Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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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: July 13, 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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Volume ID: VID00392
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11:qtand most imleSo

of Drugs in Daytoma. P" n =pti F nso.

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A iri y E"ucat and Idmential

WheI. such w as BMeE Harrisom, editorial writer of the Times-
..UMio and CitiQU of Jacksonville, Fla., and John N. Rogers, Cmunty
iPIteadent of the Beard of Education, of Sandersville, Ga., do
vohqatrily declare the Franklin to be the most practical and dura-
ble of all standard machines, and that they would use no other,
them it must have superior qualities. The writing is visible without
Witg the ear nage. The mecanism is so simple that a child can
learn it. No trust combine controls the price. Therefore yon can
buy it for $75. on terms to suit your pocketbook.
Good second-hand Franklins for $25, and upwards.
Your iuquiriep by mail. or in peronm, will receive courteous and
prompt attention.
General Southern Agent.


No. 27 New St.,

* Charleston, 5. C.

173 Devonshire AStreet.
Dono. Wass.


At their new store have a
first-claw line of..............

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions


Agents for W. L. Douglass' Shoes

or Men. The Bestonthe Market.


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a limited quantity of goods which

be sold at the following Reduced Prices:

Roast Mutton. per can................. .............................. ....

Roast t iicken............................................. ....................******** ***
aw Meat................................. ......
Tripe........................ ......................... .........
Ham burger Steak....... ................................
Ter derk oin of Be f ............ ... ............. ........................................
Pp' Feet............................................................................................

We have other goods but this gives
an a. C a ok.


Phoe 19.
Cwwm eeca *5** asd a.e"nd Avesse.


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Try Us On Job Printing.



It Ia A Mstatl*e.
It takes money to run a newspaper.-
St. Johns (Kans.) News.
What an exaggeration and a whooper!
It has been disproved a thousand times;
it has a clean cas( of airy fancy. It
doesn't take money to run a newspaper.
It is a charitable institution, a begging
concern, a highway robber. BiGodfrey,
a newspaper is a child of the air, a crea-
ture of a dream. It can go on and on
when any other concern would Ie in the
hands of a receiver and wound up with
cobwebs in the windows.
It takes wind to run a newspaper; it
takes gall to run a newspaper; it takes
a scintillating. acrobatic imagination, a
half doxen white shirts and a railroad
pas to run a newspaper. But money-
Heavens to Betsy, seven hands round-
whoever needed money in conducting a
newspaper? Kind words are the me.
diums of exchange that do business for
the editor-kind words and church social
tickets. When you see an editor with
money watch him. He will we paying
his bills and disgracing his profession.
Never give money to an editor. Make
him trade it out. He likes to swap.

a8. 1901


haSjr w ie md in for three
Oe Jk' oft of your weeping
Swhm s he o as the d r-
11-W notice about you, fow
r to mI II,, a f mt
i. It would omrwhlem hbi.
umptng t The editor
, amad what he wants i your
thanks Thenm he can thank

Bowe of tdi pMM apeu ane- a
f the folwow1t- of the0M0t6 pM
t; t aets of the recent Legrutw
An act to authorize the Supemen O O
of Florida to select comimi-oners ti
aniet the court in the performance of th
dties, and prescribing the duties of sae
eammiaioners, and providing for thet
An at to amend section 1 of chapter
4147, of the Law of g taft
Flsrida, entitled an act m reltle tb
Trying of firearms, approved J-

An act to provide for ealf sutM14
repir of theampIal di~, an ale
ing an appropriation for mskb peFpos.
An act rmathing three CwOnreIoa
ning the boundaries of the same, and
repealing sections 57 and 58 of the Re
vised Statutes of the State of Florida.
An act to require all merchants, coe-
mision merchants, provision dealers
and storekeepers and all other persons
selling or offering to sell flour, meal,
grits, oats, corn. wheat, rye, bran,
beans. potato*w and peanuts, already
put up, placd and packed in sacks, ba1g
or barrel, in original packages, to have
marked, stamped or stenciled on the
sacks, bags or barrels the exact weight
thereof in pounds avuoirdupois; and to
prescribe penalties for making, stamping
and stenciling false weight.
An act to provide for the imue,
custody, redemption, sale and trnaMer
of tax sale certificates and the issue of
tax deeds, and prescribing the duties of
certain offers herewith.
An act to provide for the surrender
and cancellation of certain tax certif-
cates now held by the State of Florida
which have been declared illegal by the
Supreme Court of the State of Florida,
being for the unpaid taxes for the year
1890, which were sold after August 4,
An act to regulate the holding of
political primary elections in the State
of Florida for nominating candidates for
any oflce under the laws of this State,
and for nominating delegates to politi-
cal convention.

It will bring relief to suffereis from
asthma or conisunption. even in the
worst cases. This is about what one
done of Foley '. Honey and Tar costs.
Isn't it worth a trial ? Dr. J. M. Jones.

Dr. reomekea* Riport of Cat"o.
At the Farmer's Institute held in the
Capitol at Tallahassee recently Dr. French
gave the results of his recent investiga-
tions of salt sickness among the cattle
on the range at Narcossee. The impor-
tance of the subject was evidenced by the
passing of the resolution by the Legisla-
ture requesting the United States Bureau
of Animal Industry to send an expert to
investigate this disease. The doctor
stated that the trouble was confined to
the sand ridge section of the state, where
it probably caused over half the mor-
tality of young stock. He described the
trouble as a condition, rather than din-
ease, which resulted in chronic conges-
tion of the small intestines, impoverish
blood, and final death through inability
to extract nourishment from food. Lime
and sulphate of iron had been found to
be correctives. Of the animIais treated by
him in his work for tle Experiment
station, 80 per cent. of the caes were
entirely cured. He exhibited a brick
containing tlhe required medical ingredi-
ent., which could be placed on the
ranges as a substitute for rock salt. and
which the animals could lick and thus
cure themselves.

Mew To Rodeem etam s.
With the beginning of this month the
revenue law enacted by the last Congress
became effective. The result is many
changes in the use of documentary and
proprietary stamps and a general re.
diction in revenues. The public has a
very good understanding of the changes
which are made in the use of stamps, but
there is considerable doubt in the minds
of those who have stamps to redeem as
to how to proceed in the matter. A cir-
cular throwing light upon this subject
has en issuoned by the department at
Washington and is as follows:
*'An stationers or oflkers of banks can-
not generally make affidavit that their
customers are not indebted to the United
States; that they are the bona fde
owners of the stamps presented for re-
demption, or to such other fact. as are
necessary to the support of claims, they
cannot be recognized as duly qualified
agents for the presentation of claims for
their customers. Banks or stationers
may. however, purchase imprinted
stamps which they procured and sold to
their customers, and, as the bona fide
owners thereof, present claims in their
own names for the redemption of such
stamps without regard to the number
purchased from each customer.
"In all cases where claims are made by
banks or stationers for the redemption
of stamps thus purehaaed, it will be nec-
essary, in addition to evidence now re-
quired in support of claims for each
claim to be accompanied by a certificate
duly signed by the party from whom the
stamps were purchased, setting forth the
absolute sale and transfer of said stamps
to the claimant. Also a schedule pre-
pared by the claimant showing as to the
stamps purchased from each customer,
the name of the person from whom the
stamps were purchased, the date of
order upon which they were imprinted,
in whose favor the order was issued, the
name of the collector who issued the
same, and of the contractor who im-
printed the stamps, and the number
of stamps in each so purchased. Any
number of such purchases may be
covered by one claim, but each lot of
stamps purchased from a customer
should be wrapped separately. and the
package so marked that it can be identi-
fied on the schedule and by the certificate
of sale, and all the stamps covered by
one claim should be placed together in
one package and be marked for identifi-
cation and forwarded as in other cases.
'*Stamped checks may, when it is de-
sirable, be detached from the books and
forwarded with the claims for the re-
demption of the stamped thereon. and the
stubs be retained by the owners.
-"Adhesive documentary and proprie-
tary, or other revemwe stamps, should
not Ib included in or presented with
claims for the redemption of imprinted
documentary stamps."

Jan. U. Amhertof. Della. 0.. write: "I
had an obstinate mire on my fare which
everything else failed to heal. After
| one application of Banner Salve it began
to heal and after three applications it
was entirely healed leaving no scar."
I Dr. J. M. Jones.

Then when you die. after having stood
around for years and sneered at the Col. C. C. Post was a Jacksonville
editor and his little jim-crow paper, be visitor Tuesday.

Shoes! Shoes!

Are you interested in Shoes?
Let us give you a few points

And you are.
We wl ina




Moore Bros..



Has a Select Stock of......



Perfumery and Fancy Tolilt Articles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during businem
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

I. located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
ection and no finer location can be found in thin vicinity. During the summer the
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the rooms are
single or enmuite. A new dining room has been built on the mouth side giving a
Munny exposure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
been enlarged. Batlh and lavatories have been added and everything done for the
comfort and convenience of guests. The hall is one hundred feet long. The (Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef and it is the especial aim of the management to
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house in three blocks nerth of the de-
pot, and convenient to the Pont Ofce. Chun-hes, Shools.etc. and is within a mile
of the ocean with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or autoing. Rate"
$2.50 per day. $10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.

Look for Our Hand Bill of Special Bargains




Which we are making on a portion of
our stock for a limited time. If you
don't get one of the hills brought to you,
call at the store for one.
Come early before asortment is
broken as we have only a limited quan-
tity of ,some of these articles.


Third Building South of Postoffice.

.OL m 9.5

T your job work to job oAfi; and
S MM and ask for half rates for
.6* 6 your lode ltter-
at mompey pteed oat of
kthe eor with amWul

ordid trade oTey make suhae fory
tme you po*f i et up, Old

He'll take care of the editor. Don't
carter o the 8 to aet ar a door
mat for te cothemmunity.
He will get the paper out soetiow.
stand up for the town and whoop it up
for you wha yon run for owho e, ad lie
bout your pigeod-toerg daughter's
tacky wedding, and blow about your
bigaway.ooted onrd wlove they gerft a four.
dollar-a-week job, and weep over your
shriveled soul wlen it M ra from
giddy wtak's ecod marriageor. Don't
worry about the editor; he'll get on.
The Lord knows how-ebut somehow.-
Wayne (Neb.) Democrat.
Wayne (Neb.) Democrat.



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few days receive our first installmnt of our

faline of,therefore for he next ten
iays you can buy a
.L0 boe for 2.25
9.50 1.85
2.00 1.40
1.50 1.00
1.1 -' .85

Also some wool dress

goods at 50 per cent less

than original price.

We have a full line Ladies' and Gents' Bathing Suits. Hats. Caps and Shtes.


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Sold by W. F. GIL.LE Jr. Co.

PUlished Every Saturday.

Editor and Prpriter.

subscription, Si.5o per Year, in Advance.
Advertising Rates on Application.

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytoma. Florida. s
Second class matter.

Saturday, July 13, 903i.

Holly Hill News.

Nl4woy Bros. have commenced work on
tleir new lcoat.
/ Our first council nreet ing wa" held on
Wednesday night.
Rev. Win Martin is again at Oak Bank
his Holly Ifill residence..
Dr. Carter from allahaswe isn making
a short stay iln our miidst.
Mrs. (. W. Ilarris left ,on Monday for a
visit with her daughter Mrs. Hand in
Mrs. l'utten., w lie has leen staying
here for some time. will leave shortly for
tlhw Highlands. N. 4'.
Me1rs. CG. W. Harris. and Geo. Harris,
and the Misses Malbette, also Mr.
and Mrs lHeath enjoyed an trip to Ormond
on Tuesday in tlec launch "Toinoka."
It is wliisere'il that in spite of Dame
Fashion's degree. many of the Daytona
ladies intend wearing ''ftichus" anid al-
lowing the' neck of their dresmoes to re-
main loos. Sumrlyv this is mor' sensible,
and certainly far nmor coni portable dur-
ing the warm waather thanu having the
neck swarth ed with ribllmn wound round
a high collar. Hlily Hill ladies have
already ad0optedl this lhapplly 111mode of
keeping ,'c ll and ciingratulate their Day-
tona sisters in their lnudlable decision to
"'go and do likewise.'

I x Port Orange i
Mr. Mlillurn and A. .1. Hicks, the candy
nmanufactur., ilrove up to Daytona on/
lbusinew Monday.
Mrs. T. J. Murry, the wife of our
county commissioner. i-alte up from New
Smyrna Sunday and is visiting her-
mother Mrs. E. A. McDaniel.
J. J. Vinzant. our |popular county
treasurr. spent Sunday and Monday in
town visiting friends and to look after
his interest on this side of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Day have moi(ve
into town and are o culpying Mt
Weimer's housw. Mrs. A. E. Mason is
staying with then.
Dr. Du Bois left Tuesday. the 3rd of
July. to pay his uncle a visit -in South
Carolina. The doctor took Kort his
son with him. They returned 'Tuesday
the. 9tth. We haven it .'4-i liiim yt to
hear oft their trip.
The 4th of July celebrating ait the old
sugar mill was one of the. pleasantest
affaire that halis ever been held there.
There wAere people there from all partA of
the county. it was estimated that there
were 250 people on the ground. In the
evening there was an xces'lingly pleas-
ait iall. everyvlody lhad a ood time.ii.

What among human ills ar more an-
lioving than piles" ThIe afflictions that
prevent active exercise are bad enough,
but one that makes even est miserable
is wvorse'. Womellen eta- among its Kre'atewt
martyrs. Tabhler's Buckeye I'ile Oint-
ment will cum the most tobstinate c.ates.
Price 50 cts. in little. tules 7-.-. D)r. J.
M. Jones.

For hic'ycle repairing go to tlhe Halifax
Cych.le Company.n

Those who live onifarms are liable to
many accidental cuts., burns and bruise,
which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
Liniment is promptly" applied. Price 25
and 50 cts. Dr. J. M. Jone1 I


Surf bathing is now "Tihe order of thp
Mrm. W. G(. Paterson and son, Jobr,
are late arrivals at the Clarendon Inn.
Mrs. W. iH. Mclntyre. of Miami. is
spending a few days at the Clarendon
R. S. Kluty returned Wlnesdiay frotn
an Extended visit toi the mountains of
North Carolina.
Mrn. T. J. Snyder and Mrs. T. N. I' ge.
and on,. LeLand. have-,e lien sl'nwiing
the week on the leallh.
Mrs. E. E. Starke'vy sei-nt th-e giwter.
part of th- week with lkIlainil frienls.
and reports a vervy enij.oyvahle t riIp.
Wesley Herrick aillil .. I'. lhl-rn. e weint
out turtle egg hunting tihe otherr night
and wer rei'wardll hly tiniiniig tA'o.
Mr. and .Mrs. Fred -lerik Shln-naker. of
as t'ikty, Ind.. anre sl|inlin g the silicnin, r
mouths withIltti tir ditiilI.te-r, Mr. E:. E.
Thee wvind-mnill. IDlaly, will lwe put in
motion ill a day 4or see. :ind will furiiis'i
water for the t.re:kers anl Indian lltem-l
H. Houston. eof Ja.ckonvilhl,. iW at the
Breakers for a few weeks. Mr. Houston
in one of the- old and prominent c.itiz7ens
of him city.
Iipttie Johnson iser'ctinlg a e 4otti1ie one
his property just north (of "*Tl'e Siaside
Inn." which promises to le' a very pretty
oe when finished.
John lh)orett, who for the l past e'ighit
inonthli has iHl-n ini tihe employ of W. A.
Ilaggett & Sn. hla s nieee ptel a positi in
with ('has. Italhloiugh.
Don Martin. who, for thlie past eightit
weeks has llben north. ire-turiiin W,,dien;-
day of last week looking well anidl r,-
ports a first elass tinwe'.
Chat Odunm and Mr. Swairtz Iav.e I.V-n
having fine luck fishing in the' surf lately.v
capturing several hiundw'd of thIe finiy
tribe in a single night. of wtlii-li they dis-
pose very readily among" thi' pe Iple of
this locality.
n lst Wldrnsday Mr. lallough'gs niw
dredge drove tIh first piling in tih, .-,In-
struction of the new bridge anil the
work will now .progn''ss without. delay.
On the west or Daytona side( oif the' Hali-
fax the P'eninsula Bridge Canipany will
construct a first .lass driveway 4il feet
in width, on each esidle of which will lie.
planted ornamental trites and shrubs.
This driveway will connect with Beachli
street just north of Fairview avenue'.
Ci(ha. F. Burgman has just pla'led in



pa.or, Ainit smothering or
sinking spells all point in the
same dirmeion-.n impaired
heart action. A heart that is
weak or diseased cannot do full
duty and the circulation of the
blood is interfered with. There
is a medicine that gives new
strength to the heart, new
power to the pulse and puts
new color into cheek and lip.
"I was short of breath, diy,
had smothering enI iou, l
tense lPn In befat, wm feeble
and pu"le so weMk that I could
not raise myself I bed. I tomi
a perfect cure in Dr. Mle'
eart Cure." A. T. JACKSON,
Kewaana, lad.

Heart Cute
refilates the heart's adion,
while it stimulates the digestive
organs to make new, rich, red
blood which gives strength to.
the whole body. Sold by drug-
gists on a guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart lad.

A Pieasamt ILveMIna.
Live Oak Chapter, No. 3, 0. E. S.. held
their nrgular meeting Tueeday evening, a
iiaumlieer of members were present, and
their Ritiiual work given in a pleasing man-
te r.
'T'li. worthy Matron and Sister Smith
gave an interesting account of their very
tnjcoyable trip to Titusvilie, where they
assisted lrIro. Carnell and Dolore'
(Ihapter to institute Friendship Chapter
No. N.
We are very glad to smee how ni-ely the
order is growing in Florida. Our doors
are always open and a cordial weleonne
given visiting sisters and brothers.
It was decided not to call off, as had
been our usual customw in the summer.
but to continue making the social fent-
nre tlhe most proniinent until fall, when
we will gain take up the Ritual work
in c'arnes t.
After te regular liusiness, mister
Giranldiing surprised the members by
serving cream and cake. Hearty thanks
were tendered liro. anld Sister Gramling.
We then adjourned to meet the second
Tuesday in August COMLMITTEF.

thie Jiands of tihe printer a lIeautifully
illustrated and descriptive leeiklet of
Seabreewe and tlhe Halifax river section. Is your liver tired?' Does it fail to do
which will le nmaile'd to parties in all its duty? If so. don't neglect its call for
parts of the U'nited States who anreex- help. A few doses of Herlhine may save
pected to attend the cooling conventionn you a sie'll of sickness. Herteit is the
of Mental Scientists to I lIwhel hd er l on only IpNrfect liver niedicine. It eureve
Noveniber 28th next. A large attend- chills and fever. Prive. :,#0 Icts. IDr..I. .M.
allno is assured, and Mr. liiurgiinan. as Jones.
National Secre'tary of the' Mental Science -
Asswoiation. isn lndinlg every effort to City olame Meet.
nimke the occasion a grand sIC'Vis-. 4
The Citvy Coun(' il nmet in regular semsion
.Monda*y evening, with Prsdent-pro
teni At wood in the chair, and Aldermen
Imperfect digestion and assimilation Conrad. Schmidt, Foster and Rix pres-
produee disordered conditions cof thle ent.
the systekn. which grow andl ail .ln- The following bills were presented and
firiwned bey neglect. Herlilie. ive". toli' to ,eilered paid:
the stoiimach, and caiiss e lgood lign's- .. Wilkinson, salary for June S 12..oW
tit on. Prie' )et ts. Ir..1. N1. .lli -. iW. S. Rogerl, salary for June.. 0.0
D). llumphrie., salarv for June .... 37.i
--i- -'iaeli lMon Wall & (c.. feed1 .-
.1. W.\'. ilkinxn), arct., liofti
Help tho Boys. mai.hiie anud freight M1..34
SE T. (',il;rdA c t', ., sundries .9.80
EDInRIt lAZFETTE-NFAVs: J. M. Ol.,rn, printing .. 3.00
Our bhiae ball cluel. (f whom %v we .1ll [,* *., i1 fe 15.00
S J. Bratt & m-)I1. ailacksmnithing :.s
should by pou proud. ar' i iin.d le f assist- w E. Frenth. time menu on .....
ance in the way of various tliing's thlt Ridgewood Improvement 77..15
go to make a suCceS ful nine. Every Oscar Michael,. 7T yards of marl... 4:i.00
citizen should feel it his duty to assist A petition was read from residents to
them financially and by1 your peren, hmie l'Iu neCamprell sidewalk on Magnolia
when iptolible. A geoodOl ib can do lots avenue repaired.
toward keeping a town l.-fore the out- The Mayor was requested to have
side public and incidentally benefit every thee orlinanie relating to cleaning of
businestin thecity. During July isagood! walks enfo-rced.
time to make up your mind to- "roll the The street committee was empowered
ball along." J.AS. M. OsnOlN. to have surveyor find lines on Volusia


and Fourth

street for Mr.

To eradicate from the system give the
child plain, nourishing food and White's
Cream Vermifuge. The remit will be,
the worms will disappear and the child
become healthy and cheerful. Price
25 ets. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Scene in Speer's VineyardM.
A AT PasuIC. &. J.
eaftuls C oe per&* ave* h r

a WLM5L a!**-*?*
Blood-.aklag Wise.


Speer's Port a Burgundy
The Finest Wine in the world from
his 56 Acres of Vineyards, where
the soil is rich in iron, imparting
it to theOporto grape and the grape
to the Wine-causes the dark,deep
rich color, and blood-making,
property of this life-giving Wine.
the Iron in it. This is the Wine
that beats the world in its valua-
ble medicinal qualities, for family
use and evening parties; it is
especially beneficial for females,
invalids and aged persons.
The Port Wine is nine years old
and the Burgundy, a rich dry wine
eight years old.
The Claret equals the finest French
gDriftsts and Grocer. Sell It.
Hauls baggage, freight. etc.,
rate" reasonable, prompt ervkie.
Office. Boston IBarler Rhop.
'Phone 77. S. MILLs. PROP.

and II'l )LDER.

SuggeMstions of plans furnisheld gratui-
tously. Will cheerfully consult with
pecrt ns desiring plans. and guarantee
sat isfae.ti, e.

'Phollne 11.



Guaranteed $900
Salary Yearly.
Men and women of good address to repre-
sent us. some to travel appointing agents,
others for odcal work look ng after our in-
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i- .gms. I. L -8mt adInaft, of
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C as sall, ihave maxed into the Co-
s house am Bayeswet.
Rv. Hawk expects to be at his work
s now with the hope that he wv
have amy further iterpto.
AK t Bea ch is euljoylg a &SeeOa
gl-SprtA* of raeomwg Ceo
t popular hammer meot in
S whl comslry.

l ndofeax i r. ur is trs
f ger of Martoou coon.

R Mr. Jobs Tippas, Coltoa, 0., ays:
" -Fer's Honey and Tar esed My e
Sgd elaevere cough and smeud toa-
fDr. 5. M. Soms&.
Jalia A. Fsteher ad M-i ElUel
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h of ia Wg90 pibemsofbed Ub.

I.LC. By. A Sday and train
-moehe at Daytona as follows: BSou-
I .ad 1:87 Tad 7.52 p m., northbound
S"tt!p.m., and 6;n a. m.
S Te. W. Cater of A boro, LC, had
-% V w-m -m amboe 1Fo3as
et ly Cre ebeated a pseaest cum, sad
hee these is no remedy that will com-
-psg wiwith. Dr. J. M. Jonee.

. :- Mum. Walker arrived from her northern
hoam Tumday and has taken up her
addsce in the hooem of Mrs. C. Bush
=0 t her new house is built on the klot
pamehsed from W. H. Edmondson.
v. J. H. Hawk who has bee on the
S- *ek lit for some time past left Thurnday
with li fahamily to spend a few days with
v'- ba.therat Green Cove 8priags. He
sapects to be away only a short time we

In moving her household events from
baher room over the former stand of the
O.ty Bakery, Miss Clara Slough diwov-
"-j eed that someone had helped themselves
S to a coal heater sad several other arti-
dles during her absence.
Now is the time to look after your
pemims to see that everything is in a
good samitary condition. Everybody
bo knows that Daytona is the health-
I place in the world. but it require
S dsnmlims. to keep it so.
- Oe of our ezchsages is of the opinion
that I the time ever comes when men are
as ood as their obituaries and women
P g-Seas good as they look to be when at
h* then the recording angel in
S 'aMen can take his long needed vwaa-

D. B. Matheson. the enterprising man-
S er of the Hotel Coquina. was down
e sn Ormond Wedanday. The Ooquina
I wry popular this season u Mder the
mwn --Mnet of Mr. Mathueon. We un-
4- that it is filling with guests
qnife rapidly.
A. Davin has sold him interest in
-"B e ese Publishing Co. to Col. C. C.
SLeot. I Goead Oill's name now appears
Sas editor of the iPeinulaa Bremse. Mr.
aBvtis ad family left last Sunday morn-
"is or Jacksonville wbee, we 'ader-
As". e wi. enbeurk in business.
S A. L Harper of Gainville,. wprem t-
kg the Ludden Bates Musc Hoae
of ivanmak, was in the city Monday
|- favored the G6swrru.Nzws Ode
j th a brief call. Mr. Harper sports
iamsousamthe increase along the East
A snt, and tates that his firm will re-
pesa their Jacksomville branch sometime

C t this out and paste At upon the win-
,v tw eing in your kitchen, now the
i i astove Mason is well on, and tell
e W errant girl to read it every morning
W ht after family worship. If you have
a sandn Inre, throw four on it or meal
or' ma d. Never throw water on it.
Flour, ~lN or sand will put the are out.
Water only apreds it.
Dr. Geo. Ewing. a practicing physi-
d en of Smith's Crow, Ky.. for over
B -. t. yewas, w.tes hi personal expe-
rewM with Foley.. Kidney Cure: "For
Syear I have been greatly bothered with
kidney trouble and enlarged postrate
gland. I eed everything known to the
p rahmion without relief, until I was in.
deSed to use Foley's Kidney Cure. After
Us. a three bottles I was entirety relieved
ad ueaed. I prertnbe it now daily in
my practis and heartily recorimend
hbs me to all physieias for such
troubles, for I can honestly state I have
p ameribed it in hundreds of case with
Jpke vt men9es." Dr. J. M. Jones.

Wet weasr umbreOll at Moore

Dr -. W LW tomen write me that
be is now at leOkla m a.
J. D. ley and C. M. Blagham, Jr.,
havo Mmsted in eghtgebm .
I. M. Mtnry returned froi a visit
with his family at Matta, Georgia.
The Delamd ball team will be over
next TFr1da9y to try ald4oDaytona.
Dr. James W. Jacksom, of Cocoaeut
Grove, is spending his outing at the
1.tirelesbus, plws sad caeb at
Mmelr0lafth's e'ppo.bthae Udgewood
You get your two-bts' worth whbm
yeo hi Park's Breakfast Delight cofee.

B. F. Watt, a ing passengr agent
el the Plant Byem, was in Daytoma
Two stmsalMp tickets from Jackson-
vile to New York and return for sale.
Emtgre of the editor.

Dr. Edith ribsh west up to Palatha
Wehm6day morning toa&NAd th wed.
ding of a friend. he returned yeswday.
That little revenue a p need not bhe
need on your cheeksbet after, so send in
the prie of your delinquent subscription.
Dr. Mordes coutemmptata visit to his
old Cnadian home this fall. His aister
will probably return to Daytoa& with
C. M. Binagham, Jr., went up to Jack-
soavilB yesterday to attend a Meson of
the Florida Funeral Dimeetors and Em-
bealmes Association.
J. C. Bates, the genial repesentative
of the Semmes Hardware Company of
8avannah, was dealing on the Daytona
merchant. Wednesday.
Col. Fabian Law, of Oeen Core
8priags, is in the city. Col. Law is
mayor of Green Cove Kprings and
esnator from Clay County.
The Yankee Doodle -has been over-
hauled and is now pmpned to take out
summer excursion partit at special low
summer rates. Addrese M.oy Brothers,
Holly Hill. Florida.

BSience has found that rheumatism is
caused by uric acid in the blood. This
poison should he execreted by the kid-.
neys. Foley's Kidney Cure always
makes them well. Dr. J. M. Jones.
Owing to tle water being too high
Thursday the greased pole exhibition
was postponed until some other time.
Will Russell attempted to walk it but
in the attempt fell into the water and
was obliged to have assistance to regain
terra firm.
Carpenters have commented work on
the store buiding for J. E. Rush. The
structure will be 28 by 60 feet and will
be two stories high. The lower part
will he divided into two rooms. the
main store 28 by 35, and a warehouse
in the rear 28 by 25. The upper floor
will be divided into eight rooms.
H. H. Hoene writes us to send the
GAsZTmr -NKwP to Point Chautauqua.
N. Y., utul Sept. 15.th. Point Chautau-
qua is on Lake Chautauqua and is only
sixty mike from Buffalo. It is one of
the most charming reports on that
beautiful lake. Mr. Hoene has our thanks
for an invitation to visit him at his
pleasant summer abode.
Col. C. C. Post went up to Jackson-
ville Tuesday. The Colonel is interested
in a company that is developing a new
suburb .to Jacksonville. The tract of
land comprises about 5,000 acres and is
about two mies from the corporate
limits of Jacksonville. A bridge will be
built across the river and it is expected
it will become one of the prettiest su-
burbs of the city.
A great deal is aidof the mystery of
advertising, of its ubtlety and its un-
certainties. It is as simple and uncertain
as daylight, once you think of it in the
right way. It is jaut-as simple as hang.
ing up your sign, or saying, "Here are
some fine peaches, Mrs. Jones-twenty
cents aacan." When your ad goes in the
paper. you are simply hanging up thou-
sands of sigms and speaking to hundreds
of Mrs. Joneses.
There are few married men, except
fraternal editors, who do not now and
then carry in their pockets the picture of
an attractive woman who is not his
wile. Surprising as it may smm.
pictures are all of the same woman.
Her name is Miss Annie Wilkes WilliamS,
she resides in PbIladelphis, and her like-
-n is found on silver dollars of general
commene. If you don't want your wife
to find out you are carrying this
woman's picture in your pocket, send it
to us. It will pay for this paper, and
we'll take our chances of its making
trouble in our family.-Ex.

(G. P.Bdoiogh .
( ( tabUbd 1862.)
LOCAWm 13 M i N ap aVILUMNe.

S* Moor Bros. new Percal .. dress
p- tsetc.
C. C. Barnes isbuilding a storehouse on
the lar of his store.
The dredge is busy taking ot bell lor
a ringthe streets.
werlf Turner and family are spendifng
a feirrw es rteba elh.
Miss Belle Maley isdipping kle cream at
Shank's Ie Cream Paron.
Rev. C. M. Bingham will preach in the
Union church, at Ormond, next Sunday.
Miss Erickson is sting behind the
copters at the Cheap Cash Supply
- Mr. -and Mrs. J. J. White, of Rockledge,
pent Sunday in town, the guests of MAk,
TWbhole wheat bread made and for
sale by Mrs. Grambling; opposite the
Ridgewood Hotel.
Miss Verne Manley, the "hello" girl,
apeefe to leave ebortly on a visit to her
lather at Highlands, N. C.
The Seaside Inn was opened to the
public July 4th. The building it large
mad commodiMMous and will no doubt get
It share of patronage.
Mrs. Robert Bliven was a passenger on
the northbound train last Thursday en
mute to northern Georgia, where bhe
will spend the summer.
Cards are out announcing the mar-
vlage of Hardin N. Russell to Miss Edith
N. Stokes, to take place at the M. E.
church, Tuesday, July 16th.

W. H. Peter, L. Deepland. C. H Pelle-
cier, Orville Peters and the fAswrrE-
Nzws scribe enjoyed a fishing (?) trip to
the inlet Wedumday on the launch Or-
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 4.
B. Wilson. of DeLand, who were visiting
at the beach, ell from a swing at the
Pavilion one day last week and injured
her arm.
f bridge is being built over Ocean
Boulevard, at Sea Brese, from the
Clarendon Inn to the Pavilion. This
will save a great many steps to persons
going frequently between the two places.
Brnest Curtin returned from DeLand
last Friday. He stopped during his
stay in that city at the Floral Grove
Hotel, and speaks highly of the hostelry.
He won the half-mile bicycle race the

A Texas paper has an advertisement
that nrads: "For sale-4'ow and calf,
given three gallons of milk a day and a
stand of lieem." An exchange thinks
that is the kind of cown they had in the
days of the old Jewish prophets when
the land flowed with milk and honey.
Pirre Lorillard, the millionaire to-
bacco king and international sport. died
in New York last Sunday. Mr. Lorril-
lard has spent a number of winter along
the Halifax, Hillsboro and Indian rivers,
making New Suayrna his headquarters.
He owned two nice launches, which are
at present at New Smyrna.
An Exchlniine tells it readers how "to
mind their P's" in the following para-
paragraph: "*PermsiM who patronize
paper should pay promptly, for the
prealiar power in pushing forward
public prosperity. If the printer is paid
promptly. and his pocket-book kept
pletboric by prompt-paying patron, he
puts his pen to his paper in peace, his
paragraphs are more pointed, he paints
his pictnren of passing events in more
pleasing color., and the perusal of his
paper in a pleasure to the people."
Paste this piece oi proverbial philosophy
in some place where all persons can per-
ceive it.

TheDev. J. & mmemai dids at$ a
Bau Thusmday eating Jtly10 at sM
p. m. He ws m u mear 'i*n er0 eu ,
N. J., 1- e a t of aew
h fraewlek and Primetos Coaegps, m
p-a for the miuitry at Pirm"a
oTheolo gial ary. He laboe -in
the Sothuntil the ed of the Civil War,
when he wet West to Kama and 111-
ua, Ismtli* to. gaMet and aoept a
ebch at Beaville, N. J., later he bem
cmapuiaa at the Honem of Correioo,
and*@e IlaMd, N. Y. On aemout of
ahai6 tAhmhmse to Florida, whm
he bea me Bector of St. ftary' Chmch,
Daytona. He was one of the ian*t set-
-41m .OAh kemk at Dna B.rese, when
he became active in developing the nat.
rural womees, and beatdes of the beach.
Nwo smat the residme on the bemeb
at 4:80 p. m. Carriages will leave from
ti- remei of the Rev. Arnold at 4 p.
M., I Mw b each. Any fimdms are in-
Ti. ~nir M-Nws joins with the host
oflfrliiiaiteadlsa sympathy to the
baemsaed family.

Any advertised dealer s autborised
to guarantee Bammer Salve for better,
weeina, pkle, sprainm' asrld, burns,
alemrs and any ope or old sore. Dr. J.
M. Jons.

S. W. Johnsom, of the DeLand News.
paper Union, was in the city last Satur-
Fuad A. Meqnga, Titaville, sad Frank
H. le, Mdberm., attended the Masonic

J. M. A lib etg ticket aat of the
J. T. A LW.y.at Jasmemville, was

D. P. Ml lk derve ever to Barber-
v tMfaiMd emst d with a load
ofllMt fihm h trm,

Editor D. E. Thompson, of the at.-
Augustine Record, was circulating
among his Daytona friemis at atur-
White's Crerm Vermifuge not only
effectually expelled worms, but is un-
equaled as a tonic, and is a certain and
permanent cure for chills and fever in
children. Prie 25 eta. Dr. J. M. Jones.

The new GAzmes-Negw building,
north of the Holly Inan, will te completed
Monday night and we will move some
time next week. The building is 18 by
3; feet and is especially adapted for a
printing ofce.
Hervices Sunday at the Primitive Bap-
tist Church, Midway. as follows: 9 a.
m., Sunday school, 3 p. m.. Covenant
meeting, 8 p. m., Lord's supper and foot
washing. Everybody is invited. Rev.
C. F Sams, pastor.
John B. Fergumon and wife, of Hous.
ton. Tex, arrived last Saturday. Mrs.
Ferguson left again Monday lint Mrs.
Ferguson will remain at the Clarendon
during the summer. Mr. Ferguson is
very much infatuated with Daytona and
Sea Brwee and expects to return next
fall and invest in some property.
Halifax R. A. Chapter No 5 held a
stated convocation at which were visit-
ing companions from several chapter.
The degree were worked on Brothers
Jqhn A. Walker and Chan. M. Seolee of
Indian River Lodge and an enjoyable
time was had as the goat was in fine
condition and the journey was long and
dreary to the candidate who felt uis
though they had received the full worth
of tleir money.

The greatest healer of modern .tinwes is
Banner Salve for cuts. wounds, sore
piles and all akin diseases. It is guaran-
teed. Ise no substitute. Dlr. J. M.

F. W. SAMS, Prpritetr
Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarders.
Naw say TIA. FLORIDa

**Savannah Line."

Florida to New York. Boston and the CEast.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

via Palatial Express Steahips fr BAVAMNAH.


Oeasectione withNew York and Boston Skips On Sound Liane
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedule,. stateroom reservation. or call on
General Agent., Jacksonville. Fla. Agent, Daytona, Fla.
P. E. LFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEASANTH, Traffie Manager.
New Pier. 35 North River, New York, N. Y.

Sunday +1
Monday 4
TVBdaPy .... 739

Frday g4
Saturday 1040
LOW lmD.
suday 11:54
Modeay 12:42
TNeday 1:80
Wednesday 2:17
Thursday 3-01
Friday 3:4.
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A. 0. Blanchard, West Bangor. N. Y.,
mays: "I have been troubled with kidney
diseaw for the last five year. Have
doctored with several physi-ians and I
got no relief until I used two bottles of
FozvT's KmnvrCuuB." Dr. J. M. Jonm.


TAT OF FODA n Justice court.
County of VolPia.,
To K. G. MaLVIN, Defendant:
You are hereby notdMed that a writ ofd ttacb-
meet has bees iaumed atalm you, mad your
atteekbed to mtify he demad of 3.
i. Male d Ida A. Maley, amounting to sev-
enty dolra (7POO.)
Kow. unles you shall appear before J W.
Wilsams. a Justlee of thelpee in and for said
county, at him eoe, at Daytona. Fkida. on
the ALtMday of July, A. D., IM, judgmentW iIl
be rendered galnat you, and your property
mold for debt.
Dated thi 21st day of May, A. D., l t0l

Br It known that ix moutha after the pub-
i'ratlo of this notice am soo the'at"ter as I
can be ead. I shall aIply to the Ron. J. Lee
Mevrory, County Jd'e of Volula Countr,
Florda formy nal de a guardian of
the peno as eatat of Nora V. Ilaines. be-
foe masria ors V. Jsess n at whte time
I @bell pneM all say ouh r> rting my
nal secount and ask for mch d are.
0. LAILAC Onuardtkn Aformeaid.
Dayteoa. 1ia, Ap i M I Ru1.

A. Cecil Barnett,
k -- i-hemad Typ"WWrtr
Copying and Manifoldag a Specialty.
-P. O. Box 46-
Pick Haine Cottage, Heabneee, Florida.

We have on haud a complete line of all
kinds of fine confetionery which we sell
at wbolesle and retail.

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P.0. O.NTr
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rWRepaJring neatly done. Cottae
Ave., Dear Beoech St., Daytoa, Fla.

The m aest M to DIGESTION.

Daytona Ice Co.


Made from D)istilled Water.

Magnolia Avemne imad Railroad


Wima---GUs mus

Made d Sld By
Oppos Ridgewood Hotel.

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charleston. S. C.. b)oth ways.

The Clyde New E gland and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Iketween
Calling at Charletton Both Way,,.
South ... .............. ...From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Morth ... ... from fot Catherine street, Jacksneville

(leBary Liiw)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate Landings on NT. JOHNS RIVER.
('APT. W. A. SH 1AW.
Leaves laekeeviHe........................T....Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 p. m.
Leaves SawfTrd............ ..... Meedays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. ..

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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A. C. HAGERTY. Eat n Pass. Agent. I. M. 1tKONMNINGiR.I .In. F 1 '. A.
SI State St.. New York. 2114 W\Vet Ikvy St.. .,I-a knvill.-. lat.
THUS. D). HALEY. lA-al Frt. Agt. Cil '. IA I4VE1 I. Ast. I'lhs. Suit..
Foot Hogpan St., Jimkwmville. F',oot II4gZii St.. .Iak.tkitv ill.
.INO. L. HOWARll. Silie.rinitenlenit
t'cot Hogant St Jaks mnville.
Gisneral Manager tGenera:l Ag-nts,
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customs and beliefs which, when
harmless, It is Just as well to accept.
Our little village would be very dull
and uninteresting without them."
"I have no particular objection to
white mittens," Reuben replied, "only
Sdid not happen to have any."
"I thought as much. You would wear
them If you had them?"
*Why, yea, I should."
Rebecca disappeared for a moment
and returned holding out a pair of
mnow white mittens.
1"There. I made them for you. I had
to guess at the esie. Moat girls would
not have who have-brothers," she
sald archly. "Let me try them on."
And she pulled one over Reuben's
hand, but before she could adjust the
other his hands In some manner had
become Inextricably Intwined about
her waist. Then they sat down and
emPistd the trying on again and
They fitted, but Reuben never wore
the afterward. He hung them up as
a sacred trophy over the little mirror
tI the cabin of his vessel. And he had
thereafter good luck enough.
Her Werrr.
He-You know If you wor-y about
every little thing It's bound to affect
your health.
His Wife-Yes, I know. That's one
ofthe the wings I worry about.-Brooklyn




Two peole are walking along the
edt -towag the se-a you ma, taln
ad stalwart, sad a yoeag woman, also
tan and of a very slight fre. Her
mae is Blebecca Champernown. She
in the last desemndant oft a very ancient
and famoes family, whose pride Is
almost her only Inheritance.
No one could have believed that she
would fa lIn love with a sabsmhan,
eat of all her mother. But s tt has
happened She loves Reuben Gage,
captain of the fishing schooner Anna
As Reuben and Rebecca walk along
the road they do not spear to talk
much. Yet In some way, perhaps by
her womanly Intuitions, abe has dis-
covered his great, manly, affectionate
Reuben has often been on the point
of speaking, but the right words failed
him, and something arose In his throat
that choked utterance, and Rebecca
has waited, eager, a little Impatient at
times and at others almost tempted to
speak out herself.
Reuben Is equally perplexed In his
simple mind. He Is sure of only one
thing-that 1, the state of his own feel-
tlgs-but he is not yet able to decide
whether Rebecca loves him. He would
like a sign, something, however slight,
that would show him where he stood.
Of late he has been unlucky on his
fishing trips In the Anna 8heafe, a
small vessel which he commands and
of which he owns one-quarter. lie met
Rebecca less and less often. Somehow.
without money In his pocket, he could
not enjoy so much being with her. felt
less a man and an Inequality be could
not explain.
Reuben did not recover his usual
spirits. His good old mother Insisted
that he was not well and needed phys-
ic. Reuben took the medicine, being a
good deal of a child under his mother's
"Mother," said he, "'It does me no
good. but I will take It to please you."
"My son, you Just wat. You've been
behlaIhand some time, and It will take
awhile to get you beforehand again.
Thee herbs never failed in my experi-
ence. and I've had a good deal In sick-
ness of one sort or another."
Reuben grew thin and nervous in
opite of the medicine, but he went
about preparations for the winter cruis-
ing. Bad luck continued to follow
him; small fares and falling prices dis-
couraged him more and more.
But the greater his depression the
more his mind dwelt upon Rebecca. In
some curious involved way he had
come to connect his Ill luck with her.
His brother fishermen, however,
thought it was all on account of his
not wearing white mittens when he set
and handled his traw, lines, It being in
that region of fishing villages thM an-
versal belief of superstition that white
mittens must be worn to Insure good
luck in winter trawling.
But Reuben paid no attention to
what he thought was a mere fancy.
He determined to see her again and
arranged to see her when her mother
was absent.
"I have come to see you once more,"
he said on meeting her, "but perhaps I
had better not come again."
"Why?* said Rebecca; "Are you not
always welcome. Captain Gage?"
"Yes; we never quarrel, and we never
get any further along from one time to
This was more than he had ever been
able to say before in regard to their
personal relation, and be was trigthen-
ed at himself. So be began again from
what be thought wai- another point;
yet, as out of the ful ,,s of the heart
the mouth speaketh, I. could betray-
ing his true feelings.
'"I'm not getting on very well now-
no luck, no money, and the Anna
Bheafe getting in debt. I thought I
Should tell you, though I do not know
that you will care."
"Yes, I do care, very much, Captain
Gage. I knew something was the mat-
ter, and I beard from one of the village
gosips It was because you neglected or
eered at the custom of wearing white
mittem.as the other fishermen do when
getting their trawls. Do you think it is
a sOly superstition r'
"Yes, I do, In the main."
"*So do I when 1 reason. At other
time I half believe in It. There Is
something at the bottom of all common

"Well?" I stretched out my hand.
"Then you can ask me againn" .\ind
she ran out of the room.
Maisie Is almost as ('x:Laper:itL- g :s
the ping pong balls.-King.

HI1d4o 3.1s1f.
When the land is contaminated, men
should at the time of milking cows let
the milk fall directly on the ground and
moisten It. They sijhounm al.so f:ist.
Deeds of charity and sacrifices itt be-
half of ancestors should i performed
In every house, village and city. 1o,
"Impiety is the root of all di-tases."
So says Charaka. the highest aunthior-
Ity in medical science.
The planets should IN, plropitiated.
The observance of these good rules will
create In men a kind of plsychlic force
which will purify the tainted soil, wa-
ter, etc, and render them wholesome.
Visohnu should be worshiiped in evciry
house with offerings of leaves of tulasi..
Such holy observances will put an
end to all pestilential diseases like thieJ
bubonic plague, malarial fever, cholera,
etc. There will be timely showers of
rain. followed by abundant harvests.
Men will pass their lives in the enjoy-
ment of health and peace. Nothing else
can contrlbfe to the happiness of man-
klnd.--Clcta Indian Mirror.

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"Isn't the wteJuer awful?" said
"I couldn't get a cab or anything at
the station, so I had to walk."
"I suppose you're a bit damp?"
"Just a trifle." My hat had made a
small pooL
"Oh, I'm dreadfully bored. Do niai:e
haste and get those wet things off. I
want you to play ping pong with nme."
"What on earth Is that?"
"You don't know?" she asked Incred-
ulously. "Oh, hurry up."
And I did. Maisie is always charm-
Ing. I had not seen her for several
months, and I had had something on
my mind for a considerable time. She
was waiting for me as I came down
"Conme along," she said, and she took
me to one of the rooms where a six
foot dining table was cleared, save for
a tiny net seven or eight inches high
stretched across the middle.
"What's that for?" I asketl.
"Ping pong," she laughed.
"Bounds Chinese."
"No, It's English. Just like tennis."
"You've got to play."
"But I don't like tennis," I r- mon-
I think It's a finicky game.
"I'm going to teach you ping pong,"
she replied.
I succumbed.
"Very well," I murmured.
She gave me a ridiculous little bat-
tledore with parchment sides.
"You don't know how to play teinls.
don't you?"
I nodded.
"Ping pong is almost the samee" she
"But I wanted to have a chat with
you, Maisie." I remonstrated.
"Afterward, if you are a good boy."
And she smiled so sweetly that I dr-op
ped the battledore and went tow'irl
"Look. you've dropli-d it." she ailled
quickly, and I returned crestailletn.
Then the excitement began.
Do you know ping pong? You play
with celluloid balls and bIttled.,rvs oni
a table Instead of a tennis court. T,'l
little balls naturally Iomuuce :ili:,',!i.:' Ily
when hit by the parchmnent sidltd bit-
My. first bail went straight f.:r t:i'
portrait of one of Malsle's iancestiirs. I
was alarmed, but Masisle only tl:ca:lI.
"You hit too hard," she said.
I tried gentler methods amid stv., d-
ed In hitting the c. 'ling and almost e\ -
erything In the room. 'lut In vaiin did I
endeavor to return.thie 'is into, Maii-
ale's court or side of the tilt.
I have the reputation of beih-. a good
slogger at cricket. The little balls i
about like bullets, and Malaie Iobobel
every now and then to let them pa.F
her head. At last I had no more hall;.
to hit.
"Now you must gather them." s.aid
Maisle. "I think you're improi ing.."
I smiled and crawled beneath chairs.
groping with my hands in dusty cor-
ners. It was really wonderful where
those balls rolled to. When I minerged.
Maisie said:
"Now you must try and win Iht' next
"Don't you think we might have a
rest?" I suggested.
"Afterward," she smiled.
Ping pong evidently produced entlin-
I believe I Improved, for I :linost
woI the anet game, and then Mlaisie
passed me and jast crept up to the en'd.
"Confound It!" I said and broiuglt may
bittledore down on the cornr of ith
"Ob!" shrieked Maisle, pointiiig to,
my weapon. There was a gash thlir.i':.g
both sades.
"I'm afraid I've broken It." I "ii.lo -
"And I haven't got aimothir.'" .ai':l
Malsle. "so you must plya oin \iihi
Idid as I was told.
Maisle kept on winning, samid w,
came to the last game of the set. I wv
"Love-40." called Maisle.
I lut down my battledore.
"I'll give you this game." I said.
"You're beaten." she laughed.
"On this condition," I ad her retort. "that as you have tlih,' 4'1
you'll let me have the love."
She laughed, but a tinge of red suf-
fused her cheeks.
"You agree?" I asked.
"You'll learn ping pong?'" slit pir-
"Of course."
"When you beat me"- she starthd..

East Coast of Florida.

Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While it
offers all the delights of the seashore, it is only ten minutes walk, or five minutes
by horws car, from the orange groves and palm shaded walks on the banks of the
Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station, being connected with it
by hors-'ar. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lemon, orange, and rare tropi-
v*nl fruit. avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, ocean, surf-hathing and fine
tishilng. The climate is delightful, and is beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous
prostrat ion.
Will open about the first of June, hat will be in a position to take carpeof guests
anitr May l0thi. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $8 to #12 per week. 48
For further information address, 1). B. MATHESON. Ormond. Florida.




Buffalo, 4. Y

May i to November i, oo1901.

T he Seaboard Air Line


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 inuding Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.
l" it. E. L,. Ill NCH. (Gen. l'at Agrnt. i'ortsmiiouth,. VI.
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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Riaing, Ceiling.
Prick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
l'I,%O ,s:i Offices and Yprds: East Coast Railway And Orage Avenue.









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Flnt Cabte, S(k

For corspodi low atme frem.
A. W. PYE, Agent, J. I
220 W. Bay t., Jaeksoavflle, Ph.
G. H. CLARK, A,_st, D.,toolk F-MA .
C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Ageats
16 BSurl Sp Me r.





St. Lois ad Chicago
NOaIT.rTXU N Schedule Eltvw May 1. sWmainmsoW
No. 4 | No. 2 N4. 1 11
7:45 pm 7:25 am Lv........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar 8:6611m 8:iMa'
11.05 pm 10:55 am!Ar...........Vaidosa (A. V. & W.)............Lv 5:20 pm 5:Samk
3:50 am 4:10 pm Ar................Macon (G. 8. & F.) Lv 11:80 am 1l:4g -
7.25 am 7:37 pm Ar Atlanta (C. of G.) Lv 8:00 am :0 Ipa
1.0 1 pm 12:80 am Ar..........Chattanooga (W.A A.)...........Lv 4.tO am 8pV
5:55 pm 5:-3 am Ar...........Nashville (N. C. & St. L.)..........Lv 10:55 pm a .O:1g
3:25 am 7:24 pm Ar St. Louis (I. C.) Lv 8:M -m 10:15 p
7:25 pm 7.) am Lv..........Nashvflt (N. C. A. St. L.),.........Ar 8- pm :aw m
1:47 pm 12:10 pmnLv ..Marthb (. C.) Ar 2:.5&pm &15m
10:50 am ............... |Ar Chieagt (I.C.) Lv ........... 6:1. r
7::30 pm 5:48 am Lv. Nashville (L. & N.)...............Ar 10:42 pn Sm
12:.0 am 9:50 am Ar Evansville (LA N.) LvT 685 5 = :1-am
9:15 am 5:30 pm!Ar...............Chicoago (C. & E. I:) Lv 11-)5 am T7Wpm
No. 4-IXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buflt tHleper betwm Jaec
nonville and St. Louis. making direct eometlom wfor ai poft t hill We* id
Northwest. Through sleeping car esrvaio made to Lou CmIm~pml
Chicago. only requiring pM menger to step from one car. into another. t
No. 2-DAY EXPREMI, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, eonn tV
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through Ms0epr or
All correspondamce promptly answered and M.eping Car Bertas riserved- Will me glad
meet pasengers at depot in Jacksonville or my ofiee, 224 West Bey Street. Drop s 8 iLle.
WALTce HAWKINs, (hen'l Agent Traffic Department, JaeksoMvte, Fla.
J. C. HAILE, General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. Htmroz, Traffie Manager, Savannah, Ga.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.





Carrying through Pullman Vestibiled
Louis withmot change.

Buffet S~epm Jtwionva& to St.
Choice of Roule.

For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, writato
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Traffie Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
St he Atlantic Coat Line, via Charleston, Richmond
TO THE and Washigto.
E a ^ The Southern Ralway, via Savannah, Columbia and


TO TH East

The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville.
The Mobile A Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Minern Transpor-
tation company for Baltimore.

To Nova Scotil, Cape Brete aand Prince Edwards h&d Vit Boston and Can-
ada. Atlan.ie and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Char- ,1

will le on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern. Western and Southern States to-
all Florida reort via the Plant System during the season 190)-14)1 limited to1
return until May 31st. with liberal top-over privileges in Florida.
Addreswe of parties in the North sent to the underaigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates,slekping car resrvations, etc, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passnger Agent. 13:8 West Bay St-, Jacksonville. Florida

W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent,
Savannah, Ga.

B. W. WRENN, Pass. Traffic Man.
Savannah, Ga.

Florida East Coast

Bottling Company.
Manufacturers of High Grade Soda Water--All flavor
Cream and Dewey Specialties.
All orders promptly filled. Write for prices.
OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS-Vlusia Ave., neir F. E C. R'y station

J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.

Hotel Coquina,

The Up-to-Date .*

Tonsorial Parlor.
W. A. ItREA DEKR. Propritor.

Strict First Cass

Not rth I eithch St rt.

Closed Sundays.




Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATES the ULiver, Stomach and Bowels,
C m the Systm, PuNfies the Blood.

CUREE Mara NiSMss, CoosipO.m
WekStomch mad Impaired Digestion.

Every BIttle Guarait t le Satisfo a om.
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