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ieiv mep t t o the *ea
Sera wmto an edo e
m ts ek, ad mard. sHe gt
Sis who mth mve eto
o as jar at OEMs The
an other stock owahn -
a ~ to brig their ed
deIme a spends J objet
obe iB mabWeri New York, am
hMdm ea Fr at of Pimes.
to Mr. e Wa he @tod that
tis teqal to bo y nied in the
S so peomtt bof t M Af -
ft odt r 10 per smat ins ta
i em l Sg-b t ose wai hm say
IM bat i th ite to soadms o
awe imil bme i s6 t d whr a
ini Mr ma. iwas a
d a imo the mmth, an spe
mSB e taof art du rieg binstay.k
goe o0t8ale ai almost pintseuet
!lnbr 6th dosllntot witl te go-
t wiou oppi to atewr hinkt i of
Sasg mad sNd pli eaWrand oupfeme
S ated that"a m overad weopt beir
papi-.t h City (Nefs.) Journal.
Sa "Florida Day" at the Pare-
lsa Expositioent been changed
Spatmber 7th to September 1 ath.
h e was m odeater onsultations-
wmh othbe led cmpai s to the end0
edemse low ratesupm which have badeen
sldoam count of the G.A.R. en-
w amt ot cle veland, 0., mawy be tako
aife of by those who mt doay want
The at lhim Jdckwonvillthe to Cleve
i rm will be a a6 to which maary be
ad d about for the round thrip bit
amg Oseland and Buis o ro. Tickets
sw agread standpll Florf ida pointre
t i tohasten over and th. It is x-
I that y Florid p" atthe Pan
b vactam of thiompanies opportunity to
ghe itd on account of the G. A. R. en
eam pateot Cleveland be., granybted in
aa sgeofby the oseretay of State for
S ra'rmb. The cacpnl is $to00,000,
Ilbeadn te at Sal ua one. The
s ember 6th to IIth and will bst in the con-od
euetp to October thi .ub o dirt rodis ex-
mPalea nat a Florida people rail-
e isaBiano o Florida dayn. on o-
. l's propiry asmaybe neCeLsUa or
hl lorthefurtherae of the cor
p alim and purpsLes oo the asso-
amir Thelincorporapitl are (I300e
6. Nigw, Lehman White and William
TI E ISm WHY IT IS NE.
Same newspaper subscribers often
Weder why a publisher keeps on send-
S the paper when a subscription has
ip aed. An exchange says the reason
hlluM Whea subscription is paid to
Mitaoin time, and the time expires, and
Spaer is stopped, it looks as if the
doubted the integrity of the sub-
aMdin ime se out of ten the
will give the editor a calling
f oribsm atig hat his credit is
good. BRather than cast any re-
against a neighbor's honesty
p' an small debt it has become cus-
for country newspapers to con-
to send the paper after it has
The city weeklies and dailies
gmegdlLy loWow this rule as their
sae at a distamee, and be-
as aem aot acquainted with them
mat know their aiaacial stand-
SabouldM deem it an honor to
rthat is credit is not doubted
.bhker continues to send
_ ~~ .-Datonae Florida. August 17. 1901
E IT SETTIEB.
SThial b B. B 8trkey, charged
with UponC. F. Burgman, was
al1 1M 1 JudgS 8tewart of DeLad
TeW y. Mr. .9simey eatrd plea of
-O -M a the following statement
"aikt, tat tie call for a meeting was
ort peamrpe of bringing together the
IMteleem parties with a view to peace
0* 6tse exiting diaeremeies. Opposi
tOM wea Noonmanied by a few per-
Wmm omlyC. F. Burgman assuming to
ASpthe MWom f the prbedple of-
ird. w n t by. sMdeavoring to dis-
gen6 the ases; ilng in this he then
ain hir oeesdings by ridiculing
their peameabli eoaduet, and charging
two p amm a whom he stled 'prominent
eA- ma he,0' with being the te ta-
toe of 'thbdistancere,' r to the
meeting, saA added that he had had lf-
tee yeaM' experiencee with Christians
ad Christianity; 'the tendency of which
was, to teat you pleasantly to the face
ad kaiebyou in the back.' He contin-
ind further by demanding that we name
tO peanm and place our finger upon the
tAieg that we condemned, and declared
that while Mr. Davis and wife were at
mbhat foment working to earn their liv-
1ig, we Christians, in. a cowardly man-
r, were trying to ruin his character.
He then attacked the resolutions which
he delaed were meaningless. He de-
mnd4, la a lordly manner, the purpose
of O msnting, asking in a sneering way
what he aoM aume it; and, assuming
a moek~ I' etae of piety, accompanied
by a swespef his hand over the audience
he said, 'It is like a prayer meeting.'
This ceamed great excitement, a number
rising to their fet in remonstrance.
After quiet was restored, Mr. Burgman.
who was still attempting to speak, was
warmed to desist from further attacks
upon Christianity and contemptible exP
pressions against those present;
gentleman further declaring 'God is my
judge,' and turning, pointing to Mr.
Burgman,said, 'And God will judge you.'
At this juncture Mr. Burgman leaned
backward in his chair, pointing his in-
dex finger forward, and tapping his
breast, and in a tone of confidence said,
'God will not judge me, I am my own
When Mental Science was mentioned
Mr. Burgman areom and protested that
'We are not here to discuss Mental Sci-
ence.' Then another person arose and
reminded Mr. Burgman that 'Neither are
we here to discuss religion.'
Resolutions were offered and passed
with only one dissenting vote, there be-
ing five persons present, as visitors. dis-
interested and not voting, while eighteen
citizens responded in the affirmative.
The meeting then adjourned subject to
the call of the chairman.
It was hoped by those present that the
result of this meeting would influence the
disturbing element to ceaw their objec-
tionable conduct but contrary to ex-
pectations, the next issue of the local
paper was used by them to not only pub-
the proceedings of the meeting, and reo-
\ PAY THE PRINTER.
If you owe the busted printer,
Pay him up.
It is soon a-coming winter,
Pay him up.
See his trousers in the touted
And his shirtwaist sticking out;
He's in need beyond a doubt;
Pay him up.
MJ HEMAL TALKS.
Major G. P. Healy, general manager of
the State Fair, recently gave the Jack-
sonville Metropolis good reasons why
the State Fair should be held in Novem-
"The State Fair management," said
he. "has several times made public the
reason why November was selected for
the fair, but there has again arisen in
some counties the question in some shape
and the objection is being raised by peo-
ple who do not favor a state fair, and
who are opposed to making an exhibit.
The reasons for November are over-
whelming. To begin with more Florida
products are available for show late in
November than at any other time of the
year. For example, all farm products
and a large proportion of the state's
fruit products. This is especially true
of citrus fruit. Oranges, limes, lemons,
etc., are then in their prime, and the same
applies to Japan persimmons and pine-
apples and many other fruits."
"Additionally, the Georgia state fair
will be held the week before, and it will
therefore, be practicable for the horses
and machinery and other exhibits of
that fair to be sent here. But, obviously.
if our fair is postponed until winter, all
these will then have been sent home to
"Another strong argument in favor of
ovember is that people looking for
actual settlement come here in October
and November. taking advantage of the
excursion Mltes given them. A further
and potent reason i. that from January
on the transportation companies could
or would not make us a rate for the fair
on atcount of tihe tourist season, a'nd,
besides, November is the season when all
farmers can best leave home. and we are
*much more sure of favorable weather."
"This fair is for all thel Iople of Flori-
da. and people must rnimenmler that
while no month could be sele.-t:ed that
would suit every individual, that selec-
tion should be made that would suit the
largest number. Undoulitedly Novem-
ber is the month."
Holly Hill News. j
Rev. and Mrs. Martin anr once morn
staying at Oak Bank.
Mrs. Hand is spending a week at her
father's, Gi. W. Harris.
The launch "Tomoka" and "Yankee
Doodl" inmade several trips taking par-
ties up a1nd d(OUwn the river this week.
lutions as requested, but to use the Mrs. Ellenwood. whIo is visiting Mrs.
whole front page. under flaring head Chas. Harris. is having good sport fish-
lines, for the purpose of covering the true ing. She hooked an 80 pound stingianre
intent of the meeting, and robbing those and has caught numerous bass and trout.
present of the credit of honorable pur- On Sunday Mrs. 'has. Wethlrel re-
posem. (A copy of this paper has been turned home from El Dora. She has un-
placed on file. as evidence, on the records fortunately been obliged to curtail her
of the county court.) visit on account of the illness of one of
When it wasmanifest that theseparties her children; the little fellow is getting
were not disposed to act in good faith, better.
and adjust matters honorably but pre- The residents of the North end of Holly
erred to continue their vilifying methods H
as evidened by such expressions as the Hill had their second sale of ice cream to
following: 'Although the high muck-a- raise funds to build a general utility
muck and chief prooter had two sets of room. They are much in need of a build-
mucka c pt ingin which to hold Sunday school. hav-
resolutions (a statement which was g ing alhiadh to Ihld Sunday school. hav-
false) in his pocket, he did not have the g already hi n enrol
manhood to present them;' further stat-
ing that the same gentleman had placed i Mr. Danie l antz (Otterville. Ia.. says:
SI "Have had asthma and a very bad
him before the public as a knave., cough for yearns, lut eould get nno relief
The indignation resulting became so fi-onn thiledotors iiand lii(inis I tried,.
great. and the evident futility of any le- until I took Fh.-y'sl llaona- anl Trar. It
gitimate means to secure adjustment gave immediate alnlief, a.ntl ondn.e me. mrn.
were so conclusive, that the final deter- good tha. all the other. rion
mined effort took place, and ended in the
disagreeable, but evidently unavoidable.
prooseding of which you have all been O
OF LOCAL ITEEST TO ALL
Dave Stewart was on the sick-list last
C. M. Bingham, Jr., was a DeLand
Thad MeCollum made a pilgrimage to
the Inlet last Saturday.
Wm. Wicking made two flying tripe
south the first of the week.
Major J. N. Bradshaw, of Orlando. was
in the city during the week.
Three suites of second hand furniture
for sale at a bargain at Rush's.
Fred Haven has rented the Bracy black-
smith shop on Second Avenue.
H. Finney, a popular DeLandite, is
spending a few days at the beach.
J. H. King, well known in Daytona, is
in charge of a saw mill at Dania, Fla.
C. H. Pellecier went up to St. Augus-
tine Tuesday and returned Thursday.
A. Lindstelt, of DeLand, is in charge of
J. A. Erickson's shoe and harness shop.
Charles Kurts, the game warden, was
over from DeLand a few days last week.
Winn Rodgers captured a prisoner last
week which proved to be a thirty pound
loMrs. J. BL Turner, of DeLand, is visit-
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Rev. Father Kennedy, of Jacksonville,
will perhaps be the late B'shop Moore's
Miss Mabel Foye returned last Satur-
day from a week's visit with friends at
Mr. Heath, who has been in Daytona
for some time, returned to his Michigan
Dr. G. E. Morden returned Tuesday
from Ormond, where he has been doing
D. F. Morrison was so busy filling
orders last Saturday that his mustachY
evaporated in the rush.
For sale:-A new Everett upright
piano. $175 cash takes it. Enquire of
Major Britton. Seabreeze.
Wm. A. Bea Der, the wide-awake bar-
ler, has opened his shop on Sundays, the
beach trade demanding it.
Wesley Johnson and Chas. Mansfield
have put new sidewalks in front of their
property on Palmetto Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Granmling returned
Tuesday morning from a week's visit
with Port Orange friends.
Mrs. D. Stewart is at home, after
pleasant visit with her parents and
friends at Umatilla, her former home.
Chas. M. Hilliard, of Palatka, spent a
few days in town the past week. Hie
wad adjusting the insurance claim of Vet
Thie sidewalks on tie north end of
Ridgewood are in a very bad conditionn
and need the attention of the street conm-
Mrs. Vandergriff.of DeLand, has rented
the Magnolia Hotel. We understand
that she will conduct a strictly first class
Judge Jones has appointed Ex-Govern-
or Francis P. Fleming to be guardian ad
litem for Mrs. Flagler in the Flagler di-
Laurence Thompson informs us that
an unusually large number of inquiries
are coming in for information regarding
accomodations for the coming winter.
Rev. Graham, who has been assisting
in holding the revival services at the
Baptist church during tihe past three
weeks, left Wednesday for his charge at
We had the pleasure of meeting C. (.
C('odrington. of the l)eLand News. and
his estimable wife at the Hotel Coquina
Sunday. Editor C('odrington is at the
heln of one of DeLand's newsy weeklies
and his journal is every day growing in
Dr. W. E. French is at Fairport, N. Y.
The Schantz sawmill is now running
in full blast.
Ex-Mayor McNary. oFOrmond, was in
Attorney J. E. Alexander drove over
from DeLand Sunday.
C. Buekman, of Jacksonville, visited in
Daytona over Sunday.
George Wray has been over to Gaines
vilIr this week on business.
Col. E. W. Peabody, of the Times-Union
and Citizen, was in town Tuesday.
Dr. G. M. Wallace and Mrs. J. A. Bos-
trum drove down from Ormond Monday
H. F. Douglass left Tusaduy for a
month's visit in New York and New
Col. W. G. Wynans, of the Indian River
Hotel. Titusville, was in town several
days this week.
Fire destroyed a small building in Way-
croe Tuesday night belonging to Mrs.
Fish Commissioner Detwiler was up
from New Smyrna Tuesday and favored
us with a very pleasant calk
The H. R. Y. C. has had a neat glass
case placed in front of the club house for
the display of weather reports.
Messrs. Serjeantson and Brownrigg
have the launch Etta May on the ways
and are giving it a complete overhauling.
J. H. Niver is suffering with nervous
prostration and neuralgia. He expects
to go North on a business trip as soon
as he recovers sufficiently.
A. M. Terwillizar, of St. Augustine,
was in Daytona last Saturday. lie is
interested in orange culture, owning
several groves in the state.
Marshal Rodgers seems to be the king
fisherman of the town just now. During
thl past week he ha.s caught a number of
large bass and several tarpon.
telephone company have com-
menced work on the DeLand line. Wm.
Eick has the contract for furnishing the
poles, and Walter Cameron is in charge
of the construction work.
Rev. J. C. Porter is canvassing the
state for offers for the location of a state
orphanage asylum, to be erected within
the next year. Arcadia offers a site and
five thousand dollars in cash.
Lawton, an Oklahoma town, unlike
Rome. was built in one day. Its popular.
tion nunlbered ten thousand and business
houses four hundred. Of course a news-
pa vas one of its adjuncts.
R. L.'Papy. who hal locen in charge >f
the MaeDaniel nmeatt market for some time
past. returned to his home near St. Aug-
ustine last Saturday. Hle owns a large
scuppernong vinyard and goes to look
after his crop.
Edw. i. Harris, the scenic photogra.
pher. was over to Seahreeze last Satur-
day taking views of the Breakers and
oithier buildings. Mr. Harris Ihas no
superior as a photographer on the East
( ,;at.ir. ;i I he is at present doing a very
Stouri-shing business for this season of the
An Oklahoma farmer wrote to a friend
in the East trying to give him some idea
of the soil out thee. He said they have
to mow the grass off the sod floor to
find the baby. One family near him had
twin babies with only one cradle, and the
kid who had to sleep on the floor grew
twtvice as fast as the other. Where the
soil is richest a man dare not stand on
one foot any length of time. lest one leg
become longer than the other anild bother
him in walking.
Rally Day at the Primiitiv- Btaptist
Church. Midway. for the lsenefit of the
Building fund. 11 a. m. Young P#I,op,.'s
Se'iety nt-eting, topi. "-' charity' :; p.
nm.. anniversary of thi' St. Joseph aidl
wici'ty, sermon hly lr.v. W. .1. J.on's.
7:'I se'minon by IKv. A. .imanu-I. -very-
loody is invited.
A smmmer's Trip at Little Coet.
informed, which took place in the tollow- 0 e W ort Orange allill
ing A l rsinally conducted 'xcursion will
ing manner: urann Massrs. Young and White. of .Jaukson- leave .aksonvill. at 7:4 Is. n.. Satur-
Meeting Mr. Burgman outside of. and vill.. and E. F. Mansfield and .1. (. lette- day vm,.nin,. .s.,telnla.r 7. taking in
below the Freedom office, I saluted himn Mr. andl ,.. \m.rnon Bra.y v.r.' i pher went down the river fishing last ,"lev(.l|t.n. Tiel.edo. I.troit. tih lan.
with the words, 'Good morning. Mr. town Monday. Friday, and returned with 56 trout andl Am.l ri an Flposition at Buffalo. Niaga'ra
Burgman. (without smiling) how albot J. I. Carrow drove. oiver to Ila'rol.(l bass as a result of five hours work. '. Falls. andl many othei.r points of interest.
that prayer meeting?' to which Mr. Monday. returning during tlihe night. ph otograjph of t'he catch was tak.men in lThe rout.. ill e through Atlanta,
Burman, without stopping replied, 'I do i rs. C and A Mrs. rig rv up to front *f S'hnidt's Villa. arond Lookout lontain at hatta-
notcare to discus that question now Daytona Wednesdavy. 'l i Th revival services condtutedl hv Rev. uga. tlhine tl'hrougIh I. nTi.aIlow
and turned to par to the left, when 1raham anl Rev. Anrews at te li anp- villages f t'he lue grass r'gini.
placed my hand on his arm, telling him Miss MataI I.on on 1 .1 i', 1 *- i a nn hanwRev.A An a evening, t al vininlati, 't.r
to stop, and on his failure to do so he LandTuelh;v a,,I i, ,, 'I or. 1l),,1'1!' 14t ,.hur.'h ch(PSed Sunday evening., the Cincinnatii.
to e stopandonh failure to do so he Landi Tu.eting havin-g been very largely at- Thi rates have. ais.ng greatly lowered
received two blows on the neck. after famil. tnded, and front a spiritual standpoint for thii trip, anal in ,ordt-rtospcurespal..
which he shouted. 'Don't hit me again, G. E. M ,ri,.i. ,,,-mI .,, t ,, I ., ., r A a, r,. considered vervsuccessful. Twenty- either in the i'lcoaihcs or P'ullman sleeping
Starkey. I am no fighting man., to which Holmes ('o of .Ial.-.mon. ..'. ., .. i: ti i -.'vem converts were added to the ment- "a"',, apili'ationii shouilhl e finale ntan.me.
I replied,. No, but you are a writing this w k. Irship of the church. and twelve persons This will unIdouhitlly i. th tlarges.
man.' He now started for his gun. curs- of r a ranl.'st 1r-oiall. .,nlut.l tour.
mgas hewent. Mr. Burgnan* ul.5 f'w Will Daiv1 nid f:iiU.i\ i.I;v. % n-ov l ti> i Io werl e nMembers of othtlr ifiptist a'rr .st it -, l ,, ilu.,, t,,r
taken by the arm, and forcibly brought St. Lucie. o 1 l. .ii I l.ha,,rhes joinedthel Daytona folil. as well as the 'h.'aie't, that will I.e
taken byto theporchwh arm, ere he, after a aribly has entered t I, i a a t .' o.rat.-d frorn this e,'tion this year. and
bark to the poh, where he, after a war haener.. Per, a stoffi.' insr'tor. of will inc-lhle reir.senitativ.e of the Floririda
of words, finally, by outside interference, Quay. J.laksonville. is registered at Sc-hmildts I pres-i. State ottiitl-, niany c niplanies off
ended by his threat to kill me.'" Mrs.E. A. AM'! ni.l (mi;!:liiilit i .nl-) Villa. The GAZETTE-NEws asked Mr. tihestat, numiitmia. i lhrimia's ,l'i.-gation to
Mr. Starkey expresses himself as eatis- and Miss Carolrih'- M21. :, .I w,.-1 n -\wn Peerl for an interview regarding his visit the annuall eniiamiipnlanienit of the Grand
ed withthe result,and notwithstanding to New Smyr ;i; l;ast \.k to \ ,- .' rs. hi but he refused to make a statement. Army of thli- I.i.li<. and oth-r-,.
he bdebedtheprovocation sufficient to T. J. Murry. other than that hle was here to inspect II. F. C'ary. of lo)i Wst Bay street.
justify his action, he recognizes that thle Miss aud Ailrni rrm'vival a .ill thl' postottices. "Arte yon here to inve*- Ja.ksoinvill,, the. repsenritativ-, of theu
plea of"guilty of assault' establishes the Thursdayevevd ingof i-an* .is ., n .i, tigate the complaints in regard to the Soutlhern Rlailwa., is in full ,charg'. of
duty of opofig& taae, which the court a kg y in St. Ani\ugitin'. Se.h went eabr.'ze niatter," was asked him. lie arranging this popular affair: an.d will
placed at$5. up there on Ii..- a': iiy t-rain 'idadn. miorn- e|,plied that "a postottive inlsector neverI Iw ellighted to give piromnilt,.st attention
n allows himself to le interviewed." and to any and all inliuiries.
In DRY GO(OD',' NO
CLOTHING, ETC. 0,
Befor e taking our annual invent y
buy anything in our line at*-
Also some special bargains i Se and Mdt
Pants See our Bargain Counter for
004006: ------- a 10*00*00*0 so*asea a. a.es***$
W r. lieP Jr. & Co, I lif
; The Largest and Most Complete Stock
Sof Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions eom-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist on.y.
P Perfumery and Toilet Article -
L TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a battle.
Beach stre, 'P P 4 DAYTONA, rILOIDA.
-- -- -
IEoT. CONRAD CO. AT %F
At their new store have a
first-class line of...............
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,.
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
FIRST CLASS REFRIGERATORS IN USE.
Agents for W. L. Douglas Soes
for Men. The Beston theMarket
BEACH STREET, near ORANGE AVENUE and SOUTH BRIDGE.
FOUNTAIN IT Y PHARIIACY,
('CONER IEAt'H STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
IINs a. Sele.t Stock of....
I ll';S FolPR I'RECRITIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
(OMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
IlI. .1. M .IONES. proprietor, can e consulted professionally during business
hours, ; ottfiae hiurs. Sunday, 9:0) to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
Ik lo.iat.,Il on tle HIalifaxi River. It .commands a most attractive view in every dir.
-t i,,i .onml 0no uiner I,.'atioi ,n an I wtfoiinl in this vicinity. During thesummer the
liiih, | hl, Ih-ein .iienlart.rl hy tlhe aililitiomin of a wing on the south side; the room asg
.,il- e or.l.-inite. An i.w dining rimin has lken built on the south side iv a
snIMIIIv -io,'>.ir ii il is light anl h-liperful. The parlor, office, halls and rotuada have
|i'nn |.nhlatrgel. iiaths auiil lavatories have iwen added and everything domforte
"mili ort alin ii,'nivenieli'e of guests. The hall is one hundred feet long. ThieCuisi
i-' in ,iharg.- of a 'kn* Illwteiit e-1I4f and it is the especial aim of the maamsae.t to
k".' tli- h t;al-l- ip) ti its usuail excellen-. Thlie lihouse is three blocks nerth of thede.
IMlt. a1 .nvi4 .*nt to ti.' Post Office. Chun-bhes, .choos,ete. and is withi a mile
of thie (m.,-an with its magnificent beawh for wheeling, driving or autoing. Bate
*2.-.",0 plr day. 140.f() pir week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
THE BREAKERS BY-THE-SEA
do at -wasWs66.
lb r. tb gnst vielint after one
41t bb pe. -*you are Ideed a
Whnme er I hear you and .L
Pna@ew play I seem quite dawd,
S et spe M is so fatelating!
Rare yes ever hasd PaderewsmoD-
- i Kuft Dint."* aad this very
be qs lg" curly sever bear
y. rst'r aged the astonlshed
S we ta yu." answered Kabellk.
im eesadm that I pom a Cer-
am p a trtalt originality. Now.
I comet d to lose this conscious-
%, r aa it eatrdy depends my
Meeam. I 4 Pamerewski onwce, and
@do& my ith IN nmydo slipping.
OW ome I emr head bhim play was
Sperfu that I itM, hfr the sake of
om ewsot.a i1 I goesI s any
(MiO. M. Ke almost shrieked the
b yi) that t woald be safer and wis-
er w ISve toa Mi own joy and gen-
M Mf t adame. there is but one Pa-
4iMlsa; tUm arena many KubeUk."-- !
S o -a m N Ns e at ea *4.
Whbe Ia to bay, the*kangaroo Nuts contain a large amount of nour-
e" beaugh a o fle the hnater' ishment, and owing to their oily nature
andU an m i nmbh It h w his digest easily. Eaten with salt they ar'
fAut. Topw s each man palatable. Either as a dessert course
Sfsi hism atwoorthre ,or salted and used as a re-lisb their
O tsik ss Msg A rmed with a value is the same. They are not ex-
Sw wth a club attachment at the : esive, for from the peanut through
e d hey le tupon swift ~ horses the Imported varieties they can tw
tua heo&, bought la bulk at small cost.
-ef a ui iThe peanut has many good qualities
n M at y ad equlponse of ir torecommend Iand from Its lowestate
i easa d a fuent erect apon their is coming to the front as an important
e me thir spears and tojumpcleubs.ar Item in dietetics. It is supposed to cure
er ae hegm is the game is bsa lasomnIla if pten Just before retiring.
SIn i W as n the guIt Salted, they are much cheaper than al-
ft JIM d = at o mends. The small hickory out at a
t we The eshtrnisbes few cents a quart, can be used on the
-t r *e meomst economical table. The English
a maple his pTvate mark walnut makes a very good salad
M bebtoy, and when they have blamnhed and used with celery. Fil-
eg t S retire back to civilisa- berts, almonds and Brazil auts are
elm Ther are D varieties of kanga- more expensive, but as only a few are
Vn, am a tese the ible, red wrIla- neede at a time the cost is not great.-
S bck grey and forester, the lst er Woman's Home Companion.
Mfai'lgh the b lt eater, as it lives we
a la wooded sections. Eggshells may be used to advantage
t o startup e ueucat pian. s or ..
A e wasp n beforeaplanting. The half shells are filled
P- g ad wa rormlg noeore e with earth and set in a box also con-
u sd s v aece In one of the tatintg dampened earth. A bole is
g Met late of Amperica, accord made In the point of the shell to allow
ag s-asin m h paper. "I am now drainage. A single seed to then plant-
S1 to M ean feat." si d be, "o ed in each hell, whichbeb is easily broken
m f whitkyf." There owan a dead wen transplanting is done without the
Sdm."Wl sme gentleman thea slightest disturbance of roots. This
me**Will sei gtleman 'o the use of eggshells Is the discovery of a
mAvor me wt a pnt of whis- e French gardener, who claims that they
y f PThere wIsI a. d the are vastly superior to the little pots
y."e e to l a theasurer generally used for the purpose by flor-
m Umn town I oght set to have to
as a send tme fr such a thing. I *nw te V 5&.are
gtv* y wrd I wl retr int Intact. "That band me down suit you're
Isn'-- e me wearing," remarked Rlvers, "reminds
"an"esa=Ma talL gaunt man me of an unripe watermelon."
b he Ma' wu frt m a fr t seat. "Why?" asked Brooks.
a q at doas welr "Because It's so different One Isn't
". e al I merely"-- cut to fit. and the other isn't fit to cut."
l o~*e he Oe.m ailha e -t reen. It was then that Brooks based away
r pn bi a diesa at m.--Pck-Me-Up.
e sa e their way at him-Pk-Me-Up.
Mthe atrm In a body. 'a u .
y. Hamlin (standing before the tattooed
I" Sman In the dime museum)-Heavens.
Even the bI smerstlous are often ow that fellow must suffer If e ever
GU rby the ml uerte which at- gets the Jiajamsl--mart SetL
nd gS pmGne a certain dates. A
kWMeflaI h ity h a I Its employ Imperfect digestion and assiuilaLtion
a W Sg ~e w of th fact On June produi.d disordeni conditionss ( of the
12a s inpsae~ it i left arm by the systeni, which grow and ar- 'in-
CO In l with machinery.
-T2'%a utu a hld Ufor his then rfned~ oneglt. erbine gives toiw to
Ssatd be was given that of the stoma-h. and caines goold dilgs-
Oa ter June 12 he tion. Price .O ct. Dr. J. M. Joe.
1 w I the Strand while on
a broken le The From The Ocala Kveanin. Star
was a fall on the stairs Of April lt.. 1)1.
aBm'is UldlN. aga June 12f April t. 11.
broken this time. The
a s another aanlvesary "We are indelbted to Mr. .eorgie ('lose
ft" Ita. The frt took the for the finest cabbage and lettuce we
Mub hia f meratila and issued an have ever swen grown in 'lorida. Mr.
08 aOt 1i tMit the employee was (lose in a manll of finl- judgment, aind one
t *0a b0 Yl on that date. aa order of the most smewireful truckers in the
U 116 = ri el piled. for State. and he is as generous and large--
d hearted as lie is prosperou Mr. Close
W MAO Wemf -t o aew. [ought his ied from the l hi Reliablle
"O OfBas En atryo asked a young *pdsman. J. I. BSutton, who hninlles
A / Ia Ot s the back seats of an only the hst Sieds to 1i- had especially
M ast 2 a t1 eCar who was carry- adapted to Florida, and make a ispe-
ifa B4bM e puel4e dog Uoder her eialty of tlhe finest strains of (Cahbage.
USK_ iI Egg Plant. ILtturv. Onion and Tomato,
-s thai tcductor. I ,Seed. wS display aii-vertisment in
S wI me to" another clin.
L rMd on aanoth the quor column.
W- thecndcto ainwured with some
s6wa f ipadmM FinMlalfly wlwen I ighliving.intenimperance.exposuirend
skeet eaWbed, he rang. and many other things bring on llright's dis-
eaW mWNa Bs6 "This It Haszel eae.. Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent
G t sWd the W doamaetor.
Mk. Id a't was t n et at that right's diwmaLe and all other kidney or
' I e ly wasd to knew where bladder disorders if taken in time. Ie
t was I 1 to thed of the lke." sumr to take Foley'. lDr. .1. M. Jolni,.
Sthe car arted agait abe
Sdews the p and sa id i "Tonioka" for charter. Si-
M Mtuqf mSe aeffetin, '"There, uLa "lonmoka for c-harter. Sim-
Sria he, irt whee your muddy ner rates. W. H. HEATH. Holly Ilill.
STo .Tr;i.lie-ite from tie syst#eni give the
I. abuse. Mise. child pllain. nourishing food and White's
'wVtf aNsW s iYM 8 at.Nelli" Cream Vermifuge. The rilult will Ie.
Nf__t nrtuwith your bait ln ll.
?-b.:R-B nlat m wit you do the worth s will dimieipear and tle child
It As Mas I B Ptaagea Ing-iln econi. healthy and heerfui. I'ri e
tllAre you 2.7"et-. Dr. J. M. Jonetws.
a-f relation. Bnt i "(goo eye" derailed a trolley car
S af &- wais in Syra use th other day. The ni mtor
'- *-A man was flirting with the owner of the
as *a r eyes and did not notice a sharp curve in
e5 cmaaly pq- time to put on brakes. as a eoniaequience
Oif 1ah Virgiuta of which the car toppled over and fell
""0 Mu pm 11 mis th down an emlbankmeut, injuring about
would Inevitably tear me to atoms.
"I thought of the trench outside of
the track and sprang across the rail to
throw myself down on It. but as the
beam of the engine light came rushing
toward me I found that there was not
room. Why my wits did not desert
me has always been a wonder, for I
felt that I had but a second or two to
live and would be killed in a most hor-
rible manner, but a merciful Provi-
dence directed my eyes to an unusual-
ly large cavity In the wall, caused by a
blast near a seam, and with the rapidi-
ty of thought I sprang Into It and press.
ed my back against the rocks.
"The cars rushed by and so close that
the wind caused by their motion blew
off my bat, and a few that were an
Inch or two wider than the rest rubbed
my clothing, as I afterward saw by
the marks. Oh. my friend." said the
captain, placing his hand, which was
like lce from agitation, upon mine, "if
you knew the agony of those moments
-the suspense, the hope of escape and
the terror lest some car a little wider
than the rest should drag me from that
shallow cavity and crush me. the be-
wildering, rushing, crushing noise of
that fearful train and the Interminable
time It seemed to take to pass by-you
would not wonder that I cannot even
now pass through that tunnel, although
safely In my car, without a shudder
and a prayer of thankfulness to Provi-
dence for not forsaking me In those
tat dthobs, pai and
ache, or feels heavy, stuf-
fy, dd or dizzy,is poor
head to do business with.
It imrriam the temper, up-
sets thetomaCh, interfees
with d on and weanrs
out the brain and nerves.
Make the nerves strong,
the brain dear and your
head will be right.
*H"ad edacbhasm bis aad
maflyftso merwm tat cowd
meles t der 6l confeead ad
cold sclyd. Dr.
w Ner=e a
R*W. M. VAx Suh.
OAH! ll/ J Best Cigar.
"SAN MATE" TFhedNa s
It's all Florida.
llhl* h.ur ;-v -.-Al A; .-. -A --;. A. *.- 1 *
Ji ao E RI
soterft, Amff- 17, ow-
A CLOSE CALL
T~delsg me day on the aHdson
Blver raircl d with a friend in the
-my he related to me a personal ex-
perleAse which Is to say the least bar-
The conversation of my friend con-
verted the tediousness of the journey
Into enjoyment, and before we had sop-
posed ourselves at Peekskill we were
surprised at the shout of the brakeman
announcing the station, "Garrison!"
"Do you not stop here for West
Point?" I Inquired.
"No.," replied the captain. "I am go-
: to Hudson to dine."
Immediately after passing Garrison
the train steamed through the long tun-
nel which takes Its name from the sta-
tion. My friend was silent for several
minutes after, when, turning to me, he
said, "I always feel chilly when I go
through that tunneL"
"For what reason?" I asked.
"I was caught In It one night," said
the captain, "and I think I never so
narrowly escaped death as on that oc-
I begged him to relate the particulars,
and he obligingly described the occur-
rence as follows:
"You have lived long enough In Cold
Spring," said the captain, "to know
that the Saturday dinners of Mr. --
are exceedingly delightful Well. on
one occasion I was present at one of
these Saturday evening reunions, and
there was such an unusual amount of
enjoyment that time flew by with dou-
ble Its ordinary rapidity. General
Scott had taken his seat at the whist
table, and. having been beaten, he
could not bear to abandon the game
until he had had his 'revenge.'
"A group of West Point professors
watched the players with deep Interest,
and I myself became so absorbed in
watching the game that when I at last
remembered that I had agreed to meet
Livingston at the depot and go with
him to Garrison 1 found, on looking at
my watch, that I had but seven min-
utes to get to the train. I made my
adieu hastily and walked rapidly to
the station, but arrived too late. The
train had gone.
"The night was delightful. The stars
were brilliant, and the moon was near-
ly full. I felt unusually well, and be-
Ing an excellent walker I at once re-
solved to walk to Garrison. for the dis-
tance was about three miles only and
I had on several occasions walked
over that portion of the railroad. I ex-
amined my time table and saw there
were no trains due for some hours. I
did not at that time know it had been
that day changed.
"After picking my way over the long
bridges on piles and testing my pow-
ers of walking a rail over the draw.
bridge I reached the mouth of the tun-
nel. It looked darker and more for-
bidding than I expected. and I paused
a few moments before I resolved to go
through It. I had not gone far when
I was In perfect darkness. Knowing
that the trains run on the right hand
track. I took the one on the left, in
order that I might not be overtaken In
the rear and could see the engine light
If approaching me In front as soon as
possible. I had reached about the mid-
dle of the tunnel when I heard the dis-
tant rumbling of a train. I listened
attentively and felt satisfied that the
cars were coming from the direction of
' Cold Spring.
"I therefore continued on the track
I had taken. Presently the sound of
the engine whistle reverberated In the
dismal passage, and 1 was startled
with the singular effect, for at one In-
stant I was sure It came from the
north, while a second sound seemed
to come from the opposite direction.
In fact. I soon became so uncertain
as to the way the train would approach
that I stood still and watched both en-
trances. In a very few moments I
saw the bright light of the locomotive
sweeping around the curve near the
northerly mouth, and I felt relieved,
for the train was on the other track.
But the unearthly noise of the rapidly
moving cars was enough to terrify
even e stout heart.
"While watching the passing train I
suddenly became aware of another
train entering the tunnel from the op-
posite direction. Escape seemed Im-
possible. Both tracks were occupied.
and I knew If I lay down upon the
middle of the track the cowcatcher
BY EWAND F. VOUNOEt.
Marl Greemtise d gne abo fhir
sever days bowed down with the
weight of a great secret His vigilant
little wife had exsbated her bountiful
tore of epsdluets Ia tytas to diw-
cover the mystery. eajoesry. threat,
wheedling. expostulatiom, argument, all
the Intricate wBes employed by skillftl
women to gNt at the Iaser thegftb of
her lord and master, were brought into
play without aval.
Finally she became desperate, and to
mollify her Greenlee Intimated that be
was planning a joyous surprise for be,.
He let fall the hint that he had been
on the right aide of the stao k In a
recent deal and wifee" was going to
reap the benefit. Beyond this be would
not matter a word. .
At last be announced with a grand
flourish that hbis surprise was ripe.
Without going late tomany details he
would simply suggest that any one
who was Interested might have his or
her curiosity satisfied by securing a
position at the front windows at or
about 2 o'clock that afternoon. Then
he hastened away, despite the almost
angry protect at "wt ey" that he cer-
tainly should tell her In advance of the
others. But Greenlee was obdurate.
"The surprise is for you, deare,." be
said, "and I want It to be complete. I
shall look for you at the front window
up stairs about 2 o'clock, and when you
see what It is you will forgive me for
not telling you and spelling It slL"
As soon as be had departed all the
women In the house Immediately went
Into executive session for the four-
hundredth time since they had first
noticed symptoms of Greenlee's secret.
AU of the old straw was vigorously
thrashed over, but they were finally
forced to give up the problem. just as
they had done before. Then Mrs.
Greenlee went up stairs and indulged
In a spiteful little cry all by her lone-
some. After this she bathed her eyes,
put on her best clothes, eradicated the
tear stains with plentiful dabs of pow-
der, and hunted up the other women
to see If any of them had evolved a
working Idea, but they were till
groping In the dark.
Meanwhile the day were on and 2
o'clock was approaching. The resi-
dents of the house lined up at the win-
dows after much sparring for the best
positions. The little ormolu cock
chimed the hour of 2, and five pairs of
eyes searched the avenue up and down.
but there was no trace of Earl Green-
lee and his monstrous "surprise."
Occasionally some one would go to the
street door and peer through the maze
of vehicles and Individuals thronging
the venue, and It was even suggested
that opera glasses might be used to ad-
vantage. Then the clock struck the
hour of 3.
"Dear me'" said Mrs. Greenlee,
bouncing to her feet. "I bad an engage-
ment with the church committee of
which I am chairman at 3 o'clock. It
will never do to miss It, and I'm going.
surprise or no surprise. I have already
waited an hour for Mr. Greenlee, and
now he can wait an hour for me. Tie
my face veil, please; I'm In a dreadful
hurry. Dear me! I was never late In
my life before, and it's all on account
of Earl Greenlee and his exasperating
Ten minutes later she was whirling
down the avenue In a cab she had
hailed at the corner, busily engaged in
framing a suitable excuse for her tardi-
ness. when the cab slowed up. "What
Is the matter, cabman? I told you to
drive rapidly. Too must not stop until
we reach the church."
"Had to stop, mem; there's some-
thin doin ahead of us here, and my
borse Is skeart."
Mrs. Greenlee opened the cab door
and peered out. Then she stepped out.
Just ahead of them, careening from
one side of the avenue to the other,
butting sidewalks and lampposts,
madly charging the curbing, roaring,
hissing and snorting, was an automo-
bile. Finally the unruly machine gave
one triumphant lunge, vainly tried to
climb up the solid stone wall of a club-
house and fell back, broken and help-
less, a mass of twisted steel and
Then the wreck of a man pried him-
self loose from the smoking debris and
magnoliat Avene-- asId Raslod
MILL TRANSFER CO.
Haule baggage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.
S. SrLL8,' PRnOP
J. A. LRICKSON
Has opened a harness shop on North
Beach atwret and is ready to doflirt clawn
harness and 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 ment over from my
DeLand shop. All kinds of musical in-
istnrments and string", and sewing ma-
chineM and extra )>artm on hand.
Toeu Paftroam e .olicitd.
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.
Doors and Window Serfwns, Picture
Mouldings nilde to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on short notice
at nramonable prices.
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
in tmggT LxwwB-qatcmi Tsage TO
AND ALL POINT MArr AND W vEUSTrr.
NO Ortomf LAIW A IgsURavc m.UacB TIM
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AND THE U. 8.& FAST MAIL
1to the B mda nd th
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Wo thea WO*t amd -N-thW t.
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Sprigs, N. C. Fimst Summer Resset usec I the
wwwd. Tilounh Me l Cars Jeckmnvile to
Ashebvle Uad Met Sprigs, North CareDa
1m 1$no Pam0-1 1 E1" u aI3 L 1.
Through VetabWeed Traias, hPua Drawing-m Shkep g Cas, Thigh
Can.cs aemilMat Dialag Car Service.
Through Tains via the Souther Ralway ae Operated is sComaecmta ith
the Pi at Sytem fom JMscsoinve.
For sts, S.heboslsad mIndrmatoes,sl en or eddirm
W. T. cosBT. Travelal PMas Agemt, I W, Bay st, JACKIWOVIUL. Ia A.
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AprIl 2Sth, p9o,.
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Time Table No. 84. In Effect July 7, 1901.
SOL'TH BOND (Rd Down) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.
Suggestions of plans furnished gratui-
tously. Will cheerfully consult with
persons desiring plans, and guarantee
"*ou can fool an the people same
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
WE DONT want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.
$uE WIN- WlLIAtlt
are made to fool no one. They
are bonet Paints for hones peo.
ple: They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economic.
cal, and alays full measure.
$OLD A AY
Bingham & Maley.
A. Cecil Barnett,
5temoaeaphcr and Typewriter
Copying and Manifolding a Specialty.
-P. 0. Box 4G-
Pick Haine Cottage, ealresze, Florida.
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BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
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For copy of loam time card address any Agent.
J. D. RAMWR, LAst. G*n. Pass. Aget*. ST. AUGUSTIrE. MLA
0 8066609"w @@@@omm~ aco
At m Pan-American Exposition.
k & MALLOR'o
At Lower Rates Than By Any Ot
igTa1l supply of all kind ofeetrial
appliances and supplies always on had.
Special Attemtms to Marie WOk.
flopped down on the edge of the side-
walk, where he swore softly and
scraped the oil from what remained of
"Dear me! I wonder if the man Is
badly hurt?" said Mrs. Greenlee as
she adjusted her heliotrope toque and
walked over to where be was sitting.
The man looked up. Smudges of dust
and oil, streaks of gasoline, traces of
blood and shreds of clothing adorned
"Merciful heavens-Earl Greenleel"
screamed his wife, throwing her hands
Into the air and threatening to collapse.
"That's all right. dearie: I'm not
hurt." Then he slowly and painfully
arose and surveyed the wreckage be-
side him. "I ordered this automobile
three weeks ago-meant to give It to
you--guess I have not had time to
learn It yet. but I Intended to surprise
"Well. well!" said little Mrsn. Green-
lee, panthig with excitement and
wringing her hands. "Well. you've cer-
tainly surprised me. Yes, you've been
even more successful than that-you've
shocked me. Now. get right Into this
cab and let me hurry you home before
any of our friends see you."
The church committee fretted and
stewed and conjectured, but the able
.chairman did not come. The other
residents of thA Greenlee house kept
ceaseless vigil it the front windows
but they were disappointed, for his
wife sneaked him In the back way.-
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up nervous health and
strength. Try a bottle.
SoM by dans a cim -
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Semisab mU~g, D-N16P6
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Wu. WaKcso, Manager.
LAt at dft *am&
2S Dom 25i-
Made from Distilled Water.
Iof* IsI without the. of
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SAGENPTS WANTED IN EVERY
as.M J. B. SUTTON, Bsdeman,
.a o la.a Fla.
Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.
Local Overflow. -a
S. Nima Osborn mlt Tuesday for a
M s moath's visit at Union City, Pa.
& .E. lMoely left Thursday for Atlantic
Ney, w Jersey.
To esT aM d what you want in ta-
SHesr7, books and imag.inis at Geo.
Mr. amd Mrs. 8. H. Coleman are spend-
ig coupleof weeks at the Seaide Inn.
S What amog human ill are more an
l than p The afiletlon that
aetiv exezrcse are bad enough.
That makes even rest miserable
; i woar. Women are among itus greatest
Ss. Tabler' Backeye Pit Oint-
met will cure the most obstinate cases.
PrE 50 ct. in bottle, tube 75c. Dr. J.
S Mis Jolley is expected home from Ohio
S olay. Miss Harri will return with her.
A. L Bain, of Morgantown, Ind., .had
t get up ten or twelvetimes in the night
a bhad severe backache and bainr in
4 lkikMeys. Was cured by Foley's Kid-
-a A re. It's guaranteed. Dr. J. M.
J. M. Jolley has been somewhat in-
d pmd the last days. He expects to
ha e Moaday for points in North Caro-
ka, where he will recuperato.
b your liver tired? Does it fail to do
Mlduty? If so, don't neglect itecall for
Wl p. A few doses of Herbine may save
[ I a spell of sickness. Herbine is the
perfect liver medicine. It cure
s md lever. Price 50 cts. Dr. J. M.
ihad Mills and his wile, a colored
ample, got into a noisy dispute Sunday,
aid were up before Acting Mayor Bing-
hai Monday. He assessed them $12
adm eof, amounting to a total of $18.
Amy advertned dealer is authorized
to D araatse Banner Salve for tetter,
ma, piles, sprains' scalds, burns,
lnm and any open or old eore. Dr. J
Artber Kellar. of Palatka, is in town,
S kling with his father.
TLho Carter of Abhboro, N. C.,.had
Hkiey trouble and one bottle of Foley's
K yC Ore elected a perfect cure, and
he ay there s no remedy that will com-
pe with it. Dr. J. M. Jones.
Fraak Hand was over to DeLand this
veek serving a juror at the Criminal
Those who live on farms are liable to
I accidental cuts, burns and bruises
h eal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
himt is prompy applied. Pric 25
ad 50cts. Dr. J.M. Jones.
Our Ormond corresmpondence arrived
to late for publication, this week.
Fon WsooNro Cotoua.
"Both my little children were taken
wvthwhooping cough. "writes Mrs. 0.
I. Dutton of Danville, Ill. "A small
bttle of Foley's Honey and Tar cured
seogh and saved me a doctor's bill."
6r. J. M. Jones.
I% r bicycle repairing go to the Halifax
The Stiling family leave to-day for
yatoaa, their ooubehold goods, etc..
g fog by the sloop Minerva. Capt. John
S4Im, aad the family by rail. The News
P ald best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Sti-
Sg and family in their new home, and
wrie them all sumeS and prosperity.-
Cameo and Rockledge News.
Tou will always Sand goods as repre-
Nea~d at Geo. H. Clark's.
Wn. Finn of Lima, 0., obtained ex.
ed.at results from the use of Foley's
Kiey7Cure. "It relieved my backache
- I ever pain over the hips. It toned
M systeom and gave me new vim and
GmW It is an honest and reliable
L Mlyua -re cure for llI kidney dip-
Mams." Dr. J. M. Jones.
TABLE e Uhe TIDES.
Week beginning Aug. 17, 1901.
4 dall y 10:37
PLUMBING. GAS FITTING
STEAM and HOT WATER
LOCATED IN MASONIC BlILDING.
M4i.'u'.Kate. KirIbv. after an extended
stay il 11tIileii i.ret urum-d tiuio hrlhonme
at P'aIa tka. Wcdncslamv. itsdid(Iil ;vo'rge
.A. S. Willanrd andl D. 11'.a ffls:m t1 (
Palat ka. vn. wee a fi 11 aii', 1g- iu- friends
tit tile 1-4siside 1hill Nl-)ndny v v;flinlg and
1fQIl41441-e 10-'4li i~. -IIt4 .II Wiho Iu.n
Mr. and Mrs. Burguman left early Tues-
day morning to go to Dele,.nd by eat-
Mr. and Mrs. Herrick, of Orange City,
are spending a week with their eon
Harry Galbreath, of New Smyrna, has
been engaged for the season as clerk at
Dame Rumor haa it that Major E. F.
Britton hai dionowed of his property in
Seabreee and will shortly leave fo.r At-
E. E. Starkey, in company with several
parties, left Tuesday morning to attend
court at DeLand. They went by private
Captain Coggins and friends have re-
turned to Rockledge on Indian river after
a pleasant sojournl ',f several weeks with
friends in thin hurg.
E. E.Johnson has about completed the
handsomest Ihounse olur lit.i-hi. II.
has already had several oplllortunities to
sell., A daisy it certainly is.
Ernest Mill's new land boat is proving
quite a success. He mnide a trii nI ll t:e
beach on last Sunday afternoii, whiica
drew quite a crowd of sigheseeris.
Mrs'.AVI. 4 Si~ttMOIK:1):l. ',f N.-w York, has
jUSt 4*'olllj.lt te4 I l inmisf114 tlw (IlIlpilutt,
Whiist set '.'hirjNeii,.lp 1r4uwnti-d to thne
Iitjetaide 1111 1. litl..I) 111sit" to- jiflrt l 4
excuIrsil lists 14,1 lhe Intlet 1411 Iri-la v 'and
will take (4oi'l#. ll4)11 S1l1l4ialV Iill tile
ing regurla r t I'i1 o., ItO%%. I 'i li's from4 1tihe
into-rior who i4-, mw t ou~';o.'-., 4 ) tospe'nd
a few xv weks durIing~- tihe I.:'..oi11ilr 1also
etnj(4mya trill 141ltile Haifaxl;I.
A~ lileann" iit titOJfI IpIjoII tU ME.i.,toII I aiutd
on rd indr v evvnintr. l, Ii lie NJ ill liY Iiiii)*
on1 ( ~ I noh''e I IfItiui4..i e 14 .' igity ep
Wl-' We..re 14)41 48 1ii~iin.-z lo;ls-. 4.1)15s tIlng
It%.4 Anqlrc'.v Zjet-l.r o,f tl Mr 1 .-;l~. EA4-
win Kit vI if.Nit. 1ft IivI. 31k- Z lvgbe r. (If
ID'lalil a;111,14Mr. :111.1 3 r.Stew'.art. 1!s-
tsistedl w. ill 1'iam~l .11141'.iu lSo-1-loi jins.
MIr. /.ligll.r -hi~~as tit 4\cl.Iloil devloj. '.'.oil
tril illol l 1 % .4 loO'. A 111't 1Ilie- nwiun-o i x-
lilt 1141 o'inolirv %;I '' s toII 1 ol I i ll I I%- tlifo- I'll-
keptlIrsati %4 .NIi. 1h:i.1'. 1,1'. -1 im -Sr of
kothe w l-j'.eI'.. 31ti'.'. If-I '. IIllI L.oIu!S4 it : 4I )
Visitors. fr(Il4l I IIw v III 4 --:l.s :I lit I mh(814-114
si'unan Ioavjiu g-bleil 1ill l',-uth IN--N%%- Y4m-uk
!Circuit foij. thlie I 't I \% 4 10 y-a rs. Mlax
Mrs. Spangler. of the Surf Crest. prom- Il'ilii,''i. thi. N.-. York tiheatri.iill
ies us a treat in the near future. T..e milau;ag.rier i! 1r..i] l lii h.r .t \v.i n;lS
new orchestra is in daily practice. R!,
more of a reception float to the breeze.
Mrs. Henry Chambers, of Orang' Lake,
is spending her sixth summer (on our en-
ticing beach. We welcome lher. Mr.
Chambers and the boys are duck hunting-
Mrs. W. de V. Howard is registered for
the third season at Seaside Inn. As an
enthusiastic artist she will undoubtedly
take home with her many choice bits o(f
Improvements in and around Sahrlreeze
are steadily on the increase and it is saifo
to say that we will in the near future
have oneofthe finest little cities along(l
the East Coast of Florida.
Senator H. H. M-Creairy. of 1;ainesville.
is taking an outing with his family at
Seabreeze. Senator McCreary is a great
fisherman and finds the pier a nnost at-
tractive spot. He catchlies *rni too.
The public are heirely notilled thatlit Ir.
Van Valiah is in no way Uconiiie-ted ithler
fa in llY c oth r1 is. .. ithll tlhe
clit ilg:her fillt. a14I elihor. 31 s- I LowryIVis
lout 1:1 '. .' nr Il S Ii.- j aalso :a fluio
banwtiranol -av'o' ali~ii. t1 ily 1. ar' l 't ic
exlnibititoas loll till, Im-ai Iin1l'.flt )f till'
A~ po~tato) rue'avo- II,] prolg-r.-iv" e 4'l4hi
14114k plao fin\\*.-(l 4e~''l-u;it eve'alt the
I 'a.t*i irs. I io 1)111 il '.':is Iiwt a hovel
but l'X4'ititlg 4utn.lf-; ighit oiffl-t'i'int 14u11loit
part'?icipated'1. After till,- VOng fll tJks hall
thoir fitt IIIOw l~~ uid-h m s jouinoedI land
aIffoulII1'.e-I t'l a II -Iilitlof I t hl'4 lii sls'ota
14015. e'lj)'o0-1.nlY S.itll .14111 I.iathl' I mI' ul jlil-tt
elvin'tll Voork (u 4 Viihil~i 1041l1t., andlt
4 'tlarl't. afill 11 mdII. 0,1lw 4f Hluly & SIInIm'. s
114 Is o't SI.!'lif 3.r to44if It s*Y I''sfiletJ.f
first julizte if h.he lt i. jitl lmll o';caughit pick-
ing,11 till'the list jlotoaI I ) \ jitllhis titnget's.
Ill-tstea d :15j4 401. .12 .111 dl~la \\'.alN
tinl- mos4't rri''1lIiunn ter. hult loi.,win
th., w inner". J \\
Breakern Hotel. ill'. iiier-.
11. L. KocHERSPE nR ER. l'rqop. w,,ln' i, l.,',S :n t 011i .... il ,il no' e i 1,Il ;.1lo
:liw f t tI,' t ai;\i.. \\;' ;' I,.>k,- k t. A t ,'a-
Mrs. A. M. Mitchell has gone. N.rtli for spoon 4l \vi n-.l illn ioiio'ii: lp ithe 'mnir
nevetal months. Mrs. Mitchell is one of phi.s' nd il : ilI.l' ,o lin thli eliir l
the able secretaries of Mrs. Post. During .'iglht in ti,. -'l.r-I. 'I ili.- .'-r \\e iinrs.
her absence Mrs. Carter, of Daytona, will Ti'h lpriz's \\v-'. sh.-:1 .i. Alft..;- tile
fill the position of secretary. ra'- a pri.- -...-ixi lil'- ,f six tail,"l.
F. A. Mann has leased the White House to. ,k p:1.-. I,. ', 'i i -,- ,a-r Miss
and w ill take po session w ith his wviffte N' s ,,ift nI Tl-l. oli.i .:i tS ula .s.
()f N -\V \- S ii v i'l l. ., I i,
and mother in a few days. Will we then mrs Ihi. It,. f i;,,ik,.. hile
have another newspaper to keep uiS sterM.r. C.limi.R
posted in regard to our Ineighbl.r
Geo. Lyle and two daughters. San
Mateo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Youge..
Oviedo, F. A. Jones. Jacksonville. Silas
H. Coleman and wife, Daytona. and Fred
H. Gunby, Jacksonville, an re tent ad-
ditions to Seaside Inn.
Jas. A. Baggett and wife leave next
Monday for Georgiana. Merrit t's I--hi nd i
Fla. Jim goes to take possession of thil
property recently purchased b1y him of
Mrs. Black. Al Carter will comeln up in
his sloop to convey .liin's hiou-.hold
goods to 64eorgiainl.
Dr. W. A. Hoglaind. 4of Allanta. who
owns quite a tract mof lawd norIli of
Southworth lBoulevard. wais lh-hr. this
week looking after liis interst-i's. 'iie
again doctor, we armt' always gladly to
see our friends. ipecially the ntetrl-rip -iiing
ones. Dr. loagland left We4Vdistlay fooi
.ast Wednesday morning w-hii'le t-
iempting to turn a lighter over WVe-l .y
Herrick was severely hurt. Tlihe lighter
slipped and fell on him and for onei hour
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE FRANKLIN TYPEWRITER
Admired by Educated and Influential
Whet, msul men as Ben Harrison. ,litorial writer of the Timn s-
Union and Citizen, of Jacksonville. Fla., andl John N. llours, County
Superintendent of the Bonrd of ELhlnation,. of Salnl.-rsville. (a.. Ilo,
voluntarily de-lare the I'ranklin to I.e th most prai tii-l :,; i ,ilira--
ble of all standard ima-hins. ;I Idl tlh;it IO.he.: w0ol, usii no o1 t hr.
then it must have supl'rior qualiti... Thi. writing is vi.ible without
lifting the carriage. The m ichanisni is so simple Ihat ia .hill .i a
learn it. No trust coiinhilin' ionitro4 s tihe |ii. Tl.here-fors you ialn
buy it for 7.5, on tennis to suit your wl ,.-Ot look.
Good tM-cond-hanil Franklins for '.". ai!i uwv..rds.
Your inquiriHs ly mannil, or in jeI'rs. ;, will nrceive col'rt[eou's and
General Southern Agent,
E. F. BU1IPUS,
No. 27 New St., Charleston, S. C.
CUTTER-TOW ER CO.,
173 Devonshire Street,
Offices and Yard=s: aut C-et will l
GRAPE BARYVMT INM
THE PORT GRAPES CARRIED TO THT
Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, vaWley at
cut the bunches of grapes into small baskets, tl
tance and fill large baskets holding near s looume.
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and plaited tr
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off in ingle l
ged winding paths and flights of steps to large vats,
are mashed for wine. The soil containing alargeaito l
i -^^W Wr B
Speer's Port Grape and Burguand Wines
are made from the same grapes grown on an eastern mountain slope
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 wines
equal these for invalids, weakly persons and the aged. None put in
market until nine years old. Foa SALE BY Druggists'and Grocers. to
Also the P. J. Sherry, Burgundy, Socialite, Claret. vin. 1881, and
Climax Brandy vin. 1878, all used extensively in Hospitals and amont
the Medical faculty as the best to be obtained. The unfermented
Grape Juice is extensively used in New York churches for commnnioi$
()RMON I)-BIY.TH 1E-SEA..
Hotel Coquina is situated on a bliff dint-tly olerlookiig tle owean. While it
offers all the delights of the sea-shore. it is only telln minutes walk. or ive minutes
lby horse ear, from the orange groves and npanl shadleld walks on thlle banks of thie
Halifax River. It is two miles from th,' railroad station. Iieing .coliie-ctld with it
by horse-car. Beautiful walks anlld drives. groves of lemon. orange, anili rai'r tropi-
cal fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. Rivr. i.eaiin, surf-iathing afnd fin
fishing. The climate is delightful. and is l'iin-ficial in ia-.s of overwvork or ii1rvolus
Will olwn about the first of June, lut will l,' in a position to take cared f guests
after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 pelr day; s ; 1op .o *12 i-r wvek. 4s.
For further information addtIhress. I). Il. M1.\ATHiESO. Ornuinol. FloFrilda.
. .-V- ,
.4 1 l.JEF::7*~Q;-L ::~~'~k~
-vY~ ~-, -I. -
BY LAND AND SEA.
to New York. Boston and
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Four
SAILINGS EACH WEEK t: NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
ii..-...w ,whlT.u, Vork and t Tt.-ct.nst Rhine On SRand Lines'
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Calling at Charleston. S. '.., both ways.
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I'.;Iill ingat IIhiarle-tltlnI Both Ways.
nd .......... .. From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
nd. .. from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville
('LYIE'S ST. JOH','S RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
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S< ,,, H, "iH. G. DAY,"
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Leaves Jacksonville.......... ... ...........Tuesdays sad Saturdays at 5:00 p. m.
Leaves Sanford ................ ... .......... Monday and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m.
General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
I. I li.f lIA tV I.:.:- '1 I'... \ ,.,i F. M I O.(\M ON.\I EIl..IH.. 1". I'. .\.
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Near Beach. Write for Booklet and Rates.
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si gas a pmom f Bd
46 ii~ix, wm attheFruh
I Ue tI these obter of
SM nent dm w a mane
S M w w nas arrested and
ig mima o y widow who
11t8m 1 hi 1 termised to save hIm.
weMt t the nd byi mean
ot a bee-4r m amf was potent in
oe daiws we s is thae-Obtained
anaterview. DDa B owas surprim d
a have c me," lhe amid fnkly, "In
SI I edy ft ealygive my own."
I d& Mt aknw as I understand you.
gem a SL n ft, for I am a woman,
S e1 ae someti es enigmas
t o bemlvI. I will not ask If
VM w ,er yeo certainly do not.
-. ldto w my r am ner "
p we a-m Me.! Romae, widb -
e Ow Jo m jamBW daughter t Guw-
-- drAwee--yong, tIvely. ac-
W hoave I t I t a ato converse
. n You st escape from here
l yt them Franeal You may be
a" at ay -I pra ad onee tried, you
IS be -Oaiate and exeted."
S -* psi~r e" etad D o Bo, stag-
6111a1g na dS mental btlow. "Im-
S slhel Mme Die e You are but try-
bgg my satwh."
We are wastg precous time," aid
e- o0h glaeel ; at her watch.
Gv iwar tI*my pla. Here is a pow-
4 at e wM b yau wi1 take a small por-
"a at a time. It wil make you sick:
1y win tek pale. at little or no
ftud, a"l i wWl toe your strength.
Mephyelan will be called, and you
,wIl be removed to the hospitaL Once
Son Iu"i I ubal be able t effect
gg ~e sape- Ye, will obey my In-
Tem, If yer trial should not come
g maemi yey omy be mved. I go
to wat b and pray and hope Adeu. I
a e Eowe the ir cton sof Mkin
ml the thid day after her
Sn was moved to the bospitaL
alf be M nader the e large of a lay
Sa r med Agnes.
4Ikiow all she amid to him at the
G eppetm 'y. "Julle Romaine is
my edal; I am ber conidant. We
t s agreed apom a bold and novel
il hr yar e ape. It isa this: You
aMMt eam to get worse and worse.
Ma at l. at the proper time, you
Mant ~ ga emaviubles and appear to
d. I will eovrw year face, and when
.W e p b3cI comse his rounds
yew death. If be takes my
wesd for itL an wi be well; it not, we
MA ImAl That is ear risk."
Ad mMppeb he leaves me for dead
"bM after dak wil pretmd to
im ed aneadoier to bave you
G W be Mprovded with a our-
bI e H w is diaglle you stan
rS tO dhs ofh is fourth day in
Shpi Martel do Bob was seen
w1 11 thSai m person In convul-
MO. Aewm r twe lats, when the
tdd mI e rmIbade he was cov-
emn wth a sagb.
M I I a mea d oft Yar snr-
am U sastd Mm. "ThMe next
pedml seeweis. Will ye. be kind
he dsdar gme em. So far, all
* Itw in h dark wiea the body of
D i s w b luate the disseting
having hM.tr Again and a lad with
9wr. them, h are your garment
I i t Ave mlmitn the late
i laked Se a very active and
nota e Ade! Adieu.!"
tW the yoth, was harriedly
lmuh 1the grets of Ton-
Se hled himtoanoldsetable.
gaym ead a twor wmi re
* ned a rode sOuthward
InfalsWhem -morning dawned,
eI VrOW 4g01 oied between them
MlIsNe Th mee nih they
MOWnd 16aie and were safe.
low, mya bve W amid Du Bola.
Sbk ts your mlwtres, Mme. RO-
mim l SE h1er my hand my heart
md We amR at her dimapoa
"1he wII Wee tyour band and and
h a4- b W you to keep your life,"
md the yYOuk with a aI laugh.
Swin seak for herselfr re-
I em*" laughed the other.
l "lw to thista"
9I M Julie RlaL-nI
T hwere marid In Spi and at
S o hl of the reign of terror re.
S m is F ce and lived long and
s m e mo L 4
1 qe's quitsea rOment politician
M is he nmt1?" quied the vistlUng
Smoe; hbe% a atman-" replied
S "WdE w~at's the deremee"
"A tmsY dAr ir, is one
he1VU In0eSbeean"hebas maw
qr. A g temw has meby"
V to m h h bpgn.".p
mo a hMMt -186
Dimaes t evr see to tbom who fa-
low eMalmleu tilp ea the dsak ma I
be that they am written by men who
I- It wrth their while to follow an
aed ms s moderately remanerated
pe.flim and that therefore the tip-
sr e lvisoVy eamot trust to his tpe
far a Iveiv bod?
Is it ceoceivable that any one whose
Judgmat of the movements of securi-
ties was suofflfently trustworthy to
make even the majority of his shots
hlgseyes would waste his time by
eompillag paragraphs for newspapers?
Would be not rather spend half an
hor or so In the morning at the end
of a telephone Instructing his broker
to buy and sell and devote the rest of
his day to the graceful consumption of
the boundless fortune that his knowl-
edge and acumen would, ex hypothesis.
And tips from stockbrokers come un-
der the same suspicion, for It Is not
reasonable to suppose that one whe
really bad tips worth following in his
possession would utilize them as baits
for clients who reward his efforts with
a beggarly half crown per cent--Corn-
D r Uve *to a Oret Ace.
Romance has played a prominent part
with regard to the longevity of deer.
What says the highland adage?
ThItee the aSo t a mla is that of a boea
Thrim the ae of a bom t Is that of a wia.
Tric the g of a is that of la deer.
Te the a*e of a deer i that of an gle,.
Tke the age of an eagle to that of an oak tree.
This is t assign the deer a period of
more than 200 years. and the estimate
is supported by many highly circum-
stantial stories. Thus Captain Mc-
Donald of Tulloch, who died In 177G.
aged 86 years, is said to have known
the white hind of Loch Trieg for 50
years, his father for a like period before
him and his grandfather for 00 years
before him. So In 1826 MacDonald of
Glengarry Is reported to have killed a
stag which bore a mark on the left ear
Identical with that made on all the
calves be could catch by Ewen-Maclan-
Of, who had been dead 150 years. Anal-
ogous stories. It may be noted, are told
Ina countries on the continent of Europe.
where deer are to be found in any
JuMt Like Eveg' Apple.
A fruit supposed to bear the mark of
Eve's teeth is one of the many botani-
cal curiosities of Ceylon. The tree on
which It grows Is known by the signifi-
cant name of "the forbidden fruit." or
"Eve's apple tree."
The blossom has a very pleasant
scent, but the really remarkable fea-
ture of the tree, the one to which It
owes Its name. is the frulL It is beau-
tiful and hangs from the tree In a pe-
Orange on tihe outside and deep crim-
son within, each fruit has the appear-
ance of having had a piece bitten nut
of it This fact, together with Its pol-
sonous quality, led the Mohammedans
to represent it as the forbidden fruit of
the garden of Eden and to warn men
against Its noxious properties.
The mark upon the fruit Is attributed
to Eve. Why the bite of Adam did not
also leave Its mark toIs not known, but
as only one piece seems to be missing
Its los is asribed to the woman.-
ieks reindyFor h meugesetees.
To meet sudden and unexpected de-
mands upon banks a large sum Is
kept ready for use. The average large
bank-say with total assets of $20,000,-
000-is prepared by four lines of de-
fense to resist sudden attack. In the
vault or safe about $500.000 In bank
bills is always on band, back of that to
a cash reserve of perhaps $1,500,000 de-
posited In various business banks sub-
ject to Instant calL back of that again
is perhaps $8,000.000 In United States
and other gilt edged securities Imme-
diately marketable, and the fourth and
last line of defense and to be retired
upon only In extreme distress is $6,000,-
000 or $8.000,000 In bonds and mort-
gages, on which the mortgagers will be
hurriedly called to make a payment on
account If the bank la pushed to ex-
tremities. With such resources dis-
aster would seem Impossible. though It
has come to the best fortified lnstitu-
e-umemnt to a PMi.
No stranger monument ever existed
than that which was erected at the
Hotel de Vile by the inhabitants of
Luneburg. In Hanover. In honor of a
pig. This. which took the form of a
kind of mausoleum, contained a large
glass case In which was hermetically
Inclosed a fine ham cut from the anil-
mal whose memory was to be handed
down to posterity. Above was a hand-,
some slab of marble, on which, en-
graved In letters of gold, was the fol-
lowing Inscription In Lat!n: "Passers-
by, contemplate here the mortal re-
mains of the pig which acquired for
Itself Imperishable glory by the dis-'
covery of the salt springs of Lune-
ta rating the frostier experience
of "Te First White Baby Born In the
Northwest" In The Ladles' Home Jour-
ald W. & Harwood tells of a queer ex-
permsee that befell the family In the
first year after settling on a farm far
removed from the settlements.
The winter had been unusually long
and severe, and their stock of provi-
sons ran low. It was a long distance to
the nearest base of supplies, and com-
munication with the outside world had
been cut off. Indians in the neighbor-
hood one night broke Into the granary
where the wheat was stored and stole
a quantity. In doing this a large
amount of broken glass became mixed
with the wheat which the Indians left,
so for many days, amid much merry
story telling and many a joke and
laugh, In spite of the serious situation,
the family gathered about a large table
In their living room and spent the
short winter days picking over the
wheat, kernel by kernel. In order to
free it from the pieces of glass.
For this wheat stood between them
and starvation, and none of Its pre-
cious kernels must be lost. Their stock
of flour had long since wasted away,
as had most of their food supplies, so
they boiled and ate the wheat without
grinding. Relief reached them Just In
time to prevent a sad ending to the ex-
Arab ead the Telepbhee.
We had a party of Arabs along with
us and took them all over a great news-
paper office. Everything was wildly
astonishing to them. They had Imag-
ined that the Koran contained all the
knowledge and wisdom of the world.
yet here were the telegraph, the tele-
phone. the electrotype and the printing
press. The place was a veritable en-
chanters' castle to them. They would
never have believed In the telephone If
I had not called up their hotel and got
one of their own party at that end of
The dervish who had come along was
bold as well as pious. When he heard
that his friend tive miles away was
talking through the instrument, he
made a dash at it. Hle was greatly ex-
cited and yelled in a megaphone voice.
He thought we were tricking him, but
here was his friend talking Arabic. ie
rolled his eyes at me In a despairing
manner and then began a search for
devils, being quite convinced that the
phone was an invention of satan.-In-.
Limewater has so many uses it Is
hard to classify. It Is good to soften
water, to sweeten drains, to keep milk
vessels wholesome, to make milk Itself
sit well upon delicate stomachs, to test
air for excess of carbonic acid-if there
is too much carbonic acid present, the
clear limewater instantly crusts over-
to take out marks left by grease spots
which have been removed lby stronger
alkalis-in fact, for so many things it
should always be kept on hand. Mixed
with either sweet or linseed oil to a
creamy consistence, It Is the very best
household remedy for burns and scalds..
It costs practically no more than the
trouble of making. Put a lump of.
quicklime as big as the two fists in a'
clean earthen pitcher, cover It six inch-
es deep with clean cold water, stir
with a wooden spoon and let It stand
six hours. Pour off the clear liquid
without disturbing the lime. but let It
run through double cheesecloth. Put
In small bottles and cork tight. In
using always pour off half an Inch
from the top of a bottle that has stood.
Sergeant Kelly of the Irish bar In the
early years of the nineteenth century
used to Indulge In a picturesque elo-
quence, racy of-the soil. but unfortu-
nately he would sometimes forget the
line of argument and would always
fall back on the word "therefore."
which generally led his mind back to
what he had Intended saying. Some-
tines., however, the effort was almost
One time he had been complimenting
the Jury, assuring them that they were
men of extraordinary Intelligence and
then branched off into a statement mf
his case. With a wave of his hand and
a smile on bhis face be proceeded:
"This Is so clear a case. gentlemen,
that I am convinced you felt it so the
very moment I stated it. I should pay
men of intelligence a poor compliment
to dwell on it for a minute, therefore I
shall proceed to explain it to you as
minutely as possible."-Green Bag.
Cleae lsu Plerllae.
Where a piece of furniture Is very
much soiled and requires to be cleaned
and polished, first wash It thoroughly
with warm soapy water, washing only
a small surface at a time and drying It
quickly by rubbing it hard with a flan-
nel Mlix together one pint of linseed
oil and a half pint of kerosene, wet a
flannel with the oil mixture and rub
the cleaned furniture. Test half an
hour before taking a fresh piece of
flannel and then by vigorous rubbing
polish the wood until it shines like
Chanamd BH T .e, glass. This will not Itnjure the nicest
It i said that when President Polk wood and Is an easy nutihod of keeping
visited Boston be was Impressively re- furniture bright. The odor soon disap-
ceived at Faneull Hall market. The! pears f the windows are left open.
lerk walked in front of him down the Where Drew the Lie.
length of the market announcing ino "You don Dew kibe imuch,
loud tones: "Make way, gentlemen, for "Ton don't like walking very much.
the president of the United States. The do you?" ure the farmer's horse,
President of the United States! Fellow who was grazing near the canal.
Citizens, make room" "Oh. I don't mind it under certain
The chief had stepped Into one of the 'coniltlons." replied the canalmoat mule.
stall to look at some game, when the "You don't appear to like your exer-
alerk turned round suddenly and. find- else ou the towpath."
Ing htmaelf alone, suddenly changed od "No That's where I draw the line."-
his tone, and exclaimed: "My gracious! Philadelpiia I'ress.
Where has that darned Idiot got to?"
n..u d -5. ."s-
The follies of youth are drafts on old
age. the payment of which i impera-
The eye of an educated person aver-
ages 2,500 m le of reading In a life-
otigda East Coast
ununlg w i* I1 i i | oug woo.w
The foullviiig was a speech by a suc-
cessfmil (iiitpeitor for the prize of a
foot :i:-e: "'i:.ntlt'mnen. I hante won this
eti Iy il i.e use of my legs. I trust I
n.ay never i.se the use of my legs by
the use of U1ls cup."-Evening Wis-
SJanies Williamnis. a inin of ilort, from !
i Jackmonville. stole a coat from the ;olin d
Clothing Store yesterday morning. and
i a limited quantity of goods whch
be said at the following Reduced P e
Roast Mutton, per can S 12%
Roast t chicken 20
SSausage Meat 17
Tripe ............ 13
Hamburger Ste-k 13
Tenderloin of Beef 27
* Pig' Feet ............ 12
W e have other goods but this gives you
an idea. Call and l .
D. F. MORRISON
Cinmor1mbudeabserSe" ab ~a.OND "Awome..
Pure JukIe from Natural Roots.
REGULATES the LiverStomachand owels,
Cleanses the System, Purifiesthe Blood.
CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constpation,
Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Ewy bil hMWn tof ti SWtsfMtl..
zX.AsJme amo &,- iJnAzXa oXeM.
Price, G0 Cents.
Prepaed by JAMES F. BALL.ARD, St. Louis, Mo,
Sold by Dr.J. M. Jses.
Called Lorilliard' BIlf.
Heavy bettor as he was. Pierre Lorll-
lard once met his match when he mran
up against gray bearded James E.
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
tn his coach on the clubhouse lawn.
"I'll just take a little of the conceit
out of that sawed off Irishman." said
Lorillard to Wright Sanford. Newbold
Morris, John Hunter and a few other
congenial spirits. They started for the
"I'll lay $10.000 on my horse at that
price. Kelly." said Mr. Lorillard In his
princely fashion, expecting to see Kelly
wilt and refuse to take the wager.
"Certainly, Mr. Lorillard." Then
turning to his sheet writer. Kelly said:
"$25,000 against $10,000, Pierre ILoril-
lard." Quickly he 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 he turned on his heel
and walked away.
Jimmy Kelly won the bet, for Lor-
Illard's horse was beaten.-New York
The Landlubber Deck. of Sakra.
"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 his
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
waste any of the precious fluid In ablu-
tions. Like the other good 3lussulmans
of the country, they take their prescrib-
ed bath in the sand, and their web feel
come In very handy as snowshboes to
walk upon the deep yielding dust It
Is claimed by an eminent French orni-
thologist that the Saharan ducks are
the remains of a race of aquatic birds
which frequented those seas when the
present desert was a part of the Atlan-
HoSes Il Everythlug.
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IIigh (Gradme Taiilorinig aI Splw'ialty.
Suits iIile' to olrde'r for $1 and
ilp; llPtilt fior ,$4 and upwards.
Cleaning and Repairing at Reasonable Rates
('ottagin A.ve., rear of (City llot*l.
P. C. COUNT,
BOOT AND SHOEl MAKER.
WlRiepairing neatly done. Cottage
Ave., near Beach St., IDaytona, Fla.
Foley's Honey a& Tar
A Is Ii alulidstp the mqc h.
Foley's Kidney CarO
Th greest aid to DIGESTION.
Be it known that six months after the pub-
lication of this notice as soon thereafter as I
can he heard, I shall apply to the Hon. J. Lee
MeCrory. County Judge of Vulusia County,
Florida, for my final discharge an guardian of
the person and estate of Nora V. Haines. be-
fore marriage Nora V. Jacason, at which time
I shall present all my vouchers, making my
tinal accounting and ask fa r such discharge.
G;. M. WALLACE. Ucinrdi n Aforesaid.
Dayiona,, Fla.. April 1:1 lIWl.
Notice of Ganmishment.
In Justice Court, 7th Distric, Valulsa Co.. Fla.
W. D. I AP, Plaintiff )
CHENSTR JOHNSON, Defendent. )
To Chester J.ohnson, defendant, and all
others hAhom it may concern:
Take nuotiee that a writ *of garnishment has
been issued in the above-named ease, and that
y(our property in the bands oI the Florida
Ea.st Coast Railway Company has been gar-
nisheed. Now. Winless you appear before U.
M. Wallace. a Jistice f'the Peace in and for
the .ev'nth lisTiric of Voliiusia ('ounuty.
Florid.. onl or before SepIt. 2. 1I'.l judgment
will t b enltredI agaill.Ai yVi.
W. I>. DE'.PAiS. iPlainitiff.
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Rates: $2 aniidl I lpwarl: Sli.ciail to
Re'2ul.ir I >;irtilers.
Iou are skeptical about the accuracy Wea ve' -'.. pi-tiitun- fraini- for..........1 lc
of this statement and ask why water,
does not leak from a bottle if there are M. ns sulitts fi-, 1> 0 ulp.
holes in everything? The answer I. ,, aw its. .75- aI It) kin l
simple enough-thie drops or globules
of water are bigger than the holes.-. ......................... ..- ti, so.
Taking glass as an Illustration, we find -, olla.rs fi, l..................................i.
that air Is about the only substance
that can get through those holes. lnilllrt'li .lie:itip-,.' 14e etIi h rii -.........1 H-
A scientist proposes the following as a ........... .............................. 4.
an experiment: Place a bell in a lpti>ae
exhausted of air and hermetically Cloth Brushi -s .................................... .'-
sealed. The bell will not ring because
the medium for conveying sound is elt
Set the bottle aside for a few months,
then try the bell again, and It will ring. W e have bargains only
faintly, perhaps, but nevertheless there
will be a sound. That means that thle
air has got In. It has made Its way
through the boles In the glass.
The- Incandescent lamp Is a bulb of ('ov-.lamin. Pi-n.o aindl la:inmli.r hicycl,-es..
glass exhausted of air so that the slen- sundries andl rpairint.
der filament may glow when the elee'
tricity runs along It The air works
Its way In gradually and the light bt
comes less brilliant In proportion.
Smith 40 Son,
Jas. G. Anihertof. Della. 0.. writer: '-I
*-as nabliedin the act. He waN taken, tl' a.n .tltnlate ore ( on mty faTe wiili
before Justk-e of the Peave Williams. who everythingg elwe failed to wnal. After
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No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Puma B
sonville and St. Louis, makatg di.e. ,--toM Lo alfls i M
Northwest. Through keeping ar ressrvatn made to Lo isvLs
Chicao, only pnirqul w to sep fr. one car dato amoes.
No. 2-DAY EXP coaches Jacksovilfe to Atlams, oneting
through sleeper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with th ou
All correspondsAe promptly answered sad tH.epn Car ernse nsrvd. Will as
meet paemugMer at depot in Jaeksmlvif orl my eoB, Wet Beyty trMsL. Dro -ldaf
WALTKR HAWKINS, Gen'l Agent Traffe Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. HAIL, General PaMener Agent, Savannah, Ga
E. H. HIown Traffi Manager, Savawam,$ f
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, RishmenI
TO THE and Washi ngton.
E ast The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbi a=t
The Southern Ry. via Jeesup, Atlanta and Chatta'p
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
The Southern RBy. via Savannah, Columbia, Asvli
The Mobile A Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merehants and Miners Tramspo
station company for Baltimore.
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA I
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
To Nova Scotia, Cape Bretos and Priace Edwards ad Vit Boston and Cm-
ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Chat.
will lw on male throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern Stait to
all Florida rwesrtm via the Plant System during the season 1900-1901 limited to
return until May 31st. with liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addrenme of parties in the North sent to the underaigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to) rates,mleeping car reservations, etc, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Division Paisenger Agent, 138 West Bay St-, Jacksonville, FloridM
B. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent,
B. W. WRENN, Pans. Traffic Ma.
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For 260T on rhm
sn mu' Az.z. Dateees
1 .4 bima JAsME F D tA9
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE "
DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled
Louis without change.
Buffet Sleepers Jacksourille to St
Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etL.,or for sleeper reservations, writeto
C. E. HARMAN, G(en. Pams Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Traffie Manager, Nashville, Tenn.
Buffalo, N. Y.
May i to November i, 1901.
The Seaboard Air Line
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, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington
Latest Pullman Fquipment.
FI ir further information write to
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pam. Agent. Portomouth, Va.
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TO THE East
XVW SIN ICNA, FLORIDA.