Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 10, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00396
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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Other version: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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NK' 49,=M TV' =_ 'WTOff W A TOO COMMON PRACTIO EABREEZE VW RATE IN NOME LATE LOCAL RL
AS d As cky daft The door bWWvy KoIly Hill, ol!w lz practice of "keeping thinga out of The city council of &;abrww has K H. Purdy was down to New Smyrna
W = i 101m. 1- was dib. W Yet ftve, UWdwr wfAh contents was the paper" makes it % ery difilcult for a granted Adam SAants the exclusive one day last week.
ffiA__A indobd ddft we bmw Wft ftkoj by Ste Nooday morn- newspaper to do its duty and give all righis to use its streets for the ekting J. A. Shanks received his now gods
r4ftebaft 4d -00 41W. T10 b& 16 baNding was a moss of Games the news. There are interested parties of polles and the running of wires thereon fountain Saturday.
1011 be WIM par wbm dbovesied by Ur Cave about 3 mady to throw themselves mto the forte next twenty years. The
1bb=1WbyAbmdwdftd abess OeW* in dw morabW sad it 'was im- breach at every important occurrence of that *rivh* little town an to be The Park 'r-mmiWos maetffi 0* tka
diftopm- m&lko hisailed bal It P=Wbb to save sordilog. The loss and importune the newspaper not to commes"fortheir sletion in thus en- Wuncfl Rooms next Tues"y_
lp dw how0w di Un sowd to Als. anamile lo about 61,500, with insur- publish tli-e facts. There in hardly a week encouraging Mr. Sebants in his plane for Charley Lockwood M recently and
odkgW d so 11hat eneyons wE be anse 114NOW. It is mot known bow in the year when the new9papers of this the good of the pobbe v*lfare. With the broke one of the bouse in his am.
omd&4m MPON#AL the On orllglo@04 but as nqpvw going city axe not called upon to suppress some ffbvets of Daytona, Sesbreese and. the Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Peck will go to Now
2% WO& d pgllbg in *9 p1ma is &M eaeft fnm Ormeoil have been in news item, and sometimes it happens bridge lighted with a string of are lamps York next month to make winter PWr_
20#ft engeft a, kno& Mr. gdmft do MW of sitting on the atep*, it is several times a week. Men will even ask for miles it will make one of the most chase$.
hes A NJ M 11 I I for "lor SM000 A to be quite likely that one of an item of newt, to be Puppressed when impressive and del*btfid seenes to be
wwo of, willionine. www N an AMewAw*lkfts 90biled elgar stab the entire community is already talking menatanv Florkle, winter resort. Let Erant Curtis is tak a business
bd1wi WOW OWN" 4&"w M bInss fft m 600 %pftd As building. Mr. about it. They will even ask the editor the good work continue. course at Bristow,4 Commercial College
Vevrat JU sn~ OW qg a mpmW &M bd 40vand n & peeked and and publisher not to mention a Lerta -ii in AtlanUL
kno 16" ftdqp AW 100ft ftr together with occurrence. when, as a matter of fact, it* A NOVEL IDEA 01 CIGAR& Mrs. John Bratt and son, Fv"d, re-
$some& SWb -ftl@K VpU& we bin books and sevenne stamm were publication would harm no one. If the turned Sunday from Asbville, and report
6 iw paperdeelines to "leave out" the item Attention in called to the new adver- a very pleasant outing-
writheg the above we the applic-ant becomes very indignant; if
1hPWW am W016 fthso ID have the bwo qp Win Mr. Cave's it yields it never occurs to the gentleman tisement in this ism or S. W. Rowley, Moonlight fishing from the bridges has
Fierfidla. bicines the saine ukbt and b4sd them- that he ham injured the legiitimate busi- manufacturer of tile famous "San Mateo been in order for the pent two weeks and
2%k 6111droo6ors as go dy l an adves to a repast. 14, in now presumed was of a newspaper and that he ought Cigar." 117bese eigars are all of Florida some large catches are reported.
smoodft 9K TWW ave fte Warm tbattbey also entered the factory and to apologize and do so no more. On the tobacco and are meeting with a very Mrs. Henry Schmidt and son, Gust,
nobbw me em who in k so the ready sale. Mr. Rowley manufactures
of afterneifte. Th" go after obtahking what cigars they wanted contrary, when the paper "leaves out" altogether twelve brands of cigars. One left Monday morning for a few weeks'
pors 60 416 umnk wound not it on are. an item for someone else the same per- of the unique ideas of Mr. Rowley is to stay in the mountains of North Carolin&
shopro a ebunk of sow previously favored in their requests give a building lot in Son Mateo to every Geo. H. Clark and son, Neville, Will
NOV WN forsuppressioum are the first to Itlatue
owk bNQft =a a IN* of win on IL TK MALLORY LINES NEW SNIP. the newspaper for not printing the news. pun-haser of on@ thousand "Ban Mateo make a business trip to Now York next
va he a Wo* of us Clippings," another of his choice brands month, and will visit the Pan-American
in UNK, bdog of VW U&N&b The newspaper gets tired and sick of of cigars. The lots are 23 by 100 feet, before returning.
Tbf USUOrY OWSMOMP lines. Operating being importuned to keep things out.
"0%0& With the go" 601 to Georgia. Florida and Texas, in about The editors get discouraged. and news- and the manufacturer of the cigars will Mrs. Morgan, sister of Mrs. Dillingham,
a-&- name" an k 10 romb to put on its twelth steamship, OZU paper readers, hearing of something Pay a taxes on them for two years after has rented the'north half of the Ada-
son" OR vatiom em"oft *at ba" Daver," a reumutably Am vessel; built, which ought to have appeared on time the title is transferred' glett's hou&- on Ridgewood Ave., oppo-
dw 40*6ft"I &*a" &Z *'** b"bWWW 49 NOV0 bm 6111 Of thia company's Mag- make derogatory remarks at the appar- site E. W. Greerim'.
G.qr- ham 00s"nobd ftr *ft N111118"t Awt Of hm PNN*Vr 8temnere, eut lack of enterprise manifested by the J M. Fleming, Jr., the courteous
1=001 ON 90 Mile nuellussd In an American shipyard, of American journal that has been worked and im- LABORER SERIOUSLY INJURED.
trareling passenger agent of the gas.
muderiab, and by American workmen. 'Air Line, was in the city last Fri-
"4'Of.d posed upon. board
1611-11111 7% '-&pvw' was built at Wilming. Robert Smith, one of the colored I&- day and favored us with a very pleasant
WU In the way of an hmPL too, Dell., at the Harlon & Hollialgeword. borers employed on the Despland 116tel,
LA4 OW mps the ftst cifff in 1he yards. Her dimensions an 410 ft*t THE RATES A LITTLE TOO HIGHa was quite severely injured last Saturday. call-
ftloftl, n- ths aN mrb of bap loog, 46 bA bem, 31 feet deep, &W she He was on the ground engaged with the Miss Amy Fuller, of New Smyrna, was
and &vW 06 kkiWL Twas so& a wM have a carrying capacity of 5,5W Believing the rates now given by the aid of a helper and a rope sad pulley in the guest of Miss Mabel Foye last week,
gwd aft-tbas Mood lolovvd solt ft6s. W* bas three docks, six water- railroads to Buffalo for the Pan-Ameri- raining flooring bosrds to the third returning home Monday. Min Foye
IV ab$N&obg l1w alld tnis of bmp ad t1gbt bulkhmile, two steel pole masts, can exposition hischer than many feel story. ThebuDdle of boards had been returned with her and will remain a
-p4admil"Rowd bAnd w be allnelldeekbouse. Herepeedwill be 18% able to pay, we have decided w, form a raised when Smith's hlper, by negli- week.
bm ft awes" 1w -*I -il @ purpose& knots per hour. Th" motive power of club to be known am the Daytona Pan- gence, or accident, released his hold upon The Tlmes-Union and Citizen will in-
Mr. wt to be nwtllc I bas tbe "DeavW"consists of triple expansion American Club, and endeavor to induce the rope, the whole weight coming upon sue a builder's edition to-morow. It
mp^tbkd Jostalls8loal of tbm engines, with four Scotch boilers with & the transportation lines to offer a mate- Smith and forcing the rope through his
lka will contain a write-up of the building
ad 6w4kaft an bumps, and working pressure of 180 pound per rial reduction; believing that if success- hands. The bundle of boards struck operations in Dayton& and several illus-
= ful many will be afforded a trip which Smith on the shoulder and chest, break-
Wn M I than any odor square meb. trations.
dw:rol W the wesson "t he By them details of her construction it they otherwise could not take. ing his collar bone and cutting and
WN a am" upteAale apparatus may be seen that the vessel is an unusu- Suce"m in our efforts largely depentim bruising him badly. Dr. Brown was Ch". A. Tremere, president of the
Itys- ___. ally large one in the coastwise service. upon the numberWhOwill likt-ly go and hasetly summoned and Smith was con- Jolinson Law Co., of Jacksonville, was
baikespeciallyto meet the de- to awertain this we have fornketl the veyed into the small house in the rear of in the city last week. Him company will
Is e4unedon with the above there is Bills was JL14 % Ullticipate the hotel. the broken bone set and the have charge of installing the electric
prebebmw that the management of mawk of modern steamships of greater above club. and k- all % ho
do MW Norlb bridge Will install ten power and speed to compete with the going join the club Iy delot)siting $5.00 wounds dresmed. Later he was taken light plant.
of do Jamps on the bridge and the latest improvements of train service, and with us, this amount to suploly the 4.0st home and is progretwing favorably. The exit from the station platform has
boding to W Our sister carrT.Ingcapacity of the railroads. of trip, or to Iw refunded if bet ter rato% been moved several feet northward, so as
elf gm armm, not to be left behind, With her speed, she will cut the seven- are not secured. to enable all the hal-km to have a more
put on a new dnes and sport itself day run between New York and Ga.Ives- If you are contemplating thi.4 trip and THEY DESERVE GREAT CREDIT. equal chance to secure their sham of
with a trigagolng of 10 or 15 of the same t'0D, Texas, to four and oDe-half days, are not now in position to make the de- The city wAans deserve great credit for patronage.
airb at "*L which would make the run between 'New posit, we will be. glad to have N ou ad- S. 1-1. Momelv. the smiling and popular
York sald Brunswick, Georgia, forty- vim us of Your intention of g(oing. their &wtioii in contraetingfor a mufficieut
Ono em mA imagine dw beauty that Daytona hotel man. expects to leave
is of eight hours, or lose. We have every reasoit to Iwli-vt- %ve utinkher of lights to enuble a person to
tbooz Ngbts will create on the muk The "Denver" will have accommoda- will be su('Ce."ful and if n-ldies are re- *-e froin one light to another. The cost ""t week for Atlantic City, New Jersey,
where he will try and dnd a hotel for
our 11in" visitors. tions for 158 Bret claw passengers, and ceived promptly we can t lif, SOW)"r lxr- of niaiutaiuing thirty lights is a litt e the sunimer measo )n next year.
JU CIVIs contract cells for the plant 98 steerage passengers. feet our arrangements and announce nkore than the city has been Imying for
$6 be is running order by the Bret of The "Denver" was launched in April. date of trip and via what line. its lighting service in the past but if a Work will moon begin on the $60,000
ICSWI' 1111111ber were installed it would wience building at the Stetson Univer-
January, but Mr. Sebasts NVe that, he Miss Cbra P. Mallory, daughter of the 'I Ix
is go* to bond ev017 energy to have president, of Mallory Lines, was sponsor til --. necessary to have the gasoline sity at DeLand. The piano and epwifi-
dunagoisgbytbe&nt of Dwember, or for the ship. Instead of breaking a MALLORY COMPANY LIBERAL. lamps in moine parts of town. nations have been made and decided
@00w, V ingni sad mKiney con do it. Mr. bottle of wine over the bow, Miss Mallorv uptni. and material has been ordered
&11110101S WW 609 One of the beat com- followed the Jap&WW Custom and re- During the ineeting of tht- Florida Press 'for it.
mu"W ftbtbW services in the state, leased several white doves as the vessel Association in Miami last Febmary. it COUNTY COMMISSIONER& The sidewalk along the Holly Inn
and is a talk with big reprewntative it started from the ways. was devidedthatt lie Astsoviat i,)n should prol %-rty on Third avenue is being re-laid.
was issionased th" if the people of The Mallory Line fleet is as follows: visit the Pan-Atnerivau Ex1m)sition in The Board of County Commissioi iers We understand the deeds for the tran8kr
DgyWan, would be astiallied with the the -'Denver," "0)ucho," ',SabiDe." August. Pre.sident 1; It. Tatum and met Mondayy in regular monthly session. of thim hotel were signed last week and
same ralse for eclectic lights as are ., Secretary T..I. Apple.% art] h.tve n-vently All commissioners present except Com-
that the work on the addition will be
ebmqpd in Tampa, Savona" and .Ai&mo,., ,San M&rcom,., beenarrangingforthim trip I- v tht- udi- luissioner Bond.
that those rates might be Colorado tore and havt, left nothing undol);, %% 11i"ll After reading and approviug minutes (10111111eucfd shortly.
C510011101100 and "Rio GraDde;" all of the vessels would add to 'heir pleasure and -velfare of previous met-tinge the commissioners Ina recent letter from J. R. Hill to
obonbod sor city. We think this a being among the fastest, and handsomest on this promligingly delightful ()Utii;-.-. reported the progress of road and bridge Otto Weliner he stated he had visited the
plow hir proposition. coostwine ships in the United States. As a result of 1'remident Tatum's efft ii-IS' work in their respective districts. famous mining town of Cripple Creek, but
Mr gebsoft mmint&ios that he will not The tonnaffe of this Beet aauTmates 35,-


BEACH STREET, near ORANGE AVENUE and SOUTH BRIDGE.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHAR11ACY,


2- J. M. JONES. proprietor, can be connulted professionally during j
boum; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. tn.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. aL


SCHMIDT'S VILLA:see
Isitcatedon the Halifax River. Itcommando; a most attractive view inewayahP,
ection and no tiner location can be found in this vicinity. During the sumsear
houme haj4 Impu enlargwil by the addition of a wing on the w.)uth "; the =`_
single or enmuite. A new dining rtx)iu ban been built on the south side
mnny esloosure and im light and cheerful. The parlor, office, balls and rot-ALOW-P
been enlarged. Batho4 and lavatorie" have been added and everything d
comfort and convenience of Kue"ts. The hall is one hwWred Wt long. MUD
in in charge of a competent chef and it is the empecial aim of the m&nq_.pm-e=&
keep the table up to itm uoualexcellence. The houne in thno blocks nerth of -*w 419.
pot, and convenient to the Post 00ce, Churches, dchoolmete. med is within a -ndh -
of the oL*au with its tnagnitleent beach for wheeling, driving or antoing. Itesn
$2.W per glay. #10.00 per week and upwards, according to loes6m.
Henry Schmidt, Daytftla, FIN

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W. F. G1,11C Jr.& Co. DruggiAs

The Largest and Most Complete Stack
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions eom- r
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only.
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1F Perfumery and Toilet Articles. W..
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
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At their new store have a
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awk a masl talm up his abode within toot pwped out from the curtains of the making a blioxving at __ till. ,qatv fail...) 1 iro ved. cause the weather is hot and business a
tb& go&& Mr. &bantsle name in a opposite bw9h, with a twinkle in his eyell W. W. Rawlins was awarded the con- bit quiet. don't let up in your advertis-
Would it not toe a good idea for the tract as keeper of the poor at the
by.wwd Ur bomay No jusegf ity at his the bachelor grabbed the plump toe and Boaid of Trade to appoint it coulwittee rate oI ing. It will be working for you all the
OWN hngse in DWon, Ohio, wW every- bllgan: to help the ruatter along? Surely one of 41 (1 per wouth for each inniate; conti a I
qggg, is D&S60M has found him worthy of "Tbim little pig went to market. this timeaud when cool weather returns and
the most enterprising citieL- iii tile State to run during pivamure of the bourd. business opens up you will reap the
bb littie-11 abould be represented. In speaking of F. W. Saws, A. T. Rosijiter, W. 1I.Mor- restilts. Keep "pushing on the linw."
"I"hat in my foot, sir," said the indig- the coming fair the New sniyrua Breeze risou. and T. L. Rodgers were appointed
usist voire of a woman. remarks: I a committee to act with F. E. Build to Chas. Kost and J. M. Bowe went\
I KIM UN UK WM The silence which followed could be county in Florida that fails to'investigate the re"ouroeo of Volupia. turtle egg hunting one day laht week,
beard above the roar of the train. avail itejeelf of the opportunitiles afforded coulltY for an exhibit at the arid Auring the hiint collided on their
cbww the German who by the coming State Fair to be held ill state Fair, to report at the 1,-teptenitoer bicycles. Kost's head struck Rovre and
bw bad a @hoo sepair 3&Ck60DVille in Noveinher, to advertise broke tile clavicle of one shoulder. Dr.
01- its resouixem, will not only lose at grand --hed him up and he is now
&W the bm see or shop De" d oploortutlity. bu se its rauL in the Pauline Beel. Anna Parker, 0. -May and Brown tpat4
P I years, was PUNISN THE OFFENDERS t will 14)
adjifted insane by a commission before list of enterprising. up-to-date counties. Jeff Pinkney were suspended from the wondering how it happened. Koat Was
Jeft UsCrory Met Thursday morning, For some months complaint has been Of course all tile counties canuot win the 4-oulity pension list and iahtructed to uft disfiguriA at ail.
&W Uba to do &27%m at Cbattaboo_ made about the freight trains gtopping, firlit prim, but every county in the State make application for admimion v, the
(-an make a dekeut distolay ii Wey will W. .1. &thpl w.Ls )vpr to Cri-scent City
Cbse, on the road crossing@ in the city. The! only put forth the effort; and the jounty county poor farin. la.,t %%.4,k. Hi-a wift- nk-corupanied him I
Be bad mot been right in his mind for matw wag laid before the outlierintend- thi;t fitils in this ujust take at bwk meat. The pension of Judy Morrison wits re- v.-r-mil bi-4 smi. who has been visiting
a i w yam, &W of Is* imagined that eut of the railroad and be notified Mayor'Volu8ia lim as many resources as ally duced to $2.50 per njouth.
partbe welt knever trvwg to do him Ludwig that conduetom had orders uot "Ou"tY ill the State. and it will be ex- The countv treavurer's report mhowed, with hi., gratidpar.-ilit,. returned. Nlr@.
bansandbewas coutinuallY threatte- to leave their tmiD$ OD the CMM48i][198. pected that we have &it exhibit that will tile fllll4lMiU' balances to the credit (of Bethel will reumin awity soine weeks.
equal the best. Will we tit) it! It de- 9 i M r. hk-t ho.-I states that the groves in that
ling do lives of mr6ain parties for some 102111er than she Masher of llkiuutes pend8 on the farmers. fruit growers. tile variwis c4 uuty fuud,: imei-tion are ltx)kin;c verv prosperous,
wrow be jancied bad bmu &me him. allowed by the State l1aw. He further st4vkmen and mauufacturittrs, ail(] we Upueral revenue ........................ *I.2--I.36 1
& stated to the =Uw Mot if conductors believe that enough (if them arv "live to P Will that -)ii#- is exliei-ted to yield $4,000
toad and bridge ........................ 2.3-4450
7V bwomedeagerolin. but an the interest of the countv and *vill pre- %virth ()f fridt this vear.
= be Vail mait to the asylum bbw so arrest am am thew.: pare ail exhibit that 'no one %%ill be Fine and forfeiturt ..................... 3.031.54
WL AND lived all alone in his WROH M from the city attorney ashailled 4)f. evell if we do not w-t ill#- Oil motion $15o w" drawn infavor of It-ov, .1. G. A. Martin. forineriv of the
flat properacuou in the Matter is prize. [A-t evemone do somethiug
b Mfto- ko 9was, corner Boulevard that Cominimskiner Roger?, it) apply on Tonjo- Firt Mothioldistchul-ch of this city, will
for the ofty cow" to pow an ordinance t0ward making th Volusia exhibit t'lle '4L bridge contrau
led I" Av& Rk actliow bad become best." IL t. lorf-ach at that 4-hurch to-morrow morn-
of Imb that people were afraid prohibift 1W preadee and then if v io- Tile initwellaneoupi NUN against theing at It o*cl(_K-k. S&-ralnent of the
to =191H& door. lased to puniehl go Wbudilre. c(-)ijljtv were examined and approved.'Lord'4 Supper will be administered after
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Hay, Grain. and Provisions.


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Had me one been left alive be beard way down in the street. Ahben as the sky began to grow pink ta the
be maet down to a boiler Want"d l'osition-By n experienced everybody came running In to see what east and the white miet blew across
H t the testimony of the 14 lady as cashier, hook-keeper or sakse was the matter, and the father was so the vega and the birds began to call
Was against such an acci- lady. Apply to Sea Breeze Telephone happy he carried Seraphita again to the what do you think happened?
Wej agreed that there was Central. church, and they had another ceremo- "A beautiful white dove Sew Into the
4f any sort and that the ny, and this time he paid even more window and alighted e Seraphita's
stl revolving as she set- FrVmau Thre Ocala l vem dg Star gold, and there was a great festa In breast, and. laying Its bill cose to ber
As the unfortunate craft Of April lat.. 1901. Granada. mouth, it breathed a soul Into her, and
ami s $8-m.0,00 and this was "You see, nobody but the mother then the dove Just vanished, and Sera-
-lBl 1the Spanish government **We arn indebted to Mr. (;eorge ('hoe knew that only Seraphita's body was phita wa dead.
= % the mOt thorough Investi- for the finest cabbage and lettuce we there, that she hadn't any soul and nev- *Thea, beca ee God had been good to
Vft 6the of water was not have ever seen grown in Florida Mr. er could have one; only the mother him and bad gives Seraphita a soul
M Snf aerna ad a buoy was set Cloe is a mnan of fne judgment. and one knew, and she could not be happy. agaln, her father built an orphan asy-
4 1pft s near as might be "She grew very thin, and her smooth lum and called It after her., 'The -
t l down. It was two te most ,u ful truckers in tie satin hair turned white on top Just aphita,' and you can see It over there,
S- hew the divers were state. and he is as generous and larg- where the devil had laid his hand. so with the sun shining on It. It looks like
tha a second mystery was hearted as he is prosperous." Mr. ('lone she wore a veil. even In the house, and gold."
~Ha Heafa was not to be bought his seed from the Old Relialde she hid her eyes as If she was afraid, "It is a pretty story. Pepita, but do
IIIr the neighborhood of S. dsimnan. J. B. Sutton. who handles and she prayed day and night. Nobody you believe she had no soul*'"
f FW the riSt time In the only the best Seeds to be had esiteially knew what she prayed, because she did "The senora knows I am English on
th prt It was learned that adapted to Florida. and make a sIe- not dare to tel even her husband. my father's side. but my mother was
n StW crrent running along "ialtv of tlye finkst strains of Cnlbage. "By and by she grew so afraid and Spealsh."
ar bit Puthe eay, entering from a T n sad because Seraphita somehow didn't "So you are half Spanish and half be-
s ft slag l dear around It to ,Egg Plant. Ittur. Union and Tomato seem to her any more like her own Meve it. Is that so, Pepitay
S0 oO ea e m the south side. ed. Set' display advertisement in child. She was like a beautiful wax "Yes, senors."
.-th sfet the bay was onIl dis- another column. doll. but she was not wax, and she
*M t Wind and tide. and even as looked just like herself to everybody Thel laghtiawales.
flt4m 0 feet So current could be else. only to her mother she seemed The father of Florence Nightingale
hl e ~ ae1t 10 feet of water be- lighlivin'iemni.rance...xiosur'am strange, and she could not get th. was William Shore who assumed by
fta httIm had the rush of a manyl% other things bring t ilBright '. dis- warm love back into her heart, even letters patent the surname of Nigbtin-
-40 WhaE thi fact was made ease. Foley's Kidney Cutn will prev'nit though she pressed Seraphita to her gale in 1815. The name, together with
Itn O *eadM. they extended right's disease and all other kidney ofr bosom night and day. the family property, came from old Pe-
f their opeRatonas. The cur- bladder disorders if taken in tinie. le "The little baby grew in spite of that. ter Nightingale, against whom Ark-
i l t611 a- the tide flowed s stir t take Folv s. lDr. .1. M. .lons. and she grew prettier and prettier all wright, Inventor of the spinning Jenny,
l5 l n la lan almost a full her mother, and that was just what the Infringement of patent rights. Lea
A& current would therefore The lDaytoini. orresponldenmt to the devil wanted. Hurst, the home of the Nightingales In
tF "slmo ^ws the meth side of the Deuand News last week says: I"The day Seraphita was a year old Derbyshire, is only two miles from
,[ it waI E neaused. As a mat- "The new road s'raper recently pur- ber mother could not bear It any Ion- Cromford, where Arkwright set up his
,l'llm Tru.*the northtshore was chased a by tiecity "dads." is the h itt' ger. and she went to her priest and mill and the adjacent manor house of
a wg1t d any trace of I novelty in outr l'unr. awl i s being v ery confessed to him all about It. and then which he purchased from n ghtinagale.
UmW a ot s a of the south shore nich daisauswed by the wise ones. who I
_~IM- MnA then ty hoped to find know all about its merits. The nmawhine .-
5m-ff tra8f tIn me eddy near tihe Petms to work well under the skillful
tgL. It Wa *$ meathas before the management of Dr. Fren-ich. lbut, like thIe I
, tha the bottom was reengine-the town quirt-no one else BE DNaE
Sw b an ci run it. Another machire to lay t Best Q gar.
tail weeds low would be a boon indeed. t ar.
ImI "Rthe questiOU of what had for the town looks like an abandoned old
beuno idmM e.a... ,* a,., -it.


AT THs SleN OP THE SKUlL ry-i me.* ** *. b
A.(W_"I "apt her e se
wea. a dVe gB a 6n 4 '11. -,* i.,w ~get e.
VIof- w g a as.d -. "After Woo, m m e tew hoew It R w
-W tsim_ a"rdSel m pemebt p mm a emtbo dboom.
ggm TllRALD. ltSa 3SiIo T~ub taya" d n d t; b to whikper st d haek ga rty at ae-
STwao h s- a s r ust y y ba pt when the amwM cied rta
ama.esd hmm. P mlem Diu the street, and her tether em at -
sa 0 o w- ,luggae.ONto ed bled and he talked wth the -pe and
Weaken the body and de- ofAs m. aM pokb, m.s hbd hurch hbut they w ldn't have amy
---'mmmosmmiinielMi_,i ,,m.;. -a- ,'Or heavy eyed Despir. aoe ceemaln fa ir gmphta. adt the
. t.. e.te esat. Dat-. Fod-- grades the mind. It saps p,.ess tried to makehe poe p sep
eMg-'. e nervous strength that Lovaply.or .mar-, talking. What they said was *n -
is the source of all health, d that di= trailer bwedei sose.' But it was not monm and
t1rdy,0 A1ga. o, ige. r8etve the functions I ~u ,tMe'moryi n a bne. so they went on talking among them-
Spevery.d be we king or be we hers selves, and they would take their own
S of every organ. Because ride the chldre out of the way when phta
r IERAL SUMMARY- of its stubborn nature, it is ,Soatth ow e roIn*t" wamn old enough to play wont.
wu. rye s tt --0 often called incurable. This et at wdso e up aunmalnezes
3m h sMpa ,or -rc d t ttrue.Them OOfsil e dthnce a that ad her fa rand murse&t hM priest
,..-a on.- -.. is not true. There is oe oo, who wnt to Uve I the hoe which
s- o-"W .. medicine that never fails to .to or room. showed that the church thought thee
~A we su- .m-* a. check the nervous spasmDI s .C and got" ad Slow. now, was sothling it, else why shuld a
a ,n *-d newSaia to With every mm n this life below, priest go sad live In the h ?
stra to ts e oand give new tont thething of this world sare a eetag sew. "One day when rp was out
am a e or te cave. the entire system. -Madis. C.wein Saturday Evemi nPoat. alking she came s ree some Uttle
tW e 11m1 t slew. M O little l bad ad sooys who were steaig a black kitten
gaa.th e p ave. thategue uheereon-e "y O eCOell 0 0e to kill It, for evybody know. that
wa iam6 its. The dactm hea t blac k cat belong to the dev. And
7wsspo.w : IN GRANADA ";h"er s"
reNO& the t disown Nowe isbe s IeAraphtta ran right i ns &me the
ie t sm the arttist. ti,. It took frGs btm to elect a cAe. tones. and not me of the hi her,
nade fs t V etK 111 MaC Am r The Story the devil held his hand between her
We ,*a Ms ,wtersas. SB.fiam SpSinulles Ahild. and the toes ad she aught up the
the d other of aSoulles Child. devil's kitten and hugged It tight, while
i ,,- ,,,,ta- IT iIJAJLE ItALE WT*NN. the stoms fell at her teet. and the boys
e1mrtm "A &aIcst e.W ~.e I----------o cried out: 'Devil's brat! Devil's catr"
ws--u I i M an m- C "Pepita." said 1, e eemed to me
N- I "Pepita," said I. "do tell me a story." to have been a very ike, soft hearted
-10 n eav n eI "Senora Maria Madalena. would you little gir Too
svlike to bear about Seraphita? She was ee. b k es b to te deil, and
%l meer a-1 I,>I allays nervous irritation, born In Granada. That was 100 years im bhe had had any eol obe couldn't
amSrim.s.hhsud3ITUnM.,? stops spasms, restores di- ago. She was born in a high place. have taken ome a her ar m
so rms, I uon and mental vigor. Her mother was of a great family, and "She carried it home. and she used to
Its ad oSol by dol as m g ie. her father was great, too, but he was teed It, aad she had to hide It away. be-
e r never s ei. Dr. Mils C Ekhatl. very wild. and Seraphita was the pret- Cause, of core, nobody wanted to
as s t i thI besm ist. test thing that ever was born In Gran- have a devils cat around, and the cat
IB ada. Everybody said so. and her moth- would run and Jump Into Seraphita's
ad "S iht swiag. er used to think that the sun rose on armed whenever she came ear, but It
along the bottom for a distance of three the east side of her little bed and set on would fly like mad an Its hair would
Smiles and had then taken her out tc the west. all stand on end when say me else
--e-ama. Just off the entrance of the porl "The days ran merrily title Seraphlta came around, which shows. does It not,
lf ILO d the water deepens to 1xU feet. iand it was 4 months old. Then she died. that something was wrougT And an-
sM & of was concluded that she had betn c-ar- Her mother had so much heart grief other thing showed that all was not
SHI T U A F A riled Into this basin to be buried under that she lost her wits. For one whole right with Seraphita; the priet began
i the ooze. The commission of inquiry day she sat, cold and still without a t teach, and she cleared taster than
-- i lose its labors much more befogged tear, and then she cried aloud and be- any child should. There was an evil
or f o1r at the finish than at the statt. and it gan to tear out handfuls of her smooth spirit that whiepened the wd ds a toe
Cg M01, tby C. B. Lewis. was not believed that anything further black hair. and It was a great pity, for her ear, so that she did Mot have to
S0** would ever be heard of the craft. Noth- her hair was black and long and glil- study.
Si g ever has been directly, iut many tened like satin. Sh,. was called the "She had power over horses, too, and
ft M r years since the marine things have come to light to still fur- satin haired. But she forgot how It she just put her lUp to a horse's ear
IS at Valdivia. a port in Chile. other tangle the mystery surrounding beautiful she was. and she would not he would turn and rub his mose on her
Sthe gaer surrounding the tf. her. A )ear and a half later and as eat anything or even sleep. face. You we, horse have sno oul, and
OW i aet eiehc dearer than it was the far to the south as the mouth of the "Two nights after Seraphita died and they knew that eraphilta hadn't any.
SW after It oe rred. At midunigt gulf of Comcovaco one of her boats was lying as white and beautiful as an "And, besides that, she always looked
" do* ea ralny night a Spenish was found floating. Its gripes had rot- angel, with wax candles at her head very old and grave when anybody was
am.-s-war named the Huafa and car- ted from the davits and freed It. This and feet and with a white flower In her near, but when she was alone in the
q a mew of 400 meentered tihe did not prove the position of the lost hand, her mother went quietly into the fields or In the woods she would laugh
y st d.ew peed, latending to anchor Huatsa. but It satisfied many minds room and sent the old nurse who was out loud, and they could hear her talk
WIb hal a mile of the wharfs. Of a that she must be drifting southward. watching over Seraphita away. Then with the birds, for she knew bird Isa-
sold he was almost lifted out of tine Three months later some of her boxed she closed the door and threw herself guage, and she would lean over the wa-
s aen canted over on her beam stores drifted ashore on the islands, on her knees and prayed so hard that ter and talk to herself or to the ishes.
a nd W gmething was felt to scrape 400 miles to the south, and six weeks her prayers could not get up to heaven. Oh, It was true, she had no soul!"
0M ber whole side and keel. There after this find and still to the south for they were more like curses than "Well. what became of her'?" 1 asked
V= Un-at alarm throughout the some of her cabin furniture was pick- prayers, and, Senora Maria Madalena, as Pepita paused to emphasise her
V6 t h but before a single man of ed up by a whaler. This flotsom was It is not good to pray like that. One statement.
wao below could reach the deck without barnacles, proving that it had must not send up prayers that are not "Sie grew up so beautiful that stran-
e Reami tarted turtle and went not long been afloat. It was concluded fit to go to heaven, for then St. Peter gers would stop In the street and look
dwna I 00 bet of water. The suction from this that the Huafa was still shuts the gates of heaven, and the at her as she passed, but of course ev-
anuied d&wa all who were on deck. creeping along the bottom, the play- prayers go wandering up and down In erybody soon found out all about her,
M 4at that whole crew only 14 men es- thing of the current, and the last find the great spaces of air, where there is and then they would not look at her--at
e@Wt with their lives, and among them made almost settled the question. A no one to answer them. least they would not look her In the eye
W mt m ingle officer. They were second boat and more wreckage were "The devil, who is everywhere but In -unless they had a charm on."
uB aMeged that the bows of the ship washlt- ashore almost as far down as heaven, came to her and asked, with a "Do you mean that she had the 'evil
- sudaenly lifted to an angle of 45 C1' pe Horn. and in the bottom of the very sweet voice, for he can use any eye ""
dlees and that after a few seconds boat were six Inches of liquid mud. voice he likes, 'What is it that Seraphi- "*Oh, yea! Why, she could make any
wintwasted to port, and they beard This must have accumulated as she ta's mother is praying for?' one have bad luck Just by looking at
Ml Mapplg and crashing of wood a ud floated or crept along the bottom of "'1 want my child tack. I want her them, and she could make lower grow
hb.L the sea. and the chances are that the in my arms that are so empty and my and blossom and be more colors than
It wva at 2t believed that the IIna- boat did not drift above 20 miles after heart that aches so.' any other Bowers. She knew she had
S d hd e&k and run upon a submerg- rising to the surface. "And then the devil told her. I do the 'evil eye.' for she never went any-
4d wreck, ht after a vain search for As to the accident in the bay, It Is not know exactly how he told her, but where or visited the sick or the poor,
generally believed that the vessel be made her know that he could give though she had plenty of money. She
struck a large whale which had en- Seraphita back to her just as she had used to send the priest with food or
tered out of curiosity and that in his been. with her rosy cheeks and her clothes. You see, she knew."
pain and fright the giant fish had hove black eyes and her pretty black hair, "And what became of poor UIttle Ser-
: ? her up and then flung lher on her side, which was going to be like her moth- aphlta?'
Sbut as no whale had ever been seen in er's. He could do this, only be could "Why, you see, when she was about
the bay there is room for doubt. Wreck not give her soul back. She must be 20 years old she was very Ill again, and
or whale or whatever it may have been- always without a soul. she lay In a trance for three days. The
\ ^ fr^->j It was the cause of one of the gloom- "And 8era)hlta's mother talked with doctors wouldn't go near her, atnd her
--- lest tragedies of tine sea. and no one the devil, for her wits were gone, and own old nurse had died, and they
M -:-'- _* -- _" -- can imagine that Ill fated craft slowly she did not know right from wrong, couldn't get any one to take care of her
-- creeping down around the God forsak- and she promised anything If he would ti finally the priest sent to the conVent
en point of land which men call Cape only give her baby back to her again, tfor one of the skaters. She was a very
Horn without a sigh of pity for the even without any soul. And the devil good woman, and she went to the
skeleton crew that mans Its Iron decks. very politely said he did not want any- house, and. creepaing on her hands and
^ ~ Imperfec.t digestion and asimilation thing to be given to him. He was glad knees so that the devil could not get
disorder conditions of teto give the child back so long as she hold of her, she went right Into the
Im n dio w .onditon ,J thdid not ask for the soul. room and prayed all night Her pray-
H the system, which grow and an' cou- "And then while the mother looked at ers went straight up to beaven, and she
I tirn!ed by neglect. Herhine give tone to Seraphita the pink came into the ba- prayed that Seraphita might die and
the stonmach, and causes good diges- by's cheeks, and she smiled, and then, that before she died her soul should be
s was vouo FX rLOATlOe. tion. Price .i*0 ctu. Dr. J. M. Jones. because her joy was so great, the moth- given back to her.
J t sontrUi the Idea was er cried out loud, and her voice could "And. Senora Maria Madalena. just


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MILLS TRANSFER CO.
Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Oftle, Bostou Barber Shop.


Phone 77.


S. MILLs, PnoP


J. A. EIICKSON
Has opened a harness shop on North
Beach street and is ready todo first class
harness and shoe repairing. Will shortly
have on band a full stock of new harness,
but until such time I will take 'orders for
same and have them sent over from my
DeLand shop. All kinds of musical in-
struments and strings, and sewing ma-
chines and extra parts on hand.
Tear Ptatnamg loS llsed..


N. ERICKSON.
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
at reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue. DAVTO.A, FLA.


E. E. STARKEY,
ARCHITECT,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
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W lFul supply of all kinds of eetrical
appliances ad supplies always on hard.

smdlm Attdon to Manet Work.

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Seabreoze,


Florida.


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people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
time."
WE DONT 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.
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are honest Paints for honest peo.
ple. They cover most, look best,
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cal, and awys full measure.
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Local Oveaflow. .


ji Gaider mw as up from Pome Park

: ftR ob so- of Win. LAndeay died

-L 'fmeb *Tlo fWbor rter. Sam-
MW.s. R. HB.. Holb rmHil.
Sbr. 8G. MOrdB s be.M at Omnom d
-tp st week dolng professional work.
u r job print ring up 'phone 18.
W eas ilt you on both primc ad

F. F. rrison returned from a visit to
fib amat easDrOWV, am reports te
aM In goo condition.
SLVP. ield wil pot his dredge on
4 dask mt week and have mew
dheig put on the bottmDorit.
2m to Mr. ad Mrs. E. L Shear,
be yiMay of last week, a irl. The an-
dW whombut th esedeys old.
S 3.. Harris, the enterpring and
gi tog a~A took a smemsei
Shtettnew DeMpland Hotel Tuesday.
Wright has sola her mlninery
SrA.Id aves dMay for Ohue. Cove
Rp wabetsshe will muake her future

MinYiolet McCoy entertained the fol-
l bring oe ladies from Daytoan at
Sher oy Hll home one day last week:
lb UMs Wicking, Miss Minnie Roger
t Man Johnson.
Us P. Ballongh Co., are putting in
t pblmbingin S. HR. Gove's residence.
ai d ry also have the contract to do
o plmbiing in E. N. Waldron's. m
home m llO gewood avenue.
5. C. pher, manager for J. W'
h& Ca., e electreian, has j;I
Si te wirht on ths Rash ands
Su k I mdi and has a number of
| pte for Immediat* exectlou.
M We' Crerm Vermnifuge not only
= y expesle worms, but is uon-
S q as d atoaic,amd is a certain anad
m t caet for cill and fever in
| rL PiWesS5 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.
t Mms. T. and B. Willets and Hugh C.
Ab. thos gentlemen from Maitland,
a* arrived Oday night with the launch
essmabmowSavasah. They came in-
del to Mayport and from there took to
t es sa. lThey are quartered at
ehmidt's Villa.
What among human ills are more an
| thl an piles? The afflictions that
|1-t active exereime are bad enough
= to that makes even rest miserable
in wone. Womn are among its greatest
na-Hr. Tabler's Buckeye le Oint-
meat will cue the most obstinate cases.
Prices O eas. .n bottle, tubes 75c. Dr. J.
U. Jams.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thomas and
da ghmr hlft Thursday for an extended
S vit with relatives and old time friends
Ia C~ao, Milwaukee and other Wis-
ueam itids. B U LitAagton will have
mshae of the bottling works during the
of Mr. Thomas.
DeaM Beats, Otterville, la., saves:
w hIad asthma and a very bad
blju I could t no relief
1 an a modftes I tried.
M I took Foley's Honey and Tar. It
ge hmansediter relief, and done me more
d thman as the other mresdi corn-
buMDL" r. J. M. James.


Prditive Baptist Church, Midway.
tm o-day as e follows: 9 a. m.,
esdl, 11 a n Yomumg Pople's
IM ig, topic, Predestination. 8 p. m.,
eM ineovemant meeting. 7:30 p. m.,
mSag the Lord's Supper and foot-
wemsg. Everybody is invited.
Isywrlbw tired? Does it fail to do
Sdu4t? If so, don't tlect itecall for
p A few doses of Herbine may save
Y"a psEp of sickness. Herbine is the
I.set liver medicine. It cures
dfemliver. Price 50 cts. Dr. J. M.

UiN Aim, ofMatIland, is a good
-iaofh Oranag county boys. He
shatsel years old and weighs 190
PWh-. Beeamsup to join his father
S 110 i SY Mr. Albse is ao of
l ames who eae around from

E Iatsshesaler of modern times is
1a for cute, wounds sorms
MedasEhsin disease. It is guaran-
Us no substitute, Dr. J. M.

Ed, wh is stop "Sg at chmidt's
has hbm making some good
with e sod and reel from the
dk during the last week. Mr.
[ 06M i *mi I h anmd Sechmidt should


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Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.


G.P.BalloughCo,4
(BetablUbed 1862.) 0
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING.
STEAM and HOT WATER
0 HEATING. 3
LOMCAB IN MAWONic BUILDING.
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S Sembreee. j

fletcher Wilson w-nt to .Jaksonville
Monday morning.
Marion Bruce has accepted :a position
in Dayton's lumber yards.


Mrs. Leonard Gill returned Tuesday
OT'S ARM INJURED. from her visit to New York.
he little / W. Herndon and wife, of Sanford.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0 are the guests of Seaside Inn.
Pattlrson fell from a swing Wednesday
afternoon at Mrs. Mclntyre's place. dis- Col. C. C. Post made a flying try to
located his shoulder and breaking the Jacksonville the first of the week.
boase of the arm about two inches below The foundation for the steel draw on
th shoulder. Doctors Brown and Van the new bridge was laid this week.
Val.ah woe called but did not ueevd AlMrs. E. 11. S-andi. of Jacksoinville. is
in restoring the dislocation owing to the visiting her sister. Mrs. Fletcher ilson.
break in the arm so near the dislocation. 0'
A telegram was sent to Mr. Patterso Jerome Burgman has amumied the po-
at Cocoa who arrived Thursday after- sition of "devil" in the Wilmans Publish-
noon bringing with him the family physi- iug Hoiuie.
elan Doctor Hewitt, who, assisted by C(. F. Birgnaan returned Sunday from,
Doctors Brown and Van Valzah, suc- his outing in Tennes.ee and is looking
needed in replacing the arm. Mr. and very healthy.
Mrs. Patterson and Doctor Hewitt re-
turned to Cocoa, Friday, with the I ,us .lohnson took a aJI'rty to the Inlet
tpas ato. Cfro:!. the (larendon Inn Thursday. A
general good time is rlpolrtted.
Foa WHooPINO CorGH. Mrs. A C. Barnett went to Jackson-
"Both my little children were ta.en vilie Wednesday for a month's visit with
with whooping cough, "writes Mrs. 0. her daughter. Mrs. Win. Hall.
E. Dutton of Danville, III. "A small Mrs. A. E. Grigws. after a pleasant r.F-
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar cured journ in the. North, has returned to helr
the cough and saved me a doctor's bill." i pleasant hone, the "Rivr Vi0w."


Dr. J. M. Jones.

IT IS A HOWUNG SUCCESS.
O;Monday the wind came up in sufficient
quantities to enable E. J. Mills to give
his beach yacht a trial. It carried four
persons very nicely. The machine has
an eleven feet spread between the front
wheels and is sixteen feet long. Mr. Mills
thinks with a stiff east wind he will be
able to make about twenty miles per
hour.
For bicycle repairing go to the Halifax
Cycle Company.
Frank Sparks returned Tuesday from
an extended visit to New York.
W. W. Hunt was in town this week
in the interest of the State Fair.
Father O'Boyle was up to St. Atngus.-
tine last week in attendance at the
funeral of Bishop Moore.
Those. W. Carter of Ashboro. N. C.. had
kidney trouble and ohe bottle of Foley's
Kidney Cure elected a lIerfect curn, and
he says there is no remedy that will com-
pare with it. Dr. J. M. Jotnes.


W Port Orange P 1

Mrs. Laetinger is in town staying with
Mrs. A. Dugger.
Mrs. A. F. Since has joined the com-
pany of cyclists, having purchased a
wheel.
Mrs. F. 0. Sparkman and children are
visiting relatives in the western part of
the State.
0. I. Pitar, representing the Pope &
McLaurin Co., of Jacksonville, was in
town Saturday.


Ex Mayor Green, of Ocala. and Sidney
Whaley. a prominent miirn-l.hat of the
sanie place, an- guests otf the Breakers.


Mr. and Mrs. E. I'. Portler and three
ughters, of Cocoa, are spending a few
weeks on the beach, the guests of Seaside
n
itor Johnsou, ot the DeLand Sup-
plement. came over with his family
Saturday andl returned Monday. His
family will rennain for several weeks at
the Breakers.
The Internatii'al! Srietntific Assoc.ia-
tion has It-eii 'onllensetd ito ti e
Wilmans Publishing Hose., and the
office has been moved to rooms over the
Department Store.


Large atidinctme are in attendance upon i
the Sunday evening s.rrivrem at Sea
, Itnee t Methi list l'i i.-,p;ial c.huni. The
nimeetings are einlihveni.l with good (o.i-
i gregationatl sinrginig. ''i Junioir Ep-
worth Ieaviu of this church is IdiinKg
sotue excellent work.
Those who live on faris are li ab.l, to
manyiav accidental cuts. burn iand bruises.
which heal rapidly when BIallard's Snow
Liniment is promptly applied Price 25
and 50 cts. Dr. J.'M. Jon-s.

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SOrmnond.

James Stanton Jr.. \\s oi hire last
week visiting his family.
Mrs. Wingate and daughter. Miss
Minnie. are away visiting friends.
Miss Lucile 'arnell went to Daytona
Wednesday to take a music le"-son.
Ralph Kingi will arrive ni-xt week with
a crew of tnien to do r,,epair %\\,'rk on the
Hotel Ormnond.


Mrs. Alexander and her daughter
arrived from Berresord Wednesday and Mr. De Pass was a ga'.t at the hotel
are at home in their cottage on River I touina Visiting his swns. itnd elrewached
street. lat Sunday at. the trmond Uniih
Church.


Any advertised de-aler is anthorised
to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter,
ecsema, pike. sprains' scalds. burns.
uleers and auy open or old sore. Dr. J
M. Jones.

TAJBL f Mo TIDXS.
Week beginning Aug. 11. 1901.
MOnH 'IMDE.


a. m.
Sunday.............................. 4:42
Monday............................. 5:39
Tuesday........................... 6:29
Wednesday ........................ 7:15
Thursday................... 7:59
Friday................................
Saturday......................... ._ 21
LOW TIDE.
da .......... 1:46
Monday .............................11:42
Tumdsy ........................... 15:26
Wedommsy 1:11
ho.y.......................... 1:52
Friday.............................. 2:: 1
Saturday......................... 3:10


'. M-.
.>:56
6:45
7:31
S:16
8:59
9:39
1 1; 6
12:33
1:20
2:044
2:42
3:27


Our pastor. Rev. E. W. Butler. hits
mother and nephew. who are visiting
him this summer are li\ iing on the bea,'h
for a fe.w weeks


Holly Hill News.

The launch "Tolnmka" took a party of
20 to the Inlet on Thursday.
Mr. Quattlebaum on Wednesdy
caught a 14 II,. liass from Mr. Carter' I
dock and left his line out while carrying g
home the prize. andl whea returning.
later he caught another hiass which
weighed thirty iKunds. Fishing in the
Halifax river at Holly Hill is pretty >good
just now. M rm. Ellenwo\v l. \who is ,It
Mrs. Carters. caught a four pound tiout
on Thursday evening.


At about 3 o'clock lon Monday morning
a fire was discovered in Mr. Cave's Cigar
Factory. The back door was open but
the smoke too dense for Mr. Cave to res-
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**I H Otel oquinl a, Eist Coast of Florida.
Hotel Coquina is situated on a Iluff directly ov-erloioking the ocean. While it I
offers all the delights of the sea-shore,. it is tonly ten minutes walk, or five minutes
Iy horse car, from the orratl. groves .and paltlu slaileil walks ,on the hunks of the
Halifax River. It is two miles from the railro;', station. t-ing connected with it
ley hiorse-.ar. Beautiful \\alk- a;nd dri\,es. i.f-.\e if ljinlti. oranpge. and rare tropi-
cal fruit. atveinules eof oleai ler anI pa;I ineI 1.. |;i\ % i. inii. I I rf-li thing and finI,
fishingiI. 'I'he tcliIIt iti de lilghtfitu til aI hi.i.,I i in ,a '-.. oet r workk or Itnerlvous
prostration.
Will open about the flr..t of .In,.'. ii% \\ ill I. .i ; Iosil ijn toI take care.of guests
after May 10th. Sumnmer Rates s2 ""'e ,l;\: Ss to <12 pler wve.k. 4 I
For further information alre. I -. 'AT I'IITESON, (Ormond. Florida.





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Atlantic City, N. J.


Near Beach. Write for Booklet and Rates.


Lewis Kennedy & Son.






OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.


"Savannah Line."


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to New York. Boston and the


East.


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH.
SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE


Four.


THE PORT GRAMPES CARMTD TO Tt M
Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, vaf y
cut the bunches of grapes into small ak ets
tance and fill large baskets holding near o
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and Hd
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off inm sin
ged winding paths and flights of steps to large vat4, -W6
are mashed for wine. The soil containing a large am
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Speer's Port Grape and Burgundy Wines
are made from the same grapes grown on an eastern mountaiop
in Passaic valley, New Jersey, the soil also abounding in iron
the real Blood.making, Life-preserving Wines of the W I
-the old, original Port wine grape of Portugal. No other n"
equal these for invalids, weakly persons and the aged. None put
market until nine years old. FOR SALEs Y Druggists and Grocers I
Also the P. J. Sherry, Burgundy, Socialite, Claret vin. 88, aa
Climax Brandy vin. 1878, all used extensively in Hospitals and ammj
the Medical faculty as the best to be obtained. The unfermsntj
Grape Juice is extensively used in New York churches for communi~
service..


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
lina't Se.rvi,.,. Ilet\ee
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
('aling at ('har!.-s' on Biitit Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound .. ......... From Lewis' Wharf,. Boeae
Northbound............... .... .from foot Catherine street, Jaekaav u eU

CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(l..B;,.ry Lin.e)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STPPI' N AT P.I'.LATI'KA. ASTOR. ST. FRA.\IS. BERESFORD. (DLA.'D)
I'I.lE Sl'I.;S N Il Int -rtiediate I.a,,lii.s on O ST .JOHNS RIVER.
i COMMENt IN; SATIRD.Y. M.AY lIth.
STEAM E "H. G. DAY,"
C' P'T. W. A. SHAW,
IS APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jackseaville................................Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 p. 0.
Leaves Sanford............ ............................Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. i.

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

A.. C. IIA(;ERTY. n t Pias.. A ent. F .. If 1\ I\.l N .IR .. F. P. A..
19 State Si N.-w York. 2 1 \V. .t l;y -i ... ; k.,onvilk., Fla.
THOS. I1. HA.LEY. Local Frt. Art. C. 1. .LOVELL..iAst. Fl.1. S.|,t..,
Foot Hogan .t.. .Jlaksoinvill-. Foot ,Hogan St., .,Lck..oiivilie.
JNp. L. HIOWARD. S'>,.rintend-nt,
F(ot Hogan St., .Jae.ksonville.
THEO. 0 EAGER, W'I. P. CLYDE & CO.,
i n.i-i. al M;i:nage.r (General A.gent,
Chlie'aebioutigh Bail.linr. 19; State St.. (Pp[.osite Battery Purk, New York.

Any


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W'. A. BEA DER. Proprietor.


THE FRANKLINTYPEWRITER












Admired by Educated and Influential

Men.
Whei. such men as Ben llrrisi i. ,i.li trial writer of the Timew-
Union and Citizen4 of .J ,,ks ,vil;. I 'i.. ;i l .Jlihn N. Rogers, County
Superintendent of ti he 1 iar' i of I:. i;irati ,4,f .tianlersville. (G .. do
voluntarily del *r ll'a the Franklin to ., t ift*. i most .renti.al and dura-
blel of all st;inlarl inal ;i,' -. ; .. ly wo l! use n o thlwr,.
then it must have .~ ** ,- .hi. a ritiiin is visible without
lilting 1 i,.. arriagi 'The. inii--. ni-.i iimi e that a child ian
learn it. No trust 'mnibin.' (-oit l l ii,- Thli.;f, i Vyou ,nl
bu. it for 7-75, on terms To siit y,'r i, ',:. 'ik.
Good .second-hand FrltnianJs fiir ''. and uiipwiirds.
Your inquiri-s by mail. or in ili.ieri.n will re .ive courteous and
prompt aUttntioln.
General Southern Agent,

E F. BUnIPUS,
No. 27 New St., Charleston, 5. C.
REPRESENTING-
CUTTER-TOWEIR CO..
173 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.


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-We have the nmes of at e a the f bf bw gR AB MnI
9ft..m In this town who are akera M
r r b au s peandw at FEWER STEEL PENS USED. e Mutton, pwea n
PIERSONALITIES. tlg to see as bo-eed. We are In love e it rir ost hI lib
I Mar Dav the only sur- with the Job and 1 t n to hold r to
I.v=r of the 16 brothers and t rs of to ad I, theia Ie atpedyineth" wter-Tip
h n S a recent of a ittle d mending fences we will doff our m s "we have soM only 13S
hr" in Michigana hat to him whm he bxs us on our bach Bk. ateumb
16.5kwPettus of Ala'eama always __I maIM. bndk. would noteel piPigswFootl......d.e..e. 12
affeets a brilliant red bandanna, the Mr.3. B. Willams.ou o esteemed tel- to me the sles of p af tillonly7
sinc the days of Thurman. sta Fe. N. M to open a palae of stocks of them. This, I think, is due to W
sSanta Fe N. M to open a palace ofno

Mr. James MacIvor. the librarian of the advent of the typewriting machine. OR R ISO N
am o the mo accomplished wen of some houses they have a system
She will f the late C. P. Hunt n- chines. In the county register's office 0
M e thate the only property be all the records were for years kept with 1
Sl lr to a um i n M R p Mis WasJ I pen and ink, but now the copyists em- Io 1 1
wg elto in t ealn ppertiso wsa played there are compelled to work *
t property typewriting machines. Deeds are cop- b < Pa S. emg A eo.
Sled into the record books with the aid I _so
an Ha apaaw nk regular appearance of the typewriter, and the copyist of to- ___
S ter a with a pink creation to day has not the political sinecure he C
S1e1 e the same habit had a few years ago when any school- i ----- -u --Ih C
tt the te Smar Brice. who always 1* boy was competent to be a copyist in t
j-* B AlRS-ritt er. ft da h the register's office. Hundreds of box- N i
M -fal r Akla dr Alberto da -eha ^es of steel pens were In use there In
S. M. the African expl a .obut now they us only T
L. Ha m berm April 30, 1846w Aad OLO about 1 per cent of the quantity for- 1____S_ ______
Srphy. n drinks. We have found him merely required.
Sra s e h. a square man on the deal and a connois- "I would not be surprised it witOf
ar at e ols has rewarded the sur on drinks, and we wish hi all the next few years several pen manu- all '^ 1
Son" d.r-i.and wewish, ,,,..llb all the
Vf Wain atbea fseeupon him by property In the new field to which be facturers gave up business. Few pee- .al II 1the.
-by m i pty OnaeDw.Hlsote oewanr bl going Hetsomethngofa liarpleknow what alheapa ofn bother h toandbu u b o h s
" by and knowe p emay liTtloIt Is to hmak aen run. it e p P t i tos ake as pen o
sqp bodyphyiin these are faults which can be overlook- t the steel Is first rolled Into big ope
mg p. Tih.ome hmonrary medical sheets and then cut into strips about 0nn
edbin almost any community three inches wide. These strips are an-
I *. L 3S er, a well known to We understand that Lawyer Mos is sealed. In other words, they are softly
* 4 and chemist of CalM- te g difrent parties around towh heated to a red beat and permitted to from-a 11
. VM d day in ner.that we t threatened his life last h on- cool very gradually, so that the bri ttle-
S b I a an eleetlytk day. Whut we did do was to visit his D is aUa removed and the steel is sort i bb bi
Ut4 Q atCtI Ore0s which I$office and hold a gun on his chin and enough to be easily worked. Then the w-06 -- -- BN a Z .
s m10m I smer s in this con- warn him not to pester us with any strips are again rolled to the required Liver i e C on.
Smore lirebel suits, but no threat were thickness. or rather thinness, for, as er
SM ichel J. Bulger., who died made. Indeed he caved In so quickly you know. the average steel pen is not Pe byAM F.MS .
S day at Ddeville, Ala was that no threats were necessary. We thicker than piece of letter paper. ---- ---------- -
O ~ ving Cmsederate veteran, have nothing against Lawyer Moss "The black pen is next cut out of the
t miM yms age. He ledthefight and hope he may live for a hundred fat strip and the name of the maker lab J. TL
Ma sesteem at the famous Mont- year yet. stamped upon it. Then comes the .- --- -- -p -.
i 7y Memnlm ieand when defeated -molding process. The pen is put in a SOO O D I. T .,.
Sn wl to the south. ed We made a holy show of ourself on mold, which giv es It grace and SCHOOL BOAD DO GS. Thom pson, .
lW se th ParFis Fgaro. who Apache avenue the other day when a strength. The rounding enables the
IM aeas tgned remarkable stranger got the drop on s and held apen to hold the requisite Ink and to The VolusiaCounty School Board held T
Sm e ral European politics revolver to our ear. Yes; we knelt distribute the Ink gradually. That lit- its regular monthly meg Tusdy. Hih raloring a specialty.
In e The beaere of the pseudonym down as he commanded, and we re- tle hole which is cut near the end of All members present excep Mr. Davis. Suits made to order for $18 and
was M. Iu Vatirey, who left the dip- peated the apology he so kindly word. the slit also helps to make the Ink run Mr. Chandler was made president I po up; Pants for an upwards.
l e after the fail of the L i l for us, and we expect to lose 50 sub- properly and regulates the elastleity tem.p;4 and upwards.
jmsea er in tefalloftheDe scribers by It. However. welbad rath- of the pen. Up to this time the metal The m lt of the ompiti eamine- laad Repar at M Re
P M f hi. wr d er bed a lire editor than a dead Idiot is soft and leadlike. To make it brit-. Teve a- I I t O M10 R
mlaw wIho will shortly amar- When a man who means shoot gets the tie and springy It is te mpered by being ofor f esh olars pina the .ateT
V l Csf I etesford, sister of drop on us. we are his mutton for the heted to a cherry color and then sud- Normal School at DeFun k Sprin wasC
SNI oft Waterford, has for time being and don't propose being laid denly plunged Into -old water. But it reported by Supt. Fish, ad the scholar. Cottage ve., ear of City el.
m p beenranching InTexas. away in our own graveyard. Is then too brittle for use. so the tern- ship was awarded to Miss Mollie Stos. DAYoNA, FWUDA.
THE the marriage the young couple
S o tl Texas to make their home. y paper of the steel must be drawn. The It was agreed that the school board
Am to Texas to make their home. The editor of the Lone Jacek Banner elasticity varies with the color, and would p the county's proportion of P C CO U N T
Mr. Aeom Is a yoeage brother of the call" us a liar In his last I issue. and each color Is obtaed by Auddenly po nt l ineia l
I each color Is obtained by suddenly the county line school at Astor. P C C OU N
1L t cHeld and is now 3 years nto mtes that we don't eare to met plunging the pen into cold water. Then Mr usey w nstructed toremoBOOTAND SHOEMAKER. r
him face to face. We shall be In Lone'follow theslittingpolishingpointing rt
om ef-Pt.IIet t Kruger was in i Jack Monday afternoon. and If the slittin g polishichng, pointing the desks from the school houses at Repairing neatly done. Cottage
Jack oa y afternoontandte and finishing, all of which Is done by awAv., ner BeaAh ., Daytona, Fit.
Par sme at his warmest admirers Ieditor of The Banner doesn't take to expert workmen.Junita Braddocks to Seville. Ave., near each t., Dayton Fla.
S sewO g girls, who used to! the woods half an hour before our ar-I "But the price of pens has fallen The following appointments were F.
S r his window and cheer rivaL and remain shivering among the greatly of late. and, as I said before, made: Fo s m yo- Tar w
N Mhi way to work. Kruger's bushes until we leave., we will pay over in the new century there will probably Clay Branch-Fannie Woolwlues. I i gap
Wedding ft to Queen Wilbelmina wll $100 to any charity be may name. He's be fewer pens manufactured and mor Cle Water-Min I E. Hawley.
bea timle eagravedl with the figures a squirt gun man, and we've let him typewriters put to work."--New York ea ar- Hut,.E.C--ey. .
t a member Ot thso seamstresses at live on Just to bother the files. tt -taHno oseCrr Daytonre-da Hunt ad'yas Cursy.
W er ..U.n sun. Lake Helen-Janie Bennett. B a Sb
The IaInan uratlea Date. Spring Garden-Nellie Mann.
T4E TROTTING CIRCUIT. y u as. Opno- The proposition to change the date Ormond-E. G. Wood. DY $ PEPT IC IDE
Do you mean to say that you hae for the inauguration of the president Emporia--E. L. Adams. The grete t eaM to DIGESTIM
Thi @0 yMearliag pacer Gordon walked all the way from the town in from March 4 to a late date in April Pierson-W. A. Rush, principal.
t Sbe tmued at ima. O. which you last payedr has received the approval of many em- Sea Bree-C. W. Peters, principal. LEGAL NOTICES
W*usA si.4 2 Willbe prepared for "Certainly." answered Mr. Storming- in ent statesmen and Is invariably re- ew r a- 1. e n .L GAL NOTIC S
0 mile tracks next year by ton Barues "I always walk when there vived when the splendor of the Inter- New Smyra--Mrs. I. A. Bennett.
eu Scha m w, Warren, O. tIs an opportunity. The trouble about testing national ceremony is marred by Hawks Park-Annie C. Horton.
t s owned at the drama oftoday, r, that It x-igoro l weather, a condition likely to Haw Creek-Tulab Townaoend. N~ ICl l-, M
M11fSht b erowned at Joes-o btAe It known that ar eodths after the aFe-
o_ t posts put In too many hours over prevail in the e aly days of March. Appointments were made for colored la#lo of this notie soo t era
1eb8a y h .s 2:1wn par- dull, reosic time tables when they Aside Lom this consideration, It is urg- schools as follow': caner d. Ion sal oa Vto the Coun. a
S wn a trialought to b e meditaUng on Shake- ed th if the Inauguration were post- a oe. EB SCn Coen, o an lo Vousa ate eno G.
^he .Sm DI tona-Jennie E. Bowman, Susan Florida, for my Anal d andaioefa uima or
Im iat, th Syearold so m of speare."-Wasblngton 8tar. poned. as suggested, the short term of Pickett. ter un et of No Haines, be- i
M~talk 2*18, tak a scored of2:19% at where was congress would be extended nearly two DeLand-Oliva Pierce. I hl present a r ml my
There e months, during which much Important -annalhacodttpr a sd eak for such di
Sa. m., he was driven by a boy Bighter-Yes. sir. i'm dealing in business could he transacted by that neville-Texas Adams. c..W t no .
St l aser drivs In a race before. gilt edged investments now. body which must now Ormond--J. W. Wiin. Dayton, Fla. Apl .
& T5. eat, rankln O.. who Bttton-What are they lack of time.u w or The report of Supt. FIsh, which, by the
SIMr s a ti nk4s to Nicholas a in t o d mines. There's mo- The wisdom of the "founders" in me- way, was the latest thing In the way In Justi rt, wh 7a Co .
eUSA e hr the 2:10 list of 190L Bitton-Yot're right. I lost a lot of lecting such an inclement season for of an offeial report ever me in this w. D. Da Pa,. Plaintiff )
ait o Sg tin a" .ew addition my money in some of them.-Philadel- the great national event Is challenged country, having been copied by Clerk Defendent. DO
e st I J J I byon of the "dhoft term" would have its Jordan's book typewriter, was presented To Chester Johnson. defendant, and all
Sm UI G A. t frthy. het practical advantages, but constitution- to the board, approved and forwarded othr whotm tayconcern: urmet ba
511$ M s Wml the fe0rth beat of la tAm Pet B 8al changes are effected very slowly, to the 8tate Superintendent From the hee ismed In the above-uamed case, and that
M trttlag at Marysville, Cholly--Ole chapple, why don't you The propriety of a change is earnestly lengthy report the following st5ietes a rop tr js y o thmeand ute eno rid
have a pair of these rubber heels put discussed after nearly every tnaugura- are culled. I eed. ow. unles you apyer before G.
.H.Ater. 2wd-t In now the a oo shoes? tion and then drops out of the public There are 39 white and 16 colored ti a eetn DIstr e of Volusia County, Ctu
t W. H. Anderson, Kenipt- Fweddy-It would be too much mind for four years. One of the prets- schools in the county The averm Foi o or before Sept. 3, 1101 judgment
at d will be driven by W. H. trouble to keep them Inflated, death dents, William Henry Harrison, died tendante per day at the white schools F w.D. DPn
vhso ap to be tne oly boy.-Chicago Tribune. from a cold contracted at his dnaugra- duri e pdat yPe w 1,1; olo Ars, Plaintiff. or
ags lnterettas, guIshed victims of exposure on such schools 613. The total enrollment of O EA.US
fitel Walter. South Bethle- "Did you have an interesting literary oecaslons.-Philadelphla Ledger. white students was 1.608; colored 788. OCEAN HOUSE,


Shis pacing mare meeting. AlceDuring the school year, $16,842 was F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
we 2:l to AI ori. by Aller "Oh, yes; every woman there was A Remarkable PiastoL paid to white tewaors and $3,86 to
DL Wht bas a fBlly Dora workig on anew patteJ of batten- The Zurich correspondent of The colored teachere.-DeLand Supplement. $2 and Upward; Special to
Milk S 8 years old, by Boreal. ."- aapoll Joura Lancet writes that at a meeting of Regular Boarders.
Ot OW r St that is entered In the Zurich Medical society on Nov. 27
iat atertle.-Horseman. imeemplete. Professor Kroulein demonstrated a selflla, ., writeAs: 'Iw MYRNA, FLOODA.
"1 suppose Peckmant I happy, now loading pistol which is creating quite
ITENS OF INTEREST. e ha a handsome wagon." a stir In army. circles. A man who hd an obstinate sre on my facc which
n IW n OFNTEREST. eIdon't know. What bes n s shot himif wih this weapon was ad- everything else failed to heal. After A L WT IONI
alato complete his hapineusgs a naglegs mitted to the surgical clinic with a per- one application of Banner Salve it began 1 I
4sM k a kay e a rtiona. fe."- ladelphlaBulletin. forated skull and died soon after. The to heal and after threw applications it
*I tagi s a war on rats In or- s Leak. necroscopy reveal-d a most extraor- was entirely healed leaving no scar."
U' to Smtal a visitation of the dinary power of destruction In the bul- Dr. J. M. Jon.s. We have 2pc picture frames for.......... 11c
W4 bhl e plague. During the let, there being quite a network of fis-
- 1 a the m icdpallity of Colombo ngt sure in the skull, besides the small Mens suits from $3 00 up.
ohm smpaAd the death f ori. -ft wound of entrance and exit. The Ger. .. *-r. hto '5e and 1 00 kid n,


thei mS SeCalled begasse which
h haft der the oar cane has been
GROW ed as amend dry of its sac-
atae matter and formerly was burn-
d nd got rid of as a nuisance is now
-d htr the masteacture of paper.
Tb llves Ia Paducah. Ky. a blind
am e who can and does place laths I
O 09@y and driv the nails as truly !
M W orkmaa gifted with igbt. He '
up his own scaffolds and does as I
Mb w iork n a day as any man in his
T m east bill for darning on rec-
0 US be preMted to the French
OMMOt for payment when the
AW Tf the Mate tapestries, Just
b hI ce ,plteed. There are 90 of
m vWlmb arsetic properties, and
At uem 4 ntusria them wm approxi.-


Traveler-Get on, man;
up your nag:
Driver-Shure, sor, I
heart to bate him.
Traveler- What's the
him-is he sick?


get on! Wake
haven't the
matter with


Driver- No, sor, he's not sick, but It's
unlucky he Is, sor. unluciiky: You see.
sor. every morning afore I put 'im in
the car I tosses him whether he'll have
a feed of oats or I'll have a drink of
whisky, and the poor taste has lost five


mornings running:-Punch.


man ermv au.thor.,itioes.It I.n sid.in-


Thle famed J1essamine gardens 0f P'asco)


tend to introduce this destructive ou wil hibit t the
weapon into the army. The simplicity
of loading is such that 120 shots can
be fired in one minute. It seems a A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, lud., had
weapon admirably adapted for cav- to get up ten or twelve times in the night
airy forces and mounted infantry.- and had severe backache and bains in
Boston Globe. the kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kid-
Meaurlmng the Earth. ney cure. It's guaranteed. Dr. J. M.
After nearly 30 years of constant ef- Joies.
fort and the expenditure of nearly
$5tX0.000 scientists have succeeded in
accurately measuring the earth. They r
have Iarned that ts dia neter through
'be v, :| ~r ha..-,is mC iiles aidu its
height ljii '!I pie, to pir 7.'1' miles.
The" c '.., t herofort. I.s a, tlteled at
the p, ,-'. ., :1i wt l .iL. tL hiP tfl t ha:s long *
bt,,: -- .itedi the actual measurement
has removed the question from the
domain of double
Jame.4 William-. a man of color, from:


Surlua rf t a t Jacksonville, stole a oat from the lobe
A co t C'otling Store yesterday morning, and:
ottlin C m r was nabbed i the at. He wastaken


,* Unw 0 ac ran L w aIDU
........................35 to 50c
collars for................................ 10c
Imported Japanese tooth brush.........16c
Toilet soaps........................................4e
Cloth Brshes.................................... 15c


We have bargains only


Cleveland, Pi-nre and Rambler bicycles.
sundrie and repairing.



Smith (B Son,

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hicaso, on1ly, "muunn smwto tp fm oe ear le.t aohme.
No. --DAY fi(*irM*eL&Wb sv wi
.rough simper Atlanta to'St LMiMl at
hicago.
Al CORI des"puy awsud aMbofmL car Bom @esesasi.
9et pamses nas t e = Itojamnsme mye o w M a w, rn ar WMt a 3m,
VALTM HAW1a33 Gea'l Agmt Traas D1partmait, JaeksoevN, F.l
J. C. HAna, Gonera PMiner Agmnt, Savanmah, Ga.
Z.H.E Loim T beMihne wr, n


pLANT SYSTEM l

The Great Through Oar Line fromFlorWM&,
CON N SECTIONS.
TheAtlantis Coast Line, via Charlaes.ou,n


Th A The Southera va. viar. Aeata MUd
10v (V TIN TheLouTflt av b ashievia
W est The ouas ft. vial Aml
Th b & O N O IL IL As I ,g
E ast v~i',& .w .....-..__. .
1'^ j Via Savamhen ad Ocea BM lip elBpawm
O THE QT New York, Phaadnlp*it ad *
Via 8avs and u aoan MimeTs
tatiom compesy for Baltimore.
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA .
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP C
o Nova Scaustn Cae Srdsmad -_W ,-- do Vis_ !-r-
ada. Atla.ic and Plant Stuahip Lim for aslh, Haa
lotustown.
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS '
ill be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southersa
11 Florida resorts via the Plant System during the smaon 1900.1901
turn until May 31st, with liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addremes of parties in the North sent to the ndserigned wll hI
applied with all information and handsome advertising ma ter.
For information as to rates,slecping car reservations, etc, call oN, or write t
. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St4, JacknsvvI,
'. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pasw. Tra
Savannah, Ga. Svameh, a .-
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IASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Rty.


Western & Atlantic Railroadi.


'DIXIE


FLYER ROUTE"


UBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVILLE,
CCININNATI
and CHICAGO


irrying through Pufilmait Ieetibule
Lou is without 'ha nge.


Bifft& Slaew-ers ckmwnilleto St
choice of Roue..


* information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, wrilteo
E. HARMAN, Gen. Pas Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt,
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Temn.


DULEDAL TERAIE


Pan-Americaa


Exposition,


Buffalo, N. Y.


lay i to November i, igo1.


The Seaboard Air Line


Railway


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

Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Equipment


For further information write to
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.


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