Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00393
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 20, 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: VID00393
Source Institution: University of Florida
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.The LsamwSt ad Most Complete Stock
at D imDaytoum. Procrmptiomcom-
] pouied by Begistered Prnmacist only. A

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ALBAM-25 cents a bottle.
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a Mrtl by Educatne and Influential

W asek msu Be;n HarWison, editorial writer of the Times-
.JacJksogivle,f d John N. Rogers, County
the Board of Esaton, of Sandereville, Ga., do
di Franklin to he the most practical and dura-
e W1- 4:L rd miiachinme. and that they would use no other,
mit a% -t have superior qualities. The writbg is visible without
Oft the marriage. The 1 mechanism is so simple that a child can
s It. No trun t combine controls the price. Therefore you can
b II ISor 5,. p..s to suit your pocketbook.
L oo w Mls- Franklins for $25, and upwards.
TOW Iq-r- -y ma, or 6%lpersom, will rweive courteous andti
p smapatun a.e
General Southern Agent,


NO. 27 New St.,

- Charleston, 5. C.

173 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.

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

Stple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.


Agnts for W. L. Dougass' Shoes

for M TheBest on the Market.

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a limited quantity of goods which

c mold at the following Reduced Prices:
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We have other goods but this gives you
an deL Call and look.


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Try Us On Job Printing.


are of sufficient length the operators can
shift their positions enough to thor-
oughly cover the entire tree, always
thrusting their pipes through the open-
ings between the branches to the side of
the tree opposite to where they are
standing, thus always spraying against
the under sides of the leaves. Examina-
tion has shown that about weventy-five
per cent. of the insects are dead within
twenty-four hours after the application
of the spray.
Some growers have had their fruit to
fall following spraying in April and May
when the trees were in blossom or the
fruit was emall. Others have sprayed at
the same time without noticeable injury.
We regard it seafet to spray the summer
and winter broods. Two applications
may be made during the winter if the
insects are very numerous and the trees
will have a good clean start in the

da wM" is ovdby raim, amw v
rain hbdoeItweh-four h have
tv IntM IWE follow, Thl or lor
= i mt ont injur but r-thd,
thme -the JIMtyew,, but moM
haIm i apt to result I doe so Ie-
quetly throgbammi o years. Two
tha and .awuIDy ted o e t i at
Sabot right, a gb th
B ber may have to be lcreased some-
time, v* at the risk of injury. The
f&W*w ebe hemfrom sot$and of higher
qualy if the foregoing directoms are
Kiememe emdamsom, or a ten to fifteen
per cet. amehaican mixture of kersemn-
and water applied with a Gould or
Deag kerowatr machine will doubt-
lee tve good sults, though we have
not permonally edl th se sprays against
thi imeet. Th herowater mps must
be watched and tented oeeasionally to
me that they are not throwing nor oil
than the gee indicates. The emuailo
is entirelyn s.
Their sects en killed by frssing, and
north lorida has bee freed from them
during the past severe winters.
H. M. GoMnr, Entomologist,
Florida Experiament Statioa.



Are you inteested in Shoes? And you
Let s give you a few points.- We4
few days receive our first instalment df
fall lineof shoes, therefore for the next

days you can buy a
oo00 Nhoe for $2.25
2.50 1.85
2.00 1.40
1.50 1.00
1.25 .85





This m n probably the wot etrus In
adct in Florida. It dos mAt kill Wona
Sqickly assome of our ales, bt it i
ve wry persstent In its atteeks poa thd
leave, sWpping the vitality of the Uwe,
impairing the quality, flavor and keeping
qualities of the fruit, and rendering bot
tres and fruit unsightly because of thU
black sooty mold, Meola, that inva
riably develops in theboney-dew excreted
by the inscts. The dam-r to some d
ow orange growing com~se i at pre&
eGt hardly hm than a quarter of a
million dollars annually and with the
rapid extensionof the citrmdtry if

to suffer a losw of half a million dollars
each year, within a half down years. I
present conditions continue. Extensive
and promising experimental work with
fumigation is being conducted by the
station and announcements of results
will be made as fast as positive conclu-
sions are reached.
The insect winter on the undersides
of the leaves in their various larval
stages, mostly full grown, the first adult
flies sometimes appearing in a particu-
larly favorable spot in South Florida as
early as the second week in February.
The bulk of the brood appear during the
first two weeks in April, continuing until
in May. Egg-laying begins very soon
after the adults appear. The eggs are
firmly attached to the undersides of the
leaves by means of a pedicel or stalk.
They hatch in from ten days to three
weeks according to the season. The
young larval are able to crawl about
when first hatched and may be trans-
ported by men or horses working in in-
fested groves; also by birds and prob-
ably by other insects as lady-bugs.
After hatching, the insects pass through
six stages, the last being the adult or
winged form. During thee intermediate
larval stages the insect does not move
about but remains atehed to the same
spot upon the leaf, much as the scale
Insects do. Both sexes of adults are
winged and live a week or ten days, each
female depositing upwards of two down
eggs. As may asfive or six thonesand
eggs may laid upon a single leaf. The
adults are transported in carriage tops,
railway coaches and by other similar
means. They do not possess powers of
prolonged flight, many of them, perhaps
the majority, never leaving the tree upon
which they have hatched.
A second brood of adult flies appears
in June and July, and a third in Septem-
ber and October, extending into No-
The most practicable remedy at pres-
ent is a resin spray applied during the
larval and pupal periods, the first oc-
curring from May lst until the middle
of June, the second from the last of July
until early September, and the third from
the 1st of November until the last of
The following formula for resin spray
has given excellent satisfaction to many
of our growers and is recommended be-
cause of the convenience of obtaining and
keeping materials:
Resin, pulverized..................8 lbs.
Caustic Soda, pulverizcd............3 lbs.
Fish Oil................................... 1% pts.
Boil in a large iron kettle in six or
seven gallons of water until the ma-
terials are all dissolved which will usu-
ally be in twenty minutes after the boil-
ing point i reached. Strain into a bar-
rel holding about fifty gallons and fill up
with water, thus diluting to fifty
gallons. It is now ready for use as a
rather coarse spray. As the insects are
on the under sides of the klavec only.care
must be taken to thoroughly wet the
under side of every leaf.
When tree are large and tall it is best
to have the pump with two long leads
of hose, to the end of one of which ins
attached a metal pipe about six or eight
feet long with nozzle fastened at the end,.
and to the other hose a similar rod
twelve or more feet in length. Both hose
are worked from the same side of the
wagon, the operator with the short rod
spraying the lower part of an advance
tree, while the operator with the long
rod sprays the top of the tree, which
operator No. 1 has just left. If the hose


We have a full line LAdies' and Gent' Bathing Suits, Hats, Cape and Shoes.


oore Bros.



Has a Select Stock of......



Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


New C eaeN dd W Lawiis.
There is much qiry on the part of
the general public agrding the chamsa
made by the late lslaftar in thi laws
relating to the e"yIng o coaeeaed
weapons. These changes go into elect
the latter part of this moath. T.* a
four laws, briefly as follows Tha
grand juries may return indictments and
State attorneys may fle imormatio
against parties for carrying concealed
weapons for trial in all courts; that all
sheriffs, deputy sher, constable ad
police ofcers are allowed to carry about
their persons any dead weapon; that
any person may take out a lie-s to
carry unconcealed a pistol, Winchester
dr other repeating rifle.
The principle law srelating to the carry-
ing of weapons is that known as the
McCreary law, which provides that who-
ever shall secretly carry arms of any
kind on or about his person, or whoever
shall have concealed on or about his per-
son say dirk, pistol, metalle knuckles,
slugshot, billie or other weps e, except
a common pocket knife, shall, upon con-
viction, be punished by imprisonment of
not less than thres months, not exceed-
ing six months, or by fine of notless than
$100, not exceeding $M00, or by both
such fine and imprisonment. This act
declares the carrying of concealed weap-
ons a breach of the peace, and any
officer is authorized to make arrests
under the laws of this State without
warrant, of person violating the pro-
visions of this act.
This law meets with the approval of
all sheriffs and other officers who will
rigidly enforce its provisions. It is ex-
pected that the carrying out of the law
will reduce pistol-toting among negroes
in turpentine, phosphate and other
camps to a minimum.

Who should *0U R Ia 91IUla.
The following timely advice to the
prospective new settler is taken from
the Farmer and Fruit Grower:
Don't go empty handed. A little
capital is just as necessary to get a start
in Florida as any whereflse.
Don't go if you are doing well where
you are, Florida is no place for contented
Don't go expecting to find a country
where you can live with little or no work
unless you have an income that will sup-
port you.
Don't go if you are out of a job and
can't get one at home. If you can't find
employment where you are known you
will not be likely to find it among
Don't go if you are a semi-invalid
hoping to earn enough to pay. expenses
during the winter and then return to the
North in spring. Florida is full of such
deluded unfortunates.
Don't go if you are merely the "pro.
mother" of a "splendid business scheme"
with the expectation of finding capital-
ists ready to put up the cash against
your "experience" and pay you a fat
salary as manager of a company.
Go if you have capital to lend or in-
vest in any legitimate manufacturing
Go if you are plucky and energetic and
know how to embrace an opportunity
when you see it.
Go if you like a mild climate better
than a cold one-a good "all-the-year-
round" climate.
Go if you are a horticulturist, vine
grower, truck gardener or a good me-
Go If you are willing to amist in de-
veloping the wonderful resources of the
State and become a permanent citisen.

g Whole wheat bread made and for
sale by Mrs. Gramubling; opposite the
Ridgewood Hotel.





Which we are making on a portion of
our stock for a limited time. If you
don't get one of the bills brought to you,
call at the store for one.
Come early liefore assortment is
broken as we have only a limited quan-
tity of some of these articles.


Third Building South of Postoffice.


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and Sand Fly Nettng.

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DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. io.; 2::40 to 4:30 p. m.
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In located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
ection and no finer location can be found in this vicinity During the summer the
house ham been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the rooms are
single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
sunny reposure and in light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
been enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been added and everything done for the
comfort and convenience of guests. The hall is one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef and it is the special aim of the management to
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house is three blocks nerth of the de-
pot. and convenient to the Post Office, Churches,. ehools.ete. and in within a mile
of the ocean with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or autoing. Rates
$2.50 per day. $10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.

Look for Our Hand Bill of gain

Also some wool dress

goods at 50 per cent less

than original price.




T.Astomd A



Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.

Paushed Every Satorday.

e rsP mrepr tr.

Saescripteon, zi.5o per Year, la Advance.
Adverusing Rat s ApplcatIon.

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida, as
Second class matter.

Saturday, July 2o, i9on.

The ray, or skate fish, has a mouth
set transversely across its head, the jaws
working with a rolling motion like two
hands set back to back. In the jaws are
three rows of flat teeth, set like a Mo-
saic pavement, and between these rolling
jaws the fish crushes Oysters and other
mollusks like so many nuts.

An exchange says t'at if the cattle
owners would follow these instructions
they need not go to any expense to de-
born their cattle: Buy a five cent stick
of potash, and when their little horns
make the first sign of starting on the
calves, wet them over with this caustic
stick, and the calf will not know that
nature intended that they should have

The mailing of dunning postal cards
is a practice that the government
officials have to contend with from time
to time. A recent number of the Postal
Guide contains an article written by
Postmaster General Smith relating to
postal dunning cards mailable where the
writer has not made a threat. A dun-
ning postal card may contain on its back
a bill and mention the fact that a col-
lector has called several times for the
money, and where no threat is made and
the intention has been only to secure the
attention of the person receiving it. and
not the public, it is mailable.

The supreme court of Indiana has de-
cided that physicians have a few rights
themselves. A $10,000 damage suit was
started against a doctor of Indiana
because he refused to visit a man who
was very sick, although he had been the
family physician and the fee for the visit
was offered him in advance. He had no
other patient demanding his attention
and the sick man died for lack of medical
skill. The court decided that a doctor
was a free individual and that he was
not liable for refusal to answer an emer-
gency call. While this is law there are
few physicians who will take advantage
of it. There is no class of people who do
more humanitarian work than the doc-
tors and they receive but little credit for
what they do.

Flnorda ea at Beilie.
The editor of the Metropolis is just in
receipt of a letter from T. M. Weir,
special commissioner for Florida at the
Pan-American Exposition, in which he
writes that Saturday. September 7, has
been set aside as "Florida Day." He
also adds that two military companies
and a band from Pensacola have notified
him that they will be there on that day.
The date selected is a good one, as it
will give the Florida people an opportu-
nity to visit Buffalo at a time when the
weather in cool and delightful and when
the show is at its beet. It ia expected
that the Florida transportation compa-
nies will arrange to give special rates for
Florida people, and it is hoped that they
will be able to make them so reasonable
that hundreds of our people will be en-
abled to take in the exposition.
The Metropolis. believing that much
good can be done in this way, would
suggest that each one who goes to Buf-
falo at this time take something along
to add to the Florida exhibit and thus
help to make an especially good showing
for our State on that day. If the hun-
dreds who go will take even one small
article the display will be largely aug-
mented and great good will be done.
As soon as the rates are announced by
the railroads the Florida papers will
begin to n hoop up the occasion, and
will do all they can to assist in making
Florida Day a great success.-Miami


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGrifl returned to
Seabreeze last Thursday from Tampa
and report a pleasant sojourn in that
The Peninsula Breese is now to be
edited by Lenard Gill, and the paper will
no doubt prove a big cspce p under his
able manageme mA- t *
Mr. tyle is having some up-to-date
bath rooms constructed just beneath the
new viaduct at the Pavilion. to acconm-
modate theconstantly increasing number
of afternoon bathers.
The delay in the arrival of roofing for
the new GAZETTE-NIEWS building post-
poned our moving for a few days. We
expect, however, to be able to occupy
our new office in a few days.
We call the attention of our traders to,
the advertisements of Daytona's two en-
terprising bakeries. Stiling Lindberg &
Co., and Mrs. Granling. Both these
bakeries turn out first class goods and
they are worthy of your patronage.
Mr. Stubbs, who for some time past
has been employed as foreman of the
Breeze Publishing Company. has resigned
and we understand will sail for Havana,
Cuba, in the near future, where he will
accept a position in the same capacity.
The wife of M. Reeder died in Seeabreeze.
of consumption, Sunday eve. The hlody
was embalmed by undertakers Binghani
& Maley and the funeral was held Fri-
day, the interment being in Pinewood
cemetary. The home of thedeceased was
at St. Paris, Ohio.
The grading of Valley Street is nearing
competition. This work has progressed
rapidly and it is not to be wondered at
as Mr. Hainey and his faithful Kentucky
high stepper, "-Maud" are at the head of
the force. We do not exagerate when we
state that "Maud" will do as much grad.
ing in ten hours as any other two horses
in Volusia County.
We have interviewed the three grnwers'
carrying ads., in this paper and they all
stated that they are nimeting any
prices made by any other concern. The
advertisinggroeers in the GAZtrTT-N w:\vs.
which an- E. T. Conrad & Co., D1). F.
Morrison and J. E. Rush. .ll their goods
as cheap as any other firm in tow' n.
quality considered, and then rementiler
"The fields look green in the distance."'

Imperfect digestion and as..iiaiilatiin
produce disordered conditions of the
the system, which grow and are con-
firmed by neglect. Hlerbine gives tone to
the stomach, and causes good diges-
tion. Price 50cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Mapvllr vredded.
Hardin Russell, the popular automno-
bile conductor, and Miss Edith Dorothy
Nokes, both of Daytona, were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony at io'.lock
Tuesday evening, at the First Methodist
Episcopal Churvch. Rev. J. I. Hav k
was the master of ceremonies.
The church was beautifully dl-eoratedl
withbpalms, vines, ferne and lowiers. A
large number of friends of the bride and
groom were present to witness the i niar-
riage rites.
After the minister pronounced then
man and wife the bridal party marshhed
out of the church to the sound of miusic..
A nuniler of invited guests assembled at
the home of Mrs. Curtis. sister of the
groom, where congratulations were ex-
tended the happy couple and the evening
spent in social converse. songs and
music. After partaking of refreshments
the company adjourned, leaving behind
many beautiful and useful presents. ra-
minders of the good will and wishes of
the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Russell.

Whites trerm 1 ermifuge mit onily
effectually exlwlls wornms. but is tan-
equaled as a tonic, and is a certain andl
permanent cure for chills and fever in


Price 25 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

allays nervous irritation,
stops spasms, restores di-
gestion and mental vigor.
Sold by drugists an guarate.
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkaart, lad.
A.ny advertised dealer is authorized
to guarantee Banner Salve for better,
eczemia. piles. sprains' sealds, burns,
ulcers and any open or old sore. Dr. J
M. .lones.

Baso Ball Bonoat.
Next Monday evening there will be an
entertainment and dance given at the
Armory for the benefit of the Daytona
Base Ball Club. The program wil tb as
Selection Iby the Euterplan Mandolin
and guitarr Club; Solo, Roy Barker; Piano
Duet, Mrs. Spangler and Miss Spaulding;
Song (selected) the Elite Quartette; Cake
Walk by the entire club with Lee Rod-
gers as leader. Dancing will follow.

A 4. Ithlin.luard. West Biangor. N. Y,
saiys: "I have Ileii troubled with kidney
Ilise'ase fur the last five years. Have
,hittor'ed with several physicians and I
got no relief until I used two bottles of
Foi.l;\'s Knt:v0YCt 'E." Dr. J. M. Jones.

Editor ( AZICTTE-NEws::
We. Mee that the Mental Scientists are
to hold a convention at Seabreeze. We
% lso hear Ihat the Post Office Depart-
ent arena heing arranged with to hold
an infirnial rncvption at the same place
in thu near future. ASTI-TRa'ST.

Wanted l'(osition--By an experienced
lady as cashier, book-keeper or sales
lady. Al1ly to G.AZETTE-Nxws..

Guaranteed $900
Salary Yearly.
Mten andl women of Kg(d address to repre-
seint u'. somne to travel appointing agent.,
,therm for lo-al work looklug after our in-
tere-ts $900 salary guaranteed yearly; ex-
tru -iommi.-iii, auoI expenses, rapid advance,
*,.I est.aHlisbchd hii,,e. Grand chanBe for
eariiett Dian or woman to secure pleamaut,
.rnuituent po.aitlIo". liberal iuicome and fu-
tare New. builliant liues. Write at once.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniturtin Rpairing doneon short notice
at m'eas< inabile prices.
('Cottage Avenue. DAYTONA, FLA.

To eradicate from the system give the
child plain, nourishing food and White's
Cream Vermifuge. The result will be,
the worms will disappear and the child
become healthy and cheerful. Price
25 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.


Electrical Contractors.


l "aFull supply of all kinds of electrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Special Attention to Marine Work.

ssmkmee SauAhg. sytea. Fla.




Protect orchards, gardens, cottons,
corn. tohb nco. cun'umbers. tomatoes.
and all other fruits and vegetables from
the ravages of insects without the use of
poison or spray. Send $1.00 for sample
trap by mail.
Addlresi .1. B. SU TTON, Seesman,
c See .hal notice ini another column.

Hauls baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Otflee, Boston Barber Shop.

'Phone 77.

S. Mi'I's. l'itor.


Suggestions of plans furnished gratui-
tously. Will cheerfully cousult with
persons desiring plans. and guarantee

'Phone 11.



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

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mO OTH1Rta &IN AflwoaPmos mastvacm LeU t T1
To the am mad North.

To tme w ~.d Nortm Ww..,
The wue mthrt h" -The w d't Scy,' A sil wM
Springs, N. C. F .s mammea Resrt e6 amm
worm. Tb-eu Slisph C Cars rm Jacksmvft t
Asheville mud Meot Spriags, Nrith CarelaM .

Through Vestibuled Tralas, Pullmaa Dravwag-room Stsepiag CarM, Ths
Comebs. KEcalloet Dislag Car Sovics.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway we Operated is Comaecidm wif
the Pleat System from Jacksonville.
For Rates., asaebaes sa tlaormauo. eall os or ades
W. T. C08BY, Travelng rPsesager Ageot, us W, Bay 8&, JACKSOiVLLuL. .A.
8 L HARDWICK General Psemseagr A.. W.H. TAYLO. Ass.L G.PM. AeLA.,
April 25th, 91on.

Florida East Coast

Time Table No. 84. In feet July 7, 1901.

SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.)

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Leave Key WestTues, and Saturdays. 9pn Leave Key West Thus. and Sun .
Arrive Havana Wed. and Mondays.. 0am Arrive Miami riday and Moadays....
For copy of loMal tine card address any Agent
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Open the year round. Located directly on the teach. 200 feet noertt
Pavilion. 28 Bath Houses and Showers connected with the Hotel.
Food a Specialty. Special fish dinner every Thursday and Sunday at 6 p.a.
Rates t$8 to $12 per week. Special rates to families. All outside room
G. A. PAcrTTI, Manager. H. L. KOCHEKSPERGER. Prop. Seabrwee, FI


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weakens the body and de-
grades the mind. It saps
the nervous strength that
is the source of alt health,
and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
of its stubborn nature, it is
often called incurable. This
is not true. There is one
medicine that never fails to
check the nervous spasms
and give new strength to
the entire system.
MY little had epeTy bed
thattin ooe day *e do i M
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"S3WW XATAS Aft"W@T3a=

Wet weasdr abminres at Moore
bras. Allighnsat peicso-
broa, pie and cabea

:on an barrels of Jrism potA-

a the contract for paintingthel cbant

r Ma es1tte are being sent fw
Fstoiattothe Pan-American Exp! tiou
at lldlo.
The largest stoek of 10 and 15 c
ownl by best authors ever wen in Day.
&om'at fo. H. Cark.'
J. C. Towers, of West Palm Beach,
ft OWOWane 8gaday's --aft end

*-CldeLiaeste a- r from Jacksocn.
V B Ndayv, bound for New York.
The bme ball game between the Do
Latm andDaytoa team wflb he playd
St Daytom baligroumnd next Th e-

Mr. John Tippis, Coltoa, 0., says:
"Foley's Honey ad Tar cured my little
gi of a severe cough and inflamed ton-
ad." Dr. J. M. Jones.
frame work for J. E Bush's new
tan. 1 up, and when the building is
~ueted it will make a great improve-
amt to thatsod of Beach street.
Mr. aad Mrs. James Rix started Mo4
T fe ar two oath's visit with friend
a* relatives at Plainafeld, 111. Their
dau -hter accompaidthem.
L M. Mray attaMded the marriage of
hbfNbtelM- Alice Oliver-Murray1 to
H. master, at Marietta, Ga., J~ f.
SL iN f rom Manniag ` b

Wi. MreOrI ad wife returned from
Thamp last Saturday and are occupying
their cottage on Valley street, Seabreesr
We an glad to welcome then, home

Thoa. W. Carter of Ashboro, N. C., had
kidney trouble and one bottle of Foley's
Kidney Care edested a perfect cure, and
-heeas theri is no remedy that will conm-
pne with it. Dr. J. M. Joues.
A colored man by the name of Martin.
of Midway, was arrested one day last
week, charged with wife-heating, and
being unable to obtain bail be was taken
over to DeLmad to board for a while at
the Hotel de Turner.
For Hale-An elegant home at City
Beoutiful, opposite Daytona. House
large and fully furnished; artesian and
salt water;, yard piped. A bargain. See
or write Bingham & Thompson, Day-
toa., Fla.
flev. J. B. Hawk returned from his
visit to Green Cove Springs Tuesday to
ofciate at the Russell-Nokes wedding.
The reverend gentleman will preach at
the Firt M. E. church Sunday morning
,t 11 o'clock. He will also fill his regu-
larappointaent at Seabreeze at 7:3<0 in
the evening.

Representatives of large northern paper
mi@e have recently been all along tihe
Eat Coast on a tour of inspection with
a view to flding suitable timber to con-
vert into paper. We understand the re-
sauts were satisfactory and we may see
paper mills located on the East Coast at
no very distant date.
There was quite an excitement in the
height depot Thursday forenoou, when
a nest of rate were routed out of a piano
wh has been in the station for some
time. The fun was fast and furious for
a tins. Mr. Foote's dog happened to be
presn t and did his part well. All pres-
et joi ed t the fray. Quite a number
of rate were killed and several escaped
by eimbig.
FPe scholarship examinations for the
State Normal School will be held on
TsdaIy, July 80th. in each county in
State. The examinations will be held by
the County Superintendent and County
School Board. The questions will be
worm for all counties. The questions
embreas all the subjects, omitting peda-
gogy, as required for a teacher's thire
gradecertiSate In case there shall Ir
ctr one applicant in a county for schol-
auip appointment, and he shall hold a
teamber's legal certificate (other than a
temporary one) issued in this State, the
scholarship may be awarded without an
Dr. Geo. Ewing. a practicing physi-
Cda of Smith's Crove. Ky.. for over
thirty year. writes his personal expe-
rience with Foley.s Kidney Cure: "For
years I have been greatly bothered with
kidney trouble and enlarged postrate
gland. I used everything known to the
proleasion a without relief, until I was in.
dMud to use Foley's Kidney Cure. After
ane three bottles I was entirely relieved
ad cured. I prescribe it now daily in
my practice and heartily recommend
its use to all physicians for such
tUmbles, for I can honestly state I have
pescribed it in hundreds of cases with
peiet seeses." Dr. J. M. Jones.


See Moone Bros. new Pertal, dress
Srim tc.
Have you tried Lindberg & StWing's
home made b ed?
F. L. Corwi is in town for a lw days.
He leaves Monday for Tallahassee.
JohnCramnor was over rom De land
R with load of pfas gers.
Crl Kaapp, formerly of this place is
elerk of the Atlantic Beach hotel.
B. Masonexpectsto leave next week on
an exteded visit to the Isle of Pines.
J. A. Eriekson brought his family over
froRm BLad last week to speed the
Ernest Curtis expects to leave next
Monday on a visit to relatives in North
Mrs. W. J. Bine of Jacksonville is
domiciled in room in te Clark block for
the summer.
Mr. and Mrm R. W. Moore of Jackson-
vilbe am down to attend the RemellU-

Two steamship tickets from Jackson-
vie to New York and return for sale.
Enquire of the editor.
B. Mason is up to Hastings this week
looking after his potato plantation. He
is expected home to-day.
Lindberg & Stiling are making several
nice cakes for the blow-out the base ball
b ill have Monday evening.
FF. J. Niver visited Atlantic Beach last
Seek. He is well pleased with the place
states that it is an ideal resort.
F B. F. Hough, who has been in a Phila-
delphia hospital for some months past,
arrived in Daytona Wednesday, looking
strong and healthy.
fW. H. Peters and family will leave
rMonday for Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. for
a bride ftay. They will return to Day-
F in about two months.
F. G. Lindberg has sold an interest in

For bieyele repairing go to the Halifax
Cyle Company.
8. W. Johnston, of the DeLamd Supple-
maIt, favored us with a brief call PFrida.
D. F. Morrison has just received afresh
emeortlent of crackers, "five o'clock
tem" aMd other cookies.
Thursday night some one entered the
Globe Clothing Store and helped them-
selves to a liberal supply of clothing and
other wearing appeal. Entrance w
gained by breaking out a panel in ta
front door. The persons who done the
job were evidently non-ro-efiona b a
they went to a lot of Unnecessary work
in boring holes all around the lock I.
both doors and then gave it up as a bad
job and kicked the panel out. Mr. Wat-
son does not yet know just what his lows
Is but states t.at he thinks it will not
amount to a great deal. Your strange
negroes who have been about town for a
few days are suspected of the crime.

al ladiAm ia Darto.a.
The erection of new buildings in the
eity is moving along with celerity.
Very citizen puts in a day's work sit
times a week.
Probably the largest single building
and the one in which all are more or less
interested in is the Lily Water plant of
Adam Schantz.
8. H. Gove. is pushing affairs witIN
an extensive force of men. 'ihe cold
storage room is 30x50 feet. The kie plant
has a capacity of 24 tons per day. The
plant will be equipped with two 200
H. P. engines and a battery of boilers,
and two large dynamos for electrk- light
and power, the city having voted himn a
franchir. There will be a number of
baths, including a plunge bath of Lily
Water and one of artesian water. T.Le
main buildings are I~6x161.6 feet First
the Lily Water: By a patent process in-
vent dh b Mr. &AlDntz til inatritiem iin

hie bakery to Win. Stifling of Detroit, y f M..1U.L ..P
hie h kery to Wm. Stifling of D etroit, the water are removed (hence its name.)
Mlich. M. Stillng comes highly reom- After purification tlhe water is bottled
dd a a first ass akerand is equal to Apolonaries. after lI ing
rDr. and Mrs. E. C. Atwood left Satur- carbonated. The sun parlor is 25x95
day for Boston. from where they will feet, inclosed in glam. The roof garden
visit the doctor's old home at Weetford, is 90x100 feet with canopy roof. The
Mass. Miss Evelyn accompanied them. bath room will be wainscoated with
The greatest healer of modern times n marble and a tile floor. Taken ait)-
Banner Salve for cuts. wounds, ,ors gsether the itinprovewents i l hand and
piles and all skin disaees. It is guaran- contemplated by Mr. Sebantz will very
te.d. I'se no substitute, Dr. J. M. materially assist in. the prosperity of
Joes. Daytona and the growth of the city.
Mr. Shantz is from IDayton Ohio, where
Attention is called to the new ads. of be haa large nanufa-turing interests, in-
E. E. Starkey. J. B. Sutton, J. W. Wil- eluding a large Lily Water plant. Mr.
kinson & Co., and the Breakers, which Schantz has bought 2.5ti acres of land
appear in this issue of the G(AzTrrT- will go to farming atndm stock raising oil
NEWS. an extensivtC Ctale. He will eIect a saw
S-ience has found that rheumatism is mill,. eve.ral nsidences for helli and a
caused by uric acid in the blood. This large barn. The entire plant will be
poison should be execreted by the kid- finished and ready for busine i by the
neys. Foley's Kidney Cure always first of cktober. Daytona is to he con-
makes them well. lDr.'J. M. Jones. gratulated on securing such an enter-
E. W. Harp, of Stewart. has accepted rising ciltzen. who with Mrs.
the appointment as station master at lI and. lum cater.l to a large clientele
the Daytona station. Mr. Hancock, who of the traveling tourists for the last
for the past few weeks has held the post- eleven seasons, in building a large hotel
lion has gone to Mayport. where he will on the corner of Magnolia and Palnetto
work nights. avenues. The Ibuilding fronts onill Magno-
Mrs. M. Reed. of St. Paris. Ohio. died lia 5 fet talnd runs ack ton I'nlimetto
on the peninsula last Monday of con- 122 feet, the nfli:ii part is fomir tries
sumption. She leaves to mourn her and basement. No pains will be sparedl
demise a husband and two little loys. to make it an ideal place, where with
The remains were intered in Pinewood P'lenty of gr-toind. find oaks and pal-
cemetary Friday, Bingham & Maley nmettos. it will add largely to tle. comfort
directing the funeral. of its guests. The a-rhitect and builder.
G. H. Bliven. has so arranged it that
The Daytona Bane Ball Club will give every room is sunny, with wide piazzas
a cake walk and dance Monday evening on its east. north and west sides. The
at the Armory. The proceeds will go interior will be finished in natural wood.
toward equipping the club with uniforms The main entrance will be on Magnolia
and other pharaphanalia of which they avenue oN-ning into the office and lobby
are in need. Refreshments will be served 25x32 feet. Tiw'l music room is 22x32.
during the evening and you are amured dining room 32x40.
of a good time. Admission 25 cts. each. From the crow's nest on top of the

Wednesday E. T. Conrad showed sev-
eral jaw bones of some extinct animal
which were found in his marl pit. Some
of the teeth in the bone measure five
inches in circumference. Mr. Conrad ex-
pects to send them to some college and
try and find out about what time the
animal that carried the massive jaws in-
habited these **diggins."
e M. Bingham. Jr.. and F. J. Niver
returned Sunday morning from the
meeting of the Florida Funeral Directors
and Embalmers' Association, which con-
vened in Jacksonville last Friday and
Saturday. MajorBingham was re-elected
secretary and treasurer and Mr. Niver
was appointed on several standing com-
mittees. The next annual session will
be held in Tampa.
Have you tried Lindberg & Stiling's
butter milk doughnuts?
Our friends rushing North because of
the heat here should read the press
dispatches for the past week. The
number of prostrations from excessive
heat has been unusually large. The heat
is terrible in almost all the cities of the
North. In New York alone 87 deaths
and 183 prostrations in one day; and is
the past few days the deaths from the
heat have amounted to 236. We are
fortunate and well off. if we don't know

Florida to


G. P. Balough Co.,


"The Breakers."
The new seaside resort "Seaside Inn
has jnst been completed and opened by
Horace F. Stewart, owner and pro-
prietor. Mr. Stewart, being an old (in
the business) hotel man, has added all
the improvements and devices to the Inn
conducive to the comfort of his guests.
The Inn is an ideal place for a sojourn
by te sea.
On north Ridgewood avenue Albert
Bennett is building a large and elegant
house containing 24 rooms. The build-
ing is 84x50, 8 stories, with an "L" I8x-
26 two stories. The building will be
4nished in Georgia pine, lathed and
plastered throughout. It will be lighted
by electricity. Mr. Bennett will manage
it as a first class boarding house.
E. N. Waldron on Ridgewood is build-
ing a modern ridence of 15 rooms.
The building is n3.sx44.4, two stories.
It will add materially to the improve-
ment of that part of the town; GUeo.
Silvernail is the architect and builder.
Tinh cot-t is estiniated at $4.)00. E:l.--
tricity will ie used for lighting.
J. E. Rush tont Beach street is mrecting a
mtorn room 28x6<0 two stories high.
J. L. Lynch in architect and builder. The
upper story, containing eight rooms, will
be used as at residence.
Of contemplated improvenments tlwe .i-
brury As.ociation expects to build ain
addition to the preMent library.
C. 0. Chamberlin owner of the l'almetto
HouM e will shortly conimnnce exl.eimive
inmeprovenentts to the plae.. luA-inig it 0,n
a par with anything in its city.
Mr. John.-Ani who has bought the
Holly Innt will add addition largely ien-
creasieng its capacity and its conemfiort of
its guests.
Thomas Keating. uf Palatka who pim-
chased the Rodgers property on the
north bridge trail will erc't -.hortly an
oevanl pir and pavilion.
The improvements are to Io. co.mpleteld
in tine for next .seaomn.

lHas opened a harness shep on North t
PBech stnret and im rvady todolfirst class-
ha.rness and shoe repairing. Will shortly
have on hand a full stock of new hlariMNes.
but until seich time I will take orders forl
nmime aind have them semt over froi'm i
D)eLand shhop. All kinds of musi.ai in-.I
strunments and strings. and sewing mna-
chinies and extra part on hand.
Your Patromiag llolicited.

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


York. Boston and the



Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH.
Connections withjNew York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines'
All ticket agents and hotels are suip>liedi with monthly sailing s-clhedulle.


Write for general information, sailing schedules. stateroom reservation. 'or riall ,on
General Agent., Jacktonville, Fla. Agent. Daytona, Fla.
P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEASANTS. Trauti.- M.unat-rg i
New Pier. 35 North River. New York. N Y

(I.leB;iry Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOll INi; AT I'ALATKI I AS.'TOR. SI"' l I'NCi S. ItF. SFS l). (lt l. M,
Itl.lF Sl'It NGI.S .ni l Int.r'ermi.-liaet, a l.awIilie,-s ,n m i I..II1NS Ill VER
S.APl'T. \. .\ S11\\V.
I- i I'ei "i ro '.A11. \- -,i o i. Ie A -
Leaves Jacksonville.............. Tuesday and Saturday' at 5:00 p. m.
Leaves Sanferd ... Monday and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m.

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

11h All; l:l'lt-ALT .Ki-tui ':.M. 11.4INR \ \ee( ,K[.11, I' I A

fe., lle,.~mteSt.. .l;e'*k:se iM\ill,-.
4.LeIWWWOsetah B UN I VL I nz 1 e-t.-I.'eT CSI ; 1'.:o' I ;Lr?,K P;l i1 k.\V 'I ek.

Wook eh M

fbalh a tm vibw d e eem md the
Halifax river orth and muth ema b
had. The oce, kites, sleeping rooms,
-ad i tfeet the entire budding w be
fited with all modern applieae for thi
comfort aad convenisee of guests. The
building will be heated by furnace and
open fireplaces and lighted with elec-
tricity and gas. It is to be finished by
October 1. Alady a large part of the
rooms have been eugged, .
H. L. Kochersperger has just comN
pleted and opened a new hotel, "The
readers," the building is 60x100 bet
four stories high. In addition to being
not only a summer and winter resort.
Mr. Kochersperger has put up a likf line
4009 et long and has several Hfe boats
for the use of the guests. "The
Breaker" under the management of 6.
A. Psaetti will, in fact has, become a
popular resort. There are nine cottages
connected with the hotel, for rental.
Mr. Kochereperger has erected 28 bath
houses with cement flooru for the use of
the public. "The Breakers" has the only
wind mill on the beach, and as a result
will always have a full supply of water.
Mr. Kochersperger through his improve-
ments will add greatly to the comfort
and convenience of guests stopping at







"We are indebted to Mr. George (lose
for the finest cablmbage and lettuce we
have ever men grown in Florida. Mr.
(lose is a man of fine judgment. and one
of the most sMucessful -.ruckers in the
State and he is as generous and large-
heartedl as he is prosperous." .Mr. Clow
bought his meed from the Old Relialle
seedsman, S. II. Sutton. who handles
only the bwat Seeds to e had ul epeially
adalited to Florida and makes a spec-
cialty of the finest strains of Cabbage.
Egg Plant, Lettuce,. Onion and Tomato
Seed. See display advertisement in
anot her column.


Be it kn iwn that lix month. efter thte i. i-
lieati',i of thi n.,iice an oon thereafter as I
an ew e heard. I shall apply to the Hon. J Letc
Mct'rory. C iunty Jillge of V'l e ia Ci int.t. .
FlIrisnl, for mnv final dim .harge .s gusatrilian .,f
the person a .d estate ui X ui, V. Ulmja, b- -
fore marriage Nora V. Jacason, at which time
I shall present all my vouchers, making my I
final accounting and ask for such discharge.
G. M. WALLAC. GUuardi u Aforemaid.
Daytona, Fla.. April 13 1901.

A. Cecil Barnett,
Stemographer and Typewriter
Copying and Manifolding a Sisiialty
-1'. 0. Box tf>--
Pick Haiin Cottage. re Sealrz. Floriila.

We have on llihand complete* line of aill
kinds of tin. .onffecti mery which ici.- sll
at whokleale and .t-rail.

U~M~Metheainar-gedvehi Iwsel



Daytona Ice Co.
WVim. Wwim;i. Ma~mtigN-r.


Madie ole fiee steli,.l~t W ter.

Magnolia Avenuo dnd Railroad


Whbisk mlefs amessvlk

Made and Sold By
Opposite Ridgewood HMtel.

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Ceiling at (ChI trl,, t, n ..e (.. eth wie -Ys.

Sunday 11
Monday 12.."
Teay ....12.80
Wednesday 1:17
Thursday ...... 2:06
Friday 2:57
Saturday......... 3:47
Sunday.............................. 509
Monday.......................... 5:52
Tuesday ........ ............. 6:3:1
Wednesday....................... 7:28
Friday ............. ... ..... 8:3.9
Saturday .......................... :54

Iroem the Oeala Kvamla I
(Of April 1st. 1901.)


"Savannah Line."





Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
IhiIve- SN.-m-'"e i tt\-t I .n
('Iltling et I'h.'erl,.-',, l',..mlh V+'y.i .
nd. From Lewis* Wharf, Boston
md from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville


Cottage Ave., m 'r of 9 2m.L
DAYrOxA, Fom&

AWRepairing neatly doe. Cottage
Ave., near Beach St., Daytoaa, Fla.

Foley's H

Foleys KidaWy CE

Th imwet aid to DIGESTION.

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i -ihat I m ntan," .said the
who v aine -ya s" to abe
week eM the rev NA ad erome oi
P te w sWr--what I maintain ss tt
the pent ftr the ka at eearte i th
ruin e fthe game. Here is a ine latel-
lectual emiisel and you run tt by
brIgIahg lteo it a mere chance. It is all
very wel to make your gw m y i
and well eaoesa to make It b tossing
a penay, but I cannot see thea mas e
mixzin thetwo."
You think om" said the phlsonpher.
"I fear I mn't agree with you. Bearto
Is a doas reflection of real life. Theres
li- Its charm. In real life skill tdu,
but chance sm the AialJous and Insu-
perable power."
"I know all that," said the young
man peevishly. "and I agree with you
that if the perfect game one must have
the element of chance. But it is there
already In ecarte. You have to take
the cards that the chance of the deal
give you. To give an entire polat to
the king as well nito af tihre pome-
derawnce of chance outragess.
"I disagree with you In Ito,% aMld
the philosopher. But before he could
marshal and display his arguments he
was Interrupted by an old man who
looked faded and shrunken and melan-
'Pardon me. gentlemen," he maid
"hut I could not avoid overhearing the
teole of your conversation. It is one of
peculiar Interest to me, for It is to the
king at ecarte that I owe my ruin."
"Most Interesting, sr," mid the
young man* "It entirely ounfrms what
I md. Skilln powerless against It."
"I don't think you quite understand,"
said the old man. "I was not ruined
because the other man held the king.
but because I held It myself."
"Then I'm afraid I can't follow you."
"Well It's fairly simple. I marked
the king in 32 successive games."
The other men look disgusted. The
philosopher picked up his hat and said
oelty, "Yes; that sort of thing is al-
ways found out."
"Walt, I beg of you. Don't make the
mainke that my millionaire uncle, with
wham I was playing, made. He was a
man from whose testsntary dispol-
ttons I was to have benemod enormous-
ly, a man whom I could not afford to
offend, the man above all others that 1
wished to have a high opinion of me.
We were playing penny points and
threepence on the rubber. My uncle
would never go beyond that Indeed it
was tbeme careful habits of his that
made him the millionaire that he was."
"If those weft the points. I don't see
why you should"-
"And I wasn't. If I wanted to cheat
at cards, do you euppoee that I should
do such a stupid and transparent thing
an to give myself the king 32 times in
succession? Why. any one who knows
the business of swindling at cards as I
know it-I mean from books, of course
-would see the illness of it. So far
was I from wanting the king that If 1
had only had the requisite skill I would
have cheated In order to give it to my
Suneie. At my first deal I turned the
king, and my uncle took It calmly.
Next deal be gave me the king. and the
third del I gave it to myself. After I
had had the king six times In succes-
Son h e said that he had never seen
such luck In his life, but he had not yet
begun to lose his temper. But after
that he got worse and worse. I sug-
gested that we should stop the game,
but he wouldn't bear of It."
The old man paused and sighed. "Go
on" said the young man encouragingly.
"It reached a polat." the old man re-
uimed. "when my unce was black In
the face, and I should have been glad
to have exchanged the king for another
card If I had had the chance. But, as I
hays explained, I am not an expert In
these matter. BeIrdes, by thiso time he
was watching my hands as a cat
Swatches a mouse. He gave a scornful
a snorting laugh from time to time.
"At the thirty-second game he rowe.
'My opinion of your character,' he
said. 'has hitherto been so high that I
am reluctant to change it. But have
mo choke. It a man holds the king 32
times in succession at ecarte, that is
m*clkent for me. -I refuse to pay the
points that you have won by swindling
or to communicate with you In future
is any way, and I am Jut off to my so-
bletor's to get my will altered.' I pro-
tested that I was merely the victim of
an extraordinary run of good luck, but
he would not listen to me. It was of
o use. He told every one. and I was a
ruined man."
"ExtraordInary!" said the young man
as. in company with the phllosopber,

he rose to go.
"And In consequence," the old man
went on rapidly. "I am occasionally, as
at present. In such straits temporarily
for the small sum of 5 shillings that I
at compelled"-
But here he stopped abruptly, for the
yung man and the philosopher had .1-
ready passed out.- Black and White.
c*'60e LU.&
Men generally cross their legs when
tbare least pressure on their minds.
You wil not very often ind a man se-
tually engaged in business with his
legs crossed. The limbs at those times
are straighter than at any other, be.
cause the mind and body work togeth-
er. A man engaged in auditing ac-
counts wilt seldom cross his legs; nel-
ther will a man who is writing an arti-
cle or who is employed In any manner
where his brain is actively engaged.
* When at work In a sitting posture,
the limbs naturally extend to the floor
In a perfectly straight line. A man
may cross his legs If be Is sitting in an
oAce chair discussing some proposition
with another man. but the Instant he
becomes really in earnest and perceives
something to be gained his limbs una.
craf, he bends forward toward his
edghbor and begins to use his hands.

ur tWAS -WO.
** .

we the ho "bag, where hs wife was
t 12 bwm with her Sefday cooleki
t gOd tanga mSat Near the open win-
dow, ganms Vitally down the road.
"Ar ymu lakin f r anyone, famuel?'
S4sd Mm. en l fe insg hi s game
down the roadway.
"Why, e ly Ut, Milly. What
put that Idat your head ?
"I Jus'e you keep lookin an looktan,
I a I theht maybe you was looking for
so ody you was expeetin."
"No I was W merely looking at that
paty wheaslld over yender. Be gosh
dindrb he cried, springing from his
seat. "Her cooes ole Dobbin, poktn
aloft with his haress on. I hope to
bheave h basun't run away an broke"-
"BEre what, Ilamuel?' exclaimed
Lrs. Flppln, asharig her husband's
"The back. of course." answered the
husband uemasaly. "Hellol Yonder
comes John, pushia sumthin alone the
road. What the dickens to the mat-
Both staked hurriedly for the lot
gate. where Dobbin patiently awaited
to be turned in. Joha soon came puffing
up pushing the queerest machine el-
ther of them had ever seen before.
"What ia the world is that?" asked
husband and wftte together.
"Blame if I know onless It's your"-
replitd the hired man, looking askance
at his master.
"I cant keep It from you any longer,
Mlly," said the farmer In a tone now
fut of disappointment. "I sent las'
week for that phaeton we saw adver-
tised In t he cat-catalogue an sent John
to tow after It, an this Is the thing he
lhas brought back."
"An a time I had gittin it here!" put
In John. "There wasn't any shafts to
It. so I Jus' turned ole Dobbin loose an
tried to pull it But I couldn't git It er-
long that way. so I pushed it, but the
blame thing wabbled all over the road.
so that I am smack out of breath."
"I didn't buy that thing"' exclaimed
Mr. FlIppln exasperatedly. "I bought
a nice phaeton, with a lazy back. cush-
ioned seat an nice top an curtains. Who
ever saw such a thing as this-no
shafts, no top. An look at them little'
ole seats, not large enough for a baby.
an Injure rubber tires. What 4s the
thing made for anyhow ?'
"The agent called it a duplex bi-sum-
thin; said be wondered at you all gittin
the thing," John offered by way of ex-
Well. I won't have It!" snapped the
disappointed farmer. "I'll sen' it right
back an then write a letter an let 'em
know that they can't swindle me in any
such manner."
Hurrying to the house, he returned in
a few minutes with pen and. Ink and
erased his name and address from the
shipping tag, on the opposite of which
he wrote the name and address of the
phaeton factory. John then wabbled
the machine back to the express office,
and Farmer Flippin that night went to
bed In anything but a pleasant frame
of mind.
The following day a carriage drew up
In front of Mr. Flippln's. and there
alighted from It a handsome young
man of 24 and a beautiful little woman
some three years his Junior.
"You can't guess who we are?" said
the gentleman to Mr. Flippin. who met
them at the door.
"I don't believe I can," was the re-
ply. "Who be you, anyway?"
"Well," answered the gentleman.
with a merry twinkle in his eyes. "I
am your nephew, John Darrell, whom
you have not seen since be was a little
boy, and this, Uncle Samuel is my
wife. We ar on our bridal tour
through the south and thought we
would come and spend a week or two
with you and Aunt Milly."
"Bles my soul! Bless my soul! But 1
am glad to see you-both of you. Shi
Jennie's John! How you have grow-
ed". And the old gentleman warmly
shook both hands of his nephew at the
anme time, kissed his new niece and
them called lustily for Aunt Milly. No
e- ever received a more cordial wel-
come than was accorded the happy
bride and groom by Mr. Flippin and his
The following morning at the break-
fast table Mr. Darrell said:
"Uncle lam, I shipped our duplex bi-
cylee to you several days ago, and ift
you doa't eare I would like for your
hired man to go to the express office
and bring it over. We have carried It
everywhere with us and have had some
splendid times together upon it."
"Did the blame thing have four little
ole wheels with Injure rubber tires an
two little ole seats?' asked Unce Sam-

ead interestedly.
"Yek. that's It," smiled Mr. DarrelL
"Well, my dear John. I hate to tell
you, but that funny looking contraption
is now tI New Orleans, or at least on
tim way. I ordered a phaeton from a
dealer there, an when that thing come
I thought they had tried to put It off on
me ftor a phaeton. so I sent it right
back. It was the dadgumdest looking
thing I ever saw in all of my born
Then John Darrei and his wife
laughed until their sides ached, and
UnCde eam and Aunt MIHly good na-
turedly enjoyed their mirth.-Sunny
reamsa o*f the *uns.
From the fifth to the seventh year Is
the critical period In the education of
the viuale center Is the brain. Persons
who have lost their sight before this
period soon lose their power of seeing
In dream, while tIn those who become
blUd after the seventh year the power
of visto IS s rmly established to the
braIn that It ta retained In dreams for
many year or even throughout life.-
Profaeor Jastro's Psychology.

uhe Waverly, AV AV

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