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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 13, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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; DELAND, FLA., February 10, 1903. OOOOOOOOOO >OOOOOOOOOOOOOO IAN I m.ral Merchandise I (

To Those Who Love DeLandI enthusiastic meeting of the I I 11'111 demonstrate mid talk. Interestingly" .. ,"
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during the Week beginning February Kith at .. i' ,
have com amongst you at a stage in the developmentof stockholders of the DeLand' I ... '-. ,

our .little city when the period of progress seems apt to Aquatic Club was held in the oilice of I "ab.!!ished House In the City.. : '

the Volusla County Abstract company I A 'I
be checked. Looking backward a few short years it seems the 1
Monday night. This was '
: I almost incredible that DeLand was created out af a primeval annual meeting; 124 shares of stock I llulstou Ualstoll Jh\.o"\ND' NOTIONSFor ) 1 "
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pine forest. out of total of 200 ; '
were represented a Purina vim' ,
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....y And a few years hence a new comer will take it for hares sold. I Dinner -.- ". ...

granted that DeLand was located in a dense oak hammock On motion the president appointed I f.l Savings i 1HESItalston .:_' .
lessrs. R. D. McDonald, S. A. Wood j a Hominy Oi ft
stretching from Blue-Lake to Beresford. For that and Bank
and F. E. Bond as a committee to select Boulevard.
other good things we have.to thank the father of the j -
1,1 many a board of directors for the ensuing t Will bo :
i town, H. A. DeLand. Sphinx-like from the ashes of a year and report. The commit.tee j q For Supper o. / '

.: ':' fire DeLand arose and grew again--:from the dreaded frost reported the following board, and j,i Gin 1l Free Italston llarley Food

: that withered men and groves alike DeLand has come the report was adopted: With k

1: ,- forth infant only just throwing off its J. B. Stetson, E. W. Heath, : One Left Over i t
once more a lusty
,; A. D. McBride, C. A. Miller, ',!s 5\\ 1'.veryPurchase .

elec.tric: [I. B. Stevens, V. W. Gould, fi Of Ralston{ Health Oats ; .
S. A. Wood, S. Wilson, {
' '" "' : L JOHN B. STETSON W. C. Cannons, M. Davis, Two Packages .l'
Frank :S.: Bond, George E. Davis, ,mi And 'Two :More:! it
to when needed him most of all and with
j. came us we a HaNton :;
yir mind that was quick and decisive he saw what was good R. D. McDonald.The cii Kalstou{ Purina Pau-Kake Flour ::
.. treasurer reported about$1,200a ;
01 ; .; for the town and he gave it that-he gave freely of his the cash receipts for the year, anda 1'ueilUtCereals i ] It

money in his own way--not prehaps just as others would balance of $10.44 cash on hand. M. Italston{ Purina Health Flour (

have done it, but like. a father he did what thought was Davis and Dr. MacDiarmld were appointed ,,;;'- .
," a committee to audit the -
best for the.child.

He has his faults, perhaps, but none of us are perfect. bookB.report which made showing was done them at once correct and up a WHITE\ FRONT GROCERY '

,i .s- It is so easy to criticise, so hard achieve. As he was not to date. J t :

..> the father ofour town he can aptly be called'the stepfather The Dtockhohlers' meeting then adjourned -

, ;: ./ ., and like most step-children DeLand has been slow-to and a meeting then held of ,the the Boardof principal ._ ,-. _,h ._ __ O'_ _, .__ _., __
Directors was
credit him with the generous feeling that existed-that still
i business being the election of 00000000000000000000000000g IOHJ I0I O 10I Oi 04o+Oto O+O+O t10+O+G5O+0+OfO
(' exists-in his heart toward us. :Some::) children, grow so g .

,': l ". fast that they never stop to think; it is so with De Land. tticera President, which-H.resulted B. Stevens.: I Kicks and Squibs g DeLand Real Estate Office.

t We never realize that we need our parents until the Vice.PreaJ.-H. D. McDonald. g From llounder{ -.

.1 I-.>: last parting comes, or until reverses create the opportunity Secretary-Ward Gould. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooROUNDEll o o

. j i' ; ,' for close companionship. Treasurer-S. Wilson.. notices\ !: that a new ..
Mr. Stevens: stated that Mr Stetson ZE.EoTa.sesCity Fox Rei.t
THE TIME HAS COME FOR DE LAND : coop has been built in
- 'l, had purchased a boat, but had not yet ij

' ''J. 'p,' to say good-bye to one who has been more than a friend decided whether he would place it on the What rear does of this the mean Baptist? has Parsonage.It come Lots

.i John B. Stetson is about to say good-bye to scenes where he lakes of the club, or on the river, to pass that a popular pi eacher like () ,,. Residence

I' the past years have been made glad to him. and suggested that he be given the Mr. Oatts has!: to raise his own chickensand () and Unimproved Property. I

.'- Wherever he goes he leaves his heart behind him- right to erect a boathouse on the lakeIn eggs!: ? Or do his Hock bring in so -
4' he decided to place the boat
there are people in this world to whom money is everything, there.case On motion of Mr. Bond, such many chickens that he:! cannot use!: i of Non-ResMents
Property Cared For and Taxes Paid.
hem all at once, and has to build a
between and is sentiment
.{ but the strongest tie. man man ; permission was granted, Mr. Stetson coop In which to keep them for a :
child is love. authorized select the
between father and being to place
"rainy day"? Chicken feed: is rather
John B. Stetson has seemed cold to some-a plain, desired and to erect such building aale scarce at his house, as he has only Land sold for Taxes redeemed.

practical man is rarely appreciated in this world except by wished. three Dates!: on which to feed them.
The Committee on Entertainment j J. IR "We-tib-erel
- the few who know him intimately. An aggressive man has that had Intended to + + +
reported they :
Abstract Office, between Post Office and Bank.
.many enemies smoth, fluent talker has many superficial give a first-class entertainment at the How true the following is!: : "Life's.
friends. grounds during the season but had I liKe pok
,' CAN DELAND AFFORD TO LOSE not yet found an "open date;" that as We only play what's dealt us." But --- --

one who has been the truest friend through severest trials? soon as such a date could be arranged considerable depends on the "cut."

A man who has done nfuch and can do more for us-one the entertainment would be given. + + + O.O'O.o.O.O.O.O.O.O..o.oo'O'o'O..o'O.O..oO.O..oR 0+0.0 '
The three "Mcs"-McDonald, McBride Honesty is Raid to be like the gout: by
C- who has made investments, not for the sake of returns, Finest
and MacDiarrnid--were appointed It runs in certain families for several
financial, but with the sole desire to see many blades of as a Soliciting Committee; and directed l- gent'ratlon-anu then it skips a gen! azors and[1

grass grow where but one grew before. I, for one, say: to continue their efforts until eratlon. But one's enemies are seldom Selection

John B. Stetson, stay-we need you-we appreciate what sufficient funds were obtained to open blessed with it. Ever Displayed i iin
the canal Winnemissett.! + + 4- Pocket Knives
don't want to :
you have done for us-we you go. I
BOAT RENTS:< !: REDUCED It is said that the death rate in VOIUSI.' ; I -'ty
CORNELIUS CHRISTIANCY.SMIRNA .
:30 'per cent
has Increased
reduced Chicago
The rental of rowboats was
children and aged people as a EnameiwareTinware
LAM SALE. Ormoud Wins grain. from: 2o centa per hour to 25 cents for among at
result of the coal famine. Are the
the first hour and 10 cents! per hour
The DeLand baseball team went coal barons less guilty of murder than
Most of the Property Bought In by over to Ormond Saturday morning, for each succeeding hour. This com the man who deliberately "shoots, to MCDONALD'SCook
pleted the business and tbe meeting
Home People. and after the 40-inlle ride played a kill?
game of ball with the Ormond hotel adjourned. + >
The public sale of the Andrews THE NEWS was as: usual the only
team. The latter won by a score of If DeLand that free lIvery StOVeS
property was held Tuesday and newspaper represented at the meeting get and HARDWARE
13 to 4. The members of the DeLand
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letters" require
Wednesday and the entire propertywas !system: "drop
team returned home Sunday after each. There's a thorn
sold. Most of the property was cents postage
purchased by residents of the town, noon. They' were treated royally by Corrected List of Donations."! for each rose: don't forget that. g Heaters STORE.
Anderson & Price of the Ormond ho-
some of It evidently for speculation. In the list of donations to the Uni- H01:EU. ..
tel while in Ormond. ..
Nearly; : all the lots are worth a great versity, printed last week, several ;--- O..o.o.o--o.o.o..o.o.o.o.-o.o.-<>.-o.-o.-O.-Oo o e O.O.O
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deal more than was paid for them, but considerable. sums were inadvertently LAKE H LCff. I _h.. ___. _'___ __"'__ __ ___
It Is hoped that the new owners will I Bund & Bond Company, Incorporated.The missed. The corrected list follows:

4 > put them on the market again, and at I I annual stockholders' meeting C. T. Sampson..8 00,000 Lake Helen February; 10.The ,. .

''' reasonable prices, which we have no I I of this company was held In DeLanc I' A Friend .. .. . . . .. 70,000H. Bonds are progressing rapidly on their .+

doubt they will do. In fact, many of on Tuesday. Officers were elected as A. DeLand :. .. . .. ... 23,000 plant Their machinery building, 40 '

the purchasers have said that they follows:: City of DeLand . .. .. ... 15,000 by 70, with out-ljtng roots!: hot water PLAYING WITH FIRE

:,,. would sell their lots at a mall advance President-Frank E. Bond. Am. Bapt. Education Society. 10,000 tanks for "soaking, the logs! and drying! Endangers lioth the home and person 4

s to persons. who would build on them. Vice-Presldent B. Conrad. Fla. Bapt. State Convention. .. 10,000C. frames, are all well advanced. The One may meet with serious ) .. ,1)

14 There Is no prettier section in Florf Secretary and Treasurer-. Ray T. Search .. .. .. .. 5,000 foundation for their warehouse, 32 by accident while escaping from, or & .l

Ida, either for a home or a business Conrad. Wm. F." Fray.. ..... .. . .. 5,000 60, two stories, is laid, and in a few attempting) save something in '1 ,,
a burning house.
1G location, and with a little hustling The company l is doing an immense Bryon E. Huntley. . ... 5,000 days} they will begin to cut \'eneerlng.They Why not be safe from pecuniary j l/ ,t

and Judicious advertising, there will business at Its mills and various yardson Zlba King. .. . .. . .. .. 5,000A. will manufacture and put up loss In either case? Curry

be many new buildings erected on the East Coast.Everything McBride . .. ... .. 3,500 material for all kinds of vegetableand 1
them in the next few years. But if e Mrs. Julia Heath .. .. .. .. 3,500 pineapple crates and expect to FIRE AND ACCIDENT l lIVSUIJANVCE

they are held at prices that will scare I N This Season. Mrs. Nettle Walker .. .. .. 3,000, employ forty to fifty hands!: when they /

away purchasers, the owners will The climax of all tented amuse Miss Burlingame ... .. ... .. 2,500 get to running full capacity. They

probably never reap any benefit from ments, A. O. Allen's Big OriginalNew The Hires estate ...... ... 2,000 will put in later an automatic dryer. and the loss will fall upon those
.- their Investment. Orleans Colored Minstrels, will Conrad Hall cash subscribers!: 1,000* so that there will be a continuous pro- best able to pay it. The Com panics

t; Some of the purchasers will probably appear in DeLand under tent on Mon. J. B. Conrad .. . ... .. .t 1,500 cess from the logs'" to the finished: prod promptly we represent and are settle very liberal all claims in .'mi4ar,

e'' build cottages on their lots at an day next. The Bar of Florida. .. .... 1.0110 their treatment of policy holders. -' v""ftinin/* F

ab t early date. This would necessitatethe Wm. Hampson. .... ... .... 1,000 uct.At the annual meeting of the Lake Fla.
Military Land Warrant SILAS B. WRIGHT PeLand .'
opening of 'new streets throughthe 33.00 paid persons telling who has Frank Read.. ..... .. .. ..... 1,000 Helen Manufacturing Campany held

Andrews tract, and these improvements one, whether I buy or not. R. K. Mr. Bowen ...... .. . ... .. 1,000 I recently, the following were chosen
will help sell the other Kansas Mo. 3-6 J. S.Turner ... .. .. ..... 1,000I directors for the coming year: S. E.
Kelley, City,
lots. Again we say with a little Mrs. H.!II. Hewitt. ..... .. 500 I Hopkins, Naugatuck, Conn.; F. B.

push, and hustle number, there of Is no reason and Stop the Couch and works oBT lb. Cold H. U. Trask. .. ... "'A". ... 500 Holden, Boston, Mass.. ; E. Nelson .
pretty .
why substantial a large, buildings should not be Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curea H. Cummings .. ... . .. COO Blake, Arlington Mass.; Howard B. .o..o.o..o..o..o.o.o..o.o.o.o.o.o.oeoooooWe
erected on this beaultful tract of land cold in one day No Cure, No Pay. And many others, smaller gums. Tattle, Naugatuck, Conn.; A. H. Day Will Add "
within the next few yearn. Price, 25 cents. -- ton, Naugatuck, Conn. The directors

Grand total . .... .:.$203,000 appoint the officers.\ The factory
commenced to grind cassava yesterday $25 OO
There Is more Catarrh In thin section of the and will run on that while it ,
than all other disease* put together
-- WANTED: : country
and until the lat. few yean was *uppoe Price Lint to be Incurable. Fore great many year doctors about seventy-flvj men.
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subject change local .disease and prescribedlocal
HIDES HIDES pronounced It a
when Market change : remedies. and by constantly falling to There have been more transfers of to the appearance of your horse .
with local treatment pronounced It In
Dry Flint Hides. .... .,121 cts. Ib. All other Fur*.'Hides Old Metal curable.cure Science hue proven catarrh to be a real estate here In the last two
Green Salt Hides.. 6} eta. etc., In full proportion, constitutional disease and therefore requires, months than for five years before.
y"- Beeswax ............ 26* cts. Rubbery Cure constitutional manufactured treatment.by F. J.Hall'Cheney. Catarrh*; 1'0., if you will let us CLIP HIM.
Tallow la Barrels.... 5 eta. Furs I Furs 1 ToieJo),Ohio U the only constitutional( cure .
sr .. Tallow Cakes.. .... B eta !' on the market. It Is taken Internally In dose MoiIM*Gray' "w.Powd.r.*for CbUdr.d.Successfully I
.' from 10 drops to a teaapoonful. It aota directly used by-Mother Gray, Costs only] 2.00.BERRY -i' k
.:1 No. I, Otter Skins, Large and Dark, 83.00 to 11.00 on the They blood otter and one raucous hundred surfaces dollar of the for nurse in the Children's\ Home In New you
,. No. 2,: ___ 6,00 to 8.00 yltem.any oae It fail to cure- Bond! for circular York, Cure Feverishness, Bad Stomach
No. 1, Coon Skins, II 85 to 1.00 .*..n<1ASdrenl' Teething Disorders, move and
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-,4 No.2, r 45 to 60 FJ.: cHENEY*CO.,Toledo O. regulate the Bowels and Destroy & KENT
F e No. l. Mink Skins, 1.00 to 1.50 url'.BamUy Bold by Uruga-lit Fill TAo.are the'be t.Allen'a Worms. Over 30,000 testimonials. L { ; t

Write for full Price Ut They never fall. At druggists, 25c.: NEW SHOP. OP. COURT,HOU3C,,v< io ? ,
". W. WATKINS, Brunswick. Os.t Minstrels, on Monday next, I Sample FREE.' Address Allen S. sw vW
iwia wind up this "week of galty." Olmnted, LeRoy, N. Y. >*k.

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r their religious enterprise. The great '

v Th.e Wek1y ""' : ". ofIs I Orange City f fo man demurred. "How can I go without \ ./(

my man?" be asked. "Do you not One Performance Onty._"

-*.-- ----- ,,-- '' Tvi to adjonriI o know that I have not for years beca j\
V- I I p-ri:. ..?! : E Bo"'lso the South- ooooooaoooooooooooooooooooOrange competent to put on my own boots?" SHOW: : .rtDHGROUNDS'
I j' xIcBnde Riogtcal Seminary, City February 10.-Miss But the pilgrims were not to be rebuffed -
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.it 700 d JJri! T, Ay"; has been secured to Ilanna Aneshenfelter Miss Ida All- by such pleading. "Pilgrims" l

1 !it, .:Jerfeue l presentation day address on bach and Miss Hanah M. Casel drove they replied "do not wear boots. Theygo .,

r / Men'f'1; ': !n L LI ut "bruary 20. The new Science Hall to Enterprise and crossed: the lake to on their way with bore feet." And
1notig I ostentatiouS tbe man was In ALLEN 't.i
I will be formally presented! at this Sanford, where they took a boat for us great A/G.
'H- o. the practice and precept of his adopted ... .
time. Governor Jennings will prob- Starks landing; were met by Mr. True fuith his lack of Paullan courage was

I Strain A"d.'. W' ably be present to receive It :for the with his team and driven back to shown by his staying at home in his :.:

'' ..... of.UCm.: : trustees. The program will be as! follows the Bolo. luxurious quarters. ORIGINAL NEW .

I I i 1'IIstlIBemI : -The V. I. A. social circle met last ,

I ,0'urlnv it* Miule In the New with Mrs. S. M. Morse.
I Thursday: February 11)! 8 p. m.-Faculty Friday RURAL ROUTE CHRISTENER.
I)! .:ces or J-' Elte-brtli Hall. concert in auditorium. KatherIne Mr. and Mrs. James Cromer made a

',I -Fcer: In co' ss college department of A. Crawford mezzo. soprano; Florence short visit here Monday. They drove Novel Application For Position on ORLEANS MINSTRELS

11' /i .1011' I al now ti'verslty has been moved into M. Oalpin reader; Robert L. Scho- over to DeLand and spent tbe night the Foital Delivery Service.
A San Francisco woman has writtento
..ouaIli' ;ht 'quarters, and now occupies the Held, organist. there. ...
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Nt '\ r entire south end of the third floor of Friday February 20, 1) a. in.-Studio Miss Velma Huling of Brldgeton Senator"rural Beverldge chrlstener applying" for a the position Positively Employing More Men than any .
: as says
:1." ElIzabeth Hall. A New reached here Friday other three Minstrel Shows combined. '
: reporter of THENEWS reception of art department in Jersey, New York I'ost'sVoshlngtou correspondent.

,4 """ ** Dana : visited the new quarters and was Science Hall. Tea and wafers will be evening. She is visiting Miss Rllla At present no such position \,, "' .. .

-,Li'JT'he bl rh shown through the dilFerent depart- served. Presentation exercises In Heebner and will remain the rest of exists: but Miss HUll C. Miller, the applicant Showing under a Mammoth Canvas .

( I Mrs. Lllsb2'entJeman.. ments by the director, Mr. Macdou- auditorium. the winter. believes that one should be Theatre seating 2,000 people. ;

: Wt"l..:a-t..__.'t"e-; sturdy little gall. The advanced bookkeeping department Overture to William Tell, Miss 7a.briski Wednesday evening/ Feb. 7th, created. She has noted with sorrow t,

: JIii :tI1' era .s the carnival company I is lltted up with new, handsome Miss Miller Mrs. Gideon Mr. at the residence of the bride's father that the new rural tree delivery routesare ,\
and substantial in Highland Park Fla., Mr. James designated by numbers, such as all that Is New .
TnacoJ ->'oe act that requires so : quartersawedoak Brown. EMBRACING '
&jr nerve-that of jumping from a offices. These offices which consist Prayer. Barenhart of Orange City and Miss, Mai'lou County llural Route East 1 Original up-to.date f;
or West 1 or East 2, and so on. Now,
g iff>'*% about 90 feet high into a tank I of banks!:, jobbhlhouse/ commission Crossing the T5ar-Stetson quartet. Anna Doratiss were united in mar- at a reasonable\ salary, she would undertake minstrelsy. Admission within the ...,:
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*_ .- t1 of water five or six feet deep ami !! house, general agency, freight Addreslil-Prcshlent K. Y. Mullln riage by Rev. R. W. Barenhart. They to tit appropriate names to reach of the most humble citizen-25 ..".

eight or ten feet In diameter. Just olllcc, post ofllcc! etc., are equipped Trio, Meditation-Benedict, Brown commenced keeping house Thursdayon those new routes, such as Maple Dell, and_15 cents.WATCH_. .. .i
l' after jumping he turns a somersault with large' leather-bound books of and Schofleld. Pr. Dul::>I,,' grove on the St. Johns Sliver Leaf, Primrose Valley, Daisy "

r In the air, falls all doubled up into the record of approved forms with laborsaving Presentation of Science Hall-llev. River. !Dingle, Hyacinth Hollow, Lilac Lane for the imposing Street ,'

water, splashing It out of the tank, devices such as are found in W. A. Hobson, pastor First Baptist :Miss Ida Allbach and two friends! and others that might occur to one othel' which takes pla-.e at _, -t.,

j and is soon out himself. This is a first-class business ofllces. Here the Chinch, Jacksonville.Acceptance. who have been spending some time )poetic temperament.When '
noon on the day of performance--
: wonderful feat, requiring nerve and student: under the supervision of the of Science Hall-TilsHxcellency here-at the Bolo, left on Thursday for Miss Miller's suggestion'was
forwarded to Machen Monday February 16.
J c a cool, steady brain. This exhibition ,director, Is appointed to 1111 in turn Governor Jennings. their homes in Pennsylvania. They Superintendent _:
of the rural free delivery service, lie replied -
2 is free. the various positions. in the business Oh, Sky Lark, for Thy Wings! !-La- have enjoyed their visit here exceed- 1 that there had evidently been a

7 The other shows are: The Old Plantation ollices where he is held responsible dies' chorus.: ingly. mistake and that "rural route Inspector" : '

; ..1 Theatre, where a minstrel performance for the entire work Two banks are President's statement. Major Brenna and wife an3 Mr. and wns probably\ the position desired, Furnished Rooms

is given from 10 a. m. to JO) In dally operation-the Stetson College Doxology. Mrs. Hills!: who are spending the wIn- and In this office no vacancies existed .

.,t p. m.j; Sampson, the Uoaconstrlctor, Hank, organized and conducted 2:30: p. m.--Baseball /game, Stetsonvs. ter here left Tuesday! noon for Palm at present. To Let

27 feet long and weighing 300 pounds; ,IH a national lank, and the Business Rollins/ athletic field. Beach for a week's visit. .

I the Electric Theatre, showing the College Hank, conducted as a state 8:30: p President's reception, Mrs. Hood and sister, Miss Grace 110.13' sn.ehmnmc.Watohbou..e.. .
hank. There \ 25
eruption of Mt. Pelee, the funeral of In the business! are college about and lifty they students transact Chaudoin Hall. Mott of Indiana arrived Tuesday at In two of the comers of the cburchynrd Ateals cents .1 1.:

President McKinley, battles of the business: under the rules of the -U .. the Freeman house.: They are well ._jof \,bllngton church Hants,

;,, 1 late war, etc.; Jerusalem, or the little Hastern; with Business students Practice Association (/'TERPqISE.Spicliti pleased with Orange City. Mrs. I lug ISnglnnd structures, stand\ belonging small, forbidding to the truly look- Ai<.s. E. JVJ' lexqlldc1f
In the Packard .
Hood sick when she arrived but
world In miniature form --- was .
showing a
liusiness!! (C'olleie; New York, N. Y.; (L'.wi'espoiilm.mi.. ,i olhic' period, of the Immediate past. .
'' : world at work all run by a little /gasoline ..- Hunts!iiger/ Iiusme College Hart- | is improving rapidly. they were erected as watcbhouses for 1(1fs.21.. :M( :DqBoisI2f ,

\ -.' engine; Glass Blowers, where fold, Conn.; adler Business Callege, The Influx of visitors to our neighboring The Euchre Club met Tuesday evenI I the: prevention of body snatching. 't

the glass Is heated and blown into Baltimore Md.; Spring Business Col- / town continues, several having ing/ with a full attendance. Mrs. Fin- Godfrey HouseWATCHES -,1.;..

glasses pipes birds, or drawn into lejre, Springfield, Mass.. and several: / registered at the Brock house ney and Major Kingman won the first ttothniu'a First Itallroail.The .
other, --- ------ ------
: threads the thousandths part of an quotations leading from/ schools.: the different The market cities during the past week, among them prize. Miss: Dunlap, who took the part first: railroad In New York city :*;;

Inch In diameter; the I'sjultnaux Village where the students do business areposted arc: C. B. !Mi-Clung, St. Petersburg: / ; of a gentleman, and Miss Berry re \\iis the :New- York and harlem, char- :-:

a feature of the Columbian and on the bulletin board daily. Mrs. Henry Willis! and Mrs. M. H. ceived the consolations.
Pan-American expositions, showing Letters are constantly passing to and Hollowell Rochester N. Y.; Miss II.Underbill A party of six came over from Cas- street to the harlem river and which
from ''aid Its lirst mile of
track
these In
cities 1833.
ordering or acknowledging Syossett" N. Y.; Mrs. C. II., and took dinner '
their mode of living/ games, dogs/ receipt of goods requesting sadaga Saturday at

sleds, etc.; and Osco, the snake eater settlement: of accounts",, making/ Miss Goorgie/ and Miss Addle Dunlap the Freeman house. They visited The lleailly Rattlunake'. Bite '' ..

f who "eats 'em alive." The less said inquiries' or complaints., and containing Nashua, N. H.; Miss Helen Nettleton Blue Springs the afternoon and returned The deadly effect of tbe bite of the

: of this, the better your dinner will statements or remittances, thus Washington Conn.. Major S. C. King- to Cassadaga in the cvning. "niltlfstuiLe Is u thing generally known. ..,'

--' .,- .- ...... like making actual/ the business students' work us nearly man, Washington, Conn.; L. A. ]Barg- John A. Metg of Jonsboro: Ind., C. Even If after It an adult man escaped .-

.. ret'.tAn admission fee of 10 or 15 cents Is In the shorthand: as department possible.!! the anlne, Richmond, Va.; II. E. Jones E. Jones of DeLand and E. L. Harrisof with his life It Is only to endure a long -

charged to each of these shown, and "touch method" of typewriting Is and wife, Caribou, Maine; Mr. and St. Francis:: Fla., registered at the Illness and often to suffer: the loss of a WATCHES !
uied; that relieves the of the Mrs. Peter Mr. Iliub. As to small animals, a rat '
they are all worth the price to one eyes Carey, and Mrs. John Freeman house", this week. will :j
operator while writing of the strainof A. Wallace sometimes die In thirty seconds aftJ
and
Mrs. J. W.
Suyers Mrs. Nellie Palmer, and Miss Nettle-
who likes
such things.
watching/ the keyboard of the ma l"Ing bitten.Georgia. -
chine and the Chester, Pa.; T. A. Zancks, Jacksonville took in DeLand
:. The Little World the Glass Blowers copy. The typewriting ton Wednesday. .
,. and the Plantation Show are especially machines are all new and l of the latest Fla., and P. A. Garey, N. Y. Mrs. George Knox of Akin Minnesota ."
and most popular makes. Director Among the ]little( excitements of ,!
interesting and instructive Macdougali expects to put in a new the town last week wax Hie arrived Saturday. She owns a %A JE have a Fine
strandingof : Southern
,,. to one who has never seen such Cdison: Phonograph for dictation pur nire little cottage home here. Her : :
a of fjroik house ,
things. poses. The machine will be so arranged party guests by sbn, "Walter is attending Stetson this VI Lineaiidrneet.HhIy '
4 Besides there Is the confetti- cane that any number of students the storm which compelled six of them year. I .i
may take dictation from it at the to surprise the Sanford house by a Florida Railway
stands head throw
) and the to
Negro's
AND
same time by means of Individual rub- stay-over all night caused John Thursby on account of ill competitionnot
at for great mer-
clears.!: her transmitting tubes connected to
health, has resigned his position as "Suwanee River Konle."
riment.
Mr. Deni
a main tube attachment "on, proprietor of
which leads
excepting catalogue :
THE COUNTRY STORE. from the the Brock house operator and moved his family to t_ )
machine. This will make accompanied bv Mr. Schedule to Effect"..nual'y4.looa. .,.
No mention has been made of the the dictation noi-e'ess) and will admit Cramer, braved the rough- lake- and Blue Springs.There / i prices.

Firemen's Country Store in the of same any time.Students number. taking/ dictation at the steamed in his launch to Enterpriseto I is a tumor here this morningthat Lv Palalka. ...... .... Dixie....6 Fl tin>pm.-.. Qulckntrp 06am
the Tee 1100 is sold. Lv Jacksonville. ....... 8 (OIl pin Mum, Our
hIs wife's
Cleaveland This is in appease anxiety while grove own guarantee
store room. entering any one of the .. Vrtldnata ......... ....II 15 l.m IDMnin( '
charge of the ladies who serve: 'refreshments departments of the Business College those who remained In Sanford andpassed - Ar Tlfton................. ,li fO am 13: 80) pm.
have Ar ioidel) ,, ................ !annul 1 4$ amounts to J.
at all times during the the privilege/ of taking studies a Jolly night were: Mrs. Cra- STORIES OF DE BLOWITZ.Famon ArM..con.. .............. .. 8 Mam 4 1U IJln pin some-

., day and.: also have for sale a great In either of the the University Grammar! School without or Academy extra- mer, Miss Agnes Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Correspondent'. Great Beet Ar C Atlanta. orOA., ..... ....... 7 :!!Sam 7 41 pm thingas Ave are hereto .
(1. D. C. /Kills and Mr. N. C. &S PoT. L.
articles. and Mrs. J. H.
of donated
assortment
charge. Piof.
K. .1" _
Macdougal! is und Ill. Dependence on a Valet.M Ar C'liattHnnoga" ... ....... 1 (10 1 00" .
-. director of the Business College./ He Scholes, all of whom returned to Enterprise ,do Blowltz, the famous correspond. Ar Nashvlll.. ....... .... II 65 pm pm S 40i.tin m, back it -
VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. Is assisted. by Miss. Caroline IlL. CENT. H. KArHt up.
Ki the shorthand. Gregg!! next morning! slightly dampened out of the London Times In Purls gave "' Louis... ........ Warn T 84 pm
: ; Mrs. Happersett and others conduct department and, Miss externally but no way dampened ArClilc-iiK'>.... ..,........10 as am
Annie 13. Wood in the business depart DlO u lecture of about an hour's duration L. *. N. R. H.
WL! a variety show in the Firemen's Hal men t. either In merriment or ardor. on nil manner of political topics, Ar L..n IlIvIIJ.. ......... .... 9 ftOam 11 35Arn/ In jour Holiday thoughts let
every afternoon at 3:30: for the benefit --- The Enterprise} Whist Club was entertained says n correspondent of London Life. Ar C.&E.LR.R.Ar Cincinnati, ...... .. 7 :SO! am.. 4 05 pm them revert to

of the public school fund. The Three hllIIOI.tullt11110111'014'11', '''. at the Brock house last Ills intellect, like others of his race, Is ................ 9 13amHoi

show consists of songs, recitations, \V. 13. Lamar has handed week and after numerous hands at Id truing. from Jacksonville to Mnonn. W.A.A1IcntCo.As '.
the governor sharp and his method of explication Truln from Palatka. onnncct Itt VHliloatu .
.i1;$ jokes cake walk etc. The hall i.. cards had been with north
his resignation as attorney- played, supper was lucid enough. I may mention two of Local tralDHirolujf from Jackaiinvllle. they are well prepared to
crowded every afternoon and ia "mak general, this being necessitated by served and greatly enjoyed the party M. de Blowltz's journalistic feats which Mnuon, remaining Sleeperi on,In dupi Dixie until Flvvr 7 :'M train a,I n.fO"Pnllmlln meet all problems. :
P Ing big money" for the school. hU election then proceeded to the dance-room liuffnt Sleeping Cars from Jack. ( fEverystatement we make "i
.to
Congress from stamped him the
!! the us correspondent par Bonvllle to St. Lnula. via Ru.>ve route without is also
The gala week will last all this. third district. The new appointmentsare and tripped the light fantastic toe excellence of his age. At the time of change of oara. on Dixie Flyer train al,o guaranteed. _, ".

week-until 10 o'clock Saturday night. : until the "wee sma' hours.. ." The entertainment tbo ever memorable 1 Berlin congress: M. Chicago PtillniaDfi/' without ttnvat ileopera clmnir on same train. to -

t when the show people will "fold their James \Vhltfield, advanced from being decidedly the best: de Illowltz appllinl to the German chancellor dress For, 8ched..los amt J. .H..tb... Information, ud. W. A. ALLEN & CO. ',,'

tents and silently steal away." So state treasurer to attorney-general./ that has been held In Enterprise", for along for au early copy of the treaty, District Pa... Agt.IM'I.rYYlk:: ...'....1l!,
-
far there hail been no complaint of VV. V. Knott advanced from state time and reflects the greatest which was to be signed on n certain Or C. B. KHODES. Jackaonvllle Fla. -

any kind about the conduct of the cx- agent to treasurer. credit on Mrs.: A. S. Oenlson, the Saturday morning; but, although the a..... Pan*.Ant., Macon, Ga. ,
4 request was made the medium J.1II
hibitora their attaches. :Mr. hostess.A through .
/S or
/ % many William II. Kills appointed state of two ambassadors, Bismarck refusedto

Thompson complete control and agent vice Mr. Knott. large part of the Brock house entertain It. To the intense surpriseof A AUM1. RlKt1I1.J1".tl. m. JI.; Jt.JUAIn1Al, ( ffl MWtttttgnffijitttttSQiflraaNV'M. .

') sees that there Is no misbehaviour of: They are all good appointments /guests visited DeLand; during the the other correspondents, M.de Blow- Oit5trci Crrr \ KOI.MAN, formerly' of TH'Lnnil, but now. .
i any kind., with no special: political significance. week and regaled/ themselves at the itz In u "huff" announced his Intentionof TV Orantjo vlty, l>aa opened a

',,. .p ;; )(The music the tents in unusual The governor is being congratulated Putnam house, after which they visited louUnff: Berlin forthwith and he did EVRNJ.'I.'Ul1E: FURNITURE AND HARDWARE STORE '

places, the crowds and the noise bavv from every county on the line selections tbe Stetson gardens, as well as MO, but with the treaty In his poeketiThat .stD Bto on ,Graves,,. avenue, In what Ig known the Burrnlt <\ '.
he has
caused several horses to run away made."VAMPIRE"SECRET.. their friends in DeLand. Those who precious document ne er left M.de He Is now prepared to fill all rmlerifn bit line ;if .

:' but no serious accidents have oc toak the trip were: Mr. Alec. Law, Klowltz's letter case until Brussels was HA.Rn'W and will ell CHEAPER than any other bourn in .. '
OUT. reached. and there It was put on the (!)<$ Voluala county.
.i curred. An took Mr. W. S '
amusing runaway B. Benn, Mrs Denlson Mr. 0 TORE ,
to'>
wire and Please call and
the hln
published by Times In a Inspect Stock.
.. place Wednesday morning. The horse llurne-Jone Say That Mr*. Pmtrlok and Mrs. J. II. Scholea, Mr. and Mrs. I
I second edition on the Saturday at the 1W. "Uf 'IW. 'II
;. A attached to the city scavenger wagon Campbellnint the Model. G. D. C. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Cramer very moment that the plenipotentiaries S .

took:, a notion that he would have his The secret of "The Vampire," the and Mrs. Murphy.Mr. In Berlin were signing Itt! Needless to .

.. :frolic so 'be started pell.mcll downNew ghoulish picture of Sir Philip Burne- Wallace Been of maddock.Pa. nay that no other paper bad It until the .o-o-Oo-Oo-Oo-Oo-Oo-Oo-O+Oe ._

_* : York avenue. The wagon was Jones Immortalized by Itudyard ](:Ip- ., Is reviving the game prestige of following Monday or to describe the THE '
ling lu his "rags and< a bone and a bankof -
: N' t* laden, with full buckets-and everybody hulr" poem has been revealed by the Brock house. by bringing In frequent walling and gnashing of teeth In Berlin .-

f gave the horse and wagon the the artist, nay a Chicago special to the ]large catches of fish and fowl and Cologne and the other great '

i full right-of-way. Finally one man I New York Times. although remaining 'out very f.'w newspaper centers of Germany. The NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
. .. second great feat of M. de BlowlU wall
who had more nerve than most others Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the actress, hours each time. His catch last Friday thut of interviewing the sultan. Such -

would have had under the cIrcum. did not pose as the model for the creature was 28 pounds: of fine bass and on a thing bud never been

C stances rushed out and stopped the who is taking the life t",p I from Tuesday 41 pounds of bass one of dreamed of, and as M. de previously Ulowitz DELAND, Q Q FLORIDA.

4 horse without the loss of any of the the lover. The model was! a woman of them tipping the scales at 8 pounds rightly said, no one will ever do It -
Brussels who was paid for posing. .
#t
buckets. besides he agalu.
Invariably brings In
.; "I want to lay the ghost of that story many DeLAND'S '
:Another runaway took place on forever," said the painter as he nervously ducks, and Is evidently enjoying his LEADING LOCAL PAPER.
An
anecdote Is related of dlowltz
Wednesday, and again it was the paced the corridors of the Art In. health and stay at Enterprise. As which Illustrates how De '''
't
horse of a "swill collector." Thewagoa sUtute. well as the picnlclng, ashing, shootIng walt even several years very ago corpulent.he' says One' Dollar Per lnnum. ." 1

'Bittt: '' was turned over and the bog- "Tbe story never orlgli jited with me, / dancing, etc Indulged in, the the New York Commercial Advertiser. $

,:: food: lost. The wagon was demolished. and I do not know even bow'It did< orig guests are frequently treated to tripsup When the miracles of ourcles were attracting e Single,Copies Fin Cents 9 riI :
the the blacksmiths should inate. I should like to stop It forever. and down the river in Mr. Denl-
c j. By way, ,' worldwide attention, the shrine Advertising Bates Reasonable
!"The tact Is the started -,
picture
'''' t 'have contributed liberally toward the was son's launch, and although one sometlmu was visited by many Roman Catholic I jl
,f by me while I was in Brussels. 1 made '
rf1, :expenses of gala week. The'cQIDmlt- gets a little spraying in a'brl k pilgrims from England, Including several
the study of the figure of the girl from
-' tee should call on them at once. wind, the enjoyment Is never lessened members of the ducal famUy of :BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. '
u \ a Brussels model. I hired\ her at BO -
the Howards, whose head Is the
,' ,. '", ; *i"iJThe' town was full of, county peoples much a'' day, and as if turns out. I and all parties invariably return to Duke of Norfolk. This was "copy"for prevent .; 4"1" t j

,, ,. YJesterday(; who came to see the shows made a lucky choice." port la prime humour. the Times man. and he expressed Letter and Bill Heads : / .
.
8*: ;'>.and,attend the Horse Trading Fair. a desire to accompany the pilgrims to Envelopes, Statements? ;k4\ "
:' *'''':tJeorge Marsh traded nine times and a... 1I'0s'n,, Captivity.Joe. PUTS AN END TO IT ALL: Lonrdea.: Although born Jew., De Engraved and Printed Cards 1 '

i ... I." won'.the saddle.and ,brldle-and the :Seymour, a farmer living north A 'grievous wait of times comes "asa Blowltz was a fervent and devout'Roman Engraving and Color Printing. --.--.
Programs Menus
_____ of.Baxon-Wl-: a sliver gray fox '' and Invitations,
p'artof It had a good result unbearable pain from over- Catholic- Moreover, he was a' ,
"It\; ,strange vast-be In'captivity for which he baa! refused Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils '
krs wh nlie finished trading; EachC taxed organs.! Dizziness, Backache mail. who liked his comfort Largeandsmallposter. Handbill
1 I i $125: from- turrl r'I, Bay the New York Liver cbmplaint and -- ,!, StickeR.' n 4'
Constipation. But When he applied to the Englishmen t
). .lrade'as: made' was,reported to the ITeraid,. ,The animal.I 1. a rare beauty, thanks to Dr King's New Life Pills Advertising Novelties Fans Calendars,. t
for to with them
permission go on Newspapers Printed
f cbmmittee Mr;.WaHers andthe anli lie caught In.a' trap, but was not ii. Whole or. 1*, Part,
\ : ,' .,!.. .was they'put aiL end to it all. They are their devotions, they' consented but -' -
-. \..l aYebtted..1; '.. I Injured in the least: Black and silver gentle but thorough. Try them. Only wljh the provision that he must not be. .. > '
,'"'Atourflameni'1raJ :r&nthe' foxea, b*v. boe .wen..of, lat*.throughthatngfoo. Guaranteed by VW'A- Allen and ESTIMATES.'CHEERFULUY':FUHNI8HLPI.ms' ,,:
'>'\. : i ;" .. ...,. 25c. : pmpanled by his ,valet-a. i matter .' ,r--- :' .. ,
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.,f --_.____ .__ and this must be taken into con- 0 G. A. DREjA.co.: : ,

-.VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA. sideration.Dr. I State News I '"

t Forbes' seventeen of o 0
; fs& OODRINGTON years
Publisher. 00000000000000000000000000An
*!T ___ _____ life must not be sacrificed; his honor, ; :LEADING,..... .
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electric has been
light plant
Bub..criptlolR.Ues.. .
One Year.... ..i.... his fine family must be guarded as installed at Tallahassee. The !
; .. ................. ..SI ? lights
Bli moat .. ............. .. .. ... ..'" OQ anyone of the trustees would guardthe will be turned on for the first tiite
a z adv AWbe ce add aid 50 In ndvance. Wh0" not'P'Vld lnattred honor of his own home. this week.A .
per aunt
' in the poatoflice at DcLand Florid, But on the other hand, Mr. Stet- steamship company has been !! General Merchandise. < ,

C a* second class matter. son's gifts to the institution, his organized to run vessel from Pen- t
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AavertlslDg" rates furnished on application. generosity, is worthy of every con- sacola to Gautemala. One steamer (* y ..f: i

t -., ,* Idresn all Communlratlona, and make sideration; his opinions and his prejudices will be run each way every week, to Oldest Established? House'in the City. t
flaecka or money <: to begin with. .. .
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, NEWS, -if they do not conflict with


Yl FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Do 13 Lund, 1903.Fla. spected.The the rights. of others-must be re shipped Thirty used in from million building Pensacola feet a lumber walk last five month.If were feet. I DRY (GOODS( () ) j AND NOTIONS. '

trustees have a delicate mis- wide, this amount of lumber would 0 '

fi COMMON SENSE MUST PJU "AIL. sion to perform-and only by the build a walk from Jacksonville to SPECIALTIES" J: :. .
\
From reports beard on the street, kindly consideration of the two New York City.

it appears that Mr.\ Stetson is labor. principal parties to the controversycan The valuations of all state prop- ': / New York) Avenue and Woodla ouJ evard.. '

xt ",Ag under the impression that the anything be accomplished with erty, as returned by the assessors of ..., "' ""..... ."
of the 45 counties, is $103,0 18.17.() DeLa.n.d. Flor1.cta: : : ""
people DeLand are "dead set'against honor to all. / ._
.
Volusia county stands seventh in - -- -
him and that he thinks theyare Only through the omnipotence ofa
the list, with a total valuation of l4i'fIiSE'lG! ) tkl4'l1F44! ),!!AU! lI'tJlJJ..tJ..M\JJ.iIIEJ.! !{! !! !:;'t aVi4F'lilVlsl4! : 1r'liffliUlfglti4! ":l !k'1"'''IW1lI )!! !
working and talking against merciful God working throughthe $3,834,326. Duval county leads J1- I

him in all matters.If hearts of reasonable men can with a valuation of $10,000,492.One For: a 1'1easat 'Time: : : P J

this report is correct, Sir.\ Stet- this be ,accomplished. That this of the strangest nights in

son has been deceived. end will be reached is the earnest Florida can be seen on the streets of. : ?1 t .oeOGO TO THEM.

The people of iJeLand appreciate of THE NEWS and .of Lake City daily now. Wagons com .. !! I
what he prayer every ing in with dressed hogs, en routeto ti ... r..Q'CT.. .. TIC: : 0 L "tTe: s
has
.; : done for the town. true, honorable man.
the cold curedmeat
and
storage, taking
-ft, They appreciate what he has done If the meeting of the trustees on back to be smoked and put :\ 1 r

. ,i toward building up the magnificent Thursday next is cor/kpleted before away in the old-fashioned smoke- I :\1 : j

institution which bears his name. THE NEWS goes to pre..a, we shall house. There were a dozen such :\ Fouif eatltiftl1 I.1 \\kes foi 13oatiqg.lcrvfboqts Ii :I IStlilbogts

They appreciate his gifts to the give the result of the meeting. After day.vehicles There on the is streets no comparison last Wednes between : i \ | Gqqocs fort ljei| : \t. t t!

fire department, to the band!, to the that, unless we change our mind be- this meat and that imported. _ i a

various churches, and all the goodhe cause of good reason, the columns The rich, juicy taste of the Florida it No 11El1.fgc foi< ildrrtssion| to( Cl:1fOtlf\ds.: \ r; 4e

has done in the past seventeen of this paper will be closed to any product, fattened on corn, cassava ',

years of his life among us. further discussion of the ma ll.ir.. and peanuts, makes it the. finest in / Clqb !Totso| Opeq to the ::1tlblic. :ijp S .1

They do not forget the pleasant DeLand and the UniversityttJHit the world. rl ,

- : social functions he has them and need both Dr. Forbes and Mr. At recent of the !
given a meeting presidents Parties Can Have the Use of DinIng-Room and Kitchen, vith Dishes, l -i:1t"t : -

; at the banquet board of his mag- Stetson each of whom has a warm of soutli:;;i universities and! etc., at Moderate .t' : ,

nificent hotel-they do n- forget place way down in his heart: for the other prominent educators, held in) Rates '
Atlanta, to consider! the matter of "
that his hand and his pocketbookhave other. We believe, if others abstain -
the Cecil Rhodes: fund scholarships, \ < > i{
i >
been held out to them whenever from interference, that Mr. etc., President A. A. Murpbree of \\ !: Ie-1:001: FLootl{ aN.t i rI11jNNo fot< fqflciflg. >g '

_;4 they undertook to do anythingfor Stetson will accept the verdict of the Florida State College was made n

he general good of the com the Board of Trustees, and we know ex-ofncio chairman of a committeein \ : [ je( riJefreahments will he on Sale every Thursday, with Music !in the S.1
Florida which he is fx evening for Dancing i>
empowered :
mnnity.Mr. that, in the interest of the school : : -
to appoint, whose duty it will be to : : : ;-,...,..,...;r..-.",Ji.;;'..:p'o......... ." .;,,;,, .;;,;,..,,;,.;.''i",,;..;,.;..;.,;.'..,;.",..,;;..;;,"-1..r.; ..2'Koit.Ji..lI ..."-)'.;;.'.,,.."..Jlit.! .'"., 1"1
: Stetson is not unappreciatednot which he loves more than his own ...
choose, in such a way all- it may (| __ H ._ -0_ __ ____ -
by any means. life-Dr. Forbes will make any deem proper, two Rhodes scliolais ., .. .
,. But our people have come to look reasonable concession. from Florida, who shall attend -.0.0.0.0--0..0..0..0.,0.0.0..0.0.-0-.0-.0.-0.-0--0-.0.0..0 ;
'. \_ school at Oxford for three years, receiving 1
University as something
". upon In less than two months the Legislature $1I OO annually from the \ JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY .
beyond the management of one !
will meet. If any steps are to Rhodes fund.It .
: man. Neither Dr. Forbes nor Mr. e DE LAND FLORIDA.IN .
be taken toward special legislation tIe
Stetson owns the institution. This Keep the Feet Warm and Dry. AFFILIATION WITH
to the of the
is a fact-an indisputable fact. looking improvement Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease, a .
- i highways of Volusia county, they powder. It cures Chilblains!, !Swollen: THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. 'I
What Mr.: Stetson has given from should at Volusia needs Sweating, Sore Aching Damp feet ..... "
begin
once.
t r' his pocket-book now belongs to the At all druggists and shoe store 25c. : PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER. -
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three good roads-one from Ormond -- .
people of Florida. The
many years to Oak Hill; one from Seville to : COLLEGE OF LIBERAL. ARTS COLLEGE OF LAW ::11\
of life-of struggling-of encouragements MARCONIGRAMS.Marconi .
Osteenand one from DeLand to Day- ACADEMY SCHOOL OF Tl.CHXOLOUYBrSINTSS : :. .

and discouragements encountered tona. To build good roads this distance will be flagging Mar presently. NORMAL AND I'HACTICE SCHOOLSKlNDKRQARTEN : COLLEGE: r
by Dr. |Fol'bes-the best .-Cblcugo News. D"T
will require $100,000 or more, SCHOOLS OF :Music AND ART 1 1
Thanks to wireless Cuua- '
years of his life-have passed into telegrnpby 1.
.... history-and the people of Florida which can be raised only by bond- I da can now whiter luto John Bull's / ", Law GraUlrtlcs .mlmittcil ,lo 1'iactke; ;In:]:"Ln'I1: hl without Exniiilnntlon.
ing. The enhanced value of real ear If every cable was seized and de. c A Complete.1st em uf Ciiiri-liitc-il work In Mini mil Trulnlnyr.
.. in general], and of.DeLand in par- strojed by hostile fleets.-Toronto Mull An Ailt'.jimtiMinil ouipt-li-nt 1'iniillj of IiiHtriutnro.
estate, as the direct result of the
:- ticular, have received these gifts. A and Empire. bn A well i;iltM'tt'U 1I1I.ll''I1I\'l'elll'II.I\'O. i Jluw*uIn.
building of this road, would be more The clement of secrecy Is yet to be \ /; Over "*':.KlioiHi( ] llullcllnirs. and. D.iilpnient.|
board of trustees, composed of .j
than double the first cost; the usual supplied by Alnrvoiil. As long 08: every (' f-ph-nillill.v RIIII: ||"|H.. | Ujmnushim, <
twenty-four uprighthonorable men, station can trail the mosgiiges\ sent \'t A J.thnirv of over Uc.o.Jm1l'tI.( _
road tax would maintain the road ------- i
well known in Florida and other I from every other station much lem.ilus .. For further Information address the 1'resldent "'!r "" ,
after it is built. Our legislators to be done before it Is worth while even 'I: ... "
states, has been selected to manage JOHN F. FORBES PH. D.. DoLAN", Fa.o .,
to consider the matter of l'utctl-Del1'olt ,
should take the steps to Kl I 1 l
the institution on behalf of the peo necessary Free 1'reS8. st, : .o.a.a.o.o.o.oo.*'.o..&.'O'.0.-0---0.0--0--<>.-0.0.0.000EMORY -'
place this matter before the people.It .
ple. What this board says with respect of .
ia i up to you, Mr. Sands, and you, ADVERTISING. of 1 '- -
to the management of this a
Mr. Smith, and you, Mr. Sparkman. us ) :
t corporation is law, from which thereis Would you win[ success with ease? .
I
no appeal. The New Smyrna Breeze is mak- Advertise as: you ought: und nut us jouplease. e
Profitable Ad! .
vt i Using.me
THE NEWS wishes: it distinctly understood effort to have the of
ing an people newspaper is the one grate navertlslug -
that this paper Is no organ that pretty and thriving little town medium that Is no etueiliuerit.' OOLLEGE

t -either of Dr. Forbes or of Mr. utilize coquinarock in the construction There are with other them mediums Is expeIl8Ive.Xews.paperdom. but experlmeuttng .- <1

Stetson, or of any other member of of houses. The rock Is foundin .

the board of trustees. The editor large quantities near the town. _. $i'. 1836OXFORD, GEORGIA. 13O3 ;1

has made a good living before he In Key West, Miami and St. Augus- TilE DEATH PENALTY.A ,

knew any of these men, and he will tine this rock is quarried and used death.little Thus thing a ;mere sometimes scratch,results insignificant in

probably continue to make enough for building purposes. It makes a cuts or puny boils have paid the SFOItD ia situated on n high ridge in the healthiest section .

to buy bacon and grits after theyor substantial, neat buiding, the cost death penalty.Arnica It is wise to haveBucklln's It : of Middle Georgia' whero theme are no locnl causes to ..:

( he) have passed into history.He of which is about the same as brick. It's the best Salve Salve on earth ever and handy.will breed sickness The College will continue to nicks every

is not influenced by anythingbut If the people of New Smyrna would prevent fatality, when Burns Sores, : I eft'ort, now, as in the past, to send I forth young men well furnisbed '.

what he considers just and right, for the main Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only :250, in physical: strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian :
use coquina entirely atV.. A. Allen's and GV.. Fisher's : \ ,i I
and he will continue to work for portion of their houses, it would drug stores. lion ( character. I,{i

.. what be considers right until the give the place a substantial, solid e e Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Pb.13, and S.B. p 1

end. He has no apologies to make and make the town For rubber stamps, palls, daters: : ::; -are designed! to lay broad foundations for any walk in life.
en-
appearance stencils, printing outfits, call at THE lu -t
a for anything he has said; and he tirely different from any other town NEWS office. After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of

;1 means.in the future to say nothingthat in the United States. The suggestion be studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes. "fI 4 4I
GOWN GOSSIP. I
will \ -I
require apologies. of the Breeze in a good one. -- .
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The editor of this paper has all -.----- Squirrel and Persian lamb are com of ": The Central bluing Hall will nit.-r good 1 food at actual The Railroad Commission has is- bined of the small eight dollar per month Knrnlnhud l rooiin lire lei at one dollar per month for moll
-...} :.maintained that he thoughtMr. on many wraps \
g. lodvur. This eastern la under the linuiediuto supervision or a member of tbe Fao. ,
Stetson was honest in his con- sued an order to all roads in the scurfs, collarettes and nuts of the ulty, who la aaslbtod by uoompetent and l eziH-rlunfed[ matron.
winter.
duct-but that he does not know I state requiring them to instruct Wonderful colorings: and rare and '\ fl I

:what his servants are leading him agents to fill out bills of laden in I beautiful designs appear upon the new All necessary expenses for the college year may be brought t'RF.tLL "

into. full, stating weight, rate and class. this brocaded winter.satins and silks to be worn within $175.00. f

Tax NEWS cannot believe that Mr.\ ft: the order is not obeyed at once,
Stylish Louis XV. coats have wide )
Stetson indorses the remarks made the commission says it will issue fur collars and revers of white velvetor I> TEIOI[: Oii'i i S Sni"ri iiiEit 17, 1002 :
cloth nearly covered with brown and in IT \
by his attorney at Tampa a few orders prescribing the form of
gold appliques.
!
:weeks ago; nor the scandalous rumors blank! etc. Among the season's novelties Is the no For catalogue and other information, address! :;;4

set afloat by this same man. race regency neck decoration of chinchilla '1\\
."r- A congressional between caracal or other fur shaped In a stiff' : : :
THIS NEWS cannot believe that Mr. {

Stetson indorses the reports sent Barrs Williams, Fildes would, Alexander afford come and little Mao- ter bow fancy with more abort comfortable rounded ends than, a grace-win ) James E. Dickey President, i v

out by- a Jacksonville paper- two: excitement to the while ful.Pale '
spectators,
weeks ago.'. THE NEWS believes that tea rose yellow la one of the pop- not I .QYFAiw, GEOnn; : ". -.J : f.
.
the fellows in readi-
ti Is big are getting ular colors this winter in evening dress : _
Mr. Stetson a gentleman-even
ness for their turn in the senatorial and when combined with certain 1
,tie is unnecessarily "set" in his .
-Jf hades of green velvet and sable wIth -
arena,Palatka Times-Herald. *?.
opinions-and no gentleman can indorse lace vest and undersleevea. Is most artistic.

;_ the Tampa and Jacksonville' If, in bringing suit against the Short. richly decorated and oddly I1Io! : Racket Store, '; .;'l

,u utterances. Metropolis: for libel, J. W.White expected shaped boleros, with blouse and under- ( ;.,;

4 In be opinion of THE; NEWS the a lot of free advertising from sleeves of lace or net corselet effects I I.be \ J. A. ERICKSOltf, Proprietor;;, '
and fichu and bertha draperies, are as ..... .,s
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'whole'trouble from beginning to the state press, he is getting what '
much the rage, both here and abroad :
end is a huge mistake, a stupendous he looked for-in the neck. as though this were tbe Initial season I G IJS' SHOES HA.TS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWEL- :"r :I' -,

'ous error, a farce in real life.! What of their vogue.-New. York Post It MUSI tL INSTRUMENTS\ MUSIC, ETC. j .;;."
to '
After fifty of prohibition, .
:seeded now is common sense. Vermont baa yean passed a local option The Beat Prescription for Malaria off ent forr SINGER, the best :Machine in the world? :All kinds. "of, i/! ;:

J)7Both; : sides to the .controversy,must law by popular rote; the prohibitionist Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's '' g Machil.'repairtd and parts frunitted.B f;.. "'_ ,1f: '.. .
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Tasteless Chill
Tonic. It Is -
v:$;;listen to reason.' At the meeting of were defeated'by about. 2.000 .- Iron and Quinine In a tasteless simply form. .t''and cheapest HARNE in tbe city. Harneb repaired prcmpt1.tM.1.r. ,;

'iI *hit ea-next week conoWa. votes. Mo.Cure.,'.Bo PayPrtca: Me. i and .. A ,BOOT "AND I3HO i REP.AIB SHOP IN CAN: --- QN.hnYt;. :, "v"

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, o|oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo A FEW WORDS *ABOUT DELAND o f Excess. I -- -zr'm; f\ TH is PARADISE EAST COIST RBGAINEQ.OP FLO'RIDA." ( )



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BLAND IB situated 110 miles south of OWII their own boats may leave them In charge RAILWAY
D .
COAST
Jacksonville on tho Jacksonville, Turnpa of the kuvpur fur a small monthly or yuarlyfeu. Of FLORIDA EAST "

I and Key West divisIon of the Atlantic The s"vel'lllake. of the club are being' Smoking Affected ,

Coast line. The town propor is live miles east connucted by the digging of canals] ; fifteen MyHeart .

of the St. Johns River un the hlvh" rolling" miles of luke shore will finally acquired. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14, ISQ3. '

\' pine lands of the grunt"orange rklif" .." of Florida NEAR-BY ATTRACTIONS. to. "
t It Is easily accessible from Jacksonville So IlIad: To Sit Up NORTHBOUND-READ UP. V.Condensed
.
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN
Golnir" vast thirty miles those who desire 11 '
r by rail over the A.C.lino,being a ride turouifl' -
chuiiKO of air and scene especially In tho um- To Breathe.Dr. No.28D.n
tle.74
\; '- many small towns piney woods uud hiuiimocko .- m"I'.lllId on thu 1l..llI'hbo'llIlI'eOIl..t Hoinfci'of the I jjuij pa3Ti3 t! tiit.vvSB t So,99 No.35 ;: No.23 STATIOtI No.98 No.78 Dany. Dan,. '"
; and thrice crossing" tho by..dl1th..OkJ \- tlnuHt Htretches of ocean bench' la the world. snojaSunp su jsnf el I ,. Daily. D..lly.. Dally. Dany. Dally.
/ ered St. Johns; or the traveler tuny reach tho Miles' Heart Cure 0a ..
.. ; town via the Florida East Const. railway taking DeLeon tinU Blue Hprlnifs" ure most IntelstIIIII' Cured Me. B 25! p 12 II p 0 40 Dl '1 55 '160a hi p 740p IIIOp
.dc : tickets at Jacksonville) to Orange City via natural objects within easy dl1\'II'lI'dls- 33 4a a ...... .. .S".J..lt.lon..lIle.Lv 'I 42al 'I
tance from DuJjmil ami the roads In any direction 0 41 56 lii 9 ai. St. AugustIne. 0 40 a4
: '..... St. Augustine Paliitka and New Sniyinu. Do- present n pleuslngvarlution) of oruiigefroves There ii nothing that ham deleterIous .. .p..9. ?? ::: :::: i .;
a more

,.: Isal..Uasingo..I.
.
Land Is 5
..... connected with Orange City by a reuu-; effect 1080 : [ .
( HTlant pinus, little lakes and tl'opl",1looklnlC upon the cardiac or heart nerve
-S.Jar stave line currying 8. mull mid a flue "hammocks." than time excessive use of tobacco. Pain and . .. TatTh ov. ...Pahatka.. .. 001'/\)/ \ ,
vl..1. .
bull road. :This drive of five miles through tenderness around the heart, an I _I .... ...1 a as u I 12 OyJ 100 a..r. l'aiatka.. .. II
'. the magnificent. forests awl over the shull HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. feeling the chest choking sensation oppressive in the 8 a8 P-I 8 a ..... ..15"" Mate '..An 805. 885 pi i sea p.. .'...."I
road makes this route a popular one tor thetourl.t. throat discomfort fioin Bleeping on the left I _'I.I..I. ,. .... ,.. e 1'1. 815 .I""r.. ..Blln IIlat..o..J.v....... ........ .. .. 100

.. I Your first question on reaching DeLand Is side and smothering spells .at night when the ... .. .. ...... n-i-i t1 .... Lv. ... N a.. ..Lv..... 11Io :
The meet picturesque routeXo ) for u stopping place A l offered Ir; .. ... .......
trreatarletyln 13 .. ...... ... irp.
:, Land is by river from J ly ikuuiixiUtf'to Luke I -Ironi ilie must hotel thoOIul..ol. sufferer has to tit up .in bed to breathe are ::: :::: : :::: ::: :: : :::::: t ::::: :
pulullul to
beresford, whlchjM-l' STU'lfluiidliiif: on tho the most common symptoms of a weak heart. n ii :iS'P' 3' S'p II 10 1 io'.1' ::::::Jr g \: ::::: 68i', : & 'f r;
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hoiue-llko board huuxu kept by Smokers who teel these symptoms and who 11 46' 1 101l6..D..y1on. ...... 41p .Up S &3p _
St. Johns. _Jt3firrTr-agulxiiio oltuu taken by ladles rufliieiiivnt.Vhutuuroiiewunluhe. do not understand their niramng should be :: i.l3 atop... lUV.3v .... ....PortOr..nge.... .4.. ii .... ....
i. th",-tB'Lu _"0 comes to Horlda for thu IIratMM cull bo tuvoninuiduteil. Tlie cards of He\era] warned in time, by the following experience. c.;>!z .1..1.0..1.3 p 1 03" 11 20,_-....N w Scm ruma.... 8118 .4 13 t 83 p 030. '11
: 11111. .. ...... .... .... ....
,r .From lJuVe..iord where lie disembarks of 'hutclH uiiil hniiHes he "I was greatly troubled with affectionof Cool 8 Up..O..k our brmrdlnir CUll an .1..0..0. :::.: .. :: ... .3 aup onp eiei
i from the uoiuiuouious anil coiulortuble steamer found In Ibis puper.nnd tho proprietors will the heat. due I think to excessive smoking. ..::I oj ... ........ tIS p.. sJ
' of the Clyde: Bt. Johns river hue tlio traveler take pleasure In fiirulHhlntf rates or all)' 01 lucyihifuVilhRtiol On writing:; to you for advice I was directed. _4_ ( . ... 30 450p t teo.i !
I reaches UeLand rail the t'' begin a course of treatment which included J .. ... .... hO 420 I ZI
. eitberby over ) deshvd.Neuily Tho llifcllltf of Twiirn.. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. Dr. Miles' I -001 88 .. .... .... Uti tap P" n
,l DoLund Branch, or ho wily take a hock which ull of our hotels alI
meets all bOl1tH.OLIMATE are suiTouiidud liy ...tlrnett'ardo! mid nm- milt I to liii ye 1)lf'n! the I hi;,mat /iniii'ili I I Ion 'rons with bathing/ etc. I faithfully followed the .. ; i ::::: :: .::.:: ..: ili'a n o 14 o co..p oL

t. AND HEALTHFULNESS. jt'sllo allude liveS .and all face paved btivets.For ri'coril. Tlirc Iiuuiitl red nil directions given und am pleased to say that ) ....... ........ .. ....... iiiI
Early lu your sojourn you will wish to insure a quiet home-life tuey ale unexcelleil. ii lit'ly my cure 11 complete and permanent. Be fill I ...... ..Eden... .. ... .. p.. .......
f.' yourself by oliBorvuUou and Inquiry regardlug 'Picnio parties tire gotten weekly by the tbou !nud men In nil \\ITO LllloU. fore beginning/ the use of your remedies I I .S: I p .......Je..en .. ...... .. iHNo. .. .......
uj
was so nervous I coulil not keep my hands t7 ...... : ..... .12.. .. .......
,;: the cllmutu of rlorida m general and guests anil hosts and plHumint days spent at bt.ll and suffered greatly from severe .25 p.... Sound ... .. IS ..... No.28 .
* that of JUcLdtiid In particular. vv 0 will aup'M. : plcnlu grounds fioni three to ten or twelve i\ Geruuuusis SIII..CI. limit around the heart./ Many times at night pains I D..I y. Jupller. .. .. .40 ....tall
' pose that you have come in JJecember or Jan nlles from town. It hI lielloviMl, In ( ;icriiiMiiy, tlmt 1ho would be forced to assume a sittinocouture __'--. ; .. IO! 8 55 a 118 .::..:. IIlIOa

uary.. Vou notice thnt luoatol' the trees ale SECRET SOCIETIES. I oxen eve widowed \\ llh R|>i>,'rli on to get my breath and for the time being it IIna. 5 I/I./50 j .'flue Breakers.. 10 10 il CI 8 850a 40a. 110 f 0 OOll'00 p \1'. '
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in lull leaf. Uuolcu roses, seen In the ?>>oriu St. Johns No. ChrlNtlUlis.c nt hillil milrhut. limit to would seem as though my heart had Mopped OUa $ ollCh.Lv. lOs Slip '. ':
Chapter 4, It. A. M.1111..m111'1" : -
only in beating./ From the .splendid results achieved 10 Ii" ....... ...Bovnlon .. .. ..... .. ..... P
. green-bonnes, arc blooming uuprutected ; T. it. Webb secretary. hear them it In luTt'Srt.U'y( II) put fern in my cine I can' cheerfully recommend Dr. 10 Tu ..... ... Jelra' .. .... ..... .....] IDS p
n' in the gardens. Uvoolhlug: reminds St. luhus Lodge, No. :37, 1'.Si A. :M.-Id members leaves In Ulll.'.. bouts.nnreiilii Miles' Heart Cure. Uej.lorative Nervine and ii 011 a. ..... / .. ..... ..... ttOp 1

;you most of favored the liucutMayor northern states.June. 'Ihe dajs moiitlia or the C3vress; H. I>t'ump.. lirucey No., secretary.U, W. or W.-.Tl members, ; r".f..r.. In i'nrln.The othei nervous remedies troubles.. to "all?-sufferers Yours truly from heart ELIJAH:: or ii l6Ua 11 4/1 25/ n.a.... ........... .... .... .. ..Holl..ndale.Lemon.. Mhami..Lv City........................05a....... ... .......... ... tOo 6 St l'P p

f from November" to Jilurcli may be claused together. 'r. It. Webb clerk. HAM.Dolhan.AhuAll ,

While the summers are long, lusting Magnolia Lodge'" No. ::1. I. O. O. F.-43 luem- bargain; counlir flonrl"lion In druggists sell and guarantee first bot- Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine j jJACKSONILLE
until October,thu VuUm"Ulul'lol'lIl ol the state, tiers; W. M. Woodward secretary. Fnrls as lu the retnll siutvs" of this tle Dr. Miles', Remedies.. Send (for free bookon

1 the uoustunt breezes, and tee requeue showers Myrtle Lodgo No. 81 I. K. of I*.-67 members; country. "Occasion" Is tlio sign: \ toy Dr.Nervous Allies Medical and Heart Co., Elkhart Diseases., Ind.HAIR .Address TO BT. ATJQTJ8TINE.ST. .
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' prevent the oxtiumes of oppiesnite' heat 'hris.' O. Codrlnitton kefper of records undeal. which It Is IviiovMi nn.l I the IMrlslan i I :- iNo.31 I No.S I '
' freijuent Inland mucU la a her 00111.Vrll housewife la not u \\'llltI..hllld\ the No. 23 I No, 27 No.29 I No. 33 I No.43 Daihy DaIly i No.93 Daily No.09

L and Way, U"tob..ulld .Novouiuer are the Cues A. 5). U. W.-15 members; T. R. Webb, re- housewife Aiuorlcii In knowing howto flatly, i Daily. I tally. I tally. I Daily. Ex. Es. I Jiahy. Ex. i
months of tho 'ear. / PA .!'(E,1'S _ I I I Mon. Mon. I Mon. I_ _
'. j corder. take adviuitoKo ? It. BALSAM Lv. .1wkumonvilla 7 fit a P 00 5 9 40 a 12 65 p i II p F1ij lip p i 5 p
Many people who have come here from the POINTS NEAR DsLAND. Clcfti..i>t and bcautitioi. the h&lA Ar. St. Auguuuiuinp 8 115 a 10 00 U 1O 5) a j 1 55 p I o iO p .!..i22.O p J 0 05 p, S 1
k._ North feast. awl West or Ironi one of the blue Springs.)) miles; lie Leon tiprlng miles; '* .-a ,. I'roiiiole' S Itixurlnnl. growth.Wovor .
;- AUGUSTINE TO
t The &...>A ( ,.11,1. Falls to Restore Gray JACKSONVILLE. -
,.,s soutberu states, testily that thin climutu biibr enterprise, K: miles; Oreen "'Springs 14 miles; ,:t : Jliilr to Ita Youthful Color.2ure ._
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r. given tuum great relief Irom rheumatism IIIIIBU""arU Camp, 1 miles; Wlniiemlssott' 3 The actual cuxt of mukliig till Suez ,, < fii-.tniHlm nip (lip| *'i'A Dmujlitl iiair"fulling. i I :'ii Fae: INo.

asthma. caturrU. coiisuniptlou, ...II'Iou.. ulles; Luke Helen 0 miles; neresl'or, 3 miles; rmiul was !4.1iO.OOO.! :: i tally.. 98 DaIly No, 02, DaIly Ez. finily Eut. Daily Es. j Daily No 44 Daily No. 30' tally No. 73. Daily No. 74. Daily No.20

: diseases of the throat und lungs. The benetlik Orange City, ((1 miles; Oll'lIwood.1111I1l'.; Illirliiin _ _ i Sun. I Sun. Sun. ILV.St.Auguistium
to be derived liom lile In Lou mild, opun uu are available, awl ale "Ju.d by hearty aim Mjtuiia !:5! miles; PIcrson :S3 miles; "Seville", .Ar.Jaok.onvihle. iSout o isa js i3p ii 40p I 1 lOp L7 1j I 30p Ii tOp S 50p

feeble .alike, throughout too entire )uu''U, :T miles; lIul'h"I'\11I0. 1U miles; Port Uraiitfe BCHKDTJLKS' : OF BRANCH LINES.SANE'ORD .
tar awl suuiiuer. 'Abo city Is lor &uhlssuu- Jim> miles] ; lhuIrllge: IS miles; lOmporlu, It) miles; DeLand : ,

rounded by forests of the. southern pine, en- jtolf Grounds J mile; Ueerfoot, Mineral
rlcuing thu uir wuu buluum.. lee iitmospueri.at :!1'I'h.O' miles. I :BRANCH.STATIONS. OKANQH CITY BKANCH.

HeliUud is remurkaoly diy tor rioridu. HOUSES AND COTTAGES. Booklet -No. t I II I (.No. 12 .No. 3 No. t I [No. 2 INo.4
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There are uo lakes* rivers or swamps in theimmediate There is great demand for furnlslieil houses tally I I Dally I Dally I Dally | UTIOS' I Daihyjj I'

vicinity, und the deep uuposlt 01 urilig, the winter 'I 05a Lv. ....... Tltusvllle .........Ari 1 ap .
season und persons who ; 7 IS a I LvLv. .... ...... .Mlms...........,.Ar 107 p 4 SIp bbs, - porous "sand provides pertect sui'iate' UraihHif ntend to como for the entire season should, 811a... ....... .. Osteeu...........Ar It 65 a OOlp 111l.LT.L.koUe'en.Ar1308p. ; I soap
.."... Aluluria is practically UUKUOWU. Them.couditlons '''UU1''' their uccommodatlons In udvuuce. 85,1* Lv .. ..... .Enterprise..Arhi 80 a 8 Do..tm 89 City.Aria 48 p a 89 p
with uu abuuuuucuof pure urtti- Five six-room cottages furnished rent forbId -_ _a a_ C_ U8OaAr. ... .. Sanforcl ... .... .. .L.'U 00 a 085 p JIL 45 aILv.or.n'e Jo .Lvll3 40p a ao ,

lieu water uud curctul "similar*' .arruuttemeuts to 413 a month ; larger houses from 11I1.!"> No. 19 No. 17 I I No.18'' No.20 ,
uiuku" ties uaqucsiiouuuiy clue of thin" fur a modest residence to 4IUO] per month for Sun.Only. Dally] MAYPORT BHANOH.Lv :. I I Dally Sun.Only. ,

most hcaltuf plates. to bu touad unj where. U place with all modern Improvements etc. 81 pages, :3:2 pages halftones. show- iloht 43 p ....... ...... .......... Jacksonville ........................Ar80 a I 0 5'
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. PRODUCTS. iti<( locul HceiioH of Dt-Luud aud vi- 31 08 a 4 53 p Ar.................... South Jacksonvlll ....................Lvi 8 13 a I p
DyLan Is III I he midst ol one of tIme most 11 40 a !324 p I jAr ... ....................Pablo Beach..................... ..Lv/ 7 SO a. I p
.... 'hlJrch street, 11 41 Ar. .... ... .. 1:3
lu the of be iiiily ( ( scenes, a BMP .. .. ... .... e.oh..L. 745 a, I p
way public Improvements CUll nportunt orange growing sections of Florida.uimsh1iuiibIe buildin 1200m 6 43 p IAr. ...... .. .. ...... ........ Mayport. ..... .......... .... ....Lv 180.a,
mentioned several miles of the ttnest slieh : fruit was shipped from this MJC- fainiinoperations, university!:
roads, electric lights on the muiu streets 01 tin lust 3ear. The taming season will see '.clnlj !.
the city a system of water work that lu irgely Incrcusod, shipments' und the timo Is1I0t MR.S. L. S. ADAMS. DIne ;pl'ing, DcLooii Spring, St. from These tbl1e"v"'al Time stations Tables show, but their Ihe times arrival at which or departure trains may at the be times expected: stated to I.arrive not guaranteed and. depart

owned and operated by the city, supplliifc" fur distant when. III nil probability I Ibis JolitiH nor dies the Company hold Itself responsible tor any delay or any consequences arising
Of scene; ninny
therefrom.
the purest water at u little above cool; nisi will again be great orange producingcounry. pages
furuisblug adequate lire protection secui- The production of tbe pineapple] heieromlBcs of Cardui I Indeed a blessing nuitfcidcboiiptive of the
leg .low rate of Insurance. Au electric llgm to rival that of the orange. Keietitperlincnls to tired women. Having .uffe'ullor, town J; ndrcrtisenietita' of all leading Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.

plant furnishes lights lor street uud Inienuillgbilug. e\ prove that with comparativelylexpenaive seven years with weakness and bear. busim-KH and professional bOo
!. Wo uhio buvuuu ice factory, supplying protection .Buch soil und cllniiito In .down pains, and having tried >everJ \Ma and Louses. men, BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST HAVANA AND NA.SSAU.MIA.MI.NABS.&ULINE. .

V..Lunllul1l1 the surrounding oountivwith 1111 that of DuLanil will piontubly produce | : doctors and different remedies boarding
tbu article so essential to coiulort in fruit which in siam andiiuullty fur surl'lI..es H vi'h no success your Wine 01 f Cardul : MIAMI-K.E'Z WEST.UAVA1I.A. LUJ1D. ,,--"-

northern as well .as suutheru climes. the pineapples grown without" shade further 'I tons tne only thing which helped me, Sent postpaid to any address, 25c. Oommonolntr January 11903. I Commencing January 16. 1903.

Olltll. son eventually cured me Itjeemcd to LvMinnmt Mon..Thur... .. .. .. .. .... ..11 0' p Ly IIrlaml Buo..Thur...................... S 35 a f.0
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. in J tine urJuly large of build up the weak parti strengthen Ar Nao. 11Tu"... 1'1. .. ... .. .. ...... .. 3 00 p ,Ar Key West Bun., Tbur.. ......... ........10 80 p
*. Nine houses. of worship' that UeLuud quantities delicious 'I the system and correct irregularities." THE NEWS PUnLJ Lv N.t..all Wed.. Sat .. .. ...... .. .. .10 (to\ a Lv Key West Suil. ........................ 00 p
tt-htlfy
.. 1811.0I&urch-llol.nli..l'o11lIUuulty. lluptist hpnt- Jupuii perslmuioiiH' Japan plums pecan I By "tiredwomen" \rrq. Adams Fehruary ::3, 1903. Lv Havana! Mon., .Fri. ::::::::::::::::::: 4 00 oAr
JXI\'I1U..i1-31 ti.aOUI..III'ul'IlIe'u\ und boutli-! Key West Tui 504
-- tuts, guuvas, Blnb"I'rla. wuiteihlieloilS, und means > who have Florida. Lv \1(14011 :lInn.. Wed Fri. .. ... .. I 00 P Lv Sat..S
- -' )1'rOlli011I( Weat Tn. .
--' //1 Key 00 a
Chrisuaiis: .
: ern). Presbyterian, aud ItomuuCutUollcs lany ub-l rohicul fruits" grown here mm 1thuccess. disordered of the t Nassuiui :Tiles.::: Thur. Put : gg Ar Miami Tue... Sat.,. ..... .. ............ 'I QO
besides colored iluptlsts ond Metbu- 11II'IISt'A. fillinj( Na mimi Tiles.:: Time. : Suit.. :.::::::::: ; -_ _ _ _ _ _p
For the local market and fain Myjrimlen vvomb, oraritin; trotil.li'S or" any of Arll1ll1mlW.d.Frl.8un. .. .. ... .. 680a
diets are represented. The urudcd schuul an almost "..ullu.'lIrlel)' of vegetu- these uiliiicnta that \\(,nicn hi.p.You ; Commencing March 30. 1003. Above hour. based on 90th Meridian atena. .

oilers an eight yuu"II' courses and tho" building iles may be produeetl. during the entire )eur. can cure yotir.flt' nth>uno with t'i.: .. .. Lv :l,11..ml Mon.. W..d..Frl.. .. .. ... . D 00 P ard Time, that shown forNallall I.local
1 which it occupies new Suit newly furnished The soil is particularly adapted, to torn and this (front/ 'women's 1"11",1.Nillu"( \ rff. Ar Nassiuu rile.. Thu.. Sat ............. 630 a except
throughout" .und Is one of thu most conmiudlous .t Lv N museum Poets. Thur., Sat. 00 or Nassau time.Ar .
und best equipped public schools In the iweet potatoes. Itecent trials prove that au of Car<1ui. Wino of C'ltrdtii has 't-' I ; : Miuinut, Vej., Fri.. Sun .:::::::::::::: : 110 p a I
unusually high grade, of tobacco lucy be pr- cured thoimiivU of cnnog which r :;'f > et.
state. A certificate of "graduation Irimi this luceil on the high plno land. Parts of Volu-] doctors hllve fijisi to Leuniit'huv 1iii'm"i For copy of Local Time Card addre.s .
!' ...boolill accepted .at John JU. btetson L'nlverslty slit couiity are adapted to thu cultivation. of not begin; to get well\ to.II: ) ? All ,: !!TI ( : ::! ;Xt.1 ll 'IlJj.. any Ag.nt.J.
' and entitles thu pupil to entrance Into : "7 }' D. RAHNER Al t. Gen. Pass
sugar Chub. tlrugtriiti have $1.00 bolllft. For !: .: >> : $ Agent.5 8'1' AUGUSTINE, PLA. J ,
, the academic course there. MANUFACTORIES. tiny stomach, liver or bowel l tliaor- 1.x--: ;; ,-"'- _t..": 'l.k..;f.o.cl .
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' The chief manufactured product of Hul.und her Theilford'g BlackDraughtshould I ( ....thi luts.I'IouP.or.Llp., : -
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. / Aw L,,:. ',.nh '1.. ,'i"ulii.,;; ,
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be I ,1'hILJOII'''" !
If! This Is the leading educational institution 'and vicinity Is lumber., Time .abundant supplyof uaocl.KorndTii1enn ,, Or.ryli. nt.ii' '.tmfUp! '"> lufhi :h-c'if: ,\ounlRiii LOUfSVfLLE' & NASFWfLLE' R.R
yellow pine und cv press might lie made Into lt.r.'mtmr.,slier ., 'irtvlnn' i hi" ::n: .cit 'I nv'v .1II ui I" Ott'.li niunth, 18 .
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tf L in the state. uud. attracts many lumllles toSfl NVtn|melts. Tli:, l.nh-i AMII| | ; J'lpiutIIIPIIT. \.t. I iiill., uUa, .. C, rtni .1 t.. uf Mi! uil.i.him .
lleLand for the winter months. Tbe instltu a great variety of articles now shipped lu ciumoulnumogmu' 'I I be: t'rmllanowRi, 'jiuu.' :::: .Metllilnu (.0.' uhifh KIVIT' thopHvIk'ffd. of club% lOan In New -First!; Class Service and Quick Schedules to-
**. from a distance. Among" the inaunlacturlhRndiiNtrtes York L,it\'.antl,,(huviiiK liriiritttirA." nab' or"11I-
, tlou bus. about 4tluUUUU invested In building ; sued| liiHtniiiiuntu, of anytli'itcriptioniitwholnwitlapricoM
already established we .have nil I Ice
4U instructors of ability und assistants from : Aftvlnir! sou from WS: to tin;; on your purhni Birmingham, Nashville, Evansville, Chicago,
"l.lI1t.[ a fertiliser factory, a novelty woodworking I .nii, Dnn'tfiiiltnjniniitnnce.YnnwIirfiotniucllinorA :
noted uolleaes of the L'ullud btutes and foreign \Vli EOFCARDU t ban MUTUA.L Li Louisville Cincinnati
e\tubllshmeit that. turns out ninny yonrmopry'.wonb. rpnAJIVM St. Louis .
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countries constitute the faculty. At full "" U..erulll1l11"olll Its line; u CIIH&UVU starch factory -
tile present. time about 4UO students ure registereil. -and All Points West and Northwest.lo .----
f heiouml one ut Luke Helen giving em- __ __ _____ :
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0 ile. New Orleans
loiiieiit to many hands and woi'king thousands and AU Points Southwest. MBwyThrough =

<, belug given Chicago lu either University ludtiiutlon pro ruia for credit wurk of acres of laud. I tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon '

,'. done lu the other btetson bus u productive, OUR PEOPLE. # "JRIDERAGENTSWANTED I Ticket Agents In Florida.For .
eadowuicut of 4JUUuu. Tbe buildings urn The people of oLund are from almost. everypart .
Si'lieiliilcn. Ral'lImd Car.
Sleeping Reservations apply to
1 of the lilted States 'ihej are Imcllljfout ] one In each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 model J. M ,.LEM I NO.
large and substantial every co.ufort bebiM C L. STO N e. C. P. A.. Florida tuisseuuger Agent
/ provided as in a modern botel. Catalogues and progressive. They huve worked, euimiu II1 bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MANE 91O TO LOul8>tile, Ky. 206 West Bay Bt.. JacksonvilleFls

* '. way be obtained free. by uddrcsuing' the """01'r. < >*tii>ully for twenty-four >'eam to build II t tea A IMFfKbeBitleslmvlngrawheeltorldeforyourself. I

'4.. neut l>r. J. }'. Foi'bus. UI' tuelr heuuiifnl little ..II}'. I'niiiteirup'etlprogress II1YA 1902 Models!
and impiovfuicut fiuvu been tho result. Guaranteed $9 fO $15UA'
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: ., Pavements in BICYCLING.and about the city .and the of Their those deslru who ure now turning Is that' southward ns muny uii may 1diblu .- .1900 and 1901 Models MB/KsEr3 $7 to Sit f| ATLANTIC COAST rlINEf :

i\. ., excellent paths that" have "been made to udjaeent see for themselves what beLaud offers both Il1IY 500 Secant/ Hand -

towns ami points of Interest oiler unox1' to settlers und winter residents; for rhei, taken In trade 1)your Chicano WheelS$3 fg '" 8'tfl.a 0
: celled opportunities to the wheelman. Those many more will surely agree with the litany A' makes and models. good, as new.. ......... ...... I I
-..'../ who have ridden, bicycles on almost every who now pronoume iJeLund on account or 1tt "We ship any bicycle ON APPROVAL to any- :I.ELi1z.cDLd.:: Ce>. :
" kind of road .and pavement are unanimous in her climate und her people, her unlvcralty one without a cent deposit in advance and allow

.'. the opinion that. our pavements .are us good churches and fraternal organizations her hotels L / "
10 FREE
DAYS
as asphalt liesldus the paving of the streets cud her homes, her products, her pubillImprovemuntit TRIAL. SSiiS? The Great Through Car Line From Florida

in the city limits tbe residents beyond the corporate and her merchants the most A I no risk In ordering from us, as you do not need ,.

. bounds have extended the" roadway InIt attractive place In alt the southland] for tbemHow i ''k to pay a cent it the bicycle does not suit you. .

some coses. several miles. An excellent bicycle s S \\.s & vrhr until you have written for cut CONNECTIONS:
path has been made to Lake lieresford, DO MOT BUY FACT0 \' PRICES fREE: TRIAL OFflR.:

I three miles distant ; .also a good shell road to to Remove T'ar Stulii Tlreg: equipment,sundries and sporting goods of al 1 kinds at OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah, Charles .
To remove pitch ,and tin stuln rub half regular prices I In our big tree suuudrvata1oguo. Contalma EAST
Orange City five miles south nnd a path to world of useful Information, write for It. TO THE ton, Richmond, and Washington thence via the
distance. by of lord on the stuln and( let It staiiil for a WE for Inexchange
Lake Helen five miles way WANT., reliable person In each town to dlutntbutecatalcgnes us Pennsylvania Railroad.
" :. Lake Winnemlsiett. few hours. Sponge with spirits of turpeutluo W rite today for free catalogue and our apeolii offeiv VIA LI--RAIL. _ _

. FISH AND CAMK.: the color until of the the stain fabric l lit removed should be It J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., .- III.WINCHESTER TO WEST The LouUvllle and Nhabvllla, via Montgomery. t

. Florida waters, fresh and Halt. .abound in .
. It with chloroform The
and Ohio
changed: sponge -- -- --- Mobile Railroad via Montgomery .
'flah. and the hunter need not go far. to find
- ajid tbe color will be restored. -r--------
good bird shooting. The lakes. of the finLand .1EAST <<
Via Savannah and .
OceanSteamsblp Company for New York. ..
of
miles east
Aiuatlo Club one and** half '
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' PhIladelphia and Boiton. '
and smaller How to Freshen Cot Flower. ,<
with base
r" f town are well-stocked ,Vi" Norfolk Steamer for New York and
'Cut off the tip of each stalk und Washington
flab, and afford great sport to those plscatot TOTHE ,
:;: :>," rtally Inclined. During. the bunting season stand tbe stem In water of about 100 Baltimore.

>\. guides take the tourists to quail. grounds and degrees. When they have revived!, arrange VIA STEAMSHIP nnn..b and Merchant and Mlntri Transportation Companr

:V" '. seldom fail to baga goodly number of these In vases filled wIth lukewarm FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS for Baltimore and Philadelphia.) I ITo

:'Jg-; ; fat and Juicy morsels. water to which a tiny pinch of salt bus

' S, THE: DsLAND AQUATIO CLUB. been added._ If the tips of the stalks "New Rival" "Leader" "RepeatediF Key West Via Peninsular and i it:t

\ .\ cut off day and tbe water In ., -AND- _
. This club was oruanlJWd In 1001 by our lead. are every -_JTrLru1J 11tTIJTUI11r1J'Y11JL. p
, 'i< tug citizens who reooifnUed the need of water which tbey stand changed, they will HAVANA. Occidental Steamship Co. !
for reliable
arc looking shotgun ammunition -
.', _' attraotlou for the tourist and home people. last much longer. Remember In gathering | you I Iilea.ge

,t' .T>M olub has purchased a thousand acres of flowers to send by mall that they I the kind that shoots where you
beautiful fresh-w be than buds If Tiok.ets.
. land surrounding several should scarcely more
ter lakes In which splendid flablngIs. found. you want them to arrive In good con- L point your gun, 'buy Winchester Factory Interchangeable Mileage Tickets !good over 13,000 milell of amonsrjthe

.11. 01 The town olsib-bouae and U teached U about a by roll a splendid and a half paved east dition. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with aR'ent principal railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by tbe principal ,. ,

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...,. u street and bicycle track on New York olub-house avenue How to Clean Wall Paper Black. powder; "Leader" and "Repeater loaded Through Pullman Sleeper,"Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast

A oonventon and commodious To remove grease spots on wall paper Line also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. r

.onto a place for .' sight-seer or ptonl Ue'ii mIx pipeclay with water to the consistenCy with Smokeless. Insist upon havjng Winchester For reservations and Information 'apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line

-1. pan 7 to ree*, to secure lunohon. to Wu* of cream spread It on the' Factory Loaded Shells .. and no others. or write: _
Dr '' 'oooJ baminoaks and MM the rippling accept FRANK C. BOYLSTON
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or"sketch..' A boatatsand i spot and leave It till next day, wben It I It D. STARK,
ea''to WJ'1&e4 1 ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Commercial Agent. ..
Tray Paw. Agent
Is easily be brushed or scraped "
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DSu"f I Society, Personal, Criminal Court.

/ 8 Church and Home g The Spinster Club was reorganized r !,

6. o Monday evening, at a meeting held h
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i ''f' a In Ladies' Waists Chil at the borne of Mrs. E. L. Powe. The
Dressing Saques,
i '" dren's Ready Made Dresden! and D. B. Harereaves, whose homeis regular weekly meetings of the club NEW r

now at Valdosta, Ga., is spending a will be \ll'every1\l0nday\ evening at
."' "' few weeks fn DeLand for the benefitof the borons of the members.
NEWEST CREATIONS I
r .\J:/, his health. Dave's many old friend GOODS are constantly arriving
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7'y l IN MILLINERY\ here are pleased to meet him and MI*S TA\VNKY'S CAltU PARTY. .. atBiGELOw's. *&
entertained of
shake his genial hand. I MlssTawney a score

her friends most delightfully Wednesday .
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. O'Brien -
S Aa for the'new Waist and Dress Goods, I In DeLand several days the first were of the evening. Cards There were the orderof \ MEW ;L:
d evening. were eight
cannot do justice to their beauty, so will the week, the guests of Mr. O'Brien'scousin .
tables, and the winners of the first
ask you to come and see "The Prettiest Mr. O'BrienIs I ... '
Captain Donahy. .
Things You Ever Saw" at traveling representative for Kran- 'and second prizes were Mrs. Smith .......... means new Bargains t
/ and Mills Remmers, while the booby .rOQIr\ h ar
Ich & Bach, piano manufacturers, of prize went to Miss Cooper. The three :: ", ) at $IGELOW'Sd .
::E'5 McE2 :ROY's.: New York. I -
I prizes were respectively a beautiful

Miss Bessie Hammerly vlslsted lace doiley, a handsome piece of

oU fNfNWWWfNWWGSILNWWWWWWWW O friends Orlando over Sunday. Mexican drawn work, and an illustrated

Col. C. L. Gartman, a very interesting set of cards. Three persons
matota )meeaatoetatlfmmaelmtom.mmmQmaaaamOr gentleman from Zionsvllle, had secured the same maximum count," Od O-I Fbd P1iY3814I Pl O"J.O.Ioolo Cr t4i ,

Ind., Is spending a few days at the eleven, and therefore drew for the

; (tfALOCAL & PERSONAL BRIEFS Bennett house. Colonel Gartman is first place, Mrs. Smith winning. Thelrentlemen'II ,- '-
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: making a tour of the state prizes were won by Mr. ---
iW* Mlckle and Mr. Anthony. Refreshments -
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... \ Mr. W. II. Newell of Coronado was contested of lobster salad, Reeve I..

4.... .... :School::! supplies at Aliens' Phar* Valentines 3 to 5. In DeLand on business Monday and served tastefully on lettuce leaves, takes Photographs
ti, k macy. Valentines 10 to 25.
Tuesday.Mr. with sandwiches and olives.
Valentines 35 to 1.00. The sec-
There are more people In DeLand Valentines 1.00 to 1.50. ond course was ct.l ee followed by ice
today than ever before at one time. Gussie Dreka, who has been at-
At Brills. cream and, cake. All the
Ryland & Sparkman now handle the tending school at Washington, D. C., guests Reeve takes Photographs in
showed their of
appreciation the good
free delivery ot express tor Agent Mrs. John I. Alexander of DeLeon returned to DeLand the lint of the
.., Powe. has opened a boarding house in the veek. He will now remain at home. things set before them by eating witha first-class style.
Godfrey house on New York avenue. will. Especial note should be madeof
Call Bros. for anything
on Harsh Mr. J. B. Conrad was in DeLand on the favors, consisting of and
is in pen
&. wanted from- well regulateu mar- Yellow jessamine full bloom.
ket. The many vines about town"' are beautiful Tuesday, having returned from St. ink sketches from the artistic hand of takes Photographs in
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The governor has 'appointed J. R. but perhaps the most beautiful Vugubtine, where he went for medial our artist, Mr. W. A. Sharp; it is Reeve first-class style at
in front of the Olive Branch.
is that
,. Wetherell as a notary public for the treatment. His friends will be needless to say that these souvenirsof very reasooable prices.!!!

state at large.A Tom Hodges, while loading railroad pleased to learn that he is much bet- the evening will long be kept both

carload of brick, paint and roofing -' crosstles on a wagon at Lake Helen ter. ( for their happy suggestions and their rP
one day the Ural! ol the week, let a tit .
for the station at Lie-
new railway Miss Blanche Bronson has accepteda own intrinsic worth. "They are real
tall on his band while it rested on the :
Land Junction U the ground.
:. When once begun now the on work will be wheel of the wagon. Two of the fingers position with the Hill Printing! Com- works of art. The subjects of the

", pushed to completion. were broken and the hand was pany at Gainesville, fy#".iblch place sketches were local bits from the

.,' G. badly crushed. she left this week. South, lakes of Florida, and soon. The .|?CH<>KH<>KKH<>KW<+<-K+<>I-!(+0+0+040+0 f !
: ,;.. A. Aliens Minstrel's, under tent,
t tt: i which have always shown to good Two cottages for rent near the Uni !| company dispersed: at a late hour,
.:J,.... "t bouses at DeLanu the past, will\ versity.: Enquire at this olJlce. Mr, G. E. Muriel left on Tuesdayfor loud In their praise of the royally 8100,000.00Is

.,F: '. appear here again on !Monday, the Jacksonville, at which place he I !good time tendered them by their
p : lain. Every hotel and boarding house In aas accepted a position with the hostess
town is chock-a-block, and severer 01 generous
\ .:. Beach & Miller line from the amount of business
t'i Marsh Bros. will be pleased to serve them have turned away guests for running we _
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:: all tnelr old customtia and 100 new lack of room. Jacksonville to Crescent: City; Mrs. Bracey Is expected home Sat
,-., ':..". ones with the uucst Hoof: : Pork, Veal, urday, much to the delight of the doc- would like to do this year. rWE'LL "
. ,f' Mutton, etc., in town. About $15 was netted by the play Our popular young friend, E. Bay tor and Miss Mabel, who have had a .. \
given at the court house last J'nda! ) Conrad, was over from Neoga this
Business[ has been rather quiet this lor the benefit: : ot St. Barnabas church. ; serious time with the "grub" ques
w .e.f, owing, periaps: to the gays t es: week. He came to attend tHe meeting tion. d
, /f, in town; but no oue: is any the: worse Rollins College and Stetson University !: of the stockholders of the Bond

'. for a little pleasure. : baseball teams will play a & Bond Company, Incorporated, and The Guild of St. Barnabas church

o': Mrs. S. B. Wright/ Is getting up a"quotation !game at the athletic field on Friday stayed a day or no to attend gala will \give[ a "sample sale" about the lIukeit to your interest to
f,:' book" which will be Issued: next. Uullins baa a very strong team middle of next month. The samplesare
week festivities.Mr.
!:.....' under the auspices ot the: Latuo::,,' Improvement this year, with one or two protesaion- now being obtained from the deal here and help us toward e
school"
' : :Society. Each UcLauditewill als, who are "attend ing there, i
:
I'!Ir, be playing with them.: Stetson::: has a Thomas, L. Alcott, wife and wholesalers throughout the country.
, ..\ I given an opportunity to \publish i- that
., his or her: favorite quulation bur very /good team, but Is rather weak In child arrived in DeLand the last of The latHed have written about six figure. J

.,-.s the small amount ot tru cents.: The the box. the week, and will spend ten days or hundred letters to wholesaler asking

' S" ;' book will then !be puuiianed and sola Piano Tuning-Wade, the tuner, more with Mr. Alcott's brother, W. for samples. Besides: the samples, j
as a souvenir. ...
will continue tils round of tuning here
.
Quite a number of our winter visitors next week. Leave orders at Mrs. --- :" ALCOTT.,1

;' secure extra copies ot THE: NEWS :Swift's. It O.a 0..0.-0..0..0..0..0..0--0'0---0 '.0.0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0--0..0
:t..;""r and send them to mends: at home.
.Ju t .," Tbe two column write-up: ot the town THE: NEWS has received from the: DON'T BE DECEIVED) :O+O+C>I-OorO-I-o-t-O+t.'H-o-K> '
publishers, The Abbey Press, of New .
k is, to them,one of the moat attractive: '
'I. : features: of the paper. York, a copy of an interesting little: i n
1:. !book eutitled'dThe Reward ot Filial! I ( !
; Walter Adams In out of The Is. placed In China, : '
"i r : getting a Piety. story "All coons (don't) look alike to me,
: ; wagon/ Monday night, was thrown to and is quite touching. It has been
the: ground, las wrist apralnedand the dramatized by the members of the you, or anyone else. Neither are all .

} flesh to ji. The wounded: member: : was Palmetto Club of Daytona. Florida meats tough; and if you will l' ;
dressed: my Dr. Davis, and the: autlerer: :
,4: L:) 'is now gel tlllg along very: well, though J. E. Alexander's horse ran away only let us we .
yesterday morning with the negro '
the entire arm is quite palnlul. REWARD to wise
: fiver tearing the buggy to pieces. WE CAN AND WILL comes people *
People who have paid their bills in who take advantage of every opportunity ]
!' the past will continue to do HO, while -

,,-.. those who were: never known to pay Criminal Court Session 9 of making: money-saving purchases.The .j
bills will "Oh carnival CONVINCE YOUof ,
say: the company
Criminal Court met on Tuesday, bo is Here time
opportunity and the
took all the money out of town J
'" and I cannot pay that little bill to has attracted little notice this: week, is Now.

day. I will bring It around next owing to the festivities. G. II. Math- this fact. We have on sale a full line I. J

week." ews of Daytona was tried for the illegal of Fine! Juicy, Tender Florida( Beef.: Ryland & Sparliman. _, ..
Secure a copy of the DeLand Booklet I sale of liquor. The jury failed to -t
Also stock of Western ...
a complete MeatsE. t -
and send:: it to your friends: at agree on a verdict. He was defended i
f. .. home. The booklet contains a write-
.
.. up of the town and University, and 32 by Attorney Alexander. The other L. McBride, } On)! theCorner.
lit II
..... full-page!: halftones, including/ views liquor cases were continued. J. B. Malinger. IE"I' I
of all the churches, buildings Marshal to the
university pleaded guilty larcenyof
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
.
1. Viand street scenes. Price postpaid grain from Dreka's warehouse and a o a 'o aw a -a a a o' o o' a o -c>.a o -0.-0..0..0.
:2oc! this -- ----- - -
C ,at office. -------
Since moving to his "country home" made a "confession" implicating- i, W. Alcott, and with Mr. H. M. Getty they will have refreshments and <>><> orasoaoaar oa1o I.o-1 o-1 fT f-f T r wFOloloio '
bert Tlllman and Emery Baldwin, who 2-------------- h
, .. VVinnemiusett, Attorney Alexandersays and family. !Mr. Getty took: them fancy articles for Hale.
being tried the ofgrand' 9.A Great
are now on charge Opportunity
he has formed
-
a municipal government. over to Daytona Wednesday. They
1 According to Mr. Alex:: larceny. Solicitor Perkins is Barnabas
St.
had never seen the ocean before, and Episcopal Church--
'., ander's story, Captain Donahjr Is mayor assisted by Attorney Palmer of Or- *
Tom baker la marshal, wnile tue: lando. The defence: U represented by wanted to compare it with Lake Next Sunday, February 15: the services |j to get a w.
will be 10 chlldrens'
1 "narrator"-Mr Alexander Michigan. : a. m., ser-
prosecuting
I''F. ..t cruey. The first case. to Attorneys Pope and Fish. William vice and Sunday school; 11 a. m., cho- Machine
',::, come up'iu the city court was that 01 Wyant pleaded: guilty to breaking and Sunday, March 1st, will be a red- ral service with sermon. Prayers Sewing '

',1Ir Norman Parker, who was arrested: entering.The letter day at tbe First M.\ E. church, every Wednesday and Friday at '4
tor riding a wheel without a light.: jury for the week: consists of the occasion being the reopening and )
The handsome defendant was sentenced : p. m. (Cheap
to rise every morning tor oue \v. R. Barnhart, A. C. OsteenJoseph: dedication of the new Sunday school

mouth at 4 o'clock, instead: of 6 Davis, Z. T. Bielby, J. M. Jackson, G. room. The Rev. L.. S. Rader, D.D.; Judge Robert Boyd and Mr. R. A. -

o'clock as heretofore. This honorable W. Johnson, C. N. St. John, A. B. of Miami will olHclate.: Von Totenhahn, who have spent several $35.00 Cash

r position will have no etrect on Mr.Alexand2t's Wilkinson, R. C. Breland, A. J. Good- -- weeks at the Olive Branch, leave i \

candidacy for Congress.THE son, William Johnson, Dan Black- Mrs. John B. Stetson arrived from next week for Daytona, where they will Late
buy a Style
: NEWS has received two orthree4nteresting welder. Philadelphia this week, and joinedMr. will spend some time before returning 11

through the letters mall'recelltly.for publication As- S'sMarine Stetson at the College Arms. home. Drop-Head, Oak or Walnut Finish,

tbe names of the writers not
were Industry. Mrs. H. D. Braceyls visiting her The ballad concert, which was tohave Domestic Machine.
; .signed, tbe articles have not been tbe world about 3 pel'eent Sewing
{ published. The rule in all reputable Throughout daughter, MnYongue, at New Smyrna. been given in the auditoriumthis
of gain their living directly
'' newspaper offices is to publish no communication people The groom, Dr. Bracey, is dis evening, has been postponed on ;'
THE FURNITURE: HOUSK
4' ,,,'"'t As the articles unless reflect the writer on no is known one In' from the sea. consolate. -- account of Miss Crawford's indisposition 2 J.J F. ALLEN & GO, I VOLUSIA COUNTY. J. :4

a personal manner: it will not be necessary Horehoima Candy. Miss Price, a missionary: from to a later date, which will be 2 O ...

to sign the articles-but the Steep a tablespoonful of dried bore- China, will speak at the Baptist announced later. (>I 0 FO'MOdOF04.03.tft l OIr to
writer must be known to the editor. hound In half a cup of water for two .. .. '
--- -- -- -
If the people who wrote these articles hours. Strain and add one pint of sug- church on Sunday morning.Rev. Mr. Monroe Wiley, editor of the

..k will send their names-not for publication ar and one tablespoonful of vinegar. R. J. Carson will preach at Tribune, Warren, Ind., was a pleasant DeLa.nd
but for the Information of the
editor-the articles will Boll jvithout stirring. When brittle, the First M. E. Church on next Sun- caller at THE NEWS office yesterday
be considered
__ .for publication. pour In a greased pan. day morning, at 11 o'clock, and Rev. morning. Mr. Wiley is in DeLand fora Saw and Planing lills and Novelty Works.

Addyman Smith, the pastor, at 7:3Q: brief visit to his wife and children,

Ic o'clock. All are cordially invited. who have been spending the season J. T CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Abram ""'
Services at the Baptist church on TenEyck. -Manufacturer of- 'kYr

Why are t Sunday will be as usual at 11 a. m. and Dressed & Rough Lumber: ;t
Owing to the rain last Sunday afternoon ,,...
7:30 In the Miss Price ..
p. m. morning ,
NunnaFfy's a mlsslonarylf rom Spanghal,wUl speakon no vesper service was held Ceiling":,, goring! Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. ;'

the work in China. Miss Price was at the auditorium. The service on I CONTRACTOR' iP BUILDER Will furnish plans and specifications and
Ot; estimates. Special machinery at mill for .A.1i .
in China during the Boxer Sunday will be under the auspices of ; i. j'
present re- the Stetson Quartette. finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee ..,
Candies bellion. Young People's meeting at .- tlrst-class work in even particular. ') ,
.
"
6:45: p. m. Visitors and residents are
The Bloomer Girl baseball aggre" \ '
II cordially invited to these services. gation Is in Daytona and is trying to 11..1'-1'

f' :, always fresh Attorney Frank W. Pope of ''Jack arrange team-one two In games!Daytona with on the Tuesday DeLand or POND LUMR COMPANY, ; },

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and
sonville W.
Attorney L. Palmerof 1
They are made and Lipped by' Wednesday and one In DeLand on
'
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J f' '
Orlando were In DeLand several Thursday or Friday. -+-800S00 o I '

t. : express AFTER' our order fs Before purchasing Lumber call at our.Tards,at the Depot, DeLand ., r4 4 .J

received.. On sale at'FUDGER'S, ...o..o..o..oi Prices on all kinds of i f


: FOR Cabinets.Photographs In Covers. Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiliifc! t' ,;
i
; i Panels on Malden Board. ,
.. \ A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards
Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Easels..

'" YOU,! ,We- Study' to' Fleane. Mouldings! ," Turning, :,' j& 1 1

1 .> \ .MISS N AI.-.S: STUDIO: V "* ;
Brick,:Everything in the.Lam W Lina. 'OrtlrMdel3t! Kt1MIaell# .t.t,k

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PORL) OJ74NCE.. Sideache -TH* LELDINOProfessional -- Now OPEN \v

) ,; THE OLD RELIABLE NOVEL BIRTHDAY PARTY (Special Correspondence. andBusiness

Port Orange, February 0.-The card BackBcne-

_ party last Tuesday night! was exceedingly Men Hotel Putnam. \
Alfred A. Howlett Asks Many
OY4 entertaining. Mrs. Mlllburn

<< Widows to Dine With Him. makes a charming! hostess. -OJ' DE LAND.-
DeLand F+s'. \
The dance on Wednesday: night/ wan .
DeadUChe
..
v JBS.VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D., .
well attended adeemed to enter
't HE WILL BE THE ONLY MAN THERE "
i O Into the pleasure sf\ with a zest of enjoy Physician and Surgeon.New W. p. CHASE, \ .

,. -- ment. "

1 \ Retired Banker of Syracuse Who Col. Hoe and his! wife take frequent 10., York*. M Ave.tolSs.&to4aadTtoVP.M.U D.LaodFIa. Once Hour. Proprietor. "?.*)

7 Look. Forward to Celebrating:: ; HI trjjniU! :; Dlytoniand; drives around

; llUtjrcou Dlrtnday line. KimHTitlcetl ..tfjwn in their auto. I SO. A. DAVIS, M. D., BLACK '
G41 : (
4 Wnltrewve and Orckemtra 9t' Mr. Barry and family have moved Physician and Surgeon SMI1t

Women to Entertain One HuoiXred from here and will make their home '
Office Hours: 8 A. M.to 12: M.; 1 to ft and Ito
-
a r r
.
G and Twe.- v. Fair uuei&iC In Plant City, where he will engageIn / IIP.M.Speolal .- -. AND .
41r11 "AK and ,
attention to midwife surgery '
There are few' more ln>rtfestlng char- strawberry culture. Call answered atany hour. Offloe In residence SHUjp (: f '
of Court WAGON ,
Indiana Avenue, west
actors than Alfredyjcfllowlett of Syracuse Mr. Gresham has rented Mr. Farr's House.

who bl announced Intention house and he and his family are now __ All kinds of Repairing 'r

POWDER of gIving arty to over 100 widows Inc occupying. IK. S Done Promptly and athteaiionalle I
/ Q, K. HUNTER.
which Prices. r
ether aches to 3J
And many womenare .
?.iIl ration of his! eighty-second blrtb- Mr. and Mrs. Studebaker of Ohio
b: --- Absolutely Pure. peculiarly subject are generally the A practitioner of 27 yearn tn New York City !
day anniversary on Feb 17, says the aij! visiting-. Rentier's family.Mr. result of a .diseased condition or the now located on New York Avenue oppo- HORS -SHOEING A SPECIALTY. ,

; : THEM:is NO SUBSTITUTE New York World correspondent. The Appen/eller and Hon have been womanly organism. When this diseased Prescriptions sIte College Austrian Arm Hotel.Hoiueopatblo med- -

::; ) guests will be the widows of men with buildIng a fine sailboat. As soon as condition is cured, sideache, back- blueS tilled at olBoe. SCOTT HODGKINSNOTlFE

I whom :Mr. Hewlett was personally acquainted finished they will take a cruise down ache, headache etc., are cured also. fs fsI -
Ho_ ; ., WII; ; Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription MAODIAKMID, M. D., : mR'TAX g
,. ... Cl art many of them living[ In other Indian Ill ver. establishes regularity, dries the drains JOHN I OF ArPl.IOATION'
easl and "best WilY to ('\<'lIn heals Inflammation and DI EI) UNDEK :fcKCTlON: 8 OF .w
month
cities. In accordance with his idea On the 18th and 19th of this which weaken women, Physician Surgeon.A I .
:' ; : (windows la to have two chamois cloths. and ulceration and cures female CHAPTEtt 4888! !!, LAWS OF FLORIDA. t ri -
have around the houso" the ladles will /give a fair in Social Hal .
"not to a man General Practitioner not a Specialist.Offloe
i' :Dust the window panes, then partly weakness. When these diseases are cured I I'k.
; orchestra for the benefit of Grace church. It Fisher's Drug Store. Hour: 9 to ... .t
:Mr. Hewlett has engaged an over
a chamois in cold or slightly the aches they cause are also cured. 1 hat Thomas C. I
: iwrlngout Is hereby (given :
18: I to t and T to B.
,i" (warm clear water. nub the wlmloxv, of women and waitresses. The invitations will be opened afternoon and evening. .. **1 will drop you a few llnea to-day to let you ; NOTICE and Mr. C. A. Hall. ,dated piir- ;I, "

: '. (wring out the other chamois well and have not been sent, for :Mr. llow All are invited to attend. know Annie that Slcplirin I am feeling of Belleville: well ,now Wood," writes Co., Went MiMt- A MUN80N, II.Homeopathic. OhaMI'I'1I IhH sIb day of Tax of June.Certificate A.D. I I8W.No.have IttKtlH tiled, ..aidcnrllticate '

; go over the window aguln. L>o not try lett Is waiting until be can think of all :Mr. Lane of Connecticut and Mr. ,"0, "I feel like a new wol,,.,,. I took several I In my chloe and lmv made appll- t'.
bottle.* of !Favorite Prescription" aud of the Physician. CHtlou for tax deed to battle in accortUiiuewllhlKW.
Jo( dry the -windows.i I I those he wishes to Invite. lie started and Mrs. Kennedy of Philadelphia arrived 'Uiilden Medical )i.covery.' I have no headache Said ODi-tltlonte embraces the follwing \r'" ,;.;:

with n list of Hcvcnty-flvc but this soon last Monday and are occupyingone now no bncknche and no J pain in my side Office second door south ot Pt.ber'*drugstol'ft described property situated In Voluola .
any more No beiiriiiK'down pain I umue Hour 10 to 11 .&. M.; 8 to 6 aud T to county, Florida, lo-wlt: __., ,,
how Coal May lie Sn..d.i. got up to 1OO and then 125, and finally of Mrs. Weed en'a houses. think I that there U uo medicine ..aR.l e. II P. M. 8. Hof of nuWnf nwM; and wit of ne H of !-
../ When it is understood that the samo I Mr. hewlett said bo bad thought of I ....,heill". I thnnk you very much for what you. nw\o\ Bectloii. Tp M\ H, Wanwe 1M E, 80 acre. -
:Mr. Alexander and his daughter/ have done for me-your metliciue has done me The .said land being HRai'snud at Inn date of

amount of fuel is consumed In producing several more. Miss Hattie, from Lake Beresford, much good" )R.W. 8. TAYLOR: the issuance of e ucli :' .r :I'aRto.: In II'a:. nameor hall .,_
t either gas or heat, it Is readily For fifty :years Mr. llowlett was president The People's Common Sense Medical Alice Paroe. Unlen8 will J' .

neon why one person will use fourS of the Salt Springs National: "bank are visiting 1'ort Orange, occupyingtheir / Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages, Surgeon-Dentist. i'lio.. ,\ .

times as much coal as another without ulIlll1l1'eclel11ts Hairs with great ability own houxe. Mr. A. :is looking is given away. Send :21 one-cent stampsfor IU03. :!'.. ,

.! producing any more heat, if as much. resigning only two years ago on account well anti happy and they both seem expense of mailing only, for the OIHoe over Fisher' Drug Store. DeLand Fla the witness 61b day my vfFebruaiy"illulal denature, A. I). IIHJ8.and seal thin .-
for ,
(When feeding coal after the fire Is of his age. lie was formerly to "be enjoying their stay with us.OLE'I'WOOD < book in paper covers, or 31 stamps [Seal I SAM'I. I*. JORDAN .
the volume uouml in cloth. Address Dr. ALEXANDER Volusla Flu)
Clei Circuit Court County
should liu JAMES .
small
made quantity
( only a president of the Syracuse and Chcnuu- --- --- -- B. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y.

fed at a time, and that spread evenly go Valley railroad nnd president of the Attorney-a t-Law. NOTICE OF I APPLICATION( FOB TAX :;1'

.' over the surface of the lire, for xxhou Syracuse! Savings! "bank. Ills name Is ---- BEEt U.1 IJEK tslWl'lllN 8 OF CHAP- : ,-L.

,.. fresh coal la added It for a time lowers connected with a score of enterprises. Ppc-clul Correspondence. Iliiw to IteiKnulu Leather. Will Omoes Practice: Rooms In State 1 und and 2. Brush Federal" Block Court, D*- '1 EH 4888, LAWS OF FLOUIDA. .:!!!. .

: the temperature of the fin-box. (Just tn lie was one of the first ult manufacturers Glenwood, February 9.-The general It lib It gently' with n stunII quantity LAND, FLORIDA Is hereby given that Thou. C. DII<1- .. ''**

pouring; cold water Into u pot of boiling of Syracuse." He ouce ran tIIIIcldug health. l is< good here<< at present ofhlte of egg BooU covers may be NOTICE: and Mrs. C. A. Hal, purchuHersol I
water stops the "boiling "by lowvrF house In Geddes and later : _I .and trendy froblieneil; "by the use of equal FISH, Tux ft rl I flume No 11185, clauul tile Bib day $(#
BERT mild. CBitlllcule In
everyone seems to enjoy toe weather, of Juno, A i> 1514$. has tiled
lag the temperature) until the addedcoal drove cattle on the Wabash< river. Ho parts of water und white of egg. my iilltcc, and ban niad.i application' tor tax "
F if It does rain occasionally.. : Said I .
; nccoidunvu with low.
duvd to Issue In
-- -- .
the point
Is heated to Igniting ,
His health
up has made and lost millions. : I Attorney-at-Law, certificate "inl.. >rnue Ihe rbllowlUK described !'Ii.j
J,a.'" (when It first begin! to 1111'11Iud mldt! is excellent and his eyes are bright. The orange trees are leafing out TO CURE A tlLD; > IN ONE!: DAY, property situated In Voluvlu county, Vlurlda. :t..', ,.joi".... '

Its beat to the muss. When "but lithe They twinkle when the widows' party nicely and the mulberry trees are Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Practicing In all State aud Federal Court lU-wll: ,.;" I
iI//.' Civil or Criminal business given careful Lot it and wM of nuM Suction 3, Tp itS, .:;....
IJ!i. .coal Is added this lowering of the temperature Is mentioned. Duo of his friends said loaded with green berries, so if we lets. All druggist. refund the moneyIf a tt..n lion.I HutiKt! !U E, I"7( acre t

will hardly be noticed "but recently: escape the rest of the cold waves, it falls to cure. K.: W. Grove's The said! laud being HtBi'Bscd at the date J I of .
fI'I
the Iksuancuol such certltlualo In tbe name
.. mid a large quantity and it can beplainly "This! nnrty will lengthen his. life. Hew berries will be plentiful. signature ,isoneachbox.2ac.. I I JAMES W. PERKINS, of Allot }>III'C". UIII..B Bald celtltlcale Blmll ...

:t seen. 111 get more enjoyment out of it than Mrs. Alexander gave up her board- Turklnh. Women.Turkish 'lie.'in rcMeftucd thereon according on the 9lb to day law of, tax March clued A..will D. "'.

the willows themselves." hit house here and moved to DeLanda I I Attorney-at Law. 1903. "!
women do not come Into con
j P Haw to Whiten Itod Ilnndn.Redness Mr. hewlett has always been readyfor .. Itnea8 my official' signature and seal this
: cured few days ago. Her friends here trol of their private fortunes until after Solicitor Criminal Court of Record.<< Will I practice the Btb lay ul February, A D. thud.Lseii.J < '"
be
: of the hands may n joke, practical or otherwise, and I JOHDAN.
hUM'i. )
In all courts, within lie State'; or Flor [:: ,
dispose
wish her well wherever she innrrliifc'iAfter! that they can ,
treatment. Take an ounce may go. Clerk; Circuit Court Vomma CUUIII)'. Fia.SO :
.. by patient his friends are racking their "brains" to ida. Office over Volusia. County Bank.irottJSlA
oil Mrs. Lee Morrishas taken CN1' 1'01 ) of oue-tliinl of It without the hu*
cf clear honey, an ounce of almond get some good one on him on the day Imiul's consent.JnpliiLMe. I ICE!: OF APPLICATION FOK 1'AX "

the juice of a lemon and the yolk of a of the party, which will lust from 4 of the boarding! house vacated by Mr*. COUNTY DEED UNPHK 8KUTIHN 8 OF ;

raw egg" Beat these ingredients together o'clock: in tbe afternoon until 8 o'clockIn Alexander! a short time ago! and I Is Delicacies.Uly V ABSTRACT COMPANY, CHAPrtB 4888 LA\ 8 OF FLOli- ,

.' and apply the mixture to I the bunds the evening. ready to feed, the hungry when they root ami, bnmbno sprouts) are fa- B. B. WILSON, MANAGER. IDA.NOTICE. .". !'W
at night, covering them with old glovesf ')' the who Is that Abraham .If
0 correspondent Inquired I coos e. voilte articles of food In Japan. Abstract furnished and titles perfected. bCI..b'glvoo .. .
(jvlilch have been silt across the back. about the t.lluner11': Hewlett said: I .. Next to Volusia County Bank '' .', pui'cmiaur or 'lax Cerimeale. '..., .
ishtill In --- -- ,
Mr. Conrad< St. Augustine, -- DeLand. Fla. No. n U'= dated thu I<1 day 01 July A. U., 1MIO
"Boy, I want to understand that HUd BiilU uvriltlcate oiliue..and bus '
S. you has my
where! he went to have his< lame foot SUICIDE PREVENTED. : :: ; : .
muile aipllctiiion| i the widows the "best in this
FIGHT. are people
1 END OF BITTER
The .
treated. startling announcement that a a. HCTCH1NBON with law Said. cerlilloaiu' embrace
; : "Two physicians had a long and stub town. I don't propose to tell whom I rt\fiiti\e 01( suicide had been discov- A. Urn luiluwlnv ilo-crlOiMl properly situated In
The Ladies' Aid Society met at ,, Florida, lo-wlt
Vuluala ,
Invite. Widows good I Public. couiiiy :
.' :: born fight with an abcess on my right are company. ered will interest! many. A run down Notary W t. lb" of ii "-101 ba of dilL tSJ: Lake Helen.'
i : lung" writes J. F. Hughes of DuPont, shouldn't wonder If they would all llrs.Van11 on last Thursday and system. or despondency invariably precede I Tim snul lund being ......h.C d uttliudatvofthe ;
.. I have orchestra entertained Mrs. Dealer in Real Estate. 'iBBtiitnCB i It such ceitincal, in Ibe name ,
.1!, Ga. "and gave me: up. Everybody conie. engaged an was delightfully by suicide and something has been 01 H P. IJ La..I. Unleiw. nuldcerlltlcate AII..itbo

T .' i.. thought my time had come. As a last and the dinner will be good. What Kern, who is matron of a home for found that will prevent that condition Taxes: paid and assessment attended to fin reileenied uuuoidliiK lo law*, tux deed will .

,-:. resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery more can they ask, eh? old ladies and children at Minneapolis which makes suicide likely. At the non-realdenta. DeLand Fla. lanue" Ibun-ou oo tin. Sill day of March, .-I-J
II. IWH.(
::tI for Consumption. The benefit I "I'cople don't seem to remember that I. MInis Mrs. George Hill's will be first thought of self e lruction take A.Witinyomolsl, iignature' and seal this ("'. .

received was striking and 1 was on my widows nre most always left out of Electric Bitters it being a great tonic tho nth day uf Fubruary. D. IUUDHcu.1) ./: i
feet in Now I've entirely the next meeting: place.Mr. and nerxine will the ALLEN M. D., PH.D. ( ) SAMUEL I U. JORDAN. ,,-.
a few days. society altogether, and I want to give strengthen nerves E.T. Clerk Clioult Court or Voluahi County, }' .. .
: regained my health." It conquers all them a good time. 11111 received the sad news a and build up the system. I It's also a .. ,

Coughs, Colds and Throat and Lung "Some of the men are jealous. They few days! ago that a brother had. died great Stotnaili. Liver and Kidney regu- Oculist ami Anrlst. Malice uf Att tliio..nt.

-. troubles. Guaranteed by W. A. Allen lire trying to have fun with me, but If very suddenly In Ohio.A ator. Only soc. Satisfaction guaranteed In Circuit Court oventb Judicial Circuit, ,

4. and G. \V. Fisher, druggists. Price soc, I live until the 17th of February that number of our northern visitors l by W A. Allen and G. W. Fisher, DeLand MondaysorerAllens Drug Store County Voluala Statoof Florida. i I I
Orlando Wednesdays, Lurtittuu's House r
and Trial bottles free. druggists.
$1.00. will come off. My has to James E. Alixandirlv
party son
got will take a trip down the Kast Coast .
.
sf Ocala Tburad iys Moan zuma .. J} '2,11I 0. .
J got out, nod I am going to do the entertaining this week, to blOC I thf nights. SiinlteM Easily Tamed. Gulueuvllle Saturday, Brown House. J. A. Scarlett, ) .

': Alnmlnfams3 New Po..er.The nil alone. Any mUl1lhotcomt'1i Mr. Magillln arrived from Ottawa, Tile ringed (M' common snake Is easIly J'HE ,l"rend.nt.J..A., Bennett hereby no.
most surprising property of aluminium prowling around will get kIcked out." Ills., last week and will spend a short I titled I Unit Bull by attaibmeut his been
tamed and will plainly recognize liin'ltuiedKRHlnat. him ou tbv following dudcilbed -
time with .
Is Its discovered
newly us.
powertttnvrrltzorllke Two to celebrate his birthday
yours ago, the master who feeds! and caresses It, THE WAVERLY pionurty, viz.: ..
or g1v edge to steel Mr. llowlett asked In ten widows Miss< Lucy' Russell" of DeLand spenta :Swl-iorthuswi.lot: Sec 32, TIIIS.R3OE,
I 'ry. thousand times few days with friends here last sometimes even nestling spontaneously containing turly acre" UOi,, and thn ,. 1-3 of :0'he.nw
Magnified a :: whom he Lni-w well. They hud such u I' week and went to Winona after: her In some part of Ills drexs.tlirl HOWERY AVE.. DaLAND. FLA. i 1-4 of aeon, Tp 17 t>' It :au R, contli..r ...
tile knife edge produced on the ordinary good, time and told their friends do I twenty acres, all in \ oluala county,
's sinters Uesile and who will enter for IWt--S. Table
May Now open the season luppllnd Florida. .if'
,. c whetstone appears rough nod< much about It that he has "been busy ,school, here. .tiiius Ueeoru-tloiin. wltb the liestllm maikvl afforda.! .,\.>w siiltwayoushall appear to the notion .-,.
jagged, while that yielded "by tho aluminium Hincu explaining, to other widows why I The Ladies' Aid Society will have a all Terms reuaonable. on tho flint, M>nday In May, A. D. lltoi). judg. .
to precedent
popular ,
c's sharpener Is straight and According inent by dulHiilt will lie taken. against you.
ho did not Invite them. Finally he determined and social the church
bupper' at on MRS. M. U DRAKE .
Christinas deeorntlotm should disappear Proprietress. Wit nets my lianil and the Heal or staid Court ,
cmooth. to Invite every widow heknew. I the 17th at dp.I m., where all are invited housewife tills Uth day of Fibmury. A.U. 11HJI. ,
: p lie was surprised that the papers 11 to come and help a laudable after Twelfth Night. If any [Seal.'.] SAM't JORDAN, ."'hl
I CANCER CURED. I and have time.C. should.* HO negligent as to have them MELROSE HALL rlu.ll Circuit Court1 Volualu C'ouuly Fia.Popei .
cause a pleasant
should make a fuss about a man I
< I Pu!>u Reilticil.Attur.ie .
.a until the celebration of the next .
Mr.V.. \V. Prickett, Smithfield, 111, dining with 123; widows If he wanted B. Sproul halt delivered the first up '>n fur Complainant.- .
ripe strawberries< on the avenue for great chiirchly festival, it wall MRS. W. W. ALCOTT BOP.
writes, Sept., 10, 1901 : "I had been sufi 'to. Uis Idea was simply to amuse his g\Ueral'j I .1

, ,. fering several years with a cancer on I friends! and himself. I 1DOX: ly believed In Hiiperstltious Notice of First Meeting uf Creditor.
. S.C
lent would turn Into a the Entire Year.
.,i ;; my face, which gave me great annoyance Mr. llowlett has been a trustee of CARE OF CANARIES. evoryo(1'ttl'U/ Open In tbe Dlatrlui Court of tbe United Slates (or -

c and unbearable itching. I wa> Syracuse university for several I luulevolont liobgobllu. the Soutborn District< of Florida-InBankruptcy.
years. - Opposite tbe Colleire Arms Hotel Hate,
useing Ballard's Snow Liniment for a He Is also a prominent, member of the flow. to Select a Good! Singer and Its tu $10 per week.. A comfortable faually .

.tore leg, and through an accident, I First Presbyterian church. lie tells! Protect UK. Health. hotel; good table. In theMiUterorUilundoT.
Be O. Beilola
I
of liniment the
rubbed the
on
some :: this! story of how he came to be a I In selecting: a bird rliaoxo ono of the Bankrupt.To .

:r ;; cancer, and as it gave me almost instant Presbyterian: cross breeds! a pure canary with a DAVIS HOUSE, the Creditors. of Orlando T DuU. Bertola,
a relief, I decided to continue to Thin signature Is on every box of tbe genaln 01 Dfl.anU. In the County 01 Volusla,
"When I was married, I said to my strain of goldfinch "bullAnch stock
or ,
use the liniment on the cancer. In a Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet" MBS. S. B. DAVIS!!: PROPRIETRESS, Dial'riot aloiuHulil aukruptN ;-
wife, 'Minerva: where are we going to says writer In the Lodger Monthly. I OTICE.is hereby given that on the 4ib day ,
short time the cancer came out my ***** T"m"lv that curse. a cold In on* d*TOne
church?' She replied that she was a or Februaiy, A. 0.11100,Ih" said Oi'lando
These chnriieterUiNl the
nre by deep No 621 Boulevard.
face healed tip and there is not the T. De O. liHilolit' was du y HiljiidicaU-d bunk'
slightest scar left. I have implicit faith Methodist I proposed! that we go to yellow! of the pluniitKu nnd black markings '1.BO per day; S7.BO per week. Special' rate. rup'; und Unit the first m,,utlnn or blaort>dll .1
tho Unitarian church. My wife wouldn't fur the KolillliK-li greenish tints Cent Word or. will bu held HI tbe Hire ot tb. Clfrk of
and it or .
,. in the merits of this preparation, to famines or for season. said Court In tbe City or Jacksonville.' DUVH
;. cannot be too highly recommended." hear of that, and finally I suggested us for the bullfinch cross. These birds Invariably :County, f'lnrldu. In ""x'J.liloIIttl t Du tliu Nib j

c 25c. see, and $I.oo. For sale by all drug a compromise that we go to the Presbyterian I ponwm' splendid voices nnd TURNER HOUSE day of February, A ) ten o'olot'K In .
the forenoon, at which time tno saW credit -
gists. 2. church as I considered that robust constitutions, this lust tiring a A,1\.<'rtltjt>nu<,Mtn uf ten words or more under\ 0... may attend, prove their claims. vppulnt a .
about between the Methodists and thoUnItal'lans. consideration the unmixed tills lii-ild limcrtPil lor ONE CENT A WlIltil. truHtveexsnilnu bankrupt Hiid transmit
great ns ca-
i --"-OP'IC ALL, THE YEAR-
oiMli III Hilviinre. eiteb liiHertlim. No adver-. I such other busliicps H* may property come ,
i '.Aa.t-rl.lI: iD ary. nary has a remarkable: aptitude for developing linemen s ucveptotlfui'k is thuii 10 cents. Corner Mew, York aod Florida Avenue, before said. nwetliiK. -
Austria-Hungary has the longest frontier Five years ago be was at death'sdoor dlsensi'8. DeLand Florida. Gp.OHfl M. POWBLIKefeiee ..
LOST OR FOUND. in Bdnkruutcy. ,
: of any European nation, its frontier and a New York specialist was Owing to the bird's strong..ausCl'pti.blUly Location pleasant healthy and homelike. February Mb.1BtJI.
sent for. It was not thought that he -In IcIunil' Tuesday'' a pair ftold.(
mUes. Great BritaliiJUIB to cold the should never bo
line being 2,900 cage I IOST sni-clHeles.. FInder 'leave Rate, tl.SO per day. 'Special rate by theweek.
pinane
-p;.: 2.7JT miles of coast line. would live more than a few hours. hung In a draft or n stiff "breeze; neither ut Drill..,'. and receive a reward. Wm.Ware E.: D. UcLnoo. Prop NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX .-

Wishing to find out if he bad much should It be allowed to remain uncovered BEEtS INDEK; / SKCJTION: : 8 or CHAP-'

"",| ]Bfen ot Selene fever, the specialist asked" : I In a lighted room at night, for FOR RENT. BENNETT HOUSE, TEl 4888, LAWS OF KLOKIDA. .' -

it Men of science enjoy extraordinary "Does he crave water? a canary Is nervous and excitable, like NOTICE la hereby given that Lewis Younv! ..
"Crave water?" shouted: Mr. Hewlett, TOK InN't'-'ot: lalNl on Minnesota avenue MBS. U. M. BENNETT PROP. ., purohaasr. oc Tax. Certificate No. 6ai,
In it has been all musical temperaments, and his song P thn of Mrs. F. dated the 8d ,
longevity. 7,000 cases neiir University. Inquire : clay of July' A !> 1UOO r, bM
rising in his bed. 1 stopped drluklug C. C,Mliliirton.17OH | tiled ald: certlllcute I In oiIoe! ,anti .bits made
the at which astronomers will be permanently Impaired, If not uiy -
foand average age New York DeLand Florida.
water in the sixties. Give me some ----- ----- avenue, application fur tax .1ee. to Issue In accord- .
die la 74; artists, 60; literary destroyed, by such artificial exhilara I KENT( {'oU II,11''' 011 llonlevard north of Rates $1 to $3: per day) V to 98 per week Knee with law. Said certificate embrace the ,
whisky. P
05 and savants generally 74. tion. l.nh..lly.ullrurlliaheli.. Apply to C. O. following d..orlb..d property situated In Vo -
men The specialist dropped the case right C'udrlniftoii., Special rate for families or for season. lusia county, Florida, tn.l1:
there and laughed all the way !buck to With regard to bl.s: habits, lie must "be I lx>t* .i'I and three<< Block nine,Orange" City I .
I Tlrtaea of Amber. taught to control his appetite and to FOR SALE. The hind IIIICf. assessed at the asIa of
$t; 1 New York. the Issuance uf certllloate In the usmsnf
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,. to be possessed take hIs "bath the first thing in the H. C. HAVEN
The virtues supposed VOlt SA I.E-lIlln Typewriter, 00" Cornet. at Mary A.James. Unless said curl locate shall
it.. ..lJy.amber beads are variously fatnlllur.ellef morning so as to( give his mistress a T. tI..oon.llhuut Store, DeLand Fla. be redeemed according to law, tax deed will
"
NEW KIND OF FISH. !I..D ixtrooa on tbe Md day of February
qualities of chance to( tidy before the day In ad Artesian -.Contractor
\\b ;! In the supernatural up TOK SALE-Bin-room house barn good A. D. 19(8. -
r 'amber Is very old Indeed. It arose Roacoe Thomas Capture a Monster vanced. Never: Insist on his taking a P ttablt, hay mow, shied for tools; five WUUUM my official signature and seal this *'"
I tbe93ttdaofJanuurvA. :
D 1903.
.!(:?<:. originally from its peculiar electric Near CrUfleld.Id.. bath. Instinct Is stronger than opinion, acres trees,t land rnpe; city vlnefl water, etc.anil$7000 label; Perfect: fruit Dealer In Aermntors, Tank ( jse ,n SAM'L; :D. JORDAN \_

'fluallty, from which was derived the Roscoe Thomas, son of Joshua Thomas and be can always be relied oil to do title. Inquire of(J. M. or M... .. J.Broks.w.6I7OK and Pumping Machinery.Windmills etc. Glk Circuit Court Volusia County. Florida.NOiIGE 1)

being the "nbnt' Is best for Ids health. After be RepairingPumps,
,nronl "electricity, electron of Hopewell Md.. while out -, .
\ sad-
near SALE-A font stylIsh driving and DeLand, Florida.
//Greek name for amber. dncklng in a small! craft In Jones bus finished his "tubbing"\ remove'Ills 4 homo. ; perfectly gentle for lady; not OF APPLICATION FOR TAX :::.:
bath afraid of cars; H years old:; Al family Tiorse.U. DEED UNDKR SECTION 8 OF)
otherwise he will big i,:
:: LOW-SPIRITED. creek, near Crlsfleld, Md., saw a large ; bedraggle D.: Jackaon, DeLand.; 1-23-tf NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX CHAPTER 4888 LAWS OF!' FLORIDA. ... '; : ,
YTEAK AND -
it feathers! until be resembles the famous "
):: < flab trying to make Its Way through tile DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP. '. .....i1'NOTICE
Press. The Jackdaw of Helms after his excommu- REGISTER forsale i'
Ice the Philadelphia lASH Ideal new chep.S
: : 'A ,Correspondent' Thus -Describes His, says Dlcatlon. / Inquire New; OtHve. M TEE 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. Is hereby riven tbat N. B. Roberta,
monster bad got lute the shoal water, XTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat Jack I purchaser" afora.. CertlBoate No. 4la '1' '6
.. Experience.' i pinning Itself between the Ice and j Then clean the cage for the day, ll Baldwin, purchaser of Tax Certificate I dated be bib duy of June A.D. 111IIII. has OUr3. ::;.
;:': I Can strongly recommend Herbine Thomas' sprinkling the floor with REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE. No.718,dsted t be 3d day of July,A.D. 1800 bssDied I said certificate In my olDce, andhas made ap .JtO '
"; medicine of remarkable efficacy the bottom, when Mr. attention a generous said certificate In myoCQoo and has made I plical ton for tax deed. to Issue In aooordaaos
m was attracted by the sudden supply of /gravel and Band mixed. Never FOR SALE-Ten rooms, near Unl- application for Tax Deed to Issue accordingtofaw. wltb law. Said certificate embrace the folI -- h'
.. : : forJindigestion; of appetite, sour shot mind what the bird HOUSE ty; hot and cold wator; largeyard; Said ceriltloa emb.aoes-tbe following .. I lowing described property situated 7olu .... ti- '
tell :
.. taste in the mouth palpitation, headttac1e breaking of Ice. lIe immediately fanciers you pinery just coining' Into bearing e.o.w.. H. described property. situ>ted '.1 VoluslnConnty I .la county Florklsto-wlt '. 'eI -.;,, (

meals with dispelling It I about the advantages of those little Mowers. $**> Florida,towltlWHofneMof Undo H Int. In aH of neH Beo S8, Tp. 13.,. J .. "
;; J{'\ ; drowsiness after : Blk 118, Lake Helen. I SOe.tdsores. -
of sell
.. mental depressions and low The fish weighed 125 pounds. It was packages gravel he will you for BALE-Ten room house, f>"UM; t room The said land being asueaaecl. at the date of I The said land being amrssodat the dateol -;,
: : ; '- "eibine be a -unique.. five feet and one-half an Inch long. ,It 5 cents apiece. The 'mixture of sand FiOK: ... $701; B room home, JJOO) t acre the Issuance of snob oertlttcMeln tbe name I the Issuance of such eertltloateln the name n "':; .:.&.;
r ,"ft.'' : "" "'; must and peach orchard, llfllh' "nlmproTyjl l.nd..IUI Wellington Qootlwin. Unless said certllic. I Hrs. W. V Spencer. Unless said oertlfloaUshall So -<,. _
gravel with the ,
crocodile two rows bird and
'{ (!'prepfttkifof. castS such a* mine, forfevdoseIefstirety Has a-mouth: like a agrees fofc.'Oan;! acre. A. H HUTCH1NSON. Real ... sball IM redeemed _rdl Dir to lawTax I be redeemed. aooordlnf to law' tax deed $.
,.. removed my cOffl'Ypla1nt.jwqndcr I of, large white teeth and a bill resembling prevents sore feet.! That can also be EaUite. Agent,DeLand, Fla. Deed wllllssun tberaon on the lOUt day ufM.rcb.A.D.lRH. will issue thereon on the 17th day ot felon*.* ." .
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avoided ary A.D. 1WW\ t- ... .
at people gOing onorjBpervliiig that of a duck. It was thought by careful attention to the and; Witness olflolal and seal Ibis I Witne.smyoiflciai and Mal t '! .'. -.
< ) OR SALE-19 acre land, ft clesrsd my snatnra signature ) .,. '... '"
;It.dfer thei if>'moaeyi'(( on. at Unit .to ttoeirin* Log but since perches. Never use the sand gathered I 1 fttnIedcondltloQ: for cultivation; Ulgtb dar of February, A. D. MOB. I the Idtb day of "A > ,,,,, ..v. i<'J.i1"' ';

1, IWOrthkl.-tbmlt..hen D& } Herbine. .s O" bd 'betIp'discovered.;.to Ie a different by the seashore, as the presence of salt 10 Wra. tt2i.JIeIIua4.. Title: perf.....t.rApply- t..W.-..- 'Clark- [Circuit SKAil Court Volusia BAM'LD.JOBDAN.Oounty.FIendS,. : ""' ."1rGu.It} rtoi.otii.tfoi4.t '. J"#. "" 3-,..;, 1

., -iitsbMaa4; jo chcaPo" Socr: bottlt UDdoea......'>iJ.. ._? i JrtU kill your pet .ItM'.r. .f' ':i, '. !: \ I
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