The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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YOLo XVIi, NO 19. DE LAND; YOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA. FRIDAY; nIAY 8, 1903 ) Q :. o'fp."s ';:"vrt: .


I [ -THE LEADINGPjbfessional and.Business. OOO6OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo DcLaiul has Been 00000000000000000000000000o g Confederate Vets \ 00000000000000000000000000o Waterworks Plant 0g g G. DREICA & CO. ..4

MenOF Signally Honored Effect Organization o in Dad Condition %o -' LEADING- '

DII LAND.- 000000000000000000000000000D 000000o0000000000000000000mHE 00000000000000000000000000CONSIDERABLE

M"" DA.Z.BAERECKE,M.D., ELAND has been signally/ honored rally of the old soldiers at De- anxiety and an-

:,''nJJ. l\, .. by Florida fraternal or- Land on Monday was truly an noyance the past GenerallVlerchandistOldest

* '- 4ft 1i.ystoian and Surgeon. (janUatlons the past year. Every Inspiring event. Gathered there were week by two breakdowns at the city .

i "'" DeLand prominent organization in the state many, if not all, showing the signs of water plant. The new engineer/ Scott
New York;lveT ,
Fla. Oinoe Hours
10 A.M tc\1.M.i.to4and7to8PM.> has been presided over by DeLand age and Infirmity, yet fully alive to Hodgkins, took charge last Friday Established House in the City. .
man. This ia a coincidencesome.thing the duty of uniting themselves for the morning. The old engineer R. D.

GEO. A. DAVIS;M. D.', that may never happen again, of preserving remembranceof McDonald, resigned because tbe coun-

Physicf nand! t Surgeon, not only in a town of this size, but in purpose the fateful struggle/ of 1801-05. cil refused to raise his pay to $1000 DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.SPEOIALTIES. '

OlBoe Hours s.A. M.to. W at.; 1 to Sand 7 to any city of the state. The comrades having been sum per year. Mr. Uodgk ins sent his man .

11 S P.M.Bpeolal attention. to mldwlfey j and' surgery I W. A. Allen in March completed his moned by bugle/ .call to the: court down to the plant an hour before .

Calls answered at any' hour. Office In rus- year as Grand Chancellor of the Grand house at 11 o'cloi'(;>, tbere assembled, time for the old engineer to quit, that

idence Houae., Indiana Avenue',,'west_ >. of Court Lodge, Knights of Pythias, and now and upon motion, Hon. W. S. Thayerof he might learn the working of the New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.

holds the honored position of Past Enterprise was chosen as temporary steam and water pipes, cut-olfa! etc.,

JOHN MACDIARMID, M. D.. Grand Chancellor of the slate of chairman and Col. John A. Brad but Hodgkins' man was Informed by DeLande Florida,

and Surgeon..al Florida.J. McDonald's man that "Mr. McDonald ,
Physician I ley of Land: was made secretary. ---
\, B. Conrad was elected Grand said no one was to be allowed in here
A' Practitioner nit* Specialist.Offl The object of the meeting having 410FOdaJttta1\ 3
' ), ,<>r FIshcr'R Drug Store., Hours: 9 to Master of the Grand Lodge Independent I been briefly stated, the first thing in till 7 o'clock." .

r 4tto4aud7lo8. Order of Odd Fellows, at the sessian order was the enrollment of names of The new man went In when the old DeLaml Real Estate Office.

A 8. MUMSON,H. \\fg, in Key West last month, and la those present, who:were in favor of hand came out, and the working of

now the presiding officer in Florida 1! of making the organization a pcrt of the the plant has had to be "studied out"

Homeopathic Physician.Office '.. this noble order.J. United Confederate Veterans, and the and learned by experience.The '

Otnoe-. Hour 1U soutb to U ol Fran to drug B and store 7' to R. Wetherell feat present Grand following named persons voted to become first trouble came Friday after :: eO\L.se: :For: : Rers.t
when the feed
8P.M. High Priest of the Grand Royal Arch members: noon pump

Chapter of Masonry, and will presideover U. M. Bennett, 7th Ga. Infantry. down, and it was found impossible to ( \ -

JB. w.e. TAYLOR, the session in Jacksonville next David L. Wickham, 4th Fla. Inft. /get water into tbe boiler. This was .. City Lots Residences0\\
Surgeon-Dentist. week. W. P. Edwards, 6th Ga. Inft. tll'1allyovercome aud everything ran

Silas B. Wright served two years as I. J. Wells, 4th Fla. Regiment.J. along smoothly until Tuesday morn- and Unimproved Property.

. v'"-,'. Office over Fisher's Drug Store DeLand Fla Grand Master of the Grand Lodge, A. Douglass/ 7th Tenn. Itet.J. / Ing.

E. ALEXANDER, Free and Accepted Masons, and now L. Chandler, 2d Fla. Regt.J. Monday night/ someone opened a
JAMES hydrant in the middle of the Property of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Paid
holds the title of Past Grand Masterof J. Vinzant, 2d Fla. Regt.F. city park,

Attorney-at-Law. the Grand Lodge and Past Grand J. Barksdale, 3d Fla. Regt.W. and one on Michigan avenue, near ,

t; Will Practice In State and Federal Couits.Olllcus High Priest of the Grand Chapter. A. Finney, Southern Rights/ Bat the old Lynch place. By morning: all \ '
: Rooms 1 and it, Brusb Block, UK-: George T. Self holds the the water was out of the tank steam Land sold for Taxes redeemed.
1-4 LAND FLORIDA. appointive tery.S. .
position of Grand Chaplain of the J. Hodges, 8th Fla. Regt.R. ran down, there was no waterpresureto J. E. Wtti.erllAbstract :
, i :
FISH, fill tbe boiler which
BERT Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. D. Brooke, 5th Fla. Bat.L. ( was being
done the arrival of Office between Post Office and Bank.
DeLand can always be found In the E. Causey, 9th Fla. n 2t. a pump ,
Attorney-at-Law, front rank, but it is doubtful from the factory, by tank-pressure),
whethershe R. W. Roberts, 7th Fla. Inft. -o-I I-O'I<>+O+O-ro-
Practicing! In all Stato and Federal Courts. (or any other town) will ever Peter Rawlins, 2d Fla. Cav. and considerable. trouble was oc
Civil or Criminal business Kl\on careful casioned. Fur several hours the city
again hold down
attention. the presiding Reuben Marsb, 2d Fla. Cay.

chairs in the grand lodges of the stateIn L. W. Odom, 5th Bat.A. was entirely without water. A POLICY WILL DO ,.
By the kindly assistance of J. H.
W. PERKINS, the same We have
JAMES year. several J. Goodson, 1st S. U Inft.J. .
ICruse, M F. Burton and others
prominent young secret society men' T. 9th Fla. Inft. a
.Law. Dreggors, something! almost wonderful and certainly :
Attorney-at feed installed and
coming on now, and they will doubt. H. D. Bracey, 14th Va. Inft. new pump was highly satisfactory. \ d SIt

,, Solicitor Criminal Court Record. Will 1',rac- less be honored by election to the various Amos Emanuel, 7th Fla. Inft. "things" have: been moving along will\ raise from the ashes X44 f
-- tine In all courts within the btuto 01 smoothly.
ida. Olilce over VoluslaCounty Bunk. chairs, but they will probably H. J. Pruden, 4th Fla. Cav. of a burned down home or store. It Ywvp.J
not all be elected During& the inactivity of the system,
at the
same Robert Jones, 4th Fla. Cav.
will m anythousaud cent on ,
pay per
"VOLUSIA quite a crowd collected around the
1 ABSTRACT COMPANY, G. W. Peterson, 9th Fla. Inft.G. and all its cost and enable the holder to re / /
plant, nearly were surprisedat
build his residence make *'
e. B. WILSON, MANAGER. 0 the condition In which they found or to a new
I Commencement at J. Snyder, 3d Ark. Inft. business
Abstracts furnished and titles perfected.Next g o the pump, boilers, and tbe plant in start In i I ,
\Vuiugln County Junk, James L. Bennett, 7tb Fla. Inft.
Stetson I general. One of tbe boilers was not
D..Laaud.ilu. I University W. S. Thayer, llth Va. Inft. FIRE INSURANCE
0 .I even packed the hand-bole being
0000000000000000000000.0000COMMENCEMENT J. B. Law, 8th Fla. Inft.
A: : open, and not at all ready for use incase is not a speculation; it's a necessityPermit .
John A. Bradley, 2d S. C. Cav.
Notary Public. exercises this of fire The feed to write 4i1
: uiergency. us you up a policy.
Jamea Sauls, 2d Fla. Cav.
year University will take was entirely The ,
Dealer in Real Estate. Thomas S. Bouchelle, let N. C. Inft. pump vone. pumps WRIGHT Demand Fla. '
place from May 22 to 28, inclusive. pit, buildings I / and all the machinerywere :: SILAS B. ",.-
60th N. C. Inft.
A. H.
The program of exercises is as follows id lll kt The former
Taxes paid and aaaoaaraenta attended to for dirty a I pt. :
nou-reetdunta. DeLaml, Fla. : The following officers were then
: engineer was .severely censured by 1 1a
Commencement Musical..,. .......Auditorium elected:
condition ol the
those who saw the:
Friday, Slay US,8:00: p. m. W. S. Thayer, Commander.
E.T.J ALLEN, M.D., PH.D. Law Department-Class Day... .Auditorium Layton E. Causey, lilt Lieut.-Com- plant, and because of his refusal to o oO o o a a '
Saturday May 23, 8:00 p. m. assist the new man In learning the
Oculist and AurJst. Business College Banquet.Chaudoio, Hall mander.J. operation of the machinery. If a fire :RRo.&K NT'l
J. Vinzant 2d Lieut..Commander.Rufus .
Saturday,May 23, 9.JO: p. m. ,
afternoon -
DeLand Mondays,over Allen's. Drug Store Baccalaureate Sermon......,.... ,Auditorium D. Brooke, 3d Lieut.-Com had occurred at any time Friday
Orlando Wednesdays L rtlsu..'. House Sunday, May &i/ ,1100:; a. m. mander.J. or Tuesday morning, the town ,

t Ocala Thursdays,Monti sumo Vesper Service ,.,.,... '.... ....Auditorium would have been at the mercy of the Horse Shoeing,
;. Gainesville Saturdays,Drown Home Sunday, May 24,435: p. m. A. Douglass, 4th Lieut.-Comman- flames, and no assistance could have

Tennis Tournament.......;....Tennis Courts
der.U. been rendered by the crippled plant.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Monday,May 2.1,8:00: a.m. I M. Bennett, Adjutant.W. Wagon Making, ; .

.THE.III Continue Open School l\al1ulll1.'rulnlng( of Technology and 1)> ... ......Sclence, Hall, P. Edwards, Quartermaster.D. a'
WINTER Shop Work Exhibit j and -
During the Summer Wickham, Commissary.Geo. Repairing Jobbing.FirstClass -
Nominees f
Monday, May I 28, :too p.m. M. Wallace M. D., Surgeon. g Regular
'.: HOME .\lumnll\feetlng.......... ,. ". .Chnudoln Hall ,
And solicits the patronage of the traveling Monday May 211,8,00 p.m. H. D. Bracey, M. D., Asst. Surgeon. I All Elected go
public alao parties at home desiring board.TRANSIcNTRATtS Music Department l John A. Bradley, Treasurer and 0
1'1 $2.00 PER DAY CommencementAuditorium Secretary.U. 00000000000000000000000000 Work.
Large,Cool Rooms and Good Table. Monday May 20,8.00 p. m :*Q r IB annual city election was held
S ;: J..I E. COEN. Alumni Banquet... ...... .Chauulim: Hall M. Bennett, Chaplain. Reasonable Prices. 41
j Tuesday, resulting In the elec-
: on
.. Monday May 25, 9,00 p. m. Robt. Jones, Sergeant-Major.
TURNER HOUSE Academy Commencement ........Auditorium Philip Leonardy, Officer of Day.T. tion of all the candidates nominatedat -I I ,
Tuesday May 20, 10ooa. m. J. Snyder, Color Sergeant. the citizens' caucus.;: Tbe officers t ;
Buslnesa College Commencement.Auditorium' elected, and the votes they received, NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.
Amos Emanuel Vidette.A. .
Y -OP"' ALL THE YEA.IICorner Tuesday,May 26,8:30: p. m. ,
New York aud Florida Avenues College and Law Commencement.Auditorium J. Goodson, follow: OeO_+O"O"O+Oe-Q_ +OeOooe_<)"O+O._ O. ,
DeLand, Florida. Tue .luy.lIfllY Si, 8.00, ')p m. Moses Manning, Color Guard. Mayor-S. A. Wood.. .. .. .... 111

Location pleasant healthy and homelike. President's Reception......... Chaudoln Hall An adjournment until the lit Mon- Clerk-E. I> McLeod .. . ... 114 I tf!

Bates. tUO per dllY. Special] ratee by the Tuesday,May 20,e,SO to 11 p. m. day in June was then moved and Treasurer-Grant Ely ,. .. 113 '
E. D. McLxoD Prop. Commencement Froucber
It week. Rev. W. W. Landrum, D. D., Atlanta, Ga. passed, when greater: perfection in Bd. of Public Works-O. A. Dreka 47 EMORY 'eOOLLEGE
BENNETT HOUSE Commencement Orator College and Law, organization may be expected.JOHN COUNCILMEN:
Rev.Clarence A. Barbour.' D.D.Rochester. A. BRADLEY, R. C. Bushnell . .. .. . .. 107

MRS. U. If. BENNETT, PROP. .N.Y. Secretary. O. F. Flab .. ,. .. to. .. .. 85
Commencement Orator Buslnesa College, .
New York avenue, DeLand Florida Hon. George W. Wilson,Jacksonville,Fla. A. H. Woodall .. . ... ... 57 ,1''
BROOM Elf ILLE. C. Cbrlstlancy and A. H. Rylandwere
Bates fl to %3 per daji (9 to *3 per week.
I run in as "dark horses" by their
Special rate. for families or for season. Trains !pn Orange City Branch Special Correspondence. GEORGIA1903
I respective friends. Cbristlancy received 1836OXFORD,
In order to make connection at Or- Broomevllle, May 6.-We Broome-

-t H. C. HAVEN ange City Junction with Atlantic villeites and our friends spent a moat 52 votes and Ryland 27.
The inspector! of the election wereJ. x
I Coast Line train last at fish-
No. 35, the trains enjoyable day Saturday a
Contractor L. Nuckols, J. J. Banta and Ward in the healthiest section
Artesian Well operated on the Orange City Branch fry la the hammock on the banks of in situated on a high ridge
Gould. The total vote cast was 119.
Dealer In Aermntorw, Tank known ,as Nos. 3 and 4, will run on that beautiful,'little lake near Mr. Six bollots not legally marked were OXFORD Georgia where there are no local causes to y
and Pumping Maclilneijr. the following schedule commencing Finney and son's. Everybody knows sickness. The College will continue to make every

Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. Monday, May 4tb, 1903: Henry, and when he and his father thrown out. effort now aa in the past, to send forth young men well furnished ..

', ? DeLand, Florida. No. 8-Leave Now Smyrna............,8,TO! pro lay out for a good time nothing I is left Sermon. ,
Arrive Arrive Orange Orange City City.Junction..4...........413:: p.m p.m undone to attain that end. Fish- A Good iu physical strength, in mental training. and in zealous Christian

No.4-Lv. Orange City Junction.....4,& p.ra of Following is a good roads sermon Ina character. 1
the credulity
well it tax
; BLACKSMITH Lv.Orange City........... .......::3& p.m (Iwould
Ar. New Smyrna ................11,00, p.m the most credulous to believe there very few words: from the Cocoa Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B., and S.B. a'are

'-- .. AND -- -, could be so many caught In one little News: designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in lif\ '
The Florida East Coast Railway, "inland lake," and they were fried to Before we bad any rock and shell I election of .
= AGO SHOP through its land department, is preparing roads between this place and Rock After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for
I I'I" perfection. About 70 people were
to drain the Everglades. The ledge a mule team pulled sixteen boxesof studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes.The J
1 > AU kinds ol Repairing I services of civil engineers, have been present and they all brought their oranges from there to Cocoa to be tt
DaDe Promptly and at secured, and they are no*formulating/ picnic appetites, also well-filled bas- loaded on tbe cars, and it was about
Reasonable rrie... plane for tbe work. In some sections kets. To have seen that spread, all they could pull. Now that we Central Dialog Hall will offer rood food at actual oat, .ot to .x0104
he railway company has Joined hands tried outdo have hard roads that same team of eight dollars per month. Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per mouth fareaaki Yr. 1
HOBS&SHOEDI'O( 'A, SPECIALTY: with the farmew and tbe work of where every lady the every mules pulls thirty-live boxes of orangesover lodger.. This,)stem la under tbe Immediate supervision of a member of tie Tae I,
other lady in variety of good the route with )
ditching already begun. greaterease ulty,who U aaalated by competent and .xperlenoeelmatrou.
SCOTT HODGKINS things for the Inner man, would have than they formerly pulled six. 1?

There 321 o oases on the put to flight any idea that Floridawas teen. Let doubters. figure-the gain. necessary expenses for the college year may be brouf :i." bAll

docket to be tried at the term of anywhere near the verge of a Deafness Cannot Be Cured a
y Jothlng bas ever-equalled it famine notwithstanding the present within 17300.
court which met in Duval
; itDr. countyon which in by local applications aa they cannot reach the -- .Id' ", fits.
Nothing can ever'surpass Monday. This Is in sinking cold, dry weather prevails I diseased portion I of the' ear. There la only i t
i) contrast to Volasia county where our vicinity. Among the out-of-the one way to cure remedies.deafness Uenfaexa and that la caused la by constitutional by FALL TEnD Qpxsra: SEPTEMBER 17..ten.For .

{ LT King'sDiscovery' tot one case was tried at the spring "deestrlct" attendants, was Mr. Cau-\I I Inflamed condition or the mucous lining of
the Eustaublan Tube. When thla lUbe la In.
term; of court, and the civil docket sey of Seville, who met many of his I i flamed you hare rumbling aound or Imperfect
old-time acquaintances and helped to bearing, and when It U entirely closed addressJames
: contained about a dozen cases only. Deafness la the result and unless. the Inflammation catalogue and other information, .
p entertain by his "around the campfire" can bu taken out and this tube re-
An election will be held in AI...- stories. All went home we stored to Its normal condition hearing will be

I For aIIYlTttllr s r s chua. county on June 3 to determine trust,feeling that the "tie that binds"was auseby destroyed. forever Catarrh,,nuns which cueaout U nothing of ten but are an E Dickey; Presildtenf; '
o ek a H.N'i t whether or not intoxicating liquors Inflamed, condition of the mucous service. ,
drawn a little-closer, H. We will give One Hundred Dollars. for any
{I,maybe sold.. ,This is not the first case of Deafness. (caused by catarrh) that can
i PPerecT'| TofAll Throat nd held that not be cured by Ilall'a .Catarrh Cure. Send GmoRG
election iq county fortbi. for circulars, free Ox
Troubles; Subscribe:: for "TH. NEW* before ,
7 kerbLuDg! .purpose., Forms;, eleotio?* were leaving for..home--91.00 per, year; 8 iUVro.gJg.ILsft.lB"fUY. CO.,Toledo,O. ., r 1 1VP / .w t 111.1 r41.

ti ooiluwd.vold 00 aom.ttechnicali i&JOtd ;.ontn*, #0 c.ntav' 'finder Family Pills in tJae beat.

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A 1IAI> BILL-KILL. IT. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 00000000000000000000000000o -
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Representative Long of Bradford News Notes I Io o :
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. county is the author of a bill in the Orange City f fo t.....%............>.....%...*.....*........................
From University g 0) RED i II.. I
r ------ Legislature relative to the educationof o g o II..

: DELAND i, VoLusICouT; FLORIDA.BY the whites and negroes. The ooooooooooooooooooooooooooThe ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOransre BLACK, ; = '

, bill provides that the proceeds of entertainment given by several City, May 6.-Major Klngs- II II= I= K'
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Stetsonttes at Daytona last Saturday man got up another picnic Friday. ,
the school tax the whites I
paid by
(Incorporated.) eveningwas1", a great success. A large There were six in the party. They ) INDELIBLE i i i :

4. ____ _._ n__._ __. _n. .shall be used for the education of and enthusiastic audience attendedand went to Bereaford this time. .1
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,. CHRIS. O. CODBINOTON. the whites, and the proceeds of the seemed greatly pleased with the Miss Alma Halliday and Miss Onie COPYING i,.............4\\. ..........

Business Manager and Editor. school tax paid by the negroes shall performance. Hardin rode to DeLand Saturday on (. C
4. their wheels.
be used: for the negroes. The bill Much the of their Paste, (0I
I Subscription Union. to regret many Mrs. Hovey was out driving with o

One Tear... ......,........... ,...., ...... ..$1 00 passed the house by a vote of 42 to 18, friends, !Mrs. Spanffler", and daughter,, Mrs. True OJ' .
.. Plx months......:..;-..'.. .. .. ............ .. 60 Friday afternoon. I! Mucilage,
and is now before the Senate which Miss: Ruby, did not return to DeLand, We (0"And
. 4 When paid In advnnne. When not pnld In are glad to gay Mrs. E. A. Hill .) ...
1; advance add 50 per CUIII.EDt.e will, unquestionably, turn it down. but have decided to remain in Day. la Improving from her illness of the ( Desk Supplies, 0),

4 In the poatofhce at DeLand Florida, If the bill should there is little tona. Miss Pearl Spalding returnedand past week.
: d aa svcond claiia matter. Is carrying on her work in the Mr. King resumed work last weekat FISHER'S.I
doubt that the governor would voteit.
1tht_ Aavertlaluif rate furnished on application. music department. the Junction. e '
The bill be just-there is <,*.
Jr Address all Communication, *!, nml main may Married, at the residence of the e
4l! checks or innnoy ortleis piiyublu to the company no question that the white peopleare The University! is very fortunate In bride's father, Benjamin Griffin, April \I 't '. c
I at De .Hnu.* Flit. securing Mr. George W. Wilson, editor -
..-.------.-_n_-_ being taxed a large amount each 29th, by Rev. Barnhart, Miss Mattie
of the Times-Union, to deliver the
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 100J.: year for the education of negro Griffin to Mr. Andrew Lightfoot, both
_. address to the business college gradu of St. Johns River. Furniture and Hardwaretre !
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children, and the money, in a great ates. Mr.V iJ'Ion Is an eloquent Orange City : !
Two small boys in Zanesville Rev. Halliday went to DeLnnd Monday
well be used for speaker and has always been interested ,
measure, might as with will sell goods chesper than \ before to keep troin carrylni w stock over tb ough the -
Ohio, threw stones at a can of nitro the of forth of July fire- lu the advancement of education Mr. Fred Fin ney. me" Good delivered at anI a..U.'O.u18taUon n the county frelll'bt pret,51d. 00 aU orders ot.IU.QOcrmoreanoht .

:f :' glycerine. One toenail and a waist. purchase in the state. Mr. E. O. Painter, wife and daughter P.RICrS; AS CHEAP AS CAN BE BOUGHTIN, THE COUNT -
works. It would be -
more highly, of DeLand
came over Monday to
button were found after diligent and more generally, appreciated if The 1903\ law class has presented a take the train for Smyrna. WM. KOLMAN.

: search. of the New York chancery Judge", Stewart and Mr. Jackson of
I _ it were used. every fourth of July complete set -

for the purchase of watermelons I reports to the law library. DeLand were in town Monday.Mr. FRO TALLAHASSEE. heretofore have been too expensive to --JE
Pelican Island in Indian river Las *. Win. Kolman DeLand : -
went to
for free distribution the colored obtain by many people.
I tJJ: been designated as a government among must bear The case Wilson versus VanSant, Thursday and bought: out Mr. McCormlc'a An Interesting Letter About the State Of all the bills before both houses /-Jl;

reservation. No shooting will be citizens. But we a suit to recover property, will come second-band store. He now goes Capital and Legislature. for the betterment of the schools, .
"the white man's burden" yet in the moot court next week.
ci -. allowed] on tbe inland, or near it. up back and forth running!: both stores. Tallahassee, May 5.-Up to Saturday -. both town and rural, something val- ;
:3 awhile. We must continue to throw Reeves and Compropst will represent Mr. Win. D. Heebner ani familyand i
had passed uable will no doubt be brought for- .
No person will be allowed to land the defense and McKinnon and De- night the Legislature! "
away this money for the next few Miss Velma HuUnll' of Bridgeton, only two general laws, neither of ward. It is universally agreed that "
on the island without written Cottes the plaintiff. New .
permission Jersey, who baa been spendingthe ( .
the our schools!! must receive better treat
l years, and trust to its being returned which is of much Importance to
from the warden. winter with Miss Rilla Heebner
Great interest is taken in the general public. ment than has been accorded them
4, _ _ _ In better citizenship in the being left on Wednesday morning's train (/ '
.. before.
One Is to increase the term of County -.
-- -- -- tennis match to be played commence I
: to There is doubt
come. no for
years their homes In the north. :
L A newspaper man has passes over ment week between McElroy and Fe- Assessors and Collectors from two The Legislature has been prolific
.. bat the is not advanging Mr. Merwln and Mr. Wheldon came
negro as of all to bring forward candidates for
the several
/ the railroads and no time to travel. I lot and the champion team of Or- to four years, making term
: over from Smyrna on Thursday to do .
quickly as he should, considering lando. county officers the same length of important tlffice It Is certain .
I He recieves hundreds of excellent the advantages given him in the some work for Miss Dickinson.Mr. I time. that "Our Bob" will be confronted by T'P

_,t journals ana has no time to read. : outh-advantages paid for by the I I The case of the State versus Pounds, Metz and wife left Tuesdayfor The other law i ig to make it a misdemeanor Senator Browne of Marion\ and Hon. J I

r He trusts everybody and goes assault with intent to murder, was their home in Pensyl vania. Mr.Metz's punishable by fine or 1m Dennis Mays of Jetferbon. One or """"";, '
white the burden must
:, busted. Surely this is a hard old people-hut tried In the moot court yesterday health baa been very much Improved prlsonment, for any person to break: two of tbe members of the present :
be borne for the in the interest by his stay here this winter. ,
present before of leadIng railroad commission may also enter
world. ternoon, a large number down fences or leave gates open /fif ,
L Mrs. Freeman entertained few of l .
of national 'harmony. Later the race. I
spectators. The prisoner at the bar into inclosed property.The .

- on-in perhaps ten or twenty years was prosecuted by McKinnon. Calmes her friends Monday evening at the members of the House, while For congress I 11 seems there Is!! no end. j

t J The new child labor law in South -such a law as that introduced by and Lindfesty had been retained for Freeman HOl1 e. finally passing/ only 13 bills since the of aspirants' !: besides "Me and Make- .., .. !
Mr. .
Carolina went into effect on Friday. the defense. The jury, consisting of McCormlc and daughter, Miss session began, have introduced 400 platform Barrs," tbe irrepressible Jim ;

Under this law no child under 10i" Representative Long will be op students, brought in a verdict of Nellie, have returned to Orange City bills. About half this number have Alex. A. O. Wright, from Jacksonville j I

,. of can work in cotton portune. "guilty of aggravated assault" and where they will live. been introduced in the Senate. says he can beat Barrs and J\m\ j I
age any Mr. Win. Kolman moved
----- ---- the handsome ra'lcalvas sentenced to a large This week the Legislature/ will enter Alex In their own //la me. Frank Clark:
mill. The law should be rigidly Our Barberville correspondentstates load of new furniture to DeLand Wednesday he is not a candidate but the
one year In the pen. upon the second month of tbe says ,
enforced, but the limit should morning. He is bound to keepthings j rod is for )
age lightning the Columbia
I that one party from that section - sixty days' session, and important up

. be raised two or four years during of the county sold 2,000 dozen A Correction Justice! to Mayor Fish. Our moving. legislation will be brought forward. county statesman. Hon. W.JA.: Mac-

6 school term.Trainload. Tuesday evening euchre club In the House the free school bill Williams of St. Johns will no doubt be

eggs to one Daytona hotel the past The Supplement says: "Good morn- met as usual. There were seven ta has been disposed of and also the constitutional heard from In the near future, and !

1 -- --- --- -- season. This is good news. It ing Mayor Wood! The Supplement bles. Misses Nellie McCormlc, Heeb amendment separating the while not an avowed candidate, has

after trainload of irish shows that the hens well the ner and Fanny Trobridge had the same the confidence of his people and will Cl .<'
4 as as Both
white and colored scbolars. )
Is It is l he and
not Mayor a Htrontr
yet rnuraireoua ram-
number of .
but Miss
potatoes have been shipped from people in the north end of the coun- points by cutting these measures: will be before the Senate petitor who will have to be reckoned .
Wood. Mr. O. F. Fish is still McCormlc
mayor. won the first honors her
Hastings, St. Johns county, the still at work and this week.: with by any and all comer And
ty, are are accomplishing

He says he will swear in Mr. Wood as father won the gentleman's prize. which there are others. VOLUSIA.
few Other Other important measures
past days. of
: something. Mr. Fred Graham and Mr. Knox --- '
he arrives in Mr. Woodis won
soon as town. will come before the House and Sen-
} the state are just as suitable for __ __ _._ __ the consolations. What goes around the house all diy;
u at prebent In Miami. When Mayor ate are: The franchise tax bills, of and at night stands in the corner?
irish potato raining as Hastings, Mr. C. H. Fawcett and family left
which there are two, one by Mr. Scott ;
Flab sick he also of
was was mayor Wednesday for their home in Indiana.Dr. .
but Hastings has the people the --- ---
k of the 6th and Mr. Palmer the llth
Special Correspondence. the city of DeLand-and is mayor Rader the bill is incourseof preparation to !
push, and the reputation made by presiding elder, district. The Indian war claim meas. ;

these people. May they' receive the BARBERVILLE.Mr. today. will preacb next Sunday- evening-! at ure will have the attention of the judiciary ture be: Introduced, when It In convenes the Georgia next Legisla-month, ,.j.,.. ,
C. H. VanSickle of Winter Park 7:30: o'clock In tbe Methodist Church.A oJ,
best committee of the Senate this to: have only biennial sessions of the _y
: of returns for their crop, is the' organized a Sunday school in Barber. and a picnic dinner in the little groveIn cordial invitation Is extended to week; the committee will hold pub- legislature.! Florida has had biennial (,\

: wish of THE NEWS. vllle on Sunday, April 26th, at the front of Mr. Vallerchamp's store. all. lic sessions in the Senate chamber sessions. fur many years, and may further I\'

:Methodist church. Mr. Wm. McBrlde I Free ice cream was served. The mu- C every afternoon. The committee is sessions advance The by having quadrennial demon- .i! .
present! session
4 Some of the people of DeLand was selected for superintendent, Mr. 1 sic was furnished by the band, consisting TRAINING A" LION.Tli empowered to send for persons! and strates the uaelesaness of a session .

Neblack assistant superintendent and /! of 4 ladies and 4 men and boys.: papers, and the claims will be sifted every two )'ears when there is really II ;
.t : are acting very unwise in trying) to Beaet I Conquered by Per.na lu. I
Miss to
MUs\ McBride secretary. Mr. Van- : Stewart was tbe teacher this lon Rather Than by Fore. to the bottom. nothing l
tear down and that whichit l)
destroy Sickle held a meetIng the churchat year and gave general satisfaction.! "Suppose,1 said an animal expert. The committees on fisheries, of I

has taken twenty years to build night. He organized", another Sun- I Huckleberries are getting ripe and "That 1 am about to train a lion to per which Senator bams ischairmaii on tbe >.What of a is watch.alwajs behind timer.ick The i ..! ;

up and bring into fruitition. In. day school at Flowers recently.Mr. seem to be moraa plentiful this year form certain trlcka. It I went at once part of the Senate, has a hard timeto i

stead of trying to tear down, theygild J. D. Heacock, who buys eggsIn / than usual. into his cage and attempted to drive reconcile the different interests; it TO VICE A COM; ) IN ONto DAY ..
this section for the :Miss\ Anna D. Peterson, one of the him, I would probably be killed. But Idon't
Daytona mar that the committee will "
do much better to work harmoniously seems likely Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- ; ;
do that. Before I try to teach ,
.. j ket, sold 2,000 dozen eggs to one hotel, most highly esteemed rouneladles of report a substitute for all the many I eta. All druggist refund the money [

., together to build up. the Colonnades:, the past season, be. this locality, and Mr. J. H. Cowanof me.him anything I Lung about I let the his lion yet used to bills introduced, which will meet the If It fails to cure. E. W. Grove's.

/' Other towns in the utate are working sides what was sold to others. Sanford were married In DeLand, day calling; to him and cu kerplun,e day In after his views of a majority of those Inter- !signature la on each box. 25c. .

to take advantage of the golden Some young men from the neighborhood April 21, at the M. E. church, South, sight. He would see ins laic at night ested. I : a.

I,; opportunities being thrown away engaged/ in disorderly conduct the pastor ofticlatll'''''. Only a few dud early In the morning. I would give The Committee on Forestry have

at tbe station Easter relatives and friends were present. him his food and water. I
DeLand. railway on Occasionally about agreed upon a bill to preservethe
by Sampson destroyed day. They had a bottle of liquor and They took the evening train for San- would pat his head, and gradually the natural resources of the pine I :

1 the temple, but he killed himself one of them was firing/ hU revolver ford, where they will reside. Miss lion comes to have a friendly feeling woods; some of the turpentine opera- WATCHES ;

'. when he did it. off to the annoyance of a couple of Peterson has been staying in Sanfordfor toward me. I become, as it were;! an tors send loud and strong protests, :
acquaintance<< of his, and from becoming
ladles who were waiting for the train. many months but spent most of which, however, will avail nothing '"
----- accustomed to me the lion grows to alii
One of the finest and :largest This is the way the beautiful pistol I A pi II with home folks here. like me, and I begin to like the lion, this legislature U going to !save the j '

amusement places in the world laws of Florida operate. A young man .. OBSERVER. too, just as ;you would like any big pet, timber from wanton destruction. |I {

; I gets a permit from the authorities a hors or a big dog. Then I go into A bill to the laws
geperal \
opened at Coney Island! N. Y., last I to carry a revolver, who has no more the lion's cage without being obtrusiveor { WATCHES !
of of
BLIND MAN SEES each session the legislature in a
;.. Sunday. It covers an area of twen- necessity for one than anybody else, AGAIN. brusque. The big, dangerous beast newspaper in each county has passed |I .

and he acts with it than if be having got used to seeing me outside, j
ty-two acres and is a complete : worse slabs Heitured by Mean of a Formof notices the difference the Senate and will no doubt pass the ,
scarcely when I
had no permit, evidently thinking tbe the Lorena :Metbod. (I
"Coney Island" in itself, designed to am in his private domain. I gradually House this week; it is a cheap way to ,
state baa given him the right to do so. After two years of total blindnessGeorge
./ combine all the pleasing' and approach him and drive him about the give the public the new laws, which r .
spectacular Every revolver law on the statue Lewis! of :Morrlstown N. J.,
,. features of the World's Fair, books should be repealed. U able to see, sujs the New York cage cracking my whip so that be will have Fine /
know that I Wean business. The lion a
Prei Ills bas
sight been restored A
T with spacious courts and avenues, LCNGREN.: probably believes that there is much WE .
a f01'in of the Lorenz method of bloodless ',
I t canals, lagoons and electrical illuminations Messrs. O. \V. and C. H. Van Sickle: surgery, an operation hating been greater power in that whip than there PeculiarTo and meet

similar but on a smaller held a meeting here last Sunday for perl'oi'uied on him by Dr. Charles E. really is. If I hit him with it, I do not
: ,
the purpose of organizing: a Sunday I'urrlsh\", of Morrlstown.Mr hurt him. There Is a knack in crackinga any competitionnot $
scale, to those at the exposition at whip so that it will not give much Itself \
school, which U much needed, as the Lewis Is a painter. Two years I .
pain. I could swing a whip and .
on excepting
: Buffalo. There are colonnades and children are growing up without moral ago when at work one day he felt a severe strike you with a 'crack,' but you you In what It is and what it does-containing catalogue i

peristyles to aid the archilectual ef- I or religious training. Theae pnln lu hU light! eye. Then it be-
gen would scarcely feel It. the best blood-purifying, prices. :
came inflamed and finally be could not 4
.. feet,and scattered about the grounds! tlemen are working under the auspices see. lie went to physicians for treat- "The general principle: of animal I alterative and tonio substances and
of the Presbyterian board of I training is to proceed easily and gradually Our own guarantee 4
: are 132 towers for electrical dis- ment arid they decided the conditionof I effecting the most radical and ?
being gently persistent but not permanent -
missions, the headquarters being in
UIP was due to a sympathetic '
.::1 play. The structure cost 1,000- some northern city. Part of their relation eye with the left eye, which was aggressive, overcoming opposition*b1 I' cures of all humors and all amounts to somethingas .

; 000 and will be the scene of an work is to organUe!: : Sunday schools in affected.: It was decided in order toSll'e persuasion and force.rather It than la the by direct opposition eruptions, relieving weak, tired,
same courseas hereto
:>. "Indian Congress" this season, in communities which have none, either the sight of the right eye the left that which applies to men. You first I languid feelings, and building up \ve are ,

which representatives of all thw union or denominational.Mr. should performed.be removed.But it The gave operation no relief was to become acquainted with the.man froDi the whole system-is true only of back it up.In .

O. T. Butler, manager of the whom you wish to obtain a favor.
tribes will take part.. Mr. Lewis, and for two years he has Hood's Sarsaparllta
) .. St. Johns Log and Tie Co., passed been blind.A I Then, as a feeling of friendship grows
I between vou. ha la at last elnd to do as
here No other
through Saturday enroute to medicine acts like
--- -- -- -- It
few weeks ago he heard Dr. ; your Holiday thoughts(/ let
Some people in DeLand who Barberville to take thetrain for St. Charles Parrish bad been using a form ,you wish. -Leslie's Weekly.Asralrf no other medicine has done BO themrevertto

t would handle the Police Gazette Augustine, where he spent several of the Lorenz method, and to. him he Oar <)..*r LAns..... much real substantial good, no

only with a pair of tonga, take thegreatest days. with his family. Mr. Curtis went went After' the first treatment be "Queer language, Isn't it?" other medicine has restored health W. A. Allen & Co.,

r in to their with him from BluSton to Barber could dee -n: enough. to walk home, ''I "Why 107""Becaule I and strength at so little cost. As they are well prepared to
.E% pleasure yUle. and after two weeks) he was able to I of sickness I had to end "I was troubled with lorofuU and cam meet all problems.)

children and friends from the columns Mr. Douglass gave a flah-fry at read. lie wept for Joy_when he again my shorthand 'Writer home yesterday." I near login my eyesight For four months I 3T Every statement we make 4 p
was able to recognize friends. could not lee to do anything. Is also
'eIl7""Thnt After taking (guaranteed./
of a newspaper that publishesrot Bluff ton last Friday-a May-day pic. 2.J' i
two bottlas of Hood's Sarsaparilla I Gould lee
rot that would exclude the Police nic. About 40 people were present, Their Blae. C.aV.uUt50."The .. Plain left Dealer.me sborthended.lee.land : to walk. and when I bad taken eight bottles I W. A. ALLEN & CO. 1
Others and the dinner was excellent. After could see as well.erer." Scsn A. HAIBO-
;: Gazette from the mails. thing to do" sid, tits !lOCal adviser
TOW.Withers.N. C.
dinner a party of dancers Invaded Mr.Curtis' (, .
would not read a newspaper "is to be \blase." Tho world has a million roosts for a Hood's Sarsaparllla promisee to 0
p"ho advertise- bachelor quarters and tad a "I know I know," was the reply, man, but only one nest.-O. W. Holmes) I cure and k.ep. the> prom''... I f:
\.,{ that published a liquor dance until about sundown. At nlgbt but It's such dreadfully bard. work to ...,

;':. PUment, are working toand-in-bnd : the dance was renewed across the be bla *."-Chicago: Post. -- .1 ,

}; '1 ith' an illieit'liquor dealer in try- river, at Mr. Douglass' home. .
: ventilated often harries to- .1
__ i- > ;JDg: to..ruin a' man who baa lived for April crops was, being a very cool unfavorable, dry and windy month, ward forgiveness. Anger concealed Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic .. .-- ;
and Bulwer.
often hardens) Into revenge.-
.f/ among them.for eighteen years and. at the present writing/{ we are fun stood the test 25 Average Annual Sales One '
whose life for all the! :kiiow to the rain badly. years. over and a Half MDBoa <
needing One trouble with the pursuit of happiness bottias. Does.. recordofmerit
; apped to you? No Cure. No pg.'Oc. .
I > bees i- 'verejrottcb, The public scnool-'at Actor 'cloaed _'
contrary. ,; ha -. ,-- .., the1 wltlr uuic U that other piopi. ct la tileIf'q. -- 1..... ........TaUli l..Q ... .......Lhw... _
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.. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903?


Of Smoking Affected Mo Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
9otn. EliperlnicntiiVltlk. ItnlttlnnrNceillvMi o=:=-

My Heart No Nitrogen-No Leaves .. 'I'lirvuiln and Soap u.li I No.09 I STATIONS. N-o.9B No.1B

Two Unlltlng needles are ittnchotl: to 1>atl".. D.III)'. I 1>1111".. 1>ully.
These three

So IlIad To Sit Up each othpr by two threads at their ends !!! S C I' O.IQa . .... .... .. .. ". . .. .. .... .. 71511 >
things must On Into G OJ I' 0 4 o .. .. ... .. 1I"J.lt ollvl1le..L\' 1 01. Up C'')
To Breathe. to form a rectniufto. dipping III :: 8 O" JOMa . . .... ... .bt.AIlIfIl.Uru......... .. ... .. . 60011 kOl> >-
be supplied Boiipaiidtt!:' nUll tnkln out by a third 41) ''l J' 11 811 .. ... ... . .lh.lnlfS.. ..... .. .. . 6 13.. :: :
to your soil. atttiflu-d the tipper needle .! <..J C __ ..1.J. n. . .. .FJ.J..llltI". . . .. . .6'.1I! __. :?! ::
Dr. Miles Heart Cure throiiJ to the ri'ctnngle bel'o1l1l's1l1l'd/ with ntroll"pl1l'enl : ... iii _8_. J, ..!!.1!!..!' Lv . . .. ... Pn"lIk ... .. .. .. .. .. -.H.l! c en z

Cured Me. Write to us film like of ... II) II: 8301. .. ... .. ... . .. .....-.. .. .. . ... .. ; . . .... !XI _
Constipation ta nothing more i and we will n pane glass.! !!: :;) -:: ';":" '!..'! . . . .. an_ lIt.1) . .. .. . .. .A.." 8 UJ? !
) than a clogging of tho bowels 1 There Is that has deleterious send you A fourth thread attached to the upright ." 11. ... 7 D7 I' 13 3 \... .. .. .. .. .... .Nun".... .. .. ... . .. .. .L\' I) a m8 I' rrJ'Yt 0C4
and nothing lens than vital stag nothing a more tlirondx", will\ bo Imboilclocl In the nation death if relieved. effect upon the cardiac or heart nerve* some books Z 0 It! 8 '? I' 13 ... .. .. ......... .. .. ... ........... rOa U ], -t'"
or not tlian the excessive use of tobacco. Fain mid giving the fllui In nn.v position In whK'h It inny1'IIAMKS lL. 8D,1' 1111' .. .. .. .. . .... .. ()I..n.I."' ... .. . ....... 8211a tOI' >
If every constipated sufferer I tenderness around the heart, an oppressive :c could realize that he is allowing I feeling ;in the chest choking gensation in the gist of the wliolu matter.OEItMA :: 0,1 p 103 I' .. .. .. . ..I.o'.tOrlu'fo.' .... .... ... .. ... >J 1'6a' 83" ,. '"
filth to remain in his throat discomfort from sleeping on the left 3C3p. .. .. .. ... ...... '.wblll".rllO'.. ... .. .. .. .. .. 9.511 l p Ol"lgZ(1IJ
poisonous .. .. .. .. 11111. . . . .. .. .
side nnd when the ;* KALI WORK WI"E RING ( 3 2J" .. .. ... .. (llIk a IIn Up :;JI"I-t
Bystein, he would soon get relief. smothering spells at night US Nauail; HU. Mctr; Vvrk. AND I1I\NDL! OoJ/ ,3G31'' 3C8p, .... .. .. ..... ltll.vdle. ... ... ... .. IUla 131'
Constipation invites all kind ofcotl'tftglOn. sufferer has to fit up in bed to breathe are 3 3Zp ...... ... . .. .. ..UO.OIl... .. . .. .. .. .. UJa tap Z
a the most common symptoms of a weak heart. L- Cf) 1- > 1 iO I' 3 311 .. .. .. . .. ......H'ck.dll"! .. .... .. ... .. .. .. JJ 48.... aJ P "' '"
? Headaches Smokers who feel these symptoms and who I !..-.ti. Dol1: un. iC] .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .I nuJ.IJI... ... ...... .. .. JIGR C : ,, :xI
colds and many other ailments do not understand their meaning should l be I >O(1IJ( U2:1a: i13... .. .. ... .. .. .... .M lb..urlJo. .. ... .... .. .. .. .. 1.l0"m: 1 enn'"
disappear when constipated warned in by the following :5- UUen IOU" it31 .. .. ... ... .. .. .t.bn"Uoll.! ....... ... .. .. .. HClp 1 f'I' > > ",
bowels time experiencei"I 9"111" GiOI' .... ..... .. .. .. .1" .. Lntl8. .. .. ... .. ...... 13131' HUll :ua
relicvcd Tliocltord'g I. :
ore << I was greatly troubled with an affection! D: CJ 21311 3 43 I' .. ... .. . .10't.. ).I"ron." . .. .... .... . 1003 I' Jl 20. '" 1<) '
Black-Draught thoroughly of the heart due I think to excessive smoking.! ---. ---- ----- --- -- ---. -- -- OZl.I.: 1IJ 98ua .. . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0 33" JoI 7. O. ...
cleans! out the bowels in an easy On writing to you for advice I was directed .J : 91311 8 lGI'.E<1'.IJ. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0311' ) (,' 'IIDIAJJ >
and natural to begin a course of treatment which included NOnCE OP APPLICATION KOU TAX l.I. 11 II" 8 311> .. . .. .. . .. Jon".I1.. .. .. .. . .. .. 0 2.1' 11H n '" Z'"
manner without tho :: . . ,.. . ... .. .. .. .. .
Dr. Miles' Heart Dr. Miles' HKEl> UNDEK BE-T.I ION:; !! Of CI1AVTtU 1I61'n G . .. .. . 0141'' tllll\l8\ ;JlgXA..J
purging! of calomel or other violent Cure c(1AJ1I1 H .UII 8 ell... . .... .. nol.ot".lIu.1.. . .. .... .. .. 8 HI' JlIlI. > >
cathartics.Be Nervine and Nerve and Liver 1'illx together 48S8!:! LAWS OK 1.'UHIJJ.NI'l'JCE \. H 4 a II0... ... .. .. .. ..We.t.lu..Jt.. r" ... . . :41' PUll... 0In ...
that with bathing etc. 1 faithfully followed the ls hereby given thill R. 1'. llullcr, .. .Vln I ,1 .... ... .... .\\.. .. ...... .. 'IDp 02 a ", Z-t
sure you get the original directions given' and am pleased to say that .I: of tax certlllcitl.-. bTH\ ,,1'! IAJ 101 Mil S 131' ... .. .. .. .. .... ..11 .lJlon. .. .. ... ... I B g.u.
Thedford's Black-Draught/ my cure U complete and permanent. Before ii.I Ilie U made by The Chattanooga Medicine beginning; the use of remedies Iwas ,erlllluatu In olllcc, aiul 1 Im* tiuidu, IA. ... II "In 8 CGI'' .. .... .. .. ... .rt. J..II'IO.lhol". ... .. .... .. .. C "
Co. Sold all 1 could your hands dot.d uiy to Jot acourdnnc, application ::J o aa 03 1> ....... .... ... .JI"l1nll'fLl.! ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 5 1
I, by druggists/ in so nervous not keep my lor tux Issue thul'il'* ca I 0)11') 0431' . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..L.mnnClfy. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 31)1 8"8n13--
25 cent and $1.00 packages. still. and:! suffered greatly from severe pains vvltlt Inw.ilcDO-ltied Sntd curtltlcttte Bltuati t inbritces din Vimisl.iciiiinty. '!.IY! 001 I'' Ar. . .. . .11111111I1 . . . .. ..T.' _Ut! 1 1SCllF.DULES
around the heart. Many times at night I cwliiK : property _
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Mor nn, Ark., Mnr 2.1, Iflrtl. Florida, tn-witi I
I cannnt. m'oinincnil rheilforil'H lllackDrnuKhtUio would be forced! to assume a sitting posture T 14, South
Lot 1 fx. n \000 It of w WOO I 11, S Oil.
highly.1 k It In homo to get my breath and for the time being it lt-B: E.IIIIC"CS.! .n _. ...4BANFORD
II the lime anil hare DHP rs| It tor'll lie Imt would seem as though my heart had stopped Till. HUltl' 1 lund l being assessed at Ihu date ofthu DRANOII. I On.'lNUD' CI'l'Y DUANOIt.No .
ten jorii. 1 n T r (f 'c tnr children beating. From the splendid results achieved Itmiiinco of bucu certificate lit llw niiinu
nf other litxatUn' I think, 1 riraldncrvrbe : in my case I cnn cheerfully recommend Dr. ',1! Idn S. Ci'Hliutn. Cn.".. suld certificateHhiill .11 No. '2 'N :"3 ,.. iif ..Tp..IlYJ
ablo to wnrk without It Miles', Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and bo redeemed Hccurdlnv to luw lax Ur\I'lo". >. I IJly, "ailv ''No.1' I Sr'TI 0. ''No.2 DAIII

on ccnont of lining Tonr troubled medlrlue with In other remedies! to all\ sufferers from heart or ili'L-il will IHHIIO thereon ou Ibo I Hill I Uuy ofMiv .. .. .. .. ... ..... 12 I'\ I
ranHtliwIlan. I ; A.L IUUU.WUIHHB I .. .. .. ,. I I I
I til that me IC. nervous troubles.Yours truly ELIJAH ... ) .. .A 1071'.3, 1> 1Ql0IlTN..S.Fltllyrna..Ar 1401'
keeps B.up. HALL Dotlmn, Ala. my of fllvnnttire uud ncal\ tills 11'11" ... . OO'e''I.' .. .. .. .Ar II 6J" G Ii I' III 1.J.llk'Ho ell .Ar 10 e, ,,' CCIIII >
McFARLAXD. t7'lul' y of ,April A.D. MaISenlJ 1'01TilE FILMt.huppen f.5... II.v. .. . tlllerpl'lso.: .. .. .. .. .Ar 11 I) II'' 3 C3 t a,11I L\.O"anll" l'IIY1'10 4 I', U J>

All Dr.druggists Miles' Remedies.sell and guarantee Send for free first book bottle :: Clerk Circuit Court SAM'L Volustu D. JOKUAN Co.: l\a.,. to fall. lint If the film I H 1 broken !.'.. IO.}._ = .-, ..!"_:,2!.!':! _, ". =:! _] L!. O __ !..:I !::... I!!.;! !UJ pi II 30-,
on Nervous and Heart Diseases, Address \below this thraid It will bo pulled -N :":n--' 7U--J N 'N : 7-1 8" :-iU--1:
MilesrMedical Co. Elkhart Ind. IIlIn: <1 '' un'ln' )' J 'u .. II oily r.tAYl'OU'l'DRANon. IN"; Hun. No. 2:1un :
Into circular tirch the tension 'I )
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOH TAX up n : by I)" onh'. e. fjlln Ouly. 1'.11..

I DEED UNDKll SliOTIDN 8 OFCHAPXliK of the c'ontriiclhiK: Him above. a co" 1() O'iB G CJI' R '. . . . ,' .. . T ; 30p S "p
---- -- -- 4888 LA\\ IS OF FLUlt- The sliurlc iiivh mny be changed to e"3. 101 a 8C3p tl3Hu'r.\.So.Jock.llvllllt..I.\' .. . 1Uin U:3p G2Jp

IDA.NOTICE. llfth DiJll'I", .. COp "\ .\'.. ... \ ''''h..L\. .. . .I it3p
a iloubli* arch by pulling on a 131> I'') r.oll G .31' 0 .. .. ntc! 1I'noll, .. /.\. .. .. i 0" 1l4'i' t5p
IB hereby given that J. P. Harden, thread: iittaohcd to tho inliMlo of the aCp 1105& 70J... 03'I.\: ".. ... .. .) . .. .. .... .. 04 llaliR .33pTII..o
of Tux CcrlillcHtu No.; IJtf4 and
U \ Uiitc-1. 1 Die ::d day ol Jiint, A.U., 1MIO, fourth but the latter will fly back to 'rIm" T"L'.." show tTl" 11111' lit whit It trill t. ntav bo expertl.t t" arrlvAl\n,1 dep"rl
:mis tiled I mild cerilrlcniolii' uiy oliicc, and liimnittiltiiipl the form of the single arch If allowed from the sc\.ul. "otlo"s. hut tl"lr, n 1'lv,1 or (j<'Iartorll atb', times 811110,11. I"t hUn.rILn.pod.
: I
>licatiuu, tor tux tluuii I to issue,, lu ttccordituui to do fo. An ('11I1Ie..." thread dropped nor do a tbu CU01I"'OJ"" 1I0ht !toolt recp.-nslblo tor nny dolay or any ooo.'lU0I1011 o.rl"lIIg ther....
NCMESTERFACTORY : with law tiald certiilcate, cinbriiccsthe \ I f'om.,
ti.lluwiiijr Ucscrlbetl' property Hltuutfd itiVulimia on the soap Him formed across'" a wlro

county, Florldn. to-wil, : will lie In the position. In which it
W l<, of HC'.I! ol Bi-4! uud ncJi! o. Be. 4. St'C 8.1. ring KEY WEST AND HAVANA.PENSULAR .
SHOTGUN SHELLS Tp 1 fit ii'J acres.Tli falls" until the Him U pricked Inside of
LOADED :; 1I30
minl, : being'assessed at the date of the loop, when It at uiu-c becomes nil AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.In .
tho t(4.iint.o( of sucU cetttllcale in (Uu tittinuof
"New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" .1. K. anil J. i). McL'uliuni. C n lcn.. t>u idcerlilluitte exact clrcli-.-.New York World.Scioolbo Effect April IS, 1303.
be redeemed accoidluir tolaw. ...
shHll ---- ---.-- --====== -==- ---=. = --
tnx dfetl will Issue theri-on on Ihu IHIhdny
ol .May, A, l>. 1WJ3Vltiic8MtuyoinclHl >,\Vlio Xever Pia,... l.v\IlamIRun..TIII r .. . . . 01"\\1, n '...II.1 Mon.. !Jo' i .. .... 1300mvrKiy
you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition \ Ignatnri' 'and 111:111! this Ikon.lIJ" "t-peiililnff. Ocrmun schoolboys ArKcyVc" ; t 8nn .Tlutr .... . .. 13 i>0 i M'l'-T, Mor.' Frl. . . .' HHip
tliu 17lh dny of April. A. )1J. IVM: i J.vh. y Went "nti., Tlitir . . . <3311'1 i ]' I v K-y. "AV'ln.J.. "af . . I 1-JlloS'
lor, the Kind that shoots where (Soul; BAML'EI.! U. JOHDAN. never play. They have no time todo ArHavan.M..n .'rl. .. .. 7 :' Ar Miami Til.:' '< 'Mit . 3 33 pLOUTSV.LLE
you Clerk, Cltcult Court of Voltisln Cuntity.: .'111. ? : __ ____-. .::.. ...:..: :..:-.:. .
so. They attend" day schools forlorn(
point buy Winchester Factory Fur copy of Lucal Time Card or other Iiiforiu.itmn/ / n.Mrcany A' "'tt.
and '
your gun, NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX :SCHOOL of playgrounds: are so desperatelyoverweighted !:

Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with UISTIUCT ELE<5THl.\S. ,; with lessons that all their J. D. RAHNER, Aust. Oen. Pass. Agont., ST. AUGUSTINE, FI.A. j

spare:! energy and vitality Is used up In
Black powder "Leader" and "Repeater loaded of Chapter 4iT) Acts' ofth> the endeavor to the work
Bauthority through
; of IfV'J\ Littvs Hi flnridii I, get :;:
bpeolul' 1'itx, ticliool! IhHtrlct Elections:: .ur, dim-nillly allotted to them. They rl.'nllybl1'e
with Smokeless. Insist Winchester
upon having hcri'liy called nt the follow lutf plucca lor
opportunity from the commencement
May, ;l Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. Port OrtliiKe, No. 7.Enterprise of the school term to Us &
No. 11 close for [
running; or Jumping, playingat
VtLulI Sn. U
Orange'' c'lty. :No. 13.Oriiiaiiil bail or marblca.'' pnper chases! or any ---Firwt Class Service nm. Quick SclieJulcs to--

Nu. 23.Kiiiparlu of thu other amusements; to which English
: I.o. .i7-! Birmingham Nashville, l Hvansville, Chicago
PIciHOD No, UU.tii'VIHc schoulboys, as it rule, di-vote themselves
: Nu.. 42. with an eager assiduity seldom [,0 u i\'i lie. Cincinnati St. Louis,
ToUutci mint* the following questloni:
Wlio ..hullll.) Trustees for luu nuccccdlnir displayed tho dry and thorny pursuit -.anil, All Points AVest nnil Xoithwest.Noliilc : .-
two "..
ye. of knowledge.When \ .
Cures Cholera-Infantum And tlie number of mills of IX. trlct School Xe\v Orleans ini1Ml( Points Si-nOnvrnt miaSTThronjfb -.,..
Tax to t bo levied lor cnclt of saltl y,'''' .. a German boy exhibits symptoms
DiarrhoeaDysentery,and nd! Elcuticns Hhall tie, held utiui'f" the sntnv of exhaustion<1 debility(\ caused. licki-ta via tUe I... &. N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
the Bowel Troubles of rules uud ivtftilutlons 11. ireiieriil 1'11,11011".
Tickot in :Floriilii.
Children Attest: J. L. CHA.Nlil.EH. (,'h Ill'II. by overwork, his", parents enter him ata Agent. :

of Any Age. 1Ib:1\'I Fisn! Supt. II. 1'. I. gymnastic institution and compel Xi'lif'liiliHnt". '"' ,iinl.. Sli'i'plnu" (Cur, 'It.'I.II-'I'I'I.n' '! J. M. FLEMINCS "13UU
Aids '
"pIG. (TEETHING POWO ) the Digestion BowelsSlrenthens, IculatesAS i utid. be" )'. Bd. Pub. Ina. him to attend one or two evening C. L. STONE I.OIII-I\. .rs.; <>,p.l\\A.:. We..t'llnj:: 'M..I:'.i.ii-kminvllle::: : I ::1 tin
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<. Costs 25 cents at the Child and Makes NOTICE APPLICATION KOU TAX courses of "nclentlflo calisthenics," I .
Only Druggists -
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... (;Z-L' TEETHING EASY DKEH: UNUEIi re'l'IO8: ;; Ot very possibly; l at the expense of his", position '
or mall 23;; .teut to C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.children. CHAl'TEll 4883 LAW8 OK FLOH In lils'" class at school. "1"UI"-
"I ::: Y ,'h n'lo: ;,\\J; -"-, '; 'Itn ':. t;[: : I':' Yol' :i t 11"0 : o:: du. .. : bLa.r 11M"NOTICE nerei" however. Is not presented to I ":; REDE AGENTS V/A TEi5lit'

II..... u..C"lIn "' .'hlnlf Iraubl... ." 11100"".'ha. Lo.u f"u"d 10 b.., "'Y bonollallll.looC'.8. Com d..nlf..ra. him In the light of )play, but downright ; .. .
'' uporauio uxa ui uniK nnu Boniniap ayrupi. mat wo nuv I cnnie c? regfnr.l I It, tutor ttio Vltu tliroola I U hereby trlvi-n Ih..ll. Brown. -. -
.a ODOof Ihwo nucijfiiltip* uhentherolq anew buliy In tiflhou-o! an.l until' Ilia 1 twilling:: troubles ar. over. unjrvcouimnmlluir "" 'of Tux tVrlllloutu N... I.j.d..d) hard physical work, which may (j X ono In each town to ride and exhibit a snmnlo 1002 m >W'
take It toour frivmlA' tnstcii'l' of the horrid I Rtufl that no mn'iy txtopla USA to kern tlialrI1AKTWELLM. thu Otli day of Jun.. A. U. IHHti. liuo I 1110.1! sitldcoriltlcnte his' I
be of
t"u'.IQ : \ :: productive development of manufacture YOU rr)
babjr I AVER,(ilauajor Dally Tiiuei ana Weekly Tlnioi-Me,ieuu r.J It my ollluu, and hit'* miidi' upillculloii | r g blcyclo our nAN KSKKC $10
for lux deed. 1 lu Untie in iiucorUanccwit muscle and beneilt to his general i S OA tvC'iKhcslc1'shn.vlng. owhed, tOl'lcJpforr"'n'30'f' '

I) luw. Suld: ccrtlllcute uinbruucH" thu. fullownitf health without affording him any keen lHuhGrado n 't.'
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drttcribed prop ty..,t1l'"dlu Volughi 1002 Models I
county Floi'tdn tu-wlt: sense of I'CCI'\IIt1on.-Lonliou Soclct) it r; Gumnlol1iJ t;) V:
NOTICE Lot a. mib of nH of nw4! Svo '.'4, Tp IT.Rllogol S ,
) :. 1 1\\ 1900 and 1901 Models\ ] tfNs STlal Ii) $ ;j

\ Ii hereby (fiven thiit the following ileicrlbprl t lands lylnar and bpi II!!' in the Cltv of 'The aittd laud bo Inn nssc-i'si.-cl ut tladutcortlt SHOPPING IN GERMANY. ; \ .
NOTICE Count Voltislti... and Suite of Klorldn, will bo gulil lit nublU unction on Monday <> IsHuitnc) of Htteh cx-rtftlonle In the nutiu* } \ t 1,\' lfI' 1\\ I SOO SccoKti UaisS \ .rUcJs ""s. f:
the !lr..t day of J une, A. 1>. JUtiil, tit tho front door of tlio city bull In Bald City bf Ui'Uuul of Tliouins Hit.'. L'tileesHiitd cuitilluuti shall -- I :' >n In irudobjour ClilPiuroretH.ll.. sliri, 4, nil iciS ji (2S
ornomilc.lt thereof tin "ill lie nei.-cssiiry to pity tliu Hiuount iltiB lor tuxes berelu net opposite b"t rt-Ui-uisiuU accordinir to ln\v, lux Ued will U..b..dll TliHt A..oiiUheil u liruiublluw ". d \ II \ makes and tnoduls, nood n<- now. -
to the nines toifetUer witU tba coht of such uulo and utlvcrtlHinir.rESCHIPTION. insiie tLureou ou the 2,1 1 d.I)' of June A D. AuivrlvHiiVumuii.. \,I. /. I I' \Ve ship liny bic.v.. OIAi"P"I'JVJlL to r.n-

1111I0.Witness my ouiclnl itlun nitre ouu unl thin Perhaps it would be unfair to generalize '$ ono without a vent deposit' in, .r./c.( / ; anl! ) ail W
the Isuduy of Muy, A. l>. lw' >a.Kuiill ,1" '.. : ; ,.
Amount of too confidently, but there are ,, FBEE TRS&L. 1011 t "
( SAM'I. Juno AN, -' SO DAYS
OW. ER. : Taxea Clerk Circuit Court \"OhIOh.l'lIullt).. Flu. shopkeepers In tieriuany v ho make! no !' a.l, (.lul"" :

and t'osU. great effort to dispose of their goods. \ .t' \19'! \ '.I 1 f no( risk la orcler-Inff from us, as you tlo nut n. _>i

Au Instance of this Is given In "Three / \\/.1/ lJ" l 'Ii to pay o. 'lent If the Mo;, cle dou.-i m.r, "tut: 'fllI.I .
IJ [ fi ,,Vil. ": Ulll'l' V'tll lift. '"- vl'n; fur ((1"1II
Mrs. D. Mealier. ... .. .. .... ... ..f.ot 11, block' 1, Honors' Map .. ...... .. .. .. .* SOT SouthernAND Mvii 011 Wheels." The author accompanied \' ;.. DO TiOT BuY i'Acroj-v; kites & i 1-111',; I RIA L 1)1 ftt,1 : JflATLANTiG
Eii Cower... . ... ....,.... .. .Lot 1, ..IIU 01' lot 5, hlucktt, Uniiurn', Mnp .. ... 6J:1::1 Georgia ail American lady on a shoppingexcursion ; /,1 \ \ ,I'IMU, "full UtiuN!, nliolf
8. N. Harris.... ... .. ... ... ... ...' Lot 8, Bit b of lot (. block 8, ICom-nT Map... .. ... 00SU7 had '; Tlrtlll'lnIJltnN.t..undrlc""It.I\Ocrth l lit 'reo\ minHo ,. a ili((>i.ue. "UIL't.II'nWurlilutn
H. 1>. Vcuuluir.... .. .. .. ... .... .N *> I't of jtf l.'jDH:' ft ol'lot U, sub of lot.1., block.1 10 ID Munich. She been accustomed _, Tcjfiitar prlicIn our > uli-n. 1I'II.f.rl', '.
Itoirers' >fitp .. .. : 1 40 to hopping In London, and 1 : : Heirs of F. A. Vf. Shlmer ... .. .. ..Lot II. block< 10. Hotrcre' Map. .. .... .. .. ... 11.111. > WE YfAMTe rellaMe. iii-rsori In curb l \\n'O.. ()I- "11)11'' M"'> 'nirii's r Kji''uliU o.i'J r.
W. T. uml 1:1.: L. Stcnvull! .. . .. . EUUlt of w U>7 It uf lot I. bluett IS, Kojrers1 Mnp.. 1:1: 1 Florida Railway New York aiid grumbled nt everythingtho ; lor ft *>|i.rr>li. W rite to.luy f-.r f>'t." 'tt! Jirtu' o

Bttrah. K. Wethercll N. Harris i :::::::::::.::::::: .::Sj Lot){ of H..I lot! uknJII,:: Houoi-s'7, block: MnpJ. 1_: Hollers'; ; : MnpW. ; ::::: '.':::: 1 Ul man showed her. It was TUU not that J. L. MEAO GY8LE [8D.: Ohtago! !lii: .

8. KiuU.... ..... ....... .. .. .. .. '\& lot 10. blocks: KOKCIV, Map), .. .. ... .... 10 69 she win really JissatUtlcd.' wan
A. W. Brown... .... .. ........ ... ..\xfi lot U I'urce'a Addition .. .. .. .. .. . 5 'M!: "Sitvratieo River Kuitia." her method.!
Frank Morgan .. ,... .. .. ... Loi 1, block 1) t'lilvrrslry I'litco .. .. .. 11 87
'' '' she could most
AdaU. MtMsuy. . .... . ... .Lotll.hloek 4. j lo..r\.ld. .. .. .. .. .. .. 119 She explained:: that get
Emma Klicker .. . .. . . Lot 10. block 4, Howry's Add .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 OUU things cheaper and better elsewhere."
W. E. Kandiill ... .. .. . .. Ji; M tt ol'e lno' It lot U', block 4, Howry Add. ... bt> she could.
J. \'lIulI'hll.. .. .. . .. .. .. .... .. Lot U, sub ot block! 12. Howry'. AdU .. ... .. .. 7Helra :. Schedule ID Effect January IVCM.KIXIH Not that she really thought frlINE
J. M. tiwlft! ... .. ..... .. Lots 1 to tt Inc block 17. llowry'n Add ... ..... .. 6 tlo8H7 :Merely she held It good fur the !shopkeeper :
:>. A. lilootn .. ... . .. .. .. .... .Lots and 3, block a3: HonrytAddJ. .... .. .. .. .. :! 01 .. this. Shi told him Unit
.. .. ..... .. ..... ., ..... / Fij r. Qulck.lep to say
M. Priced Sou... ...... .. .. All block 41. Howry' Add
C. Li. Kllcker... .... .... ...... .. ... .Lots 17 nnd 'O, block *, Wnlu Add ... .. .. .... .. 84ua Lv Palstka.... .. ... . u uo pin u5ain) his stock lacked taste lie did not
W. L. LliKlatrum .. . .... .... ... .Lot T, block 4, Walls' Add ... .. .. ...... ... 74W Lv JiioUmnivllle .. ... 8001'111 7.3nm with her. He did not contradict ,
8. Kadi.... . .. . .. .. .. Lot 10. block 4. Walts' A<101.. .. . .. . .. .. .. 1 87 ArV..hlo.U..1t 19 pni' 106.-/ .muArTltton argue F1.ai1re a.cl. CO.
.... .. . >
. Walt1 Add1 .... .. .... .. . Ii Muni U: HO pm her. He the things back Into thell'respccU'e
L. O. Kllcker... .... . ... . Lot :.ll. block; 1. .... ...... .. put
.. . ... .. Ar Corduln tf UUaiu 1 48 pm
Nu toll & tKglcston: ... .. ... ... Lots A. nnd H .block tl: Kicu i Add 8 87 the boxes on
... .. ... boxes replaced
C. O. Miiltby. ..... . . . .. ..Lot S, Aiwuiwor sAud. ... .. .. .. ... ... ..... not \rM..con. 366aiu 410pm
Israel Yarn . .... .. .. ... .. .W HI tt of lot a titi'l' o 41 I't ol lot 9 and lot 10 Cham C.Or04. '' their respective! shelves walked Into
bo..lolVun.l'sAdd.... ... . .. .... .. .... .... 149 Ar Atlanta .. . ... 725am 1 741pm the little parlor behind the shop and The Great Through Car Line From Florida.
.. .. . . N. C. A ST. L.
Joseph Diinion.. ... . ..... ...... ..Lot1a.uloclcl.A..IIl..lrollll'\dd 1 1 11
... .. .. .
Heirs J. M. Swift... .... .. . .. .Lots 8 and 10 blockrUl.troll: '. Add.... . ... (MlM Ar Chattanooga.. ... .. 1 0 OfLptn M 1 U40auILL. OOntnArNashvlllo closed the door.

Oeortrlana Johnuon :.:: ::Lot 14, block S, Armstrong's:: AilJKd ::.. ::: ::: :::. :: : M. CUNT.: R. U. pin > "Isn't he ever coming back?" asked
ilcUonuld; .:::::::: :::: Lot 3, block U, A.istronw s Adil .
? . .. ... .
. ... . .. ... Artt.Loul .062\ : am 724pmArC'blcagu the lady lifter two or three minutes CONNECTIONS:
Allen Edwards .. .. .... .. .. .. .... Lot5, block B, Armsironir's AdilJade
.... ... .. .. .
Hull . ........ .. .... ......Lots S and O. block 4, Artnstroiiir'a Add .... .... .. ITS: ID us am had elapsed. Her tone did not Imply a
Allen L. tit at en ................ .. ...Lots :nnd 11. Comon's Add ............ ... ..... 1 (04) L. N. B. B.ArLoulsvlila OVER ITS OWN\ lUlLS TO Savannah, Charles-
Julia Phillips..... ..... .. ...... .'... .. Lot 8 Coraou's Add .. ....... .. ........... ..".... till .... .. Unonm/ UHS amAr question: so much as an exclamation of
Elizabeth statcn! ......... ...... ..... Lot I':.', C'oroon's Add ... ...... .. .... ....;...... .. etlMawn Clnolnnutl... .TKOatn: 406pmC. mere Impatience. TO THE: EAST ton, Ltichmond, and \\ .ahington, thence via thePennsylvania
..... .. ... . ..... ...... . It E.I.B. B.ArCblcutfo .
Holt... .. ...... ..... ... Lot 15 Cor"11d.Add. .. .. 6d .... .. .. .. 9 IS amPolld "I djubt\ It," I replied. Railroad.
0.1 Mason>. Taylor Holt ::::::::::: ::::::::::::;::Lot Lot 27 SV,, Coreon's: : : Acid: ::::::::::::::: :::: :: :::::::: : 1 tralna 1 from Jacksonvlllo to Miionn.Trains ""'by not?" she asked, much aston VIA ALL-RAI L.

J.A.Koirers! ..... . .. ... ... .. .. .Luta 1 toll, block 3, Hiatclilnson's Add.... .. . 119) from Pttlalkii connect Ht VHhlostu The LnuUville nod Nashville, via Moat.:omery.
Lewis Daniels! .... .............. . .Lot 7, block 4, Hutchlnsou'ii Uykev...... .... .. .... .. .M6!\ I block I\J.; Corporation .. . .. .. .. .. ... .. 1 Ul Local SIc-'tperH on Dixie! Hver:: train I torMaoon expect" I answered "you have TOTH E.W EST
L.j. .... ...... ... .. ... . : :, Thu.labile nnd Ohio Railroad via Montgomery.
Wtwtholraer....... .. .. . .. .8U I block I\J.; Corporatjou 10120R remulnlnn It. depot I until 7 80a. in. he Is
O. F. Aualand ... ..... .H. . . All block 16. Corporation . . ..... ... . Pullman Iluffnt Sleeping Cats from Jacksonville bored him. In all probability :: at .- -----
"" Laoy L. Koyalls ....... .... .. ... .. ES-6ofsHo': Muck loa, corporation... .. ... .... .. 74 to St. Louis via abore route without this: moment behind that door smoking Via Savannah ami Ocean") Steamship Company for New York
W. O. Heamer... .. .... .. .. ... .All blocks 10U and 107, Corporation.. .. .. .. 387 change of onrs on 1 Dtxlu Flyer. trntn also "
\ G. N. DeLand... ......... ........ .... All block 1 HI, Corporation .... .... .. .. .... . .... 80*! Pullman ft neat ( deeper on same, train to a pipe nnd reading the paper. I'kilii. flphia. nnd Boston.
Q. N. eun block 1;!'S. Corporutlon .. 1 74 Ihloatfo wit bout obannrM.for ." "What an extraordinary shopkeeper!" Via, Norfolk :Steamer: for Now York, Washington, and
..... ....... .... .T. 1 Ti sabedule ami other Information, addreis T
Mr.. A. K. Dupreo .. ... .. All block 130 Corporation friend she gathered her TO TH E.
Mary Stradraun 1 to 9. block Ml Corporation: ............ .. 119 J. H. HAb'KEKCV.Dlatrlot ; said my as: par- Efl5 | Baltimore.

EUut Henry Walker Wells..Lot Lot 13 10,, block blouk: HU.101, Corporation Corporation'::.::'::::::.::'::.::::: :: Or Pan. Agt, J"ttnl "\V. Bay v ''e.m.St. cols together and Indignantly walked VIA STEAMSHIP.' Via Savaunuh "nd Merchants and Miners Transportation CompaQ>

Bara'l. Miller .Lots 15, lit and 17 Corporation... .. ......... ...... 114 O. B.1UIODE9. out. for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Gild HOllrn. ... .....Lots 19 an, block Itll, Corporation. .... ....... 1 87 Gon. P..... Ant., Maoon. Ga. "U U their way," I explained. "There
Matilda .....Lots and :l.l.: block Itll, Corporation. ...... .. 8jj '
J. V, Bwoeney... ...... ......... .Lot S3! block 101 Corporation .... ......... .. ... dO are thu goods. If you want them you To Key West Via Peninsular and
Samuel Miller .Lot Z4, block Itll Corporation; .... .... ... .... .... 6tI may have them. If you do not want
Dlnln Clayton. .,All block Corporation .,. 1 78 would almost rather that -ANDHAVANA.-
J"I.'lll1n. J. Chapman Extx.... .,. ill blocks 174, 175. 17D and 177 Corporation. ....... 6 K6K. Summer Law School them they Occidental Steamship Co.
P. 8. Bennett..Ti...All blocks 1WJ and lol. Corporation: ... .... .. ;. 07 lOU did not come and' talk about them.
Lillian J. Chapman Executrix.All blocks IbT, 188. 189! 1110. 191 ant) 199, tTMIVEBSITT! : or TI BO IXI A.In .
.. 774C. Toil Know What You Are Taking
Corporation Mth anmm... .
VlrilnU mountain JnljltoSjpembn
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2 Stetson Suits B. .t..th..d. 7Mar bate the face while It I Is very : V t

O O "Are your eyeslilore' After reading do warm or very cold. ,..
Experiments With I
00000000000000000000000000 Don't be nfrald of sunshine and fresh
they feel as if they were crossed and
u From the Times-Colon, May B. does it seem as If a numb welling nestled New Chemical Metal. I air.' They offer you bloom and color.

+ Don't bathe In bard water. Soften it I
Declaration containing 1,400 pages between the brows .
,A the moat voluminous document "In three cases out of five of eye of the Record's Many m with a little powdered borax or a handful ".

trouble there Is MOST 003TLY OF SUBSTANCES of oatmeal.Don't .
ever presented in the United no ailment with the
Articles of Last "
orb Itself, but only with the muscles on wash the face when traveling '
State Circuit Court for this district,
which control Its movements" said a unless it is with a little alcohol and water
hb was filed yesterday In the United noted oculist. "The eye muscles have X Ray Picture Taken Without :X University Trouble. ;mi. or a little cold cream. ,

b. States Court cl rk'., office. become flabby and weak and require Rat Apparatus l>r Scientist of tuoMa .( Don't rub the face with too coarse a t f. e

ti The paper is the declaration In the toning up and strengthening. This maybe ..BClu>ett. luatltnte of TechnoloBr The following/ article is taken ver towel. Trent it I ij, you would the finest ..

+ suit of Dr. John F. Forbes, president done by eye gymnastics. -CurlouB Properties of Thl. baUm from the September 20th Issue porcelain tenderly and delicately : .4

'' of Stetson Unlveratty, and Mrs.. Lena "Whenever the eye Is in UBe its muscles Stare and Wonderful Metal. of the DeLand Record, which Is now Yo ;. Don't forget that hearty laughter Is a -

r B Mathis, a teacher, as plaintiff, are brought into play. Look at an Curious and interesting photographsor t devoting nearly all Its space every source of relaxation. So ere all high ,"

i ,1t against John B. Stetson, the million- object in the distance or look at another shadow graphs, as they might better I week to a vindication of the same thoughts, as those of hope, beauty, r
at close and
aire hat manufacturer of Philadel- forms an imperceptible range, movement the eye per.either be called perhaps-taken recently president and trustees so highly com- i trust! and love. .

phia, and Elizabeth Stetson, his. wife, of sinking deeper or of rising out In the photographic department of the mended in September. An Intelligent Don't attempt to remove dust with

h 't In an action to obtain $1,000,000 damages of the socket In order to adapt Itself to Massachusetts Institute of Technology public ia capable of judgingthe "reasons" cold water. Give the face H hot bath ." "t

t4' for slander and libel. 4 for this The heading and with soap and then rinse thoroughly
alleged the range exactly as a telescope ia at Boston illustrate the properties of flop. /
with clear) tepid or cold water.Don't .
',, PREPARED IN FOUR BOOKS:!!! lengthened or shortened for various the new chemical metal radium, one of article follow, in full: ,
The declaration is prepared in the distances. Every time the eye turns to neglect to sleep. You can sleep
v'4w the so called radio active salts which UNANIMOUSLY: VINDICATED
yourself Into good looks. A lung
form of four booklets of typewritten the left or to the right or upward ordownward nap
have recently startled the scientific
and a hot bath will make any woman
it Is controlled by muscles 1
pages. Each pamphlet contains the that perform merely the mechanical world by demonstrating that an X ray The University: Humors Found to lie i! more attractive and lift years from her i

statement of the plaintiffs and their picture can be taken without the X ray shoulders. .. .
of the
part turning: organ of vision. It False lu Every Particular.
r r'. s witnesses in four suits, each of which Is in the decline of these muscles where apparatus, says the New York Mail Don't forget that beauty is power.' ,. ..
: "At the meeting of the Board of
Is for$250,000. and Express. There is nothing It Is to
most people ought flint of all to seek more potent
t This- remarkable which e1 ? Trustees here Thursday evening/ and ;, ,, ,
The two largest books contain 500 metal takes ?
their complaInt the a womanhat capital is to a mer
,1 day Friday, the difficulty at i
n r pages each. One of these books contains "Nothing is simpler than to remedy the form of powder aud Is one of several University watt patiently and exhaustively chant. Its absence la: n misfortune, its ,I

the declaration of Forbes this evil. Stand erect, gaze straight similar agents obtained by a series investigated; and resulted in a ';J;.' culture wise and proper "IJ-: '"

against John B. Stetson, and the other ahead and throughout the entire exercises of delicate chemical operations from complete vindication of Dr. Forbes. i .. -,

ia the declaration of Mrs. Mathis bold the bead in this position, the mineral pitchblende, gives. out rays There were twenty out of twenty- Choice of Color' ,

1 making it necessary for the eyes alone having many of the characteristic three of the Trustees> actually! pr,.sent As the choice of colors is a stumbling j j.
against Mrs. Stetson. properties both of the cathode and the and the Board has in Its number
and not the muscles of the neck to block to so mona; few words on this .-
j The declaration of Mrs. Mathis X some of the most distinguished men ,
r They
x ray. pass through substances
? come Into play during the ensuing
gym subject may;) be useful. A girl with n
q' in this and other states.
;. against John' B. Stetson is 200 pages dime ordinarily impervious to light, and the
nastics. Hold a between two flu-
"' The decision of the Board is received "' I pale complexion can wear Indigo blue ".
long and of Forbes against Mrs. Stet- gers and extend the arm straight In pictures taken with them are therefore with the utmost pleasure and and the russet shades, dark red and

son is 173 pages long front as far as possible, at the same practically Identical with those taken satisfaction. by the people of DeLand, medium green. With brown hair, gray .-

h.,. 'i' REASONS GIVEN AT LENGTH. time riveting the gaze on the cola. Always by t means of an X ray machine. and the whole matter will be finally i eyes and a poor complexion cue may .

looking at the dime approach the Radium Ie the most expensive of all and fo. ever dropped. "
wear black relieved with cream, blue
The basis of the declaration is that
,, coin gradually until it Is within four known. substances its value being literally While the rumors were current the with dark light "
cream green, a very i
Stetson caused to be established and Inches of the eyes. Then extend to the many thousand times its weight la confidence:: and the high esteem. held kt shade of pink and a red. A J

circulated malicious statements to original position and repeat the move gold. A single pound of It, It such an on the part of the DeLand people, In dF. girl with red hair and coppery a clear complexIon I
.: shaken
the effect that the plaintiffs:: were ment. It will strengthen the muscles amount were obtainable would per. Dr. Forbes were never ; they ;:
white black
wear blue
I loyally and unflinchingly stood by a may pale ,
guilty: misconduct. Statements of controlling the eyes on range adjustment haps be worth well over $1,000,000. In but
:!1 man whose life had always been ideal green not deep pink, orange, deep
witnesses aui of the plaintiffs] aregiven the few grams of powder used In making ._. and an admirable example for a per'X'! purple or bright red. A blond may I '

at length. "For the aecond exercise keep the the Institute pictures for example son holding the high position that he wear a bluish purple, while a brunette

'' The paper has been in process of Lead In the same rigid position as before there is only about 1 per cent of does. This result of the investigationof i with n good color may wear reddish

and holding the coin extended the substance that actually produces. the rumors, as unanimous, as absolute purple. Sallow skins need; rich, warm
since 23 when
I preparation February keep the eyes fastened on it and more the picture taking ray, this small quantity as positive. as it was' was no .surprise tones. A woman of this ,
: type wear
}: suit was entered. the arm as far to one side end as far to being so powerful, however, that ; almost to the ail people night's of Dol session and.and With all 0' dark rich red, russet :shades may, most of

CONTAINS 454,000 WORDS. the other as the eye can follow the arc satisfactory negatives can be secured the next an day until 6 o'clock:: without the dark brown shades, cherry pink j

Based on an estimate of 325 words of the sweep even with so short an exposure as fifteen ; intermission, this eminent: body of lose and cream color. The good old ,.
"Holding bead and arm and coin aa seconds, and in the opinion of scientists ,
who here at the of rule that bids for
to a page, the entire document, it is men came request a woman street weur
at first, raise the arm so high that the who have been investigating Its. Dr. Forbes these
estimated contains words to investigate! : rumors choose the color of her hair, for house
454,000 eyea are unable longer to see the coin properties Its power Is practically In- i went into every detail, made a wear the color of her eyes null for even-

which is equal to the number in an unless by an elevation of the chin. exhaustible. most searching investigation" and lug wear the color of her akin be '

ordinary novel. The document will Then lower the band with the coin similarly Taking a picture with radium la a found not one scintilla of evidence toW borne in mind. When a girl has may twoor ..{!

4 a have to be read aloud In court by the until it disappears from vision. much simpler matter than taking one even base a charge upon, and this k three dllleront colors In her
eyes as
verdict the verdict of of the
"Perform these exercises with an X some
attorneys. Major St Clair-Abram is:: faithfully, ray machine. The powder often happeus. if she matches of '
most eminent men of this Is any
the attorney for the plaintiffs: and and in two or three days the eyes will Is kept In a small box not unlike the accepted as absolute and final.country, them it will suit her.-American Queen
be brighter and the sight better. Crow's cases in which the old fashioned daguerreotypes lI iJl ..
the paper was prepared at his direction. The DeLand people heartily congratulate -
: feet will disappear, and the youthful I were framed, with an Inner Dr. Forbes on this unanimous V.i Note. For the Nervoa. '-
vigor when the eye was in Its highest cover of thin celluloid to hold tho vindication and endorsement,
It a woman Is Inclined to
Attorneys for the defense, Beggs state of efficiency will be restoredew ."- precious substance in place when the fur aa long aa the rumors continued "nerves"a I
& Palmer and Stewart &: By) will :\ York Press. box Is opened and Its invisible power there went with them a reflection she should bring all her common sense i 11
to bear upon the case and try her level \
now be given a chance to look at the turned In the direction of the object to upon himself.'upon the position he ,

declaration, which is in the office of : What Cau.e. 8hr...*>. be photographed. The radium Itself is l\\, occupies in the University, DeLand best to live consistently-that is. If she "
and her people.'V9 ,.. Is weak and inclined to irritability, let .
The in which shows harmless ::Y.
manner shyness a looking
Deputy Clerk Dodge and they will yellowish powder, 1
The groundless rumors have done her, as far as possible, avoid the things
then file their demurrer which will be Itself differs greatly in different people. that can be seen to glow dimly when
the University no harm as our people /r.r.;: which irritate her This may seem ,
Sometimes it is caused by inexperienceand the eye of the operator has become accustomed feared would be the More
another lengthy document. I ItJ selfish/ but it is the purest charity, and
the want of self confidence that to the surrounding darkness. :\ students will be here next week than m ,
The the end justifies the .
case is not expected to go to means.
comes from knowing little or nothing :But the photographer must work in a, were ever here at any previous openIng -
trial until next fall. of the and customs of absolute and the ? nervous person requires more .:.
ways society, darkness, for the seemingly '::Y. University year beyond
V sleep than one In health, aud furthermore P
and sometimes, too, it arises from self magic rays, although they have slight 1\1\" .; doubt is:: assured the bent by long oddsit -
L M\;\
; she should rest when she .. tf
Hiding: ale Own Skeleton. consciousness and ia has ever had. t::. feels HO' _
t : simply vanity under Illuminating power, act upon a photo- \
The members of the trustees inclined, and rest should be properly : I
God created the earth, the beasts another name and in a different graphic plate much as sunlight does. present :1\\ .
taken The
last should be
at the meeting week were: room thoroughly
guise. It may sound harsh to that The picture !
the birds and then say making mechanism conststa -
man, so the scrip John B. Stetson, president, ventilated with a constant free clrcu-
ture tells ua. We are strongly inclined the shyness of many people Is caused simply of a sensitized plate and ; S. B Wright! lit'cr Philadelphia lotion of air both day and night.
by their conceit but it la a tact all the the little box of radium the article x "
to Land (Hon, H, A, DeLand. Fairjmrt I1fr'Y
; Then
to believe the devil stepped in, on a firm, hard bed-avoid the '
t same. They are always thinking of be photographed being placed between N. Y.s; Rev David Moore, D I'., Ge 110ft leather bed r,II
when the creator had finished, and themselves wondering if they are making them, either in direct contact or with .'% nova N. Y.; Rev. R. McAnhur, D as you would polsou-milady .

among his defiling works, Inoculated a good impression or looking their an intervening_: unncp_ of n few _InMioaAa ___ D., New York, N. Y.; Rev W. N. ) tuny rest in peace. She will, ofourse Ii

hypocrisy, scandalism and the cute best They imagine that every one is with the X ray, the power no of t.at. Chaudoin, D. D, LaGrange, Fl.i.; I E.O ...fl. (' use no pillow or. It she .must, :'.

knack of lying unto man. By some remarking them, and It not quite cer radium varies with its distance front Painter, DrLand, Fla.; James. S. V t just the tiniest one, and she will lie ,
' Turner Levyvllle Fl.i H, B bi I evens most of the time on the right side '
_. they were cultivated while others tarn of their surroundings they get hot the object photographed. The nearer ; unless -
and nervous flurried, awkward and uncomfortable the metal is held may,, DeLand, Fla.; Rev Tlioinis.f. Sparkman ;,;.' she can cultivate the habit of lying -. .
cleansed themselves of the curses. to the object the DeLand, Fla.; Theodore C.V M flat on her back all night which la
r We will It they would only think clearer Is the impression and the shorter ; / Search .1. T C'lake
take the three under one I less Philadelphia; he best position to take.
'' head and term it "gossip." Is there of themselves they would be far the time necessary to secure good DeLand Fla.; Hev William H. Stewart ...
happier and also far pleasanter com- results. DeLand Governor Wil'iam'' S. v.i .
I ::r. ; .
A Dread Or l l.
a more suitable name? Picture in
panions. Various theories Jennings, Tallahassee, Fla.: Frank J. 'l'
r I have been propounded The ;
Rev. Mr. Inch of Dumbarton -
your mind an old blunderbluss loadedto as to the source of the of Longdon, DeLand: :Mayor D. U. tell. t, '
the muzzle with jealousy, lies and Food Far Nervous Individual. this powder to penetrate substances power i Fletcher Jacksonville. FI...; B. F. how on one occasion in his old church In .ii '

As a rule salt I'1 Is not adapted to Camp, White Spring/!*, Fla.; J.B. Law, Dundee a brother minister had preached ;
and have
revenge; the kind of opaque to light. One is et
you theory that
the requirements or nervous people, a* DeLand; E. B, Solomon, Dayton. Ohio. a rather long sermon and he (Mr. ..
gossip we refer to. There are but nutritious juices go into the brine to a radium send out countless rays of The only trustee represented by "17' Inch, had occaslou later on to enter the. f!

few good gossips. Search the heartof great extent. Fish of all kinds is good very short wave length, which are but Proxy were E. B Moody, Lake City; pulpit to make an intimation where- '

the person most subjected to this for them. Raw eggs, contrary to the little obstructed by cloth, paper cellu- i Arthur G. Ilarnlin, DeLand and Byron ';4;,' upon a "wee Macgregor," who was iDl"I I I

awful curse, and if you don't find the common opinion are not as digestibleas loid, flesh and some other substances E. Huntley, Batavia, N. Y. ,, the gallery with his mother and tile- ;1 t'

those but cannot pass through such denser rest of the family, took frlfebt and \
above Ingredients holding forth we that have been well cooked. ez-:
media as metals wood ( .
are Badly mistaken. It is very often flood bread sweet butter and lean anything like the or bone with G-4 claimed very loudly: "Come awa', maw.here's i'l
meat are the best food crime rapidity. Another anlther man guan tae begin!"
the case that the defamer of character for the nerves. supposes that radium Is continually & (
troubled \
People with Insomnia and : ,
is attempting to bide a real skel nervous from throwing off little invisible bits ___ ___h_ -
starting sleep and sensations -- -- '--
" eton of his own under the magnified of mutter, smaller than the atoms -- V.
of falling can often be cured bylimiting
misdeeds of others.-Exchange. which were so long: considered the 11m.
themselves to a diet of milk
It of material divisibility Indeed ItS
alone for a time. An adult should take I
Ben May Lose His Job. at meal and necessary in this case> to think of an :p (
a pint a take four meals a I FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY
F "We are pleased to observe: ," says day. People with weakened nerves require atom as divided into tw* parts one j :
charged with positive and the other ...
the Sanford Chronicle that frequently ,
Senator a larger quantity of *" / ,

'a MacWllllama has introduced a bill water than those whose nerves and with tion of negative the radium electricity In explana Deposit your Money in

into the brains are strong. It aids the digestion photograph one '.
Legislature the of
purposes must further picture that .
which are to scandal. It by making the food soluble, and seems these Infinitesimal
suppress to have a direct tonic effect.-Science particles, hurled into space
s. provides that jju can prosecute a News. by the chemical, pass through certain the Bowery Saving Bank

person, criminally, for lying about i substances and splash as it were, I

you, 'of for circulating a false and The 0.... of Ta.<. la ....0... against the sensitized plate, which

slanderous story. This is as it should The antennae of insects do not appearto they thus affect everywhere except

be. There is no sense in making contain any organ of taite, for where their passage la retarded by the OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. L4j

libel a misdemeanor and leavingyou wasps and ants quite readily took into denser media.\ The result is of course .

their mouths poisonous and unpleasant that the outline or shadow of the
to the civil ts for Chartered 1834 Now has
cow only your 140,000 Depositors.
'"' food, even swallowing enough to make more opaque portions of the object in-

remedy against the malicious, sneaking themselves ill, while some bees and terposed appears in the negative, its ,

cowardly slanderer. Thanks to cockroach fell a prey to the temptation darkness being in proportion to the Assets, nearly$100.000,000.oo r

Senator Mac." of alum, epsom HitS and other resistance offered to the rays. e

-- C. nauseous foods placed In their way. Radium apparently keeps its curious

Ford & Hiller, the largest phosphate These substances were not however, property Indefinitely the storing up

V firm in Marion have swallowed, but were soon spat out. the process being as mysterious as the disappearance -
creatures sputtering angrlly, as if disgusted of the genii in the Arabian ( One Hundred Millions )
old out to the Dutton Company, Nights' entertainments into his Y
with the
taste.-Chambers'Jour copper
of Gainesville. The sale comprises nal. cylinder Among the pictures taken by All the earnings belong to and are held for the benefit of depositors. The bank is managed by 43 f

sit plants and eighteen thousand the' photographers at the institute is Trustees,who give their services gratuitously. There are dividends to anyone, txccpt to Jepositort.HV .

acre of land. Four mines are located A Shallow SBfe .rfaa>*. one made with nitrate of uranium, another y

in Marion county, one in Her- "Why Is that congressman so op. of the chemical substances producing -' ..* Deposits Received and Drafts Paid Mail... ,
by HB
y'' nando county and one at Fort posed to" beautifying the city of, Washington rays that have this peculiar "'

1 White. The price was $250,000. "Well?, he'. constantly posing as a penetrating less degree than power the, although radium in especially a much Printed Instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded to i '
V' servant of the people, and he's afraid prepared for the purpose.: The nitrate any person on application to The Bowery Savings Bank J "

his constituents will' get an idea that of uranium used to obtain this negative ,
rTee teagsr ... H.. Ow "' 8t.
!: Hewitt-I overreached .myself the the servants' quarters are too luxu had, It so happened, been stored away 128 and 130 Bowery, New York.

other day. rfous.-Wuhington Star. for years. But the result was a very

Jewett-Bow fnir outline picture though It was not WILLIAM H. S. WOOD. Pre.J .at.

? Hewitt wan eo anxious to unload rati..t."Well so clear as those made with the radium JOHN J. SINCLAIR. M Vtc+frtttdtnt. ROBERT B. WOODWARD. M n-AnW t, .. 'I ti ) y
Jones ia certainly a patient and
required a longer i
lot of p nnle. on a street car conductor exposure.A TRUSTEES. a
r man, with a temper hard to ruffle." JOHW W. Arrant.HUUH Joel B. ERlua 'l', VV
transfer Mug
v' I tbatl forgot I had a W. MACIAT. Jonw .1, i'
"Patient Is for him. D AUOHIMOLOSa, EDWARD D. gnrctAia.
no name Why, Railway Revolution. FAULKVKR. OKOROB McNBIR.8RH .
ticket In mipocket.BrooklyD Idfe.'i Ofomam F, BAKU.OCT4VICI ROBERT M. OALLAWAV. *
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that man has been known to go out A great revolution appears to be impending U, BALDWIN.BBMBT CHARLBI QRlrPKI: WILLIAM MILLIKBM.A. MARK.' y
with his wife to select wall and I a BeaLICoBOJlLLU.: H. HAOKBTT.CHARLBI DAVID a TABBB.: :: I
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his temper."-Baltimore Herald. I says the London Car, of automatic JOB* W. COCHIUN iOHX D. RICK". OBOROB H. ROBIHSOK. Wiuov. J
In an Important ton. WILLIAM H S. WOOD: i
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I mmmsmmfmzmzmzszsffl ? 2S== == ,I REPTILE FOR. KING EDWARD ever hear of the Ulplodocus Carnegie { :.
the Institute
I A field party of Plttsburg
OFShoes I unearthed his bones in the fossil beds
--.J Reproduction of a Fo. ll Skeleton
Special Sale ... Named After rnenle. In America and have them mountedand Y
Professor! O. B. Harper, curator of on exhibition. j
Hats the section of paleontology of the Car "It Is my desire that a duplicate of

1 I negie Institute, Is about to begin tho such a reptile should be exhibited hi ;
ii reproduction of a skeleton for the British the British museum" laid King Ed.
ward. "I will direct Dr. O. A. Bouleri-
a Dry Goods l museum at the express older of
} King Edward, Bays a special dispatch ger, head keeper of the museum, to '+ ,
IF from Plttsburg to the Philadelphia communicate with the director of the

Etc. Public Ledger. Plttaburg Institute, If you are willing." ,
& Millinery "The pleasure Is all mine," answered +
Lust year whek ,the king visited Andrew
Carnegie at SUlbo castle he was Mr. Carnegie.The ."

-AT- impressed by a picture of a skp.leton.I I I "':' I ""
"That must be a very fine skeleton" .J
4 man jvlthout a purpose U like e 'r
sold the king. hip without a rudder-a waif, a nothing '! '
Yea, it's a namesake of mine answered '
: L' Reduced Prices Mr Carnegie. His majesty a no man. Have a purpose la life, .;

started Mr.Carnegie continued: "Those' and, having It, throw each strength ef ", ''
mind and muscle Into work a. 11
I your :
are the bones of my uiiiuesake, and we '
I God has given you-Carlyle. I 1'iI' 1\\
are all very proud of him. Did you .1Ii .

pY If you care to Save Money this is your Chance} 4 '

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The long! drouth was ended on Mon St. Barnabas Episcopal church next !I Mi". J. S. May took In tht! excursionto

Local and 0 day, when a splendid rain fell. A peculiarity Sunday, May 10-10 a. m, chlldrens' Miami this week. BEAUTIFULGLASS

of this rain was that It fell service and Sunday school; 11 a. m.,
OO :Mr and Mrs. D. P. Miller returnedto
O Personal Briefs g north of town. At J. F. Alldls' there choral service with sermon. their home in Trenton, Fla., this j'

i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO was a terrific rain and hailstorm,
week after visit Mrs.
. Superintendent Bert Fish left on a pleasant to PRESERVE n
School while down town there was just a light :Miller's Mr. and Mrs J. J.
!supplies at Aliens' Phar- i Sunday for Tallahassee, to look after parents,
macy. sprinkle. : some legal business and attend the Vinzant. Mia Nora Vinzant accom- DISHESAt

"' Atty. James E. Alexander attended Considerable interest Is: being taken annual convention of county superin I panied her sinter to Trenton for a

_.k '. the "cane growers' convention" held In the tennis tournament to take tendents. Mr. Fish is attorney for visit of several weeks. ..
in Macon this week. place commencement week, between the towns of New Smyrna and DeLand I
Stetson's two best players and the Art paper napkins at Brills.Mrs *
Dr. J. F. Forbes, Rev. J. .1 E.:: Oates and will try to have some minor We've
two fine Fngliah players from Orlando. changes made in their charters. The I M. E. Gould will entertain a got some more
; and Mr. H.
Ryland attended the
The tennis courts at the University change In the DeLand charter simply number of friends at the Putnam this of those popular
Savannah Baptist Convention held in .ire in use from early morning to late empowers the city to collect a license enlng in honor of her niece, Miss GLASS PITCHERS
this week. They left De-
: Land in the evening, during recess. Tbt on bicycles, automobiles, etc., the Rodgers! who has spent the winter '
on Wednesday.You courts have been put In fine conditionfor funds arising therefrom to be used on with Mrs. Gould and family. The too. :E3IGEvow.

will find the new game called the tournament. The prizes will the roads of the town. I amusements will consist of dancingand
Flinch at Brill's consist of four gold medals, which ping-puny.
have been donated by J. F. Allen & Mrs. W. J. Braddock: of Lake Mary 1 K>>! X
Mr. J. B. Conrad was in DeLand Dr. Walker, the veterinarian went
Co:, W. A. Allen & Co., W. B. Fudger, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Burgess. Don't wait 'till the last Ii
several days the first of the week. to New York this week.

Mr. Conrad has about recovered from Ryland & Sparkman, O. A. Dreka & Mr. J. H. Causey, who is now telegraph day of school before you
Co., G.V.. Fisher, Watts & Miller, !Miss\ Lillian Hamlin returned to
the serious Illness caused by his sore operator at Maitland, was in decide want some
Hardware Store W. D. DeLand you
Bigelow this week, after a pleasant
; DeLand on business Friday.
foot.Brill Haynes, F. P. McElroy and The News visit to her father at Seabreeze. De-
has just received a nice lot Land will be to learn
of ladies hose and vests. Publishing Company.No Uncle Lem Odum of Spring Garden people pleased
admission will be charged to the was a pleasant caller at THE NEWS that Mr. Hamlln is convalescent.
The regular monthly meeting of the tournament, which will take place at I I ---
office on Monday. Though 77 years of
H. C. Haven took his well-drilling
City Council "'"will be, held Monday 8 o'clock on Monday morning, May 25. age, Uncle Lem is hale and hearty, i iI apparatus over to New Smyrna this PHOTOGRAPHSCome
evening next
I William Kolman has purchasedJohn hitches up his own horse, drives twen week to put in about a dozen arte-

I The Grand Royal Arch Chapter McCormick's second hand store, I. ty miles In one day, and always has a sian wells for the people over there.

meets In Jacksonville on Tuesday, which he sold to McCormick: about a cheery word for his friends. Cliff took the machine from DeLandto

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday year ago. Kolman took: charge on Lake Helen by its own motive
I next. DeLand will be represented by Col. William S. Thayer of Enter.
Monday. He says he will clean up power. Now
'. Messrs. J. R. Wetberell, bilas BWrljO'ht and enlarge the business. Kolman U: prise was among the prominent Con-
and Dr. John MacDiarmid. federate veterans in town Monday. Dr. John MacDiarmid made a professional
a hustler, and will push the businesstor
visit to Pierson on Wednes
t Brand new hosiery at Brili's.e all It i Is worth. Kolman started Services at the Baptist church will I .

this business in DeLand three or four usual Dr. Wells day. REEVE
Dr. Edward T. Allen has bias| on Sunday. of
purchasedthe A
i W. T. Risque place northeast of years ago, and while engaged in it Lake Helen will preach both morningand Mr. Ernest W. Heath has arrived

town, and will Improve It made money enough to buy several evening. B. Y. P. U. meeting from hicago/ on a visit to his mother, 5

There are 39 acres In the tract greatly.; the pieces of property around Orange 6:45 p. m. You are cordially invitedto Mis. Julia Month. The Heaths will }:-K! >fO-rO0-KH>-K>-fFt0i4i O IODFO i

consideration was $250. City. Mr. Kolman is at present engaged attend. all return toChicaeo on the 14th. THESE WILL '
in the hardware business at
Rev. E. O. Taylor, the noted prohibitionist Orange City. He will run both places ---- YOUR PRESERVES ;
0.0.0-0-'0.0'00.-0 '.0'0'O"'O.O'O.O'O.o'O'O.oINE
orator, gave five interesting for the present.

lectures in DeLand, concluding at the Mrs F. L. Motlatt and family have FRUIT JARS a
Baptist church with :
Sunday evening
t' moved into the Bronaon house on Rich
the customary monthly mass-meeting avenue. Mrs. Motlatt has closed her X17
; of the W. C. T. U. Large audiences millinery store. a

j were present at all the meetings, and

I, an unusually large crowd was out Mr. Albert S. Botsford, one of West QUARTS-

Sunday evening. The lectures were Palm Beach's leading merchants, baa

II interesting and instructive, from a been the guest of Mr. J. F. Alldls and i RESII+ Two QUARTS-

scientific as well as religious, pointof family all the week. Mr. Botsford is

view, and were highly appreciated. oft on a vacation. He told his mana :. ISII.. Extra Tops. Extra Rubbers '

ger that he did not want to hear a
Quite a party of DeLandites took In ,IDAI'THE PRICES RIGHTAS
word about business until his return.
the excursion to Miami this week.
I He has now been away about three USUAL
Among those who went were: Mr. and
: week Mr. Botsford reports a fine
Mrs. W. B. Fudger, Mr. and Mrs. S. AT
A. Wood, Mr. and Mrs O. S. McElroy, : business the past season. RYLAND & SPARKMAN I

: and Mrs. O. A. Davit. They will be Kennedy, the expert ball player, x
who visited DeLand with E. Steam 3IARKETON r
the F.
home today or Saturday.Mr. 0-K>H>KH o-l-o-I i H>K>>K>KH<>CH O-I .
; last spring, Is manager of the
F. E..Bond and Insurance Agent E. L. McBride,
new semi-professional team just or- .t
Wright went THE COn ] I000000.''{
over to Neoga Tuesday, ganized In Jacksonville. Kennedy Manager. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.GET
to attend to some insurance matters .
was a college man when he played
incident to the burning of the Bond -
with Gainesville. I .. --- .
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& Bond Company's mill.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Post and Mr. Bur man Under the auspices of the Epworth Frank W Pope, Jr., who graduatedfrom IJICir (QUICK.! -The r
Mr. O. J. Hill left
a short business Tuesday to C'balres nightfor have been rearrested on the chargeof League of the M. E. church, there the Law Department of Stetson only way to do this is to take
trip using the malls for fraudulent pur will be a lawn fete on the church University last year, Is'now a candi-
I Leon county. Chaires Is only a few May' date for care of your money, and to ;+
pones.: Cary have taken the case to grounds next Thursday municipal judge of Jackson

miles from Tallahassee. While in the United States, Supreme Court on 14. Ice cream and cake for sale. ville. Frank U a bright young man,, make it go as far as you can.

that section of the date, Mr. Hill habeas corpus proceedings. Everybody Invited. and, if elected, will\ make a /good
may visit the state capitol and become I official. He U running against a popular Bring it here, and you'll be

a amember of the "third house." Messrs. Scott and Heard of Arcadia The horse attached toCbrtstlancy's man, Judtre D/lalynskl. amazed at its expansive quali

His efforts, of course, must be con- have purchased the Orlando tele- delivery wagon ran away Wednesday ties. it.

fined to the one Republican memberof phone exchange. morning. The horse was stopped soon At the Frst M. E. church, Sunday Try

the Legislature. But there are Brill has a fine lot of new hosiery, after starting by C. U. Yeargin, who morning, Rev. L. S. Rader, D, D., of 1

time. when one vote counts. 12ic to 50c, lace and plain. ran and caught it by the bridle. A .' Miami, presiding elder of the Jacksonville

small lad was In the wagon at the district, will preach at 11
a. m.
During vacation three new tennis Mrs. F. L. Moffatt! has closed out THCI'URNITU..IEHOUSIO': "
' ..I' courts will be made at the Universitytwo her millinery business and has moved time. No damage was done, thanksto The pastor will preach at 7..iO:: p. m. J.J F F. ALLEN & CO. I VOLUSIA OOUNTY.H .

north of Chaudoin Hall and one Into Mrs. Rronson's residence on Rich Yeargin.The [Sunday school at 10 a. m; Epworth I' ftt01014FF0
Ave., where she will continue dreismaklnjf. League at 653.: Quarterly confer
between Chaudoin and DeLand Halle. Mrs Moffatt has followed advertiser In THE NEWS are
ence will be held
on Saturday eveningat >K>frOoK>
't Tennis appears to be the most popular dressmaking a good many years and is the most progressive business. factorsof 7:30: All
all-time because quite competent to make dress In are cordially Invited. ..
game-perhaps any -
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the young ladies can play it with the any style. She will be pleased to have city. your Socially, the week has been
the ladles of DeLand give her a trial, them and you will always be treated past
r young men, which 1 I. not the case in and will assure them uf perfect satis fairly and get your money's worth. the dullest In several months. DeLand "

baseball, football, etc. faction.
Mrs Lee, who spent the winter on The present term of the DeLand Saw and Mills and
the Osborne place west of DeLand, public school will close. In two week Planing Novelty Works.

a recently started for Buffalo. On the
Baseball Game :Next Week. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. .
f' way North she got a chicken bone

'u : Ask For lodged In her throat. After suffering Another game of baseball betweenthe Manufacturer ofD -

great agony, during which she was town and the University teams :3 seed & Rough :.uzn.ber

: given every possible attention, she will be played on Wednesday of next
died from the effects of the pain and week. Prizes will be given to..the Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.

j: "VIM" other troubles brought on by it. persons holding the lucky numbers as CONTRACTOR 'Kr BUILDER.Will furnish plane and specifications and
at the two last .games. A paper will Special machinery at mill for ",
finishing work ready to In place. '
The colored baseball team arrived be circulated among the merchant first-class work In even put particular.Employ good mechanics and guarantee :'

from Daytona yesterday, to playa the latter part of this week requesting g g"i t

,, "'cif game with the DeLand team. The them to close Wednesday after \

AT a.meVal interrupted by rain before noon, and It U hoped that all will do POND (UUMPER; COMPANY

the first knock-out, and the Daytona so. ,ij{j'

boys remained over to play this morn- E. F. OATES, Captain
-' i-g) Ing. The use of the University athletic University Baseball Team.

FUDGER'SFOUNTAIN C field, the only enclosed diamondin O. F. Flsa, Manager Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLaRcI. ,

the county, was very courteously DeLand Baseball Team. Prices on all kinds of :--. r;
allowed the colored players. Providing I

they maintain good order,'the Only Two Bills Hare Passed Lumber Lath \
Shingles Flooring Celling J
colored teams will, probably be allowed It la said that the present Legislature ,'

the use of these grounds all Is the best we have had since'

summer. It Is up to them to decide, 1877. Mouldings Turning :f' ,

by their behavior, whether they shall r ,)" 1
Cause Lisle hose i
be permitted the use of the ground thing for hot weather. -Just the* Brio in '
,. and Everything the Lumber Line. "tjsliiaed ptoatpli ,,;rr
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; ADVERTISING CAN DO g May\ Session FOOT-EASE Feminine Louie. .

A powder for the feet. It cures The pretty girl was. looUlus: out of

.* Bow Two FortuneVtrm. Mad In School Board | Swollen Sore Hot, Callous Aching the window as the trolli-y cur pushed 1flifl7 IFall.
the United State
Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunlous. At slowly up the hill past her house. The -
. : In 1880 P. T. Barnum tbe great oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ) all DruRglsta and shoe stores 2oc.:: Ask car was crowded. and a number of

.bowman journeyed to the Pacific monthly meeting of the County ; today. men were riding on the rear platform.
THE (4 .
relative. On his .
coast to visit a way -
School Board was held on I Just as the car reached a point opposite -
: back east he stopped at Kansas: City Friday and Saturday last Instead of I have been Why la an acquitted prisoner like a I the .girl's house au attractive look-
a to sea the great Barnum & Bailey show times when Because
L goat he has been charged, lug box tell from the pocket" of a very
I that was then exhibiting/ In that city. Monday and Tuesday of this week in the wild taken up, and then let off. the car
swell standing ou
L'' The then press agent of the Barnum & order to allow Superintendent Bert I beasts have young
her breath
1( \ Bailey show, Bert Davis, Introduced Fish to attend the annual meeting of been WOnt MOTHERS! MdrTlERS! :MOTHERS! step. The pretty girl out held of Then
,.J How until the cur sped sight.
r .. to Mr. Barnum the editor of the local county superintendent held in Talla- U1ThCUlhuman son feverish many and children constipated areat with this sea bad she rushed out and grabbed the box.

dallies at the former's hotel. In the hassee the first of the week. beings{ and spared the woman stomach and headache. Mother Gray's It was a pound of delicious chocolates."I .

T. course of the conversation which nat. All members were present, chairman cast to them in the arena. It I ia astonishing Powders for Children will always cure. couldn't stop the cur, could I IV" Khe
: urally followed Mr. Barnum said: how little sympathy women have It ".\ud besides it
Chandler presiding. worms are present they will\ certain. said to her conscience.
"Gentlemen Mr. Bailey tells me that for women. In the home tbe mistress .
ly remove them. At all druggists.25cts. Intended for girland" .
; Commlssloer Knappe that was probably a pretty
at the performances of the reported eea the maid with the signs of suffering .
presence :!:
my Samples mailed FREE. Address
-with a peek Into the 100klnl1'glasslOa
notices had been posted on the Port ahe recognizes so well but abs does not into line -
Barnum & circus is worth $:
Bailey Allen S.
Olmsted LeRoy N. Y. !
has it.
S lighten the sick girl'aload by a touch of pretty girl -Plttaburg .
:1 dayto the show. If this la true it la Orange/ school property warning trespassers s& .j I .
her finger. In the store the forewoman Press. and rr'Y
say name that is so valuable. It Is to keep off. sees the pallor and exhaustion: which Why are good resolutions like fainting I new spring suit

: known In every town city and hamlet: Petition from the patrons of the mark womanly weakness but allows ladies Because they want carrying A Fort..... In m Clock.A .1.., from the great Oak-Essel of ,

It has become a household word DeLeon School was laid over till next nothing for them. It is work or quit. ,! out. man In Vienna possessed as an t STRAUS BROTHERS t')

4 throughout the country. Now; gentlemen meeting for action. heirloom an old clock made early" In ?

i all of this was done by newspapers Inspectors for the special tax dl,- tI : VREAROqjicivu SPRING AILMENTS. tbe sixteenth ceutury. He thought it Good Tailors for 26 Yea...

and if advertising can make a trict elections to be held May 30 There is an aching and tired feeling; was worth about $10. One day a struu- .4 CHICAGO. I

i name worth $5,000 a day. what is It follows were rORWOMENWWO the liver bowels and kidneys become gee came and offered him $400 for it. I rrom start to finish good quality

that advertising can't do?" appointed as : OAUHOT ff OUKEO. sluggish and inactive.the digestion impaired The owner suspected that If It was 3 is fie! predominating feat
Before Pests, the wall man, Port Orange-James Voss, John with little
paper or no appetite no worth that It might be worth more so
died ,in 1902 he was at the head of a Carrow; Ernest Brohm, clerk. Backed up by over a third of a century ambition for anything and a feeling he investigated the matter. He soon received urc of all clothes n.ade to order .

,'. I mammoth paper concern doing a bull.I Enterprise-John Padgett, E. H. Y. remarkable and uniform cure., a record that the whole body and mind needs an offer of $4.000 for it and rt by this well known tailoring l "

ness of 915.000,000: year.. Yet in 1801 Palmer; William Thayer clerk. and such weaknesses as no other peculiar remedy for to women the diseases ever toning up. The trouble is, that during finally sold It to the Kensington museum house.' No detail is too smallto

Peats was running a small establishment Seville-Tom Newman, A. B. Pre attained the proprietors and makers of winter there has been an accumulationof London. for $20,000.ll'oilowtng bi given careful attention;
: for the sale of wall paper to the waste matter in the system. Her- \
\\l:, :: retail trade on Madison street Cbicago. I vatt; Tom Register, clerk. eel Dr. fully Pierce's warranted Favorite in offering Prescription to pay fjooia now bine will remove it." secure to the secretions p yojr perfect comfort Is ft: (
DeLand John a Prescription. (
A. Bradley T. N.
""..'z- .J; what was the secret of his wonderful I lent money of the United States for a right exit and by its tonic effect Larry-IIow did Murphy break his ,,1 their sole aim. Call at our, (1\J\\

-.1 I.' advance In the wall paper business Page; G. T. Self clerk. any Cue of Leucorrbea Female Weakness fully restore the wasted tissues arm?. ./ store and look over the splendid .
f ;: In comparatively so short a while? Orange City-D. Freeman, J. D. Prolapsus or Falling of Womb :and give strength in place of weakness. of 1
Denny-Following the doctor's assortment 500 latest I
.t\\. ... It wag advertising." Graham; G. N. Dozier, clerk. which they cannot cure. All they ask 5oc. at all druggists. 5. pre 2 L.
,. .. is fair and scription. f1 and nobbiest t
A newspaper mau In 1802 Induced I Ormond-W. 0. DePass, John Tim- a reasonable trial of their C. patterns. XPewil] ;
; '" "v him to experiment with Ink. .. means of cure. Larry-F'hwat? quote you prices that will interest !
printers' "ons E. W. Butler clerk. Why Is a horse clever than .'
; They have the most remarkable recordof more a Denny-Yls; It blew out av th' win. ,
'. ; 1 (fills result was profitable. Peats didn't Etnporla-Riley Guess J. W. Frank; cures made by this world-famed fox? Because a horse can run when dow and Murphy wlnt after It-Philadelphia I you. Your satisfaction, as ,'"

;':. see that be could have too much of a John Beers, clerk. remedy ever placed to the credit of any he Is in a trap and a fox can't. Record. r ,'ways absolutely guaranteed. j -
fft; "; ] good thing, BO be increased his advert preparation especially designed for the -0
''Sf lUlling appropriation and as his profits Pierson-Ira Reeves, S. H. Jones; cure of woman's peculiar ailments. WORLD WIDE REPUTATION. F. W. KOESTER.

, .. '" doubled he doubled his space in the J. E.: Cade clerk. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the Wlntte's Cream Vfcrmifuge has ----- ..

; newspapers and periodicals and as his The superintendent was instructedto most desirable laxative for delicate achieved a world wide reputation as be- oO oO--O+O.O+O"OoO.O.OoOoOo-Q+O+OeoO .. -1''

f',, advertising increased his busUnvia procure registration,! lists, print women. ing the best of all worm destroyers

-" :.:, grew Thus be reached the enorm ti9 ballots, send out ballot-boxes and to and for its tonic influence on weak and -THE -i 4

volume of $15,000,000 a year by the attend to such other matters as may What would happen if a colored ,, unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the
. arithmetical of wideawake I acidity or'sourness of the stomach improves "
' jl be necessary to hold these elections.' waiter dropped a platter with a turkey -
advertising. In the language of P. T. Chairman Candler and upon it? The humiliation of Africa their digestion and assimilationof NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
Barnum, himself one of the most extensive the fall of Turkey, the destruction food strengthens their nervous system -
advertisers the world has ever FIsh were authorized to canvass of China and the overflow of and restores them to the health, ,

known, "If advertising can do this the returns of the elections. Greece.: vigor and elasticity of spirits naturalto

% wbat Is It that it can't do?"-Detroit The monthly report of the treasurer childhood. 25C. at all druggists. 5. DE LAND, FLORIDA.
.,- Free Press. was examined, approved and old .

warrants destroyed. The report Carelessness is responsible for manya Why Is Athens like the wick of a
t : AN EXCITING INCIDENT. showed a deficit in the funds amounting railway wreck and the same causes candle? Because it's in the middle of DeLAND'S LEADING LOCAL FA FEB.One .

are making human wrecks of sufferers Greece. -
to $247.42. The
;J. / 'ko Story of o Night Ride on .. cial monthly finan- from Throat and Lung troubles. But Dollar JC
is Per Annnm
I Egyptian Railroad. | statement published in this issue since the advent of Dr. King's New FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON 0

"You can travel with perfect safety ion of THE NEWS.Hpeclil Discovery for Constipation. Coughsand FARMS.Dr. e Single Copies Five Cents &3-

I Egyptian railroads now" said an Colds even the worst cases can be Bergin Pana Ill., Writes: "I

English official, "but it was not always I PORT 1f4NGE. cured and hopeless resignation is no have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always Advertising Rates Reasonable .

it.' 00. There were times when it required longer necessary. :Mrs. Lois Cragg ofDorchester. recommend it to my friends as I _ _
tact to save your throat from gettingcut. Correspondence Mass., is one of many am confident there is no better made.It F

aa you will realize from a little experience i Port Orange May 6.-Roland John whose life was saved by Dr. King's is a dandy for burns." Those who BOOK AND JOB PBIXTEBS.

I r that occurred to me. It was son, with seven other young men, New Discovery. This great'remedy is live on farms are especially liable to _ '
guaranteed for all Throat. and Lung 1
11 : just before the fanatical outbreak of started Saturday in a steam yacht for diseases by W A. Allen and Geo. W. many accidental cuts burns and bruises, Letter and Bill Heads, -
1882. I had heard some ugly rumors New York. of which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
They the
go part
way Fisher, druggists. Price soc and $l.oo. Envelopes Statements .
but I had to go up by train one night by ocean. We will miss Rollie for Trial bottles free. Liniment is applied. It should alwaysbe Engraved and Printed Cards ---.L.. 4

from Port Said to Ismallla. I was the his jovial good-natured manner, but -.- -0 kept in the house for cases of emer Engravinir Color I'rlnlln,!!-,

tF only European In the compartment. 00000000000000000000000000o gency. 25c. joe. and $1.00 at all drug Programs Menus and Imitation, .
as he has never been out of this state
t? Soon after we started an old Arab 0 gists. _ 5. Rubber Stamps Seal Presses, Stencils
I ; sheik leaned over and calmly helped he will experience quite a change. Items About g i -+- Large and Small PowtrrH.. Handbills, Stickers

r fUmself to a couple of cIgars that were Mrs. Harry Sargent presented her When Is a cane-bottomed chair likea Advertising' Oo'eilletl1"ans.; Calendars

I Sticking. out of my breast pocket. I husband with a Rue large baby boy O The Colored People O paid bill? When you re-beat It. Newspapers Printed In Whole or la Part.

1 knew what that meant and I got a sort 00000000000000000000000000 ---- .
last Thursday. Harry was down at What kind of hair did Moses' dog !
of cold feeling along the spine for just Oak Hill fishing, but be bad to hurry Services at St. Annie Primitive have? Dog's hair ESTIMATESCHEERFULLYFURNISIiED.
then '1 caught. the .gleam of a dagger in \
home to look at his boy and experience Baptist church (in Yamaewee Ds.O..O.oO.0O.- .0O..O.OGO0O.OCC3..O..O..O..O..O..OoO..O.O..O..
hand ) on
the of a man to the left of me. I CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL.

.' aid nothing but opening my bag the feeling of being a papa for Sunday as follows: 5 a. m., early Mrs. Frank Chiasson Patterson La., .

brought out a box of cigars and handed the first time 11:30 writes June 8, igot: "I had malaria fever .
prayer meeting; a. m., sermon The Racket
t' o them round. The Arabs emptied the Mr. John Carrows' wife presentedhim in very bad form, was under treatment Store

tor. I smiled affably and lighted my with a boy on Thursday last it ; 3 p. m., sermon by Rev.V.. by doctors, but as soon as I .. ,

"1'' pipeexpecting every moment to be being her fourth one. B. Sanders of Tallahassee; 7:30 r. stopped taking their medicine the fever J. A. ERICKSOIM "

I. .. knifed. They were eight to one and I the Lord's would return. I used a sample of Her- Proprietor,.
Was unarmed. Suddenly the old sheik The remains of Mrs. Joseph Ross m sermon, Supperand bine, found it helped me. Then boughttwo DRY GOODS SHOES. HATS. NOTIONS. NOVELTIES, JEWEL.

reached from the rack a large melon he were brought/ here from Grant for foot washing... Everybody is bottles which completely curedme. RY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSIC, ETC.

bad placed there. Then he leaned burial. The family lived here most of invited. I feel grateful to you for furnish -

across and taking hold of the baud their lives but moved to Grant some Rev. ing such a splendid medisine- and can Agent for the SINGER the best Machine\ in the world All kinds of \
C. F.
that held the dagger brought it into five or six years ago. Pastor. honestly recommend it to those suffering Sewing Machines tepaiitd aiderts fin Lit ltd. J

-'.View, Lifting it from the.unresistingflugeru The whistle at the Gresham fac- FINANCIAL STATEMENT from malaria as it will surely cure Best and cheapest HARNESS in lie Hum 111f
of his fellow Moslem he tranquilly them." Herbine, soc. bottle at all drug city. *PR rrraind.promptly\ )
tory was heard for the first time last S&A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR
slices off the melon. .
cut two He Of the Board of Public Instruction for gists. 5-
r. week. _. ._ '
: banded me one and proceeded to eat for the Mouth Ending May 2, 1903. ]:.
: the other. Then heart a jump The two Port Orange factories are Is In kitchen like a
my gave R PITOLATION. Why a pip! # W8 S f # N&fMft #) '
and as I eagerly sucked at the fruit I now in steady operation. Total receipts during month..........0,824 63 house on fire? The sooner put out the s -

,; knew, I was safe, for we had eaten together. i, Elijah and his two families who Total expenditure ....... .... ...... 2,081 78 better. su IElea3ain.tTO ; : < :.f

. :. .. But I didn't get to Ismallla that went down to Lake Worth three Last Rep., deficit ................... .44,980 17 C : -
., night." weeks ago have just returned much beticlt In fund...... .. ............. :247': 43 NOT A SICK DAY SINCE."I :, !

' y': "How: was that?" Inquired a listener. ITEMIZED BICXIPTS. taken severely sick with kid- .. (. .
1. r delighted with their voyage. But D.P. Smith...............................4,80486 was : :1
, "Because, said he, "they murdered this is D. P. Smith................ ............. 604 OO .1 ney trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines "' ,
W:; the engine driver the stoker and every Elijah McDaniel's last trip D. P. Smltb.............................". 1J3WMO)\ none of which relieved me. One i Q, 'C" T J :I: 0 0 I. ""C'"' :e' I IFout
: ;. other European in the train."-Kansas with families, as the northerners are A.C. Croom. ............................ ]il8. day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bit- .. ; "
: City Independent. about all gone. He has had a very sasat: 68ITKMIZCD ters and determined to try that. After

' good season with his boat. IXPEMDITr/RIS. taking a few doses I felt relieved and

4; I Fred Walton bas gone down to Oak No. To Whom For What Amount. soon thereafter was entirely cured, and i | liqkes .
\ Fmmtf'n Brief Lit. Hill fishing. He will 6WW Hlldegrade Mann Teacher..S 83 00 have not seen a sick day since. Neigh JBeatitjfql foi Boating.
4, One thing Is certain in regard to probably follow 7 A.unhWolseley.! ........... .. .... MOO bors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism .'
that business and remain here. 8 C. C. MoCau 8. D., 4)2) i1bo"ts I {,
.: fame-tor most of us It will be very 9 W. A. KuabS.D.,41.............. no 00 Neuralgia Liver and Kidney o, boqts, Gqqoes fo* 1jeit.
,' ., brief'in: Itself for all of us It will be Dr. Hester and wife left here last 6070\ Eliza Bardwell, 8. D., 41....... ... 35 CO troubles and General Debility." This I
I Lottl Kccles.: S. D., 41............ '.
for their 4000 C. ,
Friday home In Ohio. is what B. F. Bass of Fremont N. $ .
1 transient' in our enjoyment of It. When 1/ VoId... ... ,
L death has dropped the curtain we shall The card parties will soon be givenup 8 Mary E. Pr'ier8. D39'.'........... 1760 writes. Only soc, at W. A. Allen's and No C1qtige. f o# 2l.d.fi'\ission| to t.lOl1qds. : ,
4 G. J. Dyke 8. D. 89 ........... 2800
bear BO more applause and though. we at the social ball and sailing par 6 Edna Willloombe I : 8.D.,88 ....... 4500: Ceo. W. Fisher's. druggists. '
dream that It will continue after 6 J. Mann, 8. D. aa eqs Clqb Ifoqse Open to tlfe'Pqb 1'-i
fondly ties 4000
to beach will take efti
their place. 7 Mann, 8. D..ai: :::::::::..!. 8500: ", ;
,we have left the stage we do not real. 8 Mollle Stone,alary... ........... 8600 What U It that Is queer about Bow-
L' is* how quickly it will die away in .1. i 9 Emily:MOfteley, Baliiry .. ....... MOO era? They shoot before they have .
:t lenee.:while the audience turns to look STATE OCT8 3,000,000 ACBJW. 6900 1 MsryMoI.eodS.D.,22.Mn.;J. L. Bradley.}S. D..,.23.... .,.,.. 60 60 OO 00 ,pistlles. Forties Can Hae the Use of Dinlng-Room and Kitchen, ilth Dishes s,.

at the new actor and the next scene. I The Ieneralland office! at Wash. 2 Ruth Richardson: : 8.: D.:, 6":::. .. 3600 u ,
3 Marvin Harwell 8. D., 13......... 40 00 A BICYCLE.. etc., at Moderate Rates. \
Our position in society will be filled as ington has issued a patent to the 4 J. B. Lockey........ ............... 9001) Terminated with an ugly cut on the ,
- oo* as It 1* vacated and our name remembered -I state of Florida II A. O. Bott. ........................ 5000
for 3,000,000. acres 6 Grace Harwell... ................. 40 00 leg of J. B. Orner Franklin Grove 111. ;
only for a moment except of land in the Everglades: recenily T Laura Law.... ................... 4000 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding < : >
please God by a few who have learnedto 8 Lydia Wlllatowikl............. 40 00 four 17ItOOfl{ .2l.N1 PTiiNO f01f :V"lcilg..,
adjudged to belong to this atate. 9 Mary Btonea..... ...."... ... 40 00 to doctors and remedies -
love .s not because of fame but be- These lands all lie 6980 Viola ErlAan.....M..........:.. .. 4000 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve i """"" "
.. have helped them and done south of Lake. 1 Eugenia Fair 8. D., 9 .. 6000 : T=--
ca. we for
Okeechobee, and include not a E. .Boyd, S.D..S.: :..:..::::::,:.': 8000 cured. It's just as good Burns ; j Refreshments will be on Sale every Thursday, with* Music In the '
them some. good.. -Henry V2n Dyke.POWDER only 8 C. Bradley. 9. D.,8................ 40 OU Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles. 3c, ; I evening,! for Dancing .
the Evercrlades but the a c: .t a .
m&nroveswamp i .n nfl at W.. A. Allen's and Geo. W. Fisher'sdrug j jii -
I 6 Alice Blum i *. ::: :
section, still furthetb; 8 C. K. Rlchnrd.. 84 17(0 OU stores. Nf g/ 3tetftt UIUtl %%%% 1II1iIm< s 8ra % Jj -fl1

The controversy. over the lands I 7 Martha Brown .... 47 OU 5 -_-
I 8 Maude Barren .. .
began in 1880 and has been in pro. 8 LydlaHiobards................... 40 4U 00 CU The name of what character of his ?+O 'OoO' o4ooo+osooooooo.Oooooo..oooooc: 3C.O.oO.Oo..O..O: 4
THE OLD RELIABLE ever since. In order MOD SusIe 40 00 tory would a person mention in ask-
gross to set
1 Luul. CO, coal the
tie the disputed. point aa to whether 8 II J.BOM H.Noble... .. ... 30 4O 40 00 OU fire tag?the Philip servant the to Great put (fill up on the JOHN B. STETSON OBIlfERSI I

the country. is swampy and there- 1 Mame 8000 prate.) This explanation la necessary
fore the property of the- state L. Wbltemaa....;.....".... ... moo: only In Florida. DE LAND, FLORIDA. ,. M(
under [
6 Olivia Fierce............. I. 8Ii 00
the swamp land*! act of 1850 a< survey S 7 Alphonse Christlnlo' ) Jon Hector e ..........I."I.I 3800 DO 00 DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AGE. I IN AFFILIATION WITH : ( -

was made. The result of the 9 J. H. WlfrB-lns : .., DA m fails THE'DHrYERSlTY
r was favorable to the 010 Julia H aker.on'3.D.ii. ..I... lIT 00 It's shameful when youth' OF CHICAGO. .
survey contention 11 O. W. .'I.b.r.1I. 1. 12.! ... 1310lii show for old but
,.of the.. stat,.and. in 18 -1-. the : !JuUa C. Ooborne.>, A D., U........ 60 00 proper respect
T.N.Pwe,8.D.U............... I MOO I just the contrary in the case of Dr.King's : PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOrt WORK IN THE OTHER.
secretary approved the certification 14. BotU Bro, 18. I 1ri1
1400 .
is : J'-P.b:; : New Life Pills. They cut off
: ..
of the lands to the 1 00
t atate. But before Id Mn.J.KItObelf.8.D..ttl.! ...... COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS '
12 IA) "
irrespective COLLEGE
th* patent oould..be.Issued-i! friend 17r; Albert: Frend D. 23..,.. ,.',, i no maladies no mattter how severe OF LAw J(,
IS PeartMaxonSD,25! ............ ACADEMY \ .
S\ 00 of old Dyspepsia Jaundice SCHOOL OF
of the Seminole Indians intervened 'us' Ormond
Brides Co., 8. D.,gu ..... .go /
OBO' Win C. Homes 9 .... SHU ,' Fever! Constipation all yield to NORMAL AND PIecTIcE8cnooLa -
alleging! that the remnants of that 1 f- : ., >'i.r.1); ..' ......... su: this perfect Pill. 250 at W. A. Allen's Bvs1NssCo.N :"
tribe o t i aborigiaees ,wb.i> still remain a 8. H.nklo., wl rjr .............. 85 00 \V. Fisher's drug stores KINDEBGAR'l'EN. SCHOOLS OF Musio ''
j... 1 a E.I'. Knappi Irt. oq deiks ,..... 440 and Geo. AND!. .'ARTOimdu JMWHAT
upon .the Everglade., their I'' U. W. 1taflar lnctdent*). C. .
: 1. original home,would be dispossessed. Nswa Pub, to., printing.I ::::::::: = 05 00 Becauseshe LaW' .t.s admitted to Practice In Florida wtthou"t Ex.mlnatloD ,. IT
B60'tfl.hof cx What made-the tart tart? A k -
... On April;,2d Cotajaiaelone( Rfctaardsvof s, I...L. S. sai.ry;::::::::::::::::: 60 300 DII dld't want to let the baker.bake Complete.All Adequate System and of Correlated work In Manual TralnlnJ. P -
Ch.ndJ.r. Bd ............... .00 Faculty of Instructors. C
th* general'Unkl offtoet set' II. B. P. Kuappe, 114 ................... 1800 her., A Well Selected and Comprebennlre Museum. -
tied the 8000 I L. E. CauleY. W.................. 1040 Over 505gj In
long standing. eontroTersyover. 1 J.J. V'eD' trea.u..r.. ......... .bah Into Your Mho. ** Building and Equipment iV ,
the e tliadar by.certifying to J' J.:U. HibbaM i. PC>Itaa............ fgg -A Splendidly Equipped) OymnMlum. ir,
? Allen' Foot-Case.; It rests tbe feet. _...A Library of over 12,000 Volumes
AboIutI'.WL state'authorftiea
the the fists which t
L Cure. Corn,Bunlon.,InlrlowlnIrNalls. i
w.e.rtlty' that :: _
....r.D. 1'' .f.I $ o !tJ. I oorrect In .y...,. partlou"this stt..i.nt, is s. n Swollen ,and-Sweating- feet. !At' alldruggists I ,Toy:f urthe- *la/ogutloo-addrasr tke President, 4
Bass rsan. ,. and shoe 26c. Ask ,0 :
J. CBAPDLIa stores,
"ca. -
>>.>' ... I.'. "" \<\ '.. ";': ';} ,'r )... aca." ;1'11""' '''', ",ft f-, .. I toda.j" ,.) '. ,;.. 2 ; 4 ,', .JOHN- ..,'.PONM&. .. **. ?.. 0.U)1K rj.i ,-, ;

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