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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: August 31, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE.


6L MLno. I".


Daytona, Florida, August 1, 1901


RELEASED 0 $15,000 M10. NOT CAUSED BY EIPLO
S- -
^HO s Th *Mrs. C. C. Post, Col. Poet and C. F. Post-office Inspector Peer design
We ceanot Imgia to enumerate Bargmlan. who were to have a hearing derstood that discharged employ
Syth yrtwieitesisoar'iaetock, I ..last Saturday before United States Mrs. Helen Wilmans' "Home Ti
S bt give a lw prices for our ComuAmisionr Archibald, at Jackson- Mental Science," at Seabreeze, F
oavHElh.. .. e -m. We eon ille, having been arrested on the charge nothing to do with the recent a;
lr T an who pMy bwib promptly oof ing the United Statet mail for pur- Chas. C. Post, Mrs. Helen Wilm
S- Cms cm toumep. posem of defrauding the public, waived Charles F. Burgman for consp
xampbell Jams and mpstion and furnished a bail bond defraud by use of the United Stat
--.in eI 1oC a o P$5,000 each, the sureties being Dr. "The Post-office Department
b t mde; Pe E. M. Sanderson and J.. BSchumacher, some time been making war on
Pet BrandCrneam, large mle 2 of Jacksonville; Senator Frank Same, of who pretend to cure all the ills ti
S eaow for............................. New mym, and H. L. Kochersperger, is heir to by 'absent treatment
n d of Seabuee the mails have been used," he sai
t rcan C for l The sections under which the prisoners "The late convictions of Welt
were charged with violating the law are: Kelly and Truth, who were char;
Magnolio Brand Milk, per I "If two or more personsconspireeither similar schemes to defraud, sbo
'^^ to commit an offense against the United the Government is in dead eai
jmn and Roast Beef, 1 lb. States or to defraud the United States in Tinies-'n ion and Citizen.
van; 2 ems for any manner or for any purpose, and one
or more of suck parties do any act to
S Lack Baking Powder, ect the object of the conspiracy. all BROU T THE ST
Parties to such conspiracy shall be liable -
Good-Lock Baking Powder, A4 to a penalty of not less than $1,000, and The population has increased
hlo pound emor o not more than $10.000. and to imprison- oir knowledge during the past w
C9rStarrch, good article, mentnot more than two years." (Sec- Station Agent Hatch now
p kag tion 5440.) broad grin, occasioned by the a
"If any person having devised or in- a baby boy at his home last
i Dems, three-pound 1 tended to devise any scheme or artifice night.
per C" '1 C to defraud or be effected by either open- J. D. Maley was passing aro
Tomatoes, not ing or intending to open correspondence cigars the first of the week and r
per can. JC orcommunication with any other per- congratulations on the birth
Ar C t 1son, whether' within or outside the daughter. Sunday night.
S o klefor f, at I. 2 UnitedStates, by means of the potoffice Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mills are n
fo t o department of the U'nited States, or by over the arrival of a son. whisk
sBet New York Croen i inviting such other person. to open corn-, born Sunday night.
SChwee, per pound............... munieation with the person so devising In the years to vome all the abo
E Eddy's8tareh, three-pound or intending, shall, in and for executing people can gather together for
5C M such scheme or artifice, or do plate anv day part,.
.... letter or packet in any postoflee of the Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. 1
3Bulk Starch. six pounds fP j United States, or take or wreive any Wednesday afternoon, a son.
S1 r therefrom, such person so misusing the Born to Mr. and Mrsm. Fird C
Octe"oSoap p, seven bar postoffce establishment shall be pun- Mondlay. a son.
Sfor wished by a fine of not more than $.,4.
and by imprisonment for not more than
We have the larget and best eighteen months, or by both such punl- Win. Finn of inia. 0.. obta
Kinof groceries and provisions ishmnents." (Section 5480.) ,.ll.int results from the use of
oei county to choose from. Ablou. twenty residents from Daytona Kidliry i'Cur. i-It relieved my li
tA.r. GaI ANI TL and Seabrleez were present. of whom and Neven- pain over the hips. I
IY. A ILIZIA. nearly all were to act as witnesses. iy systv'.i aind gave iiie new i
I The trial will take place the first wveek len'-r'y. It is an hesli-mst and
dg q ;; in December. District Attorney J. N. riitvwdy. a sum-. ,, fuir all kidI
Stripling will prosecute the vase. and aI.'-s. D)r J. M. ..Inms.
r T COnRAD &f C !T. A. Ledwithi. a very able attorney will
L II iuUinnu uoUt l appeat for the defendatits.

'Phonel. ; CITY SOLANS' MEETING

BEACH STREET. near ORANGE I GUILTY AS CHARGED. (,,,,n.i,,. i-i,,n,... l,,la .ssi,>nli
BACHEXSTEandS rTHBRII.E. t. ]. -- ,l, I- Xitlh I't-ith',,, I"r" t,-,, At'
AVENUE and S TH BRIML:. Aftr wveighilng svarefully thlie lompl!-te ,.lir
**SSSSS *00S Stestlhonv it has lwein decidedsts' th-:t 1~1I 'ron. s' nt Ahllermen lstr. '
SBrothers have been guilty of selling Wicki i,.
l IRE FIAGLER WEDS. cheaper than an y firtii in thet Mie, ,vns in...ti
ciy. Wt ify inl the .m arv'l.
STe marriag- of Miss Marv I|.illyv W.M. Mooremald it wa s ti. 1h,.y rat- l FIsIsV i a lj]| il ,.-..u., n. al nI
SKIM", of Wilmingttui .C. to llenirv sellinggoodds at a "y-l. ri. i
mslon -FlagWir. of F lorla. ,- rre at but that ther~Thd tl sl" s t: ts i r. T t ." '
-t tell ,tIch -k last tulrday t 'o sell them. 4me t lt sf t he i "st- It n isrt i, t',, i .lr,- s.n .
i'- '-r.t ten o'clock last ..tt vd-gation is that th. ills ke, h,1 0'" .
E -SBE '- the pi.n..n.e o f a s t ,i. l Il' II trt. ills I't't'all part.
-"y e -a-r friends of the' bride and 1l0-'II until tllt.' i' t iriiii lli tl.r si. r .~ ... ,
groomsa adnitwl-.rs of the family at iniventor.tt w ik. F l..ts Ii. si's
L -.nsv ll1e. the old home of the Ke.nan .,o, l" ", 'ti n wII h r i s
l.i iistl. I lIt ,15V 1 trett-
hIily, in Iluplin county. Laench for Sal at a B rggat Pe.titini fromi l.. Ill) Itl 1p
Kenansville is a quaint old villag-, tof! -- :and ladl il n i-.tirrn.ed for pub
many ron mantic inl-idents ctonnetcted with :t.l foott. gla..,ss.i,. -ls n1l. i. ltla l sam -], (I l',titi,,in fr,, m ed.-i seint. ,,if \ave
its history. For re than avills. .\-v.ii isn ,t Iatll. Mi1\ 1i- s', i "-
S i.t t history or loure than a lnnl n.1 gi .-. .AI' ,, Vhav st, ti....s i.. ai light i t.. ir
years it has lven a -cotlnnunity of culltlun' ,,f Morris N Ih'i"h- N,.\ ,ik: .rs i ai-;i %-: \\;i s 'snI. Mi\',l A.\hl. F', ster-. -
anidtl r I lefine nt. a ln plrevio s ln ttPth iil t tit l '. t 1i iil]is'i us,| Iking li> ls.A'.e thli inis1ei r
W ar the- larg't hl ht- hi l.ll'ers iof that If'f i lrl" i'iil ss.I... i. l tions
a -tion re id.l tlhth n.. 'h. IK nanl s l l Ti't I ill.. l l:. str-lt '..initi .arried. li \s
among tho-tarly 1 ttl a n lo | 1 :1,1 r l tnT I i.. tIl | M.,t. s'vmldle dAh .l ...S li, idt thal


TEES.

nes it un-
ees, from
temple of
Fla,. had
arrests of
aans and
iracy to
es mails.
has for
persons
hat flesh
,' where
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mer and
Wed with
we that
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five to
reek.
wears a
arrival of
Sunday

und the
receiving
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rejoicing
Lch was

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a birth-

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rifled ex
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IG.


OF LOCAL IITEEST TO ALL

J. C. Pettepher is wiring the Schantz
building.
Capt. H. B. Shaw and wife were down
from Ormond Tuesday.
Three suites of second hand furniture
for sale at a bargain at Rush's.
Oscar Pellett and wife arrived in Day-
tona Friday evening of last week.
D. F. Mgwrmeon has a View ad. in this
issue. It wlI pay you to read it.
The G. P. Baflough Co. have just com.
pleted the plumbing in the Bennet House.
The Council is having the town scraper
run over the streets west of Ridgewood.
For job printing ring up 'phone 18
We can suit you on both. price and
quality.
Mrs. Oakley Lanier, of Jacksonville, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Douglass.
Sheriff Turner was over from DeLand
the first of the week after a colored man
accused of wife-beating.
P. N. Page, a prominent farmer of De-
Land, accompanied by his son, was in
last Saturday.
G. S. Muriel has resigned his position
with Baker & Holmes, and T. F. Wil-
liams covers his territory.
Preaching services will be resumed at
the Congregational church to-nlorrow
morning at eleven o'clock.
Attention is called to the new ad. of
E. T. Conrad & Co. This firm is offering
some bargains in groceries.
Mrs. R. I. Wall returned Tuesday even-
ing from her visit to the North. and re-
ports a very enjoyable trip.
V. Viullaume arrived home Tuesday
evening from the Isle of Pines. He stop-
ped a couple of weeks in New York.
Mrs. J. C. Pettephcr and two boys re-
rurned to their home on Ridgewood
Tuesday, after a month's unting on the'
Nfach.
M. F. Moore arrived from Indiana Sun-
day. lHe will have charge of the sto r'
during W. M. Mis's als'iie tip the
North.


ist Miln- M!r. and .Mrs. W. 11. Edmondson r-
vsood in turned Wedinemlayevenig from a very
,-njoyable visit, with relatives at St.
St'hniidt, Augustine. .'
WVANTIr::-Two reliable and energetic
'.al and niiien to sell sewing 1aw-hines andl collect.
I 'fer'ne-es rquirdl. Alddrs-ss J. it.
,orl,'-rd s..|ls. lIeLandl. Fla.
,,, I II. FI. Trrowell we' nt Io St. I''te'rslslllng
S ,, Tuesday, called Iy st lteltegrni annoili-
1t ,' .ing tie illness of hlii dlaughlter. who is
-, ', staving with his In,,ther.
'">", I. I). S-roble. thle hustling traveling
17. 1 freight agent for the C'lyde, was in the.
7 lcity Tuesdav. As usual, lie hung lup his
're'sentel ; ... ... .. .


licat ion.i
Iross toi
* section


I of th.-
el. .AhlI.
i t.lie' r-


1 t I I I t l11 l ut iti Un arY II.i I-lm" i 1' -iinaf, i1tk'." opr[1niu r ainI It '-tillIln U.,usia41
The colonial n-lsithil in w iiIh t he: A ,. l.. I- p I s id on r.-alig. s-arrnmed.
ereony w aws perfori irin.d lihas i'Itly SOME NEWS FROM HOLLY HILL. 1 Is ils.o. MAll W i.-ki. -...sls.! .,I os'
eenl related and ndil. but thl -- to ,.r. to,, allow Peniiilla Brihdge 'o., to
picture qu' old mansion., with its ,long Ilustle up. e HoI1ll'\ Ilillits' tnli HoIIlly s .n .t ,-t froiim I-ah street to O lrainge
white columns, arlhi-d roof and oak Ilill may Vel l'- ai ihninig. losperous' Isla nd at thI.-ir <,\n expense'l'. tarrieiod.i
grove ini fi-I-nt, hati hitt I10ii1-t ts, this'
grove i frot had t none metr lis (" Mioesd. .i.I Sc'hmiltl. -sectii',onded 1ld Fs-
ehartis ,of its 01dl-style aVittun. TI ha tr of dlati ower
hand of the thoslt.I too. with ia wealth Tf l e l Illl gr'al si"I*1 ls i' t, 1 '! iantis' iott for elari itg fo r park
1 ) wt I I e. and those lorne a to hav I
plants and tt, o er. was i-n e idee, a t. .. .tf .1 i. d itl pii llaoua.d uni il full f e'ard og f il park
the wedding st'it as On of st le nor. tl-lit ii ut fti" .'11 I .ot pr t- firrl I .il it lovent d ani l teconddi
The cere onyo was | rforn ed by the Mrs. Cave lias recovered fom h.r n- tat s-lask r ie-s 1. I ,nn-s tisi to putl
he I "ni~ti3- "'t !t Ii ftinil' "i Frs. .'[i's s" l"a- r-' s stl 'l-es Iltlhp-it
Rev. Dr. Peyton II. HIoge. 11. ID. paitor ,s-et illness, and all are glad to -.e this out a r.ulticient Ipile if sh-.ill f,,r use oi
of Warren Memorial Churth, Iouisvilk. anirreetaile lady agaifr anoig hier tropi-al ,rivat, part- in ti\in4 ilewidlks:
Ky.. aund loirrly tlhe bride'e pastor in ilints,. HInr sn. lotn lave. ia is lto t.arri .,
Wilmingtem. fIsllii\ving his iraile. bric-k la3 ing. iin Sa-
The bride was very pretty ina c-stlume nsirze.
of white. The g w a -lac'k 'Every half hour tihe whistls f A JOLLY PARTY
P-iice Altiert coat. with light trnt-.-rs. atw- nill .onimne.n their shriekiig. wi -Ih J _
At itctionmluion Mr. and Mrs. Hlagle said shrieking continuesor tl ha ar h uit r-
ft by private conveyance for Magntolia. Eislr. ,i asiness fde .ns upon mak irl i,, h ,n iiisg I tihe itormonde-
tsm rat railroad station, eight mik 1 i an hai ., If .int ... s -mill tl thriek ile,.rs i il t i tle." ,i hearing shrnilld
diftst. i- ^J.hat point Mnr. Flagler' iga i. le lit l i. i I tat hearing -hrill
em 1to a iviil train. lblest. and vigs,,r us blas.ts. hiiikiiig. l-'ials.
w h, ft Sfor Ne 'w York and Hollv Hill has 1.ten in,-,,rpo,,ra .,|l :t l, th t thi l,,i -l,,ked f,,r IiabrelI had
Masmaronm-k. the i er home of Mr. yet.th'e saine ui,..-t simple ,iits proi.'%ail. tsi st3 a ,'s ii\-,ed withl, his trum.l et. ibut
Flagler. w" they willIojourn for .smine thlw same gators roar in .Ill marshls.an-l again IslItl,., le.I upoIn I learuin- that these
time, after whi 'h tley will go too lalmn tit. same 44cows t.,an1 ll o wi ti.s Ii' lie pa ti t .Xlle.I sl Ow t'- ,ril itv. I- .slti.
lsh, their permanent how. The new gazing stupidly at the wheelnan. Sn.ly Ipart anl ti.1 f ti .t- I n kee I 0dle.-
lk l l Item-hhw ill hie ready for all things ar nuot aS they se-li. andl up w I,.hi la,. I l rry r,,oii .. .. s-
"^^* larking for a dav -" pleasur0' .I
tmN dinner, tuid when cotl The Rev. Edw\. Butler.. of thief 4 Irnno l 11inkii a r tk l it N rth
4is -'w NIl Is. oiRe' of the handlsomiest Ii,n Churt-h. on l's t Sun 'day. prI.'.wi Il\li ,II lland t,. Nt,,kort- Il it ,a -
IMnOOonA tnthe American continent. to .an attenti- e and aipptiativ.- aifsli- h a i th sit. '
pe affair was to have taken place in el at the htll e of Mr. Mason oi thi tola th. ti .t ',,,,i. .. tI, is,.t i ,l t t is,.I
C 's stitr '.,- h. III ,' 't csh. I-, t i. t iM....tl: i I t4.hi.
J a d all rrng .nt w adr f l tonian ,,.eni,0nts, uie a e, ln at. tni eiD- ,,, ayt n s.,'u ij. 'sIs'i'i
ba t by som e oversight the Flo rida sta pi ,.,lt. and ill tlie nea r I t un.. weh ,pe i o" l .r t .,., lit.. I -i
tllte p a ied for Mr. Flagk'r'ssptvial lene to have at cuhursh ili s hli.-h tso w-|m e e' I,,,-i h i .t.,' lit,, .. ,-r il tli-
it was nIt complied with in the part Olr 'i-it.or :t i fr
CUlar that sixty da '"s notice of his all lu-*, sl,. that -.i,. ,.ver tit.,:.
pliatoao fo divon-e from his wife had
not bee. made. this formality had to Woi u. I.11r.\: ,-r 111lit1 last- L. ;It.
be- Iplpied with and hI1e1 e the nuptial- (.l-ar Iow iman. Il n.i K. '\\ .' i. .. i :
of theM ulti-milikiuairn were postponed I ha'i e hi .n u.sin 'ol. ..'s Kiln,-.'s C .. e sl '. it a.- l. ,r g
S ttd week. and g: n.at pleasure illn stating it a .t ls ef ly,,- ,lit'. I .I .. If-
M i enain in '36 years of aage and is irm nen t 'll si kilst.-y sl.s-.i- 's l th party tim.i i- .h t',o i.. k tie f
the daughter of Capt. illia i it. Kenan. certainlyy woul ha ,. ,Te s .i e e i .e liie. +I1'Y1I' t i, I l i 1 1 i 1 ,t,- the
whoervd gallantly in the C(onfederate Take ,notne but Fo hley .. Ir ..1. M .los. tike
army dnirg the Civil war. She is a _- all aasi'd.
WOMan of rareeulturead preponsessg. Fr hiy,-le r-iring go to th.e Halifax ,,. IsuiisI -....- nii.,l ., d! ,.
Mr. Flagler nwt her alkout eight year s%.,-rpa. Who can't enp g llt.i ,.-l
ago while he was on a visit to Pembroke *' ali y. t .',1 tl,,. 'I.e. I'.. .l1.
.- ,.,,,455' 5,,,0 15,. 5 I,. I'si',Ir, 1:.4' 1- L ,t \.


hat t with -ud Matthwsw .
R. I. Wall left to-day for Chi-
eago ill the interest iof their cs lompanvy lI'
is inter'nsted in for tli- develtopiinlLt of a
Ir;it of land in tilh IIsl oe f ( 'i ,ies.
MIt. andI Mrs. J. E'. Ni(cholsopn andhihld
r.nii. who have l~nI- visiting l.,i. \Wr y
and family fIr ,moini tinie past. r,'trtiel
tI th .ir hIouis- in l irlamihlo Mohl.i
uSajr l',sllst's lio is. .sn LiiinIs a'n
t i. was destroyed biy tir lasi S Latuilay
niglit. Theli li Is- wa:ts ,lis.,l at th li
tilni tilt- family sI'ing on tnhe I'each. .
Tli'os. WV. Carter of Ashli oIns. N. C'. hadi
kidinYv trouble and one bottle I f f I'oleyv.
Kirlely 'Curee affected a letrf'ct ,ii.. andi
ht sa.s thpl iS it nreimedvy that will i-min-
pare- with it. IDr. 1. M. .lsolns.

Th'rie 'ort Orange M. E. Cihunlih, soiith
will hold a -'iasket piinici at thi. "'( iks'
just west of depot son Thursday. Septem-
tn rG. Singing and address Oil pro-
grami. Ic c--realnm, cake, leinoiiade. et-..
for sale for Ilenefit of Sunday schol.
/ ir. Itunnell. the founder of Ihin]u-ll.
Fla is clearing off the' point of landl re-
c-ntly ipur-hawcd by him near Holly Hill.
and will shortly erect a saw mill lon the
place. II,- oWIIms onsideri'ale \\iodled
land around Holly Hill.
Mr. Daniel Ilantz. ittrvillo. la.. ,'ays-:
""Have had asthma anl a \.r\ Ii'.d
.w. ugh ftor years. but 'oiuilsi get noi reli-t
firomn thi- d.wotorsi'and ineicinssK I tri,'.I.
until I took Folevy's Honie.v and Tar. It
gav iImmdiat relief. alnd donii. n. meili s
ootl thanii all the otther i'lili',n ,lom-
liiiird." lIr. .1. 1. J n'is.
I l Hr.l Haven had's iiiveIht-Id a nLi\v ait-
pliaie inll the shalse of an a ldjuNtall., hoi.l-
l'o auger. The tool is um-dI by wags ,I
Siiaks-rs in uttilng thle slokes when plt-
It ing tlt-iln in the rim. Mr. Have nha. rs--
4,ived Illanly 'ollplinlitetl iikl thet ilnvl-
I .Illn. pat'ent fo ic hr hih i ha asippli.-d.
We\\ understand that D1. l. Matlh...is.
\\h.i run the Hotel ('.ilUina. at Ormotl]
hi ii summeiii -r. will lie .t wa rt ill tihe I'l-
ui nuladel,' next winter. Mr Mr. M11lithsoi i-
Sa pra'ti'al hotel man of o'- id-l'rail 'i .x-
Spe.-rieins'i and will no ldoIilut l- the rihti0
manual ill th right pl -.' f-"r tlhe 4 lon

Itolbert Michell. a coluord lad. natchi 5l<
a powket-lbook from Mis- Sallie Butler
Tuesday evening, and 'a.% arre.t.,d I..
IlDeluty Sheriff Rodgers-. The lprison.-r
h!..&A .. 1.....-.,.- str ..... Ir .:. i U n;l;..%..


Seven bars of Octagon soap
cents at Conrads'.


for x


Miss Lilly Klecker. of DeLand, is the
guest of Miss Hobbs.
Fred Haven has moved into the Wilder
cottage on'Oak street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mansfield left Mon-
day on their trip north.
J. A. Erickson was in town this "week
looking after his business.
Try those Campbell jams and soups
at Conrad's; only 10c per can.
Hayner Yelvington, of DeLand, is going
to take charge of J. A. Erickmon's busi-
nes here.
Mrs. Dinmick, of Glencoe, is visiting
with her husband, who is in the employ
oi S. H. GJove.
Ed Mansfield bought a rattle-snake.
that was captured near Kingston. The
snake measured five feet.
Vet Cave left Thursday for Charlotte.
N. C.. where he will remain for several
weeks, and then go to New York.
C. Nash has lten troubled with the
fever and chills during the past week,
but is again able to attend to business.
The remains of Thomas Steele were
s.pped to Vineland, N. J., Monday for
brment. The widow and son accom-
panied the remains.
S. 11. Moseley arrived from Atlantic
City. N. J.. Tuesday. andt is very much
pleased with the ,-ity. He contemplates
running a hotel there next summer.
Dwight King came down from Marsh-
alville Monday. atil is the guest of his
sister, Mrs. W. A. B Ilea Der fori a short
time before going to his home in Dade
county.
A party consisting of Dr. Edith Brush,
Miss Elizalb'th Silvernail, Miss Winne,
Dr. W. W. Hoagland. Bert Shoemaker.
Dr.(G. E. Morden. and the editor and wife
enjoyed a trip to the inlet Wednesday
'V'velning on the launch Silver King.
BIenjamnin Mason returned home Tues-
day evening from the Isle of of lines, and
is very highly pleased with the island-
IHe stopped in New York Psewvral day's in
tl'l, interest sif the o'smilqanv h is inter-
,ested inl. li,' aIlsi stopIpq.d at llalsttings
st.v-ral dayvs to looIk after his potaI.toi
plantation.I .
Tilman WVhile. of Jacksonsvile. hasg
chargee of E. F. Manslield's dreldge during
the latter's absence. Mr. White will
start to, work shortly on thief till for thel
n,,w l, ri,, '. ;ift.r .. Iih t.' N ill tIake, the
,Ire.ldge to New Smyrna. Mr. White is
thi- st'vIrrt;iry 4i, lth' \otl.si4a Countvy
Si 'portI1-'1I!'." I 'lul,
WVl.aIt aIsoins hililmall ill'. are mIri an
u, ii 01 tI.n I pils''? TIhe' attli-tisins that
prtv'lit a;ltiive ex,-ri-,se atret l- idl t.lI 11i1igh.
lo ,tt that t iit i.iks ,vn rii -.-t misera ,le
is 1or.se. WoVin air,- aI moi)II. ; i ",reaHtest
nartlyr. Taler's Itu-keve l'i'e Oint-
ll'enit will 'IIri tle, mis t l it t Il illlmate s-ases.
P'rise 7*0 Cts. ill bottle, t iims 75'3 lDr. .1-
.%. J unes.


PAN-AMERICAN RATES.
I\e.' ;Ik,' Il-I'S1-ill'0 iii : l i(llliit-ilig tsi It I,-
lstll- II, t I \, I hal e 'l1 S '.,l l ill a rrtalll-; -'
ing a irHat' $2'.o71. .Ia'ksoiville toi
I',lffl': i l l I r.-T liri lr l-f I our r l.t,. 'T'i,'kets
.aiI lihe ilr,.hl wil at I lhese' I r l' .'pslell-
I .r 711 Is 1 llh. ; is litiiit-.,l itor.tiritiln
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Bargains


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CLOTHING, ETC. 4 B
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Idoif taking our annual inventory

buy anything in our line at


85 ts $1.00.


Also somespecial bagains in Shes an M

Pants. See our Bargain CuntOer for

half-price goods n a


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W I !Iil JI.&C, Dru lsts,

The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions com-
pounded bY Registered Pharmacist only.


0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
TRY OUR PINE TAR ('COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.


* Beachk S4 tt, 419 P% P # DAYTONA. LORIDA.


0 FANCY GROCERIES 0

FANCY GROCERIES


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In these days delicious factory made
jaims and jellies and canned meats and
vegetables. the* is a term which covers
e.veryv toothsome i delicacy for warm
\ 'at her consumption.
(lur shelves hold everything you can
a sk ior. and we are glad to deliver an
mrder no matter how small.
fresh 'srisignment of cookies and
rarkerp just received.
We give 5 pler cent ,off for cash.


I.II, i r Ir. .1. l1 is .i*-k-' ill to s
'114 I. i ""toaii. tien e D. Fe MORRISON s
the I ,'viii. it. It to l'.uffahl \ isi W ashingii
Ios. liv. ti's roit e h ave ringed t 19
se.ur,. s-'.,.s il ':i r a o- l ls,' litill lions .
Jaksonvill. i Washington. :ini Wa.sh- Corner Beach Street and Second Aveme.
ili-t,, t I uffiill T. Fl oridi ['. *'is'Oi0 00rss. .
Assi.ociatioun \ ill le'a e j ck;' ,Isk \ ils 'over i..
th-e Sealat'al Railway :,t 7:10 p' l. .
S p.itell i'r 'tlh. and we \\ ill arrange feor
,,urrry ti tn thoem it Ja.-,lis.ill,.. p FOUNTAIN CITY PHARTIACY
'I'he ^ ..-+,'ti,, ilef th0.s' e 'se]lllg ilalss is ar l
raIig.'d ,(, that thiose, delsirini mRiay vin. it
tls,.e lpoitio n Florida ,I .\. Sptr,- 'COItNER IlACH STREET' and ORANGE AVENUE,
Ih r l t I l. For to se pr.fr-riTn t ie iirnli-
ing ,-depariture fr-,nm .J.i 'kslon i .i ill :el I Li- i St-l. t Sto-k iof......
vis. lia;t thi.- 4p.-.il rI t,'- ill lts5o :,ltl1i..
fir S'-.ai,,.'ik Ar l.i,.' l;h('s:,y tla.ll. l's ,;s i I. I'Iti: SR rtl Il' NS 1'ATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES.
leaviltt .l;lkk-o l\ s ii.- :it hu:1I e|. ni .
ws'lhi -Ii tirins ai.-e- u11ip l witi] I'uillhiian 'C.11SS AND TOI IET S .AI'S.
s IJ+ '[ <" >m .o.'u.,,l;It loll ito W ;l.liltlt i).
antd sl1iVr 'psniitlt ,ash ,t-ln li IPerfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
Ituffal,. Ioth Irain I, ing la. kkn-
vills ,I, iriinl a ,II .-i\,**n'% "nI rIiryl19g tir -st
,4la-s thl:i ghiii far. l.i. ,.i ie..-w to \Voi-h
ingto,,n iil W\a lhinl ,,i to 1:l'if;ilo o ,
that Ith .- 0.,' M t i -h t" .... uiy I'll- lIt 1 .'1-:S. pro,,ritr. ..tn, I,.,1: li o .nsulte.Il professionally during business
in rit .11 s nIlk's''. |..-.,.. ,:..... s ,,nif r- ili, tl'or -; sltis-e ho4il j-. S !~n .i.i t1: o to 10:;1 a. In.; 2::30 to 4:30 p. nm .
thi 'laI v iy-it i. :: li ..' hI.- : ;I l \ iI i e' 1

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I llw optis, ii I, '' .I\ ITI. .1: 4 k-,,l l' I ; ti ll y'
s 'l' I li-etiw. '. S.p. lIhts-r Tih anI 11 tl 1 I- .It.-sI ( llh lllifi I;s\ .-r. It volnim anls a most attractive view in every dir-
iltt, .-i\,'' < ';'. ,!,'.u-'-iir ,, i l ,it i ,- I.-I ,on .'1l no finer li l .,lls0 .m .in, Il I uiind ill this vi<-ility. During the summer the
hi X% -,i h.i. teen enllu's Ir Ie l ii ail011tion oi a wving ,on the south side; the rooms are
s'luls \ i "'..s'l ,i 11''i t i.unis .. Ii Aa| o 'i%-, lt .. l| .. .- 11. -' .iitiminig r, ,n hi.s I .-n Ibuilt on the south side giving a
I .ipt li \I:, ls' ..-, .\s--..-t.iit ,r','ii;|l -,ii ,." ,'-,,.i'-ur 1- ;i.l is light ..nil -h.-ri'il. The parlor ofttic halls and rotunda have
l';ti'-.'il" .-'"-li .I ..l ... .\ir" l.Irt,- .-. .n 11i.is s- I. ll. I h s i ta d I \i l otriek.i havii e '-i- addlledl and everything done for the
R:trai .l .- iJ k- is -, l-. ,irl. w h, 'i ''oi 'IorI t s oneI., n ni,.-t oi f r.usS. Tlis hisll is oune hundred feet long. TbeCuisine
tik, ,' it It ;i : i t i, ii i' r-ir i.1 s i li .' t 'i i n+ it is ht' special aim i f the management to
S" 1 .,.. -.,-,,. 'I- Il,, Is' uT,,I, es.',,T,.;'i,'- l'Ihse hiiui t is thr'' olicks nerth of the de-
lit l' 'Inl tl",', ;..,t. iunk ,ii\.'-i..-ii' l ti, ,or, t I ttihe',. I'hurn-hies. Sch.ools.etc. and is within a mile
;.,i h l.....-.in \,'. it I I' t it-"nitiv-elt tealh i x\ l h-eelinig, driving or autoing. Rates
".- i ... )J2..0 ii er d.iy. .r~ 1 ll) pr we'-k a ind ul rds%. accorl'ding to location.


I -.-, ,ai.,r '.,:.," 't,' gr-"t ,-"- Henry Schmidt,
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plil- o. .i. :r i -kil1 aJ,';- I eo l i--b
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PURPLE FRIN(

THE GAZETTE-NEWS. -Orchid. Myorchid-. if m
ih a Everys a y. ^Of mossy words, wood minr
-^ ^ -- And with a purple "Love'
A poem all of gloamingt m
EDWARD FITZGERALD Th leads thragh glimr
ta'm aod Pre **. Ui nt.oi one rosy h'neom int '
My orchiI. if I shut you i
Nor rob the hemlock twili-
mripti ,8.5o per Year, in Advance. nnLn hem none but lovers find


Advertising Rates o ApplicaUon.

Entered at the Postoffce at I)aytona. Florida. as
Second class matter.


Saturday, Aug. 31, 9o0.-


FORTITUDE.
t1b go k a instt you
And yewr bte Pon you pr*'
Do %ot yield yeor wePons to them
Giw sM voice to your dirtress.
Up *am and wags m ewbattle;
up again and strike fresh tblow-s;
T mWa yyet come off triumphant;
T myay win the eight ; *ho knows
mat you'll gaia by id!e weeping;
TIse bu add to your distre-s.
te wiekd wold has r.,.,.-d you.
AUt its ed ttene s'ek re lrf'. -
arft to yowr assisfan oiura.:'.
andI the ht again b tki.
Eainset mdItry and alaor
fe the d w li surely win.
-) J3. a eck in Los Anc~es Herald.
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r Pratonics
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GED ORCHID.
ike a Idell
rors of dark speech
' alune alight,
onioly
mering I afage of graTve
the dluck;
i mny i.'art
ight of its star.
I. an.d who ri ids nc.ne


But lover, since the time and I.,ng It T.'or,
The C'herokee's foot upon thi n,,-y niar,,e
Pa<,ed ,,u c-,nt.nmp'u,,us. as th, r',"!a''.ien r
Now passing idly nntcs and! noiltin: I,-.
My orchid, if I giie your ,en : %a .i-i
Strange a, the -pihinx's /i,'l'le. hI.w i,,ur f r
Is human and inhiuman. part *-f nan
And infinitely alart frtmi n an. 'ihor p) '.!-.
But cannot take .mour I.. a:v when lie .'e-.-
Who lImught your .-aut Aith L.ini j ,m -'n i"'
O onrh.Il. ;purprle clou\ ..-f inr -,l .i t ir-'
O urpl.- r,,wn at l *i-..tnii -. of i1.. ,!ark
Spirit, In hal.it this thet ii-r .*if -iw< h
And ri-c up liiin-i at its t.. -.ar h. irt
To enl ity n It is all made f crack .ian. fjaa-..
All mah if f -a rag r an.! -fI ,.rple air;
It i. all ma le of death f. r lif,- I. 1 ;
Fi"' it who ,can. andl h w '. t.. 1 beware.
-JuVph Russell Ta.lor in r Cn. rs g1,.j-:i'.

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When Melindy Wingins got en:nag il
to Pelig Jenks. her 1:ti wus just ithkleil
to death. Iteaus wi- seacis doi\n to
'1unkinvilll. t'fr ilonie l f the y '4ii n11 iin
wouldd stay artr lhV ,4y % .;i i ,i\vi 1!.
I-sidlles. Pt-lg Is r,':l ft':-chatniil,, n;inl


WWU OLI II IU strengthens the worn-out Iutite a ,iateh. Wig. n.s poor dear, wus soa:kel.I an
A STORY OF WRECKED nerves, refreshes the tired :Ilas it wa st 'in i rrn uk hr nto r w i
SCANOERS ... brain and restores health h, a t,,I ,. hvl y ., l, ,,: ,i, 1,i \, k tk j i: vins .Tdornin: e kl ev. t --
.. .. ....--..--.. ..-...-'-. ..**"* ..*** -.* Sold by druggists on guarantee. nini-a \:lll- l,'ut 1i t : w Ii, h i n ste w ui thinking of. i :d i 'We tried to
r ...--. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind. over ti, hi. ,ilat -,f In-.:ii-s anil nlit ,h.e,.r her upl.
A tb g r re a t kt s w ere p u re ly p la to n ic. h im a s t lf l t'% th.i .tlr. *vV- l .lWb Tir he r ti lo h o l Wt. d r a ,,,
At lw*tshe prided herself oil that fact. I i il l, :t I,, pr,,l ,-, ,1 ty la':.- ires,.l., ,oer we .ll w.elt tosp;lper. nnal
Whe any oone suggested to her the ars born i I ws I .pIe; in fr.t it
opasbilty of an attachnmnt more ten- strations shoreward le flt that his g art' li n t: : .,ii .. n". f,1 aindy win,,in M.s. Wit llnt nt 1 'owh-1 in i',r pColod
f to sh,,,.t:;t.,'r' "it.l ta ,' ,.ilndy iut !rs. W iL: :1gt 4 Silt ihi\vi it l t r p!ti.1
der and affectionate, she lpouhlijhed puros, was a.i,"ntlolihded alnl so said hr lgatl.,.l i. t r'il j, iit !; sidle of iike a gh,,,t. and folks b,,-,t o,, ot:!!,
It with an emphasis indicative of anl nothing. A mmni.-it later he mad e an- the i.,h,.li-,' le an, li.u.rh aI hflp evm'hinz:, tI:t
abstoltely sure state of mind. She was otho r mistake. W\V 1.. Ir-. \:.i. ... 1 us real t lt i,,t iiilp e,.'ythi.
not like other girls, she said. Several *"'lt getting alon-:. lie said. "So I,.- u, M,,,t i. :,,i hi -i M i. i ;,,'y.i ,i-,d th, 'hic n iahi, 'llt,,
men had found that out. They Ibegatn l y t l :. 11 i,o out fishirn ,;,,ioon andl I,.'" th ,,t l. li, ,, I :1 h y t, hilp. l, the hlp 'l !I,
by bring friendly. S.e encouraged us up." ,,rilc 1,|.,, ,." I,,I .. n i l ,.'., .t r,,ll ini we till ia it,.l i. ,tI tr
them perhaps in a certain liking: t :ilt It x:.s her turn ,,I l.,i s.U,':trel il ii. 1 1 t., 1 .t l. t M i,,t r,.eli. t ill we tri.il to nt it ':
he had for masculine c nl anit n h hat v,.,,ll lh.' think if thi ,y V _i ,',y. ,, .. ,, r -.. ,f ,.
w h ch they not in frequently m isu tl.r- ,.,,.l u< like this. e h n .t r l. "'1 'h, :,, f, ,;i 1 ;i, l, :,, lh:n:s,.lf tl,,. ,.,,I,,,, { ,,,,1 ,| :. ,.h,* ,r ,I
ltood. Tl beT w en the nile t and tige t :l t ipermnit it. 't\\1 1;,- 1. c I,., t, 1,,,i v, I .v ,.,.I T 1 ,i, Mrs. W id:ins ,lidn't car .
moon and the soft breezes stirred tien -'iltu .rver t.l.,, :a -un.l h,'ere kn.'1,". !,t 111 \
to declarations fraught with more tl,:i n xe,'re jus-t f 'in.li." he .:til. \1u f,:- t I I ia ll. ift ll, 1 -r If. al' i i 't :, I l. U.
pasMing tterest she was forced to mnoree know ,%ouf \e t:lk ,d i 111P i t Ill1" I., -:1 l. "e, !t ,t, t ;:. l,r 1 ,, 1 1 lr, [ llt
here l tterances. "'-Itl:'t I,,e silly. I t\ tI lt lt t 1 fall- i :I,, ,. i ,:1 v t,. ] 'l, .r 1 try n1 to it u np i lan i:
Dear me," she would say. "I doni t tel. I do-i't ca. i N \1:t lthe.y thi; .1 ,, N; .-. '. N A. .I h- :t.I",,,, i I ; t l- IIt lI 'il11:1 h .
ne why a man and a woman 'anit Co that sulije.t. Ilit I ,1itn't pru-, t.I ~ i,,.. I ,.i:, 4, .a Il ,' I i ll ,t" t 'u h i.u- Ik if ; .,i'1i ,,
oa beita Just friends here iln New I hi.ve themiii tlhrnk I wein i \-.Uit .[ \iiih a.
York. Bobseveracted this way. Why. stupll ..at. wh.,I.i in't phll l,:. :. ... :,1 ,, ll, (- at ;.
we rowed and sailed and tramninld to- wIitiitt -,, \1-i- i.'". 1 \ o I,,. i- ,d s.I n .h!.yI..t v nll .:,1
the r a summer in and suitie'r oulit.i nd "Not t, ..lwnk ,f a Ivrl ,, ,t i 1 > -. thi -in, t!i, .-it w,.s te s:ial. I
.hea e thought of making a propel <:la I. klnow eliou, .i to ke,,p .t ill.' w i ... 1 felt ,,v i,. ,rl- li.-i l .ll sn ,1S11 vl
4aar old Rob! He had more sense. I',,r :si.sr st:e .:' e a -i k a I .t I to 1 o1 I
lee p now. Be a man. F -.>tr,- it. the spra-y in i, li his eyIl,,.< Tl : :tl .. : : l, .* : i* l[U h- :. te -,,r hail g,,w, hi,,m,.
m d so winl I, and we'll just go, tin i ,liing shrieked wit l i ariiis 1 ,ie t ii ,: 1 .,. ,, .. ,i. i :, .: r. u;, r i; ,
eaw 'e dea." beg i nmii ,to i -t r, tir.-l. :aill .-- I- tl i :n Iv,,1 .1 .. ,,, ,t,,l h ,,, ', ]
Some of them got angry. Others ic- detily i ,.tnurrnel ,o ,Im thlat .. -; lio ,II .- ,,, \\ 1,, ,, ,. a n f i 4 ,, n 111 i'1 i s i I'e-i l'
|epted It as a matter of course. Tl'h,,re might Ie fatii ue,1l. iili' Lfr11 ..lIt h11 tl t i 1- 1 it s uiIti'iill ] lt t !,ai I I
I t at oeat one Instance on resv.-rl of a "'If .a)u k.I-p q tll' a i- t ,uu. i." I:" frii -li w 1t .... I-. V' ll : I :, fux l. : I,vy:.ty. I t j,-.t a- w,,
chap who really tried a set'ondl til,e &1aidl. "-I'll swiin ar-..:.,l to ) .\ u ta. l l;.mi.1-l tilt!:"*. i ". ;t t1 it. I lali-; lyill i li. l';t
a wt en e by responding to the usit:al you up. Tlat will ,, -. .. ThI, -, -:v a-ll Ii:, : ll ;tith *. i lina i, -s r,'n-:it xwu .i-t;iI. tM !:.
throw. dow with whistling a hIHpul:ir "P- Itsiaw lI.-st I ftur- 1 F itn llt wh l -ai t I* vtt-i tm:t", t ,, I f ,- i ., lo < : r -
air that begins. "Comrades., cimralehs. right. nt :It N .it ie.I i .::.t.. **l rL.,zi t l .l .-tr .imlrs." shl, stad
e~ arimeewe were boys." Ulpin whi,-! lle paid tno :ttelntnnII t he i:, ju'I g, ,' t I:, i,,y :i)l ic-I.' i,,1 -,It i ll ii .,l- air nil ,n tl,, i,'iit a,' ,'-:lrh. Stai l
oecomit she told-him lie was a dear to tion. a;il a ltw sir-.k-s I 'i-iLzlit I: ti i 1 hr I
ake that way, and they have been her sidl. The t.,l,. A\ :s rlunantii :,: "l h I ,, : .ll': 1. ,,,...n s a tl f i r,,, .r, 1
betterfrled e ersince. and th.y s., e ,i ig t rt r :i,.i ll ,.,I : t I,,, 1 ,,,.1 :-i ,I : I tl ,, I -It. i l.r an' i
lrmt*t~g f~uriix'r iiliw i. : Ind x t1.nt Ia-: i li :a."nt "f i-f s all Iii x't he Iluinuli It it r 1a t
At w weeks ago she ittellt t o d fal fa hr t l rI t ti' t -- a:11. 1-i 1: :.l t \. \t I ,!:, ,:- t :t 1:tw Slt k d t'-it ,',!,, I I x Ii;-li:tlnil. a1 t l,'tIre
d o indm with friends ii a little '.nti- 1,:!.i i.,;-,* l..tu,,l iii i I II,., if \,i "t It
heandet up the Hudson. Thither alsio dare." -...lu :, ei. aw l I1'lli h. I,,te
,em d Bob. She Is a stroniig. lind- c:ttae. lTh'n, see li.,w .ljuic kly it'll I,, rs. Jeduent'
-. 1,1 ".. ,'t, \\ 11 i ,,!,I M \\ *"_':; I~ 1 ,:1* !,, ; fr.,, fr i,,ii. :t;n l I| ., l, r ..hJ t ld
same, athletic creature. foril of out- outi of .;lht.' Tl1'.-atlr a wat -. 0.II'l ''I I, 1 a. fal ,
eaor sort. She begins her season'-- It was s.t!ch a prety .:tinu. :tin.l hl I :-
I,,I'< u11l t a t Lt.,.y \\1!.!,, tT,', t o" .< 'i" it. M r,. W ins.'
wimth lt before the daring sinall no desir,. to lt,.e Sr. S. com;:t ,:l. to
b y th~ik the water has lost enit:ghi on her stuil.,hrrunc-s. hlie i:t l edhll i ,a,. t'l i, ;, :' "h,.\ .a-e" I..lrha,'r- 't l -..
e i s t ed ll W When she is not goltina t ll, toi k h-. l.l f lis a, l t :i:.iia. .'" 0 ,, I. .,, 1!, .., ;., I all kni,,,,', l it. nu1!1 n lle of Ius
she in I the tells court. In thle Iin- 'Then a n l oi t ir< wai s It,:trl. niil i ',iit ,iltIll..h ,i I. 1-" .. .I .- ,t,.,,
ter bw a ket ball and long rambleslh soon two eni ii n v i Ii.:t ,were .ilhin :t : 1 ir a. u "l *. ".l,.,i t k,-, all. ).il M! -4s. 1,
thngh snowy woods serve to keep, few varlsofthm. ti- f:t-- ilas. 1 I : g. i- t :tt. I w:It to t- stir-
bar w t eeks rosy and her eP s bri::ht. '".S .. there," \:. Illl's imiir'. i n i i I; r ta l ,trt l ,, ,l-.. an-i I \ :,,1 m t. k mwitt ci:.n -s,,, : ,i-s .ut.l li:t a.,itl,.
And thb mq a who accomlinies her ottn hait an .t\11 I t \o tryinmt int ii .- t o .I ,-4 ,,f i-, i!i. r,'.-:, -.nia.l ti. tn:tke th, '-:1
nm& walkt needs to ebe t mor than a "-11,I,1 ti, a 1: ;.t I. ,'.lr.i" ,:ta ,e li.b k h ihirir I l i "*' r li "iIn-l a I ,t IX '*- la,- ,h t,-- v,:Ih il'e. 1"1 ,ix. r :-itil-.
p bly good pedestrian. for she will thel ua-wer. "'\\,' !,ate t ou .-te in t a i";! i" -ri:al11 al -kii I... l .-r. :t, wI I -'\(*' -a:f I,,t'l1,. Ii- 1 sIi!i I
SmIN tie him whose limbs are not of minutile." t .vl" I 1,.1-- .,v':.i.ll- :inl I!: 1 ,1 ', !1.-,'.\* r h.. -:,.".'\ I -.l:an't ,ti.i.r Il-. f,.-
b w. '*\Ve're all ri ht: 1l,,tii't troulhe.." s..ai n H ':I'A1 1', :' t .i .' t' ,'I I! t !Igot 1 '" k a .- ttl, orf I;,, ,; --,f
B eb la n ot easily tired. Hill training the girl. ovear,.,t::. I.:t:. l I![ i > ti (1- -- .; s -:t. l1i- it x\'s i- n th dr'lu ,lr plitrt ,n- t
ith the college boat crew aite ti "Keepi off- shoute-l Ioil. "If y..u it 1 'tll.-ria' r:silil-e. .\nI ,ln t h ty, tBo Now that the form o(f sp.,ort comnie a:n t-lo- r. .,iiu'll s.-ratci ilit .:t1, in t t I:,',~ T '- -i,. "I "; t 1 :
t k aI m lS atic turn. The lone tr:tanps p aint on illy e.'ano.ut '" vI,, x 'i :II ta il n t iot : "o '' ** >:. I '"- ys i!y 1 .. t t4,r. 'Il:rii. ,t m,.-
O t f e country roads were varhed "What do .oi i,,,an:" i reiir. one. il yt,)r *:,.ve b,,.au-1 "' ,,*"I t,'r- 1 l. .. M's. \'i* :ns. and I gu1,.s
W Ih S lm swimutming and an o.t-a "I o vaou te I, :v ll;>t ,,u -.t ::r,. 1," ls ,ntl s, t ,':. ,'a 1'l l;",l ,,: i 1 ; ,w ,, 'ur ":."
alin0 hour of paddling in lol's beau- inore for tlt. cano te than ftor- for" lie sl. 1 :at i ft;'' i. \\ '.:ns ftel.-d it; .,!ictor I,
tMU Il w eanoe. The last, in fact. wia htesitatel. I 1t,1 lite ,1. I,11 I,' ir I : I snlI:- t. t1t-,',1 it.
SBy ecomlag the favorite sport. 'For rile:" s h ou sl tied.-. -Y.as, that' i i -"",- .1 Iit',l ir "'-. \ i i-r.tis It'. *'T :-. :i:rr't p' -.,n. ladi,.'" s..z I -
f ieW Sie avers that canoes, like It. l'r a woman's ait ly a ,oianti. ltl it, 'i -- r' l* .I :Ulx'-. t':-. Iu t -! "T'1!,;,-': ain't n1 gri. i;t i:i1- Itt:.. ont I1
iM ar l mighty uncertain eriaturt.s. a go-il etan e. s i l,,a hont '; l it l.:.p:,' i. I f tir !::i T tliat hl .r h it' l-. !iir it!,|,,l e tlh.i recip, ll,,'iii.in-.tl e .i--
It happened this way: They hadl AAfter soinn, p:Iarlying thlie l,;t i te'l tir1' tI -. I 1.,-1' : 1:t sa'lt lIc :1 tlr : r. I !t I r i.1 t : :id ti ':- i
aa dte at for an early niorning I nl eolltd oi lIiseitel to le areful. W\nitIh i Ir I. ." : i, 'lu- !" u ,hil an. xi, .N-,\l.. ly i;s g.>iit to, ,li,- ; :-
S -4 early, In fact. that the rest of a istance tiltie i,.tl Ie was rL:lht.di. :,inl T'tl"-, i Il, s15 lu'ut lth;ik th, nt:,t:,. r-. M Vir''ini-s. unl-rs it ii t ,i
tk hi maG olU was still asleep. Itut tlie the fri,-iils niadet lheir iat s ..ho ,r,.\u ar, l. .*'it : u-. -' !-iiitf. Y. u. r. Y t, I' ii ni nf l lti, t .I ":'
irwa aIS p. anid the sun rising lelind 1But e t ,, :.-xlp in t!, small lli1 -.i, if ,. .:. MNr \Wi ,- rh-i- u-i t!,e truilt i lf. -
the l h bills made a picture loh : t river to\\in ha\ l!:t ;. l h.1i- t, ...l fl r 1 s-,, lIno 'i:vi t \ :tx :i I- ,- ..: Ii t.i -,,r M'- \\'iMr~-.z s. sli,. ,itilln" .I .
be1 Mu ab ered. She Is qultesure that much relec11ti ,n. :i;il t!,-. .lle..-t ,.ini. te.' \i n'n. 1 I uilr i: ; ii. ilf i,.I t !,'r Ik n ,;I,: I|n1p, ri!t t :
Ill- w ll'a11 N Be ber it Hl e has no dou 1.1 of tt.,, 11 :, I ,. it t!.;! \ .t ..!,. th. ,:,, ,.:..* \ .'. :-. \\:-:.1.i ;::!.l ltiykf rl *. an l : \, :l .1' *. :: ,
o the M object. She was sitting in itie dloesnia t iailr,.:. l it. .M,'l 1i n, i i i -,, I 1 -iI l' .i ui- -s,,,n t- f,,l k!: ii., '- i; I i
b OWfthe lcla e trailing her hatids in "'W liy..I1n t,!i- I !, ,." slhe .iil. "I!:t w ll ,., I't, : !,:Itt:i \\ 2. a:-l I d1 n t tlluk ar-.n: tll,' all L. .. '
the 1 t1 W water and enjoying. it ill sI whntl- thiey .t :!-!. I .' sl.-l' ;,'- -..\\ 1I':t' ",1'i. \\'I L,-.'!s ,il.!' i :t :: '
mueh that It startled her when ItI'-s the l --;s't *,. :, .. r i ,. ,.t' :, W 11. [..I !:l 1 t i ahi emvTesrlCation took another tirn. the 'leiat \... ixo i\tull I. \,. ,.-1 all. 1-:t l.f ,:-.', t.i.- \\x i- hi : ;t'. Mr. that h worn't In -
Hel did m t ays much. but It va. all sN I weioutl hia\.e .- li,.t ..i ,1- I It ,, i. n: s l I ., ', t t,, r I.I -I.,. r :i.' I :1.-' ,,..,, .
it1 there was such a depth f tenll- armis :!l,.ut 't :in t l I. i1-.- i,' -** i a ";t ii. i I i I 1i !'" .
d i MaIn the tone, and it wnis so tim- wout i it-l'\,r -i li\e- liiie.' i\\,,uhlm't i\t -.-,,irAt'.l at- \\ti:,. 1.,it .'
pM ire that she gave a itsuddlen start. "Aanl ,l>ltn't s:,.'.-'" in ty I : .; r l : q i .. i; ii' .. r ,
That did the trick. The canoe tuinti1 'No. She' i, t -k:- 1., a p .' ; .t ld 'I T..h -I!,;, n he., t : a [l i,'. sti : :it t t .- t' -. .! *i ti x -
titl and In an Instant thiley were iwltI tI he \\it. i r;t p -- t anI nI 'nii i t il:it s ,- ,I ,rt- t;- ra-! 1:;, i, a 11: r f-,m i 1 \ir 1 :' .a .
b oth e1 anderilg In the water. Iu lid a l t lii l t l. T, n i. l L iku :ila St i. : :- 1:
"G Nat Ci earr' he shouted. "1 didn't of -!.Ir'. i';.iatnk-.' \-- l ::, il th,. t, I t n. : I. x s .t It.: -
mema It. Can't you take a joke:- h ., 1 i'. i .*;:1 tlit \ 't t it.
He was eliatl ing to one end of thi. .: A ".\'n .l 1.1 the 1i :'I ... ,: .; hlt a!:l 1 ti .;..-. \\. : i -., l. ,i .:,,
moe, and she had found safety ,y- "N.- II.- -: .. .. i 1 ,,!,1 .:,',,,. *!'!' i1.l l ..x ,i ,.. \l: \\ Ihi'h I p l feonnt Fiend.
theWiolg te n aru over the other .idl. sh:li:t !.i-,, :.:' ,i ... 1-|. '1 1 I axt' i- d t iTix '- :: t i n- : -xx i T i I.. ;i-\ :i .'q-., wii i 1 T'
"It was too mruch of a shock." she :ia n lloh \\ i ix : ,.- i : i -.:; :i:i.i n" c- ev':,s \\- x ;i.c. ,L l ,,, ,1 p ., : \. !t 1-' --t i '-lft ., <:I', n'!'. i t I
SWemed. '"I'm surprised at yt-t l he .i.i l s, 1.. \ N. :. a ', ilt' t-.i -- i. l i --- n. h ia I l' it- *1 it i si i\
dew.e you: O h. Bob. I'm so dLisapha iei l-tt > .......u :ii... ; .. t:., 'i- tI \\i 'is t<. :,- -! :,I f..:- \\x:,;n !: ,. : ,li-, ':':t
iyo! Oo" r Fri rom The Ocala Evening Star i, t,.1' ti t i i tiil ; -i. 1 M.ii ,1u 'l--
"B nt. tell you, I didn't n ean it." ". \ L 1 l "1 1 t '' .:'* f .,' ,,' f !:.. 'r,.l,,': ,t w!,,.r,.h:|!i t.i s w i,{ \ ,t l,l >,,, ',
T h e l peec h w a s n o t g a lla n t, a:tt i s h e l i1 1t- ',.- 'i' ( u- 'i *a ; 1' t ; :t t];,' f,! i'a 'l" -l:. lh r 't\" ar te' t t it ",. 11
y ha-ve resented it but sue only aldd- -I:,\ ; r i. i i ...x i--i:,;i. titw o,",' gtuc iltt y ,,f taking a'1 xt ,:it -1
ad : 1 N\,.. ;i, t I. ,, \I "- NI l.. t. I b .i't it 1 ;i I ; i,., : \,",1 -,.nt da. s' tlU s ,,un ;t (, bills \'h .!' l': ..
0"W eUl you oughtn't to talk noinstense tr Ii,' tt,' .!,-i -' ."-r! '-; -:e x .....-, x. ,rt-l ttit, i.' t ii; i a-..l tl;< u y -, .ir imatturity. tut ilth is ini,,t
in a ca oe. It's apt to upset one." hi., .,'. .- 1 : ,,\' :-,- ,t :,i, \I NI ,, c,,1,i n|i,, i ,, .i ,,ll i .\ .i1 1i.i till 'i ;ta].iti aly a .ise eii. !:'.. i,1 I :tt
o I observe. But if you w weren't s, t ', ,i- :, ::: ., ,,,.,'. h. ,.s f! lt v -'.1 l, :' i- I,,-;>';r, hI r,,e l, ,., l, ;,l ,;*.* s.. x far :is
IM up In yoe r notions 1 m eight be ,f til i .. : : ,;- i. t,.. t-ih., ,lik.- nt xx i' : t :t,'':nt an-'. to h-i'i, t, 1 ir i 'n: ffr-t:t a i 7-1 bill.
^ to^ "- S ta' te. n,]i,. :" ;," -_. n, ... I- ,iir ',,' T. a, f'"** ",''ir ,*'tln l if 1'", tI 'i : 1 i, ,i *'i ti,'] si .,.. (it ',,
T Blre, now, you're beginning aga in, h ..rt,.,I .. 1, ,,. I., 1 \1 I \''1-. 1r- t -,, :' :.- .. t, ', ', :- ri-itt:'ma lit tl]U ,.,. :l111 a>k f ri :t full s.-r-
I gal s to w laln ashore." tu ;-hll 1,:- -L ,., !,1 ,' i,, ii lsc..n ii:i\\ ;tih, sth .| .! : 1 l,! r ;.,.I e : : .!',li r l, t tl:,,h .*-.; |. :. f ,* hippe la'k t'1t.
*lt' a mile or more," he shouted. .'uti- Il .'.i t, i' hi h: 1, un iii-le of tle atl.r l i!t; U r.-l .! ite. : .- t, l t.li. !e fr re-
i h -e 's sake. not to sieak of tial h uit',.- ,,n,, t 1 : I' I. ,.ll dres.- Itukl'e p .
min Gat think of It." ""
"Wul you atop talking nonsense, *hlututit.l It i''."nli .a.I 1 11,.,',.-, "i"-
tfc-- -'* **~~:itltl of tli tlr I ^trulln .i : a .!l


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rate supper and sot the table with
flowers. They was mostly marygoids
and old man. and some folks don't like
the smell of another, but the yaller
and green looked pretty, and It wuas
all ready for the company when they
cum bum from church.
We that knowed things felt that we
could see mirks of Iniard torture on
ipoor Mrs. Wiggins' face. and we felt to
sympathize, fur she was naturally a
moral woman and a plous one, and
she'd been driven to sin by the mean-
ness of her pardner. You se. she wus
one of them women that lives fur their
children. Ef she'd been a pelican. she'd
hev took all the feathers out of her
biizziin to make 'eim 1beds, and she'll
sa,-kertiied herself fur Melindy. Slie
looked kinder better when she got to
church. but our minister he wus youn'
nmid hadn't married nobody before. anl.,
blein inrvoils. he eronmeinced fiur to
read the burial sarviee Instead of the
marriage service. and we, twin all stiff
with horrer, hadn't presence of mind
enough fur to stop him until he'd actil-
ly hurild Mellndy as fur as words
could go. and Mrs. Wiggins wus in
high strikes.
However, she got over 'em, and the
minister he said he didn't know after
all biht it wus a providence to keep usi
from bein too sot on the things of this
world and reminded how short life wiu
and went back and married 'ern proper.
And so we did get back to '. iguins',
only. Mr. Wie-ins hevin been too) ainnf
to gpt the watiin nmeunded, thle wheel
com,,e off. and tJV-y wus all spilt out anid
e.:taiinost droiwnied goin over Slnl.'sil.h
lbri ,! f tlit nin't cot no rnilint Mrs


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WE DON'T vant you fooled
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Low priccd paint will alx\.ys fool you.
It may look vcli when first put
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that's all. No energy, no
vim, no vigor, no ambition.
The head aches, thoughts
are confused, memory tails.
Life becomes a round of
work but half accom-
plished, of eating that does
not nourish, of sleep that
fails to refresh and of
resting that never rests.
That's the beginning of
nervous prostration.
'L never had anything do me so much
good as Dr. Miles' Nervine. I was
tired, nervous, sleepless and worn-out
and Nervine cured me. I know of
nothing so good for indigestion and
general building up of the system."
REV.L. P.NEESF.,
Fairburn, Ga.


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SProtectorehards. gardens. cotton,
tobacco cucumbers, tomatoes,
#M4 a other fruit& and vegetables from
S- f ages of inw ts without the use of
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* ap by mail.
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Sdamesn J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman,
SOtk-ala. Fla.
d R local notice in another column.


SO ....0.... @t lethemr IWilson retillnirl ni fr, eJac k- TER IT ETVL
Se b9ez .monvile Monday it-vening.TH BA IS FE IVL
-------4-Mrs. W. A. Bawprott. aa lIE has INil Ti.e~~t~iiiItadfzt~i.~~f
j p n i g a eu jie(fI i l it- 11011 1VIt WI-. ~ Y. 1'. 1'. 'I'ItI rsI ikV nightl. ,1
]if. Townsend is boarding at Harry pnin ope ikia ta iia i ,
A4tlant a, ~il-il-eil loi.I 9411Vit iiiiug *Ieif-i,.11,*I-l1'-;~. A it h4'ugh it raiiied
Tbain. ~Ie~lI. atttirepotrts aa %.'rv il.:I'aiit trill. iii Ilt- ;.itirn~ iotinth'e ivenhiig %Was fair
IL F, Starkey was a visitor to IPalat ka m* ~vi1. ~iii~I~f 14ilIi i id iiie-Itllitifidly nix im.iliglo. lTh.e11lliiskets

pleutyof fin shrinip and oyst-rsto ill.. Ili~lI-'lkijix ioIii il4'112% I'.-cejitt..aill:t j i- It Ill
ad mow and Oth y an~ ire m ch enjoytwd by1 it'" jh li.N' i aal#-lj I IIlifoll of De nJI.it o. l' I h x ai i. t i i! .1 2 l 4lt 1r : is T I i:

'T.I. Matbersahammttared a neu Imeat .Ira tI k ~IIIaiin-. a% ho i ha- i.,.4-i, iI.i ix ii..xi.th -it-socii.txa
in'frton Seabreeze a en1cIw. Inear tilj't- 'nlliov 41f "I N llst !'iIi.e hIS' talli. it'ft Nax i t l~ to 11.11k iti....' aa 122 -qivi aaiiIi.i
.sb l jbofltfla'efor his Ih4,1114. iil W voililin-r(on i nn l ~: 'i iii v. 11141 i lljwIvl xisil ols .11141
ML R. Strother ita putting the finirdhing las~kt. A Iel ht' 11,1h.r stat, I I, v t I k. ;1.l i d mahe'I I.e.** 'Il i1 ti lt- X ".5. II.tIi J.I.tIFY (4
hmma on thae new addition to NMr. iwtek rom lts fitit 1.tt 'l j Itilt-i.Iitilt-its. 'I'!'it-; t

L. E. Starker is getting upi plants for turn t he Iatwrie' .iIiijNi sIl 1 g i litr ofIieIAxx.I'
@wand exteitsire uinjirove.mentm for dec lI ri iiie att.i-.2;t
Wm inthe near future.. ,"ihi-bie'a'-sii.ieiteI sit--e sl
Weeley Herriek aid wife, will Ixxen to ertx' of 11', 11 *st jlit s-OIl h ''if %;Iaoil- Ka H Iii 4 es I Of M ZI I t.ia il t, 124
~boirI~ lst~ etuil~i~%I~I~I~I~iss.1~t lI~i~. .I;l' 1q) jkk"IIlii ii.tjitlitt *i tpIAkt xea.tIi,,,,'s illt hi. InIigh 1t
md Feo ti a jilleasantt t sjourn ini that ii,1 qlt t'it..tin' l it.I -lit., r- 1. i *,~ 11111# hi1.xI' la al' iiI i:ii

p. [..yke. (of %;an M~atei4! andi Frank "lit Ihhsexxilgl "'" .1 1't~ a la l*i -L;;. t e* h 1
indrr o a Wid (1'aia. j a r~erstheOIV 'it-itilgo xIn iie ri 1 aii it' Ditll'. filkl
--thein' I 1611wr A Summifer's Tripn at Little Cost.


Quite a party froin Sbrw're att nled-l
t Baptist pKinii at tlie airmryn oni
mfuday night. It is uinen-etssir'y t
at that they haid a mllost ellio ;iable"

ID. B. Manley. of sanforl. iihas lv-tii
.; qik' ill for several days. past. iDr. VaIn
VTahh is attending hiimn. Mr. amid Mrs.
nley are stopping in the .Tones. c- t-
I--
Mni. Edward Fitzgerald. Jr..and l Ihby
i ariwd here from JaIsper on Friday.
iS Fitagerald comet to join her ihus-
imW who is forewn'a of Wilmians PIul-
House.
NM.G.H. Norton and .Miss. E. lDor-
at repgisteml at the Srasi le Inn.
Eustis, this state. Tihey an' in love
our ocean each and mi;y lie pwr-
"Imt!d to buy a home place to sie-nd thl.

The Junior Epworth lIeau, I;i l>n -xx -
d mlat the Smith home onil Valle.y street.
a Monday evening.was a gie'tt .ine..'s' .
The Juniors enjoyed themselves to til'
S 1L. Home made candy, i'.- enair and
W : *he were the refreshments. .iapane'se
Swterm added to the moonlight l'auty
d the grove.
What's the matter with .Seabre-7- hav-
i s Volunteer Fire ConipatinYi There
s- Il *reaon why the citizens (of this burg
i *M not form such an organizatiOll
U" itsertewrynessary. We liiave niii-h
Imb le property which ietdls prott'-
ft the inroads of tin', and a vl-
company could i, ,ise.stalli.h.'d


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other .ide' (t 'tilf t.n lt. -t it,: 1, hr .
during their r,' t r2 n \2 ,,-tl< ir Ie' a d x\ ilr'
havin quite ; li\ .ly ,u r. 'l i.. "TI.,iki f.r I l-irt-.r SinIm
Iadies slp. ltal Illr *\.-niil" at ,'* l i 'h ,,. r t.- \\. 11 I[II:\Tl. l[,,lly llitl!
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gifor a lit wan exc itemen iihat N,~ iat~ei li Ill i ,, I xill
~'' ~ b~tiy fona orth Caroina. ax trl ;mltII!.':I't'I'll, I. r-.1x11iiwill1
am aleniy. flling in Imt is'sIi 1'14-111-Y ihi.iiI 141-i 'etilt-II' II NMEOR O R. OXY
Wsgir'whosax ii..niawi hutlIdiallid I.Ill

fr~i th froad, fearngth art te A III-I I
bb m Witbrun overe wniig the lTits:H ly Hl e s ~ .'..i" '..
urn tothe reordil~aligntts-tha rt amn1,1.1 IN MEMORY O N'2' -
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Tew betihld at the buinme' uf NMr. aiud,
A. S.nanroun. About 4411 j :it N' 121 -t-u V ii ii '''' .
110*11Ftfe~mt anti eervrietido s.t~iii41 1ta1 MaI.M G:1\ 1
VION& MI kby And;. itienl Getor~z /eg- N-. laI.-r- hi'kc';a 1-n1 ti,.l I'
Oa W U "Cai t ZIin ra jicler.until \Mr. i-ItItir- i f i -l xa. .1x' '*2' 2"' I I' l ax .'''
Mr. Harrti inn "111(ler141Ihis Afatilic ills j~' Irl i.,'l ~ '
"Dirk Darling.' Tiher- wen-'F4-ta
bv Mr. Snnmel.4iOf 114h.ialnql1.2i1141 I' 111i-11in NI11- H' .i il -- I; '' '2'
ofo rburg,. anti Miss Iracte'Bill~ frebit l .Ik. i= ix l2la x
PA& MinW Ibi Clara Ze'igler. Therr' -*'as'.t
w ~contsingzent fri mm t lie%,,casihle'111 t li.Into:lc Iit';.. I
.,wo t. ll (if ix'boin *ima ile%' I ll 4i .14 c ,li'iv P st taxe .I.el'tii:.- xx. Mr, 1,~It.4. r
atmmlteeserlyn
Wt hil-1111'4+11441 With a :g'-a tl ith l'2e.
was done u p initart ists' -styvI'. I '. '
Afnthber jpleaalniatevi'ning wa eu 4"'' Iii we:.Tiicl.Ia :2of2 hV TIDES.
MOW to enty-ttx.' of tour t'isity a ntdiF u4 0 tle .121,i0 a111 .2 iI.' '2 c.
friends at S asNVlz i Iiilim- t i' Iltlil. 11 I':..1: I -I' et
la s t. P rilog e olix 'e s g~zi, i e'rs t% 1111.1 t a.. tl c ul i' i'lilt'..2 2 :I1
and datncinig itmade Ik ie te. I iatss 'ite''I tle u I.li'l t2-2' ~ 1 22 ~ 2. i1
too quicklily. At twelve 1tchlotk (q)~jttI i I~IIljlTI i 1
of -H ~on ie. Swept H om e" -.se le tj il s gixa' \.\1 1., N ~ I.I;. .. r: I()r.'Ill
&M untweivte uiia'umundsip which hdhalst Ht t. Wi~ t' t rter aml MlrNI1i'6
fromDthbe Wetier an prwitid dover ly fah.Ati1 pri :u 4 18110Ih


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GRAPE HARVEST IN PORTUGAL.
THE PORT GRAPES CARRIED TO THE TREADING VATW.
Scene at the Vineyards of Boa Visto, valley of the DIOrO:
cut the bunches of grapes into small baskets, carry them a At
tance and fill large baskets holding near zoo pounds. ThealMt
sheepskins thrown over their backs, and plaited straw knotafto
heads, shoulder the baskets and move off in single file down the
ged winding paths and flights of steps to large vats, where tblgeqi
are mashed for wine. The soil containing a large amount of Iron


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Speer's Port Grape and Burgundy Wines
are made from the sm.ine grapes grown on an eastern mountain sloptf
in Passaic valley,. New lcrsey, the soil also abounding in iron produced
the real Blood-makin-, life.prcscrving Wines of the World
-the ol(!, original 'Port wine grape of Portugal. No other wine"
equal these .,,r inval!di, w,'ak!'. persons and the aged. None put
market until nine vea.rs old. FOR SALE BY Druggists and Grocers.
Also the P. J She-ry. Burguidy, Socialite, Claret vin. s88r,
Climax Bra %,<'- v :t$. a'l used extensively in Hospitals and amo
the Mc.li,-al faculty as the best to be obtained. The unfermente
Grape Ju:ce is extensively used in New York churches for communion
service.


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The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
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;mM A PASSENGER
no 0he g an lassthe
1as peiTem n man, even
be a hcklin," began Peterson, "and
there is se particular Jebu doing busi-
a Ito Washblgton who possesess that
alty in the superlative degree.
-When I vtiited the Capital City. I had
my mind frlly made up to have noth-
ing to do with the backmen. so when
I stepped off the train and a crowd of
these gentry began shouting at me I
sImply shook my head and passed on.
One of them. however, was not to
be thus easily disposed of. Dancing
around in front of me so as to block
my progress, he vociferated:
-'Hack. mister? Take you to the
S Washington monument or the capitol?
Only balf a dollar"
Agalan I shook my bead.
"- l* Ithoaonaa Institution or treasury
blglftBg? Take you to both of 'em for

*Wi I hook my bead.
**Arlfngton and Fort Myer? Drive
R I evr and back for $2r
S -a before I responded with a shake
Eat bhead.
mNavy ya rd or Soldiers' home?
Slowbpla ftr-a'dollar.'
"Masher shake of tbe head.
B m t to go to the White House and
1 6the 1 lt 1 tl? Drive you right

behd adaking.
att eO or state department?
f P ri eas the White Houser
A' Astr ake. Mlind you. all this
I s 't opem ed my mouth or ut-
Swad. and from the puzzled
Se bckman' face I thought
M i about discouraged. But as
Sl l past him. thinking to make
g w his countenance suddenly
bI ula up and I beard him mutter:
"By 4eorge. I've bit It now: I ll
try ubh jutm once more!' And then.
alsaf g It a tfrt of me again, he spell-
ad aot on hia fingers In the deaf and
K mb alphabet, with which I chanced
f. to be thmillar, 'Deaf and Dumb asy-
kin? Take you right to the door for
Squarter" Woman's Home Corn

LAUNDRY LINES.
If coffee is spilled on linen, the stains
Of he removed by.soaking the part
fr 12 bhors os clear cold water to
Which a little borax has been add-. d.
After you have washed and ironed
ew ribons draw them swiftly under
S atises, holding It on one edge IDo
this two or three times and your ribbon
SSW Mt be stiff.l bt soft and pliable.
S wash ery yellow or grimy things
a emulsion of kerosene, clear
ter and turpentine In equal
S -at. Shake them together until
412amy,. then add a cupful to a boiler-
tU l itlothes and boll for half an hour
Aeetlc acid (concentrated vineg:gar
W restore colors that bave twen in
Jued by the alkali in soap or by so.!:a.
a nMola or sbstances of a similar ia-
tare. Comverosely stains made with
Msi l which are hostile to sonie lark
S 0i0, may be removed with dissolved

Us6 IS Vegetables.
S Pepl who have an objection to bug
I thinr food need to take mnuchll pains
wb'h" eleasising of vegeta biles., c-p
*17 snuculentt plants, such as isp.:ira
Mi M us. lettuce, etc., before coouk-
kisg or serving up raw. If left for
S awhile tips downward, in well salted
water, the plants will drop an interest-
Ilg assortment of discouraged livitig
mt Gs o0 the bottom of the vessel.
4and a us M y be gathered by erefully
S h ng and rinsing the crevices nd
I' Mws of the plants. When cooked.
thi anaia food may be harmless to
ithe w- like It. but in uncooked sal-
b IBtl Emposble to wallow dangerous
*s sinless they are knocked out boy
help of utseptic salt. The same
leeslonims are commended to pru-
i --c i sad rumement with respect to
(un.-M- kalm Record.

C eraer M.L Depew used to have in
hi eiletis of ecrlositlea a certain
Sdhil- lmpatth wbhichb never fall-
ad to imret the politicians to whom
ho ito/ d It. The telegram was sent
SM& Depew,. theo president of the
SIF Talk Central railroad, by MIr.
srtty before the latter's elec-
Ema -mesi term ln the senate. It
i a few statioos above Pough-

iti pt Mu Tou.


I 1 si the train gladly." Mr. De-
8W aM Ml y when be exhibited IL
if s11a4 willaag to do a favor for
ma iwhto i aljoke on himself."

WTb Marplase cam..
oI rMtmly agai t IPdigeflon is
intrismy-. At tast The Lancet tells
that It I the celibate young barris-
I the e ml*y amte In lodgings, the
M 09biChelor Journalist or busi-
S mem ma Or derk who suffers most
n remtare dyspepsia because he
l 'Oeanaloae. He generally reads during
bhi meals. whchb is had. or he reads
i* retly he has bolted his food, which
I likewise bhad. Obviously. therefore.
m trimaoy Is a bar to Indigestion.-
Lady's Pictorial.
TamTesO Dlier.
S Dealer-Here, madam. is a horse I
S- recommend-sound, kind-
S Old Lady-Oh, I don't want that sort
Ofaor He holds bih bead b:hh.
Desaler-Eb?
Old Lady-I llke a bore that holds
Il o0se close to the ground, so be can
where be's going.-New York
Weekly.
Wbleb Was Itt
"AM iwwe lavre or are we free men?"
0 11111dered the orator. "I pause for a
y. Kl!."
of10 t f are married." came the
W 10um tg1 e hIt row of seats.-


S J. G. Ambertof, Iklln. 0.. write,-: "1I
"- lBd an obstinate ore on Iiy -i wlhi.hl
ytlibW Am ee failed to heIal. Altr
a malliiatimRnI.. .. D-... -


BOUND FOR THE FRONT.
ALn lladelat kewla the tnliltlrY
Corsr of the Monlenegrln.
In military courage the Montenegrin
probably stands at the bead of Euro-
pean races. The best wish for a baby
boy Is, "May you not die In your bed!"
and to face death is. to man or boy.
only a joyous game. Says W. J. Still-
man in his "Autobiography :"
I have seen a man under a heavy
Turkish fire deliberately leave the
trenches and climb the breastwork.
only to expose himself from sheer
bravado.
While lying at headquarters at Orca-
buk. awaiting the opening of the cam-
paign in 1S77. I was walking onie day
with the prince, when a boy of 16 or IS
Approached us. cap in hand.
i "Now." said the prince. "I'll show you
an Interesting thing. This boy is theta
last of a good family. His father and
brothers were all killed in the last bat-
tie, and I ordered him to go home and
stay with his mother and sisters, that,
the family might not bleccne extinct."
The boy drew near and stopped Ibe-
fore us, his head down, his cap in hand.
"What do you want?" asked the
prince.
"I want to go back to my battallon."r
"But." said the prince. "you are the-
last of your line, and I cannot allow a
good family to be lost. You must go
home and take care of your mother."
The boy began to cry bitterly.
"Will you go home quietly and stay
Ltere," said the prince, "or will you
take a flogging and be allowed to
fght?"r
The boy thought for a moment. A
flogging, he knew well. is the deepest
disgrace that can befall a Montenegrin.
"Well." he broke out, "sunce It Isn't
for stealing. I'll be flogged." i
"No," said the prince, "you must gof
home."
Then the boy broke down utterly.
"But." he cried. "I want to avenge
my father and brothers.'
lie went away still crying,. and the
prince said: "in spite of all this tie
will be in the next battle."

CHINESE PROVERBS.
Dig a well before you are thirsty.
The ripest fruit will not fall into
your mouth.
(;reat wealth means destiny. Mod- I
rate wealth means industry.
The pleasure of doing good is the only
one which does not wear out.
Water does not remain on the tmoun-
tain nor vengeance in a great mind.
To nourish the heart there is nothing
better tI!an to make thle desires few.
When life comes, it cannot te de-
clined. When it goes. it cannot Nbe
detained.
Good governments get the people's,
wealth. while good instruct iu'is get
their hearts.
T'Jos'e who labor with thlie mindls
govern oiltirs. Thllios, whlo l:tor with
their stirctn.gtllh art ovt'rntd bo1 others.
A small t:1, (.:;ii!ot Ie ima'e to con-
tain il hat is lani-r. A riiort rope can-
not ei nusd to, odraw water from a deepl
well.
Let ev.cr. nian sweep the snow from
before his own door atdl not busy him-
self about t r. frost of his neighbor's
tiles.


Express Elevnatorm.
To the man %'ho is .accustomed to
buildings w-here staircases are still use-
ful as well as torinatiental the speed to
the expressss" elevators Ino New York
skyscralpirs is disturbing. R.ecentily
an "i;1) s;;.lt-" man, who was Oving,
shown alibout the city by a friend. was
taken at last up to the sixteenth story
of one of tlle high buildings. lie went
up in a "local" elevator, at moderate
speed. blut tien that (.caused hit to
suffer many qialms t,-fore lie stepped
out on tli i'ln ending. In coming
down to street(' levl agaln they took
an "express." With one switch of the
handle and a few sparks from the con-
trolling a;ilipo:ra;uis they were deposited
on the ground floor. The city man
asked the other if "that was quick
enough" for hint. "Quick enough" lie
exclaimrool. "'lihy. I night just as well
have jumptled "-New Yo'kl Post.

A Ghontly Satellite.
Under certain conditliions there may
be set-n in the night sky. exactly op-
posite to the place where the sun may
then tbe, a faint light. rounded In out-
line. to with Ithe name "gegenschiitn"
has iben give. It has always beciin
mystery to astronomers, but Professor
Pick-rilzg su~gsuted that it may be a
cemetery or meteoric satellite of the
earth, lie tlinils it tray be composed
of a clou1 of el:otr.ors 1.(00,(000 miles
from the earth andi revolving around it
In a period of Just oiue solao year. so
that the sun and the ghostly satellite
are always on opposite sides (f the
*arth.


A City of HBoiling Sprngas.
Carlshadl las Ibeen humorously de-
scrilbedI as beiting ,Iuilt on the lid of a
boiling kt'tltc. which is almost literally
true. niS it st:.iil s on a crust of rcooa-
parative thintins-s through which rise
sevtr:rll ti h::i-il spo inog-. Tlhe irost
abuliia:i ; :i ".! io,1-t ni-edo of lihese
spriu, -s i .it t-truitl. which dis-
lhtargz .s I;- 1 ,i >.I'. :lh oil s > a day of vari-
cus tm'ii|M'or:iiir s Tlw' water of the )ot
sprinlts i :hi iliti ft I;tmiois for more
thain iti -'ntunitri :. "l-tir" for various
coImipol:Itull<. a11iol tlhe tiwiU c;in nearly
al ;itw o I t -ii of i -< io; 1l it itors dur-
in; tithe o-v ,i. i fio, ii .:i-iy 1 tuo Seit. 20.

The Difference.
Pator-You are t\.ry forward. sir. In
fiy day the youittg 111.111 waited until he
was as!: dl to call.
Youug M'in- Y1'ts. .i, now' '.he waits
until he's tstl to :Ill.-'Tit its.

An t ust.
"What has society ,iinie for us?"
"Increa.t'd the ttu'bt'r of our Infe-
riors."-llrooLlyn Life.

All:.- ;ildh'.'it:~.',i ,I,.;lhrr i.. ;i'n lhrni.'0.,i


1 o guiau
ON 70 'Iii 01.
liloi'IN itt


TWO FAMOUS RIDERS

STRIKING FEATS OF ENDURANCE IN
THE PIONEER DAYS OF THE WEST.

Aubrey's Mde Was bthe Greatest
Physial Achievement Ever Accom-
plhsbed In Thli Country--Froutiers-
map Jim Moore's liard Ride.
The greatest plhyslcal achievement
ever accomplished in this country was
the ride of F. X. Aulbrey from the
plaza of Santa Fe. N. 1.. to the Pub-
lie square at Intdelendence. Mo.. a dis-
tance of nearly 411 miles, through a
country Inhabited boy warlike Indians.
a large part of which was then a san-
dy desert. It was about thle year
151 that Aubrey gave his wonderful
test of hunanu endurance, before which
all other attempts of the kind pale
into insanilticance. lie was a short.
heavy set man. 38 years of age. in the
prime of manhood and strength. llis
business for ten years as a Santa Fe
trader had made him perfe 4i fa-
miliar with the trail and all the stop-
ping places. Hle was a perfect horse-
man. and, although there were great
riders In those days. none of them
cared to dispute the paln with Au-
brey.
On a wager of $1.000 he undertook
to ride alone from Santa Fe to Inde-
pendence Inside of six days. It was
without a thought of fear that lie un-
dertook the terrible feat. It was to be
the supreme effort of Ills life. and lihe
sent half a dozen of the swiftest horses
ahead, to be stationed at different
points for use In the ride. lie itt
Santa le in a sweeptling gallop. and
that was the pace kept up during near-
ly every hour of the time until he fell
faintig from his foam covered horse
in the square at Independence. No
man could keep up with the rider, and
be would have killed every horse in
the west rather than have failed in the
undertaking. It took him just 5 days
and 19 hours to perform the feat. and
it co:ti the lives of several of his best
horses.
After Iwing carried itoi a room in tlie
old hotel at li idop>'lettnce Authry l:ay
for 4 S hours in a dead stupor before lie
came to h*is selnsis ll, would never
have re (iover' fo ll ie shocik hl:ld it
not been for Iti.s wonitlrtil oillstitu-
tion. The f';ait l \v;:un i'tit.ni 0i -ly- re-
gardod tby western IImoi a< ll t ;e:r'ate'st
exhibition of sit-.ngilh allmtl etilillurantce
everkoli n oin iit [llphii'.
Tihe ide ol .Jii l M..ore. i iiottd f-roll-
tiersitaln lo w ill, lii oio-ii ,r il;ays. is alIso
wortily if ito 'i,:!.. Ml.ll#' WaIs :1 itain
of alu '-il I: I ri it 1 '1 i-ol l In tr t,. I)y
nIilitlary .st:nli!.rl hi>' t v w: i iio ldel.
Ile weir::h ',l 1;il I,'!:I l-s. 5sntil -5 f-'t Ill
!nt'tles. s.uiagh t : it ;i t, m\\. ith w goodl
neck well set (in lhis sholh'l rs, smitall
w ailst., l t oo11 l l-Ii;. "!l, I h i ll th litttlsl
of a tlhiro t:ght.rei. No lini r looking
m lln pIllysi<'il.v o v, r r Ii,, :i lit l tan ho
than .linI M.0-t-r'. I 11 c<,,hl riuin like n.
Indian. was as ntri ; as 1I pititlher, thli'
list .latirtld i:i on in li it worll. bult af
lconi-:'1. 1 i i Mote u : aa lp oiiy

express rilder. li ;- roiiit \V is f'rom i
Midway statiio'., hli!t \\:iy lsetweetn
Fort K r':niTi'y ant;d I'ottCtni\-owld Sprins<.
to .1 iln 'll t ti.r it h-t.-i:t '. of li t llf ilf's.
Moor re i-d lt the roiidl irip of :.NO nliilvo
once' :1 Tin' sitatiin were front


10 to 14 itih s iap irt. atil a I'resh hlorsC
of Sl'itii 1l o, .il. \:"is <(lot:ihiol'l at c-atil
station. TlicrT \\'is little dh'lay in tliose
change's o(f i. orst. as tle ridir gave thli
"coyotlo y-ll" hli'ill a ile nw\iy, and.
day or nighi t, the st.ithi01i o iilen ihad til',
pony ready. so that thet ridrT hia only
to disilloulit froloii (oile horse andl imoll it
the othir, and with a
  • lih wais on a ruii Xagioili. 'This rihle of
    1-10 niles usually wasi iiitde itn 12 horll's.
    On tac-lh route there were two express
    riders. one g oing~, ach w:ay. As easy as
    it inay "swe iin tio sonti fior a iman to hbo--
    stride frchi hi iost ;iaftr Ithmr-t, for 1 Ilt
    miles, there were t \v tntin able to
    stand ni) to it.
    Upon the occasion of which I am to)
    speak Moore's route Iiartner ihad been
    ailing. and Moore was anticipating, andI
    dreading that li, niiight have to double
    the route. In this anticipation lie real-
    Ized that fthlre is a time limit to endur-
    ance. and thert fore lie gave thoi bron-
    chos a little i:iore of the steel than
    usual and i:oa :e the trip to Julh-sburg
    in 11 hours. .\rri \inig it Julesulrg. lie
    hiad his ftars cuotirmt.d Ills piartiner
    was In to.d. l1i .han hlioped that lie
    might Ihave a tt w i'ours for rest. but
    lit-fore li had til:It to dismnotiunt nnal
    stretch lis crin'pail ntiil tirtd t-iinstl'sh
    tLe "coyote y.vll" of the east going rid-
    er was hloard.
    lie drunk soin e cold tcofft. tiillhtd liis
    pocket with t hlii nttat andto was in the
    saddle agtiin for iianotlier 140 mile ride.
    In ordhTr to lhe able to live the route out
    lie St'ct tleiii for ill there was in them,
    with the rtilt thaint lie arri-red at Mild-
    w'.i after l:ivin rihol n i )t inz les. inl
    2"2 ltoiirs frol tlie w t' iiiiro tic hili hft
    tlhi-re. H<-n lolidhi-y .give 1olini : goull
    wAltch and a (''-iti!ic:itte of his r'ni-iari-
    able lot-rf:'-ti: ri c,. m.\iniiy cof tlhe old
    frolitii'r nt- li oI'W livilig bklit'w Moorto,
    klil\\ of lii '2o mil ride. in 2"2 hours
    ;a tl b tih v. < 1t t i., \\ :ito (i azd l cttIl i-
    ;itot si'i it i t iIt T lo i S.

    (hee'rt tl Imnil mce imenrs.
    Tlihe 'ilbol ii i :il 'io It 0 in i re't'oritly
    appilo r diil ill lt e 1.ii0 inlt M iriii- iot 1'o<-t:
    ".% ri k Ilolbt. c-rnr. n ltii, l a tilbe. uitf-
    fwt t l o 1 o t !. I \ t' itt or i tr .. :1 (otlt o if
    it i'o i-t rlio i 1:!!: ,I I 1 ; I Ti llO lo t ,0 I '' i itl IIll t N \ II
    to i-~. 'oll. ol i : Ih L r i ni i l e] ;l io 1
    S o : lw go t ] : l ll Ii i lt .ll, .
    ('I '.


    Ott. \.-~ I i. o h too lot*It


    r n ..o- Il al i. r v -'t. f, ,r ,,ti ,.r. I- : r i ,,:" lt ir1 1 Ii it t iil T 01
    pil-s. .lprti,- so !. l, n i- 'o '. If ." 01, o't iol;o' h i i -- i1i ,to
    i-I,. .0 o lp r i 0 sol o I I r .1 i | .\ !. \ ,.- l' li l l, .: ; ,, ;i, \- ,,.


    Nine-

    Tenths

    of

    all the

    People

    Suffer

    from a

    Diseased

    Liver.


    HERBINE.


    Pure Juices from Natural R6ot.

    EGUUTES the UveraSt nad adBowels,
    Cleansesthe System, Purifnesthe Blood.

    CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Castipation.
    Weak Stomach and Impairyd Digestion.

    Em hefll 6unuM t Niw Sat tai.

    Pzice, 50 Cents.

    Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis, Mo,


    Sooo~zj3333300;:jo
    Sold by Dr. J. M. Jones.


    ENGLISH OF THE ENGLISH.
    "London Io a ilee Plaee if Yeo
    Know the Languare."
    That hackneyed American maiden
    who said London was a nice place 11
    you knw v the language was not a bil
    absurd. We speak English, but we
    have built up our forms of English ex-
    pression upon the English of a few
    shires of the old country as it was
    spoken between two and three centu.
    ries ago. while thf-y have been blending
    and cl;h.ti!ng the speech of all their
    home I)eoples during the same period.
    The result is that an American can
    hardly utter a sentence in England
    without calling attention to the differ-
    ence between his speech and that of
    the people about him.
    Only yesterday, after 15 months' resl
    deuce in England. I rushed up to a con-
    ductor in Charing Cross station and
    asked, "Which car for Blromley?" [Il'


    F. B. HAVEN,


    Horshoeing

    Blacksmithing

    and Repairing


    Seoond A venue. ntroi ll"'in'h Str, ',t.
    12 D1aytonia. Florilan.


    Thompson, T.ilor..

    H igli ;;i Suits iialn to orli'T foor .fl11 iinol
    iinp; 1'iints fotr <-1 ianUl 1pwn11 ls.
    Cleaning and Repairing at Reasonable Rates


    DOUBLE DAILY: SERVICE
    NOITHBOUNDi ceWduk tI i ve MIyI M M
    No. 4 I No. 2No 1 1 IFI
    7:4i pn-i 7:2-5ta I ,vJ.......... Jacksovill (A. V.& W.).-..-Ar @-S :p
    11:03 p:im i1):55 amn Ar ..............aidoMs (A. V. & .)......... 5.ar :pm
    :l:S.Omn, 4:10) pml'Ar Maron (G. & & F.) LT 11:0
    7.23 tint, 7::3-5 pu'Ar. 4tlanta (C.o f.) Iv 8.- m
    1 :4)0 lrn. 12:3:0 a.ni.Ar .............Chattanooga (W. A.) ............ Lv 4:06
    5:..5 pinm 3:35 an: Ar ............Nashville (.C. & St. L.).........L. .. .0r p0 :4
    3:25 nnt, 7:24 pmnAr St. Louis (I. C.) lv 8"86 .
    7:2 -pn. I-7-:4N am Lv.......... Nashvillt (N. C. &. St. L.)..........Ar 8:5 pom
    1:47 jinm 12:10 pin'lv....................Martin (I. C.) Ar 2:55 I
    10:7.5 a ...n........... Ar...................Ct'hicago (I. C.). Lv ...............
    7::30pm I .:41ain Lv................Namhville (L. & N.)................Ar 10:42 :p t
    12:30 am !:50 anm Ar..................Evansville (L.& N.) ..........L.... 6:35 p 81
    9:15 nut .5:30 puAr...................hi-go (C. & E. I:)............Lv 11-05 am 7.-Of
    No. 4-I)IXIE FLYEU. carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers betwem J
    snilville and St. Louis. niaking direct connections for all point in the West
    Northwest. Through sloping car reservations made to Louisville, Cineimuati
    Chiagno. only rnquiring passengers to step from one ear into another.
    No. 2-)DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, connecting iM,
    through sle lwr Atlanta to St. Louis. and at Nashville with through slepeg
    (hicago.
    All correspon dance promptly answered and K-.eping Car Bertns rciserved. Will be giWt
    meet passengers at depot In Jacksonville or my ofitee, 2 West Bey Street. Drop .ua a IU.A
    W.~Ttrlt IIAwKINS. fien'l Agent Traffic IDepartment, JaIcksnville, Fla.
    .1. 1'. HAII.E, (Gn1-ierail 'as.mNger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
    E. H. HI.xTOx, Traffiic Manager, Savannah, Ga.



    pLANT SYSTEl


    The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
    CONNECTIONS.


    stareu at me. and I knew I had spoKen -
    a foreign tongue to him. because street The Atlantic Comamit Line, via Charleston, Richmond
    vehicles like omunibuses and horse cars .>ott;it' \..'r,;o l of Iit.y llt-l. TO To I E a ndeW ashitngtoi.
    are called road ears and tra cars and The So ithern Railwnay,. via Savannah, Columbia and
    are called road ears and tran ars. and li i.ii. Washiigton.
    there are no other cars In England. h t.
    If you ask a guest at your homIe in Tlie Southern Ry. via .lesup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
    England whether he likes his meat P. C CO U N-T, 'O TIIE W est TI i.ouisville & Nashville via Montgomnery.
    rare, he asks what you said because he ID" k V The Southeltn R y. via Savannah Columbia, Ashville.
    does not understand you. Hie calls l tr AN iT NMOllEM KII. 'T..l Moli& &Ohh t. R. via Moitlgnnery.
    meat unnerdone when it is not thori- b.loi1ri itailvo ,e. ('ol. a Via S.iViuninh ind O.ain Staiiniship ooompany for
    ouglily cooked. If you tell himn youth At..-i ar ih:oh -t., Dayto1, Fla. T'I alln t NewYork, Philade-llohim.andlhotn.
    fear the asparagus is canned. lie Is at -- l (; Vi i SVnnaih niila Me'lmnts and Miners Transpor-
    a loss again. because lie would halinv oE Ta titin-omilupiny for Bualtinton'.
    said it was tinned. To ask hin to pass -
    thl powdered sugar will again seth him AAtIS ltUS ldi pS the ClMi & -TO K EY W EST AND H AVANA
    to wondoTing, for he calls it icing sugar VIDETAL STE
    generally. though he knows that it is Fley's Kidney Cu VIA I'.NI II. and '' IENTA S TEAMII I
    soinet itues called caster or slfted sugar aa Xcida cys and bladder right. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Isind Vit Iloston and ('an-
    And if youi have candy oni tle le tab i:..\l .1 ;inl. l I'alit Steamnislhip Line for HIlifaix. Hawkesbury and C'har-
    you may anot call It so without betray- DYSPEPTICIDE loo tl-,t>o itn.
    ilng your foreign origin. for he calls Tho greatest sd to DIGESTION.
    candy "sweets." al >hreviated from W INTER TOURIST TIK ETS
    ll"s torservets," and uised i tn hesigcrnate s NOTICESill Io. don sll, tltthrlomoit ti h h No rth,,rn. Eot istern. Western and lSouthern States to
    tall ;rsrvs pdoings pis, ndies LlEGAL NOTICES l,,11 risorls via thi Iiit svstoe, tluri e tise asm ln-l limited to
    and Jgio S.ur rhtnI'lit until .1iy :. it. \itlilil r'-1 stol-dov'.r privileges in Florolii.
    Tof ;t further .lri g tihe teccentricithies NOTICE. .A10il'-s 4 aii'is ii the Norli i s.-nt too the uindlerigined will Ihe liberally
    of :i'mlish at dinin l m st ,, 1,, .,, .r t. i, i- li'd iilh Jilnio il rili iiioln ;itl hi;iildsotio oiivertisitg iitatter.
    l i'rsplins know. I suiippol e, thlit the hlio et I, ;ii,,' ,.f "'hi i, -....o t!..r:of.r F-t I i-or iniloriiiit lotii ;i tIo rwites.slho'opintg 'r rii.-'rv tiooi s, Vaetll on. or write to
    is .-illo'o ll o'tt root, ctornstarch Is ce(ori o .o io !,o:ooi I nlil 0i0,\ '. ',, t1 -0. i
    ,is ,ll. lp. root, cornst1r Is co.n.' ,. iV '. .11 iI.VY. lii\ ision ;,Passe ,' g ".gr Ag.ient. 1:1s West iay St-.. -I.a ksonville, Florida
    lloiir cori d' l teef (or a particular cut I,' 1,, l i o ** l : '' '. ." i P 'l',oi _
    of it) iS called "silver sides of beef" an l 'i! it. i,,-',i, 0 ,., *l '-.' i v Iii .... \ I I -:NII.\ AM. i;.ii.ri I ii tiHrinti lt 0oooli~r',, I \.1;1 1o ,11t. ot17 hirhi Tih io
    in lpkins are serviettes.-Julian Italph .i,.' o:i,; -., :1 ,,.i .or-. ,:oktiit-" iy S v;iiii ali. Saivu inunlith. Ga.
    in harper's Magazine. ioloal .o, ,' ':' 1 :o r li ,i- i
    1 i .. M \ ,. o.1 i ,o .Ifii.lr l ii ~,wli A iI. I
    I I>.;, t ,.i.;.. I i:.... \ pill 1;: I','l. : .. i. .t^^\ ^r^^ ^^wi f^ ^^ ^w ^^ ^ ^._ i<. ^^^ i* y s ^


    THERMOMETER TUBES.
    Process of Their Manufacture at
    Jena. In German-y.
    A wnost interesting account is g;ven
    In Tile Idler of the wonderfui state
    alled industry at .iJ-na where g;iiss anid
    inse s are made for scientists. The in-
    dustry hlias ben built up by I'rof-so-or
    A.lhe anid rr. Schlott, and has through-
    out bltetn condlu-ted by scientists whose
    efTorts have inade .Jena famous aimonig
    scientific liien thie world over. One of
    the most picturesque features of Ihe


    OCEAN MOUSE,
    F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
    2 ll ;l I' : I ;


    WHITE'S CREAM J

    OORNIS!vERM IFUCEt

    For 20 Yeas Has Ledi aU WaraU Bedics.i %3 I
    JAMESXF.v ALL xst ia ;W.
    Psesd by-- JAMES F. BALLARD, 9t. LouIU.1
    __* -^ -.^rt-LJ -^'j^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^-* -^''.1 ****'*.'' *.''''--''*-* -'*. ^ **X^


    NI it '.l\l\ i. I toolItlot


    LOW PRICES!


    Jenra glassworks Is the great corridor
    where Itlie thermometer tulbts are
    blown and drawn, says a correspondent.
    W e saw this glass in process of niman- fu I:io lio-,. fullb I,.iillt ................. ill
    ufacttire. .A boy workman cau hlit a .. i ,.Lii--...... ..............
    bit of noolten glass froint lhe furnace on d. i .. .-. .
    the end of a blowpilpe. It was hardly i........ ...
    larger than a walnut, but by twirling
    and blowing iand molding It grew to th ;lroli. \ ii ;i I ni........... ..-- .


    size of an orainge, with the shape of ai
    orange. More glass was then added.
    anil there was more rolling and blow-
    ing, and whlien the proper stage was
    re'aclied the blowplile was passed
    quickly to the brawny master work-
    ui n.
    liet. in his turn. added glass, blowing
    froli tinie to time with cheeks out-
    puffed until it seemed as though they
    muiist burst, and tlien rolling the groat
    ball of glass on his iron kneading board
    until it looked like a huge yellow gourd.
    I'Faster and faster he worked. keeping
    the ball always symmetrical and yet
    white hot. At length he lifted thie
    glowing i mass quickly in the air, and a
    second workman attached the blowpipe
    at the botltomi. Then the two men ran
    in opposite directions, twirling the
    pipes andi blowing lustily from timte to
    time. I'romn a.1 lhick, partly 3H!low
    globe the glass tliindol out quickly as
    tlie Itiin ran apart. until it became a
    dull rted tube not larger than a iman's
    little tin er and oiarly :~ "o ftt loig
    Souint int's in dlriwving tlhse tulitt's oun-
    of tl e Ilow -rsw \\ioolol inot ;lioly rIln tlith
    lia:ihlih otf lih. corridor, bItl ifar outit-i
    on the hill.


    lWagnemr and the Player.
    Vl'tn it;haird \Vagiti-r t\\is conduct-
    or of (lie Royal O 0livi in I risdoltn, lihe
    orcl ,estra of that iiis i!'tiiti, thllo h
    one of the l l-st in l iri- lliliy-. i\:is 1:11
    frooti Iocilig as gomtl ias il is Iow'. il:td
    Wagirtni4r lhi;l :1goo. t'al (of Ttrouble in
    tiolo i i. g it fellow li's izitentions. Sotiie
    yars l'hi'tr.,i-i w al I s living as an
    exi l in Zurich. lie unzdortook to train
    tlihe lo:il orchitstr:a. After a few at.
    tIimptsi, hlit xctt niitii d. "4 t'enlt' en. voll I
    hliv' jr'- giv ni IIn ;i gir't t ih'aitllt-i't:
    p,\i liA\-, [o liyt l r' \ic' tly as badly Is
    I!)( I rI *r<( lrli orchesrlai "
    'I'h t In rih-h lahy'rt-s l 'In '-,wd. 'ird tlhe
    fidil tii tlhey ili ilhi play lnvtll?r tlain
    Ilt- rt.'. :il iiutsiciat s in l)rn sdten so hirid
    thlere znal Ii1t lhthty actually succeeded
    tt dolhitl It.


    Polisbe-d Furniture.
    W t'ii a I'loi;ht d table is stained by a
    hot dish. torne rt-storing process Is to use
    first '\\i.l alcohol and then linseed or


    -- ~ ~ ~ ~ ..... ......joto------- ""
    fill.,o ll-'o 0 -, I .


    i )Vi t,- oo l~ t ti I .lb. r o. ..................2 7


    I fi~-~o1 -l I'jll 2o to .l


    ..ltli I f r Ii.%- I T ~; i0:01:1







    Smith (~Son,


    I
    i II;lli ;l \ < ,. I,, I .


    NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.

    v" )


    Western & Atlantic Railroad.



    "'DIXIE"- FLYER ROUTE"


    NASHII Vi I..I-
    IM is. 'iiII.~


    CHIC 114 AGO


    ( 'o'i'io"',q ,'vwqim.11 ll,,uen I 'doiulcoled 111Ip't s/cci'.'i .Alck-4m~urille to St

    ['111 ifoll fm111 l I k too itf-s. 4 o'olo le, o#t4-. ( foot' Ior s Ni' ;ro-so-rvittion,ii w ritete)
    F. 11 hA lB A N.' .tt lIe's Agn-fit. TO M M. DO YLIE. Flat. Pi'sm. Agpnt,
    Athlltt~l nt I;.1*awksintville, Flat,
    F. Tiffl, N'llngo~. S~livllf. Telf)


    Pan-American


    U AINSh
    DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE


    l:i. to 1.- t' 0O


    Exposition,


    Buffalo, N. Y.


    May i to November I, 1901.


    The Seab)oard


    RE-AD M~E

    6iA1PrTT [W5


    Air1~


    Line


    RailWay

    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.


    Quick Schedules.


    Latest Pullman Fquipment.


    I'oiir flii-r tl r iilriit ion w'hrite too


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