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 16, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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)-
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r. No. 10.

Dartonaa FlrorIda. Aug. 16. 1902

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,Weowe ittoourhomes,. we owe it to the community, to keep
SIt is moue easy to keep o if we ed so. Nothing more
edameiveor ecoomimal on a warm day than Ice Cream or Ice

Ion us for Freezers, Dishes, Diers,

osn, Ice Shaves, Piks, Awls, etc.


W. H. EDMOND8ON, Manager.
119 North Beach Street,


Svgro named Sykes, recently released
SM chain gang shot and killed hip
pBh.w, John Daviy, last week at


is to have a new industry in
of a lber factory at Tampa for
the leaves o( the pineappip
for the maaufacture of cloth.
that the income, from this
wh be as great as that fromni the


She Msbtrated agricultural special of
M-Artow Courier-jIforment is a credi-
leahe. It sets forth the horticul-
jugd agricultural rewounrue of Polk
amd should stimulate interest in
ppspctivle asttlen mind.
S'me-ainng on th issue EditorSweat

S'teouatry is not held up as a land
S fardiae, nor is it exactly a "land
lfg with milk and honey." These
asltiis-- are here bnt one must work
.hAr Am aa ceanotsitdowninidle-
.W hm dywver dollars rain into his
Z i]b mmset htle here the same as

saga w easegyj and pluck, who
it > -eak r to "tickle the earth
S i bhee" may reasonably expect a
ilS iwrdd for his industry. That's
aset ol the umees of the men who
S -- hae to our columns today.

= gm priowweo, at work on the
taA road. eped from the
E- Jm- aaa Moaday, aad have not yet
ea-p ued. They are;Ed.Medlok,.
I" han om a ten month's sentence.
!NN l eawell, just on a ten mouthemen-
bm w W Turner will probably re-
"iN thema, when their sentences will
StemeW ably gthened on thecharw

2l eoaaty prisoners-seven in number
-mhe have ban working on the Day-
ba.bWedad road, were brought in yes-
la"ty, the guards finding t OB thelatwoods for present opera-
STe proners will he put to work
ie lDeLaad-Orange City road. The
road jail was left in the woods
Deland and Daytona; lut it iI,
sael, as no one will be likely tuo
S it. They can't steal it. Iecaust it's

r. Henry Little has resigned the pals-
p of the St. Barnabas Elpisio|all
ek. tae resignation to takeeffect (-t-


one 9.
. Ji


Rear Admiral William C. Wise visited
Pensacola Tuesday, Aug., lst, and from
authorized statements given out from
the navy yard by officers in high posit-
ion, that plane within a few months will
be one of the most important naval ren-
devous of the country
It has developed that the real purpose
of Rear Admiral Wiwe's visit there was
for the purpose of making preliminary
plane towards making Pensarola navy
yard the headquarters of the largest na-
val fleet and the most formidable ever
gathenrd together in tinie of peace, con-
sisting of about half a down battleships.
about the same number of cruisers and
gunboats and a dozen or more torpedo
boats and tenders.
The Navy Department has planned that
commencing at New York this large fleet
will make land attacks on all cities of
importance on the Atlantic coast and as
far south as Key West; from Key West
each gulf port from there to Galvestmon
will lie made objects of the.' attacks.
The fleet will be in the gulf in the winter.
rendezvousing at Penmawola during the
lull in the time of practice.-Jackson-
ville Metropolis.


The Western Christian Advocate for
July 16 has the following good story to
The presiding elder of F- District. in
one of the Ohio Methodist Conferences.
stepped into the home of one of the
preachers of his district nome time ago.
since the holidays. and at the door he
was met by the preacher's four-year-old
son Harold. who. leefore any one else
could speak. called out to theelder. "I've
got a Watch!" at thesmne time drawing
it from his owcket and holding it upto Ie
oewn. "Sure enough!"' thi elder replied:
you have a watch! I was wondering
what mantle you la)k so hig. Why young
.eem to libe four inches taller than when
I last saw you! lIet me as. your watch
Wheredid you get it ? "Santa lbroughit
it to nw!" said Harold; standd I'll tell young
how you can lget tone. if yoll want it."
'lndul'', I wouml like to have a nice Inew
watch said the elder;' but I am afraid
old Santa luas forgotten all atIltit mie'
now. But I woulbl like to, know how tyou
did.and I might try. "' Well."said Har-
ol1, "you must write. Santt a letter: hut
you Inmustn't put t in tlw pIsostotlie; you
niust stick it ui tlie chliinley. That's
where Santa gete his letters. And then,
you must go and pray.'" "'P'ray!'" said
tIe elder. "Yes." said Ilnarol. "that's
forGeld not to let hinm ftorgat it." "'Then."
said the elder; "you must tell me just
how you plrayeld, so that I nmay do just
right, liow did you pray?. -'.Why. I

thLte 1 Mr. and Mrs. Little will re- .. Niw I liy nme down to sleep,
to England, while the children will i want a watch.
Caaada,tor the prweent. Rev. '. I pray the Lord my soil to keep.
of Orange City will suceld I want a watch.
UJttle as rector of St. Iarnalas. If I should die l-efore I wake.
Rumor states that Mr. Frank S. I want a wath,. anyway.!"
*of New 8myrna is soon to lead tk o And tlwn I knowed I'd get it. foi (h
alter a most channing Deland, luldy wouldn't let SamIa forget!'
am who resideM on South Boulevard.
Sh Baptit Young People's Society Attorney-at Law.
* defrred their uiual meeting to at- Col(,letions Given Prompt Attention.
Sthe temperance meeting at t le Con- )tfitce with ltinghani & Thoinpsioi.
atuioaal church Sunday evening. I)AVN)NA. FIAnlmA.


pope p..e.ee*F


SStrongy 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

or any Price But not HERE

ed sooner have the reputation of is

dging you just a little more, for we

dulre your continued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

'uing the standard of our merchandise.

You'll always find our prkice the lowest possible,
compatable with trustworthy goods.....
u A- -a AO"






James McKeone of New Smyrna was
in the city last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. McNary of Ormond were
in the city last Sunday.
Tax collector D. P. Smith registered at
Schmidt's Villa ast Sunday.
Mrs. Wmin. Webster "f Port Orange is
visiting her daughter Mr. Jacob
H. H. Sams of New Smyrna was in
town the first of the week.
Game Warden Charles Kurtz, was in
the city last Saturday.
I..Try some of those delicious fresh
fruit pies at the Gramling Bakery.
Misi Oatew has been sick since her re-
turn from Port Oorange.
C. Barnes returned last Saturday
from his visit to points in Maine.
Mrs. McCoy and daughter returned
from Tybee beach, Ga. the first of the

E. V. Blackman of Miami. editor of tlwhe
Florida East Coast Homeseeker regis-
tered at the City Hotel last Friday.
The value of the peach cropinthe vicin-
ity of DeLand this season is placed at
E. B. Verona sold his large pineapple
plantation at Tibbals last week to Harry
Rev. W. A. Myers left Wednesday for
Lake Butler where he will be engaged in
a camp-meeting.
Geo R. Lyman brought the private
launch of Capt. Gleason up from Palnt
Beach last Friday.
IGet your pastry at the Grainling
Bakery. 'Tis much easier than baking
your own paltry this warn weather.
Rev. J. 1'. Graham went to lk-Land
last Saturday to spend a fe.w days itn
rest and recuperation.
Colenil Huston and wifd left T'hlursda i
for the mountains of North Carolina for
a brief outing.
Six lIan*iits held up a Chic'ago. BItr-
lington & (Quinye train Wedslnesdlay morn-
ing and stNured $2t,0 0 --$3.333: apiete.
That's a good haul. lint wait.
C('la L. Smith hanis hIei appointed Reip-
resentative in Florida of the Grandl tuom-
niandery Knight Teniplar oif .Aikainsa.

f.[t's about time to think of ihavinut
your house fixed up. Kost A (;winner
are artists in painting and iu:pllr hang-
ing-lho'tter consult them.n
Captain gieorgce leason suplrintendent
of the East (Coast ('anal Company was
in thetity last Saturday. stoppint g at tilt
Schmidt it's Villa.
Edward tihe VII was crmtowned last Sat
urdlay anyhow. Now let the ,l w i hies
and their superstitious follow ing blink
their eyes.
Saodie .lackson Thompsilon is nliow l
cated at ,'hartltt. N.'., andt reports
tile nerctryv from !*S to 1(411 degln-es lut
is thankful that it will not last always.
hen' we me' stray 'rats on porll-echis eof
vatent houses, lokilng very thin. W.a
wonder that thle owner could heate tIhemn
ota, nor4)',uaerthey are' liable tmo b.i'emine
desle-rate and kill .hicrk'is
A note from II. II. IIwene to this ottict.
states that Mrs. litohne has Iteen r'temov ed
to Point ('hautamnuia, N. Y. and is very
much improved although still paralyzed.
IMr. Hoene exlie'ts to bring his wife t4o
Dlaytona hby Noivenir first.
Edward tlhe VII. King (f (Ureat Britain
and Iretand and 'iColonies .beyond tIe' se a
antd Emnlpror of India, was crowned
at Westminster Ableay, last Satin day
at 12:3! Qtueen Alexandra was
crowned at 12:.54. Twenty-six Atmeri-
cans witnessed thi, ee .l-llmony.
Miss Annie DI. Isoper wholias een some.
time at the Seaside Inu ine sar-h of health h
died a Sunday evening last. Services wenre
held in thie Episcopal C'hurch Mondtiy
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The rmi:tiins
were then shippled to (Chiarlestn for illn-
terment. A numibtr of thlie friends of tile
deceased were nt her bedside when she'
died. among then tiG. Loper Itailey tof
The four Zeizler Brothers. .IseIphl. A.n
drew, t;e..rnge. and Morris. andit Missm'larat
Zeigler, with Miss Laura lHonimes as n
.conllmalist. all afI el-l.nd. gave actncert
at Keatit igs pavili,,In Tue'stlaye eningflor
the Ienletit Of the C'enite'ry l.. iileltrovellnelit
Fuind. Solos. qulltarte's. iiinlitettes aiuld
instrumental selectit on- ait' Iiup tlhe
varied program. larile crowd .lwis
in attendance anil about $401 was malle
for the fund.
Tlwi ruins of the frtiiner Ihiones lf cliff
dwellers in Northern Arizona will lie
visited this l mnth iy a IartyofSt. Louis
and Washingtotin s.-i.nt, ists. wVho prol'o me
to dig for slieinmens to be taken lot the
World's Fair iln lOO4. .Arraingtements
are also under way for a t-illectioln of
spelitnens friomi the li'tritied for,.sts of
nortlhrn Arizona. also to4wliepa irtoft Ai-
ZI tona's e\hiblit at Ule E:xlOsiti.tn. TI'he
Ariziona Worlds Fair '1miniiiiashtn has
apldied to WVashingtion for piermis.,ion to
take from tihe n'.*,re's si-h slpecillensl4 as
miay iw satisfactory and % w ill g"ine 1 pro-
". I J ...... .....i .l ..i .... ..I d* ..-...

WrTry Mills' smooth lee cream
Always be charitable to ignorance. It
does not know any better.
&L.Delicious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
A little power in the hands of a little
man is a dangeroiR. mpon.
Before plying the whip imagine your-
self in place of the W .
Everybody lies more or lesa-mostly
You can't judge the bottom of a man's
sox by the appearance of the tope.
W-tFrelh bread every morning at the
Granling Bakery. It's good, too.

Japan Persimons are now ripening
and coming into market. Nothing nicer
A man may know his own mind and
not he overstocked with knowledge.
The average man's pessimistic views
are due to the fact that he is acquainted
with himself.
There are so many sharks and suckers
about seaport towns that it looks like a
fish diet develops fish qualities in men.
Thrne members of a yachting club wcre
drowned in Lake Erie last week, but none
of them were the editor of the Gem.

The Haw creek country is to be devel2
oped. There is no better land in the
country than the Haw creek m-ction.
U. J. White: who developed Hastings, i.u
the master spirit.
Have you heard of tihe big catch of
bass at Keating's pier weighing 1450
pounds? See Harris photo- Phone 91
l'ctk Block.
Messrs. E. L. Shear, Moore. Hopkins of
Eustis, and Smiith went fishing to
Smyrna bridge in Mr. Shear's launch
Though not entirely saturated on high
hainmmiock land. the moil is in excellent
conditions with the surface moisture, to
give a vigorous boost to all vegetable
Virginia is iproceeding energetically
with irosiutions for lin.icing,and by so
doing is setting an example in every way
wortliy of imitltion-Timnies Union and
For information regarding cheap rates
to 'Cailifornia and several points West,
adre.ss .1. M. Fletming, Florida P'assen-
ger Agemit. 1.. & N. It. I.. Jacksonville,
Mrs. .Alie' tBrowu of Sanford, State
l'residlent to the W. C. T. ;.. will lecture
in tilie congregationall church Sunday
eveniing, A.u iust 17th, on Christian Citi-
zenship; services at 7 p. int. All inter-
estedu ill thlie caused of temperance are in-
T''e Ieligious pnlres for several weeks
iIast lias given a gn-r't tle;al of liublicity
tlo the congresss of negro educators andI
r.ligi ins workers in Atlanta this week.
This is d(oiubtless t he greatest samm.nbly
of the kind ever convene this side P'lia-
raolh king of the Egy>)tiais. I. Garland
I'einn. Epworth leiaguse secretary for the
.oloired peNople, who is the ltlading spirit
in working tiup this co'umng s, lhas gath-
ad ii notalile protgraiii of ablle talent.
'I'h. mineting will do lasting gooil.
The St.. Augustine Recordld calls atten-
tion to ite ulifTer'n-ce in the profits of Ipo-
tatto gro i g in Texas and in Florida:
-In the. last issue of theSouthern Farmn
%lag:7zine thlie f allowingg itein is published
ti-s ; ti S.mple aof tli' profits of growing
Irish pot:it.sus ill Texis;t 'Wn lie, of
Lu.ling. Te,.. tdtig this year from t'en
aile4ns of l.lnld 31tl0 lbushels of Iresh pota-
t' es. \vhich he has sold ait IM) elints to
$1.00 1 a lishel.' In this county fartieri'
ha.ve dig from a siimiliair atrai aid halve
sthld Ihelll on the spot fomr $2.501 to $3.-N
per lh ai'rel.

Not' ie i hereby given that I will apply
to the .ity couiicil at their rmi.ular mieet-
ing A iigu-st l lthi. 1904)2. foir l.-rinission
t4 I el'e t and maintaiIn boat house inl
front of al y prolleIrmlty. N. :t0 feet (of lot
two ., blhmk forty eight, same to 1lc built
andl anintaitd with l''ermiision of the
Council. W. W. Austin.

H. H. Robinson of Port Orange wasia
Daytona Monday.
-..Bargaiin in Ladies watches at
Little Will Trowel is quite sick with
fever and dymentery.
o .Moore Bros. are having big sales
on their 15 per cent dineonnt.
Min Maud Pellieter has gone to St.
Augustine to visit relatives.
gS'Extra bargains at Moore Bros. for
the next ten days.
J. A. Hendricks received a new invoice
of goods this week.
ft'Have you heard of Moore Bros.' ex-
tra bargains, in all line of goods.
Postoffce Inspector Peer was in the

city last Friday,
o,8Silver brand shirts.
Smas & Sox.
Mrs. Claude Heston left the first of the
week for a visit to friends in Palatka.
If'The best line of cheviots to be
found in the city at Hendricks'.
One advantage in "taking the news on
the wing" is, that you get it fresh.
W'A new lot of fresh candies at
Gramlings bakery.
Hon. Chas. L. Smith made a flying
visit to New Smyrna thefirst of the week.
M.$Special prices on men's suits for

two weeks.


Miss Irene Aklcott of DeLand is visiting
with Mrs. J. A. Douglass.
OlfStar brand shoes, all styles and
prices. SMITH & SON.
Ed. Rogers, of Deland, came over Mon-
day. He has been stopping at the Mag-
Miss Nell Austin of DeLand is stopping
on the beach with Mrs. Grant Bly in the
Jones cottage.
Will Klicker the leading tailor of De-
land, with his family and sister are on
the beach.
Silas Miills read a sermon at the Bap-
tist church Sunday in the abseuce of Rev.
The Christian Endeavorers had a hack
ride and a picnic lunch on the beach
Thursday afternoon.
Rev. H. E. Partridge of Orlando will
preach at the M. E. church, south, to-
Mrs. S. H. Gove has gone to the moun-
tains of Georgia and will be absent sev-
eral weeks.
F. N. Conrad has again assumed
charge of the Merchants' Bank. He
looks so well that you would almost be-
lieve that you could get a kan at two
per cent
Mrs. W. M. Shatfiner started Thursday
for St. Louis to attend the funeral of a
sister who is being brought from South
America where she has been engaged sev-
eral years as a teacher.
Mrs R. 0. Cowan made her friends
happy by her arri al last week from
Hamilton, Canada. Mrs. Cowan is ad-
aninistrator of her husband's estate, and
has several pieces of property in this
city to look after.
W. E. Rush who has been visiting his
Non J. E. Rush for some time left laIt
Sunday morning for Dunellon where Ihe
will visit his other sonstbefore returning
home to Bronson the latter part of the
We learn that 0. G. Robinson has sold
Ihia lumber business in Colorado Springs
and gone into tihe real estate business.
lie has compromised with the R. R.
Company for the loss of his furniture
by tire at the station there, two or three
years ago, for $2.;)0.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Fitzgerald and
Mrs. Cornelia Vandewater arrived Wed-
nesday from Daytona, Fla.. on a visit to
nrlatives and friends. Mr. Fitzgerald
will return in about a week. The others
will remain for a longer time. Ed. is edi-
tor of the Daytona Gazette-News and
prospering finely.-The Ellsworth (Wis-
consin) Record.
IIW'See the new neckties at Smith &
The basket supper, given by the Bap-
tist Young People's Union Thursday
evening was a success; it was one of
tlhe social events of the summer. Al-
though there were several other things
going on that evening there was a large
crowd (of ierry people in attendance.
j2uite a number of beautifully decorated
Iaskets were brought by thle ladies and
a closer examination of them after pur-
chase proved then to be as nice inside as
out. T'he literary and musical program
rendered after the sale of the baskets
was attentively listened to and much en-


('o,,unc.il met in regular session with
Prls. pro. tern. Harris in the chair.
'Present, Ahl. Foster, Stevens and
Minute.s of previous meeting read
and approved.
Following bills presenited and or-
,hered paid:

Clearance Sa

Befe taking ourannual invory


One Dollar's Worth -

85 Cents

Some goods even lower, except Ruttrck

Patternsm Fifteen cases of new


Just arrived, but three is no reserve on them.

Everything goes at fifteen per cent discount,


oore Ycro&

Peck & Foster, feed bill for July
F. W. Maley, fixing windows
City H all .................
Gove & Strother, t days dredg-
in g ........................
Pellicier & Rix, livery hire ....
Oscar Michael, 204 yards of
marl .................
W. E. French, time men on
W. E. French, 25 eatch basins..
J. Bratt & Son, blacksmithing.
W. E. French, salary July. .....
I. Humphries, salary July......
W. S. Rodgers, salary July.....
J. W. Wilkinson, salary July .





Moved by Aid. Matthews, seconded
by Aid. Foster, that bill for 50 cents
for burying fish be laid on table; car-
Petition of G. Thompson to put in
sewer from his property on Bea'li
street to deep water in river was reana,
and it was moved by Ali. Matthews.
seconded by Aid. Foster, that same eo
allowed; carried.
Ordinance regulating care of chim-
neys and flues in the city of Daytona
was called up and on motion of Aid.
Foster, seconded by Alid. Matthews,
same was passed on its third reading;
Moved by Ali. Matthews, seconded
by Aid. Harris, that when the Cotun-
cil adjourned that it do so to inmeet
Aug. 18th at 7:30 p. mi., to receive re-
port of special 'omnnittee on oirdli-
nance revision and attend to other
business; carried.
Moved by Aid. Foster, seconded by
Aid. Stevens, that street commnitteeAh l
authorized to lay drain 10 inches on
east sile of Palmnetto avenue. south
from Live Oak street, to l)elow Bratt.
blacksmith shop, cost of same to lie
assessed against the property I'tne-
fltted; carried.
Moved by AMl. Foster, seconded by
Aid. Stevens to accept By. Co., propo-
sition to grade approaches to cross-
ings of By. track; carried.
Momvetd Ihy Mathews, secondhld by
AId. Foster, to rent scraper to) De-
Land and leave matter of time and
price in hands of street eommissiones;
Moved by Aid. Foster, seconded by
Aid Matthews, that following resolu-
tion be passed: That the established
grade on Volusia avenue, from First
street to center of Ry. track, be raised
to seven feet above the city datum
and to conform to present height of
Ry. track.

tmaimes Treaswcted by tme Berd at Its Am
gust Meettg.

Board of County C(',mnissioners miet
Monday persuant toadjournmeunt. 1re-
ent T. L. Rodgers. chairman, W. H. Me-
Bride, R. D. Brooke, T. J. Murrey and S.
D. Jordan, clerk.
Minutes of last tueeting read, and on
motion July.approved and signed.
The following road and bridge reports
were then submitted:
District No. 1.-Progress.
District No. 3.-Revpairson Dark Entry.
Lake Dias, Deep Creek, Deland and Bar-
berville, and Haw Creek Roads, and
progress on Seville shell road. Repairs
.,n l-arP 'ual roaanail hltvtlinna. atnl r-

District No. 5.-Repairson DeLandaad
New Smyrna, Oak Hill and 8bilohroad6,

and repairs to bridge on New Smyrna,
and Titusville road and general repairs
in district.
On motion the petition from eiteim ,
of Orange City asking for repairs on Ip.
Land and Orange City shell road was r-
referred to Commissioners Bond and
On motion the report of the comaitst
appointed to mark and view road from
French avenue to St. John's river was
received and tiled, committee disebharpd,
and road ordered advertised aslayedout
by committee for thirty days.
On motion the right to place a gate
across Dele<,nand Barberville road at
Dep C(reek is hereby granted to the citi-
zens of Spring Garden, said gate to be
under the controland supervision ofCom-
missioner McBride.
On motion the Notary Bond of L. S.
Morrison vas approved.
On motion the rifle bonds of L. POr.
domn. II. J. Barksdale and W. D. Cliftom
we,.r approved, and clerk instructed to
issue lieense therefore.
n tiotimon the report of committee ap
pointed to mark and view road from
.l);ytona to) Oirmond along the piresst
lil.. of travel was received and filed,comm-
lmitte. dlisc.iharge-l, and opening of said
ro:ta as played out and surveyed by the
o')inimIittee. ordered advised for thirty
Onl motion the petitiolln of W. Me-
Bride and others f,r iihauii ,e if right of
way to Daytoina andil Orniid roald was
()n motion theicI arl was granted a re-
quisition for 11I0o) ei.nvelopes for use of
this office.
On motion the lIill of the DaytonaElee-
tric Supply Co., for w-iring lDaytona Ar-
mlory was refusealdi payent on theground
that said work \%as not authorized by
the board.
The criminal courtt .~cost hills were ex-
amnined and alprov.al for !912.77 andthe
vlerk instructed issue wairrentts there-
(in motion th.. supervisor or registra-
tion was granted registration supplies
to the aliount of 45' c'nts.
Onu motion thite claim for the remitt-
ance of Huies in the case of Cleveland Wil-
liams and Jis. Smith, was laid over to
September meeting for investigation, as
to the right of county to pay the same.
The county tnrasurer then presented
his report for their month of July with hib
books and accounts which were duly ex-
amined and approved and paid war-
rants ordered destroyed.
Statement fr mn report:
General revenue fund-
iBalance frmi last report.......$5926.87
leceilpts fir ini it I................ 1848.06
Disbursements.................... 2878.53
a'lanitce Aug Ist.................... 4896.40
Road and biril eumi d-
lialance from last report........ 2120.31
Reveipts for niinth................ 1073.06
11is unrs.'milenlts........................ 2 28.56
Bulaince Anu st t................ 1165.42
Filne tnd feorfeitun, fund-
HBil;ate froimi last rlspo)rt....... 369.1
It'-eiiptst for month ............ 357.81
lish llr.nmell ts........................ 1194.10
lalance Aiiugust 1st................ 2852.84
Thie niisctllaiueous bills against the
county were then examined and ap-
proved and warrants ordered draw in
payliment of sanile.
Onl motion the board then adjourned
to flrt iM ,m.ln in aSent.nm-..i A II

13 zwEEL

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S 1 first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla
in the fall of 1848. Since then I
have taken it every-spring as a
blood-purifying and nerve-
strengtheninl 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. s1.4 AlUlmdqAl.
Ask your doctor %hat be thbik of Ayer's
!- l.1o knowsall aboIt this grauid
,I. ..W..iat .m6 V hia adwaf eand


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pown ic pw m rnfack Ih

IOWdisy, aqint 16,1902.

iMnum immrnES.

For Ua6ted Stat.. aator
For Cnam--mm, mMd District:
For Comptroller:
For Secretary of State:
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
For Railroad Commissioners:

For State Senate:
For Representatives:
For County Treasurer:
For County Tax Collector.
For County Assessor:
For Board of Public Instruction:
For County Commissioners:

Week beginning Aug. 17,1902

a. m.
mad 5:38

Wedmnday....................... 7:41
reda .......................... 8:23
SFriday ........ 905
-atearday 9:52
subay 11:43
Medy 12:16
SoTmy 12:53
Wodeaday 1:20
t1w day 2-09
ay ............. 2:49
atanday 3:32

p. m'




A former Florida newspaper man, Mr.
AII R. Parrish, is sending to the press
S -I people of the state circulars propos-
S I the establishment at Chicago of a
I sltida bureau of information, in aid of
immigration. and asking moral and
mames l assistance for the project in the
S paa o( press notices and appropria-
Oigm from towns, cities and counties.
W hlout criticism of the plan (which, in
ti absiae of public effort to increase
o population and wealth of the state,
poneatm positive merit), the News pre-
hemto n e upon the people, press aad
tea Laginlatre of the state the adop-
tis of more comprehensive and elective
s a of attaining the desired result by
the rehabilitation of the state bureau of
imm igration, whose usefulness was de-
aoyd by the "'Call Laislatare" of
S1891 for no better reason than that its
d' sta'eWs wished to display their
st angth and punish those whom they
legarded as factional enemies.-DJeLand


w. the popular and efficient
P lorida passenger agent of the Southern
Railway, with headquarters at Jackson-
vie, who has had charge of Southern
Railway matters in the paunenger de-
p arlmnt in this section for some time,
Sbeen promoted and will be division
pia.ger agent. This promotion was
elective Friday, August 1,and while it is
a move up in the railroad world for Mr.
Cary, the people here are chiefly pleased
became it does not necessitate his re-
m oal to other headquarters. Mr. Cary
S ha been connected with the Southern
System for several years, and came up
from a lerkship to his present position
*ole~y on merit. He has been in Jack-
maavile just a year, but in that short
One has entirely won the confidence, re-
spet mad esteem of the community, and
b. i advance will be received with pleas.
e by all who have ever in any way
t eoe le contact with him, in business or

When the Southern acquired trackage
S ani milem t with the Atlantic Coast
Lim a became an initial line at Jack.
.ave, a few weeks ago. it was under-
S sted that a number of changes would
he madie a all departments, and the
lome at this point, was, of course, to be
eob iambly increased. The promotion
Sof Mr. Cary is on this line, and his ad-
vaumem t neoemicated the appointment
fadet ticketagent. H. C. Hunt, of
ng Ga., arrived in Jacksonville
Fi to take that place, and W. H-
Sis r is assistant city ticket agent aad
edark to the district passmengr ment.
The e*lan loea*aW as heretofore at
18 West Bay street.-From the
In FliaM Thme-Union and Citi .

= W T IST.

Mis. Doa wll pov to ithe bd-
lgos ambe&k astm ome oe- .
S MIW oeBra., whe' ,sd wil
ba e mosrn om n or her m s
Atock 01o 111m1my, mow oW fd.
Mrs P I will haey, drw o-
lg dqarmM t, and will avb a Oist
el ireuwmahr and milliner from
Chicago for the colul season-

The betbedrial' Stea
a&k sd U[er vr 5A EM to take.
tPa t swt. rorsnabbyal drug-

Jelleoon B. Brown has carried the
primaries of the State by a great big
The Waldron and Cross cottage on
Beach street I reeivig a new coat of
paint sad.other improvements inside.

C. T. Johnson returned Tueday from
Leon County with ten sne Jersey cows
for his dairy and a good full blooded
Jersey bull'
The 4sMt p mONIM Ae MrMus
Chill and Fever i a bottles of GOove's
TATSysMe COLL ToMX. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents.

YVe Knew What Ye An TakMg
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula ia plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tasteleesm
form. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.


The Country School Board met on
Monday and Tuesday. Present, John L.
Chandler chairman, L. E. Causey, E. F.
Knappe and Bert Fish, clerk.
Commissioner Causey reported that he
had visited Barberville, ad advised that
lights for windows and material for re-
pair of steps, etc., be ordered, which was
agreed to by the Board.
An appropriation of $5 was made for
repairs at Lungren, and Albert Turner,
supervisor, was authorized to do the
The Board decided to supply material
for outhouse. at Clay Branch.
Commissioner Causey was authored
to advertise for, receive bids and award
contracts for earring pupils to Seville
school, from Juanita, Braddocks and
McGlon districts.
G. W. Carter was appointed trustee
at Holly Hill, vice C. F. Wetherell,

A communication was read from E. M"
Tisdale, relative to the location of a
school at Barberville for colored pupils.
No action was taken.
A communication was read from Or-
mond trustee in regard to the enlarg-
ing of the colored school house at that
place; no action was taken.
The foiling appointments were made:
Glencoe.-W. S. Cariton.
Flowers.-Eva Hawley.
Pierson.-Geo. J. Dykes, principal.
Seville.-F. D. Scarborough, principal.
Turnbull.--Hilda Mann.
Port Orange.-C. P. Dickinson.
Osteen.-Allen Halllday principal.
Ponce Park.-Mollie Stone, vice A. Aus-
tine, declined.
Orange City.-Marvin Harwell.
Lungren.-Mrs. E. J. Daaiels.
Winona.-Mrs. Ruth Richardson,
DeLand.-I. S. Hankins, Angeline Wil-
liams, Alphonso Jones, Minnie Mitchell.
Ormond.-J. R. Wigins. ,
New Smyrna.-Christina Sector.
The treasurer's books were presented,
examined, found correct and all paid war-
rants destroyed.
The report of the treasurer showed the
Bal. in treas. July 1 .$2007.92
Received from A. C. Croom........ 38.64
.." D. P. Smith........ 1780.44
.. Bert Fish.......... 2297.90

Total receipts $6124.90
August expenditures.............. 871.55


Mr. ad NMr. DLcks of Late Coitny
ume overlast week in time to partiel-
pate in the excwion to St. Ausullne.
ThWa a visotiq their ftmnds here.
Mr. ad Mrs. Harmon Clifton were In
town last week visiting Mrs. Wm. Jones
Mrs. Cwatsim' mother.
U. 8. Robertson received a car of lum-
ber from Neoga Mills last week for the
large Pail boat he is building.

The painters are at work on Col. Roe's
Mrs. J. R. Crow of Crows Bluff is visit-
ing friends here.
Capt. Alexander and Mr. Jack Lowrie
left for their honwm on Lake Bereford
Mrs. Brohm is having the croquet
ground at the hotel put in first class or-
der and is having the laundry rebuilt.
S. H. Gove came down Friday in his
launch with a party of ladies and gen-
Mr. McBride and his son were in town
last week offering a naptha launch for
oale very cheap.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'argent came up
from Oak Hill to join the excursion to
Ye Ancient Citie and on their return
spent several days with Mrs. Sargent's

To Care a CMi la ie Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletsn
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove',s si-nature on
each box; 25c.


The Rev.'Stewart Martin arrived on
Monday and will return on today to
Merritt's Island.
On Friday Marion Morrison of Miami
came to visit her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Mabbett. He left on Sunday
for Kincimmnee.
Mr. Mann is once more with us but
only for a short time as he intends going
again to his homestead up the river to
superintend the burning of more clay.
His daughters, the Mis"est Nellie and
Hilda, are expected from St. Augistinte
on Saturday. Mrs. Davis and children
aMso of St. AuguRtine went the guests of
Mrs. Mann for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Butler and
Seabreese, and Mrs. Jones
were among our welcome

family from
of DI)aytona
visitors this

Mr. Wheeler sang two solos on Thurs-
day evening at the Armory which were
highly appreciated.

aoeg Vaadevorm went -W to Do-
Land oa bnmi' Thum y.
AMr. Roeoof otarke proposes to ut in
a te pi rstem into DeLan
Wm. Wicklohas retired romJenma,
whee he as bms attending thef e tioa
of his ice plant.
J. D. Cannichal will do the plumbing
for the new C. M. Chritbe ho on
north Ridgewood.
Mrs. Dr. Ores of Iowa is with her
daughter, Mrs J. B. BHinky of this city
for the Summer.

C. A. Steel sailed Monday for New
York. He expects to spend some time
in New York State buying up potatoes.
Herbert Thompson is occupying for
the present a position in the insular di-
vision of the War Ilartment at Wash.
ington, D. C.
The officers and members of the B. Y.
P. U. wish to hereby express their thanks
to the committee who had in charge the
arrangements for the basket supper and
no faithfully carried on the neceumary
work. Also to the friends who helped
with the work or contributed to its wel-
fare. Also to those who assisted in ar-
ranging and rendering the program of
the evening.

Step the conh nd Works o the Cad
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25"c.

No BamiSS ia mesi a @55 gemW1ata1
- -"-I -- |

AN QRDINANCE Regplating the Care of Chia-
aims and Fl e I the City of Daytema.
Be it ordained by the Common Council of
the City of Daytona:
That on complaint of any property owner
or citizen It shall be the duty of the Marshal
to examine the stove pipes, flues and chism-
neys of any house that may be considered a
source of danger by fire, and report to the
If front the evidence in such Marshal's re-
port the Mayor shall deem such chimneys, or
stove pipes dangerous he shall notify the
owner or occupant of the house to remedy
the same within twelve hoursora reasonable
time thereafter, during which time no fire
shall be allowed In stove, fire place, connect-
ed with such flew or chimney and if not done
or if fire Is made in said stove or fire place as
prohibited said owner or occupant shall be
liable to a fine of not more than fifty dollars
or less than ten dollars and costs, or to inm-
prisonment not exceeding thirty days and
the Mayor shallorderthe alteration inadeiat
the cost of the owner.
Passed on first reading July 14, IPt2.
Passed on second reading July K,. HlA2.
Passed on third reading Aug. II, 1u1E.
Approved Aug. 12 IU r i.
C. I.. mintl i
Attest: Acting Mayor.
J. W. WiI.KIN. N, 'ityV Clerk. M-l:i

Bal. on band Aug 6........$5253.35
Current bills were examined, audited
and ordered paid, after which the board

Notice is hereby given that the following dtec.rilel lands will I. soldl at lptllis'
auction on the first day of Septemnalr. A. I.. 1902. in tlhe 'ity of Daytolta,. \oilsia
County, Florida. or so muInh thereoff as will be netft-eary to pay tie. aimoaint dlue for
taxes herein setoplposite to the mame, togV'tlher 'with I'csts of such sale nitld

& Co'st).

Uncle Sar's

M&Ail Service

reuirs physical and mental
abiity a high degree to
witlhtand its hard Mbom. The
high tension to which the
nervom system i constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef-
fect, and soon headache, back-
ache, urnaim, theuwu-L
citca, etc., develop in severe
fkm. Such w the cme o
Maid Cmrrier S. F. Sweinhart,

m Iw m a fm able SW

SH, A he P

IaI l eai e i- s tadUl Ios

L B Steuck..................W 72 ft................................................
F. H. Houghton ...........S. E. % & W. .....................................
M Pellett (H eirs) ......... W .................................... ................. ;
David Shannon ......... .lot 22, block 2, sub. of........................ 1
Robert Rains............... lots 11 & 12, sub. of........................ 2 & 7
Isaac Hopkines............. lot 15., sub. of.................................. 2 & 7
David Rains................ lot 73 & 4;. blo k 1. smai. of.................... 4;
Sidney Belton............E. of W. 0 ft. of 41 ............... I
J. F. Brice (Heirs) ....... lot 11, sub. of S. of N. ........... 4
Georgia Anderson.......lot 2, block 1. sub. of %..................... -1
Charles Jones..............lots 5 to 12, bhlwk 2. sub. of S. .......... 4
Lau ra E W all....................................................................... s
Laura E. Wall ............lots 13, 14. 15 &................................ ,;
Laura E. Wall............ W. 15 ft. lot 2(IanI lots 21,24& 2....
A. B. Smithi.................. lots 1 & 4 to 12, sIub. of E. % ............ 11
J. W. Howard ............. lots29&3l). ablock2. Wall'ssiub.ofl part...
Isaiah M. Colyer.......... E.%lot23 blowk l.Grw'ne'sstlb of part...
Marie Haywoo .......... lot 13:. block 2.g;reene's mlsub.of pat ......
Annie Jordan............lot 17. block 2. ireen'ssub.h of part........
Julia Watson.............. W 50 of E 139l ft. lot -. bl'k 4. Grte.ne's
sub. of part.. .......
J. H. Williams ............. lot 9. ellock 4. (Grene' stib. of part.......
B. S. Fairelotlh............ lots II to 16. bl'k4. (Greene's mulb.of part.
B. S. Faireloth............lots l & 2, bl'k .5, (ireene's sub. of part......
Alex. Berry (Heirs)......lot 3. Iblck .3,4ireene.'s sub. of part.........
Richard H. Jones ........lots 1.3& 1t, bhlok 3, (;reene'ssub. of part
J. R. Fteem an..................................... .......... ..................
Adelaide Robertson....W N. ................................... 13
H. V. Bracey...............132 x 165 ft. E. side Beach st. olsmite,...lI
Sallie Sm ith ...............\W -5 of E. I ;t ft ...................................
Robert Bassa..............lot 4. block 2. soid. of.................I........... 4
George Edwards.........lots .3 & 6. block 2, milub. ,, of....................... 4
S. P. Singleton ............ lot 4, sub. of W. ....................................
Chas. P. Miller............lot 61. sub. of W. %...................................
Rebecca White............ lots s & 9, sub. of W. .......................... 7,
Page Stillman.............. E. 33 ft. S. of canal ................................. ;
kidney Jones............... W ......... ........ ..................
ebecea Mo ley.........W 50 ofE 200of )ft .........................
Frank Johnson...........E -0ft.........................--............................ 4
Jennie Robert............ W 75 of E 125 ft ...................................... 4
Geo.Cummings(Heirs)W 14.3 of E 268 ft. & E 50 of W 10 of
M 1A ll, ft & W-.0 ft

7 : 8.014
14 (;.7.-,
2t; 1.71
2 1-*.22
2S 2.:t4
2-S 1.22
2M 4.2:t
29. 1.71
:31 .7o1
31 2.:tl
:tl 1.71
49 t;.77,
34) 12:.3
5>2 2.17

7,:1 1.71

5:1 1.31
53 2.K7
3:1 6 .7.1
3:1 2.!7
-i:5 7.4"
'53 5.491
f;l 4.2:3
74) .95,
71 4.2:1
71 2.:t4
71 1.4f;
71 1.71
71 2.97
71 .:,-7
71 2.97
72 .!3-,
72 1.71
72 1.O

VltaltyJt a poor a m miwder
boAer aSi ta oe to run d .lm
Proua poor blood I blood ht

iom s an antldoe for
beth poor and ip blood, for it is
both a balDaer porp er -a hood
and a mende. It the ebt amebi-
Natie of the tind haea to medical
ademce, and i ts success for maly half
acmntuy aas led to N emtdormint by
tommand of medical men who hae
been unable to find a substitute.

Dr. Harter's

Iron Tonic

will, yure yood aaestte mraom flmm
maleYr m. M rheaUl I a= i
few of hm: he grMas evil the gMrases
gr.a i s th genea wae ni a h

.7stm. D l alsroia Iaop. ma o 1 vMM.y
fdlam sseeti
19stsmon0als we.have med. :
"I cmmmi( erlaf Dr. Hrers aie Tmas
-t After ealu" theania ail w I tmy
wr. aad my umnR healtwanme d-.
1has no eal, and lmI s a ewrmel seuemeda
wmoaa of the nyo0ma ppod-nd byWw
ambed blood. Marga t ae.
No IlSeema Ave.

every hetle 9 Dr. Bw-
tar's IM hiow
S the label. Doea'st aWept a
subsetituts- aitoa Dr. B arMa
AMade y by
MNaen aiso D fDr.dim ed'sWTiad.
g lOb M U kXe -TDr.

This July nL A. D., Mi -

(First pub. Jly ; "Ati

of Robert D. Cowan, s
hereby given to all creditors
tributees mad all permms i;it=dl w
having claims against the etate of obert
D. cowan, deeseed, to premestt the Sms
duly authentIlcated to the underad
within two years from this date or the same
will be forever hiarred
Administrator with the will
annexed of Robert D. Coan.
This July 17, MI.

0l1, LAWt 0? FWORIDA.
Notice is hereby given that John B.
Hinhky, purchaser of Tax Certiflcate No.
NK, dated the Jrd day of July, A. D., Un$, has
filed said certificate In my omlee, and has
made application for tax deed to Issue In
accordance with law. Said certifcate em-
braces the following described property
situated In Volusia county, Florida, to-wit:
E Lot BIk si, M.& C. Holly Hill. The
als land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate In the name of
Lucinda E. Gllnes. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will Issu thereon on the 2td day of
August, A. P., IWL.
A Witness my official signature and seal
this the Ith day of July, A. .it.
Clerk Circuat Court of Volusla County, Fla.

(First pub. July 19; last Sept. 6-4t)
The undersigned having been duly ap-
pointed administrator of the estate of
Arthur Forest, deceased, late of Volusia
county. Florida, notice is hereby given to
all cr.dltors, legatees, distributes and all
persons Indebted to or having claims against
the estate of Arthur Forest, deceased, to
present the same duly authenticated to the
undersigned within two years from this
date or the same will be forever barred.
Administrator of the estate
of Arthur Forest, deceased.
This July 17th. IMt.

- .- I First pub. July 2M; last Aug. 16-40)
Netke of A1 lsr. I Tax DIOl Uider
Henry L. Shattuck of Shellsburg, Scti m Of C mr Laws ,et PliMa.
iowa, was cured of a stoma-hi trouble Notice is hereby given that R. J. Bishop
with and Benjamin F. Ward, purchasers of Tax
with which he head Iwen affliot for Certificate No. 112 dated the 2nd day of July
years., by four boxes of Chamberlain's A. D., lam, have filed mid certificate in my
Stomlnlht andi Liver Tablets. lie had office, and have made application for tax
ivr medi deed to Issue in accordance with law. Mald
e-violy trie1 many otherrem certificate embraces the following described
ainl an ninils-r of plctiyniiani without re- prope'rtysituated in Vouslacounty.Florida,
lief. For sale by all druggisto. to-wit: SMl of tnwt1 of seli of nel4 HSec. 12
TI 15 Range 0 acres. The said land hIeng
Sasstsed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate In the name of R. J. Rummer-
$64.70 ville.. Unless aid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will Issue
thereouton the f2th day of August. A.1D., )i1.
To Witness my official signature and seal this
the 2Ath day of July, A. D. 1) .
California. zetuarn tSAM-L 1.IJORDAN,
California aRet ar in'lerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Florida

Via L.40,N. R. R. (First pub. July 28; last Aug. 16-0 i
First-.lass round trip tickets from NOTI('E OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
.Jacksonville on sale August I to 9. Cor- TER eME, LAWS OF FLORIlA.
n spoi nling rrate-s from other points. Notice Is hereby given that E. N. Waldron
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Wl1, dated
Tickets good going oilne way and re- the:rd (lay of July, A. D., 41). has flied said
touring another. Favorable stpov certificate In my oce, and has made appli-
tmrmaimhg .tllInthrr.T lvrle. slop-over cation for tax deed to Issue in accordance
arrnitgeitenits. Fitnill limit Sept. :io. with law. Maid certificate embraces the
following descjiheld property situated in
Volusia county, Florida, to-wit: L,ot 5 Hub.
Iof lot M BIk 2m Daytona. The said land being
assessed at the date of the Issuance of sueh
certificate In the name of Mrs. E. Chisholm.
R11 'NI) TI1II' I.ATFS TO SEVERAL I'Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
I'oINi'S WI'ST & NOrTHIWEST. on the 2tIh day of August, A. D., 1mtlt.
Witness my official signature and seal this
l he lth day of July A. P., fIlat.
Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County, Florida
For full iminf orimat in address.
.1. M. FAII<.;. Au Ordlmamc la i*elation to
l'hlorida Pal'ssengef.r Agen't. L. & N. .It .. Dogts rFoo d Wsithia i Ciet
.ln:.ksoinville,. Flu. Limits of Datvoaa, /ia.
Ile It ordained by the Common Council of
the City of Imvtona:
S.ectIon I.v o dog, male or female, over
(First puli. .Aisr. 2; last Aueg. 2:1.) two months old shall be allowed to run at
... .. Ap.ic.tio f. T-_ Deed under large on the streets or thoroughfares of the
.Notie of Applicatio for Tax Ced ue ity icf Daytona unless previously licensed
..ct..n .. i 48. "7 .... .Ia. "nma wearing a collar with tag attached
Ne\t i.e. is hlere.Iv given that Miles Ite- Iteatriig sanulher and yearly date of license.
vels, plrchnhasr of Tax (ertilicat ".~-. I ." license to lihe City Clerk who on the receipt
15S....ilatel I le .7t I y of J.une A. D. of one dollar foria male dog and five dollars
l '.9. lhats iled' said verliftitcte in mny of- for a female dog and twenty-fivecents addl-
tice., aiini has imadle appuj|lie'ation for tax tional ase cerk'sfee, shall issue a city dog
1 t1ilice'ase, which shall be dated, numbered and
e to isse i it w. run for one ,year fro the first day of Oct-
,Suil e .'rtilniate 'illrusra.e's tlw followiiig mcdIsr in each year. Under this ordinance a
les'cr'il'-l property situatefel in Vol imi ia s ly fetminle dog shall le licensed for one
dd, dllitr per year provided a Hatisfa'tory cer-
e.oit)*.y. IFl,)rida. tio-wit: I ot 2-. *Sttol ti flaet Itpr,.seita toelerk showing such
25. T'I, 15. I.Italisn :12, I;ac e' .s. Thil ftemlale dog to lw spnyed.
sid Il il;i.-ss.| ;|a tihe date o ef '-c. 3. All dogs notoriously thelving, des-
tsael id si i.4 e 1 f ti te it- the tructve- of domestic fowls, eggs or animals.
tila- iss.l ,e eef .., f'h trit 'ttt ill tie Ihimger.usfor itlng propensltlesoraggres-
Imillite .\. A.... rnet t. I il",ss sa id cer- sivetie's. shall le' kept muzzled by the
tifchte -.hIll |.* leIIr. ;r SIIae liills. lie n ne i-reseldetats sam InK through
I;,V Xt;l x .Ii will e issl*. ill.-IreI.n ti tw cits wilh th eir dogs sha rnot K. subject
:314 Ilyv if) S A'It. A. I>. 1 !M.)2, t Witse' s n.i olte-i.al sii.rm;atir amiwall .s i .e. 4. A sub-lpsound shall bw established
ti' Il. 'Ii la e .i rst A. 12. M v y l*e -nim orr ind he' city marshal shall
t ih- 1!t. l-it i. ,,of .iuiist A. I). I1H2. hilmpoundl therein nil unllcenise or unmuz-
S I'. 1>.I ..hOtIIAN. i zlsed lts whlihl this ordinance requires to
/e'l'k il r.ianit ( mtI'It. Volssia 'lllltv.i bi licensed or mu.uzze ih '( or without the owner in thlie city limits.
r1" "*.- M.c.5. For allowing a dog to run at large
unlmliMensel or unamuzzled contrary to this
Ordinance the owner of same shall f' liable
to fi e of not less than one dollar and not
L osley ,,re-" than five dollars at the discretion of
Ul ~the mmayor, If sthla party is found guilty,
L o sIey eil ting i ei Mayor's 'Court.
T it I Mece,.. When the marshal shall Impound
f l,.. If t he owner Ist klowan, the nimarshal
T u 40 40 1 a shiill.after eotniplalnt bVy ilm lamade, arrest
I or sulllnulis the ,owner to appear le the
Mayor's courtt and answer 'a charge iof
breach of t his ordinance.
k .'. 7. .fter three dllys the Inlmmninled
Stler shall li' killled Iy the marshal unless
t jPOOL Ag A the owner shall lice ,e the saine or muzzle
the, sa1meIf onItrlal l-eforet heMivour thied.g
~& T T T T AI lsfound to require. nmuzzhle Iy'this Onil-
san <-e. W Ith e' I i sisesilt etf Ilhe cWaaer i 'ny
1RIT J TA RD peRD nmrs) ai1 Iths'ly tietI'.n fee' and coest ofi
prto'eedlngs amad save the life of the dog amnd
reRceive the' istame, fromn thin tmarshial.
RVI S Se c.K. The' fees of the marshal under this
ordinance shall h.e:
For Inmpeounding tr5 cents pe'r hendI.
For fee'lilngK cents per day per hiead.
Feor kill ng amnd burying 'iscents per head.
Me',.9. All previomIs ordinances or pmirip
lHot llunches serve.l at all hoIurs. tff ordlenanes relating to dogs in the 'r ily
are' hereby rep -aled.
Ovster ste'\ s a ss'iatlty. Pased first rending June 9th, ar2.
-- i'a~e.'d third rending July 14tlh. I'.t.'.

A Bad Breath ^"r'W.W LKINCON.
So <('1ty Clerk.
V01A(setoef iln tih, ground thai the purpom- of
A bad breath means a bad hse ordiinane..'is1not effected. uro
stomach, a bad digestion, a h. ,' lsA ngMior.
stomach _+ 1 0 = rf-Jlyt !,. N1.`2 IM-4.t' over Mayor's v,-to.
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are 'EI'w.;,iIAltRi. c s'
liver pills. They cure cor- Atet: IK s. pro teNnofu i.
stipation, biliousness, dys- Clerk.
pepsia, sick headache.
2ps -. he dichts. IFirst pub. Aub. 2; last Aug. at-tre
2~."-. 'I :u??tt. Motto..

SWant yo.r ,nt, ut.wu'hl, 'r Ie:artl a beautiful Notlel- r14hereb y glven thatil the ulder-
S,.,..ir'r a rich s I, .sig i (tiuarIllan f Mary Brcha aHd Ruth
I 1, AlLIrrJti~ih | -" ,.- ,., I hilhit. Minors will on the first clIv ..
I 1 111111V l U~lfll AIr,1190 ff l" V C ,for tI I .... I...nre f



Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker -s

loors and Windoew Sereins, Pic-tulre
Moulling s imadetil to order. .ll kindls of

th-Hon.J. e t McCrory, (ountyV JUtl. ire
V il sia cf ty, Florida, for leave to s1ell at
at lorivarte'.4t,. the intire.st of mid muiffers ii
ti" following property sit uated it I til
Cemnty of Volusla and State of F'lrila,n and
de'e'ril"ed as follows, to-wit: lot nuutull'r
three (:Il in Bltk nul br two 12) on iit plot
mad shnrvey of iot oun t I ,Sectihon three 3).
Township sixteen f16,, Skuth, Range I hirty-
three I:M. east. which plot and ( survey wias
,i,. ..lby J..W. lIouglassIn Masreh Ihe-2, and
re'erete~d in 14,~d Book 1",.', Page 5 con-
titliiing one anti thirty-six upe "hundrelths
S1.:1;) ucres, more or h.es.

Oeeiat sOhl ,b I


Daytona Ic
WM. WmXue, Nameli


Made from Distiled War

Factory open from 7 to 12 tdmi

'Phone 48

Volesla Av mwm ma

Mention this paper and m d
Price List.
Winstom nDm C.
Winston, N. C.
Lowest Price Whiskey Homw -

Residence and office, northeast or~
Ridgewood and Vohlsia areams.
*Phone 89. Daytona,

Ocean Hous
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.
RateN $2.00 per Day and Up
Special to Regular Boarder


,w an am go"

A .9'

I Daytona Tdephmn

SConnections with DeLand. Holly
Hill, Ormond and Moundgrove.

I)Leand, Florida.
Will practice in State and FederalCoartfa








is all that is nOcessary.
We will do tie rest. .
Tli daily output of our ovens eonsI&
of all varieties of
and a great variety of pies, cake aai
The excellence of of each article is dnB
to the fan,.t hat ... .. .......-. n ar


fAg' u-wi


T f"% V




* *** he htr
ft bo*- o

the barber, has bought
le soumhofdo the Dapsist
expects to teal a large
Sot soon.DL Mrs. Morgam
bom in the beAd-

,k Jordan ha recorded the
ever recorded in Vol.
kilw 0 $80,000,000 aad
property of the Atlantic
Ry., ineludingall the plant By-
.o's. property recetly ac-

bH pamhlet from of58 page, the
dr wonr being about 71.000.
is to be renoedo d In every
H k which the Atlantic
sla iNothCarolina, South
eouw.lh, Alabama and Flori-
stotalo 4 are $98000. The
gives to the United State.
of New York.-DeLand

wd be *ve editors in the next
as follows: H. H. McCreary
J. C. & Koosee of .Sumter,
ahmoan of Pasco, and Alfred
eAhran of Lake. The "fourth
i eonming to the front in Florida.
News DeLand.
of rPenmylafaia will be taxed
mAlion for the maintainance
oi the soldiersaent to keep or-
the strike regions. Is not this
podOathat t pubi has an1

in evidene? Mut not
law tae cognizanee of con-
R ~ may so wofully attack the
teMasry ?-Times-Union and Citi-

ht at this time and in
T tieb forerunner of ma-
Sto to yawn, and an
lout ei g even come before the
Surbime. by its prompt stimula-
i ona the liver, drives the minal-
out of the system. p.rinfe tihe
tae up the system and rWstores
K satJ. IL. Joam.

esmtlegbey aminlg mistakes
beenmaie by even the most prae-
sll I tB desire to carry
i -MtM wt mean. OOoneU
a O n dematin qosecIn Coondlia-
wa tso bli followers that if
3|W n Jose to Irealnd were

m" wm he Came back he
^|I|my. ^IAM ym fW rq npl nowr

S berlin's Colic, Cholera and IDiar-
Imihm esa world-wide reputa-
ifctsem. It never fails and is
am d eeto take. For sale blv

Y a5 d, a Pue*s*.
am two ways," said a bird
I mgcblnag a parrot to talk.
My ft 0to put him In a darkened
& n In a corner and to repeat
,war w q the bowe Yu
aa tom be aqiee P marrOt

X- aB I*uerra ear. me people
I S -r iddr a a weU Ubted
Jhra ateL. the hou -
r Ws -eA repeat-I

er tiekad a door.
1t n gemE. becmau in
Wagt's attention Is dis-

UoIr, a prominent phy-
S Colambia, in a recent
"L st March I had an a
*.,eong lady rixteen years of
hwba very bad attack of dys-
b.'ything I prescribed for her
hosltaundadhe was growing
eey or. Her parents were
would die. ine had beconm e
thecolMd not turn over in led.
do at this critical moment was
or me, but I thought of 'hani-
a Colic, h olera and Diarrhbea
ad asalast resort prewcriled
most wonderful result was ef-
Mthin eht hours o lme was feel-
bet r lnside of thrive days she
aadat the end of on-
entirely well." For sale by

t *e 0reamtioe'. rSMo to
K te I..e K .
t no well meuing poet was
Nei M taken by surprise than was
a gentle and mild mau-
Wveh dramatist of the seven-
7 who was one day ar-
frig h treason as he was
eating his dinner at a viU-
SIumed of the Inn where he
B te hait of dining discovered
Ab -ta piece of paper on which
Wula mome unintelligible
Sad below in a plain, bold
M.an I will kill the king."
bIklrald comnulted with the chief
Clearly this clew to a con-
seat to be followed up. The
ad left the maper had al-
remarked for his absent
Iuaimtg eye. That man was
&Wf Of police Instructed the
Itm sia for bim the next time
thtreV was shown the evi-
i hme frgot the awtul
aat aU n &ezalmed:
I gla d towe that paper.
b a erjy Iw be for Itm It
a. ta udyt I am writing. It
i= at m r b W whiled,

Sf-m a, T Seet BNstle
Saralmb "the god beetle of the low.
r MNe." bha been worshiped, petted
ad feared by several benighted sects
of lgypt since the time "when the
alnd and history of man runneth not
to hecontrary." Like the other sacred
features of Idolatrous countries. se.
Oral mythical fancles are woven around
this entomological rarity.
The number of its toes, thirty, were
supposed to symbolize the average
nmber of days In a month. On each
new moon day it deposlted a ball con-
talning 300 eggs. which the Egyptian
priests assured their followers referred
to the number of days In the year, the
brilliant golden color of the ball itself
personlfying the sun. In ancient times
this curious beetle was declared to be
of but one sex. the male. but modern
Investigation has exploded that one
myth at least.
In connection with the gypt an na-
tiona the Gaoeticl as well as some of
the early Christian fathers aqpak of
Christ as the searabteas and symbollU
him as a man with a beetle's head.
The Egyptians always embalmed this
sacred Insect.

A Cu". eu Chelsea Imfatemm.
"Lant May," says Mrs. Curtia Baker,
of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child of
our neighbor's was suffering from cholera
intantum. The doctor had given up all
hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them
I felt sure it would do good if used ac-
cording to directions. In two days'
time the child had fully recovered, and
im now (nearly a year since) a vigorous,
healthy girl. I have recommended this
retsnedy frequently and have never known
it to fil in any single instance." For
male hy all drugiosts.

The mammfacesre ef Pins.
In 1775 a prize was given to the
colonist of Carolina who produced
the first native pins and needles. Dur-
ing the war of 1812, when. owing to
restrictions upon commerce, the price
of pins rose to the enormous sum of
$1 per paper, the manufacture was
actually started in the United States.
but does not seem to have met with
success, as the enterprise was soon
abandoned. The Industry was not fair-
ly started in this country until the
year 1Jki.
The early pins in this country, as In
England, were made with globular
beads of fine twisted wire, made sep-
arately. and secured to the shank by
compression from a falling block and
die. These old pins had the misfor-
tune of often parting with their heads.
It was to overcome this difficulty that
the attention of early inventors was
directed. The solid headed pin. in
common use today, took tihe place of
the old form about 1840.
Couldut "Kid" Him.
"Hlave you known what it is to be an
orphan?" asks one of the characters in
the "Pirates of P'enzance." and anoth-
er replies. "Often." The similarity be-
tween the two words causes almost a
page of good Gilbertian fun. It would
have been otherwise if either of the
characters had happened to be an av-
erage London boy.
The tale is told of a London boy on
his country holitLay who was asked by
a carter to hold one of his horses,
"Which 'erse?" asked the lad. "The
off 'un." said the driver. "Horphan,"
said the boy. "How d'ye think III
knows which of 'em's a borphanil
Garn. you don't kid me." And that;
closed the Incident.-London News.
Ot eOf Prepertelm.
Benham-I try to believe the Bible,
but I find that story of the ten virgins.
five of whom were wise and five fool-
ish, a little perplexing.
Mrs. Benham What's the matter
with that?
Benbam-Judging from the women I
have known. the proportion of foolish
ones was altogether too small.-New
York Times.

Physicia and Drwagaists.
FordI & Sturcon, a proinsient drug
firm at Rocwkv Hill Statiosi. Ky.. write:
"We were rvtlUested b1y Dr. G(. 1. Snigle.y
to wend for Hlerbite for tlwe io.neflt of our
custoniers. We onrderfl thnv deloten in
Ihaemnl-r. and we an-re glad to tay. lHer-
hine Ias given su11h gre-nlt saitisf:u-ttioni
that wee lsnve duplia;ite.d tis ondler tlso','
tithe'. amnd toditay we gave' y oir sailes mn;n
anotlwer order. We letr to, siay lr. (. It.
Snirilev take- pileaslin' ill r-'-' simiseenlding
Ilerliitie. 3.50 lofttle' at .1.M. .melose.


Thedfod's Black-Draught has
saved doctors' bills for more than
ix ears For the common fam-
ily ailment, c an cotption,
indigeution. hard colds, bowel com-
plaints, chills and fever, bilious-
ness, headaches and other like
compl-;n* no other medicine is
a-eos-ary. It invigorates and reg-
ulates the liver, assists digestion,
stimulates action of the kidneys,
parie the blood, and purges the
l 0of foRl cumdnlionl'. It
cem liver complaint indigestion,
sour stomach, dimness, chills,
rhlematic pans, sideache, back-
ache. kidney toubles,. onstipatio
diarrhta biliousness, haprd, .a
oolds ad headache. dr
Othas Thedford's Black-Ilarght
n 25 cent packages and in mam-
moth sine for iLD. Never accept
a substitute. Insist on ha' ing the
made by the Chattanooga

is onhutMA dica neat4E k Is

A stte Rule b Whgiehk Dolsagm ms
the emsle Om s.
A great many persons flatter them-
selves that they are able to tell a gen-
aine Persian rug from a spurious ma-
chine made one by touch, but in this
they deceive themselves. The best and
surest way to tell a genuine from an
knitation Persian rug is the following:
If one will look closely, one will ob-
serve that in the genuine Persian rug
the intricate and complicated pattern
or design is not altogether symmetric-
al, the.corresponding flowers, vines or
geometrical figures of one side being
a little out of line, larger or smaller
or not meeting and pointing with fig-
ures on the corresponding detail on the
opposite side of the rug. This is owing
to the fact that In hand weaving it is
impossible to obtain perfect symmetry
of patterns, especially when the de-
signs are as complicated as they are
on Persian rugs. On the other hand.
let one examine closely the machine
made rug, and one will find the most
perfect symmetry of pattern, so much
so in fact that the design looks post-
tively rigid and harsh. This a pretty
safe guide, and if observed one will
seldom mistake an imitation for a gen-
uine Persian rug.
Cultivatins Glsner.
Ginger is made a matter of scientific
culture in Jamaica. It is propagated by
cutting up snall pieces of the root, and
If possible, rich. cool soil from recent-
ly cleared woods Is selected for it It
Is a great Impoverisher of the soil and
grows so luxuriantly that in a short
time a little piece of root will spread sa
as to produce nearly a pound of new
roots. The sets are planted in March
or April and get to their full growth
about September.
The roots are dug usually in Jamaica
In January or February. They arc
washed, exposed to the sun until thor-
oughly dried and packed In parcels of
about a hundred pounds each. In order
to dry them more rapidly they are first
scalded In a little copper pot in order
to destroy life, of which the roots are
very tenneious. White ginger anI
black ginger are from the same roots.
the difference arising from methods of
curing. Roots for sugar preserving are
dug while quite young, before the
stems are more than five or six Inches

Neitewa Child Life.
Mexlean children high aind low are
exceedingly fortunate in being treated
almost uniformly with the greatest
kindness and affection by their par-
ents. From Ianlbyhood they have an ex-
cellent understanding with their eld-
ers, respect and affection on one side,
affection and tenderness on the other.
No Indian is too ragged or dirty to
kiss the hand of Isis tattered old moth-
er with the grace of a lord. This hab-
it, with the real reverence of which it
is the outward and visible symbol, is
commenced early in childhood. An In-
dian, even drunk, does not abuse his
family. Assisted hoine 1by a friend on
either side, whose condition is only a
few degrees better ltha his own, he
sits on his doorstiep. the one entrance
to the single unli;lhted root consti-
tuting his dwelling, and contemplates
life with maudlin good nature while
the children and dogs play around him
and over him until hlie falls into drunk-
en stupor.
Syrian Asphalt.
Asphalt is found nla the provinces of
Syria on the banks of the Dead sea
floating on the surface of Its waters.
Through the action of earthquakes the
asphalt has been torn from the bottom
of the sea and driven toward the shores,
especially to the east. The narratives
of the Greek and Roman historians to
the effect that asphalt as small islands
was upheld by the salt water and driv-
en over the surface of the sea are with-
out doubt true. This asphalt and gen-
erally the oriental or Egyptian is pure
and expensive and unstled principally in
the manufacture of a certain kind of
varnish, but for general purposes, ow-
Ing to its brittleness as well. Is useless
In the asphalt industry. American
Asphalt Journal

He Got the Guineas.
A pretty story is told of an English
nobleman whom his barber left half
shaved and in a great hurry. His lord-
ship thought the man was mad and
sent to Inquire after him.
Hle returned In person and thus ex-
plained himself: "I was not mad, my
lord, but the sight of that heap of
guineas on your dressing table and
the remembrance of my starving fam-
ily so affected me that if I had stayed
another minute I should have cut your
"I am glad you didn't do that." said
his lordship gently, "and by all means
take the guineas. I won them at the
gambling table and should doubtless
have lost then there."
By Proxy.
"What I object to," said the young
woman who wants a vote, "is taxa-
tion without representation."
"If it's all the same to you." said the
young man who is too bashful to pro-
pose directly. "I should be only too
happy to represent your sentiments at
the polls at every election."-Washing-
ton Star.
A Wife.
Benedict-Give me a few pointers on
how to manage a wife. old chap.
Meeks-Cau't, old l.oy, but I can give
you no end of advice on how to be
managed by a wife so that you'll think
-. ..... .. .. .II Af

PrLLmu & &ra, Proprietors.

Rdeiber Tire Carriages Flue Horses Carol Drivem
We are well equipped for "Straw RideA." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Bose meet all Vina and take pisenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27

0 PPerft

illie Jr, & 110,

The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in I)aytona. Prescriptions com-
poundedl by lRegistered Pharmacist only.

imery and Toilet Articles.
I PINE TAR OOUtH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.

Beach Saewet. 'P 49 40 49 %F DAYTONA,.W160AID3A



Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices anid Y rds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager


It's all Florida.
Why buy imiiKrte l EigtrI. nlade. from 'heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium
andl other diuigs. Vlwhen vyou e:it have time pure Florida leaf at a five-cent price?
BItx of 23 ........."I......... 1.HFREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
Box of 3(5 ................*1.731

S. W. ROWLEY, b.",^, "'

I1. 1n. GODWIN, Proprietor




ALL M@3.RN cmwunow CWU
3.aa~A~I Im mil


Af tandl Fr Mattress
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stow@.
Your Old Furniture Made an Good lfM
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. iaytos, l

E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MeCClelam bdweaw. Maamaem.
Mouldings Scrot Sawing, Turniug, Inside
Colonial ('lumno, PorchColunmad
Work and Wood Y&d. Pulley&Made to Order. PhoneTO.



Has a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toi,&t Articles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted profmsionally during busine
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. In.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

Trowell's xpreass O Baggage Line 0

R. F. TROWELL. Proprietor.

Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.

Telephone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

I Fresh fleats.

: We now carry a full stock of fresh

nmeats, in h aec ion with Groceries.


Ie-Slein midGuni: emeral Blaekimnithsing

Near Itbondml lnser Yard,

Daytona, Fla.


Saw and Planing Mills
a ni iinrv m ,l.m.-p Il to furnish all kinds of







Gasoline Stoves

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities.

A Ful Line at


you are nthe nianiager.-Duroou. yn ,i.
StF Milk. i'1":1"....... Fresh Itutter. per po ndl ..........IN.
Uonest. r Ie ('rr-i |-,inis;l t......0)01. r Itutteir Milk, I'rr quart.. -.
"Is be honest.'"
longestt Why. sy. I don't believePrompt livr t An Part of the it at An Time.
that man would cheat an Indian out of l'riit i.iv t '.t i th 'ty at Any Time.
his reservation if he Ihad the chance!"
-Chicago Post. .

4,,,:,,,,:,,S,. THE GAZh eiI'E-NEWS WILL BE
"My2w'%;if, NO,!I.,.suffrimg live years SENT ON TRIAL FROM NOW UN-


Longe' Old Stand.

'Phone 19.

* ~Cosmow 110ChkStw..t and Socoand'Awenue..

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot v

Water Heating. 4

Agent for the Ericsson


North Rld~fewood


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.
'Phone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and FF.E. 'C. Ry. (W-st of l'. sti.ime..)

-I --

(Formetrly the Ge;n.va)

Centrally it ocated.A r

Moderate Rates. G. M. EATON

Strictly First Class. 1 M-

C. EN.uth Is n 3

I -

CtSavannah Une."

New York. Boston and the Bast

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial EzprMes teamnhips.
Sailings from Savannah

To New York. nmkinr ,-l.-' ,,nil',tions with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Uim All tik,.t a int :t;P -n,.llij.' with monthly railing schedules. Write for
genenml informal ion. -aili n N-4li-4hlu-. st.ter)oom iwervations, or call on
WALTER II.\WKlN.. .riTneral A .rnt. 224 West BaySt.. Jacksonville. Fla.
". I.: .:Vfl;1Il. lM;mnag.r. E. T. C(HARLTON. G. F. & P. A.
N..w l'ir :.-, Nrtlh River. New York, N. Y. :-15-02
.1 W. W Il.KlNSON. .gent. Daytona, Fla.

Rlchbmond Washingtone Baltimebo
Philadelphia Belton Atllanta
Ashe vile Chattanooga Lesmyfle
ClanScnatl St. Lea Kar.ma Ctyr
Detrmit Cleveland ttPag
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The Southern's Palm Limited
The Wuehilgton, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida zprmw
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated In
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all threug
Ask for Tickets via Southers RaIlway. Csrr spdeW meHll

IL F. CARRY, FI. Pa. Agt, 10 WV. Bay St, Jad avkh.

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brn id wrml s8"ons. but their a rrival or departure at the Wimesu'Oeu is sot uumsd
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ftIEdmslma.nd Occidental Steamship Cmuewtlms at Elam&.

hno ,.e sm up im.nsaes Used Nf
eappr s Oesa mcbles.
A truly wonderful piece of mecdan-
Im s the "picking up" machine used
tn a grappling and cable boosting op-
erattons. It 1s a powerful variety of
the steam winch family, but also a
most aristocratic and elaborate mem-
ber, fitted with gear changing clutchels
patent brakes and other ingenIOs ap
pliances. To give some Idea of Its ca-
pabilitles iu dry figures It can ft slow
speed lift twenty-five tons at tLe rate
of one mile an hour or at fast speed
ten tons at the rate of four miles an
hour. Moreover. It can be quickly al-
tered and adapted to changing circum-
stances In speed or lifting weight.
AD being made ready, the big grap-
nel, attached to 700 or 800 fathoms of
chain and rope, Is passed over the bow
sheave, or pulley, and as soon as It
reaches bottom the ship Is sent slowly
ahead. Back and forward ross the
path of the cable, as polnteM out by
the friendly marking buoys, we steam.
Several Umes the grapnel catches
something, only to lose its hold again,
probably an Inequality upon the bot-
tom, although a bosun's mate mumbles
"mermaids' grottoes," but at last comes
a steady strain. Every soul on board
hangs over the bow, watching the
grimy grapnel rope come steadily up
and over the well oiled pulley. At
length the grapnel Itself appears, hold-
ing tight on to the truant.-Llppin-
cott's Magazine.
Way Day Costom a* Be=lgtm.
The most honored month of the year
In Belgium Is the month of May.
known as the Virgin's month and cob.
secrated to the Virgin Mary. In the
province of Liege young maidens have
a quaint way of predict ng their love
affairs this month. A group of girls
arrange to meet at sunrise and start
to walk through the fields until they
come to a hedge, quite unobserved
from the highway, where they gen-
erally choose a honeysuckle bush be-
neath the protecting branches of
which to perform their mystic opera-
tions. Each maiden selects three
blades of dew laden grass, the tops of
which she cuts to equal length and to
each of which she attaches a colored
silken thread. Black represents a
bachelor, red an unknown lover and
green the secret desires of the maid-
en's heart. Ten days afterward they
return to the same spot where they
left the blades growing, and that blade
of the three chosen which has sur-
passed the others in height reveals the
lover the maiden is destined to have.-
New York Tribune.
The Old Way of Pamsalu Bills.
A document found among the Duke
of Rutland's papers at Belvoir castle
throws a curious light upon the mode
of getting private bills through the
house of commons In the days of King
Charles II. The case in hand was the
divorce bill of John, Lord de Itoos, an
affair that caused a great deal of gos-
sip In its day. One of his lordship's
agents wrote in January, 10;7: "On
Wednesday last I got six and forty of
the house of commons to the Dog tav-
ern. in the palace yard at Westmin-
ster, when were present Mr. Attorney
General and Mr. George Montagu. As
soon as they had dined we carried
them all to the house of commons, and
they passed the bill, as the committee,
without any amendments, and ordered
It to be reported the next day."

Shakes That Were Shakes.
Over on the eastern shore of Mary-
land there was a man who was suffer-
ing from a severe case of "'shakes," as
they call fever and ague In that coun-
try. One morning the local physician
called on the patient and asked him
how he felt
"N-n-not a bit b-b--etter," was
the shaking man's reply.
"Your case is a very peculiar one
and hard to take hold of," remarked
the doctor sympathetically.
"Yes, th-that's so," remarked the
patient, trying to smile. "The c-case
sh-ab-shakes so I don't w-wonder
you c-c--can't get hold of iL"-Wash-
ington Post
Their Wors Staeek.
When Mark Twain was in Egypt, he
one day arranged with a friend to meet
him at one of the pyramids. The latter
engaged two old but experienced Arabs
to guide him to the place. He after-
ward complained that, although he bad
some knowledge of their native lan-
guage, he could not understand any-
thing that his guides had said to him.
"You should have hired younger
men," Mr. Clemens told him. "These
toothless old fellows talk only gum
Mabel-I suppose you have heard of
sister Lou's marriage. She's taken a
flat in Kensington.
Miss Jellus-Yes, I heard she had a
flat, but I didn't hear where she had
taken him.-St. Louis Republic.
The Pleasaoter Rout* to Rula.
"Prosperity has ruined many a man."
"No doubt but if I'm given any
choice in the matter I'd rather be
ruined by prosperity than by adversity.
The process is more enjoyable."-Chi-
cago Post.
"There's no progress about him."
"No? But be's still doing business at
the old stand, isn't be?"
"Say, rather, be Is doing business at
the old stand-stilL" Philadelphia

His Title.
"If it were customary In this country
to confer titles upon men who go In for
literature, what would I be?" asked a
conceited Journalist of his senior.
"Baron of Ideas," was the terse ro
ply. w1
S. A..I. Montgomery, Puxivo. Wayne
Co.. Mo.. write: "I have little twin
girls, whlio have ieen Iotlhered with
worms all their lives. I tried everything
to relieve then wlich failed until I used
White's Cn-ani Ve'rnifuge; the first two
does brought four worms from one of
them, the next two doses, twelve, one of
them measuring twelve inches: the other
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The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C. nnections:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston. Richmond
and Washington.
ast The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
SThe Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Muontgonmery.
Ws t/ The Southern Ry. vita SAvannah, Columbia, Ashvile
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
t Via Savannah and O(ean Stenmship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
S Via Savannah anid Mer-hants atmid Minwer Tranmpor
station company for Balt imtonr.
Via Norfolk and steamiers for New York, Baltimnore
and Washington.

To Key West and Havana, via Peninsular and O(Nidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, CapeBreton and Prince Edwards Ianhmd vian Boton and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, ]lawkesmury and Chariottestown.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. 30, to the principal reports throughout the country.
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to
go, and proper information will Ie given.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Washington. D. C.. from Dayton a $44.30, with 13 day
transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to O(.t. :1. 1,1)2. laIterhangienlle
mileage ticket good over 13.0() miles of among the principal railways in the
southern states. mtre on sale by the principal agents.
For compk'te information call on W. F. JI lift, ticket agent. or address
F. M. JOLLY, Division I'asmenger Agent, 13M1 West Bay St... Jakmonville, Florida,
Traic Manager A-st. Trnffle Manager (ien. Pass. Agt.
Wlhmingtoni. N. ('.

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Air Line Railway.


The Shortest Route.

The Bist Line.

SI)Double Daily Srvie, Incliuling Sunlihys to i
0 0
with TIIROUGIH PUILLMAN SLEEI'ERS. It is thl4. nly Line Operating *
Daily Through Pullman Car S.rvicv. l wtW en.Iha *

For furtlier information write to
A. 0. MA'DONELL. A.s.t. ;ITn. LI'.as. A.r-nt. a.I kso- nville.. l'lorida 0

1 hail is*-n troubledt1 113eari'.off :ilI il,11. .wi I 411Hist i -IIiat 11. Ili I
i4)mlstw n ds tiilick le~Iwaimh~es. N ilatn S''i) dol 111 mii'a t gi ld~N4.
Onte daity itfriend aske~ll me whatt tilt- triimblel.%%as. Welmw I tobld
him, 134' rei~-cumended Ril 'A \ 5 -STadin Ii's. Thalma I imaiig I ut .a
6m and11141after tit-hevond box4 li ~I Im--ganuto f..i-l-I S i~ .)I ftha:t I
kept mt with them. I ha1ve- ltilials ;ium 14s ''lml~~;'ill t h'. lcll.s
HO M41 vai&l -rry .1 ji:te-kilp.'(Ofi tsl iIla jim ii'. -. i-kt

At 4drug.gists.
'I'll#, Five-C enrt lmacke-t is en14 uigl m-f :ill 34m inre I *ia v us4 ~ems .
Tilt.- fatmaily 1bo t tle,641 4 I 'vit s. cointains it

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No.4- Dixie Flyver-Carries Pullman )Dra.ing Itormin I'.tfft SbL'. 'ini C'arC ,
Jacksonvill.e to St. Louis and .hJcksonville (t) Clhi.ca ,o) N it li *li.hain-.. making
direct connection at Nashville with sl 'ing .ar tis r .i iii' ill, ',nl Cincin nati.
Oiukl stolpw t following A. V. & W. satitiis: ri,\\ti,,-,Il. Hi e.r a id I"a rg4).I
Through coa-hes between Ja.cksonville and Mac.,i.
No. 2-*Day Express-Stops at all A. V. A& W. lh M -taiin'-. Makes ,lir.et <) 1-
ne'ctions for all points West aind N*rthwest, via I"th ('>i rill inlI Ma.on.
Conni -tionis tnlad at .IJa ksuonvill' with all nmtlh4l'miiun, t .-in- ,of tIi-, S'.;liantril
Air Line and Florida Eastt Coast Rys.
E. II. B.AINES,. Gen. Sup't. S. DI 1i'1'iETT. -.,n. l'a.u. AFt.


To St. Louis and Chicago

Pullmain Pl'tai'e Shl-eping 'arms from IJacksinviill. to St. LoiiSi :itinl tto Chi.:Ic ().
leaving .hIksoinville daily at I p. Im., via thsi. fat~m.oin

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243 North Beach Street.










Through tickets to New York, Philadelph- .
New Haven, New London, StoniMa6um
A LProvidence, Fall River, Boton and


at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LUIE. Three steaa.
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands 10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limiti.)
Via Plant System 315"p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line..............a.... 7:40 p. m. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
3:22 pm, making close connectIon.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc., addll.

A 220 Wet Bay 8te,
A W Y Jacksonville, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fl
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Western & Atlantic Railroad.

route of the

"Chicaio and Florida Limied" train

and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars

The "'hicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. Aulgaubg
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga. Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with PuU-.
finest Observation and Drawingroom skeepers. dining ears, etc., through wfhb-
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta A
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to rates. schedule, etc.,or for sleeper reservations, write
C. E. HARMAN. (;en. Pass Agent, E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Aha
Atlanta, ua. Jacksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri. Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charleton. S. C.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern LU
Din-vt Servi"ce Iletwe.n *
('nlling at Clhan'rlMestn Both Ways. f.
Sothboud ... .. ........ From Lewis' Wbarf,
Northbhned .. ... ..... from foot Catherine street, Jk*

Between Jacksonville and Sanford
IITE SPRING;S and Intermediate landinmgls on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
CA.II. '. C II. ROC('K
Li.ave F,()ft Catherine Stre-t, .J,t.-kso ville....... i u-ue.laysand tSaturdlay at 3.:-00 01
I-.ave. Sanford.............................................. ondays and Thursedays at 5. 0 I

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

.A .C.HAGERTY. East'n I'ass. Agt., F.M. IRO1NMIONGER, JR., A.sat. Gen.Pas.
19 State St.. New York. 2414 West Bay St., Jacksonvill,
THOS. D. HALEY, l oal Frt. Agt. C4. '. LOVELL, Ast. Fla. Supt..
Foot Hogan St., .laksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksouville.
JNNO. L. 1HOWARD. Su iwrintendent,


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