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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 12, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (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


GAZETTE-N3 i3.


VOL. 14. No. .


Dikvtona.. Florida.. July 12. 1902


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WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED


Of Paint do not forget that we keep one of the best brands. It has
S given the crucial test of the Beach, and not found wanting. There is
,ne better than MASI'RY'S. We keep on hand a good supply of Oils,
Varniahe, Japan. Floor Dressing, Dry Paints. Putty' etc.
We am receiving every few days invoices of new goods in Crockery,
GlaW. Enamel, (alvanised and Tinware.
it is no trouble for us to show goods.


MASON (Q WALL CO.


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


'Phone 9.


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CADINATES FOR OFFICES.

Up to this date the following candi-
date are in tle field for offices,
amd we want to draw the attention of
the voter of VolhUia County to their
amounetcments on another page:
FOE eMNATOK
iPrank W. Sam New Smyrna.
SAssMni.VMBYMN
Chari L. Smith, iDaytona.
Thomas J. Sparkman, Port Orange.
E J. J. Vinuant, DeLand.
TAX AMS ESOR
8. B. Wilmon, DeLand.
TAX VOLIDiTON
I). P. Smith, New Smyrna.
0Ut NTV 4'OMMISlIONEIRf
T. L. Rodgers, Daytona
W. 1. McBride, Seville
Frank E. Bond, DeLand
R. D. Bnro. O(tee
T. J. Murray, New Smnyrna
ME MnER WOAkli oF1- PlIj ISTRTCTlON
E. F. Knappe. I)aytonasi
VO- adRAft.8lAiU ItMMImSION il.
R. Hudson Burr, Wet Palm Beach.
Jefferson It. irowne, Key Wtest.

FOR RENT:--teanch cottage on tihe
board walk next to. Breakers Hotel at
Scabreeze, 'completely furnished and rn-
modeled. Applly to Mrs. 11. C. lberryv,
Valley street, Seabreeze.


A NEGRO _i EtaER.

Tumdday of last week Sheriff Turner
took to DeLand J.oe Brown, a negro.
who shot and iV-led a, negro aimned
Rivers. a few dai previous.
The shooting occurred at Oak Hill. and
according to the best information ob-
inable. Brown and Rivers had been
across the ri ver on the peninsula. ( )n
teaching the landing on the mainland.
Diver started for the house and Brown
toldhim to wait. Rivers did not wait.
however. Brown soon followed himn.
and after chasing himnt arnd tiwe house
shot him with a shot gun, the wound
proving fatal.
Brown made his et'ac but returned
in a day or two annd hclained that the
shooting was accidental. An iniqiestt
was held liy J. P. Turner. Esq.. of New
iSmyrna. whio sulabt'qiu'ntily .%coinlnnittedl
Brown to jail without hail to await
trial by the circuit rourt.

smslmsbiw Tickets Clhea.
Persons antsding to. go North by
water can save money by applying t4o
theeditor of the Gasette-News. who hasm
several steamnshipi tickets for Pali.


TIDE TABLE,.
Week teginning .iiuly 1:. I I2
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W'edt sday ............... l0o0.5
Thursday...............10 :49
F riday ..................... ........11:3 0
Saturday.........................-12:41i2


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VOTE FOR


Jefferson

B. Browne
FOR


Mr. Browne is a native born Floridian;
is a nueMtsful lawyer, business man and
fruit grower. Having been nucceteful in
his own affairs he will, if elected, make a
sucwtssful Railroad Comminsioner.

JUBILEE AT MIAMI.
The citizens of Miami are preparing for
a "Ieep Water Jubilee," commencing
the 2Nth of this month and lasting for
three days. It ii planned to have a
street fair, boat races, bicycle races,
balloon aMcensions, excdrsions on the
bay. and other amusement too numerous
to mention.
Excursion tickets will tw on sale at all
stations on the Florida East Coast Ry.
The round trip rate from Daytona will
be $5.15; from Ormond $5.25, and from
Port Orange t5.05. The celebration is
in honor of the appropriation recently
made by congresss for the deepening of
thie Miaiui harbor.

$100 Reward.
I will pay a reward of $10oX for the ar-
rest and convittiion of any per-sons
caught stealing ily chickenim, or having
then in their poiss iotu.

/
P DEDICTS A TIDL WAVE.


The predictions of a tidal wave on the
Atlantic coast of Florida, as made by
Prof. Wiggias, has been freely discussed
on the streets during the past few days.
Despite the fact that the same worthy
amiscalculator has a mania for tidal
t wa4 ves on Florida's shores, and makes a
similar prophecy every year, there are
leIople who give the matter most serious
thought. Soii'e year's ago lie predicted
a tidal wave for St. Augustine which
would bury the old iort under sixty feet
of Water. He miisse his guess, bint ias
continued gilessing ever 'ince. with ex-
actly the sample allitilUmt of success. Few,
if any, F'loridians will lose sk-ep over
proplhei-s eimanat ing fr iom this "always
t rolig prtofessoir."-St. Augustine K ltord.


BIG DREDGE HAS ARRIVE

The ibig dn'dA'e for work oin the ('anal
bet weenll the Halifax and l Mautama rivers
has.t arrived at Mosquitio Inlet. where it
was tiet'd by tli e Three Friends and
the Alliancie.
The dridge hails from likaufort, and is
tilte roloeity of thie ELast Coast Canal
ICoimipany, which will litegin work at once
ini ctonnuectitinig tl two rivers. The se.--
anmd dirlndg, is at work on tlhe Mantanzas
river on thie other end oif tihe canal.
Thie dredge will oe in cliarge of ('apt.
Jamllies linton alld will at oncle ptroeed
up tlihe river. Tlte dredge has a ctapatcity
tof 1 .7Mo cubli," yards per day and will tit
kept continually at work until it ineets
the other drndgke and opliens lp an union.
terrupoted water way from St. Augustine
ti Lake Woirth.


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We Strongly Maintain that Prices do

not prove the power of a Store as

much as Quality. If you shut your

eyes to Quality you can buy goods

for any Price--But not HERE. .


ed sooner have the reputation of a


dchaging you. just a little more, for we

desire your pitinued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

ducing the standard of our mrrhandise.


You li always tind our price's thle lowest possible.
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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

Jupiter Pluvius would be a welcome
visitor thee warm dry days.


The new lockers have been put In the
Armory. Electric lights have a'so been
installed.
/ Walter S. Edwards went to Atlanta
on the excursion last week. returning
home Sunday.
Miss Laura O'Connell. of Vincenne,.
Indiana. is visiting with her uncle. Lau-
renme Thompson.
County Commissioner Rodgers went
to DeLand Monday to attend the July
meeting of the board.
Koet and Gwinner have just completed
the decorating and painting of Mrs.
Newell's new cottage on Ridgewood.
Claude Smith arrived from New York
Tuesday and is spending the week with
hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Smith.
L.The Burgoyne house. lot 844 by 7P60.
on Valley street, peninsula, is for sale at
$2,000; or for rent at $10 per month.
Apply to any agent.
Statements have recently been nailed to
oar subscribers who are in arrears. l et
us hope for a prompt remittance from
all who receive a notice.
E. F. Mansfield writes that he and
Mrs. Mansfield arrived safely at Canon
City, Colorado, and are delighted with
the country. He says tle weather is
very cool, and that there is an abun-
dance oe all kinds of fruit raised there:
everybody seens busy and labor coin-
mands good wagws.


Saturday night someone tore down a
cloth sign in front of Smith & Son's
store. Signs along the bicycle path be.
tween here and Ormond have also wen
torn down recently. The State laiw
provides a severe penalty for misde-
nmeanors of this nature. and somebody
better becareful or they willet "nipped."
ImTry sonime of those delicious fish
fruit pies at the Granling IBakery.
Tihe County Sunday -hool convention
which was aSitioalcm'ed last week lias a
good progratumme prepared and those"
who attend will enjoy a profitable time
ill the study anil dlisnussiol ,of tiuiely


WBathing suits at Hendricks'.
J. W. Wilkinson was a visitor to Ja-k-
sonville this week.
Rev. Father O'Boyle was a visitor to
the Gulf Coast last week.
Mrs. Mary Trpy is entertaining her
.daughter, Mrs. James Kincaid.
Mrs. Fuller. of Orange City. was the
guest of Mrs. W. F. Gille. Jr.. this week.
Mrs. Arthur U. Bennett entertained her
father. J. S. Becker, of Jacksonville, this
week.
Lawrence Morrison visited with his
folks at Barberville Wednesday and
Thursday.
W'A vacation without a kodak is a
vacation wasted. See Harris', Studio
Peck Block.


Miss Cummings. of East Melbourne. is
visiting with the Misses Hopkins a few
days on the beach.
iMen's shirt waits. $1.50 and $2.00
grades, are being sold this week at $1.00
each at Hendricks'.
C. H. Stewart. of Melbourne. is visiting
with his wife and family a few days in
Daytona and 8eabreeze.
Don't forget to take your poll tax re-
4eipts when you go to cast your vote in
the primary next Tuesday.
The a*Mesmed valuation of Volusia
county this year is $3,410.K000 an in-
crease of $300,000 over last year.
Conimissioner Knappe went to DeLand
Monday to attend the regular monthly
meeting of the County School Board.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lane, who have
leen oc-cupying the Robinson house for
the past year, left Monday for the North.
Je'ffrsown R. Browne, of Key Westcan-
didato for railroad commissioner, was
in Daytona Wednesday patching up his
fenct'es.


Thle Ioal Woman's M missionary Society
t ill read lpal~rs on Ieland and Green-
hlad next Inio1nth--a r0ool subject for ai
it it 0montih.
J. R. Ilill aind family are now at Hen-
dersonville, N. I'., the high altitude of
'Coltradiii' nt agiting with the health
ft Mis Mithuil.
It i s;ailI that thlie nmos|uito w ot thi .


Sunday school topics. INlegates tare to j la\\t r Inilian RiveI r ar' more numerous
tbe sent fronm each school in the coulint, hi tll i'ever lf'"on(. Around lDaytona the
but a!l who arm interested in better Sun- littleI pests aire' compaillratively a-. e.
day schools are invited to lit terlI. oimniiim i.ioli.r hodgeIso has a crew of
1I.Delicious home made caul.v at thie men at work straightening the road at
(Iramlilig Bakery. ihetter try l t.oiimeof it. Holly Hill andl making aL fill uaross the
Atimrlirs this side o if thle Yelvingtol ilace.
AIt dentist at St. Augustine lia liiill i
sail cy 'cle after the pattern 4f thm o 'i i"ius mll,' tm his ,%'a*k a'ssisting i msl i4ing
built by l)aytouna' I p .imu 'i te,., 't-t l .,t*'r.'.. It.i i n o
E. J. Mills. The one owned l.v Mr. Mill- S'; ival anh.ting. II. ill return to
is a perfect success, ard lie tiani riit dtay mll hld shrvi'es it thi 1 artist
c' rl hi- tlm i ioiii ''orro .
from one pier to tlie oilier. \hith a fair r
wind, in less than Itwo u minutes. 'Tle r h ert Sh 'oemaker \i.as over from il)e.
vehicle is a three wliheeld affair awii, l.;Liind Satiirdy and Sundaiily. ert is
carries aliut as mutlih sail as thie ateragie *.iig il onI tmi t new Scien'e Hall of the


small sail-boat. It has a c-apacity off
two Iersonls.
lwDonl't fors t Helndricks special
sale of ladies' "Victor" shoes.
Mr. Johnston is pitting ion tih l aiiir-
ket Unow solneofthe linlest tiolLnatLes that
have lvee seen here this season. it, is
an expert gardener and lias lari'e.
snoioth, meaty and itine tlaivored 10tuma-
toes. Johlstonl is a iiman who takes
pride in his work and he liLs kept the
market in somethingg good" to eat ftor
several mouths. He is now shilijingl
some flue egg-plant.
W t'et your pastry at tii. iratiiiling
Jakery. 'Tis mniUchl ea-sier than baking
.Nur own paLstry this %%l'li Wathr.
The city fathers held a special meeting
Monday evening to confer ais to the ,size
of the drain to be laid along Live Otak
avenue, and as to what portion tof their
cost should lie paid out of the city funds.
Considerable discussion was brought uup
on the matter. It was finally decided to
lay a twelve inclh drain, and to a.ss.ts
the l'enetitted property holders t wo-
thirds of the cost. while. the city wiill pay
the other third.
I@ It's aboullt time to think of h;\vilig
your house fixed np. Ktst & ;\\ iiiuner
are artists in painting and pi.hair-hang-
ing-letter consult them.
.ainues A. Flood h as dispos4-ed of liis
plumbling ilisilnessi tl the G. I'. ItaliulIgh
Co'llmpally, whil a ill cotlitilile .' li Iisilet'..s
at thle inli' stand. Mr. FHl .i l- hielei
doing a tloliiihiiiig i lt in,'iO-sO. iiilI hio
reason lihat lie sold tilt \ ia- limit It l.--
'eivedi wvrd t -hat a relati ,i,.i '. i'ntl\
dit'd illeavili li niiaim 't ii' .-'l, riii,,'. ite
i ns- imL IhitL h it f fi 0 iii- l i rini liis
slav ia lia 1111.. m aill] "f \ h iii ii ell
that Mimss. F Irlti11 r li.i kmi> ak,- il hi
door. M r. Fhloix0 \ill,-,, L .\,,\v ,,rk
in a '-imiulh- of w%,-k!s. it l..k :iflt-r hir
ilnt.er'st I. -lit "ijll r1-tirlm ll hi .r i,\i ;;ii


ic i F es-hI -l.I tit. ,'i \it, \ liii, l .it 'i
lira lil |a k i l \tk i t'- ,... .. I
T hl e l ii ,,.ii ,l I. .. il ,i' i
that thte l liiih n ,tawin,. iln l i mm .,i ;i st
sumll 'er' eIxr eIt.- thr. Ipr','s'!! I il r.
Ih th tie llimmi q'r- ;- m ds I.,\\. :, li;\,i
do lite a niich lari-I r Itminiin.s- th im -iilli .t-'r
.oI f)tfarI ti ali 1 ,1.,v did l ii'ilii II s- uin -
timlie last vt.ar. I-mside' Mr. Iiiiiuml filill
l s i al .n d intm g ";a thl "ri'lmiin, ti"iis i,-'..
all otf i hlhi gol ,s t i lhoII t liIhat thi. i bil-
imt I'operations tliis year at i.a'-'i .'iti.il
tlro.,.. af i.sit usimimier lilt\lntiai hIt i a


I' niversitl there anld 'expects to isgini a
courI in i .mehanical eliiine.jrling \vhetn
the Hall is conipletedl this Fall.
Dr. II. 11. S.lye and family arrived
fri'lin AImihmiiirst. M.assac.hiustts. last Sat-
iit lniy .iainl will iiiake Diliytonilma their fiu-
turt. hiT. Thei dtotor coml'e highly
ie,.o niliineti'i4d aiin \\ ill no doubt be a
welcome nq iisititi n to tht-e Florida ried-
ical fraternity.
Tlhe Epworth I ie IeRading Circle
had a gi oud atte'idaint-e Ml lay night,
filiishing their iiterestilng lif. of .lJohn
Wesley. 'The next ibook in the course is
"h1'lillip .loaklev." It is tio lie begun
iext Monday 'evening. Theli' Oiiing leo-
1ph inll at riidlance- at lino last 1 i4~'etilng
slamightd a4 tii forty pound wiateir-
inl.lin, an ted thit'iltsiilil thi nmslvs with
aI shtadowgraplih. Thi-s lico-1'ild roliundis of
tllerrimtlle t :1nd callused lill little amlilunlit
of piizzling to the iadli'r-.
WIllat t flight av t I.a 'iI ; %i ,Irv sert'iousll
arcident w u'rlli' d at I.,II.-yv &' Titus'
ioal r mt i d ii molin y et\',m iiinr. Mr. Titus
liIti ji.-Ius lighteld his ail-press.r. gaoliuie
laimpinl. \\ ilen it exploded. piei.e s flying to
all piarti- comliil l i v i';tinlnitinig hi i lotlim ig. llThe
trame' anld firtuinat' thling ailmt tihe


i.,'-id.'1nt is thiat the thi ine ;is -extiln-
guished asI the liamip explt h laidt tlhe
g-asolini'.v.iughl tilm h thi building would
pridoalib liihav Iimii'mod and Mr. Titust
woulld1 nodl b litbas lost hIs life.


E. Ray Conrad was over from DeLand
Thursday.
C. A. Steele arrived from North Caro-
lina Thursday.
C. E. Johnston, the dairyman, has been
having a run of fever.
Miss Pearl Spaulding returned home
fornom the North last evening.
Harry Burns was in town Thursday
in the interests of the G. & & F. Ry.
Mrs. Edw. Fitzgerald has been under
the care of Dr. Van Valzah for the past
ten days.
Rev. J. B. Hawk and family dined
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cameron
Thursday evening.
Meters E.R.Curtis, Harry Wray and
W. A. Bea Der returned Monday from
their visit to Atlanta.


A party of New Smyrna and DeLand
people were in town Monday and regis-
tered at Schmidt's Villa.
Don't forget to take your poll tax re-
eeipts when you go.to cast your vote in
the primary next Tuesday.
E. J. Mills is unable to secure enough
fresh cream to supply the demand, but
hopes to procure enough shortly.
Judge Stewart came over from De-
Land on business Wednesday and inci-
dentally to enjoy our ocean breezes.
IR.Several furnished cottages for rent
at Seabreeze. directly on the beach.
H. L. Koet-HeKperIIimt.
Sam Carngold, the tailor, has returned
to Daytona and is again in charge of
the tailoring department at the Globe.
VGeo. H. Clark's in the best place to
get your reading matter. He has al-
way on hand a large stock to select from.
W'A few ladies' and gent's bathing
suits, used but a few times, for sale at
half price at the Breakers' bath houses
at Seabreeze.
MmSlauie Hull. an expert tenclher of the
latest conservatory methods has re-
returned to Daytona and is staying at
,Shmidt's Villa.
Senator F. W. Sans. countyy Assessor
S. B. Wilson and Hlon. J. W. Perkins
were in Daytona Wednesday and Thurs-
day willing (in their minany friends.
Ilenry Schmidt has filled in his lot and
planted a number of trees in front of It.
iHe. will have his tennis court completed,
whih his son. (lust. is now engaged in
laying out.
During his visit to Atlanta Biarber HIea
DIr touctIid lip on all the latest styles
aind wrinkles in the tonsorial art and
riline link wfth a numbnler of new ideas
4f interest to his p trons.
IIalifax Chapter, although "called off"
for thli .unlniii'r. owing to business were
,ro'lj.tlledh to hold a iconvialtit n to e'lo 't
thre-e worthy candidates \ Io will lo. ex-
altel in the near future..


The tagw to t' affixed to bicycles using
thie sihdepaths aret now in the hands of
the commissioners. They may bto pro-
curd of .. P. Turner. New Smyrna; iC.
A. Miller. tLandil; Win. B. Healy. ,Se-
ville. or Edwi. Fitzg4erahl. Daytona.
'h'li work of teaming idown the wooden
pier lonl tlhte I-cen eali. at Palm [lilachi
was :L t'giim last week. The pier will beo
reiplataed ilby one constructed entirely of
steel.t, alnd the plans indicate that it will
hlt a deciided improvement onil the present
|pier. It is expected that the building of
it will oun'llpV about two monthsilis.
A meeting of the directors of thie Pine-
wood Cemelter'v Association was held at
the Olpera lHouse Thursday evening. .A
committee was appointed to collect the.
moniley on the stock sui'l-ribed anld plr-
otha.set the c emtery ait Ionce. Thle prop-
Plirt is now o\iwtid by -Mrs. ('has. I..
S'ilithi. Anolither n.wetling will Ie lh.tid lit
tlihe sa, e pllac iwhxt Thursday th h eiiing
;it 7 .;:).

Boy Wanted.
Wa'ntd.iL a Iright loty to hli-an m th.-I
prilit ilg t raui'de; :4one with a slight kiioa wl-
0, -lgi' of timh i.-mlr rsi rli .ierred. \o itilit.-
ki iii d. AippIl to Eilitir i(;a ett'-


TO THE GREAT BEYOND.


To Close Out


OUR SUMMER DRSS GO

WE OFEER THEM AT t


One Half Price.


New line shoes and oxford ties just reciv


The well known Hamilton and Brown Shoes


have no equal*


We sell them. as ,


See our Job counter for low prices on Shos


5o ore 3eros&





h A Pocket-book!1


Tickler......


This is what you have been looking

for. The following articles and many

more at like prices will be on sale at

our store from....


JULY FIRST TO FIFKI'NTH


A pair of ladies' nannish style slit wes .... ... ............
A pair of lAIies' tan O xfords ansd I'rin.I--is -.lipii-..
A pair of ladies' black )Oxforhds.......................
A pair of ladies' buttonn Dongla.I........................
Ain assa rtmient of Indies' slho s ................................
A.n assoirtlitlent of boys' and girls .hs....................
A pair of itboys' shoes (Tanns.I)............................
A pair of imltis' tan Oxfords.................................
\ pair of mens' black Balmnorals.........................
Men's all wool 'Crash Smi er m lSuits........................
Men's all wool hint' Serge Suits....................
.Men's all wool P'laiit Wi stell Suitl..................
Men's all wool Ihlrlk and rownii Worsted Suits.....


Forma'r Male
Price Price
2 3( $ 2.00
1 2-, .70


2 001

9.11


.75
1.25
1.15

115

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7.00


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en all wool Itlule strip. Suiits............................... ; 1i


"Iuth's all wooltl Suits. a g.ra'it blar-'gaiil...........
Y ithi's mall wool Sulits'. 'r'at \;iaii....................
It ,y'S Suits. cheap at former .........................
Iys Suits, "


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2.50


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Your Hair

"Two years ago my hair was
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, Ill.

Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half-
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
and heavy.
s1. aoti e AHll q o.
If Tour drugist cannot supply you,


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F ...I M 4UfET-EWS.
PmbsBd Every Saturday.

EDW. FITIGERALD, PaLumm.

ra P$1.50 per Year in Advance.
3--eI Noties 10e per Line Each Time.

Mratd at the Postoffice at Daytona.
Iri, as 8eeond Claw Matter.

Salrday, July 12. 1902.


TURN T AID VOTE.

Next Tueday will occur the battle of
baoti. No great amount of interest
S meaftsted in the election by vo-
tes hi this precint no far as the primary
laom eerned. But such should not tIe.
-Evry voter should make it his duty to
go to the voting place and cast his bal-
lot for the candidates of his lihoice.
While there is no opposition to anyl but
am county oflcial, there are nveral .an-
diates for each of the State offices to be
votd on.
Not only would it show your alpprecia-
tio of the services done by the present
eotiy oAcers and the unanitnours wil-
AlWS that they should retain their of-
uw; but there is another inimportant lea-
sunwiy everyone should vote that i-
figbls. If. perchance. no pntniary
hoNld be called the next canipaign year
amd the convention plan would Is'
adoiled, each precinct would hliave dle-
gam i proportion to the voitescat tit i
the primary next Tuesday. and if a small
vot, wee to be polled in this pro.iinct
juit o mall in proportion would h i
the number of delegates to attend tilH
next convention. Turn out and vate


ODNTIPATED itoW EiS.
To0hav good health, the IKd1ey should
hbe in a laxative condition aid t1e'
mow oved at ieast once a day. s
tat all the poisonous waste-s an e-
S -d daily. G. L. Edwards. 1412 N
Naj nSt., Wichita. Kamsas. writes.: **
hav lmd Herbine to reguliat* the lievr
nd boweb for the pat ten years. and
fomd it a reliable remedy." at J. M.
Jam.


MISKCTORS FOR PRIMARY.


Te following is a list of appolintm inents
of lopetore complete for cotnduntini.
the primary to be held on the 1,th inst.
Ntebprise-A. T. Rosemtter. 11. F.
uHamnbca J. H. P'adgett.
OmwW-City-W. H. Cozen, J. M.vt.rs.
J. W. Stake.
DeLad-B. E. Prevatt. F. P. M1.h-lmv.
I DVemaing.
Dlmoa 8Springe-H. J. Sproul, Jeswe
DIk herty, Mitchell Joehn.
+ Bmpori-J. G. Cade, .holhn W M.
Baids, W. H. Hill.
llv.e-W. H. Morrison. I. M. I'ivvatt.
SW.B. Healy.
Ormood-Wnm. Wethen-11rell. Win. 'a&gen'.
L. F. Mimell.
Daytona-Henry Schmidt. C. M. Ilting.
ham, Jr., Ichabod Daugherty.
PortOraage-W. E. Johinsoi. F.A
Chandler, J. F. Vow.
New Smyrna-C. C. Moon. 1'. C. Mar.-
low, C. R. Dilser.
Oak Hi--W. & 8Sands. Z. T. Willianis.
E. aiCnton.
Toxmoka-Mont Cone. W. S\i. ili.
Wm. Hall.
G eoe--Moees Manning. (George
Pteh, M. Bennett.
Lake Helen-J. Willis Westlake. W
C. McKenlie, R. W. Rawlins.
I"tDio--Weston Clifton. L E. od inm.
R H. L L Clifton.
o toD--Geo. Woodard. .1. It lritt.
C. S. Gailbreath.
Otese-B. F. Carlienter. M. 'attillo.
IL B. Ofteen.
Plisio"-J. E. Cade. '. C. l'uirdoni.
lavid Joan.


Cat thi out and take it ti any lDru%
S- toae and get a box of ChauilTerlaii's
Sto6iah & Liver Tablets. The Ie st
~sie. They aleo correct diord er of
Si stomach. Price 25 cents.


lCM T COMMISSIONERS MEET

.Dlgad. July 9.-The County CoGin-
adiosmre met in regular nitm'tiii last
evening ailehing their work iLanl ad
jourmng today at noon. 11 ni.'tlil u-
Sthe board were pre sent. Captain ld-
eame of Daytona in the chair. Thei. dis--
triet roadreports were ni madte slio ing
I mewderablo work in m-veral parts of
thecomety. Considerable lnrtgrenss hatie
Sim sade on the clay and shell road
fr m EBterprise to Oa4en. The new
"o ied through Deep Creek on the llDlanud
nd New Smyrna road is now %Iikassa.ile.
S, artam. though not yet iiieisld. T'iis
work will shorten the roadI to N..%
yrma marlyeisi miles. Re[aits air re-
ported on Valley street from ltia litutii
toward Ponce Park and grading lima.
bu dome on the road from Daly i ona to
Ormodu. On petition thie bii'yVl'- sile,.
t path commissioners were grantile' ti.e.
t eight to construct and maiintain a 'side-
path" between Ormond and Dlla.tona
and PortOrange and Daytona. The tax
b a lfor 1902 were prm'ented tliad timU'
a valhionm, as entered by ti'w Asses,-or.
," s iepted. The millage' for the' ecurrnlit
k earwasAled at 12 i,. and is divided
Sas. Iollows: General nrveniue. ., mills:
,4o4 shoki, 5 mills; roads and t'ridge's. :1
't mla, and a fine and forfeiture fund. L
the total being half ai mill lower
thia last year. Tax Colkt-tor Is. P.
Smith submitted his final n'[lirt. \\hiicli
was examined and approvedri. lih,.
Crteisal Court costs bills wer apllprovedd
ad the usual current bills paid. after
which the board adjourned.


Mrs. Laura S. Webb.
Vipes.wIMan w6ms.em DOme.
-I adld th c w eof e e which
was mit appreadag. I amoced Wies
of Cardiand dedded to try bot-
li. I expedaced some ald t
fint mth. so I kept A- in it for
Su m uMsiw ad mw I mnmbk
wih me pain I dall tse itff md
m- w aill hvepmd tl he-lllx.
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman to the change
of life. Do not wait but take Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou-
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan-
gier. When you come to the change
dt life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean me to you than it do s
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell $1 bPORttles of Wine of Cardi.





PORT ORANGE ITEMS.


M.11. Mitllius dS. ollu, of th e ldest r,'si-
delits of New.\ Seinrin.. i- isitinig .%Miss
C('irolit M -l)ait-l She' has lb.-e living
ini New Siimrna ielwe'iim foety a.ml tifty
years. tillnd 'lni r'laite a gie'at imeariuy very
interl vtini tales of tliose n tiues..
Mr. aiinl Mrs llHarry Sargenlt ca Ire upi
from Oiik Hill to rlclhebrate tihe Fourth
lin i ,.
Fourth of .1uly \\ ts a "s*'d let', the la.\ "
heIr. Thei day kl asuv.je1 tiff a.- it hlouIld,
t'erv%1ttroy e ln ventIjey ihlliei.sIlvs..-. 'rhi.' a1y1
wa.. lovely. a. i. at latest sllrplris.iiiu Itact.
thle i-iulliloi ail lor.et.'l \ire' -t rictily
atlien't. uilim.lh to thei jov of I1. all


'ThI l iarli' ;iil a I iciii mider tih
oaks at i he old iiar Ill ill as atll idea
one. it all went aletlig; as if %ev had 1a
rehearmdoturdifferent parts. The inm.at
we're tilte and ltalitlifully roItsted o\e
the eitals. and ti- t-isli chowder amindl eto
fee could not lwe ex.e-llhd. The lolnig tal
ie looked .exeeditgl*v itiviting after i
iwas lahdin within thie t,-od tliniits iromig-h
from fair' and iar. After aill liIhd pa1
take of a "seluailv i mliil" tile yoiinlit
folks plathyled eelI faslihitioiid 1ailliils mulile
the spirvadingi oA;ik litn*-.. In tihe ev'ilin
the' dance at itide areootl Haill wai i
trautnd sulre''-. gi.J lltinsie a;n iplelhiit <
edaim",'-,s. I'ce, ilh, .1ileiie- li li fi t- f i ii l lir,.a
toi attelnd tte Ic.ire te ;at dit '. 1 ci
.Il -k-iinvil \\ as. rprer, .m, il,
% i,.s M 1ay 1.. 1. Milburii \\ oii i t S.t
AUrltilstilo e M oinl;ia \ l*ii rili.-, i tik
luiarge ofl at s iiulili s'.. I cit.
Ltrian ..tt ol .rl.t ii. whio hl: I,.i.1 \ i-it
iis his patretits. MlI ;aid M-l It 0o1
e*rtOt 'ii ll'tiritin i teo .I; .k-on il1 \\ lienr
Iwe i- in t tie' iplotleh f olti mMerNil St.

('apt. '" Foezzirdl has si .hi his iit ta;iL
aind lot fronting on tlie t Hiailif:lx ive'r ito
Col F. W. R[o.e of VWa shingtionl The 'l l
intends iliiakill \,erv e, \teiii\.' it ii .-
llentlit- onli t!. proilit0 .


n.\ri' ;iits i painl -.e rlri, al 1-ti1i-. hllitl tia. ,
andi seii-it i" li sit- vihhI ti c t h,' l'ei't r iiat ill"
intlUi 'nc. of Ilillai 's Sni owl I.iiiiliiillnt. It
sl'i0tratt -s t thi' vli .-v s .11141 "il i. i. :iim
eoilng alisoril-ed into ttlh hilo il. iit. ti.';il
iln pro;iertirs t'#- lV, .\ d ll o .\e rI \
part eof thle.I.ldv ain1l iffie-t toiii ior'ld.r
mil .runs. l. F. Moor. .\-,,it lllin i-
Ce'ntrail lihim\ay. Milan. T;.iin. s*vtt-
"I have .used lala'iar,' S'no l\\ Liliniilnilm
ftor irhlieim atisin. I ia- k;,.Ili,. tc i iii inei
faImiiilv. It i- a- i ; pli lit re-m .11\ \%.
oIu il noltil \\ N it ho it ." ::-, .'
" 1 464 -i l .lrll ..


-e-
To Cure a Cod in one it)a.
Iak, l.:a \;iI\,. Idi. ii t <^iliiii,"T2 1l,.t il- "
ll 01rii" i-l .- i I, ill th4 ili< ll, .%1\ i 1 i I;iil-
o E I'.. \\. ili i
li ll ot.\. 2.- 1S


(l t" 'wr" ? | rA. ;ia '' AW yA


Cousin,

G. C. Clemens, of Topeka,
TLan., the no-
ted con-,tit u-
tional lav:ver,
who bears so
str'.a.ng a re-
semblancc t o
Mark Twain,
(Samuel B.
Clmens) that
he is frequent-
ly taken for the
original Mark, G. C. Clemens.
is a man of deep intellect and
wide experience. He is con-
sidered one of the foremost
lawyers in thiscountry. In are-
cent letter to the Dr. Miles
Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says:
"Personal experience and obser.
nation have throu ilv satisfied mne that
Dr. Mile.' Ner.ine contain s true nierit,
and i. excellent for what it is reco.u-
mended."
Mr. Norman Waltrip. Sup. Pres. Bank-
ers' Fraternal Society, hicago, sa s:

MD. Pain Pills

are invaluable fnr headache and all
pain. I had been a great sufferer from
headache until I learned of the efficacy
of Dr. Miles' Pain Pilkls. Now I a}wav


A NEW RUBBER. "


It was a very rainy day, and that par-
ticular street corner was very Ploppy,
says the New York CAnmercial. A dry-
goods buyer from Indiana was in the
city looking at skirts and hosiery. At
that particular crowing be was looking
back-pltonihly to se if his rubbers were

S"I ri La "' .~ag out a chance aw.-
lmiiai'ai'," hI' leiad Imet at the hotel tlw
night lt.ff<,l.:!:il w ho just then eatue out
of ai i:';tr-livy heorl.
"What il% -"iiI lm'-tn bly excl-himinin
'F rie .
"\\by v. I-';o l l i w i i-,insila. ain't
it ."..
"Vei \t Ihat lf it '"
"'Whyt aiin't l l piili-il.l it neck
.4trl t-hl mnd tlheiy miiiv.l uif to g.t l|hr toi a ctfe
top iinwv rlly. *


I1 aiii lsilig 1, lx ,\ f 'iumlilriain's
Staolnl,' A 1 L.ivi'T" .il'lts ;anil indl th,tn
tel. lN-t thiing tir inI st;is.r;ah 1 ever
uiiil(." s;3-. T'. \V. Illo ii.i t i. .n istilv' of
tihe l' e.'' I. l,.o ll;mt?. Miih. Tl'rle. T;Ib-l,
let- not o(il o'ifirr -t ilisodri il' f the
stolliatthi Ii t itv-ilahitt." tlie livrr and
liwevls. 'he'yv ;tta ,':e.sy to take stand
plei';tiiit iiin *ff', t. I'riiv' 25' ''ri i n ps r
liox. Fil-or s.;t lIy all rII)rtr ists.


Sure Cure


Any lank of iron nla the blood shows In the faee.
Pallor is the sign. Pallor also means much
more: it means a starved nervous system, a de-
bilitated condition of the vital organs, poor cir-
culation and impaired digestion. The nerves.
the muscles, and all the organs of your body get
their energy and all the materials for their re-
pair from the blood. Pallor shows that all
these are losing vitality. Not a day should be
lost in restoring the richness and purity of the
blood. Get Iron-get it by taking the kind of
Iron your blood requires. The Iron In Dr. Har-
ter's Iron Tonic is the perfect kind. It goes
from yourstomach directly into the blood with-
out any change. An hour after you take it. It has
become pan of your blood and is doing good.




Dr. Harter's



Iron Tonic


,, builds up the nerve and muscular tissue, aids
your digestion. enables you to get the good of
Ll the food you eat. and makes you well from head
II to foot It is a sure cure for all affictions re-
sulting from impure blood, such as acrofula,
"t pimples, blotches, kidney disorders, rheuma-
,r tism. gout, dyspepsia. female weakness. etc.
f Endorsed by eminent physicians for nearly
ff1ty years.
-
t The following is one of thousands of similar
testimonials we have received, convincing evi-
dence that Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic does all that
r- is claimed or it.
g
Montgomerv. Ala.. Dec. 12. 19(02.
r "Our family has used Dr. Harter's Medicines
g for years. and I think Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic is
the best medicine I have ever taken."
Mrs. E. McQueen-Carter.
t BA South Hull Street.
* (Uoo Marasat that above tes~iosial is sia.)
SE'.k Every bottle of Dr. Har-
t r's Iron Tonic has our
"Crescent" trade-mark on
* the label. Don't accept a
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,W ms.~ elow ~


M ae every mt e-is m ah aim aur
wu s. NllT.
Mobs entr by TIENWLFAI NAW 0MT.
ahrm s OVAL FAIRY SOAP.

THE SAME OLnrl VY.
J. A.Kelley relates an experience simil-
ar to that which has happened in
almost every neighborhood in the
United States and has been to'd and re-
told by thousands of others. He may*:
"Last summer I had an attack of dysi
entei-y and purchased a bottle of Chanm-
berlain'm Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, which I used according to direct
tions and with entirely satisfactory ree-
ults. The trouble was controlled much
quicker than former attack when I used
other remnedie." Mr. Kelly is a well
known citizen of Henderson, N. C. For
sale. by all Cruggift


TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

We ase m ending out statenients to those
who owe us for the Gazette News and we
desire to ask that each oneo who receives
a notice shall make payment prompt
Iy. If we have made an error as to
the amount let us know and we will
gladly correct it. We shall wait a reat-
onalele time to hear front all. after which
tihe accounts of those who pay no atten-
tiit to notices will be e nt to a collec-
tion agency.
hOur list has grown so large, and in in-
<'reasiing so constantly andol x rapidly
that there is no reason why we shoulel
conitiniie the l pa|r to thlos who do not
ptay. th'en.fel- we have concluded toe
lhve a iaekoning with those who are we-
hindl. eI't uii have a letter from every"
olet- with l' '-k oir (order to mluan up the
an1e',u ilt todaute Ililltiolned oiln tatelenut.


TAX ON nIAlIKS.
Extiriie' hot weather is a great tax
1ipoen the dligestive Imower of babies;
linuy and feeble they sliould he given at
i.-w doee.s of White's Crean Vermnifuge,
thIe 'hileldri's toni'. It will stimulate
;iid fat'u-iliate the. digestion ()f their food.
so tliat they MooInl iee-oine iotrong,. lalthy
anild native. 2-.' at .J. M. Jones.

Hated Rivals.
Karper Well, I'd like to know
what's the difference between a "shop-


girl" and "a saleslady" anyway?
Harper-I give it up. but the differ-
ences between salesladies are some-
times tierce.-Philadelphia Press.


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The Nmomwfb --M
Committee met at IS lll
Oealog and iem-d the fo wing
a prUimary election:
The Democratic County Euetvlv
Committee of Volusia county, Florida,
hereby calls a Democratie Primary Elec-
tion in and for said county, to be held on
July 15th, A. D., 1902, in compliance
with the rule ad regulations as pre-
scribed by the State Executive Com-
mittee at their meeting in the city of
JacksonuiWan the fifteenth day of April,
1902, except that the laws of the State
of Florida not having provided for the
opening of the registration books on
the dates as fixed by the State Demo-
cratic Executive Committee, towit:
June 12, 13 and 14. 1902, the members
of the County Democratic Executive
Committee in their respective precincts
will act as registration officer in the pre-
cincta from which they are a member,
for the purpose of registering any and all
persons entitled to register under the
call as made by the State Democratic
Executive Committee as aforeai, and
the said registration officers hereinafter
named are hereby ordered to open regis-
tration books in their respective pre-
eine s on the days ordered by the State
Executive Committee in their call as
aforesaid, to-wit: June 12, 13 and 14,
1902
The members of the County Committee
who are to act as registration olicers
(except in precincts Noe. 3, 5, 8 and 10,
where other than the member of the
County Committee has been appointed)
are as follows:


Jul 1I ISAUP'.L D. JODAn,
Clerk Circuit Court VoldMOo l

Nessisd Aa u fr TsmD asd .
socumse s .3 485M. Laws .3Pl
Notice is hereby given that StarllSaep-
pard purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
dated the .3rd day of July, A. D., ha
nied aId certificate in my offee, and baa
made application for tax deed to Issue in
accordance with law. 8aid certilflate em-
braces the following described property
situated In Volusla County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot I. Bik M. &C. Holly Hill. The amid
land being assessed at the date of the issu-
ance of such certificate In the name of Jno.
Munford. Unless maild certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon on the 12th day of August.
A. D., 101.
Wltness my offielal signature and seal this
the 1lth day of July, A. 1. 11412.
RAM'L LD. JORDAN.
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Florida

Medw o A c t- I for Tax eMed Undwr
Sea H e ofliptr 48W8, Laws at PliwMa.
Notice is hereby given that The Atlantic
Lumber Company, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 9, dated the 2nd day of July, A. D.,
IM, bas liled maid certificate in my oftce,
and hai made application for tax deed to
Ilswue In accordasice with law. Said certifi-
cate embraces the following described pro-
perty situated lit Volusia County. Florida.
to-wit: oe 1-4 off aw 1-4 8 of County line,
Sec. 15, Tp 1, Range 2. The said land belig
assessed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the nanie of S. L. Benhanm.
Unlem mid certificate 1t redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 12th day of August, A. D., IV*.
WItness my official signature and seal
thin the lith dayof Jul, A. P., IUi2.
ISA3L ). JOIIDAM.


No. 1. Enterprise, W. S. Thayer. Clerk Circult Court VolustaCounty, Florida
2, Orange City, W. C. Cannons.
:1, DeLand, John R. Wetherell. NeAce of A-l1ell- tor Tax DOe Mit
"4. DeLeon Spring%. R. Jones. Smttw a U Cp 488. Law o PMIWa.
Notice I. hereby given that Chas. Possard
5, Emrporia, W. H. Hill. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. IM01, dated
Seville, G. P. Haley. the rd day of J uly, A. D.. la)., has filed said
Seville, w. P. e certificate In iny orlice, and has made appll-
7, Ornod, W. G. DePasn. cation for tax deed to Issno In accordance
with law. Maid certificate embraces the fol-
8, Daytona, Robert L. Smiith. lowing described property situated In Volu-
9, Port Orange, H. K. DuBoi. sia county, Florlda, to-wit: Lot 2, Block 11,
ort Orange, H. K. Dulawton. The sald land being assessed
10, New Smyrna, C. C. Moore. at the date of issuance of such certificate in
the naune of L. N. Hubbard. Unless said
11. Oak Hill, H. G. Putnamn. certificate shall be redeemed according to
12, Tomoka, MontCone. law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 5tli
omioka, Mont Cone. day of August, A. D., Itf1.
S1:1, (Gleinoe. Mose Manning. Wltnes nay offlclal signature and seal
this the 4th day of July, A. D.,I. 0
14. Luke Helen, Robert Rawlini. MAM'L D. JiRlDA,
S13. Clifton, Dawson Brown. (lerk ('ircult Court VolusiaCounty. Florlda
1. Ste son, C. S. Gailbreath.
17. Osteen, R, D. Brooke. Notice of Attlachment.
S1'.. Pler )n, S. H. Joinet. .I STATIC O F VLMIDA, I Justice-fourt.
t'oe sr O or VOLUSaA 1"i t .' ourt.
The following is a list of thle ott-en to To VM ELIN E T. KNO, ,fieilanlt:
1ill which candidate" will be voted for at You are herelyv iioitledi that it writ ,f
said prilnary. and this conllnittee under ati yr property at'., Holly .H II lost nun-
the tilihority vested in then hereby as ieer twelnty-oine 2il) **"ernua.dez 4;rrant,"
lehas been tttache l to satisfy ihe demnaiand of
ens each condidate the aliount set op- w. A. lePass amounting to Ihirty-lour aindd
itU the ireseec.tive otffces, to-wit: Ithirty two one.-haundredths dollars ,ll.:32)
One I united States Senator. Now, unless you shall apix-ar before n M.
Wallace. a Justice for the Pe'ace In and for
()ie Re|lresentative in Congress, iSec-i said county, at his office at orinond on the
and Iongreional Ditrith day of August, A. II., ilr2, being Rule
ond Congressional Distriet. Day. judgei.ne-nt will I*- remidered against
(lime .lJutice of the Supreline ('Court. YOU aMid your property solAd for ei'bt.
jul7-4t W. A. ltrePASM., Plaintiff.
I On .el.Sectary of Statel.| litetid this .alt daiy of J uim*', liNt.
(llu. I 'I ee k mtillt S l.l. l --.


Two Railroad C'innissionerm. An Ordiaaco to R.LgUlatel U=
Ole State Senator. 2Mth Senatorial ; Acc tance of lp'tvat. Wlal
bw0 10Cltr of )Dawtoa.
District, $341.'() 1.e It ordained by the Co('nimon Council
of I nytono:
Two uniameiler of the House of lRepi- ofhat hiaceforth no private alley, by-wity.
.seitatives, $20.00 each. re ad, s.treodt icr avenue. pInte'ttd or un latte*d.
shall lbeiacept'e''l ly thel 'laiv as i, niunlcipal
Ole Tax As.emisor, $6;.10(. thoroughfltre, uile.is thirty ur more feet
Onle Tax Collelctor. $615.4.I Ps., d first rei'ainiilay Mv 12, li2.
()Itl litviTresurer. third reulliing June' i, lr2.
l-'ive I'oilty It'iniaiimionlers, $5.14.) Approv-tl:
I- W- WIL IN-Ai i-i


. uostiutie-insist on or. carter s.- h' ,0.ih ". J, N '. nI,
TH Made only by1I 1 llo, illsI us Chamterlaill H K IN N, Nior
THE D HARTE MEDICINE COMPANY Sti;lia l nd Livr Tbllets. Thev i Thrlee Mibers of the I'ounty Hioard oel f CH AN. L lSMITH. Pr,,. of Council.
DAYTON. OHIO I'iea i.' tli et' iin lih ant regulate tie Public Instri' tion. $3.00) eallh.
* Makalso of Dr. Harter Wild Cherry Bitten. live i d bo\\ls. ff*ctiglig it quick and Notice.
Sand other well"kn t-ze Dr.lHarter+Mc |&sc u l i(). il Juslit-A 44 i ll#- tiVo ill Ill ia fo r
3 II ae'llm liV Wt la'-e. i ayUll.i- i "- By ,r. tr hiof the ('iv Council ,lt regular
F l Xl.B Di.st rict No. 2. nie'tilng. June S~1 11it, I he'relby call for
S'e'f*. al,'l leld, s oi fir.i llass river sli'l naiidl first
SOn el0'. l tall t fle tor iell of Dil trie't : C'i.ss nilirl Ist let d livered il Itie stre-,ls
THE EAST COAST OP FLolDA N"s. 1. 2. .1. r. 7. e. 9 aand 10). Where d, wthithe ilyliits, irl
EATCeeTorFORI Dla, of al.ulutic rd t'aclh, htat-'narl to be
Sr'ur e'-PARADIeEf RrgAINED.e" e'h lmr0on dsirin t<> halv, him nm urfro private pits. Alsoi to furnish
.&.PARADI n RaO w XED." 1 : i Sl s ei e le ilig tee Im ii his 11arime' bids oni IIacln its abolvee, procured frecelm 4'it .
SI f printed on thle riickmary 'le-ition Blhols i umurl pl. All l, ls to lt, miny han ds ol or
'* i fore. .Itly tI lItl. I}'sr. The C'ouincil reserves
1 Ii i'aii 'i ti foll te lier Sttite t' eilator anld lthi. rihit to r'eje".-t iVy and all llids. .11
FLORI EAST O T RAI W A Mellll the ilturn.. should d himt. 'hl'i iustio- f rr e40e %ercisor t or,'.
S,.th the i'hairuiain sof thile Staite li emto- C'ity Clerk.
ritti ,Exi-ceit H'.e Cnianitit-- 0oi or hbe- -
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect inei 8, 1902. fet' tlm-. t..,th, day of J,,n... A. D.. 1902,

SOUTHUOND-READ DOWN. .OuT --t aaW. iis lc clii'" of t'alllaid a'"me I al e lication
|if------ -.-..---- to hlavet his laililme so p|rinted,i upon
ft. 3911o. 35 MAIN LINE. t lc banik to )ie furnished liv the Chairnian Fi rs t Class W orK
S Daily D lyIly Daily of this ,Inlinittee,. and should ieoripany
S o0 p I.v ..... ..... Jacksonville .... ............ 7 ** M t the ili nee'eeipt froi' the c.-hairman
: 0 1a ) .%... ....... .....,. Jacksonville ............. Lv L p a of this emiiittee. showing that the a Dip-a
6 15 p I113,1a'............ ...... St. Auguat li.e ................... a I iyofrths Stearr
S1 p ............... ....... ...................astinge ... .. .... ... i a piliianlt hais paid t the 'ihairmian of this
I 70Op12128p ................... EastPalatka........................q4 4 I 0t
S 7 453 Pi12 ................. .... ................. .......... i F a c oimimitte' tihe siie atssesiseil a LgainLst the
i 1ip :lip.......... ......*u ..;....................:.......:: i ti. fi hih e desiresi to become a S LAUNDRY
S 8 1 lp l2 1 ...... .......... Or ond...........O....... ....... ..... 1 e a *1 Enai'lidatle.
S 8 30p, 152 i ....o.... .. Dayton .......................... *
y1. 8 39 li 2011'E .... ..... Port Orangd......... ........... .. a ach I p rson desiring to, lihave hi naitme *
< 031,1 220p ... ..... .... ..... New Smyrna .... ....... : : i i > i...........de 11 *
4 .p. 2 p ....................... Oak Hill ...................:..... .p l rinthtl oni tie I'rimiarv y Elect.ion el ailots1
3:p .. .... ...... Titusville......................... .': m' 1 .... lidate for a ny e'I"nty oefie. I
S........ .......... C ldco ........ .................... ....... j hall tile ith the hairm an of the
3-....... 10ui...e. .........Rmclediet........................... V ....... _ht
..... t .. Eau Gal e .....hlc..e -tie- 4 e..ith t... ...]'..tiv)f tile
S.. 33 ................................. ....... eo nit r tit CoIunt v i xeutive Committeie
S- on r...th.. .Lue.................. .l4thd .une.A. .,
S..... ....... .. lort ce ............................... l! n.his notice of candida y and a l-
.. y '1.C 3 .... ateb Citya ......................... 0 4ia....... ti t hi na
.... 01 ........S. TibLucie...........................(1089o....... llintitr t litle 2 i4t h n lise i It rite hD ,
S" ; i.......... .......................... S om pani li ti e e.a nid y ed in
S. .. t e ......................... 10 1 a ....... i i .
; -. 7 r i :r ........................... 10 1 a ....... ll id, tti', it I''hiid" -sopT p i t
6- ; .. ope 1und ....................... 0 S .......- I
S I ... 7 i .... estJu pit r ........................ a ....... ll ]
1 ..... ... -St Palm rtea. ................... )M a ...... b. S cle mid at l I ciml iru ar btti i.e -
1. ....Ft. Lauderdale.................... 1... ....
1 .... ... .. .....Lemon City ......................... .... g day thof sAu mesh A. l i the tw2, a ordin
| 1 3 .,, \r .. ..............M iam i ....... ..... .. Lv 6 4. 5a i..... t e al of t e Stat e o itt e; at d T
.. .. ..............s... I 6 5a .h...a'tll of the title .'onllliitte ,; and
IrFFrT rARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 93 AND 7IL sheuml lny money rail biy assttnuents W
BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. cf eailieltes remmin nmexpe'del aftir
aid primary election ior lea.tiolls, asn
No.57 N*.65 Ne.63 No.49 No.471 PALATKA No.M. 4I M 48 M. 50 1No. 54 i. e. li he .-ase.' iy lie. thle ame shaIll i. e, i e, I., Hlies ,.serve at .all iii-
Daiiy. liaijy lc.ily Dai y i Day BRA NCH. Dally Dally Daily Daily | Daily turion ,.ii' I,,,l r.; Otvst,er st.w-s am s.. mcialt y.
-I' 'gr o s- A oirnt--


7 33p b6 35
7 50 T,50555
NO. 57 No. 45
Wa~ily DUE)i

8 15 5 0
No. 231


953 '131
9 53 p 652;IL
10333 7 24
!: : 7 1-1


133 p 11 4.al625&11-v Palatk~a Arjo6306ii7a15&Uid ipj I Pi725p
4~ N T)12 05 p 643 IAr F1Pl'aatkaLvI 6600a1655& 1235 VJ I p 7059

I &yDaily
..... E&SPalatk& ...................... Ar IS555a Ia p
A-San Mateo .... ........ ...........LO M Sp
No.17 No. 5 MAYPR is 1 al,
zPOT A "any Sn
IDLaY tryyBN MOHly
i53p! 203 1,93N V.JaT&ksonville Air lil7 so0) P1 4O10 9IV
1 53 p 2C3G3$a1S)akson'll. Lv 16a Ia u pjgppi
5 30 1, 2 4Op 1010 a Pablo Beach 1 6So a a 00t I,
5 33p 2 45 p1015a 11Atlantic Bch 1I U a '14a6p
5 3 lp 302o a10 30aIA~r Mayport LYIGOOai 740&glnpIilpiiipp
ba .ae F!% er R .ute Seepiog Car operated on trains & and 22.


No. 11 SANFORD No. 121 No. 3 1No. I O m-INTC Y me. 2be. 4
.:. I BR&ANCH I I0tlly li ly Daily ANIt Dally Daily
o.> a i. .-Ti'tustlie. A 1 3 p0 110 a Lv .... N. Smyrna .ArN Iu I O p
I. s ,v ...... Mims ......Lv 107 p 3 9 p 1 21 L....Lake Helen Lv 10 4 0p
.s alv.... (isteen-t. .. v 11 63 a 4 00 p ,1 I a Lv...Orange Ci. .Lv 1 14 p
S a L .... Entrprise .... Lv 30sa 05 11 a Ar.Orange City et Lv P
:::! .)t A-.... Sanford .... Lv 1100 a. I I
These Time Tables show the times at whjieh trains may be epeted to arrive& ad deart
from the s-v.ral stations. but their arrival or depature at the ties seat "ld o mAtSeed.
iir du-s the Company huld i.elf responsible for any delay or any oonsequlea sfigthere-

Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama.
B-'iTWWJBN MXAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


T 'Ie 1 IIll t01 1 .axe. of ,eh e-tirs voting ait
'-aid prialiiry ei.tion liiilt lie paid fr JOHN I. PARKINSON.
Sthe year, i's 14lad l1 )lon or eiIfore t hie tilAt tley-at -
*i th l hl .\ i .lulA-. 1).. lHM 2. ('C lle. tioii.s i l I''r
i I'. \\. s,. C'hairiniian. Otti.e with itiii hlia
Att e.t:
\\ t i .l l' i( s. .. ti'r..ra )IA.\ mTO.A. FL.o

The Best Prescription for Malaria A Bad B
('hl l l.1'I. Fe,'r is. I II it ties if 4 I\. E A bad breath
' sii..s. (Hii.. TlOl. It it s simply A bad. breath m
Irn anI quii, ini u ta-stele.ss fi,. s, stomach, a bad d
N o I ulre. No, I'ay. I'rii. .,'d- ients. L I .. A ,
bar d 91


A Dimenter.
,':'t you like. t'.iat deaf arind
toa r) .: r'!"
"N.i. A fellow might as well
hiasclf."- I idnlitiUapllis News.


Bright Boy of Clasm Il Aritmetle.
Teacher- Jolhnie Stokes. how many
make at million?
Johiamie-Vcry few on dis earth.-
Chicago Journal.


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as Bat B f


Sanitary -

HOT WATEB sadl
Laundry Drying Pilmts
Furnie d he
All Work Done at the VTMtI

Eltimltv" C1i6
Furnished


Telephone 4


DAT


Snintary

Gaafita
Steuini and Hot Water Hl i
Eltimaiten Furnished. Work
I'. 0. Box 285
Office at European Hotel. Shop
DA YTONA. FuLnOa.





Mention this paper and ieat
Prie List. ,
Winston Dital
Winseton, N. C.
Lowest Price Whiskey



So H. Govc,
.A~i'HITKIT, BVILD.UR AND
Rkeidemce and office, northeast
Ridgewood and Vohusia a
PIhone 89. Daytona,


Ocean Hous
F. W. SAMS, ProprietM.
RatILU $2.0) per Day and p--
S|*-iPal to Regular Boardm.
NEW SMYRNA, FLaI4



HEADACHE;



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A handsomely fli.rPvted we ly. Ilw
culation of any nhitue jomad fT'





SDaytona TelephoE

Company


I Iilniietioi i with DeLal4 d, Ho|
H ill, Onrmond and Moundgrowm


It. 1). VENNIN(;.
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Ile-Land. ForidA
Will practice' in State and FederaloiIJ



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Digestion, a
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liver pills. They cure COP-
dumb stipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick headache. r Ti INll
shave 2a-. /'" 1*- .tI. is all tlih; is


r Vaut votru, I.j.r ,.abea~AUful
1 ~ riwiE fror the
BUCKINJGhAMi3LYVIh era
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A- car& 1w 0411WnUdes
bohead will be ch sd at the i.
brartes of *5 wi the exception of
ddlatre for county commimnioer and
hool board, for which $8 will becharg-
ad l, the amount i all U toaompany
Ot order for imertow of the card.

FOR T1 LaamUATIMtE.
I erewith oler myelf as a candidate
gor mreeftion to the LAgislature, w.
fat to the action of the electorm in the
gmMig prinmari. C. L. SMITH.

Iutf Ul announce to the Demo-
cmgofl Volusia count._ my candidacy
for tfe Legislature, subject to te action
D mIocratic primary July 15, and
ask for t~p iUplrt of my Democratic
fride. If nominated and reOlected I
shall use my 1est efforts to advance and
rotRt every interest of the people of
eolwM county.
THOMAS J. SPARKMAN.

FOR TAX ASeSSOR.
To the Democratie Voters of Voluia Co.:
I hereby announce myself am a candi-
date for re-election to the office of Tax
Amsemuor of Volusia County, at the Dem-
ocratic primaries to be held on July 15,
and respectfully solicit your mspport.
SAM"L B. WILuON.

FOR COUNTY WTEASiMR.
I rempectfully announce myself a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
County Treasurer of Volusia County at
the coming primaries, and solicit tle
Supliort of ny friends and Dimocrats.
J. J. VINXANT.

FOR STATS SENATOR.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
ttate -Senator for this district. sutije-t
to the action of tlw Ineim 'ratic ipriimi-
ari. I olic-it thel support of all
Democrats. F. W. s.

FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
I hereby announce nay candidacy for
re-election to the offik of County Tax
Collector, submitting my claims to the
primary election of July 15th next. I
ave endeavored to dimnharge my duty
to) the people, and promise faithful ser-
vice in the future if again honored by :ny
fellow IDemocrato. D. P. SMITH.


FOR COUNTY COnlSSIONER.
I reslectfully announce iny-.If a c.ndi-
date for re-election tthe office of County
OC'imimuioner for the 3rd Dis t. of Volusiji
County, subject to the action of tlie
ek-mocrati l pirimuaries to bie Ihel
July 1.1th. My six years exlerie.ncn
aw county commninnisiwer gives ns. as fair
knowledge of the duties ot theti otiw and
if nominated maid elected I will endeavor
to nerve the tailx buyers to the best of nmy
ability. W.H. Me mltiui:.

I herelhy announce my candidacy for
re-election a County Con missioner from
the Fifth District of Volusia county, and
solicit tlwe support of all Ie0nm1 rts in
thecoming primary. T. J. MI'ukAV.

I thank the voters of Volusia county
for the support given nie for County
Commissioner from the Fourth
Ditriet, sad hereby announce imayelf as
a candidate for re -lection subject to tlhe
asMtia of the Democ-ratic- primary to be
held July 1.'th.i T. L. RoIHmeis.

I respectfully announced myself t c-an-
didate for ru-elevtion to tlie oifiv e of
County Commissioner for tihe Second
district of Volusia County. subject to
the action of the DImocratic primutries
to he held July 1lth. and if noimniinatd
and elected I will endeavor to serve the
tax payers to thIe best of my ability.
FRAKK E. BoNM.

I hereby announce iny elf a candidate for
County Comminnioner from District No. 1.
Volusa County. subject to the action of
the Denmocratic lIrimnary to lwe held July
15, and promise if elected to serve the
taxpayers to the best o(f my alilit.
It. I. iBumok:.

For Member sd BiTsm o Po Uc aktnnctlom.
I lherel*y anniounimev amnywif a e-andidatte
for melUer of tlie Itoard of I'ulli.c
Instruction of Volusia county. to 1 W--
teed nimyelf. suhlje-t to tlie a Dlemocratc primaries Julryt !.'. a;nd aisk
the osullort of all lieno.nratO..
K F. K t ulrr.

FOR RAILROAD COtnnSSIONER.
IJrlnizing fullly tlwe right. oif the'
farmer and rienuler t .o neiort c4-onsider-
ation ai it the laniuds f tih- Floridta Rail-
rad ..e iniuission. I soli-it thl suli|loirt
of all lIelliolratts l a %.4l ierove olf tl..
de-lnaraliti of lirinciple's a- se-t fiortlh in
mily jilatform. Copli- of Aif plhtfoiiii
went to a1li itOA lv dllt 'sm.. 4 inl i I- at
West I'Z l tll IIit'. Iih. 4'l.
It. Ilatl I. lce Cn.


Daytona Ice Co.
\Wu. W\'lKIN., Man.altair.


PURE ICE

Made from mDistilled Water.


FaMctoor% i' ii 1om 1 1 7 SuInlitdays


h, III,' "


values& Awoftle saumd Ia hread-


N. ERICKSON


Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker s


lkx)ro anti Window S.-rVens, l'itture
MonsLlinwK imu.lm tio order. All kinds of


Lewend of Stanmlax Reek.
The Indian legend of the stone from
which Standing Itock gets Its name Is
as follows:
Years ago a buck and his squaw were
on a journey down the Missouri river
to visit some relatives at a distant
point. Where Fort Yates now is the
buck saw a young squaw of surprising
beauty. with whlm he fell desperately
In love. In sp!te of the tears and en-
treaties of his lawful wife he refused
to proceed on the Journey or In any
other direction, but resolved to stay
right there. The deserted squaw ex-
hausted her entreaties and her tears
and finally arose to leave the place
alone. As she did so she stepped back
in the spot where she had been sitting
and turned to stone. There she has re-
mained ever since, a standing reproach
to her faithless lord and master and to
all his kind. By a faint stretch of the
imagination the standing rock from
which the agency gets Its name can be
made to take the outlines of a woman.
Am Expresmlve Seateme*.
A C.eveland lawyer tells the follow-
ing story of an argument made by a
rural barrister before a justice in a
country court in Ohio: The case was
one In which the plaintiff qught to re-
cover damages from a railroad com-
pany for the killing of a cow. During
the course of his argument the coun-
try lawyer csed this expressive sen-
tence:
"If the train had been run as it
should have been ran. or If the bell
had been rung as it should have been
rang. or if the whistle had been blown
as It should have been blew, both of
which they did neither, the cow would
not have been Injured when she was
killed."
J-tI*n KinEle Pelttes..
The story is told of an electioneer
in Mississippi who grandiloquently re-
ferred to the old saying, "The office
should seek the man, not the man the
oofce." A few days afterward the
speaker was noticed electioneering in
old fashioned style. Being called down
and asked about his assertion of a few
days before that "the office should seek
the man." he replied: "I still maintain
my position. The office should indeed
seek the man, but. sah. the man should
be around when the office is looking
for him."
"mReousc smemt.
"Miss Birdie," stammered the young
man. "I-1 feel that I can no longer
disguise the sentiments that I-you
must have noticed my preference for
your society-and-have I said too
much. Miss Birdie',"
"Not yet. Mr. Bashful." replied Miss
Flypee encouragingly.-Chicago Trib-
une.
It Is true that the busiest man is the
happiest man. but he often doesn't
have time to realize It.


A Celebrated Goa..
On April 2s, 1772. there died at Mile
End ia celebratedd goat. She had been
twi-ce round the world, somewhat of a
feat in those days. once on the discov-
ery ship loolphln, under Captain Wal-
lis, and once on the Endeavour, under
Captain Cook. She was admitted to
the privileges of an in-pensioner of
Greenwich hospital by warrant of the
lords of the admiralty, but before she
could avail herself of the honor she
died. l1r. Johnson wrote a couplet
which the distinguished animal for
some time wore round her neck.-Lon-
don Opinion.

DOINGS AT HOLY HIll.

Mrs. Wethenre ll and C[hia. Wthbertll
te 'ok ldvl" talglico' tf lhe exilrsion tio At-
lanta last week. They had a very ipleas-
1tilt trip anid returned homile ion Monday.
I1r. Carter, of Tallalias.e. is hen- ion I
i.-it. If arrived on Tiuesdlay ;iand ex-
I'I.ets ito stjay aleout t\t w veks.
.Irs. Jolh stone of Kissinii,,ee. i vi-sit-
ing her sister, Mrs. Malbbette.
UV. II. Heath is away with ithe lauinc.l
To'nokai having lien elligged Iby the'
surveyors iln cotnnletionl with i- t aiinal.
Tmh. old settlers smile w hen they talk iof
the canal hUeimng finished.l, but we hope to
see it completed this time. Mr. iHeatha
inttends putting a new Hnud inoir power-
fill engine in the Toimoka when slhi will
le oue of the fastest boat onil thle river.
Dr. Morden paidl us a viMit this woe'k.
()n thle evening of thel Fourth Mrs. lHar-
ris and Mrs. A. iI. Carter most plelas-
auntly entertainedd their Holly Iliil friends
mlUd a few fromm lftaytoina. who \were re-
graled upion i te n''i tiand cake.

Of what doe -, a head taste in yvoiurl
mouth remind you"* It inldicates that
your stonich is in had roniditioii aMid
wjll remind you that there is nothing so


THE B l ELLS.
A COstem too neaSO t.h
Bells were ly taptisaed like
.illireu. a emtom with -e,441 ex.
tint In the Roman church. ia Is
probably not a primitive practice and
cannot be traced further back than the
reign of Charlemagne. At is first dis-
tinctly mentioned In the time of Pope
XIII. (588). when be gave his own
name to the great bell of the Lateran
church. Sleldan gives an *kctunt of
the ceremonial to be observed.
"First of all. the bells must be so
hung that the bishop may be able to
walk around them. When he has
chanted a few pr-alms In a low voice,
he mingles water and salt and conse-
crates them. diligently sprinkling the
bell with the mixture, both Inside and
out Then be wipes It clean and with
holy oil describes on It the figure of
the erom praying the while that when
the bell is swung up and sounded faith
and charity may abound among men.
all the snares of the devil-ball, light-
ning. winds, storms-may be rendered
vain and all unseasonable weather be
softened. After he has wiped off that
croes of oil from the rim he forms
seven other crosses on it. but only one
of them within. The bell is censed.
more psalms are to be sung and pray-
ers put up for Its welfare. After this
feasts and knqluetings are celebrated
just as at a wedding."-Gentleman's
Magazine.


Whistler's Tart Comment.
Whistler one afternoon called on a
young painter of his acquaintance who
did the pretty little sort of things that B JJ
are popular. In the course of the con-
versation that followed the young art-
lst turned to a little head he was
painting and. daintily balancing a
square palette by one corner between ugh and
two finger tips, took a fine sable brush
and as daintily began to tickle a piece Lum ber
of bad drawing Into a "sweet expres-;
@ion." saying: FloO i
"A pleasant art. ours, isn't It, oorinl
Jimmy?" Brick, Li
"Yes." was Whistler's response. "but
what are you doing, Frank?'" Offices and Yards: Eas
"Oh." said the young artist, "I am
painting a replica of a little thing some
one liked because, you know, I can al-
ways sell two or three of the same
subject. if it's a taking one."
"Ah!" commented Whistler, "you
must be a genius. Frank, and I. alas.
am like the simple tinded hen who. M T
when asked to do so, protested that shell
could not lay the same egg twice!" It' ll r1 Flnorild


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A PREMIER.

meAfsa m t lhamomt. L
Ldea North was the sleepqng
-%*A-*-o t the ighteueth w r
He was forever awning in the fates
oet member and their peeche. mMla
and White sys of him that Indinant
oratrs were constantly complaining
of his refusal to listen to them, and he
sras never at a lose in subjecting them
to the further humiliation of a sharp
retorL
"Bven now in these perils the noble
lord Isto asleep" burst forth an angry
member of the o t0lton., and Lod"
North awoke In time to murmur, "I
wlsh I were!"
Again be md to another grumbler,
"The physician should never quarrel
with his own medicine."
To a speaker who Impeached him of
all aorts of crimes and called attention
to his dosing through the attack Lord
North rejoined:
"It is cruel to deny me the solace
enjoyed by other criminals-that of a
nlght's rest before they meet their
fate."
The best story of the sleepy premier
is that connected with a peer who
bored parliament with a history of
shipbuilding from the time of Noah
and his ark. North began dosing at
the mention of the ark and slept until
the speaker reached the Spanish ar-
mada. Then a colleague woke him.
"Where are we now?" asked North.
"In the reign of Queen Elisabeth."
"Dear, dear!" exclaimed the prime
minister. "Why didn't you let me sleep
a century or two more?"


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Piano Moving a Specialty.


It is a Fact


That we have the ftinet assortment of
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II The Nation's
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Tree That Turns to Stome. Whliy luv iiii rt l There Is a tree that grows in Mexico alI othlerdru' ,gs, when'.i 'mua 'in haI'' lh, iI''i- l'lril;da leaf at a five-cent price?
called the "ciijol," or stone tree. It is !lx ,off2--.. 41 )
of enormous proportions, both in cir. Ito f ............... FRE BY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS.
eumference and height. It has a num-
ber of branches spreading out widely. S W R O W L E Y SAN IM ATLEO,
and carrying leaves of a yellowish W .RL Y D bLOi.IDA.
green color. The wood is extremely
fine and easily worked In a green state.
It is not given to either warping or
splitting. The most remarkable thing HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
about It is that after being cut the 1. (iODWIN, Proprietor
wood gets gradually harder, and In the
course of a few years it is absolutely
petrified, whether left in the open air
or buried in the grotu:id. From this
timber houses can be built that would
in a few years beconit completely fire-
proof and would last is long as though
built of stone.


The Hairpin lu, Surgery.
The hairpin as a surgical instrument TF TIN
Is treated quite seriously by a physlt. i' NE
clan who, writing in a technical jour-
nal, names fifteen different ways in
which it may be used in an emergency
to ease pain or even to save life. For Near Boid
example, it .ight serve as a probe, as
a surgical needle, in place of a drain. -
age tube, to remove foreign bodies, to
compress a blood vessel or to close a
uiiidflld


"One hair of a woman can draw more
than a hundred pair of oxen," wrote
old James Howell almost three centu-
ries ago. It may be that some of the
virtue of the hair goes Into the pin.
Ready to Take .Hld.
"He told me it would probably be a
bitter fight," said the man who had
just been to see a lawyer.
"But he convinced himself of the
Justice of your cause." suggested his
wife.
"Well. no. not right away." replied
the prospective litigant. "lie first con-
vinced himself that 1 had money
enough to make the fight."-Chicago
Post.
beforee the Ark.
Noah's ark is generally supposed to
be the earliest ship of which we have
record, but there exist paintings of
Egyptian vessels immensely older than
the date, 2840 B. C.. usually assigned
to the ark, being, indeed, probably be-
tween seventy and eighty centuries old.
Moreover, there are now in existence


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Hammocks


in Egypt boats which were built atoutt R
the period the ark was constructed, e i g e r to
Saw a Bad Barcgal. frigerators
Minister (to new janitor-Johu I ex Gasoline St ves
pectto exchange pulpits with D. Smith G sl ne yes
next Sunday. C
John-Well, sir, if you'll take my ad- Ice Cream FreeZers
vice you won't do it. I've seen lDr.
Smith's pulpit, and it's the most worn. Are Summer Necessties A F
out piece of furniture in town.--Chk'a- S-- ummer Nece. AF
go News. T F I 7 T W /


Exelaslveness to Be Malntataed.
Ping-Are Mrs. oit Styles' entertain-
ments very exclusive.
Pong-Well, I should say so. She has
just made application to have the con-
versation of her guests copyrighted.-
Baltimore Herald.

Health is so necessary to all the du
ties as well as pleasures of life that
the crime of squandering it is equal to
the folly.



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Steam and Hot s

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OCEAN STE AMHIP
,"Savannah Line."


Sby S. McClr FAST FREIGHT AND LUXURI
Sthe psl fthatcolosalworkof New York. Bost
Uto the Universal. Royal and
Imperial Art Dictionary, may be found
Mil ftflowinVlntereting. paragraph:
oeey Called Van Dordrecht from t:
Cay =d fellow student of t y ,:., I, t
d mee famous member of that fmii:-.
be eels in the depiction of erttl. gr.,zi:O.
All of which reads ord::'r;:1y e-*; (
marl one looks up **Johi:i::i.s Ki.
iysen. called Van lo:'dreciit." S:: J
eda that such an uart- i*. c THRi-%HI.4S
It all beCan in the courts -tlIe rpoui I -
Of the Philadelphia Daily l:s: -;eO .
mtsr. We were discussing the f';- ,
_11 for the coming week when -i s----' -
nem ptoa strode in. Now, Jack Fram p-
I was an Englabshman, something of BY LAND Al
a art critic on The Disseminator. IIt ShorP Rail Ride
ON &ted a column as intermittent as Sh r t i. l
a lria and nearly as sweeping. As THENCE via Palatial
g art be honestly held that th Sailings f
Oe Hving writer at all worthy of at- li Wfo
t-was-JohnSedleytFrampton. THREE SHIPS I
JiU Cha y, our Sunday supplement
S lor, nothing better than to preo Ne. t kit .,,.. e..onncctiois \"
aeet pta.f for the feet of the self
e lilfnt pampton. But a nmagiti- iin, t All tioit i. sailingat sredlesl with
e trat ofa the latter, a national trait geI iWM ti l, -. iiliig en'rldile. tI
was that he never knew whe l. A KNS. er A t.
he was beaten and often succtelded ia I'. I-; I.:I.\'I-III. Manager.
Sthables thet funomakers. N'w i'ior" :lt. Nl't llRi
& tais particular afternoon Framp- .1. W. % llKINSON..
tw fmS In the throes of an art
gtinim and smiled superciliously.
Jh uaffei turned toward him with
a appalnm air. ro
eOh, Frampton!" he exclaimed.
erm's tepbenaso claiming that the Richmnond Wasi
~dc CVu wa a better artist than Philadolphki -oston
irel MnMA" Aohevillo CHatta
a suya m 1"' repeated the critic. Cincinnatl St. Lo
TI, Johannes Knoophuysen. tlic Detroit Clveld
UM piBnter. Of course you know all CHica|
41b hm."
T-M e asteson of doubt on Framp-
.U@a faee was only momentary. If lie a
atrer owned to defeat, neither did he
-fM to Ignorance. t
Ma Knoophuysen" he said. "Yes.
e comae I know all about the old fel-
W-Mwe painter, very fine. His work hUR
S an respect s equals that of Claude H AR I-
,alatee. He to particularly good in the ROUTE OF TNE CELr
tmutmost of golden sunshine, and his
approach Paul Potter's." T e Southe n's
'Kipbwyen has been shamefully
ls Atli ." aid Chuffey earnestly. The W ashington,
"reis iht to write a screed about him Florida
ft yyew column, Jack."
"m"" observed Frampton, his brow The New York and
d-l s-in. "I haven't much time
tolkt lum up. Suppose you write mc aO
a bhre W goraphy. and I'll run over It
m M HIt for next Sunday's paper." The Chicago and
ml thak Knoophuysen's masterpiece Th I iS
ti T H ow and Calf In a Hligh The Florid
Vt.l" rv ventured Stephenson at this TIO TE M rTI
9h-esae!" snapped Frampton.
1t. Cattle Fair on the Canal' i? Pullmaa Sleeping Car Line
lanf tl superior. Lord St. Munge Asheville, through "The Land of
SMIt It in '00 for O3000." Through trains via The Sou
Dews went "The Cattle Fair" and connection with the Plant System
oThC w and Calf" on Jim Chuffey's Pullman Sleeping Cars and H
Maslir of Knoophuysen. Next Sun- trains.




B lht ne after that a notable pub. S. K HARDM =C
MtM eboare of the metropolis coin-l puthm A-at d
need the compilation of the Univer. GSifl Peaers Agent
lh, Loyal and Imperial Art Dictionary. Vathtitglot ,). C
It wal destined to eclipse all othef i wrvR 15. 100n.
easehm. PFrampton took it as a mat.
Ar aoft roae when he was chosen ed -
Mr of the publication. THi: sie-T : .itEINA MI:uTi Fo(i -Ti TII-.
In ee s.e of time the great dictionary Mr. F. 11. , ei, and there, to his Intense de- Park Long Island. N. V says nroin- Im
b, Chufey found the foregoing bl mend ('haninl,.rtaimi"- I'tiii liltit ams 1i1'-
off Johannes Knoophuysen bet linihient f, tr sil;liii'.. I use-l it la.-t
Wo Johnht K u w inter for a s .v,.r1, I itn niit-ss iii tile sihi ,
Swas the ingenious Chneyms op 1,1 w .ithi th,. tuirik rlif amid 'ilre, it
pstuty. He selsed pen and ink an! e,,ffec-tel. Fr salh by All lh'uist.
way indicted a stirring letter l i
l Thteasel, a famous organ of inter The Tramp Heady For Anr'Job.
mtumal art. The letter called atten The gay eat applies for 5a Job where
Mn to te name of Knoophuysen it he hears men are wanted, he knows
new dietiomary and roundly de not for what. "r'an youldrive four?"
dsked that mo such person bad evei asks the boss. It maybe the hobo
5-. doesn't know whether ithIs four nails
S Hae oUld not let that pan or four tent stakes he lstto'drive, but
Met Vah he appeared in print witi lie confidently answers:'"sure thing:
a astan of Knoophuyaen's Identity Had a jol, elrlvinmm four. last month
9c a ution coincidence he had actual at "" ;U. of the 10,000,places he las i
If IIkt5d spon the name among a lisl ireii tee. so lie can :zsxsw7r questions if
o bsem Dutch painters in the seven the boss is inrlin4ed to put them), and
Wnuth eestry. and this flimsy fact hi!j tihe n,,xt nuoruiung. fimling the "f'mr"
,yguni Imgalnation expanded into le is to i, .inv( are ilpsr's. he contilen-
uho v really sounded plausibk tially ;ippr'.>;ilies a fellow e.nllloyce
*l^sb with. "Say. Ilud. shlowv mie how to put
C replied under several differ the hm:mnrmss ohm thim |rugs. will youY':
EM sHam, sometimes supporting Asl;ked if lie Imiw le<> h \\" i, un.ikewatclhes


GMat =ercombating. the Knoophuy r ildyi nm ite <'t rtrit .s. he would doubt-
-- tOlry. Several well known art h,.--- ..;y hedid. lie i111ht fail at ei-
tleSs took part In the controversy tier, IuIt lhe would not :weakly dellny
jMe spread to England and even t< hiinis elf aIn li,1iort(ltiry toltry. This is
tsestlaeLt. Matters looked bad fom not true of nil. but it Is a distinctive
Vuaspteo's side of the question at first trait blorn (of necessity in men that seek
Whom a lundon dealer produced tw( employment in anmLy and-various fields.
gebIme Knoophuyaens. When a Paris -i.esli.'s .iuuthlv. .
eaBdetbr displayed the original "Co -- -
sad Calf of Knoophuysen van Dor ,, \\i \ \ \k\
eckt and sold the same to a Chicag( It ,,1i i,. i i:,.-..l ,,, it 1 -i.- u. .l,,i| l..k
UIttmaire the tide began to turn. li- In ,.i, !"- \.ti ;ilr. I.hlie- e'. i rl.iiii2
At length Frampton's "Monograph o0 tirein the <1. I-llli.ttinue c-..e e' nie i n..lri
the LAts of Johannes Kuoophuysen" I T.'ath,-. 'I'l .- I\'IIil, appeared and convinced many doubt ;a t",ic is- i,.lI.+l I hat \\ill .r-.t.* i
IM thouch the dispute raged ever' i'**'tlhIu Iti.'11'.. mit ka ,iik i'",,n1 l rII't.l.l
Slm Isercely. There were Knoophuy I,., t, t.L11 ,,. I, ;tl illil*,rt lilt! r, l
lt \ I' t 1 I tl, \. I l' ll, r ,inr <\\ il\
gmits a d anti-Knoophuysenists. anc ,,i,,*. ,- t,,. .ti\,.,, ,, ,,i .., ..
S he ethlsiastic founded the Knoop II .I i'i ?,iti. I'',r i.,,l \ ,v.
h e3 e Art school. Ilit.i hi'ti'\ K;Ii \\;r. : I -.\0'
Jm Chuffey was balked after all ii-.l IIi.rhi.fI i ,i. llst 12 .nd. i11,
Wamptoe has come out with flyiun: n!tiliilit lI. ''ril: t.in i-.I iL. It '\.-
aloms He is now the prosperous ed r,. ,ii.,ll.l ., i.' I Ic, Nl\\,\nii.
War o an art journal devoted to the K:" c '"i t .1 I .1'"",
fteh school and to Knoophuysen it
arSome Uiouncr Singla.
Ald that wu bow "Johannes Knoop I ThC foloiw i"g is a m iuile of the sort
h so. commonly called Van Dor of I'-ttr's a c.-rttxii j ,Ill known 11111
ON st." dwmed upon the world of artI lishl r e.ften r-ceic\es fromin persons de-
OERALD BRENAN. I rous tef ha\itng their iinuits go down
to posterity as successful writers of
gumaer complaint is uiil-nltiy b>lolm.s:
imnAat among children tlhii so -,en 11i,,r Sir-1 have to song \.ith wirds and
A Twe developed ca *- in time writt-er.- mu.. i tompost.d nmy elf which h.as
lnly wasi cured last week ily t i" t inll- n,, r l]: ''e l'ublished i would like Oiu I. i
l:v -l, ni frmrn In i," h y If. I1i to J ;at.
Iy ase of Chamberlain's (oclih- t'iol.-ra s4.i.- ,,ri. i ifrit :.. Ih, e ;.t: inill a.t ,\
sdRDiarrhoea femedy-on of tlitel.st son g th music" is \\al'z time and the icth-
ediiI r iI r it, ;amniBe I oth ar lI- h i 'las nmuil-i
I edltkin tes iantltfa rvti -d an1 n\,t r',..n on the- i n.,rkt I have \\ro\,-,
w is il Iways keptt on Imllaid at fit. stilgs all my i:ft I'Lit this i2 s my li; -t


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Sound' u f Waiortim.
A .i -ro o i w.ais iT i Il li".ilit of ir '-
Ing lii n mcI11n1c tis "'N ;ieni dine'zza7 Itiet-
tikc-d ';i h.izz:t .i ii:. IIl;ii .l:if;ac Max-
well Ibi\owni." iii-ipronouitinmig Inearly
every word.
The sound (if wolds lthas a great at-
trac'titon for thli negro. and he uses
lheml I re-girilliss iif theii r ieuniiiiig.
A ni'rlio wiinwiix.' i w\is with diflivulty
pre\ iieted friiin a i:s ri her child "'Crui-
'lAix." tlhe smind oif the word attracting
A negrot pr.'ach(,r in a sermon de
chl:ired vmintieally:
"1 cinmes not to contaminate any oth-
(r stt 't"-repiated still more emphlatie-
ally "1 ('omes nt to coniitnimitite anyi
othiir sect; I I iine-s to exonerate your
mindii "- Indeltendenit.
Bumaneso and Policy.
"And now. miry son." saiid the father,
"as you are :1l4t. t to go into business
for yuIrself, it is well] ftr yvu to re-
Iinw'ner that hiiilesty is the best poll-
cy."
"Yes. f;.'hlir." smaid tlic iulile youtn l,
"Tli:tt hl(onity is thel best policy,
and." conlintucil thli iold in. "if you
will study up lithe liws you will be sur-
prised to iind how\ mii1iiy things you
cain do In a Ibusiness way and still be

Not whnt l l- M-:nret.

tj d,, ;In v'rt: 1:l,. \., g. ro'.ll\t ;i y d l
0:1 t1mill lll thl t 1tl. l c lh .ci r .x!ctl thv '
opi.,ici-h I, \\ % ; lt lie v htIl h1,-ciI n ric,' ih .
"'W h\ l \.V it \ h r0l:'t t 'iltn ll .*aru se,"
he rrt :.,I:n \; \IsItl.
"itl 1 t. l" -
".. ll 11 I li,:. l ht\ rc nc tr:lll.r. 0l
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Nine-

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The Great Through Car Line from Florida--C.-nnectionm:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charlemton, Richmond
Jasj t The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
W est The Southern Ry. via Jensup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nanhville via montgumery.
W s V The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
E st New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Mer-hants and Miners Transpor
station company for Btaltinmore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


'To Key West and Havana,!via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia. (apeBreton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Athlanti' amid I'lant Steanisip Line for Halifax, lawkesbury and Charlottestowi.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will Ile on sile until Sept. :;), to the principal reports throughout the country,
linilitel to return (Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to
goo. andil |iro'lr information will Ie given.
Something New
Siiimiinnr excursion rate to Wamhingtom. D. C.. from Daytona $44.30, with 15 day
transit limit in each direction. tic-kets limited to Oct. 31,. 14MW2. Interchangeable
miiileanre tickets good over 13:.(MK) miles of among the principal railways in the
southern states. are on sale lby the principal agents.
For moinplet.- information call on W. F. J.1BB, ticket agent, or address
I`. M. .1 L.LY. Division l'as.nger Agent. 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida,
T. M. F:M IS104 N. M. :. ME R4M)N, W.J.(CRA!1..
Trauilm Mcnnlne*r Asst. Trntflc Mainager (;en. Pass. Agt.
Wtilminigton. N.V'.


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Air Line Railway.

CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


Th'ie- Shoirte'stIRouite.


The lBest Line.


I ~~Di~ mlde Ic l); i ervive, Invinlding Suiidavs to0
SA A NN\A H. COLI.1MMIA. CAMDEN. sot TIIERN VINE.S. RICHMI~OND, 0
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A. 0.0m.Gn us gn.JcmilF~rd


*. I had leeen troubled a'year, off aind on. with colistipation, Ibil-
iousness and sick headaches. Nothing senimed to dli> me any giooid.
(4hoi. day a friend asked nme what tihe trouble \t;.s. When I told
hin I,,- roemeiiiii.ndedl R 1' A N'NS Tabul-.. That -veningIl g- t a
hoi\. anil after the sePicond lox I l ewgan to f.eel -io 'inh i.relief tIhat I
kept n il with tlhem.. I have. Rians T1'all's al waiys ill thi.e ise
nllow\ ;i1 carry a pce:ikag' of tinii in mly 'ik-lt.




At diruggi-ts.
T'lhe IFive-C'nt pai-ket is enough ftior an ordiiiiiry occasion.
The family i .,ottlc. (60 i-PlIts.. o0iitaiiis a
supply fior a year.




Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
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CUT OR SHAVE to IBEAI


eI HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

RD UUATES thUverS, tmahnd towels,
i ses theSystem, Prifiestihe Bol.d
URES Malaria, iliousms, Cnstlpat,
SWeak Stomach and Impaired Dipgstion.

Eery Ofttle aialed to She Sitisfiln.W
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MALLORYN

LINES P

through tickets to New York, Philadelph
%ew Haven, New London, 8tonilgtg%
'rovidence, Fall River, Boston and
eTHERN POINTS
IA ANY OTHER LINE. Three tesa~
ig .liwksonville aw follows:
.........10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
.......... 3:15 p.us.
.......... 7:40.p.im. (Fast Mail.)
auve Daytona 5:29 am and
making cloMse connectionfs.
rams, reservations, tickets, etc., addmru
Ag e.n 220 Wept Bay Street,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Iocal Agent, Daytona, Fla.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS



Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chicago and Florida Limited' iRain
and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping ears
Tlih "Chii'agzo and Flhorida Iinmited" is ttihe quickest train from St. A
and .Iin-ksonville to Chlattanooga. Nashville. Louisville and Chicago with
finest lwser-vation and I)mrwingrooni sler-s.hlr., dining cars, ete., through
chanlgrn'. The falimous **I)ixi- Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta n
Martin to St. Louis withlit chailge. -
For inforni:ition n-lative to rates, s.elllulle. etc., or for sleeper reservatiolm, wdlitb

C. E. HARMAN. ;enI. Pass Agent. E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pa.mAt
Atlant.l (;a. Jacksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH. Traffic MNIjmnair. Nashville, Tenn.





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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN

JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
willingg at Clharleston. S. 1'.. lboth ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Il)inT't Serviei Ill.t w\v -n
JACKSONVILLEX, BOSToN AND PUROVIDLNCZ,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
C';lltin ;Ir t C iarlJ.I stoii Ikieth Wayvs.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound
Northbound


... ... .............. ....From Lewis' W harf,
... from foot Catherine street, Jadkooe vft


CLYDE'S ST. ,JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOpl'l IN t .T i'.\. .\TK i\. A'O ST. A IllN S. BERESFORD, (DIrLA l)
itI.11 ESI'IUINI;SanIl lIt.-rmlilt I.:HndiL.ng on Son rt. AOHN'S RIVER.


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.Ite 1,1i)i1\ illo- ic) St ilis and il achlk-1-ixi ml-Ie Ili t~i V1 i Iivic41 1114 mak iing
t 1.,i 111144i1i o hil;I t l Nmi~i ihle' within sleoedloilir eATs Ild Icll. l ac dI .ic l im illlIiht I.
SIll%' N11il1', at fileellia\ mIst 'A V.& W .tS1,16 111': I ltiV tcclcI. 1. i'c\Tur tuiild Va g'i'e.
i'lm' cmiti cpie.ie- .? 'im i~m-lsecri ill.-tue! Macc ien
Nil. 2-11ivE. ;\prtiv=-Stsicle'at sall V. \ &Vt Icew11 tel Isi.eIcill* Nitike-s iiii
mee-ci'cmifi ,fill-thIk enclt\'- et aliii cii c't.'ue u cllh- i!MtIci
4 c.lihec.4'itIii ilteil. ;tel ~e~ui l' .ith iell 1.hrtit "ndI rccllltioluis c1It te115.~cit
Ait, iJIi. eee i Mi c1i&I Va l l atsh4 iit Kit.s
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Io \ N% .,I tlra%. hau iiit.~ all t-ia- f ur-I
tunle.- "A


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tV i. Irry N. 'lI A\tlid l 'iv it-ks. n

Whenucnte WAeltght~i ordn. Jl a IAesi iAn% MO.e4e:1t1Y l fi t .I' %la t14 liOishIiii
T1e it i an wI toi c-i Wi nIs(-:Irry the .-, -


C'A P T 1 1.I' hL B R O C K


is ,4 I Al' V l N it SI% s A .1V l.1.('ows:
Icave FI')t atiherline SI rl.t. .Iick-,it\ ill, ..... T'1'ii. 'i lys- ;r Il Stt urdayrs at 5:00 p.-.
lja've SanfIo rl..... ... ... ................ .. .. I. \1,,11lihe s m1111i Thulrsdays at 3:00 a-m.


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

A\ .11.\(G1-: TlY. EI t'n I':i-- l t.. "' 1 11 NMl 1 q;Kl.t..l(.. Asst.Geln. l'ais.A. t
19 Statl., St .No'.\ rk 2,'1 \\V.-t1 I;:e St.. .lIaeksomi ille. Fl
' OS 1 i IIll .I.Y. I,..ial I -'l. t l .' I.LE I.I...\--t. -Fla. NSitllpt..
I'o)t H ,O.'IaI St.. .l1;k'oii\ i l., I' I ,;emi St.. .lacksonville.
S.1I 1 I. I 1ll \ .\IA : SiP. ritii;t.ti l.nt.
THiEO. 0. EAGER, Wtl P. CLYDE & CO.
lihnereal Maiti.'arr G(-tne-ral AI.\r.Nlt.
C'hlw-44 nio.lth iiUilling. lP Sta tt St I I',i.-1it, littry Y 'ark. N\ew York.
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WATERPROOF


SIGNS


Ary Business



I Cent eacb in 1000 Lots


243 North Beach Sttect


Sold by Dr. J. M. Joes.


ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD


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