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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: October 26, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00407
Source Institution: University of Florida
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An old marmesr i Arksas, whose
had all grown up and ieft hi, hired a
yomg ma bty h- of Esa Buck to
elp him na his farm On theveming of
th irst day they hauled up a small load
of pols or wood asd unloaded them be-
twe a the a-Mm ad barnyard.
The anst moriag the old man said to
the bird man:
"Beau, I am going to town to-day,
and while I am gom you may saw up
that wod and kep theold ram out of
t gardse."
Wbm the old an had gone, Esam
went ot to saw the wood, but when he
saw the saw he would not saw it.
Whbm Sasaw thsawbesaw that be
could aVw t with that saw. Esam
koom d around ore another saw, but that
was the only samw he saw, so be did not
saw It.
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mwod snd mad= a & sa w. The mat
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h a t ww bk-sMwt11 EaU Buck,
ad wha -b cae home he hung the
buck-sw for Esau Buck on te saw-buck
by t ssa4mw.
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beck the garden eating cabbage, and
wtm driving him fro te gard to
the b yardBeauBeck mw the buck-
saw oa the saw.bk by th se-saw, aad
ea stopped to examine the new buck-
saw. Now, wh theold back saw ESau
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h msaw-bmk by th -msaw, he made a
die fo ama, mimed esm, kit the me-
saw, knoded thg 4s w against Ema
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saw-te4 k by te sme4aw. Now, when
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san mod meas *k aU on the buck-)
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was angup with the b o k-saw o the
saw-buck by the s4saw, erpplad .e
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bck and the ssaw.
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a"nd l Bwk 1an te habcksaw and
the aw-back aad th suaw, be quiey
tuned around, wmst back aad juped
into t gardm again and am up the
ret of the old man's cabbas.


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I OF iAL INTEREST TO ALL)
yCa.. at Wray's and a te china
dlay.
Coolgoes will be a cold ghost next
Monday.
WWAwr-D-To buy a large ofce
safe; all at Holly Inn.
0. P. Ballouh was a Jacksonvilkl
visitor the first of the week.
'Ouifng aanels 5,6,7,8, 9 and 10
mate per yard at Moore Bros.
Geo. Watson has moved into the Carp
well hose, corner Beach street and Fires
avenue.
Orane tress in this city are in splennti
condition, and many of them will ben
thi winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dvis arrived from Graa,
IapMs, M"ch., Monday, and are occup)
their Ridgewood home.
Judge Mackey and his little grand-
daughter, Thslma, of St. Augustine, speni
last Saturday In Daytona.
Notice the date printed on your papei
this weak. If you are in arrears kind
call and settle-we need their money.
Salm B. Wright, a prominent insurance
man of DeLand, was calling on his nu-
] Daytona friends Thursday.
The poles or the telephonelinebetween
hbee ad Deland have been set and the
lina will be in operation by the middle of
ae t month.
vOf the total tax levied on DeLand
property, both real and personal, for
1800 taxes, only $279.69 remained un.
collected last weak.
J. I. i a'er left Thursday for Kansas
hty, where he goes to purchase some
cattle for his farm, which is situated
northwest of town.
Mrs. E. A. Miller, of Milwaukee, Wis-
comIns, arrived Wednesday and will
sposd the winter with her daughter,|
Mrs. 0. P. Ballough.
i Othf& Son have sold out their bicycle
business to W. W. Austin, and will now
devote their time entirely to their other
business. See notice in advertising col-
umns.
J. Bratt & Son have just completed a
beautiful hack for C. L. Dohn, the livery-
man of New Smyrna. They have also
just turned a delivery wagon for Odum'@
muat market. I
Wm. M. McGriff returned from West
Palm Beach Sunday and will remain in
Daytona through the winter. He in-
foros us that he already has several
painting contracts.
Peter Carellas, the proprietor of the
Beach Street Fruit Store, has an ad. In
thie issue. Mr. Carrellas carries a fuU
and complete line of fruits, candies aun
cigars. Call and seme him.
The Halifax House is now open to
winter visitors. This house is delight-
fully located on the river front. The
rates are from five to seven dollars per
wesk, and the accommodations are ex-

Dr. J. M. Jones will move his drugstore
into thq Weaver building, next to the
OAswrr,-Nws okew, next week. Dr.
and Mrs. Jonse will also occupy the up-
per part of the building as a p ace of

D. P. Smith, county tax collector, was
up from New Smyrna Thursdayy. Mr.
Smith was collecting the State and
county occupation tax from the business
and professional msa of Daytona for the
current year.
W. M. Guthrie was arrested Thursday
on complaint of IL L. Kluts charged
with aggravated assault. The defend-
ant waived examination and bonds were
fixed at 8250. Edwin M. Mansfield
igned the bond for appearance at the
December term of the Criminal Court'
when the case will come up for trial.
William Allen, a prominent farmer of
Fort Plain, N. Y., arrived Tuesday after.
noon and, as usual, will spend the winter
at the Van Dorn House. Mr. Allen in-
forms us that potatoes and apples are


scares parties in his state this year. He
say that wherm he generally gathers 200
barrels of apples this year the crop was
t90 barrel.
SA sugar mill and cane plantation is to
be established at Oak Hill, on the line of
the Florida East Coast Railway on the
Hlirboro river and within a short dis-
taace of Mosquito Inlet. The company
has 5,000 acres of land, and will plant
1,000. Besides the large mill to be put
in, is a large hard wood saw mill plant
to be installed to work up the magnifi-
cent bodies of hard wood on the grant,
consisting of hickory, oak, magnolia,
esdar Wadcypress. Baltimore capitalists
am back of the move.
sesertaS ft and T wtme.

The ladie of Daytona have cause to
congratulate themselves on the fact that
they have such splendid opportunities to
inspect the beautiful fall and winter
styles in millinery at the millinery par-
lose of Mrs. E. B. Moon. hbe new hats
which she shows in and- variety are
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I8Mest mwal for your poultry at
Rush's.
W. W. Austin has had a seww laid
from his lot to the river.
E. T. Conrad returned from his trip to
New York Tuesday evenan.
Excellent chestnut. grow ti Voia
county aad ar now on sale at DeLamL
E. Diligham les obliged to run the
novelty factory naght and day owing to
a rash of work.
Miss Kate O'Connor arrived in Day-
tona Tuesday evenmug from her summer's
i it with friends In Mihbigan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parkinson and chil-
iron returned home from North Carolina,
here they have been spending the sum-
;ier, last Sunday.
I'Geo. H. Clark's new china and
bric-a-brac 4 certainly worth seeing
'all and make your eboie before the
handsome pries are gone.
Miss Mabel Foys has been confined to
lier room the past couple of weeks suffer-
ng with malarial fever. She is consider-
bles better now, much to tie delight of
her numerous friends.
Fred Haven, the blacksmith, has a very
novel display in the postoffl e window
in the shape of several miniature homrse-
shoes in a glass frame. It Is a very nest
display and is attracting considerable
comment.
Acting Marshall French bas had more
than the usual policeman's troubles this
week. The blasted razor-back has been
invading a number of gardens about
town and it has kept Doe. pretty busy
chasing them.
J. E. Ingraham, third vice-president of
the Florida East Coast By., passed
through Daytona on the north-bound
passenger Tnssday, so route from a tour
of inspection of the company's property
down the coast.
Plesons who have work to be done In
the carpenter and painting lines are com-
plaining of not being able to secure any
one to do the work. Probably never be-
fore has Daytona experienced such a
building boom as this summer.


The work on McCoy Bros.' new boat is
progressing very rapidly and it will be in
the water in about three weeks. It will
be christened "-The Columbia." This new
boat will be put on daily service between
Daytona and New Smyrna this winter.
Sonmetime during the past few weeks
someone entered the Fountain City House
and stole some of the silver ware. All
the property taken was without marks,
so that it will undoubtedly be hard work
to trace the theft. The value of the ware
w bout twenty dollars.
Horace F. Stewart has leased the Sea-
side Inn to Messrs. Dunklee and Cios, of
Pidgeon Cove, Mans. These gentlemen
conduct the Ocean View House at that
place in the summer. H. W. Dunk-
lee, one of the firm, has spent a number
of winters in Daytona.
John T. Detwiler was circulating
among his Daytona friends Wednesday.
and as usual did not forget to make us e
call. Det. says he is kept busy now gp,
ting the fih In condition for the wintt:
visitors. He opns that fishing will bo-
very plentiful thts water along the
Halifax.
A sugar mill with a dally eapa'!ty o,
150 tons Is to be established In a suburb
of Jacksonville. Theplant will cost in
the neighborhood of $100,000. The mile
company will plant 600 acres of caun,
and will encourage the farmers In the
neighborhood to enter more largely into
cane growing. The mill will extract 90
to 96 per cent, of the saccharine matter
from the cane, thus practically doubling
the output of the cane as compared with
the farm method of extracting the juice.
The GAzTTrr-Nzws and Jas. M. Os-
born have made arrangements whereby
Mr. Osborn moves the "Quick Print Shop"
into our building Monday. After that
date we will not do job printing our-
selves but will devote all of our time to
the paper. We are very much pleased
with the business prospects, having in
the part few weeks added over 40 new
Aubscribers to our list. It will be our
aim to improve the paper right aiong,
and among other things we expect to
have a resume of the happening of all
neighboring hamlets every week.
The State Fair management has per-
fected arrangements with the express
company and the railroad companies, as
follows: All county exhibits will go to
Jacksonville free; If there is anything in
the exhibit to be returned, it will pay a
return rate of frstiht. Private exhibits
going by freight, will pay the rate to
Jacksonville and be returned free.
Southern Express Co.. will ship free, not
to exceed 150 pounds; If returned, regu-
lar rates will apply. If exhibitere m fit,
the exhibits, both personal and county,
can be sold in Jacksonville, which will
do away with returning same at the
close of the fair. The passenger rate
will be a ent amd a half a mile each way.
The round trip from Daytona will be
$3.30. Tickets will be sold Nov. 18th to
23d, limited to theo 4th.


WRye and graham Sour aad
corn meal at lsh's.
Mrs. Birchwood came down
Jacksonville Thursday.


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The Breakers is being overhbmlsd and
ten new sleeping room added.
Dr. W. E. Frenh went to Oak Hill on
professional business Thursday.
i'New books at ark's jewelry and
stationery store; large assortment.
The Melvin-Maley-Godwin ease was
settled Monday,each side paying its own
costs.
Miss Lizzie Gardiner, the eeisaMt sales.
lady in Moore Bros.' store, visited with
Ormond friends Sunday.
Mr. an( Mrs. L. N. Blood a-rived from
Missouri Thursday and am now occupy.
ing their Ridgewood horm.
Our Seabrese correspondent has hbes
on the sick list for the past few days,
hence there is no news from that place
this week.
IW'Hello dar Sam! Whar you gt
dat good pie?" "Why at d eGramling
Bakery, of co'se. Date whar we gets all
de good tings to esat"


William Schants, son of our estImsed
townsman, Adam Schants, arrived from
Dayton, Ohio, Thursday evening with a
carload of stock and farming implsmats.
The postofflee department has de-
cided to place the late Pislsat Me-
Kinley's head on the new inge of postal
cards, which will appear shortly after
December lit next
The work on the new hall at Seabses
is rapidly progressing ad will be com-
pleted by the 15th of November. Tih
floors are all laid and the windows an
most all in place. The buildings 63 by
86 eet.
Among the many things unloaded at
the depot yesterday was a handsome
wagon for the delivery of Adam Sc8aatsa
famous Lily Water. The wagon, which
id the perfection of beauty, will be
hauled by a blooded span of black hoses.
One of the most fashionable colored
w#-ddings of the season took place at
WVaycros Thurrday evening, when J. W.
Porter and Miss Lizzie Murray were
united in marriage. A reception was
tendered the happy couple at the Troy
House.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Ladd and
laughter. Rebecca, arrived from Spring
lield, Mass., where they have been sum-
mering. Thursday night, and am now at
their home in Seabreese. Many oi their
friends were at the house to welcome
them home.
J. P. Thomas has taken into partner-
ship in the Florida East Coast Bottling
Works, his brother-in-law, H. E. Burdick
who recently arrived from Watertown,
Wisconsin. The new firm will put ina new
appliances, and the quality of their
products will be second to none. -O
~.'e excursion season is now over and
from this time on through the winter
visiting strangers will take possession
if the railroads and hotels, and the poor
-wople of the State will take a back seat.
the changed condition will be gratefully
Accepted by the white people, but the
olured population will be bowed down
with grief until the excursion season rw-
,urna.-Gainesville Sun.
There will be between 800 and 1,000
boxes of oranges shipped from Robsrt.'
groves at this place this season. About
half will be tangerines. Fair crops will
*lso be shipped from the Robinson, Do-
zier, Heebner, Grmbrel and Lam s groves.
In growth and beauty the 1e0-acr grove
east of the city, owned by M. F. Robin-
%on, of Sanford, eclipses anything in Vo-
lusia county.-DeLand Record.
lWBoy's suits at Moore Bros., from
50 cents up.
Everything points to the success of the
carnival to be held about the first of
January, celebrating the lighting of the
,.ity by electricity. A zobo band is be-
ing organized,and prices will be awarded
for the best decorated ladies' and gent's
bicycle, also a prise for the best deco-
rated carriage. In the evening a torch-
light and Japanese lantern procession
will take place, to conclude by a jollif-
cation at the new pavilion. Mr. Keating,
the builder of the new pier and pavilion,
is very anxious that the affair should be
a success, and will bear all the expenses
of the evening's entertainment at his
place.

WSee Moore Bros. fne line of dress
goods and trimmings.

THE VOTING CONTEST.

Miss E'izabeth Silvernail 170
Miss Myrtle E. Rix 125
Miss Louise Foote.............................. 85
Miss Violet MCoy........................ 75
Miss Mabel Ellsworth............. 60
Miss Helen Burgman ....... 40


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THE LOWEST PCS.


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CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANOB AVENU,


JUST RECEIVED


Keefer Pears s


Almanaga Grapes


Has a Select Stock of.....


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINE, BRU ,M


COMBS AND TOILET 8OAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONEB, proprietor, can be cooeslted prnomagmily driq begins
hours; of hobors, 8 lnays, 9:00 to 10:80 a. a.; 280 to 4 J& p. a.


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STE t M amTES.

-* iis Sees ,thee ouly thing of
Skinda the country; all the animals
km hu lriA ad al the curiosities from

And w hSwannme comme with $200
a a bigx-btR.
Aad bm thb Alachua county hool
bhar with $100 for a school exhibit.
i*,a's mew industry: the whip fac-
y with a la-exhibit
Bave you sea the Marion county prew-
f amt? 0O hundred and fifty pre-
Siumes Maued by Marion county to
m a cote eiay exhibitors. Now you
7 Vv. t beam cutting, threshing and
-iI@ *bim will be at the State

SeM knoow each other after the fair
i. -W *t r

Te IM clothe st stubborn and
me ci of pess have been aured
bu_ Pl Obtmnut. It
a- svr u Le. Prule Ss cL. in bot-
;. .o dnT7o6ct Dr. J. IL. Joums
.-.
Paerbld, of Atlantie, Ia.,
OWt lSM Iowa K. of P;.,


"-I- IVu I *--

00 9 s.it do = 0

'Every week there b pIubl-d dome-
thing in a rdal newspaper which some-
em, e-t41b0 em-m l3 0 0morm,
wouldmtr have left out. A nmwspa-
per 6 W ave a warm friend, a person
who wk.m orsfr" yema i m-
have done him ninety-nine favors, but
let it wfi to do tip oadredth, or isthI
"ayamm1 he U eals00ary e
A ll.~r~ ten -e trk about
wheahedoesnot want the truth told,
and that pereom b Remes an enemy. He
in very quek toeuget the past, but it is
very bitter about the present."


POCE PARK NOTES.

Posf PAM .Oct.4.-We have another
shas with the light oub e assistants,
a ongman from Charoston, S. C., tak-
tag the place of him who retires. Also
om mom addition to their children, a
boy born to Mr. and Mrs. d MT.P. O'Hagen
a nine pounder.
No, we wffl not build the addition to
our sehom hous this year, but at no far
distant day it will need to be.
Two of our young ladies have gone to
'St. Augustine convent school.
Guest arc already arriving at the
Park Home and Paceti House; through
their ways of coaxing or forcing, fsh are
plentifuleabshore.
JadgIg from the music of the saw and
hammer the pavilion, carried away from
the P House wharf by the recent high
water, will soon be replaced.
Oh tIhe frogs, the baby frogs; they are
v wj bheiu, or have been, but within the
paut few days they are on the march, in
colonies and armies, heading East; their
se'leAP but wonderful instinct leading
them toward a low place, midway be-
tween river and ocean, where there is yet
stagnant water. Excepting this frog re-
sort the fresh water has left our locality
and we have again the usual unadulter.
ated salt water, in river as in ocean.
Some garden work, destroyed by the
rins, has been replanted and is show-
good growth.

Frwom Tb. O ena EveaL IMtar
Of April 1st., 1901.

"We are indebted to Mr. George Close
for the finest cabbage and lettuce we
have ever seen grown in Florida. Mr.
Close is a man of fine judgment, and one
of the most succeeful Ouckers in the
State, and he is as generous and large-
bearted as he is prosperous.' Mr. Close
boht his sed frd m the Old Reliable
Uduan, J. B. Sutton, who handles
only the best Seeds to be had especially
adapted to Florida, and makes a spe-
cialty of the finest strains of Cabbage.
Egg Plant, Letture, Onion and Tomato
Seed. See display advertisement in
another column.


COROAA NEWS.

COoxNADA, Oct. 24.-The different places
for entertainment for winter guests are
making preparations for the winter. A
goodly number of visitors are expected
this season.
Fishing in excellent now at the bridge.
pier. Sheephead are biting readily, and
it is no trouble to get afne string. Bas,
trout, etc., are furnishing satisfactory r-
turns.for the time occupied.
The pinery connected with the Bo-
noc .grove is completed. This pinery
comprises about an acre and is stocked
with some of the finest varieties of pines
obtainable.
Chis. W. Rush is supplying the timber
for thie bridge. His saw mill is now in
steady operation.
J. H. Vrooman and sons are rebuild-
ug the bridge across from New Smyrna
to the beach.
The Coronada school is under roof and
school is expected to open next month.
Eb. Mansfield's dredge is cutting out a
channel about 100 yards long, for Capt.
rams, to give him access for launches and
house boats.


Nature can only feed the flame of life
with the food eaten which is digested.
Herbine will re-invigorate a weak stom-
ach, .aad so Improve digestion as to in-
sure the natural bloom of health. Price
Wrets. Dr. J. M. Jones.


DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT.

Marie Corelli'- "Thelma" which has
been dramatized by Chas. W. Chase the
well known writer, will be produced at
the Opera House Saturday, November
Id, by Aiden Benedict'. excellent com-
pany. Mr. Chase has spent much time
in making "Thelma" a most interesting
and realistic drama, and the snow storm
scene, which has been introduced in the
fourth act, is an electrical novelty never
before introduced upon any stage.
It is the only version of 'Thelma" and
has been praised by all the leading man-
agers of America.
See the burning ship, the great snow
storm, the Altbn Fjord, the Aurora Bo-
r slis, all requiring tons of scenery to
produce the same. This play is by the
well known author, Chas. W. Chase, who
smeeesfully dramatized "Quo Vadis,"
now in its third year on the road, also
"Fabio Romani," now being played for
the fourteenth season.

Arrangementefor the execution of Leon
C(oogoss,aseassin of President McKinley,
have been completed. The execution will
occur at noon next Monday. Only
*.mte mwonsm will te admitteMd t th.


TKMM EN AW

Their mre lis01awrteda Mew

laug thsia mpari-d dorhwhe |seeM
tio ofcontreto, mechanics, labormew
and material me, and requiring con-
taactoato fnk to:own the ssM
of all Msb-cootractors, mechamnics and
laborer. employed in the conmtructio
4rlepairefeamybhldin4g,616, as we"As
of all pemos who furnish material for
thesa me; failure or rfudal to do so be-
iag pleadable in any action against the
owner theeo.
The act provides for the enforeemet
of lies by legal process, and that upon
return thereof a jury may be called,
whether the defendant eball appear or
not, to ascertain whether the work weas
done or mated l furinhd, and if pay-
mept was m e = the sae.
In an action and this law, in Jack-
sonville, in which its aid was invoked so
recover from an owner for work done
ad -materials furnished by a mb-con-
treeter, and in which a demurrer was
filed questioning the validity of the law,
usual interest to all parties engaged In
building operation, in which he holds th
law to be unconetutior-, partielarb
the seventh section, the substance ol
xhich is given above, on the ground, a*
the cas i reported, that said section
seeks to deprive persons of property
without the process of law.
Whatever may be the aspects of the
case decided, in the matter of its facts
sad details, the decision is one that
should receive the attention ofthose who
give or take contracts for buildings, etc..
in order that litigation may be fore-
btalled. Thecaseisquiteslikelytogo to
the supreme court for fal adjudication,
but in the meaatime too great care can-
not be exercised by all concerned in
building operations.

White's Cream Vermifuge in a highly
valuable w p artion, capable, from
promptitude of its action, of clearing
the system n a few hours of every worm.
Pri 5c 1 et. Dr. J. M. Jones.


TAIBLE o tM TIDES.
Week beginning Oct. 27, 1901.
mon"aDRs.


a. m.
Sunday 6:31
Monday.......................... 7:20
Tuesday .......... 8:10
Wednesday 9-02
Thursday...... 9:56
Friday 10:54
Saturday 11:56
LOW TID.
Sunday 12:15
Monday 1:.01
Tuesday 1:51
Wednesday 2:42
Thursday ...... 8:37
Friday........................ 4:36
Saturday .....A ................... 5:41


p.m
6:59
7:50
8:41
9:86
10:85
11:88


12:53
1:48
2:85
8:29
4:26
5:27
6:30


WAwVtr-SwVuRAL PZZONs OF CEAr-
acter and good reputation in each State
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of soid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 fekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offices.
Horse and carriage furnished when nee-
eary. References. Enclose self-ad-
$16 Caxton Building, Chicago.




* 0
PoRn ORAoGE, Oct. 24.-Miss Caroline
McDonald has had a new room added to
her house.
Mrs. Wilkinson, of Hawks Park, is
making r ahort visit to Mrs. Came.
Mrs. Weinae has had Mr. Milburn paint-
ing her house.
Our school teacher is giving general
satifaction to her patrons and the
school is progressing finely.
Walter Savage and John Boatwright-
of ]iami,are visiting Port Orange, which
used to be their former home. They are
stopping at the Hardeman House.
Mrs. E. McDaniel, well known here as
"Grandma" McDaniel, as she has forty-
five grandchildren in this place, took a
ride on Saturday with her daughter-in-
law to Daytona, which place she has not
seen in five yearn.
John Carrow was the happy father of
a little daughter, born on Saturday
morning.
0. W. Johnson was in town Sunday.
Jordan McCullom was a visitor in our
town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geemer arrived last week
from Illinois and Michigan where they
have been spending the summer with
their daughters.
Mr. eaFills, the drygoode man, was in
town this week.
A quantity of long palmetto logs are
being hauled to the bank of the Halifax
to be rafted to Spruce Creek for piling for
the bridge on the New Smyrna bridge.
Hon. J. Y. Detwiler, Fish Commis-
sloner stopped here on his way to Day-
tona to call on some of his many friends.,
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Schants drove
down from Daytona, one day this week
and took in all the points of interest
here.
Capt. Ellison, landlord of the Hotel
Ponce, at Ponce Park, came up in his
launch Monday. Alonso Cook, of Fort
Pierce accompanied him. He took back
with him a large stock of groceries. etc.,
for use in the hotel the coming season.
He reports having several guests already.
Charley Day was in town Tuesday.
MIPe Milburn and Mrs. DuBole drove
Ip to Daytona Tuesday and spent the
day with Mrs. Vernon Bracey.
Mr. Jones came un from Ponce Park


WI,-
Jl. a ciik 4MI
Bsodici-


LCAY i0 MAsouovumor


OcEAN iOStoE,
PF. W. SAMS, PprtIw
Bates: l aad Upward; Special to

MXW sM iRA, LOWDA.

P. 0. COUNrT,
BOOT AND SHOUMAKELL

Ave., near Bomk St., Daytona,

Thompson, m ....

igh Orade Tailortag a Bpedalty.
SBits made to order for $18 and
up; Pant. for $4 and upward.
Cbef *d W*I 8 st m 'beSS
Cottage Ave., rear of Cty Hotel.
DATTOA, FLoUD_


F. B. HAVEN,


andRean


At Foot of North Bridge.
12 Daytona Florida.

WANTK--S3mUAL PsMoIm or CKA-
actr and good reputation in each Mate
(one in this county required) to .repre
sent and adwert oldM tabled
wealthy bummiss homn oflid sfimeAl
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable In cash
each Wednesday direct from bead offim.
Hoe and carriage furnished whem nec-
ceeary. bRd nmm ERdom =fa4&
drweed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caston Building, Chicago.

Dryt/onar t we have a Day-
Doy tona a booklet with
z pictures of this
ILLUSTRATED famous resort,
01.50 per 100 if or-
dered before Oct. 15. Just ftsan en-
velope. Jae. M. Osborn, Daytona, Fla

he OAKS
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona, Florida.


NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.


A new houre, heatedsthroughout by hot
air, mew furnishings, everything
to make guemtecomfartable.
Rates Reasonable.

MSs. YOUaoRe VlvermALEPS g.

SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES


smU')


= W'oTA10" TcH
Protect orchards, gardens, cottons,
corn, tobacco, cucumber., tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetable from
the ravages of insets without the use of
poison or spray. Send $1.00 for sample
trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
COUNTY.
Address J. B. SUTTON, Seedeman,
Ocala. Fla.
See local notice in another column.


3he Palms
This popular home-liko boarding
house is beautifully si u ted on
Beach Street facing th* Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
the table board excellent. Th?
house is but three blocks from the
postoffice and convenient to all
the churches and but one mi'e
from the beach. Rate. reasonable.
J. McCOLLUM, Proprietor.

Opera house.

Saturday Evening
November 2d, '01.
Alden Benedict's New Scenic Pro-
duction, .Marie Corelli's


Thel-n)a,


As dramatized by
Charles. W. Chase


Wmne JonELuCsacLWe mATsA&rmA


j'l supply of all kinds of electrical
applhces and supplies always on had.

eSMM AAteisa 0 bMIM Work.


Daytona Ice Co.
WK. Wmnm, Manager.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water.


3I--ghtI& Awem-e md Rbafluemd

MILLS TRANSFER CO.
Haute baage, freight, etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Bopton Barber Shop.
Phona- 77. 8. MIIA, PorP


JA. A EICRSON

Has a big lot of Harnees, Collars,
Leather traps and Parts. Just
received Harnese$6.50and upwards.
New Sewing Machines for $16 and
upwards. I can fumish you with
any kind of a sewing machine.


Ye rPatfeemawgede 3tod.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker. .

Doors and Window Screens, Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing doneon short notice
at reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue. DArroNA, FLA.

E. F. STARKEY,
ARCHITECT,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER,


Suggestions of plans furnished gratui-
tously. Will cheerfully cousult with
persons desiring plans, and guarantee
satisfaction.


'Phone 11.


Seabreeze,


Florida.


You can fool di the people
of the time, and someof the
p aa -2 the lime; but you
can't fool an the people an the
time.

WE DONT want you fooei
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
obtwiln not last It cosa
much to put on a poor paint a
it does a good one.





aeemde to fool no o. They
are homet Paints for honest peo-
ple They cover most, look belt,
wo kgest* are most ecommi.
cal, and rats full measure.
IOLD 3r
Bingham & Maley.


A. Ceci Barnett,
o anid Typewlt.
Copying aund Ifanifolding a Mpeelafty.


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Why buy imported ei.gwas&Mm aesy ml tieuheawsg
and other drugs, whem yo i m hI kw pame fr t
Box of 25 1 MAN..MM AIL TO.ANY : -M
Box of 50

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tml have smAw d homse a the ow.
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owr winter.
a eubarimr to thi
lowa"gnet a sample espy it is a we-

6" up with doedun&
Te momy# *pefimg at MmB. E. 5.

taadig, and smyw rv 7emtmPscl
Sof the m*ilere' ars won as exhibi-

Mrs F. E. Boml. who ha besme.
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time, is mow much improved, a"d
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see -m poe should
gsm usr to Daytos t
Od who Ie w ibtafng a.
ift md eldet plant at that
mOOn af athe mtcou
lwa d rdm tha..- DPloe t,.c
'We *inatamd tathe genti
ahwspmim -mdor eoawide
ie.a- ehouml give the move i


vaatio;' to pay for emal pw*ihm s vy a-
S Pox Ml. Retail merehait, publHies' am
S othem erelve so NmWr .ta ps q
ti tmails that they are put to .rios
AInfvea lhiesseM, as nobody wuste qtf
for hage and they an not madiljo.
Trwtible iaatm&h. Maa aprebsa wo,
52 take stamp to lioeu feav*ey, but ft
S is often ineone@smhu t for those who.mead
abI ordees by mail to procure postoae
i a ek ist l tM tandt o do ao6 te woagd,
Aak Jor. eoin ianlst.
I term of Amistant Postmaster Hubbard has a
wnl not plan thathe theke will b a gream eon
" P86 w* esisMw to both mrehants and par-
. chasers by mail. -
Sor a few It provides for the ten ot pos
Sgo to stamp certMeate.t The eastomr would
As a piano btaBowed to buy, rom the local post.
erior skill m aster at very small tra cost, a stamp
y is he a &ertAcate for the desred amount and
Mdsmta'se it Instead of the amps It rep
. H your sets.
tr hbow The receiver of this certdfcate coldi
mr pocket convert it into stamps at its par vati %
or into eash at a discount of only 1 pe
cent.
ad a dale This plan is approved by uany Chisago
0 me Mr. merchants and has been endorsed by the
n immee newspapers of that city.
lace, to Itw be proposed to Congre at he
on of an nesxtsion.


leman has
bto, and
l the eo-
Rcord.


ME A IE- OF rOUR OWN.

T m awin.eoung minasd woman
whe asMla tir married lif ino a
hamwtof irowa tin some pames where
thy wl ave geens grass about their
hee, swe Its is pa0ly a few leet. It
m'heso ew.ece how humble or how
most the houe may hbe. The smallest
a of aewith a plot of green is a
tampl of ummes osesm comped to
the laet "At'% or "boarding house" in
tg ey. If there is anything appropri-
*ten Is it is that young people
dwO lve somewhere where each day
they an e m eir own unfolding lives rem-
Sen do- folding working* of Na.
m. Thee. I nsobeginning, in the home
oMue, to a young married lfs so true, &u
wise1so lasting and so satIfactory as
thak. No Hie in a city is comparable
with that which is lived in a small housw
with green things growing over anid
around it, where God's pure sunsciiur
bathes and sweetens every side of th
house during the day, and where tb4
surent ie.givitg odors that GoJ gives to
hs children; the odors of soil an I grow
:ng things, are blown into the houw'
while we sleep.-Edward Bok, in the
November Ladies' Home Journal.

Dissines, loss of appetite, flatulenc.
and ames are all connected with dys-
pepeli or indigestion, Herbine will give
omptrelief. Price 50 cta. Dr. J. M.

Always set your face firmly toward
bhelth. Say that you are better when
people inquire: the very declaration
w$lMa t is king you feel so. Per-
k heer and hopefulness are
remsa as very hard to defeat in
ihe tdtesa illnBesse and health.-
November Inadis' Home Journal.

$25 REWARD.

I will pay the above for the arrest and
eSivitiofS aay person stealing from
MW of my premises, including wood,
I WM sso eatribmuls 100 annually
taliap gthesaInyof a night pa-
l "ito hsermp ievMs ot of town and
a Itl knfom running at large.
A aM SceRANt


mIr M1 NEWS.
EIAOu .LL:-A petition has been pre-
iMted to their poor-house commIssioner
on behf of Holdes, his wide and family.
omsething certainly ought to be done
or tbem. The man has been regarded
as a la good-for-nothing, but it seems
hi isbict to pleptic sand is really
ot able to work but more deserving of
phiy oa ensure. For several month
he and his family have been quite a
burden to Some members of our commu-
nai and nequest kindsM have been
azst.d to them. It i quite time they
-eSAW ed for by the proper authorities
@Ad we trust the petition will be instru-
ul ita securing them relief.
Mls, Chs Harris and Mrs. Carter have
been visiting in Daytona for a few days
this week.
If you want to get rid of the hog nui-
aoe erect a "pound." Since ours has
been fished not a single hog is to be
Mes in the ne ghborhood.
Mr. Flood and son, from New York,
wa hbern let week.

We have disposed of our bleyele busi-
ass to W. W. Austin and wish to thank
patrons for their patronage. W will
eaduet a lades' and gents' furnishings,
hboe, otimos, stationery, etc. Store at
theasme old stand, where we will be
pesed to have you call and see as. Our
piess will be the lowest found anywhere.
SmTs & Sox.

wA bem c M te itn the
@ n tme St i t a hoube-
'Mh wer g= W I at the table
,A P .,-a-m eNa -a
"S booos tW *a 414t5


T. M. Scott has sold the Quincy New
Era newspaper to the Quincy Printing
Company, which now owns the Herald.



If the public would consider the great
advantages to be derived from the pur-
chasing of Plant System mileage tickets,
there would be a great many more of
them sold than there are. Who is It that
does not travel 1,000 miles in the course
of year? The local rate is four cents
per mile in Florida, whereas, the rate
given on mileage tickets is only 2 1-2
cents per mile, thereby, giving an oppor-
tunity of effecting a saving of about 40
percent. on railroad travel within the
State.
These mileage tickets are also honored
to all local points on the Plant System,
outside of the State, including Waycroes,
Jesup, Savannah, Charleston, Thomas-
vill, Albany, Montgomery and other
junction points, as well as to all points
on the Atlantic o at Line, or Richmond
Fredericksberg Potomac Ry., and
Pennuylvania R3, between Qa..intico and
Wvtmhington. Detailed inforntt' a,: that
will be of benefit to the traveling publie..
-ill be furnish,-l by agents of the Plan"
-.ystem, or can be had by writing k. A1.
*uily, Divi-, n Pa-*-enger agent, Jack-
-.,uville. FL., B. A. Wrenn, Passengsa
'aafic Manager, Savaitnna, Ga.


Thp most stubborn ciwas of bronchiti
.ccr.umb to Ballard's Iourehound Syrup
Price 25 and 50 eta. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Twice art we born; once to the physi-
cal existence, and then in the period oi
awakening personality to the mystery
of the soul.-November Ladies' Home
Journal.


'til W~lhitTMif


S*-


J. L. ONE, Prprielr.,
The et Market South of JackMoan. A fal stockof all kinds of Fesh
Wetr ad FloridaMeeat., Poultry a specialty.


Daytoma, lorida.o


'~1


ME


off 1m amw Yard=s: D m1 Cib


Good Bread..


Is desired by everyone.


If you were


one of our former customers you know
how good our bread is. If you have
never tried it we invite you to try it.


RemovalM having made a
deal with the


GOZETTE-NEWS the Osborn

QUICK( PRINT SHOP

will be moved to that building on
Mor)day, October 28, where we
will be prepared to do good

PRINTING PROMPTLY
AND WHEN PROMISED


Call Phone 18.


Yours,
JAS. -M. OSBORN.


WE OFFER THIS WEEK

Men's 2.50 shoes for $2.25
Ladie' 7 75 shoe for ............ ............. ..... 2.00
Boys' 2 -' ihoe fore........................ .................. .... 1.75
Girls' 1.7 '- W o for............................................... 1.33
Men's dr a, hirt for ....................................................... 60
Men's blue ".annel shirt for................................................................ 95
Men's coll:ti-1 ea h..................................... ....... .10
We will receive this wsk a shipmi.e:it ,>f i.-, qm.;l '.. .a;:>.. t.,-, ',irts,
skirts, waist. stationery, etc. The price will be right; ,"li a 1"'- *e for
yor;elf.




5mith & Son,


Ladies and Gents Furnishings,
Notions, Etc.


DAYTONA,


USo on V.9 eed.
he man who would like to know
nmething about astronomy must lay
et a little scheme of study for him.
OIt get the books which are neces-
aMy and have them at hand the mo-
meat be Is at leisure. The man who
wmhbee to famlliariae himself with po-
Milcal economy, with politics or with
Wdustrial questions, which are now of
.seb Importance, most find out whas
wtltbooks be ought to have, secure
tbose textbooks and keep them by his
S he man who wishes to know Iltera
-t e does not need to lay out an elabo
rat plan which fils him with discour-
agement by Its very magnitude. but be
dmes need to decide what author be is
oang to read next, and be does need
to get the book and keep It within easy
Almost all the great classics are now
published il' such portable forms that
a man can carry a play of Shakespeare.
the essays of Bacon. the poems of Ten-
'anyn or of Browning. a translatiouu of
"ftost." Matthew Arnold's criticisms.
Bmemon's essays or John Burroughs'
bcarming transcriptions of nature in
bhis cot pocket and substitute them for
the newspaper which Is thrust In his
face by an eager newsboy and which
be buys beencua he has nothing elso t.
read.--uccess
S T V~Mfsla are.as*.
T'o make a I'rliliant black varnish
for bromie make a bath of equal parts
po aitrate of sliver and nitrate of cop-
per. Dip the articles to be treated Into
this liquid anti al-uw them to remain
Stber for sot time. LUpon withdrawal
beat them over the flame of an alcohol
lamp until the black potina color has
been resacbed
SNse wat *Werre Few.
"Wbatll you baver sbe asked se-
Werely at the breakfast table, for be
had been out late the anght before and
abe bad not yet forgiven him.
"1 thnk.L" be replied meekly, "that I
would appreciate a genlal smile and a
pleasant word about as much as sab

be. ss_ Da/bua_ In ss' ,_.


FLORIDA.


DOreaes TateSsta CmpoNyV
Clean ng, Dyeing and Repairing.
Silks and Woolens Guaranteed.
Ladies' Bicycle Skirts a Specialty.
Work Delivered Promptly.
J. W. Davis, Cottage Ave. nearCity Hotel
I Intelligence Office in Connection.
Rae.cteoes Notice.
All creditors, legatees, distributes and all
persons having claims or demands against the
-state of Thaimas B. Steele, lately dece. aed, are
hereby noilied to present their claims to the
undtca >ignud within two year from date of
ldi not.cj or be barred.
(VuAL A .STLE.
Executor ot said estate.
Dat d laytona, Fla.. Oct. 12. 1901.

Furnished Rooms to Let.
Cottage" to Let, and Store room witl.
living rooni a above; withi-n 2OU feet of
ocean on Seabreeze avenue. Correspon-
dence solicited. A. S. HARRON, .
ioodall P. O.


Rattan Rockers
All sizes and styles just re~ived.
They range in price from $2.35 to
$9.00.


Go Carts
We havealho jtis* received a very fiwn
line of Children's Go Cai t. Call and
ex theim.

Paints
We itjie an.u .M i or-s paints.
In quality tbh-;. n,'- a' . i.ut in price th.. aSe cvtwiderabl.,
cheaper.


J. H. Niver & Son,
FURNITURE, HARDWARE and
UNDERTAKING,
Same Old Stand.


We aLbo make all kinds of Pies, Cakes,
Cookies, Rolls and II ,inr. Muido Candies.


I C. W. M. J. Gra mlin.





HALIFAX WAGON WORKS I


V V RDA1iV LTR,,, 'R,:, AM'
H* V. (1 1N I 11111 11\(M lt oIllH.II RADE
I R Moss and Fiber MatUtesoes
Dealer in Set-ond Hand Furnuit a n. t ndl 'Stm~or..
ion. r ()ii l 1 ii it i.M t,. ai. ,Good 1S New.
Second Avenne, opposite Slinidilt Villa:. IAYTONA, FLORIDA.



NORMAN S. DAYTON,




Fully Kiln Dried Pine and L .prs., Fi..ishig
Lumber, Flooring, CeiL ,,. Nov
and Bevel S': Si,
Mouldings. Shingles and L.th, -. :, i.,
and Cement and Pla.st f Par.I. .
I ,A l E. C
n Maganlii Ave. and F. ; .' ; ,'a"', i,', ) .


BEN DAYTONAET

BEN NET7


FLO.I DA.



F HOUSE


A LBEI~t T I NX V,'lT'T. P fI',-,Ii, t I) -.
This houpw ,im just (emn P~lo.t d,.1114l is .. III 'aji 'Ito' Ie~>e'-i t'g~*,u
A vem~ie. It is la'-rf.t~l] % lov.0#et .% I l~,lt~j-i: :.1141 1.1s i.;etla ri')ey.. '1101IL~Il


Daytona, Florida.


STANLEY HOUSE


Fronting Halifax Rive.r.


Thli-.-.' loo'uk. fiasnIII P, 1,')!: 3f P Tostoffice.


Terms: $7 to $9 per Wee!~.


F.19or; G~a.


NOW OFJE:N.

Table Board Exeelle..t. Rute.':4 i'l,.l. P I) \ .. ... ,
D1AY.ONA. I id..


RACKET STORE


Iadisw' ebo,, si 8 to 4, ntrer priHO .50, now only ........3.a2
Mimes' shoes, sua 18 to o, regular prime $1.90, now......................9o
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular priem 50 cento, now...................S
oy's, 8 to 4, flada pri 1.00, now..................... ..........
Men's Patent l[ether, satin calf, regular $8.50 stock, now.........1i.7s

aen our lim ofd Bmm Wan, Statlosry, etc. Pianos ad Organs.
Orders leftlor pio tuning will nse eve prompt attention.


GEORGE N RAY.


J. ~uga~'.' Iroprietors

NI -AV);T7-r-.S OP...
SFin.- Warpons
.~~ anJpCagries.


General Rlaclrsmithing and Repairirg.
SCIENTIFIC HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.


c.n Bottling Works
Thomas & Burdick, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of the aest Plain and Carbonated Beverage4. Try our
delicious Cherry Phosophate. All goods delivered promptly.
Daytona, Florida.


-w


that's all. No energy, no
vim, no vigor, no ambition.
The head aches, thoughts
are confused, memory fails.
Life bcconmes a round of
work but half accom-
plished, of eating that does
not nourish, of sleep that
fails to refresh and of
resting that never rests.
That's the beginning of
nervous prostration.
laevera bd athlg&do me sema
s as Dr. mikerNiae. I was
erso w lat wedsad


Du. Miles'

Nervine
Sucngthrens the worn-out
nerves, refreshes the tired
brain and restores health.
Sod by dnrCs OEasnrWtI.-
Dr. Miles Medical Com Elkiit, lad.


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Shop near Bond & Bond Uu!.Owr Y.11-il.


17 DAYTOSA, FT.A.


S. IL MOSLI'M.


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ing Contestl


A ti


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ae Trip to the Florida State Fair

Sthe Most Popular Student of the


Nine-
Tenths
of

all the
People
Suffer
from a ,
Diseased
Liver.
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Pm ~d fr'Nd" Rd bb



OUAA -g aMIP
s o OA1

ftwoN f JAM Lb MM6S edg


ytona Public Schools
Wil be Awarded by the


,it I IV v


ytona Gazette-News.

SHAT THE PRIZE WILL CONSIST OF


i


juilllliii m ii m m ***** T-


Speer's Port Grampe Wine
Nine Years Old.
Burmudy lght Years OldK d
Caie TYears Old.
Exteneivr Wine Cellaro.


nd trip R. R. ticket Daytona to Jacksonville


Admission tickets to Fair Grounds

wo day's meals and lodging at first class hotel
2. .00 cash for incidental expenses
re


RM-R


It


ABOUT THE CONTEST a
Begining with today, September 28th,1901, and continuing until November
14th, 1901, inclusive, votes in the contest may be secured according to the fol.
lowing rules, which will be strictly adhered to:
For each year's subscription paid in advance by a new subscriber, 75 votes.
For each year's subscription paid in advance by an old subscriber, 50 votes.
For each year's subscription in arrears, paid after this date, 50 votes.
For each coupon cut from the Gasette-News, 5 votes.
No vote can be changed, after once having been cast, for any reason what, er.
Those stsding of each contestant will be published every Saturday.


!lkharwldW


Ammimwm


Every canidate securing four new yearly subsfiptions to the

! *miet-News wil, besides the votes, be entitWed to a round trip
e amd of the Tomoka on the new "Yankee Doodle," now

Sbsriby ion to Brothe Gasette-News is 1.50 per year.
aSabicription to the Gamette-News is $1.50 per year.


Sterlg., Agelng and Racking Wine.
A wine made one year and sold the next is not a proper wine for
invalids; to get rid of its coarse and injurious elements requires
years for it to lay in wood casks, and by frequent drawing off from
its gross sediment, or the coarse parts it becomes rich and mellow
and valuable for invalids. It is sudorific, diuretic and blood making
from the iron in the soil of the Speer vineyards in Northern N. J.
The principal varieties are the Port. Burgundy, Sherry and Caret
and the Climax brandy. All these wines when stored for years and
'drawn off from time to time in fresh fumigated casks become vastly
superior products and necessarily are more expensive. This is
why Speer's wines and Brandy are more costly and so far superior to
the California wines. They are absolutely pure; unexcelled by
any nlathe world. Speer's wines are ordered by wealthy and refined
families in Europe where they are prescribed by physicians and are
esteemed for their superiority, velvety roundness, full body and re-
fined flavor. The efficacy of these wines is wonderful. It has been
a study and a pride during Mr. Specr's life to produce a wine of the
highest grade of perfection-not so much to make money as to excel'
in getting a wine of the richest character. He has spared no labor
nor expense in bringing his vineyards and wines up to the above
high standard of excellence. The Climax Brandy twenty years
old is equal to the finest French brands.
To be had of Druggists and Grocers who sell high class wines.


OCEAN STE AMHIP


CO.


,,Savannabh Une."


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No. 4 I No. 2
746 pm 725 anLv l
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1-47 pm 1*. pm LT
10:50 am --At
7:80 pm 548 Lv

No. 4-bI1IURemb
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All -nspmai5 Pu'm~Ul iU

WALTNR HAWKINSGem AUPAL~
J. C. 7A WAs,


NASHVILLE, CHATTAMN A & ST. Ls*
S. -- .1.


Wester & Atletie R
-"DIXIE rFLVER ROUTE"
DOUBLE DAILY COnMtn-rlONS WITH THm B m I 0SIM TO
NASHVILIE,


Car ring through Pdllman Vesti
Louis without aspe.


For information relative to rates, sehsdus, *e.,or lu -u ,..v... iW -
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agmt, TOM M.. DOUR, b1s. APM
Atlanta, Ga. JshnbinvZ le
F. SMITH, Trac Mh-r, Xawbsi2, T.


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r-ORMS! VERMIFUCE 1
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abseribe for this Paper.


lIEFRANKLIN TYPEWRITER


Do You Need One?


you cmm ALSiyr ave Oak..


Toms to a- I.1*


2UM W 821URCT36T TUE 3EST.


Sto High Priced


Typwriters.


Not in the Trust, s


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08 Devshiro Sareet.
Boston. Mass.


THE LICK LENS.
W- lerfa Meet U*en It of the s**-
OFsma 3 N 's 3B.an
Some years ago the writer paid a vis-
It to Alvan Clark at Cambridgeport to
witness the testing of the buge lews for
the famous Lick telescope. At the end
of the long, dark room the largest flint
lass then In the world was set up on
edge. From a distance of about fifty
feet a pencil of light was flashed into
the heart of the disk and reflected back
Into the observer's eye. The slightest
Imperfections. if any. in the glass would
then be revealed by the curves of light
and the lines of polarisation.
"Now," alid Mr. Clark. "1 will show
you the wonderful sensitiveness of the
lens to outside Influences. Every hu-
man body gives out beat and when
brought near to extremely sensitive
substances affects them to a greater or
leis extent. Now watch."
He walked down to the lens and held
his hand under It abont two feet away.
Instantaneously a marvelous spectacle
burst Into view. It seemed as If the
great glass disk had become a living
volcano. spurting forth jets of flame.
The display was dazzling. Waving.
leaping, dancing, the countless tongues
of light gleamed and vibrated; then. fit-
fully, reluctantly, they died away. leav-
Ing the lens reflecting only a pure, un-
troubled light.
"What is It? How do you account
for the wonder?" were the eager ques-
tions.
"It Is only the radiation of heat alter-
nately expanding and contracting the
glass. If I had put my hand upon the
lens Itself, the phenomenon would have
been even more violent."
To a person ignorant of lenses the al-
most supernatural sensitiveness of a
mass of glass weighing several hun-
dred pounds was astonishing, but to
the scientist It is an everyday matter.
for be has Instruments that will regs-
ter with unfailing nicety the approach
of a person fifty or a hundred feet
away.-Youth's Companion.
eow a P PlPaPreftees It-etf.


BY LAND AND SEA.


Flori


da to New York. Boston and the I

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


East.


THENCOE via Palatial Epre Sftumshkis from SAVANNAH. Four
SAILINGS EAOH WEEK to N|W YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections withWew York "itRetoU S1ip3 On Saund Line"
All ticket agents an* hotels are suppbd with monthly sailing schedules.


Write for general information, sailing echb
WALTER HAWKINS,
General AXent.. Jacksonville, Fla.
E. LzFEVRE, Manas r.
New Pier, 85 North 3i1


IL$40
HL|KT
^yTRA'1is
0018LUE MtHr6mcE


miukes, stateroom r"eervation, or call on
SW. WILKINSON.
Agent. Daytoua, Fla.
H. H. PLE S3ANT i, Traffic Manager.
Per, New York. N. Y.

Pan-American


Exposition,


Buffalo, \. Y.


May i to November 19o01.


One little plant of South Africa pro- f
mssto.awtihtat .t the Seaboard Air Line
tects imlf by assuming a curious lik-.'he Seaboard A r Le
oem to a white lichen that covers the
rocks. The plant ba sharp pointed
green leaves. These are played clse ] ay
together, wth their points upward aay
pad on the tip of eaebh leaf t a little
wbhit, amly sheath. The resemblance
of the smooth surface these present to Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
the l gengrowing om the rocks. be- I
sid It ls always found. I m points. Tickets on .se daily. Rates from
great that ts not till you tread JSOkC onville $42.30 and $42.95. Corresponding
k that yo discover the decept.- low rate from other points.
Fortnightly Review.


e*r vtss.
'm so glad told m told me to
aeout. Hery." she ad. "I hav
bfht bae going over them, and 1 ad
that I have saved M00 In the last thrse


Double Daily Service, a including. Sunday via
Richmond and Washington*


Tri-Weekly SilAnp
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE sad NEW YORK
Calling at Chaebsbmo, S C,, both wys.
TNE FINEST STEANSIWOW MW M T MWI WOS

The Clyde New England ad S-tkhe U Lm.

Csl ate t-i-MBoth eWays.
M641-WUKLY SADINS.M
Sosibou. ............................... FreupLoW10 4113WI m .
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CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER IJNL.
(D0e7ary am)
Between JacksonvilIe and Sanford
STOPPING AT PALATKA ASTOR, ST. (RA oB
BLUE SPRINGS and intsrmsdiatU e I mnia om 9r'. JOE= R
STEAMER qty of Jkonvl
CAPT. W. A. MAW,
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