4 ..V -
r~ '~y~a J
~ '~i~ ~.
ud ,*we Wequt afkw,
-fr I~ S wwn
u~u hnA~d w~% 100
~otie le *65
k nmr~dth adeby
~.T~' ac~%4tor10 ~50
Jo R. HILL.
Beach ~ ~ C~ Ib* paCa h otOf c
eL T.COIMR IntCO.* qv'
AA Mm a aftm bhew a
Anb mman -
Oeumd Fancy GrocriPtFrahFruits,
Agma forW. L Dogm' sew
Sima heanYothe rkets
~~ mm OUOR ANG NNEMMM d SOUTHBRIDGE.
7 mhasmes a^|ee 6w e
aon & od ow f s
Dootn* so aof y 4 m +ar
bow ft U be.
DoBotdre k yo oaupfrom tiM point
b 0of wool, Imathombi te bsi.
.ms wheb -n eTy -asosoft&
by A tby, ts hweblesobsm ar -as
A pepr whe
Do not ip your pwpperon o the ic
At eams AMD aW.lm
Do mot empy every drop of soup frnm
your plate. .
Do mat drink youm soup from the point
of your spoon, but'from the .Iu".
Do not put salt or pepper on th side&
of your smp plate. Inl fet, ia Framasit
b bd form to ever take salt or pepper
whemidA out, sit h Icomimed -s
sa l-imuaton that the cook has not
favored the food properly.
Fmr h do not e a d-ssrt ktlle in-
46 lt It
dgasear u s 0 nvom..mi.
Vm -iam il pp ashma. lt wm
w-- eeed tap 7 sdeark
md aimuans eof a*e posen Im emo
fa nd. soad appee o7-
Oe- 6au -d, for f -oWve ma
Met waea ord"Td paid.
AI-- lr- i-o nm il t -ab.
M at eM poiM betwm thet dl
hoam wad th* soath bridge, wm rnd
ad lid on the shelf for further coMder.
Meswe Wm. Eick and George Ditman
handed in a co--%uk tHie o@riag to
farUimh marl whre r wanted atsvewl
center per eubic yard. Alderman Rx
moved that the commnopiation be placd
on flea hethouoghtafuU board should
be present when the matter is eonasd-
ered. Alderman Behmidt made a second
I tead of the ash knife. If there be oa sh to the motion and it carried. A motion
kaMe, me a small crust of your bread, was then made that the meeting be ad-
but leave that piece of crust on your journed till Wednesday evening.
plate. Do not eat it afterwards, as so wsnIM AY nvmIe's amONs
many people do. The sessio Wednesday was called to
Do not be dalnty or fringe your plate order by President Bingham; Alderman
with bits of meat. Eat what you can. Schmidt, Wicking, Foster, Atwood and
and put any skin or bone on the edge of Rix were present. J. Humphry was al-
your plate in one heap which move lowed 837.50as salary for March. Jeese
dowa from the edge when you have E. Longe was present and asked that the
fnaihed, valuation on;a small tract of land owned
Do not crumble up your table napkin, by him west of the railroad be reduced
If yen are only a guest for the day do from $140 to $40. The council debated
not fold It up, but if you are staying on the matter and granted the request.
and in a quiet household fold it up. If The matter of the request of the Hal.
you are staying in a big house, where ifax River Yacht Club which was laid
everything is done "en grand prince," over at Monday evening's session was
do not fold it up. Just place it on the taken up and it was decided to let the
table when you leave, as in rich estab- matter stand until plans were submitted
lishments there are clean table napkins to the council,
every day. Oscar Michel had in a bid for furnish-
After eating it is well before you drink ing marl at 65 cents per cubic yard. As
to wipe your lips, otherwise you leave a the council had not asked for bids noth-
smeary mark on the glass. ing was done with the communication.
Do not sip liquids and bolt food. Dr.Bennett stated that an agent of the
Do not masticate or swallow audibly. State Board of health requested him to
Do not pile your plate with food, or ask the council to pass an ordinance
grasp your knife, fork or spoon as if it compelling all citizens to be vaccinated,
were a weapon of warfare. if such an ordinance was not already in
Do not crumble the bread by your side, existence. An ordinance was found cov-
or drain your glass to the last drop. ering the case which was passed last
On the other hand do not be affected. year.
and act as if an appetite was a crime, The committee consisting of Mr. Green
drink as if you were a dicky bird and and Mayor Ludwig, who was appointed
hold your knife, fork and spoon as if at the previous meeting to interview res.
they were redhot needles. idents of Ridgewood and ascertain if
they would be willing to pay one-third
Changes of t tk r. I C. anwar. of the cost of rebuilding the street in
g front of their respective places, reported
The following changes in the schedule that they had met with great success.
of the Florida East Coast Railway have The mayor stated that Mr. Shants
been made: would furnish the city with electric lights
Trains 15 and 16 (Chicago and Flor- if the city would give him a franchise for
Ida Special), between Jacksonville and J0 years. A committee consisting of
St. Augustine, were discontinued on Messrs. Schmidt, Wicking and Rix was
April 6th. appointed to confer with Mr. Shants and
Trains 98 and 99, night trains between they were empowered to call a public.
Jacksonville and Miami, were discon- meeting to enable the citizens of Daytona
tinued on April 7th. to voice their sentiments in the matter.
The following trains will be operated The street committee was authorized
tri-weekly between St. Augustine and to have Mr. Mansfield put out 100 yards
New York, leaving New York and St. of shell, to be used in repairing streets.
Augustine. respectively, on Mondays, Mr. Bullard asked that a ditch bemade
Wednesday and Fridays: so as to drain his property, and stated
Train 31 (New York and Florida Spe- that he would bear his share of the ex-
cial), leavingJacksonville for St. Augus- pense. The street committee was in-
tine at 2.30 p. m., runs only on Tues- structed to look after the matter.
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Train 87 (New York and Florida Lim- T.at. .
ied), having Jacksonville for St. Augus- .4
ti atD.m.. runt only on Tuesdays, Rumor has it that the proposed new
Nw I U.Mmu.
Trunks and Val ,Trunk Straps and Ms,
New Goods Just RBeMivld. P P &
Yours to Please.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIiACY,
H a Select Stock of.....
DRUGS FOR PRE
IRACI 8mRrZ mW 03"02 EAVENUE
SCBIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICIN, DmrUmna
SOOMW AND TO T 0APS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Art
R J. M. JONZ, proprisbwe, -a h esmbeud p edmAlm du bew Mm
hour; om l ome SuMada~, 9i0 to lie a. m.; Et; to 4-. t.
Is located on the HadMftz Ire. It eoMMa- a- n M" amW0Ms i viw rI eYiP.
section mad no hter loa1a ma b tmum d I tnhi lW. Dnhf! mmr Me
bounse has bein emlarld by the addition of a wimg th_ the ee mM e
single or .nite. A mew dialroom has beM mblt esl the mt l i
sunny esposurewaMd s In tMl s ha The partor, egT ha. Mad ls m.a h-'
been enlarged. Baths .m lavatories have bhus added wd twrs hi d for oe
comfort and coaivenimee of isl. TIheM hlo i em halnd i lhou rlg. TheOgl
is lnehr0pofoaeompe-t et audit= th WIipeip *l aim of h to
keep the able uPa to tA sualt amen sT.he homes tthee block. agu di
npot, eard omvetto tgo Peoa CMrelmN, ^ mIS, e1 a iswithis a m
ra. whes drvas or ateain.
DOUBL DAILY TRAINS TO
i--_1_ wWiA;-a- PNUmao Vest Jald Buffet Sleepers JacLonrille to St.
Lmis and Chiago without change. Choice of Routes.
r IlrmaAiom relative to rates, schedule, etc.. or for sleeper reservations. write to
SIL. BAMAN, GeL Pam Agent, TOM M. DOYLE. Fla. Pass. Agent.
Atlmta, Ga Jacksonville. Fla.
S. F. 1MITH, Trae Manager, Nashville, Tenn.
1 O@@omO@O**wwwwwwwww *aw ea a--------aaaa..-
Cutter Tower Co
GENERAL AG ENTS.
E. F. BUMPS,
N W[Southern Agent, Macon. Ga.
Vwi bWra.g Perfect Alig5ment
Snpy, Drabily and Spee
4 Price $75.00. a
MIL W A ine loe
O mad Water Colors
Artist's Br e
Fruit and Notions
Private Boardi.ng House.
SfHrs. &.A Gray, t %
AN teet Cars Pm the Door.
E .l K S Homey al th- ouh,-,
.m um ang C ,I"r.. edcases, are al-
TaL AsdeaHoyFoley's Honey and
Tar, and in the early
stages itCuares them.
-. prodatadoekhas dm w am
4 l wyer drwggi We guaras-
aft: hassi ethm pIee w -am'r *w he smes w
VeA U, .. Tmr. a~eqmh e.. e su beites.e wMc
R SALV cares piles. It's guaranteed.
SOIdby Dr J frt Jioes
MBR. MAlRY. TROY,LPROPRIETOR.
CMtrally located on Volusia Avenue near the Post Office
md Depot Nife large rooms Excellent table
LANS VeMndahM, Rates $1.50 per day, $7 to
$10 per Week.
I HcbsTo auiFmtm the Ieach PassWthDoor,
MUYm ME, CTTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.
Doebw reSi m C IL Nuibrdun up
IbmadayMr. M mm nowmammal
to thur hmsinc~d I
Mr. a M h WhIo Ift Wedum
for their home O Paris M- Sa.
Mr. I hrmmiMadM J. H. HL L
Oemelad, drove up to BDyrt Wae
A party from the hotel weSdwm
the alt ThBandAy i 2. F.Acpank
The eveMar of Good Friday t
was divad asrvies i Grae Ephi s
Os Tus.day Mm. Dotor DuBoDs a
Mim DuBois dove upto Damymm
Mm. lFeNh md daghsker, who hb
qpmet the wuter with mb, Itfor t l
Sunday Mm. Hiter arrived f n
Goderiekh. Canada, ad tyig w
her hb~aad at the Har4mam Bome.
Sunday was E ater day and On
debMch was mnt -beauhuty d erm
and Mr. AroMl pried ed a very elhS
Saturday Mr. and MsM. M. J. toeki
started for their home i Charlevo
Mich. They have Mbeempeading the w
ters here for assrly 0 years.
O Wedmsdar Mr. and Mrs. Joe.
Whit e and their so, Phlp md hb bw
and little daughter left arther horn
Ojea Grove, N. J., where they owna
have eoadaeted for may years a lar
and popular hoteL
We drove out to Mr. J. Yelvingt)
and found them busy as they could I
;They picked last Monday 73 quarts
strawberries and took them to marks
From there we drove to Mr. A. F. Cha
dier's. Mr. Chandler had gong to Ne
Smyrna, no we did not have the pleasm
of seeing him, but Mrs. Chandler and tl
children were at home and gave us
most hearty welcome.
IHotlly HIl News.
so* .****s.Aees SO0 09
The Rev. Mr. Martin arrived on Moi
Amongst our visitors this week we
Mr. and Mrs. Clark and the Mise
Early in the week the owners of th
launch "Yankee Doodle" invited a part
from here to go up the Tomoka. Th
day was bright and warm, and all thoi
roughly enjoyed the trip. They county
14 alligators; most of them quite large
and brought home some teeth from on
that had been shot some weeks ago
The party remehedlome at 4 p. m., mue
pleased with the boat, the scenery am
t ie trip gnerally.
A wheeling party, consisting of Mrs. A.
Carter, Mrs. J. M. Dillon, Mrs. W. H.
Heath and Messrs. Geo. Harris and J.
M. Dickinson went on Wednesday to
Port Orange, making a slight detour to
view the "Big Tree," which is certainly
quite worth seeing, and well repays one
by its grandeur for all the difficulties to
be overcome before it is reached. For-
tunately for our party the door of the
packing house was unfastened, so there
was no barbed wire to encounter. Be-
fore returning our party rode or pushed
as far as the "old sugar mill," which is
also quite worthy a visit. The old ruins
itself is very picturesque and the vegeta-
tion around so luxuriant, and the glen
beyond the mill reminds one of the
Kentish lane. It was a most enjoyable
afternoon and a pleasant ride, the road
to Port Orange being in good condition
for the cyclist, and the run back can
easily be made in 30 minutes.
slowAre Yaw NLsgmC
M.hm ~ C.'
AIrmh~ws I qb
emadim Sep Is mad US. f
it. F, TOMPSON
SiAiern fee MLw
L *V.~1 j
Bfelabe for mmqsr of wl
dee we wish noopuI dhis vh
I your ed b O.K. Imb aw
aby, Khdy give goodp hi wb
rrit u. THE A.T. MOW=WnOUL-
ALF HOUSE, ClAiMtoL Oli. 1Dn.
rated estaloge 4 eet stamps.
BOOT and SHOB MAfKU
-Raruem s Rpairing a qmdIW.-
(orth BeachOt., mz to IbafPot Bnr
Wm. WuWzgo4. Mmanow.
Made from Dfistd Water.
-agm--t Avinme dind Rsalsed
P. 0. COUNT,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
'Repairing neatly done. Cottage
Ave., near Beach fit., Dayt-ma, Fh.
F. W. SAMS Prepatmor
ites: $2 and Upward; Spesial to
9W s3ru IRA. rLORIDA
8. H. MOSELEY. Proprietor.
s now open for guests. Cemtmy lo-
ted, fronting the Halifax River. Three
x ks from depot. One block from pest
ce. This house has be newly plas-
ed and painted.
W 'sj~r g
Cabimat Maker amind
Fancy Weed Worker.
oors and Window Sreens, Picture
ildiags made to order. All kinds of
niture Repairing domeoashort notice
Cottage Avenw, DATOrrA, FlA.
- -:*. -
mile ssWlb a%a 4
sops sm umm
- I -
y s eaS e as^Cw tg
ri k. -
Florida East Coast
crAso Ae sampW .28@
ADm orders ptl*W:Sr i.
OICE m, OTT'INGU WORKS.l M"M P.r C. .y statib,
J. P.THNASv Pepiwr.
Rough and DressM d f e. Cypfts,
- --~ w~
A Fast Comfortamblaamh for
Charter to any Polt.
Hi Grade Tasm bn a am..
--- rads mmiaWK- m '.
MuiE&mdto oma. hr Sis and
ONpaPaints hr 4 md upward&.
bmkme &dd b at moomme5ab s-
Cotft msAe., raw ofitHroo@l.
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE "
-- -------- seesse 668660906"es
O IRMMEW A
VAT=Now be* md iwdamwetasanmd
L st bw uatwt 7 Om t m Of Mum.J. A. Dha
~ ~ ~ o dodwu-is
4Wb hmfrV qpas, MvS imbu
im. 0em feha.Lm
imdA yeg--i- fZ6 Weak ad %o .
-. ak t Oa w pwmat "W oo
iO-r a Sea Ongase Fri-
ft -d1 b week to the entire
de a pmmat. Vqcal and
Suaa will be redered
-b twaft ta. a Admimiom5 center.
*b YdfiaCuMm was wellen mw for in
t o M laem t State Loboator.
SDa s am ervas on the M o wigf
ad ahmeuihrk ove tS akem and Major
Sian elarm iof the court house.
0. i s 1* )twie. Mich., died
u off 8' Mr. bpargi was a very
.pe-t m-a honla f vibinity and was
in ~sd oi th town now
* obee i ,ri m.Qe. C.M.BrmaghanJr. went
O W A dewa to hNw Syraa Monday and pre-
pami-- a t smalm for shipment to his
-. o--4m .
W. in Vh people of Daytona, at least those
lOwwe e appae Wly in a position to
Sjmow what they ae talking about, say
tj n f -
is dthat a
bt biot mfu -wat nU4
uatmI'~m AItbl bm. vo
~~ ~mr. fa#e
agbnrvW wlb mawi
a% uwbas onna L I eL
1% &V Ww~a good u-jim
F W"-M_ o t su kA s a. .
- B -0 =OR @@NO$ "Dii
am" U, no a.60aD.O" PRO-
6i00 &Was* c
od a.b Ipwat aThewc
N. barn Mr.wIL
*a ee sheO07
~d with badO
thattbe automobile line between their
tw pd DeLand, is sure to materialize
the next lew months. The own-
lf these vehicles have done a remark-
M a business i Daytona, and on
am thi year. aad i& paid better to run
!ah machime. there than to establisbthe
qrov.ountry line. The vehicles in Day-
toambaveearned as sa average, morn
Ma $35 per day e&e.Two mawhiman
am being constructed at the factory,
d-I-ed especially for the cros.countqy
trips, sad whem these are completed, mad
t* road put in condition. the "line" will
be put in operation, and if the traffic jus-
SUM fit, two trips each way will be made
daiy.-DeL- ad Supplement.
i Nature's Cue for rest;
and the man who does not
take sufficient time to sleep
or who cannot sleep when
hes makes the effrt, is
w out his nervous
and consuming his
vital power. Dr. Miles'
Nervine brings sweet,
soothing, refreshing sleep.
Do't another night
pass. Get it to-day.
m.a adMggig so wham I wa
awith i a fw yea age
Im.k. UeM eL I have not bam
I L- HOsaa MiiMadb Wi&.
miJ^Kim OftnVOa we> wow
b wtoe wea e& tos lim
h- 1 Mh toMslimf ehis toe
Ual UHwnry 1 1 wha e b
i- the wd o I at '0 Paifto
td sIueay & her bore am t
whav a oebout .
..0a.-. a. eo0s -alytwo eemt
'00 Wd a odn*. 4ehCabo-t nk. ofNi
C4 Oft W 6b Manm -a
Pm1 Itw t0o a lthe ei of the eabi
a* At pa e was SVe ereat, excep
em bang to asolu. 'Thk cmse
Mae PHmloino an d it was decided t
a wek sinee one of the flnues
properW on idewood belonging to
E.N. Waldron was sold to Adam Shants
Mr. Shants proposes to organize a stock
company among his Dayton friends
ad uet a large first class hotel, for
which this property will make a beauti
fal1 location. Mr. Waldron expects to
build a new house on his lot north o
"Tle Oaks." in the immediate future.
Is ro Bh1h l of Its eOrs by
# the h that the best med-
Sgauthories state that it
Is a cable dbisea; and
one of the hppy things
about it S, that Its victims
dy ever lose hopL
Yi nbm wh a lws of I us d h at
ddim, wely may that K Wm
wI* ad lh lnbwa of hoed
*a" am- nouish and
Tts a lt1h it can
N #o of I. M
Ihm peranmuntly cured of
0 c wear nwas dowa la Ormond
a. uane wP Wsall os w 1W
U day a, whsew Mr. MUdWE m -a
* for the suma er.
A D. A. lodge* will eatertai ths
a in honor of aher ater, Ma. a
Porehe~r, o cfIe "L
S. P. Shepherd, maywroeWiater Park, ,s. ., N'one
Fla., was in town the rt of the week. It menie sO a Mai anMems
SHe was accompanied by his son, F. W. W. ~" ae a1.
4 Shepherd. A | po s iewei waft
SProf. &L W. Prouty, director o c e do&d-o a
Souesatra that furnishaee mae for the 6 ..* se
R Blyal Victoria at Nasau, stopped oR at t madA 10 10MM
Daytona a couple of days this .week. A h ni M* r; eM
E. J. MRl moved into-his new barber Am smaMobth r-dme as-
And imm ml I&M
shop Thursday morning, anad the old a mis s sonsm
t building has been moved on the lot ad- s h asimma memo. .
0 joining Mrs. Douglass' milinery store,J ai Wa erl r tmei tI an yea
L on Magnolia avenue. I SseO ta RI M
k f m 't iM it. ehWa, I mw
A Attorney C. H. Spencer was over to o ~Its hit Mm tIbe
r DeLand last Saturday. He repaesnted a d .iW: wrs aon bls
- the city in the case against Wm. McGriff i Too hst 1nm- o ata .s
D in the Circuit Court. We' have not mu b em68 Na-"
f learned how the case was decided., and 3 a 2 lo -sh.-s esl lmd
(Ow, n -W mm).
Landlord Chamberlain of the Palmetto IM a* mei l .ma abll
took his first vacation of the season rdI used ei. dak d d
~e :t am6- b Mied me-owi
and went down the river fishing. We w* ft "m ft t a
understand he was obliged to procure an Tom ilme mw el a **y7.
extra boat to bring all of his fish back. 4Ia S6l 1W6k
The last Big Four dance of the seri es
was given at the Opera House Tuesday MW t a t Mei p0 asi t,
night. The attendance was not as large huas F ymewrU1l4
as usual but all present thoroughly en* ow W Mse6 M.m
joyed themselves. -A-ma ldeaisna
A regular meeting of the Palmetto Tsyer sw.
Club was held April 11. The program for Thur M dM Sin h~
the day consisted of three very interesting S.*aWS N
papers. Mrs. M. De C. Williams gave a sit 1**0 godo bowt
description of the wonderful formation 1 10 r0qIid emh 01. 110
AMd the m e ps aw aI "
aud beauty of Yellowstone Park. Mrs. wme ams the~ tmU i at s a
OBury on Niagara Falls. Mrs. Anna nHer to dnm i the d I
They hued hiand Owwod mh
J(ones on American Inventions. After a e M m Wo s all their dmm
short recess reports of committees were Be W an ll th d to t*1f-.
given. Mrs. Merrel was elected Record- Th ey d bim I hdue U* .
ing Seretary. Constitution and by-laws ln his yosth made m ey a p
were revised. A vote of thanks was rhm he d t tto tO a m lm
t ,ndered Mrs. Newton for her kind dona- Theo they ent him of to eshee.
tion of a President's chair. Andtheir Ih%11 f f ll P r;:
Be bad muigty Mdim as shim.
And his chet m dep md ide,
9t they'd Mbuilt a IMMe tof 1d M
Notice of Dissolutleo. That w doomed. 410 ta oa.
lad their eyes am n d with 1wepi
q0 T And their cup me fell d il1
Daytona. Flu.. Mar-h 30, 1901. ek their 1opes, t1ir plW m MwsE.
By mutual consent the partnership of no a moeet oPoneld them al-
SMorrison & Smith is this day dissolved, PWIn
(v. N. ,Smith r'tiri;ig. 1). F. Morrison -M m's midl.
cont inues th' ehusiness. nsauming all in-
delitedness of the old firm. All out-
standing accounts due said firm are to be'
paid to D. F. Mor-rison
SI1). F. MORnISO:
(. N. SMITH J
G.ades. med C. C. C. N sao dM sb Id,
I.Iraq Wm, Uadftat IrLm
Pure Juices from Nat
REGUlTES the Uver, Sta
SCleanses the System, Pudri
CURES Malaria, Biliousness,
Weak Stomach and impai
Evry lottl Sgnmteed to 6io"
Price, O Centa
Prepared by JAK:S F. BAULARD.
BY LAND AND SEA.
to New York. Boston and
.M 4TUB FAR SO~fmL.
Th rD w
*.LCXm~ 3MCoMM THS FLAO1DA
6 l&V EClIM ... I'IIIE
SL Louis4 Vo.
Sold by Dr. J. M.James
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.
THENCE via Palatial Expreu Steamships from :SAVANNAH.
SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections withlNew York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines-
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing ahliedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedules. stateroom reservation, or iall on
W. H. PLESEANTS. WALTER HAWKINS,
Trawe Manager, Gen'l A;zt. Tniffic li)eartment,
New Pier 25 North River, New York. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida1
J W WILKINSON, Agent. Daytona, FIa
bee a gu~ -
-. mI I v womm
um a t- 4b w%
"sa n" t abLo lbsof -
UK tbbim abat aS h~ b
them there an re vm- -g
pu-u-a her wbm be am f
and wbrn bo.r n inEbI*0
It' buum ow O
*0 you bwa M--
with lbmskflhm w (ar Minb a b aut l
wi~ythe firism adoumi.W~m Ibo ae ublnk
wi Lb ueabs.Ss We." A 3 ll.
SMGOOMahama AVe.. M1dob PI
@rwMum* ausm n"sm 14W6 -
1 ImL eM UlUV1 WI I lIs IT I Be .t known that six months after the pub-
h oe maes-Uiaon ( 5m l s creation of thil nillee as suso theaifter a- 1
mThdeal??l 2ss ? athv 'an be heard. I %hall spply to the Sm. J. iee
Florida Citime(4thea)-011wets ooe1slkstsi ^ County J'idwe of Vollusla Countr
September T. Thi conolidated pavper In sr ,cminy r, m n Vag agu o
rad from doveber to June by poao from Florida, for mv final discharge as gmardian of
more states thaa ay other aper lma the United the pertnn ard estate of Nora V. llaines. be-
States on the day of amublicatia. thersl be fore marriage Nora V. Jac'on. at which time
aoeused m as advertising mredim li the 1 hall prent all my voucher. making my
Sefi. bmil- scircullt ia inv 'nMok e fial a '-ounting and ask fo isnch 4lseharge.
n osesr a oG.Ma. WAu..C (Gusrdi n Aforenaid.
is~f Daytot.a, Fla.. April 13 1901.
S THE SEMI-WEEAL.NoIYC.
I lNotice Is hereby given that on the 18th day
M f May A. D. 191', or as soon thereafter as I ea
ItUfIt N I l be heart I will apply t. Hon. Minor. Jona,
Their ems-Weekly Times.'.%ased Onlte m Judgeofth te CSirvet Court of 8 kventli
in the best eem-weekly Vr ..r blisJoied Judicial Ciircutit at itrusille. Florida, hor 8a
Mo thamStaest for' r a -i: coa order to tell at private or pub Ic sale the fol-
lowing real estate, located at Melbmlie. to
cBrrv.rd County. Florlds. and deeribed as
Sto lows: Government lo
four (4) of ect.on three 13) and Governmmt
its tatseewabftea msad fll; it emprig loti two (2) and thr.e (3) of Section ten (.
teeSigr.lindismbetAfrom & lPatris of Ow All tit to"wthip twenty-ninu. (2) soultof
'oworldor tottbour hoft soltto It range thirty-eitlht (:WIc) east. Contaioling two
Cand instra c're. l att auare toi do hundred and forty-six 1246) acres, more oless.
matters iaii to them ad houeeoh. kLIABT1dji HA RIS. dxeoutrix
1 all thequaitis at a newspaea hr t he of Estate of Wa. R. Harris.
family elctea do the bamss ass is It as- This May 3 1901. 47
AG ICULTURAL. e t known that sixty days after the pubU
AR ICULTURAL nation of this notice, the u der ed
Theploratiarmer "drltOfrwer I nuteud to aply to the Leisisature of
h mhbsed brty e Ua Florida when next In aeilom for the lange
baee ba c sioHdaaed with the r Iof an &at whereby that portion of the Town of
| a et fthe Ssmi-Weektly TlI im Ormoud lying east of the midd'e of the chtan-
ad wee. The Old eame bee ne""lod, neul of the ialifax tiver. ball be excluded
and amples- e is ProwIsosto w J to from the torporaic limit, of aid town
aran .l S ef P J (igned) H.B. bawJ. W. VuwmG. M.
t t.. t ao w letzl.i zailace. J. D. Priee.
by a'utb:ia stask the,-do am Dated iarcb I, lIJul.
a r01f *itI fatris sad a s lle Qd
It c nuras do I em n c. m o t
lv Be it known that after sixty days
tTpublication of this notice, the under-
C e a a signed intend to apply to the next legs-
S t iC" Pf 1b M nature of Florida for the enactment of
Add- as* an act regarding tne marking, staking
~ A or buoymg the Hilliborough river in the
AD URaM county of Volusia, and providing penal-
!ts ofor the destruction. removing, alter-
T IH LORIDA ing or maliciously interferif with the
TUIOI Imarks, stakes or buoys authorized by
TI W U such act. (Signed) C. C. BC rowae,
8 JACKSONVILLE. PLA.U E. T. Conrad & Co.. G. W. BIymer, F. M.
Conrad, T. L. Rodgers, Porter R. BaL
r.- aSent, John X. Detwiler.
-ooMh the nerves, nom-
MA the brain, and re-
fiM the entire ogAnian9 .
8ddt V Zamamm
q e- *
Odd by W. t.-
If toobld by weak destlon, loss of
a Wi orIco ,tipatloUtry7afew doo-
- of mhr S ins Stomach and Liver
tbmesh. Every box warranted. For
etb by a sI
B. W. Pala, who has been boarding at
gt Davis House, Midway, made a trip
to iDLand and returned and paid his
b an d dad Dayton good-bye.
"TIEAST TO FEEL GOOD.
Crn-sm thousanls have found a bles-.
slg to the body inDr. King's New Life
Pls. wi* pdat eMcy re Constipation.
ligk Ealseb, Disomess, Jaundice. Mala-
ih Fetr and Agu and al Liver and
MktbNbubbs. Purey vegetable; never
ps or weakm. Onty 35 cents at Dr.
J. M. Jams.
O-mdwaMbexcitement was caused at
Miw h hut Satrday by a lre which
swept mw that h pe of woods north
eI tow. No dam e was dome.
JOB X)ULDNWT HAVE STOOD IT.
If h'dhad IdIteng P&. Ty're terri-
S-amo'ia: but iouklm'sArins Salve
e mm the anwoeomea im noeareh.
it h emad owmads. a& r m uWrts,
Pam or Soft qInm m m lb btebt
manthewerls Pas Ueaftabox
C ~vmaaoed. SMe m t Dr. 5. 4mmr.
ir -w r ama emwmob m m
mi esmbewe amm t~a andI
Wd bim m
bnl-smehee Mls a yoe ety s ama
honlrdn t MlT My-ow am
-bbPt tb them I wdeat s hmowm
getinm im a memh. SO 4.
dmme*tlAb ai sgate to p a sto tLo
ft i muens, bums, -pi s "d
boow yoba kheal you app* as*L-
smm. Prie am awld 0rm 2
as"-6ii r. J.JM M. ,No
&MN I- Rbout Mwmmy rented a
t aWd MBowb that he wo tab
-m gwmum Cgin adm .a....
a"bib w Iml twimSl m on the
'he we 20= w a ltl
Moaled b hei ws ~owVamomgh to
meh mam s vorom and healthy
pmspbohasOmt msa hdSeg d weari-
m ad-hoimd OLof dbponl "Wing
.Ammmtist Ed ispaeln viormand
vift Pddm50 esmtes at Dr. J.M.Join
.r.o~u -your mdmd on Frisay
tm i s. o a bo i to pay for tLe
*sM. Mswamo d tfhom a seat rob-
bee of ym baby's quiet ad health
TMM spem kWtS and lon hours of
VeIme vs aem camsed from terrible
ma d eaood-worms. Destroy
al v them wih wrmw's csaam
vN..u.M&Prim 35v Dr. J.M.Jonm.
Pr f.and M*B3owma make charm-
Sg mbkwih viuoe and piano. Mrs.
aewN o begie son giving musie
ImMes, aImWyoa gngladi would do
wAI eeav aowmtmmmo f her Imastruc-
Fer aeghm and okh there is so modi
shimebs as a maus.,'s nmomin.r
nr,. It is Msl Meal y. Price m5
andM 0 wafat Dr. J.M. 4oes.
Jame lSkUp been out of town but
Ims ntrmd e may stay all anm amer.
sm horid Aft o depesion, melon-
q*, isv qits, and suddenfritab ity,
sA imN I M eves good-tmred
Is.On toge blood be permL
06shviabk bm. HRm" will purify
Ow61 nMaSd -t health and ,erfulms.
Priem O emt. Dr. J. M. Jomins.
SM.edia ,. a member of Stewart
hIl, aImws todWy for Hawthornp,
W dm she meet her husband wbo
hIms b thee for n two weeks.
Th b* O~w
To1mit ther wi be an entertainment
st Odd MFeows hall, Wayeross, given by
tl A. M. E. church.
rvices at the Primitive Baeptg
cdmmk Midway, Sunday follows:
11:0 srmos; 8 p. m., convemaat meet-
i-; 720 p. m., sermon, Lord's supper
and loot washing. Bev. C. F. miam,
bv. C.F. Sam, the pastor of the
Primitiw veptist church, gavean aster
li hmat Moaday afternoon for the
8-day School children. The little ones
weat wild ad had a nice time. Mr. and
Mr.& C. Cromatie, Mrs. Hattie Ander.
soa, Ms. L. C. Cromatie and Mrs. Har-
rit Sam asnisted in making the little
oam happy. The Easter exercises on
Bmdvy afternoon were the best in the
ity. The rally all day netted $43.00.
mk o m 911 011Pi sh saessaem
A TESTIMONIAL FROM ENGLAND
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy the best in the world for bronchitis,"
ays Mr. William Savory, of Warrington
E-glad. "It has saved my wife's life,
she having been a martyr to bronchitis
for over six years, being the most of the
time confnad to her bed. She is now
quite well." Sold by all druggits.
ProL J. E. Bowman took a Civil Ser-
via examination in Jacksonville on
Wedaeday, April 3rd.
A RAGING ROARING FLOOD.
Washefidown a telegraph line which
Charles E. Els, of Lisbon, la., had to r -
pair. "Standing waist deep in icy wat&r
be writes, gave me a terrible cold and
cough. It grew worse daily. Finally the
best doctors in Oakland, Neb., SiouxCity
and Omaha said I had consumption and
could not live. Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholly
cured by six bottles." Positively guar-
anteed for coughs, colds and all throat
and lung troubles. Price 50 cents. Dr.
Daniel Robertson. of Midway is very
sick and has bken for a \eek or mrun'.
CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD.
Marion Kooke. manager for T. M.
Thompson, a large importer of fin
milimery at 1658 Milwaukee avenue, Chi-
cago says: During the late ewver weath.
er I caught a dreadful cold which kept me
awake at nights and made me unfit to
attend my work during the day. One of
my milliners was taking Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for a cold at that time.
which seemed to relieve her so quickly
that I bought some for myself. It au.ted
like magic and I began to improve at
once. I am now entirely well and feel
very pleased to acknowledge its merit.'
For sale by all druggists.
Last Sunday 8. Robertson, Mrs. Ar-
grett Banks and Mrs. Bradley were down
from Ormond and enjoyed Easter at
THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER.
The blood is constantly being purified
by the lungs. liver and kidneys. Keep
these organs in healthy condition and
the bowels regular and you will have no
need of a blood purifier. For this
equals Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. one dose of themn
will do more good than a dollar bottle
of the best blood purifier. Pri.e 253 ).ent1
Sample free at all druggists.
I am sure that our many friends wi I.
be glad to know that the Sunday School
and Epworth League Convention of the
Jacksonville District, Florida Confercnt.
M. E. church will convene in Stewart
Chapel during the month of June. Thi
is the Imrst annual meeting we have had
h kld south of Palatka on the East Coast.
HE KEPT HIS LEG.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan. of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with a
rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poioning set in. For two years he suf-
lered intensely. Them the best doctors ur-
ged amputation, "but he write, "I used
one bottle of Electric Bitters and 1 1-2
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my
leg was sound and well as ever." For Er-
option, Ecaema. Tetter, Salt Rheum.
Sores and all blood disorders Electric
Bitters ha no rival on earth. Try them.
Dr. J. M. Jones will guarantee satisfac-
tion or refund money. Only 50 cents.
spenr, or New jersey, uses Kollers Instead of FeeL
It is from this district the vines were imported over forty years ag
that now fill the vineyards of the Speer Wine Co., at Passaic.
At Passaic the same kind of grapes are crushed between large rol.
lers of rubber, revolved by steam. This is the only place in
this country where the real genuine Port Wine is made from the
Oporto grape-and they are grown right in SPEER'S VINEYARDS.
These vineyards extend over i of a mile along one of the Maia
avenues of Passaic, and comprise fifty six acres. The soil being
rich in iron makes the wine most valuable for Medical use.
SPEEIR'S WINES -
Are well known to be of the highest character, the oldest and most
refi ned ines in America, equal if not superior to any wines in the
world. They consist of Port, Sherry, Burgundy, Claret, Sautermo
Wines, and ** Climax Brandy. Mr. Speer has some Wine in his
cellars that he made over thirty eight years ago. All of Sper's
Wines and Brandy are very old, rich, well rounded, soft and delicate, i
Every family should have a bottle or two of each variety of Speer'w I
Wines and Brandy always in the home, for sickness or family me,
orW Sale k y Dr&vWt .ad Grocers IVW Seo igA Cl&u Wienw,
Try Us On Job Printing.
OUR PRICES ARE LOW, AND
OUR WORK UNSURPASSED.
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STOPPING AT PA
S- SCENE IN A PORTUGAL WINERY,
In the mountains, at the Quinto do Sexio, Portugal, a famous Portl
Wine district where the custom of treading the grapes for Port Wia.
is still in vogue. From ten to a dozen men or women for each gang
in turn continue the treading, day and night, during the four or fiv
weeks vintage. Some of the treading vats are large enough for three
separate rows of ten men each, who with their white breeches well
tucked up, their arms qn each other's shoulders, raise and tread their
feet alternately, with song and shouts to keep the lazier ones up to the
work, and a band with string instruments enlivens the hours.