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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 15, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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.. monthly meeting of the MAIL was received In DeLand I AN Immense phosphate deal which
VIDA Z.BAERECKE, M.D., REGULAR
", MRS ...... was held Monday Wednesday afternoon on account has been pending for several General MerchandiseOldest : )
I !" Physician and Surgeon... night.! Present, President McElroy; of serious washouts on the railroads weeks, and in which the Dutton Phosphate -

( :?- Councilmen Bushnell, Flab, Powe, centering in Jacksonville Wed! Company of Gainesville has '
I New York Avt., DeLand!, Fla.. Office Hours: Woodall and Wilson. nesday's Metropolis contained fol. purchased the entire Interests of Ford
.1AI..1I ,to M M.; >*to 4 and T to U P. M.G Established House in the !
After the reading of minutes of lowing account of the flood : & Miller, Ocala has been comaumtnated. City : .

KO. A. DAVIS. M. D., regular and special sessions, business The fearful rains for several days "

Physicianand, Surgeon was transacted as follows: past have resulted in great damage This is one of the largest deals ever DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ::1 1

The clerk reported the collectionof being done in all portions of the city. recorded in Florida and involves the .
Office noun: 8A. M.tolUM.j; 1 to 6 and 7 toSpecial
II P.II. $510.68 in water rents during/ the Jacksonville rarely has an overflow, magnificent sum of $1,000,000 capital. ,
attention to mldwlfey and *c ._SPECIALTIES.i z> ; :;
\w. Calls answered. atany hour. Office surgery.tu reed month. but the almost incessant downpour of The deal will make Dutton & Co. the ._ 1 .!, tiff'

.'. Idence House., Indiana. Avenue. west. of Court R. D. McDonald, the late city engineer several days past has caused the waterin most extensive phosphate operators New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard. 'j' :""rDeLand. : -

reported two taps made during Ho/fan's/ and McCoy's creeks to 111 the world, operating an, aggregateof '

JOHN MACDIARMID M. D., April; wood consumed 18 cords; aver- break from their banks and spreadover fifteen plants and controllng the Florida., "1 :.jif

Physician and Surgeon. age dally consumption!: of water, I an extensive area of laud. output of many more. Of this num- f

A 73,000, gallons. I While the basins at the Intersec her Dutton & Co. originally/ owned '
mineral Practitioner not a Specialist.Omoe iOtOitDIOI414KlIOtO1d10HJItl1S1tOIOt-0hOIO+O10FOIO+
d -- over Fisher's Drug Store. Hours Y to The marshal reported the collection Bon of certain streets were unable to and operated nine and Ford & Miller \ o

} IX:.; 1 to 4 and T to 8. of $60.25 in sanitary fees, fines, carry away the water accumulated I : six plants. The combined ship .

I 1 A MUNSON.M. etc.The thus inconvlencing pedestrians, the ments of the two firms will aggregate DeLand Real Estate Officf ,; ;

t' I treasurer' reported the pay. I greatest damage done has been In the nearly half the total output of the .
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o Homeopathic Physician. ment of $3,179.70 of warrants, leaving vicinity of these two creeks. hard rock mines of the country. The ;

,, ,t4 Office second door south of Fisher's drug stortU balances on hand as follows: Uogan'a creek, in the eastern por- firm of Dutton & Co. own and operate So"U.ses:: :For' '
r ,81'
Fire and water. . .... .'. 349 68 yesterday afternoon but early this through the proaphate mining .1

JH.) W.3. TAYLOR Bond interest ._ .. ..... 1,697 98/ morning the rushing waters In some section and practically control the City Lots Residences ":
for and output. ,
--- portions spread many blocks .
Surgeon-Dentist. \ Total cash on hand .$2,051 42 'several houses were' partially sub- The general offices of the company and Unimproved Property. t '\ '
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Office over FlaLor'8 Drag Store. DeLand F .. The president reported the appoint merged and the occupants water will be located in Gainesville; the officers >rr r ":
bound. in the sub. will be as follows: President and '
ment of the following standing com- Gardens eastern
JAMES B. ALEXANDER, mittees: urb are absolutely ruined, and thousands general manager, C. W. Chase; vice- Property of Non-Residents Cared For ail Taxes Paid. '
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H. F.
resident,
Dutton .
Attorney-at-Law. I WILSON, of dollars worth of property destroyed. ; secretary J.

Finance .... ..' ... {-j UCSHNELL, G. Nichols; treasurer \V. G. Robin- -, .t r.
Practice in State and Federal Courts.
Will
t Offices. Rooms 1 and ( Fisu. ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT INJURED. son. The members of the new company Land sold for Taxes redeemed. :1'J.
LAND FLUKIDA. I FISH The loss sustained the > it Is understood, will be H. F. ;. :

\. BERT FISH, Streets ..... . .... .. <( POWE.WILSON city Is greatest at the waterworks and by the Dutton, Sr., C.V. Chase, J. O. Nich- IE&. "Wetlier I ;h'-

ols, W. G. Robinson and H. F. Dutton -
BUSHNELL electric light plant. The waters fromHogan'lt L Abstract Office. between Post Office and Bank. ,
Jr.The .
Attorney-at-Law, Sanitary. ... .. .. .. ... {WILSON, creek last night came into ,
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(WOO consideration of the purchase KH-o K>4o i o K 1 CH+I 0+p 1Gl O.I 0+O i o F.O.FO+04O.10A
*ALL. the these
Practicing in all State and Federal. Courts. park surrounding plants, tf[
',"lvll' or Criminal business given careful (\Voq, LL, and in a short time the artificial lake of the Ford & Miller Intererest is not
attention. Fire and Water .... .. J WILSON, known, but it Is believed to have beena .,
r was lost to sight. All the tropical
JAMES W. PERKINS l(FISH.POWE, plants will likely be lost. cash consideration of $300,0< ). POLICY WILL DO L\

Buildings ...... ... .. .. {-j BUSHNELL, The greatest injury has been doneto : .
STRIPLING something almost wonderful f .
and :
Attorney-at Law. ( WILSON. the waterworks and electric light GETS HELP. cer \ .
band of the taints highly satisfactory. \1, r i ;
I The
POWE plan dry dynamo
Solicitor in Crluilnal all a courts Court within of Rf the oo State:d. Will ft practice b'lort Ordinance . . .. ..-j\ FISH Is completety submerged, as is also Judge lK.iry 1', t'umitltell, Retained inCase It will raise money from the ashen ss\'S' J i

r t I lida. OlBeeTlVer Volusla I Cimuly Itsnk. ,)( WOODALL. much of the machinery and Jacksonville against the 'ush. of a burned down home or store. It 7., a+. P ;
Bills were audited'and warrants From The Tlmes-Cnlon, :Slay 10. will pay many thousand per cent on 4'
L06IA COUNTY will be In darkness to night. It
Y ABSTRACT:! COMPANY rawn as follows: Judge,] Henry: T. Campbell, Judge of its coat and enable the holder to re '
may require several days to repairthe ,
' + .. B. WILSON, MA iAOER."blltrIlP / Watts & Miller .. .. ...$ 17 98 damage. The people are warnedto the Circuit:: Court of Tennessee, has build his residence or to make a new A '

111 'V> fucwRhed and titles perfected Payroll city officers ... . 195 00 for lights tonight and been a-mifned! by Attorney-General: start la business. ,

t4" ? .' ,t._I t/T D.Land.Fla.L oiusia County: Bank, Supplement ..... .. . .. 28 75 candles prepare and kerosene/ will\ be in great Knox to anaiit the prosecution:: in the FIRE INSURANCE u a J ""i"iIs

r ---- J. Wetherell ... ... . . 5 00 demand case of the United Slats11.. Helen l ,

Bf. Volusla Bank . .. 15 74 Vilm.HH-t I'ost .
/ HUTCHINSON County Engineer Ellis Informed the Metropolis C. I' Post and Charles not a speculation ; It's a necessity.
r 'Publio. H. D. McDonald .. . . .. 8 60 ". F. Burgeuian, charged, with fraudulent Permit 41w 0r71 ""_l dill
Notary that It will take at least furt:) us to write you up a policy.
3. A. Dreka & Co . . . 56 65D. UHC of the; malls\
" eight hours, if not longer to get the
b-- Dealer in Real Estate. L. Wick ham .. . .. .. 400 electric light plant running again. The case In !set: for a hearing before SILAS B. WRIGHT, DeLand, 'Fla,

r foi W. A. Allen & Co .. . . 245 Judge! Locke on May :25.!: On account
attended to
Taxes paid and assessments The water in the fire room is fully a
non-realdenta. 1).0<1. Fla.I J. S. May . .. . ... .. 20 00 ot the .::ou'pllca character of the
i foot and a half deep. -
Volusla County Record- 5 00 case and the length of the indltments, -
On Laura
street, near Orange, wag-
Electric: Co . . . 104 17 the
Light
-.:.Htorlley'Uencral: decided that w o a'fl aa- Ir
; E T. ALLEN, M. D., PH.D. ons and other vehicles could not pall, o' o o.e e-o .a O' O o.O fl
I E, Noble Newspaper Union. . 800 the iOCal officials!: would need assistance .
and household goods in numerous cottages
Oculist and Aurlst. VI. A. Drlggers! .. ..... . .. 13 60 were considerably/ damaged. at the: trial. There Is a possibility Have You Got It ? OOj

G. E. Berry. ... ..'. . .. .. tt 30 I This/ condition Is the same in all parts however, that the hearing may ,
DeL ud Mondays over Allen's Drug Store Wm. Best ,... .. :. .. 19J75 be postponed as the attorneys for
Orlando Wednesdays, Lartiguu's House f>fthe city where the /ground is low.A .
Ocala Thuiadays Monucuma At 9 p. m. the council adjourned NOVEL SIGHT. the defense have made applicationto We have "an ax to grind; have

Gainesville Saturdays, Drown House till 9:30: Tuebday morning.All the Supreme Court of the United
While Uogan'a creek, with Its mad, you? Our object is to have you
members were when States for writ of habeiA
present a for
rushing waters, has caused a /great corpus the of deal-
appreciate advantages
council: reconvened Tuesday Mrs.I Post.
'" morning. deal of damage and resulted in the _.
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THE \ Cop nne Open A communication was read from T. ing with us. You will fully appreciate -

WINTER D\. ....::;;:, Summer A. Knight, of the Starke Telephone greatest financial loss to the municipality for' business, and as shoppers were it when you have tried it.
-........-- ; the severest losses have been water bound there is very little business -
HOME Exchange! promising to begin work
sustained In the end. McCoy'screek
west done In
being of
the
And solicit the patronage, of the traveling on the DeLand exchange within a few for any part city. Ieliable3osseshoeirig.
the demand made
publlv,also parties at home deslrlnic board. weeks. through! While the city will be In darkness .
TRANbltNTRATtS S2-OO PER DAY land in and near the railroad yard, tonight Chief Vin ant will have extra :
Large,Cool Rooms and Good Table.J. A communication from E. H. Hayward : I has been contracted until the stream men on duty. : \ ,,,
.. E. COEN. agent for L. L. Fisher, with reference under ordinary conditions extremely
The bridge crossing creekon
: to a leak in the water service McCoy's
narrow. Today in some places It Is Myrtle avenue has been washed BERRY & KENT
TURNER HOUSE, for which excess rent was over half a mile wide, and car tracksare away, and this morning a negro driving ,
charged read and referred
was to
submerged and great damage! has a team of mules thought the t NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.
-op. ALL THE YEAR- the Fire and Water Committee, with
been done to the properties of the
water was only the andend..avured
aud Florida. Avenues, over bridge <
;: Corner New York power to act. .o.-o-.o..o..o..o. .o..o..o..o."o..o.o--o-.o-o-oo--o- >
transportation companies. The trainsare to The mules .
D..Land.Flortd... cross.!: were '- ---
Location pleasant, healtliy and homelike ELECTION OF OFFICERS. all delayed. This morning the pas drowned but the 'negro driver managed -

JUt.. '1.10 per day Special rates bV tht For city engineer there were only senger train from St. Augustine;; could / to swim to land.
week. E. D. Mol.lIOI 'rop. two applications-Scott Hodgklnaand only reach the viaduct on account of Immense washouts
are reported on
EMORY
R. D. McDonald. On roll call all the track. being under water In other all the railroads entering the city, (IJ

BENNETT HOUSE, voted for Hodgklna except Councilman portions of the yard. which will cause delay I In all the -.1

MBS. u. If. BENNETT, FBOP. Fish!: who voted for McDonald.H. ROW BOATS ON BAY STREET.!: trains and the expenditure of thousands -
Stevenson was the only applicant of dollars to the OOLLEGE.:
Florida. Bay street, at the intersection of repair damage. e
New York avenue DeLand
for the of marshal.
position city
r Bridge/: street, presented a lively Homes on Leila street, In Brooklyn 'f
to *3 week
Rates. fl to $a'per day; $5 per He was elected unanimously. ,
- scene. Hundreds. of people !gathered were creatly damaged and In many
4 Special l rate for families or for season.__ There were four applicants for the to witness the destruction west of Instances the water stood two or three 1836- OXFORD, GEORGIA. -19O3 '.

: H. C. HAVEN position of night watchman. C. Bridge on Bay. Hackmen venturedto feet on the first floor. lt ...

Kreamer, E. B. Pooser, Geo. Hutchinson reach the terminal station but At 9 o'clock this morning the water I

Artesian Well Contractor, and J. M. Brown. Two ballotts their horses were compelled to swim, beneath Hogan creek bridge on is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section .
were taken each of which gave Poo- and all efforts of this kind were aban- Main street had reached the high
Dealer In Aermoton Tank tier 3 and Kreamer 3. The matter of OXFORD Georgia where there are no local causes to ,
r, ... and Pumping Machinery doned. All the stores near Madison, I watermark,being a rise of about eight/ t
electing to Pooser"wa.then will continue to make
a successor The :
feet. sickness. College every I
{Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. Lee, Stewart and Johnson streets, on sl
t DeLand Florida. postponed, thus leaving" him as West Pay, have sustained a great There is no way to determine! the effort now, as in the past, to send forth young men well furnished, txY..

4 y the "prc ent incumbent. loss, and rowboat carried people to loss to the transportation companies in physical strength, in mental training and in zealous Christian 'I
A city Board of Health was elected and from the terminal station. Many and the wholesale merchants, but r

BLACK SMITH as follows: Dr. John MacDiarmid. shopkeepers and fruit stand proprietors leading,; citizens who viewed the destruction character. (
B.Fudger, O. A. Dreka, and Ward hour this morning estimated the Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B., and.B.B.i. .
were busy!: at an early to. / k
-- Gould.A day carrying their goods to the second damage at $250,000. This does not Include -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk {in, lif.v,<

r. AII kN SHOF special water rate was ,grantedthe stories of the various buildings/ the loss sustained by householders After the Sophomore year opportunity is given for election.of '
"" C. P. F. M.school building, so longas / this in various sections of the d'a
much laved In city. .
and while was way studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes.The I
I kind of Repairing used for school purposes only. The will
i .- a considerable amount waa submerged There likely be an ice famine
Promptly aDd, at rate l is $5 per year; excess water to be ?
and will be a totallosK. for the next few days, as both the Ice
& | ooable Price paid for at regular rates. houses in Central Dining Hall, \ will offer !icood food at actual cost not to.enwe,, J
VIADUCT. now operation are partially
NEAR THE eight dollar per month. Furnished room are let at one dollar per month for eaeh
t -BOSESHOEKGASPEGIAITT.SCO1T Council then adjourned... Great alarm was felt relative to submerged/ and unapproachable.*' lodger. This>stem Is under the Immediate supervision of a member of-the''''_II! -

1 the condition of the viaduct. The A mule belonging to W. S. Ware ulty,who asalated by competent and experienced matron. (In
}HODGKI America consumes ninety million structure bal not been considered safe was drowned in the stable at the Refrigerator ft
tons of cereald annually.
for some time; and the rushing waters / Ice Works. All necessary expenses for the college year way }l.) broughtwithin'

Nqthtng.bas .ever equalled it. 'Deafness) Cannot Be Caredby of McCoy's creek striking the founda At noon today several draymen attempted $175.00.FAXiij .

Nothingcan,cvcr_:: surpass ItjDr. / applications-as they cannot reach the tlou caused the... ructure to Shakepergeptlbly.7 to reach the 'terminal station u I /
diseased portion of the ....r. .here 1* only :he hyacinths are,banked but before they reached Lee
oue to cure deafness. ,and that Is by ecustltutloual BEPTEMBL"S ?: ;;
1', way "'mudl.... IKmfnesa is caused by about the foundations?I, and the icene street the mules were compelled to TERM Ox-Ws : ., ..a1 '
an intlauied condition of the mucous lining ox' '"
the ttustacblan: Tube. When this lube laln- Is one never before witnessed in this Iwlm ...... '
_._ King's.uryt Seined you have a rumbling' sound or imperfect city. .1'r mC' over the viaduct ,has Numerous boys went In batnTBg onBay

: Deafness hoartngandwhen the result,and It la unless entirely the iuUammatlon closed-, been suspended by the city authorities street, near Madison street, and For catalogue and other information, address +;g

.. stored to caa its normal bw taken-condition out ad,hearing,tlua.tube. will r bedestroyed ., .,Cart upon the:varloaav tracks loaded seemed to enjoy the sport, notwithstanding .9$; :

.. forever, nln"eases out of ",.mare with, ,.freight cannot be reached, and' the water was by ;
w..v."I PrItt. no means
Preside;
For caused by CatarrK,wbloh la nothing but aaMidamed James E Dickey; f
i Ii' III'
tt: j.II, + uonuitloa of thu wuppus 841ryl_ in! :.many 1nlliauCeI;: the waters have Inviting. ; ,
will On Huudxwf Hollars for ant .. .
'Met? 1For l1'hroat'.Dd''' .a.w We of Des give(w t W+uwd by"tu'b) ,bat cabe ,,- reached.tteaoor.tUuslnjurlngmi4cUcontained :: }'ammatt's wood yard is under water, "+,1

\ Q'gpgplest t Wl'O\IiI cured OJ' Hall'. Gi&url1 UU"1e114r ; frelgl. this eln.'j and the ,product of his mill It now I GEo1RGIIA.r : ... J,,
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H '1 t704 ,1 Emptoyel rettl41IDi' quar, floating over various portions of I'
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caoy of the Orange City proposition. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo" 00000000000000000000000000 0 0g . . ,

The1eLAND7E'SPYBLZBUED : For this, it has been said, he News Notes gg | o .

EVERY FRIDAY. was promised a "contingent fee" From University 8 I Orange City| PLEASANT TO USE. :

of $250. Whether not o o o i-
or such a 0 (0
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DILAND VoLOaiA CODHTY! 00000000000000000000000000ALL 00000000000000000000000000Orange
deal was actually made TUB: NEWS Your teeth will be more attractive (o
lovers of good music should City. \May 13.-Mr. John
-BY- cannot state. White and Mr. James Walden droveto (e from using a good stiff brush and a .)
the concert given by the
THE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY: : reliable dentifrice and from in
care (o
j ( Apollo Glee Club this evening lathe DeLand Wednesday on business. 0)
Incorporated.)
The world's fair at St. Louis next auditorium. The club has been work- Mrs. Gunn, Miss Nettleton, Idles Co keeping the teeth clean.

: ; CHRIS. O. CODRIJJGTON year will cover 1180 acres. The ing hard for several uonth, and will Fanny Trowbritlge and Major King-

;. Business Manager and Editor. buildings will cost, approximately, no doubt keep up the good reputationmade man all left Palmetto Cottage: Fridaynoon We Have Brushes of Reliable Bristles :

() last year. The club will be sup- for their homes: In Connecticut.Mr. .
: forty million dollars. St. Louis/
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Subscription Kales. ported by Miss Nellie Fletcher reader and dentifrices that clean without
; Mrs. True left Friday for
::4 One Tear.......$ 00 alone will expend twenty million and ,
I IMx 60 ?1r. Roy Brown, baritone soloist, and Penaacola to make their daughter, : injuring the teeth. You '11 be better 'l

.' When paid In ailvaoco. Whoa not paid In dollors before the gates are thrown Miss !Miller, pianist. Mrs. Arthur Stlllman, a visit. They all from of these.FISHER'S..
over use
advance add 50 per cunt. proper
i Of this a e
? open. amount $5,000,000was will be /gone two weeks.
., ,':(.' Entered in'the postofhce at DeLand Florida for the fair President and Mrs. Forbes ent ,r-
appropriated from friends of Mra. i
J1. : .. IMCODd class matter. talned the graduating classes of the News cornea
through the municipal assembly: Bolt, who spent the winter here, that
Law and Music
Advertising; rates furnished on applIcation College, Academy, _
Citizens she Is not expected to live. She went .
, Address alt Communications, unit make of St. Louis raised $5.000- Departments-nineteen in numberat \ ,
check or money orders payable to I lie con 000 additional) by private subscrip their home last evening./ Tomorrow home too early, took cold and bad the j
paoy at Demand Pla. grippe. Mrs. Bolt has spent two win- .
p tion. By popular vote at a special evening/ they will entertain the '
made -------
ters here and many warm
.; FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1903.: election the charter' amendments twenty-two graduates of the Business friends who will regret to hear thla
College. Furniture and Hardware Store !IVIII
--- ----- Orange City
were carried which will enable the I 00 sad news.!
This is conundrum If it take ,
a : city to expend $10,000,000 for Prof Sharp Is sufferlng.from a bad Mrs. Herrick had a stroke of paralysis \ sell itooda cheaper than ever before to keep from carrying' ",: stock over through the sum
a column and a half in May for Ben street paving and other im attack of sunburn, which lie got while Saturday. Dr. Munson of De- mer. Uooda delivered at any; Railroad. Station nth" freight prepaid,on all ordrs of '

Bolt to explain what he wrote inr provements. public out on a sketching trip. Land was called, and he pronounces It 'l0Uoorinoreandmt PRICES; AS CHEAP AS CAN BE BOUGH IN( THE COUMTY.A J

October, how many columns will i it 00 a very critical:: case and gives no hopeof FINE SELECTION OF GOODS TO SELECT FROM. .
--- ---- ---- WM.
'r i take in July to apologize for his CAl'?. KIOU AND CAPT. )3A.R. The fibbingid very good now in the recovery. ._._. __KOLMAN..
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akt= around DeLand and of I -- '
April tool remarks? New York Journal, May B. many Mr. and Mrs. White entertained A -

ir Determined literary efforts are I the students and faculty take advan- few friend. Friday evening at cards. 00000000000000000000000000 o 0 Trains on Orange City Branch. .4
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, their of the unfortunate of Captain Kidd, an enterprising for Eau Claire, Wis., where he will Volusia Coutity0000000000000G000000000000 ange City Junction with Atlantic
agitation Mrs. H. S. Winters. a graduate of
Coast Line train No. 35 the trains
.' navigator who flourished before spend the summer. o o ,
and Stetson Univer- Stetson has returned to her home In
blackguardly ,
',he trust era, and therefore confined Mra. E. A, Hill left Tuesday mornIng I operated on the Orange, City Branch
sity trouble. The editors have Jacksonville after a short visit: with known as NOt! 3 and 4 will 'on \
!
himself to individual effort. It iso for Jacksonville on business. She THE following history of a western run

"caught on" to the fact that the be said on his behalf that of her parents In DeLand. expects to be away some time. manand hlssuccess In the II tbe following schedule commencing
Q .
$
; he took stockraisingIndustry shows what Monday, May 4th, 1903: ,
rich man was paying handsomely property : a thoroughly con Mr. Fred Graham and Mr. Calvin a ;
After a long struggle'! tbe membersof clear No.8 Leave New .............
ervative view, considering It sacred conscience, and an active mind Smyrna 8190: p.m
for the DeLand part of the agita. the Oratorical Association bave Sperry took In the excursion to Tampa Arrixe Orange City............i 15 p.mArrive
when once it had been ] be. can accomplish In Volusia
safely county. Grantee city Junotion..4JH .
tion; that it is all caused by the voted dispose of Its funds,one-third this week. They expect to return No.4-Lv. Orange City Junction .....435:: p.m
towed under hatches. Devout ashe I Less than 20 years ago a man came Lv. OianguClty..,..... .. .....':116 p.m
*i "love of money," and have turnedit was industrious: Captain Kidd going to the Ke + Club one third to Wednesday night. toVolusia| from Suwanee county,driving Ar. New {Smyrna .........."......a.uo:: p.m p.m
it lose like hot brick. The the Stetson Literary Society, and one- Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. James 'cross p ,
himself In He
a agita- regarded ) as one of the / country an ox team.
third to the University. Walden and slater! Mrs. Hovey, Major What title belongs to a soapdish ? 'i, I
settled In
tion here by certain persons will agents< of providence to whose con- I the scrub between Oak flU Companion of the bath. .'
the millionaire trol all valuables afloat were committed 00 and Mrs. Brenna, Mr. and Mrs. Chla- and New Smyrna, and with the hum- U'
continue as long as Owing to an Irrepressible desire to holm and little daughter, Miss Vida,
'
he could holdof ble start of his
provided get only ox-team, went Why ia! an orange like a church
pays for it. And when he ceases to them, thus anticipating Captain enjoy the fresh air of the campus after all Wednesday for their homes in Into the cattle business. This man steeple ? Because we have a peel '

.k pay for it, it will stop. Baer's well-known doctrine respecting the retiring bell had rung, a large Connecticut and Massachusetts.We baa! raised a bitr family, and today from it.What. :
number of the residents of Stetson are having a good deal of cloudy .
--- the divine right of those who owns 6QO or 700 head of cattle. Thllman's
Hall can be found Industriously study- weather lately and some rain. Tbe sort of men are always above I
The thriving little town of Zolfo, ulrendy have to reach out for what name Is Edward Clinton. He board Chessmen.
ing between the hours of 3 and 5 rain la acceptable, but we would
k'- on the gulf, wanted a newspaper, ,others possess. Captain Kidd, when p.m. very is the father of one of the defendantsIn a

and was willing to for it. The placed on the stand, neither refusedto 00 like a little sunshine mixed in a little the late Packwood murder trial. Why is.a kinglike a book! Becausehe
pay produce books and papers at the The seniors in the College and Law oftener. has pages.

.' people of Zolfo appreciate the' fact order of the court nor to answer Departments are busy with their Our Euchre Club met Tuesday evening Clinton was arrested a short time .

& that nothing advertises a town so questions l lest he might incriminate I exams this week, while those who are for the last (time this season. ago charged with altering/ the markon A What's the only nut without a shell? .

:' well as a prosperous looking news himself; but he was hanged notwithstanding -' not seniors are busy getting, ready. for !Miss Nellie McCormick and Mr. Fenn a yearling1. He seta up the defense doughnut.

To the establishment : a precedent not without theirs, which come next week.A won first honors, Mra. Brewster and that the mark: was altered by a''
paper. encourage
influence upon the conduct of QQ Dr. Robinson the consolations. dog. Clinton was,given a preliminary Medicine
r of a newspaper in their town, Mr. H. S. Leavitt drove to DeLand Spring
some of those: in the present age to new proverb for those who haVe hearing before Justice J. P. TurnerIn

the merchants and leading citizens whom he stands in the relation of I more than", eight cuts: "Better to with Mr. Win. Kolman Tuesday morn New Smyrna Wednesday.. The '(were Is 110 other season when good

i pledged generous patronage-and A moral ancestor. have bluffed and flunked than not to ing on business. state was represented by Solicitor mi diclne Is so much needed as in the

the paper has peen started. Out- have gone at all." L. B. Smith, Sol Brown, A. L. Scott Perkins and the defense by Judge J. Spi'ing1.

IROUBLK WITH TIll!: L. II N. Q Q were registered at the Freeman House Lee 'McCrorv. Clinton was placed
merchant voluntered $15 worth ol The blood Is impure, weak and
Fiom the Tropical Sun May 9. Prof: "Mr. -, what is the reason this week. under bond of $250 for trial at tbe condition indicatedby
six
.. r:. advertising per month for It looks: like a fight to a finish be. that you have been absent at least Wednesday morning -The doctor next term of Criminal Court. Impoverished
: months and others equal or lessor thinks Mrs Herrick Is pimples and other eruptions on the
tween the Louisville & Nashville: : ) one day a week: all term?" failIng.S. Clinton Is 65 or 70 years of age.

amounts. The people of Zolfo an railroad and the Florida Railroad Mr.-: "\Vell, Professor it is just -..---.-- face and body by deficient vitality,

made of the right kind of stuff. Commission. In another column in this way: your course Is so hard and Turn Harris, a son of Editor FrankE. Game Wai den Kurtz on :Monday arrested loss of appetite, lack of strength, and

They should and will succeed. this issue: appears an order just issued thorough and takes so much time for Harris! of Ocala, ia now conductoron John, George and Will Lynch, want of auimation.Hood's .

I by the commission bearing on preparation, that by Friday I am the DeLand branch. Mr. Christie white men, on the charge of Illegal Sarsaparilla
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securing of receipts for railroad fishing!! by catchingsbaU from tbe St.
ij Pensacola ministers protested played out and have to rest. has been transferred to the uii.in
' : fares. As time pauses: the struggle Prof: A hem! Your absences are excused line. Johns; out of season. All three pleaded and Pills

i against Sunday baseball playing becowes more stubborn and therefore sir. S CS guilty before Judge McCrory and
Make the, blood vigorous and I
I$ excursions, and suchlike The under bond of $50 pure
cock-fighting more interesting. commission e e were put each for

hf diversions. The sheriff stopped has bad more trouble in securing The May issue of Collegiate will OLD ENGLISH HOMES. appearance at the next term of the rich, create appetite, give vitality,

g; them. The liquor men and sports obedience to its orders from contain four extra pages, a large! Th. hail Wu.-the-Principal part- Criminal CUrt strength and animation, and cure il\

of fif- the L. & N. than from any other number of Illustrations, and will havea I meet In the Middle Ajes. all eruptions. Have] the whole family '
"committee
then organized a railroad operating in Florida. That fancy decorated cover. The speeches Amid all the luxury of a modern s begin to take them today."flood's ;

.,?,_ teen" and proposed to enforce the company has shown a remarkable of the visiting orators will be given, Louie it Is hard to realize bow our A Biff Crowd if Affiliation .U Hot Sursapurllla has been used! In 1

||, Sunday law to a standstill. The resourcefulness in discovering legal and all person desiring extra copies An II.Suxon ancestors lived lu what Severed.To our family for some time, and always: with
methods of now would seem a condition of utterdlscomfol't Walter D. DeLand thecommissiozfs Fulgbum Fla.
1p circulation of newspapers was pro. avoiding or staying should apply to the business managerat : -
Comfort was however, down and got a bottle of it, and as usual
DEAR WALTFR Just
think
mandates and only of that
hibited, the street cars stopped, once. gradually evolved, and the! present article received great benefit." Miss BZULAM
this week it has defeated tbe DeLand sayingthat
eomluillsiou's s paper we ran
chicken, egg meat and oyster mar deals with tile time when a refined BOYCE Stowe Vt.
orders of 15 down the institution when
: we
April requiring came
WILL ALLEN condition of domestic! life was Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to
: AGAIN HONORED.
kets, bakeries and confectioneries it to reduce its passenger rate first beginning/ to assert itself. back. You know It Is all a lie. ThereIs cure and keeps the promise.WATCHES .

: were closed-and a good old Purl ((row four to a three-cent per mile lie Ii Prmented With a Finr PastChancellor's In this connection it must be remeni- not one of us who has not praisedup

r ,;:;tan Sunday was observed for the i oasis on and after May 1. When JURY tiered that! during the middle ages in the institution/ ever since we came l

--- first time in Of course !rived the l'ailload i company was Jen el. England there was a general revolution bick. We have even gotten up a

,: manyyears. prepared with an injunction granted From tbe Pensaoola, Journal !May\ 5. in society. A new class had lately dandy crowd for next winter If every.

: the law does not contemplate thE by Judge Paidee of the United Past Grand Chancellor. A. Allen, sprung Into existence. Feudalism things turns out all right. .
of these affairs but the had been destroyed and the middle andlowel'
cessation States : !
Circuit
Court, restrainingthe who served the Knights of Pythias of NELSON L. BUCK,
elements of the
population were
sports wanted to enjoy the disoom- enforcement of the order. The Florida during the past year HO acceptably rising. University of Chicago,

forture of other people-and they I Uailroiul Commission: Saturday aa: their grand chancellor, Is With their social betterment came au Chicago, III.

4- enjoyed it to the full. -prung another little rfqniremeu'son in receipt of a large/ and beautiful Improvement both In house construction p

the L. & N. in the shape of an Past Grand Chancellor's Jewel, pre- and interior arrangement. Narrow What is the difference between a

;M Bolt in lengthy order requiring it to show cause be- sented to him by the Pythians of the I, streets were still the order of the day, woman and an umbrella? An umbrella WATCHES .
Ben a
explains <
.- fore the commission on May 11, state In recognition of his valuable sadly out of keeping with our modern you can shut up. ,
editorial last week that he didu'tknow why it should not be required to service. Ideas of sanitary requirements, while -a \

what he was writing about erect a freight passenger depot at The jewel Is a large/ and beautifulone the bouses were chiefly of the "half Subscribe for THE NEWS befoie; ,
. timber" kind, some of which bad the leaving for home-91.00 U ,
per year;
But Ben doesn't tell Oliver station, and establish of ,
j ) last October. agen- gold and silver and will be lower story of stone and those above, months, 60 cents. ;.
John B. to cies at Ponce de Leon and Deer- properly engraved/ arrived here .
: ua how much it cost each projecting! over the one below m
him the instructive tuition land, all on the line of the Louis- yesterday and tbe recipient is justly consisted of a timber framework filledin furnished with tapestry; and In the have
give Fine
ville & Nashville railroad in Florid proud of it, especially because of the with bricks. It was a picturesque middle was a table with a bench on WE a

which *o greatly changed ,hlsj opin -p donors. fashion, but It did not provide sun each side. There were also a cupboard. and --------,
?7 ion. The changing of opinion is nETHER HEAD NOR ALIVE.! shine and air. II or "butch" with side tables. one or two meet

something for which Ben is noted. From the Penaacolu Journal. Fish Fry at Hlers Lake. The rooms were usually small and chairs and perhaps a "settle." Chairs competitionnot ,

He has been known to come out "The authorities of Itandolf county Saturday, May 23, there will be a dark. The ball was the principal pub- were still comparatively rare. Buffet I any
lic apartment and remained the only stools were generally provided, and \
Alabama confronted with big fish fry at liters lake. Of course excepting
are catalogue
a
flat-footed for three candidates- part of the house unaffected by the these.commonly bad a hole through the
1 to the other-- puzzling proposition" says the Savannah moat everybody knows where that Is, growing taste for domestic privacy. middle for lifting them.-Home Beauti '
each directly opposed News. and want to invite all friends prices.
"Two weeks: ago we our The !general arrangement of this very ful.

5 in fifteen days. This was when Miller Tom Barth, colored, was hanged atVedowee from DeLand and elsewhere, especi- Important part of the house la made Our -

:1 was running against Dougherty. the county seat. After ally the young folk. Everybody la requested apparent to us In such pictures a* that APHORISMS. own guarantee

;- -: Ben hard worker for Miller, being pronounced dead by. physicians to bring dinner, unless it U of the "Hundred Men's Hall" at $t. amounts to some-
was a ,
;: Cross, near 'Winchester.Aa Promptness 1s the soul of bu lnesa.-
Barth's body was cut down the boys, and of course the girls will : i
and could nothing too mean. the hall the usual of Chesterfield.A .
'f c say and turned over to bis relatives to invite all the pretty boys to dine. was scene thingas we hereto
are
domestic festivities It was considered mAn's best friends .
Ben's political are his ten n.germ.flobert .
: about Dougherty. be buried. As the body 'Jay in Come and have a royal good old time, to have for
necessary a gallery Collyer.
friends were surprised when he des state: ,' to be viewed by the curious and see who can find the biggest red- musicians. Sometimes this gallery occupied Little things console us, because llt- back it up.

rted Miller came out in a slrong negro population, some hours after bug. The young folk can have a good two sides, though usually it tie things afflict ns.-Pascal.

and unusually gasbled editorial and the hanging, there were signs of life. time boat rowing, in the afternoon.In was placed at one end, opposite the The two offices of memory are collec-
A physician, was called restoratives the forenoon our famous fishermen, dais. In large halls the fireplace was tion and distribution.-Johnson. In your Holiday thoughts let

advocated the election of the"populalP" Mere applied and consciousness was Henry Finney, John Chandler, Jr., still In the middle, where there was To see good In a heart that seems them revert toWa -

_ :;* ira ker, Charlie Dougherty. ,,The restored in the hanged man. A dayor and tbe Bennett boys, will be out long constructed a low platform of stone of evil Is to beget good there.-William A.

1,. 'Bugle had taken the Miller ticket two ago it was reported that he betore the stars go to sleep pulling a kind that may be seen In an old cut Henry Phelps. Allen A Co.,
representing the fireplace In the great
r masthead and placed the was able to sit up and would prob- the fish and turtles In to beat the Fire and sword are but slow engines As they are well prepared to
,'t" .1 9m'ita! ; ball at Penshurst, Kent.. Large Iron i
band. We of destruction In comparison with the meet all problem. "4
Thia ably be well in a week or so. Now bave a good many who are andirons, supported the logs.
tl Dougherty ticket in its place. dogs or sHT Every statement we make
babbler.
-8te le.
the officials in doubt to bit willing to fry the dab in
are as ) -one partlcu- In some parts England they were is also guaranteed.
-slisted.*" only one week, however as status under the law. The official papers hr. Mr. Hatcher, get your pan bot called "cob Irons." A group of ornamental There Is love, and there Is justice. .,

".4the.zrk' ; following saw the Miller duly attested show him to be a and your apron on. COMMITTEE. fire Irons of the sixteenth century Justice Is for onea lfulove; U for oth- W. A. ALLEN & CO.
R. L.
ers.- Stevenson.
:. g&hi-at "the' head"of the dl- dead man. Being legally dead, tbe la most Interesting. Often an Implement
\,'." flings officials doubt that they bare a*r'gbt Ivey McDaniel, a negro, was arrested placed beneath the firedog was-- The shortest life is long enough if I ).
and the dirty
column, It lead to a better, and the longest life
( to re-arrest or re-hang him, and by Sheriff Turner on Saturday used. for moving logs.
yetthe
Is too short If It do not-Colton.
t- I
; J the "popular ,Cracker". .we.o-- fact remains that he,'is alive, for breaking and entering section The walls of the ball Were usually

__ In about two weeks more, whereas the law decreed his death" house No. 2 of the A. & W.' branch of _--------

the Uel' ticket'-w..flag ain taken "\9 '"" the F. E. C. railway, near New Smyrna. ,

4 ; wsil' made \vbla I tbe letter' 'lIi thi face Ofllamlet'sfather > McDaniel was given a preliminary rGrove's .
,,1' X town' and th foutth :flop 'Tasteless Chill' Tonic ....' 1
Y Because it Is more hearing before Justice{ J. P. :

p & this one, .,campaign: During in sorrow than in anger. Turner of Smyrna, committed to I has stood the test 1
25-811'I. Average Annual Sates One I
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:"' ,..t.1''.1,.work t" ,fight J : iBestiwatf.o, ....:: ,"Wen .is; a Scotchman like a donkey? await the action of'the Criminal I bottles. Doe this record of merit appeal to yoit? No Care No 1 I
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Capital niiil Legislature.Tallahassee Of A GAME High LifetOiltflnal.J PrOP $ Men Dine on Horseback ,In..,aNew

May II.- The county
superintendents of York Ballroom.
public Instruction [Original]

of the Beveral counties assembled at Otis Lawrence nnd I were chums bofora Mrs. Vanclerdecker, AX hose residence One of the Recor 's Many
Tallahassee last week In force and his marriage and continued) to hodMuns tip
Is In tho [ulazn. New York relict of OATS KEPT THE STEEDS QUIET.
went home supremely happy, the con after his iimiTln>(o, although I Vnrlck Vandortleckor who begun llfo Articles of Last Fall on

stitution amendment ti! raise the contk< -*">Kliie greatly disappointed( that
making n patent ineillclne. niul ended udirector
millage limit from 0 to 7 mills having Uraco Ilorioix married' Iilui histond of University T rou 11 e. ''It Great Apartment In Sherry'* Transformed )
.
of half a do/.eu hanks not being R'
1 passed both houses during the week. 1\1('. That hU nnirrlnwi'" did not break Into n 8Iran Scenw Far C. .
nblu to her has ,
nngllilimalil
USD an l
The amendment(] will\ now be submitted! oil!!: our Intimacy was! ,due entirely to eyes t? The following1 article Is taken ver K. U. Dllllna-H' Dinner to Thirty-
,
to the people at the next general Otis, who was ignorant/ of my nttiuliinent who while 111"'I4HIIIhl'l'/ mistress batlm from the September 20th() Issue "'J? three Gue.t. C ur>.. Served OBTil ;t
for tho woman lio inairled nncl 1roiild hair, 1 Is 1 e.Npectud to Inform her of the
election for ratilication or rejection. of the Uel-iand Uecord, which In now \ Me. At Incited Saddle*. '.J
not turn\ mxay his Invltnlloim to nocl.il news- lu other xxords 1 tile gossip. I IThlrly.thrlo
few bills both house. devoting nearly all I Its space every << \ horses _
Very passed t : blooded saddle
be n fl'p'lllI'lIt'I.Iltol'' : to Ills house. Day of HID day. U his w na the I'oeol" for f"
last xveekjand' became laws by the ly dny 1 grow Irritated\ Walnst/ blm.Otl one day! Listeek.. \.i/ week to a villitlcatlon of the same (/ pawed the floor of the grand ballroom .

signature of the governor. .. had ono wfiiUiic-ss "a piMHlon for "Oh ma'am there's been such a scnnfhlll president and trustees so highly/ commended i.rt.f i. of Sherry's, In New York, the other "1Ilght.

All or most of the Important; bills gninbUng; not that ho \lsitod (ho roRiilar AH 1 society 1 Is 1 tnlkln' about It." ) In September. An Intelligent! ;f.' Hnug..t.ln. horseshoe formation uIn .' .

are 'still In the hands of the commit gambling/ houses, fur he illd not, ""Well begin tit the beginning. 1 always :fJl public Is capable ot judging/! the "rea ;\ the flplll room thl'ly.thl'l e men :

tees or have paused but one house or but ho playcil nt homo IIo[ would gatiler like to hear tho trllk's nbout those, t sons" for this flop. The headlnp,:! and .1.1tq dined 111'ltIl of fancy horseflesh, says .

the other. n party of friends Hourly every nlgbt.nn ; ull'alrs. if not I don't half enjoy tlioBciuid.ll } article folloxx', In full: f.tt tho: New York World. \:
The calendars both houses shoxx Itself." l'SUiUlOl'SLY'ISIIU.'I'U.: The dinner xvns given by O. f"Hillings ,i:1\
This hlH xxlfe did l not know. Sho xvna ?
considerable congestion! oxer 700 bills aware Hint be phioil for money but "Yes, m'm. I'll begin at the 1.beginning. f.' \ In celebration of his election ".

have been introduced in both home*, RIII'IO..I.tl.
of which' the House has I'M to lu Otis l grailu.illy lolloctod nil 1 sorts of 1m- joung) Mrs. Homier--'eiwho been under 11.1. Pulse In Kxorj: I'nrtlfiiliir. and by It the millionaire horse owner
credit. The total number of bills lu plemeiits 1 1 for gaml.ilhig. li\e and t"'I'III-'II 'er second! Itt? \ wins the Boolul laurels that are reseixed _' :
both houses at the last. sessionvai- One .Saturday, afternoon' In June ns 1 'u hlllHl -the (list not belli deud neitherstepped \ "At the meet Ing/ of the Hoard l of td.t :\ for those who give society a ..;

.., 778' ; it will be seen what an enormous xvas about to leave my oillee, for n hnlf -"' \ Into Sherry's'" for u bite of ,.t Trustees Friday here Thursday the dilliculty evening' at andall the {(!.t''F. I new Kensutlon. : ,"
I'Ilw't"JI\ It'll lobster luNexvburg day This horseback dinner In a second' :
holiday Oils dropped\'\ In and toM me luncheon n u
amount of labor Is still before the \ ; University" patiently and exhaus-: td
and had ordered 1J In the Sherry ballroom Is the "
that ho had bought n ronlotto table. a CI"1111UWI'I1I1IW lively\ investigated and renalted in a story
Legislature. It is safe to thai /
nay U'ould I go with him tiiul *<.'<> the bull / when u gentleman: come Inniul l complete vindication of Ur. Forbes.There ... !':I unique affair of tho S"1801. casting Into "
the sum total will reach between liofl/ Rpln? Ho 11I I..h'l.. I J lelded. took 1H"Jlt at a table near b)'. ; were twenty out of txvc-nty- the shade all tho "monkey dinners"

to 1,000 for the present se ..lon. On roncbliiK his hoiisi I' we vent to Suddenly their. ejes uiet. \Vht should 1 t:'. three of the Trustees actual'y! pnaent and other effoits at novelty In the way

All or nearly all purely'loc.U bill what ho called the IlIwldllI'oom./ divested .11 \ he be but Mr. Koblnxon '1'1' former and Ihe Board has In Its number !':\ of entertainment xvllh which society

j have been disposed l of, with the e.xception 1 our' elvo'' of our\ coats 1 and ,'p ts.lIhll'I'IIII' 'unhand dic'sscil In the height of London ti1 some of the most distinguished men I/'f-\/ :\ has tried to nuiuse Itself.At .

of the Jacksonville! cbartei ;: I;: ami Hat down nt the roulette fashionfor '" 'ad lixc-il abroad! t.To J lu The this and tleciilon other of states.the Hoard U I received f.j"r!\\j jI midnight the nC"'I that the dinner -4

bill, which will be a stumbling. block! talile There Is something (fasclnnUiig hover' Nlnio I Ihu II\'UI'I'--wlth! 11 buttonnleru with the utmost pleasure andiiatlsfaotion xvas tlldlg place nt Sherry's became 1
\ ; In watching/ the little ball 1 xpln In his coat ami look In' for all the I ; hnt.l'I'1! .xpel.tt that the
lor weeks! to come; each of the Duval :t \ by the .ptopltof l DvLnnd,
has disown bill with rapidly round for awhile, tlion begin/ world 'aii-oiuor than everanil xx hen t.t' and the whole matter xvlll be Hn.illy scone xx'ould bo In Mr. Bilngs' new
delegation no to coquette' xvlth the dillerent pockets. he went abroad" ho waa I sale) to be tllo'IInH"UIt't ;'Jf likelihood of ;ui agreement, and tin In :New York. You the to It Hocret. It was the ambition
rolling townnl one, striking point\ aminc.irly man .1':, While the rumors xvcre current kp"i
opinion prevails that no change! of being/ knocked I Into another know II\JI'u\ II., :Mr. Homier is 'slgnltl-- ... \i' coiiildence; and the high ei-tecm held, \ of 1'. Hillings to give his clubmates

charter for Jacksonville! unless] I verj' \polsod. for, n moment on the (',Ig'<' .01' n cnnt looklif mini with no groat( money on the part of the 1 IVLand. people. In"r. ,., the most. memorable1 dinner that had

'J' strong pressure is:: brought/: to bear. Ihlid never flI'UIII111110;: HH iholco till neither, ami 1 ho\erjbody wondered .' l Foibes were never shaken stood!; they \ jet been oaten, 11\11 lie, did It.

, A bill for a geological survey of the tho excitement of the watehers' has when Mr. Itohlnson's: x\lfo give up her ]loyally xxhose and life iniflhirhlngly had always been ideal by a 'hp thirty-three hoisos were taken <

: I state of Florida] parsed the Senatebut ; reached fever heat. Otis wns bunker.Ho 'u>lllllllli for sa"Ii person.' t\IIi1.1. man and an adinlrahle> example for a person Into Sheny's In sueli 1 manner as to ':

... failed in the House. won all\ the money I linil about mo; 'You don't look a day oliler, ,' said \\.l l holding/ the high/! .o"itlonlhi.t: he f. attract ilie least II le I 101. Brought .. ,

. I '. A joint resolution In reference to then I began to gho him due bills.About Mr. nul,11..011.1"111\ )'01Iltl three ti1; "CI. This result of the investltr.itionot I two lit 1 time 11'01 I fashionable riding .;. .
1 o.t.I..I( added/ these amounts years nsjo: xxben my heart was lacerated .f:. the rumors, as unanimous\ as absolute academy they were placed upon the
Judge Charles Swayne of the northern and( found that I xxas bankrupt.: nt ?h'III' you II....' ] as ]positive as It xvas. was no surprise lv.lm !\ passenger elevator on the Torty-fourth .'' ,

district ,of Florida, has passed It was plain' to mo that Oils hud 'Don't IV mild his l wife. 'No more \ ti> the /people.'of n T..anll.th\ mt. : street ..1.11. hoisted to the second story Qt:

both houses. Judge/ Sxvnyue Is sc- /grown frightened;: nt my largo bets.He do )'011.llt"I.t.. 1'011'IIS always my t. : almu..t I an nil I nk'ht's session and all ;h and totbeied In the ballroom. Then .A"_

verely criticise' and it will no doul had a xxlfe nnd, n clilld. and If Instead fancy for looks.' 'I.'r.-:, the next day until 0 o'clock xvlthoutIntermission of I I the pn'partitions beg.ni. Haeh, horse

result In his removal from the bench of tho I.ink having broken me I "C'ome. come," Interrupted the listener. ;.r.; ;' men who came, this here tnnneiit, nt the reqm-bt body of II.: :\ was ptl"lpl,1llh, a vvhlto quilted satin j r

An amendment to lengthen the bad broken the bank, 11 would haxobeen "You can't put In I the talk of ladles i# Dr., t'oi'ben' to Investigate these ru- r. \ I saddle and bll.lle. 111.tlg'lle and

term of tax assessor. tax collector terrible., Tho (ires of hell were nnd gentlemen. Uet on with. the ;'1 inors, went Into every detail, made a bhouldet Imtiifiims In gold 11111 wle.
burning\ wllhln \me. This man had deprlxcd btory." most searching Inxcbtluation anil ';,' gll'st1" designated, to his place J.Ench '
and treasurer for the several conn tn'm. Well I was sayln. found hot scintilla of evidence to his lotteieil, In the
( me of the woman upon\ \\ bOIll I "Yes, ns one rf by name gold on
ties has passed both houses and had sot my (heart, nnd. noxv he hail taken m'ui. tho compliments began/ to tly I hotween i"l oven baHC a charge/ upon, and this 'I'. cantle if a sndille. In the center of

awaits! the vote of the people] at the every dollar possessed.\ As n 'em besides some explanations .<' vctclicl the' verdict lit Home of the the hopieshoe fonneil by the nnlmuls :

next election. ,droxMiliig: man will catch at a straw I Iran as 'iidn't come out \\'hen they x> as asepa most etiilnent men of this country, is! was 1 :'lound of green, 1 sin'mounted byu !

Senate 13111 No. 204 to amend the my hands through,\ my pockets and m tin', and \they sat at the table for t\d\.1. accepted The Uc-I as..and 1 absolute people and heartily final. conprat I mass of flowers. The grassy sides ,

charter of the city of TJcIVxml, is In felt a coin the, sl/.e of a half dollar. I 'art' the aftoiuooii.. Mr. Itobinson ordercil -* ttl u late I Dr. I"I'I''CI'' :: on this iin.inlnious w.: sloped elf Into a hiwn, which spread to -

second reading In both hoiii-es:: xxlth a 111'0It (from) Its place ami In doing sodiopped a bolllw of champagne know: 'In Ii"/: '/ Indication and enclorsemeiit t, tlie liur-cs' fore feet. t
faxorable \ It, anil< It roll"il under n 101l1l e. that :Mr*. I lout MM* wns vel''on1\ of it, for as long as the rumors continued! ;i The astonished tllHl.tI beheld a se'uI
# report. I arose to get It. and they drank to the 'upl' >y days when I',, there xvent with them a rellectlon ''lo ;1 of i'n nil bounty. 1111 1'001 had beentransformed

Prominent Volusia county people} "Xexcr wind" snlil Oils. ""'hnt was they\ xvns II-COIII'III1' and 1 before the lady \\ii'1'! upon himself upon the position' he 0 b.x use of "' 'I'lery. :,I!'
at the capital l last week were: Uev. It?" got to fllrtin' Ih'Ht xvltli ono unil afterward 1.:1:; iicciipien I lu the Unl1'81\\', DeLum>
T. J. Sparkman, Hert Fish O. J. Hill 'Tirty cents, I believe." with aiiolher till I she got down "t- and! her people.The ( real grass" Into n hi of open country.Beside E

A. T. Patlllo and Charles Dougherty """I'y well; It's:: safe. :Make your to Homier. Then Itoblason said ns 'ow ii) gloulnlle! umors:: have done (/ each horse was a ..1t1 upholstered f ::1.
: the University no harm as our people 'r,
-- -- -- ,,---- bet." 'e'd dr.ixv the lino at Homier, nnd there I..t,, feareil would, be the result. More k'fil mounting box, fl'ul which '
I bet the number giving the highest quarrel an wasn't. made up. the diner In the caddie xvus served. Aboard ,
Lhlll:.;' in ("Jliiis lIou",'''. on was a htiuK-nts will be here next week than f.D.t' \
ret in'ns. The ball spun around I. 'Y oil used to bo t'oml of curncoa to xsrre exer lieie at any previous opening fastened ntlixvurt the pommel of :
A friend sends THK; XKWH': the following dallied here and there t then dropped wlml up with dear-1 beg, pardon, Mrs.Itonnor' Si and the I'nlvurxity vi-ar be>ondtlouht f'' ;! the Huddle 1 served( UK u table, und that i-jt '

clipping} / about students of; Into my number. From this on I had\ 1 HIIJH Mr. Hol.>III'IolI.Yon't ( 1 Is assured the best by long ''dcUit :: .,(.f. the steeds would not inrvet or prune"?" '' ,. ? J

\ a Chrlstlau church: and a 1'aptUt\ an astonishing" / nni of liKk till I had jou "axe one?' .? lias ever hat!. or shj' anil HO spill, uriivy or sulad 1 "t-
church school, with the suggestion won back $!IOU( of my losses. I \plajodon \ 'Tho very thing.;:" ""rsll's.:\ Bonnor."Oxv :;J The members of the trustees present t'Iil : liveried groom stood at each horse's .

that the Social] Purity Society; of DeLall' the hick continuingwith me. )Dinner rOil alx\'ays did knoxv my taste.Thero .. / at the meeting ]last xveek iclent xxt-rc I'hlla-: f.f.r. head. ',!
.lohn U. Su-tson, .
pn
take up the matter and, seel If: wns! /announced but \\"elnl\ no attention I xvas just (,join* to call you by :;J tlflphlii] : S. U Wiltrht.! Hocntary: Ue-! P: Meeting at the apartments of Mr.Hillings .
to It. At 11 1 J o'clock I had regained the old pet iinnic'-"Iflnllo., \ II. A. DeLancl. raiij..rt, "I ; In the l'thlrllll. the thhtythrec -
they cannot clear thinga! up better In \\\j; Land l: lion.[ | :
Missouri than they have In UoLand.: all I bud lost bcililos: a considerable 'This I Is tho ''apple' moment I 'uvo N. Y.: Kvv. !David :Moore, 1 1). i'., Genex.i. ';=' guests xvore driven, to Sheny's [
sum from 011>1. lie figured/( ( his "nd In t three j.'iirs,' aj-s: Mr. Itoblnson. I'!F.I N. Y.: KPV. R. S. Mr-Arthur, D ": uud seated at it provlou-ly 11''plret .
The clipping follows] : losses anil, In a tl'1'1Il11111111"0 announced '1'11I'I'nlol\ I iinulo n ml..tllim.I. ort. .: j) n.ew: Yoik N. Y.; Uev. \\' N. r.,, banquet board on the ground floor. "I

COLLEtili; GIRLS tJNAni.i: TO I'M Mil that they woro .yj.uuo, or nonrly Youxas u model 'usband, nml I tried, t.t i'haiiiluin. D It. l.aOranFa./: ] .: K.O ;, Here, a first course. of soup was 1 nerved.Then ;

HOPE LADUKR.( I $1IMH more than lie could< possibly you xc-rj' 'aid.. Itonner can't VIp mo "t!1 Painter, DdallI..I"la.; James. { :1'. Killings 1'0'1 nnd ex pi'eased '

Had Gone Hiding!: at Night: with Male pny. I h.i'l hl'olwltill! 1.>11111(. with my costumes, as j-oii COli 101. '11 i J Turner, 1 Levyvlllo! 1':11.:!; ; H. M iiexciis: l, f. 1 1I. his tlUI'I'U\ Hint. he uus nimble, to "
J. !
1 DcLanil.> l-'la I'.r-v. Thomas S1J.lrk"h
Students, but Could .,Cot Secretly' The revenge: I had coveted now that 'nsift the harllstlc. (' 'u you 'nve.' 1IlY' ]DeLiml: Kla Thrndinv C. { ., tl.tall tils cluliniatosiit a novel "i l !
man, ;
Ileiraln! Hooll]>I. It WitS attained suddenly turned 1 hitter.After "They clasped 'mills. under' the table, iJ! Search, I'lilladIphi: \, : : .1. T flake: f"" us Ill had Intended to. He blamed: theuexxspnpeis t-:
The the first ,!xl'lIlnI10l1pllt of nud :\\1.\ ... lionner's: eyes xvas wet." UeL.iml.. t.'I.I.: Itev William II. :.stoxxart Tor hpoilliig his, ..suipilso' by 'j
Mo 27.- i.
Liberty April president realization that I had suxcd what Ipossessed "Th it's right) Slmuions," reiunrkedMrs. 1'"-P.1 1 >..r."I: ; (iov.-rnor; Wll'iaui' S.Jfiinmirs 1i. 1 telling the Htory' of Hie horseback, dinner ,\

( of the Liberty Ladies' College, .1 : won all Oils hiul and placed : anderdfckcr.) "Slick:; to wlmt they ,.1 Tallahassee, Via. Frank .1. 'j he had planned, to take place at his .::
Christian church: school, jiimounccd him In the position\ I JVUA in when 1 1fotitiil did not. what they said.! You spoil the 1' JUII0!0 don] UcLauil: :'tla'tJr 1 II. U.Flelcher. rI.r. /"; new stables on Washington heights. ,
today that sexeu students had been the half dollar a l'I1'ullol'nUlo story xxilh their talk." / Jark>>u vii I... Flrf.; H. I.'. ". .< "I've h..1 forteil to call the affair ;

suspended:: indellnitely.(] ] Siinultaneou over me. Ho was l my frloml and bail ""',,11. in'ui Mrs.' Itonner nr,..ked Mm l\V\ t'amp, While Springs, 11: ; J. U Law, off he 1<1 II. Then he proposed that ,;

ly, the president of William: Jewell never In.lIll..1 me. I hail lox-ed the 'ow long '0 W'I'olu'/ to be America, t. ;"1 DeLanil Tli ; I';. II.tinstees"IIUun.represfiitid.lyttJI. 0110.by "i. the,party hne: the \remainder of thedinner ,; i
girl, who was bisxlfe. nnd his cblldwns nnd '0 MII! Id as 'ow 'u wns golij' to sull111I1'1. : only In the ballroom, where '-_
]] I-t institution
College/ the Icadn13alt! /\ } 1 ; |'r >xyxere H. Ii Moody, I..ak. City, tl'Y
of the West,' announced that bis. devoted to me. Nexortholoss; 1hflil In two ,111 'H. as *e 'ad an Invitation ti.i Arthur O. llamlln, He Land 1 and! Li j ion i : would 1 enjoy gl'.U ler privacy.That .
ruined" him /and ruined bl.s: wlI'e1111I1 to visit a noble, lord, at '18 country 1 K. Uuntley, Batavia, N. Y. *\ there wns surprise when the\-\ 'f
men students had been suspended ,,
young/ child."Otis. '011>1" and It xxoiildn't do for 'Im to beaxxay guests beheld the array of horses Is expressing ,
three until the end of the ." I salil "", lIpn I had lost nil at the liino, as 1 'Is socl.il \position ;,\ Y / It mllilly. While they won I

term, and three Imlellnitely. this afternoon I foil ml a half dollar, la I.uiinoii ilcpiMitlcil upon 'U belli'there. :{ po Hillings glovxod xvtth pleas ,

Shortly after the "lights{ out" belt, with Nxhlcb I retrieved everything and Then Mrs. Homier cried""Simmons ', -"" ..-_"-,..."-,-., .i'..,..-.-,.I....".'.. 0'...I"'. i Ll.,.ir"l. .-..._. !;-- ."':' i d"I'pI ure. 'fl 1' (" equestrian pn sts entered -- '

sounded In the l.ulies'; college]] /: oi.e l-roke your bnll I.. It rolled" uuder that : ," I xalil I the inlsxrest), "I belle plioiie I Is jet: In Its liifnncj1 n'ncl t'hilt fully 1110 ( he spirit of the nlrnlr, anil,

night/ last week a rope ladder, which 1011 II"e. Lio and 1 Hud It niul sen what vo )'IIII'I'e in.iklng:, this. 1111 up." within half Keiu-rutlon It will bepossible > soon the llrst bniniiet] In the saddle ,

hail been smuggled/ into one of the you can do xvlth It. My opinion that "No'iu I hain't. I got it from :Mrs.r.onner's \ for 1 A merit'a ns to talkxltli wns In full swing.I .
there's! : rare luc!. In It." iiiaUl[ who's a friend of I And \vhlie ,tho guests nte so did the
rooms, was hung out of a xvlndoxv and friends 1 hi } as a transatlantic
.. Ho went to the lounge, got down ontho mine." I"'le. horseshlle the courses were
down It six girls went, to be met hj floor, found the [piece und brought "tJood gracious; !" e\cl.i lined Mrs.VaiiclonlecKer. telephone ) I question of u fexv served fl'ol tho mounting' I.> b'll/tl

six William Jewell students. After It to the tn hll'. I noticed, a curious 1 expression "How nervaiits. tlo repeat years. lcctrlenl Water I'luiler. dishes w hlch wore" secured In holders i;
a- buggy ride, which continued until on his faco nnil turned my .
things! Electricity: has put the vvluh hazel on the saddle tnblox I the horses I munched "
after midnight, the girls sought/ to eyes from It to the coin. ]It had rather' "Thi.-ii Mr.\ Itul.>III 01l1\I'fll.c.l'18 wife togot wands and other methods of determining outs 1'1'01 indivliliinl, satin covered

return to their rooms by the same I th look of german sllxer than the true n divorce niul marry '1m nud she the e of vx liter under .
white metal."That's Bald she would!, but when they come to While the eloetrle motor Is rapidly\, 1>'l'8"11' ground Tx\clvo served then tho
rope ladder, but were unable to do t>o. out of business, sa.vs n "'I"hllgIOI dispatch l'OI'S"S1'0 ;
Forced to ring the bell they were \ no half dollar," snld ptis. think. ns 'ow she'd 'nve to live a year r.'plldlll all other met hods I of power to the, Kansas City SIll I'. No: longer tables. wore removed fl'ol the pommels
c. "It's n cheek for flOIII.>thlllg." Da Kola nlio couldn't herself transmission arcl distiibullou.lue to '
called for explanation and In bring xvlll the man with his and the guests loiu.iii-d oxer their
upon
jui It was n check for an umbrella that to tnko tin: trouble specially. as) she'd Us gl'ellll' economy, eleelile, power : walk about the t.1\1111J the 1'01 cigars lu the* l"HI\.t, IIIhll..s. Speeches
told the whole 'story even to the 1I'Io wlIl\I' ,
[ hud carried for n week. I had regained never been a d.iy out of l".w"ol'k society I when used as a source, of lii-'bt I Is still ; twig/ to liicllno 81"lel followed, mostly laudatory of Mr. BHIlnus. -
name of the seventh young woman fortune\ and won Otis' fortune It cruel] i towlll :
my In 'er llfo. Wasn't ui'm midnight the diners werestill
regarding I have
at economy IXperts
a / neaii : :: patented \
\ who pulled the ]ladder after the vnlneless. bit of metal. We be i tIII \'ulltn\1 'Iu''nll'J
.' up on a that the poor' things/ 'nd to separated Charles I'. Stelnnieu In Hlectrlcul I a < I which Is more In the saddle.
) descent of the others and hung It out stood looking at each oilier while tho Just because the law's so delayln'T"Mr. SI"S World and tt That Is, Ito, 'IN.t.lU than c\\'e hazel wands. I The Ilquestrinn: club elects a president

:for, .their return. truth wns breaking over us. His fortune I Koblnson: '0 called a close carriage I InjllcN' ". Its l iiecdlo to .show vibrations oM-ry two J"0111el'Mayor
begins UIIlltU.
rule electric I Is ex 'wl
wns his own ami ho xvns entitled and the two went drlvln' through as a Io\l'r IO'e und the It ( be stilted positively that ( rant xvns previous! prpsillont

to 1111 ne. the pink with the winder shades pulled pensive than ens or kt'o""II. I. thero 1 Is 1 water'nl beneath.Telegraphy I When a now president Is el< et'oJ.
Is dim
Tho remembrance of that moment always OWII. Wasn't It axvfnl m'ui? extensive use'of 1lltl'lc light dinner, nnd there is
In l'er.l.. I UI.tI'e a an am
gives me great satisfaction.! [Instead "That evenln when Mr. Itonner went rather to Us greater convenience, reliability :
RAILROADING on the of ouch newly elect
and cleanliness tbnn to its The telegraph lilies in Persia:: are"farmed" bltol l"l.t '
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of experiencing a disappointment for dinner 'la wife wasn't there
ome president, to > a more novel _
by one family, the head of 1 I'O\'ht }
follows from the fact
Ibis
." I felt n pleasure. I preferred that Otis and when she did como she wus verymuch economy.' who an'air than that given by his predecessor. :
Is Mukhder-ed-UowIah, "
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wlfonnd that the efficiency of producing, light |! "hiIl ::
should possess the 1II0nl! His flustered. K: knew bj- her lookssbu'd .
; Jtr. J.'J. IIHl Is economizing on theGreat child would share It xvlth him and been doln' something: wrong and frv>iu electric l power Is extremely loxv ,1 I pays the gO\.I.llellt about $30,000 a Surely :Mr\ Hillings Ims set mark .

'". Northern railway by the use of ns for me I xvaa young anil xxotild dou 'e spoke. to 'er 'nrsh like. She belli'th''d b'lo10 per cent In the most rlllcteiit : year for the xcush'e prlvl<>ge. The that will be to beat! a
three sided rallxvny ties. Each tie la ble my efforts to retrieve DIY los>les. / of Mm and rattled over 'avln' to carbon nrc lamp and ROIOlilll1 like 3 telephone s"r'lee" 11 by a company I hnl'l '_

twelve Inches wide Instead of eight There was a grate In the room, and part with 'er 'usbnnd mean her real per cent In the lamp and of Russians and Belgians, the I 1"
Appendlcltln Prom Him .
four Inches more the Nernst lam ,. Is obvious, then I Soclete Anonyme dc Chemlu de Fers. et *
ihus covering space Otis without sppnklng.11/ tho I 'usbund-on account of 'Im picked up [ I A Rtartlinrf theory luia been advanced ,
; and its more economical cutting saves due ollls both his own and mine took a silver platter from the buffet and that If the efficiency of light Tramways en Perse.N I that appendicitis be Induced ; <

." ten feet or 1,440 cubic Inches of lumber. them there; then striking n match he flll'eIt at Mm. Then there wall trou tion could be raised to ;;\.prOtlUe'j w Nlnnrnrm enterprise. modlcino niny by
water that liasi
or
'. lighted them. When they were burned ble In tho family and no mistake." half as high as that of power From Canada the news comes that drlnkllJ In
If from the beginning American lie came to mo with outstretched band "Which family" asked Mrs.. Vander- tion the electric light would sweep the Mackenzic-Pellatt-Nlcbolls syndicate stoot some tll. n class veflsc',8Y. .
..railroading three cornered ties had saying: decker. ever other lllumlimnt out of will pny $ :.0 a year for the the 1.01101 (orrenpomlcnt of the New ..

iff been used,. tho lumber saved up to date "The game's a draw old man and "Both of 'em." : ence by Its greater economy.Pomilbllltlea eXlst-j privilege of developing electric power York Worh. This theory Is a nequel J ,
the
:.;.. .. ;.would have been about 2,447,028,400 It's the last game that will ever be "Well?" of (lie Future.In at Niagara; with an additional fee per to ( discovery has that glass 1 r j,
". cubic feet. This lumber tho saving played In this house and the last time "That's the end, of the story so far as addressing a public meeting In horsepower, amounting In all to $80- not In'lollbip. ns been Oln' 'I l l It "

alone, if stacked up solid on the side of 1'1J[ ever play for money." I got It from the servants' 'all but Schenectady, N. Y., Professor. C. P. per 125boo horsepower. An English! meJlcul journal proved-' '

'. ,. Madison Square Garden would says Breaking up his gambling utensils what's coma out in tho paper this i Stclnmetz "spoke' on' the '"Future Possibilities i'o I II by obspr\'uton nnd expcl'lmEnt' ,that <:, I)

j the ;Now, York\;. .'L01'ld", tower nearly ie Bluffed them In the grate and while mornln tells 'ow It ended." of Electricity" and Bald that I When Ballooning llearan.Ilalloons pure water Ilf In I glass bottle for :I;

four miles Into the all', overtopping the they were burning we went downstairs "lead It." the success of wireless' telegraphy were usod millions of years some time wi ho found to conhvr

K highest mountain in the L'ulted States. to a good supper. I 'Scandal In Mgh life The outgoln' .would In the future prevent any one before man Invented, them, lays Dr.Dalllnger. small percentage. of IlkRlanl
of silica.Japnaea
It would plank over aU-nhode Island I tried hard to Induce Otis to take the Cunard steamer yesterday took the from being completely Isolated and Late studies have shown deposit ,

\\f fs' an Inch and a half 'thick. It would money that was due him, but failed. '1 I wife of Rochester Boimer who eloped that by Its means arctic explorers that the long glistening threads of gossamer 'o t

'cover every houso,. street, lot l lake, Years afterward I managed to enable with Albert Itoblnson. 1\(.... Donner would be able "to..communicate with seen In fields on early autumn Mothers rturrMSuriIt '

ewamp, park- and vacant field In the him to make a similar amount In a I r wan formerly the wife of Robinson I civilization and thua prevent any more days are due to splderllngs, whose first. U expected will that a cougrcas '

Greater New York; with six Inch coat I i business deal but at that .time I was and was divorced from him three years expeditions being lost and silk Is woven, lu to balloon baskets In mothers soon 'bo organized |j "
of solid lumber; It would equal the I flch. ago'to marry Mr. Banner. Society la I would also be. generally perlblng whlclr' they' float"awny. They cut or pan; and'some of'the pamphlet*"

timber product of 16,000,000 of the best I Our friendship; today Is like steel.WKSTCOTT l. I I greatly shocked.' I war. 8 that an opposing force (could extend the threads trolling from these" lishod.by the Anit-i'lcajuf juot1

pine trees ttutt aver grew:: In the eastern 1 A W ANNE MAUD DA.VEY.'ftrfii I Dot cut wires' and thus cut off comileUadedJthAtJb balloons a. tbe'pr8Uf of the ataiosphere -' already baon translated" Into. ,j

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bodies us spores of bacteria and the D11111. J Dl1l1y. STATION I Dal1,. I D&Uy. _.
CONSTIPATiONConstipation From In the fertiliser spells quality I In Interstellar finds
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we will send you > of au Increasing' number of scientific 8 to II oa llit 2 I

frtt by next mail, men. T. D. A. Coulterlll In a let. '" 0001'I it a of II'z '
1131. a '
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure our money winning ter written from LOll Vegun N. M., and : rlr38 t.U a 11 fOp CD :0: .

i Cured Me. books. printed lu. a London scientific paper Ic: ..45J' iL .P C Zttaa

1 ia nothing more j GERMAN KALI WORKS.ti suggests that these ruljjht/ be carried ld: .I 80p .lOltia..bt.Auguotlne..S. .... ... 5 I.

I than a clogging of the bowel One per < every four has a weak heart. Hassju Street UI by atmospheric or perhaps by electric ta: D.:>> : '"
7 :
and Unless .ly treated a weak heart will Maw Y.rk.i a i : i- fj; :2
nothing less than vital stagnation currents sucb as produce the aurora. Ct C S 12 : '
1
otoa-m' ,
easily b diseased heart. A little '"
or death if not relieved. strain fr. a extra so far as to allow them to escape z a.... 20 I' : I 'U... i ,
i is sufficient
It sufferer any cause to bring on z Ii. 8001' I 14
4 every constipated this deudly malady. the most Into space. 'Commenting on this sug. _
t common cause .c.c.c SlIp a
could realize that he ia allowing of sudden death. Dr.> Miles' Heart Cure will gestion. Sir Oliver Lodge says In the a: -to 0211' 1 Ii p.Bunnells..4 a p -. rI
: poisonous filth to remain in his tone up the heart's action, enrich the blood z_ IOp 2 01 a Po"'O
number of the
: system, he would soon get relief. and improve the circulation. same journal: zw. ;o lIp I a Sp ::II.leI ...
invites all kind of "I suppose It not impossible that the OaU I' S 10 .29 a nJot :
Constipation "My trouble began with catarrh and I have .
lOp a
contagion. Headaches biliousness always supposed it caused the trouble I have /A'F.' dust of space may contain lite germs M > 11 to p .S a
r' colds and many other ailments experienced with my heart. I had the usual ; of some kind. I do not think the suggested 1IIC000IIC I U. a 2 II' &&nuuen

disappear when constipated symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite constipation bombardment by electric corpuscles .,( UI. 1J 25a. I r '
-'- __ 1 011 a p ...
bowels relieved. Thed- palpitation cf the. heart shortness z_ .

_, ford'a Black-Draught thoroughly I ot breath and pain around the heart and ender n ._______ __ _ sufficient cause though electric 0:0.:: I-. s IIUII1 lBs p p 11l1alll ilSOa :p..ilt .
left arm. My mother suffered in the same repulsion might sometimes act. and It 1001a =
811 lOp
cleans out the bowels in OZIt.II a O. I
_d and natural an easy 'I way and I suppose mine was an inherited NOTICE OF APPLICATION KOU TAX has been suspected that the earth may ..J ii: 48. I' iQIJa 11IIIC.J .
without the It. .
manner
tendency. At one time I was in agony. I DKEU: UNDEIt SECTION OF OIIAPTKK have IItlla p 10.8. ,tII
faint tall In
a a but such .
cometary no
r' of calomel SlIp.Cocoa..1.
purging other vio- i
or suffered so severely! and became so weak .( :t811a .I p tOIIl.IIeI;
; k lent cathartics. that my doctors said I could not live thirty 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. action Is needed to account for the existence C. ".'III..l 8 lIa t .1 p 19 14 a O..

.1 4 Be sure that you get the original days. At this time I had not slept over two NOTICE Is hereby given tbut R. T. Butler of cosmic dust of any kind." t- en 4 8.Sa 8a p : Ua Ih I rWlil
I Thedford's Black-Draught, hours a night on account of nervousness. ". ol tax oertincuie No. t 11111. .'atttt With the living inhabitants of the 4tSa 0100. ax -
The least the. ad day ol July' A.U. halo tins flludnald /
such
, exercise. as walking about, Id '
e made by The Chattanooga Medicine earth It. i II Ulla .a S aIs.
Co. Sold all would bring on palpitation and fluttering of i'ertltlcate In my ullloe and, buii. wade application continually re-enforced by immigrants I- 80111 .4p SOIaJ ii ml

: 25 cent and $1.00 by packages.druggists in up the everything heart so severe and that rest.I would Nerve have and to Liver give desedbed.lor Said tux certificate detd p.op..rIY81tUllltdIn to l luauiIn Liubruce Hiioordttnuuivlthluw. tho tulowlntf ,- increased out assurance of interstellar of the space perpetuation there .Is. : 66011 823. T.3 7 V8a a "lID

-r Mora-ail, Ark., Mar 85 Iflrtl. Pills cured me of constipation and heart county. .'lurlI".lu-wlt : .100a i I 7 nil i'iISCHJilDULES '
of its generations, with the unlimited -
I ek.Rot raromraesd Thedford's 1ii.k4 symptoms) disappeared under the influence LOll ex n 1100 It ofw 1000 it, S 3d, T 11. South I OF BRANCH LINES.
DaU5httOOhIghIy1kipItIhouSn of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. I am in It .K! E. Bo acres. proceniou9 of the void to draw
ta.tine and hare aaed It for the. I lad Tue. said' land asat-aaed I be date of
ttm .... 1 better health than I have been In twelve being .t upon through an unlimited procession .
J.other laxative.never gave lilt ehlldrva I years and I thank Dr. Miles' Remedies foriL .lie Issuance of HUVU ueitltlciitu In the name SANFORD BRANOH. I ORANOE OXTYERANCa.No.111 : .
w I 1 ro.ld of
.t. jf Ida S. GraliHu Unteati aald certlllcute ages.
.. be able to work without It I I Iro.ot1paUo. I think they are the grandest remedies on shall be redeemed aooor<.l1l111" to law lax Mast H....... Measurements. No.12 No.31 No.1 I I 1lo.2 .WTDaflJ'
arcoast.of. brine; troubled with earth and I am constantly recommending 'laud w.1\. \ l Issue thereon on the 181 h day of STAT.0 i5. .DatlL DxtlylDai1y I 1 STATIONS. I il _

all tkat keep* me Year ssedlelae li( them to my friends."-MRS. L. J. CANTKELL, .Mnv A.D.; 1UUJ.Wltnuramr Franz the German astronomer, publlsbed f 06 a Lv......... Titusville .........Ar ClOp
0. B.up.McFAKULKD. Waxahacluc, Tex. official I signature and seal this two years ago au exhaustive 11'1a .......... .............Ar 107p .30p 10 lOx I Lv. .N. Smyrna.Ar 1.01' lOp
All druggists sell and guarantee: first bot t7ihdayut..tprllA.D. 1UOJSenI treatise The Mountains aud CI'a.ters 8 r.a a Lv........... Osteen.. .........Ar 1111" a Ie H p I 11 III a !..v. LnkeUe.n .Ar I 1:1: Up I SAID
on
tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free bookon [: ) SAM'LD. JORDAN 8 M. Lv..........Enterprise..Ar 11 50 .a e5 ,11 811. Lv.Or..01/:8C1ty.Ar13/: .Op 44b
Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address Clerk Circuit Court, Volusla. Co.. b'm.SOTICE of the Moon." In this work the !_80_a_Ar. ... ... .. Sam,I''rd ... .. ._ ..I.v 11 00 a_I la ao p _11 40. aA_ rOr. CI ty.To. .Lv13_ 40 asp '

Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. latitude and longitude of each mountain ho.23 No.21 No No. 17 I No i No. 10
19
OF APPLICATION FUR TAX and crater were worked out and Sunday... Sunday_ lJ.'I1_, Dilly I_ MAYPORT 13RANOH. I D"iJy. SUIl. No. 22oni .
_
only. arSon _Only. D.n.
DEED UNDhK 8KCTION 8 OF since that time lila book has been' used -1 ;.

(5HAPTEU 4888: LA\'Hi' OF FLOK- in all the observatories of the world lOOp 1006a 'COp S80ar..v..J&ek..nvlllo..Ar. ... ... 1.0a 12301' 1110.
us .......
IDA. a03,1018a 'OSp 86SI1Lv..So.J.oks.nvlll..I.v. 181" 12Up 013p
s the standard. Professor Pickering of 11.01' 10t3& 0 tOp 9 oil a Lv........Pablo (0 a 1% >0. tGO.p
'VTOT1CE. Is hereby given that J. P. Harden Harvard has been anpl4180. snp 9 14 a !I..v..Atlantlo OOa II to a tt510)p
at work Beach..Lv.I
1 11 purchaser of'lax CertllluaUi: No. Ida und recently on 1106& 70 1' 98a ....... .. .. 45a 11 lOa t80The.e
,W5, dated the 2d day ot June, A.U., 1/$ O, a new atlas of the moon and has, discovered -
has tiled said ceviltlcale my olliue, und bus according to the Scientific TIme Tables show the timeS at whIch trains may. be expected to arrive and deparl \
j uailt applluat loo be tax steed to Issue In acordanue from the several stations but their arrival, or departure at the tlme stated I. not guaranteed.
WINCHESTERFACTORY with law Suld cemflume riubracesuu American that no account has been nor doeS the Company ho'iml ItseLf responsible for any delay or Any consequence risiag ther.f .- ji
,
tollowlnif. Uuscrlbud property slluuivdluVoluaiu 1 taken heretofore of the altitude of the .om.
councy r'lorlda, to-wit:
WH, 01 .HUH! ot seM sod iieXt of ".' 4. SeC 83. craters. lIe has discovered that the

I : LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Tp The In, Sit mini iu) Ji lund BO being acriis.aaaeasvd at the. ditto of latitude aud longitude measurements'" a KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

: ; the 1 laau>iuce ol such veitinuuie in tbe name of each are greatly affected by the PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.In .
i:,, "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"F of J. It. and J. 1.). McCuliuw. Unl....s aaiderllnvate 1 height. All previous measurements I
,. shall be redeemed according to Effect April 16, 1903.LOWSVtLLE .
----.- -- LJ1JUI(1YLt1YLJ juiittrIJ-' ...w. tttx'" deed will Issue tl1"r"oll..n tbe.lHtb used In the study of the moon by astronomers =

day of May, A. U. 1MM will have to be corrected by SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND

: I |F you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition Witness any oDIolal algniititru and seal. this. the series of tables which Lv Miami Sun.Thur...................... 80>1a T.vHav..nl&Mon..F.I.. .. .. ........... UOOm
helTlbday April, A. 1). tuua. new upon Ar Key West SUII.,'llaur.. ................ 10 00 i I' Ar Key tFeat l\Ion.. FI'I.. ..............: 8.0 p ,
the kind that shoots where (Seat) SAMUEL U. JORDAN Professor Pickering I is, still at work. Lv Key West Sun. Thur. 10 3) Lv ICey %'estTues Sat J 50.ArNavtanaMnhiFrl. .
.; :L I you Clerk Circuit Court of VuluotaCounty, Fla. I.. .:::::::::::::::::: 7 etaArMtamiTtiesSat.p .. :::::::::::::::: : Dp
.., .i Sun'st Antics at !Sunset.

point your gun, buy Winchester Factory NOTICE OF SeECIAL TAX :SCHOOL Curious deformations of the sun's> For copy ot Local Time Card or other Information addresl any Agent. .

Loaded Shells "New Rival loaded with disk as It sets! have recently been '
Shotgun : DISTRICT ELECTIONS.BY J. D. BAIINER Asst. Gen. Pass. S'l' J'
studied by Dr. Frlnz of the Royal Belgian Agent.. AUGUSTINE5 FLA.

.. Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded authority of Chapter 44174, Actd of tlmLvgialature observatory by the nld of photography -
ol load\ Laws ot r'iorldu,
: with Smokeless. Insist having Winchester opcflal Tax School Un-lrlct Llvvtluns:: arc says a writer in Success. The
L4- upon .thereby called at the foliowlnir places fur most common of these are simply indentations i

: Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. May Port Ml Urauve h. A. 1.).Mo.IMS:T. of the disk. Sometimes thereis & NASHVILLE' R.R

Enterprise:: No. U.
of flames
an appearance us issuing
. : .
4 ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM UeLand. No. li:
01111111" City No. symmetrically( from opposite sides and -First Class Service and Quick Schedules to- .

., urtnuud No. 3.Kmporla uniting aliove, iu a single jet, which

: ,No No.,3,,K7Piuiaon disappears> to give! place to another Birmingham Nashville, Evansville, Chicago( ,

; ( "Seville' No. 4J.: formed' in the name way. These phenomena Louisville, Cincinnati St. Louis .
To dtftvimlne tIne following questIons] : t
-_ --. Who iliad be 'I'rustees fur ins miuveedln according to M. Prluz are due -and AU Points West and Northwest. .--',
i: -r Iwo -
yeura. MM to horizontal: layers of air of different

DR MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera.Infantum, fax And to the be levied number lair of mcli mills of or Said District Yeah".EcUuoi density which refract the sun's light. Nobile, New Orleans, and All Points Southwest. ,nIThrough '

I: DiarrhoeaDysentery and Said Electioiisabaahi bu bald unii..ribu same Some such appearance of the solar disk tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
the Bowel Troubles of rules and ivtfulutlona as ireuerul. elections. .
;: 3 Children of Any Agi. Attest: J. L. CHANDLUH: ,
WJLI BEHT: FISH Sii(>i. u. i'. I. legend that on Easter morning For
? Aids Schedules Rates and I
rid -
SleepingCar Reservations
Digestion. Regulates apply to J. M.
BAJ'f and beo')'. U pi,. \-tD". NG POWDrRS) the Bowels Strengthens the sun dances as he rises. C. L. STONE O. P" A.. Florida Passenger Ant
AS Louisville "'Y. 200 West Bay St., Jacksonville. sicRIDERAGENTSWANTED
the Child and Makes
Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
_\. TEETHING EASY. NOTICE OK! APPLICATION FOR TAX German Boaps.
Or mall 86 rents to C. J. MOFFETT M. O.. ST. LOUIS. MO. DEE! UNlJEIi KC11ON 8 Or Soups furnish a curious Instance in

la'l.oaxacL 8. C., No 28. 1900.-I was first advised by our family: physician" In Charleston to me TEETH1NA CHAPTER 4888: LAWS OK FLOR which Germany -differs from other nations -
with our baby when be was but a very young ,mfant. ,as a preventive ot co.io I and to warm and sweeton tliestomacb.Litter .
It was useful In teething troubles, and It.effect has leo found tobesovory b.n.lla'I..nd' ..r...from dsnfrerathat IDA.' in the preparation of food. Milk # '
ar.consequent upon the use of drugs :1.soothing srrups. that ws liars come to regard It. after use with tbreo sweet and
? .; children, asoneof the necessities when a I anew baby lu ttioboune aoil until the teething troubl,, are over andwe NOTICE Is hereby! given that L. C. Brown soups savory, chocolate
.
.- take pleasure. ,la recommending It to our friends Instea of the} horrid stulf that so many people a.. to keep tliulr """ Tuv LVi'titivate No.-Uu.dated) soups almond soup and wine soup one In each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1002 mood .
baby HAKTWELL.M. AVER Manaa-er Daily "."Q' Wi.kly Times- lesi..:,,.> be tttb day . Iftuw.\ bus tiled saidcerilncate frothed lemon soup and beer soup are IR\h. bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE tio TO ,..'

In my otUc-e, ana lies inuduHpillcttlloa | ii L *BOA tVEE/rbeaides having a wheel to
t for tux deed lu Uauu iu accordance. among the number, while soups made ---

A. ;t' NOTICE- with law. Sitldreitllivate. embraces lu thu Volubln f.ilowuiirdcgcrlbcUiirouiilyaltuaied .- of apples. pears strawberries currants 11 1902 Models :.S $d9fO fo Qsi5 !

and cherries
;; county, Florida I,,-W It: are not uncommon.
Lot :is, sub of uh of uw'j See S4, Tp IT. S There are also a large number of fish I1n%' 1900 and 1901 Models S $7 | $H
1I" Q
'ia. fiFTiTOTICE. la hereby given that the followlnydeacrUieJ buds Ijlngand being In the City of Range E: 1\
iC |> X>eLan l, County of Volnslu. anil btate uf Horldu will bu aolil at public auction on Monthtlar. Time said land beliiif assessed l at tbu date of soups which bear a strong resemblance t\tI H't UINI 500 Second Hand Wheels \
the Drat day of June A. 1>. IDOH at the trout door of the city hail 'ii suJ! city of DeLani, thg Issuance of anvbuvrlincute In Ibe name to the fish soups of tbe Russian kitchen. l $3 $S
? r BO much thereof an will be necessary to pay be amount: due toe taxes", herein act opposite. or Thomas Hail. Unless said' certIficate shall A taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores all 1 '
-. CCSt the Muue together with tbe cost of aucu ,sale and ad\ertl8luy. bot> redeemed accoidliiK! to 'law, lax deed will II makes. and models good as new................
1 Haue thereon ou the -M d.j) of June, A D. Inilcratood.Linzee We ship any bicycle OH APPROVAL to anyone .. t!

: Bpo-: WM\ \VltnessmyomclHlalKniiriireand: seal this -There's nothing I like better without a cent deposit in advance and all'..., -i

fort --- -:.OWNER.- DESCRIPTION.: Amount Taxes of the let[Ideal day]of May, A. 1>.BAM'bD Ivuii. JORDAN than hard work. (- 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL. r:8,,, e :(

and Coats. l\JonlThere' nothing you like bet-
en Clerk Circuit Court VoluHlu ':ouuty. Fla. x
; ter when somebody else Is doing it. no risk In ordering from us, as you do not ncea !

;9 ,:.: -- I.InzE'e-'fbat'l' understood. I hope to pay a cent If the bicycle does not) suit you '.

.1t ''JJIn. D. Mosher.... .. .... .. .... ...... Lot 11. block 1. UOIf"I"S' :0101' ... .. .. .. ... .. . ... .. 297 4 whoc until you!: have written for tot
.,. v.- A.d: Coirer ... . .. .... ........ ... ..Lot 1, sub of lot 6, block o, itOBer tap .. .. .... 623od: Southern you didn't think I was such a tool as I DO NOT BUY FACTOKY PRICES & FREE TRIAL OFFEft. ,
-S. N. Harris.......... ...... .... .... Lot 8, sub of lot 6. block B, Rogers >lup.... .... Georgia to like to do hard work myself or any I Tires, equipment,snndrlse and"DOrtlnll'(roods of all klnd at .'
J D.Yenning-... .. . ............ ..N m 11 of w 1;,(% ft of lot t su b of lot 7, block 10, other klml. for half regular prices. In our big free .untTry cutaloKae. Con :
a a' JCn< Hovers'Map.... .. .... .. .... .. .... .... .. .... ....... 1.11 that matter.- world of useful. Information. wrlto for It.'liableTpprson -
q ... ....... ..... .... p !
J .1 JaaHetra of F. A. W. Shimer..Lot B block IU, lIngers Mnp 91111 You Know What You Are Taking WE WAHTa in each town to dimmtrlbutecatalowuegforulita
: and S. L. St..lrall..J::ot)ft of w lU1 It of lot 1. block 15, Hogcrs' Map... 13 87 Writ today for free "atalciie l and out Special "Jer.CYCLE .
Sarah N. Harris.... ...... .... ... ...Lot 8. block 17, Movers' Map .... .. ... .. .. ..... ;1111 Florida Railway when yon take Grove's Tasteless exchange
5e US .. K. Wetberell........... ......... ...11,M of lots a and T, block Is, Hoirers !Map ..... .... 1 01 AND Chill Tonic because the formula is Jl Ll foM i i CO. Chicago l i !
. .' .b4 lot lu, block 1/4. Hoger ilup. .. .... ... .... 10 611 ,
; gIve W. rowo.... ...... ........ ...... .W14, lot I'arce's) Addition... .. ... .. ... .. .. I 6 WwhichU plainly printed on every bottle show.
>l< Alorjcun..... .. ... ..... ... ..Lot 1. block 1>, University. Place .. ........ .. II tt" ..Suw..... River Itonta." In,,- that It is simply Iron and Quinine i oI
...',1 (*. ...........y.. .. .... ... .. .... .. Lot U, block 4. Howry Add .. .. .... .. .. .. 1 IU in a tasteless form. No Cure i...
Al .mm Kliuker... .. .. ... .... ...Lot 10 block. Howry's Add .... ..... .... .. ... .. 10 M >
4. ion. .K. Randall .. . .. .. ..... N M tt ofe IOU( It lot W, block 4. Howry's Add .. IIIkJ10mt.V. [ no \v'ay. oOc.
.a Vaulfbn. .. ... ........ ...Lot 8. aub of block 12, Howry's Add .... .. .. .. 7 OS
..n J. M. IIwlft.. .... .' .. Lots 1 tollino block 17 Howrys .dd .... .. .. .. .. 6 Bi Schedule In Effect J.Duory'.11IOII. -j
i.r .:r.A. Bloom"V: .... .. .".. .". I.. .. .Cots l..ndl.; block::, IlowryaAtld.... . .. ... 297 i ATLANTIGCOAS'IlUNE[
He U. M. Price A Son...."... ... . ,.All block 41. Howry's Add ... ... .. ... .. ..... .. JI NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX II
.', KJloJ J llat.AvL.? Undstrum.... ... ... .... .....Ix>t7, block 4, Walls' Add ... .... ...... ... ... 74 I Lv Palatka..... ... .. .. BUI pin flaw(
I, 4 w..s. K..d.... . ..".. .. .... .... ..tot 10, block. Walts; Add .. ..... .... ... .. ... 1 Lv Jacksonville ..... .. 8 OU pm 1Ill/ HtnkrViildosta TER 4688 LAWS OF FLORIDA.
; % -. each I t.. C. ICllcker... .... . ..... .... .Lot ;21, block, Walls Add ... .. .... ... .. 87at) ,I .... .. .. .. .lllSpm 10 Main. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that A. d. :E1Li1x-cELc1: Cc>.
. 4 Kffflcston.: ......... ......Lots A. and H block 12; liicn's Add .... ..... .. ... 8111 LrTlftpn..... .. ....... .. 12: warn 12 HO pm purchaser of Tax Certificate No. cl
,- 1g; i1i 1ifJoetona.. .... . .... .. ...... ..Lotl; Asaasaor'sAdd.. ... .. ... .. .. ......... ..... .. I 208! Ar Cordula l tAr ... .. ... .. .. t 00 "m866am 1 .3 pm 1387 dated (lie id day of .:June A.D. 18UO baa
I xarn ........ .... .... .... .......w ai f t of lut tt and e 41 ft of lot 9 and lot 10 ChaniWsraet Macon... ........ . 4 10 pm tiled said certlfluate my office and has made
t Jer bers& Dunn's Add .... ....... ... .. .. ...... ........ 1 16 C. ofOA.Ar ippllaatlon forl'ax Deed to Issue according' .
: '. '9 .-- oaenh Damon .. .. ............ .. Lot Id, block 1. Armstrongs Add ..... ... .. .. 1 11 Atlanta .. .... .. 25am 7 4ipm to law. Said certificate; : embiaci-s the followIng The Great Through Car Line From Florida.COlMIMECTIOIMSa
,: Ben Swift .... ... .. ..... Lots II and IU block ;*, AriustrcinK's. Add. ... . .. lit! N. C. if; KT. L. described property situated I Ij Volusls .
./, -JeorBlanaJobnson.... ........... ..Lot 14, block; Armstroim's. Add ....... lit! Ar Chattanooga. .. .. . 1 00 pm 100 am County. Florida towlt tW(4 4
andand % 6 block 8, Armstrongs Add. ..... 74 ILL. CCNT. R. H. acres. -
,
4 .aieuEdwirds. Lot
5q %_ about iSk. Hall :.IIII:!::!:: : ..:: :::::::Lots H and V. block 4, Armstrong's: Add ..::.: :: :: : I 73 Ar St. Louis .. .. 62am T :24 put 'IbeaaKl land being assessed at this date of : :

414 L.BtaVen .......... ............Lot.I..II..ll1c.:01'l101I..A: : d............ .... ..... .. 104HO .r Chicago.... Hi am the Issuance. of pucb certlneatela the name
frie D dill.n, ... ...... ............. .. LOtdAi'IOn5451'1 ..1 ........... ....... .. .. ....* L.N.R.R.Ar of F. H. Drown. Unless said certificate. OVER Its OWN RAILS TO Savannah, Charleston :
yhllllus. Lot 12 Corson's Add .... ... .. .......... ..... 60an LouisvilleAr ... . 8 0am ItSSam406pm shall be redeemed according to law Tax" EAST ,
erted itukhAth Sfaten.. .... ...... : ; : ..... ..... ..... ..... ...... . CincinnatiC. ... 7 au am Deed will. Issue thereon on the 17th day of TOTHfe Richmond, and Washington, thence via th. \! ':
i, -uln Holt, _.. : v.v.vy.ytet,5cor.ou.Ada: ::; ..... ......... .. .... .. .. ... 119 E. I. R. R. June, A.D. Ittoa. Pennsylvania Railroad. "
.
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unu.on tl_Taylor.( .................. .........Lot :iS7. Corson's Add .. ..... ...:..... ......... 11:1: ChIcago.... .......... BlSnm Witness ray oiaclal signature. and seal Ibis VIAALL-R .IL. _ _ .
.. ..... ...Lots 1 too. btock 3, Hutcblnson's! Add.. .. ... ... 1 19 Solid trains. from jHcksonvllle to Macon tbe6tb day of May "
... As'AM.l
'.. Rogers.... ........
.. ... ... ...... (dKAL] D.: JORDAN. Time Louisville and Nashville via Montgomery.
ad t .. .. ,.Lot 7 block 4 Huteblnson's Add. 1 IU Trains from PaUtka connect at Viildostu
voca .... ... {
.
e.1II .
Daniels .. ... .. ... ..... Clerk: Circuit Court Voluala Florida.ID .
..... County
block\ 1 III
. .. .... .........NI'S 6ti. Corporation with trains irolnv nonl rom Joksonvtllv.Loosi TOT' W EST
kea .. ... ..
;i. I. Dy.
.. ........ .......... ... H E. ",
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"' 0 rac.er.I. Wathelmr..... ...... ...... ...83jblok IIa, Corporation 1 (01 Dixie Hyer train for The Mobile and Ohio Railroad via Montgomery t t'f
;: .
::[
;.ft
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block .COrporatlo .. .... ..... .... 8U ?Macon r ,In depot until 7 80 a. m. ...
f: B og 1 e h..L'.Aual..nd..A sill' ......... ..............);:;1.6 01 s4 01 block IW.I orporatlon.... ............ H Pullman Uiiffnt Bleeping Cars from Jack.: ;" ,
1.. Ito ......... ....... Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit Florida
_ lutland 101, Corpu..llt1on. 8111't aonvllle to St. Louis via above route without of Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New Ymrk.
.. blocks
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atm 1111 CorporatiOn JI 011 change of oars on: Dixie Flyer train also In and for Voluala -
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on SWeIIa ...... Lot 10, 181 CorporatiOn...................... lid District 1'..... Aat. !Ml!! w. St. IDA I. DOUGLASS. I Chancery, VIA Via !annab and MerohanU and Miners Traniportadon
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the 176 118 and 117 ant. Ida I. Douglass' Is over the sue of twentyone -
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I -ned. PoEzecutr1S,..... :JJ : tiT: .:.....: .......... ......... ''f 1 HAIR ead bMmlflee BALSAM Ihe hataa this would state blnjrt the said service Defendant.of process on whom '
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a MUJer ... --. ..... ................. ,.AII'P01 fvmth. It la thereupon ordered. that the said De
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A-lMoim''d'U .- GRANT BLY. to apptar to the bill of oompt.lntI'
"' ; -- }; setor City of DeLand Volusle Co. Fta.I on or before the first Monday In Jut Interchangeable Mileage Ticket. good over 13,000 mile of among the
..,.,. .-* _l.udri: :Il. wu.ou" :.i-.t.._ TaCoU- A. D. .1U08...., btlngthe6tb, dayof said confessed moot t.otber..I. principal railroad In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal '
said bill will feu tacen' as t agent. .

trwor by have said leave Defendant to proceed and rxparte tbe Complainant.. aifainal bi-r.will I Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic coast

awe It Is further ordered has th'e' order be I Line also> via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. 1))

To ,a_ Cold in-One Day :;:..ar:,J1Tab4j published newspaper In published the DvLand at DeLand Weekly News la said, a or wrIte For reservations and Information apply to Agent Atlantic Cout Line

County ot Voluala and Slate of Flo.lda.CO' I 30.
;; : : .. lay ''h''u.s.bl:: seal of the salt! FRANK C. BOYLSTON W. D. STARK
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WW u .._-J1um r tonlfemwC: 25c. Mrs. S. A. Woo wltlt tertain the
euchre club at the clu house next f
" A TRUNK FULL OF GOODS Miss Charlotte Bradley ia expected Tuesday evening. "J

home on Tuesday next. MUa Charlotte -
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f taught/ in New Smyrna this Mrs. Dr. Allen entertained the I vx I
WONT COST MUCH IF BOUGHT ATMCELRflY'S "
year. Woman's Missionary Society of the ..,r.. ll ( +>
Baptist church at her home on North
Mr. Mitchell of the Sanfotf. Tele- Boulevard yesterday afternoon. ;
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phone Company was In Det>an
Monday and Tuesday on business before Rev. and Mra. J. E. Oates leave to- e 7

the City Council. Thll company, day for St. Augustine, their former

I, like many others, la anxious for a home. Mr. Oatea will preach in the B

Now while he is selling pretty Dress and Waist Goods at 5c. to 13c. All New franchise for a local exchange In De- Baptist church there on Sunday. They ?r d
I Land. The council will give the will return to DeLand the drat of t,

i i': and worth Double this price. With Starke company thirty days longer In next week. BMrs.
which to begin work and if no steps

If =>> are taken by that time to Install! the Frances Marine! entertained fl
:FI.EJU"CED: : : :E XCES: 1
; exchange franchises will probably be the St. Barnabas Guild yesterday af gi

granted to one or more of the other ternoon. The next meeting will beheld s :''
On Shoes Hats Clothing Dry Goods. Millinery Etc. s
,L:.I applicants. at the home of Mrs. Dr. Taylor. a

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IF .. 00000000000000000000000000 i Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Woodward leave Mr. Math Ziegler ia now making his New fancy hose and BOX at Brill's.' *

o Local andOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO g I, next week for Marlborough. N. H., 'truck farm down on the shell land Judge McCrory made a professionalvisit Just to stimulate the business .

o their summer home. near: the St. Johns river-at the old) of .'f.
o Personal Briefs Daytona on Tuesday. we have taken a number t' K
o gOne Purviance place. Mr. Ziegler Informed
o n Messrs. Oates, Forbes, Rylanct "id
'a the reporter that his tomato Treasurer VInzant has
Sparkman and Miss! Spalding, whoa, received .
this year will be a failure-the from the High Grade Bicyclesfrom
.i more week of school.! tended the Southern Baptist rop stale comptroller Mr. A. C.
conven-I w..t weather following the drouth Croom, two checks for the railroad
tion in returned
I School< supplies at Aliens' Phar Savannah I killed the plants. He had ten taxes of the Savannah, Florida and
week. They report alvery| fine meet thuu-I( regular stock, and have
y macy. sand plants set out. :Mr. Western railway in Volusia county.
ing. About ]1.800J; delegates: were in I
Mrs. George Wilson arrived from about three acres of early Jersey I The larger check-for $4,380.66-is put a
attendance be'lldes100\ or 1000 others
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t New York: Saturday afternoon on a sweet potatoes that will be on the for general taxes, and the smallerone
who the delegates aid
visit to her mother Mrs. Mootreville..x accompanied market next month. He will plant -$ 56.88-111 for school district Special Low Priceon
hundreds of spectators. The weather
;iO or 40 acres of sweet potatoes in taxes throughout the county. The I
Gainesville will have no ball team was miserable luring/ the convention, each. Come and see how
June and July and will ship the crop. railroads, which are assessed by state .
When the started and It was found Impossible to use the
this
sports
year. one.
Hilt Irish is easily can own a good
potato crop now being and not by county authorities, you
pay t
. to organize they found out that they large tent auditorium erected for theusd
gathered. It is tine. full
the amount of their taxes to the
1, 1 would have to employ nine players.o of the convention. The meetings/
state, and the amounts due the
several BIGELOWThere's
This was too much of a good thing- were therefore held in the Savannah Services at the Baptist church on
counties are then sent the r
by
and the famous "Oak Hallo" will be Baptist church. The sessions were Sunday will be as usual at 11 a. m. t
state to the treasurers
county ,
given a season off. Other state teams interesting and instructive, talks and 7:30: p. m. Rev. J. D. Smith of

will n brainiest in the South. Savannah front of the court house lot this no Tellingwhen
sionally. men and evening. B. Y. P. U. meeting week.
___ Mrs. and Miss McDonald will enter treated the delegates royally. at 6:45: p. m. You are cordially Messrs. S. B. Wright, J. R. Weth- '

tain a number of lady friends! at a Mra. I. A. Stewart enteitalned. a invited to attend these services. erell and Dr. John MacDiarmid; at- you may need a good \

card party this (Friday) afternoon. number of friends Saturday evening Special services will be held at the tended the annual session of the Grand Photograph of yourself.

Mr. G. E. Muriel is expected home at a flinch party. first M. E. church on Sunday it being this Royal Arch Chapter In Jacksonville J-.

for his usual the anniverslty of the Epworlh week.
to-morrow semi-monthly
James and Hobert Shields lost their
visit to his family. Mrs. Muriel and League and the bl-cenlennial anniversity Magnolia Lodge, No. 21, I. O. O. F.,
horse recently. Arthur L. Marsh cir
the children will probably spend the of John \Vestly. The pastor has taken In eleven members this
culated a and secured enough Better Come::
summer with relatives Tennenoee. paper will preach a sermon to young people: term, and has others "enroute."
money in a few hours to buy them in the morning/ at 11 o'clock. The

Mrs. Gaulden has issued invitationsfor another horse and feed enough/ to keepit M. E. church south will unite in the Mr. Oscar DaIs Is expected home fox a Sitti.D..g'right

a card party to be /given at her for some time. The people of De- evening service. Addressee will be today or tomorrow.

home on Howry avenue !Saturday: af Land always donate liberally for all given by Mr. N. G. VanSant and the Are you going-to-the seashore this
such worthy objects. They are a good
ternoon. 1 a-itor. Everybody cordially invited. summer\? If you are, go: to "The
away.
people to live among.St. /
Mrs. O. F. Fish visited her daughter, Call on Marsh Bros for the Best Breakers,' Seabreeze, Fla. Mr. and .

Mrs. C. H. WlilUon, and grandchildren Barnabas Episcopal church next Florida Meata. Mrs S. P. Hays will open "The

in Sanford on Friday, for a few Sunday May 17-10 a. m., children's Miss Rodgers, who spent the winter Breakers July 1st. For information REEVE
hours. service and Sunday school; 11 a. m., write: S. P. Hays, DeLand, Fla." *
here with her cousin Miss Grace .
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choral celebration of Holy commun-
Mr. }'. H. Finney was a pleasant Gould returned to her home In the Rev J E Mlcklrr made a brief
: : ion flight Rev. Bishop Gray Is ex North this week. visit\. to Jacksonville; this week. I 1.Oi O-H! l pected to preach and administer con-
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his summer home Wisconsin.. THE mation. ,. .. .. . . Just Off the Farm
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NEWS follows Mrs. Lyons and daughter!. Miss

The many friends; of Mrs. L. E. Maude, will leave on Saturday for .

'c Balle, who gave a prohibition lecture New Orleans, where they expect to All our Dairy Products-rich,

in DeLand several weeks will reside In the future. Butter and good fresh
11 ago, regret I yellow ,

/ to learn that her home at Prohibition 1 Col. C. H. Spencer, the well known Eggs-get to you very quickly .. '

Park, Staten Island N. Y., was Daytona lawyer, was In DeLand on from the farm where they are

burned to the /ground last week. business several days the first of the I1:1 produced. We know

Mumps are prevalent. week. I jl jlThey're

Miss Josie is expected home
Lindley
Mr. F. E. Roumillat of Sanford, : All Right.
from Went: Palm Beach next week.
representing the economy kitchen
On June 27 Miss Josie will sail for
/grocer, is in town calling on DeLand
England/ to vjslt her sister, Mrs. When you want them fresh
The is
i housekeeper /grocer a great
convenience to the housewife. Heiinberger. get them here.

, ,1" Mr. Roumillat showed the reporter Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Fish left this AT

i one of his cabinets on Tuesday. It is week for a short visit to the family of RELIABLE j

t intended to set on a table in the their son, Claude, at Tifton, Ga. THE MARKET RYLAND & SPARKMAN,. GROCERS

kitchen. The cabinet is made of galvanized
} / Mr. and Mrs. Hershar Oldham recently -
and enameled. It E. L. McBride: 0THE\ OdOtO +O+O+Ol-O+O+ -1OdOdOtYlrtOAO K> ,
iron.japaned arrived In DeLand from Or- .. rAt "
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has apartments for bread meats, pies! ; leans, Ind., and expect to make their )1 111I Rgl'r; CORNERThe EXP.E-sION':: : :: :: .1--.1I '

holds 25 pounds of Hour 65 pounds of home In DeLand. They are for th_ :
t cornmeal buckwheat 25 pounds of .o..o.-o.o.o.o.o.o.o.-o-o.o..o.o..o..o.o.-o.-o--o.o.-o.o.
present stopping with Mr. and Mrs. _. ..
sugar, 20 pounds of rice 3 pounds of J.V.. Fickliu on Rich avenue. Mr. -- -- = I ..
coffee in the berry with grinder/ in I pool tables In the Firemen's Col. and Mrs E O. Cole, who spei t :
Oldham has a position at Calms' saw times we want expansion in our
convenient place; 3 pounds of tea; has Headquarters are proving!! very popu the winter in DeLand with Mrs. Cole's
of sealers mill. lar attractions. sister Mm. Julia Dinner Table; at other times we I
six or eight/ spice cans, a pair I ___ Heath, returned to

mlrrowa etc. The grocer is one of the Cyrus Waters, who recently purchased -I Mra. W. W Stripling and daughter, their home in Macomb, III., on Thurs don't. OurD5.tl.5..D..g'

neatest and moat convenient pieces the Taylor groves just northof Ellen, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. day.

of kitchen furniture the writer ever Orange City Is putting/ the property C. H. Campbell. .
Mr.1 Ernest Heath, Mrs. Julia Heath Tables: '--
saw. As a rule, we have conveniences In tine condition. Mr. Waters :

In the office, in the Store, in the workshop secured ItiO( acres in this tract about Thieves broke into Mrs. Tawney'a Mrs. A. M. Heath and children returned

and whereever a man works but 00 acres of which is in orange grove./ chicken coop recently and stole two I to their homes in Chicago/ this to expand or contract. An

y allow the ladles to get allong at The price paid was 1500.: hens Mrs. Tawney has lost quite a week. are easy
t home with the most crude articles, number of her fowls the past month. I easy pull-no straining pounding ,
Solicitor Perkins made business Councilman Powe and Dr. Mac-
a John
and few conveniences. Mr. Roumillat A load of buckshot pruperly applied, or jarring.Other
,- dad professional visit to New Smyrnaon Diarmid have purchased M. Davit ; f fJs
: has already taken orders for a ij a sure cure for the "poultry habit". Dining Room Furniture.
Monday and Tuesday. pretty little orange grove on North
number of the cabinets in DeLand
; Messrs. C. R. Walker and A. P. Al- Boulevard.
They will make -

w he placed and Apopka.about 250 of them in Sanford I hands Real In estate DeLand.continues to change dridge the/ Economy of Sanford Kitchen, who are Grocer interestedin were for Bring it this winter.arrangements J F.F ALLEN & CO., I THE VOLUSIA FURNITURE: HOUSKO"\I


Eric Clarkson and Walter Adams E. O. Woodward has sold the Dyer in town a few hour .\VednI:8day. The Mr. S. J. Ford of Jacksonville, state 1-O+I O-1-O- +O-1-O-i +

visited their lady 10'fuin Daytona on cottage on Short street to Mra. Mary /gentlemen! were agreeably surprisedat agent for the Remington typewriter _.s .
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Land and occupy: the place In a weekor Land, and especially at the magnlfl- of this standard machine.Mr. .DeLand TM
Mrs. S.' B. Wright/ entertained a two. The consideration was $1,000. cence of the University! buildings.

number of young people Monday H. H. Richardson of Jacksonville
evening in honor of Miss Peden. Ladles' Vests at Brill'!!, lOc to 30c. Mr. S. B. Wilson! spent several dale was in DeLand Tuesday. He- Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.

in Ft. Pierce: on the lower East Coast, sell
came here to building!! material,
this week. for which be is agent. Mr. Richardson J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.

) Marsh Bros deal in the Best Florida ia the compiler and publisher of -Manufacturer of- ..

WHEN A BOY delivery.Meata. Polite attention. Quick* : the the Official fourth 'edition Pythian of Lodge which directory is just :D I: SSOC3. & Rough Lumber: :

IS HUNGRYIt's Rev and Mra. J. D. Smith returnedto from the press. By use of this direc Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.

DeLand on Tuesday after a most tory a Knight In Havana Cuba Manila Will furnish plans and specifications and u

him pleasant visit of a month in St. Augustine. P. I., or any other place in which CONTRACTOR &: BUILDER estimates Special machinery at mill for
a good idea to feed finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanic and guarantee ,
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at once and save trouble. The heavy raIns of the past week: name and address of the officers in flrst-claaa work in every particular. r Y

will make street work absolutely nec New York city, San Francisco or De-

NOTHING BETTER essary. Land and correspond with or telegraph -
THERE'S
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BOND: R COMPANY
Rev. W, T. DeRleux, D.D., of Richmond them in case of necessity or UJMgE ,.

Va., accompanied his brother- convenience. Mr. Richardson originated / -
more wholesome, or sweeter @@ -+-
a telegraph code which la
inlaw, Mr. A. H. Ryland, home from '
than our Bread, and only Savannah, for a abort visit to his els- printed In the directory and Is now Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot DeLand .'r;;

ten, Mr Ryland and Mrs. U.'E.< in general use. :Prices on all kinds of *
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Five Cents Loaf. Blanc and his father and mother, \
a .
i Forty names have been added to
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DeRleux. Rev. :
Lumber Lath Flooring Gelling '
the ratter of the Jacksonville Board Shingles .
DeRleux will return to Richmond to- ,
of" Trade since January 1. DeLand .
day or Saturday f.i '
7r Fudger people have been so busy quarreling
Turning
Mra. James R. Parker of JackionvVlIe :; together, that they have not had Mouldings, ,

U the guest of her cousin's.! Mr. time to work: along the lines of the ..... ..

and Mr*. James W. Perkins.. Board of Trade. Brick, and Everything in the Lumber Line. Ord ar c1e1inrec1'po. D ,
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powder for the feet. It cures. Tbe a. S. & 1lty- will run a cheap
State News' go Mrs.' Batton, who has had quite: a
Swollen Sore, Hot Callous! AcliIiiK. excursion from all its stations In Florida -

o 0 o prolonged Illness with a relapse after Scenting: 11'1.1. Corns anil. Bunions. At on May 25tb, to Macon and At.

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May wap at 8:00: a. ni. and
Emma Graves and Addle I
Council of the Diocese of Florida of the at G-0.: a. m., arriving at Macon : ?
Pattillo returned Saturday, from "Why should no men starve on
The sped clenner ilcsrrlbral horcwltha the Episcopal. Church, in session: desert of Arabia Because of the about 4:30: p. m., and at Atlanta about

.. ( adapted to be uxod In, connection here, voted in favor of changingthe Shiloh, near Indian river, where they; sand which is there. 8:30: p. m. The round trip rate will be:

vlth a thrashing' machine to sine' the Proles- have spent the past two weeks very; -..- ---.-.
k1. name of the church from from Jacksonville to Atlanta $!). O, to
pleaseutly] ] at Mr. PattUlo's place. What did the spider do when be
with
and labor of transporting
expense taut Church the American -
to Atlanta
Episcopal Macon $.150 from Palatka to
out of the ark? Took a fly and ;
Among the most enjoyable feature came
the wheat a lot of refuse which must Catholic Church, by a vote of went home.MOTHERS. $5.50, to Macon $.50. Tbe limit of
1 .t.I ubsequently be Bppnrntecl a loxs to which they participated in during -- .-- ---- -
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; tickets sold from Jacksonville allows
;I',. thefarmpr. The improved clt'iincr! limy their stay, were, a May-day picnic on MOTHERS! :MOTIIEUS!

be readily ndjunteil! to clonn different On Friday the Senate confirmedthe the canal, which the connects Hills, How muny childieu: nu at this sea- two. whole dayaiu Atlanta and Macon.
won. feverish and constipated, with bad As the excursion Is to )he of an unusually FFall 1into
kinds of BUfda' fl'om:1'IIII1S/ dliclmrglng/ appointment of J. T. Wills of boro and Indian rlvtn.a' moonlight
Mother
stomach and liendtiche. Gray'sPowders
Starke. for and B. P. Calhoun sail down the Mosquito logoon, hunt high character, many people line
the refuse into bago Instead of permitting judge, for Children will always cuie.If j
will take
from this section advantageof
r.Jt' it to accumulate boiieutu the sepa of Palatka, for state's attorney, for for "sunrise" shells and baths In the Worms are present they will certainly 1:1:
\ rator. the new Eighth Judicial Circuit, beautiful waters of the Indian river. remove them. At all druggists. the cheap rates. Full information J and order your new spring lull ,

1 The Invention, as lIes<'I'I1.I'd In the comprised of the counties of Al- Madame Rumor says there'll be :.!:;;rts. Samples mailed. FREE. Address furnished by J II Hafferty, D. P. A., \1 from the great Oak- **el ,ot !a a1 ..

Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. 201 W. Bay St, Jacksonville Fla., or
Scientific American coInl)1'I4e] ii n deliv acliua, Baker, Bradford, Levy and wedding bells In June for a couple of I. ynAUs? ? BROTHERS I
J agent of the G. S. & P." lly. ,
g; ,ery-spout, which i is arranged to receive Putnam. Mi. Calhoun i is well knownin our former }young residents.A. any !
When is a fish like a bird'Vhen it ----- -- .1 Good Tailor for 26 Y_r..
9j .:&': the- grain from the elevator of the DeLand. T. Pattlllo went to Macon, Ga., .
What word Is
takes a fly. prononounced quickerby 'i'Ii CHICAGO.
machine. This Is last Tuesday to attend the Cane (
thrashing spout scliunff '
adding a uylldble it? Quick. J. "
The half and ads in : from start to finish good !.
from the thrashing imu'lilne its to quarter page Growers, Convention. He was joined Why should soldiers be tired on -- qua ,

the local papers are the worst shots there by his sons, Lovic and George. April let They have lust had a Marchof DISASTROUSVRECKS.. !Ity is! the predominating feature '

: : any. town can give the mail order thirty-one days. 'l of all clothes n.ada to order"
--- -- elessness is responsible for
4' : I S manya
houses. They tell of goods the customer PORT oq4ivcE. SPRING AILMENTS.There railway wreck and the same causes J by tils! well known ,tailoringhouse. -.

I can see before he lets go of is an aching and tired feeling; are making human wrecks of sufferers I No detail is too smallto
II his money. The merchant who has Special Correspondence. from Throat and Lung trouble, But
I the liver, bowels and kidneys become 1 ( bs given careful attention; .
fresh goods, sells them at a small Port Orange/ May 14.-Mr. and Mrs sluggish and mactne.the digestion impaired since the advent of Dr King's New l -
I your perfect comfort !isth
margin of profit and advertises in a Geo. Morford went to Orange Heights with little or no appetite, 'no Discovery for Constipation, Coughsand a

I straightforward, honest way, takes last week to visit her mother.Mr. ambition for anything, and a feeling Colds, even the worst cases can be : I 'ir note aim. Call at our _

tbe most vital way of heading off Karnes is repainting his house that the whole body and mind needs cured, and hopeless resignation is no l store and look over the splendid ,
Mrs. Lois of
longer Cragg
the mail order houses.-Exchange. Miss C. McDaniel Is giving her house toning up The trouble is, that during Dorchester necessary, Mass, is one of many 1 assortment of 500 lategf-

I a new coat of paint. winter there has been an accumulationof whose life was saved by Dr. King's, anJ nobbiest( patterns. ,We will i I I'd
A hue waste matter in the Iler-
I great and cry against carrying Mrs. DuBois and Mrs. Lufburg left bine will system. New Discovery '1 his great remedy is quot; you price. that will inter- '
remove it, to the
Ii concealed weapons is occa- Sunday for New York where they will secure secre- guaranteed for all Throat and Lung Atit Your J
i tions a right exit, and by its tonic effect you. satisfaction as
eionlly indulged in by diseases by \V. A. Allen and Geo W .
newspapersand
take a Hamburg liner for France. fully restore the wasted tissues :4 'viv,
absolutely
1 SEED CLEANER FOU GRAIN SEl'AKATOIIS. grand juries. The most dan- Fisher, druggists. Price Soc, and $i.oo. guaranteed ,,
and in place
of weakness.
Mrs. DuBoisgoes as a guest of Mrs. give strength
permit its being smiii to any desired gerous of all weapons is a slander- Luf burg. SQC. at all druggists. S. Trial bottles free. I F. W. KOESTER.oao.o.o..o..o..o.o..o.ao.a. .

fcr"IL .position. Within the 8IJ0\1t Is a seriesof one :tongue, yet it is rarely men- .- .
--- -- --- --- -
screens which have meshes of different tioned. One single gossiping tongue Mr. Cochran and his daughter, Mrs. Why Is a pious man like a seive He ;: : 'o"oo-o'o.oo-o
Needham started for their northern
sizes. These screens arc united to- ,
I cau do more damage in a community, Is holy. _ '
: ether in a manner to produce a shoot home: but Mr. Needham will remain -THE -a'
; 'of square cross section. This shoot is year in and ;year out, than forty until his house In completed. Why Is a drawn tooth like a thing

drunken men, or u whole regiment forgot. It is out of the head.
of such size as to tit snugly into the Mr. Wm. Johnson drove down Sun-

spout. A hopper Is provided at the up- armed with concealed pistols.- with visit ruins of -- .. '
day a party to the
NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
!per end of the spout and genes to direct l. White Springs Herald. WORLD WIDE REPUTATION.
the old mill.
the grain through a feed tube into sugar \V'1 t\e's\ Cream Vermifuge has ,
Judge A. E. Maxwell\ died at There was a sale of stock on Thurs- achieved world wide being
r ,(the screen shoot. A regulating gate is a reputation as -
the 4th day at !Mt. Ararat, a few miles above the best of all DE LAND FLORIDA. -
:''hung plvotally In the feed tube. This Chipley on after an illnessof worm destroyers. ,

gate may be operated bj the sliding rod two weeks. Judge Maxwell was here, and some of our business men and for its tonic influence on weak and

on tho spout to limit or cut off the flow i 83 years. of age. He was a memberof made some purchases. Mr. L. Mc- unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the

of grain into the screen. The rod maybe Congress from 1853 to 1857. On Daniel bought several] head of cattle. acidity or sourness of the stomach, improves DeLAND'S. LEADING LOCAL PAPER. ', .

secured at any desired position I tht'iecestiionof his state and the organization Mr. Tedder, the meat merchant, their digestion, and assimilation
of food
strengthens their nervous system -
Tile is cleaned down
grain by flowing
; of the Confederate Congress bought a wagon, and others took ad- them '
and restores to the health, .
over the lowermost screen. The refuse One Dollar Per Annum 0 --k-.,
he elected Confederate vantage of the sale to make pur- and of
I was vigor elasticity spirits naturalto
;passes through the mesbes of the screen States chases. One little Herbert Car- I childhood. all 18)) Single Copies Five Cents 0 "
and Is collected a bug bung: beneath I : Senator, in which capacity boy, 250. at druggists. 5.i I

,tbe lower end of the spout. while the he served from 1862 to 1865. In row, bought a yearling to start. business !- I I i Advertising! Bates Reasonable }
,
1KGG} he In Florida style. Why Is a tale bearer like a bricklayer -
grain flows on through the shoot Into was appointed Judge of the
.' He raises stories.
f)1 any suitable receptable. By rotating Supreme Court, but owing to the Uollie Johnson did not get to New ,

(the screen shoot, screens of different j I complications of the reconstruction York. Their naptha launch turned Why Is a jailer like a piano player ? BOOK AND JOn PIUKTEBS.{ f

sizes may be brought into position ns pf-iincl' he resigned his office. In about in the ocean like an egg shell. He fingerethe kejs. _:

'desired. For instance, one screen way I I 1877 he was appointed judge of the The naptba tank bursted and they .
Letter and Bill Heads
r' mustard seed and.buckwheat ,
seed
permit grass I First uudicial circuit of Florida, an lad a hard time to make the shore. FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON Envelopes, Statements, .
to pass through, while the 7
office he in 1885 FARMS. and Printed Cards
the the resigned and in Engraved ,
wheat passes over screen second - ----
screen separate seed and i 1887 he was appointed chief justiceof Dr. Bergin, Pana, III., writes"I: Engraving,! and Color Printing/ ,
may grass
the Court have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always !- Programs l, Mentis and Invitations, ; .
mustard seed from flux a thud screen Supreme serving on
12 Rubber Stamps' Seal Presses, Stencils, ,
may separate foul seed from barley. that bench until 1891. In 1895! ) he am confident recommend there it is to no my better friends made.It as I. __, _4.n__ Larje and :bm.tll'; : Posters, Handbills, Stickers,'

and oats and a fourth screen may per. I wa a delegate to the constutional is Advertising No'eltlellFans., Calendars,
for burns. Those
a dandy who
mit wheat to drop through the meshes. convention of t the state. / Minutesrfor Ncw"pilperOll'rlnted in Whole or la Part.C .-
live on farms are especially liable to
while the wild oat seeds puss over the .
I 'I : many accidental cuts. burns and bruises, 1
; i screen. GL Eft WOOD } which heal rapidly when BalUird's Snow ESTIMATES I CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. '
Tile Inventor of this seed cleaner Is ",-,
LLr.Lunch.( Liniment is applied It should always . . . .
Mr.. Levi Thortvedt of Glyndou, Clay "*|n'elnl Corr 8pontJ"nco. : So-O-Oo..o-o.o.OoO..o.o.o.o.o.oo; +o. .!
be kept in the house for cases of emergency -
..county :Mlun.: I I Glenwood] May 12.--Nice showers ffi That is the average timespent 25c. soc and $i.oo at all drng-

Boll Weevil Praltleiu Soiled. for vegetation if the air Is cool for in large city restaurant gists.' :

1'e '| A series of experiments him been I for May.Dr. /_ ; by ra three thousand _ 5. The Racket Store :
Umchera. It takes three
'made j
by expert entomologist' of the ,
\ : Bowen and Mr.I.. M. Conrad fresh What tree is of great importance
hours to digest a egg
devising:Mexican some government method with for eradicating a view of vNited) Palm Beach and Miami last soft boiled. In fact three hours is about la history? The-.a date. J. A. EHICKSQItf Proprietor, ,

week. The doctor returned Friday the Mme required to digest the average
;the cotton boll weevil which pest has night and took the train for twelve minute lunch. The object of the Why is a false report like a tottering DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS. 1\0'1 IONS, NOVELTIES.JEWEL-

caused losses aggregating many milIllons early hasty lunch is to let the busy man get( house It has a weak foundation. fly MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS\ BIUSIO\ ETC.
of dollars tile cotton Jacksonville, where he was called by the
: to plnnteis back: to his office work. But when -- --- ---

of Texas and Mexico. It It ollidully.proclaimed telegram to commence on his duties brain is active, the stomach is inactiveFor CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL. Agent for the SINGER, tie best JlnrLiue\' in the woild. All. kinds of -'

that success bus dually rellwarded fur a year at St. Luke's Hospital.] lack of necessary blood. The natural Airs. Frank Chiasson. Patterson, La., Sewing Mat-Linen itj-HiKfl and i laths inu> tltd. i

the efforts of them Hilontlsts 1 j I Mr. Conrad returned home Sunday consequence is indigestion, and indiges. writes June 8, igot: "I had malaria fever -
tion opens the door to many diseases. Best and cheapest HARNESS in 11 e has been leo\'I'I',1 that
that It
land a night after his in very bad form, was under treat-
brothers
vinitinf( at Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr.
A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION,
,peculiar species! of spider. which exists Daytona, and reports a pleasant Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ment by doctors, but as soon as I ,.

lln certain localities of the tropics of trip. very which cure;; diseases of the stomach andother stopped taking their medicine the fever ,. -, _.
-
:Mexico Is insectivorous! nnd that It will and nutrition would return, I used a sample of Her- -
: I I All the northern friends and others organs of digestion and !':!!:!!!'!!tti'!: !! !! !!:!!:!1.'Itr!!:W!,;!X!%: &! !'iMWX'M!! !! !! >!VV.!! !#!!.t! !!i'!V!!i'IlIl.lIl.la!: !!: V!Il Pi !.:: !II
feed upon the eggs of the cotton bull and enables the perfect digestion Line, found it helped me. Then boughttwo '
weevil and the weevil Itself. :I that left here arrived safe at their assimilation of food.< bottles which completely curedme. l '

.-r--..I An Austrian Steel Trunt. destination.: $3OOO FORFEIT will be paid by I feel grateful to you for furnishing ,i Fox, :UPleasstaa/t: : :I'i.rc.e; 2

I, Tlae: organization of tile steel I and iron 'I Miss I Wolsley] will close her schoolon the World's Dispensary Medical Associa- such a splendid medisme, and can 1"

Industry of trlii-lluiiKiiiy;: under the the 14th and have a picnic at De- tion, Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y., if they honestly recommend it to those suffer- 14 .GOTO1HE.'a..
show the original signature of from malaria I IIi
cannot ing as it will surely cure .
directorate t
control of a single or syndicate Leon
Springs
on Friday, to which all
is announced. The new "kaitel" I I are invited. The children are look- the individual below, and volunteering also of the the writers testimonial of- gists.them" Hcrbine, soc. bottle at all drug, Q, "'t.T:. ..6. ':I:' :r: 0 0 L''-oe .!

as,) 'It Is called, includes twenty-three 1111;* forward(] to a pleasant day. every testimonial among the thousands *_ _- 5 tt J,
concerns! with a combined capital ofso.oo.ooo which they are constantly publishing,
), kronen ($ ;jUt,04M!( )


) Important iron and steel Interest in the rac.II'ho! came from Seneca Falls., i nf had stomach trouble from childhood 'and \lous purpuss. Jttt Koui t"
<
IN. Y., last December for his health uttered with Il more or lens aa I grew up" i 13CAtlti-ftl1 liqkes\ foi floatixg.Sfi1boqts .
grr r .two countries>urs. plates, rails unlla i writes Mr. Willw Seaman, of W..blnlonvllle, What soap Is the hardest ? Castile ,J
,
and 'Ire-Is auld to be controlled by I got well enough to work, took cold by Grunge Co.. N. V. "At the age of 36 I wasbroken (cast steel). '
down with' dyapepaia My lunerinR was \ lo\'uoqts{ Gqqoes\ fof 2jezt. t
J"'I' tbe trust. Tbe agreement is: to run until getting! caught In a shower last Friday terrible* Could:: not cut without i iliitrew: (.Quid ---- .\
: 'I'i 1012. and Is now very sick. Dr. Davis only eat a few certain thing and wa not able A RUNAWAY BICYCLE, 1."t/ _ _
i I to work half the tune. Everything I tried only Terminated with an ugly cut on the I

,' The American demand for Peanuts American Abroad.peanuts of friends DeLand) Is attending him. His gave me me temporary to try Rr relief Pierre My ft wife Golden finally MedicalDnlcovefy peruaded leg of J. B. Omen, Franklin Grove, 111. F.! No C1qt'geoi' Htlniission to qtcolqds. 'I'1'

I. here hope he may soon be restored and 'Pleasant I took nix It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield- '
.la France Is practically unlimited If to health. bottle of the 'Golden: e i i'D"Jv; and j
:ithe American exporters can meet tbe I two vials of Ur fierce'.Pleasant Pellet. 1 then ing to doctors and remedies for four Clqb: lonse[ Opeq to tl1e -2.qM.ic.,
f I Mr. and Mrs. Easton of DeLand felt no well. that stopped taking medicine" years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve t
paid for the African nuts In the _
prices I spent Saturday night at Mrs. J. 11. "Common Sense Medical Adviser," 1008 cured. It's ;just"" ai good for Burns, S -

111. 220 hell pounds., ranging So from states$305 Consul:: to $General 1,73 per Conrad's and Sunday night with !Mr. large receipt pages of :31 in one paper.cent covers stamps, is sent to pay free expense on. at Scalds VV. ,A.Skin Allen's Eruptions and Geo.and: W.Piles Fisher'sdrug : 25c, j Parties Can Have tbe Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, ,ilthetc. OJs es1; ;

*: 'Skinner at Marseilles in a report to King, returning to DeLand early Pierce of, Buffalo mailing, N.only.Y. Address Dr. R. V. stores.. ., at Moderate Rates. ... 1'

f in' tthe' state department. During the past Monday morning1.Mrs. 4 i s bt

ti4; ".. '7ear about 10,000 bags of American Weeks was the delegate from -- What ia the largest room In the ;

i I .' ,peanuts were received at Marseilles the, the Olenwood Y. P. C. Endeavor SoCiety What? Inn-attention.have you to expect at a hotel world? Room for improvement.. t! QOOD FIiOOl} AND :FJILJSTO fo* :Vqxcirg. ; !
that
and-the consul general says to the -- ,
state convention at J
... .
oil into which they were manufactured Ocala. Mrs. J. B. Conrad Why la your eye like a man being PC i
accompa- Who always] site with his bat flogged? It U under tbe lash.
although be.
was of good quality on Refreshments wiU be Sale
rather less than that nied her and they report a very Interesting fore the queen? Her coachman. i' for on every Thursday, with. Music, la,*the .
:
the quantity was convention. NOT A SICiT"DAY SINCE."I evening Dancing. Uj.
"" derived from-the same amount of African '0
'nut8. Mrs. Waterman returned home TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY, was taken severely sick with kid- A Kt l 1tIJr.J I"Wi1 ;"IU"oK..'W ;;1Ji1t; Jr.JJi.\ W ." .ftftWffittuWKffiftAgign\ ;

.
Ii N7w Monday after spending a week very Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ney,trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines - -- .- -- -- \

pleasantly on the East Coast. lets. All druggist refund the money none of which relieved me. One o-o-o.oO-OO-OO-O.OO-OO-OoOo-o. 1

Miss Blackman If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bit- '
THE OLD RELIABLE Russell and Miss Bessie signature i. on each box. 25c. ters and determined to try that. After JOHN B. STETSON .U-NIYERSIW: \ i
are getting along
nicely
very taking a few doses I felt relieved, and .
A keeping house at Mr. and Mrs. Ware's soon thereafter !i
( was entirely cured, and
Bajf Why doesn't an old maid play a DE LAND, FLORIDA. ,
home. violin? She can't catch the bow. have not seen a sick day since. Neigh-
I. The celery men 'are getting a nice p bors of mine have been cured of Rheu- IN AFFILIATION WITH J

bod '- _II crop of Irish, 'potatoes from their What is the difference between a matism troubles, Neuralgia, Liver and "Kidney THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. .
and General ,
Debility. This ; .
farm. tramp and a feather bed? One is hard ,
....
Llate"the j .. 'I I up and the other Is soft down.' is what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N.. C.
Mr. J. B.
Conrad called to see his writes. Only soc, at W. A..Allen's and PRO. RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOftjWCRK IN THE OTHER. ;
OVt. ; Ick cousin Sunday. Geo. W. Fisher's, druggists.
1 Shake Into Your ...hoe.lleQ's *
5 ,
s ( LLEQE: : OF LIBERAL..AUTS
COLLEQE.OF.J'WACADEMY
\- .Jr 03TEEH. Foot-Ease. It rest... the' feet. -
; Ij ::0.. Cures Corns, unlon8JIngrowlnjZ'Nails. Why are boxes at a theater tbe sad- :SCHOOL os\.Tncurojouy'
Special Comipondeooe. deet of
places amusement? Because
the4 Swollen and
Sweating feet. At all NORMAL
.
AND PRACTICE
.
SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN
med.,4th3iJ. -' NG Osteen, Fla..May 11-Mr. W. D. druggist. and shoe stores, 25c.. Ask they are alvraya tiers, (tears), BUSINESS! COLLEGE:

fJ' Denser baa purchased the. Cornell today. SCHOOLS OF Music! AND ART
: : .n' DOESN'TRESPECTOLD AGE. -
residence of this place and will
move .
b' "d It wasn't sister It's shameful when youth fails to, Law Orailuntci admitted< to Practice In Florida without :Ei.mln.tlon. '
here to live this week, together with my nor my brother, A Complete

4KI $! hit wife,.\...daughter, .and two ,eons but still was the child of my father how proper respect for .old age, but An Adequate System and of Competent Correlatod work In Manual T lnlnj' ,,
and mother; who was It ? Faculty; of I'r1 <\\tpn.
: Myself
yr wat I We all extend to these pleasao ..people Just the contrary in the' case ,of Dr A Well Selected and Comprehensive Museum

\ .' i -'a.'moet hearty welcome; Wife-"When;die; and go to heaven King's New Life ,Pills. ,They cut off I Over i0,000 In Buildings and Equipment. I
A
POWDER, i Miss Bobble NlchoUton of GenevapSapfin I Intend to ak Shakespeare If he maladies no mattter how severe and ir. I Splendidly Equipped OymnMlum.
wrote Hamlet" ____A Library of over 13,000 Volume.
jilaltlngi
.Lottie respective of
Leonard old.nge.
W 4 t. Dyspepsia, JaunI I r
'Ab. kIyPIi I the; past week. They went toTituaVifleJVidaj not Hu8band-in heaven."8uppo" Shakespeare !I. dice,'vever: Constipation all yield .to For further Information addrew the President,

; TJISN) JIII""' :to l ar ball,in4. 're-. Wife-'Tn a you atkhlm." <. and this Geo.fAV pekect; ,'Pill.iF..aBU';. :asc-at. W.-A. Allen'- ..,. ., ... ...O !': <* D-, ft.
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