An Independent Journal Stricdy Abreast With dthe
Day~tona. Florida. March 9. 190L
Have &ou Experienced"
Of surf bathing on the Daytuna
beach? If notyouare mining one
of our chid attrictiors. The Gulf
stream washing our shores imparts
a perfect temperature to the water
and e is no finer beach on earth.
W m thing suits for ladies, gentlemen, girls and boys, and the prices are
as low buy the material that is in them. We give a few descriptions:
JL.is' l sits, fne quality of navy blue wool flannel, with white braid...$2.00
ine quality of navy blue flannel, a nieegarment...2.73 and 2.90
in solid bluecotton flannel, trimmed with braid...............30.50
Miem mTy ble wool flannel, bathing suits, trimmed with white braid...........2.00
Mme's 2-piMp I suits in navy jrsey cloth................ .75and 1.00
Men'* 1 -Mi- suits, ribbed ..(
Boy's 2-pice bathing suits, navy jersey cloth ...... .75.
Bathing clippers ................ .23
Rubber bathing caps, in plaids and plain...... .15and .2-
J. R. HILL.
E. T. CONRAD Q CO.* x
At their new store have a
first-class line of...............
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
FIRST CLASS REFRIGERATORS IN USE.
Agents for W. L,Douglass' Shoes
for Men. The Best on the Market.
BEACH STREET near ORANGE ANENXE and.SOUTI BRIDGE. 0
- CA---- T ......-2
THE NEW STORE
MORRISON & SMITH
Will take pleasure in showing you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NEW
GOODS, consisting of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit,
HAY, GRAIN, ETC.
SPENCER BLOCK. NORTH BEACH STREET.
OwrIr.Edmudsme will be pleased to call on you. i
Every Ordr ac 4 &
-w,' receive is appreciated, and
tilled in a thoroughly satisfac-
> ,tory m:atner.
Our Grocories Arot igh
fI'NsI: and i ill;'lfl-t condition.
Full w eiglht a1.l fill mtasun, is
goarant''ed. W carry l lodead
s.to'k. for little i-tigre. Ke'ji
thiitgs lilt ivintl 11. M- r eived
fr'o % % loI#-.,ua!ers to-day are ill
toki '0 a o'1" lmandi to morrow.
Go(odqplitv and these prices
make trliAd,- i,,.v
Best Elzin Butt. r at 30 entas
1I IeAlh eggs alt 20c a dozen.
r YOURS TO SERVE,
S_ o o J. F. RUSH.
A mating of the stockholdare of the The reception at the home of Mr. and
Daytona Telephone company was held Mrs. D. A. Blodgett on Ridgewood are-
Monday evening in the rooms of the nue last Saturday evening was without
Board of Trade. R?ports of the various a doubt the greatest social event of the
omff2lr w4?r read, which showed the season. The grounds were beautifully
company to be in a very prosperous con. illuminated by lanterns and the rooms
edition, considering the disadvantages decorated with county leaf, palm and cut
which always result in inagurating new flowers the effect of which was beyond
lines. The company has been somewhat description. Over the refreshment table,
hampered in its building operations by entwined with smilax were the figures
the inability to pro:ure m itarial. The 76-the number of years that Mr. Blod-
company will be offered for the ensuing gett. in whose honor the reception was
year as follows: President, Wm. Moor,', given, has traveled along the path of life.
vice-president, C. M. Bingham Jr.; secre- The southern porch of the house was
tary, F. J. Niver; tr.iasurer, F. T. Peck; enclosed for a music room and was
board of directors. Wm. Moore, F. J. i- beautifully arranged in Oriental draper-
ver, C. M. Bingham Jr.. J. M. Garla d, ies of all kinds.
G. H. Clark. Thompson and Mrs. E. C. Atwood
IJ received. Miss Atwood had
Inaumratioa Dar. charge of the serving of refreshm-nts, as-
49" listed by the Misses Jolly, O'Conner,
Monday William McKinley was inaug- Brower. Foot?, Pendleton, Thompson,
urated as president of the Unitedl States Goodwin, Clark and Wilkinson. About
for four years more. March 4th for the 301) guests were present and thecongrat-
Presidential inauguration dates from ulations that Mr. Blodgett received were
1788. when after the ratification of the many and sin,-ere. H3 was presented
constitution by the States. the Congress with the following poem by Col, M. Hus-
by the old Confederation designated that ton, which pictures the high esteem in
day as inauguration day. They fixed on which Mr. Blodgett is held dy his many
the first Wednesday ia January, 1789, score of friends.
fr f t hL-er 1ho *. v W- 1 I 1 1
n-sday in February, for the voting 'by
the electors and the first Wednesday in
March, which happens to be March 4th
of that year for the inauguration. Avon-
stitutional act approved March 1, 1792'
provides that the Presidential term
"shall in all cases commence on the 4th
of March next succeeding the day on
which the votes of the electors shall have
been given." The date of the meeting of
the Electorial College was changed by
act of Congress approved February 3rd,
1887, to second Monday in January.
Far up th,, lofti'st Anl..*-
For so tihe old leg- ,nds tell-
In a wondrously hiddldn grotto,
There gleamAth a fairy well,
And he who can find that fountain,
And gaze on it's narrowed calm,
Shall see, as no mortal seeth,
The heart and the life of man-
Shall see, as his visions cleareth,
The false, and likewise the true;
And comprehend-oh' so fully-
That the best that we can do
Is to help the ones who need helping,
And cheer them along the way:
drew l dirA
cetv&w 0 oo
Bargains in men' ahirtl
New line summer -
clothing, the "Satisfac-
tion brand," just re-
ceived. % F 0 *
Trunks and Valises, Trunk Straps and Many
New Goods Just Received. i A A
Fruit Drssing r So s And make their paths all the brighter
>And happier when we may.
Orange juice is one of the best dress- If only we learn the lesson Yr t Please
ings for black shlioes or boots. Take a And practice it as we go-- o rs P e s
slice or quarter of an orange and rub it Applying it's deep-set wisdom
on the shoe or boot; then when dry, Whether in weal or woe-
brush with a soft brush until the shoes Some day of us 'twill b, written,
shine like a looking glass. This is ain And graven with iron pen-
English receipt. Another fruit dressing "[I, did what he could to brighten
is for tan shoes. the inside of a banana The lives of his fellow mMn.B"
!skin. Rub the skin all over the she.
thoroughly, wile off carefully with a soft Nothing Intormalo o rero s .
not be polished w ith blacking. These "Nothing is reality informal nowadays',
are the hardest kind of shoes to kopi d-clares a fashionable woman. "That is,
looking well, nnl realuir' constant car.' ymou n. not ex -.t an e:i. rt 6int : Itto FOUNTAIN CITY PHARMIACY,
They nmayb,.hcle.anetdl withaidaii. spong, ,,',-sinitllhr aind l.ss .
and inuinediate-ly dried with a soi clotlith, word '-informal'" is written on the invita-
with oc.-a.lionly a little vas. line or sweet timn. If you arc asked to dinm "-informal-. CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
o il. They must never b.- dIonn.l in col lyd you may le sun, that you will Ie tex-
weather without heating, or they will pl.
crack as soin as exposed to the cold will partakv of quite asehlaborate a menu
air.-East Coast Advocate. as if it wenv aI grand dinner party. It DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
simply gives you to understand thatyour
Stop Pulpit Advertising. ho.,st.ess is giving a small and exclusive COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
'0P4 ,0ent,'rtaininent. Oduilly enoughh it is what
The reading of stilar notices from ar clh.,l tthe in,,tal ffn, tions that are Perfumery and Fancy Toli.t Articles.
th, pulpit is a jar to tilt- s.rvi-es. is ex- th cii' 'st. Miss X. gives a klarg ball
ceedingly olbijectionabl., to a large nutnl- and asked every on- she knows, then
her of people,'' writes Edward B,)k. in .conside.ring that her duty to society
the March La lies IIm '.lhiin.il. ""w'h,. is a.'o.mulisi.sh'. she gives her small en-
folks rightly feel that secular matters tortainmient to a sel.-vt few, which she, DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted profesionally during bushin
should be kept as far r.nimoved from asab- calls informal. For instalnl, the invita-i hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
bath s.'rvices as pssibl,. And they ar,'it ion t the g-n.-ral dane.-, which is not' _
Perfectly justified in taking that jio.sition. at all smart in tlhe slnse that it include'
It is a bit disturbing vwh-n a miist, r an- society at large, is on the stiff st and =: S M I V I L A
nounces thatt it fair will t- hIl- oil si li ,most iiposing "at hotm, card, while
or such a day. or tl:it a s trawl ,rr.y fes- Ith r,,nallY ,x,.liv,' atfir is oft -n m',,r Iv located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir.
tial has lieiiaiai*. Ifit.aineve- visitin"(card. with ,"v,'y small dance" ; action and no finer location can be found in this vicinity. During the summer the
ning. All our churches cannot abolish written in the co wrn.r. With hdin:hrs it is'houxe has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the room are
pulpit anno'unimelli-its too soon( ; tnai of T ,.,, i single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
them have tdon so) *alrn.i elllv\the \IiI' tx I y- a idd bp t sunny esposure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
nthem have oi so a,.it. Thi y have i,,r.asoial not to an ultra-f.ishional>h,. twen enlarged. Baths and lavatories have l*en added and everything done for the
never had a pla av th -re. th *y am not in o,,,, then i.i th tim ,- to ip':t ol your comfort and convenience of guests. The hall in one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
keeping with the digniity of the pulpit. ; ., ..t al .r f o. .1 W. f L th a .t is in charge of a competent chef andit is the especial aim of the management to
cours-,where a churh is asolitelv .. keep the table up to its usual excelle-ne. The house is three blocks nerth of the de-
too limir.,te in its fiann,.ncrs t. ilv. thi ,tu '" "'' c.mp !,pot,. and convenient to the Post Office. Chun-rhes, Schools,etc. and is within a mil
toolimitled isn itsfilnti.,s t.> hav' the for yvou \vil ftinld t, i t von only nl,.ni- 'if the ocean with its magnificent beach for w-eeling. driving or autoing. Ratee
most ea(,.-st sort of a laflt printed frstoifth. ilt ra-.rxchl(.iv,. t. A. formal $2.50 per cayv. 10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.
there is soint e reaitin f ir th.. t-ontintiu c., ji r ifti i'' d:ty' olehy
of the method. lit wihnevr it is possi- wh are not l,:rt: I-':i. i* trtpno. Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
tlle the pastors of our chtiirhes should l -
allowed to adopt the circular plan. The' Snd chool Co ........ -
1 1 I I !Sundar School Convention. .. T-& JAM I Aft 40& -- .I .S O AA
minister should not lt, turned into, an llN1 a r
advertising wneidiuiii m t der any pnrt-Ixt I TIh Sixt ,'intht! Atiri.1il Co-'ivention of
whatever. Nor should the pulpit l e thl Volusia CountVy l'nion l.ib! S .hliol
dragged doi wn froi its li.1h- pla,'e a1il its Asso'. tio m ,t in I).vt >:ti l, t "',Tisl.iv
lofty purpose. It is not a bullet:ii-boarl. and Wctin *s li\. l'i:t ,,.111i .1: infolril l
s ig '.,vi,.' f!low. 'l by .1 votion.il c1-
A Night of Mtodern Minmtrels. erci.ses by li-s 1i '. k' Ii ti, aIll.l ie of
'4 lPr' ii', l- nt N 'ttl.-t'in. tihe vi.. p. :ei. I' t.
There will probably l.i a crowd hiou.x. (,'pt. II. I.. S:w I t lo'tioi
at the Op(ls:a HIous, tiiiight. Gorton s oIf authol'itv thri iii t t'.i 'o:lvcutio ll.
Minstrels, the worlll- id. favorites are Al- n i.riig lor ti i:nt ir.iit na' work
comilinng i a li.rin n.w. uip-tio-,l it. prot- was ta.k n ;an.l it i v .Y i'pri-, s. O: to
graml of intr.l-y. T h. 1-rfor itan,' i kiiow that thi litern, 'ioi.tl treasirv
unique illn iveral particulars, in SilmhS -I l r,.,.. ive .l i roi n flroi ll i' Vo ';.a coi'lnt
as tlhe overdoing of thh butrnt cork tanlI ,onvention tinati fr.ma t s:at co:iv.-.
the working ov*-r the tit rd. be. whikered tioll r -l,..ti v It 1,1 iln Jl;i -k1,: :v:11.
joke.r are conspicioui.ily abs-nt. To .lun- ToT. oloWi:, o 'i \-. .. c, l ,catd:
ter-lh lalcu v for this welc enit. oil io, n. preside ,,it.It-v. .J. 1.. l ..L k, l)aIt,.a;:
thte company introd.lucedl a spl.lii (;o, I I viv ,-pr,.sil,.,,t. J. Ml. Grla,,in.. DaytIv na
Sextette inil a iquart 'tt' that c.ainot, b* a ur.er. A. K. lokaw. Day toLa; as-
heard too oftetii to uiit thl.. min-t x.,T. .i.tant s., r '..try. Mis. ..a ton. Holl. tliil;
inw i diiilie'n.v. The da~t 'iniz !;- iit,-t s ,l it n i.,, t, 1,,::i. i,.,,lau.rti, ,t
aa n d m u icla l a .ti, t, ul*l. *x ..i tl, all" "y M ;, (; ,t ., i ,o .:!, l ... ;;: 1. j
clever anid of hiLh ira I.a. an I dlio. Iit h V ir, I.t tha ta ill., Iu.1* ,1 l 'e M 1
ia dash a i spirit tit tLat I a,,,,llint.i,,.s it -, I' o::lll a g .Lat
1li.ulitfu _l._ -dealoifa v.ry full tcp,ort thit \\. as pt-r-
T rknEi:Ct's i ITn : IitI: EOINTM 'NTl:r paitrd for l.-.
is thle only r.-m -dy for blin, bliedin r '
protruding piles, iuilorsed by jhysicianSi;, Mrs. Louis,. I. Couley, of RoI-chostr.
cures the most obstiuat* cases. Price Z0 N. Y.. ani accompli,-Lcd teacher cf French
cents in bottles. Tubes 73. Dr. J. M. 'and Spanish, is roomin- at E. N. Wald.
Jones. J ron's on Bidgewood.
rieaaqtuarters onts x t i
ASON & WALL CO.
Third Building South of Postoffice.
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VOL 1% NO, ".
ITh .t andMamost Complo. Stock ASS
ofdt w ULsa
I -ki~fia AMON=&e.rn-m-- wo --
-OF-'kP*' Nou* 40 Poewsto&
T o ile t A r otic le P 4 = ^ co.o^ -I
a_ 1 -Sunday.... 5:38
STuesday............... ....... 7:19 7 26
ft. La m Wednesday 8:17 8:5
-------- i 30.- "Ae CO RI Cs. Thn.day 9:16 9-.4
Man is made of dust; along comes the Friday 10:13 10-2
watering cart of Fate, and his name is1105 11:17
nes DEALER IN Mud.
John Y. etwller, of New Syrna, mm Thompson
in town Monday and favored us with a
Stationery Newspap ers pleasant calL Mr. Detwiler expects to e 40Cand M&Ker.
Magazines Fishing Tackle go to Bullock, Georgia, next week to
Sewing Macelis Bird Cages look over the fish hatcery. VALLrr 8TIun, SEA BREEZE,
Window Curtalp Mat Boards In pulmonary trouble, the direct act MafKes his Candies.
of DALLAnD's p O3UOUr"D vtu upon
Oil and Water Colors Drawing Paper the throat, chest and lungs, immediately
Artist's Brushes Musical Goods arrests the malady, by reliving the di*-
trest, cutting the phlem and freeing the
Jewelry Clocks vocal and breathing organs. Price 25
Watches Toys 0 cents. J. M. Jones
Dolls Basket. Through efforts of G. H. Foote, about All my condies warranted to be perfectly
Glass Candies thirty seats will be procured and put 'fresh and pure. I make a specialty of
Fruit and otios Bike Suppl in place in some of the most beautiful ,Peanut Brittle, Salt-water taffy, cream
places around town in order that tour-/ candies. Stop in and see me. Sign over
ists may stop and rest on their journeys the door.
DAYTONA. FLA. along the street..
S Persons who lead a life of exposure are
subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and H. F. THOMPSON.
T i a e i g H o lumbago, will find a valuable remedy in
JI JrAV I V 113 r JSe BALLD's S NOW XUNIM.NT; it will banish
pains and subdue inflamation. Price 25 Gu ranked $90 0
.1firs. H. A. Gray. and 50 cents. Dr. J. M. Jones.$ 9
Services will be held at the colored & k[y Yearly.
Corer Oak and Second Street PALATK FLORIDA Primitive Baptist church, Midway, next
Sunday as follows: 11 a. m. sermon by Men and women of cood address to repre-
t n.t u, same 14 travel appointing agents,
All Street Cars Pass the Door. visiting ministers from A. M. E. confer- other for eorni work look oint ftr our in.
en 3 p m. sermon by the pastorf t 900erea 8rvg giaranteed rearlyv: e-
ence; 3 p. m. sermon by the pastor. tM eomr m s ion'a ild espenueq. rapid a advance
TERMS REASONABLE. Everybody invited. Come early and get o1d established ha.uie. Randnd chance for
earne-it man or woman to were pleasant.
a seat. Rev. C. F. SAMS. PASTOB. permanent pomitilin. liberal iucome and fa-
.--- .--- tire. New, bnilliant line-'. Write-atuone.
A Rev. J. G. A. Martin. presiding elder of STAFFORD PRESS, New iave. Cem.
JTH E -PA LM E T1TO Jacksonville District, St. Johns River -!-
C. 0. CHAMUBIRLIN, Proprietor. Conferenee, will hold quarterly meeting! WANTED.
at the First M. E. church Saturday and iReliable man for manager of Branch
MINOW OPEN FMO GUESTS Sunday. Man-h 9 and 10. lIe will pnmvah Oftfie we wish to open in this vicinity-
and administer the Holy Communion at if your i-ord is 4). K. here is an oppor-
The hotel is one mile from the ocean and fronts on the beautiful Halifax River. 11 a. m. Sunday. He will preach at Sea tunity, Kindly give good referuce when
FMne boating, fishing, bicycling Wd driving, making it a most desirable place to Br eze at 3 p. m. and ut Daytona again writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLE-
sped the winter. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. at 7:13 in the evening. Quarterly con- SALF HOUSE., Cincinatti, Ohio. Illus-
ff'rence at Daytona Saturday at 7 p. ni. treated catalogue 4 cent stamps.
FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE.
NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
For *even years Manag.r ot the PALMETTO HOUSE,
MRS. MARY TROYIPROPRIETOR.
Centrally located on Volusia Avenue near the Post Office
and Depot Nice large rooms Excellent table
Large Verandahs, Rates $150 per day, $7 to
$10 per Wesk.
UIl Ik To and Fm the Beach Pasthe Doo
Clarendon Inn Sy e
Leonard Gilo Manager.
Strictly Firt Class.
SEA BR r.EZ P P FLORIDA.
BY LAND AND SEA.
to New York.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.
ThEO via Palatial Ex pres Steommips fma AVANNAH. Four
SAIINOBG XACH WEBK to IEW YORK MAKIA G CLOSE
Omeetless with New York and Boste Ships On Bed Lines
AR ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or ca
W. H. PLBEANTS, WALTER HAWKINS,
Tr c Manager, Gen'l Agt Traffic Department,
New Pier 25 North river, New York. i94 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Fie
J. W. WULINSON, A@"t. Daytona, Fla.
A COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. -- -
I have no hesitancy in recommending S. J. MEADOR,
Chamberlain's Cough remedy." says F. I'.
Moran. a well konwn and popular baker BOOT and SHOE MAKER.
of Petersburg, Va. "We have given it to
our children when troubled with bad -HIarness Repairing a specialty.-
coughs, also whooping cough. and it has North IBWwchSt..,next to TeaPot Grocery
always given pere.t satimwaction. it was
recommended to me by a druggist as
the best cough meldicin- for children as itI
no opium or other harmful drug." Sold
by all druggist.
High School Notes.
In the future. at no very remote date
the Daytona High School. will favor us
with a literary entertainment. which i P U R E
will probably take place at the Opera
House. However all is as yet kept very Made from Distilled Water.
quiet, but it is noticeable that afternoon
rehearsals are on the program, just at
present. All success to it, and Daytona
with its usual great heartedness will I M a Aw dd 3ildd
give it liberal patronage. M wS hOsoy ds Tar
Last Friday afternoon an interesting -_g g l
debate took place in the Daytona high
school. The subject was, "Resolved that P. C. CO U NT,
since 1776. the U. S. has done more for BOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
the civilization of the world than Eng-
land." Rev. Bingham. Mr. Mosely and 'Repairing neatly done. Cottage
Mayor Ludwig were the judges for the Ave., near Beach t., Daytona, Fla.
occasion. The majority being for the af-
firmitive, three of Miss Cross' pupils, OCEAN HOUSE,
Robert Knox. Chester Sims and Leon F. W. SAMS, Propr-tor
Oliver. kindly consented to help on the
negative. With a small but attentive Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
audience, the discussion then commenced Regular Bloarders.
and a royal one it was. each captain gwSMYR NA. FLORIDA
spoke briefly but emphatically. and the
others followed in rapid pursuit. Spark- DY 8 P EP T I I D DE
lings bits of humor were mingled with TIo 4 t uM rIO
the grave matter. In imagination the
days of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln. y ^an
Tennyson, Wadsworth and Gladstone t nV
were lived again; while the steam car. i
boat and engine were invented thereon. | |o
Finally, the points being summed up. all us .
anxiously awaited the decision of the
judges, which much to the sorrow of the
followers of the King George. but to the Is now ol-n for guests. Centrally lo-
immense joy of the patriotic Americans. ated,. fronting the Halifax River. Three
was found to consist of one vote for blocks from depot. One block from post
England and two for the U. S. It is the office. This house has been newly plas-
wish that the high school may have tered and painted.
many more such debates and, oh, happy DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
he. to receive an inverataion.
-km~ Cis a
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.
Doom ra nti Window,%'4o.epnx. Picture.
REMARKABLE ('tRE8 OF RHErMATISM.
The editor of the Vindicator has -had
occasion to test the efficacy of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm twice with the mount re-
markable results in each came. First
with rheumatism in the shoulder from
which he suffered excruciating pain for
ten days which was relieved with two,
applications of Pain Balm. rubbing the
parts afflicted and realizing instant bene-
fit and entire relief in a very short time.
Second in rheumatism in thigh joint al-
most prostrating him with severe pain.
which was relieved by two applications,
rubbing with the liniment on retiring at
night and getting up free from pain. For
sale by all druggist.
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aft C6 TkON8.
TrO K E:Y W F.0S-. W0 HAI VA NA
VUA PWLA MMR me i~~i WS
To NewaSon" Caff4mMs&--
ads, Atbia.e aSd
WINTER TOURIST Ti8TS
will be on sale throughout the Northwern, Eeu m es 1(e o
all Florida resorts via the Plaft System dm-r Nb1 Wawa im dl to
return until May 31st, with Ibersi stopover lpeiv I ~s fj H- .'
Address. of parties in the North sest to the a b *uwy
supplied with all information and mhaandome adverWiiq .
For information as to ratesasecpg emr ratio s 4 m to
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 188 West Bay St, ItsU., lorda
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WBRNN, ?n Tiam MMa.
Savasnash, Ga. sva-m" es.
AM AU PSOM4
DIRECT UqE BUMC5AW TO
AWAM W7. Mpg"S alT.
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Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping CaM T--.
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Florida East Coast
Manufacturers of Iigih Grade Soda Water-All lsvors
Cream and Dewey Specialties.
All orders piomptly'filled. Write for prices.
OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS-Vlusia Ave., neir F. E C. R'y station
J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.
BOND & BOND
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shipgles,
looring. Siding, Ce Lin".
Prick, Lime and Cemmeat in a -,
'Pnoxs a3 Offices and Yprds: East Coast RaUwayi*age Avenue.
"Yankee Doodle" Thompsn, Tar..
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of, A Fast Comfortable Launch for iligh Grad' Tailoring a Speeiolty.
IFurniture Repairing doneon short notice Suits made to order for $18 and
at reasonable prices. Charter to any Point. up; Pant for $4 and upwards
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. C icCOY BRdOTHERS, ... Re at Ra. Rates.
m= AhUM. ItALXVmeI CON.AO'S DOCK, Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
SemUU wea w gb- w, n WMJO OATTONA. FLORIDA. DAYTOXA. FLO IDA.
ALL KINDS. '
Mm. D$* te lowE mbs
hues, -,, .* -
The ma am*
Dr. 11op4 Dlten arm
WIL., isoefsift Daytema's moal. .
school boad washn d at Delmd TM
"row"olce bn pam a"asat
Mrs. Grama's, eappoet Umderood
fte Big Four gave another of its
- des "amng sad cm i- rwTOW
Te L ofP. AstMonday eva
S and -dgree of Page on
Major Digham went to 8t Augeste
11 WmS m ICoe was o p
hafm New -S Monday, a eomps.a-
am y.Y ap arv of fnds.
Dr. Duaoi, the good atared Port
Ora.1 pap~latV, was acabr at this
SJameem.amem, ~u md man,
I was ia twaM Fa. arwmh
*Plmbs be enw bhled e as be ap.
s d he1m heisar, and as e.m
astravn l p se ite brindw w
w Dr. H..own and I LL Wal wi
re usin the a at- os lodge Knghts 91
Pyt at m e of -d hp Grand
A rpeinasa elr arvy wIfl he gSiv-
e atthe Pamttn aext Tuesdtayevening
forTe aidof'8tLM 'soM& aL Jack
oeanvals. otkbeos M N iat e n .
m 7t wchrhU e plWem eon Math
2-1. Members wl obtain nomination
blahnksa of the sntay. Mrs.u Mary W.
i for hatehing: Barred, white and
wbie lbgb pi iont pi- mer m Ba oe-
uan b Enquire of C. D.esly M. D.
The DaytoAa and DeLand ball players
-e4 i ia another running match at the
Daytiona ba park last Saturday after-
STh. score was n 7 to 19, in favor
The Woman's Misionry Society will
hold Its monthly meeting in the Congre-
gatiousl chrch on Wednesday, March
18th, at three o'clock. Subject: "Work
Among tOe MoiOn Whites."
X ancamve ia backwards accordingto
the orthodox almanac. But in Florida
the bluAstery month always comes in like
a lamb and goes ouat as meeksif not more
so, remarks the St. Augustine Record.
Armin Buchterkiac, the wen known
artist of Boehester, is again greeting his
Daytoma friends. Mr. Boehterkirh hasI
bems at Nassau the past few months sad
arrdd ain Daytona Friday of last week.
We notice almost daily the filure ofbi.
cqust to observe the prevailing custom
Sweeping to the right. Ser-
wto-an am sometimes due to the
m aseleeiwrs who fail to observe this
rule, and it abould be enfored at all
Mos of the members of the Floridaleg-
idsatue are posting themselves as to
their duties, aad will be promptly on
bailat the opening the emsion. Tme
gmml diqpmiton seems to be to attend
let to mminess with as little intermp-
tion as pomsae.
The mmreuy is reported to have bis
imarto Uo Wdmeaday mght.
Whit am we going t 4o abo ht estob.
--t -o fflimain Daytova?
Al indl of printing doe on short
mot d atthe B zmmm-Nzw printer.
Daytomaad DeLadball players will
IMso.sbateat the Lter place this ater.
A new sae has been installed In the ex-
paam oBoe, for the better protection of
A party from the Palmetto went to
the letMonday and enjoyed a delight-
ful lunch on the beach.
o. H. ark has hada touch of the
grip the past week but is again able to
he at his place of business.
& reader rneetly asked, "Why don't
people that have house to sell advertise
thm the loca -papers?*
J. W, Johnsoa, who is working at
Pablean*, was shaking hands with
Dayoa friends e past week.
The ext meeting of the Palmetto Club
to be eld March 14th will be in harge
of the 'hflanthroplc Department.
J. K Loas has moved his family into
his p als nlsttage and Mr. Morrison's
ufhmw omo the Longe house.
.. UIL ei.- li asking a beautiful car.
4 defhair !r Dr. Bsekman, the woods
w- b-Wh g% or b -m-ogapy and crab
T Wladlords' worst trouble just at
>pamemtssems to be to Sad rooms for
Sg sI who are clamoring for iacommo.
The two masted schooner, Marie, ar-
rived Tuesday from down the coast witr
Mr. aml Mrs. Adams and John Knight,
s Rw. West, pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Glenwood, was in attendance,
at the Sonday School convention. Bev.
West is an old time friend of Rev. Hawk4
J. I. Woods, president of the First
National Bank of Mendota, IlL, and his
brother, O.C. Woods, a wholesale fruit
dealer of Davenport, Iowa, are enjoying
the beautine of Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Reed were very
pleasantly surprised by a visit from their
son, Dr. Chas. A. Reed, surgeon for GreatJ
Northern Ry. at Kalispell, Montana.
He travels over 6000 miles for a two
Mr. Blount, a guest of the Palmetto.
went shing from the Ocean Pier Tues-
day. When he pulled in his line he
thought he had the bottom of the ocean
but it proved to be only a whipray
weighing 200 pounds.
The Ceeilian Quartette drew a good!
house Wednesday evening. The singing
was superb; but the most distressing
feature was the fact that the hall was so
cold that people were shivering with
their outer wraps on.
See the girls in other column carrying
large baskets of grapes to the winery in
Portugal for making wine. It is worth
reading about. Speer of New Jersey
makes wines from the same grape. His
wines are unsurpassed by any in the
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamell, of Terra
Haute, Ind., are recent arrivals at the
Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. Hamell are en-
thusiasti golphers and have already
tried the Ormond links. This is their first
visit to Daytona and they are much
pleased with it.
Eugene Finley, colored, was arrested
by Marshal Rodgers Friday of last week
and was taken to Palatka Saturday by
the sheriff of Putnam county. He is said
tohave "whacked" the Palatka marshal
over the head sometime ago, which is
one of the olences he is wanted for.
. Many a immneet little darling is 5sf- Elsewhere in the GAzErm-Niws is
Isriag a ldagony and cannot explain a very attractive ofer given by the Jack-
its troupMs. Mark your child'ssymptomsm sovite Metropolis to the authors of the
ye may find it troubled with wORM; State. To any subscriber of the Satur-
give it wm's a M VWIn O and day issue of the Metropolis, (which is
sttoneIt to item sad health. Price one dollar a year) who is a citizen of
5e m6s Dr J. M. Jons. Florida, a prise of twenty-five dollars
Paper i one of the bet co to will be given for the best original story
of 8,006 words, and ten dollars will be
iE b 'omy oaen oexcldne given for the second best. The Metropolis
Sba a a r sof m oand h one isactuated in this matter by a desire to
Sea rol of paper and 'with t develop and encourage the literary
other Ight a g jet with the t K tastes of the people of the State. Read
spark deawaby toeaing the end of the head. and enter the contest. It is good
mr to a mtalie buremr. practeie whether you succeed or not. The
Mas. C. E. VTasa.. Kilbourn, Wis paper reserves the right to purchase any
wasm nd with si in trouble and story that they may wish from those
ea f-e. She says. that do not win the prize. The Metrop-
"I IMM lip. ~mh but olis will until September lst givetoevery
nmasvoe dbm msa od that Chum- new yearly subscriber to the Saturday
bhineiwm's da% h iver Tablets Metropolis a magnificent Atlas of the
have." These Te Jor sale al I English and American possessions.
draimta. Prie s eens. Sample free.
A party wMk went up the Tomoca on
the amh mois last turday killed
the I e aligator, which every warm
lmorsath past has ask in athe
~mbM at a point ear the head of the
r Wer. We are w se that owners of
lmmheb should aow m action as
gamtmmam e te-asmnas
Sw.a upt OwTmam
WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY.
There's no rest for those tireless little
workere-Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Millions are always busy, curing Torpid
Liver, Jaundice, Billiousness, Fever and
Ague. They banish Sick Headache, drive
out Malaria. Never gripe or weaken.
al, taste alce, work wonders. Try
thdm. 25 msts at Dr. J. M. Joumes.
Miss Lee, secretary for the Daytona
Traction company, left last Saturday
for her home in Chicago, to attend tc
some busin~ms in connection with her
father's estate. Mr. Parker is filling ber
p luring her absence.
About next Saturday John Pollitz, at
present wtth Peck & Foster, will assume
the duties of clerk in the Globe. B. F.
Estes, the present efficient clerk, will
leave about April 20 for Colorado
Springs, where he goes for the benefit of
SA party of gentlemen from Marion,
Ohio, offered 83 gallons of gasoline as
prizes for a launch race last Saturday.
The result of the race was as follows:
Ramblerflrst 15gallons; Templarsecond,
10 gallons; Truscott third, five gallons;
Meg fourth, three gallons. The judges
were B. F. Hough, N. A. Lewis and G.W.
I, 4he Epworth League of tee First M. E.
-church had a delightful social at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stewart. Thursday
evening. the house was well filled with
guests who spent the evening in very
Interesting and also profitable diversions.
including musical selections. Delicious
reireshments in the form of hot cocon
and many kinds of cake were served. All
had a happy time.
John Wentworth Sanhorn, A. M., will
deliver a lecture on the Irequois Confed-
eracy. at the Opera House Friday, March
15. Legends and tradations, marriages
and burials and customs of the famous
Iroquois Indians. under the auspices of
the Epworth League of the First M. E.
Church. Lecture illustrated with 100
stereopiticon viiws taken from life.
Mr. Sanborn surely knows all
about the Indians, having been inaugur-
ated chief of the Seecas by the Indians
themselves. He brings rare and valuable.
curios which he will exhibit to the and-
ience. He directed the New York Indian
exhibit at the World's Fair. Admis-
sion 25 cents; children 15 cents.
The "Old4 District kule**'
The rehearsals for the "Old Diestrict
Skule," which will be given at the Opera
House on ths 19th, have been very satis-
factory. About forty "Sklolars," will
take part, W. M. Moore, has accepted
the position of "skulemaster" and he is
going to make a good one. The committee
consists of Mayor Ludwig, Maj.Bingham
and Messrs. J. M. Jolley and J. R. Hill.
With such a teacher and such a com-
mittee the "skule" can hardly fail to be
a success. The play is brimful of fun from
beginning to end and it promises to be
the best amateur entertainment ever
given in Daytona. All rehersals after this
will be held in the Armory.
Chicago Gle. Club.
Few musical organizationshave won
9e1 lPdmwk sw debom wltha
A. E. Trowel Is agal back at his eeal
pe In L. R Bus's gr ocery.
Chas.M. and Walter Hillard, of Pal
atsm, arrived Wdnemsay for a short
stay in town.
Dr. Maeas, the ee speciahst will eloe
h oie omthe Ota. Better see him be-
fore he laves.
BishopFoes wi assist the presding
elder i administering the Lord's Supper
at the M. E. Church Sunday. "
Among a party that came up the river
Tuesday were F. 8.Sams, of New 8myrina
and E. C. Elliott, of the Light House
Chas. Birchwood, engineer on one of
the automobiles, was quite severely
injured Friday of last week in assisting
a team frightened by his machine.
Col. L. B. Crooker, well known to Day-
tonians, who is spending the season at
Ponce Park, was in town Thursday
shaking hands with his numerous friends
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Renbin, of Phil-
adelphia, are edjoying the beauties and
the wheeling of Daytona, making their
home with E. N. Waldron on Ridgewood
O 'swe go to pree we learn that Adam
Schants has purchased the ground on
which J. P. Thomas' bottling works
stand; the works will be moved directly
across the street.
Headache often result from a disordred
condition of the stomath and constipa-
tion of the bowels. A dose or two of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets will correct theee disorders and cure
the headache. Sold by all druggist.
STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous debility,"
writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N. H.
"No remedy helped me until I began
using Electric Bitters, which did me more
good than all the medicine I ever used.
Thay also kept my wife in excellent health
for years. She says Electric Bitters are
just splendid for female trouble; and
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak run down women. No other
medicine can take it's place in our fam-
ily." Try them. Only .0 cents. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed by Dr. J. M. Jones.
Cout Boaared Dolsngs.
The county commissioners met in reg-
ular monthly session Monday and TuM s-
day, with all members present, Chair-
man Cannon in the chair. Report of rt-
pairs on the DeLand and Daytona road
was made, showing considerable prog-
ress, and it is hoped that the road will
soon be in such bhape that the automo-
bile line will be put on between those
cities. A petition was presented asking
that the road from DeLand to Crows
Bluff be staightened and made passable,
which was referred to a committee con-
sisting of Messrs. 0. J. Hill, G. A. Dreka
and county surveyor, S. B. Wilson, to in-
vestigate and report on the same. Later
in the meeting the committee reported.
The report was filed and the road or-
dered advertised. The committee ap-
pointed at the last meeting to report en
the extension of the Ridgewood avenue
road from Daytona to Ormnond reported,
and the report was filed and the road
ordered advertised, according to law.
The bond of Lawrence Thompson as no-
tary public was approved. Criminal
Court costs to the amount of $161,34
were approved and paid. The bids for
the building of the county poor house
were opened, and George Boynton found
to be the lowest bidder, but the matter
was laid over, pending further action of
the board. The contract for the painting
of the iron works in the county jail was
lt to J T Derr- for 1.-h.l. whi th.
t sp. -* xie *y *vr iraj. c wine was *
such an enviable reputation as that en- amount of his bid.
joyed by the Chicago Glee Club. It.stands amount of his bid.
among the very best male quartettes of
one country, and many careful and con- NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
servative critics maintain that the Chi- "I would cough nearly all night long."
cago Glee Club has no equal. writes Mrs. Chas. App legate, of Alexan
The range and general ability of the iria, Ind., "and could hardly get any-
club is such that it handles with compar- I deep. I had consumption so bad that if
ative ease the most difficult selections, I walked a block I would cough fright-
and its rendition of music is marked with fully and spit blood, but when all med.
the greatest versatility. The repertoire icines failed three $1.00 bottles of Dr.
of the quartette is so extensive that it King's New Discovery wholly cured me
can give several separate and complete and I gained 58 pounds." It's absolutely
concerts without repetition. The selec- guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds. La-
tions used are from standard secular and Grippe, Bronehities and all Throat and
sacred music, folk. sentimental, planta- Lung Troubles. Price 30 cents and $1.
tion and humorous songs. Song in cus- Trial bottle free at Dr. J. M. Jones'.
tume are a delightful diversion and sur-
pass anything of the kind attempted by
other male quartettes. They combine Now is the B st Time
harmony in action with harmony'in song
At the Dayto .pera House, Tuesday,
March 12. q st
priMe,ithefarm et anwter .
ph nt Adam Bhmats, of Datoe,
h prchme throghL W.
t&. Bailu property Cm ridapweod. ai
Vokoa avenue. OntheDunl properly
Mr. Schantz will ert a conmodous mi-
dene, and oB his other purch as-e he w
eect a plant for the mauactre of his
famous "Lily Water."
The- GAsw .-Nms ma msaw Mr.
Schants at the City Hotel Tuesday after.
noon and in part he said: "1 arrived -
Saturday evening with no Intentio of
buying property anywhere around here;
Sunday I went out foray drive and that
night I telegraphed home:'This is the
nearest to Paradise I have found; am
going to stay.' I have traveled in most
every country of the world but nothing
have I ever seen that equals Daytoms for
beauty." Mr. Sehants we asked if he
would commence building operations at
once and he said: "Yes, I will put me to
work immediately clearing up the prop.
erty. Of course I can't at present ay
what size the plant will be as I have not
had time to think it over, but it will not
be a determent to Daytona but instead
will be beneficial. I will put up the build-
ings no that they can be enlarged at any
time without disfigureing the main
"By the Filtration and Purificatian
Process for which I received letter pat-
ent Dec. 5. 1899,1 am enabled to supply
the public with a long-felt want: namely
the water that is purer than any produ-
ced by and alteration or puriftation prc-
cess, or the many natural springs that
have been invented or discovered up to
our present time.
The many natural spring waters that
the market is flooded with, while posses-
sing a great many good qualities, are as
a rule impregnated to a great degree
with organic matter, or contains too
great a percentage of minerals; doing
good in the one direction and injury in
Lily Water possesses the good qualities
of all combined, being free from harm-
ful minerals and also free from organic
matter, thereby not containing any pat.
hogenic or other germs.
The most eminent physicians oftheday
pronounce Lily Water to be a pure,
healthy, hygienic water and recommend
it for all disorders of the stomach, Kid-
ney troubles, Bright's disease, rheuma-
tism, gout, etc."
South, and makes as ne a shade tresas
the Elm or Maple, and no family ought
to be without a bw shade tress. It would
pay the town authority to do as the
French authorities do, plant nut bearing
trees on the sidewalks sad get a reveme
thererom. A town that would this ar
put out a thousand tress on the side-
walks at comparatively little cost would
in ten years, get annaual return of at
least $00.00 sad each year there would
be an increase until the income would
reach from three to five thousand dollars
annually. Enough to more than pay all
taxes of an ordinary sise town.
The trees do well planted in cottoasad
corn fields, and farmers can cultivate the
lands in crops of corn and cotton until
the trees get to bearingafarmer with ten
to twenty acres has a small fortumeinhis
Pecan grove and don't need to plant cot-
ton and corn. The tree is hardy and
stands the cold weather anywhere south
of Maryland. At Pine Bluff, North Car-
olina, there is a company that makes a
specialty of growing the young trees for
sale, and we advise the 'to*w author-
ities,' and all reders of our paper, to
write the Plebluff Oap & Pecan com-
pany, Pinebluff, N. C., for ebeulars.
Port O range.
Mrs. Woodesad Mrs. Seere drove upto
The Wednesday afternoon fast train
killed Mr. Duggar's cow,
On Tuesday a large party went down
to New Smyrna to visit the Spanish
Dr. H. IL DuBois went over to DeLand
Monday, intending to attend the bicycle
Dr. and Mrs. Phoe cam down from
dea Breese to attend the card party on
The party who went down the coast
in the Brooklyn returned Monday. They
had wonderful luck in Biding Nantiless
shells, brngiMnghome sixty.
M. Walker started for Calfornial st
Wednesday to remain permanently as he
has accepted a very good position in the
mining company. Mrs. Walker will join
him as soon ash be gets a home ready for
The town hall whichis leen for the
primary department of theSunday school
came near burning Wednesday. The roof
caught fire from sparks from the chimney
but was luckily seen in time to extin-
guish it before much damage was done.
There were two eucherparties at the
hotel and one at Ridgewood Hall last
Tuesday evening. It was the largestone
of this season so far, and as usual was a
very pleasant al air. Mrs. Fredricks war
the hostess of the evening.
Mr. Hicks, a former resident of Day-
tona, has rented the store and dwelling
corner of Ridgewood and Dun Lawton
avenues, and with his brother, intends to
start a candy manufactory. His brother
has a factory in Asbury Park. We are
glad to welcome them among us, and
wish them good success.
As NOUTr MuMiM roF t LAoIWPP,-
George W. Waitt, of South Gardiner,
Me., says: "I have had the worst cough,""
cold chills and gripp and have taken lots
of trash of no account but profit to the
vendor. Chamberlain's Cough R medy is
the only thing that has done any good
whatever. I have used one bottle of it
and the chills, cold and grip have all left
me. I congratklte the manufacturers of
an hoest esieie." t eels by b Ia
vi all" yb -m aue
may wl thbb bar 41 go
hon t 1-thgta In do wr oaf -a S
onMoooht ea- th sd wt ae at os
mewt _e the a ro S ae sad The
ordered S4 worth of smrewrks and
ad dollars worth wlN be -rh-ed
Theis aiss g picks d out wl have for
mooaslight and these ds will be a Its
hihsst. ADNtl boats from bhe and
to either contribute et or sousthing
thusnaturen a great advurimesat for
the town. Mayor Lidwig, Bx-Co-mo-
dore Brown and Vol. Post constitute the
VALTUAWL I CKAM-AUl W.ATm.
People are behseA d by the me of
Speer's Port Grape W'in, peisciay ladiBs.
It p-reoes the blood and makes their
eyes shine lise stams.
wver rams&&l s Tea Semth
&&Oemnad Plams"N N M Tie.
The Pecan trsenot only bears one of
themost decih ousnuts, but itbs oMe of
the most hardy tEe that grows in the
NuEmmnm S c--Satsuma, Parson
Brown and Pineapple Orange 80 cents
apiece. Phoenix 8ilvestris Palms $1.00.
Apply to E. N. Waldron.
vmr weeks after the nnhb fist'on of this
notice. vi|: on the 10th day of April next.
or a. moon thereafter ma I eon be he ,rd, I
;hall apply n the Hnnonimble Minor 8. Jne.
Judge opihe Circuit Conrt in and for Vollu*ts
toumity. Florida, for an order lewillzinit ay
adoption of Marion Louie CUrnford aged five
)earn. J.R. COL.
Dayton. Ela March 7th,. 101
PeMblA.e d.. t* Ph-eses
Office of Medical Examiner. 1
Seventh Judicial District
Orlando, Fla., March 7, 1901. )
In accordance with an act entitled,
"An Act to Regulate the Practice of Med-
icine etc. approved Nay 81,1895, you
are hereby notifid that the Board of
Medical zaminers inmd for theSeventh
Judicial District of the State of Florida
will meet at my office in Orlando, Orange
County, Florida, on Teaeday. April 9,
1901, it being the second Tuesday in the
month. R. L. HANS, Secretary.
Will be given to the writer of the B=rT
OmrINAL StoWr of 3,000 words or less,
to be published in the SATURDAY EDITIOXN
of the JACKSOwVILL M oTROPous, FLOa-
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Authors competing must be-
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May first. 4th. Prices will be awarded
on May 15th.
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suNfcient stamps are sent to defray tie
expense of postage.
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to the Saturday Metropolis who sends
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THE ART &RUSSELFUIBCO
Fr&itif riwo hem.r; l hai
wa aed to towa.
foranothert te emser.
a.teyid taiwto k w ie "M ftrO
a party out fora pl asta tte saol.
From th river the sar residents at
City Desutial presented an aposig ap-
pearanme and adds greatly to the ples.
tig aspect of the place.
OB Friday Mm A. H. Clear enter.
tainsd berHolyHillfriens m ost plea-.
a*t'. It was a mild emlag and after
a merry game of cds ml a -a"ed ths>
ke Ifm4and other dMke provided
by theOW -M ostese.
On Wednesday evening Mrs. Tylor in
vited her Holly Hil friMad toI dgamof
prOgrm ve suhr. They YIMd a merry
party and all spemt a most pleast time
over the friendly eosMae A open
with a good back lo shed a general
warmth which was much .pprald as
It wasa wee bit cold outofdoom.
We have some very beautul panmis;
several he" ame very successful in ~alalg
them. They begin to flower in F february
and the eold weather just suits them. It
e a wonder thattbey am not more gen-
erally cultivated, they require so ittle
attention, aadarm so easily propagated
and so amply repay one for the slight
trouble required to grow them.
A ORMIBLB OUTBREAK.
"Of lar res on my little daughter"
Mbad develop a ato a eof sald head"
writM C. D. Islbi of Morgamton, Tens.,
but BckW's Armies Salve completely
cured her. Its a guaranteed cure for
Tma,; Tett, Sat h nIm, Pimples,
Sons, Ulcers ad Pales Only 25 cents at
Dr. J, M. Jones.
&Noms adddma need
po"pb4r hmr* em e&
de.inl Sdy dEUoUwt wm
10 th hI* a haspot"
ao vmoinosid Comedh g
ISuft Ih igt orh
NY" g po wer l hamte-'
in Wds bnot notu wthe
&Maab y. sm %d.1the on
Asok.din &* Rei M4gw
if TT soWN!, c WE i.,Ii. u
21me Table 3..68M0i. I*M EstJ046 IS M L -~
I-M wn543mRoad 4 D56I
w tohwheatoeas' made and l
see seaMk ea k -w but"
Pm&K g tOdof thAm witha
W. Ptl. 25 NA 50 comf Dr.J. M.
Us l bwN York Sio of Friday -ta
dis a Ifew tYorkC Oy raa b isei ved a
0OW"istandthe"fr nom Miami, Fla.,
1wtr dmde addre smbeigs panted on
l A, the nut having only U natural
Tie woas after ebets of Inluenas
arise from deranged fametions of the II.
vr. Clear the blood at onee with nmu-
a3, for it will istemgthe the liver to
withdraw from circulation the bilary
poise. Price 50eents. J. M. Jones.
An editor out west printed an item
which stated that "the .man who was
hgging the hired girl had better stop or
his name would be published." Ina few
days about twenty-4ve c tiw paid up
their smbeeription and told the editor to
"pay noeattention to foolish stories going'
We understand that the F. E. C. R'y
Co. have purebased the tract of land up-
on whieh the RBok House is located and
are Wveyinag a line and will build a
switch to it for the purpose of hauling
ihell. Tis meanm that the"Roek House,"
ame of the oldest land marksinatheUnited
States, will soon be a thing of the past.-
NOw 8myrina Breeze.
"Why don't you run a newspaper like
that?" a merchant sad to a reporter the
other day, throwing out a Chicagodally.
"For the same reason you don't run a
tore like that," the reporter replied.
t!mrig a full page advertisement of a
Ceicago house showing a twelvestory
building. The merchant looked atten-
tively at the picture for a moment and
said, "I never looked at it that way be-
far[.'"-Cnthiana (Ky.) Democrat.
An exchange wants to know who can
telthe value of a smile, and says it east
the giver nothing but in beyond price to
the erring and unrelenting, the sad and
eMsaken. It disarnm malice, subdues
temper and turns hatred to love, revenge
tokiadues, and pasve the darkest path
with gems and sunlight. A amile on the
brow betrays a kind heart, pleasant
fries and a happy husband. It adds
a charm to beauty, decorates the face of
the deformd, and makes lovely woman
an angel in paradise.
A new series of postage stamps will
soon appear, namely, the Buffalo exposi-
tion series. The one cent stamp of green
color, will have a picture of a lakesteam-
er to represeut the great transportation
industry of island seen in which Buffalo
is so much interested. The two cent
stamp, printed in red, will have a rail-
way train; the 4 cent stamp, in red and
brown, an automobile; the five cent. in
blue, a picture of the new bridge at Niag-
ara Falbl; the eight cent. lila', a picture
of the lock at Sault St. Marik; and the
ten cent stamp, of light brown, an ocean
TIUs,1p MdhLv .....JaeksoavM ......Ar
a sibl Iso 19 i St. Auxs~msin .....
..... .as~qs ... ...,L
9&% 248 ~* Emma hlmt ......
019 0 ft Ii.* .. ....... t.....
3" 27)11.....Port Omraai.......
I111k Sl36*1 Lop, New faima .......
..) III lh.. ....
612 I&M ....... Roe=n ......
4Is .... 11M ....... "
A I,. 2D ..... t. A Lburmwe........
...... ..... 606. ......FRort Piece.......
.... 6 69 ,........S.Lucias......
..... .... 6 ........ en...........
........6" ..... -Jenuses..........
... ...CI'~) .. ..........stu rt .. .........
........... 8 I..... obe eSou d ..... ...
.... ....75217 1....West Jupiter .....
4 49p. ... 800Ar....West pubs Deeb ....
4 ft 90p 9(8oS..vi -HotelRoyal. P~aciamei
5 t~p 9 lbp !LY ....The Breskers ....
alidp!9SUhjII 400a. West.Pi" besecb....A-
.. .... 6 .....O ...Dboyst n .......Lv
la1.....L~emo lay ....
I I1AV1052..-Miami ......
Trsainso snt step where tme s not shewm.
iAs a to regular psmae
, WW (M. rret .MalrM
ser mkea srM9r four
ed ezelunvely at Pullman
=S p. SG oT h A tr d f 0P.B.
t rewto August inet
via AtlntiM Oarts Line.
ILA&= es drelyof.
NMew I t AtT uutne
crevoM to St. A
via Eansvilie. Naeh. in
d P lulllm Cnrof
eera y ed oathi
teJ *wh/ih no extra or
PClman faie ise chagrepL
K3.6, aOl mniete
(Daily Moeutt Bund
St. Aunutine to C
via At anta. Oiatta
and Cincinnati. Con
exclusivey of Pallnma
14 UVSPORD hkM N CH. IPAL
All tra.n4 Atity 44R a4Pw- ttIklJAY.
... ..... ..... a ,s as
........ ,,et ..
.......Fa.t.Tr aih PI i asn o_-
p 1p O .or
... ... .. i. ln n Na
pakvoop a eostat. d s em ow-
or* S tr. A wh e mok
stvia At ntisoOm u ie.
Dory a oed ezelre Cy of<
St Ag to 11 PrYr
h...... ... Rope rated oti
NO St. AaeMtt Mew -wk
i fruin m which ao extra o
lo 1Dlman fares ears
Nnl r .n 38. N T .
8t. Augustine to iaw gok
via Atlantimelostae OiA
Pullma rnel of Pur aare
Sit. r an fre os chag ed
All tranr.,o Dao y.
.. .. .... L1fniii't..aO .........rP.W...2....iirJ*,,A;
I ................ C e.rj'rl.e.. ....... .......Cksi ia
8e9 ; ......... ....... ..7 l4s4 V ... ...V. Ias3-100W I sawT
....... .... ........yMAY.. .............. D iy h: 5if 7st S 4 ,Aii SO s Ar............?i 1an M 4a 9 *........... vaI V Do 5 p
80...... .... ...8 XJac pk ovle ...... .a.....:............. .yra......A T T
TIp ~pPhi6[iip. Il -a. f. 4Ppi LY ...... ...Kis AAtks Hl. ..........L.... 45pe 5459
mom A Ui NO hi No-"ati Bse 5 ..a 4: ifk Al I 7 pn 1 "'12 94SM
If59 t Qp SW 8 Sq. J Iacksn villeLv h I4.& I 4 L7; 554%,P,11 .a ........... i.J~j............. ip
C"I31Jg'......... O lae ctyJunction ......... .15fa.
fbas Time Tables sh. ow the ,itnei at wh: ila train 4 may lo e tp(U-.,'e I tom arrive arni depait from the sevmmJl stations, but their arrival
or &opaatnrO At tbe tt~ne$ Sst~tU A lU09ot Uara.teo0. & Or daMesth.- CU.'apiy boAsd iWolf reqxpA.ble for any delay or any eoneumagee
kzHIHSULAR AND WOMCIiENAL STEAMSHIP CONkINSUrONS AT 71IAWI
Axli-.%AJ .AU nIasN-4. %L. MIAMI. 31 IAMlI-AVANA LINE--.S.-. PRINCE EDWARD.
I ... ... (SALInGS EFFECTIVE Jan 1:
A A AILnGS JAN. 8to FE :I HAVANA, ave MiamiSundaysand W edneday ....11
l Lesaves ianu Mondays an!i Thaurdays*...... 11 3 A r ri-ve Havana Mondays and Thnrsdays.... S0p
AU IrrivNae..u Tuedaya "d Friday* .y. C epi. C u#Leave Havana Tuesdys and Fridays.........12St
a'I Ia NlamilnyWednelayaandrtatnedays 2..Up! ( Arrive Miami Wednesdays and a rs.. 5bio
NP Arrive Miaml Thursdays and ndys 5tt'( 'AMI.KKY WK.r i.*INK.-4. N. CITY Oe" KEY WEST.
BAIUINGS FER 4 to MARCH bl: SAILING4 FIrxrIVK Jan. 14:
ALeave Miami Mons We and ri 2.....2 P KEY WEST, Le.ve Miami Mona.. Weds. and PrI ........11 p
Arrive Nassau Tues., 'Thurs. and Sate ...... < Arrive Key West Tues., Thun and Sat.... 2
Inds. Leave Namoa Tues.. Thaut and ata ...... oup Florlda. I Leare Key West Tues., Thus. and hats ..... 8
Arrive Miami Weds.. s. and bu ...... C oe t ArrinvelmiWeds.. Frisaand wuns......G.. 5
WI.L be oNG e day aIN A 1: aary.
Will be on wme days and hours as far January.
For copy of local tim.s card address any Agent.
3. D. ANMERt. Aest. Gent. Pass. Agent.
Beene In the Vahleyw des'
OR" of iis4'awv"Img Wafhip
WASWM% be cruafec a"
The Speer Wine Company,
Passaic N. J.,
have their vineyards stocked of the
same grape, the only vineyard of
the kind in this country, the vines
were imported and planted here
over forty years ago. The Speer
Port wine and Burgundy are now
regarded the finest in the world,
their rich, full body and high
character is unexcelled. In.
valids, weakly person., especially
females, and the aged are made
strong and vigorous by its use, as
a medicinal wine it has no equal;
as a family wine it has no super-
ior. First class physicians all over
the country, here and in Europe,
who have tried them recommend
them as the best.
A close study by physicians on
the effect of different brands of
wines on the system convinces
them of the superiority of the Speer
Passaic wines for their patients.
Sold by Druggists and Grocers.
PTO bm 3b aAeagusco-
A b r igarily Wesrate 19 y
-fitei rg- eBau uefouws Term. Pa
zqmi; usea memahajL r be uorsls.
a s,"..w.. W
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
LEY'S Honey and Tar cures coughs
S1 and colds, hoarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe.e ven
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are prevented cases, are al-
by Foley's Honey and ways relieved by
Foley's Honey and
Tar. Asthma and Tar, and in the early
consump- stages it cures them.
. The proof that it has done these things
IIs on file with your druggist We guaran-
tee it to do all these things.
Note: There Is nothing "just as rl'nd" or ")Jst the same" as
Foley's Honey and Tar. although there are substitutes on which
dealers make more profit.
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guaranteed.
5old by Dr J t1 Jones
of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
ali the DEGULATES the Uver, Stomach and Bowels,
People a Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.
Suffer URES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
from a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Diseased Every Ble arteed to iShe SatisfuIe.
Li e rJA.XwXYaN, w *aaj.Xa x043
* Liver, Pit o.oCent, s.
For am p IWO
A. W. PMTE ASO%'.
m W. Bay SL,
C. H. MALLORY CO..
JACKSONVILLE aad NEW YORK
Calng at Cbmarta, .C., bothewaj
THE FIMEST STEAUIlP IN TIE SSASIWS SER
The Clyde New England and SNther LiUns.
Direct Service Betwo
JACKSONVILL,. oOT*NJ AN PgWO@VYIJ C3*
AND ALL AST POINTS.
Calling at Chariestoma Both Ways.
SoutbbouMd .......................................FrM iLewies W r, ]IS"
Northbund........................ .from feat Oatd a -o t, i.ah.l.tumS
CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINL
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS, BxIsIVf U), ALm)
BLUE SPRING8 and Intermediate Landings on ST. JOHN8 RIVEL
STEAMER "Cty ofJacksonvill
CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
18 APPOINTED TO SAIL A8 FOLLOWS:
Leaves JackseMville 3.30 p. m., Sodays, Tuesdavs ed Thersdays.
Leaves Samfoer 9:30 a. M., Mndays, Wateedayas e Friday.
Read down SCHEDULE Read up
Leave 3:30 pm JACKSONVILLE Arrive 2.00 am
"' 8:45 pm PALATKA Iave 8-00 pm
3:00 am .........ASTOR 2:30 pm
4:30 am................................ST. FRANCIS 1.00 pm
...... BERESFORD (DELAND) 12:00 n'n
6:00 am .BLUE SPRINGS....... 11.00 am
Arrive8:30 am SANFORD 9:80 am
General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Pas. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
19 State St.. New York. 204 Went Bay 8t., JadnegkDle, Fa.
THOS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. 8upL
i Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksoevile.
JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
THEO. 0. EAGER, Wr. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Manager. General Agents,
Chesebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.
St. Louis and Chicago
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
PO JAMES F. LAUND Schedule Effective Feb. 3. sotalMOuND
P by JAMEs .F. BA"D. SL Lou,.o, N ,No.4_1I No.2 No. 1 I No. 8
Sold- --.x wjp-pI :10lpm 8:30 am Lv..........Jackmonville (A. V. & W.) ..... ....Ar '10p 7 80 am
Sold by Dr J M Jones 11:35 pm 11:55 am Ar.............Vaidosa (A. V. & W.).........Lvl 4:45 pm 4:10 am
4:10 am 5:05 pm Ar...............Macon (G. 8. & F.)..............Lv,11:15 am 11:18 am
7.25 am 8:10 pm Ar.................Atlanta (C. of (.) ................Lv 8.00 am 7:50 pm
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry. 1:00pm 12:30 amAr............hattanoog (W.& A.)............Lv 4:05am 300pm
N H L H T O A S .S 6:35 pm :35 am Ar...........Nashville (N.'. & St. L.)...........Lv 10:55 pm 9:30 am
6:25 anm 7:24 pm Ar...................St. Lonis (I. c.) Lv 8:36 am 10:15 pm
d 7:25 pnm 7:00 am Lv.......... Nashvillt (N. ('. A. St. L.)......... Ar 8:35 pm 9:05 am
11:47 pm 12:10 pn, Lv .Martin (1. C.) Ar. 3:55 pm 5:15 am
Wes10:50 am ..tern & AtlanticRa.....road...... Ar ................. higo (. < ................. L ............. 6:1 p
Western& Atlantic Railroad. 7: pm :4M am, Lv................ Nas hville (L. & N.)...............Ar 10:42 pm! 8:3.0am
VPII. FL EFR12:50 am 9:-54) ai Ar..............vansville (L.& N.) ..............Lv! 6:35 pm; 3:15; am
SI XIE F LYER RO U E T :15 am 5:30 pm Ar .............. 'hicogo (C. & E. I:)..............Lvl am 700 pm
DOUBLE DAILY TBINS TO --No. 4-DIXIE FIYER. canrriw through Pullmaln Bufetl Slepers between Jack-
NASHILLE TO sonville and St. louis, also between Jacksonville and Chicago v% Martin, and
MEMPIIIIS. Illinois centrall R. R., making direct connewtioun for all point in the West and
O1N ANo. 3-DAY EXPRESS. carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepenr between Jack.
IN thrINNATTI sonville aud Chicago, via Nashville, Evansville and Chicago & Eastern Illinois B. R.
Carr/inj throvigh Pullmnn lestibued qfet Sle/prr8 J arkw,nmrille to St.
Lomi. and.Chirago, withit han,,e. (hoire (f Rote. All correspondancc promptly answered end t.eping Car Bertns reserved. Will o glad
For information relative to rates, schedule. et., or for sleeper reservations, writeto meet passengers at detoot in Jacksonville or my oftee. 221 West Bry Street. Drop so a LinB
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. PasH Agent, TOM M1. I)YLE, Fla. Pae. Agent, WALTER HAWKEI, Gen'i Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla, J. C. Hamn, General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn. H. BHtTO, Trafic Managr, Savanmak, G
- I I 1m w
! .. w
go. 18. CMua gd fled I9w d
( ally except Muodiy .
OUa0 go to St. Anzastine
vi, Cincifnati. Chattanooga
and Atlanta. Cupoet I ex-
clusively of Pullman Ocars