The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 01699465
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Mas.VIDA Z. BABBECKE, M.D., 8000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000IT Tallahassee May 18.-During the
past week: the law-mill at Tallahassee GenerallVIerchandist 1i:
Physician and Surgeon.New is always said that a newspaper cannot be a completesuccess ground out a number of new laws anda

York Ave., DeLand, Fla. Offloe Hour: until it has gone through a' few libel suits. ( ) mended old ones, at the same timea
10..M to 11 r.atoaand7to9r..b' large number of bills met their fate
Up to the first of the present week, THE NEWS had never between the and lower millStones Oldest Established House in the City. :
upper -
A. DAVIS, M. D.,
i'\. GBO. had any experience in this line; notwithstanding which the as one member of the lower !

I Physician and Surgeon, paper has been tolerably successful.On house puts It. The Senate started In DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Offloa Hour: I.A. M.to 12 M.; 1 to 5 and T soBp.atal Monday and set a killing pace during ,

,I t' S p.M.attention to mldwlfey and surgery Monday several DeLand gentlemen, some of whom the week, 25 bills, with more In 4 _SPECIALTIES
- Call. answered at any hour. Office luresIdeace the lower house, fell into the Senate _
Indiana Avenue, went of Court. do not now, and never have owned a cent in THE NEWS,
Houae.x mill hopper ground; to dust. New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard. III
!r, were served with notice that one R. D. McDonald had en- There ,
are three subjects which are
It JOHN tered suit against them in the sum of twenty-five thou- sure to Iring on a fight as soon as DeLa.nd. Florida..

Physician and Surgeon.A sand plunlets, as balm for his lacerated feelings, on the mentioned-whisky, divorce and pen- ,
Qeneral Practitioner,not a Specialist.OSQO slons. The first one Is an ever
'"""" pro. -o o t'0'IOFOt'03o1JJeLand H:>H>K)
"-- over Fisher's. Drug Store. Hour: II to charge of libel and slander I line subject, and comes In all
18; 1 to 4 and. 1 to.. up manners -
r stages and forms. There la a
A. L MUNSON,M.l bill in the House to reduce the priceof Estate Office.

a drink of whiskey to five cents
Homeopathic Physician. ._ ,
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this -
( In
strictly a temperance measure

l : Office Office second. .Uourn door lu south to. U ol A.III.bOl1I M.; s to drug ft and nor T t.,, YsF ) The Introducer argues theque.tlon =: oases For: :::eeD.t

P > .M.JJB. qYs this wise: If a drink of whU-

't; W.8. TAYLOR, Ys \rtr ky is reduced by law to live centsnj -
it r < restriction as to IIlz -thcn the City Lots, Residences '
Surgeon-Dentist. drinker will pet his jag cheaper and
would l leave something for grits and and Unimproved Property.
Office over Fisher's Drug Utoru. DoLaud, Fin
oj. e1 1< r bacon tor the folks at home. The in-
; JAMES B. ALEXANDER trodui'er is In earnest ahout it, too.
r Property of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Pail
r 'f.j Attorneyst-Law. iuA : J4: f To date both houses have had under<
consideration 26 divorce bills, that la""'
Will Practice in State Had Fedwml Courts a
Office*: Koowlll..mlli.. BI..lIl1luck. Ufc-: ., + to say this number have been Intro Land sold for Taxes redeemed.
WilD F WnIDA. duced, and :-M! little bills, erstwhileb t

BERT FISH lit, mark the untimely graves. i J. R. "V\Tetherell

The subject of pensions has taken a Abstract Office, between Post Office and Bank. t tISHiYt
Attorney-at-Law, large/ part of the time in both houses,

with nu result to date, the evolutionsof 1 .i.O141.o.l.O10 ol-O-
Practicing In all State Rod Federal Courts $ -..
Civil or Ciliuinal .bualUHBS. given ourefu. a pension bill arc I lather interest'
attertlon.rAMXSfV. *;: '.. ing. The Senate n mm tee on pen- -

PERKINS, rims l stole all the thunder. and glory A POLICY WILL DO It r;
of the members. having pension billsIn 1

Attorn y-at Law. the S'IM' ite, and reported a substitute something almost wonderful and certainly I

; the Hose committee saw highly satisfactory. 1, A
6olloltorCrlminalCourtof floe In;ail court, witblu Ri thu cord.8lale Will ol i rlor->rao- their chance and went them one better -I It will raise money from the ache N
ida. Office uver Voluala. County !So..... they simply took all the Senate ot a burned down home or store. I as o P swill ,,1

: and lluue !bills .mil !built up a bill of p\y en my thousand per cent 01
E, R. D. MCDONALD, theirimn, whldll11a )K; its appearance Its coat and enable the holder to re

t City Real Estate and Insurance Office. unUer House Bill No. :J.'l: and to forestall build his residence or to make a new k'
r Taxes. Paid. and Kenti Collected for Non- The Handsome late City Engineer who Wants $25,000.00 for any action by the Senate, rushed start in business.

4" Residents.CITY PROP RTY A SPECIALTY. Lacerated Feelings.It the thing! through, If anything! can be FIRE INSURANCE
Agency for tbe Leading American. Fire In- rushed In the House. The Senile j t
snramM Company.1MbE I N A- committee on pensions brought this! la not a speculation ; It's, a nec lIsily. I
BOlt Boulevard, DELAND, FLA.VOLC8IA is presumed that McDonald's inward and outer
.. bill up in short order with the Inten- Permit us to write you up a policy. +
COUNTY feelings were lacerated by the article in the issue of the 8th tion to amend a substitute to their

ABITRACT:! COMPA.NY, instant, telling some things about the condition of the own bill, to the surprise of all another SILLS B. WRIGHT DeLand, Fla,
e. :B. WILSON, MANAGER. substitute made Its debut, and worse
f Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. water works plant when the breakdown occurred on the yet, for both the pension committees,

Kext. to Voluala D..Laud.6Ja.. County iiunk, 5th inst. If there was libel or slander in the article whichwe the Senate adopted' the Interloper,

presume to be the casus belli, we fail to see it, but perhaps but the victory was of short duration; o..o.o o.o.oWo o o o o:;. "0 o o.o..o.o.*.* 11 i
A. H. HCTCHUISON, the Senate cemmlttee on :pensions at -j

Notary Public. the noted counsel employed by the complainant have once proceeded: to load It down and Have You Got It ? '

been able, with their discriminating eye, to point it out up with all sorts of amendments, and :
Dealer in Real Estate. it is now-while still the substitute of

Taxes paid and assessments attended to 101 where others failed to see it. They should be pastmasterson House Bill No. 321-In the Senate on We have "an ax to grind; have

DOD-n ldeota. DeLand Fla., slander and libel questions.It third reading to be given over to the your Our object is to have you

t is also surmised that the suit was brought-well- tender mercies of the House next appreciate the advantages of dealing }
week, and It U: safe to will be
f U. T. ALLEN. M.D.,PH.D. just to stir up a little more fuss about commencement time.If handed back to the Senate In a different with u:!. You will fully appreciate .'

Oculist and Aurist. this was not the case, why was Dr. Forbes made one of abape, and It is very doubtful it when you have tried it. )
whether the parent will be able to r r.----
Orlando DeLand Mondays,over, Lartlgue's Allen's Drug Home.Stole the defendants in the suit, when neither he nor any member recognize his offspring. :Rol:: j.a 1o eE3orsesh.oei.rl.g
Ocala Tbursdayi,Montezuma of his family is or ever has been a part owner in the Any bill to build a governor's man : ,--; ,. -......
.Gainesville Saturdays,Brown House paper? sion la sure to have a hard road to : : : .' \ ,

travel, for which the .
, Bert Fish has been retained to defend the people -
Attorney of Tallahassee are entirely to I BERRY & KENT
WINTERfill Continue Open case. blame, they want too much and give .

uOii:11: &, the Summer Bringing a libel suit on the article appearing in these nothing.940,000 Bills have varying been introduced from $15,000to and NEW SHOP. OP COURT HOUSE,

And solicits the patronage of the traveling columns on the 8th, is a proceeding childlike and bland. one and all have died. No site could o 'o.ow o o a o..o.o o.o o5o.o.o .
also home board.
public parties at desiring
TRANSIENT RATES: 2.00 PER DAY Such a case should be tried in the students' moot court.If have been bought for less than $6,000,
Large,Cool Rooms and Good Table. so they told the committees of both
J. E. COEN.' the case ever goes before a jury-which is very houses. One member of the Senate

doubtful-the true condition of the water plant on the 5th used a rather drastic expression when EMORY .

TURNER. HOUSE, will be testified to by three competent engineers who saw he ball said of Tallahassee he would not, and give he$0,000 can find for

--OP'S: : ALL THB Y""B- the plant before it was put in good condition. many- who have the same opinion.- OOLLEGE

Corner New, York and Florida Avenues, Not until the governor's mansion

DeLand Florida.Location 00000000000000000000000000g ElfPOR/4, faded clear out of sight did they come
and homelike.ee.
_, pleasant healthy o
".. slate: per d.,.. Special rates by the Commencement at S Special Corre pondenoe. to their senses. They now propose to X83G- OXFORD GEORGIA. -1903
w..Ir. L D. MeLoD. ProP. 0 five a site and a committee of both
Emporla, May 18.-Doctor and Mrs.
8 Stetson University 8 houses had been appointed to view
DeLonjr! have returned to their sum
BENNETT' HOUSE, oooooooooooooooooooooooooCommencement the site or sites. It Is very doubtful
mer home In the north. "
is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section
whether the Legislature will furnish
MBS.: u. H. BENDETT, FBOP. Musical.........Auditorium Mia MoUe: Stone of Eldrtdjre! visited
I. Friday, May 22,8:00: p.m. Mrs. J. P. Felt of Emporia Tuesday the money to build a house for the OXFORD Georgia, where there are no local causes to

New Yorkavenue!: ., DeLand. Florida. Law Department-Class Day......Auditorium laat. governor, only'because: the people of sickness. The College will continue to make every
Bales SI to S3 per dart $S to '8 per week Saturday, May S3,B:00 p. ID. Tallahassee are in the grab any and
: Mrs. J. J. Beers and Miss Pauline effort now, as in the past, to send forth young men well furnished
Special rates for families or for seuoe.t Business College Banquet.......Cbaudoln Hall all the time.
Saturday, May IS,t:JO p. m. Ounter of Pierson sailed Sunday from The In physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian s HLl'
ghost of capitol removal U
Jacksonville. They will visit friends
H. C. HAVEN Baccalaureate Sermon..Auditoriu m character
still at large in Tallahassee and that
and relatives In New York.
Sunday, May 84,11.00 a. m. '
Artesian: ,Well Contractor, Vesper Service, ................ ..Auditorium Mrs. J. F. Bradley of Chicago left is the only motive to stir the peopleof Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Fh.B., and 8.B.'
; I Sunday May IU,':IS p. m. here Tuesday for her home in the Tallahassee to do somethl g. Thereto -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in lif..

Dealer and Pumping la Aermotors Machinery., Tank ,Tennis Tournament............Tenni Court north. She will return next fall to a great deal of bard kicking!! about After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of
Monday May SII,8:00: a. m. the present capitol. There la no room
Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. the Sunny South.: studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes.The .
School of Technology 1 for any thing,the halls of both houses
Fishing has been good In Lake Hester
DeLand. Florida. ManualTnaiulngand)V... .......ScienceBalShop .
Work Ujdublt ) for some time. have wretched accoustlca both
chambers have been Central Dining Hall will offer good food at actual cost not to teas.4eight
with wires
Monday,May 25,2:00: m. GUESS: WHO. strung
p. dollars let dollar ...
per month. Furnished rooms are at one per month for _
BLACKSMITHAND: Hall and restrung and still it is hard 'I J.
Meetluii..Chaudoin a
Alumni to
: lodger.. This sf stem U under the Immediate supervision of a member of the 1'...
i Monday,May 25,5:00: p,m. I The DeLand public school closes hear anything at any distance ulty,who la assisted by competent and experienced matron.

l. '- -- '", lIullo ComlD.tlloeweut Departmeot. } .............Auditorium today The DeLand bill has passed the Senate r

WAGON: SHOP Monday,May 8B,8:00 p.m. and Representative Charles Smith All necessary expenses: for the college year may be broognt'"" 'tf t

Alumni Banquet..............Chaudotn Hall Deafness Cannot De Cured will ee to it in the House and may within $175.00.
All kinds of Repairing Monday M..II, 0.00: p. m, by local applications as they Then. It the be relied upon to do the right thingat
.,.Promptly and at ...... diseased portion of the ear. only
DOD; Commencement .Auditorium
i Academy one way to ours deafness and that Is by constitutional the proper time. ..I
; .Hea_ bl. Price.< Tve........May 86,10:001. m. remedies. Deafness is caused by FALL TERM QI-E cs SEPTmmBJ 17,'I .IR
Business College CommeDcement.Auditorium an inflamed condition of toe mucous lining of The Daytona charter bill haa run -- .
the Kustaoblan lube. When this lube Is In-
HOBmmlOEIHGSPECIAL'fY.. Tuesday May SO,8:80 p. m. named you Have a rumbling sound or Imperfect thegauntletof both houses and awaits
College and Law Commencement.Auditorium bearing, and when It is entirely the signature of the Governor.
S 11I0DGgINSi..w. Tuesday,May 18,11:00 p. m.,_ Deafness the result and uolesa the OIOllUd'l For catalogue and other information, address,'
_tI.n-out be taken out and this ." I
President's Reception..........Chaudoln Ball stored to its normal condition hearing Senator Sams bal passed his game
Tuesday,May Its,9:J0 to 11 p.m. destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten are protection bill In both houses, and la
oomencsuent Preacher, caused Inflamed by condition Catarrh,of which the Is mucous nothing I services.but. aa bard at work on the various fish bill. James E, Dickey; PresWfenf, Bev.W.W.LaotlruIlloD. D., Atlanta Oa. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any The.senator Is friend of ,
lommencemedt: Orator College and-'W,1 ease of Deaf oess(oaused by catarrh)that. ...- a fish'
:-. Rev Clarsao A.liart>our, D.>>-,, I 9Ot'.be cured,*by.Hjili' a Catarrh .Cure.- .lIotJtdfOl' A bill to give the railroad comtnis ..
lkIoheeter.l'i.' Y.'c0ta1tHiioestensOtatot .
I Y; k CO.,Toledo,O. 11011' the GBO'QJ.A* ;
BttsMesa CbUea*; b.7' MfI"N power to assess the various .. ,
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u week. They leave because 5 i rail's:; History g c \:

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. year ends-but of course the Bugle Or Now Smyrna'sO Orange City c PLEASANT TO USE. -

needn't mention the cause. O ..0 c (a (.
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooSOME ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOrange
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Cuba is in such good sanitary con- time ago Prof. J. B. Lockey, City, May 20.-Mr. and Mrs. using a good stiff brush and a .j '

'. ( THE NEWS PUBLISHING COJIl'AJiY of the DeLand public Broad of Topeka, Kane., were here in
dition and healthful and from
so that quarantine reliable dentifrice, care (.
(Incorporated.) school, gave the pupils In his history Wednesday and talked to the peoplein !

r -- ---. ----.-,- regulations will probably not class local topics to work up. Five the Congregational church of their }keeping: the teeth clean. .

I CHRIS. CODIUNOTON.. be necessary this year. papers were handed in this week. The missionary work. Mrs. Broad labored ) 1.

v ,_ Business Manager and Editor. -- ---- -- --- papers were examined by Judve J. with the Iroquois Indiana for 17 years. We Have Brushes oi Reliable Bristles ) .

.' A-CUMIN' AN' A-OWIN.' Lee McCrory, pronounced the following i She talked Wednesday afternoon of

4 j 1 1;.' One Tear...Subscription......... .,.....Huies... ............. $1 MiRlxmontha Alexander is a farmer too, so his /!-, by Eugene McElroy the best. her work there. Mr. Broad talked In I. and dentifrices that clean without

; .......... .. .". ...... .... ,.... DO friends claim that it will not be difficult Eugene/! will today receive a copv of the evening on home missions-their injuring the teeth. You '11 be better 4

'. When paid In 1.vRllce. When not peW I In for him to climb over the "O ceola" as a prize (given by THE condition In America. It was all very from of these.FISHER'S. 0
? advance add SO ont.ti all over use
per proper
Bnrra into the rich congressional NEWS. The five papers will be published interesting.We (' .

: Entered M iccond In the emu poiloflice matter.at DeLand, Florid pasturage.-Palatka Times Herald (( In THE NEWS, one each week. are glad to note Mrs. Herrick

The Pal atka Times-Herald SEW SMYRNA. seems to be slowly improving.
& : Advertising rate. furniabed on application says :
: that Jeema Alexander has bad experience Quite a number of our young people ,.
,. Address all COmmiinlcntlona, and innki, (BY EUGENE MCELROY.) i
: J. checks or money orclcia payable to tile company with thirteen inch sheila. went out to Mr. Olascow'a Friday evening '
",at DeLand, Flu. the settlements madein 'i'IVM @
4 Correct, brother, several of them Among many to hear his new grapbophone. It

I l. pierced his political scalp many Florida by different nations, the rendered twenty-eight numbers for
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: I : : years ago, and he will never again most Interesting the one made near them which were pronounced very \ KOLMAN of Orange City? has a SECOND HAND

c4tL.f '?--J."I;, The lftsl issue Of the Lake AVortl feed at Democratic trough.-Pclnu ;Mosquito[ Inlet on the Halifax River, fine. They came home by way of: FURNITURE BUSINESS in DeLand as well as his

4_ News (West Palm Beach) tells al Beach Tropical Sun. about one mile inland from the coast, Lake Helen and DeLand. Some people Hardware and Furniture House in Orange City -
and about hundred and
one twenty.
--------m------ believe "the longest round is
_ : what has been I ., ,.. way
I. length accomplishedduring MR*. THAW SHOULD NOT COMPLAIN.: live miles Routn ot wnere jacicsonviiie the home."
_ : surest way Also making and rcsilverlng- French Plate Mirrors. He Is also agent for the Cherokee
: the past year by the Board ol Kiom tbe Tampa Tribune. is now located.It Miss Nellie Martin entertained a Marble WorSe Canton. Oa. lie is now selUntf Cheaper than eve for the Summer trade Cull
and him City at DeLand.
at Oranyro or
Trade of that thriving city. Sine Mrs. Thaw, motherinlaw of the is not definitely known when this a few of her friends at a 5 o'clock tea -, '.-.--.---

1 May 14, 1902 this board has been specimen of brio a-brac recently pur- place was first settled by white men, Friday evening.Mrs. Fleas of Guilty. A Tribute to DeLand. a
_ chased for the Thaw family delares but there are several theories aboutit.
instrumental in improving the general Rowell is the fore \
spending Rev. J. D. Smith of
that "the freedom with which ciphers It is said that the first residence There were three pleas of guilty before Pennsylvania, __ .
: sanitary condition of the cityi I are thrown about by printers built and occupied by a white man, in part of this week in DeLand in the the Criminal Court on Monday, who spent the winter at DeLand and

has published and circulated descriptive s typical of the age". Well, she what is now the United States, was interest of her book. as follows: John Cbatt, of DeLand, Illegal I 1 St. Augustine, preached at the Bap-

r matter of that section; hat- civn blame her own family, if the built by a Spaniard who was wrecked Mr. and Mrs. Fern left Wednesdaynoon sale of liquor, fined$125 or seven lift church last Sunday morning andn

increased the water pressure, organized printers have not used correct figures off the coat near where New Smyrna for their home in the north. months in jail' ; Sam Edee, of Pier Hi evening./ the course of his sernro i Iin

and fire in speaking of the late trans Is now located. This:: house is supposedto They spent the winter here in !Mr. E. aggravated! assault, fined $50 or four the evening, speaking the temptations .-

,' improved a department action in earls. The matter was as have been built where the ruins fit E. Ireland's cottage./ They have months' ; Ivey McDaniel, breaking: and in the way of the young, he said:

S ; has secured a competent male public and freely talked of as would the old rock house now stand. Upon made many warm friends in Orange entering section house of the F. E "I have been in many places, lived In

'. principal for the public school; bas have been the purchase of an Islandor what authority this story la based we City this winter, who regret their C. Railway, five years in the statYeachrrs large cities and villages, and have

: .. been instrumental in road coo atruc'l a steamboat, and she should have are not able to say, but the fact that departure!! and will be exceedingly penl to!:; I,.ry. had much to do with young' men. 1

tion; has encouraged the improve taken the public completely into Spanish vessels were in those days glad! to welcome them back anotherfall. & know their temptations ; and, after
her confidence Examination.On six months' sojourn in this place, I
ment of the service ha told exactly how frequently wrecked on the shores of
; much was paid for Yarmouth and Florida gives to this theory some degree News comes that Mrs. Bolt is very Tuesday, June 2d, 1903, beginning am here to say that,. in my opiniou,

1 built an addition to the school house: I the terms", of the sale. The American of probability. But granting much better and will soon be well / at 8 o'clock, I will condu.t the the young/! men or young' woman who

has assisted in the organization oi i public is never satisfied with that this:: story of the shipwrecked again. regular/ examination of teachers for comes. to DeLand will find less temptation .

I an electric light and power company: I half confidences, and if the newspa- sailor is true, we cannot then say thtt Miss Alta Rowell!! entertained some Volusia county. The examination for to do wrong than in any placeon

has secured separate waiting rooms pert can't get the actual facts, they this was the first settlement of New of her friends Monday evening/ with white applicants will be in the De this continent. The corner loafer

for white and colored at the rail will manufacture some of it. Now, Smyrna, for the residence of one man candy pull. Land high school building; for colors is not here, the saloon is not here, but

let Mother Thaw come out with all for a period of time can scarcely be applicants In the public school building in their places are the churches and
Mrs. E. H. made business -
way station; has instituted a weather the particulars and tell just what called a settlement.We DeLand Carpenter a (colored: ). the homes and the school. Had I a

signal service; and has assisted it* that battered and spattered noble- have a in trip to Monday. The fee of $1, as required by law, thousand children I would send them
more plausible theory
home town and county in manj man cost her. first Sheriff Turner and Deputy Edwards will be charged. all to Stetson University to be educa-
the settlement of New
Smyrna have been quite busy in this part of ted not only because I believe It be
But whether to
the and BERT FISH
reporters Supt.
to of the effect
ways, say nothing In the fact that for about ten or the this week.
printers have have been county R one of tbe best conducted institution
of the simple possession by a town' with their or figures'not, and however careful twenty years after the settlement of Miss Hattie Fuller and friend made PORT 0MNGE.Special of its kind in all our land, north or

: 'i of a live Board of Trade. The DE' severe the newspapers may have St. Augustine Menendez established a flying visit to her home here Monday.Mr. Correspondence.Port s uth, but because sending my chil.
missions all alongthe coast north
Land Board of Trade accomplished been in their criticisms, the mother and south of St. Augustine, and, that Joe Baker has a very sick in Orange, May 18.-E. M. Me dren bere, they would be safe from a

;4 many good things a few years agc, I ''ias no right to complain, for her one of these missions/ was probablythe fant. Dr. Davis of DeLand Is the Daniel, his two boys and Taylor Me: thousand temptations that meet the

; ) but our people are now (too bus> part in the affair has been anything origin of New Smyrna. In sup. physician.Mrs. Daniel and wife have all gone down youngat every step in other places."
but creditable. It E. A. Hill returned from her 4. .
was, to all intents Indian River on a cruise.U. .
of this there Is
fighting and quarreling with tacl port theory a stone
ind purposes, an bargain and visit in Jacksonville:: Tuesday. S. Robinson and Fred Johnston
_ house in New Smyrna, on the inside AILMENTS.There .
other to work for their
own and tb< .sale much Miss Esthei H. Walker who left
as so as if the girl had walls of which are crosses and marks have returned from Banana River, is an aching and tired feeling;
common good. Iu" few month, been the block for fortune here last August for a Quaker home ash but
i put on that indicate that it was built by as it was too rainy to catch the liver, bowels and kidneys become

.t they will see the error of their way. hunters to bid on. And it was not Catholics. These ruins are today, and for Invalids in Norrlstown, Pa., diedon will return when the weather get sluggish and inactivethe_ digestion impaired

_ will come together and work in hai- m rely a sale but it was a sale whereth for time out of memory have been the 21st of April. She had beenan settled. with little or no appetite, no
ie and counter-of- Invalid for the past twenty-five imbition for anything and a feeling
was hlgIing' Mrs. Henry Sargent has gone to
known Mission.(
the old
before. An as Spanish
as never
; mony ener- fe 's on each side before the bargainwas }'ears. Oak Hill with: her three-weeks-ol that the whole body and mind needs 5
r ergectic Board of Trade could However this first settlement may toning up. The trouble is, that
accomplish Mr. A. H. Ryland of DeLand and
completed.Mrs. baby to reside. Her sister Emma accompanied -
have It is certain that
I originated/ as winter there has been an accumulationof
: much good for DeLand Thaw knew what manner of his family were in Orange/! City Wed her.
waste the
early as 1681 there was quite a large matter in system. Her-
; j just now. If our people would just man she was dealing with. She town at this place, occupied by whites nesday vising his brother. Earnest Brohm has /crone to Potaskl, bine L will remove it, secure to the secretions

work in unison and harmony, the)' Knew turn to be a decayed and dis and Christian Indians, who gave It Mich., to clerk in a large/ hotel there a right exit, and by its tonic ci(1
h credited of fortune- death and desertion to about six hun fect fully restore the wasted
specimen the Wm. Johnston had bui't another -.
g r could make DeLand bloom as the the name of Tomoka. During that
hunting aristocracy, who had run same the hostile Indians de. dred. room to his house, to be used as a and give strength in place of weakness.
p rose this coming winter. Will they away from his creditors at home year In the year 1776 application was kitchen. 500. at all druggists. 5. '
stroyed the settlement, and what became .
dolL i,' and was on the look out for wife made to the authorities at St. Augus- ; :
j: _,_ -- a of the i inhabitants is not known.In Elmer Dapont Is: clerking this gum DeLand will have an immense '
with a dowry which would enable tine to be released! from their contract mer for Captain Fozzard. LeConte crop
the year 1780 some people from pearethisseason. A pick-
plan is now on foot to consoli4c him to return home and face his saving that it was worse than I
the Bermudas, attracted by the fine Rev. C. W. Arnold gave us a fine agestablishmentisneeded.
all the email street railway dishonored financial slavery. The petition was granted .
obligations.Aud last and administered
live o.ik timber from which they could sermon Sunday
between Pittsburg, Pa., with this knowledge of the build good boats, came to this place. them and they were released. LIb-- the Holy Sacrament.The MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERSI |

man the was dealing with she wenton eral offers were made to Induce themto last card for the season How many chlldien are at Ibis season
St. Louis Mo., and to build n The name which they gave to this : party i
and concluded the virtual sale of remain, but they said they had suffered will be held at social hall on Monday feverish niul constipated, with bad .
1 line between these poin's place was Mosquito. The success of !stoiuiuli and headache. Mother Oray'j .
: her own flesh and blood. The vendorof too much already and on that
to"A this the fine climate the evening. Powders for Children will
I; of about 750 miles The colony, pro always cure.
: the human property attacks and ductiveness of the soil and many account would stay no longer at New If worms are present they will certainly

.I l company will be capitalized al condemns the American papers because other attractions drew the attentionof Smjrna. They went to St. Au"us'lr e Confederate( Meeting Postponed.The i move them. At all dmgglsci.25cts. .

$100,000,000, and will oper they saw proper to assist her in a body and received small' tracts 01 meeting of ex.Confederatt's oihe : Samples' mailed FREE Address -
the English.Consequently/ land 1st proximo, has been postpontd Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
in giving publicity to the transaction on which they built homed and
through electric cars, using the during the same year until Monday, the 6th. .
/ Really this uiotheiiolaw of raised vegetables.! And among the .
en route for feeders. that Mosquito was settled by these I Trains on Orange City Branch.
nobility too much. most citizens of St.
,1 -- assumes respected AugusIn -
I In St. Johns.
from the Bermudas there Wanted
people was
-- ..- u_._. t.ml"__ _tre_ _. t.hplr_____ aeuceni12nt._____________. In order to make connection at Orange -
We were at first led to believe a company formed in London at the In 1703 when Florida was ceded to Simeon James, a negro wanted in City Junction with Atlantic
Up to the Papers! to Quit. head of which was Dr. Andrew Turn- St. Johns county on the charge/ of lar Coast' Line train No.
c 4' that our representatives in Congress Spain, New Smyrna was deserted on arrested about four milea 35, the trains
: ceny. was
: .. were entitled to some credit for ob The Stetson scandal will not down, bull. This company procured some account of the Spanish government south of Osteen by Deputy Sheriff operated on the orange/ City Branch
not If the DeLand papers can keep it fifteen hundred colonists from Smyrna, known as Nos. 3 and 4
Edwards will
wanting them to swear allegiance to on Wednesday. run on
taming the Indian War fund. But alive.-West Palm Beach Tropical Greeks, Italians and Minorcans, and the Spanish crown and become Catholics the: following! schedule commenclnl'Monday

1 we are now told by the state papers began a settlement at Mosquito, and '
4th 1903
Sun.The and but few of the old settlers Matching In Furniablugs. May :

;. a: that the entire credit is due Waitts Volusla County Record Is doingall changed the name to New Smyrna in ever came back. It practically remained Too much matching Is not considered No.S-Leave New Smyrna............8JBO: pm

: and the other lawyers, for which the talking nowadays, the DeLand honor of the country from which they uninhabited until 1810:! when desirable lu house furnishing as It Is -Arrive\rrlveOl'1lnlr"Cjty Orange City .Junction..420....... .....4:15 j\'ut\

News has nothing to Prob- came. Dr. Turnbull did not come to apt to result In a tiresome lack of variety. No.4-Lv. Orange City unction ...... pm.
: they should be paid. Hero wor- / more say. Florida with the expectation of finding Florida was ceded to the United I One authority says, "Anybodycan Jv. Orauae City......... ....4J4.4Jp.: f,m m
ably the editor Is meditating coup States. Ar. New bin/run ................fIOO: pin
is a fickle delusion. match. but It takes a master baud
cl'etat.-'t1'est Palm gold and return home, but he .
After this settlers began to occupyall to introduce the proper color touches <
: came tn plant a colony and to cultivate
I ? -t' Fensacola'a annual election takes [THE NEWS has been ready, willingand the soil. the land along the coast and there stud produce harmony." DISASTROUS WRECKS.

T41 anxious to cease the discussion of were sixteen large plantations Carelessness is -
: responsible for
place June 2. The two candidates Before leaving Smyrna the men many i ,
this matter for several months, but which were destroyed by the Indians a railway wreck and the same causes
i j for mayor are C. E. Jones, the pres- forced were put under bondage, that is after That are making human wrecks of sufferers r
i we are to continue it by tbe in 1930. At the close of the Indian ____ .'" ,
,, ent incumbent, and T. E. Welles, Record, which fills its columns every they reached Florida they were to War New Smyrna was again left desolate from Throat and Lung troubles. But .;.
work a certain number of to since the advent of Dr. "" ,
years pay King's New
chancellor of the Grand week with falsehoods in vain but settlers old and Tired
; t past grand a at- new began to Feeling Discovery for
\. fur their passage and support, and after Constipation, Coughsand
4 ),r Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Welles tempt to injure the school and drive they had worked their time out come again, and in 1861 at the beginning :I .e Colds, even the worst cases can: I>.
'- whole-souled fellow Dr. Forbes away, in the Interest of Its of the Civil War it was once a Common Spring Trouble.It's cured: and hopeless resignation is n '
; is a great, big, they were to receive tracts of land
q9' boss.-ED.] a that the blood Is longer Mrs.
more, a prosperous town. And all sign deficientIn necessary. Lois Cragg of
43 .. and very popular throughout the eo the size of which was in proportion to through the Civil War the Port of vitality, Just as pimples( and other Dorchester, Mass., is one of' many "" /t
the rank of their families. Dr. Turn-
Next to man's whose life was saved by Dr. ; A'
a family and business Kings
state. New
: considered important
Smyrna was so eruptions are signs that the bloodIs
: + nothing should stand dearer to a man's bull did not delay, but he set about New Discovery. This great remedy is ,
L. Jim Alexander will soon atari heart than the community in whichhe clearing olT the land after which he by the Federal soldiers that a Impure.It's guaranteed for all Throat and Lung

.. lives. It is home. It is the place built some large Indigo vats, dug/ son- blockade was ordered at this port. a warning, too, which only the diseases.by W. A. Allen and Geo. W.

out on his campaign. He will visit In which he earns his competence and canals for irrigation, and to have At the ckse) of the Civil War New hazardous fail. to lIeed.Hood's Fisher, druggists. Price Soc, and f I.oo. '>!

i in the Second District. educates his children. If he wants to Smyrna was again almost depopulated Trial bottles free. '\.
f every county water he wells and
make it as popular, as thrifty and drinking dug some '"
---- Alexander says he intends to pat : widely known as possible, he cannot walled them up from the bottom with but the healthfulness of the location Sarsaparillaand
I afford to be indifferent to and the means by which one NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ,
liberally as anything coquino rock.: He then began to plant Pills ,
: ,
.. ronize the newspaper that will further these ends. It can could gain a Ilvlhood, attracted many DEED UNDER SECTION dOl' QQAP-

he'considers this the best and cheapest be said that a town that is not worthy large plantations of sugarcane ard settlers. Very soon a railroad was Remove It, give new life, new courage Tim 4888, LAWS OF FLOKIOA. ';1.1
He of tbe devotion of its citizen! in mak indigo, which was very valuable enterprise JOTICE I. hereby 'tven that a.L. Hutobln. ''
the built this and '
mode of reaching people. through place which strength animation. .l'
lug it widely and generally prosperous as was shown by the net valueof gave .. son,pn'Cbaser or talE oerUllo"w No. IBM ..J I.
x remembers what elected B. Hudson is. a town in which it is not worth first of which new life to the settlement and buildIng They cleanse the blood and clear the ,'.ted the Sib dy orjuue,A.D., less, hM aieJ .J,
;,: : the crop indigo/ was 11,1 n..rtlftcale In my 00cc and has mad "?-" '
while to live at all. If a town U any. worth three thousand dollars. was begun, and many Improve complexion.: lleallon fur IHX Sea d to luua In nooordmno-
Burr.. _ _ thing it in worthy of our greatest energy ments made, changing it from a mere with law. Bald certificate. embrace* tfce fulowitiir 4.!
whether we receive an immediate The population of New Smyrna was Accept no substitute. .. .
The Legislature will adjourn dividend in dollars settlement into prosperous town. I felt tired all the time Florida tiwt) .
and cents about thousand. The and could not
or now two colony JI:U or nwH g 'k week after next. The session BO I whether we merely take our share of seemedtoprosper until Dr.Turnbullun- lleep. After taking Hood's Sariaparllla 10 ncrva j.. '
the common benefits accorded our Atty. James E. Alexander will givea a while I could sleep well and tbe The aaid land being nuemed at the data of
:. far lisa been devoid of sensational- home town.-American fortunately left his business In charge tired the iMiiiKnce. of auou oeitlfloata In the name _
-M Record. banquet at the St. Elmo this evening feeling had gone. ThIs great medicine baa 01 Rat alalor Company Umeu said eerttfioat*, '.
r.......r !?lam. Not a great many bills have of agents who treated the colonials: from 10 to 12, to the members of ilso cured me of scrofula." MB*. O. M. deed bill will bu redeemed according to law' lax
THOSE issue thereon
FOR WHO LIVE ON The of this insurrection on the S3d day of ,
cruely. result was an -
be hoped Law SOOT, Glkad, Conn.Hood' June, A.D.
111beD passed, and ILLS i to the Department of the University 1000.'
FARMS. that caused deal of Wtn,;a official seal '
a great my nlirnatura and tola -
-; .1 J have beCn care- tbe local bar and the press. Can Sarsaparilla promises to t2ddsyotMayA.D.ieus!
: Pana
those Dr. Bergin Ill.
passed writes: "I trouble.
This was put down In 1769 didate Jim Is a hustler. cure and keeps the promise. (Seal] gAM'I.D. JOBDA '
f l1 considered and legally enacted. !have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always and the leaders taken to St. Augustine Clerk Circuit Court Votuala Co. '
recommend it to ray friends, as I --' --- I'la.'r
for trial. Five convictedand
A. P were
____ am confident there is'no better made.It I
,-' .4. Alexander.. may never be congress- is a dandy for burns." Those who sentenced to'death, two of whom

-' ____-. ,- --but if he doe succeed, it will live on farms are especially liable to were pardoned and a third was released Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic .....

best-. thing thai''ever hap- many accidental cuts, burns and bruises upon the condition that he

Ii. fo _YIUS1 county which Liniment heal is rapidly applied.when It Ballard's should alwaysbe Snow In would be the excutor of this of the other two.. I has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half]Mo1: :

'f--- kept in the house (or cases of emergency. ,. consequence, In nine after mismanagement the settlement | bottle>> Does this record of merit aDDeal to yoq? No Cure No Pay. :5Oc.r

1 qre veuBt1.t ;; 2Sc., 500.. and $1.00 at all drug- years e.s4 wits .uis-y.... Ie a T_ '-'...oIC'OV'O'.Lhw.... : Its members were reduced by
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0- to Aid the Stenographer In Effect on Human lludy Shown byMane ',. '. ,
.! i OF A TRUTH Trttn...!rlbluar Note.. HolvnllUo, T.,.*t.. Famous Nature--.tudnfWBlltluar I.arl.; ;P''! .

i One ofthe trluls of the stenographer> Tobacco, like all elements which have I BEFORE THE FLOPOne Lootar to Va.Mr Olrla. ,o!

Is to find a place for the notebook, an effect upon the nerves,, differ! widely i John Burroughs, the well known net l lurnllst "

,,i [original] wbere It will be within easy reach of lu Its actions upon' different individuals who will be the president's .01.' 4
u'+ Milton Clifford Was born and lived ''t '
the eye and yet securely held against and no sleeping statements cane m companion on his long rides In tbe Yellowstone
rich. The that had of the Record's Many .
only thing
ever folding up while the notes are being made, says a writer In the World's park this spring Is well \ :tI. I
troubled him was that his wife, whom Washington. not, as elsewhere r'c;" .1''.,
transcribed. It should be remembered, Work. Upon most constitutions Its action Articles of Last Fall on known ...
he devotedly loved, was In delicates In his capacity as naturalise:
is deleterious It Is Injurious ,
nays a writer In the Philadelphia Tub- :
health, and be feared that he might i University Trouble. but as an expert bank examiner long .
He the before the period of complete I ;
S" lose Ledger, that closer the book can p
her. If he did
not sympathize with attached to the office of the comptroller ,
development and cannot be used before
the it that he considered bo placed to the keys the lest danger
poor, wits of the currency for, like Irving
the age of twcnt '-I1\'o without The following article is taken ver
them of a different genus, such nit the there Is of becoming confused glancing hurui.Dr. and Hawthorne, Howells Richard V'Jm,
20th issue
brute creation lie bad an excellent buck and forth. It Is this special :::F.+. batltn from the September : Ol'antVhlte., Bret Harte and othersof
Seuver: director of the physical
fit of the DeLand Record which Is now IQ'JI
conception of his rights and did not feature of
supporting the notebook laboratory: at Yule, tabulated the record a brilliant literary list whose'" names ti
: propose that any one should deprive close to the keyboard which recommends of the students entering that university devoting/ nearly all its space every will\ occur to most memories unaided M

biro of anything he possessed. Indet the use of the invention just designed during nine years, when till the t i week to a vllltticatlon of the same he has made government work boll the

}lft'\' aad sent several persons who had by a New York man to aid the young neu"el'o examined and uieas t" president and trustees so highly/{ com pot while his genius furnished his delight ''

stolen from him to the penitentiaryand stenographer.In ured. Thu smokers averaged fifteen mended In September. An intelligent In life, says the New York Post's ,1h,

felt that he bad conferred a favoron the picture the device IB shown months older than the iioiisiuokers ::1: public Is capable of judging tbe "rea 1 correspondent He Is also held lu high

the state. In position on the machine with the They were also shutter Iu stature. 1\, sons" for this flop The heading/ and regard by the Washington disciples/ of Y

Clifford because was very his wife fond of flowers leaves of the hgpk secured in they IMcotlmInterferes with growth; and (oo article follow, in full: Walt Whitman whose friend and sIncere I
partly was fond of
its effect lu that regard I Is! very uu'as admirer be was throughout the .'_ it
them. Every morning In winter lie uruble. At Yale during[ the four years UNANIMOUSLY VINDICATED.W ; poet's life. What bus astonished many '
would go to the conservatory and gather -
course the nonusers of tobacco, although of his old cronies Washington is his a
a bandful to place before her at tile Found Ho bachelorhood lu the face of',,
; taller when, they enter, (ruin 21 The University Rumors to l persistent:

. breakfast would bring table them while from In the summer garden be <9 per cent more In height/ ami 1 '!ti,1 percent False In Every 1'iirtlctilur. the fact that he Is esteemed so "eo.t.\:
more In girth of chest than do the erally by the women, and especially
One June morning when his Jacque j9 "At the meeting of the Board of
habitual users.: Dr. llltchcofk of Am the young women with whom be Is
minot and American of 7i. Trustees. here evening and
Reality roses Thursday 'X
hem college found even greater differ thrown !In contact. It Is recalled that
which he was very proud were in $ nil day Friday, the tlilHculty at the ,,
ences. The inference In the I lung capacity soou after he settled down in his home I
exbau.rit ..
79 patiently -
bloom he went out to gather the usual University was
Il' Is very striking; iu the two classes lively investigated and resulted in a on the banks of the Hudson he visited I
for the breakfast table. What
i. .' supply and has been noticed by all observers W> complete vindication of Dr. Forbes. i Ioughkeepsle and looked over the Vus-
his horror
at that severalof
was seeing
t'h i 1 It shows the effect of tobacco uu the \W There were twenty out of twenty- ear foundation. Something was said
the younger bushes had been torn respiration, nicotine being a potent depressor. 1.IfC-VX. three of the Trustees! actually' pr. s'X' to him by one of the girls about lecturing
up by the roots and taken away ? 'T I 10 ent, and the Board has In Its number k' 1\\ to the college "I lecture onlyon
"Ah these reseals who live about :vM some of the most distinguished: men "
As regards the effort of nicotine on "V nature, he answered blillterlll&ly."and ,
here," be exclaimed, 'there nro not '1/r ,|u In this and other states. '
the mental is to to nature
It Is preference
processes more my go
enough prisons to contain them! I will W The decision l of the Board Is. received k' Y
to interpret tho meaning/ \, statistics and for my Inspiration Instead of trying to
with the utmost pleasure
watch with No sjf
tonight myself
the earth to have been a gun.but re; NOTEBOOK SUPI'OI appears Yale only 5 cent use tobacco while l will be sure of an audience who would get up"
cently disturbed\ The plants must have clamp and the open page of notes exposed per ::v and the whole matter finally M !
for reading. The upright of the men who do not get appoint !.tS) and fo. ever dropped. curly enough to hear me, I would give "
been stolen this doubtless sup-
early morning ments 00: per vent use It. It Is not uecessury ,K, While the rumors were current the walking lecture tomorrow at sun-,:
port of the holder is attached to \
for the flower market copy ,
to V confidence; and the high esteem held, "
Interpret this as meaningthat e.
, As he spoke he saw a little girl fur either the frame of the machine or the !in \
of the DeLand
mental decrepitude follows the 1'yr Ijf on the part people, k'f.1J' Not a little to his surprise be wasOWKkenel.1
across bis broad acres climbing over carriage, and the horizontal clamping ifL Dr. Forbes" were never shaken; they ''
use of tobacco by for there "'; the next morning about 5 :
k the fence. Il was difficult for her to do member is pivoted on the support, permitting young I\\,'y> loyally and unflinchingly stood by aW :
are other factors to be considered, but o'clock by the voices of forty or fifty a'
1' it the been idralK. ,
eo, for in each baud she held a rose to swing across carriage : man whose life had always "
it is certainly uot conducive to the best for Mt girls on the doorstep and in tbe front ,
< bush. or around to the side of the machine. ?! and an admirable example a per-
; "The brat!"exclahnedClIlTord. "She'll I U The book-being; opened- at the proper work.: ,t son holding the high position that he M':I IIt yard of the house where he was itayiftg -.

be in before tomorrow place, the upper portion is forced Into I ;i5| does. This result of the Investigation/ -='a great pool of girls," as be afterward t-,
a reformatory I REIN SUPPORT.. Ti, of the rumor, as unanimous! as absoy expressed U, "bound not to miss
7 the clamp, the lower half resting on asecondary
night, or I'll resign my citizenship P > lute, as positive as it was, was no !urHf their walk. When I heard them whispering -
He to the fence and climbed it. support on the front of tho
ran t to the of UcLand. With
Alabama Mnn'n Invention Should Brleimlnv p prise people and moving about, out I came
'The little girl had disappeared down machine. When a page of notes is fin to Driver.. *L almost an all night'a session and all after
the road, but be ran till be caught Ishe to the heels all
greatly find
: stepping on my along
eight of her; then to discover whore under the auxiliary clamp, while tbe ,,,$: intlrmlltllollhls eminent body of '
comfort and safety of driving has recently k'i they were so anxious to hear everything ,
she disposed of his wares he shadowed book itself can be closed and the copy men who came here, at tra request of
examined when necessary without losing been Invented by Mr. "", S. '*.y> Dr. Forbes: to invrstiug, Jj these ru- I't '- I said. But that didn't matter.
lier. A mile from his place was n cem
the place. Neal of Brewton, Ala. It consists: t t jV mors, went into every ifctail; made a I bad stout shoes> on..
child and
etery. Into this the turned fL andy
most searchingInvestigation,
"walked toward a portion used by the found not one scintilla of evidence toy I

poorer classes. Clifford was surprisedand What America IIa. luvcutnl. even base a charge! upon, and this An Anecdote of Duma.

followed her cautiously to see This country invented the parlor, Tf. verdict, the verdict of some of the t Speaking of Alexandra Dumas a
what she would do. She stopped at n sleeping and dining cars, the pressed ti::W 1 most eminent men of this country, isp writer says that hi? chief characteristic

freshly made grave and, scooping a steel freight car, many of the best features \&,.: accepted as absolute and llnal.v kl was his utter disregard oi money.

bole In the rounded earth with her fingers of the modern locomotive, the The DeLand people heartily congratulate He made millions, but never had a

began to plant one of the rose- airbrake, the automatic coupler and a &> / Dr Forbes on this unanirV franc ut his command. "For example."
host of related devices, and it runs the "; moue. vindication and endorsement, I
S bushes. Hearing Clifford's step behind mot" continued said he. "upon one occasion Dumas bad
for the
as: long as rumors
her she turned, then cowed like the fastest long distance trains i r t, iiiF- there went with them a reflection : Invited company to dinner, and. find

guilty one she was 'W upon himself upon the position>: he ing that he did not stand possessed of i
A "You little thief! I've got you, and occupies In the Unlv.rsltDeLand ; a single cent, drove to a friend's and
.. ,,_ ".;::11
I'll teach you not to steal. There are "''VI and her people I\o'! \ nuked him to lend him 2 loula. Thin. his

I children's prisons where they will get 1t($ The groundless rumors: have done t friend readily did, and as Duwas was

I"! the badness out of you." oODDA V the: University no harm as our people t his leave suggested as he had
would be the result More k'' 1i'J 1\\
The cringing child cast a frightened Y feared Jus deco getting BOIL- very Hue pic-
students will be here next week than
ill glance up at him. mt kles: he would be glad to give him a Jar \
here at previous ;
r; were ever any open.ing ;'
}:' "You're very young to be in such V and the University year beyond //I':! to add to his dinner. The servant wa

\> -*.. business. How'old are you?" western method of transplantinglarge "$ doubt is assured the best by long odds 1 sent for the pickles. and when he put '

t. r. "Six" trees is thus described In the Scientific t.: it has ever had. .' the jar In the currlnge, Dumas having .

J" ,. "And who pars you for stealing rosebushes American: "The tree which Is ,.t Y The members of the trustees present no other change. ut him. dropped \

' and planting them on graves?" being transplanted U never handled In ;.5 at the meeting last week: were: the 2 Ionia lu the man' hand." ,,/4
, k "No one" THE:: SIPPOKT IV USE. :'F,. John B. Stetson, president, Phllay ;-,
any other way than from its base. To
the cll.'ntHlcUlel'lcun delphla S. B Wright, secretary, Defa 'L,
;' "No one? Do you mean to tell me explain the method: In a nutshell, It says of a sluj' ; Caution. f
; Land Hon U. A. Ile Land. Pairport,
tl that you are doing it for fun?" way be stated that the earth and roots pie support which can be readily attached ; "Well bob what Is It?" asked the I
N. V.; Rev D.uldIoort': D IV, Ge- ;:;;
. ;i "It's for mamma. She was lid there ure Incased In a steel: basket of any required to a vehicle to prevent the 0 nc\a. N Y.; Uev. R. S. McAnhur, D "'! druggist of the small boy with a bottle

, '0 ;yesterday. She was sick a long time. size which correspond to the reins from getting, beneath the tall of ,::$ D, New York, N. Y.; Rev W. N. I In hiM hand. I

, Sbe was so fond of flowers. Every duyI Uowerpot of the florist. The first oper I the horse. The device alno does! away *;, t'haudoln, D D, LaGrange, Fl.i.; E. "Please, sir but here's the medicine f I
used from I. with the necessity of constantly holding 1\\; 1 tJ Land. Fla. James. S. I got for. me mother '
to beg a few a flower store ation lu transplanting a tree by this :1 Y: 0, Painter, ; an Itf.ur ago. to
near by. The flower man was so good method Is to thoroughly wet the earth the reins up, since the weight of ''y Turner, Levyvllle, Fla.; H. B. Stevens, r. "Yes. and what's the matter wl.'I'lIt "

to me. lIe used to give me some of about the tree, softening the ground. the reins passing over the support will DeLand. Fla.; Rev, Thomas J. Spark- ?"

those that were nearly faded But Illlu't Next In order Is the placing lu position keep them taut The driver Is thus at V> man, DeLand, Fla.; Theodore) C.M i "You didn't write on the bottle

< think he could spare rosebushes of the steel basket which Is made of liberty to rest his Lands, on hilt lap. l\-i Search, F'hiladelphia; J. T. Clake, whether It was to be taken eternallyor
mot" DeLand. Fla. Hev. William H. Stewart :: :
lie's not rich enough. I saw yours from curved steel 1 shovels. A medium sized The support comprises a rod provided V>( DcLaiul;; Covtl'IlOrVllilam; S. ""f lufertirtll.v. and she's afraid of making

'. the road and thought how mamma machine inclosing earth and roots sis with n Crosspiece I ut Its upper end r"t; Jennings/ TalUhasnee; Fla.: Frank ..1.Longdon m a mistake."Detroit Free Press.

would like to have them bloom over feet In diameter Is composed of four. on which the 1'111"I'e! supported and rf.t DeLand: Mayor D. U. ,_ ._ \1..
lier." teen shovels> made of flve-sixteeuth at Its lower end It Is threaded Into u | Fletcher, Jacksonville Fla.; B. F. The lu.eDIUue1'Lod.: jI -'

The child burst Into a flood of tours. Inch plow steel, each of the shovels being cluiup which secures It to the vehicle. ,M 'amp, White Sl'rln/"II'la./!" : J. B. Law, :Museum Agent-Whut's wrong with

For the first time in Milton Clifford'slife hinged to a steel platform sur. This threaded toimectlon permits the DeLand; E. B. Solomon, Dayton. Ohio. our new midget? He doesn't seem to *

it was brought home to him that rounding, the tree. After the shovels device to be adjusted to any convenient 0 The only trustees represented by draw.

the human heart beats alike in the rich have all been driven Into place they an height, where It Is secured by ft proxy| were E. B. Moody, Lake City; Manager-Of course not. See what a t
Arthur G. Hamliii DeLand and Byron ,
the mother of lock nuts. mess you've made of the advertlie- J
and the poor Was not firmly secured to the platform by crossbars t : Batavia N. Y.
his own children delicate, and might he by which the whole tree can ba When applied to a one horse vehicle Huntley, m..nts'ou''e put his height at three

not lose her? Suppose that she were a lifted from Its bed. the rod takes the place of the bolt bn N >t. Make It thirty-six Inches and the

poor woman and there were none but "The lifting apparatus Is then adjusted which ordinarily holds the crossbarand people will ('OUie"ltb a rush.-New f'f'tE'l

stolen rosebushes for his little Edith, about the tree and two men lift sliurlelrop together. When applied .: ':' F -" """ York Weekly.
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the same ago as this. child to plant on tho tree out of the ground by screw to a two horse vehicle, the clump is

her grave. In twinkling the old Clifford power raising It to Its position In the slipped around the tongue or It may -
passed away, and In the bosom of transporter The operatives have com- be attached to the single und double i -- ,

the new this child (I.P. stealing his bushes plete. control of the machine at all trees of the vehicle lu the same manner -

to plant on her mother's grave had times, and tbe tree may be raised, low a< applied to the crossbar and singletree I

Imbedded a live truth. A cemetery at. ered or held at will. After the tree has of n one horse vehicle.Wrlltuw ; >

I tendant came sauntering up the path, been removed from Its old abiding placeit FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY !
a short pipe between his lips a spadeon is laid back on the cushion of tbe With the Voice.

his shoulder. skeleton wagon which Is to convey It to The human voice no longer needs a in

"Come here," called Clifford. its new location aud Is thus transported Bosvicll to baud its history: down to Deposit your Money

The man recognized the rich owner through tho streets of the city beingat new generations. It can write Its autobiography

of the beautiful place down the road such an angle that the branches puss If It will, not merely on

and hurried toward him, touching his under telephone and telegraph wires! : the ear to die with the bearers passing Che Bowery, Savings BankOF

and other overhead obstructions. Incidentally memory, but In permanent form on

bat."Plant these rosebushes for the little it may be noted that the tree |I tablets that may be stored away In archives -I \

be "then to garden, the to outlive man's recoll t1ou.
+ girl, said go my rests so lightly; upon cushion: that r
get more and plant them also." lIe there Is no strain whatever upon tbe II The apparatus which makes this poa
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lipped a coin into tbe man's band, then body of the tree. Upon arrival at Its Bible Is described In a recent book. The THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

turned to the little girl. destination the tree Is slowly lowered Instrument which is Intended for scientific .

"My child, have you eaten your Into tile hole which has been preparedfor classification of a spoken word F ./ Chartered Jfi34 Now has J4O.OOO Depositors.

f breakfast?" It, and after the transporter has I Is simple. Three sound transmitters, "n.f k.

'.. "No, sir. I haven't any breakfast to been removed the earth is filled In and j I a mouthpiece a email olive shaped bulb ', ::1. Assets nearly
eat" tamped about the basket. When all is to fit In the nostril and a pad to be fastened ,

"Come with me." secure; the shovels are withdrawn, upon the thyroid curtilage by n -i 9 -

.' f Taking her dirty little band In his, be leaving the tree fully Imbedded without rubber baud are connected by tubes 100000000.00

; led her to his home and. placing her at the loss of any of Its original sur- with rubber covered disks, In whose

a table, ordered food set before her and rounding earth containing Its fibrous centers styles are fastened. These ( One Hundred Millions )

::. watched her satisfy a hunger that bad or hair roots. Among the advances in styles register the vibratory movementsof

.. not been appeased since her mother's this method of tree transplanting Is the the voice as they are transmitted to .All the earnings belong to and are held for the benefit of depositors. The t> :'nk is managed by 43 ;

Cl t deatli. Then directing his housekeeper operation of the lifting and conveying them upon a revolving blackened cylInder Trustees who give their services gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone, except to depositor,
r' to clothe her In some of Edith's garments device according to the points of tbo In white lines, which can be photographed

he went upstairs to his wife's compass making It possible to plant and printed.
.room. the tree In the exact original position." SW" Deposits Received and Drafts Paid by MailMl -

"Amy. he "rosebushes Great Natural Flying Machine
said were Pnttlna PI ante on a Diet.
l I taken from the garden this morning, A new experiment In plant feeding The largest flying machine In nature ''Printed instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded tajl: -

and [ caught the thief." ; Is being carried on In the departmentof Is found by Langley and Lucas to have Bank ,
"I'm sorry for that. You'll send him agriculture. As the amount of, nItrogen !been the Ornithostoma Ingena the any person on application to The Bowery Savings ,

to prison. What did you do with him?" in clovers, peas and other le- greatest of the pterodactyls of ancient 128 and 130 Bowery, New York. t *

., "It was not a be, but a she, a child gumes Is of prime Importance to the days whose body weight was probably tx r

,' just Edith's age. I brought her home nourishment of the farmer's soil, science about thirty pounds and whose extended WILLIAM H. S. WOOD President t

' and !rove her a good breakfast I Is trying to find a way of administering wings measured about twenty JOHN ... SINCLAIR, 1st J1<<-? e.HdenL ROBERT B. WOODWARD M YUf-Pmtdent, I
' ... "Why Milton," exclaimed the wife, the nitrogen artificially! In a feet from tip to tip. The largest of existing -

") '' with a pleased surprise, "how did you chemically prepared food. Like Dr.Wiley's flying creatures la the albatross, TRUSTEES. f M 1
\i- I which has JOHN W AlTKtN. Jou'B, EHHABDT. MABK W. MACIAT.QKOROI JORM J. BnreLAia. I";
come to do that? I borax boarders, the plants first .. a weight of eighteen pounds HUGH D. AncHiNoum.GKOBOI FAULKNZR. MCNEIR. WILLIAM M. SPACKKAX. '
"' "She stole them to place on her moth- I took to the new diet in various doubtful I and a spread of wing of eleven and one-' F. BAKE. :a"TD3. OALLAWAT.: BETH M. MILLIXER. JAMES STILLMAW. dNT .l'
er'1 I thought SUPPOSe-IUp. bait feet though its wing, Is but OCTAVID D. BALDWnf. CRARLM OmrrEn.COBCELLOS WILLIAM A. NAKH. DAVID 8. TABEB.CRARLBi .
: grave. area
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ways. Some them pined and HCNBY 0. BERLIN. : H HACKKTT.CHARLU WILLIAM H PARSON H. T.-y., ,
pose wo should lose you and there were drooped upon their stems some were seven square feet, while !it develops CHABLIS E. Btatuaw R. HENDERSON. C. LAWRENCE: FIHKIKS.A PBAMCII T. Win?.. ....".
no roses for Edith to place"fils voice only a twentieth of a horsepower, and WILLIAM V. BROKAW. OEOROE E. HIOE AC 8. PlATT.OEOROB WASHINOTON Wiuoit. ..
affected all while
not at others
,, srew thick. '"There's, breakfast," be visibly Improved.: At present, bow- such is this bird's power of progressionby I T. ())oa. M. HOB. A. ROOBH KOBBBT B WoODWABOw' 'L."/, '. a,u
blurted suddenly from mysterious CBOtrvrctu GBOROB JEREMIAH. CHABLt: BCBIEKBB. EUOEJO UUDBRJUU. ,"Ik''S
dashing away ever the tests hare reached a stage '- soaring that a tagged r H.BLAXCHABO DOMIKICK.BXNBT : THOMAS B. Kcsrr. n.
?. .wbttfhe-Jhad been'saying.. "Lot's go where there can be but little doubt ot Individual b..1t been known to traverse I A.BCOXNCK, CtmptroOer./ WALTER COOOE96ALL. 9tndeyr, ik Ix911.
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/ Deadly HORSE ENJOYS THE WORK. .-.- '

:: THE FRIENDS LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903. ,

The Story of u Glorious Ron That '

Grasp of Grip Pros _
of Skipper Ititve Tlint Ended In = -
: LLJAi4 No.9t! 50:29; No.88No.7B
: : FOR trated Me. i lie Capture of the Huimway Roan. I D..lly. I Dally. STATIONS. I D..lly. \ Daily.nt <<#',

How the horses of tin. New York Y "
5 001' 1140a ............ .... .. .. .. ..............Ar 1111a 7 30 p !
PATIO Dr. Miles' Nervine park mounted policemen enjoy catch. 5 081 1148 a .. ................II"JlWk80nvlU..Lv 1 01 a 7 12 p 0 ... j'j'CIIID
ing runaways which \\a the most exclt- j 8 20 I' 1\\) 5. ........ .........lt.A! ulCu8t1ne................ ... 6 00 a 8 kO p >- PI .j
Built Up My cc I 8 C8 I'' 11 iii 0 108 8 42 p .. z .
their 1.4 told Sewell
lug part of work by

Shattered Nerves and written Our money by men winning who know books.tell says Kurd of In his"Horses equine hero Nine.:" .The author i =z.:: .1 g _..!i J2.J.1I4 4JI 381' .l.1 Ubiji!.!" >)0 tia a _jjGj g l.E 00!!p' .ID c -:'zI :0a :.4 .r''.

you all about I For halt an hour nt u time he would "IDa I-w:. aaol, ... .. .. .Hi.s.iiiga..5 1 ..... .. .. .. 'IIIUi\{\ I I ,or

Gave Me an Appetite. 11: ;:) =.:.:.= 6 i 030J l'CII
the of the
: r Constipation is nothing more tI staud Just on edge roadway i : .- 7 C1 Tili p .0 a 4 ta I' .l1 "ICs
'%_ I than a clogging of the bowels \ -- Potsxsh and nt an exact angle with it juotlon- C 8121' 12 30 4Up 4"", :II

i. L and nothing less than vital! staffnation Of the millions of people. who today suffer I less as the horse ridden by the bronze -Z 0 z: I&III 8201'8 CGI' 12 1 It Up p ........Oro1l>nI..................... ..20 9a a 4 ill Up p '0... .n..

4 J or death if not relieved.If from nervous or heart weakness, a large per. needed by man soldier up near the lUll II. Iteddy CCc 008p 17 ............. ........ .................. .... a tiJp :am...
every constipated Bufferor centage trace the cause directly to deadly They are every I a: 0211' 1 3) I''......... ........ .l'ortOrango................... (''Ca i a p rrmI.
LaUrippe., It Is a germ disease and makesa who owns a field and a plow and would alt R8 Btlll In the saddle too. It .. E 501' 03 .......... .................. : a 1 po"g
could realize
that he is allowing direct attack upon the nerves putting an who desires to get the most out I wan hard for Skipper to stand there Z llI 10181' 125p .......... ..........Ollk lUll.......... ...... ... : 148 48 p :a"' ..
c & poisonous filth to remain in his. extra btram upon them .at the time theirvitality of them. those.. their I 0 0 10501' I 8 P ........'l.ltllsvjjJ. ................... .. a I IIp .
_. system, he would soon j get! relief. is at the lowest ebb. If l.aCnppe. has They areVrSend postal card.CFKMIN and see uiiiu-lni cobs go by. 1:1 381' a 33 p......... .. ............Ooeo........................ : u. asp n'Do z
L I. : invites all kind of shattered with I pnd housIngs all n-glltter. crests on theirblinders II) 40 I 39 ........ '..................... 48 a t 231' >- -I
Constipation left with nervous system
Ne. }'ou a KAI.I WORK I a: Ul,) 03 ........ .................... ills tIp :8CXiti ,
contagion. Headaches bilioux- loss of appetite, lack of energy, insomnia 08 >n...u ..lre.... .New VorltNOTICE Jingling/: their pole chaIns nud II: II: 1125. 13 ........ .. ..... ............ .. (tim 13Gip Inn''P1 J
len ness colds and many other ailments !. frequent Iie.u1ai.ne9 and morbid tendencies. switching their absurd little stubs of 1 '11I
disappear when constipated you should strengthen: the weakened nerves 2Ula 5 ................ L'.le...... ........ .... .. Up l1ITaOQ! : >>
"t., d Ur j with. 1>r. Miles'! Nervine. It will undo all tails. But it was still more tantalizingto 11:0111: 1118. $ ................ .. .................. tIp 1120a JIIfnno
t 1t bowels relieved.! ( Thed. that has done bring.!! back appetite rest watch the saddle horses canter past Z II 80 a 8 11 p ......................rl bhalj ........ ............. 0 35 p I'') iT a 0" ...
,. ford's Black-Draught thoroughly] and grip: the to their normal activity."I side I& II lila 18 I'.......................Ed..I.. .......... ....... .. 0 $ u 30 6J a '11 >,
nerves bridle the other :
restore In the soft
:' r. cleans out the bowels in an OP SPECIAL TAX :SCHOOL) path on fit8.: 'I&. 1I.0a ................' ....... .. ......... ... 104iiai .
j'j easyand want to write this testimonial for the ) of the roadway. But then when you :> IIlIlIa ................. ....... ............. ...1..I H80e :IIgX0'.J
natural DISTKIC1' EI.ECTID.xM.(
k manner without the benefit of those who have suffered from that the do CWa1 1I lIa ................Hobo Sound ..... .......... .... 101la :' >-
b purging of calomel or other violent l dreaded disease. -LaUrippe. I suffered several authority of Chapter 4U7, Arts of tbnLev are on force you must your 848a 10 ................. ....... .. .. .. ..... OUa 0 ..
t ; III< cathartics. and I tried seemed BY iaiHturu. ol ltNW\\ Lawn. ot Florida. duty. IO .20a ............... ..... ......... 9935Itiw -IZ'.... ...
Be that weeks with it, nothing .fax. School Dinlilcl Elections watt stand- fda .................. ............ ...... ....pp> 11tOaII. 0"11I
sure you get the original : 10 benefit me in any way shape or form (I r-jeclMl icrt'by culled at the following aiu Inc One afternoon as Skipper :I: II U6.) a 131' .....................Delr.y. ................ ......44 f 8 O. ;11I)00; ...
I J I Thedford's Black-Draught suffered almost death) and fina'ly my .hay Joth, A. 1>. IVOS place lug pout like this he caught a new note .... .. 1I0Ia 908 ................. .Ft.Lalld..lal.. ....... ............. 88.' t628a I.
t made by The Chattanooga Medicine daughter recommended Dr. Miles' Nervineto Port No. :T. that above the hum of the D II aop.................. .I1..II..nl1alo....... ............ i 7 Ha Z
Orange park
Co. Sold by in me and I can truthfully lay from the first Enterprise No. 11 rose a1 060a 43 ... .. ............... City ....... ........ .. .. 7 8" Z CD
t 25 cent and 1.00 druggists packages. day I felt better than In weeks. It gave; me UeLand. No. 11 traffic. It was the quick nervous beat 1 !uUa. 965 J'.Ar... .. ..... ... .. ... 1It\rnl .... ... .. .... .. .tv > ..1.! OIl,
relief built up my shattered nerves and gave;: Orllng" t.ft)-, No. IJ.OI'lIIuwl.No.IIt I of hoofs which rung sharply on the SCHRDULEB BRANCH LINES.
'j Bfonraa Ark., If.y5 1001. me a splendid .appetite. 1 cannot speak too : hard macadam. There were screams .
highly of it and want to say, each and every Kiiipurln; No. :27Plcison .
/ DauhtthIghI7.IkpItanuiyhnnKs: : who has suffered from LaGrippe will. No, 35. too. It was a runaway. Skipper knew SANFORD BRANOH. j ORANGE CITY BRANOH.No.1I1 .
: all the Urn* aad ban inrd It for the, U t one ",..vIII". No.\ 4.. ,
I'\ tl 7..ra. 1 timt g.m mi rhlldrvaanr : find instant relief by getting a bottle of Dr.Miles' To dt'tt. 'l'mine the folio lug quesi Ions: this even before he suw the belllikenostrils. / I No. I 2 ito. 3 I No.11 o.2 NO.4
; other laxatlr*. 1 think Nervine. Insist having it and takeno ST'TIO ST'TIO'.S.
COUld on l
sever be able to work without It Whit shall be Trustvea lor ..u"e"dlnw the straining eyes and the lailvj_ _ .' Daily. DailylDaily I Dally DaIljfoe :
." on account of bplnatroahlcil with other. itla: simply splendid.I Hoping two years.Aisit .numb..r MSM foam Decked lips of the horse or thescared () a LV. ........ Tltttetllie .........Ar Ff0 p I
District Pcliool
r this will benehtsomepoor sufferer remain, llio (if mills of ...... ...........
roBKtlpatlon. Your medlrln* IB i ,behind. 71. ft Lv. ... 101p t30p 10 10 a Lv..N. Snyrna..Ar 140p aop
-Mas. GEORGE II. HALL Jackson Tenn. 'ax lo be levied lor eitch ot sulU yCale.loaI,1 man In the carriage It ........ .......... I i
:\\, \ all that keep* me up. Electloiishalt held thu 811.a ,Lv. Oeteeit .Ar ii 52 a ,,5 Up I 11 21 a't.v. L"ku Ito en .Ar 12 COp ClIp
C. B. McFiRLAVD. All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle roles and bo uiuier elections.Attend miuie. was a case of broken rein. 8Ma Lv. ..... ... EnterprIse..Ar. ii Oa ,,5U i 11 89 a Lv.Oranga.Clty.Arl13Up lS.tp,1I30a
k Dr. Miles' Remedies, hend for free book : ivtfulutlona J. L. CiiANDLEH as Tenvral, Clnn'n. How the sight made Skipper's blood A..8I\nf..r. < .... ...Lv II 00 .ii 5301> 1146..ii Ar..Or.CllyJo .Lv13.0p lSaGpNo.

.: : : nn Nervous and Heart Diseases., : AddressDr. BERT Finn Supt. 11. }'. I. tingle! Wouldn't! lie just like to show za No. ZI No. 17 No. ZO .
No 19 No
'. I Mile Medical Co.. Elkhart Indo a.III": "')'. lid. Pub Ins.I SuttditySunda7. I Da'uy. D.llly I MAYPOR'1' BRANOH. I D.. 1v 8un. I No.2Z
that crazy- roan what real running- was! only. ouh'. ex Sun AL Only. Dally.

\- --- -- -. --.-- ---- ---. I lu Circuit Court Tib Judicial CIrcuit ot Florida But what was Reddy going to do? He a CO P 10011 a -6-00 p 8 81Jn iv..Jackeonvillo .. ....A- 1.:11.: .. 1 45 a 13 30 p 580 P
# felt him gather up the reins. He felt 103 1018a e08p 88S..Lv..So.Jlcks.nvllle..Lv, ,...: .... 1870 12Up ISUp
J j In and for Volusla County. his knees tighten. Wlmt! Yes. it must ItOp 1045a a.op 11119..Lv..PabloBo.ch..Lv.( .... .. 7C6. 11 bOa .GOp
I.Sp Ii) O. e.51' 11 ii a Lv..Atlantic 00 a 1141Ja 4 Sip
101II HARVEY Cuiuplalnuijt F. DocaLA. | be !.o. Reddy was actually going to trya a lip it USa 700... 11 5)e ....... ..:. Beach..Lv.7 4118 11 BOa .10p

vs. Dill for Divorce brush with the runaway. What fun!
IJH IDA I. Dovor.AHS, I f Cluincerv.JJvfenUitnt These Time Table show the tlm"B at xvliloU trains may be expected to arrive and depart. -
J JT J.1V Skipper pranced out Into the roadway from tbe several stations, but their arrival or departure at in* times stated Is not guaranteed I

WINCHESTERFACTORY Hppi'iirliiif by tinutlidHVlt of tho Com"lul.1 and gathered himself for the nor does. the Company hOld Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there- l'l'flom. '

| In theubovuo use ihut the remueiivf ,- sport. Before be could get Into full C.
of the Dt uuitI,.lit, Itlii j.I 1>ollll'l..latn .
Ilium unknown but U brlleveil lo bu swing, however the roan had shot past KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

d II wa: LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS within tie U in lednatvn: t Iml Ihe )DeleuU- with a snort of challenge which could .I p mi
not be misunderstood."Oho .
; "New "Leader" "Repeater" ly-one ""11111. anti I hut there la no person lu 5
't : : Rival" thin HtuLu tile Hi'i\lLx ol procL'tia. on whom You will eli?" thought Skip. Effect April 16, 1903.
_ \\'ullhlllln.1 aald Del lenuant. "
TurrLran.r -u--1f------1Lr-U1ff1JiLJL11 It U thereupon ouU-icil Hint. I the said Defendant per.Vell now we'll see about Unit. I
Mil. I. UouuliiHU.. buiintl she In. bt>rrbv Ah a free rein! That is! -almost free. SOUTH....BOUND....... ...... ..... I I NORTH BOUND. .
] are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition Lv Miami Sun.ThurAr 800a LvHav..nalllon., F I I. .. .. .. ........... 1) 00m
4 4 r you required to appear. to HIM bill 01 comphilntlieieln And a touch of the spurs! No need for KeyVestSini..Thur...,... ........... 10 03 P1\ .\rK.yWelltMon., Fil, ............: 88)p
lor on or buliire Hit* il ret N out liiy lu July, ', Lv Key West Sun.. Thur.. ..... .. .... ........ 10 3''> pAr LvK.'We.tTu.8.S..t.. .. .... ...... 12 BO a
the kind shoots where scatter
r J I that you A. I> HHkl\ belriK tliHiitli day ol gaid uioul li, that. Reddy. How the carriages Havan > Mon Frl' .. ...... .. .. .... .. TOOa Ar Miami Tuea.. Sat..a 30g
uiherwiHu sold, bill tit bo taveu' ad conteiiac'd of
Winchester Factory hy sulil. Ut.'ten< .iii, lIud I Ihe L'OIlIl.ll\llIlInl| will Skipper caught hasty glimpses I, I '
ftt point your gun, buy have leave to proceed .*xpurtouH airiiluat ht*r. smart hackneys drawn up tremblingby For copy of Local Time Card or other Information addre'a any Agent.
It la t nit bur ordered mat thin. oidt.i bv ."'
0Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with published lu Iliu DfLand Weekly NewS, aiieHp the roadside of women who tumbled J. D. HA.HNER. .&s.lt.. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE PLAS

>u.>ur publldlivd lit D LMiiil.. In milU from bleyclus! Into the bushes and . J
1 .' co Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded County Voluslu 'and, Siald or Florida." of men who ran and shouted and -- -
WIIIII'.S 1 1 lii)' hllndllld, lie Heal of I lie, sat 1.1 I
: with Smokeless. Insist having Winchester (C'nurt at Hit. Omit lloiiae I In li'taLiid, Vol 0. waved their hats.
upon IIltt I I'ouniy.i Florl.lu, IhU 1 l'lli: iliiy nl Mil y, A. Mu..t as though that little roan .
_ Loaded Shells and others. D. IBM. LOUISVILLE' & NASHVILLE' R.RFirst
Factory accept no [I..IA.LJ:: ] PA.ML D. JUKDAN wasn't scared enough already thought :
Clerk Circuit Court.
h '
But she did run wi-II. Skipper bad to Class Service and Quick Schedules to-
1 NOTICE APPLICATION FOU TAX admit that. She had a lend of fifty Birmingham Nashville Evansville

DBUIt!: UNIJUU SEC'llON 8 OK yards before he could strike his best Chicago,

.r J CHAfTEK: 4HS LAWS OK FI.OK-/ Kult. TlifD fur u few moments he Louisville, Cincinnati St. Louisand ,

;i: IDA.NOTICE. could not ni'fiu to !rain an Inch. But All Points West and Northwest.- ;--

la hereby vlven that I.. llrnwn. the mure win blowing herself and Nobile New Orleans 1L
i', MOrFETT'SCures Cholera/ -Infanlum .." 'of'1'11" CVi-llllealeN<>. IJ.d"lt'd| Sit I..,.. wits takIng It coolly. lIe was and All Points Southwest. -
;l r fW -I i blarrhoeaD senfery.and the Bib day. nt J un... A. .,. loww. lilac. nlrd aaldceriincatu Hj,- 'ut of weeks Through tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon
) the Bowel Troubles of li my tilltee. unit him iiiudv appll- pultI. ,I- up fuertry!: *
cotton tor tux Ueed to U8U, III auvonlaiifv Into MtrUr*. Ouce lie saw be was Ticket Agents In Florida. .
J Children of Any Age. with law. Siildceitltleateeiiibrnei.il llio followinicdescribedpiopeiiyaltuuted .
.7, Aids Digestion Regulates lu Volu licounly > over ..*, UK her he steadied to the Forfl'l..ul":, ) Rates nml Sleeping Reservations, apply to -, '.
:. t TEaHI NG POWDERS) the Floridu, lo-wlt: work. C. L. STONE fl. PA.... FlorlJu'plMaSeT1erAint1""
_ AS"piG. Bowels Strengthens Lot 2, Hub ol nH of iiwU Sec! SI. Tp IT. Ii LouIsvIlle aw Wuat Buy St., Jacksonville Ha.
( Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child! and Makes UK lire"UKTbe! Just .. Skp! |,,T was about to forge _
; I TEETHING EASY. said l hind belnx aaBrii8ed' at thu dale i>r alifiul i:.>iliiy 1 did a queer thing. With -- --
C Or mull 23: rent to C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. GT. LOUIS. MO. the laanancw of micli cert'tleatu' In III. naniw Ry.RIDER
of T omaa Ha.I.. L7iileai Haiti etrilni-ale shall bIts Hull, bund lie rubbed the loan -
FLOBENCB C., No.Sit. 1900.-I was flrgt advised by our flmily phyiiidun In Charleston' to uer 1 EETH1NA
a with oar baby when ha was but Terr younn Infant... a prereti. ...of colic anil to wino. and aoeion stomach. bu rtdvL-invd< accnrdlnir to I..w.. Inv. ili'ed. will with" a hose pinch grip and with the AGENTS WANTED
Later It was useful ceethinff troubles. and ItsefTectlms been found tobesoTery beiiellcialauilsufrett from dangers laatiti tbvreou on the :!il I II.,) or June A 1>. left he pulled. lu on the reins. It was a
? tb & are consequent upon the ii*.of drugs and. .on'hlnlf..rup. that "have cnmo t? regard It. af'ur use Hlth three luua
children as one of the necessities' when there Is anew baby In h.hn.. anil until iii..o.thlnlf troubles are over and WitnesS. my otDelal. nlvnatiire and snail this great tUtitppolutuieut. to Skipper for in each
a cI[*we take pleasure. recommending It to our f"eololn..1, 1 of the horrid stuff that Romany people u.. to keep their the 1st day of Muy, A It. 1WJ.Wl'lll one town to ride and exhibit a sample 1002 mocl t
baby quilL' HAUT WELL 11. AVER, ilanatfer: Daily Times and Weekly n..JI.....".,.) [ ) fAM'l.: D JOHDA.N. he hail counted on showing the roan 1 bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE 910 rn9BOA (

1 Clerk Circuit Court Voluellt OUI1IY. Via bis heels. Skipper knew after two or WEEK besides having'. a wheel to ridefor yourself.'

: : ---------- r three experiences of this kind that this
I902 Models I KS:: $9 foI5
: NOTICE!' XOTICE OF APPLiCATION FOR TAX was the usual thing.
: '.
'i .._ ...
It ; _-t tt NOTIClJls bereluy sTlvt-n that the followIng dcstiibed: lands ) ( und: bring In the l'ltvof 4biW. LAWS OF FLORIDA.VJOTICE Skipper wished they would come more ,
._.. t. 'i,{.;, ", Count) of Volusla. and I state ol tlinidu! will be .uh'f ut publicutiction on Monday IS 1IEHEUV GIVEN that A. de often. Sometimes there would be two BOO Second Hand ( O
a; _.. tho tint day of June A. U. into, at tbe trout lour or tbe city boll in said 1'ltj ut liel-Miul Wheols$3t I.9S
1> taken '
Ilary piiicbiinr' of Tax CVitltlouiu No. In trade by Chicago
\ our J
.c; fortnight
be to the due and three in day. Then a
% % or so much thereof an will necessary pay amount tor taxes herein net oppositeto even a
U8T, dated the :2.1 day: or June, A.l> 1HIKI, baa makos and models good an .
with tbe Of macli sale und
: '<, the same, together coat udvvrllslnir. n..1 l anld' ccrUII,,"'"In niy oftlcu and htia niailoapiilljatlon or so would pass without a single We ship any bicycle APPROVAL to ,111-
for Tax the.tl l to I Issue accoulinifto
41 ? law. Said certltlcttin einb acea the followInir runaway. on Skipper's beat. But dutyIs one without a cent deposit in advance and. all'. *

Amount ilescrlbeil properly dimmed l.i Volualrt duty. _ You tt
OWNER. DESCRIPTIOM. Tunes County, Florlilil,towlt 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL.
uuil Coat WV4 of aeM 01 awi-4 St"cU.: Tp IS, Sit 30 E, 10 j absolute'IHI I
t : IIcr... Oriental Huw risk in ordering from us, as :you tlo not ucecl(
1 ho HHld land beIng HH.iseil 1 at the date ofHie The Armenian dealer In rugs is probably -
---- -- laauitiice of such c'erlillcate the name to pay. a cent If the bicycle does not suit you.

v to ...... .. of } H. llrown. UiilBax Bald certltlciituBhall the craftiest of all shopkeepers, a wheel bare written for cut
Mr D. Moeher.... .. ... .. Lot 11. block 1 Hotter ::0.11 I'I: \ untll.JO'1:
a'Cc. ti.. Kd>: Cotrer . ............... .. Lot 1. sub of Jot f, block e, Kiiir*.re' 'diip .. .. .. 6 iwor bu redeemed: accordlnic 1 to :IHW. Tax and his emlsHiiriea have so thoroughly I II DO NOT BUY \ PRICES &: I RCE TRIAL Off[I(.
B. N. Harris..... .. .... .. .. .. .. Lot u. Htili of !lot &, block. tf, Koneta Miip. ... .. UtI Deed will l is.iu tburiou on thu, 17th uny of rnnimckod l the orient that the traveler Tire, equipment,randrle* and sportlnir !foods of all I klndi at
-lt1-r .. K I). Veunln .... .. .. .......... ..K 01"1 tt i.r w 1'iUhi: It ul lot u. sub of lot T. Muck lu, JunnA.D.11ll13.!( I half regular prices. In our War tree .uu.fry cutuloguu. sosa.' ..
*,, L a" Kotfer' Map... ... .. .... .... ...... .. ..... .. 149 WllneoH my oltlulul sIgnature, unil soul. I lila Is, friMiuuntly advised In l'.r,,la and AffluuiHtnii I tame a world of useful Information. Write for It.
=. I H lrs of F. A. W. Sblmer.... ..... .Lot M, block 1(1(), lloKere' MapwTr'andS. .... ..:... ..... ..... .. II till tho6tn day' of May, A. U. 1MKI.dKAL I. to look for the rarest and the WE MMMFsV reliable person In each town to distribute cattloirucs for ui lu
11 1 L. StcHuull: .. .... .. .. .. E 00It or w 11/711 o( lot 1. bluik r>. KnirerV :Map... 13 87Itf ( : ] HAM'L D. JOlinAN. "' exchange for a blcvcle. WrIt today for free rataUwm and our speelud "ifor.
4. Sarah N. Harris .... ...... ... .. .. .. Lot o, block 17, KoueiV Mup .... .. ... .. ... Clerk Circuit Court Voliiala Count, }Florida. best specimens In London and especially _
.iW J. K. Wetherell.... .. ... ........ ...tH* of lotsu and<17. olock Is,.Hotfcia' Map ... ... .. 1 Ul1U I In :New York. Yet even here the ex- J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO. Chicago Hi.ATLANTIG .
:. W. H. 1AW ..... ...... ............I> lot lu. block ::4.' HUlCel" Map.. ... ... .... ... !CMft ._ ,
-- -
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ilrown.... ... ... ..... .. ... ..\\ W lot tl Puree's Addition.... ..... .. .. .. 1 porieiu'p I purchaser can find notable
t:' PI. 'Frank Moriran. .. : .. .. .. .. .. Lot 1, block LI, University Place .. . .. 11 117 bin-trains. A gentleman woo baa In Chl-
ii,. Ii .Ada U. Masaey. . ...... . ... .Lotll.I>luck4.11u"d.I.' . .. .. .. .. . II -
js.. for\ Emma Kllcker... .. .. .. .. .. .. .,. Lot I", block 4. 110\\ ry'Add .... .. ...:.. .. .. .. .. 1U Mtt Georgia Southern caIro a very notable collection of Hok-
,.i ,. W. F.;. Randall .. . . ... .. N\ 6J It ofe lUll ft lot w, block 4. limn)' s Add. oilent barns" and who has traveled throughout
II .... v. VauklmJelrsJ. ...... .. .. .. .. ...... ..Lota.subofblockli..wry.\'I'I.: .... .. .. 1tr4
l c M. Bwlftpast : .... . .. ... ... Lots I to tt IMC block IT, Howry's Add .. .. .. . 6 B4K the orient In search of the rarest COASriINEi
I SfvA. HloomM. ... ...... .. .. ..... .Lots laud S.I btockJS: g Add... ... .. ... i UT and the most perfect fabrics lately I ]
Son.... ..... ... .All block 41, Howry's Add. .... .. ... .. ....... 1)7 Florida Railway a
;t& \\r i40 ": C'-L.;frtke?.....:....:.....:::. ... ..Lotll7 all"W.: block.iI. \\"Its Add.. .. .. .. ... .. AND found three new speeluieun hanging
J, _., .11. W. L. Llndstrum.............. .. .. Lot 7. block 4, Walta. Add .... ..... ..... ... .. :r4 i before a Fifth avenue shop and bought ,
'w. S. KadxI .... ..................... .Lot 10 block 4, W ..Us. Add .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 ari I
"(T.. C. Kllcker..:. .... .... .. ..... ..Lotl. block Walts' Add .. .. .. . .. . .. ..Sa........ River llonte." them for prices which allowing of ai1rc: >ad Cc>.
: .... ..... ... ..Lots A. and 11. block U: Kick'8.Ac:1,1.: ...... .. .. a 81 course for the duty would hav been
I Noton& Etrjleston..O.O. ; .I.otil. Assessor Add... ... ... .. ... .... ....... 11011 ,i
Maltby: ::::::: :::: .::: '.::: : .W 21 ft of lot tl and e 41 ft of lot U and lot IU Ihamber : cheap in the tent of a Persian.-
: .. .
Jsrael l Yarn /* Dunn'a Add .... ... .... ....... .. ........ 1 411
.. Lot Id, block 1 I. Armstrongs Add .. .. . .. 1 11fl. Schedule In Effuot' January. 1WJU.Flyer. New Type of Street Car. The Great Through Car Line From Florida.

'Hc'J h 3.Damon M. ::*:.;.;;"::::''*::':Lots II and 10 block:! \r1lJ lron"1 A..d..'.. '. .. Ml A new type of street cars Is being

!: .oeor laoa ifjon .... ............. ,!Lot 14, block 2, Anns'tronir's Add.... .. .. . Cd made for the Twin City Rapid Transit
:: : : Dixie
.. . Quickstep
..... .......... ..., .IxDta, block a, ArraatroiiKS. Add .. ieflO54ward5 1U
... .
J dLt3f Armstrongs Add ... ... .. 74 Lv Palalka..... ... .. II uu pin III/ ant which operates lines In Minneapolis
Lota, company CONNECTIONSa
............. '" "Lots block 4, Ariuatronv'a, Addaten'IIl.'ir.I..Ii ... ..... 11:1: Lv Jackitonvllle. .... .. 8 Ill) pin 7 r>6 ant :
and II. .Jo. '
kDHa11 .... ..... .. .. ..... .. 104 Ar VnldoHta.... ..... . .11 lApm 10 M BUIArTlfton and St. Paul and by Its usa
: ::::::::::: 2 and 11, Corson"Ad"
: : Lots .L.tlt
.k f-llIJa : ::::::: ;\ .. .... .. .. .. ..... ... ..... ......... .12 CUam. 13 JO piuArTordelH the mapngers believe they will be able OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah Charleston .
\ :: LOtiiLOfltOUiAdd. ... ... . .... .. ... ..... IMM( .......... .. .. II oo 'sin 1 4H pm EAST
utbtlr.'i : ::: ::::::. : facilitate their Richmond
: : : to and
: : : : service.
: greatly thence via the
/F'I l5Cons! Add........ ... .... ....... .... .. till ArMitoon... ...... ... d&5am .10 puiC Sep. TOTHa Washington
rot. .... ... ., ............ ... ; .... ........ .. .. .. ... .. 1. 1U of 0*. arate entrances and exits through the Railroad.
..... T.. 101'........,...,..............:. <;orson..Ad i .... .......Lotll'l".(::01'llOn.A..d .. .... ... .. ........ .. ... .. 1 7- rear vestibule are contemplated and VIA ALL.RAIL.W _ _
; ..... a
.r$'L' D .......... Uutcbln..oll.8A..d.. .. ... 1111 N. C. ST. I,.
:' .. .. .. 4 .. block 4ItUtUbIflOl1 a. Add.... .... .. .. ... 1111 Ar Cb ttRnooll"... . . I 00 pm 1 00 am plan Is belug worked out for a means The Louisville and Naabville via Montgomery:
; :::: S
? \: .' ht ......:::: :::'::: ; ... .... ...... ..... 1 Ul Ar Nashville... .. . B M pm U40aiu TO' EST .
i3tvit.. .... ... .... .........l'i' bOCkr.a.to..ol'1\tlon.; of ingress through the wotorman's cab. .
-' '. / ................. ..... 1 UIIv. ILL. CENT. H. R. TH
T .. II,:. : '.................... .ei blocI< 1I.Corporatlon.!; .... .. ........ ... .. IIUb Ar St. Louis .... .. II S3 am 7 24 pm Both the trout and rear vestibules are The Mobile: and Ohio Railroad via Montgomery.Via .
'J- .. ... ............... .. .. blooktl6.Jorpo..tlou if 1U8,4'orporatlon.. .. ... .. ...... 74 ArCblougo ... ....... .10 as am .
V:4l: ? u ....... .......::::;..EII-6 IB of block ... ..... .... .. 887 L. A N. R. K. to be lengthened a foot or two. A partition Savannah and OC18aSte.m.blp for New
1' Corporation Company York.
................. ... ..." blotk loo..Odl0'7. .:................ .. .... DOS Ar Louisville ....... . 8 ao am 11 85 ani will divide these vestibules In .
.: .If. rtd;............ .............All 1111 126' forporatlon .... ......... .. ... ........ 1 74I Ar Cincinnati.... . 780am 406pm Philadelphia and Botton.
half. At the will be the
; The Corporation right entrance
: .......... ......... ...All blouk C. ft E. I. R. B. Via Norfolk Steamer for New York
., .... \-! 1 ........ ............ ... 1111 EAST Washington and
"'' .. .. .. "' ........ ....."r..1..All block IfiU blocklill.Corporation Corporation. .. .............. 1111 ArChlcatco .............. .. 1 IS amPolld and at the left the exit. Thus passengers TO.THE Baltimore.VIA .
!l't 1.r week ...ar'St..dmaD.::: ...... .... ....... .'tot to block. Ittl, Corporation. ... ..... ... ..... ..... Cd train from Jackitonvllle to Macon. enter and leave the car without '
'.01'1'::; ... "'FJ' weUa.............. .......... 10. ML. Corporation ....... ................ Cd Trains from Palutka connect Ht Valdosta. may STEAMSHIP. VU Savannah and Merchant and MIntri Transportation: CompllQ
"', ::, tar, b.. ...Walk.r....... ........ .. ,...t.::Lot I"":.block 1 Corporation..... ..,........ .... IH with train..olnll north from Jacksonville. jostling. It U believed that with for Baltimore and )
ft'lam. N.'IJUllel' ................... .. .. LotaJ1l1l1andl'7 111'1&0" I lookll11., Corporation..... .......CL 87tw Looal Dixie Flyer train for the separate entrances and exits the ... Philadelphia.To .
It, .. ... ........ .....................Lots 11I1 11I block> 1111., Corporation............. till: Macon 1' 'ffrrol"n:: depot until" 7 80 a. ra.
} Wda ........................ LoU III .nd I lI (;orporatlon....................... Pullman BuflHt Bli-eplog Can from Jacksonville time for stop. will be reduced by one- Key West
Bmix'l !:\t.'U P S..een.,.................... ..... : 1>lock 1111' CorporatloD .... ................. 6tI to St. Louis via abore route without hulf. Via Peninsular and ..
_. 1bit .... .................. ..LotU: blook (Jo >r..tlon.. .. .... ........ .........., 11a I cfaanire", of oar' on Dixie Flyer train also -AND-
lb. nCla D.... .................. .. 'k'174,173 100 pt I1I1..n..ITf.Corporatlon......... & III!, Pullman finest sleepers on same train to a -
.. t. .J. CbapmaD E.ctz............ all bloo".llOaad 1111. Corporation... .......... .. UlCoUeoto Chicago without ebausT. Ton Ton HAVANA. Occidental Steamship Co.. oj;
Know What Are
1n"1 6 .........AU Taking
\ '... P.8.BeOD.tt.... ....... 11:11 '811. 11111. 111II.1111 and Iw2. For schedule Soil other Information ad.dress .
.. ,\ .J.Chapm.D.E.cecutrlJ(...... AU block.....:.. .. .. ...... ... ......... ........ I J. H. KAFPERTY,
(.,. orporatlon. ... .............. .... .. 111 I District Paas. Ant. 2x1 W. Bay St. when you take Grove's Tasteless
r .! AIeZ.rr........................ :AIlbioolsU3 u..tMoc.,1tt.n4:41. Corporation: (.;orporatloD ................ 11'I r Jac..nvllle.. Fila. Chill Ionic because the formula Is :ilea.ge: Tick.ets.
-t : .... rC.B.
........I...... ORANTJlLYtl RHODES plainly printed on bottle show-
- -:- H..:._b... .( ,._ City of DeLand. Volusla Co., Fla Gen. Pa**. Agt., Maooo Oa. in .- that it Is simply Iron and Qul- principal Interchangeable la Mileage the! Southern Tickets mates:srood'over are 13,000 on sale mile of amoDi'th.
by the
nint in a tasteless form. No Cure aa-ent. .

no \pay. 60c. Through Pullman Sleeper Port
Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast
Lloe; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.

r\r reservations' and Information apply' to
Agents. Atlantic Coast Line,
PARKER'S or write:
C1p .l b.aaana. the b. Commercial ,
I. .u a lU3a.4nt 5naetii. Agent, Tray Pass. AreD ..
138 Wt.C
flag IItreecucot Block "
"aoItaoari .i*.

; ,.., U.M.EMEBSON, ,,.', '.;;.. ':,' ,W..l. CRAIG.s ...... .- ..,
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fgffimmzsmmmsz UZSZS'2-S: ? 2-S= young 1ol? .at -
: ... :
at the:: club
h71t: ,1II1: .,; ,
A even -" ', ti '
on such occasions, e.4'nt Forbes 1
Mrs S? B. Wright/: will ''i ( '
made the students a short address. At

WONT COST MUCH IF BOUGHT ATm month of June at Coronado. the conclusion of his remarks, the ";1.,

A. Dreka, Mrs. W. A. Allen college yell sounded In three parts of,

S. A. Wood entertained a the Hue building- the, same time,

of lady friends at the and was taken up with vim and vigor

MCELRDV'SNov Tuesday afternoon. The "Who is Dr. Forbes? First in war, ,

was beautifully decorated. first in peace, first in the hearts of

!: played-both euchre and the Stetson men." The. fight madeon

c while he is selling pretty Dress and Waist Goods at 5c. to indulged in. Delicious the president, which baa been resented -
t were served. by the student body, has i

s.. and worth Double this price. With F. Fish returned to DeLand brought: him closer to them than ever
; Ga., Wednesday.. Mrs. before. They are more considerateof

: .. :;: :)"t-AIDJtIcX: :: :: : SOn ofMr.L.at Jacksonville Spencer.to Their visit to transgress his feelings the, are laws more of the careful school not V

is now engaged with a
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dry Goods. Millinery, Etc., firm in Tifton, and Is doing than and show heretofore.their respect more openly +

o*c>*1 -ok.HO"

D tewswzmOTmMsammmoooooooooooooooooooooooooo WSZ= =

\' I Stimulation
I ''f ,
School supplies at Aliens' Phar-. Sam Richardson, who was In the i Miss "101<,
Local and 8 macy. grocery and shoe business in DeLand \Vesl. Just to stimulate the business -to ..";.

0 0 DeLand will as usual be full of distinguished several years ago. is now located at t left the we have taken number of .
Personal Briefs
o g state and out-of-utate peo- Santa Rosa, Calif.-933: IlealdHburu! H. .J' ;0-
't c>, gooooooooooooooooooooooooc ple during Commencement Week. Ave. Sam retains!: his membership iii I health ., I

Brill has: Among the most prominent will be Myrtle Lodge, K. of P., at DeLand. Grade Bicycles A
those who are to take part in the ex- S. E. I
--New white silk and lace fans. Odum Fanning, who is attending
ercises. Uev. W. W. Landrum, com- but now
New fancy hosiery; 15c to 50c. mencement preacher this year, U Emory College at Oxford, Ga., writes I I from regular stock, and have
New Stationery and Notions. .... that he will be home about the 10th.
from Atlanta, at which place he 1 III thriving!: put a i
of June. He will return to Emory in
Mr. Walter Burgess/ came home the : pastor of the First Baptist churchMr. .
first of the week. He will remain here Landrum !ii a graduate. of Browi the fall. DcI Low Price I

some time to ship his crop of peaches.Mr. University and of the Southern Baptist The huckel'berry crop Is said to be learn of I
Theological Seminary. He will .1 Hint one. They and the blueberrywill H. on each. Come and see how
and Mrs. H. A. Boley left on
'' preach the baccalaureate sermon at soon be in market in large quantities Palm easily you can own a good one. i
Wednesday for Atlanta, after spending -
c '
the auditorium Sunday morning. : : I
several months on their pretty
Rev. Clarence A. Harbour, pastor Mr. and l\IrH. George. W. Mathis re- big
home at Winnemisett. They went BIGELOW
of the Lake Avenue Baptist churchin I turned to Tuckerton, N. J., this week. :
far Jacksonville via Clyde Line,
as as Rochester, N. Y., will deliver the I Mr. Mathis is enjoying better health in the
taking; their automobile with them. at the +OoJ-O+OoI-o+o-J-OoI-o+o+o++O+O-
oration Tuesday evening, commencement than for several }'earll.
from Jacksonville to Atlanta
'trip of the of Liberal '
College retary | '
they expect to make with their auto, Peaches are in the market. The no Telling
Arts and the Department of Law Dr. tlon,
consuming two or three days en route. early crop will be quite scarce around
Barbour is also a graduate of Brown
DuLand, but at Lake Helen the early
Mr. L. S. Monroe arrived from South University and of the Rochester. Theo- capital ; :; when you may need a good x

Haven, Mich., the first of the week, logical Seminary Although only 35 crop will be a-good----one.- of Photograph of yourself. 2

to accompany Mrs. Munroe and their years of age, Dr. Barbour has a world- Mark Honeywell, a popular old De- 5

I son and daughter home after the closeof wide reputation, and recently refusedthe Land boy, is now a heating and venti- 5

school. distinguished honor of a unanimous lating engineer/ anp contractor at ett, W.

call to the Tremont Temple, Wabash, Ind. Mark's DeLand friends
Mrs. C. A. Wood will /go North with
t the University party next week, to Boston. Besides being a noted preacher will be pleased to learn that he is doIng the new : Come:

and orator, Dr. Barbour has been a / well. erly
the summer in Pennsylvaniawith
; spend her daughter, Mrs. George N. hard worker in the good government Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Miller have just tion : a S5..'t't5..n.gright

movement In New York state. The returned from DeLand, where they another
subject of his oration Tuesday even- I visited the latter's parents, ,Miss Palm
Call on Marsh Bros. for the Best Ing is: "Life Worth Living". Nora Vinzaut, a charming young Miss ;

Florida Meats. Dr. (Charles: A. McMurrray will deliver of DeLand, is visiting her mater, Mrs. chased .

N Prof. E. O. Baldwin will spend the an address for the Business College D. P. Miller, of this( section.-Trenton ners!: In

summer with his parents in Illinois. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30.: Dr. correspondent Gainesville Star away.REEVE

He will go to. New York with the rest McMurray Is a famous lecturer, and ---- \
will of valuable educational Miss Mary L. Owen has returnedfrom nas '; ..
of the University party, and probably the author
. make the trip to Illinois via the works. He has spent the winter in Bartow, at which place uhe had May 24, ) ,
Great Lakes. Palatka, and wax in DeLand a week I been engaged for Several years as an I service ; t !-1.0.1.O+<>+o-I-o+OdO..O+o-I-OO+QoJ-OoJ-Ool-o t W3'Ol-O.l-O lK>K>K

Mrs. F. F. Brown and children, who during the winter, lecturing: daily to Instructor in Summerlin institute. choral :

the teachers and normal students. I u_ ,_ .. Off the Farm '
"rhe Oaks"
pent the season at re-
turned to her home in the North on The lectures were most high! AP- c>..o-.o-.O..o-.O.O.O.O.O.-o-o--o.- .d.-

i Wednesday, going as far as Jacksonville preciated. p I

by water. Z All our Dairy Products-rich, 5
The ladles of DeLand who wish to 'c'T

+ rv Bishop Gray visited St. Barnabas' become members of the society of 7 yellow Butter and good, fresh "'-

4 church last Sunday, preached, confirmed the Daughters of the Confederacy are 0 f U Eggs-get to you very quickly ",- -i f
four, and consecrated the requested to meet at the court house f from the farm where they are

Bielby memorlol baptistry. The; altar Wednesday afternoon, May 27, at produced. We know -

was beautifully decorated, and a 3 o'clock. Article 3, 'Section: of the .d i\ ',
The Constitution reads. ''Those; ..
large congregation present. ; women en- ,; 6
bishop wore the beautiful cross of titled to membership are the widows, All Right. "

gold, studded with jewels, presented I wives, mothers, sisters l nieces and

: to him at the last convocation. lineal descendants: of such men as
When want them fresh
served honorably in the
Are going to the seashore this
you them here.
Civil Service those get ,
A "Tlie Army, Navy or or
y summer? If you are, ,go" to
Breakers," Seabreeze, Fla. .Mr. and men unfit for active duty who loyally
Mrs. S. P. Hays will open "The gave. aid to the cause_ Also women t1, RELIABLE '
Breakers July 1st. For Information and their lineal descendants who can RYLAND & SPARKMAN i-r -
write 1 S.:) P. Hays, DeLand, Fla. _
/give proof of personal service and TIlE
- - -
On Thursday next, the 28th, the At- loyal aid to the southern cause during >J-O+Oi 0'O FOFOI 0-PO+OHJO+!C>f Io+oJOoICHO+I OK>
E. L.
lantic Coast Line will run a big excursion the war." Let every one eligible Melirlde,
to Tampa. Train will leave avail themselves of this great privi Manager :: :: ? S:1OJ: T_ .._-:-_.

DeLand at 5 arriving at Tampa
a.m., lege.
train leaves .a..o..o..a o.a,o.a.o.a. .'()'.,a.,(),w..
Returning, -
about noon. / Marsh Bros. deal in the Best Florida -
Tampa at 9 in the evening, arriving Meats. Polite attention. Quick 1- "
The attendance at the concert A At times we want expansion in our
here sometime in the early morning delivery. .
hours. The rate from DeLand, De- Instead of taking his well-drilling given at the auditorium Friday evenIng for DeLand.shot Dinner Table; at other times we ._
Junc- by the Apollo Glee Club was don't. Our
Land Junction and Orange City machine from Lake Helen to Ntw i
Besides the
small but appreciative. E, II.
tion is $1.75.Work Smyrna by train, Cliff Haven took It
Glee Club, those who (took part were: the
on the addition to the College 'croll" country by Its own traction. He )
Miss Nellie A. Fletcher the

accomplished lot on .. .. PJ'a: 5b1es:> -
Arms' is progressing favorably, considering writes THK NEWS as follows about the student elocutionist; Roy S. dence.

/ the weather. Raising the trip: "Saturday I left Lake Helen for Brown, baritone; and Miss Mary B.
front two stories will greatly improvethe Smyrna, and found 21 feet of water in Miller, pianist. The are easy to expand or contract. An

outward appearance of the hotel. Deep Creek, which I went throughwith tert;> easy pull-no straining, poundingor
the welldrlliinautomobile/ with A musicale in honor of Miss Yetta Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Garrity leave jarring.Other .
out any accident. We made tbe tripin Baerecke, who leaves soon on a vaca- New
York the 27th, with Room Furniture.
for New City on
about 13 hours, with no bad luck on tion to Philadelphia, was given at the
They will return The
the: University party. the way at all. The road was splendid studio of her teacher, Mrs. Patton, on
to DeLand early in the fall. especially the nearer you got to Tuesday evening. Miss Yetta and THE FURNITURE
gave the first J F.F ALLEN & CO. I HOUSEOI'I }
Miss Ella Hodges left on Monday Smyrna. I saved $3 on the trip, the three guitar numbers and was the recipient I' VOLUSIA Al

for .Florence, S. C., where she will best rate I could get being $14 per car. of many compliments and I W. -o+<>IH..>IOFOIOt OF.DeLand

spend a month or six weeks with. her Thought you would like to hear how !flowers. The piano numbers wire tive .._
sister, Mrs. Q. D. Pugh. we got alone". well rendered by Miss Ethel Strangeand ---
Miss Oracle !Mrs.
Moffatt. Miss Susie
Mrs. G. P. Healey returned to her The colored citizens around DeLandare boarders
Colcord gave two selections on the
home[ near Seville Monday, after a making substantial improvements nado for
visit to Mrs. M. V. Bielby. I to their homes. mandolin: which were highly/ appreci-
d Mills and Works.
ated. In the impromptu program/ Mr. and Planing Novelty
- Judge McCrory, Prof. Lockey and Mr. to )

Stanley Moffatt distinguished themselves T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.
in humorous recitations. Miss neal -Manufacturer of-
Moffatt and Allen sold 40
Gussie Mls Fannie
s WHEN A BOY gave' charming recitation Before Helen :i seed & Rough}. Inj.nGLtor: :
leaving|thelarge company had a grand
I ; ,IS HUNGRY march, with Miss Ethel Strange at the Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.
piano in prompt, fluent march strains. was Kr BOILDER.Will furnish plans and specifications and

It's idea to feed him special lUn ; Special machinery at mill for k
a good Dr. Landrum of Atlanta will preachat work ready to put In place. Employ good: mechanics and guaran rr
at once and save trouble. the Baptist church Sunday evening Mr. work in everv particular.

at 7:30.: You are cordially Invited to' turned v

THERE'S NOTHING BETTER, attend. _>______ I' nesday.Mr. lLUMR COMPANY <\

... Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McBride returned ,
to Rochester N. Y., yesterday, ,
wholesome or sweeter day for .
more I BOOG @@ I'
for the summer. I' sume di'
_, than .our Bread, jtnd only purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand '
Prof. C. D. LandU has purchased the
Scanlan house and fine lot on West return Prices on all kinds of 't'1
Cents Loaf. ;
a New York: avenue. Consideration, I .
11,600-a bargain. ASK : Lath Shingles Flooring g Ceiling;
Mrs. J. W. Finklln has bought Mrs. ,

M. P. Smith's cottage on New York A 1I
L Swollen t
.avenue. Consideration, 9830. / "'
Tbe above sales were made through all\ 4

E, H.u.vwarcl'II.lICellc7.: today. Everything in the Lumber Lin--*. Order delivered prom;
-h Kitd'nu'

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''J.I.\I:\; .,:,J"' ,....,"' t i, ,+. oo -- church will take place' here,.on"thj
'' ,, _8 charge o v' NPR"t of Peoples though/ they say we
"I our 28th inst of this month and all''' are Urfvltcd
mrlt' ;i:.South Florit e we should learn to be intellergent &
Tblt llpk 1 0 to come &; take par} wlh usj:i

t ; -- .. ..."" ..., o Two hundred -- fty c. when we get so That we can use a little Rev W H WilltkmeofOineavtljepkc;..
o i o water then they will make Remarks that Elder & Rev Wta Klng-trf D--
o hyacinths wt\ d removed from siding ; ;
1 ooo0000000 the railroad yards at Jacksonville we are getting out of hour Places but Land Secretary of said conference

t ''I W. II. Peters will build a store of after the flood last week. all we ask of you to give us a fair we are expecting a large Dellergati o4

coquina rock on Beach street, Day- Jacksonville's Board of Trade will Show &; we will stay In our place &; .from the Jacksonville! District &I.,,
ack the Same&; will not try to warea
& arrwund &
tona. endeavor shall call to see you getetaa;
to make that
place the will not fit
i'r Man Shoe for they
'i Work has begun on the buildings "convention city of the South". All l Small Sum to help take care of the#>;
1 'I tor it seams that our was
kinds of while In our city &; I knows that n..
of the Baptist orphanage asylum at gatherings will be urged to v
melted & Pored on the /ground &; nothing will for I
yr Arcadia.St. select Jacksonville\ as the next meet- /good peoples help me ale
ing place. A good idea. Love is unequally / to keep them from spreading so one of the oldest] citizens of Demand j
annual election have a good brace &; can stand '
Augustine's yoked with sickness. we So come my Brother &;,let u*do/Som.,
l rl will be held on the third Tuesdayin Fish: Commissioner Detwiller baa Labor is lightened by; Many bard Blows the Reader of this Promise
know JO
: Thing for you your ;
but /
June. received information that three carloads love love cannot will take notice that the Itll1trlck con- .
lighten pain or relieveIt. God &; Man. Your for the eauao> F
of fish for Florida waters are ference of the Independent A. M. E. i
Many a man Wm. l
Stall fed stock and cold-storage (l Rev. K1ng.jWW
ready for transportation. The railroad at his wife's suffering
N .
meats will make Florida farmers independent Fall
into line .
companies suggested that inasmuch willing to do anythingto "-J

as they had hauled them for Rid her. and able to do 0 n>oootOt<>TOj.' j
nothing.Sometimes ft and order new
It is estimated that Sun ford's celery five free of your spring suit '
charge oughtto
;years however,
the great Oak-Easel of
crop brought the glowers have some compensation for haul- the husband's attention is directed to from W. A. ALLEN & CO.DEALERS

: r $100,000. ing the cars now coming. its Dr. remarkable Pierce's Favorite cures of Prescription womanly and disascs. STRAUS BROTHERS I t

Work has begun on the new electric ADAM: SHANTZ': ESTATE. lie may not have much hope ofa : ..a Good Tailors for 26 Year. rt
light and ice plant at Went cure but he is led to try the medicine, .O CHICAGO I I IN 1
'J!<' The will Adam Shantz with the result that in almost case
of the late every
:. :' Palm Beach. 0 Prom start to finish good quality .
: ;,'.. who died in Daytona, has been pro there Dr. is Pierce's a perfect Favorite and permanent Prescription cure.cures g is the predominating featb '
'i 'i : ; The next meeting of the county PURE -*- DRUGS
r c bated and bequeathes a million of irregularity. It dries the drains which
''it, 2 ure all clothes made to order ;
school will be held S
1f superintendents property to his wife and family His weaken women, heals inflammation and rt
Jjn; St. and female by this well< Augustine. second son, Adam Shantz, Jr., is ulceration cures weakness.As S
a tonic for women who are nervous, I house. No detail is too small Chemicals]! Patent Medicines and DRUGGISTS'- SUNDRIES. Fancy Jj;
,.. ':'. T. O. Smith of Madison and O. O. left executor of this immense estate, sleepless, worn-out and run-down "Favorite '
Hardee cf Live Oak have purchased and is to receive $5000 a year as Prescription is unequaled. to be given careful attention: I and TOILET ARTICLES. HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES.

the Live Oak telephone system. compensation. To his widow Shantz "Iu auawcr to your letter I will gay, my wife P your perfect comfort I.i
I commuted to complain' twenty year ago,
: bequeathed $10,000 per year during writes: r.cwi. A. Miller, ex-Chief-of!;" Police, of 3Proipecl ; d their sole aim. Call at our
t'l Machinery for the Manatee\ Light St., Pa tried
$ Weinsport We have the
her life, and to his eldest son is kill of twelve diflireut, doctors, She took gal- j store and look over the splendid ]
and Traction Company has been bequeathed an annual of $2500. louft of medicine during the time she was i1!. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.", J
sum g assortment of 50O ]latest
shipped, and will be installed on de. uutil I wrote to you and you told us what to do. I
l'he rest of the great estate is left She has taken eight bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite and nobbiest
livery.Gainesville's. Prescription and six of the Golden Medical 4 patterns. We will]
t I It. in the absolute control of the executor Discovery' She, can do her own work now quote you prices that will inter \
I who is to control conduct and aDd can walk arouud again and is quite smart Jewelers and Watchmakers.
4, high school closed Fuvorite Prescription has the testi- est you. Your satisfaction as : ,
f on Saturday last, celebrating the I manage all the Shantz business interests mony of thousand of women to its complete 'ways, absolutely '
guaranteed.F. t>>O+()oI.
I Iof. for them of diseases. Do not) ti
event with a picnic on Burnett's for the term of cure womanly

Lake, near Alachua. I thirty years before any division or accept an unknown and unproved sub- W. KOESr' 'K.
stitute in its lace.
distribution of the estate is made I
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; Dr. Pierce Pleasant Pellets
invigorate -
'I! The shipment of truck from the however. if he thinks best. he is stomach, liver and bowels. CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL. -THE--' I

l s Alachua section has begun. The empowered to transfer to of the Mrs Frank Chiasson Patterson, La., .
any ------- ---- -----
} + crop will be a good one, notwith- heirs the bequests made them in \Vestall of New Smyrna are the most writes June 8, 1901!) : "I had malaria fev- 7
standing the drouth. the will. er in very bad form was under treat
graceful girls<: in this department. NEWS PUBLISHING CO
doctors but
ment by as soon as I :
tr' The Federal government still The report that the East Coast Sunday morning, !May 10, at the stopped taking their medicine the fever a

owns about one million acres: of land Railway Company is about to drain residence of the bride's parents, Miss would return. I used a sample of Her- :JI

q in Florida and 31,386 in Volusia the Everglades: proves to be un- Lily Griffin and Mr. H. M. Nolle were bine, found it helped me. Then boughttwo DE LAND, P ? FLORIDA.DeLAND'S .

county. All of this land is open for founded, and is authoritively deniedby joined in the holy bonds of wedlock, I bottles feel grateful which to completely you for furnish-curedme. i

entry. J. E. Ingraham, third vice-preai Rev. A. N. Elrod officiating. Both ing such a splendid medisine, and can #
The state dent of the company, who in a recent bride and groom are quite popular, honestly recommend it to those suffer- .; .
% treasurer reports a balance letter to the Manufacturers Record and their large circle of friends wish!" ing from malaria, as it will surely cure 1
a K1 of $1,221,016 58:! cash on hand. "This them a long ]life of happiness and them." Herbine: soc. bottle at all drug-
; The, state of Florida has become a says: company proposes to One Dollar Per Annum .
prosperity.Exrnnlou. gists. 5oooooooooooooooooooooooooo _
"bloated bond-holder" under Jennings' drain some of tile lands lying) be- -- -... -- 8.Single Copies Five Cents & t
t ; tween the Everglades and the coast
reign. Cheap' ; l0( Macon( and Atlanta -
by opening the natural waterwaysand ) Advertising Rates Reasonable
: Mr. Levy of Sanford baa:! leased making canals through prairiesthat in. News Items About!

? the corner formerly occupied by the are cultivated by the farmersin The C. S. & F. Ry will run a cheap 4

Sanford Loan &. Trust Oo. bank that section. During the latter excursion from all Its stations in Florida o The Colored People o BOOK AND JOB PRINTEKS.

and will put in a stock of drugs and part of March of this year that part l on May 25th, to Macon and At. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMr. j ,

; soda fountain. of the state had several days of ex- ]anta.. Train will start from Jackson \ Editor, Sir I have l been laying Letter and Bill Heads, .

cessive rains, which overflowed ville at 8:00: a. m. and from Palatka] Enveloped, Statements,
a a
The Mount Ararat creamery real great many of the large tomato at 6'0,5: a. m., arriving at :Macon dormont for a week or 2 owingmy Engraved and Printed Cards, -+- ] 'I' 1

+ s estate at Daytona was bold at public fields! and ruined the crops Upon about 4-30: p. m, and at Atlanta about recent letters which I wrote and Engraving and Color Printing, *A a
Programs, Menu and Invitations,
auction Thursday! for i260. It com investigation we found that had the 8:30: p. m. The round trip rate will) be: you fail to have them publish BO I /Rubber Stamps!!, Seal Presses, StencJU! e ,

4 K prises 80 acres of land, and the build- land been properly drained very lit from Jacksonville to Atlanta 5.50, to thought that I would wale until Large and Small Posters, Handbills, su a

ingon: it is said to have cost $1,000. tle damage would have occurred." Macon $3 CO; from Palatka to Atlanta Advertising Novelties Fans, ] j
H.Y. Stillman you could spare! space in your paper Printed in Whole la .
is the fortunate buyer. Newspapers or
_-- ...- $ .50, to Macon $4.50. The limit of
for my Letter as they ware one or 2 ker"I..
\V. H. Hynes of Sanford has tickets sold from Jacksonville: allows .
bought from Walter Tomlinson the TallahasseeContinued two whole days in Atlantaand !Macon. of my Letters that you have fail to ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. : t
store now occupied by the Hill hardware As the excursion is to be of an un- let arpare in the col lorn tbat I would ..oe ( from .
; store. This gives Mr. Hynes page 1) usually high character, many people have have bon very glad to have ---- -- -
the entire block from railroad property has been killed.: It from this section will/ take :
the bank to advantageof Red
by the Publick I do tries ,
as I
atk the railroad. is held to be unconstitutional.] the cheap rates. Full information The Racket Store
t The . best I can not to write
Senate bill to appoint a state -- - any thing ,
urnifneci oy d. ti. i-taneny! u. 1A. e
The Florida Baptist, established auditor has gone through tbe House- 20] W. Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla., that would be a Discredit to your +
or.. J. A. ERICKSO1M
by Rev. M.S. Stevens and laterowned Proprietor
K mill, and after a close examinationby ,
any agent of the O. S. & F. R}'. Paper, for I think you have a nuB ,
and published by Professor its best friends, there still seemsto ---- of Such DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, :NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWELRY -..
to Publish
r Oorr, Wauchulla, has been sold be the enacting clause left to tell WORLD WIDE REPUTATION. Things we MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC.
.o, to Rev. W. L. Mahon,who announces the tale of as a Negro Race should learn by
i f that the will be much woe. Anything that coat \Mntfe's\ Cream Vermifuge has this late atten'to Agent for the SINGER, the best Machine in the world All kinds-of-i
paper shortly is to receive hour how to our
money sure rough treatment achieved world wide be-
a reputation as Sewing Machines lepaiKd and Farts furnl.l td.
enlarged and improved. in the House, if a bill to double ing the best of all worm destroyers own Business & let other Peoples .

fh the pay of the members would be pro and for its tonic influence on weak and business alone and if we would Best and cheapest HARNESS in the city. Harness! reraii d promptly

established posed It would go through, all provisions unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the only IEiir A .BOOT AND (SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION.; ,
acidity or sourness of the stomach,, improves take our spare Times np in farmiiig
will be pickled right there. Henry of tbe constitution notwithstand ....
their digestion, and assimilationof
and trying to Raise SomA
\Viese, representing: Schroeder & ing. Dollars for myself but not a cent f food strengthens their nervous sys- ##! +pVf6'tW69Ef4'fdffV'tSttffb'' >EltdtE}gfEAffBltfshUltV>Eyflr<11C51P "'..,
,,fir Co.'s pickling establishment of New for improvement is the motto of the tern and restores them to the health live on we would be better off by a

I York, is in charge and will pay $2 good members in Speaker Gibbons' vigor and. elasticity of spirits naturalto hundred Percent and from the looksof m For a J? easan.t-rj.cLe': : ,

per thousand for fresh cukes from beer jrarden." childhood 250 at all druggists. 5. Some of our Lirtle Farms around Jf.t

r 4bsee| _to* _pia; inches in length, delivered tl' ,. < .C Town Some of our Peoples have r op00 TO 1HElf+ 4 4CLT'
?"'w in Sanford. OSTEEH.Special An editor who died l of starvation ,.

't Correspondence. was being escorted to heaven by an taken old Man Adams instructions AQ 'U'.c: : : : 0 :e,. s
y" One acre of good Florida soil has angel who had been sent out for that and Mr\ Editor I s. -I.J ; k k.f
Osteen am to
been known to yield the following May 18.-There was a danceat >,urposp, says the Find()ley (Courier.) very sorry
from cane: the hall Friday; only a small attendance May I look at the other place beforewe learn that some of my good white : ,

Sold however. The music was ascend to eternal happiness? ?!" friends do not think that \C CSqilboqts !
sugar cane stalks. .$ (>0 00 "Easll a negro ;
rN three barrels of sugar. 30 00 furnished violin. by Mr. Reed Ellis\ on his went below and the skirmished ancel. So around they, like myself can writes Such Letters !Fou .Beautiful :liqkes f otf Uoatiqg.lovvboqts ..-

320 .,illons of 95 00 taking in the sights. The angel lostlght "f
r g syrup as I do for I bad some of them *
to \ Gqnoes fJtfo 01f 1eQ1 .
a Value of 50,000 cane for seed 50 00 Herbet Pattlllo came over and of the editor and went round :.
spent Sunday at his home here, returning hades to hunt him up. lie was found ask me who did My Writing & of

e? Total . . . .$ 235 00 to Sanford at 9 p.m. on a ve sitting and /gazing by a with furnace rapture, fanning on/ himself a lot of corsu I bad to inform them that I a \\q1f e, f of JLdiqission. C\1fot.11\ds.\ "? .a ,
] .
+t' locipede.Mrs. people in the fire. There was a signon does ell of my own writing & could ,
: J. W. Cawthon shot and instantly E. L. Price of Tltusville Is visiting the furnace which said "Delin :i; .
; & would say more but if I cannot Clqb Irfoqse: Opeq 'to tlte)?1iL.li ...
killed W. H. Cramer "
at Quincy on her sister, Mrs. Joe Blauvelt.] quent Subscribers. "Come", said the
; the lOht. This tragedy almost brings O. O. Howard, agent for the Southern angel" we must be going"' ". "You IlOon get a short Letter publish I would

>r to a close the whole of Cramer's fam- Express Company, was np from This, Is said heaven the editor.enough"I'm for me"not.going. not expect to have a long one pub Parties Can Hue the Use, of Dlnlag-Room- 'Iltehel, IltltDtske :;r -

ily. A son of his was one of those Titusville Sunday. ---- lish. ,

;;. who escaped from the county jail A. T. Pattlllo went to Jacksonville DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AGE, Some of our white Friends do not etc., at Moderate Rates.' ::1

ia'' with J. P. Kelly, the post office Monday as a juror in the U. S. court. It's shameful when youth fails to care Very much for the intellergents r '

(t; crook, who was confined there two Miss LeFila show for old but
f Gladys went across the proper respect age, \ootJ F11oo1.ND, : I'TANOI fO _:nggcga\ .1
months ago, and who later commit- river to her home Saturday, return- just the contrary in the case of Dr.King's NOT A SICK DAY SINCE.*
_ -* .
ted suicide in South Florida. A '
ing Sunday.Mr. New Life Pills. They cut off "I

younger son is now detained in the P. Leonardy made a large shipment maladies no inattter how severe and irrespective ney trouble.was taken I tried severely all sorts sick with of medicines kid ;JJ Refreshments will be on Sale every.Thursday, with- Muaic la. thc. ;

rv 1house of correction at Marianna, under of wool to Sabel Bros., last week. of old age. Dyspepsia, Jaun- none of which relieved me. One evening for Dancing., ,

a charge of burglary, under the The young people enjoyed a social] dice, Fever Constipation all yield to day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bittern "a1."__...._._.." _'._._.__. ..__."___v.v.____....._........._.........._. .. ...._ _'_ ......... _. i. ,'"fr '
at the hospitable home of Mr. and this perfect Pill 2sc, at W A. Allen's and determined to try that. After ----- I
? Mrs. Zack Batton Monday evening. and Geo. W. Fisher's drug stores. taking a few doses I felt relieved, and r .
soon thereafter was entirely cured, and ,..
ii THE OLD RELIABLE -- NEW SMYRNH. I Do not for heaven's sake be a have not seen a sick day since.:Neigh JOHN B. STETSON UNIY.B.RSltfo I :f fDE r
; "knocker". If you cannot Bay aood/ bors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism j

Item. from the Breeze. word for your town and community, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney i
keep still-DeFunlak Springs/ Breeze. troubles and General] Debility." This LAND FLORIDA.* 01
{ Peter Paul left Friday for New is what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C. t
c York, where he will spend the summer .- TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY writes. Only 5oc, at \V. A. Allen's and i i

:; Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Geo. W. Fisher's druggists. THE UNIVERSITY' ,OF CHICAGO..
The bell for the Methodist church --w.---
lets. All druggist!! refund the .
weighing about 600 pounds, arrived If it falls to cure. E. W. mODel. To curl feathers first dampen them 'PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHE8 ,INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER. .

oY Wednesday, and will soon be In place.W. signature la on each, box. 25c. then roll them in curling plna in exact ,

R. Frary of Paisley was here .. -- ly the same way one would curl!' the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE! or LAW J ... ,t

o last week and rented the Currier cottage Sealed] Bids hair Leave them in the pins for twentyfour I ACADEMY SCHOOL .OP! ttOLQpTi h &*

for the summer. He'will return Will be received by the City Council hours or so and then comb them NORMAL AND PRACTICE: SCHOOLS : 9 .
NGma' I here.about tbe 26th" lnst..wlth his for scraping and painting the out, when they will be found to curl BUSINESS COLLnQEKINDERGARTEN : ,

water tank and tower, also for paint. most beautifully : .I SCHOOLS.or:MOTIO AND ART
family. lag! the engine house The .
city to 5s ,
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