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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: February 6, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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: ? expresses: "' House
dedication exerlsea: of Kent auction sale of Jacksonville, has been sent the fol fffi t Because it is a larger bar aL 4 rf? in the City R

Hall passed off la splendid and Key West i''ds at clipping from the Bar- !: .
V style last Saturday night in the club Green Cove Springs Monday *.as at. tow Courier-Informant. It la sup other first class! soaps it has beeT: : :1
.room in Science Hall. tended by a large number of prospective posed to be description of Wauchula, kUI 7TTKu n ;t NOTIONS } ,

The Kent Club is Mterary/ .and de. buyers. The lands, which con and was written, Rounder supposes m Three months ago we told you that r.:: t? "'

bating society In the Law Depart sisted of 607,984 acres, were finally In Volapuk: b tt ;

ment of Stetson Unhera'ty, and contains sold at 321.2 cents an acre, and were \Vau chu la iz a big large wurd. lilt JUSrw1,8:: _" V ""

some of the best oratorical talent bought"jointly by Lawrence McNeillof means to gut up and git and keep a I fi! '.. ....\.. ." .

y in the whole school. The clubrooms Savannah and TV. F. Coachman of g-lttin. Slluasbun in the head end of I ,"I i toulevarcl.. 'j

x t' were very handsomely arranged Jacksonville first vice-president of DeSoto County so to speak: and \Iz I>WJ.. AS moi 800"1 II 110 1 1,1 r.. retAS ,

and most of tbe credit for the Consolidated Naval] Stores Com prosperus relitrlus and edukateed i

their artistic appearance Is due to pany. The total price paid was $165-: Hits mane persutes Iz doin busnes. 0001)) )IIsrii rjlni1

Mrs. A. J. Farrah. 094.80. With this sa:?, all of the holdings There,, accordin to the latest

Promptly at eight o'clock: President of the former Jacksonville, Tam 19 and 3 almanec the folloin well established A 1 "
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Calmes called the meeting to order pa & Key West Hallway' are disposed bualneses< around!, over, f rl' ,,! '

and in a few witty and well chosen of. <.$ under and about the ally: 1 post i iF r ; Q t ; d -

words told of the origin and history of Tbe sale was made under a fore. I depow, 3 churches, 1 masonic /0111"1: I".f'\ '
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Kent Club, and welcomed the visitors. closure sale for the Pennsylvania bumpin room, 1 bkool house (fcr : .,. ,

4 The next number on the program Company for Insurance and Granting childrun) 1 jew 11 shop, 1 hardware I f .. SOAPS 4' BETTER : -

was a violin duet by Messrs. Heed and Annuities on Lives. tore, 1 millionare store (fur ladys), J

xloyt, two accomplished musicians I The lands lie in seventeen counties, ,calaboose, 1 bachelur 1 saw and rite:

who rendered a beautiful selection, and contain many valuable turpentine mill 1 water making shop, 1 tooth SEVEN BARS FOR A t I AHTEYt

which was much enjoyed. tracts; 80,000 aces of the land are located t>lurg-er( 1 mayor, 1 juatis/'f the piece :;

Mr. Willis followed by reading a In Volusia county. 11lllllhop. 2 yaller Smith shops: (wag.on ;. r. May ?not be any inducement to you, but that extra l bnr will "-
poem on the "Florida! Cracker and Mr. McNeill, who made the purchase maken a apeshallt), three man ? .
in
+t come mighty handy on wash day. overlook the fact
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the Lisle Laddie. The least that jointly with Mr. Coachman a naval and woman.eaten houses I pulitikerand i

can be said of this is that it certainly stores factor of Savannah. Mr. riter, 1 curiosltee shop horse that Ma iiiolia Soap is a better soap in every way.

brought down the house. Coachman represented the Consolidated enables where they higher out horses I -

Then followed an eloquent orationby / Naval Store Company whl'-v\ I ur 2 beef and pullet stands, 2 ginerlldocturs l I TTTTTTE FRONT GROCERY
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Mr. J. W. McKinnon, entitled also owns: other large tracts of'TUT-\ :, 2 turpentine makin arranye- : ,

"Florida.! Mr. McKinnon handled pentlp.of1.lIes :- t. ur and the geneal mer- '"S .
13roneon. more : .. ... 5, -..r.. SmjL : ts r1i 2' e
his subject well and bad |;he rapt... /gfe-' been employed whotor as the past year A b11F"easo,j and 18 a "iJ1'jt of Tanur...a..'t ""'= "b :,,'w_: !.'.'-_! _!_'-": i.r le a. ''C a.! :Ltf
of the whole house. a -- : =
tentlon Opaj church In linotype anticIpated.
the .
.., Then came music i ..>" "I0a-m ndayschool Sun Company? .otfl.e of the IIIh I! I The next a I'LESS MIOOT1SG.I +: QiOi- *O :f! p I O 1 O.0.1.O I O .O+ I rJ i 0 i C>l tJ t i 0+Q.l 41.0!i +o.t A.I
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w- service ;ibas for departed ;; -1J r
String Band Jackson yester Lyceum the tat.--- :
.* m.. evening sermonj vllie. where Course will be Atletlc I I ('l'*,''le* Into I
enjoys( : arthls ses. servicewith wIth ad. reside. This' she will' hell Ringers and wIll] by the Swiss derstaolver l 2 eLand Real Estate Office.
which young found
ladS nary OCcur she"Ni'ne'
may 21. on
W. B. friends They Jan. Q
r. The FUdR'er ep t her while here who 'the have 'addItion J 1 mediately aftCiday C.
week fn several days j trust /goodbye._ reluctantly. assortment of bell to PltI.l >
JacKSOP'oI' that .. .h but Organ -- S. a lUll ..wo
.. .e: chimes set --: i
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-- O. them Occasionally areas There will ousos For Esc.'t
OL< : J gill r With a vlslt._ honor they are novel' be :t:I:
me outfit tot .<*'Qed his CampIng /Friday, Gainesville sun, /among musical; also they M. E. church ;;; .
their 011 Sunday atll -------------
Pend some tIrme-LeoacountJ'' and will. \ C. skilled number competent 7:30 p.m.; Sunday a.tit, -r
player,
diJ school
tber Jackson of on the Epwortb; : at ] sty Lois Residences
, the DeLand Lea '
) Melvin V. stockholders of !1:3: one of i iV. phone banjo violin,. ....ut saxophone..__ Jr.ylo dally : All are ,

past two or three who ape" the J Cow pan Y, recently-t_..the. CO\'Ington oho, 110 that the Interludes fi <&r will fflan- lnvlted_a1_ cor and Unimproved Property. .. ('

Vanbar. Pa.;, Ihome ... sears In PJttsbu Jacksonville fo do a' "urpora ted fn I:spicy as the main /)' be as Mrs E. T. Gross! bas .
n g'parents 1 11 given
a performance Ie
visit sale general crown tbI" School the
PUb
at to his business WbOle rare To
quentCarte Beresford. them an treat they d lJan( to be Improvement Society flue (of Noil-Residents Cared For and Taxes Pail .
accomplished Used '
Mr. Forflve ? readerand limb as the
lowed dJ
Irect I
I L. Pow I T I windows !/ furnIshed personator The society may
logic J' January 1, move f into a" family will, on T. Cairns. Enqulreotblra.J.,,unusual delight evening and wIll be One of A e -
large
house the enjoYlllent "
lovers
:Messr
] The house Holbrook It Is --- of music to aU te number of redeemed.
e each 4 plt'd bv the at Present n........_ I tl' .not R'eneraUv kno.._ : Ode, the dance gt ven Young folk at 2'es
w' --- "toe ", bnut at the
will be u'vned by n. E. Prevatt IS growing In some III/s./ I Tuesday evenlne' bSIIss!\ Futna1OO \N"etherell X
chose improved ,' shade trees of the oak Rutb
really Morrll
oCCupIed Pre and will be university fn DeLand IItreets. The $1.26 between Post Offi.e and! Bank.
tt I. I1c
rebu and family ful sturlent secured mj : i
Bert Flab bunch a beautl- : a.,
2 C.D Th lot On Neat has New purchased York: E. L. Po we'8 Sunday afternoon of It on. North It Is Boulevard r I I -.!--- "1o/-o 1 +o-toO-t :C NoO-loO-l i
rend eideration 8.3,0: H'lnutj; con SUPPosed that mistletoe R'eneraIlJ' Fall T arm "-- -
t
kills ruplls'
on
which
ChaIrman Chandhantl;;;' It.growa Thb 18 the tree A large Recftal. I J
Fillh Mistletoe only a fal.l.cy. % audIence L'11PRECEDENT't'1 'a" Mkt
A by dIrection] Sec'etaryfirm / KrOW8 $ 1 1 pupils' recital attended th,.
met of the 8'hool' that are not only 011 trees I CHICKENS at the TIlt'
on Friday Audltorful.l
Board
Er Ben\ Tuesday and drew of sane WhileY luxurla lit-not full AND night The Program ) Oldest Inhabitant, +
and payment of warrant, vIgorous tree 111 t TURKEYS. f wail as follows: renderecJ I 1iaS ee...
thlh{ e month teachers' salarIes mistletoe young and Enocked Slll'etlJleu. ,l
Ing of DeceUber. i it. wUJ f PaRTI. For -
not the
the thlOfe: now bein' The Checksfor It' does not Injure grow on Rookw nod...... have past 26 Jean,
g received grows a MaU had whenever
,. all by the only On old tree but WANTED 5.5 I '' Over teach. cold
i Into'"J. the county I n" In vitality trees that are wan. I .. ".. I "oldest Inbabltant" Weather, the

.. ;. hllases Mattie and ;: Fresh AT AIr dot Ballet....Emily.aiay.. ... "\jtrelt'Z ward and kindly bas come for.

.oJ. ellday for West Palm I IOnie Mix ]efteY J oysters everY day.at Alcott'5 en i Ong-WlthouttThee.eparkmeo .Charolo.deTlt.nl. / Weather was most explaIned that the

.\> 1I3peel. w Illspe.nd.the hOUd Beach' where. The days are growing '/ TIlE L _t I ........Pearl.......8Vaujdjor""d'HeMelot. ]frost had never before had unusual-that we
you longer E.
I ays. noticed -had 1 L. IARKETManager. 80 such a
It? McBride lIryrl/e/
I 90116--\ Devi.t..Wely early !In heavy
; ... Life. Lc the
OlJtee.B..nn. ..
--- .' of f I '''''' t.' ......... But thisyear eeas00 etc.
Lexington!/ Three : 80bM'M" 1mmIlJ.: York .Net1n I the old.
allying haled the Whltiug 1 Ky. hat and or four dIrty greasy THtfcosSER mur8ortYe J) "z e.. .., LIas nothing to .ay Inhabftant ,....1 \If
Ladles'
Wl'kerlln For
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from E e West of several bears Italians Chortle / been once ,
outd he Ay.
.onjllderauon. ooac .
/m1l the -eacb ne- 6aa ,
J Mis9l ropert.j-one This |lit a other-vlsltell looking like 1 80njf-Eyer With Thee Itdouta ( The knocked speechlees./ ,
rba of the nicest and DeLa.tld on I ... Mrs-x.'L'Powe", "". present "cold '
'tap Ptopertles 8U. gave/ street Saturday .' ........ ..... Cantor Thanksgiving snap" bee-an
bears exhIbitions. 'OVJqCASH ) Day, and
tlllo tLand Were 'I\belllaYle. ) eVer has
The
)' 'Ozart
y well ii Bong Ja( ) since Continued
eryjleDavle" There
The x *aaeaaor, "dhow'!' trained and Hb( ) For On. II or has been
the
\ Samuel R. I attracted large _0 < J )'ou De'lr F1reM..Oley B two mornings only one

sn'i't I \hold' the position of WUson] M arsh Bros. crowdll. -- ...n.I ,.-,**,-__ Orlllen..,.,.....LuJ"........Lutz. sake when we have had sInce November 27
raising mJPfoliJated) : lSeCretary of ,cia deal la the IIodgklns --- J r V. Lloyd"".arhumanaLueteplel. It was no Irost-and
a LalJd Meats. POlite Best Florl ]1" ""-uo-o--o--O.O--O'O.O--O'O--o."- SOnll'-8prlb/l'.TJ./e./ / sumo The then
fenced anKa'part of hI.! tl Company, c 1elivery. attenttoa. Quick bus for Cannons'making a lO passenge. J.Lucebe..limy";".,Becker J pad into the 2O' mercury has drop.
:i Jack. I livery Re. C. 1\1. 'E The a time and .
spent i
the paatw7ei".M hulas Gordon i'j; frosts tIme
emalltepit In De l bottle E Glee, teacher Mr. John S. Groover of known a former who Is well Lucy \,1./0), / '<1", i.iiiwi: :Mquje'Aparkmanela;j ;i t have been atraln.

-. el. T). """" lb Seabreeze. school to hOme- In the) vlllltfng Mr and Mr" Kentucky Is will'Preach in the cItizen f DeLa J, --'-. -.-.. J. .urk nornlng No after HV.tY> ,"mg._._ very. heavy.
per -
D halt olldaye for the of town. Gregory Presbyterian General damage has
land" Sunday \Vylle
purchase north church of been
: )60 morning the are done.
on\be at U U. S. no
hven r' W St. Johns acres Alias Ella Prof. people will a. m. All the retired, who with Army,' bearing orange There
tltl!,,. The river from 1 n I the Hodges, Who Is and Mra. rr. T There be pleased to hear Inll the wInter his wife 115 Spend tow0 where the trees right In
the land Let'sburR' teaching LandUwSsSS&fcws will/ him. In cold
-tba tertalnlng( be has
Deant will be In publlcachoQf at their are en. services DeLand severe, been
used In suffered and
J.oses.. .Dairy for DeLand th Iii week arrIved!of relatives hOllle quIte aparty I also, Sermon the evenIng Paralytic stroke on a freeze. consequently mo.t
Gra d to from "ThoUNht l\lulIson\ TuesdaJ' ao fruIt
grazing The
/ aye spend for to
01 Dr.
frorJa..I: @ng lalJds are Mu her Parente. the holi i party are: Indiana In the the .rear". the turn Was called, Mr.VYlJe dormant trees themselves u
beJng William Sunday Is
.boullh getting and
ti t minister school, \Vell. along now ]In are {
up'ln'V J Marsh\ Catharine Mabbett very I
has bresm] olusla Bros are Mabbett MI88 : League and well. without CondItion to '
: county stand
Ja'r.Lf injury
roJ the Bn dt .tIow )ver and 1Ire.V, at the usdal' / .1.. prayer meetlnv The almost .
handling
!lO >!ed.- Y will all be western meat.. the Miss MabelVeaver wes. :itrana-er.: The Dally Ttmea"U cold has been th. e
H.vea'l welcomed h
c wa ." uel Long. re.ldent:3: are and NEWS wine growers
tmt one and who
: 9 the Smith servfcell.S.' cordially (fnvfted to I four $. THE hope th
oJ. B. Boulevard house I all]]
,
\ Jordan who 1" on North Bon February every
f8
t\ two months as the spent the tractor alrna'being PUe bed by Con IIf the WA. Allen, B. Wright During the past passed.'c. _.more... _
deputy collector and twelve
r. guest of her/ The DeLandore of to son SUa" DeLand years
George j Coronado go bUlJh.esot no .
Fern In nearly through carpenters I arrived In I on man
!Mobile\ are Saturday In who
to with days to TaE
lara- DeLand Sunday reodiu Plasterer the outside wIth hIt family; Spend the 6011 They NEWS has failed advertised\
re a now In the night completed O'Neill has aboutWhile work buntingabout a week fishing out. Others have, or 'Petered"
..} real hid .
estate ovei And Strange
work Services but
Iobile .. on history
true.
the
He at
much lit the will .
r engaged !In .1\lr.// l\Ir. PatU:3on: interior )Sunday wlilbe at Ua.l1J.Baptist: church oa Ml., M Ella Ha brlck of'Ky itself. Continue to repeat / ....
ddoingpWell suburban and arrived
ed the family have Sunday and 7:3o: in DeLand ,
Ing M DeLan,1 h oho"o Shimer house anti ...It, rent. At the school mo _'_at 10 a.m and IIo.H p.m' J Dlngon a visit ,n\7.... Tuesday 1 I"the. Putnam I, n__ _. .- ....
better. ,' Clad to hear thipeu' "' January I. n'" WOVe i to will be- -v'lUng services--collectoo I. --- -- re 1:0. 'J'. Grol8. guellts COnjt"; taken l ,
I pees i 'ldera. ''
{ !i 'esldent rfda. for mission n of the season. tbe t. '
.u
of D The work ,
e L George J. B. In Flo ooooo ,
and fll Barke Y. coo
P.
l the estate charge 01 U. will op .nlR'IGI-IT. DeLand Fla.
the
01 evenin have Dp0000pccooc ,
The ai4 place on the Miss Joy. basdes thd e Subject ol the g/ service. The o oooo0 K
have 100,: dwin hat In the market the t o, life of the meeting will be 0000000
', arrived I from Grove old DeLand beautiful lot e Carey". Irreat missionary, "Tbe
.torage N place grove, VI.ltors William/
6' Y, and betweer J'
_1' and I la now Clara cordially STOp---- -- --- --
past yea t1s, The avenue. invitedtothese are

bacon havf'b:., orILhome. .for. "'.f\r Va. Painter-e.e "Drintery-Is rUlllhed Christmas will be .ervlce.. j o ...........n..n..n..r..r..r...'aw.a..o..o..+o e.n..n..n..n..n..a e.n..n. aa ao
in thiii- state and will with - -
another
years
celebJated
Laaatlve-Bromoall! I Colored -
at the o
_ witness a large Increase in the in'dusa cold in one day. NO Odd Ten over The Booker Industrial School a. 101l0w.: o o -.... Q. A. -. We Will ddH i tiff
Price 25 cents. "" day. .
try. der.f.arten the : ? o o dll- .
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.ra .low
!/ I o
"p Tuesday. a i
29tb a unique
: A $25.00to
ends ted of the Forward at ::p.m. All (i)3 V'h as mine, (for

--= ; N'"TEJJ: :) --:' to be-present Movement are c'> '. .loved my corn- ,
to people going on
:: a HIDES HIDES t IfiI' Prlte List subject to change nil a tIne lot 01 fruit- I o' you and (jtheir money on N
1:. when Market ehaores. very dellrable lIew trees you 0 The Herbine tobottle pro- the appearance of your horse :

: i Dry Flint Hides..... 12* ct l. ib. All other Fur ides Old Metal ouou adapted'd to Our soli rush is ovf3c-a atrind
t
il I IOtO
: ,J Green Beeswax Salt, .Hides.............26 7 cts.cta "" Rubbers., etc.. In full proportion,' Co: :nneeillt.::. Nur.ery.. Now 1.* I from time a. I if you will let us CLIP HDI. ;

,1' :, Barrels..... 6 cts.Tallotf'ln Furs I Furs: J Cur* IIr- g to time. .
Cakes. ..... 6* eta. onltehd.'n f""llo'IIQluJDns 0 ;
,1 'r ""- : from eI.mdrol*to a teamucINI' -.- late// 0 nor flagS-"solnethi Costs you only $2.00.BERRY ,
G ::1' Nol Otttr.Skins, Large and Dark W.OO to t9.' < If oo the Meal ...K.I I 0 -
1 2l ." "l&fiooto 6.0( yvtem Th y offer one.. hundred-r:: 'I 0 a sass ) '
No. ,,'r+ easels falls to>> ou. make \ ;oj
No.'1, Coo"3klna, .,1 05 to .81(0 any 1904 the ould
t t "*_ : u r "J....35 to >' .ft) d lmoDla'CHENEY'. co.,Tol eda .' IDer'-r &. :KENT J.
Rio,.'L Mink Skins. ,. '1.00 to 1.6)() 8014 Hall'by.hmUl lTVLgf\tt i'nL.r.*TOO. she bee. you ,
,qtly In his ad.
f u
F+ Write tot: full Price Let l" ,1'" OP. COURT HO SE. '
+ ...__ to"J., ..W. .WATKINS, Brunswick Qa.: ,'Reeve new this week. $:)..". foWSee what Berry & Kent NEW SHOP. .'- .
1aat r r'
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The
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I II Doses Weakened ; nlfloancekn' of" d"1'lutour. rOS- 1\ \ 1 'I'i; c-that will be (i
I liidiatna Avenue, west ol Court I iX

Stomach. I"ioUBti.W.8.. __ N"j: 1e purchase of
te...
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& I'I TAYLOR, W 1.20 ') drmk )w rClllo\'ed _
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I Dr.MUes'NervlneCured Ib f'_ e' ( W I. or ...' .
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a4 l\w I.tnooon! ; a :\ ft .. 'IfV 1All
hY' Me.Dr. Surgeon-Dentist. \ J.20f nw i.i'o. ,...'''k. ......-.,;, "., ;.. "
.. .. .....er coffel: '.
north hili' ". _
Idr Miles' Restorative Nervine brings rest FIREARMS Oillce over Fisher's Drug Store DeLand Fin W 1.201..w. 1-...?. .
and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out H.*.fc-..n,.....for 7............of N 1-2 or no 1-4. .. 1g.. ._ ''p _
Mrs. I with the cares and anxieties of the sick room. I Ib..1 I EHT FISH: ,
Laura. S. Webb I .
ACCURACY. i1:2\: PI I tfChma ) famousXTim
n"..,,.,.fl f..1 I.,5110W&nU... .. SAFETY. DURA B !B!.: long ikk
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.. V c'rnllct re-Irrnlileii.Iub.o. Momnn'H.NorlUrnvolllll"I -- ..,, -Jo noiir I I tin' cloniN yon wont i kv cuiueilo with th e exQ' I -.Tb....h.ra' .....".,1.-.Ie.......I fa...ll I..IP 54.a..p.-. Attorney-at.Law 8'U" HO :::::::::: I n.. ...to'i. .'.:o','\ .

I 1 dreaded thf.::tit .Urnlghtpr. \\'n niruin/: until 'tomorrow." I Allot.e fine 1-4)). ( 'i.; ,.' .".."..to fasts ,
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( wu fast appr ( 1\11 C'rlnilniil busin p.j .
of Car (IiHI! ;| I tiVH ,],'...pi.el1 hid n\\iiy from t the .J..o..o
t. / ::1 Ji'tanJs: any Ing luckily) "nor Know, how 1 iio'l. l to build ens- LoU 1."d. ... .. : ( tmrlis:.. '.Y Il8ma'
B 1-1!
.a I disgraced I Lie blood., I Ih'" I tI"'I'I ('. I him ye never I Imilt 41110- JAMES. PERKiNS, All ...... ... ... .......... 4 1. "IIiII!!. .qt! .,,, ; Cqucllt 111 C ?
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'Cbt.'Cr "pt! Yon- miiKe me "hl('(' :.Mny d U'd., ." No 1 4. n 1-2 or no 1-4, BW /a:7' : .. .
you .
1-1 (if 80 14E ...........32 U '1'.1..r.. .. & 10 ., '
.- nervous" Illdsteley sold!, nodding, Illdm'Ic-i "Lot' d..\vn his (sl.i I ,"". Tills Attorn ey-at-Latv. 1.Iine 1-4, nw 1-4, w '.rs.. 10 r- b. 'Wj 'p
......:... ",\r 10 .
again and settling tIle big liiinoii l time I the I qnUcr rnnu iinilcrneiitli It. Plain l-toiwl-4. 36 11 I. 8.\, ) fr
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Sewiim tll
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upon his sliht fronthere It \\onlil "]t." mid. iihont} 11$ lhl'I'' ," he "siild, Solicitor Criminal Court of Record., Will. mi'ae- W E..2 t-S.ol...BO. ...1-4..,..w..1-2........ 4 2 It 14 ::ill\\11 '4..,- ,.. .. .SIO&.J. O..T;..
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.. ---- "1"111111.1'.I'r low. : [ lice In nil courts within the Siat or Flor t S) 1-3......... ... ...... S I 14 l tI a "'a { '"'1"1),.e'""
of lirrlliflit.'Hldgeley / "M.iy the ,
catch I'l-l/jliter ,glen in wns/ ida. Voluslil ,
a Ulllec Bank.
/ over County ... '
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; was given to l'III'ph> nml line only ono .to Intl t'l. I wonder how we Over Fudger's.---( -' Alt ....... ... .... .......... 10 l' ;ti)I'> 11-1. ... :\i' ::: .
linen. Upou the lenst 'l'nql.)11. his mi- tin.iii..itti.'il. .. not .to!" -. E. ALEXANDER All .......... ............ ... U H II' (1.111.1
JAMES All ..................... .... Jot U 1\1 1.40.11All i!_ a
ment WAS positively riotous. A riihy! "Oh.( I ye nlwnyn I him 41 I too I little I I inoniy (I leaa nw 1-4 of BW4| :SO U 311 1I\
'. almost priceless tllnnucrcil nimu hUliund. nnd j-uii .tun UIIK'h," '.I'it.ii'Iik) ;: ""Itl. AUorney-at-Law. All ... i... i'J 11 II' ."' U'I .
W 1-4 ul l-. ... 2. U 311 ;5'i:: .
1-H BW KU! ,
lIe turned the alone. Khiiiccil, tnrnliii"' ; I towiird I tlie I II ml'. ":Ou; lonjr, Ko\\' OPEN Will Practice, In Plato, and Federal Courts. All ... .. ...f !2(1! 1t .5 I 1j431i
at It nml culled to his old mall: (let i>v(>r the caution nf OIHves, : Kooina 1 and :2, llrush Block I>E- AII..r.. !MAll H 311 j uar",
complacently ncuinUlM
LAND FI.OIUUA.VTOLVSIA ....... ........ ...... .00 H a. Uti.'"
man who come noiselessly through : and mniry licl'ore It's too Nw 1-441 nw 1-.......... a2 H I IsO al'a .
the door, "Two fifty ones, Jptiklnx nn Iii 2d
'make 'cm good_ and. -long.- Thpn.. .--utttue ..."_:.-Io.;....)..)!....Ale._... _u you_ ..goIng_ Inu-k. .. doliiii Ilnfali Piiniiii! .AMSTHACT_ n ...COMPANY, lot l..ohl.4 .i,8and.. .4, n. 18.of. oj u.liu.u.1.,... ,
I uoor closed,; uciiimi Jpnuiii: 'l'onJne '-iiliiumii'y ush-cij nouimiff) I I I in I me/ .&&U'" iL .II. 1.1".II.. B. ...
.- soul dour boy, I'd like to see jon direction of tin- Htrocl.. Tremvlc-k bhookhl Ali8tr'acd Thursday mornIng They are locatedIn time than wad first calculated ou LU i or... .frA.tg" ",, "

I' through, but twenty thousand! It 11l'1I'0\ : n''o. I oa hunt a It oraiiytliliiur -- I".II'.1 Norwood VIIU. \lrs. Hunt broughta rlnlsh this work. However, Mr. Murray nioiual ben.>. _. ""-. .
nd .
I (would be downright I linuioiiil to risk: so he .snlJ.I I think I slmll DeI..Ia.nd : t .s' beautiful new sign for the cottage says that the rest of the road and nial among w tf. .u *-,,,/. ._
much money.Vlmy, that would keep go to III.1'1111.& ) fur in hour, .\llor Hint cnln of with her. It 1001ell'el'y are constantly pu* I** :I O.UO
the
I- a yacht In commission nlmoxt", a SPU- -\\'l.I/I, I h.ive m>t
1 ; eon through/ "Connl.ncK I ," I Itldsfley, : s.-il.l.I "I-I vsBI T P CH A o.v.'ted president of a friend of !Mr. Glaaco's. family, Is visiting time the Oils are made, and there will eral medicines, and thu '

TrenwIcU turned. to the window. Out- want t In talk to )'1111. 1-1 UII n'u't I In'vii ..o ion, ; Charles Kont, vice- / him this week. She will soon goon : be no let up until the road Is com genuineness and reliability volunteei\->

filde the tide of life In HIP nvoime' winat quite( H jii.ir'"> v\llh joti. I It I l>i-not the ...uent and Harry Wllrion /tlnantwtal xouth to join her husband family pleted. inultittle of testimonials in their behalf.

V '- flood. It WON turning; T2:! o'clock.He money 1 mind. lint--3011 were nutsijiinix' .. The at her brother's Mr. George Gools- Mrs. 11.V... Edwards and nieces; grateful people DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION -
secretary. next meetingwill WORLDS
41:1 I Imd until 3 to miiUe good: his bal M-llli me-In th,. old! lime, jon' be held by, who rU1 the Orange/ City paper.Miss Misses. Annabel McCrory and Edith Proprietors Buffalo, N. Y.
next Mann of
: Tuesday. Daytona in
_' F ances. If only ho could, iniike;: guod( ho Know. :\Iu '- I love lii-r.' I love 'luryet. \ # -... town a abort time i Saturday stopped on her Monroe, went to UeLnnd Tuesday to THE REASON.-There is no medicine -
7 r was sure tho"II'Y next day would find. And jon you piiiuu between 111.So Pierce's Golden
Dawsou Brown's horse was way home from DeLand.Mr. visit Mrs. J. L. McCrory. The young equal Doctor\ .
lilm In the flood lido of :; I've vvnlted. to get know. lptly gray the
A' J' fortune. Thorn C\'l'lI. Vim ( Lee Spencer has Tampa Medical Discovery, for purifying
their
gone from there to
wns a fickle, senilpnnleky innrKot. lie I Know jon'd romp ti) me some time. .ON, ..1! taken with an attack of "kicking'-/ in to live He baa accepted a position ladles will /go ', blood. It carries off the poisons which

.,1 stood to will thu wliiUu of his life If
'4j only he could keep nliovcvttt hr until yon-yon% Kept me finiii ,jteltliiK i \'-* afternoon, /and soon bad the dashboard -, that city. days' visit Their many friends In activity of the blood-making glands
_
cu' f' the tide turned.] Nothing .short of tlint I Wiinli.l. must" In the world./ """ cutup. Into tine kindling/ n Mrs. Belle Dunlap and Mrs. Nellie New Smyrna regret/ they could notstaylonR'er and gives the body an increased supply. '

& Imminent 11I17.III'dul1l.1 have bioiight' the, HI.tire's.' l'\'PIl-IIII.1! IYiui tbe 1\IT then kicked himself loose from thewaA'on. Palmer drove to D Land Saturday onbusiness and hope they will come of pure the, body-building with sound blood., healthy It builds flesh

A him to nidgclpy.Ridgeley "Kl.nl.: : John H. Paxton, who was I in I Mrs. Charles St. John has two cousins again next winter. up instead of body flabby fat, promotes the appetite -

had seeuii'd, to him those have' lIul1o' ,:.&' 1 the wagon/ with Mr. Brown, was!: kicked visiting her this! week. They are Lumber U on the ground for Mis. I feeds the nerves, and so givesto ,

twenty JCHKS pnst ever since he ctimw .'Yfft UNIVERSITY I I on both shins bruising them, but not Mr. Gibson and Mr. Morgan of New I Ben Marshall's. cottage 'at the cornerof weak nervous people vitality and

2 suddenly Into glclltJ'lche'l. ns not III Ill'!' T : I breaking bones. I York. They are "doll1 the state of I Faulkner and Murray streets. Con vigor.

T t more than a human clot: wtiolly. 1111111t.tJ .V# .any_ _ Florida. build it. ThU IB to certlfth.t 1 have and lined think Dr Its Pierce'sGolden the
will
Vrooman Medical Discovery
1 L the slow wlttPd yet gallap.t l'-.. DE LAND. FLORIDA. I Mrs. Finney and Mrs. float drove to tractor irrandeat medicine in the world." writes .
had been his chum at Co -. I I The pastors! of the several churches DeLand Monday, shopping: awl callingon A carload material has been received V. M Younff.. of Weir. We.t Va "I

I'i or tbnt sen.lcontoum F. FOUBES, I'll. n.UIEu'r ,J. FAKRAII, LI. B., of the city are planning to observe I Irlends. for H. K. Walts' cottage/ to be I' down nick and.tx:he month me ago medicine and called hut in I

bad I,np\i I ----AI I i I the first Monday In January, as suggested arrived Monday evening from New avenue. It Is said form. I decided to try vour' medicine and .
a" and Washington I used five; bottle two of
improve
by the Evangelical: Alliance. Paris, Iiid. They are mopping! with to ,
and three of
',: Winter Term: Commences Monday, january 4, 1904 I I -- \1r. Lukins and daughter' until they this will be one of the prettiest cot. vorite Golden Prescription.Medical Discovery' and now I om doing .
I _....-. THAT THROBB7NG HEADACHE tint! a cottage/ for keeping house. taKes in town when completed. own homework' A number :my lady friends I
......... D'. Pierce'a medicine and the,
:%11' and Mrs. Paul had word Monday] also are usinx )
"- John 15. Stetson I I Would quickly leave if mc.dDr. recommend it hixhly. May God bless and
Jr The Law Department of you you
:. p TWO YEARS' COV'KSE- of sickness" In the home where '
I they in grand work."
University ulvea a Two Years' Course, leading; to the De- King's New Life Pills. Thousands had) Ictt their daughter and they left Regular services:!! are held in the M. prosper you your '
of
j
To gain knowledge your own bodyin
i B. of sufferers have proved their match for New York 'rutsday.Ve: all regret E. church South. every Sunday mornIng .
sickness and health-send for the 1
ADMITS'TO TilER'fhe Diploma of the Law Department less merit for Sick and Nervous Head :
DEGREE their having to leave so 'soon. and evening, at 11 and 7:30: o'clock. People's Coniniou Sense Medical A,}?'
...
: .. admits to the Bar. make blood and
13. Stetson University aches. They
.. of John pure made friends
They during their 10 Junior
." Course. In Florida many / Sunday school at a.m ; ]I viser. A book of 1008 pages. Se//(
1'RACTIfK Special build health.
r' FLORIDA I'LEAIUXU AM of the up your Only 25 rents short stay here. League at 3 p.m.; Senior League at ai cents in stamps for pspercoveryor '
r and Practice under a prominent member back If not cured. Sold by W We cold
Pleading money are having weather here, 0iO.:: and prayer meeting every Wednesday 31 stamps for cloth-bound
: -. I _, Florida Bar will extend throughout/( the school year. U A. Allen and Geo. W Fisher, drug and a /(OJldeal\ of it. lo'rltnd'rlle evening/ at 730.: Visitors always !-i Address Or. R. V. Pierce, 663 'I'
Uf TilE LIBRARY--The Law Library of John U. Stetson! Lniverslty:!! from gauClalreVIt.. that if
.; gists. one welcome.: Street, Buffalo, N. V. r''
.. .11'1 the hp..t in Florida with possibly one exception.

.. .; ,l.,;:.. For bnforinhutlon ALBERT; ;* rI'n J.;;Iu FARRAH J.IIW riupftrtrneuIt.vr LL. B.. D"lo1r..N,...LAW. D...,... D.L.NO, FLA. I I

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school children all who !
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pr I'. \: Any ri'lhililu HmoauMT I la enm-i'ly welcomed voL-rl
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f'i Ski Uilnw, In iiirnt "e'aia TMIH tin) fnthuKlusinwltli
nliitli the fountain, pun wim greeted. ,
tossed It"Fill It eciiui.il/ to iiii-nn 1 tliu six\linf of no much Costs $1.00. J

.k ti'fr rico r: tiuiuniKt nnnnjnmc ror>o uiiuiy' people tliatItatiiiltt

.t t' said. "No;; i doiilrS O47Jf/j j Miiimluiply. phpiionu-iinl. Looks as well and works far better than "itny J1.igIJ!
buck ns soon "f T Hut I Iliu m on PU ill U penvn8 not by any mi'niiA ,
pcrfvct un .- dARING straight." 'I e I bet her wiw only foiitfiitinteil), timtcntl of lie- pen on the market. Doesn't -get out' of order, doesn't
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"' awn li>K liHjfiiHfil| ) wIth Tlie uncut I'ollllllllnlcn
seeing all thin x through a \\oil Iii) write liiillirovntly well aa long na I there'
%T '. POWDER his spirit was enlightened. OSKv I win Ink In It, hut "hen that wave out uurbusy by fits and starts. Built simply and well lasts long; \" ;;
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,. man hot to mop, unscrew un Inky cup, Ujperfectly '.
, ..r> l>*ii I'rlvllrvr. hunt around for a tiller cud the pnrtlculiir Ink
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, ': we hAve to make the bit) of H.-PhilaCofrr';" purtli'tilnr pun nod so on through a long
SUBSTITUTE '*. Wllk..ret of '.. Cost to Perfect. Protected PP'iI
.7HEREJSJUQ deipbiaEecord.: *>- '. -J piooewj unno> ni'o. $3,700 by
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., .. I A.II ntoln Pen hero ovcrcomo nil t liU
. ".. -w": ". -. i I bother an1:{ produced a practical writing toolwhluhh't.uiseasytouse $1.00 Brings+ +.ci our
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} L : "! 4. .. .' .J. "--uy"Lr.-.tlflltt8 l 75c. been well d with the tiller needed for tho old pen. ., __ .. .
e5cent- Hall' Charles llIbur.l nothing to unscrew, nothing to --o.-oo.()+ .
family PiUj are the best. l> O.-o--o--o.-o--o.
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-OH parents anc I while bitt Ion that ,
> of nlllnir it simple )oit
4 ; -0+0-0--0-0+0" fant chrUl. ened: ,'' nobody thought of It before are not ENTIIcaip] you.r Horse

.A.NTEjc' church.Mr. 4 merely nprwaary to dtp the pen, prcsa-
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.. It slightly: lift up iii usual and no on writ r1

HIDES HIDES !I. U" Price List subject) to change) Wedu-.. and }\seine ing.I-: *kind.Itscnp..ulty la. no le.s than the bother- As far And CLIP HIM RIGHT


t. Dry Flint Hide's.:..... 12J cts.. lb. vhenMarketchangea. own.term- We feel that we are not over-pralnlnir the the4; for $2-,00

GreenSaltHld.es.,!, i. 7 cts. All other Furs Hides, Old Metals river. QuakeilClty Belf-Fllllnif Fountain Pen whenwe pen as .

*' ge es fcax-: .-f.i. .. ...26 cts. :: Rubbers, etc., In full proportion, Port say that It represents the acme of fountain- -. ifoms:1 We've:
.. 'I'al1ow in Barrels.. .. 6 cts. Oran&Trespass run achievement.notice's ,. ). are evidently X got a
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Furs I m t m*- ._ n___ ... _
V., Tallow in Cakes. .. ... ej ct.. .' Furs I ;-wu, m voiuaia county. .D.-anu j.xew: iviacnme

riU they -iiijdb needed new footlof U to be of theLatest

-'rI for...ft1r- No.o. 2.J' .OtierSkl.I".! Larf and Dark, $0.00 to $9.00) NEWS office!, 'placed over the creek west of town.

'.2.. '-. No.:; *, Coon Skin,, II I*. 15 00 6.j to to 6.00 80'| You Xae,w Wb.t "VENTi"I Wide, thick planks are to be subatl- Improved Pattern.BERRY .
No. 2 II' II .4 tuted for the
o .6 35 to 60 when you take: decaying: loa, over
No. L Mink Skins, .. Chill Ionic It Is not very easy to
twl'U.'fIw.b.t :1.00 to 1.60. because the formula'! la pass.
- ,h1c.tIR'- plalnly..prlr ited on every bottle ebw. -., J. W. log that It Is I Barbervllle this year, so far as I KENTwhich
.4 ... 4 "- WATKINS Brunswick, aa.It. .' simply Iron and Qul- kaow. .

:- {4 f IO+O'i.4 }o+O+O+o+C.fo+o.Kl+o+o+O+o::; ..no nine pay.In 60c.a t uteleta form.. No Cure, I of.Rain mild Saturday nlyht, after a week NEW.SHOP.. OP ,

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1.;t :!:.4 x-A"/, '*,ifSS vrOOO&ypOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW. g 0 Dedication' I Exercises ooooooooooooooooooooooooooI I Consolidated Co. oo g Kicks and Squibs ccoo0o g;! TILE SOAP 'f tfaI Merchandise.( I t tA


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dedication exerlses of Kent auction sale of Jacksonville, has been sent the fol- J. d''bed' House in the City.
ROUNDER m Because it is bar ---
: a larger aliL4;
Hall off In I." ?
passed splendid and Key West ds at clippingfrom the Bar- .
t r style last Saturday night In the clubroom Green Cove Springs Monday was at- tow Courier-Informant. It ia supposed (m other first class! soaps it has beS': ::1'11,? Tarticla. .f.,

In Science Hall. tended by a large number of prospec- tobe description Wauchula, It.if.J\\ ,Tji\InIZ. -'S( _'r.J. .. .

The Kent Club Is literary/ .and debating tive buyers. The lands which con and waa written, Rounder supposes, Three months ago we told you that FsSSr-i: 1N U 1 .?.....r''w. ;J, '

society In the Law Depart sisted of 507,084 acres, were finally in Volapuk: ) inc.. .. ,JtJ

ment of Stetson University, and contains sold at 321.2 cents an acre, and were \Vau chu la Iz a big/ large wurd. lIlt JUST -t .. ::.:.:.:. l S_
some of tbe best oratorical talent bought*jointly by Lawrence McNeill] means to git up and git and keep agittln. '

a in the whole school. The clubs of Savannah and W. 1'''. Coachman of Sltuasbun In the bead end of ---= : : '-jBoulevard., i .. .

,. rooms were very handsomely arranged Jacksonville, first vice-president of DeSoto County so to speak and Iz (.f'.. AS 8'00"n\ ,' "'11", .
and most of the credit for the Consolidated Naval Stores Cow- prosperus, religlua and edukateed 1 J !'I -_ 7'" "'II

their artistic appearance Is due to pany. The total price paid was $165- Hits mane per utes U doin busnes.! (a00I1fii) ""wa )[IS'l; fj n < : .
Mrs. A. J. Farrah." 094.80. With this aal;?, all of the hold- There air accordln to the latest !) ea .

Promptly at eight o'clock President Ings of the former Jacksonville, Tam- 19 and 3 almanec the folloin well established :- "J..1I It

Calmes called the meeting to order pa & Key West Railway\' are disposed bualne&es In, around, over, 1'1' ,- .

and in a few witty and well chosen of. .$ under and about the ally: 1 post otlls, ID ASOTHER' i it ,. }

words told of the origin and history of Tbe sale was made under a fore 1 depow, 3 churches 1 masonic sole IS ;.
Kent Club, and welcomed the visitors, closure sale for the Pennsylvania; bumpln room, 1 bkoul house (fcr white

The next number on tbe programwas Company for Insurance and Granting childrun ) 1 jewil shop, 1 hardware SOAPS n n 43 Q
a BETTEltMay h
a violin duet by Messrs. Heed and Annuities on Lives. tore, 1 milllonare store (fur Itidyu), 1 w

Hoyt, two accomplished musicians, The lands He in seventeen counties, calaboose: : 1 bachelur, 1 saw and rice ili

who rendered a beautiful selection, and contain many valuable lui'pentlnt mill, 1 water making shop, 1 tooth ;S SEVEN BARS FOK A l I AIITEH r)

which was much enjoyed. tracts; 80,000 aces of the land are located plugger 1 mayor, 1 justis(.f the piece,

Mr. Willis followed, by reading a in Volusla county. 1 pill shop 2 yaller Smith shops (wag.on ?t't
not be inducement will
? any to but that extra btlr ;J
poem on the "Florida tbe Lisle Laddie." The least that jointly with Mr. Coachman, r? a naval and. woman.eaten houses, 1 politlker ,r.i come in mighty handy on wash day. Don't overlook the f fact $jJ

can be Bald of this is that it certainly :'.stores! factor of Savannah. Mr. and riter, 1 curlosltee shop, horse i 1 that Ma inolia Soap is a better soap in every:: way.

brought down the house. Coachman represented the Consolidated stables where they higher out horses.,

Then followed an eloquent orationby Naval Stores Company wh. --.*- I ur2 beef and pullet stand), 2 ginerll WHITE FRONIIGROcERYIt t

Mr. J. W. McKinnon, entitled also owns other large" tracts of".rtfr- docturs, 2 turpentine ma kin arrange- ( :

f "Florida." Mr. McKinnon handled pentine land in the State. uieius ur more, and the geneal mer- E
his subject well and had [the rapt at. The sale was one of the largest that chandice stores number 7 and a piece, a. 4.\r ':l ,+t .f ae ;. : 1\

tention of the whole house. bas taken place In a long time.C. 1 musichan (who dont live here any ----.- -- --'

Tben came music by the Stetson s moore), a preacher and some. times UUHLESS SHOOTING.: I :C.:.tyI !E ---'
i .9.r-o.I-'HC'J.. ::-t7d I-t7I-Qti:-ti-CI-1-: tHo-t'oloO-K>+ )+62.0 ot-o-r-o I +cH-O-t i
String Band, which was thoroughly r. F. :Meeting.. more, 1 almainac maker and fertiliser --- j

enjoyed by all and encores called, The annual meeting of the execu- i smellar 1 thunder and lljjlitnenoperataor Bullet from a Revolver daMies! Into eLand( Seal Estate Office.#
which were given later on. 2 singers, 2 chicken steel- ('..".'hlgtUII Ifeddehee.
/ tl board of tbe C. P. F. M. wild be

Then followed Udebate on v heu. Tuesday: afternoon, February 10, ers, 1 gassy busines fur litin ..lorcs,6, About midnight Saturday C. O. 9; -- ---_ -- --------- .-.-..---
subject: "Resolved, That the Uni pakeu houses. fur oranges, 1 hog hunt Codrlngtoti was awakened by two pistol -
I at 2:30: at their school building, but
States is in honor bound to gran'mediate for valid reasons will be postponed. to er and kat flsh Watcher, 2 notary re- shots: and the noise of a bullet s;. :: :o'usos For: Fent

independence to the J 'i- Wednesday at the same hour anfP.. ublicks, 3 papers that puplish nuns striking his bou e. The next morning _
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The affirmative when they can borrow hit from each
nos. wase : it was discovered that the bullet
place. The purpose of this meeting
set ed by P. Carter and i xjett is to elect officers, to make an amen uther, 2 lawyear and real estate. man, had come from the direction of :Mis.rawnt'i's City Lots, Residences
Wilson, and the negative by N. G. and slch like and so fourth. residence and had Q
!slating to the signing of meinuers' gone and Unimproved /f
VanSant and J4 Hall Brumlle,)'. Mr "names, the electing of an auditor The people as to morality air either through; the clapboardlnjrnnd knocked. ?9 Property. fjj /

Carter opened the delate with an elo' and the transaction of any business chriatuns. ur sinners, in either kale ort a piece of plastering 12 inches. long k
quent and able address and was i jl- up to the standard. We mite ad jilt and 2 indies wide In the sitting room. f 5
that may legally come before the PropErly of Non-Residents Cared d For and Taxes Pail
lowed by Mr. VanSant!: in a clear-cut, meeting. The membership fee is due here that all bave soinethin :2! do and The bullet was front a 32 or 33 calibre ::
logical argument for the negative they do bit. In ulher wurds all havea icvolver.,
and will be accepted that day, If not
Messrs. Wilson and Brumsey followed, before. A full meeting is desired as profsshun. but 2 men which i U buys This revolver was tired by one of 4 t Land sold for Taxes; redeemed. !
each of whom made able speeches for thair if. boxes 2
It is our moat Important meeting! for profeashun to set on two young; men riding bicycles. and
the/ respective sides Mr. Carter the year. Any who have not been keep peeple from coin bow sorro the coming into town. J lam "W"-tla2ell
closed tl debatt with a llve-Ir Ue clawth wuz that made the Beet of There U entirely too much of this i i
with, us before and would like to come, Abstract Office, between Post Office and Dank.
rebuttal; ,Nvlll be made most welcome at our their pants. S eVell! tell them to reckless shooting. and Il should. be
The judges, Dr. J. F. Forbes, Prof.C. meeting. GRACE G. HAYS, git up and u can. nOl1-D; : stopped at oriue.: (>!-PI-0-K>:-O-!<>r<>--CK: !-0-!-(')I<"MOroO l I
D. Landis and Prof. E. O. Baldwin --. .
Cor. Sec. On Sunday night/: a dozen or more ----- -=------ --.-- ---------- --.- ..-.- -- --,----,
rendered the decision two for the af 7' NAME MAY BE ('IL\ (UED. shots were tired\ near :Minnesota ave t t''
Crmatlve and one for the negative! 1!\j ... nueaud the Boulevard.
W/ .. W1NS to the University. Trustees of Tlitt University May Do This early every I -.O.O.O.{>.&'O O.9*0.0'0O'o.o.'O.oo'O.o'O.ooI O {} O.. "
beautiful solo Mr.
A guitar by
at ext Meeting.It night\ there in pistol tiring about
E. Beardsley closed .the programmeand Besides tbe generous gifts to the to\vn. A murder will be committed, i Finest! t tI ,'' r
the audience dispersed, each vot- institution bearing/ his name made by Is stated on good authority that and someone, will serve in thc penitentiary I | Razors andI
the name of John B. Stetson University Selection
ing the program" a great success and John P Stetson! in the past, the foiling if this is not stopped at I '
la to be changed, and that an advertisement
the Kent Club the:! finest organization named persons! have given! the once.
it in t.CUniversity. amounts !set opposite their respectivenames will soon be published. an- The<< last legislature\ passed a moot I: I Pocket} I Knives Ever Displayed i :
nouncing an Intention to apply to the
: stringent anti-pistol totin? law, but it i in J .I
Volusia
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legislature at its next session for

V., T. Sampson .$90,000 appears to have little or no effect In I c) ;
OS TEE If. special legislation to that end. This .
Friend.70,000H. baling the bad practice Carrying: I | SnamelwareI 9 ti ,
Special Correspondence.
action has been contemplated since
.
A. DeLand. .>,000 pistols. ,
Osteen, Feb. 2.-T. J. Shaves madea City of DeLand . . .. . ..15.000Am. the September meeting! of the trus C.\NCER : I atMCDONALD'S .
tees. The new name has. not yet CUREDMi I tinware )
a flying/ trip to our town last Sunday, Education .
Bapt. Society. .10,000 been announced. : VV. Piiiketl. Sin ilhlielJ, I III,
a from Eau Gallie. Fla. State Convention .. Ot.0 ,
Bapt. 10. votes, Sept 10, tOOl : "I had been m-
Miss. Lois Chandler of DeLand Is T.Search . .. . .. . .5,000 'f/MPORh, lering. several years with a cancer on
staying with Mr and Mrs. J. A. Pat Win. F Fray" . . .. . .. .5,000 / lilY face \\lnoh gave me great annoy- ,.t Gook Stoves HARD VARE//

tlllo. |,? Byron E. Huntley .. .. .. .. .5,000 Special! \ Coneapondence. lace and unbearable itching 1 uas: and
The ladles of Osteen organized a Ziba ..5.000A. Emporia, February 3, 1UOJ; .-We are u".ing Billard'hnovv" Liniment for a ,

society recently for the purpose of l D. McBride .. . .. _. .3,500 having some line Florida wtathel'now, rubbed sore kg some. and of through the liniment an accident OU the I : i Heaters

o. raising money to have the cemetery Mrs.: Nettle Walker . .. .. :3,000 Mrs. William Howard of Willam- cancer and as it give me almost instant I STORE &

fenced and other improvements about :Miss! Burlingame/ . . . .2,500 port, Pa., arrived here Wednesdaywith relief I decided to continue to i,. .
our little town. They are to give a H. Cumraings .. ... . . 2,000 her neice. use the liniment on tile cancel In a cr: -00.0- ooo..o..ooo000.00.00.0.000.0.0
small entertainment and oyster sup Mrs. Felt and Miss short time the cancer came out my --- .. Mks
The Hires estate . . .. .. .. 2,000 Floyd Carry Pye -- --- --
per on next Saturday night. It Is Mr. ..1,000J. spent Monday evening with friends In face healed up and there I* nut the
friends In slightest scar leit I have implicit faith
hoped that all their con Pierson.
Turner.
in the mints ol this preparation, and it
r 'vententdietance will be present- at Mrs. H. II. Hewitt.500 IlliPIt Is to be hoped that our new merchant cannot lie too highly I recommended"

that time. H. B. .500And and clerk of Plerson, In keeping Die, soc and $1 t.ou. For sale b>' all diug PLAYING WITH FIRE "1 '
J. P. Pharr returned last Saturday many others, smaller sums.! bach: will not overload their stomachs gi.t s. 2.
4 from Indian River (Snlloh) where he 4' by eating too much Pye. -----. ..--- rnd.iujfi.ri both the home and !person -
has been to the' and More M ood. line may ini-c-t, with I a seriousHCtiiUnt G1 e,
see orange /groves The young people of this place attended -
Grants Franchise. vhilt I i \!",';iuijr| from or ty
fro duck shooting. He Is favorably Daytona the negro church at Eldrldge Shl.lbln3Jo.(: .) Torchlight: The attempting to sate nomcthlng in s
tin impressed with the prospect and con- The victory for those wbo want the Sunday afternoon. The preacher wasa Parts Appeal announces! that next a burning) |K>USL-.

templates investing In a grove. electric road is decisive Thevote woman. year that it will receive no wood on \\'hnut. lit safe. from p.>.'lInla ry

Mrs. A. T. Pattlllo has bP"n uite stood as f
y'-s, disabled for several wt y" i a For electric'rouu ..ranchUe .78Agalr. Beers were calling on friends In the The trouble with the average wood FIRE AND ACCIDENT tlfSUiJAjVCE

large carbuncle on her hands 'Neare :! .' .electric road franchise.. .26 southern end of town last week. subscriber," says the Appeal( "is that

sorry to know it still givesinuch '/ BO lIlel!' 1-' yx':.sast .15 Mr. Floyd and Mr. Jeff Davis were he never brings the wood as long as

$_' pain and annoyance. Th'';;. .,,:? of DeLand and Daytona In Pierson Tuesday evening on business. he can do anything else, and when he and the loss will fall those

I' Mrs. Cade, of near DeLand, is helping having spoken, It is now up to Mr. does show up it Is with about a shirttail beat able to ray it, Tin upon. (' .
'' r Mrs. Pattillo until her hand Is. ,nd his associates the electric -_ ompanle ,
r#' f ,. ?, full of poles green and disreputable i tte represent settle all dallJlil
:t better. road enterprise to begin initiatory Mayor Suspends Marshal. enough'! to extinguish the fires in promptly) and are very llh,'ral in f'r'issr- 1

p! "ct -a. apeps. Let ua hope that by another Mayor Hesse suspended Marshal J. the furnace of hades." their treatment nf [poit'y') hoKlers "
season we shall have theadvantageof SILAS B. WRIGHT Demand Fla.
,
The farmers of Columbia county F. Con Wednesday for neglect of
have 100,000 pounds of bacon In cold.' a street railway and quick connection duty, and appointed John Baxter to WEAK AND LOW-SPIRITED

storage at Lake City During the with the county seat.-GazetteNews. fill the place until the meeting of the Hi
Thus Describes '
A Correspondent -
2 put year.several million pounds of _,._--- council next Tuesday night.-New Experience."I -- --

bacon have been cured In old storage Smyrna Brceze.Tampa: Herbineas
strongly recommend
off Cold
the d Work the can
8t Cough
lo thlxatate!" and another year will Laxative<. s Bromo I Quinine Tablets curea -. a medicine of runaikable: efficacy O.'O..a..a.o.o.o.o..o.a.-ao....o o.o.O''O.O.o"O.O"o"a o"O

t witness', large increase In the ln We Will Add
try. Price, 25 cents. strike about three weeks ago In a taste in the mouth palpitation head i .!li:
o' I body, are still out. Their places have ache, drowsiness after meals with distressing ...
been tilled with "scab" labor. mental depressions and low

i F04 PLO! Oil 0 i I spirits. Herbine must be a unique $25.00
There more Catarrh In this Motion of the preparation for cases such as mine fora rr
.. --..:: JSrTEI: :> ----! country than all other dleonaes put togother. few doses entirely removed my: com-
J -- and until the last few" yean wu supposed to
be Incurable. For a prent many years doctor plaint. I wonder at people going on r
tar Price List subject to change :
HIDES I HIDES I i a w'anease .and prescribed their on
suffering or spending money
'
;X I. when Market changes. cure fOO'LI..medlee.' with local and treatment; by constantly, pronounced falling It lu-10 worthless things. when Herbine is pro to the appearance of your horse ,

G: Dry Flint Hides. ..... 121 ct!!. I,?. All other Furs. Hides,Old Metal ourable. Science1!l bee proven catarrh to be a curable and so cheap." soc. a bottle at
:.. 4.: 9 Green Salt Hides.. 7 cts. in full constitutional UMeiuse and therefore requiresconstitutional a.
Rubbers, etc. proportion, i all druggists. t
treatment. Hall' CatarrhCure ; I I. if will let CLIP HIM.
jt \ < > Be "swaj|" ,,,,,, ,,,,, 26 cta| I manufactured by 1'. J. Cheney oil: <'0* s you us
sti ; Tallow:; n Barrels.., 6 cts. Furs I Furs 1 I' .ToledoOhlo} ll the only constitutional, cure _
,. 9 Tallo.,,In Cakes. ,..., 6* cts. "' ,on the market. It la taken Internally In doses Reward offered. See Ryland andSparkman's
:
From 10 to tetupoonf It aut.directly -
drop a ad. j I, Costs only 82.00.BERRY .
: ,- No. 1, Otter Skins, Large and Dark, $6'OO'to $9.00fNo. on the blood and mucous surfaces" of the you ,
'r. ill' ,. 2, ."II''!- ." ,&:I I 5 00 to 6.00 any yttem.caae It They falls offer to cure.one hundred Bend for dollar circular for He's after you. Read Alcott'a- 'ad.
t No.'1, Coon klna., "XV 105 to 80 and testimonials. J. F. Allen & Co'sad. should 'inter
t "" No.2-' ( II II "il. 35 to .60 Address F.J. CHENEY CO.,Toledo,O. est tbla week .- &, KENT
"r Bold by ,
Urug-g-laU
l i; '1.00 4NEW
to 1.00 tethebest.Reeve
NotlMlnkSkUi. Hall'*Family nil* ,
'- in his ad.
Price iJesr Fudgertells why .
Write to.r full OPe COURT HOlJ 8E.
s''__ r 1" J. W. WATKINS, Brunswick O.; : has a new ad. this week. $:?) for 2. See what Berry &: Kent. SHOP.. ..

'? M hod l'0: 'Bigelow's' new-- ad.. Is, Interesting U1. in their ad.'t'. 00..O o'IM11. .

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i .111 : THE state press:, in taking up any Orange City, February, 1903.-Mr. ney James E. A.le3 ., ,,
'creek west of town have been re- that Judge Isaac Stewart M. Weldon came over from Smyrna ernment steamer is atwater ,,;; ,

11 1 ': lank crossing. The planks are wide and should say regarding/ his recent experiences Wednesday to do some carpenterwork hyacinths near Osteen, an ,., 1'

'I, +I Jw for pedestrians to pet across. In Tampa, should bear in for Mls M. Dickinson;he will be he has already lost five beef Bteen a '' x

/ Strain Aft 'lIS no exPress office at Barbervllle, but the railigent mind the last thing he said. here about a week. many more are sick. The cattlemen '

';,,;} -. ""v* I "' can send oft packages; If necessary by deliver. I Those who desire to quote him on Edwin French has sold '700 budded in that section are driving- their[ stock '2//; n
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v I ;: them to the express agent on the road. He can re- the incident having been a political orange trees to R. A. Roberts of Arcadia Into the flatwooda to states save them.that there Theengtneerin

; DOC celve packages also If they are prepaid.Mrs. one, should read carefully) Judge That looks ae though there is IB nothing poisonous charge the fluid used

I Carlile will probably move to Jacksonville, where Stewart's' answer to Solicitor Simon. confidence In the orange culture yet on the hyacinths-but It does not fall

'V some of her relatives reside. ton, under oath, which[ is pointedthus In Florida. to get in its deadly work on stock

Tbe Baptist church is still without a pastor. : Mills parrle Berry entertained a wherever used.'r

014fCLUSIVE Air. Barber made a trip to Seville last Saturday evening Q. Do I understand, Judge Stewart few frlenda. Thursday evening-[ at -- J:

fi to see his[ brotherinlaw[ Mr. Morrison, who was sick: that you, a judicial officer: of the cards. :Notice of Attachment.la ,,;{
k state, have been engaged In a transaction Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit, ,
The festive drummer strikes the village quite frequently !! Mrs. lecture
t Bailey's temperance of Volusla,State of Florida.
which Is, In Itself, criminal, County "
.
i and your declining to answer the foregoing Thursday evening was quite a success James E. Alexander)
Mrs. Laura. S.VloeProsfitent 4 YS'lll5' !! Mr. J. D. Heacock goes on his weekly rounds through / question is honestly, and In There was a very good audience and J. A.8el..l..t.VB. }I 2,5PO.' '..\\.
.' the country buying fresh for the Daytona market. good faith made on the ground that .
Wo.+ ; up eggs; the lecture was an exceedingly Interesting r 'HE: flefeiidunt J. A. Scarlett,la hereby no- .,',
erstleClaM u[\< One woman near Emporia sold him 20 dozen last week. the answer to them would tend to but the who I I tlflHtl tltnt suit by attitnbment hal hero .
with criminal offense! one; as usual ones los'ttuled' uffHlnBt him on the following deM8wUlor J
l charge you a
dreadedlhe Amusement The hens are doing better than for the two or three .. .
wu past A. I decline to answer the question needed to hear it most were absent. '" \'lx.1. .
'";, or Car ruu..piV' months. The price( of eggs/ has dropped to 20 cents. on the same grounds, sir. Mr. and Mrs. George Pbilbrlck: ofSkowhegan containing theewl forty "4otBroa.T1a8RaaR ro. flay' and thx. 1-8 of, .] .
There i III some good truck land near Barbervllle.LUNQREN. When the people realize what JudgeStewart Me., arrived Thursday. ''hoJ'; iiw 1-4 of !leo 6, T> 17 P R 30 B, oon- "
Volusla 'N I.Flondll. I.
tti /ree to All was up against generally, They are friends of Mrs. Clark: of -
Nnw unless. shall to the notion
Farmers have begun to plow their land for corn plant they will regard him and the incident Maine. They are all stopping- the the first Monday you in May nppenr, A. D. 1003. judu a .Ion

ing. ae closed.-Tampa Times, Saturday. Bolo for the winter. moot by default; will be taken awalnBt: you.
Every Afternoon and Evening Witness my band and the coal of Bald t Court :
Oat patches in the neighborhood are looking fresh and Stuart'e pyrotechnic utterances in Mrs. Fred Finney gave a card party thisfatbd'xyof February A.D.lAOA. '

= The Limit oF Human Venture green. Tampa have given the dirty Jacksonville Thursday evening; 1"1"111 Circuit' Court Volualft SAM'I, D.County JOHOAW,F,8. .',.

Plenty of hogs running in the woods and Tampa papers the. opinionthat Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Squires of New Pope& Pope Attorneys mid U.for M.Complainant.Bennett/ .:;;J

'' Last Sunday was the regular day for services in tbe they have the right to say any York are visiting- Miss M. Dickinson. -- .

DANA I THOMPSON Baptist church at Emporia Several persons from Lun old vulgar thing they wish about I>e- Major King-man/ took Mrs. John :Notice of Flrat Meetlnc of Creditor .-- .4,'

gren attended, as usual. The church generally has fair Land's University, and they are tali- White's boarders to Enterprise and In tbe District Court of tbe United States for .:,,"

congregations, and the singingled by Mrs. Felt, is good. advantage of this opportunity to Green Spring Friday. They took dinner [ the Southern District of Florida. -InBankruptcy. :-
'
The World's Greatest Somersault Mr. Felt of Emporia has been shipping his orange vent their spleen No decent newspaper at the Brock house. They spentan In the Mailer. of ," -:

crops right along during/ the winter. Hia: groves are !in in the state ie copying their exceedingly pleasant day.V. UrlxnaoTDe Bm-loln, I *.

HICH DIVER I splendid condition. obscene articles, and few respectable I. A. Social circle was held at Ilankrupt.. _.;.
To IlieCrpilltors of Orlando< T Deti. Hertola, ;.,
I Cowpening preparatory to putting in the crops, will families allow these: two papers to be their room in Library Hall on Friday ot DeLimd. In tbe County: ot Volusla .....

Turning a complete Somersault from a now be in order. February commences the busy season taken into their homes-so the dam- afternoon. District aroieealil.. Bankrupt ."J
In hereby fl ven that on the 4th day 1
tower 90 feet high into a tank of water with the farmer. age is infinitesimal. Mr. and Mrs. Fenn of Shelton, NOTICE ,A.D. 1fNn,too raid Orlando .
The monthly-Life and Health-published at I.ungren, Conn., arrived Friday noon. They are T. Do. O. Uoitola WHS duty; adjudicated bankrupt -.'!,
four feet deep]) Acknowledged l by both SITES ; und that the ilrst inuetlnjf or his crrilit- !
will change from a magazine to a newspaper form next FORBES STETSON. boarding- with Mrs. John White for a or will b" held al th. offlue ot thu Cli-rk of
;, press soil public' to be the most sensational HiiliI Court In the City; ot .1 Jacksonville. Duvnt '1''
month. week:; then go to keeping house in I'minty. Vlorldii, in said Dl trlcton tboHibitny '
act ever witnessed. Miss Della Turner received a valuable present last Sat Damages Claimed "to the Amount of1jC2OOOO1'he F. Ireland's cottage. Mr. Frank Tay I the forenoon;of: ,February, at,vrlilen A D. 11X13 time,at th inn" raid o'clock creditors In- _;:.,

,- urday-a new organ just from the manufactory in New ; Papers Served. lor will move Into the house he bought: may attend, prove their claims appoint a '.
truHitfi'' examine the and tranRttctHUfhoiber ,
bankrupt
THE I MIDWAY Jersey. It was a present from her father and mother Dr. John F. Forbes, through hU attorneys of Mrs. William Taylor. She will I* IjuHliioes HS may properly couittbvfurv _"

Mr. C. H. Curtis of Bluffton invited Miss Nellie Furen, -Major Alexander St. Clair- vacate that Wednesday and go to her said m. sting OKOROK ...-

Is Open from 10:30 a. m. the Lungren school teacher, to take a ride with him to I Abrams and A. W Cockerel: & Son, "cottage by the sea." Recr la Bankruytey.'r,,
.
February Cth,la'xt.WATCHES
DeLand last Saturday. Miss Furen was formerly a student of Jacksonvllle-r-has brought/ suit Mrs Haxton and son, who have been .
Presents Entertainment
an Etheopian
The Old with of Stetson University. They returned Sunday. against Mr. .John B. Stetson for libel boarding with Mrs. Berry at Nor -
replete comedy, pathosand
Winter gardens have been almost a failure this season. and slander, claiming damages: In the wood Villa for the past two months, ':I"
music, A superb minstrel[ tirst Y
Good spring gardens are hoped for. sum of $250,000.:; The rumors or charges went up to Mre. John White's Pal- .,j
part, Is presented. Buck and
Plantation t Jubilee Mr. Higgins of Volusla has in quite a crop of English against Dr. Forbes will therefore be meto Cottage on Saturday for the remainder
Wing Dancing, Singing,
peas this season. His winter crop was killed by the freeze judicially investigated and decidedby of the winter, as their roomsat .
Character Sket
BanjoYlaping, --1.
the ]latter part of December. a jury of twelve. Mrs. Berry's were engaged to other
ches, genuine new-time and old-time ,
Theatre Cake Walk- You need have no fear Adjacent to Lungren [is one of the best cattle ranges The charges have already been investigated parties for the first of February.

in the state. and a unanimous verdict Mrs. Wm. Taylor made a business rWATCHES ._
about bringing your wife and children
The wharf at Bluffton is being; repaired. The Jacksonville rendered in favor of Dr. Forbes by a trip to DeLand Monday. She has sold

,k Bright, Clean: ZMIoretl I [ steamer, City of Jacksonville, lands there three most intelligent, Impartial jury of her lot over there to Mr. Moore, who
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,' -Dnte Amusements times. a week to take on fish from the Lake Dexter fisher twenty-one members. has one joining( it. !

:::J:......"-t.XJ.... : :: f 3"t"t'fz.*> The Mysterious Flying ies. The fishermen are doing fairly well with "bottom The doctor has been urged by his Judge Bailey went over to Casea- j
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1 Lady Wonderful to be fish," but shad are not running; very well yet. friends to take this course for several daga Saturday to attend the openingof

hold. She flies thro'the air to the top of the pavilion. The health of the community seems to be good. months, but refused to do eo out of the camp meeting Sunday. He '

The fiber factory at Bluffton has not been run for the respect to his former intimate rela- says there was a big crowd there. i a R; ,

past year or so. tions with Mr. Stetson. Dr. Forbes Mr, Clifford Harris came up again .. '

i DJ./I/ THOMPSONCARHTVALGO Nothing being done at the shell mound thin winter. brings the suit now only after the re Tuesday to visit Mr. Baldrldge'a fam ]have a Fine .:

The free rural mail route has not been established yet. peated urging of his friends and to ily.Our WE

The petition was numerously signed on this side of the protect his own rood name and that Euchre club met Tuesday evening and meet

river over a month ago, and it was sent over across the of hie most estimable family. -. There were forty-nine members I .

river to the Atlantic Lumber Company to be signed, but present. Mrs. Fenn won the ladies' any conipetitioiinot< .\

for some unaccountable reason they are delaying It. The COl'STY SCHOOL BOARD. first prize and Mrs. St.Jobn, who took | I

Comes with New People who produce New Acts and :Host petition[ should have been sent to Washington over a the part of a gentleman, won gentle excepting catalogue: !

Startling Features. Will exhibit month ago. OBSERVER. Only Short Session! and Nothing But men's first prize. :Mrs.! McCormlck

Routine Business Attended To. and Fred Graham got the consolations. prices. rS/:
Five and Five
Days
Nights PORT OI1 Nr.E. The County School Board met Mon Our own guarantee j

Special Correspondence. day, February 2, at 7:30: p. m.; present Mr. James Walden and sister, Mrs. t

FEB-10 TO 14 The Hon. Chas. Dougherty, "Our Charley" as he used Chairman Chandler, Mr. Causey and Hovey, left Wednesday noon for Ml amounts to some- :
Mr. ami and Nassau for short time.
Knappe. a
orada
to be called, has returned to hie old headquarters after an '
Minutes previous meeting read Six of Mrs. John White's boarders thing.as we are hereto
absence of six years. He has many friends here who received [

, Remember the Dates, and See him gladly. He is the same old happy go lucky and approved.The left Palmetto Cotta Wednesday back it [
for Palm Beach to be fora up. ,
superintendent was (instructed noon away
fellow full of fun and hunting. Saturday he went downto ,
v to engage a teacher to take chargeof short: time.
SAMPSONThe New Smyrna to /greet his old friends there.
the work of the Teachers Association Ella F. Buahnal and Sue E. Bushnal 7
Mrs. C. Meeker and Miss Annie George went to De- In
Holiday let
which meets in DeLand February of Unlontown, Pa., and Mrs. L. B. 0'- your thoughts .
Land on Wednesday and returned on Friday by steamerto them revert: toIV.
10> and 'M. Conner of New Jersey :are at the Freeman
Largest African Boa Constrictor in the Daytona as the East Coast trains were not on time.

1! 'r world, and alive. A study in natural history The card party had a jolly time as usual on Tuesday to The order superintendent forty single was desks instructed for the The House Ladies this Aid week.Society gave a New A. Allen A Co., j

., ;, Measures 27 feet in length and weighs I evening.; Daytona school.A Englanii supper at the residence of As they are well prepared to
I The dancing club the of Dr. Hill took meet all
enjoyed pleasure the terpsichorean Tuesday evening. They problems!
over 300 lbs. A scientific and educational I art on Friday evening. communication was received in something over $10. rfas'Everystatement we make ,

exhibit for men, women and children. Don't The ladies assembled in the social hall on Wednesdayto from the trustees of the Pierson also guaranteed

+ fail to see Sampson. make preparations for their[ bazaar entertainment. school, and was referred to the superintendent Military tfounty Land Warrant, W
And ScUders' Additional Homestead A. ALLEN & CO.
with
.1sx' power to act. .
+ ,,, Capt. Young and wife made us a call on Saturday.
The Claim If you have one send particulars rt
treasurer's books I
' They drove down from Seabreeze In their carriage. were presented to R. K. Kelly, Baird Building ,

The Little' World' Rev. Arnold is with us now every Sunday much to the audited and found correct, and Kansas City, Missouri, and see what .'

gratification of hie hearers. His chnrcb was well attended old warrants cancelled. Ee will give you for it. .** .
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Current bills ,
were approved and
'w last Sunday, notwithstanding that the Methodist minister
+' Interesting,Instructive and Ednrntlonal Jlechnnlcal Exhib from Daytona preached at tile hour down warrants drawn In payment thereof.
ition. IandredaofJfevhnnleulllguresatwork,111uetratlug same town. At1A itftligtAtiltfAstti49'" JH'IIHAit'ASgiit' i< itilfilhiirYiNi: :Ji1n' 11.1Jr..t.'r.Jr.Jr.Jr.1iIA'lJr.( oJtIJr.O' iVPIAt31Wi'ICAr,1
t the work, pleasnre and sight to l he seen only by a trip Mrs. Throve from Newport, K. I., wbo has been boarding "" 'C.E 01"Ir al. KO1..MAN, rormc-rlyof, Dutand but uow ,f
here for time left Coujfressniau; Davis Married. Orange ulty, tins opened aFl1nN'lt' 'y
k f. round the world. Iris wonderful piece of mechanical some on Monday to board at the
,., Ingenuity. Palms in Daytona. Ae she wants to see some of our East Washington, Feb. 4.-Col. RobertW. > : >v r l1ItE> FURNITURE AND HARDWARE STORK *

/ I Coast cities before returning home she will visit Palatkaand Davie, Congressman from Florida, AND on Btorn.Graves avenue,la what IB known a*the Durrnll;

The Hall of erie )I 'stcrJes St. Augustine.. was married at 10:30: o'clock today to He I It now prepared to nil all onion In Ala line,j[ r

/J Mys Black Atf? Miss Nellie L. Keating, an attractiveand HA.RDWA.RB 1 and Volusla will county.Hell CHEAPER than any other bouae /In f ...Ite7tg
'lEI/SON.
' f Special Correspondence. charming young lady of this city. 8 TOIlE t:t Please cull and inspect Ale Stock. r .;

The Efecfnc' ; Mrs. Albert Turner and baby were from The ceremony was attended by Senators ;IE'.FS6'ttJf1A 149FfBGiSiifiS itsiSi4ii.ii4i'1 ; ALiSA1AL3'' I,tilRtltAiFHn (,;:'I<;i?
:.' Theafre up Lungren Mallory and Taliaferro and Congressman ,
visiting friends last Thursday.Mr. .
Sparkman. Besides these a o oww..
" The R. S. Smith and daughter MM. Ral who a-wo' owww o o
; embodiment of all its name implies-- have few Intimate friends were present.
Funeral been spending a few days here, returned to their home in
of President McKinley; Battles of Immediately after the ceremony the THE -
Florence S. C.
the late Wars; the Volcano and its happy pair left for New'York on a
deadly Miss Ida Peterson of this place went to DeLand Satur {
x r work in the destruction of the City of St. honeymoon trip. They will return to
day.Mr. Washington on Saturday, and take NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
T *' Pierre, the eruption of Mt. Pelee. and Mrs. Felt of Emporia were pleasant visitors quarters at one of the hotels there.up Y
rAt r here the first of the week.
The couple received handsome
See OSCO.And his den of Poisonous Rep Mrs. Gunter went to DeLand last Tuesday on business presents. many DE LAND, P FLORIDA. .._
+ q tiles.|] Makes his home with The young people of this place had a nice time boat. tiwi

them and tate them alive. The Strangest Befog Born to riding last Sunday afternoon on Lake Ellen. t

t tr Lire. Something you may never hare chance to see ag-aln Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beers and son Leonard were up last Rheumatism DeLAND'S LEADING LOCAL PAPER.
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Monday: from Emporia.
Is a rack on which need not suffer
IS. Esquimaux Village, Mr. and Mrs Hagstrom drove to DeLand last Tuesday long. you 'One Dollar Per Annum ,

to visit their daughter Lagetta, and friends. It depends on an acid condition of ,
A feature of the Pan American Exposition, showing their Mrs. Howard, Mr Mueanla and Miss Ada Hockley of the blood, which affects the muscles ,Single Copies Flie Cents 0Adiertlsing A
a: mode of Living Games Sleds Curios Dances Marffage and joints, inflammation and
causes
'. Dogs, Williamsport, Pa., are backagaln at their Emporia home.A .
pain and result from defective .
digestion Fates Reasonable
Ceremony. Interesting lecture at each performance
number of folk of .
,\ young Emporia enjoyed a pleas.ant and a torpid action of the liver,

moonlight ride up to Pieraon Monday night. kidneys and skin

W .t Patronize the Firemen' Mr. D. George and sister, !Mrs. Purdom, and Mr. and Sciatica/fit lumbago' and stiff"" neck are BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. ,
forms of _
.! i:: ,... Ooia.xi.tX3r: Store Mrs. Moody of Lungren and Emporia were. in town shop.ping "Hood's Sarsapajllla has cured"me of
'f''r'"rt !' last Tuesday. rhcumatlnm. I was go I could not lift any
i 'Wl&ere. you will find on sale everything from a Shoestring thing and my knees were BO stlft I could Letter and Bill Heads,
'ffy to a first-class Horse und Buggy; hardly vet up or dawn< stairs. Since taking/ Envelopes, Statements, ;
: A Missouri legislator blew out the gas'on retiring and three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I have Engraved and Printed Cards, ,
: told the hotel clerk who came in search of the leak: that never felt a symptom of rheumatism, andI Engraving1 and Color Printing-,

\f"' :HOUSE he reckoned a nlggah must a' step in that stall the night I gladly" MBS.recommend Harris Hood's for tbls dis Programs! Menus Invitations,
FflIR ease. TUBHKB, Bolivar. Mo.Hood's .
:: ,, TR/IDINB/ befo'. Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils ,
and
Sarsaparilla Large Small Posters, Handbills, Stickers,

"'?,{.Taies place on .Tbur da :<, Prize of fine Saddle and Bridle There are twenty-seven lawyers'In the Senate of Ala and Pills AdrvrtislcK: Novelties Fans, Calendar,
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'reD to person: making greatest number, of trades. ,. Newspapers Printed in Whole or.la art.
bama out of a total of thirty-five members. .That accounts Neutralize tbe acidity of the 1>blood k .. i .. ; 'IJ /
for the disposition to argue everything' that cornea r' perfect.dige( tibn andv'excreilon: ; ,' *ad ': i"

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miles south of own their own boats may leave them In chargeor / .
prf the i Jacksonville Tamest the keeper for a sraull monthly or yourly To Morph '.. "

.. division of the Atlantic fee. The several' lakes of tho club are being

''p "' ; The town proper Is five miles cast connected by the dIgging of canals; fifteen Doctor's 'LEAD ING ;

I ," .- ""'" ue !St. Johns River, on the )high rolling miles of Inko chore will fluully acquired. I L.u. a :
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I :. '-1 ine lands of the treat "onuigo/ ridge'' of Flor NEAR-BY ATTRACTIONS. V
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j4 ( ida. It Is easily accessible from Jacksonville lIablt'Yorse Than '
Oolnv met thirty miles -those who desire. a
'j'i' by rail over the A.C.line being a ride through elmntce of air and scene cspocliilly In the summer -
the Disease.
tlJ .., many small towns plnvy. woods and hummocks tint on the nelithborlnir const some of tbe :mra1 1 Merchandjse.

'I and thrice crossing the hyacinth-cov lineal stretches of Ocean bench In the world. Our money winning books;
2 ered St. Johns; or the traveler may roach the
DeLeon I and Dlue Bprlnirs are most interesting written by men who know tell 13 CB 9 40
town via the Florida Emit Coast railway, taking Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured p a
at .
nuturnl objects within easy driving die- all about Blip 0 JHu ,
'tJ tickets at Jacksonville to Orange City via tiinoo from Do Lund you Me.When I 0th :: iOOpliOOtSaml 9. V
nnd the ronda In
.t Augustine! Pulatkn and New I Smyrna. De- any direction . . IUd .. .Ished House V2l ; __. rI
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( present pleasing varluton! of orange I1 the CitvlO
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Land connected with Orange City by .
r it retfular Pota..sh
groves giant pines little lakes anil tropical .. .
the nervous system his been shattered I 2 11 l' Ii iSal ISItLV..V._ .
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yil V stage lino carrying U. 8. mull, aud a hue looking hummocks." by the use of deadly' I drugs there is ._--.LV::.:..: ... 3 _01 Pt 1 OBar bale. I'I.
shell road. 'I'hls. of live lUU..Y Ci.'
:dIL drive through needed nothing( to eIUnllJr. Miles' Ncrtine in rehioring . .
w the mugniflcent forests cud over the shell HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. who They owns are a Held nnd by plow every,man anil it to health and normal activity."I I. I', .I'I GGOI.I. 8 11.lu..S."M..JD w '

I road raukes tbl..l'oute.. popular one lor the Your first question on reaching DeLand who desires, to get the mont out feel cr.itcful fur clint Dr. Miles' Re- i- . I' . NoIONB: .

,i 4 tourist. The most picturesque route to leLand for u stoppIng place. A great variety II offered of them. slorutivu; Nervine: his: dime for me that I .: ': : :. : : hU :: : :: : :: : ::: ::Buniiells.Dupont.I : .: :: : '

-; 1 Is by river (rom Jaeksuuvllloto Lake -from the most palatial hotel to the They Ktafrte, Send postal onrd, must lull j it for Hint [.mt of liunmnity, i limit' 0) 13G 33Bp .. 4. &JdV3i 'i

I ....IteresforJ. < which is UeLaiiu's landing ou the modest homo-like boarding bouse kept by .:F.HM\N: KAI.I WORK; sulfcrs HI I h.ive. Jjurini; (lie thren yearsI 1 )I >01 11011147.rIJnd. .. 2 S .
7 I .I bt. Joaiis. This route is oue uiteu taken b> ludles of re l1cnaent. Whatever one wants lie 110 Su."" "''''''. 'trw Ynrl suffered fioin, nervous" pio.-triitlon, I fuiin.l t.< 1301' ....PortOraJle., .... .r .. V
12 10 'Up 1 53 1 1 2u. .. ; ... a
the who Florida for the lirst no reliul except when dnclurignve, tnorplihie.To ; 1' : 1/8 : V
tourist comes to can bo accommodated. Tho curds of several . Oalc Hill ,
1 .. ae.
.. time. Vroiu IJcreaford.< where he dlsembarka! of our hotfls und 1 boardlutf houses can be net till "I f suffoiinij. I took morphine myself $: V I lie a D 1231' -0? ..... 1.1'I OU evarci.pE .
iroiu the coiuiuodluuu ami couUortuble bteaiu- '!' ,- .-:-- -- ns it was tin onU !:, in;; m limit would give .. . 001 I G91 1 .... ..OICO.V ----------------I 1 GI'1 -
found In thus and the will
' pnper, proprietors ease and now >nu, wl.o. pOint willi! prom nt -e,4 .... 31 mm 12 ii .... ,''' ,I r
or. of the Clyde bt. Johns rivur line the traveler take pleasure 111 furnishing- rates or uiiy other, iiinr, |aIm i"mu u-.iij hnw could I.I you, when in ". . .I aC01 > 231 1 .. 133\.' 1.11 _,. ,. '
ruauheii. eLund either. by rail over the Information, desired. "MAD ANTHONY" WAYNE. Sum |Fi iifjiniv kno iri;; it about mime "nly tIming F-, ..:.. 0331 t: i l 1 Op.pJhtII.le.. ... 112 n \I! I ( "f- \''

UeLaml.l liruucli, or he may take a hack which Neurly nil of hotels. nnd bourdlnir houses. -- that; wi.ulil give r itel, resist II( I knew ,it : .13 01)::' V Vm. :
.; our m. .:: : : :I : : : : ::: : : :: : jli Ilii 1 : :: -
inuetsull boats.CLIMATE .are surrounded by attractive yards and ma- II. Vie the !l1."I. C'o .lNt S .ltll r \la> a tciriMe hnl.it and 1 knew of !lit deadly 3i10 7 '.GI i UI.t I ,- : it ill 13all'I 300V -.

AND HEALTH FULNESS. jostlo shade trees and nil race paved streets. -XVitMlilriixtikti'M. Army. Iji.isp. but I never fully reulucd its sivnili-!: ; t .-.. .. .-. -. ..... .... -----------I- .. c"
c.ince IInlIII.,1, I used It..a number of niimtlis. ..... ... a 331.- ... .. ....fd.I.; -IIH" ...... l '
Early iu your sojourn you will wish to assure For: u quiet home-life, they "unexcelled.. Jolin It. SpcarK In I IIiiriu'r'M I ilt'inon- Oli),, I the mi cry of l\.elllll'| udiiicied I o such n \ ... . ... G30". ..... ... ...J.18pn.. -- .-. jH::" --.. -.. ..
: )our elJ' by observation and inquiry regarding Picnic parties are gotten up Weekly by the stratus tlint (JononilVnyiio.. cuiniuoiiivknown llaliil. 1 icsolveil then and 1 tlicre tj <|u.l:: il 41 ...... /.UL. ..- : mu. .. 'I'1

'I tile climate ol Florida in general und irucsta amid hosts and pleiisunt days spent at ns ":\IlcIl1th"IIY: ." Will I in ninl, resolved l 1 \\outoI"v..r\ )><. a ,sl.iva\ t. ,nivui 13- .i.. ......Hobo, .", 'V..I-. ., U tl 10>u: ... -. -.-.-. .- No.rG. '!
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that of DeLuiid m particular.. Vto will tsuppjse picnic irrouiidu from three to ten or twelve I'onlity/ I t Iw wniH. >>t, coolest, Hold lot' inVuushuluigtoum'm4 ( -I11"n. About, this lime 1 1..1I'e'I I e>' to I ) : ii I' 4 25 Ar.Knyal PoiiiolnnnTi 15 :i T'- \.Mi 1051.. 11'.,_- .;
-: that )'ou have come, in eceiubcr or Jan miles from town. not ice I lr. Miles'u J Krstorulive NI-I-MIIC' advcrlibed i \VVVV----------- 26 r. I 3J r Lv .. JrPIL..r, l' l' V 8 r.\ti! I 113 I' G .. '
: ni'iiiy."Tliey aihl I oiderod, \ n bet tIe. Alt'. r iisinu Inc I 30 1' 4 II Royal lOCO 8 40.i JI/ OCOp .;
t uary. You notice that most of time trees aix I SECRET SOCIETIES. culled tim 'lioro 1 of Stony: Point )liultlcs, I can trullifullv sny I am cm,;il of 1) ,I iO ). DO I I'' .W. PKlni Heacb. Lv I OJ 8 ::)1'1 ". 1031 D 03 p

' c in lull leaf. L'bolcel'oyeYo"ell in time Kortb St. Johns Chapter No. 4. K. .\. :M.-S7 members ami HIP :Miiunioe rtiidils. ;Mini l .\umt leuiy' \I"U'"w.: :,; however much \I'trsonsin.iy ill Ci "', --. .8.\nlol. N c'i> 1 V.V 0 ZOp ,I
In It. Webb, liHilit it, Cinrj i is witne-t. I .- )1\1.- --.. 91'1'1. -- .--11.1' .. V 15"' I .- .-.- 0 IT I 1)
T.
ouly green-houses are blooming UIlPI'Otectcd (
; secretary.St. my 'incmcd.
. \Viiyno." snj-s :Mr. Sjt'htlM. "Tin title )I ,,. l .- Irl. -. --. ... to I p V
..i. 4 in the gardens.. Everything rcniinui I buns Lodge, :No. 37, 1'.&; A. M.-&U members \. Pliit teslinioniiil In un. dirilcil but I 11131'H- 0 II'- I '4
orlglnrttitl I I I'.V iin I Irlsli, solilii-r: who f fci-1, I duty I:. ii-------------------- LaualedaIm.----------- 21r VI
1. : you of the linen Mayor. June .Uuys ol' the ; 11. D. linicey, sucretary.Cypress WHS m il an) to five it for the )hcnelit of t IlicBiifferiiiK. / I 10 il'\- -.- I 21"a----------------- '
-s liuil \been ('mill ii um'ul I in the /:iiuu' rd hiouu.u.u nt ,, -MA'I I I III I 1. I'lllLI.ll1rreici t t t,.\i .. L -
most iavored l nortueru states. tee mouths (Vaumip" No. 13, \\. of \\.-71 members-; : GtOIA..MIIII. tOOr
&* from November- to Alarcb may be classed tot 1'. H. Webb, ckrk.Miitfnolla till 01'(1 U-r ci' the g'eIWI'III.! nml It win All drupfi.-ts( sell and, gii.trnnlec first but ..
tic I >r. Miles' Ut-nipdicii. Send for I free book Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
r getuer. VV'hile the suinmur are long lasting : Lodge: No. SI, I. O. O. F.-12 mem- tnken tip l.v I HIP [poiiplo, iM'tunsc, of the on :Nervous' 11.1111..rl\ I .. I liisense-. AJuicsa, I

y until October,U"'V..III..uluI'101'\II. of tile state, iiiimV.. W. Woodward ."crot'Jr' )'. wild t'litluislnsiii ii mid lilcriiliiitlciiiwith u I : [Jr. Miles, !Mftdical, : Co., Klkhait, Ind. JACKSONILLJS_ !TO ST.AUGUSP_ _. ;1'
.1 the-conslant brciues, uiid l tlio ireiiuent'' how- Myrtle Lodge, No. 21. K. of 1>.-T>7 members; which Wnync liil Ills men when =_= == : ; -.- -

. era, prevent, the extruiues of oppressive heat, Chris. O. CodrliiKton, keeper of records and hit'I sniiriMiio it.oiiK'iit of luittlo, cm no. No. 23 No. 27 No. 29 No. 35 No.4 Na.31 Dotty i'auIy., No. 93 No.15 lii. I iy Nn.99

frciiueut LulallliUucb lurlbcr. nonb.1'1'" -JCUl. nut oh immu'rv.- I that when, I the win- of I Ihe --......... "'..,......_ -I IJ I i'nily \ 1.1.,1... \ 1".1). I Daily., \ Ex. I .Ex. \ i'mmiy \ itt. \ 1'11.. I 1: -.
r and May, October anti November are the lines A. O. U. "'.-IS members; T. R. Webb recorder I '.- ii' _ _ Moul Ion. MiflV V V '
I Ili'volution: I linppmlril u m \ 'ntnsncUi-il: his : ..&$;.% .'\ I. ., I I 9' p 1 SO F ; 8 /

'.t. S months Many of people the year.who have come here from the POINTS NEAR D.LAND. tory' for iii'COMiits of [mottles that he I';;;j..,*..H.::.!?,'jcm I'.."..'","'ci. R..,-------J,, ', '> !> : I Ar.:.L"ek8unVIj.nr.il!! : _JImumc" I"") Smut" I1M I' a 3 l fp1 3 COPj p l 9 I l\\n I '

IIIIlht) loiii-n military I I : I tii"1 Ice), ninl.i hetruvc :;:V Jh! >\"' ..',, I AUGUSTINE TO JA.CKSONVIlj.tj.ffi.BCIIKDULES 'I''I'ST. V
\ North Lust: nn<1I.st., or from oue of tl1 jibe itprlnus.H. miles; UeLeon Srlumg,9\ miles; !' : -I' .If"Iu l.u xauiiuul Dolor.' ------ -. -
!Ills cliiys' to I ho tinlimrj' of hU '; '''' '' '" ',," 1.11, .: -
; U''N'
#: : southern stales, testily that thu climate hut (1:11I"11: >1'1..1 lt: mile's; Green Sprlnus, 14 miles; { \ '' N".i" Id inTht No.38'
1'olnt I ho html hU. .L- !.:.!':';':!';2 No. 98 Nn.92' No. 44 No. 30 No. I No. 74 No.
., Jr giveu them great relief I'rum rheumatismustbiiiu OiiMiuiliira"" ( Camp, 7 miles; NV'liinemlssett II tn-ightiors. A t Stony __ \ J.I) l-1.uilly Lmahiy \ 79 21 G Gln.
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catarrh, consumption, and 1 variuiu, allies; Luke Helen 0 miles; noresford y miles. ; men I In hito| ; of hi i-u wotiml I but I hi proKtrliiK batly Daily. e". Slum. Sun Jtt Lutly' Duly Pautly' )" 17. V .r ".

? L diseases, of tbu turotuttud lungs. The bciicbu Druiiire City, malIce I ; lilenwoocl 7 miles; Hh.rh-. | I / for I thr? Ion. Ii 10' In'. imlim'mle.l, :'' to The Tv. / Aimmueottuiptl' 4'"' mm t..l K 1. 4u" ; j I' a DO p L.,..
.. .. to be UerivuU iroin hie in tbi? nillu open anam luntl< I'urk. 5 miles; Spring Garden\ miles; time [irklo of Ills moll l"y iKirailint\ ;: Ihcm 4rVJlu.ek8oumiliC7t,! _I I IIII"11 113 iiTIn_/ I 40r 950 P '.

ml available, and are enjoyed.l by hearty luiutreble O.iytoim & nilteH; I'leisoii :SJ milcn; Hevllle, VK-ilii sll.l\ll1nll with hull- well |iovtlciTil. : :1 t .OP LINES.

: ; alike tbrouguout ICe entire year, winter j? miles; lluibur\llle., 111 miles; Fort Uranice .' while I tlio I h prclaicl I |,dins: I Incltul-- DeLand ___ BRANCI jBAN'ORD
11 and summer. the city Is iur miles. surrounded JI) miles; rlldrldye, ID miles; Emporla 19 miles; I =
oil I'Vrn tli'.' ylnu.iilili'i1; of I the tloex/ tljflt BHANCH.No. ORANGE CITY UHANCH.No. .
', :.. by forests. of the southern pineeii-' jolf Oroimds. 3 X mile; Ueerfoot :Mineral 4
wub balsam. 'lime I1UIIO pbel', ilTintf, 5 mll(',. 110 yelp] filinuld I lirtrny I lie uiipi'oiifh i i of ; :- -- .
rlcuiug the air I Ill I'No. 12 3 |'No7lT I'No. 2 NoT
at Ue-1-und l is. remarkably. dry iur Florida. HOUSES AND COTTAGES- the ussnultins,: host.Vlu Virginia, Booklet t 1 I'"lly | STATIONS. I Daily,I Dully I_ Dally !_ 8IATIOXD. I Daily Dally. i

-I Tuijro arc no lakes. rivers or swamps In tin There Is great demand for furnished housesluring ho chnrRt'il the !hosts of Cormvnllis I I ", 1 05 .n" I.v...... .lltinvllle' -......Ar. 1 Hp I' .
"' 7 I inn [Lv ...... 1 07 p U:l p 10 LV. .N. I 140p 7C3p
liuiuuUiuie and tile deep ucposil U.I time winter season und who with only !r jilt) men to buck him; v lime- 11U8..A. tOi Smyrna.\r
vicinity pcrsoiiu
I s 1'1 I i ... .. .....Ar 1 1 02 a CI l' I 11 a Lv L 13 53 |p I I 53 p
I .k..lA.n
porous sand provides, perlect sunuco Urainarfu. intend to come for the entire Benson should Ill Ohio xvlinre I ho honor of the nntion! tl n 1'0' ... Enupuprise----------' A. !80< n 2) II 8'') 1 Lv.(>,- ( .SrlJ 43 p 30 p
I .'jlalaria practically uiiiiuown. Then ,>iucuru their accommodations in uudvm..nec..ive and tile liil<'grlty of Its territory wiw -. C S 110) n_> donr.-rcl .... ..I.r 11 00 nG21 1' 11tin'A r Or.city.1iT.v, 13 43 p JJOp"No720"

conditions, ",tll an abuiiuanceol! pure ariu- .' alx-room cottages, furnlsbud rent for cotu' ::!iltteO to his fnre he tonic n legionof No. 19Hun. No. '. NO. i 13 "

I nan' water aud curel'ul sumtury .arrange dill to .413; u. month ; larger houses, from" (15ior 'boys und uilscTi'iiuts', gill I b"I'p,1" 1'rom Ol I t I MAYFOKT' _______. I Iiullyl.v ] I Sun. I InlI '

''?'. lueuts, uiaku this. uuiuvstionabiy| one uf chat modest residence to "4HIIU' ( per month fori I Ihe shims>' mid trnhu-d I thrm until tlu'lrKkill 81 pmgi.u.' IJ2: )J'I'JI' H 1\Ilfllt1P fIJOw fl._ -. -. ........ Juoknonvilln, ... .. ...... .'.Ar'' flTitii o_ OnJ. VII -c.-

,- C luuHt bealtbtul places to bo loiinu itO) where. place vitli all modern Improvements, etc. with the nuiiskct c-qmlu\ : html.. If It did!, m in i !1..1. Mi-fix-h of Di'Iviiuil, ttiul. viiinitv i. (8n > CJI.r ......... .80\.I.1ck."nvle. ..... ... .1.,8 m r.! 353p
PRODUCt ; H 40" a 5 ...... ...... .Plblo 1."cb .... .. . -. J.1 ro 320 p
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. Vel.IIllll Is In the inliUt of one of the most not mn-tiiHs.| \ I tliit: of I the mo t uotftlunckwond I --- cliiirciicH. ci"I act scol.fi-, 141 023pr ....... .. .. At"nllel.ael., ... . ..- L\ 110 91p
I . ._ .. .. _
I Itullnn lluhtors."SInd !_ _0 .3_ plAy_ ... IA\pot. .. 1,1aU.
; f.n OiM'aliolif., ImiliV :
In the wof..public% &niprovciuents can bi .inportuiitoraiiKU ttrowlnic sect Ions of Florid Diing | : iniiviTHty
luentioueU ceveru1miim&e !f the llnest shei 'oiishlov.ibltf l fruit was Yhllped1'I'olll this section Anthony Wnyne na n lea' tIer iu1i. ., dul, !.to""(' nf Aqn-ttie ( "lubjuiiij. Trmtuiauto. li-mt H'opntBlatloaopposito' which no time 13 shown.Tab'o V
Th.* '" show! ih'* tlMieB nt which trains may bo fxpi'eterl to arrive aHiniliins. ,
roads, electric lights. on the main streets o. ( lust year, The coming season will see In battle wns. tmsiirpuHHod' hilt It HI..itsi. ;.'. Dt-Jji on :Sprinp! Si, from the HI' \'r'm.'--ci\ bur th.tr arrival or dupnrture at thi* thnct* smutted Is not J".rnt.t.nur delrt,
., till city, a system of water works that li liuifely Incrciisud bhlpiiicnts 'and.1 the time is should mm lao lip. n-mciiiliri-i'd I Hint hUrecord "Inprf tliu Utlierpfroin. 'mpi'iy bold itself rnlolill o lot any delay or Any '
owned and operated by the city, supplyingl'i tot fur distant when 111 all probability this us II drill innslcv Is nueijuulod." ..JIJI.IS." viViV wi'iie" ; nniliy; |'iup; 'h! tif \ 4a

''; Plll'e.t waier. at a lit.tUi above. coal ;hale'_ .vill uvula bo it great orange produ.cimf! country. n".tdill. 'I i > ; lutiltcr ilcsfii! i]>tiv,' of I ll-.e:

1 uruisliiuifuduuuaie' lire protection- and wecui The: production of the pineapple. home A "'let)' Uoply.Whenever town!; ad\'I'I!i.emimt )11" of nil U-iiilinj Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami. 'r

0 huge low rate or Insurance.. Ama electric high.lh promises to rlvul that of I hit Orlllll the United! Stnti-H; cflpl't flmeComlEt. jiri'lVHuional" lain, BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST HAVANA AND NASSAU.
plant ruislies. lIarl&101ul' street and interioililfutluir. prove that with comparatively.nexpcnHlve ._, ,
of anil homoc' '' -.. --- ----- -- .-
011 honrlns: the nrguinent, btnvriliiig --- ----- ------ -
vVe also have an' ice factor), supplying protection such soil nnd ilimatoa ,:,
: UeLand find surrounding. ( counlijwitn tbut of UcLand will prolltnbly pruducoiVult 1'01111'1\ fop ]plninlllThi i I I error, I I" entirely MIAMI-NASSAU V V LINE. MIAMI-KCY \VS3T-HAVANA. LINE.

tee article HO essuntltil. to coiufoit, li.iiortliern vhlch III size and quality far surpassesliie L41111..lh'1; thiit: he tin* no CUSP the chiefJl1sUi' Sent postpaid( to any address, 25c. ( January 1,1903. Oorumeiioing January 15, 1903. -

as well at southern cimummuc.r plniMipples grown without shade further I Is npt\ to say to counsel. for defendant Lv Miaim.L ''n.'hlr.} V . .1031 Lv Miami 8 lTiVTliiiV--------------------- 83O a V
Ar N,... .n Tin- Fri .. ..... SOp
null.In in error I that the court does not l.v .,sail i We I << .ii ... ... .. IU i,i \ rK..YW8t8"u..1h"r..l I .. 09 p 41Ar
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. J line or. July large quantities of delicious fare to hear; further ni'Kunienl. At one THE: NK\VS: PUULtSlltKU r CO. :Mm .iii' Thin..StKl. . . 100.'. A'.UavRI.Mon..rl.' ..... ... ....1 00 .

C Nine houses. of worship testify that IJeLanu vhiKiira Snipes Q.P,,". Excellent peaches, lime II on.' :Mntthew I I Ciirpontor\ from Commo1cluI l..bl.uary2, 19a.I.vI Key \ve! .t'l'ii I. ., flit 1........-.....13 4 03 noLv p

is a church-going community. Uaptlst Episcopalian ; ..ears, Japan pem-slmuimmouisJampumui plums, pecan Wisconsin was couna''l for iilalntllt', :m I In DeLriml: Florida. Lv '4 I u iii I ,l m i i Ot' Ki'y Wi>nt Turn SuiT :: ::::::::::::::: S oo a
Methodists (Northern' and 1 Southern tuts gutiviiH, Btruwberrles, watermelons andnuny 1 Ar u Nn4-"iii TIH-J i Thur-I Mm 6 :io Hl.v Ar Miami_ Tiles .. 7
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4 ". ), l'r.'lel'b.II:111"11"11". : ami Itomui.. nub-tropical frultsurc grown here with error_ und nimelmOd\ the ('''''I'. Before, hewin Nil". mi T ,1 Inn, ;'II.>! : 3 03 p' 00
Ar U so
I1 Omit \\cd. t"I. tim aOoinmencinq
V !besides oiid l :Methodul8 throtijih the rourt wns tIdIed I I1CN.'f
Catholics March iiO, : Above bourn l.uHf on Ouch Morldlan
V < are represented. The graded. 1 schoo.oiler an nlinoBt elldlu.'uI'I..I of Unit thore WHS, iiothlns:; In It. a mud so( .. i ; 19:1. Stand JjCOAST
) vegetitiltfsmny oI\ -Zc-t't': .
; ; IA- Ml.inil l I \V'Krl 2 CO .
n : I p Time, I't.-i'i.t 'lhafflivr (erNitmuicu h local
an eight )eau'>t' course, and the bulldim lie produced during tho entire jeur.Thu ,,'1..11 he had conchnled\ 1 nnd.I counsel ...., "''I "r.l.. 'or. .. '" 'q AINIS.III, I I.Vi *. 'rim ffm .. .. li :.:si> .r.1
' v.1&1el11t occupies i U new timid newly f uriilsbouthroughout soil Is particularly adapted to com und fur defeiidanl.u i I In error nrone\ Chief .1 ti'"- '.1'\4 ;;/ ..t4 ';.f14l. .., (J t .h)] tj :,.,'. .." N !.-I'l' '".!.< I I'lltr.' Sit! .. .. S 03 1 u1 or NatfMau time.1 V.Joininoiicins .' _
i'E.! : : .., .. l.r-T. AriIluumii.I., I .I'I., Silo" .. .. I
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of the most ,\:. .. . ...
Is commodious
and Olio woet potatoes. Hecent rials prove that an liceVnIte wild 1'he court docs not c. ', c. .b.... .. ---- ---- -- -- -- ---- .j

and best equipped public schools. In till musuHlly high grade->f tobacco> may be pro- cure to lioiir. II fly fnrlher II mg m iiment.:' ..,..;A.:.. .. ",...h.,:<-..;,.. ..." 010 \>..t'. .....:1..k. .:(.;:'.v> For ropy of Local Time, Card, aJJraaa ., Ag-mum! .- V

state. A certlileate of graduation i'rum tin. luced on the high, pine land. Tarts of Voluut Counsel was: u little. dcm r timid ill- ; W 1 fJ 5 i ] : .t t.;n A. \ :: : I )
school accepted. at John U. Stet&n I t'nlver- < county are adapted to the cultivation' of ......,.-..:..? +"-"",':"' ,,: ':'.. ." 'Ii" "" :'" "I.Jf. ;' "" :":; '. J. D. HAIINER, Aast. Ooa. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. j jLOUKSV.LLE .
notlchit that I Ihe chief Justice ,, : .' .
though !; ) < '! "
city and euititieg. .. the pupil to entrance. Into .iuxiir cune. spoUo. dlil not hoar what IIP had said .,.:..,c.:,...,.>t..... ,. ;.. ... .,.. .,, ..",,... _, .-n.".. ..; I -...
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the aca-Jemlc oourse tberutJOHN The chief MANUFACTORIES., and turning, I to :\il i. Oirpenter l who !.2 :: ,, .1.': :',, : ,. V :
manufactured product of DeLiindnn / 'V & NASHVILLE R.R
B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. ,. 10"' > l
bid I liecnsaid.
npkod
vicinity( is lumber.! The abundant sat beside him what : ictmi : .
supply V
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This Is the IcudiiiK educational institution if u yellow pine and C'VI"88I11I"lIt be made Into I. : ", .. '; ::,::\ ,Vt., :: .. ,V V :-li : t. 1
V families. toDeLaud "I.h '" .,,,' I I I '. i": 'ii ___ Kii-Ht CIa ntnl Quick Schedules oIuiiilTiflglialI1 -
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in the state, and I attract g 'flVV'tirlal
many I r' Intones .. 'S'r'icl
I great' variety of articles now shipped.1 In :'fh. hung It t replied furpentcr .tm'''i''i'''ri''';'''.II'" ,,,',,VCIUuiI ,. ""; >
I for the winter months. The Institution I'roiu/ u distance. Among tbe maunfacturinjr.nduiitrles u ml II>U> to the I... ...h. "Th"11"! \ in.mru.ioui., "I Vi5 ,... rita'''"'i.' "I.,,'t. .a aI'i Nashville Evansville Chicago

; has about .35OUIIO) invested. l iu !bulldln a; already established we, have an Ice J Justice said: iie would..I a I rallier I K'M' you : 1)) :ilfimtIo:! ''': $::', ; ',.;m:::.:\;!;,;.'::hi :'.m',u.' hanortiomyoi.riimole.WOrth. ,
4i) Instructors of ability and assistants from' .jlmit, II fertilizer factory, a novelty woodworking ) I'.fl' ', noted' collogue of the United.1 States and 1 lor- ; tho case than hear you talk.--Youth's ARvM".1C '.L..... 1"11> t'O:>i"...... tit" :>i.Y.
extublishmeiit> that turns out many ., M'eat and Northwest.Mobile. .
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the
churn countries, constitute faculty. useful things III Its lino; n cassava starch faoory I 11,1lloints
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V the present. time about 400)) students. are rcg-is liere and. one at Lake Helen giving: employment ---- --- -.. -, .. New Orleans, nut All Points Southwest -o. -V

terud. John 11. btetsoii t'ulvoroity: fs. alllllutui to many bands und 1 working} lliouuiii'ls B--<*"nni iiiKli liokHt-4:" via tie L. &N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
with tbo cblcauo University, pro rate credit ot: acres of land. RIDER AGENTS Ar TED Floriil-1. .
Vt c being ilL v.... iu either Institution for work # Ti.k.t'Vtut* iu .
doue In the other. Stotaou has a productive CUR PEOPLE. .r ui. 1 It I 11nml Slci-plnu, Cur I llesc-ivnlloiK. illll l.i to J. M. FLEMING.I -V
; endowment of t:2UOUi)0.)) The buildings ur, Tlio people ot I Land are from .ulmnst ever1Mirl It : one In each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 mod.'l 1 C. L,EiTONi O P. A.. I"'nl'hl.' rnswniriT "1..t. a

laixe" und substantial, every comfort !beln of tin L'nited, Status' They- uro Intelll'cut M II1' bicycle of our manufacture YOU CAN MAKE $'0 TO .,iilS\\\ll", I). boll 1 W'hl Hny)",., Jui-k" *\\ 1'1. 4 V
..'..1 ; worked, besides wheel to -
provided, us Iii a modern hotel. Catalogue : proyrc&slxe.: Tbeylia\o enjtU4lu9tU'iilly t )SilO A WEEK having a rimeforyourselt.FV

may bo obtained free by addreaitnir time prcsi- wenty-tVtur }curs to build 1902 f Models 2! tis $8 $15 -
to
V neat. Dr. J. V. Forbes.ps Ip their: licjntirnl little nit-. I nlntcrriipicdn'oyiess 11t a

BICYCLING. ult. Their linprovomcut desire, now'is that htive, as been many the as pniblo re-*- ,I I(' 1900 and 1901 Models MBAEET3 $7 fo f fL Sf|J J5OO A"lA rm [ HUE

Pavements In nnd about! the city and tin. of thoie who ore turning southward may KI i1 /1! Second HaniWheosi '

-. excellent: paths that have been raado to adjaaunt 'loe for thpiiibclves what Del amid offers !both k I 1V taken in trailo); by our, Cnlcniro. retail stores all $3 f $9

towns and points ot'Interest, oiler unexcelled 'settlers" and winter residents; for then I4 'I 'Ut' T,1 makes and models, good as. new................ :

_ opportunities to the wheelman. UhuM! : 'nmy more will surely agree with the many i / l We chip any bioyolo APPROVAL to anyone -. Jai1rcac Cc.fhe

..-. ') who hare ridden< bicycles on almost eterj who now pronounce DelimiT on account of V without a cent deposit ii>i advance and all'-- ,

V -. : .. kind< ot road arid pavement' are unanimous IL. ter climate aunt her people., her university, [ j FREE TRIAL\ You take :
V : the opinion that our pavements. are as ,gout tliurchrsaml fraternal orgunizutluna. her hotels 10 DAYS absolutely Great Through Car Line From Florida.

.. V us asphalt Besides. the paving, of that streets und her homca her products, lier publicmprovcnionts I no risk; ordering from us, as you do not need -' .
la tug city limits. the residents beyond thu corporate and, her merchants the, IIIO"titlrlleth'e V to a cent if tho blcyclo does not suit )'ou.DO -
I V q' !, bounds have extended the roadway ii.fl > place In nil the southland for them. pay n irlirv',, nnttl :roil linrovr1tten tn\ nil CONNECTiONS: .-
m some oases several miles. An excellent: bicycle HOT BUY FACTOsiV PRICES & "HE TRIAL OFfr.R.
S.
path bus been luude to Lake lleresforU, A 0.S..n Su.lfce. Tires, equipment sundries end siKirtlnffirooils of. all klniK, at oven ITS OWN lUlLS TO Savannah, Charles-. -
V miles distant also a good shell road to half regulur prices. In our big freo s-m.rry catalogue. Contains EASTLITlAiL. Iticlimoud
V thyee ; Tile chenirdrua, I I" a siuilcn: over (throe world of UHoful information. Write for It. roTH ton, \\as1iingtoii, tdence( via tho
live nillea south, and l a pittbtti a .
ulvm
Orange City '
dl.trlbuh..at.lolrtOI'' Railroad.
.Hid ono-lmlf feet long: which lnlinbit> : WE WANT. reliable ppiwn In each town to ; ,
V Luke IJltlen.1t uillcs distance by way ol writ. today for free and our special VIA 1.'nwlJ1.111 _._.__ "' .'

'I Lake Wlnuemlssett.FISH AND CAME.' time southern uiotitlia India of rivers to New and Culnon.slrcuiu wlilrh from JL.: :: MEAD CYCLE OQ jtW';; Chicago, ur ro WEST TinIjoiiinvlll ...t N..hvlie., via Montommmery. r V i

never leaves the water occurs fur out THt
( Knilrnad
Thu Mjbil soul ihin via Montgomery.
Florida waters, fresh and salt, abound In at sea amid feeds onPower lI..h. ..._ .....-. _L_ .- V
Ash, and the bunter need not go far to And
'V Via SHvannnli HIK! Ocesu' Slel1l hip Company for New Tork.rhilU'iilplilnuoil '
_ good bird shooting. The lakes of the DeLaniiA'juatlo In F maU l ,"tO". a'

V.V. town are Club well-stocked, oue and with a half bass miles and east smaller ot, A single; fungus plant has been EAST 1 Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Washington and -

V V fish, and afford great sport to those pluicuitoV known to attaIn n weUlit of tliirtyfourpouiuU WINCH: ; [ 10 THi Ballimore. ,0_

V richly Inclined.< During the bunting ....season la six weeko.. The power of ex- VIA 3T HI. V'1 S.vaul..b sail Merchants anil. Miners Tr.neprt.toD CompaoT

guides take the tourists to quail grounds. and puiiHlonwhich funel portHesa'" Is won- rAM fur Baltimore and .

V t seldom fall to bag a goodly number of these derful. Great toadstools will Dome- FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 7

fat and< Juicy morsels. times lift heavy pariiig stones ,out of "New. Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" To Key West vi Peninsular and'V I

their bed. and It was once necessary .-
AQUATIC CLUB. -AND
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to the whole of n certain town _____Lm1JVIVr.&JVLr 1t51 TTL __1JlLVL .JsVUVV V _iVVeVuTr.ru.u
: This: club was organised In 1U01 by our lead repavo HAVANA. Occidental Steamship C
fc$ log eltUens. who recognized the need of water. In ,,.England! In consequence of'alien a 1 F you are looking' for reliable shotgun am- ; T-
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disturbance.
attraction for the tourist and home people.I II The kind that shoots where '7 .
munition Tick.ets. i '
ftp The: club has purchased a thousand acres. of you ileage .
land. surrounding several beautiful fre.b-... A.I.. _
buy Winchester Factory 13,000 miles of !
V Tickets good over among-the
it" point your gun Interchangeable Mileage
ter lakes, la which splendid fishing is found. Considerably more than half the population ,
is about mile and .a half east "New Rival loaded with principal railroad {in the Southern States are on sale by the principal '
The cl b-house a of the earth la In Alaand yet Loaded Shotgun Shells: $
H* of towflfld is reached by a splendid< paved there nre but forty-eight people) to the agents. New York via At 1 ,
Port Tampa to "
.. "Leader" and loaded riirousrh Pullman Sleeper, ,1 ,
i street and bicycle track on New- York olubhouseaffords .venue.A quare mile nn compared with ninety. Black. powder; "Repeater, ; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway. antcPa.t. '.
and comouxMnus! Lint V
F&Xf; convenient JK place for tae sup9\ *x.or plcalo 'four In Europe. with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester J'or reservations and Information apply. to Agents Atlantic Coa tidneH ,-'. ,
: ; ,
vw party f> rest, to secure a f f" c-"I1I. InV Loaded Shells and others. or : W. D. STARK t V #
$ no
V Milk In Jamaica.bas.no Factory accept FLlA4K'C. BOYLSTON ,
and >? ;' .o'lue -
hammocks sr ,"
cool ,
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Trav. .
Agent.
.> fr-t "t'Jho ""J.,3amal uillkracn. The milk VV Commercial Agent. _, ,1 V V t
watMVT iQwdte, read l' :* ... ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM J.eksonvilheli. +
.' "* "') "lc1 strhbuted by native women, who 138 Wed Hay Street, Astor Block, V V f
with iiVn4ron '
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7 b ""',*, :5> W .1. ,/ -
.ii rL EMERSON CRIG" > ; Q.
._ V .aIaoamoO.'he-". cans nicely balanced on tbel*
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... $ ta J f "t\.J C u. L5TiM.ffc Traffic AJ/W1 ltOD VV
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; Th.e Weelcly >" o o Alcoa, W. W.-Grocer. '

o Alexander, J. E.-Attorney-at-law.
.I' -OOOOOOOOOail Allen E. T. Oculist Aurlst. ---- "'
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I ar-.4riitl< Inflllll0: asylum has Allen, J. F & Co.-Furniture. 1i

".t 700 inmates", Allen, W. A., & Co.-Jewelers. t

A St Augustine party will planta Atlantic Coast Line Railway.

'Ue'n-tii) orchard of 1001)) trees; this Bacrecke, Mrs. Vida Physician. General Merchandi

i : ,}'i spring.A Berry Bennett& Kent-Blacksmlths.HouHc-Doardto//// '

I _. 'ae' : halo convention of county tax assessors BlRelow Hardware Store:

Ar.is. eVI will be held at 1'ensacola
1 Strain I5oatl number Company-Olenwood.
eM { .1.11,1 unammlty( February 23 and 21, Drill, P. G.-Novelties. Oldest Established House in the City.

I business men of the A Cairn, J. .- Number, Contracting
i ]lodge of Elks was organized in
I :al to his petition. St. last week 'Hie Elks Cbrlstlancy, C.-'Grocer. J
2 j: 171 we know ourselves, and Augustine Davis. House DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Lave learned from others, Mr.\ are gelling.
oily has been one of the most ucly Gainesville cily authorities are W. E.-Land for sale.

a:i-U, ), painstaking, conscientious after property owners with a /sharp: Dreka & Co.-Dry Good, Groceries.Dr. SPECIALTIES.N .

.. pOfirSiasteiH: the city has ever had.He stick, making them put down sidewalks Miles Medical Co.-Elkhart, Ind.

ee last bus! given to the office his full Emory McJonald College-Oxford U. Hardware., Ga. e4v York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.

time during the I.busy torn 1st season Krlckson: J., A.-NoveltIes, {
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,.,I ine andushville leaving, at large expense, the Fernnndin has received forlycurl Fish, Attorney-at-Law. IoL.lan.de Florida.. t

i 'Mrs. L rail- charge of Ins newspaper almost a.-ills of sewerage pipe, which Fisher, Oeo. W.-Druggist. ;
will be clown in the [Florida East Coast -- --- "-
Railway.
put principal
." Vice-Pr.1! to put into ef- wholly to others His appointment streets of the city. Fudjrer, W. B.-Baker, Confectioner. tt-'r311Ef41tF'itb9KS'i3'itts'tt'fgEkntft! ': !! !' \ : ;!t.t! !' J!i"fJ2k' .% :,!ii! !4 !is8f6lC'FFlit4f4k".t! '! I1t I1tI1tItI.! k'SIFSF I .' .
.. ::roent; passenger faroFlorida. merits, cud will continue to receive German Kali Works-New York City. ""
the hearty endorsement of the great Editor: Thomas Fans of the Ala- Haven, II.C.-Well Contractor. I ,
.-.stations in of people. lIu glrlntl. Scott-Blacksmith. i For: a 3 I=Ple usan.tTO : Time: s ; ,
majority our / ('hulInquirpr is wresting' the "Murk
TnVISlSws, several weeks hood C. I. & Co.-Lowell, Mass.
predicted
ago F&
The editor of the Journal must", Twain of Florida journalism" ap Hotel Putnam-W. P. Chase; prop. & '' )
.GO THEM :
: that such a course would be have been taking ]lessons from the : pellative' front Editor, John :M. Cald- Hunter, G. Physician. !'.S$ 'w "

pursued by the commission", but is well. Witness, the from Hutchinson, A. H.-Real Estate. t I
following
t. Jacksonville publicists his Hutchinson I\lkt-E L.McBride.Mer. .EA Q, "cr: ufi. or: : :xc 0 Lcrs: s!sl .
surprised and gratified that tbe action : paper: "The biggest trust on John H. Stetson University.L. ,,.

was taken so soon. The Florida The following from the Ficderckfibiug1 earth is tbe newspaper trust. It &, N. Railway.MncDIarmid r,
S SPout _
e trusts everybody, gets cussed for : John-Physician. ,. -'
East Coast railway and the Seaboard (VI1.itl1l') :: is timely] just McKlroy, F. P.-Dry Goods, Etc. I
trusting mistrusted: for cussing" : Beat : ,
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' Air Line granted a Scent McLeotf CottageBoarding.Mead ]{if | liqkes fo* Uoatiqg.Sqilboq
low: and if it busts for trusting gets ,
Cycle Company-Chicago. .
d passenger fare on Christmas day: Roosevelt seems bent on forcing cussed for busting."-Times Union. Melrose Hall-Boarding.MutiHon ( s, I{o,{'boqts\ .Gfjqoes :f oi< l{ext., : .r

without waiting for orders from the bo negro as officeholders on an unwilling A. M.-Pbyslclan.:! .. !sr. .

commission state roads! ;waited but the until other they two have big that be people limy get, and negro all delegates for what to? Mrs.\ William PROFITULE;Hanson roii/rny.Las twentytwo Olive Neal Paris, Branch!M.Medicine Photographer.-Boarding.Corn panv. m| Jtfo; Ctiqtfge; foi ild.omission! to{ .G:" $tl'1ds. S j S t .::1

the next Republican nominating bens t that laid, 2,J,51), ) eggs' during Perkins James W.-Lawyer. .
been forced to grant the rate. convention und negro votes in some the year 1002:!, valued ?49.65 Pierce Dr.-Medicine Company ; Cltlb lfO'1se Operi to tile Pt1blic.S; !

THE NEWS Lopes that the commission of the doubtful Northern States. The cost of feeding the hens Reeve, C. Photographer aj .... t'I

will, if necessary, strictly en- And this niau had a Southern moth. amounted to $S 8. as they are con. Hy ttojal:laud Baking& SparkmanGrocers.Taylor Powder Company. # Parties Can Have the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, with Dishes, Ii j .[ ':

: force its order, and in so tiling it er. In his veins courses the bloodof fined in asiuidl" place, with no range ] W. S,-Dentist.
the Bullock family/ of the State whatever. Thin shows what can be The Heal Estate and Mercantile Ex. F etc., at Moderate Rates. M *' v 1'
should have the united of 1
support of Oeoigia. One of his! uncles fired done with chickens if taken hold of The AVaverly-Boarding.
Vance, A. Jacksonville.. J
all the people of the state. the last shot from the deck of the iu a sjstr rustic and busiuess-ULe: Voliisla Abstract .

"The present commission will Shenandoah which he commanded.The \\'Ily.-J'ort: :Jljers: Piess. \Vatkius County John W.-Fura, Company.Hides, Iron. goon: FLOOll{ ilJSTD: PTftN'O fo* Vf\l1cil1g\ 1 I, ,
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prove of the greatest benefit to the mother of the president: wns so Winchester Repeating Arms Co. 11i fJ .S 1.1
1'0t-L.1'It HARM IOR PXNiORD. Wright\ Silas Insurance.
state. We tip our hats to Burr, radically Southern that "she unfurl a {I{ ijSTKefreshmenta will be on Sale every Thursday, with Music In the '' i
od from her New York home the It seems that at last/ : Sanford is evening for Dancing' Sij .J
Browne and CURED 1
Morgan.
Confederate Hug after' Lee suriend- to have to date farm. CONSUMPTION.
-- ---- 1111P poultry Mrs B \\'. Evans, Clearwater Kan., titAtArilALiIR'ifrtlYRl'IaiAiitit; ; >7dt. IiL Ci'aiiSnii 1 1:iu; r(r.1ijl1iii11;; (1ii;i,1:6fYliWilnr4i3i4''Jit I; I 11.1r.\tl.ti; )\ ',il '
credo We wonder such born It in etatpcl. that
a mun, ueidlhy gentleman writes: "My husband
lay sick for three
Bartow has 'a maiket and
city of such a mother, can longer desireto from :Milwaukee\ thoroughly month; the doctors stated he had -

perhaps the city authorities wish it insult and humiliate the Southern undeiHiniids the business: has quick con ul11plilon. We procured a I aa w aO..o.O.aw +:.O:a.a.o c.O--O.O'O.O'O--Oo-O 1

didn't have. The market has been people But he is bent on doing it, purclmHfd litty acres near the city bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup I '

rented for some years to two meat not for any especial"' love for the and will engage in poultry raising antI it cured him. That was six years JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYDE nI

negro, for he has none, but solely on a very pxten Live scale.( The ago and since then we always kept a I
dealers who "bid" onco a year for bottle in the house. We cannot do 1
for political {''UI pOf>es. tract is now being cleared up and LAND. FLORIDA.
without 1
it. For coughs
the choicest stalls. But the meat and colds it 1
will be equipped with incubators has no equal." 250 500, and $l.oo bot IN AFFILIATION WITH .f
men of Bartow, like the turpentine I. J. :McCall, clerk of the Circuit and all)) modern appliances for the tIe at all druggists. 2.Ammo.iherIo .
and the wholesale successful conduct ot the business t THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. I:
operators, grocer, -i
::ourt of Hamilton county, in a recent 1 .
and the DeLand dealers in coal oil, The Chronicle predicts that the ........ ..
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issue of the News de- PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN
Jasper venture will invest IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER. 1.
prove pacing !: The niosiilicrle "
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decided that, while competition is! pressure upon
feuds the action of Governor Jen-
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surface of
the life of Trade, it is not the nurse nil ordinary man Is 32,400 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE OF LAW .1 ; 'I<.
t nings in appointing a treasurer of JJOD"KNEWIT. (pounds. The ordinary rise and fall of
of Profit-and the meat men combined the county without consulting the "it'R the barometer Increase or decrease ACADEJUY: SCHOOL or TECHNOLOGYBUSINESS 1 -

t agreeing to bid only $10 per' A group of congressmen were one thin |pressure by about a too and a NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN COLLEGE
wishes of the t committee.Mr. .
county I
l in qimitur.
day of the
lounging cloakiooni
one :
month each for the stalls, instead off ':\ McCall takes", the same position discussing: sundry matters SCHOOLS OF Musio AND ART I r

15 as in the past. The city fathers THE NEWS did last we<.k-that the when the yjnvtrsutiou turned) upon Nile Sucrlflces.Mussulman Law Graduates admitted to Practice In Florida! without Examination. _

/r' heard of the combine and placed county committee "kicked out of inability of people iu general to a in Inteivals chroniclers a virgin tell was that sacrificed atceil A Complete Sjatom of Correlated work In :Muniiiil Inilnlnif.Aa "

a figure of $15 each, spot cash the harness" in 11I02' :! and therefore quote scripture coircctly. Private to t the Aver Nile, !but was later replaced A Adequate Well Selected and Competent mind Coni,,|>rolieiuii\Fneulty or:Museum Inaf)nl<'lOl'II.

monthly for the stalls. This the had, conduct John Allen of :Mississippi:\ offered to \ by a IIJl1l11m)"'"?, n6er. Ovpr 43(10,0110 In niillcliiiirg' und Eiiili) >iuent.
to
no right ( a piiiuary
bet :r5: iliaf,
.' meat dealers refused to and no one present could re Splendidly Equipped !)'immstum., .
1, pay, or select men for appointment to real, the Lord's/ 1'iujer. Col. BolD > ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHTAnd A Library of overl'dnq: Volumes. Ii'j L-'\

they also refused to vacate the otlice. Governor Jennings' is generally ivis promptly) : took liiin up. Bailey, harassed by a bad cough? Use For further Information address-- the Prealdont, .
premises when directed to do so by f Texas vas made staKo holder I Dillard's Horehound
I right, and he was iu this in- Syrup, it will secure i JOHN F. FORBES. PH. D., j
D.L.NO. FLA.
the marsha sheriff then Tie walt "Fuo you sound sleep and effect
.Xhe .. was stance. TIle is fool money up. away, a .
governor no eO.OeO.O..G.O O..O.OeO.fl.O''o .
called to the deal stud: Allf'llAVith prompt and radical cure. zsc, soc and AC G.oo .OfO. o.o-OoO : .
JUpSn dispossess some of our politicians to the contrary dud Col.} Davis $IIQO bottle at all druggists 2. I
$ te took charge of the stalls, solemnity .
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notwithstanding.The : began: slather
fr put a deputy in charge, and was Dr. .
"Now:: I lay me down to bleep, 1
Dr. Cotton Mather, who died In Boston
c ; cutting iteaks for all comers when question of raising the salaryof I pi ay the Lord my foul to-" In 1723, wan the author of 382 EMORY e

, c the last issue,of the Courier-Inform I the gocriiorvill come bt'fore' thenext "Stay," amid: Allen; "'fhnt')) do works' < of them of

ant went to presa. The matter will It'' iHllltlll'e. If Florida is in Hand,l him over the I r. ouey, Itailey. nensione.

have to be decided in the courts have ti S+ should have a !5ltOO-a'year salary :School Exponent. lie died. at the age of sixty-five. 0 COLLEGE ,
unless all parties take a small dose",
e The state is rich and can all'onl to ,.

of common sense. pay a /irst-chiss/ man to look after Artificial Butter. I
"TlicAreonliiiL. IlJld Iii...rh....... The first artificial butter was mar- 1'038OXFORD GEORGIA.1903 I
.. its all'mrs.The ,
f. to <'l 'I'IlIt''ll I;: 1 1nlile, mss 1/II'Inl'/ made, in I'oissy, France, in
, The following from the Pensaco- 'si: ).rc-': i 1'111\1.1'1',I! 1 in the I'lUsluin", r>isuil 19u0.[ It \vns made from the fat of the ,: ,..

:. { ?... la News is one of the most optotuis- Book,) Trust is at present engaged | I..,Li. (Minil 1. < M. Sdl\\'lIh. |iii>Hlth>nt of loins! and. kidneys of cattle, which

\ tic effusions seen recently in the in active work among the lln T'lillnl. SI r il'<"4 Stcrl cofpririitloi), whoa iiKltcd. Is sometimes called oleo is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section

members of theAlibaiualegislature, linn bran oniMjii1': tun:i/.ciuciit In tile oil. This oil, tallow, lard, olive and OXFORD Georgia, where there are no local to :-,
i.t Florida causes '
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press: now in Reunion, and Mill probably 11II'ol"'U:; mind l>y thin liulsli manner cottonst'fd! oil are lined combined with

ii", ,r There are a few pessimistic persons prevent the passage of a state uni- dairy butter li wakIng the various sickness. The College will continue to make every ;
+rNw. ,
.f who tell us that the country is formity law.Today bullet'lues. effort now as in the past, to send forth young men well furnished -- ,

.w 'i kp :, being abandoned to the canines and You KnowVlmt---You-Are Takiug in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian ; "i

''I- ''lsrr ,. that it will soon be a nation of and is Arbor Day in Florida. when take Grove's Tasteless character. .

; J- for the rich. But don't you believe Commemorate the day by plantinga Chill 'Ionic you because the formula is Courses ,<*
leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.D., and SB.
. : anything of the sort. The United few nut or shade trees. plainly printed on every bottle show.
,f ? States was never no prosperous as Ing that It is simply Iron and Quinine -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life. K

Jt-.i, ,/ it is today and the people as a whole + frrjcJ"41 no pay.50c.in a tasteless form. No Cure'l After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of "

: were never so well off. There are a --. studies in the 'direction of the student's special aptitudes.

'It' N .few unpleasant things in the present rjysQ
Won't Take Interest.Mohammedan .
.J situation it is true but unpleasant t' depositors in the post- The Central Dlnlnpr Hall will offer rood food at actual cost not to exceed } t

I things are always with us and always I I Zx olilce savings banks are enriching the eight dollar per mouth. Furolnhed rooms are .let ut one dollar per month for each

will be.: "We must not expect P.rltUh government as their religion lodger. This seem Is under the Immediate supervision of mcmliar of the Vac y
I y,1 ''tb find Paradise on this mundane I forbids them to receive Interest. They uity who Is assisted by competent and experienced matron.! '

'! sphere and if we do we are just as In mounting ferrotype prints ninny luulst on taking out no more than they r"

2 'certain to be disappointed as we are limit-lira nufcccd In getting paste nil have put la. All I necessary expenses for the college year way be brought
over the surface of the iilcture. Of within U 7 5.00. ?'
to 8ee the sun rise and set. There ,
,' 'kt course the floss Is removed whenever Japan' Banta c...*.
never was time when it wa"n'tmore
a the paste sticks" nnd the result la any Hotel la the name of the saint who
comfortable to be rich than to thing but a neat photograph. The evil '*' -vTSii acts as Santa Claus in Japan. FALL TEICM Oi* 2XB SEPTEMBER 17 1002

,r .> be poor, but the poor man gets Is generally due to oiirelfnsnesn, but -- ...-..< .. ., ,
more of the good things of life to sometimes the method of doing the ..,.''\ .'. .'*''';/y The Bent Prescription for Malaria*
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day than at any other time since pasting Is at fault HIIJS the ItrouLlynDally : Chills
and Fever Is a bottle of Grove' For catalogue and other information, address
; history began. A man bus a per Engle. Occasionally the pasting CI1\nrE M. R IlWAD. Tasteless Chill Tonic It U .imply

f feet right LO kick if things don't Is done on glass and the different prfuts In which. he linn been Kni'iidiug Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.

'0oit him, but a well directed kick is of the same size oro supposed to be In Homo anal the I Lilian pro\money'luces.Sir. No Cure, No Pay..Price, SOc.naeterle. James E. Dickey; President
placed In the same position but Invariably
,% l mor effective than one delivered at one print Is a little larger than : ;h\vab! ), so It Is repotted) ball been In lp.ae. ,
random. A little' philosophy, too, cllIl1'II'I'lu,; steamships 1( sad 1 railway
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the rest or It Is not placed Just right The theory that there are small living
t 4. makes the world look a great deal and the edges are covered with paste. OM ti-.ilm: the: with aa lllllo Italian regard fur expense \bodies) aa pores of bacteria and OXFORD, QJORGIA.e.-tt] :>
f brighter. or perhaps the glass Is cleaned off each nveniso l glues to tho cost the like Boating about in Interstellar
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1 <> n j Alma of macaroni. IVlion appear-
time, but not thoroughly dried.
finds in the observation
space !! support
'v' ,The, 'Ocala Banner says: "His I 'There U a simple and quick way of Ins In pulillr. It 1 H> Hiittl llIlr. /fetchwnb: huaiittnu'tfd and speculations of an Increasing number

'borne ; the Tampa Herald, mounting dry prints ,which leaves no himself an riio uuuu attention na the king ; of Bcientlllc! men
paper
says! excuse for anything but clean work. eiiMcmniii says: "Half The Racket
Store
that Congressman.Robert. Davis Take a newspaper' and trim the folded the pt'ffl'tt-!l..nal hc 'KaiV\ In Italy uioIJCMO AustralianWhaling
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>JJK iiiwnb. lie ID
almost and in all will edges on the cutter or with the golnsors. referredto
:file probability everywhere 'the Is one of the. vanished Industries -
IIH wild American'. .
Then! paste one print ou each sheet of of Au tt1llla. In the thirties J. A. imiCKSOItf
:t! Proprietor
be. entirely, perauaded to ,enter the careful to hold It down Frlotula of :Mr Stlnvnb: guy his Idosynonialta 4J
: being
paper tile and forties; It was a very remunerative *. ,
: ;jraeefo United States senator by so that It cannot slip on to the uro result of mental '
firmly
: t. overwork( and that t..1Io business, but the whales'were gradually DRY GOODS, SHOES HATS
delayed too NOTIONS
$*4fbf.. 'iiinctae,.campaign opens.J The pasted portion.: la this' way each sheetIs his trip to Huropu Iu search of change long frightened out of Australian waters BY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, .MUSIO ETC.NOVELTIES. JEWEJ.- f
used and] ,
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bampliigDstillbeaninterestingone." thrown away aa noon and recreation. and bare now to be sought In then"l'lhbOI'boocI J
,V} there 1 ts DO paste around In the way.. St of the 8oitb pole. Agent for the SINGER, the beat Machine in the world.
1 HOM. _not, :tb.,!'Ooala:.Editor"" know 1 ot course care must be taken not to Sewing Machines tepaiied and parts farnieted.Best All bindc a' r
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tbafoOwrBobtla<1v'al: ttte- touch the' g|os.y-mlrface of toe print, For" rubber stamp, pads, daters, ;Private _malingcamards" with. local ,
,. -" -,;","' ." """ .'11.0"" '.with' the ..*me finger:used to bold It'r stencils, prlntlojr outfits, call at Tus scenes, for fale a *:Fl bcr'fi..AIle ''! and cbe. est HAI1NFKS finbo city Bai Ere re eirta r m '
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9 rv ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMiss The Sunday vesper'tA.tPrneV-at-law. 4 ,

; ; Victoria Braddock arrived last auditorium will be under thirst- : .

week from New York, and is the guest of the Stetson Quartette. ""= LEADING'. .

Cr' Shoes that don't Crack:, Rip or of Is the Mrs.sister J. T. of Vinzant.Miss Sallie Miss Braddock Braddock, "The Schoolmistress"--- will be -the .. :" '" : : ) ;

'-I "' attraction to-night. The court room :1) '
'+' ( Break Down-in fact Shoes that who is so well known in DeLand. makes an admirable opera house, but '"',1] Po I ,

1 Mrs. Thomas Williams gave a this will not be the first farce witnessed r a MerchandiseHouse

.:r ,. are guaranteed. Such is the very pleasant reception Thursday afternoon there. The room will seat NEW .
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for her slater, Miss Aemes, about 300. Tbe price of admission Is ,
Ralstoi-i:: : Iealth. Shoe assisted by Mrs. Dreka, Mrs. :Fountain, I j 50 cents. .. .

and the Misses Gould Watts: and Stftb. join th9C t;. .
,. : \. x9 Our Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords are Up-to-Date. We A bountiful luncheon was served, Miss: Susie Colcord, who was engaged G006Shed r ::

' .' : would be pleased to Show Them. amid attractive surroundings.Mrs. as a telegraph operator in ; "

I' ll., FE:: ?_ oEJLEO:: S. E. Emery arrived on Monday Sanford Beresford., has Her returned brother to her, Mr.home M. V.at ''\ ND NOTIONSoulevard.: .;Q1',0' ,

: from theJblUzards of Boston and Montreal .,.r' -r.'T"1IraS r.
.Colcord, U! expected down from Pitts- r/ : I ,;,
itI: ,, ". w zs c and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.C. burg this spring on a visit to his -, :. w

F. Pollard' parents.On + -- -09.0O+O+O-I-O+O-I O+0 I OIO l Ot04O s '''. '. r ,
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the First M. E. church Sun- -
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5 Friday next, the 13th, there will ,
.1 BRIEFS day the pastor will preach at 11 a. tn.; be given at the auditorium, under the "', II6" f ,
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(I LOCAL & PERSONAL subject, "Proofs of God's Sovereignty. auspices of the popular Stetson Quar- ..... 7.-,' ''",-_-- \,.

: ." Also In the evening at 7:30: ; subject tette, a "Ballad Concert." The quar- ( -
". ,,.i; .. QI ----"'-."\\P '- _\il__."_"'" : "The Desire of the Ages./ tette will be assisted by university Reeve" takes Photographs '

!School: supplies at Aliens' Phar New handkerchiefs and hosiery at Sunday School at 10 a. m. Epworth talent. Admission 25 cents ..

"k@@ ). 'c macy. Brill's. it League at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting f ......
Mr. J. B. Conrad, who has
f; ;" Mra. W. H. Tawney has sold the \* Attorney Alexander and Mr. Cyrus' every Wednesday night at 7:30.: All But'tered\\
from the effects of
..:f'' Swan Benson place near Daugnarty's Waters have purchased Prof.Carson's are cordially invited. agonies takes Photographs in ,
to his foot last summer, has Reeve
: Lake to; Fred W. Smith. property;: at Wlnffcmlssett; consideration \
"j' #.">oo. Services at the Baptist church on St. Augustine the past two weeks, I
Call on Marsh Bros. for anything first-class style. j
,
will be at 11 and 7:30: medical treatment. At. Z. r .
.' s. wanted from a well regulateu mar Valentines 3 to 5. Sunday a. m. p. undergoing
.. ket. it Valentines 10 to 25.: n. In the morning the pastor will! one time it was feared that amputation ..

;;, The "country store" will be located Valentines 33 to 1.00Valentinest1.00 Breach on "The Philosophy of SulTerUg would be necessary; \but it has takes Photographs in
'. to 1.00.
.... ill., \' in tbe Cleaveland store room, which At Brills. ," In the evening on "Da vid'liI not been. : Reeve first-class style at
; : bas been kindly donated for the purpose Source, of Comfort." Anthem and
. by Mra. Cieaveland.; Mr. John B. Stetson arrived from .. very reasooable prices.! i'
usual. meet1.
solo Young People's
; as
.. .t One of the most attractive feature Philadelphia the last of the week, 1,
.1 F New Florida Curios and. Alligator Lug at 6:45: m. Strangers and residents .
goods at Brill's. *. of the coming,!' carnival will be the Introduction p. and is at present stopping at his hotel. I -
invited to these .
of the Star Vaudeville Co. are cordially -- r

::-: .- The table new combination for tbe Fire pool Department and billiard Their fame has spread far and wide services. _______ Miss Mattie Saxon has resigned her -

i/J:J/ .,l. room arrived this week, ana will soon and much enjoyment is: in store for Mia Carrie Watts entertained a position In THE NEws office and left

,j be in active use. those who attend their show. They few friends at a party Tuesday evening yesterday for St. Augustine, to takea .QoI-O-H>loO-l-O-loO-l-oI-o-z..o i +Ot <>l-OK yl

t M:: <<;r 'A lot of new g-oods. at Brill's. will perform once a day each day ot -. position in the office of the Dally )

'" the carnival at 3:30: p. m. in the Fire Record. # t
. base ball club 00,000.00
DeLand
- 1-.rt The goes Mrs. J. D. Newkirk and two daughters -
over to Urxnond to play a game with men's Headquarters on Indiana ave G
- have arrived from East Orange, Mr. ani Mrs. D. H. Gomersall arrived -

}T't l t' the While Ormond ii| Orniunii hotel our team buys on will Saturday.be the: uue. never They have before several witnessed unique lu features this- M. J., and are the guests of Mrs So- ;yesterday from Camden, N. J, Is the amount of business we !r z-.

. guests of Messrs. Price and Anderson phia Banta on Wisconsin avenue and are as usual at the Putnam for '

. t at thj hotel. ,I part of the country marvelous; such as two-faced Limbo Mrs. Newkirk is Mrs. Banta'a mother.Mr. the season. Mr. Gomersall has, since would like to do this year.
and Lumbo, tbe
', Call ac E. II. Hayward's for peach I his arrival, telegraphed&: for a party
trees adapted to our locality. Also twins who sing simultaneously with John L. Chandler, chairman of of friends:: who will probably arrivein

s'' pear, plum, pecan;: and grape vines in their two mouths and execute a moat the Volusla. County Board of Public DeLiind. next week. WE'LL
variety. Now ia the lime to plant. unparalleled: drill. Patrick Flanne- Instruction, and !Superintendent: Bert --.-
lie baa the stock foi you now. Prices and Mike O'llooligan exhibit a Miss Fannie Iloby, who will be re- -
gan the
theloweat. Fish are attending,! meeting of:
I I Attorney Alexander has purchased new clog and sing a most fetching County School Superintendents, with membered by De Landites of the 80's, ,. lake\ it to your interest to y

:r. \V. A. Uammerly's interest in the song. Mtne. Youthful reveals her ,' the Southern Educational Board, at sends rnu': NEWS a marked copy of deal here and toward '
Gad Bryan-Abbott. property at New life's desire with a moat pathetic Gainesville this week. the Haverhill (Mass.) Gazette of January help us

Smyr::! a. grace. Her winning manners capti- -- ; 29, with the following account that
Marsh Bros will be pleased to serve vate the entire audience. Plal 'a- Under the auspices of the Epworth ot a music recital: : figure.ALCOTT.. .
all their old customers and 100 new
I Beef Pork Veal tion sketches;: and melodies are also League, Rev. A. Smith will deliverhis Mr. Hill's music rooms barely held -!
:.'Y., ones with the finest ,
,."" I Mutton, etc.? In town. Interspersed by other famous artists lecture on "Abraham Lincoln" the audience /gathered yesterday af-

On Friday, night O. S. McElroj and the whole concludes with a grand ____ __ ___ ___ __.. __ _. __ __ __ ._ __ ____ ____ .5
thought. he heard some one trying to OPERA, The Shining Stars"", of whichare ..ooo.oooo.oo.o.o0.00.0,'O*o.-o.o.-o.-o.-o.o.o .l! .
.. get into his house.: : He lighted a lamp 1\1 me. La Warble, Madam Night '

he and discharged rushed out with live a times.revolver. If, which there engale, Sig. Vunderwho, and Slg.Mighart. -DON'T BE DECEIVED I) < o-l-O+O+Ot-O-I-o-l-o-z.n.I-O+O+O+C>IoI

was: a burglar, and Oliver hit him / Remember they only give I
when;: he tired: the poor cuss must have one performance each day and only I } 7

been blown into atoms too small to charge the small admission fee of ten I "All coons (don't) look alike to me, "
' rind. One of tbe bullets went through cents. The entire proceeds will be !I
J. H. Gentry's front door, two blocks donated to the public I ool. I you, or anyone else. Neither are all

awar. Florida meats tough; and if you will c
Upon invitation the Independent : i4
let
U Arms only us we
Band went up to the College
"OLD ANSE'S"> NEW MOVE.fnmonn .
Tuesday evening and serenaded Mr. :: r. REWARD comes to wise people"
Stetson, wbo was the largest donor to WE CAN AND WILL i
Cl the funds for equipping the band. City Bpcehall Treitaurer Captain of Chlc.lro.to Ran Par who take advantage of every opportunityof
The "boys"were taken in and refresh:
merits served. !Mr. Stetson will probably Captain Adrian C. Ansou is a candidate CONVINCE YOUof making moneysaving purchases. 4

h build the long-wished-for band for city treasurer of Chicago on The 'importunity; .) is Here and the time
stand-then we shall have some out- the Democratic ticket, says tbe New
door concerts. I York World. Mayor Harrison Is buck- is :sway.< __-
this fact. We have on sale a full line I-
Ten NEWS, through/ its accommodating Ing him, and as the mayor will run for R3t laru': iS Spax Ixma.n. :.
con cspondeut, Miss Babcock, Ibo fourth term Auson is expected' to of Fine Juh'rr4'udc.'I' Florida 'Jlcei': t

is building up quite a good business go In with him Also a comp1e't.e stock Western :Meats w
Orange City. Nearly everybody In 1 I "Yes, I 11m a candidate for nomination : ..
that; thriving little town now reads for city treasurer" said Auson. i
E. L. McBride :
the paper every;: week, and this. fact ,I eve cot' n chance. The city treasur- Mini, 'I t1 1)\.TE'I'I'Corner :,
is recognized by Messrs. J. U Graham craliip has more attractions for we airer.
f & Sun, J. \V. Clark and William Kol-
than tile pennant used to have in my o-04-o.0--oJO--o.-Q+O..o---o.0'-o.0-.0-.0.-o.0.0.0..O.0.0'0.O.0._ '
man, Orange City merchants, who use -------- --------- ---- ,
baseball days. I know the others whom --- -- - --
T HIE NEWS to reach their patrons. 'e after It are old and wise lu the political next Tuesday evening at 7:30: in the ternoon for his recital. The artists. IO-AG 0 t O i Oi-0FO KI tf
THE! NEWS has received the first issue but watch we. I'll throw ;
game First M. E. church.
of the Manatee Record, the new 'em out nt first. fli'sih'er offering were Mrs. Allie Wilson, Miss"' Lottie Opportunity
paper issued: at Manatee by Starke will be taken.\ !Morse, and Mr.: Hoyt of the Pen
\ hard fight ahead of met Maybeit J
Seldon Marsh, formerly of DeLand, tucket orchestra. I <,
a It. but that's all right. I'm used to Sit. ASH! KK.
Farmer. The Record has
J.
B. .
,,, and e M Q: to get a a
luml flxhls. The way I figure It my
the earnest support of the citizens: off There once was a niJ* young Mr.
*''' Manatee, WDO guaranteed and secured election will be Just like pulling down :'tIre.11>::1011 1 U>: the daughter of Mrs. '
Who loved
else's
some one nr.
5 a large number subscribers for the nn easy! (pop-up 011 the infield That III Mary Cotlln Cleaveland of DeLand Sewing Machine
first issue. The paper is well printed because Chicago people know me und When he asked her to wed Flu., and ha..l1vcd. DeLand until this
and a credit to that thriving/ little like)\ me. They know I'm on the square. She just nodded her head], She is winter
the
.
town front., which la: rapidly forging to the They know I played honest bull. That's So he promptly got up and he kr. >in season.: Uaverbill, at spending the home of Mr. :: (Cheap) r
a pretty sign/ I'll play honest with
goat Charles Collin, Auburn for the
street,
The popular young lady and popular the public: n < the people make me a BIBLE READING!
young man !questions were definitely public official. purpose of taking/ lessons of Mr. Hill. .: $35.00 Cash
settled by THE NEWS contests last The Bible reading by Kev. J. D. :Mrs Wilson", Is naturally musical, and
The next popular content Smith at the Baptist. church last Friday -
spring. .
her careful has added much to
Plan to Keep MnoUlnnw Strait Open. study :
will"be for the "Queen of the Carnival A company has been formed In Milwaukee was well attended and fully appreciated her trchnlc; her execution yesterday :: will buy a Late Style
which will be conducted next
,
week. The voting will be conductedat with a capital of SU OO.OUO to I by those>: present. These stood well the test of a diversified .. Drop-Head, Oak Walnut Finish,
Fudger's and Fisher's.. Votes will build three huge ice crushing boats to readings will be continued every Fri. pro raDlme, The Bach numbers were

cost one cent eacb, and the result will Loop the strait of Mackinaw open for day afternoon at 3 o'clock: during played understandingly, the Gigue/ Domestic Sewing IVIa.cIiine.J. ,
.
e be announced every morning and ferriage throughout the winter, says February and March. Tbe service Is with clearness and the
vivacity, con-
on a blackboard. Several::! ('oromercllddvertlller..
posted York
the New
'' young men at the University, each of The boat are to be ready by the w lai- welcome.St.interdenominational. ; everybody; Is trasting Bourree with strength and 2 THKFURNITURE: HOUSEOP
GO
F ALLEN &
.. J.J F. I
I
whom is Interested in a young,! lady tor of 1004. Instead of being after the I breadth. The Schubert Impromptus: VOLUSIA COUNTY.
think is lu real 2 .
whom they ; a queen usual model, which is a boat that Barnabas Episcopal church next wert' treated cares in&lyevery&: beauty __"
l.fe, will engage: in the contest for >!10101001o I +I 0.1 ,
0-1-0+i 0 fC I
and crushes it musician and
I the ice developed as only a mu-
nudes on
,
their favorites and there are one or up Sunday, February 8, the services. will a
down with its weight, these boats will sic-lover could do it. The lovely melody ,
two young men down town who think; be, 10 a. m. children's service and Sun- -- --- - -- -- -- ---- \,
have the The be equipped with a steel ram twenty- in ErotlK made charmingly
they met queen. pro school 11 Grieg's was::
day a. choral service
ceeds will be equally divided between five feet long: which will rip the ice ; m., evident. The Nevin number was DeLand f
the Fire Department and public and throw It off on either side. They with sermon. Prayers every Wednesday -
school funds. will cost $100,000 each. and Friday at 4 p. m. brilliantly executed. The Sonata
Saw and Mills and
came aa a climax and wall surprisingly Planing Novelty Works.
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--
Mr. H. R. Wardell. la shaking hands strong and effective. ...,,;..... .l).
J. CAIRNS and ,
T.
with his many friends in DeLand this Proprietor Manager. ..d

week. Mr. Wardell, who is popularly Contractor Boynton U. making extensive Manufacturer of- :

Why are called "Teddy" because of bit repairs to the Sawyer buildingon .Dressed & Rough Lumber ;:
the Boulevard.
(sometimes) likeness to the president '
Nunnarfy has been suffering froma severe: 5. Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. :: J'

I 1:4: .. attack: of lagrlppe, and came to De- PUTS AN END -TO IT ALL.A CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Will furnish plans and specifications and ...i;

Land to recuperate because he knew grievous wail oftimei cornea as estimates. Special machinery at mill for ., I ci44s ., .
there health a result of unbearable pain from over- finishing work ready to put in place. Employ &good mechanics and guarantee '' "
Candies i :. was more good on tap taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache, nrst-class! work in every particular ,.'
.t
here than
anywhere else in the United Liver complaint and Constipation. But J

r States. ,thanks to Dr King's New Life Pills
: always fresh? they put an end to it all. They are r>fe {
a Capt. Cliff Harris of St. Francis BOND ,
gentle but thorough. Try them. Only lUMggRoOMPANY
They are made and shipped by was a pleasant caller at THE NEWS 250.: Guaranteed by W. A. Allen and ;i'T'....... ,
office on.Tuesday. Mr. Harris was ''G. W. ,Fisher, druggists. ;,,: t ,
: express AFTER our order is ------ Yards at the ''' .j
Before purchasing Lumber, call at oar Depot, DeLud.t8: r''t,

received. On sale atFUDGER'S Prices on all kinds of f i:'


FOR Cabinets.Photographs Covers. Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceilii& '|,r4'r,:
s. Panels on Malden Board. ,
I A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards

..,. Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Ea ellil,. "'i' '
YOU Turningsr"9rlak'and
,Mouldings
We. Study to Fleaie. .

.. MISS NEAL STUDIO. ;;"7 .
I. ( Everything in the Lumber_ LiES:. Orders'd UTTS4Y.

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I ; .' to adjournment .
.at F" To take cot.!. It's so common to neglect

I ..-r.1 i ..', *". E. Bond, chair- the cold. That is one reason why there -01' DE LAND.MRS. .- '

j At 700( inilcBride, K. D. ro.oke. are so ninny people with "deep-ee ted." :_ __ _. -- - 1a.
- DeLa.nd
-
,-rs, T. J. Murray and S. D. stubborn coughs, and so many more with .
I. Meni r A Kt .-Jerk. lung trouble." VI DA Z. BAEKECKB M. D., "'-...

,: it ..iinutea of last meeting read and on The short quick way to cure a cough and W. P. CHASE, .... .
; motion Physician Surgeon.
duly approved and signed. Is to use Dr. Tierce's

The following road .' Golden Medical% Dis J ;
and
I I --. 0' bridge reports !I.- Ne..-York Ave., DeLand. Fla. Office House Proprietor. ,
I -'kP were submitted: covery. The quickerthis 10 A. M to U M.; >a> to 4 and T to \it .. M.p ,
? ? Strain Af"lw" District No. I.-One mile of shell layed remedy] is lined the -

". ".u.r. of OpIDl on Osteen and Enterprise road and quicker the cure. But -EO. A. DAVIS, M. D.,

l 1)1.uluces l' itsinee o( 111.Li' completion of pine straw road from even when neglect haslet BLACK SMITH

.. Enterprise disease fasten on Physician and Surgeon i
to Orange
_,etJ.ourls5Itorm.tIo. City. "Golden f I" i>,
District No. Completion of De- the lunMs OlSoejIoursi 8 A, M.to 12 M.; 1 to Sand 7 to ;'JWAGON
.ll : of Judge William R. Land Medical Discovery" P 8P.II. __- 0 AND $ -
and Lake Helen pine straw road be relied on to Special attention to midwife and surgery :
j..rcer In college are In course of may
T c and repairs on Glenwood and DeLeon iu ninety- ftc, .1 Calls answered at.any hour. Office in resIdenco SHOP j
b cure
!{ ?Ojral) ] now tbat his name has becu shell road.District. eight cases out of ievery ._. House., Indiana Avenue west of Court -
5'ought once more Into prominence
No. 3.-Repairs on Seville hundred. /7
says the special correspondent of the and DeLand road and free The motive ova) All kinds, ol Repairing "i-
paths only
on |_
New York Post He Is DR. S Done Promptly and at ,,J;
Washington. DeLand and Glenwood and DeLand for substitution is O. R. HUNTER .
u graduate of Michigan university and and DeLeon roads. to the dealerto a Reasonable Trices. ,
permit .
A practitioner of 27 year, In New Y,.rk City
hL / while there lived for a time In the family District No. -Rcpatrs on Daytona make the little now loomed on New York Aveuup, opposite HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.sco'ri' ..

Mrs. llsb. }rTE; of Judge Cooley afterward the dlstlcgulabed and Ormond and Daytona and Port of extra less profit meritorious paid on the medi sale] I I Prescriptions College Austrian Arms Hotel.Homeopathic medlolnes .

r chairman of the Interstate Orange roads.

I "::;::;t.t"Itlo.-- !, commerce commission. Day was then, District No. 5.-No reports. cines. lIe gains. You lose. oiled at ottloe. IIODGKJNS) >:

......... .. Th.... as now, spare of stature and not par On motion the pension claims of Jes- Therefore accept no substitute JOHN MACDIARMID M. D., :

I .fcelve the) most", tips ticularly robust looking, but wiry and see Yelvington and T. C. :Marlow were for "Golden Medical Discovery. NOT ''E Of PLICATION FOK TAX g
, Ulgo inter Ocean are usu- approved.On "I nra fceliiiff quite well." writes Miss DorcasA. Physician and Surgeon.A DEEU; tJNDEHtC'.l'ION: 8 OF
of strong vitality with a fair taste for .. D. C.
J. >vit, of No. 1129 34th St.. Washington CHAPTER LAWS OK! FLOR
'T f'll-J.\i.llle: who have everlasting. and out of door sports, especially running motion the following revolver "iIy couch! i i. very much, better nnd I owe It all General Practitioner not a Specialist 4888 4
IDA.XTOTICE.
d' uke patience those who do not and jumping and not a bad ball play. bonds were approved and the clerk instructed to t,>r. Picrce's too much Goldrn: in praise Medical of the Discovery.medicine.ICatiit Office over Fisher's Drug Store. Hours: 9 to ". ...

.sUy take an Insult who over have a er. His most conspicuous) characteristic to issue license therefore a. I had been Hay quite n sufferer for a long time ana ....!18; 1 to 1 and 7 tot. IN Is hereby and given C.that A.Thomas Hull, C. ,.]
1 Uudillimton I I Mm. piircliuscrs -
follows afU-r Doctor Pierce's Common Sense
'. pleasant smile for their pntrnns, who was bla self poise In matters of : S. W. Bishop Mamie Bennett MedicAl reading Ailvlicr thought I would try his'Golden S. MCNSON M.Homeopathic. of Tux Certificate No. IflSflK, dated :.t
try earnestly to plonso hem and are opinion. There Zack Batton, S. O'Quinnc J. H. Medical Discovery.' I commenced tnking; it in A. I ho sill! day of Juno. .. .0. 1898. have tiled said c ,
was nothing aggressiveor Lord. well for a long I ecrllllcHte la my ollloe, anil havu! made sppllcntlon -
Ma Had not been sleepiiiB
d always ready to accommodate every I bumptious about him, but a judgment tiniiTook) isou. one tca,,p ( A waiter should him- On motion the clerk was instructedto au with law. SulJ certificate embraces tho ,,,1. P Plowing ;
4 ; one. never place Goldcii ae.IIrII' Di.covcry and 'slept nearly
I, elf in a position of expectancy: the once formed was sufficient for purchase the necessary blanks for night i without. :: cougli.ig.: i40 I contued taking Offloe second door south ol' Fisher's drug store described prul'erty.ltuatod In VoluslH' '... ....;....,\
him till some one could bring him a of it. Inm III IIrellt.v"pRlhywilh everybody who Oinue Hours 10 to M A. M-i; 8 totandl to county Florida lo-wlt: '
matter of and nuould use justice's of the peace. for 8P.M. yfat of -Mof ,wM and of M of "
receiving a tip first sulTcrm with A cOII lh.: 1 had I been a sufferer Si f wU ne 'if
: Avoid approaching a If he Bees rate reason for changing It, and it On motion the county auditor's annual more than ten year*. I tried lots of dIfferent nwU auction: 2. Tp 1H1"! KHnirtt tit E, SO acres. t!'
: gnest made no visible difference to him report was examined and ,,,.diel..e) anil dilfereiit, doctor. but did not feel Thv snld Imid bulnir. nsHt-ssed at thu date of :t'
him in tbe act of drawing change from whether his approVe "much better. I coilulled until com" me ncta pit- JB.) W. S. TAYLOH, the ISHimncuof such certificate, in tile name
his pocket. A waiter shonllllw"CI' companions generally ed.On ting I blocKl. hut now I feel much stroUK"" and or Alice Puree Unless, said oertlllunte shall
poses shared It or not. He was very studious motion the criminal court cost I am I'litirelv well. Dr. plerWs Golden Medical I be r. deemed acoordlna to luw tax ilred will .
an object of pity with 11 view to securing bills UiBCOvcryfutlie best medicine I laveever taken. Surgeon-Dentist. IHHIIU thereon! ou the Dill day of March A D. .,..
though not in the
belonging "grub"category were examined and aproved for
"
.. a tip. If he deserves a tip he My huuie is in Willintnsnurg Virginia. (IINUI.,
and his uueffuslve $30.41 and the clerk instructed Witness officIal signature. and Ibis
quiet, to issue la Office over Fisher's Drug Store. DeLand Flu my sen
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets are a -
should let the guest feet within himself .
and his warrants therefor. thu! (6.h day February, A D. 1 03.Seul
manner almost shy way of retiring dies laxative. No other medicine equals SAM'L D. JORDAN
[ J
deserves If
that be It, nnd the guest
within himself when he preferred On motion Sheriff Turner was instructed them for gentleness aud thoroughness. JAMES E. ALEXANDER Clerk Circuit Court Volusla. County. Flit :_
him he will
;iw-Isbes to give a tip usually reflection to make all purchases of
to conversation werea materials
manage to catch the waller's attentionor bar to his making any very vIolent for the use of couity prisoners I i'1'.;;;:,41 iviMnt.ii.n-' ; ":: -lu*' t'iiviniiurreiit i AttorneyatLaw.Will : NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX 1i

or leave the tip beside the plate. Should: personal attachments among his fellows at work on the county roads or in jail Pit .iti I Uiroiik'li I It. and en:lieht'ut heat lallnw Practice In State nnd Federal Courts. lKEL: UNDER NKOTION; 8 OK CHAP- ..'

the waiter receive a tip previous to though all held him In respect. and to procure tool stains for each I ; (ii'tiorntt'il, to ht'itt the \vuter. The iSSues: Honms 1 and 2, Brush Block DB TEU: 48S8 LA.WS UFFLOBIDA.V .'

:waiting on the guest, he should! leave The expression of Mr. Day's (lace always commissioner's district.On lirnt" of the wire ciinnot rise much be- LAND FLORIDA. Is hereby gIven that Thoa. C. Bnd1 ''

.' U lying on the table nod then do bis motion F. E. Bond and associates youth that of the >U'<% because of tbe > dlnKtoi and Mrs. C. A. Kali, purchasersor ."
impresses first observers with the | FISH I TUX c'erlltlcnte No hIM' ilatt'd the 8th dny !
level best to earn it. notion of melancholy and It Is not till were granted the right to operate and eontiiitioiis cirt-tilatiou of wntrr, so that BERT of June A D. It-Ot. bus Shell Hntd certificate -4!

S SEND maintain an electric railway along the I nu feuininy be eiitrrtiiliit'd', of burning my ulllc", and has miult nppllciitlon for tax .. ..,
after
acquaintance has ripened pret. tel d to IBHUO, in nccurdance with Inw. Saidcertlfioalu ,
OF BITTER FIGHT. ty well tbat the dry, quaint humor north fifteen feet of the public road as cut the wire The circuit cain be closed Attorney-at-Law, nuiliriices tbe following described aptulerty
,. now layed out, from Blue Lake to the situated In Volusla county, r'lorlda, -.
the
01' upi'Mfd' by opcnilliiK the plug nt ;
'Two physicians had a long and stub behind the solemn expression peeps out eastern limits of the of DeLand Practicing In all State add Federal Courts. lo-wll "
city
: born fight with an abcess on my right here and there. On the class day of and from the western limits of the city, bulloin of (ii.' dovlce\ which Is adapted Civil attention.or Criminal business given careful. Lot II and, w6, of.nc)4) Section :S, !Tp'189, J:,;
Kaiiite :34 E, SOT aurec.TbOHiildluud :
.; lung" writes J. F. Hughes of DuPont, tbe class of 1870 to which Day belonged of DeLand to the St. Johns River; the to tilde lid WI.11 two sprIng contact being sfssed ot tbodatoof ;'..j
Ga. "and Everybody the read l iiecOM( CoMiiins the terminals of the the lusuiinco. ol Hiich eerilflcrttu In tbu mime .
gave me up. "prophet" a poetical said F. E. Bond and associates, AMES W, PERKINS,
thought time had come. As a last forecast of the of agreeing heating!; jncill 11 in.Til J of Allco I'nroo.:: ;; Unless' said I cortiflcato: shah .
-"t. my careers the several to put any part of said county road l> rciloeinod Aucordlnx tu law, lux iloed will .j'1

::1 resort I tried Dr. King's New Discov. graduates elect, In which these lines that may be in any way disturbed by tUllE---A-COI.1--> -IN-ONKIJAY- Attorney-at Law. I IUO.I.issuutiier&'ouioii tuu tith day of March A. D. (.'
for Consumption. The benefit I 1'1
ery occurred: them in as good condition as they Take Laxative Witness. my offielal slirnnture! nnd seat this ,jJ
received was striking and I was on my Day is a dismal undertaker, drives a found it. Broroo Quinine Tab Solicitor' Criminal Court of Record. Will practice the 1 Dili ilny of February. A I). 1IKU. ;,;j
feet in a few days. Now I've entirelv rushIng trade, On motion the of for lets. All druggist! refund the money In all. courtu. within; the mate nf Florida i (Hfiil..dlr\'ult) SAM'L u. JORDAN,

regained my health." It conquers all And also drives a solemn hearse, keeps building vault was letting deferred contract to March : If it falls to cure. I E. W. Grove's ,. lube over Voluala. County Bank. Clerk Court. Volusla, County, Fla.NOTIOK .1...0''
in
't coffins ready made; signature on each box. 2oc.
Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung OF! APPLICATION) Fun TAX
meeting.
Hs advertises to look sad and .rOLU8IA COUNTY
troubles. Guaranteed by W. A. Allen we p-himself DKED U.VDKB SKUTION; 8 OF
.
at least The treasurer then presented his report 1>1''c'ltr.I"n.: V ABSTRACT COMPANY

and G. W. Fisher, druggists. Price soc, And furnish mourners If required at just for the month of January with his Neil -lb... 1 snld I Ivis his pearl. (!\PPEB 4888 LAS OF FLOR u ,., :
and $I.oo. Trial bottles free. six bits apiece. S. B. WILSON, MANAGER. ll).\.
books and accounts which were duly examined le11l'I: 1 trill's he wanted to string
: I Hs keep. a mining engineer to scoop the and approved and paid war' Abstracts furnished and title. perfected NOTICE.Is hereby<< given that Abraham M. :
*>. narrow craves; you.-I'hlhulelpliiu Ivecord. Kest to Volusla County liana:, Ul'. purchaser, of Tax ('url itcitte
) j pr f> Tbe American Iran "Plant." The scooping the pleasant part that Mr., rants ordered destroyed. I DeLand. Fla.H. 71-: dHti'd theiSt! day ol July A. !>., 11WO,
Statement from ---- ---- baa tiled 1 said i-vrilflcntt' In lay office and bus
The Englishman was being properly Waters plays.It report: :
SUICIDE PREVENTED.I I m t.lp iitpllentlon tor tax ileed to ISHIIH Into- i.
% surprised at the rapidity with which might have been tbe HUTCHINSON oidanee, .
painful duty The A. w lib law Said oertlflonie embraces ,
General revenue balance . .$ 612.60 startling announcement that a tin tli-.crllifd
rollowInK allualed In
the of his property
skyscraper was golug
:
up. biographers to record Day's faIl- Road and bridge,; balance. . 100.03 preventive of suicide had been discovered Notary Public. V.ilimln county' Florida :
"Dean me! he exclaimed, "it seems ure to get through college. In mathematIcs Fine and forfeiture balance. will interest many. A run down my 4-Stlei: t nO-IOthsof Wit, ftt, J.Hke Helen. "i'tt I
;, as if your buildings grow as rapidly as he was, if not a dull scholar/ at ai2I94The The BH''.1| 'land being unseHHi'd at tile date of '
Heal
system. or despondency invariably precede : Dealer in Estate. t II' I las,, cce 'f. Much ceitillcatH in he name
;your maize. least a most uninterested one. He miscellaneous bills against the suicide and something; has been I i>l H P. .in l.anil. UnleM onld: crrilflcato; shall ,

"Yes replied tbe westerner unblusbIngly would overcome his difficulties by dogged then examined and found that will prevent that condition Taxes paid and assessments attended to foi ie redeemed according, ,to law, tax deed willSRue J
county were : ap non-residents. DoLand. Fla. thereou oo Ibo 9th day. of March,
"and the process of raising them hard work but it was always a proved. which makes suicide likely. At the A. l). 1IH I.W.tn..s.

Is much the same." hateful task and he made no secret of Jim thought of self destruction take I my official signature. And seal Ibis 1
tho liii' .-"br' 19UH
"Fawncyl Won't you explain further the fact lie did manage to get Klociric( Bitters. It being a great tonic ALLEN M. D., PH.D. (!\..IJ'"f: ) :: ir'Er D. JORDAN

w ?" through, and with a reasonable stand- and nervine will strengthen the nerves |' E.T. Clcik I'll cult Court, of Vulu.hl Couoty. 11.

"Well, you see we Just pet an iron Ing on this line of study though another and build up the system. It's also a I Oculist ami AurJst. In-tircuitCourt----, 7th-judicial Circuit of--Ffor- \

4 plant put it in the ground have the affair threatened for awhile his great: Stomach. Liver and Kidney regulator Ida In and for the County of Volu h.. Ia :

; treet sprinklers water It, and In a chance of graduation.It Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed ; I Do Land Mon'aye.ov.'r Allen's Drug Store Chancery. I{> .. .
.
t month or six weeks the skyscraper is appears that while be was a seniora hy \\'. A. Allen and G. 'V. Fisher, Orlando. Weilt.ajdays, Lartiguu'a House Uachel John Complalntant ) 1

g fuU grown." group of members of his class got druggists. __________. ._.. _________ Ocala Thui'sd ')'''. Mont turns folin Johnuon vs.-Defendant. J] ..

And taking another breath, the cousin up a burlesque ou the programme of ---- -- Gainesville I Saturdays, Brown House It Dppenrlnir by the affidavit of the Complainant .. ,.V .(

c from overseas managed to believe the junior exhibition. Such publications in the above euuseitlnit the residence ;

ij It.-Men>pidfii) Commercial"..Appeal.. were against the rules of the unlver- of unknown thu Defendant but l believed John Johnson to be within Is to the affiant(lnled _' I I
11'1' '
:-.----.- persons desiring\ a quantity of THE WAVERLY
_a'\ city and offenders! were often severelypunl"c.1. l flutes; that the defcnduut. John Johnson .'._11'
.1L.rOray'iSwoetPowdersSr to it water ui,5i.lioit notice the wat rLeatcI' 1M over the. cite Twenty-one years anil thatthere .
Vj: Ou
Children this occasion the
faculty ,
.
Is
no person III this "state the service of
made now described will prove particularly ,I'bln signature ii on every box: of tile genuineLaxative 1I0WEIlAVE.., DKLAND FLA. wbom would bind
Successfully used by Mother Gray a searching investigation finally process ou l the said Defend
valuable, though It will loll .ant.
$c [ j nurse In tbe Children's Home In New roundiug up a lot of the young fellows Bromo-Quinine Taweu Now open for Ilio season IfOK-O.! Table iup It Is thereupon
ordered that
T+ Cure found useful on nil occusloui requlrl*; "" T.in.dv that ei.ru eoM In on lsk7' plied with the 1>...1 II,.. maik alfor York Feverlsbness and cndnnt John
1jJ; Bad Stomach putting them through a fire of I _. Johnson be ami he is required
Lot water writer In the Scientific : - Terms reaaonablc. to thvJIIll. .
,'JiiJ:. Teething Disorders move and questions and cross questions, afterward Buys ttppear! to Complaint herein on or
American. Tlie device is designed efore> the First Monday In March A. I>. lUUi).
regulate the Bowels and Destroy retiring to a private room to discuss One Cent Word MRS. M. U DRAKE Proprietress. elnif the 'Jnd day ot said Montbotherwise' the
5r2 Worms. Over 30,000 testimonials. the results and formulate a judgment. to rapidly heat flowing water or If t a
A ; They never fall. At druggists, 25c. used lu connection with a reservoir to fondant and the Complainant will have leave
Somebody-tradition has It that MELROSE HALL to proceed ex pnrte.. againSt him.
sd FREE. ,
Sample Address Alien d.Olmated .
beat water circulating therefrom and -- -- --- -- ----- It Is furt her ordered tnat this order liepntIsbcd
-
; Le Roy/ N. Y. Day was the man-suggested that the thus store up a quantity of hot water. .Advert,Isemunts of ttMi word" or more under for four consecutive weeks, In tbe De-
t student "suspects" should bore a hole thl- licail Inserted rnOHNK, :- : CENT:- \VOKD. MRS. W. W. ALCOTT PROP. Jind 1 Weekly :News;; a Newspaper published l at ,
L 4p through the floor of the apartment In The reservoir or water tank Is pro- null) I In advance. eiu-li Insertion. No iidvertlscnients De Land., in said County of Voluslu and State: .
1 k. vldoj with two pipes connected at their accepted. l for less thnn 10 cents the Entire Year. of Florida. $
which the faculty conference was to -u Open Witness my hand and seal of said Court at '
j rt VALUABLE OLD MAP. be held. This was done; the entire pro lower ends by a U shaped coupling. LOST OR FOUND. the Court House in DeLand Volusla' County,
One of these pipes, which Is provided Opposite the College Arms Hotel Bate*, .Florida this Sn'l l day of February A. D. 1UU3.
.
;: _. ceedings were noted down by hidden I O1T-In I1t".n1t' -r. a pair iroldj to tu $10 per wuok. A comfortable. family BAM'I.: IJ. JORDAN ,
Panorama of Constantinople lu 1SSUDlnoovered with means for heating the water con- .. Tnp.h.r. C SII'L: ] i
eavesdropper, a burlesque on the j hiiwed ,,,' ph-an. leave bolel; good tablu.MRS. Clerk of tlroultC urt. .)"
.vt.- In Leyden. Dreka's. and, receive, a reward.! Win Ware. ---. ---- --- ,
meeting was prepared, and the professors -
----- NOI1C1-. : Ul AI'PLltiAIION: KOlt TAX
Dr. E. Oberlimnuier of the University .
were actually put into so ridiculous C. P. SWIFT DEKH '
MISCELLANEOUS. UNOEH SEOTION 8 OP) CHAP-
t of Munich discovered recently iu .. .. : .;;
-- ------- '
a light tbat to save their own TEK4888, LAWS! OF KLOUIDA.
, tbe University of I-eyden In Holland your sorond-hnnd goods to McCor- ''it
BH1XCJ
I faces they dropped tbe whole matter. ii, nOrthwest corner Houle\-ard and Boarding. NOTICE I Is hereby given that Lewis Young '
;iW a panorama of Constantinople executed This direct manner of procuring Information hid! avenue.Ve> buy anil, sell! anything anti (The Olive Branob.) .... or Tux Certificate No. Hsj, '
In 155! by a German artist, :MelchlorLorlchs l''pr'rl.llllluS'l'ul.. fwi-tf uted. tile Ud day of July A ii luoo, baa 'r'it.
doubtless was only a forerun --,-. liLd ash) oei'tlnuate, I in I my elliotaii.l baa made '
. under the protection of the Boulevard next to Presbyterian Chureb ppllcaiion, for tax ileeif .
tolnsne In
of
ner the tactics employed nearly thirty s.- acoord.aoe
FOR RENT. Open the year 'round! and guests will 1 find with low. Salil cerilfleate
,
Imperial ambassador at the court of ------ --- good Table' : embrace I ha
years later In Washington In the I rooms. supplied with tbenest following described
) \ Sultan RENr-r'otarPon' Minnesota .avnnue, In the market. Hates prupnrty situated In.Vo-
4' Suleiman the OI'l'at. the 1.OR Reasonable usla
'. says case of Dupuy de Lome and the fatal ,," the University. Inquire of Mrs. F. county Florida, Inn II:
'iL 1.. News. The Lota nnd hr.-e. lilock nine,Orange .
Chicago map In remarka- letter. I' C. ( HRtn 31 'I City
Tbe lanJ ;
DAVIS being asseused ut the date of
HOUSE
-.- ; 'tIe for the clearness of Its outlines.WTj . 'he'Issuance'
= = = -- -= -: '" of such cerlltlciitu In the
'oa KENT::;; name .
.. -Cottnire on Boulevard north of
-It shows the Turkish/ of Mary. James.. Unless. said cert Itloate. shall
if. capital beginning I 1"nl'ol'll111. urulsbcd. Apply to C. O.
ft THREADED NEEDLE IN BABE I b.
> redeemed
according to law
tax
'-' at the end of CodriiiKtou. UBS. B. B. DAVIS, PROPRIETRESS, deed will
.: Bosporus the Golden l.slI" Ihereon on the 23.1 day of February! ,
..L I J, JbOtJ,
Horn.
Knot on the Skin Leads to sv StranweDUooverjr. FOR SALE. No 021 Boulevard. .Witness\ my offlelal flgnature and seal this :J"
; Colors have been so carefully applied -- I the Me: I day of January A. D lUtti.
' to the pen drawing that the arcb- While a teii-montb-old child of Hai.ry VOt SALE-Six-main: .. houee, barn, good .1.10 per day; $7.50 per week. Special rate I (Swill) SAM'L D. JURDAN a
hay mow. sited for tools: liv's to families or for season.TUNNEtt Clk! Circuit C">urt Voluala County, Floiijs. i -
t Itectural peculiarities of 1339 may easl- McKinley at Burnham, near Lewiston acres.I iiiu'l: ; City water ai'l uooil well; fruit ---_ ,

; c ----Jy be compared with those of the present Pa., was creeping about the flooron r-CM le. "rs.pe Inquire, vlnv ot C,. M.'tc.01' 5(5I lit.'...cash.I. J. DI'o"aw.8 P&ittt'Cttil HOUSE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX_ "J :.

day. The structure and equipment Jan. 6 It was beard to utter a DEED UNDER SECTION OF CHAP. ,..
I4Ioit 2 SALE-A fast stylish driving and aadilM .- TER 4SS8 LAWS OF Jl1.
of the
vessels. in the Bosporus are distinctly scream says the Philadelphia Press. hoiiHs -OP''N ALL TUB YEAR- FLORIDA
I. : perl'iH-tly gentle for lady; not
revealed. The panorama is The mother could find nothing wrong iit'ruM,' nf cum' ; 8 yeiirj old; Al family bonw Corner New York and NOTICE i Is hereby given that Luo O.tana;, ;
Florida Avenues worthy, purchaser of .
Tax Ceitittoai
4' eleven and a half yards long by a half with tbe child but he continued to riTe U. LI. Jiickson, iJcLund.. I 1-23-tf Do Land, Florida. l;:O.IERdttcd; the 3d duiy of July, A.D. 1900' bsi*. i!

yard wide. The kaiser has pronounced evidence of suffering until the other ----- leilsHld I certificate my office and baa made .
Location 'ff
plea t
I.'OR !I.\I.E-noo,1 Square| Piano. Chea *in healthy and homelike.Rates jplljatlon for Tax ". I issue
It the most important artistic and his morning, when the mother saw a small I Inquire of Mrs.V. U. Tawney DeLand.8 '1.110 pe day. Special rate by the to> law.: Said certificate emtg aces the aooorillnsT follow- J, '

'_ti.torical discovery of recent times aD4k.has black spot on one of the child's hips. week., B. u. McLicop. Prop. IIIIf .le.crlb".1 property situated Ii yolusia1 !
*lAsh UKllISTEH.: : Idi'iil' C Fluurida" towlt' 1:1Jo.:
) given a large sum for a half size ,This proved to be a knot on the end ofa I > Inquiro Newi UllIee. now forsalecbesp.It( Lot II'';. sub o( L .t 8. Blk as. Dartona. ..JfJ:

,;:' reproduction: In photographic colors. black thread. ---- .- BENNETT HOUSE Tbs saul land being assessed at the date of '
..I\i : Mill wit II the issuance certllloateln 'i"
: St'GAB two kutth-a and all noces- nfU"n the name .
.t-if. S. When the mother tried to remove the utensils, for wile. Inquire of A. 8. of Lee snld certificate shall be :{o

I* K_... tbe Feet. Warm an,1 Dry thread aha found It was of considerable : DenlBon.:: Brock house, Enterprise':: Fla. JIBS. U. .. BENNETT, PROP. issue redrvmed.: according to Isw, Tax Deed will
thereon on the fth
day of
February
.m4 ,
Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease a length. She became frightened and New York DeLand Florida. .A.D. 1001) -
avenue
powder. It cures Chilblains Swollen called to a neighbor. The two women REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Wltnecs'roy. official signature and seal tbaa
Rates II I to $3 per day; $6 to 'S per week the Otli day of January. A.
t Sweatlnfr, Sore Aching, Damp feet. after much difficulty succeeded In get- bOlt fI.4.LE-1'oo rooms near Unto [CSKAL) :l'.RDAN

tj, At all druggists and shoe stores 25c. ting out a 'long thread with a needle HOUSE ; hot and cold. water; lurifo yanl; Special ratei for families or for "" 1011. Clerk CiroultCourtvoluuiacountyylorij5.
., :. plriory just coming into bearing etc. W. H.
," attached. which had evidently entered Mowers tittIOH -
(.'1' .' 'f the child's flesh and worked Its N01IOK OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
,'J;:;:, "j,.' Another llemlnder. way SALE-Ten room bouse $IW>;; 8 rooaa Miss DEED UNDER SEOTION 8 (II//
Live. of Carneglcs remind us Into the body until Its progress was $700; /A room,, houte, sane: ; 6 sere Daisy Hodges, CHAPTER 48S8 LAWS OF FLOR- ,< itAj

',r; *<;: : W. may furnish food advice stopped by -the knot on the end of the XiSCTRia WATER KBATKH. to peach. SU1)an) orchard (A.IAU;H unimproved land $Rial 1.2ft lOA, .....

I, t1 '&nellv. libraries behind us thread., talned therein, la longer than the other Estate Agent acre., DeLand. .TCHINIIONl: ->> Miss Klicker / Is berobygiventhat "...
Lily
V N. E.
it ; U we bustle for the prlc NOTICE Robert, !.
....
pipe so that the "Tax
I: POt as water Is heated It it of : CortlBoate No. 418 .
:: Wshlnrtort 'BATe of t.. Sleeping Sickness.Father will flow to -.OIt SALE-l6 acres land, 6 cleared and .ted ""o'libday' of June .. .D. isYUhssdled "
n higher level in the tank '
.. 5- Handekyn a Belgian mission .T fenced good condition for cultivation 2 said certificate In my onice andhm made ap. .!.\\.1t... ._
THE PENALTY. and the cooler water will pass down 10 acres wild. Title perfect. Apply to WIL. plication. for tax. deed" to Issue In accordance ,'em''
DEATH
t1E. arT, says that In .one village of the 1,1 AM IlEST DeLand. with law. Said certificate embraces ;-:/.1
through the shorter thus the fclw --
: A'little .thing sometimes. results infdeath. I pipe keeping I lowing deeorlbfld .I' <
j; Kongo Free State over thirty boys have DressMaking property situated Volu',
':I : .' Thus a mere scratch insignificant been stricken with the sleeping sickness I I up a circulation. A discharge cock la sia Und.ount'4 nt.lo. Florida 4'of to-wit ::10 ....,
the connected with 'the hot water pipe H. C ne 8eo28. Tp'l13... '
,' cut. or puny boils hava paid now prevalent there. They were HAVEN SO e. to .."re.. \
t"" fdeath penalty.: It .U. ;'wise tto;. haveiiVBucfcten'ijArnica through which tbe water may. be The .* 'land being assessed tbe data oi .;
|lne, healthy Intelligent negroes, but drawn off the such *"''l M"e'n' J
,, Safv ;ifver handy., as required. 'Artesian Well Contractor lies waivaof < the name *. I

I':>*jJt', '.the 'best Salve ort fcarth and will sure-, wastingawsy'' to Skeletons from 'I- Tbe beating device consists of a fine and Plain Sewing: shall be'redeeiued. SP0"0'Unless according to said law cenlaoetfi tax deed ;:;,

"': ol'preyent: fatality." when :"Barns Sores. I Itflests the effects of the disease: Their eyes wire wound In colls about the pipe, the Dealer In Aennotore. Tanks" Try, ..IlIIIne.D. 11-00.\thereon the l1.b d*' ** *.>bnf.. .. '.

: 'and i Piles Ahrea tflL' Only r r 1A.Auen'i'&ndd I I ....*,;,tJa.y*have fI'OWD'dull and coat of Repairing Pumps Windmills etc. toe l day of January'A '1'Ii '"
... W. Jb' atup4. mica or other equivalent ln.uUtlna Over Fudgeia.-r- Db1fIIB. -'A 'r ""
: .... ..'-:{. ad sftomble when they_walk -" I J I >.abstauce. The 'offer ,PeLsnd. l'lortda.o-' i ((8LAi: SAM lfu-'f'..." \ ::,.\, ,!.'
-'I.... ... ; .wlrs: m : ::, ,'-1. ''' reult Court ot.fulaaM !: ...
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