The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033848
oclc - 01699465
notis - AKM1561
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System ID: UF00075897:00003
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I- MerchandiseOldest i
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; dooh\1 OQOOOOOoooooooooog 1000000000 I.g are the text book things must

g ed in and prices) which be suppliedto
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f o / House in the City.
o v Kent Club hail o ,of the regular/ Uniform Examination,
OOOOOQO 0000 PHES.c: beginning June :3, 1003: Write to us

Hall passed exerlses: off in of splendid Kent A ,T L'Vvandard TV''rdren; ((25 Orthography;) cents), Maynard-need, 's Merrill Word Lessons& Co., and send some we books you will DRY GOODS AND NOTION'S''

) New York
night In the club> -O.O. t' giving the
Saturday f} -O.4 "fact
Hall. THE Reading-Any standard Header will gist of the whole matter
: Club la literary ,and} .s;;.-; 1'8 big sister. answer. tHM\V BALI MOHKIIU ,
Com po 1tlon-Swlnton'lI New School >iuuuii at..New York New York Avenue and
in the Law # simply comes Woodlawn :Boulevard. '. ,
Composition ((32 cent), American
IDr. JJnlxersity\ an/1'PER O (F ke& dog, to save Book Company, New York or Atlanta. 1DeLan.d Florida. ':of
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makes and take it ,
ArithmeticMilne's Standard ((63:)
O-"M/> &r_'. _*.__ j' ----------- .'
**""tll r to make his home, cents), American Book Company.

the LiU l holies I :f onD tP: W do without tM China English Grammar-Metcalf's ((60(; u_ __ ___. __ __ ____ uiflfSlF41'iklEftf'JlESlEthfillStfW6Sr'X"il4il4fUxlt"SA'St! ! !! !: '! !! SK! !# ftm M fl eeilM8* l .I .
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i of on Miss Marsh AnnIe Bros.Wol..eJ"t ; America wants more citizens cents United). American States Book History Company.--Field's" AMONG OUR ADVERTISERSAlcott z! For: a, Pleasars.t:: : Time:

not more BCrvanta'm '. ;
ted from a well .1 Grammar School ('*1)),. American Book L,I es '
--- -- -- Company. \V.-Grocer.. : GO TO THE.-.

E. T. Aile Lda Judge Simonton of Tampa has Florida History- ';)($1.2,,))Williams Alexander, .T. R.-Attorneyatlaw.Allen "

LD the second ,surdy% brought suit against the Tampa Wilkins fc Co., Baltimore, or E.: T.-Oculist, Auriat. I' ",' + -cr: aA T: :I:I 0 0cr: :e: -,

c W ove"wa k e good Times in B. Drew Allen, J. F. & Co.---Furniture. -
:/; Daily claiming damages Fairbank's ($1.25)), H.V. '"'
r Kel' macl sat three or fourTh the sum of $25,000 for alleged libel. Jacksonville, Fla. Allen Atlantic, W.Coast A., &Line Co. Jedeler&.. '. .{''I'I'''' -'-.......

v r.*' wa ve probably fitted The judge baa not only filed the vanced Geography--Itedway's(*l.251 American! Natural Book Com Ad- Baerecke, Mrs. Vlda Hallway.Physician. 1-.Fot'. '' 1.tif1.11, L"kes fotf Boatiqg.s s\\ M .

a living anyw h ere.I suit, which will compel the managers Bennett House---Hoarding. "
of the paper to employ counselto pany.Physiology-Steele's. Tlygl-jnlc/ (*1)), Berry & Kent-Blacksmiths. s Sgilbozh D'f.O"ts, -" Ggxloes .ogjM1 T ',

the state papers are try- defend them but the 12th Bigelow Hardware :Store.; :'1 '
: on American Book Company. !i, 4K
ring Congressman Sparkto iriBt. adopted what is termed "emer Civil Government Townsend's Bond Lumber Company-Qlenwood., No 11qifge fOif i1.dfilission >; Qd.0 c '" :,t.; .iriJ ,

the senatorial fight forerro's Simon- Shorter Course ((72 cents), American Urill, F. G.-Novelties. t I ( ..., ..... .
gency proceedings, that is, Cairns, .T. T.-Lumber -\t.t.1' 't
seat. But Sparkman Book Company. \'t Chlb lf01.1se Opeq 1o.tlte l4uuc, ..
ton sent out garnishment proceedings Chrl<>tiancy, C.-Grocer. .. .
Algebra--White'sSchoolSl( ), American -
/ far out statement to
so given no
Davis House \
against 25 of the advertiserswho Book Company. -Hoarding. I .

i effect that he will not be a can patronize the Times, stopping Physical Geog. Houston's Newtl.25) Davis Geo. A.--Physici.in.Demareit |i Parties Can Have the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, ilth Dishes,
I W. 1 12.< -Land 1 for sale.
',( didate for re-election to Congress them from paying the paper any ( ), Eldridge & Bro., Philadelphia Dreka & Co.-Dry Goods Groceries. i etc., at Moderate Rates:

t next year. Tbe were served on Theoryand Practice of Teaching- Dr. Miles Medical Co.--Elkbart, Ind. il'I
money. papers White's The Art of Teaching ('$1)l), :McDonald, II. D.-Hardware. !il

I Two, thousand tons of Alabama I the 12th. A state statute there providesthat American Book Company. Emory Krickson Collejre, J. A.--Oxford Novelties., Ga. <: coot) ITLOOlt 21Ft 1'I.No: fOif i9gxciq\ \ '

coal wen shipped by vessel from in cases where is good These books can be purchased from Fish, Attorney-at-Law. !-'I _

Pensacola to Boston on Saturday. reason to believe there will not be almost any book dealer in the state.If Fibber, Geo. W.-Druggist. i1 i1I very Thursday 1
Florida Last Coast 1 Hai p tSTItefreshnients will be on ,.with. Music in the '
dealer's send the way.
not at price .
K sufficient property to eatisfiy a judgment your '
die simply shows the scarcity of FudgerV.. B.-Baker, Confectioner. at evening for Dancing. ,* '
named to publisher and they will be
;, coal in the North, being the first of if obtained, emergency steps sent po.tl'ahl.Y., N. SHEATS. German Haven, H.C.\\"ork.-New-Well.Contractor.York City. 1 W .' .TifiS7i;;;;l ai:77m'tFtLiSiiAfyiufiiltidtii'uYr7itihiFH\ ;;, ; \ ; ;r.1I1J i..rM''M"oJti/ ; ri

ueh shipments ever made. Re like this can be adopted. The .
Ins. .
State'Supt. Pub. Ilodgldn, Scott--Blacksmith. ----- ----- ------- -- -- --- -----
, member that old saying about "Tak Times will probably give bond in NOTIC.: The Composition will be Hood, C. I. iS: Co.' -Lowell, Mass. o.-o.-o.-o.-o.-o--o--o.-o.-o--o--oOO..O.O
Hotel Putnam1V.. P. Chase, +0 O.G..O'+O 8.0 8.0 0. O
ing coals to Newcastle?" each case this morning, said the changed when a more suitable text Hunter, G. -Physician.. prop.

Tribune. It is evident that Judge can be found. Hutchinson. A. H.-]Heal F.-tate. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY r
--- Hutchinson Mkt P.. L.
-- McliriUe.Mgr.
I In nearly every state paper we Simonton experts: to use all steps in !
The !Het'ret of f oi>K lire John B. Stetson University. (
ft read nowadays, complaint is marl his power to obtain redress for the Consists in keeping/ the main organs L. &. N. nallway.11al" DE LAND. FLORIDA. 1 -". -ems '

about tramp beggars, who are evi wrongs he alleges have been done of the body in healthy, regular/ MeF.Iroy Dlarmll1., 1''. P.Dry John-Physician.Goods Etc. IN AFFILIATION WITH 1

dently "doing" the state in great him by the paper. This appears to deadly action disease and In germs.quickly Electric destroying Bitters McLeod Cottage-Boarding. THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.PRO I"

numbers. Some few of them be case of libel. Mead Cycle CODlPanyChlcall'o.llclrose .
are no simple Judge regulate; stomach, liver and kidneys Hall-Hoarding.
\ worthy unfortunates, but the large Simonton is evidently trying) to use splendid work Munson, A. :S.; -Physician.Neal .
appetite. They -wonders .
majority are lazy wbelps who could legal measure in an unjust mannerto In curing kidney troubles!!, female Branch-Boarding.E.Photorapher.OI1'e /: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE or LAW .:t.

'k \ bel-7 themselves if they wished. kill the paper. TilE NEWS does complaints, nervous diseases, constipation Paris Medicine Company. ACADEMY .
dyspepsia and malaria. Vigorous Perkins, James SCHOOL pjj; TECHNOLOGY
land bas BO far escaped their! not know the facts in the CAse, the health and !strength always fol- Pierce. Dr..:...Medicine W.-Lawyer.Company. NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN BUSINESS COLLEGE '
/ visitation. of the suit but unless most low their me. Only ;.Vie. euaranteedby Hee\e, C. A.-Photographer. ,a .:Aa .::0, ;
fly cause ; : a W. A. Allen and G.:W. Fisher, drug- Hoyal Baking Powder Company. SCHOOLS OF :Music AND, -A \*.. ", 1, Y 6,

grave wrong bus been done the -gishl. __ --_--- ____ Ity land &< Sparkman Grocers. ... T
) A. W. Cockerell of Jackson complainant, he is taking a mean Taylor, \V. S.-I>..nti t. Law Ora'liiutesnJinliteJ' to Pmithu, In Florida without Examination. f-
The Florida Extract': company, at The Heal Estate. and Mercantile Ex. A Complete System of Corieliitud. work In Manual Training-
I is endeavoring to form a State advantage of the publishers.NEW Titiiovllle. has been incorporated The \\'a\'erly-Boarl1ln, An Adoiiuutc' iiiul C'onipvtunt Faculty of Instructors. .

Association, and is in communi- a capital stock of Wnl.OOO.:; ) The company Vance, A. Jacksonville.. A Well Selected and C'oui|lienHlve. Jfuscum. I Ir'
Over *:* ),omiln 1'110111111'8"0.1' Eiiulpment. tl
cation with the bar associations 01 SMYRNAIllnil will manufacture, buy, sell, deal V'olusla County Abstract Company.
A j;
Spltiitllilly trjulppiid; imnunlum. _
Watkins W. Furs .
-- : John! Hides, ..
in all natural
commercial and manufactured A Library of or 1.000"oluID": *.
: all t' e principal cities of the state from Tin Ilroozu. HepeatlnArmd/: Co.
products, dealing in woods, Silas Insurance.
1 wit) this end in view. Such an as- Dr. Bouchflle has been shipping let and Wright, .:! For further Information addles the Presllent,
plants, roots Hbres and all products -
sociation would wield influence tuce from his truck farm at oak 11111 JOHN F. FORGES PH. D.. D.LNe. Fu.
an that can be made from them by !Slop the CoiigU and Work off the Cold
., this week. Dr. has line of let : .
:! never before felt in the state, and a crop extracting manufacturing:,: products Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets curea -0-0--0.0.-0-0.-0-0.0.0'0--0.-0"0.0.0

would be in a position to induce tuce there. extracts!, substances>' things! cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
ContractorYheldun Is kuildlntr
a Price, 2":! cents
and material that be
may produced
wise legislative measures when the stable on the lot west of fi. li. F. therefrom., To buy and! sell real estate >' --.---.- .

proper time comes. Roper's carriage shop for \V. II. New- and personal property. To conduct Some\ one has written the San Ma. !
ell, who wJll engage in the livery' business. in any of the states, ten' Item an anonymous letter whichIs EMORY. .
r ; tR ilroad Coin' 1issionf business.. territories, colonies or dependenciesof such! iin expression. of wit that the
the United States In the Districtof ,
--4' author might/[ be considered! an artlit.He .
this section
-iM ..... !,itself a "power ''1n the The orange! groves In Columbia, and any and all foreign nay: "Now that Prof. Webber has< V
have not hecllllerlou..l,)' damaged by countries. The has been OOLLEGE
company I succeeded by. hybridization In producing 0
land" and is by the
I deeply respected
cold since 1SDS\ and during that time manufacturing tannic acid from the a hardy orange tree, we need not
railroads. So long as the commission the trees have made such growth roots of the palmetto for several be surprised at Tom M. McKae's. announcement -

JJ confines itself to just demands, that they) are able to stand a very years. that he has succeeded in OXFORD GEORGIA.1903
-5 -- crossing the honey bee wlh the light- 1836- ,
'I I and works in the true interests of low temperature without Injury. The E-10.1. trey to I.lv Long iiing bUI(. That the industrious insect --- r'J.a) 1' d"., )
growers have begun to look upon : will J be entirely happ>-since : q
the people, the voters will uphold itr' The btartlliig announcement of a
work Tom
their groves as a fixture, and are now can now night/ and day.
,1 The railroad commissioners-Messjris\ discovery that will surely lengthenlife says the bee can now avail itself of is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section r '
buying fertilizer and preparing to
S ( is made by editor O. H. Downey, the Night Blooming Cereus and
Burr, Morgan and Brown-occupy cultivate them. Many of the trees of Churubusco, Ind., "I wish. to duce a honey worth $,i per pound pro-! OXFORD Georgia, where there are no local causes to '

the t-ynportant! positions in the are about as large as. they were before state," he writes, "that Dr. Klnl{!'''' This! Is. a blooming cereus business for sickness. The College will continue to make every
.C ,'* :at"-" .1 ; the freeze of JS'i5, and! will no New Discovery for consumption U the both the bee and the public."
.. today. effort in the to send forth men well furnished
!'"Le government most infallible remedy that I hate -.--.-.- as pant young
-,1L doubt have a large crop of fruit next known for coughs, colds: and grip. It's TO CUHK A COLD IN ONE DAY in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian .
.'When fall. Invaluable to people with weak lungs.
__ __
the State Press Associa- n Having this wonderful medicine no Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab character. **

tion meets' at Seabreeze' in April, one need! dread pneumonia or con- lets All druggist refund the moneyif Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Pb.B., and S.D. I '
You Know What You Are Tnklne! aumption. Its relief I Is! instant and it fails to cure. K.: W. Grove's91gnature .
bteps. should be taken to induce a when you take Grove'd Tasteless cure certain." \V. A. Allen and G.\\'. la on each box. 23c. -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life.

responsible firm to engage in the Chill Tonic because the formula Is }Fisher guarantee every 50 o and $1 ------ After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of
plainly printed on bottle xhowng bottle, and /give trial bottles free. OIL IN SUMPTER COUNTY.It
'wholesale supply business every studies in the direction of the student's i.
newspaper that it is simply Iron and Quinine --- seems that the oil fever has special aptitudes.

at Jacksonville. If tbe proper encouragement in a tasteless form. No Cure, For rubber stamps, pads!, daters, struck Sumpterville, as the following! \\-4 s.-.

and pledges' of support no pay. 50c.-...- Htenclls NEWS ofllce., printing outfits, call at TUE telegram to the Times-Union and Citizen The Central Dictum Hall will litter wood food at actual coat, aot to exceed '4 '
will show eight dollars per month. Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per month for aoblodgur. .A C"
., are given, we can induce someone PORT OMNCE.IpeolAl ----- -- : This s)tom. U undur the Immediate supervision of a member. of the Faculty ... _
to engage in the )business, at SOLD BiG Gli VE. The good news is current upon the ,who la assisted by competent aDd experienced matron. __ ,y
CorrenpondcDce. Col. T. Walking, of ofNocatee, .sold streets here today that the PearsonOil -
v' Dries, Florida newspaper men are Mr. Jack Turner, 'our sheriff, shipped his undivided half Interest the King! Company has been successful in be Y ,
handicapped by having to send to COO boxes of oranges last week. and Watkins", grove, located near Calvin finding! oil in the well, two and a half All necessary expenses for the college year may brought I
la, last Thursday, the consideration miles south! oC buinlervlle. The wnlalles within $1715.00.FALL .
Virginia, Maryland and New York Hid grove Is a short distance out of being $20,000.The;! King estate were blowing!! last night for an

.: for job and newspaper stock, ink, Port Orange. His oranges were in a are the purchapera. This la'" one of hour or BO, heralding the glad tidings,
flue condition. the finest grove properties in Desoto arid a man from near the well was Intn.n : TlillM OJ."ENS SEPTEMDBR 17, Ion .
\ and the little things necces-
many and contains about this morning/ with the news.
county fifty acres
Captain Mlnot of Ashbury Park,
time to time in running a of choice) varieties ,ot oranges :and The Pearson company deserves the
rex( ;er1m' who formerly boarded' at the hotel crape fruit. It la", known as", the Jesse success"' which it 1 is said theirs. They t
', ,. "I tty newspaper. and has a number of friends here, I Whldden rove. and was purchased by have spent a large amount of moneyIn For catalogue and other information, address
r_, := gave us a call last week. Messrs. King & WaVklns: about five putting down this well, and it baa
\ reached the of nearly two thou-
We are pleased to see the T.-Ui j Dr.; Atwood made a visit professionally years ago; Li
I ... sand feet. From what we can understand James E. Dicke; President;
and Citizen taking 'such an active to Mils Hicks, who [Is very ill at the oil baa not come In a gusher, _,
I Mills McDonald's house. Mills Hicks New Century Comfort. but will have to be pumped. This,
::. "f interest in the poultry industry. Is from Kentucky and baa Millions are dally finding a world of however, does not lessen the value of .

', \ is 'lorida.. is the natural home of the_ tion., The doctor came down consump-in his comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve.It the well at all, as we are informed 4 _OX't ()RD, GEOHQU.) ...... '
, kills pains, from burns, scalds, cuts nearly all wells sooner or later reach
'hen. Chickens can be raised cheaperIn automobile. and bruises"' : conquers ulcers and fever that stage where the oil is pumped, S 5-

: : ban' mild 'climate I than in any Mr. Gresham had several millionaires sores; cures eruptions, salt rheum, and not a flow. Great excitement : .
boils and felons, and prevails", here, and the people are
; removes corns" ,
New call him
country north of us, but- for some from York to on wart Best pile cure on eartb. Only ready to congratulate the Pearson \
r known reason few it"ay have en- to see his factory and take a- look at 25c at W.A. Allen's and. O. W.Fisher's' people, who have been very nice towards The Racket Store a
i our little town. drug stored. : the citizens in the way of buying ,
- 1 itJed, in the industry except in the Our school is progressing finely options, etc. The company has at (0,

sing of blooded fowls for show. with Its two teachers. John A. Pierce, for 18 years sheriff all times been fair and open in its J. A. ERIIJKSON, Proprietor -'
of Leon county, died at his home in dealings, never at any time endeavoring -
and DeLand no effort in this r.- The regular Tuesday evening Euchre Tallahassee last week. Charles Hop- to deceive the people la any way.

: t has, ever been made: on a large party met at social hall and had kins baa been appointed bf.the governor DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWEL '

% \ I but the humble hen has fed a good time: as usual. to fill out Mr.. : s term.. BY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: MUSIC, ETG. =
,,1 A hop was given at the ball ,Friday
a' family lince- the' freeze. night, Qalte a number;young folks: The meet Prescription for Malaria.- ; Agent for the SINGER, the beat Machine in the world. All kinds of

v' \, enough chickens and eggs were down from' Daytona. Chllla and Fever is a bottle of Grove'a> Sewing Machine rrpaiitd and parts fUJ'D iJed.:
: Tasteless Chill 'Tonic It ii impll U -. boa of UM ......
| t'blt signature oa rr g
laced here to meet even the Our Metbodlat minister, Rev. Iron and Quinine In a taatelera form.II Laxative Brtxno-QuWac 'bIIWe Best and theap *t HARNESS in lie city. Harneta rral/d promp/sy. ,

Q '.ThWo: i ii good jnonejr I Weatherford< attended conference No CureNo Pay.-Price,,60c. \ the remedy, 0t -.M S MM>
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t rl iDaffeeN enrnerrlet Pierton surprised Mr. DX Ualil.; wi m.
da and Voorhla Arcnu**. Cheap. Aplr 1r1"-<< : tile .doptcil courage of ,the '
pl tk Dar$rub,DULaad. Plerion; school teacher, aa'fj:.. ,'wbo-cnn lit calm .inelde it--?I.!:Pp_,,_AUv6f t..+.1>..-

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o Mora "
Stephen1 Popularity. .

: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000 <->/ Cornell students will keenly miss this f.o\ ,

: .7 D aLA.ND- Is situated 110 mIles south of own their own b juts may leave 'l'I I In chargeof year Morse Stephens, the big hearted r. ........,bq ,-- -,.....,. :.,

; Jacksonville on the Jacksonville Tampa the keopvi lor a small moot lily or yearly sympathetic Oxford graduate who Jbeld ': ; : .' .
E and Kegv: : .., division of the Atlantic tee The several, lukes of tht-Xulub are being the chair of English and modern European -' ( Grltti'GrHeart. -

Coast Una. The1' town proper it live miles east connected by the digging" of canals; fifteen history who has /gone to the ":'f: ';':;'1 'L

of.,the St. ;rob l-RiVer. on the high rolllnir miles of lake shore will nijhily.... acquired. University of California. Morse us be .1 ? V'I" ,,11It_ '

pine' .1 lanOs of the great fortune ridge": .of Florida NEAR-BY ATJrtACTIONS. was familiarly hpokeu of, was consult
., It,Js "aally accessible from Jacksonville '
doing Cast thlrtypslles, those who desire ed by the students on every occasion
V y roll over the A. C.line, being: ride hrouhinfly a Could .
small towns change. of air and sixmo especially in the summer aud( was In particularly great demand NOaliflieeft thing I Wa
piney woods and hummocks
and thrice crowing- the hyuclnth-uov- Hud on the neighboring coast some of the as a speaker at their banquets nod L:. Side where the is' '.1
finest ltrotcliosj4'f ocean beach In the world. smokers. Ills consumer
ered St. Johns; or the traveler may reach the fondness for the weed la -..
; town via the Florida East Count railway taking DeLeon and Wue Springs are most Intero.tInll' proverbial' at Ithaca. "He la asking for '. *"v (m tea has been rem \ .-

i tickets at Jacksonville to O run if a City via natural..objects within ensy driving distance the rocks," saId a Jingle In the college Dr.Miles'Heart Cure and' 'tTJ \

St.: AUK ustlno. Falatka and New Smyrna. De- froin/beLund, and the roads in any direction I annual "to build upon tbe campus a Nervine J..IJ (1l11 J. a
c' : Land connected with Orange City by a regular pH"ent I pleasingvariation of orange professors smoking box." Cured Me. :
groveayftlunt pines, llttlu lakes and
stage line currying V. S. mall. and a line Another -
jingle that appeared In the
looking "lianimoeks.
hull road. This Mrs. U. R. Jobc formerly of Birmingham :: .
drive'of live iiillu tbrougbtbemall.nlltcentforclillando..rtbll.b..11 .
Widow the vi1lbei'tos \
xtudunts' humorous that
HO-11.3 paper Ala., writes from Eldredj-e: the same slate, -
BOARDING HOUSES. was about "the butts In front of Mor- a. follows!
L road makes thin route a popular one for the 1'pI,, ii-xt questlen on reaching DeLand Is purchase of tea.
t rill, Morrlll hall
_ tourist. The most picturesque route to De- I lor at, i ''if place. A great is of- being the building In "It Is with the greatest pleasure that I rec. :
_ Land la by river from Jacksonville to Lnk. rerrj--li- variety which lYofesxor Stephens used to deliver ommend Ut. Miles'. N rvine and Heart .w removed) them
t most palatial hotel to the Cure. I only wish that I could! tell
Berosford, which Is Ue Land's landing on t'.o' I nioUcv like. boarding house kept by his first morning lecture.At sufferer how much good they have done every me. L : :

8t. Johus. This route Is one often tukei/uy j I liKlius i atniont. Whatever one wants be the student slitherings Professor Last winter I had a severe attack of La. edc.

_J --the tourist who conies to i'loridn for tl.>,, lint; van be n uoinmodated. The cards of several Stephens almost always "talked round j Grippe, which left my heart In a very bad ; .

L time. From lierenford wbure lit tlr'tbnrks I 'I our hotels and boarding houses. can be the cnriiLTS of a huge cigar." condition. I could not lie ilown. fur the s ... ,
.. sPl
| '
from the commodious and conform' .t :nm- .i'und l In this paperand. the proprietors will -,- 7;ofjcri' ;; spells that would almost over :
_ 8r of the Clyde St. Johns river HIK to.. 'r veler come me and the feeling ot oppression
ruice h fa
pleasure In furnliihlug rates or other Will I long in
any tndr Our u rnnllsm. around my heart. 1 had not been so that I :] onoquent

reaches ItaLuud either by ri .i)\> 'I/ Information desired. I Oliver A. ll'irtliw-fe'i. I, "'n.. _'u.. on .... .._. could he on my left side for a lent time. I :'\.. 2. ) ..
I D.Laad liranuh,or hoav take > hiH wi> itt '" a. ,,; u. -
Nearly all .
hotel. Cure; .
our and boarding houses got your Heart and took tin re bottles. '
t meets alljboats. are surrounded by uttrnctl\e yards and majestic I I Iter. has>: tll'P.'i' run over from Eng. 1 have no trouble now with my 1 heart and I : :: : : :: :; : : : ::: :::: ::::> ,, ,, \

t CLIMATE ANCK.HEAL.THFULN&3S.Early shade trees and all face paved streets. I big land to tlllt'u ,)oel\> ln nt some of oul can lie on I my hail left suffered side as. welt as my right.; .!. 7.a .!.t .I: i :::::. \ g'b ,

In your sojourn jrfu will ."U to assure For a quiet home-life, tney are unexcelled.. iieix-spupvy. SU01)8. fnoll otter bit Formerly for years with nervous -

.' ,, youjoolf. by ubsurvxtion auj Inquiry roardluw -I Picnic putties. are gotten up weekly by the I arrival 1.0..> II jlfa to a importer In "'ash.In'tl1 edies prostrnllon.that 1 had got: I had tIter tried out of so Imait many of rem eel- ::::;: :: ::: : : ::: 147 ll ...::.:::: .. hasp. rv.._

...", the climate ofX'orlda' 11111"Oorul. and l guests cud hosts end pleasant days spent at / : U ,e just:: come I over to study ting anything that would help me. The No.25 : ::: :: :: : : : :: :.7:: 12 ... in ClT .

that of DeLandlnptlcUlttr.( Via will suppose picnic grounds from three to ten or twelve I iJiSrTiTuii: newspapers their machinery nerves of)f my heart weie so affected. that D.tt iii .....Uob.Sound .... a
4 j .______.: a 1 so.; .: 'p 8 II 4 25 .
that Imvu/eumo In iJuueuibur or Jau. miles from town. sometimes it uotild lose healb. bo it would. O ,
'4 you ;. JT" I and methods. Dud shall visit !New York, U 30 e. 5 as ai 9 40 p 6 Ii Lv. .The- Breaksrr. I a t ,
You uottuSthnt moat of tho SOCIETI"1"* beein to stop alioucllii.r. It was on the advice -
uary. urola SECRET i
full leaf onuive 1'0"11.0" 111 tbo North I'I j St. Johns .,.. jCbJcatguVVasliiiiBtcti! \ ,< nUll Philadelphia of a lady friend th.it, I tried your KeMoi. 9 i't a a : s I r yirolnotan&.tr z Hi for j' j

'/jo.,, POUt4iou8ua. are blooming Chapter Nji>l lj 1 ur; ':i'iDem-' "to do this. I ant already amazed atyour alive Nervine. 1 felt better after the first 10 ,,...... .. .... ... .Boyntonjelray ..... ..... *, '
Ll.iC: .uoproabdtvtr -' bersj! T. B. 1vVJdWpSfi lId wonderful of few doses and! two bottles of Nervine and 10 *T n 9 15 ..... ...... ... ISa .t.ates .
;; |f rdons. Everything ..reminds I j! $t.Iuhns.JJtihlS. t rUJ. ( enterprise' II wny one of Heart: Cure made me feel like, a new 11 liii .. ... ) ii ......
.: I' .::1QuIu I W. Mayor Juno days ot thoonly" 'i.t- p --- .....111. F.* A. M.-Ifl raeiulirucey finding out things/ nnd expect to get person. My heart Is all light and my nervousness 11 ii... .. l ......... lauderdale..7.. aa. .... ... .

; o Tjt: states. 1'hlt.I II" ?_p- .): **. secretary.le much benefit while here." Is all gone. I never fail, to" recommend I 11 1 2iai..Q. .. 50 41 ,jj 29s a S se ii O4s. "

irt.oor J I "'"l'II'f' ] ur. a toIr J T. K. Webb, cH-rk. CaustIc Corelll. All druggists sell and guarantee first hot Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville StAbg

bile t heIu _i.tuitg. III.tlUIi I I Magnolia Lodge No. 21, I. O. O. F.-42 mem- tie Dr. Miles' RemedIes. Send fur flee biok
I :Marie Corelll. the novelist has pub- on Nervous and lleait lineages Address "
thspenlMsularforuiol'tliustutuUUIUA burs; W. Woodward, secretary. JACTK80NILLB TO 8T.ST. AU'GUBTINB. 4i'
ber.t* .
UUIUA **** ? halted In Dr. Miles Medical .
article English Co. Elkharl Ind.
nn an
\* _&n.. iw e)6'"Itl'0) frequent 11110w.p I Myrtle Lodge., No. SI, K. of P.-57 members; magazine N:3i 'T ilo.iBNo.

... prevent the ejctifciues of opprusulvo built Chrs.( O. C'odrlnil-ton, keeper of records aud on "Vulgarity; In Wealth In 23 No. 27 5.. 29 No. 3$ No.43 DalI? Daily N..t3 P t7,
r-ullat taIaniBUuU. farther north. April sen). which she says some pretty harsh Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. belly. Ex. Ec. Daiiy. x. DS

",, ud NoveuibcT era tho llnustnioatbs A. O. f. W.-11! members. ; T. H. Webb re things about rich Americans IncludingMr. PARKER'SHAIR _ _ Mon. MOlL )ioD._ 'Ii ,
&lid "afOqtO corder. J. : and !Mr. Andrew BALSAM Lv. .lavksonvliie. 7 58 a S 00 a 0 40 5 12 56 p I 1 30 p T105 Fii S C p I ,l p
PierpontlllrJln i
Of tbe year.Many ; Clo..nut! out bi,unlit no ilio. bal.. Ar. SI. Augustine B 55a 10 005 tO bOsj I ISp I I top a lIp ip !91 '
e people who have come buro f i-oiu thu POINTS NEAR DsLANO. Cnrnogio. She likens Mr.<|forgau!: 1',,,.,lull.* luxuriant (,Uuwttl.ffovnr .
Wt'8tcr trom o( the Blue miles UeLeon 9 miles, Foils to Hpotoro Gray AT/aOSTINB TO JAOKSONV LLH.SCHKDDT.HS .
and u"u ,
,4t Nortb; Kaat Springs ; Spring ; to "a moneyed octopus\ stretching out UAII'0 U. Youlliful Color.ni .
status testily that the climate halo. Enterprise, I 13 milut; Urecn Springs:! 11 miles; <; wnlp diM-HR-fl, hair, falling.
? oNtbern his tentacles directionand ,
; tbaoitfgreut relief from ,rheumatism Ciuaudiigu Camp T miles,; Wliinemlssett 8 110'eI'Y "d""A' nn No. 98 No, 91 Lal17 ) : N.. 44 I No.30 Ne. 7A We. 74 5.. tDaily.
given striving to the British ship Ex. Ex. lx. D&tl. Dali .
/ ethaW.l'rru' consumption uud various i I inilos; Luke 11"111.6 miles. ; lieresford. miles. ; grasp --- '" Daily. DaIly I Daily. Daily. ,
Sun, Son. .
ping industries und Interests. Miss 84* j .
,. atsaasesof: tha throat und luugs. The b..II..l1ls Orange City,H miles; Ulenwood, 7 miles; High- The Lv. St. Augu.tine 6 41) a 11 00 a j 8 15 a ii 10 a 11 44)a l p _p IQp I f 40 p I p
: .. t ti\ t. derived (rum life In thu'mlld, open air land Park 5 miles; Spring Garden V miles; Corel calls>: :Mr. Carnegie a "poor human -r-:: .Ar.Jack.onvihie I teas 9001 9155 llOp 112 SOp. S 18p i isep i tap i sPs
: : ,. ,
'''>1ue available: and are enjoyed by beany und Da}tana, 1:5 miles; 1'lcrson K: miles; Sevlllo biped" and accuses him of patron- t ;:r
*fe.bl..llku.l throughout tilt entire jeur, wlnt 87 miles; Durberv lila, 111 1 miles; Port Orange ... .
f ,Itt.j r and suiuuiur.. Thu city III lor milussurrounfToiffcy 80 miles; Eldrldire, 18 miles; Emporla 19 miles; DeLand ;''I"I --- - :

4 : forests'' of the tuuthuru pine, eu- Golf Grounds '4 mile.; Ueerfoot Mineral I : BRANCH.VuijVj. OBA.NOZ OIT7 Jl. ......C1IC.-:

:. Ttcblng the air with balsam TUB atmosphereatfl Spring, 5 milvs. I I |*Ns. 12 I.No. 3 |*No. 1 i i Ms. 2 t'IX
.. is lor H01'ldu. Booklet STATION., I Daily 1 I STATION: D I
> remuricably dry HOUSES AND COTTAGES Dsit1> Dally __, ttsns
Tliera are no lukes. rlvors or swamps In thu There la great demand for furnished houses O5& Lv. .. ..... Tltusvllle ........Ar 1 M p ..
Immediate vluiuity and Ike deep Ucpoitlt of during the winter und who 7 18 a Lv .. .. .. .Mima. ..........Ar I 07 55p 1010. LT. .N. Sm roe...ArLv. tOp I ..p.
': seuson pci-aons S flIt) ft Lv .... .. Osteen ........ ..Ar II M ci II O' P 11 11 &/ LakeHe'en.Ar!1* lap
porous stuud i ro\ldus purfvot BUI'dice drainage. Intend to come for the entire season should 8 65 a. Lv .Enterprise... .. ....Aril 80 a It 18 \i. 11 89 Lv.Oranca City Ar III'' 'fP
Molnrlu Is practically unknown. These procure their accommodations in advance. .5 vaon.No. fAr. .. .. . flanfnra .... .. .Lv'U' OOaj8 i II pii 45. Ar .01'. ity2c..Lvil2 << p1UNo. ?

uoudltlons..., with an abuiidunoe. of pure urtul Five six-room cottages furnished. rent for '19Hun. i No. 17 ItDally I So.29

siaa water and careful iiuiiltury arrangements *10 to *13 a month; larger houses, from $15 ; I illy I MA.YPORT BKAKOXC.i Su.J.Only" I

make this uiKiueationuoly one of thu for a modest residence to ilUu( month for Only .
beulthf bo found anywhere. a place with all modern per 84 pages, 32 pages halftones show 11-on a I 45 p Lv. ... .. ........ ... .. ... Jaoksoavllle ........... ......... ..Ar. do a .,
most places to Improvements etc. # / local of DoLund and vicinity 1108. I iG311 Ar. .... ... .. ... ..iouLhJ.ok800.UI..L' 8(1 a I '! p I,
PRODUC1S.DuLuml ing semes U40. IIUp \At. .. ........... .. .. .Pablo Beaoh................. .. ....L 71\0a !
t 4'' 'k PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.In Is In the midst of one of the mostini1ioitiitt I churches, street scenes 1I4Sa I 11191' Ar. ........... .... .. ...Allan UoBeaoa ......... .. .. ....... ..LvMayport 145a I3sSp
be 12 00 m I OtIS p _Ar ... .. _. .. .. .._ _. ...... .... ... :. ... .. .. .. .. .. Lv_780 a IN ,
the way of public Improvements can orange growing sections of Florida funning, operations, university buiKling -
: ," mentioned so\erul miles of the Hues shell Considerable fruit vas shipped from this section Train do not stop at.Iallo. .opposite which no tlmo is shown.
club house of
; roads, electric lights on thai main streets ol hint j'''"''. The cominir .season. will see '-I -' -, Aquatic Club. Those Time Tables show the tlmei at whloh train may: be txpaoted to arrlv* and de Drl
1, --I- Blue '!Spring: DoLeon Spring, St. from the several stations but their arrival or deptrturt at the times stated t.l not ruaraKMd,
5 works that largely liiereiiHed l .
of water in shipments, and the
the city a system time is
nor Ante the Oumpauy hold lc el< r spon lbl. tot say daisy or any oon 'qu.ao iiHaf
owned and operated by tuo city, suppl)lug not fur distant when In all probability this -. Johns I.j V"l' HCPIHninny; imges of therefrom.

i '4* the purest water ut a little above coat ; uUo will avalnbuit great orange producing con reading matter defciiptivn of the '

i : furnishing adequate lira protection sucur- try. The production: of the pineapple here / town; advertisements of nil leading Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlar '
i'- lug a low rate ...1'1".uraIlCIl.0 electric light promises to ilvul that of the orange. Kecontei /j jp.
v.i plant'TurnUhvs lights. for street and interior >erlmciit8 prove that with comparatively I .- business and iirofessiounl ll1f'U. hotels BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST HAVANA.' AND NASSAU i!

lighting. We alto have an leu factory supplying inexpensive protection such soil and climateas and boarding houses. _

; DeLand and thu surrounding country that of lie Lund will profitably produce ; MIAMI-NASS.A.11 KI.A.KI-JCIIYWmST-K.&VA.1'IA.

witu thu .article so essentlul to comfort In fruit which In size and quality fur surpasses .. Sent postpaid to address 25c. Oomwtl1lr;:;: Janu.ry 1,1903. I Comamsaciog January 16. LXi

northern as. well as soutburu ell"' <:8. the pineapples. grown without shade further any LvMI"mIMoII..Thur... ... .. .. .. ..110'p Lv. MIsmlSu., ..bur.. .. ... ........
south. Ar Ness in 'I'"s.. Frl. ... .... ..... .. S 00 P AI' Key W.st 8n:. '1....... ...............
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.Nine In June or July large Lv NoI""u. Vied..Sat. . ... .. ... ... .1000. Lv Key West Sun.. Thur..................
houses that UeLund quantities of delicious THE NEWS PUBLIsniNO CO. Ar Sliensi Thur..Sun. .. .. .. ... .. 000& AI'H..all'Mo"'t.. ................... iConimenotng .
of worship testify N'liiKura rapes ripen. Excellent peaches, February a.1908.LvH..eoa ]\(0.. Frl. ................... 4 00 iii
church-going community. Baptist Episcopalian pears Japan persimmons.,Japan plums, pecan Lv MiamI "un". Wed., FrI. ... ... I DO Ar Ke, W...Tu ... et... ...,. .........U 80.."'}
p .
Lv .
Methodiats (Kortkern and and Hainan Southern nuts, guavas strawberries, watermelons, and DeLand Florida.2c Ar lIlIs'rue.hur..8ltt.; : .. ... .. 880& ArMI..ml Key W.lTu.a' ue.... Sal.lat.. ::::: : ::: ::::::::: _SI O' _
), Presbyterian Christians, many lIub-IrollclII| fruits are here with I L Nets 'i'hiur Sal. 00 p I
grown X :I\f. d 'F :::: : : ::::: t
Catholics, besides colored lluptlsts and Methodists alleCI"". For the local market and family t ., Sun. 80 ahonimenaing
.. are represented. Thu graded school garden ..almost endless of I ( March 80. 1908. Above hORn baled 00 DOlh }f.ridlaa Ssa.. 'I'ILv
s variety vegetables 'k
,, oilers: an eight years course, and! the building may be produced during the ;entire ?tfiiinsl Mon.. W.I.. Frl. .. .. .. .. .. 100 p ardTlmeexcept: thsl.bow ror'Na.I&I te1.o.&
;' sear.The ArNasieuTues' Thu.8at .. ....... .630a
which It occupies new and newly furnished soil Is tlculnrly adapted to corn and Lv N na''tI Tites."' Thur.. lIat.. ........ .. I 00 p or Naisgu time..ArMiiilni .
throughout and :tl one of the most commodious sweet. potatoes. Itecent trials prove that an "pII.. rl. Sun ...... ... .. .. 0 CO a

k .and best equipped public schools In the unusually high grade of tobacco. may be produced kAIII1! -p
: CORELLI. For of Local Time Card address .
a state. A curUtlcute of graduation from this on the high. pine hind. Parts of Volu- copy any Agent

,. school is accepted at John IL. euetson University sill arc age, ostentation and swagger. But the
county adapted to the cultivation of J. D. IIAIINER .Asst. Oen. PUS. .Asent.. S'1' .AUGUSTIN. :i'
anti entitles the pupil to entrance Into sugarcane. gem of this fierce onslaught by Miss 'LA.jLOUT5VLLE&NAThTLLLJN J

the academic course tbtru MANUFACTORIES. Marie Is found In this paragraph: .

ui J JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. The chief manufactured product of Defend "As a nation of bombast and swagger I itiach I:,:nuI'rr.wio, I "thaaiilei.i' I :Iilaorgan: : ; it '

and vicinity Is lumber.. The abundant supplyof the United States H a kind of rUl'eshow every month.inch.d"'u"I".rt'.orhl.I-cl" tvval' -
Thin ia the leading educational institutionin and itruitivtital new nmuo cm'li month. .'
luinllies. to yellow. pine and cypress might be made into In the world's progress. But her I pieces In all; aUot C'utti.io.ittf. of Muit)1' "urt tlio Bttttu, and attractS
many a trreut variety of nrtliles now shipped In I which gives' the privilege of Club; Kuom lu Now ; -First Class Service and Quick Schedules to--
Do Land l for the winter ruoiitlm. Tha haistilur strength la cblelly centered In dollars, I York (;It,.an.1 nf (juyiiifflitoruliire.: DiiiHioor muaicul |
thou bua about t'iKaUOU Inverted in buildings; from u dlatnme. Among the muunt'auturlnv Hull her Influence in the social world | imtrnmtmta of any dpwcnpt.inn at u hulusalo Nashville Evansville
lu"lrl..II..1..II11y cstnbllshed we, have an Ice I price: saving! ? r 40 luHtructora of ability and assistants, from .. tell<:bes that Oollurx are the only wnre.EnA'lIl1b I cbHuetj; .Oun'tfttiltujuinuionctf.Youwilltfottnucb: ,
1 1r plant a fertiliser fui-torv .a ny ity woodworking I than MUTUAL. LinenLily Louisville Cincinnati St. Louis
noted l collOKBS of the United State and fort more your money' worth. i ,
cxtabllshiiicnr"tiiff JMt many society hus: been sadly vulgar- I -MusloCica. Depi IftO NUHBIIU St..N.Y. ,
sign countries, constitute. the faculty At useful things In its linea; cassava starch factory lieu by the American taint." -and All Points West and Northwest...
the prevent time about 400 studentS are reiflatered. -
heie und one ut Luke Helen, giving employment Mobile New Orleans and All Points S uthweat.JrirThl'ougb
: :,: John H. Stetson: UniversIty la ullillutud I ._-
with, the Chicago Univortaitpro' rutu credit. to many hands and working thousands tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
.1 of acres or laud RIDER .
being g-lveil In either iuatitutlun for work AGENTS WANTED Ticket Agent in Florida.
,- done lu the other btetson baa a productive! OUR PEOPLE.The .
:- endowment of *:JWUOO.: ) The buildliitfH are people of DeLuiid are from almost every one In each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 model For Schedules. Hales' and Sleeping Car Reservations; apply to J. KO. "'LEU ..

( ., large and substantial every comfort; buliitf part of the I'nlteil States. !They are Intelll- bicycle of our manufacture You CAM MAKE flO TO L. STONE n>ulitvllle" O.' ,P, y A... SOa Wa.o.FlorldayzM"1I\Ioo, -_'

: hotel.. Catalogue's gent and protrrcadiThey. have worked en- WEEKbosides wheel rldef _
.. provided aa In a modern 9&OA having a to or your self. r' :/
may be obtained free by addressing Ibe iiresl- thushiHili'iilly lur twenty-four years to build )--/ii
1902 Models 2:rs: : $9 :
flout Dr. J. t'. "'orb<:*. up Ib"h'letuIlICullltllo city. Uninterrupted to $15 ...
progressand Improvement. have been the
BICYCLING. suIt Their desire. now Is that as many us possible re- 1900 and 1901 Models 'MBAEKSET, $7 to $11 I ATLANTIC COAST LINE .: 1
and the
Pavements In and ubout tbo city of those who nreturnlnir southward may BOO Sooontf Hand Wheels n. on
excellent paths that have been made to atlju- see for themselves what DcLand offers bothto ; '
taken In trade by retail all 10
our Chicago stores UU UU
Sent towns and politic of interest otter uuoxoulled settlers and winter residents; for then makes and models good as. new................. -=! 'I .

7,,' opportunities to the wheelman.. Thiwe many more will surely.) agree with the many We ship any bicycle OH APPROVAL to any- i1r: a.d Oo. -

\, who, have ridden bicycles on aliiiont every who now pronounce UeLand on account of one without a cent deposit in advance and allow,

J:; kind of road and 1 pavement are unanimous In her cliinnto arId, her people, her' university

the opinion that our pavement are as good churches and I'mternul organizations her hotels I 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL You take The Great CarLine From
I s l e Through FlorldaCONNECTION'S.
:t4 .. asphalt. llealdwMue paving of t-ba streets and her homes, her products, her public 4
In the city limits" the residents beyond the corporate Improvements and hair merchants too most no risk in ordering from us, as you do not need ,
In to a cent If the bicycle does not suit you.
bound have extended tho roadway attractive. place In all tbo southland for them. pay
several miles. An excellent bicycle S wl1C'.: until you: have written for on .
some cases DO NOT BUY a fTOTH
has been made to Lake lieresford -4a FACTOKY!\ PRICES & FREE TRIAL OFFER.
path Tires, equipment sundries sad sporting good 1 of all I klnd It OVER ITS OWN RAILS'TO SaVannAh
three mile. distant; also a good shell road to True GenerosIty halt regular prices. In our big rr_ sundry catalogue. Contains EAST' Chmrle*

Orange City live miles south, and u path to A charming: story of the late queen 4 a world of useful Information. Write for It. : ton, Richmond, and Washington thtMIeem"UM
Wf WANT. reliable In each town to distribute catalogues for ns In
Lake Helen five miles distance by way of t person Railroad.
of England vonchod tor by Mr. A. F exchange for a Vlcycle. Write) today f r our special cITeS. Pennsylvania
? Lake Wlnn mlasott, Story, Is tola In the "Cblldh<>od of li
Jil L. MEAD CYCLE [dIOW1li;; III. The Louisville aDd Nashville, via Montgomery.
FISH AND GAME. Queen Victoria. It Is so consistent TO
1 Florida waters fresh and salt abound InJlah with the quern's known kindness otheart THE<_ i The Mobile and Ohio Railroad\ vis Montgomery..' J .J,!

f and the bunter need not to fur to hind that It tpeiiki for Its own truth. ,
good bird snootinir. The lakes ot the DeLand Tile Princess Victoria bad set her Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company) for .1' .

Aiuatlo Club one and a halt miles east of heart on !buying a doll she had seen IDa Philadelphia Bo &OD. .

'a town are well-stoclccd with bus und smaller nliop window, but her mother the EAST Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Wasb)1ir'ii4

::1; ;:flahi and Inclined.afford grout During sport tbo to bunting those plsvatoTially season- Duchess of (Kent, would not let her WINCHESTER!! TO THE I Baltimore. A

It until allowance of
i buy her next
tuldo take the tourists to quail grounds and VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Savsnn.h sod Merchants and MiiKrs Traosportadoa, 00mJ1U17

.eldora taU to bay a goodly number of.these pocket money was due. FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS .for Baltimore an4.I' Uatle1p.hla..
t l morselS.r At Inat tbe day cnine and the prln-(
,, ;fat and juicy
cuss hurried to the shop paid over the "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" To Key West Via Peninsular and
six bright shilling and cot the long -AND-
-Thr-.nror. r-aj nrnWwe
This club was organized in 1D01 by our load.Ing.citizens coveted doll. -

.. who recognized the need of water On coming; out of tbe shop with her you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition HAVANA. Occidental; Steamship Co.: ( -
attractions lot tile tourist and home people.
thousand acres of trenoure la her arms tbe princess en 1 DF the kind that shoots where
The- elnb'ha purchased a countered miserable you '
freshwater wretchedly ileagel Tio1ets.
land surrounding- several beautiful .
lafc V in-ifbUJh, splendid flsblnir four-. tramp. who plucked up courage enough t point. your gun, buy Winchester Factory Interchangeable Mileage Tickets goodover' 13,000 miles of '

The elab-hott8 about a mite and a half east to ask for help. The princess hesitated I railroads in the Southern States among ,
Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with principal are on tale by the
prln 1
of town and Is reached by a splendid paved a moment; then realizing that she no affents. ..

.- ...rieto..4 bloyele track on New York avenue. longer had any money left for tbe man Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded Through!! Pullman Sleeper, Port.'Tampa'' to New;York. via Atlantfr i '

A convenient and commodious club-house she returned to the shopkeeper and gave LIne'; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.

affords a place for the sight-seer or picnic him back the doll. He gave her the. with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester. For reservations and information apply to Ag-enti Atlantic Coaat; .1

I party' to rest-to secure, a luncheon, to lie In 0 or write: '
HhllliiiKV! : promising also to keep-the Shells and others.
tbe rippling blue FactoryLoaded accept no .
the oool hammocks and sea doll for her for a few dnyTh..n *. FRANK C. BOYLSTON W. D. STARK,

'//I' ,;.water; or to write read or sketch. A boat- ,the little lady.'hurried out ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Commercial Agent. Triv. Pan Arm' *
; ( boas wttaraaIlau41'OwboataUt4 canoes: Is 138 West Bay Strut Astor Block, .DY
: :
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0. the Past. (A. r And pop .*.>athe4Is'r... tW-. .M I" .

are invited. l Ifttm*Vor Thahluul..*!..I- L all a..**; .. \ .

perance recalled, OQ It EVJCNll'IQ' 'you Yna'ttn1 It iI'busyt'tlm.s; jets noW for ate lie w.ntv'the.wa..tGh.,: ..tfilnJrlJlhe.. "..... tad''gied': "*_. t'teM,

i church. ople' J' Tie somewhat atrana-e U may a!! N'
Union of la comln horn to spend Thanks' 1 ,iWe'r.
make u mighty glad
I ,. r W. B. .wJlJ give a social on the farm.. both a little whiter, but our .- .l'
long: years lnc h* went west to N
IIIonda home of Mrs W.. ..In'' the .trir ; depend upon't I
cam e .,fnn..nA"o- ........ I.. don. first rate and: furthermore.; i..j..t .. green aid. ::,atiddx"a'tbb'e1YY'r'4". ,- '. ':
ouse-t9 old VermontIt (Lt'
I f t h, members titsm fcbt a western wire. flustered matu'e'Mt' .*tweMerowWej' ....abMw.. bb,
th. letter and
yeettrday, marmtie
) u d towaap'.cite state ..... ;':1
ll- awake .
Mao foe-oni".o-a"oe...
I ... What eh. should .. a,
gu..r e substantiate: the the night to ...... the Lord and '
usedlovtltt' : lifer: :,:
s" .,. m r *. C. ::;teson W8 going tora..1fist what she mutt bahe. .' But' tucked'bete.nVithe boy* big abet***
4' /oS c:! Dr. Forbes feed'the turkey now, aa she '
; : she found a tiffs clip -H
of I must,
\ /r.A 000( \,0090000000000000000 .. 7Gld Russian doctor by the name would Sheread<'ir-wlttf happy teal, a srenVyfquiverlnff'Jl
Consol'V ; long before Thaiktivln' be
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.r"Weightnovcl was arrested at Tampa 'eall'an' up'and buet *: -,
Dedication woli
Exercises +
mothe.-tb'lfn. btt"lr/ry
> Ca charged with a criminal operation ona \ \ to grind the choppln' knife and "Dear.
1 write this on the aly.
{ "I' o Kent Club Hall 0 girl named Irene Randall, and among to choppln' mince. So don't tell John, but make for him a
g | thing are brewln rich and fine and
( his letters that ..
papers were some Judge bit bis pumpkin $
0 to feed a prince.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOO 0000 pfEe. as all! Stewart thought were "hut stuff," and he he writ tor chlcketo put "Wltb' 'f( know It.Will deiltfh/ him. for be still is r
he claimed to have bought these letters crust" says he. butbor- '
dedication exeriaes: of Kent Tthat he mother' boy-and ao he ana laM)
TTVNI con- HI.
THE from someone. These letters, by the mixed with cream, that lovely p1. "
Hall passed oft in splendid 1/JN JL, Khe University. used to make for me" wife' cUd heart wltb oy. '9
irons of the Uni- way, proved -water-haul, and when ex- And *o. you see 'tl* busy time suet BOW
a big red apple from the hlll-!
V ityle. last Saturday night In the clubroom ?.o-..OOQ.ObUc. in general be hibited to the board of trustees at their Northern Spy for'rue'andfnarat7' > ;,:

in Science Hall. entire affair we find meeting held for the purpose of investigating butternut: I've cot 'em round th..toveplp. The boy ta'com1t1. bom.'top.a1JTlyakM4' t
the charges Dr. ., brown and dry. Blvln1 on the term. .\i,.. 3
The Kent Club Is against
3 'Iterary c John Mervin Hull In Llpblab5tt'It'n '''
bating society in the Lawvf" pea I konopropergroundfor Forbes, the detective-lawyer and his I "" to hard lay and the Bound'Are hlmielf with .(no For November. n .. .."::
"' of the University or Its documentary evidence were almost =
f.StetB Unl\'er :ty, an rr PER fl and there ot court. The letters in 0"f"
is "laughed
--.A'\JVA. \ no occa- out '
: < MftiJtart(
: Sato'do JtlJUtI t it *f1lAltf iHl1
-.. 'ver for any question orJ no way referred to Dr. Forbes, and ... .. "! > KOLMAW.rorraerijr of' D6..bIIr.-. .... rl r
g Miss D 0 the moral, elevating! and after a careful examination into every .........--'W.." _&;;101 0'VM.' Oranaa Uty, bM- opvnedFUHNITUftK ''a. .. f;.
p LIlian auences surrounding the possible phase of the case, he was unanimously "
Pent the holidSvf P.r sonDof Dayto Ity, Us- officers, teachers, pu vindicated Mr. Stetson FVUNJt.l"UD.m: : AN b'HARDWMETb71; ._ C : '
guest of C in which ou Grave ale\ueidwb.tIikalowUs. *W .
J Miss/ Anne t the community it is '
himself not voting to the
Mir.il Wolse'eJp-I d and the of even sustain AND" ; '
Call on n prospect a (Treat charges presented! BtmH. U now }pr pred to 1R1'a11! orderllafi"bINUWR '

ket wanjd,! : from a well regulaaisencouragingint! ; ehlghestadegree.I Now Judge _Stewart; is what is knownas or D..t.BDWA.I.1& aad..1II tell CHI..tJI.1t. a.fs'othebWlLsftd J:

a "fighter:' He hates to be whip- '
I Dr. E. T, Allen has ole The result of this investigation was ped-and if the truth must be told the of gTORE' f.\ Pleaseoellsadtnsbbotblltltbck0.' .. ,

!' ,, In the second fgeet- published, and, it was supposed, every- little man never knows when he is ; '\Il ltfVlIFttE/k4lFl6'I! / ld 'JttSlfttElPl'
"" bloc _
s. w ., Over Over 4-I"and it is body was satisfied. But it appears whipped!more's the pity. Smarting as ; '.---. -

Kel yfaool sUP>-Stewart will that Isaac A. Stewart, smarting- under his ignominious failure to sustain --Y
Thewa ltIacj.. .' < and serve a der his icrnominous defeat, is not sat- the charge made against Dr. Forbes LOTS- } .: .
>* ry PUBLIC! SALE! OF !
or to make a fair showing, he ."
t was fir/nd the bars isfied to abide by the verdict of this decided to continue the fight and to reopen -

honorable body, but by continuing- could. claims .1f...:. "
e letters-or copies of them cer- the case if he J ''''C'/ ,t\l't\
the course of vlllltcation-by his dirty- that he is acting for "Mr., Stetson in the XN ..L-H .. :':
d by Stewart as being same _"_..Ift" .I .: f'r f-;$
before mouthed utterances-Is now trying matter, but some of Mr. Stetson'sfriends 'll '

c e the meeting original-were of the Board read of Trustees injure which he the has town made his and living county tor from lo statement are at not all.disposed However to credit, he this has of OF NEWMY r\t.r, ":(

kf. John B. Stetson University in Octo- been "picking away" at the case ever '
ber last, and there was nothing in these many years. What he can sav since the vindication of Dr. Forbes by ::4t

them to reflect on Dr. Forbes in any now does not reflect on Dr. Forbes so the board composed of men of irre- Situated on "mllsbornub[ River.. .anrr. ratftl"t t
the much as on the Board of Trustees and proachable character.
manner; but Stewart went about
the people of the town. So much for this phase of the case '
state all last summer telling filthy Tteto-HEast! Coast of FloristNDER
For one, THE NEWS Is tired of this which, a's we said before, is ancient
stories of what he could prove. history. There is, however, another '
While in Tampa on Friday an inter- course. Our best citizens repudiate point Those "wonderful letters," and by virtu of a decree of the"Circuit* Court Tlt'3 a! 1Qti. x

view with $tewart-who poses as the Isaac A. Stewart and his utterances, 'that big knife he had up his sleeve more City, State of Maryland, the undereigdethtrwibetrit;; a '

of the Criminal Court of Re and will pin their faith to Dr. Forbes, those "hot stttl(" documents that made Deed of Assignment from R. Snowden And-r*** aatf wife:'duy

I' judge who has nobly etood by his institutionand him the laughing stock of such men as State of Florid > offt<
in in rwill
cord of Volusia county, and uses his : the County of Volusia. the ,: kl
D. U. Fletcher anda
who has been thoroughly vindicated Governor Jennings, '
official' position to offset his dirty personal dozen others almost as well known, I auction, at or neat the Hotel, (or atwtictrttta toiitnji rtr plWee

appearance and dirtier mouth- by the trustees.In I composing the board of trustees were i said sale may be adjourned) in 'the City of(, New Smyrna, au the
givingout\ his interview Isaac A.
was published In the Daily Tribune. [ obtained in some manner not coun- I day of February, 1903. .. 1
t- Stewart does not reflect the opinionof the law. The otVcer who the said R.: SnOW Andrew e'
Extractvvof: this interview were put.1 tenanced by : of \ All the right title and interest of D ,
1 .. r lashed in the Jacksonville Metropolis a single decent man in DeLand. disposed of these papers'which were the entire:lee simple title ia and to the toUo'Ying.lot and block
,1 lIe :has stooped beneath the dignityof totally valueless so far as the charges .
of situate in said Town of New Smyrna, to-wit :
Monday. a gentleman-w hich. in the opinionof against Forbes, were concerned-com-
I 1 While the interview gives nothing THE iJE\vs: he never was. mitted a crime, and it was the desireof .* Nos. 69 and 72 of Block 5 '.a

new-does not state any charges beyond the state executive to hx the crimeon II 88, 89, and 90" .1 8
He hat outraged justice by: using : .
what have already been settled the olticer who had disposed of the 148, 149, 100, 101" 10 ,
his official! position to give credenceto
With the object of makingan
by the Board of Trustees-it is evidently papers. of Block 11
his libtlous: utterances.In investigation and finding out what ('
with the view of a a 12 r-
given reopen the opinion of THE NEWS, he !Is officer or officers had disposed of this .. ;
\ ing the subject, and to reflect on the unfit to hold the position of judge of state property, it was necessary to obtain 13' \.
personal character of Dr. Forbes. Judge Stewart's, evidence. They ir
F' any court; he is unfit to preside as the
Stewart's dirty charges were fully investigated wanted him to tell who sold him the 18

\% by the Board of Trusteesof justice of the peace In any justice'sdistrict. letter& so he was summoned to Tampa .. 19

John B. Stetson in October to testily before the criminal court of :. .. .. 21.
University He has for been the of This thejudge's
years cause Hillsborough county was is
\ This board is composed of Hon. disturbance In'olu la county, and opportunity to make himself 22'etcept lots 25t,'2lfT add: itta

; _. W S. Jennings, governor of the state his actions have been condemned by heard and he no doubt carefully plan- 23"
of Florida D. U Fletcher He answered the .. 24.
V ; Hon. mayor ned his campaign :
the Court in unmeasuredterms. .
.. .. .
t of Jacksonville; Hon. H, A. DeLand, summons and appeared before the 21'S''

t.. founder of the city of DeLand; Rev. county solicitor. The county solicitor .. 26 .
THE NEWS! on behalf of the respect- requested that he I* sworn. Then ..
W N. Chaudoin: the venerable and 29
r able people of DeLand, all of whom I the judge played his first trump of 0
,t. best known Baptist minister in Georgia condemn hU action in this and many "getting himseli in the public's> eye." w'r 80

I Florida and Alabama; John B. He decided not to he swoin. He was 31
other instances that might be cited, .
, -- .. -. Stetson and T. C. Search of Philadelphia lawyer enough to !know that as a re- 82
of Governor that
Y ; S. Wright, Past Grand Master be suspend this man from Jennings the ollice sult he would be ruminated for con 11 ? 33 J( excepttbst: 'portion included
He doubt reasoned the
ol the Grand Lodge of Masons of tempt no ( within the E4i'froai'st" ..
which he has disgraced, and thus de.
fact of one judge being committed to '
Florida; Rev. D. D. Moore, Geneva, prive him of misrepresenting the ail by another judge would attract '<< that part of Block 40'lying West of the Itattrdad:" i
; 3
j I N. Y.; Rev. R. S. MacArthur, the eminent people of Volusia county through the mention' throughout! the length and is All that portion of Lots Nos. 1,6 and 7 in SecWdn_W,' Townshrp'lf,

Baptist divine of New York official position held by him. breadth oi;' tile land, and any ex parte Range 34 East, lying to the West of the TowIl of New S'yt -a'aatl l

1 1 l'I )1 City;James S. Turner, Levyville, Fla.; Personally the editor of THE NEWS statement he might make bearing on thereon, except a strip eight hundred feet ins*idtli'Ncrrtlr'itril: ,

B. F. Camp, White Springs, Fla; E. B has the "old case" he was anxious to re- being four hundred feet wide on each side of the center ftne'xSf
Isaac A. Stewart.
nothing against
Solomon, Dayton, Ohio., and the fol. open would atfjcl\ be heard < main tract as now located and constructed (proi aged in strifght'
Our business relations with him in the So he declined to he sworn He was .
Idbing DeLand gentlemen, all ofdot East to Lytle Avenue) of the Atlantic and Western* Branctl Of raw
past have been pleasant. The above then taken before Judge Graham, ,
ID were; prC8enJ'5! *person at thei'ftptlnjj' is written In the Interest of the town, when he still refiin.il. to take the oath, East Coat Railway Company, said strip extendin''Wesfs'tfyfrOOa: (

.. Ee. +?E, or"Pain,i r, H. B. Ste- of the University, and of justice and but wanted} to read a statement froma West line of blocks 36 and 37, 600 feet, mote Ot ten; vo'tbA'Amb7'oss y

--vase, Rev. T. J. Spatkman,'(fj T. paper he held in his hand. Judge grant.

I'I I Clake, Rev. W. H. Stewart,.itev.yl decency.The Graham told him lie didn't want to Also Lots Nos. 2,3 and 5 in Section 16, Township 17, S.'Itdi Y34

I Longdon, J. B. Law. lJ.I lJ.j assertions made by I.. A. Stew- hear his statement that: he must take containing 186.40 acres. '
l for
the oath to jail
I The trustees spent several days N art in Tampa this week were nothing Still refusing or go to be, sworn he contempt.was: com For title see deed from Charles Marshall); Trustee,- to the AM .K. y t

ing testimony, interrogating fit new-they were the same old stories mitted to jail. for thirty days' and was Andrews, duly recorded in County aforesaid. ,

J nesses and sifting all the eVldr nce. told about the state last summer by there at last: accounts. The Trustees reserve the right to adjourn aid sale td tnmlrw' day.. .. ,
The result of this investigation is Stewart. At that time, however, Before going to jail however Judge place, if desirable. '

shown In the following resolution, Stewart found no newspaper that Stewart said quite a few things that Terms of sale, one-fourth cash, balance in equal instalments, payv-

unanimously adopted by would publish them. When Stewart reflected no especial credit on himself. in 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15 months after day of sale. r I
which was He _:..i.in\ substance 1 that Governor
r the .toard, and a certified copy, signed was taken to Tampa, however, be Jennings wanted to get possession of Taxes to be adjusted. and paid by Trustees Co day of sale.

\i by secretary, is now in the posses found a newspaper that was willing! to "those letters" in order to shield Dr. All sales subject to ratification of Circuit Court No. 2 Btfhlthdf' *
t Ke, sion oATHE NEWS: act as his scavenger wagon, and the Forbes from further pl'ost'l'ulion--this \ ;

gar6e(7(J Metropolis of Jacksonville picked up by the way is almost good enough for A plat %Jhe City of New Smyrna showing the location "of tint lots,

, 1'i J THfe RESOLUTIONS IN FULL. the skimmings, without comment. No an almanac joke-but that he Stew I any further information can be bad Upon ppticatfo'a td tbd jmdfr- p

'{ \ WHEREA, Certain rumors have one who knows Governor Jennings, art acting on behalf of Mr. Stetson trustees and their attorneys,
who had given $.100 000 to the Univer-
been spread!and published F. Forbs regardingthe the Mayor Fletcher, or Dr. Forbes will sity and was going to give $400,000 HtMBf T. DnC4tAB, i

Conduct of of this Dr.University John and,Mrs. give Stewart's stories any credence more after while, wanted them for a BBTAM & Wnxutfa, CH.aias'13. Wuulus: ,'" ,

L.president B. Mathes, then a member of the whatever. He told his stories all over further prosecution of the cause In Nat). Bank,Richmond Va. TrusUe*.

faculty, during the summer of 1901, the state last year, and the University other words the judge talked a good & CtOTWOBTHT,

which rumors were of a character cal- has the largest attendance In its his deal with his mouth, before he pigeon- Continental BId., Balto., Md., .
them and do toed down stairs two at ,
culated to reflect upon tory at this time of Stewart steps a time I 4
Injury to the University; and year. in charge of the sheriff. On leavingthe Attorneys. .. _. ._. ,,
claims to be the of JohnB.
WHEREAS, Such rumors were attorney court room he suggested that he .. '
brought to the attention of the president Stetson. THE NEWS does not be- had something to say that could be I ..o .

of this board, who made an effort lieve that Mr. Stetson would sink low heard better from the county jail than -
y them, and the com-
examine from anywhere else.
enough to encourage or countenance *
'THE- /
mittee selected by him, after such examinations f
he saw fit to make pronounced Stewart's foul-mouthed utterances; ,,
as Since the above was put in type, the ,
them not proven to be true; after Mr. Stetson arrives in Florida
Associated Press announces from Phil- I
and; and sees what Stewart has done he adelphia that Mr. Stetson had alteredhis NEWS PUBLISHING CODE
of this
.' WHEREAS, The attorney president to make will doubtless "call of his d02's"-and, will so as to cancel his $500,000 be- ., \,
board engaged an
,t about the matter and pro- If he decides to continue his prosecution quest to the University. 1 '-

, cure Inquiries affidavits, after diligent search of the case, will put a decent Copies of the Philadelphia North LAND, ,4 FLORIDA.DeLAND'S .

;. a ((1 through the state and elsewhere in an speaking man to work on It. American have also come to town containing -
I effort to arrive at the facts in the what appears to be an accredited i
interview with Mr. Stetson. This
_" WHEREAS; Dr. Forbes has insisted OPINIONS OF OTHERS. interview i is illustrated with a view of .: ,,

:repeatedly. upon a proper and formal The following is from the DeLand Elizabeth Hall and portraits of Stetson 1
this board of such I and Forbes. The interview reviews
, Investigation:
Supplement, a newspaper run by
. charges as the president or others Stewart's brotherinlaw, Mr. E. O. :. the old story and recites Mr. Stetson'sdispleasure On Dollar Per Annum .

; might make; and, at the verdict of the boardof I
/". ':/ WHEREAS, This meeting was called Painter, who is one of the trustees of trustees, and he is quoted as say- Single Copies tin Cents t. ,

X:. by the secretary at the request of tbe University, and is reproduced to ing that after the verdict was rendered Adrertli( fiit* Rai iublr- ail :

/ ;' Dr Forbes for tbe purpose of arriving and show the opinion of others than the he changed his will "Quick, fearing he ; : :. 1

t at the truth ot the matter editor of THE NEWS: might die and the University get the r

";.. acting therefore upon be tbe it,conclusions reached; Isaac A. Stewart, judge of Vol siacounty's $300,000 he had intended it to have BOOK AND- JOB P1tINTEB& I t >

t t't JtetolvtJ, ((1)) That we have patiently criminal court of record is in .. .. .

and carefully examined into the facts the Hillsborough county jail at Tam- RELEASED FROM JAIL. :
i f.etteraett! 8111 Beads, : ,
charges and sentence for
thirty days'
bearing upon all rumors, pa serving a
v ffecting or concerning Dr. contempt of court. Mr. Stewart's habeas corpus proceedings ) Envelopes, Statements,
suapicions! I
Forbes and Mrs. Mathes, and we de. The judge is no doubt having a mer- were heard before Commissioner t Engraved and Printed Card Priatin ....-t..:.... ;

flare;: that there are no facts to supDort ry old time of it and has disgusted his Larrimore on Wednesday. The I 1 Engraving and Color Iptltatloi- t i
1 the said rumors, charges or one-time friends in DeLand and made Programs, Menus and ,\ ;. ,
F. application was' denied and the pris- I Rubber Seal Presses' Stencils .j. .\
Dr. John tampB, ,
and that
/ bui Icions, them very weary. He is trying, to openan oner remanded to jail for" the'' Handbills :
:Forbes U a gentleman of the highest the thirty ; -- afo Lar e and B0) tll Pbl en. 8tlcke..1r ;
It Christian whose conduct old case-trying to treat people day, or until he complied with the > Noveltt C>J. id a
integrity, of Florida to.a chapter Of ancient New.oaper la'1Vhole '
li and has been above reproach, whose have history, and he thinks, perhaps, that order of the co rt.' Stewart then announced : : Printed or la Pa".6 r. tI

,high ideals of duty, and morality '' that lie 'wat ready to tfalW. A
in this Unl- speaking from a county jail he -Will I) n. '1,1
verslty.and been an uplifting its strength and hope, an attract more attention than from any- telegram from .him last night [stated E 8T 1 IM AT E 8 C H t(E RVu L:L V r\JY6\ittf' ;

of rare attainments, an of- where else. In other word he hopes la effect that he was out of jJll and a

educator ",., .... 3+r
} ,aw d Y ,e AR+
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: tti'O\ \\ ,\. _:.vi ." 'tdv'''''' p.X' "yu6'itlif,! V. '. .,.<. ', ....1.,',, It'f>+-.._, :
-- -..- pura!' ., ;
I.. '! -itl.Ten foam tto u e roar 17mr tie, find no -f.'We'tb
F Ida "d Voorbig Aveau. Chesp All"" [ Pierion surprised Mr. D. \ .'; '.. ; ,TolJIUu mmw has ever( I r;
,I 7 w Ben J'Wb, DvLud. Flu-son school teacher, ''2 computed. the:dogged courage of the said./ j
ancA e 'Rrlton'whn (cnn lilt cnlmio.M.. ., it-I -"& All of I BTIMATES CHEER LILLY FURNISl'.w-t

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0 free. He is under tin
r Items> from I lie Bronte. and punishment is write----'

+ I Orange City | A daughter was born to Mr. and his late name.he will Soon be or '' 5 t'sMr1Y, l ti ii

bon ( o Mrs. A. H. Yelvlngton Monday morning i 1ii '
and 4t y'I1S }
ooooooooooooooooooooooooOrange Dr. Fox attending/ bear caught added again punishment t Ut11 fiitttrplle 1 t { +,11"l sj l, ,l tl

City, October 14.-George Dame Humor says the wedding bell for his short -

of Cassadapa and L. H. Brooke will probably ring more than once before escape' from \\is cell. )
Those who by the
and Oak Hill drove over from Catisa- Christmas.!! use of palliative thing Wa

J : Mr. Thursday morning on business. Messrs. II. S. McCarthy and Albert powders and tablets 1 h hcre, the consumer is
rived Brooke is a contractor. Moeller have purchased a neat little escape for a time
Miss Helen Manvllle came over naptha launch. from the sufferings \,. (1:"-Von tea has been rel11H.t, ..
of dyspepsia are in .
will ; DeLand on her wheel Friday Prof. and 1\lrll. A.V.. Fielder, of the same conditionas f' old lnl. .. ,-.'--..
'r I 1 I (fiil I
tie to spend Saturday and Sunday Daytona, have rented the PeCJrauw the escaped, pris t..J-:! .J J 1!:

her Mrs. E. cottage Illllaboro over Soon or late athey -fit "
/ grandmother, on street and will
the A'I move down about the 15tb inst. We will go back to 'iJ. ney-that wii'i' .;
Hill.Mr. I the old condition ,))1 P I, uk
and Mrs. Dade and Fred Gra I welcome them to New Smyrna. and pay an added r

this attended tbe Episcopal church George and Gilbert Webster caughtone penalty for temporary 7J\ fC purchase of it.'im 1* \

DeLand Sunday morning hundred pounds "of pan fish at and Dr.release.Pierce'Golden -t } drinkvnv removed them .

E Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Cannons and little near the bridge Monday with hook Medical Discov I 'J1 WI $on tilt s v"eel:. .4 1'!IiIfIT...

few were riding through town and lint*. The weather had; not been ery cures dyspepsiaand >:,Jlcr coffee '"' '," ,?' ,.
it .
t down favorable for fishing recently, btlll l other disease, If -.r -
of the stomach and .(. s -
George Dozier has been quite Indis i some good catches have been made. of ""

(; for the past week, but is:: Im 1.Irll.Vt'slall\ returned home 'Monday and organs nutrition.digestion Its \ ;rip b china. } long- famous\ .

Mr. at present. from St. Augustine where she had cures are laating. S. \ \ :. .
K' ... .... .
been with "For about two yeara \ F
to Misses Amy and Hattie Fuller spent her mother, Mrs. V. Lowd, \::
e ton's and Sunday with their par. at the F. C.' C. hospital. Mrs. Lowd I ia suffered," writes I from R. B.a very Secord,obstinate, Hsq .cane of 13 ofdy E :'.fJ;; '(Op::::: '- }3rerlhfast t '
i. .. ..:..% ,
Ave.. Toronto Ontario "1 trod great number \
Mr. and Mrs C. S. Fuller of East underwent a successful lIurg-lcaloper. : .
of reniedm without auccma. I finally lost / "'" Into r
thE- City ation, and at this writing getting faith in them all I win to far gone that I could { / .,.J""*"" :. haul I 11'r ) '
not bear Any solid food on my stomach for a long mfcl&8ondcnucnt 5l
We Miss Massy entertained Mr. and along all right.Managers lime, felt melancholy and ... Could notsleeporfollowmyoccupatoultinomilh I in < I a
__,v- I ( ( ) Sum ;":"': splkr..1. .
we J. D. Graham at dinner Thurs four, month ago a friend recommended your :.3olti .Inolao .. p.
New : for the Colon nudes. Golden Medical Diacovery' After a week TlieJ.: R1... .1 \ .rs.. lal 0 ... N
a treatment 1 had derived*o much beutfit that I 'w. ....p.r. B .w r r
1 : '' for .I\\ .
!S! lj'
Mr. and Mrs. H. DetHenbach and The handsome Colonnades hotel continued the medicine I have taken three .'eeo &.
at .... ... ..... r. 'I\; ..;
it .
bottles and convinced baaiu my cane accomplished s oft. s :.,;;
Mrs. J. F. Laws, who have !Seabreeze: will be run this year under a permanent cure 1 tan councieatioiifly A. ERIC] ... i ........ ..... ::Ilales "
recommend it to the thousands. of dyapeptica : !
the Seaside hotel at Coronado the the management of 10. II. Faunce and laud* ,
throughout the DRY HAl\ff ,'Y., ,
GOODS SHOES, yC, l. ''' 1.
:ft year, passed through town Mon A. B. Kimball who have taken the Accept no substitute for"Golden Med BY MUSICAL\ INSTRUMENTS ,' \i4 1'Iiipo\

of on their way to Mt. Dora. Mr. hotel on a long' lease. Faunce and ical Discovery." There is nothing "justas ,.,'" l'''' 1,1 '

; Mrs. Deffienbach will run the Kimball are proprietors of the Pres- blood oo and
'Tls '!' City hotel this season. They cott Inn, at Swampscott;; : Mass, and Dr Pierce's lungs.Pleasant Pellets stimulate Sewing Machines", rtpaned and partyll f P: '

practical hotel keepers.Mrs. the Aborn, at Magnolia, Mass., and tbe liver Best and cheapest HARNESS in lh C\ /" j X ft :i

C. S. Fuller went to DeLand experienced hotel men. Extensive -WHY- HE -DIDN'T- MARRY. I1ir A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR S JI 'CI,"1. R Y ) \ t.? to '

To : evening to visit her daugh Improvements will me made at the -- -- -. .- \V- '
i. Tb a few days. They are at Stetson Colonnades, and It will be renovatedfor PJUII Mar' Story al no AoatrUars .

; verslty for the winter. the season although the hotel Is Prisoner.I'hil YV < Pt-

Mr. and Mrs. Fenn of New York already in line condition Mr.I Faunce May; the English artist, worked LAW DEPART.rC -';; :a

Monday to spend the winter. states that the hotel will be run in In his youth on the Bulletin of Sydney -i-JF-t-: _-or ,.i?
will occupy Mrs. Bengtson'a the best style, and will cater to the Australia. Oecimlonully the young man

!' which Dr. Skinner had last' highest!: class of patronage. would 1 be assigned by tin Bulletin people JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY {
to tile police courts!, und from these ,
They I spent the winter here ., '
-- -- --- -
us sign meuts ho would bring! buck ?
year. We are all glad to wel- DE LAND FLORIDA.
00000000000000000000000000 sketches, now humorous and now patlit'Uo ,
------ ----
them back.

Uev. Brewster and family cameVednesday I g Stilt and} One, that of the were best admirable of the Bulletin JOHN F. FORBES I'll. I).. AIJJEKT FAKKAII, LL. B.Dean.,
0 President.
noon after spending the o Taxes sketches: poi'trays n thlu, hangdog man .
o Comity g -- -
T In New Jersey. o in the prisoners' bur talking to a very
It R. D. Tucker and wife arrived Wed 00000000000000000000000000 n mild and sympathetic( looking judge. Fall Term Commences Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903

evening by the East:: Coast line. Assessor Samuel B. Wilson Mr.[ May's story; of the sketch was that

t. Mrs. Wm. Scott and daughter, Miss TAX compiled the tax books the )prisoner hnd been dragged before TWO YEARS' "OIUiIIE-The" : Law Department of John B. Stetson .
M the judge every few months for a number Two Years' Course leading to the DeUEHltEE -
.- Items drove to DeLanl Wednesday. the year IIJ 3. The books University gives a ,
of years."Your of LL. B.
J. Belle spent last week at Lake which are, as usual, marvels face Is familiar here," the lat ( gtree/ADMITS TO 1IIE UAIl-The Diploma of the Law Depart :

:t n two by. of nt'alnclllI-have been accepted ter now said. ment of John B. Stetson University admits to tbe Bar. .
M Bay B. G. Pratt writes that he and tbe : by the Board of County Commissioner : "It Is, your honor, worse lucli:," returned FLORIDA FLEAIUNU( AXI) PRACTICE Special Course in Florida t

': parties will sail from New I and are now liT the hands of the the prisoner Pleading and Practice under a prominent member of the .

taken via Clyde Line for Orange/ City tax collector D. Perkins Smith, wbo "\.I'e you married yet?" Florida Bar will extend throughout the school year.
TIIK: LIKRAKY-The Law Library of John B. Stetson University is
the I Monday, the 2l'tb: Major and Mrs. is prepared to issue receipts to all "Xot yet sir. the best in Florida with possibly. one exception.

very Mrs. J. F. Fletcher, C. {<'. who desire! to pay Itheir dues to the that"Not ;yet have, eh been?, How long?"is It now )information rewarding the Law Department' ndilreati. ,

n A and the daughter of E. 1'itta- state and county. At there is no discount you engaged" I ALBERT J. FARRAH. LL. B D."N, LAW DIPT.. D.LANO. FkA.
"Seven ;years your honor For Information rerurilinur. other departments ..address
an All look forward longingly/ to for early )payments: however, "So Ions a* that Why In the world JOHN, F. FORBES. PH, D. PMISIDCMT. O.LAND. F....
last ) fine climate and restful: scenes of the great majority of tax-payers will Imven't you got married In all that AA

a 1 ; e tJJg._ wait until spring before tjwy "come time?" I -
.. '
lore,I'o(! -- ---- -- -. .. -- a.:.roes" with the need/uVT. The follow- ""Becuuse ;your honor," the prisoner, 'DR. MOPP Trrs Cures Ctolera-Infuiai. :

t to / PORT Oil UN GE. ins'- T'\ t.estlng figures!:& were /Cleaned explained "Aiin and I haven't managed Dlgnhoe+,Dyunteryaul

: ". .. Correspondence. from the cony of the books on file in I to be both oVif of Jail at the same the Bowel Trouble of

Port Orange, October 14.-Lumber the onlee of the clerk of the Circuit time."--UoStou Put Mtl6 Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion RejuUttt' ..1
been hauled onto the school yard Court: llrltUli. Munvuni: l.ollery. I JAl'ff1il Apl. E ETHING POWOIRS)! the Bowels! Strengthen _

dell build a wood and bicycle house. S'ALL'ATIONS. The lirltlsh museum wus begun with -- Mike
f Costs 25 cents at Druggists thTEETHINGe :
work will be done by those: Inter Total' ...,,) CK''".....*\.'.I '.,$d... $5OOOCXJ;; rulsid \by u lottery scheui Of .. Only I < EASY:
Kiillruuilund ttlvgiupli. KKS.uriHViaulul tOr ray *5 usts to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.TnssuuugL .
in the school. l> | .. 4VI.4JU, : ) I. that lottery, authorized lu 1753;; the il I...July 28,18W--DB.C.J. MorrrTT-Mr Dear Sir II1.dcolO you demtntli that I should gin roe
Mr. Jennings of Blake was in 'our urcbblslioii of Canterbury the lord mjr(.....,.oc..ltb rourezolUnt" mediums, TEETIUKA. Our little Kill, jU"'blnen moallit old.lull bad moan
Total county Miluution..........*Jlb",64STATIC troubletoethlntf. Every romvdf was. :xbauiMd tba ibap of p..c.lp'oD', from family pbrilrlaoa. Hr bow.lc
+ last week looking for a house to cliiiiu-ellur und the speaker the house continued to!:>-'. off pun blood and burning f..er continued for day aft.ft tirn. Her Ufa WMalmnetdeipalrad afc
TAXES. I of commons were the and Her motbar deleimlnod to trv Tt-ElHINA. and In A day or two there wa*a great obaaga-Daw life bad returaaitIba ..
as he wishes:: to live where his malingers bowela were t.ga1H,cad thanketo THlNA.tbe little I babe l 1. now doing wall. t ItYour.
.. can enjoy church and schoi 1 The state tat to lie collected on the trustees. Ths nmount teas $1.500,000 ., .1<1., P. W. McIVCH Editor and Proprietor TtulMjeaAU.)New* .

',. privileges. above U derived as follows: raised by fifteen dollar tickets to (pro.v'Ide -. --

T. Finmrfdl estate.. .. .. ..... .. ........ylnlhftlhl $ldO.OUO() for prizes and $;:;00.000
Harry Sargent and Otis Johnson Kiillroiul I iintl tvkwruuh, .. ... ..... .. 4H.I.311 for the purchase of the Sloune collec- |
are Sunday for Oak Hill, where they Fersoun'. ... .... .... .. ... ;.lIi.lU dons anti the Ilarlelun library and for

: going' to help build some houst'f. Tolul glare tux... .. ...... .... ..1\117.339.:15\ : cases, bolide, room attendnntsi., I I
There was quite a pleasant dance in COUNTY '!'AX.S. 'J'be operations of one "Peter Leheup I

hall last Friday evening. The county tax this year amountst Es'I.] ," says: the London Chronicle, made

Saturday evening Mrs. Wless gave $1.15 on the $100, 20 cents less per the lottery notorious. He fraudulently"cornered" J
f the tickets fi.OOO or so of
Mr. 1: progressive euchre party to a num hundred than last year. The tax is them posting by his aid to n Sampson U z i r. r L y .
of her friends. They bad a jolly raised from the following sources: 0
a Gideon, who sold< them ut n premium. |
and the refreshments Front rent eHtuto "*' !l,4'alttA '
ing were Utiilriiii'l and ".lolCrll\>b.... ... IU.2IU5W An Inijnhy! Instituted by the house of A5fB
.. .... ... .. .
w It was a birthday party of Fcreuuul III'U; 001111110113 ,resulted In the prosecution

'' of twins '1'uhtltnurtylnx ... ... *H.:f>iil, i8 by the attorney /cenernl" of I.ebeup. I a i ,
"5 fell Mr. Fair is painting ('apt. Brlggn/ Besides the above there are MUO This penalty was -n line of 1.000. but

on Dunlawton avenue. property holders on the tax books, this was by no mean excessive, us "l i cip

a Mrs. V. C. Savage of Palm Beach who will be asked to pay $1.00 each for :flO.OOO'u-ns) Lebcup's estimated profits

t : In town last week visiting rela the privilege of casting: their ballots.In from the fruiul. + yghQGay ,,.

,# ; ves and old friends. addition to this, also, Is the special 1 Cliloo'1011I Mountain I 4
Rev. Arnold will hold services in school district
tax, amounting allover In Clilim, about twelve! miles from
a of church next Sunday evening the county to ?.>477.59. DeLand tbe village of I.lonchek. there Is. nocordintf I

have E. Brohm, the popular landlord of ''will be called! on to pay $1,39307! as to a writer In the Liverpool I 1

Port Orange House, returned Saturday her share of the special school tax.LAST Post mountain of alum which, lu

c of .from Michigan, where be has .....EAR.S'ArAUAT1ON s. addition to being a natural curiosity ( >t

Iy, clerking/ a summer hotel. The total valuations for 11)0.1) aggregate is n source of wealth for the Inhabitants 'i .d I
? .. of tile country who dig trolntyearly .,
about $130,000 more thanT&r1U02. 'u
h :MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. The valuations for last tons of nlum. The mountain Is
not than ten miles lu circumference -
I There's nothing like doinh a thing were: ut Ha base and has a freight{ orneDl'ly -
Of all the Salves you ever Heal uiitiite .1.010,1)10) TRI-WEEKLY
2,000 feet. Tbe alum SAILINGS
la obtained
prise KuUrouil and .. -
of 7ft. ard Bncklen's Arnica
the Sal"e is the I'vraonul.. '..... .... ...... ...... ..... 4IP;LiU by quarrying large. blocks of BETWEENJa.ck8Oriville

; here ,It Bruises sweeps, away Cuts ana Coils cures, Ulcers Curns Total valiiullon \" .4-3-3.i4"iil; : stone furuaces which'and are then tlrst In boated In great AND New 4//////// /

w and Eruptions and Piles.! It's.'o' It will be seen by the above that vats filled with Tallinn at Cbarloatoo S. C., both way.*.
boiling water. The
slice / 5C. and guaranteed to give 3Iita. t the railroads pay about one-fourth of alum crystallizes THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SE
o and forma a layer about six Inches In 1
VV. A. Alien and jeo.. W Fh"' the total tax of the $.
*. :I .county and state. thickness. This layer ia subsequently THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOU
broken up into blocks weighing about Direct Service Between

'1* Her Fear. tea pounds each.Humble. JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE AMD All

it ;. t ..-.---. I .MaudWhat' makes you .so awfully CallliiK at Charleston Doth Wnyi.
rvous! dear?
en No' Short Annnere From Her."YYhnt Pie. SEMIWEEKLY SAILIN .

? "' Jbeen was that Spllllnk said rim I i i ''Iara-'by.. Fred Is to have an inter- We often hear of eating' 'fhumble Southbound ... ... .. ,. .. .. .. .:. .. . .Fr f'i'i
E f tE that .. wife had never given him a III, ,r. !! with papa this afternoon. pie." In the old bunting days of Ier. Northbound... ... ... . .. From foot of. Ca 1tf
it/ And are afraid rle "
'? you your father England when a stag was brought
,, 's, Is ) "Well. It amounted to that. She r .t not give his consent! ?" down the "quarry was broken" on the CL rOE ST. / .

to use postal cards lu "No; I'm afraid Fred won't show. up." spot the choice parts of the venison Between n//

r. } l ."-Cincinnati Commercial I being reserved for the huntsmen while
wrltJlIl: A Mathemmtlclaa."Father. .' the entrails heart liver etc, called In Stopping at Palat 'a, Astor,.St.. Franc! Be/ y

j la How many friends have ." said the little boy, "what the hunting language of the day the dlate landings ea,St. Johns River ;. ?

." on ) can truthfully say "You never of .} a mathematician?" I I "numblva," were given to the common- STEAMW. "Tr: :_ t >f7S Work f 11
met"-Atchison Globe.HOT "A mathematician my son, II a man people. Co
bo can calculate the distance been | Of these they made a pie called Capt. C. Hy' ,
I the. most remote stars and wbo "numble pie." Hence to eat "numble IS APPOINTED TO/
Care For Jewel.
the' People who* have Jewels should re Id n\ble to be fllmflammed In changing plu" became to abase oneself! -apologize Leave Foot Catherine Street, Jarkonville./All kinds of Jobbino-

the. that If turquoises are wetted a tw,.dollar bill."-Washington... Star. abjectly. The transition from Leave Sanford .,.... ., .. .. .. .. / done
"' "numble at Reasonable l
la I pie" to "bumble pie" was
to lose color. Pearls
are apt
l have be exposed to light and air as ThA." Gnllant Ja<1JtajrlstruteilsJext *.. i easy; especially In view'' of the significance General! Passenger and ,Ticket/ prices byKENT:;ti' s
f easel Wto'Te we of the word. )
I .
as possible but not to damp *
'' got now)'( x F. M IRONMONGER,JR., AWtW. ,-0_
Notes. must
Home Opals never
cure. 'Coostaule-Jost'prc. ; f. alias now to Clean Leather.To O.COOpEnPER. Local IFrt.A/I't..JI\C/ )/cac; ,
exposed to great heat or they may "Skntes." ........argain ftNaglstrate1 I I take grease stains out of leather JNO. Ik HOWARD. 8 I 1
and fall from their setting. i A. C. HAOEHTY Oon'l East'n p..
$1V -
: ,: II have apply the white of an egg to the pot) OP. CdURT
forget this when near the fire '' THEO a. OER,' f HOUSE.
*" Alice i .. ,
,Sold ; Sir/. hiladel and dry It in the sun.'Repeat the proceaa -1
: you happto wear an opal ring. I General Manager eN'O'.O. ,
uw UA \ MI* phi.,A, r I 1 I till the stain U eradicated. P. '.,
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Le .' ',
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w In Wooawarn ,.. : t : .:-<:':' ., ; ,
DeLa11u ?
about feu years ;I u, r;+a ,:4 Y
/ At At the F/rat DI E, Church on vex I ti ',
= !:= ,

t : O'O.O the Past lock boa ettlr p .,.. ,W

recalled are lnvrted. The eveniug serv '-" "" ,,> d+ +'h" DI
on account of '
//r L" perance Unlun ,, '
meeting r
fP AN church, i n the ", 1 '' .!t I'

A( t..rr'i; '

\tiieV'" f,, finf": "? u'cycle Sidepa:: .. '
j .
( 0 the. Olher two V -- -- -- ---- -- ----- -- t i m p .
..j J commllllfloll-fo'1tz / ,,,'. ,,
VI : I ) t'L
6. failed to show u7L/o I J

'\ nives quorum, no meetl I AI Animal I Story For .

/ r1) oooh.\ooooooooooooooooooo. oooooooooo .. DWL' II. New 1 18 ooIo g I Little Folks I,
t and 'J.'lIe '' '
Y Dedication Exercises in Volusia ,
g Consol/ed He
a County. came her 0000008 CASORIAFor

o Kent Club Hall 8 o 0 has and leasedn'e on otber The Two\\' Roosters rt
r r .; located al
goooooooooooooooo ooooooog 8000 '
4 PRESENTS do a cf 1aty'Peued( aboutell I l

dedication exerisea of Kent lend Two roosters who had lived together Infants and Children.

THE Hall passed off in splendid ALD'S IL1RbR'1RE In great: Impplni'Ks' for amuy yours got !
STOpI! ; ; --=rri "ooon, to held) an : .
n style last Saturday night In the club, .0.0..0-0- tO-. on the loivil, option I Into a illMcnsHlun( over' \\'hl11l'all worth j I The {Kind You Have f :

'room in Science Hall. -0.00-0._ ,") J yLeon votes 'Mry," will the moHt. iiioney."I CAS JA

Tbe Kent Club Is Jf literarybatlnir .andy mam" _= ,"itul bo niovtul ," siilil Ihe younger/\ "bi'longt to one

societv in the Law De'. mm).t t0lemmteeslea.< ..... I (if the oldest uiul moHt exclusive: ; face \ T wr" ," ",,,Tr,.,,,,,, "",,,,,1"\,,\, Always Bought i
f steteao n Unl'ers'ty: a ,;"' lOrid/\/ extinct' company will' Hies\( In the Mtll I... My grtatgriutllfather : A\ .AfcgetablePrepnrationforAsula il'' ':

r -.: \ "";tto UERJV4 SON L BRIEF"h( ft L1'Ilnd.f'lctor' )' ftt Miami. was owned' 1 by Napoleuii' III, iiieFwd'andReguIa- 1: l

--...* 3o itif"hl hue' Joci.letl l that mane. and 'u 1I.IJIIC l but the bluest' blood ruin Ung the Stomachs ami Dowel 1s of I" Bears the I

Miss Lilian Thctnpeon! oo a a Iaia ._. -itui-ing companies employing 100 :; In my veins. Hero ll my pedigree.i'ou !. '- -
spent the of Dayton; ------ "JjiaiulH t "..
holidays in l : "hull he exempt from taxvnlion I ''I
guest of Miss DeLand, the! ecenesafor mailing cards -- --- --- --- --
Annie Wol"eley. sale at for the next ten years L'' Signatureof :..
Call on Marsh and Brflla ,..< :' : -
Bros FJShE'j J
for I I .
The in .
from thln g nnnouncernent is mule lat .. Digcslion.Cheerrut-
trend a well regulate Pure ,
mar ,. tasteless and v< 'e the While Hpiiugs Herald Hint the "r ;t--: ness and flesl.Contains neither
water at Brll1's '' "S of
I Dr. E. T. Allen l has gallon! bottle. at :Q'lllen futnnua Biilphur spring in that ': Opium.Morplu'ne norlhleraL J i'
In Ten Ie ; !
the second offices lowed still is cloned for iudofinita I i ,, .1 'J'Iior'NAItCO'rIC.' '
"... block story of the Bu h ell for empty7 I place/ an ., ,
-\\ NSchool over Allen's Pharmacy turned. length of time because of a luismiderptadding i'tJI.' ,)/ ... I, /
K I macs supplies at Aliens' Pbar- 'I Henry lIartrjl, '"*.ly! worn- between the proprietor .fi.'f. I. }. .:. ..,[ /4e4 r d'aAd a' fIl'ELPItfJ/Eil '

... rr>"*f"( arrived Delay day beau- 'I,I, ami town council in reference* to'property I' lJ7/fh.( Iti i "., /v.v.f1 k': -
',1- p the welcome 'II ; 1:.1.-J. ;
visitors charge then .t. .\ I ( .
was :Jf. 'Ing the to De- bo far pref- right } '. .
holidays formerly i l ,., /d.A.a.LlnNJti !
was Georjre I I 1.I.I, Mt ,.
who .J .A..w s"t/ ,, In I
came down Koester to'e "''''''''''UI """ -- I .
i visit his from St. lea you beautiful Throevhil.o men c.lmvgfMl+1 with v'" -'- /1"I"

t parents i first"I* you lire wheu I murder nro confined} in the 1 Diivtiloouiity ,1t. .. JJtr.II(_. II .
e fl i "
orders -
.>White Front at Ryland & Spark-J I p/ I I jail.. One Las been convicted y (/", ,11I_- II Jjfr.J
Grocery f J. the husband tried to \ UseFor
love Wood. the aud in awaiting exocntion, 4 s-;: '
Prompt the
Emery delivery j fa wife or lieu illy sumo of while the other two arc awaiting. _. I Apeifecl; Remedy for Constipa- :' .=
Baldwin. I
i and II.fra "--'- | \i t.r hi* wife of reality. lIe trial, hail having been refused them <:'& Hon, Sour Slom.ach,DiilrrJtoea: I ii iiS1' ;' 't
c. ..na Ir' and !\frs.I i' -'rococo man, and till beauty ... rc -. ormsCoJvulloI5tewrlshI I
xvipiev arrived In > All! three airs uhovo! the average "" b -t F : I ;.d
I first of "-=Land It wits to the wan tile be- Over -'
the week thex ness and Loss OF SLEEP. '
l. T
in '. :
f They lelligtJD( (
11 big season at the hotel anticipate/ of n courtship.\ Tor weeks lio _00_

For Sale thus J'earto will by llly ""d relaxed| ""' I I I 'I'llere in a telegraph 1 line frmaOarnihc'lle FELL O\1U nEAt'" I Facsimile Signature or "'"i

n \I Furniture SfreiOnlT Second- love "hvndy won by night. Then & .
\ to Apiihtchicuhi. nUll u tluit It bock! to the' Years
::1 Fine n olusia coven the wlfo of beauty ivspondud rain see Roes Thirty ,
I '( wick, stock DeLand.on Fla hand. Juhn **-' felt that, ll0 lard Wait wllllt waS! of' short citdlf, ownrd by.it. local cornpuny. time \\ beta chickens first Inhnbltcd the i .NEW VOUK. it }
The 11 o rulnu to him. |! The line Jinn just Leen 1 piiying earth." i

and Florida Florid Sta erlCollegaa! | /One 1I1J'lIlll'ahl, to the wife of realIty ;; expoiiHeH In the )p>iHt, 1 lint WAR n. "01.", lint's t nothing! aj| the older : '-"

teams played' at : "TuUe im back to the surgeon; and great coineiiienco to t the people. Ti e rooster "I'm Sumo nil over. I d.nt't f fi -.

day. The F. A. C.'te'W' e".t i nil. ;; him to make mo 1,111..1.'ith. my hit' HOsHioii of tho ].t' ihlaliiro. iuil'(3 count BO much on wlnit' my ,,:rautl- I CASTORIA /' i

0 to 0. .., llllll ': .flslit! I lose you hat If I the time; blind "' ml a license\ tax' nf $500 on all father and Brent-grnitdInI I her did but tMCTCOPYO'WRAPP.... ''I I fI' 4 "
Marsh i I are nlwnyu the I1 love""Snpptaoe I II
all Bros will bG:(M(I him you woman cililo, coinpiiiile-t, evidently aimingthe what I can: do in.v elf." Anil with that ,....
their replied lilt wife, "Unit Ini
old | -
custOII' wits II tax on the rich corporal! N.N''om.l '
ns he gave the I proud rooster Such a terrible
ones with the i stfiul\ of making me always] what I
..."- finestl'hag. 'hint.' with l l--'
value hnen. Hut thin
'lit "" have so litnij'bu'Mi to K.-ugthy/ tlirnslilnu, \; that It fell over deadon : s
by brlnjjlna
she uniHt rojoU-o iiP'Uln t tot liiin. On yon ;
lillle (!OIlJI"UlY11'1 hit just I ho same the It hind been showing.
the other hniidvhon l-nine back your blindness h<> could nlve the | piilijsl'oi::

K> that which he had he i letnroil' to iia Inokupon u to yon to see both day and, night as I Iam and knocked out of business: : Tholiu Then that old rooster! started, to crow .

mortal may picture n SI'I'III.11> and sate now. but' u homely womiin.: ( hits\ been cluspil t to public and salil, + l, ".\ live name bird. l Ii worth culn1CJII111: do It: Gut bctteithan all. -

a plain uilJdlo | "I 1 would have you as yon are now" w e SII'lg'NI.' n thouxniiil blue blooded ones" and hewent cold I U Inveterate serious
aged woman wuiilil<1 not CARE OF CLOTHES. I I If your or .; '
I Then the wlfo removed his bandage, picking corn. 'p
Ills lo'e1I1I1Ilh: wllli hi* cuncpptioiH? ou consult your' family doctor, and at
Sbe was mire It woult1.Jefol'e and ho Maw her at 1 she was. Ito folded A Jilfl HS.VKE. ;\lorlll.-I.I'III'11 to depend upon )'our- How to Kvei YuurVcnrluB Apl.Lrel once '.

r the opurutiuii (that rt-Htuivil Ills her In his arms and was witlsMeil.F. : H. C. Sjiarliinan) local. pilitor of self and, not on what your ancestors In Bond CoiiUltlon.: I I

sight took pi""* sho visited! Iho surgeon A. :'lITVIII:r.. the' :/ Jfo Advt'rtiHOf! is responsible did.-Detroit Journal.Apirpal I Fur tul.hig: spots' out of cloth It Is Have a heart that never hardens, a

who was to perform it, told him I lor Iho t following well written smtleStory best to have ut liuiul the neueHsaryluuteriiili. temper! that never tires and a touch it
now ll > AlMrkN 1'alnt.I that:
to hUI.ts.-Chu'les
u.eve on never Dickens
of the
dread she I
miQ'etvd ami her ,
|1.1011.> as It Is iiuich easier to re- ,
When she left! him ho hand 1'l'oml.,1, '1 FliiKor I ; 1I11lr011 I paint fan be removed : when' -
| wove "Spots they are new than
1 by rubbing with damp cloth A good deal of excitement I Fo'fI
n was A" Story
her that he I
would Instruct the piitlont when they become, old and tl..')'. 13ei- How to Toughen clothcMpIn
that It would lie only safe fur dim to dipped' In prepared: chalk. Never put ; clinked lust Sunday altar 11(101whou Little Folks /.lilt'\ tiiHollne und niiphtba are all Clothespins that have been boiled for 'P' V
KOI 1.1, In the water 31111 use for washing Mr. Z II. Simniuas" drove into I k
Indulge In the comfort of Ply lIt I by, fwvA little piece of plain white ten or fifteen mlll1tt's,11I outlast those
natural. \ ht. As nnou na thin ul>;litinnio pnlnl. It Injures delicate colors. tow n at n I 1.1'e.k net Ie epofil, declnr- Iliiiinel 1 or some very fast dye cloth It that have not huun subjected. \ to this

on and nrtiilcla! lijhlH1'1'0 used jug that he had bt->red( across the Practice What You Preach best to apply' this with or In the absence process.It's> ,
How to :Mnke Hone .
Crpnni.Soak :.tA
Ill!' must cover his eyes till duxvn. Tlion" I river, !but that a monster rattlesnake of this you uil :ht use an old
she hiintfd for the most beautiful thirty gralusof! whole gum triiBneiiutli I ,
woman had disputed ,the r"atfind\ j sponge. I
In of .
to bu found and eiiJMgt} >d her to seven ounces ropwrtter "My I Ui-nr.. 'I lIa 1'1"11 Mrs. Duck to TIIClll'l! of gloves. way be best sub.sl'I'11 i F Xo.u-!
would not let him .
positively .
for two days, utraln forcibly\ IhrouKhninsllii ) paws.He __ .. r
.... _
phiy U part. her two promising' offspring 1 "uhvnysfollow by the oliicrvnnie of u few slmI I '_
and add one-half of nleo- do criheil the hnako J
ounce I as/ being
The day of the operation came and tin- tutu lee of elders.l One /plo cults says' lluberdasher. Jvt><''1I J
haul nod one-half ounce: of ,glycerin.IVrfnme : about 18 feet .iiiul l your *- 23.1
the : long Ill:! large I
object on whlt.III1I1't mini'N ryes leurus than ,| tlieni In tissue )pup" .iton't \>i .
more" by e.\uiuplo by precept.
rested after the restoration\ of his Might to stilt. Use Immediately after around as a hotel. .anti having i i i out of .shuj. ., .... .,?....1.. .
Just observe mother.
wax Indeed a vision of 10\'<'III'I'SH.' From bathing.. --.- about 40 rulth'H and a f gl'OHI of your niul f\f ,iy.I '
dlnsy till minuet ho iJM/fd iimi| > hHau IK YOU 11'1N'f---- lrnlt'llhf.' lie urped Ihe \\nileutt6 to do tUSULcg! Uultye and 1 remember iJ-\ i I I (;1.\ "-1'11\\.t.\1| ? ? i.i'ely used; Is the price' I I 1l
TO full her commandseven
l'\ | (' t'l tv li '. then reluctantly mil\ YAWN tj arm tin mflvt aud t ways of u Plait of )slot in many c-a.ses. A .

mltteil f follru\ L ndayo. lie hud uotli-eil Keel roll shixeriiiKS, aching in the winy I the t Pl'l'l blo mOil ii h'I'. Soon aposse though;: the sly; should fall., !!glumpersplrlug I i' "

that during" these first hours In which hOIlI'''. l'll'k'of' .iierKV. liead.ictie. and l "Quack, quack!" assented the off -U ilCtnu : j i
I .h!
large to
enough ly u n nigger I
he had enjoyed the IIlglll of her sli<< great ilrpn-ssionV TliCNe syinpli'iiis' spring.)\ i )' come I twit sl,
I be, fnlluucd violent wits un the scene seined with "nhotgnns '
hail been iimi.-iimlly 'quiet, iiudeiuonstratlvennd may by liciulache "Now. by observing\ that I do you uufnln' us
nncoiuintinlciillre. I Iiuleed. hiijli fever extreme nervousness, u Conililitiiii : l p atola, rifles and a plentifulsupply will leiirn witch that will he tbe treatment.I I IIf II I -

that sweet contlilenco!, liu led enjoyedbefore ) Iv-nowii as .1Il:!bria. I It.-rbiiie of dote'' iiiiiiutioii. Aftfr a 'helPI'III'1 I you ",'l1Il0111' clothes out to be
What have hero? All, I Lu
it. Take it we
cures before
the Jisea-c
erne wu IIlIlIg. No sooner win I get short search! Jlr..J.: / E Tiiunious ,lure nil In1 ;Mire that you select a handlaundry.
a fair hold hough il will work' esting:! .\. '_'vlioppin block, dears. !
a rare' my ,
the bandage 1 put on than: all was reHtoreit. found his Huakfbhip: and "glint his + Machine work unii adds mall y,
TIienvna the same tone of in any singe. J. A. IlupUins, Mnnohcs- hewd oil'. The mi-itity) '') monster "I.i't me remind' you both that n duck; boat work of line clutlies. Shirts, ,col 1 1I 4"

voice rt> which' he had hl'elllll'l'II"lollll'l. let, Kan., writes: "I have: used,, your was brought to town( should peter try to thy high; they ure' tell. 1 ) h The Great Health Drink!
great. medicine llerbiue fur ,eeralyeitPs. : graduallygrowing -! 'I
the I too \heavy -but I would like to Know I Insist the ilomoitlc. llnNli.
sawin loving Interest.I Indvud. Cui'tbo out gloss on -
There is not ltink l' better for ma smaller and mule sickly --
ttr! (lute shies the restoration of chills biliousness what's In that \pall"-saying: which she I Have your puke und wing collars
laria :111'Ct'.t'I'\ headache, -
louking, !aud nu'asiircd about
I at all! Eoal
his alp" lit t wan he con:,'aUllatcd, III the ;and for a bluod-pnrifyiiiK t'"uie, lifti--i feet less than lirst Hopped II aid scrambled) up on to the j Ironeil, ll.it, not curled. Dispens-d ,Fountains 6e

WII'jJ had vxpui-ted\, llu're is "thing as "-:00\1.; got "' all wuen neon block. III 11' most ntiftruceful way. The All Hi>tlilii(,' should lie ('lu.full'lmug
1'lfe," In' said, "I 1 ulmoHf. wish I had druggill. tot168 by' ;Mr. Siiunious. A careful starch two ilui'MliiK slul'l'I' wouderlngly. I up, and If you will study )'1111I' closet MET'ro Syrup U, Mil up \

.. _..._... I... ........ ..........1.. ... ... ,..... wits iiindc! I but only eleven, rattles: "Quack;,' 'snuck!" was all I they said.: iiiul use the. moilfrn uptdlanues. which fur. niixin-r with Ice, ,'ater

nod 1 olio buttonvero tOUlld101'11: : I lire easily procured you can keep u in the I Summer;; titu' and
"Now, hero Is a pall Mrs. Duck continued ", '
:\!ensure/ your snake before describiug. when she could get balanced."CJUACK great' den) of clothing In good! coiulltkm with hot water In the Winter ', 'et\
In small The cheap
r Also: Count his rattles and u"I'Y xpuce.) time. Specially
adapted -
twisted wire coat racks! are good "
bin' tons.: Likewise: Hide your rnmigh.;\ On the.se put the waistcoat to family use, either asa .ti

.. snake securely, lent ho be found !and then over the waistcoat put the beverage/ or t\ble drink, :c-: I 4

1 I ant
More Than a 1JllrUUll'cuwnIH.or- 1>. Nr. Simmons lumbers which keep tho trousers pressed entree etc. 'J-:' :> .
Hays 1: the snake hI'< saw was not \ in fihape, but It Is much oiiHler to '- i

the one killed. N. 13. WII thi.nk r >1':'' fold your trousers priiperly and lay ,

I I he, !ill right in we wer with !him and tliem! III the buttoua of your closet ur In 1'rh-cs forSjrup, : ) Pint, .... I I' ,.-_ s .P
II +,r _'J',,'. 1 75. G I ,
Quart, t .
DOLL/us long ilrawer. : :" ,
$ u .
than a'p.
MILL helped in iloscrip.iou.Vllilt
( I, 'AlG .1 "l tr .' r ; """ '. .:-
of ami Itwill .
t each pair trousers \ nirfi-tions : Two table- I
<;I it ..
not hurt' them If they have tobe spoonfuls' used to a glass of = ,"-> i
: 1 I
l.a of Florida Capital guarantees \ Fell Out. folded once. In light weight suiting, water; Costa less than 2c. ( 'a ,

rb "'lio, next tltue my wife asks! me to such as homespuns' timid! ttuiinol.4, It Is a jrla8.Tropical! ... ', ,

this pure ti'cbcproba LI'ln"' honif a fashion paper," growled much butter to lay the trousers out : ,
: : t
the u.ldlii'.>uili">d man "I'll tie it up tight Hut InI drawer than to hunt them ManiifactnriDitCoiDpaDy M

caught table] remedy to cure Letll'. ) 'lease lllu MWi up. All clothing should hojjonJlvhruslied ( v ,

decaying c been uiurrlud .I'enly years, but and kept us free.Jo,. v. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. : !
or money backSpecial o 'o erj'butly takes m r for a bachelor. possible. '-- '" ) --- I
.H.' Balto. Ud. ;' '
Tha t'li whoiv the rub\ conies In nbout U'. H. FUDGKR, '

M this fashion paper. My wife usUeil me QUACK I" WAS ALL THEY BAID. How
x Correspond! to hl'llItjill' lioing last night unit I.. Beat ttirue W. ALCOTT.
"In It I see a green !HijuIJ-of course
Osteen, JanuQuackenbOIl bought the thlnu al a news stand on SIOOl1tull1 of ') 0-0-0..0.0--0-0--0 ,
\ but will take word ?
you you my .
tile I station. Of course I didn't look spoonfuls I of
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< -'--- -' -- ,_
.e has bV nt It.Yht'll I reached my station I for It na good diickloa should. It Is n buttered f. ; :" "' a is

tlvtt in Enterprise. \tlon of the had to wall the whole Ifiitctu of the probably grass Chopped flue and til a crust Is THE ., ) *

Earnest Osteen went bronchial cur to get out. um1 just before I reached sipaeezed In a press. the omelet "

,. week: to work in the or \:: : blad the door a boy came after mo, touched "Now, you know I have often told tl1l1'l\y;'\ aye EWS ffi i

.' house for Jai. A. Pattlll..ys:' tt:1 mt on the arm und handed to me n l hlg you never to stick your bills Into any IJolwl' PUBLISHING CO.

, Herbert Pattlllo Suit10 sheet of white nil marked overwith Lol. ,
spent 1v t paper thing that you are not familiar with.It .

:: 28th, with home folks cot. r lilack lines. la very dangerous. Rut of course I DE LAND
!Jr from Sanford on the train .!: '"I big your pardon" lie Bald 'but H 1 FLORIDA.
ai ., shall Investigate tit Stand perfectlystill
!:i: turning] on a steamer up the St. .)., ti ;you dropped! thls.-, where you are and don't move nn"_ '
"Then everybody In the cnr I lau/{lied.
to Lake Monroe in the afternoon. 1: j The tiling wits labeleil'Molher's; / I-'rleud;: an Inch-It the sky should fall." The 'aler ::. DeLAND'S LEADING LOCAL PAPER.

;_ Miss Lois Davis and her broth ji 1 nuil It was one of I those palper putttc'ny dui'klluga meekly' .answered "Quack, utIl'i< ; the :

Joe, together wltb some other youn q ';V J's f: for things to go over cOl'lIets.-New quack remainthe .

people, drove out from DeLand and t r York Tress.Orlirlaof. :.J rs. Duck stuck her long, bill downin fur!iI e Dollar Per Annum '

R pent New Year's day with Miss\ Lot Q ,q the green .paint, but drew It out uilnuf 8 Single Copies Five Cents
tie Leonardy. The latter returned Sp the llnnaout. more quickly. the n<- .
The hansom wan the Invention of Josoph hou
to Stetson Saturday, joining the students E v Oh, on!" she cried. "Horrid, horrid I II > IdTertlstog Bites Reasonable
Hansom the architect cf the Birmingham
wbo come from below here, at; CoopeV D shall filial! Cntcb me!" And befell m'I.I. }
town hall. Hut the tao ':
t\ Titusville.Mlssei winters* .rtA wheeled cab> which ha patented In l&M.little backward'oC tbe block. A-S she orI BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.

Annie and Nellie Pattillo guests ofSaturday .\ rexembles the vehicle which now did so the' pull of paint upset and tbe

returned to Lake City last Sunday. bears his name. It hud u square, sedan little, duck lets, obedient to death, refusing aJt

't Their father and mother accompalned panted the chair shaped hotly hung between two ,to wove, caught it all. 1 Letter and Bill Reads,

them to Sanford. After two w D ONLY BY wheels nearly eight feet high. Thedrlvei's when Mrs. Duck recovered and look Envelopes, Statements,

The teachers rot back Saturday, to returned.Mrs. TURING \ Hunt wits In front ns also was .ed bouL hers";, epted her pea gre the door. YTlie fare entered the cab be ; _
begin the school again after having D. O. BricI U I. tween'the wheel and shaft. -The modcru children cryiWry;itSfeP; weep! Were: : Programs, Menus and Invitation., ... r

been closed several weeks. tick last week, ise hansom was adapted from this weep!" guarantee!* I -L.. Kubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencil f

again. original Messrs. !1" V Large ana Small Posters, Handbill, tticl ,
tHT. by Oillet and Chap-
I, The young people of nan n. It Is a peculiarly English vehicle you do as I"lVe ALLEN & CO.There J., Newspaper Advertising Printed Novelties la Whole Fan,or Cal;y h'.1'

cT.' 'UNT-EJevoa room houw eorn Tier and Wok. .4 l ,
J" Ida and VoorhH ArenuM. Cheep r Apr Pier son surprised Mr. no foreign nation bull ever Bald. .,.:,
plr W Ben lash, DeLuoJ. Plerson school teacher compassed the dogged courage of tbe '
Briton'who con sit calmly:'Inside It-- Alfof roI. *_ ESTIMATES OHEERFU.LL.Y. >,U RfHS' ._Jt l'
CebUbnChrafntcld\ :; : ; ;.:; f: !' are-to eO C .., ,
''t, r5ll '' .
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-'y_ YOLUSIA COUNTY NEWS -I T; c.I :"". I..-

LAKE HELCft.Bpeotal 00000000000000000000000000 NEW SMYRNA. Who escape from j3y "*\
O O free. lie is under tl 9
+, Correapondence.Lake Items rom the llreeze and punishment is writ T -
{ Helen October 13.-Mrs. Ma- Orange City i A daughter was born to Mr. and 1 his name. Soon or
late he will be
i boa has arrived and Is busy gettingthe 0 Mrs. A. 1}. Yelvington Monday morn and .

Harlan hotel in fine shape. Many 00000000000000000000000000Orange ing. Dr. Fox" attending. caught bear: added again punish. UT > 111\ v u, loJ' 7;} }, ,

improvements have been and are City, October 14.-George Dame Humor says the wedding: bell ment for his short

being made that will unite comfort Colby of Cassadaga and L. H. Brooke will probably ring more than once before escape from \bis cell. 1

and elegance for her winter guests of Oak Hill drove over from Cassa- Christmas use Those of who palliative by tbe "Tlie tiling 1, Wah

Mr. and Mrs. Eraatuff Hopkins ar- ilaga Thursday morning on business. Messru. U. S. McCarthy and Albert powders and tablets \',!lcre the consumer is(1L ?

rived on Saturday.The Mr. Brooke is a contractor. Moeller have purchased a neat little escape far a time I

Lake' Helen starch company Miss Helen Manvllle came over naptha launch. .from dyspepsia the sufferings.of are in V on tea has l>eenWILLWKT renHHof -x'

will begin operations soon; the coon- from DeLand on her wheel Friday Prof and Mm. A.V.. Fielder of the same conditiona *' nll mb. I ) ..

tie root have commenced to arrive. night to spend Saturday and Sunday Daytona, have rented tbe DeGrauw the escaped prii- fit ,, JJr
The starch company has engagedthe ) with her grandmother, :Mrs. E. A. cottage on Ilillsboro. street and will oner. Soon or late a I \. "
will back to
services of George Bolles as book" Hill move down about the 11tb; In t.Ve the they old go condition ,9 F P i 1' ncy--that will : (1k

keeper. We most heartily commend) Mr. and Mrs. Dade and Fred Graham welcome them to New Smyrna. and. pay an added r* I I

\ this action as he ia one of our Lake attended the Episcopal churchin George and Gilbert Webster caughtone i peualty for tenipor-_ c purchase of tei. \
Helen boys, and is worthy of the best DeLand Sunday morning.Mr. hundred pounds of pan Bah at and ary Dr release.Pierce'.Golden \- }.In. drink! : removed) them rS)11

}: Mr. I.ulTuian, our agent, Is taking a and 1 Mrs. Cannous and little near the bridge Monday with hook Medical Discovery I "IJ / ) till 'cck. ...... ...... u

few weeks! vacation before settling daughter! were riding through town and line. The weather has. not been cures dyspepsiaand .."J Jter colfet I'i!. ,. !;.1." _. Sera

down to winter business but we have Monday favorable for fishing recently still other diseases -
of the stomach and c t' .(. h, .'
another in his place to act until the George Dozier has been quite Indisposed some good catches have been made. organs of digestionand v

4 vacation is over. for the past week, but Is Im Mrs.Wstall returned home 'Monday nutrition. Its :1 rn/l/ "Ja long famuusjjttJftniwn

Mr. Todd Is putting up an addition proving at present. from St. Augustine where .she had cures are lasting. \ \ \
,, to the little house south of Mr. Pel- Misses Amy and Hattie Fuller spent been with her mother Mrs. V. Lowd, I n Buffered For about front two very year obstinate c..e of dystpep.' 1....... ....,, r

ton's store. This ia a 'decided improvement Saturday and Sunday with their parents at the F. E.' C. hospital. Mrs Lowd ...a." writes l R. K Secord Enq of 13 h Y.1 era Gp.Tbb\llkliPIt J: g\ 4, a1
Ave. Toronto, Ontario "1 trail a ffrcat aum
and will make an attractlve Mr. and Mrs C. S. Fuller of I< astUran2'e underwent a successful surgical operation her of reraedm without MicceM I finally I lout t ..... ..Eden'Slitte. ha '
faith in them all I was ao far that I could t.1. [)*" i
and this I U, t i
at writing
home for
some one. City. getting r. { .
not bear any solid food on my atomach for a Ions -+ s Stua... ? y .
We understand we are to have what Miss Massy entertained Mr. and along all right. tune: left melancholy' and depressed: Could not "w4 i'eJ.' !,. 80Ilnd. lflllCilt 111 I IJ
---.--. -y .---- deep or follow I my occupation (tin"uiith). dome :'" f..ulPu.r., .... ... ,
we have long needed In Lake Helena Mrs. J. D. Graham at dinner Thurs four months ego a friend I recommended your : :(I-r':;?11. ln.cl.oa. 10 lok ar.fi +
barber l''v Malingers for the ('oltJlluad4, Golden Medical Diacovery' After a week. The R r'er.... Jo 19 pit.
day. treatment I had derived ao much bum'fit that I ::- Y a.pr W 04pi 8 4fc.ot.tv
Miss Jessie Pelton attends Stetson Mr. and Mrs. H. DefHenbach and The haYidsuiue Colonnades hotel at continued the medicine. I have taken three r t B9pJ s ( } for
convinced it baaiu ..... ..
buries am niycaae" ac- 8Jat" M1'm
University this year. daughter Mrs. J. F. Laws, who have !faeabreeze will be run this year under cotnphahed a permanent cure I can couacientlously J. A. ERICh. I '._.. :. f;.:hakes} '

"OUK SCHOOL Htl.L." run the Seaside hotel 1 at Coronado the the management of E. IX. Faunce andA. throughout recommend the it to laud the" thouaMuda of dyepeptts DRY GOODS SHOES HAl. yt: .' ,J' ..... ". ..!..' .:::;; 1.., r

L Itvapectfully IJcilkiiteil to the school thildieu past year, passed through town Monday B. Kimball who have taken the Accept no substitute for"Golden Med- RY MUSICAL \ 'I'I:
"" ii oo ,
of Lake Hel.n. on tbelr way to Mt. Dora. :Mr. hotel on a long (lca:;e. Faunce and ical Discovery." There is nothing "justas "tt .. l
DintrliMf, dliitf, done; and Mrs. Defflenbach will run the Kimball are proprietors of the Prescott blood good"nnd lungs for diseases of the stomach, Agent for the SINGER the beet _. ...., ..... ffi&hlLap :

"T(9( the old BI boot bell! Orange! City hotel this season. Theyare Inn, at Swauipscott<; Masx.. and Dr PierCe's Pleasant Pellets stimulatethe Sewing Machines repaiu-d: and party! i {, 1

Ringing Swlnl"lnll. practical hotel keepers. the Aborn at Magnolia, Mass, and liver Best and *_ -st HARNESS: in lhlTf\ 71 J-fc fff": (\\' \

Singing anew thu old sweet auiiir Mrs. C. S. Fuller went to DeLand experienced hotel men. Extensive. -- - -- *dr A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR, 11 1j [ Y | ) '
WHY HE MARRY. j \1 Der i: '
To boys 'Hud girls, 0 happy| throng Tuesday) evening to visit her daughters /: improvements( will me made at the DIDN'T .. .. . .
The dear old song It knows so well. a few days. They are at Stetson Colonnades and It will be renovated I'llII IMajr'K Story ol nn AnxtraUiiuI'rlf4oiter. .I'.'

Dlnir-ii-llnir, ding, ilonn; University for the winter.Mr. for the season, although the hotel Is #- Y'V' -; k :

LlBtl the olll .school b..lI. and Mrs. Fcnn of New York already 1 in fine condition. Mr. Faunce Phil May: the English artist worked LAW DEPART:"! ; ...t ':.

Jingling came Monday to spend the winter. states that the hotel will be run In 111 his youth on the Bulletin of Sydney :w' .it-
,' -i-lF-f-
MlntrllnlHappy ,
voices In / They will occupy Mrs. Bengtson'n the best style and will cater to the AU:
merry song had last highest class of would be unsigned 1 by> the Bulletin peo UNIVERSITY
Children skipping tiipplnu{ Hlnnir.Heedlntf cottage which Dr. Skinner patronage.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo JOHN B. STETSON
pie to the police uud fioui these '
the call or the sibool-hoime h..lI. winter. They spent the winter bere .. tt
--- -- -- ---
nesl, nment? he would bring back
Ding-a-liua ding dung,
i last year. We are all glad to welcome DE LAND FLORIDA
sketches now humorous and now
Hinging loud and clear, pathetic .
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flwlnlClnll'. I them back. that were ndiulrnblt.
Bringing Kev. Brewster and family came State and g One, of the beat of the Bulletin JOHN F. FOHHES, I'll. H.) ALBERT J. FAHKAII, LL. B.,
0 l'resli eat. IJeau.
Wisdom and bcaltb. Clod's blewdiigrsure, Wednesday noon after upending! tbe Tuxes sketches i portrays n thin, hangdog man .. .
County g -- -------
Te every child though Ich or poor summer In New Jersey. In the pil!'onois' bnr talking to a very

It rings to all u blight. good cbcei. R. D. Tucker and wife arrived Wednesday ooooooooooooooooooooooooooTAX n mild and !''I yinpatht>'tlc looking judge. }'n1l1'cI'JIl Coiiiineiiecs Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903

evening by the East Coastline Assessor Samuel B. Wilson Mr. MTV'S story of the sketch was that

D41T0f4.L l1n.Vm.. Scott and daughter, Miss compiled tile tax books the prisoner hULl been dragged before TWO EARS'; l'UL'llcE-Tbe! Law Department of John B. Stetson

L Items from tbe Journal. Belle, drove to DILan'Vednesday.. the year 1H03.>> The books tin judge every few months for a number University gives! a Two Years' Course leading to the Defree .
1 of jenrs."Your of LL. B.
J, B. Parkinson left Daytona about Miss Belle spent last week at Lake which are, as usual marvels fnce Is familiar here" tbe lat- UEHUEE /ADMITS '1O IKE UAU-The Diploma of tbe Law; Department :

A ., two weeks since on a business trip to Ash by. of IIt'atnclllt-bave been acceptedby ter now said of .Tobn B. Stetson University admits to the Bar. '

a Bay City Texas. On his arrival at B. G. Pratt writes that he and the the Board of County Commissioners "It Is, your honor, worse luck" returned FLORIDA I'LEA.UHH AM) 1'IlAi'IUE Special Course in Florida-

Houston Texas", Mr. Parkinson was following parties will nail from New and are now Lithe hands( of the ( the( pilsoner. Pleading and Practice under a prominent member of the L

taken ill and is only just beginning York via Clyde Line for Orange Cityon tax collecter D. Perkins Smith, who "Aie you married" yet?" 'IIIK; LlltKAKV Florida-The Bar will Law extend Library: t broughout of John B.the Stetson.school year.University is

ills convalescence but is progressingvery / Monday, the 2'th: Major and Mrs. in prepared to Issue receipts to all "Not jet. sir. the best in Florida with possibly one exception

satisfactorily. Brenna, Mrs. J. F. I Fletcher C. F. who desire) to pay (their dues to tl.estate "Not jet, eh? How long is it now Cur Information tlio Law
that have been engaged?" regarding! Dc-parliiirnr, address,
A fe *>y friends: of Rev.: Lukens and the daughter of E. Pitt!!- and county. As there is no discount "Scon you I ALBERT J. FARRAH. LL. B. DIAN. LAW Darr.i DlL.NO. Ft ..
an n. J. P. Grahan-sfifprised them bury. All look forward longingly/ to fur early payments: however, yonis, your For Infornuit reJr..rlhll0'111'" depmtnlrnte, address. ,
"Sr long us Unit? Why In the world JOHN. F. FORBES. PM, D. PntsiDaNT. DaLNB. Fu.
last Thursday eveningby giving) them the line climate and restful scenes ofIVrreopondenoo the great majority of taxpayers will haven't you got run cried In all thut '

i a bowl social. There ter _bowls I jga- OI'al1"'e-......cU: _-- 'wait until spring before -they "come tiule?" I =.- -

lore from the dainty glass chinato --.. ..- -. a;roan" with the neeJl tiYT The follow- "Itec'tnixt', jour honor," the prisoner, DR. MOF TT'* Cures C: DI8rl.! fnfll111.

f the wooden bowl of our grand PORT OQ4NCf.Sprule1 / "ing.Vir\ ce8tiiig Hyufres" were gleaned explained, "Ann and I bmen't mun.IIg..l Dlirrheca.OyKnlcry.

mother's time. Each /guest represented fiom the cons 6f the books on Die in ] to be both oVft of Jail at tbe slime the Bowel Trouble ol
time."- Uo!tou I'o- t.Ilrltl..h .
a book, and many titles of Port Orange, October 14.-Lumber the olllce of the clerk of the Circuit IfltLMI1 ChildreeiofAn\\ RegulattluANi

books were given by pantomime. A has been hauled onto the school yardto Court: :Museum Lottery. I 1A1f yid LaTf11NG F'OWDaR3)) Aids the Dljeitlon.BowebSlrengthaqCosts

',r delightful evening was spent with they build a wood and bicycle bouse. VALUATIONS The lUllisli museumU3 begun with 25 cents at the Child and Makes

worthy couple in whose honor we ask The work will be done by those interested Total/ lent estate. ......*J.1J',77<1Killliouil $r 00OGU nilsid b>' u lottery scheme. Of t Only Druggists>; TEETHING I ELT?.
mid teletiliipll... .. ..... .. 88.tJ'u.! Or ..!! IS c.... to C. J. MOFFCTT M. D.. 8T. LOUIS. MO.
sembled, and we departed wishing. in the school. rMiuiul.| .. .... ... .. ...... .. .. 453d 1) that lottery, authoil/rd In 1753;; the To.a.u.Al.Jams 25.1515.-Dc.C.J.a rrarr-yyDear SinNuenceloroudemand.Ibstl.hoaldgleeroe
them many happy days as time,goes Mr. Jennings of Blake was in 'oui archbishop or CniiU-iliuiy the lord Diy esp.rhmc. with' 0..11.01 m.dcl", '.":tTHINA. Our little .gal. Just Ib I...."mOD'''.old.Ia.bad coca
I .
ye 7'utsicounty valuntiou..13Ib7s411 tro.ble".Ibloor. Emory rom.d lha.hapa 01 prescrlppos tram family pll.leloo.. aOY bo.... 1
bowling on. town last week looking for a house to chancellor and t the speaker tbe houseof .0"110.to y..l all pun blood and burnlolf f.... ooo..o.od for days a.a ti... Her UI. sow almo"d..palrod
Sl'Ali: TAXCH. commons were the inaimKcrs and Her mutuar unMiiininvu Mf try TLBTHINA.sad 31 K 8. j or two there iriMk greet ch..g.-os ute had ............
; rent, as he wishes to live where his Iba bowtla w.ra r.gul r,aol IhankiloTEETalNA, .I little I .babe 1s l now dolnf will. ti
and scoot The state tax to he collected on the trustees Tin. nuiouiit was: $1.500.000.rolsl.1 ( li'our., ..lo., P. W. KcIVEH,Editor and Proprietor" TukJ .a("1&)Hawk
Jtema from tbe Gazette-Niwa family can enjoy church 1v
flfti'in dollar tieketa to .
above Is derived as follows: by provide -. --

T. Ewing Miller and son, Ira, arrived privileges. F'nUlI''al estntu.. .. .. ... .. ........ ..III.I/! /5 !MOOO.OUO) for prizes; alit $5OOOOO; (
Monday from Columbus 0. and Harry Sargent and Otis Johnson Hlllloa.l: mill tultKlupIl. .. ... ..... .. 4.44IJH.. for the pnichltse) or the Sloune collections :
left for Oak Hill where they Pusomi''. ... .... .. .... ... J,.'l\\".lU Y
are at the Ellison house at Ponce Sunday nnd the Ilmlchm library and for

Park. A party of friends joined them are going& to help build some house '1'o"ISIIII. tuX.. .. ..... .... ....I..3S1J.6> :! cases house, room and ittUmlnnta I
There C'OUN'I TAXKS. The opeuitlons of one "Peter Leheup
Wednesday and will !spend several was quite a pleasant dance in ,
weeks fishing around Mosquito Inlet. Kldgewood( hall last Friday evening The county tax this year amountst Csij." si: )'s the London Chronicle made

Saturday evening Mrs. Wiess gavea ) tl<1.15 on the $100 20 cents less per the lottery notoilons.: lie fraudulently
J j. Laurabelle tbe little daughter of "
101'in-red' the tickets flOOO or so of J&
hundred than last I is
progressive euchre to a number year. tax
Mr. and Mrs. 1 K. L. Bur 1ine
r. < met witha them 1 pn-JBln by his. old to a Surupsou /;
raised from the ,
of her friends. They had a jolly following source:
serious accident
quite Friday event From real estate .. .... ..... .... .'!I.fll\.tl4I\ ( Gideon who sold them ut n premium. I
t ing of last week.: She, with several evening and..the.: refreshments were 1t".h'.I"fld. tiloRrnuh. ... ... .... .. Hp.JlliMl\ An tnqnliy( Instituted by the house of
other children was playing in front delicious. It was a birthday party of I'lldOlm)... .... .. .. .. .. .... .. //i. ltl.{ .'(J common'" resulted In the prosecution .

of her father's drugstore, when she the twins. Tot n I county tux ... .... .. ... iltIU. Ul. 8 by tin iittorn-y general of I.eheup.I
.., fell breaking her collar bone. Mr. Fair. U painting rapt. Brlgga'' I Besides the above there are (iUO The pennlty was al' flue of !11)00.) but

The Southern Express Company inaugurated home on Dunlawton avenue. I property holders on the tax books this was liy no means excessive, us

Its free delivery In Mrs. V. C. Savage of Palm Beach who will be asked to pay $1.00 each for fionoo-wns Leheup's estimated profits
system from the T yghaG
fru l.
j' Daytona Monday. This is a welcomemove was in town last week visiting relatives the privilege of casting/ their ballotin .

and old friends. addition to this also is the I
on the part of the company and special Cliliin'vloui Mountain.

M! '" meets the approval of every resident Rev. Arnold will hold services in school district tax, amounting all In Chum, about twelve ml If 3 from #

j '> of Daytona as well as visitors. who Grace church next Sunday evening/ over the county to f5.477.5D. DeLand the village/: of IJouchek. there Is. no- J a 131 ,r ,y

'" have occasion to patronize the express E. Brohm the popular landlord of '\\lil he called' on to pay $1,3\/\ ofi" as. cording to u writer In. the Liverpool I I j. '

company. S. Mills baa chargeof the.Port Orange House, returned Saturday her share of the special school, tax. Post a mountain of alum which lu 1'eJ11
the delivery. from Michigan where he has LAST YEAR'S VALUATIONS. addition to being a natural curiosity 4

been clerking! in a summer hotel The total valuations for 1H0.1; Is n source of wealth for tbe Inhabitants ,
Rev. J. P. Graham last Sunday of- aggregate -
-. of the country who dig from At .I Iyearly C 41)J/OJ/ )
fered his resignation as pastor to the about :$130,000 more than fbr tons of alum. The mountain Is :
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP 11)0.\) :: The -valuations for ]last
official board of the First Baptist rear not less tliiiu ten miles lu circumference -

church. This comes as a great surprise There's nothing like doing a thing were: at Its. base and bus a height of
thoroughly. Of all the Salves ever R..t"'llh. .. .. ... ...KHD.OID
yuu nearly 2,000 feet. The TRI-WEEKLY
to one Daytona. alum ia obtained
every of Kuiinmil and telturapli... .. r-7ri.iiwl/ / ;
:; the two years Mr. Graham has been heard. It, Bncklen's Arnica and Sal-p is thebc'it IVrwmul.. .. .." .... ...... 4l"vi.lu by quarrying large blocks of. BETWEENJa.ckson.ville 1111111 d

here he baa made many warm friends, Sores, Bruises sweeps away Cuts BuiN cures, Ulcers Gurus., Total valuation' IIM\ ':" ....... ..* 3,3.J.IJl1I:: stone furnaces which aDd are then first In boated In great AND New 1 "'

tv' and tbe church has shown the influence Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's, 'I" It will be seen by the above that I, boiling water. Tbe alum vats filled with ('. lllnif at Charleston, 8. C.. botb way.

: of his personality and energy. Q J5c, and guaranteed to give satisUu. I the railroads pay about one-fourth of forms crystallizesand THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TIlE COASTWISE SE
a layer about
by W A. Allen and Geo. W b'uiiei six inches In Fe la.
a the total tax of the county and state.
thickness. This THE
druggists layer is subsequently CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOU
i .
;. S1UO Reward $100. I' -- broken up Into blocks weighing about Direct Service Between

yl, The renders, of this paper will be Her. Fear. ten pounds each. JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON ANa PHOVIDKNCE AND ALL "
] .. !Maud- What makes you ao awfully Calling at Charleston .
rty .pleased to learn that there is at least ---.- Botb WavaSEN Y '
k n"I'VOI1". dear?
on dreaded disease that science has Wo' Short An.we. From Her Humble Pie. I-WEEKLY SAI
f" I teen able to cure In all its stages, and "What was that Spllllnk said that '.'!lara-Why. Fred Is to hove an Interv We often hear of eating' bumble! Southbound .. ., ,, ,, ; y-o o 0.0.0-0 i M
his wife bad him .. I v with papa this> afternoon. pie." In the old bunting days of ":!oler. Northbound. .. a1'
r Y that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure never given a st.a' ... .. .?From foot of Catf
answer?" It\ And you are afraid your father rle/ England" when a stag was brought aCL

;ri, ;.. la the only positive cure known to the 'Well, It amounted to that. She u .> not give his consent' down, the "quarry was broken" on the YDE ST. JOHNS RI .

uedlcal frnternlty. Catarrh being a con rllaps to use postal cards lu wrltli/s ic "No; I'm afraid Fred won't show, up." spot the choice parts of the venison Between Jaoksonvlll 7

!, ;ge. tltntlouol l disease requires' constitutional him."-Cincinnati Commercial Trlbe.' being reserved for the huntsmen while
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure .. V1 A ".tb.t..,.... the entrails heart, liver, etc., called in Stopping at Palatk"a Astor, .St.. Franc. B'/ v

Ss pen internally, acting directly upon How many friends have you to w )om .I "Father" said the little boy "what the hunting language of the day the dlate landings onSt., Johns River '.., je p ;

the blood and mucous surfaces of you cnn truthfully say, "You never offended |j a mathematician?" I I "numbles," were given to the common STEAM $ "LO7 */
4: I
the system thereby destroying the me?"-Atcblaon Globe. ) "A mathematician my son, !I. a man1bo people. 5 Or c 0. f r
can calculate the distance beTvtaen | Of these they made a pie called Capt. C. HIS /
foundation of the disease, and giving the most remote stars and who "numble pie." Hence to eat "numble APPOINTED TO/

{ ;i" the patient strength by building up How who to Care have For jewels J Trela.People should. remember 1JI1 liable to be fllmflammed changing plo" became to abase oneself-apologize Leave Foot Catherine Strict, Jacksonville.ALavs kinds ,of

YI the constitution and assisting: natureIn that If turquoises are wetted a tm.dollar bill."-Washington Star.ThR abjectly. The transition from Sanford. .. .. .. .. ... ... ...j done Jobbing I '
doing its work.' The proprietors i I "numble pie" to "humble pie" was ( at Reasonable
they are apt to lose color. Pearls
.Gallant ".d... In view General Passenger! and Ticket/' '
z ]bare so much faith in its curative should be exposed to light and air as easy especially' of the significance prices by **r?
Maglstrate-Next easel!
Tybo've we : of the word. .
that they offer One Hundred as not to 1'1
Powers, much possible, but damp,
'. ; !. dollars for any case that It falls to must got now'f; I F. :M. IRONMON'GERJR" Aw'tw. f _
Home Notes. Opals never
cure. Send for list of testimonials says ConRtnble-Jollttpr-c.; j. alias now to Cle. Leather.To o.COOPER Local Frt.Atrt, JRO/E3C K E N T '
h toe exposed to great heat or they way "Skntes. Bargain fo JNO. L. HOWARD.Su/
W Address,. F. J. CIIENEY riC'0, I take grease stains out of leather
,P", crack nnd fall from their setting.Don't o.
A. Qen'l
;\, l"Y ; Toledo, O. the fire MagistrateJt; j 11| bare, apply the white of an egg to the spot f OP CURT
when O.
forget his near EOER .
Sold by Druggists 75 cents..Jl.f.U. Alice Spr-- hlladel- and in the i. .
-r dry It the aunt Repeat process ..o"+ .
General o-o-.g.
If wear opal ring. I Manqel'.
you an "
tuA ft. Family Pllla are UM sea happrto
: U eradicated. .
J-tP. 1 till the stain "
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