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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 27, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOLNO.9., DE LAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY!> JHmAnY 1 : :n, HI3--n)( 1 : Dy....... ,;:-.: "...::.a

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Presentation Day g City Council 0 Old Settlers'] |

at the University | | in Special Session 0 o o Annual :Meet;\ ins. :. S jfj: Would you miss a Good \.. i to The man is rarely found

; 00000000000000000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 00000000000000000000000000M jf i Cup of Coffee within your ; if I .... : who i is not fond of a Good

it much 2AY 2 '. 5 of Coffee.
Council met In special session 1[to and Mrs O. A. Dreka's hospitable Cup
exercises the '
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r PRESENTATION attended by prob CITY< night.. Present>: Councilmen home In the Carrollton ............................"........................................!! j II......................................................................._...

ably the largest crowd in the history Mclilroy: Powe, Wilson and hotel was the scene of the annual \

f + of the institution. The faculty concert Woodall. meeting of the Old Settlei Society a a'h.,11 i l B Kit AGE (t :' MAN

Thursday evening was well at Bills ..>were audited and warrants on Tuesday. About 50 of thoHc who \ f ,
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tended and every number heartily drawn in payment: thereof as follows: came to DeLand prior to 1'l'tl! l were t '''\:,.,:- -
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roll . . .. .. . .$ 1U5 00 those for I.I 'f \ --=- 1''
'v 1 encored. The performers were Uob- Pay present. Among present h.l.'I I his :' !h JI .:.c ing to ask him for a new 'K.
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: ( ert L. Schofield, director of ti school Electric Light Co . .. . 104 17 the first time In many years were Mr. ._. S : ,IL'l

" r of music; Miss Katherine AV'Craw- J. II. Hibbard . ... . 1000 DeLand, life president", of the society,, :?\ I I 'I ," _:" .
y "" ford teacher of vocal music, and Miss>: W. B. Fudger . . .. .. 11 10 who left DeLand In li'JS, and has>: "since *J\T\ !1/onnet.:_-The _t manvlio:! __ _can \' l3J !A ,,.. 1 refuse a loving wife anythinglicious

Florence M. Galpin, teacher of elocu Special police . . . 19 00 taken up his residence In K.ilrport, kS I""' .. ...,,-=-""- r

VV. C. Cannons> . . . 20 75 N. Y.; Dr. D. D. Moore and wife of -| j jut. t. idjler__|p>:'ii'takinjf_!_ .! i _<,fa_ cleT !i ; Illi Cup of Coffee is. in

.' tion.The buildings of the University were IE. D. McLeod freight. . 8 40 Geneva, N. Y.; and Kev. A. I K.: I>ick- 1/q/I t'-t'l l )' / IWP

open for Inspection Friday morning O. Ii'. Zurn Co .. . . .. 91H inson and wife of Richmond, V.i. *i-.,| .her. estimation. a brute.V' {WI, / .:. :. {1''
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from 0 to 10:30: o'clock, and a large J. G. Christopher . . 13 00 The annual feast was held at commodious ----- ---"--- l :!," \11 n

3' number of people availed themselves>: ltubberltlechanicalCo . 1535: :> tables: Bet In regal >style: and $ 1 11b ,; .

A of the opportunity to look over tbU>: Garback tracking/ Co . . 29 49 laden with the /goodies which only the sag; 1
t C splendid Institution. The vi"ltor"w..rl: G. A. Dreko. & Co . . 34 46Con better-halves! of the old settlers>: ( and WIO l HAVE A I 4 :J.p BONNET COAXER;

loud In their praises>: and especially so O'Neill .. '. . . 3000VV. the members of the University cooking e ,

in the case>: of the new science hall recently D. Haynes . . . . 00 / school) know how to prepare. *,' r

completed.At Bond Lumber Co . . :. 102 Ajter the feast>: the guests>: were entertained ftp That is:\ !simply irrc i lahle-.A sample frce."e don't know why you delay giving

M. A. Drigners/ . . . 15 ;ot with sweet music by tit ".\ M 4
10:30 o'clock
: took the presentationexercises in the G. F.. Berry . . . . 3 2o: College Arms Orchestra, with a reel- 'j\ our Coffee a trial.Ve have !several" rilllcs-\'ilrylOg' ilto:\ price, but quality) is
proper place '
4 auditorium, and when the overture Watts k Miller . .. . 11 21 tat, ion by Miss>: Fannie Allen and oni: >f'\ paramount in all our 1)lentl.Ve:\ stiit'your! palate and your poc1: tboo 1{. .:''F..

tendered by four pianos began the Geo. II. Craft. . . .. . 3H 30 from little Virginia: Johnston. '"

house full. C. E. Diane .. . . . 75 42 At the business>: >: meeting! A. (Dieka I .
>: was literally -5

After the opening exercises, Dr. UEPOHTS OP) OKFICUtS.) was mtetlng111", elected vice-president.be held>: at the The howe next of "frinrl\ 1 J I.1 J\ I' I \r (..i LWHITE"urzF'nONTJ T l J I 1\\ Ii1''' l1 lI It. () C II: )\.I.,r '

Forbes introduced President E. Y. The city engineer( reported water
Mulllnu of the Southern Baptist Theological turned: on at U j points; turned oil at 15 Mr. and Mrs. C. O. C'odrlnglon. The l""T

1 : Seminary, who was the speaker points>: ; wood consumed>: during the meetings> will hereafter lie held on ( .,"")- ... .. .. .. _, J1t
Washington's. birthday. :'1 ... '.:, ...:. '.. :..., '..$'. ... _
er of day. month, 24 cords> ; average daily consumption '{ :: ,: .l, ( v.: ': L';.Q4'-u:5. $ .e
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talk. made : ,. "' -- '- \"'- -l...: "" ..: -: ...t
N Dr. Mulling took for his subject, of water, 72,000 gallons.>: Interesting: >: wire hyIJ' .
vl )DeLand Rev. Moore and :Mr. hunts -- -
+ "The Ideals of Greek and Christian The clerk reported the collection ol 1. -
that tht The old settlers are gradually drop oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 'I!< 0-
Education and it in
to say was a $477.37 water rents during j
splendid address would putting\ it uionthof January-the largest amount ping out one by one. During the past g 1tiPk.ltlill :Sijiiihs g go ,
Col. T. J li.; C. and Mrs.1 J.
DeLand
year Brlnley ; Real Estate Office.
r mildly. It was a masterly effort of a ever collected In one month. 1 From 1()I1111I1'I'o0000000000000000000000000% I
who' I .1. Banta have \passed to the great!: l It"-
,, student and thinker, and those>: The treasurer reported the following
.3 had the good fortune to hear him will balances on hand February 1: yond. It is a notable: fact that nearly -

all time of . . .$ 20.100 all of those who came to DeLand" prior, Rounder Is
carry with them for some General revenue ( ( :Ml', piople think : a
the grand thoughts expressed. Fire and water. . . . 229 57 to 1831! are here yet, and will probably SO la.Ihilt: he ain't I lie! has beena i :Houses For Reiit:

/" Alter the rendition by Messrs. Ben Bond interest . . .. 35737:> spend the rest of their days>: bore; : man ever since he was a buy. lie

edict, Brown and Scholleld upon vio Street and sanitary . . 320 13 thousands of others have come and was never even a Jill.(! S?! City Lots Residences

linpiano and organ respectively, Rev. Waterworks. . .. . . 541 OS gone, but the old settlers continue: to .* -fVasitonrmvn ,
first __ I hold the fort. They; have good ""taj- ) I and
W. A. Hobson>: pastor of the \ I'hfirlle: Dougherty i Unimproved Property

Baptist church of Jacksonville, was Total cash on hand . .$1,721 84 I' I Ing qualities.- -"- --_.. ... .-- who walil"Tin, : average!: b'lnrida politician __
introduced and he in few well The marshal the collection tines nut waul much does not
s a reported :
AN .\ I'I'II'I.'I'IUI'II1I': : : :: fI:
chosen words>: presented to the Board of $09.75\ In lines and sanitary fees. -- rciiiie! miii.h. I Lot, the moment anyone I Property o of Noa-R8S1d8lltS! Cared For and a Taxes Paid.

;>} of Trustees>: on behalf of a friend ol MISCEkLANKOt'S: BUslNKSS. 1tnc"'d" the Ballad Pourerul. / the else /getsKinrthing: even: if he ._ _

.' the University, the keys to Science communication was received from Auditorium! Saturday \I iarl.A ilnosn't \\anlil. his ire rises| : to fever f4
Hall. he-it. How tPOe that is. And with 9 Land. -old for Taxes: redeemed.
Mrs. E. O. Painter of the Ladles', Improvement large audience attended. the Il.il-! : : .4
what It (Its into the ruts of
In the absence of Governor Jennings Society, requesting that lad Concert given at the auditorium aptness I J. R. \lTetherellJb..l1'act
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of I li'L.'imllte!
thetvrr.agc:
who was to have made the oak trees>: be planted 011 each side ofCltra Saturday night, under the au-pkl'K of \ <

,.,,,4 speech of acceptance, but was detained avenue, north, to the city limits. the Stetson (Juartet t1'. t.t t Oillcc, between Post Office and Bank. !!r

,1 f' by pressure of state alTairs.brou'jbt No action was taken, the council The program consisted of an overture I Kimniler hears :good. story about a &:K> certain I IIl.'IalHI> I who. went
man
about by the approachingsession being of opinion that this should by a stringed orchestra which : young
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his best girl aluiiit a mile from - ---
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>: of the Legislature, Mayor D. be done by the property owners.A > rendered beautiful music. "Dixie"by are l '

U. Fletcher of Jacksonville>: arose to communication was read from"elty this orchestra "brought down the town Monday evening last. Thatwas 0.0.0.-oo.*.*.0.0- -o.o-.a-0..0.0.-o.o.0.o.0--o--o-o-o awwp
the keys. The great audience the daleofthebigraln: Itraiiud
F accept treasurer>: with reference to house.!:
a gave him an ovation, and in his ringIng :- t1!!' books> of the city, and was referred Stetson Quartette sang! "When the all morning, all afternoon and all Finest
he proved that he was night./: Ikil! this certain y"unlIIan/: Razors and
speech
F to the Finance Committee, Corn Waving" and was encored | Selection
I lir.ivi'il the elements and went to seethe "
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d of the and confidence
. s worthy respect>: with power to act. three times.

.r: of all who have the upbuilding of this The street Committee was author- Miss> Crawford sang/ in most>: pleasing > ;young; lady whom he hopes, HOOP, :b l Ever Displayedin .
;Mrs ,11Vhen) the Pocket Knives -
address
as
grand: University at htar! ,. When in iced i to expend not to exceed $50;; in manner, "Annie L.uirle" and to |
clock struck In, as I Is his custom, the
the course>: of his remarks he stated planting shade, and ornamental treesin 'Ben Bolt," her sopranouice tilling Volusia County
I that the University was bound to grow the city park., the large room well. J.IIUII111:1111'0"1/: : :' to (jo. I Uiil": the young I
(l.iilj inv ili d him to tttay all uightand/! 1 Enamelware
III and prosperity>: would be largely due The mayor was Instructed>: to pay Miss Nellie Fletcher read' a Scotch
to the Indefatigable efforts of its honored over to the Society for the Prevention ballad, and was! encored Her: leiulitlon excncd. herself while "she vvjnt: to pi e-

president>: the applause was of Cruelty to Animals one-half of of "On the road to ;Maml.il.ij": h.Oethc''spa'enuum.. She wa !gone: : atMGDONAL0'
.
Tinware
her
time.Vh.it was "urprlsr.when '
nearly ifeafeniug: a great demonstration all tines collected from offenders was good, but the most pleasing of all SOUK- 's -
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lied her -t
-'ho I teturnct, to /gin!
: being made in the gallery, which brought before his honor by this >::10- was the recital of the country school '
:' was mostly occupied: by students. ciety.An. scene. The charming little lady took dripping| /: wish r.iln. "Why1 "she cxelainrt -
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'tIIP been- I Cook StOVeS
d, "wh .ie have you ;
! After Mayor Fletcher's remarks a ordinance was passed amendingthe the audience by storm, and they would and
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)h, replied -- ju-t tail uometo
chorus of ladles rendered. a beautiful ordinance: relative to the collec- have kept her for an hour or two if "

;, selection, and this was followed by tion of dog tax licenses.. the had not positively>: refused to ap get/ my paj.iin.is.. .t 1 3 Heaters d '

r the annual statement of President>: pear again. STORE
A lady from !Ho-ton. who had: neverbeen
NEW SMYRNA.
Forbes. Doctor Forbes showed in his Mrs Farrlss>: played: "Bonnie Doon"and to the country betonwas ,..

'r: statement that the institution>: was in Item from Tile Bret z... "Bonnie Dundee," and Mr. Cairns spending; the winter in lelmil. She o {t'

a highly satisfactory condition, !financially Frank Smith of New York, cousinof >: sang "The Heart Bowed, Down" In and her husband: had been aruutnl air
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he could with confidence voice. scugtine: i /: sights ..luongthestrangethings !
and that his rich baritone
-. our efficient: tax collector, D. Perkins f-ei'ii were fiicuuitiurf In :,Stet j jIIII'H
/:
: say that the growing needs>: of for visit Mr. Wllmshurst>: sang "My; Pretty returned
Smith, came Tuesday>: a >: hot house. The lady I r rl
'w .1' the University would be met. Amongthe with his cousin. Jane," and. was>: encored to bur hotel, and OIL noon surprised. I,

larger gifts during the ;year maybe Dr. Bouchelle has shipped over two Mr. Sharp and ;Miss Crawford sang the other lioaiilers: by announcing;
that she hat Ins the first time, set: 'n n PLAYING WITH FIRE
mentioned an engine and dynamo, hundred crates of lettuce from his "What are the'L1 Waves>: Saying: vines
pickles "growing:
valued at $3OO; from John B. Stetson>: truck farm at Oak Hill. lIe has a which was well received. (" UllUNDFlt.t I'.ml.i ni;;era Imtli the home and per l

and a gift of $;;,000 from a friend, to number of crates to ship yet. The program was concluded wllh a -. .- son, line in.ly meet will) a serious r '.. ,)1 wy

meet any possible deficit that may Parties from the Ocean House have song from the Stetson Quartette} \\t li: MII: :n 'iiir.Ml.i.,. at'cliletit while escaping from, or ( ( ..
attrni: >tln<,' to save BoniLthing' In (
} occur at the end of the year. been very successful>: >: on their quail "Annie Laurie," arranged/ by Huck. .. -- a biiriiiiiji| house 1 i.

?: The faculty is larger more efficient hunts this week, finding them plentiful It was" one of the most>: appreciative Hat :Si'iisiitliiiml; reopbnnil. NIM" \I"IHI-| Why not be safe from pecuniary l'I s

and better paid than ever before, the killing all the law allows, when audiences ever seen in DeLand. pens \\111111') (' i' '1'14'11I111" loss. hi either case? Carry v 1p !

student body is larger: than ever before they desire to do so. The proceeds were for the benefit '1'1.'s. : most heartily Indorsesthe FIRE AND ACCIDENT -

,. and as the needs of the University Mr. and Mrs. Washington E. Con of the Athletic Association.! followInjf/ editorial, taken from
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Increase so, also, does the number nor, Mr. Wayne E. Connor and Miss -- that estimable paper: the i'eiisacola IflSUIfAJ/CE/

of friends Increase. Louise Simmons arrived from New PORT 0lj4NOEBpeolel Daily News: .
and the loss will fall those
After Doctor Forbes had finished, York last Friday for their usual visit>: CoireBpomlonce. Some people are never so happy of as best ,ibli tr !pay It. The upon Compa
and the Doxology at Ronnoc Grove, Mr. Karl Morba, when ensured( In the vilification nieswetepresentsettle all claims ,
the audience arose sang Port orange, February 23.-The some one. Wo have them in almost>: 4
with ferver. that was trulythrilling. Wayne's Instructor accompanied Grace church fair was grand/ success every community and they; most /generally promptly! and are very liberal In them. The many friends of this estimable belong\ to the lower ranks ofsociety. their tre.itnict, of )policy holders.:
for our little village; the receipts
welcome them to New They are possessed with a SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand Fla.
of ball the family
The game on program amounted to 12830. They had the strong/ desire to. talk and to have IL--
for the afternoon, between the Faculty Smyrna. hall open two evenings, the first>: evenIng teners, but. lacking/ HUtticlcnt knowledge -
s and the Varsity, was rendered Impossible they entertained with music>: and to be. able to discuss any subject
In the of the meeting of the .. .. -
storm. report Intelligently, they launch Into abuse
,i' owing to the continued the second evening was given up to : ----- ----- ----
Board of Trustees, In last week's of persons. and that most frequently I
in the
The President's reception dancing which lasted until 12 at night./
l'ea"oll.Ve
aresorry .
NEWS, the fact was not stated that without cause or ,
evening was well attended, notwith- Rev. T. J. Sparkman ot DeLand was Mrs. Lu IT bury arrived from the to be compelled( to admit that -o--o--o--o--o--o--o--o--o--o--o-.o..o.o..o.o.o.- 0.O.O
standing the very unpleasant weather elected as vice-president of the Boardof North Saturday and joined her husband some people of I this sort, who"e chief ?
., *' Doctor Mullins was one of the Trustee Otherwise the report at the hotel. stock: in trade is defamation, have I ',
entered the field, thereby We AreConstantly
r was correct as printed. newspaper I
'receiving: party. Mr. U. S.' Robinson has taken a greatly( increasing their power for ,
= party down the Indian river for a evil. They attack the best>: men and I
0.O. ..o..o..o..o.. cruise. the most beneficent Institutions with
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I Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy left here for reckless. screed, never seeking: to'lI"-1
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WAleTT: ::D- cover a worthy motive in I
Jacksonville on Saturday, but intend but always' bent: on destruction of ,
iff Price List subject to change! to return shortly. what others hate built. It is the I'
HIDES I HIDES I when Market changes. Mr*. lackey who spent most of the presence of creatures of this ,descrl >>-
tion In the fair state of Florida that out splendid jobs in the way 0 f, .
; I Dry Flint Hides. ...... 121 cts. Ib. All other Furs HideOld'Metals. winter here, has returned to her home is doing more to keep out desirable ,, turning ,' .}.t
Green Salt Hides. tl t cts. Rubbers, etc.. In full proportion'Beelwax in Michigan. to keep out capital that I I
.. ;. . 26* eta. Mr. U. M. Millbnrn who spent some immigration much needed and to retard the and Varnishing
Tallow in Barrels.. 8 Furs. I Furs I time, in DeLand, visited>: his (parents" la BO of the state. hi Painting .
Tallow in Cakes.. .. 6 cte.a.. here for a couple of days betore re progress/ combined.every Flor-way ,.
turning to his home in St. Augustine.Col. / >: than all other sources VEHICLESifN /O it4
No. 1, Otter Skins.'.Lame and Dark$8.00: to $11.00 Roe is having a boat house ida needs all the t'laglers, Plants ssa. .
u ttOOto 8.00 Stetsons and De Lands! it can get. But '
Vic.. No. 2, his wharf.
built at the end of w
83 to 1.00 wealthy men do not have to come to
No. 1, Coon Skins,
.. .. 43 to CO developing BERRY & KENT .
No. Lan 1 Warrant. Florida ana spend their money In
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1.60
1.Mlnk 1.00 to .
No. Skins, the state. They can go
I 95.00 paid telling who has OP. COURT HOUSE ,
Liftr persona where they choose, and they will not NEW SHOP.
fu11pNp tO.O.O
for "
Write z J. W. WATKINS. Brn.w.ck 0. one, whether I buy or not. R. K* choose to come here to any great ex- i. Rt.

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Stetson Students g o A Few More Suits J g o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOo 0g o A COOL FISHERMAN ramekins Cheese may omelets be etc.made, and Into served souffle before -,


o o Defend the School] o 2 Against "John B." 0;g g Orange CityO The atorr of IHtf Slow Beaut II. Landta?. Great biscuits the dessert, or ,celery or with with crackers a salad wafer be-

*4 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 00000000000000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOOrange o Row slowly now. A little nearer to fore a hot dessert or after the dessert.

<* WHEREAS, Recently a most serIous THREE more suits claiming dam City, February 25.-The the shore. There, that's right/ Steady Cheeso fingers and cheese straws nre
salad. A Stilton or
a r'y charge has been made ages of $250,000, each have been people of Orange City have been having now. This eddy looks like u good place. served! with cheese the Is cut In half and one 1
f Chester
y against the students o-f Stetson University brought against John B. Stetson and a series of picnics on the St. The left our: just a little. There that's part wrapped lu n napkin and served.

I ; and,' named with him In two of these suit Johns river. In Mr. Harris' launch. fine. Just by these lily pads a large one ,' Roquefort and Gorgonzola are cut In etislf>red TrddeH rA:.

a WHEREAS, An attempt Is being Is his wife. Altogether this makes They commenced Thursday: the 19th; was caught the other day. Gee whiz! largeees( \ from the cheese and served Copyrighted tyOstemoor Ca N.Yo

ti; + made to disseminate a certain vile >Il.OOo.uJ! (() for which Mr. Stetson isbe was a fairly good dy, tho' the wind Did you see that? A strike and he In a folded) : napkin. The American

pamphlet among the students, we, big sued In the United States court, was: high and cold. Friday 23 went was a beauty, too-an eight pounder dairy cheese la cut In small cubes of

the students (male) of Stetson University and In addition, to this la the suit for and worse weather, Florida, never saw. I'll bat Buck water, quick till I try equal I size while the soft cheeses, Ostemoor MattressesFor -;

in assembly February 24, 1HO.I\ ; >tt30,000!::; () In the Circuit Court of VoluMa Saturday was!: too vile for anyone to him again. Stead ', now This Is the Brltf. Neufchatel t'tc.-III'e unwrappedfrom w

do hereby county Instituted by Dr. Forbes"'. KO. Monday the remaining 20 that plnce. I guess we've missed him. No, the tinfoil and scraped beforeserving. Puss Sale By '
lace
?I,+ .r 'S Hesolvt, 1st, That we denounce as This case will probably he dismissed: 'I had tickets ventured out and it was a by Jove there be wale again! lie'sgut Place wafer on biscuit paper.or the celery -

false all charges concerning the lack for two reasons: First, It would be impossible 'steady downpour\ of rain all dayMr. It; he's Hot It! Turn her out Into fresh with butter the, cheese. W TTBsBILLER(
? deep water, llc'u In the Illy pads now
of discipline lu this school On the
,' t to obtain an intelligent/ juryIn : James Walden :In.d:) sister, Mrs. and a goner sure! Thunderntlon, and
other hand, we assert our belief that Volusla county of men who had not How to Clean Plated Artlclee.Eleetro Fla.
( Hovey returned Friday evening from he was a monster! Must\ 1mve weighed DejL-and
,
the moral tone of etc., will soon q
University U!: as formed an opinion one way or another; their trip to Nassau!: Miami Palm nt lenst ten pounds.) No; there he IBI! plated spoons

In high as that of any similar I Institution :and in the second place, the case will Beach, and flock led/jfe. They were lie Is still hooked'; he Iii l all right; he Is become Clean tarnlslml them with when a piece not In of constant flannel ---- 1 ------------------ .

the country. of course be appealed and it would gone about four week and report a free from the lilies; he Is free! Steady use. in
nod then plate
lu Southern
d 2 Ir Resolved, 2nd, That we hereby; express only take so much longer to decide It now.( rut the oars In the I bont. See the dipped vinegar Georgia
very pleasant!: trip.Major powder, rub well mud afterward polish
our unqualified conlidence! in pole! He bonds It nearly double. AnlldoeFln't
if begun In the state courts. will !be
/ with leather, when all marks
Uremia a
the and wife, Mr. and the reel slngl! Now
be make
r president of this!: University; that Mrs. Lena 13. Matties had previously removed Egg and suit spoons) may be
.
:Mrs.
Hill
visit
returned from their to
; we believe him to be able he bus turned. Ile is coming towardus Florida Railway
an scholar
Instituted a suit against Mr. Stetsonfor treated successfully >n this way AND
Palm .
Beach evenin1Ir"
net! Quick
a Christian gentleman and well Thursday /! lIan,111I9 that landing
qualified $2.ill.OOllln i> ) the U. S. court and she Brenna and has under the boat! He
r 11'' to fill the came home Very sick quick! He la going "Suwalee River Konle."
lofty position that he
![ hoBs, and that now follows this up by claiming! e'Jual.1amal's been growing!! worse ever since and is will snnp the line! Holy smoke, there The FavoriteSHOW

thanks we hereby express our against Mrs. Stetson, al now considered dangerously. ill. be goes! (,rob the line-grab the line, Schedule in Effect Jllouary4.1\k1a.\
to the Roard
of Trustees
> the !: for 1f'l'lng11efamatlon! of character. Dr. Later-.Mrs. Rrcnna l I.. much bettertndav. I say! Hove you got it? Keep him -D ;j-Flyer. ; :

$ I wisdom of their choice In retaining Forbes also 1 makes Mr."and Mrs. Stet- .. TliurMlav': lll_..frlfiuls_ think____ __ I fast now. Just n second.: Steady: now. l.vPalntka.... ...... .... tI uu pin Quickstep eujaiuLv '
: .his services. defend.mts In In --n U' n There he STOPS Into the net. Here be laIn Jaclcaonvlllu..... .. IIOOpiu 7 M uuiAr
Resolved 31" Z .on ; two units the U. she will recover.Mrs. bOllt. Viildoata.... ... ... ... .1115pmArTlltou 1U !M amK
That Lie la safe.Ami
We have him.
< we condemn In *; the .. .. .........
*;. court. The papers were served by ... ISM: ) amArCunluUt : JO pIll
t the strongest possible! tcrmn" the nuiMt Bax"'I"ulll; sons John, and Mrs isn't ho a bounty? Isn't he a beauty ........... ..... UOmuAr.Muuon 148 piu

abominable conduct of certain: I.el"sons )Popnty U. S. )Marshal McCormick at VlcKltrlck, of Columbus, O., arrived a dandy u crnc-kerjnck n peach. ? C. al 0d.............. .. .. 8 06 am 10 pui

In attempting to spread rcrtaiii n..T..an.1 on Tuesday. Mr. Stetson remarked at Mrs. St. Johns'' at last:; Lawn Thursday He will go above six pounds, If be Ar Atlanta'' : .. ......... 729am: '74' pm Y
at the time the papers werehanI.,1 : weighs nn ounce.. Wasn't he lively? DeLand N. U. At 8r L.
1 evening. will remain the to
They Coming
obscene pamphlets among/: the sIr Art'batmmOoga.."''''''' 1 00 pm 1 00 ,situ
him that It was now persecution rest of the winter. Did you see him make that three foot Ar Naalivlllo...... .... U 66 pm tt 40 aunt .a
dents. Words fall .
k to express our i-on- Instead. of prosecution lie said, leap out of the water? You didn't? I li.i.. CKNT. It. H.
Major Walter Bnriihnm and. Mr.J.iyton ...... .. .
tempt for those who have been ---- Ar t'l. Louis till:! alum 7 34 pm
i guilty nothing/ however, of the merciless I Man where were your eyes? How In Arl'hlc"go. ... ..... .....lu as am
Kurnham of New Preston
of conduct so utterly unworthy, and now and we will weigh him. How L. A h. !t, H.
/:
do persecution Inflicted by him and blhlrl'lIn'J Conn., arrived at the:! Freeman house ONE DAY ONLY Arl.uulavllle.I ... .. .. .. .. :Mum 1135am
we hereby these that and ,
warn I much did ? Four pounds
persons on Forbes the past nix you say ArCIneluottl---------I TJJUaiu: 4 06 piu
iw we shall treat my further attempt to / Monday evening They will spend a two ounces! Pshaw! That can't be I'. tt to:. 1. It. IC.
months: he said nothini/ about the few here visit -- AI' t.hlclIlo.: .... ..... ... .. e15 ant
days friends.Mr. .
spread these! pamphlets auioniJthe Injf: l'lgbt.'our scales lire not accurate.
: )
"hlue Imok" b'lnhanded to Nodal ruins troin Jaifcminvllle to Macon. .
dirty /: .
s students as a direct Insult.Slyrners jordon IJojed of Chicago arrived Well, he's a beauty anyway. It took a TiHlnn tiom PHliitKa iunnii-1 at Vaidusttt .
: votingboys/: and sent broadcast over al )\Hiss. 1\1. Dicldiiaon'M. Friday full half hour to tire Mm out and laud n Ill, liulimKoliiH, iiitiih trmii Jiicksoiivlllt*.
SATURDAY FEB. 28 I LIICH! un Dixie Her Iraln lor
Thos C Calmes, Cbiii'n Idv: I K I idea, sec the state by hU hired man, with the e'cninHe/: will remain a few weeks him. Three minutes you say! Oh, I Miicnn renutYullug In de put natal 7 3D a. in.Pullman :

Ray P Johnson Fred M llnliu ,inrpose of prejudicing! tho people Mr. and Mrs. Sijuarc have you're mistaken!! That can't possiblybe. llullt-t "''lte"llIgOIS from Jack.si -r Ji
: gone up Louls ,'la without a
St. above route
I A i> Clai'knon, O II Uiit-iitl, against Forbes, kllllnf.thellchool, and to l'alll1etllll'otlale to board. It was surely longer than that! lie i-linnRe>u\llli ol lo cars on lilxlu Fl>'ir train. altfoI'liliiiiiiiiH '.1 1.

8 EEatradu, 11 A I Kuins, thus paining his object--the downfallof was n fighter to the lust Excited. when Ilueat.letpere ou same lulu to
:
ap P P Pllluns, A H wlugutid.JStunleyblollutt / Mr. and, Mrs. Kd: Allen of Kan: Claire, l .t..euaae es. Lllk'IIK<> "II pout CllHIIKM' y;
Forbes, I caught/ him! New; not n bit! Cool asa wZaf.u l oilu-r. Information.
ni-lidluli'S and
For
:
'+ 'r.A DtkkGeoitre -. \VU., arrived Friday <-venin//.!'. They cucumber-"just as I sum now. lIe certainly drug' J. II. HArrEIUY''; ,

'y A UcCottefl, Ji- It 11 Anthony, n00000000000000 were calling on Kan: Claire friends is a bellut '.Forest nnd Stream. ( ; I U strict PuaSs.At. :'I W. Hay ct. .
C 8 Tliitfley, Claude Wol'l ly, Or JaikMoiivlUe, Fla. '
that live here, and; left Saturday noun w I'. II. RI1UDE8, ,
J P Monrue '
Eumii-lt Wlhon .
., C R Johnson, I.' II "Si-l I r, o I Stetson) Held g 0 fur DeLand, where they expect to THE OLD WOOD FIRE. Ii LL' eMalj I Ui-ii. PUMI. A.,.: :MHCDII, Ua.WATCHES. '
-- "- '
N O Van Stint, Put Hiinm, spend tlu- Inter. l I.d'lien; U a broth .

9Y// H Parker, II I. Klnw, g 1 S(' IV'iI'S) Proxy er to Fred and Will Allen of DeLand.Ve Patting the lilw IliicUlotr In Place
n y' i W Q Simikinun 8 Wo"lwlI.I.l'h8slII..III. ,
DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOA Eau Clalriu-s: Were glad to see Wni Quite a Job.
W LTII.Ivn, .
1- hem. After. the evening chores were done ,\
CHujnes, W C HiNikir.T .
t N Oautler L V "Fiiu-b T-KTTKll: was: received )'f'&ter- There were twelve tables at the aiy father 'l\'OultlllfJlJl'tir lu the doorway :
kr W day by Dr. Forbes", from Mr.rheo. with tlie !big backlog coated with
P Grlsunl I> J liliiLkt-r, iucbie 1 Club: Tuesday fStnlnjf. Mrs. snow J'" .
Raymond Camp, U W !:Scntli-l'l C' Search of Philadelphia one often of ampler girth thnn himself and WYfIa Y
c Bolt and :Mr. Clark the Hrt pride
W E Shedder, Jno O black, of won ) breast him he held "1.
if the trustees of the University, asking fully high to as It ,
c. ;, DE Carlton Edw IMiubuifi-fi, what had been done with his: resignation Irs.I Ilovey and George McCormictheoniolallons. : upright canting It one way and another 'I

t CbnnnliiK W Gllaon, Ileimuii, Lh-iin, .
from the Hoard of Trustees.: : and walking It before him on Its .1

,. J W McKlniion 1CM lii-oudui-ll" :Mr. Search Mated that he had Mrs. I.'cllxIJblllsrer: and daughter/ wedge shaped end. He would perhaps ,
W Eugene Hem-Haley. Fred HutlM, given '
: Miss Ethel, left last week for Tcnncb-: stand It nguliiHt the cblmuey while betook I I WATCHES 1
B W had ,
HollIuirDwoith Turin1Ilutlir his proxy to John B. Stetson and
see, to join her husband, who has been a breathing spell and planned his ,
J H Uutt, Grow-r 1 l.iniKli>,il l, then sent Mr. !Stetson:! his resignationby ::
:
k |
0 C Staley, 11 ClMimnn: there about one year. They expect campaign. Then, the andirons hauled .

('hnsKtipperbuuell.TrPnuIJlurh, mail. tu make their future home there. forward on the hearth and the bed of "
E H LuTourneitii, Clevi-liliiil Kltiliiiiff Dllrlnthc/: recent meeting! of the Limit !burned brands and live coals raked

,y, J A Gardner, Jasper" Willis. t trustees Mr. Stetson voted )Mr. tiers Mr.l for Win.sale Kolinan his houio place Orange known City open, the Icy log was walked Into the ',

J' ) T Parker, .1 ASollii-iw, !Search's;; proxy but did not present. a 1 the F.d Carpenter: place, contalnng chimney, where a skillful turn would nt '

a i W B Fulghum FI'I'.II""c.I the resignation.; Perhaps he has not 10 acres. of good( land, one two- lay It over, hissing and steaming, in Its o Lave a Fine :
J F
t: J Howard Strlplinar Jobuaon, E Paul IIi-iii-dKt.<'inter", yet received It: perhaps he forgot It story house of nix ruoniri:: one large/ lair of hot eiJibero. It seemed a thing WE%
I Him and packing: hou e and other outluildiugs alive and Its vehement sputtering and and( meet J
_ J E Parker.H L K Ki-iiL-ilut\ (lie has a very treacherous memoryat l with e tllrt
I the house well fur- IJl'otl'ollng made u dramatic moment for
E Merrj'day, jHcnr.l Lolln-i-if. times), and, then, again, perhaps) inhed. and, about (bOO{) budded grape- at least small .
one
spcctntor'lie |
Chas E eompetitionnot.
Pelot any
peck CanqbellLewlt he wanted that extra vote. Mr. Stetson fruit trees orange/ and oilier small stout shovel and C T
O T Hull tongs or perhapsa
C Henley,
frult>l. All for :JtICJlO)( cash This la a I
W JHuuifb. lusts 11 HIIIIIK, has not been a largenwner/ I in cor- Mrg.tin( ( for any one. : piece of firewood used as a lever excepting catalogue h

B K Mil'arty, Arthur .Mmtie, orations!: all these years for nothing. Also i one i lii-acre farm at Lake would force It ngalnHt/: the chimney

Louie H IUiikliiir.lt J I) I'on,,n.IH, It was a cute trick, and he scored one lelen, known as the \Viekhaui! place buck; then a good. sized: stick, called a prices. '

} Forrest M Cuat-y, II J flow, Oil the majority There are about.'JuOor.-iiige; and grapefruit "buck stick," was laid on top of It, und

Frank GueriiHcy, W Knox: ---- -.. ---- trees jut beginning/ to bear; 7o the andirons were set In place. Across Our own guarantee)
f.P
Coinpruptt II Chulli-e. -e, peach trt 6s, all well fenced and lots the audlronn another good sized stick I
t\ F D Sears J II Mi ,l.iii-i-n' The. >.M> I'reslilent of tlie 'I'1.II"t..9. of limber on the place. This is!: a called "
was laid a "foie stick and In
amounts to ,.
H P
Stewart A K. HoriHi-tu-r, beautiful location, well worth $.">tXJ.le some-
r Itev. \\". N. C'haudoin, who the Interstice smaller, sticks were
t U R MacClyuiunt, AIIKUHI, K Eccles was tillers it for >t.lUO: cash Come: and '
Harr-OCDu-: E W' hull elected last!: week chairman of the ee Wui., Kuluian at ingcOity, Fla. crossed and thrust und piled, all quick. IWtt PtIFOBMSas riAICV tliiiig.tiB are hereto

). __"iwtltxw: Hendley Theo '1'1'11I", hoard of trustees of Stetson UnUer- -- .. -.--." ly kindled by tho live coals und brands.In DOOSt O CH i AMD, JAIN 9 OB*>SHIMl. .1,
J H Williams, 8 U cold weather u Ore
l.i-nt.'Hty HOW TO KEEP WARM. very wall kept back it
versity at DeLand Fla., Is an aged up.
C Uutler L K Dlurk". burning all night, our father getting up

L H PlllaiiB, H Liiiifflunl! Baptist minister, who came to this Value or NvwnHperi, !.. a ProtectionAwaliiMt once or twice to replenlxh It. Even lu '': Take the .
y J H Woodaon, A II ,Jones state a quarter of a century" ago, and iu'U. puuimer! the coals rarely became ex- children to see our little '

M Courtney, L'litreiii-i. P Kj'mull, finally located at LaGrange, In 13re- Few people Know that by the use of tinct. A good hoop of them covered baby Talons and pretty little Ponies, them In your Holiday thoughts let
O K Reeies revert toW.A.Allen&Co.
U 8 Cui-lton, Grand Golden
,
d r McKInney, EC Kiwi k, vard iiounty, and made for himself an newspapers; they, i-iin Ui-ep warm in with embers at bedtime would be found: Glittering Street Parade

8 !McElroy, 8 H Ankfimey orange grove He I Is an excellent told weatherlicu' without It they alive \vhen raked open In the morning at noon, headed: by our Challenge 1"

8 F Arbuc-kle, Ediriii Tnurlm' ('hrlhtlan
6 David WVins r, H U KHlncy, with the Baptist denomination. Yiu-billion: Post. S"\' .|i'lIi sheets of par : I See FLOSSY, the Champion High- As they are well prepared to

Roy 8 Brown E H -Iu"'mllk"r.W ie: has!: many friends In Jacksonville, ;I"'"r pinned to the inside of n mini's or diving Doff of the World. meet all problems.

J Mlckler Ciitiuiir'Minifl. : who will be /gratified at his election. I oy's vest l 1.1'1' (pulling It on nail nntbir On the morning of the 1st of May I I Free, Thrlllinsr and Exciting Balloon c.i is*f'also Every guaranteed statement we make. .

.. pint. of Hevrrnl tlilt-knt'SMes lad: there occurred Incident
won nn that, Ascension and Parachute -
lie known this
1 la well In city to the Jump
yk About "A udder t hI'.o."t when Kolow out Into the unnoticed t the time afterward
;
.Minister.
Biipllst provedto
at 1 and 7 P. M t
older residents" as he and his wife rain or shine. I Don't W. A. ALLEN:
&
CO.
f To tbe Editor of THE NEWH. /id 1 1 will La kl' the place of un overcoat be one of the turning points of his miss it. It alone is j
much time here In the 70's.Mr. worth
F E spent 'o the pour" runnvlio luo none and will tory. Eight Immigrant ships lay In going many
In the recent Issue of a Tampa C'haudoin little of this miles to sec, antI it Is
as free
possesses flu'nisli nt much u nrmth.11auy the Thames ready to sail. A body: of aa the
r newspaper there appeared an articleon world's but he has character air you breathe. -.
goods:, a |iunr fmuilU'H have hot bodlolhliiK pilgrims were about to embark aud

the Stetson-Forbes controversy, beyond reproach. He has done yeoman t i-noiich" InNInter to protect Oliver Cromwell and \Ids famous cous

signed by the uon-de-plumc: "A Baptist : work for the Baptist! Church In lifiu Prom cold during fxlremely cold in, John Ilurupdeii, were among them. / ----------------------

Minister.. This. article has been Florida In fact he has been In the .iL'hls. .Such rmiiilus din iniiKe them'lifH But they were stopped at the landing IYi1.Aii/ASfi61'llilt'.fitIyAil.YitAiitfir24it; r..Jr.r.Jl. \ ; F.r. F.U"J\\ r.1IIr.1i1toA; >Y.riiLililiS SIiiALilfilAl.Vf

,; ; copied by two state newspapers) which ministry for over fifty years, most of pi'i-foilly Luiufortoble by spread.lit by a guard of soldiers. The king bad I URA.NI'O.1:". Cute11ralOrange. : t.liy, lropeued rLand'. but now
ri ; I three or four II"\\'I'I"'P"'I'S' between decreed that his subjects should not "
.
.are evidently opposed to fair-play or the time In Georgia./ He Is a native of I FURNITUltEl'FURNITURE +
') boneLty.Vhlle I think Methodist of friends '10 'euut/ tu-dclotlilntf they 1.'flE'Y leave England. Cromwell stayed, and AND HARDWARE STORE
Tennessee and baa hosts
!: '. f ill I I lx Mvri'i'-il.ly hiirla-lsed to4ind that mi raves' avenue In
gym" ; ministers have troubles of with him asi Macuuliiy wrote "stayedthe ANJJ.' Store! wont Is known as the Burrwllbis
enough all and Io'lorlda.-Jack-
over Georgia h.' )pap I'" 11 ru equal' to the heaviest", evil genius of the house of Stuart. He I la now :
+ their own without trying to dip their sonville Metropolis, Monday. il.inUil III exeliidiiiK t the colt!. If pea Had CI'omwellaod bill friends been allowed i H.\.nIJ\y.\.nn and will ell CHEAPER prepared to 1111 than l all nr.lel'Bln line.''

fingers Into Baptist pie, yet, In the umlerstood Ij ;;;l (exas any otlllr house Ill,
----- fei-nt'i-iilly/; the merits of to carry out their project of emigration G rrQn T.'I..:. Voluslaoounty,
(
Interest of truth, I think it but right On ('ootulk. his IIi 11I)1) 10' remedy, nnd practiced, It, the whole history of the English Jfti'VA ,1. Please call said Inspect his 810ell: _

that I, who know the facts In thinaee Working !:1 i r<" would do less sickness\ and fewer civil war might have remained unwrItten Lt'I.YLYSh'ltlyllFtgl6'14'SV1iNF'a!! !! '! h1'1'atTVI! !! ;iLailiidiiTrr J 1iAlfitiflLiiiii31Wi1fftlALilta / { {

,'-f should tell them. Tbe personwhti The Lake Helen Manufacturing ui--'x i.f i-uiisimiptlon.' .Mon nnd women --awwwwo
-
wrote the article signed! "A fiat Company hall worked up Its. crop of KMjuenily Htnnd for hours about the .owwwa.owwwww--ow owTHE :

IS tt jUst Minister" was at one time a very cassava and began working on coon- i.n-l.et. at the depots mother places, A MUnt Quotation.An o

+, prominent minister of that tie roots thla week. When the reporter :.TpoHi-il to severe cold or drafts of air, attache of a religious bookstore --

r I ''denomination and filled watery was in Lake Helen Tuesday l nd r ; many of the 'iti'iii-tid' cold
a whIch terminates !in theological volumes
among that he Is
) ? thc factory was", shut down: cleaning
2" /:
pulpits In the state with his
; eloquence jiiminipllun tu mitt deutli.NVwhpnpcin Scriptural or nothing !but he sometimes NEWS
yd ., and manly appearance. Later, however out the cassava, and getting ready to =" under the vest or. wrap evolves a misfit When hIs attention PUBLISHING CO.

lit he fell into evil ways, took to extract starch from the coontle. hen thus exposinl will nearly always was called the other day to a rose neat ,

Three carloads: of coon tie, which la .n-eveiit Inking cold. The Is ly attached to the of bill
) drink, and, in 1894, war tried, convicted / uuWHpnper lapel coat and DE LAND
r r-, and sentenced to the penitentiary shipped: up from the Indian: river section >. iiuneonduetor, of bent and when an Insinuation thrown out that a lady f $ FLORIDA.DeLAND'S .

; for. eight years for assault with were on the tracks ready for diiccd, over tin stouiiieli preserves the friend might have had something to do

grinding. -iilM'ly of what has", !bn called the redivolrs with It, be paralyzed the insinuator by
intent to kill his wife. He has
just!
4 : cif bent In the body. It would saying "No sir; I, gathered that rose LEADING LOCAL PAPER.

S' t :Decently been liberated. .. ..- .. -- oem probable) that these suggestions from my own vine and fig tree."

A '.' Respectfully)) Helpful Hubby
t v ,y RETIRED METHODIST MINISTER, Wife I wish you would let me know veil Informed person in the country, A Slander. Annum.

t (With no axe to grind. ) what sort of a dinner to have tonight. it In fact \'el'few have ever tried It. The Bachelor wonder why those Single Copies Fife Cents. :

Tampa Fla.; Feb. 23 1903. Husband-That'* a good Idea. Well, t'he public schools of the country flats are not supplied with warm wa- < .;

I[ shall either not be borne at all or else should l tench the children) these and ter pipes like tho others? Advertising Rates Reasonable .

L, 1 as There Is more Catarrh in this Motion of the I[ shall bring three or four friends with indrrd rules for their comfort and The Benedict-They are probably intended ____

country than all other dl ell_ put together me.-Life. health for by their use great suffering for married men. BOOK
and until the limt few yean wee supposed to would be avoided.Ilow AND JOn PIUNTERS. i
The Bachelor Does that
make
a difference -
be Incurable. Fora (Treat many y..arsdocton Thoroughness."When .
M pronounced It a local disease and prescribed -ten ibs ?
to I do anything" said the young to N.clc. Letter ,
r our with incest I treatmentnpronouncedlIt Incurable. The Benedict-Yes. When a man Is and Bill] Heads, '
man "I believe In doing It thoroughly." To whiten the neck and remove the
4 Science has proven catarrh to be a married, his wife generally "keeps him Envelopes, Statements
",r oonMlratlonai dlsetuje! and therefore requiresconstitutional "Yes," answered his) father with a "brown bund" made by wearing the In hot water."-Philadelphia Record. Engraved and Printed Cards '

{w .' i.OQ OoJ manufactured treatment.by F. :J. Hall's Cheney Catarrh 4 ('0., sigh, "especially when It comes to getting velvet ribbon, try this: Take a wine- Engraving and Color Printing! --i....... -.

'y' s. BrTl'oTeao' Ohio Is the only constitutional cure Into debt."-Washington Star. glassful of lemon Juice and one of eau Programs, Menu. and Invitations .
y ''(fcTon.tbe xteu-ket. It Is I taken Internally in doses .-... de cologne; scrape Into this two cakesof Fatal e.o.... Rubber Stamps Seal ;
f 'Meta lit ions_ It acts direct- Presses, Stencil ..
IK? to a teaspoonul. "Do you think my new novel coyer .
k i IT oo the blood and- mucous surfaces of the Not MB* Ool. the best brown sonp.. Stir over a Large and Small)) PostersLlandbill ,
xViystem... They offer one hundred dollars tor I've book here: slow fire till the the ground ", Stickeraa
Canvasser- a ";'d like soap Is melted. Then Advertising Novelties..... Fans "
'S smy case It falls to ours, .Bond for circulars "Well, I caught a brief glimpse Newspapers Calendars,, '
yesterday
._ 'ana eetlmoo1ala: to show you. :} ,.:,.,_ pour It Into a mold to harden. Wash Printed in,Whole or'ia Part lJ .
\ 'i' Address, F. J.CHENEY!:. .* CO.,Toledo,O. Busy Man-I'r a IlAjtle n he neck with this and the mark will .of a man who had just read It,
"f, Sold by Drunrist, *75o. bUII" aDd be was certainly covering tbagroundl"
.' Uall'.Thml PLUS are the bee. room I'd Ilk* to ooo disappear. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY: 3eOeO'O
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I A FEW WORDS ABOUT DE LAND I Io i r- A Golden-Ruleof Deadly V'. *rTH EAST Ctttsr' or FLORIDA .&

0 Agriculture: u PARADISE REGAINED.. ;
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Be good to your land and your crop I = .. ,,>'
p will be good. Plenty of
is situated 110 miles south of own their own bouts mny leave them in charge" S
k 4.. DELAND) ou the Jacksonville Turnpa of the keeper for u small monthly or yearly Grasp of Grip Prostrated FLORIDA EST COAST RAILWAY.: J:1::

und Key West division of the Atlantic fee. The .e\'orllllllk"s of tbe club are being Potashin ,

Coast line. The town proper Is five miles eaot connected by thu digging of canals; fifteen Me.

; of the St. Johns River, on tha blyb rolling:, miles of lakeshore will fluidly beauquircd. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14 '

1' pine lands of tile great orange rldire" of Florida. NEAR-BY ATTRACTIONS. quality j 'T4 Dr. Miles Ner'vineBuilt 1903' ., :

LI It Is ouslly auceiwlble from Jacksonville (Iuh,,, cast tlilrty inllus, those who desire a and quantity In the liar- I J SOUTHBOUND-.READDOWN. NORTHIOUND-RED ,- I I ISAIONS.
by rail over thu A. (C. llnu, bull ai'ldu ttii'ouitU
vest. Write and
-.- UUIIIIKU' of aIr und sc-i-nut usi)>i>clully. In thu summer us Up My
loftily small towns piney woodn and Iminmouks we will send No.9arso.3 50.29 No.23 No.98 No.75 Iio.74 Ne.2R (
ibid tile you
on nelKliuorlng const soinuor I hollnest :
'Y nnd thrice vroHsliiK the hyavlntli-eov- st,,'Otel"8..r ouvun bi-uch lit thu would Jrte by next mail, 1)ally, Dully. tally, busIly. Daily Daily. Dai1. DaIlj. 't (;.,1". ,. ,' ,,
"" er..d St.: Johua or the traveler may reach the our winning JJP. 44s Shattered Nerves and -
S DeLeon und liluu Cprlngs lire must Interesting money
town via the Florida EuHt Count railway tukInyr bOoks I 15 i' 12 15 p 0 t iii 7 65 a TI at p1 ) .
nnturul oLiJui'lH within easy ilrlvlnir, distance Gave Me 8 33 .. I" 4" sI..So.Jack.onvlhIeLv el !O tSp .Pu '
tickets Jacksonville to OI-UHKM City \\n\ an Appetite.Of ii 180 _
I rum lie Laud, fluId the roinU III any direction I- GERMAN KALI WORKS, Ot51'j aOOI,100B 1 stj 0 8411a _
"" Bt. Auyustluu, Hulutku und New Siujrim. De- .. O..8t.Aug".Uno.. i.I, I .
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, present pluuHlng xiirtatloli of OI'UIIII' 93 Nassau Street, p .. I 2 .. .....H.s'tnJs.' ,
Land Is connected with Uranue" City by a reituInr groves Klunt pines, little lukes uml tropIcal hew Vsrk.Mlljnkny. the millioni uf )people who today suffer _____._iQij2 p 1 "I 9 40 I .. .I'II..tla.. .5 fN\ ;
: ntuifo line eurr>intf U. S. mull and it Unusnull looking biiiiiinuckti." from nervous or heart wenknesx, n I huge( perrcnta I. .. .. a ir11tinii1; 'iiit5u; Lv..J'aiat1"Iv.I' b toil" .....i..h "
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.. : ro..<1. This Uriveof live 11111"11 through e truce the cause ilnectly to domllyl.n ? IOW... I ...: I '
" I .; thu muirultiuuiit" forests und over thu shellroud HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. (;inpi': >e. ItisitKctm dl.cUMnnil. makes I. ..., a II.1 e 6 ....!.Ar. ..Mismt Nate, ,. .An S 05 a UI P1 ,A>
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81 Ihtaten.
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,, ;. makes tills route a populur one for thu Your drat qnvHtlen un lvulnilr lleLund dh a duett i silt uk upon) Lisa nerves, ]niltinu nn 813i .1P..t .
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c.:,:.:" tourist. Thu most plcturt'Siiue route to LeLuuX for ) > extra, strain upon thrIll ul the tUlle IhelrvI..I. .. .. 110l..Lv..I..II..Lv. .
u stopplnv piu" A gloat Mirluty Is offercd I .. ... t 3t
t i'.' t'.: 'Is by river from Jacksonville' to LukuliuiiAil'ord -from the most pulutlul. hotel to tbe ity is at the )loWest rbb. If LnGrippe has .. .. .... 1 41 ...... ..l.'ont......... t 20
;J,.:, 'i left vou with, n hhultrrcd nervous system withlom 30"I 3 30. 1 10 i'. ( 47 .... ... 3 fl
: which Is UuLunu's the Il I Orlull. 10 I
lundliitf on 1
IIIO" '8t, hoiue-llkf* boui'illiiHT biniHif kept by of "," P I.uk of energy I insomni.i : I 3tO.. 1231.11 tO ... .,...A 6. 4t -
.''. St.: JUUUH. Tliin route Is ono oltuii taken by ludles of rennomi'iit. Wbulexer out wunts hu (fri'iiuvnt /,eld"LI''M ,;\' the tourist who voiiic to frlurluu for thu Unatiuitt. Cult be ucconiinndilte I
t v From lierualuixl where lie diauniburka of our hotels unU' boundIng liuunes CUll 1 ho with, I I'r. Milei' Nervine. It will, undo nil 1:; "G'O I t H l... ; ::::;J.l. .11111..II::::: SOOa. I IlOtte

r.1L;;" from thu commodious nnil, iviiiiorluulo Hteumur found In this pupc-i-,und the pnipi k'toin will "- -= :! I Hint grip has done, bring bnck appetite' rest .... .. .. ..(''IIo.a.......... ..
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... 5 ? ant restore the nervrn to their normal activIty. jh ..... EQ 325. 12 C .. .. ...130p at51' e5p p
ut thu Clyd"tlt.JobIl81'lverUlloUlotl'lu- -
ur take '
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plcnsiire tiii'iilshlng riitvs or lilly other \ tlic wt-ll I I Known i I Hnsliinnurt'llnt .. .. 21 21 .n.rklptJA. .. I t 10 zI l
p .. Up
C'ler uLuad routine Urunc'U iiuUiuU, hu euuer tuku by rail huck over v s bleb tile, Inforniiition dcMlivd.Ni'arly IH 1 in m I I III-IMOII for cxprrsvln I :.; hK benefit"I wiint'"I( those to write who have this testimonial suffered from for that the I P.l'l .: :..... ..a Iltl..IIIU..llo.. .. .... ....... ... 1al" ao.p. ti j. ,
or lucy u all of our hotels und, bourilliuj': iuoiu sueflue .. 501.. .S IJI.IIIII .. ... 1 011J .... pe
'. all boutn.CLIMATE Ill>1'1'1\1 I Vk'WH too I'rt'l'I.V. ilreadud dihensr- -!-.oUrale.| ) I suffered (several ?. .... .... .....lt.lu.le.. ... .. ye
h \;, meets surniuiiiled by Httnu'thu )uu"rIJI und initjustlu weeks with it, imd iiothmij 1 tni'il >eeninl, I a t7 a .. I .i 00 p. 8 I' .: .... .lU. .
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'. :, AND HEALTHFULNESS. slmde I lies, und nil lave "I 1'1. isle Mury Ilnrtwi-ll ('I1III1''w..l.the ], I .2l tl .. J. 1111. 1 I. 0
puvctl r"cl"
to benefit me in any way, Knnpe or form (It .. ... ..... :1IbI18... .. 10ia .
Eurly In j'our sojoui-ii )ou will wish to u-- For u julct uoinu-llfo, tiny uie uncM'ellnl.I'lcniu niivclisl. ilit-il of I HintMu t >liil slims differed[ almost deal) and fin.i'ly my t ... ... 33 i... .... .Eil'ui .... .... l
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.p sure yuurauil? tiy oll.crVIIUolI und' Inquiry rc1KIUUIUK piirtlt'S iiru goltun up weekly I.>)' tliu 'IINI' i'liiirrr.. Her" lust. limitiMIH. "I 1.11 il.iiilitcr; recimm>de Bt" tuu. clnuutu ut lurulu III iicMic-i-ul ..... guests and. hosts .1It1 pleiisunt dll)C spi-nt ut ziiiTo' ." nixl 1 It Is lint I'l'iiluMo' ... lluil, s.i| <- nnd[ 1 can truthfully say fioni the first N' ::..:: : :::::.:: HH :.:.::..: ::: :h4ouuud; ::.:: ::::::: : : ::::::: No.2.

"j" tnut of Uci-iina III uurtiuuiur. N>u will su .I picnic Kioiinds limn tliruutu ten or twfl\<* lift nny IIlIflnl"h.101'1,. I II I N ,snlil dny 1 felt better thnn in wed,'s. I It gave me 01 .. .. ..W..NtJllpl..r..... .. a. .
relict, built up my shaltero.IIII'rVPN neil gave' 11 t 25 1020 i
ff1" f that liutt collie In i>uc''!iibc'i'or Jun- miles fi'um tow II. Ii : 21 t 35.A'.Knyall'n"II''. I 81& I 0
:tW pose you Hint slio tlxniKlit tliln! liiiok lo Intier me a splendid. RI'I' > : t'' ')' uury. lou notico Unit most of tee Ir"ca ale SECRET SOCIETIES. Ijteut highly ol it and want to nay, euch nnd everyone I I: y..7. 30 p 4 to r 10 e5" 8 40 .. /0 p

.- :. .. iu lull luuf. tlioic-e ruse. BUCMI. In Ibo IturiU St. Johns Chapter, No. 4. It. A. M.-:27 ini'in- HI'I'IIII"( I Iho Turks ,HII.V "I 11"-,-,* Is no who has suffered {rum l.aUrmpe will 1: ?. :.1.: UH.. .4..El...I. :W..iWIut II leaeh.Lv..:.. ...P.El.. p : isO .? ....11...Davy. '.-
of Or.
ouly ia "yrruun-liuunvH, are. uluoiiiinif unprutecluU bi-rs; 'J'. 1C. Webb eci'eliii-y.. lind instant relief Ijy getting a holtlu Jul : 15 ...... ...)). ........ .... p
OTis wN but Molinimiicil", I latllli I ..r Miles', Nervinc. Insist on huvinj it nn" take ]I ... .. .
< iviiiiiiUnyuu 00'' ..Ft.I..u e.d.I. . .
Iu the tvuitliliitf .
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lolins !
tfuniunat St. IXHK No. .
a7, I' & A. M.-(0 nniiibers ii..a. < .Oil .
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;, '.' uu8t or fuvoiecl the niiunt uurtliuru Aluy ur utntvu.Juno 'tittyS.1 bo iiiuuiiiaIruuiNuvuiuuur or tile )'press; II. D.funip linic-uy, No.Mucivtitry.C 13, W. or .W.-71 I inc-mbi-ix; OthfMWNo I r. lli-nry! Vim Mimi"I jU'n which "Slor.v hm Jn"of t hilt I Iho' thm no-Mu.s.It will.her.. I GK!benelitsiimi-jioor I It"RUK I l U.simply I/"I.L.splendid sufferer Jackson I, Tenn.remain llopin,?, ,lire 3 I :: .... .. 13 4 t'"...8t31.Ar..MI.ml..Lv.... ....LmoIlCIL.. ..........I...CO. a.a.....8...50. ...... p

J''. ; to March hilly bu cliissuU tot 'j'. It. Wi-bb, fli-i'k.Minrnollu tnmslti s tnl I Into '\Turkish. liml, I I to btt All sell nnd first bot.,
\ driiUists guarantee
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\';: ..7 ",..tbor. Wulte the BUiniiiun ate lunif, liwtliiM Lmlvc. No. :81, I. 0. O. 1<'.-1 12: members <--lmtiKi'I
. .',.; until October tliu p"IIII1.ulurl'ul'lII ot tile state, ; %V. M. Wooilwtird Hwretury.Mjrllu hi-ft lU'hlinl." Nervous and I Heart J hisenue'. Address LLE TO ST. ..AOUSTINE.:5 .

.t..;, the. cointniit "UIC-CV.L-H.- and the iranuuiit. gliuw- ixiduiN... "i 1. K. uf 1'.-67 liii'inlH-ni; :Mr.i JlK'K l.lPllllul] tllO I IKMCllst i IS iu iiiii'uIi'lit !Jr. Miles Medical C..., Klklmrt, Irid. -- -.------JACKSON .- --
era, pro\"uttilO""U''III".or o..PI.o..I'. .. hem Chris. U. C'odilntrton kei' >r ot' records. und .31 o:3 No.
;i'"- pi Ktiiih'iit ul' K.irliili.Lry uml lias No.23 No.27 No.29 No.36 Na.43 1> No.93 ) Me.9.
Inland uiuuu furtbi-r iiuriu. April suul. I I I I 111 I 1 I 15\\
trc'uueut.. iii I t'l3' Hpeiit[ i Kiiiiiitime' < I I I In I lln' .':' :" aim Mu>, October und Muvumuer" the tliic-si A. O. U. W.-Ijiiii'iiiljc-rs; 'I'" It. Webb, recorder. .- l.oiiilon, hll" III l" >rln slum IH'othoro. -z1 PARKER'SHAIR _ _ 1> !nn.
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,J.: mouth the >uur.Muuy BALSAM Lv J"CkRIIIIVII":17 is4ui D 0. D 4" 112 t5 I' I 1. 30 p 2 86jT1 Cp l'iii Tili"a
,,::t f people who have conic hero from the POINTS NEAR DsLAND. I llo I ilfL-NHiil" us nn I Aim-rli-nn f'1." mine..oi*'. an.l. ,liixiirmiil.b<.m,>tilii' 'growth.Vliur the htlr.n .. .0. '! .1 _1 1- m's t(5se65p23Qp33)._ p /I tOOI J lOOp 8g I .I

,. .. iurth, fcrfuil und \\cSt, or trout onu of tliuBuutueru Blue rlnns,8, ,, ; IIII-H| : Lu'I.+.uuui ="prinifu I inllt-a; tiailor 'IciiljliiK/ finniilii.Miuiit) | liml "-111' I je. PJN'vor Fut'. to lOeloro OM"'' 1'1. .Auuus'rINsh '0 JACKSONVILLE.I .

Blutug, testily that Lee climutu has Enterprise, I f2: julius. ; ureen Brings" 14 iiiilt-s. ; rliil 1 lltllv or no 1I1t'"")". .J( INI, nohu r'un. ntnlp to, its iti.rn You i-iiA Hi tu liuir I Color.lolling.if =- r-- Nol 6 .'No.36pliThp '

11'1\"n theta greut relict ironi rlieu mutism, L'ussudiitfu rump, 7 uillri*; WliiiiumleiHC'tt. ;itinlhs I IH living/ In II ImiiKiilow/ tii-nr Sin: "I'nin- Mami >l "*u* l'nin.'l"ln No. 98 PIG. 92 I'"ily J..Uy 1'1. No. 44 No. 30 No. 78 N.. 74 N. 2. "

. uatuuiu, uutnrru consumption, cud various ; Lake i 1I,1t'1I.11 miles; Hei-eHtoi-il, J liii Hen; clscivltli nn outlook! ovi-r' I tht I. > (iolilctiJute. 1)1113., I butly. I 1-. Ex. / !ai)1 Vitily. I DaIly. 1 LsuJy. D.IJ.

diseases tuu turuuiunu muifs. 1110 l>cnclli. Uriingel'lt" ), !! inlli'Di I ; 11I"wou.I.111111o's; Illgli-l ( 111. Ihl.nn.
\ lioiu OLe tue niilu open un lund l'.rkI/ miles | I J.v. Ht. AUII"'IIi"1' / I H "" /i ssiiuiTt I il 1iila\110 18101'1 0 tOp S tdp I S lp
- tu uu uenvc'd in ; Spring tlurdiMi U IIIIIH; \ I I
The (( a I ( 1" 7 7 to p !
aro avuiluble. mid ate "IIJU"U .b) uuuity unuluoulu llujtoiiu, :!'i nillea; rieraun, :2?'! in lies; Sex I lie, II .Ja".k. !.1le. 10 I .\ .

.alike lurouguoui LOU "urtt\.oUl', winter 27 miles; Hui-liei-xlllu, 111 niileit; 1'iirfOi-iinife, I F,1FDULES BRANOn LINES.

unit summer. luu city IS lor mileslur- MJ miles; CMrlilgu, IH miles I ; Kinpoilii: 111 mill's; DeLand -- ----.-- -- ,. 1

rounded "by torests 01 tliu ocmujcrn pmu' uiirlcumg julf jrounds, H mile; !Deertuot literal SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CIY BR. OK.iir .

tile aIr witli uulsuin.. 1 bu utmuspliere spring; 5 miles. I .
8T-'TIO"S N..12 No. 3 No. 1 I lhdo. 2 j'M .4
at Aiewiud IS remarKuuiy dry toe Huiiun.Tuuru HOUSES AND COTTAGES. I Booklet ." J _ ::. .ThuL' DaIly DaIly ST'TIO".. D.lly lal
are UU lunus, utui'Tur svviimp In tliuiiuuiuuiuiu Thfie Is nn-at ileiiiun.l for turnlHlied liuiiscsduring p I
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viCinity, uud the deep utrpusll otporous tliu winter Benson, uud perwum. who I 'I hi .11.v..1ilnlle..Ar,11. ... p t 25 p ''Jy.N. Smyrna.Ar 1 40 p 05.
suiid pruMdus pel'reel Huriuce uiiunurfu. hilt t'ilI, to "..11I01'01' the entire seiiHuii' should $ .... lslCpfl, .........Aril 5$ a D09p I'' He..n.Ar1 r 15p I f Sip
8M: .11.v.. .. Esit.'rpuisc.; .....Ar Ii UO a 323 ,ii Clty.Ar1 45 p u.
. Malaria is pruuuc'Ullv unknown. 'Jliesc iiocnre[ tlieli uvc'oiiiinodiitions I In udvunue. I : .: :. !.Ir.r.\ ....!.yUOOa .' I. .Ar. (. (JIt7 tIpiii
uuiinduncu, of urtemu fr'lxe orslx-room ---a.- .q-
eruditions, with un pure eoltiixeH tiirnlslieil rent for' : .
waLeh,4 dIlL, CitI'el Ut 8uiuiur uiruntjeuiunts *10( to ..|IZi u month ; lurger" bouses. 1','''''' I5loru 1111. MAYFORT BRAIC I No 18 .

luuku tilts uiKiuc'Biiouuuiy VIle ul tile modest rc'slilenee, to *HHJ per inuiith for I (lly billy Daily DalilO ,_

moot healthfUl p'UCO.IO..bu tounu un).where. u placo nlth I ull modern linproxeinenla, ""'. I HI I :It'J I "'H !Jsti! ftetitps' Hliovvin ; Ti "; IN.; ....... ....... ..". ................. ..jr $ 31. .
|png'p j jiig t031'I Ar. ........... Souut ,tackouuyllls.............. ...Lv 8 aea.
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.In PRODUCIS. I I :,: lorul "Hri-ncH! i>f Dcljttiiil ami vi 11/1 a 5 t i'-1 Ar .. ......... ...Pablo iteitch............... .J.v 161a I Ia p
Ueljin.l Is III the inltlMlol one ol' 1 thuliKmtiiiipoitunt 1 a 1 23. ................. J.aub ..............Lv 41 11.
the way of public Improvement c'lin be uruntce 1I""uwlllll sectIOIIH I, Klurldit.'onsldi'liiiile I 'il1 lY (.hlln'IPH., Htroct HCOIIOB .!'! I__ Ar ,,',.:"'''' M"Ylort. .....Lv TO. ..DO....

meutionetl Muvurul. imloB uf tIle nnuttl Hiiel .: ll'lllt wus .shipped. Ironi tills Htctlon rltl'lilillg' o|>critti( !iH, university; buildiu .'l'rullNd" not Hlop mutations opposlto which no time Is shown.

totalS, electric lIghts un tile mum. StreetS ol list 3 "tar. Thu eoniliig' seumin will sue II I '< '->, flub! !limiKu,, of A<|tiatic' Club\ 'rh'H,' Pu ,.'litliles glu.w ill" times, whloli trains may be expected to arrive sad t1.ar*
or water woi-ka that, .It lurgely liu-rifiiMeil .111"11"11110.111111.0' time I Is MRS. L. S. ADAMS. from tinHc'ViTiil 8t""I. lint thi-lr arrival or departure at the tlmnj mated Is not guarant..d.
the city u BystcMii I Ultin SpiiiiK I / I D.f.f'OIl i Spihifr, St.JoluiH nor ups the lucid rospuiiHlb'e'! lor any delay or any uonsequttuoeitherefrom.
owuud. slId uperatuij by the city, .lIppl)IIIItJ not fur dlHtunt uhi-n, III nil probability i I this Of l4lfcl%.*........ 'I..zuia. I ) 1'1 V"I' } of Isel arll
Hcituiiiaiiy I'ngNi
the puruttt wuiur uc a little ubuvo couis uloh wIll uyruin bi* greut" tu'imife producing I coun
. furnhsUiugii4uqI4 'tu lire proteution uml 8evur- II')'. The production of the plncuppln here "Wine of Cardul Is Indeed a blessing romlinj matter tlcHcriptivp of the Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.

. lug' u low rate or 1I111111'.IICO.11 uloctrlu light liromlHfS to l'h..11. hili I of I he oruntre. Ueeeiit to tired women. Having suffered fur I IOVMI; nilvorliHciiicnlH I I of nil letuliny

\5"i plum. lurnUliuilivutii toratrvut tied intvnuiliVUilUK. eAierlnieiils| proxu hut with eoiiipnnilKelyInelpeliHlxu even years with and we.ikneu and tried bear. bit 141 llt'141I liml. lI'()i'ihi4iulhui.l itiou, isotel BETWEEN. MIAMI KEY. WEST HAVANA. AND NASSAU. -..
' 4i .f' Wa also I1U\U 1111 Ice rectory, Sill"I proleetlon suc'll soil I anil cllmutuus Ing.down palm having several I =- -7. '._-' 1
and. \ IIOIIKCH.
doctors and different remedies s boarding i
I plyIng IJuUmd' uml the ...I'I'OIlUUIIIII cUll III I") that of IJeljuid will I pnitltnbly 1 pii>ilut>uriiIt MIAMI-NASSAU LINE. MIAMI-KEY WEST-HAV LIN&
. WHU the UfllUlU Si> VHMUUllUl. to L-Ulllfort 111nortlltru w hhs'hi In alit! und iiuulity turHiiipuiwi''H s.It"! no success your Wine of Cardui[ January I .
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. Oommenolnd 1,1003.bvMliiiiilMnn..Thur JaDuary
.: was the only thing which helped me, : Oommclolnl 1.11.
t 1 UB well itBBuiitliuru clluicn. bile |I'hlieitipics> iti'owii without sliudu further dim eventually cured me Itseemed to Sent postpnicl! to any address, 25c. .. .. ........... ,Lv !. ... ........ S 35 S / ,
I south.In Ar NMHIII TIII-M! Fri. .. .......... 300"r' ...w. I : ........1010.
,: :,. ..... .. RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. J line or July 1111''''' iinuntll leN of dellclonn build up the weak parts strengthen J.vN"s""ueI..t." ... ..... ... 101.' .ii I ." ., ....... lx OS p
.'JI *. I II the system and correct Irregularities." .'Mlmiil Tliur., Maui. ..... .. .. GOO.. :. ; "u ...... TO.Oommenolnl a
THK: NKWS: 1'l H.JHIIIl'OCO.lit. .
tliut Uel4iiiilIB .ojh'II'III'IIII'ul''' ripen. l lO.veellent
:Nluo houses of worship tv tlfy pencbes I February 3, 19O3. il '"i''. I 1 ......lt .
u ctiui-cli-ifoiiiK" vuiiiiiiuinty Uiiptliit, l.pmopiilluu penis, J pun) persimmon.I. upuii .plums, peuuii By "tin-il WOIIII'II"r] [ Ailanm, LvMlurIM.n"W.I.Frl ... .. .. i 00 p t ;,'t. '5 :...:,: ,........ : : : "

MutliuUlstB Nurtui-rn uml !tioutlieru IIUI8II'II'I\'IIK. stiuubc-irlfs, wuteriiii-lons, und means nervoiiH woniru' who linuUisonlcreil I >Lan: I, Florida. I. ; : : ul ... ... I "0" ''Ar' ,iiiut 1 r..jI :_::_::_::_
), 1'icsbjlerluii, t'lii'iatiuns, anti Itoiimn iiiiny' .11 I-t loiltiuI. fruits sue II''WII hure wltlisuvcess. IIII-IHI'H, falling; I I i / of I tlii I L\ Nil ..I I ''ws..I hur SntArMliiml .... 3 03 IJ .. 71. Jiit
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Krl. 81111.Commencing .
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CatholIcS besides colored Baptists unU' Muthudiat For the local market anti f'"lIil' )' uonib, ovail nil I reel Il's (II' any of \ .. I U 1-
., Sri reprc-iiuiituil. '!'u.. 1I"1I.1od scliool 'rdpii, uii ulmoat endlussuilely of \egetuules these ailment t* that win'"iilt liavo. MivrcU SO, 10O3. 1.uu.e noun. 1.,01 on 9th ?sIerlduflZiI55s.
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Lv Mlnnil Mon \\ oil.' FrI ... :001' .
utters- JltfUt )eats ,c-uurac1 ttinl tliu bulldlnu may bu produeeil during" the entire >ear. You! can euro JIII'.lf. nt home w illi( ArNii-wuiiTin-.Thu' ,! .. .WntLv ... ...... I::1" II .rITlw..rtth.tallowntorN..Q..o. ______
winch it 0&"u..1. new cud now ly uriusUou The .ullIK I piirtlciilurly udiiptfd to corn mid, this great boll liii" 'H rotni-ily. A'ini I ) NIIHUHII TUP'I '. .Mut...... 09 p ,ur Nassau tl mo. a

throughout" und H OliO of tliu must coiumoillousund meet potatoes.' Heeent I Irlulsproxu that tin of 1'anlui.Vini. of (.';tru liii, lops ArMltIIWeI..r.rl.Hln.! ..-..-. -...'_. IHOa .

III'Ht eqlh' hh'led> pnbllu Mi'limilu. in thu unusuiilly tug" Ii guide. of tobuceu may bu. produced CMtrptl I thoniHinU of riiwi w h sIt
For ropy of Local Time Card address any Agint.
Btuiu. A certillcuiu ol' 1I'1..llulltlUIINIII this on the high plnu land 1'urts of V'olu- J".tm..IIIlVl'f.liI"III..I"'IIf.lot.I. \ \

<' uuuul '.lIco"vtod..t JoInt U. Stetson UiiltcrBlty : slit county sue uditpted. to tbu cultivation of not lii'ifin to !m't well tc.il.iy, \? All(( J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gon. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE. PLA. I

slid eiilitluB the pupil to eiitruuuu into "lIl1'lIrCUII". Uruj.'Ridts lia\i' il.01) ''JoHI,-". ]l'ornny
tlieru. MANUFACTORIES. Htoinarh liver or uowrl ilimircli --
the ucudumic course
Tbu chief >r The tl Eu r,1'11 15Uk-L>r.inglitshoultl : OC *:>nt pnvufiir, I tim c.mnnllm* inonilittrNliip.Z .
iniiiiiitiic'tuied )Uel :
product inil J I :h ;I h: IT. iu1 t'' nCieiiiloliihuru::\I: ,: ;: ..nHi LOUISVILLE' & NA5HVLLE?
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. and vicinity lumber.. Thu ubundunt supply be iisi'.l. r, ,uli :''lpi" ii! 'i-rln,. vw .ilHllll .
t. the luuillnir ..tluc..tlell..lllI.lItutiulI of still lM>riiilvl>*. oil'llt.cituimnIir'.j.. irlvlniryinilumH. ,I II il II">W 'nl(..,' u,.,II "' ..n'h. IH
This yellow pine c) press might be made Into \ ,'I \ : ,
1 lit Ijnlii'i VilvlMiiv lit'iiiiiiIllfllt. mil"n 11 ill Ii .I" a t. rli I .t..1 Iuilcrolulpa : |
In tile state ami uttructs muny fumlliua to a greet Mirlety of articles now shipped) III ; Fin;: (!!iaIstungs! : ;: .Mllllltllltl' Co., "' Ill,. tin privili-iia''' of I 'lnl, I H. m. In >.<-workltlj l"irnt ClaHH Service and Quick Schedules to-
CItiuiano.gt. .
LIuLttml for tile, winter inunthn. Thu Institution rom u tll.tulle.1II01l1t thu muuiifucturlnirndustrles luui.3w4N \ .nut nl' hujii.. i (, .lii.TiilnriMiiii I kinrinilHluul '_'
in I triitiinnl. ol iiny invested In buildups; ,
btiubOUtOUW ulreudy CHtubllshcd, we hays un Ire MiirtnK' you from ai'' '( t ii IiI; ; nn yiinr )uurcilia Evn8vile.
I 4U lustructoi-sor ability uud usmstimts. from plant .u fertill/er factul'), u novelty woodworking :;:fi,>: I lion-t flu; ,:jolniil: um>i>.Vnn will sItu muunfin :, Louisville Louis,
,
.... Ll'
t'orClrfu EOFCAW >r Ilitin yniur .n.y'.wor'h.'I Mi-rirAl.u 'lJAltV'MUHinri.lili. :
and -
noted. colleges of tile Unllutl states extublishiuent flint ,
turns out 'munyuseful l* '| t fMlNiiHMHU! Kt..l'i.Y.
uuuntries, euntiLutu. the fuc-ulty. At tlllll".IIIII.lIlIo" ; .ucasotivu 81 a re U fuc- --awllloint West anJ Northwest.- ,,

the present time about 4UO stuauuts are realstered. tory hero uml onu' ut Lithe Helen gIving einplojment Mobile New Orleans, and All Point Southwest._ -

I John 1J. BlBtsou University Is ufflllattd to 1II"'I\'y\' huiidsund. working. tliouunils tickets via L. are sold by all railroad Coupon .
'wltil thu Chicago" Lnivui-slty, pro rule credIt of acres of luml. 11'1II'ulg1 tie &

; beIng iflvnn In either institution Iur woik OUR PEOPLE.The RIDER AGENTS WANTEDone Ticct {nt :Florida.

douu iu the other btutsuu HUB a productIve people of Ulll.uIl.IIII'O fI.Olllllhll..t ..Iu"I '". Iditi, '- uml Slivpinir Cur" Itum-rvul luns, apply to J. M./ FL E irvvn. _ _
-3jOuuu. !'110 bunuimrs are evei'yiuiht ( and exhibit 1002 model C. L. STONE. C. P. A.. ..I..ldl PlWKVllltttr AKOQC.
In ride sample
vuuowuiunc of ot tim I'nlted States. '!They.... Intc'lllnt eaoh town to a iHllllHtllll-I ): lUll I %Vt UI\yt.J..oIr.H"lyWe. fit
largo und BUtstuntlHl every comfort uulimpruvlUud un.i proyresslxc. They huve. wu'klolI- bicycle of our mnniifiicturo.. YOU DAM MAKE 91 a TO

a* in u modern Uotul. CutaUJurues liuslustleully for cnt-four years to build 9SOA IVFfWbesiuos having a v.heel to rldotor you 1'901f. a

may be obtuluud tree by udilressmif. tile. prusinuut 'ip their beaut I tul Hit l Ia city. I'nlnteirnpluilprogress 1902 Models I Grade $9 fo $15

C ir. J. K. .'url>o.. und iinprovi'ineiit 1111\e been the ru- Guaranteed

BICYCLING. lult. Tlielr desire now Is that us muny us pofilblu 1900 and 1901 Models MAKES $7 to $11 OASTINEi-
of thoHu who ate turning southwiwl
the isinysee A"1ANTI
and
about the city
Pavements In anti for themselves. what IJcLiind otlem both GOO SecondHand J Q Qtnken
ailjaueat .
exuulluut paths thut Imve, been niaUu to I Wheels$3t th .'
L to settlers und winter residents fur then In rude by our riilfum' n> V .
_4h 9 towns und polntg of Interest, otter ul\o"-1 ; makes and mocluld 6/u..1 as new........... ...... ,, ;
celled opportuilitiuui to the whuulmun. iiiiny more will surely airrcu with the ninnywho i \Ve ship any bicycle APPROVAL to any- :ai1eac Ce. '''.. 5Zj-

?) who have ridden bloyelc-B on almost every : now pronouneii UeLiind on account of r one without a cent deposit in advance( / and allow. "..
her cllmutu and her people, her iinlxemlty
I kind of road and pavumunt are unanlmou In c'liurcbi'S und fraternal orguni/utloim" tier hotels DAYS FREE TRIAL. You take Line From Florida.

1 the opinion llesldu that our the pavements paving of are the us streets wood unit her homes her pixKluuJs. her public 10 absolutelyno l The Great Through Car ,.... J

;'" III asphalt residents buyond the corporate uiprorements and hur merchants. the most risk In ordering from us, as you do not need
-y! lu thu city limit the attractIve In ull tho If the bicycle does not suit you.
extundud the roadway in pluue soutlilund for them. to pay a cent '
bounds have CONNECTIONS I IEAST
,t I. ft wliop! nntll you= have written for cut ,
., > -I. 'om. eases several mil.... All excellent bley- a's DO HOT BUY FACTOR PRICES &: FREE TRIAL OFhER.Tiros. .
r'" sIlo path has buen made to Lake lleresford, e( uli>m..iisamnihalf "portlllllro or all klniM. at OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah, Ch rl...v

,.h three miles distant i also a good sh U road to How to Care Fop Silver. regular prIceS. In our l>11(. Write for t.It..loKue.tolns "n-" TOTHt ton, Richmond, and Washington, thence via thRailroad. .,

,:Ji-, Orange City ttve mllu south and a path to Auy kind of silver In dally use! may WE WANTa rell..hlQ a P.D world of In UHoful each town Information.to di9trlbntehataiOIUi'i. furi'i In Pennsylvania .
of .
,"h lAke Helen five suites dlstauuv by way bo clonnctl by Immersion ItS tron borax exchange'or. Write today for free catalowniS 5TI our CP CII4L VIA ALL-RAIL.

_: : ..: Lake WlnneuiuwetW anti water for two or throe hours.' J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, iJi. Tile Louisville[ ami, Nashville, via Montuomery.

FISH AND GAUC when the TOTHE WEST
.:.. The water should be boiling T via ,i
Ohio Railroad
The Mobile and
/-'f. Florida waters, frush'and suit, ubouiid In borax n-id silver nre put In. After the! MontilIlery. ':, .

; : ..I'.b., and the hunter The nasal lake.not of go the far Dol.au to Uud plain Is dry rub with it little' IIzLte row- Via Savannah and Ocean8teamblp Company for New Y.. ,;:."
'. good shooting. with elln mohl. If sliver .
.. ; of tier anti polish t'hila.lflphi and Boston. V h (
a" nillus east
half
Aquatlo are Club well-stouked one ao1d with bass and siuuUcrHuh ornaments In the drawing room ore EAST Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Washington svndBaltimore. ,".' ,j < "
town
and afford great sport to those plsuatorlally not kept In a case, they noon tarnish. WINCHESTER TOTHE "' .' '

Inclined. During. the hunting season They can be brightened by dipping the VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Savannah and Merchants and, Mlnen Transportation C ;C..t: .

i. guides take tbe tourists to quail grounds and articles In a strong solution of ammonia for Baltimore and Philadelphia. ) <
number of these water Sliver should never LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS rf
: seldom fall to bag a goodly. and hot FACTORY it

.' ..- fat and juicy morsels. be rubbed with flannel or cotton cloth.i: "New Rival" "L eader"J "Repeater" To Key Vest via Peninsular andHAVANA. ., !

,CLUB. The plate not III general use should be :
D.LAND AQUATIC '
THE : :
fJ J,,':( Till club was organised In W01 by our lead. wrapped carefully tissue paper to r-r---w--i,1J- Occidental Steamship ,Co'; 'k', rt.! :
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;;l 'r: Ing citizens who recognized the need of water. exclude light aud air as these are the ] you arc looking for reliable shotgun ammunition r .
the tourist and home people. two factors that cause sliver to become : ;
--attractions- '
':: UhF I the kind that shoots where hr' ;
;r;: Tile club bs: purchased a thousand acre of tarnished. you IMIilestge Tiok.et9. '

'I I land aurrtWugSeVetalbseut1tUItre15: Hand I point yo'ur buy Winchester Factory Tickets food over 13,000 mile* ol smcu tlM fiv
tar"*1aII.... In which splendid fishing Is found. how ,to Treat rsptrtngt gun, Interchangeable Mileage ( :1.
I;. '* mile a half east hands perspire too freely, adda principal railroad In the Southern .Statea, are on eale.b.y tne,'.principal- :. ,
', The ol.b-hous* is about a sjwl If your Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with *:" '
of town, and i*reached by a splendid paved few drops of tincture of myrrh to the agents ** .* ):
New York Black "Leader" and loaded Through Pullman.Sleeper, Tampa to New.,York, via Atlantic < .
truck avenue. after
I- traet and bicycle commodious oq club-house 'water In which you rinse them powder; "Repeater, Line; also via Atlantic Coast Por and Southern Railway.. '. f 'I t; ''A convenient and washing. Then dry thoroughly, .and with Smokeless. Insist Winchester Infortnatloa apply to Agente Atlantic '
t having For reservation and Cut
affords a place for the slght- eer or plonlo dust with bornclc powder .or oatmeal.. upon LD.I .

I party to rest, to secure a luncheon to lie In excellent to keep a box of Loaded Shells and others or write: ': ,>:
a... cool hammocks aud see the rippling blue It lit an plan Factory accept no DOY TON WD .8TAK' > i" .J
and make 1-/ .
washstand
{l boathouse oatmeal on one's l Comioeijclal Agent.
to write read or sketch. .A .
water; or ALL DEAL RS KEEP THZM .
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habit to. dust little over 138 W .. Bajj 'Aslot Block .laID.1 .
r with sail and ro' boau and canoes, 1* It a regular a. tree t, dX... -
.. alec imonjr tte ooaTeiOea a, and one may iiI the bauds :every t'm' after wasbing. J U.i'M.' EMERSON, W:. J. C.R. I .4iAt' .

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: & I teous, obliging gentlemen! in the- oooooooooooooooooooooooooa DREKA & .CO- '

fhl! : WEEKLY NEWSYoi.rBfo state metropolisj''l'hey, are friends o o 0 c G. A. ,

l r '. COUNTY, FLORIDA. of all of us "weekly" fellows-and State News go

', t O. O."OODRINGTON good friends, too. 0 ---- .... "
J r Publisher. 00000000000000000000000000A ____LEADINO.. -
.r TUB NEWS congratulates Bros. .. .
p Subscription Un....... White and Carter the amicable lodge of the Fraternal Union

V One Year,,................................jl w()( on will be organized at Boynton, Dade In an Interview with a representative
4 Biz montbs.4................................ 61<( settlement of their differences. county. of the European Herald S. F. Edge,

y When paid advance. Wben not paid it --- --.-- the winner of the Coupe Internationale, MerchandiseOldest 1
d dvwnoe add 50 per cent. ogrrodq.Tleia Lake City's board of trade has made Dome remarks that shogld be of General

Entered .in the poitoihce at DeLund Florida, been reorganized, and is again work- Interest to every chnuft ur. He stated

M second class matter. from the Gii/etto-Newa. ing for the common good.Lepsbut'g that the great value of the pneumatictire

)" AdrertlBlnv rates furnished on application N. Erlckson, the cabinet maker, has has her Is Its absorption of the obstacles to
t reorganized offered by the ordinary road. Established: House in the City. Y'
; AddreM all Communlcntlona, and milk I been busy lately turning out a number board of trade, and will to workto speed .
,. Checks!; or money ord.Ts imynlilH to of kitchen tables for Binffhatn & go Leery time a solid tire strikes an object -
tie THE WEEKLY NKW8 induce new settlers and capitalto In the road there is more work for
I'I lit '.' i>o Lniul. Fla.W Malcy, a ping{-pong table for the Clar there.
> go the engine to do and a consequent loss NOTIONSSPECIALTIES
endon Inn; and a handsome DRY GOODS AND
'. : .: ,1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 100.1.: checker net, including! very a table and St. Petersburg wants a big hotel. of speed. A pneumatic tire, on the other lu-
ridge
stone or
baud leaps over a
.<.:.fA.'. ; ..,. "IfNI WKSTANU."When : four chairs, for Frank K. Bond.Jeorge Better be satisfied with several the road, the tire allowing the obstacle &>
-
JJ"I -
? ? small ones. They do a town more *
( 11. has Thus a {
the people 1 of a town are Ludwig purchased than to shut luto Its elastic surface. ,
,, < y the Maxwell place at the northeast good a large one. the amount of power nccesKnry to surmount

.i.&, ;, ,: united and work together for the I corner of Second avenue and Hi<1gc. Many new lumber firms have recently the obstacle is diminished. New York Avenue and Woodlawn Bouleva 1.Deland. .

',1/" common! good wonderful effects resuit. wood. lie Intends to remodel the established lumber ollices! in It might be thought that U surely

When they pull against each house and beautify the grounds and Jacksonville and are now doing a would not take much. power to lift an Florida.
and ridges
such stones
}: i" other, some trying to tear down, and when completed) Mr. Ludwig will have large business automobile over
be encountered in an ordinary t;; l/f
1 us may Fllt1Yi41NflfltEltfll'S4'ls4Sht4'fIFyi'Xk'lMfl4'f/if !IJ flflk111"g1s'f1Fi4flltEll ;
IZ1QltOkllt!
t one of the prettiest places In town. !-tt! >! ft'SMftk%#*> .
\,4 1 others to build up, some with onefi Over 200 pounds of rnelin seed road but when It Is considered that an !'
> Since the failure of 1'.. J. Arnold ft
I
t hobby and some with another, thelJ.I' have arrived at Limit ilia. The automobile at high speed frequently f.s'tFor Pleasant Time: :
Co., the St. Louis turf investors, there growers covers forty )'urllslll a second and that i .! : : a, :: ;

:r lh t evil effect, the slow growth or decadence are many poorer but wiser people In there will plant ft greater acreage many) such little obstacles would probably i t '

U ?r..' of the town, are sure and certain. Daytona. It estimated that fully of melons than ever before. be found in tills distance it Is evident -, fe ..GO TO THE .. 9 9i
,
'r i
$MOOl()<><() was Invested bv residents of the Sanford thankful that with no pneumatic tires to

:t ; The. of Jacksonville is place. The assets o' the concern are for the little celery frost growers of last are week. lift the automobile over them there It :iQ'LT..AaTIC: 0 Lc.r: ::e 11 11i

experience practically nothing dad ](><),())00of) the Some of the celery had been threatened would be a 1 serious< decrease in the ctHclency .
,
k'dat
,N' \ ere of the most striking on record last dividend checks sent out have of the engine and a consequent ...
with blight, as a result. of the .... .. '''''
i' With the whole state by the been This Is but the usual fulling off of speed. : 1
;!;. ;:: injured piotcwted. hot weather. Sanford people have ni4M-lrlc'ii Timekeeper.As It Foil toN Boating.Cqqoes. .
freeze wholesalers lost from retail eliding all get-rUn-quIck schemes. 75 to 13ea1.1tifqll.tqkes i"
t./t.. ;/ f Smith's coach acres planted celery. n result of the failure of the human ,

4 era throughout the state, who in Avery bigauto IIn1l'k'pl'1.t: tit the Den uvllle fp 1\e t.
,
i. } r\ caused lots of excitement Thursday The Federal. grand jury, in session of the watches \ 1\oboqts\ ,
\1"1'' races, when one stop
i W turn were bankrupted by the failure at has Hever'nlindictments
returned
i; afternoon. The South Bridge com- Tampa, became deranged and lost several second -

a of their customers to meet their obligations. pany forbade him crossingtheir! against,:: C. O. Tost, Helen ;!, thereby much astonishing tbe f o* Ac1fi\ission to Glfoq ds.
I Jvo C11gige \ :
\', ,
f4.:. i when working for the common right to and, made an attempt. Aa he law, C. F. Burginan, on the charge toumtlc nppurntiiH has been considered Clqb Ifoqse Ot>erl to t11e Pqblic.I .
was coming the draw a timber was of using the mails for fraudulent ueeeXHiiry. Among the devices\ of this

'f"'.;l good, stood shoulder to shoulder thrown across and the big auto stop- purposes. Character which hate recently been

'''; and Jacksonville continued to ped The directors then chained the proposed In I an electrical timekeeper. I Parties Can Have the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, with Dishes, | .,
{,r. < A Plant City man sold 14 head of The apparatus consists of a box containing a
\\r and The politicians wheels together and there the auto
I grow prosper.
, cattle fed to Rates.
on velvet beans for $25 n chronometer regulated q etc at Moderate
who stayed until yesterday. Mr. Smith, ,
.t had their fights and no one
} per] head or $350:J for the drove. work without gaining or losing. The '
1knows will state that the political we are told, will bring a suit against These cattle were worth $14 mechanism includes toothed wheels, m
per
1 ': 4, strife in Jacksonville! was not most the company, and the question as to head on the range. It is thought which unwind a reel of thiu tape or coot FLOO1{ ILJSTD rTj\TO foe :Dgllci g. a,
'l whether he has a right to cross will paper marked oft In millimeters.
> strenuous' 'But if a factory or deepwater they will an.rageton) or 500 pounds W
;I! JI be settled in the courts.\ .
/ wanted anything else -. -...+.----- each.-Ba'itow CourierInformant.The CURED Music In the
." /r/as ; or CONSUMPTION. Cirltefreahmenta will be on Sale every Thursday, with Jjj

..: y I e looking to the interest of the peo- Times-Union is making a Mrs. B. W Evan Clearwater, Kan., evening/ for Dancing. MiW3M its
writes: ] hu sick
"My hanay| for three
". i I common, they stood together valiant effort to have Florida represented } months! the doctors stated he had ftiA I .J lAAIi I#{i li li/3{ fftf I 2K{{#*li({lmili lii\1iIT'r.JiWi iffgb71'Igd.l \ +ftlrwitfitritfltYiFAi; { I000.0 t

'la' : land they got what they went after. at the St. Louis expositionnext quirk| con ul11Jtiton.( We procured a -
41- f' If the state is
year. repre- I bottle of Rall.ird's Horehound Syrup S
: > Then the fire. Thousands/ +0--0--0-00-O+O--0-O--Oe.. .O.O.O.'O.OsO.O.0.O.Ob
, came
;r.) \ sented there at all, it should be well and it cured. him. That was six years

,.:. were ruined and homeless. But represented, with a line building : ago( and since then we always kept a I
JOHN STETSON UNIVERSITY ,
themselves and bottle in the hOIl'c.Ve cannot do B.
"the gods help those who help displays and Adverlining matter
\ Dr. Illppolyte Rnrndue of runs announces without it. For coughs and told, it
' 'l : thousands of dollars poured that he has discovered a way from every county in the state. IMS .
;>it,w \ ; no equal. 25c sox, and $i oo bottle DE LAND. FLORIDA.IN I
.
.: into: Jacksonville from people all of photographing "radiating mentality" K. O. Painter, who gives his residence at all druggists./ 3.licit .
',' and recording the buinnn euiotUnis of i AFFILIATION WITH wpr
: over the United/ States, from people lo\'e. hate, anger, jealousy, Insnnlty or as Jacksonville, is onu of the
Color lu Battle THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
t who,could but admire the bravery, of any other kind of quality that may interpolators of a company called The number of soldiers slain In battle I
r exist. It la useless to try to disguise: theCentral Florida nnd Indian
the patriotism of its inhabitants. them before the telltale sfnwltlzi'd Fiver lluilroad. Company." The depends n great deal vn the color of PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER. '

, ? The people of Jacksonville were plates of Dr. Barndne, who says his discovery notice of intention to apply for their heluivt uiilforms.and The more the conspicuousthe better the
jacket
i : united in prosperity, and adversity makes It possible to prove the charier is now being published: in target and onseiuently| the greater COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE OF LAW I

+ ,only hightened the bonds of unity mental derangement of the most cun the Melbourne\ Times. The road an the mortality. Ked attracts the eye ACADEMY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY '
ring lunatic nnd reveal the heart enio-
proposed will run from Melbourne most readily', and twelve men wearing NORMAL
+ The result of this patriotism is ,tlons of the most outwardly calm and .AND PRACTICE SCHOOLS BUSINESS COLLEGE
in Brevard county, to Orlando and that color me killed to seven In rllle
shown the remarkable placid lo\er. KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS OF Music AND ART.
by progress ?
green or six lu blue or five In either y
15u; tow. The capital stock will be :
The only mind snfe from the searchIng -
) 'a Jacksonville has made since the fire. brown London An-
blue-gray -
or
4? Inquiry of the sensitized plate Is the 2000000. gray. Law Graduate admitted to Practice In Florida wltnout examination. -.. ,
Smaller towns in the state should normal one. It hails to maim any 1muresHlon H\\ei's. A Complete System of Correlated work In Manual Training ..- ,
I. E. Cooper, I a white man, has An Adequate and Competent Faculty of IiiHtruitora. y
t .
of ,
benefit by the example set them by but a person In a lit angerleaves
the been arrested, charged with the ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT A Well Selected and Coiiiprchensl\e Museum e k
on plate an IjnpreHHlon resembling -
Jacksonville. When the people are Over*.ea0Oln/ Uuiklliitfs! and q
murder of Marshal\ Bowman of Punta Equipment.
'\ the convolutions of a cyclone.No And harassed by a bad cough? Use

i ,t prosperous they should unite' and camera Is used., The nensltlzcd Gjrda. Cooper lias been committed B.illard'a llorehotnid Syrup, it will secure A Splendidly Library of Ujulppcd orer&OSJOVolumes.: UjmmiBlum.A ." "'r t' n -

". work in harmony for the ,common plato says' a writer In the C'hlciiKo 'l'1'lh7 to jail without bail. This you sound slqrp and effect I a

line, covered with dull/ bliuk paper. Is was ono of the most foul murders prompt and\ radical cure. 25c, 500 and For further Information address the President. CACt
;: when -reaches them :
good adversity $1.00 nil .
; brought Into contact with the peisnn over committed in the state. Bow bottle at druggists. :aVui JOHN F. FORGES PH. D., DiLNO FL... ,
: & "sure to reach all at onetime whoso emotions are to be recorded -- --- -- /
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man was sitting in his home, with \ >'* Method or Attack. .O-'O+O+O+OoO'O'COOe-O+ O.O.O.O.O.OeO.0s0O.O 1
>r, or another-they should come his in his and other S
baby arms two Belt In bin "Natuiallst lu Nicaragua"

'k'5- 4 closer together; they should clasp children at his knees, when be was draws attention to the methods of attack r .

"-'l; each other's hands in friendship and shot dead, through an open window, Used by dllTeiont spue-lea wasps
,
and in several buckshot penetrating; the Ono, accnutoiued to animals and not to .
in fellow-feeling sympathy.;
f& EMORY.
brain. The children were mercifully mini, takes cine to crawl down the out.

i' r? Such people no adversity can con spared from the assasHin'u: bul- standing balrs to the skin befoio In-

i f quor no trouble dismay. "United lets. '- setting ltd sting while others which

.. Ihe lu the midst of human dwellings
... ,;"{f.,' we stand; divided we fall. tse/ WINTER HOUSE PLANTS. fly straight at a man's face. The Out 0 OOLLEGE ,

'il-t.MR; It takes many men months and species true to inherited Instinct.:when

years to build that which the hand How t" italic I'lower"Tor the Home it attacks unfamiliar human beings attaches
vi From Iiibs. Itself to' their hair their
or OXFORD GEORGIA.1903
in 1836--
of destroy one
;, an incendiary can!
Tbo flowers that jI'O1'1'0111 bulbs
: arp beards. But there must have been n \
,::11 hour; God himself has allowed a well suited to Indoor Kiti'donlng says time when the second species discos .; .

.; man 40 in which to reach the tho New Voik \\"oiid. Hyacinths In eyed that the face was the vulnerablepart

""lie'."' 'j'ib, years but the nil their pretty hues will Keep In bloom( and the discovery was the outcome > ia situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section
'
iI- of his manhood-
'i,,;.; strength throughout the wlntullJlil! will grow ... of the nation of brain. OXFORI Georgia, where there are no local causes to W r
'I' 4 hand of an assassin can destroy in with \I\ld color us a reward for a little -- ;
nickness. The will continue '
to make
College
one minute that which required 40 attention, while the jonquil. nnrcls- It K""|>. the Peel warn, sod Dry.: every

: of God's fostering care to per. tms mud Greens, spring's harbingers\ Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease, a effort now, aa ia the pout, to send forth young men well furnished ,1

:years will inNtnkp the wit/ 'in ruom for n sun. )powder. It cures Chilblains: Swollen, in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian
fl, fect. Nlilnn t th.iutil rnilli mud forth Sweating !Sore
\ !, ,
: pee AchingDamp feet.
.. ___________ character.
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wilt n nil ontdiHiis, Is fi-o/.en.,,; tall druggists and shoe stores 25c.

$ The Pensacola News says: "Mr. The pink and yellow PI'IrIII'ORIl:1'OWS/: .0 a Courses leading to the 'degrees-A.B., Ph.B., and S.B.h

:t, ,ThoB.. Wentworth will today take will In Soul/ii pots( and lends\ graceful It dopsn't follow .that the man who -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in fife; '

charge of the city circulation of The WAVE' OT: ANGER GIRL.FROM: FACE OP YOUNG ntlorninent Calla" ) lilies.t" a urn h)ble.unh.(rsnl fnvorltpft.Siullav '. boasts told of that his rural he looks origin like will a farmer.enjoy Being After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of

,,-' ,..., ,,News.-' < \ He will take subscriptions Placed over the heart and left there for and Ivy can bo trained to throw Ohio State Journal. studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes. \, e
!w&tlrllect all accounts." Well if their graceful sprays wherever DlORttlt.Hh.I. = 'to'
fifteen minutes the work Is done. A per. ---- -
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,he, does, just send him this way, son In a high fever leaves globular A lardy plant railed the AVunderlng Moo her Oray' hweoll'owderl tor Children, The Central Dlninsc Hall will offer good food at actual cost, not Jo excend .-,
,1;;. with spots all over the plates anger sweeps Successfully used by Mother Gray, eight dollar per montb. Furnlabed room are let at one dollar per month for aeb '
after are through Jpw Ix true to its that front
,. ,please; you across It in spirals like a cyclone, religious HO nu mo a nurse in the Children's Home In New lodger. This tyfttem I. under tbe Immediate supervision of a member of the Fao-
.i S him. The man who can "collect allaccounts" fervor appears In the shape of few small cuttings: it will Spread... In a York, Cure: Feverishness, Bad Stom- ulty, who i. aaalMwl by aoouipetent and experienced matron. h '.

}1'' ': due. is a daisy pearly, beads while Intense religious few weeks ull over the face of tlmeurth ach, Teething Disorders, move and ,
a newspaper '

3:4; r: 'and ,should be passed along from enthusiasm tongues radiating Is pictured from a common in llntuellke cen will round that Its Euirionnds'flowerpot' It or and OBO.roam at Worrnu.regulate/ Over the Bowels 30.000 and testimonials.Destroy All necessary expenses: : for the college year may be brought

; benefit of a Chrysanthemums tihould surely not They never fail. At druggists, 25c. within! $176.00. '
.. .town to town for the ter. Grief and sadness show a chaotic VllKK.
be omitted from a list of winter houso Sample Address Allen S. -
tangle of lines and'clrcles while joy is Ol mated Le N.
Y offering profession. Hoy, Y.
shown\Jn expanding radiations extend plants. Transplant them before frost FALL TzJ M.Ox.-Bl'8 BePTEMU1n 17 1902
I ing from the central focus. let their now soil bo just like their old '
r {, LIBEL SUIT DROPPED soil, give them water In moderation THE HAWAIIAN CABLE.We .
y To Steady Tripod Lear
Through a private source THE!: A very simple method to prevent with sunlight abunl1llnee.c.antl your have had ,
i a string to Hawaii along
For catalogue and other information addres8Ja"es
chrysanthemum cattier will be a thingof ,
.: NEws ia informed that .Editor J. W. tripod logs from slipping on polished time but the cable IB more sub .
;/ "' ; floors Is to choose a piece of Rubber beauty and a Joy all through the stall tlal.-OullI ha World-Herald. I ,
Ii;:4.'White; of the Florida Fraternal Reo- tubing with an opening the size of the winter. cable
Having communication estab- E.
President
: : .i "otd c has ,withdrawn his $25,000 libel tripod legs and cut off three two and Flillnaopbr Analen and Modern. lished with Hawaii we are now realizing Dickey, ,

i. Editor Carter of the a half Inch lengths. In one end of the fact that the amount of
,i.i iIuh"agalnst, "llplctutus suit[ ull philosophy lies In new
.
it each length place a tightly fitting cork, two words 'restrain' Hawaii has to Bend us la not over t' .* t
: ia well and as and 'abstain.
:L't Metropolis. This : -OsFOUD:: GEOUGIAe'-.
}, and the other end Is fitted over the .whelming.! -rittsburg Dispatch. ,
"Well Cplctctus may have had It fig ,
H ; Editors should settle If the rubber y fit
y'l.bould be. legs. proje..tsslightly
tripod ured out all right In his1 day, but In The Hawaiian cable oA certainly all

> .,,',\5 their little_ differences: with, the pen beyond the! cork,suctionunder nu; air space these/time philosophy ,seems to be right These twd names were signed
axes shot- la formed which causes pretty fully expressed the two words to the first message to President ttooeeelt -
lftl if not then Jn
$ ,
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firm
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jrcan legs
); and holds the tripod
.. pressure. gain' and 'retain.' "-Chicago Record '\ and they came over whole: J. Ka- The Racket
I :l 4|l Uiai,. bowie-knives, tomahawks ant ly. Of course the rubber rim must be Herald / )lanlanaole, D. Kawananakoa. -New Store ;
But the cut on "a slant, so as to rest squarelyon '
',4 '1. iro i.!'l''should be used. ; York Commercial.
'" .).' *, the floor. THE DEATH PENALTY.: .. ri"7.
a' ,'oooxu; De..'. -' ?* I J. A. ZSXUC2KSOiyrv j
I"" A little thing sometimes results in PUTS AN, END TO IT ALL, Proprietor .
"':'. a t1! -'ditch Wbife'ieseea i .1 i :the best:Tra- (*,.,..* I.....r saving D.vla \ death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant A grievous wail oftimeS comes asa .
c of Stavong
I' Untat paper In theSon'tb'perhaps, I IIen.yrIDne.invented;: Norwegian machine which bas- cutS 'or puny boils have paid the result of unbearable pain from over- PRY GOODS SHOES. HiTS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JF.'rt1cli ;..
'l" g ban : a death penalty. It is wise have taxed Dizziness. Backache '
tWbMt "Unltecl< /while to organs. BY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSIC; ETC: .t5
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I' State ,
: in tie marvelous capacity fore/; making. the Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy. Liver complaint and Constipation .But Ii 1endan'f:. .

UM ltotroppli;haa'no'peer'iu'after.dtoonaraslism3r. : boxes In which' sardines and anchovies ; If* t e best Salve on earth and will thanks to Dr. King's New, Life Pills Agent for the SINGER; //be sheet Machine in tbe world.,.X1 Ie or ?: .."

I'tlid'stata:,I; J'Brother ;f;f..- are packed. hitherto' a skilled laborer : preveiUlcer t fatality,. when Burns, Sores,. they put an end to .it' all. They are Sewing.AIaebio s repaired and paris Inrnitlicd., .? ? ,
: '.. 't A > could mak"t about 00 tins per.ds, but and Piles threaten. Only 250,1. gentle but thorough. 'Try them. Only URIlIID.' ''0 y,,
Q. ,. ,,\Car-. f by ttx' use of tbJU jf acWne about 18,000 at'W: ,A. Allen,and G. 'W. Fisher' j 25c.1; Guaranteed by, W..A.Allen and Beat lid diet pest,BAfES .in the city. Baril
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= aNEW 00000000000000000000000000 Mr. Frank Cannon was In town Tues-

g I 'Society Personal day. -
SPITING 4 GOODSIn Hardware Qa ,

g Church and Homo Mrs. Charlie Miller gave an ana
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Ladies' Waists, Dressing Saqnea, Chilren'fi last week to twenty of per lady
Y' Ready Made Dresses, and The regular union temperance mass friends. The prize was awarded to
meeting will be held Sunday eveningat Mrs. C. A. Wood. Mrs. Archie Wood Glassware

THE NEWEST CREATIONSIN the M. E. churth, south. The pastor and Miss Stith assisted the hostess in b4 tG

will make: the address. Everybody the serving of the refreshments. Earthenware -4 1.
welcome.A ;,
MILLINERY -
Mrs. Charlie Wllllson.and\ two chil-
rare treat Is In store for the clti- EnamelwareAnd
dren from Sanford are here visitingher
zeds of DeLand tonight at the auditorium. -
As for the new Waist and Dress Goodi, I The incomparable "Quakers," mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. ,

cannot do justice to their beauty, so will the best In the South, will give one of O. F. Fish. Other Wares,

''i. ask you to come and see "The Prettiest their unique, masterful programs of A special service will be held at the :

t Things You Ever Saw" at song and mirth, in a way that satisfies First M. E. church Sunday morning,

the most fastidious critic. Thereis the occasion being the dedication of

r :F.: P. McEZIFOY"S.r :: no music so soul-satisfying! as that the new Sunday school room. Rev I o BIGELOI'8. ti't 't

rendered by a good male quartette, L. S. Rader, D.D., presiding elder of I -

2-S and the "Quakers" are fully the equalif Jacksonville district, will preach. I t

O not the superior of the Chicago Special solos will be rendered by Mrs. I r ,

--- Glee Club that so delighted our citizens Reese of Birmingham Ala., and Mr. OtoFO 1 O
y m4elsl@Ne04@eCO) ) <<))4I4KiCl 9i....m 4IC @Q@eec e <, I .;., a... .. ,, r
two years ago. The Quakers Croucher of Newark, New York. Everybody -

sang at Gainesville last year early In cordially Invited.
'' LOCAL & PERSONAL BRIEFS) the season, and so pleased their hearers I q
The Epwortb League of the FirstM.
d that they received a second call, I R
@ @ @@ @@@ @ @ @@ @ !@@ i@@Qt1@O ,. E.church an interesting lit-
-- -- ----- -- ----- and made that town another visit gave

t School supplies at Aliens' Phar At the Presbyterian church next later In the year. All who hear them erary and social at the parsonage
macy. are loud In praises of their sweetness, Tuesday evening. The nature of the I
Sunday, Miss Lutz and Miss Patrick
t' The season for quail shooting expired will sing a duet, "As Pants the harmony, comic portrayals and beautifully entertainment" was "an evening with I E ::.s'
Mr N. G. VanSant
today. Hart." Services begin at 11 a. m. modulated, blended voices. Shakespeare I '
Call on Marsh Bros. for anything thoroughly delighted all present with I
1 wanted from a well regulated mar- St. Barnabas' Episcopal church- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ware of Jack- his recitals from the great poet's PHOTOGRAPHS

ket. :Services! next Sunday, March 1st, sonville\ were In DeLand over Sun- works, the dagger scene from Mac- : E

J. W. Perkins has sold his home- chlldrens service and Sunday school day visiting their son and neice, who beth and selections from Othello being- air
stead near Haw Creek to a northern !10 a. m.; choral celebration of Holy are attending the University. especially well rendered. Miss Heard F7jv ,
I :
party.S. Communion with sermon, 11 a. m. read a carefully prepared sketch of I V
S. Marsh has sold his Interest Prayers every Wednesday and Fri- Attorney George M. Powell of Jack- Shakespeare's life and paid a very

3 the Manatee Record to his partner, day at 4 p. m. sonville, accompanied by his charm- ':' high tribute to his genius. "A Glimpseof
B. J. Farmer. !
Ing better-half, were the guests of' Shakespeare in his works" was the '

+ M. Davis' grove on North Boule- Services at the Baptist church on Mr. Powell's sister, Mrs. G. P. Carson, subject of an admirable paper by Miss E
vard is one of the pretty sights In will be usual In Sunday. DeLand :
Sunday as at 11 the over people are Gould. Quite a number were presentand
that end of town.T. Corner Rich and Bou1e.ard.O .
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morning The pastor will preach In pleased to learn of George's continued all expressed themselves as having -
J. Sparkman and wife have sold the "The success in his chosen profession I
morning on Holy Spirit; and
spent a profitable enjoy
wwt very
'l consideration to Lyman B. Baird J-5.: Lot 12, Beresford; The morning service will be followedby the law. He holds the responsible 1> able evening. +O FO'-0! Ioor-o+O l r12 z.o.z-o IYt 0-I!Od PFO+o t0

11 the ordnance of the Lord's Supper. itlon of referee in bankruptcy
41 J. W. Perkins has purchased fromS. 0-,1 Mrs. .
Wednesday afternoon W.
B. Y. the U. S. court In this district. -
P. U. meeting at 6.45: p. m.
W. Boj: ntou 160 acres of virgin pine M. Woodward delightfully enter-
land in the Haw Creek section.TUB : Things
Golf Mrs. I. A. Stewart has returned tained in honor of her friend, Mrs. G.W. J.bOOa, ] |
NEWS has on hand a very line Experts. from Kentucky, where she went sevral I: Scobleof Titusville. Progressive
lot ot round-cornered cards,. brlstol Quite a number of people went out
weeks to tend the bedside of euchre the Mrs. Via
ago was game, Maring < i iforBreakfasf
boards and commercial stationery.
to the DeLand golf grounds Tuesday
her father In his last illness. winning first prize. Refreshments
Real Agent'J. afternoon to see a between the I .
Estate Wetherell game %
? were served by the hostess, assistedby ;
bas recently sold for a party in New experts-Jack Jolly and George Ked- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKeown were Miss Ruth Woodward and Miss i
t b+ York, a tract ot turpentine land near die, both from St. Andrew, Scotland, over from New Smyrna Tuesday and
t 4 \Vinona to C. P. Jolly. Merle Scoble. Those present were
the scene of the ol lent golf grounds In Wednesday.
Marsh Bros. will be pleased to serve the world. Each of the noted players Mesdames Powe, Chapman Tiffany,
all their old customers and 1UU new Mr. E. U. Painter made an extra Osborne, Watts, Haynes, McDonald, Dinner and Supper
bad amateur with him. '
' + ones with the Uncut Beef, Pork, Veal, an playing trip to DeLand on Tuesday, to attend Rosa, Campbell I."ountaln'oodall, :::i w

Mutton, etc., In town. Mr. Keddie made a recordbreakingplay the annual meeting of the Old Settlers Miller, Scobie, Farrah, blaring, Can- V

For Loan.-$700 on good UeLand se on the DeLand course, making Society.Mrs. nons, Gross and Miss Daskam. at
ayy curity. First mortgage on improved 208 yards In one drive and landing exactly --
1 property only accepted. Inquire at on the green. He and Mr. Jol- Clara Rich was up) from Jacksonville St. Barnabas Guild met at the homeof

tats ottice.: left on Wednesday for Miami to the first of the week, visiting Mrs E. T. Gross yesterday.after- r

Brill has just received 300 boxes of\\IY In a tournament In which fifty I Mr. and Mrs.! Silas Wright, and her noon. Quite a large number were : ALCOTT'S.We

delicately timed Stationery wade: expressly players will take part. They will
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o' for his trade, worm 20 to 23o; .
but: DU price is only loc; per box. both return to DeLand next week and o..o-o-o..o-o oo-oO.so-o.a -o.o-.o.o-.o.o.o.o-o-.o-.o.o-.O ; 11i
play for a purse on the College Arocs: Mrs. Kelnhart's grove, In Broouievllle. links. DON'T BE DECEIVED ; OK>r-o l4I0+O-l-Oz.o.z-o S +o-looz.ol-C 4O+O+Oi04O'l
.. is symmetrical in size of trees,
which Have wale a wunucilul growth
the past few years, and show the result -I I Death of Mrs. lluyberger. I :

ot good care. News has been received In DeLand "All coons (don't) look alike to me, '. Bragon

on's house locatedon of the death of Mrs. which h
Mr. Boyd> now HaYbe ger, you, or anyone else. Neither are all -
North Boulevard opposite J. F. All- occurred at Saranac Lake, N. Y., on our
dis' house, adds materially to.the Florida meats tough; and if you will '
'Sunday, the 13th: lost., of consumption mrnr? '
of that neighborhood. -
', general. appearance from which she had been a sufferer only' let us we B R. ,

Mrs George Sauls, who has been for many. years.Gainesville WE CAN AND WILL U E
very ill at the: home: of her daughter, T T
Mrs. It. Co,. Bushnell, was convalescent versus Stetson.
1 yesterday. It is feared that she has The East Florida Seminary ball .
CONVINCE T
YOU
of her .
a cancer on the side race.r
team will come to DeLand this after-

lra Private mailing cards with local noon, and tomorrow (Saturday) mornIng 13 U E
5 scenes- for sale at Fisher's, Allen's of this fact.Ve have sale full line .,
j ana Brills. will play a game with the Stetson on a Y ? 'rh B R
team at 9:30.: This will be the Uni of Flue Juicy Tender Florida lice: I 1
Quaker Quartette at the auditoriums ,
versity's first game with an outside Also stock Western MeatsE.
+ toiuglit. Baseball game Saturday a complete
' ) morning and Spark's circus at ternooa team this year. Admittance, :25c.! "
and evening. Keep on the: go. t / E. L. McBride 4 ril On the

The body of...the late Rev. C. F. A. New Furnace for Public School.Mr. Manager. i' Alt Jl.JL 1 Corner. THE PEOPLES \ \

Bielby was taken from Its repository Wtshman, executor of the estate ..0..0.-0..0..0-0+0..0..0.-0--0..0..0.-0.-0--0..0..0..0..0..0..0--0.-0..0. RYLAND & SPARKMAN GROCERS: i 5 : ,
at his former home north of town and of H. D. Trask, has advised the ,
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moved tolhe at bt. Barna-
bas burch yesterday.sacristiy trustees of the DeLand public school laughter! who Is attending the Uni present. Mrs. Rosa assisted in the cVK frO>K>K>K>X>*OOH: : <>KW .

T. L. Dean of the Deanburg Dairy that he will, in accordance with the versity. Mrs Rich, with her husband serving of the refreshments. The .
WE ARE
of Mr. Traslr donate the fur-
< has about 60 acres under cultivation. wishes the late Captain John Rich, were next meeting will be held at the homeof
1.; Mr. Jean Intends to raise all the forage nace for the school building. The among the first settlers in this sec Mr. Frank E. Bond.
and hay be can, and will come new furnace will be shipped at once, tion. Mrs. Rich was the mother of

all very his near dl ck.to raising euougu- to feed and the trustees will have It Installed the first girl baby born in DeLand. Mr. A. M. Heath arrived from Chi- Sellillihhig (Ount)

immediately on Us arrival. She attended the annual meeting of cago this week, to visit his family.
A deed was recorded on Saturday -- -
Buckman master, the Old Settlers Society, held at the
from U. U. special
Hull Game Postponed Account Kalu. The ladles of the W. C. T. U.
to McNeil and Coachman, conveying home of Mr. and Mrs. Dreka on Tues gave Our Stock of
the lauds in Volusla county sold at j The Daytona public school ball team day. a Martha Washington Tea at the

Green Cove on February 2, by order came to DeLand on Saturday to playa home of Mrs. Patton Monday evening.!!
ot the court. The deed Includes about game with the nine from the De- About twenty couples participated Notwithstanding the rain, quite a
30,000 acres of laud. In a dance at the Club House IFlUIRNll1rllJIRIEas
Land public school. Owing to the Tuesday goodly number were present. The
Plenty of Peach: Trees, prices pleasIng storm all day Saturday It was Impos night. The party was chaperoned by rooms had been beautifully decoratedwith


Hail's, at Yellow E. H., .Haywoou's Messina Golden nursery None sible to play the game, and the Daytona Mr. and Mrs. William B. Fudger. The flags, grouped around a large vl

Better. Admiral SChley and other boys were kept here till Monday.It excellent music was furnished by Mrs. picture of the Immortal George, evergreens rapidly as possible to M

pecan trees. Other trees and vines. rained again Monday and the game 8pan ler. etc. Anagrams were the *!
Excellent time to plant. Wet soil, was called oil again, the score being principal features of the entertain- make for
low price. 2t Rev. D. D. Moore and wife, who room new goods.
I 17 to 0 in favor of DeLand. Arrangements : ment, Miss Ruth Woodward winningthe
Attorney Bert Fish, went to Jacksonville ': have been made to playa series have been guests at the College Arms prize. Next Thursday the ladles

a Tuesday on professional the busi-' of three games. The Daytona team the past two weeks, returned to their will go down to Mrs. B. F. Colcord'sIn 2 J.J F F. ALLEN & CDI I THEFURNITURE HOUSKOF '
ness. Mr. Fish is preparing papers home In Geneva, N. Y., on Wednes VOLUSIA COUNTY.
: to appeal the case of Emery Is composed manly, sturdy little hacks to spend the afternoon. 2 ,

Baldwin to the Supreme Court. Bald- | gentlemen who conducted themselves day.Mr. t7 hCNhO t O t PK1lOFD Ft1t01 O-OFO! F .
.
? win was convicted of grand larcenyat : well while In DeLand. THE NEWS W. S. Kadz was up from Jack- Mr. J. M. Hard of Atlanta, special ... "_. t.
last of court and sentenced h
the term Insurance
of the Continental
to five years In the state peni I hopes that our boys will prove as gentlemanly sonville this week on a visit to his agent&
tentlary. He Is now out on !bond, when: they go to Daytona, family.Mr. Company, was In DeLand on Tuesday.He DeLan.d
pending the appeal. I and It believes they will. went to Lake Helen with agent!
F. P. McElroy made a business Wright Tuesday morning and adjusted
---- -- ----------- to Dade Saw and Mills and Novelty Works.
". -- trip City the first of the week.: the Insurance on the dwellingof Planing

e Mrs. Ida Bowman, paying her ,. ,
1. :
,-- The Rev. Dr. D.. A. Chlsholm of $1000, the full amount of the policy. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. W

t- When you want North Sydney, N. S., will hold servicesIn Manufacturer of-
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St. Peters Catholic church On Wednesday; Mr. G. A. Dreka re-

, day until Easter. Week day servicesat every ceived a telegram from his sister, Dressed & Rough :Lumber: ,

t'A 7 a..m.; Sundays at 10 a. m. 'Mrs. Eva T. KllkofT, who is now a resident Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. '
Washington City, sending
i ; Cigarthat Will furnish plans and specifications and i
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greetings and best wishes to the Old CONTRACTOR & BUILUEK..
Mrs. Gross entertained a number of estimates. Special machinery at mill for .y w
her Kentucky friends at cards last Settlers Society. Mrs. KllkofT, who finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good: mechanics and guarantee -
er Friday afternoon. Cream and cake holds a wart} place In the hearts of first-class work In even particular. )
-- you can were served. all the old settlers, had failed to note PX

the change of date of the meeting of

Mr. John Fudger was In DeLand the society. POND LUMR ;COMPANY, +, sty x

Tuesday, and attended the dance at ,
\ EN0y Spark's: circus on Saturday. Take Ti -
> the Club House that night. the kids to.eee it. --EilOOC'1IQO: Ci I "

e Before purchasing Lumber, enll'at I our Yards at the Depot DeLand, 3' '* .?

oooo Prices on all Ends of5$. : ; t
select,one from
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; I i.4 Ir -. FOBYOU Cabinets.Photographs In Covers. Lumber Lath Shingles Flowing '-Cei 31' \

+ b .von 711 Splendid I Panels on Malden Board. : ,; ,_
t 'S A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards t .
4UVor e '
,. rwttoC Assortment Locket Pictures} Buttons and Easel..

ii'm.oool h mmoofc a&e Wt. Study to'Please. : Mouldings: Turning .. i ,W"I
wtn or to writ.tr, % tI .. _MISS. DEAL'S STUDip.: :' :< : :
; $
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? feouM, wttfc Mf.ue rot >*<>'*<>*<>*OO'K>*O'* I Brick,,and Everything in the Lumber,Line.- Order delivered. ..\, '1f" .\
$ 1 .L.aoaogtlN ... '. ... .,or.
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t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOU TA .

: TRAPPING ERMINE. JUDGE DAY IN? COLLEGEStories -THE L&DINGProfessional: -- IEE1)UNDItItSIIOTIIN8OFVUAP'Thu! 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA.)


THE OLD RELIABLE Dlflcrrnt Method For the Fall andBusiness XTOTICK la hercdy given that R. LLufbory
Grown ami Unity Animal 1uurclniHrr of tux certificate No. lad.: :l

5, The colder the climate the liner the About His Career at J Men dimmed the 7lb day of June, A.l>. 1UUW" baa Hiedaald _
baa :
vertlttvate In my ollloe, and inai.e _
fur, says the author of "The CJrentpHtFur application for tint deed to Issue ID aoooidanoe -
OY4 : Company of the World" In Frank Michigan University. -OF Dii LAND.MRa. .- with law. Said certificate embraces the c
/ following iteacrlbed. property. situated In Vo-
_A Lowllu's! Magazine, and the difficulties lualn county, Florida" towlt:
of obtaining the rare furs are many.mrn1ne VIDA BAEBECCB, M. D., PK of aw H Sec 80, Tp its H !B3 e, 80 acrea _
TRAITS OF DISPOSITION SHOWN. Die said land being H 8cnsed at the date of
J. Is at Its best wlion the cold Inmost the Issuance of such oeriltlcute In tbe name _
iutenBp the tawny weasel coat Physician and Surgeon. of Alt Harrla. Unn-su, unlit certificate aball
; be redeemed according to law, tax: deed will _ _
_ ,' turning from fawn to yellow, from yellow Moat Prominent Clinrnctrrlntlo off New York Ave., DeLaad, Fla. Office Hourai. IBRUK tbereon on the Sloth I day of Murcb, 1U03.WllDCBS .
to s'i'rmun and then to snow white 10..M to U M.I tu..aod'l'to"p.M.* my otncltil, slgn lure and seal tbll
,
-- j the Former Set-return tit !RtnteV the 27th ilny of.,. 1MU.
according to the latitude and the sea .bl'ual'Y8fM'
HIM S -lf PitlNc In Mailer .>( Ouliiiuii EO. A. DAVIS M. D., [Seal] D. ORDAN.Clel'k ,
G Circuit Court Voluala Co., Fla.
son.Fox -_Vn All<>K.*d liiMluiico of 111 1.1
lynx marten otter nnd boar tho and Surgeon
Physician ,
trapper can take with Kiwi traps of a Milliner off 1'rociirlMur I ut..rm"Unll.Ih'lIIlnIM Perlec NOTICE OK! APPLICATION FOR TAX
OOloeHouru: 8A.W.1012M.| 1 to 5 aDd Ito
size varying/ with tho ramp or even ('(>/1I( of .Iiidffc1/ WIDInni/ U. 8 P.M.Spuolal I DEED IINPEK SECTION) 8 \OF CHAPTER -

AKIN6 with the clumsy but i-lHrlcnt ilrailfnll 1I1I"s vrirotT In ('ollPK;:** iir* III (ourse of attention to mldwtfey and Office surgery In residence 4888 LAW OF FLOKID&.
Cnlla answeredmitanyhour.
hut tbo iTinlno m tlio fur.. of which IH nsoaslly 1'11\111 I ill mw .'lmim t I hit mi mo him liccn" Health Indiana Avenue, west of Court NOTICE la hereby given that H. C McCoy, '>
"" of tax certificate No. 087, dated
(Innin 'cd as tho fliit'Ht gauze, !brought I alien uiou I Into ]>m-i.l mmi <'iio, Houau.DR. the ard day of July' A.D. 1IWO baa filed '

mu list )lop linndlod, illIVITCHtly.Tho '. slimy, I lie "' |,"e'iit|!I| roiTCf-iuiiKliMit, of I tlio BY THE USB OP 4 Raid certificate In my omo", and has made application -
t '!' 4 for lax du"d to laaue In accordance
4 :I'I POWDER luinti-r going the roundn of his Now; York, I'(elt til \\'mmshml mmgtuii. lie IK j G. R. HUNTER, with 'law. Said ourtifloAla embraoea the (",. "Co

trrps lint noted Mirlcm" tiny t racks like KniiltmU: 01' ;.Mlrlilu''in I iiiilvcislty ami Dr. lowing described. property situated In Voluala .
Pierce's
A praotlllonarof itt years'iln New York Pity, county Florida, town:
_ Absolutely Pure tho dots. and dashes of the tclcgrajililcaliiliiiliot. !' while I here I Ih''l1l'ol'I II t time I I In ( In- family now locaTed on New York Aveuuo,opposite lot a}, lila 2. nil's add to Daytona .

1 ) Hire are little prints slur- 01' .Indiro, rnoli'.v. ; iifu-rvnnl tin- tilsthiKiilwln'il Colloire Arms Hotel.PreHorlptlnng The said land beliiK aa.viified at the date of

% THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ring; Into one n not her In a dash; theren plinlrrmiti ()l' the InUrstntecoiinncivo favorite : i Ivlntis. flllod Austrian at office. Homeopatblo med. of thn John iHaunncoof Kelton.auch Unless certificate said certificate In the name aball

dead. flop', A\ hrro tbi quick] eared I coimiilsxloii.I I I lily \viintlirn, be redeemed according J..w. tax deed will'

1 -- -- --- Htont lias jmiiHcil' v 1th bendy ('3'<'81\1..rt. mill now NIIU] / '<> of htnluro I ninl/ not pitrtlrtilnrly JOHN HACDIARMID M. D., lassie'Witness thereon my on olIlclHl I time I Both olffimtiire: day of and March seal i 100J.this

.. for gtiowblrd or rnlitilt, ; here, again, nclonr iul>i lI"t> loultliiK, I Imt H im-)' a mid tbe :271 b da> ofFebntmary, A D limed.Seal .
how to C'l Clintelitlne.
: \ nn 1 blank I Ihc> now ""I<'retho'rnfty I Physician and Surgeon.A ("' ] BAM'LU. JORDAN,
on
of sl 11'OIl't'Itlllll' with a lair taste for Prescription
A weak point In the luia-li wovn ,steel; 1 Clerk Circuit Court Voluala ()O., Via.
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embroidered chatelaine IMHH l III that little fiutager lins ..111 below the lltlitsuiTnoo out of .iloor KiioilM' I'ctni'rlnlly I running I General Practitioner not a Specialist.Otllce .

.. and wrlt): "'.1 forvnrd like a I niul Jumping, and, not II lnul I bull i jilnycr. over. Fisher'Drug Store. Hours i 9 to
once tarnished by dauipncHs or salt; air, Mr. It. A. Alshrook. of 1 4 and
Auntln LoiloVa 12: ; to 7 to 8. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
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slIlIl,,', to dart with a plunge\ (if his Ills 1 o't .Ii-iim.jms ci -t'ii.
their brlKUtucHi\ cannot bn restored." A up ) jim (smims" mmm Elm Co., Ark.. nrilcn : After five 1II01llhi of
8 OF!
DEEII UNllEli SECTION:
fangs Into the lii-nrt 1 Mood of tho \unwary tic hid Roll' In ttci's ofopinion. (great miflk-rhiK with female weakness I .
wat iiulse lUll 8, MUNSON M.Homeopathio
,
; suggestion for tho Improvement of tarnished .
A. FLOR
) / write this Tor the c.iti.'fit of utlivr Hiitrerera. CHAPTER 4888 LAWS OF
T steel work Is to uso biirncO 1 BIIOW bunting.IVoiii There. WIIM nothing. aggressive from, time unme" uflliulun( I doctored with I IDA. ,

alum. Burn HOIIIC alnni nnd pnuiul( it I the length/: of the lonps thotrnppcr or liitm, |>tloun I nliout" : him tint n Judgment ; our family phyHii) inn witliout any good reHitlt Physician.
Hfi my htiHltiinil urged" niv to L>r. C.
.. try la hereby rIveD that Thomas .
c fine .and)( sift through: ('ofl r80 muslin; apply ) Judges tho ago of th(' erinlno. The OIK'O 1'OrlllCltVII8 HUlUl'U'llt for Hcrci-'n mrdniiim; -which I did, withwtkrfml Office second door south ol Flaher'adrug storeOffice I NOTICE lhuton and M re. C. A. Hall purubaaeia -

with soft brush., Powdered full grown cniilno bus hair too coarse him till Hniuu, <>m> could) LI'III111m/ a reMiIti" 1 I.... complt-tcly" cured.I Hours lOtoliA. 11.1| a to5tmutihtO of Tax Certificate No. lettOM datedtho (
dry a .
took four bollli-H of Dr. llcm-'a Favorite timed.
8P.M. Nth day of June. A.D.! 1811$. have said
_ ak burned alum can bo bought\ 0 tl drug to bo liiinniii'd by n snare. If, therefore I first late ron>>oii fur cl.iintfln! It, mid it ITexillplloii., ; four nf lila '(;0"1..11 Medical certificate In my oltlco, and have made appliciitlon -

store. Kiiiery powder well rubbed on.will tho tracks Indicate a full ...uwn wilde no vlslhlu dllTcrcnce to bliuwhether Discovery'' mid twovlaln' or hut 'PleaiautPellvlH' for tax: deed to Issue in accordance
_ _ t W. 8. TAYLOR with law Mul.l cc'itlticHte embraces. Ibo fol-
tho
alma 1 the suspends noose JJR.
a trnppiT I Ills
often remove( small! spots of tarnish/ ) ( foinpiiiilous geiivrimllysiimxre.1 The Common Sense Medical Adviser lowing dearrltird property sItuated 10 Volunla
('II steel. Hither; application needs thoroughness of a looped, twine or wire across timerunway it or nut. lie \\m very fctmltOUH 1008! large in county Florida' :
pages
from n bont twIll, which, when tlioiiali, not Iiolonxlu In time "gnih"category papercovt'rfl. SurgeonDentist.Office ,- or o( ueJ-iofr.wM nud of ne Vt of
P In using. \ ; is sent free on receipt of 31onecent nwki Section :-.Tp; IH r>, wJ E, 30 acrea.Tbe .
L rclonsc.l I. fiprliiKH) upnnrd\ with a jerk and his 'ijulut unclfuMlroinn stnnips to pay expense of over Flsher'a Drug Store, DeLand, Fin said laud biliiir iiaaeased at tbu date of

i How to Stop Illnjr..N ('r..n1
- I .; Crcnkliig can bfi iulcUly cured by anil Klninsli'H it. withIn hliiiHcIflicu IIP piefurred > Buffalo: N. Y.BRET. JAMES E. ALEXANDER. bu ndufiued aucoidinir to law, tux ile...d wil '

dropping n llttlo oil on tho hinges or n If tho trucks arc like the prints of a rcllcctloii' to coiivi-rvntloii werou Jell.l iso." thereon on tbe tub day of Marcb A .

,,; N little bit of'nK..lIn does eiimlly| wril.k' baby's fingers, clone and siull ii. tho I )liar to Mo tmikliiK/ liny "PI'Y'lull'Jlt AttorneyatLaw.Will Witness my olllellll.llnlttre and seal thla

Black It.atlill another. excellent, remedy trnpiM-r, hopc-B). to capture n poll nt for atimeutim porsoniil'' I iittathtiu'iits among hl.s fel- HARTE.Bret Practice In State. and Federal' Court time Oth day uf ', D.II.

1 and 1>11thnt" can't bo got< t "t with ) cloak. Perfect fur would ho lows, tlioiiKh( nil hrlil him In rcKpi-ct.' LAND Ottlcos, FLORIDA.Rooms 1 laud 2, Brush Block I>c- Clei' (Seal k Circuit) Court SAa'L.. County. lift, _

: un ordinary brush can generally\ In ninirrd, by the twine snare so the trnppcr Tin p\iirt' "'Hnlon of" Mr f I Dfly'8 lure nlwn.vH Ilnrte left only $1,800 and a

_ _ reached with a bhuk lead\ pencil.How / dovlwos ns' cunnlnm/ ilcntli for the liniuvHKt's' tlrm obsorviri with the Uanio that: Is sure to live. Boston EUT WfH,
.
-ruiliio ns tho ermine! devises' when' it notion of iiifliiiK'luil.r. a mmmi l It In not I till Globe.Bret. B NOTICE OF PPLirATION FIR TAX

'0 Make <'..rk>4. Kit. dnrtn up through/( tho snow nnd fixes Its II Hftcr nr"|lilt] I iitii; I\l'fl! him it 1'11'1'11..1. l pretty Ilnrte left nn estate which was DEED UNDER 1.TlIN 8 OP CHAP1KK48H8 -
Attorney-at-Law LA\\ S UK FLORIDA.NOTICE .
i It a cork should he too largo\ for tho ftpcnrllkc U'dli I In the throat of u rnbbtt. I vi-Il Ilinl, thu dry, cjutilnt\i ii U loon vnluiHl nt .fl.SdO.<< Ills l publishers can ,

/' neck of a bottle, drop) it Into boiling/ First ho smears Ida luinlliiK\ / knife I licliiml I tUi1 soli. 'inn e.\pre. ..sl Mra. C. A. )
for three minutes aud It will be with grease; then he lays It across tIme and tin-re. tho. <.'1\ II or Criminal biialncu given careful HKI. purchuHeraotTax
Water I On I cliiMi: day of VVorl.llleraM.I atteutiou. C. nlllcaio' No HIKft, <... ... 50th day
louud to lit finite easily. track. Tile little ermine coinos' trottingIn tho cl.isi of IsTii, In which l>ny beloiigeil Hrut II.lite, wrote pathetic stories of June A L). 1,\ bus ninl saId cwrtitlcute In

_ ; \ : dots and dunlies and (gallops and I ;: (lime "pruiiliot") rend a poetical hut the most !pathetic many story connected JAMES W. PERKINS .my.... ole..and" In sccuiuticc'uII.I. applicatIon with law ton RuiitcerllticiiLe tax .
dives to the knlfo. Tho knife Is fronted i'uzlhraces the following duscrlbeil
telecast of the piirpors of the wevcral
END OF BITTER FIGHT. ,
with his life Is that he died poor.Sterling .
Bltunted la Voluslil lorldu
like Ico. Ice the wmlno has licked i, soho properly county ,
graduate! "elect, lulilclj these! lluos' lo-wlt
Standard. :
"Two physicians li.ul long iil) slnh'j. -
.4 a a Attorney-at-Law.
licks tho knife. But chin, fur thorcsiMnblnnco occurml: Lot ii and< w H of n U Section 2, Tp 188,
it- born fight( with an :nbccss, on my rightlung" --- --a Ititiiire M E. IUT .."res.'lh..lllllld .
1 between Ice and steel"1 Icoturns
writes J. F. J Hughes[ of> DuPmit.Ga. Day It a ilismnl undertnkcr, drives a SolicitorCilmlual' Court of Record. Will I mac-; : being n ai'Baed nt Ib.dale of
i to watl'l'11111..1' the warm tongue; I rtinhlnu trade, SUICIDE PREVENTED lice. In all, court within the State or Flor ancli certificate In name
"and gave me Ill). Kver)l hi>ndy I steel turns to Ore that imlistersanti. holds And< also' ilrlvus a solemn) hearse keeps 1 h.. sirlling|: I i annoiinrenient hat aprctcnliie ida. Ulllce over Volualit C'ouuly liank. of A Hue Pal'ct'. Unlena Butd certificate ahull
thought my time hail:. .cnmc. As a last: i i cciii tie roiuly, mudi, i of suicide, had been discovered be rc.t"etnud ucconllnK to law, tax clued wtltissue
resort I tried Dr. King's New Disi-iw- tho foolish little stout by his Inquisitivetongun lie a.KertlH.H to look sal and weep-hlmBdf. will interest A downsysiem 'TOLUSIA COUNTY thereon on the tub day ol 11..I'ob. A. D.Vitncasuiyon1cliilBitfnuturc '
a hopeless) prisoner until tho ut leiiHt many. run ABSTRACT COMPANY ttoa.
for Consumption. The benefit I \
tmd
_: ery 1 or despondency invariably precede seal tbls
,9 trapper comes. And furnish mourners If required at just Hie lib ol tebrnur A
received was striking and 1 JVa'! on my I six jilts uplt'co. suicide! and something, lias been B. B. WILSON( U>J>AQER. ( ilny V.II.ISIIIJ .

; feet in a few days. "Now I've entirely! A rtunlnt Old Cimlom.A He )kiopH" n mining, engineer to scoop tho found that I \\ill i I I present that condition Abstracts furnlaheil and titles perfected. Court VOIUHIU County, ... .
; r'\\ regained my health. It .conquers' all n..rr..w"roveM; which in.-ikcs suicide< likely At the Next to Volujia County Hank ,
Coughs, Colds and Throat :111'] I .ung London shop assistant snj's: "It Is The Bi-coiilnit>' IM time pleaaant' part that Mr. first thought\ of self destruction" take eaud. Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION) FOR TAX
night to out to the AVattua/ playn.
duty
troubles. Guaranteed my every go
A. Allen
byV. I F.lei-lric, liitters.: It bring a great tonic DEED UNOrR SECTION 8 tIPItAP'I'Elt
- and G. W. Fisher druggists. Price 500, rent of the )premises nnd fire oil nn old It might lime )boon tile pnlnful duty and I nervine will strengthen the nerves A. H. HUTCHINSON, ( 4888! LAWS (OF FLOR

and $1.00. Trial bottles free.TIMELY flintlock pistol. This curious custom of hi* hlo -riiphers to record.1 Day's failure and 1 Innlil) up the system. It's also agreat Public. IDA.NOTICE'. 0

S dates back to the huddle of, the eighteenth I to get through, college. In iimthoiimtlcti : Stomach.: Liver and Kidney resiul.ttor. \ Notary Is Hint Abraham M.

TOPICS. century. Our fchop) DOW III n he was!: If not a Uull scholar, at (July soc. Satisfaction guaranteed Dealer in Real Estate. ...b..r'b'llv'n,, | of Tax Certificate

crowded north London district, was In least a must" uninterested one. lie by \V. A. Allen :and G. W. Fisher No. 712, dated this ;Jot day or July A. D., DMA,
baa tiled I auld tvrnflcatv In uiy office, mind limos
t The Naval academy authorities! might those old days )practically In the country i would, oMMTuiue his dllllcultles by dogged druggists.One I l Taxes paid and a.HeMmen' attended to foinonrealdenta. nirt.lv: ui>plluut.Ion tor "I ileeo to issue lu HCcordunue -
..
.s profitably consider whether breaking", a and it wns the custom of time then hued vorlc, hut It wns nhviiys a --- UoLaml. loilnwlKK with law ileocrlbed Bald cvrtlfluHie piopt'i'ty, situated euibracvaIhu lu

cadet's Jaw Is "hazing" or n penal of. proprietor who wns n timid eccentric hateful tnsK., ami ho um.lo no secret of Volualil county', Klorldu, t.i-wlt: j, ,""".'

I fense.-New York World.' man to lire a pistol off every night to the faet. lie ,ill.l. iniiniige to got W .ul uH-IUtbaof milk Ci, Lake Ret V. .-W ,
1 Cent Word T. ALLEN M. D., Pii.D. The BHKI, land being' HHaenxcO ultlieduteuf a
lot tho would be Know ho tlu-ough ninl with reasonable UunJIng a E.
The peach crop In Connecticut N the burglar was / u the 'laxuiuife of such ceitlllcalu tnlbu immu
I armed null for him. Thliik- tills line of .it H. P. IHLnnd. Unless. auld vertlllcatv shall
prepared' on Mn.ly, though another :
: first In the Held to bu killed 1 by tho Oculist and. Aurist.DeLand bu rc'deemc'd acvuidlua: to law, ttut deed will: '
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his toin such seeing ul1'lI( II' UiM'iitcnc.l'.l for while his .
1:00l10no.
InK cu n n
IHHUH Slim
on tbo of March
-I frosts. The other states will follow as A.lxciIlni'iiipnlRol' tiMiwonlHor, able un.lertlil4 to"r'ol day ,
that bis shop was never attempted, he cliii mice of gnttlu.itIon.I MOlldays,over Allen' Drug Store A. l I'. 1" .
usual.-lia 11 luioro A luerlea n. I lirii.l liiH.'il..l. I'u,'I 0I::I g 1'1'WOIIl::: >, ofllclal and
stnted lu.! bU" will Hint time custom: I It apiirnrH I Unit \\lillo ho wns a seniora cimb III' inlMiiife I l'II..h 'liiB.Tllon. Ko aol\''' "- Orlando Wednesdays Liirtlguu'a lloueo WIII'S' iny of }I.br algllllnr" ..1 this
.. We have horseless carriages and t lNi'iiiint4"' nrt t'|.tt'ti I lor k'...a I Immi n ]Ucenta.. Ooala Tburad Mont t % : .
should bu continued which has alwaysboemi group of ini'nilicrs of his elans' got i iya, "sums ((8iai i.i'J JORDAN,

wireless telegraphy. Now, If some 1 carried out although of course tip A I lim")omiiie' on I Ihe pingriiiiiino of Galneavllle Saturdays, Urown HouamiTHE Clerk CI'cul Court ot Couuty, Fla.Motlvtt .
genius would i.nly: Invent noiseless city FOR RENT. I
i1 we do it now merely to ktfp up nquiiint tile Junior exhibition.i I Sueli publications. ;
Btreetsl-New York Tribune. 'lit II INI-.m: ll-;..; i' II"\'III'd| I north of o'. Attacliment
old custom. wpi'o ngnlie I st< I lie It's of I lie university I I711
mum '
Th far famed "European concert" I imi'Miy., 'nut. nMiiMl.' Ai| |"'ly to C. O. ID Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
I, mill ufT"lIo'I'K'l.I.'\ .. often severely' I ",."'11111''''''. WAVERLY Clreul1
possibly might not be any iiioi'o Sill County! of Volunlit, SI ate or I
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HIM Anful ( ..rl.. It). ptniNlie.1.. tn) this oprnsloii the faculty
I saful-lu"au American venture, than FOR SALE. HOWERY AVE. DEL AND James E. Alt'xantierl
: 'FLA.
A with her Hill.I child I unido .' I III 'si I ; M
wointiu ; s.'ii, a a "s.'iii'i'liliig; \ ( lgmthoii, lluullyroiiinlln vs. 5 *2mo.

"our worthy friend MiiMcagnl luis' been. of four jenrrt of! life, I Inquired( nf a limn 1 U 1' a lot ol', t the ioung fellows t'1": ;" SAI.r.-liiii-I i Tjpuwilti-i.. !. mi" t'omut.utHiM'iiinl Now open for the aeaeon lU-. :!-i.; Table ..upI.d J. A. to""et..I'HE ) M

Chicago Trlbuue. eta nil I hg I In tutu, of our rallroiid I / 1 Matl.uis, ninl I pnltliiK' I them tI.I'ollh. ; n Hro ofqtieKtl.ins I I 11:11I.11"I u "'ii' ', IX'l.iin.l.__ ._ _I"haI'm __ .. with I lie bt-attlic markutalfoida.Terms l..f""d..n..J., A.i Scarlett. la hereby no.

: 'That consumption can be ('xUI'Inl..lseems nll I SA I.i'r': t '''1,0 IIOIIHIlimn, good t tHtalilt' reasonable. by attilt'huientliastmcen
"Ctni you tell mo what tlum time next ninl I ero s ipieslious l ', II tierI 1 Inatltnted iiRulnat bi. ou thi- following deaurlbeil .
to bo. for but llll>' lllt'w, hlud I tor I tool' ; livsu.ns .
too good hoped' MRS. M. U DRAKE ,
train leaves' for Scrnutnii I I woril. retiring' to a )prlvnte ioi'>m to discuss 'liin.t., : rlty I water ,un.l uooil ; ,i( Proprietress. 8w1-Ioftlmoawl.4of piopurly
.amulluox. lit no longer; / Il'l'r"rdl..w. "A t ..liiuti'M Hi.' reKiilU" I I ami i fni'iinilale Jiuli- I Ii i. ..K, :-mix': "I Aliii I ot S.'c2t. TIB 8.11.TOE,
t-t-wenty iii-in 1> P-II/Illt/ a folly acre UOi, and thu 1-2 of
I, I I'. M. Mra. 1. J. llroknw.O oootlllnlnl .
I IHk' 01
ffever has I been controlled, ami dlphthei'ta ltl! Ii,, hn ln.iih'i'nl| i 11. of Sec 5, Tp S> K. oon-

f-fuur. About fHe niliiiiUs Inter Kim Iiient. Siiiinliodytni/\< I n is I It that ------ ---------- ---- --- t tC MELROSE HALL 1 J i a
has been partially. disarmed.CANCER I.- agulll put time oiimo '1\1<'1<11011 to time I III)' was. tin* hum II- Riiu; :.;i'sted that I the C lAsh: .. Inl: ; ':<'1'1-/1.1.10..1.:/ flew,t..rsomleibeo.p. Florida.nlnir twenty acres, all 'olu.11 county,
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Sal aim limn, nnd I ho. 1"'l|'en ted tin* sa mimeammsser Htu.lent "susiects"' should, !bite a hole .. -- MRS. W. W. ALCOTT, PROP. Now iinloss, you ..bal appear to the Acton
on tile flint May, A. D. 101)3.
CURED. lu till Sit ilI5 st stutterlii \\iL%'. through; limo Hour of time, iipnrtinont In REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.II merit by duluult will bu taken' against you.

Mr. \V. \V. PricKctt. Sniilhficld III., When she l npprotiched. him I fur tin I Hilr-1, I whleh tlio fuenlty eoiiferenco. wns to -- --- < ---- -- -------- Open the Entire Year. Wit iit'aa my hand: and, time, B.'UI ut said Court

'. writes Sept., 10, igoi : "1 had; been suffering time with the snuio 'inery, l lie "tumid 1 to he li.'lil.. TlilH was ilono; t the I entile, jiroucre -5 Iii: Oil; hot S.\11",11.,1.1 LK", :I-Ten i witter 105""R.1I"IIr; liirifu' yard I'nlMrHltji -; tbla[Seal Htb day) or Ftbi'uary SAM. A.'D.L u.IWrH.JORDAN

several years with a cancer on her: "W-\\liy do y-y-jou n-u-nsk mess e..lill//:: noleil. ilown' by hkl.len. piiii'iv'. I last tniiiiiiu. : Into, ln'iiiIIIH, etc. W. K.M.iweix. *tl Opposite lo *lo per the week College A Arm comfortable Hotel. family Rates. fbi Circuit' Court!. Vulu.laColulv. Fla.
Pope & POPB and U. .
my face, which gave me great annoyance -HO in-many t-t-times? I I n-n-nl- 1'1I\h'ul'I"'I'H| a )Inn''Ics.no[ on the __ .. >Stt.. hotel; good table. Attorucya O Complainant.HO .
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and l unbearable itching1. I sis: m.'i'lliijias I mimi Ilio l'of.'H' II'olt j jSAIr.
rendy t t-tuki l you t-t-twlco.! i prepared, a (> ( :--15 iiereH liihil & oloureil' and

tt useing Ballard's Snow Liniment fur' a "I know }'oti did" piled, time wo- fiors were lu-lually put Into an rlillctilous I "e.l, f tore leg, and through accident I I In lien" 'IO wll.l.I to WILLIAM .
an 1'II"I"rl'et'L. Apply
I that I to their
a light sine ownfaces DEED UNDER
mnn. "but. my little boy likes to see _, ISKKT.: liehunilBLACKSMITH. SECTION 8 OF
rubbed some of the liniment on the you work your mouth."-I'lillndelphlu they dropped) ? t the wlmlo In II I to'r. .. MBB. a. B. DAVIS, PROPRIETRESS: CHAPfER 4888, LAWS OV FLOR- !
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cancer, and as it gave me almost instant Ledger. This" illiect milliner of )prudiilag In for- : IDA.

relief, I decided to continue to I mutton ,I"hth'1111"' only n forerunner \ No (21 Boulevard. la hereby given tbat R. B.

use the liniment on the cancer. In a Stilt (.....rul. of t the tact irs employed.. nearly t thirty at.M per dAY; 87.50 per week. Special rates NOTICE .. of Tux Certificate L"rbry.' ,

---a 14 short time the cancer' came out, my "Vet' poor' old, sport wbcn IIP had )'I'III'A 'Inli-r In Washington, !tll time __- -__ ___ ._ -- I to famlllea or for 89l18on. auld dated oertltlcatu tbe3dday la or July<' A.D. I9UO, baa filed
face healed 'up l and, there i is nut the ----AIMO II' my< 'e. .lIdlh. made
money be hud n good time but be wentbroke. cause of Dnjniy tlo Lome and tho fatallettet' plication for tax deed to .....ap
slightest scar left. I have implicit faith with law. Said certificate embraces the following
in the merits of this preparation and it ." WAGON SHOP TURNER HOUSE, described, pi.ipi.rly situated In Volu' .
.. I ala Florida,
be "Then starved? county towit:
cannot too highly recommended.
Be4 of neM Bee B 83
4tL 2Sc 5<% and 100. For sale by all drug "I should Hny not. Ho secured a THREADED NEEDLE IN BABE 'A' All klnii.. 01 Repairing -OP. T ALL THE YBAR: Ihu aald land ..flr" at e.the 40 dale acrea ol

gists. 2. splendid position In a swell boarding I I )Done Promptly and at Corner New York and Florida Avenue, th91.a"1100 or. the name of
-,2h I I house." 1 Knot on the !Skin Lend. to a StranwaWhile i1 l1ooDbie Prtcea.. DeLand, Florida. 01..1 he Uoatrlirbt said cerilflcate
redeemed
according; to law, tax deed
III
1 :{..: ""'hnt doing?" I lIst' .ry. Location iileaaaot, healthy and bomellke. will Issue thereon on the jiitn day of March,

'! 1." A DIPLOMATIC BLUNDER. "Just hns to sit around In tlio I boarding n tcii-ni.iiith-old child. of ITnr HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. Ratea, 11.80 per day. Special rates by the .i.W.llD A D. tIol. official' .
my signature and
.i-c..., I house parlor posing as the stnr ry JIcI\liili-y nt Hurnhaiu uvur Lewiston !> week. E. T}. Mcl.lOD: Prop. .,??day? February.. A I 1). IMXi lea tl.

:. r.__. That terrific creature the British lion boarder, meanwhile complaining loudly I'll.vii cioeping-nhoiit tho leer SCOTT JIODGKINS> Clerfc[HKAD circuit, Court SAM'L ot VolnalaCountr.FUu D. JORDAN

;. ''a la the present Instance but too plainly before prospective boarders about the on J nil. 0 It wan heard I to utter a BENNETT HOUSE,

I become the Ueruiau tame cat.-St. bad case of gout contracted sereniu, says the 1'hlliuIvIpMu, I'ross.Tho NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

t James Gazette. Baltimore Herald. tnotlior could find nothing wrong Now OPEN MBS. v. M. BENNETT, PROP. DEED UNDER SECTION g OF CHAP.

y Whoever believes that by the Joint thCI'O'-1 with the thilil, hut ho eontlr.nuil to glvo! New Toik DeLand Florida. TER 4. LAWS OF FLORIDA.

action of England uiiil Germany against Love Super.tltI.. evliloneo of mill'erlnu until (the other avenue J: HEREBY GIVEN that Jack
> Hatea SI to 13 per day) Jfl to ell ....e"Lepeclal j. Baldwin, purobaier of Tax Certificate
.' Venezuela English dispositions toward In parts of MussuchUHetts) it Is niornlmr, when the mother saw a smith per o.11.dated tbu 3d day of July A.D baa

(J'; Germany have grown belter Is profoundly thought that If n gill puts. n tibet uf hhielc pot, on one of the clilld'H hips. Hotel Putnam. rates for famlllea or for aeaaon. appll3ation filed certlficKteInmyolSue for Tax Deed toleau5 and ac"11.. |
rdln
mistaken.: -Die Zelt Vienna.It southern. wood down her back the (IrHt This proveil to he n knot OIl tbo end of to law. Bald certificate' emb aces the followIng .

: la Ullllcult to see what the govern I boy slio meets will 1 be her liuslntnd. In I n hl.it-k, tliroiul.When H. C. HAVEN County desorlbed, Florida.towjti properly I situated 'J. Vlu""

A Went bH8Tgutu by Ignoring tbe l IUHMOU Boston If u marrhiKenlile. woman puU tho mother tried to remove thu DeLan.d: Fist.V. SL*,* (if ne>< "' 51k' ill Lake Helen.

:very plainlytanglit! ns In China-that a bit of southern wood under her pillow thread I. Hli..) fi>nud it was of oiiid era- this issuance. saUl land ur beIng assessed at the date of

the "first. .lie Lie length,/ She became frightened on<1 Artesian Well Contractor Bah certificate In the name ...
Oerruuuy is not a particularly ileslrul on retiring, limn sees \ P. or Wellhiigton Goudwa] Unless said Oer-tift-

1-i >lo partner for, Eneland In business In the tuoi-nbig will, so says time superstition called in a nehilihnr. Tho two women CHASE cate shah wlhilp.mup be retitemedaccorijlng. to law Ta

: matters of tkU' description.-I'ull Mall be the one whom she !.* to tuur- lifter mm,uelm illtlletllty Hureet" >di<.d lu ;getting Dealer Dee, AD.l_.b..lon. On the 18II '
t out n 'long thread with a needle Proprietor. to Aermotora, Tank Witness my oliIoisJ signature and seal

Qaaatta._ _ ,. ry. _ nttnehed. whkli bad' evidently, entered and Pumping Machlneijr the 13th, day of February A. Li. 19451.rSEALI thl
-- - ------ RepairingPumpi Windmills etc. ( SAM'L D.JOItDAN
-1 J{ WEAK AND LOW-SPIRITED. The Q.... tlon. the chlhl's, llesh" nml worUetl, Its way Clerk CIrcuit Court Voh..la County Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOU '..f.X111.ED DeLand Florida.'
; "I have a perfect horror of marryIng Into I tlie body until Its progress wns'

A. Correspondent. Thus Describes his a poor ninn and living In n small Will" stopped by tho knot on the end of the I UNIEiCIECTION B OP CHAPTER NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX -
OF FLORIDA.NirtlCK .
LAWM
4388! DEED UNDER SECTION 8
: Experience."I tli rend.. UF OBAP-
I shall
1; i'i; "But darling, grow. la hereby irlvcin that D. B. Paxton TEN 4888. OF FLORIDA.
s can' strongly recommend Hcrbine "Ah bnt will you develop Qnnnclally .... of tax certificate No. 68U 1au Famished Rooms LAWt
i$3.. a medicine of remarkable efficacy fast I develop lu social ambition Ellen of flit. 9lf><.i>lna !SIcklK. ...1 theJJn.l day of Juno, A.D. !Item, baa filed 'MOTICE I. given thaI H. L. Lutbery
an ? purchaser
a, or Tax
o, for indigestion, loss of appetite; sour -LIfe. Father Iliimlokm.: a Belgian missionary Halt plli'Kllon I rn'rtllleatmm Pie lax lo deed toy ollloe to I..ueI, and. ha, accordance mad ap- dated the 7tb day or June Ctrtjjiota A D., No.1M.169.

J"'S'Jf'iJ. tasto. in the, mouth palpitation headache nays that lu one vlllnxo of timeICongo with law. SaId certitlcnte fmbracea the (ot. To Let ale Md. oertfo.t In my oce,and ha, ba
) drowsiness after meals with..distressing 1.'r"o State I'o mowing dpacrlhed' property situated In V'oluala de d to liau.Tin aoooMl. ,
d l: In No Ilorrj1.Flibbcrt ( over thirty Lava Florl.lM, to-wltl alice Wmtb law. Bald certificate embraces the '

: mental depressions and fowl -Your rich uncle says he been stricken with tho sleeping sickness county.Un44tntInWMOtflWi1S0 84, Tp' 13 ., B f1\eals 25 cents luslia following county described Florida property, aUI.t tl Vo
towib
.apirits.. Jlerbin must be a unique till a, 45)acres. '
", wants to be cremated. now 11I"\'III..lIt there. They were The aald """t being *a.rf ed at the date of S4 of sw S. 0 29. Tp lits, Range 1.losers.
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-- _' prcp*r tlonlfor cases such as mine for Gnngtelgh-Yes, but lie Is In no hurry fine, healthy, Intelligent negroes but the bauance of aucu certificate In tbe name tim'ihu. Issuance saId land of being assessed al data ot .
r lew, dose entirely removed com* of Hi-. W. V. Hpeucer. Unieaa Bald certin- luob certilleats In the name
my
about It.-Boston Transcript are wasting away to skeletons from Afs. :E. ]N. A1exqrdetiMrs. of 8.0. tnlessaaldcerilnoaushmm
> comic chill bu redunmcd acoordlna to law tax [ \ Manalo.
: .\ .r.\ .ptafnt I wpnder peoplegOlllg.. on the effects of the disease. b to ...
TiieIreyebmue deed will lianA. thereon on tbe atlh) day of I ..ocnln. I. ta de.will
.' 'r...... .offering or spending their money on The price paid to quiet conscience become yellow<< theIr lips ashen March A.D. IUOO.Wltitfue .3. :BqBois I.ue hereo 8b 4a, 0 Warl. -
', '' torthless things, when Herb l is proCurable my ollloial *'tgnature and seal this M.( 11
few gray they bare grown dull and stupid .my 010.1 $lfnature and
bottle at keeps might/ people poorv-Cblca- :2holsyofbebrUMriA.D.IOl3 thCtbdey0f ..u.
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and cheap. C., .
,; ,, bt..to 5 a. 80 NeW1lo .. --J Jx and stumble when the/ walk al>vut. fgeal) Cu'CaJt Coon.SAM'L Yolusia D. Joaur.aerk eo., VIa. tarGodfrey: ; House! 'L (S8f 8AW'" D.ll.. .Oa04 3-S
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