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i and colds > o eness and croup croupbronchitis
bronchitis itis and la Z grippe grippePleurisy grippet
t Pleurisy paeunonia peuotj and con consumption i4 eves eveathe evessurnption
the worst worstcases
sumption are presented presentedby
cases are al alrelieved
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TarAstlunaand TarAstlunaandcoaiump Tar Asthma and S polcs Honey and andTar andcoas
i 4 Tar and in thd th early earlystaes
coaiump coas ump stages il cures them themThe themtion
tion The proof that it has donexthese things thingsr things44KO
44KO r k on file with your druggist We guaran guarantee
p tee teeittodo it to do all alithese these things thingsNote thIn thInW
Note There Is nothing just u food or just the same M
Fotefi Hoaer ad Tar although there are substitutes on which
dealers mate more profit profitimji
BANNER SALVE curespiles Its guaranteed guaranteed1b guaranteedt
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CARRYING THE PORT GRAPES TO THE WINERY OX THE HEADS OF MKN AND ND WOMEN WOMEXNEAR WOMENNEAR
NEAR THE VALLE DE MENETIZ WHERE THEY ARE DUMPED IN I THE THEMASHING TUEMASUINO
MASHING VATS TO liE TRODDEN FOR PORT WINE WINEThe WINEI
The Therugged rugged hills with vtli projecting rocks of brown stone and shale shalecontaining shalecontaining
I containing a large quantity ot iron make it impossible to use wagons wagonshere wagonshere
here hence the grapes have to be earned to the treading vat or larger largeras
as they are called and some are large enough for twenty persons to totread totread
tread which they do dancing to music furnished by the proprietor proprietorS
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are situated in the I 1lssaic saic vallcx wn Lnv the mountain range and the theprape5 thegrape I Igrape
grape are Lfuil l t tr r tl t > tile winery h > I he > e town of f Passaic who e they thc are areraashed aremashed aremashed
mashed between bet ul 1 oilers made ma e cf ibbcr 1bl > cr which do not break thel theseeds theseedsand > eeds eedsand I Iand
and made u in inThese i v vThese t tThese
of that have 3e mellowed in 1 in flavor in in the thecourse thecourse thecourse
These cranl vics i cs Spccrs
course ot t cr c 1 11 1 Anino cnm are H the choicest u WtlllS MKS in in this country f1D f1Dcau and andcan andcan
bdd LIL rid i that i i higher than new wines winesfrom w1Oesfrom vines vinesfrom
can only onI IHJ 1 i ba b uy t iiuviai p ar a L price
from western vineyards vin inr VrdS r s Mr Ir Spet Se r deems elms it necessary nec ssary for a healthy healthywine healtl healthyf I Iwine
f wine that it be afloxv < < owcl d yers ei rs to mature in 10 wood to get rid n of its itsconrse itscoarse I Icorse
coarse part with h this o 01 jct he keeps his wines tIl ines S several years y ars in infumigated 111fumi infumigated
racks before bottling bottm or offering for forsale forale forEale
fumigated fumi ated d Ce e 1 lrs rs and anc11rcquntly ircquntly
medicinal and andfamily and13mi1 andamils
wines as a valuable
sale The r p i Ihn im of Speers
family wf n x xn1 n flIS Is around the world worldJ wnrJdJGfucers worldCjGrcccrs
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of the convention of the Florida State StateFederation StateFederation StateFederation
Federation of womans clubs last week weekand weekasd weekand
and print it herewith as a it appeared in inlast inJast inlast
last Suadays issue B8Ue of the Jacksonville JacksonvilleTimesUnion JacksonvilleTimesUnion JacksonvilleTimesUnion
TimesUnion and Citizen CitizenThe CitizenThe CitizenThe
The Florida State Federation of Wom Womans Womans Wornans ¬
ans Clubs closed a day or two ago a amost amost amost
most interesting session It was at the theinvitation theinvitation theinvitation I
invitation of the Palmetto Club held at atDaytona atDaytona atDaytona
Daytona and there mitt Wednesday and andThursday norlThu18dny andThursday
Thursday the nix tlixth th annual convention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State Federation drew together a anumber anumber anumber
number of delegates and enthusiastic co coworkers coworkers coworkers
workers from all over Florida Seven of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the ten clubs in the federation wont dele delegates dellgat deligate4 ¬
gates gat and reports were read from seven sevenviz evenviz en envb
viz the Village Improvement Society of ofGreen ofGreen nfGreen
Green Cove Springs the Womans Fort Fortnightly Fortnigbtly Fortnightly ¬
nightly Club of Palatkn the Town Im Improvement Improvement lotproveiuent ¬
provement Association of Tarpon ofTarponSpringl Springs Springsthe I Itbe
the Fairfield Improvement Association of ofJacksonville ofIaeksonvilie I IJacksonilIe
Jacksonville the Village improvement improvementAssociation implOemlntAocintion iltIproreflientsi3ociLition
Association of Ornngp City Cit th the > Palmetto PalmettoClub PahllettoCluh PallIlettClub
Club of Daytona Da tonaand and the Womans onlans Club Clubof Clllhof Clubof
of Jacksonville The flubi of Tarpon TarponSprings Tarpon8prinhl TarponRockledge
Springs Rockledge and Crescent Crl < llIt City Citywere Citywere Citysere
were unable to have representatives representativespret repll rellresttlltntivtspresent < l1tathtl l1tathtlprelent
present pret nt the Tarpon Springs report being beingread hdll hdllread leitIgread
read by h a delegate from another club clubThe cluhThe clubTue
The seven clubs represented approximate approximatea
a membership of thtve hundred women womenTht womeuThl womenThe
The convention opened on Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wldnetlclamorning WtM1nedliymorning
morning Mrs 118 W W Cummer of Jack Jackbonville Jacksonvilie JackSOJ1illl
bonville first vicepresident taking takin the thechair thechair thechair
chair in the absence of the president Mrs MrsI ilrsJ 118 118J
J I C Beekimn The visiting clubs were werewarmly Werewarml werewarmly
warmly warml welcomed by Mrs lnI Gertrude W WSsch WfSCh V VEsch
Ssch president of oftlie the Daytona Da tona club who whon
in n her address of welcome briefly review reviewed ¬
ed the 4lmnge in conditions surrounding surroundingwomen
women in the l egining > of the nineteenth nineteenthind
and of the twentieth twelliietbcenturieH centuries MrsCum MrsCumner 118 Cum Cummer
ner in replying dwelt strongly upon the thelecessity the1IC thellectsity
1IC lecessity < llIiitj for still further work worktRpecially worktRpeciallyin especially especiallyn
in n the interest of improvement of educa educational educational educationni ¬
tional conditions in Florida FloridaThe Floridalhe FloridaThe
The presidents pn illelltH address addr 8H which was read readby readr readby
by r the vifcprvniderit t Mrs I Cummer was wasan wnan wasan
an excellent paj paper > er it urged upon the theclubs theduhl theelUl
clubs elUl composing t the federation to devote devotemuch deotcmuch devoteitwehi
much attention to the th educational ad advancement adUUlnllut adVaILcelliilt ¬
vancement of the State this particular particularwork
work having been adopted for principal principalobject prindpalobject principalobject
object of the tlteyear year by b the federation at its itsconvention it itconwntiou itsconvention
convention in 1900 1900Much HoOIuch 1000Mtleli
Much routine business was transacted transactedand transac t ransactedand ll lland
and the application of the Hout housekeepers 1I0nlCkeepenlClub ekeii > ers ersClub
Club of Cocoanut Grove for admission to tothe tothe tothe
the federation was grunted In I n this con connection conulCtion coitliectioll ¬
nection the convention took the oppor opportunity opportuuity opportullity ¬
tunity to tOexpress express its earneht wish that thatall thatull thatall
all of Floridas Womans Club should shouldidentify shouldidutif shouldidentify
identify idutif themselves with the State taw Feder Federation 1derutiou 1ederlition ¬
ation and tutu so make a strong compact COlli collipactworking compactworking pact pactwOlking
working organization organizationExcellent organizationEXlllIent organizationExcellent
Excellent pnM papers > rs wtn w n read by various variousdelegates variousdelegates uriousdelegates
delegates Dr Richards of Jacksonville Jacksonvillegave
gave Il 1 one on Household Economies a asubject UHuhjlCt asubject
subject that is attracting MriotH < atten attention aUelltiou attelltion ¬
tion and even elnll legislation islatioll in many lIIall of the theStates tillStatls theStatus
States Mrs I iis Wambolt of Jacksonville Jacksonvillerend
read to the convention a report of the theIticnnial tillBiennial thcIliettitial
Biennial Convention of the National Fed Federation FetlI Veileration ¬
I eration of Womans 0 ilia 11 Clubs at Milwaukee Milwaukeelast il liIwaukltlast ilVltllke4lust
last June Mixs lil > 1l Mudrass of 1alntkn sent < I jun IUII Itill
un article on Traveling Libraries which whichwus vhi1i1is
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was 1is read by Mrs il h vs McUregoi ilci ldII regor ol Mix il 11 vs Glenn Glennof illllIIof Icritiof
of Daytona l > read n pa PUII IHT on the Kinder Kindergarten Kitlilcrgarten ¬
garten Mrn 1111 C l 15 Smith of larkfoimllo larkfoimlloread 1llkOOOIliIIn
read n UlI one on Progress Iro II > 1I Mi Miss 1i11 > 1 McLean McLeandean McLealllleuhl hLlalldeau
dean of the John Ioh IS Stetson Tniversity Tniversityat rlliwtl > 1it 1itnt
at DLnnd who was its present niadtafeu niadtafeuinteresting 1II1t1Itafewiuhltill lIltIhtt fev fevinterestilig
interesting remarks remarksAt
At t the closing d08ill session Hel > 1sioll on Thursday Thlll Ihl the thework th thwUlk thIPwork
work of the coming cOlll llA year Iur was diMiisted diMiistedand 1i1I8 liseItssIMituid > t1 t1aud
and it was generally agreed that the fed federation flIHhoUlticolltilll1l ftIcrittion ¬
eration should HhoUlticolltilll1l continue to exvi 1 eeert eeertest lt t itngreat itngreatest
I est efforts along the line lilitf of education ItI lIa t iOIl
The convent cOllnlItion ion closed after the ndop ndoption uloption tuloption
tion of the following resolutions resolutionsUesolved IsolutiollsI
I Uesolved that the Florida State tuft Fed Federation Itlleratiuu Vi1eratiun ¬
eration of Womans iIlIlflhl Clubs do most sin sincerely sillI ooillctII ¬
I cerely ctII thank the t lie Palmetto I 0 Clul Iu > of i 1 Day Daytomi IIn IInI 1 ty tyI
I tomi for extending ai second < invitation invitationto illVitflti4llto
to meet with it itJ itI I II
J I Resolved That the th federation flerlt thank thankthe thaukthe thiatikthe
the entertainment lommittef for fIiuntiring their theiruntiring tlltilulltiriug
untiring efforts in making maldll the th t lIe coimir coimirtion eollVt11tiofl oUl1 oUl1tion
tion both pleasant and till profitable profitableI
I Resolved That the gentlemen of if Day Daytona lIa lIatOlla lilYtoitit ¬
tona be complimented and thank timulaii d for forthe forthl furthe
the interest they t lu manifested in ill the t h sue suecess 1111l sllcP55
cess l of If the convention 011 tll t ion of Womans W omllll Clubs ClubsKeMlved CluIItnlnl Clttl Clttllhsielved
KeMlved That the th thanks of f tlw t 1ti I IF S SF
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F L c F W V C are due t I hll w tin t I 1 retiring otliwrs ot I 11f1 for forthe 1111 brthe i itill
the faithful discharge i8IhUt 1 01 oi then MUIOU MUIOUduties 111tltllltits
duties dutiesResolved tllltitsltesolved
Resolved That Thattlu the F S F 1 W V C tX tXI extiitiitks v vpivss I
pivss I thanks to the Florida East Coast CoastRailway 0111 0111Itllihn tttI1htilVlly
Railway Itllihn and the Plant System sttlII Railroad Railroadfor
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for sjeciiil lilltinllllt rates to the delcgnt dIt1ltI < s sI s sResolved
Resolved That F S F 1 W V C l render renderi
i I thanks to till Florida press 11 > for spnii 8plllI sillictgjfl spniigiven I
I given them and for favorable faolll h mention mentiongiven itllLtitIllI
I I given in1I its it organization organizationThe OI alli1atioll alli1atiollI
I The social features of if tlu th thhiiie occasion occasionwhile oltuiIItwhile
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DeatH ef Major aJ r AbbottlaJoi AbbottMajor Abbott AbbottMajor
Major Ed Edward ward F Abbott bott of ofCotington ofCotingtonKentuckey Covington CovingtonKentuckey CoringtonKentuckey
Kentuckey died li d at his winter home in inDaytona inDaytona inDaytona
Daytona Friday February 1st at two twooclock tooclock tWooclock
oclock in the afternoon of heart disease diseaseThe di diseaseThe ll8C ll8CThe
The Major was w witfton on the street during the theforenoon theforenoon theforenoon
forenoon and was feeling very well until nntiljust untiljust untiljust
just a few minutes before the Grim GrimReapers GrimReapers GrimReapers
Reapers call The funeral was held Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day and the remains interred in Pine PineWood PineWood
Wood cemetery The Halifax Rifles es escorted escorted encorted ¬
corted the remains and fired three volleys volleysover alleysoer
over the grave Deceased Dece1 d is survived by bya
a 1 wife a daughter dal1 hter Mrs C A Roberts Robertsand RohertHand Robertsand
and a ton Geo M Roberts all of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were present at the thetinie time of his death deathMajor deathMajor deathMajor
Major Abbott was born at Conneaut ConneautOhio ConneautOhio ConneautOhio
Ohio February 22 1824 and graduat graduatedfrom d dfrolll dfrom
from West Point in 1847 lie was im immediately immediately lotmediately ¬
mediately sent to Mexico and served as ascaptain a acaptnin asCalItnill
captain through throl1 h the Mexican war At Atthe Atthe Attile
the opening of the civil war he received a acommission nconllllillion aCOflllllIMsltl
commission as major and was assigned assignedto n ijl1ed ijl1edto
to the quarter masters department of ofthe ofthe oftile
the state of Ohio He was n n member r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the A F A A1 M Major 3 ajor Abbott has hasIHMII II IIheen hasleell
IHMII spending his winters in Daytona Daytonasince nll Inytonal4ine tonn tonnsinl
since 184 and Ululllaw leaves a host of friends friendswho fririulswho > l lwho
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