Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA


GAZETT E-NEW5


Edw. F~tSderasI4


It Has Been Demonstrated
That the warm weather and showers during the. light mioni-light v
l night& is a time when the nmoeqnitui and fly qlv stio lla lr(..nts itse.lf. aiind i
commallds out most profound consideration. Iills :i.t. Il,'1 ar 1 |i...iaiei i.
have to be met, and as anll aid in meeting hills anld ;inii.*llv .--ttlillI tilh. I
queontion we kLee on ha l alU stock oft I'.ople-. t;;alvaliiz,.-l al lI'aiite.l i
Wire and Linen SC-ren (lotl. .
We have.also anticipated the fruit Season and halve til 111i lid thi .-le-
brated Mamson fruit jars aud jelly glasses.


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL.

W V. All-till \\ i t; i i> t t"I inlIl.ind
Mnitnlay .Iuil 'I iu si l.1y.
I). '. art isni r'l i t ri'iol MI il ;i, .axeveIiingv
from i ls t i:s t to, \ iI.ll a Il I h-l. li.
<'"tlllll. 'it( l I. 1 .\l h l 11 in st ,., aii-
plt, l ;III d l iii. l n. Imf,.t. ,,I M r-.
. I M J4i,. .
I'. S Ill-\\,,th.,li on. no i \ilu .,I l r-
ar iiou d "Ul s,.-,ril,.... a ,r.J ,, ll a it ii
;i visit la t w\',k


lion. (has. L. Smith as a visitor to Dr. M. M. Wallhce was down frnom
ela lid Suinday and Monday. Ormnild yesterdayi.
.\ lieIt sign hasli I len placed over the Oiriental C('miimandery ro4ilfernr'l the
west alpproailnh of the South Bridge. Ite.l C('rOss deigne Tlhuilrs ly ,evening.
i..\. Morgan. 41f Titunville. atttudeild '194 If tyou u-r iln ne0.l. of stationery.
tlie leetting of tilie I'hai.,ter Friiay even- jewelry or nliielties go to G;eo. H. Clahrk.
ln of hlat wek. .1 n1iii'. of tle t- ical Masons went to
i;.*See Ha;irris thie hlitogi liper. forI Titusville last night ti witness work
pi rtlrait olr \iew work. Studlioi. PI'ek ill tihe tlnird .legr4e..
l*h.k.* 'lill l Mr. anld Mrs. II. Ii. Itraddi -k. of S.-
Mrs. Sillortn ;ind11 Miss (rai Silnith ville. were i il Daytiila last Satul.rday andi
drove o.'er to ip,'l.and fast atuinl.ri. regiistered at S,- lmildt's Villa.


To Close Out


OUR SUMMER DRESS GO

WE OHEKK THEM AT t


One Half Price.


I MASON (L
W. H. EDMON
119 North Beach Street,
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CANDIDATES FOR OFFICES.

Up to this date the following cand
dates are in the field for ottifte
and we want to draw the attention o
- the voters of Volusia County to their
announcements on another page::
FOR SENATOK
Frank W. Sam, New Smyrna.
lASSEMBLYMEN
Charles L. Smith, Daytona.
Thomas J. Sparkman, Port Orange.
COt'NTY TREASURERi
J. J. Viniant, DeLand.
TAX ASS esoR
S. B. Wilson. DeLavd.
TAX (oLL1"tOi
I). P. Smith, New Smyrna.
('xNTYV t'MMIMIONIR.A
T. L. Rodgers, Daytona
W. H. McBride, Seville
Frank E. Bond, DeLand
R. D. Brooke. Osteen
T. J. Murray. New Smyrna
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INliTR'(TION
E. F. Knappe, Daytona
FOR RAILROAD COMMI IONEIt.
R. Hudson Burr, West Palm Beach.

FoR Rgi.'r:-Beacb cottage on tin
board walk next to Breakers Hotel at
Seabnee-,, completely furnished and n-
modeled. Appl.v to Mr. H. C. Berry.
Valley street, Seabreese.

ELECTION AT HOLLY HILL

At the town election held at Holly Hill
ThbrMday of last week the following of
een wee elected for the ensuing year
Mayor, T. H. Cave, Sr.;Counilmen, Wm
Wetherell, Sr.. H. C. Quattlebaunm and
0. W. Carter, Marshall and Collector. ('C
F. Wetherell; Clerk and Treasurer. George
Harris; AmMeor, W. A. McBride.

.The Birgoyne house, lot 84 by 560,
on Valley street, peninamul, is for sale at
$2,000; or for rest at $10 per mouth
Apply to mBy agent.


RffT CENTS SAVES TROUBLE

8o far about forty persons in this vi
cinity have paid for bicycle sidepath
tage. The tags have not yet arrived,
bt those who desire may pay the prit-
Sof same and receive receipts, and the
s will be mailed to them as soon as
they arrive. Deputy Sheriff Rodgers
will arst all violators of this law just
s" ooam a the tags are in the hands of
the commissioners. Those unfortunate
ef mogh to be arrested will be obliged to
$ o before Judge Stewart, of the Criminal
Court at DeLand, thus making a very
expensive matter of what can be avoided
by paying fifty cents for a tag.
To those not familiar with the law.
we will state that all who ride bicycles
on the Ormood-Daytona and Daytona-
Port Orange bicycle paths are required
to have an official tag affixed to the left
frot fork of their bicycle. The money
derived from this license will go toward
the building and maintaining of biycvle
sidepaths in the county. The present
paths will undoubtedly be repaired and
put in better condition within a short
time. Tags may Ie procurred at the
(Gaette-News office.

row ale Cheap.
One trunk full of 2nd hand clothing.
1 tool chest and tools. 1 lot garden
toolt, 1 cat net; also that property on
Halifax river known as Alligator P'oint.
Apply to C. L. SuMIn.

'I- -a aaa AaB:SSSSSOSS


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We Strongly Mai

not prove the

much as Qua]

eyesto Quaht

fr any Price-

We'd sooner have t

chargingyou just a

esire your contain

would not hazard yo

during the standard


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S thatA i% ill elltiIle ol, to 'ole illf th ,pill laule i.,i.,rt i. l'a Ililig tl, Inl. st.ri,... f.or I 'i \ ~" .eks picking ilc,1.es f,,r A. '.
WALL CO. ,
il A L L C ll ars ll g"ti,,nrai le .t iii. ,I, tlie'i, "art pireservastiv- i of airts'" it the li.'.Ies. rtI rnedil lie ln111 .hliidaily.
DSON. Manager I 'I,'it .,ni pry ;l th e I l.rIini il 'i; i,-. llh. ie. bY t it ill ::- .\ ood I imlin or tin.
la;iker 'I "Ti- iViirl.h ,e.i.ser than ili 1 ikis, l Dr. I I). ISrown. \\ho has i )eh i i t'i.- 'a1ll ;it I cn tt'( gn soitli of ltiverview. S.S a-
*I'lio V your own pai stI.ryI ils \li 1' 1 we.lh eI tinl, to hiis rmlil for several week1- I> l.ieel. M t.. Annik E. I igie...s.
N l. s-GClicI g-,ell-er' aletN M r. an.ll mirs. .I t i K llr are en in i is s~ ewllhalt hltr. ti ter. W Fi-l thle resling pul.lic.- a isit fr lili liwir laiigliter. Mi ..r-. .lhi .,l o n \VW. Willi;iisat, alilvilded m eating I'lark IaIs just i ie-tivedi a la rgt stock of
PRESENT w f MllInilPnl l itili. i -.M i.-S i Svli, optHllit IleI- ,I lIh' IliemoT;iie Coulnt." l:e'it i, e iioves from tilen ct'1its Ulp: -all anill see
PRESENT BOARD GOOD ENOUGH ,, lii" .g.eigit 'u. l .s cc sle
Ah.. 4U U U II pil ,,i.i II i,.E iW A i 0l.1 ,.AihiIo',.i.t tI ci 1h,., ),5 Ii'e i,'I- M o dhi tl ie,,ii.
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s. one of their lillost iimpo.1rtant.i if ino1 i th.,li l- rry \ rsiY W'a e no ne:iill thi.. Iii.lliisti;. liar-l..r -Ihopl t1 I le ril l of a \\hiile. Tie. plilliosher iof tilhe Miiamnii N,\ews. wls;i i.i
4f most impol rtantii onti we alive tio oteoI I \lioi'xe' I to ti ke ii n tle ll \it n-ioi li I.,lo elic iil e.iilr,, a;iuoilt ten feet loii g. I);iyt.nii ye' terlay. ainl favored uils w ilh
ir at the primary nelxt liit The, i- 'h. I ('cl tl'- M t Thi-,l.iy. S,;,i..,,.nt> e et elsa r Ivle I m le.l Sll l his l re .lio~ iln 4 ir ifii'i-*.
lii5ssie i.n s are a. i rt lof cl" ounty t S,.I l ;,lit t ili. lo lilk oIl h:i\ ilig r lu ll s -iil,-.crilre s ie w ho l e ars. '.I i ~. I ~t .r hwS, e Il tmh ye i ln ter
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d Its ei l,. fll, sii f rllit llil, i l i aill ii ili l li i iii liille; liv. i has ell t lel ing tile State. t
it is it 1 al l (A ctf ill-e f r \I% liit.li ai Ii111 ill i -lieloleiiT. siii llt lli'i.-m Mir II: 1ti0lii s-, i' ,li hi.I f # f-\e Plsivs i viiei tYsi lv al I )l1. li nleil l, ll'.
cannot affi'd t o > oo ut atii d all ke Il i I', 'lt l ,,h 'I- llitcrl;lt ll,,:igic Iiei, i0-, ]t..' liit take, a li i- f :iile' Iv lity lie is ttkitio I1 ',11't '
canvai-.-unles*. WIrehunlce. he l4-4lhas eilh I. Ic s-. ill it *te'c I i iterciint i at t Lae p l. Sl4ie llelpt i o take af tvanr 1 Me ine. whe il he is taking e college
lmotives-U inl r li.ihniii .,-t liere l.iir i I, lart Ies ill s furtill rlg-t ohre n i i' li M) .ll i W hlitker l Tiie-sliy. t .re, iJ i ,pre, l'l"or r iiy Iay. min;,,..i'i lg
I I 'a rtis sta i. 4llt ailllimon i-ilig i lle'it. .tt.l
which very few lcusine s nlien w:antit or I t S the ith A on ill ill pla., n- s,; i, :11 -
will consent to till. Iilt sliolii bl I ly ill \ViWii. \\ i. kiini hiii. is. ,Ie\e m 1 .I i n- ireitl i'e,.eliith priices tr -iii .lii] I' to I The Official Ballot.
Illealls Ice tilled Iy m n oii unIi ll e',1i.tiiil jI -4 'li Ilii- i \, k .#iIs l ilite lililin ih ge lti i. n 1 ,ill. Il i il I ..ir i eil ie iin. lei I v q Il i l wriltig w it h Ihle ru'oles of Ihle lSt:h te
llsiness ai lility aild i d ilil ki-eni l..lel. tie iis. of thl. l iiihii tlli i, I riiii l ti.l \ i lihe i, l il i \\ lil s l' t li i i. h 'nilliitte I certify hai t t tlihe
The present lo rild rtit tlinity roill iir\ II. retuiir ii- I, .\t' -l' 'il i\. ire tf li- I 'ter t",i' hc inli~ i'il lidates iISlVt' qi lithed 1Ili-
miissiioners is gooi ei'iitigli. Tle 4 n- i l ll. il i'.IlsI. d il. i ie ie rni-. iire'.l rile-,r lv ;iii l rioI s it-
tileltli e'lllpnlr sinl liiT l ll ir ,, -, i- ; i m L h l,0 Il h l r ti,.l, .h ', M ir, *i \ Ir nr t-e I. li hl .l iiI.v .'lti- De. litil -, iliI
t-enlei ll ici isi ng this qell ar' i h" ( t1l- be g alt iu i li I |' lm M"ih .t.-I let,-iei.o. \ e lois- la i sit- e li c i 1 1I- m1. > tii
u m olig st t ihe m ost honoral, nii ii.l s i-- %t ,ii tlI,, i, l hi h. 1 l, i h, rt r 0 ,. i l.ll ir.'i.-, ririii iy to lIe eld .Inly 1 .-1 1.90 2. a nd
\ 1 i i lii i, iti hti kedl ithe trc., igin t lie' i rl i ,-i ,\ it li i.l. l ils li ItoIi. IMr. S \te\\ 1 i i .ili \ill l i ii ihlt i-
iessfltl men in tihe 4o1ntv anl t heirs i i eii iinit wiil picr on the ifli
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rwIeords otl as pI vt. 4e > le'l- an l e I i It.loW S:
public officials a. ar t ool as maI cie' s .p,.n* 1 0wns s r. .., s n,.rial Mi-
fo u n d Inr thet ,eirl v n l the, hl ,vI. M i" I M '- l...,.iii | L -il.,, -,, -, ,, ,cl M r. ,.1, M\-g. I:. I-. iAtll ,ath-Il ieft l Mii- ir i. i.v' io l" k W '. r s l iiN .
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eite av oidre 1 t old \ li l \\iiv a s o f l N I ,e l it 'ln i.\ li I i t-kill, N,. 1 ., ;,. \\lr,, h i;i.\ i i li,, l, I l ,ll, (ii-y. ( i'.>l-r L l \ ,.. TI,,..i. spl rkn niin. 4. I.. siniili.
interests of taxpayers. 'The are mri, l l' t ill" II1 th, in fll I1.:" .!': ili lh e \\ lir, t lh ie v \\ ill r #I' -in l ring the Sliil l 'A.r'I;i\ .\ .. mr.s ..I I|. \wi' .,,n.
better m en ill the oillitv \ ithi l i iiin to i llll l''g ,i .- I ll '1 iii ili rsr il l e hil. I f ih t v ; llei ,t 'iliseie w illi *', h l .-ir. I i. l' ..rklin i sililh.
, trust the tini:n iail aiffiairs o the ,,O n. Ih ''r'd ri' l l iniiii.I ri,, ri.d l, e \\ ill inake is liir fiililre ; ill i ir ".: ""'
t tht Messers. T. I.. Il opT..' I-1. ,. IF cK.: lr l..i ,i!..- |,lii,.. iini.l. ,:iiil tn lit t lI ;rii. t Nl. I. iX I It. h'. ke..
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S R. ID. Birooike. the ivt e geiitltemeli illw ho ij. l ii ISiiti. A S,. :. II. M lrhl, n l .1. 1.
have for tlie past two v e.it s I.eii Me. rvsile i N i-- I'. i i m i.- Si ithi :igiel lM r- N,. j \.. I i
I' 'pllillcom m issilloners a1nld all oif w hom hi e, ; 'li ii" l ii ,! .ii l,.t l Ii-t Si; -,l 1 I '. I, l;i l ,l h s li..en ollf 'rel ? r' l tii .. I. ilt 'i .
annl u e.1 forl" n.non i i oiinn l. \ot,'. i ni** 1"l'll'* h**" ",* N iih "ri .,\ *-., iir-i lill inli lor' .i c o'ple ol ,in stimloinh ee 1,.l h .., M,.. .. -,,f h,,, ..iii. I;;,,,, ,I...ih
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it Nei cli.'k. hi ,ii,' a uii il a nI l liiisisiti lIeinii,- itre 'i-irh i N.e *. I.. I':. niiia 0,' .
Steamship Tickets Cheap. i i i it' f lI' i i li-.i'lt'rl N.e.: I. K. iilll.
: P ers o ns in tendlingii i to Ni o rtIh e IL -. I .- i l i ] d1 k -i, i k ,1. P, i t -. -v aiiot.1 ienit-1 1 .. 1 i K IN'.,F
water an save i ot iie l.v o applyii i to lit I| lie.-. si I.n rie k- 1" tild.le clohl alii napkins at "a e,"1, %e Trr iii'n iiy4 E' il-:1 t.ilt e iM .
tlwe leitor ftleh-ail- .Ietz e-N.\e \\ 1 1Shh-t u nit ii A Soi..-. tH Si'e s l lll i lhlt i the fo lllhlwilig
-veriul Isteamshiptickets oh,, ;,. I" I.. iistin. wli n lr ti, p,..l li a e .s o ir tle an fli c -nsessionale
t !hiaes l ,.ti e, p esi ;i',,i l t11 tt. ', l. ssi. ssi I I. n liiill. ol' .\ ,,\ lY 1 i 1 \\ ;,is 1 iiic r s l l i a- |ii' lill st w it i lhl. stait Ie ix-
S- tl'.ikc'l: ,ie'k lsit'i \\ceek ee l ii ii.> ;i th lie I'I. l" ri .'I g I il Si e lig.iii ali4l S1iilil l mi .V c-i'ilit:,%' ,miFll.itiv.. 5 lli isie's' Illliles ill
l)r. Alexandeiiilr reIporlr a illil.r i" l i.sllpitl l ii St. .\ii i>lie,. II. I.. Mii'- of la l st \ Ieek. l iilm e up prllol ci ll. l. o \.1, l:i s l,.li ii oi' l I tl, tI le. n ha illl :, .
-asei f ptofll ainil poiit i. e-1 'ii ii in il s ili Yi 4 l pi v of .,ilt ii t. i i. nri t o tt ,litie o e apter lri- M, lnii .l si ,.., se.,i.r. sIli-..,l i,,n I.
r, r gently. someii otf \ hii hI e li e I n fa li. .\u ii.-ivt'.- illn.-- Ii. I e.\ enin .l. Mr. Smith li is. ,i liii l h>te i M't ii Ia o
t n Ilosti inlstianl lie liias t rac- llhe i,. -l i Si- iis I i' c.-..t i i'i a lVar l-hii oriin t l "r i-hr- "i- liii'l n iiiiitr.." -'idI <'Cio -
trouble to eati.tli g crls. It is said thai t 'FTh" e Iest 1 iiiue1,1 'I\v' i.i a ,l l, w hil, ii il, l I.. lel :.tii ifrh ,,tI e I" ii t"* .Ieg i '-.t t. Itrl- li w Ilil 'e. 1
the late Mr. llanchar'li d. tai \ ais-5-5ss.r ot 1oys ;iid Vii s i- is t l i 11 -i/. 1 at i I. \\ sill i.I \vW illiniai \. ni.c-k.-r.
lhutiliill i c tilt c it le ti o his '- i ole t Ii l ll i ill lei lcl ,i r I' ilrts II.aiit tI Ii A *il iSIiitiiiiiri,l t. l ini &
St.. Il, l3 "*.lck- lll' ll ;il ulllll II I rr.,. ih N \ hili*r. I .I -. n .,1. 1i,,i -
th is I lll ''.-- Mt. A1u glist il ,I l. tIf s s iil e t Ni l i iio I M.t ,, i if.-, ,i Ni. lii hW rd II. I 1 l .i t
rS^ 1,I t i f,, ,,e e1 h I'" The el-Sll i.'l "i.g lflh* l'i:i...l-'l l ;1 -,ll It. r, i v l ,
"^ ~~bh- I. i ..1 .l 11 i .1 ;11If. 411. Vh|o Il' rl, .1
W ll Oll.o n Jl y JU 4th of her e-it r at Tlso,,rstei.iio t. a ,,\ il .. I I *;II ", ***\-*ll" I I I 'lt- li.|
M1... .M ills w ill lo n hi new 1pl.1 e. o i f 'rij .nl f ,, i.. \ ,.k. .l Mi. 'n, \\ 1 '"I 1 I," t lhw '" *-ii ,., N llf M '. mid, ; -
businesst lie F urth f.lIlll I1,. ill II... fi ,r l ,,i hr .1i. 1, illl,- le. .11" T ue, ..y e Ni tl.o i
prepn.ir l to) furnish Inn, l. I..., h,,'rim. ;,g, lp ,',,, i .li,,,,le, ,, il 1i l ., i,. ,, .I-i,- --.i, r,, .,,, h t;,p T.L. EXCURSION TO ATLANTA.
soft drinks., e'i ars. l el. .coI. ,.. li. e.i... a r t in ii '-t ,i fe.' lheur- .it l h e o,.r i -, 11 Ii, r- i IsU, l i- li bll 02onoI Apli ;llon, --
stor. w ill I.e lIct ta l i tn the ne, lUilil ii ,.elh .ilgl e11i -.t Ille. ,,, i l. v ; l. il t- eorgii ntli lrnl A I-loriali i IRail
4 iif h ,i .. Ic,, tc' -. ill, Ifhi r 'c iiili- NIt \ M I. 1i1 il t r .lits SI li.,,' lUla-tec-lito. e'\vIlli's' illi
next to Bilifhillam & Thmli.. p ,n .. Ilt i.t I e "iIli '. I ii, i\,' i l ll i e' i -r hi ol w6 .-l i ll 1ii1 a nie i iiup-to l e excursi oni. i.
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--- litl's tenillii- ( xfI I. 1- til-I Ii' '':"e',l 1 'iie,, i- ii I l' t illll li si sil gilil rihit.ir The rolii l trip rateo' from I'llntki Ilo
StOO R ew ard. l,.lelri, k- ip l .ii,i i-iril .i;-l- ig i n .ik, -\\,rue ..- w r 1\e .Al .\ ;11t l t.I \\ ill loe .7<.4'10 : 1a1il to MiIaco- i
I w ill Itpay it reward ol i SI.M1 l the i l r tie i. t ,, i-e thi ,, .t tis,,t I ,1 k I 'll I li,, ,I \;lit f i eaI i,, t -ti, e .. ,' Ii .'1 I Sl.,'ial tl ;lin ot ele'anit -o.i'lI. '
rest n l co nava ie tio i oaf aiv |te.i'.its- i b, u 1 11 .Ilt\\illlv I.itk t il 7 ,0 I. im.iriving
('al hlg'lt stea', lin! Ilic. rhic'k,'Ii-. oi" lhsli iii.: (li.r I l t is i t I ,.i l' lii Iei,' 'he i,| lh i \\i]l -, i ,', .V'- |tu." ;t l,; r |,h,. \\ill hi iltla l l t 7:ie.t n. lt. ierrivhii t
ti' l illtn .i r tlml' ifoi. 11' cells, ti'e 1 .iit i- lsh iNiii n ii.i li5iii :f ..-tsi1ii i,, ii,|u 'ii l i. n, iiii lh A ,Sni. ;1t MSit i N:i i*e: I p .. .ill A tlant ;li.i)
\\. II I' i Il ':-. Ml NI r |l,..a .' s lIl .i-e' 1 |I i ll i.\\ i-e i il ____ i_ __ i --rli Ihe, -lii i'r. ;inil hlie kl-ps ll.'e iliit \i !1 II.ll. llo li met w iilh very '; i\ ihnSl.iir lo -'-.-"el train on cif I'e'- "'
is..- in tip-,,cp eeolelltis.n: in Lt. il i e. g 41., i- l ide't' il hilsih.l phi a e' k eely it i. 1902. "
T hID Ee T A B L-E tie. ii.-i,i l,..,kii. lpiI- I,,n ti. ,,,w .o Ss leading i site-t Col 1 h.I..Is, 1.i .i ,is-i ii otyic lll wsil sl t-
N e.1'TtIm*g" i,,iiia iim,, 2", P-,1 t 2 I1011p.15If. 1Il lilii ii h' i-Sji '-iih' i ll "I"' '-Is'l lll .i 4,llitl",'-t t)M's i tsee \' ilt 1 i0"-u
\\ k ;li iin i .l.in. 1 | I r \itll I.i, r:LIr **l l oi l d l.ili ,ta tl IM ;iI- i lie,1i,\r1itfdi lll ii.t to 1,1 to tiltell.
iTil il iil o- r, li ,i \ r i i 1. i l i i T i" %il h i I ,i l i, 1 l i .
i n : -1 I H nl h Ili, .s r it I I l.iin-\\ hI.; t.I- i l lhe 1ieh in .Iuill 1 1t ii- iiiilhort ;,lih.\ i- di l. iroli t hii s etti i n
1 11 11. < li iil I hit -ks llI. \ el l of Ilidneel 1ei clel ilr tI ll I S lt..- eill 1;k al s1 t.cge aof t 11s1.-
Sl all i ...........-..-.. ........ I -' -'' 1 :'*'', T ,'| i t, i'ii -ltl-i i \ lS ite- li.i- i-- l ,.', I r' i IIl'l.'illl 'i p;Ii;il\ it l iiite se lt \ |, ,\v r stf-e s il' ,ii' ihul I \ i ~it r, l;iti\e,-
M in y ........ .. ...........2 3 611... 1 1* '' ,, i f T i iTir ,,r i,, ; i .n,, ,;i l.0 ; 1f tIi ii il h, I ii ,," il i ini hit !. ; l n iril,|l O- i ln t lh ri;i rii fI i< iel I
T .esday ....... 1 .. "' i I oi l. iil i n i i t I oi li.t oi i l i l -o.-t -hi-; iin; I. t io l i. nI ite i \l'ednelt l a .\l-- ......-- I -- 1 :- t l (;; lii.. w ld l i id lhd.oiito ;it "l' i ]i -\i''l,, cd i l'"lhii sil 'ti i. \t. i -. lt h'.w i -1 il i i; t i ;I t lc ii-ie .\V l 111-ii >;ne s.l cial l -. h. i l lIt \ I'
T uFrid s .ay ........ .. ... .,. -' 1- 1 4 1 k.-. 1 1 Il .4 S" ,l i I ;\ .. .1.i :r :11 11 1l ll lli ll;i
7..7.1 1 i 2i 1- ac c -- h e e e.'.
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it.P' 'e I Nt\ oln.isi d ilil il' silicg l n .t I' >r i i,- ,! :. -, i ,il,,,is .h "s.i i Hi- ct'-,'.", 4-'i ii 1 '.i-'-'iri-,l ie 'l-.,-,r .
S d y .. .. .. nsl - ..-l-- i-i tes. i ie.- ; e pt i ,~ M.I." N, i ,;i 1,I.s
M ondaiv- .........-.... T. ..-. -. .. I i im l '. p. l.le' oct .\ .';,.: \ li. lt 'c' i\
T uesd1ti V ........................ I- l --' i)I *d"i-.i t 1;h" I1 i n : i k ;,.,.,Ihc li' I i h ,sIt- ti l t'- he,1.. ii, k I
ne lines .av.. .......... ...1.. 10 11:1t t i 0i1 i | th ,,|I-e.,,e, e,,feI- the- N h-,i.- l, l;.t'.
F h r.ray. ................... ...1....! .. ;1%\;I lil'1** l g ii l hS lf .. t l; ,,l t' ico I-i H i,,.l -f Y
F tri l .day. ................ .......... .s1 :-- -.... t-llll. il-,1 h-,---,- -i N. I h, u,1,r, ,t: i.. i hi.. i i l li, e rui li,. f. ls' ,l Ti, i l .i ." l H ;,. th ,l ih Iii i ere'to i i.* t
Snt ui r dlaiy.-........................-- ----1 Ii 7 I l,'' ,.Is ll' Si N i d i ,l 'li T- i ,' Phi's" .c ii 'ii i iil I.,i:~' ut 4l0 *_

ije-sliti******************i- v- iis.;'''' I'.. tiss-nI-er.NI '(5". su rij 'e ae U.
: ih'.. .....i............................. .. .i'.. \ li -id id. ",' c i dd,",, ', ', l, | T \

ntain that Prices do *t" ie i \ i i i. -' ,! i i I
t h eie h..s Ii i h ,. ,,,,,'ti-i ,'' tip ,ini. 1 .:i ;,=..,- : in 11 c.riri ..
r* -it -i ,, '- :, .'. ,,' .. -i. turnIn gray very fast. But your Ni
S'l uf I- i. ', .. ., r i, \' .1 i, ,- Hair Vigor stopped the falling and
SI su rr '- p: -\ s' ,.i'., restored the natural color."-Mrs.
I you 'nU yoiur t !i' I''.: il '.' E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y. '

y you CaInb,.y gods :. hI .,,--, ,.. -1 :. ,-" It's impossible for you i


-B.t not H E.E. .. ,,g, -' t' l'e'* t IMI- "' not to look old, with the
I : i t t i -lieu ;is il'1 _ili ~i ,' "* ; .... : ; 1 :,1 d d ,- i ,,: s-' \\ .**i, l ii ,
.oI :.v ;.] i ---- '' -''- -- i ti -' color of svcenty years in I,
he reputation o *i ,.our hair! Perhaps you
little m ore for' w e : lt '. e. ,,el.l- .1-- i,., ,, P .- .-.. -., are seventy, and you like l i
I ieI e Ore,.. o w, .1 Oili i ,--- ......---- .... II..- ;. ,i.., ....ci. P\ .' t s ,.ls. your gray hair! If not,

ued patronage and i-, id -;. i,' '*"i~ ... 'u"' '''-" use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
LUr g cx i eai~ll r p a-tronlx si-u ^ i. 1 ig, i e *i it er 1"' it.-' leer .. ,. .~. ^. In less than a m month your
. r good ill by re- '.. 'x s. i l gray hair will have all the
O f O U r m eI cl a i s i,,.,:,.,.: i ,,, i :.. i p.. ..n. : it s ,ii '.' .- -.' dark, rich color of youth.
S* 0 i l.. i, i ..l i .. l n *n t St .ite iv1e SI.M1 a ottle. All dlalgisi.
.sb A.I-. 1....1 ...1.. .. t I. 'If )1.1, 1111 ... I nn i n --- -I


New line shoes and oxford ties just received.


The well known Hamilton and Brouwn Shoes


have no equal*


WVsltemAdo. a a at *


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See our Job Counter for low prices on Show.


ITZoore J3 P08


STRUCK BY CUPID'S DART.\

Waloer "I'Thll'imusos11 :lii M.iss 4rale' HIll-
liiugh were joinlled ill Ihe o lilnds oif wed.e
l hk Isst Siliunda11y aft4tIlernoon at fourlr
o'-k. c e-v.k .. Ie .1. Gramiin performing
I hit, i,,lii iny. Thiie wedding took piice
in t li parlor of TliP l'alni4. after which
the bride a il groom and a few intiniite
friends rep Ired to the lihome f the ride's
inoither, where i delicioiius wedding re-
liast was served. Iothl of the young
people are well known in Daytona, nidl
hliave hosi t of friends who wish then
wedded joy and prillre l ity.
Thad MNtl',ilnii. eof tliis eity., and Miss-
M.at tie Cliftoii. (of itirlwrville. w re'.
listed in marriage at I teLand lust Mon-
iiday. After Sliendiingi a day with tihe
ride's parents, they aminle to Daytona


AMONG THE CHURCHES.

ltRv. Butler. of Orniond, wasi t
Daytona Wediemlay and favored our
Sanlitumill with a very brief but pleasaSt
,'all.
ltev. S. S. Butcher, of Orange Park, i
**'xi-te to lprich at theCongregatio-al
chanrlih toliorrow morning at 011 a
o'eeloe'k. I |
-: j-^' fck
A union religious patriotic eerviee '
ie lie hi at the M..E. Chbnrmh Sunday
int. A very interesting program
li*eli prepared. All are invited attend.
The next convention of the Vek| .a
County I'lnion Bible School Asol c
will b- held at IekLand the 15th olIj.
All the Sunday S-hools in th6 county aflt
lrivilegied a to send delegates.


Tiieh, v. where they will imake their f- ItDr. C. W. Arnold preached theCor m-,
liire' hImille. 1Mr1 M.('ollunl waI raisrsel in tiii mrtilllii t Ja.cksonville lastSumday.
;I ytvonandi a is well knlowne byl V eryoie. r The. ''iimes- niion and Citizen, of that
'h,. hialpply licouplea hive' the' I'st wishles c-ity. Ipuhlishelad his se ,rmon in full aad
if their iiimalny fried itl. uciplimnii te very highly on the dih-
<'durse.
It. ITI '.MITT r Fulwol'o, presiding elder of
EXECUTIVE COMNITTEE. tl.e N1. I-. 4- h-urth, solth. will preach and
l-- ied h | Iitiarterly mie ,ting lat tlw church in
'lie' Ihe'llem-'lo tic- I':\lecutivt e i a nllllitti1te i I KIlisXt i \\'ejitia'esdiy evening at
f tli'e ,'oii.nty. hiel sa neetini in thi'e 7:':i c'hlock. Dr. i"ulood is a very
"-iirt Iliouse at IDo-laIl Mital ilil ni llorn ll'll- i pressive speaker.
lig ;it te ll t-l.i-k. lF'iftl'h l olt i e 'eighiteetli
l're.illcts of th.li co ty Were -'preselltel.
i the meetini''ig is entii.ly h:'lr NEWS FROM ORMOiD.

.Iolin Saiills was apploinlte tie Volusi;i Th l, .'ll.varlutlrs' ae t work 4on the
u tll y Ilmell-ri of the- i llng '-e sional1, oll- If,,-4l'it-. ie ti st ill il the I.,eiiiinsulla.
Iiit e0 nl. 1i t .:I- I ppointill-it w ;is certi.
icl to Mr. livi f 'ranlik lloiint andl family lire now at
Th tlie l or of e- .ltiiig ai Itle' eX1 lli i- Wi 1 ils 4oli f IcI t t .LIie Oifl t eIP I t't.h.
inililitii T' .% \\ I- ,li-.i-.,.I it aie.I la i nl it. "rhi,. Il'h Ilropl ill our si e tion is verl
nut i.1 :. lti,%n wcai s I s k,-n. goiOI ,'ac4 isidel'iiig the IiIry weather.
'I ,li f ollo\\ iiiL s ihisp-'ctors ;inlil r ierkc#l- i J i
e s. li. ail Miis. LaswrcL mievle.io werel '
lie pri lll -r el* -t lllcti ier :i' ; Ipiolted:I thi.' il-oi lttsig-'. ihave g lie to
I.:,te..,,.rise-.1A T 1. *It s"siter. 11. I '.


isi kei'l .- -sigil .1. I.I I l'a ler-tt.
S)tlilile' lity'- teoi li liiameil laiit'r.
. l.inil-IlI I I're\a t. 1In .I M,' Ir ov.l
SIi Veitiiiil.
I-I '.eoli Sill'piP Irs--ll .1. Sploi ll. .I..--.
hllmheri v.. 1 itc, iiell e|i., N...
S. evill.-- \V. 11 lil r i -1 ,. .1 I'l.'it l
SIIt ii\M .
I )i'iion.l--T Ie' lin:ili.i l Iit .i'
llci.yt i.i- lletiry S lhligiilt N I1 i\ Hi :

I', I P l is i. I ,I \i 1: .lI, iib i-. g .\ I '.
. rliell r. .1. \ ,
I\\. '. {.I DiI/,.
I., k Ilii! N\\ '. .1ii -..1 T/ \\' illiiic-.
I '. ','i; ,.I .1.
'lii .. .- i gi sii el,, n. i e iii
i T. T .. I- I ii. I. .

. N -. kt' I 1 \ l;.ilx, I ; '.
Sl- 'i. U -- i i (llt. eg. I I I pl p p,

'.i -eu--I' Ice' t ispi I I.te I |


\e are ple';-idl t kwliV t lllat Mrs.
I'ir;i *lhy a.1 1.lis-'- .l 'l.i w ill again
te.irhb our scllohl
NMi- .I-,ilie 'l'llier left Tuesday to
Vi-I!t gi iiv t)' l1 i llinois. Slit will enter
: kIiie .lg-r.;;it'li traI iiig school in thefall,
siT !i;i l --lilt rg III.
T'I'h- l Ci I-lthli'-. s is--teIl biy M r.
I l;il.r,-I. t',- na1i;kitig considerable ini-
g le .>. i it-its ontl iiLiin li l -iavenue and
;I lo- hlhe ri\'i g rh i ill I' a nice
.,iil'w-Il -s-I te.1 1i .i' hl-1 tIle f tile rail-
g' asi, I t Ieis -
Tlio'l \ i ii l 11 p. ht N ,,i i ii thei.Japli**leie
T--.i. gai\ sii i h l. \ n I. 1 %. '. reOINo s lait
T I' l-is.i x .r'c ,ii li. Tl. i- chil dren
I1 .i1i;ii,1h ,i i e'c\ esiii,-'- t lie% were'
c !.l 1i1i., ,d ig0t. ;i tt r .- '.iiiii w,',1' li i,5 lizeil
l, .i lih .1 i.ii-, I ;,.Ic. I l '. soviet V.


Fourth of July Excursaiom.
l-i'. I';i;; ~-:1 li -g.-I I tIi,' I- Us il re-
, ,', I ,,"- ,' i r! ;i ,,:0 %. h h i-nlay viz:


. I 1 '- il., ;I r-- '1! i .A .1 i 'i t rip I N-tw een
'I t.: i- .! l i I I, I I l ,, ; i .- i, I" if l"hloril i, and
1;1. i % ll ,h,.,, ;i. i ,1,'. a iT i ,! -.I h- I .'t%' een all


-'sit IS.' ci' I c higH.,- is-I
l'~p c-'.o lppi'iis icot 'I Ii- Pc 'p'~ ii
i'c dli I .1.10 di

itgc-'. Ii'- -" ttggli I iT~ -
5 sip; ..u is ii


[I.... ,, .... ,i .,. ;t--:-ipi i and mouth
.,! : i ,i- t.,. i I',, t. u,,c iv'ers, includ-
!i, Ii... ,-" | i 1 .... i i x heol interstatee.
I K .....- idt IJy 2ivnd. 3rdl and
it ,. I '.! i .3 ;.- ;i ,li. ,' Jill*y sth. For
-, itli'.-. rti'.'--. i'i *i\ ,ilhesindl informa-
ii i d.l.ty %o \V I"' .lil,i,. ticket atent;


THE


Vol. 14. No. 3.


Daytona, Florida. June 1902


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E MTTMUA GAZETTE-IEWS.
Published Every Saturday.

EDW. FITZGERALD. Pl'irn-ss a.

ahsetiptoa $1.50 per Year in Advance.
aomding Notice lOc per Line Each Time.

Eatenrd at the Poptoflk-e at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Cla Matter.

Saturday, June 2s'. .1112.'

Bartow has a young man'* liemocIrat-
icClub. Others towns sliouild o like-
wise.

"'ThereIs miany a slip bettv'ixt tl- 4 'u1,
and the lip. and the Naf-st %%ay i. to
drink out of tlw hiottle." it olhiii
County.

The announcement of R. liR-..n I Iur
lor railroad coninissio.ii.r ap;.il-' itl th l.
Gaette-News. He repr',i--it"lt lI.it,
County in the lower L hu'w f thi.t l;i:-
Legslature and miadt.n4n-4x 'elhl'it n -' ]'.l


We have rece.'vd thi ,hi.rlhi.tli ai
aal catailougue of thi l-ati' -il a giUl-
teral College. locate! at I.;lk. City. This
olge is one of the leading oei..s of thili
South, and its board of triustees in liil.
some of the leading men of the .Statt..

There is a duty that sholiil not iin
-egbeted by any who wvislh to vote atl
theeoming primary election. Poll t:ix
*motbe paid before July ',lh. 0111itom
mes who have reached thi aig- *0
21 since the st of January %w ill nilet It
msquired to pay poll tax.

The Gaartte-News is in r'eilpt iii tat
booklets describing tlh. r#orts amnoni
the ountaiIns eof tier* Carolina-. Th1.
booklet. which are%- work- of art. are
isued by the SAothern Railway, andi
seat us by their plopular and enterpris-
iug Florida tntguit. I Cary. of
Jacksonville.

Orlando's Board of Trade evidently
knows wh.t it is for. It hlus recently
placed an order for 50.(IK) booklets.
advertising the attractions of the city.
The bunch will weigh a ton. and will
eost quite a bit of money. which has
bi raised among the Orlando business
and proesional men. Daytona Rould
vry advantagiously follow Orlando's
example.


SMMER ORAL AT STARKE.

One of the Peabody Normals will Ie
heldlatStarke beginning July 14th aind
coatn sing six weeks,. with l'roifessoi
Ardur Williams principal, assisted liy
Mis Clem Hampton.
The Bradford County High school
SUnif, a commodious and comfort-
bbi structure hap been placed at tile
a disposal of the faculty of the Suninmmer
MOrmal, and the school officers of the
county will give the faculty the fullest
eoopeertion to the most successful of the
'Gormals ever held in Florida. Starke is
0of the most healthful towns in the
state, aid her citizens will extend a
hearty welcome to thows who attend
t Normal.
Good board will be given to students
iOtheNormal at from $10 to $12 per
mouth. Accommodations may be engag-
e4 in advance by addressing T. ID.
Gunter, county superintendent. Starke.
Fi., and such other information as is
Misud will be furnished bty hinu ol

I addition to the Normal School a
eompItitive examination wiil ie held lat
8tarke, July 17th and 18th, for the
purpose of awarding Ore scholarshlips to
the Peabody Normal College at Nashville
T'Im. Tise scholarships are wjarthi$14ml
and railroad fare both ways per aniaulli.
for two years. Young men and womiien
from seventeen to thirty years of agj'
whoareposmed ofg(mod health, h-iar-
eter and common school education and
who 0re bona fide citizens of Floridn.
am eligible for these echolarsihip. Further
particular may be had hly addlressingi
RoD. W. N. MShet,. Tallaliaass.'. Fa.

CONMfl PATED l W It.ls.
To have good health, the 1,.ln should
be kept ia laxative eilndlitiili, 41141 tli-
bowlsimoved at iot o4 a tl ly. d o
tht all the poisom Jis waste ar r.\-
led daily. (i. L. Edwards. 142 N.
PaoSt., k*ibita. Kansas. wri,.-: "-I
Mhave ed Herbine to regulat tl. Iitvrr
and bowelt for the liast t.n v-.1irs. an4d
found it a reliable remedy." -,.- at J. .\
JoIns.

SPECIAL SHIP FOR NEW YORK.

The Mallory Steamship Liticis t. will hial\
a special ship sailingfor New York on
Wednesday, July 2-nd. This a ill h.- the
stealship "Alamo" of that regular ex-
p( and paenger -.eivi,.. I'-. lt't.tl.
New York and Texis, w ai.h will rail at
.fraumwick. Ga.. on her way from iiTexas
to New York. Patssent g'rs shoutlil ar-
range to leave .lacksonvill.- onil thl
teamer train Tueliay. July 1-l.t. at
9:40 a. m.
The "Almo" is considered! by malirine
expert. to b one of thl th intst and moist
thoroughly equipplld pailssiepr slips
rsning to Southern ports. ,Sp-.ial n lw
rat- will be made to palssirs, desirin:
toalulon this shill. Th.kets will IT. on


sale only at the office of thi. Mallorry
Lie, 214 West Bay St.. Ja.-ksonvill.'

TAX ON 'AltIEs..
Extreme hot weather is a gi.at tax
upoa the digestive pow.t of hialie s:
- and feeble they shotuill IN' given al
doses of White'*a Cream Verniitfuge.
the eiMduen's ton'c. It wil stilimulate


PORT ORANGE ITEMS.

Mr. Kennedy is filling the low part of
the Harry Fozzaird lot.
Mrs. Allen Trowell is visiting her pa-
rents. Mr. and Mrs.J. B. Case.
Frank 1). Sparkman went over to the
oUlity tiseat the first of tlii- wefk il
lhusins-.
Mi'. t \ iirh t tI; Laike lhte-i*?lord. till
tile %%#. I i'i' ,,i ihi tihe ility., is visiting
lher i-t<- M r. lD liiis.
Mit. E; I .i1: it li tlh tI.dillaghter. .Mary.
alive g,1 tI't .. the th,- .1out %\ t pavy i
vi.hit to liir imot lhr. .Mrs. It. Mals>h.
,i.,t \i .IoWuI- li lli liia' s IIIl hi'iMi.I d ii
n iilil.i l.la it,. i iiandl i- silg it;I.- l ttrry"
tll. \t 4.11 li. ;land l Orilin here M r. lI'lf-
I r.1 .I illia.i- .I if t I is I. .-itted.
Sii pl I I a ir,.I i I- ,lA iiut iit',t1cit ilhl-
ilig ti- l ii, ti -i lla th l rt h irliti i' llt -
, .I .i l ti;i- ,l%..i. Chas. M1 silurln i il
,-ali~ lr-: .ill Ih l 'or,.. \\1h!.-+r, lih w ill Iw,
1 l :i.,.. i .. .r ,' : l! h i- fri 'ii.i l i l,[ tI I
re-t Iof I l i ikindl
\1 M Ii\ tl iu. ,,f lhI lli. ni-l, li- ta1yv
, ,iin Tr.: \\.,it 1 t t. ln,-svill. ia ndl
ii arr .- .' i yi ai lad.i of that city ailildatI
til- r\ inuil-l ir \i-iiithl tlh ir friends.
NMr \i 1 Mrs ;#,. Morfor, onr tliheir
%% I\ -,, Iii,.i 1tu !--, hlor,1'1 \V1 wf isl
l li .... l i l' k .


COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

ICnan' tii.tl in r,,ular sessionn Miondti,
eveniihn. it it I'risident-proteinm Hlarri
illt lt. h iln. I rn-swit .\hi. iG Sm ith
I'. -t.ii. t A't aoo. itl. Stevelis.
It ll, Ine\ 11% Iil u i\0.re0 preiented I lan
,irI.l .,r p if' :
C. II. Sotil ir '.i yar s salary......t s :. :l.:l1
Irllatt Son. liacksmithinlt........ .1.7t
Osi :r Mihnlial. h12a lalids marl.... o.tii
l. E. Freiirh. meni i is tini ............ 4- 1 .ti
Adam i.4hantx. ',l, year's liglhtisng i7'.il
M1ived iy Ahl. lFostter. sl.%1dd I
hAid. Smithlli to alilend m.tion lI f ill h
ordinlanli in relation to l o10 s iit a1le-lddint
the words ",-and wearing a dollar wit
t .a tta It c rlth ll ariille r nuilill: r ltan i y ivairl
'NM \-i'e l hy .A il. "ostur. sei-olnliledl l,
Ahi. Smithli. that smection '2 of the ordl-,
lliua in rlelatii tio Iot gs itn anii'llildd.4 s
that it shall reiad tive dollars foilr feial
dog anil thllat tir f11olowillg words I
attacinhd o th ti setion: "'lizlg r tlii
Ordiinanel a spally finasle dotig sliall Im
lie.liedl fitr I011 ilt hiollar peryea1 la virdt
a 'atisfi3lctory thera'tit a is lpilsnt ili I
Clerk showing sulh li tnalet' do to li i
spay." Carried.
M.ovell Iy 1Ahl. IFoster. s eS-.llld l.
Aid. Smith that sctioni :1 lof the orli
liallite in Irl aliionl to dolgs le alli e li.tial 0
striking" out tlh word"visitin;.arrie,
Ml'ov-,d lye .\11. tFo.itel sA .uo1ll01dd Ih
Ahi. Smillih that s-rltioni oif the ornli
laliet- i rl elatiil tit dol I, atb limentled ti
.lread "ot Ists thall in ill. and not lmoor
th.1an five dollars at the di'4f-fetion of tilh
Mayor sitting iniMay o's cI Irtl;"i-rrii' d.
.MltIov l.y A1.1l. i"Fostedr. seconl--led I'r
Ati. Smith. lihat the ordinanctr, in ialph
tion to dohgs found within tihe City limits
ile passed on s'4m'Oild radii aall iniiid0di l
carri-ed.
Moved. 1 l Aid. At % ill.t I. se'o1ii1atde| I,
Aid. Smith that tlei South tidg'ewot l
leaving resotluitioii passer at iieeting o
Jiune !ttlh lIp nI. riltded ill .ff.t until I
ttiions ua n made mIli 1 ete: carried.
Written tpor't iof sprlcial uillinit th. ,t1
road miaclihinery was read. Moved \o%
Ahl. Attwood. sw.oiided I-y Ahi. Foster
to) aI'-l'pt r 1port tiand 1iischarg.l coltu
mittee. carried.
Mptv-Id hey AI.d Sillithl. seco-iilrde le1
.%1i1. Foster. tlihat .larsihal lie iisltrultit
o it. \'. \V W. Austin'.l and p p 'eiist him i
v1,1io 1ly with '1.t i lor iianc- il l rlatit n l tif
ll1ildingR over river: carried.
Moved -y A1d. Foster, s-iconded i\
Ali. Smith, tililt Cerk I.t instruiictd to
a fil for blids 0 river .hll and o( lniir
delivered on tole. stro-ts, all imatiriIll to
tlw tirst clais. the I marl tl1 it4e-stiinatrd iol
as.s from private pits.- ald f'roim tlli h it .
pit. t li -ounuil .rrise4 rving tlh ri-'lht tlo
i'jieit any and all l Iids: rarried.
Move ly AI01. nSmilth. M.01lrl0 I\
Aid. Fo lter. it h tlPrsid0ilt appoint l
rollll illt offl tlir ,' lo4 1 lillliilil+'il0 plal II
shlow tIhe 11co o0111iical si|de of lo ing 1' aiil
usIing roa01 4 ii 'lii tonry to iisl I1111 t ro 141S
in th 'rl ity anill u r rt it nIlext iii.etilni
,airri.de t "iia a.aiit Ii i il A dle. tI'cu l .
F o"t. r iiild (i. iiiilh. Ailioilriile, .
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No Time to Lose
You cannot afford to disregard
the warnings of a weak and
diseased heart and pu: off tak-
ing the prescription of the
world's greatest authority on
heart and nervous disorders-
Dr.
Miles'Heart Cure.
If your heart palpitates, flutters,
or you are short of breath, have
smothering spells, pain in hit
side, shoulder or arm, you have
heart trouble and are liable to
drcp dead any moment.
M r .r .T W. Woodcock. one of the
twot i ..-. n oil opt'rators In the cotun-
try iirn' 3d dead from heart disease
r_-ently. at hi,, home in Portland. Ind.,
hbile mniowing his lawn.-The 1'rm.
Mrs. M. A. Birdlsall, \atkins, N. V.,
whose portrait heads this adverti.-e-
it.-nt. says: "I write this through grat-


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Good Health
and pure blood are Inseparable. If
your blood is bad, your health must sf-
fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose
vitality just as a poor fire under the
boiler allows the steam to run down.
From poor blood to impure blood is but
a step, and impure blood is mother to a
large percentage of human ills. Dr.
Harter's Iron Tonic is an antidote for
both poor and impure blood, for it is
both a builder and purifiero-a food
and a medicine. It is the best combi-
nation of the kind known to medical
science, and its success for nearly half
a century has led to its endorsement by
thousands of medical men who have
been unable to find a substitute.



Dr. Harter's



Iron Tonic

wffl insure you against the many evils resulting
from Impure blood. Scrofula, pimples, blotches.
kidney disorderai rheumatism. gout. dyspepsial
female weakness, anmia, chlorosis. etc., are a
few of them; but the greatest evil, the greatest
danger, is the general weakening of the whole
system. which affords an opening for every
passing disease.
The following Is only one of the thousands of
testimonials we have received:
Detroit. Mich.. Jan. 101901.
-I commenced using Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic
when prostrate from a severe attack of rheuma.
tism. After using three bottles all traces of
this disease were completely eradicated from my
system, and my general health was restored.
As a blood purifier Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic
has no equal, land I most sincerely recommend
it to all persons suffering from Indigestion.
fatigue, rheumatism, and the many weakened
conditions of the system produced by impover.
wished blood." Mararite P. Yeaze.
No. 040 Second Ave.
(u, pasm thsm tmat a e ia* eial 1s pais.)
Every bottle of Dr. Har-
ter's Iron Tonic has our
S'Crescent" trade-mark on
the label. Don't accept a
substitute-insist on Dr. Charter's.
f Made only by
THE OR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY
DAYTON, OHIO
SMakn lsto of Dri. Harte's Wild ChLty Bitten.
said .iuter well knuwn Dr. Hute, Medhidae.
FOR SALE a svixwz LU.
A iniotioill \\ i a tile. in tlh. i'clerk of tlih
I nit, i State, Is litrir t I ourt at .l iksonii-
vilh, vri ilay ill tilt. .;is 4 tiln' I ii,6 ll
States a ai iilt I,,hn tMili4.ii-Cs'ost.' .
I'ost ail I'. I". tilif .iill jil'ay.milil t liti
tih. ilidi'tili-iit re.-+iiltly fo iil lt iiag t ir .

fortlil ii lrll't' tllil t at l i fu, .ir o .f '.4 .la id i
litiia tt 1 i'i s.ioiin tllihlat it \\ ;ii pri',. il-
ed it .i 'ii of 4r,1ii t ;itiihor11 i/,.,l In'
la%\\. ijn t. h.i4 ti a ai l i q l 411int- tii'
1i1( ii liia T r'.- o 'alh iii.'S in l- i\ '1 ti's1 1 -
e D thflle i. ili a e ai, i th. I, ,1.1 1 h
edi'% ili irllil l tvi i l iI iII l a o ll-.lo lf llth-
riiaaIs jury ti.at loii ip ;nlea iiir.- iit i| i r
said ililirtiii t iiat q i iitilili< t j l' oi. Iii-\\ it'
.. II. 'i i ttt. \ lio \\i .' r sell -.'tiit it n
41i1'rt. an0il14 1 otlilhlr itood|tl roi iols
alloo'i i iitn on Iii tie fa1:1 e.. of a iiili n tlil limit.

no\V *Io \\t l "11 lrii l 1l1.1..
No\\ i tlhi' tini, to itpr \idi' ol i 'yo .r lf
anild fal ilyil. l \ il 'i .ottl. t hIt'|ii I |il .Tr-
lain's Coli'. I 'hol,.ri al li 'rlowa
l{'iln 'dv. It i ailii l-I ,,r, 1i li tto ..,
n+4.Ii.,Il IM ,-,l h i n. t iliii l.l" i- to ver.. aii l ilt
|P i llrl' l Ilo\\ n I i.\ i1\a %*,111 li trip toI
town\ iin tlhi nili ht or in 'o% r ll'; siu .'vi-
m oll.I t iS211 i 44 14)h 1 "'ii ,.l t i.


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You Know What YVo Are Tiaklg hate |. ,i I.." it wit hailt iin'lurriai.f any lI luni W"ien yoia take (Iroves Tastel.-ss Clhill l lt part of tt, urnilil and
",tnii 'CAaiL thL hornula is ptiinl CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION. ha.ility In ilart.ofh so. tlie sol... l Work latn 'ry wi
p ri nl dl i 0 11 e \'e ry b o1 title sj )i I tw ii t l it irg ',iia% fand ihir hi 1r lh ii.-i'ha lait i I s- .n 1t .A 11 ,f rk I D O alit tll eV ry L o
lmrintte is simply iron and quiniine in .tast.-sss "Th, I )* ,l .'rati,' oti tty ..xv'live ,t t 1i,' a ires, t n l.hl ii.. l ,, ii.n Flri.lt F uh es e
forin. Nol 'ure. No l'ay. -*3c. i ,i ia4it, 'i' ,i, M1t la .l.l M.iallhy It .IIt h notsf Fihri Furnished.
-\'v 'llil i. Ilidris llviI ho Ih,, foIhllow inpg val f, nl % that Ml !, i it i i, .1 i "i. r ii'1 I-
sc lt h edi"i as he ch i s angill that thle, T 'I.lh-pl i -4. I).1YTONA
I pl'li rv hi'ii -ti i t il ose
Little W illie from. his m irror "J'h,, I).,,m.otrari. t' V l.: ,..uitivt ilit't <-<. "il,,l "nthor" ,.ir*.*lars i.,o -
.. ..).. .- it" ... ... i Ill ....


Licked their nieriry all off.
Thinking in his childish error
It would ih iire thi wv hooping coingii:
At the funeral. Willie's another
Saull v said to Mrs. Brown-
STl'was a chilly iday for Willie
Whei tli the iiercury welit down.i

The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chill 11tail l"evT-ir is a l.itth's of (ilitiu ;'L
TASTETEI-:sS CUinLI. rTONI'. It is simply
Iro '11ild tQuiinine in tList'eltss for4ii.
No i'llri. No I'aY. Price .-) .i' ints.


Jacksonville to New York
Tlrh VIlvyde ships saiiling firolli
.li.ksonville still uolitiiiue to o i nori'thi
full of leassmi gers. It is eidelnt that this
popular lin is a g'islnt faivorlite with th'.
i ravling ptilic- for otir hlimle'
IpopileI' hiavle i.-e yearly latroniiz-
ilig tlher lyd'hle Line. til1d s ia thoroughly
satisti'il w ithi the' ships. service. Ptati-
iroo1lll ii oiliilMdaitions. tc'. Thie I'Cl'es
:tr proI- rle.1 SlI fVe .'opil e i' d Iiiiul coI.' -)stntlttIV
stlilyiling the,' -0 iellirliece ailnld *liifotrt
of tlhir 1pitriills. It is certainlyy LI plel.as-
iIrIe to siiil fromi .lackse ionville oin olp. ol
theiir gitund steamer s ll d oun r h"liliut'le 'Iwo-
p1,i ill s i.-tiling tlh ir rolite for alillill
trips 1nortli ceild ot travel in grel.at'lr
.ii illfort iatl i. ly thle ("C' d' ili'..
'I'hli rates an'0 alwa.L'ys. 0,onsileriin-ig tli
f.0 tI lhi t liey iii-lnilc umi0e'tls and mtatel-
-om.1im I.t-t l. iiiruh ehiplr thlan lay ri'il.


\ Irltrr tadLilrssd tIo FI. MF. Irtonnimongr.
.Ir... A -' Iiii't l I'Passnge r .Agenit kso ii-
vill. h'la.. w ill lI riiig yiou iifulll part i'il.irs.

+',or iIilio ii-nrl s Jim *lii ilHl ai' in --
Stolliil.hll and L.ivr Tunllivts. The'a
le all-e tlhli stopliil .h ul d rii'l ll.at t}lie
li\ r li i 0 0l o\\, 1ris, ,ffrlilnilg a lli-k iainl
I riani ltit i iiar*. I'F o li ll iY l i i .t-l.


,,i1i li,, ., i I s r -l I f ha it il't ill h1.-'
h ll.hr..' stall of the ,ity miiark ts.


tIh it l i ..I stII'.tsf l 4 1 i..li i-h ii t III -,. f,,r r. ii- ..l inll thi- oi. inty at thllis .ea.-,,i ,Iof
I! >\\ l ,0o1 ,h1, i n,I ,I h flor ,hihrild i tin l m I ,,f yar.r m 11. I trias wll w it II thein ll ortl
t Ilillt.. NIo ..iiil ,nii afiffor01lI t .'.- itlh .4 a i' ii'-l'. ThI y a r'e faIt int l jui.-y. ial l
. It it. lI,,r ;,l). ly aill ,lm ,ni 1- ,.
1iit iin i ,u il tli hoi I SI rl it n II r imlii tlls. If th.i
To Cure a Cold in one Dav. r. ti 1. ni' f .liinlg ittl*'- Ii,'an,.ii ;,
T" nk. la x:,tive. lh,.. ,, ) Un inn T"l' ,l .tI ,i ni,.r, l ,riti, th, ,1 ,,, ,.,,,,uhl
All *drum i-ts reflindl th*. I- nam e.i it it l il- 1
to .Iart. K. \V. irov. .'' .i itur li "ri+.- t t*'i .in iTlth 11 thi a ylilnr.t
I, (\ 11o\;: 2 ,,. K i--i ,l i, \ I lh.\ I Z#It7't*'.


M 'i THEIRI EAST COAST op FLORIDA iia
FL Is PARADES REGAINED."



FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. S


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41.


SOUTNBOND-READ DOWN.
No. 39 No. 635


In Effect June 8, 1902.


NORTIMOUND-READ UP.

MAIN LINE. I -.,-7 ,-,-


1 iailyll dailyy Daily IDa ly
e I I
S5 00p 1015 !ILv .............. Jacksonville .. ... .............Ar '" OOp, a s.0i
1 )0 p 1 '3 ai.v ..... ....... .... Jack.mon ille ......... ....Lv Si 4 a
S p 18 .. ... ......, t. Au usti e ............. ...... Op 7 0a
S3 e p 15 p .............. ... H t n s ........ .......... lip 7 5
7 00 3p 2 3 p-................. ......Ea Paltka ........ ........ 11.. ,ipl esoa ':
< 7 33p 1 tpi ....... ..... ......... Ne ......................... p a
7 5p 0 ..... ...... ... unnn lls- I- ....... ....... ... t M 6 06f
7 52 1p l15 p ......... ....... .. i p nt ........................... p 6 6-
S 819 143 .... ... ... ...... ....... lrmondp 65. 0.
8 301 152p .>Brrn ....Da..-.. .-.................. 3 : P 5- W
S28 29I l 1,. lirt....... Orange-.-....................... L p .6 l I
s -" 90019 t I l 01 ....Npw myrni ...... ..............m t- "p 4 a 55&
S .. .... 45p .O. o ........ Oak I... ......... ........... t .....
S ..... 3 21 .. ... .. alle......... ............. Pp 3
S .1... .. ... l.e i ........ ............ .....
401-. 1 ..k.. F r --.r ...... ..-.............. ..... .
-t i 33 p' ... au Gallir y ....................... t 0 ....
...... 39 .. ... M.-" uri ....................... .... ..........
SC- 19. .... seba thtii ... .............. ....
b" ^-3 .. ....6 ;13. .. t ..... .... ......... 11 .... ..
6 2 .. '. i rt l' i ... ..... .... 11W a .. -
I. 623 63 T t l nty.. ........ ..... 0 45 4 .. .
7 ..... 6 1 til .. .... t T i thbala... ... .............. is- .0 .
S ... 6 6 > .... .. Klclm e....... ........... ......... ... '10 a .....
68 5 3 1p .. Jen rtn ....... ................ 1)3 '. .. aS
7 CO o Stuart ........ ..... ..... 14a .

K ...... .l p ....... e8st I'M Beach. 8 6.a .. 8
8 3 pi Boyn mten................... ... s s a
S 9. 311p .. .... .. Ft. l auderdale.... ... ... .... 7 >a ...
.... 2 li ........ ........ Len n City ........ ...... .. a .. .
Nl303.p.r ... laiml l.v 4-7, ..
StTI'FF'ET PARI/1R CARS (.N TRAIN -., AND 7S

]BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
No. 57 No.65 No.631 No. 49 No.47 PALATKA e. 46 4No NNo. 48o. 64 No. 56
Paiily. l>aily lauly h al D y Dally I BDyANCH. Dally aily Daily lly
30 p: 6 35, si~=i3 I i 9I.I51 Lv ;5aaltka lAr 20O a 7 a 12 45 p 25 p ,, '5 p
7 50 p 6 55 1 .3 p !2 C5 p 1l 4a.Lr.a'antl .vi 6 003s a W)a 12 5 P 05 p 7 035 p
No. 57 No.45M ..s MATEO BRANCH. N N
l'.Aiy I lDaiy a8 NA lo RANHy D ily aily
7 5 p I5 10 a 1 v ... .. ......... E.. -a i alatka ......................... Ar 5 5 a t43 p
85p 5 30m Ar -- r......Mate. ...... ..Lv.i 638a 20p
No.231 No. 19i e "' t NN4.24
Saiur' Ne.21 '.i," No. 17 No. 5 MAYPORT ND. 6 No. 12 NO. 2 Ne, 22 .tur'yv
&Sun. Ili.y 'Ix:tfl h'aiiy 1)ll&y BRANDCH Eiiani 1a1y1 Dly I Daily & Su:a.
9 O5 1- 1 6, 3 Ii 0 5 o ;2i0 93 .I.v Ja.-ksonvtli.- Ar, 7 0 a 8 40 a 1 03 p7 001a p 40p
953 | i53 203 pI 9 t S Jackooulile Lv 6 & 8 32 a 2 52' Sip 9 12 IP
1 7 3a -11 6 203a,, lS 2 0 p :0 10 a8 '43bTo Hr i o a' 2
13: 35; 29 1 5 33 p 10 15 Antl Bch f AI a; 7 5 IS 15i62p 8 351
l1 71t, 5 53 1, 3 03 10 1) a Ar Ma. ;>rt I.v1 00 a 7 40 a $02' S0 p 8 23 P
[ IixiNi le :yer Pute 8is 1 lehir;g Car opprateil on trains 5 atil 2.


No. 1 8ANFORD No. 12 No. 31 No. 1 I ORANGE CITY No. 2 No. 4
ilai;y. BRANCH I rally I ,,lly | leay BRANCH P aily baa;y
-fi0 a h ... itusvila-. A -_--.i_ -C5l-) 10 Lv.. N .-my.na Arl 115 p 5 1P
711 a.v. ..... MimS .... Lv l0? p 3 3 p 11 21 a 'Lv .....Lake H,.!nt Lvl 1 i 1i p
S T% aILy .... (aste i .... l.v' t a 1 t' T i I'.Ia v.. Orange Cit tlv 121p 4 ,21
S55 a Lv .... Ente rpne ....v 1130 1 05 11i 43 a Ar Oranle Ci:y et Lv 1 15 p 4 15 p;
0) o a i ..... .S nord Lv't oi a
l These Time Tab es show the times at whl-h trains may be expected to arrive and from the several stations. but their arrival or departure at the, ties stated Is not guarant.-.d.,
nor does the Company hold itaeltresponsible fur any delay or any consequence arising the; c-
from.

Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
JllTWJi;N Ml'XIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


o' i t oliiinIIt I f of ')I sia 4o. iliity. .F'lrilI;.
hItr,10y 0ia lls; i I ID-Ii0 'rati I' PriimaIIry EIf -
tioll ill m11id f "ow :.ill 4, I lll.tt'. to IeT h ll oill
.fily v I.,-th A.A I I.. l02. iin .oillpliliic"0
\\ ith h11 r iil.ras andi l .-gilatioisis is |pr0-
,.rilI., l by th.II 4 St1atr vl \ -111iliv\ r il-
IllitItr lIt t11 .ir I II .itil' t ill tlOI it IV of
.Jlaik. ltl\ ili, o l th l iflrrlitll il;i"y ol.\lA 'il.
]!)Hlg. 1\,., Ih l la tll0 -lI\\- o I lhl tI i S 0iI.
of .'hlrisll not hli ill"y provil1 l foer tlh0
IIof ii h lI tlh II -r 'gistratit- i Ii bPooks o)il
Itll d11ia -. as ti\Orq Ily tll. Stw tI" Ih nlo I-
,r, tilit i 'vt i.lll iv | 1 ( llllllitt14 I wI it:
.I llo1 12. 1:1and 14. 194t2. th," llllil l.'-


oif the' Iilounty I)lnierl-atic IKx~eutllti
Co' lil tt0r* in tlh0ir Ivrs|Hitiv,' pr rilirts.
%w ill :1i4t as r-, istrmliti ii f toi'0r in thi prlIif -
I il'its ftm' wl i, ti thliy arii1"' i eniill'l.
lfor the pIIrpoll ..o r e i. -te rii'_L:'IIy ne;ilIill
Ipr. s ns ) s ltitlt Ill to Ir' ist"r ii1litr r thi.
V'4ill 1las iliad1. ly. tlh.- State l uiiia iratit.
I i% f.li r )1i111liiit T# ;l- ifalo r.-,l i I. 1ilI
tli. s.. ii r'.it tra iii atti '.rr hir ionin ti r
iilliir0el :iri' h.r'ieIy 0,rde re'ed tie o|eeill r's.i.-

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w. hrii e l ,h ,ri i h till l lI, lii .ei.l oif tlh,
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Thi fslla ilr' i-. ; li>t of th ittll li.-. toI
till \ 'ht.h ,t ni.i ll ii -t \\ il I i ln fir ill
>- il |i | lillo i+n r\ ;llld thi ,1ii li l ll ,i,. ilni0 ,1+r
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t.h I nit,',l Stat.' Srll.ilm lr.
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sist prinripiall.vy o 1 his ,owln ali1a .'rs.
l'iost's w irit inhigs. ai1il if thI'iyxpir-sssouinl i
inlIa wholsoa'i trMths then Mr. 1oslt
sh14ii hli not in, iiijiirl.il at their pl bli"a-
ti i ilnd ldissi ilinltilon.
If Mr. Post \% ill poilit wait anytllhing in
I hiosin-.l'lars tliat h eils l iilian iiijuistir
tie avri.t-i aill ste-11p for\\la r a i l iaid ki.
aiill i1 o i ll .\-. (Ir il I w il il lint thlii
ri'pl l illn l'reeloi11ii 1 \% ill all lw i1Y Ii;i aii.-
to4l gi, ilii h.r it.
I w ill i-tat.'il l i i itt 'rest of tiIIth
tliiit th i r il iii.rs Iref .l'rri'l t s iii l t -ll li
(i;o lill. \\ -ir t onli ly to tlh% inti-tt..
a nlit Il in iiilliu who .o .iv0nd at
4*reaet, inl. M.a1 ali1 not florh llo pur-
po, "lprj ililivill '" illt Ito lilight. n
iliste ;il. ii Ihii i that w iilihl I.- of ilal-
lpoltallie th1 l'-.l ipl0 o this Stillat- tllta
o. tiiltry \\ li. r.\ri r Il' ra i'di im hlias I -'i
.iri lliatell. lB *ob .


JOS. OSBORNI

Sanitary Plumbing

Gasfittng

Ste'.-.1ni til Ho1It Vaiter iHeath
--tiiii!,s .'ilrnii.sh0 Wor\ k Goal"
Ir. o. It,.o 2L .', i
Ili 1c r ait I'- lo ':rll IIotel. Shop ia
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WHISKEYllo
.M,'iion this palr ainl send nd
Price List.
Winston Dis. Co
Winstoii. N.I'.
I.olvt-st 'Pric, Whiskey Houe.


Legal Notices.


An Ordinance to SRte late GUbe
Acceptance of Private Ways
by Vhe City of Daytona.
It 1 rlll I IIIll l. ll4 h lpir > 1 II.> -11 1114."l 1
l % l 1 t 1ll ; :
T h il }i.li r il li14 1 10 i lr I lllNy, h I1-,l y.
S I :Io 1 Ili, ;i > 1 il -,l1 li I h 1 I ir'l ii i i.1 iniii |1ii:1v
l lie>ri-h l:i,'- i 'l-, -' lhirl, 0se eo a iret ri i I
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Notice.
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llDaytona Steaml |
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First Class Work
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e LAUNDRY .

'Phone 8


Losley Q
Titus


S. H. Gove,
.A\i;e;inr. I.ii.l:It ANI COTDON
lIsiednic anl Pli uea. lnortlluheast a
Itihlewood and Volusia av
'I'hoII sit. Daytona,


Ocean House,


SSIuP-vial to it,.gilar lBoanle's
N EW XVS.MYlNA. FLORI.



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sent treoLO~e. t ifm asamr ry ne
Patients take, tb=ro,*b MURR ArLn
.pecka mnotce, without C in.. th

A 1- 1 eekly. Ta
:,,.t'd byafll V=
MUNN &.~sus.g
BraLC~hOffice ta F ML. Wasbtntoma. I


POOL s .e Bingham & Maley,

& BILLIARD Furniture

ROOMS. ,<
Undertalni


II .1 I .u1iI. *'- r vt l ;*I |at all hi ,ii r
SP, .ir -I \ a. >t.r-i;| l \It


Paints and Oils



New line of Wu

Baskets and Hanmp



Indurated Wates


Coolers,


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Gramling Bakery


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Liver Pills

"hat's what you need; some-
*thing to cure your bilious-
ness and give you a gpod
digestion. Aycr's Pills arc


Al Refrigcrators




Daytona Telephol

Company


INDEPENDENT


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BETTER COUUECMI1S. a'< ^ |in

Mr. C. IL Walker is in receipt of a inmnr iu -U :
communicationn from J. D. Rahnm r, Undsr a i ov e"a" C. C. Poot,
asiptant general pasenger agent of says is Fredom of J0 18th:l
the East Coast to the effet that the .. fAinot F w* t an ugrey d w It -
whedule of his road ha ien so mniod- fore the Federal Grad Jur wy h the
itied that connections will hereafter be purpose of inditing us. And aO la -as
nade at Orange City Junction with before, circulars. manifestly desigmld to
Plant System tiain No. 78 and at p rejudie the public and, through it the
New Smyrna Junction with the East iraind Jurors, have been sent out from
CoIast main line for Daytonv0nd all our neighboring postotnlk ofG oodall."
points North. This will enable our AMr. Post proeedis to say that what
people to go to Daytona and Sea- r clothes are rubbed out than worn out. they wish to know. what they have a
breeze direct without lay over by T right to know. and what the public will
leaving here on No. 7M. Mr. Walker, U Sliideian to knois who is reponsible
has been in correspondence over the will are your back andsave your clothes. Better for this "|'.rntioIi." and who is pay-
and far more economica.1 tan soap and otier
matter for sonie weeks and is to Washin Powders. an her ing the bills.
congratulatedl upon lissuecess.-.Saiford. M only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Tlie writer ican say for the ienlighten-
Chronicle. Chiciao. New York. Boston. St. Louis. ns nt 1of Mr. 'Vost and flor the- Ielietit It
Makers ot OVAL FAIRY SOAP. the public, that the' bill s o far incurred


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PLUMBING, GAS FI
am HOi* WATER HEKA
MWcATo IN WaB MAROSNK
'Phone 87. 7


JAMESF AI



Formerly of New York (l

Very -Best Expe
onail kind of

Santary PlumM
Direct aed Indirect,
IIOT WATER and TEAM HI


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Ammousmment ewds for oe m under
this head will be har e d for at the uni-
fonn rate of $5 with the exception of
candidate for county commissioner and
school board, for which P$ will techarg-
ed. the amount it all casesto accompany
the order for iwmtion of the card.

MtRTMU LMSMLATURE.
I heemwith offer niyrelf as a candidate
for reeltction to the Legislature. aub-
eet to the action of the ele'turs in the
coming primaries. C. L. MITrH.


I respectfully announce to the Demo-
crate of Volusa county nmy candidacy
for the Legislature, subject to the action
of the lDmocraticprimary July 15, and
ask for the support of my Democratic
friends. If nominated and re-elected I
shall se my best efortl to advance and
protert every interest of the people of
Toluida county.
THOMASJ. SPARKMAN.

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Diemocrati Voters of Volusia t'o.:
I hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for re-eletion to the office of Tax
Aweemor of Volumia County, at the Deli-
ocratic primaries to be held on July 15.,
and repectfully solicit your support.
SAM'L B. %ILMON.

FOR cUmTY TREASUtER.
I wepectfully announce myself a van-
didate for rn-election to the office iof
County Tealsurer of olunia County at
the coming primaries and wolit-it their
support of my friends and Iternmnrats.
J. J. 'tlNZANT.
FOR STATE SENATOR.
I hereby announce myv andidlary for
State Senator for this district, subject
to the action of the Democratic prim-
Wrim. I solicit thie support of all
Democrats. F. W. SAMs.

FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
I hereby announce ny caandiday for
re-election to the office of Countv Tax
Collector, submitting my claims to the
primary election of July 15thl nxt. I
have edvored to discharge my duty
to the people, and promise faithful swr-
vke in the future if again honored by :ny
fllow Democrats. I). I'. SMITH.

F COUNTY COInMLSSIONER.
I repectfully announce myself a <-andi-
date for reelection to the office of (ount v
Commissioner for the 3rd Dist. of V olusia,
County, subject to the action of tlhe
Democratic primaries to lIe hlhl
July 15th. My six years exp;e-rien.i e'
as county commissioner gives m n a fair
knowledge of the duties of the office and
if nominated and elected I will endoavior
to serve the tax payers to tlhe bet of amy
ability. W. H. .Mh.tciIR':.

I hern-ey announ*e ny candidacy for
e-election a#4 County C(on nisioner from
the Fifth District of Volutiia l county, anti
nolicit the support of all lknlmw-rits inl
the coming primary. T.J. AllMiAV.


I thank the voters of Volusia countyy
for the support given ni for 'County'
Commimioner from tlie Fourthi
District, and herely announce mnywlf as
candidate for re-election Hiiubject to tli.
action of the Democratic primary to loe
held July 15th. T. L. RlloiMs:ts.

I respectfully announce iayself i t .in-
didate for re-election to the otffie of
County Commissioner for the Secondl
District of Volusia County. subject to
the action of the Democratic lprimiiaries
to be held July 15th, and if nomiinat1lt
ad elected I will endeavor to serve the
tax payers to the best of my ability.
FRANK E. IklMi.

I hereby announce myself candidate for
County Commissioner from District No. 1.
Vol.i. County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary to lie held July
15, and promise if elected to serve tihe
taxpayers to the best of my ability.
R. It. Ii.itOk:I.

Fo'rter i d Bee do Pulca lestrctie..
I hereby announ nimyself i c-andid.iate
for member fo the Board otf 'iil.li-
Instruction of olusia noulinty. to in'-
eed myself, ubljet to th li>i-tiii ilenocratitcprimarieJuly l.. ind ;isk
the support of all DeinMa'rats.
E. F. KNArPi:.

FOIR RAILROAD COntISSIONER.
recognizing fully ttle rights of tIlie
fanrmes and producers to niore cot.nsidter-
ation at the hands of the Florida Rail-
road commission. I solicit the su wpport
of all Democratst who llilppiriv- olf tlit
declaration of plri-ileis as set fi rtii i i
my platform. C'opies iif lmy |jLilhtii'mi
sent to ano-ll' b"y iddrinl, int.- ;iI
West Ialnm Ike.'ali. Fhi.
K. Il rstir.N ititsat.


Daytona Ice Co.f
P u. 'ek ICE. Miing>r.







PURE ICE


Made from Ihsilled Water.


Factory aopie frtim 7 toI 12 i Snd, -.








Volutms Aw-ea. and Railroad.

N. ERICKSON


Cabet WorMaker

Wood Worker


and


Doom and Window Sc'reens. Pictuir,


The Doe and the jarkdaw." Glaw the Limit.
In avernake forest I once witnessed A drummer named Peek put up at a
a very pretty little ee:'ea. I noticed a hotel in Oklahoma. the landlord of
doe lying down by hers.'lf i:a a grassy which was the president of the school
hollow, and as I pas:elt her at a dis- board. The landlord, who was a Jolly.
tance of about fifty ..:inds it struck me whole souled fellow. suggested that
as singular that slit Li i.t her head so they visit the schools, the president of
low down that I could only see the top the board first putting on a long tailed
of It on a level v. ilh L..,r I, :. i.ail coat. saying:
Ing round to ;at a I ttttr ri'hlt. I saw "She adds dignity. an' then she hides
a jackdaw t !:.:,iig e o,. tih turf before iny gun. which are a bad example
her, very bus.:ly 'cliia;: ":: :r ft.ce. 'afore the'in children. I don't approve
With my glass wa. a',.L, to "'::t-h Ler of anybody under fourteen carrying' a
movements \erv ch.sly l o, i .-ked gun."
round her ey( s. thin h,r I..t::'i!s. her After returning to the hotel from the
throat and i at :,;it (y :r f 1her visit of inspection the president of the
face. anid. j.ust ;s a mi.,i when Iein- board, now transferred into a land-
shaved t::rs his f..c this way aotl lord. said:
that uInI',r the v' I;; -, ,;u'i!ig toi(h orf "Peck. you're a good feller. You
the barber's t:i;- ir ;.!nIl lfts lp his ain't going' to let your light be hid un-
chin to alhlo'v tilt razor to |I:i s l,:n-iath der a bushel. Peck?"
It. so did the doe riset atid lower and "No, I ain't." said Mr. Peck, rather
turn hl-r fatce ai.out to etnmahill thl. bird dubious as to the complement.
to eaminie an::l r-.: h very part with "'ell, I te I you what 1'mi goln' to
his bill. FIinilly lithe daw left the face do fer you. Beln' as you're a good fel.
and. ioivii;; roulin. juinil'wd o'l the ler. I'm a-goin' to have clean sheets put
deer's sh;.uhlders andt! I 'a;lln an 1:inute put on your bed. dad me if I ain't"'
s;:rivh ill tl it p:l rt. 1!iaving ltiislied
this, hIe j'.::.::;d o to lto heiald ;llt A" Lkward.
p;'tketl at the for'thli,:.ld .:tl round the Mrs. Norton came home from a call
b-s,;s 4-f 1', ..:rs. The p 'eking done, one day in such i disturbed condition
he rt-eiin. il ft"r solit, st..'cii'"' sitting that it was evident tears were not far
tperfectiy till. lu'ooklitui ry |i>r.ity with in the background. She lost no time in
thile grai. ."il it 1 h:,..l't: 1 r at at: ill, til, beginning her t'xlilaiiation.
doe's long cairs thiiu.t t'nt nii either "John." she said to her husband, "I
side of himi. I.itI's :il .M; 11 a.n, so niortilited I don't know what to
do."
tinty',. tint (ard-, tnlq. "Wa'lat is the matter, my dear'" asked
Dr. E. l. t*,,tl.ituies 4 to ln.ler's Mr. Norton.
Jahirbut-h t:it.nt ::.Ni son, inter- "I have Just been calling on Mrs.
estinli olbs.,sls o, "Ilit g:, rdtens" P'evwill. You know her husband, Ma-
in the A iiazonl r'.;ioni. where tI li.y Jar I' -,verill'"
abound oii : I llnt II;In!.|I r of goi dy ..Y ... l
Pl:tsT. "4'Ty, ;' e rliy l "iWei n \Vell, I have just learned today, to
form waln aloll.t thlei s.ize. ofa v v:ilil. my horror, that 'iniajor' isn't his title
The 1. ,irv i*4 l t vi lhy sv...r;l .SlI...h,.S of'
ant. whicarle p ii t ol' i' t lhie4 ls mI at all. 'Maj ior' is his tirst nliioe."
~~~~~~"Vyant. I.hi tollt.t ,t s s i..rtaiiilV,. i've always known
ofthem in t. ,.t' :s. clvlrini 1l to eow that. VWhat is there so mortifying
theni in tL!',. c-: tcovteriii p linge1 about it
seedlings vih l,:,:inus lhen tlhey Ie-iin "Nothing." said rs. Norton, with a
to germniln:,h.. In l uh structure of these grotan. "only that I've been calling him
"art eliliytc:"i'ltt w foliage aicd these majoro' every tlie I've met him for
rootsclally dspl liii for te .ithation i the last six months'--Loudon An-
cially adiaip t liiii for flit sittiatioin I j wers.
which they grow ;1111d lirtll:(ote also tile
protection of tlhea< sits t litimselves in The *c*ry" of SeIL.
their nest. Quite :a nuili!her of the One of the most peculiar features
epiphytes were found is 1 deniizens (of aonIt mnianufacturtd silk is the rustling
the ant gardens nrid nowliwhr re ef.e. .,,,,i i-.,,, i;. i .. i


The BI iteRut Not tith Best.
A New York deii'rr 1ho ihas lhin-
died shiplo:idst of fruit s :1i7 rec'itIly:
"It is often l iulllsii. io t'see iiii. Vwol-
en and children pictki: oul, it.s they li
lieve, the 'choic'st friiit at t li r 111.oet l
rtanids. If there iare i !; lf i ia tp,,ii
large have then. even if it is it-'c-ss :;ll to
overturn all the rest in tle Ibox or lI:ir
rel, a;nd this is true with inos! :ill varieties that aret soldl Iby h it,- 'ic.i' <4
dozen. They in\vari;ally et hIe itoi -ist
specimens of the whole cro|lp iand yet
are not aware of it. Very rarely you
will ti!d a person who is :i ioitl jaul'.t
who will :it o.iwe size lp t lle li';ihiest
oraingtes. tleiiins or bnllniiiis. re'gardle';s
of size, and they c.ipture the tlioicstt
fruit."


Why Two Earn Are Neremsnr y.
. Found travels Iby wates raildiitin;
from a central p it of ilsiurltaii-e. i
just as waves radiate wheli a stone is
dropped into still water. So far as thIe
hearing of each individual is concerned
these waves move in a direct line fromii
the cause of the sound to his etart, th
impact L'inig l-e greatest iii the ear
nearest to the .-our'e. Thls I-ing thli
case. a person who hns totally losI tlih
sense of hearing i:a one ear. ailthoitlIi
he may imagine that theli defect is of
little consequence, cannot locaite the di-
rection of a round to save his life. -via
when the center of disturbanet is tillite
near him. i


A Literary Liht.
A short time ago a well known writ-
er of London, remtielubering that he had
never read the noncanonical books,
went out in search of a copy anid in
one bookshop after another drew,
blank. At last he %,went to his owvn plar-
ticular newspaper slit'p. ihicth :also
dealt in Itibles anid liLlht lilt ratul'.
"HaIve you tIhe .AptI-ryplhi." li :sktd. '
For a Imoiti:t tlie youling i woman lie-
hind the coliter was Ipuzzled: tlihn. '
brightenig, sll said. "Is it a weekly
or a wontily?"
wVhen the :E'ye Stick.
Inflanmnation tif tle conjunctiva,. or
membrane which sl idhids tli frolit of
the eyeliall from tlie air aid t:ikes tlhe
rubl of tli,- eytli!s., is iitiu-atd lby lth
gliud state oif the c ys- in lie miorniinli
andti inore tespc i:il i l hy Iy t ir I>, oitlshiot
il color ans d wi-iA linA l ;i'boit in ll:re;.t ir-
i tiularity, will noI discernilble order or
plan.
Woornm .
Shiopkeeper (to s iaill c(hiil. who lias
brought back t a ri-int purii li:isei -
What's thlie iatllter I ith tie t'cheett
my dear?
Sianill Child l' ;ise. fi:!her s:iy 1
when lihe wants any hait for tishiiiia lhe
can dig 'eain up ill our back gardeii.--
L.ondon King.
What "'Port Your Ileim" leans.
In this country the helm is put to the
port side of the ship (or left hand itid<
looking forward lt thle order. "I'it
your helm"' The rudder otf course goit-
to starboard. and lthe ship's head moves
to starboard. This is the rule of most
nations, but in Sweden the reverse is
the rule.


The Girl From the Scientific School.
"Our daughter has at last met her
fate. my dear."
"How do you know'."
"She received several letters froiu:
her admirers this inortling. but his wa;::
the only one she didn't fumigate alil
sterilize."
In the Tyrolean parishes of Mieminia
and Itietz the i members of nearly ct\ ry
l.ousehol d are eni"aled l the makk'ni.


of rosaries Iby striigingi beads together

The WaIlk-in-lhe-Watehr, the first
stea nl at on Lake Erie., i ide her tirst
trip from Flat Itock to Detroit in Au-
gust, 1SIS. leaving on Suulday and ar-
riving on Thuisday.

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tl i h r e i -d I ii I l ti.-;i,- il,
yoiur sti s il h is i l i nl l ,1i. ,iiliri, i :i l
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u i .llllloll S-l .lilin. Ill
the silk trade they call it the "cry" or
Sometimes the "stcrool." Of all textiles
silk is the only material which Ipos-
sesses it.
As hear'id especially when silk is subjected
to friction. \\'hat is not so generally
kno(\ni is that tlh- ilquality is found ill,
silk yarn before it is woven. A skein
of silk. unless it liwss I tin so treated as
to kill this piroll.rt.it it it. will when
Ol'i nd Ipll emit l; nitise slightly.
When thte skein i., iitn-zed in the
blind, hle solill leicoies quite nudible.


Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
We arc 'w ll equi p' d fir ",Stra r;i\\ l'ilI.. i l' lii st turnouts in the tcity.
'Bues nlwett all tra ill ii tk ;l --4iiir t a y part o(f tlhe city.
Trunks delivered lironitly. St ail hl.K. t Telephone 27
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DAYTONA TRANSFERK CO.
I'ELLEf'IEIf & RIX. I'roprietors.


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*:i k l lr i in.l .-ondl H
W GlleJr & Leading ,leai st. ,,al lt.lle
: I I UI Druggists .
S: DAYT
STIhe lilagest ;l111 i M 'l illlijll'ti, Stck D V
of D rau s ill t;.1 tam.ia I'rl.-- riptiI s ll i n- i i
]HOuintll by lRegisti'rl rI 'litirniacist only. O
aa Moulding,

%: Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0 i Work and
* T Y I t l'IT INI'E T l ;ll lt\ I.S\11-2--..rnitsal Ittl-. 1
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* Beach Street. 49 P WP% 'F DAYTONA. LORIODA*
:.............................. a.. *FO UN


BOND & BOND CO., H) s i .,li.t, ut.k t,.....
(INml ll i{.\Tl-i)) I .U;S FOR PRE
--M .\fN FI'T Ir Rs I-F-- I

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Perfume;

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling. ilt..i. M. .iJONEs. prlpr
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock. hours; Ittlie hi
'Phone 83
Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager ITrowell',


"SAN MAT[O"
It's all Florida.


The Nation's
Best Cigar.


^A^C UPHOLSTERER &d '
MANUFACTURER of HIGH GRAM

san Fiter M mattrs c.
and INiriture and Stores.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good
v iewv Ave.


ONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. I)ILLINII.\( AM, Proprietor.
McClellaan Edwards, Mamag~em.

Scroll Sawing, Tu iug,
7 V-^ <'lonialfolumns, PurehColu-
Wood Yardl i'sull.adeto Order. ''
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FAIN CITY PHARI1ACY.
NorriU II Il':.1'H STREET


>('RIPT'IONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
COMIiS AND TOILET SOAPS.
ry and Fancy Toijt Articles.


ietor. can lwe consulted professionally during bulamim
irs Stunildays, It:0) to 10:30 a. in.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.


S Express_ Baggage Line #

. IF. TI110WEI.L. l'rol rietor.
*


Ofic hi- iilt'I Ihe 113114'Da te arls'- Im s Ill.


Telephone 93


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


T he -" is 'o l l a;,,' veryF hesir- 1 1 "t 1"' If 11"- 1 ". ;i 1 11 1t1it1.,' I h I I hli Ii a .1 t ;il ;. a i x\ v t reric '"."
alie iiquality in silk. Iveirs try to velopi it :s ituch i s possible. I ................... MAIL TO A ADD E


I neXptiet"I d.ptjaplaus.'.
ShortlI 3after'i" r. W'llson lthrrett
j1oinei(d t(l tl'hthtri-A;l jprofe'ssion hei lie-
c mtine :1a InqIlil r" oitl ;i m aili yii Y liperforll-
ing at lhe hi The.titthe 1o1iyal. Dublil. H A
His palrt. liatura:lly, wa':s 1 1 sni'all Oui,
iilnd. greatly toh t-i i,,.r rise, his first
speehlh was gre.ted.l '.itl a round of
applause. lThis in' .!,' for tribute
related tlih yotuIl ;i< ,a .., :1inld he exerted
hinselSIf to sus;aii i Ih* I :.1 h iln'iression
he appeared to h:.\> :..;i.lt. Just as lihe
was leaving thlie tl:iter oine of tlil
scene shifters gri:ini;i..ly accosted hilm
aniid said. "Sure, it's got ailttut aiioni
the ltioys that ye're a rothe Irli of the
wan that was huig'" A I'eiianii named
;rrentt h that ofI li paid the d.ex- t F E
treme iM-nalty of the law. F INE


An Absurd Custom In Vienna.
In Vienna every man's home is his
dungeon from 10 p. mn. to G a. in. Vienna
is a city of flats, and at 10 p. m. the
onion ol eCtr:ance door of each block is
closed and bolted. Thereafter Iprsons
passillng illn o out nuislt 1pay a tinle off
ltwopenclile to' the ci(tiierg'e until mid-
iight aind fourpt-lelii froi that hour toi
t; a. in. 1To igo out to post a letter costs
twNtpenlt.e iad tlihe s:lit amountltilit to re-
turn. To lproloii; a visit to a friend
after it p. 111. ile'ansl twopllence to) get
out o(if his lioise and twollene more to
enter your own. A natural result of
this irritating tax is that of all capital
cities Vitiina is earliest to bed.

Spring Film Feelings.
IIettie- Now thlat you have broken
your eii-agi 'eii'int \\ ith Fred. shall vou
return to himii the diamond riniig he
g:a.%, \itiu?
Min;I t'ertaih*ly not. Ihettie. It
would ie ciruel to i\le himi a1 thin
that ,tiill I.t a t-oisnt:ilit reminlder of
lito hi;;[ jiivss h,- hiit missed. I-ostont
Tra u.aa.iiot.


Somnanniul am..
I wiopI1 l r-ollis are I41ore'1 apt to I0.
somaiii uii li.ist th;:l d|ilrk folk, aind in
col climtii;is there is more soninalli-
bullisn t li:i in w:iri onesil. In certain
(i'retl.ind \ illa'g:es tlie huit doors are
ltck'kt:l frolm \ without I.3 a1 \V :itc-liialn in
ordrl that thli'-' w3 ithil In may not 4co-nle
frqllti i their sleep lild iimaylibe freeze
to death.
The Canalboat.
"Tlhoe ciptain i ;i3s leadillg the horse
and his liutii t-ii;iut \\;is :it the riddhhe ."
said a la;i\'yer il I n ll a 'lisli court re-
ceniitly. dhs voyage of :1 ni. lli:>l ut,;il.
"\\'lire w t- he 4- r-\\ iinquired the
Ju.-d,.


fldIIdl Mixed Metaphor.
I.onlod is 1.1U1 II *lu l-i t hi fol ,1 ow1 li!
ret lii I !l;i;iitt txowttilium on tlit part
of an ln.-lisi 1 til ii:ii; "\Ve shall
i, \er rist Iintil \\3e s.- t e It' .ritishI lion
w\-iaikin h;ia in hinIAl v.itlh thle tflood-
gatI: es of ditt:.,'r:,'3." St. J.naies Ga-

If y ia have diannhont.. 1-e tliatnkfil,
Ibut don't hi >l tlhrll l!up tl the eyes of
pito<' Sty in a sItr'ett -i'.- S--Anhi' ol aster.



tis signature is on every box of tbe genunlM
Laxative Bromno-Quinie Tabl
the remeid-y that curs* me a s -m- 0 1


The Wile.
"Suplpose I were an absolutelyy per-
f-t ....- -- .1,.-.--I 0--h-....~


S. W. ROWLEY, SAN MIAIDA.


LIFAX WAGON H ORKS
1. 1. (GODWIN, Proprietor


WAGONS


Piano Moving a Specialty.

~~~~~*""""" """""i


It is a Fact


CARRIAGES.


Horse-Shoeing:,,,


N'';ii- Vit411,1I ia't"- ai


k 1i.% 1 I lI ci1. I:i1.


BUNNELL'S

Saw and Planng Mills



ROUGH AND DRESSFDT PINE


LUMBER


ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.


WE MEET' ALL COMPETITION.




Hammocks


Refrigerators

Gasoline 5t es

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities. A Full Line at


NIV E RS'




C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY



Fresh Fresh

S" 'I \. ( \ i, ,*| ,
ai


D. F. MORRISON


Longe's Old Stand.


'Phone 19.


* Corner Beach Street and Second Avenue.
* 000000000000000000000000 *"00000 O--e-e-----*- -e


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

- Steam and Hot ;

Water Heating. a


Agent for the

Engine. North


Erics.son

h Ridgewood


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.
I liii'ii. i'i
.M "i ,,JIi .\\',- .m ,l I 1l 3 I ,\V.-!., ,, ,i^ ,,-t.,tn i,-..)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.



HOTEL MELVIN
I* i s I. ii l ; |


Centrally Located. ai,
THE GAZETTE-NEWS WILL BE Moderate Rates. G. M. EATON,

SENT ON TRL/IAL FROM NOW UN- Strictly First Class. Manager
~~~~~~~ *' !2Iif":*;'* '* Fe***'-ft'.t^ -. t ^ .^ -_ _


'bilesmm ram.
n own.Bt sm



t.t
Von TREEmadn0


It NN I I. I ve t lie fi liest ISS4 ort ment of
ill the vitY. Prives are right.


I


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At'-,


* gm at~5 eo Letter Mlamms.
An y- in the habit of perusing old OCEAN TEAMS -IP CO*
M a Is truck with the tone of great
it and deference which per "Savannah Line."
R& the corespondence of our ances-
ItM FAST FREIGHT AND LUXURIOUS PASSENGER ROUTE TO
A ciw pecmen of the style of be-, th Eas
*Ia and ending letters may prov New York. Boston and the East
IUd a a In striking ntraot to *
e.lacoe yours obdiently.." "fith s..
tlly" or -truly" of t0he ri4.ent day (,
It Would certainly be ,litti',lt to i,,h iiitt'' o-h',,
the following subscriptii-n ,i, l- t '1 2 -t-
from the Duke of Slhr, i ir\ .i-I .:-
Ithemas Hanmer. datil' s. .
17hI: leI desire that yu -ii I :" .

deavor to deserve ailnd 1\ I. Iti .
your friendship. l t itg. \' :.i -, :,.
e ateem, sir, your ittozt f.!i;tifl .til,,,
dent servant, hrv- 1 i.
Frequently onte Iietjj s lh I.A. toI I;,,-o _
sibscriptions, a- iii ih .... Ii
Earlsof iHuntly aili im l'.r, ,. --_
15W threatened "*'lA fl e-,l-. ,l "
to the magistrates of! Ae'd, ,.I;:.--
they released certain llhitv1i; .t ,


prisoned in their city and i1.-iii,,,. .
"Yours as ye will. either ire- lir or weir."


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah


A Rattled Brdaeeroom. THENCE via Palatial
A young couple were ii-arri nl .11 I' in fr
elon Falla, and a niniueri of ili-ir Sailings frol
friends and relatives asse.iled' :i t "Ie TiEE SHIPS
railway station to see thetin off on tliir hH
he--yoon. Old slippers :and rice< wNr *T
sbail ted on the ha illy pair li '. "',, \a-. \ 'h i. i i"-' .'l ','in',"
bearded the train. 1llhen they got coin |,i,.. \i, .r:' "-*' ti'"Il wit
itabhly seated In thi, car, tlil' groili ,,,.1:11 i'., .' ... th e.' i- tlill",. 5t;
usentd a boot in the aisle. an liln. lhirk- \ k ..1 IVAgnt
1W It was one that had bieni thrn'l V..\ I.I I I I .i l .ig.
late the car by some of his j..'\i:l I' I I \ .l:ii'2''i.
fieils threw the loot out of tihe' wii, \' I'i.1 7.' .Ni' -Ill it
ow as the train was moving. It bai .1. WV WIlKIlNS, N.
powd that the boot belonged to a w'll
asr Toronto commercial traveler
who had removed his boots to ea-se hlis
wary feet. On the arrival of the Irtin l
at Ladwmy the bridegroom was .'tf Richmond Wash
Pipeled to purchase a new pair of Io#ots Philadelphia Besto
G the dr mmer.-Toronto Ghe...
Asheville -* Chatt
A Pointed sule.elion. Cincinnati St. L"
A you married lady is often criti- Detroit Clove
d~ by her friends Iecause of the Chica
oendoms with which she accetpts little
sttetiona from friends of the other

At a recent gathering which she at-
taned she drew from her pocket her
lace handkerchief, In which a knot had
hbea tied in order to call to her mind
saen trivial duty. U I L
"Dear me," said the popular young
imtried lady to several gallants about ROUTE OF THE CEI
her, "*why i that knot in my handker-
chtf? I tied it there to remind me of The Southern'
mmethlnt. What could it be?"
My child," said an old lady who The W ashington
ebheard her and who is noted for the Florida
erM wittiness of her repartee, "it was Florida
VIubably tied In order to remind you The New York an
that you are married."
Swindle" Again.
"Akh" exclaimed Mrs. Oldcastle as The Chicago and
S tsk a book from the table in theThe Flori
ngulic lent library of the new ueigh- The Floric
-has, "band laid paper, isn't it ?f" M THE NORF
"Is It?" her hostess asked, looking at
it dlubtfrlly. "I told Josiah when I
I Mht them books that that's one of Pullman Sleeping Car Line
th set of that he was pain' a whole Asheville, through "The Land of
at too much. I'm glad it wasn't inie. Through trains via The Sot
It rd oe went and give such a price for connection with the Plant System
inmething that was hand laid. I'd nev- Pullman Sleeping Cars and I
Or hear the last of it from him. i.ut trains.
he wouldn't believe it when I told him
he was cheated, because I seen the Ask for Tickets via Southera Rai
arm set with nearly three times more
Mt an the bindin's for a lower price. H. F. CAR-i, Pa. A I
tao a awful headstrong in some | H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pas. Agt, 1
.ay'--Chl afgo Reaord-lerald. S. Hn. I-oDYICK
.Waya."-Chicago Record-Herald. S. H. HARDWICK,`
Masiaa of Authors. General Pasenger Agent,
In a recent article on the '"Mania of Waihington.,J.
Authors" In the Revue Universelle of J*al r is 15. 1902.
Paris we are told that Darwin always
practiced on his old fiddle before writ-
Iag; Chateaubriand while dictating to
11 secretary was in the habit of w.alk. *.1 li Il.--on i i.i :1. it t.i, k o h.ooi.
1g In his balrefeet; Schiller and Goethe ilig i.uaih *14 s .- ilir,.;it,.f.i.,I with
Culd not write unless their feet were I' llitaliiiii : 1f i I, il lM-i hiiili ln I an Iee; Lord Derby always filled his R i4.1 1'. i %\ .i,',li 'i .r lh
oN th with brandy cherries; Fenimnore I. tl ,i ,I .' -1' .1 "- II ..I 'lii' i '
Casp i uaed to chew gumdrops; Byron .eliltn \\1i.- l'-ah.l. I|air IIa lli\.n. \Vi-l
Slkd1 his pockets with truffles; The- I',r-ill. I nil .Iruii.ri-.'
h Gile Gautler burned incense.
W oes of time Collecto.r.
A Am Itmmuatia M1Ilve. "Did you le-t ainytlhin, out of iher."'
He was a German student, and this a ked the busiiin.s iiai;inager ti the eol-
Was the letter he addressed to his un- l4,+.tr.
i It'|'t iiil Ii! ill tii *i 0 J iI **r l hi i lll i.


Dasr Uncl- A very strange thing hap-
pA yesterday. I went to see a friend
4C Bam at the bank who knows your
hiaswttawi very well. and he thought
yo WeM Ill. a I had not lately pres.-ntd
ay Ched aligned by you. He begs to bhi
rabered to you, an also do I. and you
M/it lt may friend see your *ignaturu
*alI. If you are very busy. you might
ain a blank check, and I will fill it in.
Tyams affetieastely. KARL.
Of Scott.
8ett believed that "Waverley" was
k biet novel and "The Lady of the
Lak hi besat poem. lie aud the Bal-
etyame had more than one lively dis-
Cgon on the subject, but be would
eer admit a change of opinion. lie
kaw "The Lady of the Lake" by hel:rt
sad eace repeated the whole to prove
the teLt-Literary Life.
A Rllo h Ride.
Physician (at hospital,-I thought
y merely had the measles?
Patient-Well, Isn't that enough?
Phylcian-Yes, but you are covered
with br from head to foot. lnow
4 you account for that?
Patient-Oh, they brought me herc
tI an ambulance.--Chicago News.
e w Noble Deed.
"No wonder he loves her: Didn't she:
savehis life?"
"Mercy! How?"
"Why, he said If she didn't nccept
him he'd go and kill himself, and she
tookhim."'-Philadelphia Bulletin.
Sure Teat.
Shel-Tbey held a mirror over her
Wce to nee if she was alive. I don't
a"mi" that


S-1 she ti' wouldn't toe afraid to) trust
uw '.withj the ri~i-eY if she. 4had it.'--
New .'York 'Times.
hunmauNa~ture.
TIhle se'lrmnut 41 f thle be-st preat.'lir inl
thle w' 'nIel '.'willInot nia L..' as niue'h ili]-
pr.".simitnupc iii:1eolliacgratioat Its thle
miudent p11t terilg te it' au(in onthe wIli-I-
lt'''yaiii'- of It Church ('olitaitliig 21)4







I. Iml i It ''.a-



it Iifi I II t .h r '4 Im ti~i! r iit .0 e

lia 11s d~~-. T Iti 1.~l514.1-1the 1I#4il


G'doqMm er eyes and "o.k in it. II.~s...l4'i~ I i.. ~ '''



NGO%%* pains, rheuniatisli.ITI. 11111:i2 1.-t.. sul' 3,- uI.

to ted nt r'th e bl o od ,lit sn :14

boyand effect .sonve wu)ndeT'*-


l Express Steamships
m Savannah

EVERY WiEK
\\ith I \N.\\ Y.rk-lBistuon hII, s ior So IInI
Ili iiI 'lithl sI i lal iiit.g -l il < Wr-s'l. it' for
-it, i 1n rr- . 4 W -it I;i St i k;i k ilvill''. I la.
E.T 1. II\l l.TtON. I.' A I'. .%.
iv r. N.-\ Yoi k N. Y 3- 1 i-1-ii2
.\Agrlit. Hallnylll. I'hla.


Al.'Ph i un 4'l. 1 : 4 c1s.11;111 eel ioiI ltIII~

t illu 1.4 I 1 1it.41 iilIIl,1 ")lt ;,%-In'.' og l
.1ltI tel,a' 11;1%i' 4-3 o 11',t 041 the I(',l~artta'

.A!.llieillit No. ,ir'.

.1111i1L:4. lavv Pm '4411l''id the history of
the' 1Utjilcl SlIlhe',',

*iudgt' No'! Wc1i.l mht ha'.e yoJa
n -:141!.,
Apllet4:i lit-(i i have,'re-d hair uon 11W
hetad. %'.4 tIitir r. 4'


Too IteKiular.
or tiin yr':I'." said the linew' par
taker :it :I hoinrdingl Iouse. my haIbits
\'r< ;is r'eLu;Ir ;iis 'l iNkwork. I rost:
II on ti' -s Itro 'ke' f i;. Ill:lt i at hour lattrI
I sat down tlo breil'ikfast. At 7 1 was l
ait \\ 'rk l. d Mii'd Ill 1'. :ite siiu r at L i
and %%as in bed it I: i. I utu only

I ':ir n'II*' skill tlihe d'eioonu in symi-
pathli'tc tine's. "'And \\ liat 'ere you in
for?"
Ani awful silence ensued.- Kansas
('ity Iindeleenldetit.


What E than Alilen Said.

Aei :40 1, ,411 ts ll tI2 l' lisrt:I 41 341,i't211
141I lIt.lt %,(1 t t.1'o iigt A l.t' I titdilIlt-li'-l I

t''l-1.1 l'4"., II; e siltotm. ItsIi'.!, Ili-d i'% '4111 43?


IThe sr.oungiod r*Ili Ile'. a i 4o



It It1. 1'


The Modern Method.
"I ;:1i. writilig a .-t.ry of ;a strungling
in' ieNi r.'
"It w'.--ii't do." I s.t\t.e-rd the abrupt !
ti,':i I 1 "Ii' Ml. "I lll t"\en rs d nql'L struL.-
: L'*' I.;'l;'\; t,;\s. T l-h \ l.'t t i le w hiile w in
ir"" 4'.er' 1 Ily s.to.'k dte, the ttrug
:s'."- S\\" i.l ,tii Star.
Voup Rikirmnh ,


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer
. -i a


HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATES the Uver, Stomach and Bowels,
Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.

CURES Malada, Biliousness, Constipation,
Wealk Stomach and Impaired Digestion.


EvsreBotle Gara'tclbGive Sat',fadn.



'~. ~Pn-arcd by VA".S LA I I' St. Louh, Ilo,
Sold by Dr. J. M. Jons.




PLANTSYSTEfl
Tht. 4Gre~at Through Ca' LI.iie frlii 411 4 F I ,i-il Xiii..f 'III I-c il:
The At itut jet-0 iast Line'. via CuI-'Iii list,' n. Itivhrii irdI
TO THE a3jnd Waishing~tiii.
E a t The Southe~rnII til waiY, vina Savannrahl, ti durti I 'icr andi'

'I'(J TIJ ~ Tii.. Soui~thrn ftv '11. li--sliij. At tiitt midid Ehatuta Ko

D)T11ETiLiisil~lo-( ashv ille..%ria mlitgonie~inerv.rlilo
Ws I'll*- NSirol t imii I .tvia S viii' r, i Co i Ne n ir.ia ltA.i u ill
141 ey ~t't fll'!I~n.lii~t'ViI'e'iMobsil& lairnIt.! ~jI~rt.va mI 54flitWI~liit3f-Iji.i.
To ova S44t1.14 tjk hrto Via4 Pai ht.jina'.'.1111 14'1 gi i 's I i p tiii nil'pC tala.yor


Sow mething Newl

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Vin Norfolk and ,to-.mwrs f000e@@eNew Yor. ee11tieeeet

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ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago


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FOR AN UP-TO-DATE HAIR


CUT OR SHAVE go to BEA DER


243 North Beach Street


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LINES P &

Throi igh ti<-ket.sto Ne.w York, P'hiladelphiLa.
N'w. lhavei,. New\" t London, Stonirgton,
P'rovidencei F'll Itiver, Boston and


ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER TIIHAN VI. ANY OTHER LINE. Thr pteamer
trains every Tlihursay, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Se IsHlancIs...................10:1 u. n. (Metropolitan Limited.
Via Plant Systemn ................ ........ :1 >' ) ). I m
Via Sealioarll Air Lin .. ................. 7:40.,p.ni. (Fast .Mail.)
lPa.ssengeirs It'ave Datytona :2li ani and
::22 pn. imakingi lose voniilnettions.
For illustrated imatter, diagrams, reservations, tickets. etc., add ema


A. Wv. PYE, Agent, "'0 t "Buy it
P VR~ Agent, .1UckO,,nville, Florida. t


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA& ST. LOUIS R



Western & Atlantic Railroad.
r' int-. ,if the.

"Chicapo and Florida [imited" rain

a -!Dixi'' Flyer' shepjing v.11-4
They'll .4 jwi'.111 j,~41 1j141-jda Liited- i theuzidt'k.',t train fromi St. Augu On4
ii! 1 i'k~ ii' 141. t CIlllitta ni i iga.rNaedivL*,Ion isvilI,' andl (hiiag.. with PuIImewe'A
Ii n''s. 4)! 'st'l-v1 i na ii4,11.1141)rl .v i tgri i ma I N.'j'r. iining ea-:rs. ete*.. t hrough with" ,

Mot-iiiii tf St. I~~iiis withilie tatiitg
F(11 iiif' il-iia t 'iii r''a1.t iv'e ti'ia t-'s, s hietitile. etc. .'r f~,i' slh-.Per rel4Prvationn, wibta

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Atlait1ta. Ga:. .laitksoia'.ille. lFla.
11. I.,. sm I'l ''rTni'' 'Iic uhagr. Nsvil.Tenn.


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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
CI'lling ait I'larlest.on. S. '.. Ioth ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direw.t Service llt wee.n
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PRKOVIDNCZ
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Iillin E ;i t C'lirleston Itoth \ S .
SEMI-WEEKLY SAII.INOS.


Southbound
Northbound


From Lewis' Wharf,.
.. from foot Catherine street, Jackasos


CLYDE'S ) ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOII''lN .T I'I.ALAT.1K. .S''It. ST. FRANCIS. IIIEESFORII. t(t)LA.)l
iI.I 1: SI'lNI;S. ii iil Iiit.ermi.diiatl laindingl s oin Sr. .I IINS RIVER.
s"44 LOUISE"
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General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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1l Stat.. St.. N.'\ York. 2 1i \\.- l;i\ St .;i. k-oliVille, Fh
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THEO. (. EAGER, W. % P CLYDE & CO.
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WATERPROOF


SIGNS


Ar)y Business


I Cent each in 1000 Lots


ington Baltimore
n Atlanta
anooga Louisville
muie Kansas City
land Pittsburg
e., etc.






I RAILWAY

LEBRATED TRAINS:

s Palm Limited
, Richmond and
L Limited
d Florida Zxpress


I Florida Special
la Limited
W AND WEST.

Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
fthe Sk\."
uthern Railway are operated in
i and Florida East Coast Railway
lotel Dining Cars on all through

Iway. Correspondenee Solicited.

108 W. Bay St, Jackdoavtle, Fla.
W. H. TAYLOE,
An't Gent Pass. Agent,
C. Atlanta, G.


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