Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00373
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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Other version: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain "Pr ovisms.


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Sled in a thoroughly satisfac-
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fresh; and in condition.
Full weight and full measure is
guaranteed. We carry no dead
stock, for little figure. Keep
tViings moving. Goods received
from wholesalers to-day are in
consumers hands to morrow.
G- Oood quality and these prices
S make trade livi 1 .
s Butter at 30 cents
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where it ip a benefit on the whole to frn '" "- ." 'e f t.e
emany.' I repeat. our confront te a main ske- -tm and so mje of taea
thee laws and of course expectthem ex-bosof the limbs were scatte rd as if
ecuted-that is what our officers arte ound b hg. He carria. a+
tbd for., E.. .Im hunch of kteys on a ring, a brass one being
elctd fort but the iron keys we're almost
consumnid by rust.. Th-. skeleton is in a
/ 0,0Ma yt For SS5,000. fair state of pres ,rvation an,l is s -cure in
Wia E. a box at the former homii- of Mrs. Cox on
William E. Finney, ex-marshal of the Sprue Creek. To Fs sistf'r in Ohio has
city ,q- eLand, who was suspendedy by en notified and the r-;:iaius with a few
the mayor in December. the action personal eIPft-t fou-id aich L-is body Fd x G a Ils
being stained by the City Council by a will be sent to her if desire .-Journal.
vote of 3 to 2, through his attornies. i
James E Alexander, of IkDLand and,;
Frank W. Pope, of Jacksonville, brought WORKIN; 21 l-(IR A DAY.
suit against Ikvor Davis, Individually, i Th,.-e'ti no.nt-f', ti.;.s, tii'less JIA OL
ejew=ndsr~orn f Hy I netKMASON & WALL CO.
for 25,030. ond againstS. B. Wilson, wrk-ers--" Kiu-'s New Life lill.M A O L L
V. Waod Gould and L. L. Fisher. three Millions a' aways bIusy. .urinm Torpid
menabers of the Council who voted to Liv'er, Janilive, Bilhiousnes.. Fever and
sustain the mayor. collectively and indi- A-ue. Ti.-y banish Si,-k Il-a la.h-, drive
Tidually for $25,000 more.-Jacksonvillei out Malaria. Never gr'ip or weaken.
Metropolis. SmaIll tait? nice, work wound 's. Try
thm. 25 cents at Dr. J. M. Jones.
Fine toilet soaps just. received-all ThirdBuilding5outhofPostoffie.
prices at W. F. Gille Jr. & Co's. Read the GAZETTE-.NEWS.


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A TeaS.dhWad er &sea Tbm4.
h mramlred tice. oers proclaim tlM nsow mY obit l re l of Sh ..Of.er.
th aeethiat the travel to Florida this respect, rds o(thanks, notiesp e of fae m
winter il ,wty per for s tr omiablest, teorehenthaerktal o, wedges, -
wtihdea.wr s Some tkeeoe e who board of trade meetings and soch lke, if
question the ame.racy of this statent, the newspapers made even a moderate e. m
Wad they give as aeson for their beef change, would ever be published? g f "
that this or hat' hotel hasi not near so The truth is that the public has been w
many guests as at some form period, taught to consider the average weekly j COVWS 4 9 0 '
whija does not prove their contention newspaper as a thingfran at the expense
to the it- dsegfte. The truth of this of the owner for the personal and free
matter is found iA the fact that where use of the aforesaid public and great of-
people formaly went to perhaps ten places fense would be felt if the publisher dared
now they.go to- moms than a hundred. to say that he ought to be paid some- '
Never saMce the great freeze has there thing for publishing items which are of in en moa'a t
been such a determined effort to resusti- no general public interest.
aste the rsp goves as at the present Very oftn too. the people who psk the
time. 'in in the most northern part paper for t1h mo.t favors are those who
of the State men are endeavoring to are neither advertising patrons nor pay-
bring at least a few trees into bearing., ing subscribers. A newspaper's space is
even if they are obliged 'to use some kind it's capital and it. ought to be paid for NO i
of protection against cold weather. just the same as other goods. NOW UnO mnil r V
This fact alone tells why some places There are others who drop in occas-
the visitor to Florida at one tithe fre- only and want an extra copy of the pa- clothingthe U StW aC-
jguented is now partially deserted. The per. or maybe a dozen or no, fHit happens tion brand," just re-
psdlle are scattered all over the State, to have their n:mi prominently men- J
and where a few towns or citi-s once tioned. and say "I just want to send off 0 ceived. W 4 9 W 4 '
had all the visitore now you must travel a few sample copies and that will help
to the east and west, to the north and to advertise onr city and your paper,
to ti*e south hundreds of miles, in cities too," intending by these gracious re-
am in towns and in the country to find marks to forestall any thl ug it of charg-
Atem. And it is well that such is the ing for the copies. And generally the
4iwe for the State can never prosper un- edii ,r is just "dead easy" and takes his Trunks antd Valises, Trunk Straps and Many
less each locality receives its share of | medicine, giving away hia space and his
patronage. And in the long run it' will' papers just to gratify th3 vanity of some New Goods Just Received.
myaly be the case. One town or locality individual who is far more able to pay
may have a large run of custom and for them than the editor is to give them
some may think it will always last, but away. But the editor goes ou from day
mech is not the case. Time at length sets to day doing his a'ts of kindness and
all tliags even. What pleases one may charity expecting nothing and realizing
not suit another, and unless there are fully his expectations. Maybap the day
some substantial advantages in favor of will come when a newspaper man can a
a place; some real positive good possessed do business like other people. Amen.-
by up other, it cannot long retain the su- Miami Metropolis. r
prsecy. But be that as it may, the
people of the north -ow beginning realize To's4 9Skeleton ro, e d.
the difference betweenwinter in Florida 1W1
and winter in the frigid zone. They are Away back in the late seventies before
beginning to understand that there is life Daytona was even atown.JamesL.Tod,
and health here, and discomfort, disease .of Youngstown. 0.. in company with a Y Ot P e a
and death there. What wonder they Mr. Klippengr. eana hre and remained outs to P e se,
come hither in ever increasing numbers! bout eighteen months, sufficient time in
.Let them coine, Florida has a warm,, those days for everybody in the vicinity
sunny welcome for all creation and in to form his acquaintance. IHe occupied
her soil a gold mine which yields abund-'. a log cabin in block 20. on what is now
antly, without the terrible suffering Ritigewood avenue. lie went back to his
that men know who till the soil a thou- O(iio liome but returned in 1886 and re-
sand miles toward the North Pole. Imained here i u to the tiie of his disup- I
About two yearn ago a lady of cul- piaranic about nine ynars ago. He was o s
ture and refined tastes married a man I a man of good education, practical sense
who had a small farm some twenty miles antI cume of a Line family, his uncle being
west of Pulatka, and toge therthy com- th *"w ar govetner" of Ol.io. Ills beset- AIt IA GY
menaced life in earnest. That lady is now tin! sin waus strong drink and it was FOUNTAIN Y ,
visiting in the city and it is a real treat after a fw day. s of oveir;ndulg,-nce when
to bear her recount her experiences as a the depassing .re.etion set in that James CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
farmer's wife in Florida. Tih-y have no Tod disuppeni red from fia.tonia.
near neighbors so her only hope was in When h< (lis mi,-ared front here he IIas a Select Stock of......
making her flowers and her garden her went south lid was last seen .ut Fow-
daily companions. She became terribly ler' Ipoint. A fw days after his disap- DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATE: MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
tanukd, and as one might think distavas- pearance W.a'ahing parti- s were formed
ingly healthy. but as she was happy, and and li wa- tracked to the shons of COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
therein lies th,.true scret of existence. Strickland Bay. near .'pruee Cnrek. but
This lady was alwhys pretty, interest- all efforts to find hini proved fru:tless
i'g too, now she is positively beautifullandlite was lost Night of. Wedudsday a Perfumery and Fanc/ Toi.t Articles.
and she gives all the credit to open air man by the naine: of Baker. who lives on
exercise found in tilling the soil in Flor- Turnbull Bay in the Spruce Creek see- l
ida. Is there not a valuable lesson to be6 tion. was out hog hunting and came
learned from this lady's experience? It upon a humau skeleton on a low island DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
weald seem so, and it is not an except- in the malthes. lit- notified some of our hours; office hours, Sundays, 900 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:80 to 4:30 p. m.
ional case by any means, but one of citizens and Friday C. R. Cox and Oschar
many that has come under the writer's Michal went down in a boat and with -
notice.--St. Augustine Record. Baker as guide went after the remains S M T 'S 1 I A
which were se.ured. TI'l- identification SC HM IDT'SVlL VILLA :
of thl, reunains is unnistakalle. There
meaSteiom of Law. are six points of idrlntitieation. any one Is located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
of which would ihave' bl.e-f considered nation and no fin.r location can be found in this vicinity. Ltunng th summer the
EDITOR GAZETTE-NEWS: house hal heen eularid by the addition of a wing on the south sid?; the rooms are
We learn that some criticism is being strong evidence that t(he remains were single or ensuite. A new dining room has bs.n built on the routh side giving a
indulged in eby certain of our citizens tho of Jamies L. Tod: First. the gold sem'nny exposure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, ctoice, balls and rotunda have
dlill d in by cereth which his frimuls at once rec- bwen enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been ridded nid every thing done for the
agaist the action of the mayor in ex-h comfort and convenience of guests. The hall in one hundrnJ f'-t long. The Cuisine
eting the law in regards to bicycle. ognized; pRon the on--fW wiati; isincharge ofa competent chef auditis the epecial rimof the management to
dis on the walks etc. I think if we third the truss he was known to wear; kep the table up to its usual excellence. TIae hods' is tLr.e blok:s ntrth of the de-
ridnpgon tenwalkh t.I think ia y we fourth the big graphite lncil hle used:1 po)t, and convenient to the Post Ofice, Churches, SehooL lh 'te. and ia within a mile
witop long enough criticism is unream fifth the nose wleo5 with tortoise shell ,f the ocean with its magniacent beah for wheeling, driving or autoing. Rates
wl and unjust; ourch counriticism is unreason-en enacted frame. iHis friends usd to laugh at himi $2.50 per cay. $10.00 per week and upwards. according to location.
thselaws for the protection of our cit. hiau i glass e wol turn down on Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
his nose and were dittii.-nlt cf adjust-
'i-a, being as little onerous as in their n i
ms eems just, and leaving no option (nt ox remarked to .'r husband W Hqr tr n. 4
rilththe mayor as to their executin. t r that she'W e are HeadqUarterS On
ahen our mayor took his office he wi, nhestart r therminthats eo
e t erhal a vivid rc.-ollection of his open-face
od himself to execute the law-r;
thltld wtLtch and unlase hi brought it
jse ,that they were executed-and we ak she would not I Eivicd. The
dabld stand by him in the enforsnment watch ale wa ;uffieit idnutjtetion. C rO ck er ,
'ill the laws on th tatut.books.,even i wat'hYh0ew ; ;u1i^i:, iduCroaie.y.
l lskIt was found dir..tiy und Br th, skeleton.
it may seem a hardship at times to away
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Ceolis Quartette next Wedaos

CChoice bread, piu and scak
M Grammi's, oppodte the
wood WOL.
E I owb harItenr Barred, white a
bt plyb= th ekrs, bug cochil. FI
white lgorpet, pigeoms and B
glas hares. Enquie of C. D. Seely M. I
Sea Bresse, FIa.
Oneoftthe soeial events of the sem
wN be the reception given at the hoi
of Mr. a Mnr. D. A. Bodugtt, thi sn
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Gasewm-NaW before returning Nort
It wml beep you posted on the doing
ad the sayg around Daytona duri

T- resemt cold wave has don u
harm.Not men es ier -gmab
have been iaued. Seven year ofwila
work havew devtoped new habits in ti
oransp tes and tay endure more coW
Maay sa innocent little darlinga is -
bring untold agoy and cannot *expl
its troubles. Mark your child'sWymptom
you may And it troubled with wora
give it wmr's C3BAN vwam veW aM
restore it to quietnes and health. Pua
5 events. Dr J. M. Jones.
Nearly 4,000 people attended the ee
ebration at the Kinsman auditorium
and the events of the day were enjoy.
by all. The nging of the Oe ilian Ladin
Quaes t is the Amphitheatre wespmle
did and elicited enthusiastic applause. I
proved a mot attractive feature.-Kim
man News. At the OpermHoe March 6
Mrs. C. E. VaaDsmen,of Kilbouar, Wh
was acted wit stomaca trouble and
eonstipatiimfor a long tima. She says
"I have tried many preparations bui
anoa have done s the good that Cham
beriaia's tomack aal Liver Tabet
have." Theb Tablets are for sale al
dra .i Prie 5 cents. Sample free
2T white man who was before th
ri oalueort charged with attemptag
to bmeak iato te hbomeo J. L. Laeha
*a m nsm p- unlaty to tpa
wVoi pls state accepted, sad a oi
Ofw was imposed. Mr. Thommuou, a
tmn sg, a bither ofU thwseemaed
paid tMhe am get the young man out
U troubl.-4DeLaaIIfow%.
The tra ing salmm who has besil

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M e a eV t swandad poplar baker
Uk s- Ves. "Whavegive, itto
O -lmbitwbs troubled with Wad
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othe bsat u mediae for chldm. as it.
nT ONoret cher O rfuv dnw.t Sold
by-amnvc 1e I
Tb St. A wtinae Tutlways: W take
please in publishing the portrait of
Mr, lIawy M. Fla.ler on the cover of
t 11e000ofUtheTalerO During die past
mawlumr yars Mr. Flnler has reared a
nmOR nt forhimnelin this tate that
wileadue for ill time. By his judieiousM
investment of mlsaion the entire eat
Coat of Florida has b-enopened up. hun-
deds ofUi mi of raib oad (the gaatest
ofal clvillIer) have been construted,
and winter Mesorts estabished, thM re
taiaIb t amb'ory millions oldollars
*pest bose ia vin i ig osigs osa.
Gnat hoel. ha'i lees rared, giving
employment to thoo sds of men and
womem, steamship lin' established that
shorten distance to oce remote places.
Mr. Flager usa man ocf be present, his
strong handsome fa 1 showing knowl.-
edge of power and strong wilL He is



* NIGHT WAS H':R TERROR.
"I would cough nearly all night long."
writes sm. Chas. Applegate, of A'exan-
dria, Ind., "and couaJ hardly get any
seep. I had cosumution so bad that if
I walked a block I would cough frighft
"uty sad spit blood, I it when all med.
ideM ailed three $1.00 bottis or Dr.
King's New Dioeowrn wholly cur, l m
and I gained 58 poulu." lt'. absolutely
uaMMateMd to eare Couah Colds, LIa
ip mg Broachities r nd aR Throat aad
Lan Troubles. Priee 30 eats and $1.
TuEal bott free at Dr. J. M. Jones'.


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60 oeMadtoeo tlmtp up to the -eutfu of fM^bw WFUN
I- wmost postratiag g with sevem pain, qutale l th pd" 75 th
,earrabl mllnk n w most 1ealt11irf alith
SI emoarlsee thi h toul earth. d peer, the olde7s. or s1iwn eoww t I9 H. MOrEILT. Psp latr
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m On Wednl eday last, the lanh Yank DATONA, F RIDA.
, friends, took the trip up to the beautiful .-.
t amodsa. Th wind was sold, and yet a. m. p

- comfortable within. The day was one Monday 7:49 8:16 Nj." W..'nW.,. o
. been otherwise when the Coimmodore Wedneday 9:1 9. 85
e iwas palest? Th ereday...... 9:50 10:1
A delightful spmed was made at the Friday 10:28 f4a PnCV Wee Wofr. o
tMa, and merry toists rad th roads. Saturday 11:05 11:
on dhe retrn trip, wh m between the "ow mi n Doors and Wi dow S cIsms, Pit e
two brus, te egile beg stopped Snday 1:52 1:31 Moldus made to order. AB kmeb o
for a mownit or two, the boat came into Monday 1:37 2:10 Feti, Repairing lomomshort uote
th tu of te ma, whe F rt wa ea. ,h............ 2:19 3:48 a oow f prices.
t roetbi and rolled with a via foom Wedmeeday 2.:50 395
?to sisd. Sulnee reigned supreme. Thursday 8:37:5 co^tss Avens, DAToNA, FLin ., 3a Bel
A little later, when the boat was again Friday 4:17 4 :8
* speeding on ita way, Commodore Holt Saturday 4:57 5:10
Sexaimed: "Golly! Never coe so near a
A looiTm my lnch before. in all my li fr, -1 *Ie i
and after I w so sne of it tool" The t Ar.wm
e AYthough;isi mtawte saatos, "Ya O "*Voka DoodIg" i..
IAd l Aaep Syme. H ol*ana Ivt AFWst Comfortable Lams3 for,01
VALLUT SunnU.. SEA BREEZE, Crter to Poist.

George V. Watt, of South Gardier,OT BROTWf
Me., teoo "I have had the worst cough,

toashoceotbt prolt to the wAaTO=A. y.aORA n A. p

the aoty thing tat has dome ay good Ai my condis warranted to b pfctly ThompoSlBOnnp. w.4...11 seI
whateer. have need one bottle of it fesh and pe. I mahe a specialty of S
and the hgto*da grip hae alolet h aneut Brittle, Salt-water taay, eream Hh Gnurade Taiorin a4edoh. ras Vw uame
P. Ieoenroelate r etehenthedes Stop in and see me. Sign over Sut ad to ordw for ad b w



" 2wie helb H ..THOMPSON. cotta Av, areai oe.
SA etnglwa If het ip De oa madeath Frda:8 14 We"DAYnA, FLtOMA.
.the question ofbicycl parthfor oi OU Sa T
trao the legahiaterm for this district,. (Saiturda 7"1T 1 &'.- -
*OndAMe thought, will be ptement ahd LOR M T
explain a bnlle which asvbeemn prome ed


side pathei this county. Eryoe s.Ii JA S .M*'I 1B


A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK. Florida P-East Coant
"Of large sorn on my little daughter's ..
head developed into a case of scald head"
writls C. D. I" of Morganto, Te Bottling Com pany e
but Buckles's Arnia Salve completely fS.
cured her. Its a guaranteed cure for lsastetv s t1st Grad S'la Watr-AN be vl
Ecsema Tetter, salt hw, Pimples, Ceam and Dewey Speelaltle.
Sors, Ulcers and Piles. Only 25 eents at All orders paomptlylSted. Writer r prle. """..."S F33-
Dr. J, M. JoemA, -, ALFRE D BSPI3RI
OFFICE and 9OTTLING WORKS--VYlsl Ave., near F. K C. R'y station Ithe 1e Pe grower of New Jersey whqo P
I TfBL Dp~na h irg- t*rl 1 world, imported the Port
.n.-a.. J P.HM ,rp ir. ldplatlvierds in the Pas.c VaV
T thei seaso at the N J_____ yn is y identical t tbt a
Th trot ball of the season at the cot. -8 be New-Jers ey V ar4
onnades was giv last Mondayc eveani. No A. |E t it n a thib! vale below the mmi
A maopr ofguests from around town, W. gWMrted to the winery in the town o; Pa.
bides the gests of the Colonnades, L-WI r o as l tade rubber, do
Chareom IM and Rhlgewood were l.and ua.bt wie.
present. After the deaing was over ROugh 'ndhsrsse Pi Wr.i o Wrs. s tha ut.we
fashm teou.l.me p .ach, *cr.m Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, ...,.,.
and cake, wee served. Ml. Davidson a bely obe ai- a price that is II
furnishedthemusicfortheoccaion. cL-aisr 1.atB SiMnl s- Mr. S-peer deem. It*a
LmUehUUa .,- New wasthat 1a be W= years tomature i w
MMpts; with this obje boeepg s wn
Coughs and colds come uninvited, but el f tly rks eo
Syou es aqukly gt rid o them with s ala Terspatatio of pes wines es a altf
ew doams of nw.wLAn'P mo- W S. U of ibWiIveti a aa thin Al tHa-
UP. Price 5 and 50 cents. Dr. J. M. 'p'A U M aOIY Ve N A Coet I- wy Aid OWga AVM-e. V WfOM nSpea
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a.gI, w .mane *. S aathe hu-
mm .a' e Spl Was Ae oft

s bbsems ha meae with PhUlp Whiw, oOat:s ewa, t. T., we
S-11 i wAe Nash the .o of r. .a- WM, -. dth -
YUI~ape pwmess* Sthah wbntw populr bea -atk a* eaee
.. A, rsoui, bede evSems WU Ia..
ia ate le el~~sh mud he this timles in he*.u
iiy, Md M h op tait a. good pen Mr.. ..
---.- xl--d a& Q -s a. NO & t- he on..ma.. eathe b&
he wE nterest bof thea23k a s.Op a ah4t16i8 tro.speon
A6 0000n11 ever -is hTe. *b of Osamu &sIv, XntSA
P7Cr 'N1 'Wshthe Epieopl hf o--meh. Thes weuf-
a AVe 6phe ft., o k. 8, Whe- lsp-Wst "u Amber of psle laMe Wa
se .M.fCoo s aSS 5. Jolhwpom. tcsa o.n agod ea ia. I lmI I
9St*,,urn* a a. "su. co mi S. ha pr ae. "' Theb" worn.' "'. ,.." .pSUs r r .
ma-., a 0 aeforlttL, k.t. n I cam t -m
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at TS) o'*~eknees .waeaneeu~elsS p aal
a.m Rsv Arnoloma c1ause rdo Md mis MTRS
Ta c AP rayem from New A4yr4 ah a. r
.Sh.. a.es a.. evemg trai arriving e the r aa. _tI W so -
-et. --..a.. I --- g D -a dh HaT-.
Sm o es, W Is days fOnmer a.t Das t at mvens, U.THH a P VT
eSl wamm 6 Atwood's loe. b., who is writing. .i the ohoM f-li C. t SA S,, ,ae of
ida, stopped he. to take mobe s of ae
to asm ondsItkwcomitee. to atel and a the goods "W- 09 IandusPE laS W








a, be S p hrhaw-ow-o-e-h-suh--r flss Abrocromble, assisted by Mrs. week, the party this ai Mr. and"aaaama
I~u~wq~oa antin. sa.~h Speaughr and guest. of a.e hotel. When Mrw. HaS, Mr. and Mrs. Wuluaurthe, Mr. r uu n UIiI.w~
eg "company. Virgibi real wi called old and and Mrs. Renni, Mie Shradle and Miss I H
"a VW. tI iat -s eseu at y, slit joined in, and enjoyed it so Neville.
-....... ,. him.a. j well that Mr. Sehmidt had hard work to
b.binb......isth....t o.cease-dan c wgwhen the rbefor the Gs-Nm NOW UNDfl TE uaxAouu. O
w to run observed daing the ming, cones
tul of lee cream and cake. August
S -&Totmau d--d tI Om-uD Schakl .mid .e tried Mr. Mcadden, D l
"wa eo lth tesnF. ve--r"sity 0 d "I e or aekn bs MN magr o the ?ALMET- HUOE,

bu.....ha n ie u.DAINA. LL
U. -'il l Rur.i -. A4 NxGe... I I____ ___ __ __ __
i ... .e.. .... -- ---..s ..a..-- -- ___ v I_ d i Vim
Qartette at the Opera House, fl
3t- bSl I i o.. tte phihethropl department of the1 Centrally Cl5 U o Volo7i Aveni sr tUe Po fr
supperbThis Quartette come
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b E C aaI-dS danb lse .a atrAb 1 tesm or io' recomet ded by pes and pi The ost beautiful thing in lon VDeg ds latr e M1. Hti Dag of
Manag a W it s2 % sn a no. pi t will be a ran test to music 'a, .a s U perf UP, 7 o
SIMaday r pot ang the oing people. They will sing at Jackson- h world is the baby. all Q per West.
e uue hewS-esbibitoa. il~Tuesday as from here go to the dimpics and joy. The most I Am Tin ad I M l" P l
Nmjhe~~~~~~ vtera pm~ rmadsudMlboreant Chautauqua.R vemebe thetil thino'Mm Wisthatsam:on Te babyo iEW am 10 -t WEASml m








eB-- et m0 m-n ame iom, s's p teing uummbidb thi andoklin pain.d a .AInd thes

...:L..- /C ft. mo--thcr are ndoiihI ntii i
bi" -ab ts hs. we%-otb al oak" MThe Knhtal. orh Pytha entln thed does not know thatM a a
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rn.... .. d ywb e e t Mo. .n A s t lo ttleo fat makes all the di ffer-

s--. Se m be-ume froI Ibne rmeeived i wll hias -i upper was prepared by Mrs.
Ste- t-' ,-"m u a c aid tosh aehd .Bmg It as scribeh Kniht. the, a"- -a
bm av Mt the Iae mme w n n implies ani jo have gone August


NOW* be" a Wal bho an left allows and fear, the *
=$=Now -. trmbhl. db act t ug and musical selections waded by fat, that was comfort and SREA 3R4azt S SI WO lA.
.. a .. o sr Wt uer Thomaslon. E. e. Mills enter- color and curve-all but pity -
sod she .a. .. spellingg wn y. word given hm and love-is gone. nf
:." 4 ----25 ibaickwardi asfs t as the ordinary -di. ,, little one
v v idilarod- slal it wardi.Mi The little one ets no fatS na Ue."
I I5 sI. eaI..SS...t a-uist iie I maV y compliment. on the mx- from her food. There is some-
.h O014nedlflflfws* Wow-ot" w-as t thi-d aativrtry o, thing wrong; it is either her food
S."**t em a e. wla bt adapted to co*adct- the or aniution othe local lodge. or food-mill. She has had no
d1 1111- U-s -- -' tuglas W bsaud-O '. o 5 1 t I.
7 Wb3BBBS5LshiS ih l bat aG_ es m B f sNs MO etwous Seer ct. or Inesa fat for weeks; is living on what
MW tSo wh- t"ab at. do that Hewas wry f od of the aria from fam e maUins of the li. 0. .i
"i *tr. Chra s b rod at once with n- she had stored in that plump
Oed, ., for It will strengths. the liver to
r mf as artette withdraw from ciulation the bilary little body of hers; and that is
M5EI 7i01anp5 w 4 m. Wood dsa gonc. 'She is starving for fat;
....ilV xN. P. wsicaTl er a s i mi Holly Hill fi. 1it is death,.be quick!
-,, ,i--^ iil i Tt wooa da a w Scott's Emulsion of Cod
..l o oft ,- b w -N- Yek Mas Co r. r a` Cook, of Rochester.i s here vlt- L O*i i .
ab. n s aa. A' -A Open eps" -exta Weduesday -g-her mother, Mrs. Taylor, of Rose Liver Oil is the fat she can
fc 4* gHl... r-- **Bo, eh take; it will save her. C
.Th eum S-. -... rver is fui of ducks, a tndl titug wil savTh e her .s pt Tf .
a. .llml A pleasant U&e parY was hild at th e bmer bmwI Oes f ire, we do n t U youtse no trd. end LAN A ND
0. wea. ft AM u...s.nns Friday of last wesk is hear of mwn dcks being captured. fo i sale.ot agesYDD

."t -. I S 'S msa other bad fourteen from fifteen .n s t
11 ofwt@t& ky tommM h- Wi tter aloal ,o ee to Th l oee hick an all well and po ,t ,s. e It rll oneto.
eta km a e.... D a a Pasat e On Wedneday MrsA A Carter. Mrs. G n&d T 90A ..... s a na
:a--- re/ h .4 M Smeinumion Mom- Dildlon and Mrs. W. H. Heath went wheel- n 8 e.N nI ni to n--w O mA ie .eN
SM s S w G a- a- trassed the asnal tro- intention of going to Miner's landing on P Cols with ew rk aa Lsto ti O Seat
gS.I *lig p d ui1- btle mem The matter of adding a the Tombea.but nd"the road tooo soft, Men und women ior go.n adsir to re.- All ticket agents ad hotelsare smppI d with monthly iling schedules.
amS gr a ad ~ b losa for dumping shell was so come home alouig the beach. It was pi rt. '"me o travel aImoIntting au. Write for general information, sailing schedi o Or o
sabey wrw id s... wt do desmi plan arrived a glorios afternoon, and the ride thor- ,t, rtervm grk tr war e PLESEANTS, Wf ALTER HAWKINr, O IO
nn thre be @sM for at Mr. 9ed was present and asked oughiy enjoyable. They saw someorange z.. cbI.htad oi Xen-e. razel TvraceMnt,
.. ....4 b..., iggs a at a. bosses bedy to boide and s-w orawe tress laden with rne.t mimi or woman to se uiecuut. NewPie2 l ive, Nwt" y..ak .e,.
oi w *imt wema faf bwl t fs btcsste i not so s hmmo&ht s it was a* e V: .Nw, T ine..W son. .. Wl. WIe.NSoN, Aent, Dayo. F. ird
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and colds, boarseess and croup,
broanchitis and la gripped.
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Tar. Asthmna and Tar, and in the early
coGaump stage it cures them.
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Western & Atlantic Railroad.

DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE'"
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHI8.
LOUISVILLE,
CI*CINNATTI
COrrying through P&llman Veiibued Buffet Sleepers Jackomvil to &
Louis andChicago without change. Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for deeper reervations, write to
C. E. HARMAN, Gem. Pass Agent, TOM. DOYLE, Ph. Pa. Agest,
Atlanta, Ga. a JacksovMe, .
H. F. SMITH, Traf Maager, N e Team&


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19 Sta 8t. New York. So0 Weo ,bO. LJmbna^ U-
THOb. D. HALEY, Local r Agt. C. P. LOVRJLL,An t .
Foot Hogau S Jacksonvile. Foot H m 8, Ja
F JNO. LI. HOWARD, prit
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T1o1e. BoER W. P. CLYORD A CO.,
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wPMoEND Behdud e tive Feb.8, '.mpamoaM
N1.4 INo.2 Oo. 1 No.8
8:10 pm 8:30 am Lv.., -asOiwmvfle (A. V. A W.) ..........Ar 8:10 pm 7:80 am
11:35 pm 11:55 Ar...... ...V dom (A. V. A W.).............v 4:4 pm 4:10 a
4:10 m 5 05P. 0.. .- ..M*n (G. 8.& & P.) Lv 11:15 am 11:18 as
7.25mm 8:10 pa Ar At" ata (C. of G.) Lv 8:00 am 7:50 pm
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S ..p 5M.m Ar .........ash .c. & A .):........... Lv M0pm Mam
6:25 am 7:94 pmAr .8h Louis (I. C.) Iv 8:86 am 10. p1
7:25 pm -T:0am Lv..........Nahvrift (N. C. A. t. L.)............Ar 8:35 pm 1 5
11:47 pm 12:10 pm Lv .Marti (I. C.) Ar 8:55 p 5:15 mm
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I 7:0 pm 5:48 am Lv................Nahvile (L a N.)............Ar 10:42 pm &80 am
I.a mm, 9:50 mam Ar. vasvile (L& N).) Lv 6A5pm 3:15 am
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No. 4-7 xIE FLY Ea irrie. thro h Pulman BuI st deeper betiren Jack-
sonville mad 8t. Lom o betwwee acke ville ad Chicago via Martin, ad
Iois CeniWtral R. R., Baaking direct connections for all pointW i the West ad
Northwest
No. 3--QAY EXPRE cari tbrour Pui"l Busa Iu ept m between Jack-
Mvie d Chicago, viaNMbrUhvle, Eveville SM4 8 bicagQ R JHiois .
An eorrnpsndimee promptly answered aei ..eas Car Mesa sersmd. w m usM as
meet paemarse at ago i JcksWanvlle ormy e .as s IWedr by teet. DrMep a LUne.
WALT= HAwIuw, Ge'l Agent Traec Departmat, Jacksovile, M.
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