Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 9, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Da~tonat IFlorid@. Aug. 9. 1902

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We owe it to our homes. we owe it to the community, to keep
sweet. It is more easy to keep so if we el so. Nothing mon
conduaive or economical on a warm day than Ice Cream or lee

Call on us for Freezers, Dishes, Dis s,
Lemonade Tumblers, Pitchers, Sherbets,

Spoons, Ice Shaves, Picks, Awl, etc. *



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


A familiarsight on theCoeoanut Grove
road across theMiami river, in the vicinity
oflBrickell. Avenue, is the trio- MismEdith
Brikell, Mrs. E. C. McAllister and "the
yelow dog." During the past two
waek this real estate firm has sold over
ty kiots in the Brickell addition, and
claperomed scores upon scores of pros.
f etive buyers over the pretty sites.-Me-
iepolis. Miami.


I%&ingJersey s prepared, to spend
$10,000 to be able to say "good-by" to
the noxkiMs mosquito. By a recent act
of the Legislature she appropriated that
p amount toward exterminating the pet.
And that the work might begin Ht once
S during the summer season, when the lar-
vae of the insect are hatching out in the
swamps and stagnent pools. Governor
Murphy ordered that $1,000 be taken
from his "emergency fund" and applied
immediately. intending to reimburse the
Agd when the grasp of the legislative red
tape had been removed from the original
It is intended that a systematic. intel-
lipatly directed, vigorous crusade shall
be waged upon the small insect which is
mepomible for low values of real estate
if some of the loveliest sections of the
8tate. D AND


DeLand Supplement
The Florida East Cost Railway is mak-
ig preparations to go on further down
thecoast of Florida, and may not stop
NtO it reaches Cape Sable. There deep
water obtains and connection can be
*ae by stomer within a few hours
with KeyWest. Inview of whichfact the
Key West Advertiser predicts that Cape
Pable is the coming city of south Flor-
Volusia Co. Record:
A Florida company is to put 0lt00
acmes is a peach orchard and nursery.
The well know nursery men. Griffing
Bro.,s are prominent in the inauguration
9 of this big industry.
County commissioners meet in regular
g soemion in DeLand next Monday.
The Coontry school board will hold
S, their regular meeting in DeLIand next
S Tueday.

a Never before in the history of DeLand
bave the people had so much fruit to eat
as they have this summer. And they
came in early.
The Florida Agriculturist recently gave
out some rather startling statements re-
garding the tomato crops of Filurida last
year. It was between 4).<4KKt and 1.-
000,000 crates, or fully equal to orange
crops in number of crates and actually
worth more pound for pound.

Notice m herehy given that I will apply
to the city council at their regular meet-
ing August 11th, 1 IM)2. for permnission
toenrct and maintain a hloat house in
front of my property. N. 3lt feett of lot
two, block forty eight, s lame to built
Sand maintained with permniision of the
Council. W. W. Austin.

'Phone 9.

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Do not forget the primary election on
Tuesday, August 12th, for the purpose
of selecting a candidate for railroad com-
missioner. The two candidate. are
Memrs. Brown and Day. The former
had a plurality of votes at the late pri-


Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and children ar-
rived Saturday to visit Mr. Dupont's
family. They left this week for points
farther south to visit other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crow, a former mer-
chant of this place were in town Batut
The force of carpenters on Col. Roe's
house was reduced this week ro give the
plasterers a chance to work.
Mrs. H. A. King who has been visiting
Miss Milburn returned Tuesday to her
Florida hone in lieLeon Springs.


Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter McClel-
lau, a daughter, July 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Trowell are spend-
ing some time on the beach.
Mims.Maggie Carter has been quite sick
but is better now.
A number of our young people, led by
Mr Fuquay. surprised Miss Bena Wil-
liam on her birthday. They report a
good time.
Fred Kingston's daughter, May, has
gone with her aunt. Mrs. Patterson, toi
to visit relatives in P'ittsburg, Pa., and


W. M-Coy came on the excurimon from
Georgia to spend a few days with his
I'en-y Imong returned on Monday to
i Memphis. lie was with us over three
months and thinks this a good place in
which to spend a holiday and nlieans to
'ole IagaLi n.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harris. W. Weth-
erell son and F. WVetherell were amongst
those who took advantage of the ex-
cursion to St. Augustine.
The launch Tonioka took a party from
the Seaside- Inn to the Inlet Thursday.

(Too late for last week.)
Mis Leila Parker has just returned
from a very pleasant visit to her Uuck-s
S. M. Parker of Cooper. Fla. She also
visited many relatives, friends and
schoolmates at Lake City.
A very pleasant evening was spent at
the holne of Mr. and Mrs. Masons on
Monday eve.
Miss Daisy McBride is spending a few
daye with her friend Miss Willianmson of
Mrs. J. Yelvington spent the day with
her daughter Mrs. Camplrell o(f Harwood
ion Tuesday.

Attorney-at- I w.
Collections Given Prompt Attention.
Office with Bingham & Thomipson.

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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.

Ve'd sooner have the reputation of

charging you just a little more, for we

desire your L nued paronage and

would not hazard your good will byre-

ducing th standard of our merchandise.

You'll always lad our price the lowest po.SIPW.
o --u.I-- IL s rn tihr mnjKds.....



G'Try Mills' smooth ice cream
Texas comes in for her calamity ex
citement with a million dollar flood dam-

Judging from the extensive reports of
the Dade County press the Miami jubik
was a "bowling sueee." (
IW'Getyour pastry at the Giramnling
Bakery. 'Ti" much easier than baking
your own pastry this warm weather.
Hon. C. L. Smith, and commissioner
T. L. Rodgern, were visitorsat thecounty
seat the first of the week.
The First Methodist Episcopal Church,
of Daytona, have given their pastor a va-
cation for the month of August.
A. E. Mason and wife of Holly Hill
were in the city last Friday evening at-
tending the County S. S. Board meeting.
Mrs. 8. W. Johnston, wife of manager
Johnston, of the Noble Newspaper Union
of DeLand, is visiting on the beach.
E. W. Rush has returned from Palm
Beach and is visiting with his son. J. E.
Rush the grocer. The elder gentleman is
enjoying the sport of angling while here.
ill.t's about time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kost & Gwinner
are artists in painting and paper.hang-
ing-better consult them.

T. F. Whitten has sold his grocery
store to Mr. Forteen who will continue
the businem in the old stand. Mr. Fort-
sen is very highly spoken of.
Have you heard of the lbig catch of
bass at Keating's pier weighing 14.04
pounds? See Harris photo- Phone 91
Peck Ithlok.
California is rw-iving a shaking up.
Primxs reports have it that a severe earth-
quake sliho-k was felt ion tihe morning of
August 1st.
For information n-garding e.n-el .rate
to California and l several points WeVt,
address J. M. Fleming, Fhirai I'iissen-
ger Agent, L. & N. It. It.. Jacksonville.
Mrs. loyd Slioemaker who has been
quite sick and iconined to hlier roo, for
several onliths is very tUmlih inimprovi
now antl alili te i0' Ili p11 a11 l elolt.1 tlhe
It is reported that the' lhit -is alnd
boarding houites on the le-awli opposite'
Daytona are comforttaldly full o f s siilli-r
gueSts and that little townvn i- Ieen'oiing
a favorite resort for thliots-' whii \i ish tio
enjoy life on the I.a,'h -E-lv St. August int.
Mrs. E. II. Moore and little sion C;rlyle
left Tuesday morning for Ja.k.sonvilli'.
enl route for llaltinmonr,. M will visit several weeks with hir Irothitr..
before going to New York to lay illn .1
stor-k of illilliry goods. for the- fallm ;iil
winter trade.
The report that Mr. Flagler hadil soil
the East Cost Railwavy t the t iSouthern
Railway tConpany is offleially elhnih'l ,.\
Hon. J. R. Parrott. vie-pri.e"il,-nt aiUnd
general manager of th.' fort ir ro':il.-
Gainesville Daily Stiun..

The Pinewood Cemetery Assmwiation
wish to Ui1annoinie1 that all those inter-
ested are requilstedl to Iule-t at lhie ce-lii-
tery on Aug., 14 tlh (Thursdlay morning)
to clear u t lie new portion preparatory
to fencing satme. Bring yiour tools aind
if you can't coune send a iiman. The lIa-
dies will serve dinner.
George Vandervord lias just r'eeivedl
seven queen bees from the Holy Landl;
they are of the so called Holy Land vari-
ety. There were ten lof the, royal little-
ladies slhipled, wsven of them arriving
safe. They wen' six weeks coming from
Palestine to Florida. T"he iinsec.ts are
charac'terizAd by having shIorter bod.lies.
longer wings and hotter tempers than
the Italians.
The Executive Committee of thle V olu
sia County Union Bible SiNhool Ass. ocia-
tion havedecided to award thelicertificates
of merit next year f, ior tlte foIllowhing re.
quirel work: learnilig goldenn Texts,
Memory Verses, and Books of the Ilible in
order. A new departlite will I- ail certifi-
'cate firiiisdli to theil little wies whol tire
too young to learn mioren thaulie (IoIl-
den Texts. Literature will lie sent out ito
the schools over the country in a few
The San Mateot Fruit Co ..will Iegint
olieratiions (ti their lprolerty tt that
place on August Ist.. with !$2.5.1lM)I.4ii
of tleir stock s rileuril and itpaidl up.
The compalntiy will finish iemplo*e ivient
for about lt7 miein and thi, s:ri. nitmil.er
of sewing ma -hines and oli-rat'ora. until
about Christinmis, There will !i. about 541
carloadr of mliaterial uis i t in th* conlitrlu-
ction oft heir slites. Som eti. 2lig .-friit
trees will lie planted', itn lailitis i tle thite
trees now Ovi tIe proilkerty.

Thte people of Miami have another nra-
son to Iue glad tliat tie'y have in Mr.
Flagler and the F. E. '. Railway liom-
pany suclth genenius friends. As will be
wsen in ourne'wsi'e 1lotmliIm. theentii'e s.wer-
age systern of Miami. valulede at ?$1 :I.1n)
hais just leeon indeed to tle eity as free
gift. This comes at a time, utoo. whlie it
will greatly aid thi pople of thi- -.ityv lby
enabling them, toI go aih).-ead and make

Mrs. F. W. Amason and eildren are
visiting her parents M. H. and Mrs. Peck.
Miss Evelyn Clark returned home from
West Palm Beach Tuesday.
W' Fresh bread every morning at the
Gramling Bakery. It's good,.too.
E. Bllard and wi returned from
'hvilleN C., last Saturday.
&IL.Deliious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try someof it.
The Grand Atlantic is to have a new
pier built in the river.
Painter's i'rintery at DeLand is to bey
enlarged. /
Arthur Bennett has rented M.J. Moore's
cottage on Volusia avenue.
Milws Revels went over to DeLand last
week on a business trip.
MI.Try some of those del-iious fresh
fruit pies at the Gramling Bakery.
P. A. Hiller anm wife of DeLand are
over for a two months vision the beach. ,

Jacob Slough wears a smile. It in a
boy that came to his house Monday. All
doing well.
Mr. Pocher and family, brother-in-law
and sister of D. A. Blodgett, arrived Wed-
Rev. Stephen Butcher, of Orange Park,
will preach at the Congregationalchurch
next Sunday morning at eight o'clock.

Mrs. Voorhis and daughter, Miss
Guilda, of DeLand, are visiting at the
The August term of tle Criminal Court
for Volusia ('o.. will ni et next Tuesday
at the county seat.
Medatnmes Wilkinson and White and
Miss Cross are sending a few weeks at
Silver Iea Mrs. TIhela Hall and two little daugh-
ters, of ih.land,are visiting with Mrs. F.
4'. Atlen.
Mrs. Chas. L. Smiith went to St. Au-
gusitie, W4ednesday, and paid a visit toP
her daughter Miss Ora, who is taking a
nurse training course there.
Miss lIlanche lBronson and mother of
lh.Land, are stoplping at the Seaside Inn.
Miss Bronson is linotypist at the Sup-
plillienlit ofice.
Messrs. Earls and Cole. have their saw-
ing maiilchine set up on their new lot, cor-
ne'r Magnolia avenue and First street,
anlld hinl sd.
In flashing ilup Ridgewo(id in Kingston,
we iiotite Mrs. McHinney's plum trees
are hleangiiig to the ground with their
load of fruit.
.1. A. Hendricks has leased the Moore
lioilSe, corner of ltidg-e'w oodiand Magno-
lia avenues, until Mr. Moo the fall.
The sloop, "'Luif,'r," Captain .1. Y.
lh)twiler in command, arrived in port
Wednluesday and tied Iup at the Yachtt
Club doctk. Mrs. lietwiler and daughter
were aboard as paienigers. The Luci-
fer is a very tasty and trim craft. Mr.
Iletwiler has presented the Club with a
lot of books on fish industry, one on4
I'arto Rico.

Mangoes are-leginningto rilppen. Does
everbody know that green mangoes are
igood substitutes for alples, and make a
tirsil lass green apple pie? They are just
as gi ,Id formance and canned fruit. They
.se4 g1tgood only for eating after they are
ripe., and for that they are fine-East
Coast A.\dvie'ate.
This is a fruit thlise tn t of ie-ophl, have
to l'arn to eat, but in tihe opinion of this
w.ril- thern- is not a fruit grown in Flor-
ida that surlpamse it in delicacy of flavor.
\We havei rf-#-ived the following letter
int repldy to our reent advertisemnnt for
:l iyv to le';rn the printing trade:
al'l'leTONN? mis: yuLY 29-02
iublishler of das Hamtzetten NeWs
Ililloi y I>;ane lukeni on ilas plami-r frunn
Dayito i1 ainld (e 4ldas papltr laken to har
daitI sminart kedI to learned print Val ay
hane dtnm i smart ke#l anial ny Ibane vorken
on Il;Is print skoup foiraterysolangatiain.
Skull di 'evetlii vpeli -of liy coineSn oin
dai tllio ;ay Italiee ailall glide yob mlian
Written u iUii-k
freddy j. dow

Half- Sick

"I first used Aver's Sarsaparilla
in the fall of 1848. Since then I
have taken it every spring as a
blood-purifying and nerve-
strengthening medicine."
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans.

If you feel run down,
are easily tired, if your
nerves are weak and your
blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand-
ard family medicine,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
It's a regular nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
builder. $ i.M0aWik. ANui~ .

Miss Luse Oakes is visiting friends in
New Smyrna.
I Go to Hendricks' for your bathing
J. C. Darby of Jacksonville was in the
city Monday.
T. F. Whitten was over from Seabrese
Dr. Schofteld of Cocoa is taking an
outing at the beach.
Mrs. Hattie Gwinner returned from
her long visit at Miami last Friday.
Rev. Butcher preached at the Paptist
chrh last Sunday evening.
(The dredge South Carolina is opening
a channel opposite Holly Hill.
H. T. Howard of fleLand registered at
the City Hotel Tuesday.
Mrs. W. W. Austin joined the Augus-
tine excursioniste Wednesday.
A good time to st gram for a Ad be-
fore the coming winter.
Silas B. Wright of DeLand was in
town laat Friday.
Amzi Benedict's hammock orange
grove is carrying a heavy load of fruit.
I.Just received, a new let of men's
and boy's suspenders at 10c, 18e and
25c, at Hendricks'.
Mrs. W. F. Gille went over to Orange
City Monday to spend a few days with

W. J. Harding bought a fine Jersey
cow from the dairy of E. W. Amaden, of
Ormond last week.
Dr. Walton has taken possmlon of his
commodious new office building on Pal.
inetto avenue.
The U'nited States army uniform is to
be changed from the familiar lilue to an
olive drab color.
A. Schants left for his home in Dayton,
0., on Saturday to attend to business
interntfs there.
Rev. E. W. Butler of Ormond was in
our city Monday shaking hands with
his friends.
George Smith left for Los Angeles, Cal.,
Monday morning, going by the way of
Phoenix, Arizona, where he has some
property interests to look after belonging
to the estate of his father, late deceased..
Mrs. A. K. Brokaw and children re-
turned last Friday from their visit to
Karl Kost has just given Mrs. Sarah
Smith's cottage on Second avenue a new
coat of paint.
C. C. Harvey is engaged in carpenter-
ing at Goodall, working for E. E. John-

Elmer Silvernail expects to return to
Miane to resume his studies in the U'ni-
versity of Maine soon.
Mrs. Lyle received a very severe shock
from lightning last week. She has been
quite ill since from theeffects of the stroke.
Now is a good time to clean grass off
the walks, to save the ladies' dresses
when walking during our rainy season.
Mrs. Marsh and daughter, who pur-
chased the Bufton cottage on south
Ridgewood avenue last winter, arrived
and took occupation this week.
F. N. Conrad and Robert Boyd drove
over from hDeLaind Saturday, returning
Monday. They found some pretty bad
road part of the way.
Hlerbert Thompson arrived in New
York last week from Havana. lie was
engaged in the Custom House in the lat-
ter city, but has relinquished his job.
T. J. McMurray and family are now at
Manitou Springs for the remainder of
the sminer. They expect to return to
their beautiful Ridgewood home early
in the fall.
A young man recently from the North
thought those "mighty big oranges"
at A. W. Well's on Palmetto avenue.
On being told they were grape fruit lie
thought they were bigger "grapes"
than oranges.
During the thunderstorm of last week
the Wilmans Opera House was struck by
lightning and the gasoline in the engine
asset on fire. It was extinguished be-
fore any great damage was done.
Jno. M. Fuquay was made quite sick
for three or four days by an electric
shwck durfug a thunderstorm lat Fri-
day. The horse he was driving was
knocked down but he got up and ran
away, breaking the harness up. Fuquay
says it's the only thing ever made that
horse get a move on him.
Mrs. G. A. Wingate of Ormond has
urnhiased of E. N. Waldron his cottage
on First avenue, known as the Lowell
Illace. Mrs. Wingate expects to con-
tinue dresnimaking as at Ormnond. and
give her daughter the advantages of our
good high school.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. (iratnling
renited the '. H. .Jones store room,
corner Second avenue amid Beach street,
where she will move her bakery about
(Oetolwr Int. The owner will have a
large' brick oven put up for the use of
Mrs.%. rant ling.
The Mount Washington, the new
house of An.dersoen & Price at Mt. P'leas-
ant, N. ti., was opened in due season
and only as they know how, with a
long list of deliglitee patrons. The or-
chiestra is composed Of 2:1 people. Fifty
blooded Jersey cows furnish the house
with crean and milk. No other hotel
inen are more deserving of success.

Clearance S

Before taking our annual inventory

sell any 00ods In our ine at a daIconMtl


One Dollar's Worth .

85 Cents

Some goods even lower, exceptKKick

Patterns. Fifteen cases of new


Just arrived, but three is no reserve on them.

Everything goes at fifteen per cent discount,

5t oore 3Pro0&

Vet Cave is working in Huntsville,

E. E. Starkey made a business trip
over to I eLand Thursday.

1). H. Osteen has gone out of the dairy W. II. Jones left for New York via
business. Clyde Line Wednesday.
Miss Lucy Haecker of Bulow was in Mrs. Rev. Bingham returned home
town last Saturday. from Atlanta Thursday.

T. H. Cave of Holly Hill was in the
e'ity the first of the week.
Rev. C. M. Bingham is spending his va-
cation on the beach.
Some fine bass have been caught on
the ocean pier this week.
When a woman wants to pull a mnan
she first draws him out.
The bill collector is one man who is
seldom out of a job.
W. H. Wheeler, a concert tenor, sang a
solo in the Baptist service Sunday night.
Rev. Butcher preaches at the Congre-
gational church tomorrow morning.
Mrs. J. D. Crabb and two sons of Lake
City are visiting Mrs. S. W. O'Brien.
Mrs. Wheeler Austin left Tuesday to
join her husband in Beaumont, Texas.
Mrs. J. A. Flood and children had a
stormy voyage to New York but arrived
Seneca Tupper will make his futun.
summer home in Kankakee, Ill.. having,
purchased a fine house there.
The Daytona Concert band is re-or-
ganizing. They give a concert at Way-
cros tonight.
D. I). Rodgers returned from Miami
and Key Largo last Friday where lie has
been doing some surveying.
Mrs. Wm. Atwood and Mrs. F.T. Pe'.k
report a pleasant voyage front .Jackson-
ville to New York.
Mrs. T. A. Lo.sely of Titusville is visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jibb at
Sehmiidt's Villa.
One of the Keating cottages is receiv-
ing an addition of a new piazza. IAetty
Johnson is doing the work.
Judging from the way a certain
wonan of this town manages hIer huls-
band we infer that all women are not
devoid of humor.
S. W. O'Brien has returned to his work
bench in the postoflice building. He has
six pairs of homer pigeons in his pige on
cute now.
The colored baseball team that caine
down from St. Augustine Monday to
play thel Daytona colored d ls were ac-
coilmpanied lv a brass bandl. They re-
turned hoin Tiuesday.
A special train. carrying Vi-- I'residenit
.1. R. Parrot, teueral Superintel-ent It.
T. floff. Traffic. Maliager .1. P. It -kwith
anil I'. S. Senator T;iliftro. palise-I
through tIe .- city Tluesiday tol ianai.
Little Steven, infant chlildI of Rev.
Butcher.diedTluesday morning. T'hel re-
mains were shii|ped to Jacksoiiville, i'-
coniLpaniedit I by the father of the child andl
Mr. Wheteler, brother-in-law of Re-v.
Butch 'r.

4. F. Spaulding is harvesting so e There were about 75 at the concert
splendid cashaws front his Savannah given at the Haptist chun-h Friday even-
farm at Blake. lie attempted to haul ing. The program rendered hy Mr.
a load to his home on the beach the first Wheeler and Miss 'Porter was considered
of the week. but the people at Goodall very good. A handsome sum was real-
way-laid himnt and he had to sell out ized for the' chur-h building fund. The

Mism Maggie Hawk spent Tuesday and
Wednesday on the beach. She was the"
guest of the Misses Hopkins.
Miss Lydia Willatowski has returned
to DeLand after a pleasant visit with
friends here.
The depot buildings and fences about
the grounds an' to have a new weot of
Some 25,3 people from Daytona and
suburbs went on the Excursion to O.
Augstine Wl ednesday.
L. S. S-rlel, of L.e-eslurg, traveling
freight agent of the ('Clyde Line was In
the city yesterday.
Harvey VyWatigh, the popular clerk at
At wood's iaitught a:i poIund seabass at
K'ating's pier Thursday morning.
I. S. ltecker, who has been visiting
with his daughter. Mrs. Arthur Bennett,
several weeks. retuirtned to Jacksonville
We'd nisda y.
Miss Sne ithjokinis, of Ypsilanti, Michi-
g.it, who has Ix'en visiting several weeks
wilb her father and sister on the beach,
left for E. Melbourne Thursday.
Melers. E. E. I'taurkey and I). I). Rogers
enjoyed an excii'-sin among Ithe Florida
Keys,south of Miamii. while visiting that
city last week. Mr. Starkey captured a
swarm of wild iees.
Ilno. M. Fliiuy lih.;i hald his house on
Sabree-ze avenue, Se.:ilize. enlarged by
four rooms, throiilighly fisnied, neatly
painted, the .vyard sioldld, cenient walks
laid and ai front fence built; the improve.
nits amounlit to ,IH). The building
now hlas 1:1 roormns.
Dr. Frenc.hi lih fo iIwl a new i:e for the
tire e.ngiine. 'Tii s\v'ewr onl Orange ave-
ime near their riv.ir Ih'-e ini, e gorged with
shingles and othir ruiilpishi and the en-
gine was VI l'eolugllt into requisition to
turn the hows on toi it aind wa h out the
debris. thus ol|-ninl upi the sewer again.
Mrs. Alic- C. Itriowi of Sanford, State
Presiellnit Cof tlhi W. I'. T. I., will lecture
in the 'ICougrirgationlal 4'huirch Sunday
evening, AIguist 17th. on Christian Citi-
zenshipi; s'rvhie~s at 7 p. ll. All inter-
eiste-d in tht' riian'. oif itemperance are in-
Workmen arrived Tlhuirsday and are
Iibusyv liel. insr th'e oiipe space between
tlie present ]' g' room and the
ticket llii. at lli. 1. E. 4'. depot. This
room li en i.-nloeid will be used for a
ag'aIni. ''ooin. t is enlar going the pree-
i-i -ta uir,. *;.pi-eiit.v. While here they
will also. ,rite< o ll I. e grounds adjoining
or near the i'lpoii a ron for the use of
thle K\pre-s Ciipaiy.
Mr. .ilih. oiur lo ;l ticket agent for the
I'. 1- '. l'v.. i- tIr ing t4'get a gate cut
ait thli e'el of the' iplatf, rnu adjoining the
V,,lusia ;,',eni'ie fer the accommodation
of foot 1pai-st..n'ers leaving the depot on
arriving in tiovn. It is to be hoped his
efforts will lsie'il as a gate is much
needed thieen; for as it now is it is dan-
gerous, especially to women and chil-
idren, to 1e obliged to make their exit



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IWWaq Save Wv %po 3re






h. eip ls $1.50 per Year in Advaem.
aU. mm Nottem 10 per LtOe EcbTime.

S I- at the e at Daoma,
Sltidaasecond lass Matter.

Saturday, August 9, 1902.

Govwir Beard of Lonuis aas voted
a bi providwg that no tex book whieh
fal to give Admiral Sebey credit for
th victory of Satiago shall bemsed in
S thepubm echolsofthat state, and at
th same time the Governor declares
MIbid a warm admirerol Sebley. The
GovWerMor Mi to be commended. If the
poplearcameful i m lecting theirboards
ofedcation' they can be relied upon to
aect proper text books.

T- HoB JoM m P. Was of PuOm1a, the
fothr oft prpoped hpsm-ry, foiled
of a aasmaona for the legilatwe, in
the primary. This ime, if ever alive, isa
dea M onow In FMrid.a

hs emraaeog*Iwp ai Delto, Mua-
ate, lee and 3lhborooe etUspyW
will be very sall compad with the
erplatyat. On s0cou0t of. th aort-
- of the crop growers are holdMIag the
fruit at $2 per box on the tree.

The best pbyc--Cmbl'tin' Stos -
aeh ald iUver Tabs. Eay to take.
plesnut iaet. Fer sale all drug-

Justice may bI ab but sheiable to
judge people by their eonveimaton.

Chb sand ever is a bottles of Gaovs's
TaTsmm CUmL. TocW. It hi simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cne, No Pay. Price 50 cents.


The Iteret of the Producers and Shippers In Jeepardy-A Stirring Ap
peal to the Democracy of Florida to Do Its Full Duty on August 12i.

Mr. H. E. Day, after delaylang early a week before letting me know
What he would do, has decided to make the race or Railroad Co-ml-ioe-
or over aga, notwit-ttadiug the lact that I led him In the recent pri.

SDring my canvass of the State before the primary of July 15th, I
S peelalmedi my position on the questloas which affected the people la their
Sanlinsi with the transportation companies, but, an I was unable to go all
er the State, and the time is too short now to make a personal canvass
Ibe re the second primary, I take this method of reiterating and reaflrming
L. my pPotton.L
SFire I advocate a 3-cent a mile passenger rate on railroads in the
1tMat of Florida.
Second. I am opposed to discriminations a favor o certain person
Localities by the railroads, which lha been their practice In the past,
A nd which ha not been prevented by the Railroad Commission under the
S....i...i p of Mr Day, =d4. elected. I will use all my power to rem-
rm as OvIL
Third. While I believe I& treating the railroads justly. I also be.
Meve that It Is the duty of the Railroad Commassion to require them to
treat the people Justly, and, If elected, I will work to that end.
Fourth. The Railroad Commiaslon has ample power to give the peo.
I0e the 1le6f they need. and to enforce their decrees promptly when made;
8i., If elected. I pledge myself to use all the power of the law to accom-
Nab these ends.
Fifth. The producers of the State of Florida, the farmers, fruit aad
V2 ale growers. merchants, the turpentie ad phosphate people, and
tle mlll Ind timber men are the bhae a eaw of our State's prosperity.
Their lateres should be the Arst co er of the Railroad Commission.
amI I wll, It elected, use every eaet to safegard and protect them.
At the primary of July K1th there were so maay candidates for the
ee e tO Railroad Commlssioner that the anuee were clouded and obscured,
t o ao-extent
In thecontest now on between Mr. Day aad myself they we
lta d clear-cut. Mr. Day stands for the railroads. He was agent of
thoe P. and C. Railroad at Gainesville when appointed on the Commislon.
wa appointed as their special representative, and s their candidate now.
Mr. Day in his platform ays: I bhas my clalm to he sutrages of the
p ople open my past record."
Are you satisfied with Mr. Day's record as a Railroad Commission.
Has his policy been beneficial to your community?
SHa It helped the farmers In your section to the extent which It
If so, then vote for Mr. Day and continue his policy in force. It
aet. then you should elect some one who would work to change that policy
d lamnagurate one which would give the people the relief they want.
Mr. Day has made his record on the CommeAsion, and the people
know what it is. In his platform which he has ust announced, he seeks
to change that record and take an entirely different stand. The people
w uld not select a Republican to enforce Democratic principles, even If
SO wer to pretend to adopt the Democratic platform. Neither will they
elset a railroad man to carry out the policy of the people, although he now
ae*mp- to assume that attitude. His platform, viewed in the light of his
suen, seems to have been made to get In on and not to stand Upon. He
hi had nearly six years to carry out the policy which he now el ams to
advoete, and has absolutely failed to do so.
The record which he made walle on the Commilalon was for the rail-
Iads and against the people, and they will not be deceived by promises
mie Just before a second primary, and after his "past record" had been
reinbed at the polls in the first primary by the overwhelming election of
Mr. arr.
The policy of Mr. Day on the Commission has been to discourage the
nvestmet of capital In railroad enterprises in this State, by dtierimia.-
tfis against new roads in favor of the old established ones. The sched-
vle of freight tariffs allowed for the Plant System, the Seaboard Air Line
Ind the Florida East Coast Rallroads are higher than those
allowed the South Georgia and West Coast, the Valdostsa
thern. the Suwannee and San Pero, and the Georgla,
Wlrida and Alabama. an will will be sen by comparison of the
sebedules published in the Fourth An&ual Report of the Railroad Commis.
101 beginning on page 193. and In the Flfth Annual Report beginning on
.page 48. Instead of lowering the freight rates his "pat record" waa to
allow the great trunk lines to charge frot m 2 to 100 per cent more than the
mallerroads which have Just been built. Such a poMcy is l the inter-
Oet of the great trunk lincs. and tends to discourage the investment of cap-
ital tn our State in railroad building and development of sections of the
State into which these trunk lines do not extend, and to retard railroad
5ulda by any other companies.
r. Da&'s "past record" and his present platform are utterly at v&a
s10ce. My position is consistently the same that I have maintained since
I rt entered public life. My record in the Senate In 1891, when I was
President of that body. and again In 1893. Is well known, and my
voice and vote were always on the side of the people. I have always been
tn favor of a strong Railroad Commission, ad asted nla drafting the bill
whinh was Introduced in the Seaote la 1193, ad advocated Itas paa.
In response to Mr. Day's ftetemet published with his anaouace-
m-t of his candidacy before the second primary, that he wan offered the
plUmtn of Secretary to the Railroad Commission at $2,500 per annum, as
ea Inducement not to run. and that he had spurned the offer, I will say that
ma such offer was ever made to Mr. Day by me or by any one for me, but
-tt I was approached by friends of Mr. Day, who stated that they were act.
for him,. with such a proposition, sand nla the nlaterest of harmony in the
Democratic party, to prevent the necsity and expense of a second pr.i-
mary. sad as a courtesy to a defeated competitor for the Oce. I stated that
I we ld conseat to his employment as Clerk to the Commission, with the ua.
dml-mnila that he was to be retained so lone, and only so long, as his
services proved satisfactory to the Commission. and Mr. Day withheld an.
-oincemet of his second candidacy until he had. on July 10th. te raped
to a mutual friend in Jacksonville to know itf a a greemeat for his employ.
meat as Secretary could be obtained in writing, to which he received a re-
ply that It could not be obtained.
I had no Intimation of this until I received a telegram from Mr.
Day I reply to one which I had sent him, asking him to let me know
wether or not he would be a candidate, tn which he asked me to 'ia-
dulge" him until he had received a reply to the telegram which he had
e-t to a mutual friend; and It was after the receipt of the latter reftuilang
to enter Into such a contract that he announced his candidacy.

As a gentleman I could not have mention this. as Mr. Day had
re etd that the matter should be treated as confidential between ge-.
tlemen. Mr. Day now seems to think that there is some political cap-
tal to be made of it, and violates the bond of confidence and rewards my
grgosty by seeking to use it against me I am willing to leave the matter
to I blter impulses, fair-mlndedness and manhood of the people ot the
Stm o eft orida.
I wish to Impress upon the people the Importance of the primary of
Ang t 12th. While there are not so many candidates to be voted for,
h es Involved are as e eat, and the interests of the people are a
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For UMali8d B10 ImatorN
For m-n Second District

For Comptroller:
For Secretary of State:
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
For Railroad CommiMsioners:

For State Senate:
For Representatives:
For County TreaNurer:
For County Tax Collector:
For County ABssenor:
For Board "f Publik Iln4tructiou:
For County Comnihmioners:

fruit turts and cakes are served oat
Aie times a week to the crews oa
board steamers trading between Anu.
tranll and New Zealand. Tarts are
topless pea.
itps e M Cgh lidr Weorm sn the CaM
Laxative Brono Quinine Tablets curm a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 2-..

To CaMr a Codm mi Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets"
All drugglists refund the moi ty if it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove' minature on
each box; 2".'.

Igmorngt Pr*eedemt.
Edmonla-Mrs. Topnotch is what I
call Impertinent.
Eudocia-In what way?
Edmonia-Why, she is not a Colonial
Dame. but when she came to the colo-
nial reception she had on a more ele-
gant frock than any one of the Dames.
-Detroit Free Press.

ise~ImsSe ik memory bea s of bsgme

On 5meiy tha eass a emu aniemer


We*k begMafm AN. 10,1902

a. .
S .day...... 19 1
Meaday 1M
Tuemtda IM
Wednesday 2;28
Thursday 8:20
Friday 4:10
Saturday 4:55

Low W"De.
Sunday 6.04
Monday 6:58
Tuesday 7:44
Wednesday 8:35
Thursday 9:25
Friday 10:14
Saturday 10:00


p. M.



Yen Kew What Yea MAe Tal b
When you take Uroves Tasteess Chill
Tonic because the formula ie plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tastelesm
form. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.

Uncle San's

Mail Service
requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
withstand its hard labors. The
high tension to which the
nervous system is constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef-
fect, and soon headache, back-
ache, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sciatica, etc., develop in severe
form. Such was the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhart,
of Huntsville, Ala., he says:
"Aa attack of pe.i sa left am
with muscular eumatism headache.
ma padi- that mmd e all ove
me. I was scarcely able to move for
about a mouth when I decided to give

,Pain Pills
Miles' P F P
and Nerve Plasters a triaL nl three
days I was gala oa my roee ad in
two weeks I wu free k r"jemaa d
gaining ia le aMd reagth.
**o by all bluSgeS*.
D s. M lo Medlee Ca, EMieft, hid

Notice im hereby given that the following dieirilIed lands will Ifw sold at publi,
auction on the firut day of Septondmir, A. Ii.. 19W2, in the City of Daytotna. Vuolumia
County, Florida, or so nmuch thereof am will lie neceitostry to pay time :aamoitnt due for
taxes herein nmt oplloite to the amlne, toge thlr with oktsm of euuch sale andl




L. It. Steuck......... W 72 ft ....... .......... .............. ;
F. H. Houghton...........S. E. % & W. ................ ...........
M Pellett (Heirs)..........W ................................................... t6
David Shannon............lot 22, liloh k 2, sub. of......................... I
Roiert Rah...............lots 11 & 12, ml. of........................ 2 & 7
Inaar Hopkins...........lot 15, mla. of.................t 15, ub. ..... 2 & 7
David Rai i................lot & i;. blw-k 1. sh. of.':... ..........
Sidney Beltmon..........E. % of W. 21N0 ft. of N. 41 ft .............. I
J. F. Brice (Heirs)....... 5v lot 11, sub. eofS. of N. ',............. 4
Georgia Anderson.......lot 2. blohk 1. mubl. of S. ..................... 4
Charles Joi..............(lots 5 to 12. blohtk 2. sill. of S. I,.......... 4
Laura E. W all................................... .................... ..............2..
Laura E. W all.............0nt 1:1, 14, 15-, A................1..... .... 1f;
Laura E. Wall.........W. 13 ft. lot 20 and lots 21,24& 25....
A. B. Smith................lots 1 & 4 to 12. sild. of E. ............. I1
J. W. Howar.............lots29 & 34).lock2. Wall'snuh. of part...
lsaiah M. Colyer.......... E.\lot 23 bhlok l,iGreeene's"nu bof part...
Marie Hay wtool.......... lot 1. loc'k 2. ;reeiwes sil. of pea t........
Annie .Iirdani.............. lot 17. ,lcmok 2. Girmn'sm sul. of part........
Julia Watson.............. W 54A of E 131 ft. lotS-, hl'k 4. Gnrt tw's
1Hub. of part....................................
J. H. Williams.............lot 9, block 4. 6reene's sub. of part.......
B. S. Fairnloth...........lots 11 to 16. bl'k 4. G(rvne'swsml. of part.
B. S. Fairloth ............lotsl &2, fH'k 5.reene'siul).ofpart......
Alex. Berry (Heirs).....elot S. block ,fi.;reenet'ssmub. of lart .........
Richard H. Jones ........ lots I .& 1. lil6 h 'k 3.n J. R F eemnan....................... ...............................................
Adelaide Rol ertson0....W % .................... .................................... 1
H. V. Bradvy...............l:t2 x 16;.1 ft. E. side liecwh st. opposite ..1
Sallie Smith ............... W .-3 of E. 14W0 ft ................................... 2
Robert Bas a..............t 4. lock 2. shb. of.............................. 4
George Edwardst.........lotas & 6. lIlock 2, sud. of ................4......
K. I. 8ingletou ............lot 4. ul. of W ..... .................-
'has. P. M miller ............lot 6. onts of W ................................... -
Bebec'a White...........lots & 9. sulb. of W. ,............. ........
Page Stillman...........E. 55 ft. S. of canal................... ............. ,
Sidney Jones............ W %. ................................
eb a oeley.........W 50 of E 200 of N to ft.........................
Frank Johnson............E 5ft... .............4
Jeanie Robert............ W 7. of E 125 ft ..............................4
ko.Cumming (Heire)W 143 of E 268 ft. & E 50 of W l(i) of
%,I 'IQ!! a m*-11.-,

of Tanxe
& Costs.
$ 8.111
2.:l t
4;.7. !


) .oW

bsferflw hegsC o ruadon
ftompowrbod blood tooodin but
a asp, anad iepuieblood binmtber to
of ub iaIl. Dr.-
mtre ~umm an antidole for
beft poor and inur blood, for ft ib
back a buer =p=ur-& Aed
sad ~ ~ f k e~~e.I sthe best Cosub-
madi.omf te hndh- medt'Ical
mdism, mod Se maceufor mainy half
a' hasr b led h tos e -4--mdissmmt b
dwof&ccmedical Nme.hoav
been unable toLAnd a substitute.

Dr. Harter's

Iron Toni~c

urn sk m Iae'b m

- r.is aSa
The fefowiagteemk11y easel the Shommb of
110wsalab wMohave gesutesi
CONO admmssimlDr. DaWa IiDom Tok
Whom wrssbamms 0 a -s-p t medtuom
6srns wme w -I mmneismesbommny
"s~seem ma y easmu enuti"Was spea
AM S ehiwam&ePR ADr. Uaste,'m Tm
w so equal. ami I mieft~rl rse
th 0 h @&= m~km= nimaywbei
S OR She Samm Pnoumi

Umeybet~ itDr. 3ar-

Subadtaf-i mDr. Aro's.asp
sh Arui-ldea do& Dai

fti the is 1. 1ti i-I I t&=I-

Thls July Md. A. D., IMa

FI rst pub. iu&iye-W, 'MS@pt.0'4-8
Nees..e* gDxkbsdms" oem.
The nnderdgnM aViM.V".Aduly

orfetrt if. Cowr, ii, notlee to
hereby given to all creditors, legatees, dls-
tribute.e and all pernmons Indebted to or
having Claims against the estate of Robert
I). Cowan, deceased, to present the same
duly authenticated to the understlgned
within two year. from this date or the ame
will he forever barred
Administrator with the will
annexed of Muolert D. Cowan.
This July 17, In.

Notice as hereby given that John R.
Hinsky, purchaser of Ta& (C.rtncate No.
WM dated the 4rd day of July, A. 1)., 10, hais
flied aid certificate in my office, and ha.
made application for tax deed to issue In
accordance with law. aild certificate em-
braces the following dew.rlbde property
situated In V(ou*ia ounly, Florida, to-wit:
E4 Lot ., Bik 3. M. & 4C. Holly Hill. The
said land being assessed at the date of the
Issuance of such certficate in the nam"e of
Lucinda E. (Mines. I'less Maid certifleate
shall be r h emed acornllig to law. iax
deed will Issue thereoon on the 2 nd day of
Auust, A. iP., 11m.
Wittness ny official signature arid seul
this the Ith day of July, .A. I., I. 2.
HA.%'I, I. 1> JORIDAN.
Clerk Circuit Court of Volusla County, Fln.

(First pub. July 19; last Mept. "d-4)
The undersigned having been duly ap-
pointed administrator if the estate of
Arthur Forest, decenva e, late of Volusin
county. Florida. notice Is hereby gIvein i,
all ecrdiltors. legatee distrllutees anild all
persons Indebted tour having elanims naninst
the estate of Arthur FI'orest. lde.ea. 14
pre.weit the same duly autlhan'inlitlrtd It li'
undersigned within two years fromn this
date or the same will he forever Itrredl.
\Admliintslralir of Ithe estate

m -. ,, ef Arthur Forest. dee-'ane'l.
m~o m il .dof Dr.m Wed i a mmo. Thls July 17th. l)Nr.

S iFirst pub. July *; last Aug. lf;-6)ri
Notice of Applictima for Tax Deed Uader
Henry L. Shattuck of Sliellmburg, Sectiosm d Cper w, Laws of Florida.
Iowa. wae curd of a stomach trouble Notice Ie hereby given that R.J. Biishoa;
with which he had been afflicted for and Benjamin F. 'Ward. purchasers of Tux
tb enr, Crtif Juhi
yeamr. ly four boxeN of ('hamberlain : A. I.. 1441, have t.ile salad ctrtlficute' In ii'.
Stolnach and Liver Tablets. He held Mle'e, aild Ihive uidel applhlciatl) for tax
p;aviouly trki1 manny other remlnlies de''d t Issue. in accordalete will IIlw. Kalil
aitll a uIlllabr of phvYniianlis without re- pertiflct -rl siturrite In hVie fl lwmiiinti .Flrlilt'i
lief. 'For mle liv all druggists. .,0-t:iM 1to f lirew' s.-T oev lf nm.', ls-. I,
T imlI.-)' U tl e )--- ires. The -4. 4 nhl |II1| lin,
-- t e .Us.s'M l it IhiI,' late ,f thet I -itlllll0- of Sucli
.Icertlflcate' in the nellell e of It. .I S iiilnnr-
S 6 .70 +ii vlle. I'nle'ss said ce,.rt Itln .te slsll I. re.-
$ q 70 dl','|eelle Itecrlilng, toi) law. tnx th' i reo ll i thIe 2htht day of August. A.Il.. IC i .
TO A WII im,'s niy <>lli
hi" .;I II tltVof Jul.v.A. I.. li>al.
California hReturnf M i,,.'.ll,,t,,u ,l) ,I "rN. ,
CIerk('IrcutW Court Voluia uComunmr. Fl-riwa
Via L. 1 N. R. R. i
| First pub. July .>: I.-a t .\u-'. I,;-iPri
First-.class round trip tickets fronm N '4TIC('E 1F Ar 'I.I'ATIoNI F"I TI X
Jar'krenville on Msle August 1 toe 1. ('or- T: It{ tw, I,.\ L.AWM r' 'IF l. ilt \.
n'smelin liln nir; s from it her iiltlts. N4tice.- I lh,.rTy gIvein hhat E. N.Wi\Vlilro)i
liuricla.e'h M r i Tax I'ertlficlaem N.om. !.;I.l. ililte'l
Tickets g ooli goig if one way anll dln- he :;rd day of July. A. |I.. I) 11. ba1 4 liel si.iId
turningL another. "Favorabhle stoel-over :1. rlilhlv t leilii nil .h-, i.' (I felt, Ilin .' :.lpli-
arrangenients. Finally liienit .-ept. ;i3'. wi th lw. I.ihl rlilliati ,.ziilpr0.-,.-. the:
fo.lo wllm) w l.h.cgl d il (d riertl v .rtl tuimle'|l Ilc
Vohlu( liln %ouiitiv. Flopriila. to-wlit: .Loi t ) .li).
of i I.at M BIk IPinyt0olu. The' iil lhind l 'iwig
aIs.ss'o-4 lit ll l t m o .hi i '' u of Kl'hi
i ertiltllate in the niume of Mr.. I. 'hill-holn.
u.I[) I> TR.ll IPi T t 'P To l I 4 E.'L'F i. I'liIss sld '0,rtillentr .h l III- r..l..-,ld

Few oval

P. O. Bozxi
Office at Earopea Holtel,
DATroXA, FiLa lM

Daytona Ic
WM. WixIWme,


Made from Distilled WItr

Factory open from 7 to 12 dea

*Phone 48

Vol els Avenue a Kaad

Mention this paper and
Price List.
Winston Di.-
Winston, N. C.
LowesPt Price Whiskey

S. H. Gove,
A.UI'IITE-'T. BrII.Fr AND ('O.s-ygg
Itesid.en-e andI office, northeast cemr
RiilgmewvAuM iand Volusia areuma
'l'lonei si. )aytona, P

Ocean Hose
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
Ilates $:2.(4) per Day and Upwla|
SpI'eial to Regular Boarders. "



e r'tin ll lawtl i111 4-4" %%III II I tll lAIi
IIII NTS WEST & NORT \V EST. ;e oi thiii- tlly of Aulusi l..l ti.. I I_.. At !. 0a.
W itniess my oitticll lI i l'tIr.-atumi-and el i till-
I le,' .2'1i dav o .IJulv A. fi., .1rW'.
'lm-rk Cireuit Couilrl Volumii ) ounlltv. Fl'.rlwhin
For full information address. -
.1. M. FmI.vI.MIN;. An Ordinance in Rm elation to
Flolriida i'lssemp'r Agetl. 1.. & N. .It Dogs Found Within 5Osa City
.kicksonville. Fla. Limits of Daytona. iFa.
He it o0rdnined iyv tihe Cointi em lc 4out. il of
th- et'll yo in vtolia:"
M.'ct hin 1. No tlJ. male' i r rf minl',. ov*-r
(First pilll. Aiitr. 2; lhit Alug. 2:1.) two n o I tiths old slih ll It, 1i.llo .0d lto r.n Itll
Notic of Appiklllos for Tax Deed mder aIrge' ton the streets 4lor thmormeihfiare-. ifr lithe
iadi we.arriim4 na c -mllar with fim P let ichm,.' m
N,)tieie is e lireb i ,ivei t llat Miles Ite- i-untrl a I iii iil,-.r iid yv<>rlyv lt,' of m ih .iic m .1 .
vels. pmll'rhi r m "trlt'o I 'lX 'titli tll' N ,'t'. *-. .* 'Y ISr2llcA. mi U-miiiiy iiap ly for i h.h li >o (
l -lr tit.t i l. + le 7tlii I v .>tlifni !)t I Ne..,iv e t,, thi .,i it% .'le'rk win,,i ,I,-, r.-,'i'i t j l Anyoek sI*m S
:1.-". datetI tile 7thdayh otf June .\. 1), f o o llat r for itIsiel' | I ?ot.. has tiledl stimi iertiticate iln my o)f-- for a fetnald' teog and ~, ti-terent. cit e- ti2on ra S
tie, tlnd Iuhas mllae amlpplicatiol for tatx Io l s .nlerk' fe.. shall i-..u.. city doeg ent fre .Omti
..v1 to isu in iwe riliie witi licw iee-e wi-hihl shall t le dintte'd. mnutuirei l P ten tak
tleel to ilsli. ilt li'i- a)rliul. v W it h 11M rtin fer o 1 -y.eir from( illi' -h. rst da" eaf ir'tt- I riaS Ui l it
Sal tl 'er'tint'aIte eilllrirniles tle following oe4,er in each year. Under tlih mordiinai- -N
0leecr'il i;TomIeirtv sitlaltet.cll ill Volu' i;i -1Im.1 f,-n ":lu, tlet: -Im ll t-1 lic'ieeI a o .r on..
ri 1 11 '1"i .vt o ; d d o 'cr i)r(,% itrold it i-lll flt-ior\- -t*.W.r-
'le Iat.V. o"lri to-wit: L[ot "2. .S eti am. .1Il *- .1 ,pr,-.,lt,1d lt t rk .loin A AhiA lidt i
23. 'l I;. i tlitltl :3-W, 46 4 .'n-'rs. Tilhe f.iiilml,, eoi,, tio I'- .. CUilatkio of any mi
siiil i i N-i uassess-el at tile ate of I e. All m IInotorou.sly I hli.vn i. er: l ~ rnth
I eru ti, muuf,'t-ic fewlk..s it.* (,r iiub iimu M &
tIe. is. anllai'e ofi e'aicl. -'eirtifCate ill thle ldrune 11' t o r liltrll ng ro' )o. niliei cr.. ..- iUNN & n.-*
iinine II .\.. A.. Arnett. I t l.'se, smuil e',r- Niv- ..i... 'mll I., kept miuzz.ld uby thi ra ce.. <
ti-ntej sl .tlll lie' lreleieii ;l a i -i )rlitmg to 4w1 her Ml i'..i thiIli sam e alr. within thi.' citI
llimi" bol hmt IIoll -I'-.i01,-l le1dl-simi I hir olma.h
lawt. ,ta ieel will is.,,e the.r' n on t het city with tl ,i-ir ihti-n asall leat Iet' ibj, --t
:tlll lhy eaf Se|'It I. I '1 1 tao liie'nms ftir smuiie-.
Wittle"s ily catti'ial signlaituret aitl sea\l lSec. 4. A sutl-lIpoundil shall i ,''ti-lwim-h,
t: ti"' mll :i m mos sid "i" 'alivy iiitr-ihal hmmil ^
this thel ] t delay( of .AIgill.us A. I). I.12. l1'7simuid thl-ir- iill utllilcnsn.i .l o,r immim/.- ay t
SM I 1>.I)..IOhl AN. ztlesid do0t. 'h lich thi., ordinaiincet req' ilire, im,
/r'k 'ir- nit 'Court. Volisiat C'oiintV. i I'elins.-ld tor miUzzidle l. when li it hir- with
Iii iI* or without the owner lu tile city' limlit-..
l4 t. 5. t.. 5. I tor all wih a do(, to ru alt large- ot
nill. 1-.en..tlt or nl Ini iiizled onitreirvr t tolit-
4mrdili iltfef I lie' o iimr of s"iii.-' simall IN.' Ihli1ie
t to I lhi. o f I lnot 1..4 tha:n m one, 1lmitnr lled nio|l I
Oiseytim. Li mn.Ifai l anrty i4 ficulld gllit:. e
Setll 6 W ilw M inyor 'l lirll l.ip."1l
Titus ft m""
I II f flido t.-f ll i o ner I knowl, th1,- mi tli;.lr-h1:
Simite l0tll. after nolilallimn t.y h llih i n I13i'.. reu-si''
or slil flille time h ibeer toe iiapp, r I- ill I h,
Ml a y o rI'". (t'c e u ii iIm <|l a m i .- ,. r U t'hilt o il
I reach ofe tlit I l. iii:tm...
SL't'. 7. Ale-r i lir-rth ll. < t lh itnu. l it.l. I l(
t "he' I ,' i. ,u r l l i.ar .,' .
P O O L t ilt. 1W .r .h; Ito l l d lH .t t |m. t 1ii',.N a t,r hl 1.-
I .mTi ltoo l rTmm ..mtr it il, n%"it h, I II
T Ta e J T i in i t| h mi i l-,. lt4i fl.. 1 ,iime ll ( ,lll O'elll ,
"vv-H~ lV-0 S? <4 rC ,l| lu;t** y T th. I1.,.-,.4.1l',, f,.,, tlllH 4'14,u- 1114 lil ('1n
rRe'ii n 'vt- fit.'-aliv' fria ,,i ,hi t mairh:l.
SROOM S I.'c. %. Th"' f imi 11m f ,' Il"hlilm.IImll'" Iti.
ord nlnalle shall Iso ,:
Foar Iipi mu iiig :i'it*,.,,lt I .'r h .',l. II. ) \ '-ENNIN(;.
F rear f.'`e1.1 9m r .'lN.I. ii -r s llyIv iwo i1i ,l.
I or kllnll n amii huryvli.g d l.e'iint. p.r l n.ll.
e-c... ll ri.previuts enlriimt Wc,.. car i'>ri. Atti)r
Hiat Lunche.s served ;t aill lhoulirs. oford liuince.,s re.laiig m el o ill li. -it
tlir'ehurtelby r0,1o.ilttil.
O )yster stews ai slec'ialty. I'a, Ied llr-;t r m.-llna .Ilub. .tlh. I.nr
I se-se.,i s- All>rd re.im liln .iiln,.- "lti I. \\ill l'I.ctim.e ill s
At_ I hlri r' ll1in .Inly 11l 1 I h i
A Bad Breath ." W t. '%" Ae
I n.. on .- cour it v t'l,.rk.
1 t.e.1 b4 o tim .'ro till I luI-
A bad breath means a bad the o.rdia..e ,,to..,r... .
stomach, a bad digestion, a ,. I. i..%. ', ,.,r
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are e;"IitI dim
Prlt pro DIfk Ill 4 jf ',,t., + .
liver pills. They cure coP- ,,t`e.:
stination. hili:'ne.t dve. ,.

pepsia, sicL, hez. ache.
2-.-. ''I tCr. 3 ;stso.
1% at )-Lr:. a .- r a- 6,t.autiful
uro D o r,-. t 1 i.-!" : .JI itkr
lI5it~murm;1t l 'r the


Cabinet Maker

Wood Worker

IfHeacaniand 1WimildOW vSi-r're'nsM, h'~u

'rir'I pul,. .\fl>. "-: hI st Atll.. -;:-ir_., I
| Notice.
N oe the '.- i- iu r'relm. ci.. .m,1 Ih Ih, | ,,i ,,-i,.
.igmled ('tisuirliala et;f 3htry lIr,,llm utlmel Itu
lIreoam. hliuemr.e, uill -n thu lr-tira f
H .'pte-u'l s-rer it I i*tr m e.-;mL- I .. '. .
oe ilI 1cc0 u nuty, Klo rhi la femr hl.-, > t |.11 i,
alu f" l'mr l..i 'll. II1m" le-r'r-sl eof -.,,i, mnlil..i,'-. i
ill,- fll) h li i pr ole rr v s un .,I i. Ii(,.1
t'emui l rf Vm1 uls'a al kd HI t', i I .rih- I11, i
Il .-. 'rmlm nc fa 1hm w-, to-wi t: I ma illlme'
I II1"'e i:i hI I~llt, k k iii iim r iW, i-_,,o ,it ; i ,,
lan l urvyo fv ,t, l I m 1i Se'it mifi tim r, e
l' Sll "h l 't,-11 I. MlH ,|l ih. Iim1,,. i ,r v-
Ihere.' ;;t.0.E.I,. i ie'h Ia14,1 atul I r, ,.v ,-
ila .de 1. '. lYh. % .,%., Ii M aurii .
I recorded i i Ia'., d 11mok "'. ". mai ,., :'.. ,

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with IN-fAnd. Holly1

I),Latnd, Fl!orida.
ht.and Fed,.ralCourhi

To IN )hC'.: Yo( R DESIRE
is all th;it is ne W,. will ii thlee rest.
ITh 'l,'tily output of" our ovens. consI ".
inI all vt'iietie,( of

autnl a; gr'at variety of pies., ake ald

lii xt-t'Ilente of ef vcch au'a :rt icle is dou




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uwedyt M ttr wIth te buen

Sarms ateWnI d fer neck teo by.
tmb tea to dip down .

the matter. mamma? Ia't
s -My good r-New York Co.

-g -mn Proctor of Veamout oate
t M a t w h beever made
Sa fat s stmer Hmrna wreatle little
ol it la speech directed at the
S Mintaln senator. He mid, "No
S 0-g Vernaout is allowed to vote an-
S bhe s m e .000 trading with
*lint peoplee"
SWhreat Protor ld. -"Ad we al
Sv"l-Cicago Inter Ocean.

S Oasher-You may not believe It. but
re never bad an unklad word eram
Sy wift in all my life.
SRespeek-Ob. don't try to spring
*bat eo chestnut on me.
O -er- Wat old chestnut?
empwck-You want we to my.
"frW did you manage that? and then
a f'l my. "I never got married."-De-
*lt ree tPress.
mew Ut U***pew**
SMrs. Nexdore-My daughter was
pscMMfng ber new concert piece last
S IDM yDi hear her?
Mn. Pepprey-Ob. yes.
SNexdore-How was It?
Pepprey-l simply couldn't get
; that's bow It was.-Philadelphla

* I Demt oght, boys! Can't we
this thing asked one of the
J Ti &*,- panted the fellow who was
S tep. -"Jut m aoon am I've blacked
i sether eyer'-CicaAo Tribune.
However Aight at this tini- and in
Sthirlidiate, it iM the foirerunmma.r 4of nia-
Sarla. A dihpmoition to ya" ii. anmld an
Stied out Iftling even **nite lfoe t lt.,i
SM l HCeriinWe. liy its prompt StiimuIla-
thw nation on the liver. drives the- inala-
Sril l ger.s eait of tie .vhtain. pIuriti.H t Im
blood, tainW up tiw oylttem-n alnd e*thoirs
health. 5Wk at J. Wl. Joie".

As i1CItI Were m oie .
Claribet-I wonder what that crea-
ae meant?
laurie-What creature?
a"hel-Why. Tetworth, of couare.
Wbw I told hi everybody mid I was
ImoMa tI my s atunla he said he
mI "iliit tos bear i. The Ideal-

nor Preotst.
=Dg .m" saiM Edwin, "your eyes
w a Uk ko M* "Moe your teeth like
pIari youir Unps resemble the most glo-
lde rublem and your hair"-
aIwint" saMd AgdeMi sternly, "re-
iagggthat you work to a Jewelry
s and that I's diagustng to

Satn (amndlMiate-I aoan't for-
gt tS opemam Int virtue of which I
Aw en olaetIed.
I-Nlal Manager-That's right.
Sthe In minlad. With a little
bdMteg ap they'll probably elect you

ChmberliW's Colic. Cholera and Iliar-
rhmoe Bemaedy Isam a world-w ide reputa-
tioa orit.cur. It never fail- 4ind is
pleasant and saf to take For msm-ale I y
a druggisto.

P.let. a. V...ll.
The rehals of Palestine Is a sort of
Violin. Th- body is a square frame
ered wIth p.archient. The lnstru-
Ieat Is plland with lbow. There Is
i1 one string, a thick, coarse borse-
bair. but eximert performers can, It Is
sakd get ionsithrillI variety of tone
from this primitive instrument.

Blai Eiplehte S.
"TFommy." said the schoolteacher to
Tanamy Taddella. "what do you under-
Sand by the term *high explosivestf"
"Iky rockets, ma'am," replied Tom-

If the average man were as good as
be thinks other men ought to be, It
Viddn't be long until his vanity made
fm topheavy.-New York Press.

AToa&ag l.ady* L Sftovod.
ir. ('ia. Ii. 'lttr. a iprmtin tilnenti y-
ii ,an. of I'al tilamnii'i. 'lhimlni.i. ill a n-calt
liftr talte: "Last Man-li 1 had as a
iieit a yVotlg l.idy sixteen years c
aap, who had a very li nailt tack i f lvys-
eatery. Everything I Ion'-criltl for iher
ioved inefl4atual amnd sle was growing
Viter ever hour. Her ipare-nts were
4mhe would die. Slie hadl ieom-si' ou
ink that.lhle should naot turn eover in li l.
hat to do at this crikti lallimomeniimt was
& taudy or me,. lut I Ihough t tol ICham-
blL1ia's ('cliae. C('liherai aid lDiailtrrhe-a
Ml"y anld as a last re-ortl pin--.rilNi
iL enThemot wonderful n-sult was ef-
bed. Within aseih imt il mishea4 Iu was feel-
1 i aih hietitr: inishme of thre dLays ,ils.
OP IaNpti her l-It aili at tile entd of e nl
W"k! was entirely well." For sakb i.y

LAfo t Eglaind mmd Amere.l
lmeay of the home life Is to be
Ubl-tei partially to the influence on
1 teY of the invasion of AmericaeS.
Sthe Unlted States home life is al-
t unknown. The meaning of the
W0a "home." as understood to Brit-
k1 Is a mystery to Yankees. To a
Ment we bave always envied
1t hitome ule, and i certaInly
WVth some of your correspod-
Wthat It would be disastrous for

emees. Ya Do W e tA eaw to the
The man in dental anguish some-
times clMes with Burns "the venomed
stag that shoots his tortured gums
sang." Sometimea. on the other hand.
he prays. t. Augustine In his "Con-
festons" relates how he once suffered
from "dolor dentium" (toothache). ap-
Parently In an aggravated form. for
he Coeeuld Not peak. Thereupon he
wrote on wax a prayer to God for the
other brethren to repeat, and as soon
as all were on their knees the pain
wet "Nar what a "ar' bea .
"Never since my tender age had I ex-
Perieced the like." Southey In his
"Life of John Wesley" tells of that
eminent preacher that when his own
tooth ached he prayed and the pain
left him.
Unfortunately ordinary men do not
eem to have such eckalous talth.
When the excruciation begins, they
must bear It philosophically, and on
Shakespeare'a authority toothache
fnds out Just the weak place In the
philosopher's armor of patience. In
the middle ages the devout who were
racked with paidzhad a special patron
to whom they could call for deliver-
ance. St Apollonia. a martyr under
the emperor Philip. among other
cruel Indignitlea had her teeth pulled
out. In consequence she became tooth-
ache's tutelary saint, as her emblems-
one of which sl "holding a tooth In
pluchers"-sufficiently testify.
And there would seem to have been
yet another martyr. St. Blaise, who
took cognizance of the disease ile was
honored in the little town of St. Bla-
aey. la ('ornwall. where candkls of-
fer.ed upon his altar were supposed to
be an infallible cure for toothache.-
Chamberat' Journal.

A CO r. for Cholera i nfaantm.
"L-ast May. .Says Mrs. 'Curtis Itaker,
of lltbOkwalut.r, lih. 'iina iinfiuat clhihl of
ir nieigibemr' waI suffiigeriig nfimtiii lO t'tlra
ifiintutni. Tihe lNh-totr hadl giveli illp ill
litlh w of rn .leier.y. I took al Ioittle of
('hli;.1 lle.i ill's 'olih I'I. hler 1i aiidl 1 iar-
rhoeLa Itf lin lv to4 ti li ne,11 t1'llingi theimn
I felt su1ir it w.m ihl| d411 g0404 ilf iMs- l 14t-
"rnfliniu tio lirnitiolis. Inl t%%4o tiltvs'
tilhs llihe chliill liad11 fully r -oveIrl, andil
in now (lii rlyv 1 year siln) ia vigiorolMs,
iM-.ilhtly girl. I1 I livme ri iaiiein le.d Ithisi
rumiei l-flf iillentl aidliihave never known
it tio fail in ailiny inglei iiln.t il ."' I'For
talel by all drualgisits.

A Retort That slilered am laterrep.
ties o thbe Audlenee.
An effort of one of lolhn It. Gough's
tours of the uest ivas to arouse his
converts to a1 tlimitiil mnioemitent in ifa-
vor of priohilittiol. anid In several states
the politicians It.galI to give considera-
tion to the cry. The distillers antid liq-
nor dealers are said to have been so
frightened that they employed men to
follow the lecturer, sit among the audi-
euce and eidlej\or to confound himI
with iuestious. lie had worked a
Topelka iKKan.1 audience up to a fine
pitch of excitement and In his effective
manner cried:
n Teuitt.rai .ce: Temiperance! Tem-
peranllc! It %ill ine.ani nioney la your
pocket, clothes on 3our iack. happiness
in your home and (tod in your heart!"
Up leaped one of the paid interrupt-
ers and shouted to the audience:
l"Monley in your pockets! Why, fel-
low citizens, follow this man's Ideas
and we'll be all in the poorhouse!
Think of the fields of tasseled corn
that stretch on every side! Widsky is
made from corn. We sell millions of
dollars' worth of corn to the whisky
makers. Stop the manufacture of
whisky, and what'll we do?"
Then. turning to (;Goughl. tie went on:
"You. Mr. Smanrty -\vlh:t'll we do?
Tell us. if prtohllitioua ct'imes, what'll
we do with our t>rnl"
"1'is.e more ho..s, may friend," re-
plied etlgin "'without a aed's hesal-
tatioma-"raiae more hogs!"-l'hlladel-
phia Titmetas.

Phtslcianansd Drugdists.
l-'erel & st irwee41' I i. llmI1mIiimI.ii dt (1-1
firm iatt Rt wl-v Ifill Suttam "a. K v.. vt ritc:
14 "mi '2 i i lt-toi f 1. Dr1 Gti. Iit mi ligItv
cit-Ic III4-1*-. c.ml c cl. t i cr.Ow 41, mZifA111,i
lh4114Nt-III104 -r. 11m ~431 %% I IIN t Im Ii I Ivr-
Iit; it I It.c I %4.41 It a -4 lm I wlI-i-I- m l l1-14 .
t iI i -. m Iltlm I tim1I1: v.IVII 1 ~ lie. llmlI
-I clitit it 1-10. 1% ,; Dr.tI~ l I


Thedford's Black-Draught has
saved doctors' bills for more than
sixty years. For the common fam-
ily ailments, such as constipation,
indigestion, hard colds, bowel com-
plaints, chills and fever, bilions-
ness, headaches and other like
complaints no other medicine is
a -essary. It invigorates and reg-
ulates the liver, assists digestion,
stimulates action of the kidneys.
purifie the blood, and purges the
bowels of foul accumulations. It
cures liver complaint, indigestion,
sour stomnch, dizziness, chills,
rheumatic pains, sideache, back-
ache, kidney troubles, constipation
diarrhea, bilioune, piles, hard
colds and headache. Every drnug-
guist has Thedford's Black-I caught
25 rent packages and in mai-
moth size fo *l.00 Never accept
a substitute. Insist on having the
original made by the Chattanooga

Tbe PWmetlee Won aIstdtuted by the
Barely Reoman lers.
The practice of kissing the hands
was Instituted by the early Roman
rulers as a mark of subjection as much
aa one of respect, and under the first
Casar the custom was kept up, but
only for a time.
These worthies conceived the idea
that the proper homage due to their
exalted station called for less familiar
modes of obeisance, so the privilege
of kissing the emperor's hand was re-
served as a special mark of condescen-
Ion or distinction for officers of high
No such restriction, however, wau
placed on the emperors themselves,
who, If they wished to confer signal
honor on any of their subjects, kissed
either the mouths or the eyes of those
they wished specially to favor, the kiss
generally Intimating some promotion
or personal satisfaction for some
Roman fathers considered the prac-
tice of kissing of so delicate a nature
that they never kissed their wives in
the presence of their daughters.
Then, too. only the nearest relatives
were allowed to kiss their kindred of
the gentler sex on the mouth, for In
those days. as now, kissing was not a
mere arbitrary sign, but it was the
spontaneous language of the affections.
especially that of love.
Under the Romans if a lover kissed
his betrothed before marriage she In-
herited half of his worldly goods in the
event of his death before the marriage
ceremony, and if she died tier heritage
descended to her nearest relatives.


PZLaCIUN & RIx, Proprietors.

Rober Tire Carriages Fime Horses Carmel DruIvw
We are well equipped for "'traw Ridew." The finest turnouts in the city.
'BuWs m wt all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. StableH opposite Public School.
Telephone 27

W.F. GilleJ & o DrC ggists

The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. l'resriptions con-
Spoundd bly Registered Pharmacist only.

' 0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
* coach tr t. P P P P DATTONNA, rlOIt A


A PANTHER'S DEN. Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Clean and Blrtiht. In Delided CO- t
t"rt to the rPopelar Idea. Lumber Lath Shingles
It was my good fortune to discover Lu 9
the newly abandoned lair of a cougar i
family and further and to me new Floori g., iSAingo C O iliag.
evidence of that fastidious cleanliness Brick, Lime and Cement n Stock.
which is a marked chl:racteristlc of Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
the animal This retreat was not at all Phiie Sj
the typical "tpanttier's ditt" of tradl- Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
tion, but a bush grown hartorage un- R. J. Malby, Manager
der the edge of a rock with just enough
of shelf to keep off the rmin. I should
not have found this breeding pinee but
for a certain well gnawed array of T e1 '1The Nation s
bones scattered over a little smooth II ai
bench above a creek channel., t' Bes ~igar.
this looneyard there Nai a very tracea- "S N
ble path leading through grama and
brush to the retreat u here the dam It's All FlOrida.
had housed her young. The evidence Why lbuYv inmpirted eig i. m i. jim. fom iealiavv tropIienl teoliaemo. doctormd with opiuiii
here told l'inly of ll, (oui:ar's long it.lI it l. erlirgs., %% hein i uaIv, la e ur* Frida l.af at a five-cent prce
Immunity from ni inotn ii e iind attack I
and of a thoroughly cleanly habtilt of ox off 2............. 1. 1FREEp BY MAIL.TO ANY ADDRESS.
life. There was tit btote or other sign l.. i of .. ................. 7 .
of feiastilig albout the lair. The dam R O W LE
had carried her kill to the ereek leitch S W BR O W L E Y ,b1 .A0ILAT*'.
in every instance, and the children Lad LORIDA.
been called to the (Ilinilg room. As
boans which would hate ibeetn crunch-li
ed or e'' ftiny giow U aH vat e l 11 ALIFAX WAGON WORKS
ed or eaitenl lty on a;lillmils had
been perfectly cleainod by the kits I L F A W AO N '
was able to judge of their summer's P1. 1'. GODWIN, Proprietor
diet. This had conisistehld mostly of
minor gane, rabbitt. in'rilnots. grouse
and the like, within *astican ital small/
deer. At least one%%t dle faintIly of
badgers. old midal ca il:l haid bet-n
served, pu .ss'y hlia.: it rIl,.ubtly hlin for
them at their hole ui til they were all
In.-Franklin Welles 'alkins iLit Out-

The Horse Is I Uetal Eve If Dead. TT
The whale can Lu e put to a great FINE W AG
number of uses A lien dead, ass can
also the horse, the various parts of im
which are utilized as follows: Hair of
mane and tall for haircloth, stuting \ear ioid Lnmiler Yard,
mattresses and making bags for crush-
ing seed In oil mills, etc.; hide and dkin
tanned for leather for covering tables,
etc.; tendons used for glue and gelatin; B
fitlsh for fta d far dogs, poultry ianid
matl; fat used ftor l llims., etc.; Vittes- *.. -

tines used for covering sausages, imak-
ing gut strings. etc.; heart and tongue
for foodi; hooi's for gelatin, prussiate,
fancy siuffl s.xcs. etc.; tonlies for knife
handlhes, phosphlmrus, supellrphosphate
of little and tuantitre; llt'I.l for manure
and slioes for reuse or for old iron. -
Spare Muo niits.
Ia Suspense.
"So you don't know whether you
wantt to go to work or not?"
'Well. sun." answered Mr. Er:stus
Pinkley, "I'd like de refusal rb de Job
a little while."
"But I need sonmillody right away."
"lit dat case I'll hlate to let it go tly.
I'ze jes' liought a ipoliv ticket. all' I'll
after wait till aftuhi de drawing' to see
whether I'ze gwinte to wotrk at all or
not"- Washlingto Star.
The Time Honored Spanker.
Once tny sister li'cy w :as .sent ton an
errand for some thll iiin-s ftor miy inother.
'i'ere %vas a traveling man there
who was selling carpet sipankers, and
he asked her:
"ltas your another got one of these
"No. sir." she replied.
"What does she use.'." lie asked.
"Her hatld." was tht'e proiimpt reply.-
Chlcag j t'ihronicle.
Made Iltm Mark.
"Iivena., Moike, tih' C e av ye! Phat's
the mnatther?"
"1 stlirucVta .jlh-" yesterday an' he
gave me a rte~xijen Pf it."-Uhio State

HIs Favorite Remedy.
"Mainmma," s.ai Tommyiii. "dtios sugar
ever cure ainybtody of fti. l thhing"
"*Why do you ask. muy l. ."
"N thought Id like to catch it," said





5~'g 31 tmil I ..neral Blacksmnitbinig
-11141 km Repairin1g.


nd Planing Mills
Im t\\ |IIpI;eI.rt.l 1 fli'riiisc h :ill kinlI s of


w I=m m"Nh imp-"&vm



6*II I r ,- riet-Dar

SMoss amid Fiber Mattresses.
Dealer itl Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furnitur1 M1ad. as Good ans %ew
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. Daytona, Mlh

E. DI)LLINGHA.M, Proprietor.
McCXloUam S Udwmds. Mama~-rs.

Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Inside
lrTir L ..lo i l.>i:Ialii,,irni. In, li Work and Wood Yarl p.. s ..ls.l. to ,Oirder. 'Phone 70.

Has a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fanec Toi...t Articles.

DR1. J M.1. .ONES, plire ipa m t vian lbe ,I-I)II-41t.Iped 4~ 11. 1 1 ifi aim business
hours; oHifie h* laemir' Nn43Is, 9:0) hIto11:311.. m.:2-341 t' iip t3 .m.

Trowell's ]Express 40,Baggage Line- 0

Otlfie in the Up-to-liate Barbler Shi p.

Tel'eph~mone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

~a* aa a~a *~aaaaaam aaaaa m
w ""wwww""""www"

j Fresh lie

: We now ca

: meats, in conne


DO yo m



Corner 3each!s

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary P!un

Steam and H

i Water Heatli


SAgent for the

Hammocks Engne.


Gasoline 5t ves

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities.

A Full

Line at'



A Wa sh% bHas. | *'" "" |. A
lnqu.sitive Neighlor I hear that
your sister Is c ,g:;is'l. Is thit true? Milk. i .|l t ....... F I,,,r. l l......... ..
Small Boy-I dare saiy. Shie gener- I i,.hi4 I,,'i <-i'iI ....... tl r M k. I.. ,F rrs...'.
It Is every man's opinion that bhe tY at y Time.
would ,, hhee (,,,t,,.mn baiv dh. t i.

Centrally Located. :
i,,,, ,,..... WTHE GAZ 1 1NEWS WIL BE MtG.
... ..Moderate Rates.

ats. 5

Lrry a full stock of fresh

actionn with Groceries.



e's Old Stand.

Phone 19.
itreit and se-eccnd A'venuo. 0
,* O.....O..o O .***OJ.O....


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ig .* e


Il Rid!i~ewood


M. t I


11 N- -


Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath. rick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
"'li I!n .
n. i -' Ii ; I '. l ; \ 'i ,



F. I't-4-prioor.

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MOM 9lmjw IVMMW mom"
into wa. ftth MOM

Line a


,"Savannah ULne.~'

New York. Boston and the Bast

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah

To New York. mikingIuII -i. l-.,inl-etiiins ith New York-Boton ship or Sound
Lines. All ti-kt aL.n.- *ai i l spli.'l with monthly sailing schedukls. Write for
general information. -.ailin ,.hlid.ltil.s. stater.oom nw rvationx, or call on
WALTER II \WKINS n,.ral Ai-- nt. 224 W.est lky St.. Ja.ksonvillek Fla.
I'. E LK:F:V Il:.. M.ii; r. E. T. I(IIARLTON. t. F. & P. A.
Nw l'i.'r .> North Itiver. New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
.1 W. \\WILKINSlN. .Aint. D)aytoua, Fla.

mchmond Washinaton 5altatme |
Philadelphis stoea AUtl t
Asheville Chattanooega Lemle I o
Clelananti St. Lwouis ames CItt
DetrsIt Cleveland
Chicago, eto.*

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washingiton, Richmond and
Florida Limited I
The New York and Florida Xxpree
1O /e EAST.

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through **The Land of the Skly."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
conection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
Ask for Tickets via Seethere Railway. Crrespeidse Sefeta. I

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pa. Ag., 103 V. Bay St., Jackmevl., ia.


GCssral Pamagr Agent,
Vahkingio, D. C.
somm aw IS 5 190S.


AsnI Gen'I Pam.Agmt#
Agssta GQ&




In Effet Juno 8, 1902.

1* SOWN. WW1lgal41MA W. OW
ely AIN LIL D all

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p10 S Lv...................s .. Jacksonvill........ ......
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T 8mp- >......................... .. N.s............................
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p ............................ Impoa t........................... ( a
0 p Ip ................... ....... rmond........................
SM p p ............................ amyt rna. ....................... l I
P II,................... Pott Orange...............
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S ....... C p .... ................. Titusville......................... .......
S ....... U p .. ............... ..Co dc ........................... .......
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S ....... 4 ........... Eau Galle....................... ....... ...
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bally. DalyLO l ] iyDaBYBRA OR. 1Dolly Daily Daily7Daily JDaily

41 1 15 p,11 U 4p i 1 17.'iik r 6 sTi 03p65 A I .-y.I o S n
p '~ p643 ArF~lataka~ 65a ILI a I lomusp ip~


L ..................... Eastb ZPal~at ...................
jW&ISI r ..... ........ 1,nM&Wo.........................LvaIE
21 owN r N. S XkYPOBT 4NL I U Solr
haDolly .8w 1813 1a1. BaURLNK i jDily l r!ea
ma 0510
p 6 a v aseksonvili* A' to:a$40:
p I p '0 1 ) a & '" PI tb ~o B o w k 2 0 a Is o *
ppp'10U a -AtlAsUtoBch "S6 3 &lIla

DiiA Flyer Ruute Sleeping Car operated on train tad U.

06,11 SAOE No. It s o.3 a o.I 1oaRwu aRM W. s
Daily ERANCE I aly[cly Dal y MO D17Daily
...m...v a97 pIfSp li~f&Lv ..L4. Ovdp lo.5L 9p4
.UOL ...Rserp iT... v Isoa,4 05P U 4a ALv Ug Cty Je%-v e
&U.A ......3nt.7rd e..Lv IIL .a S51 U4a1 Jt 1 i 1fi
2%TsaTM show the times at whl-h trains maybe expeawd to arrise as
I hS stadow, buat their arrival or departure a&%tMe fma Mbesis so% gM6
MW, W&Orapm 19old lt responsible for any delay or mny eonMauesee &t~ag there-

k mlmisuiar and Occidetal Steamship C ctssat 1ll1ana.

!1m ss hm n osine t
zdal" im s96 Coumnrt.
What bas beco of the old black
and white spotted Dalmatia dos0,
b Ittr know as "coaemch do," that
were so anumi" and popular
tkoi~ou 'theU U isi tas fram
Ig to IM l bduld? Thea 1h t ap-
pears to have become extlnct to this
country, having, like the Newfomnd-
land, which has shared the same ft,
gone out of style and are. no loo
popular. These dogs wre white in
color and spotted over every part of
the body with small black spots the
sie of a dime.
They wer first brought to England
roam the Austrian province of Dalma-
tia, and are still popular to a certain
extent In that country, from which the
Art spect1me were brought to the
United States shortly after the civil
war. One of th reasons why this dog
disappeared so quickly was no doubt
the fact that be had no particular use
other than to pose as a showy animal
and to trot along by ooe'a carriage or
coach and attract attention by his
striking color and markln'. Aside
trom this the Dalmatian dog was com-
pletely worthless. He could neither
hunt, serve as a watchdog, catch rate.
fight, or do anything ele that other
dogs are capable of doing, and for this
reason, no doubt, be died out.-Wash-
lmton Post.
Imeetlera I.udon.*
In London and throughout the tight
lttle Island the words "up" and
"down" have a peculiar significance.
In going to London from any part of
England you go "up." In traveling in
any direction from the capital 4rou go
"down." So In London Itself every-
thing goes "up" if it goes In the direc-
tion of the bank-that is. the Bank of
England-and going from that center
toward any of the points of the com-
pass is to go "down."
The word bank, which Is not only
always spelled with a capital "'B." but
is always uttered with an Impressive-
nes that suggests an initial letter of
the largest type. may be said to be in
a sense Interchangeable with city, a
term of equal dignity and value in the
eyes of Englishmen. and likewise in-
variably adorned with a capital "C."
The City does not mean London by
any means. It means a certain lim-
Ited section of London. the part where
business is mainly 'carried on and
where the great financial Institutions
Siallas sehool Per Thrumkes.
A writer In Forest and Stream tells
us of the methods the thrush adopts In
teaching his little ones to sing.
"Find," he says, "a family of wood
thrushes and carefully note what takes
place. The old male thrush will sing
the sweet song in loud, clear, flutelike
notes once and then stop to listen
while the young birds try to imitate
the song. Some will utter one note,
some two. Some will utter a coarse
note, others a sharp note. After awhile
they seem to forget their lesson and
drop out one by one. When all are si-
lent, the old thrush turns up again.
and the young thrushes repeat their
efforts, and so it goes on for hours.
The young birds do not acquire the
full song the first year, so the lemons
are repeated the following spring. I
take many visitors Into the-woods to
enjoy the first thrushes' singing school.
and all are convinced that the song of
the wood thrush Is a matter of educa-
tion pure and simple."

Numerous are the queer beliefs con-
cerning the number seven. From the
very earliest ages the seven great plan-
ets were known and ruled this world
and the dwellers in it, and their num-
ber entered Into every conceivable mat-
ter that concerned man. There are
seven days in the week, "seven boles
in the head, for the master stars are
seven." seven ages both for man and
the world In which he lives. There are
seven material heavens. There are
seven colors In the spectrum and seven
notes in the diatonic octave, and the
"leading" note of the scale Is the
seventh. Be it noted that the seventh
son is not always gifted with benefi-
cent powers. In Portugal he sl be-
lieved to be subject to the powers of
darkness and to be compelled every
Saturday evening to assume the like-
ness of an ass.-St. James Gazette.
Schoolroom Gemm.
The- following definitions are fresh
from the schoolroom and are given un-
"Apherbility Is the state of being an
"AfferblUty is the state of being In-
sane on one subject only."
"Reverberation is when It is made
again into a verb."
"The Te Deum is a grand opera."
"The British museum is the principal
building in Parts."
"Virgil was a Vestal Virgin."
"Julius Caa...r was the mother of the
Gracchi."-e .Ad.'s Work.

The Other Side.
Husband (mildlyt-You should re-
member, my dear, that the most pa-
tient person that ever lived was a
Wife (impatiently)-Oh, don't talk to
me about the patience of that man
Job! Just think of the patience poor
Mrs. Job must have had to enable her
to put up with such a man.
Traclng the RespoasiblUty.
Sappehedde-No woman ever made a
fool of me.
Miss Caustique-Who did, then?-
Philadelphia Record.

A man may be too poor to hire a law-
yer and at the same time can afford to
keep his own comuueL.-Philadelphla





all the


from a




PM ~ Jicsrum~t"rRoos.L

*O1MuuISthSw.,wd.SISbW ,

I" bft fun"b In SisdIhL
3N umi a 0M O
Price, so Cents.
bquhdby LAMM F. MUMARSL Look).sX%

MII IIIII-p lllfllll------------i-i-i--i-- --
SoeMby Dr.J.M.iJ-ms.

The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C. nnectiont:
S E The AtlaticCoat Line, via Charleston, Richmond
TO THE Wad Wadsngton.
Ts TE The Souther n Ialway, via Savannah, Columbia and
The Southern Ry. via Jetsup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
:VWt~ The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
S0 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Minere Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steiauwr for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havana,|via Peninsmlar and O(cidental Steamiship Company.
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Primce Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawke-bury and Charlottestown.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 30, to the principal r-sorts throughout the country,
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undernigned. and state where you wish to
go, and proper information will be given.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Washington. 1D. C.. from IDaytona $44.30, with 15. lay
transit limit in each direction,. tickets limited to 0(-t. 31. 19412. Inten.hangeable
mileage tiekete good over 13.0N) miles of among the principal railways in the
southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent. or address
F. M. JOLLY. Division 'asmenger Agent. 138 West Itay St.. .hwksonville, Florida.
T. M. KMK1RMO4N, H. M. aM EI kMwN, W.J. C'KARl,
Traffic Miiaager Asnt. Traffic Manager (;en. Pas. Agt.
Wlmlungton. N.t'.

I 0


Air Line Railway.

Win. A. aDer, a ari

243 NaA eahStiv&t



Through ticket to New York,

W New Haven, New London,
S V Providence, Fall River, Boston ad
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
I Via the Sea Islands........................10:10 a. m. (Metropolitan
Via Plant tsftem........................... 3:1.p.m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
"1:22 pm, making cloke connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, r ervations, tickets, etc.,
S .W DY Agent, 220 Wet Bay
A, WV A A&5,lI Jacksonville, Florid
0 Geo. H. lark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.
------ ---- -----


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
rollt of tlef t..

"CThicaO and Florida Limited" f in
i nil **Dixie. Flyer" sllepinig ears .
The "Chii-agoi andi l-'loridal Liimit.ol" is tiw quicksii t train from St. Aql
and Jacrksonville t o C'hatutanoe;,. N.lhville. Louisville and Chi-ago with P*
ithwt (Htm-rvatioii uid I)rawvingroonm sl-e~eiri. ,liniiig -urs, etc., through |M
lhaligv. The'-faJoiis "IDixi- F ly"' all their y.:i-r round sleeper via At-te
Maii-I in to St. Imisi witlho.mut hanw.
For inferntiiution vlative to rutatis, sc.i-heul. e.te... or for sle~Pwr re~ervations,
C. E. HARMAN. G-n. 's A.genllt. E. J. WALKER. Fla. Psa.l n
Atlanita. ;;a. .Iutkwonville, Fla,
II. F. SMIT1. Tratli- .-Man;tr. Nashville, Tenn.


The Shortest Route.

The itest Line.

Iheutle hDaily erI. including Sutciiu.1yi tc

with TIIROV0~11 P1' LLAN SL.EEPE'RS. It is t he OnJly Limi. 0( Ipatating
Maiy Through lulliaaatCtar ''v ice' bet" sN .1 aAck-. in'illeaindNe% O(Ileatim.


For further information write to
A. 0. MACIK)NFILL. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,

.1 wtksi .iavillv. Flu ipida~

w...*..**.***************@e@*.e*e*eee ....e.*.,.e


SI had been troubled year, off and! oin. with .'.oistilpationi. I il
iousnmes and sick headachles. Nothing seemnl to One day a friend asked me what the trouble wa-. Wh,.n I tolil
him he recommended RI l' ANS Tabul-s. That ,.I.tnig I I Iot aI
box, and after the .aond box I hgaun tio f.l I #, IIIiuh -liei-f that I
kept on with them. I have iipains Tul'a-l.-s "alwa.- in lh, holse
now alnd carry a pa -kage' iof thenI in ully u ket

O-) gives r-ellel.

At druggist s.
Th. Five-Cent packet is enough for an ounliauri imiV isLwion.
l'lhe family bottle. 6(0) ,niits. cmnt 1ilIs I
supply for a year.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.

Neo. 2



ain ......... 11:1
a m ......... 1!:! *

ia ll......... 1:<,
pim .........1 : 0
pil......... < : 2

No. 4


,v............I:le-k ,i ill. .... ...
Ar ............. Valllustal.. ..... v
A r................ % i4-',on............ .
A n .............. ta litt;Lt.I..... ... .. v
. I. ........ 'hIl;. t t ai u, i i.......... V
Ar........... Nashi vnll.. ..........
A I ............... M nt it in .......... .
Ar .............eSt. L0iai-............ iA

Nf. :1 No. 1
7 O. .i......... s:'n n
1 1 m n......... 11:2, n,
,' pil n i ......... 7::-I nill
Spill ......... 3: .' 1111a
: 1 1 I n .t.... .... : : 1 1 11Ia I 1
5I : t i l ......... 3 :47 | il
I : .' i ......... ::Ill; ;. ki i

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at 'Chaleto. n C.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern LiM
I)iren.t Service ie t w\*ecn
Ct'alling at ('lh;iarl4st,,n Itilthl Ways.


From Lewis' Wharf, mI
from foot Catherine street, Jaeksu

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BIX'E SPRIN' N; a *in IInt. rile.dii;te. L.aanLinigs on S'. .IOHNS RIVER. .

c4'AI. c. 11.I l~lto I

IS AP l'I TI-IE i S %11. \s Foil.OI.o S:
l[A'hv<' Foi tt 'Cit ,.liii. 1 I tii't. .l;ia ks, vi IIIt........"l'I,., ai .i1i l Sam IS. turi]aI's ;It 5.:Ov a
-ave S nford............... .......................... l I;.l s nil Tlhirsi- days at 5:00

General Passenger and Ticket office,

:. a.,- .i..ca '. l6110 .2 Z04 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
12 40 pmi : i r.... ... l i vil......... ..... L.v :14 ain ....... .. 2:3..1 m -.
4: 1.' p a ............ tiincin ... .tnati ........ L 1 1:1 .........11:.. .. ,.. P
......................... 9 :1. al l r.1............. .C i ......v .... .. ....... .......... ..... l..C.II. N;lN..-:lh..it, 1 t. n. Pa..k .
-- ---__- i ll.State Si.. N i ilk. 2 t 1e-t l a.i St.. ..tkseouvil, W
No. 4--Dixi veFlyer---Ca tries lullm n ra ling ,R m ll ,.ltt Sl.h ing r. I THlS I). II I ..I li.t. I C I' I. I A I': 1.1,. s .'la. upt.,
.Iia ksonvilhl. t, St. Lo, uis and .lark onville t, .h l... % ih ,oit th- ng akilg .h.N,. L. l itl,\I 1I. S ,, I int I ,ll ,- i .. ks i .
,linr-'t cun re-tion lit Namhville with s .'e ing .cars fi,, l.1 i:villel and 'ihl.cic ,ati. Fc t, IN L. StI) .I.. Is u,,ll., .
(hily stops at following A. V. & W. statioiis: riaftorel. Ilta\t.r and I' arge. TREO. O. EGER, WI. P. GLYI)E & CO. J
Through c(oa.he between Jacklksville aind M;on. T He.n0.Eratl MalngE.r <;1.I...;.1al 'tEent ,
No. 2-Day Exprves-Stols at all A.. \. & W" I.al te: ti ,,t s. Mlak'.s ,li,,. t m y ,. ch.ne rough Iluilling. 1t Stat. St.. i *i...i.. ti ..tt',u-.rv Gr k. N,.w York. k
iMections for all points West and N ,orthwest. in lbotih I '-e..tieil Maiuiii, 1
' A i' li IRe aInl Florida .East (( ..nst RvS.. .
K 11. I AKNK ES. l. Supt. St. D i.PICK TT. T n. ii Aut. W A T F R P R O O F 1 S


A WoM mKl.I.IE. --
S A .1. Mlintgoniry. Pu\icxi. 'Wayne
o. M.. writes: T St Lohavuis d little twiChicag
girls, who have twen bothered with To St. Louis and Chcago
wormn all their lives. I tried everything
to relieve them which failed until I used
White's Cream Verujifuge; the first two
does brought four worms from one of 'Pullian i'alaie Sleeping Cars from .IJakso't\ili. t, St l.Ani- aSnti t 'i>. :t,,.
them. the next two dons, twelve. one of lIeaving .lacksonville daily ait p. hi., viaa tle lailiioulls
them measurintr twelve inches: the other



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