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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: April 3, 1903
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
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VII, NO. 14. DELAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY FLORIDA, FRIDAY 3, 1903. ) Coir.ft P v* CMTiv '

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.. JJ. to (J. c. so spring Emporla weather, April just 1.now.-We are having/ | From University! 8 0 I o Random Shots o LEADINGr-. ,

00000000000000000000000COME Mrs.: J. P. Felt's many friends are oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooABoUT

sonny, you must be all out sorry to hear of her Illness. They Estrada, McCarty and eight years ago a fine look-:
hope to see her out in few MESSRS. General
again Merchandise
breath. a were In Daytona last young man came to DeLand. (
You have slung unasked-for advice days. week, and witnessed the ball game. I I. He rented two houses-one for a residence 1
around so promiscuously, that you Mr. J. F. Bradley, our lawyer and e PIt and one for a store. He lookedat
must be short of that useful commodity real estate agent, left last Mondayfor several pieces of with the NI *
r 1 lit hoped that the trolley line be- property Oldest Established House in the City. ?i
? -which It Is more blessed to give his home in Chicago/ Mrs. Brad- tween here and Daytona will be built intention of buying and putting up a ''i
t than to receive-and doubtless you ley will stay in *the sunny South for soon to accommodate some of the most handsome residence. He ran a

would welcome a new Installment. It some time yet. members of the Law Department who nice store In fact, two of them were DRY GOODS AND NOTIONSSPECIALTIES
might belp to reduce the size of the Mrs. George Howard of Emporium, find it necessary to make a weekly needed for the transaction of his busi -
J.;r. thing you wear under your hat. You Pa., left here today for DeLand; from "business" trip to that town. ness. lIe employed two or three de- _
"Ya ._ __
h' see, sonny iOU take yourself. too ee-,, there she returns home. Mrs. How- v0 livery wagons, and boys on bicycles
1Ji) ,riously x'hose who have been here ard spent three weeks in our town, Miss Edith Merry has been called : He built up an Immense business; he New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.

J. for the past 18 or 20 years and have and liked everything except the fleas home by the death of her uncle. She made money. But he, miscalculated
.; \' tly stood the storm and stress, don't take Mrs. W. H. DeLong! who baa been will return in a few days Himself. He thought he had been DeLa.nd. Florida
J: 'a kindly to the callow wisdom or pertI sick for the past few days is some 00 sent here to run the town. He mixed t

advice of recent better. A class baa been formed in into politics.' He condemned
so an acquisition, sapient the Art every t 03t 4Of 0+O+Od z..o+I O+040+i O+O-I-O !K>KHO-KH-OO-K t >!KH-OOO-K i >
as It may seem to you by the J. J. Beers was in DeLand ont Department for out-of-door sketching! person who did not agree with him.

> light of your young experience.Your j.it week.. and will meet weekly during! the term. He failed. He left DeLand "busted." DeLand Real Office. -
dissertation on character and Mr. Robert Kaighn of Philadelphia e e This man's name was Dickins. Is his Estate j

conscience, and Napoleon and Washington paid his brother, Mr. William\ Kalghi: The last issue of the American II- tory repeating Itself today? The staid .

m though somewhat startling, of Eldridge, a short visit on his wa ustrator contains!!! a very com pi business man, the reliable businessman
I no doubt shows great precpctty. Emerson home from the south. Mr. Kai1."t,. nentary noti-e of the work of Mr is the man who attends to his ::Hoio.se Fox' Rent: :
} r himself failed to hit oft character poke of seeing!! 90 many .beautlfu Vrchle Barelle, speaking of him as own business. He may have opinions
I and conscience in such short me- things in the South. me of the most promising young artiste of his own, but he allows others to
ter. A /good many tears have been shed In the country. Mr. Barelle be- have an opinion occasionally. This is City Lots, Residences

Synonymous, sonny, means "having here and at Pierson within the past gan his work in Stetson under Prof. the man who succeeds in business.
J the same meaning! ," and if character two weeks on account of a pretty girl Sharp, and attributes his present success The man who makes his money by and Unimproved P.t"oprty.: 3JN

&,1 and conscience mean the same thing( going North. The boys think this* to the thorough instruction that working/, for It Is not, as a rule, the
a.r i- you are the first to discover It and the last time that Miss will come to he received here. overbearing fellow who "comes into
of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Paid
would do well to get it patented. Conscience Florida, for she will be Mrs. this sum e 0 it" accidentally.Not Property

., develops good character. But mer. Mrs Chapman has returned to her satisfied, with attacking/ a minister .
,. there are two kinds of character. Na- If all the people would judge them- home Warsaw, Ind.. on account of of the gospel defenceless Land
a wo- sold for Taxes redeemed.
poleon had plenty of character, in selves, and not their neighbors, how the serious illness of her mother. man, a grand school, an honorable

fact, he was far and away "long"on nice this world would be. e e boart of trustees, etc., the escaped". i J. R. etherell
(it; both kinds. But some historians GUESS WHO. Prof baa
Sharp accepted a positionfor lunatics in DeLand and elsewhere
are l'
.. Abstract Olllce, between Post Office and Bank.
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say he had no conscience. the summer at the Mont Eagle now defaming the character of every
w Y _. Character, sonny, Is something that way left open to him to vindicate Chautauqua, Mont Eagle, Tenn. He person who defends) those who have l-O KilOf 01-() .- +O-l-o-l-O+ +!O-I O IOt CH<>+. (HOKHO'_.
millions may possess, but achievements himself, after the question was again will have charge of all the sketching been maligned. But the escaped lunatics ---- -

,,1 belong to the few. It is f ". w their achievements that both Napoleon ney. If his enemies are so firmly con- able holiday. nests while they.: engage ii this war- PLAYING WITH FIRE

id.." Washington will be remembered vinced of his guilt, there are laws vvThe fare. THE NEWS challenges any man Endangers both the home and L'
, and don't you forget it. As to against the crime of which he is accused Stetson Junior baseball team to name two of these escaped lunatics -I son. One may meet with H i "serious per-
J-_ Napoleon's defeat, he went far before ; why was he not indicted and won two games from the Daytona High who are not financially benencU- accident while ell.aplngfroUl, 01.'
_", it happened, and I have always been brought before the courts and the School last Friday and Saturday by rice. of the millionaire. The love of attempting/ save something In
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taught that it walt not lack of char evidence against him used in a legiti- the scores of 8 to 7 and 9 to 0. The money is surely the: root of all evil. a burning nut house.Why be safe from pecuniary .t ) 6

.-:;. acter, but the failure of his reserves mate way Instead of being: hawked first t game started off very poorly for --- loss In either case 'i Carry xa
to come up at the proper time that about the streets. Stetson, Daytona making three runs The gnus of the enemy are now cen-
was responsible for Waterloo. Napo- That would decide "the vital ques on errors. In the third inning Daytona lered on THE NEW Failing to purchase -I FIRE AND ACCIDENT

leon forgotten, sunny? Ask any prattling tion" in a hurry. You might use scored twice, and once more in the paper when they tried to a
L French babe when.Napoleon will your editorial influence, Corny, dear, the fourth, while the Juniors managed couple of weeks ago, and not daring If/SUfJAfltCE/

be forgotten. to bring/ this about. But no, you to get in one run in the third in 10 alteiupt' to purchase the editor, and the lots will fall upon those"
t 4r But then I suppose you can't speak dare not, for you yourself admitted ning. None of the Stetson boys seemed they have guile into a systematic vil- best able to pay it. The tnml'il'
French and the of not long since that believedDr. lltication ot the and the editor nieswerepresentsettle all claims.
narrowness your : you to have any idea that one of the first paper promptly and.are liberal in l/iryiyer-
English will not enlighten you. Forbes was innocent, but that it principles of the game is to stop the with the vain hope of decreasing the their treatment of very policy holders

:;r... ,. Samuel Smiles says: Still lean has was a matter of expediency and ball, and when they did get in the influence of the paper. Not satisfied. SILAS 33. WRIGHT DoLand .Jfla.
_ wealth any necessary connection with money. That was a bad break, sonny. way the ball was /generally thrown with lying about him, they have even.:
.. elevation of character.: On the con Your sense of justice wouldn't burden where it could not possibly do any lowered themselves that be possible ,
trary, it Is much more frequently the the conscience of a gnat. good. The score stood six to one up -by referring to his unfortunate --- -. ----- -

cause of ltd corruption and degradation Another thing( Cornelius, that you to the last of the seventh inning, physical infirmity. If they think such. O.O-o
I"1 -the source, it may be,*vf infinite seem to have overlooked, or that you when our boys suddenly woke up and methods!:! as. this will diminish the lack o.o.-o.o.o.oo--.o.o.o.o.o.-o..o.o.o.o.o..o-9'.o.o- ;

mischief to themselves, and lf;often to think we: have all lorgotten. This began to play ball. They touched of respect in which the enemy are Shoe the Old Horse., r
others." matter had all quieted down so that Barrows for eight/ safe hits and held by the people of DeLand, they
'. And those pert questions, Corny, in there was hardly a ripple on the surface brought In four runs. Neither team underestimate our citizens. The editor
your pleasant little whipper-snapper ; the University and its presidentwere scored in the eighth, but in the ninth of THE NEWS has lived in DeLandfor Shoe the Say 1

C way, no doubt they seemed very pursuing the "noiseless tenor ot Daytona got in one and Stetson two nearly twenty-five years. He is ase"y

smart to you. They don't seem to their way" 'till Mr. Stetson's scavenger runs, thus tying: the score.: In the the same today as be has always beep.
have much bearlnjrjon: "the vital question / attorney got himself haled to tenth inning Daytona was retired in He challenges". any man to point to a Shoe anything' in the 1
," and-coming from one whose Tampa, where he, whooped and bellowed short order. Tilden went to the bat single instance where be has sold out r .
r standing In the community rests on from behind the prison bars till for Stetson and made first on a hit to -or Hopped-during a fight. Can as shape of a horse that

the recent acquirement of a pretty the newspapers took it up, and the third, Curry followed but struck out, much be said of some others".?

_. E ..'' store, a ready-Made establishment, lire was kindled. Then he compiled Merrill /got hit by pitched ball and you want shod.
With additions to two hotels
-. and boundless assurance-addressed to and distributed the filthy blue book walked and Tilden while trying to big -<
an electric railway to Daytona, one
a man of position, honorable character by the cartload. steal home was thrown out. Merrill
in each small town and fouror
and achievement of many yearn" Now who "started that gossip." stole second and third and came home lawyer .
standing, they sound Insulting and You surely haven't the effrontery to on a wild throw, making the run that more In each large( city In the BERRY & KENT .
cowardly; considering that this very say that was Dr. Forbes. Then your won the game. The last three innings state, with one newspaper In DeLandand ,

position and the circumstances, tie smart Alec reference to "the waterworks were very pretty, but the first another in Ocala, to say nothingof / t
... his. hand so far as resenting these fiirht.." Dr... Forbes hasn't Raid part of the game showed that a good those spring suits, the price of hats NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE. + r
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questions as they deserve, is con- a word about that, and IlIn'tllcely\ to. ,' deal of hard practice would not be will probably advance. ..0.0.0.0..0.0.0.0.0.0.0..0-.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.
cerned. It la lucky for He the Stetson side in that detrimental. usual fit -. -- --- ------- -----------'-----
you sonny was on Curry pitched a good/: Wonder who will sign the ------- --- --- ---
_. that this la so; that this is a law-abid fight and they were beaten to a stand- !game, striking out fourteen men and in the Stetson Bugle today!?
. ing community, since the only ade- still. With a few exceptions the same pulling us out of several bad holes. The --
quate recourse would be a horsewhipping \lines are drawn and history repeats second game only lasted two Inningsas What Will Money Do?" is the title EMORY eGOLLEGE i

/ or a bullet. Probably you took itself. It is so evident from your Incoherent the Daytona boys did not want to of a very clever four-act play soon to
all this into account; but if you should remarks, and from the fact play on account of the rain and took be :given; in Jacksonville for charitable -

ever go to a frontier town or a mining II that you were not here at the time, advantage of a decision of the umpire purposes. The troup should come (
camp, you would do well to curb your I that vou don't know any more about to quit, thus giving the game to.Stet- to DeLand for a week's engagement. 0

raw and Insatiate desire to ask: fool the waterworks fight: than Sawyer's loon by a score of nine to nothing. It
It must be kind o' galling to the
questions or you will get your bloomIng parrot does about the Revolution. may be said that the score stood five
enemy to know that, the attendanceat GEORGIA. -1903
.. head blown off Remember, too, Really, Corny, if you are going to to one in favor of Stetson when the the University increases, notwithstanding 1836OXFORD,
,f Corny, dear, "that a fool can ask more write editorials you should have some game: was called. The lipe up of the : their personal efforts to have

i, questions than five wise men can an- body look over your articles, so tbat team was: P, Curry; If, Merrill; ss, parents take their children out of
+ swer.." Now I wouldn't, but suppose your statements will hang together, Inglls; rf, Clow;c,Campbell; 3rd, Hen school, and thus spite the child in or- ia situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section ,

K.. I should ask you: and not be as loose as a Hock of bat*. ley, 2nd Marks; let, Ware; cf, Tilden. der to vent their spleen. One man OXFORD Georgia, where there are no local causes to

What wall your monthly allowance Lastly, Cornelius, my son, to tell a told the writer that he positively refused sickness. The College will continue to make every

before you bought: your new store? man to "keep your mouth shut," es- Accident at Orange City Junction. to take out his boy after they effort now, as in the past, to send forth young men well furnished .
pecially, "from the likes of to the
What la your allowance now? you Quite a serious accident occurredat had made repeated efforts to hate w'
likes of him," Is a very nasty way of in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian
L Where did you get the money tot Orange City Junction on Saturday, him do so. They would probably like
it. It shows bad and
manners character.
buy stock? putting when a freight train on the A.C. line to say today that such an effort was
your worse judgment. In view of the fact Courses to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B, and S.B.
t 1 Who pays the rent of the house you ran Into a passenger train on the F. never made. But it was. leading
in? |I that you and your quondam paper are E. C. line No one was injured. The -are designed to lay broad foundations for any' walk in ]life.
lire of the tall and bow- the United States
v doing most lofty With the case in
accident wa caused:: by a misunderstanding
is for election of
Who pays your household expenses? wowing./ Don't you think,.Corny, my of signals. The.freight was court, where It will finally be settled, After the Sophomore year, opportunity given

I don't consider these nice questions boy, that It would have been better going toward' the crossing,. down it does seem strange that about one' studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes. 'I

sonny, but they are "synony under the circumstances after all the grade,'with twelve loaded cars, when sixth of the people of DeLand will encourage -
k m ua" with those you have asked, and bad breaks you have made, to have the passenger pulled across the track. Stetson's lawyer, his grocer The Central Dlnln Hull will ottVr good food l at actual coat, not to exceed ;
c, you can perhaps judge.better bow insulting headed your effusion, "Foul Play?" The freight butted into the passenger and his printer to make such low ef- eight dollar per month. Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per month for each I
,they sound if applied to your- And in the future you will contribute throwing. : the coach over onto the fort ,to ruin the very institution lodger. This system I I. under the Immediate supervision of u member of the Fao. s
and matron
who assisted ciperienced +
ulty I* by a com patent
ae f. You forget, my boy, that Dr. less to the "gaiety of Nations station house and moving the house which supports the town and brings
Forbes baa "plead his Innocence," andthat If you will remember, that activity la quite a distance. The passenger train more people here every year than be 1 w
the brought
he has in his possession a signed all very well in its proper place, but was badly damaged and the.engine of any other five "attractions." All necessary expenses for college year way '1

.statement of Mr. Stetson's, that he Is that there is an activity which is pernicious the freight/ was. ,alffo,injured The within $175.00. ;
in the
Mr. Painter out
"t innocent;,/ That he appealed to the and infinitely worse ,than "In freight was, stopped)-in'' time to' prevent comes Sup.
.f z: only court having jurisdiction over nocuous desuetude," that it would be loss of life lor serious injury to plement with a fair proposition, stat FALL TERM QPl'11v,51. vr'rEMBLR17,1U02
is in the Uni-
that the case now
declared for all concerned if would ing as
and again better
j 'f' the University, was you any of the cars it carried.
... Innocent without a dissenting Continue to bustle..about,,your, nice ted States courts, this newspaper row,
1 voice. If you will look up parliamentary white store, instead of attempting to for the good of the town;:should cease. address
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE. For catalogue and other information,
t' TUE' NEWS: has all along contended
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,4*w.;a .blt. you,hill.also And thataccgiescencelnaiota rattle around in an editorial chair t *
> declared unanl- J.;E.: BIOELOW.: :. S. LeQuinn ofCavendish, Vt., was that the newspaper controversy waswrong '
'a . robbed of his customary health by invasion and we should only be pleasedto
Ip.ecludea'member
recorded
mofy and so James E ; President
,- minutes .b.k. Iat YourAllen's IhOeI of Chronic Constipation. When allow the courts to settle the case. Dickey, I ; .- :
from. opening"the Foot-EilIIe., It'reets the feet. Dr. Kings: New Life,Pills broke,into -
unLiimoua'consent oD. While we know that the Stetson aide
.: : ; a
excepf'by Cures ttunlons.lngrowlng: Nail, his house, his trouble was arrested and
puerile pl 4 that they < vote'. that way. Dr. ForbeO aeaao druggists and.shoe, ttofW: '25CC Ak .i to eurew. sc. tiW, A. Allen's a whiff and pass along the "pipe of Set '
c .. ppealedx het9vtawtlrr lacfhe: 'p It\J\ today* 'If' -\t",,*r. e.,irrw" and 0 a..W.i Filbert" drug sdor.smr44 !.?:' (Continued on page >-1) ,

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The DfiLAND WEEKLY NEWS ers, but they generally know whento ANDKKSOJf-AlSTIN. O oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 OO00 00

k + yr vote. Captain Sams is one of '
Beautiful Wedding Ceremony of Popular 0
D&LNDVOLUSICOUNTY, FLORIDA the beet known men in the state DeLuud Couple.At ) Orange City

', ; 0. O. JODKINOTON, Publisher. and. it is said, can do some power. the First M. E. church Tues- Ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo .A GOOD e.f-i RITER'
ful if he will
logrolling just stop
Subscription Kales.On day evening took place one of the Orange City, April 1.-Our euchre

*Tear..................... .............SI Oil telling stories long enough. most imposing weddings) ever witnessed club for last week met Wednesday weave for it. 0
a rllxmoathi."............. ............... .. tto in DeL ind when Mr. O. J. evening. Miss Rowell and Mr. Clark got supplies ,
,
,e t When pild.In advanoe. When not paid in Col. Bob Davis announces his Miss Fannie Trobrldge .'
& "i ., kdvanoe add CO per cent. Anderson and Miss\ Nelle Austin, won firstprize; o ,
Typewriter Paper
j candidacy for gubernatorial honors. and Mr. Sperry the consolation. This ,
"' ''r Entered In the postoftice at DeLaad Florida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
', a* aecond cla. nutter.Advertising "Our Bob" is very popular throughout I la, three weeks in succession that Mr. o Ribbons
Austin, were united for life. The Clark has carried off the first prize. Typewriter ,
4 R Vt rate furmanod on application. the state. but be will not have
ceremony was performed by Rev Mrs. Haxton and son, who have been a: Supplies -
the walkover for tins that Typewriter v.
Address all ComUlUnlcatl'.DI.'{ and makobeoks : position this ,
Palmetto Cottage
at
.. r or to Addyman Smith, with the Episcopal stopping
THE WKKKLY NEWS he has had the past few years in winter, left Thursday for their home Carbon Paper
De Land. Fla. ting service. The church was
his congressional races. But per In the north. e
filled with friends of the
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1O3. haps this ia what Mr. Davis wants. popular There were about twenty-five of our 0
o bride and groom, and the entire interior people and visitors drove to DeLeon
Perhaps he has tired of the quiet
was beautifully decorated for Spring on Friday for a picnic. They 1- G.W.FISHERI
For the past thirty the of into
.;-r" years gov. monotony walking Congress, time.
occasion with fernsbamboo etc report a very pleasant
,, ernors of the state of Florida have and. wants little in Joh
a strenuoaity and pink and white roses. Mrs. Dunlap and two sisters entertained ooo ooo mfo' 1oLo lo loL'1 y '
d been giving complimentary commie hU'n. He'll get it. the whist club Wednesday afternoon -
The bridesmaids Miss Edna
sions to persons who desire to attend were at Palmetto Cottage, where '

e national good roads assooiations The flood situation in the Missis- Stackhouse, Miss Alice Sheldon ;and they< are boarding. Orange City Furniture and Hardware Store 51t

Miss Louise Tanner Mrs. J. O and Miss
sippi Volley has worse the ; Miss Eda Folsom Fanny
fairs
expositions, inaugurals grown
a left for Port Orange Will sell goods cheaper than ever before to keep from carrying stock over through the sum
etc. The happy of one past few days.. TLe levees are Sherrill was matron of honor. Eames Tuesday noon mer. Goods delivered any Railroad Station In. the county, freight prepaid on all orders of

of these commissions possessor generally breaking, lives have been lost and Mr. Sage of Jacksonville: was thegroom's ,before where going they north.will make a short .UMJOorrnoreamlat I'RICrS; AS CHEAP AS CAN j, BE BOUGHT |IN THE i COUNTY. .1 1A

stay FINE OF GOODS IO SELECT FROM.
best SELECTION i.
worked up an interest In the concern much property damaged. The survivors man. Mrs. Baxter and son and Mrs. Ken- WM. KOLMAN.

r ql f to which he was commissioned should come to Florida, where Little Mildred Watts and Gilmore drlck: Wednesday for their home -- -- ....'

t =-and. Incidentally if he used bit. I our ONLY drawback is an occasional Ouerbacker preceded the marriage In Pennsylvania.Mr. / !t.
AUDITION TO COLLEGE AK51S. Care In Choosing Gl....... ."
Russell of Pittsburgh: who has J
to the altar.
: party
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: influence to advantage, was tbe recipient !- freeze. A dealer In optical Instruments de- i '
left V
been here for several weeks *
past, ..
+ -- The attendants carried bouquetsof to J'; 1
, F of from the railroads. Blared that It gave him real pnln >'
passes Monday for his home. Lumber Now -Bellir Cut Work to
r THEY STRUCK; OIL and the bride white note the careless manner in which half 5'
pink roses,
free admission to the grounds, am' Our Tuesday Evening Euchre Club
I I
Begin at Ouee. the persons in New"ol'k near glasses.
to the usual courtesies extended to New Suiyrnaltes Thought Their Fortunes carnations.Mr. met as usual in Library Hall. There ..It Is a wonder to me." he said "that

A4 j a representative of the state government Were Made. J. W. Fudger and Mr.\ E. were nine tables. Mrs. Douglas and Mr. Stetson has definitely decidedto they don't bring on blindness. In the .

From tbe Breeze. Ray Conrad were the ushers. Mr. Sperry won first prize, Mr. John add to the College Arms this summer first place the frames should always
I The state made no provision One last week Wheeler the gentleman's consolation. and lumber Is now being cut at be fitted to Individual faces instead of
day some one came After the
t for paying such "commis from Hawks Park and ceremony a large number Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and two Cairns' mill for this purpose. Work being picked up Indiscriminately with

sioners;" their complimentary commissions up tbe water flowing: down reportedthat south of invited guests repaired to brothers returned from their trip to will begin just as soon as the hotel out regard for facial peculiarities. The

their the home of the bride's parents, Palm Beach and Miami Friday. They closes. Tbe addition will consist of size of the lenses Is another Important
(, were only compensation. canal was covered with oil; but as we consideration. Most of the glasses I
'. These commissioners attended did not know wbat "brand" the man where a sumptuous repast was think that Southland Is a fine cocmtr)'. about4Orooms with bat ha. The main see on the street are too small. They /

the and acted had been drinking, we concluded thatit served, and congratulations were We are extremely glad to say that portion of the present structure will sl.onld: : bo as large as the face of the
fi; i'; meetings always as be raised two stories and large octa-
: ,
ill for
made him see oil Instead of snakes. given. Mr. Squires, who has been very wearer will permit for a lens of good
w;., t "t good advertisers for their state But when others came and told the several days past, is very much im Iron towers will set off the exterior size not only affords( better protectionto

v t. But recently Governor Jennings same story, one gentleman! ventured The presents were numerous, proved. Dr. Davis of DiLand is his view. The bathrooms will be locatedIn the eye; but Is more becoming than .

Y Tom Weir of beautiful and costly.At physician. these towers, to a great extent. a smaller one. Another tribulation of
1 appointed Tampa down alone. Finding that It reallywas
;t t" midnight the bridal party tooka Miss M. Dickinson, maid and Mr. To add two stories to this building la. the weak eyed Is due to the reflection
d ia.t't.:. r the "Florida Commissioner to St. oil on the water,Joe gathered a from the edges; of unframed glasses. ,
John Wheeler returned from Coronado a difficult matter. The new portionwill
't quantity of it and sent it oft to be special train-which had been
-i Louis, following the precedent set be built over the present: roof, The ej plushes should be attended to in ,
Monday.Mr.
analyzed.On placed at their service through tbe order to get the beNt results from a I,
; "; by the past seven or eight govern. and Mrs. Fawcett and daughter, and a new roof put on, after which I
.fi
Thursday this gentleman\ and pair of spectacles. Many lashes are ,
; \ courtesy of tbe A. C. Line-and, ac- the roof will be taken out. ..
ernors-and the Tampa Tribune, Miss Drew and Master Charles Faw- present :
the editor went down to make a worn so long that they brusb against
tJ the Sanford Chronicle and one or ough/ investigation, and going thor-I companied by a number of their cett, went to DeLand Tuesday to attend The Improvements also contemplatea the e\ass.\ This Is decidedly Injurious. t

: 'J two other state papers have been canal a half a mile or more, found the friends, went to the junction, where the Anderson-Austin wedding.Mrs. change on the first floor. The .New York Times.WATCHES.
the main Bolt and daughter Marie, left rooms on the west side will be taken
: stunts fountain head. A cabbage palmetto line train was taken for a
.:, doing great against the gov Wednesday: noon for their home. They out and changed Into one large music A LenMoti In Hoapltality.
log had fallen the canal and short to
across lour Alabama.
ernor because of this appointment. the winter here, having rooms room. There will be a west porcha A 111'10111.1' Instance of provincial bospltnbty -
here the oil had spent
collected to a depthof Just as the bride and In a email, Tuscan town is recorded -
groom entered promenade porch-28 feet wide, to .
Special copies of the Time8Union'demagogne several Inches. About this In Mr. Win. Law bouse. They made -
time
the main line train of the be surrounded by electric lights and by Luigi Vlllail: In "Italian Life
one friends while here who regret
w should be sent to these. two other prospectors joined the first many In Town and Country."
: :
"newspapers." If they can't find two gentlemen, and it was decided wedding party called out: "Wakeup their departure.Rev. .\ lady of very noble birth and ofconklilcrnble
T. Warner, the pastor of the will be a large children's play room, '
that we had "struck He." and see the bride and groom. wealth was giving n musical -
better evidence than this
againsl for use principally in wet weather. I'
A quart can full was secured and The aroused themselves Methodist church, will preach a sermon pn..tIt was the first time she
Jennings, they would do well U passengers on "Modern Spiritualism" next The laundry building will\ be raided had Invited friends to her house that
brought to town with
leave him alone. in a few hours everybody great had care the and oil from incumbent positions, to the Sunday night at 7 o'clock. All are one story and several rooms added.: season. The entertainment began at

amusement of the party, but not to welcomed.Mr. Besides the above, several baths 2 p. m. and lasted till 7. No refreshcm '
I fever, and everybody, old and young!, the will be added to rooms already in the 'tits were provided for the guests
principles. : Chas. Stoper a lecture in
An exchange states that tbe"bicy wise and otherwise, were going to gave house. but at half post 4 n servant' appearedand .
south canal to see the "oil well" and After their tour Mr. and Mrs. Anderson the M. E. church Tuesday evening on :
of chocolate
solemnly presented a cup b
t cle fad has run its course, and ii.. and The plans for the additions were
Manhood
"The Traffic
I all brought back a sample of the oil. will settle in Sanford, the Liquor vs. i to the bootees and one to her mother
support of this statement publisher Those that heard it drawn by Ballinger & Parrot, the
the Churcn.
The oil was there, and In paying say This of course, would only be possible
the fact that the membership of th. quantities, but it was similar in color groom holding a position as con It was a fine talk and deserving: of a Philadelphia architects: who |planned: tn n very provincial town. In the
ductor on the A. 0. Line. tbe Stetson hat factory. The work
audience. more civilized spots! excellent refreshments -
A League of American Wheelmen has and had tbe strong smell of the fuel larger ,
---------- will be under the direct control of a are always offered to the guests. .' -
oil used by the F. E. C. Co. It
Ry
fallen from 103,000 to 3,000. The
Students Beat the Faculty. E/ITERPIJISE superintendent under these gentlemen. :-
a? truth of the matter is: As a fad, the soon leaked out-we know not how- A game of baseball between the The work will be June by Mr. Granite Is the only common rock
that several gallons of this oil had S pedal eapoiidvncu. Which tliows no tracts! of animal or
bicycle] baa had its day; as a useful been spilled in the canal, and lodging Varsity and a team picked from the The Village\ Improvement Society J. T. Cairns and his carpenter crew.. tegetiiMe life. )
The Arms had immense
College an
I means of transportation it is more against the cabbage log mentioned members of tbe Faculty was played appears to have forgotten to acknowledge -
season this Manager Ripley being :
: popular today than ever, before. It before, escaping little ,.t a time, had. .yesterday, the score being 16 to 12 tbe receipt of two subscriptions forced! year to turn. away hundreds. iiii MWIVPIP1I -..*
fed the stream for several of Jo each sent them Mrs. O. D. C.Ellis Will Continue
% has annihilated distance; the business days. by Open
in favor of the students. The game Mr. Kipley will be able to at.com- ..
Thus our brightest hopes were since the first of this year, to /'
man who formerly though'that mudate 00 or 70 more I/Ue..11I/ next year During r the Summer J
was and to
i' dashed to the ground! and by the removal exciting throughout, up aid in the improvement of tbe streets, llO1ll'; ,
S he must live within fur or five than he was this. The season at the
of the cabbage log! the oil the eighth inning the Faculty team etc., in our town. -Ariel nolIcHstliBiiatronn)") of the traveling
'Vs btacks. of his place of business, is passed into the river, and New Smyr was in the lead. The fact that the ----.- --- hotel has been a long", one, too, ladling public, also purtlea at homo' dvBliliitr. board.

tod becatiae of the bicycle, living na's first oil boom went down in his Stetson Is to Blame. from the ant of January up to the TRANM I NT RAT'S $2.00 PER D, Y
ay" : professors( were not in Large' Cool
.4 training accounts present. time. The hotel l will close Rooms and Uood Table.
; :- a mile or two away, and is In better tory. for their defeat and they feel OraDlI'e County Citizen, March 88. next week.Spring:. J. E. COEN.

health as a result of the exercise h< A Few Random Shots.!!! sure that with a few days practice Forbes John shall B. Stetson resign Insists as president that Dr.of I _

a gets and the distance he liven, tbe Varsity team would not be in Stetson University, simply and solely I .
(Continued from flrat
;, puge) MedicineThere
from the "business center. Th peace." If Mr. Stetson and hit their class. Because of the scandal In the school.

camera took the place of the bicyclt "friends" are sincere In their protestations Tbe crowd was very much disappointed But when it Is remembered that Mr. Is no other seasonwhen good

as fad. The camera is now they will the Painter Stetson himself is the chief promoterof -
a passing accept because Prof. Carson had medicine Is so much needed as in the

'y+ alorg in due course and "automobiling" challenge; if they are not trying to employed a email boy to for tbe scandal; that he has kept stirring Spring
run
It and continues do his
to so, contention -
bas'the full attention of Injure the University and the town, The blood Is weak and
they will cease their harping, take a him, and because Prof. Sharp could is robbed of all Its seeming! Impure,

:r )iif'' those who can afford to own or rent pull at the pipe, lay down the hatchet not connect with the ball enougb sincerity. John B. Stetson, and not Impoverished condition indicated ,

; a machine. The horse may perhaps and let the courts settle the trouble.If get a chance to run. John F. Forbes, is to blame for the by pimples and other eruptions on the

'' condition of things existing in regardto face and body, by deficient vitality, WATCHES !
be the next."fad. Fads are healthy. they are not sincere they will con Dr. Baerecke was on hand withan
tinue their of vlllificatlon tbe University. Three times the loss of appetite, lack of strength, and I
campaign
; They lend a variety to existence; ambulance and of trained .
corps
trouble was adjusted. But Stetson want of animation.
M i they bring one out of himself; the.: and vituperation. nurses, all armed with hand-saws went back on the adjustment very I i iWE it

h make life worth living. Twenty-seven new pupils registered and other surgical instruments. time and continued to use every Hood's Sarsaparilla t

at the University this term, and no Fortunately no one was injured, although means possible to stir up all! this muss and Pills I '
Governor Jennings has come out more withdrew at the end of the win several with a view to forcing Forbes out. have a Fine
ter term than last year. This shows were nearly over- o Make the blood pure, vigorous and .
i c flat footed in opposition to an exhibit
that the people of tbe state have con- come by the heat after making runs. The Cable Company has a good rich, create appetite, give vitality, I and meet "

i to the St. Louis exposition. fidence in the president notwithstanding The fielders on the Faculty team Piano for sale cheap. Apply to W. strength and animation, and cure

; s The governor states that Florida is the efforts of the Stetsonltes to worked bard. but did not seem able C. Cannons. 3t all eruptions.. Have the whole family any competitionnot

i not able to make an exhibit that shake this confidence. to catch up with the ball until after Bleedtn. Patient. begin to take them today. excepting catalogue -

,would compare favorably with that Reply to "Rey." Wbltehf'ad. it had stopped rolling. Caspar-Among the ancient doctors "Hood's Sarsaparllla has been used In

of California, by which a half million [The following I ;I letter appeared' In the Tampa The line-up of the two teams was bleeding the patient was the first operation oar family for some time, and always with prices.
Tribune on Wednesday: In; reply to one In treating a case. Rood results. Last spring I was' all run I-
dollars will be and
or acre spent, as follows: down and got a bottle of It, and usual Our
whlohwilll: : bproablybearepubll.helInthi: Churlle-And now It's the last.-Har- as own guarantee
f thinks no exhibit at all would bo Uteltun Bugle today.. Faculty Position. Varsity. lard Lampoon. received great benefit. Mist BXDLAHBOYCB F

better than a poor one. The governor EDITOR TRIBUNE-: E. Hall..U. .. .. .Pounds. ._ Stows, Vt. amounts to some- '
--. ----- --- -

$A is right. Let us take the I see by Sunday's Tribune that Rev.R. O.F. D.P. earil..P..Reed.Carllon .. .Ib. . .B nnett. BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE our Hood's and rsaparllla keeps. the promise.promises to thingas we hereto t''

$100,000 that we would have to Whitehead, not satisfied with E. B. Paine .. .:2b . Griaard. are
s- trying to run the Baptists of the stateof J. A. Smith ,3b . .Inglis.C. back it -'
spend for any respectable exhibit Florida, control the Board of Truer B. &sa..S. . Hale. up. I

and put it into a general good roads tees of Stetson University, advise and R.W.J.A.MacdougalCf.Mickle.Sharp:' I.Rf.;.. .Duncan. t t Nothing Nothing can has ever ever equalled surpass it.it. I .

:.; !. fund. ,This amount of money spent'in defend the Methodists of the state, E. O. Baldwln..Lf .. .Pelot. I In your Holiday thoughts let

YL the sta e, will do more good than now gives the State Press Associa In the last part of the game Fiof. them revert to r
Lion just a few hints as to what shouldbe TRADE MARKS Dr. King'sNew 9
2 half million spent at St. Louis Carson retired, Mr. Rosa going to ,
,. 4;; done to your humble servant tbe Dt CION. W. A. Allen a Co.
) ,If we build good roads, and keep first and Prof. Frost taking hill COPYRIGHT &0. I
writer. In 1 want to Mr.
reply
give Anyone lending askeleb.ed deatirlptlon wamjqaloklr As they are well prepared to
Mt j\ our taxes low as they are at present; Whitehead a little. advice: place at short. Invention. uoertatn le prob.bly our Dstnntap opinion I tree: Coramunlcit.tiaiunriotly whether ma. Discovery meet all problems ,"

the build fast enough.We ( Hlgn name to the next Is. confidential. HANDBOOK. on Patent. W Every statement we make:
J state will up (1V) your Sent frees 0l tet etrenoy for """ .In._ For yoN 'rice
; is also
Patent taken through' Mann Jb Co. receive Ce'lr. guaranteed
don't want a boom; we want a communication you write. see a gl.lt
:; ((2nd). Get rid of the devil of wrath "Does Mrs. StronKmlnd believe In Scientific jjfmcricatt I
good' steady growth. which evidently possesses you; (go to the brotherhood of nmu!" A Perfect For All Throat and. W. A. ALLEN & CO.
"Yes. but be dIo'tthlok A kandeamelr ahntrated. weekly Ijiculation rx.it cir Cure i Lung Troubles. ;
It's of
\ some good pastor and get down on your of anygMapttde Journal. erma, S3 a
: ty The clans have begun to gather knees and for forgiveness and any Importance. she believes hi the v ear i four month*.$1. Soul brail n.wad..lw.. Money back If It falle. Trial BottUs fr... -1
in'Tallahassee of pray sisterhood of womeuPuck.Mrs. -........
for the meeting: forbearance.(3rd cb y. 'e4'Newfrk : ,
I"raD -
; > < Seth" : Legislature on .Monday next. ( ). Let other people attend to Mat4/land-lIfor1. I ""wonder It -----. --- .-.R .y.,

'.J,::.Volnsia county will be represented their business, and you dp the same you love uiv as much as you used to .' .

f'by: Senator Frank 'W. S8 1. of New thing.: love we before we were married You Grove's Tasteless .....
But, above all, sign your name to never mny the pretty things to me that Chill Tonic
.av\ ;':!" Smyrna,and'Representatives: Chas.) an article "hen'you again attack any you did In those days.Mr. .

", -I-: J' "'" L C:|Smith'of> Daytona and. T. J man, or board, or denomination, In a Matelnnd-Tbafs, bemuse I 'lore t >has stood the >test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Hal/MUHon
you more than I did then dear. I love bottfe8 Does this record of merit
!' t r_. sckmso; .of JPort.;Orange.-! None personal manner you too much now to lie to-you, you !' LarJossl ... .wry lMotN. Is a T.appeal to. you. ? No Care No Pay. Sot 'x '
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-'-' I OLDEN TOOL THAT ALMOST TALKS MENU OF THE THE QUEEN OF SPICES: t I.t I.

i'let It. Complicated Mechanism c.. ft
ITS SITE is NOW ONLY ,VAST AND! D* Tended bra Girl. TURKS b :
CINNAMON DELICIOUS AND III
SUGARY
I I GRASSY TOMB. The most t Ighly; developed of machine DISHES THAT COULD ,,'
a tools Is the automatic screw machine BY AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES. I AROMATIC AND PUNGENT. u.r, 4 4i '"

!'I'.. ogee Splendid Portuguese City and like manyxanother contrivance f \

la India a Macnlucemt WII..r...... for saving labor, its home Is Viand That Are .t Once Appetlilac, Talc Is a very common mineral and Is Th Discovery of It. v.......* Prop. +III r )

Its Masterpiece of Art the Tomb of New England. It is a development- Nutritious and loerpenalvo-Papa." widely distributed It is found In con- I I .rtl.. Antedate Recorded Illntory. I I I

.t..1.I.: Xavler. the ordinary steel working lathe, th* larlty. of Veiretublvs anti Sw..t.. ilderuble variety In 'nearly every state Something of It. 11... and the Way t

It Intermediate step being the monitor Tb* National DUh. along the Atlantic slope, the deposits In Which It I. Produced.
was Mid that
during the prosper- lathe, in which the various cutting
on* times of the Portuguese In India tools protrude from the side of a steel Some of the dishes found on Turkish of best quality being In New York: and Cinnamon Is in Itself unquestionably I t'I

you could not have seen a piece of iron turret like thirteen Inch guns from a I tables ,might wtll be adopted by the North Carolina i I the most delicious of all spices, being THE SIGN OF

I In any merchant's house, but all gold battleship turret. In the uonuutomotlc I American housewife, being appetizing The New York talc, says a writer In 'sugary as well us aromatic and pun r ',

and silver. They coined Immense quantities \- screw machine the turret Is revolvedby and Inexpensive and easily prepared the Baltimore Sun, is used almost ex- 'gent., Many thousand of pounds are GOOD 0 '

of the precious metals and used the operator so as to bring each tool from articles that are to be found hereIn elusively as a filler in the manufacture consumed annually lu every civilized

1' ;JJ make into play, Just as the turret on the old great abumidane e. of paper. Most of the North Carolina country, and it Id. also highly appreciated
to of
pieces workmanship lu Monitor by even seiulclvlllzed and Here is the Oak- "
was revolved to bring one gun Turks do care talc is ground to a powder and used in : barbarous great
::.J Ii: them for exportation. The very soldiers not for salads, but prefer |! nations
after another Into action But where culinary art and Easel)
In the
now
on display at
'1 the
manufacture of
'f enriched themselves by court meat Cab, veie'totJles and sweet toilet powders. The ;medicine have
automatic machine as yet made little
I the work is done progress -
our tore It contains the
.
= coerces without human guidance.In dishes. The Bosporus furnishes a great talc mined In Virginia is used for the i A

But then at last came the Inquisition, making screws, nuts, bolts, studs variety of excellent fish, among them most part in the" manufacture of washtubs 'I Its uses In sweet cookery are Innu line of beautiful new spring

'which celebrated Its terrible and deadly] and other small pieces that must be the red, mullet, oysters and mussels, laboratory zincs, stove bricks, etc. i merable. There are very few fruits tailoring samples sent us by '

rites with more fervor and vehemence turned, drilled or threaded for watches, but the Turks have no Idea of the Other states that have produced talc which are not Improved In preserves,

,'". -' at Goa than In any other place Kelt- clocks, typewriters, electrical Instru- choice of cuts and simply ask for so or soapstone are Maryland, Georgia 'pickles and pastries by the addition of STRAUSS 8R 0 S. Chicago

gloue persecution, pestilence anti war ments and other mechanisms all the many okus, caring nothing so that they and California. A large part of the 'more or less of this delicate bark, it Is Good Tailor for 2b Y* r.
\:.. (with the Dutch, disturbances arising operator has to do Is 'an essential flavoring lu all cakes
, i to feed the get meaty pieces with few bones. soapstone lulled In these latter states spice The Ot k-Easel is the "
from an unsettled government, and, "stock"-a thin 'and In varieties of and ,
long, rod of steel or Is ground and Is used many : pies pud
as paint,
1 ,S above all, the slow but sure workings brass-to the machine. The feeding Corned beef, roust beef, steak these ailing lubricants, etc. paper 'dIngs In chocolate, confectionery, connecling link between the

ft the shortsighted policy of tbe Portuguese mechanism carries the rod slowly forward are unknown. Mutton, beet, a little Aluminium In Early Day I| candles, cordials and liqueurs< clnunmou tailor and the f faultlessly; finished
In intermarrying and Identifying Into the veal, fowls and game are eaten. PorkIs 'contributes
I. field of action. The tur Aluminium, the latest metal to come an Incomparable' flavor. garments which give
themselves with the Hindoos of the< ret advances and puts its first tool at "the unutterable flesh. into ;( Its medicinal value Is well knownas '
practical has
use, twice before much
so to
"
"' llowest caste, made her tall as rnpid as work on tbe end of the rod. When this Breakfast with the Turks of all been extracted from the an antispasmodic and carminativeand you pleasure
.!, Iher rise was sudden and lglol1s."S tool has done its task clay which tonic. Its Is recommended wear. It's really a lessonin 1
<. '" ; pl'o tbe turret withdraws classes consists of a cup of coffee and contains it. The first time was lu B. C. use as
-;. f In less than a century and a half nft- It, turns and advances a second bread. A piece of cheese rolled into the 37, when a Itornnn workman named a preventive and remedy for cholera good clothes buying t to
\ r er Da Gama had landed on the Indianshore tool into action. t and In when .
Each seasons
Y ', cutting tool fat pancake Is eaten by the laborers. Faber brought to the Emperor Tiberius stomach troubles sec/ this great collectionof
I the splendor of Goa bad departed around the turret bus Its distinct workto prevail clnnumon drops are recommended -
r This Is sometimes exchanged for cakes a cup of silvery white metal like sllver tailoring novelties.
forever. The Inhabitants tied beforethe perform' -one cutting a thread, another as tbe most wholesome form
deadly fever which soon fastened shaping a head, another putting that are much like pretzels, only larger this, but much lighter. In terror lest of candy for children. Prices low and *n>tlifc-

upon the devoted precincts of the city, pn a point, another drilling a bole, still and not so burd. In the fruit season of novel no value discovery the" might render sllver -i The discovery of the valuable properties tlon absolutely *\i....r.anteed. .

J t and In 1758 the viceroy transferred bin another" putting on knurling. The tur Different kinds of ft ult are added. the emperor promptlyhad of clnuninon antedates recorded f Call soon .
unlucky man beheaded. A similar
headquarters from the.anclent capital ret automatically brings each of perhaps Black bread' made of unboiled rye Hour fate befell a Frenchman who history, as It Is mentioned In the Bible ,

to Parjlna, about eight miles distant. six tools Into action, and when Is sold everywhere and when fresh Is brought a piece of aluminium to the In the book of Exodus as one of the F. W. KOESTER.WALKS : : 1.

Soon afterward the religious 0l'del'8were tbe work is finished the completed delicious. With a few grapes, a piece French Cardinal Richelieu. He was ingredients of the sacred oil with .

expelled, leaving their magnificent screw drops Into a pan, while the of the nutlve cheese and a cup of coffee Imprisoned for life.Wonderful. which the priests were anointed.' So
convents and churches all but ut- "stock" Is automatically fed forward the richest I highly was the sweet bark esteemedby WITHOUT CRUTCHES.
Is
terly deserted, and the Inquisition was to begin the complex operation again.A : man satisfied. Scale. the ancients that even a small piece I was much afflicted with sciatica, y
stream of machine oil With all fish lobsters and many The grand balance or scale used In considered writes Ed. C. Nud Iowaville 7
suppressed upon the recommendation pours continuously was n fit gift for a king. It Sedgwick f
\ jof the British government. on the work to carry away the meats a suit of salad dressing Is served the Bank of England Is probably the Is always mentioned as an especially Co., Kan., "going about on crutches

-" '''The place is now a grass grown wil beat, and the little metal cuttings collect made of garlic, oil, breadcrumbs and most wonderful piece of mechanism" to ,choice substance by Greek< writers pre- and suffering a deal of pain.. I was induced

derness. But still the firm and well In a heap' under the machine. vinegar, all bruised to a cream with be seen anywhere. It stands about j vious to the Cl.l1'htllln'I'a, It Is said to try Ballard's Snow Liniment,

built causeways of this olden city and Hour after hour this wonderful automaton caviare or cucumber. Mussels are much seven feet "high and weighs probably '.' that the Arab tl'IIII'rll.'bo first which relieved me. I used three soc.

'. Its Laddering splendors are reminiscent goes through Its cycle of operations larger than In this country. They are two tons. This scale in so perfectly : brought It to Egypt and western Asia, bottles It is the greatest liniment I
the turret clicking adjusted' that It can weigh a grain of surrounded its and ever used; have recommended it to a
a of echoing pageants and the tramp of every moment washed steamed until they open, then history productionwith
armies which once sounded there. As as it !brings a new tool forward. filled with rice, chopped" onion and pep- dust: or 400) pounds of gold. A postage!: special tales of mystery and number of persons, all express themselves .
Small brass stamp placed on one of the two w,igu- as being benefittcd by it. I now
pieces, on which but and magic.
one butter
.we, tread the ancient wharf, a long per packed closely!:! In a vessel
broad road, lined with double of tool cuts, are dropped at the rate of and halted an hour. Ing portions will move the Index !nix: The cluununion tree is a member of walk without crutches, able to per- ,
a
trees and faced with stone, a more row suggestive tour a second. Large screws of complicated Turks make few soups, as they prefer Inches If the weight placed) upon theI I tbe laurel family, which In the tropicsIs form "a !great deal of light labor on the e

a' scene of desolation can hardlybe design upon which a whole solid food, but sardines, anchovies and scale Is beyond its capacity ail electric represented: by a large number of farm 25c joe. and $1.00 at all d1''gIti -
l'l- turretful of tools bell Is set ringing the machine declining ts. 4.
must work are cut salted olives aromatic and medlclnul trees and -
conceived. Everything around teems or pistachio nuts are eaten I __ -C.
from to execute a task of is incapable L n'
with melancholy associations, the very a steel rod at the rate of one or before meals as appetl eJ'S. Of vegetables whlcbjt) at-us.
w two a minute. So perfectly are these which enter largely Into their There are several closely allied cinnamon -
rustlings of the trees and murmur of
the waves sound like a dirge for the departed screw machines constructed that an un- diet, the favorite Is the tomato, and Arsenic Pound In Animal. trees, but tbe finest bark Is procured here WarJnnecesjary ND

1 grandeur of a city. skilled workman can operate a row of scarcely any dish Is considered complete Chemically tested tbe tissues of a from a species' native to till island \ Delay

Towering above a mass of ruins a them. All he Is required to do Is to keep without It, though they never eat wide variety of animals, from mammals of Ceylon distinguished by botanists .
them fed with "stock." In down to the have Ciumiuionlum In
given zeyluulcum.
some > as
shops this vegetable To sponges
solitary gateway flanks the E'nh'anceli raw preserve tomatoes There hud been trouble between Mr.
girls tend the machlnes.Success.PICKINGS !! for whiter boll I evidence of the presence: of arsenic in a state of nature this grows to be a
to the Strada uiretta, me StralgbtI : use they them until Wllllnni I Scott and ;Mr. Snniuel: Itrown:
I n, street, so called because almost all the the skins are loose, then pass them I I small quantities-one might more cor- tree from twenty to thirty feet In at lied n.irf City, amid ;Mr.Vlllluin
. recti)' mere tJ'nces-but still show. height with rather large oval entire
li streets In old Goa are laid out In cur through/ colanders after which they j say Scott started out one evening to locate
.. FROM FICTION throw salt Into the This lug the actual existence of the metal. margined leaves and yellowish (lowerssucceeded
pulp. causes it the
;.vlllnear form. It was through this exact whereabouts of t the other
The explanation given Id that arsenic by small !brown drupes re-
to settle and the
portal surmounted by the figures of water Is poured off gentleumu. \Vhtn he bud d.jno so. he
The I
time for
repentance is In ad- Itself is an element entering into the ] Beiubllng acorns In shape. The grayish
while the residue
St: Catherine and Vasco da Gama that is put Into thin bags bustled Into the saloon with the re-
vance of the crime.-"Abroad With the and bung In the Innate composition of living matter It brown bark Is Internally of an orange
__ I i the newly appointed viceroys of Goa shade. The next day murk:
Jimmies. Is also shown that arsenic is chiefly to color, which change upon drying tu
It Is spread fiat surfaces
passed !In triumphal procession to tbepalace. on to dry. "Sorry to disturb anybody, but I'll
It is less futile to consider' our past Later It is cut into be detected In tbe external or skill tissues the characteristic brown which Is the
squares and laid gut through,: with thin" matter as quick
than to predict our future.-"Philip In covered jars This while an additional fact of Interest recognized\ name of a particular! shade.
Beyond the gate a level road, once a process retains as posaibie"He :
Longstreth. credits some sea plants with exhibiting : : Almost every part' of the tree yields
the taste and '
populous thoroughfare, lends to the qualities of the tomato had scarcely entered when there
If a man admires a girl at all. he will this substance. some choice substance and is especially
better than
Terra dt Sabalo, a large square fronting cunning and a little water was a pup! pop) pop! lasting fur sixty
want to marry her as long as she treats makes the pulp motet again. A New )loou.t.,..*. rich In oil. The roots yield camphorand
the Prlmaclal, or Cathedral of St. second Thin the fusillade!: ceased,
him badly.-"Myra of the Pines" A form of the loaves an oil resembling the
new moonstone having\
Potatoes, a taste for which Is
'' Catherine, who became the patron an acquired I and time smoke lifted up to reveal two
Well It Is to be able of red which in oil of cloves and often substituted> for
to read runes crystals graphite, some
one with the Turk, are first
dead
saint of Goa when the place was captured I men lying on the hour."Boys .
but better It Is to know It of It, while from the fruit, a substance
yet give the
what the boiled, mashed with and little positions appearance sun- "
by Albuquerque on the day of eggs a said the tuiloonls-t. to the men
Lord bus written' In men's stone has been discovered in North called cinnamon, suet Is manufactured,
eyes."TheThrall flour
then made Into
cokes and fried.
her festival. Groves of cocoanut palms who crowded In.hit wus a fair tout
which Is and from
of Leif the Lucky." Carolina.A highly/ fragrant
and mango topes now Incumber the Beans uud lima beans are boiled with which In former times candles for the and a genteel font. They died likereg'Inr
ground once covered by troops of horse. I People are seldom man and wife half tomuto s and butter and sometimes on gentlemen.;
exclusive of the umde.
: use king were
The! wealth, thebusy life and the luxury their lives without wishing to Impart ions. Pqunsh Is sliced and fried or WEIGHING BUCKET.lay..do. In the latter part of the eighteenth The crowd stared at the faces of the ;;

a. of the old place are dead. Kites their sufferings as well as their pleasures stuffed with mincemeat, onions and dead and approval."And .
while England for time
'S to each other. "Tbe .. That Should Prof of V.. century was a
Keutous.: boiled
rice, and then baked. I
and cobras Infest tbe crumbling balls Large cur In of the Island, cinnamon they shall be burled, HVe gen
possession "spice
A' .which ouce resounded with the bun- I Tears and laughter well compoundedmake cumbers arc also stuffed with wInced to Alany People.Ill plants were among the choice I tlemen." continued the ui.m. ':"t're, ,

.J t quet and the dance, and naught but a tbe sweetest joy, grief and joy meats and baked or are eaten raw with this weighing bucket described by products that were Imported Into carious you Chinese huiHlien. take: this dollar ;
the truest happiness, happiness and salt. One good stew Is wade of the Scientific American, the ball of the
and
mutton
few old monks and nuns keeps vigil other tropical regions. Including go out and dig two boleg and plant
pain the grandest soul"Dorothy Ver- and green Another has bucket Is provided with a central open- N
peas. all these
amid its desolation today. I I I the West IndlcH, where la Cuba and gentlemen on their backs and
a But Goa possesses one treasure of lion of Iladdon Hall." sorts of vegetables, like an Irish stew. lug through which an Index rod Jleoe'j several other Islands It has become a give 'em elbow room to shake hands 'in

great Interest. This Is the tomb; of I lie she right or wrong, a woman will Eggplant Is cooked lu many ways, trates. A spring' engages the considerable article of commerce. Under the next world!" M. QUAD. -

Francis XavIer, the great Jesuit missionary not permit a man to question her mo- some of them palatable! and good Oue of the rod and a portion of the receptacle cultivation] It U not allowed to 5 S I' -
tives. Being a woman Is of Itself recipe Is called Imnmbullde which while a suspending device is con.Dccted I
,
to the east. It Is to be found In a i grow Into a tree as the richest bark w SAVE THE LOVED ONES!
good and sufficient for menus that the lumm for with the Index' rod above the
the Church of Bon Jesus. It Is a masterpiece reason whatever whom the taken from shoots of from two to fov
of,.art which is lost to all but she may do or soy.-"Graystone." dish first was made fainted with delight ball, the index rod having openings years' growth. The young tree 1 Is.: writes Mrs.: Mary"I believe]A. Vliet Ballard's Newcastle Horehound, Col.,
casual old Goa. Some I "Ets er long lane that ain't got ut its excellence. To make it, cut which the Inventor calls "tactile in
J the visitors to no therefore', cut and shoots from the root Syrup is i superior to other cough '.X
have ventured to suggest tbat no other turnln' whatsumever, an' I've noticed silts In the sides of the eggplant and Insert dices. are encouraged to grow Tbe majority medicine and will do all any that is claimed

mausoleum in India or even In Asia except I this all my life-tbe longer she Is be- a forcemeat of onion and minced By means of these' openings the quan- of these are cut when about! ten feet in for it, and it is so pleasant to take. My ,

the Taj Mahal can equal It. It Is fore she does turn the bigger turn she chicken lu the" cavities. Tie strips of tity by weight: of the liquid la the height and tbe bark Is detached In tenor little girl wants to take it when she

built of rich marble of variegated col- II..makes when she finally gits to It."- cloth around and try thoroughly In boll. twelve inch lengins. After lying iu has no need for it." Ballard's Hore-

-_**_"_._. The___ n low_ _._.t. etnira____- _la_ fit n Silent Pioneer." lint tat, Another way In- to substitute I bundles for a few days the balk Is hound Syrup is the great cure for all oj
and Carrara cherubs"e eggplant for potato I lu; a stew.: Tomatoes I outside and lu .
purple Jasper scraped by band both pulmonary ailments. 2Sc. soc and $'
adorned with statuettes and I ESectlve, bat Dangrrroua. Phould also be added.Mousauka. until reduced to a thin sheet .at all druggists. 'to

w The middle stage is of green and yellow To cleanse glass vases, carafes or bottles !:! another and better form, 0 sheets ate then made up Into MTV .1' -t tI

Jasper decorated with beautiful bronze of any sort nothing is better than a rails for one large eggplant, sliced rather Ite "quills" by placing the narrower

plates representing' Incidents In the life little muriatic acid. A tablespoonful thick, without peeling. Have a and shorter, pieces Inside and rolling "

J of the saint. The highest of the three rinsed slowly around In a vase or decanter quart of tomatoes freshly' peeled or tightly forming Ormrods, which after Fnnhlonablr Life la lt.lr.

stages surrounded. by a lovely railing : will cleanse It thoroughly, re- canned and one pound of minced beet further drying are made Into bundles The fashionable season' lu Italy, says r ;

1 1. of .red Jasper marked with white I moving from tbe gloss every particle of Fry the beef until It separates, set weighing about> eighty pounds and Luigi Villarl In "Italian Life] In Town 4

; pots, the adornments being figures of foreign matter. The acid can then be aside while tbe eggplant Is being fried, wrapped for nhlpplng. Grocers divide, and Country," Is from Christmas to

angels, while Its middle portion is poured Into another vase to perform then put alternate layers of meat eggplant assort and very neatly combine portions Easter, the time Konerully. known as .

graced with columns elegantly carved, the same office and even then returnedI and tomatoes In a deep dish; of these qtillln Into small packets the carnival. At Naples. ;MeMslna and

;whose Intervening spaces are surmount. I to the bottle of supply for service on season and bake lu a slow oven one y for tbe convenience of their customers. some other places tin re la also a summer

I ed by arches showing further Incidents another occasion. After the acid Is out hour It, The oil of cinnamon Is made by HOIIHOII. Commenting on the peculiarities

" In the life of the saint The friezes of of the vase or bottle the latter must Another delicious dish results from grinding the courser pieces of tbe bark of life among tbe upper ,t

1 the four lateral columns are of blackstone be rinsed Inside thoroughly first with placing sliced onions, tomatoes and and soaking them for two or three classes Mr. Vlllarl xajs:

and the plinths of yellow Jasper. i hot soapsuds and then in several clear ship's.. bread or soda biscuit In layers, days in sea water, followed by tbe "1 tu liana, even In the" grandest establishments {f,,

: Surmounting this last stage lies the waters. 1\Iuratlc acid la a deadly poison with a generous piece of butter, lu a process of distilling. Two oils, one do not wear evening! dress 1

er coffin overlaid with silver, a gorgeous and must be used with great caution covered dish. Bake slowly four hours heavier and the other lighter than Water for dinner unless there la u party. A

receptacle embellished with many exquisite and only by an Intelligent adult. Pilaf, the mnlouul dish of Turkey, Is nre tile product, !both possessing black coat Is enough for ordinary pur
t specimens of relief work.: I I A child or servant should never be In- served Invariably at every dinner. Rice I similar properties. The color varies poses A few men who wUh to be particularly .

Lumps of silver depending around complete trusted with its use.-New York Post always forms tbe foundation, and tbe I from cherry red to pale' yellow the fasjilonalilv wear a smoking

the adornment of the shrine. It most popular variety Is that where latter being preferred by most purr coat with a black tie which garment ;

,' t is a worthy relic of Goa's departed glo-'', Paper Ha.tl... nothing but- butler tome\ 'a and rice f rf chasers la sufficient for all nave very large dinner .
One of tbe most exciting of all rid- la used. Take three-quarters of a III The work of ul-tllling: Is light: and parties and !bulls. On the other

ry.The bell of the Augustinian convent ing games Is paper hunting, or following pound of Carolina or Egyptian rice, an oil equal to the '""it Ceylonese is band, there are occasions when a man,

at till rings) forth Its vesper peal above a trail made by dropping pieces of wash until perfectly clean and while now produced' In Trinidad and various dons his dices clothes by duj. It Is de .

this old city of ghosts, and it Is Impossible paper. It can be made as dangerousas still wet place In a pun with one-quar other localities !In Cuba and other West rigueur at court functions even In

to forget the effect of the deep, steeplecbaslng or* no more so than ter' of a pound of,butter. Stir over the India Islands. \ mornings> und at wedding Ladle

mournful notes as they strike upon the an ordinary gallop over the fields. The fire until the rice has absorbed tbe but- TUB VfKIOHIXO SOCKET. As cinnamon commands' a good urli* wear hats at the theaters except on r

ear Never was heard a more beautifulor danger is la the fences to be ridden ter and become.a light. golden color. bucket can be determined according as and Its uses are continually multiplying gala nights They display more Jew-

more sadly musical summons than over, says Country Life In America. Add the rice to three pints of strained the one or tie other of the openings there U every inducement for extending retry' by day than English Indies The '1+1

tit which calls in vain from tbe tower There Is no limit to the pace but the tomato juice boll the whole up once, registers with the ball where the index the area of Its cultivation, both itriNm arlMtocrucy unve magnificent.Jewelif I.
4 of the Augustlnlans to the forsaken and speed of the leading horse and the necessity then draw aside to cook, without stirring : In the eastern and western hemispheres bud even In quite small towns,
rod
: penetrates it.
of keeping the trail..' The" are," for twenty-five minutes. When .-St Louis Republic.A whf'r 'there' Is no ,great,; wealth the old ,
solitary city. The opening are provided especiallyto
It !Is all summed up In the eloquent as the man horseback who lays the done, melt another quarter of a pound enable measurement/ by feeling tho famines can make a fine display. The "
trail Is called Is expected to foil his of butter, and when the pilaf la dishedup CrUI Met Half Way. talMiat Is ouly necessary nt marriages,.
apostrophe bf Sherer "Goa tbe golden .
:
rod with the
fingers, a feature of
pursuers, tbe "bounds," as often as be pour It over the top.. Each kernel particular There were strict orders In the Philippines funerals, and at court. Young men off J
exists no more; Gon, where the aged Importance if the bucket Is filled
his life can by the arts of the fox: or by his should be separate. The color will be regarding/ looting. and one day hlon wear It also when paying calls
V Da Gama closed glorious Goa,
; in dark cellar.Wonderful .
i- y where the Immortal and own Ingenuity only restricted by certain a rich light brown.Yalaujedolma a flleutonant'n suspicions were aroused dnrf\K( I Ut' ..ell lion. Among the hourgcolsl -j S
Camoens sang
r.r_, suffered. Itt Is now but a vast and rules of the game. } Is a popular dish with Wrapping; Maenl... by a private whom he saw peering eagerly evening clothes are hardly erer: .
foreigners as well as Turks. Scald under the piazza of a house on worn a\ alL"t
grassy tomb, and It seems' as If its thin John H. Felmlee, an Inventor of Pitts- V
Ivory and dim*!*. | some fresh green grape leaves. Take the outskirts of Manila writes Dixie j_ --- .
, ndr'gloomy population of priests and The American climate, with its ex> half of burg, has just perfected a wrapping VVolcott In Harper's Magazine '
t | a pound rice and try In butteras
?, friars were only spared to chant requiems machine which will handle VHERBINE .
with CURES
l tremes of heat and cold. Is very trying for pllaf. Mince some onion and great "What are you doing there?" he demanded '
for Its souls. St.
: James Gazette. departed upon Ivory, and Ivory backed mirrors\ parsley very'One and add them to the rapidity a piece of any size from a caramel In his gruffest tones. Fever arid Ague. A dose will usually -. t

of European manufacture rice with salt and pepper Stuff' each to a cake of soap and wrap it up In "Why, sir," said the soldier, saluting stop i chill, a continuance always ".
varlablycrack: across the back after] leaf a faultless manner. A company has "I'm only to catch chicken M. Stroud ,
.... with the mixture, fastening the trying a cures. Mrs. VVm. Midlothian. d:
\ .w. a few months of use upon this side been formed and will soon be engaged which Vie '' writes: "We N
i Nodd-Every time I go on a vacation ofI little (bundles with cloves. Lay them just boucht. Texas May 31, 1.899. .u
the Atlantic. The American manufacturers la the manufacture of tbe machines to K.; in for g,
,u '" I swear I'll'never take another. { in a kettle the opening downward, Lieutenant stooped and caught have usqd Herbine our family e
Topp Why don't you stick to H7Nodd I have hit upon the expedient o 1'f keep r then In place and just' enough meet ,the requirements .of various) Industries. tight of n flue pair of fowls."There ... years, inj found it the best medicinewe t: ,' ,

-Because time I at leaving a space between glass and water to keepthem from burning. Simian The machine performs about are two chickens under luau \ever. used, for grippe, bilious ,:,- : ;i' !'

1 home I vow. I'U i every.never do It agalitJ&rooklynUfa. stay frame In order to allow- for contra- I It for three-quarters of an hour. forty different operations, including/ the I thore." lie exclaimed: excitedly. "I fever, and malaria." SOC. at all drug/ ; ._ (
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Men ol the features now' running or noon appear.
,:? ,: Be good to your land and your crop : : thcnwelva. and Insure Interesting aUliiB:

: will be good. Plenty of Bt and WILL IHWIN.
( Roguery, by (.a1; BTr KCCiS
-A Romance o
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-, ..' -n_,__4-__-- --_J'_ ,J----wt-_____t--_ Shattered Nerves Sir Henry IHorean-Buooaneor. by C>'KH TowNSRMD DRA!>V.
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1 Lincoln anti Jackool1' Quarrel with
,) ;. ".. .:" '',M<_.'VI...._ DAZ.BAK R&CltBM.D., Potashin and Weak Heart. Truo I POtltlDoi Storl.-h.cI"d.1."lh"nll.: by LiwAtcu The 1'1,1 V to ALLANU"HA"Kidnap, ..

'.* ',."i\.: You Know-Roo.evolt In Collc.se, by I"Mil", JA .r.UN WRND111.i.. ; ]lfy I'"I..t' tirnduate1 ...
a-, *" Physician and Surgeon. P flOP I" ",. 1 ltont\.11. l h)' Am' lIE:! 11. tL: IlKR; i urn r.ul-Cmrloo"'Bt.,

j .. .. -. .. Too Nervous to Sleepor by A> Mini UIIALOW I'AINU. '.
.3sw York As.., DcLaud Y1.. Ottlua Hour: urOpOafl Cosrta-
; and in the har
.. quantity Startling DI.OIOaU"fe: iniutnOl, ,hnl, throw Mht on ,the.
1 .... JO.. II to 1>111.' 5tu4a4TLUVP.M.' ,tnioatiu..ii ri v ititiuitO ill Liii w
H vest. Write us and Rest.Dr.MLles'Heart UrcyfiM Aiyi'icr'. ) '1 lie IVftcc I Hi rcrijil ol the isui.; \\ho Rosily Killad
r will send he Late '-'roel.lurl..h' \\nr. .
.BO. A. DAVIS M. D., we you, -- King lIumlH.it; 1 I.
I I,:' fl Jreet by next mail, Mainly About sVomeo-KexIcwmg[ cji li monthlnt. nonian lint aciomplUicd Individually I

!, and our money winning -. Cure and urn! by orcfinuitj illort I IJerome
: ? Physician Surgeon books. Cr/me-'I l h. ihnl'ing nlory ..1 bow DistnU, AlU-rney William Tn\cr Jerome lias!
I omo.. Hours I A. M.to U n.; 1 to 0 mutt '7 to.P.II. JI4451q/ Nervine Cured Me. llmBttJk-n| HIIH-IO I handul, the desntrato; toll ol iiddtnu Nan ioikCuy ....
GERMAN KALI WORKS, -- of u*vice and ci inc, w ill create' a fir rcnihing I Ainnuiitm.' It in nut po in- I
Special attention to mldwlrey and aur e>'y 53 Masuu Street. ble for thii itory to be tultl in ho entirely ut uiita. 1 he I"rut portion w ill I'
Calls auawered at any bour. OffljJe lu rvs.Idnnct flow Vrk. / A shattered nervous system nearly alwny Miss Ida. M. Snyder app..r in April l'UAR'ON'.r out !March ijth, while the two rcniamiuKummllment i'
*. laalanu. Avenue, w..si ut CourtHuusu. i1" leads to some affection of the heart eRpeo Trennnrer of She nil! '" IMIIIIS' of Way and June. I'

_____ lally where the patient. heart in weak from Brooklyn East End Art Clnb. !l"'JGAI"' -."$ F.veryl'IlARoN"b.cri rnjnyia special. "' .
:: hercdtaryorotlier causes. Dr. Miles', Heart B 00K'' tl''JA .. pmifaje 01 buying .tandird books tit ixcrpnonnlly ,> II
MAODIAUMID, M. D., Cure not only heart regulator but If f women would pay more attention to ) low prn.cn, 1 his plan intluiUtprauicullv .
JOHN i> great
American bar publisher !Special: barjaiiu, tl.o lollowlily 1
would fiction product of e'rry t
it is a blood tonic which speedilY coirecti their health we have more happy the entire
; Physician and Surgeon. and regulates the heart's action. enriches the wives mother and daughters and If they tuinff specimen, will btt tillered) iut.Ii 'raitlitll.! ,>>' I

not a Specialist.Office blood and improves the circulation. It will would observe results they would find : I'',

', : A General Flutur'H Practitioner Drug Store., Hours i V to build you up just 1 as it did Mr. Crawford that the doctors' prescriptions do not S..b.crl'lIIJownr.dllef. any \'n/umen/rlle _..- l3iI,!!,, '
over .
2Ito4autt7to5. whose letter follows, and greatly improveyour perform the many cures they are given ..,peCIO.y Ulf/olVKW ItISII,/"AL. ChLl.OKI S rc IMaaIiW

.. ; general health: I credit for. .. ,\ICe.llho Crrlitx .,j. (jenuM Knun 17. Cli.irlt.ii. I. te. Madame Rolunll
"! have been so greatly benefited by Dr. MarKArcl ol Anjou 'o. i'utcr" l 1110 01; pit 18. ('harl., I IIMm I. at,. Mauo Aiitulnctltfllcnr :
8. MtIZ48ON.14. In consulting with druggist he ad. /
A. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely I my j [Kioll.nl. I I. 51. Xcrsao t9. ,')' yueen of Skills '7. \ >' IV. 1.
recommend them as the best remedies, for vised MrElree's Wine of Cardul and Thed. 4 itt. IlOid" I II.I u. I lUiuiibil' oc.. Queen'liKibctll a S. hlurnunitoCorteaS. .
t Ilomeopathio Physician. the diseases they are recommended to cure. ford' !\Iack.D.ught., and 10 I took it and \VilhaintlieConquiTurr ) i. jul,us C.os.ir: .'i.. I KiLlmid 111aa oo. Jofli'ph, Konapait! ..
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A Scriptural Cnual Spros I CUoputiasi 30 King Inlip'
Weapon. the
medicines I have reason to thank him for a new > \Ioxo..r q.
4 Offlou eeootid dour eou'b ol Wfliber'.drug store When I began taking these every Cyrus liic Grout I I'yrrhne HurtenRO 31 1.onm .
.4 UttUitt Uuur lu to la A. M.I; U 10 6 null 1 to Children tumble Into strange morass- weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerve life opened up to me with restored health II.7 ..." uliel ..... .'*. K 'niilim -.. J'''rpl).Ine \y. louis< Philippe
i II .. M.JJB. talicn they grapple with theology. were badly shattered and my heart troubledme and It only took three months. to cure: me." Order by njiaher" Sets. are' broken only for (I'LARSON'Slbacrhxn./ .
'sf. lt ni I I i til\ li iiiplcte im-refill'rlrir f)ib..u. I FAa;CIN'S stiurriIero'
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deal. 1 had In left arm Tliew' l torlcha i lirr tulor' '
a great pain my : : : : :
They trip over words. For example Wine of Ciinliii is regulator the m"teci, i, ; iimlu I \ulumcjiit: jjct-nt,:" |oittitie |tt;i "11 i y u> nnil l b irtUriiiif Intlil) wn> bay cry convcolvntycupid ) i5
had in a
and shoulder difficulty sleeping on
tile, sat ___ ___._ __
the other teacher at took
W. 8. TAYLOR, day a Stepney m
ray left Bide had frequent smothering/ spells menstrual functions and is a most astonishing -
j tor the BillIe lesson the story of Samson. and my heart would flutter and palpitate. tonio for women. It cures Abraham Lincoln's' opinion. ol tlicse hlutorlcul' Celebrities t I want to thank you
ol I III'.IUIILH. I |lu'e nut eUuillinn enough to
and bnlhrr lor Abbott btnc4 nppreimta!
: f Surgeon-Dentist.Offloa At the end of the lesson questionswere I could eat scarcely any kind of food without, scanty supprcsptnl, too frequent, irregular 111 pi your,'ufomid Murks \olutninuui historian, and if I hail I have no tire. to iuil them, lint
put to test the unUorstumllng: of suffering great distress, and was so restless and l1111fnlmenstruation. fallingof yo ir S.TIM of Hisionci KI\C. me, 'in bunS uniiao, just' that) knoulolun put men and evrit
OT.r Flaher'a Uruv Store. DoLanu. I and nervous that I slept little night or day. tlio womb whites and flooding. It nhkli I need. I have rend llirm. null. .. the ciculrot" nucrcu. lu them I am indebted for about
did
.he "'Ith
scholars.
> what ..
> weapon Now I am never bothered with my heart all the hmluriLal, knowledge.: I Imv
Samson thoiiHiind Philistines?" die I sleep well, u helpful when approaching womanhood
K. slay a my nerves lire vleady as a ,
JAMES ALEXANDER eat well and weigh 163 pounds. I sin happynow during; pregnancy, after childImtli -
,., was the 'question. Fur a space therewas and am trying to make back the moneyI mid in change of life. It frequently '!'h.! .).fait ofMiiili Line, A E Darr These World Tainous Novels For tin Freedom of the Bco, Brcty .
: Attorney-at-Law. silence. Then a little (till: spoke Thl Md/inj of a rTercbiosoas. I UAllcd at A Blin Woman Fiank horns C
spent for doctors who did me no good brings a Dear baby to homes irrtnoea ; originally > > Ihs Lisa's Browl.: Duttuld: Oebcrns
; Will Practice In State Hud Federal Court. up. "With the ax of the apostles," she while I was 11I.-T. R. CRAWFORD, Center, that have been barren for j'ears. All Tht Motliad of Lady" )V.lderbur.t. In tks boost, Maximilian, loiter

f ,, urn...> Kooui 1 sod 5, liru.a Block OBl eald.-Loudon Chronicle. Texas. druggHta!! have $1.00 bottles of Wineof Franco! liodgaiui, Burnett $; i5O Doom Cai'l, :t..1 Muar.T.j' .
&UD, JTLOHIUA.I'd All druggist sell and guarantee first bOlo t.ardui.WI '"11I of Dlnnt Antbony Hope The WorMlmga' Leonard Htrrlek
Miles' Kennedies. :Send for free book UTolfvill) Oayi, Alfred Henry L.wis In HonUle Red J. A. Altiaeler
--- ---- -- -------- tie Dr.
and I Heart 1 liiseases. Address /f"lb.!\Idlol, AlaruiB Robert Barr delivered carriage: free, ta moToRRuo, Frock Norris
I I FISH on Nervous louise Mortditb Paulteieesrert'orilUlennitrhisiott ) PEARSON Elder B..... Everett !Tomllosoa .
: BERT Georgia SouthernAND Dr. Miles Medical Co.,Elkhart Ind. N E0FCARDW Chag. Felton Pidgin S Subscribers at A King Pawn,
I (Qumey Adams Sawyer, CENTS Hamilton Dramvoni
:i Attorney-at-Law, -- ---- Via CruoU, F' solon.. Crftwfordn .. 4 : Masters of Mca, Morgan Robertson
Cwnrclt lI.rOOle8 co, iiIf E"A OH The Autocrats, 01... K. Lash

Federal Court ._ the Palace of thnKinK/ Captain Dieppe. Anthony Hop I
: Practicing In all Stale and ouruful Florida Railway Phyllis-ITnrry Is tile most conceited --- -- -- ------- ---- Uoooad Taougbts of an Idle Fellow, ALL CLOTH BOUND Bonrt "s Highway. MaryE. Wilklns
,' 4 Civil or Criminal buainnw ifiveu minI I ever tn(>t. J. K. Jerome Oa the Wing, of Oocaiions.
1' attention. mat Noanott F. J Btimion A War Tint Wooing, Joel Chandler Harris
Maud-What makes you think so? PARKER'S .'1.,Ne-vo of Foley, F. H.8pe rmanTbe 00't. This Kiel Draonls Dram Stoker I
r W. FEU KINS, "Sawmneo' River Konte." PhJ.lIIsWb3. he first assert that I HAIR BALSAM fowler. Beatrice HarrsdoatiUoiltrs. 'Ths Bool of Lilifh Marl, Cortlll.. Arms and the Woman n MaoQrcth
JAMES r.. and .bc.mlr,.i th 1 hUr. Llvya; BarrenTHoDntSComtdy 'T1altorrueaofSstas: .". 'The Isle of the Winds, 8. Crockett
nm the most ndoniblt1: woman In the IF,_, ProntoltB a IniiuiMnt growth. A. and E. Castle it'"no The Lady of Csitell March,
Law. Scbedule) ID Effect January 4, 1903.pI'l \world the most beautiful intellectual ICnT- Ncvcr Pails. to Bontore Qray. Orsaatark 1 G. B. MoOntebeoa 'The' rriioncr of Z.ada Owen Ehoicomrl
tf Attorney-at and In I i4j.1l----: hc Hair,. ,.*1'pI.f) .;,y.outhful,..a hair Color.Curaa l.Oliog.. Col. Carter of Oarteraville Anthony Hope Tbs Profeasor's Daughter,
every respect a paragon and o,,and SI, ,li., lrorRIutlDR.M F. H Smith A Lady of Quality Anna fareohtrFrancos .
Criminal'Court of Hcaord. Will iiac- '" F1pr.' Qulck.'ta.p thAn he Burnott A Modern I '"It
| A Lewis ,
Sullcl tor wants me to marry him I WolMlK B Ucjiion Mercenary
.: tie,, lu alt uuurU within tht bl"t.. i>l Hor1U (.v 'PRlalltn..... ... .... 6 sri 1"" 05..01 1 orty Modern Fables, (Ooorgo Ado la Connection with tho WillojEh- K. and Hehketh PritchardbyCi..imYrano.sHodeoBursutt I
.... Ulnc over VoueIC.uuI7. IIJlIt.'rOLUSU Lv Jaas'kuo.viIle. ....... .. It 00 ,,iii 1 t5 inAr Mr, Oooloy I The Black Donglai B. E OrookettThoOood '
V'Idota' .... .. ... ..II 16 ptn 10 M 1<1" PbiItuophF. P Dunn Ircn, hoary ScUm Ktrnmsa ( Red Earth,Eden Phillpotl, 4
Ar Tlrtoo..... ........ .. .I j.a IU 011I 19 ao iiia OF rErr's The of Sin. Lucas Mulct With Edged Tools, The A. Stanley
Wages
)t. COUNTY Arf'ol'd..ln ... ...... .. ... II (Ms sin 14Hpm hiroflli. Mrs. Humphry Ward Tae S....... Road B.olt..oodem.aLB.to Frontenae, Bamnel Merwia I
4 AbuXEACT: COMPANY, ArMitoon. ..... ........ .. a M"u 4 I0.in ID the Hams of a Woman Tae Damnation of Theron Ware Jfoioilyn Cheshire.

B. B. WILSON MANAGER. C. sit OA.ArAthlnhl. .. .. .... ... 12:> l1m 14'11"n The Castle Inn,Stanley A. W. Marehmont Weyman. AgatbaWcbb.Anna Kithermc Harold Frederic Green The Black Tortoise Sarab, Frediritk B. aTflnnedy: Tiller .V-- .
N. C. A FT. L.ArCIlatsatt.nlKe.. '.'he New Rietor Jtnaaaiy Bride F I'rankfort Moore The Choir Invisible,James L. Allen
.... .. ...
,, Abatraota rurnlaheil and tlllta per'eoled. I 0(11'111.( I OOl 0 S'otlm.ataITomm) 1. M Barrio TlieUreatentOift( A W Marcbmoat The Landlord at Lion Bead,
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Meat to VUIUBIK' County; !I."It.O"Ldud.jo'I. .IIMI.1I1 IItUoUlh.L.
'1 Howells
) 'jk" The Adventures of Sherlock Holmoi, A Dash fur a Throne, W. D.

.t _ _ _. _ Ar 8' Louis CENT. It..It.... . tffijam 7 24 Doyle By Right of Sword, The Road te Psrls. R N. Stephens
pm ( POWDERS "
t IF TEETHING ) An
ArthkBvo .. .. .. .. lU3aamL. A Otntlemaa otl'.a. Bolder.Stories, Rudyard Kipling Enemy tDlh.King "
:, HUTCHINSON. ti. Stanley Wiyman The Q d9y, E L. voyniob A OentlemuiPliyer,
B. A N. K.rl.nuiaviiif .
1', i't\ A. .\ .. .. .. 2 :illnm( I'.Uiam! Ann An Cholerei-lnfantum*. Alda Digestion Diarrhoea Regulates,Dyaantery Bowela.and the>Bowel Troubles the Child of and Children MAKESTEETHING of PR ARSON'S cent,* 10 cents a copy or$i oo a year. 1 ho price is never rio with our p.rml.lon. Wa
: Notary Publio. Al' Clnc'lnimll, ... . 7 M eta 4 00( punC.&E.I.lt.R. EASY.= Cures! Emotion l and Sores Colic Strengthens Hives and Thrush.; Removes will mail you a prospectus" upon npplicition. Subucribe now and enjoy all these good things.

,and prevent Worms TEETHINA Counteracts and overcomes the Effects of the PEARSON PUBLISHING COMPANY 30 Astor Place. New York City
ArCiilciiKo ... .. .. .... .. 9 1ft am
:" Dealer in Real Estate. :Summer's heat upon Taathlnit Children! and costs only 23 cents at Druggists or
7 "'olld' traIns, frntu Jiiikaonvillu. to Mucus I mall 25 cents to C. .1.. MOFFETT. M. D, St Loula. Mo. .
rralna ".,m 1'I'lilklc""n..cl' HI VII hi net" __ __ .. .. ._ -- --- -- --- ----- --- -- ---- -- -
Teuca paid aud ........m..o te attended to foi with tiHtnatioliiK north from ickrionvtiu. n '

... ooii-realdeuu. eLuud.. Kla.ff Local. relalu blvruii t.tng:* on I In dtixit Ulile I uuiii Hjer 7 aIil'n.'toEhis000. 'l..o V.i..s.o. Ot ..t A..itt, ,, 't&. IH J,. hk\l: LOUTSVTLLE' & NASHVTLLE' R.R 1

r* Pullman, Hutr.-t Slrrplng. Lass' fiuni Jnck- If; ill't'l'! : tiN f, .(t'ia: 1 Ihrm Uial of any
I .""vlll to St. Louis via above rotate without First Class Service and Quick Schedules! to- ,
T. ALLEN M. D., PH.D. elianife' of cars on l ixlo, Flyer ttrtln ulitoPulitjiann -
!
f Shiest, i>leppi'ra on Name tiuln to Othil' 1.lre on ciri. 4 :
11r bloitKO without chautfM Birmingham Nashville<:, E.vansville. Chicago,
Oculist and Aiirlst. For tiuvdulen ami other, InfornntiOD, aJdre 1
.a, J. H. HAKI-EKIV, Louisville Cincinnati St. Louisand i
D'Hrlct' P.s.. Agt :2M! W. Hay 8t. L *
i' tkSRiiA : S.w ; VA_"
DC Land Mondays,orerAllen'aDruif Store Or ,Jaiknunvllle fla. i All Points West and Northwest.-

'I Orlando Ocala TbuI'allIIy..Mullh wedneedayu, Lartlgao'K cutnaOaluoavllle House C.Gen.B. 1'RHODES..... Avt., Macon Oa Nobile, New Orleans and All Points Southwest_--.. J.-

1 tickets via the TJ. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
\ Baturduys, Brown HouseTHE ---- ------ Through

:r Notice of Atlatlimont. Ticket Agent' in Florida.For .

f In Circuit Court !Seventh Judicial Circuit. Schedules.: Hates Rlld Sleeping Car Reservations apply to Flnrt''. FLEMING I '
County of Voluula State of Florida. C. L. STONE G. P. A.. Agent
i WAVERLY, James. E. Alexander ) CoulsMli-; >. 200 Went Bay "t>t., Jaoksonvtliukla; t 1

v.. I 1 5d4c0.: r1i.4: __ L-_ ___ __ _.
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BOWERY A VB-, DxLAKD, FLA. J. A. HoHtlett ) .
'I'HE ilefBiidnnt A. Suarl..tt.l. hereby no- :. .
Vow open for the season 10O2-3.\ Table eup- 1 tilled that suit by attachment has, been I. '
pUed with IUB bfeslttie maikaiaffunls., tua'ltuied agalnat him on tin; lolluwlnu de- e4ugut1Ile flIIJERACENTSWANTEIJone
Terms reasonable. scrlbi'il proi,.eriy, viz: w%; ;
Swi-lorilie I awl-Sot 5..0112. 118 8. H 80 E, .
t MRS. M. U DRAKE, Proprietress containing forty' ..cr"M I4U>, said) thne 1of in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 model
lie n w 1-4 or 4ee 6, Tp 17 t> ) R, containing OMTpntt0
twenty acres, all In s'0r..1I1: Ouunly.Fioildu. \ bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAN MAKE fio JOtaaA

I : DAVIS HOUSE I WEEK besides l having a wheel to ridefor,yourself.
Now unless "nu shall\ nppcar to the notion -' ( .
l .-J'--. / on thu dust Monday In May A. D. Iw:!. judg. 1902 Models gTS::: $9 fo $15
a
MEL' S.e. DA VIM, PROIKIETKE88 nifiit by delimit will te taken r n..u: tiii.WitneMinv aim eadn'U4f .
_ hand and the Heal nf CuUi'tthis ,. 1
010 day of tebi-uury. A.D. 1WJI.) 1900 and 1901 Models S $7 f0 sa||
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No 621 Boulevard.I 1:1".1' ] SAuL"" b. \ / ( ti't:7'' : ;
"leik Circuit Court Volualu .: JORDANI... GOO Second Hand Wheels
tlm per day; S7.60 por wetk. Special rates PopuJc Pope and, U. M Uunnctt, (( ailli1 taken In trade by our Clilcntro retail stores all $319 OO

_ ; 4 A to families or lor somon.TURN Attorneys for Coniiilalount. N'1i make and raoduls. food as new. ............... T "
_ _ _ _ We to ,'
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX : \\\1\\ :\ .., .. ) I L' i' .. ship any bicycle APPROVAL advance anyone -
Ell HOUSE DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER t without a cent deposit in and allow .

4b"8. LAWS OF FLORIDA. L 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL You tak.U *

OP1"* ALL THE YEAR- IS HEHE11T GIVEN: that :Marl r abso1uteb
NOTICE
ir J
., puichHHer of Tux CVrlitluaieNo. '
-- : from do not .
risk In neea
I 4u; Corner New: York and Floildia Avenues, : 311 .d\t..d, the 3d l day ol July A.U, lUoti, hmni no ordering us, aa you I
DeLand, Plorlda. ,.*.l aatd certltltntH In my otnce and line maileftpi ,. to pay a cent if the bicycle does not suit you. ,
.lljatlim lor Tux I Ineil to leaue nicdrillnirlolHw ;t' and the futiiom Orn/itr t.roo, 1'lnciiyie, | I'lnufiit'ons, 4 wlif; until you have written for out '
Location pleaaant, bealtby and homelike. Said ct-r Incate linb He... iii- fol'nwln DO HOT BUY FACTOPRIESFREETRIALOFFE'urns : .. :
.. .M Cocoanut Oroeru anti VtiCl. lmci'bl l nitiiaud Ij VoluilHCounty
Bate, 91.SO per day. Special rates by tbeweek. propel ly equipmentsumdriea and sporting(roods of all I klnd. M : ---"

: E. D. Mcl.iOD) Prop. Lut 22,,Flurlilii Con:: oil's;twit Addition! to U..LII nd. 1UVER LAI T. TfOStTII nn.l IJISCAYiC CAI half regular prices. In our big free sundry Write for oataloKna.It. done .' '
world of useful information
talni a
the said, lunti being Ha enitMl al thttilatoof are rwiclird iiant Jiiii..omrtlc) : : TJ| the We' WANT. reliable person! III each town ta distribute catalogue for ns haoxcbanxa !
the laHUiince HOUSE Write today for tree fatiloifne and oar special oireswJ.
BENNETT Unlenn mid ertlll-
Charlotte Olbson.
_ eRie shall berc-di, fined according to 1'Inr.' Tax, FLORIDA r.var COAST HAIUTAT. L. MEAD i CYCLE CO. Chicago HI
; Deed wlllln'* tberton on thu 21.t day of .
UBS. O. at. BENNETT: PROP. .
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APIII:::, A D. mm .
WItness my oltlclul' signature' Hiul aeallhla ..
: "' New YOlk avenue, DeLand, Florida. the. 201 n I ) '
: ("\'lOl\ ] MllrchstM.IL'riORJAN! c :
-I 'J Bates $1 to *3 perdayt$6iol4perweek. CI..I'k CIrcuIt Court Volnalat(I'uunl)', .'Iorl/;/.. I tIc;

Special rates for families or for season. I
NOtICE I OF APPI.IOA'IION: VOlt T.\XliEEH ATLANTIC COAST LINE

: IJNDEII( SKC'JION:( 8 OF CUAP- A ..

Ilti H. C. HAVEN Tim 4888 LAWS OF FLOKIDA.NOTICE A .c
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la hereby nv. n that D. n. Pnxton ,
Artesian.Well Contractor "... of tax certlnt.at No.(Ml. ''ateil For copy of beautiful bank" Eaut Const of Flortila", beat map of :EtzLi1JcELc1 Ce>.
'
- IhxXndday ol JUM. A.I 13110, hiss it"dastti '
: fiertldoate In any orHce anil baa tnnUu. appllcnt '- Peninsular Flnrlila anil other Information, aildruMJ. 1'
: : Dealer In Aermntora, Tanks $ Ion for ti x (tiu d to IHHUH It anoordance n. PARU01T, J. P. 11lCKU'ITU: J. n. n.BAIIICn

I. : Repalr1nePumplll and Pumping Maobioeijr Windmllla etc. oOIl..lv.with owlnudeKO law.Florlilx Etaid I'i Sit,"curtiHoate'.pmperty''-WIII. : sltuatid i mbritce In Voiimlu tho. fol* ,,'....1'.1.' Jt it... a......-.. Tr iW. JInnarr. A. U. I". A. I The Great Through Car Line From Florida.


., D..Land, Florida Un. >1 'H'nt' .lu wH'Tnw' Sea 84, Tp U I, R _
Ito sit --- -
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-T'u anid; I nml hi.Ing aNsI aoed at the data oft CONNECTIONS
hi' 1-MiiHtic,i of HIIOII LvitttlrMlM I In. s Iho name r :
or Hl.. W. V. Spencer.! Un.'fB "ld ccrtltl"o.itc OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah Charles-
Hbnll, bo rpdi" mid according lo Sew, 'IHX '
Furnisliefl deed will' iMHue thunoti. on the ;HIS.h day of TOTH- EAST I ton, Kichmond and Washington thence via thePennsylvania
RoomsTo Mnich A.U. IUU3.Wltn. \ 'WI NCMTRFACTORY Railroad. "

_. Let h'h 1 day. u.s i f my Ftbrnwrj;oitlcial,Blirnaiiinand A.D '1UI3: ) scat this VIA ALL-R"L., !_ _ as

t. (scull) SA"'L", D. JOIIUAN Thu Louisville and NashvIlle via Montgomery./
Ciera, Circuit, Coui I, V..III":0.l .. Kia. LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS TofHEIj EST
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25 cenlisJJt NOTICE APPLICATION FOlt- TAX : The Mablln and. Ohio Railroad Montgomery.: .
- //fteals DEKO! UN'IiEK rECTION 8 OK "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" -

CHAPTER 4888, LAWS: Of! FLUKIUA ___a-1Lr .feLfri1rTh Via Savannah and Ocean" St.am hp! Company for New York _

: KTOTICE I* hereby given that R. T., Gawrty.L'l mi-HP .
-_ DqBoisISFGodfrey piiTOhnoerof Tax l'.rt ltlcase N"35.duted HF r the kind that shoots where Bal Ilinore. I
A. you
3.{1Is. M.. thee> day of July A. D. IMJO. baa filed said I VIA bTEAM.sHIIVi. S*\an "h and Merchants and Miners Transportation i
.. oerilflcaieln my lnue\ and hna mad, application Winchester CoanMai)
House for tin deed to Iwiin til accordance point your gun, buy Factory for Baltimore and Philadelphia. ;.

kith 1101i'law.d>.orlbtdprop Said. oertlBoixlB. rryaltuated embraces. In tho Voiuaiis.cotunly fol-. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with To Key West : :,

Tloridii, to-wltt Via Peninsular andHAVANA. :
., TAX I.otsS tolMno. UK. 81. Seville. Black "Leader" and "Repeater loaded -AN D- .
NOTIOE: OF' APPMOATItN FOB The said land being ami.nod at the date or powder; ]
DEED UNDER SECTION 8OtI the laouancn fir auch ccrt'Qcate In th.. iiamf Winchester Occidental
CHAPTER 4888 LAWS OF FLOH- of James Weeka. Unless said certificate Khali with Smokeless. Insist upon having Steamship Co. ?J
_ I be rid...-ined Hoaordlnir to law, tax" "Iced will
4 IDA.NOT1CB. liwue. thereon on the flat day of April. A DWltnpoa Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.
U kerrby given (ba' T., F.r IIIIJII ilea.ge Tick.ets. : .1
___ ptirahaowr ol Ta. tJtirtlJlclIIl.1'0.1&11I. ? my -fflclal lirnaturc, and teal ibis ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM ,
; ;: dated tb.. Sib day at June, A.D/ IJJV I the 80tb day March, AD IIJI.'fl' 0. Interchangeable! Mileage Tickets good over 13,000 mile. of the '.
... In oal_. a"d (Nell. ] PAM't.D JORDAN, railroad among
.;! sled .1 ld oerilnoau mf principal In the SJJutb.ern j
( .lItates. are on sale
". .._ _..application for Said t*.eertleo-I.deed I to . Fla allent. by the principal

with d.cribedprOpertJeiUad. wVoiuala 'rhrouirh Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York .. .
/ tk* roUowlntr I 1- via Atlantic Coast .)
;', onuiitr.. Florida, to-wlti Line; also via Atlantic Coaat Line and Southern Hallway ._
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.: ". '- Tb.I43$4 saId 4 and. l.ndbelnNCSC55d 5 Block 10, $jOVOOSdO.at the da 51me eof To Cure Cold in One Day : or write For :reservatIon. and information apply' to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, .)
be .
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) ,. "'""j;;(; &iI.01.'Iseusno.H. Wr'e.' "I such Unless ...... ...... ."EIII.. ,.. FRANK C. BOYLSTON W. D. STARK r.'<'" ,

< .e4Ie..4. rdtll.IO law. tI. dyed ( !
'be ,
;: <:r'. 0"/-'<':tii;4lara.; tkwraoOj Gtb. Sib day of' ,.Arll.. I Take Laxative ,Bromo Quinine Tablets ,c n/A .138 Commercial WOoL Hal berest Apent.. "ewr BIOlk, Tray. P..... Agent. .., c*,.
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'{; UYJ. oooooooooooooooooobooooooo I 'Dives and Lazarus." Anthem and Wanted-Bids for 125 cypress poles mi. They thought! Palm Beach a pa- 9 \. I'

Society, Personal! solo at each service. B. Y. P. U. at (Ito feet long, 6-inch top, and 25 poles ra dl se. \4'f \ j i.

AT x- x 0:45: p. m. You are cordially invitedto 70 feet long, 0-inch top, peeled and The bishop vl-td( here last Mon ,,::., .
Church and( Home g these services. delivered at DeLand. day, the 25th of M'-ircb. confirmed (

COSM 00000000000000000000000000 Mrs. G. E. Berry and two little boys, STARK TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, three persons and had communion the .I 4

I State Fish Commissioner John Y. Donald and Clyde, arrived home' Wed Starke, Fla. next day after. ;;".? '

T'TINQ Detwiler was In town Tuesday. Mr. nesday from Orlando, where they Mrs. Mlckler was at church Sunday <

I Detwiler will go to Tallahassee next have been vlsltinif. PORT oilWGe.Special after having a long siege of grip ..,,\ f

week, to remain during the sessionof C'orreipondunce. I The guests who have been here at 4
the legislature. Mr. Detwllerwho Mr. E. Ray Conrad was over from the hotel are starting;home; but ttore ,
I Neoga to attend the Anderson-Austin Port Orange, March 27.-Mr. and :
are constantly arriving from hotels
is, by the of
RL'QS.E way, one the few re. Mrs. Huff and their party returned in '
publicans holding state office, nuptials. ______ farther south. "
. perhaps Mr. Huffs Yacht. They were gone .
.1'T3Da : I the only one--Is chock full of : The Misses Hamlin spent severaldays several weeks. They will soon return The Stetson Girl Ia Waltz la now on / '
Itlfh lore, and, when he resist in Daytona last week visiting/
can the to their Brooklyn home. sale at book stores.-14
temptation of swapping knives or I their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin U. *

BJJ' FUfw I tops, tier anything..e in his : are occupying a cottage on the beach. The several boats which started
.1 I U E ;, posses I away with their loads of tourists are Don't be fooled by what the other s
:: sion, ia 'of great assistance to the Mrs. Mary D. Woodward, the venerable now fast returning with their delighted fellow tells you. We handle Western
members of the legislature in the mother of Mr. W. M. Woo(]r / Beef and Mutton, and the best Florida 3 ,
. : PI framing of fish and laws. passengers. Most of them Beef in the state. *
.; rc3Elro3r.. game ward, Is very 111, and little hopes are went as far as Palm Peach and Mia- Marsh Bros.
entertained of her .
'; j SvcW W ffl]W WyW'ZSZJZSZS'! WvWtW W 0 Mr. Thomas Hodges left on Monday recovery.Mr.

Waycross, Ga., at which place he and Mrs. S. B. Wright have IJk'l

W WWW WwWWWW wwWwWwV WwwwwWwvWw Q OfH has secured a good; position in the moved into their new home-the

"tLD commissary department of the At. Watts cottage-on New York avenue. THE "DRI I E N T"

) PERSONAL lands Coast Lino.
& BRIEFS) Rev. J. C. Porter of Ocala was in
L ? Mr. A. H. Langworthy of Orlandowas .
4 ,.. _.. ____ town yesterday.Mr.
wD 00 t14beo+DDC@O/mQt1DD ... wheelat
ai Is
e- --d111Da2__\aSOt3t d10tP@ri3d in town several days this week in a high grade

i Circuit Court meets on the secun I New Easter Cards. at Brill's. the Interests of a Chicago; publishinghouse. J. F. Audis made a business visitto a low grade price.
Monday iu April, the: 13th. Sheri:: r West Palm Beach this week.
Get a of The Stetson Girls.-14
.turner is the copy
out t
: pi.til:
aumuionuig :
Mr. S. W. Johnston several
jury. There will \be no grand jury. Don't fail to see "The Rose Maiden' The Stetson Quartette will sing at spent WE HAVE SECUREDa
days 'way down south on business! this
Office Clyde Line Co. -All freight, at the auditorium this evening.: St. Barnabas church Easter Sunday

baggage:, etc: bur Civile: : Line must be;s The Board of County Commissioners: morning. __ week. __________ few and will be
in utllce (cur. liuuievaru ana !II. Y.. and County: :School Boa id meet oni Mr. Hammerly and family leave for
ave.) nut later than lo:3u:; a. m., the:i Monday. Mrs. J. D. Newklrk and daughter glad to show you
day boats are vchctlultu to leave. Ltv who have been the guests of 1\lriJ. Sophia Arkansas, as soon as the flood conditions their "
I William Rodenhouse is just tinit.1.i .- on the Mississippi warrant safe good points +
+ Jerido Coger, a lazy nevro boy, wa i ing a nice howe near the city pail. Banta all winter, returned to traveling on the railroads.. and quote a ''taking" {
arrested: oil the charge ot vagrancy,, It. bas six or eight. ruows.I the first. ot the Meek: auo was commuted week. price.BIGELOW'S.
: to await the action of th :;| Brill bas Rabbits, Chicken am.e !Mr. and Mrs D. H. Gomeraall and
Panorama Sugar and Chocolate taster Mr. S. E. Gilmore, bridge tender for
Criminal: Court.: It Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dearborn spent
Kggs.
the north bridge across the Halifax, '
9300 last week in St. Petersburg. Mr. and
loan
to on good security; 7 per
The College: Arms hotel will closi
was in DeLand on business Monday.
cent. Three Inquire Mrs. Gomersall returned to DeLandon
: yt, is(or loiigvr.: on the bin. The Putnam will' remain
at tnis oiiicc.: open till the last. ot this month. While here he made a pleasant call at Tuesday, and will remain here un-

I Work on 'the new county vault is I Mrs.M.}i. Cleaveland has purchasedthe THE NEWS office.-- til they return to New Jersey. t01 OI OTO! Oi-o+o+o-K> CI1 IK>I tyFPl-OEO+o-H>KHOI'OW> di Pi 41

prolrtlI"ul" favorably brow the I cottage on Rich Avenue:, between. St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Mrs. S. E. Bliss, who spent the winter

I use thousands, one would of brick Judge placed that: ready it ia. to for be her tine residence: and the J. J. Banta. Palm Sunday, April b.-10 a. m., chil here as the /guest of her sister, Mrs.

I aiuuoal. a solid wash. ot pressed: clay.T. home, aim Hill greatly: improve the dren's service and Sunday school; 11'a. E. H. Hudson returned to her home in
place.
I m., Choral celebration of Holy I Chicago on Wednesday.
J. Snyder has purchased W. A. C. Wishman's new house will Communion, with sermon. Services
Hauimerlcy'a ature: in '1UK!: NEWS: coat about. *2OOU. Contractor: Cairn: I
"1 block, auu toon. charge on Monday.Ajr. is now' drawing up the plans. Mr. (rs- next week, Holy week-Monday, Tues- There will be regular services at
(
\. :bustler:: will aim iu the stuck and good: will mane extensive: repairs to Wednesday, Thursday, and Good I the First M. E. church on next Sun
' will lUll the store tile year.: 'round. his new purchase. Friday" at 4 p. ui., and on Good Friday day; the pastor will preach both

I 4 Call on Marsh Bros for anything. Mr. and Mrs. Alcott have been entertaining morning at 10 a. m. I morning! and evening. Sunday schoolat
II wauttci: brow a well rtgulattu: mar a line crowd at- Melrose 10 a. m.; Epworth League at 0:45p. : REEVE.
14n. ket. Hall all winter, and will enlarge: the The Epworth League reading cir- m. All are cordially invited.
-- News has been received: In DeLand I house before another season.. cle of the M. E. Church, South, met ',

ot the serious illness: ot 1\.1./". to. A. Easter Baskets and other Noveltiesat last Thursday evening at the home of' The cantata, The Rose-Maldert,"
McCoy (net Alias Lizzie; ; Webb) at To- Brill's. !Mr. T. S. Bouchelle on North Boule will be given at the auditorium this

pcka, Kuns. Mrs. McCoy OeLuiiid lias hun I The contest for mayor of DeLand yard. It was well attended and after evening. Tboae gWho take part are:
ureUs ot warty jtrieuUa la who
will anxiously await uewbut ber..r-: this year promises: to be quite exclting. the usual program, all engaged in The University Choral Class and
cuver)'. | The candidates so tar are the tilling in the missing words in the Prof. R. L. Schofield, director; soloists r
I present incumbent, Mr. O. F.< Fish! |
Edna Smith-Morrison:
-A Musical Romance. The Mrs. soprano
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:More deeds and other records bave: and Attorney J. E. Alexander. The: story,
been tiled: with the clerk ol tne Cir I tight will be made In the caucus. The missing words. were to be supplied: of Jacksonville; Miss Kather- Photographic t
cult Court this nioutu tbuu tor any man who gets the nomination in the
wuuth pievioualy in yeurs. Kcal l..... I citizen's; caucus will win. -- -- Artist. -
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tale is quite: active: iu Voiusia tuutu\ O.O..o..o.O..o..o..o..o.--O-O'.Oe<) "O. .f'-o.O.O-o..o-O.()
J. W. Smith has purchased the S. al4t I o-l OK>t JoO+t O.JoO+O+f c13 OK>K i +O+O-l Frank Wagner, a gentleman from P. Hays place:: on North Boulevard
Trenton N. J., wbo caiue to peLauuin : The 0.<1 house will be renovated and
the early I tall on account ol ill repaired, or a new tenement tn-cud\ THESE THREE--
health, died in the LockbarL cottageon /: In its place. I
trove Place early Monuay iuuiiiing. 0 0z
The rew..llI.er": euibaiuieu Our northern friends who returned
and taken. to Ills former liome by ors home last week, arrived in time to INE
I wile aim son, for interment. catch the spring blltzard-and; many FOX RIVER BUTTER
of them will wisti that they had
Arch Walker. was up before bill remained: South a little later HESII -
honor Judge iicCrory: Tuesday on a BONELESS HAM
peace warrant sworn out by his lormer: J. W. !Smith= purchased from the ti ISH
wife, the lady now being the wile: of Tra..k estate. 'M: acres of timber land HOME MADE BREAD
another "coliud ifen'uian". The complainant on North Boulevard, facing J. F. All- KIDAYAT k
) failed! to prove that Arclaewas dia'. Mr. Smith will save this timber 1.
too aggressive:, and the case was land, which runs east into the Banta .
diswissedw lake, as a protection to his. bearing and lots of other Good Things at

r1 School !supplies at Aliens' Pbtr- grove.
macy.:: | Mr. HaIght, the Philadelphia gentleman .* a
who is working up the electric ::-
Mrs. Sarah Tawney bas purchased! railway between DeLand and THE MARKETE. '
from Mrs. F. C.; Codriugton: / a lot on Daytona, was in town several days.It ,, Ryland & Sparkman's.THE /
Minnesota avenue, just west of Prof. Is stattd that Mr. Bond has sold his L. JIcBrltle, ONTHE :
Uoxa's residence.: Mrs. Tawney will franchise to these parties and that ,
erect a handsome two-dtory tenementon they will begin work on the roadbedat Manager. CORNER
this lot. Mrs. Tawney always keeps once ... RELIABLE GROCERS.
her property in tine condition. Tne ..o..o..o.o-O"O"O-O"O'O.O--) .O.O.O"O.O.O.O.O"O.
reporter kuows from experience that : Dr. Edmund T. Allen, who recently ---------. -- --- --- OI-O+014t K>l-O+41.0 i z.o.K; >I-O+O+OKHooz.o.KH R
she Is i located in DeLand from Chicago: is '
neighbor.
a good
with the of Mr. H. D.joodwln .
making a beautiful country home on name a song. lire A. Crawford, mezzo-soprano; Mr. THE EATING CAPACITY
Magnolia Lodge, No. 21, I O. O. F., North Boulevard. His orange and won the prize and J. Herbert Henry Wllinsturst, tenor; :Mr. Roy
has changed its meeting: night from peach orchards are in fine condition Chaffer the "booby." The tables for. S. Brown, baritone; Miss Mary M.Zabrl11kle. .
t rlday at 7:30:: to Monday at 8 o'clock, He has recently planted several hundred refreshments were set behind the pianist, and Mrs. Rosa Fu- -
this. change being made through the grafted and seedling pecan trees. .
vines. the and beautifully -
courtesy of St. Johns Chapter: U. A. I I Mrs. Allen is an enthusiastic chicken on porch were trelle-Gideon, organist. The price of
M. Magnolia is now engaged in rank raiser, and takes great pleasure in decorated with roses and vio- admission has been placed at the popular of our store is enormous.

work every meeting night, the candidates ,,I building modern hen-houses and ''pat- lets. figure-25 cents. We have chairs of every: .
-'- being ten or a dozen of De- ent". nests. In ten years they will
,d Land's most popular young: men. have a mavnIQcent place- home one description for the young,
the
to attendance
Owing
Mr. A. G. large; at
dreams about.A Klngsbury was a pleasant
April 23 ia Odd Fellows' memorial. caller at this office on Tuesday. He the marriage of Mr.Anderson and Miss middle aged and old at ,II
special meeting the City Council
day. Magnolia Lodge of DeLand will was held on Saturday to consider< a was on his way from Cuba to his homeIn I Austin, a very small audience attended -
observe the day-Sunday-by gathering the entertainment at the audi
proposition from the Southern Bell Boston and could not resist the
I
at the hall and marching in a'
? Telephone and Telegraph : Tuesday evening. Mr.Freear,
body to the Baptist church where a Company temptation to visit DeLand while in r
sermon will be preached: to them by relating to a franchise. This com- his section of the world. Mr. Kings-I however, kept the audience in a roar

Rev. J. E. Oates, who t lit a member of franchise pany wants for the the council Installation to grant of a a bury was among DeLand's early set.I for two hours. His impersonations of POPULAR PRICES

.. the lows.St. Augustine Lodge of Odd Fel- telephone system in DeLand, the : tiers, and while here for several years the minstrel, the old Irishman, the .

franchise to take effect after the expiration did much to place the town in the' opera singer and the sleight-of-hand
The annual meeting of the State of the time granted! the front rank of Florida towns H. performer were fine. Those who fail
Horticultural Society, which will Starke Telephone Exchange In which
be held at the biggest little! town in to Install a system. The franchise milt the first Ice factory here; he ed to attend missed a rare treat. THE PUANITU'Ut : 5 k"
the state-Miami-on May 5, 0 and 7, granted the Starke people expires in erected for a carriage repository the J.J F. ALLEN & GO.. I VOLUSIA HOUSIOP'' '
Mr. J. Hall
1,, is attracting considerable attention October:: and up to this date nothinghas fine building now occupied by the. Brumsey getting up an ,
just now. Quite a number of people been done toward Installing the Semlnole Manufacturing Company ala Easter Dance, to be given at the Putnam o+o+o+o+<>IIK>>O+<>K + O-KHO* ) ae
from DeLand will attend. The FlorIda system except to advertise for poles; on Tuesday evening, April 14. ;
starch factory-and was Instrumental __ f.
East Coast: Railway has granted a the advertisement is now running in u. ------ -
rate of 1 cent per mile each way. THE NEWS. The matter of grantingthe many other good works. Since Mrs. Eyles and Mrs. W. W. Fry returned -
Those of our people who have never franchise to the Bell people was leaving DeLand twelve or fourteen to Jacksonville this week, after DeLand
Mr. model should referred to the Ordinance Committee:
seen Flagler's town
Mr. Kingsbury has been to several In DeLand. YC
avail themselves of this low rate and te report at a called meeting to be held years ago spending day
visit. Miami in May. this evening. the gold fields of 'Alaeka, was ship. !Mrs. Fry will return to Philadelphiaafter Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works. :

wrecked ,on the coast of Alaska and' a short visit to relatives in
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nearly frozen to death. Lately he Jacksonville.Mr. .
.. J. T. CAIRNS and Manager.
ball been to Cuba and Santo Domingo.Mr. Proprietor

Klngsbury was surprised at the I S. S. Graham is expected down Manufacturer of-

absence of the orange trees in this .from Madison, Ind., Wednesday Dr sled & Rough Lumber: :: w
Don't Go to Dentist
a section of the state, not realizing the next, to visit his better-half, who has '
M disastrous effect of the freezes until spent the winter in DeLand. Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.. +

he saw with his own eye He was Capt. James Taylor, who returnedto CONTRACTOR & nmrnPP. Will furnish plans and specification and bi Ii:
: estimates. Special machinery at mill for It' .
j'ratlfted'at! the prosperous appear his home In Madison, Ind., a few finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanic and guarantee h .f

if you have a "sweet tooth" ance of DeLand-which still occupiesa days ago, writes that he has been first-class work in even particular. ,;ut';
warm place la his heart-and especially .. ,
taken sick with lagrlppe and ia now ;(1
noticed the growth of our confined to the bed. He left Floridatoo

beautiful shade trees, the neat appearance soon. COMPANY 'w
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of our pared streets, and |jjMggR I
he general air of prosperity around Miss Edwards, from New York City,
V who has been the guest of Mrs. Ros- l' """n.,,
Go To FUDGER'Sand 'I town. He left on Wednesday for J" .pl/t,
Boston, but'made arrangements to liter at Enterprise, is 'visiting Mrs. Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot. DeLand 'a; ,.C

... hive THE NEWS mailed to him every and Miss Wlllatowskl a few days be- Prices on all kinds of -;, ',
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week, to keep him posted about De- fore returning home. .

.- land. _________ The Sunday school ptenlc' Is about Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling ,! '
instant "
will find .
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Services at the Baptist church on ripe. The picnic should i>e held at .
'' J relief in his splendid assortment S Sunday will be ai usual.atll a. m.and the Aquatic Club grounds this year, f;:' :'' .'

s S of .Confectionery. 7:30: p. m. In the morning the pastor providing a sufficient number of boats Mouldings, Turning; ?, ;

will preach on the text, "What think!can be obtained to make' few good ...

.. S y- of Christ?" and.in the evening on .races and allow all to enjoy the water Brick, and Everything, in the Lumber Lin*.. Order dlltaed'pro-' .:'Ii ,. a

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The celery company shipped h .Ea.r Rt a 5p.ciui rne.etjUg-.u1Ied. for th..turPo' accepted for less than 10 conts.FOR .'
first carload of celery to Baltimore a Tbe electric railway at St. Peters- tOURTINGITT' Mr[ Editor Sir again I am beforemy or",of.hlub.blrty jya notice In writing

lit t :' few days ago. The celery farm I Is at- burg started ita cars last week.' peoples asking them to come & "h.d1 shall btt btt girell II'lv.lI...cOl'Due fnlll'4otlco to iaw.sac. of. the niesting RENT.

tracting the attention of a number of .a. ibe first annual! election of omcer -OH t E> IT-Cottn on Boulevard north of
Pensacola will be bonded for one DANGER .. let' us make some Provigon for she *u Pl'tiJ\'t ( visitoranow.* It la a sight worth.eellllE' following .shall constitute. the oUUer of said _
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million dollars, to take up present care of our old folkea aa we have corporation i .___
Iff* : ; It is courting danger to stand undet P..ld..nt.-W.II.. Stewart. ,
indebtedness and for public improve- De- FOR SALE.
:: A number of our northern visitors Icy eaves. Not a few have learned this got BO many of them around Vluto-J>re ldent.-3. II..Wilson. -

Z have started home. Mrs. Gray left ments. to their cost. livery winter Injury and Land & other surrounding town of Secretary.Manager and-J.T..II.urer.-C.F. AUdl O.Code'lnton. FOR BA LR-On.Typewriter, on" Cornet,aC t

;: s ) two weeks ago; Mrs.Grove and daughter Lawtey's etrawbevry shipments this even carelessness.death are reported But as there the is result a far of Smaller Sye than DeLand that have)t'Wilson lioard, J.of F.Dlrcocton.-W.AllJIs C. O. Codrlntrton H. Stewart! ,O.8. A.B. _ _Hand_ _Store_ _DeLancl._ _Fla._ f"

left last week on Monday, goingto this will be greater in.volume Dreka, J. E. Blvelow, W. D. FiicluBr.SBC. f'OR SALE-Six-room house, barn """rtHlablr.
year .
of
: more popular way courting: danger. Pass Ihe age of working for themselves .4. The first annual i meotlnir of the I' bay wow, shed for tools; flveacres
St. Augustine to see the sights; on than ever before. Good prices are Every man or woman who neglects a tockholder bull be hold on th* second Monday laud; city water acid i.oo Mrs. Graham and three realized. cough is inviting sickness, and many a & some of Ihem are on the In March 1HU4, at tbe oHlce of the corporation trees, crepe vines, .'0. (TOO onsh. Perfect ..
being
) Wednesday in DeLand, Florida. The officer shall. title Inquire or C. M. 01 Mm. I.J. Drok"w.8 "
fatal sickness bas its in
beginning a slight Boat
children went to meet them in Jacksonville county for a Tjiveing & still we hold until tbelr Successors' are selected and
The government has accepted tbe cough. qualified. 1ASH MEOI9TEK Ideal, new,for sale cheap. 1\\
Lt from there they went on to deeds to tho Oak Hall lot in Gainesville The timely use of Dr. Pierce's Golden about our charritjble Diapoyistion ARTICLE VI. <'< Inquire :Mews Office. tt ..

their homes In Ottawa, Ills. Medical Discovery will cure the cough. cannot -
and work the build- & morrel inprovement yet we
i The entertainment given by Miss on public Even when the cough is obstinate and The highest amount 'of ,Indttbtedneas. to REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
; / ing will begin at once. there Is hemorrhage with emaciation and Spare anuff means out $10.000 a which said corpo..tlon.b..11 at any time 8ub- na-; J
& 'Wolseley and pupils, assisted by the Golden Medical ject Itself shall not exceed: tbe amount of tbe OUSE FOR SALE-Ten rooms, University ;...
and Mrs. McGaffln Governor Jennings returned on weakness Discovery"always year corlected & spent by our peoples capital stock. 11 ; hot and couP water!' ; 'U'lrt! yard; .;
L Ziegler brothers, helps and almost always cures. ulnery Just coinIng Into bearing, etc. W.H. '.
and Mrs. J. M. Conrad, on Friday Friday from Washington, where he "I was troubled with n bad cold, which settledon arond this Town & then we ARTICLE VII. 1110"1)". tm
went bn state business. It is not my lungs anil left inc with a miserable
night,was well attended.Jand: all report cough," writes Mr Joseph D Burns, of 318Muesli : hare not got a Home for the poor The name and residences of the subscribing L"Ofl SALE-15 acre land 5 cleared and
time. The proceeds were stated "how much" he brought back street Ithaca, New Inuorporatora, and; the amount; of tock held I funovd, good condition for cultivation;
,' a pleasant Vurlc. "I used two bottles ol and needy ones of our Race and: by encb I I.a* follows: 10 acres. wild.' Title perfect. Apply to. WILLIAM
for- the benefit of the school library.Mr. with him. your Golden Medical Discovery s'' C. O. Codrlng-ton, of DeLand, Florida, 100 BEST DuLanil.BLACK.
,' slier which my cougb whence ever one get sick or dii shares.Wm..
fr .! '. Ptmrv baR two cousins from There will be a big bicycle( racing. disappeared entirety I cannot H. Stewart, of DeLand, Florida, 10
for few weeks. I recommend your medl the first thing you see will be Rev. .bare..
Ohio visitinghim a carnival in Jacksonville on the 12th clue too highly" SMITH
visit before Ed Coger our good old Patryark A.H. Kyland, of DeLaud Florida, 1 share.J. .
They expect to Daytona which, incidentally, falls on a Accept no substitute for
E. Big-Blow, of DeLand, Florida, 10 sharse.STATS .
1 they return North. Sunday. McFarland, Bald, George Golden Medical Discov with a Beggin lis to help Such per- or FLORIDA, I m--- I._AND -._---- *, I
Mr. Sylvester of Chicago visited Lpander and other noted wheelmenwill ery." There is nothing be COUNTY or VOI.USIA.p f
that need it & of curse .
"just as good" for diseases son may On 1808'
Haines last week. They once Ii :b"J.: :; : personally WAGON SHOP
:Mrs. take part. I of the stomach, is Bound to get it from the good W. Codrlnirton,
Wm. Stewart, A. H. Hyland and J. K. IliKe-
nice here. \
owned a : orange grove The state treasurer has a cash blood and lungs. Sub- & few low, to me well known a* fourof the person AlIlr.lnd.ol Repairing .
': Miss Hall and Mrs. McGaftin entertained stitution means a little whites he may get a pennies associated and who executed the foregoing
I balance on hand amounting to more more profit to the dealer but articles of Incorporation, and severally ncknowledRed I Done Promptly and at .
. ficru of they
? friends at dinner on Friday and some our peoples that they executed the sum for Iteanonable i>rlce..
than a million dollars last year'staies but a loss to you. .
,. and Sunday.The The Common Sense will make Remark before they will the In use witness and purposes I therein expressed.
are not in. But the legislature whereof have hereunto set my HOESE-SHOEISS A SPECIALTY .' t
colored minstrel show at the Medical Adviser, 1008 5 cent & then think that hand and official seal at DeLniid
will cure the treasury by a big in give they -.- ) Florida, the day and year aforesaid.SICAL. .
I : Smead house was very well attended large pages, papercovers {{ : .} DEUT FISH' ,
t night by both white and dose of anti-fat in a few days. UmTn- is sent free on have given a Dollar & if you wants -v-. Notary Public. SCOTT HODGK1NSTHE -

I+*. on colored Saturday, if it did rain. The state Sunday school convention I.\\\\l b\\U\\\\\\% stamps receipt to of pay ai expense one-cent of to See them spend money just let -. .-- ..- 10"f

Mrs. Macky and Mrs. Pierce entertain in session at Tallahassee last mailing only. Address Rev John \V Dukes come in Town 1'1

1 the card party on Monday night week elected officers as follows: Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo with & Ex Scurtion Bill & when the

'I President Ilev. J. \V. of : N. Y. -' .
Carpenter -
at Mr. Henry's. the train Run out
day comes sor to
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.p The citizens: of Glenwood are very Gainesville; vice president, Rev. J. i iDE
You Know What You Are.Taking of DeLand will see where our
(.3. Porter of Ocala Chris you
tired of looking at the brush piles ; secretary,

;.1 along the avenue. If the county could Malheson of Gainesville;. treasurer, when you take Grove's Tasteless Monnies goes & most of these peoples NEWS PUBLISHING;
Chill Tonic because the formula is ,
hire them put there it had better J. H. McLaurin of Jacksonville; sec plainly printed on every bottle showIng that goes on these Ex Scurtion I

l'' hire them burnt up. retary of primary work, Mrs. W. N. that it Is simply Iron and Quinine !- have not paid house Rent for 6 LAND FLORIDA.DeLAWS .

t. Mr. and Mrs. Farr started for home Coats of tit. Petersburg. in a tasteless form. No Cure, ,
dont
50c. month & never pays a grocer-
z at Springfield, Ills., on the 31st. Tbelr no pay.
Daytona will spend hundreds of Ce. rie Bill they bad Rother move their -,
.
many friends here wished them a safe LEADING LOCAL PAPER.
? thousands of dollars in building '
: journey, and hope their lives may be operations Congress has granted a lump sum trade & then Boat of our Religgion
this year; Palm Beach, it of $1,000 to the family of every railway I
h spared to return to us next fall. Although and you can here them Shouttingfor
is said, will be the scene of more mail clerk killed while on duty.
L r; they are growing years, and building than ever before; DeLandis There Is no other occupation in the Miles & our Home Enterprise is One 'Dollar Per Annum e "

:Mr. Farr is crippled with rheumatism on a boom, and will be able to world so perilous" \ as that of our railway left void now my good friends it is S Single Copies Five Cents 0
j so as, not to be able to walk around mall clerks. They number about
', "very much, his wife 1 Is", very active accommodate twice the number: of 9,000 and ordinarily they get something time for us to get up & do some- Advertising Rates Reasonable

people next year that it did this. like $1,20O year. There were for selves for the white
? for one of her age. The entire state is growing. The 800 accidents last! year and nine were thing our

k Miss Lucy Russell of DeLand spent killed. peeples aae Tiard of Caarying us
PRINTERS.Letter
next census of Florida will astonishthe BOOK AND JOB .

; a few days here with her sisters. entire United States. The next A LOVE LETTER. along for they have did it for nearlya I

.. Rev. West spent Tuesday with apportionment will add two ormore half Century. I
Would interest if you're looking
friends from DeLeon fishing! with the not you and Bill Heads,
congressmen to our representation. for a guaranteed Salve tor Sores, Rev Wm King Envelopes, Statements,
launch. It not good day
,: was a
4 :, very / Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Pon- p Engraved and Printed Cards, I
,
f' j to catch fish. on account of tbe wind. A UNIQUE BiCyCLE ACCIDENT. der, Mo., writes: "1 suffered with an Engraving: and Color Prim ing, ..,,
Thl Will Interest Oth.rs.I1other
New Irish potatoes fresh from the Joseph ugly sore for a year, but a box of Programs, Menus and Invitations, ,
Capo was on Saturday
: gardens now. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's Gray's Sweet Powders for Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils,

Mr. Case thinks he is about well, night the victim of a very peculiarand the best salve on earth. 250 at \V. A. Children, Cure Feverishness, Bad -4.5- Large and bmall:; Postera. Handbills Stickers ,

likewise intensely painful acci- Allen's and Geo.V.. Fisher's drug Stomach, Teething Disorders, Breakup Advertising No'eltlell.ml.! Calendars, '
but weak yet. dent. lIe was riding his bicycle in stores. Colds, move and regulate tbe Bowels Newspapers Printed Whole or IB Part. I
and Destroy Worms. THEY NEVER
.
the vicinity of the waterworks pump S. FAIL Over 30.000 testimonials. At ; .1 4''

OSTEEM.t ing station coming to the city when ImitationThis L..b.e. all druggists, 25c. Sample mailed. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. _

Special Correspondence. be was knocked off the wheel. He Is splendid liver .. I
a perfectly o+o+o+o+o..o+oe-o.o.o..o..o.-oO.() ..... ..
Osteen, March 30.-Miss Lois Davis fell heavily to the ground, his right medicine: Take a deep breath and then A practical test of the Yankee sentiment -:

of DeLand is visiting friends and relatives hand being driven through one of expel the air from the lungs In little of race equality was afforded .

t here. the wheels of the bicycle. One of puffs like a donkey engine. Push out recently In California when a negro The Racket Store

the sharp steel spokes was forced all tbe air you possibly can drawing i preacher was appointed by the bishop
to start of ,
Rev. Chas. Pattillo
expects to the charge a white church, but
the abdomen In und as tar as It will
up
the index almost its
for his home in Wednesday through finger he didn't hold the job.
Georgia ,
entire of the go. The doing of this exercise will I J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor .
while three
length, .
but will visit his son, Rev. J. L. Pat- probably strike you as being so pertectly I

tillo, at Wllllaton.Mr. broken spokes punctured the palmof funny or silly that you will wind Think of your own faults and you DRY OOO1, SHOES: HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWEL-

F. P. Zly came over from Shiloh his hand. Mr. Capo, with the up with name of tbe real thing, which will talk less about the faults of oth- BY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC\ ETC. ..

: with J. E. Pattillo Saturday. assistance: of a passerby, succeededin Is of course. better than the Imitation. ers, S Agent for the SINGER, the best MarLiue in the ", 1'ld. All kinds of

Herbert Pattillo made an hour's withdrawing the wires from his Maxwell's Tnllsmau.CONFESSIONS Sewing Machines sued er.d lllLitl td, j.1
visit home last Sunday. lie came hand, which enured him great agony.Dr. -C. TCI CUKE) A. COLD IN ONE DAY reI I jiulb ..

over on a railroad velocipede in about Worley dressed! the wound, but OF A PRIEST.Rev. Take: Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Best and cheapest HARNESS in ll e oily. Hnrnrpp reraiut' run rtlvBOOT

J,.' 36 hour and a half. He was to leave it is learned that fears of blood poisoning Jno.' S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., If lets.It falls All druggist to cure.refund E. W.the Grove'ssignature money IIi r A AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CON EC'L ON, ...
writes, "For 12 I suffered from
years
in
_ Sanford at 2:30: p. m. for Gainesville, Augustine setting Record.are entertained.St. .- Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a numberof is on each box. 25c.

where be starts on a new run as a --
-
physicians and tried all sorts of viM&mwviuaiMiww }J \!' '!Il .i Wl\II.\! !!; !!tl'! !.I: JW'''
postal clerk. medicines but got no relief. Then I began BEAUTY AND STRENGTH.
WISDOM OF THE WIDOW.
: Mrs. Zack Haymans with her children / the use of Electric Bitters and feel Are desirable. You are strong and I ror: : a, Z E?le isan.tTO : 'J'jrc..eI. : -'
that I
am now cured of a disease that
and Tom Shaves have been visiting Viwsi of si Msin Who Do. Hot' A.._ vigorous, whenyour blood is pure.
the family of T. J. Shaves at Eau With TonyVell... had me in its grasp for twelve years." Many-nay, most-women, fail to prop-
If you want a reliable medicine for .. .' .. C
Gallle the week. The man wbo marries a girl Just out erly digest their food, and so become -
J 4 past Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach pale sallow thin and while I. ;; ;
weak the ;
of school has need of much shrewdness. .0
"
Miss Florida Pell has been .
at Mrs. A. T. Pattillo's several staying days. tact and fortitude for the first year of tric disorders Bitters.! or general It's guaranteed debility, by get\V.Elec.A. skin brightness and complexion freshness and depart.beauty Remedythis of the j .A. Q Z7' _A.. i L "C" ::e.

matrimony: will produce a violent revolution -
; Mrs. J. E. Pattillo has received several Allen and G. W. Fisher._ Only soc. unpleasant evil, by eating nourish
In her luliid. As she learns to S. .
orders recently for settings/ of her know her husband-she who has never ing food, and taking a small dose of .

;. pure barred Plymouth Rock eggs./ seen him except when he bad his best Nobody likes nn overture very well Herbine after each meal, to digest eaqtit.11 liqkes foi< Uoatiqg.

.i This spring she has added Golden Wy- coat on-she will deem him a brute aud but band and orchestra leaders continue what you have eaten SOC at'all drug I

: andotts to her stock of poultry. will be disappointed and disgusted for to play them because it Is custom. gists. 4. Sl\i1boqts, 1o'hoqts?> f\qoes fFou !.' 1etjt.No : .

...: _ _. _ she will compare Mm with that Impossible ary.-AUhlson Globe.

A Toveh of B.......... Ideal of manhood which every NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS II

T Mr.. Skinflint (on receiving a deputation girl fans In her mind and of which he, SAVED TWO FROM DEATH. PATENT. ) l1q1fge f o# ildii\ission\ t o 1foq11ds. .

; from his employees)-Well. what's of course falls short. But with experience "Our little daughter had an almost NOTICE Is he..bya1ven that tbe under

'; F tlie matter now? will come wisdom. In time fatal attack of whooping cough and of the State" of Intend Florid to .apply for the to Issuance the Uovernor of Letter Clqb Ifoqse Opeq to tl1e Pt1blic.I .

Clerk (spokesman)-We want to b. she will understand that her girlhood'sIdeal bronchitis," writes Mrs. \V. K. Havi- .Patent to them and their associate andsuccessor '

paid every week instead of every If she were to have bin. lu the land of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all .a*a body corporate. under the laws :
of said State, to be known as TaB News Pun- .
month.Cgbl. flesh would be an unbearable prig other remedies failed, we saved her life LiuuiNU COMPANY. a copy of the proposed I Parties Can Have the Use of DtnI g.Rooni and Kitchen %lth Dishes

You get aU that's due to you. and that her husband Is about an good with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our charter. of said company "being' published. Immediately ,

don't ;your as men go and even-If she loves him. 1 nice', who had Consumption in an following this C.notice.O. C'ODRISOTON, I etc., at Moderate Rates. I

:- DYes sir.". a little better than the next man. advanced stage, also used this wonderful Wit. H. STEWART, .;

: And promptly a day?" A widow has all this knowledge of medicine and today she is perfectlywell. I J.A.E.H.KYL.ItD"UlOELOW.< ,

.. "Yes.' sir. men and of tbe world which a spinster ." Desperate throat and lung diseases qoon FIi001| ijw i'pio fo*' Dcig.\ I
CHARTER Or THE NEWS
"'Tbe'o why do you waDt to be paid lacks. A Inca talks to a widow freely yield to Dr. King's New Discovery COMPANY. PUBLISHING ; '1

Instead of monthly 2" as to one who has found him out. SheIs as to no other medicine on earth. 'I
;weekly Infallible for Coughs and Colds. SOc Know all men by these presents:-That tb.
will
"Please, sir, If s so we won't be gettin' expert lu the arts of pleasing him and $i.oo bottles guaranteed by W. A. underslKued do hereby associate themselves WRefreshments be on Sale every Thursday, with Music in the' '
I home our and If a bright young widow sets her aa a body corporate under and by authority of evening for Dancing- 'l,
the lumbago carryln' Allen and Geo. \V.- Fisher Trial bottles the laws" of the Btnteof Florida by; the name

4 L' "....."-London Answer cap flight.for. a. man A widow be. can.. haa escape no 'her illusions. .oulyhv .. free.. and set forth for tbe and uurpoev shown*,In.the following, articles _. _. .._...._._._.JII_..n....JtL._._JtJltJltJllJtJtJt"JII"......_.._...:.._....'.'''."'''..''.'..'.''..'..''. .....'..''',''...'.''.'''", ,,,_.,,,_.' ,.,
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and no Ideals. She Is well trained and ARTICLE I. ,
Oar Art.toeraej. The name of said corporation shall be Tn. r r--f-- rv- \*- -+J- \\J-\f\p+ JOJO >+ ,
v used to going double while the spinster -
"She claims. I believe, to be descended Ncwa PUULMHINO > and the principal
Is an unbroken filly and Is hound to place or business: t'Itt.. at UeCand, JOHN: B. STETSON U'N"IVE'RSITY-
4 THE OLD; RELIABLE' kick up a good deal when she first. ftcl from a king. VoliiBia. County, Florida) but It may establishOtheti : )
"Yes. Before her grandfather struckIt and awnulea In any other place or
a tug; at she .uoClc.-Suu Francisco place wltbln or without the State of Florida. )
rich he was known as the poker king DE LAND
Bulletin. FLORIDA-
of White floes Flat*."-Chicago Record.Derald. ARTICLE II. t-

... To Market on ..11... The general nature' tb. business be IN AFFILIATION WITH I .
transacted by said corporation shall embrace
-i1'L An Interesting and picturesque cus. HOW'S w THIS?" the eciltlnir. publishing and printing;of new.papers .- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. :
books, ,
)
periodicals magazines and to
torn In southwestern France Is that of
I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re. do such thine*and engrave\ in such \buslneks
going to market ,on stilts. Groups of ward or businesses as be to sell PRO
for any case of Catarrh that can-. may necessary and BATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR
LoY4ii young men and women mounted on not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. To dispose buy,of own C.X'TI"'u; printed real,and matter personal, etc. WORK IN THE OTHER. :

blgb stilts may be seen dally crossing F. J. CHENEY & CO., property aa may be deemed necessary for theuocesvrul COLLEGE: : OF TJBERAL
: : ARTS
the marshy plains known as "the Lan- Proprs, Toledo, Ohio. conduct such buslneseor businesses COLLEGE or LAw.I I'I
),and otherwise do and perform all such ,
T des." "The Landea" are cut up Into We, the undersigned, have known F.' other. act and things and exercise such cower > ACADEMY SCHOOL OP TECHNOLOGY .

h- 'small ditches pool and hummocks, F. Cheney for the last 15 :years, and and authority a* It lawfully may In the perforuisisu. NORMAL, AND PRACTICE SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN .
and stilts are .la consequence almost believe him perfectly: honorable In all .of Jtsj said business or rnislnnssnsj BUSINESS (COLLEGE: : )

necessary to those who desire tq traverse business transactions and financiallyable ARTICLE III.Tbe SCHOOLS or Musio .AND AM, J .;
them. to carry out any obligations made capital stock of said'corporation shall r .,
by their firm. be two thousand nve hundred dollars (*i.6OO>. Law OraduatM admitted to PractIce In Florida without Bi.mln.tlon .. }
West & Truax Wholesale divided. Into 166! .hre*of the par verue of ten A Complete ;
System of
.. .. Druggists, CorrelAted work in Manual I
omvlo
HU t Cosnploiolr c-r. dollar (. O.OO) each. Bald caplta4 stork: shall Tmlnln
"Theytell me you have cured: your'seif Toledo Ohio. be paid upon'call. made by the directors! ; lasuch An Adequate and Competent Faculty of Instructors.
Waldlng Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale loBtsUuneuts sis Said. directors may deem A W.U Selected and Comprehensive Susnura \
chronic Insomnia. ,
L5 of Druggist. Toledo,' Ohio. botet. Ovr aoo.OOO In Buildings and Equipment. )
"Y*... I'm completely 'cured. II a 11'. Catarrh Cure is taken Internal- I. ARTICLE IV. : A Splendidly Equipped Gymnasium. ,

""It moat be n. (not'relief!r' ly acting/ directly'upon the blood and 'corporation shall exist perpetually a* I A Library' of over M.OOQ Volumes). ".
"Relief! I should say It waff Wby, mucous surfaces. Price 75c j>er bot provided by ..... f _' '
-.I
: .oIut.bPIu I- lie awake. half the;'night thinking tle. Sold by all druggists. Testlmon- ABTICLB ,, g for further information ad.sn. -the President, i,

>ullfd' to raff.r from It."-Clet-, tall free. '' -. JOHN )
EflTflffZ bOw; I' BapTfow, 1. The : f P. "O".a. P.
Hair offloer by whom tb* but- O.. DiLs5..i "... ,
1aD4..fI*Dealer.. Family Fin are tbs hast. MM oorponUoa J* tet fee 3isirti .)
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