Dartona, Florida.. Auag. *8. 1902
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An't we having lots of f, though?
WANT LENGTH OF DAYP
AND INCEA8ES OF FLESH?
o to MASON &WALL get you
me mklte and tackle one
Of thos thirty pound Bas,
W 0ol you baws found
Ponce de Leon9' Fount,
W. H. EDMONDION, Manager.
119 North Beach Street
Phone 9 1
ag IdIfor some teUrns that
I S AW be am gIu fat was killing
e ar-ly wtb the rmieroeope
a Wtmi- I nim. aWsabeWL The
| a a bashed beetle, black on
wi a gray body ad
wkmlad ooome 4gbth of an
lAM. rhboagor bwdt ses to
n .nslm at the bad, kiin it
SwiNck, kiling wole plant,
Stw man Wilmer, ad where
Cur to earn their -ameand
or esterminating them;
SB adagPar irem whk h
am- to proew eactve. Joseph Pe-
.ag ke-sm to n fthues are several va-
-o dof t I theat a doing the dan-
-bwts tbas far we have not dicov-
alerm that mseeme d.agerow.N
E. N. W.
SL ad M Mm. John T1ddar of Gleucoe
"m hwa ht week visiting Mrs.
-S. m -erw, Mrs. Wa. Jones.
r.and Mrs. Allea Trowell are visit-
Aa o Ja. Parrot was glad
k by arrival of a baby
mAg Job n mha turmd bone
tainmi slti her teor, Mm.
.i n Oak HiRL Mies Emma
atsA h bead a delightful visit.
r. E oa, proprietor of Hotel La
meaFa.me Park, ame up Friday
*wad.-t b* a 4y, d the guest of
Gainmdmy Mr. Ellison m en-
M.eh n's a oop Dora to
I fthatt had arrived for
*A. A d4ad Myron, Jr., C.
LL im w eswmt down with
S-- book te doop back to-
S53. (m~ s reesenting the Ar-
wmekhingI' esmpam, was in town
mmheaa eda a (Cmp. Fouard, and
rtt & Co's. man was in
SLiriud Tuesday even
ftr mother, Mu. Jones.
Ow ww a Ifoeemn, Mr. Bailey,
bdat o l a, rand his family arrived
t ane loc-ated in the action
r.aytoa, our late foreman,
Sbb his mew house on his
RM STATE COLLEGE.
ew atalog of the Florida State
of Ta f lee -been recved.
a man bookbaofover one hundred
P ating tnrm half tone en-
of d the nME uBidlag, campus
Iteior views. The faculty appears
a parideularty strong one, the cur-
is bh and the equipment fairly
2%vT mamthree departments,
91 AMM t-raiIn schooL
tbkh s ebhool or preparatory de-
-mMma None are admitted under
*Ayeasofae li any department.
--imMaeat bows two hundred and
s eimuaeua, excluding dupliLate,.
l thme Florida countries and
An usually large ripple excitement
was created in DeLand last week
by the arrest of five negroee on a
charge of robbing Dreka's warehouse,
situated near the depot, of grain. Prom
the evidence adduced at the preliminary
trial Monday before Judge McCrory, it
appears that the scheme was a well
planned one, and prehaps may hava been
ia imoeeeful operation for several years.
If thin is the casw the loss Mr. Dreka has
sustained will run well into the hundreds
of dollars perhaps.
The egroes arrested were John Mar-
shal, Albert Tillman, Emery Baldwin,
Prince Alken and Lewis Daniel. The
chebge against Marshal was breaking
and catering against Tillman acemsory
before the fact; against Baldwin, Aiken
and Daniels receiving and conceiling
The charges against Aiken and Daniels
was withdrawn. Marnhal and Tillman
were bound over to the criminal court in
the sum of $500 each, and Baldwin in the
sum of $100.-DeLand Supplement.
One day last week Dr. MacMiarmid
was called to the Powell & Clemmens
turpentine camp in the Lake Ashby net-
tiement to attend Abe Davis who had
been shot by another negro who ahs-
wered to the euphonious and suggestive
cognomen of Kid Devil. Before the doc-
tor reached the camp AbeDavis had ex-
To the turpentine camp a few days ago
came a tramp negro naned Frank
Roundtree. Frank was a sport and des-
parado and thoroughly terrorized the
negroes. On the day of the shooting he
installed himsel, in Abe Davis' house and
threatened to kill him or any one else
who would attempt to enter. Abemade
no effort in that direction Ibut Kid Devil
approached in a few minutes. and not
understanding the situation, started in
the direction of the door. Abe who was
near by cautioned him that there was
danger ahead. At about the nanme time
Roundtree sprang from the door, and
getting Abe between him and Devil. re-
ached over Abe's shoulderand shot Devil.
At the same time Devil raised his gun.
and attempted to kill Roundtree. but
R"oundtree being protected by Abe he es,-
caped injury and the full charge entered
Abe's stomark killing him within a few
hours. Roundtrue made good his eswal e.
Devil wa arrentedand broughttotown
There will be many thousands of lioxes
of orangesshipped out of Volusia county
this falland winter. They will beshipped
from the vicinity of DeLand. OrangetCity,
from the north end of tle county and
from the coast. If normal conditions
continue Volusia will show up another
year with a fine crop. The groves will
lie in condition to yield a crop; the trees
are growing now rapidly, and in some
grove trees will be found almost as largo
as they were before te freeze.-olulia
JOHN B. PARKINSON,
Collections Given Prompt Attention.
Office with Bingham & Thomn pson.
I 7_ W
rogly Maintain that Prices do
not prove the power of a Store as
much as Quality If you shut your
q=s to Quality you can buy goods
any Price-But not HERE.
sor have the reputation of t
a you just a lte more, for we
[4aLt ou ctinued patronage ana
r ot hazard your good wll by re-
ti AA de standard of our mradwisee
-...i. ..-m __. Lr tl* lowest pi-mwible,
yoamU aaw&" m u r p w. -- -
OF LCAL IK TEREST TO ALL
Ever Parker has been quite sick with
ever for several days.
O.IDelicious home made candy at the
Gramling Bakery. Better try some of it.
pt. W.LU. MelbtUr of Miami was in
the city Saturday.
IFreah bread every morning at the
Graminling Bakery. It's good, too.
Bernard Keller went to work fn J. E.
Rush's store Saturday morning.
1.BJargains in Ladies watches at
Prof. H. J. Farrah, of DeLand, regia-
tered at the City Hotel last Thursday
W1@"A new lot of fresh candies at
Mr. Cornova. the ice manufacturer of
Palatka, was in town Saturday.
S. H. Gove made a business trip to
1'ort Oraue Wednesday afternoon.
l..Try R)ome of those' delicions firsh
fruit pies at the Granling BItakery.
Major J. M. Bradshaw of Orlandocame
over Tuesday to enjoy the cool breeze
of the coast a few days
The R. C. church had a lawn fete in
front of the Daytona House Wednesday
li'Get your pastry at the iraumling
Bakery. 'Tis much easier than baking
your own pastry this warm weather.
The East Coast Road will give another
excursion to St. Augustine on labor day
Marion Thompson gave a bea'hl sup
per to a number of her young friends Sat-
Rev. C. M. Binghana made a trip to
Glenwood this week to visit an old ivol-
lege mate whio is there.
W. 1t. Fudger. ex-mayor of I),Landl.
and wife are taking an outing on the
beach this week.
The Orlando board of trade lhas off-
ered a prize for the le..st crate of straw-
berries raised in that part of the' state.
A correnmionilent to the New York
Packker says Wamnhula will have about
45,000 boxes of oranges this year.
The T-Pot gnwery has a inie. niw
fright truck now, built liy the llnlifax
Mi hItrockie Middileton lias Im-'n sick
for a week or no )past lht is ailde tlo I-'
about a little now.
About lifty yo ung leople, h:lil :1 "-ghl-st
party" at (iwinnetr's Tu.sda;i. li,-freslh-
melnts and ganies on thie lIwn.
Frank L. Cthrwin, Traveling Paiss.,nger
Agent of the Central of (Ge'orgia It. It.
registen'd at S.l-hmidt's Villa last l"ridaiy.
Professor T. I'. ind Mrs. KErIiningir f
Rollins College. Winter l'ark wen.v in the
city last Fridaay.
Mr. iPeters has hadl Henry tit lDorn
put down a well on his lot ns'ently pur-
chased of Mr. Kee-h.
Al.It*s alboit tinmi to think oif having
your lhoui e fixedl up. Kiost & (I\ inner
are artists in paitinting and paloi-'r-.hang-
ing-hoetter c~omnsult t heai.
T. 1'. Weis'r. of Litke May is slu-inliing
a few weeks on thie tpeninsutla taking
photographic views is a dle'vresiiion. I
is p onilmpanield by his \wife.
P F. N. Co'inrd went to oSi1n..0a Falls.
New York. thie first of thi \w.' k to ,i, S
his father who was r lpo'rtedi as langr'r-
Mrs. It. I). Cowivan hats minoved into hi'r
own liiuse on north itidge.woml and
taken Iher daughter. Mrs. Daisy Hill iand
Bertie with her.
(earge Wray and Mr-s. Wravy hfft
Thursday for New Ycork. They saile.I
from lrunswic'k via theI MANdlry I-in.'
Will and Walter C 'atint'r)n wit'ir iii uI-
yond lhee'l ('ek th- first iof the' w'eek i'-
moving somle tires that hadi fallen om
the telephone wires.
E. T. Co iradl hlis launclhdl his niew
boat built oby W. I.. Vann. It .a'rrie's a
three horse m ower ga-isoliine engine andl is
finished w ith ml iiahot)igany dilek.
For information nr.garoling 'ihe:tpi rates
to It'alifiornia and -veiral lidints West,
addn'ss.l. M. Flemiing. Florida l, assen-.
ger Agent. I. & N. It. It.. .I.-nksonmville'.
At thl mango eating icont-st at II. K.
Huge's, familiarly known as -*l' nle'
Hughie.'" Giergiana. last% w'-ek one cmon-
testeint ate 14 imange-s. Thli, rizr7 off-
erd wasl '-another illani." 1We lhaive-
eaten fruit with I 'in.-l I-l Hm i iluihi,.and
woUder if lie was thIe winner.
The iGreenwootl 'lnjeteT.%r (' C. have
now smo elmd their se.l ind ;a Ie |I-,p;an-d
to sell iots and give dee.ls. Messrs.
Binghami & Thoimlsoiin ae t h.ir agents.
Work on clearilig lots will ie. ian-
mented ill the It nea finlture.
VermIont iwiwslialir's an' vigsrou sly
supporting a sugge'io >. imadle livy oine
of their nunle-r.f that tlw Vi.rt-riniit huiil-
ing at the Worl's Fair in St. Louis in'
constructed ntind'lY c nmnirble.. ranite
and slate quarries of, that state. Int sup-
irTrry Mills' smooth ice cream
Kaolin of of the finest quality has been
discovered at Umatilla.
The Misse sMann4turned from 8t,
Augustine last Saturday.
Dr. G. E. Morden left Monday afternoon
The City Council will "exchange" the
road machine for the DeLand road roller.
The City Council held a special meeting
last Monday evening.
Sheriff Jack Turner was in the city
Rev. Butcher will preach at the Con-
gregational church tomorrow. Subject:
"What we Inherit."
fA. J. Night is putting an-addition
to Bingham and Maley's warehouse this
'Mis .Atwood has been quite sick with
a fever for several days but is now much
The Indian River band of Tituaville
gave a concert Keating's 'asino Tburs-
W. C. Day writes that he expects to
spend this winter in New York and will
probably not return to Daytona.
Miss Sarah Ilopkins left Monday for
St. Augustine where after spendingafew/
days she resumed lher journey to Iowa
her former home.
lihmidt's Villa has made some impro-
venientts this week in the way of repairs
oni the front veranda and a fence around
tlhe l tel lot
E. E. Starkey has rentedl Rev Longdon's
paronaige at DeLand and will,with his
wife andl family, o-cupy it while building
the eight room addition to the McLe*xo
house there' ,
The. "clearing liee" which met at Pine
Wood ('Cenetery last week did a nice job
4 f clearing up the shlrubh and iinderbrush
so that tie venmetary presents quite a
different face to the visitor.
SilaS llHawk enjoyed quite a surprise
birthday dinner Tuesday in, honor of Iis
tweiitietlh birthday anniversary. liHe re-
e.ived evrail nice' presents and all had
a good tine.
.lames II. Moore, whose fine cottage on
ltidelwood w has lieten closed all summer.
41t.ne,. down from Hartford. Connecticut.
last Fridaiiiy ar'ntompanied by his friend
SGeorge Nichiols. Tlwy
liass fishing now so good in our sorf.
The mayor has lbeen asked to call an
l**'t ion, t i determine whether the people
of this city desire to grant a franchise to
th. pri) pdmse'd electrict railway company
which is th construct a trolley line from
t h St. .lIltns River to laytona.
lBingham and Thompson have recently
sdil three lots onl Cot tawe avenuee toMrs
1). 4). alcomn, the IDr. Taylor lot on
itidl-wooeasl vente to IVW. II. Peters, and
NIMrs. I. I). Cowan's lot and residence
1oni Setondl avenue to Mrs. M. M. Marmh.
Tinhe Ocala iBanner reports that aJnudge
hGore. H.H Iolcomn, of California has pur-
l.hased 2:."I.N)arc.sof land near Glen and
\\ ill put fourorflveihundred i-nre of oran-
ges anidothercitrus fruit. If('alifornians
(coin,1 lien' to grow oranges it shows that
tlivy Ibelieve in our climate and ill the
siilirnir quality of our fruits.
.A 1n;tan said to lie one of the lest agri-
cuiltuiral authorities in Florida declared
tlhen-ar 3.(MM.0()00 acres in the state,
easily Cap.ilile oif producing 10(.(K00,<00
tons of vainue sugar. If this is true Flor-
ida suiigar lands should le developed.
Tlh.Iis cntryv now inqiiort.<$1."'<).
worth of sugar annually, or 2,44K),(000
tons. If l'h'oriita an pl-i)rodu inoin than
four ti ines this amount why Inot gatln.r
in s innif Ihe she-ke's now Ibeing sent
tlron adl fo4r sugar.
Last Friday evening a party of EPi-
woirth leag;ueirs calledd on Mr. andi Mrs.
Walth-r ('am.i,'ron for a little surprise in
h4nr ,f their "Ileather We dliig.n T" hle
evni.ing was very li.aMsantly simnt in
gaines aind music after which a little
leaitther soiiuvnir was prjin-s-nteell to ea-lh;
Mrs. 'llaertmi ,'veiving a neat leather
it-wk-et inik-v>ell. anal dMr. Ctameronit a nive
leather cas,- with a irl-'tnual c;Lleindar
My hair came out by the hand.
ful, and the gray hairs began to
creep in. I tried Aver's Hair Vigor,
and it stopped the hair from com-
ing out and restored the colt."-
Mrs.M. D.Gray, No. Salem, Mass.
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara-
tion as Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara-
tion. SIt.g10 ate. All dirg.b.
we A ,a0seaen ftnnt annanlT w" .
T. F. Williams and wife are at Nep-
B. A. Leach is erecting a boose at
C. 0. Smith's house at Seabreese will
Mrs. C. D. Smiley visited Oa the penin-
sula this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Brown left for New York
the first of the week.
Edwin Kirby of Palatka is at the Sea-
side Inn for a few days.
A. F. Trowel is with W. H. Fortaon's
store on the peninula.
0. S. Lanier of Bartow is visiting
with Mrs. J. A. Douglass.
Assistant Postmaster Kirby of Pa-
latka is recreating on the beach.
G. W. Carter started with a party by
teams for an outing down the coast.
Miss Gail Moore, who has been sick
for about a week, is able to be up again.
J. B. Hawk and Silas were cver to the
beach and sacrificed to Neptune Thurs-
The road to Ormond is having some
new marl put down on it just north of
0 he Blue Lodge conferred the Master
Mason's degree on W. G. Hobbs Thurs-
Miss Maggie Hawk spent Wenesday on
the beach where she expects to work up
a music class.
Mrs. J. A. Douglass moved into her
house on L'each Street near Rush's Gro-
very this week.
A. .J. Knight has the contract for the
building of the addition to the Watson
house at Ormond.
Arthur W. Whittaker of New Smyrna
was in town Thursday evening to attend
Win. Ronald expects to go to Rollins
College to begin a college course with
the opening of the fall term.
George Spaulding will occupy the
Chandler house at Blake. his own hav-
ing burned down a few weeks since.
Hladry Perkinn, of Aurora, 11l., who
has been down several weeks trying the
Florida summer, leaves for home tomor-
George H Clark and son, Neville, left
for New York Thursday. Neville will
take a short course in optics while lihe is
in the city.
The wife of W. H. Fortson with her
little daughter are now with him on
Valley street at Goodall. Mrs. Fortson
will keep books in their store.
Sealed bids will be received at the post
office up to August 30th for a new post
office. The rental is, we learn, to be the
same as now paid. Information can be
had of Mr. Jolly.
One of the features of the "Model City"
at the World's Fair in St Louis will be a
modern garbage "*destructor," one that
will destroy garbage without odor,
smoke or offence of any kind.
IIerlhert Webb of High 8prings, who
has lieen visiting his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Latubdin of the peninsula, left
Wednesday after a pleasant sojourn en-
joying the coast's sports.
The Times-Union and Citizen claims
that there is a demand for 120 millions
pineapples in this country and a sup-
ply of only 20 millions. No danger of
Cuba running Florida out of pineapples
for a while yet.
Prof. Fred P. Ensminger of Rollins
College, Winter Park, has leen visiting
the towns a!ong the coast from Miami
up In the interest of that institution.
lie has se'aured a number oi students
for thi s college year and is meeting with
co nsiderable encouragement in this vi-
The peach growers of Volusia county
have had such good luck in getting
money that they propose to increase
their acreage. They find more money
can lie made out of the peach growing
industry than an orange grove ever
paid. Then you can geta crop of peaches
within three years after planiting.-Vo-
Insia ('County Record.
Colorado will be reiresented in the
aerial ,ontents at the World's Fair by
I). M. Itodwell of Cripple Creek. Mr.
lodwell says: "My areoplane No. 3
works like a charm and has for a motor
a system of eight day clock springs, and
I have already proven that the larger
the seale oficonstruction the greater the
degree of perfection, especially along the
lines of carrying power, snmoothnues of
sailing and oleying the rudder well in a
There is a touch of gallantry not often
foiundl in thie CCongrsional Directory.
wlhrveneachmneinlwr records his autobiog-
raiphy. in the story of the life of Robert
W. Davis of Florida. He tells of his early
tt ruggles and subsequent achievements,
and in the latest edition of the Directory
adds: 'Before reaching his majority he
was married to Miss Peter Mercer, and to
her influence is due whatever of success
hie has attained. Many other members
a 1 .- _.-.I L a-. at...:_ _;-- I -- a ..
Before taking our annual inventory
set any goods in our line at a discount
FIFTEEN PER CENT.
One Dollar's Worth V
Some goods even] lower, except Buttrkk-
Patterns. Fifteen cases of new
Just arrived, but three is no reserve on em
Everything goes at fifteen per cent discount,
Rev. E. W. Butler was down from Or-
J. B. Case, the Port Orangei bee man
was in the city yesteruay.
Services will lie held at the M. E.
church South, tomorrow as usual.
I-'Lunch and hot coffee at all hours
at Mills' Quick Lunch.
J. H. Gwinner is rebronzing tlhe lock
boxen ill the postoffice.
A DeLandite unable to tell his nninw
was in Daytona yesterday courting Itc'-
g Buy a summer unit while they an-
still in season and priveBs are reduced at
Smith & Son's.
While moving her millinery stock Mrs.
Douglass pocketlxMok was stolen. It
contained a small suml of nIIIony and :a
number of valuable papers.
Edw. Fitzgerald returned Tlhursday
afternoon from his trip to the North.
Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Vandewater
will return the latter part of Septenther.
rW"Men's sumnler suits at nuc-ied
price" at Smith Son's.
J. M. Realing writer from IoSuth Man-
chester, Conn., that he is obliged to wear
his overcoat going to work. He lso
says he wears his sto-ks at night to keep.
his feet warm. Not so here.
If.Star Brand shoes and Silver andi
Gold shirts at Smith & Son.
Last Friday Rev. C. M. Ilinghani. for
the last twenty-two years pastor of the.
Congregational churhli in Daytoni. ar-
rived for a brief visit with his former
snhoolmate (and front that time to this.
his ardent friend) Mr. Ware. Mr. Bitig-
ham has other acquaintan'ee lien', all
friends. Mr. Bingham prearhedl in the
Presbyterian chunrh Sabbath morning,
and will rnmain henry for a few days. Mr.
Bingham is tlwe senior ('ongregatiminal
pastor of Florida by several years. We
hope he may Iw enabled toi roindl out
tlie Daytona lastorate to tweintvy-ive,
The Youth's Companion of lIoston
has sent a hund amnelarge National Flag
to Gen. S. Herbert Lancey, the Slicial
Aid to the Commander-in-Chief (I..\. It.,
in charge of Patriotic Instruction in
Public Schools, to lie given to the Hawks
Park mlu(oml near N-ew" Smyrna. Miss
Annie C. Hunter. of Winter Park, one of
the best te.ahei'tr in Florida., hada charge
of this school the past two years, anll
when the o 1lal flag got so it could not Ine
raised do tihe staff she. lhadvarenfnlly tack-
ed it oiln the wall of the' school room.
But the boys, wlio took ireat pride. in
raising '"Old Ginlory e~ach ornii, while
the girls salutedl it. could i hardly lie.icie
rwonikled to the.change. So the Youthls'
Companion, when it heard of Miss Hunt-
er's patriotic spirt and her pupils appre-
ciation of it, sent this beautiful new flag
to the school as a worthy tribute to its
We also acknowIe'l.' with thanks the'
re'eipt o(f 'Tenting on ith Olhl Camp
Ground." words by S. lleib,'rt Lanr,'eyv
and revised by Sidlney Ilerlbert.-Frotm
New Smyrna lrtrezie.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt left this
morning forJacksonville where they will
visit with friends for a few days.
General Manager Parrott and Supt.
(;off of the F. E. C. Ry., passed through
Daytona Thursday en route to Dade
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Brokaw enter-
tained the choir of the Baptist church
last evening. After a pleasant bour's
winging lemonade and cake were in order.
All had a pleasant evening.
DEATH OF JUDGE PRICE.
.IJlge .John W. Price died in this city
yesterday afternoon in his 85th year.
Judge Price was at one time a prominent
tignre in Repulali.can politics in this State
and was apt)pinhtd judge' of the Seventh
Judicial Cin-uit by the late Gov. Hari-
son I1ted. .Judge Price then left his
homne lien' in .-ksmonville and located at
Enterprise IVolhsia county, where he re-
sidhed fotr many years. He then went to
l~eiiienl. anld residled there three years,
and liin;illy vrturnetl to Jacksonville to
Ie w;thi his chihidr-n. Judge Price was
last ini iit at lu. 'onvening of the Cir-
,Iuit C'uilt here' in May. lie was a na-
tive oif Iturke county, Georgia, but came
In.re I-fore th!'u Civil War, and had, until
th intirtnatives of atg prevented, been
prominent in State affairs. Quiet, unob-
trusive and retiring by nature, yet be
was a close frienil anl a kind husband
and father. O(ne i- y on- thliase whlo asr-
vived tlw Civil War andiil tl dark reeon-
trutetiuon period p;ass ttway.-J.u'kson-
FUEL OIL A SUCCESS.
W. ID. itffinmn. tl. mai-hanical en-
ginii-r. whoi) transformed tle first loco-
imotive o the Floridla iEast Coast Rail-
waiy fromln a cm1 hIrner toa a fuel oil
burner, is in thi i. \it ;i gain after a fort-
niglit's ab1se1nc. In tlis,. i nation it is
unhrst mcol that thi. test (of tie oil
burner has lee-n so entirely satisfactoy
that thea road has coincludeal to recon-
struct all thelw conotivas of the system
into oil burners. The .elwapness of fuel,
ease in which steam is gotten up, and the
Several cleanliness and comfort experi-
,i1e'4ed by passengers have induced the
a.omipany to make the change.--St. Au-
It is not generally known that tobacco
is a native of Floriahi. Such, however is
tha. fa.ct. It is found growing on the rich
i.slawlns o if t he. Evrirlalaes and on the site
aof altiandoi.-d Inliain aanipi in Dade
co lntil.v. In tihe y0.ar I s9l; Mr. Rowley, of
San Milt.. a Sp.c'iil ;iTget of the land
Deplartmin.-n f th lie' Flori dta last Coast
Railir-madl. s.'iun'd small quantity of seed
at thlir.aminp near New River. Five
years oaf expert cultivation and.improve-
lni'lt ait Ithe railroi)ald co many's experi-
ment fairni has cha;ng.-d the "killikinick"
of thli Inlialls into atn excellent smoking
to.ciie., whiihr %ihetn lkended with Vir-
Vrini I.alf iimaki.s :I delicious mixture for
TheSi' Na MatcO tcolhaco menn have de-
voted much timn' and money to the per-
it... .. ..1f 1th.; t i- o, f t.alqen.,> andll :ill
- -- bessessomilmh
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bmrip m 51.50 per Tw In Advanem.
B llNoei lOe pe LimEachTime.
tmead at the Postolee at Datona,
Florida, a Seood (mam Matter.
saturday, Agust 16,1902.
For United State Senator:
ITEPHEN R. MALLORY.
For Congresmman, Second District:
ROBERT W. DAVIS.
A. C. CROOM.
For Seretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
For Railroad Commiisioners:
R. HUDSON BURR.
JEFFERSON B. BROWN.
For State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
CHARLES L. SMITH.
THOMAS J. SPARKMAN.
For County Treasurer:
J. J. VINZANT.
For County Tax Collector:
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Asmewor:
8AIMUEL B. WIL~AN.
For Board of Public Instructiou:
J. L. CHANDLER
L. E. CAUSEY
| E. F. KNAPPE.
For County Commissioners:
R. I). BROOKE
FRANK E. BOND)
W. H. McBRII)E
T. L. ROIMiERs
T. J. MURRAY.
Week beginning Aug. 24, 1902
Wedn vday..................... 1:17
Friday ............ 3:35
Saturday-..... ................ 4:37
Sunday........................... 4:20 .. 4:56
Mo da ............................ 5:14 5:57
Tuesday........................ 6:16 7-07
Wed eday...................... 72; 8:20
Th rday.......................... :3 9:27
Friday ............. 9:49 10:31
Saturday.......................... 10:47 10:26
81ppets. mentioned often in English
stores, may be either of bread or of
test. Snippets of toast are thin ob-
oiags of bread toasted to a golden
brown, slightly buttered and piled In
me or two layers, log cabin fashion,
wttlout breaking, on a folded napkin;
or the sippets are of untoasted bread
arranged on a hot plate, the juice from
toasted beef or mutton poured over.
A Weather Glaes.
A. simple weather glass Is made thus:
Obtain a glass Jar, such as Is used for
pickles and put some water into It;
then get a bottle with a long neck. If
possible, and put it in the Jar. with the
meek downward, till the mouth Just
toeches the water. When the water
ri e I the bottle. It is going to rain,
amd when It Is down fine weather pro-
S"What does this mean. daughter?
Here is another lot of milliners' and
dreasomakers' bills. Don't you remem-
ber that I expressly ordered you not
to contract any more debts without
"Certmnly, papa, but I haven't con-
tracted any debts. On the contrary,
rve expanded them."
lie Pound It Was.
Judge (to prisoner--You are charged
Mth having seriously injured your
pite by Inclosing her in a folding bed.
What have you to say for yourself?
*id Prmisoner-Your honor, I wished to
see if It was possible to shut her up.
S "I think." she said. "I should like to
marry an Imaginative man."
"Well." said her friend, spema-I
very sweetly, "what other kind et a
man can you expect to marry, if he
has a chance to see you in daylight"
Do you roast people to their face or
behind their backs? The last trick is
cowardly, the other foolish.-Atchison
KNOWS AN AUTOMOBILE
In the vacent lot on the north side of
the Ocala Banner office, there is a McCor-
kick corn husker and shredder recently
pueihased by one of Marion'sprogwremive
farmers. On Saturday morning. as the
writer entered the office, his attention
was arrested by a conversation that wa-
in progress between two of Florida's
sos. As near as can be reprodumed. it
was about am follows.
"'Sy, neighbor. what air that thai
"Why, don't yer know what that thar
iHope!" If. I'd er knowd what hit
WV I'd er not axed yer."
"'Why, that there things i one er then
ANT SEPT 1ST.
Mrs. Doglass will move to tih build-
akg oa Beach street, forme4y oect-
pied by Moore Bros., where she will
have more room for her immense
stock of tallllinery, now ordered.
Mr. Doglass will have a dressmak-
g department, and will have a first
class dressmaker and milliner from
Chicago for the coming season.
The best physic-CbambMlaia's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablet. Easy to take.
Pleaant in effect. For sale by all drug-
BE SURE TO REGISTER.
The registration books for District No.
8 will be open Mondays and Saturdays
from Sept. 1, 1902 to October 11, 1902,
at the bours of 8 to 12 a. m., and 1 to 5
p. m., in the City Hall.
Deputy Registration Officer.
The Best Pre criptmm %or Malsi
Chill and Fever is a bottles of Gnovc's
TArnELr CHILm. ToNiw. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cents.
I THE BAND ORGANIZED.
The men who have been agitating the
organization ofa braw band for Daytona
met at Mr. Moore's store Wednesday
night and organized by electing C. E.
Richards chairman and W. M. Moore
secretary and treasurer. Mr. Fielder,
an experienced band leader has been
engaged as leader and musical director.
It is the intention of the organization
to have a Board of Trustees composed o
three business men of the city who shall
have control of the property of the band
and thus insure its safety.
The chair appointed Messrs. Moore and
Null a committee to solicit funds for the
purchase of instrument,. and it is hoped
that all friends of the project, whether at
home or away on a vacation, will send
in liberal contributions at once in order
that the instruments may be purchased
and work begin.
The amount we desire to raise is:
$600.00. Our sister city of DeLand has
raised for a similar puprose this snhmmer
the sum of $890.00, and surely Daytona
ought not to be very far behind.
W. M. MooSIc. Sec!y.
C. E. RICHARDS. R'HAulM A.N.
YeU KeOw What You Are Taklog
When you take Grove's Tasteless ('hill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. 2.x-.
*saiUl oIJO Aa. --'s.ollaJ
8s1 3uomiu ssauoMosanol si9 jo 1p!.\lAl
-.J SL ai. OinJ Uq .iiU.T. IquJs. puv
ap o0l sdi ,uIqq ISsu!ti, i8111 AI,,
..;.;tuo umi st V iinj Iml.A,.
..*uo .ujlidI.>. paul,.
-IA qnpl sip qo ainj .(.q1a Iwas az.1,
*.iua noSal a.tuAl ;i.tt 1 nq 'SA..
sujqitqi lum it.as az.j puitt umil
uool v qnoJ sip p1i.N i eI az.i 'issot.,
:Nul.laJO.sttnS .(nug 'pai1;.l.Nliap
pua pwaq s!q paq.)luJ.)a oJMau Oqaj.L
*..;.spau. ~waqi q.pi A, uomu
joj SUld so iu!iqi Yq.ns op pinoqs
a ji qnp sij) lj .man lj an xultil
-aios q i pino.u 1 a isoddns I 'uqo
Ua.quswm aql jo ano 'maq i iqnojq
aq uoq.\ vspju.a Jo 3ond v SuljJq
0) Iunri.LL p.Joio.) plo eq) pallua pus
qnlap q jo smooj IlCius q) jo ouo o0)
pauLnorpu L01) oSg "''-MS lls m li JOj
jaood jo amuS w u q OinJ q ll 3vajq ol
paptpop sjaqWma qnp jo jasunb Y
-*uaS f)falSw suoi)Inaji l).I)S sqm
q~iIM nuo)og nl qnio ealamaun un;jja.
v )noqu LA.os w qja spauoaij jo )zjud
* pallswa 1uaae um uo)9so V
**.aw *q; o**o
it LIat in ar as mof Bal
- [- a ak
To Cure a Cold In one Day.
Take Laxative Hi ino (Qinineii Tlable-ts"
All druggists r-,fanl1 tlie- mniaYv if it fails
to i.in', l. I. IW ei\rme's .-
tacli l.ox; 2.:1*.'.
A Co..neesl* In Priee.
"People in frontier towns," said a
Klondike plonder, *get med to paying
big aouf for trifles, amI $2 tor a box
et sardise and $5 for ; pound of bad
coM Jlbcome reasonable prices I
kicked once upon a time because the
price asked was too small. It was like
this: I had a Jumping toothache, was
nearly wild with It. when I went to
the shanty where I was told there was
a dentist. A rough looking fellow told
me that he was It, and I asked him to
draw my tooth. Hle looked me over,
got his forceps fastened on my tooth
and yanked it out after dcoouple of
"'flow much?' I asked.
Well., $2 I guess.' said the dentist.
"I paid him. although my jaw still
ached pretty badly.
'That's the cheapest thing I've seen
around here,' I said.
"'Well,' he said. *I tliought I'd make
it low because, on account of the bad
light, I pulled the wrong tooth.'
"I had to go the next* day to have
the bad tooth out, and he made mat-
ters square by charging me $10."-
New York Tribune.
The Inventor of the Cork.
Don Perignon, a poor blind monk,
first thought of cork for bottle stop-
pers. lie was employed ih a royal
monastery as overseer of the extensive
vineyards, being himself a manufac-
turer. Indeed, it is said he discovered
by experimenting with wines and
grape Juices that highly effervescing
beverage known as champange. Ne-
cessity in his case was doubtless the
mother of his inventing the cork stop-
per. for his champagne must have
needed a better stopper than was then
used-merely a bunch of flax soaked
in oil. If he was the first to put a cork
Into a bottle, the world is indebted to
him, since its imnpermulability, elastici-
ty and lightness render it Invaluable
for this use.
Benevolence Is to love all men:
knowledge, to know all men.-Confu-
(ERE t PAKRAI. 51.
W. S. 1Raily. 1'. 0. True. Texas. writes:
"My wife hand I--n suffering five yearn
witli paralysis in hier arm. when I was
persuaded tol use lallardls Snio\w Lini-
ment, whilich eund her iall right. I havlu
also us-ed it for old so1rse, front b'temn nd
skin erupt4 ioni*. It di s t he work." 2.-5.
541.- and *1.(00 at .l1.. ones.
Judge-What proof have we that this
man is absentruindtml?
Attorney-Why. lie actually stopped
his automobile at a watering fountain.
There are 227 different religious sects
hi Great Britin aon Ilrelind.
Too never lift up a life without being
course l Ufted up.-Emerson.
To eat another's bmertache is to for-
i one's own.-Alrabam Lincoln.
I Is ever true that he who does noth-
Ing for others does uoth'ng for himself.
'Tis far better to l3ve and be poor
than be rich with an empty heart.-
God doesn't cnre for what is on the
outside; he cares for what Is Inside.-
Rev. ML. Babcock.
Fruitless Is sorrow for having done
anmis If It Issue not In a resolution to
do so no nm'we.-Bihhop Horne.
The next time On are discouraged
Just try encouraging some one else and
see If It will not chieer you.-J. R. Mil-
Sin is never at : stNay. If we do not
retreat Crom it. we shall advance in It.
and the further on we go the more we
have to come back.-Barrow.
Kind looks. kind words, kind acts
and warm hand shankes- these are sec-
ondary menis of grace when men are
ard = blood arelMn t
r. Por blood al tbhe body to low
vitality rat as a poor fire under the
boler ows the steam to run down.
From poor blood to Impure blood i but
a step, and impure blood is mother to a
large roentage of human ills. Dr.
Harters Iron Tonic is an antidote for
both poor and Impure blood, for it is
both a builder and purifier-a food
and a medicine. It is the bet combi-
nation of the kind known to medical
science, and its success for nearly hal
a century has led to its endorsement by
thousands of medical men who have
been unable td find a substitute.
NoTlcF(Wi (FAPPICiA .Tl4 tN Fo(itTAX
41054,LAWS 4FF IA it4l 11A.
Noiche1.4 jle~rehv gl~.iventhat .John 1B.
.. ..c.ft. of Tn. t'rtitlteaw b Ne.
= i and Hai W-te
Emtnma0. Fuifinak. Woik'01
P. aox M5
Office at Europem Hotel. Shop
WK. WaxiNa, MaNagw.
In trouble and mire lighting their unseen wil Insure youl agaliathe many vilu resiwitl a oiflhl Ii. .rd lvf..ulv... .. l.. i". *s
battl.es.--Dr John Ill. frm impure blood. Scroltul pples. blloeshs u itaId a'erfh1nt il y IcI J11.1 A t'% Is"In. lts
female weakness. amils. ,biros ts OW.M sle anmade applit lican for tax dIet tlit Iti
ue**e* RMllzabeth AAmullet. fewofthem: but thegreatestevL thl. hegreatest rin-e f.llw.n-l dMl-rlltd property
dangeer. is the general weaeing of the whole Pituestn-, .dloitinhtJlttyiic. Floritdae. pript: U R E IC
Queen Elizql.wth during her last Ill- system. which aol opening for ery situe l ct 2. lict1 t1II. M. & i'. ll14111% ri,] The
ness wore around ini r incek a charm paying dineaead K and blingd asWe-4sd nmt tIhe mriM of tl
made of geol-* which hbad been be. The followinis onlyone of the thoosandsof isuiuane offsutch e.rtltfltie alin the- rinnie- of
queatlited her by an old woman in tetimonials we havereceived: Lhnutindal E.. lin'. .I lei% ls*nlerlifaenw Made from Distilled Water J
Wales, who dlaroi Mithath.. longJasa om. 10. ne.diesIl will Istt I hr inereon tinthe te iilty of
WVtlhs.% who e-hq.l-mnr i that so long als "oad s in ~. Harlter i eI ronTon August, A. In.. I!mr!.
the vneeni wore it .he would never be when prostrate fromaseversattack ltrbeums- vil-ltn ly otleInil slollgntur.' ianil s.-al
ill. lie amulet, as was generally the thdiaftusewieomple itlestafimmO this 11 l*st1 Jl(. iJOlNai l"i Ator.y open o 7 to 1l
case. proved of no avail. and Eliza- syem. and myseneral health wa restored. 1,.rk fircult 4'ourt Io! Vof \liln *ii'ouy. C-'it n.
beth, notwits;i>li, li..aiAs a blood purifer Dr. Hairers Iro nT o n i
beth, notwithitiasingn her faith eI the soequl, adlmoI ..S.incerely.re.somesI
charm., not only sickeiied. but died. It to all persons suffering from Indlgestio.|
During the plague in London people codtionof theuistmprodue yitpu.Jied y i; pt. -4) 'Phonp48
wore tnilnlets to k4i-ep off the dread de. ifed blood." Magarlte P. Yeasel. NOTICE TO DEBTORS ANO CREDITORS.
stroyer. Amulets of arsenic were worn No. 60 Secoad Ave. The unlder neili having lbetn duly ap-
near the heart. Quills of quicksilver (p,oipntsMeaeateswakei a)ni l mflast.)ii) lnted i arhit. ..r,.r
were hung rond te k, nd alsoverbottle of Dr.Har- countv.iy, Florida. nie ie hereby gien to,
the powder of tonds. t' sr Iron Too has k u all crdltors. Iguletes. dlitribute-4 mind all
e Io eL tDotsOOepta Ithe etente of Arthutr Iore-st. tie-tons.,l. to
The Ahsentmlnded Protfeaofr. substitute -sistonDr.irter s. Pre-111 chi lls'duly JillI',1i tl. letlE ail
At mt essIon of the G(erinman reicbstag Made only y late or tInh hem'" iiwil lb forever tarred.
an absentmnded menber.Herr Weh- THE R. HARTER MEDICINE COOPW in S Mention this paper and
an bsninded member. Her WYTOh011 OO \.t lihalsrrtor af r o i the e state r
mann. created no little amusement. | M.kn.aosfDi Hs.'WPdC N L sT rur ct d n. I.
He was calling the roll. and upo M Lten t e faoarD. ,Hia--diciM Tl.il3 h. -..Winsto0 D Cl,
reaching bis own name he paused for t o XTX L-- Wi-ton, N.C. ,
response. Naturally none came. Then lowt Pri Whiskey HoN.
he called the name more loudly, waited llAn .. ,simtttik of Sclllnn, AN QRDINANCE Reglatinthe Care of Chl- Lowest Price Whiey H m.
t iun eo FI I ..thShatt ck (f Shellsburg, usesn AFlues IntthesCity of Daiyton I I
a few seconds .ind roared It out at the l wni. ias ,.aina-l lof Ia stoinhi trouble v IIt.o the Coit on o4n lllil oif ,
top of his voice. The laughter of his witl ih laiin i lie. l.ie l li-m.n aitlietedl for th. City of iml tolin:
colleagues finally aroused him to a :vors,. lir I ., -fr boxes of 'Chnim..e-irla in' Thatsel it Icp lte ofif tproer StHa
sense of thne ludicrousness of his act, Sto1lil(maih in|iel liver "l'eii-t,. lh hilitdl to enini tir lie-lvIhs,-. hiues mliini mltn- S.* He ove,
and he Joined In the general bhilarity. pre\ io llil tri-il ua11l other ri n-li-i e ice.v- ic enny hliou-. linm imay i wc- e. ci.-il-.r-l i n
:iiand oI in in il .,r ,if iiphysic-ns ii at I ircr f iih ger iby r'ire, aind report Ito i li'Eill-'T, BliIILu AND Cox
lsdllreeted Philanthropy. li|ef. 'er u-ah bcy all dugrgist... frle t. imaelin ic -lih arni r- R *sidlenve n,,il offlik, northelastor--
"Ahi got no use fo' de man." said .tv. ils.'- rlina-.'riin- ic a in i i i.. iidgew ood and Volusia aveneiI
Charcoal Eph in one of his philo $64.70 cwinerircei,'l eitifta'- hoe,, t, re*nn. '1i, ne. 1. Daytona, Floil
$ 6 4 70 It,'a mlin- l4it' i Ill m 'I\veh Iiour- oran rillcsc imiphal.l-
sophlieal turns. "dat donate er thousand' in' ni.rmfs.-r.inram wi. tiii- in> ire--
dollahs t' de heathen fund ob de fash- To -. in1h llhlc'i an .t'e. fir'-itr ic., e'onnt.
A', ilh I ti-'|l cir c-ll'%mhl iimido. fii ft llac itc-i'.-
lonable church wid one ban' an' raise r iflr n .isre1. 4ia.e iicr.tar' I O e
de rents on his tenement houses wid California a Return ro ia. lis-. .,i o'", .r ,i,,iir;,ian ,,i.ll i, -
de udder. Ah 'spec' he bettah begin cr i t It li ii ..ll, ii; ,r l if i h. i ilf-!. ,olhl ti ,- l i F. iW SAMS, Proprietor.
practicin' crawlin' fro' de eye ob er Via L. (ft N. R.. R.e pri-mn-mi, nio .-oIi ,thirt, ii -. m Rates $2.04) per Day and U
needle. Mistab Jacksonr'-Baltimore I.'irIt -e ;i r iii l --ltail l.ts i n,.en iia re,..'i ,f i hfll,e iiS alr. t Regular
News. N c t.....,,i ir-t r..-:lilnL .ulyl!. It.-_. .r\ :w SMYRNA, FLORIA..
New .lI,..kseii m ill.ou s.il.\ \i,,'l- 1 -, .t ( tc 1l. I*t i.l- i'ma.-... iima -,,i.,,iil rc-nc irn .lul _'.. !.iS K_'.
enll-" i on ti srale In .'illr \iif'. I 1. I ".'. %
n thee ba hrin bleen a death In the ri.seiilin- rnit.-4s fic'iin oili.r oint-. .I ,iiiro .-.i li II. 1.-.
family, the house seems terribly large "ic I ,,,, I -, \.- and ri.c .t,-. .\,-itu s.,. ; t ---.
-Atchison Globe. trinimlnt ma,,lic.r limoriali, st>-ov,.,-.i .1. wV. w ,.Kl .,o.iim 'l.rk. .-I: HE I E A D A C HE
Sta the Curh indWorks off the Cold I ra rl nt inal lit S-jct .i
Luxative Blromo Quininei Tablets iul',e ;
cohl in onei day. No C'un'. No PaI'iy. =1soc.
Itll NI) T" lil' I1.\TlI S To Sl1:\ I:Il l.
I 'iNT'S W\\1S'T A NI Til I\IST.
I ,o fe lll i i i i.i1 11 1 it ill :l lm r ,'--.
S2. In i i \n\:2 .
Notice of Aptplication fa-r Tax tieed under
Set-ction of Cai .htcr 4.10%, Laws of Florida
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NE0itj-e iS hlne'liv gko elln11in.0tile fe ,lEmvting mlesorilpedI latndwill i sddis511 t jiilei'
I114tIIjitl illti le- firPsiti:& v if SepJtemilk-r. A.D. I 1.90~n2. ilfi i t in. (4if Da t'aalan V. 'lnnna
('411111t .%.. FHorjglhi. icr so) 111114111 Own, If a? s %%ii i* lein..ssainrv to) pay the ~inintiaoint E4a.1110.fol
taxes incre-ira Sot uejejeIc'it.-to) the nnn. t~bgetine.i with ecl s ecst-,4o 141 ada 1-e.1
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, Aa., he says:
"Ana attack of pneumonia left me
with mcuilar rbeiuati headache,
aud paim that seemed to be all over
me. I was scarcely able to move for
about a moath when I decided to gise
M;e Pain Pills
Md omP. lank=a1i.I n. th..e
LA)T. Ill P'K.
L. Ii. Ste. n-k.................... W 72 ft............ ............... ................. t;
F Ht il ing htoin...........s 1'. i W ..................................... .
M I'.-ll.-tt (H e irs) ........W\V I ..................................................... ;
David Shainm on............leit 22, ilos.k 2. sile. lf........................ I
li(ol rt rIt ins............... lits 11H A 12. stll. of....................... 2 & 7
l aai Iltiolpkins ............. t 13 til. f..... .... ................... 2 A& 7
Da;ivili Rains...... ....... h t &- l ihM k 1. stiul. iof............. ...... tf
Sidii fty .-lti ................ 1. of W 24 > l ft. olf N. 4 1 f, ft.............. 1
.. 1 F. trick .- (ii ir.-)......[1 11i lot 11. sutl. ot S ', of N. I'............. 1
G(.-orgia Ande-r-i n....... lilt 2,. wlock 1. s-uia. olf ..................... I
Cliharl- .Iom,.............. lots -, to 12. ibloak 2. snl. of S. i.......... I
Laur;i E. W all.............. ................................................... 2
lim ra W all. ........ t 1:. 14. 1 & ..... .................. It;
Laiura E. Wall ...........W. I-,, ft. lot 2tanllots2 l21 & 23....
A. It. Smitih................... l s I A 4 ti 12. silh. olt i-. At. .... ..... I I
.1. W. lo tmarIm............. liots 29A- :l. Mlh.-k2. WMill'sul. lf pairt...
lsaiahl. M. ('lcv........... h E lt 2I hI k l. iio-k ins.iifili of lpart....
Marit- ilav \m- w n I.......... lot 1:1. lole-k 2.rwn1-tin's sub. o(f pait........
An.nii- .4orll'an ..... ....... t 1 7,. ih-'k "2.4; n- 'si -'msill. ( opart........
Julia Wats-on. ........ ... W ,'i o( f E l:'19 ft. lot .5, ll'k4. Green(t-I's
sili. tof part...............................
J. ii. Williamsi............ t i. |,h.mk 4. ;ii r-i,' sunll. of fpart.......
It. S. Fairi tli- i.. ........llt.-It 11 to I;. hi'k4.G;n-t-nei'su-l..f part.
It. S. Fain-e tl.i .......... 1 its 2.1,1 k S.t r-e.n,-'.- ilh.,,fpIa t......
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llilnirl II. .lone ..-......l. lt 11. hloeIk .c. r st..ll-nl>.o l ;i.rt
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.a li,-. Sm itih ............... ft .............................
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t i4 ir i dlw i rd ......... its 1 & ;. lol .k 2. still. f ......................
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e-ls--ea Wl .it........l....lots 4 & sl. of W. -
Pa. Siain...........E. ft. of ..... ..........
Midn .v ."lws............ ..... ... ..........................
IKH-i-a lohmwle y........W >0 of 1E 241mli N oIN fiot ................1
Frank J on........... ft...........................................
Jennie Rol-rts........... W 75 of E- 12- ft .......................iI
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71 2. :;4
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Em r -tir i.tr\\ :( s] .
A Bad Breath
A bad breath means a bad
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Aycr's Pills are
liver pills. Th-y cure cop-
stipatior, 'ili: '.. nICess, dys-
pepsia, L ;he.
SIn I ,. ..l lm a t i l i
U I .. CrOthe
Cabinet Maker a
ii.. ..... a me...
An Ordinance in Relation to
Dogs Found Within M Cit7
Limits of Daytona, Fla.
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Hlill, O rmndl~~ and Moundgrov4~
IDefand, ln lbA
1-1mc-a~-tii-- ina State mntid F#AerswAlODE
To I.) II)I-.i'l.%: EYOUR DESISIS
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i',tn. ,..n.,S,' if i ic y fr hlrt.I i4 T 1, *0hlY intlP t of our ovens
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4 Virst pub. JulyIS; 1"tOspL 0111)
The nandermsignd having bem I dUWA PO--
p io ntd at d no ai nlst r atoC Ulltb the y i *
here-by O~ven to All eIf1W. ~ 5
tributews and nll peoorsons in debtepd t cwo r
having l agaeltlfisIt tbe estate. of Rfobert
ii. (7Ownsa, decoin*A-Il.1, toopront the mine
filly Mim nuhe~nIlitgn1..lit), thbe ugndetiolgD5
wit Wla two) years trfmni hi1i Elate or The saie
will to- fiereverlwtr hrre'd
M. M. KiIAVF.NVR.
Adliniitmilraettr wit h Ithe will
This July 17, Ho~t?.
This July Wrd, A. D., 19i
Aim-, A. 4w 14
DEISCRI I "I'll )N OF LAND.
Ssays a twaltgo
1laoertof oesksp wall,
to aa resen besides the
@oebm. Heat is nInurteo
ef choice book. drying
Sl of the leather and
.m srp and get out of
A s are very warm Is
parft and these Ave and six
are a necessty rather
SCold Is as hard on
erheating sd am atmes
Ia too damp or too dry also
gam. The sun pouring nl dl-
St s aelves fades the bind.
ma have a cheerful sunny
yet keep the volumes out
Slims painter Fusel had a
M tfor chapter. Oue aft-
a party o friends paid a visit
sd and after a few moments
Sb hakhsing at the pictures they
and proceeded to in-
a bag and purposeless talk.
f am of the sight pauses.
aiIl earnestly. "I had pork for
r desar Mr. muell." ex
as etremely odd remarks
sold t the painter ngenuously.
O'flt it as Iatereting and Im-
a anything that has been said
.bp bouremesaw Fes
ft aft e le of the commsocs eam-
ee along the o r, and any
T r IKMtfl e er enrc lme thrate Is
w r bhem akinger. steps
IS beea se hb Ido e IS liable to
atomuta ner. hese lines are
a Imhbe sletS frotiters and
ml hbetwee hI beyond the
aa wfod thnt&, ad. although
as I wer awr ds. eox-
wbo arm selected to move
addes es sto the tbrooe on
msa~s, the old precution
U p= m-Westminster Gazette.
m Os --W are YOU cry-
S W tt N e lad?
-leo- .s I a illy Wells hit
tfIhi Mt m became I let
t me, u D illy Wells hit me
#ONbesm I tof yUhr. an' now
o t mea again because Billy-
OIn tkmanJ-C us.
lUoomrdilbt at this time and in
SbIAndt, it is the forerunner of ma-
to yawn, and an
1 rbhie, by its prompt stimula-
mion ol the liver, drives the mala-
hm oatf the system. puri&.e th
Isomuap thesyam and restore"
sdARty of the nall as an ar-
O11a t ad Is not confined to Paris,
Wexsis threaghout southern Eu-
O l amie parts of Africa. Dr.
a Frakh writer, In a pain-
S m y thatSt S00 poundsof snails
ma -a dally to Paris from the gar-
Oatf l ebe Burgundy, Champagne
Sm Those reared in gar-
i e an bd on aromatic herbs to In-
gim their Slavr. Their market price
bhiI 2 ftraes 50 centimes to 3 francs
N enieanes a hundred, while those
SM the hedges, woods and forests
early 2 frames to 2 francs G0
-. The proprietor of one snail-
W ia tih vicialty of DIjon nets over
S M a manually.
+* Stm llIa reared and fattened with
I ml IN amae cantons of Swit-
M a se a mtartlee of axu and is
S41atad a a pIckled state. It Is also
g as n a ad ad nutritious article
Gofdt Iob A lstrisa. Spain, Italy and in
i mfaima of the United States.
Sk Abmaess and other African
o smbei.thesm and eat them as
OM t at all the year around. In
Agil- kf the markets large heap s of
l I- mBal= by the bushel and the
S M article f food. Venders
kOhmto the streets of Cairo. In
llm am r m r gathered snails
-- h Iaftelby women from door to
m has Cole, Cholera and Diar-
ll)Md -h saworld-wide reputa-
ri laemBag. It never fails and is
Sfh t~id ake to take. For ale Iby
go e Det-What's all this talk 'bout
S-MM? Dees faUlks Uve there?
k JohBany-They used to live
a bu they I all dead long ago.
4UWW do yea know
S. ea ~pqapa y the names of all
.O b an* laka an' salMnds an'
A fm irom the dead languages."
Lady** L Sibaw*d*
K 1. Utter, a prominent phy-
pansaM Columbia, in a recent
"Last Marzh I had am a
Syug lady sixteen years of
WW ha very bad attack of dye-
rvrytbing I prescribed for her
mad she wa growing
wbry bhoar. Her parents Wen'
moulddie. She had become so
she a could not turn over in bed.
6D do at this critical moment was
Sfor me, but I thought of Chain-
a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
mld as a ast rsort prewnribed
Im t woeaderful result was ef-
WL i ett, hours sabe wasfeel-
^kofthe, skine of three days she
her b et ad at the end of one
MW etbely well." For sale by
Some4seea n tdMIkms*.
who are disposed to grumble
Se1 agth of time required to finish
bhedings should take heart
Ow example of the Cathedral of
I*A. Cu e.ne. That structure
years In building. It was be-
AUaB adm was pronounced com-
-t o11w. The great Cathedral
wag begun in 13W3 and was
IuMB til ING, 419 years lat-
SgUtIrmelde, in Cornwall, took
vease to blud. and one-third
Uena was employed in excavat-
s fousmistlow The late Lord
s engaged for over twenty
a ig his reat palace In
of $Bte, adm his successor Is
work o It. The palace of the
Of Atholl In Scotiand, ha a been
Se US ton ~6
An Italian philomopher has amused
ianaelf by construction a scale of
rees for the measreent of prof
slonal envy. The highest point in this
envy measure Is ten.
Architect are happily placed lowest
on the scale. They register only 1:
advocates and priests and military
men are ranged at 2. and In the as-
cending scale he gives us professor
of science and literature. 4; Journal-
Ists, 5; authors, 8; physicians. ii; ac-
tora and actressesm. 10. The small
amount of envy among architects Is
held to be due to their precise, severe
and rigid studies. The same thing ap-
plies to advocates.
Among the clergy envy is found
mostly in preachers. In the military
career envy is quiescent in time of
peace, but can become acute in time
of war. Envy makes men of science
and literature lead solitary lives, dff-
dent of each other. Among physicians
envy is still more prevalent, and they
do not Spare their colleagues, often
terming them charlatans. In the the-
atrical world envy reaches its acute
form. vanity playing a great part in
Crows an Weather Prophets.
The belief that two crows are a hap-
py omen and that they appear to warn
men from disaster Is very ancient.
Alexander the Great was thus saved
In Egypt by two crows, and King
Alonzo would assuredly have perished
In 1147 had it not be n for two crows.
one of which perched on the prow and
the other on the stern of his ship, so
pointing the prow of the royal barge
safely into port. Crows and rooks are
very much alike. It is said that when
rooks desert-a rookery it forebldes the
downfall of the family on whose prop-
erty It is.
They are also credited with le-ing
good weather prognosticators. WVhen
the weather Is aleout to lie very bhad,
they stay as near home as leOssille.
but when they foreknow that it will
be set fair they start off in the morn-
ing right away to a distance where
they have an Instinct that the fqKsl
they need is plentiful. Again, if the
rooks are seen venturing into the
streets of a town or village it is a sure
sign of an approaching snowstorm.-
All the Year Round.
Tke ftilry Lamplitrter.
Af4tion often inspires ifgenuty.
la a & fe of Joseph Severn the narra
tire of the artist's care of the poet
Keata In his last Illness includes .a
graceful incident. Sevenn. worn out
with watching and t1relehs service,
would sometimes drop asleep and HJ-
low the candle to go out, thus leaving.
the seik man in darkness, which hj,
dreaded. Realizing that this was lia-
ble to occur. Severn hit upon a happy
device to keep the light still burning.
One evening he fastened a thread from
the bottom of the candle already light-
ed to the wick at the top of another
unlighted one set ready near by.
Not being sure the experiment would
succeed. he had not mentioned it, and
when later on lie fell napping as the
first candle was burning low the In-
valid was too considerate to awake
him. but lay patiently awaiting the ex-
tinction of the fluttering flame. Sud-
denly, just as he expected gloom and
blackness, the connecting thread-too
fine and distant for him to see-caught
fire, and a tiny spark began to run
along It. Then he waked the shalping
nurse with an exlainmation of joyful
"Svern' Severn!" lie cried. "Here's
a little fairy tl:nplighter actually lit
up the other candle!'
But It was only the good fairy of
many sickroonms leviug forethought-
that had lighted the candle.
Flowers of the Cranberry.
One of the t lintiest of wild flowers
of June is the elos.oizi of that time
honored conieiiiiaiit of roast turkey,
the cranblerry. While,. however, every-
body knows the berry, few are ac-
quainted with the lower, for the peat
bogs where it blows in the choice fel-
lowship of the stately pitcher plant
and the golden cl'tl antil of lianyv a
Rubber Tire Carrlages Fne Horses Careofu Drivers
We nre well equipped for "Straw Rides." Tle finest turnout in the city.
'BuwM inwet all trains and take patsengpr to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opp)iosite Public School.
SI F, Gi llJr, &.Co, DrggKist
STlhe Larst and Most Comnplete Stock
of Drugs in Daytoina. I'rPn-riptions coi- *
Ssminded Ivy ie.gistered Pharnuiiaist only. V
W Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 1 F
* TRY O'T R Y PINE TAR ('CI (ill ItIALAM-25 cents a bottle. e
* Bosc tsM t P P '4 V P DAYTONA, FLORI D A
BOND & BOND
rare orchid are quite remote from the -- MAN('FACTI'RERS .OF--
beaten paths of travel. The cranberry
plant is a small, slender, sonewh:it Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
trailing shrub. with the neatest of
evergreen leaves, fro a:tin eid Iwhich a Lath Shingles
few threadlike stalks lift their nodding L uei lv
flowers. When fully expanded, the
pink lolws of each -eroll;i are curled
back like n lily's. i, al from the heart
of thcim the ('comp4lressed stamens pro-
trude in the sh:ilip of a spear point or
beak. The im:igitmitive muay see in C
this long beakedl little llossmin a re-
semblance to a tilny t crine's head.
whence some hlir1-4l pre-ssed etymologist
las thought to derive the word cran-
tberry-tha:t is. crane-etrry. -.t'oiuntry iif
Life In America." 11
tings of lt:ilian \\orkiiiansliip are
remarkably ben utiful. Vvienice pa rtic-
ularly excelIled iln this art. In the Lon-
desboroeluglh eolle.-tije: is a line speci-
men. The four la%:%\s or tlihe outer ring
in oenpl work .lisupport the settlig of a
shar-ply |%intid I ipyrl';'lidlal diamond.
such ;as was titIi c'ovqet.l. for writingg
oni gl:-'s. The'l s.i:tk I-'tirs a f:iticifill
reseil!>l;mnce tio n se u'ent s\\: llhi> ing
a bird. o(f which only thee cliws coln
Inectingl the fr:iee ri: ill ill s sight.
It was witlh a ii siil.r rin R la:leighi
wrote the wordsti t \xintlow paine,
"l'in wounll I rise but that 1 I'fear t
fall," to which (leu.e1-i l:liz:aietli a:hleld.
"If thy heart fail thl-,. edo int rise at
all," ani implledl in'.'(,,I:,i.e'iint whiCh
Phstician'and Druggists. led him on to fl'aI:to.
Ford & Stunrge-on. an prmiinent Irii ---
firn at Rockyv ill Sta:tionI. K v.. W'itle: and.v l-or ( iihnne.
"W e weie nmqiuesltel by I)r. ti. It. Sniii.ley "Some people ih. od i v,,1 y i we enarry a
to en<. f." lrlin .r tieti.n.- tt stock< of cil>a C. 1 1 % airdy,",
lNemnisber. and we n-i glad to s;a. IfIr- said thlie aii licw keels t li railroad
bine has given s1h -hm gruat satistact-ut14, newssiand. "\h ell, yuI sete, it's this
that we have diilli,-ited this order thii.-. nay: I have a lt ot rit,;gulr ctiistitnomers
time. andl tIdIy we, gave' your tll- mlemii wholiv want it. Tli'y take it out in
another order. We Ibeg to say )Dr. (. I6 change. lor iinstanice, one iii:ii h:as
Snigley take-i pleasure i i ricieittlwlinhg l een buying t wo evening papers froi
Herbine. .(h* bottle' at .I. M. .Jones. me every afternoon for several years.
____ If hIe ihas aiiy penites, I never sec them.
At Amy Rate lie Aroused Diseacsiom. lie always throws deown a nickel, picks
Lucille-Cholly is such an unuiterest- UP his two lialrs from the pile and
Ing person. then taikes three pieces of candy, whit-li
Helen-Oh, I don't know. HIe gave li t.h hvw. while' w!titih fuor his tr;tlin.
rise to an animated discussion last other imen saw himni do this and fol-
night as to whether a person (lcan e ow.d sui aind ll,. it.s uitt thi. regu-
considered ascentmninteld when his lar thing.'-l'hiladlicliiia lectrel.
mind is neither here nor elsewhere.-
EatTing From the Sat l'In e.
Town and ('Oulltry. II fe'i(nornll" days it w:as 1:tml I'oir a
Smat Co solation.couple se.ate'l te'1 l-i.r to o:tt frioill one
.... Co.-ol-ll-.. trenliher, ore p; ,lihnl;Irly i" llhe re
The Pessimist-The longer I live in lrtiencther. orle ic iIy it ftle re
the world the worse it seems to get. latimons lit ti 'l;,iIi ic it tif ter tiii-
The Optimist-Oh. well. don't let a master a :d nmitr-,-ss of ithe esta.lish-
Uttle thing like that worry you. 'er- et. i Ilple re,.tis ilt so lite as
haps It will le Ibetter after you get out the niidd.le. of tih,. .ii-litet c1nitury
of It-Chicago News. the o l like and Iit'hu -s,.s, of l-anil-
tolln occupied thie dli:is at the liet'ild of'
Him sMeasure Takem. the room ani aid li'r-ser''le thlie' tr;nlitiuonial
Argie--He told me I wuz de only ... .... ,.. sharing -,tie.' h no iii'te. It
gurl he ever loved.
Katie-Well, when n feller talks like
dat give him de googoo eyes reversed.
lle's nuthin' but a born diplermat:-
Mi- Ida, M. Snyder.
-.....i,.. -.S ,aA eVN
i woml n wie 7ld mStess t d w nteo
kea wem=have more happy
wives mMdterMe andMdaug s and they
Smstin =myu ma they wouvld fi
in C lr w tmy drUgisthead
vised McElehs wine otari m and Thed.
?rd.Slmk.Drmgt amd so I tk It and
haee every reasm to thAk him for a neW
iek OPedp utS Km with mrIed heath,.
anditomly eok thwee mOu to Cr m .
Wine of Cardui isa regulatorof the
nestrual functions and i. a most as-
tonishing tonic for women. It cure.
emnty, Mspprewtd. too frequent. irreg-
ular and painful menstruation. falling
of the womb. whites and flooding. It
is bepul when approachingf wommn-
hood, during -,ad.ter child-
birt i od in cCng oflife. It fre-
I- *_- a-- Lhah M- frkjnes
Swas a token oif attlimeint and te-nder
recollection ofu' miriie '. Ille youth.-
'"Old Cookery Itooks."
Russian Poliee HeKulntlons.
One of the rexrtilat iocis of thlie Ius-
sian police refers to the censorship of
price lists of goods, nIote s of im itation
to parties and perso(mal visiting cards;
also for the cevinsorship of seals, rub-
ber stamps and business cards of indi-
viduals or corporationss. Aniotier or-
der regulates the sale of s t ap. starch.
toothbrushes andh insect powder, awld
Another controls the lprinitin on the
paper used in making cigarettes.
The Only Wny.
"Ahi. Reginald, dearest." she' sighed,.
"but hiow can I be sure th lat you will
not grow weary of ImII after wve :hae
been married a little while."
"I dontt kw." lie tanswered,- "un-
less wev got I.mirried ndl see."-Chicago
A Il'o lliIP 1 ).
"So you refistedi liin'' said Mauil.
"Ye.." replied .Mal-1. "I told hiin I
shall send back :nty .letters unopsenied."
"I woulhh't i1c r ,iphi'. 'sThere niiiIht
be theater tickets i1 so tie of the m:"
There is a wide diffT'rence In getting
vwhait we think we descr'e' and getting
what Is in store for us sometimes.-
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
I .a I- MIv "I l." .Ir 'u rti t; l. ..
Iof It'.kw :1v;ilter. lii,. I:5 iniunt < hill i.f
tIII i.' ,,i h I'- cl li t. r l l -,,ti ill ic-t III ill
iuIn:.p e.f Th,',-c i.- t ,i I ici,, ai Ic.etli'' oil
ih;ii l.'rl'm.iiii ('c,' ,. < l ii'ii.i s cl l iatr-
I el t d',i i1 \ ,I ,4. 1i 1' *, 1 -
Flooring, S ai g, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager
AN MATE" Te Natin's
It's all Florida.
WiVhy buy imirpiartil rigars. ir:.1d frmii hli-.ivy trpiiial t<1hc'i,-r>, dlc'-t>re'l with opium
:;inel oelhlin ei. ,,s. wh'. yol rii.I hIai\ the lp re' loridai lent at a five-cent price.
It .... ........... S""IFREE BY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS.
I ,I\ ,of- ..... ........... 1.7.7.
S. W. ROWLEY, b^.^
HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
11. P1. GODWIN, Proprietor
Horse-Shoeing and Itetpairkimmthit
Nea Bondt Yardiiei :ie.
Saw and Planing Mills
A;r'.. i \\ li .l-pa;i'.d to furnilh 1all kilndis of
ROUGH AND DRFSSRT) PINE
ON VERY SHORT NOTICE.
WE ME-I't ALL COMPh.I I'ION.
A Full Line at,
m ymoams thus am
lrAtown. Bath roomxw#m
Rae.* Sq.SO per Daw S0 per WUli a" Upwmudift
Henry Sc idt. Proprietor, Daytonael. ,|
H \V BRACY UPHOISTERER and -
SV. MANUFACTURER of HIG[I GRADE
MMoss and Fiber Mattresses.
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good am New
BeAilh St. and Bellevivw Ave. l)ytonF
DAYTONA NOVETY WORT,
E. DILLING.HAM, Proprietor.
McClellan (m Edwards, Manalers.
Moulding Scrol Sawing, ig,Inside
W .r and W o d r. lJ7 ij (Olom iiaetiins.omwn 4-li 'coltininaWl
Work and Wood Yard .llis M.iilmtoe ) looier. Phone 70.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARMACY,
NorTH BEACH STREET
Has n .%-l-t Stoxk of......
DRUGIIIS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT .ME1II'INES. IRUISHIES,
COM ItS Ni) TOI.ET So.% I 'S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toi.dt Articles.
DR. J. M. JN.lEN*, proprietor. i'an b*e imml,4t,'El jetipf#,siiiii v Ailtiring business
lom-e;ito4 ttiv lii ptWN Sundays, !0:0O 4) it) 1 .30o. ; ii 2:34) toe 4:34 P. M.
Trowell's Express 'nU Baggage Line 'P
Othfie in the, Up to Date Ial U N.rr Si1h1p)
All Calls Given Prompt Attention.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
We now carry a full stock of fresh
eats, in connection with Groceries.
IRY SOME OF OUR SWEET
D. F. MORRISON
Longe's Old Stand.
Cor-ner Beach Street and S.-cond A -v#-nuo.
HflTFV1' MV J VTN
I'lI;1 e .hiti i. It I i st1.in I.V itY t AIIY Iinme. JA A ,l a A- AJLA. V a
THEGAE E-Moderayte Rates. wG. M. EATON,
SENT ON TRIAL FROM NOW IIN-!: .. Mant ger-jqr.
I DAYTONA TRANSWEK CO.
PIcLUriR & Rix, Proprietors.
ALL MODERN CONVZIERUCZU
Spencer B. Green
Steam and Hot oz
Water Heating. ,e
Agent for the Ericsson
North Rid rvew-ood
Ice Cream Freezers
Are Summer Necessities.
C. E. JOHNSON'S DAIRY
N 1 ll .\ Vell .
F r sh F'" """ ...F. sh """r "-' '. "' .........:".
rr.I ., 1i. ,, ,i i1.....-,t oI t H tl-,r M ilk. N1.r ,luart.. .
NORMAN S. DAYTON,
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.
M .i i.i a v. n.I I- : 1F E. r .l'h,..I I; I .
r. TROW 1.11. L.
SSThA XSHP .00
SNetYork. AND LUBoston PAZnd the B stO
v NewYTork. Boston and the Bast
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE ia Palatial EpreMs SteasMhips.
Sailings from Savannah
THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York. making ,-
Lines. All ti-ket agn .ts anr supiplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
general information. sailing schedules. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER IIHWKINS. General Agent, 224 West BaySt., Jacksonville, Fla.
1'. E. L.:FiVRE. Mt.nager. E. T. CHARLTON, G. F. & P. A.
Ne.w Pier :.' North River. New York, N. Y. 3-15-02
.1. WI. LKINSON. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
lucbionad WasbhAn Swa stm
A sh eville c ha t a ~ e ~ u
CftlamSsatilat. LAouisUs~es CUT
C hIcealo e.
MUTE OF THE CELEBRATE TRAMS:
The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Rlc-bond and
The New York and Florida Express
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
1e rME 7Nm -m m Tr.
Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincimnati, vta
Adheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated is
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all thaag
Ask for Tiekets via Seathea Railway. C-rspmdsemss OS atL.
H. F. CAREY, Fl. Pam. Ag, 108 V. Bay St. Jackamv, FPl.
Vadaisgbm, D. C
sam.., 1is. 1oos.
V. H. TAYLOB,
Aw't Genl Pa. Agen
"THE EAST CoAsT OP PFW tDA
1s PARADISE RGAIIKD."
FLSRMA EMST GLUT URlAY
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41.
NUIUSE O--AS DOWN.
In Efect June 8, 1902.
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BUFFET PARWR CARS ON TRAIN U AND I7.
BRANCH IRB S0CHDULS.
pl jEpl pU6 pi *4| jr .LPAlteoM._ Ar.4X.PI as Z S1I2a 1
-- -- -----:-i --- --v I- 0F -w VI 7 0VWP
OW$7 .L46 I MN K&A.TO NANCIL5&00WO
a" Daily iiUYj DM l,
1W aIS Sa I v ............. at a ~w .
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&&a Daiy mlly blw~y B A C E ~3 D &UED Dwiy
"- -I I I I I Al "
I ~ 30 0 p 3 0SS a Lr a e k ,=or t ,Lv 6 1 (I I ~ I : P l U P
pIpS p 0l a Pa bo:esGO& Z Wp l
p, 155 pa At la U a k"1 p i Sp
i~eFly er Rout~Se Wping Cmi opa med onaI sl mwa US "aeL
Son M ARA DilN[ aiy0Iboy4ail Dil
. ." uaI M a Y:L Y r C I L v I i f I M p g
~ p 1 U d ~ aj~P 1m m g C ~ t y .p Up
2two2lue Tlables dkow the Uxwq at wW-h tralus may be I I I to arrive mid &Wsrs
Smea do WvWal abdoss. but tbelr a rrival 4?r departure at the = Is IN4 1604
dus me Company Wd lueelf responsible for any deisy or say som"weaso :=tgral.
4,Pedwadar and Geddental Ummkip NomecHas d Mks&
- - -
Wben Macmnnles. the Amw*MM
Aeulptor. was a young Man wOMM 101
parls. Falgalere, the famous Freneb
sculptor, on one occasion entered big
ateaw and found there a beautIM
I Dissia that had bepu for "nth& "Offil
the stockx4- goid *a& ap*01ebft 6-
perescow xWOMW&W satisMactorr Iso
the w*ptor hinWelf.
FalgWMM- LK"WO so absorbed Ig tbo
work before b.;Ln an to forget time *
was not hl% He began to twist
and pull the dainty liniar of Diana this
way and that. to punch her In the ribs,
turn her queenly li--ud -for she was
then only in clay. of eaurs:. and sus-
ceptible to hupressions-utiAl at last
he had produced the very poise he de-
stred. -There. iny friewl: I like her
better so." he cried and Pkiploed out of
Ile had really Intended to do Mas-
MODDIeB R favor and had Indeed paid
him the greatest couildinient (of which
he was capable, but Gie young sculp-
tor was In distress, for on comparing
the remodeled Dispa with a photo-
graph of FaIguiere's statue of the
same character he found the French-
man had unconsciously made a prac-
Ucal replica of the other. Macnion-
Wes did Dot rest until lie had restored
his statue to Its original pose.
pm J*a hm N&" Root%
Wed slmd md x1mm.
Pri, 50 Cents,
ft"wW by JAMES F. BAUARD, SL LodB, Xe
- - - - - -- ---
SoM by Dr. J. M. Jomj6
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Ll N ES %r
Tlirfjijjrb ticketm to New York, P
New Haven, New London,
f ill Provideijee, Full Itiver, Boston &W
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rat*%i I.MWER Tlf.%N VIA ANY OTHER LINE. ITUm"
0 trains every Thurmlay. leaving -larkmonville as follows:
0 Via tlW Sell Islall(IM ........................ 10:101I.M. (MetropolitanUm
0 Via Plant Symtem ........................... 3:15 1). m.
0 Via Healmard Air Lim ....... ............. 7:44) p. m. (Fast Mail.)
flawmengerm lpave Daytona5:29 am and
3:22 pill. making clome eonw-c-tionp.
For illutdrat*41 matter, dittgrams. n-pwrvationm, ticketp. etc.,
A4 W, P)(E. Agent, 220 Wept Bay
6+4). If. Chirk, Lom-ni.%gent, Daytona, Fla.
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUN
To Key Went and Havanalvis Penizisular and Occidental Steamship (U)mpany.
To Nova Scotia, CapeBreton and Prinee Edwards Wand via Boston and Canada.
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlotte"town.
Summer Tourist TickeLs
Will be on Pale until Sept. 30, to the principal n-sorto throughout the country.
limited to return Oct. 81. Write the undersigned, and mvite where you wimh to
go, and proper information will be ldven.
Summer excursion rate to Washington. D. C.. from Daytona $44-30, with I--) (JILY
transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to (k-t. 1*11, 1902. Intembangeable
mileage tiekets good over 13.000 miles of among the print-ipul railvay$4 in the
southern states, am on saAe by the principal agentA4.
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, tk-ket agent, or ad(ln'+0
F. M. JOLLY, IN vision Passenger Agent, 138 Went Bay St.. .1 iu-k son vil le, Florida,
T. M. EMMRW)N. H. M. W. M E RM)N, W.J.CRA141,
Traffle Manager Anst. Traffic Manager (len. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
A ItAterary Kleptomaniac.
Arnong k'rench writers no one car-
ried the profession of the literary brig-
and to such an extent as Mine. de Gen-
Us. In 1830 her evil way9kbrought her
Into the courts of law under very dis-
creditable circumstances. Bout. the
publisher of a series of manuals. eD-
gaged her for the suin of LIG to write
a "Manuel Encyclopedique de I'En-
fance." The manuscript. which had
been paid for. was on the point of be-
Ing printed when it was discovered to
be an exact copy of a book of the same
kind published In W-10 by 11. Daswha.
I do not find It easy to understand the
audacity of a writer who would perpe-
trate a fraud of such enormity or the
Imbecility which would suppose that
It would not easily be detected.
Another time she contributed to a
Paris newspaper a feuilleton which
turned out to be a close reproduction
of a romance printed some twenty
years before. Surely the poor woman
suffered from literary kleptomania,
Reason and Instinct.
A certain north country miner was
particularly proud of a clever little
dog he possessed. At times he was apt
to claim a little too much for blot pet,
and one uioruiu.,- a neighbor was en-
deavoring to lioint out the difference
between Instinct and reason when an
amusing interruption occurred.
A seedy looking tramp turned the
corner, and the dog, without so much
as a word from his master. sprang Into
the road and offered battle.
"There you are," laughed the miner
as the dog suappotl anti snarled round
the heels of the tratup. "'e don't like
the look of the chap. That's Instinct.11
Suddenly the tranip turned and kick-
ed the dog Into an adjacent field.
"There you aire.- ejaculatetl the min-
er's friend grinily. "The chap don't
like the look (if the dog. An' that's
reason."- London Tit-Bits.
year. off and on. with rmistipati4m, I il-
had been troubled a7 I
iononew and mick headset". Nothing wellio-41 11) dI) lilt-.111 v gottill.
Oneday &friend no4ked me %vhat the trouble "as. Mhell I topl-I
him lie m-onimended R-IT-A-N-S Taloides. Tliat vI'lling" I goot I
box. and after the wwond box I loegan too fet-I si miji-h ro-fivf ilml I
kept on with them. I have Hipains T.0mles in the
now and carry It package of thein in mY pqwket.
One gives rehei.
The F'ive-Cent law-ket is enough f4 or an ordin.iry im-casion.
The family bottle, 60 cents. volItMUS it
mupply for it year.
Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry,
-DIXIH FLYER 11OUTE"
- -- '
No). 4--I)ixie Flver-4,'arriem Pullman Draxviii-- Ittomn 11-0ett Slo4-11itte Ca",
Jacksonville tti St. j,4)jjio4 ftn(l JjU-kf'A)11ville to Chit .1-140 Withiout 4-Immure. mitking
41im-t conneeti(m at Nashville with sleeping 4-skrs fi)r bmisvillo- and 0114-11111ati.
()Illy stops at f4j]14)wing A. V. & W. statimis: Crawfoird, Baxter mid Farvt).
Thmugh maches twtween Jacksomvilk aml Miu-4m.
No. 2-Dav Exjin-ss---Stl)lm4 at fill A. V. ok W. I-ni stntitln- M-Ik" dif-44-t
n"-tionm for ail points West and Nerthwe"t. Vi,1 114 )t 11 4 '4 WdVil' 11141 MaA-1 111.
Conmwtitm,4 made at Jai-kaonvilk- with all nowthimound trains i)f the
Air Line and FWridu Fast Ctmst Rys.
E. H. BARNES, Gen. Sup't. S. 1). PICKETT, (;--n. PuRs Akt.
'ILLINOIS CMENTRAL RAILIRC)PAD
A.C.11AGERTY. East'n hi,4. A I ien. PaWL
19 St. I te St.. Nwx Y t Irk. 2oj4 Wemt N, St.. Itu-kmpnTi1bp
pullinalk 111ilare Sleeping Cam from .1ticksonville to St. jiii.; .1114, ti) 'mos. 1). IIALEY. boval Frt. .%Wt. C. 11. 1.4)VEI.I., Asst. Flit. Supt..
leaving Jackmnivilk- daily tit M p. ni., via the fat-11's flog.111 St.. -lack-somville. .,4)4,t Hogan St., JacksonviW.
- ,. -tkl
The G"t Through Car Line from florida-C. nnwtionw
The Atlantic-Coast Line, via Chark-ston. Richmond
E ast The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
The Southern Ry. via J~up, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Naphville via mont1p)mery.
W est The Southern Ry. via Havannab, Columbia, Anh ville
The Mobile & Obio R. R. via montgomery.
Vid Savannah and Ocean Steanwhip company for
New York, Philadelphia anti Booton. %
E ast Via Savannah and merchantm and Minen Trunmlx)r
tation company for Bel t iniore.
Via Norfolk and henmerm for New York, Baltinjore
The "Chicaun) mid I-Ifirilla Limited~ is the iiiiii-kest, train from 8L Q
and Jackmonville tt) 41mmini),oura. 'Nasliville, 1-4juisville aind Chicago with,
fillest Ollservatimi .11id slvelper%. diningears, ete., throvegb
I'lle f.1111411is 11\vr- all div Yenr i-mind sk-eper via AtIbasoft
Afartill to St. Lwlit, witbolit 1-11;111941. log
Forinforniation rul.-itive ti) nit#-s. -w-lit4hile. ete-tw formleppprreepvTutlIouwTnw*O,
4'. E. 11AICILM Geii. Pn;s.%urvnt. E.. J. WALKER, Fla. Paw Avolki
Allant.i. isa. 3neksonville, IT
IL F SMITH. Tralli.- -11;iwwrev. N.isliville, Tenn.
I'llt< lof thit.
and "Dixis- s11,4-1ving cars
The Shortent, Route.
Tino B"st Line.
Doul& Daily Serviee, Including Sundays to
SAVANNAH, COL17MBIA, CAMDEN, sorrimitx vim.s, RICHMONI)
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA an,] XFW Y010
with THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the 4 onlY Line Oloeratin;
Ilaily Through Pullman Car.Servive loetween.lacks(mville and New Orleatim
]Practice and Preackluff.
When the late Bishop Hare was pre-
siding over a Methodist Episcopal
church In New York city, a large re-
ception was given in his honor, to
which a brother of his, a lawyer, who
closely resembled the bishop, was in-
During the eveDing a tueuilwr of the
conference %.-Ijo had never met the
bisbop's brother approached Iiiin and,
shaking him warmly toy the hand. said:
"Good evening, Bi*;ho)p Ilare. I
greatly enjoyed the serinon you gave
us today. It is just what this church
"You are mistaken In the person,"
said the brother, sinilitig, no he pointed
to the bishop on the oploosite side of
the room, "that Is the man who preach-
es; I practice."
His Quaint suarwestion.
A Frenchman, who appears to have
been of a thrifty turn of mind. con-
ceived the idea In 1878 that too much
valuable time was being wasted In
cleaning sardines when preparing them
for the markeL He found a way of
preparing them without cleaning them,
and on this lie took out letters patent.
Apparently he had some slight misgiv-
Ing as to whether the public would be
perfectly suited with his Invention,
and so In his claim lie makes this
Fish put up toy this process may be
slightly unpleasant to the customer at
first, but be soon gets used to It.
Taverns In Sweden.
Taverns In Sweden are closed on Sat-
urday, which is pay day, while the
savings banks are kept open until mid-
night. This plan Induces the workmen
to Invest their money where it will pay
them Interest Instead of In alcoholic
Not Exactly a Compliment.
Hewitt- Iguorance is bliss.
Jewett-You'd better get your life In-
Jewitt-You're liable to die of joy.-
New York TiLues.
The Modern Juvenile.
Alotber-Why, Frankie, what are
YOU -CILding In that book about bring-
trig up children?
Frank- I'm just looking to see
whether I'm being property brougbt
For further Information write to
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asmt. Gen. Pa-m-4. AWnt.
No.3 No. I
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Ar .............. VaJdosta ............ Lv 4:3--p am ......... :,P:(H) 11111
Ar ............... Mm-on ............... Lv I I : --p --) pin ......... 11:21 aill
Ar .............. Atlanta .............. Lv -S:30 pin ......... 7:.'so ain
Ar .......... Chattatm ogit .......... Lv 3-110 pm ......... 3:0-5 aill
Ar ............. Naimlivillo .............. 1,%- 9:34) am ......... 9:341 pill
Ar ............... M artin ............... Lv 7,:1:,) nin ......... 3:47 pm
Ar .............. St. Lonis ............. Lv 141:15 lim ......... N::If; m il
.kr cl-livag(l Lv 6-10 joill
7:21 tint ......... SIX) pin
10:;-).-) ant ......... 11:15 pin
4:141 pin ......... 3:55 uni
7:45 put ......... 7 :25 ant
I:i w) atilt ......... 1:00 pin
6:40 still ......... f )::o 5 PHA j
12:01 pin ......... 11:441 pill
7:24 pill ........... 6:52 ant
12:441 pill ......... 2:30 ant
4:1 -P pill ......... 7:24; ant
......................... 9: 15 tint A
Tri- Weekly Sailings
JA SONVIELLi and NEW YOJUIO-i
Callingat S. C.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICL
The Clyde New England and Southern
JACKSONVI]LUX. BOSToN AND PKOVIDXNCgv
AND A1.1, XASTEVILN POINTS.
C.111in,"It I'lla rlq-t mt Roth Ways.
SIEMI-WEEKLV SAILINGS. J.7
r ............ Louisville .............. Lv
r ............ Cincinnati ............ Lv
.............. Clliviw o .............. Lv
3:00 itin ......... 2:3-5 Ism
11:17) pill ......... 11:4 17) It"]
7:fm) Ism .........................
Northbouad ....... .. .
from foot Catherine street,
CLYDE*S ST. JOHN*8 RIVER LINK.
Between Jacksonville and Sanfolrd
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RIXESPRIM;Sand 111t4-1-11144H.1t.- RIVEP.
cm T. c. 11. H* I tOCK
Is APP( )I VIIED TO kill A-14 Y(II.I.MVS:
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1 .4-a %-4- S; 1116 1 1-d ................................................. %14 pill lays a ill 1 1,11111,44 lays itt
General Passenger and Ticket Am
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
Faint Heart Won.
Dora-How niany times did you re-
ruse Jack before you accepted him?
Ethel-Only once. lie m-in#41 so dimp-
couraged I was afraid to try it again,
-New York Weekly. Ad
A WORM KILLER.
Montgomery. Puxico. A'ayne
Co.. Mo.. writes: A have little twin
girls. lijve [well ImIthel"I with
wormsall their lives. I tried ever I ything
to relieve them which failt4l until I u8ed
White*s Cream Vermifuxe. the firpt two
domem brought four worms from one of
them. the next two domes. twelve. one of
them measuring twelve inchep; the other
.-hild wa-nl, -C 9,--
W- IMMAIWA lrww
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Western & Atlantic Railroad,
Air Line Railway.
"Chicaio and Florida Limited" fi*
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
To St, Louis and Chicago