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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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 26, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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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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GAZETTE-NE


Dayton&. Florda.Jly 2 6. 1902


YOU ARE IN NEED
m not forget that we keep onem of the best brand.. It has
erueial test of the Beach, and not found wanting. There i
f .calnt MASURY'S. We keep on hand a good supply of Oils,
m n. Floor Dresing, Dry Paints, Putty' etc.
|J iviaow evey few days invoices of new goode in Crockery,
Galvanised and Tinware.
itbg o trouble for us to show goods.


MASON (. WALL 0CO


W. H. EDMONDSON, Manager.


119 ~th Beach Street,


'Phone 9.


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MEE A AT LAST.
Pluvius lant Monday opened
of the heaven and the rains
poured forth. They have con-
about every day this week, and
Sigreedily absorbing the
It han been several months
,!maall to speak of has visited
section of the country.
have not existed before
ordigto tie recollections
dM-- the odest re idents.
in Daytona have suffered
Ihfrom the long "dry spell;"
Ai beome so corrugated that in
S a they will practically hare to
This applies particularly to

sue in the iatwoods between
te St. Johns river hae cuff-
imp, g me uher of them dy-
Mst. For several weeks past
ws Wbea thsee is usually too
w alw aIve~wme dry as tinr,
o-w ano been obliged to
H stock to where there w



a bright boy to learn the
rl; with a Might knowl-
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I OSTAL CUBS.

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ken the ste teral-
of unpacelled and

Sba s r wae ao& redeemed,
avse beea aUowed to enamel
*as ld to the manufacture
eMeards in some instances
has caused an appneriable
the weight of the cards.
older takes elect August let,
the payment of 75 per
S the faevalue of cards. The or-
is asompaniea4 by instruction is-
Wi by Third Assistant Postmaster
l Madden, in whietA he says that
B rgas of carde will not be re-


EXCURSION RATES TO MIAMI.
Beginning on July 28th, and continu-
ing for four days, the citizens of Miami,
will hold a jubilee in celebration of two
important events in its history-the 6th
anniversary of the granting of it charter
as a city, and the recent congressional
appropriation of $300,000.00 for deep-
ening the harbor.
Miami is the southernmost point
reached by rail in the United States. It
is a rapidly growing city of 3,000 popu-
lation, and is the chief center of the sec-
tion which produces the bulk of vege-
tables supplied to the northern markets
in winter. From this source the farmers
derive a net profit of from $300 to $500
per acre.
The railway lines south of Charleston
and Atlanta and east of Mobile have
made a rate of one-and-a-quarter fare for
the round trip to Jacksonville and from
Jacksonville to Miami and return the
fare in only $7-50. From Daytona to
Miami and return the rate is $5.15.
The citizens of Miami are preparing to
-rtain their visitors with amusements
of various kinds.
Many distinguished persons, including
Governor Jennings and tne Florida sena-
tor and representatives in Congress are
expected to be in attendance.


PORT ORANGE ITEMS.
Lake Bryant from Smiths Creek eft
mvefal days in town last week. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, of &rant,
regardd county, who have been visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Parrot, returned
home .ast Friday.
4. I.Wrell. of 8pruce Creek, spent Fri-
day and Saterday in town.
Mr. Gove was down several times last
week looking after the work on Col.
Roe's house.
Major C. M. Bingnam and sister dprpw
Ilown, called on friends and visited the
old sugar mnill.

A large party drove down from Sea-
breesedaturday.
Mr. Bembert and son drove over from
Forte Bead and have rented Doctor
esltrr's cottage for the season.
oys got up ar, very pleaIant
,daaSriday evening of last week?
Oliver Chifton was in town last Fri-
day.
Mi Ida Lourcey, of New Smyrna is in
town, she came up to help take care of
her grandmother, Mrs. Matthews, who
ie quite iN at Misa C. M. McDaniel's.
There am said to be a good many
manatee or sea cows in the river here.
Yowtor l)uBois started Thursday
morning for his grove on lake lerres
ford.

of Daytona Special School district for the
year ending June th, .lw.
Am't on band at ast rert oZ.W
received from Collector ...
.. tditlon, etc... IS.S1
Total receipts.. ... S1.6
Amin't paid on teachers' sleries... S 31U.2
S for r ar ........ ..
a n furniture.... .........
el am...... ...........
all o-lier purpae ..13
Total exglesdinrw MU

C. M. BINGHAM, ta., Sec'y.


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tnued patronage and

you good wili by ve-
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OF LOCAL IREST TO ALL
D. D. Rogers hen down the coast
this week survey
Hon. Chas. L. 8 was a visitor to
St. Augustine Moi
J. C. Pettepher ,w the electric
at the electric light.
.,Try some om e delicious fresh
fruit piea at the Gtg Bakery.
Stephen Wilder ed from Cincin-
nati last Sundaya visit with his
mother.
Mr. 8. H. Ray daughter, Zelia,
visited with relatiVd friends at New
Smyrna several dajt week.
Trout, bam. cavahd choper are
biting very freely ttays, and a num-
ber of good catches been reported.
L. H. White has ded of his stock
of groceries. He wkain in Daytona
and, we understanding in the cul-
ture of Irish pototoe
James Rix will shE commence the
erection of a residenhis lot on Pal-
metto avenue. A. night has the
contract for its coneson.


Miss Ora V. Smith to St. Augus-
tine Monday, whe will take a
course in the railroa4ital and pre-
pare herself for a trairse.
George Spaulding's-nce at Blake
was totally destroyefire Monday.
It is thought that theaught from a
spark from a passing motive.
Major J. N. Bradshf Orlando, ac-
companied by his fant spending a
few weeks on the beaMajor Brad.
shaw is clerk of the citourtt Or-
ange county. -
at.The Burgoyne hot 84 by 560,
on Valley street, peniris for sale at
$2,000; or for rent at per month.
Apply to any agent.
Miss Julia Caldwell, I bIeen suf-
fering from hemorrhagic the lungs
for the past ten days. i much im-
proved, and strong are enter-
tained for her recovery.
IWFresh bread everting at the
Gramling Bakery. It's too.
F. N. Conrad returnee his trip to
New York last SaturdaW left again
Tuesday for DeLand. e will
probably remain for abjnonth tak-
i the place of Cashier while he
is away on his annual vi.
I-,It's about time to of having
your house fixed up. K Gwinner
are artists in painting wper.hang-
ing-better consult them
Moore Brothers haveeceived a
lot of summer shirts, wh, now on
sale. Every kind of patine would
wish for is among the om those
very pretty neat pattBp to the
wider stripes, can be seehes? Why,
they are right, of course.
I). P. Mrrison has busy this
week superintending the action of
a large ice box in his .gr He ex-
pects.to put in a stock Ph meat,
commenqhig next week.d McCol-
oin. an expert meat cutill be in
charge of this new depart
giWGet your pastry atgramling
Bakery. 'Tis much eansi baking
your own pastry this wakther.
Commencing the 28th 0 month
the F. E. C. Ry will allowgnees of
carload lots of freight 72 (n which
to unload the cars, the tinmencing
at ten o'clock on the day be ear is
received. This is a point ias been
a bone of contention bettie com-
pany and the lumbermen (the line
for some time, the lumbe claiming
that twenty-four hours wi~hort a
time in which to unload tIl.
g London fashion clot4 Smith
& Son's.


The city council held mourned
meeting Monday evening~hich it
wl voted to commence p6'olusia
aoue at the railroad crowd wo*rk
west. paving it to Beach. The
paving wll be 25 feet vm the
raHroad to First street; from
Firet strnt'to Ridgewood;; from
Ridgewood to Palmetto awnd 16
feet from )Palmetto aven Beach
street. Two-thirds of thlof the
improvement will be abe o the
holders of abutting property
@aDelicious home made 6t the
Gramling Bakery. Better teof it.
The City Fathers are at, in a
diimman as to what to do Beach
street. It is the consenstpinion
that Beach street needs flxil needs
it bad. But just bow to dr what
puzzles the wise mon of Dai The
street fund is running v- and
while one-third can be asso the
holders of abutting proper city
has not enough funds so 9 even
that part of it, let alonea the
other two-thirds. We are ed by
a member of the council t city
will probably be obliged tow the
money to make the impro' The
council has been very econon the
disposition cf the city fund num-


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Mrs. A. KL Brokaw and children are
visiting with Mfriend i DeLand.
Electric lights have been Installed in
the club house of the H. L Y. C.
Mrs. L. H. White returned Monday
evening from her sojourn in Virginia
A. H. Schmidt has about completed
the tennis curt on the lot adjoining
Schmidt's Villa.l
I'e evening services at the Seabreese
M. E. Church are being well attended.
Good singing is attractive.
Mrs. J. B. Conrad and Miss L. J.
Wright, of Glenwood, have been spend-
ing a few weeks on the beach.


Miss Cummings, of East Melbourne,
who has been visiting with friends on
the txeah for several weeks, returned,
home Wednesday.
Rev. J. P. Graham has been confined
to his room for the past week by illness.
S. Mills conducted the services at the
Baptist church last Sunday by reading a
sermon.
A building is being erected between the
Merchants Bank and McDaniel's meat
market which will be occupied by the
Western Union Telegraph company as a
down-town office. .


Lightning burned out the fuses in the
telephone in the Volusia County Bank,
at DeLand, Tuesday. Electrician Cam-
eron went over the following day to
repair the damage.
An effort is being made to organize a
brass band in Daytona. Any persons
knowing the whereabouts of any of the
instruments used by the former band
will confer a favor by imparting the
information to W. M. Moore.
8. W. O'Brien, the jeweler, is taking
advantage of a vacation to make some
improvements on his beautiful place
went of the railroad. He is building a
nice large pigeon cote and will stock up
with some high bred homer pigeons for
squab raising this winter. .
Lumber has been received for extensive
improvements to the passeget depot.
The open space between the office and
the baggage room will be enclosed and
the entire space used as a baggage room.
An express office will be built on the
south end of the badiMlg.,
L.See the new lUe ofAtlor samples
at Smith & Son's. "
L. Z. Burdick has received hM pommls-
sion as pestaiers t at s ,ab s, and
took charge of the office Thy*dap even-
ing. His father-in-law, -Jihm Young,
wti be bis assistant. John W. Williams
will be in the office for a few weeks to
instruct the new postmaster as to bis
duties.
'S8mith & Son have received a new
book of tailoring samples from Ed. V.
Price & Co. for fall and winter.
F. L. Corwin passed through here
Sunday on the northbound train, having
finished his labors amodg the pileapple
growers of lade county. The Central-
Savannah Line are so well pleased with
his work that they are giving him a va-
cation at Indian Springs, Georgia, at
their expense.
gS8ilver and Gold shirts $1.00, $1.50
and $1.75 at Smith & Son's.
The very wrong Rev. Dr. W. B. Wes-
ley, negro, now languishes in jail for the
steenth time on the charge of practicing
medicind without license. This is ihe
doctor's third visit to the Volusia county
jail. He has also graced the Inside of the
bars in Titusville, St. Augustine hnd
Palatka on the same charge. The prac-
tice of nwdicine seems to be a habit-
or disease-with the doctor.-DeLand
Newos.
irShirts-"Silver" $1.00, "Gold"
$1.7t5, at Smith & Son's.
Bingham & Maley are noted for the
fine line of tAlking machines they keep on
hand. The other day Major Bingham
gave an invitation to one of his country
friends to listen to one of the machines.
The countryman took his stand in front
of the machine and it was started.
Suddenly he bolted for the street ex-
claiming: "Goshl there comes a brass
band up the street and I left the mules
untied.'*


i'-'Star" brand
Son's.


shoes at Smith &


Rev. Longdon will preach at the
Christian church tomorrow.
0. M. Garland is building a storehouse
a the rear of his dwelling.
Usorge Patterson of Eau Gallie was
up Thursday atteding the conclave of
Knights Templar.
James.Carnell, of Ormond, was in the
city Thurmday attending the conclave of
Knight Templar.
8. H. Gove has crews of men at work
remodeling Dr. H. H. Seelye's residence
on Ridgewood, ad Col. F. W. Roe's
residence at Port Orange.
m..Mille keeps the sort of ice cream_
you can eat with enjoyment and with a
full knowledge that it is wholesome. It
is made from Jersey cream.


An art exhibit was held at the Thomp-
son building yesterday afternoon from
three to five o'clock. Many very nice
pieces of work were on exhibition.
Hon. C. L. Smith has a scholarship in
the St. Petersburg Normal, which he
will give to some deserving person. If
you contemplate taking a course see
him.
For information regarding cheap rates
to California and several points West,
address J. M. Fleming, Florida Pasen-
ger Agent, L. & N. R. L., Jacksonville,
Fla.
A school of manatee, or sea cows, have
been in the river above the city for the
past week. They came up during high
tide, and ae the river Is now very low
they seem unable to find the channel.
The Oriental Commandery, Knights
Templar held a conclave Thursday after-
noon and evening, and initiated Henry
Bugbee, the popular F. E. C. Ry. con-
ductor, into the mysteries of the order.


ON-That baby of yours may be Proad-
nent in public o. prolfelosal life some
day. What a fine thing it would be to
have a series of his pictures each year
from bldMhood to manhood. Harris,
the photographer.
Peter Carellas, who condqeted a fruit
store here last wintlp, bears quite a
reputation as a bicycle rider. Be has
won several races in CbMarstou aad
Savaaash so far this season, and expects
to meet Frapk Taylor in a series of races
at Jacksonville next month.
/ Te little girls' class in the Baptist
Sunday school, under the direction of
their tsmbr, Mis Glad. gave an ice
cream at her residence on First
avenue Thursday evening. The pro-
osede which amounted to $11.25 were
given s a present to Rev. J. P. Graham.
Thi books oin the state comptroller's
office show that the the aggregrte
Mine of'radlrod and telegram lines
last year wp $19,645,712.17, and that
the aggregate value of railroads and
telegraph lines so far assessed this year
is $20,067,054.94, an 1herease.of $441,-
442*77, to which should be added about
$900,000 for railroads not yet asseed,
but which wilLbe included in the asses.-
ment when completed.


THE NEWSPAPER.
"The public is insistent In its demands.
It expects the newspaper to be a pack
horse, a dray team, a ditch digger, a gas
inspector, a water tester, a special po-
liceman, a detective bureau, adog chaser,
a sidewalk fixer, a cow finder, a thief
catcher, a business pusher, a bouse seller,
a paving inspector, a sewer director, a
pocketbook finder, a lost artick hunter,
council regulator, fraud discoverer,
panic preventor, obituary preacher,
chief taffy pourer at weddings and social
functions, sporting mascot, fib liar, big
egg prevaricator, snake story expander,
judge on earliest gardens. business
boomer, husband finder, sweetheart se-
curer, school inspector, and general all-
,round handy man for the community.
"In fact, if there is a single thing of
importance to human life and human
happiness that doesn't go through the
newspaper it has never yet been discov.
ered. It touches every featuar ol hu-
man endeavor from the cradle to the
grave. It smiles with those who smile
and weeps with those who mourn. It is
everywhere, all the time, the most busy,
most useful of all public agencies. It
makes mistakes. All human agencies
do. Sometimes it is dishonest. But it
stands out so in the glare of the arc light
of publicity that it can but half succeed
if dishonest, and then only for a brief
time."
Is this a plaint? Not at all. It is a
psalm of rejoicing. The newspaper likes
it. It enjoys the work. It has no de-
sire for riches. It has no ambition for
place or power.
The true newspaper is not an ofce
hunter or a spoils grabber. It has no
use for wealth, because it would have no
time to spend and enjoy the spending.
The real newspaper has one absorbing
ambition, one constant aim, one ardent
desire and that is to be useful, help-
ful to the community. It wants to be
the servant of the people. It wants to
make itself a power by the service it ren-
ders, by the good it does. And yet there
are times when even the newspaper re-
bels. It grows tired of service, wants
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OUR SUMMER DRESS GO

WE OFE THEM AT .


One Half Price.


New line shoes and oxford ties just rec d '


The well known Hamilton and Brown Shes


have no equal*


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See ourJobforlow prices on Shoes


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FROM OUR STATE CUNAINCES.J
Clean politics. honest method, a#9Wdp
proper regard for the inteligenim of
reader, egardess of their lttere. polti.
al preferences, are as necessary to the
seems of a newspaper as to that at~y
other business institutioa.-PeNg
Journal. .
Tbp DeFunak Breesethnithatdb as J
election ought to be conslsdered a imo-1
meant to the use of printer's ink. Itam.
tally waste rsultof a Inberal m o
printer's ink, amd an eule which
candidates of thafture may well em-
late to advantage. And Burr withal
probably spent less than any of them.-
Pensacola Journal.
Notwithstanding the general supposi-
tion that nearly all of theavailable lands
in the State are in the hands of private
owners and corporations, there is still a
vast domain owned by the govermmeut
and open to settlement aad entry. Ae-
cording to the Gainesville Sun, whikh in
in a position to know as the United
States land offime i located ia that town,
there are yet 1,40,0 acres of land in
Florida subject to entry.-Eutis Lake
Region.
Capt. Roebuck, of Bassinlges arrived
on Saturday with the lamrest shipment
of 'gator hides ever marketed ina Kbsim-
me. There were 1,282 in the lot. His
cargo comes by steamer to Lake Kis-
simmee and from thence is tramported
by ox teams across country.-Khsimmee
Valley Gasette.
Thirty-seven counties in Nebraska
show a decrease in population by the
census of 1900 from those of 1890.
Notwithstanding the freeze of 1895 but
two counties in this tate suffered a los
of population, Lake and Orange. And
they have within the past two
years recovered the loss.-St. Augustine
Record.
It strikes most Democrats as being
rather childish for those whoaredefeated
to cry out that somebody "kaeifd"
them. Defeat is one of the unalterable
ends of someone's political aspirations,
and men always take their defeat
straight. It is to be hoped that the
various democrats over the State will
bear this In mind and take more of an
interesting party afairs.-Tampa Herald.

The thief who steals a harness is not


apt to leave a trace.


TIDE TABLE.
Week beginning July 27, 1902
mHIH TIDE.


a. m.
Sunday 12-05
Monday 12:26
Tuesday. 1:31
Wednesday ....................... 2:40
Thursday.......................... 3:47
Friday 4:48
Saturday 5:45
LOW TIDE.
Sunday 5:37
Monday 6:37
Tuesday 7:41
Wednesday 8:50
Thursday 9:55


p. m.

1:08
2:13
3:17
4:19
5:16
6:10


6:15
7:23
8:84
9:42
10:45
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The baby sbow was9a deefiad ll
in spite of the weather.
Hmur little tots assembled to gomo
the primes ad am& and sa
worthy, so that it was t
the sapwehaabolesA 0 .


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make it as. baeir
three: Mr. Mrof .


as follows: To th iMath ..
the McCullough twia, *or. fed Mold.l
knife, fork and spooa; und;1ay; l,
Lansing Taylor,oef Rok -utk--
ring; 6 to 18 mouths, B161 Jb0 l
Daytona-silaver poo; bloade o 8
months to 8% #eaa, Udward nt
of Daytona-a ring, brunMee hm
months to 8% year. Floreufe b,
Jacksonville-powder box d p
healthiest, Lucile Johnaon, of ReHs eu
napkin ring. and fattest, Myrtle Me(D '
aid, Galieville-pair of gold Vi.
So popular m4 fascinating did tie
babies prove that tume sped away sad
the concert was necessarily cut -dhort,
lnt was greatly enjpyed the lese.
Mr. Zeigler, of DeLand, and Mr.Ptewart,
of Daytona, sang several selections; M-
Leunne Ender played the maadolia;. F y
Stewart and Lois Van Valsahoth s gM
and recited. Then supper was mooa il
order and the tables kept full until the
ladies disposed of nearly everythin~gthjy
had. Altogether the success was won.
derful considering the day, and the eom-
mittee are wondering where they would
have been if it had been a beautiful day
and the people had turned proportion-
ately, for they cleared $51.70 as it was.
Their thanks are due first of all to Mr.
Keating, who so generously prolured
the Casino;to the merchants of Daytoam,
who furnished the money for the
and expenses; to the grocers and dl.
who furnished the eatables; to Me
mothers who made such an elprt to gt
the little ones there; to the 4ulie who
braved the Inclement weather, sad to
everyone who in any way contributed
to itsenecess.
0, the witchery that lies
In the fleeting dimples of a baby's miles.


Once there were two beautiful white
gg laid side by side in a nice new
nest. A great big man gathered them
up with his rough hands and sold them
to a grocer. And one little egg was a
good little egg and went Into an angel
cake, but the other little egg was a
very, very bad little egg and got
mashed on an actress-Town Toples

eot Elaste m Itb.
Miss Newltt-Don't be afraid; tt
won't hurt you. Its halt dead. and be-
sides Its nothing but a gartermake.
Miss Ptumlelghb-Garterenske? The
Idea! That little thing? Some attema-
ated old bachelor must have give it
that name.-Pblladelphla Pres.

A.-Yo see that lady over thma
5is W" A I #nM At 1 M s*%


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Goagf Mainai that Prices do

a not pve the power of a Store as

Smuch as Quality. If you shut your

to Quality you can buy goods

any Price-But not HEE

have ithe rqpstatinn of w
t s t a lite more, for we


Hair Falls

"I cried Ayer's Hair Viger to
step ay hair from faniag. 0O.-
Walf a bolde cred me."
J. C. Baszter, Bramiweed, 1L

Ayer's Hair Vigor is
certainly the most eco-
nomical preparation of Its
Kind on the market. A
little of itgoes a long way.
It doesn't take much of
it to stop falling of dthe
hair, make the hair grow,
and restore color to gray
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FUor Uited 8tstes Setor.
STEPHEN B. MALLORY.
W. r CofMaa, Second Dit rict:
ROBERT W. DAVIS.
I'STATE.,
For Comptroller:
A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
.lor Jltee of the Saprenm' Ctourt:
W. A. HOCKER.
For Railroad Comnmiirmerrs:
R. HUDSON BURR.
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.
S OLUXVA COUNTY.
For State Setate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
Fpr Representative-s:
CABLES L. SMITiH
:IlOMAS J. SPARKMAN.
For County Treaisuvr:
J. J. VINZANT.
SIptrCounty Tax Colle- tor:
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Awwst r:
I, BIAMUELB. WllSoN.
r Board of Public Iiinstruition:
J. L CHANDIII
L E. CAUSEY
K E. F. KNAPI'E.
For oaunty Conlmiisiinewrs:
R D. BROOKE
FRANK E. BONI)
W. H. McBRIDE
T. L RODGERSI
S* T.J.MURRAY.


to be a splendid pingpong

H e exelds everybody else in

a* t 1? In what way?"
NW w, t Bman ctn actunlly creepr
.1-i. .uM and other furniture In
S illf a the ,elusive pingpimg ball
disturbing the crease in his
-- or the *arenity of his mind."-
i'lur Herald.

s*e Wanted to KnoVw.
ltga Briht-I don't uadoerstnmd.
Sil. *a bt this wireless tele-graphiy.
amlid I know when I was going
a'm" eo r and how would I IK
!l4e kaow what it was if I did get
bow would I know anything

Wlely cooking at her over his paper)
.4htd!T-SIart Set.

3l*st Eawesy.


?- ^b

*mr, poor man! Fe!I1 from the
ifth story? How awful'"
4 1'; ain't it awful? Now I got
w r waall o way back again'"-New
Tolk JoreaL


%a* woelda't Invest 10 cents In any-
thM even If you could show him
~e that It would bring himn a thou-
a times that much. His whole phi-
la~gy seems to be to hang on to a
d4Mr forever after you once get It,'
t I ought you said Just a mo-
unt age that he was a poor stick?'--
SChMM Record-Herald.
S SPSAMn Der evFeelings.
SYou don't write," the treasurer of
o having bank said gently to the old
etegetd woman. "Just touch the pen."
S4aM so, her business was concluded
SId r feelings were spared. The of-
S *del might have said. "You can't
wtlte," and that would have been true,
but the difference between plain truth
ami comsdderate truth Is sometimes as
|u-EhI as the distinction between a
bear and a gentleman.-Youth's Conm-

f- Nt et e o Wanteed.
SToler er-Thls life is full of uncer-
Utaht,. One can never tell what Is
V png to happen.
STwle--Kes, I guess that's so. What
I their matter just at present?
TmGM-er--Ob. nothing much. Only
I .1 aed on old Gruffam for his daugh-
6t. r' ha ad and I got the old man's
Sweet Inatead.-Boston Transcript.

Sm Se ams S wlt' Snerma.s.
It was Dean Swift who preached a
Oinfty erpon on the text. "He who
gihY thio te poor lendeth to the Lord."
QM h the dean. after twice solemnly
I Filr the words of Holy Writ. "My
too--m If you like the security, down
S- wh the dust" There was a noble col-
bale, that day in St. Patrick's cathe-

* Cw at Iat.
I Bame-You want to marry my
dilisr. eh? Have you ever earned a
dd4 r by your own efforts?
CIly-Oh, yes. My father pays me
a week just for staying away from
MB o atf bdlness.-New York Jour-
al.


Pearmg atere we.
The evening was advanced when a
venerable aponre of andsest nam and
lineage ane t propose. t* a- o-
rom lM* I | rdeO n .a11 esn-1
fuL R toeg noetlyU It always
well to begin' modeli "I fiee." mid
the good mai. "that for a plain coun-
try squire like myself to address a dig-
nified body like the presbytery of St.
Andrews. including in its number vari.
ous earned professors. is Indeed to
cast pearls before swine."
He had to pause long ere be got fur-
ther. Thunderouasapplause broke forth.
The swtne cheered as It they 'would
never leave off. We aM knew perfect-
ly what the laird meant. I was sitting
next to him as be spoke the words. I
eardt them with these ears.-"Twenty-
five Years of St. Andrews."

Date on iiver 4olnG.
Most people have an old silver coin
of some kind which they are keeping
as a relic either for sentimental rea-
sons or because they think it worth
more than its face value. In some in-
sttances the date or the inscription has
im-en rwrn ir way and it is impossible to
ren:d- i; 'evein with a strong glass.
T.'" f ',:.. nmethlod., originally
l;:, :.t t Ithe mint to discover the
l.':1 -i;t C'Oi.s wheni silver was called
:;i :::ii.lh. iny one to read an ob-
!..:' \ i" ri;ption:
Si.., ~*r -li ',. Evr (-:in on it. The
S ;. : I : .. I:nl:. visible in s
'i'h.I will fnade as the
*. le'il'.

To Cure a Cold S one Day.
Take laxative Ithilni Qtuinine TLiablets-
All drugg stsm n-fuiin tli. nmonevy if i. fails
to Eni-. E. W%. (.rove's .tiimatune on
a-l4eh 1 IEX; 2.'K-.

Mlist evervt*luing1 bit .o.ll gEU. E tlo til'
Iliyer tilt it goes Io Ilie ee'llar.

Of w'ait does a 11a141 t lsth illn voAIr
nmouth renind youw' It ilinites tlht
outir atonirlh is in ilad ci 4olnditioli amn
wvill r-'niiiln yeou that then- is n t lhing sqo
g ioet for sl Ei al ilisole.r :rs hanl l-mr-
Liil's StImoniachl anti liv,,' T":ill.l.ts iftoer
havin o1n n' used tle.nt. Ti,.v ele:ii-.
and invigor .ite tle Stoml-l;ih and re.-inllite
tl-h imowels. For sale ait 2-, vents ier"
box by all druggists.

A scoldinglN won'lman slihollli never g t lon
a ferry boat, it would make her cross.

'ut this out and take it to any )1Drpg
Store and get a box of Chamibetrlain's
Stoniachi & Liver Tablets. The I-,st
lihysk-. They also correct disordter-s of
the stotma-lh. Price 23

The Kentuekian wvho drowned himself
in a barrel of woiiskey evilhently liel ill
good spirits.


VYo Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic lecanis tihe formula is plainly
printed on every lonttle showing that it
is simply irou and quinine in tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. 2"7-.

Plromisea na n man a liundred dollars. and
if you give himi nilnety-ninle of it le will
kick.

"I ani using it libox if Cihaminl-rlin's
Stomauih & Liver Tablets and find them
the liest thing for ny 'stomnch I ever
used." says T. W. Rloblinson. .Justie- Iof
the Peace., Loomna. Mich. These Tale-
lets not only lcorret disorders of tli,
stomach but ,regulates tlhe liver mnild
lm)wels. They a;i' easy to take and
pleasant in effect. Price 2.' i-ents l-er
box. For salhe ly aill Druggists.

No woman o)n earth would llalplpre.iate-
a Inusband ntorn than a four years
widow.

For bIiliousmness uslie Clhanemlrlinis
Stomach and Liver Tallets. T'hliev
cleanSe the stomach and nregulate tle,
liver and liowels, effecting a quick andl
permanent cure. Formale Iy alldrgngists.

If ever there is an iitolnalil hears. .
invented folks will lis dying to rid6e in it.
I


THE: ItRST LINAMNT Ei lit TlImINs.
Mr. F. i. wells tihe merchants 1n I .-rt
Park long Islalnd. N. Y.. says re-minm-
mnend Chanmnlerlain's Pain Italm as the
best linianent for strains. I used it Ih-st
winter foinr a im-werve lameness in thle side I
resulting frnm a :strs ilin, a1111 was g-.r-atly
pIetsedl WithI the quicAk relief ae r cille,' it
eTfe-tedl. IFor sale by 1All Irun giSt.





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Nobility

Recommends


Nervine.

The above portrait is that of
Countess Mogelstud, of Chica-
go, Ill., whose gratitude for the
benefit received from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
"It affords me great pleasure to add
my testimony to the very excellent
merits of Dr. Miles' Nervine. Although
I am past 80o years of age I find it
soothes the tired brain, quiets the irri-
tated nerves and insures restful sleep.
I never feel contented without a bottle
of it a the house." Gratefully yours,
CHRXISTTANA MARIA,
Countess Mogelastd.
q & 1P


CHANGE IN WHITE HOUSE F
Anmes to Be uillt Por IreielSent's
uasslaemn Oe
When President Roosr.elt returniato
Wasiunlton nest fall after his sumIter
v iiou, be will End a new suit of
offices awaiting hirm in a new building
adjoining tlIe Wh:t House.'.
Tle npew I.ildln.g is to be In effect
a p: :': of tte executive mansion proper.
IU.:.' I the. rcs.nt I:i r,' conservatory
at.; cd., I t' ':,. wtst wing will be torn
dov: r. a ':EI tI1"- -e'. of it wiIl remain as
a soit orf p:-*- .-.: through which the
pr-'sidentt w;i1 i *" from his home to
his oQliEe.
The nwv." lui.::';: v'ill be directly In
line with tin(- W:;;:t House and will
be conmstructelh in :' si l to harmonile
with the e:iif-ee. It will. ie painted
white, and thine nmalri: I used will be
brick. Will a lhniig' It of 11<0 feet and a
depth (If .i" f,''t. i: will be only one
story In li(>ihli. v,'th n basentent and
an attic. Tie lemgtlh of it will extend
from east to west. like the White
House, nnd the front door will be In
the milndle of its length on the north
side.
Nothing could be more simple than
the plan of the building. all of the
rooms, seven only. leing on one floor.
In thle lasemient will be lavatories, ar-
rangements for lighting and nothing
else except space for fuel. As for the


W'IITING LETTor=IS FORI THE PI:;SIDENT.
attic. it will lie nothing more than a
ventilation spnce to make the house
cooler In tlhe sninn;1Er.
The roots will incl room for visitors. Into wlhichl tie main
entrani-e opens. T .i(!k of this will lbe
Scr-t.airy ('ortelyou's r)orni. Adjoining
the ste-re'tary's raomi will lie the presi-
tdent's ilrivate otlie.. Alongside of the
president's roomn will lie ai rcotu of the
same size for the en-iltietet nmetings.
There will also l. :i reatoo!i for report-
ers, a ta'l r'r:'pli ro(iiin nm1l a large room
5o lIy 4to feet for the clerks, about fif-
teen in mnmii.lir.

NAVY'S CRACK. SHOT.
Lieutenant Poyer. Who Broke All
Records Wilh Thirteen lack Gus.
Li'itenainit .. 31. P'oyer and his crack
gun crew will lie the observed of all
the navy ir lthe co.niniiZ evolutions of
the north Atlantic squlldron. Uncle
San's guiliners are renownned through.
out the world for the' accuracy of their
marksmanmship. atil to lie the best in
such company I speakss usualu skill,
yet that Is the position accorded Lieu-
M.-Mi


LIEUTENANT J. 31. I'aYEiS.


tenant Poyer and his gun crew by
every officer and j :ik tar ii tlhe navy.
"'E'oyer's slihool imi" hlas becomnne sin
Iaxitm itn hIt- ii a\. Ini tlit phirase the
illen of Ith' n1lavy re'i-1 nize the work
Laf Uncle'1t : 1.s SI. lea St Li u crew. the InWe
who iiiaiiinllat and tire the guns in
the for ward turret of the battleship
IiKe :ars;irg. unier- t lie direction of Lieu-
tenint .1. 31. 'Pover.
Duri; tite recen-i'lt target practice of
the ships (of Adminiral Higginson's
squ-idlrn Lieultenant 1'oyver anid the
(.i,\- ofa the Ke:trs"re'.s forward tur-
ret 11i:nl le 1t14- t.I llseyv s with one of
thie ll(itil '-ni ini i lnli lns ;it a range of :a
mile, : record u1innlsuirib'ai-sed in the' eerv-
ice. i'he feiur Lun'II ill the Kearsarge's
fu'rwvrd tunrret. txvo e' -lit inci :and tvo
thtirieein irhli. Awevr. -vrkedl with such
ron--c.sios l a.i I,, e iim l'or I'oyer's gun
cw-it\v :-t ais4 t 1: .i ni commiendation of the
l ::, ;-t 1- r. ";]'*e. i1 1' i'a; iIm approval of
Svtretal'iIy 'a Il the N.; Mlelody.
I'oE sa e'.. v,;arl ber beinm, aS-
s:.;iieed tlI ,liit.% Ilo tlie K :iasarge Lieu-
tt :.:;iit I 'to 'er hla1 Il -l e i n duty at the
orl' : s;1 it.;p'::r'tn m'tt ;it \W ashington.
:n1 l it re. i' u:, n' I ; .1n iiexplert oiln
ti' l lsnl'je,-t (dI ::u ns ;id gulineryV. As
L- i- ti e I-,-i sr.h,, is i Eur niav ;nd us
ielin" II:n \ ;sl slnisn j''.:ea ,'* m ;.1'' Uinicxt-elled,
it is saf'- tu t ;o y i.\ i l.i ,iitualnt P loyer
is iOlw best slirt hi t'a. wnrld.


T "11 .'a-A M I. eI l.I) 'A')iN .
A. K\.1-.ll-*v rel-iat, an -\xl.-rie-n'.,i i I!l-
-ir t tlihait \\ l-i li i- h;%ipleN'nic in
';I!mi1in1 ev' i.v-ry nv.-ji' IhI irl e1, in t lie
I 'itheld Sta.t,.- ; 1inel li. I-lson tol'd ;nd n'-
tldlI by thlaiusn.lis e>f a lthIers. ie stays:
lastt smnininer I had ;in atlttac-k of deysi


MY OTR SELF


To s a*elt al a lrnrO m, *neta
Mmnta art u nh h< a .Mir,
tumre-this at g. We se it a ha-
dred times a day. But to aee amset
AIsei to mnist, mai fg.-
ferent moveeats, apgr and e om ,
mttinmg, astandln. while. w a stlitl-
this Is terrible.
I was standing e morning In my
ofee on the tenth Soor at a skyscraper
looking out of a window." I remem-
ber that I had my hands In my pocket.
Suddenly I was startled to see another
me standing in a window of an oppo-
site building. The figure was up one
story higher. He had his hands In bls
pockets and wore glasses; I also wear
glasses. He had his beard trimmed to
a point; so had I. His nose was a trifle
bent to the left; so Is mine. The only
thing that was different was the cloth-
ing.
My first emotion was surprise, my
second terror. I had been under treat-
ment, for nervous troubles, but this
was several months before. Were my
sufferings about to return under a new
form? Was this hallucination? Had
my brain become affected? I shrank
back from the window and into a
chair. My partner saw that something
had affected me and asked what it
was. I tried to speak, but could not
articulate, so I pointed to the window
opposite.
"What is It?" he asked, looking. "I
see nothing unusual."
Summoning all my fortitude, I looked
again. The figure had disappeared. I
explained nothing, but Immediately
went out. Calling a cab, I directed the
driver to take me to my physician. I
recounted what had occurred, and aft-
er endeavoring to reassure me he gave
me a quieting mixture and told me to
fix my mind on my business.
It was some time before I dared go
to the window again, but after going
there several times without seeing my
double I made up my mind that I was
all right again and was beginning to
cease thinking of the matter when one
day I walked to the window, and just
as I reached it my double reached his
own window. Our eyes met. Both
started back. I with a wildly beating
heart, my counterpart with a look of
unutterable surprise. I hastily left the
office and the next day was on a steam-
er bound for Southampton. England.
I remained abroad two years. I
would not have returned even then had
I not received notice from my attorney
that I was needed in the settlement of
my father's estate. I had had trouble
from the first, for my father and moth-
er had separated when I was but a
year old, and this naturally led to com-
plications. I had remained with my fa-
ther, who. I always understood, had
what there was to bequeath. My at-
tort.ey did not Inform me as to the na-
ture of this last complication, only in-
timating that le needed my presence
at once. I sailed for New York and
on arrival called at the office of Mr.
Ilazelton, who had summoned me.
That there was something of Impor-
tance on his mind was evident. He
looked me all over as if he had never
seen me before, then stood, still look-
ing at me. without saying anything.
"Well, what is it'0' I asked impatient-
ly.
"Did you ever hear that your mother
left property?" he asked.
"No."
"Or that she had an interest in your
father's estate?"
"No. My mother died before my fa-
ther."
"There is a piece of property which
we must sell before settling the estate.
It was owned jointly by your father
and mother. At any rate, it needs the
signature of the heirs of both."
"Very well. Am I not the heir of
both?"
"Come here tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock. I shall want your signature."
"Explain."
"Tomorrow at 9 o'clock," he repeated
and went into his private office.
At the appointed hour I was at Mr.
IInazelton's office and was told to wait
in tan anteroom. Presently the door
opened, and I was ushered into the
In:in room. At the same moment a
door opposite me opened, and a man
advanced into the room I had entered.
Horror of horrors, hlie was my double!
We stood looking at each other like
the two Dromios, he in wonder, I iu
terror.
"Ohl. heavens!" I moaned. "It has
come back to me!"
"Gentlemen," said Mr. Ilazelton. "I
need the signature of both of you to a


deed. You are twin brothers."
"Twin brothers!" we exclaimed in a


.A ross-iman was arrested for
burglary ila s the other day. lie
proved lhiltraighlt. ith just looked
rool Iked.
The Iscriptioa for Malarla
('hill and 1Is a, bottles of StrEvr's
TA.STELE-:I.- '1TON'C. It is siimllly'
Ianll' a1iel '' ill i taste.less fillrn-i.
No Cure. I'- rie 0I t'.eits.


Thlae iln'hlo was killed by i :i I -
liect'neman:. a* the n11't of ralbilling it
bank evi dieil leaving a loit of
IimmItme.V


Losy Q&


OOL a a

BILLIARD

ROOMS .


Ilot I ia''rved' at :aIll hiimrs.
()vter C. lsPr-ia kty.


breath. AL., (IN THEl
"Yes. When your father and mother
separated, your father took one. your tona SteamY
mother the other. It was agreed be-
tween them that each child should be
kept in ignorance of the other." AUNDRY -s
The relief-the finding of a brother,
a twin brother, of whose existence I
had been in ignorance-was a delight 'Phomo S
that can only be understood by experi-
ence. It did not require that we should
have been brought up together to feel B ath
that strong mutual drawing always to
be found in children of a single birth.
We advanced. embraced and cried si- A breath means a bad
multaneously: stot a bad digestion, a
":Youare?" back. Aycr's Pills are
"Max."
"Mark." liVCS. Ti:C/ cure COP-
I was Max. and he was Mark. No stip, Hli l sness, dys-
twins ever more clearly resembled .e I h-adache.
each other, and Mr. Hazelton. with '1 ricL- .
lawyer's instinct. seized a pen and '. A'! u- t3.
scratched our respective names on our ..... dutiful
cuffs to preserve the identity of each. ire: '' tii ui I
My brother on seeing me at my win- fI I[.'E,.htkeeU
d(w had been similarly affected as I -. ......
E'en the pleasure at finding one an.
othlar has not to this day obliterated N'I CKSON
from either the horror of encountering
a double. F. A. MITCLIEL.


ilrT W':TII:im wI'F:aKNusS..
If yeou feell fagg'ed out. listless anld ;iek-
int in eInegy.y ion are i-rhaps suffe-ring
from lthe deblilitating effects oif s-iuranminer
" eathl'r. These synmptomins indliate that
a tolni is n.ledei that will create ai
healthy apl.-tite., make digestion perfect.


binet Maker


and


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Da gs rem y "h si 10a0so hm0 -


ki esaml o ma NOise'tP mit ilanlfor


Dr. Har ter's










aadkeepwe.I n ote m poe eo^ nd (aor
ra "e. sh -wie usa" mitu'e) ot
Isa wihe other toldrelesm- A pretrial


eaOt,... ta em Dr tD 'sdI r. Bts
w amve naelvedf fiMIve tiat thi od










nmd dotat claimed or It:
AW Ark. May 10t1, 1.
"After. hva sH atera's rmedle for
tiro n yea I cna cl n rommead tbem.
I Biltat add tat I la espeelal favor Dr.
Barmer's Iroe TIstltlt opoedn It
tse er, esak prewoi ro' mixture) of-





taO with othed wiatoies, poor al ifft
ood paIler. atalolleve It to be rpai.
sees." wliMer onTo hi. that



-bottle ot Dr. lHr-
we haves rewseiL p sitive thatrthis old





aole rsnedydioha Is olamed for it:





lImwir'sIttRa.ou rude-mmar oa
the very best pe of Iron't I am eta

thon troubled w DtP ISME 0wlMMgy
as." Wilk0NOm, 01ILDru t







A Ch~Itteron Tonieketour
George W eton saonys te Phil-

adelphla Rec(onducted the Moun-
tain Road 1<. building a public
highway wl profit, and in an)
anteroom ol Peter's church, al
Third and streets, there hangs
In a frame o wall a ticket from a
lottery at huchitself cDr. Haonduct-
ed The Iated 1765 and reO ds:







"St. 1 ,ttery. No. 11,759.
This ticket 'es bearer to such
prizes as gte drawn against itl
numlar. if ended in nine mont-h
after tle dig is finished, subject
to such dei as is mentioned in
the scheme.
The slippaper Is two incheha
square nndled. but the signature.
which is tt Henry Iarrison, is
written. "mount of the lottery
prize, cost W- tickets and the good
use to wike profits were to bsc
put are s of which tile verger
of it Petdln ignorance.

Stoes the and Work.s f the Csbde
IlaXtive Ilisllinie Tiles t 'einct
vold in Eim. No t'mra.. No 'Piay. *27w.


~uk ~
I, -
ealy, Fleet.


Neoa ao A-Me nl- e fr T oax i Un
SectUMsd iS 45461, Laws oe fnul
Notice is hereby gliyn that Starling 8 ,-
pard purehawr of Tax Certificate oo.
dated the 3rd day of July, A. I., 1 bha
field aid ertl lcate In my ofle, Mand baa
made application for tax deed to lssue In
accordance with law. Maid certificate em-
braces the following described property
ittuated In Volusia County, Florida, to-wit:
lotl Blk M.&AC. Holly Hill. The amid
land being aimested at the dale of the issu-
ance of such certificate In the name of Jno.
Manford. Unless mid certificate shall he
redeemed according to law, tax deed will
Issue thereon on theo lth day of August,
Witness mny official signature and seal this
the llth day of July. A. 1. 1iN9.
HAM'L I). JoKHDAI,
(flerk Circult Court Volusin County, rlorida

atkel of AforHcati e Tax Deed Under
SectiMs 14 Chipter 4888, Laws of FerMla.
Notice is hereby given that The Atlantic
Luniter (Compualy, piurchaser of Tax ('Ct.rtll-
cate No. 9, dated the 2nd day of July, A. D.,
1u1, lihas tllel saidl certldlcate in lily office,
land has inade application for tax deed to
Issue in iaccordtnice with law. Mald cerilli-
cute emulbraces the following described pro-
perty iltuateI In Volusia tCounty. Florida,
to-wit: no 1-t of nw 1-I H of CIounty line,
Mec. 1.5 Tp 13, Range. 2. Thie said land wing
asisessl at the date of the Issuance of sucIt
certificate in the naimae of i. L. lienhaun.
Unless said certifflcate is redeemed accorn-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon ronr
the I1tqh cdiysof August, A. Pi., 1M91.
Witness n1y oficlial ailgnature and seal
this the lltha daty of July, A. I)., IMr.
MAM'I. .JORIDAN,.
Clerk 'Crcuit Court Volusla County, Florida

Notie of Applicatos r Tax Deed nier
Section 8 of= Capter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that ('has. Fozzard
purchaser of Tax Certifncate No. 1.111, dated
ilt. hi.rd dty of July. A. II.. Ilt.1 liats killed %sild
certficient n itay ortlire, andl hats Itmade ll)ppl-
cat lon for tax l e(il to iss e In accordance
with law. ilid certlicnte enlbraces the lol-
lowing described property situated In Volu-
silt county, F.lorida, to-wit: LlAot I, lock II,
)ulnlatwton. The said landi wing l 1s.s l
at the date of Issuance of such certificate in
the name of L. N. Huhlbbard. I'nlless said
certlnct'e shall bwe redeemed according to
law. lax (deed will Issue telrreon on the 5tih
Sday of August, A. ID., ltor,.
I' Wtlnv.s lily official signature aind sal
this the Itha ilta of. Julv, A. 1i.. 1440.
MAM.' I1..1()KI'AN,
IClerk Circuit Court Volusiat oun ty. Florida


Notice of Attachment.
I TATF.oE FLORI)A. I ,n JUstil,-,urt.
C-UNT't OF VOLUSIA ( In J$Utlle(ourt.
To M. ElIN E T. ENt), rtfen'llant:
You rare hereby nol;!h.tl tliat n writ of
t it lJllmeit'llt ltih s 1b1eeni3 i.tued aIglillst )you.
anid your propserty at Holly Hill, Iol t nur,1-
Iwr twenty-one 1> "lrlleniasildez (.;rnllt."
has is-enl ittlnclmt'l to .4ti.sfy tile W. lsr'r'rss aimmiounintml ti tthirty-four and
thirty two one-hulidretllirs dollars i$;il.r; P
ril i c st .-i L
Now, unless you sluitl lapear before (.. M.
Wnllnce. in Justite for the PI'eUe In tand for
.silEd cornrMy, at Ils office at ( Irnmond on lite
l11i lday Aof .A ust. A. I ., lir2l, in-llu Rule.
I)lay, jihigl-1m1r.ilt will Iet rrender-d Uigaiilisl
Volk lind vmour |lryp %ly s.li4 for deh-bt.
JllT-It \W'. A. Ii: 'AM H. Plaiti Tff.
I ntihd tl Ils :Ilhi (lay of Junlie. 12.

IFirst putl July ,#;; Int 'p)t. 1;-4.2,
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereb.y gilv-i to nil ecr-iditaors.
ILwitees anid distrlitulees 1iner nill p'rs.ons
hvlimg cilins liaLiilnst or inlere-stl In h.
Esta lte of WIn. II. hByn. decensed. lte. of
V'olul s county. Florida, to present tline
simIl to thi un iilrslA l within two years
frm lli trI :l, of this niot itWe or thle smae will
1w. fer.-evr bairn'il.
MIRIAM BlYNF.
Adminlstrutrix.
Thlis.Iuly -.trld. A. D., Ial12.


1 First pul. .July 19; last .ept. >-(o2e
Notice to Debtors sand Creaditor
The- uinldersilgif-i. Imiiaviig reen ihully ap-
pilnli-l nIll ninlii t riltor with In ,e will lianexed<
of Itol-rl I. C'oian. Ic-.nsel, notice. is
hereby given toi nil tretitors. legrt4s. dis-
trilbutees antdl il p-rsHns indebtedl to or
htving clnhllm as.limnist Ilhe estate- Eof RIolrt
I). C'ulin.( Ia-c-asetl, to p rest-n the- samnle.
chilly attithline ill-tE.dl to lhe undt-rsiglned
Si Ith In tw ye-nirs from th Ils diteor heume- i e
'ill e I forever inarrlsl-
1. .1A. MInHAFFNER,
A.dminiistranaor with IIhea will
ThisIInl -ne l x f I of l I wrt .owllm.
Thin uJly 17, IM'52.

NiITI'I- OF AI'P.iCATIO)N FOR TAX
IW-:IU 'NDER:It KCTI4)N IF(CH\AITI.
IKNK. l.\\AI aIF FSlIlliA.
Notice is herehy given that John B.
lllsky, purclai.r of Tutx ertllicale No.
't,. Elstell the- "trtl ally olf July, A. lI., his i, hlls
Illei s1id t' crtl ille.t In .uly office, aida hus
Illailllte lpiElt llan for Ix alee l to Issue' i
'-otnnl-ce illl Ihllw. Sulid certlifcate i e-i-
braces Ilhe follow in1. ile.-rilbel prop rlv
si tllte III Volusisn county, Florida, tlo- il:
E:., 101ot 2. Iik : ) i. & ('. lIolly Hill. The
sifi land I IN-mi aII.-...s-e-l at the ( s lllnlc r ofuc .h clitllte in Ith. IeImmui- of
Iltih llnlll E. liliess. I'lless smida cerilil.ihte
,hll bl Iei rll,-inlle-dl It-ac ord1illn t: o law, llIX
dl-,d will i .lle tlle-r oii onl thie 2 2u111 tilly of
Wl'-. -, my llicill si tntuire nId seal
I lis Ia- I a lh snv of .1Julv. .. i.. ilr.
AMA1, 1. IC.Ii>l1.\N,.
,'!rk Circuit. Coetr oef \ Volu.i C'ounty. -'Iln.


DArAmmoAO PiIM.


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Mention this paper and w en
Prvp List.
Winston Dis.
Winston. N. C.
IAlowemt Price Whiskey Homs.



S. H.Gov
Al'CHITIT, BuiLDIC AXD CoNwrTa
Residence and office, northeast wr1
RidgepwM)d and Volusia avream
"Phone S9. Daytona, Fb4


Ocean Hous
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
Rates $2.() per Day and U
Special to Regpular Boarden.t
NEW SMYRNA, FLO



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Ir-, I. I IlInh..Ily 19; h n M.-)I -Sept i-
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT OWS.
T 'ilm ie in melirIrsu_; h uit ,. I, i.:I :li,)-
polll-in I 1m11 1 mllil lil rn e r n,1 e r It -I;11 for
Irllinr ler.-sn 'ca, ni,- l. Ii- aof ,.i SY'Trai
coutm y. 1-i)rlfnia nIito'. it ,-ihv nI 1 toi,
aill t-r. it, h.,.1:nn l-lii:,. r l <'Cnnections with DeLand. Holi
W-rrsai s l hll oeilltlE-e1l n11ir ,orl \'aIn g inal nm1-smgniiti'ms
III:I -lli I.t,- EfiA'rfourtl rm,-it.I E ('.4a,-1i. to; lHill, Ormond and Moundgrovl
iIml ld-r-i'i-lIAl Illill iwo v'E ir e s frlllom IhIis
date lir It hi .iIinme wIill Ie- fore-ve-r Iiarr,,ed.
'IAS, sl. I SMITH.
Aininiimi t rletor aof tie,- eIv:ilh-
4f Artlinur F.,ret, tde,-' n*i.'t. R. I). VENNIN .
Thi .llly 17nh. 1 I.
-- ttorney-at-i.aw,
a First pui ..IJ ly 4': hlst Aui. 1:-Ir, I'LI FIloI
Notice of Applcktion for Tax Deed IUnder o
Section t of Chapter I. Laws of Florida. Will ia.ti-- in State and F h.lralC'o
Notihe'k I w tiar.a y g ,'a.-ai I Sni It.h.a i:i-h,,I
itmil Bheiljn isi I F" 'Wa rd. ltirchi vnr -'. ,I, T'I :
Cer alltile- Ni ,. I1- d1:itI-El the. 4lid n nye .lull|
A. K Ia. h v, 111-A.I 'a >iald cer- i hlt. in,-, I n'
ji ,lch',. 1 n11. hn n" l,'i npplh'nil,,l f, r n ,\ .
d a.owd i n llin it t ordiilnm -, withla w ll ,
a--',tr.lft-at, e. nil rara--.| I ,ie faihleiw ing iS-,.ree 4J,,
I ta-wi : t ,it4 n' .ll r l* of w1t, ai f m411,i-' c.t" I
Tl I 1.5' I --lli o. :" I-- .res. | lil-, slil lmil I-'i1.L-
* tis ".-'cI-m i h," nine-it unIelo OfiIh, r'a111111,. 141 1 h

awitn.,-- m i nr E tioln l hianitn i-.nd i,'i in -
h t-th lty ,f ilnl y ( I..f I ,. A \
* Clerk 'lrcutli urt Volu.-ll i F'itnll -1e-nli: 1:
W it r s ot i cia. J l A 1:l .. _ro t :I- 1 1 .


,Fir t piluh. July -N;: 1i: t \1.1 I;, i S
N. rT ItiE.: ci, .f ''Li.l '\TlrIN lFe t I \X
IV-F:I): NIT .; I -I'-TItS N sel -'n' \ I
T I-: 1'I ,I ,, A %.,
NolitE i- her.-y ziv,.-In hln :.it .. N. W ;l( n-e I
Ul'rhlit- .r eofT ix Ce,.rihllli ,i t'* hl hi I
tn l.- t'r dI y of.I n ly. AII I ie.. hry... lihi .,t l il i
v -', rtl ll l,. i n nlvitiy ttci l. ,,d |1.I-, Illi,,,1:14, l.
s I ilhoiI for niix *deetl I io I i ..t) i ,I.,Ior 1 .. -
with Inw. S!lhi t,'rnilt -a,-. .,n,,ilihra. .sI h1 T ) IN I)I'.\T
fllowln dE,-s i.-aI l I prot..,- iv Itan 1i i 111 l hal ineel*
S\',hlu si i tl itni* v. -Florida. it'-wi n : I.t s, 5m ,. 1 )t i e
e if I.ei S k -4 1 st lll eif Tif, s 11I lunnd lit-Iul e 'h ill do the 1
2s'-, s ,4 a hA ice i e- I t 4ll l f I"imE- i
, l-r l l -', li tI-nl, In Ih. mirmIE.If I :. I. hi.lhl T'hl e aily outpl
- "r i l t- x ,l, "., wiln I Se ,.; I,.r.,e i -o n e 111varieties of
l e hlaimi I \tl ml' II isslm-tIrhereo'
l o l h .. I ni y I ,ailf int, A. Ii ,11 I.
th- ; -th Elev e ekr.I.Inly.* 1 .. 511 2. a l a it rrPat vrn


I'E YOFR DIIF4RU
'sary.
rest.
ift oifiouir oeincnacomb


rh- vof aie'-s. a-ke


a


benlg seam tif_ n
much eertlacate t the
UnIels sueh oeeti ca
sceordilng tolaw, taxded i
o thwe mtb day of Aa A
Witnm. my offc Mao
thi the llth dayof Jl A I
Jui AmuL D. Jola
Clerk Circuit (Court Voluslel


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s deam en the berpem.
Sfti i Vt weS ol W iCeent
had an objection to grant
b st ad It must be at a long
I The amler told him to di his .
I whben the m4n of law drew
-It Vlg My note.making it payable;
t.1o Y of Judgment.
S^s^ea was raised, when the so
Slthe presiding Judge to
la-tle bilL
done so the Judge replied:h "i 1 WIL butr A a s r e =Wr So m bm
in perfectly good, and as
day of Judgment I decre e
.P' iay tomorrow." IIt UM MW W5me
-s FleTIe P ams. KFARA ECOMPAME
Sthe most llOaluable frame m r OVAL.. FAMIY SOAP.
W ig e for a picture is that which
-*The Virgin and Child" in the HAPPY DAYS.
of Milan. Its size Is 8 by
31 and is of massive hammered The splendid summer days have come,
to of molin o h a pmere The glad, st of the y' r.r:
with an inner molding of laes The p! nic sao iw!ch has arrived ;
* The corners have hearts de- The epen cars are h te.
oIn large pearls, and precious Excursion I .oats call out of town.
g o m are inlaid around it It is said While band s of amre o-: dlowV.
go have been the gift of a rich nun- On people every day.
0.,and its estimated value is 25=000.
g-j of the pictures in the Vatican at Th arethe gladdstdays of all
.' eie ae' lsed in a frame studded The tools who ro'k the bot's are ieardl'
jewJels so that the value of the From every day tr so;
.arly equals that of the pie- "The cyclon(s flatten buildings out
.e. Many continental churches have Whnae joyfully we read about
with similar frames of great Come cloudburst every dny.
This is the merry summer time,
aee the ash. The gladd-st time we I.now;
fmhe of '- bo uses" These are the dnys when .son,;lirdl. sing
T gea ingrkable instinct which cases Andti hlush;nsz ros-.ks blow;
the.mg h to roll himself in a ball of Upln the broad gray strips of sand
ggwethe dry Mason approaches _e1 .__y n la... .


^ ---- *Whil ne man (logs trop r muzzlesi and l
t a a W 1 erful provision of nature. in- p.omp gayly every day.
kInu sac olely. it would seem. to pre-
eMs the extinction of the species. The -This is : ;h.' .id.ome season .h. n
The Ic vi r and thie maid
lgoot abtesting fact about this fish Fight off mosquitoes while they loll
-i thatIt breathes by means of its s,. n. y l., ti .had.;
lbwhen in its native element and by The calf ;..ps payly on the mead.
A-lg a of lungs during its voluntary The wi-it, r's far away.
itArd. tille-d wlxili merriment, we rnad
agotriisement in the mud cocoon. Of sunstroks very day
--Chicago Itcord-llerald.
C(oSiaTIPATEDn Ilow:I". I
H To have good ihalth, the body shi uldl e Changcd IlIm ind..
S-tbt in a laxative condition. alnd Im'"I'm going away." hel said. "t1o mnke
b b MSnot-ed at ienlnet on(.l1i aliY. so my fortune."
"it all tbm poiaanoli4US Waais lt' are v-a'
S daily. G. L. MwIrds. 142 N. This seemed to him the ro:nnntle
I St., Wgichita, Kaiias. write': I thing to do. and lie was loaded iup
SIhave d Herbine to riiigulat tlie. liver with roimnce.
-' J bowels for tie i';st t *n years. and "In a year." lie went on., "I will come
itlJgmd it a reliable r nmedly." .0'c. at J.. M. back to claim you, but in the mean-
S ,.Sous time you"-
FLOWER FRAGrANCE. "Yes?' she said inqu-ringly.
"You will lie left to pine alone.'
A L yrtUdows s~armpathy netweem the "Oh,. no. I won't," she retort(e.
SMni- ae ndd tI:e Bloomt. "You won't?"


One of the lealdinr in:rinufaeturers of4
perfumery de-clanrs that Ihe is quit. cer-4
k. : alu that flowers i ''sess souls. The
Stgrance of a tli-wer is actually its
-*-gA,. and it exists when the flower it-
j" tlhas perished. This is not a lioet-
lel fancy. he nmaitains., ut is fact.
Certainly the fragran ee of a flower
Snot a dead thing. This seems to be
a curious statement to make. Int it is
Sa fact that when certain conditions are
flfiled a part of the life of a flower
ver m em s to die.
Although the fragrance of flowers
dead years age may have undergone all
sorts of manufacturing processes to
extract it and to fix it, yet it never
dies. When the flowers of the kind it
was extracted from bloom. it exhibits
a marvelous sympathy.
Take, as an example, the case of jon-
Wis. At the end of the year the smell
of t e perfume is constant, but in
apehq a change appears. In May.
wv the Jjonquils are in full flower,
O vhualsta liquid has its scent exalt-
e e 6 agr prisingly high degree.
WVin the flowers are in bloom, the
a d essence is very perceptibly
irager i odor. As the flowers droop,
Ma 49os the perfume lose its potency in
strift agreement This mysterious sym-
patty between flower and essence nev-
er AM, but ever responds to the prop-
ir imasn.--Pearsonl's Weekly.
A SLA 'LENID o R M1FI i.
Neu.I S patl. |mrins. rlieunatistm. l l il>:lag
a d m iatie lulins viyeld toH1 t1. pnetrl hin
S iuaaen.i ol IlitllaIr's Snow linLiniment. It
p metate to the linrves1 indl lni.ni, nal
l ablsorhlM intl1 tl'- hi lM. its h'eaIl-
ing propertilm ian. eInve.%y4 to '\-iry*
S rt of tIie body anud etl.t ine' wo ii.let. --
S4 l cun"v. II. F. Moon1 Alnlit Illinllis
Oratrall Railwvla. Mhl.n. 'T.-nn.. st:itl.-:
SI have used hallinrd's So .iliiii'llt
f or rheumatisii. l.i.k.:ial-'. ,'4.'.. iiin v
family. It is a s il lid CwmI iot loi Iithol t it i :t- .'- f.' ili'd

I'Ke^eptlOB t<* [lZu.
Frank-Tha:t Miss '-Peihllow would
S rather dane' than v:it.
Cholly (protestlingly-%V ly. she was
engaged to me for the last waltz, and
be proposed that Inste:id we take' the
time to enjoy the refreshments*-I'uck.
The Helpleas rife.
Mr. Youngone-Why. Gladys. what's
the matter-supper not ready and you
sitting here crl'ing?
Mrs. Youngont--Oh. (;eorge-l-wo-
boo-1 can't find the cookbook--I.o-
hoo!-New York Journal.


"Not any. Do you think you're the
only twig on the tree?"
"You won't be here alone?"
"Well, hardly."
"'Then I'll be darned if I'll go."-
Chicago Post.
Can Thi Bet
"Yes. it fits le all right." said the
he'ilatins custoiter. trying it on a;ain.
"and it's a g-,nuiine pan:i:nii:. lint it will
cost so muchI to have it kept white and
clean."
"You don't hbve to do that with a
real pana:in;." xexpla'inel the salesman.
"It's only the imitations that are kept
clean."-Chica go Tribune.


intellectual.


I indergraduate to clium'i -That 'Miss
Sli'k is t'he fim'et leonvrstionalist I
ever met. She knows all the track rec-
ords for three years back.-ChicagoO
News.
LimitatloMm of Hi. Voeahulery.
ItIleibs-What a disag.r Crowler is! lIe boasts thlit lie is a man
of few words.
Sloubls-Yes. and most of those. are
cuss wvords.-Philadelphia Record.


The Weakeit Spot.
Doolt-Do you believe itthlc theory
that dimtme germs always attack the
weakest s|pot iln the' htnin 1,lk '
Smartlnnil--Ye I 'e-ause helm Jab-111"
ily had the grip it went to his head.-
Columbnlus lailsy News.
ept i titMRIS. L. S. ADAMS.
Mrs. Muatiep ltt yoO at pt to lve901. t.
keep np with lthe 11 est tti-li? "Wine of Cad auiisk bessinl
UMr. Ilugi:;:s tV,!l. iy lhus.rbnd to tired women leaving suffered for
iananges to 1 i0 iinz a new e on me years with weakness and bear-
every time he sta.vs out late.-Plhiladel- l wdoptors and dhaviff tried sNv-
pl docto r and different remledies
hi Recor with no success, your Wine of Cardul
was the only thing which helpednme.
Am I'prejIrdic-et Opinion. and cvetually cured me itseecdto
He-How Tlongr d, yu think a girl build up the weak parts, stren .g h
Stonow a lmihni before she con- the systan and correct iriegulaiities."
1i toilet bim kiss her? Ily "tir.,d Wvvoinie iMr-. Aelais.s
Uhe--Abtut 14.o1 i years If lie wants means n, rvous wmiii,'n who have
tl wait for her consent.-Chicago iec- disordenrati iinses., f;iilinsg of the'
5--R wowle. ovarian tr,,ul.l''s or any of
those aililpnits that wviuinn hl;aV.
Wbhat'. as a ame? You can c oue yourstlfatlhouiew ith
waimi o a name. this Unvat wonii' s re.ne.aly, V nie
Bewitt-The're's nothing in a name. thiof Caatui. Wion' of r ui has
Jewett-I agree with you. I know curd thlusai.Vine of carus whi h
mw11w who named his goat Oleomarga- doctors have faihnll to hIeeitt. Why
gas. a 1 yet the goat has turned out not begin to get well tolay? All
b e a good butter.-Kasln City Joulr- druggists have LU1I.ot Idt('. For
am" any stomach, liver or bowel disor-


A vAGER

rinaL]
It istasngdhow people on board
ship are glh to betting. I have
known a matuo when ashore would
consider him disgraced at risking
money on a anal election lay a wa-
ger at sea oit color of the eyes of
the pilot whiould take the vessel


into port.
We were in middle of the Atlan-
tic ocean, atbose of us who fre- Rbber T Carriages Fine Horses Crefl Driver
quented the sing cabin had become We are well equipped for "Straw Riden." The finest turnouts in the city.
inveterate seti mblers aboard than 'Buses nt all tmins and take pasneuger to any part of the city.
usual. We nuly bet on the daily Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
run of the site weather and all Telephone 27
that, but woulnJure up all orts of
disputes on wito stake our money.
There was man who always
smoked with iho could not be in -_______________________________________________
duced to ga a clean shaved. 0*
smooth looking fellow in specta-
cls. Somebotid that he was a 4* L I I T.eaJlil
Princeton divl student, but that
was not substaed. Seeing that he Druggists 4
was not of thing kind, we all let 0
him alone, es a fellow named ** ******0 ****** **
Ashurst, a co ill favored man The Ln~wt-l and Most completee Stock 0
whom none of ked and whose ab- of Drugs in )aytonn. I'neriptions coin-
senee we would preferred. poun0l by lregistredl Pharinu.ist only. *
"Mr. Tillotsot would say to the 0*
man who declib Iet, "I'll bet you 4**0444 *-
$10 to a cent tit don't see another o0 Perfumety and Toilet Articles. l
vessel this side idy Hook," or "Pf111
bet you twentyve that there Isn't TRY OUR PINE TA.l COUIill i.\IlS.AM-25 cents a bottle. *
a cloud in the tomorrow at eight
bells noon." B ech treet. p 1 DAYTONA, FLORI0 DA 0
"I never bet,"Mr. Tillotson. :
"I only want ake it interesting
for the party."
"Well. then, bee, for the sake BOND & 3 BO DTT CO.I
of the party, I'.-ou. I'll bet you B O& B O C
$0W)i even that-e we sight Fire (INCOR\((lORATTD)
Island I'll pull titain's nose."
Every man prtook his cigar out -- MAN'FACTURERS .OF-
of his mouth anixed at the speak-
er. The captain the nost digni- Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
field and forbiddian commanding
any of the great., a tyrant to his m r h n
men and irasciibh his passengers. Lum ber Lgt lllgl e
"I can do that '." said Ashurst.
"if I an willinAlide the conse- FlOOring. Sidinfg, Ceiling.
luennes." &V
"I will stipulaltoined Tillotson. Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
"that if the 'alptkes the slightest 'Phone 83
objection I loie t." Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
"Tkere'si your Ashurst." R. J. Malby, Manager
"Take him."
"IIe's giving y These were a f the remarks
fired at Ashurst ke present. As- AN M AT T Nations
hurst puffed ny. ,lowin a II
('cloud of s. loke. si lby his expres- B St C a
sion I1th a .desii,.a'ss himself *
of Tillotson's nr'id caution lest
lie should lie ol. The latter It's all Florida.
prevail Wiy V Ini iY rt'I l igiarsM. nismad front l he';vy troli.l toi la .1 d wtonrl with opinill
"Oh. theros sol in that. It'sVa Iot11 r ,ris. wn v ou *-IIn I-have thl pur loriai leaf it a five--lnt pri.e
not a l-,iiimate vfor a bIet."
"See hili c'rawreim:irked one lti\ -f 2--....................1.L. "FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
of the smokers. hlc'd back out lix\ If .PI... ............. l.i)j
if any oiue fa'ed L
i A s: h .Aurst..aiother. "hie',s S. W R O W L E Y ^.S.^.'o
sure to Ie lit(terboard. and
you'll take in the 4
Thus I:adgered Q~ne hand and OAKY
glor n Wb1 3'. HALIFAX WAGON M WORKSS
an"Will a t t s no GODWIN Proprietor
"Will you all ut there's no T1. 1i. GODWVIN, Proprietor


catch in the maioi asked the
party; "that lie lulls the cap-
tain's nose-.?"
"We will!" h. l'hoy man.
"Where and wih you do it?"
asked Ashurst.
"When and whver"
"Who's to witiies
"Any or every -e. including
yourself. I'll notify time to be
presentt"
"'And if the eLiknocks yoa
down'"
"If he objects in y whatever,
the money is yours
Ashurst was an tls man, and
the chance of wini money was
drawing him far mOthe chaffing
of the party was dim. He sat,
puttin vigorously, to think of
somne way jly whi4tson could
win. but as no w:artrd to himi
hlie finally deterininim. the risk.
The nionty was It the hands
of a passenger, a iled Gerkin.
who hadti n'ver lhe'i smoking
cabiu and wais suipllbe entirely
unprejudiced. The )f the bet
were explained to d lie was
pledged to seer(, y. man gave'
his word to refrain v illusionn
with the captain. Iktvery care
was taken that thi'should be
fair for both p:arlti *nkes were
not to be turned -v'.r without
the nianatiiious totoy smoker
present when lle 1'made, an
evlen number, (erki. the de-
cidi g vote. I
The day passed wil mnolesta. '
tlon of the c:iptain other was
stormy. and lie raurl' bridge.
"Go tip there. Till'd do theI
Job where all canll said a
smoker.
"No nTed of thiat."rillotson.
"He'll eouc down 1t ,weather
clears. If I should ttow, he'd
murder mie."
The next morning ?e. ,and
after breakfast w failed jiy
Gerkin to assemble smoking
room and wait for tiny. We
did so. and aliout 1 Gerkin 4
'aillec to us amid dt si, follow
himi. le led the w; lbiarlber
shop. There, reclininiair, his
face eovtredt with laying for
the first tinie ini firtyrs,. was J
the captain. liver hi)arber's
white jacket. stood '"liavin,
him. \ icn hIni-ktd. r1 Ti
lolson took tli,' 4l0ii'i()se lle.-
tween his fillgcrs1 ;il strong
pull. Its owner w :s after
liis long watch evail tio:- did
thle shout of l:itlhiter with-
out product'I tihe slicith'
It was unmi;iihnioiisiy at Til-
lotson haid f:iirly \n,:,t $1X)0
of tlie money in 'l4hii:ie rest
tvent to the Sailors Sit,'
CITII VI'.IR1IE.


fhtle signature is on every ea-ms
Laxative Bromoie.. THE
the remedy t.ut cuams a e al E


FINE WAGONS


Near Bond Lumiber Yard.


Nor ow-


ALL MODKRX COWNVXRWIZWC- S.A
Rates, s.o peow *Des ao perWe d&
Henr I dt Propretor


H* V. AVY MANUFACTURER of HIGH oRADS"
Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stovwe.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good ea
Bem-h St. and l lleview Ave. taytol


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
E. DILLIENICIAM, Proprietor.
McClelllsan Edward, Masmages.
Moulding, Scroil Sawing, Turniug, 1W
SColonil Columnt. Porn-hColum So&',,
Work and wood Yard, Pai.le is .i .. to. oner. homee 7.
4-1) DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI'IACY
NORTH IBEACII STREET


Hlas a A'loh't Stock of......
IRl'G;.S FOR PRIISCRIITIONS, PATENT MElIH('INIS. IltIUSHES,
COMING AND TOILET St.A 'S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toit Articles.


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hoi ists; I attire lie )I] N $i1atidmis.9:N14) 10i 1:30 a*. ini.; 2:30l toi-4:301 p. m.


Trowell's xpressin Baggage Linof_49'


Officei'its I fit I I-tio 1. 1te IIN'il s' la I( P


'l'ole'lhiese 93


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.

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It is a Fact


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CARRIAGES.


D~aytona, FlIa.


BUNNELL'S

Saw and Planng Mills
R;Or \\ N D DpRii| id to isfih all kinds Ef

ROUGH AND DR-SST PINE


LUMBER


ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.


WE MEh-i ALL COMPEIlTTION.




Hammocks


Refrigerators

Gasoline St\ ves

Ice Cream Freezers


Are Summer Necessities.


C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY
\ ll \V rnll .

,- reilk. r "' "' ... "' p ,rs I'""" "' | "". "" ........ :;l'-
F resh :iii. a-i ;i .. ... F resh iill i Milk. i,r.li;irn..

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Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot <

Water Heating. t


'Agent for the Ercsson


Engine.


North Rid.cwood


HOTEL MELVIN


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.Centrally Located. '
GAZk I'TE-NEWS WILL BEl Moderate Rates.M. ATON,


DA ONA TRANSFER CO.
PsLtaUIu & Rix, Proprietors.


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


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HER LAL

GUARDIAN

fCOpyriht, M1. by C. R Lwl)1
When Mary Streeter was seveten
years old, er guardian, Mr. Caulkld
whom she had never seen, called at the
school where she was being educated
to see her. IHe told her that on the
death of hi r father the courts had ap-
poiinted hiti hbr gu.::.I:.n. After his
departure she made inquiries and learn'
ed that File had Inberit Il $50,000 In
bonds uad nmilio.ed r. pri: and the
interest had tx in more taul ..ienough to
meet ltr expenses. It w;as not above
four v weeks when Miss F.trfeter's g:.ird.
lan paid her another vist. lie took a
more familiar tone this time. and she
could not help seut-ing that he wa
making a great effort to reidr r himself
agreeable. IIis ardor w.as Instantly
dampened. however, when she began
to question him about business. He
seemed a good deal surprised and put
out that she had learned what she had,
and he took advantage of the occasion
to read her a lesson In law. During
her minority he was responsible to the
courts alone. When she had attained
her majority, he would be obliged by
law to file a report of and surrender
his guardianship, and he hoped she
would be entirely satisfied with what
he had done.
In about three weeks Mr. Caulkins
came again. If there had been any-
thing unpleasant at the last Interview
he had apparently forgotten it, for he
was all smiles and compliments and
good nature. Before the girl really
knew what he was at he had made het
an offer of marriage and smilingly
awaited her reply. She was embar.
rassed. confused and indignant. She
had never even felt friendly toward
him. Except that she distrusted hinm
he was totally indifferent to her. and
she thought his proposal born of impu.
dence rather than love. It did not take
her over a minute to set him right,
young girl though she was. and his de-
meanor showed that he was abashed
and chagrined. Hlie attempted to argue.
but she would not listen. He asked her
to forget that he had spoken of mar.
riage. and she asked him to cut his
Visit short. He went away with words
of regret and apology on his lips, but
his eyes told a different story. They
had a hard. cruel look. and sihe realized
that she had rejected a husband to
make an enemy. An hour after he left
the school there came for her by mes-
senger a box of candy and a bouquet
She understood they were peace offer.
Wings, but she would not accept them.
She gave the bouquet to one of the
teachers, and the candy she laid away.
Another two weeks passed, and them
a dreadful thing happened in the
School. One of the women employed
to clean gave Miss Streeter's room a
Saturday dusting and while so doing
came across the candy on the shelf
and appropriated It. Half an hour aft-
er eating It she was screaming with
pain, and. though a doctor was speedily
called, slhe lingered along for an hout
or two and died. A doctor was brought
In, but his diagnosis of the case was
certainly wrong. She was a strong.
hearty wonian and had been in the best
of health and spirits up to the moment
of eating the candy. It could not be
shown that she had eaten anything else
to arouse suspicion, but the thing was
got over without anybody being held to


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
TZENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah

THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York, making cloae connwctionas wiih Nel w York-Boston slils or Sound
IJs. All ticket amts are supiliaIl witlh mollMihly sailing ~h'i-) .aiel information, sailing alw nkAles. stateroonii nservationis, or rall on
WALTER HAWKINS. (nenral Ag int. 221 West Itay St.. .Jaksonville.. Fla.
P. E. LaFEVRE. Manager. E. 1'. 4'11A1IL.TON. G. F. & 1. A.
New Pier 35 Nortth River. New York, N. Y. 3-15-2
J. W. WILKEISON. Agent. Daytona, Fla.


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Atlanta
Louisville
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SITUIERN RAILWAY
MTE IF TE CEBRATD TRAINS:

T* SouthMra Palm Limited
Th Washin6gn. Richw ond and




Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited



V" ta Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
AAM though The Land of the Sky."
iThqh taius via The Southern Railway are operated in
with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
li- Slheeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

SOr ima vi Sulbwrn always. C rrepel s Ssld.

IL FU. .CAirY, MP. Pm. Agt., 108 W. Bay St., Jackavdils Fla.


Go" Pining.Ags
Ymhgb D. C.


W. ILTAYLOF,
Ain't Genl Pan. Aest.
Agst& G&.


"Tm. ast oastoc FORID


"TI EAST OoAST OP FLORIDA
U PARADISE ROAMINED."


MM AST COAST RAILWAY.


. 1KE CARD No. 41.
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In Effect June 8, 1902.
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BRANCH LINES SCmLDU LES.


t o.SI*INo4 PAL.ATKA No. D.4 NeSSI Me. 64Me. 56
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9i 80i SlLv Jackuonvili: A", 67,t"S2 410 p 1p Sp
88 pO al" 8 aekeon'tlel, 3, a5 2aIUp $41 1318pIp
91J~~pj0 Re~al bobelaWk 620:.1 4A: sIIpi50p tp
p NO ~PLUsRal-Atlantic Bch 11I 6i13 95 8 P31 I I p goal
no p ID WiO4110 Ar Mayport Li.I100a I740& Ho il p I Slp


DialxFlyr Route leepinc Car operated on trains 6 sad t2.


DiyIDaily I BRA"CH Dailyj Daily
I1~~mws...ArIlU p 105p.lUIGs.Lv .... N. suyrns ... Ar lsupI p
I. *aw. ...Li- 1~3 349 p IRU11RIv .... Lxke Heten..Lv 180liO
..........Lv It a 4 00paIt a Lv...rswCztvLv INP) 434 p
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WWI ~tmmmat wbtqk trlmsmay be Ieeted to arrive anal depart
0 ii tiMesmq stated it o at garanteed.
m mpoosiM S W any delay or any mmumqaaenee wainag there-


Thes 'Shortemt Route.


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The woman was buried, and as the
days went by the Incident was being
forgotten when another dreadful thing
' happened. The dtecaAl.%sel wonan's
clothes had been given to a sister re-
siding in the town, and in overhauling
the dresses a piece of candy was found
In one of the pockets. Thlis was eaten,
the same sort of an attack followed.
and another doctor pronounced it a
case of poisoning. The woman died.
and after a postmortem examiinatlon
the ca:;e was giveii to the police. The
first death had not been connected
with the candy, but after the second
it was known that both women had
tbwei posisoned the sai'e way. Miss
Streeter felt sure in her own mind
that the candy came from her guard-
Jan. although there was no note to
that effect, and that he had deliberate-
ly ph leaned her death. but she said
nothing until summoned at the inquest
It had Iwen told, of course, that all
the candy distributed came from her,
and slihe had to testify as to how it
camllle into her possession. While she
was morally sure that her guardian
was the tender. she was so conscien-
tious that she would not testify to It.
The police went to work with a vigor,
however, knowing that they would
soon get Information In one way or
another, and then the third tragedy
took place. It was announced in the
papers that the guardian had fired a
bullet through his brain while sitting
In his office. The police had a suspi-
clon of him, but he was high game to
attack, and they were hesitating and
moving very slowly in the matter. lie
must have realized that it was only a
question of time, however, and he had
other reasons than tliose connected
with his ward. As having other prop-
erties in trust., lihe was a defaulter to
the amount of $100,.000. Hle had con-
verted about $-40,000 of her money to
his own uses. and yet had she consent-
ed to beeonme his wife he could have
squared upl and pulled through (on the
reaaiinder. After her death he would
have b'I'een obliged to give an atc'ount
of his guardianship, but there would
have beeit a Ionsg Iely aind a chance
to try fu llture specu lat lions. and lie might
possibly have come out all right at
last. The police continued work on
thle c.ise. but it aminouiited to nothing
and was finally dropped, and today
there tare osly three or four personas
who have full knowledge of the des-
perate deed resorted to Iy a man who
stood high In the estimation of the
world and yet was a villain without
uzl-wry under his mask. M. U'AD.1.


pi l 11 I 0 l' it i) 1 ii11 liililra thTis l iiii S iit .
A w\vll >lrrlIi ,, l lt ;me in th0, w\ritr',
familiily w;%ia t irlld l i.t \\' k Iy.v t hi' tili -
ly ii.' of i('lhia ali n'i stl;ii i' oI i Ch'lleria
mi ill li .ali(ri'i aii -liiiraldy- ie ni th l1.-.st


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People

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE OAD
The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C' nnecti:
SThe AtlauticCoat Line, via Charlfn, Richmond
TO THE and Wahington.
JEJ1sLt The Souathern Railway, via Savann4 Columbia and
Washington.
The Southern Ry. via Jeesup, Atla and Chatta'go
TO THE est The Ionuiville & Nashville via Mon niery.
S s .t The Southern Ry. via Savannah, CdJnbia, AshvillI
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Mont tery.
E ast Via Savannah and Ocean Steanmi company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boo*w .
Via Savannah and Merchants and Oners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk ard steaners for New fork, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havana,lvia Peninsular and Occidental Steauaip Company.
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Barn and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkembury a 'harlotte-otown.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 30, to the principal resorts through_ ut the country.
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, and state wfr you wish to
go, and proper information will be given.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Washington. D. C., from Daytona $4j3o, with 15 day
transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to (kt. 31, 1902. Interchangeable
mileage tickets good over 13.0(M) miles of among the princill railways in the
southern states, are on sale by the principal uta .
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent, address
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St., Jamsonville, Florida,
T. M. FMER4oN, H. M. XMKIU)oN, W. J. CRAIG,
Traffic Manager Aimt. Traffic Manager (elin. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.


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iIiiMaiesi's and sick headalchte. Nothing w~a'inenal to do Ine anly got,lI.
Ointe dayI a friend asked int what the truille' wits. Wlinl I til d
lhilni hin.cnimiended -d IR'I'A'N'S Tabulh.. Tlh:ttvanliingI:l ar it a
Niox. and after the wlond li>x I lotagain to feel so much relief t hat I
kept on with theti. I have Rilianll Taliules always inllihc Iet use
iiow and carry ai pl-kag.' if thema in i my iMa-ket


tOi* gives relicl.


At druggiMts.
Thei' Flive-4 'nt pae-ket in enough for ani or-linary ..M:s iiln.
Thel family. Ibottle, t6i enits. cointainsa a
upplily for a Iyar.




Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
-'DIXIE FLYER R(I T'E"


No. 2-
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:1:55 am Ar............. aona.............. Lv 11:.'.I pani.........11:25 ania
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Nto. 4- Dixie Flyer-4'arries P illiaii lira\iiing KXoon Ihtiffe.tt Sleepiiig ('xal'.
. iakstlivillf to St. laollis anld .haknvimllvto C'hi ';ago wiihoit a-Ii l ge, making
4lir.- t c(ioninea'tiln iat Nashville with ~skpinig ilars' lfor Luiiiivill aniid I 'iiiisinati.
thly stop at following A. V. & W. statiails: 4 rawforl. ihaxt.er aindl Flargo. .
Thliough -tm-lchitn I.-twteen .liu'ksonaville aid iMacon a.
No. 2-Day E.>hpevs-Stops at all A. V. A W. hmal stai i,oia. Makeml din-rt ai'.
inet risI fior all poiiilts West anil Na'lrtlh west, viai li.h iotli C(on.-l. ainl Mati)nIi.
C'lnnl-ntiions imalilh at .hiksionville \ itih all aill litoitil i tilinsa of tih iSn l', .alial
.Air Linie iand F'lrii aEast 'Coalst Ilys.
I:. 1. lBARNES, I(;ls. Slip't. 1. Ii I 'KIK"TT. ian. .ass. Agt.


ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD


To St. Louis and Chicago


1'illiihnsl IP'a alaa' Sl'l ping 'iars from .) 'khsonvill. to St oi uii s aiiid to Chiictagl,


CUTOR
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SMALL

.0 LINES %F0#

Through tickets to New York, PhiladdPW
New Haven, New London, 8tomahgkt l
SProvidence, Fall River, BostAm and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Thrm
trainB every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville at follows:
Via the Sea Islands.........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
0 Via Plant System........................... 3:15p. m.
0 Via Seaboard Air Line................ 7:40,p.m. (Fast Mail.)
P Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connections.
0 For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc., addrme
A We V A 220 West Bay Strwet,
Ak. W P LF ..5* Ynt, Jacksonville, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.
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NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry



Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

Clhicao0 and Florida Limiled rain

and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars
TheI "Chicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Augthi.
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with
fimet O)lmervation and I)rawingroomn skepers, dining cars, etc., through wilhlg
change. The faunous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Athlauts *
Martin to St. Louis without .hange.
For information relative to mt-e&, schedule. etc., or for sleeper resrvatiom wdriti

C. E. HARMAN, (ien. Pass Agent, E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pa .
Atlanta, H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.
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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Ilin.vt Service kBetween
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
killingn g at Charleston I oth Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Soothbound
Northbouud .


........................ From Lewis' Wharf, Bioete
....from foot Catherine street, Jascks Ul l


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINK.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOPPINGl AT PI'AIATKA. ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS. BERESFORD, (DBLA.XO
BILI'E SPRINGS and literirneliate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
STE.\MER LOUISE
CAPT. I'. I. IBRO'K
IS .Al'lOI'liN:'El 'r s Is, AS FIiOLLOWS
Leave Fooit .'atlh'rin' Stiait..li;rksiiivilll.......lTu''sdlaymsandnSaturdays at 5:00 p.Mr.
IA.lave Sanf irl ............................ ....................llonda. ys iand Thursdays at 5:00 a.m.

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

A.('C.IHAGETY, East'nl Pias. Agt.. F.M.ll0l(NMi)NIIEl,.1it., At. den. lPa.w. Agt.
19i State St.. New York. 201t \\est thiy St.. .hIa-kmoiville, Fla
THOS. 1). HALEY.F l.al IFrt. Agt. I'. I. OVEL.l,. .Asst. Fla. Supt.,
Fobot slogan St.. .lI .ksomnville. lF',it IIlo.'oin St., Jatckouville.
,N'0. 11. 110 .WA1 ). Sii.rii ,it lnt,
't. oIt lhlogan St., .lia'tks'Omlnville.
THEO. G. EOER, Wr. P. CLYDE & CO.,
(iein''ral l Maintag'r Gieneral Agents.
Ch-'l.-.lriiouIgl linidlig, 1t Stath e St.. I OppositoI ltiittery Park. N tew York.


WATERPROOF


SIGNS


Ar)y Business


I Cent eacb in 1000 Lots


The Ilst Line.


Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to
SAVANNAH, COLUlMBIA, CAMDEN. SO iTHlERN PINiK, RIt'hI.MONI)
W.ASHINGi''ON, BALTIMORE, PHI'LADELI'll1A awd NEW YORK
with THIlon;H PI'LLMAN SLEEIPEIIS. It is the only Line O(peratint
Daily Through Pullman Car Srvi'e beItw en.iaa'ks

'or further information write to
A. (. MA.IMINELL, Aawt. Gen. Pass. Agent,


Ia~ck-sonvjll'. Floraiida


SEABOARD


Air Line Railway.


CAPITAL CITY ROUTE


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