- DaytoS Florid., Sept. 21, 1901
so &at -0--Nok
of flfi food.
81 arn m e
T. Omwedt Co.
Ralstoe' Goods fresh from the
eahomea' Rolted Oats, per I0 O
atnma' Breakfast Food,
Whole Wheat Flour, per 4
i12b. eek...... 4
New Strained Honey. per 60c
New Strained Honey, per ..
Why use poor bur when youcan
buy Ballard's Obelisk, the beet
12 pound sacks 35c
4t ... 70c
One-f barrel $2.75
One barrel............. 5.25
RAT. GaIm AND FBantmUCB.
L T. CONIRA & CO.
BEACH STREET. near ORANGE
AVENUE and SOUTH BRIDGE.
STATE FIA NOTES.
* It was Orange, now it is Lake, Volusia,
Polk and DeSoto and Marion. Bilker
. OCamty will be in line. Twenty counties
ae a&y and ten weeks from the Fair.
Du't say our people are not up to the
float with the best.
The Ftaternal Union of American Boys
wl have a Gala Day at the Fair. The
Boys say there will be 8000 of them.
am= I Josonthe gest an who
IWhs th 0Ho By In., arrived in Day.
*Ofama gmn" 4y erifg. Mr. John
Se IW th0 0Samae fromn the Holly
S to the Grand Athuatie.
Wok wil he commenced Monday on
th m-ModuiMg of the building. The
ld keh mwillbemoved to the rear of
te mim bhadi anad a wing containing
Ui iroomr winl be added.
Another of th eontemplated improve-
met is the addition of a billiard hall
ad pool room.
Mr. 'Lych willhave charge of the work
f oItmcting the addition. Mr. John-
8soh'smily will arrive nextTueday and
the hooe will be open to the public the
1st ot October.
Mr. Johnson is a thorough gentleman
and an experienced hotel man and the
Gramd Atlantic will be conducted in a
strictly rst class manner. He will he
ably asisted in the management of the
hoUse by his two eons, Claude R. and
James H. Jr.
FOR SHAKE BITE.
The following is from a correspondent
to the Colons News; the writer is an
old settler, living some fifty years in San
Martinao du Ghawari. Brasil, South
America. He writes: "As we have here
a simple antidote against snake poison,
discovered, I think it my duty to hu-
manity to make it known. One of the
simplest and safest remedies against the
deadly poison of snake bite is: Petro-
leum, to be applied to the wound at
once and to keep it saturated." He
writes: "It is astonishing how this
remedy helps. Six persons who have
been bitten by snakes, of which one was
a son-in-law and the qther a grand-
child, having used this remedy, and all
slept well the first night and could
follow their work the next day. My
son-in-law was 200 metres distant
from the house, and when he arrived his
foot wes swollen and the wound was
black and green. He used petroleum;
after applying this the pain left him to-
tally; a day after he was perfectly well.
"Since we know of this remedy we are
not afraid of snakes, and everybody
that works far from home takes petro-
leum with them in case of snake bites.
If somebody is bitten on the finger or
toes, it is best to bathe the afflicted part
in petroleum; if this can't be done then
saturate a piece of cloth in petroleum,
place it on the wound and keep it well
Selling out shoes at Wray's at give-
Ladies" shoes, 3 to 4 .....$2.00 now $1.25
Miswe' shoes, 13 to 2... 1.20 "" .90
Child's oxfords, 5 to S.. .50 .2.5
Child's button. 6 to 10. 1.00 .50
lovy's. 3 to 4............. 1. 14) ..,(5
A State paper says: 'Major lHealy,
manger of the State Fair. played a THE KNIGHTS JOLLIFICATE.
tfmp card the otler when Ihe ex-
Steded a cordial invitap to titw Young ''o say that the supper given by the
kople's Society of Chrbtlan Endeavors members of Fountain City Lodge No. )56
to hold their next annual meeting on then Monday evening last was a grand
ir grounds during the progress of til isu Mudn putting it too mildly. After
lair. the regular business had been transacted
S "A meeting of the leading spirits of the tables were run out and a feast was
thesociety was held in Jacksonville. at spread which it would do a king good
which E. S. Upham was piweent. to c0" 1-to see and partake of. Quite a number
l der the invitation. It was accepted. of visiting Knights were in evidence, and
It was agreed to invite the Eplworth when the committee of arrangements an-
SLeague and the Baptist Young People's bounced that supper was ready there
Uaiom asociations of the State to meet was a general rush for the tables and in
S with them, and it is expected that the less timn than it takes to tell it fifty menI
S attendance will be very large. were feeding their faces and had no time
"The object of this gathering on the for anything else. After supper was
Sjjblr grounds i to show the good Clhris- over the cigars were passed, and in a few
Stan people of the State that this a-gn. niomoments a cloud of smoke resembling a
g nationn of agricultural resources will l Isumner thunder storm had filled "*Castle
o poldueted on a high %oral plane and Ilall" full to a suffocating point. The
have the encouragementt andil up- ..oh. Hush quartette" then rendered
of all good people." IM sveral selections which drTw the at-
te- nation of the boys generally who were
SPoultry raisers and fertilizer ciomitanies not long in joining in the general round j
S l ng premiums. It will Ielp the u. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed them n
.'" nent if all who intend to offer jelives and the evening will be remrem-
poiuames advise the general manager at Iwred long after as one of the most pleas-
" O~eeo. ant of the entire season.
bJ fch ofor Sal* at a Bar-ain.
11O0 foot. glass encloied, nalthia launch
I'p. Seven foot hmsliii. ..ix-horse etli-
built lby GHas Enigine' & Power Co i..
orrii Heights. New York; guaraln-
to be in first-class order. alsinst
For sterns. etc., apply to
SM. PELLETTr. iaytona. Fla. tf
Ofe meeting of the city council of
i l Monday evening. thlie charge
Aldermai 1 E. Starkey for mnal
was withdraw" n an lie was re.
to rwign.h. e asked for24 hours
the matter. After thinking
matter over and tonsultt with his
be handed in lhis resignation Tua' -
eoraing. The charges against the
was that signing a petition to
STARKEY'S EXPLANATION. "
In an interview with Mr. Starkey yes-
terday he made the following statement:
"My explanation as to signing the pe-
tition to restore the name of Seabreeze
to its old locality is that I had placed
myself under obligations that I could not
in justice deny them my consent for the
ret4lrn of the name when I assistedl in
taking it from them.
I trust wherein I am unable to pay in
full they are willing to cancel the balance
and call the account square. I also hope
that new Seabreeze has the disposition
to credit me will a full balance and then
I may stand 'paid in full.'
If there are tho~e who cannot under.
stand my sense of justice in my conduct
I will simply say that people differ, and
whether they give me credit for honesty
or not, I shall try to think they cannot
understand me and on that ground ex-
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I OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
1New planks are being laid on the NorN
Major C. M. Bingham was on the me
lit the forepart of this week.
Mrs. George Hunt, of St. Augustine,
is visiting with Mrs. Mary Troy.
Postmaster Hesse and wife, of New
Smyrna, were in Daytona Monday.
W. Budd, Jr., traveling auditor for the
F. E. C. By., was in the city Tuesday.
Charles Birchwood was down from
Jacksonville on the excursion Monday.
W. C. Sparks is administering a coat of
paint to Dr. Atwood's Ridgewood home.
Mrs. Mary Troy and Mrs. Cox visited
with friends at New Smyrna over Sun-
Carpenters have commenced work on
the addition to the house of J. B. Par-
Will Van Dorn and Eric Mills are down
the river on a two weeks' cruise in the
Ed. Curtis, the efficient clerk at the
postoffice has been on the sick list for
J. M. Jolley returned Saturday evening
from a month's outing in North Caro-
One of E. M. Snow's young sons has
been having an attack of chills and lever
during the week.
Fred Caldwell received a commission
Monday as First Lieutenant of Co. K..
Second Regiment. 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Pollitz are the
happy parents of a son, which arrived
last Sunday morning.
Mrs. C W. Arnold left Wednesday of
last week for St. Johnsbury. Vermont,
for a visit with friends.
SOPGeo. H. Clark's new stock of school
books has arrived; full supply from pri-,
mary grade to high school.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bliven, of Jackson-
ville, took advantage of the excursion"
Monday to visit Daytona friends.
James Murison, a prominent Chicago
hotel man, is in the city and is making
his headquarters ot Schmidt's Villa.
Dr. and Mrs. Atwood are expected
home in a couple of weeks. Miss Evelyn
will not return until about Christmas.
F. S. Sams, son of Senator Sams, was
0""om New Smyrna last Saturday and
favored this Ittfitc with a very pleasant
TIhe woman's Missminary So iety will
serve ie 'cream at thel hoinse of Mrs. Sil-
vernail next Tuesday afternoon and
evening. Take your wives and sweet-
Rev. C'. W. Arnold left Wednesday)
afternoon for San Francisco. where he is
in attendance at the National Convoca-
tion of tihe Episcopal churnhl. He will
away several weeks.
Fish Conmissioner Det wiler canne up
from his h lome in New Smyrna Tuesday
and was cinrvulating among his Daytona
friends. Mr. Detwiler favored the ( A-
ZETTE-NEWs sanctum with a very pleas-
ant call during his stay in town.
The residents of the l peninsula olppo-
site New Smyrna an, endeavoring to
have a school established there. They
will donote the site and labor of ereotinl
the building and exip'ct the county
furnish the lumber. There will he ablut
Attorney lily. of DeLand, v ho. with
his family., has been spending some weeks
on the beach, returned to his home Wed-
nesday. Mr. Bly has been engaged to
deliver two lectumrs a week before the
law class of Stetson V'nivrrsity during
the coming year.
Frank Hamilton, station agent at
Cocoa for the F. E. C. Ry.. was in Day-
tona a few days this wee-k on his way
North. lie is taking his annual vacation
and will visi: at St. Paul. Minn.. and
take in the sight at the Pan-Anerican lie-
fore returning to his ditties.
We have received several fonts of new
type and our iob and advertising de-
partniments are l .tter equipijld than ever.
When in need of stationary or any kind
of printed matter call and inslpet our
samples. We guarantee the, very best
quality of material and most artistic
Citizens (of ;:iyt.n;.i ;:a ll ivcinity are re-
quested to furnishl tlih ei lilorIr ofi-.iZETTE-
NEWS with iifo'iiiatioii if r piilhicattion
of the cominii taii l g. ii"g of Htliir friends
or of the irtiullber.s of third in milie's. Any
items of interest s.t in will ik- highly
appreciated. Any lo ni p!palr to 14 iln-
te'rsting niust contain lrsoiial meant ion.
the more the- better. We want the- n'wx-s.
Our county cor('i pond lt ill. ilmso.
make note oif the law' s !e-' lioni ;in' :;rei'iest
W'FFisst butter at Rush's.
lOGo to Clark's for school books and
Y'Adam Schants returned from Dayton,
W"Breakfast Delight coffee can dly'
be bought at Bush's.
G.W. Peer. of Sateuma Heights, is the
guest of Chris Gougarty.
S. W. Rowley, the Ban Mateo cigar
manufacturer, was in Daytona Tuesday.
F. E. Bond and J. B. Conrad, the Vo-
lusia lumber kings, were in town several
days this week.
Mrs. N. S. Knapp,.of New Smyrna, was
the guest of Mrs. Mary Troy from Mon?
day until Tuesday.
IWYou can find everything need in
school supplies at Clark's jewelry tore.
James Carnell and Charles McNary
were down from Ormond Thursday at-
bending the memorial services.
SMr. 0. S. Lanier, of Bartow, and Mrs.
Tyatt and children, of Tampa, are the
guests of Mrs. J. A. Douglass.
M. H. Zuber was quite seriously in-
Jured one day last week by driving into a
hole left by a wash-out on the DeLand
MrP. Taylor and Miss Ruth Bond, who
have been spending a few weeks on the
beach, returned to their home in DeLand
N Miss Grace Lainhart. of West Palm
Beach, is the guest of Miss Evelyn Clark.
iMs Lainhart is a teacher in the West
Palm Beach high school.
J. H. C. Botefuhr entertained his dau-
ghter and grand-daughter from Jackson-
ville, who came on the excursion Mon-
day. They returned home Tuesday.
The various young people's societies of
the city will join with the Christian En-
deavor society in a temperance meeting
at the Congregational church tomorrow
At the meeting held at the Congrega\
tional church Wednesday evening Rev.
C. M. Bingham was re-elected pastor foi
another year. His salary was increase
one hundred dollars. /
Oranges on the trees about here are
becoming large, plump and inviting. It
will not be long before they assume a
yellowish tinge, when all Florida will be
gladdened once more.
The excursion Monday brought a
large delegation of people to Daytona.
It is estimated that about 500. most of
whom were colored. took advantage of
the low rate to visit friends here.
Dr. W. W. Hoagland left Tuesday for
Denver, Colo., where he will attend col-
kle the coming year. His parents left
few days ago. They will visit New
nork and other eastern points before go-
nng to Denver.
Capt. H. B. Shaw was in town Monday
in the interest of a building and loan
project which has worked so success-
fully in Ormond and Daytona and which
is doing such good work in Miami.-
West Palm Beach Tropical Sun.
Dr. W. E. French writes us from Fair-
port, N. Y., that he will be home tLe
first week in October. Since leaving-here
the doctor has devoted his time to
brightening up on dental surgery ond
the treatment of diseases. He will bring
back with him a number of new instru-
James Carnell, of guava jelly fanme. has
completed his work in Dade county and
returned to his home in Ormond, having
secured two car loads of expressed guava
juice, which he will work up into most
delicious marketable goods. Mr. Carnell
manufactured over five tons of guava
jelly last year and expects to make fully
as great a quantity this winter.
Eight day after Rosh Hashonah. the
Jewish new year. comes Yom Kippur. or
the Day of Atonement. This will lie
next Monday. This is the most solemn
religious festival in the Jewish calendar.
and it will be a day of fasting and aI,-
stinence from toil of every description.
Then follows the Feast of Succoth and
the Tabernacles. all of which religious
event are strictly kept by the Hebrew".
and the festivals are all largely attended.
The following advice is given by a
western exchange at.d is applicable to all
parts of the country: "If you have fre-
quent attacks of sick headache.dizziness.
fainting spells and jaundice, a'conpaniedl
lby chills, chilblains. hog cholera., ange.
ingrowing toe nails, it is a sure sign that
you are not going to live long and it
would be well for you to pay ulp your
subscription to this paper with a year
in advance and thus make yourself -solid
ior a good obituary notice."
At tho old, to,-Tn of S(t Jo>,.lh ,,,n,
herein mad t i.. .. .. ...... .. ..'
the most flourishing seaport of Florida.
Some time n::o i lot t I We.-t Palm millions of brick bats and whole brick
Beach was bs.isi.h1t lyv ti' l;pi'I.-.opIians mark the site of the town that once h;id
and one payl.eiil intsde ion s:iswe. The from 5.000 to 15.000 inhabitants, there
other day J.. I-In ln r:ahaniu warning tliat now are some cattle and sand hill cranes.
the purchase 1:;,1 lle n for cliut h pur- Yet this place. back in the thirties and
no ws ordered tihi rfundling i f ithu forties, was the most important place ill
IWQGrape juice at Rush's.
J. A. Erickson, of DeLand, is over look.
ing after his harness business.
SFor job printing ring up 'phone 18
We can suit you on both price and
The Holiness people will bold open air
services near the poetoffice Sunday after-
noon, at 2:30.
The Woman'- Missionary Society, of
Daytona, will give an. ice cream social
at the home of Mrs. Georg 8ilvernail,
Tuesday, September 23rd, from 4 till 8
o'clock,.for the benefit of Ybor City mis-
sion work. Come one, come all.
T^he Florida East Coast Railway Com-
panty iwued orders for every train and
every employee on the entire line to sus-
pend operations for ten minutes, from
1 to 1:10 o'clock Thursday, as am ptk
of respect to the late President McKinley.
NOT TET SET .
The trial to decide the ownership of
the goods claimed by M. M. Godwin and
attached by the Maleys on a judgment
secured against E. G. Melvin was tried
by a jury last Monday but the jury
could not agree on a verdict.
Another jury was empanelled Tuesday
and the case was heard again. The jury
brought in a verdict against Mr. Godwin.
Godwin, through his attorney, Mr. Bly,
immediately appealed for a new trial on
the ground of an illegal verdict. The
case will come up again in a couple of
MEMORIAL SERVICES HELDl
Memorial services were held at the
Congregational church Thursday at
eleven o'clock, in honor of the nation's
dead chieftain. President McKinley.
At 10:30 the Halifax rifles marched
from the Armory to the Masonic Hall,
where they were joined by members of
the Knight Templars. F. and A. M., K.
of P., G. A. R.. U. C. V., and Red Men.
From there the body marched to the
ThIe church was appropriately draped
for the occasion, and a large coecour'se
of citizens were in attendance at the
The following ministers took part In
the services: Rev. Bingham, of the Con-
gregational 'hurch; Rtev. Hawk, of the
M. E. Church; Rev IConnell, of the Bap-
tist Chlnrch, and RBev. Patillo. of the M.
E. Church South.
The late pressidelnt's favorite hymns
w'r, sn- Ity th.' c'hiir. which consisted
of 3M.- ,. I.- !.. .. -;:!.l1 II. I'. Stew-
art. 111n MtsdTmies Van Lom'kwood and
H. F. Stewart and the .Misses Jolley and
Tloumnp-;mi. Miss Rloiinson was the or-
ga nist for the f,'casion.
Rev. Binghamn read a short biography
of President McKinley, and he and Rev.
Iiawk spoke very ably on the martyred
president's ichar;ne'ter and integrity. Rev.
Paitillo led in prayer and offered bene.
dict ion Rev. Cionniell read several chap-
ters from the' Bileil.
ts a mark if res pe't all business of
I 'eity clo.sed at nine o'cloc-k in the
morning and resniined clos.-d foir the
h'l":lt'ne' of t hle day.
Il reading over the item relating to
thea S :ilreeze council vs. E. E. Starkey I
iind thie petition is signed liy some of the
citizens oi the income rpioratio)n of Seabreeze
and sow that :ai- not citizens of that
burg. It read *-that as a pItition has
t6-nei -irculahted for the removal of our
post4tfli''e-" which is no1t .correct. And
then in readying, thli charges against Mr.
Starkey I tind it read, "'for the.signing of
a petition for thlw taking away 'of sour
naine o'f eli'wz~ ;tindl applying it
vheLre it rightfully h'lonars. The change
was ri;-Jt iand thI ir n nionstrance was
wronIg. is0 our pr.tition lo e* not ai.-k for
their iw-totllite-only oulr own proper
hmanise iick again. And it'also says that
"w, will Ii :rsatly in.onvnii.,escld Ind
haniitsilite'l ii li.' olif're isf niv l." llow
s.-ltishi atnl ilico iisi-.telit. VWhli'n we lost
sair office' slid the's4' gnitlsenuan consider
our in nivenilec-' am humiliation? No,
I ii's. noiit: tlih'y luiiihl4 at us,. and las
muchli a. ail '1I1.-11 yvutrse'lv's if you
can." No\\. \'' hl\te tak'tin th'iii at
their \\, nri. uii ha ilvl.e .t--ii h1'lping oiir-
.elve' \,Iit \\11ll iand ha;li not go)t ail
' \aiisit x.-. luit piatieine and squiare
ed,.iliiig %\ ill er.-ttiailly sit uss righted andi
vilidi.ate I is ful!. I hir nmotto down liere
ins ohl S.isli'~i ze is to ksft iool alid nlot
.et rat il. d1. ':iri.hy avoilfinhg lapses in
Yi Ii knio>w th. oil s i\nr:; "lHe laungls
le-t x h, io ;,ul.h l.-t.'" Right is hloulnd
toi p>iroe, ii w tP, ..),.r 4nr iatt-r.
A SUB -1RILRHR.
.As~ an Pxt. rfii;i iii'!. It oI f mIo(st won-ll-
derIltl l*wii't artsi\ n ;mnl *.urativ l*e x\er.
H' ll.,rl i'I.Siio\\ Linisi,'iati i.:- Iot -qualled
tby ill '% t her iin t ib worll. l'rie,- 2 li and
'il -. Dr. .1. M .1<.'i.-.
The n-.;ii \who rii r tio. n Ili.v-a that
In DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, ETC. il
Before taking our annual inventory
buy anything m o ine at*t
85 -o$n the
Also some special bargains in Shoes and Mm's,
Pants. See our Bargain Counter for
half-price goods a
SPerfume and Toilet Articles. P
* TRY OUR TAR COUGH BAL8AM-25 cents a bottle.
SOeOh *treet.VI 'P P P DATTONA. FLOROIA.
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SOME LOW PRICES!
2 lb black berries, regular price 15c, now
2 lb grated pineapples, regular price 25c, now
1 lb Van Camp's Pork and Beans, regular price 10c, now...............
1 lb Hamburger Steak, regular price 18c, now..........................
Watch this space for prices next week
D. F. MORRISON
FOUNTAIN CITY PHiARI1ACY,
CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,
Has a S.ko't Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
DR. J.1. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA.-
Is located on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every dfI
~.tion 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 are
single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giving a
sunny exposure and light and cheerful. The parlor, office, hails and rotunda hfve
1ppn enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been added and everything done for the
.. nifort anid onvenience of guests. The ball is one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef andit is the especial aim of the management to
keep the table up to its usual excellence. The house is three blocks north of the do.
p t. annd convenient to the Post Offike, Churches, Schools,etc. and is within a mile
of the oXe0 with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or Putoiag, Bate
$2.540 pr v. 10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.
IMfk s- Mj t s als. -eo
. gss2y, g M. u .
5 spupaper m obs the most ef-
beip wW of t~ to a reat many
psps at ts sme tim--t Lak
Dlm7yWatumin, the bnfimt editor
f th e CO oursJl. mkys that an-
od shd bhbe killed the sme a
A conry editor, ti writing of a new
to t leO ch mre choir. sey.:
r vel s sonaft as better in August
WomtdMras a pair of 1.96 trous-
A Kamns bumiad quit king mhis
wi ewassb he thought the practice Uan-
ON. His wl esanght him kissing
Svenr woman, amd now he is ala-
g hty mmyedmid of the truth of his
,oMTweo important questions will soon
Sadmmd te attention of ourlaw makers.
r atisto derise mas of ridding tih
s y of ainMeift the other to limt
g power ofmthe,
h.8d ss and tan mmssyourself
to eaovomeatlon. To avoid
1, t Isn pubic p maintain a,
d sad qui demsea or.
tAlsr alongqmt in South Africa, Mr.
K lns-- heterme to .Easaid, and is
i hg- .opa with his literary labors.
OmfMsEt eenat stories is "How
Sth~Isped Got bis Spots," which will
b he ihed soom in the Ladies Home
r Ay d mIt who is in doubt as to
ili parties ab ould fa on
I iP dN V iliedy between labor
~splboil,ooeaolty to ask himself on
. whdioe tih fe me would Jelerson
011 JakconS ad hemmlves wen they
e smth today.-rmafola Journal.
O ty~ i wes =M o and people from
aIIrWSof the Stats will be wending
r way to Jaeksovtlle to visit Flor-
M '~Mftattelir. Every effort be-
1 m u s u ths management to have
OIlkIrIeomphteseses ia every way.
3-0 tfh eoIntmIse I the State have
R app RrpuWtiaoiar an exhibit and
th balance of them cannot afford to
*is tis g st oppo.-L..ity to show
waSt ImNam pom.Everbody pull
Or theState lair and show your interest
hI F orikm
service, and the quickest -thedules. For SPEER'S
rtwrvations. etc., call on or write F. 1 R A 0P E I N E S
Jollv. Division l'assenger Agent. .lack- G APO A
sonville. B. W. Wrenn, 'asa.nga.r TratictALSO
nvlle. .W.Wnna grTrt UNFERMENTED GRAPE JUICE.
Manager, Savannah. And *** Climax Brandy.
RICE AS A FOOD.
Aa Okishoa editor, who is a deep
fhbor, has ixed a table of rates for Ethielbert Stewart, the secrrtary ,of
ypuihh tgS "aot as they seemm" the economical food. bureau. whoo hain
apuAhe J sno (Tex.) Jimplecute, as been collecting statistic nfor the (;Goeri:-
"aie-s: '"For calli a man a secuss- ment relating to cheap food for the %i age-
Idl eMas when everyone knows he is earners of America. predicts that rit. is!
ilr than a government mule. $2.75; going to become more and niore popular.
he to a dceasedcitienn as one who and will ultimately t'ontiie ,one of tlhe
bl= Mtoy mourwed by the entire corn- staple foods of the Americans. Louiz-i
I it whea we know he will only be lana. Texas and the('arolina"s now turn
aosd by the poker eirles,. 01.08; re- out aiout t0.OAK) tons of rice a Year. but
ruiug to soe gaM wanting female as recently there has been started a itoon
m-i bm lady whom it is a pleasure t in this business, and it is pri-dicted that
to aiet, wh every business man in the production will bte vastly intc.a.
tow had rather me the devil coming, The unitedd States still imports about
Ihook hbar aad all, than to wee her half the ricv called for by the hiotine" *d
ea-fg toward them, $3.19; calling an mand. It is thought this an he .haiunargedl.
iNary pulpit rouader an eminent di- iand that thet home supply %ill. in a f<-w
Vhi, 90 eoats; seadin a tough sinner years. be equa1 to the dteaauund. Ri v
to bhave with poetry. 500.'" now feeds alout half the world. and its
i consumption is growing.
[ "It is a fact." a~avrding tio the Salt
(OfA 1s., O1. Lake City Tribune. thatt ri-- iprtopleoiy.
iboiled-there s an art in that 1.\ tihe
laddesbted to Mr. Georg Clhe way. which not one coo ak in ttwenltv inl
1r he t st cabbage and letter we America has ever actquired-ls just aIt
havle O erN m grown in Florida. \ir. good a iide dish for itefsteak or rroast
O is&a man ofl me jdguient, and one Ieef as lsotattoes, and if a i..rPo, n ill ac-
f th0 UNoA a Mful tr kers in the custonm himself to it for a nllinth he % ill
teO, and bhe l as gerous and larg- prefer it to potatoes at least half tithe
heart~ d asheis piMou." Mr. hItime. And then there are no hot takes
ipan as be If pumprom Mr. Close'for
bght i Md fr m the Old Reliable lor breakfast that onparvs with h(at
[.sl 1. J oStton, who handles ricecaks. The n-ason so much rie is
*ythbehstGdsIto be Lad especially imported is h1-ause wlwre it is raised ili
tadagl to Florida, a makes a pe- athe Orient the worknuiei are miolt a-
d~ ofl tle ast strain of Cabbage tient and do not break so many kernels
ltPIat,lIame, Onion and Tomato in separating the grain from tile hull.
10.L 8e display advertisement in As labor cheawens in this country. moare
thro and more of it will ie raised. and if. by
and by. some genius invents a imachii e
to hull it without breaking it, then tetons
*a Y t of thousands, hundreds of thousands o
-9u swom aumIN6 ftSS a
Va ~ r pm te UhtI fet a
wUel'6bm It I.t pnLN
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE
NINE YEARS OLD.
HIS CELEBRATED WINE is the pure juice
T of the prto Urpe. raised in Sl--rs' vine
ard and left haning uutil they shrink and part-
Sram before gs-henug. It i invaluable
Toele amd Streagthenmgi Properties
are unmrpamsed by any other wanes in the world.
Iming produced under Mr. Speer's personal super-
ision. at hus own vineyards Uhe past forty year.
Iuts purity and g9Mewnenem are guaranteed by the
prncpall Hoita~l aud Boards of Health who
d It. It is particularly beneficial t,
theagd... ljbilitatd and the weaker sex. In every
respt it is A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
iSe that the signature vtf AuLra& SPaK. Pas-
aie. N. J is over the cork of each botUe. 1
Speer's (Socialite) Claret
Is held Int high estimation for Its richness as a Dry
Table Wine. speciamy suited for dinner use.
Speer's P.J. Sherry
Is a wine of Superior Character and partakes of
the rich qualites of the grape from which it as
Speer's *** Climax Brandy
18 A PURE distdlation of the grape, and stands
smnrvaled in thui country for Uedacal urpoes
and equal in every respect to the high price old
mCac Brandme of France, from which it cannot
SOLD BY DRUOGISTS AND GROCERS WHO
KEEP FIRST CLASS WINES
with the God of his fathers, supposed
to be equally clean of mind and guile-
less of soul. now proceeds to the high-
est point of land in the vicinity of the
camp. thus getting as near to the
Great Spirit as it Is possible to do while
on earth. On the way he gathers up a
little soil. a stray leaf. some old tobacco
quidi. a dead fly or bug or two-in fact
anything which may be deemed refuse.
for he Is about to convey to the Great
Spirit that he has cleansed his person
and that all things unclean have gone
These things that he has gathered he
places In a piece of white cloth, which
In turn Is fastened to the end of a long
stick. The other end of the stick Is
thrust Into the ground at the top of the
hill or knoll, and the good Indian has
made medicine. Two days seldom pass
without the repetition of this cere-
mony. It never varies. The scene may
change, the Indian may wander to new
lands or be driven to them. but where
he is there also is his "medicine sweat"
I tent and there he "makes medicine."--
New York Times.
No Pipea Smoked ln Cuba.
Cuba produces so tobacco for chew-
Ing or for pipe smoking. The Cubans
who smoke pipes might be counted on
one's fingers without making a second
round of the fingers. The cigar and the
cigarette prevail. To what extent the
Cuban cigarette night ever become
popular with American smokers Is a
matter beyond determination. It is cer-
tain that most Americans of prolonged
residence become. if they be anokers,
addicted to Cuban brands and find ditB-
culty In weaning themselves back to
American brands on their return.-Re-
view of Reviews.
Joke la a Needle's Point.
Some 30 years ago a firm In S:.n
Francisco sent to a Chinese house in
Canton the smallest and finest kind of
needle as a sample of our skill In deli-
cate handicraft. It was returned to,
them with a bole through the point.
which could only be seen with a micro-
scolpe.- Stereoscopic Photograph.
acre will be cultivated where it is niot
th oht ofOW .. ". II TheNation's
Rice is rapidly reaching a ,-h posi- *
tion in the world as an artic'r of food. i I St C gar.
There is no dispute as to its nutritivei
value or as to it cheapness, and it*' Tit' all Flnirida..
"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
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.
are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo-
ple; They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economi-
cal, and always full measure.
Bingham & Maley.
At alI dr.,g stare. 25 D 2
'I"M ..a' the N AN INDN CEREMONY I.
0-me-sees on ee6111 0 :0com posed
SMu ouaM e Mew tat po-a se which was perform before--- J.C.wcW
Mornm ol Im w h h tolo ~ lins XV, and met wMh the TH"MEDICINMS AT" THAT MAKU 0ES11
Smw kee t pirm it-e is the w~'l vaL The king sent for him. TmH RED MAN CLEAN.
n .i__., d. bo...- wol--- aild t Ifb e had put in an appearance be ----
M-Wej -nk ,t WO--awould probably have obtained a pen- ..t h w m WornELma .L-6mrr wIAM AaiUp
Mb bandaainsa stevery a"a eever.y I .He was, however, of a retiring ft -tM a ast r -
a' b a aint ]iaHe bed .the disposition and could not bring himself ho-.
sympathy ofon when be committed :to face the court. To his friends e n to teev sarmW Funll supply of all kinds of eletrial
,ri-es ainl aast oppression, despot- gave as a reason his republican opin-
Smad tSraa y Americans cold not ions, but bis real reason was his shy- Few, If any, of the writers ppi"Ces and u"pie always on h
hate utterly theweauk that struck blindly ne. Accordingly he fled from the abits, folklore and history f t
agaimnt wrong. though we lamented his court and sought the privacy of a coun- American IndianWbe de. ay Special Attetis to M min WOr
w.try Inn. While he was there a man space to the red ma's Turkish baMth
weapo andaorrowed for his blindness. came in who began telling the company inatWtuton bhoieadei to be F
But the m11c18 t of America is the sOr- that he was the celebrated Rouseeau but recogietd-wlthy i eIn e v
ial of another era; he represents an and proceeded to give an account of but a recognized au efsity la every
element that should have been buried the opera, which he said had been per- camp and a theatre of the daily 41te of
with the cannibal and the savage. that formed before the king with great the Indtan. On tha e ontra, Daytona Ice Co
em~eapls for his redemption-e M men la Rousseau's position on that habits of cleanliness are for- anagr
aeace M for d ptio-h would have felt nothing but contempt eign to the Indian and that beha an WM. WIC G, Manag-r.
is the Apaee in our ddst with whom for the impostor, but this extraordinary Inborn aversion to water except for
it is only safe to be at war. man felt only pity and shame. "I culinary purposes.
Throughout all the regions of civiliza- trembled and blushed so," he tells us By the avidity and frequency with
tion the verdict against the anarchist in his "Confessions." "for fear the man which the Indian ladulges in hli home- g U I C
has gone forth, and the plea for merry is should be found out that It might have made Turkish bath he proves the tfal- U R E IC
but the voice of weakness to which we been thought that I was the Impostor." lacy of this belief and shows that be.
cannotlitenst weendanger thatwhih He was afraid that somebody might as well as his white brother, can live
ca deer thanhlifte. cene is notliberty; come in who knew him and expose the UP to the precept "Cleanliness s next Made from Distilled Water.
is de tan lie. Len not liberty; petender. At last he could bear It no to godllnem." only In the practice the
the freedom to murder or to make mur- longer and slipped out unobserved. Indian puts cleanliness first.
demis is one we cannot accord to any. Very few people would treat an Im- The term Turkish bath is unknown
America has tried to give a refuge to all postor like that.-Westminster Review. to the Indian. He calls that method 9f
the opprwed, but she cannot be expected ablution a "medicine sweat" It is to
to nourish in her boom a snake that T Moideserpt Amtlir. him a rite both physical and spirltuaL
str-a soon ahe has been thoroughly The west African water shrew has for he cleanses his person and then Masgolia Aven-estamAl RLUwadrl
watrkmed. it may be editabe torour' the fur and shape of an otter, a tail like "makes medicine" to his Great Spirit.
warmed. It may be n creditable to ourI an eel and the habits of an aquatic in- That the rite is religiously observed TRANSFER CO
heart that we opened the gates of our ; sect feeder, was shown by a band of Brule Sioux 11LLS TRANSFER t0.
land to such; it is a reproach to our The panda Is a very pretty, beautiful- Indians, who made a journey across Hauls baggage. freight. etc..
statesmanship and a reflection on that ly furred carnivorous creature found in the continent to the east and went into rates reasonable. prompt -.rviie.
common sense of which we last as it the forests of the eastern Himalayas. encampment In, to them, a strange offie Bston arlr Shop.
national characteristic. It is sometimes called the "bear cat." land.
We owe an atonement to .ivilizationu Its fur is a rich red chestnut above and On their arrival even before they I'h, i 77. 5. MILLS. PRO'
s wellastoourselves and that atone- a jet black below, the tail long and raised their tepee poles, they erected .a
meant should be made a. complete' as ringed like a raccoon's, aud its habits "medicine sweat" tent. The framework
possible. The oming of th an it, rather like those of a bear. It sucks up Of this tent I s Of hoofp poles so trained A K ICHSON
possible. Thmade coming of thssible far a hn-water Instead of lapping it and sits up- that it is about nine feet In diameter.
should be made impossible ;t far as hn- on Its haunches to fight. four feet high. flat topped and almost Has opened a harness shop on North
man agencies may avail; the aniarchist The binturong is a kind of Asiatic circular In form.
among us should be forbidden to u w, kinkajou. found in Sumatra and Java. Just within the framework there is a Beach street and is ready todofirst cls'
the mails or the prem to scatter the1 It Is the only prehensile tailed animal bedding of straw about two feet wide. harness and shout repairing. Will shortly
seeds of poison, and the proclamation fi the old world, a distinction which ap- and In the center of the tent there is ave on hand a full stk of haress.
his principles should be promptly fld- pears to have struck naturalists more whole in the ground about three feet in
hi than the detachment of the animal diameter and three feet deep. There but until su.h time I will take or4lersfor
lowedby lile imprisonment. So nmuchfr1 from all other forms. It has a short, are no steam vents or pipe., no marble 811e 1 ahnd .i,, thte sent ,,.r froni my
oar own safety; but there is something blunt htad, woolly. soft fur and teeth slabs, no rubbers and no sheets. When
also we owe the world because of our adapted for getting an honest living by the Indian Is ready for his "medicine DeL.aInd. shop. All kinds of mu1siill in-
former refusal to join in the proafriptiion i almost any means. Its color is black, sweat" a number of stones or rocks struiments inti .trings. anid wingn ma-
we had been asked to adopt. Every na- Its gait slow. its tail very long and pro- are heated to almost white beat and hlirlls and extral arts ion hand.
tion should keep a list of suspected an- hensile. its ears tufted and fringed with dumped Into the hole in the ground.
archist., and we should ask that thsei white. Then the red men. 20 or 25 of them. In Yo"r Patwomhae Solicited.
names be made the common property of a costumeeven scanter than Adam's
the police throughout civilization. It Cryi andGroaning..after the fall. range themselves upon ___
their omin and going be watc. According to a French physician, the straw.ns They si t mummy fashion. SO
let their teachings be studied, and let the yM'ing and groauiug in pain are arms aroundd their shan d packed so
approach of the danger line in pupli. ke eess of physical suffering He close together that even If they would Cabinet Maker and
speech or print be followed by prntit thinks that men should freely relieve they could not move blanket Fancy Wood Worker.
arrest. their sufferins in this way and that When they are all ready, blankets,
Thereare regions of the earth %%hete crying in children should not be re- skinsandcanvasarethrnwaoversthe
the savage yet exists. the reign of law pressed, as in doing so serious conse- framework until the tent Is almost air- tu
does not yet extend over all the earth. quences may be engendered. are passed in and thrown upon the hot Mul.iints an, ..o- i ....11. kil'inds of
and the enemies of law may yet find co- Lyurgus being ake why, In his stones and the "medicine sweat" be- Fiurnitiur- Il-ip riinlar-I, orn Ih'rt iotie
genial climatesand congenial fellowship laws, he had tet dowu no punishment gins. The moment the steam begins to at r '..,,alle plriis.
where they can take their chances with for ingratitude. answered. "I have left rise the Indians begin a chant. which n.I .. F,
less guilty brethren. who have had fewer it to the gods to punish is kept up without terruption until .
opportunities to know better. It is nit the sweat Is over. Packed together,
..... t..necessary .to. .ad conv"ictsethtlve, r n.v i. f, an see his neighbor, the Indians sit. E. E STARKEY,
these outu -lt them betake them- .. .J.. if singing and perspiring for an hour or
selves to the cannable islands and tlh .l.hi,,.W. 'w.is .. "';,,l,-..nr hulun.lr- of more. Not an Indian moves. He .\'l HITE'.
savage tribes, where their ideal exists dollars in trvyinz to it it hi all. Two' neither can nor wants to.
already, aud the weapons to whic-h they 'll- x i lill,!,'>. I ..I. *lti-e.Y -.,,-.1I it." At a signal from the chief or the i (.ENEILt. INTRI.\4'To R
have appealed arein the hands of -ev.,rv l.ire.-of -.ultiT,!. t. I T .1. M..,.. medicine man a section of the tent is |
man.-Times-Union and Citizen. torn away. and with a heave and a
whoop all the bucks make pellmell for
WA\TFr.I-.:VEl:tA. I'i'.OliNS OF C'HUR- the water. A run and a jump. and in -
The Plant System will sull daily, until acter andi iro ,, r',ut:ttiiu ilnl **a. hi st+t' they go. It is just as much sport for
October 20, inclusive, round trip tickets' (oi in tli 's ctomity ir-.iiir-.)t t1o r'-pr- the oldest warrior as for the boy who I
to Buffalo. either via, Cincinnati. Ohio, snt ait, alv-rti-J 1 ,.stalid has not yet won his war bonnet Once tm ratii-
eo I t Ii vuoei ieirna- I nn'ti,#-- ,'. ti.. ,1 i,, .. has not yet won his war bonnet. Once tt .i.'i rtwith
or Washington, D. C., at $33.10 from stand --arv P,*-I. int.]Ih more on land, the Indian, having per- tbtly. Wiil ,.h,'f:llv ,nu-lt with
Jacksonville, lie. with transit limit five ex.n.es ad;.ia, n1. *.Il payavl. i'l .n!h formed a duty he owes to himself and lj.r-.ns 'deirina plan-, anl iuarattet
days in each direction; good returning e:ach Wedi ....ly 01. ir ,.m h ,.,ar *,ti.,s. his neighbor, is ready to "make medi- i.ati-f-intion.-
30 days from date of sale. Round trip fthr. andl .a.rri g furi.h.., !h-n n.*- ce." ThIs is always done after the
.... .. ces.sarv. lRi.Trinir-'. -n .. -ih-l medicine sweat"-in fact it Is part
rates from other points in Florida are drl.4s.i--t'n. .,l I l.i. .l.,narr. and parcel of the ceremony, for it is "l'h,,w,, 1
made by adding one fare to rate fr~m 31 axtin liiildinag. (hi. :,,. regarded as a ceremony.
Jacksonville, which ic h$3.1t) The Indian, clean In person and at
The Plant System has elegant train ---- this moment, before his communion Seabreeze, Florida.
DsgTr ULN--QLtC T1 TO
AND ALL POmiTw BAT AmND o *T.
NO 1 T0 UEM .IANE --ORD&S NWVUCE LEC T*N
THE NEW YORK A FLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. 8. FAST MAIL
To the iem aMeud ?4oseth.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To t er Weet and NoetheWeet.
The Hline through ,The Land of the Sky," Ashevi Hot
Springs. N. C. Finest Summer Rart Sectim ih the
World. Throuw h Sleeping Cars frM Jak- sv-lle to
Asbevilkle and Hot Springs, North CaroliaL
owct of loMa N P NMEW iEi Dlu ,L .
Thro :gh Vestibuled Trains, Pallman Drawing-room Sleepiag Cars, Thrgh
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Cosanctioa with
the Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rates. Sehedulss and Intormatios. eall ao or address
W. T. COSBY. Traveling Passenger Agent, 10 W, Bay St., JACKSONVIJLLU, LA.
3 H. HARDWICK General Paaseager Ag., W.H. TAYLOR. Asvut. G.Pass.Agt.,
WASHINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, GA.
April 25th, 19o01.
Florida East Coast Ry.
Time Table No. 35. In Effeet Sept. 1, 1901.
SOUTH BOUND B Read Down.
(Bead Up) NORTH BOUND.
-.'. I! .!N,,6.4 No.-.oi No.7d8SNo.MNo.l2.
Laniy.Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily D)lye
S WoOOp.lvT Lv ..... Jacksonville Ar 7 f ......
S 0 o*.s, 10 a, .... So Jacksonville ... Lv 6 1 ......
S.plla l. ...... sr. Aug.%ie ..... 5 7 ... 0 0
d 46p .t 4,-.'& ....... Radin ......... .. 5 4.... 4. St ,_
.. 0 7 : p,. ... Kast Palatka ....... 4 705a... .
734r,;ul Paf4'. ......... Neoga .......... 4 3& a ..... .
.. : 4 p,p .: P .... .. Bu nells ........ 4 .....
..... point ... .. ...... .
9 p, IP p, ....... Ormond .. ......" 3f a....
id 9p I a .p ........ Daytona .......... 1 i av ......
s B~vp 14p" Port Orange alI l a i .b
53' 9pw~p07p New Smr ..... 1
5aaM 2:114 Oak U ... H"; 23 3 2 O
0." p .. ... TtT qvi lle.......... I W ... s. 1ia
.. 43 ....... ocoa .. ..... .... ..
3 .....Rockldge Junction.... .
4 H't, Ean(alhe ........." 124% ...2
i 4.... elbo e. .............
p; ..... .....Seba tian ........... t S ... .. ...... 0
5v4,. ... St. Lucie......... I" I11 a .. ...
I p| .. Fort Pierce.. .... 11 0a .... i
1 -2 p ....... *b 1 ...... OB ..
t; 2 pM .. den ......... ... s`0 .. ......
6 p Jensen .......... .. 10.a...
S1 '43P ...... Stuart ........... lU 17a .. i
S 71.- "' ........ Hobe St iound ....... 9 4'a, 1..... '.
.7 25p .. ...... Weit Jupiter 9: .. i -.
757p, West Palm Beach.. 9ut. ....
821,," .. B. vnton .... .S" g83a .
.... UPI .. elr y ......... 2 ;
S15" ..... Fort Lauderdale .. 73a. '
0 571 Lemont ity ..... a .j I
10tj 6,- Ar Miami ... Lv A 1 ..
HiUffl. tParlor Ca sti, io 'rains 35 and 78.
114. No '. 1 15 t.I. Ng.ld-No.Ilbo~
Sund *Sund Dil D a;~ly, MAY1PORT BRANCH. Daily LDailvSun
()WY Only __ e x Su OnlyI
0 Ftpia: 4-15 V-%j M-iL v -3 ."kiWnnvile ......Ar -4:a T* i2:-*p
2 oj h4%i 628piNL M .. 8. 'hwk-sen-lle.. ....- 73Xa ;r. t- 2lVPI....
00p 10 3ft o 6p 9 1!b, .... PnhI',vBeiwh.... ... .... .. Oft. 5 06P 1 50 .
2 45P1 6p l "i u~p 9 15%,At:AninW' Bch .7ta5Apl4j
a 1.1n 9 *44:& .A r ~vn.,rt F 1 it 4 45t, 1
Daily ]Dnuilv Daily Daily Da-;ly Daily DalyD@_~aNCHaiy -Y:
30 6 35P D-7fai'sm i ED ily D .
7 8 ._12 p 11- 55a 655aAr E-i4t Paliatka- .Iv 6t5 laa 7 OtJ 1#12 o tI h, ('(#P!;
No.5, NE.4a hAN MATEO BRtANCH. DiyDiy
Daily Daily' Daly-
- --, Lv Eaist Palatka. -.1r-4Qa e
8 sp .540s! Ar San Mateo v
No.1 2R' NE.CITY No 12
BRANCH.4 (IT Daily Daily SANFORD BRANCH. Dow-y
3 14p Lv. *New d-wmrnia. .Ar 6 40p 7e6a Lv .......Titii.4rie .. Ar
4 21p ". Lake tio1en Lv 5.i Iva "4 Mims Lv, I6
4 9ftp ." .. .. range~itv 51l1- b.JU "a O4teen. l5
4 45pAr .()rang~e(City Jc. 5L5ulv SS.ai ....... Enterprise-.. 2
9:01..i'Ar ... ........-Sanford 11 Oft
Th.emTi ne Tabl.4-t h',-w the timO4 at which trains mayv be exwected to ar,4v. anqid doar
from the several -caj ,mni. but tht-ir arrival or departures at the, timej stated 1% not ~guaraa
teed. nor diw'i the C nmpany hold itself responsible for any delay or any coasequence.s ib
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAXSKIP CONNECTIONS AT XT AXL
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. *
Leave Miami Mondavy an Fridays 1006 pm Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays ...100.
Arrive Key West Tuh. and Sat irdays 1 W pm Arrive Key West Weds, and B ta 0. 0
- Lavye Key WetTues. and Sundays .. 7a3pm Leave K#y West Thu. and Suns .. 4pa--
Arrive Havana Wed.. and Mondays 5 am Arrive Mimi Fridays and Mondays.... 400
For oopy of local time card address any Agent. i
J. D. RAt I*. Amt. Gen. Pam. Ag-et.ST. AUGUSTIlw Jr |
A. Ceci. Barnett,
Stenographer and Typewriter
C ovaix nr anid Manifoltding a SisNitlth.
-P'. (. lox 4,;--
IP ", :;ill> (' n. i t !-, ...*il .r..7.. t-l,.T l..
am mama aamamaaamaaa mama
SAt a* Pan-American E
w) on sale via
Tl coadth moa puts a carelem am
omdd the waist of a hatless girl, as
or theI dMsm and mdless roads in a
hoemle Carne whirl. Like a leadles
b fhrem nshammerhm gun by moke-
lesspwdsrdrives, theyByto taste the
mss m sa joy by 7MoS givo m Though
Via ro7 Ih his CeO-IS purse a&for
hmino as eh with a "&de" of stringless
haas he p- a tobaccoles cigarette
ad bughea mirthlem lagh when paper
tis tIo eax her beack by wireless tele-
Ito *211 X* -.. lu I I .
as thard5, gardens, cottoMs,
-oa eeambers, tomatsea,
*er fruitsand etabies fnom
as of ismets without the me of
p ray. Send $1.00 for sample
PM WANTED IN EVERY
J. B. 8U'TTON. Sedman,
l. notice in another column.
mSE EEZE SlAUGUIDl.'
C. M. Bingham, family and Miss
aw at Surf Crmt.
BHerrick has just completed a
boat for (has. Balough and it is a
Mallery. Bardiek and Weath-
have about completed the cottage
8. Pike. a pleasant young English-
fronm Kimimmee, has just finished a
weeks' outing at Seaside Inn.
MIrMl has been circulating among
men here during the past week
H itereta of Baker & Holmes.
msebool trustees have procured a
pole to be ued as a flag staff in
of the school building this winter.
AB places of business and work on the
mubut buildings was suspended on
f.jimay in honor of PIesident
OoL Pot received a pair of baboons
&im the North on Wednesday which are
tatkethe pleae of the ones which re-
John F. Beerecke, Ph. D., M. D., and
It returned to their profeseional duties
at DeLand after a pleasant month's rest
Mrs. A. S. Barnett. who has been visit-
i gher daughter in Jacksonville the past
a i weeks, is expected to return home on
Mo. dayl next.
Mrs. Hatch, of Eau Gallie, who has
,e sea visiting Mrs. Wesley Herrick and
I a Sarah Lund, returned hone the
t of the week.
l- The work on North Valley steet,
Which was suspended some days ago,
Sha been rerumed and the start is now
m marled from Seahreese avenue to Wil-
Work on the new open house is pro-
gnesing rapidly and the "whispering
winds" tell us that there will be some
mte dances in this structure during the
A delightful impromptu danto was
given by the Misses Sip.iulding at Surf
Crest to the immediate neightlors and
gutes of Seaside lnu. A most enjoyable
Time was silent.
T. F. Whitten has @moved his stock of
grocries to the new store built by Mr.
Stewart and his household effects to the
Sesbrpveel Hotel. He hopes to have a
S ew building ready by lth intber.
Mis Minnie E. Neal and friends arrived
at Seaside Inn on Friday for a jolly good
time. Miss Neal is promiiiiently etIgatged
in the W. C. T. I. work at lIL.Lid nl uid
Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.
Mus. Agnes Wicking. of Daytona. is
visiting Mrs. Claude Heston at Seabreee.
Harry Bucklan and family have rented
the Elbert Rogers cottage at Seabreez..
and are pleasantly located for the winter.
Both the Carson cottages are rented
for the winter Peasop. The beach is le-
coming more popular as a winter resort.
Geo. Lyle, of tan Mateo, has lie-n
quite sick at the Seaside Inn but is r--
eovering under the able advice of IOr. Van
The Miaves Roberts and Metcalf are at
L. 8. Burdicks for a change. Miss Met-
calf is recovering slowly from a severe
and longer illness.
Nevah Straughn leaves the beach on<
Monday after a long and delightful sum-
ner filled to the brim with fun and en-
joyment. She will stop with Mrs. I). IB.
Manley at Sanford for a few days and
then proceed with Mlrs. Straughn to
Orlando. The ladies have made thein-
selves almost indispensable to social
functions at .teabreeze and will lie
oun may bridle the appetite, list you
cannot bribe the liver to do its work
well. You must be honest with it. help,
it along a little now and then with a
done of Herbine, the best liver regulaitor.
Price .0 eta. |lr. .1. M. ones.
TABLE of M TIDIS.
Week beginning Sept. 22, 1901.
Sunday...... ..... ......... 1:24
Monday ................. 2:2
Tueslay........................ .... :30
Wednesday ...................... 4:23.,
Thursday .......................... :17
Friday. .............................. ;: 5
Nat unlay.............. ... ..... ( 2:.2
Sl ndi y.............................. 7:30 .i
M onday............................. ,::/
Tuesday ................... ....... -17
W e\ lid sda l v; .....................*** I .',
Thursdl;.ay..... .......... 1 1 :
F'i,41.v 1 ->..-i0
r i % .............................. i : v .......
Saturil y ..........................12::.S 1:09
W1ANTE:II-EV:EHA.l I'Eli,.NS OF ('HAr-
a-ter and good< reputation in teach State
(onei iii this cotiunty required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy Iblmsiniies lioise. of solid tinaincial
standing. Salary $18.00 \w ekly with
exliliies a dilition al. all payable ill cah
ea.lh Wodn.eslay direct from head oflit.s.
Hort. and carriage furnished when nec-
ess; ary. lReferences. Enclose self-ad-
lress.ld-staiu;t iNi envelope. Manager,
:16;( Caxtoin Building. Chicago.
i W Port Orange %
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lItor l )uI In \I\Aih d0own tt .\Ne\
: Holly Hill News. Smnrna last wek.
**************** 0* e .Mrs. IFair aniiI tlihe chiliv ilrov, over
On Thursday a small party of Iolly Ito h1ier father's h' iim.- tne"ar I).Lanlrd last
Uillites escorted Miss Donegan to the Slt idiy1 iimtendliig to r,etir in ik al iut a
B*lig Tree." The-re is an iun.comifortalile. t'li
notice on the gate whiIch n-mads "'-ss- Mr. Fai'r lias soil his lhirs,, l>i n to Mr.
passing llnot nallowcd." bilt ia good Saina- Claytoii our -ti<>ii fon formanii.
ritain caitle %% ithIi ia kLv aiiil iiiltot-ked t ,he i i i i
St a l \ W illiam i .lohnssil a hl;s ,r.h-ted a very
idoor.s rt bI'ildiliz onil tih, four i til4 i ,ri''-. wvhic'h
pass through fi t toin lpirelithiension.~.I, intends o-iiiiupy ;in. iii lta i al fish
On Moidiay we hald a visit froin Mi -' market.
L. M ann, w ho aint exi -t liig toi iihid lt.i h I ;.1 i i li ha s li.ei visit-
chKilo open. Iut tihe chilrn u ill ing Mrs. rnk spiarkimai. rt-irnmi
be calle ullpon to resuile thl-ir i"stiudts 1o i Mn4.,.I. T h.g oun Ili..I vtr
until the lt30th of Seipteini.r wlihen tlhe i
new term will twgin. We are all glad to t
have Miss. Mann withi us auain anl :lit l.lay inilte a l, ir'i iarti. i youinig
pleased to see Iher looking l o well after lflkL tl'rov tli to Siipruce. ti,, ttendll
her sunmner in the highlatids of Northi lhitin.l
Carolina. Mr-. l)iDuponl i t ;i- I t nIli.eces viitilig
(In Tuesday tGe Harris. Mr-. Cari.t- .r. t 'la ,gl s t hr Itrt th .r h li ve
and Mirs. lhalth wervn in at.ittnlanl.- at Hi *t ..\ligisti
the farewell afternoon tea -ivtuii li" 11,v. ( Quite a iimibr eint front li re to at
4'. Arnold. The weather lookeil so telnd tlie i.ntittiiitia i s-r \i -.- in Daytona
threatening only a it\\ of lhis plarishiion- Tlhurslay mrliiiiiiii lit honor of ti-e late
ers venturetl otlil, buit :a pI ilasait htiio' pfetidtlil.i
was silent andl nilolw i. li-hir r pastor I~t ,brtsoiin \w %i at litiore. reportedly
ion voyage on his journey Ito I aliforiia. hlit r. iovet lt ,Id all his work
and hole tll he lint- niti.h-l> ii d.dl.'tl.li-ni wn 'll Il' n lda., v til attctiit ofiit ium.iiionrial ser-
ientetit himu eitv his irui liIn NoI.temil-.r. I.
>.LI notn tha in llst \.vks i~-u< ni\ 1. ls on a hl salc-man ol tlh m I
is taking ret for tlhe winter's w ork. We lit i 1pie olt \mil. fi ii ai lt ''lirian o thli
t sister t'orresjN'diili-it \\;i\'- t 4 !'iiilil li i t e w i' in iown this
rLeonard Gill. twe enterpriing man- ethical about the ai4vtitn t if atiiuni.n To ,,k.
ager of the Clarendon Inn. will have b sur th iiilh..ot oIhit (,il\tivi\s a
charge of te imanagiemtent i of tiew ''olin- io y tower) tblurishies at little fiartiher WVh;it. ii hI,., li,',iit.r I. lt,,1i a gn to.l
made the coming winter, and thle house Ni4 rth th i r tle t nion pro .-ii' ,lI,,,i|t.ki-,l,., il-n ;f.la miai thaitl Ia(tils al
so doubt will beonw me ntir popular that i h.ath is found. uit wit ii h!. t .tnll sign I iu,,iml,4 t.r it.- it tIl t- i.. ..at s-
eve. ofthe com ing fall is that tl t. h nli rv Ill a irf- tt i,. t h,,rtl. h,,-i ."lli i-
MiU Dorothv Norton. a .hai.rmiingnioulting attil vte t.et very f.-%k I :s. k
mu.g lady frotm Eusti-e. is i at tIe iea h !True. the golden rod al.t ii".tl- Ini t flit, Thr, ..,,. i ,.i .. ;liOii
Houw with ter mother. Miss 11,orothy therinoneter indic.ite.ls thalt tti-da hl- ;.| l a.- wais
in an aconimlishted iusmt-isil andt an tie- no cooler than duirinig the nt-t of tl- ,,.
qulition to tlhe four hundn-d of Sea- summer, and it has ran.ly il-iin hI h.r t, ii ,n' iliI
^bw ., than S. d<-gn-es.
Quite a number of citizeni fronl .ea- Mr. and Mrs. 'oston nitvid on TI huI BATHS ;:i,, l at i ,,i.
brerm attended the memorial s irv it cs at day tit a t ouit n ia- r the uill lt 1 ,lt!' I n ii t, Itit-. .i- oi;ital,
the Congo rational Chun-h in liaytona 1Hill North.
oam Thursday last, among tenm lhieing
veral members of tle order of Knights So meni gen t rii \ i hil, r t- t I-'. ant-
of Pythias. waiting for guivat olplortuniti.-s.- A N EL A 9 E
Mrs. W. H1. Mclnutyre. Mliani. ihas i.een
6ejoyinga week at Sasidte Inn, doing
Sll justice to tie fine ibathiiuig Mrs.
Mdntyre has made mannyv friend ds during
hw visit. who did their lb.st to indu-e lher
to prolong her stay.
J. N. Fuquay will receive several pairs
l ddpralri dogs from New Mexico which
6 be quite a curiosity to the people
har. Mr. Fuquay is constantly plied
with questions as to when they will ar-
i s, al everyot. is aiixious to -i.e thenla.
"r CI Johnson has begun work on Ithe
Sew casino and pier at the eastern end
Sdl eabeee Are. Stakes were driven on
' FidS.T Mr. Keating is fdortunilate iIn -
Cning Mr. Johnson and will have a
thorough and ioinsientioi'is jo. The
Seimo will be 5o by t) feet and t1i pier
wl be 800 feet long, running to the
Johbae Strother., better known as
L, crated quite a wensat i n last Tues-
"i ,al bt by "losing hiniself." At dark
man's popularity. ll. ike.l,11nah s ,ilrdl, .tmotni iieauiriulwon
sprouts oine day and w it lhnr'- tli- nMit
WE OFFER THIS WEEK
M ens 2 .] 0 slhoe s fo r........ ... ...... .................. .. ........ .. ....
Ladies 2.23 shoes for...... ....................... ... .. .......
B oys 2.25- sloes fm, ..................... ................ 1 .. ... .. .......
toys 2.(1 shoes for.............. ... ............... .... ...... ..... 2:
Misses and girls 2.00 sli s for ......................... 1
Brto added silk iin lor,'hiif .... .. ...... ....
T iurki-h bath tI tvt.i s e.atvi... ...... ....... .......... ..
tlen and woinn- union suit ut
Ladies vests 23v. to...... ................. ...............................
We sell nearly everything an id our l p t l -.s an. Di ", t ilsi ,,
when.. Ju ist nr~ ived as-hi.l il if lan lk,'ti'.. h t ,- til- it
and school s liiIeIse W ill hali '. a,, ila.l"..-hiill, : 1, ',i Ii., h t d
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patrons with Bread, Cakes, Pies and in
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owices &Ed Yard= HM4 OWN&
Old CWea"Loodkq Eosq Fro
0-0-- S SS
-1 deant bat wet you will Jst
haew St &gml, Cyrus" ma Colaued!
im -"Il law em- to be pretty
deh a the ibjeCt. W- the state
Ines a ead a Ichrter adml a town
I-m Ift the riht of way. the aluread
aem e ema take at a fair apprasled
ab amy rp rty lying in the line of
a nrWW., oiNed the owner refuses
to aB at a~ d price. That covers
O n ftaIm tbs kce. You refuse to
SL d- cmmiaay a strip oe the south
S Ft e orchard. The state ays to
eNm* aamy. "We give yea the right to
g that land at ear appralsaL'
i ta -m t for the owmer to protest.
? Tlaw ma dea mlth for bim. If
lmte was a ghast of a chnce to light.
oma I'd be glad to do what I could
tr yew Bat a lawyer can't do any-
S l wham there's o law on his side."
Otlml Bwher tipped his chair back
a thaew me leg over the corner of
We MBuPd table. An old ma, trem-
M a wh tmpoteat rage. sat la a rick-
j e io k s the other side ot the
ta l. H echi quiveed ad his thin
e amt "epala and chatting as the
aw vTaw lawyer spoke.
ha gI the law can't do anything
ar i3 do it for myself." cried the
SM usa. rIIag h bis withered fist
da-sea w am of the chair. -1'l ee
f a e ki be robbed of what's be'n
I Ifla str -0 year aad be'a In the family
agrmoa saas IrVed"
Sh yoe wea't do anything rash.
"* saMd the coloml blandly. "It's
a whao the welfare of the many
aaamO the weare of the individual.
S I ae. 2e law provides o recourse
fg l tl vlal I secta case."
1 p4 dma with the law. I tell ye!"
S -8 t moha am fiercely. "I'm de-
Samyatlf sow. I aid ef the
I xa at help ma I'd help myself.
S" II they kia a their consarned
*b Oh io my orchard without my
3nh a. A ma's proputty's his
Sw. W at't so law that kin knock
r on "aat ema the Tea Command-
o k-eal BDwker accompaaled his
60e ef t o the door. "Better be cam-
tia. Cyras," he said as the old man lately welL
Ml dawa the steps. "Don't do any-. Light the lantern!" cried the pant-
IMtoI lLhajry. Take time to think it ug old man at last. His wife took the
er. And remember that I am always match he flung her and kindled the
mdy to se ti you oa any point that slight flame in the dusty globe, Cyrus,
i emmow" bent and adjusted the chain anew tIy
pW Slaekpael drove home in a the canesdle's feeble light. Then the
f L Be was me of those old oxen strained together once more. but
Swha as set as the everlasting the biggest stump of all would not
s ad th ft that everything o. The long. tough roots were
g mm d tf he aray d agalast his will i wedged between and under the rails.
Saf ft ie y sered M. to make "God" groaned the old man. It was
ia r si sroer. He wa bound I the bortet of prayers, but it was a
Sprerd that the new railroad prayerand otan Imprecation.
i throughh his "orchard. "Hark"' cried the trembling old wife.
si Bau reasom why tit From far off through the darkness
h u... lUrast of way ex ame a faint rumbling sound. It was
fb us-d.4 oroe mot oWY thet ending train from Wilmington:
to a* w mt. Te ltaus to the or d "Cyrus." exclaimed the woman, "red
al mt eI bU h risnther's father lighbt 'll stop 'em. I've beard so. Hain't
d l ata nad wri kd trunks we got anything to make a red light
d bO d o g slace passed the with? Quick!"
i edm lt atInga They only served Cyrus disgorged the contents of all
to mber the goam bat Cyr would his pockets at one sweep. Among them
Sa OI w an plant new ons was an old fashioned red bandanna
f a won Ba t PMof G l order of handkerchief. His wife seized it. with
blgs% aad Cyrus was a conservative a cry of joy, and. catching up the lan-
Sthe sMsamtives. A peck of bitter, terno hastened down the track toward
M wi h fro the old the approaching train. She turned ul,
tn wasa mer to blae Ilking than a the wick of the lantern until it smoked
bid of sond aid tooth efruilt furiously. Then she wrapped the red
tem eand more eigers"u stock. handkerchief around the globe, held
ha S art modn rad should the lantern up In both hands and slow-
halaft vm blh e owrahrd was ly swayed It to and fro.
at to b eamIed. It wet against the The train was almost upon her be-
edman's p als, and that grain was fore the engineer saw the falnt red
oj signaL But the alrbrakes did their
As it bammel however. Cyrus magic work. and the engine stopped
toamkpo fell latothe clutches of a me- within 20 feet of the last huge. bris-
Vae attack of loammuatory rbeuma- tlng stump of Cyrus Stackpole's fence
m se a after h Tt to Colonelcrs the railroad. Frank Stackpole
Iewm r's law edee aad about the time was one of the first passengers to leap
we the railroad came to grade from the Intercepted train.
Sa1 prepare the roadbed acroe hisl "What In thunder-why, father's old
mbar&i. The work was all dove while orchard." he exclaimed. "And here's-
e OM man was groaning and fuming mother"" He caught a tottering, gray
t had. and by the time he got about i hatred figure In his strong arms. Mrs.
*#a a the ties and ralls were laid Stackpole. like all heroines, had first
. h hi orchard. Then the frt accomplished her deed and then faint-
t ea came atog. roaring triumphant- ed away.
% mad vTmitmag black smoke over The railroad company did not enter
what maMd of the anelent apple a complaint against Cyrus Stackpole.
me '. His big. black bearded, healthy son
Upma thi" Cyras bestirred limael, may have had something to do with
thah physical exertoo still sent ex-1 that and he may not. Very likely the
elatlng paeim through his Joints, unrest,-ceted and undisputed right of
ON& raegur pasmeger train schedule way through the old man's orchard
ad ibea lao operation jst a day when was an Inducement. At any rate. the
he boAo to do for himself what the matter was dropped, and Cyrus Stack-
Bw1 eaa aet or would not do for him. pole proved to be so subdued IDn spirit
At 1 o'eleck ea a Tuesday afternoon, that only two days after his stump
1a wVM having driven to the village, fence disappeared from the track be
Ors b lehed up a yoke of oxen and rode through his own orchard on one
n drag mps from the stump of the detested trains on his way to
the oerth side of the orchard Wilmington with his son to buy a
to the railroad bed. He chose the lar- brand new suit of clothes and "see the
mat ad seam t and toughest stumps sights."-New York Evening Post.
S he .ad ad aad by 6 o'clock had a -
Wmadble fneam bulkt across the rail- mLauhter saved the tlbp.
111md the exact boundary of u his Humor has been credited with the
o0 direction f toe stum which thes having of many things, but perhaps
So h dectlo flfrom which thea never before has a ship been saved by
210 3 & weui approach. the train Its Judicious application. In a great
g de to pass at 8 storm many years ago a ship's crew
Vem kithke em-ua Should a ocot' were all at prayers. when a boy burst
mo" i strike Ile1e rmWdable roots Into a fit of violent iughlter. Being re-
taM Ofthe staap would only be p o b o m tr a.^
the f the tump would only be proved for his I timed mirth an. asked
Aft bU w late the o sop s s oae- the reason for It. he said. "Vbhy. I was
S | Tf t'ha.tosItworusmash. andn laughing to think what a hisziug the
b t that It would not boatswain's red nose will make when It
f- WMeu altes past whecomes la contact with the water." This
VtieabMa w i tmpper. st 6 was, tdicrous remark set the crew laugb-
M^aw r ter C hru t In lwg. Inspired them with new spirits.
4 0 OW NS U sand gSind thatS aid by a great exertion they brought
vvra was Wiidn trom the vessel safely Into portL-Liverpool
ba-- by a Ie *= lanod. When be pet.
4*11 ut ap fomthe aw orchard with
Ia NM"aS OW e wif met him at the A Pfressor em Rowling.
bAmdkam A story is told about a well known
& a Ier for ir ." sae ald. Oxford doa who knew more about the
tra C,;ilar Ibuttton-. Woe ha-Il i-arly
rea:i'heq '. Buffalo wii jI~'i ~~*i~~r~
that alL ly Ci h .1, a- wella" a.y
n~a'1.~il..' ,'re nnt lw- ia 1hu;Jk
wa '.1..g' f''r tt -1 ~- lI hai L rr-
gott' ii to) "4.'idf,-:'. -A It-w 'in '!w-i' re
dup~hiiatt- i~- f my v ll'-'' 1.a
to the 4-,' y mL.,re I was- to pb.'ni ii te
coulrse of l.--tur'-s..
"I '-:aib-ito) York to Tid
on mny Clo lotg.Iiut wt- "re lrt a-ly
uari&'a I.--15hi 'urs ah*aI f ,liv-next *-x-
pru.ss aud hl' ?jw --' t arriv. ,, .,jTx, .'n
Ju~.t in tiMjV to) a-ha Im!.I',f l ui f
toii~l .tdJ get to tbelct,_ttr*! r.4,t~i,.
janu-t zIl"' J.a rt .d
anew Not a b"m
- some a Smo*@M
t bIsof ie
r ad. w-iw -- -n Ow"
Ifdt_ h e flor b" he -emande'
to m It wM, wlt ast pr- ery, I he tg W b w sm Sm a do
-A"_ Me.. S a a 1 1b tn y
Uft OP 010te HeisMrstackpder lb an h Oa e CbmO wthy bemiow-
we and" MP emendMr -c-k ; Uee p F ,
ft opV a lo tofplafte 555was 7lugtWM 4= therim oa s aimbrow.
to the edl bt mta eve the terrn. IMyt e t i
Sfrm a, cro v7 e tde the o hars u O athe wae b
emok a- t e Id oker elicited thefor ~ Or *th of Oam.Oby 0o 0>t 51ml
dM adt he nes trem Cyrus. The
S mr iad ltter ed ifr e m the old man's
Im I tot G oruras he ra n, an rs.
Itacspde stooped aid picked it up with
bakt tagerm. Something in that let- The
tA. he knew, hadesed her bus- Abentainded
Seds suddesr dismay. -l o ctn ad aus
8e i m rst to the signature. It h .
was from Frank their own dear boy. Doctor.
theam whom they had met head for two ------
yearsa ad whom they In a about given gh i mo
p tor dod m a he disappeared in the One of New York's best known phy-
Almaa di LamleH. He wrote: sicians has also the reputation of being
Srt -- -otm .- mm b.t one of the most absentminded of men.
b-- r k : av'E leemout 4 dt teworld, He was engaged the other evening
Potidnfy, m e I wrote you Ime-lin in a stuffing a trunk and dress suit case
b is oe be~d civilatia. Will teln you with clothing and manuscripts prepar-
a I t y e oe a r- d story to starting immediately for a
ew, ad I m ecw you by train the sarw een- western city where he was to lecture
Hi I set s Wiemingta. God blem ywa both: before a convention of pathologists on
Iwhly. F-L that branch of therapeutics which had
What was there In that blessed letter brought him fame. A number of his
that could hae caused her husband professional friends who were to ac-
such distress? Mrs. Stackpole wiped company him were in waiting. The lug-
the tears of joy from her eyes and sped gage was well on its way to the rail-
out to the barn. way station. the doctor and his friends
-Cyrus," she cried. "what on airth following, when his friends were sur-
air ye dolng?" praised to see the doctor start suddenly
S Cyrus was hurriedly replacing the as though he had suffered a cardiac
yoke on the necks of the weary oxen. shock and clasp his breast on the left
His hands trembled.l is face was over- side. They threw their arms about him
spread with an ashen gray pallor, to support him and prevent him from
"Glt out o' the way:' he shouted as falling, but the doctor waved them off
he lashed the oxen from the barn. the and smiled.
long chain that dangled from the yoke "Boys," he exclaimed., "Ie forgot to
clattering behind. He caught a lantern bring any money with me. It's one on
frem a ail and hurried after the star- me. Come back to the office a minute.
tied and bewildered beasts, and we'll bae a drop o. that co -th
S "Where air ye going. Cyrus'! de- you all know so well." The invitation
maided his wife. following the dis- was readily accepted by his fellows.
traced old man as he led the oxen over who were hilarious at the j,,ke on the
the crest of the bill to the orchard bars. man who was to devote one of his se-
Cyrus made no reply, and his wife fol- ries of lectures to "'the loss of memory.
lowed him. Then she saw the bristling its c causes and remedly." :1ea1,, in his
stump fence across.the railroad, and study. he sad:
the whole dreadful truth flashed upon -"oy-, we are a bit early for the
her. Cyrus had built a fence to stop or train. and while weT're- wat;ng -ii'.ll -1
wreck the next train, and that was the you of an ein!,arr:I-j .xin e-xprin. -
very train that Frank had written be which halptned n:e a- a r,.-uit of myly
should take from Wilmington: treasehlier,,us Loemory on my laht t,,tr
The village station was a mile be- through the w.-t.
yond the Stackpole farm. The traiD "Two of us started froi,..m N.w Yk.
would not have even begun to slow Dr. Blak. a tail f.llw -lf.
down when it passed through the or- but a Preat d,-al rr- tL.,ht hful ,f lit-
chard. It was already getting dusk. It tie things that u ak- I.f,'" la' way a
would be pitch dark by the time the bit smother at tinu-. II-, ,h..! :trr-aang-
train came along in just an hour. edl everythin not fr ",-rtin ~'.-- -
Se~by Dr.J. M.JGM@n.
ri-guit. 1ii tLiu'-r I w I4 ; ; i ;a r .aie
costume of i'-,: -,v"-r-d with d( ?.%t
anI- not lit to be pr. v 's.ntd to i- j il- Remarkable Memorles.
di'nie who were a:rT i.:pating muwch. "Memory." said old Fuller, the au-
ev.n in the way "f dr.-s., f:noii a N.-w thor of the "'VWorthies," who himself
Yurk spe, ial t. My liut-u was thor- possess d a wonderful power of remil
ou.b'y s.il,.d -,,i thy.. trip. aud I didn't ui.4iceicLe. "is the storehouse of the
have time to buy n -w shir-ts. ,.llars or w:ind, wherein the treasures thereof
cuffs. Dr. Blank i .l i1r.,ui.ht .,-ver'jil are klipt and prese-rved." It is unques-
suits of (.loths. w:"., h;UI a" ..li aI a tionably true that as a rule great writ-
good supply of lIut -. 4o we o.1-r,:an1e ers have had memories of more than
this obstacle and th,,;iht l'tl- inre ordinary tenacity and range. The fac-
Sabout it. Hut linen! and out-ld e wi.a,- uliy of reminiscence feeds the fires of
ing apparel werevt the only thing., I the imagination and keeps lucid and
found I needed whe-n I b eitgan t, take orderly the seq.'uence of philosophic
advantage of Blank's gvei-'rou.' offer o, thought. How much Milton, for exam-
clothe myself from ski) to head cover- pie. profited by his prehensile and
ing. I only wore nmy own shi.s be- trustworthy memory is evident. Not
cause Blank's wx.re vne size smaller only such poems as "Lycidas," but
and a trifle nari.,w.-r than n:!.. But
other than furnis.hl:g; iu-. w.th fo. t-
wear I was ce,-t. tl.;oa o; uti7',
Blank's wardrobe. It was nt even!;, i
dres?. but a suit of the frock .-ut. w i;, ii
answered very well. and I ,i,''.ol-,r.. 1
it at least semiapprupriate for thie e~-
"The lecture hall was but a -'i:,t
way from the hotel. and I told Blantk r,.
go ahead and I would fol.lw :a:. :--
diately. as we we-re now soii, lij;,nut-s
late. Blank obeyed and ann,"unce.d tLat
I would soon be there, as I wa'i thin!
dressing. After dres.-ing I d<.o\x-rt-il I
was low in futrls. v.ry I:w. a:,l ,,f
cours-.. (i.siring to ke'ep iil) t!.,i reiitai-
tion of the proft-.-ein in thI m*-trplil 5.
I didn't care to go amn,,:,g tranatgrs
without enough mnioney to st;-!taia this
reputation in case- of ain m'lerglin'y.
"I searched thruzhl tilt. pockets of'
the clothing I had d:.>'ard'-d and. writ-
Ing a check for $l','. nrus!e d to the de.k
of the hotel to have it -ca.htid. I passed
It to the clerk with that r-iquest. I sup-,
pose he amiitoo"k miy haste for exi.ite-
:rent and looked at me suspicioc-ly :.as
he read the signature on thil ch'--k. I
requested that he would n.,t d'-'lvy me
and showed huim my 1minam on thl- regis-
ter. where Bla;,k l.a1l r,-gist.-re.d f,_,r muiie.
1 quickly discrni'-d the .-xexr.--.-.i ,.f
suspicion in the clirk', f:a e. wa'! it
made me angry. .\gain I dlian;ir.led
that he grar't iy lrqu,- st at on-z..
How are -, to.) kniow yVu ar.e theI
person whose signature is o'i this
check?' he asked.
"I told him 1 d.i'i't k:i..w hLw he
was to know It. but that I was a guest
in the hotel.
"'Have you at'yth:n a",.'t y-u that
W ill identify y,.i.l" hI i,.at r .
'" I have letter. add .r .- J t.1 :L.\'
said I. forgetting I had *:i It!a:,k'
clothes, and I th-ru-t :y hl .ii.l i;i,-
In.-side p'-"k. nil1 :!.:v.w .,::i a x iol.'
bundle witi.ut lou k::; at i '. :.
"'I saw t!., l, rk r .. 1 ti : n
tlhc env' ,!lp-. I- 4-- a'. i-' :i:i: ,! :;..-l re-
tire to a, l atp ,-r r'oiii. iTLa i: -m;: I.; W a 'i.-
olher -a ,:! i.t. wI. I a .n ,-
lea -r'.'! x\ i- t- I'-. ;,.' "r f tir. 1. .
enIuc owit c I;r:IIi t c tw!,1-u," of :t': :S
in his h.;nd.
'*I t -g pardon. Le said. 'but there
Deems to be sonio m:sunderstandng.
Have you anyvthiig furth-r to identify
you; any mark';ng en ytn'r clothes',
"Now, I always Lav's Lay initials
stuck in my hat. s:) I suatched It off my
head and. again without looking at It,
"Paradise Lost" and "Paradise Re-
gained." are studded with translations
or paraphrases of exquisite extracts
from the classic poets.
We are told that Pascal never forgot
anything he had seen, heard or
thought. A.vIcenua -ould repeat by rote
th., ei.tire Koran when he was 10 years
old. and Francis Suarez had the whole
of St. Augustine in his memory. In
three weeks Scaliger. the famous schol-
ai:-. comimitt,.d to memory every line of
ivL "lliad" and the "Odyssey." Anoth-
er scholar. Justus Lipsius., offered to
r. p>-at the "Histories" of Tacitus with-
out a mistake on forfeit of his life.
1li4 h ir:,,,l'- "I':il,,rii r a S1'- ialty.
Suit- ia*a ].. TI .i.. e-r fri i< ;tI andl
ip; t.- fr .- iand ulpwarl.
Cleaning and Repairing at Reasonable Rate
'I ,T -I A .\\v ..r,-a 'i;T lt. l.
IAA TWNA. Fl.ORIIDA.
P. C. COUNT,
B,OT AND SHOEMAKER.
W"'ll0-pairing nuiatly dione. Cottage
Ave., near Bueach t., Daytona, Fla.
Foley's Honey ad Twa
MIS ls agdsatps the cogM L
Foley's Kidney Cure
T"o girat"st aid to DIGESTION.
BH it ku .- : *:Ih -.x :;,.-:: tfrtr *"h t iP -
,:i..:;.. i a "h h ia;,. -.. :i ;ivreafr.'r as
'ai h.+-- [ ':* ; "i- ;t,:. J .. ',.
MA,:,r. > S "u' .er n- n.1r.' t .; '-: ; ::L ,,
A S o u lh e rn C o nua d ru m r V.. .-H: : '. ,. lt -. ,
In the olden timew b-fore the war, the I ,,:i ;,r -. :. : .. ,, -. r,; n*l i .
day.s s,, famous for generous hospital- :i:. a ,'' .' r :i:--
...* ,. r I :.] rL .~'.,r:I.
Ity in the south, a brilliant party was D .; .:.a : F:... ;.,. : ,.
a-:embled at dinner in a beautiful
country homestead. Across the table -
wit fla-hed back and forth, and the OCEAN HOUSE,
guests began to vie with one another
in proposing conundrums. F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Mr. AleIxander II. Stephens offered It.. i : si.-,ial ti
one which ipuzzltd the xwhoie eclioIpanly.
"-W hat is it that we atatt L aeiataa t tIt ,.ni: ',.,I lt-s.
and dr:nk at dinner':*" :
1.or some time no answer came. n-,I NN.. 1
the bright eye-s of t !;.- ,-,u'hb-,: ora:. r
began: to klio e : 'h triumph, wh. n O ~
CA,.,-I .Johd-u; ta...,.g tup th le '-
1J.aII],lacie Book" ,f thle, hio ',s.. whi h -
lay cionvin.iexn:!y ,.'. wx;-.t1 i:a mr'p :
ul--in the flyleaf t .. f, li,,\v:.g ;a .ieu:
Wh',at is .aten fcr lrt, :.-: ,-,,: rruntken ftr diln-
Is it it Tee cr e *.r .:: r -; ar
S :c <.-!. : .e -. ;. '. C :n (r
rut ;t us ctn< xrer; "a -.-'' r. t butt. r
N.r 1, ct or nor ea'+,. ..,r I r I .;.: e r ;-,A :.
N% r 1C.:(' 1I e;: n r : 'ri< in a !,a '-r.
It m ;' .,n. be ..,.. \':, i -a.V. ':.
A Childd* Logic.
Olivpr Wendell Ilou;.- used to tt!l a
story iilu..trative uf the k--.ii pcrc-i:,,in
of .!i hldre:L. ie xa- esrt-es t at a g-at'
i-ring where he chanced to be "eati,:l
in ,ar 'he refreshment table anid noticed
a little girl looking longingly at the ta-
ble. In his kindly way be said. "Are
you hungry, my child'" She replied
bashfully in the affirmative. "Then
why don't you take a sandwich?" he
asked. The little ma.d responded. "Be-
cause I haven't any fork." The Auto-
crat quoted smilingly. "Fingers were
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Cyrus Stackpole never looked at bis
wife, but worked with feverish haste,
and she did not interrupt him. for she
knew that every moment was precious.
SThe oxen strained mightily at the great
stump* but they were so crowded to-
gether and interlocked that it was hard
to get them off the track. Cyrus badi
performed his defiant task unfurtu-
7405 pm IdS5m
3:50'n 4:10 pmMA
7.25 7:5 PMAlp
1-O0 pm 12:30 an Ar
5:55 pm 5:35am Ar
.25 a 7:24 pm Ar -
7:45 p 700am Lv....- No& i ft
1:47 pm 1210 pm Lv Ir t C
10:50 am ............... Ar M (L.
7:30 pm 5:48amiLT w
the room. He returned omrtly, aecom- Wbit-'s Cream Vermifug is pectly 12:50 aim 9:50 mAr ....I..........
paned by another person, who er harmless. and will remove every worm. 9:154-DIXIE am 5: FL p Ar...
parted by another parson .wehot I d ter- It is also a tonic. and by its strengtheu- No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, a through lm i
ward learned was the hotel detective. i properties will restore to pale (hbeks sonville and t. LoaMis. makif diA f
rWithout ceremony the newcomer ad- ttre nv hue of health. Prkic 25 cts. I Northwest. Through sleeping ca1
dressed me In no polite language. Dr. J. M. June. Chicago. only re i n s T.l l
"'We've been looking for you for a No. 2-DAY tXPh coome Je
long time. and we've finally got yeoM' through sleeper Atlanta to OL. LoN, *d
he said. 'You're a forger. Now, you sU -..ico.
write your signature again before me. Z sabelUs may be used to advantage v All Co aSIn eesa rn promptly aweed s4 epl9a Car &aW u mwed-
or you'U bare to accompany me to the In starting delicate plants for tram. t st depot nJaesMavll-eor my o- Wt lay t N, Inp,
police station.' planting. The alt she are lled
I protested, but to no avail, o at wit earth and set to a box alao coa- W raT Hswams, Gen'l Agent Traffc Departmmat, Jaibm
last I. accommodated him and was talning dampened earth. A bole is J. C. HA.a, General Passegr Ag.ut, Sraval ar,
shocked when he brought the register made the pot of the shell to allow E. H. x, T ea
before me and compared the writings, drainage.A single seed is then plant-____
which of course were entirely different. ed in each shell, which Is easily broken
"I tried to explain that Blank had w e transplanting is done without the
registered for me. that I had on hissligen trandisturbgance of roota eThi
suit of clothes and bat, but the de- slightest disturbance o ery o f aots Tis
tective laughed at me. I didn't think of use of egardener, who claims that they _
wearing Blank's linen, and so I opened .Frenchgardener. who claims that they
my vest and challenged him to note thearvastly super ort t he littlprp e o The reat Through Oar LiA a' .
Initials on the flap of my shirt. He nerally used for the purpose by
complied with this request, and I sud- sts CO N N E:CT I1O N S.
denly remembered that I also had on mwf e asw I* n l.starte
Blank's shirt and attempted to tell "That and me down suit you're The AtlantieSo via Clarle slhm,
him of this fact, but It wa no use. He wearing." remarked Rivers, "reminds TO THE id Wmy, i Savanah
didn't stop at my shirt flap. but Inves- me of an unripe watermelon." WaThie toa VSc M
tigated the straps of my underwear, "Why?" asked Brooks. Washington.
where In ink indelible as n!ght was "Bcause It's so different One Isn't The Southera via Jessup, Atltanta
marked in big letters 'J. H. B.' He re- utto and the other n't fit to cut" TO THE The Louisville Nashville via xm.
moved my collar, my necktie, my cuffs. It was then that Brooks blazed away W The southern By. via avan ah,
and on each of these things he found at him.-PickMe-Up. The Mobile A Ohio R 4 via motgo aMy.
the same. markings of the same indeli- Via Savannah ad
ble Initials. .mH tch. It was nearlyami '** s .u TO THE t New York, m- and Bodma.
"I lIHked at my watch. It was nearly Hamlin (standing before the tattooed s Via Savannah and i to and Miner
9 o'*clock, and I was down for the first man in the dime museum)-Heavems, station company for Baltimore.
address. I Irotested till I was tired as bow that fellow must suffer If he ever -
I fur the second time put on Blank's gets the jlmJaml--Smart Set TO KEY W E ST AND HAVANA-
garmeut-s. which had got me Into such- ......
an enharra.ssing predicament. I was. D -VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMHIP CO
actually being led from the hotel to the A V To Nova Scta Cape BretoN and Price Edward laI VTit Bostom aad
poll ce station when Blank, all excited, ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawhkeburyr andC
Explanations followed, and apologies Horshoeing, -- o
came later from the clerk. the p~re- 1 W I N-TER TOURII ST TICKETS
tor aud the detective. and I finally de- rmckrTfnftUo
liver" l ny lecture. But after it I need- ri.will I- ,on 1 ale throughout the Northers, Easterm, Western and Southern States
ie thIr re tu m y sn pairing all Fli rida rnsorts via the Plant ysteam during t season 1900-1901 limited
ed the htndrrtod given me on my check aneg return until May :"lst. with liberal stopover privilege in Florida.
by the proprietor to spauare myself with rti in the North sent to the undersigned will be lii
the b way." he concluded, looking At u i,-d with all information and handsome advertising matter.
y te way." he concluded, looking At It n ... For information as to rates.,leepingcar reervations.etc, call on, or write
at his wath. "I almost forgot we were 12;vt, l. FIurian. F1.M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay St-. Jacklouille,
gi-ing to take the 9;):W. We've got just
15 minutes to get it. and It'll take some W. B. DENHAM.
Lvely hustling to make the station."- Thom psonr r o. Savannah, Ga. Savannah, e.
New York Times. A ll U Tilo.9