Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00394
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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 27, 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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SPVOt and Toilet Articles. p
myT 00 PINB TAR 0OUGH BAIABl-25 cents a bottle.
S wkow % V ATTONr.O.SIDA.


Am by Edcated and Influential

Whe amh men as Bm Harrison, editorial writer of the Times-
Goibsa=AMm, of JackeouvWe, FI., ,ad John N. Rogers, County
S J-df the Boa d of Education, of Sandereville, Ga., do
wtMtairy delaes the Fradi to be the most practical and dura-
Mb of a standad mahines. sid that they would use no other,
he tK mst have superior qualities. The writing is visible without
0Ur the warigi. The nmclNeimm is no simple that a child can
I Mt. No trt combine controls the price. Therefore you can
y k lor $75, an terms to suit your pocketbook,
Good emcoadhaad Franklin@ for $25, and upwards.
Your hiquires by mail, or in person, will receive courteous and
PUm0 tion.PMtt
General Southern Agent,

NW. a: New St.. Charleston, S. C.
173 Devonshire Street,
Boston. Mass.

I. T. CONRAD Q CO. 1 01

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

e and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.


Agents for W. L. Douglass' Shoes

for Men. m The Best on the Market.

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a limited quantity of goods which
be sold at the following Reduced Prices:


Matton, per can............................. ....... .............. $ 1

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Hambw ger Steak......................----------...-
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Camwons" sere" a"nd oe0d Awlefo.


Try Us On Job Printing.


Datona. florida, Jul7 37. 1901


Who would not love to stand and gase
Upon the grand old ocean's face?
Scan o'er the azure, piMty mame
Of glorious breakers' matchmless grace.
In wayward strife, an endless throng,
The crested billows sweep along.

From isles afar, the soft wind blows,
illed with the great sea's osone;
7Te -- with lingering beauty woes
The mecy sea foam shoreward thrown,
In wreaths, and mazes, on the beah,
Wrapped in a flood of silvery speech.

Ah, radiant shore, ah, restless sea l
Of sparkling waves so full of cheer,
That fills the heart with ecstacy,
And breathes Qf love's celestial sphere. '
Released from care, the soul mounts high.
In harmony with sea and sky.
Lucti ADA MACKzzui.

U5he Commandry Instituted

Dartona Now Has Members in the Highest
Degree of York Masonry.

During the week the city has been
id the hands of the Knights Templars.
The cause of all the commotion was
the institution of Orientar Com-
mandry Knights Templar.
Tuesday the visiting Sir Knights
were arriving from Jacksonville, De-
Land, Orlando, Palatka and various
parts of the state. Tuesday evening
a preliminary meeting was held to
prepare for the coming conclave. At
this meeting the Commandry was
opened by Eminent Sir Knight W. H.
Jewell, of Orlando, Past Grand Com-
mander of Florida, and the Sir
Knights were instructed in Tactics
and the Esoteric work.
The first formal meeting was held
Wednesday afternoon. Oriental Com-
mandry was opened and organized,
and Em. Commander 0. L. Smith was
received in full form. The order of
the Temple was closed and the Com-
mandry opened in the Red Cross with
Em. Sir Knight S. B. Wright as Sov-
ereign Master, and the order of the
Red Cross was conferred upon four-
teen candidates: the same evening
the order of Sir Knight was conferred
upon the same candidates, Em. Sir
Knight James Carnell acting as Em.
Meetings were also held Thursday
afternoon and evening, and the or-
ders were conferred upon four can-
Rt. Em. Sirs W. P. Webster, Past
Grand Commander, as Sovereign Mas-
ter in the Red Cross, and Rt. Em. Sir
W. S. Ware, Grand Commander of
Florida, as Em. Commander in the
The "Breakers" was the head-
quarters of the Grand Commandry
and visiting Sir Knights, and the
hospitable Daytona House took
care of the visiting candidates
from afar. The visitors were en-
tertained by the local members
taking them around our beautiful
city in the automobiles, and by
a banquet at the Daytona House
Thursday evening. The local Com-
mandery feel under great obligations
to the visiting Grand Commandry
officers and Sir Knights for their

To Get Rid of Mosqstto*s
For centuries mankind has endunvd the
mosquito-not willingly, but because
there seemed no help for it. This little
pest has made human life a burden. says
the Rural New Yorker, and has also been
the means of spreadiin malaria. yellow
fever and probably other diseases. We
faik d to fight the mosquito successfully
because the warfare was conducted
against single adults. They were
serenued out of the house with partial
success, and now and then one was
caught in his bloody act and killed.
This process proved about as effective as
the plan of emptying the ocean with a9
tablespoon. Now the fight against this
pest has been changed from individual
combat to wholesale slaughter. The
scientific men have shown us how to de-
stroy the baby mosquitoes. Their quiet
study of its habits has been more effect-
ive than all the groans. slaps and bad
language which the practical men have
indulged in. The insects breed in still,
fresh water. They will not breed in run-
ning streams or in salt water. It all the
little pools and stagnant ponds in a
neighborhood can be drained the mos-
quito crop will surely fail from drought.
Where this drainage is impossible a thin
film of kerosene oil over the surface of
the water will put an end to the "wig-
glers." Of course this plan require the
co-operation of neighbors in order to
make it effective-for that matter so does
every effort against pests which injure
us. be they mosquitoes or men. By take;

valuable assistance In helping to in-
stitute Oriental Commandery, U. D.
The H. R. Y. C. showed their hos-
pitality by throwing open the doors
of the club house, and many pleasant
minutes were passed by the visitors
in the home of the club.
The following officers of the Grand
Commandry were present:
W. S. Ware, Grand Commander,
Grand Commandry.
W. H. Jewell, P. G. C.
W. P. Webster, P. G. C. and Grand
E. E. Haskell, P. G. C.
0. S. Keene, C. G.
Jas. Carnell, G. S. W.
S. B. Wright, G. S. B.
John H. Norton, P. E. C.
C. S. Hammett, Generalissimo.
W. A. Andress, Captain General.
Rev. T. Griffith, Prelate.
And Sir Knights W. S. Smart and
Thos. Hilditch.
W. H. Jewell, P. G. C.
S. B. Wright, E. C.
B. F. Bowen, P. E. C.
And Sir Knights W. B. Fudger,
John Hibbard, Dr. John MacDiarmid,
Bert Fish.
E. E. Haskell, P. G. C.
The following are the petitioners
for the institution of Oriental Com-
mandry, U. D. :
C. L. Smith, E. C.
A. H. Carter, G.
W. E. Ballough, C. G.
And Sir Knights James Carnell, J.
R. Wetherell, B. F. Hough, Geo. P.
Ballough, Geo. F. Paddison, D. P.
The following companions were
dubbed and knighted Knights Tem-
plar: C. M. Bingham, Jr., Marion M.
Brunson, Frederick Morgan, Dr. H. K.
DuBois, Jas. W. Wilkinson, Jas. E.
Andrews, Ernest F. Macveigh, T. L.
Rodgers, Chas. T. McCarty, Lewis H.
Kahn, T. A. Losley, Harry E. Baker,
S. fH. Gove, Dr. H. D. Brown, Chas.
A. Ballough, Prof. Z. T. Merritt,
Marion E. Gruber, Louis H. Lane.

care of all water holes or stagnant
places on our premises we may do much
good, but this work of fighting mosqui-
toes is a public service in which all
should take a hand. The so-called
"board of health" to be found in most
communities might just as well enforce
sanitary laws against the mosquito as
to quarantine patients who suffer from
contagious diseases. It is reported that
the city of Winchester, Va., has been
made nearly "mosquito proof" by the
enforcement of an ordinance requiring
people to use kerosene in all vaults and
sinks. Formerly the insects were so bad
that guests were driven away. On Long
Island an area containing twenty-five
square miles has been examined by an
engineer and every stagnant pool or
pond will be drained or oiled. These
things show that people are moving
against the mosquito, and it is high
time they did so. Science shows how
the work may be done, and now pro-
vides a motive for doing it by providing
that this winged and spurred enemy is
responsible for spreading disease.

Those who live on farms are liable to
many accidental ruts. burns and bruises,
which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
Lininment is promptly applied. Price 25
and ,0 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

The largest stock of 10 and 15 eta.
novels by best authors ever wen in Day-
tona at Geo. II. tlarks.'



Are you intoested i Shoes? AnI ydi
Let us give you a fewpoints. Wew kAsi
few days rciv our first instalent of o
fall line of s therefore for the next tm
days you can buy a
$8.00 Shoe for 2.25
2.50 1.85
2.00 1.40
1.50 1.00
1.25 "' .85

Also some wool dress

goods at 50 per cent less

Oan original price.


Mosquito Canopies *

and Sand Fly Nttng.

We have a full line Ladies' and Gent@' Bathing Suits, Hate, Cape ad &Wk-.
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Moore Bros.



Has a Select Stock of......



Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


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DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted prohesionally during bmdls
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:80 p. m.

Is located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
ection and no finer location can be found in this vicinity. During the summer the
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the room are
single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
sunny exposure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotuda hav
been enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been added and everything dougmeor the
comfort and convenience of guests. The hall is one hundred eaWt long. The C~de
is in charge of a competent chef and it is the especial aim of the manaat t
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house is three blocks earth of t de.
pot, and convenient to the Post Office, Churches, Schools,etc. and is within a mls.
of the ocean with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or autoing. Bat
$2.50 per day. $10.00 per week and upwards, according tooca
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 bills brought to you,
call at the store for one.
Come early before assortment is
broken as we have only a limited qaus-
tity of some of these articles.

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Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.

PbMiased Every Saturday.

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I Fw4fcwrvl

EDWARD FITZGERALD, The Sefsi.l.. Inn is it;,iilly illiig with ll'a1
Editor and Proprietor. glnts.
ubcription .o per Year, in Advance. Mrs. Hoper. if i4 is spring
Advert ising Rat on Application.. f.w .,hys .at III,-i .inh. weakens the body and de-
Mayor F'iel..,r, a.ni, f.,iiiiy. Eof I.ln ,iL grades the mind. It saps
Entered at the P .toffice at Daytona. Florida. as n'ri .elinig a.1 few ,I.iys 4on t Iht. lilh. the nervous strength that
lld_ Ili..,,-n ...' i.-is is h ,ling d ,ie.. s t Ii.- is the source of all health,
trd Jul 27 ilvii,.lvry Thurisdiay iftt.i 111:,,,,Ind and perverts the functions
Sturdy, July 7, of every organ. Because
Returning hoie '. ,.i, ait pro ..tl .ed : W. -Mo.I.'e. .' l, I. ;,111 .\. .. of its stubborn nature, it is
tonrftn .i l. loIn.,t .. id t l';itIta. all ,f "r.,Ini:. i .* ;at Ilh. often called incurable. This
says Antri.-aiens cain I ra"y lnt% gr. w,,,r.,' is not true. There is one
Liuder andiul tilit harder thui any alli, MrI. ad .l 1rs1. ... %I\. Mlku,'irn. oif Live medicine that never fails to
pdl .l1ie n < 41th. Th- is t;i.v i'. ,1 ,,a. (>nik. Fo,,'i,l In:, '....s I.n i, -,.I a.,,' l check the nervous spasm s
but thi e e. ai.lhiniition is l hint oi tl o w ,.eathy mil inltl,,.litiil n ,i,.I .h nt of I and give new strength to
t. \We.'t I l.. the entire system.
My little girl had epilepsy so had
that in one day she suffered seventy-
At last tlhe iniligni:tioln of aniikiinl is ** O*SO* #.*e*O*** @** one fits. The doctors gave her n to
armse .ai.'t th" i .,lit A die, but I began giving 'her Dr. MNI:l.es
ar.oeo against til- nosiIit. A Holly Hill Ne s Nervine aud now she i perfectly wl.
lnage inprov... t ,so -i.tv in ti,.,eeil-.t o Hill News. It took five bottles to effect a cure."
h s h i ai tM RS. A DIl! T W ALLF N4,
has hild ln-.stial i'-lntoit d.evi. .i Vi,,l44l#gOg O **ele* Siloam Springs, Ark.
and means to, kiiit i fit'- i t ,-'is ,r ,, ,, :n \.\i ,,,-, fil 1,;. eh "T"d ev.ig r
the tll f l i t h t l i -. i I,.1, 1 ,t- o:l.d, y rii us th, ona. rantee .
mi it l apparatus for spr,,n.,lig-ldi,. -... ,, n ni
i l C re N1- ;ir l I t .ifl l 1-:1 ;,. ll,,.' Ioi-
So0 rw on.e s1.- s: V.r t ,i i llr- Ih. i t.ili- o ;rl I .- 'I ; hll0 .Li"v-' 1 1'..
lof: |. .l i .- t 1. l ol; iioir iii ili. .it i.m iNi t1 i 4
allays nervous irritation,
thl. splir it i . ha, t i,.y ,,,, Ef,.1 I ,,. .. z,,l .1 11d..il..l% -11 .,,-4 1. i t .., slI ,, ilS,,,. stops sp asm s, rest res di-
"in inn "tin .." il f nd 1ta he i 's *I I ,, I ..,v,,.t ,i.., s ,.,,, ,,,si,,,, ,i gestion and m mental vigor.
|lins .- l e w. in t- ths e >l.i. .1,1|1 t.l ,nli.l ll 1. 1 i,','l l-o |, 1 l Sold bydruggists on guarantee.
1. it l h,' lt l h ,I ,:llfiil-I i, tI 1,, I l h'i I I Dr. M iles, Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
Wlh Ill vk |ew .. 10 I \\ il I II: 11t 'lll 1 l r ;4 4 Ill,; ii l\I lll-iii l so-r I:i., i ll l it

1ur-d it is all right I to inv.sti ;Igate nl' l it kn ,, it, t i ll;, ,. i q ,1 ,,I..s ," il- ,,, ^ t,,, It .m ,." S lv', f,, t,. t.'. .
w .it w ha t ri. ni.tr o' IO.f nii th.I .liiit,,r is. tI ,. h In'I, 1, ,,,ti ,. .\l l i.I\ I I i.- I ofif ,f,.Z fl.l,, il, plil ,. s i l ill s ..,I ~ l.s liit sl.
hut don't foi r t to in '..stig.ilt. il .. f.llo v hai, Ei,..; \ ihi, h ,,l,I suE ,,r.E.,li all ,,, .n ,,, n o o s. I .1
whod es the .uiinii atlso. ine tii. li t.. thers fi or Ih,. t.1i ll;..1 on1. \\hii.hl \\lIse M..I,, ,.
in ten.you will fin i. that li is ia .feil w I alt.o:,.the. r fi.;ithrh..lsse ,il .1 :iii- llG f,, "
who th oes. n't want thi- i.I lic, too knoW\t t h0. ,i,'e li iln ithat; h il, i i,,.,,., l ,l ilu ,kinO.
what li ie doing~ Now. ifyo i don't I..- A lasf ie lh. fl'lih. ffors of iiiiii i .\ ll;, iNh i \\',st I :;_- r. \. ..
live it. justt do .i little ilnv.-stligatln .-- ,l.,,, ,l "I, t, ,. ,,,ly ,P-IOret oi, >l ,itl k:i ii: .
Gainesvillk. News. had of that val bl. m idlh kini,. lis';,.,s lf r th' i;I-t fi\r, .irs. l|l\*.
hir t 0 1 l ,.r l. v f .i hre. 1 i. ,h141. r,41 \\ih t | l sr i hhy iiGll: s d!Ild I
i. llrit hl .ltlittaglth. Ieit a 11 t ot t IllsIoi*4 i11,1.I'l l ill I. I. 1l .
M .ih kers 'l' at. hi has i ,loigh nt ,ot l.. lit ,oo.tv .. r, l tl, h.. I 'I.: :." ..I..1..holrl
tpoat id a noti. that ii.n \\ ith shirt-g .xt nl,, ,.helitv .,,l| ah il,.. kill,,. hi t. .,,,
waist tand. alt otl.theer nien must wear a* tlat tht 1cookhas frs fo-vo. Ii,|,,,-.. li. LEGAL NOTICES
lcoat while e iattWe tlilt, a 4tt. l.t it,4 s flil.h .. pIl l .M ,. ,a i i t il',. in ; it ,'hii.k il i\\ liI el l ;,s\
Otliwr ('hi* i ,go tINat. ,N \ fi lik.-wis.., 1..,.rI,.,.Ts, Ih fl I,.or01i -r-.I vIntl, of :I NOTICE.
TIe o alyv w eiy for ('lh .-itn I. n Ite- II.inloy f,)e l \ l. o ,,, i nir ,. Io n.retu l I li, ;t n un t,, i ,, ih- ; ,,. i ,t I
t play o. n hot t ighlt is l. t i oft) w shirt- h ., n t ,.v.,.e -,'s l. l i, k 11 '..l..,kI. .,l ,, l l.a r1, a iv, ha N, I ;i .o.
wS i-lt and skirt andl pa-s \vi 0-. s nt i. s ii f'tlh r .n .iil. ,,f \ ,.I. ,
ThoI- hirt wivaist i l a dli'vin .,;i ti,.. 0it1 ,:, hi, C -,b, inetI -,.- k \ I 1a,'n .
WB tl th rllln ; f V l l'r rllh fo V il Is.111 iit..0 in i .].f::,' N i \' I ,,l -,,I. li !;F n cin It
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TIw ivo l dige tin I an1 1 tS;ll lIl thi ii,-, L S- p o
tienian tank it tim,.u alint iln ,.onini to **O *********************
thei frint andil ein iigenth-in of ii- Mrs... K. ;ilin \\is in t.i T ... Gt l aneed $90 0
portan it. Six months naio the wo,,,od daty ,llingil on fri,,i mjan wai on Utop. while no on.. -n.d for |i)lvil Stlnar. I,1,. I.. ,n.. 1 .i Stil- SY Yearly.
the i\e n h.a .Now the thing I ia y d ay,, ,. hl ..,,,. ,, .,,, ..,-. : .,,
Limed by nu'glett. Herbine gives t t 14 40.10t h A.. n A. ,|| I. ll ,| r l l. l I '. I i ;| .. i--
c-haingep It i the, iW man wl ho is popI :- .,1,h. ,. r i. .... ,1,.. k .- .. k 1 1. ,,
lar and w hol ecomn ing is looked for S .. B.HBalm, .; 1 ,, 1,,. ,,;1. -N% rkin, on ,-- 8900 -A,.,,.' ,r,, .\ :. ,
every day. W ene it not for tlse two I)o.-tor `h.\ k's Im il.ling .1, .... ,' ...' h.,-,. ,'i ',,n l ..,,,, I
r iI. -t o I, in l r Mt |i; l In :, : i, .,III
i tn. we would all l ie in l IMad row of Their a.s .;n of.-..,ji |L.\ ll,.t, t ,.,,- .w!... l,. .r. 11. .... i:,i 1
Ftlmp. Yet then an ni.ma.y of us who party at the r,.-s.id..n.-,. 1 .'. S,.,,..;n l ;,.TArFO1:RDPRESS. Ne. Cian.C onn
ca remetwiber. wlwn our pan-.nts id pnot inst \\t.sk.
patronize either. We ll'l1d piie knots
of our own gathering in th ll, \iltera unl d 'hurle ,il -1 1n","*t -t l**l1. N ERICKSON,
drank barelw ater in the su nm. er .andl lal.t i *- ''l*.l l. *
thought that was tlwI lit \\. -.l But the world movs andl \\, i m,,ve\ witlh hlrg, | t.\ wIn I l. lhhl. i '|'T,- Fancy Wood Worker.
it. d >y. in E F. a i.4'icii and tish.l fIry.
Imperlfct digrtion an' assinil.,io I- W i'ulmrn hl s .o,,n l,,.it,.,l t I'. I rI- S. >1l W inlowh S.I-,.ns,. Ii.t,, .
produce dinordenit -olnditions of thl.. th *tt- o hl s- a ub t 1 1 kis of
the Ay..m. whk-h ,w awl a., ,'on- "o I.
nrned by negvl e ct. H erhine g ivws tor to .Mni A .A W hl l.. n,,l |I r ru.rn,,. .,t r ''r,.* -0,;, 1- I,. ,-.
the stomach. and canum.s -oo<| dip s.- d:lsihtr. little Asi,,in Tinir,.l.hi\, In ,tt.','",, .\\,.n r.. DI\)1 o .1. F'i..A.
tion. Priee 50 et. Dr. J. .1. .hIn.s. Nprndinig" a ,'ouph. of \\crk l hr ,.

Conlnreneing to-night we elose' our
hake-rv for two lnonthil for a lnuil-h
tieded vacation. We de'-inr to think
our friends for their Iatrongw, aind trdst-.
that we can naain lerve th|tn- in tilhe fill.
MRs. '. C \. |;I .\n .!i;.

White' s C'r,-riin ,'ln',iifulri nIoCEt onlly
effNetually exp*1lls w.', niis. but is 1111-
equalled us a tonic.. ;ind is a verta.in aind
permanent cun' forchills tild fe.v.r ill
children. Pri-e 2:", st.. Ilr. .1. M. Jones.

.1. Parrot rmetilirne'ifl-rii 1 I:lI'.Nal tt

e'e-ire'irttctil etheehI I toItIiIse.
Neal Al1exaend1eryandelIgii sist.-r. Nji-
Hitt tie'. are ixJcu'ujenic thIlol lit teli~s i'it-
tage. 4-orne'r cmfIbuntsL~amwte~m Avv'.. midii
River Ktrwet. Mr. Alc'xitiih.r is Som ie KE -
ingrtel the.'slmitt e.'1mrtii~ i ~lon f Ithei St':it.I
ti ii e jici his '.. iit4m eues a '.'.

WVateilto I'tesili iiem-IBY iall* \ Ile'lio-.'lgII
:5-11Y a, cshei'.leer4eL'.', I i~ r sides
lev. .l l~ i 4: l07 eI'l 14

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p~sadolia Avwemie dad Railroad

To) ,'nliit ftif111i thle yEtc'lli give tOl
.liiid plain. nirilhing h f(i and White-P'
'nvumn Vermiifige. ThIw nrult will Iw.
thlw wornms will dinaplwar anid tlw child
Ie'-toin' Iwaltly aindl cahie-rfui. Pri''e
2.- 41t.. Dr. J. .Ioh'Ms.

.1. ('. I'ETTIE 'H E .ANA. '; .
Electrical Contractors.

11 I I ; F's)i t il." riTlt arrlll;"A. ASr : 1 I.TV

. ) I nll sii|ily i f .aill kinds of 10-I, tri',ial
ni-|linlin,',..s -'nd i l Sppli 's :;lwa\ ys ,) n d,1 4l.

Special Attention to Marine Work.
Seminole Building. Daytona, Fla.




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;cmigIl :41 t1 hoer fyu s ite i t I : i -ol-~~..taPli's firimn
64. of ci i'ls efieri's %% itlI Oit the low i~ f
ill isei m i ll lid sl' % 11 l .INCfe r -s.iitslli

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wi' it Ii Wtl. 1'.IDaev. N. & r. lth'r. eof Asleury
1,1111. New b.'l."'.Ys'V: thei.' Illsine'ss w.vill I be

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C oo 1;1 il ra;k-f- t rictlY horim;f.-jIlaeI~IIh:1,-m

N% 1t01 -i ll t ,11; 11 l' sal11l if 4t 1 41 n- iv
eIl#li. lot itie1jItliill knol hf siui Selovs. tand
el''itee f~eilijli.'s. se itils. rtii'tite e lf
xv.'.'.hlings. :1141 l lsi I l1ldl1t11favotlre loionl'-

T'1hlw kinsg :ill m frii'fn'ier pitremniefor
thIi'i r jatre .Iitgo mid Ihi ljieg tlethat li'y
%%'ill 4mlititlin. thle Sallei.

Iamn. votirm ver ,y re'slm'etftmhhl-,


ebalhdiauw SL K"111

To the BEat asnd North.
To the West and North-WeOt.
The line through **The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Ht
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Sects. Sm the
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
1holc of Ro0eus 10 PaI-uImrla Ezlohsdm, ffhi, !L .
I'hro gh Vtst.buled Trains, l'ulman Drawing-room Sletping Cars, Throg
Coaches. Excellent Diring Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Conaectdon wikh
the Plant System from Jacksoniille.
For Rates. Schedules and Informrtion. eall on or addrnm
W T COSBY. Traveling Passenger Agnt, 1086 W. Bay St, JACKSONVILL,. FLA.
S II.HARIDWI K General Pa.qengr AgS., W.H. TAYLO. Amt. Geo.IPa. Ag..,
April 25th, 19o01.

Florida East CoastRy.

Time Table No. 34. In Effect July 7, 1901.
SOUT'TH BOT''D R.;':il f)wn.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUID.
S N :;P.nN,;X iNo.78No.s
laily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily
ai l tLv .......Ja. soAnivilie Ar ; 7U )plOa
S. I 5 !' S1 1t ...... St. Augustine ....... LvI 55Up, 8501
0 ti S S ll(( .. East Palatka I 4Up MOW, __
S0 4 .1 1 i.... .... N a ..... ...." 4ip' ;
S| U-.' l, .......e.. .. llm a ... ....... 4 4 7
I z v )'-'i l'i ... "..... .. Da m .nt .. ....... 41 a p ea 2

'i Vip "..P..... 3rt k ane.
% ....... ion......... II
S2i- u;l .........ow r lnlyrn .... ... '" Itp 6-k. O 6
.. :. ;a4t4noii3e .... 13 ..... ? 2
... tuns e ......... 1 lp .....
New" k 'drc Jun2%tion .........161.....
gaI 41i,,." .Iaucaiiie...... .. to1I
S.. ..... urn ......... ......
0 i eba atian........... 11 71....
5 d, j 6J ,'* "" ... .... ort. e ......... I l vlI ...... Its
0 41 > ,> ... ... o tl u- h c t. .. .l.. o" 1 .. 3
c W i t :- .. .. T i .b a l.. .. le.o 5 .. ....
S. n ... .......... lO a ......
S" I .:ti>. .Jensena ........ .." 17. .. i a
S0 I' .. ..... '. o tart m l.......... 9d ....
0 .. "l. ...... upi t ..........." 1 W t 0
.. ;..' t r ... .......... ......
S. 6* :. 4 1 .. I.... St ar aye.. ....... .. 71 1 & .....
5'hi; + .' .I ; l.emen <'n .v.......... 6 .. 0
4 ^-__fP. 10 Miami ........... Lv 645'. .... .
liiff l1Parlor <'ar,- ton I'rmins 35 end 78.

No<..t No ,No.il#N4.l; No.l:, _.l N n io.1 No. Elt3
DMay Daily I)rilyDi ly Daily; MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily Daly D&ay DolWI
M i Sni ___ 0x1)1
Sl- 6 p W u t. .i .v .l.*knvii.......Ar 70Suiiia 45ar10I
1", 2pt 5 20lOII 1 "44 ..So.J .cksonville.......Lv 65"- 8& alC12 2 5
h> 7 a24P 5.2p 244, III U, "E Pablo Beaeh ........ I llt it Sg I5 S
l.p 7p^ 45p 245p II e:. i Atlantic Be ch....... 6 15. so 12 p
I3l-0h, I I- k, 3 pihi ll ., Ar ..Mayport .......Lv AUa 7T4. 4 '1 pn 4 "
N,,., N j.. 5-s N t)..e N .d)I No .44 N,)i.i
ly Ii alyily D a PALATKAyBRANCH o.NoIN.., m
tn' i1iB C Daily DaiyrE!!mly Daily;
"' I k~p 4..:1) 11Val T, Vin Ar E Eat Paiatka..Lv 17,ta 9ia124e61p lomit 5,
' Ntily Daiy SAN MATRO BRANCH. i&
7ai,> t A:l p Lv ........................... Ea't Palatka .... .............. Ar
-.;p 64 Ar ... San Mateo Lv I
[Daily Itilv O)RAN(4E CITY N-'i. 4 Nou.l1
Sa il BRANCH. 'Dily Daily Daily SANFORD BRANCH.
ex Sn ex.su ex. Su rx.Sn Ex, u agg
38 Ul) 1o la l.v .N.ew 8, miiArn .Ar .2iiu 14 1I 7 ua Lv .. Titunsvrille. .. 'I
344pI 21.a t" .Jake H.heln. Lv I :p 4p. Sa ....... Minis...........L
55P : r-.I..e.it.. tI. .p 4:!4p 8 teen ............ a l
4 Up 11 45a Ar Orange City J. 1 up 4 ip 1 ) 55s| ...... Enrris .. ......"
931 a Ar ....... ford .. ..
TheseTime Tahl- .4ihw the time- at which train may ba expected to arrive and dipt
from the several s:ati,'. but th.-ir rrnv il or de.mtrture a,4he time .stated is not m.in
teednor donwm the C company hold itwslf r"ponAble for any. delay or any consequeaess arS
ing therefrom.
LEavo fMiami Monday4 and Fridavys q.11 0) pm Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays....ll 0
Arrive Key Wst Tie.&and Slt urlavi 3: pm Arrive Key West Weuts. and Sat ..... 70pa
Leave Key West Tues. and Saturdays. 9 M pm Leave Key West Thun. and Suns .... 1 IS
Arrive Havana Wds,. and Mondays 5 1 aim Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays.... 10 G
For copy of local time card address any Agent.
J. D. RANNER. Aest. Gen. Pas. Aet.* BST. AUGUSTINlM. &lA

Open the year round. l'atehd dirm-tly on the betwch. 2m) feet north
Pavilion. 2N HItthli hlses and Showenrs connected with the Hotel. S8
F.4 cia SaN..ialty. 'Spu'i;al tish dinner every Thunrsdayuand Siinlay at 6 p.a.
Rates Ns to *12 pNr week. Si'eial rateH to families. All M outside room
G. A. I'AETTI. .Mtninger. 11. L. Kwo't EIRu.PmSEta Prop. Seabreea'. F,.





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hG~f~hofthe WEEIz

ma youvm W ot a MV alc

im tica to the new ad. of

you tried dbr
weathr nabseulas
AB Aim and pris
N. Page wad Will
-&nm DeLand Taueday.

& stie' s

at Moore

Page were

Ohice bread, pm ad cakes
S mAn.'s, opposate te Ridgewo

6moW H. CMA for ststioery,
agend-t -s aMd the leading news.

I HB. opkins. traveling passenger
ftlorM the Louieville & Nashville Ry.,
bh h town the rear end of last week.
SMr. Joh Tippis. Colton. 0., says:
ts hy's Hoaey and Tar cured my little
Se all0 eveeco ough and inflamed ton-
-. Dr. J. M. Jomse.
S~Ibah-omt tEpisOopal Church Sunday
i6. U P IIS dby tw pastor at
'. N school at 10 ai m., -
rua ImMue at 7 p. m. Public invited.
eo. H.Ctrk has just received another
t bIto( stationery. This establish-
m t has the rgest and best stock of
AdrMe. books and MWagaimes south
-_ Jeksaville. o
^ Ehumira MeKinney is holding the
pi aof operator at the telephone ex-
H %-" in a the absence of Mim Levlrne
S,' wb o Is visiting her father at
doh N.C.
FAr Male-An elegant home at City
ftB-Ilal, opposite Daytona. House
aMi fully furnished; artesian and
S| vryard piped. A bargain. e
S*r wrMite Bifagham & Thonmpeon. IyT

Mr. and Mm. W. M. Woodwani, of
^*4 -jl. wes in town lamt week and
S Bbaed t Schmidt's Villa. Mr.
6 W ~ isd thinking of investing in
Ar imme m&vtona reWal estate.

Oa- am King. of Ojo. Fla.. was in the
iy TueMday. the guest of his sister, Mrs.
W. A. Bea Der. Mr. King is a proniine-nt
'-- tomato grower of his section of tlew
ta.te, and is on his way to Georgia.
W&p bheexpcwts to spend a couple of

Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Barker arrived a
S ew days ago. from Cleveland, Ohio.
Tle work of clearing off the lot they rp
eetky pnurhased fronm W. II. Edmondst l
Isprongisming rapidly, ani they exy-et
Shortly commence the erti ion of tIlwir

"T Florida hens are all on a strike.
f4 have been unusually s.anre th
Wea Wd are at pnwsont worth 2.5 ente.
d. g- not many can hie had at that price.
Thebe certainly money in thle poultry
b messiand we are surprised that monii
S\people do not go into it extensively.
During the storm Monday evening the
lIIg followed the telephone line into
Sthe Sea Beese central and burned the
om. e on the switchboard. Mr.
1ChO iroa worked all night repairing the
da1m e, and Tuesday moniing every-
thing was working the same as usual.
R ev. Marvin S. Stocking, of tthe Met ho-
dit piLeopal Church at Miami, niade a
-dortclil on Rev. J. B. Hawk this week.
Mr. Stockingis enroute North with his
Sblter, Mi 8 tocktng, to spem the suim-
mer. RIumor as it that Mr. 8tocking
will bring a helpmeet back with him in
, theefal.
IRe. JamuStanton showed us through
h beastaul orange grove at Ormond
S Tuesday. After thirteen years of patient
tol this gentleman has been rewarded
withMe of themicest groveinthe com-
mnlaily. It ha750 hearing trees. Mr.
S mAton also has many plums. persini-
a noa ad other fruits.
Dr. Geo. Ewing. a practicing physi-
eas of 8mith's Crove. Ky.? for over
thirty yeas, writes hi personal expe-
risem with Foley.s Kidney Cure: "For
years I have been greatly bothered with
v iy trouble and enlarged postrate
gild. I used everything known to the
S enin without relief, until I was in-
*f. duned to ue Foley's Kidney Cure. After
ni three bottles I was entirely relieved
and red. I pwmeribe it now daily in
my practice and heartily reemiuend
i ts me to all physicians for sue'h
"^ teohin, for I can himoetly state I have'
h umflId it in hundreds of cas wvitli
p CM4et s o i." Dr. J,4. Jones.
Why don't the wheelman of mnytona
aMd adjoining towns get together and/
e a wheelnmei's league? An ol:
mniaone of this kind could do much ldi
beep the biyleside paths in good con-
ditiom. Another religious thing they
eoudt do would he to have a path built
bmt Daytona to New Smyrna. At p's*-
at It is almost impossible for a person
to ri a wheel from Port Orange to
ew myrma, and a good path between
kemal4 theatt place would toi much-
pnmdciated. An organization could
ty .be .-eeted and by charging a
Seial membhip le considerable
pegene would be raoed. Let us hear
Smeomoe on the sumbject.

8 MNoo Bro. mew Pereal, daesm

Cycle CoApsy.
Have you tried Lindberg & tiling's
butter milk doughnuts?
IM Walter Null has been on the sick
S the last few days.
William Eick's team indulged in a run-
away on the beach Sunday.
Ernest Curtis and his aunt, Mrs. May
aker, leave Monday for Monteagle,

Mr. and Mrs. Win. McGriff leave to-day
for a month's visit with relatives in

al'Whole wheat bread made and for
le bIv Mrs. HGranibling; opposite the
Ridgewood Hotel.
Two steamship tickets froms Jackson-
vile to New York and return for male.
e of the editor.
D. P. Smith, county tax collector, anin
Superintendent Bert Fish, were aimon
the visitors to Daytona Tuesday.
A sneak thief entered the liho of
Wesley Johnson yesterday morninand
helped himself to Mrs. Johnson's p .
W. H. Peters' famnilv left Tu 'iy for
Saratoga. N. Y.. to sjwpinl a 'Ojiple of
months. Mr. Petei-. ieft Fridlay o join
Mrs. J. I'. Maley and daughlt, the
Mimes Florence and lsalihle. wil leave
next week for their visit with ren tives
in Willianiis;lort, Penn.
1 Rev. Arnold has liwe--n ele-ite a de gate
to the Annuai National Conventii of
Bishops iof tihe Epiiilal C'hun-ih. hir
convenes in San Franciim-o in ( hto be4

The greatest heiralr (of mnilodern tiii is
Banner Salve for cuts. \woiilnds. son
piles and all skin disise'ses. It is gunrain-
teed. I' I noi substitute. Dr. .1, M%

Mrs. C. W. irainliiig closes her hiakerry
to-night for tin o iilitlh In the fall
wlhen sher ~w-.o s ii liihsiiiess she ex-
pects to i*'iipy ia building on elie-h
St n-l.
A. F. Ilhals. of thichliester. N. Y., was
thrown friomn a iugg~y near the Nortlh
hridlge MiNliLv inld suiistaiiined several

G.P. Ballough Co.,
(Established 1882.)

From the Hartford (Conn.) Globe f
July 21 we take the following:
Oscar Janme Pellett of Daytona, Fla.,
and Miu Elizabeth Hamilton Foulke@,
daughter of Mr. and Alre. Frank L. Stan-
nard, were married at the hone of the
bride. 8 Hawthorne street. Wednesday
evening. Rev. W. J. Bradin. rector of
St. John's chun-h officiated.
Mira Dorothy Map Foulkes, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss
Nellie Fangdon and Miss Emily Hanil-
ton, cous ins of *tlwe ride, were bride.
maids. Harry Clifford Foulkes was best

Mr. and Mrs. Pellett left for a
wedding trip and after Aug. 1 they
be at home at Hawthorne street.


Council Proceedlans.
Co(onnilrmet ini regular tsesion Monday
evening with lPrsident (pro tenm) At-
wood in the chair.
Present, Aid. Conrad, Foster, S 'hmidt.
-Minutes of previous meeting read and

Following bills presented and
U. E. Porter, half vyer's salary as
A m-sor...
W'.. E. Frtiech. lim>r for Inn 4ii 111
Ridgec%,l1 inIpItovetilt.
E. F. Mainsfield, :th, yarde shell
Oscar Michael, :-'; y'arl marl..
Toni Martin. tillme o .11 i s' r
Dan Davi, tint 1 t se er..
A. oilbert.r liite' n srweri r
B. Mmirow. tiln(,itn se %ers .




lMovedt by Aid. Foitei. .- wond.led hly
Aid. -inehaidt that Council employ Mr.
Jackson to run line of Fourth street out
from Volusia avenue south to the I)e-
Laindl road. Carried.
Moved by AId. tConrad, seconded by
Aid. m'himidt, that the Council accept the
laying iof Volusia avenue, am uibmniitted
by Win. Jackson, and that the Street
Committee subminit sanie to City Attor-
ney. with instructions to puit the matter
in much shape as will luiake it a legal
street. Carried.
Petition asking for privilege' to remove
milos from trees in parkage hy .1. It.
Mumlhi was read. and it was moved by
Aid. Foster. iamll e'ionded hty AId. I'on-
rad. that tthe saine Ie wranited, but. that
removing sIe'hi moss should under the

it l lU njI n li.s. i- tlie s 4 a 'lil ticai n I -ii ,ns.iI i.eitrol of the Str-- t
el-rl ora .New l irk hiou-w. 'lriitto. 'atetl.
_('1nlln ithu,. 'Carried.
I'. 1. Silith tii, slonl. Roilert. haiv'' en.- Sanitairy lrdlinanlie was prIntsentedl and
tearkii'l r lite inr'iI'aile' llliini-ss uidir iread. and it was n mvel by Ald. Shlinidt.
tie tfirm na liti oi"f Sm1ith & Slonl. They se onded by Aid. (Conrad. thalit same tl
will hianele' a geiri'ral line-' f oat tions paisse'd on its scotilnd r'adinig. Carriedl.

Their iad. is in aillthr ierc.lii.
/'Mrs. E. Gi. Harris ain Mrs. i. hI. ('lark
entertatini'l the ii.eniers of the Ea tern'
Star sit lielwhoni, of the latter Moniilav
*ev',ning.. .liiit .35 we'rvn pileenit and a
very tlijoy;aille','e-e.ninfig \vaIs s"lWint.

Fros Sale-Bargains.
sill %.11ason l Iln& ilin raill. folding
s1411161lis. risti' slllilands. sprinli ot. loxX
,long. chliairs. tables. ooilk stove. '*raip
stools. ive ri'lillln frflwzirs. \\ iii feciing
vt, h lso l.,,,. ,itic. ,. llht ,ect i l o f tP I ntif

4'. .11 and .I. .1. IM. 1roki w, o. f I-Il.ain .l M.t 'kl.:.z :s. i ih St.. an, V lsii A.
air- visiting their lrothir. our ifellhlw-
citir1en. A. K. Itrolkaiw. Nuite a pairtyi
iIannOver' \\with li tliher ;id they took a Wliait .iiliniog hililimii ills tin' iur' a-n.
tour up the Tie ika.i ion Thursdaiy. linoying thlian pile's? 'lThe' iialtie'ionls lihitt
.i. ll,;s fi tiel tI hait r'l.i-tii'ilitslli, is '-veit active exer..ise- a ri h l .inoulgh.
ca l? lh u i- ;ii.i in i hl.l lt .0 14 h ih t iit ie' t halt iii:i 'kes ev i .I' 'st iisiis i .lit l.
jKlisilo shole hl l I i ev' i.,-ei' -,.t I tlh. kiil- is % eil'w '. \I.e .;lli1 asi ai liii l its tre iat st
Iwys. "Fol.'y's K itln.I 'I ('ci .v alir vs Ilis "t 's. T;illI.. s lihi,.ck.ve. I'ile Oint-
slliik,'s tIlh-ili \% ,11. lir. .1. .M .liii'.rit ill il lh ist obstini tei i. s.
f I* lI'ii, 7 i ,ts. 11 hIottl,. |lil '.s T7',-. Ir ..I.
I'alto,,i I.-ii; mornil'ing a1t 11 c'l k aiit lie. riooeils (tof
thill Christiain Curtih in theli' .S.mniinle h-iontain ciYv liNhbil.in A \few tilin.
bliiiling. illon the '4- n 'ir it Imll isSMiii :" il n it hr,..e I tIe lii tiiiiths olhi. li.lgiaili hi n.s
ti, evening at 7:t:1l I ,4 n 1 "IthilU l 1i1. f)Ii A '1,1f ee i : ei'a .t13 r plir isi .ik.,i tit olnee,.
Man. 'ien II. 4lanrk. pll'llri,-tor.

The' llaitist i.hiirch is holitlin ai pro I-
triaced lmeetinli which will last at lc-:is .lins. I Aimi.iirlof. il.Ihli. I.. vwrite.: "'I
a w'ek. Servi vces aimVN: Iing ,e.linm.l. e ,ih haI| mli ,l Istiliatte sl ,on Iny Ill fi'u which
Pastor .Andrews nidl tRev. raihai:ii, of ,.ve'rythinig ,ilsie failed to he'al. After
Tituisvill'. All ti' or'diailly invite'll to 11. 'ppli' ti,'aiiltill of hitanner Sailv4i it legan
attend. to heal ain'l after tlir aipplie'itions it
\vas nittirnly l';ea>leel l.'iavimns im s-air.'
Mondliv evening wais noit aIs pil-;isa;ilnt 1 il.%l l
as it nlright have been. but neverthe'lDess M.
large-crovwd attenillel the' rake walk anil
dano' given by the hbal'ba.ill chili at the,
Armory. Alouit $ 41- was nettedt from iiloatingl Palaces.
the entertainment.

Williami .lackon nnd a -re'w oif assist-
ants have been surve%'.ying thil line along
the Schaintz proli'rty during the pist
week. Mr. Schantz is doiniig the city a
good turn ly rlmpairing thle roIid alliing
his lmsses.ion at his own expl'\e-nw.
S'Charles Kurts. of DI-lanil. hals lben
salending ai few ,days at lliayvtonl and on
the Ibech. Mirs. Kurts twas with him.
They rnturuieul home Thursday. Mr.
Kurts is gaine wiaarden for' Volusiai
cliuty. aind is a very efficient and IpIpU-
lar oftfi r.
Godwin & loglhasst have found their
liuniness il-reasinig to such an extent
that tliwv have found it nemvssary to add
a couple more men to their working
forte. This flrnm is now turning out
some of the nicest carriage work to lie
found in this section.

The GAzK-rT:-Nrws moved into its
new home last Monday. We are now
settled and ready to see our friends.
Conw in and "chin." If you have any
work in the line of job printing or if you
want to advertise your Imsinr s remnem-
her us. R'emeniler uis anyhow. Our new
'phone numlbr is I'S.

i it. sten,'ilIlislp I .\ra1paloe. s.uiling
fromii N.\ York for .1ircksoiiville August
1st %will hie tie second new ship put ill
s.'\v ic hlyv thi' C'lyde- Line within thlie past
sixty d:i3 s. Thse i Ie'w sister shipls
-"Apache aild -"Araalahliw" aill' bwyond
dilout ti' tiniest co'st \ise plaienige'r
ships ieveir built and are fitted up luxu-
riously having every appliance known toc
toecldern ship huishling. A trip front
.lacksonviill. t N'\ Ne York in one of tlhe
floating lalrihe.,-,s ef ti- Che 'lde Line is ai
jileasiure longIt to Ie renielered,. and
what a relief it is to ge-t awa;\iy fiom' the
dust and dirt of rail travel and breathe
thi piut ozone ,of th' briny ilep-. Jiudg-
ing from the heavy lists of passengers
now going nlimrth hly lhis popular line,
they nimust lie doing a fine, husineiss. Each
ship from .Jacksmnville iarrie's ai full list
and our hi eli people I lin' r lrlsly in evi-

Is your liver tin'd ? thw-s it fail to doe
its dutyv'. If so. don't rie.glet-t its'-all for
help. .A few doses oif Hierb'ine may s; >Iv.
you a spell of sickness. lerbine is the'
only perfect liver iiredicine. It cures

chills and fever. Price 540 e.ts.
.1 ones.

Dr. .1. M1.

It V pleasure to read in the GA-
m'u-NWrs: that the patronage of the
library had increased so that the com-
mittee contemplated an enlargement of
the library room.
Glancing back over the history of the
library movement it is found it began
while Benjamin Franklin lived, who or-
ganized the first subscription library
company of America in Philadelphia.
iThe movement was a wonderful success.
Bk the cities, towns and villages, North
and South, library asmociatiations were
organfted. The people keenly felit the
need of books; they were about to form
a government for themselves. Before,
during and after the Bevolutionary war
the people felt that old things were pass-
sing away, a new era was dawning, and
it was important that they should have
all the light they could get on govern-
ment etc. Before 1800 the whole
country had been permeated by the
library movement; thee were supweerip.
tion libraries. Most of them passed out
of existemnce in the course of a few years-
Next aine the Lyceum lecture system.
Aliout fifty years ago the modern public
library system began. The first and old-
est free public library in the world was
established in Peterborough. N. H.
Another library,said to be one of the old-
est in the country, is that of Franklin,
Mass. It iw true some European Muni-
ripal libraries existed for over 399. years;
they are not supported by popular taxa-
tion aud correepond only in name with
our modern town libraries.
Until lately a library building was un-
known to most of our cities; now the
library is often a magnificent, and even
palatial structure, being the chief archi-
tectural attraction of the city. This is
true of Boston, Newark, Chicago and
other cities too numerous to mention.
Two or three copies of the first cata-
logue still exists in Dr. Abbot's hand.
writing. dated 1834. This is the first
catalogue of the oldest library. As was
to lie expected religious books predolmi-
nated. ThIIre -were lives of great and
famous men, and books of travel and
works of fiction. There were also books I
for the young folks. There were several i
iundreld hooks in the library; in the I
larger libraries (of to-day it iw not tin- -
umial to find seve-ral hundred thousands
bookss contaiiiing inforiaimtion oin every I
knoiliwn snilujett-. T'lw 'ilasiii.ation inda
i(liiiiiistrat n is si perfect that thlie
itlesI. siilje.'ts tneiatedl of anlld thie names
if the altliors and any of the looIks
tlienis4.lves naiiv b1 isltantly fileliil. lThi ,
vrk of the librarian is now iremognizeil
is a Jir< ofessi in. and everail ehl hihs lave
m-en established wlihere- at r-guilair rcoii'rs
,> trainiiig n.i;iy l t kci ni.
Thb libe riar v nill iniellrlnt ii swein-g ovir,i
li, 4i-liUnt1ry like iiI vaist tidal wa %v-a.
O)ur oiivn hcWal library with a f'ew I
Volinmse's limade Meveral starts lthfore it
tai-aitne a lernianent institution. Tlihes.
*fferts finally i:ulniinated in the organiiiz-
ing of tlhe present lilirary which has I-,en
steadily growing froin the start. Now
t will soon have 74 h)looks, constitut-
ing a very g ood collection i t fiction.
iiagatlzines. atilisses ail In-tferen'ies. An
iihlitinll in reference Iiiooks w\4uilil ve'r-
aiinly In' an iliilprove.nient alld ailppr.-
iatitd y tiwe patrons of the library.
.Mi CI .AA Si.O LI.H.

It will bring nilief to suIff'ri'er froi n
Isthlla. or consumption. i'ven in tIl,
oilrst ra'ies. This is aIeliut wlihat ilone
lose of Foley's Hloney and Tar costs.
sn't it worth a trial .' tlr..I .loi1,'s.


lilliH TIDI:.

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Thur'dayiy.......... .......
Friday....... .................

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1i 1:30t
1 7:12
47 7:.*5
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Surr lhay..............................10:4 11:20
M ondayv.......................... 11:24 .......
Tuesday ...........................-12:14 12:-0.'
Wedneisday ........................12:43, 12:35.
Thi rsl .......................... 1:27 1 ::3
Friday .............................. 2:11 2:2
Sai 1tire i -l --iy ........... ........ 2:.7 :1

iHas iol'linled a hairniess shop oni North i
litrieach strn~t aid is ready tiodlitirst hlais.'
hlirness and shoiie repairing. Will shortly
hliave on hand ai full steok o f new harness.
ibut until snchl timie I will tar ke on lers for '
sa4 e and lihave thleii sent o\ve'ir from mil
DelJand sholi. All kiilds of musical in-
struniments amid striigs. aild sewing itia-
rhiinies l exil -tra parts on lis.icil.
Your Patronaag Solicited.

F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Rateg: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarders.


Rough and w

Lumber, Lah,

uloorimmg lcdi mg, W -
PtkIk, Urn. ami Cemrn s InSbmL-


PHONE 83 Offtes and Yards East Coa" Railway Audvl I#"m.

Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, valley of the Douro: W. M
cut the bunches of grpes into small baskets, carry them a shrt
tance and fill large baskets holding near zoo pounds. Then Iisl
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and plaited straw knots c
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off in single file down the
ged winding paths and flights of steps to large vats, where the gr6
are mashed for wine. The soil containing a large amount of Irt.
M -- 1

Speer's Port Grape and Burgundy Wines
are made from the same grapes grown on an eastern mountain slops
n Passaic valley, New Jersey, the soil also abounding in iron produced
the real Blood-making, Life-preserving Wines of the WwUM
-the old, original Port wine grape of Portugal. No other wine
equal these for invalids, weakly persons and the aged. None put in
market until nine years old. FOR SALE BY Druggists and Grocers.
Also the P. J. Sherry, Burgundy, Socialite, Claret vin. iS88, "ad
Climax Brandy vin. 1878, all used extensively in Hospitals and a
he Medical faculty as the best to be obtained. The unfera" t
Grape Juice is extensively used in New York churches for coa.mijaaji

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charleston. S. C.. loth ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Between
Calling at Charleston Beotli Ways.



S. ........ .. .. ..... .. From Lewis' Wharf, eBo e
.. ... ....from foot Catherine street, iJackeNvlll

(D(I-liry Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
IlA'": SPRINGS andIl nte'rneliaite Lamlings l on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
Leaves Jackseuvllle ............................. TTesdays and Saturdays at 5:N p.a.
Leaves Sanford-.......................... ........... Meaday and Thursays at 5:00 a. m.

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

i C. IIAGERTY. East'n Pass. Agent. F. M. IRWINMI.NG;ER, Ja., F. P. A.,
19 Start. St.. NeYw York. 21t \VWest laiy St., Jacksonville, Fla.
TillS D. IIHALEY. I,- SFoot Hogan St.. .lIh'ksoinvill'. FIiot lih;ngn St., Jacksonville.
J.N L. HO4)WAItI). Suj-rinteilent.
SF'Ljt Ho iani St., Jtaksonville.
S iGeneira.l Maiaiie,-r generall Agents,
( Clie.'?i'lrough Building. 19 State St.. ()pposite Battery Park, New York.

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MW ad I vam aalftg at Rasby
tO -wat t -l X I h to tadwe
"-O, t, srheow the ea ,"
eoaM to m while w were tMote
an the Ihm, ad a we had pane lour
to watt I task her ato the ashed where
sveal Ipses were st af with
msaV up rfedf tr work.
W4 After taking her around the en-
gi. meses I left her r a few moment
alndif by en est th oage while I
went togivew m ow, f e to the
dlver whoa w to take my place till
ew return fim a m
On esming back to the place where I
bhd left ber I wu horrified to perceive
my Mary stuadn upa the engine.
which eithe IA sport or by accident,
Ged only knows bow, she bad set In
mode sand which was already flying
oat ao the shed at a rate of speed
Wie readered It utterly Impossible
IAr me to overtake her.
Charley, Charley, help me!" were
the lest weds I heard frem the Ilps of
my darling as the engine vanished In
he darkness down the Incline bond
the station.
To Jump on to another engine and
fellow the runaway was the work of a
mommet, but by the time we were start-
ed upon the main line my darling. I
ew. would be rushing at a fearful
pace. father and faster every moment,
down the ng incline between Rugby
and Oinshbaunk.
Thuees*mmmemd a terrible race for
b* or desat, msle after mile, every mo-
peat heremsag our speed, until we
wre going at a perfectly awful pace.
We dashed away Into the darkness. I
standing an the front of my engine.
watching with straining eyes for the
oe ahead of uns.
AB In valat Past station after station
we dashed at lightning speed; onward,
over bridges sad viaducts, through the
wn and darkness, yet never a sign of
the rnMaway engine and Its ingle pue-
What had become of her? Had she
sprung from the flying engine to a more
spedy yet not less certain death at the
bottom of some deep embankment or
had I ta my wild, reckless pursuit
driven over her?
After dashing along at this mad pace
for nearly a couple of hours we swept
down the MR Into the KUsby tunnel,
and then right ahead of us on the down
Ime,. along which I knew the night mall
to the north was coming from London,
I suddenly caught eight of the runaway
ange. The furnace door was open.
and as the distance between us lessen-
ed I saw plainly as I see you in the
vivid light of the blazing fire the form
of my Mary standing out In bold relief
agait the blackness of the tunnel.
Her slight form dilated In the weird
nrelight. Her hands grasping the rail-
ing. she stood upon the tender the pic-
tur of despair, apparently In doubt
whether to remain upon the flying en-
gine er spring off Into the darkness.
In vain I called to her to remain on
the engine. My shout was of no more
avail than a whisper amid the roar
produced by the echoing walls of the
tunneL Suddenly the horrible thought
flashed across my mind that the down
exPrss must be nearly due, and, look-
ing at my watch with a sort of deeper-
ate calmness which astonished me aft-
erward. I saw that it was half past 1
o'clock, the exact moment, as I knew
well enough by experience, when the
mall trail, coming In the opposite dl-
rection, ought to be entering the other
sad of the tunnel. How earnestly I
prayed that It might be ten minutes
late that night! The agony of a life-
time seemed to be crowded Into the
next few moments. Now we appeared
to bq aering the flying engine, then It
seemed to burst away from us. again
with ie ewed speed. At one moment
my darling seemed to be almost within
reach of my arm. and at the next she
was flying away from me again.
Gradually, however, the distance be-
tween us lessened, and at last the two
engines were running neck and neek.
with aly th "six foot" way between
the two lines of rails to separate us.
Thea for the first time Mary turned her
head aad saw me close behind her.
Motlesaing her to remain quiet, I pulled
myself together for the leap, and. with
both engSines running at full speed, I
sprung clean across the six feet be-
tween us and alighted upon the step
dose to her.
At the same moment I beard the
shrill whistle of the express as It eater-
ed the opposite end of the tunnel and
saw. to my horror, that there was not

more than a hundred yards between us.
To screw down the brakes and reverse
the engine was the work of a mnument,
but I knew too well that It was too late.
No power on earth could avert the fear-
fat collision. and there was nothing left
i but to die together. To spring from
the sngie old have been Instant and
certain death, so we stood. I with my
arm around her and Mary with her
h ad buried upo my breast, waiting
hr the and
Owe she raised her head, and we
leked Into each other's faces, "a mo-
met's look, a lifetime's memory."
Nower. as long as I live. shall I forget
that lest look. the Intee lght of the
rmae streamming upon that pale. de-
sqaritg face upturned so hopelessly
toward mine.
"Tgether. dartlng" I whispered as I
lasped her wildly to my heart, then a
sudden shock, a deafening crash, and
all was over, and I remembered no
mare tll I awoke in the little waiting
room at Brisley, with the doctors
staying by my side.
A mseth after, when I left the hospi-
tal. mi Mary was lying at rest In the
little cemetery outside Rugby, and all
that emanlaed to me of my lost bride
was the eock of hair she had given me
when imt I was her love.



We have opened a

stock of COutling, tu




Our stock is not complete
at present but will be
shortly. Following are a
few prices that are bound
ot interest you:
Men@ patent leather bale,. the $3 305
kind -- $2 37
Mena chocolate oxfords, the 2 25
kind 1 25
Mena shirts, the 1 00 kind 60
Menn underwear, 75 kind s5
Mens half home from 6 cents to 21 cents.

Everything else in
portion. Watch for
week's ad.


Smith Q Son,

Halifax Cycle Co.

Bicycle Store

Uhei Waery ifAV a

Atlantic City, N. J.


S.a mover messeq.
The editor of a newspaper is about thi
only man who works for a living whom
the pubHe is not willing to exsm for
blunders ad abortoomin. The man
who sells goods, the one who works on
the farm, he who delves in the ground,
the merchant, the clerk, the laborer of
any and all kinds are excused for any
mistake or for any shortcoming, but not
so with the editor. No one is found
nredy or willing to excuse him for a mis-
take, or a shortcoming of any sort.
Week after week, the editor must get
out his paper. It matters not though he
may be too hot or too cold, whether
be is sick or well, whether he is needed
at home or abroad, when the day of
publication comes round every one who
is* a subscriber, whether paid up or not,
expects to see the paper come out on
time and to be full of interesting matter.
The editor is about the only man who
cannot lie with at least some impunity.
The merchant, the lawyer, the doctor,
even the farmer and it may be the
preacher, can all misrepresent facts, but
for the editor to indulge in the pastime
of stretching the truth, is regarded as
a terrible crime.
Yet with all this we are not kicking
nor grumbling. We prefer to go along
telling the truth week after week, and
enjoying the satisfaction thereof, than
to occupy the place of many whether we
have all the latitude wanted when it
comes to a plain statement of facts and
figures or not. We are not kicking
about the duties of an editor, nor com-
plaining of his hardebips and trials; we
are only asking indulgence for him when
he happens to become as other human
beings.-Sanford Chronicle.

Lewis Kennedy & Son.

Hotel Coquina,

East Coast of Florida.

Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluffdirectly overlooking the ocean. While it
o Mrs a the dightb of the magboe, it is only ten minutes walk, or five minutes
byhorsecar, from the orage groves andpalmshaded walksinU the banks of the
Halifax River., It is two miles fom the railroad station, being connected with it
by horse-ar. BeutWul walks and drives, groves of lemon, orange, and rare tropi-
cal fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, ocean, surf-bathing and fine
fishing. The ellmate is delightful, and is beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous
Will open about the first of June, but will be in a position to take care of guests
after May 10th. Summer Bates: 2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. 48
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Florida.

The Up-to-Date o

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

Strictly First Class.

RBaors put in working order
North of Holly Inn.




Buffalo, I Y.

May i to November i, 1901.

The Seaboard Air Line


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

Double Daily Service, including Sunday
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.


For further information write to
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MacDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.


"You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the

WE DONT want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It maylook well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.

are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
pie. They cover most, look best,
wear lowest are most economic.
cal, and ahways full measure.
Bilngham & Maley.


WINO asm** =
ebmau ,slqbms WuS

MAd. smd SOWdBy
oppde m* igmed e""a.

Western & Atlantic Railroad.




Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled
Louis without change.

Buffet Skleqers Jacksonvilk to St
C/aoiev'of Rut*

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


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Pue Juices from Natural Roots.

R EIsestmSystem, herifSes teIm:.=
CUES 1.JMES, hm**Us, ftipie.
Win Stma ud Impurei bgestieu

Price,8 Cen...s.
Pvopusd by MmF MAA SI.Uek,%

fte by Dr. J. M.Jsmes

Good golga am l a

,,Savannah Unm."

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to New York.

Boston and the

Short Rail Ride to Savannnakh-
THMECE via Palatial NZpre -My m MM SAVA A. =
Connections withUlew York OWNaj r Shis Oa Sed Idas'
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly *asiAg dheddm.
Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom userSvaUto, or AI j.
General Agent., Jacksonville, Fla. Agent, Daytona, Flha
P. E. LzFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEAOANTS, Traf MaMapeW.
New Pier, 85 North Biver, New York, N. Y.




St. Louis and Chicag
NoarTHBrUND Schedule Effective May 1. soammowu
No. 4 I No. 2 No. 1 | No. 3

7:45 pm
11 :05 pin
7.25 am
1:00 pm
5:55 pm
3:25 am
7:25 pmn
1:47 pm
10:5.) am

7:25 am Lv..........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar
10:55 am Ar..............Vaidosa (A. V. & W.)..............Lv
4:10 pm Ar................Macon (G. 8. & F.) l.v
7:35 pm Ar 4tlanta (C. of G.) Lv
12:30 am Ar............Chattanooga (W. & A.) .........~..Lv
5:35 am Ar...........Nashville (N.C. & St. L.)........... Lv
7:24 pm Ar St. Louis (I. C.) Lv
7-49) am Lv.......... Nashvillt (N. C. &. St. L.)..........Ar
12:10 pm Lv Martin (I. C.) Ar
............... Ar...................Chicago (I. C.) v

8:55 pm
5:20 pm
8-00 -
4.05 am
10:55 pm
8:36 a 1
8:5 pm
2:55 pm

5:15 M;

7:3-) pm 5:48 am Lv ................Nashville (L. & N.)......... Ar 10:42 pm 8 :
12:54) am 9:54) am Ar Evansville (L. & N.) Lv 6:85 pm 8:15 -
9:15 am 5:30 pm Ar...........Chicogo (C. & E. I:) Lv 11-05 am 7:00 pm
No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jack.
sonville and St. Louis. making direct connections for all points in thlWest ad
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations made to Louisville, Cinacinnmaad
Chicago, only requiring passengers to step from one car into another.
No. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, consneting wilt
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through sleeper or
All correspon dance promptly answered and .eplng cCar Ber res ervre. Will M be@W
meet passengers at depot In Jacksonville or my oree, 224 West Bry Street. Drop e a IUAm.
WALTER HAWKINS, Gen'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, FIa.
J. C. HAILE, General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. HBITON, Trafflic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
St The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston,' Richmeod
TO THE and Washington.
O TH The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia ad
ST The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
v The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Asvlt.
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company or
TO THE a t New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E s t Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor-
tation company for Baltimore.
To Nova ScotIa, Cape Breto saN Primce Edwards IshM Vit Boston and Ca-
aria. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Char

will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States
all Florida resorts via the Plant System during the season 1900-1901 limited to
return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rateslecping car reservations, etc, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St-, Jacksonville, Florida
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pass. Traffic MOa.
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.

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