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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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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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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


GAZETT E-NEWS


Edw. 7it3deraldg


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It Has, and is Being Demoniuated

That the warmn we.ither and showers duirin4g the. light nilmin-light
nights i a time when the ni(Mqnitl uand fly pquestionl piretnts itA-'lf. and
commands ouu niot profound consideration. Bills a.s they are |lwentedl
have to l nwt.and a a u n aidl in nmetinig bills and alnic.aloly settling tih
question we keep on hand a stock of ('a .Opr. (i:ilvallizei.d :liIl I'ainted1
Wir l and Linen $tn-I CIIlth.
We have alwol ant iilmted the fruit uMasoi ;and haia on llaild tie brated Mason fruit jars and jelly glat ms.


MASON (t WALL CO.


SW. H. EDMONDN. Manaieri.
119 North Beach Street.


* Phonel.ll .


CAUMI TES FOR OFFICES. AGAIN INDICTED.

Up to this date the following .andi- Tih l;ranald .Jury inl tihe I united S tat-
datme are in the tk-ld for otlffin. court ait .laksonville. last Saturdiay r'e-
and we wantI to draw tile tt.entilin of turned a Iru lill against lilahn Wilmatli-
the voters of Volunia Count t tlo tir, Potl' C. I'. P'ost. iher lislii.-ln. anil
annouifenaients on intlother ptig.': ('h trlIs I'. liirirnl;ii. ih.r soll-in-law, fior
FOa iKIA'TIOKu ilsi lie t iati ila fr fralhuiilent |piuripos.s.
Frank W. Samsrn. .New S'vria. Tileostl nl In'TIiriIIIi n-side. at *aS-
AEMHLVUMEIINM bl'.7.. just 'lroas tihe river fri,,l,, |I>y-
Charles L. Smith. IDaytona. taoin.
ThonlmaJ. Sparkman. PIrt Orang. 'This is til,- .s .oiin tilie within thil
(UXNTV TR:EASUR: past year that til- dafialllts liaty,
J. J. Vinzant. iDland. lIsen indicted lupon tilhe chai rr of using
TAX A IN uOit the I'liited States mails for tilhe purrlme
8. B. Wilnon. DeLard. of defrauding divers irsonlls bIy agreeing
TAX COoLLB'TOR for i a rrain suinl of nloneyll to 4-111 v.L
D. P. mith, New 8mynia. riouldin li.- s lby nenIllt.l Slc'iein,'-a treat-
)r'NTY' COMMllIONLICs illn.it. knownI ai thlI "-al-isent tivatl;Il-lnt."
T. L. Bodge Daytona tile fo rler indiltnlmlits hAiavilng li en
W. H. McBride, Seville 1innshlil.
Frank E. Bond, DeLand \We .m informeld on n.liailae nllliiority
L D. Brooke. Onteen that thir ats- will proibalbly ollt 'coin up
T. J. Murray. New Smyrna for trial until lha'nilolntr.
MKMBER IOARDI OF PIBLIC" INTRKi'rlhINo .Sleaking( of till' Ilmatter thi, Tini.s-l'n--
E. F. Knappe. I)iytoAna ion and itizill s;I.iys:
POR RAILIOAD 'OiMMISSIONER. "Tilhe W'illllanll- ait-ltlilrtllailll ruse
L. Hudson Burr, West P'alan HI.,n.,-li. will ot olileA of the niot notalle. in tila-
history of tilte- Fe li'- l jinliviarl'y of tli
a tip. South or tie entire ,',iintry. ThI.v v will
f ie Rc'aT:--Bea,-h <4)ttag'e oIn tli I. ,,lefnd.,I iv lhlal,, li,, ati,, lii.a, anal
board walk '-xt to Btreakers Hotel ati defended ty ov Hratio Iti to an
Heabnweh cmoilpletely furnished and r-- (tis (ineni. twIwo if til' Itst .'riililnil law-
Nodlled. Apply to Mrs. H. '. BHrry. yers in thi State.nd ;ll whnli th.vy ilnl'esul.r
Valley strwet, Seabreze. swords with lIniteal States At.\tornl.ll
Stripling amnil lizi ait ass-istait. \W. N.
HEWS FROM ORMOND. ."trks. Iw'k will in,.-t i;n'rk. for ihlw
l r (,ivernll .n ill" ;I It.l is i.s n plr'l, i.-.
w i w ith tha lit1 11 t ,iaP I ."
Mr Bal r and family. inovled into, tilt'
Freeman houws this week.


Ed. Dunn will visit hiis parents iat
Homeland. Fla.. for two weeks.
Our houws are Iputtilng on style; they
are wearing yellow straw hats trimmedal
with red.
Mrs. Pinkerton has gone" to C'hutau-
qua, N. Y. She will stop in Washington.
D. C., or a week.
Quite a party went lby t'lot tto Ioaiy-
tona Thursday to1 join tlw excursionistsi
from St. Augustine.
Mim Louise Tupper left for Atlanita.
G&., last Saturday. where she will sjieuln
two weeks before going to her hn liti. ini
ladianai
Mims Phebe Kit.*hell left onll Saturiay
for Mamsa.humetts. wls'r' she will sla-ndl
Several weeks. tell go to Mt. Pl'Ieasllt.
New Hampthdiire.
We art pleased to se our genial drug-
gist, Dr. Thornton, on our streets again.
Although he has visited veral famiousr
resort in Georgia and Nor th Carolina.
he aye thit4 is thle coolest place he lihas
lnund. The doctor is traveling for a
drug company in Chiicag- and will only'
be here a hiort tiime.

Ig..The B ilrtoyei llonS, hot Sl l I s,'. I,
on Valley street, peninsula. is faor sale at
$2.000; or for rent at $1lo pe.r ilntih.
Apply to any agent.


DOUBLE WEDDING.

The social event of their week in Mill-
way was a double weddiellt MI. Zioln
Rabtist churt0 (colored).'
The high icontraiting parti,s were.
Tom Calvin anud Maggie Jenkii-,. andd
George Watts and luet.relti Winilirn.
* The remniony was witn sed I,.y i
large company of white and cololvd
people' A big reception followed at the
c of the cerenilonis.


A MISTAKEN IDEA.

We learn tlihat thlie idea prea.iil- in so,1111,
r'ttions of Ithe county ', l i.t l ali' nali-
lates for i conl y o11111 a.Illiilii- ,io.' r l will Is.
%avotai for o)11nlY in t ih- di'Isli-ict w hich li t.
candidates, reprsints. This is a mIisltke.
Eich 'andidht,;ilt lst liw a residelit of t'ie
district hl e *e-Ai to repril .nt., bil il li
alire to I'. voAited fllr y thale .oiillilty ;t
lairng. Whiil the' lhi.r.hl h os inot fihvor
this plan. htliav\ hing. as we Ido. that eachi
district is mlii'ore' comeii ent ill jiul,,e ais
as to the liltna i s a -i ii| 'Ii 414.\ of ilt
ca ildidlates. ftor i.allliils-.illrl thlili tI le..-
tirn. v tilli %. liih r is no ill i-inatili\.- buti
sulliIi--ioi.--i 'erry II,.ra ll..

$100 RIeward.
I ill jpa1, t i i re. -i'l ol .' 4ll I1 l1 t1e1 t11
nrst an111d iEllii, i.- ll Eol a11y |I rlW.-olii-
cat igl i It tel li-' iII' lii kl i-. 1 l i1.i ilil
tlilitI ill their po,, ionl.


From |rll-s. nt i ilinil ion- tll 1,;[i;:iwi
fro, lithe Nlata lZis -i\,i to I 1i'e ilitif \
w ill Io' ali a slilra' pl Ir4',liil, ilit.y Iliis Il li '.
ai I at new -onpanylill i s isiter stl-i ill il l.
|rno'i" .

TIDE TABLE.
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I., Ill.
Sliiiat3-------------- 7:.4
' i ll a ..............................--
Mi o dat;' ............................. S 12
T uesday............................ t:0 I
\ '-4 1ke ;I t .e ..... .... ..... ..... : 1
T hursdIay........................ ..lo to
IF rih l % ........................ .... l l :. 1
S a rday ................. ......... 12.32
1.o%\ % i'0 ..


S u nd1111 .% .................. .. .. .....
Monday ............................
Tuesday .\ ..........................
, IInestdhy........................
Thursday, y..........................
Friday...............................
S -i lir l .................... .........


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41:2-,
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(;:111;


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2: 1!
2: 1!,

4:36;


1 4 .


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. d


ed sooner have the reputation of d

cbirguig you just a little more, for we

desire your continued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

dudrr dt standard of our merchandise.


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

M r'lillha t .Moor. Ihas IMin ill the pist
wVeek.
S. 11 Iove has tihe I',tailit t for tihe
emortion of E. L. 4ndn a'sriwiden,'e.


lIr. \'. l'lFrench attended the (pod
itads' lie,-tilig ILt I(hala thlis week.
I'. F. AllI reports hot weather and
a big Ieach crop alit IN-Luind this % ee.k.
l'If %oau are illn neld f statiollery.
j4' .lry rl' novelties go to G eo. i. Clark.
Mrs. Mary Mliisonl. %%who lias been visit-
ing C. F. Alien's for afew weeks returned
to her ullie at iGaeorgianu today.
W' Foi.lt ,S.I.::-A. gaod Ihiallin il'orgaili.
Cail at olLtagae soiulh oif Raiverview. Sea--
hIlee '.. M 1us. Ai : '. (iln; Il,'\. Itlhr r'llritei. aof Palatka. vis-
itld with Iut.v. lFather O'Hlyle. 'lhulns-
daly.
Fish C i'inissio ier leatwiler, of N.ew
Siivrlii. wai ill thi'it. \'aelii sdayl; ant
Thursday.
IMr. amil .lrs. ilnrg- II. lMatthews de-
parel l'illesl.ly for .a niitlhi's \ isii with
friendiis in aMill.
Z. T. Itarker is greatly iinllprovi'ii ilhe
apiliaratine o.f his place on idgewooda
by Set tingIlI tSt. Auilgusitiine graiss..
Eiigeliie iusli. wi lis 1'tieni tli lguestt
oif lhis brother, .1. E. I hiish, riurntil to
ilis hotline at .lind1jlson. I.l-11i countylii MNon-
day.
l'"To ithe r ad:illin public.-Gieo. i.
Clark hasi just received :a large stock of
iliel's frol1ii tlli centss up: call aul see
thit-Ill.
C. Iiarines I.-ft last 'week folr a visit
w ith friends ill tili New Englaiind States.
This is Mr. Iirlires" first trip North in
twe0tvy ear-..
Mrs. Wileyv. w-ho unlitil i'illy k'pt it
iha rdini lio lise at Ni.--."i:. la;is Il.asial
Cnpilt. |iellllett's 114i-4 lil)\4 1)w .el course,
of colist- i lltioll.
Mayor :inl Mrs. .1. I. i. Parkinison and
lit I I .1a hii lIta(I ri lr ft \\ei ll lesdi l;v for
Hlihhinlla N. ( \\herI tlihey w ill speiill
their sli.S11ll r v;ac ition. .
t II llove l ia s p llliiall.l -i three lris
olf I'a l Ailili;i r'A lak la iil on tI haTl'loii',all, ;ili< u i
\ ill a l ,nll fi ,ia ;irry ti l e.' : li, li. i- I i al r l i
i|ii irics for tIi stone fri ll .fl.k.i;w li\ ille


WPainters' overalls at Hendricks'.
Mr. Seanian'm house on RidgelwoIml is
about enclosed.


Henry Van Dorn keep" pounding away
at Mr. Peters' big well.
W. F. Thomason was over to DeLand
last week attending Criminal Court.
Iester Robinson had the nlmifortune to
get hisi foot lt with lin tax last week.
Mrs. T. F. Curtis went up to Jackson-
ville Wednei4day returning Thursday.
S-.hool 'Commisioner Knalpp attended
a mlieetiing of thie board alit lDellld Ties-
day.
Williamn Wicking was a businei s visitor
to I'alatka and ll acksonville Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Leon Ilespland liha leased Win. Arch-
ers' grove lot onil Magnolia avenue for
garden puirpo ews.
L. Murray is having a pltw orc,.i h
made. and will give thlie hl tolonial" ai
a new Ialt of lpainit.
lii. Shiaffner conltemplates hiavini at
water tower em-eted to give al better supll-
ply fill his hoIll a.aw: g1roullnds.
E. L,. Shear and wife hlft for Miami iln
their iw lalliunch MondalhAy. They exv e' t
ttoi hglonel thrve or four weeks.
.lalgl Mal 'lory this week issued a i-
cen'lse to wed to'l ai allter Thltiomason and
Miss Grae Ilallough,i of )Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Douglass and1 chil-
dren returned Mondayi from their visit
with relatives ;idnl friends at IPDeLand.

W'('oiiniening June l!>th iland con-
ilnuing until Octolbr 1st. the Merchanlits
iank will close iat noon on Thursdays.


I- '. '.llAen iandl wife. and Mrs. Ma1ry
MIlnson. (of ;Geogiltillan. i'rove over to I
I'-landai Monda iy. returning Wednesday.
Th' illirovements on i liw M.F. I .Churc'i h.
Somtli. are about completed, and tile
buililuini present-i a much improved a

Wlev. W. A. Mya1 -s ttenl1led the District
Co('lierenc., iif tlie M. lE. Chlirc,.h. Smlilth.
ait DOl)',,aid this w4a'k. Mrs. Myr'Vs :ii'-
coiipa;lniedh him.
.I. 'M. I'rson,. Inolt satisfied w.itilh niewv
I-challl.aIII N ilal bhath room.m11. i' liln \V haIi\ inig
ai towera,'i' ;lial \ lt'rltllk elr'ecteil fIr his
itialh r ,ewo, Il hoI i ,le.
a tl t It ,. .. .... .. I. .. tI.. ....... '" I..
l~a '* ia ~ l a n'E I.I iljlI- L ,ll'


a n dlo ol : p o in t s | l'l I 11 l 1" r1 "11 1 111 1",
a 1 l'%r 1 pi ts from 1i iilith A S i an; il 1 g't satisfied.
!I'. M oiirison ;i '. :i \i-i i i, .I.a; k .- t. i,. .a, N.
si T, iI'l he tenl'dirance ltll ', ting ll 1 II'-irst M. I..
silville I T i esiliv; :milI I luin i\ I .
"> i 'i l hurch hast ,s ,ndaV eveni, l w;Is l.ord--
dliro ,\i ove'ar to) his si pllai., lt I:iar r\ ill'e. .. .. ... l t
.11 in l w to prolgraml publi hel I,.lla t week. Th L
'w hei hIe w ill ro'iliii i until .\|, ,il;i"da ,v and I
... .. i ,iI 'aho Vs i |l;i''arkel flroml tli ailtaiir lo lihe
th ien at telill I i 'I ilt i t hof I l.ali .r'l';il' i .
loor. ,Som e tei u lU *,ui nce lit1ierat "' \W Is
l.XeltuilVe l orlni illt t lit lhel..nii|. h|.e -
inli i n,,n l. iI, distriIbuted after thIe Iileeting.
I..."lon i alon I'a lisoii" a 'loIliit ir.
Mi' I irothiersi ;ire ;it T. xI .e. ;ai.. S I'ri & Sti .
where they O re., doii ng- v.1ry -ood illlsi
lin.s' w'itii liheir launih. htlie tI liiuliia Thle iiiillis oif Ill .i.alterlii Star galv'
As soon ;is they rat.l lnl tio ilaiyvtol:ia thie'y i f;tl 'well ieption ll 'iiesdla.y eve lir to


w ill Ilco1Ii',mene'' thie construction o of fa
seve'''il'y-fot. light drl lur; li,,hit loat to Il ,
usedal on ll i Toniiaka ruin li. c, mllulinig
w intr.
.\ acolaliarei i. y liit i'r;ill ilinto a \\ hi il \-
,ili'i nii lilt ir S lil.st itii T hilI rs.lda iy.
Iidly Iv l oI li iil I l both w lhie l- ;iIlI s,--
f\,1 ill ll'il li th (l e I ilite iIlllil i l.,1 it i lIe'
f:ct..' TI] 1 cI i,,rI diI li illli ial w i as ;ir-
i'I-tel anld tlined for rel'kles riding. It
is getting so that a gr.o'til lunil'ny of the
'4Il,,i'd 1 reIn-thrn Pesp-cially list. noll juldge-
lilent w.halilt'\er, ili pulli il ;ig ln ainkle, ex-
prIss anl i i- iha'rdly N0sa for t li e eleai'ail
ipublli c toi be i la li i rs.t1 -l,-IS. V, Ir'* l'a--
ti tineis holiia l EI insiipo"l. I. \\ hich wouh'i ld.
ani dlioublt. tiak. tlhi 0il tl h i'i error of
Sliir w ;ai's.
.\ S pei:] l I lill' hl.:i *i i l i llt l i\% h11111-
alu ,a- l a14 ,cllr"siaIiiistt lieinA le.al II. thil' ,St.
.A igi l-t ll' V'i'r0a I-part r in lit a ;irri\..I it
aI Pat'nallai ialloit el.ieven o'clocil k Thil'ursday..
:ial I ll 1i ,%% c r w l lit ii )1 l *;iy il ,ito t
townI i. Inl jst ice-tI the tle la ie.' anlial gt eil-
t1-111i-n hl itn1t )on11is1 ,l lh e |I;I rt\. il c;inL
lt. s'aid 111 iat hli'. llv ti ll. ore like lias
a-ild helntlemen4l th1ll a 1 ia.a-y crowi' ( of exclll-
ioni- ts tllihatt \ r vis ite.l this itly. A.
liriss l>hiianl :lai. ilai in i la t ,i i ro\\d ;ill-
ali's; l-ul-a l liii i, tlio'hii hlilo t tilh l ;iy..
Thle pa:irtly Iftl fIr holmiSa eihit ,',clo,'k
in thIli,' '.-\.- iliig .
k& '.lIist recal 'i\'V1 l s4oi nI w 1 '-iiis ill
pT l';l as at Illildri,k '.


S .I l Ti Wa Illl. af l';ltiil i: li- e,,ll 1 I y l'-
'lleai' 1t i ie h ll ti t'.\\ hIll l oh1 t il t 11 t it II'
- : 1 4 Ii i- l 11l i\\c'is h 'ol i lla -- I .- ... i'll!
li-li. rif- Iit lla l, ,St alila.' tIai. 1' o'af \' :Ii -
'jaill- ilnt rrI'K.'1'. -| ." lil'ii ,ito -. I; ,,,i1i

rialiia'. i li-Is 11 i lltit.t \' ill Ih ,ll \\.i tTr.
;1lii l IH'' iila\l 1 1 i ha l ti l.i ,'lljal|t l5' lill .-.
11,. llr n i..I^'illl-, h0,1il, I. l 1, t it. 0I \\ ]l i ;i
aill' o ll, ela'l '-I a- all i I.'lt i, ill 4ia ll.' li I.ll I
hi -,I, ,.' aoliti lilh ,a t ,', ll i-i ;lTii,4 i;ll I. I t \1 -
'I'I'v' S'alli' v0roli, .|it a '1'f aI i l t ll lil III
'a hliiah-Il 'idila \-;,IitT'- "iTa:' I- .I.. ,I... it i...l
I liihi 1,h''lplii. i i, i,., i i li' a i.i l a ,., t it l i, \-
fI ll ,,,I..t ial ala.1011 :i 'l I1'lllil i ; l- l .i it i a --
lltl'l ih- l ,, :l t ; ili ,i ltaii, h l ti-taTr' \\ it ii
,.'rt li/ hiiI\'.\ i'l ,i- l ii n il 1- -11, a Ii
lilti\ '' ; i riil il o I I-L i'i. iit 1 ii ,l Ia tl ,'
-l:i.\ -Rtioli lt'.r l ii '. \\ ;ita' i t -.- li:.-
'l'.lltithli-ae I'a,iail;Il


I Lunch Room..


Mr ai Mlrs. nI'. IF. Mansiaeld. who w. ill
leave' Mallily for Colorado.' l;i. lhe hoin14
of Ir. alal M rs. G op.i' Silolrullil. .
Very enjoyallsld I iveniilll % is slie l t Iy .aill


i*'' Si t- h lli ine 4if ll.4 ktil- ;: S ill i ilh 1
Son I-.
Th,, .l ii16 1r S.e \ ii,, Circl, w ili, t
tihatl. lNIrs. iDiliu hli- li far tIhr iiv i- of h,.r
h l .iiil .1ii{ a all of lhlair f'ia.ills w o. h
kilndl"y asistI l e hd th in their i'ce ir.'tiii
soci.'al la-t I\',lidiesdai'y afternaiooii w which
eiiable-il lh.liv i to make, .l.11'. i. o, f %w which
$11.70 i leair. Th.- m lilniv is tao hlIp
tlhei irn .Ia. Ito o 1.\ litlltlt ri'll Ito llilka. lipl
folr a at7.za;r.

aa aIl< 1 line l'.o-ja.lia r|I .

S%;11,1.1i A Si%.
At li l' Il ting o, l" 1 i llif; \ lailla'"
T'I'l -1 ;: y ,V ,liilnli t fl li \\ Illll ,,,l
wer'e era l ,tdl to, lllr lil.'-rsilip. Thl f.oI-
Io w iil iJ ll-i.' lil4I ll li .tii li ti4 flia I- \a r,

l, ,, lll.,... l,,h ,N- llny. \. I I S.o illit I, I in ,
louilit'owa;il:'i'lorporals. \li ii--t .\A li-tl-
ter. Ne.\ ille I'lark,.1. I). I'C irliclhalt .C 'iias.
Gardlina'r. f Ilto We'litir lanild lii- .lins-
ti,-li. ''hl oliilii '." now i,,'. hsi ;i rii,,1i la.i-r
hsi ,1 l ai I hiiri -. l i llt.

It'a "Silx I 'sa l ir ii 'l ati l ts. '

.Iyigr ls;iw S. r,+iit otfthe criminal
i lourt iif .I ecor'l J of Il'' liiU ;i hala1 i 1a ,l-
., pil111i i io01 i | lll .4 "1 Ili I ; \I lit r lto I fl (
-T! l.' i of tI l 'l rii l i la 1'tiu a ifra 0iia
a 11ia iit % i all s's ill \\ iii i ttt li ',-ialiia
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to r hl ili 10i .o i' .i1 ci 0.hatrt !!lll t- r;ia i iir,_ t I ,
lirt' lf th,. i;aN\ i o141 ,- li t al,.Hlls '. ;.i it' i
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TIRED OF LIFE.


The Cleveland Leader (of June 12th
Mayys:
"L. I. Rawvson, president of te 'I'leve-
land Ilruan & Iron Biedstead Co.. 15.2
Merwin street,*killed himlsef, Wednesday,
ait hisIi lioile. .-O Sotuth He shot himself in the right temple with
a revolver. I'nll'o)cioumessM followed
instantly. and hi' diedd a few minutes
later.
"Mr. IRawson had leen suffering from
melahinwholi for six oreighlt months. He
hadl bieel in poor lheitlth for five oar six
years and the failure of the Cuyahoga
Savings &A lanking Co.. in which he1 was
lieavily iiiterest#el, was a lieavy blow to
himI..He worried over the fail reit great
deal and fi finally his lindi was o(verltOllle
lby ielani h,1olia.
"lIr. A. W. Wa lswortl, an elec'tri.
treatment specialist. called onil Mr. Raw-
I0 11at II I. ln., Wedlmsdiy.v and Mr.
Rawsomll nlied cheerful andil told Ef a
call hlie hadl made upo)n a neighbor Tues-
day night. TlIe doctor stepped oulilt ,of
the I o'imll for a moment 1land1 hear a1
slihot. lirryintg back toi tihe room. ie
found Mr. Rawsoni dying.
"IL. 0. Kawsoil, who wam about year' of nge. early in him buSillneSm tln ver
was in the liook and news business on
Superior street, just west otf the Publi"
lisquare. After selling oiut his interest
there' le ltaInle assnm.iated with .A. A.
Iolp in their mallealle iron Ibusiness. and
aaliraa4d iiliit' a frtuine. Early in tile
h.l0's lie o Ight a l Irge ran' planta-
tion in Floriila. Hie suffered.l two losses.
sever' winters killing off the itres t wice

."ItawsoI w'.Is a veteran of ille C(ivil
War. lHe joined the Cleveland Girays in
1I61 and hadi laen a memi.nl'r ever 5ine.
II.' was active upI to IS., whell lien l
joined li' lpioiner rank. At thle time of
his retirement hle wias ciief ,of enginiers.
"11 leaves al widow buit ino chiildreln.-

For Sale Cheap.
I1 e tru- ik fll of 'nil hand clhthing.
1 tool chest 1il4l 1t1,ols. h1 loit larden1
tol ls. i ,a.ist laet: ;ilsI t limit lirala Ir.ty )ln
llaliflax river kiiown a AlligaEto Pint.
Apply to Ci. I.. sMiTi.
-NO WET AND DRY ELECTION.

NO WET AND DRY ELECTION,


T" I... .I I ,..... ... i.. .... 1.. ,,. .it .t


To Close Out


OUR SUMMER DRESS GOOMW

WE OtHR THEM AT' d


One Half Price.


New line shoes and oxford ties just received.


The well known Hamilton and Brown Shoes


have no equal*


We sell them. 4 i


See our Job Counter for low prices on Shoes.


5oore Y ros.


PORT ORANGE ITEMS.

Mrs. Walter llan Dlrn drove to our vil-
lage last Friday andl sient thie day with
Mrs. Mill11urn.
Saturlldaly was a daly of arrivals andl
departuresi't. M1i.ss Mai y lirohin arrived


TEACHERS APPOINTED.

T'he regular lmei lfing Eof the w'hool$
i11ill for this county wias held at ID-
Lwlinl Tuesday. vwitlh aill meninler present.
Til' r',llrt aif st s ial 'election in tll
s4li0l Il ulldist 'i'ts wIasii'eeiVed. howinDg


I fit' I ll% i a lam mi .lssaim i ita I I t _-
Ia.i li st Sa li l I iiilt t th' r- li le much to i the delight of her finilv I if t f llwing trste for
alai ,' I a .lilalga .halila's. .1ilVh nl the all 'ri ,. iiaal fil 'hiall aifte" at 'l'iil"5 iilsut'a'. lie a'iisllilig t',v, yasIr-s:
S of g W n arriv and .lli ew yrnla-.I-.. .L'hiltln.t'. L.D ohn,
ere. ;i list oifliih nu's were presented to oIne of oullr popular young ladys 'a.1. rI. I.err.
,I hianii ala twoit attlor'ineys were sent Io married Sunlaliv morning in th, C('onige- l.iak I il-Il-. I I'tnain. -. W. latch,
T'ailipa to sillw case. w% hy thle wet' ail gationllil 'chirc.h. k.
dry ele-lti(on should not114 lie lield. The Miss Willa .1lhnloii. daughter of Mr. ITLa I 'l -.. Mae. lason Noble,
4.,court bielIl tIhat tlihe petition lwas. not and Mrs. Willialm .1lilinson, old reusidaenlt- I I;. lhlk,.
d a lpt itiion miller ti lw I. ailil tihait ano iSargrent. of Oak Hill. Thle marriage *,'. .1. 1. iii
e'l< iion oiiluild I' lialal; a' li so hiehl that ceremony was irfortind by oev" Mr. li W. "thW. ". .A. McKen-
th,.i "'0rilliary ,elation" prol viidedl by law MI''vis, of Dalyt n. (I v.. Wetlierfo Iral IN*- zi..1. I i .
is a legal e.le.- tio,i. sillh i. is 'iconiteml- in g atiseiit). aThe bride linll riesmaniii a P k- Smith
1 9 x Hawvk. .1. Iow EA S.irk-- .. i. M. Smith,
played inll 'l"r tII. hla'l aoptioin laiw. looked lovely in their white rainient. .A 4'lliii i .
Swiihiii sixty iys of which timen noi wet laIge gathering rehltives and frientEds n Elo i 'au. Fi .. W tae aGt
i1if11y Ilill--<' I". \\,tih,,retll, o 1eo411e
inl dry l telation can ll a h .h filled the chu.rcli to overtiowing. Thl t ilae.ui Willa Mr. d l
-- bidlesunial iand lsti man were tf i e Dv i. t 'll ia hle.
h,'assse I. al,,,nI. L'eo SpIlinhig--.I. S. Y'elviington,
SSee liuarris the.' paI ra pl. or. bri sister lne l 'l'. Sparklnn h Ita,',,rt .lait .. lin lI',,,E rik.
,parl".i,' o'a i' % .. rk. St'ulio. I'...k pl l ieft by thea nixt train for l., ',,,ez- I; i. M;.i lory. Z. Bur-
10h,. L. hil l,' ol. lak H ill. thl ir i lltUiri hi lle. The we.- ,li,. I I t r, I i
ili g 'pres'iiI s were,' boti ih ailut ifil all I
; ,I I a!'.) ,a,,L)- II. \. r~ gh h1,11. .1. Sproul,
N.I. 1. I'o fil -l.
EXCURSION TO ATLANTA. I iit i.llaisti. 1- Iir a' asails ...'. voted
.K A,,sl As A i\\1 ilills.r. Ilia patilit,.r' :i11 1 i I .Me'iil l a: i l 'o sli-io, l irl M)e eX-
"lhI.' I;a'a,,r h p ,,uthirllA I ahri Iadil
S Ni ( 1 .o o lic I l la .4i I il i,; .I'' hIlIli el'. a .lla 't ;l n ih,.i ail,.. i in l t il it .l .'l Ia Ia.I.n. .il ill that di -
, till l tt.la le ;.is a. 1 ill nmak L Ii, niitaki ill ,ll o lia I hI, ta x wa.s vote at I w.. m ills.

ThIl rolliulI, I tri at firom Pala. si tlthloo th .a tition'll wai t r eivedI frmn tlhel trus-
\tli;i \ill I, -,.iio andl Io M ,,o i tes f irom rrnIond ;.!.iin for miI;, furni-
ilre' fillr lheir schlu l Uiliiililah ;indi the
S.0100. Speciall trail of4 elega lt v .(,ll.lies ;
will hl.rve I ati a ll;,k "i a t i7aI. a i. viiiiiTHE "SKEETER." il: oll r w 'i a l -'a I '' .t i n.Ti..li ,oner
..t M i ,'ao n 1:.' ii iik .. ;a l, .1 tla n tiia i.lio i ai il l 'a i h tl,,, a r a ia-I .
p. il. Ti k,.ts ill i, nga, I I' rtm iiii il IiEmiinent piliysii lis have' igr.l tlhal ITh re -igii:il ionli al I Ii loi lrts ,s a
;11i- r<'V il;llt' lt. -.'lig a^ i[iiill i .E l.-t''. ti i' s liili is hia lu. se. of he. sph';'nhil i ll'-.Iat at I r;ii,'', i .\ ia ..M'i l and
.blly sill. I1412. of ilita llil a allli o lthlr f'.t\r ''a -ii :r''i 'I .
la0il a ai-ll Ia'.*.n.iuiss ,Lr a 0 ia i;il- 1' ill a i'. 1\terilhin;ie a ;i very nlill ,\xi .ii.sa. "l'i,,.*il, trihIiti, ill i',,a'' I lhri lit 1he
rolililiilii\ hli .r 'iill-ioi1i- tao *".. o I a'ir alll I..,de-i aiing relieved of tili il a011 riOi. iilir hill' \;iiiliitii a f t.i' eiirs had
'4liiifrf.l M ;. i taTii' i ( .lla 'fr lf i ii i .'tia ll ait **tin;. ihe liseas,.e rlii- air'' li i. ,ii hi l ll I .l l a a iili .:hil.- i-5ie,.gI aas fil-
of thi. St i1 \\ ill ;ak-' ;hinl: lintal -' a of i li.. carri-a-l l .i iii. \ alil ll ii lount ol oil of I o0, -: I 'ii '- .iil .I-';aiia' N1. Payne,
\'r'l \ law i[.it,'. il ai+la r (-a vi-i\ r iti\i .- s.i*illi a ;il iri a I a \\ i t. | i' tii t oi l ii al",0as lr;u;tli % I r Ilhll i i, l .iha -,.. I .)lla
anl firi.llads ill it hli Iloria c. ities. IfiIor' liliniry k-ri s. iia oil rnio' tigahol ari\.I lo tlh.r ;i ni 1 '-hi: .oiil ,_ ,. li'r-t. r i'. I'illtii.s,
llliitlalt' iii4a rll;t ioi li i n al ,I, i r,'I -l;%ll i\'aa ia1'1 ila |i tiua. II lifl a i | lf"ll aw'ill i .;il ,' I ]l.i .i';iia-- \. "il .;1:, ,,iah ,'.-. ;itli lK i'l -
ti) this ;II\n.vil -iio i ,i ll #i 1 1 .i I tl l\ -1li - .. -.. m .. _,.;.I .... 1, ..... L I f.. ..1- t -1 .- 1. ;..... ..k %1 .


,'o m ml n im i n g ll lll l \n 11 1 ;it In y \ I .1 l ;. h < i, In i cII iilc in r h111 111 Iei1 1 : i 'i l i u p in .1
I. S. A I I- .. II;4 Ir Il IT ril'it i.. I'lo- i .l I nmla't to .w ,tl ailil not i) aIble, to l-. Iae.t
I ;i- ,.i 'r .-',,ii :iT .la a l,-a aai' iIl,,. a,,' i ,
II. Ilh, ii.'-. Ia'i a'!;il i';i" i-l.rtr '.m it. !
\ia,,, a T. ,i Executive Committee to Meet.
SToI wlillo it Il. concern.
l)n M ol, la;,h .lIl :tr'. 2" ;it hll a aIa k.
Stops the Cough and Works oft the Cold ;t. ill.. il l al..alld. ; It IlO I 111n t 11 il-'.
l-;'il\;ti ai a' 'la ilila- l'|a l 1 11- | i it I a1.'t i .a I I. I 41 Ti I t
1., ,i I o >- tha-ra w ill it H a n-h' tins o f ti \ oanai-la i
,,i iii in 0ill ,i i i .\ \ \ 111I N oI I i ".2 -Dr .

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I 'a1 .M,,-i .,., II. 1". l'rilea'ill; third
a.ra1;I'--r Ia 1"-". i; ,a!.hlihlle, Mai'ry l.
- l..,.n.' \ i. I irlni. I',orda I .rawdly.
I 'a ,ii -, ,niI i: ia ,''.riTtific;at, ,eraT is-
.Ial ti .a aili a 1 aa + + hiri-. ;ii4i lhir ,ee w ere
l asi i'sl ; li_ 1ai ,Ti '. l .l l l to obtailill lr-
Ii i t '- l 't sil
aI. ;o'l .'. IIIL a i]. n ai i t- of tea' ah-

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VoL 14. No. e2.


Daytona, Florida. June 21. 1902


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Iv o Hair(

"My hair was falling out very
fast and I was greatly alarmed. I
then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and
my hair stopped falling at once."-
Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, 0.

The trouble is your hair
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, Ayer's Hair Vigor
will restore color every


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.TEA D Pm4 alWlemee Come- EleetrleltYt
S I At a time when electricity Is rapidly
e. M ..d "-Every Saturday. transforming the face of the globe,
when It has already in great measure
o s o Cle ma r annihilated distance and bids fair to
D )W. FrITZGERALD, P-nus abolish darkness for us. it is curious to
notice how completely Ignorant "the
t $1.50 per Year in Advann Advane plain man" remains as to the later de-
aNotiem lc per Line Each Time. velopments of electrical theory. Some
recent correspondence has led me to
think that a vague notion that electric-
ertitd at the Poetolice at Daytona. tfly is a nluid which in some mysterious
Floorida as Second ('lass Matter. way flows -.irouh a telegraph wire
like water l trough a pipe Is about as
Saturday, June 21. 1902. far au he ot-s got. and if we add to this
some knowledge of what he calls "elec-
tric shocks" we should probably ex-
Demis Eagan. postmaster at Jackson- haust bith Iddas on the subject. Yet
ve, ms dead. Mr. Eagan was one of this is uot to be wondered at. Even
the leading Republicans, and ex carpet- the most instructed physicists can do
berps f Florida. He has held a Fed- nothing but guess as to what electric-
ealn oote almost continuously tinve tlh ity is. antd the only point on which
uWudst tw tthey nhrr e is s to what it Is not.
ivem1truetion periiod.. -There is. in fact. a perfect consensus
of opinion among scientific writers
Last week thirty-two sinon..ure that it is. not a tluid-i. e.. a continuous
Democrats r-gistered in thl Daytona stream of loiderable matter, as is a
pirilen ctor the cominTg primary. Tlie f liquid or a gas-and that it is not a
pbrinct lofr thes marm i prwiuar fthatform of energy. as is heat. Outside
who mgtered nmust bear in indino that this limit the scientific imagination is
they m t be provided with poll tax 1-1 at liberty to roam where it listeth, and.
ceipts for two years bn'foer- they will I'e although it has used this liberty to a
cabled to vote. This is a matter that consider r;ilo extent, no definite result
Ull voters should give their attenti Ot. j has followA up to the present time.-
Academy.

We dere to call thedere to call t he attention of tho- l.lckln- Her Ctamps.
public to the fact that the lonicy.k. iathis We find the following i'aneclotes In a
from Ormond to Port Orange an- undlr Napless iol'r: i'At the ;xostotmice yes-
the~slmrrion of the Bicycle Sidlath terday anrid the large crowd gathered
Smmission and all persons iliog n around the window, was a young Eng-
Saommwito o n. and all persons goiIsh lady. handsome. well dressed and
the paths without an ofliial lta" w ill I- accompanied iy her maid. The young
liable to arrest and fine. The l s f-' lady ad Just purchased some stamps
is 1.00 per year. but a tag goo ol for thli and was about to affix te them to a num-
balance of this year may bI pre-ureld for ber of letters which she hleld in her
fty cents. hand. Ilelicately tearing off a stamp.
she said to her m:aiid. "'Pull (sicl out
your toligue.' And the mail. with Eng-
StL Johns county now has the b-oiy-l.-' lish impassivity, thrust forth her
aidepath law in effect and before a gmaut tongue. while the mistress passed over
while it is probable that other wil follow suit. Volusia was the tirst quently stuck on a letter. She went
to have the law effetive. If the matter through the entire package of letters.
was taken up in all tme counties of tlw and for each one the obedient waiting
Stase in the )ur*, offa vears Fist- maid thrust out her tongue for the
Ida woul eaew couof a pt Is mistress to moisten the stamp. Curl-
wouldbean..tworkofbiy.l pt ous manners these English people
and a good bicycle path is almost aits hae."
bemwrial to a community as a good
oad. The Canon and the Lawyer.
The point of the following story lies
For biliousnems us,' Chamtwrlain's in the important part which the "three-
8omach and Liver Tablets. They penny bit" plays in church collections
elame the s:omn-h and rnil tte tl;e in England. Canon Blank was having
l--_ &d kns---..i .f.>t.Oc r n islll-k mAill I a frl t.lh- o-nfl' rf Inlt fat the suiire'R.


permanent cure. Forsak'byalldrugtists. and one of his opponents was Wigsby.
the barrister. The canon lost a "life"
and took from his pocket a threepenny
TEACtNR'S SUMMER SCHOOL piece to pay for it. which lie placed on
the edge of the table.
State Superintendent has just issued "Oh." said Wigsby. "I see. canon.
the following circular to teachers and you have had your finger in the plate."
The canon drew himself up to his full
n aool orerl: height, a good six feet. and. looking
"In addition to t Central Suiinier the man of the law full in the face
school. with sverai new departments to said, "'m surprised that you. Mr.
be beld at Tallahassee. summer schools Wigsby. In the presence of this re-
will be held at the following places, conil- spectable company. have the audacity
dated by faculties named, and begin- to recognize your own paltry contrlbu-
airgon MoMndy. July 14th: tionr'
PNsacola (for both rares)-Prof That Tk.
P. Baya. Principal. assisted lby Miss Electric lamps not only can be made
Rowema Longmir and L. 1). MR.ie. to talk, but also to sing. An ordinary
tarke (for whites)-Plrof. Arthur Wil- are light can be made to produce
IWhet principal. assisted Iby Miss Chtleni sounds in two ways. One is by placing
Hampton. the arc in the circuit of a telephone
Orlando (foft whites)-Prof. Thomas instead of the ordinary receiver, and
F. McBeath. principal. assistedby Miss the other is by placing it in the circuit
Elisbeth Bang. instead of the ordinary transmitter.
de City (for wt)-Pr. V- In either of these' positions it will
Dade City (for white')o-Prof. t. pronounce words. which can be heard
Waagh. principal. aiistel lby Prof. J.. distinctly at a considerable distance.
M. Stuart. j It naturally follows, also. that the elec-
Ocala (for negros.) Prof. F.'.. hlatha- tric arc can le utilized as the receiver
way, principal. assii.tedl by P'rof. Fndr and also as the transmitter of a tele-
Toseaiv. phone.
lnagth of terni-lt is intentdedl that
The French Horn.
each ofthew schools shall continue for The French horn or cor de chasse Is
The French horn or oor de chasse Is
six weeks, though any eon. or all of regarded by some musicians as the
them. may wb closed earlier if not prop- sweetest and nmellowest of all the wind
early attended. Instruments. In Beethoven's time it
Purpow-The obj'-t in c-ondeiiting was little else than the old hunting
these schools is not merely to assist horn, which, for the convenience of the
teachers for examination, but the chief mounted bunter, was arranged in spiral
aim isnto instrumt thetm in uiethodls aild convolutions, to be slipped over the
Shed and carried resting on one shoul-
ia pedagogical principles. leo.- insir- der and under the opposite arm. The
ing them with higher ideals as teacher' Germans still call it the waldhorn-
and with a true educational spirit, that is. "forest horn."
Course of study-Much latitude i. -
given tihe teachers of the st .hoo0 ls in iitsol T'1i O 11011 Tl0til II1..
adapting their instruct ion to thew coinli- N)% i, th tihe i 1tlI irovil0. o01r-.--If
iandl tilnilv \\ ithli a lotitle eIe I h.li.I r-t
tion in which they unay find their pupils; ll .s ',, i.-. 1 it'ti.- ;i it l ii;r in o.'
the Syllabus prplartl for 1Si' 99uand I1N ite> lR m.idy. It io *iliii.ot ..rt.1iili ei .
will be furnished teacher- andIl pupils.a ;inl ne-dell! ii, foirt' ti ho. milnI tlr .- t i\%.r. 0ili.l it
may be used as a gguile se f .i >s pilltilt v ri .tir,-* l li e, I ii;y -.v 01 i ;, iriijo ,t.
t. II i, nI t ti t fil.,I t ,wo lI l 00i 0 iir wl-i..i t -. .-


meet present nic',. siti .'N. -,010. it is e, ', r ,,t.i';ilthiiti to h-
Books--Few. if anll. 1new Ieooks i'-l thi ,. i'ii stl .isire. iifil Inie'dIi-0i* iii il 1sftr
be puri hawed. lienoe pupils \\ ill take sNi,. lh I, 'I ., itiimli] it-. oeith foir chihlr,'ei ;ltiel
books as they may have ,lltlt N fioilv e 1i1 ;ffr I to..- a ithi
oI '1 itt 11. I 'or -;il' I ea ill i n.mii, --
* Only tea-lhier and lryenii.-t ln'|oi:sritiu
to teach, sixteen years of (aof a ntil ov- 1
will be admitted. asl- ti 'es. s.liool, ar;i- .
conducted with the one view of lettr-
ingl the teaching fone' of the. State.
Transportation-Appli.-at ion itI has l n i
made for a one-fourth fare' reniin tiia
home. Those. purchasing full fanr .
ticket. going will take r-'-..ili' from ti
their local agents.
Board-The hwlal ausithit i.- iha %t
promised toecuretunoi.ar at hotels and '
in good families alit eeach l- -. ;at the' )w- ,-
eat possible nite obttaitinable
Co-operanition of school otti'.rs--Every
encouragement shoiold l ..eiven ti -;ihliei 'r d c
to attend thlWs s('litoolsi. NoV selh-,1ol %%ill
be maintained at any plae if tIhe so-lisool, kills, not necessarily suddenly,
of the county are allowed. tio oils le-fon. but SURELtY. It preys upon the
theckWoe of the Ttolehwrer .'hool. intellectual powers more than
Further information lmav l se .nre we realize. It consumes the
by addeneing thie suiseriitentlent of the vitality faster than nature can
county in wthis a wsiool iN li.ll. or Ith. replenish it, and we cannot tell
the instrutors o ainf s is.ool. just what moment a temporary
Owe iun lorrscompaere ableirratol.notIth.


(lONI'TI'ATlI-:1i 1 ilO I.S.
To have god health, te I.o.lo shoi0uild
be kept inun laxative condition. and the
bowels moved at ie.ist olne a ly. so
that all the ploillsonlls ;wastes are t e..
piled daily. G. 1. Edlarmls. 1-2 N.
N inSt.. Wishita. Kansas. writes: "I
have ield Herline to nvulateth. ll' iver
ad heowels for the" p,'.-t ten yea.irs. ;inml
fimund it a reliable r'n-mid'." '. at .1 .M
Jones.
TAX r 0% 1 n1tS


or complete aberration ot the
mind will result. Headache and
pain should be promptly re-
moved-but properly. Many
pain cures are more harmful
than the pain. Beware. If
you would be safe, take

e... Pain Pills.
"As a result of neuralgia I lost the
sig lt of my right eve. and the pain I
have suffered is incomprehensible, be-
ing obliged to take opiates almost con-


I 1ll r1and Fe1 V.11. ista IIM la ttes 4 1 mol i>" E .
T'AST I.ES. s HII.I. T i-. It i.- si"mplyv
Iron and lliiliiin' in t a tllt.-1 l's florm.l
No ('ire. No lPiivy. I'rSie .'olI ietlt-l.

Before and After.
Single Mani ito hiniselft-- am sure
that darling little' antl gl loves me. She
takes ue into her cotiltidente and tells
nie all hl'r trouble's.
Samite M1ian Isootil-' years laterl---on-
sarn it all: I'roin Itmorning till night
and night till niorning. when I'ni at
home. I l 'ar nothing but tales about
the servants, the hutcher. their butler.
the baker. thc candlestick utaker anld
all the rest of 'ei'--New York Weekly.

Mtusnderstood.
"And we have one baby." said the
nit-ek man. who was applying for
board. "Will you mind it;"
"Mind it':" snapped the thin faced
landlady. "Of course not. Ito you
thiuk I'ni a nurse'"-Chica.go News.


tons:
"Atter mny time come leunte stay e?
long ez possibly. Don't make de fu-
neral serniont too lo;ig. kaze dat'll
Make tie sleep only de sounder: but
lio\w de dinner ho'n over mie. Ef dat
don't wiale ine. I is sho' gone!"-At-
lanta C('onstitution.

Forethounght.
"You are prolbaibly not aware, sir.'
said the .ingry father. "that last year
niy ':iuglhter sPiont $1.500 on her dress."
"Y"s. I iam."' said thli young man
firmly. "'I olaised her to do it over a
ye ';r ; go,). whl n we first became ien
ga gled."

The Morulag.'m Work All Done.
Mistress-Is that sewer gas I smell?
Svr'ant (lately arrived frotu Osh-
kosli- No. iii'aIm. I've elanled the
roomiis. made thli beds aiid turned on
tho gas ready for the night.-A erican
I hl rew.


To Cure a Cold In one Dai. still 145.3g.
'Fak-e Laxat iv, it iom~o tiiuisiile IiI~.t-IT';cher-l amioiurprisowil that you are
All olrstg~ii!-t s rofinid iv h oon ..v if t f;Ij. not furtii&'r ad v:iic'oi. Yiou are extreme
too~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~h vir' I oo e if~ t. ~ iatekwarirl for 3paxur ago,.
o'ash ov ;25go. Little (;irl-Yus'in. Mainna wauts
:o tiarry azli iIn.


"THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
is PARADISE REGAINED."


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41.


SOUTNSNO-RAD DOWN.

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S Miami


In Effect June 8, 1902.


WORTNSOUND-EEAD UP.
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BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
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Daily. ilDaily Isai D al y I allyI BRANCH. I Pally lpasiiy DalOiy Di'..ly le..i~y
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Daily Daily Dai~ly boai.'
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1 15 p &30 a Ar SanMato,, Lv S5a35 8 20
No.221 N 21No.19 N0102 7 No.5l M &YPORT NN I No 2 N No.&ta24j
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nSn, loaunl Daily bI iy LDal.y Y u.
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10 30 '1 '5230 p -160p :010a P-stkobo each 11 oeaIIp5 30P 1341 p
251035123;p 5 35 P.I 5 p 101.5a AtlantieBch e, 15a 755 a 12 25p 5 25;' 3 351.
ll 50i' 441.5 53 P 1303200, 20OIa A~r Mayport Lv AM it,7 4r) a12 03 rj5 13 ,, 32:1
Dixie Flyer Routp Sleeping Car op.wrated wi traIns 5 and 22.


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SLv... Enterprise Lvll0 a 4 t06 p 1145a Ar Orange CIy Jet Lv 1 15 15
9 A 0 'A.- Sanford Lvlt 11 00 a,
These Tile Tables show the times t wht-h trains may be expected to arrive an, fr-m the several stattons. but their arrival or departure at the times statd is nut gruaran.-.d.
nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arislug there-
from.


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ROO-MS.


EDUCATIONAL MEETING. ri M a iRit` o dw-
The twelfth annual meeting of the L t --W
Southern Educational Asmociation will ni 14r i
be held in Chattanooga, Tenn., July 14. 11 168 %r d vi e $
this year. The time of this meetinnd tAtleLmake Fa- CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION. i .--.
the ticket conditions give opportunity After the rattlesnake had been adopt- -- didt im to take a very g i
to reach the National Association at ed as an emblem and bad appeared oU The Democratic County Executive w- hee mbarMed Ws.
Minneapolis July 7-11. after the Sou- the flags of several of the coloniesBen- Committee met at IeLand Monday
then almntrns. Jamin Franklin defended the device on om t e tenny
This lorooumi*n to biae onef t largest the grounds that the rattlesnake is evening and issued the following call for Old Bachelor Une-Wl Char
aThis lrouie to Ie on of thi larwt h found only in America; that all ser- a primary elation: what do you want now?
and most pro ttable neetingi in the hi- pets' emblems were considered by the The Democratic County Executive Charlie-Oh, I want to be rich.
tory of the assNo'iatljlt. Since State ancients to be symbols of wisdom; that Committee of Volumia county. Florida, "Rich! Why sor'
Superintendent. Hlon. W. N. Shewatni has his bright, lidless eyes signify vigl- hereby calls a I)enmocratic Primary Ele-- "Because I want to be petted Ma
been choen to preside. over the body ait lance: that he never attacks without tion in and for said county. to be held on says you are an old fool but must be
the i coming meetlint F)loridashouldl show first giving fair warning o bhis pre*- July 13th. A. D)., 1 02, in compliance petted because you are rich. But t's
hwr aplorl.iation (of this high hconor 0y3 ence; that his rattles, while distinct,
w ap io large d .leg hi. honor are so firmly Joined that they cannot with the rules and regulations as prse- a great secret, and I mustn't tell itr'
aendirg a largti delegation, be separated without being ruined for- .rilwid iby tlw State Ex.-'utive Conm- Tkrhlllln Moena.-
Railroad tickets fromn an*y ir t will ever, and that as he grows older the nittel, at tlwir wweting in tiw city of "Johnnie." called the mother, "I
cost one fare for the roun.! trip. plu $2 rattles increase in number, as it was Jacksonville on th.l ftftenth day of April, want you to go to the store for me."
as a nietilpn-rship fie. TI', srliedile will to be hoped the colonies would. 1u12. ex exlot that tle. laws of the State "Wait a second. maw," replied the
Il as follows: I av.e .iJaksonvill..fttie Indeed this idea was made use of In ,,f Florida not having provided for the' youth, who was absorbed in a five
:30 at 7:4I) p. I.. via thl.. Atlantt. Val- a flag device which represented a rat- otilig ,4 the nrgistratiot books on cent volume. "Pepperhole Pete has
d & West*rn It., arrivingiAtlanta teake ith nine Joints. eah oint the dates as fixsl ly the State Den-o- thirty-seven njuns to kill, an' It'll only
the following inorning at 7:2.-,: htavo lettered with red silk. Tile head wa .ratis Exes.utivo. Cuotmnlittoe. toowit: take him about two minutes."-OIio
Atlanta vina thit W. & t. It. It.. it s:22. marked "N. E." (New Englandi. the re- i State Journal.
lan~th~ al pe W 1 ti. 11r a :k-mainuling sections "N. Y.." "N.J.." "Pa.." .ui.n 12. 1 :and 14. 1P)02, tihe nwenielwrs
th us allowing pletntyof tin for brnik- .. "va.," "N. ('.." "S. C.." and of th. countyy lI.n.ocratic Executive' I telleetuall sl*mmii .
fast at thunion deot. and arriving in "Ga." This curious standard was dis- Conliittee. in their rensloi-tive prewincts Querist-Doing any slumming these
Chattanoolga at n-oot. carded for the one made by Mrs. Ross %will aot a.i registration ofticer in thIe pnr*- days?
E. .1. Walker. Florida p.asetnger agent int Philadelphia li 1777. a flag similar ,.incts frot,,m whih tlwy are a nenialer. Psinnlck-Oh, yes; occasionally I
of the. Na.-hvill,. (hattanlool a & St. to thile United States flag of today, only for thel. p,l ,e. of registering anit y iandall read a modern society novel.-Chicago
Louiis Ry. will eatroinpainy this party to with fewer stars. iersisS entitled- to register under tihe Tribune.
SChattanioooga. and will Ile- pleiase to oall aiS n.ade I)y ti.- State Ilkn...-raitic
furniish infornliatieon as too rates. etc.. to Only ruing ll had tiitt af Profeniod. egjl NOttCtS
,i11 thortl ew io ali Oit iate thie, trip too i n- 1 Brooklyn magistrate r ,cently had -xt,-titive. ,mnitnittee aP aforesaid. and LS Zl N o tic e s.
e~all tho who Sti.i ate tho trip To MlI- four darkies who were caught in a th.. said rlgistratiaon ot4i.ers hereinaft.er
neaialdis or St. Paul a.-o.nlt of th--. gambling raid Ieforl him. The first Inin.il ;.11 lt.'o.lwey ordl.red to, on regis- An Ordlinlce to te .eglafte OW
National Ediational A.soiationi. In-1 ,of the lot to le brought to the lIar was trati, it I.ooks in their res|l'tive pre.-!' CAotaoin of Di v toways
formation will also l.hleer'nIly fiiriiil.l an undersized man. with a comical .in,.:s on thie .dlvs oonleT'rl by itle State .' it orlletined by int ('of ioion 'ouinil
ly .1. hI. Itaff.rty. general anent A. V. A face. as black as night. The dialogue I'xve'ut iv'e 0tninit, t., in tlh..ir .alil i i .rior,: no pr
W. Ity.. .Jacksonville. between the magistrate and the pIris- TIo.oshii. to-l it:,.i lute 12. 1unl 14 it.Vstr.eha t tefortl ioi,. priest eallor -ey. -int.
owner created some merriment in the 1ro ui. t ,t ol or "[14 o10Yto con 1- p ltlt'.*l.
court. I. t1-. t" t ji i f r. tlll thirty or Enlor' f,-o,'
You Know What You Are Taking '"What is your name?" inquired the Thl1 IIo-,t ale'Is of tite*" louity 'olmilteitt e Pa-'I first relndint. Mlv I. Ir.
When voui take ( rov's 'Tastel.s Chill magistrate sternly. \ lto an. to ) at aIs reistlratio i o ti.t er P'i '..- ,-l..ti ro.minr .Iaim.. o IN.a'.
Tonic bI.'ause tih- fortiula i plainly l"Mahi name's Siniff." replied the (e.\,el.pt ill pilre.-iits Nos. :1. 3. S and Il. Appr,%.d KIrk
printled onil every I ttl.t .show1 iir tl;.t it da arky u whr, lo- .r th llan thie n*Ininier o t l I J. WI LK I 'N So 'N. C' I.rk
.loillN B. I',.\ItKIN- eN..MNaoy4r
isoseeilnltt irtin and lueinint. in t iiIt ,.-e. "What Issyour professions.. I rso uil
is sim l ironman s ni n i tI'z a locksinff by trad. sah." ;I',4;t I stooit i N I
form. Noo 'usr.. N\, l'ay. 2-,-'. "What were you doing whe-n thr Mt "4-..
Slie' -broke into the room last oight' 1 tei W. S. I NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
"Judge, I was pursuing' tmah profes- "" "2. I *r;iange 'ity. W. 4 .C allflooll.. O son Nti,. i- I,,r..t.Vy ielI to all -r.-lif,,rm. hsga-
A Men- Refleetloi. I was making' a bolt for the :, I. INl.tol. .lohltn It. Wethlere-ll. it.- Him .li-tiilt,-''"- eiltI ll IT'r-,n.I- ;is vini:,
Buggins-See here. porter. This mir- d or." u I I 'o.n Spritngs. .. .Jllo..N iii' o. .otr i.tr iii t e .fa.e ot: -e.
ror is so dusty I can't see myself in It "'(,iver." said the magistrate, with d- :',. E- lorieo V. .11 Hill. oriht. e ort'- 'ol the s.a t th. i'er-in4 t.li
Hotel Porter (who has not been tip- a int 3rry twinkleI in his eye. "lock ." I;. t..ville. ;. '. Hle.aley. ,,r f -lone,' il e ,'t rrc1.e' tIi.II
ped by Bugginsi-Strikes me yo' ought Smith up. -New York Tribune. 6.- Or'nl,,nt \\ '. l..i'aN;. .t -, ;. ,V
to be mighty thankful 'stid o' making' a 7.--"--- r on W. I. 1;.t. A I *l A .I* a 1 s -I EY .
fuss about ILt-London Tit-Bits. IPt Itl e..r t I. it. il 1 I EI.O.relih.rai x ..f l .-e-
!it* lnal Inottructlons. "" Irt O'alf.. 11. K. I)li,.
An old darky wlio was fearful of le' lit. N,. S uvr .1'. ., .
The Bt Prcription o Malaria urid alive ft these final instruct I o oo. Notice of Application for Tax Deed under
I 1th li~l r id IN 01 o~1L0~ ,. .,~I I- fin CCIH t-G.fl l.11. -9 e C 45O' Et -6 11:11-4d.


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Any nemomdto a obeteb ml
quickly sotain ora" bmfu
vent fre. ~et prowelY r-r l
Paents freo.


A baomloo'netv o~hratrafIie.weebly.I
cualit. n irt ..yso esut 0010' oural. lIm
y..r f-r YI em m .fln~. SuMbyalloui.

Dragpb odi- bzF Mt, WOVOIDuo. 0.


Bingham & Maley,


Furniture


Undertaking.


Paints and Oils



New line of Wa.

Baskets and Hamp



Indurated Wates


Coolers,


TI' INlMlli \TI: YIl I I
i.- all lhlt i- n.'. --;ir
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wi r \ l:it is \a;iInte'.l

Gramling Bakery


Liver Pills

liat's what you need; some-
thing to cure your bilious-
ness and give you a good


Al Refrigerators.




Daytona Telephoin

Company


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PLUMNNU, 9AD 1fl^
H MOTE WATBdTAM




JAMS A. FL,

MCrICAL


Fo mfgNew Tormuw

Very Best Epo a
o.,an k wiu


Direct aed Iadies,
HOT WATER and STEAM EM
Laundry Drying Plants
Furnished and la
All. Work Done at the Very Low"
Estimates Cheerft
Furnished.


Tele-phone 64.


DAYTONA.


pffiftimeaffilor and (kgoldanfal 40ftemakin PammAhat'sohno a# us,&,


Gasfttng

S'tjteiamdawl 1t Water Heating.A
E.,t imatoes Ftrnish*41. Work Gouata"u
11. to.iBox 2'471
Ofir altj. :Et fAIolm-an ll o14tet. Shop in
liA TO%~.%. FLORIDA.




WHISKEY d.lj0,r
.",toiirion this paper and mend for
Pi'n eLipt.
Winston Dis. Co.
1WifstcmfN. ~.C.
L~owest-o' rk-e Whinkey Bouoe



S. H. Gove,.
AnoCiITEIoT. BUILDIrti ANDI CoNruco
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Ocean House,

I~sto-s 12.041 jwr Dol* v and lipwardeq
Sjltwi;l to) ho.-gulur l$.oarierm.
NEW VSMYRtNA, FLOJRIDA.I


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Announcement cards for office under
thb head will be charged for at the uni-
form rate of $ with the exception of
candidates for county commissioner and
sebool board, for which $8 will becharg-
ed. the amount in all cat to aIomnpauy
the order for insertion of the card.

FOR THE L UsLATURE.
I herewith oiler myself as a candidate
for reelection to tie lirgislature. sub-
ject to the action of tlhe e-ctore itI the
coming primaries. C. L. StaITH.

I respectfully announce to the Demo-
crlat of Volumia county my candidacy
for the legislature, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary July 15. and
ask for the support of my lDemocratic
friends. If nominated and re-lected I
shall ape my best efforts to advanim, anil
prot'-t every interest of tile lelople of
volusia county.
THOMAS J. SI'AIIKMAN.

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the llenmorati- Voters of Volusia ('o.:
1 hereby annoumne myelIf as a candi-
date for reflection to the office of Tax
Asensor of Volusia County, at the I)fin--
oeratie primaries to iw held on July 17.
and respectfully solicit your support.
SAM'i. B. WiiON.

FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I respectfully announce myself a can-
didate for re-election to tlhe oifice- lf
County Treasurer of Voluisia County at
the coming primaries. and solicit tlih.
suppinrt of my friends and lhInl eriats.
J.J.J. l\y..I'r.
FOR STATE SENATOR.
1 hereby announced Viy 1andidlae-y for
State Senatr for tisi ldistri-t. sialije-.t
to the a-tion of til Ilmotn-ratir lriim-
arias. I solk-it tile Sii|Mirt elf all
luemocrat*l. F. W. SAS.

FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
I hereby announce nly eandida.y for
re-election to the office of Coulntyv T.ix
Collector, submitting my elaiims to tilh.
primary election of July 1'th next. I
veendeavored to disnharge- mny duty
to the people. and prlo is faithful ser-
vire in the future if again lhoni.ernl y :Ivy
fellow lenmocrats. IP. I'. SMITH.

FOR COUNTY COIMIFSSION:R.
I respectfully lannounel nlyelf fla niiali.
date for r neletioutothe (otticeo f f county
Conmimeioner for the :Inl list. (if V iieii*i
County. subje-t to tie aictilln f llt I
ltemorrati.c |rilaiirie to IW held
July 15th. My nix years ex .rihen-v-,
as county vcominiissioelitr givest n* :i f:iir
knowledge of the l dutiies of thi. ,liel :ti !
if nominated and el.etedl I will eiel,.:evii r
to Berve tle tax layers to tit liei.'t l i\ It
ability. W. 11.M
I henreli anlnounee miy e:niilidal- fior
re-ele-tion asw county Con imissiimer from
the Fifth District of V\oliisia oiitny. iawl
solicit the sulilport of all ieii-atiit.s inl
the coming priniar3. T. J. Mi itiNn .

I thank the lvoter oif Voiilsi. c cmt ci
for the support given iIvic fori Colinit
Common aioner frolilI tli F'ouirt
District. and hewrey aniinouie ii nvse-lf ias
a candidate for re-election s ili jct t ho .th
action of the Dlemotin-rati, |lriim:iry tol I.-
lteld July 13th. T. I.. Itoi.;i i:-.

I respectfully annolinice IiIv".l1 ;i ;ini
didate for re-elec-tion tlo the o ftl' oft
County Commikmioner for the Siecold
Dictriet of Voluiia County. sutijec-t teo
the action of the ltemowratic plriimlries
to be held July IStli. and if lliioiniiiat
and elected I will endeavor to nerve thli
tax payervn to, the best of my ability.
F'AILk KE. Boxl.

I heriely announce znywif a candidate forr
CountyConmminmioLhnerfrnam Distriet No. 1.
Voluaia County. ublject to the action iof
thei Democratic primary teo lee Ihell July
15., and promise if elected to serve the
taxpayers to thie INt of miy alility.
R. lb. BR.,li:.


For Mimber ofD ow Po of iltractln.
I hereby announced niyelf ai candliidate
for mmierof the Iloanr l of I'lIlii.
Instruction of Volusia -oiaity. to sine-
ced myself, subijet to thte nati ii of the
IDeneocrati |rinarivn Jily l.t. .ind ;i-k
the Kupl|ort of all liteaianreats.
E. F1. K \-:.

MFO RAILROAD COirUlSSIONER.
Bmrcornizing fully the rights of thi,
farnmer and rmeliie.1-rs tn in '- cosidiler-
ation at the hand-l of thei Floridla Rail-
road commniision. I Suilicit tlie supii'rt
of all Ieino.-ratsw ihovli approve, oIf lth,
d.-larat olh i io f lrincilk. s i ,-4 -ti ftorthe iii
mly platfonri. 4'4ie i e$ if niay ilitlftini
ent ton anvulone liv lladuire--iainr me' oat
nt ali It a. li. iin u .
It. Ill i i I i.


Daytona Ice Co.


PURE ICE

Made from llistilled t alter.


Fiactor4 el i from T l 1 2Siid;I7.s .


I 'hnle, 4

Vol--la Avense and Railroad.

N. ERICKSON


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker -s


OUT FOR R, R, .COMMISSIONER


Hon. R. Hudson Burr, Dade's Popu-

lar Legislator, Announces Candi-

dacy and Platform.
Stands Out in the Open as a People's Mar., and Promises
a Full and Fair Consideration of the Produccers'
Rights. Refers to His Record at Tallahassee.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FLORIDA:

In announcing my candidacy in the next Democratic Primary for the
office of Railroad Commissioner. I deem it proper tu state explicitly the
policy which I shall pursue., if I shall be elected.
I am not an enemy of the railroads of Florida. I recognize in them
Important and essential agencies in building up the prosperity of the great
State of which I am proud to be a citizen. But I recognize a decided dif-
ference between the railroads as agencies of civilization and the acts and
policies of many of the men who control them, who have shown a nar-
row and grasping spirit in their dealings, and who have. by burdening the
business of the State with unreasonable and exorbitant rates, unquestion-
ably retarded growth in prosperity and population in many of the best sec-
tions of tih, State
It is not disputed by any responsible authority that a railroad, bor-
rowing as it dovs from the State the public right to own and operate
public hiK!'.\a:.. takes upon itself special obligations to the State to con-
duct its business in such a way as to promote the public welfare.
Cheap and <(ficient transportation is essential to the public welfare,
and the public is justified in demanding, not as a favor, but as an inde-
feasible right. that the railroads shall furnish transportation for freight
and passengers as good in quality and as cheap in price as it is possible.
consistent v!:hi the ilot.-etion of the rights of the owners of the property
thus used in li:, public service.
The railicadl business is monopolistic in its very essence, for the
Individual wioe tisrs it has generally no choice but to accept the service
tendered, at tli, price which the carrier sees fit to ask. or else to go out
of business. Railroad managers are but human, and it Is natural that
they too often al.use the tremendous power thus placed in their hands to
extort, in the well known phrase of a great railroad magnate. "all that the
traffic will her.r." which means, leaving to the individual producer a bare
living, and takitii for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the indus-
try of the community. It was to meet this situation that Railroad Com-
missions have been established.
The people of Florida have had the services of a Railroaa Commision
for nearly five years. I would not belittle what has already been accom-
plished, but we all know that many of the worst evils remain untouched.
Today the producers of Florida are paying rates disproportioned to
the services rendered by the railroads.
Today the lion's share of the product of our toil goes into the coffers
of these great corporations.
Today our produce must compete in the markets with the produce of
other sections which enjoy, through the action of their Railroad Commis-
sioners. or through the more enlightened spirit of the managers of their
railroads, rates much lower than ours.
Our Commission has performed great service in collecting claims and
in like matters: but these things could have been done. at the cost of some
money and inconvenience to the individual, through the courts. But we
have not gotten the relief we had a right to expect in the exercise of the
greatest prerogative of the Commission-the power to make rates-a pow-
er lodged in no other body. They have given us freely relief which we
could otherwise have secured, but the CONTROLLING forces of the pres-
ent Commission have too often shrunk from the exercise of the higher
and more important function of REGULATING RATES.
I make these plain propositions to the people of Florida:
First-That we have a right to demand lower freight and passenger
rates over the GREAT TRUNK LINES AND SYSTEMS which operate in
our State. though we must recognize that some of the smaller railroads
are not in position to make such reductions.
Second-That in violation of law and justice, special privileges, in the
way of free passes, and perhaps of preferential freight raes,-inS given to
individuals-a practice which., besides giving undue advantagetothe re
cipients of these favors and injuring those to whom they are denied, raises
the prices which thet general public has to pay, and. worst of alL introduces
a subtle and dangerous form of corruption into our public affair.
If I shall ie- chosen by you to serve the State in this important capaci-
ty, I pledge myself to use every honest effort to remedy these abuses.
As an evidence of my sincerity in the matter. I refer to the bill pro-
viding THREE CENT PASSENGER FARES for the railroads of Florida,
Introduced by me in the Legislature of 1901, and passed through the low-
er house.
I believe it is possible, under the proper operation of a just. fearless
and impartial Commission, to bring about a better relation between the
carriers and producers of the State to encourage a better and more
wholesome growth of our great industries and to found a more lasting
prosperity for the State.
R. HUDSON BURR.
Little Rive r. F!a March fth, 1902.


W at We\'.' (-' fit ('ckrhlnlf.
The Il,\\v i'--,. i ; ;llhi lIl.t il- lliellt Of
cocklie lInit'4 \\ ,i:. li \ .i', 1:,1'* l' rs >ee-
talle fne:.: : .L;h' \. ;t.i s o l .lar-
ship atld l th.e :1il i iltlo of
IRoger As.It'li:I[. l:';-, ii~ i.id lithe laiu-
gumt' w!!, ",.'rl-' ;l. ::e. n." "'ii lhiih
feathilirT" 1 S,'i.;. iIi:re. "ove r-
cro\v" (cf. io r'c't\V ,ets. "'1'o show the
white fe;at!;'r" is f',ro, the sKatc
source. siliet, \\ lii i 'ct;:llihers ii : i aiane-
coc(P 's. ::ll ::1 'te a s.i n ,t ii:ilpu e' lil'eet l-
iIug. I :e ii tile t ori-i i of uihli words
or plil-is s li:is Ier. nquite forotteni,.
[lult \\li ii trae.it. ,l <: 41i*. their triie
cli;l'i. tr Ill Oie. 'l l'r 1':i1y" is still
hut "''.,iul iel;V.'' le \v inct.<-ci:alizeil lIt
"llcviedr." is l;ir'll\ felIt ais ;: iiitarlinho
at all.- Openi IcOurt.
ketit. Bridgel.
Perlihi-ps tin- iilst rei-n:irkablle Ibridges
i tit lh \urll 't',r tihe kettl I bridges. of
wliicI-h ti ,-iIk I lbuildT'rs. The' in:ihti'il.s if whin-tih ley
are conistruictle a're tinhec ,hldiers' lanlces
andel cooking k titles. Sev-eni or eight
lances are ln:pssedl nnder tlilte iinlles of
:a nuiline'r of kettles andil f:astinetl by
means of r,,l>es to forin ;a ralft. A sutii-
cient nutniler of tin-se- rafls. eacli of
which will liear a weight if liaIlf n toan.
-ire fastenic(d togetlier. and in tlhe sp:t'- .
of an hour a bridge is foriiimed on whlic
an ariny may cross with coniticlcence
and safety.
She Knew time Renaon.
"Can you tvil me why it is." he
growlehtd s lie ltezaun diviiig under the
ied. thatt luy slililiers always seem to
get pushIed clear over against the
wall:"
"Yes, dhamr," she answeredd plieas-


autly.
'"You can?"
I "Yes, dear."
"Themn why is it'"
"-Betause you don't put tlln awi
in the blilpcir rack twhlen \iou ta
them off, d-ar."--C'hicago P'ost.
r Plamtered.
Ilarriet-Doesn't Julia use a go
deal of face powder?
SJenny--'ace powder: Slhe ought
belong to the Plasterers' union.


od
to


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I'iurvil Namn-i e. L -
A fetw daiyc :i o I \: :: i 1 .. a "
e lgit r. "\\"liy i~c *. 1 I: il: I
and '1t % ,l sole't : :il .1 ': .. ,e ;. l I
'two s.aloniils'I' I d. not think .::.y
:aiis T'-r \\'t \ 1' ry .;l L:iv: -le a'r' I.i't t'
soll' tl t l -l IsNt ":: p-t :l 1l]- ui, in lt ith e


t" till.il i > i'ilt I*> s ni iil;ir i nn
i.s inyllin I l :i < ;is I \\h lelh- ;t le. li:i l -- ,tl' I- 1 In '
el !'. c i i h.h is :, ll.. i-~. i:' ". \ 'r, f ll

Sil tti' I li. eliv,'\ il i t.%ri .- ti" vc" it.
|li :lun! te. N to oiie I tIliIllI I 's I ii:i s -:,eT
]s r ,.4 i.- -;! lll',,.l Il i :l l1.-
sh:ls. l !;lir'' Ii r'. b r ii". -' .
i eStur:ae'on, |Irtl'i. mii l |iill e I 1. turl.-tl.
110ll 11):l\ -' t1 ,: t;llt ll:l \ Il 't llll !.'l-l l
thle Iilr011 1 '%'oii ill "s."
li i 1 ) :!,.;\,,id l tlit phI lr.il f lin in s.l ile
ill: l li t-'.s \vh'l. '>- it is l' i li: l 1 1 |l Ilit
Ili:ijoriln(y -f etic.iltel ld ,iihlleh'. li s.,iGlie
c-:Isses tlliere- is c onshIleril:a l :ii<- v 'ert:ii:ity.
This I li hve as'ceraiinfl lby ineaiins of at
fair number If test s. A\ni ,g tliheni ai
v-rps. stilidS, telncics., 4'Ociili lei's (of
h1 Atlis.'l gralllmli'irs. so fair as mvy exe-
rience g oes. ill treatl ilnel oflim:il fli,'ns
lof nov1 lulns tllake .ee 1linlte <44 Oilie li;ll s e ,
lisli thii'h dee iitt \'iry ili-lltI i,; ral.-
Notes ainli .Que rit-.
'rhn<.rleray ,- R it S9Ih. tnn.
In T''lialeray's cais.- thil jutlilic.rntioi
of artificial ttinei s. if it l*- ri-ilht o
t-lpeak of juslii,.:i' i lIni. lic, i i s. tf tli.t
with all thlle solid rI :ni!Lt.1 f thlie 1A' ipor-
trayedl we are never n;ll'i\\tl to, lose
sight of the author and his art in por-
traiture. Iev is eve'r ,at h:in.l t1 ilnder--
linte thie stobltl'cry or I:a lghi ',fl1 tihe lI:a-
th1 's. ThinT- i.s :; si'e; sl:.ii ilf tliht'
satirist iln liii,. t i l :e;:i, c : lkiin I :i t il-
legil-ry. Th'ltre i is 1 c4 ei : 'i- iin It' lle
c r: : i i:ric i st i .:ily i t I, ':-,r-" -" iin tlie
midst of his noMl, >i ::1'1.
le' is elspciallvy l'nvdi of ipluttilin on
the airl aiiid gi:'ac' s -if ile' sheowiUan.
His l I-t'ie tio "\'::1litl. '.i ; is he:ide-d
"i ctl Io 'iC ll:iill." :i it. llis rceat
lio\t eelof i'eil lfe c .',iii-Ili] s \. ill "('ctUlCe.


'hildrel. Ilet us shut up I t .e box land
tlihe ll'up'ets. for our Illy i. i played
uilt." Aiil we acepIt Th:ackeray's
s io.wiii's hmobrnni'.-l 'l:cl; v,. iie'a. Mag-


Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Buses meet all trains and take lipa.einger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27





W F. I e f C Leading
I 1 Druggists

Tie large-st and Most Complete Stock
o* f l)rugts in Dayvto l. i'resriptions corn- *
pounded iby Registered 'lihartnarinat only. *

0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0
* o
* TRY 01 Tit' TAI R (N'O l' '()1 .1It. lSM1--2 (ents a bottle.
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Be ach treet. P P DATTONA. FLORI D A
uo* ooeooeoooooooo leooooooo0


BOND & BOND
(INi'OR RATEl)
---M.ANFAC'TRuEKR< O(F--


CO.,


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in to u. I b u.


AL6L MODERN CONVNIEMIqCZ5. CU vm il
Rates,2.30 pe r Dew, 010 ,er Wow& siVtm
Henry Schm~idt. Proprietor. DaYta


H BRACE PHOLTERER and
H. V, MANUFACTURER of HIGH GRADB

Moss and Fiber Mattresses D ;
Ikealer in Sec-oti lliHandl Firnitunre ani Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good as
Each St. nn.l I.lleview Ave. liytom


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
IE. PIII .IIA.M. Proprietor.
McClollan sM Edwards, Manasels.
Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Insidea
Or an W O YaY7 \ 1Coh"i"'ICohmi"n. 'lorchColummmi
Work and Wood Yard. Pulleys Made to order 'Phone 70.
4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PdtARMIACY,
Noeirtl IIEl:\H STREET
thl ;l sele t Stlc'k if......
lI|1 *, I R I' lh' i:s II'Tll I NS, I'ATKNT.MEIDII'INES. IRU'SHES,
(ot tS .\ND lTol ETSOA'S.


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Perfumery and Fancy ToiAt Articles.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, rw'

Flooring. Siding eili0ng.* Ril ..i.M.N .ONES, proprietor. ein i consulted iprofe'.wsiminlly during business
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock. hours; ,f- liors h USldas,. 9:0) to 10:30 i. in.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
'Phone 83
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager Trow ell's Express IU Baggage Line *


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"SAN MATEO"
It's all Florida.


The Nation's
Best Cigar.


\Vlhy I litl i iliiilIt I'rt l ri'.ig rs. inI I 'i, ii li- h-;1 I NI t i .ic:i l ltlI;i i' e, di.locI reI d \ it lih ipii1ni
:invll -rl lI I' lrgIii i. w e-\\h n an vi ll I I.lli : ll h ui- r, Ihloicl:I leitif at ai ive cr lilt l rie'.''
,,\ -............ l........L lR:E BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
i \ ; .... ............ 1 .7 I

S. W. ROWLEY,1. 1L oA


SOlli'cl ins thI I I I, bI:t I;:i ril.r Sllhlp.


Telephone 93


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


HALIFAX WAGON H ORKS
l. '1. (iODWIN, Proprietor


FINE WAGONS

Horse-Shoein
No-:r il d ln hlilliner Y;id.


BUNI


;ilil l ei li i, ll
Lg ;ind Ie|I;iirii


CARRIAGES.
Itli 'ksinit lhing
ig.


NELL'S


Saw and Planng Mills
;re ni \\ prepared tl li nli iii-h ll kiels iof

ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE




LUMBER


ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.

WE MEET ALL COMPETITION.




Hammocks


Refrigerators

Gasoline St ves

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities. A Full Line at


NIVESRS'



C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY


SIe
isha:F I c it c h I In t as-crtme-t ef







S D. F. MORRISON *
S
o 0
Longe's Old Stand.

I 'Phone 19.
0 Corner Beach'Street and Second Avenue.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Ho -f

Water Heating. .<#-


Agent for the Erics .on


lice emil ii c'encilciet ~ iii '' It neil ii 'c 1 ~


DAYTONA TRANSFER CO.
PELL.NIEni & Rix, P'roprietori.


Engine.


North Ridlit-wood


NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.

DAFA I 0-, -I A -
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Centrally Located. ,' i :-..
THE GANEWS WILL BE Moderate Rates. G. M. EATON,


HOTEL MELVIN


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A aswn Wa&wa.
tomand dollars for a dog!" be
Sa he looked up from his
"Do you beUeve any one
44WM aidany such price, Maria?"
-Tm smie I 4oo't know, James," she
It I I, without stopping her needle-
S k even for a moment. "Does the
P r my that much was paid?"
*"YetC There's an article on valualalh
& and it's speaking of one tlihat was
1ed for $10.000. I don't believe it."
"It may be true. Jaan.-." she staid
quietly. "Some of those li-hi blred aim
.ltaf bring fancy prices. :.lad thor. '
ma particular reason %%by the loa:1i.
should lie about It."
"I know that. M:::h. I tI rt is; tIii;.
o tt. just try to gr;:'>l th, i..;:..;:.: t.i
Of that sum ill ynour ": :.| l,':'iIt::
ind. You do:'t ,' to rc l ,:l::e it -
o10.000 for a dog: u \ i;,. I!::n : it. Mari:w.
Stht's hmore tian l'iin r 'ir"
"l know that. .Jai r ts. I 1.t sriL' ui.r
worth mre than others."
*he went on calmly witli her .wins


OCEAN STEA MSHP CO.
"Savannah Line."
FAST FREIGHT AND LUXURIOUS PASSENGER ROUTE TO

New York. Boston and the East


w hie he fumed a:nd s|lluttered fr :i a
moment and then d rii.pped the subject. BY LAND AND SEA.
ecially the weak feminine part t. Short Rail RideLANT STE
The Indian Creation Leged. Sho t Rail Ride to Savannnah
S The earliest source for the reliion THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
at India Is the hymns of the Rig V-dla. Sailings from Savannah The ('-at Tir ii, liCar Line fro Fioria-, ,.1tiois:
the date of which is now fixed at atiut i Sailings T S Atlantiost Line, via Charle-to, R.n
1000 B. C. In one of these hymlns we He RAtEl"ti "tEiP HLiPSt Iii. i( Til ,lia"I itd, RiWaahiniton.
sneounter as the creator Puruslih. who TW J.HE S I. EJVE YEEE The T Soaithern railway via Saivannah, 'oluimbia andi
ftb imply a "magnified man." A pman- Viliito.
S sltl. turn, however, is given to, this 1,,1 N,. ~ irk. mh:king I','- ,piiii.ti.ins withl N,'. York-k-llosto n ships or S.ound n I vi lt n tt'
eaoception under the influnenie a if |I.in,.'. l .i .kt :ie,.-n~.l an, siiiiiplie'd .wi'h tmoithly sailing m-.hediils. Write for TO THIE WlI .ET l ieiville & Nashville vinita anmt lnery.
which Purusha becomes the "all in al" r,.1 n ril infrniitn ion. ilint -,-,.,lil'. tat,.ro, mt r.-.rvat ions. ot r .ali l ,oni a The Sont.hern |{y. via Savannah. i olumh ia. Asdiville.
aid Is identified with the universe'. T hl'-al AM,.INb4 ,est lhi-eSt.. Jamkso ll. T. SMoP il & Oihio t. I. i. viat aiMontgonlinery.l
With what has been and what shall I e. ""I.sI V i Sa, Iannah ''il r, .,. Steamship .m4antav for
All gods, animals and castes are parts 1 I TT1E.l'i:\ .ll. Mi., -1,. U l l l lphiN ad oIton.IA
f bi.n. The moon is his mind. the sun N'.\\. I',r :.. NrthI I Iti r. Ne-'w Y, 'rk.N '. 3-1 -i2 i Viii Sava'n.aih andYI M ua.l li.ts a:d iMisner.Is Tral i pl r
in eye, from his mouth sprunli Indr:a .1. W\. W Il.klNSI iN. A.gnti. toli. Iat la. Faii ttii eiiia y flor f altimoriie..
ia Agni and from his breath Vayu. Vi;i Norlfolk i ,and .I'te s i lor N.' Ylurk. Ialtiore
pace from his navel. heaven from his "a 11141 v aslin'agto.i
head and the earth from his feet. This To Key Vest an1 Il'.ll.1.1ia eiaulei.11ar:1 el1Stal S hiplli ('arllpy.
Um tiho r theory when freed from "ts raO.I To, Nova ` '-.tii. 'al'-I I 'ton and l'riinc., l'.Edwards lsland via l icstoa ind i'ainala,
pdmltive elements becomes pantheislla ic ond i Attltatlii ad l'lant Steaillship Line li.fr lllifiix. Ila\'k.sl lcurv and (Ciarliottestown.
K and simple. Ia accordd with t his WhaKiilelOi Balei-to- etlrt
K s "Ars'e'v'ille^ "p 's. B^.. EA ... Summer Tourist Tickets
eWrIed backk in other hymns to "'d(- Alhevilloe ..- Chattanooa Louilville \\ill oon aii t iS. itil ,Se1,t. ;li, to hi, priniI sh." We read in Vedlic literature that Cincinnati St. Leois. Kansas Cit linit,.el it iri .:1. \ril. Ilit Iiil.le'.a.ital .st ait, \vlir Voui wish to
.l1llre Is the seed of the mDind."-Mtr- Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg gtO. ;ill |i1ro-i.'l iifornalliationll ill i.o giveln.e
Jastrow, Jr., in harper's Magazine. Chicago. etc. Something New
A Fair Excihage. Sliiliii"if' '\l'-ilr-ioil rate tio Wa'ssIliigto I). I'.. frl aill Dl ttlitona $44.30. with 13 ia y
Clerical Customer amusingg himself ti rains iit l il nit eh iliv .-li, i,. tickets linitei l to let.i1. 11. 2. Intenrt-haigelle
a riqti CUSiOi 'irc (.'r..tssnc himself e icl.e ti.k. uool ev.er l:I.OOIO ,sil.s 0f aaofriia thlie ,,rii,.,.ipal rail' ays in the
M b n nap in barlters chlair-Finished, si ,th o nl..'i. stat.e,. air''.o sal'1. 11y t i priie. ij.a a;nt.r ill<. r
8 1c .11 1 1 1c hi I' l t.' i I tlif.*-'#i hao l iS.1 t c l la. I i li.,ll cll ;f I. F .1 1 l 4 Lt.
S*arber- e. sir: q oiteool te itimeWo"t liol call oi .Il'. l i.-k*It a nt. or lress
S arber -- Yes. sir: quite .me time 1'. ..I. I. Y. I Iv -ivi, I'asse.ll r .\liAge t. 1:1.s W\\est I,:.v St.. .Ia.cksnville. IFloridl.,
Clerical Customer--Indeel; Then I
rt have been indulging in a quiet OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0AOO
sp ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: I
barber-You surely have, sir.
Clerial Customer-It was certainly The Southerns Palm Limited
Vry kind of you not to awaken me. The 0
She rest has done me godl, and I am e W shington. Richmond and
er y thankful to you for what was
goally a very refreshing sleep. lOrinaa Limited A ir inlw
Barber-Don't mention it. sir. It's The New York and Florida express Air Line Railway.
aly a fair return. I attended your
m / Suday. yr,- CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
F wt T.ey, were nkCh. The C icago ands Florida Special 0
At an exhibition of paintings in Lon- 'Ill. St src-t coite. 'i' l'Iet l1n.'.
dba in one of the' galleries hung the The Floridia Limited *
stable picture "Ilawking In the Olden 00 THE M TORfADi WES., nll l,,iil.\ S i. i. lii Si.l.s I,
i Mes." An elderly farmer and his *
Wife paused before this picture, view- 1 I1ANNAl. ol Mltl. lA.N Sol TI'l:1N iIN[S. I1i 1 I>K. S
K leitwithePidentsatisfa(-tiun. Pullman Sleeping Car Linee.Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via \V. \SIII;'N. ItAl.'iMl II:. 1111. \:.Pill\ IInaIl N:\ < IRK
"John." said the old lady. "what's Asheville, through "The land oA1he Sky. t
Through trains via The Snthernn Railway are operated in it Tlll;l 1 I.I. IN .l:'l:l It i- I ..,. .i, .,II..ra Ing
-en ruted o-r the leaves of I connection with the Plant System and Florida Fast Coast Railway .'il. ThiroII ..l l I'uilli,.1I : >r S. r.vi,.. I. i ,,,-.l.,, k- ,-i l,.I aII, l .\t.- (.'rl. ans.
n he carwiell. Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotcl.Dining Cars on all through 0
S it 'HIawkhitg I' th' Owden trains.
Id he. *
king! Why. what are they Ask fWr Tickets via SoutherleRailway., Correspondesnt Selicited. *
g ." she inquired. l',4 I" fUll-tl .ir i lf ,rci-itlatill on'l i. it. to
"IIdenno," he replied. "but I aspect I* A. i. M .,ltNl:1I.l. \--t. t;.n I'.A-- .'iit..la.ksoni' ill,.. ilorilai
Oth tr-BtyljUi to sell them birds." H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pas. Agi6t, 108 W.sBay St., Jacksonville, Fla. *********************
S. EOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0sees O0OOOOOOOO000006
Sl..e aridal Wr S. H. ARDICK, W. H.'TAYLOE.
SJidal wreath is usually formed General Pasenger Agent, Am't Gen' Pan.. Agent,
R pt branches in Germany. It is VWahingtl.oD. C. Atlanta, Ga.
of orange blossoms in France as .'
Wll uas In the United Stattes. In Italy 5
S*the French canttois of Switzer-
land It is of white roses. In Spain the
wrs e of which it is co.ilote- d are red 'My littl.- s,,n ih,|tial :t:hai rK of r hoop.l- An I nerowned Kling cof EKlnand.
R es and pinks. In the islands of it "u h i ifniI -.* t **tec I 'itl Writilg .f1 rin' .1e' All>tl iii >nii airU ti e
Gre e vine leaves serve tte h purpose, t11-i inaii: h f,,1r-0h1 nd. ,l:fii ll'. i'.t,<-h .ntury oi "Tlh. Il.v l "Ianuilyl
SI Iton Bohemaia rosenm.lry is einjloyed. 1'iii1' .dv 'n', ll i, ,e uih l h l ris la rofa'r I ri '-
IS German Switzerlandi an rown of tili ',f it. I all-,I -:,.c l hI fr.oin svi .ral s I ''l:lllI h. trofi ss,,r .'; l .. al 1 n. l t iitti ii.
cI lower taktt lhelha of the .'l r i-l,.r i. ;ir Ilt .v1. ih. 'Mrli the' first thi It ic, e identified inii-..i,- a d.1 sick hie;.aid .li es. NI,thiin, ,,i..l I I .1 t i.. i lY go.l.
-f ____th_'c i-' For -ail,.. 1,\a-i`ll ,lir, ir.-t-. nw. hitnIlf w itH. tihe eie'uln ill a.ill her hI (olln. I-;i frl.l si 'l ask',l Ilu \\hlat thi' Itr 'Ib'. \\;I. W h1, i I tole l
When the CurtlnF Palls. l..r, T. Th-l'yhaid e inid alld 4. i ti e l S t t a
To wO r death and my death are mainly Ij"S d 1ol. Itisilitg ev.1Try inur 0ii wiI > tl i.l l N i h r,.i I t
f t i portance to ourselves. The black l, Woi i en ando i h i t e .Ila v ti d ,wnallat l ric lt'' W..lt into h i; a, work 1t.. a.ticl i lt. i. 1h1 i ''l** ii l ," 1\ c l.,ti u* \' I t'** ', t i -I t c lic at I
S iMes will be striP lA off our hearses 1 vie n tice that t when a rnooni. where their tvwo talls stood kl .. a I. Ittl I- if Woni- *I iha'..NiItiialr, i- 1 lc a!1' in iIe i lli e
Within the hour, tears will dry, hurt asi'r t1" woa ln and a yoima wico- Ctld. \sid' and aiid iall tyhirl r i;i f t, I ,
hearts close again. our graves grow angs re to othe' tatlg wh ww iclli h oi wly t h c' lar'aln''i (.t .rcl'in. iIr "i"'" "" 'h ,- v ite'"
level with the churchyard, and, al- cirr os tI- t-he ocd wvomanlti3--.tlways L.l)n i nl irrive'i,. l e ki.w n l he
i we r away, the world wags Globe'. tletit aihd aiassisted ril her acetionis. t1,,. i t
_- I6 It does not miss us. and those who '.t ar asel .-rii'ii a
'a b-ear us when the lfirst strangeness Retort Photo .rwiphl e. ha 'elil.lp't tilmt an n i'l' iti i -I,
Va caney wears off will not miss us The lhltn.-ralhacl r- .is drying his .a0 ,'i i.', te h a, '. 'l> it, ',h, icl .ti ld ,l '-1".
uch either.-Alixander Smith in llhio.ar hi h. c -''drli i vht ai h ie' a: to,' ilr. ThI, lublia' T a-,i,,, ,h ,,
61[ireamthorp." pla ts il Ill. w.varmn sun t. ., ida o a(l;t hl, interf.-re.d witll public | r,,.. ., k,, ,,,,li fo no .. r1lm :,.v
S m th r '" "I Vllst alrt,' ycu doig the i-"t a .mked a ailf::ir's. yet haid tlhty retlhcte they | 'Th",. l.ait nil.l I, tl ,,i GI -,int- ii ii.ni- at
rShelley. fri aitlast ;:l\'.t klio\ Vnt that it \\.'s inel'vit i |ill 1." f, i a 1..c .
"- 1k read with close attention all view s ." the res hy. "justairing-ay i Ill. uio.. during I -I Ic(riiie'.-;ii wA:t. .S
ir ks he could find antagonizing .... WsIt t 11 li ticon got a.icroaId ti; ( tla N
.1l1nity. lie thought he was an Iritic Tlhid int'. ti.-. tNle- '.rc' tsiilih_ I._ i ______ -i
but was mistaken, ts there is i r f,1 c, ,lt: ,i lii- -- t'. I'i' ci" Y iial "tlh iind ay ,III lhiin i t" Il. '
e more spiritual writer n or lam-;.. ,1 ,:t i-.l.-- anad l,., Io,. t'. Y'i ot tH.c ,,. d th.ai l,, ,,ic Atlantic, ValIosL a c western R Y.
i than he. l ie e ad the Ilible with l fci "ii I itc' I' 't l' .jl lii-,'l l lfl ::''h J death' on ii ci ..y s .'uid I ,c l,,td..l'it 'llll\ I'l. l:V I2tI ll I' S
ireat care. and some of his finest i 'n- ct;It, t. ili,-,' f-', t. tfiti t;a-at, < :airl.l s l intsl.y si'd ti tl tr.-s..nt iI'IMa ki ,cf :I. I; 1a .1 Tlr
S agery is borrowed from its pages.-Lit- t a ci i,,," i c,' I.I t:i wia ll e'lr',:il. : i :t; *I i, a ki f 1:itl. f
| ry Life. t h... lt.| t ti, .Il jt,.. ;1., lit a ; i ,,; .'ict '1. "'l-t. .s aad tic". lc.a.' i' |t -
; --I'" 0.It lh, I,, ,1cls ai l icrll i l t I iii. iit N N 1 l il:i i *:1 Ne 1
oRes e' Aqned eft.. I a li\ il t t ho it.]'\,i. Thi-i HI.rhin,. \\ ill IrnKKlt "' <',lh rfd nio l.'-. I'" l. .Iln .i, \ I l .. .. \ i l sa ......... I: t( [111
The eight aq u educts of ancient 1i" i t i l t i\ic aaa it'. ac st.r' ti' .'. 'a l inau :liss htf ie d cnttc 1 1 1 't t nt \rc :il'],-i ... .. 1:7 I il* am......... I:cM i in
lRom e brought 40,. OO.i,iO gallons of II. .1. I',- .-" icl. I'r'r. i i;;a ti:l c ih.\\ 'i' y llw :ulid i.:,lu \;t, r T w hith :Jr,, ,:'lhdi 1.e.h 1 .1' \. ::'.*-,7 :ati \1 ..' ... \l,<, .... .. I.' 1 1 55 Iln.........11:2-- 11i1
w after a day into the city. H ad the II t,.c i' '-. Ki ;it \\ 1 it.l- I I..\,' -ht.''w l..,i't,-s :ir.' ara1" liIa ':v ;.t-: lln 1, |- .- 7 a \. i .a l;.i I.' ,:-I l| ln......... 7:: l;illn I
Uomans been aware that water al- i'.c II. tati It i. 1 .-t 12, '*.' i--, aid :I a f,-ai;n !t ih t .,,- 1 ,:tti n ,,i i ll'n: 1 ,i. ,, I l i c \i i I.,itil,.. ..'" .. ., I ill ..... t.. d a-m- I
w ays rises to its ow n level these hus t 'ha;.' ;,tt,..i Tt ,' ,' ',ll 1is l 4 i., l. 1 c',1:'. ,:.tit a at .1 ^ 1. |.l : l: I
erections on arches seventy feett hia b Il ., t' I ,. 8 -1. n; .' ,t ;,," i *. : 't] .n -, V, V ........ 2 ::;; i1
lie never have been built. rc Icnl -wll l i lo at i,]: i .,.. i ,. ''1 '' I i .
lb ut t1 h1 lca ,' -i I a i,"t 1i.. I I .i n \ tI.,, t .- .. I .' l l iil l:
The Car ll Pair. w e'll el lil ..o liii 'ort 1 .i i al,;l cItl ;t -,- 12 Ic ;I': "" ; .. 1 .i ll I ii......... ... |
Mrs. Rubba-I wonder whly that wo- in I'rr. .r .If die ns.ent. liw cl't itt h i- i ;l: iI.h l,,v .i. lh c t :i I l c 'i 7'; :a ii i. .:1 I l ........11 .ttl acii.
man keeps watt nlug me so.'| "\ V llt t' 1 r :lh'.l'h .s failh r*." ltta:n I -, t i wi.. .',,- l,.I.ic t- 'c l l l i .. .s l' 1,11 c... ..................
Mr. Rulbba-Perhaps fshie's trying to : I c '.:. i \: ittilt. ," ,\'c r' lnilit'i e # te r i. i 'lla..t l;ia;a]i tII:H l 1 ,'t ,ttilli-
S lnd out w hy you are stirinlg at her.- Ij-a i aiiitl, .'i t. :ti|-l\ :inil I,-.',. '. ,,i -.'t', I '. S i -.- airr,. l':ll U. r, lriv. Ui,- I ;.., Al ln',i .nl't .ealu.,, tiai k ii .a ,r
f Philadelphia Press. "'llianself." -- 'uI l .;ii .* l 11.n.r l ; 1 .. i J s 1, -- u* il .lr L i l .. li nt ihl.. -ini irakmn i
"^ I~ 0 'r aicc;i .,i n:,, i;.t; i i,,i .. I,. 11-. I ; -il,, ,,ti'c i.'. ti i. 1 \.ili. ilh '.'. i -l, -'t t ,. '" 1- < I. ,, r' ill. alit i I iiicjilii;tti.
F * Employer-Are 0yo11 willing to work l ilk.-Chica.go Ne.tws. li, tlv.s v h i lt I.' I.'- t iat T, i ltl ,H Ih,- I.- ,'- .1 'i l -I. ', ta-, ali t it


fL r l Im all w ages? j..li., -ll.,il.-" |,aN,.,.. It! lh ,.' l.,l t -. l':idl\, N 2-- I:. l: l... t, ait a!l \ A \\ I,, -Il; cci-. :ik.'s ,|i,,,t ,c-,ca
B oY N ot very w illing. sir.- T istoti i I st il l h : iI ha Ii t'. ll ti i ini i .cii 0i, it t .l1 i .n'l N ai -, .-t- \ !, .. I ,, .,i 'la -c i
' Post.i ....i..vil. l,, ..l, .,-. i .i i, v.i.i. E'"tca.c. t i-c ca' i -i\ e'.'. cI l., I .'*t.c I-; -t' \tlc \'.i- .I.t, ,ili* I'!,'t i,' 1 -I, U ct Il',,i -
Ii 1 1/i "'. :I.- k ,, il lit lai, i i ,i '' I II II'a, \ I .I' iL ti l1 t; .'. ,, .1P.. t.
T e Chilnf e la-pa in s hal is a mlo.t sli i ,, i. l ti Ih,'1 ,o tlti l;,i It.\i-. l'lL Ii, ,,l .i r -l.
I mtestical with tlh.a an.-iit lt,,naisn tuba. il. iI, l,,t ,|i. ;|. : 1 .i' r t-al i,., .
It give [four notes--(', Ia alid E1. lit >.' -- iv i .. i a, ,,ii, ii t.1'. i.- It n.
.. t ,..,h,. -.. !:: !.rLt I-.,,i. t:illt i. Slith It ll I, tlr--il. ,,,li i IL LINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Titanium t the hardest nmetaL It a-I'.lIte lh i. mit i ;,. I,, ,ii, ni<...t ii\n iLn th.S GvEt. \\hi,,!L h,.
looks like copper. but will s.-ratch rock -I \ 1,*I '.' I h :' I '.' .. t 'l. i t h i fo.t\ir" td. s li' t .k l ,ce' y ,, .Icrm I s ,io ,
iflltal. -t- ,c>A'S. ch li c te' he l .-. gu i. st 44
crys al. l IIT o S t. a n d
'.'. It t ,'iu '., l id, ,,11 c 1, li : .i4'L theill I I l I' r l a '';n1 t V l I t v t t h i tl t i To
Aill ; lSPL IENDI1 1 D ,, l,, ,. .| ,, ,ri ll t 14) 1V ..itt'ell 1 l;#il th,'v r-,; il .d, l h Ih|
and s iatie' |t; in y hllte t lh i.. lii ;ii. 111 l.-i-ll *,' t.I it 0. 'i tii;,neta;ilil, :i; nIks tl hlItla g ehit fair the l little girl lloposed. i i, i,-, i ll.l. lafluei-A of Itallardl' Siiow. v ..inirisi.t. It had iin-lyI' \ '. *.i. I a;n.i si i. ., ii '( l Let's wuun" IHer uncle du clinted, aund
womontfm itowta n t r i e- o -A I 1... .. 1 ... I 1 ,-I- .- -1.


SFOR AN UP-TO-DATE- HAIR


CUT OR SHAVE go to BEA DER


A-- A


I Inew HERB. K
Tenths
of PureJuices from Natural Roots.
all the DEGULAUUTES M Uver, Stomach aIlewels,
People Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.
Suffer U RES MMaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
Sro a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
S Evry 3ttie Guaranteed to Give Satisfac.l3n.
r.ji.EC, i'l Ir'rr.Oi:, r f.!.A(L. DO1...

Prrc-red by JA'.mr; UALIARD, St. Louis, Mo.

Sold by Dr.J.M.Jones.


Tronugh tickt-stoN eswYork, PhiladeiphiL
$* NNew I"atvi,'i. New London, 8tonington,
0 P,'rovide,.ne. lFall Rliver, ,ontaon and(
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
ait rate LOWER TIIHAN VIA ANY OTlIfERt ILIN. Three teamer
trains every 'Thurmsdav. lea viinr .Jacksomville a i follows:
0 Via tIh Sie Isaisl ........................... Ui. nii. (Metropolitan Limited.)
0 Via Plant Svst-m ..........................3:1.1 .!111I.
Via S.-al iirl:d Air Lhil.................... 7: IH,.. n. (Fitl Mail.)
PIatsillagrs leave I)jaytintaii .>:29 si amrid
:1:22 2 im. niaking l, m- coii ni-tionP4.
0 For illustrated iimntter, tli.igriins. res.-rvt:Ltions, tickets, etc., addrent
A a"W' 'D 7"7 A _4 220 WesVt Blyv Street,
A W YF Agent .luJaksonville, Florida.
0 6;4. II. ('Chrk. Lo-.al A grit,n lavtonl, Fla.



NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
raute t tisn"

"Chicavo and Florida Limited" rain
anil "-Dixie Flyver" sl hping .ars
Th,' "Ch'lii'a.,i> aiil Flhridlat Ijinmit'.,l" is th. I uii'kest train from St. Augustine
aiad .I:ack.,,in\ ill.e to 'lih ttatii,,o ,. Nc:.l\s ille, I.o.iisville and ('hicago with Pullman's
liii l).t hnlniiT,'. Titii, s -iDixis *lFii,' FI*ver" aill thie year iiirnd sleeper sia Atlanta and
Martin tio St. L,uis \\ Nvithit rlaii g'.
IFur ilinforimi imt n ii-laiti t ,ive .,it-. .lhieliiIle. e*t-... or for ? slee l'r reservations, write to
C. E. II.BIM.AN. Getni. l'ass Ai r.nt. E. J. WALKER, Fhl. Pawa. Agent
.1Atltin (;a. .Ja-.ksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMTI'llT. Tr.'aiffi M a i -r. Naislih ilh., Tenn.





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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. '.. hoath ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Difiivt S'rvii'' Ie' t'.v''t
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PVIOVID NCE.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
(';illning ait Ci'hirh1-ston lith d %;I.vs.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


iouthbound
Northbound


.....From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
from foot Catherine street, Jacksoville


CILYPE'S S]". JOHN'S UIV1ER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
;TMI I''lNitA' AT Kl. ASTOR b. ST.I'. iA NIIS. IIERAES"ORIJ. (DE:LANDa)
Iti l' ITNN';S atiildi irsca ilcI.iiiligs..'eea 'ci l(JOHNS RIVER.
S'rl:.ANI lR:"LC)LJISEt"


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General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

19t Stat.' Si.. Now .Y4'Irk. 211 WI W lil~;ti Sf.. .L~ick~ccitville. FI&
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THIEO. G. EGER, W, I P CLYDE)i &CO.
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WATERPROOF


SIGNS


Ar)y Business


Cent each in 1000 Lots


243 North Beach Street


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