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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: September 7, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE=.


* -~~ .A-'v 7


, IL. No. 13.


Dartonv, florida, Sept. 7. 1901


HOV/s This?


We cannot begin to enumerate
the many articles in our largeatock,
Sbt give a few prices for our
many cash customers. We con-
ider all who pay bills promptly
as cash customers.
Campbell Jams and Soups,
best made: per can............... 10
Pet Bmrnd Cream. large size O
3 cans for.............................
Pt Brand 'reanm, small size 0C
6 cans for......................... A
Magnolio Brand Milk, per J[c
can.......................................


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4.
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4


I 4


Corn and Roast Beef. 1 Ib.
can; 2 cans for....................
Good Luck Baking Powder,
1 lb. cans..............................
Good Luek Baking Powder, 4
half pound cans.......................
Corn Starch, a good artick-le
per package.............................
Baked Beans,. three-pound fl
cans; per can....................... C
Standard Tomatoes. not fl
water, per can...................
Arbuckle's Coffee, at l:i.. 1 fc
or two for.........................
Best New York Cream n
Cheese, per ptound................
Eddy'sStarch. thiree-ioulnd
package........... ...................
Bulk StarhI, six pounds 25c
lor......................................... C
Octagon Soap. seven bars
fo r ........................ ................
We have the largest and lest
stock of groceries and provisions
in the county to 'heome from.
HAY. GRAIN AND FRTIUIKERS.


L T. CONRAD & CO.,


"'hione 'l.1


BEACH STREET. near ORANGE
AVENUE and SO'TH BRIIMIE.


NOT YETSETTLED.
Two weeks ago we stated that the
cae of Maley vs. Melvin, with Godtlin
as claimant, was thrown out of court on
secount of'an error in the proceedings.
Attorney C. H. Sipencer iniornis that
we were wrong. lie states that lie
"MWd a motion in arrest of judgment for
dismissal of attachmolt proceedings.
which the court sustained on the ground
that after default the defendant was en-
titled solely to contest damages; second
ground-that claimant pretending to
interpose claim against property in his
own poweesion by replevin could not inu
terpoe claim against goods in his w1In
hands rekolevined out of attaching otil-
ser's pooilstlion, and that claimant %n at
consequently not in court for any pur-
pose whatsoever; so that under the cir-
cumsntances the court had no juritdict itian
to entertain a motion to dlisnTisn ,titah-
ment lnroledings aat tihe initane of
either claimant or defendant. l'urtli hr
ground was that the attaihlnit'ut iit
wa!, brought t to iifafr. inl ready due as well us to becotni dut with-
in nine nionths franii thin institution iof
the suit. and so far ;i s ctincllteriil thIe
actually due indelbtetln'. s the (-rigilal
affidavit for attichlnieIit wais si ittii.nt
in law. As eagrirned tlw indlelttelin.ess
to grow due witliin niit, miitlnths It,.
original affidavit of Winldeltdl- i1
formally and ril-ltantially. t lihiuigh \viilI
no technical exnatitud-'.statId t It. t-l .-il
grounds under the sl;tlitt- ti -i -t.iain
suth an attachment. and that plaintiff
having tendered the court an iliiit-nledl
affidavit and an auiamteled l(ilnd illn t- iit
conformity to thit niullir'lielints of tile
statute authorizing ittach.iiintii t ien-
fortn debts actually due an;d to I irl4 \
due in nine months from tlt in.-itilit iln
ofsuit;lthe court itrniittcd lIaiiiiil to
l Ile such ammendld tattidavit lnid linand
and declaration none pro tiU; helild that
claimant had a right tio dis.iiii-- his owniI
procedings ibut not tili attachiiiintt ln -
eeedings. and that plaintiff et. ;llw.edl to
prove damage' and final judg meiiit was
ratered for $70 and $Ul.6til cot i's in ai\Ior
of plaintiff against ldefendait."
The goods attached \ teiv takli 1'%y lh'i-
Uty Sheriff ittitgliigr WVe-sla. I1 1'4re
immedately re>pleivinzied liy Mr. 4uhil iln.
who furnished lionl.
The cawe e*nis to lee a hltnir \\av'. froni
bemg settle. ;il i) id .iliie-% k- will tp ol -
iably ela'mp llrfoe, ii i, o4ff thli l.iirt
docket.


I (li\ MI'ril THl .ATF.r:\1l.
C. l'ng-r. 21\2 Mapil. St.. Chaillitlin.
t., write-: I was tr outleid within a
hekming cough for a year and I thought
1 had ctVnsusiiitiilln. I tried a great
itiy medies iand was under the can-
of1 phyviaians for sieveral mnoadti. I uned
:'O bottle of Foley s IloMt" and Tar.
kecured me and I have not been troubled
"hrl." Dr. J. M. Jouex.


SOE SEAMEEZE SALMAGUNDI.

Mrs. W. H. Heath rode into town from
Holly Hill calling on friends on Wednes-
day.


Mr. Thompson has been repairing
doors, desks, etc., in the school building
this week.
Mrs. F. A. Mann has moved into the
White House. Mr. Mann and his mother
may join her later.
Dame rumor has it that Mr. Mann will
not come to Seabreeze to establish a
newspaper as formerly intended.
Chas. Hilliard, the popular insurance
man of Palatka, is at Seabreew again.
The Breakers is generally his objective
point.
Rob. Klutz has been engaged the past
week making extensive repairs to the
dwelling of Mrs. Bernard on Ocean
Boulevard.
A nice cottage is Iwing erected near the
South Bridge for which Mr. Hainey andl
"Manud'" have lteni hauling palmetto
posts this week.
Siurf (rest is doing a thriving business.
A party of g ent lemen from I'alatka are
the latest arrivals, they conme for the
Nleptemlber fishing.
If Vyou wish to sew a curiosity go to
Morrisions and take a look at the horned
toads revntly sent to J. M. Fuquay by
his son Bert from New Mexico.
L.. A. Hlerlert. a prominent orange
grover of ('resent City. has rented a cot-
tage on tlhe beach for September and will
arrive on Friday with his family.
Mrs. C. M. BIinghain spent Thursday
at the Seaside Inn. She is a true friend
to the beach and has proved it to be a
beneficial tchangwe even for lihone folks.
Thursday the tide iwas higher than it
has t.leni for years. It iallie clear up to
tle tanks in front of tthe Clarendon
which indivat *s stormy weather at sea.
M. .1. Murphy, of 'alaitia l. lias pur-
iii.d a tille building loit of 4'. 4'. Post oni
ilavani lBoulevard just west of E. E.
Starks.% s hiildsoniie resident-'. Mr. Mur-
llhy will not uiiild right awiay.
Itanker 's'. It. Merrill and Clias. BIurt
were amiongst tlie visitors to slesnd La-
lior Bay at .Sasidea Inn and take a dip
in tihe' Irina'y. They found tit chliange
fro.n Palatka heat quito* noticeable.
Miss liattie Manle'y. tht l popular young
lady from Montiiello. is still at Clawn-
don inn. 1Her father. ('apt. D. It. Manley.
has returned tlhome with Mrs. Manley
after a pleasant summer at Seabnreze.
John ('ranor drove over front DeLanud
taking Miss Laura Fish black with him
Miss Fish spent a most enjoyable week
at Seaside Inn and charmed everyone
' ith her bright and vivacious presence.
Mrs. C. W. Arnold is slowly improving
from a severe and tedious spell of chills
and fever. She will go North for a
change as soon as she ean t ravel safely.
Rev. Arnal t lontelnlplates a California
trip.
Miss I.lai 'Parke.r. ,of IHolly Hill will
iolllimele her' dti'S Is s oilne of the mail-
ing clerks in l'retedom department of the
Whilinn's Iliuli-shintg House (in Monday
in plr tiring.
Builder I. E. Johinsoiin. of Seialreeze, is
doiili se ie large tigUiringi these days and
ilillii sit h I is to ll h largerI lhuildings
ill te the ll' filil'. e lie lias oliwvn hiin-
.,lf a 'apail. aild o. iisrientious 4i.4 i-
t rttt tr
Illtii' \\'il.-ion lit .' ai ".l;ia'k of all
tr h'--. Il- liaib s ist Ii lihlahed a job of if
|i.iiiilii aii< tslno\\ to I"' se, nail- nald usin t li s\ on ilt lie new
ithr i':1r si- kil 'lm ll as ;in\ 111:111 on li ti
eli 0il r11", aill riiilit Harry'
lDr. II.. I I', ,oi'rs, of lt- yp i.. mniade
; tl inlr triil to S'alhiaz. and his old
friend. \1 Sinoiw. lHe stopped at
S.!-a sid Inn niil 4-was loath to take tlhe
.:30 train in th,- miiorniing. He will
spiak a good word for ouri hoitini' report.
Mrs. lHoracei'' Stwart 'iiltErtained Mrs.
i1. 1. Wall. ilizallth and Mason to a
earlah diliner ion Thiirilday iinot foirgettiing
tilt aiilS -.1i h,-'i i g i''a.,Iii latlh. The
kidl't.s lihouglit thiey \E'i' gting I to Eu-
roape. There is iinothinig like the lh'ach
forl thet lit lh Oiil's.


.1. I.. dulitn was nearly overcnlii' dur-
inig thI thuli ertorm of Tuesday. lie
rIade to tie itea<'c'h and I i conling tover-fa-
tigut-d as thlnatcllted within a rhpse of
his i.-Nwiit illnh-ss. Fri'endls did all in their
lmet-r I assist liil aild during a lull
in tlih stAl'ili It r'odeb liE1i4.
IMr. 'iisiiiiian. Sukperintendenit ai the
Ilill Pl' iltilg to..at Giaii',s\ville. has lte'n
sp. al.iiadih '' .al dia s. I li te 'l lila don
liit w ilthi his ihiir'liiiing %if. %I atnd
Mr'.. i.hiiinaiilii4 tot lhis burg a few
d;ait. a ti0 ll nsi'id thle.ir holeitfymolton.
I'Thiy n tiirii tlo I.aiinis\ ilk' to-day.


f l\ inu to r.iiii .'ee'ral afternoons this
wek iork hliadto be suspended on the
ne w that iv. Thle large and etticient
forti'e of muin which Mr. Gove has em-
ph,'ed. ttogetl-tr 'with Hlenry Strother
as oiv'er tr. a. however g tting along
nitly ith the work and the building
will s o ,in Ihave y assumeiud definite shaple.


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL


John Gardner and so. were up from
Ponee Park Monday.


Robt. Lindberg spent two days of this Rumor hs it that the Bn akers-By-tbe-
week at Ponce Park. Sea is to have 100 rooms added.
Poetoffice Inspector Peer was in town WiMr. J. A. Douglass has just re-
several days this week. ceived a handsome line of fall hate.
J. E. Rush will make special prices G. F. Shears returned to Daytona from
until Thursday, the 12th inst. his trip Friday evening of last week.


Attorney Bly and family, of DeLand,
are spending a few days on the beach.
G. A. Nyland, our coming architect,
has returned from a few days visit to
Sanford.
J. 8. Garthwaite, one of our valued
Ormond subscribers, favored us with a
very pleasant call yesterday.
WtLosTr-Beaded bag containing gold
glasses and silver thimble; reward. MRs.
EvA BrxTO Orange avenue.
A number of people connected with the
Baptist church held a fish fry Thursday
afternoon in honor of Rev. Andrews.
r North Tuesday. He expects to visit the
Pan-American and afterwards visit
among friet.ds and relatives In Conuecti-
cutt and Rhode Island.
Saturday night a party of six took a
moon-light cruise down the river on the
launch Silver King. Hot roasted pea-
nuts was the entertainment, and a very
pleasant trip full of laughter is reported.
Leon Despland will shortly commence
the erection of a dock at the foot of Mag-
nolit street. It will be a little nicer than
anything of like nature along the front.
The entire dIock will be covered by a
roof.
E. N. Waldron writes us a note as
follows: "'Stop my ad. I have sold all
my nursery stock as a result of it. and
can supply no more. This demonstrates
that your journal is a good advertising
iediumn."
Mrs. Wilkinsoi and sister held a mem-i-
orial service ait the residence of E. N.
Waldron Tuesday for their brother.
Judson N. Cross, at the same hour of the
funeral in Minneapolis. Rev. Bingham
'otliciated at the services.


M. H. Zuber has move from the Mag-
nolia House to his farm on west Second
avenue.
Fred Haven has moved his blacksmith
shop from Second Avenue to the foot of
the North bridge.
L. Horne and wife and Mrs. E. C. Ed-
wards. of Ocala, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Dillingham.
The report of the census bureau shows
that the death rate in Florida is but
12-26 to the thousand.
The Sir Knights of Oriental Command-
cry Knights Templar have received their
regalia, which is very beautiful.
A farewell party was given in honor ofl
Rev. Andrews at the home of Chas. Win-
ningham, in Kingston, Tuesday evening.
Harry Burns, the Florida passenger
agent of the G. 8. &. F. Ry., was in the
city Monday in the interest of his line
Monday was Labor Day but was not
observed to our knowledge by anyone
in these d'ggin's except the Merchants
Bank.
Mrs. Schmidt and son, August, returned
Tuesday from a month's visit at Ruther-
furdton, N. C., and report a very enjoy-
able outing.
Tilman White, who is in charge of
Mansfield's dredge, went to Jacksonville
on business last Saturday morning, re-
turning Sunday evening.
Wm. A. Bea Der has a fine rattlesnake
skin which measures six feet in length
and has thirteen rattles and a button.
The snake was killed near DeLand.
George Wray expects to leave shortly
for a trip to New York. A sister and
three brothers from Canada will meet
him them and enjoy a mutual visit.


Goodall has been made a money order
postoffice.
g4J.mt received a line of beautiful fall
hate. Mrs. J. A. Douglass.
' The Hotel Despland will be completed
about the first of November.
Thomas Willett returned to his home
in Maitland Wednesday after an extended
visit in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thomas and
daughter are at present the guests of
friends and relatives in Milwaukee, Wis.
Mrs. E. H. Purdy and Miss Purdy
sailed from Jacksonville for New York
on the Apache yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Niver and little son
returned Wednesday afternoon from their
outing among the mountains of North
Carolina.
John Messing has resigned his position
as yard foreman with the Bond & Road
Lumber Co and will embahllh the fish
bu iness with Forest & iw."
Wini. Atwood left the first of the week
for New York on a three week's business
trip. Dr. H. D. Brown is in charge of
his drug store during his absence.
The evening and morning trains have
changed time. The morning train now
passes through Daytona at 5:29 and the
evening train is scheduled at 8:30.
G(eo. L. Wats(,n went to DeLand for a
few day's stay Wednesday. During Mr.
Watson's eighteen-years residence in this
vicinity he has never before been in De-
Land.
R. F. Trowell returned Friday evening
of last week from Umatilla, where he
went to see his daughter who has been
ill. The sick patient is now much im-
proved.
Fred Stone, who for a long time past
has beei connected with Lindberg's
bakery, has resigned to accept a position
as yard fortmnian for the Bond & Bond
Lumber ('o.
Joe Moore. a colored lad, was arrested
last Saturday as an accessory to Robt.
Mitchel in snatching a pocketbook from
*i lli" tBi. .. ho.iff Tu..or t m.k


-,ss- a 1ut er. erri 1 urner rooi
Our August was cooler than our July. C. W. Morse, who recently conducted a 11'i I1LnY. M en'.
The mean tenpleratur' for July was re- harness shop here, has returned to tlne
ported S2. while that for August is 1. State from Paragould, Ark..and is in the M.. nd Mrs. F. T. PIeck left here for
And yet t1w dread of hot summer drives employ of J. A. Erickson at DeLand. New York 'Tuesday. They sailed from
many away to the regions of higher Frederick D. Goode, of New York. was Jacksonville Friday on the Apache. The
te.nlierature and danger at the North. in the city several days this week, stop- Apache was to have sailed Thursday but
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hoagland. of Mt. ping at Schmidt's Villa. Mr. Goode is in- was delayed a day on this trip.
Zion. leave next week for New York. and tered in copper minest Ki simmee. A quantity of shell is being put out by
will also visit their old home in New Charle" E. Gardiner returned last Fri- the dredge for the use of citizens in re-
Jersey, and the Pan-Anierican. Afte day from a month's trip to Buffalo, pairing sidewalks. Mr. White, who is in
stopping in Chicago they go to Denve4 Cleveland and Toronto, Canada. He re- charge of the dredge, informs us that the
Col., where they will remain with theii ports a very pleasant and instructive shell is of good quality and he is pre-
son, who will then be in college there, trip. pared to take care of all orders that may
studying dental surgery. N. Smith, formerly a partner o D. come along.
A severe hail storm struck the village F. Morrison, has returned to Daytona.1 We are reliably informed that Bond &
of Tomoka Thursday of last week, Mr. He has been visiting in Georgia during Bond Lumber Co.. have closed a deal for
Bennett and other farmers report that the summer. He says there is no place 25.000 acres of valuable timber land be-
the hail stones were as large as hen's like Daytona. tween Neoga and Glenwood, and that
eggs. The damage done to late crops J. L. Colee, one of the proprietors of they will throw a fifteen-mile spur to tap
was considerable., and the stock suffered the St. Augustine Transfler Company, this timber. This newly acquired body
some. This is the second destructive was in the city Friday of last week. Mr. of timber land assures them of a thirty
hail storm that has swept over the Mr. Colee owns some property near here years' run.


northern part of the county this season.
hOrmiond is to have a new grocery es-
tablishnent. Frank R. Blount, the old
reliable book-keeper and head clerk for
W. t. lDePass and for years with Wm.ill.
Watson, will open a stoei in the Garth-
waite bhl4k. Mr. Blount is one of Or-
mond's best citizens, and has a reputa-
tion and character not acquired by every
mai. \\'We wish hini sOuccess in its full
sense.
One oif tour' tpownslpeople recently at-
tempted ito kill a ct. le prepared some
chloroformii and a box. and then pro-
teeded to ratch the vat. Hle was a very
t'onsc'i'l-ntioiis ian anlid anted to get
the' animal out of theI worldl without
causing it ayit pain. But alas,! for cat
and man both. .Just as kittie wasfirmly
grailited bl tlie four legs and placed in
the boix shelturned and hiewed the mian's
thumb. The result was that he chocked
the cat to death and saved the chloro-
form. Ile now goes around with his
thumb tied up.
The haunch Silver King. Captain E. A.
Lindilerg. with a party of twelve left
Daytona Wednesday for a real old fash-
Slit'ed lpitlic. 'tion.e Park was reached
for dint- after making coffee in a copper
kettle handed down bvl the third and
fourth generations. all partook of such
mea ival that uillon leaving the table the
table thle "'Senior'" suggested: "Even the
children of Isreal had burdens of their
own." At thniei' t,',lk the ladies took
charge of thet l.iiitih, isig it as a bath
rooln. while th e mel-pltor fetllo s-took
refuge inli a olt hliu,4se w l'hic iosquiit-
toes were holding a convention. Naver-
theless. soon the party' in Inadian tile over
thle half-mileh bicycle plath fo;iui shelter
from a passing showtl-.r i''y sliding in the
c'ili. Thi, pila'ty r i't taelil.t'ed Sanford.
Oliontud,. Daivtni and D.iyton. Ohio.
None of ti' tvIwelve. will tell if they
reiachedl honiite l.' iia day o)r 1lnot; but
each testifies that l-ie Silver King is ai
tine launch for smlnlil p.irties. it being
sl6ee ly and s.i'c


LaUMcK for Salo at a Bardgaim.

30 foot. gnl ..- ei closed., iapthia lunch
Orville. Seven foot leam. six-horse en-
gine. built by Utas Engine & Power Co..


and was down looking after it.
The Daytona Traction Company have
closed their business until about the first
of November. Between now and then
they will repaint and overhaul the auto-
mobiles and get them in tip-top shape
for the winter business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cairns, who have
beed visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs
for some time, returned to DeLand this
week. Mr. Cairns and his son have a
saw-mill and novelty works at DeLand.
This is their first visit to Daytona and
they are delighted with our city.
Rev. Andrews left Thursday to take a
course in a theological school in Tennes-
see. Mr. Connell, of DeLand. will till the
Baptist pulpit during September. Rev.
Andrews has made many friends during
his short stay here who regret his de-
parture, but wish him success in his
studies.
The many friends of Mrs. L. Moreton
Murray were pained to hear of her sud-
den death which occurred at Marietta,
Georgia, Thursday, August 29th. The
funeral services were held at Marietta,
Rev. M. Shaw. of Atlanta, officiating.-
The remains were sent to Oswega, N. Y.,
for interment.

Vet Cave arrived at Charlotte. N. C.
Friday of last week, and is much pleased
with that city. He says the city is very
modern, having paved streets. electric
cars. and all up-to-date conveniences.
He is thinking seriously of putting in a
cigar factory there and making the place
his future home. Here's success to him.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Read. who have
been stopping at Schmidt's Villa for the
past six weeks, returned to their home at
Crescent City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs
Read were very popular and made many
friends during their stay here. Landlord


The subscription list of the GAZETTE-
NFws is steadily increasing, eight new
names having been added to it during
the last week. We expect to still further
improfive the appearance of the paper
shortly by decorating it with a beautiful
engraved heading. showing in the back-
ground soilme tof the many pretty views
a tulld Daytona.
W. I. E.dmondsn will soon sever his
conne4 ttiion wil ith Morrison's grocery,
mninch to the regret )of his many friends.
Mr. Ednmoiidson has had years of expe-
riente' ill the gr nmery business and known
the detailN from start to finish. He has
been with Mr. Morrison ever since the
latter engagd i in llIness here. and for
years he was %% ith J. E. Longe.
Roy IP. IBarker wa.s over to l)-Land
most (of last week visiting with friends.
He left yesterday morning for Palatka
and Maitland. At the latter place he
will be the guest of Thomas Willett. who
has Ieen spending the past few months
in Daytona and Snabreeze. Mi. Barker
will also talk cash-registers to the mer
chants in both these cities.
The unexpected has happened. John
Van Volkenblerg. the poet and enter-
tainer lhwally famioused. has had his au-
burn hawks amputated. The same day
John came out decked in a new suit of
clothes from sticks to neektie. and his
friends could no lE t r i eoniz'e hiin at first
glane'. .ohlin is kl5ept busy nowdays
looking after letter's ducks and has no
tite toi repeat his rhymines.
We learn of the "',ent death of Mrs.
Emma Murilock. at Minneapolis. Minn..
at the age of 91 years-who visited this
place s(ime y-ars :azo. and be-com ning in-
teretted in the Congr.egational society,
w-: .I -iil worshipping in the school-
hoi-' ir.;e '(tliH as a start for the pres-


.h.hmidt says that Mr. Reed is a treat ent hIuilding. and afterwards presented
ladies' man, and the lady guests ;aro all. them with the small organ long uned in
mourning over his departure. the church a Mia Sunlay school.
The work on the new bridge is being What a differ'ene a few days may
delayed owing to the non-arrival of luw- make in a man' happiness. Last week
ber promised. and the company isn nak- Barber MNilh was as happy as a 4-year-
ing all progress possible under the cir. o ld boy with a new wheelbarrow, over
cumstances. Fishing stands are being, the arrival of that laby. Now his hap-
provided at numerous places by extend- pines.s' ha.s turned to, remorse. Mills had
ing flooring a distance of two or three a wheel which he u.-d at a means of con-


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Has a Select Stock of......


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES.


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours. Sunday, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

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-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-

Is located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dir-
ection and no finer location can be found in this vicinity. During the summer the
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the rooms ane
single or enusuite. A new dining room has bevua built on the south side giving a
sunny espovsure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
been enlarged. Haths and lavatories have been added and everything done for the
rcomiort and convenience of guests. The hall in one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef and it is the especial aim of the management to
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house is three blocks nerth of the de-
loot. and convenient to the Post Office. Churches, c-hools,ete. and is within a mi'e
4)f the osean with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or autoing. Rates
#2.-50 p r day. $10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.

Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.



T1HE BREAKERS BY-TtASaEA


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cu ..%g 0mb pa Tow. inAdvmeos


Embad ut im jPmmf at Dailsa. Flddta. a


Satfduy, Sept-. 7.


to Law Ow Aow. *t

iALook out forGeo. H. Clark'8 school
mpplim huh from New York.
lorrimsom a some of the first oranges
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f the season w Oa&e -"
sb the very ononable. SELF FLAME OF JEWELS.
Geo. A. Brown is daily shipping pine- Tie tlew the D-m*ft& Sh*ow Wha
appen from the Smith pinery. Yester- Ceer Pr.esa"e.
day tea crates we hipped. A traveler for a diamond house was
H. rown the leading banker talking shop the other evening and.
W.H. Brown, the leaditylooking of speaking of gems, said:
Auusta, Ka is in the ity looking "The most overworked expression
water lather's property on Ridgewood.; used by the unsophisticated and deeply
JM W. Fudgwt, the popular travelingA impressed diamond purchaser is, 'It
, rho mabls his home at DeLand, actually looks as If It glows of Itself.'
h Now. It is not generally known that
w ia the City yesterdayy calling on hi such is actually the case. although not.
tade. of course. in the way the public toIn
M lao. vile of the station agent tends. The beauty of the gem in light
a Ft. pho, returned home yesterday Is. of course. In its remarkable refract.
S a iamat eit with te d family lye power, but under certain conditions
ter a Paant viit with the family p the diamond has more. for It may
d fteiH..mark. gleam even In the night with a pale
Dr. W. Diggett and E. I.. Diggett, but extremely beautiful light. In
who have "heb spending the greater part abort. It becomes phosphorescent.
o ti e *mmer hee. left Monday for Heated to a certain temperature the
... internal fire shows itself, and under


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Tom Clafln was 16 years old when
his family moved from Chicago to San
Diego. Cal. His father, a consumptive.
was no longer able to work. His moth-
er, a tiny, cheerful, busy woman, with
three small children besides Tom, had
her hands full with nursing her hus-
band, making, mending, cooking and
caring for the family. They Lad been
in their new home for three months,
living away their small capital and
with no prospect of earning a dollar.
The boom was over. The town was
overrun with easterners, men and wo-
men In frail health, willing to work for
* small pay at anything that would yield
them sustenance. And so Tom. the
hope of his courageous little mother,
had tried everything and failed to get
work.


Como, a- Btaft. pressure the same Is true. Via
e. pressure the same 1is true to t It was then that he hit upco the idea
L MosetoeMarray and daughter. Miss "Some years ago I went to Amster of becoming a fisherman. For a week
O( r.Murray,arrivedinDaytona Thurs- dam to purchase some special stones before he broached the subject at home
fand e making their headquarters for a California millionaire who bad be had patrolled the shore from Point
*ay nmit ordered them through our New York Loma to theCoronado the s ch Inore fromsePoinarch
at theTroy Home. house. and while there I was shown Loma to the Coron ado beach In search
d Master Osil Adams, who has been vi- the Inside workings of the famous dia- scores of small craft that could be
isk with Mr.and Mrs. Godwin for the mond cutting establishments of that bought at all there was but one within
twmonths, returned to hi home city. Of all that I saw however, the his means. A leaky lugger, with fray-
prt twomooathsto telf eame' of the atones under prs ed old sails and an impossible Spanish
laltarke last Sunday. sure most surprised me. The manager name. stinking of ish and with a dirty
eft this placed a large rose cut gem between black hull. lay moored of the Portu-
W. Moore t this morning the jaws of a vise pud carefully ap- guese village on the n north shore of the
Sr the North. He will first go to St. plied a certain amount of pressure. He try. ang thithher day after day ioor
Lonia to make his faUh purcha and then extinguished all the light tn the Tom trudged, big with his secret.
tho will visit the Pan-American, shop, and as soon as my eyes had te- One Saturday night he startled the
come accustomed to the darkness I family with:
The excursion to Palatka yesterday caw the diamond emitting a soft radi- "Well. people. I'm a sea captain at
dew a goodly crowd of both white and ance of Its own like a very pale glow. last, and no joke. Mother. behold your
eoloked people fom Daytona. About worm. As I remember It. be said that son. Captain Thomas Claflin of the
175 ti*esBwere soldat the station. the yellower diamonds were slightly good ship Little Mother."
more phosphorescent than the first The little woman's blue eyes were
Miss Verne Manley returned yesterday i water stones. filled with tears when her boy showed
roma& visit to her father at Highlands, i "By the way. you would be really as them the bill of sale to the t':Te N. C., and will resume her duties as etr- tonshbed to know the number of Jew*-Is he had bought a cssel for 12.50, a nd
t' tal qgtor at the telephone station, which also possess 'self flame' to a thus, like a true blue Chicag'un. risked
more or less extent, and I have often his all in the only business venture in
Te transfer of the D. DI). Rogers prol wondered if the alchemists who per- sight.
rty oa the peninsula to Thoi. Keating formed such apparently well authenti- .. named her for you. mother. andi
wus ue Monday. Mr. Keaiing will coated wonders in the middle ages dd you must christen her and take a sail
Mnewy. wr. onnot know something of phospbores- in her tomorrow."
40= aycommene work on the ia- ene and its oddities."-New Orleans With a basket of luncheon and a pail
fadmpier. Times-Democrat and shovel for clams the C'ladfin fam-
S .Aa of New York. has peented ily, with Tom proudly leading the way,
S g RLr. ah Cw ubrlkw. ith nine What the EBy Tells. went down to the beach in the morn-
go S Rive r Yacht Club wi nine Eyes are very treacherous, and those ing. Sure enough. there lay the Little
v tabail steel yacht engravings" who meddle in amorous matters should Mother, swinging gracefully at her
M. being framed and plad! in know all about them. moorings, no longer dingy and black.
So db house. When the upper lid covers half or but radiant in a coat of fresb white
I more of the pupil, the indication is of paint, her sails mended and sljilsl:hape,
Ms. Vaadagriff arrived yesterday ini cool deliberation. An eye the upper the stars and stripes flutterimg front
Dl nd with household goods and will lid of which passes horizontally across her peak, and her name in bold blue let-
Sow opea the Magnolia House to the the pupil Indicates metal ability. U n-: ters across her bows. Tom's little
auble. Her daughter and Miss Daisy steady eyes, rapidly Jerking from side brother and sisters danced with de-
Ho gs meam over with her. to side. are frequently indicative of an light, new light came into his father's
unsettled mind. It is said that the eyes, and as for "little another," the
g0 Gei bare of Octagon hoap for 25 prevailing color of eyes among the pa- patron saint of that first voyage. she
e at Coarad's. tients of lunatic asylums are brown laughed and cried by turns as she sat
and black. Eyes of any color with in the stern of the boat and watched
P. L. Beston, of Palatka, has accepted weak brows and long. concave lashes Tom, the captain, and little Charley.
the position of station masit at the are Indicative of a weak constitution, the "tirst mate," both bubbling over
laytoasntatioa. Mr. Heston has been Eyes that are wide apart are said to with excitement and nautical terms,
a duty bere belose and is quite well indicate great Intelligence and a tena- tugging at ropes, running about like
aows to most Daytona people. clous memory. Eyes of which the regular Jack tars and making all ready
whole iris is visible belong to erratic "to put to sea." as Tom said.
Chlaslm(~ai a, of color, was arrested persons, even with a tendency toward As the boat. driven by a cool sou'-
lThiaurey rteali aa watch from the "sanity. Wide open, staring eyes in east breeze, stood out across the bay
hom C.A. Loa. He had hearing weak countenances Indicate Jealousy, for the Loma lighthouse Tom showed
W am s H ra had wang bigotry, Intolerance and pertinacity them all the new handpump he had
he Jusdae Wlinms Friday and ws without firmness. rigged Into his little "ship." lie explain-
homu over to the criminal court. ed the centerboard, pointed out the
W1ool books, latest, pencils, tab- Starstly Apprprelate. Imaginary beauties and qualities of the
1 mpoddo books, spelling pad, One of the pretty Sunday arbool Little Mother, boasted of what be
apa teachers has a class of little girls, and meant to accomplish as a professional
esqa laBdl kinds, in fact everything it is her custom to tell them each Sun- fisherman and made everybody so hap-
she r tMhe school will be found at day of some little Incident that has py that it seemed no time at all till the
Oak'le elwery Store, ready for the boys happened in the week and request the sun was dipping Into the sea and the
| em hbt. children to quote a verse of Scripture first cruise of the Little Mother was
to Illustrate the story. In this way over.
S tuimpbrilshaaof late been missing she hopes to impress the usefulness And the boy made good money with
Sau waref very fine blooded chir-kens- of Biblical knowledge upon the little his modest venture. Hlie would rise with
M iniy he wove out a search warranty ones. Last Sunday she told her class the sun each morning and with his din-
or pgtil he sfpected of knowing of a cruel boy who would catch cats ner pail and coarse tackle make for the
About their dimappearano and cut 4beir tails off. boat that had become to him both
Sonso trace of the chickens. "Now, can any little girl tell me of sweetheart and provider. His greatest
an appropriate verse?" she asked, difficulty was his need of an assistant.
M O.A. Foye and daughters. Miss There was a pause for a few moments, and many were the barracoua and
SIaMhl- m. C.HK. Crenshaw, ga.' a when one little girl arose and In a sol- giant jewfish that escaped him in his
%I a br rof ladyfriends at i t ,h emn. voice said: lonely all day cruises up and down
It os i i'n1 ohe v b rieh. Among the "Whatsoever God has joined together that matchless summer sea. Somie-
o ,r sW ts oa*b bhebach. Among th let no man put asunder."-Crrtoage times he would induce some lazy wharf
WOOr D wees Mm. Catheart. of Jackson- Press. 'dler to acuomlauny him; someti.it 4 old
S Ma. L. H. White and daughter. I Pedro. the retired Portuguese from
UK, Mms. A. Bea ett and son. Clarence. Tel uHlm. whom lie had bought the boat, would
MiNN AheIrombie, Mrs.C. M. Vandewater An old Scottish farmer, being elected hall him as lie stood out to sea and help
|an"M E. w. Fiterald. A picni, d in- a member of the local school board, him with the work. Sometimes, when
w as I aviw.sited the school and tested the Intel- the sea was like a floor of gleaming
nor wme mvedlandtheday was very en- ligence of the class by his question onyx. his father would sit in the stern
jo ly -spet. I The Orst Inquiry was: sheets, and little Charley would "manu
"Noo. boys. can ony o' you tell me the jib" or troll a line for small fish,
P" ythwCapbell jams andl soups what naething is?" but alone or with a crew Tow never
at Omuad'a; only 10r per can. After a moment's silence a small boy I failed to bring home at night enough
T in a back seat arose and replied: fish so that his earnings at the end of
S le voti* contath beifg conducted by "It's what ye gi'e me t'other day for the week were almost enough to pay
th Tim-UUnion and Citisaen closes to- haudin yer bourse!"-London Answers. the running expenses of the frugal lit-
day. Yaestday's paper announttd Ihert tie family.
Sthe popular superintendent of Vo.- Aev Suplelesa. It was in the end of August that the
Seousty, to be in the lead by about On being Informed that a member of Monterey. the monster coast defense
00 votes, and E. O. Painter, publisher his race had beeD sentenced to the pen- monitor, returned from her tirst cruise.
e l-an Agicult tto he ahead b itenttiary for forgery. Brother Dickey i She had been in South American wa-
S a magIf388 votm The result of the exclaimed: "Dat's what comes er dis tcrs for four months, and the crew got
ets wi be moned Sund d d yer eddlcation. Thank de good Lawd its first shore leave on American soil at
I, s towl be hopd "at ousinday. au d i never could read or write, en. what's 8an Diego. The big war vessel was
S **to be hoped that Voluia county will mo.' 1 never wllil-Atlanta Uonstitu- thrown open to visitors one Sunday
' eany oE botth priss. i tion. ; morning, and all that day Tom Claflin


In Abyssinia the coffee plant grows'
**v- T O be ra Iv w mia Star : wild in great profusion and derives its
Of AprilstL. 1901. name from Kaffa, a district of that
country.
"*&We ivAebted to Mr. Georg,. Clhwe
t t Mr. < w e Chas. R eplohgie. of Atwater. Ohio.. was
rW 0 aest cabbage and lettuce we; unable to work on a eount of Kidney
%f .wr ma grown in Florida. Mr. trouble. After tiusing Foley's Kidney Cure
omisI asma of Gne judgment, and one four dayshe was cured. Dr. .. M. Jones.
Cf VWM stat cems!ul truckem in tle:
of *3 amst a trucks trukrin tre F. ti. Liid.lhaerg. proprietor of the
Rgenerousdale." li intase t large" pumvh~n
Imt. iabheis prospero.' Mr. Cke i of poultry fro,, J. S. Hoagland, of Mt.
"M AIt is eed from the Old Reliable Zion.
IN- -. T I I


carried sightseers from the Santa Fe
pier to the Monterey. Good seamtan
that he was, he was fascinated with
the dazzling spotlessuess of the mon-
itor, and every night while she lay 1,


tear over the wreck of the Little
Mother.
"Why did you wreck your boat,
Tom?" asked his mother that day
while the story of her boy's heroism
made him the talk of the town.
"Well, mammy." he said. "I was
afraid the Mexican'd get away to sea.
I wanted him. you know, but what 1
wanted most was that $200 reward. 1
can buy a new boat for half the mon-
ey."-Chicago Record-Herald.


Sicily a Natural Garde.
The natural fertility of Sicily Is In-
deed remarkable. Without the use of
fertilizers three different growths-
olives, vines and wheat-flourish In
close proximulty, writes a correspondent
In the New York Post Great sections
already artificially watered are among
the garden spots of the world. The
"Piano del Cappucinnl" at Trapanl. on
the western shore, the far famed
"Conca I'Oro," near Palermo and the
eastern coast north of Catania are sec-
ons which surpass in fertility the fa-
vored valleys of Tuscany. Already
10.000,(<00 orange tre',.-. ,tor two-thirds
of the total number grown In Italy,
flourish on the Island. while cotton and
linseed, the almond, the olive, the
carob and the mandarin are extensively
raised.
A Litprar7 Treat.
The Bookman recently published a
selection from letters received by a
large publishing firm in New York from
would be authors in various parts of
the country. Here is a gem:
Dear Sirs-Wont you please let rr Lknow hy
you kept my MS.S so ]rng and now return it?
Please don't take me for a freak, 1 t a honest
young man who trys to fight the battle of life
senseable. This I only mention as a part history
of my life. If you accept, pay me a Mug um M
now and remainder )yars royalty. They go to
I work and announce is the Patent Sheet and Asso-
ciated PreM Papers that you paid me $1U0,0U0.O(
for the M1%S. This they will take up as a new I
I item. I will keep all this strictly secret and so
can you. Iave a shurt history of my life with s
large Icture of -. Under my picture have the
words. "*The handsome lung Hooeier Author who
Made himself famous and received $1UO.OOO.00 for
"A Few Strokes of his Pen." Hoping at Iast tj
bear from you again, I remain for butane.s. in
cerei -.


"SAN MAT" The"Nation's

"SANM Best Cigar.


Jis .. ..
J1. C. PHra apooul~


jL I VENG OF THE WIND.
I. 1Wlvim& MOM to blow;
"1me. -d they, "t@ try
m orth or mauth or mot or wt
T iteUam to tady.
%e more wi d 1i 'too cold!'
T wast wind *bold and rough'
2%eat t 'chilly,' they complain;
Them *Mth aot cool eogh!' "
And so the windmill stopped.
And hips lay idly by;
wI e -m best down rom morn till night
emaw no cloudi could ly.
The people sighed tor wind.
d "Blow hot or cold." said they,
r m orthm or south or eat or wt
Twill be the wisst way!"
S-Youth's Companion.



The Last Cruise of

the Little Mother ?0
*en* By JOHN H. I
O ~ ~ A
4 W .um~e...


port Tom cUs- aboard 1i n f the
He soo knew aR t e s rm by n ae
aad had turned a dlos trlendhip wth
a seman named Hansen., who was ball
fellow with every man in the crew.
Hansen was killed the night before
the Monterey mailed for Prisco. He had
gone ashore with a guard to arrest a
half breed Mexican stoker who had
overstaid his leave. The guard sep-
arated to scour the town for the de-
serter, and Hanusea alone, had the
misfortune to comer him in a Chinese
dive at the lower end of town. A katfe
In the dark a hbe was dragging his
prisoner through an alleyway, a panic
of chattering Chinamen, who quenched
their lamps and bolted their doors, and
poor Hansen was left dying In the
mire. It Is but four miles to the Mex-
ican border from San Diego, and thith-
er It was supposed the murderer had
fled.
The mayor of San Diego offered $200
reward for the capture of Hansen's
slayer, the little police force was
thrown into a fever of activity, the
Monterey delayed her sailing for three
days, and then the crime began to be
forgotten. Tom Mailed out to the fish-
ing grounds every morning with whom-
ever he could pick up.
It was nearly a month after the mon-
itor had gone when a lone fisherman
sitting at the end of the Jetties that
reach from the crescent end of Coro-
nado Island hailed him. Young Claflin
stood In for the landing and Invited the
stranger aboard. He wanted something
to eat, and the boy, with a sudden flut-
ter in his heart, opened his pall and
bade the stranger make himself com-
fortable. They fished all that day with
rare luck, and at sundown the Little
Mother was deep with her cargo of
barracoua. Once under the lee of Point
Loma on the homeward trip the breeze
died out. and the boat went drifting
with the tide. The southern reaches of
the entrance to San Diego harbor are
covered with sand bars and shallows
that extend two miles along the loner
side of the Coronado.
The tide ran out while the Little
Mother was drifting above these bars.
and when darkness fell she weut hard
aground. A dense fog came with the
night. The channel buoys disappeared.
The distant lights of the city were
blurred and quenched In the thick
haze, and by the time flood tide came
again It was impossible to steer the
boat with ccrtainty or safety.
"We'd better anchor till the fog
lifts." said Tom. wondering what his
mother would think if he staid out all
night.
Ills comrade sullenly agreed, and so
they dropped anchor and lay rocking
in the calm cloud of mist for hours.
The stranger fell asleep In the bottom
of the boat. but Tom, big eyed now. his
heart beating with wild excitement, sat
In the bow watching. It must have
been near midnight when be crept
down Into the bull and unshipped the
little pump. The tide was going out
again, and as he dropped the disman-
tled apparatus Into the sea he beard
the water gurgling into the hold. The
stranger was yet sleeping when Tom
slipped over the rail. breast bigh in the
water, and headed for shore.
It was 2 In the morning when he
reached the police station in San Die-
go. lie was bareheaded and wet, his
bedraggled shirt and trousers were
clustered with burns antd thorns, his
feet were bleeding, and he could hard-
ly speak the words:
"Captain. I've got the Mexican that
killed Hansen."
It was daylight when they surround-
ed the scuttled lugger. The Mexican
was awake, clinging to the half sub-
merged mainmast. The rickety boat,
loaded with fish and bumped by the
now running seas, was going to pieces
plank by plank. Tom didn't waste a
thought over the captured murderer
after he saw the police lay hands on
him, but he shed a weak, unwilling


()tti(.-. lhost on Bar
I'lion.' 77.


ri ar S'imipl.


J. A. ERICKSON

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Your Patronage Solicited.



N. ERICKSON9
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.




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Seabreeze, Florida


'You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
time."


WE DON'T 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.

THE

SERWIN-WWIWAuS
POINTS

are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
ple. They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economic.
cal, and awlwys full measure.
&OLD BY

Bingham & Maley.


A. Ceci Barnett,
Stenographer and Typewriter

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AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WEST.


NO OTHER LINE AFPFORDZ SERVICE LJKB THM

THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL
To the BEet and North.

THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the weet and North-Weet.

The line through **The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Ht
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

Cokt of 1ROis to Pm- Mhl Ex Mo 1, 0U0it, L. I.
Thro gh Vtstbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
the Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rates. Sobedules and Information. call on or addrem
W. T COSBY, Traveling Passnger Agent, l0 W, Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
S H. HARDWICK General PamengerAgt.. W.H. TAYIA)E. Ant. Gea. Pas. Agi..
WASHINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, UA.
April 25th, 19o01.


Florida East Coast Ry.


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STATIO-Ns.


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4t)p I) )U,Lv. ...... ..tck.sonvaille Ar 7 UUp 1
)'-p l11 l.l a ... bt. Augustim ..... L 5 0p
.>-Itp 11 47a ...... Hastings ....... 14p
0 lup I! tWp t ......... East Palatka ......... 4 tpi
648p 1239p ........ Neog>t .. .... 4 11p;
702-p l2. Ip .......... Bunnellh ........... 407p.
7 sp 12l5p, ........... Dupunt ......... 4. oupI
7;.p I 25pj .. .......... Ormond ............ ". ,4 TJPi
S52 1 7p .......... Dyto .............a I :o
U02'p 147pi ......... Prt Orange ....... 3 lp,
512p au7p|1 ...... New Smyrna... &pi
2Up "....... Oak Hill ......... 2
: ........... Tittmvill .... 1 5 p.
S 4 pi Coc...... C oa .. .... 1 p
40 ...... Rockledge Junction ..... 1 'p
4 ifp ........ autalli ............ 1246p.
4 25p .. Melbourne............ 12 h7p
t p .... .... Sebastian ........... 11 57a
,p, ........... St. Lucie............ 1II Ila
hU. .pi .......... l ort Pieroe.......... .11 Ui t
i ',p ... ......... Tibbals........ ... lu :A; .
2,; 1),p 1 ............. ..W en .............. 10 :. .-
.d......... l:Ta
.3p .. ... Jensenn........... .. 1 7a .
*; 43p ....... .. Stuart......... ". l las
..... 7 ..... Fobe Sound.........." 4
S 7 2.'p i .... es.. et Jupiter......... 9 :3it
7 57pi ... Wtet Palm Beach........ i;a
p nton......... .. .
iau oel. Ilray ............ a
9p .... For: L-audehrdale. ........; :7 .
9567pi ... Ienmin l'ty......... fsi .
1o 0ipi Miain ........... Lv 6 4.5
Buffet Parlor C(am oun Irtmtus 3 atnd 7,.


No. !3 N Inl m.9N.m.i
Daily Dasily hDail vDuilI-hilly, MAYP )RT BRANCH.
401p P, l (ja SSJa2hiou lot 2ihni v .-J .ek-.'riville .. ..
45p*i4P 'U Stp; 21,Ms1.gu2ha..... S.Jack'Amavitle ........L
1 :;4 7 ~ 5 ft 2 44q) I I OULM P 9bioB..H'
lu.151p. 5 ~4~ip2 451) 11 lca. k .At ruiti, Beach.....
iaia7441t 64").3 i' 'dIntII .AusAr Maym.rt T
'.5-i N ,*..N ,..5aIX...)]N.. .49 N '471
[Stily Dami l% I~ l.iiv Daily D~aily PALATKA BRANCH
Ii 4(4: 4) 1 435s~h1)1:ilI I LA 7,J'gtLi- .Pulmatka A r ,:'
7tp ai,4:51. -Al2S 1 l t. -Nr,,i Ar. ELqt Palntkiu.. v 71
Daity Daiy. SAN 31ATRO BRANCH.
7 (61), 8 Am I I sast Paslatkca..
7?5p Oti a IArinMae
N,, N'. IORAN(+K CITY No72 N. 4 No. 1l
Daily *tv aily, BRANCH. Daily DsilyI Daily SA
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36610191 m0 sL-v- .Netw bSi irata Ar 24Php 50p : 7 hIfm Lv
3 44p It 21a -'ILakv' Heif-n. Lv 1 151). 4 Uop,, ',ts~
355p 11 :lu- 4irang*-Vtiy. "I UWpi4 2Up 8;0&!
4" 11J I 4.'ns Ar Oramag..City Je. 1IOUr 4 I-'p ?5si
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These TTie -,thl.s ,how the tiine- at which trains mayv t ex.ecreal ., :rr;v.- .1: I depart
from th-. several; novt'iii. huit their arrive: I or lepartur, at the ti -, ..-.t .. .,r guarn-
teed. nor d,'-s the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any rnu.inuin'e- arts
ing thercfroinm.

PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAIIHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Leave Miani Mondavs and FritLtvy 110 pm Leave Havana Wels. and 'n: t.rday-4 .11 0am
Arrive Key West Tues. and Saturdlays .3 :i pm Arrive Key W.est Weds. ai.I .Siat 7 iJI P
Leave Key West Tues. and Saturdlays 9si) pm Leave Key West Thus anl sui.un 1 0pM
Arrive Havana Wed.s, and Mondays 50J am Arrive Miami Fridays and M J:.' 5 0ae
For copy of local time card address any Agent.
J. D. RAHNEL, Aast. Gem. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA


" FLORIDA DAY

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liiFull supply of all kinds of electrical
applianewe and supplies always on hand.


Special Atteutio to Marie Work.

ealsed gaBudingf, Daytm. Fl Pa.



Daytona Ice Co.
Wm. WwKln.. Manager.


Seliby Dr J.rt~s


PURE ICE

Masle from )Iistillel Water.


Time Table No. 34. In Kffect July 7, 1901.


rate" reasaifable. promptaI lierviv-a.


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e001. toluiw'em .(1CUbefbrls, tomatoes,
No all nthtwr fruits. and regetablesa from
tbp raiiiwrc?. of inp4tsil'i'$ithout the uw oqf
puismoen ir loraty. Sc-nd $IAI0for iiianpole
t I ItY 1alhdi.
A4;:NSI -;WANTED IN EVERY
0 W% TV'.

Adeir~-,-J. ~ IT(N ce.na
FK~lat. .
See i.wal Itieo in'e il ifot her ejlanain.


NRAL FLORIDA IN SUMMER.

Letters frmni Florida in thei winter are
abundant. Theii -what of the 1 llumniwr?
A great many Northernecrs believe that
Florida is a hot. M-or-hing, suffo-.ating.
e ady waste front May till Novenlder;
"tit swarms of pgat. nmioiuitos, mala-
rai, alligators iand snake-,s ar evry-
whern, that the inhatbitauts an- dull. in-
diok6 t, existing on *'homnin. lacon, faith
and quinine,' that their idea of eluca-
ion mis continued to last year's almnana'.
aod that social lh lieecausm of thedrowy
e rvating exipteine. nil est. With what
comp.esion they sigh foi those who
spend their summers here: and picture us
roastingt bwenath a torrid and rcmorse-
lem beat: all of whhih ignorant talk the
Floridian hears with a pitn ing smile-for
be knows better
How difflernt are the faetc! Natives
lad old residents prefer the suuitue-r to
the winter, and each year ni"',. lneople
are eomiug to Florila to sta~. The old
idea that white ipt-plhe cannot work here
jf being dispelled. The palde air of the
piar region? of Florida offers' such a
contrat t t e tlh- iff,-catsng atmiiol iire-
of ovfvenrtceded Ni,,the. r ciiti*it iiitat it
need no longer. I." l11 ilq,-u'tion.
Famnnd ty ltrn,.z--.-\\ hn t,,l*.*rrnlhit
Ieportm indicalt,' e\t'-n'leldl hot \,iathier
in the Nor-ll. I'l<-ridl;. 4on It e eote it rar\,
usually hla-- thw avrig.t' ca.v d ti*IilII IIt l ,' ,rdiiig
to the I init.l l Stlate.Si .ignal S-.i. i> '. i-
7S degr'r i.. <',i >l sea lir, '7,-. swV-eIp
acroe. tlth laind. iiight andii il.i nIil a;t-
ways theli night-. ; ', -afrtl.in %\. \, ;ad-
mit that it sciiicldi stratige that thi l silic-
aer weather of Il' rila i I' I | -.. l. -iant.-r
than that fart her Nri thi. s nii.l \> hle it i.,
44) degree- warii'iw iii winterer, it .-i a itolly
average 2 111to 1' ,e-gIre-e. lcol,.-r than
many places in Nortlhern lattitndes: but
the reuasn are alppareint
Peninsula Florida jut-s down i tween
the Atlanti. and the Gulf. on-tamitly rI-
ceiving tlw salt ibrezes' from the two
Amnt hNuii of \\ uater, Thel lilimtic 1o1n-


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Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.


agrie'ulturi' anecini imotioni. llt'lllgi' Wrrives
and to)liaee'o lllauitdtiolii-, iii I teugair tie'lte Del
are Irneing wcerkccd. aetid uric-at iflspl'(ve- I-
HUMIe'hits hi ll lilt hi-utficI t le -ncihilgp cf
t ckc interto''tecirli-cti-. A cl
(jifie-t Eiijtej' ehleItt.-.''Iac'iitiii' I kJtL-..iccit
aloat Aamwelte-ceiimii i heospiictacctlityc. (Of.*trilc ~
~i ngcll t,. i'
ioea'icsurp.pareti elt -114y, II-v tcljti # i, ii I.- I'ci


fill ItnO aIluatic' 81111!!-liiellt5.
I'lc4ni:la uis lit.i'iill %. 4leitel viitl11 f 1h
cc'atetl hike.4. I. iic.11141idlit He.. va r in;g ficcin
a tilv ptin*lcd tee n ini cfcidi et 40' l1 water
nIIAnl %,nliki- dc" T- Iie if- ak-e',ami
tWIel cu-t 13' 1-.%iccspriticr Iilthe tir marg*inilt ls
are dry Mid luid 11Summuriti i ie-e. t sc.-cn
of the nmitun- ed gt~itatitoli.
W~i~tei' cicil ccS.i.'. he'e'a't OfcILtOlc. "-tt V
table that the itawe L'sorikl xa cci-4 n iIIto
a "*Land of F'lowt-rs." an II cevat 'crn-

feattures of the State, c'omie lher, in thc

ing tue tlovazcidisplay ex e-."csiei;cel-and11
torialiant than the-v aiitie'ilatc.d.
F'It ida 'su, SIIIc-r tiniiitteha Ims ~etor
b~e re'c;gliiiicnlit-, haini izg i eecuIiarl i-c-ltie l
givin.- lcrol~ivtiv--. tandtthe n ii'iiicicale
.eau-side lvr-f orii(- e1ifetheStadte. vi wrIlOe
viu-itcer cdli liste'n ti c''shatflI... cc'ii
crale" Lil,%IVII t'ia.li. r up.th1s'hedula'I,
tit cliithe- -a-ie i.. ,:i. t:* =
to te l dt1 W cci Ir'' I i;,:Iict~' .,1 90
tel 10 01 eci ic tleihliier l-c ln. ~i i. i%% oclI,
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solar Iill. pF p p'40'SU

ti'l i l i-b Lz.vo t iccetrceopcci" cfi
HeIip owcci,-twcitt-1 e:,,.1 hcr vem-i
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in 'Icritcl~e iathl .4ci c .~ ot OrL"e !

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GRAPE HARVEST INIr,
THZ "OR~T G' 2AI&S CAiRJUED To THE TRZADOWW
Scene at -he VineN ardo-- of Pua Vista, valley of the Doo
cut' the -u-chcs c'f t:-ar~es -nqo small bAskets, carry tbM
ta:.cu ai" ~ I ar..e jaskcs hxu-,ing near ioo pound&.Ti
sheep:kinst"' .70'n o-r t.xr atA .plaited strw a W
heads, 'hor'!der th2 ,b 1."eLS 4:1rC1 MOV3 1'fin single hid*low.i.w
getd vwndr- ;lls 'r~ i~c.zs off io'a7- vats, whu.~
are mas1ge amour w 61gea

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Speer'si Port, Grapz- and Burgundy Wines
are inade fro)t,' the !.,-inx :"e r.)WJ n an eastern mountain slop%
in Passaic:'; 011evy. Now.1c, 'z, ..,ia 'v~bountling in iron producii
the QA b,'t.-l kIAL14. I -:.. *vin~r Winesi of the World'
--L'ie ol 1'~o 1.. eij.*,. Of IPortugal. No other wineg
equ.-i th:1:r. w,'u... v*~pe and the aged. None put ill
vlarkl'i UXIiI vi:& "ei:~ i': rvgzists and Grocers.
Also tl c; :L,~rv julv '(aItt-. Claret vin. :88s,
x B ran .' iiU I L t- 1 v i n H hospitals and md
th '0 edic:.1 falW, a a !sto eAained. The unferinte~i
C rape ,,, x~n:e"u.cd in Ntv \Nuvk churches for commusamo


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Do You Need One?

You Can Easily Have One.
The Price is $75. Terms to S. it.
THIS IS STRICTLY THE BEST.

Superior to High Priced Typewriters.

Cheaper Because Not in the Trjst. g


CUTTER-TOWE".- CO.,
173 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.



E. F. BUN PUS,
General Agent, 21 Hathaway Bldg. Milwaukee. Wis.


EDW. FITZGERALD, Local Agt.


ttee mn lie v ll-ici I i' .l i w ichii I.1d -Ililt Ci,'I 1411- 1
ditionac of Fiorida differ heciit lce.I.It, eeialivly icitt aicid IIcii._ ii-.c4'o -c.' icr..I I'..c.NJ: .I .
and all otier Staws .'in t he I it en. ikr-Jci-.'d- \.A- i cc-.cc>cc-
tion alive e-sea level. elegrecS eof lat it nile.-- .-cc *.lc
the couree6 of przev.ailinug m'c in]-. Itie 4clIs-EIOSfI~TT iH.1 .I ''.
tiuinof raiziziill anti atit -iiec'elet-iT WHA T ORS UGHT U ITO. ) c00c.i
Ptre~ilCe.81alliiflueaeie'e' clinliel.l-iactot uid iii cgch-, .e~~lliil~
to the geographliceal cc cititie ci Nc\( I spot Our e.te-'eziii-de XC e I k-haig 'I'llc-- 'Fa I I-* -1 c-
in Florida has' atil lc'vaticchi oflmorelv T1itiouit i'c~!-llc I'ic tl' Iii~e t it vi cl '-li.ci
thtan 5(1(1 feet icliecce se'a level. aie. conizct.-- nor Ijas Ilice I4i-iitlc te ici.'iiimtts it) .-. iIi-.. I --iA .-i,.
04MeltlY fthat (I. iiiedtc "'Clstl i.1,1all t o~'ct Ia obl. e ci-iti'''tiv Icl *,-'.Il tt -' c c .. \I -%%-- 11.c 1vc
t~haa cof an ceclaied in mid tecd. "Hie his. jasper Tht lw~ee. lc iit- ., it-ift.1 ~- ~. -~ .c
State ma6-alsoe.sj~ k-un iaselathe-'toclie I-oecieaou~ght to khic,%%' ilJiit xc"lit~ i~Iii.ctI. .
on all tile earth. 'Flt-e'iv .;tlletitcelit I* IN- *L,-'i indic'.Itihl. (icr lit, ci~itolIl1.tic alke- ec \ '~1 .: .- c1 cA I -.. '
gion or Sta-te v.itlI wi ch.1k-ithiiv11:1 -I-let iar-- ~iteil clcvitoi'it I-; pieldisi-iic'I 14111ivt ti ..ccc 'cie'c cOwi~i.~ c I
.Jhlew lor.st WlMitic it ,c,'iictii c t'ticei, itt Al i v. .i c ...it 1, 4-i., u $ cL uticc
Then. too. ulutriguir thiv' l.Uilieci.01114-ecit edittir aii l t-'. cclttimleecitcc cif, liil tii-. i c ii lc c ciccd cc ~ jc
dait' cho.'e'r' eecllthe aiir. mla i iim the and iall lie et, 13s Icllt4c,1 i, Icel111t III-%% I I -i I- c c' I cci i t ccAcI-\cc
clIimnate-. 11t1c41 It mllv lt.411ie ll% :t a~e- Clean iP~ci" I ic.% il Ili lhc lcicci' p-ic, 1
ing. The. .air etlc',i h~ t bc i'a1-i i' t'iic"Ii c i aIc iow'ict.I c
1iii 1ee tiete'i. is al. I c %\ hick "AIL'c Iifi ti 4,--.M ViIu I I 11. 1 vic I c. I I ii' I I 14 I I it Ic \ccI-[-
c t i~t It te'?,%-A-. aI lhcI it ilt iil c\% it I icte' 4icd t 11-s tocr.- ijatid .1-t 1.1111it. IrI c- c cc~; allI N cccic,\ cici 1c~ 1jcIi ci ic
eof the pleze' Ii' iIliit tl ilic11111. rat II'--cIllIII.cl cl tiic c ci.'! icit! 11 11i I1
thIe NorthIt Ictit lti ltI t- eitffti-1t1cc%-I v, I-itt t dii IltI". dtIi- I i cII, c)\ [i ll tc i t '1it \, 1 l1
ing. .11e1 t-%t tl iet'- c i-icl'. -II ei tle .IIc-'- tiit-t tcill- Ic-i ccc-I -wcc c ~ c.I -i tc c c ~cic
street uhivio'tcfilcltolcY icc arTIu. bmIncit ii 'le l-- 'litt' 'e icchc- .ccc ic % Iicc ;clc I lc = i- .1 I .
ida. Whetkbi cte -t' l' 1110 b-,ciltc. lio. icec and talk iiiiicc e i t;I, it i ti cc cc ilt i~itO
wnedouiiknoc'%%. ic lt t.,[ %ce l ''IcuIk417 1 i,,, editier t'eiiglit ITo ittjum celli ;iA Iitc icc!cict'e n !e'~ti
atuniic-dziv ill [it-e' 'ylaizue sill-h. toll' %pit ~tiit ael'd.~bc c\it iii'1:c -I c-i *-icir('
itnt I thatca lilIi"H ,Il .- i Z-1 il.1
yoi~.thixccc.iTN, iic cc?' ii.li- c' i t s1bta hd. i- l tll c' cctItII..'I IcW IsI. .:1 cI 'dI a mc0

ctl cc ttor- Ic t fit- e' -IieIeqecc
Sies ta ltor.-A 'c e~'it, IiieL"'t 1iilbo f v iv n I Ii -ntl-I e.
vision of t-tilli hi,- it. ruo-c artic di i ceI li.eTilccli- Iii-' ~l ilc- cii I lc. th c I 'I"i ,; I. L .1 :i1 :i;t Ic.it w. W i n
daky hour. ro-m itdnzciion.,itit PitIt 1ivi 1 ile
on a J i o II i'tflhil4111c'.i at.c ltiliIc ilc 111ce ; !11 1, L" tLatt ':cii 1lccl' lccc-lcic
leaves isc heard ior \% iiihut4cIli*,tit' I nse li'ct Weil~ted ioi alt.J I' 1cnum- -a1 -,.I l ti. .kv iic' tl-, U' c i' i Iccil Ill%.icn tis
worl. i'cc -lil til- IIii h-il Id iti d i o- cclltt'ict Icif Ilit f 'lcn#- ciIc-.texi...i1,- 1 I-- r :-' add !ce'Urilt ikeal lyiI3
glingi light. ".1111i 1 ll cc'ith .alll her hcno Vc,.ci '" i l cccc wealth of fruit tind c e'duiretcli=c tj ptthe flit-cl .1iiifor (cc cc;tl i'md Is not
in languor. and the ro..ci,-c and c\% bitt lileie The motno'-lei..iia-le vc'c cli'-I n:mion an ti,-.e. r
nod their lheath'die Wi-i l.\ -mi l c't'jt With e~eticc ti'i 1$-el kel iA s 11 c,hwcl.wci f, 1 ; i:41'. S'ett1 e.' hccil11c ;c .&It f aft Cc IIllotfl~e iti
her.1w \h-,c--r% t:1111c11 -hi~ uitic.a f ~cIt isit d!-..rc- autad 1.1 tIcli"'k I' t1.1 tue-u t"Y I IccI'l liaS:'fllit lvWil ti.JI
stra glig. chilt'l cie-Itie- ti' "ic tlli b~. .eocuerhic. lossu-(dcit iel-C. i- ll--.111 Itic Ic-it .11cc I fatutly i. :ic i u. I c. ut te cI clS i~Ii
ilin tig i leu-lo". i Ie 2.1 tlpc' ,1 i t ll cwcill10I t icQ 11 tccui. 'I h-it Ilice- a1s that the.
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gaoe s" the Soa a the list. When
-e me hak with Ms wife from their
I IS thM e weut to pay their
Ie to em dlady.
"W4 ew,"O she *. "I am the root,.
I"* ar uty the branches, and
7m mum always pay me a
MadmofS altiema"
Ot o s am v wB.a" maid Jack
*.et I thtak the branches
SSMM i ta grftdeal better if
B mat ssalUder gsMUMd."
Vhs Poaitmoy ls.
I iay plmt am those whieh
~a1e m"mat est Meeadary systems,
S- MIN t mo ai globes revolving
SA* them IO the same manner as
I uy enwa the m. Those are
[ 0 ms e0 ry pieata. sateites or
smLThe primay planet whlEc are
-ma mmwdd cary the mteUlts or
m,. I PlanMts with them In .heir


Santoommr moelas"d the ople
at n d w gathPI the food
w ~e meW a airmledly to ap-
p at~ t wry twta in anmwer to
tbtr ery faer t e but though
the -s smd were atise, we are
UK a -*wint Mt what It was."
Amd md tal the a s that have pm-
td ghMel b alr -ppmmee on that
i ds e dewy o0,11g In thO wVil
dBatm of mem have declared again
a d eag that they "wist not what It
W that thus fed the Isrelite In
es sed. though aumberles conjee-
tae have besn made and discustloie
ld- m the matter.
Wl chief epito which had sway
W Isg tme was that manna was
a ap a the tw anlarik but now am-
haedOm seeing the light of widen-
iteSdte knowledge. declare that
ais w without doubt a certain
MO Is hu at by the fact that
Sa tmitI-tmd raels of manna, ab-
N- 1 d hs d by the Inhabitants to
F be b am hesavnn % hae been re-
Ml aft bet d tIng the
WO ft eSO b reliable tra; rers mI
O -. a d the descriptions of the
S4 g iSh pram ned present day
ftopnale /vws dout upon the point.
It Ca jl at st na be examined
4 m uf I uslespe. Me peculiar coni-
I -Im eeur et- be dearly seen.
I adllllol network of Interlac-
L. BM Woo gle Uming In the
%W wh- iedmd it their metaes
n a n a asib ats bright green
If k -eI a My IaalI poni. Thus
M9 -- aW DTvl together In most
ft my hbe am d how tresh manna
: -s S smeI that It Is difcult
fs 111111 a tea ftq t colecident meet-
O a .Wtka fungem and a par-
r plant But granted the
10--0 h eme take place, the rapid
-tltIsM easy to mderstand.
AtItmUb at In the year a yellow-
h apt par la little green cups
S-ha g ea the Mrface of the plant,
E O Sth 2M the grains of dust Is a
ii l ibntal8Mln4g a few of the
MM wi SM Mad a few of the green
Oft WIg d up together, so that
wbe th dtstmy fall each grain
um asem0 a mW manna licben.
0Mmgi. reever. a second method
[ t .pMdtM ito- which the fungus
mo Itabse pat and sends out tiny off-
t ake their chance In the wide
Galdlg a IttabUe ho t. as their
Mgt has dae. but the details are
igggpAli and at present involved in
q dam ity.
1, l the. LeeaCMor esculenta -
Sl Its very mature one of the
sumearkable phenomena in the
h wrld. It ti found over great
SatUO fthwemt Asia, near Constan-
M I h It the Crimea. the deserts of
LA B. hi the Sahara and the deserts
It is ei to pam It by unnoticed, for
St I ap ny 0h yUlew to color and grows
M @yy become reeks and fragments
St* g*ek Is the foe. t a wrinkled crust
whSh m-ems to the casual observer
t ft the very reck itself. and needs
ON thr h, It is white like corn
wlh. d 1y a powdery. It is. more-
is-1eme Ight In weight. It is
alg flthat thm his not much nourish-
iS tbe otaedl from the bare face
1ate 106mate reek1. hemPe all the sus-
oSt the two plants must be ob-
N beN the Satmspahem and the
Salb y the ttle grs plant, which
~U s wetk dely hard to he able
i to em G mOdelm food for its part-
e ft g is iad fd to providing its

l i dless as it grows older, it be-
i ~a8"dor ovg d6etached from

u1 0 man St these roglots blow, the
Mtpightalas e tliehen crust are
G an 1 d Meows Into the air at the
Wmmy 1 the wils and carried. It may
e m sia. te. that defend with
veg amee sweep it away
AR dhaeel, where It Is borne
1- n -the stream and deposited In
a m ~te thee ne heaps when
Ist mm. I .a waterpout willn
ft u. arry It along and ultl-
;- ~d a fit is a place where hith-



.. is mid t beah. duches of
m- dey remarhkd to her
ro s laek ~mo'. "Jack. you
m-l-, an d I wI give you a list
at y be t s I a my prepare to."
V WA i. gamati" he saId, ad beh


fant years, but presently It began to
Increase and so went on till the ferry-
man was like to sink under his burden.
The child then said: 'Wonder not, my
friend. I am Jesus, and you have the
weight of the sins of the whole world
on your back." Hence St. Christopher
Is represented carrying the infant Sav-
lour across a river with the globe in his
hand.
8t. Christopher has an interesting
place In the history of typography In
consequence of a wood engraving of
his figure, supposed to be of date about
1423. being the earliest known example
Sof that art.
kakeowa Canada.
One-third of the area of Canada is
practically unknown. There are more
than 1,250,000 square miles of unex-
plored lands In Canada. The entire
area of the Dominion is computed at
3,450,257 square miles; consequently
one-third of this country has yet been
antraveled biy the explorer. Exclusive
of the inhospitable detached arcet por-
tons9, 54.000 square miles are for all
practical purposes entirely unknown.
Most of this unknown area Is dis-
tributed In the western half of the Do-
mninion in Impenetrated blocks of from
25.000 to 100.000 square miles-that Is.
areas as large as the states of Ohio,
Kansas or New England are yet a
secret to white man.-National Geo-
graphic Magazine.
A Double Ramawar.
"They have a new coachman at the
Rippenbangers."
"What's the matter with the old
oner"
"He let the horses run away."
"Did they run far?"
"Clear out Into the suburbs."
"Anybody with him?"
"Yes. Mamie Rippenbanger. She and
the coachman haven't got back yet."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
la a Great Harry.
Benham-Why did that woman keep
you standing at the door for half an
boar?
Mrs. Benham-She said she hadn't
time to come In.-Brooklyn Life.


Aj- eternal liniment of most won-
've and curative pi)wer. H. C. Watkins. ,xtoyn of the MNi.-tho-
8ra .w simmeBt n uot equalled dint Chunrh. Slprihrfield. hai. -savs: \v
& r imthe world. Prise25and wife lhas twen very hlad with ki.lnev
Dr. J. M. Jose. troubleand tried *r'veral docto rs wii-
out benefit. After taking one bottle of
We mve mad a shower most every Foley's Kidney Cure. was much better,
a atU eo mar the last forte daos and was ;omppletely cured after taking
Itorty day.- our bottles." Dr. J. M. Jone.


For Popovers.
The value of a recipe lies partly in its
being accurately set down and fol-
lowed. Harper's Magazine has the fol-
lowing directions for making a break-
fast delicacy called popovers, as they
were imparted by the Chinese servant
to a lady visiting in the family.
"You take him one egg,." said the
master of the kitchen, "one lit' cup
milk. You fixee him one cup flou' on
sieve, take pinch salt-you not put him
In lump. You move him egg lit' bit
slow; you put him milk In. all time
move. You make him tiou' go in. not
move fast. so have no spots. Makee
but'led pan all same wa'im, not too hot.
Putlee him in oven. Now you mind
you business. No like woman run
look at him all time. Him done all
same time biscuit."
Clerical Sore Throat Explained.
Deacon Scrimp-ilumph! Think you
have got to have a vacation, heli
Struggling Pastor-Yes. the doctor
says I must go offil until Ujis -oigh li s
cured.
Deacon Scrimp-Well. I'd like to
know why preachers are always get-
ting bad coughs.
Struggling Pastor-Well, you see, we
have to visit around a good deal. and
we are always asked to hold a little
service before eivini. andl I think our
throats become afftleced from brcatlhiug
the dust that ties froin thte family
Bibles.-New York Weekly.
Ingenious.
"I can't bhlp a.imiliriniilL the ingenuity
of the lantll :'. at o.r hituse."
"In A\ lh t XVa .:"
"At lbreakf:i-.t timie '. burns an rrain
or two of eotlee on: I ite kitchen stove.
s" -s to fill thle di i.Iu room with tihe
o.d;ir. :nd th:n gives t;s chicury to
driink."


**()!I. f1j:iuT UI1.1." t'ci:iii:.41 f. ur-vealr-
skies 41;j(, (,%,: "%, ia it a pretty lIlliC4
heav.uierna.u1,t I,.- %I 'aniit Is so beautifulI

You rob yvv iouseif oftviivr thatn others


G. A. Stilirritt. a riee-rahie lit If Tf 1J11i4J414
Ill.. tirii iithi ii- ni .rf" l -1d %4l...Cutehi'-
ul~ .lw, (4iL 4 % Iiti"U.i4r il It -ihasi
prurmiuircedliiiriel.I I lY-4 nn ;i ii.11t
10. t4-r-tiftV t4I it?.. hunl-ts M I,'* ive:1- 'te i-ihi
K ide % 'u ~ rv I., 1C.. 1111 it er' I ll,*ir..
Mi. lone,'A.


"The march of progress has changed
all that. Every law firm in this city
hustles for business. I don't mean
that the big men of the firm chase
around after clients. Of course they
don't. But the firm does a lot of
shrewd planning ahead. It schemes in
a particular fashion of its own to widen
its sphere of usefulness-to itself.
"Of late years one of the expedients
adopted has been the taking into the
firm of young college graduates who
can give a reasonable guarantee that
they will bring business. College men
know of this custom, and many of
them shape their life at the university
accordingly. They are after friends.
They want to be popular. They want
to be able to 'swing' as much of the
future legal business of their fellow
graduates as they can.
"A chap who can bring business of
that sort is taken In on a good salary
even when he is the veriest tyro at
law. lie's expected, of course, to do
what real work he can and to study
hard. But the salary is for the pull he
can exert over his fellows."-New York
Sun.
Animal Intelllsemce.
In a circus in P'aris a lion was given
some meat shut up In a box with a lid
to it. and the spectators watched to st c
whether the lion wouhl openi the lidl <,r
crack the box. lie did the formour.
much to the gratification of the coin
pauy.
In the London "Zoo" a large African
elephant restores to his would be euter-
talners all the biscuits, whole or
broken, which strike the bars and fall
alike out of his reach and theirs in the
space between the barrier and his ca:g-e.
lie points his trunk straight at the
biscuits and blows them hard along
the floor to the feet of the persons who
have thrown them. He clearly knows
what he is doing, because if the bis-
cuit does not travel well he gives it a
harder blow.


Iron In the Sixteenth Century.
The cost of the railings arooul St.
Paul's cathedral claimedd by several
bussex parishes, but really made at
Lamberhurst, a pari-h partly iu Kent)
Is recorded in the account books of the
mnianufactory as having been 1 1.21'Y2 u0s.
(Kd. The total weight was 200 tons.
The amount of employment given may
be conjectured from the statement of
Richard Woodman, one of the Marian
martyrs burned at Lewes In 1557, that
he had set a hundred persons to work
for the year together.-London Specta-
tor.


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HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTH t WAY. -
n e aMtesl the* ** OwNt3 y..t Mb w ene. es, hr ey ft mb ; &N ine*
C11 11 P1"s69 mrum is m oa lot of sac"-
hee .ar...th' .r- 5.@'iml* 55 Te.nths -
et is nM the asoothwstern coast m of
a eo Pthe border of the Persin fr oaf't blacks r w Jubrown k
m 0 4 .comeeutve daysin toe a tgold upon hecrw;O,
lodsat' ahy I should my.
Mnths of Jly and Agat the l "faulin't hber air; it's est her way. all the
e.y Ms beu I nmown to stand above the m*G A
I100 &e'es In the shade night and day al't her -outh--be -mouth i s-AO
d to run up as high as 130 degrees o ru romd toide. People as
See 'em better ev'ry day.
In the middle of the afternoon.- win't her month: It's jest her wy.
At Blahrel, In the center of the most sin't h e mout; iet he way. Suffer RES
torrid belt, as though it were nature's eeOd I reckon's wothla grea t:i W
latention to make the place as unbear- t l I 'mn treetomy frOmI S
able as posiable. water from wells is Tain't betr noee; it's Jest her way.

something Unknown. Great shafts have I do Diseased eM u
been Sank to a depth of 100, 200. 300 t Lovehr A dtyf t o d truleJa ;
ad een 500 feet, bt always with the Love her better ev'ry day. Lier.
mame result-no water. This serious Dqmnm why; it's jest her way. Liv
drawback otwithstandlng, a compsra- -E.usbeth Sylvester in Century. cp b
tively numerous population contrives CZ 2 010C3I0
to Uve there, thanks to copious springs EASY "SURE THINGS."
which burst forth from the bottom of
the gult more than a mile from the some Propeo*teous That It as Sfe to
Sor. *3Iet A lm***t.
The water from these springs Is ob- There are many things which at first PARTRIDGE EGGS.
trained In a most curious and novel thought appear to be easy enough of !mo Msre Nutriuse T te
manner. "Machadores" (divers), whose accomplishment that it is pretty safe to ie Mte telesthe
mole occupation Is that of furnishing to bet a man he cannot do. Most people I aFe s ThSare awre
the people of Bahrein with the life giv- know that the human hands are not "Few persos are aware of the fact,"
ng flukL. r r to that portion of the strong enough to break a new laid egg said a well known physician. "but It is
gulf where the springs are situated and If the hands are clasped and the egg true. nevertheless, that the egg of the
bring away with them hundreds of laid endwise between the palms. It is partridge is one of the most nutritious
bags full of the water each day. The said that the pressure required to break things in the world. They are not used
water of the gulf where the springs an egg In this manner amounts to tons. for eating purposes except in very rare
burst forth is nearly 200 feet deep. but Among other safe bets is a wager cases, and then it generally happens In
these machadores manage to filL their that a man cannot rise from a chair remote rural districts. I have known
goatskin sacks by diving to the bottom without bending forward or putting his negro families In the state of Louisiana
and holding the mouths of the bags feet under the chair or outside of it. during the laying season to live on the
over the fountain jets-this. too, with- Many a man will back himself to give eggs of partridges. And they would
out allowing the salt water of the gulf another a start of 50 yards In a dash flourish handsomely and grow fat on
to mix with It. of 100, provided the man having the account of the rich properties of the
i The source of these submarine foun- start hops all the way. But no runner, eggs.
talus sl thought to be in the hills of however swift, can give.that amount of "These eggs. of course, never find
Osmond 400 and 500 miles away. Be- start to an ordinary man. For the first their way into the market because they
Ing situated at the bottom of the gulf, five yards they go at practically tlhe are never take from their nest except
It Is a mystery how they were ever same pace. Therefore the runner, to go by such persons as I have mentioned,
discovered, but the fact remains that 95 yards while the "hopper" goes 45. and they rob the nests, I suppose, be-
they have been known since the dawn would have to run more than tw*e as! cause their principal food supply comes
of history. fast, and it would be a weak man who !gom this source. Quail meat comes
could not hop 45 yards at a pace equal pretty high in the market at all times.
ANIMAL LIFE. to 20 seconds for 100 yards, and that and the average man will find It more
would mean that the runner In order to profitable to spare the eggs and wait
The army worm Is essentially a win would have to beat all previous for the birds when the hunting season
grass eating insect, though it often records. rolls around. These men would pass
feeds upon other plants, and sla said to If a man boasts that his penknife is 100 nests in one day without disturbing
prefer oats to corn. particularly sharp, ask him to cut with an egg. The sport of bhuntingl*be birds
The malaptecurus. a fish only eight one stroke of the hi!ade one of those Is an additional Incentive.
aches long. can develop a shock of 200 yellow ribbons, mostly of silk. which "The average negro does not care so
volts of electricity in the two-thou- come around bundles of cigars. In 999 much about this aspect of the case. He
sandth part of a second. cases out of 1.A00 the knife is not sharp figures that the white man, having the
Several pairs of pigeons which a scl- enough to do this. It will cut through best gun and the best dog, will beat
eatist has observed in Paris have rals- all the ribbon but the last strand. and him to the bird. So he goes after the
ed their young In nests made entirely that will pull out lhung. ani the more egg. One partridge will lay anywhere
of hairpins collected on the paths of he tries to cut It the longer It will pull from 12 to 20 eggs, and a nest ls a good
the Luxembourg. out. find. I know of many families In rural
The largest nest In the world is built It Is safe to bet any one except a sections who feast on these eggs in the
by the mound bird. a sort of Austra- blind man that lie caunot stand with- laying season. I have tried the egg
Ban fowL It makes mounds some- out support of any kind for tive ir:n- myself as an experiment. I found it
times 150 feet In circumference, In utes at a stretch If he is thoroughly peculiarly rich. It has a good flavor, is
which It buries Its eggs five feet deep. blindfolded without moving his feet. very palatable and in fact is altogether
i The heaviest bird that files is the If he does not move his feet he is pretty a very fine thing to eat. Really I be.
great bustard. In size it exceeds the sure to topple over In about a minute. lieve that the egg has more nutrition
Norwegian blackcock. The old males in it than the fully developed bird, but
weigh about 35 pounds, but when food Smalls as window cleaners. of course, as one of the men fond of
Is plentiful the young males may "An old colored womausellingsuaill." the game In the field. I would like to
weigh 40 pounds. Great bustards were says the Philadelphia Record. "occa- discourage the robbery of the nests."-
formerly as plentiful in western slonally makes her appearance in South New Orleans Times-Democrat.
Europe as partridges. Now they are street, and sometimes she may also be
rarely found, found along Front street or Second HUSTLING FOR BUSINESS.
street, up Inu the district that used to be
St. Charstopher. known as the Northern Liberties. She More or Less of It Dome Km New York
The belief was that any one who carries an old basket In which the snails Lawyers' Oles.
looked at a representation of St. Chris- repose on freshly sprinkled leaves. "Get a move on! That's the great
topher was safe (or that day from an These are not sold as food. but for modern motto," said a New York law-
evil death. T4ie saint was always por- cleaning the outside of window panes- yer who has been practicing in the
trayed of colossal size and Is so paint- an old practice still in vogue in Ken- local courts for the last 25 years.
ed at the entrance of most Spanish ca- sington. The snail Is dampened and "When I was admitted to the bar."
thedrals that all may see him. None of placed upon the glass, where it at once he went on, "there was a great Idea of
the many carved figures of this saint moves around and devours all insects the dignity of the profession. A law-
approaches In size one which was re- and foreign matter, leaving the pane as yer would about as soon have paraded
moved from Notre Dame at Paris in bright and clear as crystal. There are Broadway carrying a sandwich sign
1'i'5. old established business place In Ken- calling attention to his legal ability as
It was said that St. Christopher's slngton where the upper windows, when he would have thought of hustling in
original occupation was to carry people cleaned at all, are always cleaned by any other way for business. The thing
across a stream, and the legend is that snails. There is also a line market for to do was to rent an office and sit in it
once a child presented himself to be 'snails amongthe owners of aquariums, until somebody came and dug you out
conveyed over. At first his weight was as they keep the glass clean and of the dust and spider webs and asked
what miIh*t hb expectei from hil in- bright" you to take a case.


Horshocing,
FRlack-mithing

and Repairing


Se-ond] .%veinue. neau r Henach St nr't,
12 Iaytona, Florida.

Thompson, M aT....

if light iral.- Tail Suits iitlh' t)o -iler for $1f n*I id
up'; 'Pants for $-4 ail iiil\,wards.
SCleming and RIepMring at Reaemable Rate"

C('tt.ige t1 e. \ ..'iiIr o If 'ity -I tel.
I)ATTONA. FIl.O IIA.

P. C. COUNT,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
WIPtRepairing nraitly done. Cotl.auze
Ave., near Beach St., Daytona, Fla.

Foley's Honey and Tar


Foley's Kidney Cure
miuI kImays anmd adlitr *iItL

DYSPEPTICIDE
I ,11GE l 6 hd TPI'ldl.


Of


~IcL


DOUBLSo

No. 4 I No. a


m from NatualRods






mudk md Impm MR9dIgsiu

bml bv toi Isn Safisast-.
2KAL~mm 20
Price. 50 Cent4.
JAMES F. BALLARD..%L LouisMe.

SeiWby Dr. J. M.James.


F. B. HAVEN,


To rHE East


TO THE est



TO THE East


The .Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleton, Richmond
andi Washington.
TheI,' Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Wii.rlhiititon.

The Southern Ry. via .lesup. Atlanta and Chatta'go
TIe lbouisville & Nashville via Montgonmery.
'The Sothern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville.
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and (Oean Steanmhip company for'
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Vi SiavannahI and Meerhants and Miners Transpor-
tation company for Baltimore.


TO KEY" WEST AND HAVANA
VIA PENINSI LAR and )OClCI DENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Islad Vit Bo ton and Can-
:ail;. A.thlan.ie ai.d I'lat St-.nhisip Line for Halifax. llawkebury and Char-
h ,t tc to ll.


____WINTrER TOURIST T-ICKETSB
LEGA L. NOT'ICES w'iil1w44011 s .114. I liii 4ilghil 'it fthe Ni 'Ithern. it s ter a Wste-rn id N'1 )1th. rn "Itut**to
nh~~~~~id F Iri ,il rsil544?ts v lltit theiiilimt Si stlo-in 4111inig the r?'14)ll 1141m)-I 111Armuited to
r 1. un, m i Nb :t I -iwill) fli Nrsl ste ij-o veIr plliviiiges r.in loricl~u.
NOTICE. .1,l14 1 rusmt-s o e ii r it joiv. in thli.-Ni cr1 h s.-wn trt) the' unidernigned ivvill be liberalY
Ht i t k -' ~i i d fi ti ir \ lit,-,;.ii ip itr t tie ,- 1e r ui I l i ", ;wi "'iiili 1;m ti "it ....h.ii ie.. iIui ,a"l ""tis i "g I ,I ,t t o" '
i im i 4.I t. l .~n i 'is it. ...."r it hlrteaffr- is I ofe. IIit )1-11mIiaiitn )1.1 'I, e rrst--ittiosnci~iige r .~ iri. en 'tv, call on, or write to
Mf-&i~r.I f 'llLt ~-*ti14..f tfbi. I.N..1 -i I)Vjis i I a.l.'sewiig-r Age-iutt. 138 4Wes.t NBuy'St-. hJieksonlville, Florida
til pult wi!.'i 'I i Cil tw N -f V. 11010.-41 f4 IV. Wit. IlNI I itriiS ~'iieee;B. IW. WREiNN. hiss. Traffic Man.
\'-F~eit V J4 at'' \V.410411tilg
'1i .,"1.1 al Ily Wlli,-1ri.11.'kiiig la.s~~iiy ult Outi1. G Savannah, Ga.
final f(fifl i m i jii'I flkyf1 11 it- it j i~c argv'.
f4.. P.\ ~l ., ,iin~iii Iit A~f4ru.anid.


OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Itl t -: 2 ant Ii'l ti r l: N ial t iI
lc. iilair lI, ,rdl,,rs.


LOW PRICES!


WHITE'S CREAM <
.VVOR zs VERMIFUCE
in Quar. '- nest i W .

SFo 20 Years Haa Led all Wora as.deIs. s
Prepored by-- JAMES F. BALLARD, 9t LouiS.


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.



Western & Atlantic Railroad.


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'I mi-nat *'.'* Iii luii.iiiiig-..


DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE
111 il I.BLE IAl Y INN.E4TIONS, WITH T'Illh oil TRAINS TO
NASHVI LLE.
IEM PI' IS..
1.01 "IISV II.E.


- ( i rcqiq o ,,iag h /I Pl~lI,will i I .4lflfIf4 Boi~'fvi S'44',,-.t ,Jq#'k.svugrifle to S
Lou ;.s irjt/mo)nI(il/,i ile. ('/inict1)1'RiflhC.
F( wr iIIf, On IrI.It it I n I-# hIt ive- IeI)r. t.-e.shi. W .. t*. if4 )- 14Ies'w-r r'Ps-rvautionm, lyriti-to)
I' I.hI iMA N. I ;-ii. I 'ai'..AgcIit TIO'Ni 1i. 1)4 IVLE. Ha. Paios. Agont,
A tI. Init a. Ua. .I:,kmonviille, FHa,


Pan-Ameri an


Exposition,


Buffalo, 4 Y.


May i to November i, 1901.


The Seaboard


Air


I-Aiile


Railway

Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from
|Jacksonville $42.30 and 842.95. Corresponding
low rates from other points.

Double Dailt Service, including Sunday via

Richmond and Washington.


Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.

l"r furl l itr i ,r tion iit. -o
It. IE. L. HI N II. 1;,e I' \A,- t I',,11 1,,,th. la
\. I M I. t |NE L.: L.. \- ,. P ;, |.,, I .' let,.k .., i!l.'. l !,,i ,li "


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Smith (S. Son,

Il lif il' h I"v. Ii, y .t


DTRALINS
DouBLE DALLY S[RivE


Iasesse


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I .


7:45 pmu 7:25 am LLv.........Jae.sM.P (A. a
11.05 pml0:55 am Ar..............Vai (A.Jd V.
3:50.am 4:10 pm Ar...........Mmo s (e t A W(GI&X 1U-.11:
7.25 am 7:35 pm Ar Atlanta (C. ofIG.) v LT *em
1:0) pin 12:30 am:Ar............Chatt oog (W. A.)...........Lv 4 &- ow
5:.55 pmi 5:35 amiAr ........... Naslvie (N.C. t. L.)t............Lv 10: 5 pm "
3:25 ant 7:24 pmIAr .St. Louis (I. C.) Iv '8 a
7:25 pm 7:) amlLv.......... Nahvillt (N. C. A. St. L.)..........Ar 8:35pm
1:47 pn 12:10 pniLv...................Martin (I. C.) Ar 2:55 pm
10: an ............... Ar...................Chicago (I. C.) lvT ...............
7:30) pm n :4 mLv.................Nashville (L. & N.) sr 10:42 pa
12:50 am 9:04) amniAr.............Evansville (L.& N.) vIT 6:35 pm
9:1 5 am .::30) pm)Ar...............('hicogo (4I. & E. I:) Lv 11-05 am 7.
No. 4-D)IXIIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between
monville and St. Louis. making dirt -omnnetiono for all points in the Wesi
Northwest. Through sleeping car rwwrvations made to Louisville, Cincinnas
Chicago. only rwquiring pnengers to step from one car into another.
No. 2-DAY EXPRESS. conelhea Jackmmville to Atlanta, connecting wl
through sleepl.r Atlanta to St. Louis, and a MNashville with through ileeps
Chicwgo.
All correspondence promptly answered and t;*eping Car Berths rtinerved. Will be@ gi.
meet passengers at depot in Jacksonvillie or my oitee, 224 Went Bey Street. Drop ne a UJe
WAiT.:R HAWKILS.M i en'l Agent Tnrafile DPl) rtnient, Jacksonville, Fla.
.1. C. uAIIA., Ge'neral Pl'aseger Agent, Savannah, Giu.
E. H. HI .TON, Trafflic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


pLANT SYSTEfI


The Great Through Car Line from Florida
CONNECTIONS.


N W %%IN It I(\.%. I".L 4I IlII.


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CINCINNATI 'W
and CHICAGO


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