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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: May 1, 1903
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VOL: xvn, NO. 18. DE LAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY FLOIUDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1903.( i I SINOI.B S1.OO MH COIFBB.YIH,Fiw IN AovAMoa CKNTB lfti aM

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-TUE LEaDlNO 00000000000000000000000000o able distinction. There la too much

- Professional andBusiness o o Pastor Oates' swimming with the current nowadays. Special} go DREKA & CO.. &

The world needs men who can standalone '

Men o O Excellent Sermon 2 o when necessary. Your motto, g iiw XIIADIITCI ic L '. T' 'ar

-OF DE LAND.1:0 .-..;:. 00000000000000000000000000SUNDAY represented by the three links, Is 't, it

Friendship, Love, Truth.
was the 8Uh anniversary SPECIAL
ae.YIDAzBAERECBEM.D., Your order teaches that hasa A
t no one
Fellowship In the United cil was MerchandiseOldest
right to live for himself that no
;
States. Magnolia Lodge of DeLand for the
and purpose
Physician Surgeon.New
the the blessIngs
one has right to enjoy -
celebrated the day in a very fitting etc. The salary
York Ave.. DeLand. Fla. Office MouriIDA. of the Common Father alone or
: '
manner, by marching in a body to the for the
M to U II.; n to*and T to II P. M.PEO. to shut up hid bowels of compassion! ensuing Established House in the City
Baptist church, where Rev. J. E. per month, and
A. DAVIS, M. D., towards the needy and distressed of: I i
Oales had kindly consented to preach shal was t4; ; >
the earth. Selfishness, the great sin 1
a sermon for them. budget as GOODS NOTIONS n
Physician and Surgeon, : AND ,
of humanity, should. be avoided, and N
Clerk . . .
The church well filled. The
... Office Hours 8.A. r.to U so; 1 to Sand 7 to was benevolence, the treat principle of:
Treasurer. . .
ur.it.
decorations
:' I Special! attention to mldwlfey and surgery were especially appropriate your fraternity, should be practiced. Marshal . . SPEOIALTIES.! s
Calltauaweredatanyhour.. OIHou In resIdeiicti to the occasion. The service was ,
.
There Is no diversity of opinion as Engineer .
Indiana of Court
Avouue, west
., Huuee..L the same as usual, with good music "y l to the beauty and many advantages :Night watchman York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard. ...WeLzrand
the choir aud Mid Shell: mine
..'. MACIMARMID, M. D., congregation. lof friendship.: It is Rood to forget Sanitary man .
JOHN ? : nolo and Mr. = : IF'loriclei.
Spalding a Sharp:
sang/
t | self, with all its little aches and pain, Fire and water. .
Physician and Surgeon. and Ml4 , with all its little hates and grudges I :

!, ... A General Practitioner not a Specialist. took for his subject; a part oi the j' A celebrated man said: -'The great Electric lights !i +0+
.fix "1) Office over Flbh"r'n Drug Store. Hours: V to 11th verse of the ninth chapter of business of life has been to General : .
my get
\. :eJtoi..ud7toli. Judges: bhall::: I leave; iny IIweelne',1Ian "
t away from myself. Alexander con- Total tteal Estate Office

A. 9. MUNSON,Tj1.Homeopathic. wy good fruit, aiiU go to be promoted quered the world, but fell a prey to The budget
the tre -..'" The eutue
over
melancholy and even envied Dioge ture of about $ aMouses
Physician. subject wan com prided: In Judges, ix, ; a
nes In bin tub. David and Jonathan than this year.
Office second door south ot label's drug store 8-15. Following is a synopsis of the :: :For: Renat
Ottloe. Hour lu tola A. M.; U to 0 and 7 to give to the world one of the moat priated, the : ,

S P..M. excellent sermon: memorable instances of friendship in $2,500 to $:,000.$

The scene where this parable .was all history. What an opportunitythere W. A. Allen
D$W.8. TATU.OR }
uttered carries us back to the time of was for jealously, but instead three regl City Lots, Residences

SurgeonDentist.Office the Judges./ Gideon bad died, who we read their soul were knit to- night watchman and
Unimproved Property.
a had ruied Israel .with a "strong, hand; gether, each one striving for the contractors
over Fleher'a Drug Store. DeLand, Fla
his 70 son bad been: slain by Ablw- well-being of the other. Let us then clocks two years

e JAMES E. ALEXANDER. elech except Jotham. The people then cultivate a true spirit of friendship.Dr. C. O'Neill was Property of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Pail :J "a,

came together to make Abiinelech Cuthrle says: 'A friend is one for building a 4

Attorney-at-liaw. king by the plain; ol the pillar that whom I can trust; one who in sorrow's of Rich avenue O

t r Will Practice In State .and Federal CourtaUWees ; : was in tonecheoi. Now the hills arc.not hour will mingle his tears with mine; Church IItreet.Councilman. sold for Taxes redeemed. 'It ;'
: Kooms 1 and :2, llruab Block, iicLAMD. -
1.... ,FLORIDA. far apart on that ever memorable one on whose support I can reckon 1

FISH plain. In the clear eastern aimos I when my back is at the wall." An- committee of / j J, IR "W"ettirll: : R

}1 BERT phere a voice could be distinctly heard other thing for which your order printing of the
Abstract Office, between Pout Office and Bank.
across the intervening distance. stands In ,truth, i. e., reality. Wickbam was

Attorney-at-Law, When' the people were gathered together Goethe says: booths for the I -KM<>--rOO-K! >HX-O>H>rO4K +O- f8lO16tQ y

1 Practicing- all State and Federal Courts. Abiuieiech king h ._ ._ "_
to make : ,
ii' Civil or Irlmluul busluwui given curefu "Truth in the hovel li truth (till.
'" atteutlon. Jolham appeared ou an abutting rockon : A Me on the throne it itill a lie. FROM ..

the side of Gerizim, within sight': Truth In the hovel on Hi way to victory; POLICY WILL DO
J JAMES W. PERKINS, A lie on the throne Is on its way to defeat .
and hearing of the people, but beyondthe Senator Mallory

Law. reach of tbp r"!, and uttered the "Seize upon truth wherever tie found, One : almost wonderful and ce

1. Attorney-at words this ancient parable-Judges Amongst your friends,amongst your foes )' highly satisfactory. 1 ,,
,
: On Christian or on heathen !ground Tallahassee, ,
i i- Solicitor Criminal Court of R ord. Will. |>i'ac- will raise :from the:: a-h M
lx 815. money
The flower divine wher'erlt grows.
, lice In all courts wllblu the State ol t'lor. tion of Senator
W... Ulnae over Vulualu County Jlank.VOLUSIA burned don home or store. J '
Now there wall to the fig tree no ex- The man who sacrifice truth, from any motive as United Mates P'f

COUNTY cellency like that of meeting ade- la a traitor, quietly and pay many thousand per cent i A'
ABSTRACT COMPANY, its The man who loves truth is a !rood man. and enable the holder to r' '
quately Its own ends and fulfilling bitter, faction;
The man who love it more than. his life,Is a his residence or to make ant: f'
.. 3.'wILSON MANAGER.
own purpose. In the gracious orderingof Hero." April. There /
In business.
Abstracts furnlelieit and lines purfocled. Providence it had a part to play, vote Mr. Ware, .
Vuiuklu County Bank, The third link elands for love.
Next to
De....nd..I"I... :. an idea to interpret and embody. In from FIRE INSURANCE
"Thou shall love thy neighbor as
.
the working out ol this. Idea it had a Republican In the '

A. .B. HUTCH1N80N, glory peculiarly its own. Now, If it thyself. All we have opportunities nomin.ittil. N a speculation ; it'sn neceesit3
let do good unto all men. 11
Notary Public. had turned on one side and become us cola and votid mil us to write you up a )policy. st '
_ And the Lord made you to abound in '
o king of, the trees and had not carriedout could nut receive '
Dealer in Real Estate. thU purpose the world would have luve to one another and toward all hU motion.but B. WRIGHT, Dc *and, Tla, ,

men." I love here includes
Taxes paid and aaacajiraentg attended to fo been the loser. The fig tree was not suppose Coouilis just,the

non-reildenta.. l>........... da.If trees practical philanthropy. Love is larger -- -,-- .---,-. --__--_-_. .
\ created to be a king( among ; nor The election ; -u
in its scope than friendship. Friend ; '
,J "
was the honor of ruling for a moment striking-contrast
ship is limlt.ed.but love takes in all.I .
\ T. ALLEN N. D., Pa.D. comparable with the honor of abiding of United 1 1BERY&KEN1
take It that love larger than
truly In Its own life, and of yielding your past the Le 4"G.
1 order 1
Oculist and Aurist. in the fullness of its season its rich hours!, days and
Christ taught us this in the parableof
4 DeLand Mondaysover AU u'.DrugStore and golden treasure to the year's har the good Samaritan. Philanthropy valuable time In

Orlando WvdueBdnye, Lnrtlljue'n House vest In the living of its own distinctive cluing and "
I overleaps all disfranchising caste
Ocala Thur iltt. j..Monti itunm life, In the doing! of Its own pe ; tion of a senator, Horse Shoeing,
G..lne.vlll.. ; S.\urdIlY., Drown Home all national boundaries; all differ
collar work, was Its duty and highest lature, about 13 ;

success. What was truth for the fig eecea of wherever race; it acknowledges therein need.brotherhood This to Georgia In the / Wagon Making, "

THE tree was truth for the olive and the a quorum and
Is out in the beau- S
'ti ill Continue Open graphically brought
vine, and what was truth for these a nenator. I
WINTER and Jobbing.E1MOR.Y '
tiful
parable the Good Samaritan.The Repairing .
Daring the Summer was truth for every creature in God'suniverse. The people
spirit of it la carried out in
HOME: your
The real measure of success the new order of ; .
the sick in b r-: =
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.# And lollvlti the patronage of the traveling 'is" the exact measure of self.ful visiting ; your providing hers of the --
pubUo,also parties at home desiring board. nurses; in your care for the wid-
.- fillment. The perfect man, according the primary :
i TRANSsltNTRATeS I $2.00 PER DAY ow and the orphan. How rich then First.ClassVork..
'. Large,Cool Boom and Good Table.J. to the :Greeks, consisted In the activity business.A : F

.. E. COEN. of man as man. ,Jesus became for can be our life-your life; rich In joint 1 Reasonable Prices.
friendship, rich in love rich in all the
us the Ideal man. How then can I bea proposing an
varied relations of life. Snail I turn ? '
TURNER HOUSE, man? How then can I fulfill my mission stltutlon, and i \
aside\? Shall I not fulfill mission
in life? The world wants men- my "The regular t SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSe:.
In life?
-OP"1f ALL THE VEAB- large hearted, manly men; men. .who ture shall be held .... ,
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Corner New York and Florida Avenue. shall join its chorus and prolong the But man has also under the quickening mencing on the ' '

DeLand. Florida. influence of the spirit, the ca-
psalm of labor and the psalm of love. the first \
homelike.
Looatloa pleasant bealtby and .
pacity of loving and serving God. Religion
t' Bate, II.BO per day. ""Special rate bv for The age wants her eil. should be a part of man's life on the

.. wrek. E. 1). Motcoo, Prop. ((1.) The human life is more than as much as eating or drinking. What fourth year I 0

the animal life. The aim of man ernor may t 4
,. BENNETT HOUSE were the eagle without Its wings? The .
should not be merely to produce brawn session by his
Irreligious man is one who lives in

t. MBS. O. M. BENNETT, PROP. and muscle. Man can never become disuse of hit highest and moat joy- sessions of the / '

,. an strong J as the lion or- as good an What would tend to sixty days 0 OOLLEGE :
produ-.in
New York avenue DeLand, FloildaBates athlete as the monkey.. Hence'prtze powers. you lion convened by
think of who boarded the
to ,8 week a man up
11 to t2 per day; $5 per because we exceed thirty
a disgrace-rnot
fights are
windows of his beautiful home and '
'
> Special rate for famllie, *or for.aBOD. of A bill has OXFORD GEORGIA. -1OO3OXFORD I
; do not believe In the advantage by preference lived In the cellar. It pa I. 1836- ,
bodies but because we do not priating $;,000
H. C. HAVEN strong ia a grand thing to be a man. It Is no :fir'
believe in any one's living for the sole a history of r
mean thing for'man'. heart to beat

Artesian:: Well Contractor, purpose of only developing physical in sympathy with Gdd' great heart; The ia situated on a high riJge in the healthiest section rj
Swayne's scalp,
trength. to hold fellowship with the infinite Georgia, where there are no local causes to r a

Dealer In Aermntora Tank ((2.) To develop the intellect Is not Shall I leave sweetness and bly be passed a '
and Pumping Maoblneiy. one, my ment. He is sickness. The College will continue to malce .Terjr< f
Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. living the full human life. Mans my good fruit for any considerationof
furnished : y
well ;
rupt, now in the to seud forth men
DeLand. Florida. a thinking machine, but he is far pleasure, gain or worldly applause as past, young '
'
'. more. If it were 'pOll sible to develop No; by no means. I wish to live in Representative physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Chmtlau1.u h 'ft sy#
viding that
SMITHAND men's intellects exclusive of their the exercise:: of all my powers and to h I '

Y BLACK ilgher'powers, which; thank Ood,.-,1t fulfill Clod's great purpose with me. sessed the by the House Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.D., and S.B. "' +

Is not, we should have devils and not passed '.
walk in lif. +
has for
,
-- AND -- The House are designed to lay broad foundations any

men. JleeUuJr of Ex>C nf<>derates. concurrent it for election of I.tudies
.. the Sophomore opportunity given
WAGON SHOP It Is when we contemplateman the year
) only,
((3. .
in his relation to his complete environment It U hoped and believed that the posed of three in the direction of the atl1den special aptitudes.The .

All kind of Repairing call for a meeting here of the ex-Con the Senate and

Done Promijtly and at that we,get' a'glimpse of federates, On. Monday next, will be House, to
i Kea _bU Fricea.HOBSESHOEINQ the richness of the life- his creator revision of the Central Dlulnir HI1 will offer good food at actual oat not toeaoihn
to
well attended., It I U too early yet {
intended.. him to live. Corresponding I Akeraof, dollar.per mouth. Furnished" rooms are let at one dollar pelf month for Mi"c
{ A SPECIALTY, of these relation. there ,I hold out'tbe usual Inducements of lent compilation 1'. This*>tem I I. under the Immediate. supervision of member el tke'TMV y
to one ,
every some. tine speaking and a good dinner. state. It was' ,,who 1*aulated by competent and experienced matron srt

7 'SCOTT HODGKINS'' i. some faculty- .within man which they We hope these may_ come after tbe 'office of E. __ .. .U. w lit:
He responds to tbe".ip.peal > DeLand. .
I appeal to.domesticaffection to the awhile. For the present then, let the All necessary! ,expenses for the college year may be broughk ,.
for appeal -
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old' soldiers be. moved, by a patriotic "
Deafness> $175.00. :
holD the callof'his'
1 ba. 'ever''equalled it. for love a friend, to continually
Nothing and
; desire to set on foot keep by local applications, ,
forpatrlotUm to nature -
'Nothing can-.ever lurp..lt. country In motion an organization which diseased portion of
I for the appreciation of the web- ODD way to our*' TERM OPEKS SuprrEainiau 17,1901/
of the word keep
.hall ,
I Iq every sense ititutlonal remedies.<<
r' derful and beautiful, and so on. the feeling of old an inflamed
burning
brightly C
I ; Dr. King'sNwDUcovtry We hue ,worshiping-with" this the Eustachian I '
: of'theln- comradeship, one which In the piping flamed you have a ; I

morning Magnolia. Lodge time of peace..seeks\ social and char- Deaf feet *. Is htresult For! catalogue and other information; address

dependent O der J "Of Od te.Uowsj We '-lnter6ut8'twltneach'%other, mation can M JUu ''!
have them worsblpwltaus stored to Its normal ace

for' T itt'lfA are this glad morntngrWe to + beau llk" .4h: Qdd'Fellow lrdarnelt battteflrfdAEWen rather thaw' Ihe'sterner, o'clock duties a.m. of In the the Inflamed oauMti destroyed by condition forever Catarrh o I Jades E. Dickey; Presi'dettitr;' \ ;

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next The state :I
', DsLAXD VOMMIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, year. press nearly 0 00000000000000000000000000Orange BLACK : : s:I =

always represents public aeniment in City April 29.-Major :I i J i
wood-working machinery "N"
BY-. THE BLUE II I
througeout the state. Of course, so .
Hall has now been placedIn Kingman of Palmetto Cottage got '
TilE NEWS PUBLISHING COMFAN1Incorporated. : I
far there other announced O Ii
. are no position and the connections made INDELIBLE
+ ( .) up a picnic Thursday to go to De- ; K'j
candidates, and with aome it may with house. The students o i i I II

; OHBIS. O. CODBISOTON be that Colonel Davis is "Hob on's are working on the lathes and areturniDaI' Leon Springs. There were eight in COPYING :.I........................ ,..................................... .
out some very nice articles. the party. They had a fine time.D. .
Business Manager and Editor. choice." The Stetson Juniors played a
frame
"" of ball with the town students Mon- P. Graves and Mrs. Fred Fin- Paste ..

OIIe Year"..Subscription..;.............Bates..,...".,'.... .SI 0 I Congressman James D. Richardson day nine and six.were beaten and by a score of: ney left Friday for Eau Claire Wis. I Mucilage e
to Campbell ,
.... .,.. ... ....... .. Curry were
Blx months.>. 1 I of Tennessee, the Democratic the battery for the Juniors; Grlsard Mr. Finney and Mrs. S. 0. Fuller .
When paid In advance, When not paid liK Woodward fur the town students. And Desk Supplies o t
advance mid 60 per cent. leader, announces that he will not accompanied them as far as NeW'Smyrna. ,
1 Miss Edith Searle left today for ,
be candidate for re-election. Mr.
t.nd In tin poitoffic* at. DeLand Florida,. a Daytona, where she will spend Satur- .

;( ; t a* Mcoad clan matter.dyerttetnj Richardson is a 33rd degree Mason, nay and Sunday with Miss Elizabeth We are glad to say Mrs, John .0 FISHER'S.
'
/ rates turmaheil on applicationAddreaa and at the head of Scottish Rite Silvernall.
Graham, who Las been quite ill for O
Professors< Smith, Paine and Bald.
Communications\ and ninkibecks
or money order payable to tbe com Masonry in this country. He will win spent last Saturday at Lake the past two weeks, is much im .oeeoeoooooe ge e Oeeooo

?' papy.at PeLand Fla._ devote his entire time to Masonryin Daugharty fishing' That U to say, proved.Mr. .
they went out supposedly for that t
1 FRIDAY MAY 1, 1903. the future.In purpose, but people who saw them John White and Dr. F. R. Furniture and Hardware Store '

say that most of the day was spent on Skinner drove to DeLand Thurs Orange City
shore near the lunch basket. The ,
ATTJCB: "CONGRESSMAN") JIM. the interest of purity, it ia to number of fish caught-three-sup day. \ 'before to keep from carrying stork over through the sum- q
win selllfood
't "Jjilr.fJIViJtaiiv the freight prepaid,on all orders ot
Station in county
t g The editor of the West Palm be hoped that the fathers and ports this theory.Mr. Mr W. D. Heebner is much improved mer.eluWor Goods and"I'E? all1; Railroad '

Beach San, which is by the way mothers of DeLand do not allow Ray Johnson who was forcedby from her illness.
w recent 10 SELECT FROM.
the death of his sisterlnlaw to return I A FINE SELECTION OF GOODS
::1 : of the best their children to read tbe Stetson WM. KOLMANOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .
f., one weekly newspapers home before the exam last Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm moved /wM
in the "have it in" If they do an Inno term, did not return to Chicago this
to -
state appears organ. many -------- --- -- --
t into their home last week.
quarter, but to re-enter in own '
expects !
11 w. for Attorney James E. Alexander cent child will be ruined. The paper xuggeslions for the future. This address -
Miss Alma made visit
Halliday a
i who ia a candidate for congress is not fit to be taken into any May.Mr.. Willis Blackman, who spent lo Enterprise Saturday.Mr. g o Annual Convention la of to Jacksonville.be printed in A tbe memorial Times-

DeLand home that know of. last winter in Stetson, is to be mar Union
"lit' In recent issue the Sun we
". a says: ried soon to a young lady in Chicago Wm. D. Heebner i ia buildinga | Of the "'. C. T. U. g servIce for the "promoted'' members ,

James Alexander, tbe erstwhil be Misses Emery, Galpin, Pearl and large barn, carriage house, packing 00000000000000000000000000 I I was feelingly conducted by Rev. E: ')

1 secretary for United States Senator the second anniversary Ruby Spaulding, Mrs. Spangler and house and fertilizer room, all Tues Springer Oliver and the reports of ;s:
r Call, has for many years been af of the Jacksonville fire. The Mr Ray Brown leave tomorrow morning ABoUT 4 o'clock p. m., on superintendents was continued. The
i fllcted with various kinds of political for Daytona, where they will givean under one roof, at his home place. April 2l8t, four of De- monotony of this routine work was
strides this has made the .
n buzzings in his ear, and he now cily past entertainment that evening.Mrs. Mrs. George Knox has been Land's W. C. T. U. ladles might have broken by tbe enthusiastic singing of

d thinks he is in a fair way to butt two years are indeed phenomenal. Cochran, mother of Miss Cath- spending some time at Coronado been seen wending their: way toward our state song and respite exercises, sconducted s

I 'against congress. Jim, who by the erine Cochran, died suddenly at her the depot. Their'obje.Uve point vas
; J. Newcomb-
home lately. Her son Walter who is at by Mrs Lydia
; in St. Augustine this week. .
C.T.U.
t ; } way. is not altogether a bad fellow, Candidates are already announcing Kissimmee, where the: State W. Comings. These respite exercises are ,;.

s : was in Palatka the other day and themselves for office in Hilla- Lost-A pair of feet, in or near Stetson University, joins her on Convention was to be held. A a welcome feature of our conventions. ,

I gave out an interview to a news- East Hall. Return to Ray S. Brown, Friday evening and stays over Sun- pleasant ride of a few hours brou&htthem
boro county. The election does Room 24, Stetson Hall. The evening session was gracefully
in that town. Now if there to their destination, when they '
paper
From the Chemistry DepartmentA and efficiently presided over by our
not take place till November, day.Dr.
is anything\ on God'a green earth Jolly young/ chemistry- 'tough, F. R. Skinner, wife and niece, were escorted to the Baptist church own Minnie E. Neal, and was a feastof

i t that Jim likes better than any other I 1904. But Tampa is always foundin While making/! some compounded stuff, Miss Nellie Foster and Miss Nellie at which the meetings were to be good things. First, a lecture on .

F ? 'thing it ia to 'be interviewed,' aud the front rank. Dropped a match In the vial held. There, amid flowers and ban- Industrial Education, by Mra. S. H. 4
*
t he has the art down to a fine point. They And found after his a front while teeth and a cuff. Palmer) ,:_left Monday noon for their ners, the delegates to the conventionwere Comings: of Tampa, and then an ad- _

Knowing that Palatkans are still' home i in F.au;: Claire, Wis Mrs. welcomed right royally by citizens dress on Physical Education, by M rae.
fi in there 'of I' Andrew Carnegie has contributed Mrs. J. A. Smith's mother and sister of the town the president of Lydia J. Ne w coinl, Comiinr: which
hopes twenty years ago, are visiting Dean and Mrs. Smith at Palmer goes to a sanitarium in ,
illustrated with
: in bonds for the endow- gymnastic exer-
$600,000 was ,
Jim told them that when he to their W. C. T. U. and the "Y" branch
k went plantation east of town. Larwill Ind., for u few weeks' treatment the cUes. Mra. Comings charmed and i 'I
Congress that the big ships from ment of Brooker Washington's institute Dean Sear -"l\Jr. Benedict, have and by one of the tiny tots of the edified all with her strength and

New York would past right through a Tuskeegee, Ala. This is you been smoking in your room?" then will go on home. Loyal Temperance Legion./! These grace and the: pleasant way in which j '

f, Jacksonville without even blowing a probably the largest amount ever "Yes, sir, but the mosquitoes wereso Mr. and Mrs. Lippincott of Geneseo welcomes were cordially responded to the made plain to us our physical du I
bad in here that I had to drive them ties. { ,
; salute and would laud their cargoes given to a negro college out." (This settles the problem that I Ill., came in Tuesday to pay a by a delegate from Lake City, Mis. Thursday morning the routine work "

at the foot of Lemon street iu scientists have been working upon for visit to Mrs. E: A. II ill. Mr. John McCormick.Mrs. of the convention was resumed afterour

Aalatka. He told the Palatka negroes some time; namely: to find the pur- White is them the town L. E. Balmy of New York was usual morning devotions. During .

that when he went to Con Hon. J. M. Burrs of Jacksonvilleand pose for which mosquitoes were cre- showing on the program for an address, but tbe morning respite, exercises cleared
ated.) this brains and treed bodies and "
Wednesday morning. They our our .1
gress all negroes would be furnished Hon. J. E. Alexander of De- owing' to the late hour she favored us .
of discussion
A number of the young men now we were (given a treat by way a
with a medical preparation thai Land, are the two most talked of have a table to themselves In the dining leave this noon for home. only with a few breezy remarks, with conducted by Dr. E. O. Tayloron I

f.' would take the kinks from their candidates for Congress to succeed room. They claimed that the Mrs. J. A. Haley was in town promises of more during! the con t'eu the subject of on-Alcoholic Medication '

hair and that every man who voted Hon. R. W. Davis, who refuses to presence: of the young ]ladies so em- Tuesday on business.Mr. I tion" Mrs. Bailey conducted a newsstand During this discussion we ,

c, ;' for him would be put on tho govern be a candidate again. Barra and get barrassed enough them to eat.that they could not King and Miss DrueF.n...

meat pay roll and draw a fat salary Alexander are both good men and ladies could obtain temperance literature inateria medica.In .
Mr. J. Claude Reed has been !- ook in Sanford- nday-orning,
th* remainder of his natural lifo. prominent lawyers, and there are to his room for the past*cjuiflned !few : oM helps, books, etc. the afternoon \MlssNeal\ presided

." Mosquitoes would cease to bite, and poorer representatives in Congress days with a bad attack of poisoning, Miss Celia Babcock accompanied The next morning at {9 o'clock the during tbe election officer Her -

hyacinths would disappear from the than either of them would be.- caused by contact: with poison oak. her friends as far as Smyrna Mon- delegates: assembled and were led In her fnowledirt executive of parliamentary ability made this law necessary and-

; St. Johns river; that money would Gainesville Star. TIe. Apollo Glee Club will give a day and returned in the evening. the consecration service: by It!'v. J.:. part of the projll am-a real 1

t ;, (prow on the giant live oaks, and the ,concert in the Auditorium May 14th. There tables at Springer Oliver our state evangelist. object: lesson. The result was the .
Putnam House would be filled } Miss Lawrence will entertain the were even our conventionthis election of the same officers for the
times
again FROM() Many duringthe I "
LITTERS THE PEOPLEItallroad )
soloists of the Rose Maiden cantataat euchre club Tuesday evening. Miss\ ensuing: year. -1 f
:
with tourists that the state earnest apostle of the cross lilted
r capitol
i ; her home on Michigan avenue this In the evening! Dr. Taj lor delighted i J
would be removed to tbe Gem. City evening.A Drue Fawcett and Mr. Calvin Sperry our hearts and minds heavenward by a large audience with his celebrated ,;
Fares.
'I"j 1> .t..t e St. Johns, and vrotild soon be party of young people from the won first prizes, and Mrs. Frank her fervor and consecration. lecture on CltUeiibhip: in the Light uf I
"
I 1...... I U3we3rsS5HUe_location there of ARCADIA FLA., April 24 1903. University spent Saturday at DeLeon Taylor and Mr. Edwin French the After the usual morning devotions Christ and Paul. 4

the South Atlantic Squadron. Jim EDITOR NEWS: I note in your excellent Springs. They were chaperoned by the convention was called to order Friday morning! was taken up with :
Mr. Fred Fee.Invitations. consolations. the clueing. business ot the convention, '( I
.told many other things that would paper that the Railroad Commis- have been received for and formally opened by the president i goud-byes, etc. A part of our delegates "i' t
lon has ordered the L. & N. road Mr. P. Pratt and sister, Mrs. '
to 4'
come to pass with bi>< induction into the marriage of Miss Narcessa Cox of Mrs. Alice C. Brown. Mtf.Brown returned home Friday morning. ,
office, and they doutless will when I reduce the passenger fares to 3c per !I Chicago who anent part of last term Fletcher of Kent, Conn., Mr. Luk- also: conducted, a school' of I The rest stayed to enjoy, the magnificent ( -
'
-Jim Alex. goes to congress. I mile May 1. What Is the matter with in Stetson, to Mr. \,anderllp of Wash ins and daughter, Miss Carrie Tay methods on the subject of ScieutlficTemperance :: :: lUamer ride on Lake Touope-
the Atlantic Coast Line the ington. talifja ((1IIeO:1: >II1tlgor\: : ), to which the i.
., doing lor of Nashua, N. H., left Monday Instruction, which: was Kissiiuuiee Union invited all delegates -
same thing? From Lakeland to Punta The case of State vs. Pounds, assault to those, Interested : to remain.
helpiul, especially
Orders have been issued providing Gorda the fare is 4c per mile; but in the with intent to kill, will come up for their homes. in this branch of temperance \\01 k. The KNaimmee people not only
moot court week. Mr.
"' that the Jacksonville next We to note Miss.M. Dick- welcomed us grandly, but their hospitality ,
original Declaration of I to It is 3c. Does com McKinney will represent the State are glad After the appointment of the usual continued to f
right royal
Independence shall be permanently : petition settle the rate for A. C. L., and Messrs Calmes and Lenfeaty the inson is improving from her late committees and the presentation of the end. .

2 ';deposited in a fire-proof vault, with I and the commission for L. & N.? defendant., I' illness. fraternal' delegates and visitors, the: ONE!! OF THE DELEGATES.WATCHES!: .
I W. I>>>. TURNLY.
r. the light excluded, in order to pre THE JiEOGA. FIRE. We are having extremely cold remainder of the forenoon was spent -.-. .---
of all of I
f vent further fading. Nearly all of Philanthropy Cuts No Ice. nights and mornings here for this in reports superintendents II ,
Mill Was Burned Completely-Will Be which were Interesting and inspiring. I ,.
i .. (the signatures and a part of the Commenting on THE NEWS' article Kebnllt. time of year. At the noon hour all business slopped

,text are now illegible. It is really about the price of ice In Orlando, the Mr.\ Augustus Hall, who has liveda and during the hush of this, to us, sacred I r '
Star The fire at the Bond & Bond sawmill !
r. ? ;too bad that this order was not is ofthatcitysays: 'Philanthropy.doesn't at Neoga last Thursday morning good many years in Orange City, hour, we were led in prayer by ,
enter into the ice business.
sued to before but. moved with his to Enter the president of the Klsstmmee Union.
thirty fifty years ago, It's a matter of destroyed the entire mill and about son
money making. I The noon-tide io a feature of I
1 4 our independence had faded so 'Philanthropy didn't bring the competition 400,000 feet of lumber ready for ship prise about a year ago, has been out all W C. T. U. prayer conventions, national, j I I

4 i materially. That old Declaration is to Orlando that cheapened ment.It Is thought that the fire started of health for some time. He wentto state and county. I I

9 | ft true history of the United States: the price. That also Is a pure matterof from the refuse lire, adjacent to the Sanford Friday morning to con- The president's annual address was: WATCHES !
i
mill; that the strong wind blew the
The Independence, the patriotism, business. 'Philanthropy' never did sparks into the mill and they Ignitedthe Bull his physician, and on his way the feature of tbe afternoon, and wasa '
cheapen an article of manufacture.
; r the fearlessness of its home died in the heart dis- grand resume of the work of the ;:
signers or
a < wall Competition always has. Philan- tine dual, or powder, on the floors. cars Tbe victories. more than

"represented by the. pure ink and thropic economic., whether workedon Two watchmen were employed at the ease. His remains were taken to past balanced year.the defeats, and we were 'I

paper used; the strength of the the religious or socialistic plan, mill, one on the upper and one on the Beresford for burial. cheered by her hopeful and inspiring "-

co1 tiy'.) youth and the early purity are mere soap bubbles In the air.'Philanthropy1 lower floor. They state that the entire Mr. King returned Friday from I
t mill was enveloped In flame Immediately have Fine
;- rt' of its Is all right, but business a
politics was symbolized after the first little blaze his two weeks vacation. WE
Humors-I
U business
and if want "
by the clearness, conciseness of the Ice get another factory.you" cheap appeared. This can be understood .. Spring and meet ti ._

w' Declaration; then one by one, as the when one considers the fine duet E/IPORI4, Come to most people and cause many
Larson.Morrison. around a sawmill and then the any competitionnot
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original signers died and faded, extreme Special Corr (pond noe. troubles,-pimples, bolls and other}
Mr. Victor Larson and Miss Helen dry weather we are now having.
V', more or less! from the memory and Emporia, April 29.-We are having eruptions, besides loss of appetite, excepting catalogue
,Morrison were quietly married at the The mill, drying kilns and nearly a
M1 r from the traditions of the "fond de- weather that tired feeling, fits of biliousness
,, s ( parsonage of the M. E. church Tuesday half million feet of lumber and several some very windy just prices.

tfi uaiona" ,of the strenuous United morning, Rev. Addyman Smith freight cars standing ready on now. Crops are beginning to need Indigestion and headache.

State., their names have faded from performing the ceremony. Tbe bappy the switch were burned. Toe fire Tho sooner one gets rid of them the Our own guarantee

t bride and immediately left was a "clean" one-not even the rain.Mrs. better, and the way to got rid of them
the Declaration and even the princi- groom : W. H. DeLong baa been
-'$5 for Trenton, N. J., where they will ashes being left. They blew away in and to build up the system that has amounts to something !,
'pies for whioh'they stood have sick'iened sick for the Fast| few days.
make their future home, Mr. Larson the current of air created by the fire. suffered from them it to take
$ and faded as have their names. having accepted a'lucratlve position The iron and steel of the machineryare Mrs. J. P. Felt is still improving.Mr. -,as we are hereto

)Jefferson and Washington are .todayremembered there. THE NEWS extends congratulations. welded or fused by the terrific J. W. Frank baa been quite Hood's Sarsaparillaand back it ''i

but how many of the Victor Larson is an Industrious heat. The only part of the machinery sick with shingles for several days. Pills up.In

r others who signed the Declaration bard working young man, and will left U the fine boilers. These We hope he will b* well in a short
ever light the wolf from the door of were In a brick building on the wind I Forming in combination the Spring your Holiday thoughts let f
? can 10U'remember? Why would it ward side and Medicine excellence;of
his household the wind drove the time.Mr. par unequalled them revert toW.A.Allena'Oo.
heel be1 idea to have Hanna -- Floyd Felt paid a flying tripto
1L good flame from them. The boilers are in strength in purifying the blood as

'th( !?Quay, _Platt: Hill, Mason Odell, Engineer Ha Donald lp.. excellent condition, not even .the Miss Astor Tomkins.Tuesday returning with shown by unequalled, radical and permanent ., -

xOlark Bryan and a few others write R. D. MacDonald has notified the glass water gage being broken. Mrs. T. F. Drudy baa been lick cares of As they are well prepared to
chairman of the Fire and Water The insurance amounted in the meet all
Jus anew: Declaration-and dont[ com- aggregate for' some time. Scrofula Salt Rheum problems. :
mittee of tbe City Council that hie to $12,600. The most of It t KT Every statement we make "
del tbem '' '' in it Miss Cassa Pye has been suffering Scald Head Bolls, Plmplee is also
forget to put aometking'ftboat guaranteed.
bad been :
i contract with the city aa engineer at placed by Silas B.Wright with toothache for two days. Have All Kind of Humor PeorlMle '"
!' the trasts.i the water works expires .on May 1 and the rest by a Daytona firm. ,
'vrs tooth pulled Casaa. Blood Poisoning. Rheumatism W. A. ALLEN -
0- & CO.
.! {,' ''0'I. (to-day), and that he will not cobUpueto The mill will be rebuilt at once. your Mrs. Wm Kaighn of Eldridge Catarrh Dyspepsia, Bto
.
;. ,: J"4: 1,000 per year The council has dered, and some of 1 II now on the way. '
w oounty this season -i_ a oonsibl Sunday. Groan WHO? get Hood's, and got it today. I
'" placed the salary of this office at 1900'' The company has large lumber or-

.'r bl!...increase'oyer.the! acreage. of I per year. The chairman of the I den booked;these are being filled in .:._

\.' y ,,-+,,ear. :Toluaia county 'landsibUJor committee has employed Scott Hodgklnsras a measure by the mill atQlenwood. .
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'. '. : i a the,.growing_of long temporary engineer and "ne Mr. J. B. Conrad was In Key West*, Grove's Tasteless Chi Tonic ...,. '.-..
eotto { !! little is look"charge of tbe plant to-day. A at the, time of the fire. From therehe

> ,.abut very, permanent engineer i will be elected at went to Havana and did not; knowof km good tM tat 35 r$. AvM'age Annual Sala over One and ...
.berme; ;Twenj: | years" ago the J1es"meetinl' the next meeting the fire until returning-to/ : Florida a Halt l4ilos
the first of tile week. Mr. BomJre ottlSa. thM Iyl7o1'd Itlw'lt
wDOaa O to NO.ft'ra
bI dr4Qttotr.s.produced! W the eooit W..TJae..ar.e quite a num'r- fused to cable him because be "didn'twant yos 'e. e 5 ''
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::\ '''; 61 .. to spoil Jake's fg..u '
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DFOHD Slave WI i J.j._( Florida Eas t Coast Ry.

A Chain Qj .- ... .
is no than its 1-
weakeaf link stronger, A fertilizer Pjr- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II 1903.
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BLACK-DRAUGHT! dcficientii 1 ?' ,

SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
To Morphine From .
The mule hunmn nOeL,. more food = -

FOR Doctor's Orders. than the fpmnle, not only on nerount of I Dnll-N---,. NO.29\: \ STATtONS. I Dnl1)No.9B. ZIstly.No.78 .

his In i per slut turt'. but also because he :

Is the more kaUbollc of the two. A !!! GOOI'' 0 ISis .. .. ..... .. .. .. .'. .. .. ...us.Ar 7 ISa SO p ee. uiC3t
Habit Worse Than \vrltor on this BUblc-tt. In the Lancet 04a .. .... .. ... ... .t.lJJo"ksollvllJo..Lv. T01a Up G.. 4

the Disease.Dr. is just as dangerous as a (Lonllolll< ) miyH: "lite nmn tnulx to ex- III I t 8''fGI'to ii 3'32Ka CIa..St.Jumglistiume..a Osa 15 a kO Ul p ;(5.W.I' 'l

chain with a cracked link. point! ciii'i'fo'! unil I tli<' \\oniiiii to.btore it __ .. .. .la. .!

III tile t01'l1i of fat: ho "bums the Z. 7 31 I.2 ii). ". .. .. .. .. .. ...I./IILk'L.' .. .. .. ... ... ...Lv 4< .0 a I oIui
up _G4_ < Lv . . .. . ..Puliitkui .. .. .. .. .. .Ar mU cfz lI
fubttr This MAUiil; tllffeipnci1 bhows Itself G GJ .. .. . .. .
Miles' Nervine Cured Ito Ar .. 1415,1' utatu. . ... .Lv..q .w12'iLv. y
; Constipation is nothing more iI In the vciy Lillo,!. 'llii man has 11 I .__, .. .. .. .. ..' II jol o. .. .. .... . ..Am' 0 SOS SQ 'ICe j' f1.,

.' ., I than a Joiiping of tho bowels 1 Me. linger percentatce, of Uiioniooytes (red ; 167I'-- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... ... .... ...L. 4< kOam8V..0 I
.. anti nothing loss than \ital Hi;ifr- --- i 1.1 811' 1339 ..... .... .. .. .... ..81In.l.. ..... .. .......... O. 'fAt
nation or death if not relieved. Oar moser winilint booli. are blood pMMck'Ki\ than the woman ZOI i 1411 ...... ...... 'l fi p .= '
When the ncr\oiia system hut been sliatteicil fcUo\\liiK that ho needs a ijropuitlonute- I a igI. ..... ...... Sip /
a .. )If every constipate millcrcr by the use of deadly drugs there m CC003p 11 I ..... ...... UP : a
could realize I I ly IIUKIT quantity of oxjtton In onlcr 9 .. .... .. .. ( "
that lie is allowing nothing! to criual l-r Milub Nervine. in rebtur I Hp l 133 .p
poisonous filth to remain in 1m my! it lu health anti normal activity 1 to maintain this tours active coiubUHtlun IZ e? 8COI ii Cl .............nupont..a..4 8p.r u '
I a FiLiNktji %% iiIti $, 10 lOp 120p .... ....... .999a 8p<
system, lie would soon wi jelicf "I feel sncrnteful! for what Dr. Miles' Re. u CU.t which! one may associate I ZI 110GI'i 1 to .. ... ....... .
(Constipation? invite" nil kiwi of Btontive NCI vine has done for me that I with hilt ciiuip.uathe( fri'edom fromI'liloiosla ODU a3 ,p 333\. .......... tiP oo
11-0" .. ... ..... : u
Hcmlmhes liihonn- tell it for
contagion. imi-t that of
part humanity that ; 1t101'eover vieight fur weight C IJ 1a 4 001'.. .. .. ...... 1 t
ness colds nnd 11l1noUIPr ailment Buffers ns I have. Dining\; the llouucl. pulinoiiarj' ,)' inpaclty Is greater than I D D I D 1 21 a. t131'I .... ...........)" OulliG..1. oem $ a4< v io'
.- disappear lien constipated I suffered. from nervous piostratum" Inp" i931' ......... .. ..... CIp 1 lap
bowel ret hvet1.! 'Jlii-d- no ieh .f exi.citlun| doctors ime morphine. that of the woman whose mnullcr 10splrutory I uu ( l'l1' G 43i,. ... ... .........S.. L..I". .... .. .... .. ..... 10 Up 11. VIa I
are ( '1'o get rid of Buffering I took. morphine need Is fmtlur hliimn liy. the it G ........ ..... .... FIerce .. .. ........ .. 01 p > '
ford Blatlc-Draiiplit tlioronpl'ly self as it was the only t'l: tint would my. ( DUI BUl 8 401.. ...... .. ... ... .. ....flhhll. ... .... .. .. ... .. 110& 1.0
;. cleans out the liowcls> in an MIS'V; 115 give facility with which she canlthuut .1 _i 2 JI C Ip.. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. ...... .. .. .. .. 881 106! a > .
und iiutnrid ease, and 1101'ou., who point with scorn nt SOl i ICE OF ArTI.IOAllOV: rXM TAX discomfort Uimliilbh her broathlntf 9 ion 8 II ... ... .. .. ... ..... Jllisen ... ... . .. .. .. 10 f8. 2 '4 .
niininur without the morphine UMnp how ctiulil you, when in I hl.Kli: : NDEH tom I "1IO\ OK ell.\ I'. power D ILl : 4 60a C 23 ... .. .... ... ... .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. ... 1.il 10 ItO a I1 .
purging of calomel or other violent such agony! knowing it about the only their TtH J 4Jo\/o\/:!!!, J.AWs OF F1.UKIIM./( by means of the corset > 8.01: 8CII'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Hobo. Sumumn U . . .. .. ....i 4$ p IIHa > ,
', cathartics.: that would give r.lief!, ie.t.t ,It? I knew itwas Mnaio. to Cure .......olty. G. 84.a 7111.... ... ...... .... ... .. .... . ... I" .. OS
Bi. sure that the a terrible h.ibit. and 1 knew of its deaillygrasp :: iMhc-icby sty,'" Unit It. T. flutter, v I 4< 2'11' 1 iGI I .. ... ... .... .\Yest. l'atin lleaub. .. .... t p 9 MIa
you get! oricrinal but I fully realized Its N'll'lICi I ''''. of lux ctllllloiitx I !'o". ",II. >'ulud The authorities: of the :Manhattan In. t 4 I:. 8 10V.. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .U".nt..n.. . . ........ 9t05 I .
Thrdford'H> IJl.nk-liraurjiit.' never Blunihcnnce the lid tIny| nt Jul>', A.U.I hum tilt,, tllid Island I (, 9 ........ ............... ).. .. . .... ... .. ... .. Ul tOSs o:
nintlo l by The Chattanooga Aletli-I.e until had used it a nunibei of muntim. .tt..I..I.III1".t"I In thy (littLe'. unil h..II.I" uune: asylumVard's: ate now : 106"( 9 Ci ... ............ Lauitte .. .. .. .. .. 031' 8"la :
cine Co. Sold by all ill Oil, the misery of being addicted to such a I 4 toi. liixtletd. to 'iaHii". In Hi'colthineuultlihiw Hpliluitllim tuukliiK 1I 'lIteWtl tic ox'jurluioiits> with I 1231 9 G",. .. .... ...... ... .. 8' I 14<' s l- .
ilrnyjiists! habit. 1 iesol\ed then and there to It ; .. .. .. ...... .... 11 8..
quit I Smd ci'ilitlcHtu I nitiiiiut,, H I iliu 1 jlowlnif the uiuslo and have thus far tifill I 94Gp. .IIumillmnlae..0 I 7
J5!; cure I .
: cent and! $1.00 packages.Murirmi. and resolved 1 would never be a slave to any ilevo Iheilpiopellj' ..lIu..I,111I l \'OillslnvSMliilv I 111.! 013\1. . . .. .i2.z f '
'. Ark., War an, I such demon. About this time 1 Inppene I to Klollila' In-uit ed u du/en or inure (patients iiOlictcdllli -- f
I rnnnnt riroiinipnI, 'riirilfiiril'H: Him"K. notice lIr. :Miles' K ;,i{ Drnimht Ii,.,hIiIiIy. I ktrii II In nit house and ordered a bottle. Alter five, It.'14. E.: wi liul. .s -
all the::, Hint.: ) anti liiivn, fl.II;| Ittnr:. Iliolnst, : ; bottles 1 can truthfully I using cured ul 1 .an. milil land ttt'I Ing HHMI'.H.I.! tlllUotlalu I ol uu lioui Ions e\eiy afteinuun with the SANFORD nRANCn. [ ORANGE CITY DUANCH.i .
\, ten 7.'"... I in-vt-r (.nv i. mr rhllilrpnanf Bay am I HIM iMiiiiimiKil, Biic-u celtllleatti. III Iliu inlliiu hails, \loliu and piano for InstiiiuieutH."' iiiL
nil....r lax'n .. I think 1 rimldniirrr tisilig! morphine. :Now; however much per .il t Ida. 4. Clliiliiin. l'n.IHH Biild cui lltlcateMliall
: bo Hhlii I, In work nllhint ir sons fli.7 doubt it. God is my witness; I amClued. bit leduilned ncooitllnff tiP Inw, luxiift.il 'lliey Kpurt after II month's", trial that ;! STA.rO:'. I ;1 2 il I il 4I I STATTONa.I .
tin ilitnunt :tif bi Inv, tniutii' il i I his leslnnonml is unsolicited' but 1 wnl I I IHHIIO IlieiLtni. la shown : /
> nlllii I I on tliu mill day ofM I iuilu'OM'int'iit and Unit patients '
: rnnxllpatlnn. Inur nirdlrlim Is ferl it my duty to give it for the brneht of the ,i\., A.I). IIKIJiliitrHniyotncMiilHlirniitiircuiul' Olin r.- .. ..... Titumivlllo .. .. ..Ar 1 I' ,
] all that < \ xuU'eilng f 10111 acute umnlu and 1 7 I lit a Lv. ........ litton's..A 10 IOaLv..N.Smyrna..Arr I 140" flop
Uevua nip nn.C. \ IliUI7
I suffering.IA1'111; r'lllLLll'a, hescoit.Ark. I at ul I .. .. ... . .. .. .. .. 107) t"l
:. H. JIofAltl.AM. I ;> li ln of \.1.1. IWUfeiili lialliu' lotus mental i 8 a \ Osteen .Ar !ii III a Lv. Luukufle en .Ar 13 6p 1 S
I I All druggists sell and guarantee first bot. [ > ApiII SAM'L. !) Jimiitv : t > dlKplaj mute S 1.1 /)'. . .. Iltiterprlse .. .. .. .. rl Rlln ,I Ii 18'aLv.O.orlrCly.Arllt5p, G CO
tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. :Send for free bookon Cieik, Clicuit Cou.t'ull'HI., .. CO.. r'.il.' :itleilnets cheeifulnesH and that one n : . -It".I.v 1 IIOfl5 30 f '. 5epN23
I Nervous ant) Heart Disease! Aduresa --------- .-- .. .- --- -- putk'iit has been assisted almut.t' to 10cuM'ij I No. No. 20

Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, ind. \;< HIt'K I : 4)1? AI'PJ.I
1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ DEED UMH:. K hKU'llllN( = MO.' a 1011.... -- _ Onl..
1 I \lMHt I 4" III.AWS': : I >I'I.. 2"3 : S iSS u Lv .. .ho. J 'meltS iuvitle .. 87 a uUp
I IIIAU1'K .
I "cailt'l foyer 'beiuui of Dr. :Mower 0031 .. .
: 21JI' 1)''I:; Ii Ou..v..P..bl"l .Ar.7 (5 lbo S aiE .31
K (alien.liKlven that' J. Hardenpurchiiafi of Vienna I is obtained Hum holies a4 I 1' .a .. 21
\ : : l"rO. anI OlBrv..Allantlop. 10a lf
fif: lux Ci rt I,llvtUu :.;. IIU4 uIttl;: 30JI> loa OIJAr.! .. .I.yport. . < 1800 .0.
1.J.u,1, ,'"1..<1 I Ibe. :M 1 lay ol .1 it ii... A.U.I Imio. \\likti lime been Injected with a mis- -
;titus Illi I: d Haiti;: : ct;inlleitiv I I i'h': luy. olllet', unil: OilS lure sit k'eiin cultures t'loai Mil'lulls, scarlet '- Thcno Tltn, 1' ill;"ft show the ti m .< nt whl,1 tent may b exnel"o to arrive and clcp.rl
WNCHFTRFACTORY" 111 lite itplillt I ion I'r lo Igtllle In iiciiidiuut from thoBoveriit smtlons, hut their u rival at 1* not fni&rant d.
.. wild lit%v Said ceilillcaiu i einbiacuaIlli 1\\'(>1' ('11'::1('... Allliouuli stIll Imperfectand ) nor dues I the Compauy hold Itself roMpmisiblo; foi any delay or any conaequonce arising Uaer-
l' I lnlli. .a hug Utmilbed pitipt" "ily Hllualtd I III"h'MIII dltllcult to obtit iii, the set'mil has> ft i Oil.
\ uotiniy, Florida'' to-wll:
LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 'Su> ill t 'HI"' I tit at.))4 ui.il nu1 or at.'11. Sea ,UI'll been under list fur two ,) 11I'11 and has
1 ; .It, bit: :.14)) 'I"I I, :\ 1101cC.' pioxeil, to ha\e a sptcllle ('UI'lItI\'C \ alue. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
1'lie' mini, I t.t'I IIIK ;aegaeil "t the lute, "r
I L "N ew Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"F I IIH| ISnI u, inetiol ouch itillcaie. III Iliu niinitol cl\'lii*; Hpeedy luipiovimeut) and I PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.In .
I .1. It. and J. ll. Mi Clil.imi.: I L'lllcxa null) plf\'filling death If Injected on the flint
: trt j-11r1 Wu- iltlcaitt I vii lilt be April IG, 1903.
t..t.u.u i itilt.eiiiuil ttcvoidliiir I ttlaw. Efect ____ _______________
tux ili.I will 1."",, iliuitiini uu. I Iliu 18ilida or second Uuj of the disease The supply .- .-----.-..-.. -- =- -
I. you are looking for reliable shotgun am- )' nl' May. A. I H. 1111.1XVitnictaiii lois \lieen InsutUcient fur all pitlonts SOUTH BOUND. I NO.UH BOUND.

}' tiillclul 1 Rignutni' und, ai.iil IblD LvMlamiS'ufl.Tim' '. . . ... .. 10'n ii \Lvrl"vOIlon.tI. . . .... ..... 1100mvr
[ : munition the kind that shoots where the 1 Kill I thiy of Aplll A. 1 II. IHHSfiii at. tilt !testing hospital jet the moitallt ,\rK.'y.tS'1' .1.hlr. . .. . .. 1:01.' K.yWst \ton, Pit, .. .....: s sip
e you ( ) SAMUEL! II. Jliltll-VV> in 4uo cases uas reduced to let-s: than LvK..yWoatIlt.'lhllr. . . . .. p1 ,,1vR..yW.'l'IIP8.8.t. .... . ....
Winchester C'li'ik CHc'iill c'ouil Voluslu' Count)'. rlaMOT1CK .. oilier hospitals I j I c i i.. .. . ..13') n .H"t.. .. .. . .....110..
point your gun, buy Factory ._ _____ u__. ____._ ___ __ 10 pir cent, the merujie at .rHnvlI !

( of the town being moie than 13 I For of Locul Tlnio Card or other Information iulilr. Agent.
Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with : OF SI'KCIAL TAX M'llOOL( t per tent copy any

.I Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded Ills I'HIlI! !I' L'l.EtMlM.NS.i ConVcmill :Malurln.Di J. D. RAHNKR, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.. J,

BY unthoilt. >' of riiuplir, 4U7S Act ".1 tli.' L. liettivpu (.Mtxlel.lu: Colombin. -. .- -
with Smokeless. Insist having Winchester l.i tiidlanuc' lit 1-wi Lawn ul |t'' loi 1 Idatclul ,
upon ::0:011111.111<''1'1"11. about n ago
..,/ 1 lat Sill.ml Un-lilcM I Elect' |t.ius ill, year
Loaded Shells and others. litrcti ciiui.tl lit the loliowlnif. pIeces lui announced that he had UiscoM.1 eel in
Factory accept no Ma\ Joili' A. It IWi-:
:
1'ui. t Uianvi': Mo: 7Lnlt the husk of the ordliuii'}' coffee beau a LOUISVILLE' & NASHVILLE' RR

ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM : l t p* I IHI :So. II ding; ,shlchiIs t'\'<'11 moro (pu\\eiful
iH Limit, Nn.. IJI"
i -. ___- 111111.11)', .Nil.> U its euiulUe elicits ou; m.ilailu than Is Service ana Quick Schedules to-
-- -Flr.t CII''
: t/l'"II.I.' No 9.1. quliniK. i'uilhi-i, expellintuts "' ''em. at
t'rlt'I.I.:" :No .:7
..- --. .-.-..- I'II..IIII. Nn, :.In.Sfllie any late to )paitiall' Jut-tll'y Dr liestupu's Birmingham Xasln'ile. Evansville, Chicago
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No. 4.: ('liims His method of! preparing St. Louis
'1." tit Iii'mine I the tollott'Inu: .qin. Hlloni: Lnuis\ilc, Cincnnat ,
Cures the Is
MOFFE7T'S Cholera -Infanlum. tt li.i Klinll. I lio'lniitieea' lui inu niU'ifcilInKW and ndiulnlsuili.i ding; us

DiarrhoeaDyienlery, and | () )"lltl" f. follow : Ifoi'ty-rt\e t'niis: of coffee -fl,11 .-

.J the Bowel Troubles/ of I'is And x I In I Ihu lie* le\number, lcd I lot of itch in.Ilia til of Haiti Dtel yeaia.ald plot.rtlmol boa 11>1. lucliKlia; the InisU or thirty Nubile New Orleans, find All Point Souths est,__ _

"f.L F. WII'Lf>\ Children of Any Ag6.t.J .n-i Lit'" 4".iis. ..hlllllll'I held I lllKiel"r t tic ettitit... Kniin\ of the lui-U\ nlonp ore clashed Sffi"riiiotijfli ticketin tLo Ii. are sold by all'railroad Coupon
( r"1" Aids DlgcsLion. Regulate I'll tout and 11"'IIIII"II""e" "ytineiul' t'It'uiioua,
BA.II ) Allenl. J. I I.. CHA.MJLm and boiled Iii futlllecn 1 fluid ounces t of Ticket Tloiuli. -
piG. (TrtTMING I POWDERS the Bowels. Strengthens : : I Iliu II. Agent in
1'AS p. Untr Kl-H Mipt. II 1>. Iainil water lui the minutes. The lesultlni I .
the Child and Make:* M: 'u'> lid. 1'ub I uuut. Forfe-dioilulCH, Halt'Mind 'li u-plntr I'ur Heieivntlons, apply to j. M. FLEMING /i
: ::' (i) )" Costs Only 25 cents at Druggist?, fCETHING! !I EASY. fluid ,'Ntia4.t Is cllxkled Into six
; :A U
: I I Fr.nr.iNCF. : 8. (i.. Nov.:2'i. 1:1Jc.-:): \I' ,i4 flmtn. 1.0,1 I b\ ir im'ly nlir.i..i..m In CliarUston, to m. 'II1:rill>.Van Notice' of AriHchiii.*i>t. Several cases of malaria g1'clIll) by ._ h -- .
'1' t with our hobv" Ii..,, I 0...'N1 hilt it .rv yonll Lawr Ir ii's. useful'' iii t stiuinir I tr.itIie.' fliii 1 n,QiTiSt tiu' bc.n!iii ? I.)to' o 'p. 7 i.pnIioI 1.r: .ofrue' trail di.iigurs In Clicuit. (.!ttuit, St>\eiilh Judicial ClicuitCount other plosltians> as hopeless, have been .
that: nra Cen.. qfl'flt. :Ilpot: (1,0: inc i 3flOttin :' nip. tilit W IiJ I. ;IllS S, it. aO.r: a., is'I his :IiiNoekiliron. of Vnliialu, Stutuol }' 'Ida.lauiua .
.."e,1 'ho tiotegliuoi "ho.tibr..I.: t A new laiv III U", .tiiui.. .. ..n.11I '1llho I h.'lhlnll: .ronhlol are ov(',. anti ) cuieU by Dr. Ucstrepo.Tlie : .
"0 lain, i.tea.iire 10 ro.omm.n.lIl1, I. tn 0"Io"u.. tusW" I 1..1 to: Iirii, .11'" tilt" en IIIl1lty ,,rpie,. n.o 10 keep Ih81. }:. Alixunileriva USSR AGENTS WANTED
baby Qui. U.UU'W&LL31. A\'EH. (J11.I.r. P"ly .r.o.n.t Wuukly iiiiu.-Me..eu5er.1 I! ..',& U.
I: J AMMd euiK-it, ) Shirt \VnlM. Edlvt. '- _
In ouch town to ride and exh Hilt I a sample 1902 mcnl i-..,'- "
I: deffiidunl>! J. A. tI..II'.II. ID h"I'ehv no. The UreHsinakera have Bpolcc'n.
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I lined I 1 thai auit. b)' iii I.tie hiueiir' lianni"tn And stfiiily they've announceil ivclo of inanufacture.. YllU' CAN MAKE ttO to
NOTLCK I h'II'IIIII'1 I leil UKatnat I him,I on i thi I tul loS I uiff deat That .Horn the nomen'n. fa&hlonii : WfEXbeahles having awhefltorldefory(1Jrsel..
'1'1 but t P"'I"'I, vl/t The shIrt waist must be bounced C
1 tlw 1-1 ot l he MW 1-4 of Sic8J' '1' 1U it. 1t:1O: I H, 1902 Models tX i:: $9 t $15(
1.0.1-ICE Iii hereby sitar I that t 'Ii, fOItOWtfltC: dieiItnt.t!' !t0T014 J lying: nut ltfiig: iii the: CItY I !! uoiiiiilnliiK I lolly, .ucn." (.lUi, and th.it. I-J ..1 An tJnWrr: have Issuoa I i ,
LeIan.t.: 1 COLIIIIY, ci; % olutlii.: iiii.J. : i-Iilt of Ilri.Iii.:; : 'til si.liI at puhlii: IILIL'ttori I : on .Iunthey. I iliu luv 1-4..1 Meo&, Tp. I 17 f, U M K:, coiila n and wIde I
I he lira' day ni' J UI.... A. I 11. its .1. III tie I root 11"1'1'1' I tin it tV, tint I iii s..I.I. t.ltuf: n.LIIII.I.or. >itt ha Iweuly uuiea, ail I In \oltiblii, lotinl) In which that natty garment I I 1900 and 1901 Models MBAEKS/S $7 fo5OO $I[
Co lIIuI'h t Iici'cut' its wit I Lie tiotessli ly'I" 1'\ I tie ii"11""ii t it Iuu I or texts' berelll' Set oN.o.lt"tu r'iDildii., They scornfully ileride. I /
t lie stuhiu toilet her \n itt the "vot or such iiIe. 111101 lIht'l.tI.llIlI'. Now null I '. )''''' ahull npptar. to tiniietlon, I I Second Hand Wheels
.. '. 'on thu that, \Moiida. in Tilts A. U.I IMU.: Judxuifnt That dainty thing they'd bnnUh \1 I taKrn tn I rude l.y our CMi-niro, retail utorVH, all $ 53
.. S b)' tit'lanlt will In iiikun iiMriiliiHt' ) "". its merits they lanipoon.Thauiili ) I \ } \ maki's aail inodVl good as .ew.. ........ .. .... _ _
Amount ot VItlunft i in) hand und S III* Hoitl. ol Mutt. ti 1 ('OUI.tIbl.'ltll to the maid ami matronIt 11 f
4iI- APPJ3OYAL
: We
., OWXEH. CRII'I'IOS.: Tou tiny ol rib uui" )'. A.U. 1111.> i.ISi.al.J bill hits been a boon. t '} ship any bicycle t anyone
aret Coeti.Isli SAM I. I I'. Joitu sri, I without a cent deposit in advanca all .
It brought case and comfort.
:;. Ink Circuit ('.nll'I. ouiaiitn.imlv 5 rla, Though
Popu< I....... mid. 1 V. M I Hi niifti. lI.tw\'er:: warm the day I \ I !10 DAYS FREE TIliAL.no You _
'- ". Aitoiar. ) foi Complainant.. The dreva and gown designers 'W'I \f absolutel'
'
"1', .
.,.. I). Io.h"r.. .. . . . . Lot 11. 101'k 1. itogil.,. Iu" .. ..... . .. .. .. 2 liT Declare that It can't stay. I. \\j' t' risk In ordering from ua, as you do not neo
Ed; I.ger. ... . ... ..... .. .I.u'I..u . .. .. . They drive It from the seashore I "li \ tu pay D. cent bicycle you. _
N. 11..1.. .. ... .. . .. \tot a. ciii nJ' tot 6. bl"'k 5. !toure Iul' '"' \ 1-) i .
U. U. \'einuiiig.\ tnt' 0 ...t w 1.j(11ii 11 ul lot u. sub ci tot 7. ulo"k 10. The leach and promenade. 7 'J ( a who I until yon have wrliten for tnt
I 1(0..1"'. \1111' .. .. . . . . . .. I 4Hti Georgia SouthernAND Where It so long has heIghtened ': DO NOT BUY FACTORY HRlCLS&hREE: TRIALGFFhKTlroH
or F. A. W. hllll..r. .. . .. I..t 5. titosK. II). liogils. III",. . ... ..... .... U till The beauty thui urrujud.The I, I eqnipinetitsundrtuand'inm.trtIuiggnoti'tu' ? all klndH. g.
W. 'j'. lull "' .i.. /11<.11111111... . .. . ''kllt I iii' w ,ti', It t et. tot. I. 01)0k l .. 11"1. 'IIII'.. U a.S'Lrllh.N. )" d ch.ixe It from the picnic I half ptilnr prices. In our hilt tree ""!'oJ." u.tll1UIUe i1on.
liii iiie .. .. ... .. . .IA.IIl.tolnl'l' I. iOs,1s III... ....... .... .. ... II.J. \\. here mulilens, ii It. 11 ttilnn world of uswfnl Information.. Wrtto .
K. "t hl\'l.II..... ... .... /I II I lit t l..t.1I uwl T. 1.III'k l In. itoaera.. tip> .. .. I 01 I pretty WE WANT rellalilo.pi.rson In rach town to tllstrlljutacitttloinw's forun Iti
Z. .\ ""...1. ... .... ... . .. .. .., i'iit,5 n..1 1..1". blok ::"!. len..", ..' IIII' . . . f 0W' \/ Florida And vpoll the mimnur outIngVIth c'ri1suligu \\rltettiiliiyfot l frnfM-ntaluirniMimJ ourapaoli-1
t S. ttiitts... . .. ..... .. . ,4U 1011 tU. hlll.I. ::f. U..r.ill.... . . .. .. IU CIIA. RailwayKlvrr \ gonna thut tightly tit. Ill:
W. JlI..wll.\q.I..' 1II''u', .. .\1"11.. . . . . :: IIkrauk ::a J. L. MEAn CYCLE CO. Chicago
1""IfIlIl..... .. . . . 1.<01 1. btoc t. 11. 1'111\ visit y 1'111"0 . . .. 11 I In II. The shirt mist they would banish ,
Adis U. .... ttoti is From dwelling. church and street _
). Elide: Ktiukor.tliisscy ::: : .:':: :: : : : : I.ot :tO.i ;:.k'i.! .: ry}.; .\\I.i:: : :' : : : : : : : : : : : : : IA CtJ Klvrr Koula." Thus Inning buck discomfortAnd .

w. 1-:. 11,11111, . .. . ::0. ,. If 010 till' I't tot ii. 1lo'k f. 1 Ion\ ty'. .\tJ.I. .. .. II Sit aouilntr\ tempers sweet: -
.J.Y.\'lIlIlfhll .. . . . .L.a.8..b..flth..I'I 19. lIon ry'. Add .. .. . 1114 And for these grIevouS changes.
Jinrl'l..tt t.:. I."k .. .... . ... .1.01 f. bi.t I". I II.iv. lye \,111 ... .. .. ... tin I The made
I IluirS J I.lowlJ't. .. . . L..t.ltolll""hlo"t In 1..110'\1'8.\. ... . .. 611.i.j Suhtdulu lu tlTttt: Junuar 4, 1UUJ: explanation
1 F. .\. ilinoin.. ... . . .. L..I.IIlIltI.hlllka: :u&: I ton en.: s .\.101. .. . it't ,,; That there but little protlt COAST LINE :
-.j .1.:11.1".1"0&1100. ... .. . ..\ ttotk .it. h4..wiye A.tit. . ... . .. . .... .. 9 en I In pi'Ice for shirt waIt pulJ. I EATL4NTWT
._ C. L. KU"k..r.. .. .. ....)... ... .. .. iAilS I IT itiiit :)I U., block \\"rolts' AtI.1 . . ... .. 14I. ump }o'I) "I' Quickstep _
I. .' W.li. LiiittatrUin ... .. . . .. .1.01 T. tiloik 4. tniI' "I.I. . . .... . 7f I.v T'ulutku.. .... .. .. d uu ,pui it OAK in But womm are rebelling
'Y. $: K"IIA ... . . . .. .. . I.ot iii 1,101'1, 4.. SVelte A'II, . .. . .. .. . I isTit. JufkMii.villa ... .. MOO pin 7 C5 via. I Thioughout this mighty land j
C. i.4cker.. .. . .. .. . .I.or ::1. blo"k I. "'ult.I.t .. .. . . . tat Ar V Idoaia .... .. .1111pm t lOMmii And ay that for this edict
.- Noston t tII'.I"SIOO.: ... .... .. .. .1....'. .\. IIn.11I .. blue U: Hloh' Aill .. ./. ... ... 31'T _\.rlft..I1.. .. .... ... U: 60) HIII. 1i i 1101 pm'" Iliey certainly won't stand. : : Ce.The
C. 0.. M"ltuy. .. .. . .. . .I.ot.u."r. .. \oJ.I... . ... . .. ... . .. 1/ 4.15IsraSi Art'oidolrt .... .... .. guuuiu. I 40 pni'' With them the men are Joining : i1rcac _
Y"ru . ... .. .. . ... .. II' ::1 ft 01 h.t II IlIltJ e U tt of lot 1/ anti lot IU l'bam- Ar Miiotin .. ..... .. .. ttUuiu 410uiu To them In the fray
bets & 1Inlln.8\.I.I. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. 141.JO'fIlIJh / 4'. t.rUs. help
DIIIII" .. . .. .. ... .... Lo, 101. 1110'k I.rIllHII'o.iitN. Atlit . .. . 1 III"h' _\.. Atluntit, ... 7 23 am 7 41 pin And all unit In vowing Line From Florida.
} a J. M. Swift .... . . .. Lots II ii let to Iitt.ek II. .\1.n..lt'oll.1<1.. .. ... tie N. C. & I'T. I.. The shirt wain's here to stay Great Through Oar 4
iterictnflhl .IitIIliIOfl . i.nt 14. btoik Ariiietr iii a .ttd. . tie Ar ('hutiiiniiotfit.... . 1 00 pm COsta .Th odol'e It. Dolce lu PlUsburg Chronl-
1j I1e LIIuItt: ,; : .:.. .::: .:::: : . : t.oI a, hiot: k : A ritiel vie:sic a A.i.l : : :: : : : .. I 10.Atiun Niiahrlllu. .. . CiApun tt40nm cle.'i"d.gra"h. :&
iuwaria: ... .. . .. . . .I..r IS. bUstle a. l'm.truIIN' A.t.t.. .. .. ... H lu. JErIT H K. It
.' Jsek 11.,11. . .. .. .... . .. .. tots tied (ft. bl'I, 4. Aiiiistvttiia. .t.\oltl ... . . 1 74: Ar $I. Loulll . a 6:> am 7 24 put You KnowVlmt Yoil Are CONNECTIONS -
Allen L. /llnl..n ... ... .. .. ... .. . Lola II .n.I ii. I.iron5 Add ... . .. ... .. . IOf.lullt Ar ClilcnK.i: . .. . .. lulUum Tubing
Phillip.... .. .... .. ..... ... Lot It C'rsuism. AdtJ. . .. . .. .. .. .... .. ... tel Ltr.R.it.: when take Grove'd, Tasteless",
4 Litzistititli: Staten. ... .... .. ... Ltt 1.l'or: ,Att.l. .. .. . . .. .... ... ... tie Ar Louisville ... . . 8 sO Rin U tIlt am you OVEn ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah, Charle.
Mason fiolt. .. . .... .. .. . Lot I'.l'o..a.s11.1.' .. . .. . ..... ..... .... tilt Ar niiilnnalt ... . 7 aiaui 4< f.t6pm Chill Tonic because the formula U EAST ton Uicbmoiul and Washington, thence Tift
U. 4.). 1.lIylol. .. .. . .. .. . .. ... 'O''S. .Att,1. ... . .. . . ... .. 1 III 0. E. I. R. R. the
,. Mason Hott.. ..:. .... .. .. .. ... .Lot 2. Ctn'et'ui s Adtt. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. 11:: ArChlcnNru ,. . . . Dlftam, plainly printed on every bottle show. reDn.ylvani RaitroaJ.TOTHt t
.1. 4. Ro..el". ... .. . .. .,. Lute 110 it. tIotlc" ::1. lIuI"hl..n'.hl.. .. .. 1 II PathS train from Jnckaonvllla to MHOOIITinlnK lag that It Is simply Iron and Quinine VIA ALt-RAI t __ _ _
f IMWIU tltLntuItt .... .. ... ... ... . IA't j. bh'k 4. IIt"hl..on'. .\<1<1.. .. .. .. . ... .. I iiiif from. PnlHIkH count'ct lit Vnldoaluwith .
L. J. Uyk"'h- bllJ"k tnt. t'tit'sirtit1oti . . ... . .. ... 101 IrnlimuolMK noiih I rom JntkaonrllltLocul \ / -. in a tasteless: form. No Cure, .''ho 1."lovl.and Nashville, via Montgomerz.TOTHEW
J. J. %Veii4.titIntr.'s, Cluck 11.I.: tultOI'ltiItIt! .. .. .. ..... .... s. .. 101 Mt t pt-rn l Itt lxl., I rlMr I I ruin I tot? no : fiOo EST I
I C F. Aueiaiid' ... btovk II. C.trpiit'etloin . . .' 2 t.M4 MIICOII' ECHIS 4 ut Jc"I I lii tlnpot I I until: 7 DDu. in. pay The M >bilo .DIIOhlo Railroad via. Montgomery.
1 diaries I Freeman.:::::::: : : .:::. :tUt ) ft 04 fl! w.f ot block 9,. Corporation :::: : : : : 0 57II Pullman. '',,If'1 Bli'tpInK: CHIH fiom" Juck.onvlllo :. _. ._ f
i Lucy L. Royalli .... ... .. .. . . .Eor: s or bl"'t' 1(43. urporatloti . :. .... .. ''HW. to St. Lonlavltt aboro route without -- -
C. lWam..r.... ...... . .. Alt "Io'kll lull cud IC?. rvo..tlon.... .. . .. 8 liT chunirB' of turn on Olxln Flyer train, also PARKER'S Via Savannah and Ocean' Stennithlp. Company for N.w York,
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love and its hopelessness and offeringtwo $! -eee-Ge-eGQ: l
A SOCIAL EXPEDITION. ;
sequels for the choice of the read ;

' DECLINED WITH er. In the one the lover should boldly

set aside the barriers of position and
.
L : THANKS woo and win his ladylove. In the Dr. Tolman to Study Economic
other he should BEFORE THE FLOP -' '
My: patiently bow to the );f'
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) Conditions In Europe. ..
Inevitable and devote his life to- the

I,, By E. J. BURKECopurlgM uncertain happiness of literary success. ; A writer in Popular Mechanics gives '
_. for answering In the affirmative -
He bent himself feverishly to the some reasons "
One of the .
Record's Many MANY CITIES TO BE VISITED the question, "Does gold .:
Mo, bU McClttrt's task For several weeks he bad not

t Ncu'tpapir' SundtciiteTrayers dared to trust himself to call upon her. Articles of Last Fall onUniversity I grow?" Says he: -. \

trk She would understand the reason why "It has been found that gold nuggets
P Director of Institute of Boolul Service "
under favorable conditions actually increase -
when she read the story be addressed Trouble.The .
dIu Cecil -Mr. Philip with a trembling hand. to De Sent Abroad For Hint of In size. Gold Is known to have :

''' w mI All Kind Useful: to American. mine timbers which have
Baunders. A day went by, another a week. following article Is taken ver grown on .

xBorne' benevolent individual Introduced Sauuders could not work; he could not batlm from the September 20th Issue The Work Made Po..lbl. tor Ml. long been immersed in mine water. In

i sleep. He haunted the park and the Helen Uonld. the California State !Mining Bureau
them at the Pen and Pencil club.
the DeLand Record which Is .
y streets where he hud sometimes met' nowdevoting 1m 1mof museum there Is a specimen of a piece
a IBauuders afterward spoke of him as I national advertising
all its "It's a big scheme for -
nearly space every and taken from theComstock
a* ."the. baud of fate" But then he wns her, hopeful yet fearful of meeting her -not commercial mind you but of jointed cap post
ando again and reading in her face his an week to a villlfication of the same where It had been underwater \",
under the of the blind god "
sway national. said Dr.Vll11alll II, Tolrnau u'
and trustees for In which gold has .1
swer. i president so highly commended years.
either his remarks .
unresponslble fur
to a reporter of the New York Commercial -
his At length when ten days had passed"' In September. An intelligent formed In the joints and pores of the
tof eyesight. and suspense Lad become almost", uu is of the Advertiser spooking of the tour wood Gold Is constantly belug formed *.'
public capable judging "rea
It of love at first
was certainly a case this
fi be Is to take through Europe summer
aA Igbt-on the part of Su ulldel'lI. When endurable, the postman left a bulky sons" for this flop. The heading and for the American: Institute For I In rocks and veins and placers Just
envelope In hit letter box. i what it Is that the baby gold formation
be looked down Into the dark eyes article follow, in full: Social Service. The Institute has collaborating -
:l raised so frankly to his own he gave It was his story, and as be unfolded feeds on to effect Its growth Is not
members lii nil of Europe
up bIll heart unconditionally. In all it a typewritten slip fluttered to the UNANIMOUSLY VINDICATE parts known.. If it were, a new and wonder-
and It has been its desire for
a
bis thirty-five nothing bud sent floor lie picked it up mechanically. fully lucrative Industry might be born
years
the blood rushing so riotously through It was the usual rejection slip, curt The University Kninor Found to Be I long time to send some one abroad to and all other kinds of farming save the
visit tbe distant members of the flock
and businesslike without added growing of gold might temporarily be-
his veins firm au
the of
as warm clasp 1
False In Particular."At .
Every the continental -
to study conditions In large
.- her hand. line to soften the blow. abandoned. The formation and growthare

. t But he was a quiet self controlled It might have been minutes, It might the meeting of the Board of cities as well as those of Great due to mechanical and chemical ac

fellow with a composure born of have been bouts' that he sat there starIng Trustees here Thursday evening and I Britain, and to get accurate Information tlon. As In the case of the animal or /
years all day Friday, the difficulty at the as to what these people are doing .
w 'of struggle up the uncertain literary at the scrap of paper. Then with vegetable, existing gold has existed In
'''. ladder. So he did not bold the little a groan, he bulled his face In his arms J University was patiently and exhaustively by way of social service. As Dr. Tol other state before assuming its

hand a second longer than politeness as If to shut out the words. Ills castle i complete investigated vindication/! and of resulted Dr. Forbes.in a man expressed: it, "we want to get present form. Waters which percolate J.

demanded. There was no trace of eagerness in Spain had fallen down about his There were twenty out of twenty- I Ideas from them and put the good ones through the earth's crust are said to

I. ., In his manner as he sat dowuP" ears, and he sat among the ruins. three of tbe Trustees actually! Pl". si into practice in this country. At present contain substances from which gold is

;: ''J on the divan beside her and began to The sun was setting when he rose ent, and the Board has in its number there Is no way for travelers Inter formed. Thus gold, like the animal and

'talk as few men and fewer women had brusquely and went out Into the air to i some of the most distinguished men ested In social economic activities in vegetable, must have water in order to

t_,. heard him talk-brilllautly, with Hush walk mid walk In the hope that physical in this and other states. Europe, in municipal functions lu public thrive. The gold In the water Is deposited -

11. es of wit and sarcasm relieving the underlying weariness might stifle his suffer Tbe .decision of the Board is received or private charities, to know what when It meets the proper pre.

.dl';, earnestness of thought. ing. The coolness/ of night brought a with the utmost pleasure and k' In! to be found of Interest In each city cipitant. The !precipitant may be an
dogged to blot the satisfaction by the people of DeLand, except through fugitive! articles half earth current of
out
Cecil Travers was quite unconscious courage past and the whole matter will be electricity, some vegetable
w finally
! x. of the metamorphosis she wns inndticlog. with Its day dreams and turn to the t\i," and fo.:ever dropped. forgotten and not preserved or through growth or chemical in the rocks."

(:; She only thought that this big, future. While the rumors were current the i iiI\ Inquiry on the spot. Every picture and Little Geld Mining In Brazil.H. .

:; blond man was not nearly as unapproachable But It was weary work. The end of confidence; and the high! esteem held, statue of note every old castle or me- W. Furnlss reports from Babla

.i',. as he looked. lIe was really the week found him so worn and haggard on the part of tbe DeLand people, in n dleeval church Is carefully noted In that gold occurs In various places

- charming. And what was the more his friends declared he was overworked Dr. Forbes were never shaken; they guidebooks with Information how and |I throughout the district and Is chiefly

. remarkable, he did not talk about him- and advised rest and change. ::.t.. loyally and unflinchingly stood by a where to see It apd why it should be found us alluvial gold along rivers butnocurs

VII, "Your novel Is making such a success man whose life had always been Ideal i seen. But the great movements for social sometimes in quartz. No gold Is

:' The girl found this au unusual"' expe you run afford to do it," they urged. and holding an admirable the high example for that a person he betterment, the Institutions, which being mined at present. Copper Is saidto

7; rience. As reader for one of the rungu- He only smiled bitterly and shook his 11 does. This result of the position investigation show the trend of human progress and occur lu paying quantities/ in various

3.t t Bines and writer of short stories, she head It seemed such cruel mockeryto of the rumors, as unanimous, as abso the Industries occupations and education parts of tho, district but no mines have

p'
l R "Yet," as she said pathetically to her- ( novel should bring him no hap to the people of DcJ..and.Vlth But Miss Helen M. Gbnjd has lit last company tins recently acquired a large

+t? self, "the minds always seem to turn piness.He M4 almost an all night's session and all made this expedition possible, and on tract of laud and will soon begin oper ,

1) inward. How can they write about the was listlessly sorting his mall one .tt / the next day until 8 o'clock without May 20 Dr. Tolman. director of: the In- ations. There are no silver mines In .

f : (world around them when they are so morning when ids eye fell upon a tiny 1f' intermission this eminent body of stitute; Mrs. Tolmau and Joseph Mor the section. ,i
'\ absorbed in self blue 'Y., men who came here, at the request of and maker '
* ? envelope which bad been biddenby row an expert photographer : Mining In Colombia. -
; j
.;'ate'..f Her wonder grew when she discovered the others. His heart seemed to 1'J Dr. Forbes, went, into to investigate detail these made rumors a of lantern slides will start on their From Colombia Consul Malmroa ,

k. that he, too was an author. :She; leap into his throat, for he recognizedthe :: most searching every investigation! and lour of Inspection./ The director willpersonally reports that manganese and gold are .. 1j

I remembered now seeing his name hand. He read: found not one scintilla of evidence to gather all the material desired the only minerals produced in the dls- I

;, signed to several clever sketches He Dear Mr. Saunders-It is so long sine I i-r. even base a charge: upon, and this by the Institute in Great Britain trlet. Of the former the principal mine;!

.j"I' bad never tried any with the ::; 'llIpo.J't. have seen you that I am pining for one ot verdict the verdict of some of the taking the photographs himself wherehe :i are at Nouibre de Dlos, about forty

lam. As he talked the desire to read our back chute. To be sure I have just come most eminent men of this country, Is cannot find theol ready made. These miles east of Colon the deepest walk '1
from my three weeks' vacation, but
i some of his stories became accepted as absolute and final. photographs will form a complete series -
overmastering. -
then had
you not been to see me for ever lags being! 250; feet below the surface
so long before that. la there anything The DeLand people heartily congratulate illustrating the most notable and The annual ore production when undisturbed -

,r7 "Why don't you send something to the mutter? Come up tonight and per Dr. Forbes on this unanimous typical achievements In social betterment revolutions is
by 10,000 tons
haps I can explain.! Youra sincerely, 1 vindication and endorsement, ...
; me at the Symposium?" she asked at In each line aud in each particular
CECIL TRAVER$. F ; for as long as tbe rumors continued I and the total production thus far In the

.; length frankly. Again Mr. Saunders sat staring at a M'. there went with them a reflection city. whole district is 00,000 tons. The gold ,

h:, He flushed up to the roots of his hairs piece of paper, but this time It was upon himself upon the position he In Ireland for instance, the studies operations have been tentative thus L

",:,. he said hesitatingly, "I have been the shock of sudden Joy. She bad never ::f. occupies In the University, DeLand :i: will be planned by Horace Plunkettpresident : far, but have promised: good results. .. r
tt busy! about something else but I willaoute and her people. k' of the department of agricultural
his
seen story. It had been turned
.' time." The groundless rumors have done { and technical instruction for Ire I
!
down her New War to Color Silk. _
by deputy reader. J
t the University no harm as our people I..,a
It was his first trace of awkward I
He made most of the explanations feared would be the result. More W To displace> the dyer cud cause the J
ness. Cecil could not know Dr. Tolman added I
that the
that evening, but Miss Travers did not students will be here next week than : "ThroughoutGreat silkworm to color silk naturally lu any I
"something else" was the novel which seem to nitud. were ever here at any previous openIng Britain there will be wade n desired slnule is the object of a set of j i

, iwas the work of ninny months and i and the University year beyond comparative study of the English sys most Interesting experiments which j I

: which was even then seeking a pub- How "Olh'.. Twl.t" Was Created. doubt is assured tbe best by long odds tem of municipal activity-tbe parks, form the subject of a special report to -. T
Usher. Not even to her dared he trust ycf it has ever had. playgrounds, model tenements baths the state department from United .

.: himself to speak ot/tills child of his Even>: the highest genius must sometimes .mot'. The members of the trustees present schools and care of the poor. In lug- States Consul Atwell at Boubalx,
f o r.-tt"Y1ie worItl It borrow or at least appropriate, at the meeting last week were: land different
_ gave u welcome I cities have done particular France. He says that two French scl- { r
I.., ah, thent Ills thoughts were busyweaving the hints of others. Few, however, / John B. Stetson, president, Philadelphia things particularly well. In Lour enlists actually have succeeded lu producing
could make so fine use of Lint ; S. Wright, De- .-
a
as secretary,
a beautiful day dream and don there U the bath
great public sys bright\ red cocoons by feedingthe
Dickens could. i Land; Hon. II. A. DeLand. Fairport, r
Its central figure was this dark eyed tem. Liverpool ban docks which
are silkworms with leaves washed
N. Y. Rev. David ovel
The true story of the origin of "Oli ; Moore, D. D., Ge 1
", girl J who was almost a stranger to him. ver Twist" Is not w neva. N. Y.; Rev. R. S. McArthur, D p.' world famous and the most complete with red. Orange and blue shades also "

He awoke to realities with u start. generally known. It D., New York N. Y.; Rev. W. N. system of public bathe outside of Lon have been produced. The experiment t

; Miss Travers, puzzled at hid silence, Is the this( : After the amazing success of ,eat, Chaudoin, D. D., LaGrange, Fla.; E. don. She too has a system of loaning are being continued. i

: bad risen and was bolding out her "Pickwick Papers" Dickens was O. Painter, DeLand Fla.; James S. .. window gardens to any one who applies iI!

; band In goodby. thinking of following It up by a story Turner Levyville, Fla.; H. B. Stevens, for them and we shall get pictures I I

ou will come to see me some time, of London life, with which be was My DeLand, Fla.; Rev Thomas J. Spark- of some of those tenement house ',..,:...,.\.' 1 I
j; .will! you not, Mr. Sounders?" she asked more familiar than with English country lp man, DeLand, Fla.; Theodore C. wludow gardens. They hate done :: ".......," ,
: .
life. Search, Philadelphia J, T. Clake :
iwitu me iraiiit: smile uuu was tier especial ; .'
i some splendid work In improved housing ,
ij' DeLand.' Fla. Rev. William II. Stewart GI f.fX'
,. charm. "I have enjoyed my visit Just the about studio that of time be happened Crulkshank to I ttii DeLand;; OovE'rnorVllllam S. In Liverpool. EuKlunU can teach. ;' ri ... ., ,:
George
'r; talk with you so very much that 1 us how she her .. ; I
,i.I technical
Jennings, Tallahassee,.Fla.; Frank J.Lougdon manages great .... j ,
and .
, would like to repeat it. I um always was shown some drafting the latter I ty:r. DeLand: Mayor D. U. training schools, where artisans : t

e;; at home on Tuesdays and Thursdays." had( made Illustrating the career of q# Fletcher. Jacksonville Fla.-; B. F. may learn the latest applications of I j
A writer In the
Her tone was so cordial I that how London thief. i, Camp, White Springs, Fla.; J. B. Law, science to plumbing or textiles or any Philadelphia Press

blushed and stammered over hisi There was a sketch of )Kaglu's den, DeLand; E, B. Solomon, Dayton Ohio. d1 other branch of manual Industry. recently gave some good advice regard- I

.. thanks. He called himself u tool a with the Artful Dodger and Master The only trustees represented by II "Every country and almost Ing the hygiene of housekeeping.! In .. .. '

i:'. minute afterward when be found him. Charley Bates, pictures of Bill Sikes ,proxy were E. B. Moody, Lake City; city has every regard to the cellar he said: -
some feature which
; self standing stupidly staring at the and his dog and Nancy Slkes and lastly i c Arthur G. Ilamlin, DeLand and Byron m the social special "Every cellar should be well ventilated

:, doorway through which she had dis", I Fa gin in the condemned cell. Dickens a E: Huntley, BatavIa, N. Y. study with economlsta profit. "For of America Instance can in by windows perfectly dry and thfloor

was much struck the of should be cemented as this la
by
appeared. But that did not prevent power Brussels
one finds: the street
If signs car
. ; bis going home in a strangely excited these character sketches and the result rled to a high point of artistic beauty. much better and healthier than ordinary
'y and exhilarated mood. The of was that lie changed the whole earth or even bricks. The walls.
. .. glamour 3 e &3a. The lampposts: and the telegraph poles
' \ plot of "Oliver Twist" Instead of must be kept clean. They should be
bis day dream seemed still around : I +:, I
;r ... are ornamental. In some cases a city whitewashed from time
bun. And she the lady of his dream- ..a"lIIIIIW,; iiirvuga SpIritleSS uuveu- owns its own billboards and to time. Be
, be loved ber.He tui'os In the country he Introduced him FROM AN ALUMNUS.: have returned if 1>1'. Forbes could have things of makesjthem very sure before this is attempted that
,a4 Into the thieves' den In I beauty as well as of they are thoroughly clean and tlrtit the ,
whispered It to himself as bestrode London showedup -- made It to my advantage. But since profit. We shall
get pictures of those '
'g. across the park, half fearful their life of sin but brought bill "The Three Year I Spent There I was going to have to pay about as lampposts and billboards and any one I away.accumulation of coal dust Is brushed I'I
' that the and the hero through pure and undented. 0
flickering lamps swa3'In" Thus it will be that I Have Meant AU the World to Me." much there as here, I thought it better reeking relief from American horrors The Importance of cleanliness in the '
branches might his secret seen George
guess for me to come here where I could In that line lu the future can come to kitchen f 1
was emphasized. .
but in the silence of his room he said Crulkshank, not Charles Dickens, was P. Marvin Pope, a graduate of Stetson the Institute and Concerning
see how do It In
'jf:' It boldly and the confident ring of the the originator of the leading charactersthat University, now pursuing a course enjoy many other advantages. Brussels and other cities. they living and bedrooms he had tbls to say; .j i :
"It Is
well to
remember that It Is ,
In a
{words seemed to echo the mad beating appear "Oliver Twist"Nature i
at the Northwestern Reserve University The ,
municipal activities of Paris bad thing to scatter dust with duster.
a
>
fit his heart. Cleveland, 0., writes a DeLand SUITS AGAINST, STETSON. without any disrespect, have been on Pictures and ornaments must be I.j k t
t.. It Inevitable tint the next Thursday and wiped j
was Art In Greek Itat..... the spectacular
friend as follows about old Stetson: order. She has devoted clean with a dump cloth. There Is -.a.
night should find him In the parlor Archaeologists have observed that a 'S i
\ In Farther Time Minted In Which to herself not only to the solution of deal
good to be said about
e e e e the chiidren's
of Miss Travers' flat It Greek statues the male
was equally eye Is strongly File Declaration. economic problems but also to making
It should
t'. Inevitable that he should bend all his arched, while the female eye baa rather !' Stetson, dear old Stetson! I shall Jacksonville Tlmei-Unlon, Saturday.A herself the show city of the world, sunny nursery.and bright and well of ventilated.course1
energies' hide his love from the smiling n flattened: surface and
to referring to
remember her as long as I live. The motion asking, for further time to thereby bringing many annual millions Do not allow gad burning in the chil
accounts the older
treated him by
of this who anatomists who
eyes girl camaraderie fatal have affirmed such difference to three years I spent there have meant file a declaration in the suit of Forbes into the pockets of her tradesmen. We dren's sleeping room after they retire.
with an air of bon a ex-
Iii: to sentiment. lilt, they have seen in this a fresh proof all the world to me, and I would not vs. Stetson was filed yesterday In the want to know bow she has done It. I think It Is better If It can be done to I ,
l.# We ought to know too, just how she
allow each .
child to have
It Is doubtful whether even encouragement of the exact observation of nature by give up their memory for principalities United States Court by tbe attorney trains her children to make those a separate
wonderful bed. !Mattresses
;, would have wrung the secret the ancient Greeks. The rule Is not nor powers. It ia possible that for the plaintiff.As and pillows should .
artisans wbo bring all the each be
women day well
exposed to the
first of loving without exceptions, for the cornea In you have not seen her in her best- declaration sun f
from his lips. The Joy yet no In the case of tae world to shop In Paris and air, and It there la odor about ..l'
't was past and In Its place bad come a the Zeus) of Otrlcoll has quite a flat she has been so torn and strained by has been submitted, and considerable Bone of the best work In Improved pillows they should be opened any and the '

u, flood of self distrust, of self deprecia form. Herr Greet recently set himself Internal strife all tbe year-but don't time has been consumed In preparing bousing baa been done In Paris-for In- feathers!' steamed."

tion. To his tortured mind an unbridgeable to Inquire whether such a sexual difference Rife her up. She will come out all the document on account of the complicated stance Jules Siegfried former minister To DUIafoet I. .I..k...*. | e*
actually exists and from individual I
gulf of training and traditions right in tbe end. Institutions like of commerce Is the bead of a bout- j 3
Dr.
1 measurement of the radius of character of the case. It Is Ell Grimes of the state board of
seemed to sweep between them. the cornea In the horizontal meridian people, have their perlo'I of doubt and probable that the declaration will be lag society for' providing better homes health of Iowa directs: .-d,
?She bad been the petted child of rich for the
people, which has started
Y' parents on whom bad been lavished be gets an average of 7.83 .millimeters despondency. Though shadows may one of the most complete and care- two similar societies all over France."A fifty-. I "Everything that goes out of .a sick;

# the gifts of a college education and for men and 7.82 millimetersfor have gathered round it, and dark fully prepared that has been. submit- valuable-part of the trip will bo room should be disinfected before it

\ 'years' of foreign travel. This attempt women (Donders gives 7.838> and storm-clouds may be ragIng about it,' ted in a long time.IMMENSE the establishing of personal relations goes. This applies to the doctor and

.sat Independence and self support had 7.700)), so the difference Is so small up, beyond the human ken, its bead is SUM! SUED FOR". with the leaders of social economy In the nurse flies.as well Before as the soiled linen. Kill i

,'!..been_treated as her latest whim and as to be imperceptible to the. naked crowned with sunshine. Its purposes the capital cities of Europe "so that disinfecting make the
Measurement of other dimensions In the amount of damages, claimed room a* nearly airtight as possible.
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t,bumored accordingly He bad scram- eye. are as lofty and noble as ever; and,it they may realize the scope of tbe Institute !- ( Don't'attempt to disinfect I''
gave but minute differences also. the case will hold the record In this books. Burn Ml
bled from school education will'not and
a common be long before the cloud and see the opportunities whichIt them. Don't
The Author concludes that the Greeks trust sulphur gas or formaldehyde P PI
hate beset the of court. There are four claims against
the pitfalls that path shadows will be scattered and driven offers for the Interpretation of theblher
from artistic motives did not In this !gee to penetrate heavy tab
Ott John B. I
Stetson slander
newspaper reporter. Every upward alleging and social and Industrial life of tho
away. The house of trustees is divided rics. Every carpet, and
case follow DllturLondon Nature.Knew rug bedqullt
"atep. bad been bought at the price of in each indictment the amount of old world. All this mass of material should be
against itself and has pulled! sprinkled with a 4 per cent:
bard work,,' It was but a short time I damages claimed Is 8250,000, making a the institute will have at Its disposal formaldehyde solution
of Ome. the cloak: of doubt and suspicion and tightly b_
rUnce'the
problem of meeting his board million dollars in all. so that the student of social conditionsor packed
"Another fellow and I have agreedto around tbe University but Dr. Forbes away for twenty-four hours.
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."'km had been an all Important one. octal betterment In any line can They will
then
't 1 :That wa the first of many calls but leave a certain matter.. to you. Is the head and soul of tbe institution, MRS. STETSON A DEFENDANT. come here and find copious Information wearing apparel be the disinfected. Treat ,

':.,, _\ ,...,, succeeding visits, while they there such a'thing as a stream.... withoutallY' 'I I believe, la Innocent and Inspired Mrl stetson Is made defendant and photographs on that subject t kle the walls, floors same'way.and suspended Sprin

Mreogthened: his love, gave no courage banks with as noble aims as ever, and In the along with John B.:Stetson, the indictment tabulated and Indexed ready to put sheets with 40 per cent

'Ar declaration.: "Oh, yes; there' the gulf Stream end must win. Some have thought being Sled by ,Dr. Forbes. and his finger on. Lectures and slides will using one-half pound for formaldehyde thou,.
there 1st Thank.r'But every
as clamped heavily out
\ 4k1nMd... upon. .him by which be might his Jaw hanging down he left the Impression tbe scandal, and that by staying that tbe case will not go to court until small fe to societies or individuals." the door for a day and It Is disinfected
tear* 711a fate and :yet-spare her the .
.. away I lent moral influence late In the : .Meanwhile the Formaldehyde-Is. better than
to
In the mind of the answer to my spring. The sulphur.
pia' ef ,.tuM.L''Sbe;: bad asked him average depreciation of the Disinfection
: correspondents man that he had lost A support the belief of Dr. Forbes lawyers on either. side are linlac : should be done thoroughly
a story-'t the Symposium. .. ; up thirteen cable stocks because of',Mar .;or It U
N...... ....;.. .!" Ie alit. .. Such It not the case. I would for a big l.gal contest., ''coiO,> McceM to a. per ClOt. '?, III- .eleag.vDislnfectIon, u to UT. ,.
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tI = Mrs. G. W. Garfield of Keene, N. H., Mrs. B. E. Prevail was the hostess
fgflSM&teasmfflmmm '
who spent the winter in Daytona, U yesterday afternoon. The game was

now registered at Melrose Hall. Mrs. euchre. Mrs. Woodall won the ladles',

Sale Garfield has greatly Improved since prize; Mrs. 8. D. Jordan drew the s

Special Sho;; I coming to UeLand. lucky tally-card and' Mrs. Bond won 5

,SMx Hats the guessing con teAt. Refreshmentswere
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turnqulat enter- served by the gracious hostess. nl

tained a number of friends at a euchre

I Dry Goods party Wednesday evening. The prizes Mr. and Mrs. Sep Haynes enter- -, 1

were unique. talned a number of friends with a- '
'ftr'' chinch party' at the Olive Branch

illinery Etc. Rev. E. O. Taylor, the noted temperance Wednesday evening. Mr. Powe won ; ao

% lecturer, delivered the first of the gentlemen's prize and Mrs. Pow, .
his series of talks in DeLand last Refreshments r?
won the ladles' prize.
-AT- night to a large audience. Mr. Taylor were served. ... : '

will speak tonight and Saturday, ,

and twice on Sunday. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT. ,
AT'S. Prices !

Reduced Major and Mrs. C. M Bingham of .i Take lets. Laxative All druggist Bromo refund Quinine the moneyif Tab j

Daytona are in DeLand for a few It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's 4'

C days. signature is on each box. 2Cc.K .d
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0000000.000000000000000000g DELAND MEN HOXOUED. 00000000000000000000000000 Mr. Frederick C. Moore of the

o Local and United States census: office, Washington BEAUTIFULGLASS
| Society Personal
Odd Fellows, Gave I's: Two Grand .
was in town Tuesday. Mr. Moore -
Personal Briefs g Lodge Officers Last Week. S Church and Home Is making a tour of the state and

o woooooooooooooooooooooooo. DeLand fared well at the meetingof o o compiling a statement of the financesof
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMiss
r -z the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.! held V PRESERVE
the different counties He
.- School supplies at Aliens' Phar- in Key West last week. J. B. Conradwas : Ellen F. Wetherell of Massachusetts complimented -
elected Urand Master and Rev. i Clerk Jordan very highly,
macy. is the guest of Mrs. t" DISHESAt
Geo. T. :Self: was appointed Grand stating that his books were the neatest 4 <
The delinquent tax list lor Volusla Chaplain. The other grand officers towski on North Boulevard \Vllla-1(I
and most complete found at
county will DC published this'" week in are: Wetherell is a leading woman's rights. any
the JUaytoua Gazette.; The hat, we Ueputy.Grand Ma.ter-T..Ralph. spirit in Massachusetts. I county seat in Florida.Judge FIVE CENTS EACH.
,
understand, is quite "abort. Grand Waiden-A. C. Brinkley. '
McCrory went to New Smyrna -
Wanted-A young. watch-dog. Dr. Grand Secretary-A. M. Cusuinan.: Mr. U. C. Haven has taken his family 'I business We've got some more
E. T. Allen. Grand Treasurer-Geo. 1.. Bran- on Tuesday, returning
nlng.Grand. over to Coronado, where they will home Wednesday evening.The of those popular :
The monthly meeting of the County Representative-C. D. Rine remain a couple of months. before beginning .
School Uoaru will be held on i'riuay hart. to occupy their new home on Ladies' Guild of St. Barnabas GLASS PITCHERS

and fctaluruay:: May 1 ana 2. This i.. 'l'rutees-E.! O. Locke and Robert South Boulevard. Mr. Haven has the church will meet this (Friday) after- too.
I done in order to allow touperiuieuu- LoW.
McClellan.: at the home of Mrs. W. C. Can. BIG ;:
,, cut Fish, to attend the annual meeting The lodge was treated royally bj contract to put down several wells! at noon
ot county superiiiieuUeuiti, widen win the hospitable people of Key West. and near New Smyrna, and will move nona on Indiana avenue.

be held at 'iallauaaaee begiuuiiig on The next session of the Grand Lodge his machine 'cross! country boon. Mr. A. J. Kenney of Washington O'1'OdYIN>FOdPFO I C11.Oh03.Oi'0'h0'FF01'O1'ti-Ol'OFd
the 6th of May. will be held in Orlando.
spent the week in DeLand on a Don't' wait 'till the last
the of the Grand prospecting
( Call on Marsh Bros for anything Atter session Dr. Geo. W. Fisher and Mr. S. D.
wanted trom a well regulateu mar Lodge, about fifteen of the delegates Jordan took Dr. Fisher's father, Dr. tour. day of school before you
ket. went to Cuba: to visit Havana. Mr. "
Conrad was among those who went to John Fisher, over to Coronado on Fri. The Florida State Horticultural decide you want some .y
'" The delinquent tax list for the city Cuba. day to give him a taste of Florida Society meets in Miamn next week.
d'l' of Uel.anu la pubiianeU. in 'int; iivs: Mr. Self returned to DeLand on
surf before his '
fishing returning to
Quite number of DeLandltes will
a
this week. 'liieliatia a snort ouc-
Frldy, loud In his praises of the people -
/, only about sixty pieces ot properlybeing of Key West and enthusiasticover home in Kentucky. They met with take advantage of the very cheap
advertised. Tnia. apexes: wen i the Island's, prospects. very good! luck, landing quite a num- rates offered by the F. E. C. railwayand
bur lue town, showing tnai me people .
ber of bass, some of which they visit the Iagtc City." The
have at leant money euougu to pay Bates to New Orleans. PHOTOGRAPHSCome
brought home with them for distribution .
their taxes. rate from Orange! City Is, we understand
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell among their friends. $5.40. Among those from De-
Don't be fooled by what the other round-trip tickets to New Orleans forul1fed..rato
fellow tells you. We handle Western \.: : Veterans'. reunion on Fred, the son of Dr. George E. Walton Land who intend to go are Carl Stul- t.

Beef and Mutton,and tuc beat i'lonua May 10 to 21, inclusive, with return was married In St. Augustine last ber, Mr. and Mrs. Stout, and Mr. and
Beef iu the stale. limit llay1.. An extension of time Mrs. O. S. McF.lroy.
week Miss Francis Cord.
Marsh Bros. to Mayme
I JKSt to June 15 may be secured upon payment Now
Principal J. B. Lockey of the De- ot a fee 01 50 cents.. The young couple will make their The body of Luther Munson, who

SI 1 Land puoilc Hcuool helu the lucky .. II LI home in the Ancient City. died last fall, wad. brought to DeLandand
Wall of L'. S. for (OUc. Each.
ticket-r o. 112264-at the ball game Maps relnterred in the family lot at
last "euue... O.ikJale Rev
t. know now 101 lunate he was. until lie DeLand board ot Trade is in receipt the Isle of Pines on Friday, states cemeteryon Tuesday. REEVE
read toe number THKJs :tvs.. He ot a letter from the Secretary: of tbe Addyman Smith read the Episcopal
that the lands of his will
called at Uiis office auu gut me tir.i interior inlorunug him thai the government company burial service at the grave.! .
I 1 prize-a $1.25 lJaDebali.u.. L.OCKC.J ia. now ready to supply to all soon be placed on the market. He
K
will turn tile prize over to tile ban who want them, the large 0x8 foot thinks there Is a great future In store Mr. Theo. Kreamer in home from Odoi0FOf l0FOFOt040koYO

team at the puunc school, so they are wall map ot the U. S. and its possessions for the island. In the way of fruit and r-euliL on a visit to hU: family. THESE WILL JAR
the winners, gut he.i delivered at the DeLand po t-
office of tiO cents. Persons ..
on receipt ------ -- ----- ----- ------ -- ---- -- ----- -------
i Brill's. Gause Lisle hose-just the
thing tor hot weather.: desiring a copy ot this excellent map O'0 O.0'0.0Q 0 OGO.0.0 .0.0 G- o. o YOUR PRESERVES
t' should call upon :Mr. Wright and he
The Board of County Commission. will send In toe order for them. The
ers will meet in regular monthly session map Is an excellent one. The cloth : FRUIT JARS :
+ on Monday.Art alone on which it la printed would .sell O.OlIlESII w
for more than 00 cents at retail. : .
paper napkins at Brill's. -- ,

+' New Smyrna in. preparing for a big lUg I'lciiic atDeLeou June 24.Volusla '

fourth ot July celeurallou. Lodge, No. 77, F. and A. M., [NE Two'a.

Brand new hosiery at Brill's. oj Bal bervllle, is arranging fur a
grand picnic at DeLeon Spring on
't The New Smyrna: Breeze claim bt. Johns day-June 24. St. Johns'
that there la 12 leer ot water on lue I Lodge of DtfLand. and the Masonic
bar at Mosquito Inlet. The auuuU- Lodges: of hew Smyrna and Daytona ( ( 1 JS IglIR.IDAY Extra Tops. Extra Rulrborfl:

tugs were maue Captain: McCarthy: have! been asked to participate.
I lam week. Special:: rates will be granted by the PRICES RIGHT.
railroads. The Invitation will be extended .
Mrs. Fisher, colored, died on Wedn
to all the fraternal societiesin AS USUAL --.,
bday and was burled in the colored .
I Volusia county and to the Masonic
cemetery Wednesday atternoon.Brill
Lodge at Satsuma Heights Putnam A'l'
!
I hall Just received a nice lot county. The day will be made a RYLAND & SPARKMAN RELIABLE
I of ladies Hose and veils. memorable one in every respect. GROCERS

Plans", are now being perfected for ._-- THE MARKET ,
improving the grouuila( around JUe- John VanHorn died in DeLand Mon Oi-OiO+Gt 0
Land Junction. A park will be made day morning. Funeral services were E. L. MrBrlde, ONTHE
within the Y. Major Fish bas taken held Tuesday morning from the Chris
the initiative. tian church, Elder Longdon conducting Manager CORNER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
You Will Had the new game called the services. The body wan laid
.
Flinch at Brill's to rest. in Oakdale cemetery. Funeral I -O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.0'0.'0.0.O.OsO.O.O.O.O.O.-0-<>.-0.
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Director Allen was in charge of the I
O. F." Fish is trying/ to organize a I
baseball association. It he succeeds remains. vegetable raising, etc. The only Past Grand M. Davis entertained GET RICH QUICK.Theonly

be says be will bring two big excursions C. 2. Webb: has sold to A. J. Guyonof drawback: It. the pestiferous little ant, the members of Magnolia Lodge, No. .l
this is
to DeLand lliia summer. He Boston, Mass., his fine grove, known which destroys so much vegetable 21, I. O. O. F., with a "Dutch h.inch"oronday way to do to take
should be citizens.. as the Welle' place, on tbe St. Johns
encouraged by our
The annual election will be river. The orange! trees on this place growth. These are overcome by insecticides : evening,after lodge. A most care of your money, and to j

i, held oil Tuesday.city Outwardly, all la were not hurt by the cold and are in and poisons. Mr. Hill leaves enjoyable evening was spent by all. make it go as far as you can. 1 _;
tine condition. I this week for short business --
quiet, but there la said lo be a I I a trip to
r leliipesX. within. It has been many Mrs. W. B. Rupe died on Tuesday. Tallahassee. Later he will go to St. Barnabas Episcopal church, set- Bring it here, and you'll be

ti years since DeLand had a real lively Funeral services were held Wednesday 'I Massachusetts and spend the summer vices next Sunday, May 2: Children amazed at its expansive quali t

n ."scrap" on election day. The excit morning, being conducted by Rev.J. I caring for his mother, who is still In service and Sunday school, 10 a. m;
lug times will probably wall till the I E. Oatea of the Baptist church. choral ties. Try it. 4
t next general election, in 1901.I ) The body was laid to rest In Oakdale.Mr. a precarious condition.Mrs. celebration of the holy communion

I ,i Interesting ball game was played James H. Woods, an old confed- Gould and Miss Grace have I' with sermon, 11 a. m. -
jh .at the park Wednesday atternoon between erate soldier from Georgia, is in De- Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. M.S. Bron-
the DeLaud and University Land this. week looking for his son, moved back Into the Putnam for the

? teams, the latter winning by a score Thomas Woods, who came to Florida season _______ son arrived from Gainesville yester J.J F ALLEN & 0 O I THI'UANITUAIHOUSKO"I': : t
F tsCJ of 9 to 7. Prizes; were drawn trove about three years> ago. A year ago day. Mrs. Alexander will make her .,, '
+ stubs on the tickets. Conductor: last March Mr. Woods received a let- Mrs. a. P. Hays and Mrs. F. F. I home with her son, Atty. Alexander,
Christie won the brat prize; a ban ter from his son, postmarked and Brown went over to the coast Wed- at beautiful Winnemlssett.
dozen cabinet size photos donated by dated DeLand. Since then he has nesday morning, presumably to takea Oi0F040F0 u'eLarid '

Miss Neal's studio; the second prize, beard nothing from him. Thomas look at The Breakers hotel at Sea- Mrs. T. L. Dean entertained a few 5H3Dr -.
box of Nunually's tine candles donated Woods was a farmer; he had a wife J
a by St. .Elmo Fudger, was won and three children. Anyone knowing breeze, of which Mrs. Hays will take ladies at tea Monday evening in honorof

by little Emma Cannons; Walter anything about him will confer a fa- charge shortly. Mrs.! Flora G. Le Bourveau, president '
Sparkman captured the booby prize, vor by notifying James H. Woods or of the W. C. T. U. In Jackson .l
a decorated cake of octagon soap. the sheriff at DeLand. Mrs. J. 'B. Brine and children, who
ville. Tbe ladies
..... the winter gave Mrs. Dean a Saw and Mills and Novelty Works.
spent 'at the Waverly, left wooden shower, the day being her Planing

for Washington and New York tbe wooden wedding anniversary.Mr. .

first of the week., J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.
<
.E", and Mrs.:! R. A. Willison have -Manufacturer of- !
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Chase and Mrs. 4
: moved from Omaha Neb.
Seattle
Ask to ,
r-- W. Chase's sister, Mrs. Brosseck, left this Wash. Writing THE: NEWS, they sled & Rough Lumber: ,

week for Richmond, N. Y., where state: "You will please send THE: Ceiling. Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing;'
j they will spend I some time before NEWS to 4101 Eleventh Well
ForVIM" avenue. Will furnish plans and specification and
going to their summer hotel at Lake you see by this that we have put the CONTRACTOR &; BUILDER. estimates. Special machinery at saUl tot

Klamesha, N. Y., for the season. United States between us and De- finishing work ready to put in place. Employ good mechanics and jaIran. y t

I Land; but our thoughts often revert tee arst-class work in ever particular. bv
Rev A. J. Smith left on Monday for ------
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; back to the little city and the many 'M-
Binghamton, N.Y., where he will
friends that we have there. We
spend a short time before going to ex- )1f'
AT pect to be here the balance 'of this POND L.UMI3 COMPANY
i, his home In Vermont. ,
year; probably longer.. I am Interested PIf
Rev. A. Smith and family returnedto In a soap company here, and am -1 -I-sgDCBXgKSMgXEXBcgJ!!! I -i ''(k

their home in DeLand Thursday, secretary of same. We hope that we Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the De t, D.Lidr ''::111

!; jFUDGER'SFOUNTAIN after a pleasant visit of two weeks at will not be forgotten, and look for Prices on all kinds of 4. { '

the beach. They went fishing Wednesday ward to the time when we can again -. ]' ,
In company with Rev. and Mrs. visit DeLand." l'i "

A." N./ Klrod!: and had good success. At the First M. E.. church on next 'Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring g gf, iig .tl' M

They took a nice lot of fish home with .t:
them.-New Sunday morning, the pastor will :"
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i ..Mr.; ..Cornelius Chtlstlancy spent Service at 11 o' leck. All are cordially --- ..',... ,,

& 4' c4 several days" this! week oa he" coast.' Invited.. Brisk:, and EYMrythlog in the Lumber Line.' Orza. dSUt Nd''
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KON-REFILLABLE BOTTLE. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR ALLEN'S I a .
.t =i: IN GHOSTLY( HOUR FOOTEASEA I RIGHT HEIGHT FOR SKIRTS.
Jacksonville Man Makes Discovery powder for the feet. It cures

Company to Manufacture Same. Swollen, Sore Hot Callous, Aching, A* HI..h .. a Wom.a Pl....., S.T. )"
ICopyrlg-ht, 1903. by T. C. McClure.] From Jacksonville Metropolis Sweating: Feet, Corns and Bunions. At Gallant Mlnaomrl Jnilirv. ''j''
Patty trailed ghostly sheetings downS The I QI all Druggist and sboe stores, 25c. Ask Women In Joplin, Mo., can hold tbelr ,. '-C

tbet;, l'08d stairs Into tho uncertain fire Metropolis several months Ago today skirts as high as they please If the ,

: light of the great hall. Sue must havo announced that William S. Barnett, -- s i weather is bad and the ground muddy ,, d; J.(:'!i'
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dressed with unusual expedition she manager of Smith &: Richardson' alt The Bell Telephone Company Is to says the New York World. :, i I

is ?i, thought,'for none of,the guests had as Provision Company, had invented a build a loner-distance line from Jacksonville :- Miss .'Iora111101011 was arrested I ,p! ',' I ......
stopper that would prevent bottle to Lake City. for elevating her skirts above what a
yetarr'tled., Y
from again being used. Each of the chief = policeman thought was the proper ; y
With ,Uttle sigh of relIef-for she'dreaded'the'first i
MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERS! t1
} night among stran- Would-be, Inventors have endeavored organs of the body is a height. UIss Williams was negotiating L : -1'
'.'" link in the chain of life. How many children are at this sea muddy street at the time. Miss ',j.p j
, 1 genshe pushed aside her black musk for years to secure a device of chain son feverish and constipated, with bad a
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and'Walked'over to the.fireplace. Air this kind no stronger Williams, blushing and angry stepped
as distillers, manufacturers, than its weakest link, stomach and headache. Mother Gray's admit
4t, she gazed Into, the heart of the glow. etc., have repeatedly stated that avery the body ao stronger D Powders for Children will always cure. before Judge Potter and said: "I '
' Jng flames she thought of another fireside large fortune awaited the man than its weakest organ.If If worms are present they will certainly I lifted my skirts above my shoe tops, "
of Just ..' year ago. Different, there is weakness of remove them. At all druggists but never as high as this man said I
y' yes-in a tiny parlor In Boulder. Colo.- who would Invent such a thing. From heart or lungs, liver or J 25cts. Samples mailed FREE. Address did. This Is the way I took them." Pall t 1 noli ne .

and she.had not been alone then. Her indications Mr. Barnett has made kidneys, there is a weak Allen S. Olmsted LeRoy, N y I And she showed tbe court. 1 .:
father slept In the next room, and Jack the "hit," as a strong company Das link in the chain of life -- > "I believe a woman can carry her and order your new spring suit : .

: ;iwas by her side on the low sefele. Jack I just been organized in this city to which may snap at any Florida's Increase In tax values, skirts as high as she pleases to avoid from the .great Oak-Easel of ..
time. Often this so- last amounted to six mil- rain," said the Judge, and he I
'i She saw It all. so distinctly. They manufacture them. The company called "weakness" is year nearly mud and
/were talking of Halloween superstitions intends to manufacture these stoppers caused by lack of nutrition jr j lion dollars. discharged Miss Williams with apologies. STRAUSS BROTHERS r

and laughing over the befVf that in this city, and a large force the result of disease SPRING AILMENTS. I Good Tailor for 26 Ye>ar*.
"./_ on this one night evil things might will be employed. Gus Muller is the of the stomach and other' ..f CHI C AGO.
"' There is an aching and tired feeling; .
of and Jf vr M.tb.mosiers. if
"I walk abroad digestion
and un organs
} 'croep challenged.up She ghosts had laughed unbelievingly treasurer of the new company, and nutrition. Diseases o f the liver, bowels and kidneys become There was organized at Rutgers col- 2 From start to finish good quality r 11

with her head resting on this morning he made a test that the stomach and its allied sluggish and inactive.the digestion impaired lege In New Brunswick, N. J.. last No2 is the predominating feat- &

Jack's shoulder and his strong arm proved most satisfactory to the stock organs are cured by tbe with little or no appetite no vember a mathematical society, which ure of all clothes made to order
holders. He of the use of Dr. Pierces Golden ambition for anything, and a feeling since that date has met Saturday even jInge.
round. her. But now? placed one stoppers Medical by this well known tillering:
Discovery. that the whole body and mind needs
, She shuddered and bid her face In in a bottle, and with a pressure When the diseased stomach toning up. The trouble is, that during Its membership Is as follows: house. No detail Is too small :

he 'Aands, for In the flames she seemedto of fifty pounds at his bottling establishment is cured, diseases of winter there has been an accumulationof Professors Tltsworth. Prentiss, Speyers to be given careful attention; I.
see the history of tlut; twelve months he was unable to refill a bot- other organs which seem waste matter in the system. Her- i and Breazeale, Mr. Morris, Dr Bracket -
remote from the stomach and Messrs Baler and Collins. The your perfect comfort is .
-tie quarrel and Jack's!! sullen depar
tle. In fact, not a single drop of bine l will remove .it, secure to the secretions -
t i
but which have their bus been thus far the '
their
__ primary object sole aim. Csll st ourstore
could be forced into a right exit and by its tonic effect -
s1levee liquid the bottle. origin in a diseased condition of the consideration of the theory of the func-
The when first ailed stomach and other of fully restore the wasted tissues snd look over the splendid -
bottle can be organs digestion In which
I lions of the complex variable
of the loss with all
clipping telling ,
and give strength in place of' weakness.
and nutrition are cured also. assortment of 500 latest I
bands, of the Arctic Queen, and among easily emptied through this stopper all connection the society Is reading and
-t waR in health when I commenced" Soc. at druggists $
tt poor
the passenger list his name-John San- but !it can never be refilled. Mr. Mul- taking Doctor pt""",, ''. medicineswrite. Mr.Elmer \ ---C- discussing the treatise on this subject and nobbles patterns. We will]

.. ".' born-her father's death her return ler slated that the device would not had: o arkfI,,Volga, heart Jefferson. and \lung Co.,trouble Ind. **1. And now your "Uncle Orov.: '' has by the French mathematician Durege. quote you prices that will Inter

east and these weary mouths of being only I be used extensively in this country Waa not able to do any work.: Z had a""sewn tackled the negro problem. If they The chairman of the society is Profes.est. you. Your satisfaction, as t.F' t.it itor
passed l from one relation to another, cough and hemorrhage of the lunga, but after down this these Northern Premiss and the secretary Mr. Mor
but in all parts of the world. He using your medicine a while I commenced to come way always, absolutely guaranteed. Dl"
96c' like an unclaimed parcel. said that distillers and manufacturers Gin in strength and Seth, and stopped cough-. citizens who are continually !giving ris.
; jl 1 She raised a startled face at a s lidded right axvav., Took about six bottle of the colored citizen advice will find 4\ W. KOESTER.
were much imposed Golden Medical" Discovery" I feel like a difftr.ent -
by
very
/': step;but Cousin Alida's brisk voice r upon person. gladly most of them hard at work earningan ----
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brought back realities.Why the .second use of their bottles and to all sufferer, for know"r'r.edicla.The : honest living -oww oww aww.aa aw c a-o'ww a- ,

Patty, child you first, and fraud practiced which gave good use of Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets WIDEREPUTATION. ,.-,
x with such a pale pair of cheeks? Down brands of various liquids a bad name. will cure that foul breath.DISASTROUS THE.-p "' -.

.with your mask and let us hope that With the use of Harriett's patent -- WJiitte's\ Cream Vermifuge has

you will get some color before unmasking thousands of dollars will be saved WRECKS. achieved a world wide reputation as be-
time. I have been boasting of ing the best of all worm destroyers
every year in every manufacturingcity Carelessness is responsible for manya andtrnthrifty NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
and for its tonic influence on weak
m7 and
cousin must see
pretty
you railway wreck and the
in the Union to the distillers who same causes
children it neutralizes the ,
to.'lt that 1 am not brought to confusion. are making human wrecks of sufferers as
desire to protect certain favorite acidity or sourness of the stomach, improves J
But the bell. Someof
there goes from Throat and Lung troubles. But
brands. It will also their and assimilationof DE LAND FLORIDA.
the guests are arriving. Be ready to interest all the since the advent of Dr. King's New digestion, $ f aDCLAND'S -
bOw your prettiest, but remember manufacturers of bottles all over the Discovery for Constipation Coughsand food, strengthens their nervous sys- :

there Is to be no unmasking and no country, some of whom have expressedtheir Colds, even the worst cases can be tem and restores them to the health,

talking until supper time. 1 have Invlt- desire to take stock: in the new cured, and hopeless resignation is 'no vigor and' elasticity of spirits naturalto LEADING LOCAL PAPER. .. ,
,
childhood. all
dfgbosts} and I .dare them to prove enterprise. longer necessary?* Mrs. Lois Cragg of --2c.S.C at druggists. 5.

i themselves' of more earthly stuff till Dorchester :Mass., is one of many
A Kansas man sent the following One Dollar Pet Annum
a. betrayed by demands of healthy appe- whose life was saved by Dr. King's
How a Bright Editor Wrote testimonial to a medicine
an patent com-
up New Discovery. This great remedy i is
: JHM.trader Cousin Alida's gay leaders ,\' Elopement.An guaranteed for all\ Throat and Lung pany of: Dear your medicine Sir-"My wife and died.took a I bottle am- Single Copies Five Cents

; diseases by W. A. Allen and Geo. W.
hip the tried their Advertising Rates Reasonable .
ghostly company married again. Please send another
occurred
elopement recentlyat Fisher Price
druggists. Soc and $I.oo.
1 fortunes In many ways, showing unexpected bottle".
ii :; Interest In futures and behave Morriston, N. J. The details of Trial bottles__free.--...__,_ '
t lug In a most undignified and ungbostllkfk the affair were interesting but theyare FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON BOOK AND JOB pnI TEUSe{ ., .
Often startled BIG HOTEL BROOKSVILIE. FARMS.
fashion. FOB
a laugh
not to be with the
r or-exclamation revealed compared Dr. Bergin Pana Ill writes "I
some carefully :
A stock headed O Letter and Bill Heads
manner in which the Mormton company, by ,
bidden Identity. cor- have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always
W Rice has Envelopes, Statements,
been formed for the
,
fatty tried her luck as boldly as the recommend it to friends I
respondent for the New York World my as Engraved and Printed Cards, A
rest but with an Indifference which purpose of erecting a commodious am confident there is no better made.It Engraving Color Printing .-..--**X* .-.. ,.
described the ,
affair.
needed no simulation, and Fate, the Instead of three story brick 50 room hotel aJrookaville. is a dandy (for burns." Those who Programs, Menu and Invitations,

fickle jade Insisted on pouring all writing a dry report of the elope- The hotel will fill a live on farms are-- especially liable to Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils,

blessings In her lap-she should have ment, this correspondent took his long-felt want and will cost abou many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, .-..--d--... Large and bmall Posters Handbills: Stickers,
health and wealth and happiness. TheIr $$$20,000. The Knights of Pythias \\hich heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Advertising, Na'eillesFans, Calendars,
'I smiled cynically. Happiness for pen in hand and firmly sent over and Masons the Liniment is applied. It should alwaysbe Newspapers Printed In Whole or ia Part. '.
her! the wires the following graphic dencription are planning erection kept in the house for cases of emer-
of a two-story building, the I Ir _.>-
Yet wben they launched their boats gency. .250. 50C. and $1.00 at all drug- r
I ESTIMATES
"Susie Uulbert
: CHEERFULLY
FURNISHED.
young upper floor to be used for tbe lodgesand gists. 5,
a nd Ut their candle freight she, too
murmured a name-Jack-for a strange and fair with hazel eyes and golden the lower floor to be used for --- ..------ oOeoo.o.Oe<)+O.eO-

fantasy had come to the girl. Jack hair, rosebud mouth' and dimpled mercantile establishments. MONEY IN PARMISQ' IN THE SOUTH.

IWAS dead but his ghost might --- --+' o----- e
yes
cheek her whole sweet
appearance The Savannah News denies that The
coma to her that night. Her cheeks A RUNAWAY BICYCLE, Racket Store
and meek, has left the town with fortunes cannot be made in farming
!Were scarlet with excitement. Cousin Terminated with an ugly cut on the I ,
''Apda would have smiled approvingly young Frank Dey, a youth of aspi- leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill.It and cites as an instance Hon. Frank J. A. ERICKSOIVT .

Ifohe: had seen the girl as she watched rations high but barely old enoughto developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding Adams of Hamilton' county and Proprietor,

i; tlwt mimic craft. Again the fates were to doctors ,and remedies for four president of the Florida senate. DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWELRY -
.' kind too her. Her taper 1 burned the longest wed; so village gossips all have years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve In referring to Mr. Adams' success, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 11USIU\ ETC.
so to her should come the granting said. She's sweet sixteen, he twen- cured It's just as good for Burns, the News "There'are
'I" of her wish. She trembled, and and Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25C, says: numer- Agent for the SINGER the best Machine in the world; All kinds of
!' yd there was a mad exhilaration at ty-one now they're dodging pa at W. A. Allen's and Geo. W. Fisher's OWl individuval cases going to show Sewing. Mat-hie en xepaiitd and jarts furnitltd.
_
e,:._.. ___ 'J..i thought. and gun; for yester night they ran drug stores. that farming pays and pays well,
t The girls In turn were trying their away riding on the dapple when it is managed, rii htly. Hon Beat and cheapest HAKNEfcS:: in 11 e city. Hum res reran id prcmrtlv

.; luck lit the darkened room with the church affair in full gray.A PORT 0/MNO Frank Adams of Hamilton county I I 6T A BOOT AND :SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION, say ",

,I magic mirror when a distracted young was swing pecUl Correspondence Florida, who is just forty-one years .
min ut. Cousin Allda. and Frank said 'It's the very thing old baa been
'f.j 8Ougbt lh'lI' ; chosen president of SS&
Port Orange, April 29.-Mr. Lull > ttUiKK. ) > >ttVM fKJk'>iF&fllfib'! >ifftA4NftL'19\ k 'IIlII!
,;" Pendleton," he gasped "I must have we'll shake the town this very night bury will leave his summer home the Florida :Senate. Twenty years ,,",!

I.".." Tben some as brandy he became quick aware! It's of for her Patty mutes !" and give the old folks quite u fright.' the opposite side of the Halifax on in ago$100.Mr. Adams was worth less than :For: : a :P1easai:: .t 'J"i.JC..S'OOT01HE : :

.. astonishment he whispered more coherently So off they went upon the nag May, and has invited Mrs. Dr. Du Today his wealth is esti-

;; : "It's Mlsa Ersklu. She faint:4" which pa used with plough and Bola to accompany himself and wifeon mated at $250,000, nearly all made -.' I!
out of the soil of his
.': -4- In the mirror room and I can'tmake a visit to their winter home in native state.

}"": her open her eyes. Ob. won't drag and that's the reason he's so Paris, France and also to show her He has a farm of 15,000 acres .. QC- ..6..TZC: :I 0 Lc- ::e

l you come quickly?" mad-its knocked him out of farm the sights In London, paying all her spoken of as "the most highly cultivated -

P, '' ,Then( Cousin Allda became her ens- work bad. Susie's grandmamma xpenses. in the south." In our own t

if" ternary quick witted self and followed I state we have a farmer James M. ,
; says fcke'l! all forgive if.they'll There are only a few families left
return -
htm) with her remedies BO silently and
Pt' Four tat i
Smith of
who ia credited
4 expedjitlously that none of the cow- and with her live. She's sent here now. Mr. Goodwin and the Ape I. with Ogletborpe, fg1lagkes for i3oatigg.Sgilbogts .
having made $1,000,000
,; pinT? was aware of tbe catastrophe.X that word to all near by but to i enzeller family returned to Indiana :o-vv'boqts{ '
4\'Cn.1n\ her bewilderment she bad up last week: and Mrs. Noakes to Ohio. or more by farming and he U add- Gqqoes for 1jeit. -

',:, .' ,}peed one'thliifj-John Sanborn bad date has no reply from either Sueor I Mr. Wm. -Johnston had a serious ing to bis wealth season after season ,

t- called- her'=cousin- "Patty.'' He knew Mr. De"." and Mr. Smith like Mr. Adams, of
,i" 01, fan last week. He was trying to putout No Cl1q1f e f o* Hdinission
I' 1foqqds.
bos. Florida his wealth of ,
out
I dug the a
I I a fire on the roof of his home in ,. :.
"
i Jbut her voice was only tired she
as ground.
'I I the when the ladder brokeaustng Clqb if
country,
; oqsc Opeq to file
asked "Then Jqblic.FJiOOlJ .
gently)
iI you know-Patty, pale face and ghostly garments bendIng --- -- .
,w" U., Sanborn?" I I above them they closed. "The i him to fall and bruising his CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL. .

tJ..V" :HlsJakes'never: left"the white face ghost! she moaned In terror. I back considerably. Mrs. Frank Chiasson Patterson La. '
,;,. *... he i!answered .wildly: "Yes, I know Her Ups were growing blue again I Dr. Kestler and wife invited some writes June 8, 1901: "I had malaria fev-, Parties! Can Hue the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen tlttiDishes. '-

bfp l!used-.fo>-know.: her. it'. my fault when Allda seized her trembling bandsIn friends and neighbors to accompany er in very bad form, was under treat- etc., at Moderate Bate,. "

tljjat I don't know her now. I never her warm one. "Patty dear you them In their steam launch to Day- ment by doctors but as soon as 1

: .tJi ufht It would frighten her so If are dreaming. There are no ghosts tona, last Friday.Mr stopped taking their medicine the fever

""* I looked oc'' her shoulder. Oh, do you here-only I, Cousin Allda and one F. O. Stewart bargained fora would return. I used a sample of Her- qOOtJ iLJSTD ''
think'the will ever open her eyes?" other. You know him Patty. It Is an lot In Hand's addition and bine, found'it helped me: Then boughttwo PTANO fo* Vgincig.
It? Even as.jaw'spoke there was a flutter old friend of yours. Open your eyes Intend .bottles which completely curedme.
;:;:' .f bdvfljad'the dark eyes opened and tell him that you are glad to see building when he returns In the fall. .. I feel grateful to you for furni.hing U'Hefreshments will be .
o, .' Jowry ..fearfullyBut.. as they met thee him." Mills Mary Cord was married to Mr such a splendid medisine and can evening for OD Sale every" Thursday with Music In the ; ,
Dancing
.
;;.,. --(" ." Before her masterful commands, Fred Walton In. St. Augustine and honestly recommend! it to those suffer, .. ;,j I,

'. ..i..".. ... ..."' .- .. girl opened her eyes again and gazed, they have come to spend their honeymoon them ing from" Herbine malaria as it will surely cure -1tWAtASASIi 1f iM3tlt rln3fatbiasa. -.-..ew--. a_suxMxa._-- -..a._.<__._-...._,........-S. ".1 ::
still half fearfully, Into the face of her with her sister, Mrs. Taylor Mc- 5oc. bottle at all druggists :t
lover. "Not dead?" she panted. Daniel. 5. * K>K>**C>*<>*C>H>*<> <> O >*OK>*C>K n'(...I

THE'OLO RELIABLE For answer he caught her up In his II JOHN !

t arms "Not dead!" be cried DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AGE The Ocala Driving Park Association \ B. STETSON UNIVERSITY -

"Did you .think,.I'was,. : It's shameful when youth fails to has raised' $4160 {D. subscrip > i :

was all my cursed pride exultantlY'1 show proper respect for old age but Lion and sold $54:40 worth of stock. < i ii DE: LAND FLORIDA. -
silent at first when I went
just i the contrary, in the case of Dr.Kintr' .IN AFFILIATION WITH
to a H' t't dike. And then when 1 ['the < '
.. ed'a Boulder you were'gone. (| New Life Pills. They cut off ''I The receiver First National o; ME+ DIVERSITY OF -CHICAGO. )

been treated as fcieS bunted for yon ever since till now-I maladies no.mattter howsevere and irrespective JBank-of Florida announces that da-1 r .
,
humored according y have found'' you. Miss Fendleton can of old age. Dyspepsia, Jaundice --I positors will receive a first paymentof PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN)IM EITHER INSTITUTION i' ,,t, ,
tell that I bad Idea FOR WORK IN THE <:1 '
tabled from a com you no that'you Fever' Constipation III yield to .25 per,cent,on,,May 15.: I OTHER.
.
rivers her cousin.. this perfect Pill asc at W. A. Allen'sand
'into 'tb : OOLLJXJK
the pitfalls .41
; 'But Miss jPendleton Jhsdgone ,ont Geo. .W.,,Fisher's drug: stores. \. LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE or LAW .
x S. newspaper rep r "I softly and shut'the door b bind:nan .. ; NOT A 'SICK DAYSIH.CE.. ACADEMY SCHOOL .i
OF
Step bad been hoti" TECHNOLOGY:
hard,Work', It i iw r ... HELEN WOOD. "I was taken. severely sick with kid NORMAL AND PMACTICK SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN j BUSINESS COLLEGE
_
the problem Rapid Trolley Traveling nay trouble.' I;tried'all-1000ts. of medicines .
I bad been an air 1 Haataa Ptesr. Mak..::"R..a.v.lt.. An electrical railway Is projected be- none of which relieved med..One \ 1 SCHOOLS or Music..AND ABT
'
'That was the first ofUng .The name "Roosevelt" the letters of tween Paris and Brussels upon which' day I. saw an ado of your Electric Bitten Law. Onduaiee admitted Practice
'' vlsllI which will be formed by thousands of cars are to cover"the distance 101 and determined to try that. AJter A Oaaaplete! System la Worlds without Bnlll1aatloa.
?' r OltiogWetled I bis love, gt* i'I school children .wsvlnfc flag baa, bee a' tolles m two hours. taking a few doses 'I'felt.relieved and .AD Adequate and of Competent Correlated J'.ouity work In of Manual Instructors Training.

|r Ittl declaration. decided on as feature' of tbtl gifenttag, soon thereiftef was entirely cured and A Wel1..1eoted and eo..p..8DeI.. VQ.U
to the president when hi visits Dee III... lave not seen a-tick day Since. Neigh-I 0.r5lO. Q5In at
AIM last i in.hist despefkwn Into Tear DOM* bore of mine hav been cured of Rheumatism Ru/ldlogs sad Eqllipmea&..
Moires, la April 20. Tile children will I 8i1MD41417 '
Equipped
him bywlMC 011lU1Ullua.
| d.npon 'Allen's .
lonjtn( a.P1l1 of the roJJt-Eaiie. It rest* the feet. Neuralgia, Liver sad Kidney, 'ALlbKarr of over .-.
'MII'fete.and'yttgt bjfon*<* ( .capl- Cures Corns,DnDlou. OAtt Yel% mea < f 1
Ingrowing Nails trouble and General Debility.This ,
'
ar j.fu.aL B1t. toln all 16000. school' .children. .. milta..tllo Swollen and aweatlew..fe.&> 'At' all i'what B.HP// 'Bais/of'Fremont.-N.-" ; <. !{... ....... remtlopadsn.e .........b .. -w
"
_. : '! w -o.. ...iI'.1HM41if '-
..,... '.:.1....; (...,';t J<( tJt.4' .r druggists,aDd shoe stores t20c.. Ask. writer.J OaJy.so-.atoW>A/.'Aneu'a'emd. 1.'i;I.-,"" ;&;?, ('' '"W"', ', ....., ; oAt .... r _
'
"" -- today. ;:: ;! <. ,
.... ., -. 1""' !; ., ..' : ; Oat
.. ; \ .- ". .. Geo..W. r..lt.r''sj druggists. : ''' '' e ***,
,.::: ,/' oil...;;.; (/It.\; (' e'*,-. V...\ Vfit & i 11 .