Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00395
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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: August 3, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00395
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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Dealons florid., AUA

1 4, 1901


e et ..................................................... Such paths shall be not less than two before United State troops did it In our stock for a limited time. If yo
p ...................... ...................................... 1 nor more than six (6) feet wide, and 1899, and they have kept up the good don't oneof the bll bro ht to o,
Hamibaur er Steak....................................................................... 13: 0 constructed on outside lines along or on
Tenderloin of Beef 7 eit...................................................7 either side of uch public road or street. work to the present time. call at the store for one.
S................................................._ Sr. 3. Such board of sidepath com- Many persona thought there was no early before assort t is
Pl's ......... missioners shall. at their first meeting, cure for the disease at its very fountain-
r j, 1A and in each succeeding calendar year, a t it i broken a we have only a limited qu-
W e have other goods but this gives you gadopta form oflicense badgedemblem me be it thre s, and oko q
0 bicycle and to be known as a "Bicycle state that fact, not ouly to Cuba and
Sidepath License." Spain, but to the world at large. Should
Any person, by payment of not less the disease be kept down, or even de
IIN than fifty cents, nor more than one dol-
D F M O R R IS O N lar, shall be entitled to receive such Ii- creased during the summer below that
S ceanse. which shall hold good during the of former seasons, it will be as grand
calendar year for which it is issued and and as gratifying a triumph as was that
'hone :0 no longer.
Sg Every such license, to be valid, must of the American arms in war with pain.
42oe OUICAL swr" .a s sae*"o Awem.. be issued by the sidepath commissioners A A O
of the county wherein the bicyclist re- W 'Cv'arU&LnA.I
_______ ____ Wor.__ H_ Co__ Hs Lara. MASON & W ALL CO.
iz--*--*.---- side., except that any cyclist who resides Wori.a HAVE COerHIM HIS Lu.
in another state, or in a county where Owar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., writes:
no sidepath commissioners have been "I have been using Foley's Kidney Cure
T ry U s O n J oappointedmay secure a license in any and great pleasure n stating It gave me
Uis Onr(ob Is county where such commissioners haveprmnntcfeofkdnydieaewhc
been lawfully appointed, and such license permanent cure of kidney diseae which
shall be held valid for the term for which certainly would have cost me my life."

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hague to build and preserve bicyet0 ii in .,
.- S. lsp mi- Most Complete S.tock p oat I o so
.. 9 ....& .& t y R egistene P o nlla w p ro v id in g fo r licen sing b icyce s m l t o r "
-LO i and min Eod G-l--, oirwn miaie or -e:Naye a o
Swh pai ed, a copy of which I trasmit pu g to be 1111l emut
h-!Aeme 1r sad Toilet Articles. Ip with this letter.eai
calling my opr information the w m
ThY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BAIAM--25 cents a bottle. s.pply this law-"the mar-r h-

should join in a league and voluntarily and so pemo shall have a limmS
ases themselves $1 each, tarig the eatthed to his pto wdo md
[fund into the hands of the si"de path corn- So po S

such bicyc lie.Nd f neommelled b
missioner. when appointed, and eac h mii boan ofe a
one so paying i$ should have lpath, ab he hie or w, Me aI .
thereof a eyc copyof which I tranit. deport mobe meed byh t eot
Y OU P TA COUGH BA AM-25 ent bottle. n o thi m onarnthe fndn dmom n rat 2S t
*o 'm4 IV 0 V 011WN9 1 ".111*.D. shown el W atch this Space Next

but no wlamat t ecelmesl or a so s
m .7L----farom vehides and foot pmengers, a U 845d0y or ddmos Mo hfow Bed
Everyone should be willing to contribute nor s ehoall i oW x -r O u &ra .

s f uch the existed between na W eedkof Allor O r4BrbgNnd
Su ndit oD te ands D athon" a p d h ew foaprior ySar to
f .ioner.when appoit"dad e r auh o a ts rb mudo tofI

poe would come here than do now; ve foIiWNi Sh' inlAelal stltone11*am.
-i example, io f a y UPpath existed from Daytona w5o ew01 l v1k o dr

LA U-P,.- m. :i ...I fto De Land the trip could be made in two vouchers hall3 helr ly d i`a 11, -e6'0
SI hour easy, so that it would be easvery to oe of the Suntly e erlk. l
So and come and have five ouall infr' intop upo. the boards o epath co-
menta punThished. I would allow many to take e mad to tate hep- e g
muR. a one, two or three day vacation with- the ceo-...tLion of new paths, to the
iout feeling the expento ride of rail road fare, malntlm*e order o lthm and
lh C. men as Ben Iarrison, editorial writer of the Times- which would for a two day stop pay athohred e0pen.es hnmi g t act.
m and CiOtifn, of Jackson leveh, icl., and John N. Rogers, County board c. 6. No person shall lead,
of the Board of Edcatiaon, of Sanderuville, Ga.. do y stamd, htech, rid or drlv0 ay oe,
de e the Frankli to be the m everyone should bep atiln td contrucattle, swa a or owth er anals o.

a au e n to s uch a would come and spend two or threedays upon aor be made or f ow co -
St m ha period qualities. The writing visible wit with us if uch pa th existed, between Daytona ed,

gthe carriage. The mechanism is so aimp that a child can opindon the buldin g ttdraytof sch oaths woul ao or epo from
t^ for $5, on terms to suit your pckto.th ayo here thoan.t do now; ao for iia atlpo ad i o-
e ^ x ^ ..... .......to DeLand the trip could be mn&e in two vouchers I g. fl. n alo0rom wV I ob-d i

hour easy, so that it wouldbeea,,sytrt, Injureor destrno ac y plrn of
Good seond-hand Franklinfor and upwards. any ch dpth now constructed or
Your inquiries b mail, or in person, will i courtous and TE TT OF Tm Blany to be oeleted th e.
Sto--he Wkof.existi.g... 8. T at hs ore c
Sa ton. eAn act in relation to the use of bi-u sthten.andr to acoistc ted,
*, ,r o. + .cycles on sedepaths, for licennexg bicycles, nla his State lader ls act, a- hereby
Gi en So uth r Agent, for appointing sidepath commissioners, placed under the diction and control
and for the construction, mina two tainance, of brpayrd of h ommiloaer
E. F. BUTIPUS, regulation and preservation ofsidepaths" of tihe varo co i n whih they are
S.......F-nl -by defning the powers and duties of located
No. s New St. Charleston, S. C. said commissioner. Sac. 9. Whoeser shall ride a bicye
Sr ,Sw rono 1. The county judge of any on any sld epth lthsl Stdte s violation
EP AENTING- d county may, upon petition of ufty -no o of any sections of this act, or does ncy of
dent wheelmen ther, appoint five per- th e acts by the provisions of the lawt for-
Sthe age. The mechan CO.sons rom the reimpident ctthat a enhild cawho are sa e deemed lty of ms-
So tu t combe control c.cyclists giving each city, and one or demesaor, ad shall e punishable by
17. Devonsnhre Stareet, more towns in sach county, a represen- In0 of not less than Eve dollars (.5 nor
..... a_ stationn on the board as near as possible more the ten doars t at
O O S0 in ~proportion to the probable number of of fallut to nay any ath may7 be
S tr cyclists resident in such localitt; who imposed, pocketbook. may be committed
Goodshall constitute a board ofsideth om- to jail t exedn o, and upwards. any uch idpat ow for cthd or

Your inqirie by mail, su(h commission shall be four years, and Tc. t10. Courts having jurld'letion to
*oetheir sucesor shall hold four yer try misdem os, a provided by law,*AN V

"An act in he re inaf ter provided, se of bi- have exto sive i on to try CORNER BEACH STREET edd ORANGE AVENUE,
e T C O N R A D CrWhe Agen, appointing idepath commiioneur byx- lloender der this act, In t he ame
the chairman or secretary of the board now have jursdition, subject to the
shall immediately file a notice with the ppowerswer of removal autiend appeal andof located

At their new store have at county judge, specifying the name of such to render and enforce judgment tohe DRUG FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, B U,lat
commissioner and the city or town in extent herein provided.
irstla lin of............... which he resided, and the term for which OMct AND TOILET 0APthe of the law for-
hiV succensor shall be appointed. Upon
and an y ro es Fresh Fruits ipt of suh note the county judge sh Peery and Fancy Tolet Articles. by
171l Devonshire Stret, more towns int uch county, a represen- Augrof not Imesythan By* doaa (T6) nor

caney and file such appointment with
the county lerk. The county clerk shall There has been no d (10),th from yellow
H Vy, Grai an d Provisions. forthwith notify such person of his ap. fever in Havana since March 16th. In
n an propor tion to th e probable of with o the diseas,top a thing that has not been
tional oath, enter on the duties of the recorded since 1781-one hundred and DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, cns he consulted pro1 sloaal. y dring : m

FIRST CLA$S REFRI(hER ATORL' IN $.1. oftii,. twenty years ago. Santiago is free from hours; oce hours, Sunds, 9.0 to 10:30 a i.; 3:80 to 4:80 p. a.
SIn conste of charges being mad against the disease. It has not been free from it
PP any such comnimissiouer in writing and before for three hundred years. 9
m nfAgents for Ws h Lo Douglass' Shoes n such co ioner to appear This accomplishment by American II
s cand answer suionh charges, and may re- arms and surgeo is a greater victory
moe such comhmiioner if gor fod caur e be than the conquering of the Spanish ys located on the Halifax River. It commands a mot attractive view in every dir.
Spirationof term of office or otherwise, ra

SSh commiior shall eerve with- foe in war. For centuries yellow etion ad no Aelotion caM befound inthi h dl
th chairmanorsa hl re h house has been enlarged by the addition oo south e

out ll immediatin, but hall e paid fever, originating n Cub, has been a sngleor enite. A w diningroom has been the south e givig a
At theirtheir newatore hav c tual and ge, specify ary diburementof such standing menace to America, and its Im- sunny esposue and is light and cheerful. The pNTor, oMEDI, Ihalls d rmBdS have
out of the sidepathl fund. portation seemed to be an impossibility been enlarged. Bathe and lavatories have been added and evrythlu dome te
o 8smm'. 2. uh bone ard th f sidepath or town inm- extent here provided.
ACH TREET, nearORt-c E A N ad TII RIDGE. misins is here y authorized and em- to prevent. Thousands of lives and e ofomeen term for which COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS. o
pwre to otrtll b and maiain million of property hae been d.ed keep the tableuptots salexcellee. Thehopn is the blocks er the de
u Fa y roce es reside pths along any public road or to this Cuban courage. Under Spanish pot, and convenient to the Post Oe, Churches, hoo,. ad is withi a
st t. or unty ctieron therof in th county, rule no effort was made at eradication, of the ocew with its n lucent beach for wheeling, dri or utoig.
ay,- a *****a- *ronsfo provided the aid such rd of idepath com and o ne of the hopes of the American $2.50 per day. $10.00 per week d upwards, according o
S nnisoners shall be requall ied to obtained month of June there was not ca e
U the written approval of the board of people at the outbreak of the war with Henry Schnidt, Daytona, Pla.
th* county clemmissioners and file the same pain was that effort would be JONES proprietor cugu-e onlted p

a limited quantity of goods which : iencing the building of any such ide- remove the of yellow lever, and
SI of the ntrote les o f rtedone thee o atiorded ce 81-oDe hudd d hou; offce hor, Sday, 9.00 to 10:30

Se Rat tCeK Owing RE P incor, rated city or town in said from late reports it would seem that
I i c county, and provided tinad y s hall secure this has been aomplished. Clen linem,

the approval of the common council of no doubt, has been the prime cause of .
nat Mutton, p can............................................................... 12 any city owr town by a resolution at ad i n a ea t
per can............2m ren..ting thereof before constructing any eradiadatlon; and it is now said that Whh warmking oort io et
S o s of'ken .......... ....... .. .side ath in such in or oration. Hava na and Santiago were never e..le t end Whihd wta dtee aled a adi o ore d













ll1b"e lsery sat'rday.

**er -i Preprister.
SubacriptiUe, *z.o per Year. in Advance.
Advertisiag Rates on Application.
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida. as
Second class matter.

Saturday, Aug. 3, 1901.

Benjamin Franklin said, 'Think what
you do when you an into debt! You
give to another power over your liberty.
If yocaanot pay at the time. you will
be ashamed to see your creditor. You
will be in fear when you speak to him.
You will make poor, pitiful, sneaking
excuses, and by degrees come to lose
your veracity and sink into base. dbwn-
right lying."

An exchange says: "If you ask a man
for an ad or a local he will tell you lie
doesn't believe in advertising, the paper
is never read. But let him be caught
hugging the hired girl or chasing a piece
of calico up the street after dark or
struggling with a jug of 'tamri' water, if
the printing office is in a garret of a
twenty story building, he will climb to
the top and ask the editor not to publish
it in the paper where everybody can tse-
The newspapers of a town are its look-
ing glasses. It is here you see yourselves
as other see you. You smile on them,
and they smile back at you; you frown
on them, and you are repaid in kind. If
the town is doing business the news-
papers will show it in its advertising
columns. If the merchants are spiritless,
shiftless fellows, whose stores are jum-
blek of junk and jam, the newspapers
will show it by the lack of space they
take. If you want the world to know
that you have a live town, you can only
let it be known through its newspaper.

It is officially announced that the Cen-
tral of Georgia railroad's railway and
steamship traffic line which has been
generally known as the Savannah Line
for years past will hereafter be desig-
nated and advertised as the Central
Savannah Line. The new designation is
considered more appropriate, as the Cen-
tral of Georgia railway reaches all im-
portant points in Georgia and Alabama
over its own lines. The system does an
immense and constantly increasing busi-
nes and is admirably managed.

"Honesty is the best policy." Hoary
with age and worn with constant use.
this adage of a better day should be an
inspiration for every man starting out
on a career of his own. The deceiver
seldom fools anybody but himself. Peo-
ple niay be too polite to tell him they see
through his attempts at deception, but
they do, all the same. And it is a fact
that the world has little regard for him
who practices deception. Again, they
may be "too polite" to make a "llow-
ing horn" of their opinions, but deep
down in their hearts they dread the de.
ceiver. Worse still, lihe is loathsonme in
the sight of honest men and women. Ex-
ception may gain a temporary victory.
but time will revel the innirmost secrets
and then the perpetrator must thlien de-
spine himself for his folly.

Imperfect digestion and assimiilantion
produce disordered conditions of the
the system, which grow and ar' con-
firmed by neglect. Hlerline gives ton,.' to
the stomach, and caulses good dig's-
tion. Price 50 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Wanted Position-By an experienced
lady as cashier, Iook-keeper or sales
lady. Apply to Sea Breese Telephone

Any advertised dealer is authorized
to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter,
ecuema, piles, sprains' scalds, burns,
ulcers and any open or old sore. Dr. J
M. Jones.




The Old Reliable Southern

flusic House of

Ludden & Bates,

Jacksonville and Savannah,



We Will Have Another Car to Arrive Aug. 5th, and Offer for

the Next TEN DAYS the Celebrated Mathushek and

Ludden & Bates Pianos, the Sterling Mouse and Roach Proof

Organ, the Mason & Hamlin Organs. ,a ,a

The Ludden & Bates Co. have given more than a quarter of a cen-
tury's study to the construction of a piano that is
x suitable for this climate. w

A small cash payment and a few dollars per month will

soon pay

for a handsome instrument and make home cheerfuL



Ludden & Bates S. M. H.

Roxby Building,

and 1 "l Il.I) It.

Suggestion, of p4l)f frltnish tously. Will (hi.',rfulfly insultlt within
pt rs is d..i'i.i hi plins. and guarant''4.
satisf.a tion.

h ,ni 11



Has <> ntirl ia hirines shipl, on North
l u-ha.li stI .Il niii i r4 adly tol,,, tirst .Iiass
harne's and si have hand a full sto,k o.f new lihrnlss.
but until smhli titni I w ill take O,.rlrs for
same iIand have the'nui s'l-nt over from nmy
Deitlid shopi. All kindl- f musical in-
strumin'nts and strings., nd sewing nma-
chines and extra parts on hand.
Your Patronage Solicited.

The gmaet mid to DIGESTION.

A. R. HARPER, Salesman.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screen., Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
ait reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue. DAYTONA, FLA.

J, w, WIL(IISON & Co.
Electrical Contractors.
WlsX0o FORI Ekcrnir L l'HTS A SPI'I'IALTl

IjiFull supply of all kinds of elect rical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES SpciIl Attention to Marie Work.
s Setmnlee Bseildig. Daytone, Fie.


S. AtIAS Wo8LTo A-
Protect orchards, gardens, cottons,
corn. tobacco. encumbers, tomatoes.
and all other fruits and vegetables from
the ravages of insects without the use of
poison or spray. Send $1.00 for sample
trap toy mail.
Address J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman,
Ocala, Fla.
See local notice in another column.



Made front Distilled Water.

Magmella Avesse adL Railread
Hauls baggage, freight, etc..
rates rea.onable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.
'Phone 77. S. MILLS. PROP.


3 SAL~3 -~ MbS*..SL

am dby borJ .11.


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DIRM T 9-4 7=T

NO OTH r a.LaMMu ga p MMIGM LAU g gg
lb thee mt e*and ortfe.
To the We nnd Nore.th-Wet.
The line through -The Lad of the Sky." Asboi1 00
Springs N. C. Flint Summr Asrt St.imIm n S
Wrld. ThroMgb Sl..iag Ca trm mIJMi
Asbeville sad Hot Sprlngs, North CamuiM.
Ice of .low P t io mi-wca m EhIp-- i, g^I, L.
Through Vestibled Trim, PIllm saDrawiag-mrem S epig Cns Theao
C.aces rideat Diaing Car Service.
Through Tralns via the Southem Ralway ar Operated ina C CmedM 3ba
the Plat SystmA from Jaieville.
For Rates, smbedlWs sad lanfomatinoa. sl m or addme
W. T. C08BY, Traveltag Passge A Aet, se W, ay St., JACOINVI UiL, L..
8. E. HARDWICK Gemeral PamngrAg., W.H. TAYLOR, AWs. G6am.MlIAfL.
April 25th, &Uop.


Florida East Coast Ry.

Time Table No. 84. ISa Eeet July 7, 1901.

SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.)

(Dead Up) NOR= 3011M.

~" ~Daily DailSy STATIONS. eyI
06 4p 1 0mLy........Jackwast'ule ....... TGPia
ow ft 1 S 11S. ugstne........~U~ Lv &oli1
~ Gliep 1 ies,. ........ slam ga m ......... aaUv
4a 9 19 lop12 p 4 ........Jews Palish&a........ d-
do ......... 4 0s
"01p 1 b ............ 1P1111 ........ U
up....... 1Ormoa d .::.... Wl
8060 6l7 ....... 4
M? ......... 4. Now I ....
2310 .T..........

0 h o l o5 p .M e.. .e .* 2' f .
90 004..'. 4250............ Melbure..........Ha.
E-4 4q .... 5i~p .. .......a.FoSiems, ......... Urn.
go d ... ...... r f P1 0111.........." A n ..
0 pa 6 ".. ............ he.. ............ .. .
Iq ..... s.............'* a.
d .. 4O .......SEuart.............a
w .....71.L"?.......... BobSound ...-... S4f..
[.4... 7 no."........ WIeust w ie......... sof.,
go ......7 571%".. ....West Palmi 1elsac ...... 0f.
04 00.00 "-"
aS...9 T-fr Lbclral ..... -11 .
d 9 S i1.4 ..... M. a m i. .L .y. a f .
Buffet Parlor Carse o rrsaaa 85 slad M5
NO-23 No 21 No.19 No.17 limo.s No ~
Dailyl Daily a1 Daily Daily MAYPORT DRANON. *
10 Sp 2 *i U 1MLv .........Jachmoaie ......Ar T4
95~ -ep6l*p 6 O~ "U4 oa.........So. Jaeksoavtfe. tS~
to-sipF20pp"O 0p 1 a.. .Pablo Beack ..
10~ Za~ Sp 249~p 10110.....Atlantic flsaeh ..... 6laa I
10 6p ?44p 300p 8 11 30a.......atylport ......LT 6 7
M0:W~-61No No Il5No,49 No471 PALATKA BRANCHNo.5N Io~d
Den Dily2!I ....z DalyDaily iNDa&lyi~mjD N
54- atlpjtf--Ml aj71. Afttats.r




No.57: N,.
L ....... ........... ........ a M a teo.................... :'
No UN IORANOrg CITY No. -2 N. 4 NXo.11
a lu BR ANCH. aily IDn Daly ANIORD BRARUN.
38Up'lQI bl'LTv. .New vmrna. .Ar FiO p 6 7le Lv ...........*vieAle. ..
&ex ex.8 ex.S u u
p 1121a .Lake helen.. L 1 ............. m ..........
S6lpill3ai .OrangeClty... l- 4 4 a i ............. e ..... ..
4 p45ArOrange .cty J. 1p 4 1 @s .... .
S 1 Ar..... ... .: .......
These Time Tables show the times at which trai smay be expected to sriv
from the several stations, but their arrival or daurenatthe uMeS ted Is Ma E
teed, nor does the Oompany hold itself respom r., any delay or ay' m-
ing therefrom.
Leave Miamionay and rdy...11 pm Leae vaa Wed. a tud .
Arrive Key West Twes..and Saturdays. 3IWpm Arrive eWest Wesad Sa T.I
Lee Key Wet Tue. and Saturdays. 9*Vpm Leave Wes Th W eat SMme2s......
Arnve Hansa Weds. and MoMndays.. I6am Arrivetlimizrtlayseand mas o.... SO
For copy of looal time card addr any AeMt.
. D. RARNAN LAs .Psw-6- a .A. Lg-t. ST. LUWSRNU.

Open the year round. Located directly on the beach, 200 feet nortka d
Pavilion. 28 Bath Houses and Showers connected with the HoteL go
Food a Specialty. Special fish dinner every Thursday and Sunday at 6 p.S.
Rates $8 to $12 per week. Special rates to families. All outside roos0
G. A. P'ACETTI, Manager. H. L. KOCHEIRsPMEME, Prop. Seabreew, M


Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.

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Pershfke KhU

TM am& nsided-R emobeh
owsba om esmind.*

9ambi'INApAMm ao a omoie -

SW. Puttea, of Miami, loruiry a
Wa Wstisn dv me itya
Dr. uen ad, of Mt. woas

For job printing ring up 'phone 18.
We can mit you on both price and

T MbMinMabel EUsworth and Sarah
Carp wne down from Ormond Tuesday

Two stem p tipestI from Jackson-
v0 to New York and return for sale.
M. R. L WaB ht I we k for a two'
-agne vit with fiede la llinois,
Wbmoai ad Iowa.
Dr. Wnms, a whom Daytona den-
Ott, anfWd Sady for a abort sojourn
ma bayMto m risads.
B. lMon arrived at the Isle of Pines
1l6t 0awnay. He wn hbe absent from
- I omabout three weeks.
Dbetos Mories and Brush and the
ditora m wb wen at OrmiadTuesday
the a st of the Hotel Coquia.
Mn. T. W. Amson returned to Miami
T vaflter a very pleasant visit with
her pa t and miedsin Daytona.
MisEv*a Clark returned Saturday
bmI a very enjoyable three months'
vtas with frids at Miami and Palm

Mr.a"d Mm. C. H. Stewart, of Mel-
bamas, an vMilate wtth the latter's
pom Mr. ami Mrs. C. Nash. They
wn wavodmtyfor the Pan-American.
The gstast healer of modern times is
DBar Salve for cats, wounds, sores
pbAss m a skdaddiseases. It is guaran-
eed. Use no substitute, Dr. J, M.
Jo .-
SMu xeh-aft' Bank have recently
hemed theirr hameon Ridgewood by
drng it with aew coat of paint. A
oam hams ao been built around the

C. Debmka., formerly a resident of
Datonas. but Bow a prominent Jackson-
ve real esta man, was in the city
ver shaking hands with his nu-
M-M frhnmM
bImtn s& Tom d have completed
an aditiontothome of J. C. Pette-
pber. They we abortly commence work
o anadditikoto J. N. Gamble's house

We eara that Mrs. A. A. Weeden in-
lea6slbihg a summer home inDeLand
and wll Eped the winter seasons at
Port Orange and looking after the rent-
ag 4 far h eedI houses at that place.
A>tiois hdallsd to the communica-
Monf riHoav a. M. L, Smiith and to
gt bil el idepath law on the front
pag. It is the intention to circulate the
ptition next week to make the law
eWn etive is Volai county.

For Hale-An elegant home at City
Beautl, opposite Daytona. House
hoe and fuay farmhed; artesian and
soft water; yard piped. A bargain. See
or write Bighatm & Thompson, Day-
toa. hFa.
Is yourliver tired? Does it fail to do
ie duty? If so, don't magrt itecall for
hBip A few doss of Herbine may save
yo a spell of skakae.s. Herbine is the
only pefeet liver medicine. It cures
eh and lever. Price 50 cts. Dr. J. M.

( e3 tNri-mfhI Bridge Company has
Sit seeved it charter from the
asMgtnIy a I th i Sate. The comIpany is
ag li d with aeapital of $20,000, to
seet wsiges within or without the
bate of Florida. Ti- oIet of the
ai lyna are: C. C. Post. president; C. A.
Bao-gh, vke-premideat; W. E. Ballough.
teisnar; 8idaey Haigh, secretary; 8. H.
oes, aadutr.

A. .L Harper, of the well know music
houmofLadddesat Bates, has placed a
smkdof phO and ouIc inthe build-

lanfo-ewiny occupied by the GAXzKTm-
w&s. Mr. Harper has sold a number
of istm te daring his stay in town.
md pos ecoanteplatig the purchase
ofapiaaoororganwfl do well to call
a tak the matterr omvr with him dur-
rt nexatteOn days. See ad on another

When bus-es is dull, and expenses
Salong just the same, the shrewd busi-
ae -a wle make all the greater effort
tofM etwhattradethene is. It must
be m bieed that a newspaper weehes
otm buy homes and is read by a
m people IdI the quiet season as
w--thmaniely, and an advertise-
Mat wE make te ase Impressiou,
abtl duvet m1l-tt may not be seen
O peam fanmree to visit our city.

W. H. Riad ad wife, of Crescent City,
maat emiad's Vila.

Jou4ge Stwart was over from DeLand
lit Saturday.
Mrs. MacKenzie is spending a few
weeks with friends on Indian river.
Now is the time, after fruiting, to fer-
tilise peach trees for next year's crop.
1. B. Wilson, county tax assessor, is
in town this week making the assew-

Owing to a rush of job work this week
we have been obliged to neglect the locals
D. B. Matheson, proprietor of the Co-
quina Hotel at Ormond, was a Daytona
visitor Monday. -_N
r -.N. Conrad has indulged in a new
cement walk in front of his home on
Orange Avenue./
J. A. Erickson and family returned to
DeLand yesterday. Mrs. Erickson is
very much pleased with bis business here.
Dr. W. E. French left Thursday for a
two months' visit in New York. He
sailed from Jacksonville via the Clyde
E. J. Mills, the enterprising barber, has
just completed a "sailing tricycle." We'll
tell about it after it has been given a
8. H. Gove has added an office to the
east side of his horse. besideqi a water
tank with an elaborately finished frame,
and is now treating his house to a new
coat of paint.
There has been all this season an
abundance of rain. cool breezes have
tempered the heat of the days, and the
nights have been cool. Verily. Florida
has the best summer climate. in all our
broad land.
Walter Williams, the Missouri editor
and essayist, is credited with the follow-
ing: "Fame has taken men from the
forge and plow handle, but she never
reached over a picket fence and yanked
a dude out of a hammock.'"

A PlIeasa t Event.

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stewart gave an
informal musical at the Seaside Inn
Monday evening to about 104) guests.
The house was beautifully decorated
with palms, flowers and smilax by the
lady guests of the hostelery. Miss E. E.
Beatty, of Tanima, and Mr.Stewart sang
a duet; the charming Miss Elizabeth
Hanabrough, of Leesburg, rendered sev-
eral vocal selections which were loudly
applauded; Mrs. E. II. Mote, of the same
place also did likewise. Miss Cladys
Stewart and Mrs. C. H. Stewart. of Mel-
bourne, rendered an instrumental duet.
and Mrs. W. H. Heath. of Holly Hill.
rendered two vocal selections. Roy P'.
Barker, the clever entertainer, was on
hand and did his lotrt to make the even-
ing one of pleasure; he did several clever
turns on the mandolin and sang two
comic selections. Mrs. Spangler and
Miss Pearl Spaulding aLso entertained
the company by several I instrumental
Refreshments consisting otf piunh uand
cake were severed. After the mnusieal
program was completed those who pt
desired were given an tioplsrtunity to
trip the "wee fantastic." to music fur-
nished by Mrs. Spangler.

K A BDstlfl Home.

In a recent interview with F. N. Wal-
dron. in relation to his neiw house, he
said that his wife planned the inside and
he the outside. TIhe first and second
stories have each five and tihe, third six
rooms. There are also two detached
kitchens and a laundry. Tit' house will
be provided witli loth hard and soft
water on tle first two floors, and \i ill
have electric lights throughout. The.
rooms will lie hIeated ly a furnace. aind
will Ibe furnished with all modern .co0-
veniences. such as hath fixtiiires. toilet
closets, etc. The water will Iw. fonred to
the tanks above thle second floor Iy3 a
Rife Hydraulic engine. Sewerage will tie
provided for liy tlhe sunel plro'.ss as
adopted lvby Iehland. This leautiful
house is covered with building lpapr lie-

tween the slheating and -.laplhoalrds as
a non-tconductor of iloth hent and cold.
With a b boarding house on each side Mr.
Waldron expects to rent his surplus
rooms to lodgers, who can secure their
meals near their rooms. lie has a good
staff of workmen under the general su-
pervision of Geo. Silvernail. Chas.
Kost has charge of the painting, and
J. B. Sanbonu of the plastering, and
counts on first class work from them all.

Mr. Daniel Bantz. Otterville. la.. says:
"Have had asthma and a very bad
cough for years, but could get no relief
from the doctors and medicines I tried,
until I took Foley's Honey and Tar. It
gave immediate relief, and done me more
good than all the other remedies conm-
bined." Dr. J. M. Join's.

O WI? T f the EL.

as"f te&TMToi NW.

C. F. Burgnman, who for the past two
weeks has been spending a short vaca-
tion in the mountains of Tennessee, is
expected to return home Sunday.
Attorney Hocker. Orlando, is spending
a couple of weeks at the Seaside Inn, Mr.
Hooker is an expert fisherman, and keeps
the hotel table well supplied with speci-
mens of the finny tribe.
E. E. Starkey was arrested last week
on complaint of C. F. Burgman, charged
with assault and battery. The case
will come up for trial at DeLand the
13th of this month. The (i{AzKrri-NXwn
will publish a report of the proceedings.
The Thursday evening dances at the
pavilion are beginning to prove a
"howling success.' The young people of
Daytona turn out in goodly numbers, as
well as our own youngsters. Dancing
and star gazing, off the end of the pier
by twos, is generally indulged in tol a
rk on the new bridge is still pro-
gressing steadily under the management
of Chas. Ballough. From all accounts
this bridge will l.e the best of any yet
constructed across the Halifax in this
county. The lumber is beginning to
arrive and it will not be long until the
people here will have right at hand Al
bridge in every respect.
E. E. Starkey is erecting a very pretty
cottage for Mr. Mc'lannahan on the
property recently purchased by him
opposite Major Britton. This cottage
will be two stories high. the first being
coquina. The inside finish will be of
cypnss. and it is safe to say that it will
lie one of the most attractive and up-to-
date in our community.
Frank William's mother and two
sisters left hlat Tuesday afternoon for
their home in 'rook County. Wyoming.
Mirs. Williamns 'anine tto Florida the first
of last Nov.. for her health and leaves
much improved. Misms Florence Williams
taught in thi. intern ediate grade of our
school last winter and rendered very
efficient service. Their many friends
wish then a pleasant journey home.
Frank Williams will remain Ihe during
the fall and winter.
Thieves are beginning to get in their
work in this neiighllrhood. One even-
ing last week two. uiis.reaiits attempted
to enter th.e residleine of Wesley lHerrick
on North Valley street while lh was
awiva froomi holli'. Mrs. lHerrick, who
li.nl Inot gonel withA Mr. Hlerrick, was at-
tra.ted v y a peculiar nois'Me down stairs
ar.lil mpanied bly talking. She listened
and in !a momel t heard oie of tlenm say.
"'(et in. illbodly is at homee" I'pon
hearing this Mrs. Herrick called in a
loud voice, to, Mr. llaney. who lives next
do ar. :anl Ith, rasnals took fright and
r'iln away. I n exuiiamtion it was
found tliat thli, liad completely torn out
th,'e S.'-'II of thi' window\ .

A 0ww w w -

Holly Hill News. ;

Mrs. Ilanil has lwen visiting her father,
G. W. llarris. for the last few days.
Mrs. Chase. Wetherpl and family expect.
to leave iion Thursday to visit her sister
at El Dora
The launch "iToinoka" made two
moonlight tripe this \veek. and on Wed-
nesday a party from thle Seaside Inn
chartenrl her for the Inlet and came
home in the evening.
Holly Hill was well represented at the
house warming given at the Seaside Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Cha.. Harris. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Heath wheeled over. Music. vocal and
instrumental. and recitations; after-
wards refreshments and dancing made
up a most pleasant evening, which was
much enjoyed by all present.


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


Mrs. A. M. Mitchell left Thusday for
New York via the Clyde line from Jack-
Our usual summer visitors from the
interior are now beginning to be in
Rev. Arnold will hold ser 'e% at the
Clarendon Inn every Sunday evening
during the summer.
Mesdames Cannon and McArthur and
Miss Finley, of Gainesville. are guests of
the Clarendon Inn.
Earle Snyder, of DeLand, who has been
lurking at the Breakers, was obliged to
turn home last week on account of a
vere case of the munmps.
J. 1P. Haney has been somewhat indis-
posed for the past few days with an at-
tack of the rheumatism, but is again
able to be at his work.
Mrs. E. E. Beatty, of Tampa, and Miss
Virginia Walker, of Alabama, are two
of the popular young ladies spending the
summer at the Seaside Inn.

a. nIl.
Monday............................. .......
W ednesday........................ 2:2.
Thursday........................ 1:311
Friday............................. 2:38S
Saturday........................... :42

Tuesday ..........................
W ednesday......................
Friday ..............................


p. III.
lo: 2.'



"Both my little children were taken
with whooping cough, "writes Mrs. 0.
E. Dutton of Danville, III. -A small
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar i1.urd
the cough and saved mnu a doctor's bill.'
Dr. J. M. Jones.

lunch "'Tomnoka" for charter. Saii-
mer rates. W. H. HEATH, Holly Ilill.

Fountain City Rahibitry. A few\ t ii,
breed two months old. Belgian haIn'-
for sale at $3 per pair if taken at o inlc.
C(:. H. ('lark, proprioieto,.


Be it known that six months after thi pnl,
liation of this notice as soon thereafter as I
can be heard. I shall apily to the lion. .1 I.et
McCrory, County Judge of Voin ia ( ianty.
Florida, for my final di-scharge ias giisrailian if
the person and estate of Nora V. Hlihic,. I"e-
fore marriage Nora V. Jasi.voun. at whiih ti,, The C
I shall present all my vo.ucherr, .iTinheiny
final accounting and ask for su-h 'ihli g.lmr. e CI
oG. M. WALL.ACE. (iriardi n Aforrc'.,l.
Daytona, Fla., April 13 It)Ol.
-- JA
Notice of Garnishmont.
In Justice Court, 7th Distric, Voluisia Co Fla
W. D. DE PAP, PlaintiffT
CHF s. ERSouthbound.
Jo~iI&tOi.. NI('n'l--,.t

4 .,~ .,*~..

Rough and Drssed

Lumber, Lath,


Flooring, Siding5 Cfilg.,
Prick, Lime and Cement la Stock. V
PHONE 83 Offices and YWrds: East Coast Railwhy And Org_- Av _.


lip ov"OTWO.

Dr. WaiUam had the misfortune last
week to lose his niee horse.
Dolpo Mayo and William Corpe went
up the river camping for several days.
Mr. McNary has just completed the
barn he has tsen building for J. D. Price.
The new addition to the V. I. A. Read-
ing Rooms is nearly finished and is much
improved by its new coat of paint.
On Sunday a large pleasure yacht
passed down the coast so near the shore
that pamengers on board could be
plainly sen.
Every Thursday large parties go to
the beach, some to bathe and flsh in the
surf, others to stroll on the beach and
watch the bathers.

White's Crem Vermifuge not only
effectually expells worms, but is mun-
equaled as a tonic, and is a certain and
permanent cure for chills and fever in
children. Price 25 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Ts-at**s Rose"t.
Report of Trumteeep of Daytona
Special School District for the year end-
ing June 30th. 1901. Receipts from
taxes and tuition $2928.88.
Teachers' salaries ........ .. $1047.00
School supplies ............... 1-,4 1.%
Fuel... .......... .. ................. ... .

Bicycle and wood sheds... .. .... I.I.
Painting .................................. 7 4.4
Freight .. .......... ... .. .. 1:.
Janitors and care of grounds ..... 267.13
M iseellaLeouns......... ...... ......... .0
Total expenditures ....... .... l. w 91
Balance on band .................10 22.97
CsAS. M. BIwsAMs, Sr., Smcy.

What among human ills anr more an
noying than piles? The afflictions that
prevent active exercise are bad enough,
but one that makes even rest miserable
is worse. Women are among its greatest
martyrs. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment will cure the most obstinate cam-s.
Price 50 ) ct. in bottle, tubes 7.c. Dr. .1.
M. Jones.

Week beginning Aug. 4 1904.

f Tri-Weekly Sailings -
EaIllinS IT E hAM 'lS.-tIP oN. S I.CUthl \K;Yys.

yde New England and Southern Lines.
| ir.., S .-v ,, I'. .t V,,.,,*

From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Tf h .mt n t hai-ina t J aa k lphmsui llnl

To Chester Johnson. dcfen.lent,. tid1 all Nornthbound ... u.I. .uut mTo.otn in O tcc, m .viii.
others whom it may concern:
Take notice that a writ of garnii.hmi.nt 1im-
been issued in the above-namei i-ase-. sanit that
your property in the hands at the Florilath' ST. 1 S' I 11 VER LIN
Last Coast Railway Company has been gar iI 1
nisheed. Now unless yiou appear lieforo re .i
M. Wallace. a Justice of the Peace itn and f4,r ( l .i )
the seventh District of Voln-itia '>iit, ween ,Ja 1il an S n r
Florida, on or beorbefore Sept. 2. l.i julhi,i.it Between Jacksonville and Sanford
will be entered against you.
W. 1). DF:AIS. Plaintiff. I'|I I' 'IN \' I I'.\I. l'% \ \- ,i .- l. .I" I \ ,I S. 1- .1 'It I ") ). (DELA.ND)
w. S :1 1i, 'h'1. I ,Int- I. a a- o(. 'ar. .1I .VilN l VIER.
S l\l \ll:\1 IN \T i !I \ 11 \ YI l h.
To eradicate from the system' giveO lh,. sTl':.\M':l: "T, CG DA Y ,"
child lain. nouirishing fIt nd hitt.- 's.H.G. DA Y ,"
Cream Verniifuge. The. result will 1I>.. I \ \ \ ->11 \\\V
th. ..w t ..rmA ,-ill di-n ar a t.. .....I ,. ..h.ild. \ \ I 1 'I, \ I. i 1.1 I\\'-:

become healthy and clheerf6tl. P'ric -i
23 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

High living, intenperance. expolu r ail
many other things bring on Brighit's dis-
ease. Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent
Bright's disease and all other kidnoi.'y %,r
bladder disorders if taken in tiane. 'I.
sanre to take Foley's. Dr. J. M. Jii'.-.

A. A. Davis Mt. Sterling. la.. write--:
"I was troubled with kidney ,oiiplaiint
for about two years. but two onle Iloillar
bottles of Foley's Kidney 'Cure effect,-d a
permanent cur'." Dr. J. M. Jone.

Leaves Jacksonville ..........Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 p. m.
Leaves Sanford ...... ... Monday and Thursdays at 5:00a. m.

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

1 ~ '. ;,.- T I w o tj

(ui'ma'rah ~-St.i

%\,Vt '. I St.. JS r .Ick-oimvihle, IFla..
I I.L~o'\F1. 1,A "". V;. hito pt., 91

W.1 P. (;LI)E & CO..
I *iaenoral .Xgpntp.
4i,;.' "it.. Datt.rv 1'ark, New York.

Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, valley of the Douro: -Wes
cut the bunches of grapes into small baskets, carry them a bort dis
tance and fill large baskets holding near zoo pounds. Then meawlth
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and plaited straw knots on th r
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off in single file down the rag-
ged winding paths and flights of steps to large vats, where the graps
are mashed for wine. The soil containing a large amount of iron.
---- __

- JK

Speer's Port Grape and Burgundy Wines
are made from the same grapes grown on an eastern mountain sle,
in Passaic valley, New Jersey, the soil also abounding in iron produce
the real Blood.making, Life-preserving Wines of the Wortd
-the old, original Port wine grape of Portugal. No other wine.
equal these for invalids, weakly persons and the aged. None put ho
market until nine years old. FOR SALE BY Druggists and Grocers.
Also the P. J. Sherry, Burgundy, Socialite, Claret vin. 18, a8 d
Climax Brandy vin. 1878, all used extensively in Hospitals and amo..
the Medical faculty as the best to be obtained. The unferm .twl
Grape Juice is extensively used in New York churches for communion


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aO M piasant bright June evenlu
"fl wre walkag hand In hand In tt
parl oth were young and beautft
The gir was leaning her head an h
ulhMer, he stooping from time i
Onme for the purpose of pressing hi
warm Iups o her light hair, plain]
eombed odr her forehead.
8deely In the thickest among tl
fragrant Jammines a vibrating light a]
earMd, followed by another, then by
third, still clearer, and finally wtnged
greenlsh swarms of sparks surround.
"LookI The lightning bugs!"
"How pretty, mysterious and light!"
OTe are vibrating as an Inexplicabi
word of love. and they are burning a
passion breaking Its ties."
"Lookl! This one Is hanging upo
your forehead; that one toIs your guldin
"And the other above shines greeisatl
like your eyes when you are cross.
would like, my only one, to make o
these stars an aureole about your ligh
A silvery laugh spread Itself In thb
seeluded path.
"AgdA seems to me It Is the thinr
act 4'esbert the Devil.' The peniten
o burning. We were walking
"No; this is not a cemetery. It is the
summit of life and earthly happiness
I love your' And he stopped In ordei
that In the dark he might read fron
the light of her shining eyes a cordial
They were much in love with enda
other faithfully and sincerely.
They went farther, silently. In the
mysterious shadows of the walk, but
Involuntarily the memory of the ceme-
tery, as It were, caused between them
a shadow of sorrow and thought, the
cloud which, even under the melting
influence of the words, "I love you."
did not want to disappear. Death It
stronger than love, and loneliness deep-
er than happiness. They went farther,
looking at the phosphoric sparks.
The girl suddenly lifted her head and
whtspered softly:
"Do you know that this moment the
reminiscence of a woman whom you
have loved once stands between us?
Is It not truer'
She divined. She was accustomed to
thinking and feeling In harmony with
him. At once, by Intuition, she came
upon the face of a person unknown to
her, a stranger of rival thought. He
shivered, embraced her more tightly
and stood still for awhile.
"Let's go farther." she said.
"Listen. I will tell you all."
"Why, I love you and believe."
"Listen. Between us there Is this one
last secret, troubling, annoying my
mind as a nightmare, and I shall not
rid myself of this pale ghost of the far-
away past unless I tell you all."
"Did you love her?" she asked, with
a nervous vibration of voice.
"She was handsome as a Greek cam-
eo and always smiling as a goddess of
happiness. She was curious, proud,
passionate, of an artistic nature. She
fascinated me, drew me to her. intoxi-
cated me. When she took in her white,
cold hands my head. my temples burn-
ed. and when she sang In the voice of
a siren I felt that my will and strength
were failing."
"Did you love her?" asked the girl
"It seemed to me that her love must
be the greatest happiness on earth, and
that I would then give my life to guess
the conundrum of her deep, black
"Look," said he, after awhile, as if
gathering his thoughts and showing
her the lighted, shining and moving
mass lu the thicket, "and listen to the
reminiscences of the long gone years of
my childhood. I was for the first time
In the country, and for the first tiu.e
on a waram evening. I saw lightning
bugs shining with a sharp, greenish
light Itn the dark thicket of the park.
Child of the city. excited by unaccus-
tomed sights, I chased the moving light
and wished to possess such a star. to
look at it while it was near and to take
it for my own. A chase was made, and
one of the handsomest bugs was tight-
ly shut In glass. Charmed, I took my
treasure, placed it in my room near my
bed, and in the night I dreamed of a
gigantic sun throwing light on all the
paths and thickets of the garden.
"In the morning I was awakened by
tlhe first rays of dawn. I looked at
once in the direction of the glass pal-
ace; but. Instead of the imprisoned
star, there appeared to me-only a
miserable, black"-

"But she, the woman whom you
loved r?" asked the girl impatiently.
"Sle was an enchantress, wtth the
voice of a siren, an artist by blood and
fleh a dark eyed and tempting prob-
lem, but only In the twilight of our
mysterious love, in the overheated, nick
and languid Imagination of mind. Her
Greek profile and smile of a sphinx
needed an unnatural light and spar-
klIng animation, an artificial spur. In
the usual surroundings, In the light of
day and truth of life, strong and sin-
core sentiments, sacrifices and pity,
she was only a black bug."
He leaned over. and In dumb and
warm homage he pressed her hands to
his lips.
"You are crying, my dear. Why?
Indeed you love and believe?"
She was silent awhile, then answered
with a heartly vibration of pity in her
" pity the dark bug. Perhaps-per-
daps It also has a soul."

Cbp. Her... Vt..do.
"Ma. when I get big I want to work."
"What do you want to do. little
"Ma, I want to wrap up car'mels In a
candy fa't'ry."-Chicago Record-BHet

A. Cecil Barnett,

Copying and Manifolding a Specialty.
-P. O. Box 4t6-
Piek Haine Cottage, Seabreese, Florida.

We hayv on hand a complete line of all
kinds of fine confectionery which we sell
at wholesale and retail.

PoWy's Hooey Tr
Agmat a .udmd mthme

Poldey'sKidney CUM
R M MsU s l s Alv h ~ ~ o

I have associated myself in business
with Mr. William Stiling, who is a prac-
tical up-to-date baker and confectioner,
formerly of Detroit. Michigan, and also
with W. F. Day & Brother, of Asbury
Park. New Jersey; the business will be
under the management of Mr Stiling and
we shall make strictly home-made bread,
cakes, etc.. also wedding, birthday and
other cakes to order. We shall as soon
as we are in shape manufacture ice
cream, both plain and fancy shapes, and
deliver to families, socials. parties and
weddings. and also manufacture home-
made candies.
Thanking all mny former patrons for
their patronage and hoping that they
will continue the same,
I am, yours very respectfully,

Are You Waiting?
Opportunities are crowding you if
you just keep you eyes open. Among
them is the opportunity to secure the
fine goods at a price well within the
reach of the most economnimnl. These
puihnlaes are Ibound to give you satis-
factionn ow and as long as they are
useful to you.
Good wlfite shirt for.................. .60
Fancy negleee................... ........... ;4) 1
Double ribleld stormn1 unnii-ll-a........1. 1
Aluminum nickle i i.................... O'
Men's dollar bellt............................. 46
Men's suspenders 13 to 2.5 r kind
.............................. 10-11-12-19!
Men's underwear 6(3 114 kind.......... .-10
Good pr. shoes............................. 1.25
Ladies finger strap ix-ket book..... .21
Buy a card rack to put your
visitor's cards in................ 1.
Tappan,s Taleun owder.................. 12
Double Bolster steel
knives anil forks t .se.......... 1.00
Notions, neck wear and viotlhing at like
prices. New goods on way. price's 25
per cent lower than -.wl.wh.re.
Cleveland. l'ienre and lIanlmbler ioicycles'
Smith i Son,; '

Sm it h 000" So n,


She Waverly. ,

Aw 6

Atlantic City, N. J.

Near Bach.

WrWt.for 89~mst Rafts.

Lewis Kennedy & Son.

Hotel Coquina,

East Coast of Florida.

Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While it
offers all the delights of the a-sehore, it is only ten minutes walk, or five minutes
by horse car, from the orange groves mad palm shaded walks on the banks of the
Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station, being connected with it
by home-car. Beautiful 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 climate 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 Rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. 48
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Florida.

The Up-to-Date 4

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

Strictly First Class.

Razors put in working order.
North of Holly Inn.




Buffalo, N. Y.

May i to November i, 1o01.

The Seaboard

Air Line


Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
pOints. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from
acksonville $42.30 and $42.95. Cox responding
low rates from other points.

Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullm n Fquipment.
For further information write to
It. E. L. BUNCH. Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MAcDONELL. Amt. Gepi. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.

Halifax Cycle Co..




01 rnioyig through Puillman I 'ciht'r.tIbed
Lou is wuithount 'haw;e.

"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 DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look 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-
ple. They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economic.
cal, and a/mrys full measure.
Bingham & Maley.

Buffet Sletpeis Jv'k.-wmnrille to St

For information relative to rates, rlwhelule, etAc., or for sleeper reservations, writeto
C. E. HIARMAN. (Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE. Fla. Pass. Agent,
Atlanta. (Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
11. F. SMITI. Tiafli.-c manager, Nashville, Tenn.





all the


from a



Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REG W TES the ier, Stomach ad Bowels,
C1 tses the System, Purifies the Blood

CURES Malaria, Biliousess, Costipation,
Wei StomMd ad impaired Digstion.

atr il !- ia o bMbft Si nd..
Prioe, O0 Cents.
V mby JAMES F. BAIARD, SL. Look, .e,

Sam by Dr. J. M. jams.

de ipdve StW, ablOM

OAN Savnh i" ,
"Savannah Lie." ,




Florida to New York. Boston and their

Short Rail Ride to Savannniahi-
THENCE via Palatial Ex]prem Stama*m a firm IAVAJUL FA
Connections witheWw York amd Bedth UShps O ft mmU "sagg
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sWling seaedu
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or aem.
General Agent., Jacksonville, Fla. Agenmt, Daytona, Fla.
P. E. LzFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEASANTS, Trafle Maaap.
New Pier, 35 North River, New York, N. Y.





St Lois and hicago
No THBorND Sehedule Effective May 1. soao
No.4 I No. 2 No. 1 INo. 8
7:4.3 pm 7:235am Lv..........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar 8:55 pm &55-m
11:05. pm 10:55 am Ara.............. Vaidoes (A. V. W.).............. Lv 5:20 pm SJm
3:.a).am 4:10 pm Ar Mar-on (G. 8. & F.) Lv 11:30 am 12-4 M
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar 4tlanta (C. of G.) Lv 8:00 am .:0pm
1 :4M1 pm 12:30 am Ar-............Chattanooga (W.& A.)............Lv 4:05 am &:00P=
;.:.5 pm u5:.3 am Ar...........Nashville (N.C. & St ........Lv 10:55 pm 90m
3:25 antm 7:24_pm Ar...............St. Louis (I. C.) Lv 8:36 a 0ItlS pm
7:2. pm 7:00 am Lv.......... Nanhvillt (N. C. &. St. L.)..........Ar 8:35 pm 9:06 am
1:47 pm 12:10 pmlLv Martin (I. C.) Ar 2:55 pm 5:15 am
10:54) am .. .. .. ..................Chicago (I. C.)....................Lv ............... 6:10 p
7:3pm -5":4 amjLv................Nashville (L. & N.)............... Ar 10:42 pm 8:380 am
12:i) a tm 9:.-4) amiAr................Evansville (L.& N.) Lv 6:35 pm 3:15 am
.9:15 am 5:30 pm!Ar.............Chicogo (C. & E. I:) Lv 11.:05 am 7W00 pm
No. 4-Di)IXIE FLYER, carrims through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jack-
msonvilleand St. Louis. making direct connections for all pomnt in the West a d
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations made to Louisville, Cincinnati aad
Chicago, only requiring pawengers to step from one car into another.
No. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, connetaiig with
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with throughsleeperfor
All enrrespon lane promptly answered and bleeping Car Bertas reserved. Will be gisd
meet passengers at depot In Jacksonville or my offee, 224 West Bey Street. Drop ms a ilA.
WALTIK IlAwawI., rGen'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C'. HAILL', General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. HITox, Trafflic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


The Great Through Car Line from Florida.




The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and

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

To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Ind Vit Boston and Can-
ads. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Char-
h lot testown.

will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida n" ts via the I'lat System during the season 1)0-1901 limited to
return until May list, with libersl stop-over privilege in Florida.
Adidres i of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rts.sleeping car reservations, etce, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY. Division l'assenger Agent, 118 West Bay St-, Jacksonville, Florida

W. DI)ENIIAM, General Superintendent,
Savannah, Ga.

B. W. WRENN, Paw. Traffie Man.
Savannah, Ga.

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