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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 24, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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Tallahassee; April 22.-Tbe legislature OOOOOCtOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOOOOOORESULT

, t, MaS.YIt1A2.BAERECHEM.D.: B KSIDE3; getting ice for about one- Is now getting! down to work in of the citizens' caucus

third the price DeLandites are earnest. The members have about at the court house last Friday I Merchandise"Oldest
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!g. Physician and Surgeon.New forced to pay the people of Orlandoare digested the governor's fine message night: era s ? f

furnished electric lights at a and the | the various
York Ave., DeLand. Fla. Oillce Hours' / very reports o state For Mayor-S. A. Wood

I? .... 10 A. M f)111 u.; :il to 4 and 7 to III'. M.rjBO. reasonable price. For Instance: The officers, and are prepared to act In For Clerk-E. D. McLeod.] \ .

I", A. DAVIS, M. D., rate for private houses is: telligently all matters coming/ be. For Treasurer-Grant Ely. Established House in the City. ,r .

Flint lamp.... ...... .......80 fore them. '
/ .. ..... cents. per month.. For Councilmen-A. H. Woodall( H.
PfiCOQd ...... .,.f 0 "
: Physician and Surgeon, Third .... ...... ...... ...40> >> ? e Senator Sams has' been appointedon C. Bushnell U. F. FUh.. DRY GOODS NOTIONSSPEC2ALTIE. '
1'J' Office hours g Fourth" .......... ...j.....IX) .. o the following AND ;;
: A. M.to 1:1: M.; 1 to land 7 to Fifth antiover..2(1 committees: Fisheries For Member Board Public Works ,
e P. M. .
Special attention to mldwlfey and surgery (Current supplied from dark to daylight) judiciary, game, roads and highways G. A. Drtka.

: Calls!! answered atany liour. Onlut In res The price for commercial htlngI forestry, commerce and navi- -.- .__
ilience, Indiana AVunuv, went of Court
I' Hougo. I to use lights not later than midnight/ gation, drainage and .reclamation of This was one of the most representative New York: Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.

six days In the week, and no lights on lands. caucuses!: ever held In DcLand,
JOHN MACDIAKMID M. D., and it was alove-feast from b M
Sundays: | Representative Gibbons has Intro. : lllnnI11g'to ndLnd Flori

Physician and Surgeon. first .. ...75! month duced a bill providing for end, outwardly.The I a.. ,' !
cpnu per a county rl
Second' tap.. ....... ... .us .. .. >. .
&lJ' A General Prnclltlouer. not a Specialist. Third ...... .......:..uu .. .. I I court for Duval county.Representative meeting was called: to order by .
Office over Fffehcr'n iirug Store. Hours: V to Fourth ... M "' ". t i. St.: Clalr-A'brami- II. D. McDonald, chairman of the City M:i-oo-i-o--o I : KH-CH<-IOOO-OOCW-Q': I: *
Flftil "and allover ,.,..41)) to '
12lto4and7lob.A ; .
I Executive Committee with Ward :
has introduced'a bill providing for :
redistricting
.1- For meter service'the pIke: U: could acting : JBeLand Real Estate Office.
: B. MUNSON.M. the state Into eight judicial secretary.On
12 cents per lOCO ,watts; minimum! circuits. By this'bill Volusla will motion of J.V.. 'Perkins the
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Homeopathic. Physician. rate $1.50 per month. remain in the Seventh\ District with temporary organization was made :1 .

OlDctt second door aouib of Fisher'drug store In DeLand the. minimum! meter rate permanent.
Brevard Orange Dade Lee Osceola
Jfflue Hour 10 to 1J A. M.; a to A and 7 to is $3.50 per month. !: Fish :SO"\LSes: For: merit .
III' t. and Monroe; total population of district Mayor nominated S>. A. Wood
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; The merchants Demand pay about 66,015. as hid successor in oHlce! and the \

DR VF.3.TAYLOR, $1 each per month for light use.dn ,
every
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made .
j' The Illllsborough/ /good roads bill was by acclamation.J.
Lots 'Residences
;...t.. | their places of business!:) II. Illbbard City
.... was the'first to past the house the nominated A. II. i

Surgeon-Dentist. In Orlando the Ice and electric vote being ,">rt to 9. The bill was also Woodall, U. C._ Bushnell, and. O. F. i and, Unimproved --op.Irty.. ':

". r Office over Fisher' Drug Store DeLamI Fin lights are furnished for profit: in De- passed by the Senate on Tuesday, aud ----- -- ----- ----- ::

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, :'. J JAMES E.Altorneyat ALEXANDER t-Law. .now A goes bill hill to: the been governor.introduced In the ,f{ ''' '::"; | Property o of! Non-Residents! Cared d For a and Taxes Paid. i '

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:< : House providing: for free books for f ,. '.,A.. __ .
,: Will Practlco'ln. State and Federal Court. the public schools at county expense. ':: >.I.
OfflCfn Uoi>ma 1 and 2, Urub Block Ds- i i 9 Land;: 1 soM for Taxes redeemed 8 .
.. liAN0iFi.oui.UA., I Ia Senator Brown has Introduced a ';, .:..;eZJ!> rr & .
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ER'r FISH: A J. E11 'J\Tetherell .
13 which to keep the state convicts after :
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the expiration of the present lease. ;.1;,.., Abstract Office/ between Post Qlllce and Kank. 'A : 'e
Attorney-at-Law, -
; The bill provides for four farms In as ;c 1-O!+O-I-Qo-Q-I-QoZ-Q'I-o! : I +;O'I'O'H"J'I-o-o I ': 0: IO oI-o+i dKf>i O'loO-l'O+O'-O-Z-o I i +!o i1 p

.- Practicing In all State and Federal Courts.: many counties. '- >- __ __ u. ..
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Civil or Criminal I .business. fUeu careful ----
attention. Tampa Jacksonville Pensacola

furnish the greatest number of members .

.t JAMES W. PEHKIN3 of the "Third House". A POLICY WILL DO i

: The entire k 7/Ycs r,
body of the legislature-
.: Attorney-at Law first something almot wonderful and oer i
4 and second houses only-the/
ta I nly highly satNfactorv. \t4 #
90 8ul1cl'lor Criminal Court of Ri-enrd. Will jiiae- ernor and his official family, visited .
rice .In nil court* within.., State co i Florida It will raise iiiwney from the asheot k\ p-r
Pensa-.ola on Sunday to the United \ f
uin L'tJ ovt a burned down home or store I' -.
States warships stationed there. .. .
\rOLtJ81A COUNTY will pay mauy thousand per sent en ; 4C4'
They were all treated royally by the !
AUST11ACT!
COMPANY GOODmc'rI.The
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Its cost and en.ible the holder to {< V
,1. people of Penascola and Eacambia
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s. B. WILSON, MANAGER. Man Who Ran Politics In DeLandIn I build his residence or to make a new i
county.A .
Abstracts 1'urnlBlied and tIOes'perfeeed. the Early 80's. start 111 business. + i
Next. to Voiuitla, County hunk, joint resolution has passed the (

DoLuuil. Fia.J Senate requesting Congress!: to call a FIRE INSURANCE ? .
Land: they are furnished "for. philanthropic SIDX1.Y\ A. WOOD
constitutional
R. HUTCIUNSON.:! convention to propose
A. '. purposes only." Perhaps this an amendment to the cunstitutionmaking Cau
: Notary Public. la the- reason why DeLandites are .. _
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United States senators elective us to you up a policy.

'i,,.. Dealer in Heal Estate. compelled to pay two or three pricesfor by direct vote. Two bills have Fish for councilman. There were no
Demand Fla '
these commodities. SILAS B. WRIGHT
been Introduced providing for the other noruinatioiiM_, :and they were accepted ,

Taxes Qou-re paid ldunt and.aSHeiamenU. DuLand. Fla.attended to for KEY. TAYLOR-TO ECTl" tE.'. erection of governor's/ mansion. One l Iy ;ieclaimation. ..

provides for an expenditure of $3.>,OUO J. W. Perkins: nominated K. D. Mc h .

and tbe other $35,000. Leod for city clerk, and he was elected
Noted Orator from Boston
Yflll Be
L T. ALLEN >!. D., PH.D. acclamation. { O a' .e.c.o..a..o--o.o.-o. ..oo rr ,
: Here text' Week t ;

Oculist and Anrlst.D Under the auspice.. o.f. the W. C. T, VOLUSIA COOTT PRODUCTS.!! Bert Flab nominated Grant Bly for
treasurer ,and he was .selected 1 by ac DDira9tWant 1'
IT. la to be /given a course of lectures ( :
Land Monday,over Allen' Drug Store Vfllue! of Farml'rodnctsllDl Lire Stock clamatlon.
on ScintUQc Temperance, with
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Orlaudu Wednesdays, Larllguu' House
In Tbls J. H. Uibbard nominated G. A.
County.
special reference to citizenship: by
Ocitla Thursdays Monti xumieOatnesvi'1cSuturdays :
; Brown House Uev. E. O. Taylor D D.. of. Boston The report of the Commissioner of Dreka as member of. the board of pub- / j:
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lic work and accepted
for he was by ac :
Mass The program is as follows\ : Agriculture the years 1001 and clamation.On .

THURSDAY, April :30th Christian 11)02) comprising 250 pages, is a most
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tVlll Continue Open Church 7:10:: P.at.-'That Boy, of Interesting: computation. Followingare motion the chair appointed until want to use Hiy-lUke, Mowing. ;
.." .41 -WlNTttlt three gentlemen to select an Executive you your ?r ......
the statistics of from
Yours, from the products' -
During the Summer or "Citizenship
:\ other farm tools and then < vv
Committee for the ensuing year TIhiue.'ag'tJD.: or .
HOME Volusla for
Standpoint of the Home." county 1901 showing r
naming ax! such committee J. T. iliscovtr that need
they repairing.
And solicits the amount and value:
piitronntru of the traveling FRIDAY, May.1st Methodist: Kpisctr
Cairns., S. B. VVIlnon and' 1"'. K. HonO.
public also parties lit borne deairliw bourd."TRANSI $
pal Church, 7:30: P.III.-"Microbes and I Product. Acreage. Amount. Value,
I fuTRATcS $2.00 PER DAY I Cora 3,800...,- 64.600 bush 32.TIW/ The couuuliu-e retired 1, and 1ln a few :Sa"V""s" :It: DOD..S Now.ERFY :
Large,Cool Itoonig nod Good Table. Men or "The Chemistry of ..Alcohoi. Out. 1.:151' bush lUV
minutes reported the following com
J.. E. OPEN.TUtNEU ." I S potatoes,. 60 .. ..'.. W.O-X)) buan 4-: .k 0 t.
% Bugar-- -. I.>*>*) pounds 110 mittee which was accepted 1 without a ,
SATURDAY, May 2d, Methodist Episcopal Sirup .. i 1fI'O.) ....... 8.J50: bnrrc'ls (I.6IOFjultfpeas. /\( ) & KENT ;
<'tut/). 4,:!(>U bush 6.:17.: diasentingvoice: : J. W. Perk in*, chair :
'< HOUSE Church South 7:30:; P.M.
Rally
Har..i :JaIl. \ ton 13,600\ )
G.V.. Fisher- secretary J. T.
... ..... .. man; ;
of Sunday, Schools and Young People's Peanut MO dot) bush HM) J. :
: : "'.S8ItVa.I.. l.l.'iO....... O.IHHI\ ton 41.400 Cairns, K McDonald: S. IJ. Wilson, NEW SHOP. OP. COURT =
-OP" ALL THE YP.AR&orner Societies.; Everybody. invited. An Iputatov*.. :Tl. 4.0MI i bush 6,1:.1
New York and Florida Avon..".. Illustrated Iect'ure "A Glass of Beer:: :: Cabbave.. J/ 2cf>o iTiittII.IM) Ward\ Gouia F. t-:. Bond H. J. WUrns- a 'o *. o. a:* o-o o'd_ o.O cs rl. rr a a 0 a o O .
Tomatoes. :: ii.l'iOSuuaiuui.
S.foO unite F. Fish. ---- -- _._
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Location pleasant healthy agd bomellke. Cider.hlll'I' plant M. I.UT5 unites K.5.V The meeting then adfourned. ,- _rt
key Peruna, Flavorings, Cuuuuibrra I 14 ... 1..JOO crates 1.f.<)0Watermelons .
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HtCtJ.; Sl.BO per day. Special rates by thew .......
) I'M: lrl: cnrlund 13.3(0:
...k.. E. D. ilcLioo Prop. caying Fruits, etc., will analzed'i Cantaloupe 11.. 1JMOrate: 1,5JJ The action of this caucus proved

Ell!>* cooked and Gun Powder exploded I Beets V.'.... 410.,, .... 4HO crates IUM) beyond the shadow of a doubt\ that EMORY'i
Uean... 10 ... .... l.tfft crates 1.'.'li'I'
.BENNETT HOUSE, In Bacteriological? Bug Juice. I 1| Oranges :HKnm\ boxes 47,000 i the people of DeLand arc not

SUNDAY MOHNINO, May 3d 'Pres b- Urape fruit 1.2M boxes 10,00) half ..o crazy as the Record would '
)!E$. U. M. BENNETT PROP. Pineapple; A.OdO SHO :
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teriari Church,11Od: : <1 A.1.1. "Cftb.en-: ;ftraWbtfrrlM-. 87,0110: ) quart 4,125 have us 1 e leve. Over a hundred 1s GiE
P..ars....... :'M. 10 barrel 10 (( COT J t
New:'Voik avenue, DtLund. Flor'Ida. ship in the Ligh.t.ol Christ and Paul:" ; eacbe*.... I8snO criiteH :2-1,100 men-]lawyers, doctors, merchants: :_ r
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Bale. $ to |:a per day I $5 to. $8 per week SUNDAY EVENING'; 7:30: P.M., Union i, Eggs 96.UUO dozen 14.100I / editors, and other co'11 tr.0 1 people

Special raids for famine or for season. Mass Meeting:: Baptist: .Ch.urch-l j.I LIVE STOCK UKPOUT. all united In a harmonious pleasant ,t.
Animal, Number.( Value. 183S- OXFORD, GEORGIA. 19O3k 'o
'God's Message in Science to Men caucus and nominated a /good clean
Horn'**... 7611... 8S.OOO .
H. c. HAVEN Who Make Laws." ,. Mules......... .... 175.) ..........:. 17,500 lot of .men for their city olncers for --t ... :
Stock cattle ; :'I! .\l00 .
All are Invited to each and every Sheep lO.lJO.... ... ... . 21VKJO the ensuingyear.. "
Artesian* Well Contractor, lecture. Goat........ liV) ..'... aoiHoin -- - -- --- : is situated" on a high ridge in the healthiest section t
.' .. ..............15,250.80500 yf
Dealer In Aernmtor*. Tank -- Chicken.. 9,700):.:. tt,2M Age yo Bar. OXFORD, Georgia, where there are no local causes to.
and Pumping Maolilneiy.i .. OSTEE. Duck .. .... 100...,... 40 From the Jacksonville 5lerropol! April SI. .
, TurkTurkeys.:.. Law.:'... 1S:(0Milkoow sickness The College will continue to make'everjreffort :
.Repairing; Pumps, Windmills. etc. "Special" Corrvcpondeuou.Osteen *. 11ss, Oi) "' One of readers has an ambitionto .
... your the to. send forth men well furnished .. a
Bee 1.HOO! Bland in
.buLanrt. now IUI past: : young ?
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Florida.BLACK __
April 20.Mrs.E.\ Cunningham become a ]lawyer, but hesitates; on
Total value otllveitock... .. .. .n 81(0\( 4:; old. in physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian .. '
of
or more familiarly called ........ account age, being years
Milk ., 66,000/ Ballon 18:10 t
: SMITH: "Aunt Fanny," passed .way at half Uutter..... 1I.l\OOpouad.\ 7r>0 My advice to such! person Is! to go on character. '

: past ten' Sunday morning, the IStb. Wool.Honey............... 54,000 80,000 pound pound lIl.......,. .... .. 0.000 6.400 and carry out his worthy desire.,, 1.am Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Th.B., aniJ., S.B. i.
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'-::.'_'1 AND_I_.1, She bad been unconscious about two Total value. of product...........*.S4S.S15 right close around that age! myself -are designed to }lay broad. foundations for any walk in* life. ,: ;

'WAG'ON'SHOPi days and 'slept\ on soundly till the and am'tudylnl law with the great. After the.Sophomore year opportunity is given for election, of >

breath ceased. She had ,been confined est relish. Tell your reader to come
LGaJae Pr..err tlon.
direction of the student's special aptitudes. :
studies in the
M All kind ol Repairing to her! bed almost three weeks From' the Euntln; lake Region,. to Stetson' Law School l next year and '.. '. : .... ,..

'S ;** Uon"Promptly! and a'. and 'wa'slo confident, it wl'te'r'de tb. The Voluita County Fish and Game start ln: There are no better or more '.:. / T

;eal'Onable Price bed, said repeatedly' longed to &0and' Protective Association has' recently inspiring.law teacher's'anywhere'than: The Central Dlnln Hall will pff.-r wood food at actual oit, DOC to exceed 1
line eight ..JuU"rlll''r"Ulonlh. Furnished room are let at one dollar per month for..eliludyer. .( V
to- die.: The funeral right here-a deb:}tang: society,
{ was ready been formed in that Volusla of tt .-Faoa
.*, ORSE-SHOEINQASFECIALn.. county. Tblj *>stem U under the luimudlute upcrTllou of a member >
services were conducted at the Metho- county Is practlcally'.urrounded with large libary, a. practice court, and ulty wbo U ...*Ut..d by.neouipuUnt and experienced matron : liJ
SCOTT HODG KINS'' dint church ten'Monday morningby such a course -as will enable an earn'
water" and Its water have long/ been .. tAll
--.. -- AevStodera.' k famed for flan and Its woods for feathered : est. tudent to run an office for hltn- necessary expenses for the collegs year may be .broughtwithin'$175.00.

Mrs. Ben 'Carpenter was called to game. But the abundance of self when through and not simply"be- ,)t tjr

.. Nothing has ever equalled it. the btyislde of. her', brother, who II'at the I'ame.u caused many abuse'as come useful In some law office, It not tanl
Nothing 'can', ever surpass it. week; accident a* tile Inquirer suggests; IF4tLI'A
,t r Sanlprd last : He had." an to t manner, of procuring It, and If my own "

which was expected to 'prove' these abuses should be allowed to con- N; G. VANSANT. TE.K9K Oi"iirs S1.-r.1'&UUEU: : 17,. .1002'f

:1 I Dr. Kin 's fatal. Ae fell,.backwards .from." 'a tinue; a very few, years would'suffice DeLand Flat April. -..20....,.-1003, I ... tcut

: wagon, which tD jured'htsiptgp.Miss to strip the,waterl and woods of tbelr A 'LOVE LE1'TER.Wou'd .
Addle Pattillo 'will accompany attractions for the The s, For cataloir acct other information, address rt sportsman.
4 .Discovery h.prf.athernjii4 t7 return to'.Shilohhurs'dayYorabou'taVtwb ] not interest you i ii( you're lookIng I 1
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3 object olthlf association It to see that -f r"I1"gM'rllnteed. Salve tor 'Sorcs,/

weeks'itay"It the strong band of the law II 1 laid on all Burns or' Piles. Otto Dodd. of
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via
.. lpfo!!. uglysore .for a .but a box. Line; also Atlantic CoaariJneiiqd ,
.tate'ln that ; year
A.:Perfect HfoT All Throat and Alleq'i Corns i'uot'Eallt'tlunk.us'ingrpwlnCNails.; reiW-'Ahel. : feef. ._y.w county. Bucklen's 'Arnica Sale cured ine./, iJ*> a .. ) For reservation and Int" spa '- .:,, ;r'
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y jCure:; : Lung )'J uble..: Swollen.Cure. awl; Svreat/ng; fest, r all1QdaIa"an \ ",Snbecribe for;''THa' ;NEW;' before the best salve on earth 230'at X ,. e'Allen's F11ANK write' : BdVLSTO/ r, I i 5;

MonetJMoh If M t Ye.Illel, MOWN.0-..' i { 'a..rstih.o1C5Ij5,*'28c'A kj.reaf1ulf' forhot l s-l.0O.perayetr; 6 and. Geo.V.. Fisher's'I"A 'I' ; C; < ::u.o.1I 2uth4 eo ttah.t'..dV4VZV ..tore.., Y Sa 138 W cEMERSON 11.4, tl4reel, i ''
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h' Da1aJID. Voi.0aiCOUNTY, FLORIDA, a man is not in the forum of the I Caught a Criminal | .I Orange City | O. We from make the Vanilla it ourselves Bean. i. ,"

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.".' Subscription Kates. fireside. There he lays aside his THERE are many little things' In Orange City, April 22.-Mr. and .

Sit. Cut Tear...........,.......................,$1 00IHzmonth business, at well as Mrs. Joseph Clark and Mr. and Mrs.
? *.............t: .; ........,...... ., BO mask, and you may judge whether in all other callings, that are not Philbrick of Maine, who have been VAiILLAExm1c7.

Vh.\"\ When*paid add jp!"Tper adman cent.Xalarad ,.. When not paid Indyaaa he is imp or angel, king or cur, heroor known to the general public. A little spending the winter at the Bolo, left

;F/w' .la UM poitoflic* at D.Lud Florid, humbug. I care not what the word dropped here or there, the Thursday for their home. :Mr. Clark e another good thing .

'. ,.,:, ei --."i CUM matter. world says-whether it crowns him smallest action, may lead to the apprehension has purchased a winter home here, so e that we can guarantee- e

; 1 t" ,LA l a person wanted for trial.A Rev. Brewster and family returned pure
.' 'all Communications, and make I not what
/ .1' .ahaks or.money order care his reputation may crime was committed In Daytonaby from Coronado Thursday evenln('. '

,.:-- ,..... THE WEaEKLY: 1)" Land NEWa., Fla. be; if his babies dread his home a negro named Jesse Kllpatrlck. News came here Thursday evening/ CREAM OF TARTAR|

coming and his better-half swallows The negro escaped and went to Laws' that Leo Morrison, who was a drug e Y

;, Y' FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. her heart every time she asks for a mill, where be secured work under gist here for several years but has '

J I his own name. A week or two later been doing/ business Sea Breeze for
five-dollar bill he ia fraud of +
a the G. W. FISHER.
1 A wet and dry election baa been the Board of County Commissioners the past three years, was criticallyill :
first Iconoclast.
? water Bran's
called in Alachua county for June 2. says met In DeLand and offered a rewardfor at his home with heart disease. We .

When the children rush to the the apprehension and convictionof were sorry to tear the sad news. e.lo\ooooo.o.o.ooef! 'oU .

Senator Brown of Marion county front gate to meet him and love's Jesse Kilpatrick. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heebner entertained *

s, sunshine illuminates the face Mr. Olascow la superintendent at thelfriends 1 j
own Friday evening
_ "' announces that he will be a candidate Laws' mill. Mrs. Furniture and Hardware Store I
Olascow the .
of his wife when she hears his footfall keeps from 7 o'clock to 10. There were between Orange City :
for governor in 1904. Wonder books. In making/ out the payroll, and and
forty fifty present several
what Uncle Bob will do you take it for granted that he Mm. Glascow aw the name of Jesse Will sell goods cheaper ban before to keep from carrying stock over through the BummcT. ,
your unable attend
to accountof
iir were on Uood*delivered at ny county Ireittht prepaid *of
i-- r with himT_ is pure gold, for bin home is heaven Kllpatrick. She had read the papers sickness. The evening was spent '10,00 or mor,and a, PRICES; AS CHEAPeACAN BE )BOUGHT IS THE COUNTY,

and the humbug never gets that I announcing/ the reward. She called with music and social chat. At nine.
1 S" A FINE SELECTION OF GOODS 10 SELECT FROM. .
r While in Congress, no citizen was near to the white throne of God. the attention of Mr. Olascow to the o'clock refreshments were served WM. KOLMAN. .

:' too humble to get the ear of Con- He may be a rank atheist, anarchist, fact that they had a negro workingfor which were delicious. Mr. and Mrs. flj',

41. k gresaman Davis. If elected Mormon: and he them with that name. Heebner are charming entertainers,
governor a mugwump, may The Mrs. Hlldreth was not stricken with
following Sheriff!
day Deputy and all pronounced the evening a I MAN'S IMPOTENCE. J
u Bob Davis' nature will not buy votes in blocks of five and bet Edwards was out to Laws' mill looking any peculiar malady, but the ma-

I change. great success. chinery of life was worn out, and she It .e Mad Strikingly Manifest When ..
I on the election, and may deal them for another negro Mr. Glascow Mr. F. W. Fawcett and family re -

I. t from the bottom of the pack and told him that they had a man workingfor turned from their week's outing at sank peacefully and painlessly to I an Earthquake Comes ,\t 1
A' ;, : Scientists ten us that the grip them by the of Jesse Kll rest. She was an attendant of Me-' A traveler gives this thrilling account
name
Jrink beer until he can't tell a silver Coronado Saturday noon. They report morial Presbyterian church and Dr. of an earthquake In the far east: V i
l iaone-sixteenth-thouaandth of patrick, and
germ pointed out the man to
a fine time. .
a "The occasion I
one saw a panic wasIn
dollar from circular and utill Kerr >
a saw, conducted the funeral servicesat \
him.
; an inch long and one-eightythous.ndth Jesse was on a high pile of We have been having a young win- Calcutta in June, 1807. It was a ;

of an inch wide-but they be infinitely'a better man than tbe lumber at the time. Mr. Edwardsleft ter here for the past week. There the residence, corner Franklin and Saturday evening about 5 o'clock. Itwas '

cowardly who is all his horse in Mr. Glaacow's Union Streets. hot and I was oue of a
: get there just the same. Wonder hypocrite suav- care must be something wrong with the pnntlngly
;% ty in society, yet makes his home and went over to see Jesse. weather regulator.Miss Next Sunday evening at 7:30: In the party of pajama clad men rlttlng on jt'
a 11" if a grip germ could whip a red-bugt "Come here, Jesse, I want you," M. E. church of Orange City, the the roof of a high house having tea., I IVIi
;' tell-who vents upon the helpless said Edwards."I Dennis! of Eureka, 111., who has will "Consolation "\ were In the midst of a werl'y. I
pastor preach
w The Pennacola News says: There leads of his wife and children an ill- ain't been spending some time at Palmetto on chatter when the whole building began "-' ''.
Jesse is Sam for
; my name the Heirs of Promise. Notice at
:'F Cottage, received news that her to tremble. We were In'nutly hushed
ore rumor of much wrong doing nature that he would like to inflict Williams," replied the negro. mother was ill. She left Saturdaynoon half past .ev'en, not at 7 o'clock. All und looking at one unotfrer with blank ,

his fellowmen, but dares not. "Come here, anyhow," commandedthe are invited took j,
depertinent. upon for her home. Miss Steckle, her cordially faces until a feeling of terror possession I
deputy sheriff. of and Homebody shouted,
I
can forgive much in that fellow us
friend, accompanied her as far as New Wm. Kolman has learned the art of
Jesse hesitated, but afterwardscame 'My God, an earthquakeV !
w the prospect for the offices at Washington mortal who had rather make men down. The deputy sheriff hand Smyrna, returning to Palmetto Cottage maklnll''FreOChllale looking/glasses.> stampeded. There were three 1

fr. to be run quite right till wear than women weep; who would cuffed his prisoner, who still main- Saturday evening.Mr. He 1 is now prepared to do work in that flights of stairs to go down, and of I

}'' : ? they are filled with democrats. rather have the hate of the world tained that his name was Sam Williams Pearly has sold Mr. Wm. Kol- line; either making a new glass or repairing course tbe fattest and slowest man was -

man his store on Graves Ave, knownas an old one. Satisfaction guar- In front and blocked the way. Tbe .
ban the contempt of his wife; would and started to town with him.
the Stlllman store. anteed. Call\ on Wm. Kolman, Orange! walls were cracking and yawning; the
Sir Thomas Lipton is meeting rather call anger to the eyes of a The first negro/ they met in the City. 2r plaster was falling lu chu' ks. ,

with many discouragements in biseffort road said: -Hello, Jesse. What dey The Cblppewa grove of 15 acres in -- ---- ""'e were all barefooted, but thotdldn.t
king than fear to the face of a child
.
45 in all house barn and
grove, acres '
for dis time?
got df the house
; to win the cup from the you SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL. matter. In front .
Jesse Kilpatrick was placed in jail other out-building'* were sold last was the meldan the great open spaceIn

American yachtsmen. The latest A Tribute to "Dud." and two true-bills\ found against him Saturday to W. D. Heebner. Street Committee to Supervise Erection Calcutta. We run there. A great I

fy. + discouragement was in the strip The editor of the Stevens by the grand.: jury last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bullen left Mon part of the adjoining Louse came down -.
County day, the 20th. They will atop in Mil- of Telephone Poles with rour. The whole front of a newspaper i j
of the Shamrock III
plug by a squall
(Kan.) Reveille has tired of hearing
got waukee to visit their daughter, then A special meeting of the City Coun office crashed Into the street. The
r ,: The international race has been mother praised and dad neglected, 00000000000000000000000000Neoga cil top of the cathedral spire cnme off and
held
; go on to their home in Eau Claire, was Tuesday evening. Mr. ,I
and has scratched off! few lines of S the root into the chancel. "
I
postponed on account of tbe acci a Mill WIs. Knight of Starke, representing theStarkeTelephoneExchangeappear fell through
glowing tribute to Dab. "We "Horses were stricken with madness rand
happened
dent. Mr. Lipton this lh Miss Helen Manville from -d
says ( Burned came over /
to Ground S
in a home the other he 3 were careering furiously beyond
night
third) will be his last trial for the O o DeLand Saturday and spent the night before the council and made an extended all control. The natives were shriekIng. I 1.'

cup. says, "and saw the legend worked In ooooooooooooooo.oooooooooooTHE with her grandmother, Mrs. E. A. and lucid talk, telling what ., Europeans!, blanch cheeked, tore ,.'
letters of red 'What is
home withouta
,
immense-sawmill of the Bond Hill. She returned to DeLand Sundaynoon. the company proponed to do with reference from their houses, and many of the women :
1r mother? Across the room was an- to .the erection of the wires fainted ,71
The French company i is continu- Bond Company, at Neoga on
other brief, 'God bless our home'. the East Coast, was burned to the Mr. and Mrs. Waldo and friend, for the telephone system, etc. A resolution "Tbe thing I will never forget was Ii'what
its work the Panama Canal "
ing on ,Vow "
what's the matter with 'God followed. There tbe crunch
Mrs. Davis, left Tuesday noon for was passed! placing tbis matterin was
ntgbt.
the contract with Panama bless our dad ?' He ground Wednesday of walls, and the whole earth
t %;$ calling gets up early, Mr Bond was In DeLand the time. their home In Donaldvllle, Conn. Mr. the hands of the Street Committee, ripped I
lights the fire, bolls an grabs his was hen\'lnllllnd treuibllnjf very much Ii
for continuous work until completed.The egg He and Insurance Agent Wright and Mrs. Waldo have spent the winterat and empowering the committee to
A dinner pail and wipes off the dew of like' u ship that fans banned against a II
United States will the R. D. Tucker's and Mrs Davis has authorize and superintend placingof
pay the dawn with his boots while went to Neoga yesterday morning/ as pier and taken time to recover. The ,. ,
French Company for the work it is mother Is many a soon as news of the fire was received.It boarded at the Bolo. poles for the system, to regulatethe awful sensation was the feeling of impotence. ;;
sleeping. He makes the
Is impossible to learn full particu Mr. Sperry and Fred Graham droveto trimming of shade trees fur this .
sow doing, as well as for the franchise. weekly handout for the butcher, the I i
t lars. The loss is supposed to be $40,000 Daytona Saturday night to see Leo purpose, etc. Tbe company agrees to "The earthquake lasted only five

There are said to be at present vrocer, the milkman and the baker, or 850,000, with insurance of 910,000 to Morrison, returning Sunday night. use 60 foot pole, the wiresbeing run minutes> though ut the time It seemed .

160 engineers, 45 medical offl and his little pile is badly worn beforehe over the top of the shade trees. like hours. Men could only stand ou
15000. Mrs. Hood and sister Miss Mott
f has been home an hour. He stands tbe hearing seasick ground Absolutely fi!
oars and about 1,500 laborers employed This will\ be a severe blow to Mr. F. who have occupied the house of Mr. Election inspectors for the ensuing .
aIr the bailiff! and keeps the rent paid. helpless, unable to speak but staring
y in this work. In the United "If there Is a noiaeduring the night E. Bond, who was the principal owner, M. Wheldon this winter, left Tuesday city election were appointed a. Into each other's white countenance T

tf t States about two "engineer.0 ild dad is kicked in the back and made togo and he will\ receive the sympathy of noon for their borne in Indiana.Mr. and follow Ward: J.Gould J. Banta, J. L. Nuckola waiting for tbe earth to yawn. That

be able to work' 1,500 IlI.borerB-bu down stairs to find the burglar and his. many friends In.Volusla county. Freeman received a telegram clerk.. was> the terrible thing{ ; crowds of foil
Monday saying that Leo Mon icon underwent -p- reduced to mute horror, helpless just f.
''' kill him. Mother
darns the socks but
they do things different in France. ,
; &_J i dad the socks In Local Mall Schedule.The an operation and died on the standing with big wide open nffright :
bought the first
place
NOVEL POWER CRAFT.
ed eyes and tbe brain cramped In contemplation
schedule went into effect
and summer operating table at 11 o'clock. They
the needles and the
yarn after of what i.ri
The Riilroad Commission will ward. Mother does up the fruit; well, last week. Malls now arrive at brought/ bill remains here Tuesday. Cano Wbleh Attain Fair Sp) .e4 by moment."-E scha nge.uilght happen next: ,t,

probably soon have test case on its dad bought it all, and Jars and sugarcoat and depart from DeLand post office as Under the auspices of the Knights of Mean of an Air Fan tP

like the mischief. follows: Pythias he was laid to rest In the Or. The latest type of power craft especially ._ '
hands to settle tbe muted question Dad buys -
MAILS CLO 2 o'clock. adapted for shallow water Is u
; chickens E. ange City cemetery at Heaves ?'
for the Sunday dinner,
whether it has the power to fix them himself and draws the neck carves from For north . .12:45: and 9:00 p. m. a wife, one sister and two canoe propelled by an all fan Insteadof T .

: s, passenger rates on the railroadu of the ruins after everyone else i I..* served For south . ,. 3:45: and 9:00 p. m. I brothers to mourn his loss, who wltb Express.a screw Such says a the craft New with YOlk It*Mall airship and ;'t

'What Is home without For East Coast..10:30 a. m. other friends have the sympathy
a mother? attachment has been built at Angers
commisSion Yen, that Is all right, but what is MAILS ARRIVE. their many friends this communityIn for a Frenchman ant bas attained u I I WATCHES i '
I'
the Louisville and Nashville to reduce h->me without a father\? Ten chances From north...7:30: a. m. and 5:15 p. m. their sad bereavement.Our speed of ten and a half miles an hour. I I .
to one it is a boarding house fatherIs Euchre Club met Tuesday evening Tbe motor which drives it is of five ;1Jl
From south ..7:30 and 2:10
a. m. :
fares to three cents p m.
_4 ta passenger -. There were six tables. Miss horsepower with one cylinder. The I
F' under a slab and the landlady is a From East Coast .... .. .
.6:20p.: m. '
c per mile after July 1, The railroad widow. Dad, here's toyou; you've got Nellie McCormick and Mr. Fenn won number of revolutions Is 800! per min

a'' ; answered that it could not highest honors. ute. The fan is of aluminium, about :3 'I
company your faults-you may have lots of 'em A movement ill on foot to divide I WATCHES !
feet U Inches In diameter end bas four r )
4 Wks and would not do this. The commission -but you are all right, and we will Alachua and Columbia county, forming Mr. King, our genial and accommodating blades.
r: a new county, making High ticket agent and operator at I ,
mica when
j P baa therefore rescinded its you you're rone. Springs the capital. This canoe Is to take part In the au
the junction )is two week
taking a .
--+'+--- .
; w' first order and made another directing S. tomobile canoe races this year, where i
vacation .
M OLCffWOOOBp. visiting his mother and sisters .- her presence! will be sure to create a 11
; TO this road to begin operation under DAY at Titusvllle. sensation ''', .

i the 8-cent rate on May 1-two .
.* ? months earlier. This will brobablybring Glenwood, April 21.-We will soon lets. All druggist. refund the moneyif The following ount of Mrs. Hildreth's WE have a Fine ;;
be down to our summer number of :
it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's
death is sent us by a friend : That
? the matter into the courts and
.v citizens, for tbe northern visitors are signature is on each box. 25c. and meet
Mrs. Helen M. Hildreth widow of ?
s
settle the for all time.
question leaving one by one, and as many more \
a* can raise the ca..h to go with are Matt Lafol'ette's fine'mare got James H. Hildreth, passed peacefully Tired Feeling any competitionnot 'v
t"" away on Monday night/ April 13, 19<>3.
1 Quite a number of the state pa. preparing to go. But we hope to see frightened at an automobile on the le \
Mrs. Hlldreth was 72 years of age, a Common Spring Trouble. excepting
*- catalogue
k them all return early In the fall bringing Boulevard yesterday noon and ran
; ,; pert are in favor of an exhibit at the having been born on Dec. 6 1827. Her
It's
a sign that the blood Is
"' with tearing the and harness deficient '
others them. away, buggy prices.
r ; Bt Louis Governor Jennings -
exposition. maiden
name wall Willlston and she In
; No vitality, just as pimples> and other
Mr. Henry and his cousins startedfor to pieces. one was Injured.
': '' exhibit the was \born at Saxton's River Vt.
on ; ,
e'. .. opposes an Ohio today. Mr. H. will spend the -- 4' SAid eruptions are signs that the bloodIs Our own
where !be spent her early life.. She guarantee
cannot afford tot
that Florida
; ,Y- ground summer with his friends north. Impure.It's .
you ever play the 'game called and her husband lived In New England
make that would be creditable Miss Hall and Mrs. MaGoffla will a warning too which amounts to
,
one only the some-
trip around the world It is the.very'tblnic until 1871, when they came here from
'., to'the state as compared with those start for their home at Ottawa; Ills\ for a children's party. Each Nashua, N. H., Mr. Hlldreth having; hazardous foil: to heed.Hood's thing's we hereto

; from California and other statesTIB next week. player should be provided with a small established. a store at Nantlcoke In are
Mrs. E. Bly of DeLand visited with notebook and Sarsaparilla '"
a pencil. Blank dance
that miles of connection with the operations of the back it
News belives fifty
s'4 some of the Glenwood folks M her ait- cards, wltb the tiny colored pencils attacked This and Pills up.
Sugquehanna Coal Co. business
good rock road, from Jacksonville ter's on Saturday. Tbere 'wa four- are pretty for this purpose.

i: 'l oath-which would cost practically teen tn the company, eleven of their The leaves should be numbered to correspond -, known as Hlldreth &; Co., is still car. Remove it, give new life, new courage In
tied on under the same title, though your Holiday thoughts
little '73 with various articles distributed strength and animation. let:
averaged a over
N the same amount a* a very inferior ages yearp.We about the Mr. Hildreth himself died in 1892. Mrs. them revert to .
don't often meet that number at room. .The same is then They cleanse the blood and clear the
exhibit at St. Louis-would be of to guess the country or city designatedby Hildreth i* one of ten children and complexion.
that age In so small a company.Mr. W.A.AllonaCo.
mole benefit to 'the state. each of these articles. A tiny jar is survived by three sisters Mrs. ,
Accept substitute."I
King's friend., Mr. and Mrs. no .
of cold cream stands for Greece, a min-; Thomas _of New York, Mrs. Henry As they are well prepared to
Easton of DeLand, came out on Sun felt tired all the time and
lature could not meet all
pot of baked beans for Boston
problems.
h DeLutd is prospering a*, never Wheeler of Bellows Falls, Vt., MI'8.Oeorge sleep. After f
day and went back early Monday a.m. a bottle of perfume for Cologne, a cigar taking Hood's Sarsaparilla UEvery statement we make
+ ;.b fore in its history. There is Mr.; King was unfortunate enoughto for Havana, etc. The guesses Wheeling of Flushing, Mich. a while I could sleep well and the tired Is also guaranteed.; .

%s moro, building 'under'' way' 'and in get his thumb-nail torn off, by being should not be .made too difficult but Mrs. Hlldreth 1 1. also survived by one feeling had gone. This greet medicine has .
daughter; Mrs. Mary H. Pease, whose also cored ma of scrofula." Mae 0. If. W. A. .
Just enough so to brush the ALLEN & '
contemplation, than ever before; caught in the cogs of the trucks at of laggard geographers.up memories Irtees faithful ministrations were most com Boor, Olltad, Conn.. CO.

;mole;bonse 'are occupied for this the mill and last Mr week.. Ware will '? should be awarded to those who secure forting I In her mother's Hints, which > ,Hood'e areaparllla premises to

tv willjlald'tke Mr. star- ,';1t the greatest number of covered three four I cure and keeps the premlee.,
ti time of ] the orange groves correct answera. some : or year,
year
week to Illinois to'IlIeod.tu'berrvlsltliw : ever I .

'; largest and best crop in I *._-*lovely l eggs. J 9.* .
l t fle" boys in our town have \tCod safe journeys and that they would return --- -
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w haulers in earnest. p- next fall. W

r Mr.-w: W. Powell of Pierson was In I \ Mr. Conrad returned home laM week'' Grove's TaSteless Chill Tome ',,- Y

s1J .Yfk r town Monday I tll but left on Saturday for Key West to' bas stood the test as '
r : Co And out who your,In.BdI'ar. get ', be gone a week, -. yeIII'I.. Awr.lge .AmuaaI s.Jei over One a cI. Halt..... ,:, .
AW> ., + J'\ !*" "IBr bottles, Doe.this ....ot.-lt..to ? cure ,'.
;I-! ;, J ,," \ 'Mr. Hawkins of Enterprise, incited ..' tItIIa 1ou11 II Tta' pay X00.4n1s,4 'it
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r ,.",'_ ),i-\. :\,'".."..'If'.."....".,A"jt:<..>.N" \or,.':"." :n"w">.) ." '. '. ., ke'car' "' .of celery: that Went. last week.. a dorer.na al.dl P.oob. fdtl.r.. .. ., "5' oII'A,1. \
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOlt TAX St
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ISpe R.v"* .";nbl* Printing Prooein Dlil- Let Us Thresh the TElL 4888, LAW8 OF FLORIDA. Florida eaSt t}
Is I hereby given that
: < eov.rtd by German Inwutltfatori. NOTICE of tax certIficate B.No.T.879.Butler>'aled Worry

Fri Berlin come details of a new Matter OutNo lt ltrr:1te: day 1 of July A.I. 1UOO' has Sled ;
I< in uiy otiioe:and. baa madu ap- y.f oJ'
photOgraphic printing process the distinguishing plication for tax de* d to issue In accordancewith LOCAL TIME CARD .
feature of which In thatit Potash-No Fruit law. Said certificate .embrace the following No. 48,.', i4
deao Ihel, property situated! In Voiuala Almost Unnerved Me I
dispenses with the use of light. This No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds county Florida I to-wltl SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. 1STAfl0 ;
.1 procppa, ;-frnleh\ the, inventors have Lot lex nOIJUIt :orwi000ft,535.T: 14, South -Heart Pains. L-- ,.4 '.
No.Nitrogen-No Leaves R IM: E, 61, acres
:: named: knUtypy, la the subject of severnfJartlclea No. 09 ;
I Tie said land being Rgseiuied at the Cute of 1 ND.29// %1 "
: \ in recent scientific! Journals These the IfSunncH of soon ix-rtiflcato in the namo Dlilly. .
.1 In Germany. three of Ida B. Graham. Un...." said ccrtlllcnto:. Short of Breath I .
things must hull bu redeiimed Hcoordlnu to law, lax III I 00 i''' ft 40 a Lv.Jabk' J
Professor Wlluplm Oswald of Lclp- deed will lute thereon. on the 181 li c.luyor I Faint and Languid. o I Hi i 9 43 a.....8iiJaokonltr on UI'{y: ,!.. .. \
sic and Dr. Gross of the same place ap. be suppliedto MHV A.D. 11108. 0)0) U 8 10 416 a .8L,4uguatbn.( J ;'i ,,. $..'
witness toy ofllcml sIgnature and anal this (0 8 11 29 '
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0 : pear.As the discoverers of the process. your soil. 17ih day of April, A.D. 1MI3 Dr.Miles'Heart Cure 2.'.. J Hi 11 tin .i... . ..... .. .. :&:.l..t Ha: ,.Ingtt. ," ;'I.; "
[Seal) HAM'T. D. JORDAN and 733 I
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I Thejf found that when > : 12
ner prepared V lOp .
p" < u AI..I'.I
vrltu: ','bichromate of poti.ium and py. .. Write to us Uierk Circuit Court VoluaU Co.: F.u.NOTIOB Nervine Cured Me. a: .g.. -0 431Oil!: 111011 tv4. .. ...... ..;.....Palatkap. :if'a .

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and OF II) : ....... Ms -
will
rogallIc ecU we APPLICATION FOR TAX 'f; :i
in .
< was placed contact 11: ;:) .. .. 6 85 a Lv..B"n.t. .:..... '
,wUban ordinary platinum print the send you DEED UNDKK: SUCTION 8 OF "It has been five years since I was cured of ai ii: mrv P

platinum for some reason unexplained .- some books CHPTEB 4888 LAWS; OF FLOB- heart trouble by your Heart Cure and l Nerv.i co C 813"; .m8 Lv..J.. ... ..... .. ........" .
MC.. 11M. i ine, and 1 am just an bound as a dollar! In z Ow 820" .
hastened reaction between the bichro ( giving ,the that organ today. Fur several I had z. Slip

mate and the acid. which otherwise actverylslowly \ gist of the whole matter. '\OT1CE taboi-fby\ "" of Tax given Cerllncale that J.No P. II111'deil1 Idsrt and been suffering with my hem, years Breathing! I 12 e: e ( 0 SlIp n 1 '. I fl

J each other. The 1345 dati-d the id! day ot June, A.U., had become short and uillicult: at tunes' I-Z"II_) p (
i upon result 18110 DIII" : u
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; CEIMI IN K.U.I WORKS hud tiled I said fen I II short, sharp pains. about the lieart sometimes
: my ollloe! and Una 1018p i
zi1l1
tyaa an exact print of the platinum UU .s au St., >ew York ni'iilp application" for"IIi':1: ,:.- to Issue I In, aouordanco accompanied, with fluuelinlr would make OiO !IiGl I' 244p..i.. .
picture upon the prepared paper the I't with law Bald certificate" cmbraocH ma eel faint find : IK"; least excitement .. i 11g?! |", ..

5't: color."of the reproduction being a red lint\ following tiountv ditfcrlbnd.Florida properly to-wit: altuutcd In'olu.la me. licit or mental that WOI the ry would trouble almot-t unnerve o IleIlCIIC> Ul3k p .1 (

_ was growing
brown. Descriptions of the experiment seas TpKBIiaut WH ot ROM i of 0aci1-a.' and ue)4 ofai-M, See aa. worse all the time and alter try! /many I -celli U25a 109a .

0000000.0000000000 received In this country sny that this The sail> land: brliiKaoarsurd; ut the late of remedies prescribed. by physicians without UUtn 9 dla' 0 43 r'>.: .::: :. ::..-.1
; I action of the platinum plate upon the the 'tsaninne, df such <'ettt Reate in I the iinino" obtaining; relief I was induced to give your tea'- 91911 $
-
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-- .u of, .1. H. and J. U. McCulium.: remedies a trial. I relieved the 111 2
.L cal and UnlfHH silt was second OZI.I. U9o )
1 prepared paper left the original platinum NOTICE OF AVPLICATIOX:- POEt LETTERS C"I/Ideate Rhall b.. redeemed acooidlmr, lo day and after taking! tlnee or four LoUle: all ...tii:1.I.: 8 4UU 0
picture; unchanged. If that Is the PAT I'. law tax deed. will Hiue thereon on thu lUlli' symptoms were removed and Imve never lie 111 ::I 9 48 u 8 tIp..r? i: : :: :: : : ::::: ;:: :: i 1;.
,{ 8Q Personal \ dlv! ot May, A. l I'. IK) )) c( 369(1B / a lp..
0 easel-eays the Philadelphia Ledger and NOTICE It hereby give that the under- Wltm aa my olllcial' I a'gnntnr"' and seal thin KIKACOPE showed signs: of returninZ.-Rav.. GEO..\V. I a-. CD tea ::::: ::::::::::: fiSt
wooooooodoooooooood Times, the process can be repeated Int"IIO apply, to the Governor, the 17th day of Apill, A. l>. IMIH(' Chiucoteatuc I B 44 u
'. J r- '- with and other I or the "State" of l-'lurlda flr the iBsuunut* Letters (Seal) SAMUEL:! D. JORDAN, Thrrs are many symptoms of heart disease, I ..0 4 20 ,a 1 .,,
I Stationery)' bargains at BA ;the same plate paper I fatuut to them end, t hull* UDHovhiteu. andsuecewoe ] Clerk Circuit Court or Voluslu. County FI... which BO closely resemble those (.f more: common I 11I11I 4 650C *
prepared with bichromate potassiumand ua u body corporuta utiiler tbe law. U. X: C3l
disorders "
,1 of tiulcl tuto.. to bu known TIIIC nervous : as to frequently mis. 713p..w.
. .l.. "! _;;; DeLand U one of the t\\ so on..Another. I CUUHAMV U copy us ot the" NKWS proponeticharter PLIItlSHlNO .VOTICB( C OF' IPI; < CI.\t. TAX SHHOO1.uisnuor :; lead the attending physician. Often in case* :ss- 0 001 23 u* :. ,
I love to stand pat-all but process was with bydrosu- or wiUl vompuiiy" bulnir publlabuj Immudlatuly of heart Iroub.e the Monuch. kUneyi. livcror a 0 00 a .

-. t kr, ) official) wants. another terw. peroiide.; A negative print upon platinum I follow lute tin not leu. J EtEOTIi.s.B lungs become affected. Again the njinplomsmay > 7 Ola, .. ... .. ..... ., r
C. U.
LODlll.VOTON be of
those weak"ned
rerves, tired
Uuioa, Tucsuay. I authority of rimpter 407-t, Act of th as
,
paper or a bromide of silver negat1vet8 W) II. bitWAiir: Li'Klalatnre of l-lil). Lawn of floi-nln, feeling, Rleeplessnesii, tmn Jity, the put'nt; in I SCHEDULES: '
I
The macbInery at Scleitarted treated with an aqueous solution J.A. E.H.Unit HVLANI, s.fittial Tax Seh'ol' l I>i-l, lct' Electlulm. art' easily excitable. and apt to worry without S_ _
LOW. ,,lu-rc-liy culled at thu! following, cause. If you have: the least ..lint I '.
sanpicion "
last. 1'humdayl placu.fi SANFORD BRANCH.No. .
up ,of hydrosuperoxlde, and then the CHARTER OP TilE NEWS .
: PL'ULISIIINCCOMPANV. 'tHy loll h. A. L). IIII)!: .1 your heait, is weak study your and S 5BTATioya.
nymptomg
: in lull blast.. The woodpartuient negative so treated Is placed In contact Port Ol'.n".. NO.. 7. rbecmtlie, ; use of Dr. Mile' Hear c.utet; tile Ill .

invion. attractiue- with gelatinized paper. The hydrosu- I Know nil men by these p'.nt9-.l'hnt: th D..I.IlI1t1Nu.1JU'"lIIe Knti-rp'lHc: No. II, great heatt and blood tunic without a c.. "a t> t'y |

Tne machinery 111I tl uiulfralg-nc-U do hereby' iiHsoclutu theiiiHelvviUK eUy. 7 05-tt-,T./......... 1'lIIl.vlllo .........
No. 13.
& CIly,
money can buy. per slde picture passes to the gelatin.It u boil) eoriiimuo tinier ,unit by uutUurlty' ot Urmonrt" No. :23. All cell 7 1 H a ,,1-r. ...... .. .. .Mlm!. .. .......,
the how. of the Utiiteot'! Kl .rldu by thu drucgis' Is at first Invisible, but a treatment : IIHIIMand Fop: rln. No.'I.: 8. a Osteen ......./
..j School supplies at Al for the purpoHvalu" the following article PiutKon No, :3',. l 111' Miles', Remehes.Hend for free bookon 8 /fi-k a //I.v. .... ..EnterprIse ......
with sulphate of iron makes the picturo set forth und ftuowu: Sevlll.No.: 43.: Nervous and Heart Diseases Address tl3utsAr." ,' ... .. .. .8..1',1.. .. ...
macy. ... .. '.black and other chemicals give AKTICLE I. lit di'li'i mine the following question: Dr. Miles Medical Co., I-.lkhurl: InJ.HVI. 1iTNa.2l: I No. 17

'_ : Sunday, the 20th, la I ,J plctul'es.of. various colors some of Tbe mime of said potation shill be THI two wIt". nball. bu Tiuatut1 fur the mu'uvedlnK _.__ B__ _.. '_ ._ Bund 'iy.Sundayonly. \ liully.No 19. D.\\1y __L I
'
: -: Memorial. Day The day which remarkably durable.ADETACHABLE NEl'o.uLl U'N COMPANY uml the principal yvnrr.Anil I only. ex 8un rI"
t are
place ot biinlneBU Hhall be at eLand the number ot mill of District School
1; ally.be observed oil lon : and nuuuolua lu any other ))lauo of Hniil Elect lull NllHll I I Uv bull' uliuvr ll be it" ale II 8 03 10 13 a 0 C3 p H 88..u ,
Wanted-A young wat DECK. place within ur without the :State of Florida.AnTlCtE rules and rutfulutlona ... "ireneral, elfcilona., :3 J_ 4' | 10/ 49 aIlb3a. 5 (3 p 9 (9 a 2
E. T. Alleu.t II. Ai'c-t: J. L. CUAI' I>I.E", C'lnii'n. II I 241p if0e 043p Si&aljv 5
BEIIT: FISH, bupi. 33. 1'. 1. 80Jp_ 7 CJI'_ 98' .Al: S ,
The New !Smyrna: Breezl Morel Device to :Minimize Rlk of The lI'el1eral/1l1turo of the huslneaa to bet unit 1:100': .)'. DJ. Pub. In*. I .

the tcuooi | Ocean Travel. I tnutaauted by suit corporation ahull embrace --- These Time T iblns. show tfc .
iauuday P1CD'1Swyroa I tho omitting yubllahliiM and printing of newapupera -- ----- -- from the several atattoits, but th
this year. I The attention of some of the officials books, periodicals, muifuzlnea, :and to Nutlve 4>f Attachment.lo nor dues the Company bold itaei i I
;
do such thlnira I and enifima I in such I bualnerHor f ouj.
The lake. north and ware of the treasury department in charge of bll...."..... nu mny"'to necessary. to aril. anddlapuao Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial CtioultC'ounfy

lull of trout tnis. yea! navigation.laatters has been called to ol Huch 1".pcr.p"h."tI matter, etc. uf Volualu Stntuof )KlorMil.lauiua .
detachable deck device designed i i 'To bu) own tttid, < Mull auun real amid peraunulproperty I KEYW
catches. a a new E. Ak
great( : ale repuiltdPrill at" may be duenii d HHceaaary for time : r)
to "minimize the dangers of auuci'Baf ul conduct Such butanea or bimlui'saca VH. }{ il,&, 0. PENSULAR AND OCCI _
( has line J. A. Bciu-lc-lt., )
owe candij ocean and lake travel. |I and otherwise do 'and pi'i'torm nil such,
;' from Kaster:: al bail-price I other acts and things and exvrclau audi power 'J'lIK: ilcrndiint. A. Scnrlftt., hereby 110- I
-. S When'u ship strikes a rock and tearsa and "authority aalt lawfully may lu the I tilluil thai suit by iiilticbimut liuabt-vn I
,: Work on forty-room 'fatal: hole below the water line or foi ntanue of us aald bualneiu; busine..e.ARTICLE ,:: l.r.I.I Ins'ltuiud HKiilnxt III" 00 111. lullijwliiir delerlbt'il SOUTH eur

j the College Arms Uutel waFriday. i : m. piopi'riy., "1,1.1, lv Miami .n..Te.r. ..... \
comes' Into collision with another craft I I 8w:! 1-1..1 l I tin ... 1.4 ot 8H033, T It) ri. It W<1 E, Ar K.y West Sun." Tliur ..._. S
The worn is unUerinteudeiicy The capital stock of said corporation abel! .
the plan is: to place the passengers on I be two thouaitnd live hundred dollar JoiitHlnlnif lolly, eerie (JOi., HIM! tllni. 1-3 til Lv Key West Suu. Tbur. .... ASa
&.wu
ol Mr. iab ( ) I II tne n w 1-4 ol s-uo 0, Tp 17 f. H SO K, 1.' :
,
j : conuiiilii c: ArHavnii i Mon rt _
divided Into 8&0aharcs of the
of :
the portable: : deck unfasten it and let I paralue tendollars i g twenty Here, nil lu 'Volualu, .
delpnia" wbu cuutity '
representstec (*ltl.OU' )) each. *ali capital atoclc ahull I KiuildH.Now. I
i- pay..* off the bauds, It float away from the sinking ship or I' be paid upon calla made by the ttlrecloia.I In ;, mile4! .! you shall to the I For copy of Lc
: : appcnr notion
Mowers the detachable deck. which Is virtuallyan i i aucli timlulluieut* a* 'said directors may deviu lit.. .
fist
..I is working lorm; beat in Monday in Mtiv, A. U. IUI\!. Ju Igucnt Miss idt M. Snyder _D.
about 26 men at worn at t 'nn'rmenrencT_ craft fashioned In the I l>)' di-luult will l 1,0 tiikun HKHIIIMI >"". I RAIINER. J

t lime, aud wore will be we' form of a deck fitted Into the bull may I ARTICLE IV.The .h.WilncHH."..... .,...uiy. *.liuiid.L'. ,_ '. dh.d..uuj..... .I lie. Hcnl h.,...ot. sold Court ....._.....,._ ..Iieitsrc... .. L __. .0'...Silo L. _.. 1 -' ...
'- u. .v. mm a.a.t aa.i Ali. I VIIIW. --- ---------------
a100ll uuriuK the: summer. have means for steering and propul- I corporation shell existplovidemt perpetually. ru"(5eVi"r( 'SAM'I/L: 'i. JoiiDAN | | 0
"If| would
.
women '
I I" i --ll it \ff >- i ,. more''I'tenf'on to I I:
"
I ,, .
HtSltll pay .
3itmitt" UIU.K. WC toxu.u
,: Call on Marsh. Bros. lo\\ _Ion. The. ll\" .It\..- : 'chinethnt .. ARTICLE V. I Popeit PupoatiTJ.i j ?* u. .
r N..- a movable I Attorneys fur CoDii'latuant.Georgia wives, mother and IjiiuWen! ami"if they L 0 lJv, L'r: '
wanted well )
'r Irom a rej'uJ / SECTION I. Tho officers by whom. the b""<- . would observe result they would find '
-- -------- -- -- --- --- --
ket. I fid could prevent grent ,U.i ,rntion la to be conduishall C -.ol.o-l.c
.u.... I nww or con>" that the ductcrj' prescription do not
Mr. Augustus Patterson was In town la8tni,\ valuables and even be a ptvaldeiit: vlce-preeliluttt, n aecrutary perform the many cures, they are given -First Class Service

this week, m tne interest ul the Fraurney, or at least run a ci Kenerul| director iiuinuK* conalatliivur mid trcaaun-r the lour awl olllcer aboard Southern credit for. Birmingham Nashville,

ternal Union ol America. Air. fatA1Irelort.. natneil! above and throe other atntkbold-: I ," 11 consulting with my druggist!! he ad.

Jffi terson has been appointed uoiicitmjf lug fu1 deck is fastened by ""'., who ahall 8t\eiHlly p"l'f"1Hueh dutlt.. the vlied !McElree's Vine cif Cardul and Thed.fords Louisville Ci;
I and rettflve tueivloraiich uonipciiHution
} tate agent, and wun the assistance Ul I the wctbe! sides of the hull. b)'-law a ahull pruacrlbe.Stc. Black-Draught, and >o I took it ond -and All Points
Air. A. U. Hamnclc ol Jacksonville, I /JC8e screws serve as t 2. 1'"cg Hhnll\ beelcoted annually Florida Railway have every reason to thank him (for a new
- will here which will upon the, Moiuliiyln March of eacn AND life opened up la me with restored health Nobilc New Orleans And lu
organize a luu",1" l\Jeh, around which runs 1 ,tie.tIng called,, fnr that
'cllr. or at a fpechil "
> ) and it took> three
months
d be kuown i "o'! V<"U"a CU".dle8s hi' either 011 tile outer purpose,of which tlilrt) dn a'notice in writing I only to cure me. fe TLroiigb tickets via tbTicket

Lndu.p N".5- C .d ahull, be KUen.: Due notice of the nieetlnyahull "Suwanee Sliver lloitta." \Vino. oC (Junlui repulaturof 1' tbe Agents In Florida.
the vessel between partition law.MEC. >
tide of or I hUII''ellllcCOI.tllnll' to
t Brill ban Mechanical connection with the ; :.1. Until the first 'annual .election of 0111- iueiiutrn.il funa 10113! and ill: a niojt: aatonuliing For Schedule Rates nml Sleeping> Cur I
walls.
Waliz" atij cent as pro\'Itled in Section 2 of tilde V, the tonic for women. It cures C. L. STONE" q. P. A.. ... ,.
; propelling' power of the vessel make following shall constitute thaoulcera. of sail Schedule In Effect! January. lUOil.JUIXIP Bumtysuin'I'e""c '

.J The meeVeterans it possible for the engineer below at a co'por"tloll P'eHhlent.-W.i H. Stewart.Vico.i'resl1ont. ul.ir ulll1lJUUlfullllcnRtrulltiClu. falhiig : "

l'' n moment's notice to release instantly all .-d. U. Wilson.! FI) el'. Quickstep of the womb, whites ami flooding. It S'S.. -

called lor A the". .screws which bind the portable Se"r"llIry.J.o'. Alldls.MaiiMBer Lv Palntka: ..... ... .. .. 6 unpin ttOAam it helpfulvliun approach \voiu.in-:
]oJ' : and Tri-naurer. O. Codrinifton.Hoard ... .. .
Lv Jucknoiivllle SOU 7 (5.01!
inn duringlrelj'nanry. after childbirth -
JI. well attent deck to the vessel. In tbe event of inability of Vlrl'ctors.-W. II. !Stewart 8. II. hood HiOF'borsono '
ArV.ildonta ... ..... . .II ]5pw 10 SI amArTltion
the first ettc; to communicate the danger signal Wllaon J. K Alldla, C. O. CodrltiKton, U. A.Dieka ..... .... ... U'to: am U1:! M pin uml\ in chanfje or life. U Ireqocnlly <
the veteran beliberated J. E. Illtfulow W. U. Fudxcr.hLC. Ar PoitlulH, ........... .. .. :S UUum I 48 pm Ll'infi! a dear baby to homes S
,,to tte: engineer the deck may 4. The tlrxt "nnitual meetlnir of the Ar Mucon.... ......... . ttftiam:i 4 W pmC that have been barren for years. All I 1tf \ la
t ganizatiou by means of bevel gears and stockholders ahull Lo held on the second Monday .- ofOA. have ) ( 7 blcyo.fSOA.
In March 1WH lit the ollir of the corpora.tltI druggists: $1.00 bottles of WineEOFCAf1DUI
people toke; : from the detachable ArAtlanti . .... .1 23 am 7 4'pin V
shafts operated manually In Dfl.uml Florida.1 The olllcera shall N.V.'l'r.L. ot L'ardtti.WI tI

tuniLytole deck Itself."Boohoo" hold until their successors are aelectud and Chullaiiooifii. ... .. . 1 0(1( pin I WarnArNushvllle Itt ,r--
'1 I. year a ouplaces qualined. ... . ..' tf 63:i pui V .40 sum I 190.--0 ::::
1 ... then ARTICLE VI. ILL. CENT. R. R. II ;h1A. ;
.., other in can. Fever In Hawaii. The hlirheat" II/IIOnllt of Indebtertneaa towhich AI' !jl.. Lou,* .... ... Uj/.2am 7 :24 pui N / i1l900and/ IVuY! .Mode;;
fever has made Its appearance said shall time auh- ArrhKHKIttiUam
"Booljoo" coriiomtlon any '
<":t Willie Ref jaiL itself: \ summit: not exceed Ih..t amount of the L. *; N. R. R. I h'c UTh1 5OO Second Hand, U
after absenceof .. \
in Hawaii again an ,,". Ar i... uiavniu' n.. .. I 'Oem 1. 85 amAt -- i
.. .: In major' Medical men capital sto 'rini'l'iiiiitl... . 7 ::0 ant' 4 t6 pin TFt If tak0nJntradebyourCblcag'rfll. "
.
nearly twenty years. ARTICLE VII. makes and model rood .. 1
C. & E. I. H. R. It I I l i t a.110"' **
'. throwing r<{ .. call it the: dengue fever or a mild form The name and residences of the subscribing ArCUictiKo .. .. .. .... U 15 ama I IPolld PARKER'S I l i We ship an,. bicycle 0. .

g .:. go-rouiiti 1, a of Panama fever.. It It not dangerous Intorporatura., and the amoiiut of atock hold train from Jacksonville. to Macnn. e' HAIR. BALSAM A i one untftout a cent deposit iI'
of '26 and Cleans) sit bvaut.nu the baleI'roinulra
by each la aa follows: [ ,fru" -
'. white Train from Pulatka' conflict at Vnldostu loxunnnl Biowlh.N .
taken to th only disagreeable and affects the C. U. Codrlnuton, of DeLnnd Florida, loOaharea. with trains going noith trAin Jacksonville. I wor fail to Bentora Uriig 10 DAYS FREE
J -S. % He people more than the natives. In tbe Lnoul Slcrncrv on Olxlo Fit IT I train I tor ilatlA i Hair to its. youthful Color.
; uraay. said that Win. II. Stewart, of DeLanil, Florida, 10aharea. Macon remaritntf. In depot until: 7 3Oa. in. IR Ourr tr iIp tliwn.1 It hair I mlait lI from
lelt alone, olden days it used to be nobody Pullman, ItuuVt SleepIng' Cm,* Viol Jacksonville i. ._Vr:.aiid!S I lnlv rmttT'Mn iqlzL risk In orderIng: us.

//11 .., sbal waskipped. could claUn! to be a resident of A. H. landrOf Detjind, Florida 1 oh are. lo !*t. LIIIIIH via alioTe route without U \ ) 3j All to pay a cent if the, blcyc it dr
_. ..
HiAs chuiiKa of curs on Dixie Flyer train, aluoPnllmanH - -
.
,UJ S : Hawaii until he bad experienced: 11 uatta.ck J. E. nigclow of IsLand, Florida 10 ihaiva.STATR limit sleeper* on aumo, train tot.bleugi.wllhoutt jV \ DO HOT BUY 'A" ;WTI.

". ibis Is wb of boolioo. Its symptoms ore or FLORIDA, ) changeFor Summer Lsw $ h tt 1 I I ....., equipment,sundries and ft?
S no special like those of the grip a COUNTY VOI.VHIA.) ,fchtdule. un'l I iii her I Information. ad. halt regular big' *'
somewhat V II
cate him. On this With day: of :II"relll. ".D. llXKt. f..rson- drets, J. II. HAKKEItl, I.: I.tn'.rY'IRGIXI! ,\. world J1'i."Hf f : : .t1r>
tnlna '
I t racking pain In. the small of the back ally unptMired 'fr.'I '. O.'n.rr.: D'atrlct Pa..... Agt. >M W. Iluy ..i. In VLttftiiiA tnotinlHtiifl.. cult PiuniiH-r. .litlrl I., -ttinlHr I U W WANT r"l1ohleI".on a In each town to AliYcbanicu sI
4;' .' The Putn fever and, pains In all the bones. \Viit., H. Mfwurt, A. Kyland' E. Hlire- Or Jacksonville, Via. I ""1. Mftmtfnr t"'11111'",ro for t.tn, lt.>,iiiiM l .1 pg lor atilerclp.; I Write today for
high known uafotirnf the '. and hho.. live Ittchud i iiuue.
well for
j low. to mo poraonaaaaoclated ( U. HH01JE8, tile liar prm'tmuntra _
; next, after| It Is accompanied by a rash and lasts In and who executed the foregoing liIe". Pak*. Agt.. Macon Oa. xuullu ituirurUon. Fur cultol".. .1.,utltssS ,.. I J. L mtm : CYCLE C0.1
.
'buirhttesItI.i
lit since the ea for'o week or ten days. arcitlen! of Incorporation 1 nnd severally HCknowledxttd K. C. )li.'iOU lt rr .irrD ( ,
) that they oxcculed 1 the sante forthe '
1 Dam had bn -- ---" -
uses und purpose t herein oxpremed.In .
.1t:. .. billiard tat witness. n ht ,,,'l roofs. hand and, olHctnl Mini.. at DpLand '''- ; S.
(,_..k.-110"ltllI. the. da> and \enrafnreHitid.SEAL.V i.
Alford Ed .( ) lllill HSU:
(-..-) ;Notarj' Public.NOlltE .
!.' Etdrldjje on .
A ,. ATANTi1COAS11iiE'cL
,, t len fur l..he. < A
.' OF Al'PLiCATiOX FOIL TAX .
. I ) Medfleidi\ DEED UND: Kit: SECTION K Of CIIAI'- .

: 1' will play bal TElL: lh-H/ LAWS OK FLOKIDA.NO.TirK ( TEETHING POWDERS)
.- I this Hummelpiendid : : HF.KEllY GIVEN that ;Maria -
.*. / ,, ara. Hews comes from Worcester, Mass., i-inchHorr <>r Tux Cert'lion u Cure Gholera-lnfantum, Diarrhoea.Dyaentery the Bowel Trouble of Children ofAny .
'
4 No. IIIIII.dnt. d 'iliel"' iluy ol July, A.II. 11115)\ \hdII. > < A7e. Aid Digestion Regulate* the Bowel' Strengthen the Child and MAKES '
training woulufeitloual "/ that tIle :Morgan. Truck'compaoy has .1-,' S..Id vi I I ittest. I In in) <,ilUuiand haa made, TBSTHiNQ KASY. Cure' Eruption' end Sore Code' Hive* end 1' 'Wc Remove I
pitched completed nnd tested with success the! eel ll.ittl'fl for Tux' Offd to I liaue so..rllngl.t.w. and prevent Worm; TECTHINA" Counteract end overcomes the of the Car:
; Great Through
The Bud; : oci* :illcut riCh HCC* the f,1l.w.Ing Summar'e heat upon Teething Children end costs> only 28 cent at Druggltt' or The ; L ,
; Don't be fool) largest automobile' ever completed. ilcicr IN d proi'iiiy lumted, Ij VolumnCounty mall 88 cent to O. ... MOFFETT.' M. O.. 8t. Louie. Mo. .
I vehicle, says the Scientific American Kli.i! 'hl.i. \ '
fellow tell you. Lot:: .j. t'nr :OII'H'A'HlIon:: ti" D. Land.
Beef and Motto has a capacity'of ten tons to a load aDd 'Lhaauld land lutnir, ..-"'"( d al. th. date ot CONNECTIOt'EAST

,* S Beef in the stat ia built: entirely of steel. The motor thelKHtiincH i>f niiuli ci'rtitloati I tho name' '
of Cliui,'lotte O.bsoiiUnlea. nld' cerllll- BAld
.
.
used. la 'a steam engine. The boiler is o ItS lmll l b. red tim d acuurilinu' In .IHw.Tnx OVER ITS OWN u

t't'V of the torpedo water tube type. The Deed wllilaiiii-\ thur on uu the 218t day of IWINCHFTFR TOTH j ton, Ul6amon| ana-f
A.1>. 11)03Wltman ) I
constructed that two April '
automobile is so my oinolal' signature' and .....I.b..< l'dDD8)'lvani. Raitrt'

or three loading bodies can be used. re- Ihi- 'It\\'ltf) !\ !\ l"reh8AM.rl'riORnAN\) VIA ,AL.L.-"AI -S_ 'S

mov'lng'tlie trucks and running gear ,; Tim LnuUvillu, aod NshTh ""
I VolualaC'ciunty. Floild*.
Court
Circuit
Clerk: SHOTGUN SHELLS'NeW
FACTORY LOADED
- S. and .placing! them under another body : TOni W EST
I.
thus) .'earing an enormous amount in NOTICE OK .ArFI.IOATIOX' FOR TAX RivalLeader'Repeater'S : Mjbilo ai tdoher 1Via

timer. and expense of loading. Two big 1 IKfci: : tr IIEK'JoC'l'ION(: 8 OF
CHAPTER LAWS OF! FLUR 5jrlrinr5nrrsrriJrvrts juyLr JvuLr1Jrlti1JTh Bavananri: and 'C'
cranes 'are. attached to the truck, operated 4888 ng

'bytbe engine,. capable of lifting IDA.NOTICE. ] you are looking for reliable shotgun am Via Norfolk I'bWt..lptu.3te_tlon. an4 I'

th'e largest steel beams or granite In' bi-rehv riven that B. L. Oawdy. I EAST ; m1U for,
blocks. Tbe:'total dally dlpaclty of the ''''''Of'Tax. ('artIfto.ste N..III.d..t..u UF munition, the kind that shoots where you TOTHE I Bll.ltimore.'C
jI. 1800. bun filed unidoortlticute cuaraD-
Ibo I' day of July A. .
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.b irad U p
TL.ILT truck !U estimated at 400 tons.t'Gi ll my office and ha. made application buy Winchester Factory VIA oTfcAMaHlr.: Via 8"v nn S i
for tax deed to 'little lu ccnrd..noe point your gun, for BaltbnorCTo
;' Popnl In Swltaerlamd.Consul with law. SiitJ, o"'lIftoltombl'lIc"s tbe followinv -4
B. L. Washington writes fromOenl.a ; draorlbed property altuated la VoliulN Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with Key West Pentf/ -. ,
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I Switzerland. : It U not general county lAit8, (Tloridn.to H lno.t:: to-wlti ills ttl.'Sevllle. Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," 'loaded -ANDHAVANA.- Via' S ..... c\t,,'"
\ ly '!kWwn l: that'' the sale of automobile The said land b< In'* anwnaud at the date of '

I:: la'growing! fast In Switzerland espe- of the James laaiiannn Week or auoh UiileM cl'rt'ft"atot"ln'raid certificate IbM name aballbi with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester ;,.. 9.00 \k.:

clalrV""In! this part of..tbe Country-i. e.. rid..finid ,nconrrilnir to law" tHX diced will _
Shells and .others. .
Loaded f.
no "!.
of A O. Factory accept '.
..... t tbeTeantons of Genera and Vaud. for M ne thereon on the fiat d.iy, April. "8i1 r. I t

'" tbe'canton l of Valais-the.third canton 1IW3.Vltnc, >M my offlolnl alirnaturo nod SenClhl: ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM ea.cre"' ,.1\i\!,-. ..I. Fi.
. I but the IOtb day March, A D lOil\ '). .: Interchangeable MLteag ... ''' _
of tBis edmrnlar district, haying one soul t AM't. D JORDAN, .. Ttckfte. goo :'
road cesslble (by law) to motor cars Clerk( Clrmilt 1 Court, Voiuala: I'ouniy Flu p'rlnctpal misreads. in the .uthefn.'bUr k IaZ

tbe Rhone valley and only a small nts. I.'s''I-: '' :: ; _- _
along .8t'-it.o": _
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.,J number of Inhabitants, is hardly worth through Pullman Sleeper,.Dprttxip


'Ii.!".,. ; I taking!; Into'has..consideration.in' comparison: Geneva with the especially S To Cure: a Cold in One Day :,.. LI n"al write For;\ :reservation o via Atlantic. and(Joau'L'n..04 tnt. ''' _..___"__-__-I"l t' ".,'*'t,'":' ,i I ,


cantonal population (139,000)) a large FRANK o. BOYLSTON.ISO ,,' .

\nunjber' these modern vehicles (about Laxative Bromo Quinrts. A. I oa every 'Com telalAE" _
1.\ ZSOMtfod tnlTepect Is far ahead of I Toko : 1 W..t 'lUy Hlr*.tJ_
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9 '''iJt, : g false In Every Partlealar. f FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY

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ono q \ he following artlcle.wlth: the | WOOING' ];) .

1' e DeLAND Heading, appeared In the Record, a Deposit your Money in

'' r newspaper published In DeLand, Vo- o By IZOLA FORRESTER j j1M jc

DzLAan lusla county: Florida In the Issue off o .

VOLvtUtl nert September 20, 1002.! The editor of CbQl/rCuhe./ >*, by McClurJVfulpujwr *'$ :0 Bank .

'
s O.O OQDK:' ese this paper, on Saturday last, stated, 0 : StimUeaU < tbt Bowtry Savings

; :w hub 'Wh In effect, that any person who ..aldOIUi'J'ur..ifor .o.o.o+o+o.o" .o.O.o.o.?' Y

'' he had sold out his "Influence" to When Put Mandego came down thi
'i
"e mODtU.'nd; John B., Stetson or was affiliating straits from Chicago way, every gir CITY OF NEW YORK.
: THE
OF
,, WUonpald Indyaao ad'.h with the Stetsonltes for reward orhope' from Mackinac to Moose Inland len -
..add 1(0( per; _
..._t+ of reward, was a heart to greet the dirty graj r Chartered J834 Now has 140,000 Depositors. :
r. IIwnd: 1a tlM POitofeu 1 outer' ,
to
? ..DOOd :... JVe simply leave. the people Judge his schooner.:
i themselves whether or not his flop Not to greet Put; no, Indeed. For fit Assets
I ,.A v rtutng rates fuming o; nearly$1OOOOOOOO.OO ,
of
caused by reward or hope re- teen years bot bad passed through the I II

f' Addrw .u communVard.USASIMOUSLY. The article follows, with the straits once a week from May to November '

e11Nb or,m o THE ers: unctuaUon and grammar of the orglnal ,, and not a girl had waved hei :

...,; .-' : hand to him except Joe Nevalre's Uabrlelle. .: .
I had watched him
g She for Croa
.," ,'r'. APRU"At the meeting! : of the Board of: ( One Hundred Million )
u FRIDAY, and the first year when he had swabbed I
evening
here Thursday .
'ueteel )
;' ?' --) day Friday, the difficulty at the the decks of the Bon A ml, and now th<. All the earnings belong tp and are held for the benefit of depositors.. The bank Is managed by 43 .

I A wet and dry eleclverslty was patiently and exhaus- last year he returned her master, steer. Trustees.who give their gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone, except to depositors.W" .
; !.investigated and resulted in acalled fug her as cantalu and owner both
in AIAODua couiplete, 'vlnjication Of Dr. Forbes The word had gone before him like a 1

-re were twenty out of twenty. silver tongued herald that with the | Deposits Received and Drafts Paid by Mail. Wl 7
L of the Trustee actually! ,u.7F '
Senator Brown of Me PI' schooner had also come to him ns an

r i' announces that he wj; Of d the the Board mOlt distinguished hal in its number men Inheritance from old :Scott Mandego, Printed instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded to .

r fi" e bill father the little house down ou
didate for governor inland other) of.tatel.the Board II rek Mandego) point and a matter of $2.000or any person on application to The Bowery Savings Bank, j

a f'.. der what your Uncle ed( with the utmost pleasure and $3OOU. 128 and 130 Bowery, New York.

with him Ifactlon by the i people of DeLand, So Put sailed as a conqueror, and of .
f i', the whole matter will be finally all the bright eyes along the shore that ;
WILLIAM H.
S. WOOD. pmMent.
glanced to greet him the only ones j 4.
While i in Congress, tffiJIEffiJS'Were;' current the JOHN J. SINCLAIR. PiO..PruI4mL ROBERT B. WOODWARD, *f YICCCI 4nIL L
which lured him on belonged to Gay
( i'' too humble. to get the ''ence; and the high esteem held, Nevalre and were the only pair that TRUSTEES. '.

t gresaman Davie. If lOoI e .-rt.,; of the DeLand people, in lad no welcome: for him. Jomt W.AITK_. JoeL B. E1ty..lp. MARK: W. MAOLAT. Jonit J.BIXCUIB. j
were never shaken;, they Hoes D. ADCHINCLOSS.GIOBOB EDWARD D. FADUNIB.ROBIRT ORORas MCNBIB.8KTB WILLIAM M. SPAOKIUM.JAMES .
ernor. Bob Davis' nature vd unflinchingly stood by a It was the first Ume in all the fifteen F. BiKCR.OcTAViDS M. a..LL..y. H. M1LL1KKK. BTILLMAM.. -
As he had rowed P. BALDWOI.. CUARLI OKIVrCN.CORCCLLUI WILLIAM A. NAKH. DAVID B. TABKH. i k
;f Ideal rears. a boy over to
w life bad always been HENRY O. BERLIN, H. HAOKETT.CHOLU WILLIAM H I'AMOV CHARLES H. TENNIY.FRANCIS -.
't' change. mirable example for a per- the Island to chat with Joe and watch CHAKLU JB. BIOELOW. : R. HKNDBBOOH.OBOBOC '. O. LAWHENCI: JfBKKU T. WHITE.WABHINOTOM ,
: I the high position that he him mend the great salle that were WILLIAM V. BBOKAW.JOHM : E. Hiemi. ISAAC. PLATT. WILSO
'.4 > W. COCHBANB.CHABLn JOBS" D. HICKH.RICIIAIID OlOROB H. ROBIMMIt.HBNBV WILLIAM H. S. WOOD.
Scientists tell us that tLresultof the Investigationgerm sent to him from the twin shores and T. COOK. M. HOB. A. ROOBB ROBKBT B WOODWA BO.EOOENC .
.' ,. is one-sixteenth-thousar", al unanimous, al ab o. weave and knot his fish nets. Joe's JAMES W. CROMWELL GII>ORIJ. JEFIIMIABUTUOMAI CHABLBS SCBIBMBB.' : VMDXBHI1.L.
; :, the a8 It was, was no euran deft fingers were as noted along the H. BLANCH A.BD DOMINIC B. KENT. a
inch long and one eighty people of DeLand. With HENRY A.BCaEMCK Comptroller. WALTER COOQESHALL, Secretary. i,
straits as the black eyes and red lips -
t ,, andth of an inch ***-**' nlghL' session and aU of his five daughters. 1
y until 6 o'c:1oclt: without -
lI get there just the same. Ti, this eminent body of And Clay was the youngest. She was I : ----t_ j
_
_
slim dark -
ber at the request of eighteen now and eyed with -
i" *- if a grip germ could whip a utile LO investigate, these rUe the poise and step of a demoiselle of '. were several pennies of the time of SAVE: THE LOVED ONESI! ... .,

;Ito every detail, made alag Oascony and u wondrous trick of the Gabrielle smiled end waved ber baud Alfred and Edward divided In this 1- Col. .-
:Mrs. Mary A. Vliet Newcastle, ,
to him be down the
The Fensaoola News says: Investigation, and eyes, a sidelong look between narrowed as passed Jauntily way. a I

f I r ore rumor of much e : of evidence to lids with long curved lashes to cast a clover bordered path-to the beach. Similarly divided pence of the time writes: "I believe Ballard's Horehound I

wrong -hargella and this shade All of Nevalre's girls bad It, But she was thinking of Put-Put in of Edward the Confessor have been Syrup is superior to any other cough: t .

i in the United States postofiSce rdict of some of the but_ __ _little_____ Gabrielle hud It n worst__ and___ _It_ his strength! and IIb.oeIl8-and of howI found, and in speaking ef the discus medicine, and will do all that i is claimed -

.' partment. We are dtacoorage _,olute of apd thl.11nal.country, is took the heart out of a man.un. I I be would come that very night for his ery tn 1833 of a number of these curious for it, and it i is so pleasant to take. My

l the for the offices at W. Only a mile to the southeast of answer. halfpence of the time of William j
prospect,. heartily con. I But the twilight passed, and the little girl wants to take it when she
tortes Moose Island lies Maiidcgo point. From tbe Conqueror an unquestioned authority
., this unaol I
t ington to be run quite right ,.. and on endorsement, his shore on a sunny day Put could I moon rose above the pines on the states that they were probably has no need for it." Ballard's Horehound .

4; they are filled with democrats. a rumors contiauedreflection catch tbe flash of a pink petticoat here I' headland and no boat put outS from issued from the mints In that form, Syrup is the great cure for all' ,

.-a-. -a '1.' them' aSir and there around tbe old weather Mandego point until daybreak when since the whole collection had evidently pulmonary ailmenja. 350. 500. and $1.00at

"a Thomas Lipton i is met.t1Dl1l1hehltv n.the 'he beateu cabin but the courage never :;' Put ;pulled over to the mainland withnever been In circulation.In all druggists. <*.

; DeLand came to blm to seek ber and tell her a backward glance at Nevaire'sisland. the British museum In London are .
=a with many discouragements in nil i"i'' what had been In his heart all the way specimens of these divided coins issued '

c ,Y -' efforts to win the cup from ththarm? our peopte done from Chicago Never ouce did Danny go near the under various monarchs from Alfredto One crisis Two\ Cl In Tr Lord atate.IR.r.Pulnjeriitou's life

"You forget old friends wben the Island. He was too busy keeping III. An eminent arch
The Henry logllt
American Illustrate the absolute humor
yachtsmen. lftteBHtrhercult- More good ;
turned mainland
1'ut's Lead toward the
good luck: files Is it uot for the divided
week than' your way. so. accounts coins by say-
rt t I+ i discouragement was in the strip and day by day the ire flashed which may prevail even whvu political {
ny previous Put? laughed old Nevalre when they .Ine that this dn 'htleas arose from thescarcity
openr .. oft;)'tyls at.Us worst. Lord Derby bad
r Shamrock III J at h..l if -q.... -"i r.p'la'ce *-"-a In fah of small wuich In a
ping o! the by a squall j :r.:JjWbefifK;. ( a uii the mainland. "Is It Marie pointed remedied change: was I made an attack: uiuL-'J!liM lu.the upper\ d f
part under the reign of Edward
N The international raca' .t"a.f.; ...'.' Fanchon? Batette Elise No? Mon looked od..u.aItt''f I. by the of I house with ouch energy ijud eloquence he cl1au.. _
r coinage halfpence
f on account meetinof the trustees prespostponea Dleu', It is the little one then?" I waited.It end that tile odds agulunt biui'leuuivd' over- .l th madness
farthings: I
the g )last week were: "It Is Gabrielle," said Put stolidly. |, was whcliulug. But he ilefrpiled' himself

'" dent Mr. Lipton thn BrStetson, president Phila.secretary However he might fear his love .Jie; Monday. The September moon rose and his policy from the! dusk of oneday beyond I
: :1' third will his !?la' s> B. WrlKht, De- ""like Why Women Ar. Afraid of Mloo. to the dawn of with such shi-lek- .
another
) be la*. bad no tear for Nevalre himself nor a great flame colored flower above .
HoU H A. DeLand, Fairport, ten like him. "But the crest of and In all ages women were supposed to tact: dexterity and Puree of appeal to tare
'. Rev. David Moore D. D. OeiJ she has no smiles : Mackluac by the timeIt t't'Y the :
,.. cup. be more to than woe
for this had reached prone superstition th national seuse of bouor that be wasacquitted r
.: =N. Y.; Rev. R. S. McArthur D. me year, be added moodily.Joe mldlieaven the glamourof and who
tutu knows but that the I!
hr,, The French companw York, N. Y.; Rev. W. N. laughed more. Did the wild duck Its golden witchery spread over the dread of the of all blame> by a itmjorlty* of m" I'
< n D. D.. LaGrange, Fla.; E. flutter near until she heard the decoy? face of the waters like a magic spell. a woman on appearance fourscore: \ ,
,.y.' ,. ing it. work on the Panter, DeLand, Fla.; James S. Was Gay a girl to lay her heart bare j Gabrielle watched It from the tall of M rat or a mouse may not be due. In Next day '111 pausing through the core-- -

.. the contract with Pan.L vy vUle, Fla.; H. B.,Stevens, before she was wooed? sand dimes, the ones where Put bad part at least, to an ancient superstition rldor leading from an untcrooui to the ] 1t 1:
.
!' Fla.; Rey. Thomal 'Put listened and smiled as he awak- borne her on his shoulder to watch the which has traveled down the ages upper house one swing door opened to

r f\ for continuous work nn1DeLand, Fla.; Theodore C. ened to bis folly."I boats come up the straits. There was from the time when our remote forefathers his hand aud at the same moment the

I, The United SLates Wl Philadelphia. ; J. T. aake, will believed that rata and mice I other to that of Lord -1- .
woo her, he said and he 110 light on Mandego ;point but the Derby They :$:

,1 v French Company for the..Fla.and;; Rev.Governor W Imam William B. Stew.S. kept bin word. lIe sent Danny Der night was clear! and biLt: and she were the souls of the departed? Numerous were opponents but Ib"7Vere also I
the stories which the
: Frank J. mot, his successor to the deck swabbing ,caught the sparkle of dripping oars are made manly and sweet oatured uien. They 1
., doing as well as fh ; ancients believe that souls
now rats
were
: TDeLandee'IFly smiled.
: L D. U. question\ on tbe Bon Ami. BS a boat shot out from the shadows :
r cbise. There are said t.O..JackeunvUle. Fla.; Bent F. Danny was blue eyed, the best ,of the mainland Into the broad path and mice, and some of these stories are "I was just thinking." said Palmer "

i 160 engineers, 45 me Fla.; J. B. Law, dancer along the shore and still a wlnI at I moonbeams that bridged the way to very curious. stop "what a clever fellow be was Whoso I .
ffgSSSoers
.0. Dayton. Ohio. ter's length from twenty He listenedto 1 the point. There were two figures in "In Thnrlngla at Snalfeld." says nearly) put uie In u hole!" r .1'J ,

and about 1,500 liy trustees represented by Put's Instructions of what he should I the boat She held her breath striving i Baring-Gould, "a servant girl tell "Ab" was the rejoinder. 'abut nothing '

I pioyeojn; thin worit. _, .T.ere_ fTT.F.:II B._ n Moody, _,* Lake A n City 1; tell his love and straightway forgot I to catch: the sound of voices on I asleep while -companions were like the vleveruens. of the fellow
..
.
&' BT .o r am a : an yron Put and all else as he leaned across t the: still night air. but Instead from out shelling nuts. They obuerved a little] who gut you out of It!"
,. 8tlremni l Huntl Batavia, N. Y. red ,
y mouse creep from her mouth and!
6o the window sill at Nevalre's
.. Yv open chatting : the darkness toward Mackinac came t
3"sir noble I Some with Gabrielle and catching tile three long deep signals.. Gabrielle run out of the window. One of tbe follows SAVED TWO FROM DEATH. '.

;a" w t itjfticnlty, and Editor 10h Qnestlous. trick of her long dark eyes. !I started to her feet at the sound. It present shook: the sleeper but "Our little daughter had an almost -
(from th. DeLAnd Supplement, April tS. The dreamy summer could not wake her, so he moved her "
'Its trustees golden days of j was the North Queeu bound for Buffalo fatal attack of whooping cough and \.I
to another
t
"w gloriously The new Baptist paper has been passed and the sumac flaunted scarlet and lu her course lay tbe boat place. Presently the mouse bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- I

tmies.a ; launched: ; the keel of brother God banners on every hillside that dipped I I I Suddenly she saw that Danny bad ed ran about back to the former place and dash land, of Armonk N. Y., "but. when all ,
to meet tbe straits and still tbe Bon seeking the girl. Not finding other remedies failed saved her
laid shipped his oars and was standing.She we life l i
craft has
win's
P'STTIS9N journalistic been ; her it vanished. At the
Bam moment
Amt with Dr.
.a swung idly on her ropes at tbe knew his slight form instantly, King's New Discovery. Our .
ha..Ex-Pa stor.Mrw i the Blue Book has been printed and old halt sunk landing at Mandego but the man at the rudder never the girl died. .. niece, who had Consumption in an "'r'1

I' whip industriously circulated; Mr. Stetsonhas point. Put's pulses leaped every time !''stirred. Danny bent over him a moment ---- -- I advanced stage also used this wonder. f.l

I come-and gone; all of the heavy he looked from ber to the broad sweep as if to reassure himself then ChlldrPremature _** Ttxth. ful medicine and today she perfectly Iii', '''it.

pa.ethe ) ammunition has been fired at the Uni- of blue water that called to blm to slipped overboard into the water and decay of tbe children's well." Desperate throat and lung disease ; 3

:w y'?; versity; coercive measures have been come back, but every breeze tbat circled made for tbe mainland with long, sure teeth Is due more to constitutional de yield to Dr. King's New Discovery -
? aiOG Mti around the point bore the love of strokes. fects or derangements than to any localized as to no other medicine on earth. 1

x w; J ** Snore employed the conscription of men his heart to GabrIelle as It danced I An Instant and Oabriclle hesitated. condition. It menus that the Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 500 '
the who would howl against Forbes teeth and $t.oo bottles .guaranteed VV. A. .
t on: down to the Island so he stayed on Again tbe North Queen signaled, and are not well organized becauseof by :
b duae; And; and trusted his fate to Danny's soft her port lights showed bright and defective nutritional processes which Allen and Geo. W. Fisher. Trial bottles ...

per miWednee-of base- Dr Forbes is still president; the. tongue. I clear as she swept past the great shadowy may or may not be hereditary. In either I free. -- s I .- ,
Under the rose vine Gabrielle would event treatment Instituted early 1 1I ,
University] still stands; the Universityis Mackinac: Island and came on like
t oonaP BlversUy flourishing i it flourished before jlsten) a rose stem between her teeth, a phantom ship of tbe night enough will belp It not entirely stay E.NIt.d to n.._ot.
as never ; ;
and wt the end I while Danny spoke of Mandego point. I And for the rest, they tell It at Petit the progress of the difficulty. To retard "Who's de ole guy: w'at jilt went lit.
missicniversltyfirst t the heavy ammunition that has "He's too old for you Gay darling. Jean's and blind Louis made of these processes Is worth a good 1>7'" asked tbe telegraph messenger
song
'' ofh Inning of been the fire University*! has pelted like against the against walls It's thirty-two be Is If he's a day and It and of GAbrielle, who sailed a bride deal, while effectually to check them "De ole guy wld d. dinky whiskers" ""i a

t o! the a sand .bank-and Mr.cowpeas Stetson has re- the old devil thinks you'll fly like a on the Bou Ami. with Put Mandego Is a wealth of good. Give enough grnnalnr replied the office boy. "Aw, he's de i'..
ing thu jturnett to Philadelphia. I bird to him If be only whistles. And captain. They' show tbe wreck of ber phosphate ef soda, which may be owner of de paper." '

d r the erP' Those who have helped Mr. Stetson It's lonesome down there on tbe point. ; boat where the North Queen crushed well taken In milk:, to keep the bowels I "An' who's de guy wld '1m r'Bh I:T .'

> ,. r months m the "good work" now have time to You can't see the Mackinac lights ,. like a crumpled autumn leaf for out open. Give'' also three times a day after Don't get gay I He ain't no- \ >
its. An put on their thinking caps and do a dancing a .jig with themselves In the Into the waters of the straits ''Went food'sirup of laetophospbate of guy; data de sportln' editor("-'Catholic _

bring t*r*s ad- little thinking on their own account.It water the way you can here. And it Gabrielle that night, with only the lime. Dose for a child of five or six, .Standard. jet "

A r, settle ffi/ may be a novelty to them, but we lent a thousand at all Gay, darling. hope of her love to give her strength! oae-halt teaspoonful; for a child ef ten '

y q: Cumbers advise them to try it a little anyhow. It's only a hundred or so, and the old and In the drifting boat she found Put a teaspoonful, and for younger: children BEAUTY AND STRENGTH. ,,

swere.t74 Mr Stetsons' evident intention was man will goon drink that up over at dead to the world from Petit J.an'abrandy J In proportion.
'Quite to ruin the attendance at the Uni Petit Jean's. So you see It won't be and left + Are desirable. You are strong. and ue
+ -. M .Ja were ; ; 10 arm to nis death t
,a pars are ,, versity-and you were told that unless riches at all tbat Mrs. Mandego will begetting by Danny Dermot. Leaving her own .;; *..... : vigorous, when your blood is pure. ... > r
the helped him he would pack his but old Put himself. Do An. authority that Many -nay, most-women- fail to prop.
Btlxuis.re.) you up you boat In its place, the bad rowed the says glassware will
digest their food
and
erly become
J Saratoga"and leave DeLand. Be mind me. Gay, darling?" other out. of the moonbeam last longer and look better If the following so l
path justas
I sallow thin and weak while
pale the
4r? nlngs oppoOk. candid this what induced Gabrlelle's ee
now, was white teeth closed over the great steamer bore down hints as to Its care and preset
2y e ground that FU you to enlist in the fight? And did the heart of the rose and she ate Its her course. upon ration ire regarded: Tepid water, tbe kin brightness, freshness and beauty of the a, ;
by and complexion
''u tully' believe that he would leave depart. Remedy e.
sweet petals in silence, but her eyes At dawn next beet castle or other pure and
make oire that wt-Land/ morning Put stood on soap a this unpleasant evil, by eating nourishing j
looked sidelong at Danny. the sand dunes of Nevaire's island and stiff brush are the Ont essentials. Afterwashing food, and taking a small dose of
will
conrlowever- hope
yes stale we you
to the as < ere
"And
the 'above : the Tidy Adly of Petoskey watched the Tidy Adly put out for and rinsing place'the cut Herbine after each meal, to digest
: n impertinent -
Oaliforni I ? tjues5 Sails ou Tuesday, Gay." Danny reached glass.ln boxwood I I '
from 'I" suppose Mr.- Stetson's objectes Lake Michigan, but no farewell was sawdust This will what :you have eaten. soc: at all druc-
Tea Naws belly theen. accomplished and.that he hadI tip and plucked a rose that touched tbealrl's waved from her decks: by Danny. The absorb the moisture In the cutting. gists. 4- a
n bowed bead "I've the promise' of North Queen caught him Next remove the sawdust from the r ri
Deeded! in driving every student fairly as she I r'fI
good rock roa<3 3outh I ,. a berth on her at the wheeL It Is better plain surfaces
with a soft cloth.
rounded
'jm the institution, where-would you Mandego point and bUnd By PenlUrltU* of k..I_.. ;J-- '
-which wtbe rttu. pme iq? Would the business of than the deck on the Don Ami. Louis stumbled over what was left following these direction the original. I Radium self luminous shining with / hta let

; same amov n I tR'-'>'busine8s men" of the town have Gay and If you say the word you can when be walked the shore below the clearness and sparkle of the glass will a bluish light It like Roentgen rays,
been'helped? Would the kiss your sweet hand to Chicago ss be maintained.A .
point
rf .prosperityof after the Bon Ami had sailed on makes a sensitive screen phosphores t
exhibit at thAcommunity have been increased'IW'oulct Mrs. Dermot In a week. Gould. you be her honeymoon trip cent.It shows the bones In the hand Co.,

A more benefit J a pile of rick and mortar have ready by: Tuesday, Gay heart! A Wl.4.w ..... and Is so vigorous; that It has produced pared to ,
added one cent to our wealth or an Gabrlelle looked off up the straits to
acceptable window
4' Old Hacllih R..'....... seat which sores on those who have Incautiously
't' D.Land" atom to the knowledge of our children? where Mandego point lay Uke
< : aDametb.t How most girls crave for their room. starts carried It about their we make
many collectors: of coins The
know
persons. ray
*!'>We again plead pardon for the impertinent shadow at the curve of the with one of the low rattan seats With. I "
alum
; fdra.in it Michigan anything about the curious halfpence I emits negatively electrified par f
questions shore line and ber eyes weretender out backs that WIbe bought at "I
::1 e tt'M. and dreamy Issued centuries ago by English authorities any tides with a velocity la some eases a. :
more, building shop offering an assortment of this CO. ; ,.t
halfpence in rouelilng that of light.
.' : the truest sense
Y..t.w wtr.e To Ar T U" "Tell Pat Mandegn, te come for his ware. They come 'In different
lengths
of the word I
since
pntenaplatioitviwntm'boowM'.l they
kA'iyoetkike Grove's Tasteless answer Mmself like .,Ql&n. Danny" mere than minted were nothing .o that a little care In selection secures TM' wasratu...l ou.....

--. TM ',Toale"because the'formula Is she said Tell him that from, me to. !tn: half .Specimens pennies of thano cut directly one to fit almost any window space. ''Mother Gray's Sweet. Powders for it4'
yard day and U lie Is not here on tb Island coins have They left Children! Our I a BVverlohness
times t of tlji. .printed on eyery bottle showS been discovered .frequently maybe the natural tutor. or, Bad 1
: among the
fty Monday
*v- -r. night tbeo I will saU Stomach Teething Disorders Break '
:" l' on preferably, stalued to match! tit. finishof ,
and burled :
boo Qulittort treasures
,it simply; the which from time to Coldv
Tidy AAly. the. woodwork of the room.! A loose I up move and regulate tbe Bow. ;;4.
Ho Cure, f "It's at time bare bean unearthed In great el. and Destroy Worms.. .
sunrise I'D tor : THEY Nxvza I '
eome eushloa'add. -1
you.bracked / to their comfort, and
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( Britain, Xa Lancaablre in 1840 were AZU Ow' '30.00a testimonials.I .t"

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B astride the "rocking horaen". Even her home In DeLand trove St.: Augustine ;

: OP ZSZS'ts2SB."ZS' Congressman Alexander was riding a at which place.she was employed I

Special Sale "dark horse", with a fair companionby all winter on the Daily Record.Mr. w
::4 his ,side Saturday evening
Slices Hats Charlie Anderson and bride

S""' .//1;!,,_ MRS. B. F. WATTS ENTERTAIN were In town several day. They left, 'u i
.' t the first of the week, Jacksonville, I
Mrs. Benjamin F. Watts entertaineda
Itr Dry Goods, large/ number of lady friends at a the where they/' ,11 make their home for f

military euchre party at the Olive presnfijBBT; ,

Millinery Etc. Branch Tuesday afternoon.. Eight Mr. G. uDreka is spending a vaca-
% tables were filled, beside tbe onlookers
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tion with his sister, Mrs. Eva T. Kllhotl -
and non'players. Mrs. Powe and
..1/I r and his sons In Washington City.
-AT- Mrs. Hlbbard captured the prizes for

the highest number of pointa.l while Mr. John W. Williams, assistant
}Iu. Tiffany. Mrs. Maring, Mrs. Wood postmaster at Seabreeze, was mar- a t ;
; Reduced Prices! and Miss Ruth Morris-Bond! all tied ried on Tuesday to Mlsa Elsie Belle ." ; ,
Is
Williams
for the prize for the highest number Blair of Seabreeze. Mr.
a member of the Volusla County Ex- t
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; o ftag't. Delicious refreshments were ecutive Committee and Is well known: i '
MCELROY'S. served In DeLand. '' .v -

i. If you care to Saved our Chance.
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t'' .Local and Commencement | Society, Personal, sonville and one of the trustees of offer as a substitute

;. | Personal Briefs 00000000000010000 '000o| o Church and Home g Stetson and"Sunday University lu DeLand, spent, attending Saturday a HOSE

.. \..,. wOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOObC 00000000000000000000000000The meeting of the Administration Committee ,
j Stationery bargains at Hri l'... of of the Cnlv frslt4.*jqpMayor .
the usual dry field-day : Grand Lodge of the Independent -
., INSTEAD Fletcher I is of the best know; NOZZLES
'r ;. DeLand U one of the towns that of commencemeut: week Order of Odd Fellows met In Key one pub .
.I. ... r-:, lover to stand pat-all but one of her the Athletic Committee: of Stetson West on Monday. Rev George T.I lic men in the state; a man wh ,..:; ,
t ( official* wants another terw.-L'lme.- never been mixed up in dirty state -
., has arranged for a nrst-claas. tennllltourn..ment Self represents Magnolia Lodge .
Uuion, Tuesday. political' fights, and who has the con LAWN SPRINKLERS ETC. Ito r
on Monday forenoon, 21, of DeLand. ,
The machinery at Science Hall was 25. fidence ot all who know him intim ,
started up lam Thursday, and Is nuw May St. Barnabas Episcopal Church- ately. He is a lawyer by profession, be used in -: ,
The contestants will be T. P. Ward-
.1' in lull bust. The wuuu-wurklig! tiepartutnt Next Sunday, April 2t>, 10 a. m., chil but this should not be held against connection with
!: low
Is and Colton
: attr ictiug, great atten-: Captain ut Orlando,
4 \i' vion. The machinery 1 III toe finest that who will play against the two best dren's service and Sunday school; 11 him. CITY WATSR.BIGE1LOW
lOoney can buy. a. m., choral service with sermon. .
players from the University. There Rev.J. E. Oatea will preach a sermonto
School: supplies at Aliens' Phar will be one series in doubles. and two Services at the: Baptist church on the members of -
Magnolia Lodge,
4. macy. series in singles, with gold medals as Sunday will be as. usual at 11 a.m. and No. 21, I, O. O. F Sunday morning at .
..- Sunday, the 26th, is Confederate prizes in all three eents.Messrs. 7:30:: p. m. Special music. B. Y. P. 11 o'clock. The members of tbe order
: Memorial Day Uhe will PFOi 01 Ot 01OKFO l 0lOl OFO i
day neutrally OP+oiJO+Oo
be observed oil Monuay. : Warlow and Cotton are U. meeting/ at 6:43 p. m. You are cordially will meet at the lodge room and
w'aote"-A walch'doK. noted English players, and the ''tennis Invited to attend. march in a body to the church. Sun- Don't wait 'till the last F't''

r E. T. Alien. young Dr.* Uends" will see some playing that Mr. andMrs. Hosford, who spent day is the 81th annlversltv of Odd Fel- day: of school before you

The New Smyrna Breeze wants all is worth seeing.Four the winter In DeLand, left this week lowship In tbe United States. On decide you want some '
e ., the SsuuUay bout piculcs held at gold: medals will be given asprize's. for their home in Hlnsdale, N. H. Monday evening, In the lodge! room,
Smyrna this year. The medals were donated: \T .. THE NH.WS follows. Mr. H. A. Boley will give a grapha-
The lakes north and west of town Bigelow) Hardware Store, O. A, Drek-: phone entertainment to the membersand
are lull of trout thin year aud tome & Co., O. \V. FiI.herV.. B.-Fuilger, nev. L. D. Geiger of Apopka, whose their ladles. The public: is invitedto
great catches are repuited.PrlH W. D. Hajnes, F. P. McElroy, By land daughter, Miss Ruby, is attending the service at the church Sunday
has some flue candies left over & !bparkman, Watts & Miller andTHE Stetson, was a visitor to DeLand on morning PHOTOGRAPHSCome )
from Hauler:: at nalt-pr1ce. NEWS!: PUBLISHING Co. Tuesday and Wednesday.
r' N Mrs. John Reeve and Miss Bertha
the Work College on forty-room Arms hotel wait addition"OCKUII on to A large party of young folk, chaperoned T. A. Knight of Starke, one of the Reeve entertained at cards Wednesday

Friday. The wurk is uiiuer: the .up. ,by Prof. J. H. Davis., enjoyeda owners of the telephone franchise afternoon. Euchre was the
i Co erinicudeucy u1r.. ialiaw ut Phu..- .straw-ride to Blue Lake last even- granted by the City: Council of De- game. Mrs. W. AA l1enand Miss! Grace
1 UclpQld, who represents the architect lug. Four horses. hitched to the Land last September, was in De- Howard tied for first prize, each win- Now
'i ; pays off the hauds, tt.:. W. U. .
r Mowers is. working torcuiau; he has freight/ wagon furnished theloconu- I Landon Wednesday.! Knight informed nigh out of 15 lr.lmeS. Mrs. McBridewon .
,_ about 298 mm at wortc at toe present tion. On the way home the lead the reporter that work would(\ I the consolation and Mrs. Prevatt
time ana wore will be wiulceu riKOt horses broke their harness. A most begin in May on the system, and wouldbe the hooby Itrfreshmentswere served:

along uuriug the Yuwwer.r enjoyable evening was spent. Refreshments pushed to completion.: The com -REEVE a
". Call on Marsh Bros for anything were taken along.Mr. pany has no desire to lose: the fran- l>Jt. and Mrs. R B. Powell of Jacksonville -
';r wanted trom a well regulateu: : : mar* chise in DeLand, and promises quick spent a few days In DeLand

',', Met O. J. Hill returned to DeLand work and good service as soon as It is tblsvC'.k., the guests of their daughter O+t OlIO t +PI Oi O-!0 t tFOl 0}OK
Mr. Augustus Patterson was In town last night from tbe Isle of Pines. Mr. completed.: Mrs. O I'. C.irson.'
r THESE N
y this week, lu the interest: ot tbe Fraternal WILL JAR
Union ot America. Air. Jfatternon Alfred Howard, who has been survey- -- --. '- -- -
baa been appointed uoliiitingtate Ing for Mr. Hill, arrived the first of 'I -O'O YOUR PRESERVES
J" o.o oaa O.O o O a o*a o
agent, and wuu the assistance ul the week. I IMrs. j
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Mr. A. C. tiamrickot Jacksonville
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.." will organize a louge bere, whicn will Clifford\ Rosa was the hostess FRUIT JARS :
it be known as the Voluma County yesterday afternoon, at her home on l
Lodge, No. MIS.I .
I Minnesota avenue. The game was PINTS-
I Brill has the latest "Stetson Girl euchre. There were six table Mrs

; Waltz" at 25c. 'blaring{ and Miss Tawney won first = INE QUARTS-

The meeting of the Confederate prizes, while Miss Hall captured: the -
1 Veterans residing in Voluaia county, consolation Refreshments were RESH Two Qt tRTS-
l .'. called tor Monday, ."la1, unoulU. loei served.
well attended. 'Ibis is, we believe, 5 S
the first effort' ever: made< to organize ; ISHRIDAY Extra Tops. Extra Rubbers
,i; the veteraus ot this C /Ul1lAll organization A bill of sale from E. O. Painter & '' "
of thi kind calls the OIU Co. to S. W. Johnston, by which the PRICES RIGHTAS
::4; people together, gives them an opportunity former sells the latter the DeLand
fI to legate ice experiences wl 40years Supplement, has been recorded in the USUAL:
pt" t .: ago toe>nipatneuc: hearers: : anu clerk's office. Mr. Johnston has been AT "
t r places them in a way to help each and of the
editor manager Supplement -,
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.. other In case: ot sickucsa; or ol ueath..I about 15 years, and no change is RYLAND & SPARKMAN _

.I:I Willie Redfield,the nell'IO convicted looked for. This is the second open I THE MARKET ,
and Bale. of DeLand
> public: : a news-
,: !I y In major's court last. Thursday bur : announced this. O+:O-o--O! i FOd O f0.1 OIOfIO+O+OO+C>!-<>!-<>!-<>!-o-Kfo<)+OH.>HHOfo!
!( throwing rotten eggs at the uierrjgoround paper year.A E. L. McBride, ONTHE '
and sentenced:: to pay a flue big game of baseball is being arranged .
'''f. \.i-tf of $2.6 and serve at) days lu jail, was for next Wednesday after Manager. CORNER REED]FURNITURES
f taken to the .shell pit to Murk on Sat- y
.... S:.; noon. Watch for handbills. the first
, urday. Hewalltuldwbattu do, and of the week. O OO O..o..o-eO+O+O..o+o+o o"Oo..o.o+o..o-.o-.o..o..o.O-
I .
; licit alone. Ue worked until the marshal I .
.'li1:;! was out of sight and then Some of the soft brick Ifl the sideWalks Mr. Vernon Brace was In town Col. J. D. Calhoun. 'secretary of the Sometimes called
skipped. He has not since bcellllecU.'A. the Boulevard
* : on are a disgrace:
this U what the authorities wanted, to the town. The Street Committee from Daytona several day this week. Tampa Board of Trade, spent Sunday Wicker or Rattan
special effort is being made to lo of the council should examine the sidewalks In DeLand visiting his daughter, who Furniture. / a aWE
' him. I and if necessary order tbe Mr. George ll. Matthew, proprietor lean Instructor at Stetson University. W
,
The Putnam closes on Wednesday 'property owners to put them In good of the popular City Hotel In Day i Before accepting the position now HAVE a nice varietyin

$,',' next, after the moat successful. year condition.H. tIna, was in DeLand on business Monday held by him, Colonel Calhoun was editor <'!1. '
t4' since the early 80's, when Allred i>ut.- C. Haven's new cottage on South and Tuesday. of tbe Tampa Daily Herald. The stock : Chairs, Hookers, '
V, nam had bus guests sleeping on cots: Boulevard is nearly ready for
.p"V'(. roofs.billiard. tables, lounges aud porch pancy. It Is a neat little : 0cu-1 I I Mr. and Mra.'Geori'e K.:: Davis returned most colonel fully is developed an able writer power, having of expression tbe- Couches, Etc.

/1', The 450th student registered at the to their Massachusetts homeon S
of writer In the state. I
, any The most k
,. Alford Edward--, a negro, died at University on Wednesday. This 1s Tuesday. satisfactory
'l' Eldrldge on Sunday. Undertaker\ Allen just 21 ahead of last year. I furniture for Floridause.
.t:' JO furnished. the coffin for the burial.MedReidhaagonetoLiveOak I' Mr. E. A. Blackman, who has been
Mrs. T. L. Dean, Mrs. Baer and '
For Rent-Cottage on Minnesota .
. ,quite sick for several weeks, Is. again
) He avenue. Apply to Mrs. F. C. Codrlngtoi. Mils M. E. Neal left on Tuesday' for
.I will play ball with the Live Oak team able to be about.

,I f j thls-splendid IJummcr.arm, Med and is with developing t.btrlllbt a BorQ-To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norris Klsaimmee convention: to of attend tbe W.the C.annual T. U.' state Rev. News has been received to the effect i J.J F.F ALLEN & GO.5o I FURNITUNK COUNTY.HOUaKOPVOLU3IA I l

I training would make a lInt-'JlII. > professional on Sa Uwday last, a son, Dr.George/ A. E. O. Taylor, D.D., of Boston, was on that Mrs. SA.. McCoy (nee Miss I' ?
pitcher. Davis attending." I I tbe program tot the address of tbe Lizzie Webb), who has been very 111 at ++ H!K>KH-O+<>K>+-I l i.

Don't be fooled by what the other W. C. Bennett and Murry Turner occasion. Dr. Taylor will begin a her home la Topeka, Kans., la now --- Sw
t fellow tells. you. We handle Western left this week for Jacksonville, having course of lectures: la DeLand) on out of danger This will be good news 1'yx
enlisted lu the United :States ,
Beef and Mutton,and tbe best Florida army '
'y to "Mia Lizzie's" friends In De-
Phil Thursday next. many .DeLan.dSaw
the
:Beef la the state. for service: presumably, In { ,
:t Marsh Bros. ippines. I Land.
Mr. E. O. Painter waa In town over
Mrs. E. J. Godfrey and two children: and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.
"' Sunday on a visit to Mrs. Painter and
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returned Fitzgerald,0.&., this week,
Mis Okle, and attending a session of
tbe Administration Committee of the for the summer. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. i\\

University held on Saturday night. Tbe flinch club had Its regular -Manufacturer. of- '
: WHEN YOU WANT Mr. Painter offers' for tale his beautiful weekly meeting at the home of !Mrs Dr ssd & Rough Lumber::

place on West New York avenue. O. W. Fisher .
r TO FIND A MAN He expects to take his family to Jacksonville -I, W. A. Allen Saturday won tbe evening Brat prize Mr and Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.

j In I to reside aa noon a* Miss Okle Mrs. Tiffany tbe booby. Dainty refreshments CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Will furnish plans and specifications: and
first. .
Look at our place finishes her education at Stetson. II served.Mr. : estimate.| Special machinery at mill for i. .
were
i I,. finishing; work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee '
,first-class work: in ever particular. y
F. W. Koester left yesterday
Rev. T. J. Sparkman returned home I '"
Our ,SodaFountain the first of the week, to attend to morning for a trip'to Germany. He J
1, business matter expect. to be absent three months or
I' longer. POND L-UM13ER COMPANY \
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Col. A. M. Thrasher left on Tuesday I Mrs. O. F. Fish attended the W. C. ,,.
i : afternoonfor-DeLand to'attend the T. U. convention in Klsulmmee this -@J@@OO@SlIi3? Ji +' '

: session of the! Circuit Court. The week. _______ Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeL nd %'14;
colonel regard It a combination of
t- is ,a very attractive spot business and pleasure aa to attend court: Flying-Jennie parties have been the Prices on all kinds of \$

and he is probably here.FUDGER.. tn DeLand.-Sanford Chronicle. rage for the past two weeks. The
{tt -- operators of this Infernal machine": Lumber Lath Shingles FIO tlpgQ:Q.CeillnfcflMoulding ,
,
.;.t Mr*. Sarah Daskam and daughter, know how to draw the ladles and children .
Miss Georgia, left for their home' la !I and the machine has been kept .... l.w;,? "."

Dari n,' Conn., last Friday, after(I I I I busy. There have been contests, masquerades ,'='.,;. .:Turningr-ti;, ;j'; :> ,

spending! their third season at Dr. etc., /galore. The ladles and ) r' ,"' ?t ,'

Patt D'1 cottage.< children are not alone, a* the reporter: Brisk, and ETtrjthing in the. ;LumUf. .tins ; Ordwt, cbUv r*.>d 'pn... .
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.. Caaeg were disposed of as follows A magnetic appliance ..
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Crescent City shipped 8,000 boxes Editor Sir I find by oonstaos by which ndlwulou Is Increased "

: of last winter and will ship between the wheels of the locomotiveand
oranges to the t;
appeilling peoples as woman -
Charles Gaines, careless of tire- my
use
the rails to such extent that the
four times that. number this an
4 arm,'pleaded guilty; $5 or 30 days.H. year. did in days of old to the unjust :use of sund is done away with entirely.

L. Kochiperger, Dr. :Potter, C. BHAU9 BOOT LAKE COUNTY jude Some few havt> given my Sub wilenV' The same apparatus says the American

C. Post and Geo. H. Mathew! charg.ed Inventor, can be used on streetcars I.
r Little attention after all &
Lake is of the best ject a
county one THE SIGN OF
with the Illegal sale of liquor In and It Is said sleet and snow have
watered counties in the state. Riv it mybe the Some new Enterprisewill '
effect Its efficiency. .-
their hotels at Daytona and Sea- You bo upon GOOD TAIL L01'0'
breeze. 'All these cases were continued era and lakes abound here. It is a open up in a near future around The appliance linn been demonstratedon
great fruit-growing county and market miniature street car. which U so I
wall"also that of Harrison DeLand that Prove a good
as garden section. The kaolin of may magnetized to the rails that It can be Here is the Oak-
great.
Thompson on thesa me charge Lake county is the finest in the thing for our people all tho it may ininh stopped on a steep Incline of 43;:) degrees. :
Easel at .
H., D.t Bra'ce' assult and battery; world and three large plants work take all of the j jack screws that Mi It is claimed that the new Invention now on display
nol proii. was entered by the county substitutes for deadweight our store. It contains the
night and day getting out t the clay Watts & ;Miller & other Hardware Of the periodic pain which many women magnetism .
y solicitor at the request of the prosecuting experience with month it makes In order to Increase cohesion between line of beautiful new spring 1
for shipment to the factories. It every
: witness. has railroad Merchant can a ford & then call on the gentleness and kindness always as- drive wheels nud rails, and that tailoring samples sent us by

9 v i\ John Reid, Joseph Blaikey and Edward splendid tranportation Mr dote & other carpenters for a sociated with womanhood seem to be it increases' the strength of the present
and is settled by an intelligent people. almost a miracle. While in general no brake 300 per (cent making It possibleto STRAUSS BROS. Chicago
Williams, trespass; Information few to'Raise our peoples to where
rebels she
.-Leesburg Commercial. woman against what regard bring the train to a.standstill" wIth.
quashed natural there is Good Tailor for 26 YearsThe .
their misstake aa a necessity no woman
they can see own as out slipping an Inch.
Eugene :Phillips, Harry Lichuian, I TbePlanters Manufacturing Company who would not gladly be free from this
Oak-Easel is the
they have Never yet Seen it as they recurring period of pain. Making a Hollow Axle.A .
Harry Lamont and Thorn Nesblt, of Lake :Mary is contractingwith
hollow axle for nillroiu! Is being link the
is because Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription tars connecting between .
Shold & it
moseley
our
and first Information farmers in that section for the
{ breaking entering;
makes weak women strong and sick mnde by the ..1Io"lrl1xl<' company and finished
tailor the
L : was quashed for technical Imperfection cassava they will use in manufac So call Leaders have not laid the women well, and gives them freedom ; of Went Ilomeutfuil. Pu., says the faultlessly

I ; a second Information wad turing March this year. The company work out on the tressel Board & from disease. It establishes regularity, Scientific American. For the purposeof garments which give

I\ then filed, and after a trial by jury / pays $6 a ton for roots, f. o. b., they should have done long ago ye dries and weakening ulceration drains and, heals cures inflammation female fully determining tbe value of this you so much pleasure to .

the defendants were acquitted. except on the Seaboard Air Line. weakness. innovation the axles are. bring' fitted to wear. It's really a lessonin .,

i x Harry A. Iverson, breaking and entering The company has planted about 200 have ben so much ingage in white Sick women are invited to consult Dr. one of the pressed sttvl.cnrs of the Int.elt good clothes buying t to'I..,

; ; defended by Atty. U. M.[ Ben acre* of cassava, and expects to folks pollitic trying to gain onners Pierce ,by? letter, free. AH correspond design, which after six months of this
service will be examined" and see great collection'j
" ence strictly private 'and sacredly confidential compared -
'j. I i nett. Tried by jury and convicted; grind from 800 acres more. The refuse that did not suit our cases by no
Write without fear and without 'with another! ear'IItted with the solid of tailoring novelties. jl f .
k ; motion for new trial denied. Sentenced from the cassava, after extract means but now we have decide thatit fee to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. uxle, which bus been In the same serv Price low and s&tlsfao -

.J to 18 months in prison ing the starch is dried and ground is not our calling to Run t the Mr. T. Dolan, of Madrid Perkins Co., Nebr.,. ice. The axle Is made: under .the Mer- lion BL.b.oldtaly *. _, wV ,

i Sam Gould, a subject of the German up, selling- at $12 per- ton for stock erment & we will let well anuff gov- write of:Dr."I Pierce'WAA cured Favorite. of painful Prescription periods by, and theuse ruder patent and> tbe advantages V an toed. Cavil aoort.4uevri,' \ t

Empire, was duly made a cltuen oi feed, his Compound Extract of Smart-Weeu. I think claimed! for it a(" less weight lower
Dr Pierce'medicine the best in the world."
; the United States. alone & leek other things that will "Favorite the'Testimony cost.and greater fc-jrvlcc. The manufacture .
has
f a Richard C. Thomas' pleaded &guilty: VELVET BEAMS ARE BCARCK. suit. us Better & now we will try the of thousands Prescription"of women to its- of the hollow axle is much simpler .

L to aggravated assault, and was sentenced J.V.. Emerson has recently returned thing that we should have done I complete cure of womanly diseases. Do nxle. operation than that of the solid Ii'r.. KOESTEK.

to fine of $100 to check for not accept an unknown and unproved
pay a or serve one party a .
} some years pass & now we will try substitute in its place. e -- -- ---- -- -- ---- -- --
ten months in jail. $150, and to another a check for old Adam iostrucktion The sluggish liver made active by the ..o-o+o..ooo.o.oooo.o..o..o.o.o.oo..oTIIE

:r The jury for the session consisted $650, sent him for the purchase of man by use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.

,A of O. M. Brown B..N. Stephens, C, velvet. beans. Mr. Emerson says be working the soil & see cant we get --. --.-. _. --- > _

,sbn a W. Glascow, Daniel Blackwelder, : will not be able to supply more than more out of it than we have got out BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.

: John Welsh'\ D. P." Laws and T. H. on .forlh the demand for velvet of other things which we have trifle S. LeQin'nn of Cavendish, Vt., was '
.1 Webb beans this season. This should be NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
for robbed of his customary health by invasion -
the few that we have .
t Court to farmers. pass years of Chronic When .
(it adjourned for tbe term at pointer our -Apopka Constipation.
I ooon Wednesday. Citizen. ben turnaloose all tho- it may take Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into .

'ij; __ ___ several years for the majoyrity of his. house, his trouble was arrested and DE LAND, $ f FLORIDA. : i
t 4 BILL B01\O GOOD ROAD BONDS. now he's entirely cured. They're guar \
k i\\ ADAM SCHANTZ DKAII. us to fall in line for the most of us anteed to cure 25c at W. A. Allen's! !

/" -- With $400,000 for good roads are not yet tame & the old max and Geo; W. Fisher's drug stores. DeLAXD'S LEADING LOCAL PAPER. '
.
Hillaboro will set the for road .
s One> of Daytona's Leading Citizens pace t
som is that if you wants to tame a I
-
Suddenly Passes Awny.Daytona building in Florida. Judiciously A gentleman born and raised in Illinois
N' expended that amount of Bird is to put salt on his tail & it defeated four distinguished/ Florida ] One Dollar Per Annum
money 0
t April 21.-Adam Scbantz, .:
<, ought to make it one of the most may takes a Ton or 2 of,ice & a carload crackers for governor. A gentle. .' \
one of Dayton's most progressive citizens man born and raised in Connecticutwas Single Copies Five Cents @ '
,is deal.: desirable counties! to nettle in, be- of salt to tame our peoples I elected speaker of the Florida '.' t'

He bad apparently recovered froma cause of the comfort and convenience but Little by Little we may get a I house of Representatives: and yet, Advertising Rafts Reasonable' '' ;' I
of its good roads and the con- some people dare insinuate that sectional
severe attack some weeks ago: and nuff to save our peoples tho it will prejudice exists in Florida. :
1y' r
enhancement of
was about town Saturday and Sunday. Bfquent. Good road building propertyvalues. in Hills- takes time pation & persavationgood --- BOOK AM) JOB) PKINTE1IS.{ : !
It Re leaves a' wife and several HERBINE CURES ,
boro will be watched with interestby pluck & a Little grace to ,
children. He was about (G5 j;) years of .
Fever and Ague. will .
age. He had made all preparationsto the people of the other counties. Bring about a new Resolution A dose l.usually Letter and Bill Heads, .
I Mop a chill, a continuance always Envelopes] : Statements, ,,'
retire from active business i and amoung our peoples which will .
FLORIDA CANTALOUPE CROP. cures. Mrs. Wm. M. Strou'd. Midlohian Engraved and Printed Cards, '
was contemplating a tour of Europe. Bring them to the place where they : Texas. May 31, 1899, writes: "We Engraving and Color I'rlnlfn1!, -+- 'S r!
--- The refrigerator people hive because need culture have used Herbine in our family for 8 Program/ Menus and Invitations, '
,\ PORT 0NGe.8peol made a careful estimate to the cantaloupe belongs we more years, and found it the best medicinewe Itubber Stampa: Seal Presses, Stencils, '

r acreage in the state. Alongthe & not so much fame of care I have ever used, for la grippe bilious Large a nd i-Mnnll Posters. Handbills, Stickers;
>U Correspondence. fever, and malaria." all drug- Advertising Novelties Fans, Calendars, X line of the Seaboard Air Line, believe in Eggercation & do not say Soc. at
Port 20. Mr. Need- gists. Newspapers Printed Whole or ID Part. p : a
Orange, April there 2500 Atlantic Coast Line ; 4. '
are ; that we dout need' it but what good "

ham's house is It going. up'It fast.will be Theyare fin 3000. Largest acreage on the S. A. s. it to us if we have not got no "The first thing to ;done'; ," said ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY\ FURNISHED.The \ ':
enclosing mow
L. is at Anthony, where 1004 acres the committeman in an importanttone ,y.
ished by tbe time the owners want togo have been planted. wber to use it & no practis to put itto Is to' 'organize. Therefore" .2s.rs.rs.na.-(').-('). -.--o+oeoO+O+OeO

'I north. Simmons Bennett i* the The this in this delicious after we have ben Eggercated fort "I beg your pardon' ," said an older I
acreage year 1
member We have not been pbo'o- '
builder.
I product is double that of will only Degrade our Standingfor graphed yet." ,
,.
,
i l Elijah McDonald returned from Ml- ,\ last season. The east coast is once after we have had a Little ----* Racket Store, ,?
ami with his party of eight and started
just experimenting in the plant. then thinks & WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES.I .

d down the river the next day with a The Eustvrlinga, Martin: Marion that'e:Learnning cannot we work with our Hand says was much afflicted( with sciatica, j. A. ;ERICKSOIYT, Proprietor, : .
party of six more. His boat pays him ,
'I county, have the largest cantaloupe writes-Ed. C Nud I lowaville,. Sedgwick "' BY GOODS, SHOES. HATS. NOTIONS, NOVELTIES JEWELRY .
well. and mussels to Earn a Liveiug & ;
fl farm iu the world 800 The
acres. Co., Kan., "going about on crutches MUSICAL-INSTRUMENTS:\ )JIL'SIU; ETC.
MrCarter; who ban been living in prospects are bright for a good thinks that it it a Jisgrce to be cout and suffering a deal of pain, I was induced

v Mrs. Fox's house In the lower part of crop. The 20th of May is set for doing Laboring work & the nex to. try Ballard's Snow Liniment Agent for the SINGER,'tbe Lett. Mnrliiie! in the world. All kinds of'

the town, will] move up to lrll.Jilrohln'8 the forward movement of the which relieved me. I used three .soc. Sewing Machines uj Bind std lads fniLitl! ed., '
?i crop. thing is a gamberling den & other .
house a* soon as her northern bottles It i is' the greatest 'liniment I '
i ,, .i. 1... t, tarits leave for their homes. La>t season the average shipment Lude Housses from there to the ever used: have: .recdm'mentled-it ro a Best and cheapest HARNT: hI''ll I e cily.t HnrrrFC ipraiud rronj''lly 1
was a car to four acres. This sea- number o'f aI1."ex..resi themselves g- A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR f SHOP IN
'persons: CONNECTION.
Dr DuBois and wife have gone to chain gang & fr..m there to deggre- .trti :
son, to
owing so many more embarking as beiiitf-be-nefitlecl by it. I now
DeLand to visit Dr. Bracey's family. in the business, it is dation or some other place & you walk without crutches, able to perform -

tY Mrs. Drummond and daughter bave thought it will take six acres to fill may Name it & ,J I; will in dorse just "a great deal of light labor on thefarm' '!! kti! .'FYs 6 k'ftil6Nlfh Kf1F9s!k1'9a6lrP'4! !!\s1bR'Fisi4tl.! !!'4!4S4h f ',S4ft! .41,! .i!' NsN7tfriltt! !: 6'c'''WMIIl
returned from Ponce Park. a car but then it all the 230 Soc. and. $1.00 at all drug- '
depends on .
Dr. lIe ler has had a boathouse built Let look what a good Shoe we had in gists. __ / .. .". 4.. .m For ':E? : I-' '
it will be
"t for his launch. season. us hope a petting an industril School & farmin ---- -- I It. a ea.sa: t Time:: ::: .1.
successful one.FRUITS The junior 'curate In an English .
"' } t Mr. and Mrs. Ha IT left on Friday for our com unity a few years a go & church was preaching on reasons for : .--.GO TO 1HF.. is'! p'. .*:.*..

'c j their home on Long Island I then let it fail by hot haveing the coming/ to worship. Some people, be ";
Dr. Shoeing: and wife left here last remarked come to church for no bet. i !
r L week for Seabreeze to try what saltwater AND FLOWERS.The light materal with grit & pluck to ter reason than to show off their fine t .A.: Q, -C- .9.2'. :I: O.,: 0 L CE3::

baths will do for the doctor'shealth. carrie it on was because we no call clothes. Pausing and glancing ,
4 .
thoughtfully over the audience, he added
pouch blossoms hi-fore the lenvE'sappE'ar.
big guns wanted t>t be Big before : "I am thankful to pee, .dear [ .

('4, r, ; Mr.1- Temple's family and Mr. AppenzeUer's The apple pentoiitl cherry put out they had not grown to where they here friends for, that that reason"none of. you have come :L1ouae: feat tifql J..l\kes f oir IJoati'lj{. ,

family returned Saturdayfrom their haves l bt>tore blo omlng. could obtain ounerti & other things .

their trip down the river with a It tnkos a year or two for "raspberries"' !> that i could'say but will not at this CCONPESSIONS Sgilbogts, o'\bof\ts?, \ Ggrloes f qt< 2jexlt.No .... .

w t)f good, Florida complexion. I to reach their heat 1"111'111cOII.llt1f1n/ OF A PRIEST.
-.-.-.-- writing for our peoples cannot stand
f-v rkintA wanted eHi><>flally for flmvpr- Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., I. ,
tK Cal A neat little experiment! hi electricity I Ing should nover be allowed to produce sound docktrlus but they must Re- writes "For 13 years .1 suffered from ll'e f oft ldtIjission to G1'Otl'l'a '

'y is to soak half a sheet of stout foolscap I 8C'( .1. To prevent this cut off nil the! old member that I am Speaker for the Yellow Jaundice. 'I consulted a numberof .
vl t paper! In water, drying It rapidly flowers as soon as they wither. physicians and tried all sortl' of Clqb,101.1se) Opeqo \t\e\ Pq'biic.Parties :VJ .
I before fire I House so come my friends & let,me medicines but relief. I be. :1" ,'.
a spreading", It while warm | Repotting plants becomes( net."snr.v got no Then
on a varnished table or dry woolenS at Intervals from two consideration\ here from your Rev "Win! King gan the use'of Electric Bitter and feel .,

cloth and then rubbing the surface The plant uses up tho available fertility that I am now cured of a. disease that m Can Have the Use of DIning-Room and Kitchen, lith Dishes, ,

j sharply with n piece of India rubber. !I In the sol] and fills the pot with roots. had me in its grasp for twelve yean." etc. at Moderate Rates. '

., ,The paper becomes so electrified that I. In repotting plants It Is well to nlmke Death of L. S. Morrison. If Liver you,and'want Kidney a reliable trouble medicine, stomach for .. t.:. :

it will stick to a smooth wall or look. off whatever earth can be separated ..
log glass or attract bits of tissue paperlike without breaking and Injuring the After quite a long I sickness, L. S.. disorder or general debility get Elec- coo> ra -
tric Bitter It's
guaranteed by W. A. .FLOOli{ AJfB .NO'fO
4 l s a magnet and on being laid upon roots. Then water and shade fur n few Morrison died at .Seabreeze Monday Allen and G. W. Fisher. Only soc PT =< :v\qCi>1g| : .

'. a japnnned tea tray which Is I stood upI days. morning. The body was brought overland "1 "* "

on three thoroughly dry goblets will The yew tree, almost destitute of to Orange City, cemetery on There will be 40,000 boxes of orangesshipped rltefresbments.will be en Sale *
every Thursday, with Music In ]
Iy cause the tray to give out branches bark, the
.. sparks at a or grows In the CnnonUK Tuesday. .:The funeral was attended form Crescent City-next fall. evening for Dancing. '
touch of tbe anger. to n hclarht_ _. of.. _from_ __ fill_ to n sal___ _font__. I I NJ wonder people are feeling better. f .
J.? ------c--: -- ....--. --- ---- -- and a diameter of a little over 2 feet.It by a number of the members of Myrtle .' A..Elltltt2tiilttil76.aIItA{ 'II1O.RI r.Ko.itl.'IIr.'II1II1IIIIf.1ll1ll! :W4l li>:; ,!.$ ( 4r/ntJtititSltiiSi/ { .:.
Lodge No. 21h K. of P.'of -- __
Is considered' superior to mahogany which -- ------- -- ,;1\
"fie rails his ofllce a dental parlor. -
and Is almost Indestructible except by the deceased'was a member. Tbe Inn't, that ridiculous?: ,, :'

THE OLD RELIABLE fire service at the grave was read by Prelate "It is. Indeed. He should call It a "

S. A. Wood of the Lodire. The drawing-room. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY 'j

Vegetable "..I..... I body was accompanied from Sea. _.

OY4 The antiscorbutic properties of breeze by Mrs. Morrison,. his wife; DE LAND, FLORIDA.-
taln vegetables and fruits are In .
cer'l I
cases of fully equal value to tbelr Mr*. Davenport, his sister 'and her One Cent a Word IN AFFILIATION WITH t

z daughter, Miss Helen Sheldon. ;
tritive qualities and the amount of "
"
potash salt and mild vegetable salts Leo Morrison was a brother of D. A. Advertisements of ten W'ords'ol' more under r THE. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. ;:\

thus contributed to the blood 1* well Morrison, who resided for many yearsin thin bead Inserted for ONE CENT A WOHD' ,
understood by physicians. The rhu' DeLand. Mr. Morrison came to cash In advance: eaoh adVertlsument'. PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOB WORK IN THE OTHER. I I

h J barb stalk In noted In this respect for Orange about 1800 .. i
City and ran 'a drugstore COLLEGE -.....,;
FOR RENT. or LIBERAL
the' malic acid and blnoxalnte of ppt-' ARTS COLLEGE or LAW
here. He was afterwards* married
ash which .It..contains. The '1 1d1t7 of to Miss Spencer, daughter Mr. F OB nBVT-Cottnifeon Boulevard north of ACADEMY SCHOOL or TECHNOLOGY ;eN 1,
the lemon orange and other species of _' Odrtngton.: Jt7, untum1abed. Apply to O. O.
''WYO the genus citrus Is caused by the abundance and Mrs E. D. Spencer of thl place.] NORMAL r AND PMACTICE: SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN .BUSINESS COLLEGE 'II

of citric acid in their Juices; Later they moved to Seabreeze, where FOR SALE.. SCHOOLS OF MUSIO
that of the cherry, plum, peach .Mr. Morrison has been In the AND ARTLaw
pear engaged
FOR SALE-BU-room' house barn,. nod ...,J<6
AKIN. and apple from the malic acid in their drug business., rnbl", hay mow, shed for toolfi 1 r Ore Graduates admitted to Practice In Florida without Examination.: ,
pulp that of gooseberries and currants acres land oltir water and seat well fruit ,.. A Complete System of Correlated
; work In
reerapo vines, etc. 4700 cuab. P..r'.o' Manual Trulnln,,.
r ..-red, black and white-from a mixtureof tit I.. Inquire of C. M. ot Mr*. I. J; BrokawAREAL An Adequate- and Competent Faculty of instructors ..
w POWDER malic and citric acids; that of grapes'Crow The cow men In the vicinity of New A Well Selected aud Comprehensive MutMum
Smyrna started ,S tASHREGiSTEa, : ideal. new. ,forwleehea. Over 800,000 In Building 1
a mixture of malic and tartaric I out recently to round Inquire New.tllfue. U A and Equipment.
h .acids; that of the mango from citric up their cattle. On account of ;- -----.I. Splendidly Equipped Gymnasium
the t
; JU>!!lrateb',pure acid and a very fugitive! essential oil; I heavy rainfall: flooding the \ K3TATK: FOR SALI: >*, \" A" Library of over 12.000 Volumes. "
range cat I O M
THIKE IS NO SUBSTITUTE that of the tamarind from a mixture ( tie are not looking a* well UPR.8AI.E-1S .ores J...... cleared and 'For further Information add,..* tlui'Prealdent,
a usual JT fudo d
: food condition
&..*.citric. : malls and. tartaric .cid..,' I I..this .prlnff.-SmjrrnaBreeze.. "' .ore. wild. Title '"'"... for*..cuUlvatloqi.IT Se .*,* J ', \\t 4.J.'I.N."'. r.k'foo. .....! _, ... ,,1oUM: Dae1y D.F sad. ."Otf\l4.P "O''I''a. pH>. D.. D......... fai4r '
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