Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 24, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00398
Source Institution: University of Florida
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IB No. 11.

Daytona. Florida, August 94, 1901

OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL Wn w Wieing wa8 up to St. Augustine
-- i Thurmlay.
F. Meiric, the Ormond tailor, was in W. W. Austin has had an awning put
Daytona Tuesday. up in front of Ihis bicycle rtore.
Miss Mae Jolley returned home from Three suites of second hand furniture
her northern visit last Saturday. for sale at a bargain at Rush's.

Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson in visiting
with friends in St. Augustine this week.

landlord I). B. Matheson, of the Hotel
Coquina was down front Ormond Tues-
Mrs. Chase. Kost has been skik the past
two weeks, but is now much better. Dr.
Brown has been in attendance.
Wheeler Austin commenced theerection
of his new cottage Monday. on the lot he
recently purchased of W. C. Sparks. Roy
Mulkey has the contract for erecting tihe

Capt. H. B. Shaw, of Ormond, was
calling on friends in the city Tuesday.
Marcus Smith has had a new cement
walk laid from his house to the street.
Mrs. C. II. Crenshaw and children are
visiting -with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Foye.
J. A. Douglass has been nursing a car-
buncle on his knee for the past few days.
Norman Dayton is erecting another
shed to lirovide' for his increasing lumber


W e gret tobe obliged to -hron'-k- the
of Mrs. Win. Roxby. which oc-
40rnd at Hiachman, Mich., August 18th.-

liomed by t mbursting of a blood ves-
Snd died within an hour afterwards.
SMm. ioxby has not been well for ser-
e4l years but it was thought a trip
would greatly benelt her.
leaves a host of friends in
who sympathise with the be-
husband and onos.


,4The "Florida ra orbackl" is the hog
adilgenous to the climate and soil. iHe
r fa aululv lanmE of limb ad fleet of foot.



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Beautiful tarpon sep at Geo H. MENTAL-SCIENTISTS ARREST

Dr. DuBois was up from Port Orange
John Cranor was over from the county
seat Thursday.
B. N. Stevens lost a valuable horse
Wednesday night.
Dr. and MMa. G. M. Wallace were down
from Ormond Wednesday.
For job printing ring up 'phone 18.
We can suit you on both price and
Bingham & Maley have ordered a new
funeral car that will be second to none
in the state.
Dave Bradhbaw went to West Palm
Beach Thursday, where he will work on
the Flagler hotel.
Next Thursday evening you eam go to
the armory and get your supper--bene-
fit for the Baptist church.
At the meeting of the yacht club held
Wednesday evening T. Willett and John
Oothout were elected members.

emit In a letter to the editor fron W. if.....
bei the only known porker that can te who this spending the su er Istn.
trn a darkey. He ha a tail of won- Bedforn Station: N. Y.. lihe sat tha We are informed that F. A. Mann has
Length, which, when he in in active the weather is not at all pleasant in i decided not to stnrt ia newspaper at
motion, he twists into the tighest cork- that part of the country. (oodall.
imew, but with which whilequietly feed-f
eglR raps his leathery sides much in the J. C. Pettepher will engage in ai new Capt. T' II. Anniable and F'. C. Hall
sammanner thas the docile cow uses business as a side line. IIHe expects to wereddown from Ormond the rear end of
her tail. lie is self-supporting. He shortly put in a line of boats (of various last week.
earm his own living and thrives equally kinds and will huy sell. sell or trade any Will Abllerontiie returned Wednesday
well in the high woods, in the fiat variety of craft, from Northl'arolina. IIt. has been away
woods, in the hummocks and in the If we fail to mention a visitor in "l"ot six wts 'k'. 0
mi He subsist uonm anything town. it will not lie our fault; we try to I). 1F. Moirrison has the foundation laid
ee"an Snd above the earth or under- keep up with all those who ct^ile anl go. for at hnt antd feedt wanlrehotuse on his lot,
Math its surface. He has a clear, far- If you have a visitor, or expe.t to inake on ,;etol a venlUe.
mseing eye, and in very sensitive of hear- a visit, let tlhe tag. Nature has equipped him with iknowit. Miss .Mettie Sparks left Tuesday for
a mnot almost as long as the beak of New.Jersey. where sith exlpcts to visit
a wild pelican of Borneo, with which he Potatoes are two do ilars a bushel in until alout Christmias. N
ea penArate t& earth many inches in Daytona and scant e at that. In the Miss Celia Harris arrived honte last
qmet of worms, snakes and insects. Hlie northern markets they are. willing t t Saturday from Ciniinnati. where she hes
is the most intelligent of all hogs and is front e venty-five centts to one dollar, been attending school.
Mbewise the most courageous. He hli.a which is more than double whatat they
pa known to engage in mortal combat are generally worth. Mansfi.hels dn.l.dge will li. taken to
`06 a coon for tlw poslitsion of a A. II. Harper. th.l stilshnan of their Lud- New S. rv nnie x tt w ek to oinit t. thl.
6 ek and to rend asunder a iden & Bates Music llouse, n.turned(c'.11110.l n'att tle bnrl'.
wire fence. Monday night from a ten day's business W. I. Edniiondson. tlie efficient head
He is so intelligent that wlwn he lives visit to liainesville. his ltnlie. Mips satlesiman in Moirrisoin's grocs-ry. is tak-
in town he becomes as familiar with thi lrtrha Latimden was in chatirge of (th itng ;i nitlith's. vaat iaiim.
railroadeheduleas thetramltndisliatchers loal saklso'mnt during his al5ence.. For sale:--A nl, 've'vtt. upright
themselves, and pilies his vocation in A e :t ia. 7- c1 aksi. E uir of
great numbers about tih l railroaidl sta- t tnti i cl 'ia th atthe I 't rA i f
.nient in anoth,.r ,.e l ntntlrlltat th,, lau,e..h ,r lti 'i "llto ';]l',iae z,.
tons, and yet tio rllain ever ran over a
"razortbac-k. Wlhnever the railroad rl is for This iat is fi I. I Mrs. .. .1. Niver a.nd little son
companies are forced to pay for killing a the handsomst and fastest ar nmd this ift lit.N y fir l.\t- ill,. N. I'., where
hog. it a always fro i to e a e inr' -...a-. ses'tiin, and we uInde t.tan tla, it will tly will .l hn f* ,.\w .lks.
hog, it always lrov e, to I o- a lBo-r' '.t i. 6 d s. i,. t 1ss t hlu half (i 11f a Guinea or some ot henr f ine ree-b. at l t h Th. s Mitrlrfi. tC att. .hlno Lynn.
never a **razorback.'" He is too1 active V; rivid lir,.' Moliilay fie,, Cl''ocoa with
and alert to iwe caught eve.tn yi' a tlh o- Mr. ami .Mrs. I F. l.Mansfieil explet to ith h|,,us.iltdol go, ds of 11l. .Stiling.
motive. He is nervous. nrstk-ss, u geticandhence4do not thrive well in Theyv. ill first go to Harle.y. S.,ith MI ad .l r'. S 'Fi r e. pet to leave
Ita hX" a h e e4doe rnt itrris.lIli.i where they
pens. Continued. li, loses rather than lhikoto. wheel. tlhiv will visit with Mr. 11x iuesdatly for Mrris. I -., wfler thaey
gainsflesh. He is alwah s ril- for the Mans'ti.hl's lroth.r. )i, tlhir way homie will slid thb r,'maiiler of th-e summer.
market, as his condition is as goo August as in January. iliis OWtir re- is oiln. foi hlIs ihd holin in 'Carrollton. Ohlio.
aspects his intelligence, admiin-s his ti1-.1-, .W W ilkitison is lookil i, r tt e \\ I i' h'' \\ vi'ii f'.r it a ,oi ult' ,ifta onthit.
and is fond of hint ats food. for he ma.'ir funds of the M, ili-hnts Btaank while I Ir. I;. E. \\Waltoiin and i soIt will leave
always lie dpelie d ulm to afford the ('ashiir ('onradl i- iov,.r to lelaind in iOklahmal; in i ft..w days an,] visit the
proverbial :'streak of le.an." with a ve-ry c.ar;i. of thi.e V :-:. t ',i'ily ll;ank. 1 I' ia-A n ii-.l ti.i I lfior' returning ti, Day-
small '-streak of fat.'" 11- is the kigmr ff \% >oo.l. till,' casliiei ..1 1l.ha! irsltit itioit toia.i
hogs. lie can be grown imor protitaily.. is in Lui- ille. K. .. in iat t, t.n .,- at tthe .1. M. .1.leh he. ft "Tu,'slayi flr thle noun.
than any other known variety, sint.v. li gathering ctf Kniahts Teniplar. ta i aMi Mills hts li ist itin of
has been observed. he, l is -nergetic and tn a S. Mills li l te distinction of
Intelligent enough to feev aela ithe ill-I Thie' atta-hlinmnt ense of Mallv s. iv hle- in,'itig o'ditor of th .iournalI during his
f-Forst and tai. vin. with Go;lwi'in as claimient. was he.ar.l a'sc.-..
self.-Forwt and Stream.
I.fire justicee Williams Monday. It Mrs. J. T. Wilil.r andii Miss Wilder left
hes tle r ings were illegal and tha edi's, day for Ilhii k Moiuntatiin. N. '.,
WORDS OF GOSPEL TRUTH. |-sf. was tnliron ,ou of 'ieit. (tapt. .
W ORD 11- 1.nve n Maly h,,r, th,*.t \ l ill wi'ln;in until thi nfilhll
i intte'sts. tanl! .l In .er 1. A. Ste' art of
A well conducted lnewslatfIe'rish I I.'lost l. kd aftr r. t lwi ,. Mr.. Il,.ku has return,.dl to her
important factor inc connectionl with the llte' rooms itnll Mrs. Itfallingtolls Ion*mse Oil
upbuilding of a city. Everycitizen should,."l-- i Vlisia islavenu; helr l.tdaughter will join
oilerevery e couranmp-gi'-i t thel t' t A Ittmovim'lie'it is oui ft lo ol.*ii.z a her txt \..k.
paper whic-h at all timi.s sIru Igl.-s tio l ho.-al4 4)iilpi:ant tlo opei .'at' n;ni aitilolio
advance til material I inte vsts of .aill .n- bile lit'- let .'tw .n lh) to,.'i 111 il ne.ar-ly .v l'stitastltr II ,roiui .,f o.iodill. was
cerned. To the no.wsliapt.r, nm.m. than Ioints. It is proposlI.. to p.it o two a l.4lw.a-nit .calle.r it tii sal.rtumri Wed-
any other interest, is dlue. the prosp.rity i ;utomoln il.s with .Ia a ;pi -'iy of foiirte.n .'sl,. v. .tl la. l h .is n;,m,.d added toi our
of communities. Tl'lwnews[lal.'r talks to lia ns- 'n rs e a' h. andsm v.*.,.r:lm s alle.r ons. l... riplt 'it list
people abroad it enlightensl t 'hemt as lto W.' air. also)i ifornw.l thatli if tli C)II-o I. \\." liialliilitgI iii' o1i 11 1 !- H llt 1hey
what we have here in the wi ayofnavithing panl. is Iormed thel fftr'e I'-tv.'.iti hi i. r ;na l ,.r.1,.I ti '-, .e tir e-itlakir.y nilloilt tlhe
settlement and invest ent.l. The'l outside he lieninsula will iN. neltie.dl t i ,\, ,v'. i t e Ist I ,.l|.,," i in 1, I. ii tin.li in o\\' .i o ii' -
world, through the columns of the news- .a-'l' a .. ai.,,1l I,' ..I. I. l -h.
paper, are made familiar with the Olit- Ir- Ifi ll iovi sts.ity ila i lI. t h .. h e e Th, i.uilvr in t hi'' il i,.it it gal.xe oout
tunities presin elhr proital i h.icles 'w.ithl k'.ep1 toithe' trii gh t hand side. last% .'k ateil ic. hlial .ito t. shipped in
vestment. The i newspaq r talks to ,if t lie si t. Ihliev wou l at.dvoi. i uilil.h a freotii St.. Aliis st iii. Evi. vlthiig is again
thousands where individuals to cona- lomia ii and possible a.'il'iitts. lThiis in innin iisiihr. Ilow..\t -r..
parativeyv few. No city or town .an ca lt.tic.-t is not onl, a gieni.ratl rnil.
prosper without aewslpa.r. Th aio tihroulghtout the iountry.t buv h t i sti \ VA i. '-'.l'ilk is it hiii( in front
encouragena'nt givw newspnlwrs li4 ,.itie.s and- n 'rpt-lrated atoli. then i n t 1" I'L- fit aloii.rlv. o> Itl 'ehi str't.
more prosperous will I.' the Ilisiness in- eor.dinai,. e.llnf lvinlv g this It'll. rl'e .s- T'lhs' i is i [ aIIlleI t iat;l sl'vti'al others
terests of towns and cities. Thle l.est ri;s lsh.,uld al t n to the 'igbt wh .,. uil f(Illm It .I advantagr '.
friend of the general public is the newIs- in,,.tini others. Ke'ep to the, riitht malil A lar:., j-\ v lilh. \\'.ei;ghmli2i 25 p .ualsi
paper. it always upholds those interests you ill always le. right. ati l nMtslring ..i\ i. it Iig' was 'fl cabit
best calculated to advance the welfare of I-,y' (alt. Snitithi. I'alattka, off tbe
the whole people.-Gainesville s un. F-r ie lw' ,'it of thls hla ian' int.r- N h ittIt ,.. f ..,-ni g lfa.st w.k.'
estel. wve' will state that a goil rivals i
convention will bei hI.'ldurinir lh.' se"- Tlhe t. I'. Itallouglh io. have jimt conm-
THE EHGINEER'S PRAYER. h1:n if tlr e st, '' fatir it .alLsf-,ti.ill.'. ..hnn '' I eitI ,i o .e M..' hicinhanii
-- wpihen a spl.il invitation i. exieidled to hlione lion the pliiit-nl-. .I. t Pettephler
An old railroader was converted, sa,, all hard ro ad aidvo'.ates atil ai.itators wi wir' thi. luiii. :i for ..;" t h lights.
an exchange, and when ask.t to, hadi iI I M : : Whil,, wo,'rke,.n wt,,'. t work digging
prayer. said: aV shii aingtclit. t.l ,f t h,'tti, rI niftalit'hdnr, fadt
"Oh. Lord.. niow that I have 'tagt'd I Ile I 't liti f t .i itit ta L a e *' i th,, iinll-ua ta.t if ir h e lve' h.v ri, le
Thee. lift Imy eet off th'e iroutgh ro iad of niten. lion. hoi'r Wr lavis. iI it, i a fi lh,. i>hii. atnst i\.ke. i. t lit -
lil. and plant then satfeilv oit ihe del' k of distiigiish. d i entl.li,'n w ill i.. lfr".-enlt sili 't .ii.-. : irt' I tsie, I. i f
the train of salvation. I.'.t us ule th. atlnd adah.lrt.ss thlie c.,onvnt i.n i l!'h.n. '.sill liii'n- w : ,' e r .
safety liamp known as lprudenle*.. make all also l.ea tint. e'xhil.t ef ih p '.v'Il 'il I Mtr. IIIe ~j r-. .1 !; !: ,., :. ', I, it'.'
my coupilings with thlw setrontg lik olf'f'hy naa 'lhin'r w'slii.h 'will ha ie Io I. ,rth a 'isilag fi a., .' .. i.. lo .
love, and let my hand lamp le. thie tible. visit to thie lair. t t I,,t te .!:.'- -,,,|'\ ,.' |.- '.,,t. i', butit
And. nmy h,.avent.ly father. keep all li;i.,- is d|,.d. W, h;lv, n.f.... n., to Mir Iliv,, ;. ,- ....:a I. :' e a, '- .' l1
switches clo,.cd that lead off ont the li linnkey that has mniade his honp in f,,-,,roil ih, n. .I i,, pi.,<-
sidings. e slially latie with bIlitl enl. a cae. nr Atisiiu's liici. v store. ali-i us I"",- th.' i r t ir l.
Oh, Lord. if it hle thy p aa r e .ey iea re, u th'v t'' .ery ,.i.d f.,'th T-t e. ,l.v tiirtlil r i T ,, ,
sem aphor bhi-k lonh the line have the ^w e f .,rn .,l o.. t!., lno w,,. ao .n M n -f 1. V t.. n a <...,.
and 'e'!ht i,-ti'atihiitg ai:ii' a tli t h s'.Vii, ijl rt'..n M.al, ni. '. '" V.. -i I ';l bii I.'a "]
white light of ho il'l'that I imay make the meeting a fair sizled si n..n oi,.if i, Ic,, di c ,, 's' i t .i a
ran of life w ithount stopping. And. Lord. fa ntiilv at li at ,.il,,. ,,.h ,. ti N. ,"h ,.,l .li ... ., :. r .' *, ,

sheduln wen I w o ,n,, .. -bridg -hich he prmded to giv o -a. c .. ,c,' 'mh for years. but could get no reliefi
schedule. nod whcn I have finished my lthrshiing. After rturnint g ioui thi h,, O ,,,1 ,itn.- in V : rou thlie doctors and medicines I tried,
ra, and on schedule time pulled iito the n.y unlub1ly hungry--,nv- until I took Foley Honey and Tar. It
darktatiotn (of lath, may Thou. w te a large antit 'h -- a e immediate relief, and done me more
daksiton of t mieh, may Tou. tl h I. ha ae a larg uantitey os roachW .)(.l than all the other remedies com-
aperintendent of tlw univertu say with poion that was on W. I. Jones' 1lack LauiMch for Sale at 'Sarftr.nt. t.i;,,d." Dr. J. M. Jones.
a mile, -Well don, thou ngod and faith- lor'li. This rash act resulted in his
till .-r ant 1 u < tu i and @iran thilwu v-roll .V .. L.f.oot. ~irl.l.'.. 1.-.. -!. ,I ..; '1111-'/

Thursday evening Postoffice In-
spector Peer returned to town accom-
panied by United States Marshal
MeCormick and two deputy mar-
shals. The next morning C. C. Post,
Helen Wilmans-Post and C. F. Burg-
man were arrested and taken to
Jacksonville charged, we under-
stand, with using the mails to
conduct a fraudulent business.
A large number of Seabreeze
people were supoened as witnesses
to the trial which takes place in
Jacksonville today.
It is hard to tell how the trial will
result, but it is safe to say that* the
authorities would not have made
the arrests unless they were in pos-
session of pretty strong evidence.
One of the strongest points against
Helen Wilmans is that her business
goes on Just the same whether she is
at home or away in another state,
her secretaries answering the cor-
respondence aud inflating inspiration
into the patients.


It is sometimes difficult to convince
tome people even when you hold up the
strongest proofs before them. How often
we hear resident, say t here is no money
in farming in this State. To make farm-
ing pay here or anywhere it is necessary
to bestow some attention on the farm.
The results where proper methods have
been employed by farmers in this county
have been astonishing. Enormous
profits have rewarded their venture.
profits that would make the eyes of a
Northern farmer bulge in envy or unbe-
lief. A Record reporter was talking with
one of Hastings' most prosperous
farmers this morning and learned that
the gentleman had sold the product from
21 acres for $2,800. He said that this
was a three mouth's crop or half crop
as this year only about a half crop was
raised. At the maximims figures he esti-
mated that he had expended about $600
in growing and disposing of the produce;
leaving him a net profit of over $100 per
acre. This gentleman has unlimited con-
fidence in Hastings, and within the past
two months has purchased three more
lots of 10, 12 and'20 acres respectively.
He said it is amusing to hear people ex-
press their views on the high prices asked
for land in that vicinity. He believes
that in proportion to the yield, land
should be worth nearly $1,000 per acre
instead of $35 to $40 its present selling
Farming in Florida is more renumera-
tive than any other industry, if handled
with the same business care and atten-
tion. There is no other State In the
Union where land yields such big profits.
Where ten dollars per acre are cleared,
elsewhere, a hundred is cleared here with
less toll and in half the time.
At Hastings corn, oats, hay and Irish
potatoes are the staples, while vegeta-
bles are grown in abundance.
There is a difference between the
farmer and the squatter. The latter,
with a half starved pony and a rickety
cart will spend a day hauling and sell-
ing a load of pine knots for a dollar.
The farmer's day is ppent cultivating and
overseeing large tracts, and the profits
speak for the result.
For three month's work on 21 acres
the astonishing sum of $2,200 was
cleared, and this, under favorable con-
ditions, when only a half crop was
raised. How many business men can
make as gratifying statement of their
profits on an equal investment. If the
thousands of acres of wild land in this
country were cultivated St. Augustine
would never experience dull summers,
and her boundaries would be greatly
extended to accommodate the Increase of
population that would naturally re-
sult.--St. Augustine RPcord.

Little George and Sarah Williams went
to Fort Lauderdale Thursday, to visit
wi their aunt, Mrs. J. H. Fromberger.
The family of Win. Stifling arrived, by
rail. Monday from Cocoa, and are living
in Mrs. Mansfield's house on Palmetto
Chas. Birchwood was down from Jack-
sonville the first of the week for a visit
with his friends. He returned Wednesday
I Dr. Hoagland, of Mt. Zion, is in town
'for a few days. We regret to state that
he will soon leave his Daytona friends
for Deland.
Dr. Diggett and the Misses Smith and
Thompson drove over to DeLand with
F. N. Conrad Tuesday, returning the
same evening.
In order to mcme air subsaipse nist to
0ooo we win "me te Omutte0 Ne n tril
one yea r forse deU .or three insts fr
twenty-five cets. This sUer I Cge bit 30
days and oely to new subscribers.
IIcg cholera is prevalent around De-
Land. A considerable quantity of pork
in the meat markets was condemned by
thle health officers Thursday.
F. J. Niver and W. M. Moore were over
to DeLand Thursday in the interest of
the telephone company. The office over
there will be located in Fudger's store.
William McCoy and son, Benjamin. are
in Jacksonville at present. However,
the new boat is progresing rapidly and
will be on hand when the season comes
Dr. G. A. Davis, the popular physician
of DeLand, was calling on Rev. J. B.
Hawk this week. The doctor caught a
17-pound bass in the Coronado surf
Thomas Steele, who has resided in the
Carswell cottage on North Beach street,
for sometime past died Thursday night.
The remains will be shipped Monday for
interment at Vineland, N. J.
Gec. II. Clark and son, Neville, left
Wednesday fot New York. They expect
to return about the firt ofOctober. Mrs.
('lark and Miss Evelyn are in charge of
the store during their absence.
II. I. Wall went up to Jacksonville
yesterday to confer with B. Mason in re-
gard to their interests in the Isle of Pines.
Mr. Mason will stop off at Hastings a
few days tsforn returning home.
At a husineiss meeting of the B. Y. P. U.
Thursday evening there was a large
numnier of active members added to the
society. They also arranged for a bask-
et supper to be given at the armory next
Thursday evening.
Rtev. Longdon will preach at Christian
Churn-l, Seminole building, Sunday at
11 in the forenoon on "Why am I a
C'hristian," in the evening at 7:30 on
"*Quit You Like Men." He will also con-
duct bible study beginning Monday and
conatinuteing throughout th week at 7:30.
Dame Rumor has it that Prof. Richards
will arrive in Daytona September 1st.
The Iligh School members who have re-
imained with us this summer, will be
glad to welcome this genial gentleman.
Miss Brown. his assistant in the High
School, has returned from the interior,
vwheot she has iwen visiting several
Acting Mayor Bingham has been dis-
ltensing justice to several colored people
ihis week. John O. Johnson and Lyman
>'ill| were np Tuesday charged with
throwing rocks and breaking windows.
lfhlnscn was taxed 05 and costs and or-
."red tofix the windows. Wells"coughed
i ;'" $2 and costs. Adolphus Berry and
,o:e Butler were before his honor the
s.Tie day charged with disorderly con-
i,:, it. The each handed in one dollar and
r. ,-t .
Mr. Daniel Bantz. Otterville. la.. says:.
liarv- had asthma and a very bad |

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sunny .-, -.i o -' ail :- I-light .in,l hlie.-rtiil. The. parlor, office, halle and rotunda have
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.omfofrt nii.l or.,\-- iofi ...*-. -. iTh. tall ii one hundred feet long. T'heCuisi
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kee-p the t;ibl Ip to it- ii i.\il nlln.~.. Tin ho 'is is three blocks nerth of the de.
pot. ainl .IInvnii i t t iLL .- 0 ', -I Iit i ili ,.. iC n'i lis. ,s-(hools.ete. and is within a mile
ofi the Iv..;n with it.. iirniti.iat? lbe;- fi"or wheeling. driving or autoing. Rates
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Walter Noll has moved into the upper
1 rax>nse of the Weaver Unilding on Beach

What among human ills anr more ar
noying than Iikes'.' The afflitions that
prevent active exercise are bahd enough.
but one that makes even rest miserable
is worse. Women are alconng its gr-atest
martyrs. Tabhler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
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Each lady is invited to bring a basket
with supper for herself and one more.
These baskets will he sold to the gent-
lemen who will share with the owner of
it. Ice cream, lemonade, coffee at d
cake will also tie served at tlhe usunl
All this will be under the atnspics ,If
the Baptist Young Peoples Union for tLe
benet*i of the church building fund. ne-xt
Thursday evening at the. armoury. from
from six to ten o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited toi par-
ticipate. For any information consult
Mise Charlotte Gladd, c.hairmiani of the
committee: A. K. Brokaw. president. or
E. L. Andrews, pastor.

Thos. W. Carter of Ashboro, N. C., had
kidney trouble and one bottle of Foley's
Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure. and
he says there is no remedy that will com-
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for Men. at

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N I tKKIULt cAr[ KI b. pushed, of eating that does And he began to revel in his scheme.
not nourish, of sleep that He looked at it from this side. from
I was employed as night watchman fails to refresh and of that side and thought of all tfre con-
In a sugar refinery. There were two resting that never rests. working of it out, for tis Lfraon was
of us on watch, and one night the That's the beginning of surely one of great power.
weather was so hot that we both fell
asleep r wom exhaustion. Suddenly I nervous prostration. And as he was thinking he suddenly
awoke and smelled smokeand heard everhadanthin dome so much raised his eyes, and there, standing be-
woke racklng of smokes. I awok hearty ood as Dr. Mies' ervine. I was fore him, was Laon.
he tracklaK eof Sames. I awoke my fired. nervous, sleepless and worn-out
empanlmn, Blackwood. and opened the and ervine cured me. I know of "I have come," said Lron as he look-
onlon Blkwood. a os so od for indestion and ed him full in the face. "to tell you to
caor raw r and molasses building other system." abandon the plan that entered your
A jsren of raw kugar and molas.I REV .NEESE, _
ad ust been taken in, and this was I Fairbirn,Ga mind as you were drinking the wine."
pled up on each side of the vaulted o "What plan?" asked the prince. He
pasage that led from the main door was too surprised to feel even fear.
of the refinery. This mass was on a1 Wl F "Your plan to kill me."
Ire and was sedinlg out dense vol- I]Ne "I kill you! For what reason?"
ames of smoke. On the other side of "I will not discuss th:at." answered
s were wooden stairs which led to 0 Laon. "All that I will say is that I
various parts of the building, and these F4 t V i know the whole details of the plan-
were also In games. We were sur- the plan you have determined to act
rounded by the flames, and the heat strengthens the WOrn-out upon. I warn you against ie."
was so great that It was certain we | sre refreshes the tired "Warn me! Warn .ie! Expllain
cold ot survive long. Blackwood and nerves, reeses theired "Warn me! Warn elf
I looked at each other in dismay. Ills brain and restores health. ..yours elf
boy appeared to be calmer than either Sold by druggists on guarantee. "Yotruth. And wll notha tlatn you.
of as and suddenly cried out, "Father. Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. I fear you not. though I know that you
the beer cellar!" have thought out and aceomplished the
The men who worked in the refinery. death of many. D)o not look ait me so
ae account of the great heat to which strangely. What I have spoken Is the
they were subjected, bad a dally allow- Laughter Saved the Ship. truth."
awte of beer, which was kept in a stone Humor has been credited with the "Then"-
cellar about 12 or 14 feet underground- saving of many things, but perhaps "I merely tell you that if you attempt
It was to this place the boy referred, never before has a ship been saved by my life it will be your own that will go.
The top of the stone stair which IAd Its judicious application. In a great and after that will come punishment."
to it was surrounded by fire, but we at storm many years ago a ship's crew "Cannot we tie"-
oce rushed to it and descended the were all at prayers, when a boy burst "N. we cannot be friends. I have
teps. In passing the flames at the top into a fit of violent laughter. Being re- desire neither for your fr:civiship nor
of the stair my face was scorched and proved for his I1l timed mirth and asked fear for your enmity. powerful and
my hair singed. The door of the cellar the reason for it he said, "Why. I was trenrcheronus ithouh y ou le.. Ati yo n
wos locked, but with the strength of laughing to think what a hissing the vwill think it str':lnge that I have cnme
4sperttlwedaIsed ourselves against boatswain's red nose will make when It to speak to you as I d,1. Well, It is
It ad burst it open. How cool it felt comes In contact with the water." This storant.t but tlhcre is a reason for it-a
after the fearful heat of the furnace ludicrous remark set the crew laugh- strong reason."
we bad just left! But how long would Ilg. inspired them with new spirits, "\'giiat reason. "
It remal- so was the question that and by a great exertion they brought "Oh. a ctrtin reason. HIowever.
Blackweed and I considered in a few the vessel safely into port.-Liverpool U1sen. (; your wtay if y.ou will. but
hurled words. We had hardly closed Post reim-mb.r that goingg your w:ly mensb
the door when we heard the frightful A Professor on Rowing. death and terrible punishment. IRe-
and o s the fling r oof of the fissingr A story is told about a well known nietin.,r!".
and icackling down the stair. eIse Oxford don who knew more about the And I.aon was gone.
and two barrels behind the door. travels of Ulysses than about the boat* And the prince wondered. How haid
aed two earts behd the r.he sailed in. He went down to the he cone so tnyst.rio(<,sy?' What did it
hich wase did not feared withould catch thire. river one day to watch the eight prae- itMan?? What was there in this Laoit
t waits coveredwhle with ro. and then g. He gazed for awhile in silence, so different from the rest? What
e waited while it began to grow "Yeq." h e said at last. "they look very strange. clear eyes lie had--eyes that
ottere a houetter. It was quite dark nice-very nice Indeed, I may say-but pierced Into the soul; aye. eyes that
eght Ba I could hear l ackwood how extremely awkward it must be for pierced the soul. Was it mian or denmon
them to learn to row backward." who read what was :passiig I li praying as he knelt on the floor of the mind of another when far apart? Hle
cellar. He was a good man. I believe. a-ylmK se Groanl-. ad heard of beings who conld feel the
and well prepared for the d that According to a French physician, innermost thoughts of others. lie had
t himI that night. I soon felt tie crying and groaning in pain are na- heard of men who lh'd discovered the
bokig teach of burned sugar, and on ture's own methods of subduing the hidden secret that underlay and was
putting my hand to the floor I was keenness of physical suffering. Hle the life of all thiniis- nagici:ns who
eeve r and alg mo- thinks that men should freely relieve kept their knowledge froit the world.
lThe reted sugar and scaltheng me- their sufferings in this way and that .who mixed not closely with their fel-
ses were flowing down the stair and crying in children should not be re-! lows, whose aim was to keep the
1latg the place where we were. The pressed, as In doing so serious conse- knowledge of their secret close till men
to the d farthest frably. andm tI re- quences may be engendered. were wiser.
Send artst fom the would it be that this Laon was one of
ar'. The heat was growing intense Lycurgus being asked why. in his these men or as one of tIheii?
Fnd the vapor was stifling. I became laws, he had ret down no punishment I But lie was so young. lie was-but
wnsCeaoels, ad how long I remained for Ingratitude, answered, "I have left stay, was he so yotng after all? Did
ea at ehad recovered my t to the gods to punish." not his eyes. though brilliant. look o!d
MM the beat aad dot gone and there and full of an all knowledge? Aye,. his
W a1h t11 I nx clhes of water In the From, The Ocala vening Star: eyes looked wise and old, and It is the
pMe where I was lying. This had Of April 1st.. 1901'.. eves that tell the age. This La,:, was
t fromi the fire engines and was old.
lukewarm. I could not feel this with -"%,re indl.bted ti Mr. <;..,r'. (11s1 And then he began to think of lhn-
11 eands, as they and my face were
farfully scoe but I did so with for tilt,'- in,-t -al'iai," ;and'" letti.- .- self. Why did lie wgvish to kill--everm tn
=7y to11 ue. I had called on Black- hiav; s'ei gi" IwnV iln lh1ria1. NIMr. kill? What was theithing or the de-
Sbut there was no answer, ad by e is a man of ti nion tiatdrove him to plan. carefully
wrIlS over with great pain for a of t hle most suiwm*-.sful trtuckel-' its te do la the iea : ofthose waainst
ewyalrds I tound both him and his son State. and he is :s g nrous ain, largI.- wo he bore no malice? Vengeance
led. The fading sugar had lhart a.l.. i -is prosi -rous.-" Mr. ('hlose had never overtaken him because he
a the place where they were and .Mouhit hii s..! e f'i-' t hi.' (fld1 .lial.hle was such a power in the land.
f thehrdeedke nderthei water. Sdlsmtan. I. Suttoni. Iwho hamdles But why did lie feel this desire to
I eftletred thatthey.like myself. had (,nly til I.-st ..ls I, Ii. had 'i.'ehialiy kill? There was nothing tmaligniant itn
hi000em eineloUes and hait bten adaptel t o Flohridal. -l-d 11,iak1 s a l.- his look. lHe was neither misshapen of
hi6 t01 death by the boiling sugar. -ialtv of thle tinst strains of ('a,, body nor distorted of limb nor cruel of
timeidarlg which I remained nlu -g' .Plant. I tttnm. Onion andl To omitot feature.
~ Seemed like weeks. I had no h es' .ispli "tis it i Then why-why did lie kill? There
S bteape, sl I kneweks. hadnt above l. '( i y ,ti t in were times when I.e felt a love and
m he an immense mass formed no ro n tenderness for all things. times when
g p1t6 Of the building which had he felt- .
S L The reg; ulhatr fall examniinat ion for pl.iie Oh, why--why did lelo ,'l'y this
Shai t stUmregtb enough to reach school ta.he'-s will It. helh ont .lptem.I. r prompting? This question r,'pe;,'ted It-
@ 4em. At last, when my pain haind 3id. Tlheexanination for Volusia ,ounl\1 self to hitm again and again.
1ggleased flttle, I fell asleep or faint- ti-ill he. hm.1.i in. I 'lu-t hat fi t.' And as if to answer it ie sspraug up
f I eell which, but when I I. tiehit1 i-hi, i l.li-tht.i \ 't suddenly. ils eye had become cohl
BiL I mewhat relieved and in th whlt s.h.l. Iuihlin'. :nd that fr and threatening. IIHis thoughts had
!i *tr sfe.I also for thee first c.h'.. in th,.l ,-.lohri-l i-l,.hiI ihiiillg, taken a another turn.
tart alsoory. I managed to get h, h killed-ohe killed because of the
m bree, wioh revived me conshler- Ilighilivingr.intenp'.nl,,rai..ps.,\1",sur,.51 sens' t, lpowi.r it b'oughit hi*m. It was
ably. ltrId toopen the door. but was mnnm.v there things i,-in, on IHrihlhs .1it fine to carefully plot anto plan. to lie
a fblh Tthe dience whi-ch pervaded i ys Kiiiy (t'r wi ii p,.. awake in the dead of night when al
the plawe an tae ewlousness of the l.righ t's eis Kiw y a (m .i e ill h .,-i r was still and think. lhinik s to the
SPLi t the two dead bodies oth Ihdlrirslt'is i.m i al lii. killing of the onel he h:ld tix'd upon.
their eIet on my weak state and I ld ,dr lisrdlers if tak0 khew I was becomalng delirkous. I e -! sun' tr take Fol. ,s. Dr, m.. I. -M..loi,., or no magic. he wouhl kill him. liHe
Membe I auhed hysterically and be- would begiu the working out of the
I to hout When I stopped. 1I Laun-h '-Tonk;," for ,.Ir,,itr. Siun,- plan lie had formed at ouce.
head a fait Sound far above me. n1.r rat.- 1. H. lt ,.. t.ll,,l lill. ie was reaching up his hand to a
Thi made me perfectly wild. There small square hos that lay upon a shelf
was a hammaer, which my hand acci- -- when hle hbta',l a slight n,; e beIhiud

delay came against, and I took 1 ,.oiamli'ate I101ii tH,. svT.em. h\ i ). nun.
ad bean betlat an empty i hi lan n uri lin fi nl \hit .'s hi looked, and there was Laon again,
bS.r The I han empty barrel sh in-tn i Ve ifiige. Tlh.' n--l: u\\ll ... but now he was clad in the garb of a
ahiO. bt I nas mad a shout frod Im '1m lie>-u 'ir' \ill *'i lhu,1in .i .1 priest of Brahima. His right hand was
member as ift t wern yesterday that 1 2 r-1, m-. 1.;, M. .os. raised aloft; his left :,an was.grasiing
--I'I to strike my h-ad with the a huge, writhing sunalke. the body of
emmeB, sa.d then I lost all recollee- which trailed off fwhinld him.
MOI. When I realned my conscious- lin' i it if "IYou,1 have not heeded imy warning."
MW I fond I was in the' Infrmary said Laon in a slow, cold voice. "'and

T ey tld e that when the men were WVhit-.'s 'rertn V.r-miftie ot .n!. you are to die. The last act of your
dEartr away the rubbIsh they beard ."ffe~.tuallv e\pells \ orms. i ,1111- will has used the last of your life force.
a m-md, and. rem8e0bering the cellar, iqluh""l Ias a toi anil is ; ..- aini, ;in.l and you are now to le punished for
W dd down to it. They thought a I'irmann'cnt uri' ftiri ,hili- and ft evr in your crimes. You are to live fbr the
t tht we w all dead. and it was itild-ii.*'. iri,- 2"_'. its .. M.1.1. oI, ,s. space of one human life in the body of
S 1* a medical m had seen the this snake. As you die it will die, and
h th t w hate there At Miamii ls wk .Ins s then t will live again, possessed of
V aat NWMlt elleft In me. granted .a dih'i' to Hir \I.- 1. .I,,n r your soul. Die, prince. die-die of
1 there form mo eths and was from his In I l... Id a iiftl fear!"
I 4 etd to recover. A young.And the prince fell arid, gasping,
a" t eMmatWtUo however, serv- d.
m l 4a8 Bmdt and I was at last Inierfl't di.-seion i.1t1 i'l. a'inilhitio t
& T Mvf e od al situation, which ple ronut4e disoArde-red conditions of tihe'
*""Imt therefinhery kindly pro- Oithe syt.ni. wl:ikh grovw and, o ar, 't- (
--E r e YLa.d. Te years firnwl ly n'.gle-t. Her'.ingive.s t..m. o 1 I
1L lce them, and I am glad th t a
t vrW v w have remained Este l l -
afit IW--C Ynk tiomn. i'ri-,'.."ot-kts. lr. ,. ..hSAtNs.M AT

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married daughters, you know.
She--Now, don't be nasty and say
something about girls and their brains.
That's so old.
He-Ohb, no. I hadn't the slightest In-
tention of doing sol
She-Well, can't you tell me?
lie-i don't know. I'm sure, unless
it's because fish are rich In phosphorus.
She-I don't see what that has to do
with it.
le--Perhaps not, but still It's good
for making matches.
Scotch Th rift.
The city council of Auckland placed a
price on the head of every rat in the
city. and a grocer's boy became a per-
fect Ninirod and slew about 30. At the
risk of contracting the plague he car-
ried his dead along, obtained the scalp
money and cameI back Jubilant to his
master and told him how much Le had
made. The master cast upon him an
eye of Aberdeen gray. and then re-
marked quietly, "Weel, weel. ye'll just
pay the money to our cashier, for ye
ken the rats la mine, not yours."-Syd-
ney Bulletin.
The Dietlonmry.
If yon want to be re-ally Interested.
read the dictionary. It will tell you
how very badly other people spell our
language and. incidentally, what a tiny
cupful of words we each dip up out of
Its ocean.-Minneapolis Times.

The Nation's
Best Cigar.


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EDWARD mF17 1 1 ALD,
Uoor- Pdpnwk-

SubcriU~. S~spg' Year, in Adwanes

Entered at the pqa6fi at Daytaaa. Florida. a
Seeosd cia mattet.

Satlday, Aug. 24, ipol.

m Trrftflf r rvflrni[HOE

Tonight tl.e Indian prince was think-
ing as to how he would kill this Laon.
and many plans came Into his mind.
He reached for a wine cup. and as he
was In the act of drinking his mind
was flashed with an Inspiration. liHe
saw his way clearly. lie laid the half
emptied goblet upon the loard. and
leaning back In his chair he smiled as
a man will smile In a moment of tri-
At last! At last!

that's all. No energy, no
vim, no vigor, no ambition.
The head aches, thoughts
are confused, memory ails.
Life becomes a round of
work but half accom-


c heseo em Pu10 0Vbgeulme.
This is from a fragmet of plaOe *-
goring left by Choplo: -No one mtnode
Inequality In the power of the nota of
a scale when It is played very fast and
equally as regards time. In a good
mecanism the aim Is not to play ev-
erything with an equal sonnd. but to
acquire a beautiful quality of touch
and a perfect shading.
"For a long time players have acted
against nature in seeking to give equal
power to each finger. On the contrary.
each finger should have an appropriate
part assigned it The thumb has the
greatest power, being the thickest fin-
ger and the freest. Then comes the lit-
tle finger. at the other extremity of the
hand. The middle finger Is the main
support of the hand and Is assisted by
the first Finally comes the third. thi?
weakest one.
"Asto this Siamese twin of the middle
finger some players try to force it with
all their might to become Independent,
a thing impossible and most likely un-
necessary. There are. then. many dif-
ferent qualities of sound. just as there
are several fingers. The point is to
utilize the differences, and this, In other
words, Is the art of fingering."-Hune-
ker's "Chopin, the Man and His Mu-
mIseets eeme lamtosleated.
Intoxication from the nectar and pol-
len of plants has been a subject of in-
vestigatlon by Dr. J. M. Weir. Jr. This
affects Insects, and It appears that the
cosmos flower Is specially' potent as a
source of drunkenness In bees and oth-
er nectar loving creatures. A bee so
drunk that it could scarcely get upon
Its legs was taken to the laboratory
and placed about two inches from a
cosmos blossom. It Immediately stag-
gered to the flower and began to suck
the nectar and in a few moments tum-
bled over, a senseless and almost Inert
victim of appetite. Drunken beetles
found under the blossoms prove that
the pollen must have the same effect
as the nectaries.
The experimenter swallowed a half
teaspoonful of the pollen and In about
15 minutes experienced a feeling of ex-
hilaration, with acceleration of thie
pulse and warmth. An Injection Into
the arm of half a dram of liquid dis-
tilled from an Infusion of the nectaries
caused exhilaration for half an hour,
followed by nausea.
Wbho Everytbhlug Stleks.
"In muggy weather." said the retired
burglar. "I always used to stop work
not because work was unpleasant then.
but on account of everything sticking
"You couldn't tell what might hap-
pen. Anything and everything was lia-
ble to stick and make more or less
nolje when you finally got It open. A
window might stick at first and then
go up with a blang. I've had a docr
open on me that way-fly open all of a
sudden after I'd been pushing on it a
long time and let me through the door-
way on to the floor. There's always
danger, for Instance. in pulling out a
drawer that sticks of pulling it clean
out and letting it drop.
"There's constant danger of some-
thing of this sort happening, and It
doesn't pay to take tJie chances. And
it's easy enough to know when to stay
home. My rule was never to try to do
any work In weather that would rust a
Jimmy."-New York Sun.
How to Buttom a Coat.
The art of properly buttoning a coat
-any coat-Is, do it the other way.
That is to say that nine out of every
ten of us button our coats the wrong
way. We commence with the topmost
button when we should commence with
the bottommost.
The frailest portion of a coat, In re-
spect to shape retaining quatlities-no
matter how well made-Is the region of
collar and lapels. The swagger mer-
chant tailor always cautions his cus-
tomer to "wear It buttoned a few days
so that the collar may set properly."
Then, this admitted, It follows that
tugs and strains affecting this part of
the garment tend to destroy its sym-
metry. Drawing the coat together by
the top button and buttonhole for the
purpose of fastening exerts a pull all
around the shoulders and neck region,
which, by repetition, In time will give
the smartest coat a bang dog appear-
Made Good Matehes.
lhe-I can't make out how it Is that
Mrs. Wise has fish for nearly every
meaL It can't be for economy's sake,
for she must be fairly well off.
Hle-She has a large family of un-

S,. MaILm4s. PRom

litHas opened a harness shop on North
lieach stnret and is ready todo1first class
harness andl shoe repairing. Will shortly
have on hand a full stock of new harness,
but until such time I will take "orders for
same and have them ent over from my
kLamnd shop. All kinds of musical in-
strnments and strings., and sewing na-
chlines and extra parts on hand.
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Furnitun'I Repairiing i lin.eou short notice
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Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
CNU of 0RMes Oo Pm8-finwff C4111 iNm Duna5 1 LI.
Thro gh Vestbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
the Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rates, Sebedules and Information, call on or address
W. T COSBY, TraveltngPassenger Agent, 108 W, Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
8. H. HARDWICK General PamuengerAgt., W.H. TAYLOK, Ast. Gen.Pas. Agt.,
April 25th, 1901.

Florida East Coast Ry.I

Time Table No. 34. In Effect July 7, 1901.
SOUTH ROUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. -
No.jUNo.35 N..7S No3-2 a
S!Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Dally
I3 l i 406plp000.aLv.........Jakvon> ille ....... Ar 7Wp lt I O *
S5p 11a" ......... .,v 5 .Han 1 SUn| S 1f
4! 5 p 11 47a .. ....... HS ti. nwA .......... i 5 4p l5 h 1
40 +a l 6 pLOp "-......... st Palatka .. .. I 4 tp I 8 Al 0 1
o 6 4p 64 1239p ........... N o a .. ...... ": 4 19p 7 J
Sp12a ............Bunnel .......... 4 1 7 lI 0
S7 e08pp 1V -s "........... ..Dup 4"h 77! u; 0 0
S 7 p 125 ............. ond............ ,p 6:..la!
a 7 p 130 ..ba t n ........... ; 3 : .. s'
S 8 'p 147p .........Port Orange ...... .. 3 l1:)' .*un, 0
825p 2-V -- .. New mnyrna .. .p.UUa .
.. .. 230p ........... OakHTil ......... lu* ith .... B .
.....23 ...p ",.. .A
S5 ......... Tituaville........... I l,.....
...... 8 41p .1... ............. T 1 ...... 2!
S................. .....1
M p .......... Melbourne........... p ...... *
S0 Ufip ........... b tian.........ua ie .. 11 *7a P ......'$
5 p .. ...........M elourne.......... ......
!. 6 "'P ........... SeFort Pier e .......... 11 i a ......
4 5 2 p ............. Tib a ............ lu:a ...... 0
S0 0 1 .. ...p Fort"- .Eden ...... ...... .. I ......
4 I i 6;3P -' ..............T.. L sentr ...... ..... ...
.d 1 .. .......... .... pit er........... l:Qa ...... ?.C+ *
I C 0 8 'P --......... Jen en ......... .
; .... .. tut ........ : ....
o 75..... p "........ e a Hob eSound..... .. 4: ......
.... 091C5p "..... F rt Laudon n le. ....... 7 i ......
S 57p ......... Lemou City .......... .. ;LB ...... 0
S 1006p .. Miami............ Iv t0 f.

lo BHulret sParlor Cars on 1'ram s 3. a nd 78.
No.28 No21 N No19,No;io.15 If, X 4,, 1-.N,, 2tP-o SNO-:
"You can fool all the people some yD tly Dai y Daily Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. 1Daily Daily nl)v Dalai)
of the time, and some of the L, p 5OOp 0or W Lv .....luki .... r .i..... Art- p |--
people all the time; but you i *t4r (ep 20tpio2Sa "- .......So..TJa.k-i.vinie.......Lv 6.1v5 :t37,,-7),i.-, 542p *O
:O1030p 724p 55 i 2iop 1I I Of. ..... Pabtoi l. eh h..........- ?%ht, t a t01 1" ) i51lo p 849P
can't fool all the people all the 0 ti 1 p IM 545p 2451).1 n A....i.. e Beach ........ |i ,a -1. l ,' p 5 0t p 8
time."n 1o p 4 1 i 8 t21 Ar ..M p. rt .. -. I 7 4:L I4. 2 4 pi 82~1
o.5 No.NoJ No.1 o4, ,, ......PALATKA BRANCH Nf.. .4;,, 4, ., .... ,-
WE DON'T want you fooled I -ALADil "!aly Daily .iy Da i- -..iv -D..I)iI. ailyDO
any oft tF--,6n. 7,ao1 I
any of the time. e0pi ftl 4S5p 125piI153a 7.'5an Ar .East Palatka..Lv 71,, 7 'P l:'o~n I 0 ,> l -,)p *I
Low priced paint will always fool you. DailDail SAN MATEO BRANCH.
It may look well when first put .p 6 .Lv ............................ -East Palatka................... Ar -', T-
on but will not last. It coSts M 640s|Ar as.... Ma., tv 1=ge
much to put on a poor paint as yo. i :1 ORANGE CITY o.e ; i li 41N 1 SA- H
DailYD~i_- Sy BRASDaily Daily Daily SANFORID BR ANCH.\'D@W
it does a good one. -u ex.sn BRANCH. ,'ex..n ex.Sn IExu Su
i 80P0'10ov .N.Sews mrna .Ar-25Ul.p 56.P i 7a Tit Lv iii........... ArlT
THE 441l)11 .. .IAke Helen.. Lv lip 4 40p, .....7... MinI ........... Lv I P
THE 5)pllasi .OrangeCity... 105p; 424p 833a ..... .(>, I ......... IIA
SU4 XUp 11 46 Ar Orange City Jc. 1 0oopi 4 15p .hal "...... .Enj-terpri,........... 11m
SHERWIN-WILL AN 1 1 9 s'Ar .. nford .......... "Ill


I-I q[TheseTimeTables show the time -at which trains may I- expected to arriv, and depart
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure :at thU tiiin-i4 st.it,'- i- not guaraa
teed nor doe the O iupany hold itself responsible for any dely or any couse.quene arig-
are made to fool no one. They in ttwefrom
are honest Paints for honest peo- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
ple: They cover most, look best, TEA HIP CONNECTIONS AT HA .
wear longest, are most economic.
cal, and always full measure. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

Bingham & Maley.

A. Ceci Barnett,
Stenographer and Typewriter
copying g and] Manifiilling i Sipwialty.

Leave Miami Mondays and Fridayv. ...11 01 pm Leave Havana WeIs. and S:turdavi....ll 0am
Arrive KeyWest Tues.and katurtays 33 pmn Arrive Key WeV-t We Is. and ati,.4" 7 OR P
Leave Key We.t Tues. and Saturdayj 9 i4Upm Leave Key W,-t Thus anl St un.- 1... 130PI
Arrive Havana Weds. and Mondays.. 5 f am Arrive Miami Fridays and M,nday yi.... 5 00
For copfot local time card address any Agent.
J. D. RAHNUR, Amat. Oen. Pas. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE. 1LA


* '

e.eese*maeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeernee ma.. ease moo

At am* Pan-American Exposition.





Ist Raws W

Wi Imo roBELcTRic aSA rSaarT

('Full supply of all kinds of eletrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Special Attention to Marie Work.

SeMiaotM BalMia, Daytma., Fls.

Daytona Ice Co.
Wm. WIcKINO, Manager.

- -

Pio im ~ sh1 babeIS uw

caes pe. It's gapteed.

Sold yDr J ..Jm


Made from Distilled Water.


NEmplos, St. DOu

Magnolia Avenue and Railoead

Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt wrvice.
Office, Ikoston Barlber Shop.

Plhone 77.


S'thone 11.




Protect on-hards. gardens, cottons,
Oa, totlwmavo. cucumbers. tomatoes.
Sod all other fruits and vegetable from
.e ravages of inmet#> without the nw of
poison or spray. Send $1 .00 for sample
rap by mail.
Add res J. B. SUTTON. Seedsman.

)ailai. Fla.

see local notice in another column.


Rob Klutz has Imen slightly indis|oosed
7 for the past few days.
Harry Wilson is painting tlie residenme
of H. H. Strother on Seabreeze Ave.
Joe Tomlinson has accepted a position
Z ap clerk in the store of W. A. Baggett.
T. S. DIkrsey and wife returned to
isinjeville on Friday after a plea.anit
@y on the eiahi.
Another pretty cottage it in ouiriwe of
election at the corner Eof Glenview Boule
vard and Valley St.
W. Herrick. who was injured last wwek
by a falling lixht#,r, is again in tevi hi,,i-.
with th sv ; .iil. ln iiiiiiiir.
Mr. Strother has a for-'ie of men at
work Iudilding an addition t(o tlhe ,.lt-
tag ownedl ty Mr. liillieloio.
Sidney Ilaigh has had all of his avail-
able teams lutisy tlie past w4v.k hauling
dirt to fill in at tlhe head of cenan oule-.-
m d when-r it joins tlhe bridge. Work (ni
the bridge is pl-ogiesinlg finely.
Our old friend. Ralph T. Butler. is iii
S.abrevea- looking .afte-r his pll|-rt y at
this point. Mr. Bulttler will lha'. tlheI
first of tlw coniinga week for the, North.
We hope to i you again this f.ll Mr.
The Junior Ep,\orth I-eague- of tli Methodist Episc'o;pal Cihun-h. n.ilahriiee.
will hold a lawn som-ial .at Mr-. Ste plh-in
Smith's on Valle-y St. A lii-r timl- for
the Juniors is Iet-itig |Imlotd. M1iilnh.
evening. Aug. 26'. I'II.
Jas. A. Itag.rtt atnd wif., have departe-ol
for their new honie. on Indian river. at
.f Georgiana. Jim. with s loiisehold
goods. left Tuesday morning to go ioy
water in Al (airter's sloopl. Mrs. Bag-
gett followed Wednesday liy rail.
Edward Fitzgesnld. Jr.. of Jasper. Fla..
has a-eptedl the- position of fon-mian in
Me Wilmans publishingg House. Mr.
* 4 FF eralld arrived last Thursolay aftr-
noon and will assume iha:ive of the-
jprinting departmitelIlt nEx|t Molnilnay immorni-
hiMlThe Gerlmani giv-in bly4'lailon 'iilnn it i
Monday. tlhe daic- by the lBr-akers t on
''Tuesday. tiw progressive eiiulinr bly the
Seside Inn oin WtWedn-sday. llhe Pavilion
dance on Thursday and the- grmill amin-
nual ball on Saturday have ImadeII this
week full enough Eof fun to suit eveni tIm
S most exalting of our tourists.




Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.

eeoI oe.*************e. I lthii'ig is :it its lest tnow. Theater

S G. P Ballough Co, "' i"' ""oiille.
(Est.llisl 1s2.) lare, ce Nash and family, with
PLUMINI;. G\s I-ITTING. ( laldys aidl Flhtchier Ste wrt, their
STEA:M ;I a Gl IHOT W)Tl K gra:tiilf1iilidrn-i. are- occupying Mrs.
I IETIINi;. = Martin'ls cvtta gE- during tihie heated
C Lo.i'ATi:n IN .A.isOimt liL .li ;. pilti t1 l Sinii er.
A. A. I,. I-. oih Morai:towi). Ind., had
to ge t op p u ru w.-lv ti, iii,. in the night
('apt. lliit. of Tiit ,.ii vill is no-w at ajwl Ihil ,,ev, bacai,..-hi. aini- d hainS in
the rakek-rs., the kiudn,.y-. \Wa i Mr. aniid Mrs. WilsoIn. of Jaciksonvil. niPVy im- in. It'% gDilra;iite<- d. Dr. J. M.
have takiik n ro' mslli p tI M r. tSilliglt.s. .* li,,.
II. F. K'eiit. f .a .iifoo l. visie.l ,,ih-- "i The Hre ker. gave a party on Wed-
friendiis it 'N (:i.E.. tak*iviig ini tlh, lie dali%.y \i,. .at tihe, ]Paviliion which
dai t- N t Si Ni-::e Iha i ii ti-e evlniiiig. at il.l i t y inot only tli folks
IG. W .iat-kson. of ]i..st .-. i- rgi--,.r fr 111 t dif li t l otli ot.s nndl cot-
at .S4.isih1 Iqili. H,. i.s i ,l;! ;, -i ( t ., hi"t Ia1-.so i iiilh r of Daytona
his lir, liItr v ililtern-.ts in Ll i :i,;n1 po 11l,,. r M .. Il.tvitl-.>ii ,ii usual (iid
ItIh hilill. fl or nt ti e piio.
Mrs. W. W. ( arter. Mrs. Alli'Ilar-
ris and Mrs. Ellonewoooid cllodill- i 11 t NVIot Wolo'i; oli ;aH.
friend,. at tMeailtrn.z on W E't-dli -daly. I "l!;,: Ih Iin lit!i, ilil"r.i \\'ri taken
1" i lt \\ hi.'.'.ii,_ ,ii,-,' "\\ ri'ii,'- M rs. 0 .
There are over 24 Elf I(le go.oil iiol-e i:. |illl 1 il I iil il,. I11. A ,-riaIl
ple o(f I)le allitl l<, aut thi Br.-.akers. i.. f li il Ill. -nall
MAlost of0 tlh.iin iave 14 n t l r li,r i 1o1 \\o i,
IiE kl. ii o Ii: l i :111 'a. \ 'l Il I '. ;a il 1 orlt i .s l ill. -
Weeks. I.,. .I. M..I, .
M rs. N. Artillil is sto ingsin 5 Oiiu ig t l lt hc i' lii .*iti r E.l lit ,. MI'r- -. II. I c, E 'lieri' ir.'- .-or Iof the
at Seaollli-ts*7 ,. M Ar lilhl l.,ks ;liist r:il ,i :i ,, t li li-r cliilMlreli's
lilopyv iag in. piat 'rtv at t !i r lli' -ker's pavilion
'liir liv h'flay at iorii,0oii. Not itonly tl.e
"I.each ]louei W,' is tilling; wxv-r-mil ir- litl,, ti,,lt. I,i t the r folks
rivai's this \\' -k. M r-. ll ii ,>niili l 'o f.-r. so. ,.ii.li to iinjo.y ll he fea .st l.-t be lfore
reliti tli e- ro. nllii- ,lo th. a \i- t i,- if th. tliii T,. :vil1 ti, lli oI,..?..oE E lii M r.
hoit.el .t. iiis. e.,.'iie,. r- ....,-r ga'i ve a;way 8 35
lunnier savys thalil T. IF. WhViilten limall m !,l<'1 teo t lih. children which
will soNl hi ave a ni e\\ store rioii for tiatlc,. I!, -1i'rrollill iiil .iti4osplhtere'
hIis gr.-rvey lrlisiiins-. w' l*ill~ s i.. likenha liler -ihopl. Tlis is thl second
crasintigr -i .natly. i !iilrli'ci party givi llthis season by
Mrs. Klc-e.rl.,-r'.Er itil tihe children
S nford, s.T.I .:.N bln' v mi. ]l_ of the li-i ilil "heid l ls-lit i delighlt-
Samnfeird, i mi Ecu Nli ur,,n a v te s ieiiel ,a
few" weeks. Ialtliil'l i1l tisliiiig. This hiir.
not their lirst vi-it tio pa.iihreez... A.\ln .exce tioiiiall\ v pleh;isa t .-cilil event

.A lle rt Il't i .ne .tt. n ife. illidl In so rv.1. visi- 't i' I if iii ll il I i g
to rs ilrot liavtoni i teo Se;,ile Inni last, iai. giv-,li hev Mr. i l -. il. 1. ,'itco -
wteek. ThIe.v i.is.l l' lthe. ppoiilentsI l .v zl .
of lth new hotel illn a vir fi'iiillv w;y Ov oe lih ll u>-l-. in n. the il't-
-li].ir-s aid.cl otiheir hliotel-. tl, oi l.iri't ill tilth
M II. P' .-k aile wife ain- s..,iulinl" a i f,.,i ii ii,.-. ;'ai .]s \\, i in lilnged ini-uniitil
fewv \\t.eks i; .S.,;,-i.- Iin. t r i.la i;i bin tim ,,i,.|',ie tlhiO.i iti,' t iiiil ili.ia i'i still l
iis tel cil irii/,, liolti,,- ire.o i'ts ;ii. l ti.i!'s i r t Ii,.e sc.i;i] lui, I,, ot li. s rllins iof lth
it easi.r thln goilig to ilhe mountil initi s. ~,aii .i'i.-ilsi,,tci ( ir. li,. tl i iii. l t led hIy
M rs V. l.l Il o ai'. ol Siiifio l!. .i ils Mr. Miri-l a M.1 i, F'it. -hi. Thli foIur
hlr timth e skotlhii in. l enl.trtininiii h r hi- l.h r .,i i il.ie- ilt-i l, r i I h lie eiihr, prizes
frit\elds \\itlh pianom iii i,.-. Il-r citili- \vh ir, Mlr-s. 'hiifi'l-r MisT is TZeighlr. Mr.
siansni for dihl -;ia ln brings l0.r i i,-re e r |III.ii o \\-r ;ein. l ai Mi.i Zijle '. TuIe tist-ful
f(W. r. i,.'o-ill ii -viiW, iiii ,'l' l sMi .i-i \'isitoii of
M I -. i I Ian e).-.\ \\' -.' \-- te' illin arti-ti,
Louis IltesIiiiti( .-t uiitl l" iuiil.\. .f ir',it- e -] ,ii r I\iii. n:. \\ ,i, li. 0 th' l li1nliVy e-.oni-
lairl 'i r nk ai- n f I iii ell .h i fl l.- Seil l- jh lirien is ll; islli hi..-to ile 'l l -he ilorcl es-

-oast. 1IMrs. lit.ll, ii.thli,,r of ir-s. 1;,- ,.i.it.Il The' \\ :iriii \,-i iigin ini)tde- t, h

The optrlm i bali i at this l point will l:e sFi4inl1..i., is Ii .ii
enacted without furthe-rdleli. Mr. Mro.4 e- .Fre,.-E.ri]. Sh ei,.il;.-"r aild wife.
ha tlile ontraut- for lniildinug tiI-...itl-ru wltei have- l.e-4.-i \oxi-itiii-,% with th.-ir
ure and will put a fotnve oEf iUme.i toe work slaughter. Mr-. I:. E.. Stark-.v. for
at on( v. It is ti dI e si ., lo --i \ e,',1.. r itttie--iho l to h th irn
cerned to have, th hbuildin.Pi emilete-dl in aollna iii s (it'v. I ir I.. no,Ic thvir
Uine for tlhe coninig Mlintail 4- ien ive- Colin.
mention to lew i eld here on No ve i iier .- Tihe- Iult- r Iittt l.toil ., rioui],..,- f:,Im Ilie
On Tuesday last Mrs. Rob Klutz awill Ilstl-r e i: t is I,:i y i,.,i z' e,.
Mrs. A. C. Barnett weint over ito)lii.yton:ia. so gat is the chi-ln-g for -the Iei,'. A
to Pay good bvye to Mattie Slpiarks-. Mrs. little ilon.xy mt iel a I t of t.n h,.
Barnetts sister. whAo left on time ailt-er- Iex"nd,1"t i ike ti ,l suininr
noon train for lle North. Miss Spa irk-, lnle.
goes to visit relatives in Ne-w Jer-ey ainl MSr. Shnffiter'- new cotiale- "lhiel a
will remain until next spring. Stoplio-l i Wee. is onEli leof tlite iost tolliiipfete tHind
en route at St. Augustine- to visit friends tasty at Se rze-. Mi-s. Sliaffilne is fut-
for a day or so. nimols foir !:'.'l! t l>ineo attra-'tive anml
Stag parties anr beI o mie' iili l uite- a fI.l. i ir ui :ii., ,,',e, -;i!. to lh rself a nil
Last Wednesdaiy another, i onesist.ing f friene,.
Mr. Kochbel rgp-er. Jiiul <;Gn-eni ii.1 Hw i.\%.,,. ,,. r, i,
little son and theii fri-lnd Mr. < a rst. is.i .t tpi -, i -
oe Ocala. went up li, Tolimokai i time- thinr tiia nl strht ilk .- 1: :.. t ..l
YankeeDoodle. Arriving at Thlpliilson s I.i i f swity n r., th- it-I b ili ,k I.
Creek. near the mouth of old Tomoka." will ali .. s leie- iz.. a -li.iu i;t.-lmill. i
after a light hlun-h. as fishing was the Most rshiit citt i.
object they itunedliately cominien'ed.
Judgp had the first strike aiiit. lucky F. F E-.tlReedr, a lrmiiiititi diiL--
creature, landedI tl ftirnst fishl. ]inner gist of W'l'aik.i. is lspliiin : f,.w
hoar approaching. Mr. Kocll-hrsjoeirgr. weeks on tih .- Ihe-h witi lihi wvile.
leaving the other teo oitinuentheirh lik. He is imnich taktken with iour ri.-ort
nion had so mie of the caitc -li uttering t and wants It lioiim nilioii0.st 11-. M is.
and sending forth deitliious illEors. front Reteder is a pini-t and hain favored
the gasoline stove nearby. Now. its illn Seaside lili people with sole li il,
old saying tlhait "too nuiany oeiks spoi. select iolns.
the broth." and so it nerl proved in rs.ran .hinr one of
this case. captain n thought nson e a s i -
-rau kers would ie an iniiirovenii tl i. anl'. chl ,-e t n t tim aili, friw .
visits the Sfii'ile I l n to i p.<' enptr'l.
Judge presunedwl green lMppiwrs might l e Is thie. h, N-1 it-tn, .ti- ert.
bept, so to make sure they put in both rs. i rii i
._ -_ .. ., ,_ house for fHv 'ars. iwVi Ti> -e''.il

Mr. loetiersperge-r iiaddettEi int1 iioll
es chopped tfie. It began to look
rather ueby this time. ani Mr. CIar-
"8, the vpicure. who had hithe--rto said
nothing. noiw gently insiluatedl that fish
was all right by itself, buit ugh" sucli a
mizture wat too mniu-h for his digestion.
However, the stew was asaignile the
place of honor. and as neither cloth nor
knives and forks wore in evidence, news-
papers and fingers served quite well in

fall. le.ur w.i
recovery ainel I
away from In
I wita Ni rs. S'ii
-I iI

rill -riie!-i r. 1 i-- a .t h-r
ier alilsiity to ii a ; -It r"'t
i n t ir s \ L : s

Sl'Iirs' "hiii in i t ei 'iirtIr" ;a I eliiin-tive ;- tI
I eIo piiizzai ITh'. iiiaZiii;,a-lin-i. t (of tl ,
'ilhlorirnliur li, l, .MMr. IKoi r.~~. erg're-r. \r. Spoiniglhr a8i
'.,, liin l i;ill. all viin \vil ti lih oth iier
,to Iian1k-' I I, v' i ll ll ;t Sllri'e --.

A Summer's Trip at Little Cost.

A Pi1ir-iaI ii o I- tsilh l eix, iiur-ion %will
le. '.r- .Ia k-ik' ii ,ll- ;iN 7: Ii p. i .. Saitulr-
LiL.y niiiii.,. S.' t.'n b .r 7. taikiiig in
t 1.v.-l% i 'l1. T .,,h .t I. 1: tr it tIh i 'iin-
A nil' i iii In ;,i'.---t il li ;i Ii i l Niligal ra i
I'.i!-. uilil Li .ay t sior n l.,i ilt- ol i tii,-lrest.
Ti,,d L u,,u,. l ni,, hrAi t h z.ti .
l|lt ;llli i., ,ll l lili a.; ail i 1 1 It ( ll.'Altt l-
|;i, -.:.i. t ill a, l ei gli t i l ii.'n low S .'

Ij 1,. .I i it' 1 .. I --n a. i tlov -: .it-ire4 l O.I
f,,l' :I,I 'I il. ;!l ,] ini i:-'l lso s,-'-I uire' I-p i'-",.
'it li.h in i .'. .. i, i.. r I'ullniiai i sle-,epin\ g
;ir l' ilii .l 1 l -i ,, I hi l e ii:el,- act o nl te..
'Tin- u :i i;i nal- I-'-a'i\ I t0' th f. la i rg1 st
" ll l l "T :m ,'-1 1 1 ~ l -,,llil.\ 'llll ,l'l'0i tO i r.
:- \\'ell I- iti ,' th ;i. s--' th lait w ill Iet
,ill-.itil irl in tili- t i,, ei nlii h- y oear.iu nd
\\ i :l in .lIln ., r, i --.'int :l \ .. il I 'loril:i
| i'*r- ,> Ali| ,' 0,1h,';!;--. Ili.'l li.V >'o l1iit li0. o f

l il i. I t t.ri
sh- '' -I' V to o

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T,,y 1 ," ; i: ir T o

ri. Ii.; I .y Florida
,.i.- r, r i.

Mr. and Mrs. VW. II. ,-ath. of llly L O -f1,
Hill entertaiicA at nullmber if the-ir li ,i Local Overflow.
St. John's River friewils in a launhlie'
party on \lWednesday. Aimiong tiho part y 1 l
invited wen' Mr. and lm -s I: l.i-d r. i '. a lIt'.
W elakn. Mr. n dl Mrs. .Ed' in Kir-hy. i ,. ,,: i ;:: ;.i\

Hotel Coquina,

I ..

,I -ar su' k-e e -e .... "

Offices and Yards: Bast Coast Railway AnJ Om AuH

Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, valley of the om .
cut the bunches of grapes into small baskets, carr tm th *t
tance and fill large baskets holding near ioo poud TMhn-t
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and plaited straw kat ft
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off in single file dow tae 0
god winding paths and flights of steps to large vats, wheret ct"
are mashed for wine. The soil containing a large amount aof ireq.


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Speer's Port Grape and Burgundy Wines
are made from the same grapes grown on an eastern mountain slopm
in Passaic valley, New Jersey, the soil also abounding in iron produced
the real Blood.making, Life-preserving Wines of the World
-the old, original Port wine grape of Portugal. No other win-oi
equal these for invalids, weakly persons and the aged. None put iu
market until nine years old. Foa SALE BY Druggists and Grocers. 1
Also the P. J. Sherry, Burgundy, Socialite, Claret vin. 188s, and
Climax Brandy vin. 1878, all used extensively in Hospitals and among
the Medical faculty as the best to be obtained. The unfermimtea
Grape Juice is extensively used in New York churches for communioqi

East Coast of Florida.

Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While it
offers all the delights of the sea-shore, it is only ten minutes walk, or five minutes
by horse car, from the orange groves and palm shaded walks on the banks of the
Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station, being connected with it
by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lemon, orange, and rare tropi-
.al fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, ocean, surf-bathing and fine
fishing. The climate is delightful, and is beneficial in cames of overwork or nervous
Will open about time first of June, but will he in a position to take carerof guests
after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $8 to 112 per week. 48
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Florida.



"Savannah Line."


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I Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

tifax THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. I
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Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at Chiarieston. S. C.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Diric-t S--rvire Be twos-n
(Callini at Charlihl-ton IBoth WVays.
Southbound......... From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
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Between Jacksonville and Sanford
IL.I'E Sl'RI ;1 iin l Int.rrin,'li; to Lan;ii;Zd : on ST. .OIHIINS RIVER.
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Admired by Educated and Influential

Wheii such men as Ben Harrison, editorial writer of the Time.s-
Union and Citizen. of Jacksonville, Fla., and John N. Rogers, County
Superintendent of the Board of Education, of Sandersville, Ga., do
voluntarily declare the Franklin to be the most practical and dura-
ble of all standard machines. and that they would use no other,
then it must have superior qualities. The writing is visible without
lifting the carriage. The mechanism is )o simple that a child can
learn it. No trust combine controls the price. Therefore you can
buy it for $75, on terms to suit your pocketbook.
Good second-hand Franklins for $25, and upwards.
Your inquiries by mail, or in person, will receive courteous and
pronrpt attention.
General Southern Agent,

No. 27 New St., Charleston, S. C.
173 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.

Tonsorial Parlor
W. A. BEA DER, Proprietor.

Strictvly First as








maIC S m .


you N* N I waY ytbfto MY
S.e tnlyo Mr. wkaey* 'p-t 1 to
s ,oemst ina Delad I un j ation
of his eadmetWard -Pleading
mestesmtig er mOes on his
S sn behalf. Well, 1 simply have
S ai to my: The st" that Mr. tark-
ey wrte for publiation Is your pa-
per lamstM o is not the speteh Mr.
lorkey made to the Court in De-
land, as the presiding judge, Hon.
L A. teWrt, Informed me in an
Interview during the past week, and
of eowee Judge Stewart ought to
know; at any rte I for one prefer to
rely on what the judge says than
upon the word of Mr. Starkey.
Mr. Starkey's paper from first to
last teems with pervertion of facts.
His lungenioi appeal to the religious
i dling of the community will carry
S Utldweight. I have been a life-long
stadent of religion, the religion of
all esuntries, as well as history, -and
I have drawn from this the conclu-
S isiu that all religious have tended
S toward the suliin t of mankind.
The Christian religion especially, in
to sM t w. omand yeaw of his-
O ry, boomw a tremendous factor
S i im huana destiny toward a
.A,' d of all the peoples and
S aeset man. I have no quarrel
with the Chr Ua religio, nor Jave
-!. I M oe wrd agaonmt it at any
Moe, In or out of Seahreese. The
g t that I negotiated to place two of
my ohl2m in at the Stetson Univer-
o y at DelATad, a Christian institu-
ona wile there week before last, is
a uoisiet replyto Mr. Starkey.
What I do maintain, however, Is
tB: that there are people who
SO B religion and are active in
eh l Iastitatuons who use this as
a sleek to perpetrate the meanest
Sd meet contemptible deeds im-
nIwIable. For this hprever neither
bhuremh er Christianity is to blame
S Permit me nw to ask a question:
If "the difBeulty is settled" by fine
4 court and imposition of cost.
Why was It reopened again in the
Daytgos papers by the publication
Se stao f as Mr. Starkey wrote
Syeur paper. Why don't Daytona
permit OUIn Searekome to deal with
th ease In our own way? Surely
i eo eentuaation of this thing can
S beamet naether Daytona nor Sea-
0tme.8. We are at present engaged
Seeding out process and I would
tsat that the eltizens on both
aides of the river, who have the wel-
tre of the community at heart, clasp
hands for mutual co-operation.
Yours cordially,

Use Basser Salve, the great healer.
It's gumaasteed for cuts wounds, so
p ss eall skin disease. Use no sub-
S te. Dr. J. M. Jon.


Eun emeNmwNew:
T I ustI-ss of eabreese District
ko.41 wL- as lsfows: Dr. E. E. Day-
ta, C. P. Laid and A. & Harroun; C.
P. Lad ixnid and George Michael
aspId 1to a plss, who came for-
ward a d cwed his appointment,
-tine iinb a himesMf with the
beari. sm. Miehei died causing a va-
NOW SO the hard. Now here comes
hm. bchiningq to he appointed
e.Is muSmmorU at this late day
two matlSfter bb appointment,
S aags to Ti Dvis to Peninsula
DOmN a as lam of news. Now oil-
| Wt e do not know whether Mr.
b ngm-isappebatedornot. I do not
Wthm00ISaoheriama in the dis.
but w~atn a pointment would
6M torwad an idestiled him-
0 li tth bear, which would have
i em~nMMS and g"ntlemanly thing
i New what has Mr. Burgman
SM eabeBs mwer itimated by word
hisU"sBaappewatmt, nor has the
SW er motAed us officially
o is a member of our
m. t is the portion; we
10 wn gPs e o in the matter.
-. bt bast Mr. Burgiman called
p u Mr. I tloam, and in a rather in-
i ma l r pmseded to take the
deter to tak hr e ins of omission
Iand -nimi
at- pfoM4ad to call upon
L Rummumaeomapnied by a body
S ud W nch Mld Up in front of the
hom wit ea supporting distance.
nw e D m ll l ea forward and
Whad I Mr. Hlarroa lived there? He
k y alwormed that Msuc was the
S U e B(ir. nO mma) taa procueded
a toy down t law. Well, Mr. Har-
a hbadto show a &mek aad humble
dt hr doSa't you em that Mr. Burg-
*ma'somamadig and majestic bear.
a. mportd by his staiwart body
~ Nwaed k uad him hel his one-
1 m MIIr.V Dqaa asked him some
qml hatsws ho W heIwK give him
m etl amswa truthfully, without
O quioseat or denmial.
*Vw. Mr. -a8@a, we the board wish
to St a your that ylb to the ground
a weI wM aut molgniS you ofeially
N yAoua u PrWo Tly vouched for by the
Sb1W ard at Is#and. We will not
~ 7Q 90 pporbd word, pleas
n*1md*SLt Now this will he pub-
' dd ed W I ~O tait to generous pub-
Islre-a-sto-. Awn-CCLT.

(basahw rega r ing theioregoing
0I1PORM E WiIsitht Dr. ytoU .

M. H. Iad, the weathy and In.
elatal ea aen of Crescent City
whowlth his wife is topping At
Sehmldt's Villa, went to the Inlet in
Slaumeh Thunrday and returned
with most every specimen of fish to
be found in the waters.

Those who live on farms are liable to
may accidental cuts, burns and bruises,
ic heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
Liniment is promptly applied. Prime 25
and 50 eta. Dr. J. M. Jones.

S. .Orm.ond...

Al Chapman had the misfortune to fall
and break his leg.
Mrs. James Carnell and children went
to Daytona Tuesday.
The bridge tender's family have moved
into the Stewart cottage on Central Ave.
Last Wednesday Mrs. Wash Watson
and daughter. Miss Mary, went to Day-
Mr. Waldron's father, mother and
younger brother, from near Palatka, anr
here for a short visit.
A gentleman arrived last week and has
eommenced the manufacture of palmetto
brushes of many kinds. We wish him
surces in thi new enterprise.
N. W. Pitts, one of Ormond's early
settlers, and later the owner of Pitta Is-
land, had a .severe paralytic stroke last
week, but be is improving slowly. Mr.
and Mrs. Pitts are staying at Mr. Fran-
cis' during the warm weather. They
have the sympathy of everyone here.

Wm. Finn of Lima, 0., obtained ex
excellent reults from the use of Foley's
Kidney Cure. "It relieved my backache
and severe pain over the hips. It toned
my system and gave me new vim and
energy. It is an honest and reliable
remedy. a sure cure for all kidney dis-
eases." Dr. J. M. Jones.

An ALt Per a Pet.
One of the queerest little pets ever
seen is the tame ant belonging to a well
known selentist This man keeps tribes
of ants In nests which he has made
himself and feeds them with honey or
sugar through a tube that connects
with the nests. One day he saw that
one of the ants kept coming into the
tube to eat up the honey In the glass
bulb at the end. When he took out the
cork that closed the bulb, the Insect
came to look for the food. and be offer-
ed It some honey on the point of ai
needle, says the New York Tribune.
The ant shrank back at first, theu
drew nearer, feeling about with Its an-
tenne. until It reached the needle
Soon it learned to take the honey ofr
Its keeper's finger, although ants are
among the most timid of living things.
and a new odor or the least movement
outside their nests usually drives these
little Insects away.
This ant Is now so tame that It quits
the bulb as soon as the cork to removed
and goes to find the honey on the sci-
entist's finger. When Its meal Is over.
It does not try to hurry away, but
waits till Its master lifts it on a bristle
and carries It back to its nest.
A Rattlesmk. Story.
In "Life and Sport on the Pacific
Coast," Horace A. Vachell relates one
of his narrow escapes from a friend's
bullet: "My cousin and I had been
camping and hunting for several days
nla a sort of paradise valley. One day.
during a long ride on horseback, we
bad seen a great many rattlesnakes
and killed a few, an exceptional ex-
perience. That night my cousin woke
up and saw. by the light of the moon, a
big rattler crawling across my chest.
He lay for a moment fascinated, hor-
rer struck, watching the sinuous curves
of the reptle.
"Then he quietly reached for his six
shooter, but he could not see the rep-
tile's bead. and he moved nearer, noise-
lessly, yet quickly, dreading some
movement on my part that should pre.
Cepltate the very thing be dreaded, and
then be saw that it was not a snake at
all-only the black and yellow stripe of
my blanket, which gently rose and fell
as I breathed. Had he fired-well. It
might have been bad for me. for be
confessed that his hand shook."
Nd Supersntltl.
Many of the negro superstitions In
Kentucky are quite Interesting. An
old philosopher told me with great
gravity: "If you want peppahs to grow.
you must git mad. My old 'oman an
me had a spat, an I went right out
an planted my peppahs. a, n they come
right up." Still another saying Is that
peppers to prosper must be planted
by a redheaded or by a high tempered
The negro also says that one never
sees a jaybird on Friday, for the bird
visits his satanic majesty to "pack kin-
dling" on that day. The three signs
In which negroes place Implicit trust
are the well known ones of the ground
bog's appearing above ground on the
2d of February. that a boe must not be
carried through a house or a death will
follow and that potatoes must be plant-
ed In the dark of the moon as well as
all vegetables that ripen in the ground
and that corn must be planted In the
light of the moon.
Lewd BSthe 0Gutlloetle.
The most eccentric action of an eccen-
tric man was Lord Southey's cool ar-
rangement for suicide by means of a
guillotine. He had a magnificent oie
erected In the drawing room of his
bouse ln the Rue du Luxembourg at
Paris. The machine was of ebony In-
laid with gold and silver, the frame-
work carved with artistic skill, the
knife, sharp as a rasor. was of polished
and ornamented steeL Preparing for
death. his lordship had his hair cut
eclse, and. clothed la a robe of white
k, he keeled upon the platform


It was after dinner, and they were
dittng over the coffee discussing spirit-
vsllsm, Mrs. Melville being an earnest
believer in the second sight displayed
a she averted, by the pltachette. She
had been repeat Its woadere to them
ta her most convincing manner.
"Well, I think It's all rot," drawled
George lgie.
"It's not," said Mrs. Melville quickly;
"is it, Jim r
Her husband, a large, good tempered
but annoyingly placid man, looked up
from his paper.
"I don't know, my dear." he said,
cautiously. "I dare say there's some-
thing In It. you know." And he re
asumed his paper. They all laughed ex-
cept Mrs. Melville, who said pettishly:
"Jim, you are too absurdly cautious for
anything. But you believe la It, Billy,
don't you?' she continued, turning to
the man sitting near her.
"My dear lady, they say seeing sla be-
lieving. I have never seen-ergo, I can-
not believe."
Mrs. Melville stretched out her hand
to the bell. "Mary," as the maid
opened the door, "bring a tray and s
glass, please."
"Here's the tray," interrupted Billy.
"Where will you have It, Mrs. MelvlUel
Here?" as she put It on a small table.
"Yes, that will do; upside dow%,
please. Thanks. And the gassm'
"George has it:" said Billy.
"I was Just making sure It was
empty. Mrs. Melville." replied George
In answer to her look.
"Very welL Let's begin. Who will
try with me? Will you. B Uly
"I should be charmed," he answered.
"If you will show me the way."
"Oh, It's easy enough," said Mrs. Mel-
ville. "You see-why, we haven't got
the letters!"
"The post isn't In yet." remarked
"Really." said Mrs. Melville, "your
witticisms are most terribly wearying.
"Yes." assented Billy. "You might
give us a rest. Can I help your' be
said to Mrs. Melville. who was rum-
maging In her desk for the letters.
"No. thanks: I've got them. Now,
you see. we put them round the tables-
so." And In a most Impressive silence
she solemnly placed the letters round
the edge of the tray. "There!
"Now that's done." she said at last.
"Billy." she went on. "sit down there
and put your fingers on the glass as I
do." And she mat down opposite him.
"Well?'" Inquired (;eorge.
"Will some one please ask a ques-
tion?' said Mrs. Melville In a solemn
Nobody volunteered any remark.
"Jim." she continued, raising her
"Ask the glass a question."
"Oh, all right." He put down his
paper and sauntered over to the table.
"What sort of question?" he said.
"Oh. anything! Only be quick."
"Well-er-which horse will win the
Eclipse stakes? That do?"
"WelL" said George. "If the glass can
tell us that. It's cleverer than most
"You must keep quiet. George," said
Mrs. Melville wearily, "or how can we
do anything?"'
Amid a breathless silence the glass
moved jerkily about the tray and finally
stopped at 2.
"There's no horse entered that begins
with 2," said George cheerfully.
"But perhaps." demurred Mrs. Mel-
ville, slightly abashed by the failure,
"this ghl.ss doesn't know about racing."
"Try a champagne glass," suggested
George. "They are usually to be found
at races."
"My good George." said Mrs. Mel-
ville, who was evidently annoyed by
his skepticism. "If you will persist in
being funny, how can you expect us to
do a serious thing like this"
"I don't know. I'm sure," answered
"Look here. George," said Jim. "do
keep quiet and give the wife a chance.
Let's try again. Look here. Will It
rain tomorrow?"
Very slowly the glass approaches Y,
hesitates, and then edges toward N.
"English weather seems to perplex
It," said Jim. "Ah!" as the glass stops
at N, "now we're getting on. Good!"
The glass rushes across and stops

at T.
"Hellor cried George. "SomethlngI
wrong there. It doesn't seem to work,
somehow, does It. Jim?"
"No." admitted Jim. reluctantly; "It
certainly doesn't as yet."
"How can you expect It to predict the
weather?" said Mrs. Melville, angrily.
"Do ask It something sensible. You
try, George."
"Me?" said George. "Oh, all right.
'Who's the cleverest person In the
room? "
The glass stops at J.
"That's Jim," said Billy.
The glass moves on to 0.
"At last." sighed Geoige. "It's found
a vowel." "And another," as the glass
stops at E. "Why, It's actually made
a word-'Joe.'"
"There!" said Mrs. Melville. trium-
"Splendid." said Billy.
"But, by the way." asked Jim, "is
there anybody called Joe In the room?"
"No." answered Billy. ruefully; "I
never thought of that."
"Never mind." said Jim: "'it's made
a word, at any rate. Try the sur-
The glass goes In quick succession to
D. J. T. K. D. "Apparently a Rus-
sian." murmured George.
"Oh. I give it up!" said Mrs. Mel-
ville. pettishly. "It's impossible to do
things unless people believe In them."-

Ja. t;. Anihertof, Della. 0.. write-4: *I
had an obstinate sore on my face which
everything else failed to heal. After
one application of Banner Salve it began
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all the



from a



UeMby Dr. J. M. Jews&.

Week beginning Aug. 25, 1901.



a. ni.

Sunday.............................. 9:12
Tuesday ...........................11:00
Wednleslay .....................11:.2
Friday ........................ 1:03
Saturday......................... 1:48

Thompson, .o




Any advertised dealer is authorized

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suits made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
Cbmabg md Repsiag ast Ratism.bl ates

Cottage Ave.,-rear of City Hotel.

P. 0. COUNT,
AWRepairing neatly done. Cottage
Ave., near Beach St., Daytona, Fla.

Foley's Honeys- Tar
beafktga ds m te atMWk

to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter, j
eczema, piles, sprains' scalds, burns,, Bid I
ulcers and any open or old sore. Dr. JiDPask&WI T IbIdr

-I A X7CV 7MT T CC m es.T af tO a DIGESTIOI.

1C1%V n I X X % S -* O '

I your liver tired ? Does it fail to do
its duty ? If so, don't neglect itacall for
help. A few does of Herbine may save
you a spell of sickiine. Herbine is the
only perfect liver medicine. It cure"
chills and fever. Price 50 cts. Dr. J. M.

Called .Lrtlrard's S.ImL
Heavy bettor as be was, Pierre Lorill
lard ones met his match when he ran
up against gray bearded James i.
Kelly, who Introduced bookmaking into
this country. It was nearly a genera-
tion ago and at Jerome park. Kelly
was laying 2% to 1 against one of
Lorillard's horses in a big stake event.
The news went to Mr. Lorillard, seated
mn his coach on the clubhouse lawn.
"I'llU Just take a little of the concept
out of that sawed off Irishman." slid
Lorillard to Wright Sanford, Newbold
Morris, John Hunter and a few other
congenial spirits. They started for the
ring together.
I'll lay $10,000 on my horse at that
price, Kelly." said Mr. Lorlllard In his
princely fashion, expecting to see Kelly
wilt and refuse to take the wager.
"Certalnly, Mr. Lorillard." Then
turning to his sheet writer, Kelly said:
"$25,000 against $10,000. Pierre Loril-
lard." Quickly be turned to the to-
bacco magnate with a polite "Much
obliged to you, Mr. Lorillard: very
much obliged. Would you or your
friends care to bet another $10.000 at
the same odds? Should be delighted
to accommodate you."
"What a nerve!" was all Mr. Loril-
lard could say as be turned on his beel
and walked away.
Jimmy Kelly won the bet for Lor-
Ulard's horse was beaten.-New York
The Laandlbber Daks e Sabehara.
"The proverbial fondness of ducks
for water would lead one to presup-
pose that of all the world the most des-
titute of ducks would be the Sahara
desert and that If a stray 'springtall'
happened to drift into that region he
would either vamoose or turn up bis
toes with briefest delay. Well, not at
all," said a Frenchman who was for-
merly a resident of Tunis.
"There are parts of the desert where
ducks abound, flourish and multiply
with every evidence of perfect satis-
faction. The fowl is slightly different
from any of the varieties we know In
this country, but It has the same flat
bill, extensive breast and web feet,
showing that It was once a water bird,
though now It scarcely finds enough to
drink and has become too provident to


Be It known that six months after the pub-
lication of this notice as soon thereafter as I
can be heard. I shall apply to the Hon. J. Lee
McCrory, County Judge of Volusia County,
Florida, for my final discharge as guardian of
the person and estate of Nora V. Haines, be-
fore marriage Nora V. Jacsoon, at which time
I shall present all my vouchers, making my
final accounting and ask for such discharge.
G. M. WALLACE. ,uardi n Aforesaid.
Daytona, Fla.. April 13 1901.

Notice of Gawrkish emt.
In Justice Court, 7th Distric, Volusla Co., Fla.
W. D). Du PAS, Plafntiff )
CHuarca JoHNssN, Defendent. )
To Chester Johnson. defendent, and all
others whom it may concern:
Take notice that a writ of garnishment has
been issued iu the above-named cae, and that
your property in the hands ot the Florida
Kast Coast Railway Company has been gar-
nisheed. Now. unless you appear before G.
M. Wallace, a Justice ,of the Peace in and for
the seventh District of Volusia County.
Florida, on or before Sept. 2, 1901 judgment
will be entered agaiut you.
W. D). DEPA,. Plaintiff.

F. W. SAMS, Proprietor

Rates: $2 andu Ipward; Special to
Regular Boarders.


Ladies home, full length.................16c up

u hi-rskirts-...........................5.- w "
drai aer. lace edge............... .*
undervests............................ k'" '
aproumms, white lawn-.............22-.
fine insrtle night gown-......96c-
cornet 4over.........................27"- "
Shoem1 etc., at low prices.

Gent's furnishings.
Agents for Royal Tailor Co.
Spectat-lek from 2.3 to 7t4..

Cleveland, Pierne and Ramniler bicyv.les,
sundries and repairing.

Smith c. Son,

Halifax Cyc'le Co.

Bicycle Store




Wv m --
a soliit quantity to goods wich

be sold at the following Reduced Prew

Roat Mutton, per-" l12
Roast ~icken 20
atags Mat 17
Tripe 13
Hamburger Steak .
Tendrioin ofBeef 12
igs' eet ......1......

We have ohe goods but this givyo

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Western & Atlantic Railroad.





Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled Buffet Sleepers Jacksonville to
Louis without change. Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleelwr reservations, writeto
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. I'aa Agent, TOM M. I)OYLE. Fla. Pass. Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville. Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.



Buffalo, N. Y.

May i to November i, 1901.

The Seaboard Air



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

Double Daily Service incling Sunday via

Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Equipment.
FoIr further information write to
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Paw. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Anot. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.

No. 4-DUMIPLYEB, carries through Pullman Bubt Stepm
sonvile and Loo. ainaking direct conasetions for al poiateina
Northwest. Throuqghsu u ea uervatoaossmade to) L if,
Chicag, only remr ai to stap from one car into another.
No. 2DAY XPh Jacksonville to Atlanta,
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through
Chicago. ^^1
All correOodsmee promptly aswemd sad lL9lgs Car Soerss served. W IJ
meet pim n grat aepdeg I Jaeekonville or my fe, M et Wo t -ey tr OLt. Dropams
WALTh m HAwNs, Gsu'l Agent Trafc Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. HALn, General Pasenger Agait, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. H1Tmx, Trafic Manager, Savannh,


The Great Through Oar Line from Flori

SThe Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Rie
TO THE and Washington. .
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia
W Tes The Southern By. via Jeesup, Atlanta and Chatta'pg
TO THE W The Louisville & Nashville via montgomery.
vv O The Southern By. via Savannah, Columbia, AsaiVft
The Mobile & Ohio B. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company or
TO THE t New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E a t0 Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor.
station company for Baltimore.

To Nova Scotia, Cape Brtom and Primce Edwards Istd Vit Boston and Ca3|
ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and a

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



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