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The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona Gazette-news
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Daytona gazette news
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Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
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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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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?

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VOL We qme

Daytona, Florida, July 19. 1902

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S The ret primary election held in A promiinet citizen who known all thl
pIj ee-urred Tuesday, and thel~ rtie concerned in this transmatio
go'd hores of many candidates are hands in the following letter. He de
l N m in defeat, while the others arm 'lines to, g ive names but voucher for the
: over vitoriet In Volusia county authetit-ity of it. He ales) de-lines to
vo was not very heavy, because of tellW h itl e into his poeseion.
Me bageibeing no opposition for the sayS tiw parties are all white. As a per
-- o"fms. Daytona precinct polled fervid appeal it ranks high. This is it:
lb largest vote. 10ot ballots having IAK .GI.RI:--ie Il. i v!e you first niy
o asmt. Tomokaholds te record or hart has been jumpin' around in nry
1 tet vo e, the returns showing lung box like a toad frog with a string
- two. Two of the inspectoes voted tied to its leg. My hart and sole goes
bg hth third was not qqalitled. The out carter yon. My love for you are like
Spears for this pre.ine.t were Henry a young steer in clover, grows stronger
It. C. R. Cox and Edw. Fitzgerald. day vby day. Since first I sot my eyes on
T! following are the candlidates you. I loved you with a love that never
-A lbtld: hli es its grill on their strings and ropes of
S m_ ted 8tateen~at ior--Stelen ti. the hurt. i've eed lots of gal in mn v
Gr -- tinime that looked sweet and teniptin' but
i rRep entative-Ioert W. lDavis. linonie that could cavort around in a
r srJustice (of tihe lSupr-nie CIourt-W. man's affeetion.m like unto you, and kick
A.Hocker, up miy hope and asjliratioism, that mat-
ti Secretary of State-Il. ClayC(raw- rimonyoll only can satisfy. You are not
OL- ue- only lurty, but you atredevilisii and that
-. BrComptroller-A. 1C. (Crons is what catches ulie wlihere I can't get
PlrBallroadCommtniidiioners-Jefferm)on ile. Whe ien s ed you kick that ciga-
L 'rowe and R. Hudson Burr. rette out'en -'s mouth I thought
tate Senator--Frank W. SauiS. I'd jist go off and die a laughing such a
Mllmbers of Hoqye of tReprsentUi- trick as that would tickle a fool. let
L. Smith and Thomas J. one tie. said you kicked his ciga-
man. rette to show what a s loe you had on.
tr Tazx Aswmesor-aamuel IB. Wilson. ibut I know you done it jist for fun and
F orTaxiCollector-li. Perkins Sinith. ; tirnathiu devilhnent. I wanted to ihug
For County Treasure-r-J. J.Vilinzant. v.111u ,i had that I had tie hold to a Ited
S & For County C'ommisioni II.erM-It. r I. l-.wt t., keelc from g' calling you. Sup-
esoe. Frank L. IkBod. W. H .Meltri .l. o. I had tried it, would you have
T. L. odgers and T. J. Murray. kic.ked lilt in th.e imIuth?- 'i wa
S emian/bers County Hoard of P'ullic ,,ovr t,.r our house ter day, and said you
Imietaon-J. L. C landklr, L. E. ausev was not, mhalfs, piurtty as ileople thought.
a X F. Knapipe. I guess I can see feor lnywelf an. I know
tBheomly opposition in tlecounty w;a. y!ouI arie iptirt. thai, reld tor lloots. If
Scomminssmoner in the third district. yo.u w s sugar it sev.lli. like I could lick
pr.lp J. B. Odunm was running against Vyou al up at ote o iite. and never sto|p to
V. lMcBride. Odum wreived blut 4.:u l pick your duds 1 '*uten my teeth. I've
vnew, against 354 for MBrid,-. tritd to quit thinking of you and go to,
S ,e largest vote was ,cast for J. J. work. but no usei to try, fur day and
STImant, and Samual B. Wilson follow Ie night 1 think of you and long to kiss yer
W ith close second. nice sweet pluiiIm fat lips. I'll omine over
Thegreatest sui prise. i roliaily, wva, ter your house next Sunday and biriung
the election of Brown and Burr as rail- you some nice niellar pineapples. I've
road comniissioners. The secret of their ials got one ni e chewin' g(um which I
soeeesetan be attributed .i1 tilt. lil-ral g,, up to iaytot a I'mn going' to give
se ofprinters' ink. lioth oif tih ge ntle- ou i uli atch *lyolu Sqeuirt tile juice
in hbavring had their announcement ill through your piirty teeth. We are mak-
mort of the newspapers in tihe ,State. ing -oul ter day. 1 We tlck te'ln hiig's
The following ir tse totally itte polled i,,i .li| c his h iliot her says %% Iill make the
in Volusia county. 1i. ln-iii t: lest of anly s(oal stit- h ia hial dfil. a long
Eaterprie........... ........ ...... 12 time. I hoi tl tin m- l 'ci ill fclinlit when
OrangeCity......... .. ........14 I v a in \ .~Irti mil <.le tlie- ith it. but I
DelAnd............. .. ..........1I2 guess it 'a little too .~ 0tii talk atiout
DeLeon..................... .... .....17 then st'rious miat ters. llad went out to-
Emporia...... ............ ................ day to ruin tihe lilgs olit.en the field alit!
e..................... ...... ........ .. 27 rmiu agiln a stuimpl and skinllUed his shin
Ormond........................................1.... ....2 |ihlmi to his kne. The plahue looks awful
Daytona ............................... ......... 106 nrd. just like it had been rubbed with
PortOraniugl .......... .............. ................ poke rries. I'n oin" tol iytona next
New lSmyrna ...... .. .... .. ....'i i e--" ek andil et lime a pair of britches and
Oak Hill..... ................ .. ....... 21 gollo\. -s, then im colniin' tl se. you ill
TomokaL...... ........ .. ............... some .st oi te, r it yl t. to galleowi s. they
G uole 1........... ... ..... ... .11 iay .l., lm i hitly fa iimni i ltle up ltiar, and
Lake Helen ..... ..... .. ....... ........... 4 I'll tol keep up witithm the fashion if

S tet on.........................
O teen ................ .....

. .. ...... .... 1 4

... .. .... 17

Pie rs n...... ....... .......14
T o ta l........ .................... .. ... .....4 7

Se&Kjshvl Tickets Clkiea.
Permoll. intellnding i toi ee Niorthi Iy"
water e'an ac cmin\ I.1 ,y aI p ling teo
whe eiti ciI te 1 he a.I re"tt-N''- w.'I. Iute ha.
several esteamshli ticketi .ir saile.
3. E. Gilmomr. tioll-Lteeper iof iws Northi
bridge, was over to le-Laand la-st vweetk.

cost lten crate's of my Ie-st tomatoeU'
What i oulhied r say if I wasteer ax yer
ter yoke up w. ith me in mattrimoiny? I've
thle t.lion skins ready teo buy thie license.
and old plreach'r-- -- owes mnie four
days' work. ai' I cIan get himm teo marry
uis fer hat. t Let me knoim ias soon aws
you g t thrioug heI'lpein. aour dad dig po-
tale- an'i" if you artie willing to expelri-
mient a little in married life we'll hop
right iinto ii it as sooni as I can get a log
imuse' raised. I Yours in love.

SSitar ibrandl slitoes. SuMIT & So N.


We Strongly Maintain that Prices do

not prove the power of a Store as

much as Quality. If you shut your

eyes to Quality you can buy goods

for any Price--But not HERE. t

Wed sooner have the reputation of s

charging you just a little more, for we

desire your continued patronage and

would not hazard your good will by re-

ducing the standard of our merchandise.

You'l Ilways tind our pr ices tlie lowest pos.-ile.





L. H. White has decided to "close up
shop" in Daytona.
A ward of P. G. Fehener. of Ornmond.
died last Saturday.
N. Erickson is remodeling his building
on cottage avenue.
Game Warden Clas. Kurtz was over
from DeLand last week.
Meears. S. Mills and A. 'K. llrokaw
drove over to Deland Tuesday.
Hon.J.J. B. Conrad. of Glenwood, was
in Daytona last Saturday and Sunday.
J. B. Hawk was over at DeLand this
week attending the Sunday School Asso-

SM"a. Eliizabeth Silvernail returned from
a visit with friends in Kentucky last
A. L. Daggett came up his place
on the peninsula Tuesday to cast his
vote in the prinimary.

Walter Cameron and wife drove over
to DeLand Tuesday to attend the Sun-
day School Convention.
Mr. (Gove informs us that there is no
partnership lietween him anmid Mr.
Strither except in the dredge.
l.Try some of those delicious freshl
fr*pies at thie iranmling Bakery.
Alrs. E. T. Conrad left Wednesday for
Highlands, N. C. where she will spend a
few weeks among the mountains.
gl-Delihcioms home made candy at tlhe
(iralnling Bakery. lBetter try somieof it.
Fish Commissioner lDetwiler has just
planted a quantity of black bass in sev-
eral of thewfnsh water lakes around Lake
tiN vet your pastry at the (ii'mmling
Bakery. 'Tis mulich easier than haimking
your own pastry this warm weather.
Mr. andd Mrs. 11. II Thiorpei ad Mis
Thorpe departed Sunday for tIh- .Aliron-
dacks. where they will spndi tlie rest iof
the summer.

Rev. J. F. O'Boyle was down to Titus-
ville this week.
W. F. Jibb went down to Titusville to
cast his vote in the Democratic primary.
Attorney Bly was over from DeLand
enjoying the ocean breese the firet of
the week.
Jacob Slough's new house on West
Volusia avenue, is now ready for the
Rev. J. P'. Graham went to Titusville
this week to assist Rev. Black in a re-
vival meeting.
L. Z. Burdick and wife took in theSun-
day School Convention at the county
seat this week.

8. G. Vandlangham, manager for the
Bond Lumber Co., at Titusville, was in
Daytona Thursday.
Misses Gail Moore and Edith Rix at-
tended the County Sunday School Con-
vention this week at DeLand.
Misses racee Stewart, Julia Kingston
and Mary Allen went to DeLand to the
County Sunday School Convention.

Se'0-veral persons in the south end of
town are gathering "deer tongue," or
wild vanilla, and drying it for shipment.
Congressman "Bob" Davis and his
daughter arrived in Daytona Wednesday
and aresispending a week or so on the
W A few ladies' and gent's bathing
suits, used but a few times, for sale at
half price at the Breakers' bath houses
at S4eabreeze.
Mrs. Jopsehine Vandegriff was over at
IhLanld on a business trip and remained
to sIeiind a few days visiting with friends,
returning homiie this week.
While over to Delmand attending the
Sunday School Convention this week E
E. Starkey secured the contract for the
erec.tion of ian addition to the McLeod
Adain Sc'hantz left Thursday for Day-
toni. Ohio. where lie will remain for a
few weeks. His son. Williamni, arrived
from Ohio Wednesday and will look at-

lait's about time toe think of having r thie business during his father's ab-
your house fixed up. Kost & t1 winner semice.
are artists iii painting and paper hliang-
ing--lettert osult them. hirv Mitchell. a colored lad sixteen
ye-ars of age, was killed by falling under
Mrs. F. M-. Davidson and Mrs ;i iraiiin at New Smyrna Monday evening
Rodgers returned Mondayi ftri their 11,' iwas riding oni the ladder of a box
trip Northl. IMr. h,,odgers went iiup to a r. when lie lost his hold and fell under
Ja m-ksonville Sinday aftern'ioo tio meet the wheelie-,4s. taking off both his legs. lie
tlhem. diedd alomiit an hour afterwards.
a -'i FeSshi bread .very iiin mii-,it thice Why seek elsewhere when you can
(iramling Iakery. lt'r ,,ool. t. timnd what you want in ladies' u summer
S, underwear at Hendricks'.
Roliert Lufliury, iof Icit (rit imitre. la-
vored our tti.e with ia brief elmil hli.-i ur .-abireezc correspondent has failed
Saturday. He left MiNdaylmi for Neo\ t sendill in any items for several weeks.
York, where he will spend timhe 'tuilii.r. St-e-r;il of our muiilbsrilers, especially ini
llie Niortlh. dire atlianxious for news from
tA acme-ationm without a kodak -i tc ; -I h iV h ,e t.Mid our friends will
vaPectink w-.ted. Ie ll 1. oblige us iy se-lding il alny news
C rwk ltlhhk, t .1i nl lie may know.
C'onitraetor (Aive hlias just closed the iHeniidrick"' has an excellent aseort-
contract for a coupiile large buildings. !ini,.nt ,,if iei* s work pants. Look at
Mr. Stiother is onite of hii- foremen id h.eii l.,e-to re purchasing elsewhere.
will have ch- i rge of ltlie tre'ttiocii of tlh li
buill ims. Mr. llHoe-e writes ius as follows from
I'itit--iirg: -g 1 am glad to state that
g Mo-hlelr .isaf for .sale. alliio.m-t new Mrs. I ello-i is daily improving, but she' is
very latest hock combinations: oiiitide still piiallv/A-ed on( thie Ieft side." Her
llmeasuiNmiints 42x2Mx2?: inid.- dinlliii- Iimany Dayt1ona friends rejoice t thie
sioiims 241i\l'\12. Will I.- scol l c-healp. pr.iosp e-ti f Mrs. Hlloe's re-e%.ery and
1'. (). IX\ 10S. (it. lie ol. toi t- ht.r herhn e next winter in her

11.$e'cral furnished cottages tfo renit
at Seabreeze, directly onll the iewach.
II. 1L. KL i ic u-t i' ,t;l.
Mrs. Henry Skinner(i. f Cl campaign.
Ill.. cionductedI the Junior I .iague last
Tuesday afternoon i in thie It.sectiicee of R-v.
Hawk. Mrs. Skinner is ein ,xe.nric-iici,
Junio worker and i.s imuchilih ho\e-l t. the-
"'. Jacksoni- hats. Sii rin & So.
tinghliam & Maley, tie le1poiilrn lai.-
tonia furniture dealers, donated a halmd-
some rocx-ker to the New Smyrna Ihim-
proveliment Society. whlichi ill I.. raittledl
off. The funds \\ ill t 114 1- -ld oil rtl;idI il-
I '.\ shirt to lit and \\c it. "Sil\.i."
brand. mSMITHl & 'Sov
iGeorge II. Matthews'v riimm',l Fri.lmi:v
evoe-ting of last 'week from a '\isit to lii.-
former home at Waterville. Maiii. andi
reports a very pleasant trip. lir-.. Mat-i
thews will rei aini Northli during~ li al-
ance of thie uliimn.r.
g i nlllllln othlinm. S\iril A S.I\.

Th e' li it- I'. Italh.iimgi i ( ii ':nlliin tiar
il vie iiilng tli.' iood.I puIrciha- -,,i l fI- -,iifn I.M r.
Flood to tlhir rm ioom iii iti l M:i.cmoih,
Iuil iU g a I i I 0h'Iit-l ti h ir i i'-111 1ii r-.-- teo
kn eiiw thai tIlc't l arc Iie I.. le I oueit i l ihe-
,,h i s ld s ld i r nail for I liilil-iui: ill itiri,.-
Thl'i, hi ve i a in ll steck ,c iil.,m l u -i ..l-
of all dcl.s ripit lia-.

I2.t 'ldih |li icrr .vii a' linti li ", i, .ithi.
Ao t Bi ll ehI y l' it .l. pili l>i ili, i ;. ; -;i!,,,i

tou e't li ntlh art r i .iii lB -- tli t i t.
v- mg i.n- i, .c 42.\ oil t- m rl iul e
.0i t R v.. ll i .iwil i <- ii i i n O i l-

il. ii. N i I i t -llc 1ii t .\i li.-' l i 1 'e ii rle
cI -ir tim I,.I' e \itIt i all 0Iii c -l i irn iiig
oi t. ilil tlh0 ie ''It lt- \ i' I-e \'.civ -;.t iti-l -

I.sIIl gIII A0 ll health.
tilack lMaria." tlhe county road jail, hauled froe Del and out into the
ilat wodels last Saturday. Four big
iniules ie-longing to the Bond Lumber
'Compalii:ny pulled it out. Eighteen (con-
vits iar, uit tlliere at work o(in thie Day-
tiia and Ilam.laiid road under the super-
vision l tof Commissioner Rodgers, in
\\ ho> i di.Strit they are working.
l- Fi ,, assortniti-it if ied spreads
jilt- I-',ived at ilendicks'. at 5th'. 70c,
7.',,. .,-. fl.uo 1.15, etc.
Allrt. M borrow, iL. trainiiani on the
E. E: I'. Ily. re-siding at New Sniyrna,
xia- lb' y I inj iured at Fort Pierce onday
inighit Iy falling under the train. One
fooi \\ia- taken off. the other crushed
lid ,l s \- ;il iiijuri-s isistained oni tit e up-
pir lpirt if his hi. y. The' railroad vcon-
|.;ii hiad l]ilni take-ii teo the hospital at
S Au..\U ii.tii ,11n ;a sle'ei.-i train, where
hi. reteivdrl priomnipt surgical attention.
His friends i inteirtaii great ihoees for his

Long Hair

About a year ago my hair was
coming out very fast, so I bought
a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
stopped the falling and made my
hair grow very rapidly, until now it
is 45 inches in length."-Mrs. A.
Boydston, Atchison, Kans.

There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair hunger, for instance.
Hungry hair needs food,
needs hair vigor-Ayer's.
This is whywe say that
Ayer's Hair Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
heavy., s* i. An ni

J. M. Christy's house, on Ridgewood,
is assuming uch proportions a to give
an idea of its artistic design.
Mrs. Gramling entertained her Sunday
School class at her home Thunrsda
afternoon. The little folks were treated
to ice cream and cake.
UI.Leave your order at Mills' for
nome of those delikioue baked beans.
They will be delivered to any part of the
city every Saturday for 10c a pint.
Frank B. Austin, agent for the Sou-
thern Express Company at this place,
returned Thursday evening from St.
Augustine, where he has been receiving
medical attention.

Monday the evening train did not ar-
rive until eleven o'clock owing to the
engine breaking down at Ormond. An
engine was sent from New Smyrna to
take the train through.
R. 1. Wall wv from Manitou, Colo-

rado, where he is, with Mrs. Wall aa-
they children, that they are having de
lightful weather and enjoying the beau
ties of the country. They have been in
Colorado about three weeks and expect
to remain a month longer. They wil
visit the top of Pikes Peak before leav


Mrs. Caroline D. Jones, wife of W. H.
.(ones, died at her Ipnme in Daytona last
Saturday of dropsy, at the age of about
66 years.
Deceased has been a resident of this
e.ity for many years and was loved and
respected by all who knew her. Mrs.
Jones' maiden name was Caroline D.
Easton. She was married to W. H.
Jones at Newark, N. J., in 1860. Three
children blessed the union, but none sur-
vive. The couple moved to Daytona In
1882 and have since resided here. Mr.
Jones has the deep sympathy of his
many friends in his sad bereavement.
Funeral services were held at the resi-
dence at ten o'clock Sunday forenoon,
Rey. C. M. Bingham officiating. The in-
terment was in Pinewood Cemetery.

noer W ftd.
Wanted, a bright boy to learn the
printing trade: one w ith a slight knowl-
edge of the business preferred. No time-
killer wanted. Apply to Editor Gazette-


Robert L. Smith was married to Miss
Eva D. Goddard by Rev. C. M. Bingham,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Heston,
Wednesday evening.
The bride is a charming young lady
who ha mimadle Daytona her' home for
the past year, while the groom is one of
the successful young business men of the
city. Their many friends join with the
Gazette-News in wishing them joy and
'The happy couple will go tAo house-
keeping in the Stanley cottage on Pal-
metto avenue.


Tl'hie Voihail Count Bible Aimeciation

met in its seventeenth annual session at
thle First Baptist churn-h in DeLand on
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday of
this week.
There wene- 18 delegates in attend-
The sess n wias marked for the in-
creased attendance,and I it was especially
sU-ccSmful frontm a point of increased inter-
est and depth of spiritual zeal. The
work of this convention was of unusual
importance to the Sunday schools repre-
sented. There was a goodly number of
questions on improved methods of Sun-
day school work discussed by a number
of the most active workers through-
out the county.
There was no little disappointment
caused by the absence of three of the
most prominent speakers on the pro-
graml, viz: Rev. W. H. Little. te-v. J.
W. West andl Rev. A. N. Elrod. who
were unable to be in attendance. There
was another keenly felt vacancy caused
hey the sad death of Prof. L. A. Austin.
which occurred only a few days before
the con- ivention.
R.'\. .J B. Hawk, pastor of the M.. E.
church. Daaytona: Itev. J. E.Oats, pastor
4of tle First Baptist church. elhLand, lan
Rev..J.E. Miickler. pastor of thc M1. KE
chur.h. south. of De Land, were promi-
ineit among the speakers of the occasion.
Anl able addIres, bty tRev. Oats oUn -How
to read the Bible'" wua. decidedly profita-
ble iienl was well received, giving four
methods oif readling the Bmmook. viz: Thet
haltphazai-tdl way. the consecutive way.
the chroniological or historical way and
thi. topical way. cinlpha.mizing thle value
of mei-thl ds. three and iour and especially
four. The address wa. tIopen-ed by a to-
ipogril-Ihical d1escrip'tiol of Palestine.
show ingig iu tlie top lgralplhy iof thie
lanIl ccimtri-iiut-d to thie adaptability of
the lIe,,k for a %iurld-wide gospel. Hti-
called attention t.i tile fact of tile Bible
Leing a literature of at peo.ple--not
meiere-ly cmu e ke one b i. by Rev.
NMi-klhr miii "The 'Sumnday ,Scheol
Teaeli.r." T''his brought out a valuahkle



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school, which awakened much interest
in the department. Numerous other
speakers offered thoughtful suggestions
of value on the subjects of the program.
Officers present were Rev. Hawk, Pres.,
Mrs. Minnie Mason, Asst. Secy., A. K.
Brokaw, Treas.; Miss Gould, Supt. Home
The following committees were ap-
pointed: On "Press Report," E. E.
Starkey. A. K. Brokaw, Miss Grace
Stewart; On "'Nominations," L. Z. Bur-
dick, S. Mills and Rev. Oats: on "Resolu-
tions," W. H. Cameron. Miss Rix and
Miss Kingston; on "Home Department,"
E. E. Starkey, Mrs. Longdon A. K. Bro-
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: President, J. B.
Hawk, Vice-President, E. E. Starkey:
Treasurer, A. K. Brokaw; Secretaries,
Mrs. A. Evelyn Mason and Miss Grace
After exchange of friendly greetings
the convention adjourned to meet at
Daytona in 1903, the date to be set by
executive committee.
The following resolution was passed:
We, the committee on "Resolutions"
of this Convention assembled, do offer the
following: Be it resolved: That we
hereby express our sincere gratitude to
the committee on entertainment, and
the people of DeLand for the hospitable
manner in which they have contributed
to the comfort and pleasure of the dele-
Be it resolved that we extend our
hearty thanks for the cordial way in
which the doors of this church were
thrown open to us, and also to the peo-
ple of the University for their kindness
in showing up through its buildings and
Further: That we accept the kind in-
vitation of the Sunday school oif day-
tona, to meet with them in 1903 in con-
vention. Signed
MYitTLL Rix.
W. H. CA.Mn:O.N.


The Volusia County Sidepath ommiiis-
sioners met at De-Land Wednesday even-
ing, with Coimmissioners Miller. Turner
and Healy present, Chairman Fitzger-
ald presiding.
The reports ,of the ceommissioniri,-
showed tonside-rable progreMsH iin the collee-
tion of funds. The cu rent bills. iel-
ordered paid.
It was dcideld to allow each cmnmins-
sioner all mone0.ys collected in his di.-
trict for t lie lialatiice of the' calendar year
to le- extended in the improvement (of
sideipat lis.
A reward of ten dollars was otffere-d for
information leading to the- arrest andi
conlivic-i on of any petrsion defacing or
tearing down ,iticial placards posted
along the sideautlhs.
Meetings will hi.. e-afte-r is' hel-d ion the
eve.lings of the- flouit'h Moe iday in el,,i

*100 Reward.
1 will pa. a ri-eward til t$14 fr tetit ;il'-
re-st anl0e co. vic.tioIon of any p.I-rs. 4s
'-auight stealiiig my -mhickeii. ,ir having
themi ir t i-i possessioli.

L',.t ie ..H--,..__ ...h... t .... t .b ..


Council met in regular session with
Pres. p. t. Harris in the chair.
Present, Aid. 0. Smith, Stevens, At-
wood, Matthews, Foster.
Minutes of last regular and special
meeting read and approved.
Following bills presented and or-
dered paid:
Interest on Westerly Bonds ...$437.90
Interest on school bonds....... 150.00
Expenses W. E. French to
Oeala and police duty...... 7.50
Time men on streets, drains
and in marl pit............. 121.29
R. S. Maley, itemized bill
to date .................. 39.63
D. D. Rogers, setting grades
for sewers. ................. 8.00
J. Bratt & Son, blacksmnithing. 19.36
Wiln. McGriff, painting (>6
signs, taking down same 14.50
Bond & Bond Co., lumber..... 6.20
Pellicier & Rix livery hire...... 6.00
ti. E. Porter, 1 year's salary
as Assessor.... ............ 125.00
W. E. French, sldary June .. 25.00
J. W. Wilkinson, salary June
and postLia e ......... 13.560
W. S. Rodgers, salary Juine.... 40.00
1. Humniphies, salary June 37.50
Stevens Bros. & Co., three
ears tile pipe ..... .. 455.40
E. T. Conrad & Co.. feel bill ete., 26.60
Bill of D. F. Mo.'i. mon referred to
Street Comninittee, if -amine is correct
to order it paid.
Moved by Aid. IMatthliws, seconded
by Ald. Smith that I-'. A. Mann be al-
lowed to c'onitrait with some private
party in city to put in lhie spleeimen
sidewalk of his iviatriald there to Ie
no .ost to the city.; 'arrie-d.
Moved by AId. Matthews, seconded
by Foster, that e-lerk notify Mr.
Sc-hantz that the council, s ae ommit-
the of the while, will meet at 1:30
'hursday a'fte'uit oi oi. 171 h, to view the
enlisteded ilimlproveitiilt along Mr.
Shliantz' propertylii, I -report at next
tweitinig: .arried.l
McoveI by Alil. Atw,,oo,, seconded
by Alit. FItc -r, that ain ,rdiniance in
retlatin m lc og ft'oiiml within the city
limit-, orf Daytiona1, ite Ipas.sed on its
third aiil thuild ruling: carried.
Oroliniance in ii r-latii n t, pelddlers and
nim' in relati,,ion t in l ietion mof flues
we-rei reah awmioil in mi-tilon of A 41. Mat-
thews, secoi- liI,- .Iy AlI. Smith, same
ret'er.reIl to Onlii,:inui e (' ,I iniittee; ear-
Move.i byI'. A.1. Mltlthme-ws. seconded
iby Al FI r, th.t wni -ii the meeting
a jl.joiirii that it :i lj- iiii t,, imllet M on-
,lay, July 21-T! aiil lih;it mina l bijl.s re-
..-civi.l i* liIbe l ,-I in ;ill.- until that time;
**, r i'i t
Mov,'i ti .\11i M. ttIIhw~.. s-econdeol
by Al.11. F,-t-in. i tliat the cImimittee on
thi -'ei.rl nie ii, ti,.ltio-,? i of r,_awil ma-
- ili.rv 1. \,.-ili ni,,I ,' tiilie; carried.
M'.,\i-,I 1 Ali l''.--t 4-i. -me-monded by
.AlId M'iii, -. nthait Si1..C-t Coumis-
-i,1li,-l,.i I,- iii-trnim il.i to order
t\i .1tti.-l\,<- ,i -e mte-it'- at eeost of
.$ 1 i;.-, c 'l, 'h I,- li r',',' I 'l trrii |l.
( rnlieiji.i ,- ii i'-l;iii i teI 1 gs found
within the-n .V limiit- 'f Dytotna was
r-t.tiiii.,I 1, -ti- l,,i.,r Acting M ayor
Siniih, v -- i,. tii li- ntin mithat pur-
l.. )I li-. i m mit n .feF' t_.te'< .
!.je i" J cm in I 1

g1 paint do not forget that we keep one of the best brands. It has
og the eruc'ial test of the Beach, and not found wanting. There is
I lsmebser than MA.SURY'8. We keep on hand a good supply of Oils,


Varilm Jaimn. FMloor Di-wsing, Dry Paints, Putty' etc.

We ameceiving everY few days invoikes of new goods in

('rockery, j

le ~,- EiaMe. Galvanized and Tinware.
It is Bo trouble for us t4o show goods.


W. H. EDMONDsON, Manager.

119 North Beach Street,

Pl'hone 9.

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WV. I ALD, PmiEmS.

A $1.60 perear win Advanem.
MmltMteam lOe per Lime EachTime.

N at te Postoffce at Daytoma.
asd da, asecoed Claw Matter.

Datarday, July 19. 1902.


m. Jo m, of Pouc Park. was up
iAtweekvmtiDUgherdaughter, Mrs. C'.

The Hicks Brother arn improving
their property by painting, etc.
Mn. Bailey and little children. who
hve bwec vimting her sister Mrs. Alex.
Pweatt at spruce Creek, returned home
8agagy. Mrs. Prevatt accompanied
dm to Epanol.L
A. Dgar haa sold ht house and lot
oa Dqalawton avenue to Mr. Fair.
A..J. Diggar has bought E. F. Me-
Daidi'e place opposite the passenger
epot. Mr. McDaniel ays he will build
In a sear future on his lot on tihe river
hme sorth.of Herbert avenue.
'Mr. Pvor, one of Winter Park's popu-
klr yg gentlemen, i visiting his
b nOthr i-law, Hon. T. J. Sparknman.

Of what does a bad taste in your
aoulthmiml you? It indicates that
reamionah is in bad condition and
w* mniad you that there is nothing so
wa se eah a disorder as Chamber-
-aBesechland Liver Tablets after
--g se aed them. They cleanest
amte the stomach and regulate
Sboeal For sale at 25 cents per
box by anll droorist.


0& Friday Mr. Mann returned from his
hmensad at the head of the river, where
Ih s bem for some time burning clay
or tia Ust to be made on the road. lie
hsbme very successful and has dis-
ewmid a process whereby it nay be
a hr bwed, and is confident it wil
a a damable road.
Os Twmldy Mrs. Carter gave a card
purW to Daytoan and Holly Hill friends.
A way eloyable evening was spent, and
E am llloinmato cream and cake were
awed of wh~ the guests snowed their
e- appreciation.
Mr.a&d Mrs. Frank Hand have been
a-illgaoewdays with Mr. and Mrs.
0. W. Harris.
M.t Q. W. Harris and Mrs. A. H.
eatwrntertained a ew friends Wedlnes-
&WOVeVm. Most refreshingly cool and
dd4bae t hirbet was partaken of and
agkm appreciated by all.
ML. G. W. Harris has been suffecing
bImm s ralgia for the ipat few days.

Cut this out and take it to any Drug
S6M WdA get a box of Chanmberlain's
biarech & Liver Tablets. The best
phyte. They abso correct disorders of
the tomeh. Price 25 cents.


J. Y. Detwiler, the fish comlmissioner.
was hi DeLand a short time last week.
ThAquatieClub people are trying to in-
das him to stock Blue Lake with food
.a. Mr. Detwiler will speud several
mi vthain the North investigating the
A ig industry on the upper Atlantic

Charlie Spaulding has finished wmar-
a his crop of roasting ears from his
two am path. This was undoubtedly
a seat corn ever brought to the IDe-
Laudmarket, and Mr. Spaulding says
hat bt for the expense of marketing it,
eesRop would have been a profitable
m. Be had about two a-res in corn
-I sold over a hundred dollar's worth

eore H. Count, of Enterprise. li..s
bh aspeding several days in the city
thil week. He says it is reported at
-iAord that the electric road from, Kis
mesevia Orlando, Winter Park. S un-
0lod, Eaterprise, Orange City and De-N
Lad to Daytona is now a certainty.
lid tbatthe cashier of the Sanford leant k
haI pigmed his position to acelt the
peIlto of secretary of the new electric
6e eomipany.--Record.
CoIty Clerk Jordan has n .orded the
w1ataortgage ever recorded in Volu-
laoomaty. It is for $tt,OtKN.(k i. and
covem the entire property of the AtIan-
tic Coast Ry., including all tihe Plant
0m6 R By.- Co's property recently ac-
q-ed by the former road. This inort-
ali's in pamphlet form of l pages.
thembasber of words being about 71.-
fl. This document in to le e-ordtd
IOeverycounty through which theeAt-
Ialo Coaest Line ruus. iu North Caro-
a, South Carolina. (ieorgia. Alahiania
a- Florida, and the total tees for ri-
minn it will amount to i7.KK>Q or
SASS. The mortgage is given to the
UIlisd Stak Trust Comnpany of New

Vim Kean Wht VY Are Teklag
W-gyou take Groves Tusteless ('hill
YTast hemase the formula is plainly
psiatd on every bottle showing that it
Inl mpty iron and quinine iu tasteleksss
URn. No Care, No Pay. 2:'.

Jiskme Iote'se the Cora.
Sln Ul-apek-I see now that I mar-
.-dla ell
3ll -kM.y dear, I bood that out


We need so Utopiam, no Arcadia. any
onger to sngget &a imagiry land of
hope, prmenie, happgims
We have it area*, and it Is all ex-
premed in the word Florida.
This seems to be Florida's year of
jubilee. Florida has had fall into her lap
$700,000 for her Indian war claims;
$90,000 for sale of lands; $823.00) for
swamp lambs indemnity. For the inm-
provenment of her rivers and hai bors
nearly $4.000.000.
Besidesthin. she has had the Indian
war vetenmns pensioned. It has been
the iest year in her history for her phos-
phate. her lumber and her turpentine in-
Her strawberry growers have made
more money than in any previous year.
She lhas captured time cantaloue alnd(
waternielon market the sauIe as she did
the orange market years ago, and inll
tomatoes. lettuce. cabbage. she stands
pre-eminently ahead.
So big has FlArida's fish industry
grown the jpast year that it is suggested
that her -oat-ef-arnis Se -changed to
r'Iprem'nt a M-hool of niullet.
In the language of Hooker Washing-
ton. we have but toe let oiur lucketsdown
any where around to have then tilled
with pure. sparkling water.
Flhrida nteasures seven hundreds miles
in length, and has twelve hundred mileih
bIoth on land and sen. are yet in their in-
fanclY. and her contest for coniirtnercial
sup.rvnaicy is just beginning. and slhe
holds out a very .ordial invitation to,
jleoplle everywhere to conie and share
with her in the great profits and possi-
biilities that lie iinlediately lstforre her.-
k-ala lhtanner.

"I .im using a hbox o(f C(hanleerhlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets ald find them't
tlhe best thing for nay stolnitch I ever
useld." says T. W. Robinsotn. llstice. of
the Peace, lholnias. Mich. These Talh-
lets not only corre-t disorders of the
stoalillch 1uit nteglates thlie liver .1nld
bowels. They mi v easy to take m:ie1
pleasant in effect. I'rice 2.1' eents pter
box. For sale by all Druggist.'.


All this section of Florida is now in the
grasp of a spell of hot weather, and it
ibelooves every housewife, hotel andl
Itmarding-house keeper to look well after
the care of their liouieholds if they want
to come through the summer triumph-
antly, says the Times-Union aind Citizen.
First, is the increased vigilance in the
care of the kitchen. tllems.silnt wat-chful-
ness is positively requisite over every
morn -l| ,f f d thltha tdii.. in fb .w iQ iii

no~ emb~ -oss,4cAMT am
me- oeb wlo
Gemeal WWMI H.L fww wbe
bas Jus oboebi GemdNsorb~ub
so suinr" a g of.1 army, *3k
the rank of bulgauflr gemormi aL b had
a long and 'omanble carmer In the
service and has & estainflyle
vecorw -an oder.
He has seen servke In the war ot the
rebel~on the luIndianeampalp the



More than half a century ago, before
the serfs were emancipated in Russia,
the Count and Countess Gedeonovaky
owe'1l a beautiful g!rl. Liza. Ivan
I'::,'-.::e. who had inherited a fortune
fru.ti .. iaer. a merchant, fell In
love .. t: I: r, and his love was re-
tur.:: d.
One morning Count Gedeonovsky
upon opening his 1.nall received an offer
from l'anshin uf 5.1 0 rubles for Liza.
the young man stating that he wished
to marry her. Liza. who kmn w the offer
was before her iitis:. r. was listening
at the door, peeping ii; ,;" lgh a crack to
bear and see what 'hacltie there was
for her and her lIv,.r's happiness. Her
heart sank with!a h r when she heard
the count exclaim:
"What impudence! This man. whose
father grew rich beside me while I
grew poorer every day, now thinks to
deprive we of my most valued serf.
Liza, Liza: Come here!"
When Liza canie. the count showed
her the letter and asked her if it had
been written with her consent. She ad-
mitted that it had. whereupon she was
dismissed by her master with the
words, "I will teach you how to form
plans without consulting me." Then
he wrote a letter to l'anshine declining
the offer and warning him never to ap-
proach Liza under peril ofTA, -law both
for himself andhi I r. I'anshine knew
what this i meant. The count was inll
favor with the government, and a word
from him with a trumped up charge
would be sutfcient to send both the
lovers to Siberia.
Panshine'. who was a determined
fellow. pondered lolng seekilig for some
plan to possess himself of Liza. At
last lie concluded to tight the count
with his own method. lie would make
a ch.'rge against Liza of br'ini a mem-
ber of a band of revolutionists, get her
into his possession and carry her be-
yond the Uorde'rs of the empire. No
one but the. Inost hliri!g would attempt
such a plan; for, if success meant hap
piness in mtarriage., failure meant mis-
ery in prison.
Pansline knew well the' corruption
of Russian olticials. lie liaprroaiched
one of them whom he had long known,
Mikhalevich. and made him an offer
of 10.a1Jo rubles if he would arrest
Liza and then secretly turn her over to
her lover, to be carried beyond the bor-
ders of Russia. The offer was accept-
ed. Panshine sold his estate and sent
the proceeds. except what he needed
to help him in his flight, to a bank in
America. When lie had arranged for
relays of horses to cover the distance
to the Prussian lhorder. a hundred
miles, all was ready for the attempt.
One evening Mikhal'vich appeared
l .. .. + + a .. ..

e o oo a conum nto, or s n at the counts estate an rea

t of conspirney. The count was aston-

daily with sisomel antise.ptic, solution aned Isned. ie' unlreu not resist an ometr;
tnloroughly aiod h but, suspecting a plan tU get his serf
Not onthe sgrap suspicious eatr out of his hands. is s ain "as a drosky
Not ne riefrito r epatUle should l1"could be got ready he hiraive after the
,ver-rilp, fruit ear v'reet':tle- shiula ti ol officer iand his charge. lie had not
the table. gone far lsefore he caire' ulpola a drosky
All garhagesholl le 1 watched, y overturned. Mikhalevich being in the
and noiet alloVlwd toa a ICuIealn h tt1. s Ch'loride of lint should tio splrinklhdl where to Lie seen. As son as the
frely can othel grounded wheie any Vwater is count could stop Mikbalevich's cries.
thrown from the g house, and siny k ied which he kept up as long as lie dared, JkF ESOX DAVIS MEMORIAL ABCH.
the thetoliter said that he had [ee i set J
chlosts should t*v all means IaveIL a do" upon lay lPanshine and a number of archway will be 25 feet wide and 40
at least every two days of washing soda his friends and the girl taken from feet nigh in the clear. An interior stair-
dissolved in boiling water. or else strong him. Fortunately for the count, he had wly will lad to tlhe tolp.
lye. Keepyour ldroomns andel I.litg I the best horse in his stablis, one pos- Tolife lz t etoliv furs lnore than twice
s.-rupulously clean. and do tnot lforgt emsed of remarkable speed and endur- i lf- sit t'v..'" ii be placed o a either
your own bath as often as possible,. anice. e df. of li h
Wle'n it comes to what you should eat I.iza w:as astoniished "at her arrest ed thf l irels. two oh. each side of
and. suposig that her ster had i i th dres. two O each side of
during the hot weather, give pork thead. supoing tt her mster had i-
-b tnti ;t vry gith. it i~ stigated it, was in dlespair. When sud- the aI'h. will be placed four bas-reliefs
go-b entire. Eat littlmeatof denly a drosk turned frn a broad re.preselnting Glory. Truth. Justice andt
Livey ki c ilk. s. Valor. frit tra d to t' the attic e
trllsfee th n ce, her di- aThe thirteen seals in the attic repre-

and vegetables., with eI're'ali, alternatedd.
for breakfast.
I'se lemons and litnme freely-about
one lime or half a leumion te a tuniIthle tril i
(of drinking water.
Keep out of the sun it.s much is pol ,s-i-
ble. and do not gullt, do% n too a tih ie'"e
water when yoar body is ove'r-l.itel .
sip it slowly.

THI'RI: ST I.t I;NTr vok .ilsta l\-
Mr II. v.wells. tht.e ierc'Init..t n I la,.
Park Lon.g Island. N. Y s;ia.+ re'on.-
miend t'hanilmerilaiii'm Pain t.alimi .s tI ,.
Lbe'st liniment for strains. I used'I it last
winter ftr a severe lameness in tit t side
resulting fromi a. strainn. ludh wats Lote.t
plead i with the' q|ui effeted,. aFor sathle by All11 Irugi-st

tress was turned into tin exciting hope.
She asked for t11. explanation, well
knowing that liberty and happiness
were now to vie with a prison and mis-
I':aishine had studied the route and
made his preparations accordingly. lie
had with him petroleum, cotton and
pitch pine. for the purpose of burning
brides after lie -hi:d Ia:ssed over thl.n.
cIteachiu i a bride across a branch of
the Vi-tula, he tired their structure.
It was in fltnllit-s \ hliet tliyecountt
appe.:-red. lhesitatintIg a imomenit. lie
dashed thlirou h lit the ies anid across.
The lovers kiihad aonle on. but b were nUow
only half :i lnit, in :ail\;iai e. Neve.r-
thteless th-y v had fresh horse s, wh.i- the
count's lae se had followet-d thllii for
twenty Imile-s.
Thlie counatt. realizing that he must get
a change 'stt loled at :t f:ar-i long
enough ,l too d" so, lite'n pressed on. IHe
felt sure that tley v .uld take the-
it':tre-' t ra: -l ( t thie l b r' er, thirotiugli
\V;irsawv. and did not stopI to iask their
dire-c-tionll. Frolnl \Vtir-iw Ilit one road
led strai'ilht east\\aidA. :in!d he took
this road. tCoiini;g soon after to alln-
other branch tf (ithe Vi tula, be saw
that thle lbride wa:s irn illames. Here
le was delilaed. till lh e.,a!d find a
ford. h\ lhan hlie conliinued then. pursuit.
getting fieslh horses werti-et r he could
tintd tih li \hlien lie re-i clIhed the bor-
dler. hlie saw t tle ful iti\'es i a:. ssillg it but
a few hundred v;iards alic ih Pirishiiie andil I.zi t didl t know that
they we-re in ( vy till thlcy saw a
niai1 ian ; i' i.;-i i uiir i ii. Tn 1hen they
cl:ialeIal e t '- I tntha-r ill n e:Im llirace. Tihe
coinlit s;I \V it :til turnellt :0l1out. hi e
01 w !' t lit,' ;wia lll'oIt' ; id tld pot
c:i'e to hi:i\n ti(1 it1 s>ee his disIcoltllitulre.
"(la. l\;ti.: -:;Id l.z:l. "'how euuld
yoll t it .e se- -'ll a: i ": .
"-IY tlk I: it t'iere' \\;I lil'op : lby not
t.-.!.::g it tiher;e w ni-s o tai, o ." lie re-

"I'lit the uir:s,.'-:- '-h lie x.-l:i1ned.
"'N. \< r inlial pr -,,t s'\\ ,' ( a tiLa 't. \'e
t1'e gouiig to a 1 ,I \ f f:t't'e in.."

sent the Confederate States. tine ce4.
trial one heiang the seal of Virgini:ta.
while tpon the tive low relief panels
will he itnscribed such tributes to Jef
fer-sonI lavis as may be chosen by the

New York Society Beauty to Be Rich
Califormlan's Bride.
O e- Cf the s eci'-l events of the season
at No.wporlt will be the marriage of
NMis. l.ily telrichs to Peter I. Martin,
the Ca;liflorliia millionaire. oin July 28.
Mi-s )h-lrichis is the daughter of
C('halrles Maiy tOelrichs. brother of Her-
mallnn it.rlichs. who married the rich,
Jessie l:air of San F'rancisco. Her

mother ns il ;lance De Loosey was i
lunOls faar heI beauty and wit.
Mr. Pe-tcr Martint's fortune is es
ia:ted at $lotitw.toi. lie is the elde
Soil of the late Edward Martin. one
thlie early iiotneers and president of t
First National bank of San Francisc

i-lit : ~aMI ot'lala II '- ,I :\ c oI i I \\ Ti a .f t .\
.I \ K lhry '- elait.- ala ,.\|,.-rii .,i -iiin l- I I If v*n feel i "'-'. ,il ,it. li-stI.-. a, l ia .k
at ti t li|at '\\ hi|ih tii h I :|lc,|I -| ,l ill i llt i i r e.-lrr.\ tl ;iure I' -rl.hap.- .u tffa.' ,, t
aeItic -t ,e\e'1 e le ,, .ii tll ,i,, lt0.1i III ( t- fl',O t thi f l.e bilit i;t millir ,ffe.ts f -.111|nil ,,-r
I llite d Stalte'- ttiawl hilt- i -,-i t IIi ; t|lt r-t. \\,calth ,.r. "TlIh.- -. illptoi indt e Il at.o t IlIat
tlihld lty thll iu;ads ,a f itllel>-. He ic ;ty-v : *a totIlic is 1m1-a1-Id l .that ill I-.ito i .
l.ast s ullalI|-r I hatd a1n attta.k a ,f d Wi.-i he.-lthy alhp[teite. miuak. dii'.-.ti oil l srie -t.
etlltary V t d pa lrcl,.h-'.;Is l a hItath.' f ('hti,,r- i ', i'lalte, thi. Ia\\etIh ;tila .l impart a.lituril
l 'rlain's i. I hiole';Ia i ; ia l -iahet-oe; atti ity t t( hi liver. Thi- Hler iiie, will
tI .- .It i -- 1 a It_,- 1. .a- t--- .-.-- ...--. ... ..-- _1 -

go "SeMe to*3 mpwmaie uo w

WN& Urn atis m him b -of*sa
6* of *35Jk noini mem=oftmm
fad em mw a Sa ~*m NNOL ISnot cow
v m3. has 15w*3 .n "subs.

Jess-Yes. and it certainly was love-
Tess-That so?
Jess-Yes; it was just a plain mous-
seline de sole, but so stylish.-Phila-
delphia Press.

A Safe Cure.
"Bimpkins has bought a great thing.
Hie saw an advertisement offering a

?,:erhr:wolaw, ee
_ t'day

Am Orwdlimace to R.Kdlat Uso
AcoCeaice of Pwivato Wmya
b}r a Citr of Dawrtmoa.
B It ordlainedli l)y the' coiimonoii ('ouillc
of Daytona:
That h'inetforthi no, prlviae allhv. lv-wauv.
road. tret olr a vetne., pllllted oer un pluttd.
S'In1ll I rtNlcelpt'd 1%hy ther'ity as it inullucimal
tlroughlfurt'r. unle 's thirty or milore feet
Pns,.ed l tir.t reading MItay 12. l11.i2.
l'lai,*el *'vui l r'lladiig Mity 2N, I P42.
t'i-,s ld t lird rea.duinit J u ,. \9. lr,.

certain preventive of seasickness for Approvedi:
$2 and sent the money." J .- ie hINPAK IN.('l. Ne mvorkr
"And got for his mioney"- CHAM. L.. SMITII, Pr.-. of C(ounei1l.
"A postal c ard advising him toestay
ooll ,,... "'__ I'.*i. t .1 t,. t.,. .' .-.
Fis "t.. l 9 ls 4't ~-t

our, ,...,m,, %e,, .,w0. IFlr rt pub. July 19i; Sept. 6-4r12)
Notice to Debtors and Cwditors
The Best Prescription for Malaria The deii(rignedenrnl having I-,e't duly aip-
(hill :, ,, F. v.,,-r is a l ,e tles f .m.v p) ,lA l ;ii ist r trwi th will l eed
.)f Reilrt I'. Omaun. fie't'e'ven ei lotve I is
TI s'r-:l.-Ss I l.l. \l'. It is simply lr h. u,.l\nl to nil lenr lltors, lenzatees, dlis-
Ir n a0 .1I l (Qhlinille ill ;a t;a teless 4o1Irni. trllmater. andii all s' Inde'bted to or
Nii Cu N\ Pay. I'rie -.) A nutlst ., 'l l ui uln u l t h .i' 'st lhe te, e of Rolnrt
.N a 1'.I e M I 'i 111. I''i.- e'S IeI+t.Ia. ,. '., aunuh ,|.-c,.,m el., eto the l im' i ,.
itlIv : r;lllltlntlcatll,l to ite uunderslmilne
w hii.1 Iw 1.. frrmi th ii alutle or the ainite

Co lmiderate. iI I. f,,r.-v.r lhirr.'l-
Mother-Don't you think you deserve Mt.M i''i-R M '*- .
.e.\hltiiil. ruit1>r itit I hla wtll!
a whipping for being naughty? :iiuit..-,.i ,af ItoI-lrt D.< 'wii .
Son-Yes. maw. but- Thl-.It .i 17. ler.2'.
Mother-But what? -- --
Son--But I don't like to burtl-our NTITIhel.'E F AI'I'I.K'.ATNIN FOR TAX
feelings.-Ohlo State Journal. t ,: I'N II-: t *e < o F'lA 'TIE:R
Nolite is hlre'lav zlven| thilll .lohnll I.
Her One Fault. Hlniky. puirclihae.r af Tax ('eritlllcait No.
"Th-.'r,- is nothing so sweet as.the istl. ,le tclthe :e'd eiav f. lily0. A. It.. sauit. 1h s
til-el., n ie' tI t srllidt of hler voice." declaredd the young t iinamh u(iipli'a)tiui feor tilx eeie to i.. ti In
1h)e'r. n'corimince' wlitl Inw. Siu l -vertillicn t e ii-
"S the' st'eems to think so." put in the I tant.- in I I'p u ia i .,l tnl v. i-loril ir ,s-lrt':
Jealous lady.-l:altiluaore American. l K- l.,it *2. Illk;. MN A I '. Hoally Hill. rTho.
'114hl hl11 l Ieillia il '<, i. 'il ilm the i'-. "1:li 'ic.- if ll've l < e,...1-Il tc'h l i IIt h. r iit:i, 1 f1 I
To Be Sure. I.I-itllui 1-:. eliii-. I'l le-. '-iui a c1i lfh'4at-
Irite Customner-Look here. you guar-. ,I,''t I I -'- .Itn, h,.;'.- ,,I h, .. t ', If
anttced this coat to wear like iron, and Au,\i,-. \. I.. 1Ir-2.
U\ lt 's <>I l 0l1'ii'hl 1 1 .' II1| ,' |11
Just hlok how rusty it has got. this ths. is 'lh Il lav til .llI. \. Ii.. l. i r2.
Tailor--Well, iron gets rusty, too, M \M1-. |I..,Ie t\aN.
don't It?-Chicago Americnm e',rk o. ii t ',,tit ,,Irt \a u inisie 'tlnl it lln. i

l.' a bIiliIn-n.. -s u.#-e Ci'h;1. r1.1-lIill's
Sto iin he ;iilo I ive-r T':1lalets. Th',ev
,. lll I liIh.' -tllaillh i ;lli| 1 re,1g l:' h le' tai'
li ; .itIiil ,i>weIs.-. ,ef'eu 'tin- y tI -I uiiik tilnd Ii.nII II. I 'i. # lF4if.- It, e l l .Ill ,"lru ti.t:.

. I11 N It. I'\ltKINS(>N.
Attorney-;ti l.;ta\v.
l illea t iaa (Iive't Prompt. Attention.l.
Scilia.a with Itinihaln & ThompSil oi.
Iit.t TON.A. FO-IID.I.

V ire t |Im 1,..I1 tl Ii : h: -i s .-pi. ,- ._ I
l']' n,' llll >r'i. I| |'ll l ll \ ,ll ,2 iu m I h ll ll. i l |)- i
',ll-t. il ial nriitia l 'l r i or -e a -n i at It : epi' o I
Arthluri- ','- i. aih' r'- .-.i, lio t f Voil iisa
, -(oilliI. 'lo t iea no I- -i- .- tr Lrr ii'i i te a
til lr-.ll.% l .. l%' it l, -- I%. 'li-' -it i '-a -', ein il Ill

ilii- u+ ii'-| -.utI cIi||Il| l l\ ao \i hern' frt llilha,-
t'llA-s. L. S II I'll.
\<(ll niii-.l il'r o fIr 1 of Ilti. '-'.ath.
of .\ rl1 r llr,.'--.t i ..e l
Tht-J. ly 171h. Iw_'.

A Bad Breath FR

A bad breath means a bad First Class V
stomach, a bad digestion, a
bad liver. Ayer's Pills are t' .I "N 'IIE
liver pills. They cure cop- D tona Ste
stipation, bi!ieusncss, dys- ytona Ste
pepsia, sc; idache. LAUNDR

fa Wut .'in i i -r a'ard a beautiful Phone

t N. ERICKSON Losley (Da
Titus o .

Cabinet Maker and

Wood Worker a

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hands e47 llh-trated --Ir L
year.: f mour t n'hL Solibyalw~

Daytona Teplxp


n ,,ni,.tions with DeLand. Hop

\t t rnely alt-l..l w.

Ic.l.anrel. Fo0i
\' ill pract ie i11 Statt. ii. FederalCll



i.- :Ill I ht is uice'.sa Vr'y.
\W 'e. \ ill ,In tite rest.
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PO L l t-, l H lu tE 'Nf
& nBIJARD -1114 1a tie ve rat viarie'tY )f ;pie.%. e'CksIA

R LJIJI~~~/I~~%Tl- NI'ha.' -'Xee'le'ie- )f' oatc'~ehu tirtkle is

-pls -IIIII w arntne- my ,,rw
Mar h ie lla m s im nItrm"" d this theIith day oW,- -
4II0IIIII ji l -iff1ft 1Mm sem Julfit 8A II.D.
Ia*d i iref Clerk Circuit Court VoluaOa T7m l u i', u- "*

sfitF. a 3g.LW

Dr Charter'
N9otle( thereby given thattarlllg "
npur -r of Tax Certificate M O t eskipeasHot"l
D rS H a rts Sated the ar dday of July, J.. I, b"
flied maid certlfcate In 'my o a DAsOIh,
*madapplitatnfor tax de oIssue In

Iron Tonic iis fr dedtO
lot I BiktlM. &. Holly p
land Ilnk aesaed at the date of the isu s--
ance or such certificate In the namne of Jno. W WlIN,
I n ma w tib llg dii fi n giiiii W W M a M unford. l'n le "e4sa id ce +rtlfleate shall be
uimit omedebuitate ergm s l~mmatom M n red( eemted according to Inw. tax deed will
StAIssue thereon o1 tie l12th (lay of August,
W3Mil Umin i Mt~m5 Se l*3infl A. D., b110.
am-agmIt. Isbolwsquiaklmay W l"WSll Witness my official signature and seal this
lgPm5'61y, the l1th day of July. A. D). 1112.
Xdm. of meSoes of at bitia. uwAX'LI )..JORDAN.
Ias Inas e bask. lemsi oki msinMS- Clerk Cilrult C ourt Voll a County,Florida
dem eta, m.wau oa -aIyDr.B b myrnImaLToas- P I
Tdhe sowifisCChSM of Am seUicAm or Tax Dead Under
Tiueloiwslettat e aorw udh -1 ov: Srofpus4s 6 4 f ierf
endorsementasitwel vers l: ~ Notice Is hereby given that The Atlanti f D W
eal Ta, Dee. 4 Lumber 'eor y. purchaser ofTax C l- Made from Distill
f Heor asMmd loar m 1 __c eate No. I, dated -th nd day of Ju ly, A. I, .P
"Marftrbsa w elm d irIm d aeis e mi tas, lha tiled smId cert lflnete ini my office,
War. ad wlhaI 1rrto1 7 a t111b1r, ,1O I land has mande aippliat tle for tax de*1 to
hmdoibilflgwith am bobol ofDr. Issueft"n futrdnit'e, with law. Mald c-ertili-
HIsr's Im D W Iamble of h1s Wild te ete he following descri i pro- n'tary oln from 7 to 12
Cherry ltttrs, said twobo ofhi s Lltle pertyItutel iilVolusia 'oulty. Florida&, n
erP llO I a Bnow nearly aIstytwo yOaof to-wit: ne 1-4 of nw T- said laf Countlfila,
a& lAoklt I feel tu to o as namedsat the date of it- iIssuance of such
old miadites mnd would 0 nothafi r .erttf aeSb In line uzlalvli of 14. .. |lelhaltl.
any othn w ones M Mmw <*rln,,dinthenameofK. .L. 1.cinhan .hone 4^ 3
f 04 new a O mm.l Unlem alsod certificate Is re.eelaecl accord-"Phone 4.
Mrs. A.Poit Ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on
the 12th day of August, A. I).. nmr2.
(won -P -i *. Witness lily otic-ill sigiiature autind ..nlil Volasi Av mae Ia"d
this the' llth day of July, A.. D., 111t.
of D_ MAM'L I..JlIoAN. --
vrWy bole of Dr. Bar hC lerkCircult Court V.olusi NCou.ily, tFlorida
tosr' I W Nes Teas hs owur

mSbtui te-i elm a.Dr. mai er l Ne f App leln for Tax D laeed u W l
M-d Dy Seethe 66* Ch-er 48-8. Lw aw WFlori so.
THE 01, IMATER nEDUUIB W WPW Notice Is hereby lven that Chas. Fozzard Mention this paper and
-AUSTY. Sees purehuaseM of Tax *ertliilcte No. l itKN, dated Pm I
I h3rd day of J( oul.vA.ID.. Hi1. hasif led said
W e.l"" ..'W"W"'D.K **ierifl any othee,iad ha niader appli- a
.Tbm n i _u_ I catllionti for ltaxde44d t< Issle in accurdnctie Winston"
U aM B1AI W i with law. Said .certlIilht c.nti alcel tin fel- Winston. N. C.
lowing descriletl pro perttv situated in Volu-
sin county, Florida, to-wit: Lot 2,. Blok Ii, Lowest Prce Whiskey
Display of Weialth Unwise. uI uiilawtenl. The ,aid land being ui st.iee W
Dla of Welmlk Clolh lit the dale of issuainice of suc.h terlllh'l. IaI l
"There is nothing more unwise." said the nuaile of L. N. Hubtmrd. Unlets.s .said
the friend, "than a needless ind ostent ertiflcate shall Ies redet ned. ordiig to
tatious display of wealth." day of August A. D., in Si H. G
"That's right," answered Mr. Grip- Witle, ,. n official signature and s- e. a
per Sorghum: "there are enough people .AM\.~L I. lJitlA.\N. .\m'HITKImT, BILUlnC AND Co
trying to get it away from you with- I'h.rk Circuit Court Volui.u.-ounly. Floridl ae e d office, northelatg
out issuing any challenges."-Washlng- Ridgewoa ant d Volusia avt
ton Star. Notice of Attacl-met*. 'Phne NS. Daytona,
STAT ,I.COHI A. t Io.Jn Fiii ,.'e ourt I
If a man makes a prediction, people CtOTNTY OF VOI.-oIA I Jus l'c .urt.
forget it if it does not come true, but To EMELINE T. ENe,, l.f,-enduanli:
be will not let them forget it if It comes You are. hereby i notllied that a writ a of
true.-Atch so Globe. l ttlchicil bii ln..buen i UKgailIst e)ou,'
true.-Atchison Globe. ii ad your property at Holly Hill. Lott num- F. W. SAMS, Propridte.
lber twe-nty-o ,.' i(1) "Hernllidez (rlutit, _"
Stop the Cough and Works off the Cold as b14.1itwehted to satisfy the denmud of Rlates $2.(00 per Day and
Stops the Cagl lad Works of the C~I~IW. A. lINPass arnounitlllng to thirty-four and Ia\ to R lr
Laxative Bronao ( ilinine Tablets eacre a thirty two one-hundredlhs dollars cold inll one day. Noa Cure. No Payv. 2*. a id <,sts. NEW SMYRNA. ,
N.w. unless you shall appear before (;. M. "MRA
Wnllce,. a justicee for the Pencewt iI ani for --- *
sI i t c oun tv. at his o tffict' at etrn onld o n li fe 1a
A Great Suee"ss. Ith daty of August. A. Ih... .er2, t being le
Tess-Did you see May when sheede- lay, judg,.i*a-t.I will t e r-.rf .lr.iiuigutll. t
v-tc ald nour epr lsol faor de'hi.
livered the valedictory at her college jul7-41 A. I;ev.;aPA$1, PhjlitT. |i
commencement? ilI ield thisatli dty of.Jun1e. 11sr2.

A Ccod Hearted


or in other words, men with
good sound hearts, are not very
numerous. The increasing
number of sudden deaths from
heart disease
daily chron-
icled by the
press, is proof
of the alarm-
ing preva-
lence of this
and as no one
can foretell
just when a
fatal collapse J. A. Kreamer.
will occur, the danger of neg-
lecting treatment is certainly a
very risky matter. If you are
short of breath, have pain in
left side, smothering spells, pal-
pitation, unable to lie on side,
especially the left, you should
begin taking
MileaHeart Cure.
J. A. Kreamerof ArkansasCity, Kans.,
says: My heart was so bad it was im-
possible for me to lie down, and I could
either sleep nor restL My decline was
rapid, &ad I realized I must get help
soon. I was advised to try Dr. Miles'

Spanish war and the Philippines. A
native of Delaware, General Forwood
was appointed an assistant surgeon In
the regular army at the outbreak of
the civil war.
General Forwood reached the grade
of colonel and assistant surgeon gen-
eral in May. 1897. He is the author of
many medical and surgical works
which hold high rank In the profession.
lIe has already seen forty-one years o'
service and will retire on account of
age on Sept. 7 next.

Presment of Confederacy to Be Com-
memorated by an Arch.
Jefferson Davis is to be commemo-
rated by an arch soon to be erected
in Monroe park. Richmond, Va. The
arch was designed by Albert Gude-
brod. a New York sculptor, and has
been exceptedd by the Davis Memorial
The completed arch, which will be
constructed "f the finest southern gran-
ite. will be 65 feet high. 70 feet wide
and 24 feet In breadth. The graceful



A I LwaNd Migd romma. mu

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a W a e. A moe Inl Aeent
aIgemm lraktv earulg the It
of age than women am but the
amdable woman can generally
As prtinUmt remark to make whem
Sapertinemtly on this Wa-
theme. "Old Squie Joes. doesn't
to me rw." said a gentle faced.
lady, "and I don't blame
bhas exellent reasons for not
any esnversation with n
g Ir Wae sitt Ubg I.
W H s wewbe I saw the old
U up near me. He always
i npleaseaut to say about
Swe ar all getting and what.
we all are, so I pretended not
him. Hue catme nearer. however.
-,~ -eat that you, Mrs. Brown? How
do. Mrs. Brown
Strned around and greeted him.
do you do. Squire Joneor
My goodness Mr. Brown.' the
dm fellow went on, "how you
brake! I never would have known
*'Why. Squire Jones.' said 1. "I was
going to say the same thing to
y I never did vee a man age as fast
Sapm S have. What on earth bhas made
pye fail so rapidly? I never would
wse known you.'
SThe poor old squire shrauk down in :
Mb bggy eat and wilted. He looked I
Wf hi usual size and ten years old-
duaW drove off without saying any-
tg further. It was wicked, really.
pdsal the poor man such a blow. but
p elderly getlemen want to receive
Beomllments." the silver hnlred lady
laughingly concluded, "they must go
het distributing them."-Indlana po-
o News.

To have good health, tie lodiy rlouild
he kept i a laxative trndition. and the'
howels moved at ieamt once a day. so
that all the' poisonous wasstts ire ex-
p9Ald daily. G. I.. Edwarnl. 142 N.
- Mam St.. Wichita, KanstIs, \ rite's: "I
. have e d Herbine to rngulate- the liver
a d bowels for the imast tOn yearn, a.nd
lmnd it a reliable remedy.'" 3 at J. M.

nWhat Alllaterm Eat.
Mere than once curious things have
ke ftomd in the stomach of a shark.
Sut never has such an extraordinary
been found as was discov-
recently in the stomach of an al-

This alligator was killed In the Su-
and was more than twelve feet in
W.V1th. In Its stomach were discov-
eighty-five stones, several birds'
"daws. two human finger nails and
C' wiae boots of a donkey, to one of
'Meh a piece of rope was attached.

Its I areet.
g-Yes: t was like going from
frying pan into the fire. You know
SHieharge cured my chronic rheu-

S S.g-Well. then, what's the mat-

"I was paralysed by the bill."-Balti-
we Herald.

Nat ene's sDteremt.
W-. said Henpeck. "1 married her
M I thought her the most even
woman I had ever met."
And now you know that she slan't."
IgI-e-r--not exactly. She's very
r tmpered-always mad about
S aN- .'"--Catholic Standard and

NeRarlgir pains, rie.umatism. lunhalago
Mad Writie pain yield to tle peewtnratitng
S duaemM of lBallard's nowv Liniment. It
p UStratSM to the nerves' and bLneI. and
Seginiabaorled into tl.- hiot.l. its neal-
iag properties an' -onveyed tto every
part of the body and effect nme wonder-
Q lMRs. D. Fi. Moore. Agent Illinois
CanTa Railway. Milan. Tenn.. staten:
"I have need Ballard's now Linimennt
for rheumatimin, tickli.e. ,etc.. in liYv
i amily. It is a splendid" n.e1-ly. We.
eould not do without it." t17n- .-.e-* anmi
61.00 at J. M. Jonie.

aderwater Prwits.
The most conspicuous examples of
p plants whose fruits ripen only utih.
S water are furnished by the slecie'.
Valisaneria spiralis. plants founil most
ly In the south of Europe, but also
cu- ltivated elsewhere in aquariums.
The male flower is short and insignifi-
' cant, while the female 1-rows on a very
long stem of corkscrew shape and has
somethIng of the appearance of a
Mowdrop. It floats on the surface of
the water until the fertilization, by
means of the liollen. is complete. The
spiral then contracts, and the fruit is
withdrawn under the water to rilpb.
Notable sipecinens of underwater rip
ering in lnil;id are furnished by
bladderworts and a species of vallis-
neria known popularly as the "'water
soldier." Of marine plants certain va-
rieties of iAVt .e'd, notably the red,
also ripen under water. Pearson's
;- Weekly.
The Las raewl of Naples.
A century 3agoI thr% e w ere:, I,.t( "la-
aaroni" in Naples. Nci.ler disease
m aor v'nit la::s ti-ijinit'" l their nuianhelr.
iT'heir ilt-hilrenl t;i at a fearful rate.
but there 'r. .. y hospitals for the
sur-vivors. ;a'.:l .-. .i r lo:ard nor hidg-
tur- age.- th -.) :re ilur itd lh,ae into
wthe world to i-oue Is izzaronli in their
turn. like their t:in.iown fathers and
'Whs:t is a lazzarone?'" It may be
asked. A-'kcordiiug to ('olletta. he is a
S mag who iit'-s how" I caln without
W. flg L. If be plts his hand to hbon-
Gt hkor. he is noit longer a lazzarone.
1It may be doubted whether the las-
Smsame will ever become extinct The
1Maanltation" aschbeme will not oust
Wn wor make him change his habits.
Ae s mOre than half what his climate
,.jakes. m.-National Review.
Rxtreme hot weather is a great tax
.' .. c r.;.a .

A 1 eIl,. Srim.paithry the
-1em-e amId sh.* ilMom..
One of the leading matifacturers of
Perfumery declares that he is qu;te cor.
tain that flowers Iosers souls. The
ftagrance o% a flo' cr ix actually ts
soul, and It exists when the flower It-
self has perished. Th!s is net a pcee-
Sal fancy, he maintains. but is fact.
Certainly the frnraince of an flower
is not a dead thing. This nsems to be
a curious statement to make. h:r. It Is
a fact that whcu certain condIt'ois ar
futlfilled a part of the life of a flower
sever seems to die-
Although the fragrance of flowers
dead years ago may have undergone all
sorts of manufacturing processes to
extract It and to fix it. yet It never
dies. When the flowers of the kind it
was extracted from bloom. It exhib!te
a marvelous symipathy.
Take. as an example, the cnase of Jon-
quils. At the end of the year the smell
of the perfume is constant. but in
spring a chang appears. In May.
when the Jonquils. are in full flower,
the colorless liquid has its scent exalt-
ed to a smuprsirngly high degree.
When the flowers are in bloom, the
bottled esseitce is very perceptibly
stronger in ode'-. As the flowers droop,
so does the pe'rffte lose its potency in
strict agreement. Tlii mysterious sym-
pathy bwtweeu flwer nitd essence ney.
er dies. but ever rt.ponds to the prop-
er seurouis.-Plearson's Weekly.

A Church lottery TIcket.
George WV:shlin;rton. says the Phil.
adelplii:a I;e-crd. conducted the Moun-
tuin o(snd lot: ry. building a public
highway wi.b the profits, and in an
anteroom of St. Peter's church, at
Third and Pl'ie streets, there hangs
In a fratmeo a l;- wall ai tit-ket from a
lottery that tht- church its-lf conduct-
ed. The ticket is d:;ied 17Z5 and reads:
"St. Peter's Lot:ery. No. 11,759.
This ticket entitles Iearer to such
prizes as may be drawn against Its
numlr,. If demanded in nine months
after the drawing is finished, subject
to such deduction as is mentioned in
the schelue."
The slip of pnglwr is two inches
square and printed, but the sifthature,
which is that of Henry llnrrison, is
written. The amount of t!he lottery
prize, cost of the tickets and the goodt
use to which the profits were to be.
put are subjects of wl;ich te verger
of St. Peter's is in ignorance.

A W.o smeat amtsis" bM W
10t aa 1 Ndsuslo.
A proeaist Walt street man tloM
the following story eo himself the a
er day, but made his "herers prM
that under so editions weald tNUM
reveal his name. as he did not wiah to
be bothered by the beggar who ges
In thestory:
The Wall street man was walking
with a friend down Broadway whif,
at Twenty-third street be was accoted.
by a beggar. The man was more per
alstent than the ordinary mendlcant,
and to get rid of him the broker said:
"I will give you 50 cents if Ton will
give me your coat."
"All right, bom,." replied the beggar.
and within a moment the change had
bee made.
The broker and his friend then turned
back and went up Fifth avenue to their
hoteL Still carrying the beggar's coat,
the maaa of finance strolled Into the
lobby and began telling the ktory to
his friends.
"I think you made a bad bargain,"
said one.
"Look in the pocketa" said another.
And as the broker went through the
ragged garment he pulled forth 43
cents in money, a silver tipped pipe, a
flask of whisky and a pouch of to.
"You see." he replied. "this only
proves that I never make a bad trade.
even when I don't know what I am
buying."-New York Times.

Death. Ameleat am nd odern.
The art of the ancients would cer
tainly seem to show that their concep-
tion of death was a much more cheer-
ful one than that which has obtained
In later times. It was at one time
thought that the old Greeks and Egyp-
tians had no artistic symbol for death.*
but this was a misconception. Death
was almost invariably represented by
them as the kinsman of sleep. The
Greeks personified it as Thanates. elder
brother of Sleep.
The Romans sometimes depicted
Death and Sleep as twin children re-
posing In the arms of Night. The skull
and crossbones and the skeleton as em-
blems of death do not appear to have
become common until comparatively
late Christian times. It has been sug-
gested that the terrible famines and
pestilences which scourged Europe
during the middle ages were responsi-
ble for the fear or horror with which
the modern mind is usually accus-
tomed to look upon death.

He Remembered.
At a public dinner in New York one
night the statement v as made that the
co wl race hIad lonir -metoriesm *than

Another Solomon. white folk. Mark Twain. who was
A horse dealer in a Scotch town present, agreed with the remark and
having hired a horse to a solicitor, the to prove it told the following:
latter, eitLer through bad usage or "Some years ago when south I met
some other cause, killed the horse. an old colored man who claimed to'
when the dealer insisted ulpon iint have known eorge Washington. I
ment blv bill If It were not convenielit asked him if he was in the boat when
to pay cash. General Washington crossed the Dela-
The lawyer had no objectio'i to gr:;nt ware. and he instantly replied. 'Lor',
a bill. but said it must lbe at a lI.n' massa, I steered dat Iboat.'
date. The dealer told hlin to fix lIs "'Well,' said I, 'do you remember
own time. when the man of law drtw when George took the hack at the
a promissory note, making it payable cherry tree?'
on the day judgment. "He looked worried for a minute
An action was raised, when the so and then, with a lea:rniin: smile, said:
licitor asked the presiding Judge to "'Why suah. mas.a. I dun drove dat
look at the bill. hack mabself.' "
Having done so. the judge replied:
"The bill is perfectly good. and as A New Gsieana's Idea of Smoktag.
this is the day of judgment I decree The natives of New Guinea hold te-
that you pay tomorrow." naciously to their customs, and though
I they regard the white man as a being
Prleea-s Pleture Frames. r of wonderful lowers and almost super
Perhaps the most valuable frame human in his ingenuity, they will very
ever made for a picture is that which seldom acknowledge that his practice
Incloses "The Virgin and Child" in the in any particular matter is right and
cathedral of Milan. Its size is 8 by the native way wrong. Accordingly,
6 feet and la of massive hammered cue of the Anglican mission staff was
gold, with an Inver molding of lapis surprised not long ago when a bus-
lazuli. The corners have hearts de- band said: "White women do not
signed in large pearls, and precious smoke (literally eat) tobacco; I wish
stones are Inlaid around it. It is sail New Guinea women would follow their
to have been the gift of a rich nun- eKantple!" But it rather spoiled the
nery, and its estimated value is 25,t(io. sentiment when he added. "Then there
One of the pictures in the Vatican at would be more tobacco for the men."-
Rome is inclosed in a frame studded Missionary Review.

with jewels, so that the value of the
frame nearly leuals that of the pic-
ture. Many continental churches have
pictures with similar frames of great
mIMttlet of the mudi.k.
The remarkable instinct which causes
the mnudfish to roll himself in a ball of
mud when the dry season approaches
is a wonderful provision of nature, in-
tetded solely, it would seem, to pre-
vent the extinction of the species. The
unost interesting fact about this fish
is that it breathes by means of its
gil!s when in its native element and eby
means of lungs during its voluntary
m-ur-isonnunrlrt in the tnUd cocoon.





A sallow conm lexion, dizziness,
biliousness anI a coated tongue
are cotnmoion indication-s of liver
andl kidney diseases. Stomach and
It'wel frouldes. severe as they are.
gie immediate warning by pain,
ut liver and kidney troubles,
though less painful at the start. are
nuch harder to cure. Thedford's
lack-1 hrautght never fails to bene-
fitdiseased liverandl weakened kid-
neys. It stirs up the torpid liver
to throw off the gernms of fever and
7gue. It is a certain preventive
holera and Bright's disease of
the kidneys. Wit kidneys re-
inforced Icy Thedford's black
Draught thousands of persons have
dwelt itnmune in the midst of yel-
low fever. Many families live ijn
perfect health and have no other
doctor than Thedford's Black-
Draught. It is always on hand for
use in an emergency and saves
many expensive calls of a doctor. I
MAo.isS. C. A lch10,91.
I khave Md TlhewI s BkAckDrught
oIwtrwysem sal have mot hadto o
tadecier s9aes I have beetakin it
M. 1- &1- A t 6 A L. i

The Other Way.
"Miss Gladys," said old Moneybags,
"if my suit is not agreeable to you
say so frankly, but do not I beg of
you, tell me that old, old story that
you will always look upon me as a
"Sir," replied the lovely maiden as
her eya lit up with the deathless flame
of a pure young heart's devotion, "I
do not love you well enough for a
brother, but I have no objection to
taking you as a husband."
A Pecallar Japanese Disease.
The Japanese, like the Chinese, are
subject to a peculiar disease called
kakke. in which the patient is the vic-
tim of an increasing lethargy and
weakness and a slow degeneration of
the nervous system. It is said to be
due to eating rice. which is tihe staple
food of the country, and can be ame-
liorated, if not cured, by a change ot
diet.-London lHospital.
A Tiresome Story.
"What's the matter with you?"
"I've just been asking old Jorkins fo.
his daughter."
"And he cut up rough, eh?"
"lie did. After he had said 'Yes' be
Insisted upon telling me the story of
his life, amd it took a full hour!'"-
'Cleveland Plain D )ealer.
The Man In the Room.
Mrs. Caudle--Wake up. .Jtreiitiah. I
do believe there's a tuan in the room.
Caudle-Yes, dear. and he's trying
his Iest to get :t few winks of sleep.
Good night.-Tit 'its.
Pleaatorlal Truthfnlne.s.
"Fish will do singular things." says
a local contemporary. But nobody ever
heard of a fish lyitig about the size of
the main that caught it.-Detroit Free

Tis signature is a veny box of hMe geMim
SLaxative Brom -Qu me Tabl

fad prehreased.
',p.i, Josh--Haw, haw! So you got

PuLCiUm& f Bax, Propritors.

moss" oo-.q.

IRj-r To Carrigat Fiae Horses Carf Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Ride." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Bums meet all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27


Ie I ad

The Larget and Most Complete Stock .
of Drugs in lDaytona. IWresriptions com-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only. j
^**aaa *atf

I Perfumer and Toilet Articles. '
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH H BALSAM-2. cents a bottle.
I e-eh IMo*. 1 # 4# % F DATTONA, LORiEODA

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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

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

"iAN AT II TheNation's

dril Ifi I L U kkst ga
It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy trolpic-al tobacco, doctored with opium
and other drugs, when you .an have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent price?
Box of 23 ...................$1 jFREE BY.MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
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TI. TI. OODWIN, Proprietor



X \- w "Mm,

Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made
Beach St. and Belleview Ave.

E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
MeCllam o g Edweeds. a* g
Moulding, ScroDl Sawing Tumi I
L Col onial Coleumn, Poeicl
Work and Wood Yard* PullyMadeto order. 'i



Has a Seht Stock (if......
Perfumery and Fancy ToiU.t Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during
hours; otffie houIr Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m

Trowell's Express BaDgage L ae

IR. E'. rtol'l)ELL. lProeprie-tor.

Office in the Plp-to-Date Barber Shop.

Telephboes -1

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

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It is a Fact

That we have the finest assortment of
groveries in the ,ity. Prices are right.


anld general Biring. ithiir
Horse-Shocing and epairing.

Near Bond Lntmber Yard.

D)aytona, Fla.


Saw and Planng Mills
;itre .m11x1 % i .ltruin ld 4 t fui rnishl ;t11 kindils of





Longe's Old Stand.

Cosmow soee

Spencer B. Green

'Phone 19.

|IStreet and Second Avenue.
9*0 9999999999990009

Sanitary PRumbing

Steam and Hot v

Water Heating.


SAgent for the Ericsson



Gasoline Stcves

Ice Cream Freezers

Are Summer Necessities. A Full Line at



Nor-th PRidgtwood

C. E. JOHNSON'S IDAIRY Mnnoi ...,iF..t. (w, ,.,,.)

SM ilk. I1-'r ilu rtI....... .r .1 ... .
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SENT ON TRIAL FROM NOW UN- Strictly First Class. manager
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0 "Walter" Mrs. Bert Turner
s a to egr atr"t eoua, wbo was palnti
e portrait, "why don't you marry?"
"Because. my dear Bertha, I cannot
get the woman I want. I will tell you
a secret. Tl;,'e is young girl who o-
casionally l.-.c out cif that window
facing my I i i.% c fallen in love
i with her. She does not i. ign to notice
"If I were a wan. w.;i u:., knowl-
edge of womre:n, I could gel any woman
In the world."
"I wish you would p t this g:rl for
Neither spoke for awhile. Thi n Ber-
j. tha Turner said:


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


* swR Yort, making close connections with N.w York-Boston ships or Sound
,Je. Al ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing &-hedules. Write for
li-mI dlormation, sailing schedules. staterooms nrervations,. or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent. 224 BaiySt.. Jacksonville, Fla.
F.E. [LFEVRE, Manager. E. T. CHARLTO N. G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 3: North River, New York. N. Y. "-l15-02
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent. Daytona, Fla.


at. Lomas
Chcagoud, eta.



The southern'ss Palm Limited
The Washin-t"-, Richmond and
,Fl. oridt Limited
Tb. New Yoek and Florida czpre-
Syi /1&Mr.
The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited

I OfalU Seepiag Cu Line Jacksouville to Cincinnati, via
kthr m h I qXa of the Sky."
Abtmim rvia The Southern Railway are operated in
with te Plant Sytem mand Florida East Coast Railway
Sleepig Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

A &ft Titetb viwa Sedr RUelway. Correpesdeuse Se lsted.

*If. CARRY. Mh. Pa. Agw., 108 V. Bay St., Jacksnavfill, F.

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"I have a plan. For you. m; favorite
cousin, I will execute it, though I
would not do so for any one else. Give
me some of your clothes. There Is a
girl sitting at the window now. Is
that she?"
"Yea. What are you going to do?"
"Never mind. Leave that to me."
Ten minutes later Mr. Turner,
dressed from the waist up as a man,
strolled to the window and looked out.
She held some roses in her hand and.
taking careful aim, sent them Into the
lap of the girl opposite. The recipient
started and looked out Just in time to
see the sender disappear from the win-
The girl held the flowers over the sill
preparatory to dropping them into the
court below, but before doing so con-
cluded to enjoy their fragrance. Then
she laid them on a table near by, arose
and disappeared.
"There's a beginning for you. To-
morrow after the sitting we'll see If we
can advance a step."
The next day when Mrs. Turner ar-
rived at the studio her cousin said to
"Your effort has been a failure."
"Why so?"
"I went to the window this morning.
She came to her window at the same
moment. As soon as she saw me she
turned and walked away."
"That's very good. If she hadn't
done that this morning. she would
have done it this afternoon. Now,
having shown her condemnation of
your assurance, perhaps she will be
The sitting was cut short, for in the
midst of It the girl opposite appeared
at her window with her workbasket.
"She expects you to appear and look
very penitent. She must be disappoint-
ed. Give me your coat. There; now
put your hat on the back of my head
so as to conceal my knot of hair. That
will do."
Seizing a handglass, she sat near the
window, with her back turned toward
the girl opposite.
"Aha, little one"' she said. "Who
Is hurt this time? Smooth that wrin-
kled brow." She presently burst into
a laugh.
"Look." she said to her cousin.
"I see nothing unusual."
"She's putting that sleeve in wrong
side foremost. Fix your mind on your
work. my dear. I)ou't be thinking
about the man opposite."
At the next sitting as Mrs. Turner
entered the studio Walter Iturne said
"It's all up. Until today she has
never failed to show herself at the
window in the morning. I have not
seen her since you left. I treated her
very rudely."
The lady received this information
with equanimity and went to the win-
"Splendid!" she exclaimed, clasping
her hands with a childish delight.
"Whaf is it?"
Burne looked out and saw a flower
on the window sill.
"She tells you," said his cousin, "that
she appreciates your gift."
"Hlow do you know?"
"That's what the flower she had
placed on the window sill means in
flower language."
"You don't mean it:"
"Yes. Having shown her that you
were offended at her apparent want
of appreciation, she has hastened to
tell you that you were mistaken. Now
I think you had better give her a for-
giving reply."
Going to some pots containing plants
in an improvised conservatory, she
looked them over.
"Oh, dear! There Is nothing to indi-
cate forgiveness or forgive me. This
forgetmenot will have to serve. Go
and lay it on the sill."
Burne was so moved at this success-
ful step in his love affair that he made
no end of blunders on the portrait, do
ing more harm than good. When his
cousin arose to go. she looked at it and
"Have you been working on the nose
this morning?"
"Yes. Why do you ask?'
"Take It out. It is the nose of the
girl opposite. I think you had better
now arrange for an introduction to 1
your ladylove. Io you know her
"Well. I will note the number of her 1
house as I go by and find out for you.
Then I will see what 1 can do."
Mrs. Turner's investigations led to 1
the information that the girl opposite
was the daughter tf :in acquaintance
of one of her intinai:te friends. An in-
troduction wa.- !rranc' ,1. a;nd the proxy
lover met the l:dly of his lo\e. Shortly




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The Great Through Car Line from Florida-Connections:
The AtlanticCoast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
TO THE a t and Wahe intn.
O ThTe Etuthen Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
e 1s The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
4a s t4 Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamers for New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
To Key West and Havanavia Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale until Sept. g0, to the principal resorts throughout the country,
limited to return Oct. 31. Write the undersigned, and state where you wish to
go, and proper information will be'~iven.
Something New
Summer excursion rate to Washington. D. C.. from Daytona $44.30, with 15 day
transit limit in each direction, tickets limited to Oct. 31, 1902. Interchangeable
mileage tiekets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal railways in the
southern state., are on sale by the principal agents.
For complete information call on W. F. JIBB, ticket agent, or addrew
F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
Traffil Manager Ast. Trlec Manager tien. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
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243 North*'Beac

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I 'Through tickets to New York,
*New Haven, New Loadon,
Providence, Fall River, Boston ~
train every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands ........10:10 a.m. (Metropottltm
Via Plant System 3:15:p. m.
Via Seaboard Line................ 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
'aiiigere leave Daytona 5:29 am and
322 pm, making close connections
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc.,
S A- 7 7 A 220 W- 'w 8ty ,
A. W Y AgCt JacksonviBe, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla
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Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chicao and florida Limited 1rain
and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars
The "Chicago and Florida Limited" is the quickest train from 8L
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Cea wi&S PD
finest Observation and Drawingroom sleeper4. dining cars, etc., thao uW
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via A ,tlt
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to routes, schedule. etc., or for sleeper anvatige,
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent. E. J. WALKER, Fla Ploms
Atlanta. Gia. Jackluovile, lk, d
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tea [

The Best Line.

Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to
ith THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Operating
daily Through Pullman Car Service between Jacksonville and New Oileans.

or further information write to
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X' I had been troubled a!vear, off and on, with constipation, bil-
iousness and sick headaches. Nothing seemedl to do me any good.
One day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told
himn he reconmended RI--P-A'N'S Tabules. That evening l got a
l)ox. and after the second box 1 began to feel so much relief that I
kept on with them. I have Ripans Tabules always in t1w house
now and carry a package of them in my pocket.

One gives relict.

At druggists.
Thei Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion.
The family bottle, 640 cents, contains a
supply for a year.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.

No. 02

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4:1.i1 pli......... 7:24; a .r. A .........i... in innati............ Lv 11:15, pmi ..........11:15' alnt
...:.....................9:1 am .Ar.............. Chicago.............. .v 7:0K) pin........ ...........

No. 4- Dixie Flver-Carries Pullman lDrawing I.ooIt BAuffett Sle-pinu C('ars.
%.t i .1 '1. '. t ;.........- ; ..... ..Iith t ......... .... .

after thiq Mime received I moti fro n* eltksonville it) St. l lls fnll(l -1 4 na e o Villego llu To lllpanxe. making
after t.>i., -irite re,.e.. d a notice fro a'lii,.t tconinetion at Namhville with sleeping car's 6r l.Aouiville and ('inciimati.
his cusin to apnpear at her house on IIlv stoas at following A. V. & W. stations: Cra frd. itaxter and Fargo.
a sti"lhilated evening. There he was in- n:otrgh tcoi< I.tween .IJaksonville antd Ma.A1n.
produced to the girl- opposite. who did No. 2-Da)y Expn'ss-Stolm at tall A. V. & W. hItiil stations MMakeNs lirw-t 'o>v.
not suslect but that the meeting was nt.-ction.s for all l.pints West and N'.rth\west. via liioth i'CoornIale anil Ma-oin.
purely act'idental. I mionii-tticoui nmiade at .ahwkmonville with all ni'orthiliOunl trails
  • "No'w tight it out for yourself." whis- Air liin, and Floridal Fast t(ist Rys.
    preol his cousin as s-he excus-ed her- I. II BA.RNE S. In Suplt. S. Il ICK KTT, (tI.n. l'ts. Agt.
    s elf for a tinle. ,"and lie brave." ;
    iurie was brave nnd won -.--___
    TT TT~nTZ r W""r A TP ATT I r)11T"

    lul'iaml'it )III pg ltlan t'tt hI s a It

    To St. Louis and Chkago

    allh ww Oswrwthe.ati eset h.-h train may be expectedto arrive auddepart fI t.;aily 'ar <(irIl last \,.--k thi, tit.-i
    oi Ii e _Mtbut _thelrarrival orodeparture at e titmels steednotd. ar. ni i i ', er
    foiAttlMfauspomsbleor any delay rany oonsequenm MaIng there-" lt thMd., l l. t agi oli, Cholera
    JH| and^ <. 1 Dliarrhoea li n t st Plln Pala knMa d OcCdeutal StamshiD Connctions t Mima altaent idi'iles ianitfact ifud dh leaving .lacksonville daily at S p. In., via tle fainou.'s
    t % which itc i alwy1 s kept ton iaiand at the .
    IAA. KEY'UT lTAP ANI' AVAAirAwA htmne of 'v% s.-rilm 'This is, ,,.,t in,.tn..l1.l I 71 T* T

    i Tri-Weekl y Sailings
    B 'WEEN
    ; Calling at Charleston, S. C.. both ways.

    The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
    Direct Service Between
    Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
    'S tlboua d .......... .......... .................. From Lewis'W harf
    Worthund................ from foot Catherine street,

    Between Jacksonville and Sanford ,
    BLUE SPRINM;S and Intermediate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
    CAPT. 4'. H. BROCK
    lIeave Foot Cattherine Str et...Iitksonviillh......T'l'i-eslaysairindSaturdays at 5:00 p.m.1
    lI ave Sanfonrd.......................... ..................lMo llndays ;nid Thursdays at 5:00 &a.e.

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

    A.C.HlAI;EiTY. East'n Paws. .at F.M.IR()NMO()NII.E.JR.. Asst. te n. Pama.. 1t
    19 State St.. New York. 21t4 West Bay St.. .I cksonville, PX
    ,TH i Foot llogan St.. ksont St. J:ville. t I St.. Jacksonvile.
    .I4O 1. HltWA)\V.\RI Siiji..iit.emd.lai,,nt,
    FCoC lilgan St .linck.wiville.
    THEO. 0. EGER, WI. P. CLYDE & CO.
    general Manager General .Agen ts
    (hiesebrough Building, 19 State St.. I Ipposite Battery Park, New York.



    Ar)y Business

    1 Cent eacb in 1000 Lots




    Air Line Railway.



    5CAL TME CARD No. 41.


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