Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00404
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 5, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00404
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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Daytona. florida. Oct. S. 1901

Best in Who. South. -a

-f Haroord CON.L, hbw
at se -Ufsal&or
of w Mr. Pa i

me of land above Omnomi,
the Harwood, Or-
Pose am several o
am n sd ie known ms the bet
anywhei n the Souet.
is a very stertaming gm-
maem talk by the hoar about
ofl foridsa. He gaT me
I- eof the work he imWdis to
a Us tt of land. As we
eotmm some time ago
tract will t Heased and
*agg emgr em. Vario-s kinds
b besewutofaureih ood for
game bds that inhabit the
Mr. Pek inorn us that
i ammdvggtabs for the dclub
ig n e om property; that is,
-I that is adapted to this dci-r

dis- railway will be buut from
L C. lry., tote two dub homme

u- m K S E .

e w Comptroller, Hon. A. C.
Sdropped a bomb into the
O a Ud vwspaper mn of
Sehaih of tha ibe s
miat h thrown tb maters
lll to a mtate of thwau s*intlk

. g is takeiag dvmatea~ of the
hew teoav the State between
ma SO,000. He im abolishing
Set ea lueratie feature of
n Be is intrduing a start-
rma&. In a meris of eight cireu-
h "htr

wNh w be -retd as soon as pomible.
The tra willbe standard gage so as
to allow private cars to be run in.
I^ hew came be ra n from Dytona to
the dubhesM and when things are in
rmig order Daytonm will reap many
be ets from the organization. One of
the dub houses will be located about
*-tem milse rom here.
Both of the club houses will be con-
ductedom tme order of a first class metro-
politan hotel, and everything that the
market adords will be furnished to the
members. The stock of the organization
is divided into sharm of $1,000 each, and'
Mr. Perkins states that he expects to get
several gentlemen, who make their win-
ter headquarters in Daytona interested
in the enterprise.
It is is not expected to have a great
deal of the work done this winter but
everything will be in running order a
year from the coming winter.
The club is offered as follows: C. G.
Perkins, president and treasurer;
Cromwell Gibbons, vice-president, and
Tilman White, secretary.

coved by a tax certificate.
The Comptroller's action will entail a
heavy lose on the newspapers that have
hitherto been lucky enough to secure the
tax list, and it will also entail extra
work for les pay on the assessors and
collectors, but it must be admitted that
it willpve the tax-payers a great deal
of inmy.
It is a daring reform and Mr. Croom
has showa unprecedented nerve in en-
fording i-Khsimmee Valley Gazette.


"A m" oa, m'", Our Equinoctial has given us another
bhe pate a col trWtion on the lesson on having abundant open drains.
w out the old prati Our oldest settlers know what these
l ld irt g the same piece storms are liable to be from past elpe-
ear after year. He has ruled ___.
l J O of Isad against which When the new Ridgewood bridge was
i s ot. standing tax (ert keate built the old residents said "It ought not
the tate must be taken off the to be less than eight (ten would be bet-
l somat rolL As time pMr.mntage of ter) feet wide," but others said "No, six
e 6d to the State every year i8s fet would be enough." and six feet it is.
l- pty er emut., this ruling will During the storm the water stood six
I4own tax sale lists to almost a >th- inches higher on the west, or upper side
I of the bridge, than it did just under the
mm bver, he Iasists that this ruling bridge, with the water running like a
SheI appHled to the current seMs- mill race to get to the river. The conse-
- Thi will estall a lot of extra quence was that the water was raised
k them oer. The asessmentI six inches higher than it ought tohbe over
E aE far advanced at this date. the land beyond the Bond Lumber Com-
seore wl havelthe o revise their pany to the south, and beyond Marcus
Sox erti- mith's land to the north, there being
l-iamL. Mhoutd they fail to do this, no other outlet to the river. The water
g onsr wfllhave to do it and must stood knee deep on First Avenue in con-
SGallasUch lads in the'r report of sequence of the drain to the river being
- mand double mmw-wemt. There is set too high.
p aOp% for the Comptroller will re- It is well known that in all our flood
topay o&tacent to any officer or tides that water backs up through the
g ps-r Upoa a single piece of land drain pipes on the front lots. and over
Palmetto street. This can easily be
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i agewia bm load
o* f*no food .
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istAM Goods fresh from the
L Mills.
oBedOats, per~ 1

I D'Breakfast Food,
A p...... .......... .. 5co
h What Flour, per
b.ark **
*H vtaied HoMey, per 6Q0

gStsalaed Homey, per 1

Ir poor four when you can
Baard' Obelisk, the bet
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remedied by sloping caps on the endu ot
the pipes where they enter the river, and
there is no mechanical reason why the
same thing could not be done at the
mouth of the two canals.
This back water interferes largely with
the business of our town. The ice factor
has to close down, the two lumber yards
were afloat, the railroad was covered.
anad of course the Schantz business n ist
be interfered with. Cannot we a lopt
the above, or some other remedy, to stop
these periodical hindrances to business
and discomforts to our townspeople ?
E. N. W.

Lacck l for Sale at a Balrgaim.
30 foot, glass enclosed, naptha launch
Orville. Seven foot beam, six-horse en-
gine, built by Gas Engine & Power Co..
of Morris Heights, New York; guaran-
teed to be in first-class order, almost
new. For terms, etc.. happy to
Or Titusville, Fla.
A. M. PKLLETT, Daytona, Fla. tf

The Plant System will sell daily, until
October 20, inclusive, round trip tickets
to Buffalo, either via. Cincinnati. Ohio
or Washington, D. I'., at $33.10 from
Jacksonville. Fla.. with transit limit five
days in each direction; good returning
30 days from date of sale. Round triple
rates frona other points in Florida are
made by adding one fare to rate from
Jacksonville, which is $33.10.
The Plant System has elegant train
service, and the quickest schedules. For
reservations, etc.. call on or write F. M.
Jolley, Division Paassenger Agent. Jack-
sonville. B. W. Wrenn, Passenger Traffic
Manager. Savannah.,

l"lMoore Bros. have the lest 36-
inch brown sheeting there is in the mar
ket at five cents per yard.

The shirtwaiet man and the net waist
girl go hand in hand to-day. and the
people year after year k.ep on throwing
their .-ldtes away. The coat and vest
he laid to rest and where is the tk'e."
shawl? And clothes get thinner an.V
fewer-what will be the end of it a:'
f i& v t

Dr. Geo. E.K Walton retuned to Day-m Sea ea.
tonst W ednesday. --
The family of Geo. H. Foote are ex- Tuesday Col. C. C. Post appeared be- helped rivet 'my bonds became arrant
pected to arrive to-day. fore the Postmaster General qt Washing- nonesense. My mind was as clear as
ton to show caude why the mail of his spring water, I grasped the fallacy of
LeonDe nd expects to leave shortly very a nt that religion ha ever
on a business trip to New York. wife, Helen Wilmans-Post, should not used. I laughed at the Christian's per-
rip ew be held up by the government. son.l 4tod, just as I laugh at it to-day;
W. H. Edmondson has severed his con- While the postoffice authorities have and in all the years that have passed
section with Morrison's grocery. several times stated that they would since then, I have never once had the
faintest suspicion that I made a mistake
The Gramling bakery opened last Mon- not depend on attacking Mental Science in throwing the whole nightmare bugs-
day and is kept very busy filling orders. in this case, the interested parties still in- boo overboard.
sist that they do. "I was a changed woman from that
IOWCall on Moore Bros. for anything The life of Mr. and Mrs Post makes an hour. I felt within myself the n-ligion of
linlThe lie of Mr. and Mr. Post makes an truer humanity than had entered the
in their line and you will be treated interesting story, but lack of space for- con certion ofan ny ow of the various
bids us going into all of the details. creeds. I lookd out with glowing love
SE. T.Conrad, the enterprising grocery- Mrs. Post was a farmer's wife in Califor- upon the race, with an honest pride in
i ttxendeavor to actualize its ideal; and
man, is in New York making his fall pur- nia. Tiring of farm life she went to San- it diine e toataliszeis i i power to
chases. Francisco where she secured employment eventually sajv. iit..elf from the curse of
VetCav writes us that e is at present on a small weekly publication. The its own ignorai-e. which, even then, I
atpaper shortly suspended, however, and saw tod the only curse under which it
winter then, Colorado, and will spend the she went to Chicago where she met Col. "I have given this personal experience
Post and married him. She was then a because I ant sur,. that there are some
Landlord Matthews entertained 34 com.- Christian Scientist but soon decided that students who are as helplesly hemmed
mercial travelers at the City Hotel the this was not exactly the proper thing in by e:trly eluiation nnd present envi-
:'o1nint as 1 wn.s; and who will never
past seven days- and so proclaimed herself the founder of ine thi.m.vives except by the tremendous
Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell and son, Mental Science. It is saidnow, however, and appmiently irrational effort that I
and Mrs. N. W. Pitts were down from that she has appealed to Mrs. Eddy. the made. I had come to a place in my ex-
Ormond Tuesday. head of the Christian Science, for assist- peritnce wllhe I lad to choose between
going to heli (as I supposed) or going
rance in her present difficulty with the in ane: and stmlie d.-sl.rate and reckless
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Peck returned home postoffice department. In lesson five of impul-, within n.-whie-h turned out to
from their visit to New York and other her home course of Mental Science, she be the b..autiful spirit of freedom-made
eastern points Wednesday. say. me prefer the fornier. And who can
Spy reckon the surprise I felt when I found
Robert Linberg and Captain Oothout "Is the student aware that by far the heaven i:n t..t-d-a heavenii that has been
were at the inletduring the recent storm. greatest number of insane people in the enlargiini, to, my comiiprehension ever
They returned home Tuesday. world have been driven insane by the since"'
horrors of the Christian religion? I have --if you would h arn truth you muse
Allen Trowel is back to his old place at seen statisticsfor the statement that four tirst disc-ard pnrjudic'-. even if you teat
Morrison's grocery after an absence of out of every five who fill our insane asy- its old rg fromni you with brute former
lume are there on account of their reli- and if their at benep leaves you utterly,
several weeks caused by sickness. gious belies. If this is true, then war. naked. It is ;a daring deved that truth
R. W. Whinfeld leftTuesday for Fon du pestilence, famine, intemperance and hy- always. wards iy clothing 'ou anew
drophobla, all put together, are more in lh.r own lwaltiful garntents."
Lac, Wis., called by a telegram announc- harmless than religion. 1h, o.i.?t ',cl. i>'ot in Chicago he
ing the serious illness of his mother. "The quintessence of insanity is in a re-
ligion that embraces the idea of a venge- wa`- 11".- I to I,' near th, grave with
WiWait and see our new lines which ful God and a condition of ,.ndlee pun- c*;s. ,a ption. : n,1 slhe claims to have
we will be pleased to show you. ishment-no matter whether that condi- ,eured hitii.
MOORE BROS. tion be a burning hell or a burning r',,;n i,:,.,, th.y went to louglast-
conseience. And there is no one, not a li,. ., .
Some one asked us Friday last if this living soul on earth, who can enter in a l il.. u.. v i.-i a ni th.n a vlere ian
town had not voted that it should be living, vital realization of such a heli-i hLt. T,.i .. ,'n ,ti.,n 6.n the
dr? it did not look so during the late and remain sane. I have a right to ti,\wnsite Lq-i .i;t a:.-',l it \..ry texten-
dry t know his, for I was o the extreme siij. F'r -'i"M ,-Wir or othr tht.
storm. vere of insanity when I discarded my i ,
religion. d l ,t i.t \ It li i llny -U.' at suc .-,4 s and
We are sending out every week a num- ..1 took it all in such dead earnest, I re- moe- ti .At T:.. 'I,.-'.. they located
her of sample copies. If you receive one could not forget it for one instant. I :tr 2!.,; ., .trut. l'Po.t became the
just consider it an invitation to sub- had been steeped in it from my birth. I ,. ,,!. ofathi i pLr in Georgia. In
seribe. knew nothing different. I was iir- ai
rounded by the absolutely unbroken in- ".: i;1,i 1t, t1h i 1':.i th11- '.npaign
l'eck & Foster's horses are flirting fluence of the church, and no idei had ;ov, v. nir Nori i-ii -;tid th.t l*'Pst 1.arne
around with a bran new truck of mod- reached me through rny trading. or the ron 0htii.,.,, n,.l l.ft a re..r,! behind
influence of others, to awluken i doubt, ,,,.,, i, u^;>-i.,natlirt." la
ern style. embellished with a brilliant in my mind as to the truthfulnss ot 1. th' t .
coat of paint. whole fearful scheme, front the horror of a In \ s!i% ",.t stat, ;ai,t the, next day
which I could never free myself for r ciii-i l',-t d.k-iiL.d '!. ;i,.i-i-;;iiu anil called
Miss L. Otte. of Toledo, Ohio, is the Cie moment after I reached an ae whe iti the ,v.go ,r t,.rI. Tlhi. governor the
guest of the Wicking family. Miss Otte Ibegan to think. t..xt ,liv r, i.t,,I1 i,. atusati;>, and
expects to purchase a home here and re- "But my tremendous awakening to
main permanently. the horrors of the Christian rclict:oln i ifurll-.iii thatt .r.. 'i. ot was an infi-
came after my marriage. It cuami. within t d! S iil .< s.i;tt.'ri!g,; s. d of damna-
Miss Nyland, who has been visiting at the birth of a baby daughter. As thi,' ,b, hrn. -. 11 s. i'.i.-t the'i appealed,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Lindberg child grew, my terrors grew. our in a 1, 1N let t.. to th- .hivalry of the
"The preachers always put up at our
for the past few weeks, returned to her house; I was so "conscientious a Cthris- men ,o (,e.rii ii to do finil h.r froni fur-
home at Sanford Tuesday. tian," I worked so hard, and I begged so th.-r srhi att,;i k,.
W a d s a o t much money for them; 1 was the best Frm I) iiugla.ssiI!'. they went to Bos-
William Atwood was another of the cook on the circuit, and I baked muvself "
home-comers on Wednesday's train. Hlie over the kitchen stove to pander to th,.eir ton, bIt r tin,,d onl3 a short time, as
has been in New York the greater part appetites until I was ready to expire the..'li.nat.I %a-s. :oo s. c'.N for the Co.-
with the effort. onl s healthh.
of the time during his absence. with t6he effort. T wu to I's halth.
ofthtimeduringhiabsnc. "But all the timhu I was begging to, Thy ltv m'ii to l)avyt.oia alioit eight
Mr. Schantz is having his trees thinned know more of the plan of salvation. 1 ,1 a:.-I. 'rha- proqrty ,n the
and trimmed on the package of his re- wulantd be sitive ass dea: i-l, an ylts,,- .y h ...:1.. y1' t.y lhave, made very
cdion of w would be saved. I detnan tiam h an al ; i) i- i .-na 'l'!a i i0 -tha i- a de very
cent purchase, under the supervision of lute guarantee of this. Half wiyv proui- lw.i'- iuil.
E. N. Waldron, Park Commissioner. ise only servedto make ine wild. lEnit- It is sui.l that ilhy have mtadei much
I uallv, I did become wi'd a:id lrsliert't, ;1it
Miss White, of Jacksonville. who has their indiff become wl began tin ,\'s o ,, onl-ling hr1'.. Souw tedclare
been visiting her father. Tilman White, how men, whose business was tlhe sa.- ith i !.r in,..:*,- L: riiil .as .?5,1i000 to
at Schmidt's Villa, the past couple of ing of souls, could eat, and sl1., 111.1 ,li4.W0)0 u n hi T1i The i )vertiliinit it
wceks, returned home Wednesday morn- laugh, and rtount anedote ,, itilll .all ,-,sent hlundredd a fca.,--
i'ig. pleasure, and strive for the good thain;.ts h ,I,- i- ,! ,. t ;!1 'v Iiir y-ars for
Mrs. Lydia Babbington will not return of earth quite as much as othior 'n, abetit tr'.1tt1:liit.
while my baby and a world of oth,.r I.;- A -te',u t niL..: if th.'ir paper. Free-
to Daytona fora couple of weeks; Miss bies were in jeopardy of hell-lite. Th"l' jou, i 2,ih ,, ia finti,. api eal. for aid.
Julia Kingston is tilling her position, questions I put to them. and thi wh i,. t, t, tter to the
temporarially, as teacher in the public tenor of my talk, renudered me a pe. in ld to end hr
schools, of the deadly sin of indifference; and ;it money. S.. saya th.is-.'i'nt oppresion"
-rDr. W. E. French, the veterinarian, last one Sunday afternoon, when tlH wi i,,.,b ie li ," ile malie.
has returned to Daytonaand resumed p residing elder and tour or tfv. tthir1 |-*l L lions o i,,ais iu th.
'his practice. Special attention to dentis- passed from under my own ,.,\\t.-r ,n! iiiitiis ,f a i:rtow-,ineutkd mian. who...
try; office at the City Building, foot of self-control. I was realhizing-in a n iua l,-i,..,l ,r,'im.. ,s ,.to. d!,:suird to s -
South bridge, ner beyond the possibility of d.s.|'iption 1 t, ii, i ,,; ,, "ls i. sUpp;e,,d ti,
-the awfulness of hell and tl:.' hl.lles-.
Arthur Williams, colored, was arrested ness of man; how only so fe-". wul, r,.'i ..t 1. r. I .u 1.1, '5. aii-.is tlhe
last Saturday for stealing a coat from avail themselvesof Gods pan .f s:alv: g, o,.ir'i'r,,t ,,: i.- ii, ; irti.Is criuian.s
Ration, and how mary would. ,af l .,cesit\a. u th, i.,:i,,.--, ...- it \\d- iiit inti-,.
J. E. Rush. He had a hearing before be doomed to the tortures of an eandles.s ,,,,,l i,, |,, ,..
Justice Williams and was bound over to punishment; and there were th i preach'rs .
the Criminal Court smoking cigars and laughing over tH,. 1Thy l].' ,,. rit tLi.n several l.,ooks.
small topics of neighborhood gossip. I u .< i l p. i.:' ni i r,' i n, ale It!il .-i'ent'e.
Dr. W. E. French returned Wednesday asked them how they could find rool ill n ,,1 tl, i .I k-. \\ i't n i\l. lI'ost is
from Fairport. N. Y. The doctor came their brains for a happy thought? t no s, s.a.
down on the Clyde Line and reports a "Take iteasy, sister. said the -it''. 'ntit!i ,t li 't i .
-'make your own calling anI '-le't,,us
very roughtrip. He will resume his vete- sure and leave the rent with (;od. "'O. ,: o-IiI.
rinary practice in Daytona. "I remember the very wor, is i u,~i in iu-
answering him l said. "'1 ciJn iiv.-',r nle ti ,,'. a, .i, r,.. tn 1,.. ;,1. ,l 1 \\t ithi the
J. C. ['ettepher and John Troy were happy imt heaven if even a dolg hias t,, ,*i i.lea tC : -i'l.," itiiiia.tl tr'.atrlit -a'l

down to New Snyrna last week wiring dure the tortures of an endless hell. 1h1: "I.. .. l',',t i;\.' 1-.,. l ,i troi.- ,i-is is
the Ocean House for an electric bell sy what shall I dohis plat?l
teln. They were caught in the storm butdie beganotlisten bre ae wild witil truii. v !!..n;:il. 1i:, itra'r,.for, not
and came home on the work train Sun- passion and ordered them all out of thi r,.al,ta ., .:-. le ;ii.i\\ 1 .iff \xhin
day morning, house. And they went too. and .i th ,.n .; l..
stop to say good-bye. IL t, ,, ..
Monday afternoon about five o'clock "And when they were 'onti I s:i .,a. 1N i 'i-si,. ,-,,r
the first train arrived in Daytona from and waited and waited fir cont tioi, to ir :at' ,, i ,,i:, I-.,-,.. .n I r
the North since ths beginning of the come; for before. when I1 ad spoken a ,.r,, ,v '.,, M. *the North since the inn othunkind word. I re-pent.d it qupnly ;,l ,
storm. Daytonians were without mai bitterly. But no I ',p-e ntcr"it c!t lt ,, i '':r-
for four days and when it did arrive time, btt in its place sii-h light .. -ii-. ii :i 'L *,.-- -'i t ... \. .
the greater part of the town were at the happiness, uch iglritous '.,i.f a' I h;iI--
postofflce to receive their share. ev' war fen fromn the in all y li. ,,f l, tt
"I wasn fear. And 1 ha .oiaiag.' f'3 t.ri: .- it,
Harry Burns, the Florida passenger theeort of irrational rutef orfre : t,.,'i.:Z..I ..'. I .:.i:.nt. 1.iii-nI
ageri- for the (C. S. & F. Uy., was circu- I ,lid not know at that tite thuat I ',:. i -
lating among his Daytona friends Wed- right. I did not know ltl.1 \\as sii:ki' : t ir ..tniilt
neiday and Thursday. H,, was adver- i.nto the depths of irr-trri, vabld iln.. ,, .v
tisiugan excursion,\whi'ch his road will lon.y And in twahis ouil afto r Iway Il ,, ii* i.' n.y ori
tonuv io ldsin this nuni' as,u liwig \alyt th.+ ii'tp I \I V,, :'".;t':it,,,lt' i ;f',r'til
run next Monday. ''lth' fare from Pa- the light broke in upon 111 ,hit t.- .,i.. i
latka to Atlanta and return will be five "'But how rapidly it di streak itn. ..., ,
dollars. Ticket arnn good ret urnling un- nind', It was utot ten i ii#u te t' ,,, ,.
r:next Saturda. sa.w the utter absurdity of th0.-i-lt'i. 1 1'.
'.: next Saturday. salvation, and not a tiglient of its h.,,;;.l t"'
m A age eter returned to ine. It was ;is if
ames M. (Oslorn lias assumed the rmy mind had been growing untidr a f-.ir a
management of thi l)aytionia operaa ful pressure. as a blade of grass gro -I
. House for the coining se ,ou. Leaving under a rock--curling round and rt,'l DAYTOuNA GAZtT1E-NEWS
a..'. ........ ".,..,,.i,,.. t in this line he will upon itself in its effortsto, reach the,...li.h g, ,,. A.,. ZeTrE-NEWS
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Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.

DIR. .1. M. JONES. proprietor, can be consulted professionally during busies.
hours; office houm-. Sunday. 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

I.. .i re;d on the Halifax River. It commands a most attractive view in every di.
,.tlrin ;tan no finer location can be found in this-viciuity. During the summer the
house hls leen enlarged by the addition of a wing on tile south side; te rooms a
sing-e or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south side giviag a
sunny veslnposur, and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
twien ilirg.'d. Baths and lavatories have been added iand everything doe for the

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Fan goods ar arriving-
It is tiMe to plant fa advertisements.
fevtld "to be" marriages are spoken
W A good assortment of cookies just
arrived at Rush's
benjamin Mason is expected home to-
day from Colorado.
Tavel in this direction from the North

thel returned Monday from
l: tu to hew York.
rWAvTo.-To but a large office
ak oea at Holylan.
A et aiorthraster has been blowing
for to past twenty-four hours.
Fied Hae a, the blacksmith, went up
to Jacksonville the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Godwin have
aovld into the 8mith's cottage on Mag-

roseli has of cereals and whole
wheat Sour just wreived from the Pure-
a M i sat lush's.
! 1. Humphri killed a rattlesnake on
Loomis avenue last week; it measured
early six fSet in length.
Freak Hand and A. Pellett took a
lad of travelingmen to New Smyrna on
the* tlamne Orvile Sunday
F. L. Corwil was in the city the latter
part of the week in the interest of the
O s lteoeship Company.
August bchmidt returned to DeIand
Wedmeda afternoon to resume his
tlwes at Seteon University.
MK M. W.Glea left Tuesday afternoon
S ar Dland where she will teach in the
p"l& schools the coming year.
Dr. 6. E. Morden left Wednesday for
bhin b t to nao a. He will stop a few
de to vistt friends at Columbus, Ohio.
L. S. acroble, traveling passenger and
.' f b htageatof the Clyde Line, was call-
Ig on Daytoma business men Tusday.
Dlar, the barber, has had a number
dlsardnde mlad framed; be will place
S lm lam the hotels and boarding houses.
.lTfryou want school books, tablets
og statioery of any kind, go to (;eo. H.
(mark's; he has a large stock to select
Miss Gail Moore returned home Tu"s
day vaeag from a summer's visit with
Ir Iad and relatives at Eustis. this

S Ulder the law the slaughter of deer be
S_ T e day a this State. Quail, tur.
In, e4., m live until the first of next

M. s. H. .Ldwig arrived from Cleve-
Slal Thlemay, amd the Mayor and his
wban m mow occupying their beautiful
homlion Volaha avweue.
Guaham King, of Tulford. will supply
the hotels and boarding houses with
S tables this winter. Mr. King is one
f cfD-d county's most successful farmers.
SIL 1. Wall returhed Thurday atternoon_
r o om i other trip. He visited in
~hicago and Iowa points, as well a.-
evral cities in WMsconsin during his al-

iTho of our presidents who are retura-
S ghfrom their summer sojourns at the
North iuvarhty report that an even
hu-r iafu of winter visitors will come
to Florida this season.
A. L. Davis, in company with Ih

booh"r, J. A. Davis, has opened a meat
miasst across the river, on Seabreeze
ave-Msandhaudies a full line of all kinds
of Florid mad Western meats.
A New York judge decided that a
tehabior, living in a bachelor apartment
I h*m, is not "a family," if he lpprepI a
his ow breakfast What is it, if omme
o she prepares the breakfast "?
The weather has been quite pleasant
P g coup of dayV. Many pers4ios
complain of the mildew which the da;mp-
m e of the past several days occasioned.
a* dear, settled weather will be appre-

L Mr. aad Mi. J. 1P. Thomas and
Md uter. Miss Libby. returned Monday
aem their two months' visit at Chi-aago
"- id points o the Badger State. They
,: edetaimed three days at Palatka on
accoum t of the washout.
k Wi thirty mad a half inches of rain-
4 II 4l if thle late storm, against ten
h. f es the big storm two years ago.
Smo last storm is unprecedented
I -o maetoa of county, according to
t memory of th oldest inhabitant.

WLaemstoek of latest novels just
um veI at Os.. H. Cmrk's.
VWham J. MeMaa, of Bristol. R. I.,
wOarrm e I Dh atona next week. lie
amepstaposition inRush'sgrocery.
Mr. i Is well known here hav-
*8 bM n^|fdat the Ridgewood last
mitam r withMason & Wall Co., the
AAm ligge.


"Daytona, ., Sept. 29, 1901. Hon. Charles Emory Smith, Postmaster-
Gemeal, Wmahlgton, D. C. Dear Sir-In the enforcement of a righteous
law, the volee of the community is a secondary eonsideration. Such voice
is presumed to be on the ide of right where it ought to be.
"Mental Science at Seabmeew, under the leadership of the Posts, is a nest,
of anarchism and fraud. I distinctly do them the justice of stating that
they do not openly advocate the change of social order by assassination
and rapine; bu. they are propagandists of the doctrine that there is neither
God nor moral law to restrain human conduct, and so lay the foundation
for the most virulent anarchism. They sap and mine the principle of legiti-
mate governmental authority. The fanaticism of no God is as dangerous
as that of an intolerant God whom our forefathers banished from the con-
stitution without putting into it the God of the people and of equal justice
to all. The social discontent of envy, hate, greed and human top-loftiness,
needs to be cured, without infringement of just liberty of speech, press and
"This social poison is the only equivalent they give to their many victims
through the mails whom they mulct of money by absent treatment under
the false pretense of furnishing something valuable in return. The sooner
the postoffice authorities curb the social poison and fraud. the better for
law and order. Faith moves mountains by responsible liberty and not by
magic or the miraculosity of human Almightiness. Human Almightiness
is the principle of anarchy and demagogism. The il-al of anarchy is an
all-wise and an all-just man. which is a cosmic impossibility in the order of
concrete fact. The difference between God and man is the orbit of human
progress toward infinite excellence pot'ntialized for human realization in
time and eternity by the fulfilmrnt of His infinite moral obligation by a
perfect Providence. exacting the fulfilment of man's moral obliration as a
finite and fallible being to bt wiser and better forever by learning to con-
form to the infinite uniformity of the law of the best in the absolute stan-
dard of right and wrong of an educational and disciplinary universe of
optimism. Kuowable optimism is the conen'te order of universal fact.
constitutes the chart and aomlnpsss of human exelrimtent, and **onsecrates
the government of tlwe people as l.'gitimate anzd bindlinI on the ao.iuspiena'et
of all mankind. In the future atheism,. evolution, inspiration. in.-arnatiou
of the Almighty as the maximum form of the special revelation of divine
monopoly, must make way for fundamental human rights and duties and
the duty of God and man to respect them as best they can. To that end
government exists among men that nmen should learn and practice social
self-government by equal justice to all after the manner of the divine.
"1 would suggest that if the Mental Sience Convention, to Ie held in the
near future at Seabreeae. plants itself squarely upon the American platform
of God and justi-e. the prosecution le dismissed. otherwise to the litter
end. The object of all law is not v\engeanice. but the reform of the o ffender.
and where the free State is itself partially at fault in not educating aright
the offender, leniency is advisable. Th- Almnightty .iannot evolve or create
Himself into anything else than the infinite ex,-,.li,'c-i of responsible liberty
and justice tu. all without shroudi'ig t.h uni'verm- in the lssi>sinis1nm of un-1
knowability. Yours very re.sl-'-tfully, I'. II. SmKr:N'.R.

Whether te is altogether satisfaatoiryv
or not, President Roosevelt i. going to)
be interesting.
Editor C'odrington. of thie I.l.andl
News. had the misfortune to break his
shoulder bone Thurslay.
Criminal Court meets at I land n.,\t
Tuesday. Tlw docket this term is not so
full as last but nevertheless it has seve.'al
eases of interest to D)aytonians.

Thl dinrvtors of Th 'e Pel'ininula Bridge
'Co.. he-ld a Lmneeting at lti offl,'', of the
'oloinnadess on ThuIIrsd:ay lli.rlht.
I'ol Post wvlo went to W\'sl.iingt, blu sins.-s several 'L'as ago, is exjle'ted to
rtturns th"' first of ofnext \'eek.
Si.-i ''i lim O tw. ltreakers. former uan-
ag'r laret ti iandl \ if+s ave m)On+- to P uon'e
Park. and Mr. "'*K and (;tlbrath are'
.a .1. :.....

Mrs. George Hatch. of Rockhltge. whoa .
has been visitinmi with Mr. and M. rts T r he-entstorm ldidl very little danm-
Frank Hat'h for the past ten days. r.- agv to proilrty in this hburi, ex,'pt to
turned home Wednesday. leave the roa;id ini rather lad slhajie' along
Miss M. S. Thomas. of Z.ll-wood. Fla.. Valley s ra't.
is spending a few weeks ot Sa'h,.idt's The lireakers 'los.,ed to the. public faor
Villa. Miss Thomas was in Daytona the s'nson Monday of last week. It is
three years ago and splnst s.v.eral weeks. un.derstooda that Mr. Ko l .,se t,. h hotell for the wint,.r m,.am ,,n

mu.mC. uu-Nw,- m

We are all thankful to have dhe old
Halifax regain its usual dimeMsiamo one
more. Last week some of our adventu-
rous eitimes went from here in a row-
boat down the road as far as the Day-
tona postofleke. Our docks were all
submerged, and the gardens in the ham-
mock drowned out. Fortunately thee
has been very little wind accompanying
ing the high tide, or an incalculable
I amount of damage would undoubtedly
have been the result.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carter have been
spending a few days in town, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hand.
Miss Harris is visiting her grandpa-
rents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harris.
Our school reopened on Monday when
a goodly number of our folks put in ap-
pearance and seemed pleased to resume
their studies after the long vacation.
Miss Donegan. who for some weeks
has been on a visit at Mrs. Mabbett's re-
turned on Tuesday to her home at Kis-
bridges on the front road which
were carried away or rendered unsafe by
the recent inundation, have been re-
paired; but the road is still in a very soft
a condition, and driving along it is not at-
tended with very much pleasure. The
back road is infinitely preferable both
for carriage and bicycles.
On Sunday afternoon the launch "To-
mrooka" took a party out for a short
cruise up and down the river. It proved
a pleasant recreation for all on board.
Our mail carrier had some very un-
pleasant experiences when carrying I'nle
Sam's bag last week. He had to wade
through water almost up to his armpits.
and then wait for a train that did not
.onme. Truly the lot of a country mall
carrier is "not always a happy one."

Trom The Ocala Evainag Star
Of April 1st.. 1901.

*-We are indebted to Mr. George Close
for the finest C'ablnuPL- and lettuce we
have ever seen grown in Florida. Mr.
Close is a man of fine judgment, and one
of the most successful truckers in the
State, and he is as generous and large-
hearted as lie is prosperous." Mr. Close
bought his wel from the Old Reliabl,
Sesasman. J. BIt. Sutton, who handles
only the lest Seeds to Ibe had especially
adapted t;) Florida, and makes a spje-
a.ialtv of the finest strains of Cabbage.
Egg Plant. Ietture, Onion nnd Tomatos
S.ad. S,, display advertismniet isn
an HIothler column.


Mrs. II. 11. Dow. ()of Stsuma. ai- Ii .lighi School recoman,-i..,'d Monday
been ill at S.miidt's Villa for the lt. eonard Gill has gos t'o No-w York momIning with twenty-seven bright Ipu-
four weeks, has. reg ined her health andl a o)n business ('connectetd with the I- la're- jpils, laughing and chatting as only high
left yesterday for St. Auguistine- where don and Colonnaialde's. H,' will I the ashool students can. Miss Brown was
she will visit for a few weeks. manager of both (of thi.se. holiius..s t h- at her desk, as smiling and pleasant as
Editor GuyMetcalf and family vwer on c ini winter. ever. with a hearty greeting fo each.
the southbound train Thursday. nrturn- The New Hall is beginning to look like while jolly Professor held undisputed
ing to West Palm Beach from North a op)lra house in earnest o)w. IBy the sway in the hall. All seats tilled and
Carolina. where Mrs. Metcalf and the etd ofl anot her we*ek. if t li weather tsr- more scholars expected. D, we not need
children have been summering. mIits. t.he, buillindi will 1.. entinrly a.losed mi annex -We aseniorii" move about
mi, roif and all. with daine-up hair and trailing gowns.
Most everybody around Daytona is talking of Physics, (ieiietntry, Ci busy gardening just now. Those, who() Thle ('ohannad.-i will oiuwi alauit tle ltany and oParadise L(.t, in that free
planted tlwfon the heavy rains of last 27th (of Noveme.l,.r this year: a little. an1 easy manner so much admired and
week will have to r'-plant some of their' earlier than musiml to aetimmodate the envied I, the --frpshmen," upon whose
seeds, as some were wash-d up. excursionimts who will t. in attendlanvc ten we t annt refrain frm. stepping
at tithe conventi~. tos we a t refrain fri teing
General John II. (Ganldn, the idol of the- now and then. and when we hear that
Confederany. and wh o is much blaoiv',l F It is vidtl'.nt that thw ICotninr 'on.veln- wuii liar erucnah. which do's so hlurt.turn-
by all classes of citizens all over thi' tiosi will lbe as r-iea ~t m.c.s.. I'. F. Buri- ing sup-n-reiliouslv to -emark. '()Oh! par-
United States,. pamsd through nlia smatati. t a,. as ri a on .i. I ally did not s you. aut
Thurwlay' sn route to Mialli ahdi It-I ni. tti,.,' ,..trI,. ..r '' I. (h I ally id not Ye and
v a world lthat pairtis su( .a (gizing/ii in I hi- nmo)ve off, thus leaving thie poor '"frnshie"
venal aker o lived near go. Boston. St. Loui. l.os tAn11,ls. mreli humiliated than ever bi.forv. Bit
ull Bay. was itten jy a rattl Seattl' andilt. 'aul. Thse .v'ral par- t.. ar' j.niors and lsniors, and the
Treslaa. morning and died the samet' ties \ ill Aconme to I Ira'ia in .li -eial cars. ligh s.'iaool moves aon l )aic'..
evening fraomn thie 'fte'-ts of the' litt-. 11I,' arriving hli'r. No)vemt nler 2St. x.Ex'amsi. A Sw: .M .
leaves a wife and sev.vt-ral thildN-n t" a ase. h'.is ,ia arrange for to v arimsi. point-t -
umourn his demis. f i st amid ,ow t ,Ih,. I: ast ( ,a ,,. t tAlaNR
Henry M. Flagler anil lbri'di have ai,,i analt tl. evait \ill larov, a t i',.at ti11ai __-_ _
.t bjourniinl at their i.miutiful inorthi.rn' ,'ial |.',iait i, thl, State ta lir-i, 'a'. as Iso tI(OS -lI SInIhl WOi j
isotne "'*mantallan,.'" aat Mlaintariaek. New
York. for a atoul aft weeks or so ThIy du|lt maIly % mie i ll r;mainm id
will oavuspv their palatial new resid-sien-- se-tll hiv ls rms'ns n ly Dniy .Vto n W e have a Day
t"-st Panlm l,.a'h isn l.cn lr. ..iler. D yttoua booklet with
2.3 pictures of this
It is feared that the large quantity of nV.idg'a;.Wt;'.; nW'M' dWll' ILLU'STRIATED famous resort,
fnrsh water which has bel-ni flowing i"ilto rlo~tablo Mowol from S $1.')> per 14X) if or-
Turnull ay the past wek will kkill their B mJ *oll, Hlill. P P dcred before Oct. 13 Just tit aani en-
oysters again. The finesst o.trs. in Sy, .aa.ap.. pa. vdlopa. Jan. 1. Osbarn, Daytona, Fla
Florida are rais.d in Turnlbullaytona, Fa. n.d
it is hoslved that they will ismain ii n in- ii.itoai s ,i lsnh m.i tithis. w -As'k. ia,', saVgE
Swihi ws Iis i,.jt, sir tt SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES
11ev ,, samiatu 'wa.aeaa' 5t C* I* .:1-.I'.1 ... *'".*. .. > .C *a > In.. a.i,..^ ti t r i >A .i~ilii

RMev 1 I% I IlhIII N. t lli nl0 i. 41, 1'fI llllit -l- n i l t' ,l 1 l I l ltlt it.m i .g.t," I. i w .-.,- 1 ,
phiia., was in Daytona. Tu-esday and \V. :,m,. W oli th' at \as a|i'.,*l il, ,iitatidl. lit,
nwes ay. Hle is having th,. hous which % th, t in; I, it 1 l ri i.h i,, f ,,ir
hew jiusihas.'d t his sprin.. at the conr a .''
of Ridgewoods a and1 S aia a nili.. .. i:tt .- ," *,', h'it ,1. ". i I ,'." I t s i-
larg dt1 anadl im,1 l ipro't l anal will ls'is.r I iai,, ,,l ,ly ,. l 4jiit. !' .\ I. A!; .-w\\
,amn ilv slown Is l 'tloupy it tithe iidlll- o~ i i i tli. r,. i.;ii-,. l- i, in l 'tat. uii -ii
:text nilll hi. l l I]nIi- .zm'a al tl\.r. trii l. lnait
t think til, I" ; .n.Ils- fr'n.m t h. s.kiii thlir' of;
a s s "s is i ,ni sa:w,,o'. ,': '- ~\ i'.t. will
-I-- 1 + I ti- I \ ict,,i. \'. t Ir,-i, l I- l'JI t,. il It
-'hool ias Il ixld ,l"or thil. ll to.iln ,, t h,,,,.., i', .,. vr'.
with ,M, Ma-o, ;:l h,':" yo6nri ld gu.rt-t
It. L. Klutz i.sdoingssonm r'pairinig :t .\t, t. t in t .n r u ;:.. <
the Clarendon this week. I "l',.,,.i c vx a,.ts. tsi:,.. ,i nt a 1i4-t t a.ij.i.'.-
J. Wilkinson andt IA'lie 'Corwin paid a .ul',. asr't .... *n
visit to this lburg on Thursday.v. i in 'risav last. it a
A three masted schooner ran within a valua 'lit h''w,'. w li.h f.ell from thl. rail-
mile of shore during the storm last week. road lbridg' theirnly lt-ing instantly
A marl walk has laen laid from th,. killed. Th,. onlz.r ''as e th sympathy
street to the front door of the s.-hool oft ts et.it r .(aimn ity. s tisit i.is his
house. s'coitd lo s.a- il hla'li( s fl.shi \\'ithtim six
months. But ,lhs r 'ui. Mr. Lin.al-.y. it ',
Dr. C. D. Seely and wife are expected to al];ny.s thI' slai'kt.st il-st trflaore' day.
return home front the North about the
16th inst. '. 1'. W ..th,..rl! wa.s lik,.w% ise unfortu-
natte in iegard',l to hi-' htiors., it having
We are glad to see Mr. Onlmhtead la.k fahlli itto toh,.,m udi and iniire n-ar our
again after several imonth.s' soito.irn Bn ti. ut in union thl.N is steni-th,
the North. 1 or ol 1,1 tan twas soon arip-cued fromn
T. J. Applegardt. secretary of the his sorry plight.

Florida Press Association, was in town
last week.
Carl Abbereronibie has twen employed

Mr. Pavt'tti. having fini-.hld hi.- work
Lon th0s boat noIw being built by .M,', y
Bros. has returned honm'.



l'rotf.. o:-'!:;n l' ;iw r, n'll- <-' lto .-
o in. taih';t'v'. 'lluii'ler.. tomato ws.
asin :0ll )ot. irs'mlit' and v'g-etabl..s fra a
their rava;er's of inis-tts without the use of)
poison or spray. S4-ud $1.I for saijmple.
tral l'y mail.
\d'lress. J. B. SI TTON. S.,lsma n.

O.-ala. Fla.

S'' Iaa' l itat in't al ii- tim' a't ahmis.


lWFull supply of all kinds of electrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Spedal Atteadt to MMa e Week.

soemkobm oaNgk, N6Fos

Daytona Ice Co.
Wa. WwcIo, Manager.


Made from Distilled Water.

agmaolla Avenue ammd ILaIllrq*d

Hauls baggage, freight., etc.,
rates reasonable. prompt service.
Office lBoston Barber Shop.
Pl',)a* 77. S. MILLS, PROP


Ilas a big lot of Harness. Collars,
L,-atlhr Straps and Parts. Just

r-eived Harness .$..30and upward.
New Sewing M;lal.inios for $1<* and
upwards. I a'an furnish you with
any kindl )of a sewing urnwhine.

Your Patronage Solicited.


Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Winldow Sar-sns. Picture
Moiuiins rimade to order. All kinds of I
Furnita re Irpairing ,loa. on lshort notice
,t r ,' ..1*C *TI I ri,.* *

Cottage .Av



and 1ll I



It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars. made from heavy tropleal toaReeo, doof i w41 a
and other drug, when you can have the pure FlorMi fl at a
Box of 25..................$1.00(FREE BY MAIL TO ANY AWA
Box of 5...................$1t.75L

21 S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fkcwra.t

Florida East Coast Ry.

Time Table No. 85. tI EKeet eOLt. 1, 1OL

SOU=TH 909 (Umad Down.)

(Am& VP) BU-.


SslOpMi ......... J.uamvle........L
A 10 .......... A oJ as in s ........-
4 p114 ... ... H .........
734 134, ........... WNeas .............
747p 126 ..............am sib ...........
up me ........... .. s Du ............
8 0 p 1 .......... ............
aep I,;n -. ". ........... O f ow ............
8t 1 ..... ....Port Orege .........
p 2p ".........N..ew. 8m p .......
S2 0p ...........O k ............. "
4 3 Vp .......... I a vl.............. .

4 i. ...... .... sb m- ...........
4 p .......... MLeur s..........
.. P. .o0 ........... ItPoelm ..........
p ....... ... b. ...........
i n 6 ". ........... de m ...........
..... p ............. L L e ...........
...... 6 pi ....... ....8.t a r.. ...........
72 P ........... .ot arO ............
7 p ... ...... ............
.... 2 p o.......................
S. ..... ..... ... .........
... l ......... _ortmB a aoud .........

... 57 .......... Lemou.City.......... "
S1OO Ar ..... .Miami............. Lv


%us N


Buffmt IParlor Cars onurn no ab. 8a"
Noi ANo.l~o.l7j'.o.lS A~R~A~N
gund;Sad'adiiy Dsiiy APRBANH
ft fo lV1i 613 i -np ftL S ...........Jso. ville ...........
gOGp i8 A& ..8.L- .. .L............ .... I
GIOs.66p 9 ion ... ......... Pablo Beach .......... : ....~ I !TO
02 1~1OW 7 D 15a1..... ...Atlantic Bach ...........C.... 1 90 1

D ai ly I m D ai l y D el D i l y ID ~ i y ,D a l y L ..j l ft A
T o- 1 1 -3 -& -651 -1Lv .Ia Pla tka A L, *I b 4T31-Ill771
'AflTPV'~~~7 T75pI 6.%V ~4.%V, 12 W,111.5.7a6 55at~ ls aak vAi~ U
IDaily &;
MlCI% fi -.......... Eaat Pamatka .. ......................Ar 6
8 13p 40&1Ar S an Mateo ...........................L 5
Ssp Nwyin .r640p, 7 05a Lv ...........TifmoM.. ...i
4r~..... Oajgeit 58P14p 718a" .... seM ...
421p," HLae elen ...... 0p 18 ..~ ..
I 44pAr ..OrsngeCityic. 5 u~p' 8. .......Uf.....
93OmAr ............. .......

SPhone 11.


"You can fool all the people oame
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.


VANTf-',SVEIu. 'E.L'ONS OF ('O F .:- A. Ceci. Barnett,
acte'r anid good reputation in each stI.:, Stenographer and Typewriter
aon' in this 'county required) to rnpi.,- ('p ,al ing anid !.anilin. a Stecialty.
s'nt and advertise ,old establish*ld -P. 0. Box 4(-

Lwave Masmi Mondays and Fridays.... 106pm Leave aTA Weads. Iv1....Is
Arrive Key Weat Tues. and Saturdays. 1 00 pm Arrive Key W eds .....
Florida. LeveKy WeIt Tues. ahd Sundays... 7Wp0m l-e av Wt ate- 8-M......
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Wh w aptate Jabsa w ebee at Mar-
lauced il new brig, be nams-.
d ha he Jane Bdbee, after his wife.
p ad sailed with him for many a
andm wO almost a goetd a msaileor
Shewas. The first oyage oft the
Swa to a certain banth Amlcian
Sruled b dictator, who car-
do with a high hand for fve
aft years and got away with a laump
I fm Joastl I tme to avoid4he reve-
amthat l h osrru practice had
The craft arrived after a fne
gm -dwas waiting to haul In to the
when am nedal came aboard
eomaed a bones of $1.000 or
OMlMan to land aro. This wa at
saeism parlt charges and customs
ssad wS n duey from Den Ca a-

g I Ad t Jane, as the captaln's
We was guafly called, looked at it
Ia- peper at and said to her bus-

baba ebase. me won't pay It, and
S-bin m so straight from the should
-ft M btiBssl penny. They
r M jm trying to bluff us, and we
.rt sntm t. You just run up the
a a o ras, et i hands to w hjs
MSB Taukee DIodle' and let this here
,w hakw that the American eagle is
mestieng on the cap of the mainmast."*
The captain braced up and became
*h-o* and Dos Castro's messenger
was sa-t away with a flea In his ear.
It was the general optinton that the dic-
angr weold wilt, but the bAg was held
at ameberin the harbor for 48 hours n

- m m E AMn

f W diSMem etlaght ito bher mlmi.
d oam iroaewlat her

0 4 W N m o stood by for
SAt Ow m a o about teo
I w" Vthed up to the mate
11" a a t ha ast tone and
ea. o -sM, 1galn Davisr mothers
at y A a a r a eearerow*?
"M -ta by yeI a say plea you've
agIM" the rMats.
A d absat t he rest a tem?
Zw toller m to a man."
Te remw was careld aft. and Aunt
S* ta l4 ther plan. As a result
O Ut the estasher and ailed out of

Selected to be fred on, but to
thWr at elof they got away with-
*o sat being pitched aboard. The
kf a down the coast 14 miles and
m*as to maN In a bay resorted to by
eveymn to the crew was kept hard
at k. While the carpenter cut gun
plrt In the bulwarks for four guns on
a de me went ashore and brought off
beht logs to represent cannon. These
we- stripped of their bark, painted
black and ruely mounted, and, though
the ailors were bunglers at the bust-
st-war look to make you thrilL View-
ed frot a distance of half a mile, the
Quaker w uns looked ready to spout
lame and smoke and round shot as big
as beer kegs, and Aunt Jane rubbed
her head and ailed and said:
"If we don't bring that Don Castro
lown on his quaking knees, then I'll
sever buy another blue calico dress III
the town oft Bbton. Now for the rest
st it."
One tof the crew had a drum and an-
other a fife and a third a concertina,
sad they were told off for the band.
Prom the slop chest and fo'castle they
got out enough garments to rig up a
hsaen dummies and make them fast to
the bulwarks here and there, and they
set sal on their return to the port.
btraigt up the harbor sailed the Jane
Bebee an hour after sunrise, but she
was barely broadside to the town and
her anchor down before a boat pulled
off from the mole with a flag of truce
lying. In that boat att Captain Bebee,
who had been set at liberty with many
apologies, and if there had been 50
other Americas In Jall wtth him all
would have been liberated.
"Jane," said Captain Bebee as the
brig cleared the harbor and the wooden
guns were tumbled overboard, "you are
a mighty smart woman, but I can't
just understand it. How In the name
at Goshen did you get the Idea? I
talked and threatened and blustered
and bluffed, but"-
"But a woman never bluffs," she In-
terrupted as she signed to the band to
knock off "Yankee Doodle" and for a
hand to haul down the flapping flags of
war. "No, Jabes Bebee. When a wo-
man starts out to do anything, she does
It, even If she has to walk over all the
onion beds in the garden. And now I
guess you'd better wash your face and
comb your hair and get ready for din-

A Chid's Bath.
A tepid bath for a child should have
& temperature from 85 to 90 degrees F.
and a hot bath 98 -5 degrees F., which.
as I said before, Is the normal tem-
perature of the inside of the body.
This will cause relaxation in case of
convulsion or sweating in case of fe-
ver. The water should be gradually
heated until the hand of the mother
finds It noticeably warm. care being
had always to remember the extreme
delicacy sad sensitiveness of a child's
In case of debility and for scrofulous
children and those threatened with
rickets a salt water bath every morn-
ng, either hot or cold, according to

mapre me or another and was for- sans. a very valuable. "o prepare
Me to eIer haul Into the wharf or this bath se four ounces of sea salt to
M e or t ar .r. port. Then Jabes Be- tour gallos of water. Let the child
bewent m prepared to assert and play In the water a little while, then
n It f it goernment rqpre. rob the body briskly with a Turkish
td biby the eagle would stand no tri- towel tll the skin I in a glow.
with eatks representatvel t- To make a good mustard bath use
mae am hlg eme h ftom Mar- two ounces of powdered mustard to
ebad mda Incom.mand of a new brig our. gallons of water. This is excel-
iha i iged ofa seven knots an lent as a footbath and relieves conges-.
S with her yards checked la. He tion of the head and is often useful in
i hi tender duly prepared and his the first stages of a cold on the chest
Sbhaday by. but he struck a In cases of extreme exhaustion and
Mmg atmleot at oce. Don Catro was threatened collapse a child can be im-
*a an who would not have hesitated merged up to Is neck, and the bath
IS bu tf e combined powers of the will act as a stimulant, but whenever
mmd tf Sere had been $500 in sight one is sing a hot bath for any reason
i bm. The wily old racal aio th bead should always be sponged
0-aM31y suiserstood statecraft and with cold water.-Pilgrimn.
Ssumbehr tof years that would aslp
w while an somded government was pMot moete co* ose.
pakiag an oSeial investigation Into go many coffee houses sprang into
WA of his t ets, ofelal or private. He exitence during the reign of Charles
w Iam he out of It long before the state U. that be, entertaining a belief that
O4gtmeat at Washlngtn got a move many political Intrigues had their be-
e, 4nd he wam't worrying as to what ginning In those places, Issued an
wt happen to hi igsueemasr. edict ordering them to be closed. In
"Pay me a tlhmimad dollBars andyo tl proo'e-ton the following words
ma dt4 harge carg." was his aa r occurred: -The retailingat of fee or
fS Capla BDebee. tes might be an Innocent trade, but It
he the captain of the Jane Bebee was said to nourish sedition, spread
eaed the American eagle kme and aes and scandalse great men; It might
4marged the bird to make things also be a common nuisance."
ist, but when he had ised and Am AMt Per a Pet.
Swipg the peMpiraton from'hi One of the queerest little pets ever
brew the dictator threw e le over a is the tame ant belonging to a well
the of ht chail r and calmly re- known dentist. This man keeps tribes
pIlM: of ants t n tests which be has made
"Tes, I' heard f ome country or bins, f and feeds them with honey or
e called the United States, but Itfs gar through a tube that connects
Sam herse aflir and no go here. I'd ai athe sest. bOne tha t eonnectt
%gle for a sal sam of ready -y one of the ants kept coming into the
t wipe youreoutry off the f o tftof ube to eat up the honey In the glass
n andt met be over two weeks doing lb at the end. When he took out the
I tMbter. eotk that closed the bulb, the Insect
Jast oppolte the brina anchorag came to look for the food. and he offer.
Va an old dirt fort mounng reIt some honey on the point of a
Sand garrisoned by a dosen l- eedle, says the New York Tribune.
1tn. The guns were old and hoey- M ant shrank back at first, then
liof powand r It would been charged with drew nearer, feeling about with its an-
a pam t of power it would have blow n until it reached the needle.
ItRo mt a the tort;a bt "s tWact Soom ft learned to take the honey off
abena to MS as astrd eaelrs. In n keeper's finger, although ants are
repb to hi a wi's qu ry among the most timid of living things.
Sb eply to adtakensw q sry bh and a new odor or the least movement
-- what d tketsde their nests usually drives these

wolfOr EELactG

Seqmaterr evmmeave Ts& ndto
Staugienthe Romlsig~ Pomseof
Nature to 'iwas-qa e Leme of
the Niek an" eof c1amtt@.

To my mind the part of the physical
man upon which depends all the pos-
siblities of mental resource Is that
part which has relation to respiration
and which for Its perfect work de-
pends upon the quality of the air we
breathe, the quantity respired and the
method thereof. The apparatus for
respiration consists of the lungs, which
are double, the one on the right side
having three lobes, the other on the
left only two. We must always bear
In mind that nature is generous In her
provisions, and she has given us so
much of lung tissue that a large part
can be quickly exhausted and become
Inactive, yet life endure for Its legiti-
mate threescore years and ten and Its
duties and activities continue unhin-
dered by any conscious lack. Under
the microscope the lung tissue shows
an Infinite number of tiny cells or ulti-
mate lobules. Some have estimated
these at five or six hundred million.
and, wonderful to relate, only with the
first breath that the Infant draws are
both lungs ever filled with absolutely
new air. All through life there is nec-
essarily what we call a residual air.
wiJch may be of a greater or less
amount, according to the breathing
habit of the Individual. It Is said that
the extent of surface through which
the air breathed passes Is approximate-
ly about 1,300 square feet, and the ex-
cretion from the lungs daily Is over
two pounds of poisonous matter. In
fact, It is certain that at least one-
third of the waste and poisonous mat-
ter caused by the activities of the
organism, its growth, repair, decay, is
excreted through the lungs.
Unfortunately, a great majority of
mankind breathe very superficially,
using only part of this large area of
lung tissue. Even if persons are out
of doors, unless by wise activity, the
deep cells of the lungs are not aerated
for the simple reason that very few
men or women know how to free the
lungs properly. Dettweiler states that
"deep breathing not only ventilates the
lungs and aids the circulation, but in
many cases Is able to strengthen the
muscles of the thorax, especially those
about the upper part of the chest" And
I believe that we have a right to expect
from respiratory gymnastics a real
strengthening of the resisting force of
nature to disease. Even if the lungs
have begun to break down. honest ef-
fort in this direction will supplement
One of the methods of correct breath-
ing is to put the hands lightly on the
hips, fingers backward; throw the
shoulders well back. hold the chest up,
chin in. and then inhale slowly through
the nose as long as possible. When
the lungs are filled, retain the air until
some discomfort is experienced, then,
forming the lips in the shape of a letter
0. exhale as slowly and evenly as is
consistent with comfort, making a
slight blowing sound. Such an exer-
clse for five minutes, clad only in one
garment or, better, with no garment at
all. night and morning, In a well venti-
lated room. will do very much in man,
woman or child to develop the lung ca-
pacity, Improve the carriage of the
body and enrich the quality of the
blood, which depends upon the activity
of the lungs for Its purification.
It Is no wonder that so much care
has been given by nature to the appa-
ratus for the respiratory function, for

we know perfectly well that man has
lived as much as sixty days without
food, he has been forced to exist for
some time without water; but, alas.
without air death must come in a brief
space of time
For instance, in 1756. 146 persons
were confined over night in a small
space not larger than 6.900 cubic feet,
with only two little windows on one
side. Within an hour all broke out in
a profuse sweat They were tortured
with thirst and difficult breathing, and
In three and a half hours the majority
were delirious. Then when the morn-
ing came forty-three only lived to tell
the tale. Another extreme case was at
the battle of Austerlits. Three hun.-
dred captured soldiers were confined
in a small cellar, and within a few
hours all but forty were dead. The
reason Is self evident. The air was In-
sufficient for the demands of each In-
dividual, the poisonous exhalations
from the body were thrown off through
the lungs, and a most agonizing death
ensued. It behooves us, then. most
carefully to consider In arranging for
the ventilation of homes, hotels, hos-

pitals and Jails not only that a proper
quantity of pure air shall be allowed
free circulation. but also to be watch-
ful lest this pure air shall be vitiated
by retained Impurities.
A great many Investigations have
been made to ascertain the relation of
air to disease, and perhaps the simple
statement of the fact that among all
Industrial classes those are healthier
and have the lowest death rate who
are gardeners, farmers, agricultural
laborers and fishermen-in other words.
those whose occupations are carried
on In the open air-will be a truth all
can understand.
What a lesson, then. to all who may
have families of children to rearI How
Important that every effort should be
made to secure the largest amount of
air space about the dwelling, plenty of
room for the children to play out of
doors, and by all means avoid having
little ones sleep tn on apartment which
the wl-s3 of heaven do not visit.-
Julia Holmes Smith. D. I)D.. In PUgrm.
The WMshttatlee.
The father of Florence Nightingale
was William Shore, who assumed by
letters patent the surname of Nightin-
gale in 1815. The name, together with



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Sit up

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q a&

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f Dilg Take Dr.
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bed palgitatlan of heat
b left sliM became edlred
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a to t up In b oanden
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N oawe treah wre cured
IF D MLNs' Heart Cure."

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Bow to Butte, a Coat.

now to Batton a Cost.
The art of properly buttoning a coat THE LICK LENS.
I-any coat-la, do It the other way.
That is to say that nine out of every Wonderful Effect l'pon It of the Heat
ten of us button our coats the wrong I rom a Man's Hand.
way. We commence with the topmost Some years ago the writer paid a vis-
button when we should commence with it to Alvan Clark at Cambrildgeport to
the bottommost i witness the testing of the huge lens for
The frailest portion of a coat, in re- the famous Lick telescope. At the end
aspect to shape retaining quqlitles-no of the long, dark room tile largest flint
matter how well made-Is the region of glass then in the world wa:is set tp on
collar and lapels. The swagger mer- edge. From a distance of about lift
chant taller always cautions his cus- feet a pencil of light was flashed into
tomer to "wear It buttoned a few days the heart of the disk and reflected back
so that the collar may set properly." Into the observer's eye. The slightest
Theit. this admitted, It follows that Imperfections. if. ny, in tIhe glass would
tugs and strains affecting this part of then be revealed by the curves of light
the garment tend to destroy Its sym- and the lines of polarizatiowi.
metry. Drawing the coat together by "Now," said Mr. Clark, "'1 will show
the top button and buttonhole for the you the wonderful sensitiveness of the
purpose of fastening exerts a pull all lens to outside influences. Every il-
around the shoulders and neck region, man body gives out heat and when
which, by repetition. In time will give brought near to extrenuly retnsitive
the smartest coat a bang dog appear- substances affects them to a greater or
ance.-Chat less extent. Now watch."
lie walked down t t the lens and held'
Made Good Matehes. his hand under It al.. it two feet av ay.
bSe-I can't make out how It sl that Instantaneously a nmiarvclous spectacle
Mrs. Wise has fish for nearly every burst into view. It seeneed as If the
meal. It can't be for eco lonuy's sake, great glass disk had become a living
for sihe must be fairly well off. volcano, spurting forth jets if flame.
He-She has a large family of un- The display was dazzlii;g. \Vnv-I;%.Z
married daughters, you know. leaping. dancing,. the cotih..less tollngui s
She-Now. don't be nasty and say of light gleamnid and vilr:ite'd; tl-n. tlit-
something about girls and their brains. fully, reluctantly, thly died away. Iarv-
That's so old. In"g the lens reflecting only ;a pure, tn:-
IHe-Oh. no. I hadn't the slightest in- troubled light.
tention of doing so! "'What is It? lI..w do yon account
She--Well, edn't you tell me? for the wonder?" were the eager quias-
He-I don't know. I'm sure. unless tions.
It's because fish are rich In phr.sphorui. "It is only the radiation of heat alter-
She-- don't see what that has to do nately expanding and eonitractitn g the
with It. I glass. If I had put miy hlat unipon the
He-Perhaps not. but still It's good lens Itself, the lph nomineltoni would have
for making matches. been even more violent."
To a person ignorant of lenses the al-
*Scotch Thrift. most supernatural sensitiveness of a
The city council of Auckland placed a mass of glass weighing sevcr:al lin;-
price on the bead of every rat in time dried pounds was :mtatmliing, l'it to
city, and a grocer's boy became a -er- the scientist it is an ii ev.r feet Nimrod and slew about 30. At tie' for he ha"s ii.sri;;i tit'< ilat 'v1r Ii-
risk of contracting the plague hlie car- t(r wivith ti! .. ty ti; *-:ipr4;i. tl
ried his dead along. obtained the scalp of a person lift:, ., ;ianil f>et'
money and came back jubilant to his away.-YumthIs (< .;:ti .t.,n::.
master and told him how much he had
made. The master cast upon him an t,. A-ricn nor.
eye of Aberdeen gray. and then re- Even i' :,h t: iirs;;i ia ,s. even
marked quietly. "Weel, weel. ye'l just I w s.ri. tii'4' rt ime i ,thlie
pay the money to our cashier, for ye youthful .Ai,-r. I. s :i;,!,:ii. lis
ken the rats Is mine, not yours."--Syd conitiqleni'e ijI his ovn o lit n;. tIe s dot
ney Bulletin. x 'holv f,or

The Dictionary.
If you want to t.- really Interested.
read the dictionary. It will tell you
how very badly other people sixpell our
language an(l. ncidentally, what a tiny
cupful of words we each dip up out of
It. ocnn -Minneanolls Times.

fututl, iv et l10'1Z in:a! he 0; rt'et. 4On Ile~ata,
out ill 116i:1,414-11alnr;: ::.iilnei~gnati..:.:
the darim-l 41 t ~~ low 'm'ite.'- Muir-
head,:' La lo[' o 4..',t1tr'.auts."

In l'I' p'. : I.. ti' to I.e :maIle Iby
White'sM tam Vernail. ,t i.- I ,r.:.itl Gillott. wi-o in a ti.fa.titurdl tieGemt of
lhanilS'S. t.ld will tmIn%,,, ,v,"v 1n."111. s! f tli l T e D was
It is a) tni a Wilnd Iv its. tnigitln'i- steel finely t mere. he pen was
ii proHperties will fn't.r to p nle -be-ks bandlmnde tlhrouhout and,. though
the rosy hue of healthI. 'ri. 2 I ery inferior to the machine made ar-
Dr. J. M. Jones. title of the present day. was still a
great advance upon the iron barreled
W |L pens that had been previously made.
uWA.....n--RPVFMA.. vF.-,;,- OP CH...

A Pretty and Puthetlc Story of Jenny
I Lind und i rieI.
We have recently read a beautiful
Incident. Jenny Lind and Grisl were
both rivals for popular favor In Lon-
don. Both were invited to sing the
same night at a court concern before
the queen. Jenny Lind. ling the
younger, sang first and was so dis-
turbed by the fierce, scornful look of
SGris that she was at the point of
failure when suddenly an Inspiration
came to her.
The aecompanist was striking the
final chords. SI:e asked him to rise
and took the vacant seat. lter fingers
wandered over the keys in a loving
prelude, and then she sang a little
prayer which she had loved as a child.
She hadn't sung it for years. As she
sang she was no longer in the pres-
ence of royalty: but singing to loving
friends in her fatherland.
Softly at first the plaintive notes
floated on the air, swelling louder and
richer every moment. The singer
seemed to throw her whole soul Into
that weird, thrilling, plaintive "prny-
er." Gradually the song died away
and ended In a sob. There was a sl-
lence--the silencee of admiring wonder.
The audience sat spellbound. Jenny
Lind lifted her sweet eyes to look into
the scornful face that had so discon-
certed her. There was no fierce ex-
I)ression now; Instead a teardrop glis-
tened on the long. black lashes, and
after a moment, with the impulsive-
ness of a child of the tropics. GrisI
crossed to Jenny Lind's side, placed
her arm about her and kissed her,
utterly regardless of the audience.-
Our Dumb Animals.
An Outraxe.
An old gentleman was present at the
reading of the will of a distant rela-
tive. lie had hardly expected to find
hiuiself renienhered In It, but pretty
soon a clause was read in which a cer-
tain field was bequeathed to him.
That was good. but the document went
on to bequtth the old gray mare in the
said field to so4ine one else-a man
with whon the o1d ( gentleman was not
on friendly t,,rins. That was too much
for his elq t;un r':ity. iandti he Interrupted
the slim'in4 W ic. dinps and brought a
bmuile to tin :aiees of the company by
excla itnisirg:
"Then slihe's eating my grasss"-Pear-

The ulllkeut Court.
The Denver Times says that when
Tom Itagnell was justice of the
peace at Altt:iali. the higl'est inc(orpo-
rated town in t!:e country, st:andiing
12,(K0O feet abtlove the sea level.
he had occasion to tine a disorderly
character $1) anld tosts. The vktilni of
the operation of ji;' l. et' otilc-tedl to i,'
finding of the vcout" and I:mt'u.,unllt'!
that iv. wotIo -. I. :tt ; 1 l.
"W inh::t? .'.: p l. v hlv .o. 0 '." a; '.d
the astot iislhtI -C,;I:. ": ,i r;tc '!it eoIlne
uny o' thqt. now. '.:!' 5s tiiht highest
court In the l'n:l ? t;tes, und you
can t ape;a.'.

She Une an Obe'rver.
"IDid (;eorge Write Io y(.u every dAy
while he % :is I;-ave!i arutnd'"
"Yes, q.veIy dlay."
"W h a t ...*,; l.i~ ir~ ty '"
"Yes, but I Idis of the Ilet tetrs was written here In his
oflire I beforee Ihe s(:artSel. atnd all lie h11ad
to do wvas to druip on! in 'li e postottlce
wherever he lnchmiced o toIe."
"And l:ow udid yuo' litilu that out'?"
"The 'e' in hi.s oteie' typewriter is
broken."--'levela ld I'la ;n lDealer.
Its Good I'oiat.
Gentleman (to house a'ent)-The 1
great dis:tldva:ntage., is that the house is
so l:11nip.
House Agent li Advnit.age. I call it. In case of fire It
wou.lld'it Ih so lIke!y to burn.

And *tt Climax Brandy.
A. e& o -An 19 .



f WALTER HAWKINS. Geu'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonvlle, F5.
S3 J. C. ILL., General Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. lhmrox, Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


ro 0 The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
I H 7 .S The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, ilhmam
S TO THIE t~l nd Washinton.
8 C z4 *l.J -B-. / 4 "Washington.
rSP R'S PORT GRAPE IW E Ttl The Southern Ry. via Jesaup, Atlanta and Chalt'lgo
NINE YEARS OLD. TOTHE T The Louiaville A Nashville via mntgomery.
2NINE V YEARS OLD. 6 W e s The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia, Ahilt.
THUIS CELEBRATED WLNE is the pure ijulc The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
t e the Oporto Grape, reed In Sprer' viane i .._______.
r7 5..Itnal ul 'e Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
Tese and Strongth em-ag Properltes TO THE I 1T New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
are pun ry an oby : wines inth word. E t Via Savannah and Merehants and Miners Transpor-
bMng produced under Mr Speer' permoual muper- station company for Baltimore.
vision, at b own vineyards, the past forty yea ... .
SItsapIyand o unnoe ars Jth TO K E Y W E ST AND HAVANA
=-=Zr it. It Is particularly beneficl to
thed, debilitated ,and thewm.ker er. VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
respect it s A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
hIat l i. i.,-gsturekof e'a Smb', it. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Islad Vit Boston and Cam-
i -- o the co-r o .f.est oe ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Cher
Speer's (Socialite) Claret lottestown.
Is held In high estimation for Its richness as aDry I -- -
Table Wine, specially suted for dinner use.
.* wtneof Superior Character and partakesot will le on sile throughout the Northern. Eastern, Western and Southern 8tatMs to
mad cb quaitie of the grape from whch it all Florida nr.'ts.via the Plant Systenm during the season 1900-1901 limited to
Speer's ** Climax Brandy 'tuiirn until May "Ilst. with libersi stop-over privileges in Florida.
I mPURE distillation of the grape ,ta -- A.ln- of Iarties in the North wnt to the underaigned will be liberally
unrivaled in this country f r medicinal-ai pr, siplitit witlih all infornitioii and handsonie advertising matter.
and equal in every respect to the hich ]priceO; ior iiifornalt ion as to rates,slh.ping car reservations. etc, call on, or write to
Cognac Brandies of France, from which ait cannot
tie dstinui Sed. '. M. .JOILY, Division Pa.ssnger Agent, 138 West Bay St-, Jacksonvile, Florida
SOLDKEEP FIRST CLASS GRINERS W. It. DENIIM, General Suiperintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pass. Trafie Man.
savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.
F B. HAVEN, -W-, .- N4-

Horshodng, *VW^ORMS!!vjERIIFM E_
Blacksmithing .Fw 20 Tears as Led _a 5 raf I
and RepaIrig JAMES F. BALLAD OL. iW

At .' ,it of N ,)rth lBlrid.r-e.- A. -.

I Thompson, Tior. ... .
I Thson TaloWestern & Atlantic Railroad.
IHigh (Grailte T"aiilorii g 11 Si 'ialty.
Suits uiilitlh to l'il"r ftr 18 aI ndi
pI limits fi,r .$4 anlId upwiards. DIXI E F L ER ROUT E" -
Cleaning and Repaliring at Reasonable Rates ,-E:
I'itt .\' Av..'r.;.-! 4f ICitv llt. l. NASHVILLE,
I ()(. A.. ... S ..Al. ICurrying through Pullman Ucgtibuled Buffet Seepe Jacko ill to 8
Ar htp:iiritl t lv, .otlahgeCf et Jatktonvilleto
'p;.irie, ,,.,!v "" ."o. (",Fla. Louis without change. Choie of Rut.
A \(e.. itar IH M..h li., l a olna, Fl.-L
.-.... -.... FFor information r native to rates, schedule, etc.,or for sleeper reservations, writeto
F l..; 7- o e1 T ('. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Ages,
IJLeA .i L...-- t .a.am .AtlantaL. ia. :Jacksonville, Fla,
healsi sadstptcOUh. II. I. SMITII. Traffic Manger, Nashville, Tenn.
Foley's Kidney Cure -----.
--_ VE0 8L.... /E 1) rPan-American

F. IV. SA xS, Proprietor Exposition,
Ral,,-2 i. ll I 'pwari; l ,ial toi Aput

NEWt ~ue.'s

\13m sEf M'.t

....... 0 Buffalo, N. Y.

May i to November i, 19oi.

T he Seaboard Air


Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from
J 8cksonville $42.30 and $42.95. Coiresponding
'low rates from other points.
Doubl Daiy Sric ^inligSudy i

Doubl Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.
FI-r further informant ion write to
It E. L. Li NCHII. I;en. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A.O. MACl)ON\KI. IA. -,, .. ..


Pom dJuics from NaturalRoots.

NchusethesystmuPudfissthe moods

WkStomach ad Impuied NDIpo.

Euq I" !No&utu s ftSallstal.
Prioe, 50 Centm.


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Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations made to Lolevilt, Oh lea Me
Chicago. only requiring passengers to step from one car into an-oee.
No. 2--DAY EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, o.t. wit
through ilo.per Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with throu luperor
All correspondence promptly answered and t..eplng Car Bertas wtrved. Will sei
meet passengers at depot in Jaemouville or my ofeK, S West Day StroeeL Deep ie Uns.





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