The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title:
Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?

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Daytona daily news
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Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)


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VoL 14. No. 1.

Dmopna. Florida, June 14. 1902

54w. f~m


.A new invoice of P'ainti. you wilsh to brighten ii juist give us
a call. We keep an anmortment of l'aiuts. Valuislws. Enamels. Oils. I
Stains. Japan. Turpentine. Brusltem. vt,. v

tois at


W. H. EIJMONDSA),N. aijagw.r.
119 North heau'hi S'trret.

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I'p to this date the following vatidi-
date art in the field for isountyv ilt s.
and we want to) draw the iIttentillon of
the voters of Volunia 'County t theaih
announivimi'ntM on anotheM'r pae:
Frank W. Sams. New Smi-runa.
Charkw L. Smith., lhytonii.
Thomas J. Sparkman. 'ort Oranige.
J. J. Vinzant. lIteLind.
S. B. Wilon., lteLacd.
D. !P. Smith, New Smnyrina.
T. L,. odgA(lrs, Daytotna
W. II. McBride, S1.-ville
Frank E. Bond, D.eLand
i. 1). BrookL. Ontt'rni
T. J. Murray. New Smyrnal
KBflaIiN lot41A ofi rt 'HI- 'lTKli l'oiN
F. F. Knapli, itaytoina

Fi it NT:-Illi'h tolltage onl thi'
board walk next to Br-akern olitel iat
tSahbr'ee, tcomletlytl furanit linid an--
modeled. Apply to Mirs. 11. C. Brry..
Valley street, Sealhros-e.


Editor Gasette-News:-Mr. Jolley int a
recent insue of his laper cotlients onu
the material uped iin n-pair on Ill-ach
siteet, statiun that iuterial to
costly to use on a sipec'ilien bloUk" of
treet is too ueotly for use in road
making-a pirolpoition which is true. if
such was the case. But this statement
in not true, as he evidently misunder-
stood the circumstanisM attending the
cost of that particular jut of material
which was rock broken by hand, and
was the iarplus left froIn the material
used in concrete work on Ridgewotod
bridge repair. This material if used on
the streets in large quantities. prepared
by use of machines, would, iu my
opinion, he the cheapest of any material.
considering its lasting qualities, that we
could make use of.
Broken stone proli'rly preparelt and
laid makes the eiLt stand most lasting
road known. The course rock A makes a
foundation which keels tlh bled thor-
oughly drained, the finer grades a ,ur-
facing which when lirolirly rolled gives
asmuooth, hard and collmparatively 'frte
froni dust surface, not tos lie o3btaiiied
from any other material within our
The question of the ability of thle city
to buy the machines to pirelpar- and lay
a material of this kind is yet to ibe de-
termined by the eletitorsl and sihouldt be
considered from the staudlpoint of
economy, taking the cost tif streets perW
foot made of such material as is nowi
used, their average life. cost of repair,
together with their general conditions
comparing them with like street made
of rck. the interest on cost of machines.
and the ability of t he city to pay prin-
ciple without extra taxation to meiiett
these demands. And if these iproblk'ums
can be solved I think the rock streets
will bie assured. C. .. SMITH.

i@Thee Bllurgoi hoius. lot -" liy .'ii'.
on alley stlt,. iwpeninisula. is for saile at
#2,000: or for rent at ilO joi monlilithl.
Apply to any agent.


Worlk is lit Last to I-gin inl earinestt onil
thi completion hi iof t lie 'ast toast Canal.
betwtven the< Halifax and Matanzas
Rivers. Gen. -'. Miles. g-niieral lu maagt.r
of thI' tlmpanIiy, hIas just retuirnled frolmi
lIeailluirt, N. '.. when.' hle piurhia.Sd two
large and atidcapable dnlrdges. lIt \vaus Ie-
tonulilaiani-h. on the trip by Calpt. Jim
lilltoll, alle x'ert i'chalni'c. who imiade,
a thorough iinslte'tii iof t i' dre dges.
Arrauiilgtliiits anl iowt biig ii iadt' to
iueli' 1 tU towhout to liinlg the di-l.dgee
downii tlle coast. (Oie' of tlhelli will it.
luit to %%ork oil tihe north and onll at the
.stntli tlld of tthe' 'ut. It is uiiderstood
that thi pitlenlit compaiiy a deterainiiied
to puSh this part of the work Lby digging
thi icallnal to completion.
Capt. llinton % ill iprobatily hiar'charge'
of the operations of tie dredges. It i.N
alto itiiiated that fhirther oleratiolns
% ill bA. 'oildutrted after t lie runalu is aliiatl
linav igalle l..ltLv.wtl t lIhis piort anld tline
llalifi\ lli0 ,r -St.. Allull.tilil t. ui-rd.

Mi ri. Jl J. lbiiiglais the Iliilliniir.
still iaS. s0onli' hat. oin liaiild. strt-t ihats.
walking hats and all kind. of trilinlinis.
Call early i.flo'tin they ar' all rci.sed out.


hector Mordt.i. of Dayttona. \\is ii
Ieour village v.lllilinu on frin.1ids.
I'. .. illert.son ii- lpnpar'ing to build ia
large sail iaut to use iixt\l ix ilter at. anS
excursion boat
t'ai lor mlani<'eIj. i iaiIi an adiitiion
built to tihI cottage that th.-y an. i-u-
pyii on tllula ti n tilli aeiulih.


U.Nte't hut' Of al" MIITHA- SON.

friends iii No-v%- Yuik.
Thehm.Iiia I rmarke~t is. u. .'.ve*l sii ppl i.d

Mrs. Watson ii sitael %%ithIifriendis in

SIfirfl f .11a rt, inineedi f stat ~' n.'r v,

m~rta. .1. WV. Jo hnson ha~s r't imnred fri iii
a visit ti) her mui,thier at Ilmiitsv ille-. .ln.l.

The salary of t ~lie Pst mas~ter at Da.% -
tona has lswn jusreasoed frmnsll*1.74W) to

C'hiarle.s Dobbins won-.' iive'r to Crm'n'st't
(City' last we~ek.
H atrris. th.I~' jiiutiigrapilisr. lhas farithIilli
thW IriLCll sizsmi oin izgg wiuitslandlis lmis'.
gettilig r il.furit.

[)if IA%.t o) Iii a fs''.'.(f hti.. fifrill, 'Is 'l'li111-%ilav
evvtilhag ut fList week.
C'. Ituckmiia,itif .lackim% Mi,. e. '.~is sba~k-
i fg 1.11 Ian s '%%it I I Ihis n nIIIIIII .( I I I ; D. % 401.1t i
friends Siituril.1% lau4t .

J[. C. 1'ettepbier returned lhi me fri .,
New York Thumiday.


1@,A-'unith & ,Smn have 1z4-0iV'ival ZtIh a ,III ,III t ii. i t I IYo 1-11 1 -0,--f.) I With
muent of *Silver- bhra~ndishirts. Pr ~ido ,; ii.m.ill the' chauir.
NMrb. .1. A. Dliuglass ;iud i-Lildlr~i-i i Ii'i.Ad .Siiti t~'
visiting with friends in DoLand. 1eti ~l~
PcWi its-.el' n *witimeeti bil" lot;ae

M1rs. l'aretti. 4of l'iiiii lPark. % jsitd 1.,11-1.4-4 pid
'xithilfr'i#-'utsk il .I%.itoal ii t lilt' t I e V .N M I~lyt i. 4'siii'iit .I[

Wert. N. t. 2-4 70

CortI. Haeim ii.-..alairv Mayv. ;3..-

All. M..1. Eratitiliuig fent iif, Palatkat 1. W ~ilkilhiil. 'ithlar 2.-
WeilzesdaY mo' rning ret uzuiiringtbth I it :.lti s'i.iEi..1 N I

Dl~oljhs Mayos. ofIi 4 iatsitid was ill tif ".Il
Moniday and favored our -41114 i11111 %%it ;I dtl
at pleasani1lt call. X 'nh.ta. r111
Mlr. uandlMr-A. S. lV. riltlst o If il'aild ill 11:111;pt 11t.25

wer. il.l. str ii- l'yttimaald r4I ~is .ttr'rf-l ,tzqltJs U i*
t -#4 :t WI llifIt* Vi I t Ia?? he I.. i[ ai'' I v MI.If C4siajit I frL
iii~~ all I fI Iv a ~aiil' i .p I ;i ~eIw-;Ill 11.4e- 4rlit's-it l 4-s

Is'v..I. I. I', irahim ii aIrt .te il.ld at il,'e'tinIg
oif tfni laptit l-li tist Yopll I' ii0li
lit St. Augustineti' ii. \'.,.k
t-la-atither dr'ss suit is's *2.7--o. ini(
tationi leather 1.401. SMITil & So
"'I'h l aytona 1- lP oiipally arl .gelting
their old plant iii readini'ss tIo -hip toi
.I is Wl. wvher'i t he.v \\ ill oINrate it.
I "' ,ie St l.t;:--. 'otilu l liinlin or.lil"-i.
('all at riottag so.uiih olf {i*rvi\\. Sea-
b3N- .A llillln IhI, \ isit*.,r I to .l;.rk-,of ill-
tlhis \,'e k r\\ l r I t. 1 I V l. \ i l. r.
J \ in \;il/.ih ;iil, a I :. St.' ;iark..\.
r 'I'le 1 n.111 'ri,, 4ifl ol I 0. llR i\% -011 \\ ill
I" r I-\ .,d h irli ,oif hi, il, tli. \\ lii h
o >uriir-d C> l t<'l\l anlu ,. liio. \\ ,W edi l.. li\ .
er "T o t l h r .iit lin. |Iiil lic.- ;.,o. II.

11l 1rk IhI.t. istIz1 -.41i ; l a In. !.i* t -wk 4s:k 5 11 I I"~

iiiot in il t .-l4.4,111, Iii r.u-;III and ~s- ~ x li.1-1thMs-'. xWi

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To Close Out

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One Half Price.

New line shoes and oxford ties just received

The well known Hamilton and Brown Shoes

have no equal*

We sell them. j 0 4

See our Job Counter for low prices on Shoes.

2Voore $3ros:

I1. M I II% l'.. 'Ii

I, I ~IoS

Nh~ a.INh 1 I~thsx'- hIltI.lo II ias hillx'.litjI'' : '1. 11 .Ils I"m'I s: sI-if;
I ill.' ) nIsII'If laii i~2 IIt s fl 'i. al.- Il 1.I I M 1Fl. 11i It ;. I,. i -I iI It I fI tIf1
li i Il l. M a..t I I l iiputlii L i tl : l\.I[ i t l' F -

Next SunIday i afternoon e t ii,.at three l'l 1.. IIo i k.I,, il \\ I'r.
in tGrace chluir h ie\. Arnold, instead -of I "I;i I .'I.hI ~h,.c-
pi a'hilig a s lrm li. ill tell i i t i"Sm Tli ,l \1". si t 3 I i .- li.. I. -.
hita L and is i w in ig one il h-a bli lIh \ .it ; h..1 i> l, :\ t I |.il..- i Ii F- T i. I i I I i tl .i I ,
m is sio n a ry s o, -ie tie.,t .\. h ,r,, h l b i ii n i l. i in ,, ai l ti iii ,i t- :i ;l'! ;l ,' u it,' i'1 i il ti ,11 i ... I
\ ill. t lis. t. l a\ i ii iii. i. i I. I 'F
Ieo. McDal)aitiel has imprlli lved the ai I eI veii' thi uses iol .in l. il. .\ i :i1 ,ii ini,., i.-.,'
ieearaiice f f his hliu in i lake very i n'i i I'-it.i \ is 1eiiig ir.l iiz.. .,I oi ,to \l,.h li-
Lty adding a Iol-lrch toI the frout of tu lh,. dioi ri,.' I Ia ilii. -. o i li. ..
ollu e allnd takilig a\a\ tlie kit h .it en that ", '\ ail T,, il 1iiirlI. |
was at tlie north endI ..S > isi A SN \ Tlh' \ t isa s.- Iir ni liallln
F. Illtiha ii itI tha i. hiill ik L ,, ,.. a li, srI ,Ii -i ili"-1 i 1 illil, \, til i-i, ,i I,, isl1.x t,,l i tr *i
launch that hlie used la- t inter and t hi, ,, tin on th. l.:. who "Il l -.1 t' 'i h" It 1,
goiiig tio buil a larger anld im re .l m ve-I th r | m lil' ,.i u I l is .. a. k ri liie i .- it n1 I k t hi
uient hull to put Ils elag l iiin so as t.i L *h.,'x ,i-,l ,.x ,als iI,| iL l i- ,In t i :iall i
pellpar d f4or ne\ t w iliter'. Ioi ristls s:Lddle aIl. -i lt ,.- -Il l' ,\ I t l h .- Ii l .I I ti I;,, .r.i- ,i II .1. ; t -
It.- Ife I ...I. .x .- t s II. t. -i -. I.i ,' i'ill x.I .i I'it II 2-I 7\ !

Wt-e osl' tI li tat t-rank I-echl iS gooing
fto hllbuild a oi oit till ige od opposite
the Itossli place ill Ilake. Mr. lAec'h
hais lived on the Halifax for Iiltany years
anud in old l times his h eouse the, po 1st-

I \'ek I.., ilimin- .l1ile. 1 >. 1 1912

1111. 1I 1 'I l l .

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F riday ................... ...... 12: t
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We Strongly Maintain that Prices do

not prove the power of a Store as

much as Quality. IfH you shut your

eyes to Quality you can buy goods

for any Price-But not HERE.

We'd sooner have the reputation of at

charging you just a little more, for we

desire your miuinued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

diwno the standard of our merchandise.



01 .1 kiII.
Al.! Me11 l1a. d 10 at 1l'.1
D r. I). 11. I'ekillan hli in pla ei,, ii
founlltain s.pittioon ill hI d.iln it l llice..
This. with other coinveiiet pplia-e-..
toigetlhieur x ithsii, li iiartist is ill M ilssiiid iiL's.
t ile dent a l 14ill ilt litiii irl ltif lit',1 1'. t l.
liie-t ..l1ti,-e thl y hiI .Yi
T h o re' t ostll iillii ,i ,it lti
mines of the lllanoe w% hi. h li;ihle ot
ri4eeallt lia t .,i tlihe ;liil|- I ;l it
for M t. t.I''li' 1 4ll 'ie. re. ;i if iti \t r
sIN-iled Moii I'Pi.yla ; lhi'e o ns.' oIn St
Vilin ut' ;, L if iit (were-|,, ,,l Zo tfr., ;iir.
t.Mlos Mrs. Pqs l t i molis r of It{ IR.a nild i \
II. lho-teln. dlid ;l :t Holly ili!l M Nii ."
ve' nin at Olwh' ia'_ o1 (f M %,lr funeral ,1 lieli 'Tl'ui-sl;i\- Iha' liiii t '-
tllel t I til-lg ;at Ph1 i,.' ou ; ll 'l i i1'1 I;.-\
\V. .\. M. I'. > o tfi it i .,F I ;ii th,- liri ,i l -.I r-

I 'lli Ita. lli L, nit- for i1 ll- f ii. ;it

l 'li. I e I II 1 li.lif l,.i :n ll. 1! -- \i ilii I;.
lIilsoi l\\ ri i I i i 111:1 1! i:i.", \V\ ,in ,.i '
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hunrt I ln'llp | o T I
s lit i'- .' .\;iv oi i \'.-t 'V :I- :Ii t it, .1 11 I i .1
l il ,ith rl .ili 0l u '.l.. u l ol. t h 1 \\ I l i I:';ti I
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T hll 0iii i h wi,-, hI, I .i 1 I l '
' l'h iiil, f"| il- fri ll ;i ;i li' I I- ; I'.l

lver thlii- lith f ,ir14 i .liilo-so.|.
Lunch Rooms.
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i It ih i,.1 1 iikt ,li .l-0i fs "ili Ill
sils o ii I. ;iin, ii0i'ji'r ii Js ,; i! l iI. ,I
lit. \-1 a iln oi lii it-i k i ai l I 11. .i1 -
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Mrs. WVm. Watson wuis visiting friend.
here Tuesday.
W-. Learn that Mr. Knox has been ill at
his liuIoe oon Moiiind Grove.

a.ii ,3.". I'-0,.0)O.hl ial fr'y ordi.stiIti iii Mrs. 'Schitler hais rented the Mason
i I loril.i \a :iters. '*oltaie anild will move in tiis week.
ThI iia i received last xe.k made the Dr. 'iikelt,,n anJl son, Colby, also
lifthi rir l-.lit to Iloriai liy tle I ;ovelii- 11M.I. iee anid family, left Tiumday for
li tl. iii', i aN. t'. liaih car a r'i ilig 11r. PlCa.a.taiit. N. II.
:.i>0 various xa'r .or.s.s. Th'roigh the All-T. iTapper. with Mi s Louis Tupper
.'fiort' of eoiin is~sioner Ih.twiler .i i lar' s.l'i"diing ** al days tat the Prie
-i 'le,; ii e .\ t .lis has elien saved I lit ttlage i Io h' e ih.
1F1i~ti~ *. stt.. s. tsi ut:' t 11s''ltl ertide S.ilii .t I' w'ulhi ii ~u vi'nh~y0

'' ;***as.-1 -ri s .i in. rate of 2) cents per m ile
. -', : i, t .... it..ii i' ,,ir. |i. iols im.s not bet en charged.
Si. i 'l io li. his effillrts in iitiueniviug free
S iiii I I ,' F I"' i,oration ol(ier the various roads.
(, -. .' Thle distribution lof th :e : 5. 1 )000 shad
1 xi ,I ', .ll F:* 'F ,,. -,.. ,. 1 f' v ii .'. was umuale as follows:
S ,- !, ,l f :. It .\palavihi.hi la lri ier. at lRiver
-, ,I I ,l' l i l ,,-- ,I iu I ii .i ................................... ;:7 00
SI 1 N. 11 .-'. I- I li okh'kiinee ri.ver. i..iind

So ne l t i si ....ple I in ur vicinity .a
Ii'agilmiiiieg t.o i'.ei the date forth
'inkiig of ',,o:,' i has piihs. 'wd.
. liii'.s ':i.,,ll and daughter, Lahe,
left Mondai. i ,:" <'oine'tiit: the latter
will Ien ..-r w ..hiol New.'. lavLun this hidr'ii iDus esi'r'iseis on Sunday

i -ii t l- I II, II "-I'- i I Tl IiII Tallhi .ia.s. .-.............................. ;'37,.51im x're ver\r gu ,t. The church wasbea ti-
S '. ; i I ,I .:11 ,''' i iF, '. k r is, .r T, i- it1 Toiiioka .....225.11')An full) I|.'. .iratlid liler the sul pervision of
.! ,.:. ." I' I t In L ait I.,i nr.r, iea: u' 0 incy...........;:t7.3UO Ml- ..i i-S S illantonlll, .1r.. lnd the exer-
S 'I F 1, ii i F l *I h \ 1;,a ,. n \:i. i i li r, i .near .\ illa..... :7.700...tisT.i) i I il> l iie Su inay school --The Bed
S' ,' '. -" ai .i i ii Ili ill I.-,, I i ,.'.k. at Sluprii-cei'reek..22.7..i0.0i I'l- Ii'rlsad,.." was w ;ll rendered;
F. F i ,' IF lii1 I'-1 ,"" l it linSt- Ii\i'r. atl alatka.... Il>0,l>l t -oli of th ll hiii 'ii \\.ner.* dilessi in c4 -
i i .',I .. 'T iF i i. .,' Ii as initeni dedl ti aket' o-lisig ienl l.t I 'i.,.. I re|. lem:-l:i linlg diJ erenitl countries.
I 1 I'ill Ittoe. Alalia i .ii.- l a d I'arlral lIle. lTh..l ii's ess of tishe ocai. i ion in due to
li but a delay of tetlve louirs. due to an M.sdf.a'et u Shaw anid, and Mim
v I F 1\-F, \ I'I,-Ik ,i.s,h-init tiot lii' earuatJacksouville. made .Jennie Tupler, who drilled the little
it islili.stivet'- tIo plant the fry at ounsv'. as on;es'. .A ciIllhhtiion of '14) wasi taken up
For Sale Cheap. i- t' 0.Ilng1 tisl1 had almost already ab- for their Sunday s.-hio:l so.'iety.
'it,, 111ri' ; I ; ii-,I ih:ai I lii lhlliL. -u rlI .l tlile,.egg s a s, and it wis l necesPs-
F F 1 F F F I sir 2;' liii i Y i ,ike i.he dtistributio sn as rapidly
..... .-' ,,-,,, \,.. ,.t. F 1111...liti lioils'.h as paoisiblnt. SIoprlell STATE GETS OVER $3,000,000
'i '. I. .., i is ri l'k .nih.l "'Toiok. river were' thile only -
,.,a.-r .coii.'s ili the lE;inst C'oiau to be Tie House olf Ii'rrs.I.intaitiveg at Wash-
Sippli lI e Sli,'l.i'i' Creei'k distribution i:igt'-lii ltas ado. pted., finally, the confer-
.1 i .... .... .. ,,1 l ,,. i. fir i s iili t on thli East Coast as i nce reporli'i t on the river anid harbor bill.
.. i. : .! -, ;, .. l \I. .ir. .i ,li. 11, irilrutioi h.s .ever iien madell The Stint.. of Flnriila is intenete-d to
; .F .. I. 11,11 ', ,, Ti'lh, rI "i i,. ,ie rii -tl i i lt io ii of t.-)0.0 i l the St. extent tof nearly two andil a11 half m illosi
S"i .\ .. ... 1,.i' .s,,halms ri\. r t;it i':latka was t sitet'ial of dollars, the items i 'iing as follows
Fi. I "''F F : ~' hi o It ,i i.i llu'elt. thi. e, \tra umoi)u t haviiig St. .Johin riv.,r. .J;i'kso.iav il!e to ocean,
F- F F' ,. *, i;i \\.iF- \ '\ i!,." .'l ll i,..n -.i tii. fo i 1his spei'-.ia l iMint.. $1.3 M,I -., *" .. .,' F 'l ". ;' lTii,-:1. l.-,0.OOnl sh al fry were ship ld ,l ial i. ll. ;3 N).00l0.
; ," ... .. -,.' i T 1i.i. l .1 ,h ii i li ,,ilh.h i..iei, tW asihin touii h'ark. a s last J'a iCarrall mle, $20,( '0.
i .... ,, .... i, ,i h, i \ ..1 : ,L r,., ,|.-lr;i,.. lid., :ilnld filoliluces- K .Vy W est., 100.OO .
I \: ,i.i, ,1.- ,. V .I llillsborio liay. $1"l0.00.
.- ". ..*l F F,,. , ii-I liihat t l.- io nliiiiilnt \\ ill s',il to .ipalhitailii' i Hay, $10 0,I O.
.i- .-.d '-,i ti.e ist ate' liuath.-ry xill \ii 'iensuola. $220),0)00, out of which
1.. i F. ,., ,1 i. l P,, ,.. 1 1, r ,;. I, u i i tii' i-tr a illothiPr .1iJ.5 i0, in to bL s e int for dredge to be
S\ F i \,, 1' .' F ii- 'l i.-hli;itl.hvry., lir n hsi hIll'I.0 0 F iitdI at, 'e'ns ui olla.- Aipali hicola and
,- i.-r,.i ;515l1ri'rilat,'l. w ill probai bly i 'arratell.
,F.F I iail; ;id -it.-'d ai iii neitr Saiiforil. Snaggitng dredge fr general uwe ia
i. i.111.-l ri aIs i tl 1.1 t "l.i ii i -o lhid l thi'e llrlpinalti FIlridi waters. $35,J0)0J
I 1 ; -liiri',,i \x i ;:. iht'leitlki- ol sll i Inside route Iwetw .s ee l Sav niilnaihl a d


tt t tul isfI~ ilils

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I isiian itiv,r. 2$sJ
N olusiat Bar. *2.)004)
fi-arisi~ra-rve-r, *9,504

KiSJe-lat''. rail-. fS.WIill .

41 rx% -1.11.Nkitirit '. Arnelots-., ,Uvwaln"
isje it tllui'~i i'liirivs'i-rs, $35,h0W).J

4 Jr'a 114e .61:IS 1s itatpsi, 3IJ.(JIN.

An Ordinance to late lhit :ii.i' total of 2,377,000, ex-
Acceptance of Prtwate Wayr .IIki. ,f -iurv'ty which are authorized
byl w City of Daytona. I,' i hi- Malisit,;.. Il t.. S Andrews Ba .
1'. r ~ihl' l l> i0 ('1111 14oi )'0111il1 1 ,
,I 1 t...... ii '.ui hiat'lots latarboIr Ilillibotro Bay, Black-
1,, -: .... 10,1 :i, hli,.,- 0r i ,;npl:iuit it. xtte'r lilty. V lusia Bar. Nupke. lHar.
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Si 1.,.,t \1,! M ;.,i' i, -.-,',',in .'ll 110 (,;....d th-\li lh -r Sunday afternoon
S* # I' !** .... ; ll Il' "II ,ll-k I illef. \% h r hl \\ illl llls wit -k
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"I ha1'. uIscJ \our H Ir Vigor
for fil. .c r: ; nJi a:ln greatly
pleased \ith it. It certainly re-
stores the or .,ial color to gray
hair. It kucils inv, hair s>tt."-Mr.
Helen Kilkun!ny,N.*w 'Portland. Me.

Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restor.,i color to
gray hair fo:. if:y years,
and it nr:.r tails to do
this work, cithir.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping
your scalp clian, and for
making vcur hair grow.

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PAnW AEvery Saturday.

SD)W. FITZGERALD, l'r sunum.

blsl- riptioa $1.50 per Year in Advance.
saiag Notices 10c per Line Each Time.

wl at the Postofle at Daytona,
SFlorida as Second Class Matter.

S.BSaturday, June 14. 1902.

The Crystal News is among the latest
Florida newspaper bidding for public
favors. The first number of the publica-
ties came to our table last week. and it
is brim full of news. Here's our W'

* "Bosw" Barrs of Jacksonville evidently
thought he was the whole Democratic
party of Florida. It's beginning to look
.ow asifa number of the county executive
committees considered hint very small

Congre"m has made appropriations for
dredging out several Florida rivers. An
g ort should be made to secure an ap-
propriation with which to dredge out
the bar at Mosquito Inlet, and also the
channel of the Halifax river.

The@ far there emems to e lino oppomi-
S tion to any of the present, iinct-nibents
S of the county offices who arem -andidates
Sor reflection. The majority of the
people of Volusia county are well
iatnled and that they will aill e
e-elected is an assured fact.

The Hotel Continental. at Atlantic,
SBeach, opened for the summer last Sat-
urday. This hotel is under the manage-
w' mentof the Florida East Coast Hotel
usm and it is maintained in the same
high standard for which their winter
hs are become famous.

The city council of Bartow has ipa ed
Sa ordinance prohibiting the sale of fire-
works within the city limit. Bartow
I ecoastructedmoetly of frarne buildings
and the city fathers think that fireworks
an dangerous to the community in the
S haids of the average small boy.

No doubt one of the most able lawyers
apad jurists in the State is Honu. Williami
S Bocker, ofOcala, who is a candidate
I' irtoflce of Justice of the Supreme
C Ort. Judge Hocker was Judge of the
i Oreit court of the fifth district for
ght years. and during that time he
a owed his high conception of public

Touag men who become 21 years of
e before the first of January. 190I1.
allstpay poll tax for 194.01 to entitle
m to vote in the primary election
July 15th, and this poll tax must be
1. aiM on or before July 5th. All voters
'sokmid look to their poll tax receipts and
n O that they have paid their tax for
1900 and 1901. If in doubt ee any
candidate for office and he will explain
to you what is required.

Toaig men who have reached their
majority since the election of 1900. and
baOmgrats who hare moved into the
is ty since then have still a few hours
elt in which to register, if they have not
aheady done so. so as to enable them to
vote ithecomingprimary. I' registered
vo Te in the Daytona precinct should
S cal pon Robert L. Smith. the registra-
tio ofller, this afternoon before six
e'loek and inscribe their names on the
hbak. But they should remember that
Oti will entire them to vote in the
primary only, and not in the general
ehetion in November. To rote then
they must register on the regular books
whe they are opened in August.

Wilkinson Call hoa announced that he
will be a candidate for the I'nited States
Besite front Florida in opposition to
SbastorMallory. Call hia long ago out-
Uved his usefulness in loublic life, and is
wastfng his time and money in looking
lorthesenatorial plum. Last week he
chalenged Senator Maillory to a series
Aof If before the people of the State-
-buil actor Mallory. toeing very busy
S ookit after several very iitportant
asss-rm of vital interest to Florida.
very properly declined, and in his reply
said that Call's reason's wihy he should
take the preweni mnator's seat "were
oaaed on nothing more substantial
dte the vagaries of his own distorted
imagination," or in other words. that
he had wheels in his head.

itHOW Ti AVOnlo T Illt II.E.
Now in the time- to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of C'hamntber
li hn's Coli, tCholera anti Diarrhoea
,n medy. It is almost certain to be.
S1Mded before the sumninr is over. and if
peroiued now may save you a trip to
tow lin the night or in your busiet sea-
M. It is everywhere admitted to be
te most succte vful niedk-ine in use for
bowl complaints, both for children aind
l adults. No family can afford tow e with-
out it. For sale by all druggists.

The goodness In us Impresses thee
around as for their good, since good is
always stronger than evil.-Ladies'
Rbme Journal.

t If you beard, look on the bright sidc.
euhi-Bg Is better for the system than
lPUMMa.-At-chtson Globe.

S Tohave good health, the t oldy sho io
e pt ii a laxative condition. and tlim
haowl moved at iast ontw a day, so
hal Ul S nuoi,,lnbo ,-Wat.-s ar .. -


Is a moral phielple good for all time
or only for an occasion? Is a political
principle a rulefor the weak to plead and
the strong todisregard? "What isthe
Constitution between friends?" said a
Coaasessman to the dispenser of patron-
age, but the Constitution is still the ar-
biter of our political life. and he is fool-
ishly reckless who disregards the fact.
Why. then, should not all admit that
the South erred only when it claimed
the right to leave the Union ? She her-
self will freely admit that she blundered.
and it should never be charged that she
sinned against the law as it was since
the Supreme Court has decided the
point in her favor. After all these years.
then, would it not be well to admit this
status and lie done with it ".
But this would show the Reumllio- nl
party was wrong in its beginning and
Iha been wrong ever since-an adnis-
slon some will make in deeds but never
in words. "If you do not believe your
party is right. and you cannot get within
it why not rote for its opponent?"
said Mr. Spooner to Mr. IIhar. Why not
indeed? W',e cannot believe that the
venerable Se-nator from 1lMassi-achuttse
dreads the e -ffect on his political future-
it must iw that lie regards with too great
mrverene a 'consistency to nine which
does not exist in fact-a mental conoii-
tion unworthy such a man. Yet
Hoar applies too tihe -ituiatioin in the
Philippines every moral argument adl-
vanced by tihe reprns.-ntatives i of the
South to jnstify it. position-the only
difference is that tlhe South had thi.
written law inn tlier favor as well.
Colmiing. then. to tlieh r .eonstruction
era. we read that Mi. Io11r sUiliported
with all thel' weihrt of hi-s el.mii.n"'. aind
authority thie Re'piihlictin ,eirt t to turn
the governniet of ani .nglo-.Sixon popiu-
lation, and ton' of the ricliesi t ",tions of
the earth. over to the ignorant and thi-
untit. yet we hear the lPresident whom
he now sirpplorts declare in a studied
"Tihe slowly learned andl ditticult art
of self-govermnent, an art which our
people have tauihlit tlienmselves by the la-
bor of a thousand years, cannot Ime
grasped in a day bly a people only just
emlierging from conditions tof life which
our anoettors left behind then in their
dinm years before history dawned."
Now. the Filipinos are at least as caloa-t
ble of self-governmnnet as. were the ex-
slaves in 186.,. yet they are denied time
government of their own land beo-ause of
unfitness. though tihe negrfes were also
set over a people who had learned the
"difficult art" bly centuries of experience'
The President is where the senator-
should have leen in Is'1o. but twe ttind
the senator now arrayed against hiui'.
Who can wonder at the surprise o the
senator's colleagues 0
Might it not be well for the Republi-
can party to make a clean breast of the
matter-to say openly it was wrong in
the past but is right now. and so de-
serves the support of the whole country "
Would not this tol an uianswer crushinir to
the objections of Senator Hoar andt ile
other erities of tie administration? But
what shall we think when thie l'r-sidlenit.
who believes with us in thie g'overnme-nt
ofI the tit, condemns Iis for the faith we-
have already Clrislhed and lie now
shares? If Mr. Spooner would turn out
all Republicans who differ with himn why
should he and his I'resident take plride-
in the pait of their party, which tcon.
deisi tie pre-ment thticy imre making '?-
Jacksonville Timnes-1 iioin iand Citizen.

Yoe Kuow What 'You Are Tiklng
Wlhen you take tiru\v'se- Tmisteless Chill
Tonic betaiuse. thie formula is plaintily
printe-d on every bottle showing thilat it
is simplly iro.u and iquiinii, in tastehlc.-s
form. No Cutry. No Pay. .n'2.


Br.'E. :
At the election last Sainturday thi' feil
lowing trustees were ele-ted form thi-
school sub-distri't, land i thnie mUil ita\
levied l: It. 1'. 'Chiltoni. C. 1. I oin il ilatl
J. It. ierry.
V. It. Creighliti and ;i parts o f fri-ioinl
from Italtinmotre alive t loevl ,e this weekk
looking at thle Low grant near I iak 11 Ill
It is rtnimon-id that a large saw mill \\ ill
be e-reted on this igailnt t)o tcut ihoe lalitri
lody of'o t inillmb into iuli.ub-.
'riwe tcomntra t hil. I- i I.t to, .1 I -
lace of Lake Helen to ibulil ia ptlakiiing
house 3.'s by f*0 feet ait Riolino Iii'ronve.
This packing hiouit will be up-to-date.
in every particular and will be titted iup
with the mliost modern conveniences for
handling fruit. Til. packing houisej ws ill
tb.- completed in tinam o o iiandle the.
Pire it i n io[.,
Tlie town ele tioni \ as uiit ite spiited
last Tuesday 4o\%min' to thle tfait tliat
tlwre werv- tw cantllidates for lm.larl al.
and the rwult wa's a tie for this uotif..
E. K. Lowd and J F CI'io\ma. tihe aui
didates, acth r.-ceiing eigliteeit otet.
and nlo election \\as dle-lared l lr lhisM
ot'he. iThen- wa's ait oplotosion flor thet
other oftiv electedt: Mayor. IC (i H else.-; .ouiluin.
F. '. Stams, T... u.1 r Mi iy .1 M. MKnaipp:;
clerk and anssessor..1 1' Tuiiii. ni s-
ur-r,. 1) C Silvei

To cure a CoW In one Dal.
Take Lautai\e litiinio tuniiiie Thl-let-.
All druggi-t.- refuntid tlie money if it Li
to curt l: \V. tiro .- sginlatlrii- on
each lbox; i2-c.

Prohibited Coffee Hoes..
So mtwany coo ee houses sprang into
existence during the reign of Charles
II. that he. entertaninuig a belief that
many iolitlcal lutrigues had their be-

The Most Coimo One, the Dual,
Is the Straneat t AIL
"The fruits of Java." writes a corre-
spondent of the Pittsburg Dispatch,
"form an interesting study in theip-
selves, there are so many and of such
strange varieties. The most common
Is the strangest of all. It Is called the
durian and grnws like a huge excres-
cencev from the trunk of a tree some-
what similar to our pear tree. The
fruit, which is l-ear shaped. grows to a
great size. often several feet in length.
and has a etllov skin. rough like a
pieneapple. The tost remarkable thing
alout the dur:~ian. however, is its odor.
To say you c:ll sintil it a block off is
putting, it rmli'.lv. A comilinatioin of
aged egg,-s n1d ith,, ripest chtese could
nut be compared wilh it. When you
break oipen: tl htiull to tiid' what can
lIe the eause of ilil this disturbance to
your olfactory nervt s andl rind a grent
cluster of -now white kernels which
taste like some strangely delicious cus-
tard, your amazement is greater still.
Another strange fruit is the serpent
fruit, so called from the fact that its
skin is the exact counterpart of that of
a snake. There are the loinoloe. like a
great orange: the potato fruit, which
resembles that vegetable in all but its
fine flavor; the custard npple, with a
yellow custardlike pulp. having a rath-
er decided taste of turpentine; the i.P-'
p.r, like a melon growing ou a tree; tIhe
great jack fruit, of rather a coarse tia-
vor; a small yellow fruit, with an unti-
pronouncetable native name. ihouised in
a great bur like a enchstinut. and a hun-
dred other varieties, with none but na-
tive and scientific names, some good.
some indifferent and some entirely un-
palatable to any but a native. The or-
ange is rather a scarce fruit, but the
pineapple and banana are abundant
and delicious, especially the former.
There are more than twenty different
varieties of bananas native to Java."

The Abaurdtlesl That Are Born of
Irish slmpllelty.
Here are a few samples of the ab-
surdities arising out of the extreme
simplicity of some Irish folk:
A young man came to confess to an
Irish priest in London whose experi-
ences of the humors of his fellow coun-
trymen would fill a book. "Well, my
man." said the priest, "and how do you
earn your living?" "I'm an acrowbat.
your riverence." The priest was non-'
plused. "I'll show ye what I m-ean In
a brace of shakess" said the penitent.
and in a moment was turning himself
inside out in the most approved acro-
batic fashion in ard out of tihe pews.
An old woman who had followed hiln
to confession looked on horrified.
"When it comes to my turn. father,"
she gasped. "for the love of God don't
put a penance on me like that. It 'ud
be the death of me'"
I think it was the same good father
who. observing the regular attendance'
at a Lent mission had done nothing to
reform one of his parishioners. told hiil
so and asked him the reason of it.
"Ah. father," he replied. "I can man-
age the faith right enough, but the mor-
als bate me."
On another occasion this priest wvas
called upon to marry a man of who 'un
he knew nothing to a girl of his colngre-
gation. On investigation he found the
would be bridegroom's knowledge of
the Catholic faith very limited.
"Have you ever been baptized?" he
asked. "Well, father. I can't trust ime
memory to that." "Are yuur parents
living'." "The mother is." "'Let's a hve
her address." This was given and a
telegram dispatched to the old lady on
the spot, reply paid. The answer came
in due course, "'Vacclinated, but nt
baptized."-A Kerry Mau In Londei

Licking Tha-mb- to Blad a Contract.
Goths and Iberians completed an
agreement by licking and joining their
thumbs, as Scotsmen once did and
Moors still do. and rustic lovers once
betrothed themselves by licking their
respective master fingers and then
pressing them together as they vowed
to remain faithful to each other for-
ever and a day. Even nuw an Ulster
man signifies his assent to a prtoposi-
tion with, "We may lick tboonis upo'
that!" If he does not suit the action too
the word like the lieutenant who In
1(42. on being challenged to mortal
combat by his own sergeant, accepted
the duel by licking his thumbt, saying,
"There Is my parole fur it."-C-Lam-u-
bers' Journal.


kills, not necessarily suddenly,
but SURELY. It preys upon the
intellectual powers more than
we realize. It consumes the
vitality faster than nature can
replenish it, and we cannot tell
jult what moment a temporary
or complete aberration of the
mind will result. Headache and
pain should be promptly re-
moved-but properly. Many
pain cures arc more harmful
than the pain. Beware. If
you would be safe, take

Miles..' Pain Pills.
"As a result of neuralgia I iost the
ieght of my might eye. and the pAin I
hAve suffered t incompreheasitle. Le.
ing obliged to take opiates almost con-
tinuallr. A friend gave me ome of Dr.
Miles' Pain Pills and it promptly re-
lieved me. I then purchase a box and
now my trouble ii gone. They have
also cured my daughter of nervous

Stie tres, titcy are always cooler tnai
the stirrouniditii air. IRegarding the
ttelmper:ature of the soil. it is found that
in the fores-t tlie temperature is invari-
,ab'.y helo-'w that of the air. Outside the
Forest the scil is always warmer than
the air in summer and colder in win-
Preserving a Shark's Head.
( When a Lio shark is taken on board
ship, the skull is usually preserved, the
tiesh beitn. reuioved from the bo t's.
:;:nd it is a f-'\trite pastime with sailors
to C'ra'\vl i.I:c infter another through the
tl:*; t lt-d ja'ss. It would be far from
s.lfe to do th:i.. however, when the
ti-ad h:is been but freshly cut off. be-
.au se umndr such conditions the jaws
witl st;:ilp together fiercely for some
timtne afterward if anything be placed
between theli.

A Novelty In Hair.
What is tihone without a fashion pa-
li r" lHere we pi'k up one of these
;'ln;l't;e journals, atid this is the tirst
itt-ei, .,t i:u;t'-taLtt iufcruationi which
i'e<-'.ts thie itiiiq irintg eye:
"ll.air is worn t on the top of the
head." So glad to learn it! We always
supposed it was gn',ru on the soles of
the feet.

Force of Habit.
Gerald-Your father kicks aboat my
ct':iling so often.
G;eraldine--Don't mind him. It's only
a fake kick. lie used to be a football
i'layer.-New York Times.

Ground Floors Scarce.
T'he ttnoub:e with uiost schemes Is
th it wtihe- you go in the ground toor
is -oc'tpied. and you tire compelled to
ot-, pyal thie seetod story.-Atchison

A Great Hend.
B:zzer-M.y wife has a great head.
BIuzzer-So has mine. I just gave her
$17. to buy a cover fur it.-Ohio State
Jour al. 1.

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Gramling Bakery

Dizzy ?

Then your liver isn't acting
well. You suffer from bilious-
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver

MONEY ti -ta 10& ami- ao
reep w. TrrT ** e r "W f The Clyde River Line steamer, City o D to bwom a bue
That way. Jacksonville. has made its nal ran This y this m oa er
to tHere are two penden t of delivery b the and will be taken to Boston hesd umthe report of H. F. Douglas.,
to the supcersntendet of delivery by summer run. The Clyde's Master in Chancery, that the said peti-
cneal of the Washrrierngtn remarity an o red the sidewheel. steamer tioner is qualified to take charge of and
cal of the Washington city poto a manage er own estate and property lTA
few days ago. "The amount of cash Louieafor the St. Johns river run this and to become a free dealer. Formerly
gathered up by the collectors of mail summer, and that boat made her first And the Court being sattised from
is really surprising. Hardly a day trip last week. She will make thiee such report and the evidence therewithVery
passes without a certain percentage of trips each week under the command of submitted, that the said petitioner is
the coin of the realm finding Its way Capt. Brock The Louisais said to be a capable. and lualifite to take charge of
to my desk through the medium of theCpt. Brock. The Lou to be and maun other own tate and pro-
to my desk through the medium of the thorough modern boat with fine cabin emrty and tor I*'onm, a frt l daler in a
"It Is hard to believe. but hundreds ailommodations, electric lights, etc. It every .-sp-et: It i- hrby ordeal.
of persons every day in the year drop was formerly owned by Pierre Lorillar l. itdijiil rotI Oad! that te lPItitie HOTr Dir
unstamped letters in the box with pen- and used by him as a house boat, as li,,eIs., authoriz.Il arid .-nmipow.-ne to Laundry ITryi
nles to accompany them to cover the uiich towing destroyed in tle upper parts, take -charge of. imaniage and ntrol h,.r' t hr
I postage. They think the money will by tire sn ou years agd in New Srnyrna. own estate aind lorolrty. to ).ontrnt.-t
iar n mistaken. All such unstamped let- seld. and to bind hi-r-lf in all r.-slo-e. Irtma
I t-r. if there is no identifying mark on CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION. as flly a if l s wro- ,,unnrriel, ail to Esti
the envelope, ultimately land in the lw" omen a fre, -le.a r in .ev.-rv re-*.t. Fi
dead letter office. Iion publi.lhinmrt a "oiy of thisl d-e-r'..
Itad often happens." added the postal hlie rati<- County IExteutive1 ,. ore -ih week for four su.i.weivo. 'w-.ks T.-l.-lteon,- ;4.
offIt ofil.ten hat coins pladded thn envelopestol rmiitte m it t ,.Land Mlondiay in the ;lit7.tte-New.. .a no.wspali-r ilb-
offial. "that coins plactl-d aIn envelopes lisie- in oIli V .ia (oimntv. Florida.
for transmission work their way eveniir rnl issIe.l the. followiilg .all for iiDate this 2ith" lay of -lay. A.I). 1!2 TOnS
through the paper. In nine cases out a primarily l.-tioii: (Sigleold) 3l Iof S. .IO.iEs. J
of ten. even when the money so lost Thliet Dlriowiratir- County Ex-cutive JJudugei-.vonth .ilicial C'ir<-nuir.
is no more than a dime. this offee is o',aomiitt,. of Volmisia county. Florila. 4t junl> Stat- of Florio'.i.
notified of the occurrence by the loser. hrel)vy valls at l)-nmwratic l'rirmary El".-! .a.n..
who requests that he be reimbursed." tion in land for said .oPunty. to etwheld on First pinb. MNay :;i la.t pio,. Jinn. 21
--Washington Star. .Jily l.,th. A. l12. in c.-omlian c NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. G
N,,ti',- m- h're,.by mi'icm t,, ll .r,.,litor he.a-
eldy In the Gallery. s ith th rulr.s uin retgulatit.ons s pr1.- tto amlli di-tn ltlt.i"- all sl. r-*.n- I :,: t
Ye:rs ago our theaters did not have -.wriloe-l bv tihe State Exrutiive Coin- lai air i.-er a.l,late i..f v..ri.a .i ...... I .;t ii ll. t o.-'Im
the large audiences they now have. imitt -' at their meeting in tl- 'ity of Florida, too ir.e.tthe-n.,-- rt. tla oerl
within two years front tile -late ,,f thi. limoio i-c-
and it was a common sight to see a .Jau ksonville oni the fifteentlh laydofApril. or thet.rnim will e forever barred. ti-.- at l-':r'o
house of "empty benches." 1 O.02 \x<-ljt tiat the lawi of thie State h Z ;. A. I)..R A AlM nio;LI-
"abtwMARTHA A. ..IA.EY.
"I was employed at the gallery box ,of Florida not having provided for the E 'x-'trix ,f tthe e-st.. of Ji-..,,, IA.
office of one of the theaters." says a ni i tit, n-ristration looks on Brpekt-.ra" *l***.-sl d
reminiscent Philadelphian. "and one *il t State o -
stormy evening sold but one ticket, th.lates tixed y tit State I)ernlo- Nl OTICE OF GARNISH.tENT.
that to a boy about thirteen years of ratic. Exi"utiv' ( o"mnitt-. towit: To Justtijo.- Court. 7tn Distri.-t. WX T
age. who rushed up to the window and .lm'me 12. 11 idl 14. 1''12. tlthe nineitmltrs \ olusiat County. Floriola. W A
anked if I thought be could get a good of tilt ICounty Ileno s-rati Ex-utive Blonit A StintoI,. l'lllitiff .lention th
seat. I replied that I thought he could. I ommitt,.- in their nr-siwptive- precincits liarl' s ;rifin
I felt sorry for the little fellow and will i-t s rngistration ottfiver in the prt- 'Tao lar-finhl.l r;isii. ;and W inslt
wondered how he would feel sitting in I. .ts froini whiih thie-v art- a nienmlerT. ill othe-rs whorim it m -iy ,.*oli.n;rim:
the gallery all by himself. After the for tli lr.e. of nrgi.tering any nl iall Take tie t that a writ ofg;rimiini,,nt ot
first act was over I was aroused by a I. has -n isslo-l in thie a;iov naiv-re-l ';mi-. e, Low-est 1
tap on the window and, upon opening lr ,s elltithlo, tio rgiteSe r tilr theand that voI r prol rty in tihe. m. nl,,., of;
it. saiw miy solitary ticket purchaser call a-s la',e ty th!ie State lDero' norati*' tile Florila F'a.t I'oat Railviy aCo0n'Crim-
standing there with a very sad expres- Fl. \,s'tive I'.ormnitto-" a;is afo, r'aild. arid panly lhats l.-lc- t rnishm.--I. Now. Unll'-ss
siln illn his face. thi.' -;id Ivgistiatai on oftti'er*-n l.erinialtr youl a tll r I toi f i. I WI Ill.:Wa ac .lao1 S
*'Mister.' hli said. 'I'm the only one rimll 1 ht.enivy oi hr'le t-lo .nnl rt. [e g is- trit ofr iti I llhinamim flt, li'hri it li
up there. and It's so lonesome that I r.iti lon b,.,ok ill their e'-r'rtiv pne olr lfo llry iPJv 7. 1.l iii.i.iim .-nmi t A ill \it iirr oi-r. II
aiu >lfraiid to stay. Won't you give me ,iri, o ,n ,|i t ohm' ,'lrleivl lvy llite State Ihe enterpol ami minlst yol. l.,-sid,'ne and i
anotlhtr tit'ket. and I'll bring our gang l-.iiinl, I o'rim iiith.. it their rill a. lI.I r St-rAv rl laiiitiff-. j tilge v, ooo
arioumnd toiiorrow night to help you i i i.
out l .- il t ,o-\ it: .lli,' 1-*. 12, ll3 iil 14 "1 'lioin ,;!.
ut.' Notice of App icaitoa for Tax Deed under
"I to.ok the lad to the manager and Ii9e)2. Section ol Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida --
expl;ainedl the situation. That boy wit- Thi,' ili'rnilm rs of tihe I' Iiountyy I' rmiriti Noti, is here-iy i tiih t .1M. E..o r- K r C
nessed thli lilance oif- the performance \\ liarir t at as ri istratie il ttie h rison. pur-thawr of Tax CIrtiti'at-h Noe !c,
from a pli t i s loverti d senat in the front (.e.,pit it pir.ini.t.s Nos. : : ari l 1 row."-- I 'li;delllia Times. where, her t. hantltl t'hp n itntile, of tti m l.a aih 'ill 'retrtitc-atil i i Ly l t. -
liro .. a nmo1 thats mii olt. o iol liraitio i f fq t; \ Ra --; 2.ii01
The 'oe m lCreed. llty rillnilittee' ha. I-In alppoilint ) ,t)l too issue, in anroorIa)ni.r \\ ith I i\\. tSp-.-ial to
A (Germa:n tChristian missionary who -i',.-. o' s Ti= ol oorTilhlrtioi.atte ti o. iti lte- i l ii- NE V S YIt
h:is' wo'rk-dl ftrr m ntiy years among the N. m tl rir.. Sr. .e 'rnti lorileo to-y it; t- i l S \ ci -i .
ml, inirineolans says: "llonesty compels 2' 'range Ity. l. in -. -'.. 21. p 14 S. Ita.-' .-: i2 cotEs.
every a.'tii.!l student to acknowledge :. | h-I.;ol. I t. ..,h lin t. \\.t lere'll "' 'l -e land i. ;i.z... l i ;t tilt- at H E A
that the old l it'w formerly entertained I lI -L.on Slprin s. It .I4.-. of thi i--sliianri e o -lioh r-rtitla;ite' il tilln-
in ClhrNiitiai circles concerning Mohani- 3. -im ori,. 11. I. ill. ilarni- olf Mrs. %..A. ,e-ke. I 'less saai. ordin to which the teach- 1. ill... i;. I' ,.-rtiti lit.- a -hall ibe reol., -T -oi,.l ait.--. rli t, oo
cc o"d i,,la t a xtle el % ill 1- ti oe, t hil .rt 0 n ti t .'
i,, ,o ti me great Arabian prophet are 7 ,-. ,,oI,, U .; Il-,.i. ..4 eoi's''f.1Jmini.. V1. i1 le 12.
ni thl in li ut devil's doctrines and do)- ,, |iot i.d. t l- liil. \Vitl i o fiiil Ji- i.t 'r i atni l -,.; l
inas. N altoiethr'tl itnco-rrect. In reality. I t ta l i this the. 1mtm laiy ,fi M.i v. A. Di o i. l: At al dld"
.Nh-ii ilmntimdanisin is nothing but a ra- P 1P t Ira K11 K I uliok. M- I 'sL I)..h l:Pl.
ti-nt'al;*.ti< e t pe of 'Christianity in the 1 .N-, SiiIyrln i;t. 1 '. I'. .Moo. i',C.rk I'ir.iit IoCi rit f Volhisia C'ounty.
f'orimm itf a most unfortunate state re- 11 ;aik Hill. 1. II. I. 'ttii' Floriml.i.
ligin. The tinies are past when scold- 12. T"niiikai. Mlont Ct'onle.
ligo abutt the M-,slvn tcreed as the pr 1- :1. o-%e-w iht MInnirm g
ducttion of time detvil will satisfy, and I I. k.' lll.'I Rolirw t aKawhlins..
thi s :rii.;-zt' le ainst Isllam tu these 1. I f0,i, i, a l ,aion Brown.
l,)I,'i '-r. is t.failure,. Practically all ", .1i ih. Fi t C W O K
f the iu.s- i-on literature that in the six- 1 t. First Class W r
t ti:. m t,';oetlnth :;and teighteenth cen- 1 7. Pt.,, I I). ih'ook.
tt:ei s vis writtoin against Moham-. I'iO-,-i. 5. 11 .hlois. I' l.l IN I' lE
du i ,; use-less.'" TI Tl, c in i- a list of tilie ottieo s too
tii.; i .oiiijii;>t.a s ,il i.o 'otcd fr ;it SaytOna Antt
Tem peratf re or Fore st I -liii' .iii l hi- ricotlii ittef Ulnler u qu e t lr
For via!.o years the Swiss govern- ;i,.. ,,'tli, o.-steel ini thtim ini lDIayl as t1 L AUNDRS a qntifree
tiett l ts beten making observations ...- '.- ,', ,'l,,0il,,'. I1h amount e..t'.l p Pten so:i
thruueii its f.mres-trt stations on tlite i,,,. i i, r, ...,' ti','.0tth,-., too- t it2 S
teip'rature (of th;e air, of the trees and *Phfono S P e
the soil iu the forests. These observa- C I:,. I ii .1 -iStat,, .-iiato i'. Scliti I
tions shliow that the temperature nlu the i i :'.--, -it;mt 'o' ii I -I, -m j -'. NOasn ili.he of tl av
forests is always below the tem pera- t ,,E -'i :,' n--;,,tiil Ilisti-ri't- y-,er: forli noolt
ture outside. The temperature also I t,,.Ii.- 1 ..'.." i, lim. er,- q iourt. i nOI .Sley MUl fCC
varies nteording to the trees compos- io'- S>-.c,1-t 's.i cf Stato' n '1
ing tihe forests, i i,, I ,ii,- n rm o ute,:'.
.A teevh forest is always cooler than I1 ,\,, I I ej I c ,,, .,,.a i el|er-i. B n a
"a forest of larch. As to the trunks of jI ~.- s,~i.ti,,r. 2>ti S.natoial BA g I
tnt tu e., tteyaeas'nsco e t n_ a---

ga sboutch idibe
mour o00m b". sbor Sa&n

be, C1. -,cA4 byal s sN.

n &Maley,

Furniture and


Paints and Oils

New line of Waste

Baskets and Hampers A

Indurated Wates


A I Refrigcrators.

Daytona Telephone



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sed P.umr
y of New York Ct.

est e -'
onanll kind of

ect aed Indirect,
ng Plants
Fuirnished and I
e at the Very Lowest
tes Cheeti




id Hot Water Heating. .
iriishbel. Work Guaraans
'. I). iox 2s.3
lwi.lIn Hotel. Shop in iSi.

$1.2>- pr|
is paper and entd for
l'rice List.
on Die. Co.
Kinston, N. C.
'ri-e Whiskey House.

H. Gove,
Sotnit'e. in northeast corner
Sanuil Vo\lusia avenue.
Daytomna, Florida.

an House,
SAMS. I'roprietor.
per Day and I'pwards;
,o ILicular Boarders.


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I It f .. C --!. I '. rIU4

Wc* -

Announcement cards for office under
this bead will Ib charged for at the uni-
form rate of $5 with the exception of
candidates for county commissioner and
school board. for which $ will becharn-
ed, the amount in all ceaw to accompany
the order for iiMertion of the card.

I herewith offer myself as a candidate
for reflection to the legislatures. Nub-
ject to the action of the electors 111 tht-
coming primaries. C. L. SMITH.

I rtvopetfully announce to the Dento-
crats of Volusia county ny candidathy
for the Lwgiflatur!l, subject to tile <-tiolln
of the democratic primary July N1,. and
ask for the support of my lDmoon-ratic
friends. If nominated and re-elected I
shall use my best efforts to advance ll(
rootert every interest of thle jieople of
"olusia county.
THOMAS .. SiItsA %.

To the Dlemocratic Voters of Volusia Co.:
I hen-by tnnuouniv iaym:lf ias a .landi-
date for rPiMlection to the ofthe of Tlix
Awoeasor of Voluliia I'(unty. ait the Ihan-
oeratic prinmaries to le held on July 1I..
and respectfully slik-it your sippo rt.

I respectfully announce mywltf a can-
didate for re-election to the othtie of
countyy Treasurer of Volusila t'ouiitty it
the coming primaries, and solicit thei'
support of my friends aindl Ihnioc'rats.
.1..1. VIN7.lAT.

I htlre ty annout ii my ;tainidt iy for
State Senator for this distri-t. ileje'c-t
to the action of the thacneratiri primn-
aries. I olik-it tlw hsilpport of aill
Ieknmocrats. F. W. SAMs.

I iwren'y announric my candidal.y for
re-election to the oflfe* oCf County Tlax
Collector. submitting liy clinics to tihe<
primary election of July 1.'th next. I
have endeavored to dic-harg ni my duty
to the people, and promise. fitlihful s,.r-
vice in the future if again li onon-d i by :aiy
fellow Inlemoserts. 1I. I'. SMITi.

I rempectfully announce iysewIf a e.aieli
date for re-election to th ili ofe of countv
Comnminnioner for tiew :trdl iist. of Volilsi.i
County, subject to the li- tio lof t iII
Demorratic lriliarih' to' Ie- hlin'-l
July 15th. My Nix yilears eJx,-l'riiv
asn county coninmmisi oer give -s ;im a fIir
kaowlke' of tile duties of tlwh offie. ilud
f dominated aId et4e6A1l I will -em1l'-;i\ .i
to erve the tax iiayers to tih'lees-t of li\
ability. W. .II Mel lilali:.

I hereby announleII my ciinllidIary for
Ieltini itan County Coiiiiiissiouir from il
the Fifth iMttriet of oluiui county, andl
solicit the support of all Ik'1iPcrits ill
thecoming primary. T. J. Mi KilA\N.

I thank the voters of Volisina couintv
for the support given nhe for C('ounit
Commissioner fromin thi' 'Fourth
DIstrict, and herelvby announi s mvis'lf 1as
a candidate for nre'kk-tioii siubijet toI tIe'
action of the Itemoc(ratitc primary to b.'-
held July 15th. T. 1.. Itoil.its.

I respectfully announ' iimyself -i a icall-
didate for re-election to thle otiwive of
County Comminiioner for tie Secondi
District of Volunia (Couinty. tubljet to
the action of the De mocratic pirini;ries
to be held July r15th. and if nominatedl
aMdelected I will endeavor to serve the
tax payers to thie bet of may ability.
FRAk E. Mom)U.

I hereby announce niymve'lf aia niilidlate f or
County Comuiniionerfroin District NoI. 1.
Volusia County, subject to tle action iof
the Democratic primary to lIe held July
15. and promise if kelectd to amerv.' tlwe
taxpayers to tlwe Ihest of miy ability.

Fr linlber at I 4 e ePulc Iastructi.a.
I hereby announce myself ai candieiltt'
for mnemlierof thle Board of I'uibic
lIstructioi of Volusia ciilounty, to 51l,-
ceed myself. ulije.t to the nltioe ln f In
Ilalenocratic primaries July I.'. ;imie ilt-k
the upliort of all Ik nui, m -i t...
l: ". K'II'Ler:

Seaside Inn Livery

IIr'ks ali*c't all Traiili-.

I'rmuillt i d I ('oi'irt Ito all olel r

Daytona Ice Co.
Ml. Wim'klI;. iliaa.'er,


Madi from ll istilled Water.

Factory ole-n tirni 7 lo 12 1 Siiiacl:tis.

I hteli-.- 4*%

YVetess Avem*u and Railroad.


Cabinet Maker and
.T7 -i 1 Y-7 ..0

I D"Iee~d t Rome &md WeS
What Is home without the flowers:
The humble wayside cot
Is made the brighter lvy its vine-,.
And sw The garden. toM. Itn Iarl'y dawn
Wher** "Monili4n (tsrlb hilne.
With colors of a vfarhed hu'-.
In irays almost divine'.
And lto iu y huni. li ie l, it: I c-.
The fluowtrs he-re art. fair.
Vet gtrowinlt Illn I strile *'ll
And Ili tie briinyO air.
And we. in nime'iory i. ii re-.eall
Thie- qualti Ill t hol tiiii".tenlid in el.
Wheli.r.- the' -Sw'.et Wll Iit-iua hliniit' r.eit
I- Marlrold" didil iie'et.l
Y~e too. Ili Iit,'ly iIiniiilii n lilion .'
Built up In islrril'iure rnr.-.
tll niaitrlil,. te ( i h.- t.% ry de D mli'.
Ai1 fl'ower,.e *.'rywh.-re..
AmilI in that ihotint.. ihl. lIlnstilitii lehrl..
Alld-.k,-d Il oirili r n |>rnp v.
Ih.r tpitakivw y l. re.-n A li i p Ii wtl% -,I
I'pone her btrhil la(y.
w'Ilhle Mairy lntil i,.l hir Si Iflot r'. f-,.i.
W itI ll liii n t <-eo sll I1'. run'.
And re.'v r.-nllty w1A.Ail ld lI in wit ill,
Thie- tre.s.e of lie.r hlilr.
Insmt' i of liie .--. Wl dol ti t ll rin.-
.%A l-,%,I i eo la..m iv oui r teuir...
A id *s-cntte n the-au uII|MI ourn (l':iii.
.\- well Im onl lihair
indt ltii-t lh,-y'r- cn.irrblil to tlhir Iiiien'.
Will i fl .-r-on lirioi- ..
lT. ,, .i .-, w r-i h-i .-. i i n r ir oi .
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Trivial Thiags That Have Strewn
the Sea of MatrImon} With the
Wreek. of Married Liveo Before
the Voyage Was 'alirl) Begun.
"The only reliable thing in ma'lA
is its ullertaiiinty." 1 ughlas J
once remarked in a ('c)iical imomiient.
and. like uiliny sayiig to whielh oln
may object, this aliuirismii contains at
least an etll-iietiitiry truth. It is a cli-
rious fact th:it while' snei imatrimiioialal
b;arks suirliv f lifty ior meirte ya;rs Fif
Voya:lgillng aud c('I' siafely into lnarl'or
at lust oleurs alit-r W' "' d I.,' rrlto lt e'v
leave the till Wa 4ttis ilf tliem ilieimy.'
TI'is was tlhe flitee of a oiupljeh' known
to tihe writer wlhoit re in:irrTied aI ftew
years ago under the lhrighete.t oif ias-
lice anmil feor wli iii llqi ir' trictids ,pre-
(lil''l ted lulitii- blut li:ilele ,ei'es. Th li ,' ei'r.
first dIay i h' e h l i '%iinimo' o tim lheir l \e' d-
ded live's ('-;cai to atiia i'alrupit andl itra ie
triiniiatioen from the t iiliipslet tof
The bride haitl blrou'iht vtih hier on
the litori'yi eo ieri "t :ra 'oil f a vivid. :i -
gr(ssi\ted' rtl ,eher. to w.lii hI r hls-
lanld oltjett.tld. li b' t ggtd her tieot tol
use it, but ls h ei'l'sisi ile Thi,' dlilitite'
grew wavri:i;'r :iidl wartimee r. L'eale'd

of what h ;i het tast.- illn vlr "words witre '\xch''li:tii.d., nlil at last- ill
mouth rmlind Vonl It indi.-ate's tlhat :in iupulI e cef a lier the' l-idei~lro i
iour llSto alili is i in la, hilitili,,n t, snatlh d ti t- stiinshiade lit of Is wif sS
will t lind yi eI t h;ltt Il riv, is ieotliing t- halinds and tlit',w it ilitee the se-.i.
Ke d elfor Sill-1 I disorder r ;is I'h.:triin.r- Thus ended their life'. to,;ieith r. for
lniin'. nd .i\ r T' :il..t fdtr! he illdigHIn lit yotnti' w i t' i Ait aI xt
hii;ving 4,1'1s li t'd lth-il. Thi.. le ii-, l tratill l to 1pit r m iotlht ie h,.in.. I lind fro'in
ti i e t te that la'. t11 this l hle loe i h l elt, h.a t '
lito l vi, eIs.I "e sa:il, ;it.'l 27 ,clit h it llt''vtr nlii't.
SI anothelimer (cast. knieiwn plrofessiontial-
ly to the writer. n diisputeit s to ilt-'
pronunciation oef a word c6iiipleh-tly
T ehe 'l iarl-,t .s%%iiidle r lie.ard i i n iim n wrecked ti t- niarriht'd life .of a \3ciili,
w"liee hasi e' I tI e.i''ratini illn ni-igh( rin couple aiiid brouin it tlhir litll trag tly
oilittti,'s. IIis qam-i i a deitiit l iont. lie iinto thie light of etie' liw\\ courts.
goes to ;a hoisie and ex\triiti s t-tli witih- It came otlt in l videleti that during a
oits .ost. providel.d ;a new se.t is to o in the hoioneyuiooin tl.e Ilbridc-'ro oi I hdll
ih.c .' lt ; i ..aii i ; e f,,w s'i ititr edllf ve nturedr to c.erreee- t the l bride,. wlio hall
l a. i ia f d s. g t iI lispronoulieiiii .d ord at' t t lt le'i;lkftst
the prie fit tie l ilat,. aitd fails t table. Slit re''ltei tle corrctjilin.
iwear it ai nl. l,';lvini I ihi % inl m in s uin lma ininl: tlhat siltl wa-is rii'-ht :Ittd lher
te.-th anlid .-ash. Thr is we-pin_- iiian lord aind miasl.eri wro'. Thil targuIiilnt
w aiililn I, e 1 \ ilig t eo til' r'ir.iiinis ltic.,. thus t ,1nei'lli 'ldel'e l in l ll ttt'r iiiairrl''l.
Ies inlil-liilli of le' Ii 'lh ic'lr,. i. hie\\,,' during d vi icht l diei si .l olittini 1ic ceilet
:l tt.rri'lc. lis\\ii. L el a liin. said tliini-s wlhich'li li l much I'ttler
i have Ib'e n left unlis:id. w ith tihl r-tSiilt
that tlihe silly couiild, ssp,, ratred. t, el'r IlililPsii'.', 11i.-. 'hla;inmil.r|;iin' s fusing to yihl to ill- otlli r.
Sletom4 i att d l .i,.r 'al'l .t.e ''lThs.. EITor Is \ ir'e- maitle l wt lilcir fri'inds
'-.'at;tIIP' lie .-l, t 4 llit.h m l d' lIhe' ami el r tl i\t ls to helial l1,I' t l'e-cit' hlut tio
li'v r nM d I .l ,,ll M ,l. ii1 ;i q i.k ti .t e le I lii I epost' :ild til little tra;ige'ly v nd-
e'liitlli'.lil .i l'-.' I" m-l,, s I,.| lldru,-,i -l eed in ti judicial '.p i-;ll'i,, l.
It s mlls ail ost imct 'ridl ile tlh:it pIto.
Sple shout al low heir livts to let w'vre'k-
lln Sperinl Grnce. 'ed y suctlh Irivital calli.'.se. Illlt il Inolti
"Yes." -aid a tetelicr tin a south side i,ese (,". c s :it.'til f:i.t p'rovl i st 4ra i.
school the other day while endeavor- even tli ln titi:ioi.
Ing to explain to ier class how the Moreit' lie'l'rols, If lInot Ilre tri\iAil.
Fa:ne word may have different mean- wits tle -: ile', liic:t s tee't:ii.d a <'c,;1...
ings. "there is more than one kind of whoie r,,e uiithd l rs lhin :ii :ti c:i c .at
gra:ie. (ne imay ae a girl's name. it, .a uit i,;. ht lish~l,:eid f,,1 r h1 r.'l itili-
tuld grace means beauty. too: so that htion ee cji;.ial riutls tht w il. titde-
when we say :1 lady or anything else hlred tlt it I; t ilnil,,-h 1,, lI.\'-
Is full of gracet we mean that she or It .with tlit, elai;itiif in, ,,,.: iu-, i,.l i.iceel se
is beautiful in form aud it character. dreadfull\."
Now, there is another kind of grace. ..ti. siirely." the jt-ud.' rt.iitirktl.
I wonder who can explain what it is. "this. is nil :ti Mlillicit rI'i-' :i sor st:i\ -
Freddie. what does your father say ijnlg ul% fi-1ii ,111l ii' lhi-.:il :1.."- Y .uI
when lie sits down to breakfast In the ut.i lthinlik it \ as. 11i |,.rd." thi I;1ly
norningsll replied, "'if yo ii i \\ h hii iiim 1
'O" ilh. gosh. mii. I wish thlinsi wasn't t.,,uldt't get an irk oe s l, ic iin :i pirt
always put on tihe table so sloppy that of thIe himse. and i t\n l ll i Ltmi' lilis
they spoil ai fellow's appetite.' "-Chi etunplaiinled ol lii! Iiit'li. It w ill kil
cago Itecord-Hlhrald. rie if I have it ), igo '.".-
SUnire:isonailile susplicions liav c1ilon-
trilute'd ims nimucih iIs :11iy c'sills to tilh
undoilig oef h rnisliml'- ;in.l V' i\i'S. lo11 ,it
cA domestic tra l'ldy \wlilth \\.'i-s iii'folde'd
SiiIn t the lawI orii'ts a Iel\V \ e:il'rs itao ao
newly imarrie'd wife lhiad re.'ctive'd let -
9U signature is on every box of the gemal ter addressed in li utillst-tiilitnt :iind. Thl<
I a Vi Bromo0 uiae S husai;id, who was of u j. :iouls tn mplr-
on senely Slat eia a ei s ao in ~ nlit, lth.tiiiadt'd to see tthe letter.
whlichli tl i wife refused t sil.w lhimn.
llli \liwords ensuptl. andl illn a nllioii'nt
L.ack of Tact. of uiiiont,ii ,ll.itb piassioi th111 hilist:ltid
There are ttai:ny v %er'y oodl people. struck his wifi. with tilt r suit tIhat sli
peopleof irreliprait ml:ill-' lii(ha 'ra lr. who eli t h lilt' to hiT. i,:l ' rili fu'efllt
are new\tr lii.a.i lIt.h; ins,. t lihir want to li\. will' tiiint l ih:iiu.
of tact. The' :tl:. hi l si t :l.lll ie' :ilel like to l'h Ili est tl.;:i,~ itici ,l'iiin:it:cl p:irt
entertain. Ieii i:'l ::, I ik ll attmies li thi story ais t e. 1:i,1y's stattllite'nlt
to a Iilltle 1:i:1 i.% liIitT. F ci\'y '\post ^^ill t'L .11 t 1 hh |at ht ti',r. r ih ,.Ih hn l
all tlhfir lill' llt -lio l i tel, i aoiliis' tol ctuseld till tihe tieti-lt lhad lt n ii rit-
their guess i ict. i elr "'ljtil a story te, h l iy i ,r ,rthier.
for relaiol s- ,.' II t.e 's's are of A h5i. ymlil;in tAl h \\t rit r that lhe
difl'ert'l i i'el ~ie or pe Ii'o- t','s. Il:h y im o .ci' mliti .-'it'je ;i I t il c i l wvh lie--
trodtilv. I lihe -i :l1 ct-l- :iicl, ni lies 1t det -in ri o ii l I tI tl iini;ia el :it ll'th
cid -t \;.-\'-\. li.< c !i a l ,l- 0 nc i nl itnI :nt ll ci t i'-,.,l i oor :it t. i t, totic.hlii'-. i ttl' .-
onll% irrl :;:'tt .\ i :. hat is iiril''e iiin oei :i n llitit hi' It ;aill t i:ih t thai lrhi'c,'-'i'-. i h:tid
ain;ita .,' ai I: -i,, .-,i. I I \ \t li' l' dis.m' tit-reil iis I 'ride. ti d hld heli r
a! t.: : ii e! li lli 'ss ( li .i !t'. \ hi, l '- li id l 'til lit of th '
ll .. l ; i ,t 'ihi.'" ie di -itv I:':lit4 tee tili i. 1:cl0i hillt
ic-1 .-1-is -I e ,.il I iel e,. lince' if li sh lit h:i.I iiade' ;ii t 'o tu lly d..-:ip tinl ilt i
woViti la .- tee::lI. or ree t li:i:n 'r 'itls A ,i~ct' .r\el'' li hat it. r s\\;ii li: I l .,i S l a
1it:1is \\i'e !i l It I ic et;' i nlic Te r e, '\ 'l'rt ;i tllun s ol c'lo li on \\ hlii-li!'h '-! hadl s. t
str'Ie li. ,, ;'.c.c lie I e.1i1 I le' c-i l 'e'cltinl' her ,e l .iart. "Thliusll W e>' t\\. I; s \\t .e. l-

Ctalnli 1. inll et l l;i'il eli i l. ier. s'rlm i ta .- mi ld it i:l ;\ e -c s. lie.

I.ein:: I-.Inntt r'e.alllamrihle.
Tle' ici :'- inll ; e, :ol le. IIIti oll of thil'
It',.,'. .I i -c hi \\ I -. Iil 'i i't:ll ilit'd
ti l ittl \ \\ c1 I l i li'i :i-k t d

e I'll |:1 t1 1 1i;li. l ;, il I ,I .I h t l i \'.\
lliilikisi:. Ic all lieelir' l 4mlel it'hl S iidte 'Ii-
ly a f:It l'e\ i tll :i nrl d t:tc' who had
hi'-n s'. iltlii i l 'e i ',- I :il to lit illn his ':lt
r't'e'ivclt ;ile es :i i :.i ,l
"'I know." I. t'\ l.i, i'tl. r:!ising liits
han id.
e\\'ll. wli t .illn-re the.'." ,-iieolirig td
the t'il(t-l.n
"*\\li%1 ." t i he t 1l o .% t lite :1 tri
Ul plianh1 ilt I,.,I. :i.1 ,, l. "on. UI h lihe South
side p lll I. Ie li,. sli .l :iel celli li' Iho til
side e ll lin ;:I. l Inl li' sonill -
11 e,'\1. i t m ile lt lthe l l .id of tihe
class gen ill 'i;il prii.lp es --Ne'w torkL

No I'lae PFor Kings.
An Aiie'lT';ii l tIt lil' i o etl't' had a
visit from llit kinm. of Italy. The gor-
gtous aplparetl o lilt' ki t and is suit,
splendid in g, ld I:itt and doratlioins,.
tIiled Ihe .sailor- with it. D)Uiring tlhe
I Ler of thli suil stIle 'td t'ktart anid
disappeared. .No tone iissetd lin. atnd
there tre no wi'tl'St's to his Iliistd- ,
vetliutret Is ait wttiter tialtiln t;:ir. \\ ho
learned against the rail with a grin of
huge 'lJiLoyit'it oli his face. At last li'
w eint up Io the oticer of thet deck and
i said. as he jerketd his thutilt OveTr hi

tll itllic i 'r i 'I :1 ;I ll: \\ i. .'\V w li
ild i lii:irr'ite liit h,'l e i t i ,!; l r \\ li0
w as rvpl, ,',l I to I0 \\ Hll 1\ fou1itl
aif'tlr ir .l iI I I :IIr t e l i
had Ie:ilnt'd I ie. li \ ., i Je l- -

tihl h ll'S ii'.i' ilK1 ;i.,lt -h, ;rl hllli
nIlt tunitIy. I
w a sll til y 1 t
O)ti>' rt-n reo it t i'hi e l i c .-i n i'.i-

tti istilt ile4' l li e 1 ; I ik c l.: \.-

hi- tli'o r e '. "' t t- '. \ :- lt.:
K tl t.-' cd .li.- I I.
Ilnmrel r I ,1...
leewt t- lt's 1 ',.l; i ,- .."e
.l t llt-,l.- I' ,: I ',, :t ,1 -
n'tl icell i icet I." I Ie,' .1 I .1 \\ '' '. -
it'r't "--lit el:.. it I. i

I ef t thli1'1 i- 't t t 'i \, t \ t. I i i I.,
vec l'.rs It' l leliv \ ct li;i : :- \\ : .\ i :.1..
i'lpt tilt hllh 'til e 'e\ -' \\ .'iy
fool] yourse"f--Atlc ;. i .

Crlrl of Iirl lll+t

piirc s t of s, iter ,'., il t .. i Ii :t
4< 11l tileit it i, '- it !e l I ; *i1" \e t.-clit
slw'u0s. T.. i M r. w *,! :' : t ti
p l ,.;Ilrl' I'.. .lo'q'p l i; i : I .[' lIl I's
Alt!lirian >rach> i:- 1 ; 1\ Y ,- -f about

do NOW=e EK~3~

I'ElLi' 11 i. A Ii i'rol ri,'t rs.

how commmws 6 Mot

ow! aememibht
pobtom ee, chflfth6"
Nome saW ~room

intown. Bath room sd

Rates, S.50 per Dart $10 *e Wlei km l *dw***dl
Henry Schmidt. Proprietor, Daytona. P


.**** .1..********************! Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Sl h'-ilf'r in Si.-e>'le II;:In Fuirnitrre ian l d St ovs.
S 1 I Your a luinitim' Ma;tile as ood as NW
!1 ILeading Iii: ,'h st. lne,.\ .1\,v. ayi.ton s,
*II I I 1 Druggists N--

......... t........... DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS,
S'I'll l.uI.-: 1 :r.1 l ,-t t'4,illh.14 St,- k 0 F I)I1,1 IN II| .1|(; A l'rM > ritor.
,;' I i 'l ill Iii 11tet:1 l',. tilt ini.,l--
S:.......... Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Turniug, Ind
** eels t tl m 1 e ,,> in'. l.a hi('olumnsaid
W Perfumery and Toilet Articles. 0 : Work and Wood Y artd* ru1 Ori,,,'',i de.yi. r. 'Phone 70.

ame...,,..a,, a*om.**B o ..* ,,Oo,,,*oO FOUNTA*IN CITY rPHARIACY

(l\I ltl'tilI \Tn(I -
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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber. Lath, Shingles,

Flooring. Sidngs, Ceilingm.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Pi(- n i
Offices amid Y.'rds: East Coai t RWailwav And Orange Avenue.
R J. Malby. Manager

It's all Florida.

The Nation's

Best Cigar.

II1is ti ,.r'ic -l St ,k ee f ......
t'IOMllS .ANI) Tl 'lI ET SOA 'S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toi.At Articles.

IlR..M. l .Ii%.N S. propi wrietori tain I, ii-iisult.Il pr-, f,.ssion:ai illy hiring business
Jliour.1 ; tti-, Io iur's Siilmidays.l l !:ot t Io 10::0 ai. In.; i :l toi 4:.'41 p. m.

Trowell's Express M Baggage Line t*

I%,I TI: I' 'lWI E I ~ 1-. I.. I, ,Ie-ri.elm -ltee,'.

I !i i. i l ., I It t,, li II-,. It.l i l,,, I h, s I

I','ltIphone 93

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

le\eec 27.

S- FI 1.Ri! I% %111. TO ANN AI)1)RIi -SS.


1. 1. (io())VIN. Proprietor



Horse-Shoeing ,:,,. '' -

Itl \ I eli 11:1


Saw and Planng M Ils







Gasoline 5t ves

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities. A Full Line at



I Fresh "
~-E !!

Fresh i


Piano Moving a Specialty.

Itis a Fact


0 0

Longe's Old Stand.0
0Poe 9
0 0
0 Corner Beach%; .'rut and Second Ave-nue.

Spencer B. Green

Sanitary P!umbing

Steam and Hot a

Water Heating., .

Agent for the Ericsson

Engine. Nor Ridcoo


Centrally Located.
-*-wv T-m t-v iK'Te T T Ir -1T-t 1efr TKNrX Tt*I V T I -

S t.*

.M. EATON, "
r.n'a t

Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivert
We ar.,wellelniptiile. for '.St i;i .It.I!.- 'l.. Th, tin .--t tii-rnolidits ill the city.;
"Bu 1 ts n ,.t! ll traii .s in l t. ik, l,~ ... I To nly piart of the ,ity.
Trtinks ilelivr-ed promlltly. St.illt o pl o iosite Piiblic' school.
Tele hone 27


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.

)A TO A, \ I. \

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- I .. I I I'l 10 1 %% i t I I 1 0 1 1 i I I I I I
A li % V-4-4-11t

.1 M I I ires. I 1., 0 11

6 .1 ....h ll. U'l .

I'lit n,-.21o

a 411lma 11erV% W ahe W M ask

"o A*sset gentleman I ever knew."
iM Mauk Twain In a chat with a re-
Sa y a "was lan old California
Slir w o emiM barely write his own
m -M He vwa a forty-niner, and he
SWS e M partner had struck It rich in
| te early days. The old man had el.-
SEar chick nor child. and be bad work-
e hard all his life. and when be did
et hi money be hardly knew what to
S"o with it
."He did not try to Jump into sB-iety
S or to ptsh his way with the 'big el-
lows' there. le cuntinuid to live wibh
>; Ithe people whom ihe had ass.%oiatd
with all his life. at.d iliVany ain .net of
Ildm-s v,-wa done. ianiity a w:inJt.ri:
son and father saved. u m;ny i s.irrow-
lag woman's burden lightened and her
S bhomlue brightened by an unianown don-
or whose Identity with the old mlan
was only known to a few.
"It was different with the partner.
r He had a wife and two daughters with
smelal aspirations, and after a whole
Jot of pushing and hauling and shoving
they landed in s.'ciety. The expense
was too'much of a drain on the hus-
bhand's parse, and be speculated, with
the inevitable outcome. He lost his en-
S.tire fortune and then shot himself.
Then it was that the true gentleness of
the old man showed Itself. The wid-
ow and her daughters bad no one to
Sturn to but him. and he did not disap-
point them. He naved their home for
them when everything else went un-
der the hammer, and he maintained
them in all the regal style to which
they were accustomed, although he
still lired In his old lodgings. Hlie lived
Ilon enough to see both of the girls
* well married and the mother carefully
: titled for life. Then he died in a
ebarity hospital In San Francisco. lie
had spent every penny he owned on
the family of his partner."-St. Louis

.1 the Little Known Attractionu
of the Natioeal Capital.
Washington. In addition to Its othb r
attractions, possesses the largest bird.
a ne In the United States. perhaps In
the world. It is 110 by 220 feet ground
S menslions and 130 feet high and is
I heated in the very heart of the city.
at the busiest point in a busy section.
It la. In fact, the court of the post-
S lke building, and at times It is filled
with sparrowr, their twittering filling
the air and lending a strange incon-
S ruimty to the otherwise solemn sur-
uadings of the great building.
The birds enter the glass covered
o ert through the ventilating slats : (
the north and south ends near the peak
t the roof. and only by accident do
t And their way again to the open
air. At times there are scores of them
Sylog about within the inclosure; then
a few disappear and others enter. Over
S: the ballroom, on the ground floor.
there s a flat. glass covered root, par-
titioned off with planks. and on these
latter are arranged many palms from
the botanical gardens.
Among these the birds disport them-
selves as In tropical freedom, and were |
fld snpplied tlnem there is small doubt

"Savannah Line."'



New York. Boston and the East

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all the DEillATESLm ,StmabidlBowds,

People ni CnsesitMlstem,TrifiestbeBNd,

: Suffer PURES Malia, Biliousuess, Cnstipati.,

is omn a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Sieasi Eer Botfle Garamet to 6he Satisfactio.
MmJ.2LkL -.a moGMr ; T"J.,:, m._.-saAX Z-- lmx.
I'l ic.'-o C'c.nts.

SP .-reI a y JAM. S '. IALLARJ), St. Loi.-, Mo.

SoM by D0

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

Ti NXw York. nikinierlo -oiii. nne.tiois w-ith New York-iloston i hip, s r S1ounl
Lines. All ti,-k.t agents .ain l lli-el with m1111 nthly sailing s-.hith l.-s. Write for
mineral iifer aiiition. sailing s'hledtil'-s. tlilte '(ro ll u i..r'v itions. tr ciilli .n


The iin-at Through Car Line from lorida-4'.i ane.tetiois:


To TE KWest

WALT~iER HAW~~KINS. G4e'ieal A_-nnt. .221 Wo-st lIta vSt.. .Jackson vijli,. Fla.
E' .I:lVB. N 1l ni~'. E. 1'. CHARLTOl' N. (i. F.. & 11. t. fIlIE
Ni'pier 3:7, N oriilt i R ..r, Ne'w York, N. Y. 3. 1 -)-1'1ll2
.1. W. WILKINSO N. Agent. lDaytonia, Fla.

.-....III................. Pullman Sleeping Cars -nt
that they would engage to remain in-ars trains.
definitely in such comfortable quarters, tans.
hor after the first fright at seeming Ask for TIockete via Sentherual
capture of a new bird the little crea-
tus seem to adapt themselves happily
to their new quarters, and only when H. I. CAREY, Fla. Pa.m.AgtL.1
the pangs of hunger attack them do S ADV I,
they make any attempt to find their S KwC
way again to the open.-Washington General Pasmnglr Agent,
.Tlm-s.Wahiungton.5D. I
SUPERSTITIONS AT SEA. Jamfew 15, 190o .
ea~dat eCtion* Still Prevail Ameas
the Older Marlaers.
It is a mistake, according to a well "My littk- son ild in attack of whoop
known young naval otticer, to suppose in"g e eougil a nI n1W- t hare-ht.i-edI with
that the sailors of our present navy are runlid; wbut ff iili anl ii, hl :i slCoi, li
ftee from superstition. "I remember." tiln..s it. I*iel ia fi-iio vrai
he id ."only five years ago when I a1titks of icriule. --l .1. St.rickfiadni.
I- in the training ship that the old editor Worlr4-li.-rald. Fair Hlavn. V;iLWai.
Aits there were as full of old super- For sale Iy all druggist.-t.
'.bW ltos beliefs as any of their ancestors
ald have been.
"When at sea In a dead calm. the Su ersl and Rheumatiams.
swaying of the masts in the motionless Sufferers from rheumatism Iwho lthe-
atmaosphee sometimes causes a pecul- lieve thatthey will be cure bof their
U hr waving sound like distant cries. lces through wearing a serutin, kind
Thsl. the old seamen assured us. was of metal ring would be surprised per-!
the moaning'of the souls of sailors lost hnps to hear that they are keeping
at a. alive an old superstition that owed its !
"Another one of their pet beliefs is origin to one of the eremoa es per-
that all sailors that die by drowning formed on Good Friday. 'The ceremno-
are at once transformed into Cape ny was called the blessinstof'thecrnnip
Horn pigeons, or. as they are also call- rings and was carried ouitj.y the king
s*. Mother Carey's chickens. Officers himself, who went into. hi private .
n supposed to find their reincarna- clhail. accompanied onrlyI)y his gret:it
At"o In sea gulls and mews, while the alrnoner, crawled on liis.inees to the
solitary albatrosses, following the cruciix andl there lilet'iedet silver lowl
of passing vessels, are the souls full of gold nuln silver ings. These
at captalns who have gone down with rings were nfterwa-rl *listriblited to i
their ships. These ae the reasons why Peope who were i.tlllirt-Td with rhen-
Sailors never kiN tbef birds, matisn or epilepsy. Th- idea Is suip-
"I remember that these tales 1Im- posed to have originated In a ce.-tain
pessued me a great deal in those days ring given ley a pilgrim to Ed ward the
en I was still mere boy. On one Confessor. which was kept In Xe11st-
seeaslon I was sitting in the forecastle 1unster abbey and used eas .cure 'for
M Wmy watch below, chatting with the such ills.--lndon Chronicle.
Ia-tswain's mate, a real old timer, HOT wVETHnI wrik.:
whB our conver-sation was Interrupted If Vi fi fatggeld ,uti. listless alI l., .
by a low wall of agony, louder than ing iln l,%l-raz. l :i r: pnerl;i silff,.rilig
tat asumally produced by the wind. We froni thi, ,.-lIilitatinw, -, n 4ets ,r sliiiliae.-r
eatimed In a deep. awed silence. wvat h-r. Tlie.' -vniptomlllhis ilict-a t btha I
'Boy.' id the boatswain's mate. ye a t1"nlli is nfe.e"i' that will c i..ilt. J
hear that? That's a seaman's call wot's hnailthy' aiiill*tit**. iaikei iiet li.ri-t. i
been drownded.' tnilate the I.Oe.Is an1- impart nitiirai
"Again the wail disturbed the silence. inii li'teli,'. h;t.ii. I -terltei
, Yea' said the old sailor in an anx- II. J. Fit-ar.l. '-, r. i ,rlail0 \i,-'
Se-_ whisper; 'that's some old salt IlHotel. Ihi.n.ey Kan writ. -1 have.
Wt's lost his life on board this vesseL eil-d lie.r-hilie feor thi. 12 I '.ieii.
Likely he's come for something he's lnothinl on cl rrth 1,11 l':;it it. It Vi ,a.
g o.i r i-itrtinnie.nde. te in., bvy Dr. N.\\ ti,,i.
"After awhile I ventured out on deck. Kan. 0.-1 t .I. Mi. .I, ,
The walls were coming from the roof
ef the forecastle. I climbed up and Tih- Floridla l:a.t l iL'.t l'.otel i iln-
there found the captain's little son lai maiikes the l, o .ililn nt I ha: it
taling away at the cat's tail. which ilaid ot t fl-i th. tir-ti iof lof .-\ 19-01 -] .
the poor animal was resenting with the th,,' ir.ll ,f May .i#112. the0i2,e ,-S 1'.I
fol power of Its lungs."-New Yorkf t
i Tribmw0 n (. ilir ltlhl i $1.2040 f,,r -.;eli
Swolrkiang diay iI th \l.a' ai *Thlis \v. is
Ajdvee., paid it to lalbilri-.i iinti tniilivli'ia"
"Adrice" laid Uncle Eben. "Is like
sos' ev'ything else. If It's any good, I i AIn IT IN.H His \miv. usi.Aj-;n.
you does' hare to give it away. You t o l. it 1.14w n;n!
ki'L. *uurgns Stll uilhi, a a'. ,11 ku tit'wn I" irll" ;ii
kin glner'ly sell It"--W lslhington St-r. I.,n ,ii Ni-r iehciia. i 4 lli. io, ie~ n,.n- ,n
-- i~~t~nt rinab-n adw ithe.latin&n 'hilksA j~nu. -

talit n alder of the Dayton lolkz.,iting". ,
A rI.:MiiIi RFsl it le kneoe, that this paI|',r iliisi ti al-
Neaoralgir ip ins, rhe.u.inisal. i l, u gili;, A, Vwl entl wC .inl3-y 'hI.iut hi i k h iailu- niid i
sa d sc.itic. pai* yldu ilY to theut I-i..mi'l, railm n II *im- (a io .l.r I* i l. I A I

Iotel Dining Cars on all through

llway. Correspondene Sallciate.

103 V. Bay St., JacksonAvlle, Fla.
An't Gent Pus. Agmt,
C. Atla, G4 G

The llalrspring.
Thlie'hlirspring of a watch is a strip
of thlietinest steel about iW'. inches long
and .(1l inch wide and .O4tr27 inch thick.
It is coiled up in spiral form and finely
temperedl. The process of tempering
these springs was long held as a secret
lby the few fortunate ones possessing
it. and even now it is not generally
hiiown. Their manufacture retluires
great sk!ll and care. The strip is
znuge1d to the .020 of an incli. but no
ineasuring Instrument lias yet been de-
visedl capable of fine enough gauging
to dletermnine beforehand by the size of
the strip what the strength of the fin-
ished spring will be. A twenty-thou.
saindth part of an inch difference in the
thi-kiiness of the strip makes a differ-
.ence in the running of a watch of about
Nix minutes per hour.

Miniature Holland.
The striking thing about Iolland is
that .everything except the old pari-hl
churches. the town halls. t!hj dikes
:ind the tre s is in miniature. The cit.
les are not wide. and one cain igo from
the most northern point iu the country
to the most southern or from the ex-
trenie v.-e: to the extreme (,ast In a:
single '!iay and. if it be a summer day,
in daylight. while from the topI of the i
lower oif tlh, cathedral at U'trccht one
can jo k o\er a lirge plit ojf the coun-
try. The league and Rotterdam aro!
onlysixteeni mils :apart and T'Ie Hl:iglae
and.Aiis:erdain only forty miles. Arn- 1
liIn- and The I Iague are t.ce two most
co-.-,plolitan cities i:n tlie kirlg oin,
i'-.d one meets in the streets all sorts 1
and conditions of Netherlandlers.-Bos- I
tou Tras'-r ipt


)r. -J. M. Joes.

The Atlanti4'oast Line. via C'harlestton, Richmond
and Washington.
Tie Southernt Railway. via Savainnaib. Columbia and
The Southern lIy. via .leisup. Atlantn and Chatta'go
The IA)iisville &- Nashville via MontItgoniwrv.
Thie Sothern ly. via Stavanninl iah. lunPiti. Ahville
Thle Moliile & OIhlio RIt. R. via Montgomery.

Via Snvalmari ahi nil ( lieuanSteam ship oi t injanv for
New Yo rk, l'hilaldlj chia n ad lBostonII.
Via Suvauniuuli 3and1 %merchanLits amdlMiurers Tratimior
t~ttifoi ~liuifjiiiiiV faior Baltimoire.
Via Norfolk andil teaniuers for Nowv York, Blaltjimore
an Washningtoin.

To Key vWest ain II, vani. 'vi;a I'eniinsuilhr II aln Occiden-iItal St;llIealship o)lmpany.
To Nova .t-Sitil. (Iaw*1ireton aid I rince Edwards- Islanid via lBoton anid 1 iItiiCanada.
Atlantic ainl Plant Stealmship Line- fl. r Halifax. lHawkes-bury and Charlottestlown.

Summer Tourist Tickets
Will IH. n isaleI until .4-lt. ;.l, to the principal reso rts througllh iot thie iiaunitry.
limited tio t trirn Oiht. i:!. WVrite, tehII ulndersigrne-il, a.d n staii- whei-'e Vyou wish to
go. and proper information will Ie' given.
Something New
Sultrier texi.l.rsilo)i rate to Washington. II. .. from DaIyton;a $44.30. with -13 day
transit limniit in nah direction. tickets liInit#el t)o (.t. :11l. 1902. Interhanlge ile
mileage tickets giilod over 1.'.4H00 miles oif aLiMing thle principal railways in the
southern states. airt 1ni sale iiy thie principal arge'nts.
l-'or eominpll-t, information vill on \V. 1. .11 .IIt. ticket agiit. or allddress
F'. M1.. .-H l.l ., livi.-ioI n I ass ne.I r A.lg-lnt. 1:t. W.O-5 Itiy St.. .;ia kse nllville. Florid;,.

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Air Line Railway.




243 North Beach Street

tis t






Through ti -ke.tmto New York, PhiladHelpb,
1p New laven, New London, 8toninlh,"
Providence, Fall River, Boston and

at rates LOWER ThIN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Threemtesamo
trains every Thurstmliy. leaving Jacksnoville as follows:
Via tlwe Sea Islands.......................10:111 a. m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via l'lant Syste i........................... ::151p. i.
Via S.alpoard Air Line................... 7:410 m. (Fast Mail.)
Il'aisngers leave iDaytona 5:29) a 8m and
:I:22 pma. making cloue connections.
For illustrated matter, diangranms. ros rvations, tickets. etc., addlre

i If. IClark. Ltm-ail Agent. IDaytona,. Flat.
eeee~eee-e0n05@- -eC-e0eSeO -


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

T"Chicapo and Florida Limited 'rain

and ".)ixie Flyer- sl epinig c-ars
The. "Ilhi-caigo, anl Florida Limited is the Iuickiest train from St. AuOgetian

and' l hu-ksmivilleVj i-til'a t C .tanai g-N ville. Lt iii isvilk'loel I 'Iicap. *with Puflwmaa'.
filniist W I s'.-rvii t i41ii;11 mu hmi-a Lrroipms eti l.t-r-i-. dii ninrr tars.ete-.. through wita
f.-hiimii -Dixie all t hoive- trmmil siet-loer via Atlanta sn~
Mm1-t in to St. Liuiis witbolie 4-mt lngrne.
V401. iint 1;I t r i 4 atii renI;It i 'e teIeP a ti4s. swIit-, ItaI.. i l- -tv .. # )vfo)r sle-ejwr i-eeri-ationx, writahe;..

I'.K.ll~t~N Gen. Pass U-011nt, El. J. WALKER. -ln. IPamw. Ag~
Atlm~tir. G a. *Javk-ksville, 1Fla,j
IL. F. SMITH.1l i-atie- lmaigro-ir. N~ishrville, Tenni.

Th' Sinlorts-t It ll t...

C ~ ~ 11111i lt, 1hi ll3j ii jct., Iiiluilarr Sjiaillqa~.% s tip6

w ~it nI I'Illl10 )1*,; 1 IlI, L NIAN S LEl-lhl'S. It ii.- t I j., il%- I ite-()I piraktiing 0


l Aifitl. 4) in. iriii-t ii ii tit- tie

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.

FIL NIt'll'.Y 1:1 'iII.: .

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7.21 pm..

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I.\ : lii00 l......... :. .-i o mlle
I .\ 1 :1 .' II .. ... 1 i. 1 ;ill

Nran- and Bronze. N.,. I- ll\ie i'.\I.r-<';rri,. Ila inlltiit lr:\\ii. It .'.Lin I'ai ifi',tt Sl, ilena I ars.
Brass, ail bronze are two 'tloys of .l, nk-n ill, to St l, "opper. The tirst is cvmiapos.-sel of cop- ,lilje-t .ielln ,.e tiil iat'-i ill.' \\ithl -,!,e'elii|| .1 ;.| l Iena-, \ il, t.lai a i llcillla. ti.
p'tr and zitnc, the latter of .e llper and I lil.\ % .t p- at iiolli,\\i,- A \ A VW ti eti-W. i a.fIi.,ol. IS.,i.r inal IXaei,
tin. loth historically and sthientilically Thr'lirehli l .;a.e-lih I.t ,-i'.. .Il k-enli ili' tain l \L. i
these two compoundd metals are of N," 2--ln.ty I:\pre.-- Stel,,-at ill \ ; A \\V I ... I'i t..-3 \lik l-- 'r., i,.'
iLr after interest than nlmost any others. 1 -lrle tia fter Jill eeliat-- \\'- 1t ;lia N t,-r'\\. ': I, I u' .. il .\ine., ,
( li a ny'q l i-r iin- n ;il .l:h, k- vill.l \\ h .li ll ,t it ... i i, mili ,ln Th, l ,...i ,:r! ,
Copper was one of the iirst metals dis- lir Li,-. : ,I ,.ltri, I i- I, et I -
rovteir. extracted and utilized in the
earliest lueriods of our history,. anBd an- L 11 1A.tN. I t I1 lT' :ss. At.
tiquarievi are accustomed to speak cf n
bronzeze age" to express that Interval T AT
of time during which this metal furulte ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
raany of the implements used for in-
dustrial purposes and in warfare.


The is .. To St. Louis and Chicago
"Wasn't that an odd thing for the
minister to say Just as we were leav-
ng?" asked the Chicago bridegroom of I'lill-aanii I'l'.in.-e sI.' I ,at. fir',ii, .lai ,k-,invill, to SI. L.ati tr .i.l >i It, hi,.;i,.

Tri- Weekly Sailings
SCallinir at Charlestion. I'.. .lith ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
D ini-t S.-rvice I.'tw eni

'allinlg at Charleustoni I:,oth liWi,'; s.


From Lewis' Wharf, Boste
from foot Catherine street, JackssviNs

Between Jacksonville and. Sanford
I'ING; .AT Il..ATKA.l. ASTO ". ST. iilNliS. BSFORD. (i):LA.l)
11.11: Sl'IllNiS ;iii lnlit.rII lie at I.itn.ltii a eln S T.. JM I-NS RIVER.
I.l' I'T. I II. ;I'. h K

STI'. tU ti kI ;i i Ut *~lO I ti d i in-% t5 M)PM
1'-\.. ave h'if. 11l ... ..... *. t... ln.. ....k .......i.. II IIe-eh ,av;i.ISnd Th iribi es at 5:11) p.3.

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

19 .rSIat.iiST .N\..\ 'I ,Irk 2411\\--t% i t .. Iaiksiouvilkltfb
'I'l' 1S0I HlAL.EY Lii VI Vt 1 1. 1.A)V U: I.L. -t. Flah. S1hut.
F(I"T 111--al t.. ll '. F- IiI n St'.-Lick.'t.IIIiI***
G.I u'iir I I M 11; 19i011,~Ii i;a~ e~t~
lla,-.aiptimui i h Itiiiiihn-r. 1'lSt;i t.- -St Ii Vai. ~ t t.rv P31rk \.. .e



Ar)y Business


Cent each in 1000 Lots


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

Richmond Washington Baltimore
Philadelphia Boston Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
Cincinnati St. Louis L Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicago, etc.


The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington. Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida xpreas
The Chicago andc Florida Special
The FloridSa Limited

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operatedfin
connection wvth the Plant System and Florida Elast Coast Railway

I huhld I -I rI t11 1 t -ei 1,%i.(l-;11-~a. f. f I I I I t Iii~ i~~tiie. li

1imI w re-v, p.ial ~Ih i~~ll i. N .. line-.iia.Ilii I 1 ifI Liiiil
I'lii l\. :111 I TITi t heil 44-k 111i.. '\ i 1 ti 1t-1ijhi a V ta I at Il
liptli lt xi-i.-it Ir i n ie.-rfli-.l ll I' T l~ l- h ti~rii l l'.e

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