulation of the
liquor traffic and anly new ones as
fraught withdanger. As this oplosition
is so general the course of thle 'epresenta-
tiven of this county in the session of
1903 is plainly marked and they will not
fail to carry out tile wishes of their von-
stituency. Respectfully. C. L. SMITT.


TO THE GREAT BEYOND.

Mrs. J. L. Lynch died at her residence
on Fairview avenue Thursday morning
atfive o'clock. Deceanedsuffered a stroke
of paralysis Monday morning which wail
followed by heart trouble. the ininiediate
cause of her death.
The funeral services were conducted biv
1Rev. (Graham. assisted by the choir of
tlhe Iaptist church at the residenlie vye.-
ti'erday alit ten o 'chlck. Th'i interineit
was at Pinlewood (',e'letery.
Mrs. Lynch has l ten a resident of Day-
tona about three years. She leaves to
mourn her demise a husband. one son
and five daughters.


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We Strongly Maintain that Prices do

not prove the power of a Store as

much as Quality. If you shut your

eyes to Quality you can buy goods

for any Price-But not HERE. 4

Wed sooner have the reputation of du


charging you just a little more, for we

desire your continued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

ducing the standard of our merchandise*


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

"y'Tie latest it v'lties ill turnover
eollairs at .1. .. AlHendricks.'
WR\'. E:. Butler. of Orinold. w.vat in
town the tirst of the week.
Mayor PaI'rk'inisom ll it to IlDt.-Land
Monday. rtoletuling Tuesday.
The .Misses Rolwrts iand 1Met.-all rte-
turned this week to1 their Ohio htmeiis.
nn4 ltu power iii.mliciously i"r nccidl-titly
ulet lC'oult's shlioo shop list Simolnay
night.
It'Infanits white and Iblack s-ks .i and
also a full line of hosiery just nr,-ived atl
Ifendricks.'
Mrs. Miller. who ha s lben with Dr.
Brush's family for some time has gone
to Virginia.
E. LI. Shear and wife exipet to Iauve
today for i tlruise down tihe loust ill
their nivew lauti.ii.
It. M. 11alloryvand 1 iiily l.ft .Mi11ly v
for l'arbondtale. P'a.. wherv thll. will
se lndl the Nluiinier.
Mrs. .1ary Mullon.( of elorgianl. is
visiting witi lher 4son-in-liw 1and dallghi-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Allen.
E. L. ltond in iimoving his hoiise lack k
to ('ottap- g ivenule. pn-paritory toi etret-
inlg a1 IInW )itil i'inon iodiOllis lvsideicii..
The Christian Endeavor S so I'. A. White Friday e'venilng of last x\'eek.
Laur1irnel> Morrisoin returni.d limhone
Monday from LakLe City. whire ll h has
tieiin att*lding Itlie Florida Agricu'llllral
College.
O'ilnlni1do' and Mrs. I'. E. Start-
aihld froin .hlkVso ile last M, n1day oni
the ('lyde Line teaStiln'r. Comainclie. for
Ne'w '' ork.
arY"TIake a look at tinniiVw -oirs'.ts at
Moor' Bros; tillh Kalo and W. IB.
C'. E. Thigpin.i a white manln. and II. A..
J.iakson. 4olordfl, were up llefore tlhe'
Mayor's Court last Suturday for ridiim
without lights.
SOl()nly till' Inst at tihe ;irallililig
Bak.ery.


John L. lidiinm left \Veldnltlhty
Itarlierville, where .e 4 ill remain
TueI'sdaVy. and from three' go4 to
York floor la couple tiiiintl s I isit.
1'3'The Stallman dresser trunks
sold at Moore's.
.... ... iii .. I i ....i.i i II V ... ..... .


Tj lie'%. ooI nq \ill ron- i4 im i m .xe nises
at tlie Baptist Church tomorrow instead
of th, regilar morning exercises. A very
entertaining program has len arraingid.
ItP'last'ry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritious at tlie tirainling IBakery.
John Vanvalkeniurg has shaken their
Daytona du st from his heels and deparlited
Wednesday morning for Pennsylvnnia.
where hi, exiiects to make his fitture
hollie.
.. Suitiln'r haits lfor n and ilioys at
Moore Bros.
Dr. H. 1). !.'rai-ey. ,of lDeland visited,
with his son, H. V. Bra returning home Sunday. Mrs. IH. V.
Brace'y ,''t onlilpaliiel him hlome l ir a I
week's visit.
la'Finest line of ltolionioiad, candiest
the Granlling Bakery.
W. C. Day went up to St.M Augusltinle
Sunday morning and let turned the fol-
lowing day accompanied by Mrs. Day.
who lias ben visiting with friends in tihe
Ancient City for several weeks.
a-fi'(;rahnlm and ryi' I lilad at th,.
G(ramling IBakery.
Messrs. A. E. Shanks. Earl Foster. A.
H. Shihmidt and Erie Mills left Mull-
day for a cruise down tlihe coast. The
boys expect to go as far as 1Miarii if
they can stand tle Inosquitoes.
til u.eililin ir 11 .-i goods aY t v Moon.

John l lThompsonl was .n hand ;it
tlieo|M-rji hioiiu.s lai.-t Saturday ev, ,inii


for


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CALL FOR PkMAY


1). F. Morrimoin wtsas visitor too Bar- THE COUNT ATHERS.
Iferville this week. I

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OW artureframtingan ag 141~t cut t i I;'
to order. Harris*i'hoto 2$tudio. ireniIwrepeet
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No. 1. Enterprise. W. S. Thayer.
2. Orange City, W. C. Cannons.
: 1. Deland. John R. Wetherell.
4" Deleon Springs. RIt. Jones.
m. Emporin. W. H. Hill
Eu. Sevill... I. P. iHealey.
7. Oramnd. W. Imaytona. Rtolert L. Smith.
9, Port Orange,. H. K. DuBois.
1), New Simyrna, C'. C. Moore.
** 11. Oak Hill, II. G. Putnam.l
12. Tonmoka, Mont C'one.
"' 1l:. filenoe. Mose Mauning.
-" 14. Lake Helen. Rolbrt Rawlins.
13. C'lifton. Dawson Brown.
S1. St.son, C. K. 4.ailbreath.
S1 7, Osteen,. I). Brooke.
19. Pierson. S. H. Jones.
The following is a list of the offices t


e the authority estfd u th W
se each moodidat the amo
r iugIte the mspetive ofles ,t '
1;e United tafteS mnator.
e One Reprsmentative hi Colngn
, ondt'ongressional District.
One Justice of the Sapme CoW r
One Secretary of State.
One Comptroller.
Two Railroad Commissionere.
One State Senator, 28th
f District, $50.00 .
Two members of the House of Ble Ie
sentatives. $20.00 each.
One Tax Aessesor, $65.00.
One Tax Collector. $65.00
One County Treasurer, $50.00.
Five County Comnmissioner. $5.0
each.
Three Members of the County Beard
Public Instruction, $5.00 e s. *
One Juptice of the Peace in aad.
District No. 2.
One Constable for each of Distrilet
Nos. 1. 2, 3. 5, 6. 7, 8. 9 and 10.
Each person desiring to have his nain
printed on the Primary Election BeAotN
as a candidate for any State offee othW
than State Senator and Member ofIAgb-
lature, should file with the chairman of
the State Democratic Executive Cor@-
mittee on or before the tenth day of
June. A. D.. 1902, his notice of c
dacy and application to have his .
so printed, upon a blank to be fui
by the said Chairman.
Each person to have his name printed
on the Primary Election Ballots as a
candidate for State Senator, Member of
the Legislature or for any county oMle,
shall file with the Chairman of tbDemo-
eratic County Executive Committee, on
or Before the 24th day of June, A. D.,
1902, his notice of candidacy and appli-
cation to have his name so printed, ae-
companied with the assessment hereinae-
fore specified.


Should a second primary become nse- .
sary the same shall beheldon the twebdk
day of August, A. D., 1902,
to the call of the State Committee; li^
should any money raised by assesi--- t.
of candidates remain unexpended after
said primary election or electiola, t.
the came may be, the same shall be e ..
turned pro rata.'- -
The poll taxes of eMors voting at
to aid primary election must be paid for '


Mr. 1n .Mrs. A. .len t and soil,. .. -A. ..11. -,, a !It'.- I,*' ,I ,, ,.' t,, fill which candidates will be voted for atat the years l900and 1901 on or before
C lirence, i. carted Wednesldaly for i o'r t l -i'"a' 11"' 1i4n I'"' .,- .t 1i d411111 with Il said priniar. and this committee under flfth day of July, A. D., 1902.
t.- r.. V.. Y .,here th iesiv %will sp.., t ,|. l a" e In l ii ill, monllil its dle l the till
sumtli eiir visiting with r]i4-'lli .s ;il i i* in" ",\ l. lr "her .har' on the
friend s.I- I,0l'. '1 It W ill D o N o14
Ii'yi**Lolln,11 F shionsli otI .hithlml -'- <. I t. \W ils. on 'all l I". A.. Storer
t1'lllTr & So\. ,,r,.;, ,,,,intl, ;. .p ,iil oluiil ittee to
Some ofthe wells(on I idgic ood 1,i ..l)(] 11 %e VI 'l to ,* *ntv 4-l-k i7
pa4rtl ahouitaint 0if the longlroiitlitit u- ti. 't 1 t,- (ol' tll ne G o o d to T ell Y o u

partly, it is l.Ilievedl. aeI u.se thir 'res ai 4 1,ill .
s"" many large i ell '"ru inning Aor.. 4t" "" htio. sig 11", i.-..i That summer s here. But it wll do
to waste than iss necesary. "l1itll .r i4f %4 1 --. .- .ii ii it V S Ua
"'."Ik wAar s soV "' : ""laI I you good to know that we have a in

,lin ,'n. a, n.lut i. -, .;': ,line t o, f summer dress and shirt waist t

t .: iil ,i,,li. i ,:la Mill-,4".,4;,,, "',..1"','t- goods, O ford ties and sippers for
fr"o""" n" litri scti+II""''" """-. *""" +"-^ summer suits and stra hats for rnt
the past wintI ,l. lf-was. iirr,..t Mtn t,. I i-l i i tl .n i o dt a.I' al>p. int. .'
"12'""v ly Deputy S 'eit tiff o i iil' '". "ii l ... 41"44 t." t "Il 4N ill. "" "" afor i d hsi
take. n toi DIl.-i liI h shriffmh Tii,1n.r \I.,.I 1l r. Ill *\ lilliil i 4 i'ido n. li gils thil ie adsire <. a t o a r t e .
n'lisday. i k t, ,1 ,'iiii'r1 tti ll- 1114 id -I11 and No I\
I lii \ 1 h.11tii Ili to4 I, ;ioII pla r s .1 -'iti'-;it. l toi .%
Jlll M ,ntn iiTH r..l n' I i tss.ll si. 1,,i,. I.,i,1 I ,, i.. i nll
25 co-iis. I.YlI hSoe I,v i,.. iII h1,, f |i,,. i I I, ia%.. p m., #-I-
D,,iingthe paMt ,,-k. o,,,iy .in,,, ",**, ds. it, ,- ,I -,,,* Our Sam ple Lines M ade-to-
'McCrorl' hias issi.,l thi. follow inu ine i- iI.r -1;i v.h lito lh v %\ ,. ,l .,n, 1.fQor,.W
ia'"'' l"s." To' I.;,i\ ;. .'', "1" 'I." *+"" +'' .... li'l-' M measure Suits are Fine
,l '-il1 a.l. .4l hf. 1 ; lil l' nn i 11.I11 ->f f y" "h, ,\, i ,lr :i",l 11,a|,i,.'i ; 1 1f \h,,
lan ,r Cv ity: V. Day. of N.-, SiM rn n.i ,,tX l'r, i- r i, lrt \ -Sil 11h, -
and L"ila It. Pallive o Ne iin :. l I I' l 1 i 'l o'I'l ;l 1, T h i S e
Louis .M.11rtin, 01f Enoii. iid 'l!;i lh 1 1 ,,'in ,l i 1 12
,'11. of l;I\ to iia ; H cnil .\ I"'1i ;inlll ;lli, ,
Pelrkai l, ll h o i kof e lla 'hl .k, tl it ,; I li i i ,
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THREE TIMES AND FAILED.


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Gray Hair

I have used Aver's lair Vigor
for oer thirtyvea:s. It hlas kept
rmv scalp fi.ef-oni dandruff and
has prexentcd nv ij, r from turn-
inz gra."- i. tI A. Soule,
Billings Mont.

There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor-it i; a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But gradually the old color
comes back,--all the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hairstops falling, too.
St.N a bottle. A:I druggits.


Ask to see samples of the CRAWFORD

& LA FRANCE SHOES. *


Beginning May 1st and

ending October 2nd *

inclusive our store will

close every Thursday at

12:00 noon. s s a


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Tin Democratic County Executivi
Committee met at DeLand Mondaj
evening and isnsud the following call foi
a primary election:
The Democratic County Executive
Committee of Volusia county. Florida
herel)by aills a Deniocratic Primary Ele-
tion in and for said county. to be held on
July 13th. A. I).. 19042. in compliance
with the rules and regulations as pre-
s 'rilWieid by thin State Executive Com-
Initt,'e at their meeting in the city of
Jacksonville on tihe f'ifteenth dayofApril,
190.i2. except that the laws of the State
of Florida not having provided for the
opening of the registration lx)oks on
the dates as fixed by the State Demo-
eratic Executive Committee, towit:
lune 12. '1: mid 14. 1902, the nemnbern
of thee County Ivinioeratic Executive
Commnlttee in their respective precincts
will act ais registration officer in the pre-
vilnts from whiIch they are a member,
for the lpIrpol.me of registering any andall
persons entitled to register under the
call its made by the State kDemocratic
Executive Committee as aforesaid, and
the maid registration officers hereinafter
1na11m are lereby ordered to open regis-
tration loooks in their respective pre-
vine m on the days ordered by the State
Executive I'ommnittee in their call as
aforesaid. to-wit: June 12. 13 and 14,
1902.
Thie mememirs of the county y Committee
who arl to act as registration officers
exceptt in precincts Nos. 3, .3. 8 and 10,
when other th thantlhe member of the
L'Conty Committee has Ibeten appointed)
ire 1as follows:


V.-If nl-uwm AnA mir nrid%-m the 14)"-i-st ixotasible.


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I myT=TOMA GZETTE4EWS.
Published Every Saturday.

EDW. FITZGERALD, P-nu8s.iL

Subeeription ($1.50 per Year in Advance.
V-timh Notices 10c per Line Each Time.


PORT MANGE ITEMS.

A sister of Mrs. D. Dupont is visit-
ing her.
Doctor DuBois is having an artesian
well driven.
Master Harry Bracy is visiting his
cousin Master Koert DuBois.


Entered at the Postocffe at Daytona, R. S. Nelson, salesman for the C. B.
Florida, as Second Class Matter. Rogers Co.. was in town last week.


Saturday, June 7. 1902.

Volusia county is fast becoming one of
the Irish potato growing counties of the
State. The land is an well adapted to
raig this tuber as any in Florida. and
it is probable that within the next few
years Volusia will market as many as
St. Johns' county does at the present
time.


JUDGE JONES SAYS "NIT."

Judge Jones of the circuit court has
rdused the petition for mandamus
brought by Democratic County vcom-
mittee of this county, to compel Super-
S vior of Registration J. RI. Wetherell to
open the registration books for the pri-
amaries. The Judge in his order says
that the petition is denial because the
petitioner is unable to show that lie is
or will be deprived of any of his legal
.rights. The case was brought in the
same of Edward Fitzgera!d, a legally
qualified citizen. who desires to register
so as to vote at the primaries. As is
well known, this was a test case made
by the Democratic executive committee
to determine whether or not the rules as
promulgated by the State Executive
Committee, providing for an official reg-
iltration, could be followed legally. It
was-generally concluded from the first
that the official registration looks
*Ould not be opened for the priniaries,
bltthe committee desired a judical rul-
ing on the question.
The county lk.n-moratic campaign com-
mittee will send out registration books,
so that IDemocrats otherwise qualified
S ad who have not registered on the of-
S flal books may register for the prima-
rim. When these books are returned a
committee will be appointed, who will
take from the registration books and
transfer to the committee's books the
names of gill registered Democrats.
These books will then be given to tlhe
collector, who will indicate who have
paid their poll-tax and are qualified to
vote.-DeLand Supplement.
as .


The Way Cr elmel Turn..
The question Is often asked, Why do
cyclones -whirlwinds" and tornadoes
all persist in the polar whirl from right
to left? Astremoiical speculators have
supposed that all the planets once ex-
lsted as rings of thinly scattered matter
around the sun and that these rings


Prof. C. Straub is having considerable
repairs made on the Flemming residence.
Mrs. S. J. Fox is having her residence
in the South end of town put in good re-
pair.
Doctor Bracey of DeLand spent some
days with Doctor and Mrs. DuBois last
week.
Win. Johnson is improving his town
property by painting the house and
building a barn.
1. 0. Gesner has built a handsome
fence along the Dunlawton avenue front
of his home place.
Mrs. A. A. Weeden has her grand-
daughter. little Miss Annie Turner, of
DeLand staying with her.
Miss Caroline McDaniel returned last
week from her trip down the river with
her brother, E. F. McDaniel.
Mr. Fair does not look so solemn now
since Mrs. Fair and the children have re-
turned, after being away all winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McDaniel and the
boys went down to Ponce Park to spend
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jones.
Geo. Johnson has bought a large sail
boat which he intends using to carry
palmetto leaves across the river to the
Lufbery factory.
Mrs. F. T. Barron and Ines left for
Tallulah Falls, Ga., last week. Mrs.
Barron is going to keep a hotel in that
delightful summer resort.
Frank Butler and his eldest daughter
left last week for Ohio to spend the sum-
muer with big sister, hoping that the
change will do the little gill good.
Rev. Mr. Arnold informed us that on
Sunday the 13th lie would deliver an
address in Grace church here telling what
is being done by the missionaries in
Africa: all are invited to be present.

The Best Prescrptiem Ior Malaria
Chill and Fever is a bottles of GxovKl'
TASTELKES8 CHII. TONIC. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure. No Pay. Price .50 cents.


NEW SMYRNA HAPPENINGS.
Breeze:
Mrs. J. P. Turner revived a handsome
new piano last week.
Miss Lillie Turner left last Friday for
Marietta, Ga., for a visit with relatives.
The steamer Oregon brought down a


were annular segregation from a large excursion party from Daytona last
vague. Irregularly scattered mass that Sunday.
turned one way in spiral courses, thus
determining the direction In which the Peaches from Lake Helen pass through
rings revolved, and all the rest from New Smyrna daily for the northern
this took the same course. market.
But." you say. "why did the nebula
revolve at all?" It grew from chaos. The additions to the cellar at Ronnoc
and chaos presumably possessed an n-. Grove Vineyard are about complete. T.
berent motion from right to left This J. Murry did the brick work and Con-
being the case, from that time to this tractor Whelden the carpenter work.
uM moo., stars, planets, cyclones and
toradoeslve adhered too ig Work on the F. E. C. Ry. round house
bhabi at this place is progressing very satis-


TIUE TABLE.
Week beginning June 8. 11*M)2
mHIa TIDitE.


a. in.
Sunday.............................. 9:.4
Monday..............A............. 9:50
Tuesday...........................10:47
Wednesday....................... 11:45."
Thursday........................12:07
Friday............................. 1 :0
Saturday....................... :03
LOW" TaID.


Sunday.............................
Monday............................
Tuesday...........................
W ednesday......................
Thursday.......................
Friday...............................
Saturday...........................


2:47
3:40
4:33:
3:30
6:27
7:2:1
S:17


p. m.
9:16
10:10
11-08

12:42
1:4041
2:34

2:5
:1:54
4:54

4:5 4
7:3S
7 :.",l;


What this Boy's


Mother Says

has been said by the mothers of
many other boys and girls, re-
garding the wonderful curative
and strengthening qualities of

MU;' Nervine

IAs'rrn., NIts.
"Our little boy, Ilarrv. had spasms
for3 years and we feared the disease
wmuld affect his mind. Though we
dActasedcontinually he grew wor e and
hd tea spasms in one week. Our at-
fteim was directed to IDr. Miles'Nerv-
te and we began its use. When he
had taken the fourth bottle the thepasms


factory. It is being sheeted with gal-
vanized corrugated sheet iron. It covers
four tracks.


W. P. Shryock had the old fish house at
the end of the old railroad dock moved
this week. This is another step forward,
as it removed an unsightly building that
obstructed the view of the river.


Yes Know What Ves Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine iu tustelesss
form. No Cure, No Pay. 27.'.

The man who goes all the gaits will
become unhinged after awhile.

To Cure a CoMd i one Day.
Take Laxative Ironio Quinine Tablets-
All druggists refund the limonev if it fails
to cure. F. W. Grove's signature oni


PENINSULA INATENINiS.

Work on A. C. Barnett's cottage is
commenced. Contractor Burdick has
charge.
Most of the cottages on the beach are
rented and many of them already occu-
pied for the season.
Next Sunday, the eighth. is Children's
Day at the little chapel. Come and be
entertained by the little people.
Mrs. W. M. Hall. of Jacksonville. is
visiting her mother. Mrs. Barnett, and
will remain to enjoy the breezes of old
ocean during the whole of the summer.
Mr. Keating and family have moved
here from Palatka for the season, and
are occupying one of the- attractive little
cottages he -rcently erecot.il near the
pavilion.


'A LAWYER'S EXPERIENCE.

The story of a Covareted Man, a
Pardon and a Polater.
"A good many years ago," said a well
known Michigan lawyer who was reinm-
iniscencing the other day, "I became
greatly Interested in a state prison
case. A young farmer was charged
with having driven off ten out of a
flock of twelve sheep and sold them to
a butcher. Hle put up a fair defense.
but was convicted and sentenced to a
term of three years.
"There were plenty of people who be-
lieved that he was perfectly innocent,
and even the butehesl who bought the
sheep came in time to doubt if he had


Ocean street is being paved through to identitled the right party. After the case
the Goodall boulevard, and several build- had stirred up a whole county 1 took a
ing lots have been recently sold to par- hand In it. In my petition to the go-
ties expecting to erect cottages in the ernor I had the evidence of the young
nrarman's father, mother and sweetheart.
near future, and I got eight of the jurors to sign it.
It is rumored that Mrs. Spangler has I made out such a good case that the
accepted a position with one onrhIestra governor took it under advisement and Nice Rigs.
at a resort in the North and will leave finally agreed to Issue a pardon. In

here in a few days. Mr. Spangler will speaking to me of the case he said:
i e r"'There Is no sort of doubt in my
remain in charge of "Surf ('rt." mind that this was a case of mistaken Pronimpt anl
Mrs. Frank Pons, of Jacksouville, whoi, identity, and I shall be only too glad to
has been spending several days with her restore the young man to liberty.'
aunt, Mrs. Barnett. returnedlhone i "It became smy pleasant duty to drive
aunt, Mrs. arnett. returned ho o seven miies over the inuddiest of roads
the first. She contemplates rtiUlrning to iear the news to the parents that a
about the 21th and renalining for t lie pardon was to be issued. The old man lPhiioin 2101
summer. was under the weather and in bed in a
We are glad tu have the families tf room nff the parlor. the wife received
Mr. Horace. Stewart and Dr. Vim Valza then went in to break it to her bus- .
with us again. Mr. Stewart is occupy- band. That partition wall was thin. W.
ing his own cottage near the pavilion and they both spoke in loud tones, and
and the Doctor occupies one of the Keat- I plainly heard her say:
ing cottages. "'Oh. Sainuel. there's a man here
who says our John Is to be pardoned
tomorrow !

NEWS FROM ORMOND. -: 'Yes; is ifer, *;ain *"ly P
-- "'Going to be pardoned right out.
It is now a settled fact that Arthur ebh
McNeal is express agent. "'Yes:he is.' Mad
'Waal, waal. that's good news. Say.
We have had abundant rainfall. whli li Mary. what n fool John was not to get
was much needed in our vicinity. the other two sheep while he was about I ;.irtry i
It.'


Northrop K n ef on ."1 'eft the rejoicing frmnhouse. In-
young people will greatly miss hii. tending to wire the governor to with-

Mrs. E. C. Tatnan, of Valdosta. in.. hold the pardon." said the lawyer. "but
Sviiting her thr. Mr. t- it presently struck me that I had ad-
is visiting her mother. Mrs.Jiames taim-
tvanced about twenty good reasons why
tol, the you:ng man couldn't be guilty, and
The homes of Messrs. ('oliy and M.ison I therefore decided to sing small and
are greatly improved by the adtlition of let things go on. lHe was duly pardon-
new fences. ed and sent home. annd the governor!
never imeti me for yenrs after without
The children are ipr.-:iring excri.ses congratulating me on rehabilitating an
for Children's Day, which they r.elebrate. nnoent iman wrongly convicted!"-De-
at t chu oSndatrult I ree Press.
at the church otn SMindiivy.


Watermelons anm, oiiiinig in, amd tlhe
small boy is haipvy. Mount A taiitll i


COOKING HINTS.


had the first nilons of th' 7aIson. For n change try boiling apples in
sweet citder. When alpples begin to
The fishernien lire having thie sport. as get tasteless, this makes a change.
they can now vatchi almost ai'ything 'Cocoa loses that raw taste if it is al-
ther wish in the briny waters of thI lowed to simmer for a good five min-
Halifax. utes after being added to the boiling
amlilk.
Ed Russell has igivenli p tli tie Iil ar- A cut potato dropped in the fat in
ket, and left Monday for New York City. which vegetables are to be fried will
Ross Adams will supply the lo.plef with indicate the proper temperature by
meat a fish. turning brown.
mt and fish.e charcoal tires for broiling if
Quite a numloer 4)f the o.inintr leopl.' you wish for perfect cookery. The hot
went on an excursion tto the T"mlnioka flames close the pores iluickly. and the
cabin otin Tuesday. fishing and l aning result is tcry terlihn eat.
l Fr il)'relarina soup f-r iuvalids
were the pastites. make a griat point of hdeli.;e flavor-
Ingis. Avoid Iln ich turnil oor carrtt
andii instead have it suspicion of buy
COFFEE ADULTERANTS. letaf s\te't herbs aiutI luace.
The List Ruan Throumh the Alphabet WVhl roasting a chicken ill the
From A tlphab W. oven. rast it in the usual way until it
If all of the substances that pass is nicely brown, then turn it back up-
through a coffee grinding machine dur- ward and let it remain so until cook ed.
nlug the year should he written In al- It will be found that the Juice of the
phabetical order. "a" would begin the (chicken runs into the breast and makes
list with acorns, and "w" would end it It moist and delicious.
with wormwood, sprouts of which are
sometimes used to give the debased she Played the Trump Card.
coffee a slight aromatic bitter taste. "How did site get here?" At a famous
Adulteration occurs largely in the dancing assembly this was the quite
coffee that is sold in the ground form. nu'lible comment made by several mar-
Several coffee berry factories have ried belles when a beautiful young nma-
been discovered in Europe which were tron as yet on the outskirts of the ex-
doing a large and profitable business clusive set entered the room. The new-
by molding an admixture of tanbark. comer. whose tirst appearance it was.
stove rust. clay,. sawdust, chicory, proved 'herself quite eilual to the occa-
coffee sediment and coffee meal Into sion. S-he hadil a nodding acquaintance
a neat berry by the aid of some agnlu- with nearly every woman in the room.
tinant. and these berries were .o. well Some of them even went to her lunch-
made that the deception vras not dis- eon parties. Calmly turning to the most
covered for a long time. This produc- supercilious critic in the room, she ech-
tion had a large sale among the lower oed as thlohil in reply:
classes of Russia and Poland, and. P"How did I get here? I drove here,
mixed with the genuine coffee berry, my dear Mrs. Crossbenm. Did you
its sale was quite lively in other parts v.-ulk?"-Lippincott's Magazine.
of Europe. An h ll.
Uuroasted coffee berries s' often ...l .


'eii"li io\: 25c-n. "made from oat and rye fliir indl corn-
meal. The natural aroma of these
grains is destroyed by some process.
Tie need of anexcusithestepmother -and after the proper amount of coffee
he need of an excuse thetpoter aroma is added the berries are formed
of invention. and caused to maintain their shape by
--- ----- some adhesive substance. The test
Noi Loiss O TIME. usually employed to discover this de-
I ha-ve sol 'haterlin's Coilic Cholera ception is to place the beans in a re-
and liarrhoea tRemiedy for years. ani ceptacle containing warm water, which
would rather Ie out of coffee and sugar will dissolve theit in a few hours.-
than it. I soldi five bottles f it vester-1 Hor<,lulu Star.
day tol thartslers that could go nofinurther
and they are at work again this morn- i Period of Growth.
ing.-. R. iPh ell, ilyniut, Oklahomia I Children born between Scp'tmher
As wfli Ili seen iyv the above tithreshers and February are. some authorities
were ale to keep oin withv their' iork state, not so tall as those born In the
vithoutlsingItaSingle Stte. ou summer and spring mnoith, and the
sh k a le c growth of children is miunch more rapld
o frthm March till August. The extreme.
I ties grow rapidly up to the sixteenth
MOTHER MAN O N lEnlWRN \year. then there is a slow growth till
AR MN GONE WRONG.! the thirtieth year. The legns chiefly
I grow between the tenth anid seven-
For about three montlis A. II. hiank tletellt year.
has liesen missing from Mitontecello. His Coinparing lie general results. it np-
;riends have been making every effort to pears that there are six periods of
locate him lbut withltout avail. Depiity growt'I The tirst xtine.is up to the
Sheriff Rodgers finally located him nlit : sixth or eighth year andi is one of very
Pon P'ark an went down After hiui rapid growth; the seolnd period,1 from
nce a wentdo afterhil eleven to fourteen yearss, growth is
Thursday. slow: the third period, from sixteen to
The nman semllns tol be out of his niindi seventeen; the fourth period shows a
and says he tried to comnimit, suicide slow growth up to the age of thirty for
twice by drowning, but the water was I height. uil to fifty for chest girth: the
so cold that he gave up the job. Hack fifth period is one of rest. from thirty
is a highly educated man. being a gradu- to fifty years: the sixth period is char-
ate of Harvard. He wa tin acterized by a decrease in all dimen-
ate of Harvard. He was nt one tin. .. -A ....


Ilridget antl I'at were siltin-" in nna
arinchiair reaciig 'in article on "'The
Law of Colmpensatiotn."
".uist fancy." exclaii med Bridget.
accordingin to this. whin a mon loses
wan av 'is sinses another gits more de-
veloped. For instance. a blind muon
gits more sinse av heiarin' tin' touch.

"Shure. an' it',s quite thrue." answer-
et PatL "O)i've noliticed it neself'.
Vlini a moin lias w:in lte shorter than
the other. bei'rr:i the other's longer."
-iPhiladelphia Times.

Man's Unkind Cut.
"Miss D. doesn't ha'ie a single for-
elgn laIelI on hier trunks aind bags, not
a sign that she ever has li iithem l out
of the country," said the girl who at
thle end of a six weeks' trip abroad
surveyed her plastered over luggage
with pride and dnaiiraticn.
"All. well. you see Miss I). doesn't
Biced to." replied the unkind Inani. "She
Pies across so often. and every one
knows it."-New York Press.


tuah That KMm lekh Othei.
One of the queerest sharks is tie
thrasher, which has the upper lobe of
Its tall so much developed as to equal
In length the body of the fish Itself.
This tail is controlled by powerful
usustles and is used as a weapon.
Sn.ordlish and thrasher sharks have
lreI stee': on liany oea(lsions to attack
w!il lis in :i('ccrt and kill them, the
1s .. .. l:i tail- t \ t.l. I'l1' ';m.,rdllislh pierce them
r-' i I.e: :w. (On [e i l>her hand. sharks
i: >. vi;ii. "'.''.'21 .rrwiind ai shark
i- .iv to l.-alh with their


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lIcktIks meet all Trains.



Coiirteoui attention given
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I- it or lined by tleh C01ommon Council of
,dil. Fh1 the City of Dayton;. .
dll. a. section I. OwliHer of buiildilngsi. within the i E?
citv shall he at liltrty to number the sanine but
s-hill conform to the following plan:
IS0uttion -2. Beach Ptreet shall lIe the tb ie, ()
Ice C ineo In inieriig west therehf:; Voin-imt
Se ne ii hall be the hase line in nulimhcrihig
Managr. north and so th thereof.
pec. tion 3. For iinimbering purposes'. lot oil
the official map of the ity 'tiiilll e d(lividlel
Sinto eilmli prt s of f Ii% t1tv-ive vC .et as nearly
as pos-ble anl. a iimuber awi,rdl.'l to ,'eoh
f tid p art. All nlllnhutrllg to the oil.itrlllng to
thie Pliilaileiiph .Systemni. as nearly a- I'os-
sihle.
.Se tion 4. Each rte'. Ct ive It lck in lea.li
V rpectiv' strec-m sImll Iniiiuinlberrd toi omt
i f iiiiundrl<' an1l in hlaianlmringi nortli or ioitih ,or
I Ae-t fromni the tirlt llo<-k a new higher 4i.,ise-
IC E ('ilve veijil. itr tshaili Oiiiiiieimene with eta.h nl'i
bhi.'k.
Section 5 Whoever shall nnmler otherwise
killed Water. Iliai as hTerein Ibefr iibe % shall be liable lo t aine of five doilhirs:
Sand whoever after notice from the vily Itj
otifoarm .-cl.i irregtular nilimher to ithe revij)iire-
l tol j ,enit of t ii irlinitiice atinl shall p.rsi't in
to 12 .Stlllilyrt. retaining si-lih irre,.'ilar iiiiimer. .hall i l
liablee 1o alln ailltionlil tine o, five dollars for
each ode-iis,. i.ntl lor every r petition ther-ifl.
lii.sed on first rst hlinig April IlPh. Imi.t.
li'ia,.t.l on s .t4olid renaiiiK April zsth. *I' P2
Pl'assed ion hirl reading %lay 12tii, .r-1. *
Approved: I{
J. B. i'A.\RKIN.iN.
41S Mav r
IHAS. 1. .MI. .11,
P're. oi Coinril. oi


Volusia Avenue and Railroad.

Dizzy?

Then your liver isn't acting
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
For 60 years they have been
the Standard Family Pill.
.Small doses cure. Ald..,


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brown or rih li 't. ri.- Thri t:-'t
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ROOMS.


N. ERICKSON

Cabinet Make

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floors ail Windol w S'reen- '
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Attest.
J. W WILKIN. ON.
i liv Clerk


(Fir.t piib. .Mavy :1: Ila t ?.lll. JIi lit 'I
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. -
Nslti,-c i- hererby givnt.i to ail ,redliit(,rs. Iflv-
tee' andl li-triltti-s al ilI isil ipvr-oii- hi viiia
clai ucgiaiinu-t or inthrc-t in Milt *et.ite *i4 .lf-ir-.
B Cihlet.raft. ,hi4-i-l.latc ,,f Vr.lii'ia 4 'liiuty -. N t
Floriilu, to P| Ir-t-n tl th,-'.;ileto. tl tie iunii.er-iiti,.'t
withili toio p cir- fr omii lhr- -loti -f tli i. j ,tii'.
or tlihe iit- %% ill t't forever barrc-'l.
Mnv A., A, 1).. r".
MARTlH A .A. Il.I-IEY.
rxti-uitrix if tih t'-ltal 1o .I;n1 'b
B H U'lht ratl. ,l '.-as.-i,.01 | I


.ea tiful
tho NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
'"kr* CHARTER.
Notie i i'he'rby. given that oil lor
ailouit thle lltth day oil .limnt. A. AI.. 9102. -
thel uuhdersigned inmtrpowlliritotis willapp[ly
i thit ,e nmoralle Mimior S..l Joles, .11i1ige-
if thle 4h'i-1lit Court, Seventhi .Iludiiall
Circuit ofl 'Florida. for his approval oitf a
Charter of Ilncorporatioll of all .Aso-
iiation to lit known as the I'inevwood
C4I'eiietery Association. to lie Ihcated t i
o oodlatill. ( C ot county. v o, ,iridii. Th1i obljec.t i.inig the
Ichi pii las iof thle illtel y nlow known as
il'nwoold Ceietery. tolay out. improve.
lw-nutify iind i-eserw -r the t sanllet; and fo ir
that pur'lol.se toi ilispostc of liu'ri;il lts.
1 v ie'ie idonationils anid solicit suls..ril-
tions. all of w% which art to be in accordaii-
with l te laws of Florida providing for
tlie gn riti ig iof tlihrters to cor iort nations
not tor profit.
Thi proposed. charter li-ing tin tilte in
Sthe ioteive of thie 'lerk of the C'ircuit Courtii
of Volusia County during the 'Indiancy -
of this notice. Signed.
JOHN It. PIARKINSON
A; '. M. Ih I.HAM. ,.11.
'ARMitIE CARTER
L.wit-:.: THOMPSON
SIl Ms. E. .1.. ABBiOTT
.1. M ). 4s piti
I)ated this 1 Ith day;iv of May. A. I)., 19iT2.


Steam and Hot Water He-a
stiimates Furnished. Work G
P. 0. Box 285
theei. at European Hotel. Ahop li
DAVTONA. FLOItIDA.



WHISKEY SS11
Mention this paper and shd Mfr
l'rice List.
Winston Dis.
Winston. N. C.
Lowest Price Whiskey House.



S. H. Gove,

l UHIT-T. BUl'IEI.R ANI Co nps"M
silence and office northeast corMI
Ridlgewood and Volusia avenuiM
h'one M!). Daytona, Flori


Ocean House,
F. W. SAMS. Proprietor.
.'2.0< pwr Day and CUpwaA-;.
Sl#.cial to Reguilar Boarders.
w SMYRNA. FLORIDoA.


IEADACHI


At A EnqgMweL as- -


Anyone s ading a mketteh sd sw ,u
qufckiy urtinour Oviaboa u
lionas t ko
sent fr4eVL eut ag.eny a e eta
Patents takes t ruhm Muans""C& =


Ahandncvnely i~tntratt -IwekyJms
o-liatiian t'f any iat'efltld,~a~ Trs
yeatr; fourmtint ha. f- -uvWbys s




Bingham & Maley,


P4itttlhd4qt dO


i (First P'ub. April 26'; last May :11) l-UIALiLUil
Citation of AdministWation.
'In IConlil tv Court. ,,. Undertake
Voll nsi County,i Floridail'it iltlln
IV T 1HiE JUlGE I-: iii-" S liU I'iNTV:
Whereas. I'. I.. Smith has appili.edi to
this 'Coiurt for letters of .Adnjiiistrltitoi IFPaints and Oils
ion thie Estatse if Artlhur Forest, I, decease.I.
late of said illi ont4y of Vollsii.
'These are thirefre, to cite.i114 :anitl-
imonish all and sinihmilar the kindred Miil Tf o
i-redlitors of saidl,, i-eas.-.I, tio I aiial lap- NCW n o W
pdeiar Iliefore this Court. ,ill or liefior thl.
and Basld ay lanif *uH.f111'- I, 1 912, anltih i Baske and Han
objections., if any they .vhav-e, to thegranit- san I 11a
ing letters as af oresaid.t,, ther'wise' ti
isamile will e glralited. as ir.ayeid.
Witness my linllie as 'County .1lindie of
'icture the county aifores-aidl. this 2:trl1 d;y of Indurated W at
inds of A"pril". 1 4. "I. L .11 n.u ra a
at.. Couti.Inie.


NOTICE 01F iARNISHMENT.
To .J*-I i,'e ourt. 7tli Ilist rirt.
I\ olisi1j:a ounty li lo. i iiai
lloiunt & Stantl n. IPlaintiff I
V s 0
arndi.11 Grihfil
To artl iti l (iriilffill. tf iit t ail
all oth rs whii it it 0a el'rtri:
'T'ak e hof ti .e that a wm'rit of-arii'hii iit
hIS li.ell isstledi in thi ll abtve naliti.- itilS.i,
a tin atliat youir proijlerty ill thi.l' liiat.l of
tlie Floridia Fast Coilst Railway I vCu-il-
pany hias .ii 1t garnis'lie vl. No\\. i nl-..s
you appear Iefor f. 1M.V Wallhi.*e Inls-
tie.. iol tliht Ie.. in aill il ft r i l,t S' v" niii
Distrir-t of Voilu.-sial 4" u1ty.il loric li i ll. on
,e I ,0 f ir .li ly 7. l i 2 ltl, i lt .in, '' i!l
IN, I.r i-'ain illst .v o n11.
I'i.o vrA S-r \ IO I'liii ;ii,


Vol


tes


Loolers,


Al Refrigerators.



Daytona Telephone

Company


Notki of Appl*ction for TaxlDieed untcer
Nothlui Too Good. tctlole 8 of Thapter 45s5. 1..s til fFlorida
MNosc .( otli h son-P- ilt liliimnent you sold .<;. Not i.- is heIlt',' 'iVet itin \l. I- M ,r-
ule (liil mi:ih wife Ilots ob good. i ri*0ilon. llrc.liiasl..i oif Ta\ 4.eiit ilit, a Noi
)ruiggist-W\\hy, that was horse liii- Ti IMN ilt \,'l'l-. YII) i .h |l;l.s 141. ,lated 1t t, lih ,;. ,,t if .-ilt,. .\. i.%
fient: You said you wanted it for a i-t ;illt n -. .. 1is11 lhias iledsl.ail .e.tifi-: in t i otl -
horse. ll a l ic. .;ail ihas maiilie aippllliei tioiI folr ta\
Mlose .ohnson-Ah did, suh: but dar \'I' till ,i* i I't. *leed to issue in airtelan;ie with liaw.
ain't nutliu' too good fo' mah ole wo- i iTh'l tiils utput oi 01 1 o t ill -i uistts s *ii. t t idr'ti t.;itt iiiill;i,. ti lhl t ini,_,
main nt-eder. Jes yo' understand' dat! ,I fall \airi.,ti.t oi. f 'cni- il.. i l ri ,.i y .i-itl .d in V. ,,l-ii
S.u:iitv .. Fh V irihi : It.: o ef S. \
-Puck. Ill. I ... .. AS -.. -, P 1t I S. Italiaa 2 S (14) h''


4'.*


FOR
First Class W
SA.\LL ON THEIR

Daytona Steal

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HOW




I EN N IN 1;.


some& .PLUMBING, A8 FITnIN6e,
ao s o at eeth and (HOVWATER HEAi
fixM Cd f k elria. LOCATED I5 NTE MAoJ12c
In ec y. 'Phone 87.
In the matter of the applition of
Be1le .. Davmport to bisomae a fre
Thi day this case came on to be JA ME
heard upon the report of H. F. Dog PRACTICAL
Master in Chancery, that the said peti-
tioner is qualifed to take charge of and
manage her own estate and property
and to become a free dealer Formerly of New York
And the Court being satisfied from F e of e or

such report and the evidence therewith V y B st
submitted, that the said petitioner is
capable, and qualified to take charge of on.all kinds of
and manage her own estate and pro- C -.
perty and to be-o l a free dealer in O31T oa11
every respect: It i4 hereby ordered.
adjudged and decided that the lptitioner Direct aed Indiriet,
Illeie I. Davenport be and she is hereby HOT WATER and STEAM
licensed, authorized and empowered to Laundry Drying Plants 1
take charge of, manage and control her Furnished and
own estate and property, to contract F i a
and becontracted with. to sue and be All Work Done at the Very Lo
sued. and to hind herself in all respects estimates Chel
as fully as if she were unmarried, and to,
i.ecome Ie reedea'er in every res t, ; Furnished.
1I u1mn publishing a copy of this decree' .
once each week for four successive weeks Telepihon G64. DAYTONA,]
in the Gazette-News, a newspaper ipub- i
lished in VoluMsi County, Florida.
S Dated this -2th d"ay ofMay.A.D. 1902 O OR
(Signed) MI.Noi S. .JONsK4, SO SB
Judge Seventh .Idicial Circuit,
4t junl0) State of Florida.

An Osdinasc. to Rgelate Me |
Numblwian of smaildilg imn aS
in CW iity o lf Drtoni.


Sluc JLJLJLLA J-4LV16L


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' a A Ur CST RAILWAYs


LICAL -liE CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15,190


I Wi L ni MAIN LINE.


TrHBOUND-READ UP.
Nlo. 7 MN. 32
Daily Iailiy


Il aLT....................Jacksonville.................... Ar ? 00 p 8.5a
1 9 MLv .................. do. Jacksonville.................. Lv 6 53 p 47 a
SlJ p 'a ,......................St.Aumustine..................... 6 50 p 7 45a
1 11p 1 Ua,........................ HasMtings ......................... 6lp 71oa
SnpaU a s..................... East Palatka .................... ftop 656a -
P 1---: ....................... Neo..................... ..... i 2 p, 6r &I
Sp ........................ Bunnells ....................... i14p 609a
S..................... Dupont a ............... .
Sl p ......................... Ormond n ........................ 3 ti p 5 34 a,
p.p.p.. ..p. .r.................242p53:a: f
16 I lp........................ D aytonao......................... 3 l> 5 27 a
.......................onp eB...................... 6
I. p ...................... ew Sm yr a ...................... s opi A a W
........ P .............. ........Oak Hill...... ....... ......
....... 3 p ....................... Titu lle. .....Titu.............. | ... .. p
....... s p ............................. Coco ............o......... .... ........
0 ....... l p ..................... .. .o ure. ..................... 1 S p ....... .
0 ....... I pP ....................... a Gs ia ....................... t9p ......i..
4O ....... I p ........................ Melbourne ........................ 12 3I 0 .......
S g ....... n p ..................... ...8eb ourne........................ lIl % a .......
....... p ....................... St Lucie.. ...................11 a.......
....... ip .................... Fort Pierce....................... I oa.......
....... 6l0p ...................... White City.......................los.... 1 ....... -
S ....... p .................... Tibbals .................... in 3a* .......
S ....... .p ........... .......... .. Eden..n........... ........... 10 28a'....... a.
....... I ........... ............. Jensen....... ...........10 21a .......
g ....... l p ...................... H ope 8ound ........... .......... .If 41 a ....... -<
....... p ....................... W est Jupiter ....... ... .. ......... 9 a .......
S ....... 0 p ............ ....... WestPalm Beach ........ ........... a .......
....... O ,p ........... ............Boynion ........................' K :3a .......
....... i Ot p.......... ..... Ft. Lauderdale .................... 7 ......
...... p ...... ............ Lem on City ..................... 6 ,,a ......
....... I p ................. M iam i .................... 6 4 ......
BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN ;5 AND 78.
BRANCH LIES SCHEDULES.


PALATKA AND ZABT PATLATKA.
fM ail& ao. 49. 471 STATIOSo. 46 No. 48 No. 60 No. 64 Mo.
I D I Daly il,s I ATIOS. ally Daily ail ilv


ABSURD COSTUMES.
Outeonme of a Curlous Wager Made
In England In 1800.
A wa -er was made in 1800 in the cas-
tie yard. York. England. between
Thomas Hodgson and Sanmuel White.
2. head as to which should succeed in as-
vumltflg tl:e most singular (h:ir.eter.,
ITniro<,. were sehleted < hos duty it
iwas o .lde abstlylity ,if the <'o-tulrnm inll which the
two t1ine;1 '.v're to ailpll..:'. OnI the iap
-4 pointed dayi. lhlol:sun :'m tlwfore the
S inti red's l(de'oritt-d .* i!t i la niknot.sa of
varrons values,. his ,;i ou a d v' st being
entir,-.y cover'u; nith tiht-' Besides
S those l had :: rw d ;.f live guinea
p3" lees d own his l:,'i a in ttcd purse of
g gold a round his lie. ;t n d a placard on
his back bearing hl- leg-end. "John
Bull."
S 1Whitehead canue on the scene dressed
like a wvouian on one side. one half of
b his f(:ie painted and a silk stocking
and slipper on one foot andil l ;. The
4 other hai If ,of his fnic. was I.l:tnkened
Fo as to rescinlmle a ntagro. On the cor-
respowiding side of his body he wore a
gaudy loIn tailed linu:i ecit. his leg
on that side being incased in half a
pair of Ilether breeches and a boot
with a spur. lie wore a wig of sky
blue braided down his back and tied
with yellow. red and orange colored
ribbons.
One would naturally fancy that he
presented the most singular and ludi-
crous appf.;rain'e. lint tlhe umpires
must haIv thought differently. as they
awarded the stakes. some 21 to IIodg-
_- son.


. i9
lily


1-4---- I5-.u n v I I I-- Amerlean "Econonmy.
TM pl tip 3 *p l 1 I a 6 50 a L .T fPalatka .......Arl 6 25i 7j 25xa 12 03 r 5 2Sp 7 $5p .. ..
TP l P1plUpt!ll ta0 6l5-111p apgood in Ainslev's. is the economy
MAYPORT BRANCH. that consists in doing things Ont a large
s ll IT M U '1o.I N0.ol 6 aNi. 18 No. 2 scale, in producing much rather than
aljly Dilly DIAly TATIx1s. Daily I ilyj Daly In saving little. The old system of
S 3M' aiL .... ...................Jak..........Arr S.-8 5U25p *p economy consists In picayune retrench-
as1! oajLvl... ...... ...SouthJackonvll .. ... 8l17. lp 622 p went. "Take care of the pennies. and
30p W i 5&a Lv ........... ..... Pablo Beach ........... Lv 7 45a1ll l, a 6 0p the ,oI rs ill take c'i. e of then,-
30p kIra Lv ... ... .. .... Atlantle Beach ... I t 7 40ia 1 4. 6 pl
l10_ Ar .......... ......... Mayport..... Lv 7 2 a 11 25 a 5 30 selves.' is. from a l!odlrntl point of view.
BAL MATEO BRA CIL. as false as it is trite. That a hundred
French families can live on what one
S. 5T 45 IoN. 46 No. 68 Americain family throws away is an ex-
"Iy Daily STATION. i.y Daily aggeration. but wre it not it would
lU p i 1Sa I.v...... ......... ... East Palattkn ar............ .............. Ar 6 00a I 40 p Indicate then soundness of American
3525 3 a Ar .....-M...snMan o .... l.. S 40 8 lP economy, not the lack of it. Whence
SANPORD BRANCH. j ORANGE CITY BRANCH. comes the trenmvndovs ener-,y of our
S- ------- nation in business. in production. in
t TyTIDi-. iy ail ns. Dliyi Daily growth generally. in practical improve-
yIp a- ---- --- merits and itiventions' It comes from
f s Lv. ...... .TiML 'I.e ... Ar 1 30p 3 05 o 10 Oa Lv N. S8nyrna .Ar 1 40 5o p a hih d o .
T W Lv......... Mi .n. .....L 1 07 p tSp IL 21a Lv Lake Helen Lv 50 p t p a high standard of living. To du much
a Lv........... fMe.n. .........Lv 11 52a 4 03 p:il 9a l.v 88sL .....L Enterpre ...... l.v 11 :0a 06 p 11t 45 a Ar.Ong. City Jc.Lv 12 40 p4 15
9*Ar...... .. Sinford ...... Lv L11 0a, I 0p p who are so well nourished as Amneri-
caIns? What nation c(iiiiOsumes so mu(cil
These Timer Tahle. show the times at which trains may lie expeet.e to.tarive and de;,art good food,. ilil hat othilr country do
a the several stations. lut their arrival or departure at the tinitm, stated i< not guaranteed.
aor does the Compa-iy hl'dl itself responsible fur auy delay or any consequences arislug the people demand so manIy luxuries?
Iheineorn. Where do they deniand so much from
PftiMhuar and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama. "li ,,,nfe ts,,, eqlt,.y, in full
opportunity for work. pleasure and ed-
BK rwX]N MIA.A, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ucatio'n:"


SOUTHBOUND. I NORTHBOUND.
v. Miam Mon. W i .. ........... 1100 p Lv. Havana. Tue,. Thurs .... ..........10 n
Ar. Key Wet. Tue.s Thur. ..............2 30 p Ar. Key Wet,Tues Tiur ............. 6 30
Lv Key.Wem. Tues. Tir .............. 7 30 p Lv. Key Wrelr. Tues Thlurs .............. 7 C3 p
Ar. Havana. Wril.. Fri. ........... 5 uua Ar. Miami. We-s. Fri- .... ... e a
For eopy of Iocal Ti'ne Card address any Agent.
J. D. RA& NER, AIst. Gen. Pasi. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.


WATERPROOF


SIGNS


SAry Business

1 Cent eacb in 1000 Lots

OSBORN QUICK PRINT SHOP

Daytona, Florida



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in 80 Minutes


DAYTONA


- OPERA MOUSE


Saturday, May 31st.

Everything it) the Sbow is Fu

Admission)

25 and 35c
Seats now on sale at the Palmetto D)rmru store


-t--- -- .
I ANNOUNCEMENTS.
* C*************


FOR THEL LE(JISLATI'RI
fIPr -ri-mm' iq Ii I 1.i p Iiin -l


Announcement cards for office tundier
thip head will he charged for at thle unui-
form rate of $*.- with the exception ,o fOR TAX ASSIESSOR.
candidates for county commit iAsionl.r mid.l ,, ,' I', .;,;t \, ,-;'-. ,, \,
school board, for whic $3: w ill l.-charir- I h,',r-h. ;in,,t l ,',' l ,\.ili .. ,-
ed. the amount in all cawstoai -l.i.pany ldat ft r.-...t i. ,. t(, tlll otfi.
the order for inwertion of the ctard. A-,se.sor olf Violusi;a aioin't. ;at
----- ----- 'i.ratir prii.ri.'- t,, It i. li ni
FOR COUNTY TREASURER. i and r,'-.etflV a.liit y,,vIrM I


I l'~ptq'tl~ly nnooe nmy..if a ,'n ,
didate for w-election to tih" otihe ,t
County Twa~ur.r of 'ohlusi y t avtv i


the coming primaries,. and soli,'it tIh' "h o"i' -T '
support of myfri-nds and tlk.n. rats NOTICE.
-.i. J. -INZ.%% T t'^.,, :,- b ,r .'. :, .'l .
/..il., t;! 1| ;ril i'l';.';v., I. t H n .
FOR STATE SENATOR. ,,'i .,'i ,' l.t,,'r A i' ..
I hwru4hy annolu*'e mynV candidacy for .1 ,I. V..:n, : ':,
State .Senator fior this district. .ulbiet i'lri '+':' *il i,.l ,',r,-',. f
to tlhe action Iof tlhe. lh)emo.-rati, priml- ,, I ta .1,
ar is. I IIoliu-it th.. sitpl ioit of all F:.-rin.. -i., ,': ,! : .. ,
Deminocrates. I" \" S.MS '" k...m '- '. '
I in IN'\ ltU i \I II


FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
1 henwiy announce my r.ani,<,.y t1r.
election to t!h oinfi, of 'ou\" Tri,\
(C lletor. t nuluiiut ing uiyv l;iiis th u
nomry ekw.tiiou of Jily l.',tl \next. I
aveendeavordl to ilim-harge' my duty
to the people. and pronmit faithful .- r-
vice in twe future if atgin honored by l':y.
ifllow Ithemniats. 1). I'. SMITH.


FOR COUNTY COrMISSIONER.
I nprectfully announce iiywif a ritnldi-
date for re-e.l-tiontothe oflhe of 'oumnty


The Word "WoerlegoneU."
The word "woebegone" is anit inter-
esting survival f" tihe f'ar past. "He-
goii-" lihre rers.-entls thlie pa,;st partici-
ple of tlir A :r!ug! Saxim \irli "b to go) round aliout. ;I word which has
otherwise entirely di;ippie;iare'd froin
our voc:bula:ry. Ibut t mhic h:lis its anual-
ogies ill such erbs aq "L.eset" :anld "be-
gird." in whliich the prefix "be" repre-
sents the moder n prepsitionM "Ly. A
woeblegone couintelllnc' is thus that of
a nin .oiitipiss though | 'rli:ilis it is in,,st generally
used in ai s(olewhlit slilghting manni r
to imply tlhait the oIpp :u:Iruic of g:rief
is gr';,tl-'r thin thlie (c'irliinitanCCs waur-
rant. This it has parti;,lly undergone
tlIe san,',1 process tf d('lgelltr;ition whi,'ll
h;Is Inm'de "iniu;dliiit l,:rs" origin:;l
tears of penitene friin M:lry Magdua-
lene-bea.r i contemptuous meaning.
An Ancient Easter Custom.
An ancient custom once universal in
England on Easter Monday and Tues-
day is that known as hiavii;n, lifting
or ranisingo. On the Munday;. tlie men's
heaving d :ay. Women %'-' praised three
tittvs iin a :l hair. afltr whiichi th'-y werv
kissed rind liberated. (in lTue'sday the
woliinll litted tihe iiltIi in thie same wanll-
n'r, but it was ustu'l for the teli Ito
give a smiill sunny or nmney for "leave
and license" to depart. In early times
the practice prevailedd among all ranks.
and in a roll of the reign of Edward I.
is a record of payment to certain ladies


and maids of honor for lifting that king
in liis l..id at I.'aster. The. iia.e com-
mnietlorited the r-s urrection of our
l.ord.-L .o don Stanidrd.
nnr)yropen Coln-.
The staind;ird (on on (the continent
Ill.: In 'rai,'. Ilih finc; :. Spain. the
peseta: iln Italy, I lv. I lir;i in nlollaid
aud Austria, the florin: in Germany,
Ihe mark: in Russia, Ole rulble.
elgaium nd mSwitzerland iuse the
l-'rench amue for the piece of 'U sous.
Each of these pieces is. like the Amu.r-
ican dollar. divided into 1o) parts, call-
ed lo(eck in ll us;Ia. plc iiiiiwL in (G.er-
.I ,my. kreutzer il Austria. ceit inI lil l-
,rf Ill thi.- la- d iid il Italy. 'France -i d Spain 1y
S.Smiri the word meaning huntdredth.
The People's Dellight.
Bolivar- I don't s-e that you an-
,hi-i. i ',i swered any of .lJellaloy's argument in
- ;I ,..,; li your speech. You simply pitched into
e o(f Tai\ Jellaby.
tlh I-in, Silvertuntg--I didn't mean to. Didn't
.Iilyl 1,. you see h,,w rmy address took? 'People
i'", 1. generally would rallther lhair a mnaTn
WI I. labused than to li-ti, toI r'llii's to hi;
a r n enlets.-I osti n T'lr:i nscri; t.
('leer cirl.
'. Q_... !Mis ilriighton--\V!i:ut a lov( 'y watch
Sfb Mr orem;k Is tour \:;tti, equal-
r '.M' 'r. JI:orem-lht ere it is.
. ... ,: .- M -is l;righton W halit. 11 o'clock:
S' V. I hai:d no idea it wv;s so late. bad
S yol'.'-Chljic;Iago NevINs.
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The Dreas Is tiae Thinig.
"She's going ii Ior :'thlet0'-.- slhe
says."
"-What particular kind of athleticss"
"Oh. she won't settle that uttil she
has studied up the v:irious costumes
-Chicago Post.
A Political Pointer.
IIilton-They say policies mak-es
str:anit* bed follows.


Amateur For stry.
G;aru tner-Hiere. sir. :i.1 a f,'w dead
trtes that will have Ito I- e f 'eh d.
New Owner-It's too hiad it lvse them.
Why not raise dried fru:t in them?-
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H. V. BRACE MANUFACTURER of HIGHGRADE

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o Dealer in Semond 1141itd Illrnitiur. an1il Stoves.
Youir o01d Furnitun .rMade as Good as New
r I l r C n Leading Beach St.1 ,l .,evi,., .-. ytoa ,
*. FGiIne. Ih1 0n Dggt5 I DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,

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of 1)r'us iln I)aitini. I'rsI.'triptions corn- i McClellan ,s i l wards, Managera.

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%P Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0 Work and Wood Yard. "..is Ml,,. to order. Thone 7o.
T* V 'Y ( I't PINE TA 1'.%I i'I;l I'.1LS..\M-25 cents a bottle. 4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Perfumery and Fancy Toi..t Articles.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

FlooCring. Siding, Ceilinr. R>. ..1. M. .JONES., proprietor. ii. lie coisulted profssiimally during busine
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock. hours; ottiii- hour Suind.iys. 9:0) to 10:130 a. in.; 2:s10 to 4::10 p. m.
'Phone 8j
Offices and Yprds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, M manager Trow ell's Express da Baggage Line _


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"SAN MATEO" BestCigar.
It's all Florida.


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WE MEffI ALL COMPETITION.




Hammocks


Refrigerators

Gasoline St ves
Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities. A Full Line at


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PI'LL-'ItFi & RIX,. I'roprietors.


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Trunkm delivered promptly. Stahles #,l pimwite Public School.
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Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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TOADB IN FOLKLORE
..,Iuao,. CE STEAMSHIP (O.
y ,, uas cr...-. "Savannah Line."

re. We M the ugly little aS FAST FREIGHT AND LUXURIOUS PASSENGER ROUTE TO

Sn l mot permanent pNew York. Boston and the East
face, In local worship and belief. The
survival lt io range in itself and so f .*'^"
well ftted to Illustrate the primitive
character of fairy mythology that it .,.( 0,
may be accorded particular attention. "P :(l'"' "I .
According to t he statements of Dr.
G. Pitre. contained in his picellent ac- .-1 i
count of Sicilian tradition, the faith of
that Island still recognizes snupernatu
ral belPng known uas done di fiNor
(ndiles front airofde :ilcm entitled aont
ronelsss if tie house. who have "
tributes e voinnm! o wi fthel fli fairies t i
England. Like the :ittler. di ring the
nlghttine they carter honlemoe. whereI -1 .
they expect to find everything in: ord r.
Among mortals they h:a-e their \avor- ----'
Sites and enemies. I'ortunei Is cunsid- :
ered to result from their kindness.
ickness and poverty from their perse- BY LAND AND SEA.
Itis a peculiarfeatureoftheirhabit Short Rail Ride tO Savannnah
that they visit the domicile not on any THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships
evening indifferently. but only on
Thursday. making their entrance by Sailings from Savannah
the keyhole or by cracks of doors. It
day surprises them before they leave Four Ships Every W eek
the cottage. they change into toads and
in this state remain until the following N illrk. ikiaiutlt miu-,.-tils %%ith New tYlrk-ll Atoi ships r Sio n
eve, when they are once more at liber. l.laie. All ticket azltnts s.1eu.l.i.d withatmnnthlv sailing soheduais. Writo for
ty to resume their proper shape of 1geleral inforniatiili.g. iil ,li'ul. stteroomtln ifrvaltioi, (r iil o
beautiful women. During the Interval W VI.TER II.\WKINS. General AAint. 224 West ItaySt. .hacksonville. Fla.
the toad Is sacred. because it is Imp- I' :. I.n:FE. inmiar,'r. E. T. I'II.iLTIIN. ii. F. I'. ..
sible to be sure that any particular Now Pier:1- i Noirth Riveir. New York. N. Y. :3-1.,--02
one may not in reality be the lady of .1. W'. WILKINSON. Agent. iDaytona, Fl.
the house.
Legends abound in which is related
the reward or punishment consequent
upon the good or ill treatment of a Fri-
day toad. On this day. therefore, the i03L
usually unpopular animal Is safe from Richmond Washington Baltimore
abuse and secure of attention, more Philadelphia Boston Atlanta
especially if It chance to belong to a Asheville Chattanooga Luisville
ipedies possessing a particular arrange- Cincinnati St. L lu RKansas City
me at of the cuticle reminiscent ofn who Detroit Cleveland Pattsburg
socupies himself with folklore becomes Chicageo, etc.
accustomed to remarkable survivals.
yet It does excite astonishment to find
wo perfect an Illustration of prehistorictU
thought In central Europe of the twen-
tieth century.-International Monthly. [ 01 __1111M"l kM


It occurs to every one some time
that be Is not living up to his ideal of
himself.-Atchslon Globe.

Ct-R1Iu4 WHIE. DOcToRs FAIL.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson. Patterson. Ia..
writeeJune 4th. 1901: "1 had malaria
fever in very bhad form. was under treat-
ment by doctors. but as soon as 1
stoppedtaking their medicine the fever
would return. I used a sample bottle
o Herbine. found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely
cured me. I feel grateful to you for fur-
ihhing such a splendid medicine, and
a honestir recommend it to those suf-
bring from malaria, as it will surely
cure them. Herbine, -c. bottle at J. M.
Jones.
The man who is ashamed of his religion,
hai't much to be ashamed of.

Foa THiost WHO laV: oN -FA-RMS-.
Dr. Bergin., 'ana. Ill.. writes: "-I have 1
"- wed Ballard's Snow Linihent: always I
Irecommen d it to Iay friends, a. I altim coi-
dent there is no better made. It is a
r dandy for burns." Those who live on
- tfasrms are elec ially liable to many au'-
cidental cuts. lmurns and bnruiies. w hiich
beWs rapidly when Ballard's* Snow Lini-
S nent is applied. It should always hle
kept in the house for (anes of emnergniiiy.
2 5c. 5k and 1 .w I at J. M. Jones.

It takes the editor to make a long
story short.

Woti.D WiEn: REPUTATION. I
Whites Crnam Vernniiuge has achieved
a world wide reputation as lIeing the
beast of all worm destroyers, and for its
tonic intflinene on weak and unthlrifty
children. aw it neutralizes the a-idity or
sournet of the stonimh. itniploves their
digestion, anid assimilatioii tf totod.
.trengthers their nervous system anIl
restores then to health, vigor and elas-
ticity of spirit natural to childhood.
25c at J. M. Jones.


CHINESE TYPESETTING. Object to ,Stuff."
The pride of James Gordon Bennett.
The Celestial Compolsitor maw to the elder, in the great newspaper lie
Master 11,oo OCkaracters. had built up was proverbial, and he
Typesetting for a Chinese paper Is a had a particular aversion to anything
vastly different matter' from typeset- that savored of disrespect on the part
ting for a journal in another language, of his employees when speaking of its
for there are 11.000 characters In use. contents.
When one recalls the statement of One of his editorial writers ventured
Chinese sinologues that the sayings of to compliment him one morning on the
Confucius require 7,000 characters, this general character of that day's issue.
seems to be a moderate estimate. The "There was a lot of good stuff In the
Chinese language is derived from 214 paper this morning. Mr. Bennett." he
rn~u vvn a 'w i~l vnn" int t I A fu l a lii.


I r t wordius. wivui expanduU into the 4.,n.
Charity sometimes Imetins at ho1n1et. lhut or 5.000 words of dally use and the
frequently nowhere. thirty odd thousand of the dictionary.
It requires 11,000 spaces to hold a
font of Chinese type. The large cases.
S'kuINO AII.MANTS. or false partitions, are ranged about
lThent an alhiing aind tired feeling: the room and divided into slpaces for
the liver. the bowels aid kidneys Ie-eIllie' each individual type. each 1i word coin
luggish and inactive, the digestion it i plete in Itself. A Chinese printer. It is
paired, with httle or no api'itte, I. t' estimated. can arrange 4.000 charile-
ambition for anything. auitida itat ig htigt ters a day. The work has been careful-
the whole IKKI. an.lh 'I it i"Ieds 11i'.I ly systematized, and the characters are
up. The troimle iis. thIaIt during writer. I I
there haI tn an .-unulattiot nli waste' arranged according to their formation.
matter in the system. Ilerhline will Ir- A simple character designates its group,
move it. NeIlir thle tiserntions a right and the elaboration of forti is the elal>-
exit. and by its tonii. effect, fully n-st ore oration of Its nmeanlng. as our termi-
the wasted tiisues ai"l gIive strength inl natives and prefixes elaloirate the root.
placaof weakuss. i,. ait .1. M..Join .A division is devoted to the shiple
character that stands for "wood" and
all of its amplifications. In this space
It is etsy to se through thi manin U li)or colginn are to be found "box," "bed."
is fond of mniaking a sl'tac'le of himself. "pluni tree" and so on through a long
I list o>f objects pertaining to or made of
woom,. Should an unusual word lbe
WON T Fi.i..ow .\ill: AlT FTE \ I m. tee'd.tyipe is cut and delicately patch-
ia'na Ivi. ed til make the required character.
in a rent arti it-' a proiittii.t Ilyli-' (- Coniparing our combinations of twenty-
Vian says. "'It ist e 1xt tio tI.ltsslitl hle r s ix letters and ten figures, lmesides coilS-
uthe nhysien ri t1 get hi iit'itlt tiir union symbols, an idea of the labor of
diet t llthe' sniialle''t .-Xtellt; h. I1 s Iu. 1amt k Chinese cotnpositor can be formed.-
one resort left. 1na111ln th.- rittig t-nla t- Out West.
lent." Whelln ieei dli ies an' u.'l for ----
chronic ronstliiliti~ti. tlh' timost milul tnl Aid He Knew the Lady.
gentle obtaiiiidle, suiih *ii. C'lint'rlin "es." said the eminent professor at
Itomach & Liver Tatlets. should i' t.ii- asocial gathering. addressing his re-
ployed. Thleir1 use i I nt iollhowl .d y marks t, a siaiall man to whom lie had
constipation as lhe leave th- l -l I' r Ibeen lutroduced. "1 flatter niyself that
natural lall l-nith- o.iti I rarely fail tIo read a face correctly."
sale my all "duti S,'?." tque.ried the small man.


The piikpocke't ke'p" in close t(U>'hi


said.
"Stuff?" exclaimed the editor. "Stuff?
What do you mean?"
"I mean the-the matter on the edi-
torial page." replied the other. some-


what taken aback.
"Then say so." rejolved his chief.
with a frosty gleam in his eye. "If you I
value your job. young man. never call
uitything that goes lnto the New York '
Herald 'stuff' again as long as you
live:"


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Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer

from a


Diseased

Liver.


PLANT SYSTEM


The Gmat Thr

TO THE East


TO THE W est


TO THE East


AN UP-TO-DATE I


CUT OR SHAVE go to BEA I


243 North Beach Street


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I HERBINE


SPure Juices from Natural Roots.

EGUlATES t liew,Stonachand Bowes,
Cleames t System, Purifies the Blood.

URES Maaria, Biliousness, Comstipati,
UWeak Sl0omch and Impaired Digpstion.

Emy Bettle Srtd to 6e Satisfan.Io .

lP-taree, .yi CeAtsA. Loes

Prepared by JAMES I. BALLARD, St Louis. Mo,


Geo. H. ('lark. ILAal Agent. Daytona, Fla.


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ouigh Car Line front Floridla--', nni titnis:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
The Southern Ry. via .Tesiip, Atlanta and Chatta'go
Thbe Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia. Ashville
Tihe Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah iandl )mann Steaimship company for!
Netw York, Philadelphia and ilo(ntoii.
Via Savannah andi MerMhlants ainl Miner- Tranipor
tatione onipany fotr Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York. Baltimore;
and Washington.


To Key West andi Havana. viia l'Peninsular anid <.hide.ntal Steamship Company. 0 ttt W ** tlt******t******t.....O..
To Nova S-otia. CapeI Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantit and Pllant Steamship Line for Halifax. Hawkesbury and Charlottestown. -
Winter Tourist Tickets NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS
will lit on sale throughout the Northerrn. East.rn. Western and Southern States to
all Floridla resorts, via thle l'lant Systent during the i iason li9l. 1902. limited to
return until May 21st. with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
lil with hll inf nation i rth nsone advert i n t ill e literally ter.up- Western & Atlantic Railroad.
For infornimitionii a to rates. sleeping ,ar rewer-vations. ete.., all on. or write t
F. M. 1.1OLLY. iDivision iPtsse.iiWgr Agent.. 1 :S West livy St.. .Jaiksonville. Florida. route of the
W. II. DENHAM...;e.ril S.iiperinteinleit. W. WiVENN. Pass. Traffi Man..
Savannah. I;a. Savannah. Ga. h iPanlrn ontl In rad m n' I 'in.


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NASH INi '01N. WPI' M il;. ll iAVlE LPI'ilA and NFW YORK
,vitl h'I'll II) Ito111IiTLUIMA N S I EI,:E I't.S. It i,4t I it- (Inl- Line 4 Ijirating
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"The station at Savannah." said ai
traveler through the south. "is sur-
rounded in all directions with a lot iof
saloons and cheap restaurants In ,, 2
great illuminated letters over one of 7, 2-,'
these saloons was the sign: I '-. 117.
"'Open All Night.' I I II pi
"Next to it was a restaurant bearing 7 1.', I'm
with equal prominence the legend, 'We II:*l t11i
Never Close.' t; itt ,u
"Third in order was a Chinese laun- 121 I' '
dry in a little tumbledown hlvtl, and '
upon the front of this buildii;g \as the I
sign in great. scrawling letters. 'M 1e 1" I t
Wakee Too.' "-New York Tribuntie. inm


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The "Chicago and Florida Lirnitedl" is the quickest train from St. Agg
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga. Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with P
ftlest Observation and I)rliwingromn sleeper. dining iarm. etc.. through
change. The failious "Dixie Flyer" all the vYear round sleeper via Ataa
SMartin to St. Louis without tchai'. *.
For information relative to atite's. schedule, et., or for sleeper rewrvatiop,

C. E. HARMAN. (;en. Pass Agent. E. J. WALKER, Fla. Ps. 4
Atlanta. (Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager. Nashville, Tenn.


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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK
Calling at C('arleston. S. C.. Ioth ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern LiM
Direct Service lI'.twciti
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Ca'llitim att ('harle.stlon Itth I \Vi t -.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Northbound


From Lewis* Wharfe ak
from foot Catherine street. Jackl.


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LIgNE.
( l l ,l ; ; n r l i in e )
N,,.:i No. 1 Between Jacksonville and Sanford
7:-,) ;tmu....... S:30 p:m STOPPING AT PA'.LATKA., ASTORl. S. FrIANCIS. IBERESFORD. (DUL
:I ,:13 anll......... 3:00 pmn ll- ,E SPRl S t;inS l Iaitermeiliate I.iuililngs on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
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Sounded Like It.
"'Miss Flyipe." siid the bh.stess. "per-
mit tie to present Mr. llogg. author of
those clever lines on 'An Arctic Court-
shil' which appeared in The Gulf
stream Magazine last month."
"I am g!ad to meet 3oou. Mr. IHogg."
said the young woman. "Pardon the
question. Iut is that your real namen'"


"Yes. Now. there is a lady." con. "C'rtaiiily." he replied, bristling up.
tinted the professor. pointing to a two "Did, you think it was my pe n umell"
hundred pound specimen of the fair! -Chicago Tribune.


with the public. sex. "the lines of whose countenance IN C ETA AIA
tare :ts clear as print to me. The chin Whea 'on Can't Sleep. ILLINOIS N R AILROAD
Sslio\ s tlinneiis itof disposition. anionllt- Tlis is a sure cure for insomnina:
WVio t'u N oi uI It ietic to obstinacy:; the pointed nose, a vi- Pushi a\way your pillow and lie flat
.k wo.,an C.itI0 ,, l ri.n, -.n.s temperament: the capacious upon your back with your muscles re- To St. Louis and Chicago
with thiil. .I.' i', tll- lw te in 'veni uh. voilubility; the square chin JI' laxed. Slowly draw in the deepest
anyh darterou- ti.' .Ihildi-n ltomk notes troulle for those who oppose her brth possible, hold it for four aec-
whe ooiigty ugh last 5iltllnluer. our hIai wishes; the eves shtIw a hardness of ouals. then slowly expel it until your
whooy |igi s i heart"- chest and abdomen have collapsed. I.i:::.i.ti '.itii *' %I. ii. li111 ,i: .I.~ k tm Sr I., dll il o. 'it aih ,>.
owinig tlt our givlli t he'l i Chtileriln s "\Vonderful, truly wonderful. pro- I repeat this until you fall asleep. i ini .;i, k-,.:. !. .li.\ tt p :ii \ *nil -'!-
t tg1h m'tiedy,. th-y l o-t i ,mit' oif their fcssor'" interrupted the small man.
plumplneis anti imattle iout iin tliitch I'etter "',,u evidently know something of Negative Compliment.ie F v Route
Slsalth thaa ithr .hililrel wtho?. ii'a z.nt he lady then'" said the professor. Miss Sere (much pleased)-So he real- L I IV oute


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204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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0 New Haven. New London, Stonik
P lrovidenve, Fall River, Boston and

a rALL NORTHERN POINTS
Sat rate LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three Btem
trains every Thursday. leaving .Jacksonville as follows:
9 Via the Sea Islands ....................0..:. 1 : a.m. (Metropolitan Limite
* Via Plant Systemn ......................:. :15p.ni.
0 Via Seaboard Air Line.................7:40 p.nm. (Fast Mail.)
li.'aeiigers? leave l)iytrm5 3:'2. arri and
S::22 pin, nimaking ,rI -inneu tions.
0 For illustrated matter, diagrams. reP?*rvations. tickets, eta., addM
A W7 P tE, A t220 West Bay Street,
S A Agnty Ja.ksonville, Florida.


SW dby Dr. J. M.Jmews.


MU IHItRI KAILWAY
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida express
0 To 11 EAST.

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
70 THE RT MAND WIEST.

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
trains.
Ask for Tickets via Sethmer Railway. Correspendeme Sellolted.

IH. F. CAREY, Fla. Pm. Agt., 108 V. Bay St., Jackaanvll, Fla.
S. H. HARDWICK, V. H. TAYLOE.
General Pasenger Agent, As't Genl Pam. Agent,
Vahlgltoa, D. C. Atlasta, Ga.
Jin*aw 15. 100.


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