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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 20, 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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,';: r"NO.. 8. DE LAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1903. J S1.OO. .. :.A*..;.IAN, IN v AOVAMOI.

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i ) OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FOUR MEN GO TO THE PEN. MRS. MATHES BRINGS SUIT. : -
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aG .a'c lls and Squibs | -

Marshal, Tlllman, Baldwin and Wy. Lion Filed Against Mr. Stetson for ,I QUALITY COUNTS
From Rounder ant, All Negroes 825,000 In United States Court.In ::1

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO J. B. Marshal who pleaded quilty addition to the suit which has

, UNCLE: SAM: hoe seventy thousand last week to breaking and entering' begun against him in the state courts ) And in the long run It is the cheapest The Grocer ':
Dreka's warehouse, was sentenced to by Dr. J. F. Forbes'president of the m
olIlces and
L. post seventy thouvjfflfc who is continually offering some inferior article because
,. sand good the state penitentiary for 15 years; University, John B, Stetson is to be :t'
republican '
postmasters. .
i' ... of Its lower price, is climbing the greased '
v *"* >urlng the past few years two thou- fill man and Baldwin were convictedof sued in the United States District :;

l (, "'salad! offices have been discontinued the same offense and were sen- Court by !Mrs. W. D. Mathes for alleged c pole of success rather slowly. ;

as "a'*t esult of the rural delivery of tenced to five years each libel and slander. The action I \ popular price may sell an article but merit ...:'

14 mails;* tttg new offices established in William W. Wyant, for breaking 19 for $250,000, the same sum as ia tun,'. Continue its sale.
/ Into the railway station at Orange claimed In the Forbes suit .
do v
recent not
s withI
\ keep
ye( pace 111.."!'ei rinICYOUJLUHWLI
{ 0 those discont nued. Another evidence City Junction was sentenced to The papers were served on Mr. Stetson -

of' the ramps t spirit of consolidation. the pen for one year. Saturday at DeLand by Deputy
t ) Jerry Griffin, for carrying concealed United States Marshal. H. McCor- ) I i V SOAP iVe i- '

J V + weapons, was given six months In the mick. The papers cite that John B. -. .

', Politically speaking, this year will county Jail. Jerry will feel very Stetson a citizen of Pennsylvania, is I C -- -.......".- -- ...?. ,.' ._. -

be quiet-kind of-a lull before the much at home tbo:.. T'11* has just summoned to appear before the \ have not offered you a tramp amongft soaps, t' r-4y, ,-- -.r 4,",.-.

storm as it were.: 'A few "early finished serving a term it a minor United States Court the first MondayIn t1 but
;. simply a new and almost!: unknown soap that is tl
worms" will venture our, but most of (lff ntle. April to answer unto Lena B. Ma- ,
,I them will be trod upon. Next year Archie Walker, for assault and battery thes by George M. Mathes, her next / l acknowledged to be the purest laundry toap made. '

I <\' promises to be a hummer. was fined $10 and costs.D1V70kq. friend, and a citizen of Florida, In a : =
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+ i + r suit for libel and slander in the sum 7 Bars for a Quarter t tI. :

Every state newspaper one picks of 250000.
Mr. Stetson had finished breakfast i 14
just
up nowadays contains one or more "
Item from the Gazette-New
Items about stock-ralllling-aboutsome when approached by Deputy I. IF THE SOAP THAT CLEANS i ,

new company fencing several thou- THE CITY ELECTION. vlarshal McCormick. He read the

sand acres and purchasing improved Wednesday the municipal electioi paper without comment. Major St.

stock. Florida's natural industry" is was held In Daytona, and it proved to Clair-Abrams is her attorney.

stock-raising. All the lands of Volu- .be a very spirited battle of ballots. a ,:; WHITE FRONT

sia county foV instance, are suited A total of 212 votes were cast, 9 of PORT 0/MHG. ,.'?
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for this .industry. A few thousand which were: illegal." Special Correspondence. "

acres will pay better in garden The following/ were the officers: I
sugar Port :>ranje, February 16.-Valentine \ / 'j GROCERYFree
P. Thomas.
Mayor-J. -
truck oranges pineapples etc. But day wad observed aa usual with
Clerk-J.. Wilkinson.
the main industry-the ol
.. mainstay love missives by our young folks. e70ee.' ,&:'.e' e .c \ e.-1;;' !'
$ .
% Assessor Geo. E. Porter.
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: the county-must continue as It has Un Collector-H. 1<'. Douglass. .
In the past, stock-raising." Rounder
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In our town, one white and one black.
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Is a true prophet, and it will be less Treasurer-Frank T. Peck. The white couple coupled were Mr. )Delhery of Mail for Deluiul. 4 Gi CJ..Oioi. tJ I G9 O H.6 0.14 t *

";..'. than three years before this fact is Councilmen-A. McF. Porter, B. N. Willis Johnson of this place, our depot Mayor Fish. has taken up the mat- ;
brought. face to face with the reader. Stevens and Edw. G. Harris. and the bride Miss Clara r Belaud
t agent, a ter of the free delivery of mall with Real Office.
.. + + + The total vote cast was as follows:
Johnson of Tampa. They were mar- the government Washington.". The
j Remember what Rounder told you For Mayor. ried by Justice of the Peace Karues bill which if DeLand 6
'about there being no disastrous cold John B. Parkinson :.. . .. 70 passedillgive
at the home of Mr. Wesley Johnson. free is known Bill No.
'this winter. Rounder does not like John P. Thomas ... ... .. .. .12ti delivery as {UO'J, :=:
For Clerk. The colored wedding was one of the there being (IOU towns In the United oFor :Rent:::
to say: "I told you so." But he did. servants of the hotel. The States that would be
!'Rounder is the,wisest the J. W. \Vilklnon.! ... .. . .. .. .164 ceremony effected by the
man, truest took place at the colored church. proposed law. Congressman: Davis,
... For Assessor.! .
prophet the moat fortunate prognosticator :! Most of the guests of the hotel at the City Lots Residencesand
in states. And Geo. E. Porter. . .. . ... .. 120 in reply to mayor's It'tter'rltes ,
seven withal tended.Mr. follows
he la modest about it. ROUNDER. W. G. Hobbs . . ... .. .. .. 49 as: : Unimproved Property.
--.. For Collector. Russell, one of our sick visitors UOUSLIOF: REPRESENTATIVES U. S.WASHIXQTOX .
who has been scarcely able to walk .
H. F. Douglass ... ..... . 126 I) C.,
"; Gays Week Closes. Graham Thompson ... .. .. .. 50 even with crutches thought the February 12, li{03.lion. Property of Non-Eesiflents Cared For and Taxes Pail
weather was too hot here for him .
e : Gala Week in DeLand closed at 10 For Treasurer. [ O. F. Fish, Mayor of DuLand:

o'clock Saturday night when the Frank T. Peck ... .... .. .... 166 started off alone to his home in Michigan My Dear Sir-I am in receipt of
'.-- ; tents and bobths were taken down For Councilmen. and arrived safely. your esteemed favor In reference to Land sold for Taxes redeemed.J. .

: and the street put in !good condition A. McF. Porter ... ... .. .. .... 106 The weekly euchre party met on Senate: Bill UO'J' which )propose to extend -

for Sunday. The Thompson Carnival I'hoa. L. Rodgers. .. ... .... .. .. 53 Tuesday night at the home of Mrs free delivery system to towns of I R. "WttierllAbstract : :

Company left at noon Sunday for St. : E. O. Harris .. .. ..... ., .. ..100 Knapp. i less population than the present law Office, between Post Office and Bank.

Augustine where they conduct a show J. :\1. Olborn .. .. ... ... ... .. .. 74 The hop which: meets every two extends.". 1 1-0-100-1-0. *0-1
weeks had time <)+0-- >-r<>t-O>K>K>W- .
a good Friday night. I shall be
t this week. Next week they go to J. C. Pettepher. .. .. .. :. ... ... 24 very glad indeed to do -o+t 0a -
Daytona. The entire week was given B. N.Stevena.... .. .. .. .. ... .131 I IEJfPOR4. what I can to further the passage of ---- ----= \.....
j over to gayety. Crowds thronged the PERSONAL AND NEWS: ITEMS. this bill, and I am heartily in tavor of ......

i streets day and night. Financially Rev. William Ashmead It. I had a conversation this morning .o.o.o.ow. . .
every Schaeffer Special Correspondence. o- o o o o o o aw'o'o'o o'o'ow o oeo o
a the show was not pronounced a D.D., had the misfortune to break his Emporia, February 17.-Mrs. M. M. with Mr. Loud, the Chairman of

i. : great success by DeLand merchants, left ankle Tuesday. The reverend :Minor and daughter, Marie, returned the Committee: on PostotUcea: and Finest
i Post-Roads, and he tells that he Razors and I
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as their business was no better if as gentleman has not been feeling very Sunday from Jacksonville. me Selection
r ; usual. But the ladies and well for does not think it possible: for this bill
good as some time and while in the Quite a large crowd of white peo-
children had an opportunity to see bath room Tuesday morning fainted.It ple attended the negro church at Eld- to pass during the present session of Ever Displayedin
f the shows-something they cannot [ la presumed! that in falling his ridge Sunday.The Congress. I infer from what he said Pocket Knives

; avail themselves of every year in ankle doubled under him, causing the woods was set on fire by some that the House Committee deemed it Volusia County
Jacksonville like most of the men. It fracture. Inexpedient to report the blU; during
I one a few days ago, but no harm was>:
our people decide t
'., j i gala week next year they should begin met with what might have been a Mrs. :J. W. Frank returned last week Loud said he himself: favored the

; sooner to make the necessary arrangements fatal mishap" a few days ago. Mre. from a pleasant visit to friends>: in bill. However, I hope we may get an atMCDONALD'S-- --

t / -and thus be ready to Barnett, with the child, was visitingat Jacksonville.Mrs opportunity to vote upon It in the _

... +I: have special sales, etc., so as to get the home of her father W. C. John L. Howard of Jacksonville House, and if we do, I shall certainly

something< out of the affair.I Sparks, when the little one found its is visiting friends In this place. !give it my support. Cook StOVeS

wi way to the family medicine chest and Miss. Ada Hockley has gone to De- Very truly yours, and HARDWARE

i i I Ormond Boys Win Again. drank several ounces of carbolic acid. Land for a few days. HOBT. W. DAVIS.
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J I, The St. Augustine ball teams chose The prompt assistance of two physicians Young man, be more careful next A. Cold Ware. Heaters :
nine of their best players and went to saved the child's life: and It is time you go! sparking on Monday STORE.
The coldest in several weeks
Ormond last Saturday for a game now past all danger night and don't stay in an over-healed took nap and Wednesday ..
place on Tuesday -
with the Ormond team. The score W. H. Peters has a raft duck caught room until the jersplration is like morning. On Monday, a strong, u-.o.o.o--o-.o.o.o--o---o--o--o--o-.o.o.-o-O.-O'-

I was 18 to 0 in favor of Ormond. It by Leon Vann with hook and line at beads on your forehead and then go hot wind blew Irony the southwest,

was a rather mean trick to beat the Palm Beach. He is perfectly gentle riding without your overcoat.Mr. sending the mercury up to 87 In the
visitors so bad. and gobbles up a big share of food J. P. Felt's brother and wife shade. This continued till 7 o'clockin
the evening, when rain ,
a came
every time it is handed out. Capt. are visiting him. This ia their first tnd with it quite a cool breeze. The 3''
A Fine Booklet. Vann caught three ducks at one throw trip to Florida. wind then changed to the northwest.On .
with a cast net once. He was watch- -. -- Tuesday the mercury fell to 42: to PLAYING WITH FIRE
THE NEWS has received from the
Jacksonville Boar'djof Trade a COP ing quite a number feeding along DeLand vs. Daytona Public School. 4'day.>. 1t-Owing continued to the cool tender all l day Tlles-\\ Endangers both the home and per -' --' y :;.'

Ii of the'illustrated book just issued by some sawgraas and when a number There will be a game of baseball In of the orange and peach trees, a great I son. One may meet with a serious "
I that body. The book consists of 212 turned tail and went down, he made a deal of anxiety was canted, and preparations accident while escaping from, or ; ((7.
DeLand on Saturday between the De .
rush and bis mullet were made bv to tire attempting/ to save something in
casting big/ net many
6x9 Inches and is full of full-
li pages succeeded in Land and Daytona public scholl their groves. Wednesday morning a burning houe.Why ? \
;,,. page halftones showing new business i getting. three. teams, at the athletic field. An admission the mercury fell to -S. and in some not be safe from pecuniary At t \ .yloss
and residence buildings, printed on Bloomer fee of 25 cts. will be charged; low places to 24. A slight!! breeze >: in either case ? Carry s s '

.. fine enameled paper, and a complete Daytona Beats Girls. children 15 cents. The DeLand team kept up all night, fortunately, which FIRE AND ACCIDENT 1INsugANCE
the
prevented frost from settling,
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history of the town, this being printed The Daytona "ball" team playedthe will consist of the following players: and little damage was done. In exposed t "

on deckel-edge laid paper. The book Chicago Bloomer Girls on Tues Laurence Botts, shortstop. places the tender growth and .

+ Is a great ad. for the town and shows day. The main members of the Daytona Ernest Hill first. bloom of the orange was killed on the and the loss .. ',.
outside of the will fall upon those
Where ;
trees.
what a wide-awake board of trade team Kurtz and Bennett of groves
Herbert
were : Banta pitch. were fired no damage was done to best>: able to pay it. The Compa- '5
: can do. DeLand, Williams and Hopkins ti f H. Pooser catch. amount to anything. Even a little ales we represent settle all claims .. d
New Smyrna. The Daytona team Charlie Allen, second. tire accomplished: great results.. A promptly and are very liberal in i."I;.
kt!$ r Marshal Stevenson serves notice on won by a score of 6 to 1. Eugene McElroy third. most severe storm has raged; throughout their treatment of policy holders.
), owners that they their the North and West, and great
'yC dog must.pay -- --- Horace Hanacomb left. SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand Fla.
done life and
to
+ta dog tax at once or the "varmints'will For rubber stamps, pads, daters damage was property.
Tom Crow
center. The weather in Florida has since
be killed on sight. The town can stencils, printing outfits, call at THE
and Is fine couldbe .w
Tom Hays, right moderated now as as
NEWS office.
a number of the dogs seen on
spare desired. -
Will Page and Carl Walker, subs.
r the streets daily. 1 So far this month there has been no The line-up of the Daytona team !. 1 j
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1 + council meeting. The work of the Death of 11'. II. Morrison.
known here. The will
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold city at present is only routine, and not yet team O o O O"o.Oo o"O o'O o o o *.o.o o O
William\ H. Morrison of Seville, one
however be selected from the follow .
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curea this is progressing In the usual man- "
... cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. ner. A special meeting Will probably ing players: Ned Trumbower Will of the beat known citizens of the .;
.Price, 25 cents. be held next,week. Christie, Roy Barnes Carl Sparks, North End, died on Monday from a We Are
t
Waldo Dunkbe Charlie Ludwig, Billie complication of diseases. Mr. Mor-

:; ,.,.' Baggett Alfred' Malby, William rison was a large cattle-owner, a tur-

Roxly, Rel Randall Grover Odum pentine operator and distiller and
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.-- .AN'"TEJ: : :) --- Harry Warner. some years ago was quite prominentIn Constantly

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<3T Price List subject to change county politics.The
cbxg HIDES HIDES 1 when Market changes.Dry There Is more Catarrh in thin section of tbe a : '_,

and country until than the all last other few disuaaei year was put supposed together to, foundations for the new stationat turning out splendid jobs in the way of }
Flint ...... 12) cts. lb.
.I All other Furs. Hides,Old Metals.'' be inourablr. Yore Brent many yearn' doctors DeLand Junction have been laid
xf yy S Green Salt .... 6* cts. Rubbers etc.. In full proportion, pronounced It a local disease and prescribedlocal and a crew of carpenters are now at ,. ..
yw Beeswax ..... 20* cts. -- remedies and by constantly fa require Painting >
cure with local treatment, pronounced It 111curable. -
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Tallow In Barrels7..i 5 eta. I Ir I
Furs
'q Furs Science bile proven catarrh to be a complete the building. The trees) '.
; Tallow In Cakes..;,8 ct... constitutional! disease" and therefore reyutreseonelltutlooal promised by the Board of Trade '

S ,." No. 1, Otter Skins, Large and Dark $8.00 to $11.00 Cure manufactured treatment.by F. J.Hall'Cheney Catarrh A lo.. should< be planted during the season, s:=-s VEHICLES_ -;
No. 2, .. ,7 ," 0,00to 8.00 Toledo Ohio U the only constitutional cure and the other promised improvements
**" It on the market. It ia taken Internally In dose should begin at once. '" J 11>it"
No. 1 Coon: Skins 85 to 1.00 .
from lOdropntoa teaapoonful. It acts directly ;
& KENT
No. 2. 45 to 60 on the blood mid mucous surfaces of the I BERRY l '":lf
No.il Mink Skins: .1-00 to 1.60 lyttem. They offer one hundred dollar. for Military Land Warrant ,
eneeit falls to 001.end/ for circular.and
ii! Writ.for full PIt.,. any testimonial : .$:>.00 paid persons telling who has NEW SHOP. op COURT.HOUS! r :

S LUt'J.. W. WATKINS,..Brunswick, Qa.HrOKH Sold AddreM.b' bTDrugjrUtl l\ J.CHENEY. *:CO.,Toledo- ,O. one, whether I buy or not. R. K. 0.0--0 *

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annual meeting of the trus City, February 18.-Mrs.Wm. : :: With till He 1 < '.

of John B. Stetson Uni\er- Heebner and daughter, Miss And .;+ '
And !
Wife and Ii :: TrtJdeMdrk. j., .aCopyrithted
held afternoon. Ullla, a valentine party Satur : "
city was yesterday gave
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The following delegates were l presentIn day evening to a number of their :; H 0 Y I e J,. Unmerclfully Walloped .0 ; .b.YOSlermo \ "'" .v.t

friends. Mrs Nellie Palmer won the -J.
person or by proxy: I 0I

John B. Stetson, President, Philadelphia first prize for coming the nearest to I "Could Ostemoor Mattresses :t
in the They W _.. ._. ... !
Pa. piercing the heart center. oa* w *i w.H i H H H HljH H H\l\ Wl this",

S. B. Wright, Secretary, DeLand. all pronounced it a most enjoyable fame" ?" For Sale By -) \ .

John F. Forbes, Treasurer: DeLand. evening. ,1 make It spades Piny to the Joker- 1
Hon. H. A. DeLand, Fairport, N. Y. Major\ Kingman and seven of Mrs.White's [Copyright 190J, l.j C. U. LenU] anil that-niul tint-and that!" savored '
IlIIroIdll1:1 WITTZkILLE11/
boarders tuok in DeLand KOWSnn had had n had all the tiunipa, and he didn'tget couldn't
:y Rev. David Moore, D. D., Geneva, "lennlns one of She ] \
vvorU : well. -
Mn : tikk. Ills first Impulse WAS to
Monday. a

N.Y.Rev. D. S. McArthur, D. D., New Miss Ida Folsum] of Eau Claire, Wi;: the ser bedrooms might iititl' patted Mr.: llow-her ;leave the table\ In and her call look her quieted a cllea.t.but him, DeLand, Fla. ?;:;}1.
something
York, N. Y. arrived at Palmetto Cotta r'S'atur-- on the 01'11amI ualil. n few words of down( so be muttered: Mrs. ,

)" W. N. Chaudoin D D. La- day e\enlng. he came homo to dinner. a I ;
Rev. praise when "I'll give( you a lame Just to cncour- pay I :
Oranpe. Mrs. Hollo[ welli Mrs. Wilson and lIe did nothing of the kind liowc, \\er. ago 'OI1. It's jour deal Diamonds are brick. ; Georgia Southern :

s E. O. Painter, DeLand. Miss> UndeiljiW-returned! from their Some one lint! punsed u lend nlekel on trumps!'!, uli? Will, play to that."

.. James S. Turner, Levyville.H. \Uit tam Beach Saturday evening him during the day and while hedidn't Slip played' !, and while Mr. Bowser that p"yuwaies p
ache for n row It vim any hundred. ;;
B. Stevens, DeLand. ,..," c-\Mc'tlv Theruwas got two tricks she scored her point Florida Railway
Hint lie felt odwcvvlse.; with I be.-
her
: apparent lie looked at AND
rbT; tile _
and Mrs. Toote went over won ganu
F. B. Moodie, Lake City. s. Haley Iriltntlon on the other side, hut but hud nothing( -.--- -:.:'
Rev. T. J. Sparkman, DeLlwS.:'""* to Cassadaga! Saturday and returned< pence remained unhruk'u.> I)fllllel' had a to Jami-try: lie expression had the ,four bower and Inver tORte.." -'fI

.., .-..Art '.: llamlin r DeLand. Monday noon. been ovef for an hour and :Mr. llouser the Buy.joker under his thumb and was 1003. :
Byron E. Huntley, Batavia, N. Y. Mrs. 'j!%:. A. Hill made a business tripto hail eklmuied over his paper' cud lluishcnl trucking; the hand. When the cards! SobodIJ'O 10 ElToct January "'.
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Lake Helen] Tuesday.! She owns> his cigar when\ ho suddenly hi-iuts came trumps however Dixie Flyer Quickstep '-t.
and ;
Theodore C. Search, Philadelphia, tan ofT ..... .... ... eOOpm Sodom ,.;
Pa. property there that she Is trying to asked: he lind only one In his hand and LvPnlatka'.oivllle........ 8 IJO put T6dxm -
sell "Why don't you learn to piny euebre, obliged! to puss./ She made It next Arynuosta J.v Jsrk+ .......... .... ,1115pen 10 /Main -"
J. T. Clake, DeLaml. out for un evenliiij was ..... ............ .12 rA am 12 an pmArCordulx
DeLand. Our Tuesday Evening: l Euchre Club so tbnt we CUll go and took every tikk."Why Ar Ttnon ................ 20Osm 14SpmArMneon .Ii
r William H. Stewart, usual] there good occasional! ?" -vhy did you make it next?" : ............. .. ..IIMaln 410pmC. ..:'1 ,:'
William S. Jennings, Tallahassee met as being a very "Why, I Inow.Jow\ to> play," replied m GA. -
attendance notwithstanding the cold he dl'lIl'llIllt'd. Ac Atlnntn.. ......... 1'25801 7"pm ('em.
Frank J. Longdon, DeLand. Mrs Itowscr. "To suit my hand. ," she replied. C.&ST.i. '.
D. U. Fletcher, Jacksonville.B. wave that struck us that evening.! Thnt Is, you think you do." "Are you plnjliig euchre or booby?" AI'(i, i 1 ., '; .... .......... 1 00 pm IOOamArNashvttle. 0'01&111 t'
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Mrs. Bolt won the ladles'", first prize "Hut I'm sure 1 do. I \believe'm a I
to beat
White Springof.J. "I'm > jou. B.
F. Camp, pliiylng) ILL. lEN: \ It.
........ 652am TSspmAr : .. .?
and Mr. Frank Taylor] the gentlemen's! pretty' fnlr 1lu 'Cl': ah I Iftl'l' the cheating and Art'r.l.ouls
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B. Law, DeLand. the cards Chleug' ..,.. ......10 al am
Ohio. prize and Mrs. Brewster and !Mr. Sperry "Huuiph! Supposu:! yon get HwlnCllIni I have witnessed on your .
E. B. Solomon, Dayton, out. In refusing togo l.outrtvlilo) .... .. .. .. .2 ROam 12 Siam
.. the consolations] I should \bo Justlucd Ar -
The bylaws were changed aid the 1 part Clnrlnimtl .. .., Imam: 4 06pmi'ik'SVH''k.
Ar '"

"r F"'v.. ._. _administrative____n.n. committee made per- Mrs. Cap Thorp of SatTford passed "All right"There bad been several games of on show, but you I'll how play ensy the game It la out to beat Justto ArClilcnifoPolld C. & E. I...K... .It.. ....... .. 0 15 am

manent. This committee consists> of through here Tuesday enroute for euchre played lu the llo user fninllr. trains from Jiuksonvllle to Macnn.Tialnn .

"1 the following members of the trustees Cassadaga: where she is invited for a and in such and every lnt>tunre there you":Mr. r.ovvner vvns n fair player, but Irltln"olnllllortil. from Fulalku connect Iron Juckaonvllle.Lncitl nt Valiloeta. .
with .
:', : Dr. Forbes (ex-ollicio), MC'bijrij.i few days visit.> had \been a row caused by Mr. ltuwser's the on ids inn against him and he only \ on Dixie Flyer train tor
{ breathe.'w \
of the rulo blcl-\cr. liidt> iot until 1 30 a in.
\ \ Steckel Miss Dennis |
Miss and > spent queer imderKtniulliig lie didn'tlay Milfoil '
Painter, Spark- III the game. from Jmksoiivlllu -
Wright, Fletcher, gut( one point Pullman \liuttit Sleeping Can
i;. and Clarke. Tuesday night at the Freeman house.", of the Kiiuie. On the 1 last occasion Mrs. It to luck, however, but to Mrs.ttowBPr. to St Louis via alioro route without .
man, Stewart DeLand Bowser hnd BUM that "she, would ne'erpluy back from the i-hHiitro of ears on Dixie> Flyer train alms
went to Wednesday
They and. shoving train to
: Rev. \-. H. Hobson, pastor of the with him iiKiiln and therefore Puliiiianii fluent rlvrpt-rit on name
cards ; .
Jacksonville, morning where they have rooms> en- table, lie said"You've l : luhtciiKO without, clmntrw '
First Baptist church of be cue considerably surprised at robbed me of two games, and For BCheUuk-a ainliiiher' ) information. wddrvia -

;' was elected as the 24th member of gaged. her piesent willingness.' She got out I hope lire sl1t1..f. ell." > Pass J.Agt.H.:JHAKFEHIV.l Jtl W. Buy; St.Jacksonville .
Mrs. Kd F. and two daughters you
'.' the board, to complete the full number Ingersoll the table and cards", nud lit be looked "1'11/1/ twill d?" she answered as she Or Kla.
Grace and Julia, and Mrs.. Cetin closely at her be dlclu't feel[ easy C. n RHODES.
more matter U that .
of trustees. roFOC. "The truth of the Ota. Puta. Ant., Maoon, Ga.WATCHES
Chaiuloln] was of New York city arrived at Norwood In his mind.! c "
venerable Dr.
i The you nre nu player. ,
elected as president of the Board of Villa Saturday for the winter. Mrs.Berry \ "Is this grime to be according to "You am talking to me?" I (
has> a house full and several Hoyle?" be at>Ked. as the cards were I
sir.
"To ou,
Trustees, and Silas 13. Wright was reelected I j
boarders rooming out. ready. ",An,1 I'm your husband, !"
as secretary.Dr. Mrs. C.V.. Munson and Mrs. I. F.Uintsberger "Just as you say" she replied."Well "Yes, sir. Hon't shout your lungs
Forbes re-elected treasurer. will make It Ho.vlo, and neither !- I head.You .
blood to
of Toledo, Ohio, spent out nor pump( the your !
to make will do Kicking. In the
:Mr. Stetson was requested of us tiny nlvvujs bragging about what
't full report of the endowment funds> In Monday night at the Freeman house best", of good nature 1 wniii you that I n plnyer are jou arc hilt jou barely know

biB hands, showing how and where enroute to Jacksonville shall xv'In nt least five Kiiiues out of one card from another. If you want to

they were invested, etc. Miss Beyer of Erie, Penn., arrived six. You ore ton sensible to get mod mend luilf on hour taking lessons, .
4' Tuesday at the Bolo for the remainderof over It. .\s I'm t the better pla.ver' vve'lletnrt
t. The adjourned at 7 o'clock: I'll""Woman-
meeting
' the winter. cIT \by ghng\ you the first deal. such talk to mehy! -
last night. :N r. Wm. Kolman of Orange City of- "'Ihnnk )'01..tut\ we are to go by WATCHES !

"_ fers for "sale" his home place known as IIojlo," she laugbed. "We will cut for w hy""Be-calm, Mr. Bowser. If you don't
tile Ed Carpenter place, containing the deal"
needn't.Lut ,
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 10) of land want to learn the game you
acres good one two-story "I Don't want any favors eh?
| Teachers house of six rooms, one large barn see. Perhaps you'llget If you lire ns poor at poker as at
County dent[ Is
Well, the yours
and! packing house and other outbuildings euchre- the men nt the club must haven

S Meet In Convention with :the house well furnished one trick" out of the first fame. soft Hiiup. What were you about tony
and about BOO budded :your lead.
o 0 grapefruit It'S\ ?"
\
r 00000000000000000000000000 trees orange and other small "As I dealt It's jour lead. "I-I was about to say that I re- have a Fine
fruits. All for *1UUO cash. This is a "So :Mrs.! Bowser, jou've begun home this evening f ) enjoy WE
of Vo- named nt
THE public school teachers bargain for any one. ready," he exclaimed ns he held! his i fireside und jou-;you"-- ne and meet
own
county held their assoclalion He also offers his> horse which is a curd suspended. "It's u mighty queer my at

meeting In DeLand yesterdayand gentle, sound family horse; two sets thing" that \ve en n't have a game of "Bent" she you finished.two straight! "I also gaaiea remained competitionnot :

today, !in the public:: school build- of harness, one: delivery wagon, one cards without you getting! mud over euchre fireside but miy
nearly new carriage, all forSUO: cash.Also nt homo to enjoy my own ..
ing. About forty teachers are In attendance one 16-acre farm at Lake Helen it." you seem! mix Ions for a row. There Is excepting catalogue

The meetings l're..ld..d. known as the Wickham place. "Stop right there! said :Mrs. Bowseras no occasion for one. You simply play .

over by County Superintendent Bert: There are about 300orange and grape- she laid down her\ ciuds.!'! "It is your punlne. just! will, enough,; for me to beat prices.

fruit trees just beginning!, to bear; 75 first leiul. ucroidini!; to IIojlo or anybody "ouYII)' don't you let me give you

Fish.Yesterday morning talks were made peach trees, all well fenced and U lotsof else. If }'on don't know"that, then )some pointers] ?" Our own guarantee
timber on the place. This a you don't know how to pity "I'll be banned if I'll stand this!
IEi to the teachers by Miss Vincent and beautiful] location, well worth *,100. "i 1 don't, eh? \\c-ll. kt It go. I'll give shouted Mr. Bowser as he rose up and amounts to some-
at' it for $300 cash. Come and
lie offers
:bliss Calhoun, normal instructors ull the luhantji/o. Chills arC his about.
'''JII. Kolman at b'la. you \bewail; throwing arms +
Orange City,
see of 1 n
the University.In ---- ----- trump.*.'II lit I yon play to that ace .. "Well, we nre nil through for to- thingas we are hereto
the afternoon Mr. Palmer of Enterprise diamonds, ." nliclit" she answered. "I have some

Mr. Locky of DeLand and CHESS BY WIRELESS. "1 tuke it with a trump. woik to eto upstairs, and as it U still back it up.In .
addressed the "You do? !iou \have a diamond and
of
:bar Brogn Daytona
v'.: Genre flayed on the lllirli yeas Wo.
e-etfng. .
b>' an American Team.I'or ]
The teachers will attend presenta the fIrst time since the advent of Take jour Holiday thoughts let

: to vlieU-ss: telegraphy rival chess! teams! i baby them revert: to '
,
today rival steamships have muunirvd I Grand,
uti two I I Il
Chaudoin Hall this evening.The to pity a game to a finish, says II I rade at W. A. Allen *& Co.,

teachers are a fine body of the :New York ll >rald. Tills contest lenge: As they are well prepared to :
MUD between a team chosen from tlm See meet all problems. J
young men and women. and are enjoying -
themselves and taking advantage, million passengers of the American diving': tit" Every statement we make
liner Philadelphia and one from unions Free ] is also guaranteed. .
at the same time, of the educational the voyagers of the Cuuurder! Lueiuilu. ::

'+ facilities offered at. the University The result was> told when tbe \essi'lsrtiuhpd and II III FaLl, loon at 1 and W A. ALLEN & CO.

New; York the other day l II !
Private mailing cards> with local told with\ great give by the 1'hlludel- I mist! It. ( .

+ scenes, for sale at Fisher's, Allen's* phhtns I whose Hide had won. There ( I r i ii miles to

r and Brllla.t was u .bit. of International pride In thevlitoiy air you

t ---- I+r--- too for the team of the Amor- I I I 1 1Mr I

Oar For,.* Reserve lean 11 n or were Americans, while i t I1 I I I ,
.'a ,y N: The forest reserves of this country i hut of the Cuuarder were all Brit- i' I I ftlftIA1A1)\iI)\ )\;r. t\)\; tIi tr.ri tA1.r.; 3i.v.5;;; \ ;: \; ; ?rf.wfltrmr .)\ ) ;;;)\ ;;;-F.; t1l1Ii t1II1II1AA1M
.. \\' AI. KOI.MAN. lornur'y' of De Land, but now
r are almost twice the area of I'eunsjl- islioix, Olt...'tW'GEI WA ,1.:X Oimigu city, Ins opened a
i. Vanla.r' The Philadelphia was well off the I St 1 1l .
; 1 1PII
i. 'I'.DURI. FURNITURE AND HARDWARE STORK
'"'links when she got lu touch by wire- ; l l hV i '
How to Open u nook. ou Omves av..ouln what. la known as tbe Burrnll |
','RIt'Ith the Cuuurder. That was stlecD .
t llhlJI 8tor L
Hold the book witIt\ :! back on u i-'lUlny noon. Jim. 1C. After an ex- PII it He Is now prepared to fill all ortleri In his line,g
'' smooth or covered table, let the frontLr IIIIIIKB of positions' which showed the I H."'J.T.DW.'lt.E and will fell CHEAPER Hum any oilier bouse In i ,
then\ the other, holding l
'board down wiles Voluslncouuty.Pleate .
IMiiliKlclphlH( to be about forty I"7TORE ::! J
the leaves In one bund while you opena .u the had of her English", rl\al the cull\ and Inspect hU Stock.tlNFt4'15S41tfg1Qt7e'W1k'Stflyl6 .

few leaves at the back then u few nt. ,'hllii.l
the front, and so on, alternately open.tag match game of thess. "Accept!" --- ----- .- x....
u --
iay -- ----- --- ------ -
back and front, gently pressing l Lutanlii. ",,'m play linuielinttly o-Ooo __ .
'plle,1| thi 0 .Oooo OW o O O O O O.O .
.r ,
and take ::..
t open the sections( till you reach the center after lunch. The teamseiP must follow suit. Don't attempt onytrl'llf'ry eaily you might run out a .
"
Do tills two or hero: Mrs. Bowser." few lessons somewhere
of the volume. i.)li-ctid, that of the Philadelphia oon- -THE >
will obtain the "I bare no suit. flay to that trump. When she had disappeared, Mr. Bow- ,
i times and you
,three !.snug of I"". C. {'II 111 well of Chicago, "
beet results, says Modern Bookbinding. ,\'. Whclen of I'lilladelphlii and W. "Are you lending trumps? he about ser put on Ills hat and coat and walkedout

f' ,. Open the volume violently or careless The Luuunluinrvliiih'U ed. to cool oil
\VolR4 of New; YoiU.
had NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
time
e 2 ly in any one place and you will likely BX, | chess expert to her "As you see. Tbe cooling process hadn't )
heard of such thing? in when an old man walking ,
set
break the back and cause a start In the loft-use.'" These were Marshall: Fox "But who ever to
know nothing of the with the aid of crutches struck him fora
the back of the That show you
force
leaves Never uul H. Ilorucu :Muiidy, both of Lou.n .J
small DE LAND FLORIDA.
Ttilie It back find lead a dime
: i ,book. It. W.lllbuuk: and game. ,
f |" ; i IW.. Young,
old fraud!I" shouted
,
heart""I "I'll dime you you f -
How to Male Indian S n I rlch.>.. tVUllaiii Evans of Liverpool and Cup- 1 know what I am doing Mr. Bow- the victim of euchre. Then belated
Put cupful of chopped ham In 11.jChoppwg.bowlor 11111 I II. R. Campbell The chuinploim from witnessed a curious sight DeLAND'S LEADING .A
)$; a assembled In tbe smoking rooms, and ser. That call for a trump your pedestrians LOCAL PAPER.
with two tnIblespoonfuls bye crutches
.( mortar baud. The old man threw away
of creamed butter a dash liiurteriuastcrs were detailed to carryniosiMgt's he growled and Oed, and Mr. Bowser, took after "
the "Well, take It, then
tublespoonful of Indian to and from operator'sFtntlou. his him at top speed and as they went One Dollar Per Annum .
yr .of paprika, a The Philadelphia took then throwing down the only one in 8 .<
chutney a tablespoonful of vinegar baud "If n man plays cards with a clattering along:; the sidewalk at a gait '
bite nnd made the first move. TheFnwo Five Cents
from prepared horseradish and a tujtlespoonful the child does. of ten miles an hour the sound thereofwas Single Copies i.
: lusted about three hours. TheI.hl'el' child, be must!'! play as
finely minced chervil. ) like the rush and roar and clatter -
of
for?
two
What ore you counting Advertising Rates Reasonable
thought
the Philadelphia
on
and spread on buttered ( of waters suddenly let loose lip"on .
Pound( to a paste cultivated too soon the "Because I took all the tricks many
their opponents
thin slices of bread. Virtue of resignation, as it did not seem "Oh. you did? Well, you needn't the fand. M. QUAD. I ."j'

4 tn them that the Lucanla team's case chuckle over it and bob around like alien BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.
.c How to R nov.t. Chain.To when they up the with her head cut off. I simply Bound deep Bond
gave
renovate willow or rattan chairs was homeless save them to you. Now I'll show yon "let me alone! he grumbled. "What :

ai'r' that have become soiled with age and gage.It something" ou earth did you wake me out Sot a Letter and Bill Heads, ... .. .:

wash off bit of dust in all for?" I Envelopes, Statements, f'", \
every
use was to combat and expose quacks Mr. Bowser dealt the curds and turn- sound sleep "'J'
and Printed Cards
the interstices and with a soft longhaired in "Because," replied hIs patient wife Engraved ,
heart. lie hadn't a trump .
invented.- ed
a
and fools that laughter wa up Engraving and Color Printing -+- ., :
surface )f
brush tint the entire such a distressing sound.-
,r, Thackeray. his hand and therefore passed for "it was Programs Menus and Invitation, ,
With( oak green stain sienna or sienna' her to make It. She said spades and he Philadelphia Preen Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils "

and Vandyke brown. This must be HOT to Rvmov Varnish stalni. brought his fist down on the table and ---!....... Large and Small Posters, Handbill", Stickers,'. ..' :'f;
done with great care so as to cover every Varnish stains may be removed from shouted: Consider tho Ooat.He Advertising Novelties Pans, Calendars, .

particle of the surface. This treat- 'he hands and also from the brushes "Spades, spades! But you can't do -That a waterfall! And you toad Newspapers Printed In Whole] or la Part ;.1

ment is suitable for willow because'it .vltU which it is applied with spirits of It!I" us pay 60 cents to see that! | r !

will take stain but rattan :which islets wine. First wash with a little spirit "Why noU""Becaul Guide-Ah, but you must remember ESTIMATES I CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
.
,';('q 1 porous requlrel to be painted or and then after wiping with a rag wash you mast make It next." it cwt us $400_to make It.-Petit Jouraal ; &

i enameled Whether stain or: paint. Ia llioreu l>ly: in soapy wai r.. '- -'. j "1_can, do us.1 like, Mr, Bowser, and four Dire. _._: ....w:. H
the luster.
-k;. JlMd. Tarnish heightens
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gj WORDS ABOUT DE LAND o o o Let Us Thresh the "TMB EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

-.' k FEW o o Thii1tty u PARADISE REGAINED." -

o. o Matter Out


.... '' J ooooooooooooooooooooooooc sLAND.1 ;Situated 110 mile* south otrt' own their own boat*may leave. them In cbarll'e No Potash-No Fruit Days Was My Life'i FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. I!

of tba keeper for a email monthly or yearly
D
Jacksonville on tba Jacksonville Tam. No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds Limit.
fee. The several lakes of the club are belnw
West, division of the .AtlaniCoaatJUie .
and
Key
; I>a ,. The town proper li five miles east miles connected of lake by shore the dlirirlnir will finally of' bevcqulred canals; fifteen; No Nitrogen-No Leaves LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14, ((903.NORTHBOUNDREAD .

; of fie: Bt'. Jobui River on the. high rollls. : Agony From Inherited '-
These three
" pine lands of tbell'l'e8t."orange ridge" of Flc '- NEAR-BY..TTRAOTIONS'. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. UP.-

Ida. 'ft' 'easilyaccessible from Jacksonville: Going east thirty miles, those who desire things must Heart Disease.Dr. I == .. ...

by' rail over the A.O.line being a ride tbrouimand ohanire of air and scene,especially In the sur be supplied No.3i1 No.28 N.. 2J: STATIONS. I No.8S No.7S No.74 No.28

\.\< ', small towns piney woods and bamI mer, Und on the neighboring coast some of the Miles Heart Cure I D"1I1.1 Ddly. Dally. I Dally. D..l1y.. 11.lIy., Dally. Dally.I .
_
'.- mocki and tbrloe crossing tb* hyaumth-co finest stretches ocean bench In the worl to your soil.

red St...lohna or the traveler; may' .reach t:1I.e DeLeon and Blue Springs are most IntcresIng Cured Me. )' ., .1110R '
; Coast ralrvmy; taIn driving dltance Write to us 8 33 p . U.'i u .. . o. JIIOk8onvllle.Lv U a 23 I'' .. . ..
7'" town. via tie Florida East natural objects within easy One In four 1ms weaklieart. I 8 45 I'' a o II) 55 9 00 a St. A ugllstlue 0 4.1. a 30 I' 6 t 1 OiliLop
I- tickets. at Jacksonville to Orange City via from DeLuncl and the roads In any dl 1 1reotlon and we will Unless person promptly every tientc . St. Augustine Fidatka and New SmyriUC'D present a ploaalng variation of oraui' send you easily become n tlisea-rd hrart. A little extrn 1020 3 t3'p 11 42 R 940 a .. .I:. l'allltka. . I! 0 C I' IS 4 \>

:". Land Isoouneoted ...th Orange City by arell'u' giant pines, little lakes and tropic some books strain from c.uisc suflicient to I.rlllo" .. .. .. 11lfiii/ ."R.latka . . o'O'J I7"I" ..
Inv is .J."I.
groves ,.... ... .I ao .1'la', 071'' 1.., Cl "I"v.. .1'I1h.tk_.... . .1 0 ':OJ' ,. .. ,
U.8. mall and a ni e this d adlv in.il.ulv the !
Jar stage. line oarryjug\ looking "hammocks. giving the < most common: cau>eof
'tf; .. .. .. ... ..Ii..IM.. :' '' } .. ..
./' sa U road. :This drive oX five mile tbroui HOTELS' BOARDING HOCT3E3. gist or the wholu matter.UEIMItN sudden death br. Mles'I1enlt, t'uie. "II: I. 7051''..GOOpl ij 1OI'I..I/ !- ra 1..lpn..J.'. . . .G03111. . .G55'I. 7 Oil pr. ,
AND tone the heart's enrich tlie: Uouil\
,:.I'.;.. the magnificent forests aiid over the shiroad and up! acl ion, .. .. . . 13 ROV..J.v. .. rpull".Lv. .. ... ... .. ....
.., :, makes thlsjoute a popular one for tbe Your first question on reaching DeLand I. KII.I WORK* improve the irculatjoll.. : ... .... .... .. ), .. .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. .t91'1. .. ... .. .. ...
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'' tsarist..The most ploturell... for a stopping place. A great variety Is oCered 911itnNuu M., >ew 1 oi>kOnr "My trouble bcj-an with cntarrhaml. I haalwnvs \' 0:> . ... .. ..13 P .. .. . .... ..lJup..nt.. .. .. ..... . . . >oj1100p
-:_. Jaoksorvllleto' Lake -from the most palatial hotel to tbe SUP!" ,sc,111 caused the trouble I have 300p 1101> 11147".Orlll..n. <.l. ... .. 4Sl\0\ ( t l" 7C31' ::!
Is'by from .
:land river 1056n..1 .. 21111 3tOI' 444 8031>
> .lona.
; experoc need with mv lieart. I bad the usual 11t81' 3Up 123" ")
: Dere ford, whlcb i* UeLanu's Uug on tlBt. modest home-Ilka boarding house kept Iladles symptoms of sl-t'pl ssnes..lost nppetite; constipation c..J. .. . .. ... 1331> .. . ...I.ortOrango.. .. .. . 3301. . !:.
r:. la oftei .'taken by of refinement. Whatever one wants be '" 1'JI0a 413p 1031' 1120 ... .Nnvl'hllyrna.' .. lI !1" 313 4231' 830)> "
Jobns. This route one the Urtluae. be accommodated. The carda of seven& palpitation < f the heart, shortness ,,:::;; ... .. .. .. .. II 331' . .. .. ...0.11; 11111. ... .. .. .. atlj.'. . . .. >
the tourist who ovuie to Florida foy can of brcnlll and p.uu around the lieart and under 0.IQ;! 108.. 6001' 3C81' 1307p..1lt'l8v1Ile.: .. .. 000 a 3lall 33 1' 0 11' ::!

From Bere.torJ-wbere he diiinburl of our hotels and boarding house can be --- -.--- .-.--_.. --. left arm. My mother suffered in I he Mme .p:::, .... .. . .. 325 }. .. . ..... .. ... .. .... .. ... 1tOI' .. .. ;;
anil comoitabUreaii. found In this paper and the proprietors" -- wav on1\ suppose mino was an inheritedtendciKy. ... ..... 600)> 343p1300p..l.ull.ledIA. .. ... .. 405 }. -: .. from the commodious rates other At one time I was in I "' ... ........ 0331> 433p 13.1> ... .. .. ... .. .. ') au I' 4tOI "-
furnishing or any agony.
., er ot the Clyde: St. Johns river line, the neler take pleasure In P..|>or :lIon.*,.. suffereil, so severely: nnd beoame weak O\! ........ 6331'1231' .. ..:- > .. .. .. .. 3eOp 4111' !'r;
. "IwUmd either by rail ovt'o 1" information desired.Nearly so t ....... .. .. 1I07p..a..l>l1.tlIIII..I. .. 13t.I. . . .. .. 1I
: reaches Branch' he take. a hack w ;Da, all of our hotels and boarding. housitr .. The mnn who I"'l>I' ready to bet on thai mdoctors bald I Demand or may anything sllll suddenly to a uruiip olmeuibera days. At this time I had rot slept over two 841.. 7tOIl 0031' a..OI'.Ft.Plpree. .. ; 13011' seop 0II'
.' meets all boats.CLIMATE tl surrounded by attractive yards and mat hours a night on account of nervousness. ) p ........ .. ... .. 0291' .. .. ... ......TIM".ls.. ..... .. .. IIH.) .. ... ... ... :.tI
HEALTH FULNESS. I I "' shade trees and all face paved street. of the club, "I'll btt n cast! olcutcbup 'J 1 he loist exerci-se such ns walking about '! ........ ........ .. .... .. ...... .. .. ....... .. ... .\ : .. ... .. ......
'. AND I "3t home-life tnuy are unexcelled. to n bottle of curry powder woul I bring! on palpitation' and nmtenncof I. ........ ........ 0 OS l' ...... .......In''RPn .. .. ..... 101 1311 .... .. .. ... ...
Early la ;yuur sojourn you will wish to T t ni* I the heart thll I would), have to ........ ....... ....... .... ... .. .... .. lr .... .. ......
observation aud inquiry ..a-I .1 I whic"rtle8 Bre trtt : sure y\blr eU by au rue hosts lOud pleasant days spent i..I.plun. can tintne the deiionilnatlons of UnlUulStnteg >'' \tiling ni.d rest. Netve nnd Liver I '. .... ... .. .. .. 7 .... .... .... . . U ::0. .. . .. Dol')'.
general
, gardiug the climate ot Florida in .jay .da from three to teu. or twelthllef 1 ,ills cured me of constipation and heart $ 140" II 30 I' 8 10" 4 25 "A'.It")", I'Oll1elll.'UI' 13 20 T> 8 M" 101\ a 1131'
-. .-. \ that. of DeUiuUlupurtiuular. >>e will .up-| j j.1 I pnper 010nl.) All lowl, ami 8 CO QO II 110)), G 1P
" unue in .December or Jaiuary. Thecown. were nbashed when ho tueiitluiiL-il $1 of Ir. !Miles' New; Heart Cure. 1 a-n inLetter \} 35 a $ ti II t5 P 8 3J p 40 p.RnYlllrnl'wlolla.Ar, 10 CO I' 84"" ))1) no II 1031' 0 ro p
: yose that you nave ShlJECRET SOCIETIES.gt. h. alth than, I lime been in twelve 1145" 6 05 a 100 8 4J" 'CO I .W. Pili.... 1I..b.Lv'' II C3 I' 8.U" IIItO II 13 CO I' 55' p
| l'
': '. .. You notice tuat most of tue trees. aiIn .e $2, $::1, $10 $20 $:;0. $lOn. $;;00. $1,0110 nnd [ thank Or. Miles', Remedies font. 101'1R..... ... ....... 1I0Gp. .. .. .. . ..}J.vnton. .. . .. .. .. 5np
tull leaf. Choice rose.*,.seen lu tbe Nortouly J 'Sn; Chapter, No. 4, K. A. M.-37 men. $5,000 Dud $10.000.Io..t': men nre nilnccuatoiuoil years 1 think 10 1 a .. .. .... ... 10 I' .... .. .. "..I ray... . .. .. .. ... .5131'
tit.
bl'rsl; iTK.: VTebb, secretary. they nte prunUcst rellledies on 11011... ... .. .... ..10031. .... .. ..'tJ.llu'h'ale.' ... .. ...... .tOp
In green-houses, are blooming unpri to bniulltiiK\ / notcx nliove earth and I am conMnmly I'ec""mendin, . .. .. ijl1n"I..I.. .....
tt M.-46 ? 1125" .... .. .... ... 101111' .... .. .. It.U..nci'tl"' 4311'
A. m..mbers
.... touted. lu the garden*, fcverythiug,; reuiimyju St. lohua Lotltre No. 87, F. $100 and few ever suw one of $10,01)0. them to mv friends., "-MKS.: L. J. CAMRKL: : ..... ... ... .... .. ...Le.llor> Clty. . .. : .. .. 4 7plIroo
of tbe nnest liuyor June UH)'S of tbinost .. ; H. D. Brucey secretary. Vr'axalmchic Te\. 8)0,11..5),, > 10G31' O.OpA'lII..ml..r.v! SCOla / 1100. "CO

*favored northern sttttes. ',1ho mouti Cypress Camp, No. 13, W. of W.-71 member; New York I'I'eS8.Foo. All druijijIsM! sell and piarTtee first bot-

from November to Alaroh inuy be clasiiea tigetuer. P. U. Wubb clerk. I tie III'. :Miles' Kcmpdt I'R.> !Send' l f..r free book Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.JAOKSONILLF. .

While the tuuiuiun are loug, Ixatln Magnolia LotlKO, No. 21, 1. O.O. F.-42 men .) AlterN Attlinnlv. on Krrvi liS' ?'"'' "'art Ii] eofrs. AJUressDr. TC ST. ATJQTJ3TINE.SCHKDTJLE3 .

. .,. until Uctob r,the. uenmsular, lorui of tbe stuti, bera; W. M. Woodward secretary.Myrtle It Issurprlaln! how circumstances niter Miles Medical Co., Elkhart InJ. ] .

frequent. sUov Lodge No. 21. K. of P.-67 members; animals. The SIIVIIRCS; of the Amazon Ni-31 No.11INo.23
breezes, uud the ; I
era tbe,constant prevent tho extremes" of oppressive. bwn hrls. U. Codrinitton, keeper of records and region fpcd the com moll gl'eell1"1"\ I No.27, No.29>IIl1y. I Nn.35 lIally."I 1>..lIy.1 Es.1' J'.lly'R.. j ....I.y.// J'&" I.)' No.99l .

. traiuout luluuU uiuud turther north. Apl'U leal. rot for generations with th" fnt of certain t < .. ,,._ .. .. AfH ER'S.UAIR Mon. :l1..n.
".- and May,October and November are the finei, A. O. U. W.-IS members; T. R. Wcob, rlorder. < Hshos, thus cnushiK;; U to become !,.; '.;'; :. EALSAM"Jr. I Lv. J'.kduuvlll.' ..' M" \) 00.. I U 4011 Ho P 33 p 00\'j3 3j ',- -W--1; B1 pAr.llt.AUlrosln.K.a
: [ ;: I > 331",403, 110. 91111' 933.ST.l'U'OUSTIN11 .
('lean. ''hl I" """ lb. hair. : 1""l.1l1nl" 1.. 1' 330" .
:. Months of ttie year.M&uy beautifully variegated\ with fed nnd "-, I' ,,,.u..." lo.ohl, """ .''h.cf"'t .
people who have. come here from tbe POINTS NEAR DaLAND. feathers. (In like manner tlio : ,, f: .::: r. ;.olr'boo"r: '1'0 JACKSONVILLE.I .
r ,9 mllei yellow t o
UeLeon Spring ;
.
irom one of tbtouiueru Blue Hprlngs.Bmllua; ,...... .. -
f. '
North, luist aud Stest, or .IE ,, :WU "' ''p d I." "" .
climate b..11 Enterprise U! miles; Green Springs 14 mlleiaasadaga .; natives of the :Mnl.iy\ iircliliieliiKO. bya I :., ,-.\ I I Nu. No. 36 I 1 I 11No.. 28l111I1Y'1
: states. testily that the tnllHI'I ; No.88 No. 82 Jh 1lIy. 1".lIy No.44 No.30 No.79 No.
given theok great reii..f Irom rheuuiuttsuasthoiu Camp 7 mites; Wlnneinlssett, B process of foi'dliiK;; rlnin;.:o the u __ I Vl&ily. I 1 16// .!". Ex. 1>" )" ". ) .1 V..Uy. Oa I) I 11..lIy.lun. .

::_ cousiitiptlou, .aud vurtoudiseases niles; Lake Helen 8 miles; Beresford II mlleirauge ; tlve lory Into the Korgeoua: kins lory.MR.S. 81... Sun. I ILv.
catarrh beueiilto ) City B miles; Olenwood T miles; Hlgb tit. AUjlu..tllle ,\ 111 HilI) K 1.fi\ji 401.. 113 10 I' ITIO I' G 30 I' G 43" I 3 110 ,.
U'be The l"
-.... .. be> deri\ud of. tbe turoataud froiu..liie iu lungs.tue naUdup..u ula' and Tark 6 miles; Spring Garden 0 nilleiJaytona .; Ar. Jaok.ouville. 7 oIl' I U W' .. I 10 13 40 1 !l 1 7 3J p I 7 .: I' 60 p

available, aud are enjoyed. by bouny ,UIU 25 milei; Flerson 83 miles; Sevilli OF BRANCH LINES.

._...- are feeble .alike througnoul tlie entire }eur, winter :n miles; Barbenllle, Iti miles; Port. Orange DeLand

". ,. and summer 'luu city la lor miles sinrounded ao mile; Eldrldge 18 miles; Eraporla, IV mllei: SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE! CITY BRANCH.B .

of tbe southern pine, anricbing Golf Orauud, M mile; Deerfoot llluersIprlng .

the by air forest with bitlsum. '.1.lie ..tlnouph...... ,8 miles. Booklet 1I..lly T O S. P"tz.PIIlly! IZ 'No.3 ,'No.JRlly 1 I .r..TAr,,'''.. I. D.2I"NO.4-) ,

.. COTTAGES- _
AND
HOUSES
at Jjeldod is remurkubiy dry tor tioridiXhere house ., 011 a .... .... '1.ltuevllle.. .. ....Ar I 23 p .I''
I lakes, rivers' or swauips in tuluiui There Is great demand for urnisliud 7) 1I Lv..lIl1m".A"" 107p 425p !I010..JN.\r. 8m rn" 1 t p 'fC3pBI'Sa
"'/, ar* no tue Ueeu uepuait 01 luriug the winter season and persons wbo "....... .. .. @ .. ......... e031' 1l 1..JV ,' :: 1I01p1M.
, 'f dlate> vlcluity, aud Intend to come for tbe entire season sbouli .. J.v..... ....En'orprt.e... ...... .A' 11110. 333 a IN l/'l1nlr.' nlll'. .Ir 1: (3 1'15 :;, p
I porous sund proviues perfect suriace uruioMge. their accommodations. In .advance Ar. ..,. .. .. j'r..rd ..... .1,11110. II 2l.El1 4.; a A' Or. Clly ./<' 1 IJy_
Th: .stiuudltlons .. procure
Jlalurla: la practically uuituown. No.20811n.
of .arte Ive six-room cottages, furnished rent for No. No BRANCH. I No 1B I tlilD.
with au abuuUuuee pure IitAYFOR'1' .11
mouth houses from *1$ .IJ .a Y On
arrange- .10 to 415 1 a ; larger D' 1' IVmO"I'
careful suuitury Only
uud
ian walur' uutiuestlouiibly ouo of the for. modest residence, to. *100 per mouth for H4! jifeH: { 3'2 jxigpa/ halftones, show, to ). I.v.. ....... .... ..... .. .. JIIOk.OIl..l1h. .... .. .... ...... ... :/ P
imiuti uiiute tms .. place with all modern Improvements, etc. cf DeLiiud a lid viiiiity 031' Ar.. ......... ......... SuutbJ.ck."Ill..I., 8'2 a 3 a p
most healthful places to be touuu anywhere.PUBLIC HH!.!; l"l'IIIII'C'UNI: ( ti Af .. ... .... ........ .. ""b", He'ch..J"1 : 100" \ 3:0 p
", PRODUOrS. cluirches, Btrett scenes, tJ \ ......... .... ........ ... !. .. ... .. . .. ... .Lv., : 4 315)>
M PROVIUoI ENTS. DeLand Is In the midst of one of the moat } p p AI' ... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .M.pnrt.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .!:' ::1(, ,, 300p
,uriuiiiff 'ibratioiifi, univtraity: buildDSf" -
Florida
Important growing sections of ol'
of public improvements can: bmentioned <" orange Trainsdonut s opatstatlo. 's opposite wbloh no time I. ibown.Tlip .
?
In the
_. way several miles of tbe finest shclroaua 'oualdernble' fruit. was shipped from this sec" club house of Aquutic Club ... T'mo Tab M show. 'h. tlrie. nt whldi trains may, \j.. expoeteil to. arrive an,1 d"'nrltrom
.. The cowing season will seiirgely Sirohnw nrrlval at the tliuaa tllu' the uiuln streets u:1 Ion last year. ilue Spiiug, D..Ll'onprin:; th.> .-vmBtntlons.\ but Ihdr or dcpartura
electric lights on ADAMS. Itsall e fur delay or conso Increased. shipments and the time lanot L. S. nor ilups the Company hold re punslb any any
that 1": of
of water works rivir seeut"; nmuy} pages .
0 tbe city, a syiteiu
tbl.
distant. when In all probability
owned aud opevaied by the .city .aupplyln fur Of UaltmtoH, T"X<... inatttr ilesoriutive. cf lLo
.... will again be a groat orange producing counry. eacling Connections at Miami.
above ah and Occidental Steamship
IOSLI I
little Peninsular
tbe purest. water at a The production of the pineapple hen "Wine of Cirdul is indeed blewln3 own; ; ud\eriifceiuents: of all leading
and 8OIOUI'lul' -
lire protuctiou tired suffered for
adacjuttte to
urmoliiug(. romlaes to rival that of the orange. Hcc..texpol'lments women. Having nisiiii'HS anil profeHnionnl I men, hotels KEY WEST HAVANA. AND NASSATT.MIAMINASSAU .
low ...t..r. Insurance.. Au electric llifliplout \ even with weakness and bear.Ingdown BETWEEN MIAMI,
' ::.. a prove that with comparative!]' years ..- --." -- .!>
aud iutcnciligutlnir. Louses. --- -- -
.
lurnlabos ilglits tor street pains and having tried leverjl and boarding' -
such soil and climate : LINE.
V/2ST-UAVAIJA
Wo ........ bays au Ice factory, au|><- lexponslve protection doctors and different remedies LINE. MIAMI-KEY

iylutf l) Laudand tue surrounding oountrjwitu )' IUl that of DeLand will profitably product .lth no success<<: your Wine of Cardul Commending- January' 1,1803. I | Commenoins January 15, 10O3.LT M

the article so essential" to. comfort. fruit which in sUe and quality shade fursurpasaeibe further WdS tne only thing! which<<: helped me, Sent postpaid to any address 25c. LvlU..mtllon..Thur.: : . .. .. .. .. 11 03 p Miami 8 in.,TI \ r. .... .. ... .. .... .... S 30 aAr
pineapples grown without ..... .... .... 13 33
soutburu ulam"r .. ..nu eventually cured me It seemed to ArN.u1'nps.l"rl., ..30' | )k".y \\"ilt8I1n..1.hur. p
well as
uortberu ... .. ...... .... .11 C3
01011 tb. VN .. We.l., Sill. .Ill"i u I.v KeyVcs' isun., llmr pArllavani
>B aa
build he weak strengthen
-- of dellcldmilagura up parts THE NEWS I'UBLlSlTIXa CO. Tliur., Mm. 6VO..1'1 Mon .Jo'rl..1 00I.v .
AND EDUCATIONAL. In June or July large quantities "'rl\lI.n,1 !
.r RELIGIOUS I the system and correct Irregularities. Havnim Won., F t .. 4 03 p
) of worablp testify that DeLancIs :- grapes ripen. Excellent peaches. Commencing February 2, 1PO3..v&rimnlMn. ArKpyW .tTu ., Sst; :::: .::::::::::: T.1h6rtv

\. Nina house* Kpioopanan : ..., Japan persimmon*,Japan plums, pecacuts I By "tired women" )[rs. Adams I ., UViI.Frl . 5 C3 ). Kw,. V p-t TUPS S.u .. ........ II e tAr lit.. .
uhurch-golu oouiniunity. liuptlst : p..a. DeLand Florida k- : .. .. 6ou: .. ,. ...
a 'i Tiu ..Tliura sm AJ-MlninlTiicH.. xit.. ..... .. .. 7 00 p ,
-. lucthodlsts. (.Northern aud Boutb.ern guavaM strawberries, watermelons, am! means nervous women who liavo I .v Nm .ail Tue.. Thin. Hut .. . 3C31'
Christian. and ItomurCiithoUca tany sub-tropical. fruits are grovrn here with disordered nicnses, f.illiiipr of the AI'' Ml >ml WrU., Vrl Sun. 0 BU oj|
),. Presbyterian bvaldes colored fiuptlsta ond Methidlsta > access. For the focal market and fanilljirden 'womb ovarian troubles, or any of Commenoio 1'o1..rclSO., 10O3 i Above hou',', bn..... .
... 1. Tbe graded "icboootters an almost endless variety of vegetales these ailments that women have. I .vMliimlMon.\Vl.: Frl . 5 03 p aril Time, except lhat aUowiv for.Nassau; Is local
,- .rot .preaente< be during the entire '. You yourself at home with i iI Ar .'BniiTii' > .Thu $nt 6 ao "I!
,
courae, aud tbe bulldlnywbicb may produced yearThe can cure r I : : 3 03 or Xsasau time.
.an eight yeara' v Ni.nsnii. I ufn. | hur.. rt.it pir
It occupies I* new uud newly urninbuu<1 soil Is particular)' adapted to corn' and this great 'women's remcilyVine/ I i M In mlW I.. rrl .Sun: 6 hO a'' I --- .
hi of the moat commodious veet potatoes. Kecent trials prove that au ''of Canlui. Wine of t'ur'Uui IM?!! m.t t .
aud one
tl
throughout
public school. in the. nusually high grade of tobacco may be pro- cured thomnmU of cases whichdoctot.s ',I For copy of Local Tlmo Card addr"4* any ACPMC.
best equipped
and du..d the high pine. land. Parts of Volu- have failed to benefit. Wh i "
tbii
from on FLA.
certificate.. of graduation v.'f Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AU3USTINE. J
state. John B. Stetson University oil.a county are adapted to the cultivation olKraroane. not begin to get well today? All I J. D. RAHNER :
school accepted at "t
iats have $1.00 bottles. For : "'"
to eIlUtl..tb.. pupil to entrance lute drug \_,,- .i3J ....
and MANUFACTORIES. any stomach liver or bowel disorder tc Cent for thr< mont h V mo.nborfflilp.w .
para < :
th* academic course there, Thedford's : roceivoH tbootliclnlcluboriiiinanuiuntrumuiital :J I NASHVTLLE 5.R
Do Lund Black-Draught iui'll: niulnbcr &
The chief manufactured product of I .OUJSVTLLE
should be used. ......UIUnt h.lIch\lllo! Gp..c'.ull: 'b'I'I.1
JOHM B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. o1od vicinity Is lumber. The abundant. supply nvvr nlu.lo ent.li month. Isploupa
institution and might be made\ into Foranitiir.aiMn, >.... "Rlvlnff Iariiiptunift In .nil: .ulio a <..rt.lIle, of Aiuibcr. .)hlpuliirb ..
the leading educational of yellow pine cypress Inient > Service anil Quick Schedules to- -
This Is )1m Lnilifn'AilviMiry lM.inr&| givoitthtt pnvlli'go of Club Room .I.Ienll..nmon' In aw -First Class
In the state. and attracts many families to '" great variety of articles now shipped Introm Tim: OluittunuuetMuillilno:: Co.: I ICliattanooira York City and of buying: 1 liternt ure.inusio prniixprloea. -
feiin. .ot...vd..crlpllOn nt wbol..JII Evans villa Chicago
the wluter months. Tba Institution a distance. Among the mauntacturlnKdustrlca J Nashville! ,
Jirmingham
.. lleLand for nnvinff yon from 2< J to tK' ha about S3CO.UOO! Invested lu buildings! In already. established, we have an iceplllllt. : ;' Don!t frtil to join at on.Be.Yoti will c t much Louisville Cincinnati, :St.: Louis

40 Instructors of .ability .and assistant, from .a fertilizer factory, a novelty wood- WINEoFCARDlJ1 more thunyonrraoney'. CLUB tpi*worth.ARVM UO. :MUTITAL o..u ;LJTEKfat...ri.Y'-. ,
noted college* of the United State* and foreign orklng establishment that turn out many vuio -ami .\lll'oints'est on J Northwest.lobile .--

countries, constitute tbe faculty. At u >of ul things In Us line; a cassava. starch fao"Iiory Points Southwest -
] New Orleans anti AU isiyTLrougb
.. about. MO students regis here and one at Lake Helen giving employment .. ,
--- I
lobe JII'I"'ftime" via tbe L. & N. are bold by 1\11! railroad Coupon
tickets
tered. John B. Stetson University. i* affiliated to many hands and working thounds *:

with tb* Chicago University, pro rata. credit ... of acres of land. RIDER AGENTS WANTED Ticket' Agt'ntin) Florid:

being given to eithar Institution'for!- work OUR PEOPLE. t'"r !Mieduli-H. Itatun nnd l !SleepingCur/ Hum-rvntloiin, apply to J. M FLEMING I ,

J. done lat tbo other. Stetson has a productiveendowment are: The people of l>eLand are from almost every one in each town to ride and exhibit a ample 1002 model ft. ., ; A..* :200: West Florlilu Ituy> <"!M.I'liHriciitfcr, Juc."uvIUe.AKCrtf.hoViiVvini.Kj. flu ,.
buuaiiigs
of *:mou>. The part of the United States. They are Intvlllmt CAM MAKE tto TO
YOU
bicycle of our manufacture. .
'.:" large and.substantial, every comfort being and proll'r.....".... They have worked en- 9BOA WEEJf besides having a wheel to rldefor yourself. .- _. "-.- (:

a* In a modern hotel. Cataloguesjnay ualaHtlcally for twenty-four years to build ;
provided
:'., be obtained free by addressing tile pre l- : .ap their b".uUfullltUII city. Uninterruptedogrvst 1902 Models ,,1".? $9 fo $115 *> ,j jFI.

nent, Dr. J. F. Forbes.BICYOLINQ.. I improvement have been the re- -JNEi

ult. Ilielr desire now Is that as many as posDle 1900 and 1901 Models MBAEKsr, $7 fo $11 ATLANTiG

of thoso who aro turning southward. may _.
tbe city and the GOO Second Hand Wheels 4) C Q .
nnd about '
Pavement* lu ...e for themselves what DeLand offers both JlOOOmakes fI
hawjwen made to adja- taken In trade by our Chicago retail. stores. allO
excellent path that of interest offer unexcelled to settlers. and winter residents; for then and models; good as now.......... .... .. T I : ilrc>ad.. Cc>.
and point ..
town with the to
ent Those mRny more will surely agree many We ship any bicycle OH APPROVAL any
opportunities to the wheelman. wbo now pronounce DeLanJ<.l on account ofher without a cent deposit in advance and allow


"kind who Of nave road ridden and pavement bicycle pavement. on unanimous almost are at every good In .urches> climate and and fraternal her people organization'her university her hotela one 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL. r B I ; The' Great Through Car Line From Florida.

I
our
that
th* opinion and her homes her products, her public need
the paving of th* atreet risk in ordering1 from us, as you do cot
as upbl t... Beside* iprovements and her merchants, the mosttractive no
In th* city limits the residents beyond tbe. corporate .. place. In all the southland for them. to pay a cent if the bicycle. does not suit you. CONNECTIONS:
have. extended tbel'O..d..y InsomeosMwveral ..". ..: W&tmff&AlftfVS.l
.._ bound DO HOT BUY 'AeTDS\' : ... '.
mile Aa exoeUent blcy. I OVEn ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah, CharlaaDTHt .
;" .. ..nd oroo ot all 1 killtl-, atCon .
.uDdrl. I'tIOrtlng
: mad to Lake Beresford Once a time u mutt tried to ride l..... equipmeDt. .nnd "atlo.lo.l1.. thence via the
: ... -le path has been to upon rel'Ul.r priCea. tn our bill free 7 EAST I ton Richmond.' anil Washington\ ,
shsll road ob I IJe >
which
"'!t- ;;., re. miles distant; also* good OD tbe back of a young colt, ta.n. a world *J ..ggSff&SShESStSSS! **. for .- III Pennsylvania RailroaJ.
to
r./ I '.oco City, live mile* south and a path' of tcted very much .to bis doing ao, and WrK!' wntfit m T011auio. pprsoo*V rlt in today for f ro catalogue and our speolai JJ 3;" VIAALU-RAiL.

,1:;..' ". Helen, lIye mils :-dl tnos: by way there'wal quite a straggle between tbe for a T>lcrol III. The Louisville and Na.hvllie. via Montgomery.
rtnnauaseit. and 3.1.: : CYCLE CO. Chicago.
two, with plunging by the colt HMD: TOTHE.WEST

1 FISH AND QAMK.da .. Inglng by tbe man. The :Mobile: and Ohio Railroail' via ;\fool omer1' ,.

abound In colt threw the man over '.
; waters. freah and salt, dually tbe
,.tl and the hunter need not go far1 to find bls head depositing lilm on tbe ground Via Savannah and Ocean' Steamnhip Company for Nw. York
nan .
.
; The lake of th* DeLand But tbe man deter- fbila-lrlphia hn,1 Botton.
bird shootlug. Ithout Injury.
'good half mile east of Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Washington and
Aouatlo Club one and a lined not to be defeatedpursued EAS T

town, arWelltocked'wltbtMus and smaller >lt' and,'capturing him. proceeded to WINCHESTER 3THE I Baltimore?

fish and afford great sport to those ploatorlally agnln mount with some difficulty VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Savannah and! Merchants anil Minors Transportation Company

: Inclined. During th* hunting season, There was another struggle which for Baltimore and Philadelphia.

.uldaa. take the tourists to Quail' number grounds of th and_ ''ended 'as before-with -the man preftat9.cn FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS t:

aldom fall tobaa goodly the ground but,tbla.Uma be "Leader" "Repeater' To Key West Via Peninsu r and
morsels.
.fat and Jutoy, "New Rival" .
received severe Injuries.Moral. -ANDHAVANA.- +

THE OsLANO AOUATIO CLUB. Some persons don't know Occidental Steamship Co.:

This club was organised 1st, UOl by' our lead.Ing when they are well off. New 'York are looking for reliable shotgun am- 4
of wtratU' -
need you
ed *
to
*
who roogH ,
clti* tloB.ns,f:ttC tej lourts and thousand< horn acres popl of _erald.;, , DF fnunltlon, the kind that shoots where you :htilea.ge Tiolsiets.

Tb club ha* purchased a ..... TJaJ... I the
frHb-w. Winchester FactoryI1Loaded Tickets good over 13,000 miles of amonjr
beautiful
several buy Interchangeable Mileage
surroundlDf yeWttb &- point your gun
1eorei i ,
land Encorel"persistently
sale the
1 tplsndld 'pibitfg ls foustnil f. ."E i railroads In the Southern States, are oa by principal
tnclpal
.... t-hec, whloa in tbe l Rival loaded with -
of college students Shells "New .
"' .bo.' > *and a half cast eet group Shotgun : alrents. ..
'
'. TIlt o1.b-hou..1s n.41e1 paved idleqce after little Era had .died her Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast
through Pullman Sleeper,
JJf loaded &
.;, of tow..an41..M ... bad fallen."Kricoref [I .Black powder "Leader" and "Repeater, Railway.
..tne' l4 biOo1. era -t>. I T aTed.J. atati degjtb and tbe curtain, ; Line' alao via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern

\.p.: "'..A'oftDleDI .and 1It' tbOUM EncoreP || with" Sm keless. Insist upon' haying Winchester For reservations and Information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line

j f ... 7'i' kJ 1'Ict1.IOt '.Tbe Uncle Tom, on* of the kind thatneeded or write* j

..ore to,, ,'." ,. '. ,-p''''',() tie bI ,,00 burned .cork l to .emphasize ; ..Factory Loaded Shells, ..and accept no others. FRANK: C.' BOYLSTON W. D. STARK. ,. -t
Agent.
.
!fN- .;. f .p' II, : ;tf' .I..e ftfce stepped bore f Commercial Agent. Trat.. Paj
blackoesa ef hi ,
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;-!\ \ ._ ?'). ti tbe some :, .-,,, ', .ALL. DEALERS KEEP. THEM 138 W...t.Bay Street, A.tot :Block, : -"laeluoDYUI., Fla..
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The DeLAND WEEKLY NEWS In the death of Dr. J. L. M. Cur-o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 0 'SPORTING NOTES. 1 G. A. DREKA & COGeneral -

ry, one of the trustees of the Pea I
'" o Newsooooooooooooooooooooooooo g chan.
State Miss'IIecker, the women's golf
t DcLAitD! Voinm COUNTY FLORIDA body fund, the people of the Soutl o o 0 plon, never plays the game during the

-and especially the colored people o 0 ---- i"
winter. .. .LEADINQ
r O. O. CODRINGTON, Publisher .
? -have lost a true friend. Catcher Billy Maloney may be transferred -
Bubiorlptlon Rule Sanford growers will v ship 150 to Jimmy Collins by the Cincinnati -

k One Tear ........ .n............. ........SI 00 Anthony the carloads] of celery this :year.A club.
Mz:months:.....:......,.. ..:.. n...'.... .. 110 Susan woman modern hotel is to be erecte< Han Johnson denies that either React) Merchandise' ,,1 ,
tl' When paid In advance. When not paid 1 1advance In suffragist celebrated the ninety: or Angus> Is", behind the New YorkAmerican
add 60 per cunt.Katard :. at jMt. Dora, Lake county, by a
third anniversary of her birth on League club. _,
of citizens.
in thapo.tonic. at DeLand, Florida cont-pany: of his physician! ,
13. Susan is not yet Under the orders''' ,
aa Mcond elm matter. February TbeGainesville Dailyand] Weekl, "riilliulelphln Jaik" O'Bileu has been )

AdTartUlno' rate furnished on application quite] old enough to t!>te. News has been! absorbed by the compelled to cull oft all bill fights tot Oldest Established House in the City. ", ,

M1 Addreia all Communication!, ant milk Daily and Weekly Sun. the next few weeks. (
ab ck>or money orders pa7uhleto The bill providing for another Four horses will try to lower thereorld'e

THE WKEKI..V: I>6 Loud NEWS, FIB.JFRIPAY. member of the cabinet-for the Extensive water frontage/: ha trolling record next season' NOTIONSNew r
be been'sold in Fernandina. to a corn They are Cresceus The Abbot JohnA. DRY GOODS AND
FEBRUARY :20! l9at.i Department of Commerce-has pany that will make great improve McKerron and Lord Derby.
1 '. __-- come law. George B. Cortelyou,, ments. The Ice yachting championship of ::
t" yt J NOW, ALL TOGKlllKlt. will be the I'nited States baa been held for SPECI..A.LTIES '
." secretary to the president, A contract has been let for dredg Q

,.. : :y t. .:" The trustees of the University appointed to the new cabinet posi- ing the St. John!" river, from Jacksonville champion the years of by the the Hudson Jack river.Frost also and Woodlawn Boulevard. ,A.::' .

-j-i:.r held' their annual meeting yesterday tion. to the mouth, and work wil Jockey "SkeeU" Martin now under : York Avenue j'Ne'VT

',off'It.. afternoon. The result of this - begin at once. contract\ to W. C, Whitney, la to ride DeLan.d. Florida.. ::,\" I

meeting will be found in our news The Boxers are getting ready for President Grover Cleveland n. II. Duryea's Acofulh, tbe American

columns. another onslaught ngainst the mis- of'\lanchE's- 1 broil three-year-old iu the English f1101Fitfltofl'Jitfl'r1FiVVfftPttrlA'ltpk'f& iVMJ; lL9tflA'141tt1tsSElEflFllEigllEkfElflgSVilfSVFos "
the Duke and Duchess Derby.J. !.1 < J/it,4'ih'Ilitr"JtifA'k! ) II

e Tbe guilt or innocence of Dr. sionaries in China. Beheading appears ter and other notables are spending A. R, Elliott: the famous marksman '

Forbes was not investigated at this only to aggravate them. Per- some time down the East: Coast. Is now In= New York, where bo : : a IPleeLseiaaLtTO : Time: : .

;4 meeting. This question was decidedin haps the punishment was not suf- There was n coal oil famine ir will prepare himself for a few pigeon '\
trim for the summer ..
matches and get lu .---.GO THE.7--
October and the resolutions ficiently severe-numerically speak Pensacola last week. Oil advanced circuit : +, ". "

passed at that time have been pub ing. __ ___ from price)10 to cents 50 cents per gallon per gallon.(tbe usual Acarload Juke Oettmnn. the crack club center of fielder Buffalo .ef, Q -cr .A 'JIO' : : OL-o-e:: J : j
I Kasteru League
of the
lished twice in TUE :NEWS showing ;;"
of oil arrived and relieved ) '7'
Congress: has passed the anti- Intends to leave that organization
their unanimous vindication. the famine just in time. and join the National League club in
trust laws prepared by Attorney-
The University is under the absolute General Knox, but the trusts wiHJiobobly The Florida Automobile Associa- Philadelphia. track for the Poll 13ea11tifql Lqk s for J3oatiqg.: .
4Sgi1bo11Jts,1o'tTogts
board running
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I The new ,
L I1 control of the Board of True ion wa organized in Jacksonvil'east '
survive the blow. The use of the Ilarva'ul track squad Is now ,.,
foil 1\eqt.\ : "
week. Owners of autos { Gqqoes:
tees. What these trustees bay: any completed. It H the best that the University ,
present congress is not generallysupposed where are eligible] to membership.The has ever had and Is modeled

"goes.Now they have spoken-and the monopolies.to be very antagonistic to urging association the building will be of bard a factor roads in after the Boston A.. A. track. No C13grge for Il
result of their deliberations must be throughout the state. CURED CONSUMPTION.Mrs. : '.;
Clqb :l{oiise Opeq to tlte 1qblic. > .
final] and all to B. \V Evans Clearwater Kanntc -
.. accepted as by one pension all\ the old Jewelry and diamonds valued at \ ,.: "My husband lay sick for three i : :R RI

Because one man has political feel. slaves has taken quite well in the S2.000 were stolen from Jeweler months; the doctors stated he had ;
:
ing: against Dr. Forbes and another South, where it was at first supposed Adams of Tampa in broad daylightone i wick consumptiton. We procured a I Parties Can Have lie Use of Dlning-Room and Kitchen, pith Dishes, -

hates Mr. Stetson on account of the it would receive its greatest day last week. The thieves 1,ml ottle it of cured Hallard's him That Horehound was six Syrup years etc., at Moderate+ :Rates
objection. Of course there is no were two white men. They were I "
old waterworks fight; because one Igo and since then we always kept a :'
-. chance for the bill to become law; arrested, and one of them confessedand bottle in the hOIl e.Ve cannot do t ,
man is employed at the University it was only meant as a bait for the told where the valuables were without it. For' coughs and colds it gooD FLOO1.JI.'fV Pi\JSrO] for P"qciqj{. ;

and: another is employed by Mr. 'colored delegated." hidden. has no equal." J5c soc and $i.op hot- I
these not valid reasons tIe at all druggists 2. :i
r Stetton- are : Firebugs got in their work at U
.. MuSIc in the ,::1:1I I
MISSISSfPPllfOUSfABOUTS. I ejTKefreshments will be on Sale every Thursday, with
for enmity or for n continuance of Tampa one night last week. Eight for Dancing.
evening
,
the dirty fight that has been wagedfor They Are Traveler, \oiun, Antocrnt fires were stalled at different portions :Mount I2tna. i tAtliT1UP4i.1I1tili3ttAU1t11S11t1LitlSiASAtIPt.iAlf
.l .. M.ii of Leisure. of the city during the night rtiin'a .main crater Is 1,723 feet wide { S.itRi.7iYioitgflLiiAfiibiiyPtitltTfRtAtle.; ;; PY.O.aG.VV'Y
the six months. mountain istoJz3 ,
The
past and S-iJ:! feet lit'c'p.'
Tile black steamboat! roustabout of The striking firemen are blamed, toa
control of ; feet high.Mut5NOb.
of the ;
.. The quostion the ;Mississippi la as much part and considerable extent. Rewards of O-VO.O.O .
the school is settled once more, and parcel of the river: as Is the water and $10,000 have been offered for tbe : In MuMhrovml. O'Y'Y'V V

it is settled as the trustees thought quite us iipcpssnry. There Is an Iin- arrest and conviction of the perpe- There are n number of species of JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
? resslon the roustabout Is a much
that
, .. best l> trators. small (lied which develop to a greater
abused individual, on Inclination to
though
mushrooms
Everyman who loves the town class him along with the sluiellke circus The kaolin business is just tho ur usually levy attack extent) does In not begin until the DE LAND. FLORIDA.IN .

f. and its people, every man who hand This wholly -wrong. Tho reverse of what it was reported to fungus Is quite old or partially deatye'd. AFFILIATION WITH "
roustabout la traveler, nomad autociat be months ago. when the mines '
wishes to see the town and the man of lelsuie. He Is little seen were first opened. Then the com- ( --- -__-- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. ..

f) school grow, should now lay aside on the upper) river but lu St. Louis, panies had to introduce it and proveit You Know What You Ate Taklnff -

.. all former prejudices and feeling Memphis; and Orleans there are enough was equal to any clay on the mar- when you take Grove's Tasteless PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER. '" .
f.- of him to man live times as manyLorna I and Chill Tonic because. the formula la
rr and work for the general good. as touch at those potts. Yet ket. This they have done are plainly printed on every bottle show. LAW /,
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE OF L'
running steadily day and night trying inf that it is simply Iron and Quinine '
The man who now tries to pull lower river packets have trouble In'' /? 1
.h? the blacks. to keep up with their orders, In a tasteless> form. No Cure, ACADEMY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY i J
full ot They
shipping crews '
: who
down is in the wrong; the man 60c. ('
do. Lees-
which they find hard to no pay. tit
are compelled to ship for each trip separately NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOLS, BUSINESS COLLEGE:
tries to build up is: worthy the sup because It does not please tho burg Commercial.TARPON -- KINDERGARTEN: SCHOOLS OF Music AND ART t I'.. vr' i

port of every honest men and wo rouster to take more than one trip la u IN THE ST.' JOHNS. 'The \Vulti.

month. The balance of the tfme ho Quite a commotion was created The waltz Is commonly supposed toe Law Graduate admitted 1 to Practice in Florida without Examlnat J
man.Now plays gentleman of affluence. On the A Complete System Correlated work In Manual Training.
let there be anend to this at Sanford Wednesday morning, l,> of Austrian origin. The Paris Jour-
Memphis! levee I listened to a group of Aa Adequate and Competent Faculty of Instructor.
matter. Let us all get together to the brawny fellows as they lolled wltfl- which was caused. bv the exhibition nee 1'rouch declares origin however that It was that danced It is of In A Well Selected' and Comprehensive Museum.Ovir IfFor -
In the shade of a freight: pile. Not one by Capt. W. N Lefiler, of a tarpon 4300,000 In Bulldlnva<1 Equipment
the good to make the first time Nov. 0, 1178,
work for general I'nrls for on '
was there who Lad not visited at sow which had been caught the night ( A Splendidly Equipped O)mnusium.
k the the town and that it was known In Provence before A Library of over 13.000: Volumes,
the next year greatest time every point In Mississippi; val- before down the river by one of his tbat date at oltn."

f 2k and th ,.school have ever known. Icy at whIch the steamboat calls. They fiuhing. The fish was a beau. further Information. addreu the President

.: NEWS will be found in the front ware equally at home In I'lttsburg or tifnl specimen! about three feet in I The Kent Prescription for Malaria, JOHN F. FORBES. PH. D.. i3aLaae. .Fu.EMQRY .

' ,. rank working and fighting-with Oilcans Little Rock or C'huttnnoogu.: length and weighing 14 pounds. Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's .. O.O-G O.G.O.O U O.O.
In summer the roustcrs are fairly
tr ,
"' Captain L.flier had it hotographed Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
4 \ with ,sword if willing to work, though they exerdsetine
!" pen and recessary; demand has Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
The discrimination lu the matter of and already a great No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.
for the good of its home. man
boats, but lu the fall, when steamersire been made for copies. -..--
::' .. who seeks to tear down, now, is a.. plentiful and labor scarce, they A }"LOR1Ds'roCK RANCH -

'f\k traitor, and should be treated as a become exceeding: coy. They do not In Escambia county tbe South A Haunted Cbapot. .
Rnttivr around the hiring mate then. A Welsh! Baptist chapel at Ponkey Is
time of Lumber have
traitor in war. States Company
lIe has to come to them. They regard ern aid to be haunted by a specter. In the
I Now, a long pull, a strong pull coldly the average monthly wage; $40. given the people of this state a valuable stillness of nighttime It Is said to be .

j .; and a pull all together-and we They nsk tor $GO and even for $\\)0. and lesson in economics, besidereating heard hammering under the floor !In 0 GO L ,L El 0F
they get It. If they hold a grudge a business which gives the gallery and about the walls.
\I will ehow the state what the town ..
.. against the mute of n boat, they demand every evidence of developing into a ..
: of DeLand is made of. his discharge and get that too. paying investment. ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT 1836- OXFORD GEORGIA. -19O3

Iv but the moment summer or winter, Three years ago the company I And harassed by a bad cough? Use

;):. When Mrs. Hayes was mistress that the roustabout! steps upon a steam having cut over a* tract of 18,000 liallard's Horehound Syrup, it will secure .-
,. er's forecastle his hours of ease are of Escambia I ou sound sleep and effect a
in the county >
I :'. of the White House lady friends in done He works day and night, a sort acres Florida, and Baldwin county Alabama prompt and radical cure. 250 soc and i i. situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section

Cincinnati sent her a very hand of work no white man could stand fore they had all that amount of $i.co bottle__at all druggists_ :a. OXFORD Georgia where there are no ]local causes to
\tI l
,'en twelve! hours. He sleeps at ()( -- r
some sideboard in appreciation of minutes! between landings sprawled 011 land which has heretofore usually A Strnawle With EllarU.h. sickness. The College will continue. jpuke every I

her prohibition of the use of liquorsat dock or cotton bale. He wears shirt been abandoned. They decided! to American tourists abroad.often comment effort now, as in the past to send forth young men well furnished' '
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} ; the White House table.! At tbeI usually-trousers and( shoes and find- utilize it as a Block:! ranch aud put upon the llteinl I translation Into in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian '
office them burdensome lIe lays aside his the entire acreage under fence. A English of notices", In foreign languages. Or.
of
their term
:; expiration of powers[ of sight and reasoning! retains stock of Hereford and Shorthorn The well meant efforts( of landlords and character.
this sideboard was left in the White only cars and muscles! and becomes n bulls were secured and crossed with I others to convey lu the language of the Courses leading to the three degrees-A,B., Ph.B., and S.B. [

auctionedoff powerful machine, answering to thebllxhtest visitor the mi-nnlng:, of the native often for walk in lift. '
I House, and was recently the native cattle. At the same time -are designed to lay broad foundations any
Inclination of a mate's will.- laughable results.
with other old furniture. The Willis Gibson in Scrlbiier's. much of the land was cleared and produce.\ WlIshln ton citizen found this notice After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of '

sideboard was bought in for $8:> planted in upland rice, cassava: velvet -I posted In his room In an Alpine studies in the direction of the student's special aptittides. ,

'by the proprietor of a Waihington ,, SOUTHERN SUPERSTITIONS. cowpeas beans, ,571)beggarweecl!) acres being, corn plantedlast and hotel"Misters: the venerable voyagers are f I

rt1 beer garden, and now adorns his I clothes The Central' Dining Hall will offer good food at actual eat not to exceed :
This 1,000 take
not to
coming season earnestly requested
t, used If you kill frogs! your cows will "go year. eight dollar per month. Puroiihed 1 rooms are let at one dollar per month for each 110....:,
place of business, wher it is dry." acres will be planted. The cattle of the bed to see the sun rise for tbe lodtfur. This jBtem U under tbe Immediate supervIsIon of a member of tbe r.0. ..

, r J.: for cut,glass decanters and cocktail Tickling a baby will cause the childto have thrived in the enclosure and color changes."-Washington. Star. pity,who assisted by competent and experienced matron

; .. ., ingredients. Friends of the Hayes stutter. the result has been that the averageof -- a

x "__ family have tried to purchase the To throw hair combines . the Feet Warm and Dry. All necessary expenses for the collegs year may be brought .s
window Is bad luck. pounds each have been succeededby Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease a within $17500.iOTAUb ? ,
'v historic old sideboard, but the pres- blooded stock It cures Chilblains, Swollen
t,:, To thank a person for combing your half or quarter powder.
't' eDt owner refuses to sell it for lees hair will bring bad luck.Xo weighing 400 pounds and the Sweating, Sore, Aching, Damp feet.

than 3000. person who touches a dead bodywllllie pound average for calves", 30'j At all drug-gUts-.and.+shoe----stores 25c. TKKM QPITCS 8ng Tmini3M.> > 11, 18n .

haunted by its spirit. dropped has been succeeded llo her Gray'.Hwcet Powder lor Children ..
1I. "dew claws" and It will .. -4h
Peace reigns it in Venezuela again. Cut a dog's calves crossed with blooded stock of used Mother Gray,
by
Successfully ,
not die from poisonous snake bite. For and other information address
The have raised the blockade an average of 57 pounds.One nurse In the Children Home in New catalogue Fes
powers To kill ghost It must be shot witha
a
thing which has been de- York, Cure Feverishness, Bad Stom-
r and the whole matter goes to bullet made of a silver quarter dollar. monstrated is the fact that the im ach, Teething Disorders, move and
The Hague tribunaTfor arbitration. To dream of a live snake means enemies stood the climatic regulate the Bowels and Destroy James E Dickey President
ported'cattle testimonials. ,
at large; of a dead snake enemies Worms. Over 30,000 :!
Minister Bowen conducted the negotiations dead or powerless.To I change, and the other that i it paysto They never fall. At all druggists: ,25c.

with great tact and cir dream of unbroken eggs signifies fence cattle in and supplementthe Sample FREE. Address Allen S. L -.OD'O: O'EOnoIA._ =.J
feed with for- Olmsted, Le Roy N. Y. ,
the U the are broken ordinary pasture
,, cumspection, and won from trouble to come; eggs The .
proposition. Mr. the trouble is past. age grown for the purpose. The Manager R.a..... It. ,
t, powers on every If you boast of your good health stock on this range now includes! "There Is something elevating In mu- "

:r Bowen has proven himself a great pound wood Immediately wltb your fist 650 head of cattle, 250 hogs,*..14 sic," said the artist '

diplomat., or you will become sick. ? horses and 100 bens The hogs are "Yes" answered.the manager. "Mu The Racket Store
.
To cut a baby's finger nails will de- Berkshires. sic certainly has the effect of stimulating ,
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millions form It It the child Is a month old It 7 ; lofty Ideals as to salary.."
: 'There are probably more will cause It to have fits. THE DEATH PENALTY. J. A. ERICKSOXVT Proprietor

aires in Florida today'' than inany K; To allow a thUd to look Into a mirror A little thing sometimes results in PUTS ANt\ END TO IT ALL.A ,

All sections, of, the before It Is a month old will cause it to death. Thus a mere scratch insignificant grievous wail oftime comes asa
I;. other, ,state.: "louch" have trouble In teething.A cuts or puny boils have paid the result of unbearable pain from overtaxed DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATSVjSOTIONS, KOVELTIES, JEWEL

\ state welcome them-and, child,will have n nature and dlapo* death penalty. It is wise to have organs. Dizziness Backache BY MUSlCAfc INSTRUMENTS' ,'VlTJSIO, ETC r, .r

.:, :them :when they can. It, ,ie ,cer- Itlon similar to those of the person who Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy. Liver complaint and Constipation.New Life Pill But Agent for I he SINGER, the beat Marhin }jn the wotld. AU iindi of "
Dr. King's
J. will thanks to
: difficult, thing ,for"?:_...mil- first takes It out of doors It's the best Salve on earth and it alt. Sewing' Mebtegtepai3ad aid jarts fniniHcd.,
,. ; .)taialy. a fatality when Burns. Sores, they put an end, to They arc
; iis prevent
owl bod .
luck. :
> ..,, tt.o tell just who}i, a "troej I To hear 2 screech, I cry turn thetdf" Ulcer,and Pile threaten. Only asf gentle but thorough.\ Try them. .Only Beet. end ch ip eGt HABK; (:t8 in Ibe'U" dl t'ir : ;. t U stM"'A
;. known who I To prevent fcaartBjf/It1 A and' G..,W. Fisher[aod.nIli 3 maid; '' at VW A14en's iS00T' rIND 880 i11R,, ,
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\ D Next Sunday, Feb. 22d, the services '.
Personal
1 Society .
g will be: 10 a. m., chlldrens' service ,
NEW SPRING GOODS o Church and Home and Sunday school; 11 a. m., choral :t

? 00000000000000000000000000Col.o 'service with sermon.St. "

In Ladies' Waists, Dressing Saques, Chil C. Gartman, after a pleasant Matthews' day, Feb. 24th; holy

dren's ;Ready Made: Dresses and week spent in DeLand, left on Mon communion at 10 a. m.; Rev. A. E.

day for St. Augustine/: where he will Johnson will\ officiate; Ash Wednesday r ;

THE NEWEST CREATIONS spend a month or more before return- Feb. 23th; services at 10 a. m. GOODS are constantly arriving r

Ing to his home In Indiana. 4 p. m.; Friday, prayers at 4 p. m. at BIGELOW'S.

IN MILLINERY Judge Charles R McCrory, from Mrs. W. K. Pendleton of Eustls was

i < oJ Ellavllle, Ga., has been the !guest of in DeLand Tuesday on business. NEW her.

his brother, Judge J. Lee McCrory, '
a' As for the.new Waist and Dress Goods, Icannot'do Miss Drew Fawcett, from Orange
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: ",. to their beauty so will for several days. On Monday he
justice of Miss Nelle
City, was the guest I
'.' II a., ask you to come and see "The Prettiest I joined a party of friends at New Austin Friday and Saturday of last ,, : means new Bargains *'
Things You Ever Saw" at Smyrna and spent a day or two hunt- week. GOODS
Ing and fishing. at BIGELOW'S.E .
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bond of Lake
F\tP McE IROY'S.: Attorney A. O. Hamlln and Mrs. Helen took in the Street C.trnlvallast

Hamlin, who spent several months Saturday, returning on Sunday.

lMsrom'im&mms' smm asK2M& Philadelphia and New York state, returned -

.. home on Friday. Doth are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Overbacker and d0tOa0t0Ktl0t i0FOloIOIC
t" looking unusually well. Mr. Ilamlin Master' Gilmore of Louisville, Ky.,
4 t ,V 14144 Q 4040QN a444IiNNti41N40Q Q Q has gained wonderfully, both in flesh arrive today. They will be the guests

I t and strength, and now weighs 160 of Mr. and Mrs II. B. Austin at "Jes-

r {LOCAL &*PERSONAL BRIEFS/ pounds. samine Cottage," Voorhis avenue. R

,, V I SAO/d/-D- ldwlD l/4Di0/m? 0 4D DDmD 0e 1'' The family of Mr. J. H. Kruse, the A party of ;young folk enjoyed a '' .

new engineer at the University, arrived dance at the Club House Thursday .:
at Allerib'. Phar Mrs. Sauls of Saulsvllle U I .
George X1L.
School supplies
t : the first of the week, and are night. If :: ;,;;
the home of her ;
ill at ,
''eo i lying very E tI ,
.I, macy. to bay- daughter, Mrs. R. C. Bushnell, North now located In the Hush house on I: Mr. and Mrs Goo wln and son, who
went over
., Mr. C. M. Kurtz Little are entertained Kruse to .
Mr.
_ catch for the Daytona Boulevard.. hopes Clara avenue. expects have been with Mrs. Patton, are '
tona Tuesday to
I
e- ball team In a game with the : of her recovery. purchase a home here just as soon as spending a few weeks nn the beach. PHOTOGRAPHS

Chicago Bloomer Girls.> I I The first circus to come to DeLand ne finds) a bargain. I I I .
and children of
Howard
Marsh Bros. for anything this year will be John H. Sparks', Mrs.: Harry
Call
1 ? wanted on from a well regulated market which will exhibit here next Satur Rev. D. D. Moore of Geneseo, N. Y., Daytona spent' Carnival Week with
; las arrived in DeLand to attend the her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs.

Marsh Bros. will be pleased to serve day.The John H. Sparks show comet neetinff/ of the trustees of the Uni- T. R. Webb. _
all their old customers and 100 new highly recommended for being I versity.Mr. Tlffan- ; I .v
, ; ones with. the nneat Beef, Pork, Veal, clean up.to-date show, allowing nc i I Mrs. entertained, with her
A Mutton, etc., in town. /gambling or games of chance aroum M. E. Golding of East Liverpool on and daughter, a party of young ,

+l '+t Allen's Minstrels didn't meet with the grounds. Will exhibit at UeLand, Ohio, is in town for the winter. 1 ople last Saturday night.A / E

much success in DeLand on Monday. Feb. 28.Sparks'. Mr. Guiding! spent some time In De- f
t' and the band I ball was given at the Corner Rich and Boulevard.
sk The tent was put up Show /gives a Grand, Golden Land last season He contemplates masquerade
"played on." Just as the crowd was and Glittering Street Parade at noon College Arms last Saturday ni.(ht.
following the band to the tent In the of open dens of wild animals, headedby buying property and building here. ,
I O4.O-i O i-O-l-O f-O.i.O.1'i+O.i.Od 03.0y
evening the storm came up and the our Challence Silver Cornet Band Mr. Charlie Anderson was shaking
tent was blown down. Fortunately ot Solo Musicians; don't miss it. It Mr. H. A. DeLand, the father of hands with friends Tuesday. y
thei e was no one In the tent at the alone is worth /going many miles to DeLand, arrived on Saturday, and I II

b time. The truck was loaded onto the see. Remember the day and date, will week or more here. Since I Messrs. Burrld, Ten Eyck and Boley Good
cars and. moved out of town at mid DeLand,Feb. 28. spend a I I Thjn rs
their
night. his arrival Mr: DeLand has been went to Daytona today on

t; i I iiiill has just received: 300 boxes of been During circulated the past: asking week a tbe petition trusteesto has warmly greeted by the hundreds of wheels.

delicately tinted Stationery made expressly else than Dr. old friends> who "went through the
::1 I t select some one I E. Church-On next Sundaythe
for-fals trade, worth 20 to 25c, First :M.
1 Forbes! as president of the University. fire" with him several year; ago.
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box. both morning
but hid price is only 15c per pastor will preach Break asf
had been
When seen last tbe paper
i ,: Mr. DeLand came to attend the an- for f ..
There were three applicants for the signed by only a'few of the old business the trustees of the and evening. Morning subject: 'The ,
scholarship in the military Institute men. The people who signed it nual meeting Power of an Endless: Life." Evening:
at Bartuw. Lee Causey ot :Seville evidently did so with the belief that University, which was held yesterday Service of Heroism." Visitors
"The
.' stood the best examination" and won this was tbe only way by which afternoon. I
the prize of a year'tuition and boardat Mr. Stetson could be induced to remain I and all others are cordially invited. Dinner and Supper
this school. in DeLand. The people who Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wishmanand Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Epworth

During the storm Monday night one signed the paper evidently did not friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Os- I League at 6:40 p. rn.

of the small shade trees in tront ol know that, If Dr. Forbes left, at least good, of Malden, Mass., residing on D at
the Baptist church was blown down. half the students at the school wouldbe During the h''me grove of the late Henry D. I Rev W. N.Chaudoin, the venerableold

in its taken out by their parents
tJ should be planted ,
and missionary
tree
Another Trask'of Mass had most Baptist minister t
raisedby Boston a
while the season for all the row, and the mess ,
a place at once, the schoolnas is in town to attend the meeting of
tree-planting {is here. Dr. Forbes' enemies, enjoyable trip up the Ocklawaha 7
I continued to grow, not a student river to Silver Spring on the Hya.p.o..o.o.o.o..o..oo- the trustees of the Unitveerbity.-Mr. ALGOTT'S.We
Business at the "Co8ptry Store" was taken away, and the attendanceis !
A than before in ---------- ----- .
last week was not very llourisblng larger today ever
number of ladies served refreshments the history of the Institution. This ..O.*..o+.'O.a.*.*.o.o.o.O..o..0
worked hard to help tbe firemen fact shows how much credence is .
Hi < and and the school fund.. About .$!tl5 war placed in tbe stories and "affidavits" DON'T BE DECEIVED) f01Cd0t0l0tOdpIC}I-O+O+O+O+O+O+OWe ti

netted over and above expcnbes. y tbe people throughout the state
'
the registration/ on Monday had gone
e v Died-On the evening .of Februar .0 410. One of the gentlemen who I Brag
14, Randall E. Morgan, in his JUU.I :Irculated the petition stated that he "All coons (don't) look alike to me, .
year. Mr. Morgan was tbe owner 01 ,ilrmly believed in the innocence of all
Neither
Cherokee Grove" on the Boulevard I Or. Forbes, but thought, in tbe interests you, or anyone else.; are
on our
half a mile north of the city limits. of the town and the institution, Florida meats tough; and if you will
... He was formerly sheriff of Camden that be should resign. No doubt a''
r county, N. J. His son is now state number of those who signed the paper only let us we i B R.U .
comptroller of New: Jersey. The body were influenced by the name be- ET
was inferred at his boynood home, WILL
AM)
CAN
Blackwoodtown, N. J., on the 18th. lief.We /give them all credit for doing WE T
I what they thought/ best, or at leastmoil
: Dr. Forbes' letter to Mrs. Stetson,
l'/ TU
expedient.
published in the Record of the 21st I CONVINCE YOU -

((Issued\ on the 19to), certainly does of t i/
affection The Grand Lodge/ Knights E X
I him honor. It proves his sincere I
with whom he P>thias, will meet in Jacksonville on sale full line
tor the man- the second Wednesday In March, the of this fact.V e have on a B R
the
has worked sixteen hard and Of faithfully course Ben: 11th. Myrtle Lodge of DeLand will of Fine, Juic'relltlel' Florida Meet:

had past> the consent years.of both parties, or he be represented by Knights Bert Fish Also a complete stock of Western MeatsE. __ I
would not have published this private and It. H. Boyd.
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letter. I L. :McBrlde:[: ''''
The ladies of the Presbyterian lltlItltI4 TCorn ''
er -a
The cuts attractive used in Grocerymen advts were Chrllt.tlancy' made- church will give a dime social at the I Manager. RYLAND & SPARKMAN SIS ,

specially for him from sketches by home of Mrs. Patton Thursday evening ....".....-. ---- -- -e-e-e -.- .- "o.-ooO..o---ooO.-o.-o.-oeO----- ,

Pro W. A. Sharp who is an. artist in February 26. There will be a of II''?O4<>!K>KX;X> O4.OdOF03.0.1.0./.O/ i PtOl41 Cfi l-0 FOI-G1i D 1.0
this line. short musical program, to be followedby clnth. Capt. John E. Harris of Chaudoin, while here, Is the guest

Vaudeville'Good crowds* given attended In Firemen's the "Star Hall a "bag clipping" and other amuse- St. Frances> is a most truly hospitablehost Chaplain and Mrs. W. II. Stewart, onMinnesota 1 A Great Opportunity

last week. The price of admission m-'nU. In the "bag clipping" a num. and bill steam launch is a cozy avenue.

we; only 10 cents, and not a great ber of bags, each containing an article little floating! house with every con Mr. Frank Pope, Jr., is up from to get aSewing ,
amount ol money was made-only $40- of more or less value, will be sus- venience housekeeping. The beauties Jacksonville to spend! presentation: ?

wnlcb tund. will The be show given was totne good/ public one.school[1. pended by strings from the wall. A of a trip In this manner far exceed day In DeLand and to visit a most esteemed Machine 'J
for &or 10 cents, of the larger steamers and
d was worth 25 cents admission Instead person will buy a bag .those friend.
of 10 cents. The cake walk and songsof cut it down, and not until then know the expense U no greater when In a ___ii''

the little children, the songs and what it contains.The party of six. Twenty persona can Hon. E. B. Solomon of Daytona, 0., Cheap) -'
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"clown work" of Mr. Ziegler and the ride comfortably for a day trip and one of the trustees> of the University\ \ ,
last scene, in which Mr. Slegler, Miss 1 W. C. T. U. will hold its annual
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bunk easily. week to attend the trus
several this
Mr. arrived
.-. ... McDonald, Mrs. Happersett and Ma'r'ha Washington reception at the can I
Pooser took part, were all good. tees' meeting and spend some time .. $35.00 Cash
home of Mrs. Patton on East Indiana C. F. Spaulding and others will\ planta with his family, who are at The Oaks. I
There will be a great game of ball avenue, Monday evening Feb. 23d, number of catalpa trees, believing I .'
I athletic field this afternoon, will buy a Late Style
at the thefaculty team" will cross from 7:30 to 10. Local members, visiting that they will in time prove a paying Baptist Church-Services as usual A'
when. x
bats with the regular University : members and friends-Including investment. The trees planted two at the Baptist church on Sunday; the I Drop-Head, Oak Walnut Finish

team. Prof. Hears, In the box, and the gentlomen-are cordially invitedto or three years ago by Mrs. Shimer pastor will preach both morning and i I

Prof. George R. McCllmant behind be present. are now from 5 to 10 feet high. They evening; B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:45: Domestic Sewing Machine.
the batteryfor
will constitute '
} the the bat, faculty team. Mr. Sears is Rev. L. D. Geiger and Rev. J. C. will make a beautiful sight when they p. m. Anthem and solo at each ser I

an been old a pitcher good usedtobeThe, and is said to other have Porter Baptist ministers are among in the town well-known this week. !get thirty or forty feet high./ vice. You are cordially invited. 2 J.J F.F ALLEN & GO I THE VOLUSIA FURNITURE HOUSEO"\\

p players on the faculty team are Mr. and Mrs. Halgh and Mrs. W. (). I Mrs. J. Clinton Reese and son, Pas- 2 Z.ti .
Messrs. C. B. Rosa, G. P. Carson, R. OLD SKTTLEKb1 ANNUAL! PICNIC.! Cannons have returned from a visit cial, of Birmingham, Ala? are guests O I-O+O o FO FPt4FOl{ +C l-O+04O+0+fO1i-O '- .
Johnson, J. Archy: Smith, R. :: >
'J.Prescott Macdougall, E. G. Baldwin and W. The annual meeting of the Old Set. to Daytona and Seabreeze, driving of Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Davis. Mrs. ------------------ ., --
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? A. \Sharp.! Dr. Farrlss will officiate tiers' Society will be held on Tuesday across county by team. Reese is a sister of Mrs. Davis.
The "fans" will root for 24th the home of Mr. DeLa.nd
as umpire. next, the at
y Jane and Hilda Mann
4 the faculty team-and the regular and Mrs. G. A. Dreka. It la hoped Mrs. Claude Fish and two babies arrived Misses Nellie,
+ team will be surprised. and chagrined first of the week from are among the attractive county ped'
if It is beaten. that Mr. DeLand will be present. Georgia, the, to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. F. agogues in town this week. The Misses Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works..


i}: '., Flsh 1>Mann Mann the are venerable daughters old of Mr.newspaperman. H. F. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. lr

Mn. E. H. Hudson left on Mondayfor They made a pleasant call at -Manufacturer of-

St. Augustine where she will I THE NEWS office yesterday afternoon. Lumber '
+;, When you want spend a month or more. Dressed & Rough : :

> -- St. Barnabas Guild met at the hospitable Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning Scroll Sawing.
Mrs. A. H.Woodall and little daughter home of Mrs. Montrevllle yesterday 1
afternoon. Mr*. E. T. Gross will furnish plans and specillcatlons and
from New York yesterdayand BUILDER
sailed CONTRACTOR &; estimates. Special machinery at mill for r,
Cigar will be the hostess next Thursday.
11f are expected home on Sunday.Mr. finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good: mechanics and guarantee -.

r and Mrs Woodall will occupy : Dr. Taylor the father of Citizen first-class work in every particular.

4i% ti; 11 4t! rooms in the Carroll ton and board) W. S. Taylor, is down from Kentuckyon __ ,
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that can u'itll their home is vacated. a visit to his handsome son and hs:
you gracious better-half. LUMRCOMPAN Y
POND *
Capt. j'amei C. Taylor and sister, Hon. D. U. Fletcher, mayor of ". ,

Mrs. S. S. Graham go down the East Jacksonville, is among! the prominent -.=::. = ,, t"-4-
ti Enjoyselect Coast on Saturday for a abort visit. people in town this week. =""'=' --- -

;; Before purchasing Lumber call at our Yards'at the Depot, DeLand in

Prices on all kinds of ,..,
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; '" *' ; .- one from Cabinets. 4 ; :!

h FOR Panels Photographs oa Malden in Covers.Board. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling *

A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards '
i 7 Splendid I Locket Pictures, Button*, and Easels. Mouldings; Turning, 'Il'e.J

% FUDGER Assortment YOU !. We StudJ,to Pleaie. ::
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THE OLD RELIABLEPOWDER News Items About j
: A..ovln<. Jodtln'. Advice *u* to the. I ItJ" g

of the Weed and Llq..r.. The Colored People !g -

Associate Justice John M. Itnrlan 0 .

whose completion of a quarter centuryof OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI

p4 service In the supreme court was recently St. Paul A. JI. E. Church, Yama : .

celebrated by a notable banquet see. Rev. G. A. Pindar, pastor. Ser
Washington, has for many years J

been tbe teacher of a Sunday, school vices on third Sundays; preaching S

DY.; class at the New York Avenue Presbyterian at 3 p. m., and 8:30: p. m. Gloomy thoughts become -

)'1. church says the New YorkPost's Bethel A. M. !:. Church. Sabatk habitual to the dys New \ : ..
@ correspondent. In this capacityIt peptic. He looks on the V '
& ''I I I4 fell to him not so very long ago to school 9 a. m., preching at 11 .a. ui.. : dark side of things and } ? '

GPD conduct the temperance lesson scheduled 3 p. m: find 7:30 p. tn ; Key- S. D. every mole hill.becomes a GEO. }
: In the International series. WIth mountain. His condition _____
Houston: pastor. affects his business judg oJ'
customary frankness, Mr. Harlan open-
he real Mt. Plesant A. M went and mars bis home Office i ;
ed his talk by saying that was Independent .
relations. A
4KUt ly embarrassed by the subject set'for Church. Sabath school 11 .
a. m.. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med "'
t the day's study and added that he felt
ical .
Discovery cures dyspepsia ,
himself to be not the kind of a personto preaching 3 p. In and 7:30: p. m.. and other diseases .

give young men the best Instruction Her. Wm. King, pastor.St. of the organs of digestion S

*: In matters of this kliul. Annie Primetiva Church. Sa and nutrition. It gives DR. ( at -. VJ V
lIe first addressed himself to tobacco buoyancy of mind as wellas I '

Absolutely Pure I saying that he supposed he must bath school 9 a. m., preaching 11 health of body because it'removes the A !

THERE NO SUBSTITUTE I have been using the article when he and 3 p. m., 7:30: p. m., Rev. S. F physicinl It enables cause the of mental perfect depression.digestion and .,

/ was ten years old, and perhaps earlier. Sams, pastor, assimilation of food, and the body is Pre
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"This Is what stunted my growth, he strengthened bv nutrition which is the
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remarked In a spirit of pleasantry fully Union Bnptis Church. Sabath only source of physical strength. ,

[J' Bow to Clean Lluht Kill Oluvc. appreciated by those who beheld his school 9, preaching 11 a. tn., 3 p. m "I wai, afflicted with what the doctors railed J \ TAX V

First.rub with of tartar leave strikingly large proportions. He went nervous indigestion. Took mediciue from my OF. "It
;
cream and 7:30 Rev. J. A. Davis write
to Tho
: p. m., family phyiticinii no avail Mr.
for an hour and tben rub with powdered on to say that It was a decidedly mean : G. Lever of Lever, Kicliland Co., S. C. "At A : ,. 'I
thing to attribute one's bad habits to pastor. night: would, have cold or hot feet and handsulternately. 'i'\W'..
t'' alum and fuller's earth mixed In I and Office ,,
equal proportions. Next day brush the practices or teachings of the community The winter is Nearly over and the Buffered .a great. wan ilral getting mentally. very thinking nervous that. 18; C. .V ,;.\4''
from which one came Instead death would tiuon claim. me. Alway expected: pur. J..J'fo.1
; I {them till the powder Is removed and Spring in comeing and we as a peoples aomelhiiiK unusual to take place; was irritable. A.II.! dated "' ss\
finish by: rubbing with dry oaluenl to of bearing the responsibility squarely.But .and impatient, .and greatly reduced in fleh. I I \ said V.',
,whlcb a little powdered whiting has If the truth be told, there was little Should make a new Start to do could scarcely cut any tiling I that would not pro appli .i '
; I duce a bad iu my stomach. After someheitotion .. .
been added, afterward wiping this. off.with reason why the Kpntuchy boy of a Something for our Selves by making I ie:5c: to try a few bottles, of Dr.Pierce' ,,,1- V : .
Golden Medical and Pellet.' Office'" W.
half century should not use Discovery ..
a dry: cloth. ago After several! bottles of found X O ; '
taking each wasimproving.
and
and farms
co; all the men did and some Reddy our garden continued for six mouths or more S :: : H of V

.t' ; How to Bleep Comfortably. women. Tho teachers In the 8 tObac-1: I Planting Seeds to have a plenty to off 1 ad oo. : have to be careful yet. at time, of i ]; ; "" ."".
I f what I eat in ordyr that I may feel good and : of V
t &1. A. Faret" a French scientist bill did not discourage tobacco, as Live on in the Smer that will Pay strong. I fully believe if any one, suffering with DR. ", name V \
'' tice remembers und he was not sure lI""lIoII,, or torpid I liver or chronic", cold would Hball "V .
undertaken to teach us how to sleep, .. .
take Dr. Pierce'* Uoldcn and V V:
: ; ays the New York: American. lIe bus but that they ptwltlvely encouraged Its I MS a great deal better than to took *Pleasant; I'ellet I *' and observe C:1f: Discovery simple hygienic I l ", "" : "' A D.'K., V V
", rule they would soon be greatly benefited. ,
_ "t xperimented scientifically: In the arttot use. mr white man as we have ben heretofore and with a little pereverauce. would be Office this ;.\;.,..
( sleeping comfortably.; As a result AVheu his own sons were growing up and that take our Idles entirely cured.'* | | "')
up .. .
; ili. advises the abolition of the pillow he decided to break off the tobacco habit Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr. I ( .
J
times and keep: Some of our Boys Fla l I
successful but '.
and for a time was Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
4'b- ,*S nd the bolster. The only natural position .' ..'II.

: for one to assume while Bleeping I the attempted change In practices of so off of our Streets for our Sldder- -- -- - -- V ; : ;

1* the horizontal. First one must get long standing wade him very nervous cines are getting Very tlard of looking A Will TAX ,
his 1.1.1 ) 5 ,
,t sJ :.vaed to sleeping without a bolster The and led finally to his abandoning "I much admire men's. honesty" Iii
the class of that : !!
reform plan. His boys seemed to decide at Poples are
,,110x1 step, he says, is to remove the pillow The roGue (exclaimed with cynic (lee.
c P'1&. not to use tobacco Independent of So streets at time "If nil folk were aa bud as Bnd-
for not until then will the circu- numers on our me. .. ..... S
-- What there would be!" 1
but competition
\ :latlon of the blood be as free as it parental example, guided perhapsby that might be Raising corn B day
parental precept, and so ns a father peas po. -Brooklyn Eagle. l In .
:; ,sihould be. In further explanation be he accomplished what he really bad In tatoes mellons and other thing that .- .. tux ,'
V
that the and bolster Said
'1IIl7' pillow keep'the
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'' head and neck at an abnormal anCle view. will be a great Deal of Help to our TO CUItK A tOLD: IN ONE DAY '
the of alcoholics Justice IIar Take Laxative &, V
In use Bromo Quinine Tab-
v and that consequently the sleeper's Ian commended "temperance" In distinction families that will Save time truble lets. All druggist/,! refund the money : "' \ 18 V S, V;
,i ,entire body remains during the night
from total abstinence. For & money now it is heigh time that If it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's : V'.!jI'r
So an uncomfortable position, and one '' .. of
Is each box. 25c.
4 those persons who tied drink a sourceof should show to the whites signature on J ", name V :..
,!Which Impedes the free course of the we peo- --- .
weakness or danger lie would urge shall V ." .:
.Wood through the vessels and organs. that are industris & are Ancient urine Chart. : will' /
ples we !
but held that this ;
I total abstinence, wasa A. D. r:.;.i

:, k how to Car Catarrh. matter for which each should be his going to make a Surpote & are not Few relics of antiquity' are so curiously ; : this I;
the charts ; "
interesting as employed "
Salt will cure catarrh If used porIsteotly. own judge. lIe quoted n number of ghing to keep company with the tI"", ( I +
by ancient mariners, which have ? '
from the Bible In commendation [ .
z. Make a solution as sl1'c>ng passages for that will leads ortrayed them ever so ex- I ; Flu. ,.',
; Nighttengale us upon many
of the use of spirits in various occasions V
.. :. .a can be easily borne and suutTIt up
.* Into one nostril at a time, retaining It of life and expressed the opinion into Bali llabbits & give the offi- raordlnnry terrific monsters!!), horrible dragonsand 'l'\'X t'
giants scattered here and
:there a second or two. It should be that the philosophic basis for these ceer a job then we all will be in no there. : :! OF y.
maxIms still remained sound. ,.. '.
used three times and the --
water -
a day, -- : 'I
must be slightly. warmed.I worng & no one to Pay the Bill So SUICIDE PREVENTED.The ",

t I 'C. NEW BLOOD POISON CURE. why not let us come to gather & startling Announcement that a : M. .- V' ,11
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;i END OF BITTER;: FIGHT. have a Reglar Plantation & farm In I preventive of suicide had been discov. I : )\\jJ"(). V ,
Washington Doctor Find. Serum ered will interest A down ; ; ba*
"Two physicians had a long and stubborn Which lie Cia..... Kills tb. Germ. volusha county & keep out mr white system, or despondency many. invariably run A.H.God.frerHoue,4 In ICO- .,. a
pre- .
; fight with an abcess on my right "' "' '" .. ..
Following quickly uu Dr. Charles A. mans way for that leads to De- cede suicide and something has been 1 tu 4
lung" writes J. F. Hughes of DuPont
.
Barrows' cure of a cane of blood poisonIng found that will prevent that condition '
Ga. "and strucktion.if i .
me Everybody '
gave up.
the of the which makes suicide At "
conies news discovery likely. the
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l of .
thought time had As last '' ''
; come.
_ 'It h I my a of a scrum by Dr. Charles S. White of we as a peoples would only first thought of self destruction take Taze I ", name'"
., resort tried Dr. King's New Discovery .
shall
p. for Consumption. The benefit I Washington which, be says is almosta leave off some other thing that we Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic I I "" ", will .1
especially in conjunctionwith and( nervine will strengthen the nerves ,
4-. received striking and I sure cure, I I "'
was : old
the
was on my are earring on & try precept and build up the system. It's also l
feet in a few days. Now I've entirely Dr. Bnrrows' discovery of-forma.Un. a : Ibis

'-, :j. regained my health." It conquers all Blood poisoning la caused by bacilli of our fore fathers we may great lator. Stomach.Only Liver Satisfaction and Kidney resru- Tj ... .....

Coughs, Colds and Throat and Lung named streptococci, from the prove to be more usefull to on Land teed byV.. A.Soc.Allen and G. W.guaran-Fisher :' : Fla., ..
troubles. Guaranteed by W. A. Allen Greek, because under the microscope
& country this is only a hint to our (Iruggists.How! .
; and G. W. Fisher, druggists. Price soc the bacilli look like a chain linked to .

k : and $1.00. Trial bottles free. gether.Dr. So call Leaders & in the nex weeks I V
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to Keep Milk Sweet.A \ ,
SSLargr
I White has cured a woman of the Ballance
will here the
Paper so
'I you tiny pinch of cuibouute of soda or .
New York ,
I Quantities). disease, says the Evening "
let us come together & do something nit put Into the milk as soon as It arrives :
kftsa Gabble-And she accused me of Journal. lIe says she was sinking fast [

.. retailing gossip about the neighborhood. when be was called. Her pulse was for qur selves now friends they will help to prevent It from turn- I )

120 and her temperature 104. Her Ing,; SOUl'. and If It seems Inclined to THE [ no- :
the
about
have ben runny inquires urn and Is slowly boated to nearly Wen
I,, Miss Sharpe-The ideal blood showed the presence of countless ", ., de-
gf Miss Gabble-Positively Insulting streptococci. Dr. White ordered three collord collim so now it is open for tolling point and a pinch of carbonateof V
,, soda then gtlrrvd In, the sourness "' 80 E,
t1 Isn't she? __ doses of nutlstreptococcl to be given you & we shultl take the paper & Now '" of -. .
vlll disappear. Some people also add a V
s Miss jUuHTpeXes, for you're really uuler. one at 4 p. m., tile second at 10 p. m. pay for it an show to the Editor tiny pinch ot SUltnr. piled : 000.I. -, -I. V

Philadelphia Press. and the third at 7 a. m. next morning. that you arpresherate such favor for
it was not necessary to give the third l ,
S. this is an opportunity for us to get How to Do I'p Nni>kln*. judtf.
t dose. At the time it was due the patient .
I before the & and will The French of V
.4 CANCER CURED. "was enjoying her first refresh publick you way doing up napkinsand .

r Mi'w. W. Prickett, Smithfield, III., ing sleep for several days. Next daybel' please to see the Editor once a week other table! linen Is much nicer [:,! V 50

,;:: writes; Sept., 10, jooi : "I had been suffering pulse was 84 to the minute, temperature & give him the News. ban ordinary stal'chlllg."ash In the \ V
imml way, rlnsff and .blue! nnd then k .
': several years with a cancer on 100.0 degrees. Next day pulse Rev. "Win. King.STAMFORD'S ,

jny face, which gave me great annoy 80, temperature 08.8 degrees, and subsequently - while very wet Iron with a very hot "

ance and. unbearable-pitching. I was her temperature never exceeded Iron, first on the wrong side to throw up

? uscing Ballard's Snow Liniment for a 90.! In a month she was well. CAT HOAX. the ]pattern and then on the right side ", ; ", ". V

: sore leg and through an accident, I tC o polish. The lined should be perfecty III to $ .. for
Only ('II ndyo Mice to lie Devoured al hotel;
rubbed some of the liniment on the FLOWERS OUT OF SEASON.New Mouxo. Oetltl,,<< Content. dry when tlllIIl Cel. Ily the woy, the -la <_ .
cancer, and as it gave me almost instant wet parts, .. of old tablecloths, It ''t
Stamford, C'oiui., luukes Its bow to -
relief, I decided to continue to leuinicd, make excellent polishers for .s :
&& Process", Make) Thooe Which the army of press agents the countryover ,
/ use the liniment on the cancer. In a Fall. silver and pin te. '
short time the Dlooui Iu SprIng: Blonsom In arid points to the famous "mouse .
cancer came out, my .
face healed up and there is not the The London Times publishes an account killing Held trials" as u standard for : ::, "i. V ,; .

from a correspondent of the their emulation, says the PhiladelphiaPress. : ., 1, '
slightest scar left. I have implicit faith ($ '.';::'
in the merits of this preparation, and it "etherization" of plants, a new process I. 11.150 ; : I ", day I it' "- .f-'

cannot be too highly recommended." whereby plants naturally flowering In That In all the episode amounts to-a ", .. l 1

t" aac, soc, and $1.00. For sale by all drug the spring are made to produce blossoms press agent plot pure, but not simple, This Laxative signature Bromo-Quinine i I. on every box: of the T.weu genuine I I ; {, I .II of. !II( '_
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the
autumn.
:gists.. a. during previous in which on imaginative young man, {! .
'h. remedy that. vnrrm a eoM !. ._ day
\ S. The process Is simple. The plants aided and abetted by a group of clever -- } : : :: MiD i3
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S f ill. Occupation. are stored In a small galvanized tank. womttn: hoaxed the country for a week, I I' : ..dlt.-: In ZJ1'

> Then ether la poured Into a small cup caused endless perturbation to societies One Cent Word a i '" ,
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"What have
you ever done for your fixed to the top of the tank, whence and Individuals, even started the ." V

g !country? asked the Indignant citizen. after the tank bus been securely fastened wheels of Justice revolving and Iticl- I .
'"Never started to count up," nnrwered : ,
the ether Is allowed to
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: evaporate dent\IIy obtained column upon column Advi-rtlHi-inents '
the "Too of ten word or more under ", *. \
politician.
practical for a period of forty-eight hours. DurIng of advertising for the poultry and this hi'iiil Inwrte.l for ONE CENT A WORD week.
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busy: finding out what niy counUy can this time the plants shed their cat show which recently opened tBtamford. unflh, In ,,udvuni'i', PHt'li.lnncrtlori. No adver V
U emeullllw"t'l'tl'cl1'or less than 10 cents. -
,, ..... If, 40'tot. me.-Wash1JJgton Star. leaves and may be described as beingIn : S
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i' .i-( a state of Intoxication. The only cat ever designed to appear FOR RENT. !!: ) : .\ ;-

: ,,! "" ...luted at th. Altar. After this period the plants are exposed the It J :
: q\\ > "',jL %. at field trial, Is now known Is an 1 HKNT-Cottn e on Minnesota avenue,
': 1"- Tea-She' traveling under an assumed to the air for another period of automatic affair bought at a toy store. C. Cotlrlnirtnn.near the University. Inquire of.. Mrs.- F. : -

1't' >$(( Dame now. forty-eight hours. This In turn is followed The only mice are of chocolate, manu ... uS

.1: 1. Jess-You don't lay I What is it? by a second period of etheriza factured by a New York confectioner. .r;oon HKNT-Cottniroon Boulevard north of Rates ) has..
l'nt\'e..lly.llnfurnlllb"'d."' Apply to O. O. 3 3v
4 '* I P Teis-Her husband's. She was mar- tion, after which the plants are removed That the scheme was successful was CodrliiKton." "' .

:\\I; fried e.terday.-Exchange. to an ordinary forcing house evidenced from the outset. Less than a Voi the
;;t FO"'SALE.FOlt "' .
,.1 : and within two or three weeks begin to day later John P.' Ilalnes of NeW' York,

.4.. .' &I Per/ IB. Good of the Service. flower freely. president of tbe Society For the Pre- fALE-OnH' Hand store Typpwrltttr PoLand! on Fla.FOIl .Cornet. at ::: : : : ':: :City of V
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'. Clara: He gave me an army and vention of Cruelty to Animals, wrote 1 .
., A Monster PI.. I'ua ALE-llx-rnom house, barn ", '.
Mrs. Homer Jrnod V
,f,: ary: !kiss. Cummings a letter, and will
Istable.
for
c mother made bay mow. shod toolo; dye
'. k Hand-What kind Is that? Nobody's ever a pie ,newspapers, both local and at a distance sore. 1 laud: uood well' fruit ,
like that served to the guests of a pie tr'eH, oCIrn.tro: SM) ob. }erfeoI
: I sra-Ohrapid fire! Sixty a mln- ,begun to attack: tile proposed trial rrap. this V 8
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.tt tsI-SmartSet. baking company at a ball In Saenger- editorially. The Connecticut society Immediately title Inquire 0' C. M. 01' IIlr. I. J. Brob.w.e *
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_3;,'1r; i<: v*? mfj'WEAK bund ball Brooklyn the other night, held a meeting and appointed SALE-A rant. stylish driving and sad- : *
: New York Herald. It horse; perfectly gentle for lady; not
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LOW-SP1RITE0. ;
committees to the law
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: see was afraid of care; 8 years old. ; Al family bone. : 1
I the largest pie of which the world has not violated. Ministers from the pulpit U. D. Jackson, DeLaud. l-S3-tf .....

:JA.: Correspondent: Thus Describes Hi any record. It weighed 110 pounds. In donounced It.as. an outrage. The Rev. -r-

:: : Ijj .l; Experience. It were 200 eggs, 15 pounds of cocoanut De Loss Love, head of the Connecticut 5'I lASh i Inquire REGISTER News Office., Ideal, new forsaleobeap.tf .

;' f: UI,call strongly recommend Herbine ,- 0 pounds of mincemeat, 6 pounds Humane society announced that he s !

p ":;': ..tai a: medicine! of remarkable 'efficacy of cranberries, 12 pounds of lemons, 6 would leave no stone unturned to pre REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. VV

I; t"" ,. .. indigestion{ loss of appetite, .'> sour pound of pineapple 6 pounds of vent the sanguinary carnival. Mayor > ;

: !,"( ..v taste in the 'mouth palpitation, head-, plums, 6 pound of peaches, 60 poundsof Leeds took up the cudgels and declared H OUIIE! FOIl; hot SALE and-cold Ten water rooms;,large near yard University -; : lV.i:;:

: ,7'.ache. drowsiness after meals with dis- sugar 'and enough other good* thingsto he would see that It was stopped. The pinery Just coming Into bearing, etc.. W. II. V V
I :j) 'pressing mental depressions and low fill a barrel. It required half a ton W. C. T. U. Interfered "of course. Mowers.UOK ntt, A\ea '

i', _' *pint Herbine" must be a'unique' bake this pie and ten men '
;? of coal to. 'Fuel was added to the flames : SALE-Ten room bonce | nV S t'C'_ V
\r ', preparation cases! such as mine for were employed fifteen hoar In making dally I?: house |700; 6 room bou", $1100; S acre of V V S
; : by Frank Abbott secretary of the poultry peach orchard, tIAU; unlmnroTtxl land, |LX6 V
'j' few dose :entirely- removed my "complsjntfViJlwondeit It.A special steel plate bad to bet cast show. He announced the other to $:20anaore.. A. H HUTCUUiBOJIll; Real [ \ -

.J;:' 't ; at people going on to bake It In.It was a combination of that he had been day Estate Agent, DeLaod. .1. '!*
promised 2,000 mice
i*rufjtring' spending. their"i' money*on' kind of pie and constituted I '
all the known : for the contest. He spoke truthfully. JOB BALE-15 nore.-lan<1, 5 oleared and { : r.V.
Herbine is
things when pro'Wciiirabl. ;
sy1worthlesa
the entire midnight feast for ev- : They ordered JP: fenoedt good oon<}Ulon forcuUIvstloa{
were of
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