Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00389
 Material Information
Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: June 22, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00389
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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Woo0*1"MKl i Satefrdas Carr"& t

At the election held last Saturday 101
votes were cast, of which 83 were in
favor of granting the franchise, 5 anti-
light and 13 were illegal. This was a
very large vote considering that only
citizens who are property holders are
entitled to east ballot in an election of
this kind. Twelve of the persons who
cat the Illegal ballots were evidently in
favor of granting the fr.uchiwe.
The lack of energy you feel, the back-
ache and a rundown condition generally, i
all mean kidney disorder. FoLuB's Ki.
SEY CrntE will restore your strength
vigor by making the kidneys well. Take
no substitute. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Whenever you find a man finding fault

with a local paper open It up and ten to
one be hasn't an advertisement In it;
Ave to one he nevergave it a job of work;
three to one he does not take the paper;
two to one thatif he i a subscriber he is
delinquent; even odds he never does any-
thing that will awist the publisher to
run a newspaper, and forty to one that
he in the mort eager to borrow wlheu it
<-omes out.-Exchange.

It speaks well for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy when druggints use it in their
own families in prference to any other.
1 have old Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy for the past five year with complete
stldeaction to myMelf and eustonmer,"
y Drnungt J. Goldsmith. Van Etten.
X.T. "!t-hav always used it in my own
buuy both for ordinary cough, and
eau. ad for the cough following Ia
gripe, and ind it very efflcacious." For
ale by all druggisto.

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I Editor GAzzrr-N'ws: The side-walks of even the prinap
In accordance with your request, I will business thomglans. Olepo so
give you a brief outline of my trip and a O'Reilly stnet, ae so marrow that it i
few of my impresions regarding things almost impoMiblelor two people of ave
I saw. age ize to walk .jby lde, aMd #amk
On the afternoon train of Wedasday, CabhAt4et, ib u.nof ala
April 24, our party, seoaisting of Are equal impor a&s ww aeeomam
omn, started for Miami, arrivingat that modate but 'As a eomequmae
place late at night without the happen. these conditions, aOMy people am "wall
1n8g of anything worthy of note. After ing the stmrets" all te time. Ofour
a comfortable night's rest and an early some of the modern streSt0 c
breakfast at "The Bimrayne" we went Havana are as'Vd as any found in a
out to interview the captain of the mail- American city qde,anaw piue.
ing yacht we had 'harterdl for the The out of Hava
voyage to the [Ile of Pines andl (Cut. i a surprise no who a 111
It was not until after four in the after- find an unclesan 4ty. weethe A leA
noon that all arrangements were con- occupation the b iatibeadW s
plted amid our supplies on board, and in attended to that now they look sahos
a few minutes we hoisted our sails and as clean as those of any of our cities.
weme moving slowly down Biscayne Bay. I was ~i t d that th e is much ye
We dropped anchor the first night just to be done, however, in the matter o
off Cape Florida. It was not until the drainage, and the city in about to be
next forenoon that we reached Key West bonded for an immense sum to be usm
after a most delightful trip among the for this purpome. When this work &
celebrated keys that lined almost the done it in hoped Havana will be ma
entire distance of our trip to this point, healthy a city as any in the world.
While Key West is an interesting place If one expects to find many AmerieaSi
to visit, on account of the large cigar filling oflwes about the city they will bi
manufacturing, and the sponge indus- disappointed. You might spend a daj
tries. it is far from being an attractive in Havana, having business selationl
city; in fact, its general appearance is with numerous health, custom, poli
disappointing. There in not nearly as and harbor officials, and not see an
much eigar manufacturing done here as American unless something out of the
formerly. Tampa being the gainer be- ordinary should come up. You would
cause of certain inducements offered. then probably be referred to mom am e
One in reminded in visiting Key West occupying a desk in some government
that here was the center of many im- office, and here you would be almost
portaut naval operations during the sure to find an American. The Cubans
recent war with Spain, and that from are simply the cheesmen and the Amerl-
this little city one night a little over cans are the players. TbeverageCuban
thrw years ago our fleet started for the shows almost a childish lftdnes for the
coast of Cuba to open a war that was to gitter of a little baid on bise collar or
change the map of the world, and place sleeves, and often displaysan importance
our country in a most prominent posi- not proportionate with the office.
tion among the. first-class nations. There is no disguising the fact that the
As the action of the barometer did not Americans, who have had an oppor-
suit us, we postponed crooning the gulf tunity to live among and study the
till the conditions were more favorable. (Cuban1 do not admire them and feel a
The next night we decided to chance it, sincere doubt of their ability to govern
although we had onoe nmisgivings. Our themselves widely.
captain and pilot expressed themselves will ie a ga day for the Cub
willing to go, and al we were tired of Iwhen their lags a y run up over Mo
delay, we set our sails about five Sunday atle This llhboa miti l lWr
afternoon. It was our intention to fon'e Thi will bTh rmallatilom o that
make for a point in Cubu. about forty fondest dreamu They a. Idam ean
niles west of Havana. Shortly af tedelay arnme d ctio-o the Amera
midnight we discovered we were in for a g" _rl.
good-mized storm. and for a number of The foreign and monied element of the
hours the waves thlratened toengulf our island, and this includes the Spanish, as"
little craft. One of our party was so sea- anxious for the present government to
sick that he was distinctly heard to say continue as long as possible. As the
with mmuh positivenes that he didn't Cubans have now accepted the Platt
care whether the boat went down or not. Amendment there sems to be nothing
About nine o'clock we caugilt a faint in the way of giving them a trial at Mlf
glimipme of land. and two hours later we government soon.
found that instead of being west of As Havana is a much visited city. I
Havana we had been driven eastward, will not go into details to its numerous
so that we were then hut a few miles places of interest. including Its beautiful
north-e mt of Mlorro, Castle. which was parks with their tropical foliage, historic
then visible. An our mails were badly fortresses, prisons. cathedrals, "The
torn. and we were a little the worse all Prado," etc.. and as this article in going
through for the voyagp. we dleided to to be too long without such details, I
put in 96 Havanin for general repairs. will mention but one thing more about
Soon afternoon we sailedl into Havani Havana. Having read about a year ago
harbor, and as we l|pamcl Morro Castle of the thrilling rem ue and escape of
signal flags were displayed from a staff Evangelina Cisneroi from the women's
rnar the fort. announcing to those ac-'l prison in Havana, I had a desire to
(quainte with tihe code that a sailing visit the place I have no doubt but the
yacht had entered the harbor. We mailed story is highly colored as it was written
well into the harbor. ipant the nunmer- by the recuner. who was a New York
oum fortires,4. prison and public build- City newspaper reporter, and who in
ings, pant the wnrvk of the unfortunate now the husband of the rwscued. Still it
"Maine," which looks the same as it was was a daring adventure, and this iu con-
picturem just after the explosion. We section with many romantic features
became so inte'reted in viewing the lIt- mialde the hero, heroine, and even the
ter that we decided to remain near it, prison famous. The description of the
and about one o'clock we were anchordm, prison, its urroundings, the cell where
and awaiting a visit from health and three other prisoner., besides Mira (Is
enatom officials. Unfortunately we had neros, were confined, the iron windows
no yellow flag to display in accordance and all other details correspond per-
with the regulations. so it was nearly fectly. It will be remembered that Miss
two hour lpefore we were visited by the Cinneros on her arrival in New York City
proper health officers and permitted to was given a reception in Madison Square
go shoove.. Garden that was cordial enough to turn
The treeta of Havana seem very the head of any but a modest, *ensible
quaint and foreign to the average Amer- girl.
icman on account of their narrownes. [TO BE 4cTIUED NEXT WEEK.]








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A ird by Educated and Influential

Whe an d Ben Harrion, editorial writer of the Times-
Uonm aad -,l of Jacksomville. Fla., and John N. Rogers, County
*~-~S~ap slbatde the Board of Education, of Handernville, Ga., do
0vommtarily deeha the Franklin to be the most practical and dura-
ble of all standard machine. and that they would use no other,
It mist have asperior qualities. The writing is visible without
MIN the carriage. The mechanism i so simple thft a child can
* arm It. No trit combine controls the price. Therefore you can
bhy It lor 75, on terms to suit your pocketbook.
Good second-Ihad Franklinm for #25, and upwards.
Your equiries by mail, or it permou, will rnceive courteous and
prompt att otma.
General Southern Agent,

Nff NWH 'S., Charlestom, s.C.
178 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.

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Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; offie hours, Sundays, 9s-4) to 10:30 a. in.; 2::10 to 4::30 p. m.

In located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
action and no finer location ean be found in this vicinity. During tlie ummner tihe
houww bas been enlarged by the addition of a wiag on the south side; the roonin are
single or openite. A new dining room has been built on the south lide giving a
sunny exposure and iM light and cheerful. The parlor, ofBke. halls and rotundu have
been enlarged. Bathe and lavatories have been added and everything done for the
comfort and convenience of guests. The hal is one hundred feet longr. 'Tlw' uiNine
is ia charge of a competent chef and it im the special aim of the niunagenent to
keep the table up to itt asual excellence. The house is thrfe blocks nerth of the de-
pot, and epnvenient to the Post O(ee, Churches, Shbools.etc. and in within a mile
of the oce a with its magnai ent beach for wheeling, driving or aultoig. Ratse
$2.50 per lay. 10.00U per week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.

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Adverting Rates on Apiicatls.

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida. a
Second class matter.

Saturday, June 22, 1901.

l,4da'a Ta" Rate.
The people of Florida are not over-
( burdened by state taxation. The rate
for the present year will be two and a
S half mills, although the law permit a
rate of three mills.
It is doubtful, says the Savannah News,
if there is any other state in the Union
which has so low a rate except New
Jersey. In that state the trusts have
filled the treasury, and the people con-
tribute very little towards the support
of the state government.
When it is taken into account that it
has been only six rears since Florida's
orange groves were destroyed--groves
which were easily worth $15,000,000-
it must he admitted that the state's
officials and lawmakers have managed
windsely and economically.
And, as far as we know. the public in-
stitutions are not dealt with in a nig-
gardly manner. The officials are paid
fairly good salaries and the schools are
liberally dealt with. Confederate vet.
erans are given aa generous pesione an
are paid by any other state.
Why is it then that the tax rate is so
low. notwithstanding the heavy looses
tinhe state has suffered in recent years-
lomses which must have cut down ansses-
nient values very greatly?
The Jacksonville Metropolis answers:
The only reason we know of is that there
has been economy in the administration
in the state's affairs. The legislature
meets only once in two years. Unlike
the politicians in some states the Florida
politicians do not use the meetings of the
legislature as a meaneof getting together
and planning campaigns for the ofties.
Then pensions are given only to those
whom the law intends shall have them.
Two-thirds of the counties do not draw
from the state treasury more money for
se-hools and pensions than they pay into
it. It is true the state has little or no
debt. but that also indicates that the
state's affairs have been under able and
conscientious management. In her pub-
lic affairs Florida is an example to many
states which make much greater pre-

Miss Maud Dickens, Parsons, Kans.,
writes: "I suffered eight years with
asthma in its worst form. I had several
attacks during the last year and wan not
expected to live through them. I began
using FolEYv' HONE: AN X TAR and it
has never failed to give immediate relief."
Dr. J. M. Jones.

Week beginning June 23. 1901.

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Sunday ..............................12:27
Monday ............................. 1:21
Tuesday.......................... .. 2:11
Wednesday ...................... 3:01
Thursday........................ 3:49
Friday............................. 4::31
Saturday........................... :11
Sunday.............................. 6:43
Monday........................... 7:32
Tuesday ............................ :20
Wednesday ....................... W..
Thursday.......................... 9:48

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Aside from the serious inconvenience
and pain caused by piles. there is a ten-
dency to fistula and to cancer in the
rectal regions. Piles should not be
allowed to run on unchecked. TABLER'S
BUMECv PIE OINTMEXT is an infallible
remedy. Price, 50 eta. a bottle; tubes 75
ctu. Dr. J. M. Jones.


If TeY Ae G ptag Away This position and its purpose, appointed a
eNSW ee seethe U og ... commission to go about the State to
r, a s *cEIS collect exhibits that Florida might in a
That are oGmed by the Seaboard AJr- aure have repmentatioa of her nat
Line Railwva to the priAnipal reorta in oral sources here. Thatand other coo
the Carolinas, Virginia and the. East. edition beyond the power of the 8tat
including Portsmouth, Old Point, Wash- government tocontrolconspired to delaj
ington, Baltimore, New York. Provi- Florida in the work of getting her ex
deune, Boston and Buffalo. Write A. 0. l the blood, irritates hibit installed in the Horticulture build
MacDonell. A, C. P. A., Jackto ntille, Fla. ^Sl~ and ing until the last moment. Now thai

Providence, New York. Baltimore, Wash- aChes and pains in the tern- work is finished it is conceded tha
.Florida, in view of the difficulties with
ington, Old Point Comfort. Ocean View. pies, eyes, brain and spinal which she ha had to contend, bha mad
Virginia Beach and Portsmouth au of- cord. Headache, neural- an extremely creditable showing. The
red by theeaboard AirLine Railway impaired appetite, indi- attractiveness of her booth installation

arom especially attractive.3 o tnon, eepiI aneSS, e- ha been the subject of special comment
and Providence; $48.) to New Yrk; OUS eholustion and des- no.. l a tn compre enesm and
1.30 to Baltimore; ,0.20 to Wash- pondency all point to the variety of her horti.nitural display.
i8ngo.; tPo8. to ld Point Comforht. nere s that o Appropriately, the Florida booth in built
iagton $.20 to id Int comfort. weakeane d ervs that to resuble a palmetto bnt, the bea..
mouth an View, Vrginia leah andryingaloud forenewed andgirder. being draped with festoons ol
.Mouthi AN. i. gd ti strength and health. Spanish moas.
Tickets on sale daily., g,.I returning
up to October 1. l9l1 1T9r4difaEbeddeenTentpaa,.d- --.
Theseexcursion rate apply via I'Port- p1ia1,1hs.!Nlae lchl O .U ad SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
e rinmouth and rtamner only. pumssmcts oe m is b "Our little daughter hail an almost
Similar rat from otlMr Florida point'. Nervie wIswithodesm s fatal attack of whooping cough and
Two daily trains I.twee.n Florida R. L. F. Joeq, WO, bronchitis," writes M s. W. K. Haviland,
points and Portsmouth; niorning and of Armonk, N. Y.. bt. when all other
evening departure from Jawksouvill... il llremedies failed. we saved her life with
For any information write A. 0. .Mht- a r. King's New Diseovery. Our niem.
Donell, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. M* MV who had Consumption in an advanced
0 stage. also used thin wonderful medicine
and today she is perfectly well." Des-
Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the First ie rv in e operate throat and lung disease yield to
National Bank of Winterset, Iowa, in a soothes the nervous irrit.- Dr. King's New Discovery ax to no other
rewcnt letter gives some experience with *n medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs
a carpenter in his employ, that will he of ton, timulates digestion and Colds. and $1.00 bottles guar-
value to other mechanics. He says: "I and builds up health and antee by all druggist. Trial bottle.
had a carpenter workingforme who was strength. Begin to-day. fre.
obliged to stop work forseveral days on Sol by ew a cumua e
accountofbeing troubled with diarrhoea. Dr.. Med C.n lM4 NrsNiy roiar--S4atsumn, Parson
I mentioned to him that I bad been stmi- Brown and Pineapple Orange 80 enls
early troubled and that Chamberlain's a ir .PhoenixRilvetriPales $1.09.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reedhnd ee. Phni iletri Palms 1.00.
cared me. He bought a bottle of it from You may as well expect to run a steam Apply to E. N. Waldron.
the druggists here and informed me that engine without water asto find an active.
one dose cured him, and he is again at eneretic man with a torpid liver and SEVEN YEARS IN BED.
him work." For sale by all druggists,. you may know that his liver is torpid "Will wonder ever ease?"' inquire the
when he does not relish his food or feels friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence,
dull and languid after eating, often ban Kan. They knew she had ieen unable to
ATTNRTION TLACURML t headache and sometimes dizziness. A leave her bed in seven years on account
Peahody Rummer Normal at the Bat.ti- lfew does of ('hlamlerlaint's Stomach and of kidney and livertrmoble. nervous prone.
tifPeabol City Summf er Normal atn the Builti- Liver Tablets will restore hi' liver to its tration and general debility; but, "Three
S City of teLan in the Buil-ty. normal functions. renew his vitality, im- iotth of Electri" Bitters enabled me to
g of Stetso prove hiis digestion and make him feel walk," she writes. "and in three months
One of the Peabody Sunimer-lhoiol h.ta like a new man. Price, 223 vents. Sam- I felt like a new person." Women suffer-
been vacated in DeLand, and is to I lewld ple free at any drug store. ing from Headai-he. Backache. Nervous.
in the beautiful and comnimodious build- neD Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting
ing of Stetson University. and Dizzy Spells will find it a priele
The faculty will consist of tm tiinent Florida eat fale. Ild ssing. Try it. Satisfaction is guar-
experts in the state: Superintendent 1. 0 anteed by all druggists. Only -th-*.
W. Bucholtz. Mrs. L. B. Matches, I)r..I. F. 'T'lI- ituffalo Expres* of May 31 gives -.. .. .. ...
Baereeke, and Prmident Foritwe. lHo,-rd an elaborate dom'ription of til Florida A. Cec| Barnett,
can be had in the Dormitory of tiw I ni- exhibit. and sawym that the attractive-
versity, which are fitted up with haith iesof the Florida booth lhast been tihe S ph*ansdil Typewrit
rooms. electric lights. and every .on- suij.t of lse.ial .,ianeit. TheI article 'op.ving and Manifolding a Specialty.
venience, at $4 Ier week. in.iinig rn.als a. t'f01llow.S: -P.O.Box 44- Florida.
laundry, (one dozen piet v er week al 'TheIw elated, Florida exhibit in the Pk Haine Cottage, rez. lorida.
lowed.) Ilorticultural building is in place at last,
DeLand has beautiful shady str,.tw and the State suffer nothing by com- GuaranT Ad $ 90 0
pavements extending out into the 4-4buni- parimon to the big sister States wlk'h
try. fine for wheeling. elegant mearh.y 'ocapy NO much attention in the polno- L Yearl
weortN.. lo.ial inI f,! nation". Fruit and .Men and women of good addreu to repre-
Every effort will be made to make this foods in surprising profusion were dis- sent s, omei to travel appointing agents,
others for local work looking after our In-
school the most thorough in the state. played yesterdaya. from the tiny line to terets n 900salary guaranteed yearly; ex-
beneficial both for passing teaiahem'' .x- tiwe giant i.onielo. The pImnelo (grape- t aeot.liletons and epent-. rapid advae
aminations for all grades and for general fruit) display is tihe finest ever made. earuet man or woana to sere pleagsnt,
permanent position, liberal Inteome and fn-
culture. Somni of tihe largest welgh throw pounds tire. New, bnilliant lines. Write atonee.
All the apparatnus and eqluipnmeint of and over. The fruit isdisplayed to bring STAFFORD PRWs. New laves, Cwen.
the University will be at the series. 4f out tine contrastt etwween tihe four vari-
the teachers. including the s pletnid lilb eties of tIle wtnimefruit. tiheline, the lemon. WATZD.
nrry with a trained librarian to serve tle orange and the ponmelo. There are liable man for manager of Branch.
Reliable man for manager of Braoch
your interests. differences well enough known to thie
Be sumire to get railroad rweipt. showing ordinary %consumer, but the pomologist Ofke we wish t open in this vicinity
you have paid full fare to DeLand. You calls the four the same fruit. Many fine u your ro Kindly give good reisa whoppor
can then return for one-fourth fare. spe.imens of the pineapple are also K y gTv RwhO
&.hool opens Monday. June 24th. shown, and in one of the greenhouses wrting. THE AJ.it.MORRIS WHOE.i
there is a reproduction of a field of pines, tratL ,.atalogue 4 cent stamps.
ASPRAINEDANKLE JICKLY i'RED with t)he living plants Waring fruit.
"At one time I suffered from a severe There ar also banana twee. and in a
sprain of the ankle." says (po. E. 4'arv. few dsays orange and lemon tres will be OCEAN HOUSE,
editor of the Guide. Washington, Va. en with tie growing fruit.
"After using several well mcommendel "Otlwr features of the Florida exhibit F. W. SAMS, Proprieter
medicines without success. I tried Chamnn- are ostricl plumes made into boa. and Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
berlain's Pain Balm. and am pleased to Ether articles of adornment; the sponges, Regular Boarders.
say that relief came as soon an I began the irodalets of palmetto palms, root, NW FRI
its use and a complete cure speedilyv fol- leaf and berry. Relics of the old Senmi- NIw Iy NA. FLORIDA
lowed. Sold by all druggist. nole Indiman life alr shown. and there are
sioiptens of terrapin and guava jelly.
Most iiitereting in an exhibit of green MA5* UNJ ,
Edward Hues. a well known business vegetables fresh from Florida gardens. c tker amd
man of Saliebury, Mo.. writes: "I wish tomatoes. sweet potatoes, Irish lpo)ta-
to say for the benefit of others, that I toesw. leets and cucumbers. CV W W kr.
was a sufferer from lumbago and kidney "The exhibit made by Florida is par- IMoomrs and Window Sreens. Picture
trouble, and all the remedies I took gave tick-ularly creditable, in view of the fact Mouldings made to order. All kind. of
me no relief. I was induced to try Fo- that no State appropriation was made Furniture Repairing dononshort noticek
LEY'" KID.EY Car,. and after the iuse of for representation at the exposition,. at reasonable prkie.
three bottles I am cured." Dr. J. M. Thie G(overnor, however, who ha. all

Jones. along shown a great interest in theex-, Cottane Avenue IAyowA i.A.


NO P OTHORal = L -AM Tema
To the1 =n m*o nMeos.
To the WeeS em d Noett ewli.
Time Im thrw i "The Laud of to U Skr.' AMW --
Sprflls.gs N. C. FR S ummer atl bm Im
ASWAvNl*e *.d et Spd, Ne CN m

Through Vestabuled Tdao, Umms D agm m Seeplg Cm
Cedhesk. aeN-s-l Dihbg Car So,
Through Tranas via the Souther Railway r Operseed I Commei* I1
the Plant St0 e fm Jmtemovflk.w .
For RaIses,lsheshlem ad InmnsAUemsasleU se eriawes
W. T. C0*BY. TrvnUag PMasnr Agpt, = W, a Sp., JAOKSOUVILLX.LA.
* Z. *ARDWICK Gemeal PMeengrAs W... TATO, A .W AG ft sA. "A
April agth, iee.

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to be&maed.

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400obwheat bmsed mob M d
Ub wMm .Gnminb~Nwgopposit dth

C g.4 md stok edvamta. .ofthe
p. s ppolayto tuinact bed-

'P~m&-M101owdo iathe mmsr-
- ci seouthe"QUqj&lm1

-MsL J. : Ki- whe has been visiting-
S ab her soa, Saph ug, at Pablo

atn h_ l- afg a ...host for
two s.' barmo ItIIh be equip.
pnd wsh a ai-ho n power Globe mene.
Joha W. rdgea ot DeLad, w as
heity ceiling on mmerhant Friday o
t wink. He remprewest a eandy and
-mer bor.iam.
Mms. A. K. GuNs and daMgihter left
Wedamday or 'a two smwth's visit in
.ew York. They wet from Jackson-
* rft via he otyde Lime.
SS.-. Gove hise~i tlhe aiuetmon
Satebebta om hsmaMah Is" by tak-
ng5 two large oak tree away frn the
i -shia side of his homer.-
Th 6hedSaM of the ahitg trains we
eheaged Mo etay. The sowbibomad v
mppooEd to arrive Imm at 5 p. m. and
the orthbound at N a. m.
Cyclinghm its up and down. After
dh dowsSe BAXNX SALVK if you'reU
cat or bimed. It hiowlthe hurt quickly.
Tanke o substitute. Dr. J. M. Jowne.
M I. B. F. Fox. of New Sayrnm. with
aimmr ad Wallae' King, of Fort
. landerale, were i town this week vTi-
king with Mr. sad Mm. W. A. ee l*er.
T h Taskob Doe has bees over-
bhaued aMl inow prepared to take out
summer mermiou partiMs at special low
Mur sles. Addme M oy Brotbnes,
Sfd Hi. Florida.
i.a~b a-dgd tha the mail of Dr. Bot-
of t & Be, at Omied Rapide, Miac., has
bes held ap hy.the stoce depart-
amut. Itwilhem-nsitim that 4hey
wee neatled here season.
*1.. Me-a eaetmea*d- M Wmoua. IhrU
Reubervir where he has Iwo lookWgV
-eMhi mrwistagests. N inlim
--i hee wil hbe ano nwmually la" e
-* idlpches, sgrapmmad cin.
A "a mHalwo, m of West Prairie. WiL.,
-e "People roen tea mile to buy IFa-
'-I e lame, oveM," wtile J. A. Spero,
,.Jl-m, Ind., amays: "It i the medical
wuaedr at theaq.'. Dr. J. M. Jose.'
4hoo Tribeedf td Men hae"ebtsi
d mlreowingueuetormert allouths:
S" '-tf J. W. Wilham.; Semior &achem,
S1. Wa; Junior Machemi, C. G. Hobbe;
VSeo, C. L nakh eIeper of Recordo.
M. (o.

S"" tL dRs.e thw fouowkg of-
f a"M ..h mb J.. Rink; C.C.; E.J.
S.l 1V.C.; W. F. Gile Jr.. Prelate: W.
I u iet xM. of A.; J<.. Ouborne. M. of
ai m vd thB-e waond d-

SF. C. HA Nnd Mayor Anmable, of
.." Mytna riftor lst
FWW y. Ca amable is connored to
M hubm with ihmllns the most of the
mat oatthetilMd it is seldom that he
e eid touiet downo our city.
M e.mr tbai lenblarred witkspcknand
SpOt bnatifg before your eyes., or you
have paIm om the right *Ide under the
bs, tih your liver i Muaged, and you
meed a IE does of HEzms. to regulate
it. PriicSOcts. Dr.J.M.Jom.

Mra.d Mr. T. L. Puckett and baby,
adea wore is town Mt wek vildting
S w"iTfhdr Mr. P. ethti editor mand
prepristor e tlhe ceoa ad RockedgAe
ews. lme hed thepriating trade in
"-taMm n the tutomWatiof James

ll bft affs
WI.,'.. 5

thin ~t

6b Moom Bro. aew Pefcals, drm

- Mrmorth, of Ormomd, was in

4== vbm awe bqns ar-
.afta the am doeu.
'Wft.'Wlekft was among the Jackson
*4 vwto m Wedulday.
ft er O'Boylb will hold services at
New Myrna tomorrow.
LeIluqpaad I having a newer dug
from New hotel to the river.
Mr. m4-Mrn. Wi. Roxby and childmr
t Tuesday on their northern trip.
IM 0. A. Foys returned laeIt turday
rmm her vt with Orange City friends
NOW newh. wa over to oeLand
i0 wi" in bwini belore the probate

.* O oee brewd, piMe and cakes at
Mu. Oramia's, opposite the Ridgewood

Two st manhip tickets from Jackson-
rie tp Now York and return for sale.
q*u0i of the editor.
*re. -Se d had charge of the pulpit
O thbO N. Church last Sunday owing
to the illnew of Rev. Hawk.
Min Myrtle Rix left Tuesday with the
Iox1iy family for visit with relatives and
frisda in Mirhigan and Illinois.
For relief and comfort in Asthma BAL-
LAmI's Honmaouxo BSYvau has no equal.
Price 25 and 50 ets. Dr. J. M. Jones. =
A number of young people enjoyed a
pienic on the beach Thursday afternoon
at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. ('arson.

Mrs. E. S. C'anwell and daughter, Miss
Gra-e, will learv Tuesday for the North.
They will -sptnd part of the time in

(Established 1882.) *

Harry Wray accompanied tlw crowd
to Jacksonville Wednesday.
The young people of the Baptist churh-l
Gave organized a singing club, whi-ch
meets once a week at the church. All
young people of Daytona are invited to
Hardly a day passes, in families where
there e children. in which BALLAiR'S
8xow LiaIMMNTLTiqnot netwed. It Uiii-kly
cures Cuts. Wounds, Bruiscs. Burns and
Scalds. 'r'e 25 annd 5Octs. I)r. .1. M.
The marling of Ridgewood is iprogre.ss-
ing at the rate of about 20() fwt ijr diy.
Eight inches of marl is tl-ing put on in
thep entor nnrd .rra.lnnl- oi,.... t t... ,. I

: Kick p' 1
* '
Kolum. v
I'nder this caption we will publih
miunanitigims on topiet of keal
i interest. M.Inke your letters mhort 0
iiud to tpl point. T'le editor is
S Iot I itigln.ilil. for opinions ex-
Sa prewsed lby e-ores poil,-,lnts. The m
iinin oftlw writer must ie signe..
not for publlketion but as evidence a
D of got-l faith. Hand in early. a
**T** ****0*0 **** -***eR

I have this to say about the writer in
your Kirk olunmn who sign-s hinielf
*"N-xt W.-ek:" .- m person n that writes
m.ii l rot anl fal.seldl andl loes not sign
hIis lnlull tc his ll:ita-|t effulsiou im a con-
t'mi.ptiblr pIupp1y. .TJ. T .. Roim;.Fs.

1, 1, 1) D)t-8 EIE IT.

side", thus insuring I Ailf. t I41 14) s44'T1 MTthePle l:ic igh
The work- is under thelie sjervi-4m if I ~ll-. ta die e ccI a e .e~~ i ih
IFrnch. who is 114.dc wit as w-IIve'I ver I ''' o~i ari-ic-elbY.vsme], majorityy and
in rad miling ts y tillilllwiei. 111- Ithat tho 1 -it izeitls %will take .hold and
tim.Ike the- thing a hmliw-- n ir clg-e-5-. Mr.
The folIIovi rig ueiu-iw~rs ci t the. II klif~i x s,!ia liz -I'2W.g e-an*t~ t-i pi-w in what
Riflfts hass rt'ived l haeire.i-Alce-41i. idi lit.- 14 ljw ),$a. r IIlls,1*.wvli:11141 siel e
front the .Adjutant-lGenerajl: iegl~aiit WVciv4e all posi i lie 1,21eelite hurage**tuelit.
I) (o'.'aii, (elrionds 1. .1 Cclvali. .1 4 pl- AN EN Tit iii-siA sr.
clengha. C 0) Davis. MIisiviiaii.1 1 Praii)Jt.
Private% 1. W Baldwin. .Jamie~s But eI.-1.
I Dimigloy. u4n S C ('ha jqsM-l. 1II1I. Sliesbir v. .A sallow. jniumilivecl skitn is a synijiteoi
E: A Cords1, .Jim aii ie-y. W N I 4iithii-ii-.F 41cf eiscmrderevcl liv-er. asz it springs frontl
IfiI11 Jeo..1V'.eeiiW n i -JP11O ON1-st Li igel I -1g. j bilia 1vp imomms r-ttiflned ll Iilie IWeoodI.
laaau Lindsay. CIf 3 laliet i. It c leE,-4lrff. Which des2-troys, eINwigV. 4-110 4fuI1lltwis.
Ilrt Pellet t. hcilm iItti lperts. 1. Ilrr j Sttre'ng-t ht. vigor);. imppinessaznci Dkfe. Hr.-
Robmerts. I Sasrgriitnt. .Ie din Tl'io v. I use les,c lii' will n-store the iiatiturl fmii-ctiemns oaf
Van Dorna. A vil We~lme~r nil iItl F I iitelr- the. liver. l'rivee- .ct.( D[r. .1. 11. Jones.t

T~irl:l*E'FCtEuNCE it eF 9S1"C'ces WINES
Casll at 1111%.elrilig stor" aned .;cI :rvtIe kattiested by lily msilrilinl t hiroughount
L aiv l uer cTa b Sle ts at l e l s u~ e n 2Iei l lI :et. l m i A m o r e-ic sntil E tirc t.ji %% li e,i L i tve u -cc-l it.

s-treiigthac-iithe' clie-,..tjeiwi mdstud i hi
I he. liver- 111141 ud I ei cI. r~~~*-, --i-Y I' "wI t;~lei%.I ,- _i-4~11 1 ',~ e i -l Ow 1 i;lifs.x
talke fui pi 1-.ksislit ii ll efct. Se eut:e:,it.

s.Jn W.Pennel died t LOVely Women in-ther
KingtnW of e.njestion I of th 4 lungs. T a at the Quinto Celleiros, Portugal.
' ilttn 4,,f ,vintmtion of tlw hInns." "l'l
funeral wslashed Tuenday fre itile l. E. Girls treading Grapes, to music, wearing short jackets and short linen pants.
Int a great variety of headgear. A violinist, seated on the edge of the vat. fiddles
Church kouth, whBe one or two of the damsels join in with their voices, keeping time with their
Ow ~ hundr a foorky ive MoSfeet, treading the grapes.
One humndrec uinl ferty.five. lni,
fraomn lAsytoun took advantage i ,f the i-
enUihn t i Jaek*onvilli WeJneselay..
About half werev olored l ile-.
There will ie an ex ursioni t, Tl'it us-
vii- nest Monday tuider the aUsglives ,if
thm A. M. E. Chunr-h and the ,'olon,%I- MAN-
mini. lodge. The fare for t.iw in-,cl tt-ip;
frona i styttaa will be 75 -ents.
Mirhapel O'Conorurdied ''lhurlsday at th.l
hoea of E.T. Conrado, at the awe ef 74
years,. I'Funeral from the C'atholi- chun-h
and interment in Pinaew..el I'eimetery.
Mrs. (' lnrad i tlhe dtaughter- of edea ei.l.
If the hlrdisImaitiota t, tworiln in ehil-
dre n i inopt eunl- th.ey may i1'c-.,iine
U.amiatod, weakly and in danger cof ,-n-
rulsions. WIT;'rs~nI.tAM VE MI:.Tnu 1E in
the most s ,anwafdul and si.ular rnniedy.l
Price 2. ,-t. Dr. J. Ml. Jonew.

McCoy Bron. expect to shortly -omn-
memev the building of a new boat. These
gentlemen made the Yankee' IqNdle pl|w-
ular last winter, and it imt their intention
to bmild the new boat much larger and
have both in service next winter.
A. U. Bltnclml., West Banger. N. Y..
says: "I have heen troublleh with kildney
diaua for the last fve year. Have
dcwtorad with several physician '-and I
got no relief until I uel two bottles of
FoixV's Kint rl'u-t:." lDr. J. M.. .Ionm..
s. .A. Er;1-mon, of lilandml, will oulin a
harneesm )op in the h building wIt't to, tw
Cp-to-lhate Tonmorial IParlor aliuit the
Srat ofJuly. Mr. Er-ikein has ke.n- in
business for a number of yen rsand is well
known to many l)aytonians. lIe- will
have a -owmpetent harness and shoe
maker in charge of hi biusineam here and
will himwntn "pnd part of the- tiie in
Ira D. Reekard, Duncoimle, In.. writes:
"My little boy ncalded his leg from thi
knee to the ankle. I u ed BANNER SAILVE:
immediately and in three week's tinie itn
was almonet entirely healed. I want to
recommend it to every family and advise
them to keep Banner Salve on hand. an
it is a sure remedy for scalds or any
sor." Dr. J. M. Jones.

The following party went to the Inlet
Monday on the Erl King as thw gue-st of
W. H. Peters: Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett
and son Clarence. Mr. a Mr Mr. IAon
Desplaod and leon Jr.. Mrn. C. H. Pel,-
ctor and daughter Maud. Mima Newatead.
Gladye and Orval Peters. Mrs. C'. M.
Vandewater and the editor and wife. A
very delirious repast was served on tlw
boat, alter which Mr. Despland "wwent-a-
kmikin' for Ash. Captain Pellett and his
able assistant. Frank Hand. did their
part to mak* the day enjoyable.

Ue Boston man. who lately married a
sickly rich young woman. i happy now.
for he got Dr. King's New Life Pills.
which restored her to pwrfe.t health.
Infallible for Jaundice. Bilioausnes, Ma-
laria, Fever and Ague and all Liver anti
Stomach troubles. Gentle ibut effective.
Only 25e at any drug store

Rubber Rollers are Used for Crushing the GraDes to Make
Speer's Port, Burgundy, Claret and Other Wines,
Which, asis well known, rival the world in excellence, for invalidsand
aged persons, and are made from the Oporto grape grown on vines im-
portedfrom Portugal forty years ago. The soil of northern New Jersey,
containing iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uses the
improved way of mashing the grapes. He employs large rollers of
rubber run by an engine which crush grapes at the rate of a barrel
a minute. Speer's Wines, especially the Port and Burgundy now in
market, are of very old vintage, and have no superior. Physicians
Var *nder prescribe them for weakly females and aged persons.
ey are blood-nmaking, adding iron to tthe system, and tend to pro-
long life. Extensively used at parties, weddings and general family

"Savannah Line."

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Florida to New York. Boston and the *East.

Short Rail Ride

to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Three
Connections withiNew York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines'
A ll ticket agenli| t a li] hilt. 11i, .[-i, l..i \. i i 11;:, -: :l -f l I| .-
W rite for ne l iiw oriirii 1 .n1 wl'- .i n ... 1 ,11
WALTER HAWKINS. -.t\\\ \\ I11.KI \-,
Ge ewral Ag. ent.. .la.k on ,1); Fle\. \u-,i t IJ;\ ,t>:i. I ;
P. E. iLKFEVRI-. Ma t;ti; r \\ II 1'1.1f : \> \ '- T .ii \l.,..,,.r.
New l'ie :.- Nortlh l:i.. ..\. 1.. \ ;, N

~tam ~qi

county, at his e at_
the firs iy of Jl.A D.,
be reded .
Dated this it day of May, A. .

Be it known that six months after the pah-
lesatln of this notce as mo"a themaiter -s I
can be heard, I ball plyto the HeO. J La
McCrey, Comty JB- Valdea Coasty,
Florida, for s Mn M .
the pero and ta- of orm V. I
fore marriwgee Me V. Jess, 1at Mh iame
I &hall pmeent all my voeersa makr my
final aeeontl an s k alr s uee iatm.
O. M. WAJ.Ac., (Onardi. a AforenaM.
Daytona, P&.F April nU 101.

There will be a eeteto held at Cave's
Cigar Factory, Monday, July I, lSn1 coUtlnintr
from 2p. m. until p.a. by the really ret-
tered votes n raldt wlhiW be Ndits of the-
proposed ineorporation fo the purpoe of hi
corportlng the town of Holly RtI, Vohieia
County, iFa.
The metes and bounds of maid Incorporatlui
will be as follows: Coiementang at aS INit
where Fourth avenue would interue.t the-
channel of Halifax river, maid avenue being
the north booudary of the J. M. Hernandi.-
Grant. see. 43, township 14 8. rne :B1 .X
thence along center of said avenue s. wt to-
ter street. thence 8.. aloeunsenter of said ti ree
to center of Mason avenue, thence along smid
avenue to the Halifax lver, and In mine di-
rectlea to the channel of said river, there
following channel of mid river to place of te-
The above described boundaries being in
townships 14 and 15 8., and ranges 3"' and :.
All of the proposed territory is loratel in
Volusia County, State of Florida, as shows on,
plats of reeod in the oflee of Clerk of Cire-uit
Court of Vola t County. Fla. And alsu there
will be elected at the same time and plae the-
following oseers:
One Mayor.
Five Councilmen.
One Marshal.
One Cr lector.
One City Clark.
One Treasurer.
One Assessor.
And also we name for inspectors of said el,.-
tion the following: W. A. McBride, J King.
C'has. Harris, and for Clerk W. H. Poet-.n.
COM urmi-rE:
A. E. Mason, J. King.
MeBnj. McCoy. C. A. Parker.
%. H. Heath, W. A. McBride.
Arthur Carter, G. W. Harris,
Wni. McCoy. W. H. Posten.
4 ;o. Hmrris. Wan. Wetherell, .Ir .
t'. .Wethelrell,. W. Wetherell. r .
T. Wetlihrell. W. B. mCoy,
F. w. Rtailer-on,. W. H. Harris.
ti. W. Carter. E. N Rowe.
\ Cavei. .J H. Johnsto,,
'I. II. (.C ve. .Sr., H. C. tiiarteri. iiini.
, av. 1.M. Ma, tl.
l..i;,' 0ill F a ,a v *, o. I9,0l.

c.ND MAN e ii biiil, e-~ll~ TC l iii. t'll
W Illiae- ee l toe4ei jc 11t t e f li.lt e l i .1
1,6 1 .-1-i.4fh l. ;eel- i-016 -tiadlie. v w i
I'eainr I puct .l

A"Repaining ead 4w^. .Sn
Aveo.. nearDeej t.,. atu. h

Tb. me~s lt IE~om.


LAS A&wg Muea

325 Dms 25.

Daytona Ice Co.
Wm. IWwv..%. Manager


Made. from Ili-tilledI Water

Magnolia Avenue dnd Railroad


ebmWa of --ll Mhet.

%ld a jSJ It.

0P~p.%:e R.Jcc% 410j Ho'l.

Tri- Weekly Sailings

Ilalliing at 1'i. #11ston. S. '. h,,ItI I I :,\\; -.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Iinre-t S.rc ie e .r I-!. ,it
I' lling ilt I'hui-rle.ston ll nit \\11 -\


From Lewis' Wh.ti I. Hoston
from foot Catherine -treet. Jackioneiie

(1I-Im, '.v Lilin.)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
SiPIl\<; .AT IIALATKA. .ASTOl. ST. I.RAN ls. I hl ll I lI .ri.ive,
I;I.1 'I I NII.';.S :I n | l nt.-riix li;,t*. l.andlii .- f i .*r .1. 11I \. I|I \I It
SalI :NCING'lN ; .SATI'I{il Y. 1. MA Y 1 -i,
sTH:.1: "H. G. DAY,"
SAPT. W Sit.%\
1 l' -INTIl, % ?r \' tc e I Leaves Jacksonville ......... ...... Tuesday and Saturday- at 5 00 p m.
Leaves Sanfrd .............. Mondays and Thursdays at 5 O0 a. m

General Passeuger and Ticket office.

204 W Bay st. Jacksonville.

4 t II. A .1iliTY. E: 't n lI'i'x .ta illt. I 11 IKI N.N\ I :1i; .: 1 I 1 \
i' "State St.. NSew York .20 \VWe-t It:, \ s ..1 ..- .. i h1.e F.1,'
"ll -s I I. IL .L Y., A uI al Frt. Agt. I' I \l' l.I. \-.r li !.l !
I -'oit He r;ian St.. J.wk,-ksonvill le',ot l t .I ~- ,,.
.IN. L.. HOWA.1I. Siit -rint-nIl,.-nit
l-'F at Ho- aii Sr .li ,-k-onvill.-
General Manager. 1G-Sn,.,atl A\ta -
Chesebrough Building. 19 State St Opposite Battery V Park. N-.v \ rK.



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Reem chwangee.
On the first of next month will go into
elect the change in the warrevewMe tax
as enacted by Congress last winter. The
Internal Revenue Bureau at Washinston
has been making extensive preparation
for the collection of taxes under the
modeled law. In order that the chagem
may become well known by thegeusral
public the bureau has prepared a buleeti
setting forth all changes that will be
eec ted by the new law, as printed below.
The statement is worthy of preerativaa,
inasmnueh a it contains all information
that may be desired on the subject.
Items that have been repealed out-
Bank checks, 2 cents.
Bilh eof lading for export, 10 eents.
Bond of obligation by guaramte com-
pany, balf of 1 cent on each dollar.
Certificates of damage, 25 cents.
Certifcates of deposit, 2 cents.
Certifates not otherwise speciied, 10
Charter party, $3 to $10.
Chewing gum, 4 cents each.
Commercial brokers, $50.
Drafts, eight, 2 cents.
Express receipts. 1 cent.
Insurance: life, 8 cents on each $100;
marine, inland, fire, one-half cent on
each $I; casualty, fidelity and guaranty,
one-half cent on each $1.
Lese, 25 cents to $1.
Manifest for custom house entry. $1
to 9.
Mortgage or conveyamne in trust. 25
Order for payment of money on sight
or on demand.
Perfumery and cosmetics, one-eighth
eant for each 5 cents.
Power of attorney to vote. 10 cents.
Power of attorney to sell, 25 cents.
Promisory notes, 2 centiforeach $100.
Proprietary medicines. one-eighth cent
for each 5 center.
Protect. 25 oents.
Tehrsaphs mieesag, 1 cent.
Telephone messages, I ent.
United States money orders, 2 cento
for each $100.
Warehouse receIpts, 25 cents.
Thee items have been modised:

Vo wab C am
DuLaem, sJa e1--The echool Roie
met regduar mnda.s MOdaS.. T e a
of them hadrmed dolsas wa advanod
to te b4district tree at New aay
ras and a warant was drawn lor ti
eaim. pera1*ad.Mt A -epbed
tat he had IFpetsd ald vtwtd tin
new sehoolbuildings at New SOyrniaed
airman Davis reported that e bMi
paid owt the seinofm .81 of former ap
prop riatlonof Seabresoetcbool, of $0
-Wper voauersV p-e-seat', ad that nb
held blane esbiwt to the oNer of h
Appo ntmJat were m0 as 1obw4
For elaamd: pupal, vacant) ; am-
ants, Ela Harwell, A. 0. Botes, LIli
Austin, Vola Erhart, La a Law.
SFor Dayto principal, C. E. ichards
mtstaa*, Martha Brown, Lucy Mon
ley, Lcy Hacker, and Lydaabbbtoa
For Osteen: Marrin Harwell and Ell
For Orage City: Lydia Willaowak
and Alhm Halladay.
For Flowers: Unaatewart.
For Port Orange: Mand T. Barron and
Jane Harwell.
For New Smyrna W. F. Johneon, Mad
Milburn and Rose Nohle.
For Enterprise: Heattie Bodine.
For Barberville: Rielhardson.
For Glecoe: Joseph Wilon.
K For Ormond: W. A. Rueh and Lottl
For Oak Hill: Mrs. E. Fair.
For Ponce Park: Tillie Tiheber.
< For Holly Hill: W. H. Posten and J. L.
For Deseon Springs: Edna Willicomb.
For Glenwood: Carrie Eceles.
For Winoea Basie Law.
For Juaalta: Eliza Bardwell.
For Clifton: H. F. Prideaux.
For Tomoka: Charlotte Bradley.
For Turnbull: Delia Rush.
For Paxton: Mollie Stone.
For Pierson: Mary E. Price.
( ForSeabses: Mrs. M.Mabbette.
The following is a list of the teachers
who obtained certificates at the June
White, fret grade-R. W. Irwin, Mamle
M. May. Annie Merriman, Marion L
Kerr, W. F. Johnson and Joseph Wilson.
Second grade-Eliza Bardwell, Char-
lotte Bradley, R. B. Gautier, G.T.Hodges,
Ella Hodge, Jas. K. McClellan, Matte
aok and Augustu Wingood.
Third Grade-Mrs. G. C. Adamn, Daiy
Moody, Leonora McLendon, EllaCausey,
Clara Johnson and Fannle Woolwiae.
Colored, second grade--Wilhelmenia
Johnson and C. S. Thompson.
Third grade-Angeline Williams and
Julia Hankinson.

"Of a gasoline store burned a lady here
!rightfully," writes N.E. Palmer, of Kirk.
man, Iowa. "The best doctors couldn't
heal the running sore that followed, but
Bucklen' Arnica Salve entirely cared
her." Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Boils, Bruises, Skin Disease and Pilem.
2-w at all drugglets.

e,. Waverly.

Atlantic City, J.

wgS, o pr bonl -m T7 pwr
tm-, -- to PM per barrel
Ba o C m SN, irnelg., 4 eat for
emaeh P0, chabged to 2 eats for each
men weghingmr than three
. per" 1,000, 8.00 per thomsad;
dhagd to $a per 1,000.
SC~iatte w4%hB not more than
Sthe pounds per 1,000, $1.50 per 1,000,
Sctnged to: Valued at not more than
2, pe w 1,000, 18eontoppr pound; val-
S at son ftun Oper 1,000, 30 cents
per pound.
d Care wedghing not more than three
SponAd per 1,000, one dollar per 1.000,
Schangd 18 cets per pound.
CoMvTaYme, 50 cet for each 500 dol-
lars, now empted below 2,500 dollars;
above 2.500, 95 eats for each 500.
Ign:les, law modified so as to exclude
Sfro taatisa legacies of charitable,
'seItioes, literary or educational charac-
Orders for payment of money by tele-
; graph, fte., IaMed by express companies,
draw inbut payable out of the United
* Sates, 2 ate for each 100 dollars.

i Willim Woodard, of Deestur, Iowa,
writes: "I was troubled with kidney dis-
Me for several years, and four one dol-
l lar ee bottles of FoLcY's KinBzv CunB
cured me. I would recommend it to
I anyone who has kidney trouble." Dr.
J. M. Jones.

S S eabreeze..

Col. Post returned the first of the week,
and reports a pleasant trip.
A party of young people enjoyed an
automobile ride Thursday ei ening.
Thursday afternoon a large crowd
turned out to work on the publk- park.
Sidney Haigh has a force of men at
work this week grading Goodall property
to the beach.
Clha. Ballough has about completed
his new pile driver and will comenwe |
driving pile for the new bridge Monday.
Thursday evening there wan a surprise
party given in honor of Miss May Finley,
it being her birthday.. A large crowd

Wrh te now" Mkatad bo

Lewis Kennedy & SOn.

Hotel Coquina,


East Coast of Florida.

Hotel Coqutna ie situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While it
oers all the delghte of the seaebore, It is only ten minutes walk, or five minutes
by horse car, from the orange groves and palm amaded walks ou the banks of the
Halifax River. It is two mJ- from the railroad station, being connected with it
by borsecar. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lemon, oreage, and rare tropi-
cal fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, ocean, serf-bathing and am
fislahing. The climate is delightful, and is beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous
Will open about the frst of Jane, but will be In a position to take care of goats
after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. 48
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Florida.




Buffalo, 4. Y.

May i to November i, i oi.

I Holly Hill New. i

Mrs. Taylor drove into town Friday.
Mrs. L. Cave returned home Wednee-
Mr. W. Harris is still confined to
her bed.
Rev. Martin expects to leave Friday
for Merritt's Island.
Mrs. Clam. Wetherell made a few pleas.
at calls Wednesday.
A party consisting of Chas. and Will
Wetherell, L. Cave, McBride and Rauler-
erson took advantage of the excursion on
Wednesday to visit Jacksonville.

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P Port Orange P *0

Frank Gautier, a popular salesman.
was in town this week.
Mrs. Sim*oe went up to Daytona lust
week to visit Mre. Troy.
There were a number got on the excur-
sion train Wednesday morning.
Mrs. A. A. Weeden wentover to l)-Land
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mcleod.
Frank 0. Sparkman is having a fine,
large veranda added to his residence.
Miss May Milburn went up to St.
Augustine this week to visit her brother
and sister.
Willis Johneon and Mr. Curtis drove
down Sunday and spent the day among
friends here.
E. Brohm and his mother and sister,
little Miss Ruth, returned Friday from
their trip down to Lake Worth in his
sail boat.
Doctor and Mrs. DuBois and Mrs.
Chas. Fouard returned Friday from their
trip over to DeLand and Lake Ierreo-
ford. They report that there was plenty
of rain over there.
Ellis McDaniel and family returned last
week from a trip down to Palm Beach
in his sail boat. While down mouth he
purchased a sail boat that is somewhat
larger than his old one, which he intends
ftting up in time foi next season.

The Seaboard



Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from
Jacksonville $42.30 and $42.95. Corresponding
low rates from other points.

Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washingtn

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.
For further information write to
R. E. IL. BUNCH. Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Aiet. Gen. Pass. Agent. Jacksonville, Florida.

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
looring, Sidint Csiling.
Prick, Ume Sad Cement In Stock.
PuoNE 83 Offces and Yrds: Coast Railway And Orage Avenue.

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all the
from a
Liver. I

%6m A b hsd A ya iso OG y7Dr. J. M.Jeme..
t's Em~sdson
.h Idler Painmv w4mPefP 4OW, aP-

~. 3AL L u~Lol..s.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots

|hRIUTESfatlUwaMusss, C iu

Bm hmg Minim b b idn.
3 Prioe, o0 Csaa.l

A. W. PTIE, Au a
Mf W.Bay S., Jaekemvim .
C. H. MALLORY & CO., m




Western & Atlantic Railroad.


Carrying through Pullman estibuwl Buffet So Jaekvilo s to. .
Loui v with change. Mice of Ro .
For information relative to rate, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservation, writto
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pame Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. mPae ,
Atlanta, Ga. JacksonvilFle Fa
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


The Great Through Oar U~mn from Florida.

sEastt Line, via arsto
TO THE E a and Washgton.
T eSouthern Ralway, via Sravanah, Caoena andm
Was ington.
TO THEThe LouasvileNashvilvia
The Mobie& OhLRo. I. via oaso .
TO THENew York, Philadelphia Bote.
as Via Svannah and merchants and Miner Transp-
tation company for Baltimore.
To Neva Scoada, Came Breoand Pr. Edwards 9in0d Vit Boston and con.
ada. Atlan.lc and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkosbry mad ar-

will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern 16as" to
return until May 3""'""t, with liher stop.ve*" rivim gs.in Florida.,
Addressesof parties in the North sent to the underalgned will be flbesr
supplied with all information and handome advertising matter.
For information as to rate,sleeping car reservations, ee, call on, or write 1
F. M. JOLLY, Division Palensr Agent, 138 We8st Bay St-, Jacksonville, Fkodd
W. B. DENHAM, General Sperintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pass. Traic Man.
Savannah, Ga. SavanMah, Ga.

Florida Fast Coast

Bottling Company.
Manufacturers of High Grade Soda Water-All flavor
Cream and Dewey SpeelalUes.
All orders promptly filed. Write for prices.
OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS--Vlusi Ave., ner P. E C. R'y states

J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.



Nwm DNA.


NOIrrnUND Schedule iEfetive May 1.
No. 4 I No.2 2. .
7:45 pm: 7:25amnLv ..........Jacksoille.(A. V. AW.).........Ar &
1105. pmi10:55 am Ar ...........Vaido s (A. V. A W.) ..........Lv SI
3:50.am 4:10 pm Ar.............Macon (6. 8. & F.) I.-v 1B
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar Atlanta (C. of G.) ........r......Lv
1 00 pm 12:80 am Ar .......Cha.ttoo (W. & A.)..........L .. 4 am
5:.5,pm 5:35 am Ar........... Nashville N.C. t. L.) ...........Lvl 10 4
3:25 ana 7:24 pm Ar St. Louis (I. C.) IT. "8:"
7:25 pm 7:00 am Lv .......... Nashvillt (N. C. A. St. L.)..........Ar 84 pma
1:47 pro 12:10 pm Lv Ma'tin (I. C.) Ar 2:55 pW
10:50 am .............. Ar Chicago (I. C.) Lv........ g
7:30 pm 5:48 am Lv..... .........Nashville (L. N.).............Ar 10&49 p I
12:50; am 9:50 am Ar Evansville (L. A N.) r "- : 6 pm
9:15 am 5:30 pm Ar...............Chirogo (C. A E. I:) T. 1105 am
No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Baut betw -
sonville and St. Louis. making direct conmsetimw- for all pota tIe W
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations ma0 to Loubv le, Cl-ek
Chicago. only ruiring agers to step from one car Into other. "
No. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atamata, 1coareig wA
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with trough epeir -
All correspodanee promptly answered sad Heplag Car D Bae neeried. WIl NO&O
meet passengers at depot nla Jackonville or my olee, 4 West Day Steet. Dropa e aj .
WALTIr HAWKINs, Gen'l Agent Traffic Departmet, Jacksoville, FIa.
J. C. HAIL, General iPaaenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
B. H. HroM, Trafdile Mantager, Savanak, Gk

The Upto-Dte *

Tonsorial Parlor.
W. A. BEA DER, Proprietor.

StrictlyFrs las
North Beach Street.

Closed S"days.


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