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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: October 12, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Da1ytona. Florida, Oct. '-1901-
Daytona, Florida, Oct. i, 1901


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the patiot. "Evideose gained,"
as f matest., "chowed that
a Wuninhw of peusapplied and
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inMr to their spcic eae. To the
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* eM a mah day, aho did coudiderable
Sit-ry work. Grating that hbe was a
-ma of eaegy, the authorities Con-
dg wubd e uwtterlyunmable to and ft
e ,mlb "to even make a pdeteme of
J ftspecie sad individual thoughts
t al her pamtiete, on account of the
SoadanM number ofhours in theday." To
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au a time as esy as one. Without
-r in to the merits of the iocaled
sdile, sespt o far as deception was
mpneed rupom uniortunates induced to
take tak treatment, the oficialsdeclared
te scheme t ea i d." Mr. Fred D. Per,
mgptor of Florida, left to-night for
Ionrida.-' ime Union and Citisen.


The Plant System will sell daily, until
October 20, inclusive, round trip tickets
to DBualo, either via. Cincinnati, Ohio
or Washington, D. r., at $33.10 from
Saelonaville, Fla., withil trasit limit five
djay i each direction; good returning
days from date of ale. Bound trip
from other points in Florida are
by adding one fare to rate from
Vlli, which is P33.10.
the Plant System has elegant train
apsise, and the qauickest schedules. For
Ietc., call on or write F. N.
Di.v io Passenger Agent, Jack-
B. W. WenB, Passenger Traffic
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OF LA TEST TO ALL

Jda Stewart was over from D-
Lamd ht Satarday.
Bejaamin Mason arrived home from
the West la Batunrday.
Dr. Geo. K. Walton was down to New
SBmyr a oaprouasionlsbusiness Monday.
Geo. H. Foote and family returned to
Daytoaa from Cleveland last Saturday
and are now occupying their Ridgewood
homde.
Dr. and Mrs. C. I reeley returned from
Mount Clemeats, Mich., last Saturday,
lad me now occupying their home on
the peninsula,
Commissioner T. L. Rodgers went to
DeLaad Monday afternoon to attend the
regular monthly meeting of the County
Commissioners.
T. M. Doyle, Florida passenger agent
for the Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis By., was in the city Monday in the
interests of his road.
I Look out for bread, pie, cake and
cruller wagon from The Cheap Supply
Grocery, home-made bakery. Listen for
the gong Tuesday, October 15.
OW'Dr. W. E. French, the veterinarian,
has returned to Daytona and resumed
his practice. Special attention to dentis-
try; office at the City Building, foot of
South bridge.
Sheriff Froneek, of Dade county, passed
through here Sunday en route to Jack-
sonville for a prisoner. He secured his
man and went through Monday on the
homeward trip.
There are several vacant lots abutting
on the most prominent thoroughfares
which would be greatly improved by
cleaning, and we trust that the owners
will take notice and act in accordance
with this suggestion.
Landlord Schmidt, of Schmidt's Villa,
has been busy the past week superintend-
ending the improvements which are
being made throughout the house for the
winter business. The rooms have been
calcimined and many of them newly
carpeted.
The Eustis Lake Region has been sold
to E. L. Ferran & Co., business men, and
W. S. McClelland, banker, of that town.
Rev. L. D. Geiger, the former editor and
owner of the paper, retired from the busi-
nmes on October let. Success to the new
cement.
^The ad. of the Bennett House appears
for the first time in this issue of thel
GAzwrrr,-NEws. This house has just
been built this summer on the most im-
proved and modem style. It contains
twenty-one sleeping rooms and has a
bath room and all modern conveniences.
The summer has about ended, and
winter will soon shake his frosty locks
over the land. In Florida, however, we
are exempt from the severe winters that
are visited upon other sections of th.
country, and now that we have learned
how to protect the orange trees from$
cold spurts, we have little to fear.
Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday
services: Preaching by the pastor at
11 a. m., subject of discourse, "Dark
Days;" Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Ep-
worth League service at 7 p. m., con-
ducted by the young people; midweek
prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7 p.m. Board of trustees meet at 7 p.
m., Friday in the church.
Revo. M. S. Stocking and wife stopped
off for a day's visit with Rev. and Mrs.
J. B. Hawk, Friday of last week. Rev-
Stocking and bride are just returning
from their wedding trip and were on
their way home to Miami, where the
reverend gentleman is pastor of the M. E.
Church. Rev. Stocking is the youngest
Methodist Episcopal minister in this
State, being but 24 years of age.
Last year the Seminole Company, ut
DeLand, harvested and worked into
starch over 1,200 tone of cassava. This
year they have a promise of more than
twice as much and will handle over 2,500
tons. They have made many extensive
improvements in their factory, and can


handle twice the quantity with only two
or three additional hands, and have put
in machinery that will extract a much
greater percentage of starch from the
roots.
Bullhats are protected under the new
law prohibiting the killing of certain
birds in this State. Senator Thomas
Palmer, being consulted professionally
by the shooting editor of the Tampa
Herald, gives it as his deliberate opinion
that the birds commonly known as bull-
bate are fully and completely protected
by the last Legislature, and every man
who shoots one is liable to a fine of $5.
Besides nobody ought to want to kill a
bullbat. They are, perhaps, the most
useful bird in the world, living as they do
entirely on insects of chiefly a noxious
character. The Tampa Gun Club will
not only discourage the killing of these
birds but will see that the law protecting
them is strictly enforced.


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I'WAWTm-Young white man for
delivery wagon..
D. B. Matheson was down from
Ormond Tuesday.
Dr. W. E. French was up to Bunnell
Wednesday on professional business.
J. B. Parkinson's addition to his
house is now enclosed and has the
roof on.
Mr. Barker's house on Ridgewood is
about enclosed and begins to show its
graceful proportions.,
Benj. Mason has been up to Hastings
several days this week looking after his
agricultural interests. 4
Wl"Moore Bros. have the best 36-
inch brown sheeting them is in the mar
ket at five cents per yard.
Dr. Edith Brush expects to leave next
Monday lorthe- Pan-Ametieam and other
northern places. She will sail via the
Clyde Line from Jacksonville to New
York.
Mrs. Susie Gray, one of the HolineMs
band, died Monday afternoon at theGar-
land house, on Palmetto avenue. The
interment was at Greenwood Cemetery
Tuesday.
A letter from W. Roxby conveys the
information that his son, Willie, is very
sick with a fever, and it will probably be
some weeks before they will return to
Daytona.
A. R. Harper arrived from Gainesville,
and is looking after the musical mer-
chandise which is for sale at the Roxby
building. lie expects to leave here about
the 15th inst.
John M. Flemming, traveling passen-
ger agent for the Seaboard Air Line Ry.,
was in Daytona Tuesday and favored
theQAzETTE-NEws sanctum with a very
pleasant call.
Mrs. C. M. Johnson started Monday on
her journey to join her husband in Ha-
vana. Her brother, V. Vuillaume, ac-
companied her as far as Miami, return-
ing the next day.
Services at the Primitive Baptist
Church on Sunday as follows: 3 p. m.,
covenant meeting; 7:30 p. m.. sermon,
the lord's Supp'r. and foot-washing.
Everybody is invite. l.
H. E. Mann. of St. Paul, Minnesota,
arrived Sunday afternoon ani is being
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Des-
pland. Mr. Mann has been the guest of
the Desplands for the past six seasons.
ar. and Mrs. W. M. Moore arrived
home Wednesday. They have visited in
Baltimore and New York during their
absence. Mr. Moore also attended the
fun-ral of the late President McKinley at
Washington.
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at the
Seabreeze Methodist church to-morrow
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The regular
sermon will be preceded by a sermonette
to the children. Sunday School %will be
at 2:30 in the afternoon.
rThe Stanley House has an ad. in this
issue. This house is still under the
management of that popular hotel man,
S. H. Moseley. The house proved very
popular last season and it will no doubt
receive its share of patronage this season.
J. W. Wilkinson left last Sunday r
New York. He will return by wa of
Columbus, Ohio, and it is expected that
Dr. E. L. Potter will return with him.
Roy. P. Barker is in charge of Mr. Wil-
kinson's office during the former's ab-
sence.
H. V. Bracey, thie man that mnakee
mattresses, has an ad. in this issue. Mr.
Bracey makes high grade mossi and fiber
mattresses and if you are contemplating
buying any it will be to your advantage
to consult with him. Hlie also deals in
second-hand furniture and stoves.
We have been approached by a couple
of persons during tlhe week who objected
to our publifbing C'apt. Splncer's letter
to the postmaster-general. Our columns
are open to any commninicntion either
pro and con. regarding this Sealreeze
fracus. providing the writer's name is
signed to tihe communication.


John Y. I'twil'r came up from New
Smyrna one day last week on his wheel.
He started back with a small sail-boat
during the high wind. and when about
opposite Port Orange a squall struck the
boat and genial John found himself in
the water. He managed to reach terra
firma safely and recovered the boat next
day.
The rolling stock of thee Florida East
Coast Ry. will bei l.Irg, !y incre:,wd this
fall. Besides tile i Baldwin hwomo-
tives which thie co.mlpiny will receive in
a few days. thl'y will also add many
freight cars and a nunmeir of passenger
coaches and parlor ar-is. The orders
have ehen placed and tih' new e-qiniment
will all arrive 1, i-n' ttin heavy winwt
traffic comment s.


In the case of tihe State' vs. Thos. A.
Davis which waIs tried in Criminal courtt
at Deland this we'k. Judt' St-'wart
filed notice of distuImalifie'.1ici and Judlge
Butts. of Orlando. was called to sit in
the case. Solicitor 'Perkins took it upon
himself toe chan-.' the charge' to "*nr-
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rWA xmi--To buy a large office
sale; call t Holly Inn.


l-A good assortment of cookies just
arrived at Rush's


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ENorman S. Dayton, the lumber man, Geo. Pollard was over to DeLand
has a new ad. in this issue, weed attending court.


W. W. Austin was over to DeLand, the
first of this week attending conrt.


W. H. Peters and family are expected
to am ve in a day or so.


Work on the addition to E. Dilling- J. B. Green has rented the Lowell cot-
ham's residence is progressing rapidly. tage on First Avenue, of E. N. Waldron.


J. M.Carson is entertaining his brother,
Geo. W. Carson, of Redlande, California.
Mr. and Mrs.S. W. O'Brien have been
visiting with Titusville friends during the
week.
o Mrs. Wm. McGriff came up from Miami
Wednesday and is visiting with Daytona
friends.
Eight new names have been enrolled
on our subscription list since our last
publication day.
w Freeh line of cereals and whole
wheat flour just received from the Pure-
na Mills at Rush's.
E. E. Starkey and Jas. Ballough were
over to DeLand this week as witnesses
for the State in the Davis case.
Manager Johnson, of the Grand Atlan-
tic, has been having his lawn put in
shape and beautified the last week.
The case of the State vs. Oliveros,
charged with arson, has been postponed
until the December term of court.
James D. Simonds has severed his con-
nection with Atwood's pharmacy and
gone to Atlanta, where he expects to at-
tend a school of pharmacy.
G. L. Burgess, of Woodhull, Ill., arrived
last Saturday and is the guest of the
Stanley House for the winter.
THE CHEAP SUPPLY GROCEza Co.
Mrs. J. M. Garland returned Friday
evening from her visit with friends in
New York. She has been absent from
Daytona about two months.
The time in which to make your prem-
ises presentable to the winter visitors is
short. It is well worth while to make a
good impression on visitors.
The winds of the last couple of weeks
have completely dried up all the water
left by the high tides and heavy rains,
and Daytona is now as dry as ever.
lW'Stylish up-to-date millinery at rea-
sonable prices. Do not buy until you in-
spect my stock.
Mis. J. A. DOUGLASS.
One of the supports in the draw of the
North bridge broke Monday and the
bridge was closed for a couple of days to
allow the necessary repairs to be made.
J. R. Ellison, the popular hotel man
from Ponce Park, was up to Daytona
Thursday to meet several of his season's
guests, who came in on the afternoon
train.
WI"New millinery goods just arrived
from New York. Latest styles in all kinds
of hats, ready-to-wear hats. street walk-
ing hats, and children's hate' of all kinds.
MRs. J. A. DorGLAss.
J. M. Osborn has just issued a very
neat book entitled "Daytona Without
Words." The book contains about fifty
views of pretty places in and around
paytona, and is beautifully printed in
colors. The price of it isflfty cents.
The home of Mr." 'ingston, on North
Ridgewood was entirely destroyed by
fire Tuesday forenoon. The fire caught
from a defective chimney and was beyond
control before discovered. We are in-
formed that there was no insurance.
SMrs. L. W. Spence died at her summer
home at Fon du Lac, Wis.. last Sunday
of heart disease. Mrs. Spence was the
mother of Roger Whinfield and the
daughter of S. H. Coleman. She was
well know in Daytona, and expect id to
spend the coming winter here.
Col. T. J. Appleyard, secretary of the
Florida Presse Association, at one time
editor of the Sanford Chronicle, and later
editor of the Key West Inter-Ocean, has
recently purchased the Lake City Index,.
and will again enter into active journal-
ism. We wish the colonel well in his new
field.
Mrs. Frank E. Bond ,'onuinues in a
critical condition at her hoe in Deland.
It is thought that she is growing weaker
and weaker each day. and that the end
is not for distant. Her sons, Messrs.
Harry and Don Morris, and her daughter,.
Maurie Morris, wbo were telegraphed for,
arrived last week.
Charles Kurtz, Volusia county's effi.
cent game warden, is a candidate for re-
appointment by tihe board of county
commissioners. As the members of this


board of discriminating gentlemen know
a good thing when they have it. it goes
without saying that Mr. Kurtz will be
reappointed.-DeLand Supplement.
apt. T. IH. Annalile. a well known
citizen of Ormnond, died Tuesday evening
of Bright's disease. The remains were
prepared hby Bingham and Maley and
shipped to his old home at Cambridge-
port. Mass., Wednelsday for interment.
Capt. Annable was for several years
mayor of Ormond and was well liked.
IT.. was 67 years of age.


M. M. Godwin has bought out the in-
terest of J. A. Douglass in the Halfax


i0'0C1l on Moore Bros. for anything
in their line and you will be treated
right.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Abererombie returned
from their visit to Ashville, N. "C., yes-
terday.
Mrs. E. W. Green returned to Daytona
Tuesday from her visit to relatives in
New Jersey.
Winn Rodgers was among the Dayton-
aians who attended Criminal Court at
DeLand this week.
S"-Wait and see our new lines which
we will be pleased to show you.
MOORE BROS.
Mr. and Mrs. McMurray arrived from
Marion, Ohio, yesterday, and are domi-
ciled at their winter home on Ridgewood.
Col. C. C. Post returned from Washing"
ton Tuesday evening. duringg his visit
to that city be called on President Roose-
velt.
J, P. Thomas received a span of Shet-
land ponies by express yesterday, from
Chicago. He is having a smail wagon
built for them.
Mrs Geo. Silvernail has twen indisposed
the past week and under the care of Dr.
Atwood. We are pleased to state that
she is now better.
F. W. Webb, one of the followers of
Blackstone, was up from Titusvide yes-
terday and during his stay in our city
favored the GAZETTE-NFEWS Office with a
very pleasant call.
Rev. Graham conducted services at the
Baptist Church list Sunday for the first
time. He will bold services regular Ioeth
morning anp evening from now on. You
are cordially invited.
S. W. O'Brien, of Daytona, arrived last
Sunday evening., and wili remain in town
several days, ts'ing engaged in painting
the building in whii.h lhe Emporium is
located.--Cocoa andl Rokl'dge. News.
Win. Wicking. B.'njamia Mason and
R. I. Wall expect to leave Moin.ity for
the Isle of Pines. lMessrs. Wall and
Wicking will return to Daytona in about
two week, but Mr. Mason expects to let
gone a couple of months.
Do not fail to attend my millinery
opening the latter part of next week. I
carry everything in the millinery line' and
will be pleased to have you rall and in
aspect my line, whether you buy anything
or not. MRS. J. A. DOUGLIASS.
Just as we go to press one gentleman
came in and paid two subscriptions and
cast 100 votes for Miss Elizabeth Silver-
nail in the Popular Student's Contest.
Remember the coupon cut from the G. -
ZETTe-NEWS counts five votes and tlhe
other conditions, which are mentioned
on the !ast page, entitles your candidate
to many more.
We are handed the following note by
one of our subscribers: "As a different
statement as to thie cause of insanity
which was last week reprinted in your
paper, we submit the assertion made by
Chancelor Hill of the University of Geor-
gia. He says that 'The largest single
class represeute'dt in the insane asylums
is recruited from farmers' wives, not
from Christians. asestatedin said article."
The pretty little city of Daytona over
on the East Coast. ever ablreast of the
times has come forward with a Liar,.'
C:ub. Other towns are organizing and
Orlando should not lag along in their
wake but should organize at oie.. It is
better that all of them be rushed into a
club so they could ie "'spotted" than to
run loose with no marks i whatever.
With Samunel IBaker & 'ci's.. "'-ursinz
club'" and a progrn'ssive liars' lubl we
would be right in it.-O()rlando Star.


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dressed young man. giving his
('has. N. Itiss.ll. of l'rovil.Anee.
uck town last Monday.evening. FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIACY,
nediatly sought Mayor Ludwig
e him a story to the' eff.'ct that CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
robbed on the train on his way
Hev wvnn d financial a.-sistamne Hllas a Sl-..t Stock of......
e him to gvt to CulIae. This the
turned mayor renfsd to give lLim, DRIl;S FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUIJanu ,
ed that if hee de-sired to, return t ,
e in ProvidJ.-n', he- wouio l:e.;'p COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
tell having a ticket from .< avan-
hat place., I.' a,-'ptl th. off-r Perfumery and Fancy Tolet Artes.
ted Wednesday o*,rning on hii.
ek it is presumed. Wednesday
the mayor awl several cthlers in tP
eived telegrraims from his folks
dence, stating that soimeone- had DR.. .. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during buiam
men that Itil s. wl as drow. in'l hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:80 p. m.
fax river. It is prp.-mnn'd tL.at
he on. who dlid the' tehlegraphinr -- -- -
nltives. bInt no ear s- an ilh as-
>r his stranw- actions. 11.. wre SC H M ID T 'S V II A *
form of the Providene, Yht : V
d wai the possessor of a hand- floated in the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in
Id watch and several diamonds,. e ,t nda no tiner rl-ation can be found in this vicinity. Durio th 0M Me
house has bwen enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south u, the oa ar
single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
FTONA GAZETTE-NEWS sunny esplosure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls ad rotudahave
pular Students' Contest. eieen enlarged. iBaths and lavatories have been added and eveth dcon ,r the


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NlgIy, 10c per Inch Each lsertiot. Undle Sam will look her square in the at home make mankind long for the era justice, shared with mortal. The un-
1eada, 1ee per Line Each Insertion. face for what she is, though, as she pre- of peace and good-will and progress for- knowability of any Good or moral law is
tends, death is afraid to treat her as a ever. The goddess of reason of Mental the heir-loom of ancient civilization to Special Atteltioa to Marsce Work.
uasieniations on live topicm of common mortal whose body will die Science and Almightines of the man and the church, and the heir-loom 6f cosmic
local tet llited. Anything per- even though her spirit survives. The woman of the French Revolution with imperialism handed over to modern se imBs dfot, Dagmym. Fi.
taiiglopeMrMs n ali mcs or quarielps Mental Science elixir of eternal life has a world license in their train, is a dead times hy the church. The free state and
N okbe iiLilex ecept over the
wdAise mepnd at our regular wonderful semblance to the church pass- waif beside the highway of human prog- a world of self-government by justice,
,adwetl*o aftis. port credentialed by the human keys of resm. Tramp. tramp, tramp. the people after the manner of the divine, in heir of Davtona Ice Co.
heaven and hell. wielded by an earthly are mniarhing into the promised land of the future. Triumphantly America set *s
ate tl PostodB at Daytona, ce-gerent of a divine omnipresence in- the unity of mankind. Not the unknow- @ail on the chartered ocean of an always Wx. Warm., Manager.
lorida.as Second Class Matter. finitely on duty in person for right if He able is the pillar of cloud by day and of and every, here of optimism.
is to pas muster as the God of the peo- fire by night to lead mankind out of the C. H. SPrENCER.
,l pie and equal justice to all. Faith in the wilderness into the everlasting Passover --
S y* Oc 12, 1901. all-potency of the man Jesus to opl-n the of man as hlie claims his temporal heri- LETTER TO THE LATi PRESIDENT.
doors of Paradise without the recipe of tage of earth and his immortal heritage "Daytona, Florida, August 22d, 1898. I
MBM MCE AND TNE righteousness in the recipient to enable of the beyond. The proof of God. of the lhon. William McKinley. President of the W
Shm or her to enjoy the company of the solidarity of mankind, is th- proof of United States. Washington, D. C'.. Mr. Made from Di.stilkld Water.
MH 01 TNHE WALL good as prescribed by con-ien,.e, in- man's immortality. Liberty, equality, President:-When Secemion came. I re.--.
--stead of longing for the flesh-pots of fraternity, is something more andl some- ognized thet America had no basis of so-
I fAZzTssr Nzws: ., Egypt, may be declining, but the somer- thing better than the Christendom told cial order to hold free society together. .
Whether loolb iould be filseeed as a sault of Chrintian faith to anitrrhy and tale of an A'mighty thug who will not Thle victorious sword on the battle field
NOWr of legitimate education in tlw its migration from the cross of self-sa.ri- consent to make pea-e with th, balance of Civil War needed to be supplementedl
Aie*, aad legitimate business in the iee on Calvary, to the money making of his children until Hie has U lain His by victory on the battle field of truth to aglgnosi AvenAe and Rail.oad
Sgaggfi what the postal department | cross of gold of City Beautiful. would be eldest born on the altar of his own self avoid the uncertainity of another appeal
aITe United states Court, at Jacksnm- mediievalism of thl, unknowalile gone to ishness and bedazzled a universe of tears to arms. M I LS TRA\NSIFE CO.
l-elwiealled apon to decide. Is it a eed in a twentieth century of hunimbug. with the weird conmedy of the all-ein- I registern-d a vow that I would not
Amaimalmalhaman right and duty to be Chiist's miracles were local.confined to bIra.ing tragedy of the fathli-r of gods and stop until niy country had'what she Haulsbgaie, fi*ight, et,..
esilt beaMe, fonrooth, mortal is ig- the hem of his garment, walking on the men committing harikari oi the cross needed. I went over all science, philoso- rates reasonable. prompt service.
noeaml and credulous? Ifso, all the waters. or the impingement of his hu- through the instigation of the ever-living phy and religion, ancient and nmotern. Otti,., Boston Barloer Shop.
law s agalIt fraud should be repealed: manity-lovine hand. but miraculosity devil of pessimism. Lilwrty, equality, and all forms of soN-ial order, past and i'ii :i, -77. s. .MILLS.. PI'orP
dto troagmt and the cutiset intellect wholesale for profit at the dawn of thile fraternity, is the fatherhood o0 iod and present, as well as tlhe socialistic proa0.ts
IokMbe allowed to take all his cash twentieth century, slopl over into Asia. the brotherhood of man tcenintd .to,- of reformers. 1 analyzed the si-.i.ntilic
ltum g weakling by hook or by crook Africa. Eurole and America. L.ay not gather by tlw s-lf-govritnifit of equal and ev.kesiastical methods of dealing J. A EER ICKSON
n iheao hgal check or fligious scruple. up treasures where moth and rust do liberty .ind justi(I to all in the Almiwhty with the supreme questions of liberty, D
Tis is sati-paternalism with a ven- corrupt and thieves break through and self-govrnor of intinite duty infinitely truth and justice and human a.counta-
gaMne. More, it isthe new gospel of no steal. Lay all you have at the felt of itilhfld in thle infinite uniformity of ttn. ability. H.i a bi hlot of, Harness. Collars. i
' od or moral law with more than a the wholesale trader in the elixir of life. t.st posliiible ltaw of rn-sponsibl, liberty 1 found that the irrepressible conflict lA-tlir Strap, and Parts. Just I
pret or clergymen, or agnostic weien-, Iet the sun and moon and star- stand throughout thle alwvay and thi e very- in society was owing to the non-dellon-
tht to make the worne appear the better ; still. Let the myths of science and re- where. i ho never deserts his post to play strantion ofany absolute ground of moral. n-.**ivel Hlti..;.1 an< ,wards.
in amnarehy of human opinion and ligion dance a jig before tlie tlIrone of tlhpeltty part of a Itbuffoont ionl thhe boards that is. social obligation. That this New.>.wving .1achinis for $141; and t
Goethe'sMephistophelekswould the latest and minightiet exponent of thl- of thel paltry tliatre of thi -chunnh. wl'her; ,vil wais incident to thlie incomplhtenes. upwads. Iean funiish li vou with C
S M" the luxury of doing good upon unknowable with occultisni minted into saue plri\ileprd parson or priest poim- of s.i li'c. philosophy and religion, all
tOwlimes. Every man for himself., and Ishekels. iet the walls of tlhe liloeri, piouiiy girds th. ms.*rIl rtlls ofth, law, | tlhr, having btn Iunlelh to verify tltlir aliv kind ,of nt i' w\vil ll i4" dl8take the hindmoMt. maybe the lat- .leric-hoof civilization fall down Hi ti lie hil front illthri'lllli. llollsli i'shili' ol ; 1t t<- first plritiipile byv demonstrating the
S de 4Afition of American legality and trunplet of City Ileautiful blares its n.-ifin l iii\er.?-. in to gratifyv tlhe knowabiiity of the universe as an ,rdnr d(
t according to Mental Science. mighty blast of miracles duily autli Ajiret Sr ado b had a camlhor bag. cated by the lbig aign of the liternatiola \ t le'l.s ti, ke s olf havt-'n ; ti lhll iintr, justed to pringrer-ive huliman lili t.
ag S headedMcane, and the tooth of a Association of r-invce, as tlie wite scaris Ir n. amtil] oist ot<-l- ove.r thi.- hln!s 'liilih nd ja.ntini-e -
caM-i-a i Mit to turn the corner of of thle New .lerniusalem of Maianion aid of.,iiii,.ighed i,..-s t rd of thle viln'-- I eXilini,,d thle formula of modern ID,- N ERICKSON
gi ed without lnterferring with the theMancahwofanon-thy.yhailall th, crv.,.s ilitr.i!tl ll th. si.s i,,ilpoliz.dl ly ino.ri.y givei to tihe world d ly Lo.(.l
holy moneybae monopoly ofthepriests. andphihdliphies and politisanddotor' hi. it rtes. and I uau and .ffrson. 1 found that Cabinet Maker and
The ader spirit of science enchews nostrumns oil the high was of hniiiii Th. .lpp;rt lif'.li,0 0f theli philosoplihi,. formula oflllt Lol.ke. il Fancy Wood Worker. l
pirdemexceptat the end of the irol of opinion nnd condense an.d con--ientrat h- ti,' 1 t, himi;,i \\.,l ai'r mv,.. is t ll,?I 'iouss.-i departed from theli unknowii-
Olrg i a inquiry where they hang up for ; the wisdiomn of the ages ito nit,,h lhii tI-;' i li ,. ,,i f ulnion .l.--; v..r i 1 ility of tht.- al!l. (the ultima tiile olf s.,i-
lorpablicin e action theirskullandhbones. tuldes of mental tiherap- ti.s. U. 1I, .,l ,.1,;ili ,q t ,,Iit q it|nrt -iyi_ i ; tl i.,, i -.lit,],.-pilosop v an. n-.l ini,) in t hi- \i...; l, ,r a, t i, ,t a,,t .,.il h j%. I'i,.tnr
yof the Almighty in th e .rar o fw are0 tlar e t l<-h t Md and bleIss i-el lhr i!.- 1-.,l- i.v,. I,, i!ii'-.,',,v'. t. iino i; kil or \, ii .. \ kin s ,
sOv e lg ate y of universal death, in lthe ers. It is i to sltr)ious >.1u!,i ili,.\lii >: l i!,Ib n of .ii. ', .V. "ri,, 1 r10 :1l lwv t > Ibe ti. l,.,ii it t lit :, u np'ie :iIs .r41. I4, l, i ni., ,li,.i h ,i, t,., 2 ,
evo lutio and dissolution of the all. wheltlher allthe, alp-. >lel of .l s isav ,lo,- l '. lin,',, C o ,-.1 110 .i ,'. V.0 0.: ,i- ,,, ).. T.v. "i*R. ll 11111 itni' ',ii ,l:2 s -i|l t n 2,, .
t t ,;- I I a t t -4 1 1.11 l i t Ii ii 'i l'. i
w e lly to defli ne with theinfinite exacti- tors' t tpl .ill tl e I MIt i of ,lii-i-t isil *l\nit,.l in lt.. !(.\v.. with I!,.t liclit l.,n ar. <|l. i4iial o..111r li.,its .i, riv i1. ih It
ti d l the auknowable human liberty by time Africnn and Indian wiii li ,hin. ,,,i...ii,-,.ain tii).. t---ii il-lu .., \ ith- .11' tloo \,rs iifroii th, .oi.t'ii ol th, i nt .\ n... ID\VO A. Fi.A. 4
S <- l l-.p. lil.aty. lSovereign death, the lfthle wihi f0rt-. '.!. t i i4hty ri 1 i ;il .1 iho\ .lll#' th,, r,%li v .,A, r' plebirwituii ni onvrt. <1 ] Io
fae of all ,,e, the Absolute Nothing. ro al t h .r.. :tlr ,,,! atlt .,, ,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,ff.,.i i >< 1'raii into ,al ,npirv. *I L.A 7E
:6 omradle of miracles that ie.i a tail raisinr- of th0-ded.1l ,.aly as."1t l>.n.- 1itl ,.ihte,,, ,li,., h,,r, 1,1,11 ,wi Iot >l'-his.,iit ,dof the Sotithern Stit, .,Ea E AR K Y
-4 everiat ing miracuklsity in th un the cha.-ing of til- devil aroiil t l h II tI< anii-h fr,, thr,.>hl,<,!d lh n, ar i,., khini th F ,l,.deral Uiio.; 1 lt
Mm y ft n l proel io n of seem ing stunill o ( if l stilence al lIi flintllll lvy r ,'r- h |, ,.i t f,' li ,' i n ,. ,,)i: ; '..Ii0,]nini >ii ,' r .-.i iized th 'i et tiat iat ll I knoil \V- .\l 'll 'l-I 'T .
S t. ...e aborning from seeming its. would as tonish the in4ti\,.-s i,n th. it. ), .l. i1h, th, s.<-. i-1 il in' ;1111i1 ,'il. if. a ;old or an unknowable t i1oral] law\ i- (;I.:.1:A. C' NTIL( l DI
guM mlR M w ith a monkey- mn:n in em hank (s il the llilifalx. Sw .et a; .iol v nith th,; iiiii\.r s. iil,.i r :,, |... ,ili- i i ;tiin ilitlo nt t.. nl l,! l ll I .ltl-lH
iei, griaing out of the Absolute Water mixed with doulole--listill.ed h, lon,.. (P ,,,r f ,f the ,,. ulh an ru'f, wh.l,.s,|..is. T"'iijn ,ba.k to thel l.-,kc and ,u.s- 3,
.. fll sei sedl ll ith a sudden desire of anId a little of the prohil-ited i irit th t a;ft.r all. the tinfi 0 Ui-neon cious to come into existence cthas sorrowi are the philaintlr ,pih in- h0. a it pilgrinll, s t.i ,lll|. ilirh.4 I. ;inle. iI, l,"t".thl its failla .v,. If there is no know- 4
Wtolocato at Seabireee in the wi eral structions of ml-ntal therapeuti agei p, where eor she can peddle tlhe nateto ler patients to rvnmd.r ii,- (.- le.e 1 ,1.Ill t. ,. stii .l ofL 1,- l#.1 .1\. .itii, I ,lh- t. .iliniit lipir f si-ty. till t u. o f swi.ty, 'i t i if l s lirnish0..l grati'li-; tro!
teod
w rMtd e*k of miracles without let or pamlatabh to her v tiiinslm y eiijoiiiini l oo.- 1,,11 h,,,- v.i.|,i i,. ,,,l ,, i-,.iiit.l. n. ii n *', qll i|i;l in moral lawlepsne.ss .ll 1 I tn-!'. Will "h4.i..rfilly consllliilt w it ug
"Lttil e. lo rely Q o ience should h; lieve and 1 e savd in this worldl iy r' fr i o.h 0 il ,, .\il ,r itl h. nis. f,.r.. 'It"ini li. .7. to iniike andi bnak thi ,rsoi.s ,..-irii pllan.- .ii.. ..l ii,!iiir.
iit~l M ioftselfforhangiugine igy 16 1ttme thuts of human exploration eousi.,s.in thisorthe ixxt, t'. lii* W i llt,, i-iie,t nli0.,of lli,.nililier -.,r l,.-,.arnn; \;, o f \1 ,i'*M'> .l, spo isii. to moniiopol iei the
V at w s cracited on Calvary. There 011le all. to the wonderful foiunitaiin of ghli,,stly tri .,'rs \\],n. in il ,,. 0 nt. \\ u. iiniv.'rs'.. ,..1y h i-ii ai m n sit down in th".
ile ightyneed ofa miraculous doctor. heathh, youth vo iiai imnnortality in th, lire ,;t k,. -, k;.l -nk.-n*,, l :.i,. pl,!.**o*f Ilr ..1hl iihty ,justi.ie. "I'ilonI. 1 1.
Whether of the leminine or the mascu- i-t^v. Hysterics are not tlh> forte of tl e r ,,iry .l h,- i,.sk ,, ,, ,n ,i il..'i. l,\ I *lt.,'.0t.l the fl;l!;i0y of .1.-. ,
Ma giemier, i God idead in w ,nce anad ,,work. -he.l.-r l.v ti,,.. l.plll of ,,,,.,,,'-".t-. .,,,,,,ii, i,n,,, l ni,,,,;.,n,,,v \, in, ,,,,,'- ,'-r->,,s t., ory to ,,. t,,is. tli, it ;, (i,.,,l "' Seabreeze, Florida r
d dnl igion. r irtu ern iorer mhe ie is i h't o i a sn g ueed of well-filled pow ket- of th boohato pay the piperat the w ake and of anlenthronl.d m iighty uiiia i.iti i ,' th- l |, .,'.h, l,-i.l :i- l'i'.." ,;.;,rlh. w .tlh tlh,. *l in ,,-iitr it. thn i 'ii0. 1 od of thel^ .,,oil,., i te" H -
shdortor'sbillafterwards. 'leenly and moiv ..ngv than a>1 th.-); ;,,.. ,,m,,,,! |la .... Law. by th. liihu iformity of law in ii i h al h,
Jack and Gill went up the hill and kinisa ant llqu-Is noft plite prisn.,it ld tl'h-j ,i,,tit,.,n,,u in f!,.; i. t. know'ble f nonwealh of univer;
r os andi Jupu ter cametumllingaft'.r. put lunt|il d into No.1 >.f hfli'. tilh. .\ a, thei,. r nu.r:! ,,h r. 1"n... ili- 0f iil t.-i. trilth anil justi0. ; e # .
batdoesthedynastyof Olympus haulnt \lllwhoniman 'a.-. are lili.i ni Janiii lem*".*i,., ,|,,,i.; ,, a ,, i,,,.,,. it.l,... :, 1h,i. \\w h ny,.li ,ll avh l h i0,r.,.nomilri, .l.i,.,l i n
teIe thecach ated region of the Ilali wa'itiniigfor tlhx**irn to blegin wlh,.:ni lth, b ui dl,.e. ,,,.. 0, ,o .,.ia n Th 1.il1. Coini:.l ,h n-coinitiobii ,y Anli.ri.:,i ,i '
a K T a' itr-; w lalt he.al..r.sl|,-ll .\ill0,i\ iwlp tl it i ^ th l. ,i,,vii... 1, 1: m ii ,, 1 ,.. ,,"v if tl, ;.,i,, th,, l.'oplh. ;tndl o th, | ,>m- ^r
Mlll nl i l faith was the servility olf- whl i nited.tal^ te" is it :.w;!lh0\l\+ s.c.;.-; th,, th,\ l y ,_]|V fnrm hi- ,,, *p..0, i"- ie-i lth of universal lil...rth. tm t /
eM swem in diviae imperialism on th'lii. "t" b raz ""ii' Cit y I'; nutiful. l* ( it i-l ili" l ,,,itv ;i; ;,,tl ., i .t l,,i-,.. I. ,.1 a..,l j-i>li,.0, ald the tlr;nli.ti, fro ,,, a a
t Mim e lxpectest a fora rain of nmiracles 0if tlh Ep1h1esiil ans un fl its I li tifiil. .\ .ir ,n iil tlh. ,l.ukli,, > .it,1 I1., i l.>h-,. .'-,d ..rlll nion of :xped-.ii.cy t.> N.>-
todl mmu t lrht thagoodnean of 1hd a1 a but gr t.a ,r still ail ii. h n d ord.-r pot- ol lo :.\ 1,1. ind,|i.t i,::nkin l ;,ii 1 i..,t l ionalit.v of.lu.tie throw hil 'th.t sti iii>.irrntd J
*II -- t ile l*lr l toward ir .Iponi.|ibh1 Th. all gool o01. niv00r.nl. ii.t.,.. .. itb 1, .li,,h, .\'. lunll ,, Ii;,I o|, ,,| u l .; .lint o t lo he* pre.l ,nt Fed1,ral Systr. n ..f i i :l


pager overiffellaeot the earth. It is ivolllloo ii i ii .riiii ...,. ,, ,, ,1.. .i;ii.nt tuti l i in can fool all the peole some
ih -- de m of deenerate .lJudaism. h 1 l .i l i. lthion, ioi a d h **" f- i- I, .,ilh, 1h ,,-,! 0li t,.,, ,,, ,:,, ,,l wiih ;lei,..l powe.rs s.,.ich as I have of the time, and some of the
Qygl' forthes lvation by mira.-le uof s tal"" l c'slii 1A" i it-unknowllttle Ab- ,,,l,,lirth4,Ii i ,.itT -!,,iI- oTI,,, r ,,. 0i%'%all. 1 NI\\ill ialvm do. n you nlpeople al ll e the time; but you
JIllMlra againstBoman valor ;and disi- lth e N;tlihin titbt conifi 'll th t 1h ,,,iforniti.n ,f lh0. h4, ,," .,* ;ulty-ii ,, ,| l.t i,t. rIio,0.'- of human ,I,-tiy can't fool all the people all the
- i Itwa thellfow etfulnessof fifda-; evidentw lry .bs\ lutsoh s0- t i ll ii ; i l, 4i, ff11. 0. I.0 l, -. ,.n-,111hi llG,,.i i ,,,0 .1 ,. .i 00t ..f, time."
W al human rights and duties as. k, wallh uniiiv.r w ,ih i ki at!, .i,. :,.,::_,, ,1,1:%,':I .,i :, .*111 h,. \rp,.., % ith 1 i. 0.i,.t..I. ,1ow ; *,
t inag tbytherepublkc of Israel, nnd ofgr A"l 'f m,,rail ollii, ation i tiin,.. -; ,,,, ,, ,, i. I ,-, ,.l.. i ;. ,t,,,, imian t ;. a ,,,..h inr i lh,.. ;r,,rnan :, ts W E DO N 'T want you fooled
elln o0m on obligationoft l( anrd man ih'-giove i lit t, -ilsti-., -Iar.4 lh,, ;,h,,,, li, ,,,l,!,,ita,,,.li- .. i -, Iliilo l 4i. I hIll'r..,|... A 1t hoi,1. .o11 any of the timr e.
to ft peet themn and liberty of consit- -n.il. n l Artail!. 1rh,- .il't l o\ t.i y ox, t i.A of l:. l i: f, i. ,Alr l i,. l],. 1 u1 ,4 ,., ,, l,., i. 1l,, iu- "r ,,1 th,. -*tli il.tno1 il
bl e pta ukri t e sfyed to re volutionis lil t I m. n lan i vo i hl. p ,i n ,, n ,, ,'i M-v,., i- ,., .-.: of ih,. <',o,,, .oi pricedopaint w ill alw ays fool you.
Sd sedeges eracyytowardthe rlslponsible the ,oulilln fablt of ItI >I .h -4-il1 i. Itma l ,,o w eilw n f st,;put i,,i i, ,, th I,. -. ..., 0rob. 1,l. ,.o. ast Itcsts as
I o ( Ifand g. wi11611i tili ,''ii ,.lll" it:lilt li,,'iol,'., \i Ir. -l-l II -)\ f on but will not last. It costs as
'ha y of peace and goodl will amontint 'lc ste l *111 "1 1 -ri v .I-erll't 1i I practw. I lii,. I0,ll.\ -ili lliN -a'l t-. much to put on a poor paint as
own and everlasting progress toward a lid tihl ,iriil l ia ,,ild ,' f "N" i-' i t,* It r,'.-.,, itr i,. 1:1, ,' .iI-,-,.liIll,. i l ,.,,it- 11r4. ,i,; 1,, i ii.. ..... ".. I.i,.t. ,,i| it does a good one.
O n i nfin te exc etleai ce o f the C o mll i ,l- It-a ll l -ll- I *f*l- flt h .I. u., ,,a ,,l,: ^ ;,.-i,, i< i t ut.. ld- ito o o n e .pI
E t e-Commaonwealth of f universally la ila,' i.hih.Sna ,thl r nnt. ,,r 1 i ,f -, 0. !. ,,,,-,l, i i,,tl o,,. .if. 7THE
AM W truth and justice share! with 'i ilh0tIr. t h0. ,Indi th.- t h o I !h nl .; ,t*v
moIrtalwithout stintor measiir. exep tt th .4ll1t,. .\otnlHIE. "lnarnt,. ,, : 11 tERWIN-I' WILM
tdloe poa bil ty of gathering'manna Iy the u u h s arti ti ,f 1, 0,-! di- ," !, f i ,.., ,. ,, All, ,, ,t I ,, iT i! .: ,. .. ... .. .. l : u
td eoma on God's way of the infinit,. ,v..olt ion w h .t..,,Tv, .r hin i- i ," ii T,., .,, ., ,, ,AlA ,i, It i- i,, 1 :, ... .. .-, l,. TS
'0" 1 \ ll 11111,111 l ilt-' = A 168i4 0,;i i ,'1"11t, i I., IL"A-,, '," ,'l 0 1 v
-in o ityofthelawoftilstthlrouglihout "% lld lt Alslht t l ii .,,I,i Ill,, ;, i .... -. ,,,, i :-, ..... are made to fool no one. They
akawel u universe of optimism Nothing. ln .ation. univr>.al ,.,i\.- Th, Ii i,,T,, I I., o f !fw a; are honest Paints for honest peo.
t v enerable Pontiff has canonizY d t ,1 ..... '.e I ....v ,: 'tt ,, .. ;,,Ii,,;1 1!w 1' ple; They cover most, look best,
lhilome cy lnd as the warml-hearted tl.,l u>(.lu. 1"'r 1">1 ,,fl, t111- i,,,; *; i ,~ ,.., ol;.\,, ,-,, l ,1 l... ,,'i',,:l~l. ,, ra S r ote o o
t '*go, ,, ,,ofo t ,,,, r. ,, thl t I, i h .. ,., .. : ear longest, are most economic.
htil 'I 't,01,'. ,Of lib ltvty 11-1101 i and )1.1.i0 ,flilciil0iti ,i ilii 0iil0:I. iI \,L. and .\ .e-:r.. lys full,.:, ,measurde.~s ul me su e
allk n adivne te.ndernew the wind of .IIh;nl wi0h l urtal ill nw*,,01: to ....nG fl'th.- -o OLDBY
i adil vtiur Oi thdinl-t f ilhet wind flfoft! ,. I.,1!'b. 1, 1.- T -lfrth. li,,0,ll AiFl !- J D Y
W W al i ni matotthe sho rn hlamtbs Of hii toallibe. and it, h I ,e l rti blet0' il th,, 11 111;11 1 11 :4 t it.\ ;I VV-ill ,I ll 01 .1-,"ing h amit& Ma' l iey i" in-
seek. pn tao in, in the liel.",n ot ah~.a dt,'eft'f Ei~h nd. vrota'l a ,,l ,~.i, I,-.... ;'- ,,to, B lg am&. a e
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Olat"telW to the God of Christ in kinout ;lilit t" l thi. h.ldi.-l0lld! fa i"'r, i, 1.0 ,.. Shl,,..-f..l ,,!- f ..,1 ,.th. :I H EADACHE2c
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Time Table No. 8&. Is ie 9654. 1, 1901.


SOUTH OUND (ead Domwn.)


(aBd Up) NOwT l00JO.


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Florida East Coast Ry.


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Daytoma, Florida&


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Thme oasfr om Dpt om Block from Postoffe.


Temw-- $7 to 9 pr Week.


Daytona, Florida.

K. V. BRACE u m.U"== "AD
*I V.C MANUFACTIRERor HIGH GRADE
MOS and Fiber Mattresses
inr od Hand Frmit&Mmm d ItoFv
YowONuin OM Fmlt ade Good a NeNw.
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NORMAN S. DAYTON.


LUMBER
Fully Kila Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Pbome4.
Magmola Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (Wet of Postoffe.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

OL


SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES


Protect orchards, gardens, cottons,
arn. tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,
d all other fruits and vgetables from
the ravages of insects without the use of
poiseo or spray. Bend $1.00 for example
trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
COUNTY.
Addres J. B. BUTTON, Seedenan,


Ocaa, Fla.


ee local notice in another column.

WAv -- Yz'z&ui PamoKs orF CaAr-
mm- a good rptation each State
*mi this comuty required) to -
am and advertise old establiAe
Swinthy uiness.hose o olid oua8 i A
andi alary $18.00 i ekly w
additikNl all payable i cahb
W*MW ay dihet ft.m bead oase.
iuiamshed whenamc-
REnclose fe-ad-
oe. ~Manager,
re CaXton Chgo.


hBof its action, of cleafrt
p i w l .our of every worm.
eW Dr.J.M.Jonas.

M ElMML OIGIATED.

SThe dev was Ant "coaher." He
chii dEveo whnm he 'stole lat;" Adam
conb d." Whin ISac met Be-
tbdn at tmhe ww o@e was walking with
$p hbr." Sameos "struck out"
he beat the Philistines. Momse
a run" when he alew the Egyp-
I as. Abraham "made a eacrifce."
$prodigal son made a "home run.'"
MYld was a champion, "olog-distance
MMmsr," ad" Mom "shut out" the
pqllit at the Red Sea

can only feed the flame of life
tbe ood eaten which is digested.
will re-invigorate a weak stom-
d so improve digestion as to in-
t at pom of health. Price
!. J. M. Joies.

| FWIS KATH RATE.

'Sl4Wa's death rate, according to a
b1 b.n, i S.96 per thousand.
rate, according to the
'athorit, in the district of Co-
.85-mad the lowest in North

l I reported of deaths in Florida
to population, is unfair to the
as- qars the general health of
A very great manM unlortu-
eonme to Florida from the North
with both Seet, practically, in
They come too late to benefit,
u the Florida death rate is in-
d ifl percentage made larger in
of vitaltagistice. We venture
that with this etement kept
b teMorts. Florida would show


OPKIN GAME SEASON.

Now is the time to remind our sports-
men of the provisions of the game law,
so that they may help to carry out the
object of the law, which is the preserve.
tion of the game for future sport.
The open deer season comprises the
months of October, November, December
and January. No one is allowed to kill
more than five deer In the season, under
a penalty of $50 for each deer above the
limit.
The open season for turkey, quail and
partridge comprises the months of No-
vember, December, January and Febru-
ary.
The sale and transportation of venison
and deerhidme is absolutely prohibited,
but turkey, quail and partridge may be
sold and shipped during the open season.
Non-residents must pay a license of $10
for the privilege of hunting deer, quail
or partridge. This license must be paid
in every county.
In case of violations of the game law
the informer gets half the fines imposed.
It is to the interest of all citizens to see
that the game law is strictly enforced.

Thousands of the most stubborn and
ds cases of piles have been cured
a uckeye Pile Ointment. It
never ails to cure. Price 560 cts. in bot-
ties, tubes 76 eta. Dr. J. M. Jones.

STATE FAIR NOTES.
Leon County held a State Fair meeting
on the 21st of September. She will be at
the State Fair with Jerseya and cream.
Judge Sharon says, "Gadsdtn County
will come and that tobacco exhibit will
make you wish you lived in Quincy."
The general manager found something
thinner while he was there.
The list of exhibits Embry, of Pasco,
sends in will fill the tent.
And now old Orange is mad and wants
about a thousand feet to spread in.
Neel says, "Save me space; Holmes
County will come, 800 pounds of hay
and all."
And -now Jacksoir County will close
the gap. The West will be here solid.

Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency
and naam are all connected with dys,-
pepsia or indigestion, Herbine will give
romspt relief. Price 50 cta. Dr. J. M.

HOLLY HILL NEWS,
Mr. Chas. Harris was at Port Orange
on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carter returned
home on Wednesday.
Amongst our visitors this week were
Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Rand and daughters.
Now is the time togetyourpansy boxes
ready; our great authority on pansieshas
alreadysome seedsjust coming up. Pan-
sies am so easily cultivated, and of such
an infinite variety of colors, it is a pleas-
ure to have only a small bed even. They
bloom so profusely and seem peculiarly
adapted to our winter climate. Put
seeds in boxes and transplant when be-
twen two and three inches high. into
good black loam.

sFrom T Ocalj LvwntaIf ***ta
Of April 1st., 1901.


"We are indebted to Mr. George Close
for the finest cabbage and lettuce we
have ever seen grown in Florida. Mr.
Close is a man of fine judgment, and one
- -- -_- am -.il truLckrs in the


W IMH '
C. H. Weler Is In A tes week.
Mrs. Fox au daughter we up from
New arma Mointy.
H. Hough returned from his visit
to Pelasylvanm Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stewart have
moved into rooms In J. B. EHsky's
house.
k.
Mrs. J. H. King, who has beea vntbig
with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. BeaDer,
since last May, will retmr to her
at Dania, tomorrow.
J. Ingraham, third vics "pidet of
the Florida Eat Coast Bailway. was a
passenger on Monday's outbound train,
en route to points South.
Benjamin Calhoun, of Palatkaayoum
attorney, will soon commence the prae.
tic of law in Daytona. It is rumopd
that he will be connected with Captain
Spencerin businesta lan m.
It is reported that Capt H. F. Doeg-
lae will arrive today alcompanied by a
wife. We have b& emaM lto rn who
the bride is, but we jloh with o etof
the captain's friends wisBhing teeonple
happilne.
Edwin Kin, of Fort Lauderdale was
in town Moqdan and Tsads, and m was
entertained duritngb hist Iy Mr. and
Mrs. WA.. eDer. Mr pe setd
400 orange trees of Mr.Stemson, which
will be set out ia his grove at Fort
Lauderdale.
D. F. Morrison is movia his family
and household e-ote to his alarm mear
Barberville. His famLy has t been la
the best of health siues conmi h~a and
he thinks they will be much better over
there. His son, Mauri., will rmai
here and assist his father in the store.
The colored camp-meeting for the Day-
toa district of the A. M. church, will
commence, in Titevill next Thursday,
the 17th, and will cotlune for tea dma.
Very low rates have beeo ered. mm d
Titusville expects two or three thousand
colored people to be there to th meet
ings.

SOME SEAnEEZE SALMGHUL
T. J. Applyard from Key Weast on his
way to Lake City, stopped over in our
burg Friday.
A Seaboard Air Line representative
was in this burg Tuesday looking after
the interests of his road.
It is alleged that F. A. Mann is about
to start a paper at Goodall which will
be known as the "Sun Rise."
Bill Baylor, Mrs. Poet's gardener, has
rented the Bush property just north of
town and moved his family there from
the Tomoka settlement.
Leonard Gill is expected to return the
first of the week from New York where
he has been to engage an orchestra for
the hotels the coming winter.
A. C. Barnett has rented the cottage of
Jas. A. Baggett on Pinewood Ave., for
the winter, Pick Hainey moving into the
house vacated by him last Wednesday.
Last Sunday was a great day for
bass at the pier. No lees than fifty of
them were landed safely between 9 o'clock
in the morning and five o'clock in the
evening.
J. A. Scbroeter, representing J. H.
Schroeter & Bro., of Atlanta, Ga., was
calling on C. F. Burgman Wednesday in
the interest of Whitlock Printing Pre
Company.

PORT ORANGE NEWS.
Nearly everyone here is busy making
fall gardena.
Judge Sands, of Hawks Park, was in
town Tuesday.
Mr. Mouford ia building a very neat
fence around his home.
James Parrot has improved his cottage
very much by the addition of the porch
in front.
Mr. Catheart,. who travels for the Ar-
mour Canning Company, was in town
Monday.
Mrs. Weeden has been having Dun Law-
ton avenue cleaned up in front of her
property.
Richard Vas had the misfortune to
lose his horse, it was killed by one of the
railroad trains.


Rev. Patillo inaugurated Sunday even-
ing a eeriem of religious services for every
evening of this week.
Mrs. Gimcoe is having her house painted
and Mrs. J. H. Wisse is also having her
largest house painted.
Mr. ILefman. who has been railroad
agent here while Mr. Barrow was absent
uI hia vacation, left for Jacksonville on
Saturday last. Mr. Leefman nade many
friends during his stay.
When we were In Daytona last week
we called on our old friend, W; Van Dorn,
aud found him busy as a bee having boe
gun the erection of a large addtlon to
his, already large house.
Mrs. Fair and the children, Mary and
Herbert went down to Oak Hill on Fri.
day. They were going the week before
but the storm interfered with the trains.
Mrs. Fair is principal of the school there.


TABLE f Me TIDESL
Week begiininu Oct. 6, 1901.


HIOW TIDE.
a. m.
Sunday.............................. 7:34
Monday.......................8:06
Tuesday ......................... 8:41
Wednesday .................. 9:16
Thursday.......................... :54
Friday.............................. 10.:36
Saturday.. .................. 11:24
.LOW TIDE.
Sunday.... ........... 1:21
Monday............................. :52
Tuesday ........................ 2:128
Wednesday.........-- ... -- 2:54
Thursday.......................... 8:26
Friday .............................. 404
Raturdtav ............. 4:50


p.m.
7:w
8:6
8*9
942
10:12
10:57
11:49


I2-
458
4:06
4:50
5:39


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la Us 3.5 shoam r 1
Bye 3.0 b shoesor u 1m
Misses md gMs 3.00 shoes r 1.3
Turklh bth towels esch .10
Mm nd womess umion mat erwear .90
IAdles est e. o ...... .38
We lsmearly jtag adowprimesm 30to 25 per cewat lo-w e ranew

and school sppis. Will have aoter shpmt of school supplies before school
opms. Tou will be srpried to learn how heap we sll tbes. Cbvelsad paint
Pier bcea and sadries epairig.



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J. A. Douglass rroprietors.

MANUFACTURERs OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


General Rlaclrsuthing and .Repairing.


&CIENTIFIC 0ORnaE*BOEING A SPECIALTY.


17 DAYTONA, FLA.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,


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The Up-to-Date a

Tonsorial Parlor
W. A. BEA DER. Proprietor.


I Strictu ~rcu,1t.e(lamr


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Contest!


I--W mw


, ree Trip to the Florida State Fair


-to the Most Popular Student of the


7 Daytona Public Schools '

Will be Awarded by the



SDaytona Gazette-News.


WHAT THE PRIZE WILL CONSIST OF

Round trip R. R. ticket Daytona to Jacksonville

Admission tickets to Fair Grounds

I Two day's meals and lodging at first class hotel

$2.00 cash for incidental expenses


I ABOUT THE CONTEST .e
Beginning with today, September 28th,1901. and continuing until Novemilr r
14th, 1901, inclusive, votes in the contest may ie secured according to the ft)l-
lowing rules, which will be strictly adhered to:
For each year's subscription paid in advance bvy a new subscriber, 75 votes,.
For each year's subscription paid in advance by an old aubscriber. 50 votes.
For each year's subscription in arrears, paid after this date, 50 votes.
For each coupon cut from the Gazette-Netws. 5 votes. .i
No vote can be changed, after onee having been cast, for any reason hthatever.
The standing of each contestant will be published every Saturday.




Every candidate securing four new yearly subscriptions to the


Gazette-News will, besides the votes, be entitled to


a round trip


to the head of the Tomoka on the new "Yankee Doodle," now


being buit by M'Coy Brothers.

Subscription to the Gazette-News is $1.50 per year.


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Disc Triba


SA wae te Nether.
*A agh looked upon as vermin and
"myied aeeordilgly. the weasel Is
4 ge o mther and probably treats her
'yag asoe more kindly than many
of her hums emneemies treat theirs. A
wasel. carrying something In her
: mthb. was ewe seem to enter a hole In
a tree. The observer, applying lighted
traw. soo smoked her out. She then
darted toward a stee wall. near which
ewas attacked by a terrier, which
spediy ldew her. 8be fell an easier
Vktitm ecaase of the burden she bore
hI hr teeth. Aaxious to see what this
41 the ealooker went forward and
mi It was a baby weasel. The moth.
W"a M i a feld close by had been
oIdW and she had been searching
r a ether hese. As her youngster
.lamat ran sh e carried It In her
.a4th rather than leave It to perish.

Aeb g s m before they enter the
Stake t ve are a curious i
S4to behold. Their bodies and
S a M are dyed a bright yellow with
lirm e. O this ground they paint
WO insM. with antimony over their
Q .M The fatlonabte color for the
a 1 re. green spots adorn the
cWka. ad the general aspect is gro-i
U m heyood desciption.-"-outhern
AMa.- UMr. and urs. T. Beat.
Casse Catheder&L
e w~~lM thtaink that the Identity
1 1- aeletIct of sMch a pebly de
- bet"0gat as the Owutgne cathe-
di WMaf mt mdh be lot to th
aL B t O al-T ost edral took
--- e* aad aa MY arehltecta
S ll iod f II stk aeeardlag to
owe "=a. The Iw a the mo st


Dr. Miles'


Nervine
soothes the nerves, nour-
ishes the brain, and re-
freshes the entire organism.
Sad by I d -i asgiufaamseT
D LMies t uedal CO. "Ekar, Id.

The B um.
The bund Is the name given in al-
most all eastern seaports to the street
fronting on the water. This street is
usually the trade center, and rumors
that are likely to affect trade or po-
litical coudtiuns fly thick and fast
about It As most of these are un-
founded. it is the habit In the orient
to call a story whose authenticity Is
doubted underer"
SensIble.
Mr. Backward- Well- er-yes, since
you ask me. I was thinking of consult-
ing a fortune teller.
Miss Coy-To find out whom you will
marry. ebh?
Mr. Backward-Why-er-yes; I-
Miss Coy-Why not ask mrue and srve
the fortune teller's fee toward the price
of the ring?-Pearson's.


Xo eoo mittel About ie Health.
Robert-O I Muppoae Tom Is all
right. but Le Is so close mouthed. For
Instance ..*'en I saw bhim today I ask-


CURING THE BLUES.
Just Try Turaln I p the Cormne
Tour Mouth.


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Nine-
Tenths

of

all the

People
Suffer

from a
Diseased

Liver.


HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.


In EmikM SfsMhmt lkbft .

UHES Mais, Ifusuess, Custipalgi,
Weak ftkStekiidIpaired Aigesie.

E u b MU. b Arm l l.MA Sat.asfim
Price, 50 Cents.
Pp d Iy JA.ES F. BALLARD.SL St.Lo,h Mo.


SeMby Dr.J, M.Jeo .

AN ECCENTRIC DINER. PEERS
TTv7YI reY GRAPE WINES@
a r ls.. e u.3. ALICE
larts topar excelence the city o NFERMENTED GRAICE
gourmets and cranks, and many a _
*tory concerning them has added to the I
80" of the nations. is .on
uf the latest. told by a well known
hPech head waiter: One of the regu-
lar cu to s of a famous Parisian ,
restaurant used to be a short. thin. ,
sby and shabbily dressed man whose a
name no one knew, bu t who gave out
that he was a butter dealer. for which 'N i
measb he waa called the butter man at .p
NH ate next to nothing, but his soup z. i
prd Ow b.la, was always put before
bas. He took a few spoonfuls and 0
ad It taken away. Next came a
whole Allet of beet from which be Z
eut the ttalest allce. Then followed Sll
ftow qalls or a large chicken, of which b
be ate one mouthfuL together with 0 il
two lettuce leaves and one radish. His
dessert was four grapes-never a sin- .
gle one more-and a cup of coffee. A
bottle of the best claret and another '7 IFORT UlUU E IN
of the best champagne were served NINE YEARS OLD.
with the repast, but he only wetted N1, CELEBRATED WINE iS tw. pure juces
his lips with a drop from them and let T of the Oporto Grape. raised inSiwer's rw-
them go. He took two of these meals lyra et before n.a It ik an d parble t
a day, and the price for each meal was enir e as Sstremgthemias Prepertles
120 frans. awe urpa d by another wines in the world.
But this was not all Every time prsoducetduMspefos r yoer-S
the butter man got up from his ex- I" purity Md ge es w a guaatwdby the
traordinary meal he gave 40 francs to It. i particularly beneficial to
the head waiter, who put bin food on thfeagddebilitatedaadtbewekeraes. In every
his plate, since the guest did not like 8 ~"th t e signature of AO u m SU, PBu-
to handle spoons or dishes; 20 francs e c. N. J., is overthe cork of echbotUe.l
to the waiter, 10 francs to the woman Speer's (Socialite) Claret
cashier and 5 francs to the porter. Is held In high estmation for Its rchnes as a Dry
Thus each meal came to 200 fracs. Win, specially s fordin .
The head waiter of the restaurant of- Speer S r.J. Sherry
ten did slight errands for him. buying awineof SuperiorCharacter and partakes o
his cigars, etc.. and took them to t qu s of te de.from whch
Grand hotel, where the butter n:an Speer's *** Climax Brandy
lived. The little old man would thet JS A PURE dstillation of the grape, and standS
open the drawer of a wardrobe filled rle d this country fortbe hhical s31
A" equal in every respecttothighpe cSOkl
with heaps of bank notes of from 110 Cogme Brandies o France, from which t cannot
francs to 600 francs In value auil GRERS HO
with an enormous mass of goldpieces. KEEp PiYR CLASS ANDROES.WHO
KEIEP FIRST CLASS WINE.N


Jj "Pay yourself," said the owner, and
the bead waiter did so, putting the
bills before his patron, who never
deigned to look at them.
One day the mysterious millionaire
went away and was never seen aga!n.
-Westminster Gasette.


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A well known doctor of Minneapolis
who has made a specialty of nervous
I diseases has found a new remedy for
the "'blues." As no drugs are admin-
istered, he has felt safe in experiment-
Ing with at least a half hundred melan-
choly patients and now declares him-
self thoroughly satisfied with the good
results of his treatment. Uls prescrip-
tion reads something like this: "If you
keep the corners of your mouth turnu-d
up, you can't feel blue." The direc-
tions for taking are, "Smile, keep on
smiling, don't stop smiling." It sounds
ridiculous, doesn't it? Well. just try
turning up the corners of your mouth.
regardless of your mood, and see bow
It makes you feel. Then draw the cor-
ners of your mouth down and note the
effect, and you will be willing to de-
clare "there's something In It."
The doctor treats his nervous pa-
tients to medicine when necessary.
but when the case Is one of pure mel-
ancholy, without bodily ill, he simply
recommends the smile cure. He has
the patient remain in his office and
smile. If it isn't the genuine article, it
must at least be an upward curvature
I of the corners of the mouth, and the
better feelings follow Inevitably. The
treatments are followed up regularly,
and the patients all testify to their
good effect. It takes considerable per-
suasion to Induce some of them to ap-
ply the cure, and of course the greater
number of patients are women, for
when a man is blue he Is bound to be
blue In spite of everything, but a wom-
an Is more easily persuaded to try to
find a cure.
I The doctor declares that If perseus
will only draw down the corners of
their mouths and use sufficient will
I power they can actually shed tea-s.
On the other hand. If they will persist-
ently keep the corunrs of the imnouthii
'turned up pleasant tboul;hts will chase
I away the gloomy forebodings. ilis
discovery grew out of an expt-ritnce it
his own home. Ilia sife as of a IT.-
ous and rather mowbid temniptraailhmnt.
and when in a despondent m iod hel
would ask her to "smile a little" t:ntil
I the saying came to be a houschiild
Joke. But it brought about good re--
suits, and then came the inspiration to,
try the same cure on others.
The doctor has not p;atl'nted hi.s (ii-
edy, and it Is fre to all wbho i '-lis. t t-
take advantage o' it f lMiin't.; :is-
Journal.


The Plight of the Stork.
The sork is a remarkably p:<.tur-
Sesque bird. Its snowy ts.,dy contrasting
with the bright red beak and legs andti
black quill feathers of the wings make
it a striking object The flight Is mag-
nificent, bolder and more buoyant than
that of a heron. Like most large birds.


HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
The burning of a sulphur candle in at
room Infested with pests of any kind
will relieve you of them in a short time.
Glasses which have been used for
milk should be washed flrAt in cold wa-
ter and then In hot soapsuds. This will
make them clear and shining.
Wilted or drooping flowers may be
revived by giving them a quick plunge
into moderately hot water In which a
few drops of ammonia have been
poured.
Never put soda In the water In which
you wash china that has any gilding
on it. Soda injures the gilding. In-
stead use soap, which answers just a-
well and has no IUl effects.


In washing cut glass only mo dcr
ately hot water should be used w.:: .P
count of the glass being (,f ,-aryin-.
thickness, which causes the dishes i.
expand unevenly It subjected to ex-
cessive changes of temperature.
A Rattlessake's Wisdom.
The writer of this rode broncos anti
"punched" cattle on the ranges of Mson
tana atd Wyoming twenty year-s ago
and had ample opportunity to study
the habits of rattlesnakes. fie knows
how they went into their holes then.
and it is doubtful If any Improvenmnt
has since been made in their netihod.
They start in head first, and one would
promptly come to the conclusion that
they reach the bottom of their hnles, it
this manner., but Mr. snake Is too, wv Iv
to keep his head wherel'i hIae nuiut li v.'
an eye on the rest of his lxly: t!:re-
fore as soon as he enters the hole a few
Inches be makes a hall' turn \%i l>h
brings his head to the en;itrance :l_,iin
and then permits tha' rem iit length to glide d ta out <.r -,';,t-a
very siimpIle perfoi mance, you \\.11 Sce.
-Exchange.


Wben Grace Warn .-s tl.
A Barnard cullc-fe girl tli. i:n tl.e
New York 'Times tf r;.ti ;!i iii aI iaous.'-
hold where grace was said at tlhe t:nble
semloccasionill3. Illir curiosity g( t
the better of ihtr. and sihe askcd tihe
mistress of the house why they didn't
observe the rite regularly. "Why."
said the lady with some surprise. "we
say grace only wairtj we have reason
to be tlhanikful. VWe never dream of
giving thanks wl'si1 w1e h.ave only
roast beef or ;Let fsteak or some simple
thing like that: but whenever we have
game or sometinin4 really uir e tthen we
say grace, f.,r it's w urth while."
V4 il t-S'EVERALU I':'O, OF I rI':-
tcte-r iIand gaas i re',tat in i"'.i -as-lh :ta,'
(anw in this -ounty rie luii-l,d) tL r.'.rl-
S l-n 1a1nd aslvsrti.. sII *'.stahlisl..l
w 'ailthlV luvnill. l-a ha)se of (ali fl financial.
standilur. Salary $1'S.00 wa-klv with


F. B. HAVEN,


Horshocing,
Blacksmithing
and Repairing


At Foot if N, rth I'ridl,.
12 i).i iis t ina. Flori;na.

ThompsoTi, be Tailor.


hl;g-ln .~l- 'r~ ii 51-11mg a ~ja.sa-ia1t.v.
I. s osI Is si $1 'I ~a ansi
ails: i':a:s-. lss~ ~ ~aa~.l 'ls\'.il!sls.


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RDOUBLN
No. 4 I No. 2
7:45 pmf 7:25 am Lv ......... "J v--g"
3:Solaiim 4:10 pmiAr .............. .
7.25 ant 7:35 pm r m.it_. 1)--
5:55 Pm- 5:35 am Ar .......... hvNll.MC.C. i ). ---V
3:25 anit 7:24 pm Ar .................. St. L (L ).
7:2 x am L:.......... Nashviflt (N. C. .
1:47 Jn12:10 pm Lv Martin (I. C.) Ax- PiMr
1):.) ant ............... Ar ....Chicago (I. C.) .v
Spm am Lv...............Nashvile (L. & N.) Ar dt4 p
12:.-' am 9:'- "am-tAr Evansville (L.& N.) /v .5 pm ot &a
9:-15 am 5:30 pmiAr..........Cnhicogo (C. & E. I:) r ..11.:06 a T j
N.4-DIXTE FLYER. carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers betweom
)nville and St. Louis. making direct connWOtio or.allpoets M .the
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations ma e to Lo vie. C
SChi -ago. only req hiring pamengerRs to step from one car intohanother.
I No. 2-DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonvil.e to Atlanta*, coanneting f
through slhepr Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through sn9e9p
t'hi,.ngo.

All correspon dance promptly answered and .'.eping Car Berms reserved. Will se l
meet pasaeugers at depot in Jacisonville or my ore, ,4 West Bey Street. Drop e a Line.


SWALTrMC HAWIKIN, (Gan'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. HAILS. General Passeger Agent. Savannah, Ga.
E. H. HIb-ow, Trafflic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
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pLANT SYSTEFl


The Great Through Car Line from Florida
CONNECTIONS.
SE~ s Tie Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmoad
TO THE and Washington.
TO T E a The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
SThe Southern Ry. via Jesup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE i The LouiiNville & Nashville via montgomery.
Ws C The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville.
Th' Mobile & Ohio B. R. via montgomery.
S--- Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company f6r
TO TH E New York. Philadelphia and Boston.
_l -La Lt' Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor-
tation company for Baltimore.
ITO KEV Y EST- AND HAVANA
VIA I'ENINSULAR ajld OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards islad Vit Boston and Can-
ada. Atlan.ie ad Plant Steaimship Line for Halifax, Hawkeebury and Char-
la ittC-st
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
'\1 Ifi on sale thro ihouit tlhe N northern Eatern. Western and Southern States to
;ii Ji'lorii-a. -.orts viat Ilinlit Syvt.nii during t he season 1900-1901 limited to
1vii an n l ltil ha.v 31 st. with lilr.sil top-over privileges in Florida.
.iAldrs..-s sol airtisn in the. North sent to the underaigned will be liberally
sii;>>liild \it h alI i ifjl im) a ti FlJUr iniorlmtid i nit t a l .Jtis .iecln ig ear r n-w.-'-ations, etc, call on, or write to
W. 1..i1LlIY. Division 'I3-4iiW. tr A.\-'t. 1.3S West Bay St-, Jacksonville, Florida


W,. It. IDENH AM~. Gf1 ;s-n-i~d SII X1:111;teimlemtlt


B. W. WREX);. Pas. Traffic Man.
Savannab, Ga.


~WHI-haTE'S CREAMl
XWoRN4sI> V ERPAI FUCaEE!

For 20 Tomears GI~if ll W~orn mded&P
Vmeusud b7-~ JAMES F. BALLARD, ft.L om1W


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.


DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE"


Cleaning and Repairing at I-e:a enable Rates L) IBLE ILY CONN"I'TlONS. WITH THRO)UGH TRRxIN TO
Clott '.- .\ ,.... f iWy s ITo 'l. N A S;il I I L E .
M.EM I 'lI.S.
CINCINNATI
P.C. C)UN ,and CHICAGO
P. C COU NT,


('a1r-?/1(,iifthrough I;/ ~i ~GJ',tla a-/ Btei*'(,) I S'iCt)ja'' Ji,-k..ion r-jille to


A w l:,i ;,..i 1i,r ,-,.t ,...(. (',,tt ."I Lo i. without '-,mric. Choice of Rlo te< .
SA',,'.. J:.'war P- .t,'l a, lFiUt. "
S.._ -. ...- a '"F(r iinform.ii tion r.-l:itive to rates, s. hed'llie, eta'.. o. for sle l'r res.-rvatioln writeto
S__A-V) '\S *. a-nd T '.V E. 11. LI:AN. (; II. I;Pass Agent. TOr)M M. IDOYLE. Fli. Pass. Igent,
ey Atiinti ; ;i. .Ja-ks.,.!viie. .la,
l.s xlut g .e IdS s ,1 & the e COi gh. I. 1. .SM'ITH. Tr'atfiih M;.a;i,-,'. N;a-hvil.l. Trl'nn.
Foley's Kidney Cure -
Oane VEiBu Pan-American

OCEAN MOUSE, I L TffED
F. W. SA VS, Proprietor
i 2, ., I -. 1 ,,: S ii t,, 1 :S TRAINS Exposition,
I,.I : ;... .1. D. ,uJBLE DA;LY SERVICE .. -.


*j~'~ ,','I~ a~% ~. a Is':a- ~


Buffalo, 4. Y.

May i to November 19o01.


ihe, Seaboard


Air


Line


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

Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.


Quick Schedules.


U U ISmE U~


Latest Pullman Fquipment.
i1' fl;'h-r ifu rnmantion wr ite to
D I I 111 '3 'l ** .3 -


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is Nature's time for rest;
and the man who does not
take sufficient time to sleep
or who cannot sleep when
he makes the effort, is
wearing out his nervous
strength and consmtli nhis
vital power. Dr. Miles'
Nervine brings sweet,
soothing, refreshing sleep.
Don't let another night
pass. Get it to-day.
"I m a dragist, so when I was
tlabed with isseesia a few years ago
I took Dr. Miles' Nervine and fo
immediate relief. I have not been
tMUbed with dtat disease sce"
H. L HowAls. MALson, Wis.


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