* -~: A..
-.. a*%~**- -i *_ .~.. ; 'a.
* ~ '~E~t~ .,,ESP~M~~i4W
NIHwe Ishall kmw wwhether Daytoma will kLip abreast vittl the ~ces!
TheIar~u sa Mot compete Stork I 54 hea a imk number. Thin ha th~yll E& proI*-- twf4 I. w i ar y Who LW4to.r wll3K
D h is Daftoom .Preeiptions con hatve on OppOrunity to qay #3titbef ne asll in timth future be obliged to feel our!
pool" by fbghteu~vPharmw~js ~anlv way uloitg the 'treeti or hav, a right that is a light. Tlwr#-ar* m~,.any eaomWequofteyou a few special rice
------why every voter shoWS ewt his A&mbdo&Jor Ahe toateuimjerov tw city
f Pe~fuiner Ana Toilet Ar hkfto .P.n% pa ygo
lpmifm m n oltA tce.demand- It inpureseektyin VW (irb.- 5,W
TRY011 PNETARCOGH ALA 1-2 eetsa btte.propprty imterot't. T~q gmetok ~ntthat w* 6 OemW 9i 9 oIS about 1 Nt cC GngbtumI, per yard
Oftombo, F or or or or DATvwNA FLmoR1A. [~kYt4 infl isthat the 44iV,14 Dot Adffie*fadigiht"Il There k nabq46tker WiniiiJ-nair ulnfr. 10
thle state thewsize of baytong but iws thwis Mluinineut. It MAY sav .e the C .iiy law. a2mYfor.
silts l- i6imigeT1meetts. anil tht#.oVfr of Mr.`KSehinntz will lirolajbly not be duplisated
ifit ist m. triia'.i IE-1 o)%.Vtw i~~~ ll pm llet tl~e toia.Vflremiaini a baik number owr 1howr
Admired by Educated and Influential
When mh u as Ben Harrion.i editorial \ rit.-'r mf t hlie Ti'm'-
USTio and Ctisnm. Jacksonville. Fla.. and .John ,i N Ro -.r-. (' ..int Y
81perinlftdeit of tli Board of FIduation.. of S.:mdr,.aill. ;i *1,I
volhutarily drelarp the Franklin to lie the most iprai-tical aild iilr-
hb& of all standard nmahijes. and that thiry i ol l usa .. 11. otha.r.
then it mut have superior qualities. TI'le -ritini iN. vi.-ille. \it hoI(it
lifting the marriage The nec-hanisni is so simipl-. that a lchihl ian
eaim it. No trust ,mguioune controls the plrice.. Tliherniof r- y call
buy it for $75, on terms to suit your lw-kethloo.k
oiod iseond-hand Franklinte for $25. iand uptil a ir-.
Your inquiries lay mail. or in pierson. will iru.-. -, a.iurt.-.. i m- ;iiil
General Southern Agent,
E. F. BU/lPUS,
N.. New ..t., Charleston, 5. C
173 Devonshire Street,
r&T, CONRAD Q CO,
At their iet' NShtmi Iia.l i
first-c-lais line of........ ...
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
FIRST C'LA.SS K REF'RiitATI' OSIi 1 I Si
Agents for W. L. Douglass' Shoes
for Man -a The Bestc
BEACH ATREE.T.uno-r 4 IRANGm-.~E AVEN
We Keep a Full Line of....
CORN. WHEAT. OATS. Mll111111iNt. Ill A\. 'IltN III STS'
VI'lTOl itIKl'R FNI-FEI. ('TTOIN S 1E MILA .
COTTON SEl'E' II 1.1.S. '1: \S.
11 .A l
We keep no light weight; the prices and
quality guaranteed. Give us a call. 4
D. F. MORRISON
Ceamewa Desch Shreet and Second Avenue.
/ Electric Ro&Adfos Duartoma. The ThIwb~d ntiee..
-i t t' I te* -: ft t If:- % # e l iE'Eql iZ Iit -I f4wE ,Er %la. ra.-,144it u i.4' hat 1.i' e m.I 14,. 'hE
It !1.:1,- IitE )1E:1iitIlEl-it I IE 1 IE itI l& I'E Pijll I ")?.ti11*stor Awtifls theui to the editor, but
CP.;t I'.L.tI I, L ~ ~ IIIm;IjaI Il Eat 4of 14141, tilt- jaostomamter im not to blatue. For in-
(14 it I t #id;-I -..-~a 11 dt i- ;ic -:: ilP- ethi-tv 1%&ts aa ilannamed Tim
%%.g .~l,\a.I lit INIi.lT~ld. i -ht~mim.Sliorty libh lfeltwntumthree noit es to atop
4)! lilf. a! I'El a.l Ii a his gualwr: he did not want it all.%.longer.
fill" ~ it.,.11,1: arlli- lEI;I it iia'9l aiimilia. v W a.' ajideriml What was the matter.
ill. ,IIaalit:,Ill-t. I!,.li n ~ t. ait-lli 10+4 itlift t II 'Ili pitm imma~litigmitionlmof our inubemitllrptiotm
hP~i (EEIE 'lii- 11;1- Ii:. memitill a.jm.a.list a .Et-flondlthatri'Jun witmshort $2.54).
ti. .9I I li a l ti ..t i.- riujit IEa%%t .%- 9 f itids tnever paid a oent amidyet ~as
Ii:a.ii. aTi.99ta. E IEt *r tii- i~/.. mid! tar m( aif wonlmm tet us he stopped his
lii aigfEi a..ill ;iI 9I'Iiil.I tiiiEjEEj~r. laztimer. A fe-wevinings ago we stepped
I -I .. I I H. iiii.1;1111iL I I I *I, m lil lt I ttinato Iiu-I l a hu141Tiui~s Incelslious yoiois.
Ia. a a: I -r ttid. I N' I .I mi al fital... I i igI i1 lit clear in t hat isoul-sltirring 54)ttl.
'.~iE9i.9 i-.Ijae 1i l -1.am aiPI IIII a [mat Ia)I- JvsNitslPaid it. A~ll." tieIc might have
iv I I; if,.a I N I I p19 ii. Ia;tii* a11141 111i ,11 l iistatke'ii but his enrnestiwes iiun-
-I i!. ai, miiIlii.- la.im-Illilia' ft.;*: t*0,wl. us'.EI1. ime next day we Asent bimat
to!tl .i ,. ... hi. miia .;t tit Ii.. 't-ilit in haill buigging his lmartion mfur not
azil milli IIs II! 111 l~~ma ~. ~u. 'ii Lmi'.' iigtht.he. hall Iaiade aL1 t soign-
saIl ii. 11 i:itilt :111 1 J aai~- h-i-i-- ltif ~tIilii-. li~abilities ttO the Loardl.
~l.Ii. I ~i I t. 11.9 ria.11:9 I E. Ch~g. Owdw Mles.
a.I %11-)Ia.- i h.i I'. lfl, i ,1".11s I '-Ia ae% orderss can be paid only at. the
alit:n di:it~ -i-.. 'aak a...i mv'lwie, u, it titiz jaul attiaie.designated as the oftletoof pay-
1a~ii' in, ~, 11111 a 1I9.a'i- l ti1aiiI;.- Vllm timlt- oll.tit-ijece of the business
l~iii 1.11.alaa lit ia-:mrIti*e. il 4il1i xilathiel-4 having inev urders
i~imiix1. l .. il -ia~aaia.lit.i1-oiala.1 %it. 11,lie. li (aJiltle Eu-LEtomof firmt and i *eaind
It a*- i I l. Id a- 1 ;1 *1.-Ad I\W % 4 ..~l.1,1111a 1t11a40af thu 1 149i~ Y t jm 1mvimeiat,
1401. l. 1 111I i-. a.t.lti.ll .4 iaaiIimJill .iValre-iit
litii-A a9;iiliJwr %% liihi chtcopldhe sent like -a
Mot- Troubles of an Lditor. I ~iik alum-k il-iar -4talia!. it, lil&yllielit fllar
\0 QO 40 mlilinit- ipeiala.iomr ttaa eisamhaig. iii v
I fll it a1" I h"al I 92 am tatili i tim termU.ee It
a-- : -i:I.. .- i17. \ i;. l. a ;. ,k '~ p' rimmtio. hls 11".11 i qf re-at Idvltll-
11 % i-9 19 11 .;Iildi lt .l*- ge 141t1a timarm. tisilig uwilme'y forders and~
at T 'V- I ..kfia.a.a. haaaa Illa 91 it hi'ihi m -I"'11Ii ii4.dl Z:iliimrmca1,ttedullay tI ime lai-
Iii .T9..\~a. a ,.~t I"i l la i ltmeLisit lm l lrilli. wh.ichaIm it imis
I h.~ '~ -I\. a9..aj.Ij~-. P.it zi l lii' EaAia p ier Ef tlit'
9 9ii ,9 Ii t.91 h i.9a.a fa.- ill, t ivas~il' al m. tlii it li,. ia-villamI thlis-
a.', 9. ..' l9.-99I II, aa.1119 tl,;I\% ~ ~ i t Ii i l4a aa.II i iit 1% rl lay iit 1% auth it
ii'~ ~~~~ ,,II.9' !l I ~. 9.t~ a ~llait aattip-a-i.
I hacaijaATTENTION TILACHILRSI
His Cigfars Smnoked Here. Ia. amila iiimtims-itNori-mmlati Itilt-iewPeit i-
1P 11111 11111,titiii IitY it11ma 1"t l I I iln l fi ll-tim. tiilal
C''aa aI:~al~a9 Il ls .l~9 Tii, iw t~i-ll'
9 Ir.- ;a amlllI d a' T I t.-.. ,9.9 i -1aIli-titl a
forlII Ii 111-! 19k i. 91 '1.
imaI..9t9TI ta Ia., 1, Ia. J..al99T \a.1t19
jal ala Ii a.a. .1!-. 9 a. -lI91 9 I..,
199.1 ,~I I a.
If You Are Going Away This
Summer Se. the Special
lT hat *i o < ,f i.,l I.i t! ,. .. ,i- ;:. \i
.L ine Illl :ii \ l !ih ip rili, ip i! ; ... l- I1
tl l' '.ir,,li i.m i \ irdilia an il I -t.
kll liuliill V I'mi t ollllllt l JIh. l 'iailt. \\ i h-
it.toilli Itiltimoni No\ l'fiark I'ri ,\
itina.- I -le. ,nai a alkd l hliffl ia Ili.- \, l
M ai'iliti ll. 1 C. 1l'. A 1 ..% k>> t itll il. l
S ll ti lh V t I illiitI .l I 'k11,' 1 I -l. ,I
l'ri \ ideime. \'*-.-,\\- < k. Ic 1 Iliia iaN \\ ;i-la
iugl,1t 4ii 1h-1 1ont t Comfort. 1 -ir.wii \ ..\\
Vilg iiu Il'w h tll a ld P r at' itII llli ;il- ,I
'fIed tv thli S al.oar1 l \ir l.na I li l t
;il i re *I.-[llIy -ttra<.-1i-.
l'rot i i .h li'ksnit ville-..:.' n A1 3i ,,ii
iiald '~r \11id .-iii '; llt 1 :t i I .t L a w .>i -.
?;.30 to Ill tiyio '; f;i< o ti. \\.i-hl
iugtou; .$'13.20 to Okl I',,, i ..tiifti I
(kan View. 'Virgiuia Bei, I .,1 i li',I
liouth AN.D KlllstTIL
Tickets on sale daily gI n a.d. t .6. .r- i I i
uip t.>i m-ltolfr Il. 191 Il
"'i ,. .,, \,.i* i i0 ii ia it .- ;i | !.\ k ; l I',,Ir -
ii t l1h a1 1 stlil1 on"ily
lii -ln i I f 'As-. i oIl l' ) Ilh I i~, ii-
"i'wk, daily tm'li lit\\,..u I'lhridla '
llofit ilaII tI'PorT l utili; Ili iill ; ltud
t,\ mmIII depal t ll rtl fIrti .l;m k. I\ il'.-
j ,,' auvy iuforwation \ \ it.' t). Mi
Ioita .ll. A G P. A.. Jnvk.>,,i\ a lt I'li
in .f mSt't.,on I nitimrsita
I.elil iia-atedl ill leal,,<'id. amid m- ta le held
111 ti l I ltit ll iil I ,'I, i lin ,, )d i a it. illiilh
iimr ol St'ts ain I nivmri.itav.
T i<-. iii. 'il \ill ,'onlit t mi tie t- lii,..st
**xrilrts i t li -l tte: Sui .eriti n d.ilient I..
I\ liin holiz. Mlrs. I. It. N.oIthe.s. lr. .I. I'.
llta 'r'-k'. i I'rE sid- liit Fot rlies. nhrir i'
Siln I- hi.iadl in ti' t hl >rmiitfry iof the I ui-
v\'a.rt l\. lhilich ire litted utp with Iiathi
t IlonlI., .lllt, lnlhtll,.. dlll d \',everY -oll-
a\.,1ilIlt., itl t ll | | %%e" k. inli llidinli
.Illlll 9li (a n mIil.. mi .ll t ll.i 'Sa l. %r \.in, k ;Il-
lI.;I ii has iN*Imhit iful shiadv stlIrets.
al %a\ lil tlit **'i tI dI g mi t illto till e oullll-
T|a. tnii Tl e9. a.0' I* fligii. eleg anlt earb' y
La. -ra. effort \\ ill li- maldc tao iiiakeu this
., i. b li l most Lthiam'm(ill i l thIs' tatle,
ali-tiial lotl hir ptlia.ili g teaches' e-
a iI i.itti,)ii lir all w grades ianl for g'nertlI
'ill t ll l,' k
il thle ilapparalit iiind auiiiilnritit ol
tia, I tiiler'itv will tb. it Ilt e iwr' ie iof
it tic iih.cll'rm. including the pln.dild lilu-
,\ \\h illi a triltiilnei ilitrariaun to mere
a\ il l' iiit eaItt'.a .
l .. 'llUm tia gp*t riIlilmUd re'eipllt. ,Allt\' ilig
mil l[il% v p l id fil tait' ito le-Lalil. You
i ,i i laaii ih' t m'iii fior npi' -e-faai'ith lu\e
. ~',.,ol ,.ilii M|la ill I Julie 24th
li \l S \ hlit-,lE a i lliit' ,ft tthe IiaI -
\;:lllr lal It.llnk obf 'iil ltrl'.it. lm\Ia. ill i
, ..ltll letter gli\ .- illf ,xper'iellf, \w ithl
1 ci.! | iit.-r in hii einiilaoy. that will t.. a
\. !r t. l. .li-h r liiit'-hallni-s. lHe i .- i
hiail c.,llitrp iteir uorkinigiornim \\ h \\ a:i
, ,itllm1 i, to i. p o urk ftor .v era'l datis n li
.9, u li at atiimil Irou I ,ul1ild with alidu ii'lh a i.
I illiUti 'l i li tm 1 ill t l tl I lit I lad ti .e iliii-
; :i1".I titilledti alid thtit I'haiiiierl al 's
t'olic. mla i,'l'tinu1d Ilit ihliha s It leimed hal
*illr li ime. I.might;lit Ilt ,ttlte of it fI rolii
lh I h'ilg'li.a- l h reli iiia l l itiiilliad tii ul t il
It'l ll#4la-a intirtid lhinm. amid lt is again at
hii., ,ik Flor ia liv till druggi-ts
New Line of Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords
and Sandals Just Received.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY,
CORNER IBEACHl STREETh' and 4PhtAX4mk AVESUEL
Ilaus a Select Stormk of......
I'l)MBS1 AtND T'IIILPT 54 IA I'.A
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
IR.. 1 JONE.S. proprietor. eau be consultedd profes iouallv during business
hours; offlh hours. Sunday. 9:() ito 10 :30 a1. 11.; *2:34o is 4:30 p 1i
-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
1 I, watedtl u tlie Hlhliiax River It nminiaands a tuiost attractive view iu every dir
.-tio, I and no tintr It-ation ra bie found in thi vi,.iuit y. I luring the summer the
hliotsi.e has tWelin enmilarged by lithe addition of a wing on thle southh side: the room are
single or -nisuite. A new dining roomWii ti been built on the m)uth side giving a
suniny *vipiosurpe and in light and cheerful. The parlor, oftive. hulls and rotuuda have
twIi enlarged. hath.li and lavatoriest have iwen added and everything done for the
oitnlort r and ouveiuieuie of guests. lThe hall is one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
is illn lilarge of a c-,ofiiitefnt Ichef and it i4 the especial aim of the managewamat to
kee p the table up to its usual esxcllemv. The house is tree blox-ks north of she de-
I it. anld otconvnlienit to ith- 'Pot tOffiie. lii'hn-he.. St-olHs.tc. und is within a inil
ot thle otwan with its inagniftient beach for wheeliug. driving or autoing. Ratee
#2.5.0 pI r $day. $104) perl week and upwards. aeording to loratijon.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
are Headquarters on4a.a*a
Feed -d Grain.
MASON & WALL CO.
Third Building South of Postoffice.
-. *' *
and Sr Fly Ndtthng.
on the Market.
EoIldE I S 111lul l l*
Try Us On Job Printinig.
OUR WORK UNSURPASSED.
r ---------------------------------- 0"0000*"*0094
, T-t- -
I)Itl',;S FOR I'Arp.xi, MFDICINFS. BRUSIlEs.
- ,e'. ~.
Sold by W. F. GILLEB Jr. Co.
PbIdes Every SMar *y.
EDWARD i-i &Ot:ALD,
e*te agad Preplswr.
uiMbcription. St.5o per Year. to Advance.
Advertising Rates on Applicatio.
Entered at the Postofflice at Daytona. Florida. as
Second class matter.
Saturday, June 15, 19g1.
Steel rails have leen advanced. Rea-
son: The trade will bear it; what more
do you want to know?'
A Chicago preacher says down with
the low waist. It couldn't go much
lower without making serious trouble.
'uder the amended law bly the legisla-
ture it will go severely hard with the
man caught welling liquor in adry county.
Whiskey found in a niamta's place of euHsi-
uSem is satiicient evidence to conit ict.
The edlitior aid hiAs wife. says an ex-
change. disagre' \\ ithi each other very
materially. She sets things to rights
and he writes thing. to s t. She reads
what others .\rite and hlie writes what
others read. She. keeps the devil out of
the 1hol-use as Imuch- as possible, and he
detains him and cout.ld not go to prets
w. without lhin. Shi kLnows more things
than he writes., and lee writes more
things than slie knows.
The new postoftice ruling just gone
into effect imposes a tine of ( 3(K) or one
year's imnprmistonmenit on anyone who,
through can'le-.ne.ss or otherwise. takes
sone one else's mail and tfails to return
it immediately. This aioplies to news-
papers as well -as letters. People when
taking their mail from the oftice should
examine it before going out of the huilsi)
ing. It takes only a moment and playt
save a great deal of trouble..
|14U' K RtE.IEF Fult ASTHMA.
Mi"n Maud lic'kenii. PIarsons. Kans.,
writes: I suffere.-d e'itrit Yetrs with
asthma in i t wtoIrt ,)rinl. I halad t.Wveral
attacks during the i. -t. v..r 11nd Wl a not
expected. teo li'e thilIughli hell. I began
using FOl.E' s lhl\teh i\ T.ta and it
has never failed to ki'iv iumatlediate relief."
1Ir. J. M. Julle..-
are Nature's warning notes of
approaching danger from a dis-
eased heart. If you would
avoid debilitating diseases, or
even sudden death from this
hiaden trouble pay heed to the
early warnings. Strengthen the
heart's mu.es, quiet its nerv-
ous irritmatn an regulate its
adion with that greatest of all
heart remedies, Dr. Miles'
"Darw itns through my
eart, left aile and arm would
bo foowed b smothering, heart
M f and fUntl1F. Dr. Miles'
Cure has entrely relieved
S6 Kewame St. ~Milwakee Wi
controls the heart action, accel-
erates the circulation and builds
up the entire system. Sold by
d ists on a guarantee.
Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
R %Ki Q 1 6 %
Under this caption we will publish
Communications on topics of local
Interest. Make your letters short
Sand to the point. Theeditor is
not responmble for opiniom ex-
*presed by correspondent. The
tnam noth writer musM hp tbemedl.
DAYrTOxA, FA., June 10, 1901.
Council met in regular session, with
resident pro tom Atwood in the chair.
Parent, Aid. Conrad, Foster. Rix.
Shemidt and Wicking.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Following bilkl presented and ordered
8. D. Jordan, cost McGri ease...$ 12.00
Snot for publicetion but as evieno e Stevens Bros. A Co., car tile pipe
* of good faith. Hand in early. Pellecier k Bix, use of wagoc.....
************************ Bond & Boad Co..lumber............
FIRST KICK.Mason & Wall Co., feed bill .........
J. Bratt & Son, blacksmithing...
J;ditor GazrrTT-NKWF: 1. Humphries, salary for May.....
People who are opposing the electric W. S. Rodgper, salary for May...
light project and want a nice, quiet pla-e J. W. Wilkinson. salary anil
should move to Enterprise. House are poitage........... .......
cheap, rents low; and they will have no S. Bennett. salary for May.........
trouble from any sounv. There are also E. T. Conrad & Co., feed..............
other quiet places. G(It:NNbK. Work on Ridgewood avenue......
A few blatant, teiii-religious, political
demagogues are kicking hard against
granting the electric light franchise, and
thereby exhibiting themselves in the dark
sphere to which they belong. They can
scarcely be designated tax-payers; and
are a nuisance in the town. Citizens, let
us get together and load them on Mrs.
Stanley's train, and dump the cargo over
in Enterprise. Welaka or Seville, where
they can find congenial surroundings.
Florida is now in great, good luck.
Frank Clark. the inexhaustible gas bag,
and political fakir, hashied himself away.
for good, to Oklahoma Territory. This
is certainly a good riddance. Another
streak of gooi fortune is the adjourn-
ment of the mob known an the Florida
Legislature. There never was such a
motley rabble seen at any State'scapital,
and their Insanity Divorce Bill is an in-
sult., eves to barbarism. They deserve
to ba4istracized from all human society,
loathed by every mother, wife and
1dadghter in all Florida.
Our County Commissioner made his
ac-customed pilgrimage this month to
IDeLand. to help the other "discounts"
audit their bills and pocket his pro rata.
The roads of this section are impamsable,
through his neglect, and we propose to
hew to the line. let the chips fall where
they may. This coast section pays the
heavy end ,of the taxes, and we are get-
ting no roauis for our money. The
patience of our citizens is well nigh ex-
hausted, and they are determined to
make it interesting(?) for the "fonsil.'"
The tow n 's alderiianic board is a mixdit
conglomeration of the greatest(') busi-
nets faculties on the surface of this planet.
and. were it not for the wine suggestions
of sonne garuloiusold ladies in pants. who
usually attend their meetings, the condi-
tion of the "buIrg'" would I. somliethiing
detplorablie--just u ihat it was during the
rotetit rain steornu. It is proposed to
oiiI'truc't a 'olid raft for the sole us. (of
11If"1 ('oiiiiiilli Coll iin'-il, aid, during the
iext deluge. with Ro.ss Miller. the negro
larloer'l and leavy('?) tax-lpayver, am pilot.
to float thli'(i ove-r all tihe "low'" and
tho olee l side-walks iii town itn order to
g i\. Ihe.llf ni. ol l j".t ss.en.
TABLE, of M TIDE.S.
Week le.rinning June I(i. 1901.
Sunday..... ..... ................ :.7
M uday .......................... 7:45
Friday .............................. 11:13
Wednesday.............. ........ 3:21
Saturday .......................... 5:3S
NuImmiK Y STOK-Satoumna,
Brown and Pineapple Orange 30 cents
apiece. Phoenix Silvestris Palms $1.00.
Apply to E. N. Waldron.
Following resolution was prevsnitel
and read: R solved. That the thanks of
the Common Council of the City of lhty-
tona are tendered to the Hon. 'ha. I..
Smith for the prompt and efficient liaw-
ange of tihe amendments to the City
Charter. Moved by Aid. Schmidt, sw-
onded by Aid. Conrad, that name be
A petition from E.. (i. IAnge ws real
stating that he withdrew the plans pre-
sented at last meeting and submitted
wT'. ones for a boat house to he located
i., iront of lot 4. block 1. Same wen- in-
mpected by the Council. Moved by Aid.
Rix, seconded .by Aid. Schmidt, that
same be granted. Carried.
Petition of W. W. Austin for sewer
from his Beach street property to deep
water in river was presented and read
and on motion of Aid. Schmidt. seconded
by Aid. Rix, sanme wasgranted. Carried.
Petition of Leon Despland for a sewer
from his property at corner of Palmetto
and Magnolia avenue for a sewer to
deep water in river was read, and on
motion of Aid. Rix. seconded by Aid.
Wicking, name was granted. I,
Petition for improvement of Second
avenue from Maahn' place to Fourth
street was read. and a bid on same was
read. It was moved by Aid. Rix, swe-
onded by Aid. Schmidt, to receive and
file for future consideration. Carried.
Moved by Aid. Rix, seconded by Aid.
Schmidt, that the Clerk notify owners of
uncleaned lots in block 66 to have s'aniw
Moved by Aid. Rix, s-ouKded by A1ld.
Scbhmidt. that the petition of S. H. Gove'
be allowed, and that his nails be rn-
instated on the registration list. Carridl.
Moved by Aid. Foster, neconded by
Aid. Rix, that tim Clerk be instructed
to write Mr. Schantz and ask himn to
make a written statement to the Counc-il
to same effect as one to Board of Tradle.
and put in time limit of plant to he in
working older and send Kame to oine.ril
for ac.*e|itanee. Adjourned.
J. W. WIlKIN.%oso. Clerk
The following is one of the prettiest
sermons ever written in mo few words:
"I saw a dancing bubble upon the silver
surface of a restless river. Fora moment
it sparkled with a golden light as it
caught the sunawine'sglory and I thought
how beautiful it was. Then it went
clear down. For a moment the river
told me where it had vanished and then
swept on without even a ripple on its
placid bosom. And I thought how like
our lives was the bubble on the river.
For a moment we struggle in our tiny
spheres-hope and toil and struggle. love
and long and dream, and then go down
beneath the surface forever. In a short
time the tiny ripples we have caused die
out and the great river of humanity flown
on undisturbed. So let us strive with
our brief existence to reflect only the sun-
shine, not mirror the clouds above us."
A SPRA I ED ANKLE QUICKLY CI RED
-At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. E. Cary,
editor of the Guide. Washington. Va.
"After using several well recommended
medicines without success, I tried Chanm.
berlin's Pain Balm, and am plead to
say that relief came an soon as I began
Its use and a complete cure speedily fol-
lowed." Sold by all druggists.
Holly ill New.
Mrs. C(ha. Harris went with mnie
Daytona friend to the inlet Monday.
The "Yankee Doodle" made a trip to
the inlet, carrying a party of thirty, and
from all account a gay time was spent.
Mr. Md4'oy has moved his house to the
river front, and is maklagother improve-
ments. He will find the ,comparative
abwencIe (f the Inoquito adds much to
W. B. Heath. formerly of Holly Hill.
writes from Canada of the many beau-
tiful flower gardenahe seeN. Why do not
we in Florida try to beautify our place
with a nore generous cultivation of the
many flowers which would grow here?
Mrs. (;. W. Harris has been confined to
her leel for the past week, owing to a
spraiikd sh oldere. which catmue much
pain. We should like to see her about
again, and hope ere long she will he
enjoying her accustomed good health.
Mr. Harris is feeling letter.
(On Thursdaty the "Tomoka" took a
party up the river whosenanme she beam.
A number whose first trip it was were
imuich delighted with the beauty of the
scenery at the second cabin. where the
"l'rinces I.sena" is taking her summer
vacation. All enjoyed a sumptuous
luncheon and returned honwme feeling they
had spent a pkl.tant day. Mr. Roxby
and elder son joined the party at the
cabin. having wheeled over there in the
early morning, and wt-re thus able to
e-cure onme very Ibeautiful photographs.
A (;t1D COUGHH MEDICINE.
' It speaks well for Chamlerlain's Cough
Riaedy when druggists sne it in their
fa miles in preference to any other.
1 e sold 4 'hamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy for the past five years with complete
@a faction to myself and customere,"
m Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van Etten.
". have always used it in my own
family both for ordinary coughs and
colds and for the cough following la
griplpe, and find it very efficaious." For
sale by all druggists.
Men and women of gKod address to repre-
sent us., ome to travel appointing agent.
others for local work looking after our in-
terents 900 salary guaranteed yearly; ex-
tra commissions auil expenses. rapid advance,
old established hoie. Randnd chance for
earnest man or wouaili to ncure pleaaut.,
pecrnmauntit position. liberal income and fu-
ture New, builliaut lines. Write at oee.
STAFFORD PRESS. New Naevs. Ce1a.
Reliable man for manager of Branch
Offi e we wishl to otIni iin this vicinity
If y mor ri-os.ird is (). K. here is an oppor-
tunity. Kindly give good refernee when
writing. TIHE .. T. M)RRIS WHOLE-
S.iF1 H(I 'SE. Cin.einatti. Ohio. IIIlus-
l Iittedl *;tt al<>hgue 4 cent stliamlps.
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
plates: $2 and Upward; Special to
NKW SMYR NA. FLORIDA
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.
)Door anld Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
at reasoinble prkes.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
A Fast Comfortable Launch for
Charter to any Point.
-AND AL *-
NO OTHER EAI:~ *m
THE NEW YOMC PLORl IA EXP
AND THE U. & FA*MA .lk
Too e h em d I4
THE CINCINNATI A FLORIDA LUMMft
To the West asnd Noetl*wW-e*.
The Um throng h "**T Lad ,T the SL ofhth9t
prgs, N. C. Fimast Summer I'^3Aws o. ei
Word. Thruga h Sboplug C re f Mi J amvm e to
AslMville mad et Sprei r, Nuth Caroll.
Ol0 Iis-N U (w of- uI 1 pui. 0M^ G9IM i T
Through Vestilmbed Trai, Pullbas Drawing-room Slpa'g Cao, Thsgh
Ce4mhe. Ienllt Dtalg Car Smivie.
Through Tnra via the Southers allway ar Opmrsd ia Cen.MtI wIhM
the Plt System from Jach lls.
For RaIMs, ahedulesM d Informtonsell es or faddsm
W. T. CoSYT. TravalIn Passenger Agesk M WM. ay I JACOIXVI.gl, PLA.
8. M. HARDWICK ermal PeaerAgt., W.U. TAYLOI. ANI. Oe.P. tAg..
WASHINGTON, D. 0. ATLANTA, GA.
April aSgt, 191.
Florida East Coast Ryl
Time Table No. 82. Ia Reet f ay 0), 1901.
SOUTH BOUND (Read Dow.)
(so" SUp) NOR=E WumW.
9.aNo $ Ma.teX.11
0L.........1133 Mi .......Lvi
Omam~scur p s .......
Whus ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ....... u~.~h k h usa hs rh ny s~
~ ~ aves~g gshv..........5~
PIWINULBAR AND OQIMDINTAL
STUANSEIM CONNUCTONS AT NIAUE
BET WB MIAMA, EKBY WBST AND HAVANA.
wa.sp a..a. Uer Sooug~ A his~
L~oaard Gill. Mamagr W 'W
Strictly First Class,.
SXA SBMEXZL AV LO
~ .~. at
oft t's DiAy.
- s ~mmm loft imisMy for a
W mma aMm the mamr
wnhe. o ast Is tha cost at
am Moo Bros. new Peals, drium
Mr. amd Mr. A. Benedict le: Thursay
r their heko.
Wo*ra Mtmiealy this week on ac-
yvr .-I w n Vt weather umbrella at Moore
yeeghatyec lwe w a .w1 AU e ma d pairs.
-~a f Ia. -woy to iamn the printing
W&m- ma .- &. b_,_ bsimas. Appy at thit oSe.
m si m- U- m-% --
a memiOwywwdbe pa for b ie .kee
eets a we*.
-bren wheat bmnd made Mad for
) oad by Mmr. Omnh u, opposite t
...3 ood HoWt.
flto New York a"tr"u for I MAe.
nof the editor.
B. C. .bllm and Mayor Femiter wen
O kOe rn IlANId 0t 4Seray to
tine beal game.
George L. Waft= has e mnder the
w@aher th pet wvia&but Is agin. able
MmB. GA. Foey as beem Mviitiag with
frlg hel Ouan Oty derfg the week.
Ibkeim xyted hone today.
; 8. H GOe arrived from Nase Mos-
Sday Wmd mi mmtaatly start the er
L &. S woele. the trsAIhg eight
agent of the Clyde Lie, as in town
Ma nmy drumming up buimem.
MM. E. P. Shipman. a prominent hotel
wmm of Pablto Beah, wasma Daytona
hmt Monday, with a view to khiating.
For dliW and comfort in Afthma AL-
LAm's Htlonmoxu tIm S P ihb ao equal.
Pri &5 and ct-. Dr. J. M. Joar.
W. A. Cleveland. manager of the Titus-
vTi electri light plant, was looking
over the beauties of llaytona lat Sun-
L P. Steward and bride, of Arcadia.
topped off at Dytoma so their wedding
trip Wednmsday. -Mr. steward is a
promiwnt young merchant of An-adia.
A card to the OGa W mr-NCws from
Jesse E. onge states that he and Mm.
Loage have arrived at Colorado Springs.
Mr. LoUg aiuswured a position in the
airgt grocery in the city.
A thankful wife wat the following
eno--adtioa to a patent medicine
inrm: "e-tsmten: Belore taking your
medicaie I war too weak to spank the
baby, but now I can Uk my husband.
Heave b his you."
Coavereatio, overheard at a front gate
on one of our prhk pal stet: He-
-Darlig, a aite kiM Iron those lips
wem eitoxkicae me." She--"Bt this
S. ta ppghbitioA tows amd I can't sell or
gve away anything that latoxirate."
Mm. J. C. Maley and daughters. MmMvn
Fmeosme and Bell, will leave about the
Oft of July for an extended visit at
Wlaimeport, Pa. WllfNamport was
ws Mrs. Maley's girlhood home, and
06 shbes back to visit her relative.
but omw i thirty-thre years.
Dr. Sety mad we started kor the Pan-
Amrkmaa, lt Friday, by way of Wash-
ligt Harrisburg ad .Niagara Fall..
Vt sasW et they go to Mount Clemens,
Amp, where the ikx-tor w ill open a
tMaliory lor the manufacture of Mineral
Wt rSalt. A goodly number of their
iolme gathered at the depot to ,me
N**A t Aoubled with nervous sleepess
e- es li come to Fklrida. The other
might ia ainmevile a young man arose
iste hs eep. walked out on the upper
vmamiah, stepped off and ell a distant
aloigtees feet. It never waked him
mad he went right o peacefully slumber-
ing t the bhmakMt hel rang. Nowhere
dee eut i the balmy climate of Florida
endid a man deep like that.-Tamps
E. H. Purty. of Daytona. whome con-
vietion at Tallahamsee for keeping a
ga fmbitahg house. was referrel to in thesew
eotmas two weeks ago. has been men-
d by the court to pay a floe of
r *. M or to serve three y4he in the
Ipmitntiary. He is now in jail at Tal-
lahiAsme trying to get bond that he mav
appeal to the Supreme Court. If he fails
he wil have to serve his term of three
years. The people of Volsia do not
L qmpanhi with Purdy, but their eym-
pmasy in with the wife &ad threechildren.
P eehbes ar beginnzng to arrive from
IDL iMd. A load or two came in Friday
J. A. B etrom andoCha. Bostrom were
down from (Prmond Friday. They re.
port pi-ty of rain.
One of the horne on Conrad'. delivery
wags clipped and fell on the shaft,
baking the sanw. Friday evening.
Mrs. W. 0. Cou.rAd and children will
ave the 24th of this month for Fife
Lake, Michigan, where the expect to
make thir future oitne.
There will be anexcurMion next Wednes-
day from here to Jacksonville. Fare for
the round trip $1.8 Train leave at
:.30 ia the morning, returtniig aPt 7:52
in the evening.
er. Waltou and son. Georg, left Wed-
meeday aftern ooi for Oklalioma City,
Oklahona, whei they will spwad the
greater part of the nsumnier. They will
return in eptember.
R. I. Wall returned Thursday e-veuing
from his trip. After returning to this
Itountry from Cubaii le visited tlhe an-
'Atmerican, and relatives in Wisconmiii.
kAwa and Illinois.
The lltanud Imll team en. i- .verr Itst
'Haturdaiy with the ititelioi oaf wiping
the Ihaytonu t,-ami off tlhe itv of the
earth. The pla3 itg was pretty icu c-h all
one-eided. The s-ore waits 12 teo 7 in
favor of Ihtytolna.
A letaU u of lhe-al Iaotw hall tramais has
been formed. It takei in lnvytoia. lhe-
Land, Palatka and Titusville. The-l.om,
boys atre -imuulating a pal-'r, tthei object
of which in to raime a fund to prt-ure
suits and (other things newetary toennal'e
them to make ai gtod a showing as tl.e
other team. They mak the to tlal-ratik u
of all .itiaia*-. A. .~.. 4poffolrd is manager
and W. F. Stevwart, eamptain.
A young titan of lhtvtona was at a
social function tnhe other night where it
lell to him lot to entertain a young lady.
and as she was pretty alid full of life h
enjoyed himself very well. She had a
short seeved gown and Ihe thought he
had never seen suh beautiful anur, but
she semeed Il sit ease and finally atid:
"I wan vacci4ated the other day and it
took beautifully: I told alniot scream
it hurts No." He gamed at the faultlie
arms in atonishment anti aid: "Why.
where were you vTe-inatl?' ". lit le-
Land." she maid with a minile. and the
young man nearly e411 off him chair.
W E Johunson's family have moved
Mr. and Mrte. Milburu d-rove up to lay-
A. Hardemau hbu sold hib pet Otter to
W. W. Auptin.
There was nao cardlt irt lshit Tuesday
ou account of the rain.
Mrs. Kite-oe returned Saturday from a
prolonged visit in Daytona.
James Piarrot in having a house built.
on the kit he lKought of Boatwright.
Miss Belle Murry has been visiting her
grandmother. Mrs. E A. McDaniel.
Mim Guilda Murry came up from New
Smyrna and pe" t Sunday with relatives
Dr. and Mrs. DuBois and Mrs. Capt.
Fosuard drove over to lelLand Monday.
They expect to be gone about a week.
W. W. Austin. acc-ompaniedtuiy young
lady. drove down front Daytoina. and
visited the plates of interest bere., this
W. J. Catheart. representing the Ar-
mour Co.. was in town Monday. and G.
E. Muriel was here Wednesday. They
air two very popular travelling men.
Chas. E. Smith, one of our oldest reti-
dents. purchased the E. 4'. Vots lot. cor-
unr of Church and Lafayette ttrvets, and
has ordered the material for a cottage
to be built thereon.
-- i uJLV OF uRuu WINES Mrs. Milbum started Wedineday morn-
Sumlm LBy.lmarmo r nst'wainM lg for Canada, where she expect to
As & atd I .paycia tho gout p d the umwmr visiting brother and
A*w sad BWOeps who have sd it. water. She goes by the Mallory Line
OiJ aweah toDesade sadVi sna *teamer Bio Graund..
Jam. H. SimoOds md.iusU Biarbhe
Osbom were married WedmMeday *t the
home of the bride&'japsW Mr. and Mrus.
James M. Osbort BReC. M. Biamham
Both the bride and groom "'growd
Wp" ta Daytona, and are well and favor-
ably known to our readers. We join
with their host of friends in extentling
They left on the afternoon train for a
short trip in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
and on their return will be at home. to
I lt'hokic bread, pies andl taken at
Mrs. Granaliu's. op~ioite the Ridgevwtetl
w beom 1 1r"
4Loely Women in the Lagar
,w at the QUIto Ceelros, Portugal.
'- Gir treading Grapes, to music, wearing short jackets and short linen'p0-al
but a peat vity of headgear. A violinist, seated on the edge of the vat. fiddles
whfl or two o the da s joi in with their voices. keeping time with their
fAt. trading the rape.
Rubber Rollers are Used for Crushing the Grapes to Make
Speer's Port, Burgundy, Claret and Other Wines,
Which, asis well known, rival the world in excellence., for invalids and
aged persons, and are made fromthe()portoraper, iwn on vines im-
ported from Portugal forty years ago. The soil of northern New Jersey,
containing iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uNes the
improved way of mashing the grapes. lie emplys large rollers of
rubber run by an engine which crush grapes at the rate tf a barrel
a minute. Speer's Wine:;, especially the Port and Burgundy n\,,w in
mar ket, are of very old vintage, and have no superior. Physicians
r and near prescribe them for weakly females aniid .agd persons.
heyare blood-making, adding iron to the system, and tend to pro-
long life. Extensively used at parties, weddings and general family
us, Og'SOLD BY DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS WHO DEAL IN WINES.
Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
Cleanses the System, Punfies the Blood.
CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
U Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Every Bete GuarMti to She Satisfactioa.
SeabWxJlaMS, AA C at..L. .
Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis, Mo,
Sold by Do..J. M. Jone..,.
OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.
Jmreamsa M .imN V Jacajim, oas w
-. >ly voaek-, asif *y
ar fsiU id tor meh 4t'Mhebarge. .
U. X. WAL ard. n Aforesaid.
Drtma-, ha. Apa"1 3 SL
Tiere will be a e heln at CaoweI
Clar Factory, Monuer, *sl, n o]ltinniag
from *2p. mt. naUt I t legally rei-
tered voters redim Offthia the oamitR of et
propavhedi Iorp tdsa te Purpoe of Ian
orporatitng the tow of Holdy Hill, Volusla
The metes and buna& of %ai 4ieorporation
will be as follows: commencing at a po|it
where Fourth aveue would iInterect the
.hauinet of Haitle =Riveri seo avenue being
the 1aeth boubsiy of d J. M. Hernandez-
Wiirant s, d,.tw lanhp 14 8. ranges !2 E..
,ihrue-ne alfmg6111WOfmOdWRYonnee8.W tt>ei -
Itr -teet. theane 5f.1 along center of sid -trevt
to center f MUas3o avenue. thence along saU
avenue to the Balitfax river, and in amie di-
rectios to the channel of %atd river, theer-
followiug channel of said river to place > of b.-
The above described boundaries bheiti ii
towitahips 14 and 1 s., and ranges :C and:::
All -*f the proposed territory is located in
Vol nlia (.'rMitiy. Stae of Ilori'la. aS 11ahn1%o Du
rl t-' of rn'.'oil In the oi ce of Clerk of Cireeit
ul rt of Voeisia County. Fla And al.o there
% ill ie elected at tbhe sane time and pla-.e the
4 Put. Mayor. '
One C. llector
O i 'sity C'lerk.
SIn-. Treairer. |
Atil i also wet name for intp ptorsuf -aii lec I
tioin the- following: W. 4&. MeBridn, .1 King,
4 hla-. liari- ,anid for Clerk W. B. Paut ii.
A E. Mas4,. J KinK.
eit 1j. MCov. yC. A. rarke--.
W. II. Heath. W. A McBride.
Arthuir Carter, G. W. -Harris.
W'In. M-Coy,. W. H. POsten,
.,e,,. Hirri.. Wm. Wethernll, It .
a F. tthetre.ll. Win. Wetherell, -r
T. \\heflive, ll. W. B. Mt-Coy.
k. IKniler-on. W. II Harris.
i. \ t( arter. E. N Rowe.
T. CH1V<.' J H. Johna.ti ,
T. H < av... Sr., H. C. j atrl>-ripeMi;i.
ih.11, 1 i ;. ail .. '. Iy I', elt i.
A. J. HICKS,
kill, I- a nf ( hll, 1) s'i <- l ,>I ', \ hi,",, w, -,i \
o l l. i tr-.. : i. r ta il
wn moot heeMUng o ve In to world
Daytona Ice Co.
1VW W 'KI. ,. Mtanagr
Made.l fa~i i-ow al.- Atter.
A PEWFS"HILAILTH BREA
PURINA HEALTH FLOUR
Wbkb coofbo ON I 3srlmeg
domess04Gs" fom t~lwhai.
O)ppos'i-it iaeIw%,pod Hcotel.
Tri- Weekly Sailings
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
aillag at C'harl-.t,,on Sc .'., tb th b wa.a
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SEiRVICE
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
I |..,.t .S- t ,,. e, ,' \ ,.,
JACKSONVILLE.. BOSToN AND PROVIDMNCE.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
,I:lah 2 I iin ti -1', I 0 \V \ -
-- p..:~ ~ -~ -
BY LAND AND SEA.
to New York. Boston and
Short Rail Ride
From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville
S.JI Ie~l RIVERlLaaE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
kIcp''[t; P % 1. %'' k%. :-rTq II T FR Ai IS~\ .. l:-:iRLSFOaiIt. ;l)LL-Aa
\1 a NI I \4 \Te 1 11.1 t I\a N' ~l\ %'i I"
G V. DAY,"
I \11T U-Iada ,x
Tuesday and Saturday- at 5:00 p. m.
Monday and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Three
BAIL INGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections withiNew York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines
All ticket agents. ainil hio tls, ;a, irer u liail l aith ii itli> -.. -,.. ,,', -
W rite for ge neral inifotri- atitton. sailiiig' -.hecules. -1;sit n 'l'ro, I. I--1 .1 .. I. at
WALTER HAWKINS. .1. W. W\ .KINsi
tieneral A ugnt.. Juckoonm ille. Fla Age-nt. l;ayt, nit. I hi
P E LEFEVRE. Manager W. H. PLE.\s \NI Tr.tfi an me, '
New Pier. 35 North River. New Y.rk N\
General Passenger and Ticket office.
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
\ i II \ 1:I:T; i ,-' 1, i 1 .' i M Ii tit.:-Xl\,]i;R .IIn. I I' \
I I! alt. s. N- \ I.t -, ct t \\V,.lt H I .\ S i .I;. k,-.,,n\ ilte. Ila.
TIIl ns 1> 1i I.ElK Laa-yal I vt l. a l' 1'l. I \ 1.1. .\-. 1 I.a. ,.aapat
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THEO. U. EAGER, W7' P CLYDE & CO..
Iireneral Manager. q;e-i-rall .gent.
Lbeaebrough Building. 1'J Sta'te a (;i eitte Battery Park. New leerk.
u mmmmn nlk
aug ub momq e
him* of ka LT40104n of Lawvvdlmm
Kov m of 8lessik ft s ahh meto
hW606"09 I.- y"a" n *as msot
MA % bmWN and msuoisim
aatd by Bit.. ibhd=1
d winmbs, salstooe=a&in t
-OurTsub 1-. 61S b IN Ofa
matft*of oy t efthsmr
Udhl ugahw um -K.he *1
s~ w um wle.
mo" Ntb4 hWO hd~
it bn l"Mwh r.WLUymmi
l hruma ,N. Y., "hq Is heSmLIP
who hod tIscas o ele
sad OWWL Ot meOMvol." DSm
44 eehis as he Wow to v-" t
* md A& too"9Inshk *6
mdabw ofway to gla
If t -- ,--a worm in gryos
hew pM F *1 Wht cm". um inr
a* 0" wen a" hwlrieiandyes
It. 25 etL Dr. J. M. Jum.
Forbi~e m~ftgoto tbeadopteda
the SComp-any. ray
OWC "Pepmcometheny=mat by Flo.e
malXV Km", wty and h ibJA.Spgr o, on
th Of NWin-ISC mMQul atndOwpopulr imm
witC izu ga)RlM
Robert I Smith.
-' q ; .
MoMna's wIe hd tshgnmpby b bentg
2 tkof eadg. y=" es*el6the back-.
sks e- amoi awtomid, giu ieilty,
atwa mar mui er. aip'me Ku-
ma wo we loye m1 steS hO md
v ~r t* maIt -*r wL. TabO
so ststt if. J. M. JOmNs
Tbos n 1 iaft ldobdesri aiway
Rdweard Ha, a we l know bwinm
mm of labAsy, No., wrlt "I wih
to may r hAs bemt of odtstht I
was a adr ha be tehom hMAW
w O0d m ea Wmmw m I toIok l
nmon 'I hlamo d dtotry lb.
O bheens I am e ae" r. J. .AL
-Mai shlway eth mrort
yeo am l w V pMSawto M ta dm
lyhew w-go t .a w tmwt
hm euses ntheiahtamiu htdoeea,
thlhr ai- boe ss. ayeM to
1a-wome t in voew M ast s
eA miow, aMdd ktb m. Aspe
ol didrvi W NOhbver, ep ftsm
y poo raeead ,mn h od,
a.a~m a m P 0 0% 25 te B om b.
waNy dpbelros em the Caer.
00 at my. dMgs own aw getaea
sample of Camberaila's Ite w and
Livr Tablets. They -amm e mt
phtMm TGorabo imprw e appete,
m will emtor the mi -nraJ hmwtio ol
the liver. Pratowels. hey arJ.. Jto
take and pea boud ee ot be
A aowd o ruJ mDedeked. TamptL'sn
of dhordsnd liv, as it erb fomt
btgth, viord happen um n Hb.m
t. liver. Prim 50 eta. Dr. J. M. Joew. '
imedy. Pit s more bottle; tbe olite7
Spain cameto gd by pils, 00 tm opaae-
oiBzeaawr. NWism ibe
1OILDr. J. M. Jo.
Hardly a d&y pMs, in failie whm
tAm an ehlmsd, h which BULLA'S
PI. N O W b M 1 sDl. mua"
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thesuh .OW A toIL Lt
OeN" poeesem at ;wt e~s~
WAL" D HAwEIJE, m'lAg"TO
-J. C. HIMa, euuu l
Hotel Coquina, anto --rd
He Coquh it s stated em a bl dieedy overlooking the ocean. Whlis NASA'2 ClA
oIMan h ne def igh tiOs m hoe, It iT only ten minutes walk, or Ine lmtems
by hoemea, romtheaOM Vw reSWd palm ehaded walk sothe bh o the O
Bfaex ier. It i tkwoashefrom the ralroad station, being connected with I-t.
IV bomear. k waMf al s atdrives, grOve of lemon, oraMge, m d rm tropi- We s A U-
at bdr avsumm offender and palmetto. BRiver, ocean, nrf-bathling an d Se
Ah. The lheat is deMghtl, and is beneaal incases of overwork or er ous
W. opmaboatt esAsudjfme,butwileminaptototakeoca.io t **"DIX E FtL..YE R HOUT1.
For farther l imatmo addse, D. B. MATHkO Ormou.d, Florida IW.LE DAILY CONNBCTION WIrT
*_____._ .. NASMVILL 52Y -
N or E sa uom tio
Butfalo, Y. a-.:**
May i to November i, 9oi.
The Seaboard Air Liner PLANT
Oren low eurwslion rates from a&l I'i u. "
into. rlokots on alde datly. Rates from To e a .I. "'
JacksoaUe $42.80 and "42.95. Corresponding 1U" ,ma. .-m.,
low rat" from other points. -__ -
Th~~eD* ail evktt incldkh gSayvia ~ThmWest "
Richmond and Washi6gtn. 7v
Latest Pullman Fauipment.
t -A "
TO KEY WEBST AI 4 HAVANA
VIA PENIM.LAR ad OOCIKTA] i
inoTlNmva .." -- s s-saaa
L L & BUNCH, Gm. o s AAgent, Portsmouth, Va. L
A. 0. MwDONELL, Am Gen. Pass. Agent, Jackeonville, Florida. "
WINTER TOURIT-r ?tK* Cri
will be on oak throughlout the Nort _-ader ., Wee gege n M to 00 44
allmloridaresortsavia the Plant the mai ,-d Ne 1gW /giBM"e i
K ND & BOND 0., return-u h..e m.itA
-MANUFACTURER8 .OF- Add'e of ia the North snt to the il n he "
supplied with nal anftomiiration and he oe astit og rM
Pough and Dressed Pine Cypress, For infomatM to ratesdelinaevtlomete,e- orwit
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West ltm Mmvil. t.-ie
W. B. DENHAM, eeral Superintendt, W.W T R
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, (. .
flooring, **iiagiln Florida East Coast
C.ck.Us LmaId Cmat InF ridas S_
Psoxv as 01 Meseeds: E"t Cmast Ray A"d Ora Ave-.
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V -ORMS..v vEInrU ia AU orders pmp, Writer gtel,-M
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