The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i 4!:. VOL. XVIt NO. 11. DE LAND FLORIDA MARCH 13 1903. \ St.OO ** ADVAMOKt

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.J; t Monthly\ Session. gi o Regular Meeting |g o For Protection of gg .

i (!i:'" o g.. County Fathers S O City Council \g o Game and Fish o l p There's a Difference = ,.4-- ; There's more than J' 4

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sort of Butter
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0" meeting of the Board of members of the Council = .
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: 1': Commissioners was heldon present at the regular meeting( was held at

'X, ':'. Monday and Tuesday last. The meeting held Monday night, as follows New Smjrna on the 10th day of

.Jf.'r: ;,,.,.: account of the meeting was' crowded : Councilmen Powe Wilson, March, 1903, consisting of a delega- OUR EGGS d OUR BUTTER IS
w.:: <' out of the last issue. Those present Woodall, McElroy and W.ood. Mr. tion from New Smyrna, Daytona, Se- ,

'':,;,:..' + were: Chairman Bond, Commissioners McElroy was elected chairman pro- ville, Ormond and DeLand, for the

__ Brooke, Rodgers and Murray. I tern. THE NEWS was as usual the purpose of organizing a society for ARE FRESH THE BEST -- :

'to'' ...: ':& Road and bridge reports were made I only newspaper represented at the the protection of fish and game In Vo

". as follows. Districts Nos. 1,3,4 and meeting. lusla county, Florida.

;.::": 5, general repairs; No. 2, repairs on The following bills were approvedand The meeting was called to order by L .,'

.' DeLeon Spring shell road and DeLand warrants ordered drawn in payment Dr. James B Kenney, and on motion And though you may There are many inferior -

Junction road. thereof: F. W. Sams elected 3
; Capt. was tempo- / ii li grades of butter on the
;: Mrs. M. E. Macy was allowed a rebate Pay roll .. .. .. .. : .. ..$ 195 00 rary chairman, and J. L. McCrorywas occasionally pay us a lf /( ( market-Cold
'. of $2.15 to taxes ol Bank .. .. .. . .. .. 44 70 requested to act as little //J Storage
apply on temporary than others
.. 'J. J.S. May ... .. . .. . .. .. 64 22 more t' t Butter-Process Butter
,'.t"" 1902. Electric Light Co. . .. .. 10417 secretary.On ask have the sat Renovated Butter. We
: Hiram Cowart was allowed a rebate J. A. Erickson . ." ... .. 50 motion of Dr. James B. Kenney, you

'.' of $1,200 in valuation, to apply on per- O. A. Dieka&Co. .. .. . 2205 the chairman appointed a committee isfaction of our guar b f1 handle only one grade, '
\J. A. Driggera .. . .. .. 20 75
if !
sonal assessment of 1902, and several of three for the of drafting '9 the Host.
: :. W. O. -Miller. ., . ... 35'to purpose antee.
... .w. p other minor rebates were allowed. 1'noinpson Metre Co . 100 Uti ind submitting a constitution.
.. 'C The notary bond of J. R. Wetherell White Lead Co .. .. 45 31 The chairman appointed the follow-
: 4- wall approved.The J G. Christopher .. .. 2 fit mg committee, Dr. James B. Kenney, WHEN

,, rifle bond of E Bullard Joe Williams .. .. ..... 2 li) I. U. Moore and G. P. Ilealey.
\ ;'- S. was Jeff Sammie,.... .. .. . 1 7uO. I You want the freshest and best butter if want the best results. -
.;;;f approved and license ordered issued K. Kirk (lost warrant). . The committee retired and<< a recess eggs you

._ to the applicant. The marshal reported the collectionof was had of fifteen minutes, after Our Famous Waukesha Butter is "The llest."

;- The petition of citizens of Glen- I $108,55, of which amount $45 wat vhich the committee returned and

:..' wood asking that repairs be made to I for dog tax. submitted the following constitution : TFR
; ". Leading Grocery.
Glenwood shell road was referred to The clerk reported the collection ol CONSTITUTION OF THE FISH AND GAME .'I\lJ-

.., Commissioner McBride. 07.22 in water rents. PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF \'O- ifi. J

t2 Criminal Court: cost bills amounting The treasurer reported the follow. LUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

";;- to $14(5( ,84 were approved and warrants ing balances on hand: Article I. ".ec\C: l P".e:"_ ;\ 'oL\o.c t_ _.. 'Q :VZ_ '-"Q )
I '4; drawn in thereof.
: payment Water works $ 900 65 Section 1-The name of this association -
:.r;' Bids for building the new county General revenue .. .... ... .. lit) i6 shall be The Flab and Game _ u ___ .. ____
r if' :., vault and bid Fire and ..,,, .. 8741 :
t the water
were opened, 01 I
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z.o.t-o.l Protective Association of Voluaia Ormond Wins from Stetson. I (. H-tQ IO+04040+0!0+0+0+0I
N George Boynton<< being the lowest he Uond interest 427 14 .
;'i ; streets and sanitary. .. 276 00\ County, Florida. The Stetson ball team went to Or- .
t .. was awarded the contract, for the I -
t'. sum of $1,280.:! Sec. 2-The object of this association mond Friday and on Saturday playeda DeLand Real Estate Office. ,

\ Total cash: on hand .. .$1,868 05 shall be for the protection of game with the Ormond Hotel team.

t kS :. The following resolution was adopted The engineer reported that he had tUh and game in the county of Volu- Ormond won by a score of 7 to 5 in ___. .. __ _h' ___________
ed and the clerk instructed to for.
] turned on water at two points; wood sia, state of Florida. eight Innings. The score by innings
\ {.. : ward copy of same to the chairman ot :EZo-CLses: :: For: Ret
-. consumed: during month, 26'cords; average Article H. wad as follows:
., : ; each ot the Boards of County Commissioners -
,tk. In the slate: / daily consumption of water, Section 1-This association shall Ormond. .. .0 2 1 0 I 0 2 1-7 -'-' ,

':" ', Resolved, That the Board of County ;5OUU gallon have the following officers: Stetson 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0-5 City Lots Residencesand

F:; Commissioners of Volusla county, Permission was granted Geo. Boynton A president, three vice-presidents: The features of the game for Or- ,
to remove sand: from the street: in secretary-treasurer and an attorney.Sec. the Unimproved Property.
Fla., do request our memoirs of the mond were the Melding by Duffy,
front of his residence, same to be done 2-The officers of this association .. (
and Ed Fitzgerald -- --- -
legislature to use their influence foi batting! by Annen ; ----- ------

tue passage of, an amendment to the undtr the supervision of the chairman shall be elected annually.Sec. for Stetson, the flue work of the battery -
of the Street Committee.The : Property of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Pail
L' law regulating the license and carrying J-The time of meeting of this the fielding by Solberg, Johnson, ;
treasurer was instructed to association shall be the first Monday and the bat- .
of revolvers, as follows: (Ut) Pelot and McClyment, -- ------ ------
.That the license be fixed at $2, fiftj pay outstanding warrants out of gen in January of each year. ting by Pounds<< and Hale. a Land sold for Taxes redeemed.J.
eralrevenue, water works and streets Article III. .. .
cents to go to the clerk for issuing, -- --- --
mil funds that the
license and the: balance of $1.00 to be- sanitary ; amounts Section 1-The dues of this associa- Some of the Editor's: Trials. R. 7VetherellAbtract
.. it present in these three funds be .
'!. paid Into the road and bridge fund. tion shall be one dollar per year. i
.unsolidaled: into a general revenue The editor of an Indian Territory :! OIHce, between Post OIHce and Bank.
On motion of James W. Perkinn,
; ((2nd) That the granting of such license -
.und, but the clerk la to keep an account newspaper thus tells a few of his
t' be only to persons of good char. the constitution as reported, was t H-O-l-O-J-O-l-O-J-O-t-O+OlIo! +o-J-Oi-O+O+O- -O+O+O
showing the receipts and expenses troubles: Editing a newspaper Is a
acter, and that such persona aa are adopted as the constitution of this
of the water system. At pres. pleasant: business-If you can standIt.
granted license be allowed to association.On .
carry _nt there la over $1,800 cash lying If it contains many advertise-
mid 1 revolver as they may see fit.f motion of Dr. J. B. Kenney, O.O..o..o.O.O--o.O.O.O.O.O.O.'O.O.O.O.O.O..o..o-o G O O.O d
4 die in the bauk, while the bank la ments a subscriber complains that
be report of the county treasure Capt. 1< W. Sams was elected presi-
awing 10 per cent interest on warrants they 'take up too much space. If FinestSelection
--r for the month ending February L dent of this association.On .
( aggregating about $3,000. there Is lack of advertisements it Is Razors and
'. showed balances on hand as follows: motion of J. W. Perkins, E. T. .
. ... General revenue fund ...................',1,569 The Sanitary (Committee reported Conrad, John Sauls and G. P. Healey unpopular and the people won't haveIt. I.
, Road and bilitKB fund .................. 155 fw [bat; arrangements had been made If we attend church regularly
]0111011110.1 forteituro fundTotafcaah ........,..... 1,4I84 were elected vice-presidents of this Ever Displayedin
.. :. with C. A. Miller to throw out muck association. they say we go for effect. If we stay Pocket Knives
hand ...............4,233: 00 l
it Blue Lake, for use in the sanitary On motion of J. W. Perkins, Bert away from church they say we are Volusia County
1 Bills were audited and warrants 1
uckets. monstrously heathenish. If we acceptan
of this
Fish was elected attorney association. -
,.. drawn as follows: The mayor reported that fine oak invitation to a wedding they say i EnamelwareTinware
.... at
From.unerai revenue fund.. .. 91,0(1854( "
i Iroiii ruud und bridge land ... (114 71 trees had been planted In the city The association then adjourned we are only Invited to "writfc It up.
'- I rr.!:;._ from tine and (forfeiture fund........, WtW 34 park, and also stated that J. S. May subject to the call of the president.F. If we go to the opera house they say

Total amount draw. .... ........-'.87469 had agreed to plant eight large palmetto W. SAMS, we go on free tickets. If we are seen i MCDONALD'Sr
trees around the spot Intended J. LEE McCROY, Coalman. upon the streets too often they say

Telephone Compmtyln Trouble. Cur the fountain, for $40, half of which Secretary. ,-- we are neglecting our business If we
Proceedings have been Instituted mount he would donate to the cityA :- avoid going on the street they say we Cook StOVeS and HARDWARE

', \ against the Daytona Telephone Company communication was read from Offered $3,000\ for Sampson. don't hustle around after the news.

::0, w by J. A. Clements, mortgagee, the mayor proposing an amendment Mr. W. H. McFarland of Tltubville If we publish. a man who has brought '4

f, to foreclose a mortgage of $2,000 on 10 the city charter. The proposed has accepted the position of managerof disgrace! upon his family the friendsof Heaters 5l

,j the lines and apparatus of the: corns amendment grants the right to the Forepaugh & Sells Brothers' Circus the family neve. forgive us.. If STORE.

pony :The Daytona Gazette-News vity to license the use of bicycles, the For the coming season. lIe was sent we, out of goodness of heart, decline .

.;" -,11\\ states that the foreclosure proceedings funds arising therefrom to be used here this week for the purpose of ti say anything on the subject, the I i 0..0'0..0.0..00-0.000..0.0.0'0""0.0.000000.i

i will probably not be resisted. toward improving the streets and purchasing Sampson, the big snake man's enemies disappointed, and -----.... -'- ---- --- -----

.-' This looks like an effort to 'freezeout Highways of the city. The proposed now exhibited in the city by Dana we are branded as a white-livered

.;, ',' the mail stockholders-not an amendment was ordered advertisedtor Thompson Carnival Company. His. coward. '

; :'!: ; unusual proceeding ouch concerns. BO days, according to law. snakeshlp la. 27 feet long and .weighsover r

) ,-. The publication of the delinquenttax 300 pounds.. He l la said to be the Mr. Gould Lost His Coat.

1 .. GLEflWOOOSpecial .. list was awarded to the DELAND largest snake In captivity,. having While out on North Boulevard asan PLAYING WITH FIRE

}.::* Correspondence. % EWS. been captured by Boer' soldiers in amateur photographer, on Tues-
+;" The registration books were revisedind South Africa. This boa constrictor Endangers] both the home and per- 4 .
% Mr. J. H. Gould took off his coat
Glen d, March Everything day, One meet with serious
; number of stricken there- son. may a
names ia said to be 49 old, and is I blended -
: Is moving along quietly as usual and years and vest, to get a better hold on the accident while escaping from, or
from. with all colors of the rainbow. Mr. He drifted from attempting to save In .f.fa
*' all seem to be busy, some, uobanklng landscape. away something
McFarland who has been in the 'cir house.
-- trees others taking down covers 111 down the boat the coat and vest, and when he returned burning
son: v e, going on to business all his life, says Sampsonis Why not be safe from pecuniary 1 ) y ; .
Some trees are all right and full of see the sights along the river. cus to the spot at which they had loss in either case? Carry Jo
the greatest snake be ever saw. v
bloom-while. others. are dead to the Mr. H. A. Wright has gone south to beep deposited, he found that they
< He made the owners an otter of $3,000 v
4 banks. look after his interest there. had drifted away from him. He returned FIRE AND ACCIDENT

The .celery farmers are preparing Mr. Case's friends: are all very gladto for Sampson, but they declined.-Day to town post haste, notified

--,-' to' begin shipping this week. The learn that his physician, Dr. Mun- tona Gazette-News.. the sheriff, marshal, prosecuting attorney : IffSUFJAfCEand

'''- farm la a sight worth seeing now. son, thinks he .Is gaining. All hope PORT Og4NOE.epeetdl and numerous common peopleof the loss will fall upon those ,_. .
Mr. and Mrs. Quick and Miss Gifford he will soon be able to 'say he is well his loss. I best able to pay it. The Companies : .. f
Corrospondence. we represent settle all claims. r'
In the meantime
started home two weeks ago after again. ._ Port Orange, March 9.-Rev. Mr. promptly and are very liberal In rany6r-; '. Jf. )
y pending some time at Mr. Pomeroy's. Services' last week and this at the Wilson, a Methodist minister who Shields had come along. He eapltd their treatment of policy holders.
., Mrs.'Grey; to start for home and 'afternoon a coat and vest lying on the roadside.
expects church every night, came here sick several months ago SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand Fla.
In few after spending two 3 Supposing that they had been thrown ,J
? a prayermeetings at p. m. and rented Mr. E. McDanlel's house, .
4.. months with her parents, Mr. and The surprise at H. J. Sproul's on from a wagon or carriage, he picked .: 'J
and last be
Mrs. Pomeroy. the night of the 28th on Mr. and Mrs. !got worse, Saturday night them up an1 brought them to town I .
4. Some of our northern visitors write Case in honor of his 76th birthday, died and was burled la the Port Or- for the owner. The offers of are-

that they get cool receptions when passed off very pleasantly and all left ange cemetery. He leaves a wife, ward-"and no questions asked"were '
they arrive at home In a blliaard.; wishing them many returns of the two daughters and a son.
Mr. McQaffln left for his home at withdrawn. The next time Mr. Oeo..o..o.Oo-O.o..o..o..oo-O..oo-oo.+o o.o
well attendedat
t Ottawa,'11.. last week, after (pending day.Mr.. Miller, the night operator at The Euchre Club was Gould lays down his coat and vest In
a month sight-seeing in Florida. Hl Glen wood depot, has his wife with Rldgewood Hall last Wednesday the woods, he will stick a sign on Shoe the O d.. Morse:: : ., 4
accompanied him aa far as Jack- him and boards with Mrs. Shoemaker. flight, Mrs. Needham entertaining. .
them: "Touch not-the owner Is
Several have left the Hotel, but

,;; : ;, otoFa' more .come every day. It Is now near." .or I Shoe the :may:: H dlstx" '.0:
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full of
nearly guests. '
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.' ; Work-on the new building at De- ..
WANTED: : :: i DuBois of New York city : .tI
; ;: -- : Miss: arrived Land Junction is progressing well. '

...:. Price List subject to change last week and Is visiting Dr. This will be one of the neatest little Shoe anything in the, j HIDES .
HIDES! when_ Market changes DuBois. and family. stations on the entire line. It will I

; ;!!I..'l l". ,I Dry' Fllnt'11ih ..,.", 12i cu.,.lb. All other Fur*. Hides,Old MetaU.. Mr. C. M.; Milburn came home Sun- have.two The waiting present rooms station and baggageroom. will) be! shape of a horse that 1 : t

,'if:!, ,GreeD Salt Hides. .,: 61 cte ". Rubbers,etc. In ,full proportion. day and had an attack of grip. He remodeled Into a covered platform. '
l 1I1.! '',, Beeswax. ...... ........ 204 Cti. ;: ; will remain with his parents until be I want shod. lr, kr.t
..,",sr "I Tallow Bartels, .I 6 cw. "!! FUrs:! I. Furs, 1. able to leave for St. Augustine.The Many children: Sickly.' you ) S v"< tI
: d* 4 Tallow ill Cake...;". 6. cu I
tourists here find plenty of ; Mother Gray's Sweet Powers for
I. No.:1, Otter Skh .,;Larare and.. .Dark, W.OOto Ill.OO1 J JNo port in fishing: Children, used by Mother Gray, a nurseIn
2. : 44i ''t. *. '* ttOOto 8.00," Children's Home New York Breakup
Na.. l' Coon Skint, 85 to -1.00.,' The uaptha launch takes quite Colds'in 24 hours, cure Feverishness BERRY, & KENT {
No -, "- ; .. 45 to 60' large parties up,to Daytona and downto Headache, Stomach Troubles, ,
o i .. a'1.. M kYs.. dns, ," 1.00to'2.f0- _the inlet frequently.\ Teething Disorders, and Destroy I ,
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R Wrlfi tor full c4LJet' S Worms.'. At all druggiscs, 25c. Sam NEW SHOP. COURT MOUSE,;'fl:ys ;*
1 t. .I. W. WATKINS, Srunswlck..Q&.. Jo 'BrlU'a Stationery bargains con- ple mailed FREE.!: Address, Alien. S.
', tinue., Olmsted, LeRoy-N, Y..

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"r' 0 I Osteen, March 7.-Dr. and Mrs. Orange City |oo Ibe Put-Mo of the Ai-onia InUaD.
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of the wonders" '' of
the other night
1 driving down town Tues", till!)'.,. Dr. Carpenter is the well City, March 11.-\Mrs. Fred, hut I cowry."Ton ( e ','',

morning the horse belonging known opthalmologist. They have Flnney" ( gave a whist party Thursday hn\'(! ull heard the advice about o Use it as a-Beverage 0 S.

'P h to Alfred Neal, an old colored/ been in New Smyrna since the last of: afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. building on n rock, I '''lIp)1I1''O' ) ," said he."Well and you '11 )

i man, took fright and ran away will: November. I!:. W. Allen of I Eau Claire, Win. They to ,BOO Hint Injunction carriedout o

the wagon and Ita driver. There was Miss Lois Chandler, who has beenat returned to DeLand Friday noon. to the I letter you should: visit theAcoinii XEE: V'VELL'

a swill barrel In the back of the wag;.. Jas. A. Pattillo's several ,weeks, Mrs. K. J. Farnham and daughter of liuliiins..,. Their pueblo Is built
returiiId Sunday to her home in De- Oil a inesu' rising: !IOO feet from a com GRAPE JUICE e
the Boule. callers WELOH'S'
P on; this was" thrown out on Minneapolis, were \pleasant< on I
.,'alivcly level si retell.'They .
yard in the business portion of the/ Land. friends here They were ontheir Pt. find it at ee
"' ''' Friday. about bow in and can
tell a fiiiiuy story is the article question you
Thompson Jr. Gainesville
Jasper -
A shaft-bolt broke allowingthe from DeLand
town. way to Daytona they! ciiint! to laud on the top of Much a
wagon to awing from side to side, Ga., passed through Osteen Sat. where they have spent the winter. huge rot'U. It seems that they were

Just after passing/ the Baptist church urday, going to his place at Mima. Mrs.", Holeman had quite a numberof formerly\ \ located (Ill another rock, and "

tree,, He will probably stop on his( way backto DeLandites her Mhen were all out work. :
9, the wagon struck a magnolia to pay a pleasantvisit one day they FISHER'S|

r, and the old man was violently thrown see the old home place and grove Friday. ins Ions: clime a great rainstorm and f :

.vn. here. wiped( 1 off the map the ouly path lead- ':
\ ;::. to the pavement. The wagon was Mr. Clarence Chamberlin and Mrs.
Our beloved pastor, Bro. Mitchell, lug up to their lock: cityVell, there I.
,." t s hung up on the tree, while the horde Kidder were calling! on friends here @
filled his monthly appointment at the was nothing for It but to hunt up another eAAAeeeoA.VoA.Ar.Ue .
-continued. his mad theVollc"e
y "' on career. Thursday They are stopping at life lease
rock l mud they took a
M. E. church His wife .
and /"
Sunday. f'.
< A crowd soon gathered around the /:: Arms In DeLand this winter.
a little daughter accompanied him. The of their present! location. m \gKj ttwiji( K:.s :.aa8Am I :tTiLTiS.i1.iii.\ \ ,L'nl'or.I. ;\ rr.r.rr.. 1iIr.r.r.Tt'l1iIr.Tt'Ir.ol l iL'uitiiCIS
poor'old man. Dr. Munson was sent There was a musical given at the .'It's n (picturesque' place when one ITU. KOIMAN. formor'y' of De-Land, but now JJf
t c t ;for; and quickly arrived on the scene, last two mentioned are continuingtheir Bolo Wednesday evening, which was gets up thtre. The houses nre built of ."N-E OI ........ Orange vlty, l ins opened a b',5 v

Uncle Alfred was given such attention stay at Grandma Pattlllo's for a In charge of Professor Brown of New ..dobe, and one has to get out of doors E'VRNIT'URE' FURNITURE AND HARDWARE STORE .(j

m; as could be given on the ground,, few days. We feel that Bro. Mitch. York. It Is reported as being a grand tc> get, upstairs.) You see, they have a I on, Graves avenue,In what Is known as the Burrcll oJ frYIIf
ell Is the "right man in the right climb to Into ../1"... .
which get
and was then placed on a cot and success. ladder up( they stnHe In now prepared to nil all fr.loralo his line, ''SH.J.ltDWA.nE

;t taken to his home. Dr. Munson went place," and will accomplish much Mr. and Mrs. Dunning;!, who are the second story.' : and will poll CHEAPEN.! tlmn any other house In J JVolusin 1.A 1.
of their own of
to the old man's home and examined: good. stopping at the Freeman house, tooka "They lime vtuys << ext., county. !islij
'., Melon patches are being prepared (,'ooldII g. They grind their lour In a QT'OI' (E ..to> Please call. and Inspect hla Stock 5:
broken butt "t
him. He found no bones trip to Cassadiga, Fridav.
and have been last trough with tit ones. They grind the \ (: .' : /; .' WiiLiLiGit" /
the shock was so severe that the good many planted the Mrs Murgertooyd and daughter, wheat ns n woman washes clothes and uagueraKuftirntuNavufttMMa! \ ! .." liklStMiiALilRiifiAlifiii41!

"s old man will probably not recover. few weeks. Also corn and potatoes Mr. and Mrs. Manning/! of Nashua, N. append It to dry on an old shawl. That ...
been in the soil.
have These
Uncle Alfred Is an old-time: slave sunny II., arrived at Pelmetto Cottage Inl't l> of it may look simple> but 1 tell -- are but little used. and the meat Is accordingly -

negro. His", daughter says he is 76 spring days will bring these good Thursday.", jon It takes soiiio 81.11to\ spread a CARE OF JEWELRY. ,: flue grained and tender.

years old, but he is probably much things to life very soon.Ve can Mrs Hollowcll. Mra.VIUon and thin batter over n ledliot soaps tone as ..
realize how there be such How. to Clean and Polish Gold *ndSilver.
hardly can When It Is done.
do when bnUlng.
for they Your Coat.
In DeLand
older. lIe has lived :Miss Underhill left Thursday noon for HOTC to Mutton
and by his polite manner intense cold so near the "sunny South. Tampa. t they take hold of one coiner" and lift Most people start buttoning their coats .
many years
and of Jewelry Is a
leaning care
laud It off would n plaster.
ilK oiio porous the way
from the top. which Is wrong
and courteous", demeanor has made Mrs.'' Davis and Miss Taylor, two of matter that often perplexes the woman
"Hut these people are' past musters lu and must more or loss pull the coat out
; many friends among the white people our winter \laitors, spent Friday In buveheen who la fastidious about the details of
Ueiitry Bro. Famons!! Shows United. the nrt of uaaUIng pottery. They of shape. The majority of women, too
+ as well as among his own race, DeLand shopping/ nt It for jeurs and turn out some her toilet and her house, says the New don't know that a new coat should always ,
For almost
s. all of whom regret to learn of the accident two score years Gentry Mrs Frank Taylor] entertained the beautifully colored water jars bowls York Tribune Following some directions be worn buttoned the first few

which has befallen him. Bros. Famous Shows have seen the V. I. A. social circle Friday" after. cud such t thliiKf.! Altogether they are a and formulas that will be times of wearing so that the collar may -

----. leading trained animal exhibition of noon. picturesque people. a mla visit to'them found exceedingly valuable. They "set" properly. .' "

New Stock ('ongmnty the country, and this year finds the Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Allen were here Is well worth the climb up to their \vero furnished through the courtesy

Show twice It's former sUe. A double Saturday on their way to Palm Beach, rocky home If one happens to be in of William T. Lewis of the Practical How to Take Care of a \Vatci. .

A joint stock company was formed headlof.' performing animals Is carried, Miami and Nassau. that part of the country.New York Jeweler and Optician. Always wind up a watch as nearly r:.

this week for the purchase of the I to say nothing of a haf! dozen or more_ Seven the Tribune. Regarding; the cleaning of diamondJeweliy aa possible at the same time every day
Orange Cltyltes spent .
and advertising Mr. Lewis Rays: "First wash and do It aa smoothly aa possible to '
plant, good will, subscription novel acts which and entirely new In
in DeLand
5 '- NEWS. day Saturday CONSENT EASILY WON. In benzine, tbeu In oil stile soup anilwater avoid sudden( jel'I,8.Iost\ watches are "
> contracts of THE Shows of this character Gentry Bros.
Quite a crowd, of our townpeople, to which\ a little ammonia baa node keyless, but If a key has to
The company will be org aulied at exhibitions", have long been patronized: ncludinjf lIrll.Vhltc's boarders, spent The Hereon a Little Girl Agreed to a been added.: Rinse In clear water, dip be now used It should lie kept perfectly I

once, all the stock having been subscribed and endorsed by the elite of the land Saturday in Cassadaga, and took dinner fnluful Operation. In alcohol and dry on, jewelers' saw clean nnd free from grit; or Hue, says

,; in about four hours The and after many engagements In this", with Mrs Spencer.Mr. ( There' is one little girl Washington dust. This formula hold for nil jewelry an e.xch.inge. If a watch Is hung up. It )

: stockholders are among the leading city their visit", should be a grand success and Mrs..lasper, Kepler, and who recently gave her parents an ex- containing precious stones other must have some support at the back 1

business and professional men and ladies as all former ones have been. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Butllngton were lilbjtlon of her nature for which they than pearls. and if laid horizontally It is well to .

u. of DeLand. Codrington has The date of exhibition is announcedfor calling on friends. here Saturday. were totally unprepared.: The child "If the gold baa lost Its luster place some soft substance under It for ,
was cross eyed, and her aflllctiou was a through usage or Is tarnished, some otherwise the .
quite a large interest. In the newcompany Thursday. March 19, afternoonand They at the more general support;
are stopping College
/ source of extreme annoyance/ to herself father treatment Is necessary, how ,
In full action of the balance cause a pendulous
and will continue night at 2 and 8 p. m.
Arms In DeLand for few weeks.
heretofore. a cud 1 family. An oculist was consulted ever. Millie a solution out of n quartof motion of the watch and cause!'! .
charge of the paper as Several of Mrs.> Freeman's boarders who advised, an operation to remedythe water and an -ounce of cyanide of much \nrlatlon In time. The watch '

a The only difference will be that he Is Dr. Taylor Buys!! a Lot. spent Saturday In Cassadaga. defect and so It was decided to potassium and dip the jewelry In It. pocket must be kept as tree from dust '

financially backed by DeLand leading \V. S. Taylor has purchased from J. Miss HelenlalJ'lIle: came over take the little one to a hospital In Bal Then rinse In clear water and proceed and nap as possible.

: citizens-men and women. The \V. Perkins the five-acre lot on North from DeLand Saturday to visit her timore. The utmost secrecy waa observed as before fiom this point. A word of ____ .

paper will be enlarged and betteredIn Boulevard recently acquired by Mr. grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Hill. In the ilia ttpr. Miss Annie had caution regarding the use of this solution .

every way in the fall. It is the Intention Perkins. This lot has been sold three Mrs Ford attended once made a great fuss about having a must be added. Cyanide of potassium An Explanation.MM.

s of the stockholders to make times during: the past year. a card party tooth pulled and: of course, It was to Is a deadly poison. Too much Biggs-I wonder why the Ideal '

best- Saturday afternoon in DeLand, givenby be expected that she would enter serious care therefore cunnot -be exercised, In husband never materializes.Mrs. .
!; it one of the best-If not the SIRES AND SONS Mrs. Edward: Gross and: Mra. Mar- objections to an operation on her Its use. and the moment the demising lggs-Cecul1Re the Ideal Is sup ,

M county, paper in the.,. ..state.._-.- ng; there were nine tables., She reports eyes snys the Washington Post. process la completed it should be posed to be unattainable. Chicago .-

Bourse Cockran Intends to spend the a very pleasant, afternoon. She was taken to Baltimore under throw out. News.

"Egmeralda" at Auditorium' rest of the winter In Home. Mr. and Mrs J. A Hyden and Mrs.E. Ibe 'Irapi'esslon that she was going ona "If gold I la dull and requires polishing ,-J

'' The ever-popular play, "E meral. Senator George G. Vest announces J. Farnham and daughter/ Kath-, pleasure trip with her father andmother. rub with a piece of chamois leather Do Yon He":oKnle .Em'

da," will be presented at the auditorium that lie will not run for United States Ine, were at the Freeman hOIl,, -<\1n-; When they arrived at the hospital upon which has been placed a small Of That all the mankind sad and ever sorry writ word i i J

'talent from the University, st'iiutor' again. day night on their way to' DdLand.: the mother took her daughter In quantity of jewelers' rouge.Vasli off The saddest are to most of ua,
ColonelVlllard! Howard of Baltimore her hip and nervously broached the the rouge with soap (castlle) and water These two. "Please remit ._ .I
hip March 20. The They ]lift Tu.ept'.aj;\ )
1 on Friday evening, Is. organizing a New England society morning.Th.ep'astor real object of the trip. She set forth ; then rinse lu clear water, dip lu -New York World. ..

I first act Is laid in North Carolina, the \ lu Maryland.Knil ) of the Methodist church lu all Its triple horror the embarrass alcohol and dry In jewelers' sawdust. -- J I

second, third and fourth carry the audience : Klesewctter, Inventor flf-the '\fll preach here next Sunday evening ment which Is the lot of the cross eyed Pearl jewelry may be cleaned! In the I\ooeker-Jolles: Vest" larich let> enough to be ) :

Paris." The third isheartstirring the loth\ lust., at 7 o'clock on trouble would that containing diamonds -
to "gay \\'tlFh: cufcty uiutch, dietl"in"llouiiiauu !?: person, stating that the same manner as his own boss.BlockerYes.

dealing with the home- lately in !:fIL'Iiorty.; \' "True Spiritualism Mighty/ to Save." luciease as she grew. older. except that the benzine bath ; Unit's why he's buying

ly but noble virtues of some of "Na '0y!,--\"tlLu|'" the oldest native born"Pirtidrut > Strangers. and: all others are heartily "Now, Annie," she said: finally. "we must be omitted and all the operations old masters.-:New-; York Herald. I. 7 A

ture's Noblemen." The quality: of) ., of Milwaukee. lie has Just nvited. have brought you over here to have must tie performed very quickly, as I

1 the performance, both ijipoint oft fulobrnted his eighty-third birthday. Twenty Knterpiise: people came your eyes straightened.: It won't hurtyou pearls are often cemented In place 'and When Cilrrmc Meet.
3 like to haveyour fluids have a tendency to soften the
at all. Wouldn't you If observer allow- I
an you'll
acting and In subject matter, bids", fair Secretary: Moody of the navy scaniliiii over Mondaytfor\ a social time. They !' V
the need fur speeO.
like other )people's) ? cement; hence Be It a paradox or not-
to equate! venthj(;a8t'of "Little Lord.J&Xtleroy" /,',i'I,blllugtou exquisites a few met our people in a game of cards in "You eyes Just bet 1 would exclaimed "Tlie rule given above for the cleanIng That a pretty wormm's Icy bow

last Buys: ago by wearing a yachting cap the afternoon and were beaten by 28! all sorts of gold Makes most men boiling hOl.Chlcaso '
2s ** ,_. ; as presented year. lInl' elIClck. Annie, to the astonishment of the oth of gold applies to New.. "-
of )11 points> Mrs. True served in trinkets It I Is, ought to
,' The proceeds are for the benettt supper ers. "You can go ahead and do any and silver or
the Athletic Association, the student .\ St.\ Louis merchant uses but two the dining room of Library Hall to 50 thing you want, and I don't care how be, needless to add watches are not to III. .....a r.
Utters In signing his name, although
of the Univer- per> ou". The evening/ was", spent in much It hurts. I'm just sick and tired be subjected to this treatment. "Why did you never -inarry?" aha S
organization ,
athletic )11! <> of the pair Is brought Into requl- ,1\
ripping the light fantastic, and all of having pack of colored boys spit asked
sity.: iillou; four times. His name Is A. A.
for had a line time. into their hats and cross their fingers How to Clarify Sugar; "I 1 never cured for tragedies," be replied. '

New scenery specially designed \11.; every time they meet me." Break the sugar into a copper pan .-Philadelphia Ledger.The .
this play will be one novel feature. Hear Admiral George B. Balch, U. 8.S. Mr. Heebner and family and Mr. The operation, was, )performed forthwith and to each pound allow two gills of fl

_. ., retired, who enjoys the distinction Russell and Miss", Anna Baldridgeare and the young lady has as good water. I'lace on the stove and gradually Drcninn off Avarice.What .

.1' being the oldest living flag officer ofI'uclu this week at Coronado la, of wealth .....
Found spending pair of ns anybody In Washing allow it to boll. Carefully remove good sir, the dream
8OO Unity. a eyes
,An Sam's navy, has just celebrated Beacti. I the scum as It rises now throw Which dazzles. now your soul? 1

Probably the smallest of the largest hs: olslity-secoud; birthday at his borne There were ten tables> at our"Tues.. I ton. I In nu additional half pint of water la A It simple a million ton dollars of coat or

beasts Is the juvenile member of the '.11 Bnltlnioro. Discretion. and allow It to boll again. Skim very Washington Star. .
day'enln Kuchre: Club. Mr. Clark ,
+ t H ?t' herd of performing Elephants'" with It is reported! that the new ambassa- Two burglars broke Into the house thoroughly and strain through muslin.
and wife and Miss
won the Urst prize
: United Shows.", lor to Uirmuuy, Charlemagne Tower, of a merchantlio was generally considered -- -
tx Bros. Famous '
Gentry Blends\ purchasing the Blelchroder pal- fanny Trowlfrldge! and Mrs. Geo. Dozier to beery rich. After herculean How to Bay: Meat.
been in this j
This fine Pachyderm has ire, which with its picture gallery and: who took the part of gentlemen, efforts they managed to open the A clear cherry red distinguishesgood J

country but a few months yet his ed. 'iiMiilous\ furnishings, is one of the fin.lit won the consolations.The safe but who can describe their disappointment beef. Press It with the. finger, : I.,

? ;: ucation is nearly completed. Ills houses In Beilln.Krtmk Misses Amy and Hattie (Fuller when they found that tr and if It rises quickly It Is a sign of t

par of the programme puts to ",hame'his ",Mitchell! a negro born in Slav and friends>:, Misses Emma York and was empty nnd all their labor> in vain? freshness. Should the dent remain or WATCHES [

older and bigger companions, and l-y 10S years ago Is still living at Ak Mabel Jackson, spent Saturday and At that moment the master of the Use slowly the meat Is Inferior. Should S

{ on account of his", size he is able to ,ron. O., and has a' vivid recollection of house awakened by the noise, appeared the meat be slippery In surface or contain ,
Sunday with Mrs. :S.: C. Fuller.!
perform several acts which have nev- 'i-nts thut occurred in the first part of ou the scene. For a moment all any greenish, tints do not buy It

er been attempted by Elephant Train. 'lie' lust century. lIe linn smoked and Dr. and Mrs. Skinner, with Miss three stood lucre as If turned Into at'nny price. Lamb and mutton ought

3 .hewed tobacco for over 100 years. Nellie Palmer, Miss> Nellie Foster" and stone. The uiorcUuut was the first to to be a bright red and veal fine grained

gfi ers before. in question is Uev. II. M. Wharton, D. D., of Virginia Miss Celia Babcock, went to Lake come to himself. and pink In color, the fat white and .
: The "Little Is preparing a book of war songs Wlnnemlssett> Wednesday to visit Mr. "Gentlemen" he said "let us all clear. The flesh of fat animals l la more WATCHES 1i :

+ but; one 'of the many features presented dud 1 poems,!!! and requests any one who L. Kepler's family.Mr. maintain: a discreet silence over this tender and juicy than that of lean ones :;
''t of Gen-
t since the consolidation Inns' a poem or a song written during : and' Mrs Chas. Bullen, presi- Incident. And 1 now permit me to show because the latter contains a greater ,

rfA try Bros. Famous :Shoa.: the years of the civil war to kindly you the door..'-From the German. amount of water In proportlofTto the
dent of the Orange City water works
wyrt They will exhibit here on Thursday, send same to him at Germantown, Pa. fibrin, albumen.and gelatin. Tie most
; ,
spent Tuesday at Lake \Ylnneml sett.
...--)f ch 9\ "-. II. McGown of Urbana, 0., has He Wae Prompt. expensive cuts ore obtained from those .
ar ,_ \one of the most unique collections oliiutogrupha Mr. and Mrs.>: Stephens, son and "I once knew u newly appointed min. mirt of the anlmnl where the muscles!!! "'

McM'; 2' Pupils'Jlecltal Saturday Enllillg. In the country. It contains daughter, from New York, are guestsof ister." said a well known congressman WE have a Fine r F

The flrsVpdplls' recital for the winter the names of over 12,000 actors and actresses the Bolo. In discussing the foreign service the and '

> : i term'at the University .will be besides"1,700 pictures and over Copies of THE News can be foundat other day, "who took eight months to Spring HumorsCome ,. meet

# w y night, at the audito- 50,000 programmes, posters and the the store of Miss Babcock.Mr. reach Ills post on account of 'numerous
,y given Saturday like. social engagements en route afc be explained to moat people and cause many any cOInpetitionnot

1,++ rium. Those who take part are: :Mrs. Win. Kolman of Orange.City lie arrived' at his legation at troubles,-pimples, bolls and other ;
Mamie B. offers for sale his home place knownas
Futrelle-Gldeon Miss excepting catalogue
Rosa uiorulng and at 2 In the
tt M. THINGS THEATRICAL. the Ed Carpenter place, containing 0 o'clock one eruptions besides loss of appetite,
45 :Miller, Miss Lula Lutz, Miss' Mary 10 of land afternoon cabled 1 for un. Increase of
/ acres good one that tired feeling, fits of biliousness prices. .
'Zabrtslde, ,.tQy S. Brown, Miss Lucena Mrs Leslie Carter, it la asserted, will story house of six rooms, one large salary
and headache.
Spalding, MW Carrie B. Watta. A .some day play Cleopatra. barn and packing!! house and other outbuildings Indigestion Our '
furnished Jnit What. ."* Wanted. The sooner! one rid of them the own guarantee
r cordial invitation I..- extended. to all. Joseph Hart Is composing a new with the house well gets ,
I, : **" '. for and about 000 budded grape. "There are some spectacles remark. better and the to'get rid of them
free. core "Foxy Grandpa. way
Admission, fruit trees and other small who had traveled, "that can amounts td $
__ orange/ ed the man some-
., Charley Robinson Is one of the leadIng fruits. All for $1,000)() cash. This Is a be forgotten""Dear and to build up the system that has
Gold dtedals.g : tramp artists on the stage at the never suffered from them la to takeHood.s thingas here''to'
Innual.Ilebaf(+ for, bargain for'any one ate! exclaimed the absentminded we are
:i 'present. Also Iti-acre farm at Lake
one I had
g old lady. "I wish a pair
S? ,p The annual debate between the Law Walter Jones has a role in "The Helen, known as the Wlckham place. *' News Sarsaparitlaand : back. it,
of 'em! -Chicago up. ,
rr'' ii"' and'Library departments of the Uni' Chaperons" that suits exactly his fun- There are about 300 orange and grapefruit *

t ''iI: Terilty'Wlll be held t iii'.the Auditorium making taleuta. trees just beginning to bear; 75 Dublud the Scene Pills t .... .
peach trees", all well fenced and lot t
{f. '00 .TDe8da. evening, March J7th. The Miss Mubelle Oilman, the star, of of timber on the place. This is a First Chorus' Girl-I. did a good thine Forming in combination the Spring In your Holiday7 thoughts let t(
:."--t; ;:S.u : tfordebate'this year; 1/1, "Be- "'The Mocking Bird" baa had diamonds. beautiful location, well worth $500. today. :MedlcineparszceUenceof unequalled them revert to ,.
: .. Importance of set In bee thumb nails. He offers It for $300 cash Come'and Second Chorus GlrlWhat' his I

"' Bolred, .fa That, sufficient the .t6' Justify! their' : Frank: C. Bostwlck, the owner,of the I see Win. Kolman at Orange Oity, Fla. name?-Baltimore, World.FOR : strength in. purifying the blood as W. A. Allen A Co. ;t' ;, r 1 1As
4.'rtfTnet.! unequalled radical and
:!! ; been animal show, announce that he will shown by permanent '
55 ir 1 'ExJ: tence.It-Tbe members have positively erect a hippodrome In New cams of they art well prepared to ti r
,, contest Is : meet all problems. t, '
!'t.wot1dn& 'well.' 'A. warm GWoOWO O -
-: : : Yree"val q# ate .,ork..,;,, y Scrofula Salt Rheum t*,'Every statement we make t ,
1 t llIed.. lllirlfjlerli.. ', : Cameroo..season la "A Nor, 'dablnets. ;
: Grae I
pr Is also
p Mead' BolU guaranteed. !;
: Scald. Pimples ,
vledjrGalme .a will clone Coven., -
'eotidially: 1 : ; niandjfc Wedding" shortly an Photographs vw
frr .
,. winaerL"fl .. not taken kindly to Panels on Malden Board. All Kind otXumor' Psoriasis ,I
: d. "" the!.public bat very w A.
< Sizes of Cards ALLEN.& CO. ;
of and Blood poisoning umatlm '
a1r4 .. A Variety Styles Rjh!!
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I. .. ",- '; \ .,to'rlbouilde-t; .-..-.. bas been commis.iloaed Catarrh -: Dyspepsia; EtO;
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Silver spoons tlint Unvo bocomo dls- '. ,- U

andBusiness Colored !from oiittitt with cooUed "
eicgnniny : ri.wIisIa Eyes THB EAST CdASf OP FLORIDA 4I
be easily& brlgliteiiLMl( by rubbing "
Men with common, en It. Coal gate anti the A Chain ii

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....rOF. DB LAND.- will cause silver to titnilsh. On of the weakettthikAfcrlIIizerS

boat weptnclfn, ", for silverware! cutleryIs 5, deficient la Did Not Close For a FLORIDA{ EAST COAST RAILWAYS
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Physician and Surgeon. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effect Jan. 14 1903. '

How to ILediiee u Doable Clilii.SiiiM'illuous Heart Trouble Baffled .
L New York Avo., Delj nd. FIi". Offloe Hours: S _
1OA.M tOUM.Io4andtotr.M.: ", (losli cnn bi reduced by SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

constant cxerclxe und this oHpeclullyapplies Doctors.Dr.Miles'Heart I -===:: -.-- .. -S 'cal'No. _

GE0. A. DAVIS M.Physician ,1).. to n double chin. Lower the is just ns dangerous nsa a 90 No. 35 No.29 No. 23 STAtiONS. 1 i98 No. 78 Ito.",, 74 No. 28 '

. chin upon the chest streldilnjj? the neckS chain )viLh cracked link.NOIlrKOK Cure and I-DII1I1. Ddl). _tially _Pailly. D.lly. _)lahIy. .Daily. Daily. .
,: and Surgeon.Offloe fur us can U lid bringing the chinI'oMuird Nervine I j
Hours N. you Cured Me. 25 I' 13 CD m4 'I liS a Lv.Jacksonvi leA 'I 51) II '110 p 7 to p GO I' 1'
8 13 1
A. to : to B anil 'l'to
.' M P. M. M.I; nnd OWII. Throw the hcnd I a 331' "... ...... .: Jsokaonvllle.Lv 'I Ua 1231' .. .. .. .. ... '
o o .0 p I 03 11940 .1 II 00. 8t. A IIUlltlne.! 6 40 a 8 20 I' 0 .0 I'' 3 GO p
III the
Speolal buck until the chin
. ,. ,' Calls attention answered to tnldwlley hour. and Oltlceln surgery Is'I'I'Y high There Is nothing mnrc necessary to health . .. . .. / ..... ... .. ..HltRllnllI. .. .. .. . II n I' . . . . ... -
, idence, Indiana atany Avenue, west of Court nil. Keep: on iloliiK this. Lower the than bleep and rest. If these me dented sou, 102011 _1 :.1-! ? ... :. Paliitkit..Shtiimi" '.5.2Lp ..Li ..L2iz __ '- ,r.I .:-" ,

lI n8o. chin uiiil raise It until, you lime performed if you rise in the morning! more tired than I '' '' '' ''I 1 2 ii ii ii Ilia 9 18 Ii I.v..itlmttkmi .. . .. .. S l. .. . .
this motion ut least twentyHietluu when you went lobed, there is an affection uf '. .. ...I 306p120JlOOISe. P.r..iilstka..Ar. .. .,. . '_ OO// .. !L._. .. ., -. I
MACDIAHMID M. D., : the nerve plainly present. I If your heart Is I I I..5 o Cl ..Sata: Illae, .ArI SO ii 0-13 p C Cl pj. .. . .
JOHN) n. You Hhould 1 do tills every morning weak or there is an inherited tendency in ,. 8051'1. a 15 i..r.\ !. .$ \ Ntttt'i)..Lvl..I. 7011" J t ..

.' .hysician and Surgeon.A and every night; as lout us: you meallllcted that direction your weakened nerves will, I .... .=:;. u-ti-1) .-.... . ttogab..Lv. .. .. .. .
Soon 0 affect >our heart's action as to bring 1:13.\: .... unlells. 'iij..7.
General Practitioner not a Specialist. with a double chin.. on serious, chronic trouble. Dr. Miles'. Ner d : : : ::: : :::: : :: 12 n I'' :: : : : : : : ...... .I>"pont.: : :::: : :: : :: : f' : :::::: : : ::::::: .

vine is nerve tonic, which qmcUtheneives, gj 1.i.301'' 33Bp 110.i. 10 47'.Orlllund. ..... 81111 3BBp .Glp 7031' jV,
Office over, Flelier's. Drug Store. Houra 9 to how to Drlte Away Mice. to that sleep may anil it quickly re- .5 1148 I' a tap 123 I' 10lla .. .. .. .4 Itt ii 3 tB I' 4 U I' .53 P .
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33 .. 3
I Sal unite a cloth with u solution pf btores the weakened nerves/ to htalth and O''r 1310a.13.1113"p.11 2a O'.ango.' ... .. 3131 1l..I'I.' 4 23 180
I I' i 1:11I11rll&: i I' I p E= I '
8. tbt' strength. Dr. !Miles' J Henit Cure is a great a1:;; .13 .. 11111. . IIG11.. .. ..'
MUNSON.M. nnd stnll I It III>; S / S SR
pepper ;
A. cayenne
I'lnoil and heart tunic which regulates the action $ 1 011 a 5001'' tI I, 12 Cl "" .. DIBI'. 3 11431' 'sDt
hole or spi lnKI n J.'CJntlln.\I'I': of cayenne of the heart enriches the blood and improves .25 .. ...0.011.. .. ... 145\. .. ;;
Homeopathic Physician. Inside Mini I Ilion i till\1 I up the hole with I the cucul.itiun. 13 p' 41 ii.. Ii Cl ( . .83 It 2 4 65 I...Q t I .
( A1TUCAIION FOR TAX a.i 21 Ii 4201' 1 24. "" C'') 2 4 20 S
OtHoe second door aontb ot Ylahel"1 drug store'Ottluu iiuiitnr In t the imiKlntr I : of \\'hi ih n good: "Some time aco: I was. suffering severely I I"s: .I 34 1' 4231' 1. 13 St 'i. a 4 15 ZI ,' \ e. '
Hours 10 to U A. AI.I a to 5 anSI 7 to dcnl of c-ajenne has !been !I'w,1.Ilca: rEEL UNHKK: SKCJ1ON: 8: t OF C11A1'- with heart trouble. At times my heart would s::: .07 .. !'. .., Ct .. .. I"'U S a,
II P. M. KeemmirlyKlup' beating ami at others it would I ,.. : Uo..... 'f
Ion the the smell of cayenne nml will beat li, udly and / fast. Ihiee to four 1 ., i I (IS a 33 3 00 -4
Tlil! 48S8, LVWS OF l"JIIIIDA.NO'fll'E : very QI
not come ni'iir" i t.Mtrlckeui hours sleep cat h night in ten months. was all / 1'1 .. .. 'stti. .. 14 1.
DR. W. 8. TAYLOR. ? I I" hftt.-l)' when Unit It. I,. Lullici')' I could get. One week in list September. Inexert I .l'.1St.t .: 87:13 a ..... ... ,
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'''. i>t 'lux 1''t iillliiitu I No. lilii )lustd my eyes. I got Dr. Miles' Nrrvine : .. 21 1". ..
.: Surgeon-Dentist. From t tlie L.M.NOTICE tliitt"il 'thi* ,.ill dim)' til. JinnA' I II.. I"IH\ h.. "unit' 1 II 1 elll t Cure' at a drugstore in Lawrence- : .. IIb911.. ... ... : I S
ll.c'd; friilil: veil Illlritli I t' I:In:: intilllt'i: nnd" I :Inlri: 'tiiudt.: l>urjj, after sptmhni j. 30000 ill medicines D.Lly. .. Uiiilic..I IHO.. .. I
In .lii.rely RM'I! | thitt at n rca tllIl' iipplicniloii I inc I mx ilit.il in (KantIn i I, iitunidHIIOH niul doctors .1 8Ma II 1 15 1 1u
Offloe over Fisher's Drug Store, DeLantl Fla "" : ut ,the < Ity luiujiil,. ol tInS ( Ity WIlt, lllW., .S.ll.l' I etlI I IIHlMllfl lnlllUC'IB. HlVlolli .- In louisvillc, Shcllivville -u.. 5 Si) 9 40 in m. U 10.i ";
1-r.inkfnrl Cincinnati
of iJel.uiid.. told. on MuiuluvcnlnMT. 1.U,tell >utiiu .1I..lb.,1I, piopetl, altuilltd, I In \ olimlu and I.awreneebtrg.cliii 9 5n. II 55. a tG ) l Ii 4 O.m. III \ 00
E. ALEXANDER t U, Iwiti. t lie tollo\\ lila mum w uo mncki-ii t'tiiini j'. Flul'III. luu It: in three days have derived more ben,!ht I 945 I 0 os. 0 t:; 1 811011 10 12 03 ) p
JAMES 110111 thu 1"Hr..II." ." hunk <.1't until, < it.\ uniiweie 1'<\Hi ol "w -.. .s, C 2. 1'1' 1"0. Itiiiiiri.lit': Wi' litres from the u-e of your remedies than 1 got 10 .... ......Weat Ii .......Dot' 5
tiered. ,"I1't'I'Uo"oI ticiordinif" to itt'. 'I'hl'1 sit' hi Ill Itti IUUMlIHSUHHCMl|. III' I'h,. tllltl. tll I from all the dm tors nnd their. medicines. I )0 7" ... ..... .. .. ... p 5
torneyatLaw.Will I. .1. ISnikuw iemoMrl.J. HIM Inttiiiinui'ol.'. HIII'h c-filliltiiiti I .In I h" munil think\ everybody, m.plit: to. know of the marvelous 1111"0.... ..... i .. / .... 0. 5 '
H. t iuiHt*", itMiuneil. n l :-t.tI. MaiitllllK' I'llllISS Mlhlfl. .I lllk'lltinllllll / power continued in < ur remedles.II. ."- 1I I 25 .. ............. .. .Can..... ..... t p
!. Practice: Uooroa In State 1 ,,"d'2.and Uruab Federal hock Coin 1')18.Olttovs K-. .'ino\t'III"'d.>il.W. l>u itdiiiiitjd.I liu-roon. uccordliiMr on I thu :tliilli lo h.w.du>lax' ui d..1 Mlltti.w filNHIIU ,I \\'. \lluoill, 1 ox Creek ys Ky. _11M 114:111._ : ..810"........_...II...41 .._ .. _... i .. "8 a._... ..S _....11...00 ._.

LAND KLOIIIOA \v. 1'iy, ruttivi.tI.' A I!). ItiOl.Wlintai. All ill-nudists: : sell and guarantee lint bottle SC
Joe. Html;:: it'ininutl.U ,, t ) in)' tilllflnl I .I lKii II I... I'"> It tL seal thU I Dr. M lies' Remedies. Send for free I buck. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St.
.('. l!<*lltiiir, rentotMl.H. HlO :S'.tll till}' ot t "I"'II"'Y.l A l>. Illlll.CMHll on Nenons and I llenrt 1 lise.ises. Address Augustine.j
BERT FISH '1". Hwtmrd.. "I'lIInel.W |. ( SA.M I'I.I II) .KlltllAN"' :- Ur. Miles
Medical Co EI1.. Ind.Ilpp .
,. .' H. Kin,I/. lIMMOMMl.Wllllaiu I. elk Clii tut m C..url.hh.,, Cull ltty, FImo'Itiii. .uI. '_. =JACKSONILLE TO 8T. AUGUSTINE.I .

Attorney-at-Law ('"In J.itlIt-ton Kollilun tltuil.JoKlan liino\otl.!. No.n No.27 No.29 No.3i1 No.43 J> No.93 Daily..W No.91f

I.eoMuitJ., ic'inm <* "nl Ilium- "
Mi-llette, "lIIon'd.I" >
Practicing In all State und Federal Courts. iiy. _ _ Mon.
'f- ('I\'II or Criinliuil bualiu-aa given' careful .F>.. MllkT 1'ullanl riinutil.Utililiii lemmeil.Illunit Tli" I.n.b-Di.l. mi)' one cull uhlle Iwni Iv. .I11"koonvllio TTM.I (Cit 0 4Oit ifl5 p I 1 lip I 3 3i"'flOp iT't1i'i'1f 8 2'

:. atteutlon. .smith" ivniowtl.Jucob mt ? .Ar. St.: AtiiiiisIliP.. S bti. _it) (Kin _111111.. ,I 163 > I 11301' jjj] 4Oi', I lDO9pJj, I 836.:

.. Thoinimon.. leino\eil.' Tin- :\1l1t.l-\0.:' 11111't1 in. ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.
JAMES. PERKINS U. U. Vfimfntr.' ivinmril.L. '. THEDfORD"S .
1,. Vln/Hiit. lumorvil.J. "Tliiil'H s'cry .strange." I wouilff what S No.1 iJ No. No. -

I U. z*. UohliiHon ""11I0,01.E. people( I tl'lnk'I i i I I bi\e:i an tmu t home day' No. 90 No. 92 ally IInlly lJl\lIy No. 44 No. 30 No. 78 No. 74 No. 21
Law. ;' I I I>aol I I E. I Ex. Ex. lJall I I I Da.I .
Attorney-at I>. Mi LI UU- for."- Mt nit.lilin',I ) Dally. ) lJa.ly. V1I1I1. D&iLt.
DeLund March 10, 1'HU.'!(); City CK-ik. : ( SIlII. S'mii.', SIIn.

Solicitor CvlinlnalCourt' of Iti-corJ. Will, |>iao. -- B1ACftDRAUifIJTHE rV.tlL.Au.r".lIne I 6 4s1" .H S 41i. N-J.'i ;;-liTI.I ) ft I 1 'sit" a 2 0" 'iT5j I> t tO P e40p I S 60 r' '
ttoe in nil courts within the Slate ol Klorida. NOTICE: OK)! Al'PI.IOAIION( : Full TAXI I Formosa l is 11 tonnliy" where a mini .....villp. 7 M" fI iou, (1)1" Ii _13 40 pI_ 110 p !_i2_ 7 30 P7 'sIp I 9 80 l'_ t

I Ulllce over Volualii County: Uauk.yOLUSIA I IEI'U I IJNDKK ISIW: nuN 8 OF (311 .P- GREAT I niu-'t)\ I 1m 1'1' II I ll''cusi. I liefore, he Is allow 1. SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

COUNTY '1EIi;!! 4883: L.\\\ H OF FI.OKIUA. I '(.,il to ciuol.o; opium, -- -.

.. AlI'tI'it\C'.r' COMPANY NOTICE la lioieny n\\en\ tliut It. I. Liilitrv.( SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRA.NCH.S : .
,'l' ol nit uillillutilu I No. I 1.ti.>:! fAMILY
UHlfd. the Till. day of Juno A, I U 1KIHI.' him ttiuil\ MEDICINE 'No.4.' .
S. B. WILSON, auld. Cell 1111111 I In my oiNct.tinu, Inn ,iitiul, Itt Southern II S rATIO".. l'No. 'NO.31'N I STATIoa. _j'No.2 _
and tltlvs feel ed. Hppllcui. Ion I lor lux .ii.t.il tu is.lie I In nut ....tI- : Georgia 11,11) J DiiIL!! / _D&jIf I
Abstracts furnlaheil per with law. "Sit, \Id vi-rllllvatu/ iinUiauuri" Ilin, t M a'T.v.......... TI"I.v'lIo..Ar' 120 I' I a
Next to oiuniii, County Dunk I..Uuwlll0"11.. lil. 1"0'1'' i sit tilt IctI In Voluttliiuount r.. _, 1 I l's a rN. .... .. .. 3l1ma. ..........Arl 1 07 p 4 25 I' 10 10 IIIL.. ..N. ______. .__I 1 40p 7 0' II
DeLaud. Ft. / '. 'Iurlll.,. I lowltH :> 81<3.. [1..,. ....... (Hiteeta .. ........ .Ar II U a 5 OOp I IIlla Lv. I"k"He, en Ar13115..p I II 0' ,a
-\ ('t t>%'H} f': .<. :3I' I. '1'P !tie, H :nj I m nt-i'"q Florida 8 51111 'IV . . .:nt..rprlso .. .. .Ar 1110/ n 5 23 1\ Hit a Lv.Oranut. Clty.\r,13, to p II 30180"1' i.
ft. HUTCH INSON: 'l'h.. sitld ,lilllil liililtfUHHi-Mluil. tit thu II lilt ooftbu Tliedfortl'a UKuh-Diau-flit hay AND Railway \ __ _' .__.__._._. _.. Sitir.'rd .. .... Iv II ('0 _8231' _l1-OaIAr. Or ,'117 Jut ,Lvl1340p 1120Nu. ,
A: Iwuiinuu of Cud" el'I'1 I 11"0 In theIIHIIKI ; : ; '
Public. "f Allllitirlx I I Uni.su. Mild I ci-rllflc-nto' hlnili saved cloctora' bilU! fur more" than I 19// No' I' MAYPORT BRANCH. I No 18 50.20Stun. SIIQ. I
Notary be Ivdutinttl. itcftndinir t I lo lit w. tux ili-t-il. wilISMln sixty years. For tlif common l.nn- ii-Ii ii'iilim.l III .er Rimiil..." !1L D'II" Only _

.' in Real Estate. I Itni-uH I HUM'foil' on.11I1"lit.;JOlli blirmiiurti day ot and r.1..r".I, Hcul MO Ilila I.U I. ily ailmontd null ux con>lli patioll: -- 'in'0-ii 4 4'-P .......... ..... ... ......k..nvill.. .. ...... ......... .... ..Ar 8 3 a 4 09 PI
Dealer rah lIlt III'>)of t'.bl''UI'" A 1). link). illdigtMtion.lutTII'.I'!>I, "liowt-l com- II 10811 411)1 ii ..... ..... ...... ... South Jmscksouivillo. .......... ...... .. lv ana 3113p
I he ) ) tliilU and lulioimiiosa rcliuili I lu I In I Eli': (11 Jiunim')' 4, |ItCh'! )I. 1140" 3 211' II.v. .. ............. .. .P.bln Iteitch. ........... ....... ... .. Lv I 1,0 a 320 p
Taxes paid and ansessmcntu attended tu foi (Seal] k Clieult,, Cum, MAM'i.Vuiimln I It J."A"Co.. pl.lints, fever 1145... e 2 I' ............ ....... .. ... Bpacli ......... .. .. .. ... .Lv 1 7 4S a 315 p
non-residents. DeLaud cla. Curl "I, ria.S'OIICE lieailiuhes,! anil otlirr likn --- ---- -------- !:: Oumi iiI I> .. .. .. .. ...M..yport% .. _. ..._ . ... .. ... .. l.vr 80 a 3oop
conipl.iinta, no other niuduine isneccasary. |I'",Ia Kljir. Uuli, 'knti'n
.. U nml I.", Pill nkn ..... .. . fl''im pin (li.;, .HIII Trains. do not B'op aiBtatio"aoppouito which no time Is shown.
( OK API'MOATluK. FI' ''U| TAJkI'EKIt invifjorato! regulates l.\ .bii, 'kiihVliliiAr . .. H I ill"|Pill 7 r.'iinii" TheBff T,in A b'es show ihA timed nt which trains may be expected, to arrive and departilnna.
) I'MILK: t E.T., ALLEN, M. I) PmD. 'I'EHt8SS., L.\ W S (I It' H.nltlD{ ulinnil.iU'S n.j lOb of I tho kulno..j! i .. . .. ... .. : :t 1111111" I ii! :ui |.n nor H.IPH the. Uompantberofroni. ) hold Knelt renponslb for any delay or any consequeuues arising
'ilica the blood anil !,.bobowel's ,\.1..1.1., .. . . .. . :! Ill' liii, I II I- i'tnAl' .
Oculist and Ainist.ml NOTICK: lshei.< l hI"' Klvi n tluil II C McCoj, put purges! Miieniir I . .... .. .. :.1 .Vi .inn 4 In pinT S
liititvr ul lux ciilltloitii-, It/i. ilniid "I. of foul luuiiiiul.it 1(111's.! It tl l ( :li.
t lit- lId, III V ol Jm 13. A. II I mini hits II .d l lstttd cures I liver i.oinpl.init,( imligestion A r All.ii.ru I . :'J'i: ,ill. 7 4-i lullS Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at
1 .. Mondaye,over Allen's Drug StoicOrlundiifWednemlHjs oelllttuitto" I In III)' ...11I.'. mud. ,lull'', Illiiclw ii 1'- stoin.ub. tUz/incna chills S :N.t'&i-: Si. I..
)-- .thaI Ititu lorlHXiliid I n*. Iflauo I lu actoldaiiiitwjlhJaw. [ sour .. . .. .
LarllKUu's tloueoOonlu Art I liuiiiinimiriiAr I 1"1"1" 1 1""INI' HIII, BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST HAVANA AND NASSAU.
I .. Slit. ,. ei I 111110.I ..i. i inhiuii'M I h. fol. ilietunntic i ins. sidejchc, baikaclie "Nnslivlllc' .. . .. .. .. V. .pinII U 411 i Hill -- _
Tliinvtpjf. Monti I Kiuna tow I ltg ..lt bl I llinl |"llill 11 1)' SlIUIILl ll I 111 \'OlllMllItoliiil kidney truuljles, coiixliialion I 11..I. < 'r,,\r. Ii. UAr -- -
I Urown House k lull'I"1 ttiivIl : .. MIAMI-NASSAU LINE. MIAMI-KE1T WEST-HAVANA. LINB.
, flatljjeavI1It.Salurda3. > : .\\iarrh R. biIoht'sitetg1.. haul! M. I."Mil \ AJilinM : 7I: pin :_
I I.ttt Illk 2. Wall's, mid 'lo r)n 1.1)11.Thu. piles, -
) AI.t'hll.lllt.. . . :.r, inn
.. sa itt land .litlnKiiKHiuMieil. 1 ut I II". date otI coliN and, lic.ul.uho.: !: )Lu ry tlniu- I.. &., tb.. II. It.Ar Commencing January lt9OJ. | Oommenointt January 15. 18O3.
lit, lnHiiHiieo. ol HIII,h oiinlU'iile I I In I Hit* nil meol gist has Tliodlonl's. Ulu'k-l)>rtuiglitin li.iilHVUhAl '''- .. . :2 "0 amT l i. :.niin, LvMI"1II111101l.'J'hllr. .. . ... .. .1103" Lv MlamtSun' ..Thur. .. ............... 130.
.lolin Keltiin. Lnif8S8iild etilllltiile' thnllI "5 cent packngoedtIlll in <.li". .In. nail .. . 31 III'U' 411" fur Nmisttiuli, 'I'iit's., Fri .. .. .. .. ... .. .3 CO I'r Key West Sun. Tliur................. .10 80 p
THB WAVERLY I>LMeili.. 'i incd aoioifllnv I : to law tax: deetlwillISMIMI inani-: I'. &< 10:. I. H. It. pin I.v Nii*."" W ei.. Hit" .. ... . .. .. .. .10 MI, ii Lv Key \\eat tlun.Thur., .................11 00 p
t hi. .leon on Hie Until' clu>' ul l Mint..li'. Ivtii.\ .. tooth size for $1 .01), Never nteept( I Ar I'h 1 .1t"1" It HIMHollil Ar Ml.tiui> I 'llHir..Siln 1< . . 0 00 a ArHavan. t Mnn Frl. .t.................. 700.
flOWERY AVE., DfcLAND. "L.\s \\ ii lutes in> ollti'ial ciKminiiu! iiiul...' H..I! I his IL sulo>ll lnlt>. Insist on hl\l log the ommeiicinst February 21903. Lv Havana! Mnn, Frl. ................ .... 4 00 |> .
HittiTih: l laj iii>l knitIIHI' .) A l II lu .1 i, orilimtlll.le: by the I tuilns I tiom Jni'..krtonv'I Ille I to 'I"l'" ''''. ArXeyentTu. s., Sat. .... ..............\t 0 aLv >
: CbatltlIoc'sal1"tlicille . .
Tialnrt I flfiln I'alatKil .1111..1 al I XiiMoNtuwith LvMlnmlM/ m.. .. 3 00" Ki> \\ t TUPS 8at aAr _
Now wllti open,Iliu for tc-atlliu the sfiison iintikvl, ll'llt.Tnbla'.} utloitlsToi Sllpplll'd IseiilJ Clerk Cl i cult Couit HAM'I.\'uiusiil U JOIIIN t 'o., Hu.Noll C'onipiiny.I tinliiBKolnir" noMh, I limn. .liu'k. "' "
L'H-iil 5l.'t l iit'ra Dlvle Ii) II'i (rain I tot Lv Nun niiTura . .. . 3 03 I' ,
.ma re 801l1l1J1... ---- ----- --- I believe Thedford'i Blatk-Draught I Mill-on, : n inal;:; I.I':, ih-i pot mil u T ;.Ilia, :, in. Ar Ml I mil \\ .01., Fri Sun: . .. I II) :.10 II -
Mfes. <-.. AtlMiliuii-nt.. Is the best mcdLlne on earth. It Is I'lilliilini. '111,1" t'I :$ ills Horn .lii. <.kHi Commencing March 30, lOO'J. I Above hours based on 90th Meridian Stand

.., M. L. DRAKE, Proprietress. In Clieult Couit. Seventh Jmllolnl. CIrcuit good for any and everything. I have <.' > \'11 I.
I Ar >.a""IT..o.1'hl\. .. ..... .. .IIm.: 1
Conuty' Volnalu, yiuloof Umliln.faints a family of twelve children and for llnesf, h" ',
i i ,pt rs on Hiimu" tialn to Nassau time.
wlihoiil I l.v 1't0..IIII'II.II.. I ..... .."t.. ..... 2 03 I' or
| DAVIS HOUSE E. Alixitmlir. I four years I have kept them on foot hli-iiiro' "ilii-iluh-H ehiuiiiHroi inul t $ Im'r I Information ... Ar MlitmMWrt," Fil, Sim. .... .. .... ..6 to a_ _
8. ./IIO.J. f> ,
and with dot' 'k. I
: but Blai
A. hcuilett, J JVHB healthy no tor ditH.. .1. II. It.\ .' -'Eln \'.
\ Draught. A. J. GREEN lllcwaM 11. lI'o..It'II'.1. t ::MV. Itm. si., For copy of Local Time Card address any jfeot.
MRS. 8. 8. DAVIM PROPRIETRESS, : Ii Or J.icktiiim'ille, Fla.C. .
I S lilled I I lhai Mint l 11)' atlat'hiiieni, h ix hrenIliD'Uiilid II. II IK lIE4) J. D. RAIINER Asst. Oon. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE: FI ': No Kl lloulevartl. I I MKHlnat'. "Iz.him!I on lie tollowniK I d'lb.II""I' ,,- i I (jen. 1....... 'Aft, Mauon' tinBRIBER I
"" ''> :
T I.BO day J7.50 per wel'''. Special' mti f Sw 1-1 ol I h. "w I 1-4 of N'ol, : :!, T 111 S. K an T,
per uontullilliK. folly a urn." I Ull,. ii itil! time' 1-3 isPI S
to families or for scuson.WHNEll '- I lie. n w 1-4 ul steofi, T|> II !- It1I;I) K 1, eunlu'nl"ir ,,- & NASHVILLE' R.R
I twenty nvus, all .I In Volnalu C..llih ,
1 Florida..Nt # AGENTS WANTED ,
HOUSE .% unit'M' yOu shall I nppeiir' to 'the notion _First Class Service and Quick Schedules to-- S
'Ill llin Hi''ft Monday, I in Mut, 5st. 1>. IMI.1. jtnljc. and
In each town to ride exhibit 1902 modetIIl.
I one a sample
incut l>)' d..lllull111 l h" 'lithe iiuiilimi )"u. .
. ..-OP'N ALL THE YF.AR- Wiini.SH. lily hatid. und I ii.. HI. >..1..1) .l Hald Cdin 'V bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE flO TO Birmingham Nashville, Evansville Chicago,

.xiorner York und Floi'Ida Avenues, t CI. III II Uiiy ..1' 1.'t biiliil3." A.U. lift'" Il fSOA WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself. Louis\ ille Cincinnati St. Louis
New !Iaii.tS.[ .J.) S.\\11.:\ l II. Joiiutp) ', 1 ,

j Ill Location pleasant. DcLnud, healthy Florida.and homelike. I'..'Ink pL & Poiinnd clveull; | I Coin U. M), \'llfliln oHio' II. to tI m. Ar II 1902 Models 2S! a :: $9 to $15 -and All Points \Vest and Northwest.Xol .- '

" Coui> iHiiiant.OK .
Bates $l.ftO per d..y. SI."otftl' rates IJv tI.. .itO.'ilt'5' lur Eli I( IiTI11t 1900 and 1901 Models JAE ls $7 fo $11|| >ile, Xcw Orleans and All Points Southwest. nj&aTThiougb .

"k. E. D. blcl IoOD.: J'rop. tickets via the L. & N. are Bold by all railroad Coupon
Nt 111'I"1.: 't 1 AFl'LIOIION Kill .tAx 'A F'IU'' I'If1t' 5OO Second Hand Wlle S

1)tEED: UN Hi-It" I'oEUlItIN.8 ur1I.FlEU t' taken In trade by l our Chicago retail stores! ,ls$3''S8 Ticket Agents in Florida. ,

IENNETT HOUSE, 4SdS, I.A\\8 OK 1LOI makes and models. good as new. ......... ,..... Fur ) ,'luiliili-H. Iliitiaimil I .Sli-fplnir. <'ii r Ui'-il\nlluii. ., II|1',1)| l to J. M' FLEMING I .
i IDA.Norn I We ship any bicycle DM APPROVAL to 01 L, STONE G. P. A. Hmlilii. 1'iism-iiKtr-Asrtiit. Fla i
mi :au) West llu tit, Jacksonville. .
MBS. U. M. BENNETT PBOP. one without a cent deposit in advance, and anY-I 1"0'] Ky. >
'E i H tutrilty ntlnit II". II. 1-nllirrj I '. r
-- -- ---- -
..- ol lux 1''I'IIIII'n'I C Mi. I :.i7, 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL.
New.Yoik avenue Di Land Floilda Intel, I lie a,1 dny of Jill)'. A. I), IIM). bus. tlliUlinlil / r s l ;

ate $1 I to $3 per diiyt $5 to tit per week cI"'IIIen.II, in) ..11I..*.., 'and liiid um'ltup' risk in ordering'\ from us as dp not need
I ,
ullt HI..I..ul'u.' 111'( ,,1".11.i math' In Hicoiilant'fwilh no you
'.Special rules for families. or for season. law. I'ald l ftillllfiil.tniliiiieci tI Ii.. followii'K I to pay a cent if the bicycle does not suit you. I ATLANTIC COAST. [LINE
dureilhud. |>ioptfily Hhuiiltilln', I Vulu- A.tt i a wliiv-t, until you: have written for f-tll 1
Kloil, lat. .. nlf8PM NOT
ul SeC .Ml, TV. ills, K liii o. 411 act vs.
H. C. HAVEN lit J-4 : I: .. of all kinds at
Tbe-Mild hind bsl tIN IIHMI antd ut lint .lulu (mltile Tlr. equipment, and sportlnir. goods 5
iHaniincu. nl Niirtt C"I I titluau'In I his mini, of half regular prices. In our bl* free In' mtaloKUU.. '". 4oo- I
t ultir Umirlirht Umuhis mlrt it-riIllc-Mtc *- tulnworld of useful Information. Writs for It. :EtLL1zcLc1: CC>.
e.'Sia-6. Well Contractor, We In each town to distribute ratalollu for us lu
shall hu rt-ih eiueil ..acoordinit) l..wI.. .x dinlwill WANT reliable person>
atte cia. Write today for tme catalogue and oat special "*
I IMBIIO tliuiconuH thvjotli day uf :Maitli excbatige for ;

-a S Dealer and Pumplnif In Aerinotors Maolilnuiy.'iRepairinj Tanks. AD WII.'y bolt. oftlclal vlffnnture an.I"It'al t'jlt: Jil L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, 111.. ; The Great Through Car Line From Florida. .

thin :3Tili day of Februmiry. A. l fl. 1IHK.
Pumps, Windmills, etc. tSKAi.1:; ) SAM'l.. I>. .HiKDAN' .. __ __ ._. ._ .. J ___ __ ..

S .,. DeLnnd. Fiorldit.T Cltnk CirvultCoiiitol.. Vulll.11I Cou"lyFln CONNECTIONS: It't'...

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.lurnisliBil EAST .
f. ..: '".''>8. LAWS OF FLOHinA. : TOTHe> I 'ton' Richmond' '' and Washington, thence via the :- .

1" "' o'riciI la HF.UEIIY OlVr.K Hint Jack Pennsylvania Railroad. ,
'* II":';' : To'Let iUaldwln, iiii'hii8fr' : I or :Tan Ciii'lluaie: ; VIA ALLrf. All-' ?_. __ ____ __ ,

S \: No. 7 1$.11110 d Ihu Uti l day or July A.II.IIMNI.I h la FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS The Ijoiihvlllo\ soil Nashville via Montgomery.\
llit-,1. laid unrtltlKiiti-ln. lilY .111"u anil, IIHH .niudunppllJUtlon TO __

-25 cents Uw. Bald::: I or cur Tax t IHunru Dctil. etuib lo I Inane nets I utcordlnifto hi. lol'owInir ,- "New( Rival" "Leader" '"Repeater"YrIr TH W.EST The Mjbila soil Ohio Railroail. Montgomery.. S ,

tlenor'bfd. prv|*. rtyiduiutud |I.a Voluaiit
County. .'I..r".lnwlt.WJ.i I -,_ --. -TLl--b-tsr--'L j--'J---lr-. --fu-ru--rrt.r'u-'retrjt ;- I 't.
Via Savannah and for New York.
of n"M "t Hit 113. Lake lli'len. OceanSteam.hlp CBtupanj
j E.'Jtf. !illexqqdei'Godfrey Tbasnld. fand lx>'lnif -t-8s.Ml at the date of ] you are looking for reliable shotgun am- mm m f *m* Fhila'rlphla Hnil Boston I
J4is. the IHBIMUCH of Much coil, Illume In thu name LA Via Norfolk Steamer for New York Washington and S :
uf WullliiKton, 0..1. III. Unit.ma said certlltoate OF munition the kind that shoots where S .
: .IIlIlb.. rudi >.m.'" .acfonllnif to lawTaxUucil you TOTyECHOI; Bal tiinore. "
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:! ; ttcs. .S wlllln-n.. thcrion. on the Jlltb day utM "'
.roh, .D.-IIIOII. point your gun, buy Winchester Factory VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transportation Company : ..
House Wliiifss my oillolal signature anil, .&..llhl.the for Baltimore and Philadelphia. .. +
Win day ot Kebruary i.hr.J ftlilAN Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with ; '
[dBACl .

()Ji' APPLICATION FUR 'TAXpisitrUMI Clerk pli-miltCourtVoluaia. County, Florida.PARKER'S ; Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded To Key'W'est via Peninsular and ,. .- S.. .

)".B SBOTmM; J 8 .O It -AND- 1)). SS
with Smokeless. Insist Winchester
S ICHAPTEB 4888 LAWS OF FI.UR- 1 upon having HA Y AN A. Occidental Steamship Co. .

|ll>>>A.- -- S HAIR BALSAMIUM I Factory Loaded Shells and accept no others. "..=.. S ; _. I
Hi von tbat T.. F. t't n"l .b..ulltlM. Ui, jmtt.romotoj \ ;":
is M< r >y
.ricB rv/riv ht, p..455C of Tax OBrUnoauin : Moor Putts InxiirlKiil to R.ut grawttt.' Ors ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM 2 Eilag Tiok.ets. .,
of Jima, 4.1). lefH: TlVLflor? to it. Toutbfufltto.ttiidI cr. I ;
; dated my om". mi J ton. ':un. li-Sip, d,_.",. S lt.Irtsitting.' of the S
Interchangeable\ miles
feauoerittcMiii Tickets 13,000
r among
S, lu *t..u.. In ..0- jl l iMlfc* _l>oiM'itJ. Mileage good over fr
floe I&ppllcallun with law for Said." .rt.II'u. emfltiaCe5S -. -S ..&..i.St -- : principal railroads in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal ji.t-, 1'
alulICrlbt..t prU1i5rtYstiuNtWhi1mS
S f I I. OOUIiIY' Vtrtdit. II.-wlt: .' S. 1 Through Pullman Sleeper, Port'' Tampa to New York, via Atlantic CoastLine '

au" Go Ulock III..Coronado.PS .a""o1 lOt the date or CortwCrfptoTwoDcys. ; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway. .

.1 iw scud..f such betlili> eiiltflCMtC I" b" tiatUR'.hllil Cure a Gold in One Day For reservations and information apply tq Affentg. Atlantic Coast Line, .. --4 S

rl lit. LJ.Iusi lI..td 01111"1" will or write: .
4 .e.rdll 10 ...w. taX d".d I.lllolt,1 S FRANK BOYLSTON W. D. STAUK ..
ot Apr .
00 this HIli.dll'. : Take Laxative Bromb .Qi .Ae: .every25c t : Commercial* Ajrent ., Trav Pass. Agent. ?, ,.-.'
LS S 'IInd .sear Ilira. *" t38- WSII& Bai 'Jacksoor ". 1'1 a;, U' ::, 't' S.-
I'"uallll" 4 ** '? m.mtmml i *A& Im m i+t 141 ,MM at A. 1* : trwt. & ; ) _
.S lit1.r: 1j1ttot JORDAN... I ,- JL: EMKwqQjLV _.. >'ji4JL.yr. 'J.. eRA T ;,:, .r- >ff;

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: stock is and<1 (it'sl 1 itute Such .

nr: .. Tie BeLAUD WEEKLY NEWS} : oiling condition of an old .....
Lered to keep of J. J. I Lavens'er- *\

FLORIDA.. :Teased traffic. he was troubled
neither doc-
j 001 and :

.'. :. O. O. CODRINQTON,_Publisher.Subscription HOW" Electric gave him Bitters.relief. At It General Merdaudmf:: ,

,,,. I Itulea.OnoYear I'ncl Sam ... in short order and

Snit' ............ .. ...... ...... ..... .$1 O K( One of tlt "I'm on the road to 4J/ '
: mal' months. .. ..... ..A.. . ..... .. ... m Strange as It ." Best on earth for all Established House in the City.
troubles and Oldest
Wlic-u not puhl ii
the When paid tnutlvnnco.
UVttuuo add 60 pi-r cunt. doe not make and Bowel Com !
a I' ulng time. but Guaranteed by W. NOTIONS ;:
ont Entered aa aecond In the class potttoflice matter.at De l.and. Florida, to some of"llxcd the v. Fisher druggists. DRY GOODS AND
,iturs or ----
'Var Advertising\ rates Hirmwhed ou npplirntlon.AililiPfui ailed. Every :> -o .
't tot nil CRmmimK'ntlons, nnil- ;imikt;; nor with u !big such suspended a slender that any :::
the cbuckfl or money ortlerti. iwiilde ti> aln of these \ : cut It. Boulevard: |: &
Woodlawn :
4 Jua' : WliKKLV I NKWH.l and ,
TUB York Avenue j.
;. Put.FUIDAY uhitluiis, from -- -- New
La mi. ----
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'"i//i.'. the .. =='.--_--_-_ _-.--:::-- :"-.. :..::==-::. iVliou the "suit ; it must be taken I P1orid8.. ; >:

ane, ", I MARCH 13, 1903.( ; ll'tli uu'rldluu. : not swim In It-Ulo- DeLa.nd. ..-
L :1to'f' 'j"v . III the [ 1 I' ; and the Priest.: _. .---- _. .. .'.".-................,.It.I!, .
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h.1. : :: ---- .'JJI.t-lV'J"-lVUI! !! "- 'Q"or
because 'tJif! !
Commission has issued ultter 1 / ? !'MIl' !I.V.l-l-lV! !! !! '""--lI "--llt! V! "
Railroad IS L.HJE
The '
the signal
.eot nit
,. : r. an order making t the pasHengei' lint- Tliia, lock that it nobody is under knows strict 3t! = : SL ZPlesissi3:: =Ltfoi ':J'i.xc.e' :

L. and L.&N.. IIY the star time
A. C.
:' POC rate on the law even slightly pain
j'fo, railways 3 cents t per milo. The' lit three : living means derange- t ...e'.GO TO lHE' .
icfoi'o 12! a \\ Consti i
''tlol Utli. new rate is effective Nay 1. M-iHs of, the or, resulting Liver trouble.in Dr. :!t TIO OL-cre-: ,

iont by! elucti' Pills quickly re-ad ti QP
'an I _
The climax nan reached in tininjunction -' i-li-graph olllces gentle, yet thorough; i't'
: tall "s'ew: York. \" ) A. Allen's and G.V.. '"
business at St. Louis one
to" 1 tors hear this .

'4 hln day last week, when a judge:; indued ueuls, they *- -10Ut.f 13eatftifql1kes, < Boatiqgfo ...
1 ;:; the (I ) trainmen III about, toe told a good story
the 1,100 ( 1l.eqt.
;: an order enjoining nice.' begin! to in Florida the other Sei1boqs, t .o\JboC\ts, GIqoes trot .. .P"rY -
0 Id and firemen on the Wabash \,\ln's with other ) to a hotel in the rough re

,. l The east! III minute or He was attended N
from striking. a \
ne, \\" : : / who annoyed him toIfoqse <\ (oqqds. -
ho dork at ildir\isston
to the highest round No G1-1E1tge
will be appealed I hovering! \
;: :ye; mndi'eiU of : (
old courts. ,tents stop nt finally Mr. Cleveland Opeq to te rtlblic.. .
;& :: : : asked him to, retire. t Chlb .
ma n t notice that said the ebony t .
J. Overton Paine, the Jacksonville he. noon Blgiuil 1
: an* 1's de sponslble
ma boy who went to New York and (Iterators time \ ) : /, | i Parties Can Hive! the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen! Yith. Dishes,
the -
wltb : -
: turned a few honest (1)( ) millions on > time : ) PLEASING IN Moderate Rates.
: 1e L'hvn arc "' ) ii etc.. at .
the stock xchange and in the buck ''Hies-usually Inl'llt .. "' "I TASTE! ...t

cld. has disappeared. His creditors > building! I >> ) 6- 5 Lake St., To- t .
: et-shops, for him. But them IHMI. The one "" I of Ballard's I Hore- \001> 1.L001{ AJ1) :PTn. ofot..( V"t\ciq "
are roof ot the state > s: "It has never failed
is still one more bad man left in neat building! ) : satisfaction( and of[ all lit ,
: } Jacksonville. cady to drop : "' ; : I: it i is my favorite, and I a-Hefrl'iOhD1ents will be on Sale every Thursday, with Music in th
thl comes over the : I my many friends that for Dancing.
___ : :',I evening '
___ -- claimed '
.' pIavei talk' of electing Capt. nent otllces R done what r.t 11oi) i.-1i11r.W Ii) Jii1o.1o.i1or.1i\1r.. \ i1or.l i ;i..j,1r.1o1o, l.I i11i1.'i\\
They now uuny: places! In \ I i' "' cure a cough or ;; R.1iI.'A; -

Th C. E. Garner of Jacksonville as the urge' clocks 'I ; u sweet an.I so pleasing : ; : .. ... .o..o..G..o.-'*' .o4O.of
bottle at D..o..o. .o..o..o.o.c
Garner, as lervalory by ,, '" 500: anti $1.00 !
onf Captain : :
next :
mayor. ,
Board irranged that ,,. : .. __ 3- 6 STill UNIVERSITY:
of the Jacksonville -a *- JOHN B. -
.: 'r' president ml Is Hushed: \ .. .. .. ,
etc of Trade, has made that organiza of> each one of ', .. : live your life fully ami I

bw tion the next to the best in tho .2, no matter : ,, : I, this.market phase of at big the combi-same DELANO, FLORIDA- .
-- die how. In this \I In AFFILIATION WITH
him feudalism IN
United States. Why cripple a sort of
q'i Ret to the "
ire of the romance
col with political office'?? Well, the i : any with feudal THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

chi __ _n to cross the \ : ::,(: :: ;. :::: ::::: :: :::: ::::::: : :,::, have gone ..: .
tT ___ OTHB
; Th When the legislature: meets in telegraph I PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION .
: I
p tick, the time < RHEUMATISM.
fin the first joint session! will reelect I I Craig St., LAW 1
April gin to .strike l l, Simpson, 509 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE OF
Inj Senator Stephen, R. Mallory: trlct known It \ : ( ))., writes June 10, 1&.>9: SCHOOL, OP TECHNOLOGY I IBCSINFSS
i : ') baths of Hot ACADEMY
pa Ihe
the votoiH las. trying
from I
ltf as per : : fur' sciatic rheumatism, PRACTICE SCHOOLS COLLEGE:
tet of the state. Former senatorial RAILROAD I .. ; ,, ,, relief from Ballard's SCHOOLS OF Music AND Al
1- a..Jt,0". ( ( KINDERGARTEN
medicine or
half lh than
,, it ; elections have taken up any
D '
ii The> 11I.t : tried. Enclosed I.
ever Exntiilnatlon.
coi and been thsurceof <- .' UrivluutvanifmltU'il, to Prtutlte In FlorlUu without .
time of the legislature Ifkrly ( : order fur $1.00. Send Law Trulnliitf.
; it A Complete Sjstum Con-flitted work In Manual
bitter and sensational A wan with : : Southern Ex-
most : by of 1 nut melons.
factional fights How much. bunds und face ; ; ) :::::::::: :::::::: : : ::!I: all drulg lots. 3. An A Adequifte",..Belecteil!nnil l''ompotent Cuniprelicimhu Futility Mnwuni.Uvcr .
downtown : -. S S
1da.I ] *",::In Uiillillntro amid Equipment.*
is thus

w1,. better leaving the the primary legislature system free ,to attend over repair a big wait' gold ;":, I \, :' : ::::: :::::::::: : ::::: !: ; (::l::, ( whl..tDon't} )just what see cards how A A Splendidly Lllirar'or Kipiiiipeil ox'er 13imu: ( llyniniishim.Volumes.

rlu \ :
1w 1 "Oh, I memorize '
bent some queer : :
on to matters looking to the handed botli : ;, you're talking., Fur. further Information address' the President .

fir; interests of the state. wnlUfd out of (I : : ]: -. ---. .-- JOHN F. FORBES. PH. D., DiLtxo., a I000.'0'0.0 '

'. *l1-: die see _ _ world ment"Didn't Plait," \ I I .i; : : :: : : ::::::::::: : : : :(:]:. of knowing WRITES.if the '.0..0.-0.-0.-00-0.-0.-0'-0.-0
in the
The smallest republic loa fl'r. : ( obtain Herbine in bulk '
he,; is Tarolaro, a little island: in the "I ont," l i i ;: ;; I ( purposes?/ It has been .

Iv Jtu about seven an'la and then tbe ) \ \ : :.I \ ; ; :::::::::::: :::::::: ::: f me in treating" cases of[
; Mediterranean, \ e.
} !, '.._ man Is a : on by excesses or EMORY :
tbl half miles from Sardinia. The island known it to
have never
ac'to' about anti a half watch was I I ;: : :::::: :::::: : ( : ::: the organs affected, to "':'
; is only It Is ) -
j : bottle
? total watches keep : activity. 50C at ,,
and has
miles. across, a population : OOLJLJB.G
I "'
i ter of making ;
.:___ and wo i ::: -a. a .
55 :
of leople-mcn been S'Sl(. \ ::.: : : ; ; ,; ; /
i is elected foratt (( : own ,
men. The president "The ) on having your
tilt None of tho ( ( Other people are right' OXFORD GEORGIA. -19OXFORD ,-
a term of six years. rear ) ( 1836- A'. .
are. I I
st officers receive any salary.' The! of ders the to roads bare : ( :! ', __ '-'.- ________.__ :vr'V. '>.
c ( : ( I AND .
women have the same voting rights twice a I I i ,I t'1 .
th accounts months. On l ', ,,: COLDS. situated! on a high ridge in the! healthiest w-
as men, which probably I : McGrath, 327 E. 1st St.,
the 1'111))>10)1" : I Georgia, where there are no local
for the ability of this little republic} this : Kan., writes: "I have< ',
4 through: :|' Horehound Syrup to sickness.: The College( will] continue to ni '
to maintain its independence. ""'l1l'n a I 1 .
-'t. i )> ) coughs and colds for tiled in the to send forth young men well .:
these men It I effort now, aa past ,,

'h be Jacksonville- -- -is now wrought- up the spector Juwt for'ler th I ,I' .!I: (: .: I ::: :::: :: ::: :: ; ;;(i( ... used.ami "find Unlike it the i many best \ iu physical strength, in. menIal training and in zealous :-I .

amendments to : < I ( ; it contains no opium, but character. ..
over some serves. It 1
Ge : 1 l disease of the
1. :;; Tb the charter, giving the people the Ing about! $ ; :I (, I ( : heal quicker any than any other Courses l leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.D., .. ",.

co right to select their own officers.This this rattle .(. I 50. and $i.co at all drug j -are designed to ly broad foundations for any wal -
$ I
"; Hourly '
: right was forfeited several may be of ) :!( (, -S a S 3- I After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for N- -
; :
'fII' 1311 years ago, because of the overwhelming up to the! *, : ( I ( FICTION. studies in the direction of the student's. special aptltud -4"<,

At that time the watches \ FROM .-
I. on negro vote. such 5il ,( )
made aud ( ( satis The Cential DInInhiaII will offi, r good food lit octiiril .cott, Q .. It '
principal officers were appointive barred. A to like a soul a "
pej" ( eight dollars per month. Furnlnhed rooms IllS let at one dollar per miludyur. .:,: ,
'r er by the governor and selected : !ble nor Is \ .. (: makes an Impression at Tbla e .t8m U undur the liumedluto supervision or N niinibelulty
I changed \ John Oliver Hobbes In "Tha mind expurlunced matron, I IAll I !..
,. er: their own successors in per : | ." ,who assisted by acompeteut ..
t\ vote is' now a open face. : ;',', :i) :: :::: :: : :::: : be mutual.
petuity. .The negro preferred I for the college ytar
bu because of the watch Is i God that\ luau can continue necessary expenses a!
of the J
; thing past "': ( / -
4 iy sel, jority of \ telling and never get- 'WIthin 17500. I ILALL "
r trj Australian ballot-and the people "After In return.-Henry Seton l1laYJ .
rule A special elec- I ". Vultures"
want to again. "The
vorably I
C t' : : TiuL: OPENS \ .
: 4 tion has been called for March 31 a Blip to I law of a happy ,
? amend watch to that we must keep aweet. -
to vote on the proponed Indorsing( perverts the judgment :

,,- : ments to the charter. This In a kind this card < the heart.-Charles Fred-, For catalogue and other information, address &

tei of referendum, which must delight Twice a ; ) "The Loom of Life." I -

Eocialibts of Jiulieii>ille im his watch I emotions primitively bar- Prej .k
&v :- the who notes not Indicated by external James. E. Dicl-cey, ,
measurably. watch wits In the street would be
S 4 .--. whether It strange discoveries.-An- '

( : r For ., the convenience of the straws and ; In "The Intrusions of Peg- S.OxFoItp, th0UGIA. h

Za shippers, and utility of time this _.
: berry what the no corrosive like wounded
in reaching the Northern markets needs. eats Into the moral nature,

; : both the Seaboard Air Line and At.lantic'Ool1s'i "At the Its victim, destroying all d

., ,' Line have inaugurateda watch Inspector and, ; save his and own blinding passionate him The Racket }

>erry "pick-up" : :! reprisal.-James Creeluian ..
g a ; Refrigerator cars card to the Blood. J. A. ERICKSbltf, Prop '
of Jacksonville. J
moved from point to old card to I DRY GOODS) sHOEs, HATS, 'NOTIONS, OV

'. -. are iced at the aDd instigation of tbe shipper of for these which HI* he Complaint.goes to seek his for-, BY, MUSICAL ,INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC. j

:, : point until the car ia loaded; then m Inspector. I I' ,Agent for the SINGER, the best Machine in the wo4
_. '"The Mary, be will and It a
-- instead ? Sewing Machines _tepaiitd ard Jarls furniiltd..
markets -
the ,
solid to ." .
shipped at'each closely U not I. Belt aDd cheapest BADNESSJn th ciIy. Barnard -,
: rebandled those that ho says this village.
b'f beIng !
i : ; firemen : -Puck. IIii I'A BOOT AND BHOE REPAIR SHOP Cd

L junction point, .a formerly., fitted ; -- -. ---- -.
i.Tbe.itensiOU ---
,.. ------- lb
=c =- -- count of ,
rM P "of the Florida East'co' ; :

.*i TEUilwayrsouth of, Miami has engineers,

i It .will. ..b* a their
.begun. jnje.I.earueeL about

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JIO'\th .. :1jbel't Is I !\
'-\th\ > t, \
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D s s s sasZS s== IU o ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 'Conn. They will upend' about a weekin They may decide to build a handsome son's!: generous acts since coming I:

Best of Everything in Shoes g Society, Personal, g Jacksonville en'route. home on their Indiana avenue prop- I amongst us. ",

g Church and Home I I Mr. and Mrs. Bagot/ who spent erty. A large party of young people from
o time at the Putnam left St. Barnabas Church-
some on Episcopal I
00000000000000000000000000 town and from the hotels and board-.
Made In the best manner, by the beat 'I Wednesday for their home in Elk Services next !Sunday, March 15th, 10 ing houses fllllnir several hacks and
The Ladles Improvement Society's''quotation ,
w workmen, of the best material. Rapids Mich. Mr. Bagot was at a m., chll renit' service and Sunday "
( book" has been Issued transfers, went from DeLand to En-
one time Interested with Major Nor. school; 11 a. m., choral .service. with '
Finest Style and nest WearJs the result from the press,,and Is now on sale at sermon.: terprise yesterday afternoon: to attend ,
rla in extensive prove properties at Week-day services during
the news stands. The cover design the Palmetto fair. They did not .,
Spring Garden.Mr. Lent Wednesdays and Fridays at 4
> return till late last evening.The .
bY' Professor Sharp, is most attrac-
I We have a new line of Men's and Ladle tive. 'The book contains hundrds of D. F. Cameron Jr., and mother p.m. _

Low Cuts the favorite quotations of DeLand are at the Putnam for a few days. Quite a large number of persona Ladies' Guild of St. Barnabas ?

Ites. It is handsomely printed and Mr. Cameron returns to Sewanee, called .
upon Mr.Stetson at the College church met at Hutchinson Hall yes- I
: .' makes an attractive souvenir of the Tenn., to complete his course at the Arms Hotel last even In'I'he/ guests terday afternoon. The next meetingwill
of the South. He will
I (own. University were received by !Mr Busbnell! Mr. be held at,the home of Mrs. F. E.

F. OVLcElroy A large party-of-young men and graduate in Theology in. June., Smock and Mr. and Mrs. Stetson. Bond. The meeting last week was to '

young' women students, chaperoned by Solicitor Perkins, County Judge There was some speech-making by have been there, but Mrs.! Bond .was '

; Agent for Ralston IIenlth'Shoes. popular members of the faculty, accompanied McCrory and Sheriff Turner spent local talent and resolutions were oft on her wedding trip and the meet- '

the University ball teamto Tuesday in New Smyrna, attending adopted expressing the appreciationof ing was held at the hospitable home
Ormond Friday afternoon and wit- the meeting for the organization of a the town of DeLand for Mr. Stet of Mrs. Christiancy. (, 4$}

Uuuu'n1WWWWhtrunruwwwwtJdfltIWWWWWWWW' nessed the fish and game protection society.Dr. 1
0 game on Saturday. The ..-, h
: .. mmtamaamomtotammooammtommm trip 'cross country was an eventfulone and Mrs. Forbes entertained several i'WMK; >K>*O-I-OO-O-KH >k>> rJ ._. r
>mmmtoemmae in several respects. One of the friends at dinner last -"
horses driven by Ed: Oates was balky Poultry Netting, : Ji;

(LOCAL & PERSONAL BRIEFS) and stopped the procession 42 times eveningMrs. ", ,
W. A. Allen went to Jacksonville ';
._ on the way home. Finally the willing Woven Wire Fencing !
Allen ,
momao Tuesday to visit Mr. during :
aoxtal>tmmmia. mmoa--aaomoNaoomo---->bctem-e- horse was unhitched and riddento
the session of the Grand Lodge,
!School! at Allens' Phar- DeLand for a more willing.' team.
: : supplies Get a copy of The Stetson Girls.-14 / K. of P.Capt Barbed Wire 4
macy. 'I L'he party in this hack-several of ,
News has just been received of the
It' Is said that the ball playerc-did not arrive home James Taylor, who has been -
4 newspaper property birth of a daughter/ to 'Mr. and Mrs. /
in DeLand is "looking up" and Is in W. H. Hart, at Trenton, N. J., on till 8 or I 0 o'clock at night. spending! the winter In the home of Wire Stretchers,
great demand.: March 0. Mrs. Hart was formerly I Mr. S. D. Jordan and boarding at The

.i qk6! Call on Marsh Bros. for anything/ | Miss Luella Luckard of DeLund. Mrs. Silas B. Wright returned home Oaks, returns to his home In Madison, .

....:. ..1 wanted from a well regulated war- S. B. Wllsoa", J. W. Perkins, Bert .his week, after spending/.' pleasant Ind., this week. His sister, who has Staples. '
I, 1 ket. Fish, D. P. Smith and Dr. BouchelU! Leek or more as the truest of Mrs.\ been with him, will remain here some a

The street sprinkler was brought, recently purchased 135: acres of thi lara F. Rich in Jacksonville.Mr. time. _. '4
Andrews tract at New Smyrna, facing
time this
out Wednesday for tbe Brut
: It was needed badly. the river. They: will Improve K. O. Palnte.' was up from Jack- Mrs. Alford T. Smith from Buffalo,

year. and hold the property for an ad vanc.. ,,vllle a few days the tint of the N. Y., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Brill's new Gauzy Lisle Thread which is sure to come. veek. DeLand people, who have es- Forbes.Dr. M
Hose for ladies are cool and I
ular. very pop* In this l Issue will be found an advertisement .cetned Mr. Painter for the labt quar-
VV. S. Taylor was In New Smyr
of the Bowery Savlngf Ler of a century, are pleased to learn BIGELOW'S
C. H. VVillison has bought 40 acres Bunk, New York. People who have na the last of the week on professional b
f his continued in the fertilizer
of land near his residence at Luke' a little savings on which they would > prosperity business.
Helen from J. H. Wetnerell.: like to secure Interest In a substantial business. He is now recognizedas
institution, should investigatethis one of the substantial businessmen Mr. Charles F. Webb left on Sun- O-H>KK>-K>KK>K>KH<>lOCHOEVE+<

Orange: Blossoms at Brill's. institution.! A ]postal card will of the state. day for Augusta, Ga., at which placehe
Private mailing cards with local bring you all the information desired.
will hold a position in the job department -
scenes, for sale at Fisher's! Allen's The ladles of St. Barnabas church
and Brills. The body of Charles Plllsbury, who of the daily Herald.
died) iu New York last week of heart are very busy over their sale of manufacturers

Bring the children down town next disease! arrived in Emporia yesterday articles: which will be heldIn Mr. C. H. Willtson came to DeLand

Thursday moriilng/ and let them: nee:: and was met at tbe station by a the Cleaveland store-next Wednesday Sunday for a short visit to his family,

Gentry's big 'parade, which taken large concourse of friends. The Episcopal afternoon and evening. HunIrcds who were the guests of Mrs. Willison's
burial service was read by Mr.
at 10 u'tloCk.Marsh .
place: U. F, Cameron and Mr. F. A. Storerof of articles-ranging in variety parents Mayor and Mrs. O. F. Fish.

Bros. will be pleased' to serve DeLand, and the remains were laid from an oil-heater, a half-ton of fertilizer .
all their old customers allY 100 new to rest in the Emporia cemetery. Mr. Mr. C. A. Miller went over to the -
ones with the finest Beef, i'urk, Veal, t'lllsbury! was 30 years of age. He a half-dozen bags of flour, to a i coast the last of the week for a day's i R E

Mutton etc., iu town. was the soninlaw of Capt. J. L. How- lot of the most exquisite Mexican ti hlnA'. He met with good luck
ard, superintendent of the Clyde line. drawn work-are among the bargains
The Stetson Girl Waltz Is now on' landing several large members of the
sale at book stores: H --- : offered. The ladles will serve cream, tinny tribe.

:Stetson Boys Bent Gainesville. : ices and cake during the sale.
H. C. Haven has purchased live I Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kirkei: who spent
The Stetson University baseball
acres of land on South' Boulevard Miss Daisy W. Butler of Madison, the winter in California returned to
flow George B.o>nlon, and now has' team went to Gainesville and playedthe 1 1
Ga. after two months their home in pinwall Pa. this
lumber spending some ,
oil tile ground tor the erection East Florida Seminary club yesterday '
01 a ive-rooui collage. Quite a considerable afternoon. Manager/ Oaten In DeLand: departed this week to week. Mr. Klrker writes THE NEWS I T
quantity ot bullUUif Is con I visit! her brother, Senator ,P. W. ButDON'T from San Diego as follows: "We have:
THE NEWS that Stetsonwon t i'
teuiLilaieu tor UeLund this summer.U. elc/orl/ apbed I Photographic .
of 12 1. ____ _______ .
to Stetson -
by a score --- ---- --------- ----- -- -- ----
D. Jackson of DeLand and L. H. Artist. te/
fifteen hits off the .
cored Kennedy, :,00.0 "0.0..
Barberie ol Jackounvilie have won 1
their suit in Jacksonville, and wit noted' pitcher, while the Seminarymade .. +cHOlOro.t..O O.I.O.K+O+OVTE tO
now operate the ferry Iron Jacksonville only three hits off our Reid. BE DECEIVED !

10 :South:'; Jacknonville without :Stetson: made six two-baggers/ and a AIM )

opposition.! home run.When I

About twenty new names have been this news was red ved here "All coons (don't) look alike to me, r

added to THE l'i.lWS'!: subscription list Jut night the students went wild and you, or anyone else. Neither are all to serve our patrons with the best the

the appreciate past two the weeks.honest Honest conduct people ot a took in the town in good shape. Florida meats tough ; and if you will market affords in our line. That we

newspaper: whether It rellcr.ls their The team /goes to Ocala today for only let us we have
opinion or not; Dishonest people do two games with the Ocala team. )

r'. ... not. .. --
.'. Quite a large/ audience was presentat Snluna-llilt. .- :etT: "'r=E :MARKi.4 :: : i \

the auditorium eVtnlOLo
Friday / At 1 oVlock afternoon
.. yesterday
attend the entertainment: by L. Wa r
ter. His sleight-of-hand tricks were: at her home on Florida avenue, MlsMollle .. CONVINCE YOUof .
splendid, and tbe auoience: was delighted. Hilt of DeLand was married to proven by our ever-increasing busi-

,I & Mr. B. T.'Solana of San \Mateo Congressman this fact.Ye have on sale a full line ness. We sell First-Class Groceries at

y, .-, "The tall palmetto of the Halifax," J. E. Alexander performingthe of Fine, Juicy, Tender. Florida( ] nc r. Living Prices.
the inimitable Lharley Dougherty, ceremony. About forty invited Jfl
has been in the city for several days. friends were present. The house was Also a complete stock of Western MeatsE.

,. Charley still continues: to keep the
tastefully decorated. The bride was ,'
politicians guessing and says! that he L. McBride, "if On tlie "
, will give some of them cause to keep most becomingly attired in white or- Malinger. jJ....lI.\.E'I' Corner. E +
/' on guesting/ for quite awhile.-Jacksonville : gandie-and carried orange blossoms.The !. : RYLAND & SPARKMAN % W g :

I Tlmell'Union.
; presents were beautiful, useful 00..0.-0.0.000.-0.-0.-0.-0.0--0.0.-0..000.-0..0..00000.0-. 00.0. ,
1 fk The orange! groves around DeLand an'l numerous. The bride and groom I -- ;OO-K>KM-OO-K>K>-esiol!- *ai>O+O+OI-O-o-I <

f ... are iu tine condition and will yield tbe left on the 2 o'clock train for their ter, at Leesburg; from there they go enjoyed this clime very much, but

I ;; largest/ crop this year since 18M:!) home in San Mateo, at which place to Tallahassee for the opening/ of the think, if we go( any place next year, Keep the youngsters out of i 1

3 nine years ago./ Our people are vcr Mr. Solana Is extensively engaged in eglalature. Miss Butler is a very that It will be to DeLand." Our little: mischief and make them i. I

cheerful over the prospects of returning stock raising. pleasant lady in all respects and her city has a'warm place: in the heartsof happy at the same time.l
prolCptrity.'ltb a good orange
.. crop/ and the present prosperous condition ... -,-- -- friends here hope she will come again. all /good people who have ever been .

.; otherwise, DeLand will boom Students Ar Not .L4' vlng. here. I. Recipe : ,
? as never before. I A series of protracted meetings be- Lelghtonand Viven Forbes, Joy and .
The report published In a DeLand M. E. church
c Charlie and gan at the First on Louise Moore and Mrs. R. P. Moore
Campbell family re- them I
i couple weeks ago, to Buy an
a :
newspaper and will continueover
turned to DeLand from Sanford on Wednesday evening spent several days at Palm Beach .
:: Sunday. Mr. Campbell has sold his the effect: that parents were taking Sunday, and every night next last week.

: celery crop for $1.60 per crate f. o. b. their children from the University is week, at 7.30 o'clock. A most cordial --

Sanford. He expects about 2,000) untrue. THE NEWS I Is reliably informed invitation is extended to all. Mr. G. E. Muriel, who it now holding -
crates from the two under cul Iron Wagon or Wheel Barrow
student has been
that not one a position 1 with the Beach &:; Mil
tivation. He has_ already sold over
$.;,00 worth of lettuce and beets from taken from school upon the pretext There will be a B. Y. P. U. social ler line of steamers, from Jacksonville w

w this land, which will pay almost! the alleged/ ; and, further, that nothwlth- for the members and their friends at toCrescentCity, with headquarters

; entire cost of the three crops. standing! the unusually large registration t he hospitable home of Mrs. W. C. Jacksonville, was home over Sunday You will find them at

While riding! his wheel on the bic the percentage of loss! is smaller Jackson, New York avenue, Friday on a visit to his family.Mr. .

? cle track from the Aquatic Club] than at the same time last year evening. ______ ----
grounds to DeLand, Air fcP.. McEl- mm Thomas R. Webb left on Sunday -
roy espied a little snake In front of Flue grow. News was received on Tuesday of for Pensacola, where he went at) adelegate '
him. He turned wheel. as not Bought a the death of Mrs. T. J. Sparkman's THE: FURNITURE HOUSCOP j
Jils so from Cypress Camp, No. 13, J J. ALLEN & CO I J '
,s to run over thei-nake, and was thrown W. B. Fudger and J. W. Perkins mother, Webster, Sumter county VOLUSIA COUNTY. I
'" V. of W., to attend the meeting '
"'- barbed wire fence l the
onto the by have purchased Matt Lafollette's 15 Mrs. Sparkman left immediately for
side of the path. Ills nose( and facet in the Long.' Ham the Head Camp, No. 1, which met in o+<:>>o+o+o+o+ -I-034,0-I41.Obt04.Od4
/ followed
acre orange grove Webster, and Mr. Sparkman
were painfully ,cut, but fortunatelyhis is Pensacola on Tuesday. This Head .
eyes were not Injured. This fence mock; consideration, $3,000. This on Wednesday.Three Camp was attended by delegates from -- "' ,
._ is very close to the path and la dangerous the most valuable grove propertysold
very, pleasant hours were Woodmen camps In Georgia, Florida,
q to bike riders. The fence in this section In several years DeLand
,, < hould be moved back tile path moved that the orange industry spent at the M. E. parsonage Tues Alabama and South Carolina.; Mr.
further away, or plain wire put on and proves day evening the occasion being a Webb will return home today.
the fence in place of the barbed wire. U coming again. "Pie Social" with a musical and lit- Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.
Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks, widowof
.. _
l, .. Mr. VanSant delighted
-- ---.- ---- -- ---- erary program.
'I t the late vice-president is at The '
J. T. CAIRNS Proprietor and Manager. '
@ bls hearers with recitations ,
'i" Oaks for a short time. Mrs. Hendricks I '
," from his great storehouse'of memo- -Manufacturer of- :
home Is in Ind.
-.. rized of different authors, and '
(. poems She comes to DeLand to visit her sis Dressed & Rough Lumber:
-, You can always the DeLand Orchestra discoursed
ter, Mrs. A. C. Herman, who has been "
: sweet music at Intervals throughoutthe Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.
; nice the winter The Oaks.
;iC, get a spending; at
., / evening. Mrs. May Johnson nee Will furnish plans and specifications and ;
, .," I .. Justice, was present and made everybody Miss R. Temple Tompkins is at The fit: estimates. Special machinery at mill for

' .;: ,happy by kindly consenting toeing Oaks with Mrs. Hendricks; finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanic and guarantee '
first-class work In every particular.
\ : a solo. The house was well filled, Mr. Silas B. Wright made a business i'W

and a nice little sum realized for.the trip to Tampa the lint of the

bi. LUNCH : Epwortb League. week. BOND UUMPfcR COMPANY f' *

Services on Sunday at.the Baptist Mr. E. M. Carpenter of Orange City ,

church will be as usual, at 11 a. m. : was in town Tuesday. on business at -, +|-00800000 I V-1-

and 7:30 p. m. Rev J. D. Smith will : the court house. .
preach In the morning; the pastor in Before purchasing Lumber call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand' .' 1Ai ;
Mrs. C. D. Fish and children returned .
',' the evening, on "The Man with the Prices on all
to their home In Georgia this t'Li"

At the St., Elmo. Restaurant.J'iti.i are Withered cordially at Hand.6:45 Invited p." m.to Young these prompt.services.People'smeeting t',You week with ,the after family spending of Mayor several Flab. weeks Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling> I; 12:.

) '. Mr. and Mr*. Sherman Kimberley! Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Justice of Pit '
>f '
jJ)1% FUDqEFL ;:' after spending several weeks very man Grove N. J.. whohave spent. the Mouldings, Turning, : ,

pleasantly In DeLand; leave on Mon- season at St. Petersburg, arrived in ,

day, for ,their'home in Torrlngton, DeLand for a short stay on Monday, Brick;and Everything; in the Lumber Lind. Order. delivered. romptl j!f* .

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a THE OLD When there is a falling off in flesh in '
y !" The ] ( People g woman or man there i'l i "something FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY
o o wrong" And that something wrong is
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMr generally a loss of nutrition due to disease ..

c Editor Sir up To this date I of the stomach and the other organsof Deposit your Money in
pOY4OYk digestion) and
have not bad but very Little i In- nutrition. Sometimes .

curgement; in Regards of gettingmy flesh is this accompanied loss of I I Bank

Peoples to come & let us Reason by variable tbt bowery Savings jOF

+''to gather about Orgerniseing a many appetite cases, b the II tin ap-I _

iI: ) negro farm in our comnity all tho I petite does not fail c

See that it is Very Much\ needed & and there may t he THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
bNG a constant desire
POt it may be more so in a few month to eat. Languor I
irii-i J834 Now has J40,000
nervousness, Chartered 'Depositors.'i
from now soon after the toris are '
tability sleeplessness ?
gonu & then some of our good ,are symptoms Assets
AKIN nearly ,
often associated ,
friends will have look .
to to someone with this! loss of

that have made a few millions nutrition unit falling
off in /flesh.. $
i & other farm Produce( and ask for a Doctor Tierce's

rAbsolutely hand out when! they just mite as Golden I Medical ( Hundred Millions ) ,
Discovery cures .
I well 1'repar for the comeing sumIner disease of the stomach All the earnings belong to and are held for the benefit of depositors. The bank is managed by 43 ,
I like thoes who are Planting & I and of other digestion organs Trustees who give their services gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone except to depositors.BWF" .

--- --- I I getting Reddy to meet thoes Hard and nutrition. It enables] -

BANKING BY Long & hot Summer days; my Dear the food perfect so/ that digestion lost flesh and is assimilation regained and of Deposits Received and Drafts Paid by Mail. tti

flit Headers I gess that this donot suit the physical health re-established.

I you but i think that we should give "I had Buffered from. 'Indigestion and ouy! Printed instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded to j
those who have MiifTcicd front tt know what it
Ingenious System to just the medicine to cure the De- really I.," writes MIS M J 1 Kngin. of .1613 FnHtGcnvHec : any person on application to The Bowery Savings Bank,
St Syracuse, N Y. "I hut! 1 had Hexere
'' Taxation & of I thinks that this is attack) of hcnduclic mid;t d1AAr11eay,, with I cold York.
di In New zeaB corse baud and feet ; everything I ute I1.tre."d" me, 128 and 130 Bowery.New

: '' what our Peoples needs and if you bowels thin and were HI a couutiputrd,,,,. mtiuot anil: : :half/ real express iftouitng the very bad l
"t. feelings I had wlun 1 coniineuced taking Dr. WILLIAM H. S. WOOD. President .
AOOOUHT8\ TAKEN TO NEW will just wale a few mounth Lr>n Plerce'sGolden Medical Uincovery; I took time JOHN J. SINCLAIR lot VlcfPrrMent. ROBERT B. WOODWARD fit ricePrtttdcnt.TRUSTEES. r"4
bottles of the 'Discovery' and have takenseveral
;;1 get yon will agree/ with me but just bottle or Dr. Pierce'.. Pleasant Pellets C
I I comtitenced feeling better with the first bottle
ts't How Collection of (. .... now you cannot see ihroug the aud kept on inipruvltiK' Now 1 eve so'greatly JOBS W.AITKKW.1IUUH JOEL J!. ERIIARDT. MARK W. MACLAY. JOHN J. SINCLAIR.
.i,. : I! improved in health mv fliendyoaen, speak ofiL: l>. AUCHINCLOBS.URORUK : EDWARD D. KAULKKKB.KOBKKT OEORIIB !MrNpiR.HETII WILLIAM M SPACEMAN.JAMBO .
Charger on Out of Towtt ( walls and now my friends nother 1 moat heartily recoiniueiid these luediunen to F>. BAKER. M. UALLAWAY. M. !MILLIKKN. BTILLMAN.OCTAVIUS .
Avoided-OutMvovtth of the item I would like to call your nttenI HENRY O. Bum.IN. H HACKETT WILLIAM II PAHHONS CHARLES H. THNNKV.
\ ... ... The People's Common Sense Medical C1. LAWRENCE PEHKINK. FRANCIS T \\HITK
tition Hete..ue.: \ or'' rilARLKB E tUUlLOW.II.LIAM : CHAHi.hu: "
I tion to and that is the way our Adviser, iu paper covers is sent free on \\ V. BltOKAW. F Hll.KS. ISAAC R. PLATT. WASHINOTONMLROH..
r, Mud New ....r..y.. .' ",- the Streets & receipt of :21 oue-cell stamps fur expenseof JOHN W. Coi'iiitAMt.CHAKIP.H JOHN D HICK. OEOHCE' H ROBINBON.HkNRY WILLIAM H S. WOOl .
Boys are orowdding RUBRRT \\OODWARB.
tntlone."Banking Address Dr. K. V.
I mailing only. W. ,'HOMWEI.1Ogmial JIRKHIAM. CHARLES BcniBNER. Ev+'oENa I'NDEKHILL.'
Hotel! yards nntill it look like Pierce, Bulfalo: N. Y. U. BLANCH ABD DO.MI.NICK. THOMAS B. KKNT.
by furryboal" Is
development of the rivalry school are close & if we have not I - HENRY A. SCHENCK Comptroller. WALTER COGaESHALL. Secretary.lion .

New York city unU Now Jt... got any work to Put our Boys at lion tu :Mrnd Table linen '
I the New York" Push It this bel'ore It to -
says the nex 8 month Some one may Always do : sending -
ticed by Moiue auks uutl wash; l'l'ovide yourself with nourishing Kpilip .
lit Illiivk ( loth.
work for them Elcewhcre &
panies of Jersey City, cotton hi different sizes: accordingto To rclo" Mack cloth rub It with this "
Newark which nulielt (' the Pill will work so now we the fineness! or conrHeness of your Mulutluu and! It will be restored to Its DE LAND ,

York with the uucU'i'standing take the golden Rule & use linen. Paste n piece ol'' stiff paper\ over OI'II.'IlInl; bl.uKneiis: toll I: to get her for

., collector will cull regularly: : and learn to work before the hole on the light "bide and then darn two hours half n 1 pound of bruised gulls, .
poults, cuter the nuiiae In the with the nourishing
very a pound of logwood, a quarter of a
and transfer the funds: "by made to work of corse I may thread! on Hit wrong. The darn should pound of greenltrlol nut three\ quarts THURSDAY

across the river., Of lute a great deal about other thing reach half an Inch beyond the tear oil of water. :
terry oa tOO liar become very all sides, und I the crossing must ho .
because uf the opportunity It you would Rather here but very neatly uml jiccurutely done. It Is Slow to Sliarve. Caroline Kill......

to shift your bank balance ju> at this juncttion this will suit really more witlsfactoiy' to mend these When knives and carvers are blunt I

.l the tax lists ure made up. for knoes that cannot places before they reach the holo' fringe rub hem across n common brown
et accounts were transferred to and takes far U'tts tlnu earthenware dish, rough side and you
lj'r sey Institutions a few days nuo"' a negro Store in Town all tho -- -----' will obtulu a good' i-dge.. .

;.- avoid paying tuxes ou New have about live Hundred head slut Itownid, $lMj.The ( how tu (t'leuii lluee Coltarette. MARCH 19. H

posits. I negroes around hue to keep it readers of tills paper' will lit To clean lace collarettes, whether
In brief this )Is the system: pleiiHed to lentil tlitit there Is at least coarse" or line lay the collar on a large I .
York man curries a $luiuuu( but we cannot aford it for that on dreaded. '. disease|| that ,science has Hlnet of white paper( on the table.l .

balance with a Wall street suit me yet still we made just beau able to cure In nil Its stages! sod Sprinklethickly with dry Hour. nub
thut Is:: Culul'I'h. H.iU'M Catarrh CureIs !
account large, enough to
much other Peo- Ibis well In with the angers. Leave It ..
money as any the only positive cine Known to the .
of America's
bunks Tented Amusement.
envy across Leading
on for llfleen minutes, then shake well
medical fl'ntcI'lIlt.CI.tal'I'1l bring\ a cOn
offer 3 !! in this country & yet we can-
2Vj or per! cent IntereHt
and btush oil' with a oft brush.
stitutlonal dNciKe "ieiiiIrcH| a constlutlounl -
j a balances all the facilities of threads'f linn a Buisness I gess that I : tri'iiintfiit. llnlPH Catarrh Cureis
polltau banking und an added tnen 11111'11111111111111: diroetlv III). ---'S. .
Better call the that
on man or-
went i I, oil the blood; and;; unit-mil", surfaces: of Military Land Warrant. Gentry Bros Famous Shows
"Deposit with us," "Bays that club in Town about the system, thereby destroying" the $5.00 }palO persons! telling who has

Jersey banker "und your year ago & were doing Such a 'ouuil.itloii of the disease" and, giving one, whether I buy or not. C{. K.
be beyond the tuxtutberor's! the \patient strength by building up Kelley, Kansas. City Mo. 3-6
Business ,
on Saturday Nights
lIe can do nothing with you he constitution ami assisting nature _.
your deposits are entered 1;*+ the merchants in Town if he is III doing Its woik. The proprietors) -- The Highest Class Exhibition of Its Kind .T-
I have so murk faith lit Its'" curative
,' passbook of a New Jersey 11I dead I would like to here from puwers that they ull'tPloo' / Hundred One Cent a Word
Then too, account will be
your may be he mite inform me what dollars for any ruin lluit it finis to in the World. Two Complete Performances
New Yolk
ro, OS funds! iu the cure. Semi fur list '>f \testimonials.Address > -- -------.----- e
sour checks will be made ) do but do you Remember the I". J. C1IKMJY: \ CO, Ailxc-itNeinotits of ten words op more tinder
two bunks, one 111 New Yoi'U fell out of that club & leave Toledo, O. this head, Inserted fur ONE CENT WORD Daily at 2 and 8 p.m.
eanh in nd\uiife sails Innertlon. No ,
I adveltisenlents
,the other Iu New Jersey. That head man Hungry oh, friends Sold by DriiKorlsto: :: 7.:> rents.U accepted l for legs hun 10 cents. '
.lieve you from the clearing 1 my Al.l. S Knnillr PUN! are the best .0,
lection you font Hurry you will not Sce ,
charges ou country ( C FOR RENT.
a 'slve a New York nor Sam Horn: Ether for they
;: you i F- :
,r4 111 and if some of our Big PnddlliK.Make I+OIl' HHT-t'ultiiKPOii liouleMird nollliof
tort to case of need. Our gone\ lion 5% !Wake fl.e-.tnul I nlvfruity, lIlIfu'lIllIhud.ppl)' to C. O. \
,; .provides for tertittcntlon! of I would say so we will call a a pint\ of chestnut putts, s\\eet- l'lr-llIl'rulI. ar l ,

New 1'OI'k'b}"'all officer of our about the first of April & ned and IliMoled with vuullla, adding FOR SALE.

r tion who Is duly ijunllHoU lo a negro farm sO that we a few spoonfuls ol' whipped' ereniu Just ,

:"' $' 'accepted and payable! at the have something for the Sum beforethe Jelly sets; cuter U mold with Pill: ,SAI.E-Oiii, HIIIK) Slum Typewriter. Lie Lund, on*Klu.IfOH ('omit. .at
New York city: upon Items come Brother &, let me here a thin routing cf orange Jelly, then .
to him there. That gives you about nil Inch of rich brown chocolate \ SALE-Six-room d"sf"I ; good ,
for < ,
you we must do some- hay mow tnolp: tlve
facilities of a New York bunk bavarian cieam. (mid when sot till the acres liiml, ; city' wau-r and vooil well; frnVrfpB
Respt t .I**rnyt vlni'S, O.I oiph: IltrfOrl:
even the trouble of waking yours centei' with the chestnut Jelly; set unayon
Rev.Vm llle.. lixiiilre of C. Dl. or Mm. I. J. ,'olulw.6l' 1 a9 s'I'Ih '
deposits. Considering the II I King Ice to harden.You .
arrest allowed and freedom -.. -.--.- ( '.\ <11 1HII-"TE1. Idol' newforsnleehuiip. 1 ;If f
/ lniiiliu| 'Ulllce.. tf
KnntrlVhat YnuAre Taking '
tion, you lire really better
you would bo patronUlug u \ Immediately one side will be as when you take Grove's Tasteless] REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Institution." as the other. Chill Tonic because the formula is __ __. __. u_ _.___ I 1I
., Besides this the "banking "frauds arc more numerous In silk plainly] printed on every bottle .showing II OUt.: : Foil fI.\I.E-'l''n rooms, neuTT'n.iralt .- t
\ >'; but t und eolii water; 'laivejan I;
that it Is Iron and
1 boat" Idea bus been availed in any other fabric but here also / simply Quinine ilnerv .I..ot l eoinlnyr Into bearing, ete.v.. H. j\\\ w 1
wealthy mortgagees for the material of adulteration Is cotton. no pay.in 50c.a tasteless form. No Cure :Mowels. JI'OK 'ttI \ 1.J :

pose. In such cases the ] presence can readily be discovered. SA I. .-15 Here land 5 cleared and
)' few threads out. 'The -.C I ..) ,
i r mortgage assigns the a pieces ; good condition for nullIvutlonHI ;
+ New cotton will off short when ai-rca wild. Title p rr."L. Apply to WIL. J .
t Jersey trust company, snap How to Freshen 1& Drene.A MAM liFST DeLtmd.BLACK. .. .
,\. In payment a eel-titled check while the silk will stretch and clever bwJeIOl'11'1! who works all .--.-.-- ---------
o ,t technically credited to his a considerable pull before day long and] every day In a very dusty jA conclave ed-
This credit is never drawn locality has Imparted' the secret of the SMITH mighty wonderfully

to the mortgage being !! Silk, cotton and wool are the three spick and span appearance that Is the '

!{ the original holder ns soon us I of (cloth and by the methods envy of all her associates.. ICeguliirly -- 0 AND 0 ._ ". ucated Animal Actors. Hundreds of

IjY s period' has passed. This the purchaser can at least make once a week she lightly\ sponges her ,',

enables the niati of easy : that she Is obtaining what she plain, trim business suit with tepid water WAGON SHOP pretty Dogs, Ponies and Monkeys.

wear off his taxes In New for. to which, have been added a little
on the plea that lio Is In no I "Concerning Bilk It may be remarked Iquld ammonia and a sunpklon of powdered Y> All kinds ol Repairing .
ested In mortgage the stuff our grandmothers used borax. While "still. ullgbtly dump 9 Done Promptly and at
practice Is said to be talk about that 'stood by Itself Is not the skirt und coat ore pressed' carefully, |JJ Keanonabla Price.. A Herd of

;year to year.Altbougb I the best. Modern" Ingenuity the household' laundry Irons being euiiloyed HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
the Clearing House ] devised means of giving the poor for this uuipose. The entire

) ation has proceeded at article the body requisite for this process consumes but a few minutes, TINY BQBY ELEPHANTS

._. _- against local bunks which und tho result Id a perpetual and 1 percuilul SCOTT HODGKINS ;

'collection charges on checks "Shellac and other sticky substances freshness and! cleanliness possible ---- --- -- -- --------
two points-one out of town through the fabric will produce In no other way ,
,other located in the "free stiff a silk as ever graced the closet Now OPEN
', M1 abuse Is said to continue to a f an ancestral mansion. Such stuff Is -.--.-- A Drove
of Camels'
t 'or less extent.: Iu fact some worthless. It rots away In no A CERTAIN CUItK FOIl. CIIiLRLAINS. L-Vfipufian

'declare that the practice As a matter of fact the silks Putnam.
4dr I reached by clearing house prized at present are of the soft Shake Into your shoes Allen's Koot- Hotel I _
'' Ease! a powder. It euros Cliilhlulns.'roHtbltes ,
t Acting on this assumption with no more rigidity than I
damp\ wonting, Swollen '
Jersey trust. company will It I teet.1 all Druggists and, Shoo I Grand Free Street Parade at 10 .
.9 .
coy Boon test the agreement by "Counterfeit (machine made) lace Is Stores lific.How : .
'hard and fast alliance with a offered as the genuine handmade ,
c. I 'house bank.. At first glance It Is Identical W. P. CHASE, The Longest and Prettiest Processionever

the real thing. Even one who Is to Make Kniiltmlt Meat P...
o; an expert however can distinguish which! seen. Two Bands. 50 Glittering
? .l TESTS FOR CLOTH.How The veal and ham pie, \Is a Proprietor. .M
ml difference with a little care Ma common English: dish should be better

Pk to Detect Fraud When lace Is always exactly regular In known here. The bone end of a piece -- Tableau Wagons and Cages. '
4 3+ V.brlo.. pattern every figure tbe ante uf veal !Is stewed till the meat Is tender NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ..
a."or the goods sold as 'all' length,'thickness and so forth. with an equal amount of smoked hum. HEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP- .
+ 1 prftn is not one t ntb'tbut 14 genuine!; the handmade article there are. al. Take out the bone strain the stock and TKK:J 4888, LAWS OF FLOKIDA.NOTICE .-
writer In'the ..Ment'o Tri1 une. little irregulatltles." separate'the veal and ham pieces.1 Out l I. hereby !given that D. B. Paxton 2O:-XVTevv Features '
e ..
er of tax Uttrtlttcuto No. 58V.\ greater
1 part tho main each In strips and lay In alternate layers thu 2nd day or June, A.D. leas baa filed
cotton. The test Is simple.: How to Tell an E.8'. Are. In a deep baking dish. Season cover aid ferllrteale In inyolDue, and has made "1'- -
.r u
,, Is-necessary. Is to pull out a few The age of an egg Is now discoveredby with the clear stock and finish the with lloarlon low for Bald lux rtillante deed lo issue embrace laaooordanae the f..l- t
i 'snd apply a lighted watch Cotton will Immersing It In a solution of salt dish with n flaky crust that will bake towing>leaoll>e I I Aff" !
\ t.t-wltl
to the county 'lor\llll. RaiiroadsM@L
I containing about eight ounces
yf'; l; off in a blaze and wool will shrivel The dish
go quickly. Is eaten cold and Und lime to wH' ) of nw) .Seo 84, Tp 13 a, B ?
uD lI T t c pint.. 'When tbe, salt has thoroughly when cut like any pie It will be found 80 r, 40 aur s. .
a I' 'vrdfettnlsh tree, pure rJlnea fronnnnterfelt l dissolved,,-,the e/llt./ tot be tested' Is that the.meat la set In a delicious Jelly. the Tile Uuunnco aid land of being sum oertllloata aMermed at in the the date nnnna of ..: I
article Is even,easier dropped gently Into the glass contain C I I or Hra. W. V. Spencer Unicnn Mid "..rtlll0. .... ,
", >LL x f The Intending buyer need,but:wet her ing Jbe: solc';on. If tba egg Is only one TO CUKE: A (S p- DAY deed.... ball will Inane be redeemed lliercon.on according the 30lb to .luw, lax = 17T3'CTRST-d. i /"

?tatV, finger' and apply :If Id .' .,'UfKiMiithftfbe "day old, it ;rslnks ;immediately to tbe Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Mnicb, 1500.Wltneren1 d..yof f ?
Uneni moisture-will bottom; If three days old. It sinks Just lets. All druggist refund the money olUcial alcnatHra and semi tbUl27tb .. March .1mi
the', ,
pure the surface only; and from five It it falls to cure.. E. W. : day of February,A.D.11108Seal : : : A'S; ; : .:; )
d.A/ymllatragM) 'tblough TD.( uiiotil ( ) SiM't D. )OBD4.. '
I WUIJAgotaked.atDis & tract slr dajs aad upward. : It floats signature l 18 on each box. 25 orover.j I Clark Circuit Court,:Voluala Co. Via, II. ., l" ':1- .. & : t \
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