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v.alm. de.da tem f to ae the n.st practical ad *ura-
Mi ad dMaa d mchimanmd tM t t they wold me nO other,
* hltmmt hm ilor qumatils. T writing is visible without
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nnl F. Southern Agent,
E. F. BUll PUS,
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At their new store bhae
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tape and Fancy Groceries
Hay, Grain and Pro
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I,, A Roll of the Civil War. The Co.mntr W-ookl.
Capt. II. L. Wood, a resident of this The daily papers are all right, if you
place for nearly five yearn, came into the want them; but it is the weekly paper
office last Saturday afternoon with a that advertises your business, your
E8 IN USE. three-inch conical shell in his hand, which socials, your Fourth of July celebrations,
he claimed to be a relic of the civil war. your entertainments, your schools, your
He says he was digging post holes on his churches, your Guilds, your sorrows. ,
glass SloCS property here about three years ago your joys; and it is the weekly paler 9
when he struck some hard substance, that gives you a hundred or more free
n the Mlarket. which upon investigation proved to be a "puffs" during the year, and sYnipa-
shell, and is probably the only shell that! thizes with you in your affliction and
was fired by either side in this neighbor- rejoices with you in your marriage or
hood during the war.. The Union ves- prosperity, says an EastCoast exchange.
eels entered the Haliax river through It is also the weekly paper that mentions
and SOUTH BRIDGE. Mosquito Inlet,and had a brush with the the thousands of items along thle East
-------- ee Confederate troops at both New Smyrna Coast you are interested in during the
and Port Orange. The Confederates re- year; and it is the weekly, home ipptr
treated beforesuperiornumbers, but took that helps to 4uild up your town and
** O their women and children with them and county, and assists in bringing settlers
put them on the road to St. Augustine. here, which adds considerable dollars to
When approaching this locality the Yan- the exchequer of the merchants. Tlie
Skees fired one shell from their launches weekly paper gets plenty of free work,
0 into the dense hammock, and this must but it wants advertisements and job
S&0 be that identical shell, for there is no work intermingled, so that a few dollars
e other way to account for its presence may come in to "keep the mill running."
in the place where it was found. Mr. Just think it over, reader.
Wood presented the rusty relic to Major
[SO N P Bingham. IT SAVED HIS LEG.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., suf-
SHUDDERS AT HIS PAST. feared for six months with a frightful run-
SI recall now with horror," says Mail ning sore on his leg.but writes that IBuck-
Be SCarrier Burnett Mann, of Levanna. 0.. len's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five
S "my three years of suffering from kidney For ulcer wounds, piles, itf the
0 trouble. I was hardlyever free from dull days. For uin the wounds, piles iar than-
Saches or acute pains in my back. To teed. Only 2. at Dr. J. Jones'.
stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan.
S I felt tired, worn out, about ready to
give up, when I began to use Electric Bit- Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Each and party,
ters, but six bottles completely cured me comprising MAm. E. J. Wright, Mrs. Jan-
( e and made me feel like a new man." They ette Wright, Miss A. Sprague and Miw;
are unrivalled to regulate stomach liver, Carrie Stratten, left for their Ohio homes
kAvn11* kidneys andbowels. Perfect satisfaction Tuesday.
guaranteed by Dr. J. M. Jones. Only 50
cent. DR. LOYAL FORD'S DYSPEPTICIDE
J. L. Worthy was down from Ormond Is the new and perfect cure for indiges-
1- r" Friday of last week. This is Mr. Wor. tion, dyspepsia, constipation, heartburn.
P rim i n g thy's twentieth winter in Florida. He sick headache, and all ills from poor di-
expects to return north the latter part gestion. It makes the stomach right.
SPAS= of this month. Dr. J. M. Jones.
DR. J. M. JONIE, proprietor, can be comeulted proaeIssinaly d-rUdulrng
hours; office hours, Sundays, 900 0t1 10:80 a. m.; 2:80 to 4:80 p. a.
-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
Is located on the Halifax River. It command a most attractive view in every 4kr-
ect ion and no flnpr location can be found is "vicinity. During theim mer a
louse han been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south sd, the rooms are
mingle or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
sunny exposure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, ofsee, halls and rotunda haw
Ie-n enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been addedad everything done for the
vomifort and conroenience of guests. The hall is one hundred feet log. T#Cuisl
is in charge of a competent chef and it is the especial aim of the mar t to
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house is three block ne f the -
pot. and convenient to the Post f09m Churchee, Schoolste. and is within a mile
of the oean with its maguilceut beach for wheeling, drivif or autoig. Rates
2".50 per cay. $10.00 per wek and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
We are Headquarters on4*..
Feed -- Grain.
MASON & WALL CO.
Third Building South of Postote.
" *; *..
mkmmk sere" a" seem
r and ar e am
w l I a bw h ours to a '
-- Wees aosoe the wu"ry Jat
S asemag e A tous gatMrt to le op fo lp, ap eo-W
Ss am now ing by Jacsovilleas Jaeksoaille has done by others. The
.T eme4t gturyp amdse.rye INloafouos,N1o matwr how aO"l it
Soaybe. i.othm caa o be sa uted, and the a'ther 0pewe" Compa have
ame..s athatthey Wil.giadt. transport anything coo ed to the BWeef Corn-
The following are the amounts subscribed by Daytonians:
Moore Brtm 91000 Geo. Watson 500
nob't L.8mith.............. 100 Mrs. Mary E. Wilder........ 500 a H t .
H.F.Douglasse.................. 250 RUiav.Coe 100
blgam & Maley.............. 1300 J. B. Moore. 500
Larumee Thompson......... 10 00 Geo. H. Ludwig 5 00
Eve q Clark 500 Halifax Steam Prit.Ho'se 10 00
Geo. H. Clark 10 00 A. Benedit 5 00
Neville Clark 500 S. H. Mose 100 AND
J. .Jo 500 J. R. Hill 2500 NEW-U A -
Christian Endeavor......... 25 00 C. A. Birchwood 800
Dail Tbb 50 V oHouseFORD TI......AND AT........ 00 T
Dr.E.C.Atwood .............. 2500 W. F. tille, Jr.,& Co......... 500 () OXF KO 1 T AINA PATT % P
Jamen Ris 5 00 Wmin. Atwood 1000
ptekF oo.s r 2500 Jan.H.Cook 2Soo LEATHER SLIPPERS. Me
Joe Osborne 500 H. W. Alien loo
SLR. Waldron 1000 R. I. Hatch 1 oo
Fank T. Peck 2500 F. L. Corwin 1 oo
B. Maon 200 J. P. Thomas 1 oo
Mrs. J. ~. Higgins............ 2 00 Otto Wehner 1 oo
AdAmV t 10400 W. J. Bethel 1 oo A e ,f A _~,~-
S J.W. W non................ 5 00 H. V. Bracey 1 oo nA f
;F o H. 2500 J.H.Gttmen loo -
H. H. Tbose- 200 Jane (Goodenu 1 oo
Aloum Whit 100 Mrs. Purdy 2oo .to &"'r St ft -L 60 i
C. R. Cox 250 B. N. Stevens. 1 oo W W
Marenussmith................. 5 00 Frank Leach 1 oo
A. McF. Porter 1000 A. W. Guild 1 oo
'Frank Wilson 50 J. L. Lyneh 1 oo
FG.. Feaster.................... 500 Uo. Burka 25
A. lbennett 5 00 TomJohnsou 25
T Tho1. McDaniel.............. 25 Charles H. Una 1 oo VYOUTRS TOA PTRAS
Sila1Mills 100 Peter Dozier 25
W.H. Edmouson..............1 00 J. A. lug 1 oo
W. V..Thomason............... 50 A. Forest loo
J. R.Cole 10(0 H.H. lHough.. loo
8. P. Stillman 5 00 GD. D. Knapp 1 o
Mrs. Wm. Wickiug................ 1 00 1'. Erict5ou o
Mm. E.E. Coleman............ 1 00 J.B.Hawk 5 oo
W. H. Parker 100 E. W. Gireeue 5 oo
J. M. Carson 1 00 Mm. E. W. Greene............ 5 oo00
Mrs. F. R. Johnston............ 1 00 Miss P. A. Ring................. 5 oo
Carl Wehaer 150 < H.H.Hoene 2-5 oo
Rachel Brown. 50 Mrs. Buell 5 oo
W. C. Gurney 1 00 0. G. Fleurot. 25 oo
C. H. Spencer 10 00 S. H. Colemau 5 00
Eugene Walstein.................. 50 -C. H. Brush 5 oo
W. G. Hobbm. 200 Bert Shoemaker................ 25
W. H. Jones 1 00 C. M. Binghbna 2 oo
Merchants' Bank.............. 25 00 F. C. Allen 5o
Charlee Lybhch 200 Jas. M.Osborn 2 oo
T. Fred Brown 20 00 Edw. Fitzgerald............ 2 o00
E. T. Conrad & Co ............ 25 00 W. M. thanner. 5 0o
8. E. B 500 J.W. Williams 1 oo
E. C. H 200 G.eFOUNTAIN CITY PHARIIACY,
G. E. M 50 Wm.Roxby 2oo
W. L. McDonald........... 5 00 E. J. Mills 1 oo
Cash 1 00 J. D. Carmichael................ 1 00 CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
Cash 1 00 T. F. Curtis 1 oo
Cash 100 Mrs. J. M. Jonut............... 2 oo
J. H. Niver & Ion............. 5 00 8. W. O'Brien 5o Has a Select Stock of.....
G. Thompson 1 00 C. W. Arnold 5 oo
J. C. Butler ....................... 1 00 L. A. Cross 2oo DRUGS FOR PREonPTION8, PATENT MEDJCINU, RUUU,
S T.J. McMurray.......... 00 C.. Burgone, check to 2 DRUGS FOR PRECRIPTION, PATENT MDICEB, BMM
F. G. Lindburg................. 5 00 Mayor of Jacksonville..loo oo
G. P. Ballough 2 00 Primitive Baptist ......... 3 4o COMBS AND TOILETMOAP8.
Cash 2 00 K. of P 15 oo
J. M. Jolley 10 00 A. Friend lo o0
T. L. Rogers.....................5 00 W. J. Harding. 2 oo Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles
Henrv Smith 25 Henry Schmidt lo oo
Wm.uger....................... 10 00 Oliver Harding ............. 2 oo
John Yelvington............... 50 H. P. Hand 2 oo
Halifax Chapter............... 5o oo Mrs. 0. W. Stevens........... 2.-
M. E. Church South t 8... 5 oo Chas. Gardner 25 .. ... .. _
Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.
pwibtikd Wmy s ey
per lo. in dvews
~mm~em. P wor rn, M.....
n ies ae f eseme ad Dmsaya. Floda
I ld qI AsMY 116q.
g es ddms,
Ho. ?U1 News
ON Wedmaj, EMas kmer, who ba
ben bsidiWg at Bam VilU for some
moth, hl for the mortb. Sh intends
- b u George tbdnlowmto
he hom mein Whliaeg T*a.
W. B. Bmath Ift onm Weduefday for
f.MS66 wv m be wiN make bis bome In
I HB9e has Miwvdhemi the paw
two jyuws, and will be much -missed by
ba sutbClock a t1riedms.
Framk lThy turned on Wednsdav
kren fot Phre. He tells of the insect
pet In the Indian River district, lies be-
Ing 80 troablesome to tie bos4e that
the driwes are obliged to envelope 1tie
ham&of thepoor aim abi i. sks with
holes acut hr th toene through. We
ane @bvom*~M hwmge r nia theear-
cty of Iamects, eren the ubiquitous moa-
beite is ha troublesome on the river
front tN ih mot ditrictsand the eyc-
ies of thgWtetaor are nakown tor-
A 'Port Orange
Them was a very pleasat picnic last
SUatsmday at the old sugar il
Moadlay Mr. and Mrs. Whidden and
Mr. GErite t br their boMus t the
Tmdiay them was a very large num-
ber at th station to bid our departing
Mr. Llbry is having a good deal of
wek dom an hbis place on the Peninsula
d- his sb s.m in Frames.
Mnr. Ladtneoa was down here from
etuR HE ad ad ueded the picnic with
bimiMr, Mi Dupoat. Mrs.T.J. park-
m vmsab the accompanied by two
Mm & ir,o returning from the pic-
ale,fwm Ltter awaiting her. asking
aer tgo e oer to her parents' home, near
Delmas, om ameouat of her mother being
iL iMe wi over at one.
Mr. Hal ham had hi fine boat, 'The
Brookya," hauled oat and put in her
bon till meat fall. Mrs. Haff has been
qlte il, but we ae happy to eay she is
out agaa. Theyexpecttostart forhome
Mrs J. C. Nokes, the last guest at the
hotel. and Mn. Eldridge and her daugh-
ters, Mrs JamMesn aad Miss Nettle Eld-
ridge, M and Mrs Bradley, Mrs. J. UH.
Bomy and her daughter. Mrs. J. H.
Win-alil left by the same train. Mrm
ks is oi to Clereland, 0.; Mr.
Eduridp B-InB to Chigo, but
the will be joined at Atlanta by Mr.
Elridge, who is obliged to go round by
Savamaah; Mr. and Mm. Bradley's des-
tiaNation is Ohio, ad Mrs. Bonny and
A L tso 0s0 t II t s.
DATONA, Fla., May 9, 1901.
To Hon. Charles I.. Smith and lion. Frank W.
Samm. Tallahaswee, Fla.:
Gr.,ma.X--Dytona has acted by
private iodatire iustmad of through the
constituted authorities of city and State.
We mave a foxy Mayor. I went to him
on Sunday morning, after the Jackson-
vil fire asking that the council should
be called together on his recommenda-
tion, that they vote five thousand dol-
lam in aid of Jacksonville, and telegraph
the Legilature for authority to coausm-
mate the donation by submission to the
e4ty electorate within forty-eight hourn.
He promised to see every one of thecoun-
l4umen and proceed. He informed me
that the meeting of council would be
Week beginning May 19,1991.
-me t .
Sunday 1 2
Tuesday ... 8am
The Hdhx Wagoa Wcb koWmwod
to toe d.p fosr bomtd .EL
lounk, ad win edoatbe bIebwoft
luarothe -@m am W. M.
Godwi has boght the ati tinstof
IL 6. Melvio, theft mw weewa.
umr salwor.of pe ~~I ~e
Of31 so. ea@eme to teSap Qb
ether. for Meal wo rk w~5ag A rIn-
US~~~c O. mli # lxpn..qidvi
nm oUshhmbel bOems. Ws~wis tow
eranwtste asor omwrn.I pie st
SMAP Oft ESC Wr ;se am.
called at 2 o'clock, p. m., Monday. When
I reached the meeting I found he had The ladies of the Easter tar will ..... ge
called d a lynch-law meeting, instead of a rarce entitled "Masonry Exposed," at M m r a oBa
meeting of the council, and had stacked Masonic Hall, next Tuesday evening, at .p.K.en istna
it with picayne roosters who crow loud 8 o'clock, for the benefit of the Jackson- I your rcord is O. .e a oppo
but do little. ville sewers. Admisio, 25 et. y, Kindly gve good when
So my last letter to you falls flat, and vl su erer Am writing. THE A. T. MORU6 WBOLE-
Daytona is not, as she ought to be, the Next Sunday the services at the Prii- SALF HOUSE, Ciemi, Ohio. Mln-
banner city of the World in carrying, tire Baptist church, Midway, will be as tated catalogue 4 cent stamps.
Chttiagit y into the State as the Com- follows: 11 a. m., sermon; 12 m., bp-
moawealth of God and the people, instead tism in the Halifax river; p. m., cove- .J. MEAJDO,
of the kingdom of God throughout the nant meeting; 7: -0, the Lord' Sapper
universe and the empire of priestcraft and foot washimn. Ruv. C. F. SAte, BOOT and SHOE MAKER.
and kingrraft on the earth. Pastor.
Stand firm and see the heavens of tra- "I had a ruining nore on my breast -Harnss Bepairing a specialLy.-
dition fall by the enactment of the Flor- for ov a year, says Henry R. Richards
ida Legislature. Yours cordially, of .yvilk, N. Y., and tried a greatNortheacht., t to Tea t Grocery
C.1H. SPENCER. mn.; y remedies. but got no reffl until I
14-sd BANNER SALVP. After using ont P. 0 0 O UNT,
THE GREAT SCOURGE hali b ;x 1 was perfectly cured. I cannot I BOUT AND SHOEMAKER.
Of modern tinum isconsumption. Many rommninend it too highly." Dr. J.. M' R W pairing neatly done. Cottage
cures and discoveries from time to time Jones. Ave. near each St., Daytona, Fla.
are published, but FoLEV's I ONY AND The Evangelistic meetings being held at
Tandoes truthfully dlaim to cure allcaas the Armory by Elder A. P. Cobb, of the OCEAN HOUSE,
in the early stages, and always affords Christian Church. is awakening much in-
comfort and relief in the very worst terest in this city. Elder Cobb is a pow- F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
cases. Take no substitutes. Dr. J. M. erful and interesting speaker, of scholar- Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Jones. ly attainments, with inexhaustible e- Regular Boarders.
sources of information. All who have
MN9W SY tANA. FLORaDA
_____________ heard him, go away delighted. Meeting
I to-night. Sunday night and Monday
night. at 7:3o p. m. Sunday morning at
11 n. m. All are cordially invited to N. 1iCKSONa
.Cabinet Maker aad
Second Avenue. west, has been under.
brushed and burned from Bert Foster's Fancy Wood Worker.
to the ridge beyond the hammock. A
gang of men are now grading and cordu- Doors and Window Screens, Picture
that's all. No ene no roying through the hammock. This ave- Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
nue is the most direct line to the Shantz Furniture Repairing done on short notice
Vim, O Vigor, O am to new posesions, past the Greenwood at reasonable priks.
The head aches, thoughts cemetery. It is proposed toconnect with
are conuiised, memory ils. the DeLandroad north of the Longpond, Cottage Avenue, DarrToX, FLA.
Life "bcomcs a round of and wake it a county road. It will also
work but haIf accom- connect with the Tomoka road, via the
ished, of eating at oes King's road. for larberville and Vols "Yankee Doodle"
not nourish, of sleep that
finl to refiesh and of j A Fast Comfortable Launch for
resting that never rests. charter to any Point.
That the beginning oChartef Thompson, r to .y Point
nervous otiaUn. MCOt BRsOnS,
1 eWr hadanythin do me somuch I High Grade Tailoring a Speciolty.
ood as Dr. Ml Nervine. I was I A'S o,
aer""oleepless and worn-out Suits made to order for $18 and
Lad me. I know of DATONA, rLONLIDA.
Sfor igeston and up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
.x. lemasg C:e and Rep riag at It l t1ass.-
Cottage Ave., rear of City lHotel. 1
DAYTONA, FLomDA. 0
Nervine i- i T
strengthens the worn-out LEGAL NOTICES
nerves, refreshes the tired ,- -. N 1
brain and restores health. Notie of&pre-at "l0.aS0am.
brai and restores health. i>< it known that sixt rdays after the oblmi. 1 _. -
Sold by drtgists on guarantee.- r atio of this notice. th t dieree ed
D~ Miles Medical Co, Elkhart. Ind. intend to ap: I to the eiisature of
Florida when nextIn'",41on for the Jasu".
dag&ter' s i Boekotd, Ill. We shall
i them very mach, as they are most
estimale people and have lots of friends
-he. As d tUnm they w-nt onet- Daytona Ice Co.
town, It set fire to the brush on the east
eie of the trek, near the section house, WM. WcKIxo, Manager.
ad bmmed hfom the railroad to the
river &ad from Herbert Avenue to Reed'*.
aal. Only ard work and back-firing
nwad the hemmu on the north side of
Herbert AvMa. Win. JemBmmas house
An Dr. Dutisbanraswellas E. N. PURE ICE
C(pea' booe had narrow eapes.
It m to- that the railroad company
OM dd0 somethingto stop theirengines Made from Distilled Water.
estM~fl n to thebruek along their road.
a --Magolla Avonea dad Ra lead
. *an a'-T wtherebv htn poronfof ith i.w0nl
Orniond lyivig east of the 1nl& .- of the cban-
nel of the lialitfrx River. -hall be excluded
from the c ormratue lionit of id town
(1irnced) H. It. Shaw.,J. W. B trom,. M.X
I% nllcew. J. D. Price.
DatId Mairch 15, 1901.
Be it known that after sixty days
publication of this notice, the under.
signed intend to apply to the next legis-
lature of Florida for the enactment of
an act rgardinm tne marking, staking
or buoying the Hillsborough river in the
county of Volusia, and providing penal-
ti s for the destruction, removing, alter
in : or maliciously interfering with the
marks. stakes or buoys authorized by
suhe act. (Signed) C. C. Burgoyne.
E. T. Conrad & Co.. G. W. Blymer. F. N-
Conrad, T. L Rodgers, Porter I. Ban
net, John Y. Detwiler.
09 *W.N *f
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I LsvwI a -wom T~b i s*f -onA dfnS~
jatsm q.ssaw yokemig'~A. umwa sN as.s
THE CHICAtGO AN4D
seperb "mli PlbanTrab 1hmr ewo % aimn msd Ibamp
'Jmcbwuin.t. Chicqe, eel731 hews.Bt. Autmg~ete ip*6 only p@=
Als e 011 VT1 A- FLOA WWT
bmthroghveamwued umv Dr.InS m Sluq=css% Tung
Thiough Twimsne vaSou1bsm RaI~waan jvrntcA isCasnaclln wl W,_
pe1r Roomase, smin a 0Id 119 so em or aibm.
SA. M1 U S on" A-d 4 1 M TAMON aBNO p
Forida East Coast Ry
ThurnsTable No.S. OIntoKgbes Apef 16, 1901.
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MWINSVLA2IRAND 0001D NAL
BUEYWEEN MIAMA, MD V WEST AND HAVANA.
Iw Gonly oehd iow mm4m dix,.aW Asas.
I.. I XAZu A= on. mis- ..a- __
T'h ~GU M T r3 LA.
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401bdoSawk-" m ahnsat
upg sn& bathst,, bet I Dayouma
RimWentsa opdmoke try Tmusi'
ftm&-40.m 4 oset. ciar on. the
J. P. 'Tudwoom %n
'JL, .Gove owandsnWorthen ar-
=--W umlammaW ndare domi-
klUe SMilN a nw ma dldl their beantIlul BRdgewood home.
td amiaE P Patr Pa
med akl wer, a deant kgwr Aply to E. N. Waldron.
31* 1- 6K%.ONYam -O For Vm -oPiV94sough, Asthma, Bmo.
bd nyouMn M ta mdi-a eqnuals b.uA.Za an' Hommouxw rxau.
L 4. M.ei Pu 25 a5 end 50 enatr. Formal by Dr.J.
gets S a
d ie4 g1a n ftf Ages isO r Digeam s has bee Confined to
W 06tim Hi Me room for the past few days with
lb 'mIS U- k O a .ta ndml ker. As soonas the weather
k eblherup his many friends hope to iee him
e s bh y d nla Ior 6. H. Ludwig and Miss Ludwig
dw Mm. <^aw MbN Wednday to their summer
Opt en a har h N. Ia nd em n veland Ohio.Mayor Lud-
am w a tMe guestV el her wg and Charles, will remain in Day-
Mr. da lmng. A. Fa ta& week la k er.
N .ax, aytona's well-nown
of h w t Iarh photgrMpher, and hi famUy wil
im Ubuhe. Tlhe oon leave for Cico and other points
4dc 1 W m Hi- am-.morta, pending the .greater part of the
bAsJunm u biof d Tm h- ksmm r in tslr itimsrary.
nwerM Mgabby A | kithere is a beaMtiful story in the Jne
Eilth BrWh tured hora- at- Dauxa&Toaexemplifyingthe powerof an
ig tm bO ne, Md.,L whmee, ,it's cry. It is entitled"The Lion and
i.at w a e ueemtlygrad-. The Lanmb." The June DcuxATror is
I-foIm a d tal aedBg. 8he will now on sale by Moore Bros.
ihae a ueli opem i aton Captain C. S. 8pencer celebrated
.th birthday Wedaeeday. The Captain
isboleand hearty and bids fair to re-
s5 asmiaM elsewbhen- in this imu, mata with us for many a year to come,
m. M wis uhas taken charge of the and mich i our sincere wish.
mntly vacated by E. T >. Mel- -
adw edu it asmIetafo a- T gspe l n meetings which have been
6e tke aime of the Halifax Wagon 4p at the Armory during the last three
orm. Mr. M.A in I ft la Int:tdla we b havehbeen very largely attended.
,, ..h. Rv. A. P. Cobb, the evangelist, L6 t-n
x il|tion illy good speaker.
as. : :i sac dnt- d., .ontdandRopershaveputina
.M*%uii.Ul n m dy, mting pnmptl. (omadand oersle Iut in
W imu!! do i Iy wui ui.n. d j it ew engine in the Sultana. incn a sing her
Mw eenul dthe ill u-omly fetfound sped and pining her in the front rank
so reguite the -xcr--tory fao-tiona
ate bhe sto y fnr itot of the favorite boat that cater to the
ithy a ar ble to operate without plasre of tl e fun-loring public.
aid whatever. Prke 50 cents. For p re of t fun-loving public.
thby Dr. J M. Jones. A plby entitled "Masairy Exp'eel"
SI oodst two dwllin will le .iven by tl.eladie. of the Eastern
S and lo t two dwe inthe Star next Tuesday evening at eight
ud al of i furtare the o'cloc',for the inefit of the Jackton-
pa p er. ia ad a number of the vlle fr sufertrs. Admission 25 cents.
| b paper i amale imore of the
Ibhut hcki y they wene not dam- Several days the past couple of weeks
e Mr. Midkhwood stabe that after have been "siszlers," but there is some
taalheiald Bhs is fiance he will be a e isolation in knowing that our friends
l-Iurabout 00. up north are having the same kind of
A.&L.WVood wlE Issoo the 14th
[ Tek I La October, his wif
i pnateiad Amu w here, west to
h i is din hope of rgaiing her
ndwheraymefrienswiwm be glad
=t04ha in i improving rapidly
NO t how* g eld SW psumMs Mr.
wil U -o her m on -spo=ibL
NkP of heie wmhs h w ill ben
u hots dln pesmtioms com-
h9I10leftgeout at-town to do
M11100 Who ttemk b who osc. be
wl a-e hea* m eoat k with
Swhtbo Wdide wuMblc sprged
i tom lways giho e those hoever
he le mt doeatdin awap-
3l, -id Cl$ f.I, o. -Mho
t et of PAh d 1an dlmn
I1V iN botUeeof d ityeater-
S- ld wgo soppose
seeso"ofagai w, this morna
mI eU who deride pal airited w
a thosS who oppose every
stat does not a
onane a tedi a of net dividual.
M tfaC thin's Collpit. aol-.
thaeodld gouo farthier
o thihpI aln.
weather, and in most eases are mines
the ocean breese..
BALLAR'S SNOW IAXIMZNT cures Rh u-
matlnm, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick Head-
ache, Son Throat Cuts, painss. Bruises,
Old Sores, Corns, and all pains and in-
Gammatinn. The most penetrating lini-
ment in the world. Price, 25 eta., and
50 ct.. For sale by Dr. J. M. Jones.
Alexander Berry, colored man of Mid-
way, died very suddenly Saturday morr-
fin. The coroner empannelleJa jury, a
post mortem examination was held. but
up to the hour of going to press the jury
had not reported. Drs. Brown, Atwood
aid Walton conducted the post mortem.
The petition from citizens of Daytona
to the county commissioners for a pub-
lie road from Second avenue to intersect
the DeLand-Daytona road, was received
and iled, and H. F. Douglass, J. W.
Wikiosmo and E. T. Conrad were ap-
pointed a committee to mark and view
the eame and report at the next meeting.
Every patron of D. F. Morrison's well-
stocked grocery are well satisfied with
both the quality and quantity of the
goods they receive in exchange for their
momey. When you need any fancy or
staple goeeries, any fresh fruits or vege-
tabhe, any hay or grain, or anything
else in his line, go to his store and get
your money's worth.
J. B. Conrad, Volusia county's lumber
king. and one of our most progressive
citlsam, paid the Gasette-News office a
very pleasant visit Friday morning. He
reports that all the mills are kept very
bsy and many of them are running over.
time, with orders six months ahead. In
addition to his mill interestS, Mr. Conrad
is "-the power behind the throne" that
moves some of our most flourishing en-
OPris. His comdence in the futureof
Daytona is unshaken, and as he has been
lisatmd with nearly everything that
added to promajte the growth and ad-
vanethe interests of our city since 1895,
theyearthat Daytona's property really
bm, no one is better qualified to speak
Mm. J. uesWusd to whm
The"Ahr"tioka pttfrm the
the populer @esamdou mmup tOn Tomo-
ka i" ktmwdy.
Mms A. D. Bhekoma, who has hes
-open&" ane %.Uur oft bee Mawtr, 1Mr.
J. S.suW Blmoeito flt bher o,..at
M KM. A~stm,$*A-4d WW V W*
Wwa"W I, km m: 0* ftwm
Khm~s NUm L~b 141k hshwe
woedeuwfr or herheat." They awy
do. 'Tr"theme. Only 25c., at Dr. A M
~sw~~ ~we belwk
'mU1 bhe F mi-a LJ~s
Geo. C. Hickok, Curties, Wis., says:
"FoLrY's KIDNmW CoE has been tested
and found to be all you claim for it. I
have given it to my father and it is the
only thing that ever helped him." Dr. J.
M. Jones. -M
James H. Johnson, of Philadelphia.
has purchased the Holly Inn of Mrs.
Porter. The consideration, we under-
stand, was $16,000. Mr. Johnson will
move here in October, and have the house
nen fnP newt, msnl
If sold before changes are made, I will
sell the Lowell property on First avenue
at wtargain. 47 E. N. WALDBoX.
8CIATIC RHEUMATISM CURED
AFtR PFOURTERN TICARS OF SUFFERING.
I have been afflicted with sciatic rheu-
matism for fourteen years," says Josh
Edgar, of Germantown. Cal. "I was able
to be around, but constantly im red. I
tried everything I could hear of, and at
The Yankee Doodle took the following last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain
party from the Surf Crest up theTomoka Balm. which I did, and was immediately
last Saturday: Mrs S. J. Hopkins, Rush relieved and in a short tinie cured, and I
and Gene Hopkins, Duluth, Minn.; Sidney am happy to say it has not since re-
W. Clarkson, Miss Mary Clarkson, Miss turned." Why not use this liniment and
Camille D. Mead, Miss Sarah Clarkson, get well? It is formal by all druggist.
8. W. Clarkson, jr., Ann Arbor, Aich.;
Mrs. Wm. Straugn, New York city; Neva
F. Strain. Miss Minnie M. Marlow, Chi- A
cago; Mins Emily Rosfyder, Miss Alice i gu oetMeaulWelveintleworld,
Spangler and Miss Ruby Spaulding, Bon-
t.n and l R P lRalrkvr r nlnmnhna 0.
is a hod medid~ne hi'the,
Sy Ob thhimdunot
w onsuoi hd mW hr he
0ufur 1Whe n .1does
oWu~&it gii s& hod:
I Elb A so a,* ai &UU .
.cr a ofl a uON3,chlnow Yet.
FOUGHT FOR HIS LIFE.
"My father and sister l-otl died of con-
mumption." writes J. T. Weatherwax. of
Wynndottep Mich.. and I was saved fron-
the same frighthll fate only by Dr. King',
i New Diovery. An attack of pnenmonian
left an ohbtinnte cough and very seven
lung trouble, which an excellent doctoi
could not help; lint a few month's use of
this wonderful medicine made me as well
as ever nnd I gained nimch in weight."
Infalliblefor coughs.eold., and nill throat
and lung troubles. Trial bottles free.
Guaranteed bottles ..0e. and $1.00at Dr.
J. M. Jones'.
The following verse was composed by
Mis Louise Foote on a recent trip on
the "Yankee Doodle":
The night was as moonlight ans could be:
A jolly crowd of fifteen were we.
'Twas in the Yankee Doodle we went-
That those moonlight hours were spent.
.The chaperone, Miss Wilkinson, was a
We fed her soap and called it candy.
Going down MissSilvernail had the wheel
While the others high school songs did
But one, a high school song. we fear.
Was never sung in our chapel dear
We feared she had port in her noddle.
Because she steered the Yankee Doodle.
But she was just a new one there,
And "starboard" and "port" filled the air.
Admit it was the finest day you spent,
I And say you're awful giad you % ent.
S, ,.--- -
BY LAND AND SEA.
Florida to New York. Boston and the East.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.
TEENCB via Palatal Exprers Steamships from :SAVANNAH. Four
SAILIN J EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Coaoetions witlINew York and Boston Ships On Bound Lines'
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for general,information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or ca
W. H. PLESEANTS, WALTER IftWKINS,
Traffic M ager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic llepa:-tnmnt.
New Pier 25 North River, New York. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fl<
J. W. WILK.IflON, Agent, Daytona, Fla.
- DiMfom in ha esdlsti
a dsiudrb ofem dbeam
stomach is debtO dOs, the mri
the bowels copatmd. Th af
aft-of food, ipan the
eosated tongue ad b not
a of the a udig sted or
Andi. ^ o ja. So iS
Irbape- of the stoA M 8 a- d egea
a health .
the bowels. Try the sam you are
tael to a be mcA phe with the wult.
Fmreire tboaby d
h a verf .1 vt
and my back pained IqI could not
straigt16P. l" t mNt
did mne no good. Ii=w FoTuv'$CmWr
which eused MW 2W
fected since. I slbA1y ..oe77d tWe
remedy." Dt. J. M. J i
Six Mbe-Bms a Yew..
In 1895, mone; ia g c%,ooooo
boms tit's c~ete k-
people have cast their verdict Best
medicine for the bowels in the world.
AN druggists, ioc.
M p -
phabm oe in iMak, teal w h
seas, Aob sole, toesam
doelnd oeeric trin or die,
i.son, A trial wear ofi thn s
of theirmeerits. Fr eIWI0
dies' l silk o is la of
dm', wftetie uemit
yMo a nd oplaeoramdw
ji~tching me*tbilidl'w ofatthe fe~n
onreliefiotimmedlete aim Co.einfaML-.
IPrkce 50 oft., in AW, otubes,76 eta.For
Abinb m*~~.I tWe by Dr. J. Wi. Joweii.
If cd lfF
Tri. Weekly Sailing
JACKSONVILLE ad NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Di6ret Service Between
JACKSOnVILLr BOa TeS AND lPROVIDEMCI.
AND ALL As1 tMu ] POINTS.
Calling at Charlison Both Ways.
Sokthbound ..........................................From Lewis' Wharf, boltm
Nortboad......................... from flot OCtb-sume SIeM, lak ivll i
CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRAINCIS, BERESFORD, (DzLAxD)
BLUE SPRINGU and Intermediate Landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
STEAMER "Qty of Jacksonville"
CAPT. W. A. 8HAW,
18 APPOINTED TO BAIL AS FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jaeksnville3*3" p. M., Soadays, Tuesdays mad Thersdays
Leaves Sanftrd t30 a. &.. Medavs, Wedaedays and Fridays.
Read down SCHEDULE Read up
Leave 3:30 pm JACKSONVILLE. arrive 2-00 am
8:45 pm PALATKA Ipve 8.00 pm
S 3:001am. .......... TOR. ...... 2:30 pm
S4:30am hT. FRANCIS............................. l.0 pm
......BERESFORD (DrcLAND).................. 12.-0 n'n
6:00 am BLUE SPRINGS 11-00 am
Arrive8:30 am .............8ANFORD 9:30 am
General Passenger and Ticket ofce,
204 W. Bay st Jacksonville.
A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Pass. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, Jn., F. P. A.,
19 State St.. New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
THUS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Anst. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
JNO. L. HOWARD, Buperine t,
Foot Hogan St., Jaksouville.
THEO. 0. EL ER, WfL P. CLYDE A CO.
General Man aer, e St., iei "lt
Chimebrough Bulding, 19 State St., Oppm0te Battery Park, N~w fts
" I'NJ" WU i -M. Jo ,' drugstore. N
Try me new rwemdy or osterTaIm. At a meeting of the Board of Trade
Chmabteidan's tourach and Lver Tab- elast wee it was decided to pay the
SEry boa wmate.k Proi I eedon judges out of the society's flads,
iuts. For esal by all drgsht. .and -the Halifax Journal to publish the
E. F. Maneield Is iuaprovingw the ap-. bln notice and the Gaswrvs-Nmw
pearanwe of the ground around Hotel to print election ticket ft-s for a
Ormond by filling in the low spot. and sp9Sl ebetilm to be Eailed to a mulne
gradhi and levi p thA beanatil whether or not the city of Daytona
piece. wates electric light&. This will throw no
cost whatever on the city. It i to he
William Allen and daughter. Mr. hoped that the election wil mult favor-
Emnma Edick, who have spent the season ably, as the city is badly in need of bet-
Wa usual at the VanDorn House, left terlihting facilities and nothing is clear-
Monday for their home at Port Plain, er or more handy than electric lights. In
New Jersey. a sent conversation with Mr. Shaats,
Mrs. J. A. Marshall. of Chicago nde stated that if he received a rle
Mrs. G. 8. Mill, of Brooklyn, who have intest on his money, hbe would be satis-
been spending some weeks at the Van fed to put in the plant. This iscertainly
-Dorm Hose, left Monday for their s- a fair proposition and one such as very
spetive homes. or their few towns are fortunate enough to have
presented to them.
Ial and Odwrwise
MScty eempamdsw aste a lot of pow-
iel food a an aMM ar g a bnor keep a
ood imdloa. Food, when digested,
isnah.eeoiall health, all stengthand
allbseaty. HEms will help digest what
yon eat, d gve you the clear, bright,
autil ska of health. Prime 50 and
TSeta. Fr bsal Dr. J. M. Jaoes.
A wman who w h a it that some
other mm 's bakis as art asben
Isn"t toeab d.
Maay a tr", WhM, w-W paBsb'
-has -pdd en mother, -- she h -
wit hra h.a.d te s hO
of he" with a eow dses of Wisns
Comm, Pi2e5Le. For sae
by Dr. AL Jones
Furaukbaibs hasVthe thaukl of thi
ous ehr.boxzlre julCY mulberm
which we huaroft niqymnd.
Min Maul Smith, MiddlMboro. Ky.,
wries. "My utt sister had the eroup
w y be. 1 paw her emal deems of
loNTI HOXXT Ana TAt, ad she wa
hstaaty lived. "It savd her lie."
Dr. J. MI oas.
Mimela he far sarp amed all herfornner
u e b *i tie Wm t of ofnmes. Iast
yearwt he sip-ase were 700,000 boxes,
but s year's crop will ach 1,=50,000
Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, Is., writes:
He was troubled with kidney diea
about thre yv a. Had to get up ev-
al times daring the nghbt, but three
boaes of FouaB's Kmsr Cu- c erected
a eemplte eoe; hebel better than be
eer did and eommemds it to his friends.
Dr. J. M. Joms.
yacht Efa, of Daytona, arrived in
Sport, Ta day, with the following party
e bouad: Mr. and Mrm. & Bulard
sad Min Atwood, prominent eMidsts
of the ountasi City. MK. Atwood
is the daughter of Dayton's well
known physicisa, and a very popular
yo ig ldy. The captai- hbolad aeil
abovt he o'cock the -m a
aind tgopang hind la As to
e always wel omW e vhO os.-
A mmw who ha had expertise with
*idsem std bow 9o pgo an aydaa-
e" ..eneqee.steam mit. She may:
ftourtevehidm eaok whooplageugkh
last imer, our baby boy being oly
thee math old, ad owing to our giv.
lg thu Chamberlain's cough duy.
Slowest s-n of their plepmes aad
earn out ia muc better health than oth-
er P`r1 whose pm ates did otm uMthis
siry. Our oltt Ue girl would eal
lJ t f r ough Up betwes whoops
-J P r HAW.% spsie AAla.
East Coast of Florida.
Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly ovc- cooking the ocean. While It
m. all the d irhts of the seea-shore, it is only t-n minutes walk, or ive minutes
by hoku ear, from the orspe groves and palm shaded walks on the banks of the
Balax River. It is two miles from Ah railroad station, being connected with it
by ho ecar. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lemon, orange, and rare tropi-
cal fruit, avenes of oleander and palmetto. River, ocean, surf-bathing and fine
ehiag. The climate is delightful, and Ls beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous
Will open about the first of June, but will he in a position to take care of guets
after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. 48'
For further information address. D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Florida.
Buff~Io, '14. Ye
May i to November i, i9oi.
The Seaboard Air Line
Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from,
Jaoksonville $42.80 and $42.95. Corresponding!
low rates from other points.
Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmnond and Washington.
Latest Pullman Fquipment.
For further information write to
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pase. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MacDONNELL, Aet. (en. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
BOND & BOND CO.,
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, SidingM, C ing.
P'cdk, Umes aM Cement la Stock.
PmoaB e8 Oftces and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orag0 Avenue.
, -_ ^M ,W W _.--.-Wb _, M --"^ r- -.. i
cr -% e WHIT3'S CREAM W
CS dp -_- -
JAm F.M _AI m AM9L
F. M. JOLLY,
Di. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville.
Vim Makla la PctufaL
aIn great eA-crguKa when all
the men are demanded the vin.
yards, women are called to assist
n wine treading. Ourcorr
dent saw young women wear.
idn their own garments which they
skilfully gather up around them
until they assume the biggest and
most abbreviated of Dutchman'8
"britchen" costumes, while in the
MN aM A0
I e'rT AND S.EL THE FOLLbWING:
S s 0u e. 5.
m be be I. te
EEmO E 14 L buo u
eam .ils h a
nuXun E C ...E.*WIr.eM
bmmsb 4. b Mir M >SOIL
e.m b.owsoeml r ms.s sdm be
KTSBAT IONAL B 'ATIORALWTORA
Su'y 1 fc v LIVET UMOCIATON or
amein.s e,- July aI
o fan eor the mome trip. T efMw *e
seldMy 3.2, a"withbal timl ef omomE
pdertmis. mbr by pb -
ITEoAL EUWCATLN A ANOCIATIOx
Oieti,N Mk t. July 7 to .
owe fre er thaeem as olrf m Itembst-
ship ee. T.ee to te ree rib -e od b.
but extesolaf of U nait toIte=I e ay be
be obtailed by 4depeadla tcsas e. eIe s1
tiekese *h be so ul --fed as to teol f pt
sun atiou Uaslo le rt' welwaysbotfeter
tUe July 4. or latr thnr July i&
NATIONAL CoVST1lO ASPWOrTW
tanFranelise. .lJ.. July? o 21.
Very low ratep.o fke s to be wi July & to
12 eclustrl., be tepeateuger muom eme Mea
Yrarthebeo alaer tea J uly .4 wih I- M-
arti liouit Augst 3L
OtHkI.TIAN WORK92 ASsMBLY.
M.. toVael. N. C. July 21to Avg" 4.
Orr and one-lbtd amref to Bleek MeItela
X. T. vkwt to be s ba July l4d u st,
width ial rltors liI AAgMs .L
ANNUAL MTING GORANMD DLB, S. P. O.
Milwaok.e, C6., July = to Is.
One ar iatbte Maemd tripaplusk tesMboe.
hor eesst-of Mar sart of estot.ck Tick-
e teo be sebd J oly i, Zn I wi Ma" d uali
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION BAPTIST
YuU PrEOPLr M UNIOM OW AMEKICA.
Chileao, I., July 25 to f.
OMfa t e tho au.d trip. Tte lstobo
whieh a=y by dmepo .. t. extmto oi
MONTRKOL. A--MBT, SUNDAY 80ROOL
1Me011ee101, TrmS., Apetes s1 to
Om 1- for tde nued tri.. flcef to b
ltsod Ai t U lyd 11 sa itd wU swtur ltim-
TIl ENNIAL CONLALTC KMn S TiMrLAR
Loustelle, KyI A.u mt 1 to 3.
One far for roadl trip Tickets wil be wM
limi-esmsll boa.LBu A -gu-st e as,
etc. rte ftimo may be eomd stoepe.H.
NATIONAL MXITAL AClIMCI A CUIA-
l A TEOM.
Leebrease (Dayto a). M.,Au Moembo S .
One fare for te reend tr Tickets l tobe
eiL.t november S. 5e d b huram anse
pNaDW with 1 ial Jim& beember IL
WIMa Uletketsa mm _* a=-= -t dvadeti _
fr elfealu of Ui s fee f ifly emu Is
u ,uaUy obesged.
Bum mer ereunaor ntee to maontoai. t.ke
ad seas h eyes will become Noebe Jane
1ot and wI be inasgniled later.
lFu.ber or U eM Hoer
t be wiatt nymal lei*s is Ur., will be
c bterfu ly mhagebd 0 h-fleon t to
SUadeaiged w.. b"WeieMWer.
-.--..-P.. Tr*ck Mgr.. avmnsnh.
No,4 1 X& 2
.. ........ .
Western Alantic Railroad.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS TO
ChrrYing rvtthruAP4%= a Ved"IW 1Buffet
Low an CAicego without '~mqgs
Skqiae .Tac.110 ~eto&
For islormato m olatie to rates, Wchedie, et.. or tor sleepW 1ses1rva sm-, wuitsta
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Asget, TOM M. DOYLE, rim. Pra. Apmt
Atlanta, Ga. Jaseivae, GiI,
a. F. SMITH, Trafm Maaewr, NahvilUle, .
The Great Through Oar Line from Florida
o -E'' TE hst T.,.y, via Sa h, CoaLhmisad
W THE e Tat oa'the0 rvin At thes. t h
The MmhMiA oh. &aaMomS u il
ltL vi *jps y
An improved method of masluh
ag by machinery is adopted
by which a "f grapes a
minute is damped in the hopper,
that feed two large rubber rollers,
between which the grapes are
medicinal qualities. None put
on the market now,until nine years
old. Weakly pero aIvalMd.
Female., an Aged pemreas
should always have a bottle in the
house. If properly used it will
restore health and prolong life. It
is by all odds the Wine for wed-
ding, social entertainment and
SEAL aQW"V WE
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamhip ec amy for
New York, Philadephia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Mermcants and Miners Transpor-
tatiom company for Baltimore.
TO KEY WEST AND HAVAIN4
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
To Nwa S C i ans d Prims Edwards Ibd Vit kBoton and Cas.
ada. Atlm.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Char-
WINTER TOURIST TICKET'
will he on sa throout the North Eaitera, Western and Southern States to
Al Florida, resorts A the Plant System during the IDW 1 I00-11 limited t*,
Mtra until May S3t, with lbenl stop-over priveg rida.
Add i the North a to. the u"nd*aiged will be liber
supild with allsi a"tlan ad bandome advertising matter.
For Irmatio as to atecping car reservations. et, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Divieon Panenger Agent, 188 West BaVy St-, JaeaTmvilk, Flormi
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pas. Traic MaOtn
SBavanah, Ga. Savannah,
Florida East Coa
Maaulaetarmre ofo lih Grad4e t4fla Water--All flprv,
Cream and Dewey Speetalties.
AU order promptly filled. Write for priees.
OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS-ViultiA e., nairv E C. WR'y lit:t
J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.
.D. OUBLE.. ....
DOUBLE DA4 -1.
Cleveland, Pierce and
REPAIRING, INCLUDING BRAZING AND
COMPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES.
T $200 and Up.
Robert L. Smith.
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