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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 29, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. XVII, NO. 22 DE LAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 29!>, 1903. \I S1.OO SiNOLa.>.Coins* YAIJ,,t Five tN ADVANOC CBNTBG iWr

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-TH : LEiDINGProfessional -- 'I the advantages which had been given;

andBusiness A GRAND COMMENCEMENTUNIVERSITY could them, be and accomplished told them that except nothing with G. A. DREICA & CO.

II'' Men hard, diligent, painstaking, consistent ':..:--- .LEADINGt'

w effort
-OW DBLAND.l -
Mr. Landrum also preached at the
fW.VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M.D., First church in the
CLOSES IN A Baptist DeLand General MerchandiseOldest
and evening, to a large congregation./:
--b Physician Surgeon.
Tennis( Tonriinnitnt./ fr
Nsw York Ave.. DeLand,Flu. Offloe Hours. BLAZE OF GLORY. I The exercises \.
10 A.M to 14: M.; =ii to 4 and 7 to g P. M.EO. began Monday morn Established House in the City. '
ing with the tennis tournament be-
A. DAVIS M. D..
tween Captain Cotton and, Mr.\ T. P.

Phys'" t.ian and Surgeon LARGE ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES Warlow, the noted English experts at DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.SPEOIALTIES.

Office Hour: I.... M.to 18 if.;; 1 to ft and 7 toHP. this game, on the one tide, and Palot ,
M. and McElroy\ representing the Uni
Special attention to miUwlfey and surgery -- S ,
Call answered at any hour. OflloeluresIdoncw versity. Two setH of doubles and two "

. Ho......, Indiana Avenue went or Court Interesting Programs Rendered Banquets Galore.] sets of singles/ were played, the visitors New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard. ,\

JOHN MAcDId AMID, M. D., Fine Graduating Classes-Degrees (Conferred.The number winning of all persons four events.witnessed A large the DeLand Florida.. "'"

, Physician and Surgeon. President's. Reception-Good-Byes. games, which lasted from 8.30:: until 11

-l A General Practitioner not a Specialist. o'clock. -f9141 OKK>-KH t : t { 0 tJ tO t O tt!

OfBo 12;over 1 to 4 FI.her'eDrug aod 7 to B. Store. Hour i \9 to J. COMMENCEMENT: at John B. Stet and national affairs within a very few Work Shop Exhibit. RiE't; ; i.SO"L.se i.

began Friday years. At 2 p. m. an exhibit of the work : DeLand Office. .

A. MTJNSON.M. evening at 8 o'clock with the spring Law Department Class Day. accomplished by the students In the

Homeopathic Physician. term pupils' recital. The auditoriumwas School of Technology, and of the 1
well filled with townspeople, visitors The auditorium was filled Saturday workings of the machinery in this

Offloe Offloe coond Uoui-n door 10 south to 1*ol A.Ft.her'adrug H.; II toO and store 7 to patrons and pupils. Those who evening, when the Law Department new school, was given. The baskets, : s For: ::Rer:: :: 't

, 1..11._ took part were: Professor Robert L. observed Class Day. The priyram trays and other grass and woven workof

JJB.W.8. TAYLOR, Scholield:: Roy S. Brown, Mrs. Rosa. consisted of the following: the pupils in the grammar' school;
1 Futrelle! -Gldeon, Misses Marion Jack- Organ-Marche Sole nelle, by Mrs. the wood work of the older pupils, City Lots, Residences

Surgeon-Dentist. son, Maude Sparkman, Ruby Geiger, Invocation.Futrelle-ideon. such as box, cabinet and table manu : and Unimproved Property.

Jessie Carr, E. Lorraine Cnatterton, facturing, was quite interesting. The 1
Offloe over Fisher's Drug Store DeLand,Fl
Song-It Was Not So to Be by Roy S.
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Harriett Fuller, Annie \Volseley, students take the wood just as It

a JAMES B. ALEXANDER Pearl Spauldlng, Mary B. Miller, Address Brown. comes, from the mill or the forest, Property of Non-Kesiflents Cared For and Taxes Paid.
by the President, Thomas C.
AttorneyatLaw.Will Mary Louise Monroe, J.LucenaSpald- Caluiea. saw it up, turn 1C, make the articles I
ing, Mary M. ZabiUkle. and tbe la- and then paint, varnish, or burn
Practice In State and Federal CourU. Oration-The Birth of a Nation, by
011I""..: Houma 1 und it, Brush DIodE, Vie- dies' chorus. The numbers were well them. Considering that this is the Land sold for Taxes redeemed.
L.ao.FLoaIDA. received and the applause generous. Sydney D. Lenfesty. first year this school has been in operation
Oration-The Greater Republic, by very creditable work has been .i J. R.Abstract. "W"tfcirll:
BERT FISH Banquet to Law Department. James W. McKinnon. done. The workmanship of Gustavo 4 "I I
Hon James E. Alexander 20 Reinecke Miss Office between Post Office and Bank.
gave a Ballad-Op. by Baerecke of DeLand: Harry Ware of 1
Attorneyat-Law, banquet in the St. Elmo at 10 o'clock Mary B. Miller. Jacksonville,Vernon Hays of DeLand, loO-l-O-loO-l-O+O+O-l-O-oO-l! loO-IH>toO-l-o-I-o+<>K) ,
Friday evening the members and History and Prophecy-Lehman Mc- --------------- ,- --- -- .
Practicing in all State and Federal Courts.Civil and young Camp of White Springs' I is, --
attention.or Criminal buaiuvtta Klvou careful faculty of the Law Department, the Kinney. deserving of special mention, being

local bar and tbe members of the Presentation to the University: as a executed In most workmanlike man- A POLICY WILL DO ;1.3'I!) ) ''l

FAMES W. PERKINS. press. Covers were laid for thirty, Class Day Memorial the New ner. The burttt-wood articles of furniture y',

and every seat was filled. An excel- York Chancery Reports by GeorgeA. -book-cases( cabinets, tables, something almost wonderful and cer \
-Law. lent repast was served, consisting/ of DeCottes, Jr. etc.-are the most creditable.\: Dy talnly highly/ satisfactory.( 1 1 I

S- Solicitor Criminal Court of R olrd. Will practice tbe following: Acceptance for the University, by another year the Iron lathes and! It will raise money from the ache> r k 3 ("

ida. In Ottlee all courts oviir witblu Volualtt the Couuty: Slate llank ol, Flor" Boullon Saltines Dean Albert Farrah, of the Law other machinery.-the Ilnest that money ; of a burned down home or store. It ea e P

Roast Turkey New Potatoes, Creamed Department. can bu:)'-- will be in orieratloij.' will pay; many; thousand per cent or 1c
E. H. HAYWAKD New Peas Small French Bolls Song-The Bill of l
City Real Estate and Insurance Office. Jelly Glee Club.Valedictory0.. of our visitors, aa I It has just been build his residence or to make a new '

e Taxe. Paid and Rents Collected for NonKealdents. Olives Celery Radishes K.1 eaves. completed, and (U; occupied for the start In business j

Vanilla Ice Cream Benediction.The first time I Ibis yt-ar. 'l'hlrlll/ floor of j I2))
CITY PROP RTY A SPE.CIAL'TY.Alreney FIRE INSURANCE ?
presentation of the New York
for the LeadingAmerican Fire In- Assorted Trench Cakes Nuts and RetainsCoffee this building, occupied; by the lathes
suranu Company i He. XH-I I NM- Chancery Reports by Mr. DeCotteswas and other machinery has just been Is not a speculation ; it's a necessity.r= 'a

BOB Boulevard. PsLAND: FLA. Cigars Grape Juice Punch a masterful effort. The young equipped with loO) automatic lire Permit( us to write you up a policy. (, 111

ATOLUSIA COUNTY When the inner man had been prop- man showed marked ability.Mr. sprinklers, which "go off" at 160 de
I ", ABSTRACT::: COMPANY erly cared for, the toastmaster, Mr. 'Reaves, the valedictorian of /{rees.11 exhibit of the working of SILAS B. WRIGHT, DeLand, Xla..

.N' 8. B. wILSON, MANAGER. N. O. Van Sant, brother of the governor his class, Is also a :young man of more these tire sprinklers was' made, a lire

Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. of Minnesota, who is a memberof than usual ability, as was shown by being built under one\: In the yard. It ._ -
Next to Voiusla County Bank, the junior law class, announced the his eloquent, choice language/: and worked! satisfactorily.<1 A new= dynamo

Do Laud.Fla.H. following toasts, which were appro- terse sentences.!' capable of furnishing 2.0 Incan- o'o'o'o".a'-a'a'.*'cs'-a'*'oN' O.a'*.O'o'o'-a'a'a.a o-o o ";
HUTCHINSON, priately and most creditably responded Tile others who took part In the descent lights t U among the other '

\. A. ; Notary :Public. to: "Our Host," Lehman program also did well. valuable machinery recently Installed Have You Got It ? !

McKinney; "Our !School:! ," Prof. C. D. Business College Banquet.The here. The p'ant is In charge/ of Engineer -

I Dealer in Real Estate. Landis; "The Florida Bar,Bert Fish, J. H. Kruse, who is a genius, in j
J Business College participatedin his line. We have "an ax to grind; have
Ta",..-paid and assessments attended total
non-residents. eLand, Fila.I a banquet at Chaudoin Hall at \9:30: your Our object is to have you
I Saturday evening, after the class day -
appreciate the advantages of deal
... I exercises of the Law Department. A
T. ALLEN. M.D., PH.D. ing with us. You will tally appre-
of, af
E,. 1 tempting, spread was partaken
I: .Ocullst and Aurist.DeLand ter which there were toasts and ''after ciate it when you have tried it.

., I dinner talks" Prof. R. J, Mac-
Mondays,over Allen's DrugStore dougall filled the position of toast- :Reliable:

Orlando Wednesdays, Liirtlgue'B UouieOoala master. Toasts were: responded 1 to a*
Thursdays,Mont Kuma.'Gainesville 23ossesh.oein
: Saturdays, brown HouseTIIE follows: Class '01, D. P. Fry; Class : g_
'02, Oscar Lnfbrrg( ; Class '03, Miss '
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1 Emma J. York; Prophecy Class: '03: -
BERRY KENT
Will Continue Open Henry Haynes. The occasion. was a 7 ,
: WINTER: most enjoyable one in every: r""|>ect.Biircalnurpate Q' :
Daringthe Summer b NEW SHOP. OP. COURT
HOME
Sermon.
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public also parties home desiring board. The auditorium was almost filled __ __ _,_ ____ d_ __

TRANSItNTRATeS $2.00 PER DAY Sunday morning. The rostrum was amass
Large. ,Cool Room.and Good Table. i'c
of potted plants and flowers. On
COEN.
J. E.
the rostrum were Father" N. Chau EMORY eGOLLEGIS.
REV. ALONZO DOW OEIGER, w ..
doin, the venerable president of the
TURNER HOUSE
On Whom Was Conferred the Degreeof Board of Trustees; Rev. J. E. Dates,

-OP".l ALL THE YEAR- Doctor of Divinity.Mr. pastor of the DeLand Baptist church11, I
Rev. L. D. Geiger of'Apopka Rev. T. J. HALL BltfMSEY, .
Avenues, ;
Corner New York and Florida Geiger Is a Florida" Cracker.
DeLand Florida. J. Sparkman of DeLand, and Rev. Dr.
tie was born In Marlon county on October A PopularStudent of the I.nw Department -
- LooaUon pleasant, healthy and homelike. Welles of Lake Helen besides the
18, 1854, and received his educa- of tile I'lilversltj. 1836- OXFORD GEORGIA. -1903
'1.00 per day. Special r.te. by for commencement preacher, Rev.\: W. W. ,
Agates E. D. IOLKOD, 'rop. tion in the public schools of the state
!
Landrum, D.D., pastor of tbe First The young man whose portrait is
school for several
tie taught years,
Baptist church of Atlanta membersof shown above has just completed his r
BENNETT HOUSE, and the by bard ministry.study Rev.prepared Geiger himselffor has the faculty and Board of Trustees second year at Stetson, the past yearin is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section

MB8. 17. M. BENNETT, PROP. Held several of the bent pastorates of the lustitutlon. the Law Department. He is from OXFORD: Georgia, where there are no. local. causes to
, The order of service was as follows: Dixon, 111., and spends the winters in
The will continue to make
New York: avenue DeLand, Florida. the state, and at the last session of sickness. College every
1 ;' Organ-March in A, by Chauvet; Mrs. DeLand with his father and ulster in
Bates >1 to S* per days ffi to |3 per week. the Florida Baptist State Convention effort now, as! in the past, to send forth young men well furnished.in .
Futrelle-Gldeon. a beautiful home recently purchased
Special rates for familial or for lesson.H. was elected corresponding secretary.He in and in zealous Christian
physical strength\ Dlentaltr"ining.
and Doxology-(Congregation standing/ ) by his father. Mr. Brumsey is a pop
is a man of energy, vigor/
1'' Invocation-Rev. Welles. ular student, an energetic young character..
C. HAVEN push. The degree was conferred on
aim as a courtesy, and as a token of Anthem-Hark, Hark My Soull man, and quite a leader in society.. Courses leading. to. the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B.; and S.B. ,

:, ,:.. Artesian Well Contractor, his valuable services to the Baptist Scripture Reading-Fifth Chapter of He Is now filling the responsible position -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in lif..
of secretary of the Kent Club
: denomination of the state. Revelations. After the is for election of
' Dealer In Aermntors, Tanks Merciful Debating/ Society. Sophomore year, opportunity given
Lord. Be
Machinery. Soprano'Solo, ,
and Pnmplnu studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes.
Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. Esq.; "Our Teacher," J.V.. McKln- by Miss J. Lucena Spaldlng./
DeLand. Florida. non; 'Florida Paul Carter; "The Prayer-Rev. L. D. Gelger. Alumni Meeting: and Bunqaet.
Graduating; Class; ," J. Turner Butler. Anthem-I'm a Pilgrim. 1 The annual meeting of the Alumni The Central Dining Hall will offer good food at actual cost not to exceed
eight dollars month. Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per month for eaablodtfer. .
President 1 Forbes, Dean Farrah and ViolinCavatina, by J. Claude Reed. : Association was held at 3 m. on per ,
p. of Faculty :
or member the
, BLACK SMITH This s>stein Is under the Immediate supervision a .
, the host were called upon and each Song-Lead, Kindly Light, by the Monday in Chaudoin Hall. Officers who Is assisted by aoompetent and experienced matron. /"'

made brief but interesting remarks. Stetson Quartette. for the ensuing/ year were elected as
I' ->- .-AND t- ,
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This was considered Mr. Alexander's"first Baccaluarate Serman-Rev. VT. W. follows: All necessary expenses for the college year may be brought /

WAGON SHOP break" for bis congressionalrace Landrum. President-Frank: W. Pope, Jr. within $175.00.FALL i
, I and if he baa as clear salting; all Hymn, Mighty God, While Angels First Vlce-Pres.-l\I1ss Louise Mc- ,
, All kinds of Krpsirtng his duties Bless TheetBenedictionRev.I .
. along as he bad Friday night, Kinney.
: i Reasonable Done Promptly Prices.and at will soon call him to Washington. J. E. Oates. Second Vlce-Prea.James Dee TERM: Qpiarrs. Svrr TE.MUER 17,1902 : :, .\

t. The affair concluded at 1 o'clock, af- Organ-Prelude and Fugue/ in B Flat. Pounds. .,. 'L I ]
HORSHHOMA SPECIALTY.t terwhich rousing cheers and the col Mr. Landrum took for his text the Third Vice-Pres.-T. W. Fielding.

lege yell were given the host, President first verse of the Ufth chapter of Rev- Recording Sec.-O. C. Staley. For catalogue and other information, address ;. 'fJ\

t- *8COTT HODGKINS Forbes and the member of the elation. He la a fine talker, and had Corresponding/ Sec.-Miss Elizabeth I !'Ii'

faculty. The entire affair was a com- evidently made a deep study of hia Wlnegar. .y

J Let t plete success' and developed! tbe fact I subject. It wan a most scholarly address Chaplain-Rev. J. O. Black.It James E. Dickey; President; ,

{ that some very bright young men were and was attentively listened was decided that the Alumni
< Rssw.ur i.eBwLisM among the law'students the past year. |I to. HU talk to the graduate was should erect a hospital aa a /gift to j

i o.e lsha a .THE: NEWS will be greatly surprised ,' abort and to the point. He advised the University. The' plans aa con-, ,-OXFOBU: GLOUQIA.O

11,.they,are not_.fecard. from,in state themiuirJ':: rood use of the life and (Continued. on Third Page.)


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r" PUBLISHED EVERY -FRIDAY.--.. TIlE seasons un. As X, Summer;sings have ad- g Enterprise |go I g Orange City f fo PLEASANT TO USE. -

i. : DELAND VOI.CSIA COUNTY, FLOHIDA. the seaside resorts 00000000000000000000000000 0 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOrange o ( (0
Your teeth will be more attractivefrom (o
doubtless will add their .
customary -
k -BY- E this week the second City, May 27.-Mrs. Belle stiff brush and
scores to the death list-a W publish using a good a .
TilE NEWS! 1'L'IU.ISIIINO l'OII'Y Coulter and two daughters, Misses
best prepared by the
ghastly roster made after I paper reliable dentifrice and from care in .
up year ,
(Incorporated.) Marion and Bessie, were in Orange i
I- I pupil. of the history class: of the De
) who nine out of
year by persons Land public school. City Thursday. They were riding keeping the teeth clean. 0
ten lose their lives
OHBIS. CODBINGTON. needlessly. aMore
with friends from DeLand.Mr. .

't'.' Business Manager and Editor. to drowninps vanity than are to to be attributed other- ENTERPRISE. George Dozier and family spent We Have Brushes of Reliable Bristles :
any I I
Saturday In DeLand.
t Subscription Itntes. and not (BY BESSIE: COULTER.)
cause. Young men, some i
One Tear. ........................... ........$1 I 00 I to their There were a hack load of our young and dentifrices that clean without :

Blx months...,...... ..... .. ................ III) young skill and are eager display Enterprise: was the first town set. people went to DeLand Friday evening injuring the teeth. You '11 be better
strength by swimmingout
? 1 When paid tn advance.. When .
not III
paid !! to attend the concert at Stetnoa .
& c' advance add 60 per cunt. long distances, and when fatigue tied In the Interior of the peninsulaof all over from proper use of these.
Florida" south of St. Augustine. It University. They had one of Mr. Can.nons' .
: Entered In the' pottoftice DeLand, Florida. or a cramp comes they are un-
,' M second emu e.t able to make shore, and perish. was settled by Major C. Taylor, who teams of DeLand. i
the first settler In that vicinity Mrs. S. C. Fuller has a new refrigerator -
was ;
Advertising rates furnished on application. Poor swimmers, male and female, FISHER'SWM. .
can insure themselves absolutely be located about 1841 on the north porcelain lined, from Grand .
,
Adtlreas all
Communications and mnk
Rapids Mich. It's _
side of Lake Monroe and built a hotelon a dandy.
checks or money orders payable to the coin against danger by putting on a

t puny. at PeLiiiul, lilt.L _._ ._-__ _._ _u __ pneumatic collar. It is not pretty, a shell mound between Green Conductor York and daughter, Em ( @ \"
4 -. -- : --- and Mr. Mlckle .
Spring and the lake shore. lie lived ma, a student of Stetson
but wearing it sink.
FRIDAY, MAY 29! 1903. no one can
'. -- _ The deadly 'boating accident"is here and kept the hotel from 1831 until University, are visiting with Mrs. KOLMAN of Orange City has a SECOND HAND .,

1; ': ; ":; :. ." Senator Hanna slates that he is due. The rash fool who does not 1847, when in a difficulty with his S. C. Fuller this week. FURNITURE BUSINESS in DeLand as well as his

!' :::., 'j..'.""',\'''for not. the and will not be nomination, a candidate in goes know boating how to nevertheless manage a boat, and: but the Taylor overseer! removed, the overseer to Texas.was killed and the Mr.entertainment S. C. Fuller and at Stetson wife attended Friday Hardware and Furniture House in Orange City ii7-j\p

Republican
On this estate there Is a marble evening.
humorous fool who plays practical Also nmklnif ami renlherlnir French Pluto Mirrors He la also agent for the Cherokee
I -'- 1904. He refuses however, to indorse jokes afloat to frighten the girls, tombstone bearing/ the following- Amy and Hattie Fuller returned to I\l1u'l.Ilo Work,L'unton. On. lie ,m now selling Cheaper tbau. eve for the Summer trade Call
their home In East Orange Wednesday and Bt'U him at Orunite City or nt DC Land.
Roosevelt. arc responsible for most of the cap- rlously written inscription: City _ S_ \,
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-- sizinga. No to abate them "Sacred to the memory of our be. from Stetson University.

.: Trade with the people who advertise suggests:! itself way except to prosecuteand loved Colly, daughter of C. & C. Taylor Mrs. Herrick seems to be gaining at Blull'ton. Relics and human bones FIRE AT DEERFOOT., .

+., in THE NEWS.Ve will send to jail an occasional survivor who departed this! life of typhoid slowly\ every day. can be dug from the mounds. Taylor-L-;;;;
The Bird tract of land embracing J. B. House, Barn
fever 21 1842 13 and Joseph Baker's nine months old Infant ,
when it can be done. The Sep. age years
t vouch for the of busi
honesty every 5,000 acres, including the rich shell Wharf, Horse', Etc. .
parent who will allow his daughter 13 days. Major C. Taylor was the first was burled Saturday afternoon.It .

.. ness man in DeLand whose adverk to go sailing without being sure of settler at Enterprise, Florida, in 1847, died with spinal menlngetls. The lands at Bluffton will probably be of- J. B. Taylor's possessions at Deer- .it

tisement ,appears in the paper to the: ability of the man In charge to when the country was full of Seminole family have the sympathy of their fered for sale for colony purposes. It foot landing were entirely destroyedby

fI day. handle a boat is to be classed Indians and in the midst of their na neighbors and friends in their sad be. belongs to Mr. Bird of New York and fire between 1 and 4 o'clock yesterday -
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is in charge of C. H. Curtis who
tion. reavement.Mr. resides afternoon.It .
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4 A person named Randall, living terrible grief when disaster follows)] There were no white settlementsnearer Frank Taylor and wife left in the Bluffton cottage. It la !supposed the fire caught in the

: in Mulberry, Polk county wa is a punishment worse than death.A than St. Augustine, and he Tuesday for Columbus, Ohio, to spend would be a fine site for a town. The scrub from sparks from the north-

; lynched several nights ago for run- little good sense, a little prudence left In 1817"Major the summer with Mrs. Taylor's sister. tract embraces several kinds of land bound train. A strong east wind

k t ning a blind tiger. It will not do would save hundreds of lives Taylor brought to this sec- Miss Alma Halliday and Miss Cella -shell blurts, hammock, pine and flat- drove the flames toward Deerfoot

c yearly, but good sense and prudence tion settlers under the Armed Occu- Babcock made a business trip to De- I woods, and extends for a number ofmiles landing. The barn first caught, and
: however to all the in
: lynch ,
people are not plentiful, and the desire pation Act, which gave to each settler Land Monday. up and down the river, as wellas the tire soon spread to the shed over -

: the state who engage in this illicit for pleasure is strong in the the right,! to take up land under Rev.Varner and wife left Wednesday some distance east of the river. the mineral spring, the residence, S

': business. All dry counties suffer young. The duty Is imposed on actual settlement and cultivation fora noon, for Ohio, where they will\ The past, 20 years $2,000:! In taxes have ,varehouse, dock. etc. Mr. Taylor

it from this cause. their elders to be watchful for term of years. Among these were: spend the summer with their children.C. been paid on the land. Mr. CurtU. saved nothing. Even his household

them. John Simpson, who was the first sheriff S. Fellows of Chicago, a friend of pays about $100 each year on it. furniture was a total loss. Therewas

i ? We are living in the hope, say"the --- .------ and who settled on the de Barry estate Mr. Charles Dickinson, came In on There are three natural orange a little insurance on the residence

FATIIKIt OR LOVER, Olt MOTH? ; Campbell on the Brock- house Saturday made Miss Dickinson a living groves in this part of Florida, one at but none on the other prop-
L1 Palatka Times Herald, that the Prlzw Letter Collier'
Weekly. Bluffton and at Idlewlld"
two
property, and Dupont on the Bodine visit and returned on Monday.Mr. across erty.

Jacksonville mayoralty election will ADDY Daddy, how am I go- estate; besides others who figured in George/ McCormick, mother, the river from Denton point, belongIng ._-

be close to ing to write you this letter? sister and to Mr. Bowers of Tennessee. ASIC YOUR DEALER:: FOR ALLEN'S
Miss
1. enough prevent a congressional D the Indian War, such as Potter, Win- Nellie Alta Rowell,
I should feel ashamed ofmYRE1f
FOOTEASEA
l possibility being san, Crone and Jernigan. It is said made a business trip to DeLand Sat- These groves were profitable before
produced the feet.
powder for It cureaiwolteu
for not the
having that the and push of these. urday. the great freeze, as the sour trees _
energy Sore Hot _
J.J":4wentlng
by the result. Callous Aching -
I courage to go straight to you und tell early settlers gave the town its name. Messrs. Joseph Porter, Henry Casper were budded with sweet stock. The) : Feet Corns and Bunions. At ,

tlL* you Diy secret as a sensible young In 1854 the state Legislature established B. K. McCarty, C. S. Fellows of are coming out again. OBSERVER. 'I) MtijrtfUts, aud shoe stores 25c. Ask
:: If the Daytona newspapers would woman should. Instead I have run p
Volusla county and made Enter- Chicago and Mrs. Grant Bly of De today. _____ I fl I J-Ul I
1 pay a little more attention to running up to write you all my heart. WhenI prise the county site until the matterof Land were registered at the Freeman Death of 3Irs. Sauls. I \

: down the brutes who assault! have finished I shall slip the let- a permanent county site should be house this week. Mrs!: Adallne A. Sauls wife of' Thin a to B. Avoided.Don't .

ladies on the streets of that ter under your bedroom door. determined by popular vote. This Mrs. J. Haley was In Orange! City George Sauls, died at the home of her wake a narrow door narrower
prosperous
by a heavy portiere. A small house ia
Here it is. I love another
man- daughter !Mrs R. C. Bushnell in De-
Wednesday business. .
matter was never really determineduntil on
town, and the burglars who another besides and made Minify by too many hangings.Don't ...
make hideous you, Daddy; 1888, when, by election, the Land, on Friday morning last, aftera put chandeliers in a room with
there
' night over the conviction is nearly breakingmy court house was moved to DeLand. LUNOHEH A.VO BARBER VILLE. long illness with cancer of the face low ceiling. Side brackets are to be .

1 and leave DeLand poople to settle heart. There was an election, however, as is Funeral services were conducted on :had In artistic! shapes. .

their own differences-some good The man I love-the other one, shown by the records. of the county pedal Correspondence. Saturday by Rev. J. E. Gates, pastor Don't have too much of any one kind

.. might be accomplished. Haddy-is good, brave, true and- commissioners in 1869 to determine BARBERVILLE.Rev. of the DoLand Baptist church. The jf decoration- In the house. Grill work;

: yea) ; even great; but my poor heartaches aud stained glass repeated lu more
whether or not the county site should Gllrison body was taken to her home at Sauls-
---------- a former
with the pastor, than two rooms become monotonous.
unalterably thoughtthat
; remain at Enterprise! or be moved to vllle for Interment. The funeral;
To the Gazette News
Daytona preached at the Baptist church Sunday Don't
if I to him I must leave :: buy a bright colored carpet to
( the DeLand Record and whomsoever Leave go the dearest best Spring Hill. In this election twenty. morning, May 17, to a faIr attendance the grave was very largely attended, put lu rooms where the furniture ia
,
,
you. you four votes were cast for Spring Hill notwithstanding the friends. coming from all over that not to be correspondingly toned up.
showery
else these presents shall come, truest father a girl ever had. and only twenty-one for Enterprise.But weather. section of the county to show their Don't have the floor, wall and furniture I

M ,4 greeting: THE DELAND NEWS knowsof When I look back over the twenty- the court house was not moved. I A young sister of Mrs. Terry is stay- respect for the memory of the dt- in a room covered with material
three of life-all mother-
no Democratic newspnper in Vo- years my This was probably due to the small log with relatives here. She has ceased. which Las a decided pattern.
less years-and recall how we-jou Don't put into a room unsteady little
vote cast. been Mrs. Sauls was 7.. years of age.
, -E lusia county having seven Republican \ living South Florida.
and I, Daddy-have walked handin tables loaded with meaningless brlc-a-
In 1860 Capt. Brock came and in The She was born in uval county, but
stockholders but do knowof Sunday school recently ettabished brac. .
; we hand, heart to heart, all the
way
1865;; built the Brock house, which at the Methodist church has resided In Volusla county on the .
is
sunshine and shadow :: reported -
two Volusia county newspapers through over ranked in those days with the same to be getting!! alung all right, old homestead for the past 41 years THE NEWS and Florida's ,l greatest!

;:i. ; having jackasses for editors both smooth paths and rough-drawing distinction as the Royal Poinciana, with a food attendance.C. She was the mother of ten children newspaper-the Semi-Weekly Times-
closer to each other with the
: of whom take great delight in asi ever of I think of College Amis and other first-class hotels :. VanSickle of Winter Park organized all grown and married. Namely, Union-only '1.50 per year in ad-

passing years-when of today. After the Civil war Mrs. B D. Brooke of Osteen, Mrs. J. s. vance.
nine criticism of THE NEWS. all this and then think that I am a Sunday school at Emporla
many noted men came to Enterprise, Sunday May 17. He has Gaines ot Oak Hill Mrs, P. Leonardy
-- organizeJ
really asking you to let me leavu Gen. Sherman I (''eceased) of Osteen John Sauls of .MOTHEI13! MOTHERS! )MOTHERS!
; The White Springs Herald cl-limn among whom were: four or five Sunday' schools. in this ,
oh I part
that the editor of the Lake City Cit you, actually asking- could I Gen Grant, Gen. Breckinridge and I of the county recently. the firm of Thayer & Sauls of Enterprise How many cliildieu ate at this sea-
heart out for its
tear my) treacheryI Grover Cleveland. Mrs.! A. H. Davis, !Mrs. G. F. ion feverish and constipated with bad
izen-Reporter is the champion flop could out f-.r Services may be expected at the noitmcli and headache. Mother Gray'sI'owiltMs _
; weap my eyes Enterprise, at the bead of naviga.tion Carlisle and Mrs. R. C. Bushnell of De- ;>
Baptist church the
bitterness of soul. on second Sunday for Children will always cure.
-world. But Editor Cald .
of the
; per very the St. Johns of Land, Mrs. Dr. Scriven of Miami and If
When on was great in June. worm are present they will\ certainly
I think l for
EK : well has evidently never witnessed of leaving you importance, being the moot southern- We had some genuine summer Mrs. Clara Quaclcenbos of Enterprise remove them. At all druggists.
this love I
and
: the acrobatic of new despise myself) in the state reached by public (deceased.) 25cts. Samples mailed FREE. Address
:'t ; performances oui ly point weather thia week, the first of the
( want to go down at :your feet and Allen. S. Olmsted, LeRoy N. Y. t
until after the construction Twenty-four members of the United
Pen Brevatt. DeLand still claims conveyance season. ..
; but oh ----- -
beg forgiveness; Daddy, States Senate In the fitty-elgbth Congress
this time
It at
,::4 the belt. when :I think of giving up my new of railroads. was Mr. Barber spent several) days in were soldiers In the Civil War, Sealed' Bids

!' THE NEWS has no respect for the love I cannot bear the pain of it for and continued to be until 1885, a distributing Jacksonville! last! week. i eleven on the Union and thirteen on I Will be received by the City Council

: chronic Hopper-a who, one moment. I can not! I can not !I I point for mail, which went The Brown brothers, who were rt- the Confederate tide. One member I for scrapingand painting the S
person to New Smyrna and points further ccntly burned out in Daytona liatc of the Senate, Pettua of Alabama, water tank and lower, also, for painting .
nearly always, succeeds In getting And here I am asking you to let south. The mail was carried over served also in the Mexican war. in the engine house. The city to
i. me go. Will 'you ever know the started business: again in Daytona, the which be attained the rank of lieu furnish material for this paintingAll
; : on both sides of, a question. But it pain it gives met Altaosc I could land by wagon to Landpoint (now Ti- store having been rebuilt by the tenant. The last battle of the Civil bids to be in by noon, June 8, 1903.

has every respect for the man who, implore not to let me gotobold tusvlllc), from there by boat down IndIan owner. War was fought in Texas on May 11, E. D. McLEOD,
you
1SU5.:!( A majority of the members ot
river to Lake Worth, and then a City Clerk.
; when he sees himself in the wrong, me, hold me even against my LUNOREN. the fifty-eighth House who saw service -
took the mail on his back and
has the manhood to own up to his man The rains the forepart of the month on either side in the Civil War Many of our merchants are arranging -

will.But no, you will give me walked eighty/ miles on the sandy brought out the were In the Northern army. Thereare their affairs so that they can
error and to do what he can to make your beach to Miami. It has been said crops wonderfully, thirty former Confederates in the put
dear smile of immeasurable tenderness but 10 days of dry weather has createda in considerable time this summer i
House.
It takes manhood this mail carrier has carried
amends. more that the
_;
and bid me seek my happiness, demand for more moisture. fishing. In the lakes around town.
character for one to own that mall sack from Lake Worth to Miami .
more and then heart will bleed
) my In an There were about 40 persons. at the ,
he is in the wrong than to continue agony of self-reproach. and on Us being opened It contained Sunday school last Sunday.C. March Trains on Orange City Branch. '
letter and that for the mall
; in the wrong when one knows it, Daddy, if you can forgive me- only one himself. U. Van Sickle was the guest of In order to make connection at Or. .. ;:

and is afraid to retract what he has how silly of me to say that I If yon carrier Mr. Turner Saturday night. ange City Junction with Atlantic .--J
k For there were no regular .
; years
can believe that I still love you- One of the busiest places In this re- I April May'Coast Line train No. 35, the trains &.. .
.
done while in the wrong.w' church services, but finally the Metho- -
r that is foolish, too. If-ah, I must ilon is Alco, just across the river from operated on the Orange City Branch

AlachuacountyisfloW in the ask it-if you can give me up to dist and Presbyterian alternated the with BlulTton, where the St. Johns Log,! and There ia a best time for doing known as Nos. 3 and 4, will run on .

him, tell me so by putting a rose on public worship. Eventually Presbyterian Tie Company Is operating a large everything-that is, a time when a the following schedule commencing ..
throes of a wet and dry fight. Vo- became the stronger and : ,
breakfast in the thing can be done to the best ad-
; my plate morning. business in timber. Their commodious Monday May 4th, 1903: \,

lusla county has been without an ', Don't speak to me then, for my I, built a church, but it was burned olHce! located some distance out vantage, most easily and most elI No.a-Leave New Smyrna..............8:80! -d:

i open saloon for nearly fifteen years heart is too full-just put the rose about 1810.) A few years previous the over the river. Tbe cars run on a I fectively. Now is the best time Arrive Orunnu City............4)5 a p.m.at ,I,
tourists with the aid of the mission for Arriveorange City Junction...J(0( .
...and we want no more of it. How. there And then after a while I trestle to the place where the logs are purifying your blood. Why? No.4-Lv.Orange City Junction ......4::US p.m p.m ,))1't,
i will to talk society, built an Episcopal church Because system Is Lv.Or&lJlJeClty.......... .......:M "
try sensibly to your now trying p.m \1.
nZ ever, the law should be amended so about it-about him. you which is still standing- taken and sent to Jacksoo\lie. A to purify It-you know this by the Ar.New' Smyrna................s.tx: p.m
new car, or machine shop has been -
to give the hotels a right to sell The flrat court house In Enterprise pimples and other !'
as Good that
sweet I eruptions
4; night Daddy. erected near the bank of the river. DISASTROUS WRECKS.. ;
to their guests only: We must have hardly know what sort of state my was built of palmetto logs two stories Goold T. Butler of St. Augustine lathe have come on your face and body.Hood.s Carelessness

cannot heart is in. I know high. The lower story was divided is responsible for many
that I
only
hotels-and they of the
the big manager new ,
company wreck
Sarsaparilla a railway and the same
Into two rooms,one of which was used causes
thrive without furnishing wines and love two men and with all the very successors to the Atlantic Lumber are making; human wrecks of sufferers
them soul that is in me. That sounds for a bar room and the other for the Company.It and PillsAre from Throat and Lung troubles. But
All of 'I
to'their '
beer guests. dreadful, but one of them'; fa court room. The upper story was for since the advent of Dr. New I ,
9 it my grand jury. Mr. Crane was tbe first Is a pleasure to see the One crops the medicines to take-they do King's ,,
this. In doing ,
do Discovery (for .
Constipation
idolized father but the Coughs
; practically, other-ah, ,
clerk of the circuit court and Judge growing on'Hhe rich shell land at the work thoroughly and
4 violate the law and put the rose there in the morning and General FIndley agreeably and Colds even the worst cases can b. .i''
however they Douglass were
:
,,,,1 Jluffton. Mr. Currle up to last Saturday and never fail to do it.Hood's cured, and hopeless resignation is
conviction the first judges. They used to come no !IV;
and Daddy
are liable to arrest Your alternately and hold court. There bad shipped 100 crates of bean, are the medicines you longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of )t I,

..;t and thus having the stigma of lawbreakers loving were only two men in the county: who : which brought from $1 to 83 per crate have always heard recommended. Dorchester, Mass., is one of many '\' I

', "" thrust them. The lawmakers DAUGHTER. were exempt from jury duty. These. .i in New York. He has begun the shipment '':'cannot. roi-ommenj Rood' Saraparflis, whose life was saved by Dr. King's ;:".j
on
,
,; ;;; and t New Discovery. This is
the ,
were postmasterJ.Campbell. of tomatoes. Others will ship k.WkM: a aprlnE.ndtelno.! When we great remedy j
..
at Tallahassee should pass FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON the mall carrier to New Smyrna J. t nprlnv we all feel betterthroimh guaranteed for all Throat and Luna a .
l'ij
from the same locality and from Vo- the umm r. Mae. S. H. N AI., OJ
McCr.yep.
... bill covering,tbia matter. FARMS.Dr. D. Sheldon. P. diseases by W. A. Allen and Geo. W. '

.,$0 ?: 3' aj Bergin, Pana, III., writes: "I Enterprise, as a town, has declined usia. f Hood's Saraaparllla promises to Fisher druggists. Price soc, and $I.OO. ., 1
,'(r;:....-' b..Oubanlll deserve well have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always \\0 importance since the removal of There are two large ,Indian mounds l .cure and keep. the promise. Trial bottles free.Grove's ,sI '. 4
4o 1> the court house to DeLand. Its decline I 'I
"-, -ttheIr: .successful administration recommend it to ray friends, as I probably dates back to the 'EO's ---- I
affairs BO far, says the am confident there I is no better made.It ----
:governmental when the building of railroads gave to
.
,For one I is 'dandy for burns. Those who DeLand and advantages
JseksonvilleMetropOlIS. Daytona many
; order and live on farms are especially liable to over Enterprise in cunceuqence I Tasteless Chill Tonic .* -
have preserved
q ,eat,they ,
made toe many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, of being on the lines of railroad these ij

a sustained effort has' been the United which heal rapidlywhen Ballard's Snow newer towns developed rapidly; dan I has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MQHoB I 1
; .p.th: pace .eat by Linynent is applied. It should alwaysbe naturally, aa they grew, Enterprise .
ilates offioiala in the ptomotioo'of kept in the house for cases of emergency declined. And now it ,ls but a mall I bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Core No Pay. SOc.'

Mio wo k,i:and':.ofrgwnitary. and .: :35Csoc.. and |LOO at.all drug-' village with one store, one -cllurch.a I Ksjdosef wUt.Vwy fcottl laTemCeiitBackas,af Qj'ovs's-.ell aooe.Liver" .
; i.Hod...' .... -'. ... school house and a port office., -
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.wJassertlon of manliness in tbeflYalr II"

of life and In dealing with "TWO MISSINGS'

I f our fellowmen. He spoke for an hour

a building to and ten minutes, holding the large
A subscription Hate audience spellbound. He Is a splendid ( : M, s Y Yi

/P t spot, and quite a talker. !

Alp Jtuount subscribed, Degrees were conferred as follows: i K'
/lutnni banquet was held Mon- Doctor of Divinity-Rev. Lorenzo !

y /enlng-. One hundred sat down Dow Geiger. .
t 8Ma y.
| yue elegant spread, served in Bachelor of Arts-Frederick Blox- t, y l o'' K"I y

/sea, consisting of the following: ham Self !
f [Canapes Bachelor of Laws-Thomas C. Cal- !
mes, George A. DeCottes Jr. "
\ Cruum of Celery Soup Sydney
,, Y Celery D. Lenfeotey", Lehman McKinney,
:
,I' !1 Malti'ed'Hotel Votatoua James W. McKinnon and O. K.

d ''Buns Heaves.

( Broiled Chicken President's Itecrptlou.

tl' tlr6tatoes Green Pens Tbe last crowning event of Commencement :

l Cucei mber Salad Week was the President's'
I '- l
Cuke' reception in the parlors of Chaudoin

'bate! Cbee.V"rerl Hall, which hundreds!: of the townspeople :

Cotreeconcluoillon faculty, visitors and students | !

+' of the repast, attended In the receiving line were

re responded to as follows, Miss Malsey Emory of Jacksonville,

tabeth N Blandlng acting/ as who presented the visitors as they appeared -

t" :ster: to Dr. and M rs. Forbes, Dean

'rustees-Rev. W. N. Chau- Emma L. Bush and Rev. Barbour, the
!
, .
honored guest of the occasion. After ) !

? Jge"'03-Fred B. Self. "'running the gauntlet" the visitors J. T. Cairns DeLand. t

I' Class '03-0. K. Reaves.my engaged in conversation and then repaired -

\ Class '03-E. D. Anthony. to the Unlng--room, where light ;d\

ll- Frank \y\. Pope, Jr. refreshments were served. The affair[ 1 !' ( .' ted: clippings tills, with expo- :
1 concluded about to sun or lire light, will remove \1
I. trujtj-Dr. Forbes. 11 o'clock, when the
1 are by most housekeepers: consid
were all gooer, and appro. school. year ended, and good-byes were !' I
hopeless'' dlscolorutlous.Suonlilny .
I I I >
ti 2s Chaudoin, the venerable I
said.On -- -- -
!
h tli.-r..' president of the Board of Wednesday the town was busy
ft, I/told! ; of some of the trials of with teams and carriages convey- : [ Is u charm which compensates ,

hard; how they were working lug trunks and departing guests and \ \ for tue lack of good looks that 'I 4

.'f': .fiat they,considered the best In. friends to the railway stations and : !' are never. missed!' and when com
L //1s of the institution, and doing the boat at Beresford. Our little city' >i with good looks It doubly" en

; /they thought was right, without will now be deserted to a great extent .. l ) >l them. The name of tuls charm .::
sunshiny disposition. If things go I,
o the opinions persons onbes until October, when the school will '
J- : is they will go once la awhile,
t reopen with the largest/ attendanceIn it mend matters to cry over them?

f.... spoke very encouragine1-/ ( Its hl..tory-If honest, conscientious : \. women will say uo but wow-
I !
J prospects of the buildings, work, high moral tone line equip- do not know how to control

latin? the Alumni on its purr ment, and the most popular instructors ( ( 'es will say: "Yes It does me

e erect a hospital], and giving! have any influence on the attend 1 to el'I. feel bettor after It."

1. p em notice that, unless work was ance. Before leaving an unusuallylarge : I : ; ; are times when tears tuust come,

gun soon, other friends of the institution number of the students signified ..those are beautiful holy tears. /
tie contrary are the tears shed
+ might forestall them with a their intention of returning at
"; aeltUh. petty uuuojances "to re-
flew gymnasium, equipped with all the opening of the next school year, nerves." The giundest quality

L apparatus, and other build- and many asserted that they would | : : human mind 1 U self control. I

each try to bring/ others with them.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. "? Because It is the mastery of the
I'fOdern ------ divine UlltUI'o'er the body's
: Deimrtment of Musk1. >
,
:
nature! uud therefore Imparts s
ie of the D part. / noble-liens to the wind from which ..
It of Music took place at 8 o'clockthe g Subscriptions For | I i )' gulps>1 its> soul. .t' ,.
r
( auditorium Monday evening/ Athletic Deficit g ; \ f r'
.
e largest audience of the week was O / liruum Woodwork ]
'. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAFTER whOm to describe a coveted broom
epent. The graduates were: Miss.
'" I, sweeping baid\\ood doors and dust-
fcnnle L. SpaWing, in voice culture, the close of school jAst ", \; \\oo.h\ork. (Jet a sheep! pelt (row
Harmony and history of musk; Mrs. about ninety dollars was I titnner, cut a case to loosely fit u

Rosa Lee Futrelle-Gldeon, Miss Mary spent by the Athletic Committee of | / Avoid ttfitms across botuftn by

{ B. Miller and Miss. Mary Morrison Zi- the University in slaying the outfieldIn the pelt and marking the put-

brUkle, In piano, harmony and his. the ball park, and during the past Overcast the seams with strong
", ( Alter first. seam turn the case
the football and (
tory of music. An Interesting program season baseball teams
tt : : was tendered, consisting of vo landed the committee in further debt. / .. ( the, second "seam' from Inside and
? l finished pull over the broom.
t' cal and instrumental selections. The Hut through the generosity of our I .' by wrnpiilng uround the ban-

"$,graduates were the recipients of people, most of this money has been If you wish dry or damp clouts

.. tJmany large/ and beautiful bouquets. subscribed and the debt was paid olf I | them nuumd the broom. When

The diplomas were presented by Pres- this week. The names of those who / theuse.; let It remain ou the

s Jdent Forbes, who took advantage of donated, and the amounts given by I I L'xo plenty of soap and water.

the occasion to make the graduates atouching each, follows: 1 !' XlllIllIe.!

S'very address.Afuilciny T. J. Sparkman . . . .$ 5 00 !: Do 1111 0 11'.

<\' l'ontuteueemeut.exercises C. O. Codi'Ington . . . 5 00 : It no use whatever to dust with a
,,
News Publishing . . 500 / duster If the object III view is
)
,.1 F These took place Tuesday W. B. Fudger . . . . 5 00 ; ) the removal of duxt."' The feath- / ,

morning. Tbe graduates of this S. D. Jordan . . . . 5 00 t"a. merely" scatter Hue particles abroad,

;department: were: Classical Course- W. S. Taylor . . . . 5 00 \' vxould be, much less Injurious If ; '

J. Seth Stetson Walker] ; Latin Scientific G. W. Fisher . . . . 5 00 1 tI'd to remain on the original
I Course-llarrie Justine: Tiffany; E. L. McBride . . 5 00 1 : ;: l '''' Alt)'" employ a soft cloth,
It at freiiient Inteivnls. If
\ /: |
General Course-Emile [DuBose Anthony W. C. Cannons J' . . . 500 1 I ; ...thiti); else)> Is really needed. to re-

Sylvan McElroy, James Dee M.Davis. . . . . . 5 00 :; the monotony of continual stoop- 1(
Founds,; ,Normal Coun>e-Mary Me- :Silas: [ B. Wright . . . 260 i l ; a lamb's wool duster Is the best

Rae May, Annie Jeannette Merryman Bert Fish: . . . . . 2 50 I I ; substitute.
'
\'f ; Kindergarten Course-Mame S. BrWilson: .. . . .'. 250 : -.-

3Ogden Blackman. An interesting VcyiusU Co Bank . . . 250S. I

S program, consistingof essays, orations A. Wood . . . . 250 \ I WHEN DOCTORS FAIL.

S' and music, was rendered. V. "'. Gould . . . :. 2 00 \ : I rs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson.sLa",

. Commencement exercises. at Stet- Dr. John MacDiarinld . . 200 : I June 8, 1001 : "I had malaria fey- U

F son University were concluded Tuesday Dr. A. S. Munson. . . . 200 1 very bad form was under treat- '

night. They were, perhaps, the Scott Hodgklns . . . 200 | \ by doctors but as soon as I

most largely attended and the most ,F.. F. Allen & Co . . . 2 00 ; : taking their medicine the fever

successful In the history of the insti \V. A. Allen & Co . .. . 2 00 return I used a sample of Her-

tutlon J. E. Bigelow . . . 1 00 ;
found it helped me Then bought
Itiisinemi College J. \V. Perkins: . . :. 100 \
bottle which completely cured
? <
J. H. Hlbbard . . . . 1001 & .
The Business College/ had Its com- G. E. . 1 feel grateful:! to you for furnish p
Berry. . . . 1 00 and
such a splendid medicine can
mencement Tuesday afternoon., The F. P. McElroy . . . 100F. \ : 1 re-commend H to these suffer
)
,polio Glee Club assisted In the pro- G. Brill . ?. . 1 00 from malaria, .14 it will surely cure

gram. The orator of the occasionwas J. A Erlckson . . . . 1 00 !' | 1 ; { ." Hcrbinc, soc bottle at all drug-

Rev. Dr. Charles A McMurray, B. F. Chapman . . . . 100 : 5.

who made a masterful address on the C. A. Reeve . . . . . 100 !' !' : -Sofa---

education of the head and the hand, Karl Stulber . . . . 100E. / Star Pillow 1
', t cu jtrasting the honor in this country :. H. McDonald . . . 1 Ou any lining; material cut a regu
4 '.{' of the hand with the "dis- \ star the debited size. First cut a ,
puttein, thou cut another
n i the older countries. Miss Total . . . . . .JS3 :50DOESN'T ; pattern
.. Woods regular; pentagon. This should
"Voices of the I '
? SPECT ; the size! of the star.. Cut I a star
rendered by Miss Mil-
,1.t 'f was R OLD AGE, pair blue wash silk. Ciit the peu-
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,,. ,, "de Reed The graduates It's shameful; when youth fails to from. deep blue giik., Adjust the
Business College were: show proper respect for old age but 1 t" of the! star to the point of tea
Clifford L. ArmstrongHal C. Bell, just the contrary in the case of Dr.King's a+>,d around the live sides

Henry H. Bryant, Jr., Gettis S. Carl- New Life Pills. They cut off ( / V fulll1ull' of light blue silk.

ton, Harold E. Gould, Henry Haynes, maladies no mattter how severe and irrespective the edge place a ruffle of the
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James 'N. Jones, Sylvan McElroy, : of old age. Dyspepsia, Jaundice blue silk and finish. the star with

John H. Auston, Parker, Fever, Constipation all yield to .. !' rows of embroidery! silk couch-
this perfect Pill. 250, at W. A. Allen'sand
> u.
W. Paulson Charles E. Pelot
Ralph
Geo. W. Fisher's drug stores.lioon .. !
Homa B. Rainey, J. Claude Reed, ; ) | Apple..

r5 i Wiley.P.; Grlaard, Charles E. McCrcr.y, ] housekeeper who wishes to keep

Jay R. Monroe, Okle C. Painter, Mr. John to II.Robber Pierce,Fuctorle superintendent | | !' family healthy will use apples.

S f James Dee Pounds, Beatrice N. Sin- of a New Haven rubber company has I not eternally In apple sauce
I
clair, Emma!: J. York, Whitney Curry just been granted a patent that will apple pies, but lu way that vary
banish monotony. Apples 'raw
College and Law. save a single factory $:500> to $000 pet (: cooked even stewed dried apples,
day. His new machine is for coating .
One of the largest audiences of the fabric with rubber. It does not decrease : .better for constipation than liver

week: was present Tuesday evening, the number of bauds employed, ; f
at-the commencement of the College i but enables each employee to Increase > SPRING AILMENTS.

of Liberal Arts and the Department the day's output without any addition. : is an aching and tired feeling;
al labor. Tbe new also eliminates \
of Law. Professor SchoBeld Mis process
,
liver bowels and become
the waste of 1 kidneys
I Crawford and the rubber and saves
Stetson Quartette
one process of cutting, as the bottom and inactive, the digestion im-
rendered vocal and instrumental [
se-
lections.' and uppers are cut at the same time. with little or no appetite, no
The oration of the occasion .
t{ delivered ; (for anything, and a feeling
was by Rev. Clarence A. A RUNAWAY BICYCLE j
Barbour, D. D., pastor of the Lake Terminated : I I the whole bodv and, mind needs
with an ugly cut on the .
The trouble is that
during
Avenue Baptist church, Rochester, leg\ of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill I' up. ,
N. Y. Mr.Barbour ", there has been an accumulation b
took for his subject, It developed a stubborn ulcer unyiel i r
Y ,1 "Life Worth toe-Living." He treated: Ing to 'doctors and remedies lf-J matter in the system. Herr
: : '
. the subject In a masterful way showing years. Then Bucklen's Arnjvxfour will remove it, secure to the secre-i

that a busy life, a good life, a true cured._ It's just aso- &M Xa Salve : a right exit, and by its tonic Af ,
life, an honorable ,Hfe, 'was 'worth the Scalds Skin tltiey I i tor Burns, \ : fully restore the wasted tissues{
'hhlni' He ,nfode at Allen'Ca.Jtfrrsand. > Piles. 25c, give strength in place,of we knt.s.
: aa eloquent appeal drug store, Geo. W. Fisb r'{ .* "t\!\ '
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Chancery.MICHAEL Florida Eas t u

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ComplulUttUt\ I I A Chain :! '- ... .
vs. -Bill to tortH'loue _
ftiEDfORDS FRANK GIBSON. | Agreement for Title. is no stronger than its
DelenUnot. J weakest link. A fertiliser LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect Aprt .

I appearing by the affidavit of the Complunmnt .
gijj deficient i la '
BlftCK-BSaUGHT Tightly Locked From IT thnt the Uelemlimt, Frank; Ulb- SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RE .
] soil, Is a non-roulduiit of the Mute of Horliln. & POTASH
Nervous Spasms. und that um residence and udilretui" tfiiirlunw rii ;jii No. OS No.78 .
! :Mlchltfiui; unU that there U nu poison In rite I STATIONS .
>> Dlllly.
FOR ISttite: of Plorltlu the ."t.vlc..II it subpujuu Dally. Dally.8CO \ .lIy. .
upon. horn vouKl.binil tin ,mild Lieleiiilmit, --.

CONSTIPATiONConstipation Physicians Could trunk. Uiluion who la over the nice of twuiuy 1140a Lv. ....... .... ..Jacksonville.. ..... .... .....Ar .,7 211a '
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one yuui-n; It laoiuviril that Uiu sulil, Detumlimt.l'milk OC3 II 496..8i.Jawksonvllle.. ... .... ....Lv 01 s HPI
Uluuon, the Hillol* C'oni- / I ella .
Not Prevent Fits. iluuppuurlo 6 10 05 Ii..St.
plaint tIled III this i-uuau HHHliiHt him on I lie Is just Os dangerous as ak. 99 COp .. *
050 I' 31. 2S11 .. .. .. .......... Agl1 '
---- Sixth imy of July: ,.A.; l>. ;rI.:, or tletuult: 1 will chain with a cracked 1111k. I CLASS 7 1J i: U 4 & .. ... .. ., R. 520_ .

Dr. Miles Nervine Cured .be .taken ux uiruliist. htm' 1 saul suit proceed i : -r-3a.lf. Oj. Ar. ,. .. .... ...... .. Jg"8 2g' .
Wife.Dr. In l'u"III..r pane.It orderoil that thin order b.. published TRAIN: FIRSTCLASS 0451' 11 1111 LvAr.. .. .. .. .... .... ...Augustine..S. .& \ ..

My onto viich week ion tour coimuyutlxevepks I 29.TRAIN t; ; '- I' :-... ... ,. ... .... .. .. "./:! : .. .
prior to Huld "'n.11I, the IJel.iiiul Weekly FIRST: 0 23jkT3 Ly._.... .... .. ... ./:! _8 ,.R,
I la nothing more i !Miles' Nctvmo hns been successfully New*, anvn'spiipcr, published 11I1I".II0' ; i :FEATURE. 71T1; 23 P C v. ..... .. .. ....... : O. 4't' .. .

) than a clopffin of the owels ) tried in thousand of caI1t.,...... ................ aua.06 ft 4 .

and nothing less than vital stagnation ,but nevrrihns; it made A better record than HcLiinU Volualu louut), Florida this ::5I lhUuy AND 8COp 853 1 HI' .........OrmontlDuytonn........ ... .......... a 29& .
or death if not relieved. when used in the tieatinent of fits or spasms. of May, A L>. luoll.ISBAL. 80SI'I' 1271'... ....... .. ........ .......... III1R .J
If every constipated sufferer' Tliousiuuls of testimonials prove this, and in : !: .] s.tML:! It. JOUUAN., TRAIN: ,ISA 0 tip 1 UI'l ................ ..PortOrallgG.............. ..... a 06&* n 33 ; -
could realize that he rearlv every Instance the writer has stated Clerk Circuit Court \ oluglu.. County, i'la. I ONTRAIN i 860 I' a 03 p........... .........Nt'W Hinyrua............ ....... \\I 43" (.
1 is allowing that the tin reused after the first dose of Ner ---- -- -- 51. 1010 I' a 2'1' ..... ... ....... .. .Oak Hill......... .......... II Hft "
poisonous filth to remain in his vine H at The statement Is repeated NOTICE: OF SfUCIAI TAX /SCHOOL TRAIN !O 50 i I' a .'lltusville.......... .. ..... ... 184a .
I; system, he would soon cot relief. given. I :: .1 31 p 3 32 ...CocoaRncklttdge..... ................. .. a03& !
in the following! 1)(13( rmo l' KUECTlD.sS.BY :: : SERVICE 11 '01' 3 301'.. .................... U t8a .
: i Constipation: invites all kind of Seven years IIr'O my wife commenced CARSON : U lIe 40' P .Kau: Oallie.................... U 111" 1 ,
contagion. Headaches biliousness having spasnn or fits and 1 called In my authority of Chapter 411,", Acts of I hil.uKisluliiiii : Corn 13 .
CARS U 25 n 4 11 ..ilIelbotIrns..I l J .
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colds and other ailments home phvivician! and he raid, she was paraJyed. "f l IMIH* Laws ol f lorldu" ,. CAR 10llft .. ..... .Babaattau ..... 11011'. 13 C
r- disappear many when constipated lie rubhcd her with salt water and truuil. I'.u School V'-I,-iut Klc-ctlium: urulurctiy BUFFETSERVICE 1I1'la' .. S.::::. ::.....:::. St. Lii'leFt. ......:::::::.::::::: 10131' 1111, (.
her calomel and she eventually cot culled nt ttiu loiiowiujr places lorjtlny 1128... 41 Pierce.. .. ............ .. O ji 112''(
bowels are relieved. Tbed- pave but in short tune he had 3uili, A. 1.). llHi!):<: PARLORCARS 1180S 8 Itp .. .. ..........Tlbbal ... .................... a 35p 10 1 .
ford's Black-Draught thoroughly some another better attack. She a confined i>to her 1'oit UtantfH. ,, No.7. - SLEEPINGCAR BUFFET IItUa 6 lOp ::::.... ..... ..... ....Eden. .......... .. ..... .. .. 0311' 206J
cleans out the bowels in was Illt"'vrI8.:: .No. IIVol.I PARLOR 1140a 6 21 ..... Jensen .. ..... .. .. .. ..... .. p 2048* .-.--
an easy bed for three months. .and the doctor could No. 14Olatigu : THE WELL BRED : SLEEPING 1160a 8301'p... .... ....... ........ Stiiurt., .. ...... .... ....... ....i HI'j 10UO.i7s' D
and natural manner without the not help her. She had fits frequently' some City: No.. 13.Clruiuiiil ____ on THESLEEPING : II II"i 8 61 ,I' .Hobo Sullild .. ... .......... .. .. 1' Jij H.ibiS '
purging of calomel or other violent times very severe. Her hands would cramp No. :Xlihuipuila. .... ijtSa 10 .West Jupiter*. ... .. .. .. p lI his -, 'I.-
cathartics.Be so we could not open them and she finally No. )27.Fiemou lite1'.1: bs! the .t 426a 43 )...Vsst PaInt Boaau.. ..... ... .. .. .. 461' II\\! I""
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so her jaws would become locked. 0.1I1'. -.'. ..AwMiimenVlM>ri Slit I.iw. 46GII .Moynton ...... ..... .. .. ., .HT' (
sure that yon get the original ,: got Pirully I siw the doctor was doing her no I'VIlI'0.: dftcluilnu: I JTo the following questIons :-otllln.\ points out Hit' we'll ) THE 606a 8 18 p...... ............. ...Delrr ... .... ... .. ......, 03p ... GI'ty I ( .
Thedford's Black-Draught/ ordered bottle of Dr. Miles' Restorative Wit auall bu Trustees : BUFFET 001a 0 08 p ......... ....... .Ft..L'md..dal.' ........ .. ..... .. ...03)). v628n \
tnd lur
made by The Chattanooga JUedi- good: a two uiu itucci'cdlnif > man inoii I I 111 it.'kit' I limn I (He 9 23 I.-. ......... HnllaudtileLemon .. .... ... ....... .. ..
Nervine. She received so much ye.tis..itiU : I 6600 Otap... ......... ....... city ... ..... .. Ili'I I Cherokee
cine Co. Sold ; l
by all druggists in lliu number ot milts of DistrIct rcliool .
I slip take- wlitni hlit sits..
benefit from the Hrvt bottle that cot some < i II Up... iCialni: .. . .. ... ...Lv trade Call
25 cent and 1.00 packages. She has taken a number of bottles ax to lit 'levluil lor each( ol said ruais.buitl ". h1! _I
more. I'.luctloiisHhull Uu Held uiKic-r, tll. sHine r Hiniup: (if vjilxorlty;: I I M 1111I'k,'d [ OF BRANCH LINES _
Morgan. Ark., Mir t'>, 10OI. hut has ite\n had a lit since takmrf the first ,'ukM mill '....11 UllltlOIl 114 ireiit'iu! eU'ciioni" ". SCHEDULES
I cannot reconm'uI, Thedflrd'N| Klnrk.. dose. She also thinks very hiulily: of Dr. Al list: J. I. CllAftUl.fc.lt; Clllll'll. woiunn who gJt't with liir', knuei

DriaffhttoohlKhlj.. It In inv huamU Miles' Nerve and Liver Tills. and is never Uticr: FISH bupt. K. 1'. I. far iiimrt/ lack of ivflneincut I H SANFOBD BHANOH.70S ORANGE: CITY BRAN'''
the.time. mil hive. 0..111 for the, Iwt" without, .. llu in. If theie is any way ot inakiiif (hid bi'ii'y. Ud. 1'uI Ins. .
ten yrara. 1 aerer gnT mr rhlltlrrnT \bj ),I1I"S. ,1'o"'ll offHiixlMly.' !
.- I. other luxitlr*. I think 1 could : this U'shnionial, stronger. do so because ----- -- B.AT.O. icy? ;:: 1 : I BTATIO S.
.iiVI )L ; ;il
..ver. be able tn work wllbtut It of the good: the Dr. Mile Restorative Nervine In Circuit Court lilt Judicial Clicuil Florida ease by. still1! unit c'on"trniiicd I arD

on arranit of Ix-lnir trooblril with did niv wife.,( "-V\M. Y. ALLEN P. M., In sod tor Voiusia ot the slionWei's.! u xm-'rnl : ... '' iVTv. ........ Titu.vlllo .... .....Ar, 120 1LY .
County.
romttJiMMoii. lour me, I all tlut kMpi. me up. All sell and first bottle HARVEY }o'. DOCOLASB, i iCouipluinuiit anil Ituliiroivnoe by tI'l,1'1';,',_ S'3: i H.H l.r. .... ... Usieait. ....... .Aril M a !6 H p Ii U a I.v. Lukaftean .Ar 12 eo cer. 0-'
C.) B. BcFlRLAXT). drujruists\, |guarantee free : j fault of "sitllug In the ( M a Lr. .. .. ..Enterprise;: .. .......Aril 80 n 5 25 IL Sin\ 1..0..lIre. ClLy.Ar,13, trlp '. .
I Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for book vs. -Hill for Invoice, in 1130a_ ._ _Ar. .... ..SuitTirii, ...... ..I.v 11 00 .t62jjl4 a AC. or.4,1ly.'o..L\.12'C' !" eJ d
.)r% l"eT'olnllJ Heait Diseases. Address IDA I. DOI-UI.AHS I Chum.!.-,)'. that la of doubling the 8i>luc> t '
J Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind. J NoT23 No. 21 No. 17 Nyester.: 1
ulcuuuut I HIP ttppi'i' pnrt Vu then tluui the No. 19Dally. MAYPORT BRANCH Plo Su,
Bund i) dunrtayonlv. ] Dully v..by.
I 'r uppeiirluv by the uUltluvlt ofthoL'ouiIJiuiuunt part of It rests ngnlnst: tilt buck ._ only. ___ .px Hllna Onl
l. I 111 the ulioveu.iuHe, thut i he rest-, .
.. .. chnlr. } the Now Yoik I .. .... .. .. tIe
- -- ilulico ot tIle Llelfuiliint lilu I. iJOUKltiiiif' Itf suys II COp 10 05 a 8COI' 880nr.v..JI\.k.onvllln. .AI. "t o US.p
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to HlHitnt unknown nut( la U..(I,'bit 10 UL The1 body; shoiiUl be pluvi'd w( i 10280. 8031' 888.Lv..Bo.J.lck.llv11l..T.. ... .. .. 18i" 12211p II. -:tP1103 f
within. Ibe United dlutvtf, thill' Ilio Di'Klul1111 11"1,11.143.1, a tOp 9 09> ulla 1.v..l'abl" Ua 11 bOa
iidi 1. DoiitfluBti i is over Uii Hut. ot I well- upon the seat chair, sofa or \\' IItGI.loJ CO a 8t3p 9 f.v. .....Atlantic.Beach..Lv..7. .. 00 Htlla 'd
I IJ-ono yuuiu, ana Unit t ItO re la m, pursou in. it limy bu. Tin fei't should rest 8031' 110G.* 703l 8 8Ju Ar.. ..... .:\ 43 a 2180a 4 &
! ala Htaitt tne aerxicu ol proucaa oil wlion,
would biu' 8 at whIch train may bo expected to arrive and depaf.
li In thereupon ontcieU' llml thu said Di'- er UecntiMe It l U> ousler to vise ,' I from tbasevmal stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated. 1* not Kuarant..eafJ
lundunt, lUa 1. L>oUKla...> bu and. Him la lnrtOvKqulicd nor doss the Company Iiol4 Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising ths .
WI CI1t( T R to appear ... .1111 onlol. uonipJiilut.luiilu )position. The bend" must lie I fiom. .

on or buiore Ihu II i.L iMomltiy I III Jui>'. up and the chest point
.\. i>. Iwi.). UeliiK tne ulu' till) til, .nU inonluoiliurM i
lit auld binlii bu ta4tn ua tonienHutji ward. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS ..I'I1J"I""l1Ullt.I uuU I me Loiiiiialnunt| will The lower part of the spine
uuve leiive to piot'Lud vxpai'ivua ujuinal. bcr. PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"F It Itt 1oU'IU"U..r..1.1 mill Ills oiUur hi ... '11'''>I f\111'l1l' Illst the fninio of the i
>ubil.heU In the l>et iiiiil. tx'fvkly Nuw., it but If one" nfter sitting awhile In Effect April 16, 1903.
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1 '" f1L1Iti iiuwHpujior' publiauud, .ut iX-Luinl. ill said' ..
Count: > ol Vroiuaia. und' :Stub, ol r ioi Ida. need to rest a little more the -- SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND. : PP.

you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition VVitneHa my 11111.1.11111", Huul ot the attiilJuuit may ulso tooth upon the same LvMlamISOlD..Thur.. ..... ......... ..... 8 one LvH..vsnn.lIlon.. Fl.I .. ..........
at ttin Court llouae. In l.Iel..mJ.u.- The hniuld mhoukl remain as thl' Ar Key West Sun., Ubur. ..... ..... ..... 13 iO ,I'\ \Ar K"Y West Man., Fit. .. ...........: f'. -
[[ the kind that shoots where fla t'oiiniy. Florida his 1.41 ih da) ul .'111) .\. Lv Key West :Sun., .Thur ..... .. .... ..... 19 3<1 p: Lv Key West Tuee Sat .,.... .. ..... t
you I). 1U03. trully fall from thl-i> 1'o"I''n.i Arllavarn Mon. Frl.. .. ... .._ .. .. .. .. 7lJOa Arlllt.ml.fue..l4nt.. .. .. .. ...... .... .\ 'S
l. bAl-J :SA.M'L, D. JtRUAN..::_ .
point your gun, buy Winchester Factory .'lei k citcuii; Cuul:. ... at the side or they uiny bu (.
of the For copy of Local Tune Card or other Information! address any Agent. "
the buck
thy over nrim or : ;:

J Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival I," loaded with NOTICE Of AfPUCU'llON tOH: TAX or Mowed to lie reposeful! on t J. D.> RAIINER, Asat. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA(1( -'

14 Black! powder; "Leader" and "Repeater loaded DEti1: UM I>E1: { KOilUA V OFCilArrEil To rise properly from a '

!!: 4xas, LA\VS OK l-'J.lJ ting poxltlon) there should be

with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester IDA. preparatory movements.!! 1 1First

Is hereby vlvc-n thai I.. C. liiown The, chest. l U first polst-tl fur
Loaded Shells and others. NOTICE LOUTSVTLLE & NASHVTLLE
Factory accept no .... '. R.R
'' Ut .x Cfllllliule' >;i>.lUiiault'U n ml at t 1 the same I time tlie foot( I U ,
tuo utu Ua) ol June A. U. Ibiiu. tutu hiea. auiuot
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEMPOWCEfttM rullvute tu toy time, iinu tilts niuile, uppiiMillion back;: uiulor the Rout.* The foot
lor I I.." 'h'"" I 10 li..ue I''. accoidaut'L'iriinluw In 111"ulol \IIP. HIP one opposite Class Service and Quick Schedules t.o- ,
:s.uil. volt 1111.i .He. cmlirnLM.ii, I Ihu lol-.
loWing dosed' >.Upiiiivri)'Si tOuted. I lu Volut.niooiinly dirtftliin to be. taken In Htarllng Birmingham I Nash vi11e', Evansville, Chicago,
HoliOu. I lo-xvil: As yon ,rHo I throw the weight I
Lot .-, Biil ol n>a 01 uwi4 Heu !M, Tp 17, i itt.ti.vt. > Louisville Cincinnati, St. Louis \
.. :Ktffc. upon tln foot In I the reur. As
'i lie tiiiUl hind beliifcr HMHi'HHed anil All Points West and
fl ul I Ihellatu olihe conies lo KM. full height '! Northwest.-
I 1..11I". ol "e"'I'lIc"I'' III I lie lulim*
DR. MOFFETT'. Cures Cholera -Inrantum of TIloiuaH Ha.i.i t'mi-bo snot ueiillli-aie I I oinillOo welil 11 t In tinfurw I l .ird foot. so Nobile New Orleans and All Points s ..iv. /.fUsSfTlirotigh ._- -
"'"....'!.!!!!.*! UCCOIulliH. to hw. lux (,ll'fllltl other fist. ,iniMvl.i, touches the I
( Diarrhoea.Dvsentery.ind, "Hxue theieoiiou lue ;.M u..y ol June, A U.IIHK ; tickets: via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Co
the Bowel troubles ) llyliil.\) 'J hN I LI'Iitga you to a :' .
of' Ticket Agents in Florida.
WU.L1A$1 Children of *v ilni'aii 'inv olllc'i.il Hluiiiiinri* und aeul this position I iciidy" toalli& easily ,
Any Age.Aids the Jut day of May, A. I). HHjJ.sum ; For FclieiluU. 1tait>. nnl ! c Digestion, Regulates ( j "..... L U JOIIUA.N direction, .'on !111'(' colnff.L'v'l.v : C. L. STONE: O. P. A.. Floria Pn""lIjtt'r FLEMINC I
TEETHING ) the Bowels Strengthens Cieik: Cliouit Cvi,,It, \ oiumn i.nuui'). 1.'.&\ } Khtlnu. pogitioti anti \ Loiils\lllu, Ky. SOU Went Buy St., Juckdouvllld{

I Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Makes moveiiifiils( in rising) ; will )). -- -- ---- -_

,. IJ 1' TEETHING EASY. NUTICE( OK, APPLICATION; Kim TAXI these 1)1'lul'\lI"\ are followed. I J --'"
Or Mall 15 etats. U C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.

f DR. t. J. ?IOFFTT-7)ear Doctors 'r. vlvse! .aioui'!:.'a.;.,:'.' 1)7): 1S l.i"f1 TEK>t.KI 4b> *<(U.SUEIt,: LAWS:! OK bKcTION: :KLOHIDA.V011CI M UP. I'llAC. (".....1.1..10.1" und lIuuk.... '1 'flWER AGENTS WANT -

Eow" ".) to our Itttlfisoera pp-ast e'IaUV rith ,(."". happiest rell""". Tllc1d" : ; 1st llEUKbV: 11 I 1 V.tN: mat A. du If you have hooks, and u lit',..
almost .ittaaica. and .tal"'rI. ",ore etc tjziJactqai-g than trod' 41 II iitIi: 159 1'I U.,iy', IIIIICIIUHI.-I-' ( 1'iiv IVl.tUlv.ile I I NoiJe7 I
seeeverued. ) ..." veni trttlu/ .1"11 N. Ii ,:1'. duti'il tile :%'il ilu) ol' Jiin A.I). I Iswi, luilit'tl no booUcuso.. It Is an easy ono in each town to ride and exhibit a H ample 1902:
... Bishop Southern Methodist (,'Aurc/t.> 'Udor of Nt. JL'aul Church.NOTICE said rri liliiMtu i lu iu) olllce und Iliiri niailt.upl'lljulloii evolve, t tlie latter. Make two I bicycle of our manufacture. YOU OAH MAKE .
lor Tax lCL-,i to ,ianue | I besides
HVC>HIIIIK 9SOA *VTr having a wheel to rideforyo
loluw. find. Cfriillrjile. .. '. rows of bookshelves far enough
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F I niK 'ic'61'fibiil, I propfily uliuuleil I I..i Volualii" to allow the ,It'llto\ be" placed: 190.2 Models HlghGrade $9 f .''
Count)', ..1..,1ii. .Ii..tow I 1. : I Guaranteed
\\' f4 ol BuU j 01 su I* 8i-v :J4, 'I' IS. S U:'JU E:, lu them. Shut off the lower part
act'... 1900 ind 1901 Models .
MBAEKSETS $7
d NOTICE 1 I. hereby given that the following-ik'Sc. rlbej Iniuls Ijlmr mid' liuliiif In the City ol I ...uoBulil land b"IIIIl"8.C ..".1 ut tin1 date olIliulaaiiiince { Ii.
j County Voluaiu.. und 1 Mine ul 1:U.riuu, u *111 L>" sui.J ut ii"hUe uiu'null on Monday ol sueli ceilillcuielu I I till nuiiutt 500 Second Hand
1 tbe ant day 01 June, A. LI.) lutil. ut Itiu trout. dour or iliu thy hull in said. City ul UeLuml.or K II. Brow" Cii lees sit,ill ('frllllcatcchilli t WheclS$3 t .
IK much thereof MM wilt>.. to lIP due utruln taken In trade by our Clilcatro ,-
I r la-ceesury pu) I uiiKjunr lor tuxes dl.t opposite be rout ciiivd iifcoiilliiif'' to IH \ .
t to the same together with tbe cent ot such sale unU. nil\urtlmiig.I Deed will ls-uu tbeixon; on the 171U: wJa/'of wakes and models good as .
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-<-.. Jiiuts' A.l I'.KjJ.'\. We ship any bicycle ON APPROVAL tone
---- I lltIls5 my oillclul sIgnal ule and' flcul this k : : without a cent deposit in advance and

tI_. .Amount of I tile 11th tI.y"f May, A. U. luu I'' !
OWNER. DESCRIPTION.! Tuxes [-KAL] SAM'Lil JORDAN. c.___ I 10 DAYS FREE TRiAL -
4' uiiJ Coat Clerk CIrcuit Court Voluala County, liot Ida.Subscribe wtlnmr.owmmemaddu tli 't tbs

I no risk in ordering from us, as you do no

i. ------...--- I to pay a cent if the bicycle: ; does not suit you

. Mrs. D. Jlosber.... .... .... ... ... Lot 11. blm. ,k 1 I. 11011'''"'.' Map . . . ... ..* :II\7 for a whiv-l unttli'on: ham \vrl'tenM'
E U Cofrer. .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .. Lot I. Bub ol lot 6, uloi'k ft, ltoge.14 Map ... .... 6 :'AiUti DO faUT BUY FACTO\; l l1kls.IS&FREETIilAI!
.s. N. Harris..... .. .... ... ... Lot 8, still or' lol &. bloi.k B, Losers' -Mup. .. .. ( Tint, equIpment,sundries and RporHnir trootls I of all Mbalfrerulnr
: .It. D.Venalnlf.... .. .. .. .... .. ... .N Wt It ul' w LVifj it or lo.tU..IIU\.Il' lot" T. "blui.lt 10.ulfcl'1I' In our WK free sundry.,.utaloru4
\( Mup.. . .. .... .... . .. .... .. I 4UV -THE NEWS tans: a woi'Id prIces of useful formation. Write for It.
iHeln of F. A. W. Chimer..Lot 5 t. liluck Hi, lloiffi-s'. M.ip: .... ... .. .. .. . UU .IE WA.'ITa tollable person In each: town to dIal'ributa catalogues
W. T. and 8. L.. Stcagall.: ... .. .. . .I Limit:: ot w JUT it ut lot 1. 1 bluck I l.i: 11"11"'''' :Map. 1:1: IIi for iWevsln., I W rite toj"X for free cixtalop and our 8peel
'Sarah N. Harris Lot *1, blutk 17, llottia'' .Mup .. .. .. a i>7 Only $ ::1 a Year. :
-- J. K. Wet ..reU... J-*eull.lII'1' '' ,. ul.ieu i.! tl"llcl'1..1": . ... 101 J. L MEAD CYCLE OU Ohicago!
W. tI. Ka< .M-\u lot Id, block :.!. Jeu"( "/..,..' Mup. .. . .. 10 till '' ,
.A. W. .\\ }j lot tt J'arva' ..VilJiiiun. .. .. 6 ij I ,
.' . .J7 HANDY BOOKCAbE.shelves
Jb'rank ( Lot 1. h..k U I'nlM-i'sil: ) HUI.U 11
k AUu U. Musaey. .. .. .... .. . .. .1,0111.0Iuck 4, llunry s Aild . .. llu on) each: Hide with u door,
Emma Kllvker... ... .. .. .. . .. .Lot lu, blink 4..I1IJ\.O\'III., .. .. 1U lib Georgia SouthernAND
,, .r., W. E. Kttudull N; BU It or.- IOU li lot. 5. bkH'k 4. llo"iy'. .\dd. .... U oa tutiy lie? <1t.>coruteilllh 1 Iron I IFI.ai1re
1; J. V. VauKliii .... .. .. .. ..... ..Lot it, sub ot bl -. Heirs J. 11. bwlft... .. .... .. Lots I toll liu. lilutk IT, Hour) s .Add.. . ... .. a no
.e. .. :*. A. Uloom... .... . . .. ... Lots uuO -'. lilouk: :, Howry s Add< ... . :4 V7i niof foui'tte placed against the iTLANTIGlCOASTTLINg'can
.4 g.. J. M. Price & Son.... ...... .. .. .Allolo"k.l. 110'.y.8.\.I.. .. . . .. .. .... .. )lb.i Florida ones Oil which the door \vlugi -
l i: C. L. Kllcker ... ........ .. .... .. .. ..Lots 17 uinl-U; bloikJ, Walts' Add. .... .. .... ... 64 Railway
1ll. L. Undatrum .. ... .. ... .. .. .Lot 7. bloUt 4, Waits. Add .... ... .. ... .. .. 74 puroly 01110 lflelltltl. TUcse. little putsummer
ada. ... Lot 1U, block 4. \Vull'AddIC . 1 .. I
.a7 K.IRA er..:: .::: :: :::: : : ;' :::: : :Lot ai, block 4, Walls'AUil: : :: : :: :: : :: :: :: : (:B7HI\ uike:. One plncps tu which: to : >ad. Ce>. /J'

t :Nctoii& t:1J: le..ton......... . ... Lots .\. tin.I 11 block U; Kicli's AU.l. .. .. .. .. ... 3 IIi "Suwran River Konle." sightly books tins! magazines fn.
1 C. O. Maltby.. .7v... ... .. .. ... Lot :U. Assessor's.\oM.. .. . .. ... .. ... ... .... II us look untidy but which one
I Israel Yarn.....;"U: .. .. ... .. .W :si ft or lot B unit e 41 I ft of lot V and' lot 10 Cham-
," burs Jf Uuiin's Add ... .. .. .. ... ... .... .... .. 1.9 wants. to keep. There la a shelf ""' -'
:;' Joseph Damon.. :.. . ... ..';';..-,... .Lot 1 Heirs J. M. wlft..p. .1.otsduiid' lUbloLk :a, Arumtruiiir's, .... .... sot :11
Georvlana Johnson /TlA. 14 block K 1, Aruiiit loiitf s .t.i .. .. .. placed II row of \iilutes. or ) ; \ ;
t., Ed MuUonald.... ..:::::::::'.:' :'::.: :LirJ,4.ilock5Artasttoiigsdtl: : : t. : .: : ::: 11::. Flyer QuIckstep ami u nice( little ett-hiii; would 1 gl" .

;) Allen Edwards .... .... ... . .. .. .Lot 6. bloe.k; Ariiiatronif" s AUd .. .... 74 Lv Pulalka.... ... . 6 uu pin U U5 a m CONNECTXONS ..
Jack Hall .. ... Lots attn iCtlyLk i. AruiHtmiiif' s Ad< 1 7S Lv JitekaoiivlllttAr ... ... H UU! pin 7 rt5 SIll erest: to tile big panel. TbN L.11 =
! Allen i. Btaten ::::::::.:::::::::::: :Lots a a nil: itcotws&liI: .I. : .... .1 :.: : : : ::: : :: 104 VuldomaAr ... .. .. .. .11 I IA pmIJ 10 G:. uiu the wny. need not be made of .. '"
>,; .7uU..l'hlllllHl..Lotlll'or".u..A.'I.. ..... ..... (UMUll Tlttou.... ..... .. : ut) um IHO: / pinI OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah, fl:I -.1'
Lot U Curious ( Ar ConVlHAr : .. .... .. .. !OOHIU. I 4.1 but could 1 be closed In by a EAST 1 1.
>4. Mason Elizabeth Holt btaten.... .::'::::::::::::::::::: :Lot IS, :C'orjou; : Ad.t l ::: :: ... ... :'.: ::::::: : Muoon. ..... .. .IIMont 4 10 pm pui colored burlap or buckruui. The THe ton, Richmond and Washington thence

G. D. T.ylor.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .Lot ;SA*, C'oiwm'a' Mason Holt. ................. .. ... .Lot :27. Corson'n AilU. .. . .. .I 71J. Ar Atlanta .. ... 7 85 a m 7 45 pm VIA LL-RAlL. __ _
,It. .A. Rogers.... .. .. ........ .. .. .. .Lot 1 too. Ulix-k a. /lluti-hlntioifs III* N. C. & HIT. I.. "slats, of wood nailed across the
.Lewl.V..ol..JII.... ............ .. . ).ot 7 block I, lluteliinsoii s .\.dd. Add..1 IV"I Ar Chntliinooura.: .. . .'UUpra( I 00cm. behind the buckram.: -Harper's. The Louisville. and Nashville via Montgomery 1
L. J. Dykes..... ...... .. .. ... ... .. .M6 t block( 0.1. LoipunitlonJ. . ... 01 Ar NiiHlirllluILL. .. . \1 66 pin II 40 .liD' .- --- -- TOTH WEST
: J. Westhelmer............ .. . SMi: block M, t'oiporationO. ... ... .. .... .. ... .. .. -,. CE.IT..M. R. ..... The Mobile; and Ohio Railroad, via Montgomery j!
'S i1. Aualand.....;.. ....... . . .All blook BO, CorporationLucy : .. .. .. ... .. .. :l0 Ar St. Louis. .. . ..... .61\2"11I\ 7, 2. pin Tau Know What Toil Are
'>1\oo\! L. Itoyalls ....... ...... ...... ..};;4-& of H of bluuk )Od. i orporittlon ... .. ...... :;l.r.fhlcllll'" ..10 as Sin
W. C. Keamer.... ............ .. .All blocks tU1ailul. LU?. Corporation... .. ... .. ... alt ---lh.& N. R. R. when take Grove's Via Savannah and OceanSte.m.blp Company for NoPhil'elphia '
O. N. OeLantl.......................All block lit). Corporation ......... .... ... .. ... :loa Ar LoXL1! ..... .. II ItO ala Ii 86 aID you and Boston J
O N. DeLuud. ......... ............ .. All block 1:6. C'orpurtulon: ... .. .. .. .. ..... .. I il: Ar Ilo"l"n .. .. 7:10: am 4 U pm.AI' Chill Ionic because the Norfolk Steamer for
Mrs. A. E.!: Uupree... ..... ..........All Wonk Incorporation.. .. .... .... .. .. .... .. .. 1 7J : n. plainly printed on every bottle EAST Via New York Washing"OTHE .
Mary Btcodraun ........ .... .... .... .Lots 1 to B. block ml( Corimnitlonlienrr .. ..... ... ...... 1 1U/ tfCKJ' ..... UhmI'olld iriK', that It ia simply Iron and Baltimore. _
Wella........................ ..Lot 1U block nil( Corporation... ..... ... ..... ..... trains from ".onvllle to 1olRoon nln in No
l EI1za Walker .........................Lot Id. block 111], CorporutlouBaru'l ....... .... ...... ... 1X1HI Trains. from PalHtka J..e .' t V..ldoBta a tasteless form. STEAMSHIP- Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transportation -./ ,I
Miller .... ................ .. ..Lots 14, Id and 17, Corporation... .. ...... ... .. ... 1 14 with trains going north uuunfi from Jay; "'.'...'; Ie. no pay. 50c. for Baltimore and Phllad lnhla... ._ .
thai. Hearn.................. ....... ..Lots lit awl ;SI), block ml. Corporation. ... ......... la7IXi Local Sleeper Dixie ,' ol' -- --- ------- ---
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Matilda Hearn........./..... ........Lots ,xl ..udl4. block lol Corporation. ...... .. .... :.! Macon remaining In until flyer riJ..:
..-. J.V.Sweeney................ ........Lot :JflJ. block Ittl. Corporatlou: ............. ... ... ... uuUtl Pullman Buffet depot, 7 m. ( Key WestAND Via Peninsular andOccidental :;
it Samuel Miller ...................... .Lot 4, block 1U1( Corporation.''' .... ... ........ .... .. sonville to St. Loulu Sleeping via Cats from Jack .TQTICE: OP APPLICATION FOK "
Diem (.'1nJ'ron..... ....._. ...... .All block luiC'oi'x" >ruUon ........ ............. .. 1 "J change of oars on Dixie above route without 4.l.114) t'NDEK SECTION 0 OV S
Lillian J. Extx... ........ all bloiitui' 171,176 ITU$ nod'! 177. Corporation. ....... 6 US Pullman* fInest Flyer train, also 'LAWS OF k'LOkIDA.14irIvi HAVANA.
,t.t.i Mrs P 8 BenbettT.riT...;. *. .......All blocka WOaud Idl. Corporation... .... ...... .. :n v; C blcago without sleepers cliauir. on same train to Steamsh
1 IJljianJ; : Executrix.....All blocks 1a7.' iw, lou, I'M 101 and Utt, for n that C. L.
Chapman Corporation ......... .. ....... .. ......... ... .... 774 dress schedules unit J. other Information, ad. NOTICE Is hereb)' ..,; tax oerlluo.it,.
0 C. A. ...... AH block 115.; Corporation .... .......... ... .... .. 1 7D District Pass. 11. KAFFEUIY, ATI son, purctmmjr ur Hod..i: ........AU blocks ait all<1Io1JS. Coiporatlon ..... ..... >it> V7 Agt. J-Xil w..onvU.e Day.at. Hated tIns sib day ol Juuet-.4 huts ilea.ge
Fla.
4t GRANT ELY, rC.. B. RHODES ald plkatlon nurilnuati lor tax In fluid uiyolHoc to iuTJC In -" Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over 13.000 mile. of '
)r- Tax Collector City of DeLand Volusla. Co.: Fla. Gen. Pass. At., Macon Ge.2rf wlthluw. Sold ourtittoate issue uibracea* } railroads ia the Southern States: ; are on tale by the an 1gents.

lonlnic tlt-so Il'ei) properly situau dlu p.
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I county EV of FlorIda nwV4 Mug, tn-wit 21, Tp: 13, S R Su East 4"tough!! Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlant'
tHlninu 0 MinaTliu .Lb.vJo: ( via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. 1 'at-
To Cure a Cold in One said land being assessed at the ';\ aM "vatlonl and information "
I Day cj ] tr hi. lisunnuiiof suou uettlnVuto in the For rele.." apply to Agents Atlantic Co

of six Oh.ior Company. Cii.fm said write: '-"-'. .

1ri- i TokD Laxative .Bromo Quinine Tablets. on every II't'b did JIIIIB ball,wit bo A.D.rvdenuud lasno lUOil., Iliurooii aouotdliiK ou Ida lo iMd. FRANK C.Commezr' 'ial;-rON Agent. W. 'Trav.D. STARK Pass Ageht. 1 I' :


: : iioMbpaatiamoatii*. This signature,1( .box.25c. Rid Witnws day cr Mar tny oirloml, A.D. 1DU3.Ui alirnatura. and 138 W.. B.j' .lrMI'Aalot Block J'CRATQ< Jackiviii., *(. ;

.il) 7 SAM'tD.3f M. EMERSO.t k. .-
Ijh5 I- 4 rooU Court Yolusla Co ., QCD'l Pall. Art Um1Jic f....1
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*'V ie'rer towns -- TTT *:: -. Ann A. "" < :.... -- .1 '1, e
.mvSent liTtpplied. It ihould arwayrfnaturally ntisrprt 75s4:5e: ( j w _ _
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No
Statei offleia1Ifl' the promotioo ,oz i be kept in the house for ease of emer- I declined. And DOW It la but a small n botttea. Oomthis irba1 to you? cure. No"fIIY.

e,______ "ubiia works' and ofun1tY.. and J a ncy. ajc. 500. and $i-oo at.all drug-I village with one store, one Church, .to a T.m.% I8t. .MsdMS*) oT Qrov Bock KaoC. Uv r ....

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I/4/ Vol.XTiINo.4i., ; DeLand, Yolusia County, Florida, Friday, October 23, 1903. $1.00 per Year


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'4R w -*HB LEUINGProfessional -- / o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 OUR ADVERTISERSNames CARRYING U. S. MAILS. -K>-fOKK> aroo+KBREAKFAST >+O+O+Oi ;


V and I State News Specifications Required for Routes In : FOODS .
v.Business Men
-V o Volasla County.
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tj",,.- -OF DE LAlD.- '00000000000000000000000000 of People Who Patronize Proposals wanted for carrying

( v; MILI! VIOA Z. BAEllKCKK': M. D., The stables of Crawford & Davis The News. United States mails, from July 1, 1004, An unusually fine assortment just received: i
were burned in Gainesville on Wednesday to June 30, 1903; all proposals must be
horses Following la a complete list of those in the hands of the second assistant I
Flaked
A Physician und Surgeon. Twenty and eleven I | Rice Malta-Vita\
I whose advertisement ,
will be found in ,
II' mules confined in the stables were postmaster-general by 4 p. 01, December
Mew York Ava., DeLand, Fla. Office liounk burned death. THE NEWS. As we endeavor to keepout 1, 1903. Wheatlet
10 A.M to l. M.1.to 4 aiia 7 &\IV.. M. to Pettijohn,
of our columns all irresponsible No bid submitted under this advertisement -

6 KO. A. DAVIS, M. D.,, About twenty of the employes of persons' we have no hesitancy in rec- will be considered unless the Wheateim Force
the East Coast hue ,
railway purchased ommending those whose bidder
names are shall
agree in his bid that In
e Physician' and Surgeon land in Dade county and found in the following : event of the service being awarded to Corn-Crisp Cream of Wheat. "+
001000 Hours 'IJ'.... M.to 1:111I.1: ; 1 to 6 gad 7 tu Into tbe business.If ,
gone pineapple
a .. M.peuiitl GROCERS him he will give his personal supervision 1
,' ,. attention to mldwlluy und iuiery there is any kick coming about W. W. jllrottrtylnnil All }
Culln auaw red atauy Hour ottlou lu run.lduueelu&ana to the performance of the same, fresh. A large shipment of Ralston Health Foods }
Avenue, wont or Court high freight rates, it is safe White Front i Sparktnan Grocery and will reside on or contiguous to tbe now on the road and expected dally
Houae. 10( say that will it be made at head. FANCY CRACKERS and EXTRACTS.
DRY GOODS.SHOES. FURNISHINGS.Q :! route. The words "ou or contiguous

t' JOHN MiCDIARMID, M. D., quarters. A. Dreku & Co. to the route," as used in this section,
ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN B4RTOW. F. P. McEIroyHAKEKY are to be
construed
as meaning within -
'i' and WHITE
art Physician Surgeon.A
FRONT GROCERY.
The Bartow city council has AND CONFECTIONERY; the territory regularly nerved by

t ; r A General Practitioner cot a Specialist.Office adopted the. following schedule for W. B. FudaerBLAtKStllTHS post office: on the route.In .
over JTUlier' Drug Stole. Hours: 1/ tow
electric service furnished AND WAUON1UAKEKS.Berry addition to the mails
4 JIIlCU'a"d7LOIJ. \ light by carrying to 1.0 FO4.0'F034 lOi Oa7F01t 1.Ob:v-irt 1 ?rJc7a -? .
the city: One light, 16 candle !Scott:! HodtfklnUliUGOISTS& Kent the various post. offices on the star ,- -- -- -- --- .

A.8.MUNI.NM power, 75 cents per month; two AND S1AT1ONEHS). routes covered by this advertisement, o-ltt artocrl) c 1 al at a cr a ow o oww o aao

Homeopathio Physician. lights, 60 cents each; three lights, W. A. Allen& Co. the carrier on each route (except

jour 50 cents each; four lights and over O. W, Fisher where otherwise specifically stated)
Offloe second south ol Flnber'a drug storeOttlo DRUGS JEWELRYStationery
s .. iiuum lU to U A.' M.; <* to 6 and I tu 45 cents, for all night service at HARDWARE! BICYCLES, FURNITURE will be also required to deliver mat

jt Hr.M._ residences. Commercial lights, 16 Btirelow Hardware Store into all boxes and hang small bags or
W. :M. Kolnmn
JJK. W.8. TAYLOR candle power, service till 10 o'clockat Watts He :Miller (Also Und,, ldn,,) satchels containing mall on cranes or Watches,

night-one light $100; two MEAT MARKETS posts that may be erected along the Huyler's Candies, Clocks, I

? $ Burgeon-Dentist. lights, 75 cents each; three lights Marsh Bros. route, and to collect mall from boxes, Kodak Supplies, Silverware llCARRARA
65 cents each four lights 60 cents I The. Mi rket on the CornerSTATIONERY and to collect the satchels
-'. Office over Fliher't Drug Store DeLaact, Fla ; bags! or Florida Souvenirs, Optical Goods,
each five to ten 50 cents NOTIONS from the .
lights
-%. 1 ; cranes or posts.It Toilet Requisite, Fountain Pens,
e ) JAMES E. ALEXANDER: each; ten lights and over, 40 cents J.F.A O., Brill Erlckson shall be the duty of the postman Dr. Mellette'a Remedies. Etc., Etc.

,t each. One light all night service, ATTOItNEY9 ter at every such post office, upon a
1 -AT-LA W.
AttorneyatLaw.Will
+ $1.00. Metre rates $2,50 per month J. E. Alexander written order from any person livingon

Practice la State "oded"r.1 Courts. minimum, 12J cents per k. w. Beat Flab or near the star route, to deliverto
Umeea: 1 acid X, Urumi Uluek, OwLAaUFL0U
Kuoyia
J. W.
Perkin.
: )A. Wiring from street lines at expensepf the proper mall carrier for that W. A. ALLEN & C P
PHYSICIANS AND .
SURGEONS.E
consumer. Lamps to be paid route any mail in tbe w

BERT FISH, for by consumer at actual cost. Vldrt. T.Allen Z. Haerecke respective matter-Pla7-11- zh are Druggists and Jewelers. f

Qeorirx A. Itails used, tbe mall whom
John M."DI..mld
Attorney-at-Law, FALLING FROM ALOFT, A. S. Munaon such satchels. belong-with instructions -
NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
Frautlclnif lt> all Suite and Federal Courts. DENTISTS.W. as to the proper mail box or
L tyur Crlii'/l. bunlueas nen careful Peculiar Exemption of Sailor Men
ardAtlon.! I' From .. B. Taylor crane at which said mail matter shall fJ-l 03.O OPO1.0.FrsfO: I +-o-l-o-K>1-00..o-o.0..0..o..o.o.o..o. O.O+
Accident of This KI. - -
-I I INSURANCE REAL ESTATE. be deposited; but regret'! ted.. mat .,
.I' "One of tbe wonders of seafaring -----" ---- -- -----

JAMES.'V" "EnKINS, life," writes Charles? ___ Prothernt _In_ Ufw_on. A.E H.H.Hayward shall not be so, delivered I "ens expressly -<:>1-0'000..0..0000000.0.000-0--0----
Y In the Mercantile Marine," Is tbe sin Silts B.Hutcblnson Wrltfbt requested by the ad reSHee in

Attorney-! t-Law. gularly small proportion of sailors who ABSTRACTS.! his written order. No mall matter ao PAINTS r rIf

.a.meet with death or accident by falling Voluilu delivered to a carrier shall be carried: t
tlul1elturCriminal Court offrcold. Will County Abstract Company
flee i In all oourl. willilu/lUe Bin to ol r'lorouioe from aloft. Whether or no the cherub past another post office on the route
id*. over Volualu. :uuuty. Uttuk. who is supposed to sit aloft and watch LUMBER TURNING, ETC that for
the
Bunt Lumber Company before being deposited: into a small We Did Not Know we are agent

L H. HA.YWARD, over poor Jack is responsible for it I John '1'.Cairn (Also Budding Contractor) box or hunt on a crane or post. best paint possible to make. a
'E, am not prepared to say. but the tact .
v '':. HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES.:! STAR ROUTES VOL.USIA COUNTY.23385Emporia .
el i.'lt: | Heal Estate and Iusurauce Office. remains. Bunnvtt Rouse If We Did Not Know that you should hare it on

y7 an,' -.7 Collected: for Non- "Having to tumble up aloft at all Turner HouseWinter to KUIridjfe, 1.50 your property.If .
'raxesulMId hours and In all weathers-to perform Home miles and back, six times a week,
1'IlOv i' A SPECIALTY. acrobatic feats that WELL!: Did that we deserve order 9
CITY would almost puzzle UKII.LINOH. bond required with bid, $JOO; present Yld Net Know your *
) for the. lAjudlnir. American.. Insurance monkey the sailors .
; Agency : a saying among C. Haven contract pay, $87.23,280Liulow we would not keep urging __
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Company-THC >ETt
about 'banging on by the eyebrows' be-
h, J808 Boulevard. UtLAND, FLA. MEDICAL!: ADVERTISEMENTS. to Favorita Stationn. you to use ,

comes"One almost would a think truism.tbe situation was' Grove Hood Prt Tasteless.paratlona! Chill Tonlo ( o.), 7.50 miles and back, six times Carrara .' Paint i

'tOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, highly spiced enough by danger without CustorluTropical l>r. Plcrce's Uolden Medical Discovery a week; bond/ nquired with bid, $600:

-j" ," I S. B. \VlLSON Mauag-er., pERT FlBH Actuary., not heedlessly altogether Increasing an uncommon it. Yet thing It to Is Dr. Miles'Nculne: 'of: Miinufactuilnir CnrdutManhattan : Comp.nyWine present 2.J,281-PUhCt contract I'aik pay,to$240.! New Smyrna, The advantage is absolutely yours if you use CARRARA.

:_ ",. a urnlitlied and_ title perfected. see a man. It be happens tt) be barefooted Therapeutic Association" 5,50 miles awl'. back, seven times a \Ve guarantee CARUARA to last five years. We know it's safe to

,, Abttracta Kelt to Votuala County Hank. run out along the yard in preference .V Herblne H. E. llucklln ii Co.8HO1GUN3 week from Nov 1, to May 31, and six do that. We also know It baa. lasted much longer. r
DeLand Fla.H. to using the footrope placed un-
times a week the residue of each
ARMS,
ETC.
der It for the to reach what
A. HUTCHJNSON. Is a post of honor purpose, the weather ear J.St..ven WlacLveter Arms Company year; bond required with bid, $600! ; W.+ W. .ALCOTT fffr; fLA.lO .
Arms A.; Tool Company: present contract pay, $218.33.! ,

; ; Notary Public. ring.- "In spite of all this' although notknowing RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP LINES. 23,288-Coronado to New Smyrna, 10't-O+t OlO-
Clyde Steamship Line 2.50 miles. and back six times ,- .. -
week -
a
Dealer in Real Estate. the actual percentage I make Oeorwla Southern! and Florida Hallway ;
: bold to say that not more than one lx>uw\ille, und Nashville Railway. bond required with bid tJOO; present D

",ttff ezea nou-reldunu.paid and aisiAmoents iXLaa l, Fla.attended V for sailor\ oiiin 'lu hundreds Is killed or In- AtliuUIo Florida East Count Coast Line Hallway HallwaySCHOOLS contract i pay, $99.23,289Cilft0n\ .,
.
)/0' jured by falling from aloft. It lUBe : AND COI.I."GES. < <:: / by Shiloh to Oakblll, TOO LATE
'
-' my own experience as a base, the pro.
-
(i John B. Stetson, University 1050 miles and back, three times a rf
T. ALLEN M. D., portion would be less, for In over
FAINT week; bond required with bid, $500;
/" twenty years of sea life I was never MANUFACTURERS t tM a9Dl)
e t" + i To think of Insurance when
contract $168.
,
caused the pain of witnessing such a Heath ft Mllliirita Manufacturing, Co. present pay '
E'ye'm'.fEal' Surgeon. catastrophe." 2.1,240: -DeLand to De Land Junction, tl ;. ((1 '.i..f-= ,I er the house is In flames. Tbe

A. Lvsson In Morals. 3,25 miles and back, seven timed a ;il I '"'' time to consider it is all the

DeLand-M/Aduy ,ovcT Flatter'.. .. T..hel'. week bond required with bid, $500 +,,, v ui{; ,' time previous to that.
Parents
Tampa, -Tuesdays, ret Nat& Bunk Uld*. "Where is that d-d garden rake, ; ; 1 w ,
'I Ooal.-FI'II.y., M' UICZUma j Of all the tettchlug In the world Mary!?" asked a DeLeon husband of.. present contract pay, $112.13. 21,,. f 1 '', i fl ,..;1 And we can help you to
ninety-nine one-hundredth*' at least is 23,291-DeLand to Orange City, 6 w reach a decision as to the
his wife the other day, as he entered T. 1 "
I done by fathers and mothers Every the house after miles and back, six times a week; bond f amount ofINSUl"tA.NCD
a search for the im-
childlearns In the of actual
cV .V TIlE WINTER IIOMEt more way required: with bid, $500; present contract
plement. "I'U be d-d if I know
,4 facts from the day of Its birth until ,
t I r**" -NOW 01'8N- the end of its seventh year thirfi it can dear," she !said sweetly and the lesson pay, $137.

1 learn In all the test of its life went home with such 23,302-Palsley by Saint Franis and 't '
'.. ; possibly a distinct and tbe best teI
North Boulevard DeLand } .af' !
{ put together. During these first hours thud that he raised his right'! hand and Crows. Bluff to Ueresford, 16.50 miles .,: ajar. }.: ..., .. ;; companies to place it with. Iii
AI q't bamellkvplaoa Lucxtlon, Dad('tnutnrt.uIey TableTrim8l t I// yDisDeslrsblu .-nl'l and years of life tbe child learns to took an oath that be would never pollute and back, six times: a week; bond re i '1

<.tee: ti per day. S1>eulal V"DlllpY "nd "...on walk to talk and what Is tar moreImportant his lips with a profane word quired with bid, $1,100; present con- SILAS B. WIUOIIT\ DeLaiul Fla.
""Hates. } { hN.: Prop. It l Verne. the beginnings of again. lIe found the rake. tract pay, $336,79. ,

self control. During the first years the [By the above specifications, it will
St"1TIINEIt 1IOUSE511b1 child puts itself, In touch with the > nnnrrr a p f,
How Old Is Annt be seen that these star routes: under __ _
world into which it is born, and In -- u. f Z
tbe rules. rural de
new are virtually
\ -ILL THE YXAR- these early years the parents, and the The Philadelphia North-American, the o .0 +0.0.0.0 )

: and Florida Avenues/ mother especially are the teachers. in a recent Issue,, published the following livery-I. e., anyone living on
1 Florida. They start the operations of the mind example : route may receive,hls mall, or send it I

'P r pleasant, haaltbyand homelike.. giving It Its first bent And however to the post office, by the mail carrier, r
Mary is 24, and Is twice as old as
+ per day: Special by the able the teachers of-tbe future may be on written order. This will prove a.
Ann was when she ( Mary) was as old
E. D. MOLLOD.rates. Prop.
however conscientious and learned, in quite a convenience to people living
as Ann is now. How old is Ann?
of the cb1d'atuture. \
the great majority cases
out of town, like A. Cosner, William
T HOUSE This caused no end of comment, and
Irs success or failure depends
t Klapp, and others on the Orange City
upon the first teaching influences ofhe had tbe Quaker City worked up Into Horse Shoeing
route.-ED.]
l y' dl BIKNETT, PROP. mother ,and father.-New-' York great excitement over the problem.The .

r a' ;ue, DeLand, Florida. American. answer, published on Monday,
.. ts' TO CUBIC A COLD IN ONE DAY
:
$i tov S8 per week. gave Ana's ape as 18. ,.
'y or< for season, A LIT Oak Too. -- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets T'Vl V
,t i y t V Tbe bride was fair and slight and very All druggist refund the moneyIf .
A dozen
or more charming
the bridegroom was dark and stalwart it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's
They made a most Interesting pair.anlf young ladles attend the public school. signature is on each box. 25c. r

'i13 the people on the long distance Which U tbe most popular? This (
'ontractor, train whohad watched them more or question will be decided through THE U. C. V. Meeting: 1 ,

,' kyY 'hob less openly from San Francisco were NEWS. Watch the vote. The members of Loring Camp, No. BERRY & KENT

:! r'C cheered by the sight of a shower of 1528, United Confederate Veterans, .

r- rice wblcb tell out of' ,the rlde'.,parasol $100 Reward $100.. will attend a meeting be held at
OP. COURT
i \ FR two days later. The'readers ot'thlll paper will be DeLand en Tuesday, November 3d, fEW SHOP. HOUSE. t:
r The bridegroom saw the smiles,, and
OeOOOOOOOOO..O-O.O-O..O..O.()+Oe
Q+
pleased to learn that there is at least 1903. By Order of -
his arm round his blushing
vil putting ,
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dreaded disease that has
on science
t _
U. M. BENNETT W. S. THAYER.
,he ,faced the earful of friendly ,
wife V been able to cure Jn all its stages, and tit t -
,strangers. that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Adjutant. Commandant.
i !'1 reckon there's no need for me toy Is the only positive cure known to the "* 'PQND L.UMBER: COMPANY
'Tf we haven't been married long," he medical fraternity. catarrh being a cop- A GREAT SENSATION. ,

/ nounced in full chest tones, "but I stltutlonal disease, requires a coo J- There was a big sensation in Lees-
y treatment. Hall's Catarr /..,
tutlonal
Ik fa tell one thing. You don't want ure
; Iy you vine Ind. when W. H. Brown of that f -r> Q@E510E51eO I'
a 1 t smile any more than 's polite, fore on Is taen the 'blood internally and mucous acting directly surfaces; up-of place, who was expected to die, ha
a.il; t my violet and I'm her sheltering" the system thereby destroying the his life saved by Dr King's New Dm Before purchasing Lumber, caH at our Yards at the Depot DeLand .
and I weigh 204 pounds. foundation of the disease. and giving covery for Consumption. He writ :
Prices all kinds of .
:! on
1 the patient strength by building up "I endured insufferable agonies, ffvm

....... the constitution-and assisting natureIn Asthma but your New P coven gave
to Rtadto B.... '
mmediat ., there.
doing its work. The proprietors me relief and | L.
rl e horseradish at Its best. buy have so much; faith' in its curative after effected a complete f ire.' Si.. 'Mr Lumber Lath Shingles /
Vat a butdo, not grate It, .. It'la powers, that they offer One Hundred cures of Consumption; Pneumonia, ,

er and saves many tears If dollars for any case that It fails to Bronchitis and;:;- are numerous. 1ft
\4 II 1 scrape It. Next cut Into cure. Bend. for list. 'of testimonials, \ or all throat aj, id 1Rn1 n'I

+ r'tt t through ,the finest eTUDe Address,+ F. J. CHENEY & CO, lung trotha rat,', soc, and 100. Mouldings
1 ; chopper and thenInto Toledo, O. the Allen and..Geo.a. ? ,,
-uta'retala the roll Sold by> u.lb.I15'cent*. WFishehnlnM'free r Trial bottlesthe
? 2t t for eAes-.--- 'BA.LJ.'S Family Pills are the bMt..:. .>'I > '*" w..Vi s iok, and Everything in the Lumber Lin Ozd deli

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The DeLAND WEEKLY NEWS York. Which means, we suppose, -aw-cz.o.a.o-ow-o--o w-o,,-o-1:o-ro-t-o-t-of.arato'hotatal'o 1'at i =22
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that Chicago is a very religious' ::1.:1.:1.:1.: : : '
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j..: '. .' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. community_ BALLOTFOR SCHOOL BOOKS 1

DELAND YOLUMIA COUNTY FLORIDA.BY Ue held
'. SI' ,
An election in Day Bought, Sold and Exchanged.All : ; .
I -BY- tona on November 17th to decide THE '
the books in use in Volusia ., .
;i'' S f' THE MEWS rUIlUSHINtt COMPANYlucorporuteil. 1
the question of issuing $70,000 in
( County kept in stock. .a ..
: )
bonds, with which to construct a Most Popular Young Lady "

CHRIS. O. OODIUNQTON. sewerage-system. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. j

Business Manager and Editor. ATTENDING THE
,----- If the of Till '
acquittal man means
l'' Subscription Rules, Pencils, pads, ink, paper, pens !
''I p One Year....,...... ..'..,..... ..... ........$100 anything, it means that the proper i t
Blx I months......... ...... .. ... ...........'. DO way to treat an editor in South DELAND PUBLIC SCHOOL and pen holders. .
When paid advance. When notpuld ia A FINE STOCK FROM WHICH TO ;,
advance addle( per cunt. Carolina, when he tells a disagreeable _._-
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Entered in the poatoffice at DeLand, Florida truth, is to shoot him down SELECT.
aa aecond class matter. BALLOTS containing the above number

,t. Advertising rates furnished on application., like a dog.------- .-.-- --- ALL( ) must be sent in to be canvassed by GK. V7 J'JSE3ee.: ::: 1 1n

I. Address all Communications, and make A day seldom passes but that Thursday noon, November 5, otherwise the

;" obecksor, at DuJLaiid.money orders Fla.iVJ > payablu to the company dozens of persona in DeLand re- vote will not be counted. A new number will be sub- .___._%___=__&i,_______. -------:0 3

OC, -- --- -----.- ceive of stituted second issue.
copies some California pub- every
Furs 1
New Stock :: t-u.re:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 1903. lication, setting forth the value of

-, California mines, oil wells, of com / VOTE FOR Wm. Kolman, Orange City and DeLand.We .

Floridians next year will have ant panies, fruit and grazing lauds, or have just received a FINE NEW STOCK 1 1of

opportunity to cast their ballots, i il what not. These papers are not Jlliss ......... ,.. .. ..... ..... ,.......................... .................................................-.............. ... ... .. Handsome and Cheap Beds, Bureaus, Washstands, Springs Mattresses, 1

not for the next president, at least sent out by the editors with the Tables, and everything found in an
as the most Popular 1'oiuig Lady attending the
,. r for the Democratic nominee for the hope of securing eubaciibers. Theyare Up-to date Furniture Store. ,
,. .
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Public
DeLand School.
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presidency. Florida's delegates t toy sent out by people who expect ---- ---- ------ ----
_ec eeei
e e HH;
---- -- ----
the national convention will be to make money by the diffusion of -- ---.---- .

'( ry, voted for in direct primary such matter-who hope to locate BALLOTS will be canvassed every Thursday noon, and the ';

; Hearst will have his candidates, and; settlers and investorb and get a T result of the contest will be announced In THE NEW*'every FURNITURE AND HARDWARE)
per ]Friday morning. The final I canvass will be made by three a ', "
i all other candidates for the Democratic centage on the money invested. prominent DeLandltes who are not directly interested in the i

;. domination will be represented This is practically the only way contest. The contest will close at noon on fafa
t We are just getting comfortably eettled in our new
the official ballot. in December* 24th
on
primary which
to secure immigration. Thursday, ,, t t Furniture Store, three doors north of our Hardware fafa
When the Florida elector casts hit But how many such papers are and the final result will be announced in THE NEWS of December 25th. and Bicycle Emporium on the Boulevard. Our Mr. W. fafa ,
: The contest ia to lady attending the DeLand Publicor M. Yeargin, who has had twelve years' experience in '
primary vote, he will vote for sent from Florida Who open any young
sends
High School. the furniture line and as a Funeral Director, la in full fafa
i" Hearst or Parker, Cleveland or Gorman hem? We have advantages far Besides these ballots published in THE NEWS a certificate good i charge. We have all new stock, which we have bought fafa -.. vat
delegates. The set of dele- for 20 votes will be I given!I with every new yearly casb-ln-advance sub- right prices, and we propose to give our customers '
superior to those offered California
by scription received before noon on December 24. w; the benefit of these low prices. j jI jLUNDERTAKIN1
; gates receiving a majority vote will but they are unknown. What :

; attend the National Democratic Florida needs is systematic, generous The Price of THE NEWS is $1.00 per Year. .1

Convention and cast their vote as I wide advertising. Our lands '+O-o! +o- ..o..o.o. o+o I a
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instructed by the sovereign people. are capable of producing millions 1A 1

After the candidate for the presidency where only hundreds are produced. snout, the abrupt angle of the fore.. cupy the same position in -regard to p Mr. Yeargin Is a practical man in this department and
.I, Lend, the long straight trunk and the University a-t the monthly did, knows the business thorou'hly.Vc/! have order'cd ai
is named, we will then all befc Our grazing lands fruit and Funeral Car that will "knock the
veguta spots off" anything
in of
-, the shapely hams all were striking namely: being the onicial students
: \able to fall in line and vote for his ble lands heretofore seen in this section:: of the state. Our goods I
; our phosphate and caolin contrast t to the points of the, paper, and we hope that those who in this department are strictly Dm-cUei> and have

k : electors., This is probably as neat mines, our cassava: starch and pineapple razor back rooter. Congressman I have so( generously patronized the old i been selected to meet the demands of all-rich or poor.We .

rr r ; a "direct vote of the people" as will industries should.prove most Laaiar's farm a mile and a, half east paper will give their aid and 8UppOI t invite
of Monticello will he famous in avery to the Weekly Collegiate. you to inspect our stock. We
be for /
ever given a presidential attractive
to people who desire to
short time. Facilities for shall appreciate your custom. _' 4\j

nominee. locate in a milder more equable crowding\ on the native stock are The people of DeLand will have the

--- -- -- -- ,- climate than they now enjoy. The freely offered to those wishing to opportunity of seeing this season one

Dannitte H. Hays of Monticello State Board of Trade, proposedsome improve their' stock. From this of the best games to be played in the IWaffs & Mi"er 1!l I

baa announced his candidacy for time ago, would be an admirable point as a hub will radiate manyspokes state. On Thanksgiving Day the .
in the wheel of pork prog- Stetson football team will meet a ,
the gubernatorial nomination. Mr plan by which to promote this .
ress, if the normal increase of these I team from the West Florida Semi eH S &s. SP 0& .'
Maya' platform is the simplest and advertising. Until such a concerted porkers is scattered throughout the I nary of Tallahassee at UniversityPark ----- -

has the truest ring of any issued plan is devised, we should work individually third district in pursuance of Con. and a game is promised which Slap at WhUtler.

during the entire campaign, so far. and in communities, aud gressinan Lamar's plan. His planis will be worth going miles to see. Ow- A a young large and San valuable Franciscan collection tbe ownerof of autographs One Cent a Word

We produce it in full, as follows: thus accomplish in a measure the piutical, and will yield benefits ing to the great distance to Tallahassee ouce wrote to James MocNelll
that in time will add thousands of Stetson has never met this college -
Whistler! politely his Advertlsementeoftenwcnlsor moie under
To the of Florida results which have developed California requesting signatune.
{ People : this hens Inserted for ONE' CENT': A WORD,
dollars to the wealth of this dis- in contest, but it has been *
any The letter wu* sent In care of .
cash In advance each inxertlon No advertieemente
it I am a candidate for Governor ins during the past twenty years. trict. A revolution, in hog raisingwill d tided to take tbe risk, trusting' that the London Royul academy with which accepted for less bun 10 cents.

-'ttw-Dem.ocratic_ primary to be held be when bun interest the famous American at
-- accomplished a the game will arouse sufficient painter was
ti y in 1904. FOLITIC.tL8NA1' SIO'IY. dred thoroughbred pigs are .scattered to meet expenses. Other games outs. After four moo tho the letter was FOR RENT.
I am a Democrat and have returned to the Sau Francisco address RENT-ClKht room furnlolu'd hnu*...
stood abroad to root for higher are being arranged as quickly as possible FOR hand ,,1't'lc llgbtx. Apply to S. D.
c on and will stand flatfooted on the How To Increase: the Assessment. values, better bacon, bigger stock but it Is not certain when and from the dead letter office In Washington. Joidiiu, DtLunil, Fin. ._

t Democratic platform. Editor Caldwell of the White -and incidentally for Bill Lamaroooooooooooooooooooooooooc. where the first game will be played.A Coining the envelope was the
word repeated numberless times, "Uan FOR SALE.
.. .
I am opposed to trusts-trusts in Springs Herald that if it --S.--- proposition has been made to -
says were known. 'LOkiDA FA KM and UAHDFM for SALE .
1\0' politics as well as in business a law in Florida that a man had to Tampa for a game next Saturday, but _1 lit very low p'lce-l'oll.U"M' of WIUTI'",
11 There is the same tendency in each definite has been heard 10 acres wire In orange grot a and piped with .
I take in cash for his property the nothing yet. i The Real Force 8,000 ft :- I In wood order -
t'b t6 crush individual effort and make value he placed on it for purposesof : Stetson University \ Practice going on dally, and thosein "Mnii does!, his best when be Is bard and ,'A'IIeC';;;ferltls-he.t About:Sscres condition lev-for
rxlHlnir
t slaves of men. taxation, or pay double taxes, the charge of the team are very much put to It. Necessity! you know U tbe I elect sniinr the CHHO.wst. r, and no better were land fur
F ', t -**-, I am in favor of continuance of I liricfNeuNXotPM the made mother of invention" said the observerof I II'r..J: ; and all .kinds of rdeninir; n>
first under pleased at rapid by
very year the operation n O progress I Bub-lirlKiitlon nlwii\8 iimkes good crops.
t dud ,
the Railroad Commission-of mak- of such law the taxable ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMian the men. The second team ban! or- men things; : nlvndld for rniHlnir initle. as
a propertyof cl l: U'u : tlIt\
"Yea replied the benedict "but If : Leo to good Ivine-ioom house,
ing it fixity, if possible. It is a Maude Whetten who has been with Jack Same ,
Florida would show up to two : I ganized as captainand necessity were Invention's mother.In- plastered and mostly papered tiood water
v I barn
t' bulwark between the corporations hundred million dollars. visiting Mrs. Spanker since the beginning all men making the second team law then you'd see how Invention and much fruit. AddressJ.. It. HURST,

i, and the people. Make it tribunal There is a mighty good suggestion of school, has returned to her will be given S's with a figure 2 below would bate to hump Itself."-Philadelphia Luke Helen, Flit.

''where the individual can have hip.. for our nest legislature if they home In Dayton them to distinguish them from those r'leaa. I SALE-A !grand! homo and pony.--In-
FOR
!, claim heard and adjusted without really desire to have an honest I given to the first team. .. of Bi>x 1IK::, DeLauil Fla.1l'OR .

': '''-" cost to him. assessment ol' the in the Mr, Emmett Wilson of Marianna, v.-a Evidence. of an Eyewltnea.. KALE Steam launch, 11x19. all new ,.

.i I favor the primary system as the state.-Pensacola News.property Fla., has: returned and taken up his A mass-meeting of the students was Guest-Why do you believe In second :,' year... nice old.curry el50.OasolineLauncbl4ft3ongonn .
best yet devised for getting the work with the Senior Law Class. the sight major? fi person Pi'Ice *55. Just the bouts for Ulua
in audito-
held on Tuesday night Major Darby (lu an Impressive whis Lake No llcimnus needed. Address Jobn E.
:' will of the people. -- Harris, !bttint Francis, Florida.
rium to finish organizing the Oratorical per)-Because! I fell in love at Brat :
-; I in favor of liberal Mclieath Speaks from", Experience. Professor Mr.
am ap- -, suppose some Association. Mr. Butler wall Bight!-Punch.If wlmt II was to suffer
.', propriations for education as an in Florida School Exponent: Before I merchant down town sold you some elected temporary chairman and Mr. to FREE.KOnwln'shy ..mulcted u putntlvocuro:-" REE OK for OH Eiztinu.A HUB.

vestment-the best that a family or Supt. Holloway allows a few article of food, :say a packet of Calhoun temporary secretary. A con- n row threatens you don't let It go Bait Ktaeiun. Erysipelas, riU-s and akin dUenttea. -

.. ,. state can make. newspaper notices to "turn his "Force," and it was not fit for use. stitution was adopted after several so fur hint you Itpcome bitter and lire Wrlto. F.Instant W. WILLIAMS,400 relief Don't Mnnliatttin futrer longer.Ave.,

I :' I favor liberal appropriations for head" and precipitate him into a Under the rule of implied contracts i amendments and a recess taken to willing to hurt yourself In order to New Vnifc.

.' ,;_'Sr unfortunate people. struggle in which be must lose, we 'what could you do about itV\ I sign it. The election of officers then hurt your i nomv. WANTED.

I: .: I favor the equalization of taxes, would like to show him throughtwo Student Well, I think I could I took place and the following persons -'---..--- --- ANAOEH WANTED-Trustworthy l lady

so that every interest may pay its or three hundred of our '"force" him to take it back. Emmett Wilson Lvi or gentleman to manage business Vo-
pages were chosen: presi- Catarrh .
IUB a county and adjolntnir territory for well
L ,:':' just proportion of the burdens of big scrapbook of newspaper clippings dent; Miss Remmern, vice-president; and favorably known house of solid financial
,.' .the government. from the files of 18991900.Lamar'n Mias Lulu Lutz has returned and is \Mr. Calhoun, secretary. Ia a discharge from tho mucous memo atandtuir.pen_ paid III each'IJ.OO straight Monday byuheukdlraet cash celery und from ex- .
I favor the present liquor laws, taking up work in the music department --.--- brane of the nose, throat, stomach, headquarters. Expense money advanced;
which permit local option as to bowels etc., when kept in a. state of sition"permanent.Mnon Illdg-, Chlomro: Address, III. "Maui B 12-1 r,
-..." license =home rule. Hog-proof "Fl'uce.ttMonticeUo Growth of the Pupal" Crown.Originally inflammation by an impure conditionof 1'0-/

J, :'ti favor good roads-the best News: The congressman At a meeting: of he seniors of the the headdress of the popes the blood and a want of tone in the NO1ICK1JK APPI.IOAIION FOIl
tt at can be had without unduly from the third district is en- college h!ld Wednesday It was de- was only u cup, but ClovIs klng,of the system. DEED!:! I1NOKU 8EU1UIN R (
Franks to show his to the CHAPTER 4388 LAWS. OF }
respect
,
'.' Soothe the inflamed membrane | -
S gaged in the propagation of pork. cided to and at all
wear
.burdening the people. caps gowns .
1I\ ulmrch! of Home, sent to the palace of strengthen the weakened system, andthe IDA.
: **To be nominated I shall appeal He is spreading the gospel of better exercises in the chapel. -rbls rule to
St. John In Lateran a royal crown of discharge will atop-to do this *TOTICEIshert'by vlventba.tr. L. Hulol
.' tbuno section of our state. Born stock with prize pigs. Bill Lamer, take effect after Christmas.. gold, which Anastaslus. emperor of purify the. blood. dated,L snnpurohseerotTexCerllfcxtuNo tbe 4th day of Nov. tuber A. 1>. 189ft, P -,i
,;. ..J within her borders, I love her every as he is called by his friends in Constantinople, had presented to him. "I was troubled with catarrh for years filed said. certificate In my olnct'!,and baa D
Jefferson, has started a movement Program of Stetson Literary Society The Hormladaa the and tried various remedies but found nothing application tor tax derv to Issue I In eo f h ..
place
; _, _._injerest(\ as a dutiful eon should I'ope upon that would cure me. I then resolved sues with law. Said cvilltloMu emLracfollowlugdeserlbedp.opeetysituated "I
,,3 his blessed mother.: which in rebults will demonstrate t .t omorrow'e xe 0 I ng: tiara this crown\ which was at that to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and took four f6
live Current Event Mr. Duncan. time nothing more than circle of bottles wulch cured I have luala county Florldu tow It; -.
of a me.
Though a farmer,;: I shall appeal the practical wisdom the origino *- entirely EH of Ra and neVi 01 c-M, eo d
: gold surmounted by leaf work being never been troubled with catarrh since. Bangedl .
tor. At of close to Recitation-Miss Rich. \
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.I of our people, as I be.1 expense a As a blood purifier I can find nothing else Too said land being ant-epsod at .
.; ,r liaveIn equal and exact justice to thousand dollars he has prepared Extempore much such a coronet as Is nowadays equal to Hood's .area WILLIAM the iMuance of such certlflcateln .
and substantial Practice. borne by marquises In France. The SHERMAN, 1030 6th St., Milwaukee, Wls.Hood's Julia Hardrman. Unless said c<' '
f:: ail and special privileges to none. pastures sanitary Parliamentary successor of Pope Ilormlsdas con- I be redeemed acoordlnir to law, /
.1 shelters for the Biltmore Berkshires Debate-Resolved, That the gov SarsaparlllaCures Issue thereon, on tbe 11th day
,,11 elected my motto shall be tluiittd to wear the tiara with one A, n.1003 '
L "progress" forward along the paths which share a large portion of the ernment works should be open to non- crown only up to the time of Boniface catarrh radically and perma I Wltnusa my official signet. '
tbe Wth of October, A.Snell
't ao safely followed since the inaugu- outlay above mentioned. These union laborers. VIII., but this pope, having claimed nently-removes its cause and? overcomes [ I day] HAM "'
I14;r 'rrfuon; : of that great Democrat, hogs are wonders. One male and Al Mr.Calhoun, Miss Remit authority over things temporal as well all its effects; Clerk Circuit Court V/r Na

:George F, Drew,' and. continued two females are to be kept on the )era. na npliltunl, wished to mark this dou- -- :

,i. tr; through the' able stewardship ranch. Pigs, as they arrive, will be Negative-Mr. MotTat, Miss Dicken- ble dominion ou the pontlflcnl tiara, .DeZeaalad shing .
along on which he placed two crowns In-
distributed free of
charge through eon.
'Stt I
: Goy W. S. Jennings. aportati0a' '
stead of one. Ultimately Tope John
.J T:. 'I propose to see the people and out the third congressional district. XXII. added. a third crown.-St. Saw and Mills N 1

__ Its";, "give. them .1easons for .the faith Eight aristocrats of the breed-of At a meeting of the Collegiate James' Gazette. Planing and .1'
Biltmore have already been assigned board held yesterday it was decided "
:''k :that i is within me.. "t. \
to different sections of the third Times-Union J. T. CAIRNS Proprietor ai "
-r..oto. tens change' the Collegiate from a The Dally and THE .
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\ district. monthly to a weekly publication. The NEWS one year for $0. Manufacturer offl. Steamsh: ',1 '
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4 j r Two pat"eJigioQs7movements, A News assisted at the .
reporter new paper will be a four page paper Dressed & x
dry d.' : recently ,'taken rplace l .. The of this Too Know What Ton Are Taking Roug ( )
\ # .have breaking up happy family.} and will; be published every Saturday.This eta' '

'ki. ;:: ( ) !. :first was,.by the. Salvation Army, Eight as pretty Berkshire pigs as Is a most commendable action Chill when Tonic you take because Grove's the formula Tasteless. ia Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Tu -1 ;l
;.1: anyone could wish to see were on tuj of the Board, as the new Will fur r 13,000 milu of a
into the wild part
sent bands :
hx ,which plainly printed on every bottle show. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. are on sale by the p '
;. \Pf. .. to lunching contentedly in their roomy paper Will be more interesting and at ink, that it la simply Iron and Quinine : eltlmat J,.. .. ; .
Jf" of Kentucky
: 'ii' mountain regions tall of porcine aristo in tasteless form. No finishing work ready to put 1ft place. E I
\,'t!" .'; -pictures the email price of one dollar a year, a pure, o New York via Atlan '
r' the mountaineers; the the News no 60c. tee Br t-class work In ever, particular. : i
4 convert cracy. They permited will soon q rajn a large circulation, not pay Bern Railway- : to-
.: Kt.eCCnd> : is the ,)invasion of New York ,. man to scratch their backs and fondle only among the students but throughout ly to Agents Atlantic CoGrove's .: f

"'. :-- J ,'! W.J' ;by, tbe' QJaite., who I went, from their. ears, but when seized by the state; .Messrs. Crawford and W.

: iko// Chlloag i,aaa lu i rloinity i ,four% thousand the hind legs and trundled out to Wilson will gave charge of the, bust- Tasteless C.- D.Trav.. PawJacksonville-J ;
f' ; the they protested with loud both ;
cage flees end of/f he paper i ,
Thgjuire ,
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r :'rMr4ing with the intention. of convert f .
tll' The squeal of a Biltmore CRAIG "
aqnealsvv. ,
experienced men in this\ -vgrk, has stood the test 35 Annualbottles. I
.:;... --'.' ,} tng3.Gotham, .-'Tie a .strange' spec- Berkshire'Is much like the squeal! and under their years. Average .QCD' Pali Aft Om 'v.
managper pa- Does this record of merit l to i =: T'0', "
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by an Expert. When the Liberty Bell goes to St. this truly princely gift presented also T The exhibit' space is compact and

Louis to be exhibited, It will be the to her majesty two Immense pairs of symmetrical. An extensive: balcony

VARIOUS SECTIONS REPRESENTED first time the historic relic has ever elephant's' tusks. The official descriptions sweeps around four sides of the build-

crossed the Mississippi river. i I of these are as follows: ing supplying! 100,000 ncjuare feet of

Flue Twenty (glaziers are putting/ in the I 1-Pair of elephant's tusks, mounted additional space. The doors are i,f .
Interesting
ht i to the American Sete Will Bo Added window /glass In the Palace of Agri on a buffalo's head, carved In ebony, gigantic dimensions 11 by 18 feet,

I ral Hl.tory In New Mu.etim lurk-How of ftatu- culture. The glass If in one piece, I which is supported on four /prlttlij The stiucture has 176 trusses the The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beenIn
the
AS Material Wnn Ol>i l....,|- :,.vlr..u. would contain 189,000 square feat. The tusks are supported higher up by largest span being 82 feet In length i use for over 30 years, has borne the signature oC
menti of the Illril There are 141,750 lights, each 18 by a crossbar of ebony and resting: en 11:15: tons of Iron and steel were 1IoIe1 and has been made under Ills personal -
Clo.vly
Studied 22 inches. I the heads of four figures! representing The Education building is of the
c since its
t, Frank M. Chapman the bird wan at The work of applying the stair on some of the Incarnations of Vishnu Corinthian order of architecture. It s supervision infancy. .#
Allow to deceive in this.
no one
the I you 1
American Musuum of Natural Ills. the Palace of Horticulture has begun. Flushing from the projecting ends: of is situated to the left of the main All Counterfeits Imitations and but ,
Jnst-as-good" are ,
N tory lu :New Yolk has lotuiuod from The frame work of this the crossbar to the tusks. "
building two
was are (frit- lagoon and this and the Electricity -
his Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or ,
sumwer vacation with nmteilul for raised in 18 working days. !tins with two elephants under them, building' are the only two Infants .
and Children-Experience against Experiment.;
* r five new bird groups of the Pacific California's commissioners claim linking their trunks. On the centerof buildings facing the grand basin with ..

coast. Mr. Jhnpnmn:: huIIII soil of that they will make an exhibit of the bar Is a sixteen-handed figureof the cascades and approaches! to the

A this Interesting experiences In gntlieiiiig! apples at the exposition that will Shl vet standing on the prostrate terrace crowning the hill on which What is CASTORIA <,
\
material the
t5 says New York
: Times. He rival Illinois Ohio and all other apple form of an Abamaram, or !fiend. All the Art building! stands. While not He

landscape artist was to acconipuiiic-il woke stndU-s i by a -producing states. figures are ebony. largest In area, Its position makes i It Oastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-

the environment; n prcpurutor, with of A Milwaukee man claims to have :2!..-Pair of elephant's tusks, mount one of the wust conspicuous: building sIn goric, Drops! and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

4 wax and plaster molds, to milk casts Invented an aerial tricycle which he ed as flower vases: on a stand, of rose what his been called the main picture contains! neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

,tt of such vegetation as could not bo will exhibit at the fair and win the wood covered with ivory. The tusks of the Exposition: Eames &" substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms :,

bodily removed uud preserved by $100,000, prUe. Ills machine is DO feet are: $tyunted with gold and are entwined Young, of St. Louis, are the architects and allays Feverishness. It cures 'Dillrrh ea and Wind '''1

4 X means of the fluid used for the purpose long and 14 feet In diameter It Is by a pepper vine In fruit, of the utructure. The building Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures! Constipationand < ".

fi and a bird artist to paint freshly to be ;pioprled by human )power. worked In gold. The vases!!! are supported fronts ji:! feet on the main thorouglfare Flatulency. It assimilates! the Food, regulates the

killed birds and retain the brilliant Aluminum enters largely/ into the: on two elephant'dheadscar\ed of the exposition. The principal Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
w -..,!'" coloring which fades in the dead speci The Children's Panacea-The Mother's
Friend.
of the in
makeup machine.Ha ebony and rising from out of a entrances are on the axes of the> q
1 men. This artist vita Louis AgussUFuertes. ::
Mr. Chapman collected the pit! progress/ has been made on base of rock and jungle worked in building! !!, and somewhat resemble tie ?

+' material and photographed the birds, the Illinois building, it Is: being builton ivory and elephant's teeth. The well known form of the triumph; I GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ....

with their nests and Immediate en a high/ hill east: of the Agriculture trunks! of the elephants support a arch. A liberal use of architectural :

vlronment.One building. The frame work is already lotus of ivory on which is rested a sculpture lends a festal character to Bears the Signature of _

of the contemplation .
groups --------- -- --- -------
will be the largest and flue-st bird

-} group ever yet constructed anyuhere.

.-,. It will show the bird life of the irrigated .

regions of California which is ..
an example of the changes wrought by I

. j'. and man among fields. the'The little districts people, of fOI'm."ly woods! The Kind You Have Always Bought ;

,. '-'. arid were destitute of bird life. Water
.las been turned In In grunt quantities,
changing the arid valleys Into pasturelands In Use For Over 30 Years. jI j

r covered with herds of cut _..... .. .. ?
great TAun" COMPANY tv MUHHAV.."'..T, NCW vonit.......
tie. The water !Is allowed, to stand on ,
.
certain sections to fertilize..: thew and -;!
then drawn off to others. In Its wake \

+ have come enormous numbers ot >>nter \ tTn& I
birds. They follow the water as it is DO- YOU WANT TO YAWN?
moved and lire and breed along thee
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Feel cold shivermgs, aching i if the
Irrigating ditches until these valleys, A Death Felanlnw Plant.
bones lack of energy, headache and
once almost desert, are alive with water That certain !insects, bids, mammals '
1 lu-sc
great birds. and reptiles hal Itually pretend to be
be followed by vioknt headache
The group will show various species EDUCATION BUILDING. dead when danger; threatens them is a high fever extreme! Hers U\1sness a condition .
.: of wild ducks, the glossy Ibis (not the --- well known fact but It Is generally beg Known as m.ilan.i llerbine

sacred bird -of Egypt), herons, coots I llevul) that this stratagem Is resortedto cures it, Take it I 'rure the disea, e gets
and the graceful outlines of the /golden Image of Lukshine, the goddess'; the otherwise somewhat
up / severely
niiluials.
black terns, Forster's tel'1I8.lvoccts., only by In South America, a fair hold though it will work a cure ,
.I .stilts yellow bended blackbirds and building may be ]plainly seen from of prosperity classical exterior. The screen wall however there Is n plant-a species of in any stage. J, A Hopkins. Manchester

kllltleer.oQ."hese names sound fuuilllar; almost any point in the western !section -' TWO FINE BUILDINGS. I back of the colonnade gives app rrtu. mimosa-n hlc.li resorts to death frign' K.innle i: "I have used your

I but, with the exception of the blackbirds of the grounds. .1- This week we publish pictures of the nlty for a liberal ))lay of color as a lug, evidently for the purpose of pie- great medicine< llerbine, for several ; .
and black terns, none of theI venting the grass eating animal frol11t'atillg'
IVORV CHAIR OF STATE. and Education background for the classic outlines of :marl cuff
d birds is found In the east, the Pacific Electricity building the It. In Its natural state this I;
I coast species all differing. The black- Among the priceless treasures: comprising The electricity building was erected j I Corinthian co'umns, affording plant has u vivid green hue, but directly ness, and (for a blood-purifying tonic ,
bird Is not a water bird, but it stays so ( the jubilee presents of Queen by William Goldie and Sons Company 1', liberal! scope for the mural decorator. I It Is touched by a human flnuvr:;' there M ii'illiing as' good" 51"-- at all

persistently among the weeds at the Victoria which have been sent to the contract price being til,5)40.: !) ) i The interior court follows the general I or by nay living animal It collapsesInto ) : druggist. v' 10

water's edge that it is characteristic of America by King Edward of Englandfor The structure was planned by the | outline of the building In form and a tangle of apparently) dead and ..

the scene. exhibition at the World's Fair la chief architects of the Omaha ex- I style:, and is laid out In the form of a withered stc'ius,-London Globe. About Del.antl' Utrls.. t

J These birds are very shy for they a wonderful Ivory chair and footstool. position. [It is locatrd on the main j plaisance or garden. It Is also: suggested If men are the salt o\\ the earth,
have of solitude In which to Henley and !9te,
vast
areas that this building! the roof of enaoa.
These were presented to the late central: avenue and forms; one of the women are undoubtedly the suyar.:
live. The particular company on \V. E, Ilenluy once met !Robert Louis
which Is
S Whose ranch Mr. Chapman collected queen by the mabarnjah of Travan- leading!! elements of the main exposition pratlcally on a level with Stevenson and found his tl'Ienl1II". Salt U a necessity sugar a luxury.

B).ta material controls 14,000,000 acres I core. picture It has a frontage of l'ell'lFlI' he was not a Voltnlre Vicious men arc saltpeter: ; stern men

,'tin;f ',California. The carting on the chair and footstool : feet toward the north and 52.> feet be succesfully utilized.: as a promenade or n Dumas' though\ be bud an equipuient I are: rock; nice men are table 'salt

: "jthls group will be twenty feet long is a revelation of the possibilities toward the east, facing the main la with a roof garden and restaurant : which ought to have made him Old maids arc brown sugar; good-

il tied eight feet high larger than the of art. The feet arc in the form goon. The design Is a bold columnat- attachment. The contract- ----- --- their peer. StoNeunoii put his "failure" natured matron are loaf sugar/ and

I, m,jpleiidld Virginia coast group which of lions' paws, and the arms; terminate ed treatment of the Corinthian order. price of the Education:: building was down to the WIMI U ness! of his hiiitjs. pretty girls!!! are due pulverized: sugar.!

.. j', 'a the banner group of lust year In lions heads. The back |Is In The fenestration Is bold and appropriate $3H1,3\.1IJ\ "Perhaps run are right. Lotus" .said.. ----. ,- .-. ._ ---
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; t4 ,\\Tfi'3"rancb, located lu the Sun Joaquin -e.. Henley "I've always felt that If I hud" '
the form of a shell supported by elephants giving ample light and MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
[Valley, afforded a background of thecoast HEAUTIFUL not 1 been n blessed; cripple' I could luUf
,i: range piled majestically: against rampant. The seat Is of alabaster substantial wall treatment. On two COMPLEXIONSAre taken the earth In my baud and burled Tlic-rc'g nothing like doing a thing

';,,:fbe horizon. This background, with and the chair has; a gold and sides of the building are loggias spoiled by using any kind of pre- It into the sun." Ihoroughlv. Of all the Salves you ever .

';the green level water laced Irrigated silver tissue drapery around the underside which add I'lea..lnelft'cts\/ of light/\ partition that fills the pores of the skin, heard of, BuiMeii'a! Arnica Salve is the

?i lands In the foreground Is now being of the. frame, Mulshed: with and shadow. There are numerous The best way to secure a clear complexion The same boy who I Is taught to b,'- liest. It weeps away and cures Burns

.:pnlnted In San Francisco by a local tassels and richly chased ormolu orna- openings on the facades, such as exhibitors free from sallowness, pimples, leve that the drumstick! I Is the best Sores Bruises' Cuts, Boils Ulcers
artist familiar with the color effects of Incuts. The cushions are of always seek In selectingtheir of the to linnglno Skin Eruptions and Piles It's "lily
green : blotches! etc., is to keep the liver in part firkoy grows up and guaranteed to give satisfaction
250, \
A -, the them region and till menus of reproducing velvet embroidered In gold and silver exhibit space. The plan of the good order An occasional dose of hat his wife always gives In to him- byV, A. Allen and Geo W Fisher,
thread. outside of the U and well treated New01'1.! I'lt'ss.
+ Every part building) simple dru gistt.
Iferbine
The second flue group will show cor- will cleanse the bowels regu-
morants on a rock as they swarm at chair is covered with delicately showing an effort to supply as muchexhibit late the liver, and so establih a clear -- --- - -
the Cliff Douse In San Francisco or on carved figures of men and animals. space as U possible! with the healthy complexion, soc at all drug-

a. I" the rocks off Cyprus point at MonteNey. This maharajah, not satisfied with 242,000! square feet of floor space. gists. 10 \ ,

Uather than try to reproduce
theso great rocks In mlnlo ture. It has

been, thought best to show a section of
with the tbe ELECTRICITY BUILDING'
one, painting showing
LOUISIANA PURCHA d. EXPOSITION3T <
rock in the More Than
great; sea girt background.The a
L.OUI3.U3A. ISO.
S cormorant Is very much like a ..
duck. A life size
( large cormorant
/ i bead painted by Mr. J>Fuertea shows --
,' the value of the bird artist's work In $ /tflllIOJDOlL /.IlS $

such a case. ,The bird puffs out a bag r
on its throat evidently for purposes of
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,, l'ls lay. This bog a brilliant blue In of Florida Capital guarantees ; l'
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i 'hies away In the dead specl-
Jag tho painting the only this
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:; a group of mountain table remedy to cure r
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ty grouse was gathered 1
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i : or money > 1> 1>
Y Dutiful mountain scenery,
I party went up to Pyra-

l vada. An island lu tbella .

> of the pelican race, Cures :
v 'oat fastnesses of the
.JJ\ Chapman counted HIV ? 4 f

"t- .- upon It They
Catarrhal affection the
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o,. :.fug:, from their 6''? i is
bronchial
nasal
I K Island on ?' passages,
r q. > ro ate' ul w undl;' ,+' III i, 1JnLl
t 'l f.' ,plrds measJlp .wo.......... tubes lungs, kidneys bladder
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and stomach. Also:
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number'12, as the duodecimal system rand boiling .n'ater. B3.\ It will be no ,.1 t. IA.

frit9 Scale Invented by Newton. and %4is then In common use. lie divided ticed' that this scale I"! Identically that c Consumption or any disease ,
tAmplified:. by: Fahrenheit. the space between tie freezing point of Newton'.*, only starting lower and .
of the mucuous memo
q &, 1Vhy should the freezing point be and the temperature the body into baring the numbers doubled.It f t :r
!'b bleed 32 degrees and tbe boiling 12 points and stated that the boiling was with this wall! that Fahrenheit ) branes.

t ? In tot 212 degrees on the Fahrenheit point' of water would be about 80 as worked for a long time, but flnnl- J a
; S ometer scalefost! students the temperature mutt! be nearly three ly, finding the temperature divisions!

d \v that Its Inventor divided the times that of the human body. till too targe.'be divided each degree JAs a Tonic k .

,f 'e bi'tween these points Into 180 When Fahrenheit took up the subject into four parts. Multiplying the num- ,
"I Instead> of the simpler 100 de- a few years later he used the Newton bers Just given by tour the thermometer .
t a nsed'in the Centigrade system, : Instrument but, finding the scale not scale now In use tesults. it gives appetite, builds f r
+f I understand how this number fine enough divided each degree Into The chance, choice of Newton of tfc up the system, banishes MANUFACTURED ONLY 0YALNANUFACTURINO
t.e ((1 i figure 12 to represent the bodx-Jti/at 1
pe chosen. A writer thus ex- two parts and so madeAe measure makes
that tired feeling ,
netter: between the freezing and bmflng point determined, the present thermometerscale
irl a ometer was really Invented 24 parts Instead'of 1%. "Fahrenheit then even as tbe yard fooJPand Inch the weak strong and NVILIE. FlA* U .. ,

: n aty r, Newton He started his discovered that be could obtain' a low. measures originally cam from Ileftll-.I" ) happy. \ I

+ r4 : beat: of the human body er degree of cold than' freezing, and, urea of parts of tb,'a" ..an... bodyy'as.tbe 1 -
r instrument a glass tube taking a mixture once and salt forastarting : width of a ra 'glage.. was

oIL The lowest fig- point he counted 24 points up determined by the "ch,-Inipooooooooooi.. SOLD AND GUARANTEED\
'a, the (freezing point to body heat. By this mensnrement be turn was 4etermlnltween'the ,
a { lot boiling water' obtained 8 far the freezing point and I cart wlL*'a :%i;. w. FISIiEB ASD W. A. ALLEN &.'do.II' .

e ot this scale, as S3 for the boiling point, :'His scale. now. bee : .loa.4'W.bl b. 111 ... ,1, .94:; 3+ S9a tai, I

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,,; J", eral Health.Doctor's Mumbo and Jumbo were two gay 1 Daily'NO.99 Dt1y. STATIONS. I Dall)'. Dati,.

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i' brines rest I- .0 r I
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/ .. +. ', and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out r.eoeul..ui MSTANDARD just such a contest. Each was to get 0111W I I .61 a.
1'I with the cares and anxieties of the sick room. FOR ACCURACY AND one of his four footed friends to act as : S fir 11 IthClCII
{ Mrs. Laura. S. Webb. Read DURABILITYw. la.d ( s II Soas 01
j' Ihe following: horse without telling the other which 47 a a "I'll
+ Imo "I have .niftnufecttiraa l ..llMootulitlBaof. 1010"2
Vlce-Prriiidvnt Woinnn with the l.rg.and
always been healthy exception 11II a D1
I. mulei'liil. of>orinru wiiio."I | : of a touch of rheumatism since my RIFLES from $3.00 to $150.00 lie chose ::I.U: CIC, 110 a' e SaasiQJp4 P \III
.
.t lor' 1 dreaded the change: ol/ life whichwas : ate came on, up to the time of my husband'slast PISTOLS. from 2.50 to 50.00 Mumbo, who counted himself a very Z ( "!10 ..S 1ia.ip _
illness 1 assisted .OiLU 5 a ala is t:
1r. some years ago. in I p
fast noticed Wine SHOTGUNS from
I 7.50 3000Ve
approaching.: J to cunning fellow uliose Mr. Camel II: fit ) IIa.
k nursing my husband for nearly three months ... trs1i411a.a.puslattus..s{ II lIS a nl I' P
ol Cardul and decided to try a bot. when he departed this lile and the mental after flattering words of 'OUd'l .lit 0 .I / as a .1! 0' P ;
,
;; tie. I experienced: some relief the I Ij strain I think caused trouble. Aside will Wp our roods ( .p*** prepaid. )onrvovlpt I many ...J..J .I S 1 611 a .U 66.
j t' J; first month to I kept on taking for I from extreme nervousness my my trouble com tltiailor of pile* If you cs>ruiot MOUT*tb m fromjour | for his speed in crossing the desert, '' t CI) II: f 8 II 1 OOm 00 a .11 fiG 25 J8 a a':II.,

r three months and now I menstruate menced with sore throat and neuralgia.) persuaded him to be ridden In the nice. WI-Jo. S II iSpeto Ilsu

I. .: + with no pain and I shall take It off and physician \gave me purgative doses which J. Stevens Arms &: Tool Co., Jumbo, who never said much !but did I: .w. .. f II .. P f II 08. .
on now until I have passed the climax" weakened me very much and my stomachfor P.O. BOX 3091 DI&. 1st. .. II P. 40 a
: I much thinking and kept his 1I4 .a. p.'a
a time seemed inactive. Mental strum eyes open .
disordered CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS. I Dls. !
; : .t.: Female weakness and the dormant condition of my stomachsoon got Mr. Giraffe to be his stI.Mr. !! f t II ...flI 7 GpeOsia
;:L 'b' ,.: menses, falling of the ttoiub and told upon my general health. I had 'OS'a; 8 ? pfOOea
I Lion chosen because of his o"'m S S 3 P a S 61 a 'j
& .\ + :/;.: + ovarian troubles do not wear off. little appetite and wan. soon forced to stay in o. I I was S 4 g. p.IJT.

r.. f.+ ... .< They follow awoumn to thethangeof bed a greater part of the time. Within a "11' GOES RIGHT TO THE kinglike bearing to act as the judge. I !! i :! '' .. SpuTbiaZB'

.;1 ..1-. '" ., of life. Do not wait buttake Wine week after the time I began taking Dr. SPOT"I I I Both mounted their racers and trotted 101 a 0. ,. ..au ip.7saa.

'i ,4+::.. ; of Cardui now and avoid the trou- up Miles'about Restorative the house.& Nervine I continued and Tonic their I was use I \Vlien pain or irritation exists on any up to the line. I Io, 8 e : .. ) 3 0. .1..0. .0 M 8T&a

r ; ;;1. ..: c ble. Wine of Cardul ne wr fails part of the body the application of Y
JL+ ."+ -:: .. .....".( to benefit a suffering voinan of Allies'until completely Remedies has cured.been My strengthened faith In Dr.by Ballard's Snow Liniment will give I I I "Ha. ha! I shall win!I" cried Muuibo. 4 .,00& 6 p..... ........ .. .. .. Miami ... .. ... .. .. ...... .Lv 181"0011&. ,

I I\ "t4. ,: any ago(!. Wine of Cardul relieved experience of other people daughter haying prompt relief. "It... es right to the looking at Jumbo's horse. "Who can I SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.BAXnPORD .

.,.: l'. Mrs. Webb when she was in dan- I used Restorative Nervine with, splendid pot; said an old man who was rubI I II I
I
I 1 ":" ger. When you come to the cbinfae results in a case of para ysis and a friend to
+ lung it m, to cure Ins rheumatism: C. I : BRANCH. I ORANGE OZTT BBAKOH.No. .
whom I
sent box of
.k + ;!"" : of life Mrs. Webb's Jetter will a the Anti-1'am Pills reports -
f< mean more to you than it dots that she has been completely cured of R. Smith Propr. Smith House Ten. No.111 I I No. 12 3 I No, 1 I No. a

j:. ; now. But may now avoid the neuralgia by their use. I know of a number :alia. Texas, writei"I: have used Bal-! Daily_ I .... bLTI0tS [Daily Dally 1 Dally STATIONS. DallyLv.

, ( she yoa endured. of others whom your medicine has helped in a l.trd'i Snow IJnimrnt in my (family for T 06VLv .... Tltuiivllla .........Ar iii 60p
suffering Druggists large!! degree. I wish you continued success." fT IK a Lv............Mini*............Arfll ai t Sip 10 lOa Lv. .K. Smyrna..Ar s 1 iSp
1' sell $bottles of Wine of Cardui. -MRS. FRANCES COFFMAN, Dayton, Va. sexeral' years and have found it to be a IS 83 a Lv.........,. Ostawn...........Arfll 3M a a tip i .11 SIn LakaHeleo .Ar a I lips
All fine remedy for all aches and pain, andI p. 68 Lv.........Enterprise..........Xrall OOaa ip sit Ms Lv.Oranye Clty.Ar a 1 1No. I fop a
druggists sell and guarantee first bottle I recommend fur pains in the throat 5 80 a Ar ...... .. Sanf.ird Lv .1') SOs t 4 Oh' 1t tIe Ar. .Or. CltyJo.Lv .12 sIp S
: Dr. Miles'. Remedies bend for free bookon it \ -
:: WINEoFCARDUI Nervous and Heart Diseases.. Address and che t." iSC 50c and $1.oo at all 25 No. 23Dally No. 21Dally. Noi'GWuil'l No. lSNa.20 No. 22Dally. No.2i

.'; Dr. lilies Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind. druggists. lo Sat uadayonly.and ex. BUD. Dally Dally. MAYFOHTBHANCH.. es5 II II Daily Dally, St

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.ISOp.140ps4 60 !I 09 r U BO a LT....lukuiiTllli ..iraTCOa a 8 40 a .
; : NOTICE OF APPLiCATIOM: FOll TAX EXECUTORS' Ni( )TICF. Creek IVoae-a. a t 89 p ilipat cai iO3ps988aLv.5o.haksoaiU..kraS5las8eIas126Sp.Solp..0S0pi I .
UNDER We learn that the nose of Socrateswas ? l4us5 lii's !I tSp.lOOiaAr..P.bloBsacb..LYsStOa.tOaslSfOuifOps'
. DEED SECTION 8 OF (HAP.TER
: 5 7 U i' 5 I 41 p.slO 14 a'lr.' .Itlantlo fiwok.LTI aaUa s 7 85 ns .11 15 6 aS
UK p p
I. To the Creditors, Ligulues Dldll'lbut"8, and not Greek but such Greek artists
: f 468. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I as 513 p U 7 ii I' 6 Mpp I I 09 t iuLalo:| 80 a;ir......k.Tporl....-.LT a 8 oua 7 40 a all 00 a a S 10 p a
.j; -' I nil Persons Hitting, Cliitms or IH'iimnda to Occasionally
1.r' --- usually assigned satyrs. -
t.. :- is berc-by iilvcn tbat M. F.; Kobln-
.+ NOTICE purchtiHer ur Ttix Cei'tltlcate, No.UWT. Against. the Estate of KranctsA.W.Shinier. us In a beautiful group of a These Tim Tables show the times at whloh trains mar he exncotad to arrive an'd
r dact'd the ml UHJ or Jun", A l>. IMil\ lidS are hereby; notified to present any and from the aovaral atattona, but thMr arrival or departure al the timed stated Is not Ruaran
r,... 1 flied ...Id cei'IIUiKle lu in>' otilce and haa made YOU claims which you nm>' bate against satyr playing dice wIth a nymph on a nor does Ike Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising I
f!I' application lor Tux, UULU to l'suu tttctirdlntf the rotate ot' Frances. A. W. !!Shinier deceased, bronze mirror they gave satyrs another =!E: Iron. .
T4 r. to h.w. 8i\ld cunltiuHte. enib, Huts. tb" lolluw. within the tlmu luetnilbcd b>' law, towit kind of The of the ladles ,...:
nose. noses -
I log dvacribetl. propt-ity .situated. lu VoliiBl'i. \\itbin two years from the date of this notice, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.PENINSULAR
+ County, 1<'lorhl..rowU : or the same. will he foivter baired. In the Tuntigra terra cotta are of I .

Svi"i of ah! IoU S of K.K. Sec IT 18 South A O. JOY all ugreeuble orders of nose not necessarily TBOTTED UP TO TBE LINE.run .
I. R SO bantIbaauld:: IjAREi.i.E P. I). HAZZEN AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
\i. laud 1>"IIIIIIIS-88,1 tll thu date of WINONA 8. SAWYER, Greek. The chances are that the -
, [ tbulBgaince ul aui.li crrlltlcHtit In the, name Executors, and trustees. Greeks varied as much as we do In with such a long neck as that to SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.

, f -,- of Ed Cuk'UiHit; ::. Unless! atild cvrtltlcuteHball This Sept. 1st, 1WU. ttw carry? And. besides I have beard thatto If Miami Son.,Thur...................... 8 OOaArKey VI'B.v.naMon., Fri ..................11
bo redteiuvd aceordltiK lo luw, Tai their noses while the tradition of their West Sun.Thur.................. 10 00 t'\ Ar Key West Mon, Frl................ 8
_+ Deed. will laoiu thi-non on the, lllb day of art preferred the conventional straight win a race one mUst 'bump' himself[ Lr Key West Sun.lThur 19 3'<> pAr LT Key W<> tTuea Sat ...13A
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November A.U IWU.Wllneaa NOTICE OK. APPLICATION FOR TAX and camel is the Havana. Mon Lri..v I OOa r MIami Tnea., Sat. : : ::. a
for that.
my olilclul signature .and acal Ibid nose. In the same way the kind of Romans my just one

;J + !' the Vtu/ day of Ottuber A. I). lUUi DEED UNDEK SECTIoN: 8 (OF who bad their portraits done on Don't you Dee his bump?" said be as he For copy of Local Tim. Card or other Information address .any'Agent.J. .
+ [DEAL>: ] BAWL D, JORDAN UIIAL'I'lmIt'88: LAWS! OF 'LUU-
+ '10111.; coins and were Just the sort of slid off when the camel moved.
Clerk Circuit Court Volusl..tounl; gems nearly
ID Oea.
r. \ D. RAHNB: Asst. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE PL.
energetic; conquering people who have Jumbo smiled. He knew a thing or
I In heieby nlv.m that Win. lathes .. .
Roman like William .
--
NOTICE ..... noses everywhere. two. Tbe word
.' : ol lax LvitltluiUu No. 4.0 starting was given.
NonCE OF APPLICATION OK TAXKEED ..I.it o.l thedddny of June. A. It 1UOI, bus. tiled. of Orange; and the Duke of Wellington. Down tbe race course hey came at
i UNDEK "''I<:t!'1'IOo.l: 01 CIl.\p-: ulil cvrtlUcatu' III my oltlue, and bus madtppllcaiion -London Review.
+ + + TIlt 4888!:!!;!:!, LAW:: UK Fl.OKllJA. fur tax, lecd, lo issue In accord- Saturday full speed. Mr. Camel was humping Are You Going North or West ?
++ ....".. wills 'law. tutu ufrllnuutv thiollovilnKdiaorlbtcl himself bravely :Mr. Giraffe puffing
' + irlvi that !JanvMutm Vu-
'f hereby n property altuatrd In
NOTICE ul Tax CVrllllculo' '..o.t Ua7, ilty' Florida, tow II; The Letter Came Back. loudly. All the animals cheered. When
+, _. i ul"u HIM ?tb :day ul Junu, A.U. I 18139 I. bi, Had h't.j, \ .j, Sub of nt'4 ol, sell See 36, T 18 South A circumstantial fish story Is tola I by they reached the lAst lap Mr. Camel THE
{ IJ .. aalil nurilUcatu In my olboe, itiul lies ", ,,Ii.. up- U 10 East.The: the London News. Tbe captain of the
+ ... pllualiou lur ti.xuu. tu IHBUU ii ciirduncu Haiti. 'land bilntf assessed at llio date ot? was ahead. Mumbo grinned with joy.
t. s.+............ Said. vvrtincate, vuibriivuti the f..lI lie iBnuaiicw. such lurilnoatu In bu name, steamer Benalder of Lelth on a voyageto "I shall wlu. sure:" be cried. "I knew LOUISVILLE: : NASHVILLE R. i
I: f ,, .owlnll'tfl'ilC<'J"If.IW.. 'r.itU..hd. \01..1.. .. of Vui. Juiuea Jr. UnleBtf .auld. certlncatvHbalt China threw a bundle of old letters .
!4 I ., ouunty tlurlili,i-wil I be redeem. ! ...._ e Ji'I'. Lot I, Bik N, Poi Orange. will inane lUeiDon on lie: lid .II\Y ot November overboard In the Mediterranean. Some Mr. Giraffe stretched out his long neck Mo.lorn Trains
2 : TUB .said. land .being, iianiaoi'd at tbe duufe of \. D. 1IXU.WltnHa. fishermen of LiirijInirPulliniiu SI..rr'ra.: up-to-dnte. Conches, free Kecllnlna Chair
Spanish Agullas. near .
"
RIiultiinilg Cura between k1ltiest
the bauanue of uvu ceitltlat III Ihunameol my ofllclal rltfnHture and seal this stuck out hl long tongue touched the "Southern' O UltU-a. The Dinliiir Car 8ervl. r
I Hi*. 8ua.au Ui-nnttl. Un.iiu sl\l""o..un- Ib.d: day of October A I). 1,KW. Cartagena later caught a large flsb tape first and won tbe race. tno All Sou t it* sell
Annuls tbruugh ti"kc.'In L. & N.
'. .bull be redeemed tu IMW, tnx Seal 1 "fAM'L U. JORDAN
cate utcoraing [ and on opening It found a bundle ofleU..rll "
deed will Issue. thereon on tbe 101 h day ofNovembti Cleik, Circuit Court \oluaiaCouuty, .111. "Jumbo wine! cried the Judge. For rates schedules and uletplnu cur. reservations apply to
., A.D. IWKi.Wltu tDHlde. They took this to the 'Tuln't fair." whined Mumbo. "I J. 11. FLEMING
"va my utuciui signature and wul this mayor, who managed to decipher In ,
o ', ., 8tb day of October, A.l 1U03 In the Circuit Court,Seventh Judicial Circuit, never thought of bis neck. Florida Passenger Agent
II \ t'c'; 'i! \ >", [:Seal] SAM'1. 1>. JOHDAN. In and for Yoluaia County, Florida. In one the name and address of the ftuperIntendent "It Is best to keep your eyes open," C. USTONE. G. P. A., 206 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fl

'iIr..' Ciufk CUcult Court oluala Co.: Fia.r Chunc'urj. of ttu steamship line In London cried the ciowcl. Louiavllle, Ky.

+ ;, .' : Nonie Green Complainant, ) und thus to restore the letters to I think they told tbe trutb. Don'tyouPittubuig h___ .. .. 'h

S ,. "' ., + In Circuit Court Ttb Judicial Circuit of Florida \s. vEdward their owner.
Dispatch.
: :'c, ;":;i. '. In and for Voluala. County In Chuu- Green Defendant. ) I
f h
', by the aulJuUt of the
J "p appearing coin'
: cery. IT I
plutnuut III tbe .above cause. that tbe re.1uvmeof -
; CLARINDA DAMS defendant, Ldwurci Oreeu Is to
? Complainant. 1| illiant" unknown, but la believed to be within CASTOR
\.. > the Lulled: Stutes: that the, delc-iulaiit. E wn.'" 1\" J\"I"al Story For WINCHESTERFACTORY
-. j' ,I I' ',' SAM DAVIS, I Ureen. Is over, the ago ot tweiily-one jtara.and For Infants and Children. Little Fol s
.(' -4/Ii' liefeuditnt. J that. thuiulduu pc-i'son In tbU :State the
':
j ; service of i>UM.esa' on whom would bind the
t ,:: '::.';'-i"'''.- ITappe..ring by the alndavit of the Com- letendiint. The Kind You Have Always Bought LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

+... tile alio\e, L-UUSU, that use resl-lUence It la therefore ordered that. tbe saId. deendunt ,. ___
'".+' 1', .' m4".'.". of tbe delundiint' bum I>UVIH, IB to uhc. (' Edward Green, IH .anti lie la leiiulrt-d The Rabbit's Suggestion "New '1' 1 ,
1. I c.. i.4 iI.. aut unknown but Is belIeved to liu within the to appear to rim liill ot ConipJiiint. herein, on Bears theSignature "/ Rival" Leader "RepeatednF
i-i-; :: .h'" ,'. UnituU Mates; that t..ll. "I'.m.Il\lIlll..I.. !! or bclore tbe tint .MoudH) In .'.ember, A. Ll.IMv'l of -
+ z' -+ la oVer tbe age 01 twenty-one yours, uml thai, .buluir the second da>' of Hiilil month, otbeiwlse ,
.' th"I'e J..o p".UI1II1 tlua state t lilt turtleoutprocean the mild 1111 will uu t..keO"8 confesaudjy I''
i' ;.f, 1;:.:.'. .r.-J.._. '... on wtioin would. bind mtld defendant.ll the .said defendant, .and the complainant "Is that tbe same hat you wore I you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -
2 .. .
P 'J" .. la. thereupon01 "..,rt that. said delendant will have leave to proceed ex pnrte .as auralnsthim. -
I o\\ .. Sam Id, be .ami be la Easter?" asked Mr. Rabbit of Miss ,
1 I" 'fr-s)!, ", Uav required to appear tot. | I the kind that shoots where
+t '(,.,' .t.u'v. tile Kill loinpliiuu herein on or lielure tbefirst It la I urther ordered that this order be pub- who to attend the you
It's For You Hippo, was going
.
.:.: .1' ., Monday In 'Aovemuei, A. O. Itul; being lillb"d i for four couacuutUe weeks In the liebind -
.- t.;. i5'-'i '. .1" the .B..uond day of said month otherwise the Weekly News a newspaper published at theater with him. I point your gun, buy Winchester Factory
I. AI:: Bald bill will he tukon an eont'oused.. by bald defendant '
He Land in snld county of V oluaiu and state or
'+ t : f:." )' and complainant. will live leave I lorlda. "Yes" answered Miss Hippo; "this Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with .
j, ;' J I, to proceed ex-parte, .ua uvtilnat bun.c Witness my band and seal of said court at is the same hat and isn't it beautiful?"
+ It IN further ordered that thin order be published the court houDo. In De-Land, Volusla County, Black powder "Leaderli and "Repeater loaded
I &** "' fur four uiwucutl\e weeks, III rim tie- Florida.. this. let day ol October, A 1>. )I'W.tlA'I'L "It Is. indeed" replied! Mr. Rabbit. ; ,
15et7:' : Land Weekly Neiva. .a iuewupuperpubllulied in U JOItDAN.llerk ,
+ ', *wfW .saId County of olutiia .and eLate of r'loritla.WitneiM Circuit Court "But don't you think that it would be with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester

I .' the Court) lilY House bum in LieLund.and seal of Volusla wild l l'ourt..t County, I far prettier If you bad a little rabbit Factory Loaded Shells, ..and accept no others.

,. +'"+ Florida, tbia :*Itb da) of beptember A. U. 1WOJ. JOT'OB OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I
.
.c \ :j' [Seal. ] SAM Clerk L U. Circuit JUUUAM Court. DEED UMJKR: SKUTIUN !8:! Or F : ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

. ; 7 + By UUN; .Ftsu D. C. (\PTER 4S88!:! LAWS OF FLOR

,'. IDA.VOT1CE. .-
r .1
la hereby given but Lit Cody ui ,
: I
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of Tax Certificate: No. MO -- -- --'-'-' -- ---------
Georgia Southern latvd the :au day ol June All., ItHil bun
< tiled. .said cci'tine-ate In my olBce, and baa : ... --I' '. -
made application>> lor tax deed. tu Issue lu aucordaueo I I )iti rA: 1) It!j
.:.r with law Said ceitlHcate embiacea, II
:>i." lIst* following ileHcilbed. property situated, In :I ? :
r VolUHla county, Florida, to-wit: ATLANTIC ICOAS4c\
Florida The Great Health Drink!
< Railway All Ulk 77, Lake Helen. i -= .
I 4 AND The said. land being. assessed at the date of I = : .
., rile iHHuttnoe .HucUyceitittcale. tu tbe name. \ol ue4 ceo .
of Hr Win Luiiiri Unluaa, .said eerlldoate I
4'
.
; ,/ 4'Cuwaisee River Itonte." shall be redeemed, according. to 'law tax, deed Dispensed at all Sodi Fountains Sc ix'cLc1 .t la:
'
Lt will issue tht-roou on the 1111 tb day of November ,
+ A. D. 1U03\( c.' 0
+:- 8.-bo4ulin Effect Juno 28, 11103.i WitnesS. my olnclal sIgnature. .and seal this MRTTO Syrup Is
t..ldtb day ot October, A. D. IduaSeai put up
( "> SAMUEL D. JORDAN, for mixing with Ice waterIn The Great Through Car Line7C01U1MECTH
pixie Fltr. Quickstep Clerk Circuit Court Voluala
F !L '. J' L. LvPalalka..... ....... .... t 10 pm IIlf.am of County, Flu. the Summer tlme' and
+ LvJaekaOuiVliie........ 11\0 l \ puiiAr '7 4$ 11m'f -.-----. r '
1i9L Vsidosta.. ............11 O5 pSil 11 00 nun with hot water in the Winter i'r Na
u- Yt.1 :ArTirton...:.:...........:1:1: JW mAr U Spm The teat time.
u' + Corduln ................ I 44 t am I 44 pm Specially adapt.
+ : + Ar Maeon.............. .. 8 ,) Sot 4 10 pm Lily-Well did you see bel" Is It ed to family use, either as OVER ITS OWN RA asbing
.
+ + + O. ofQA.ArAtlauta ... -
+ true? Is due really engaged to him or
+ ,.. .. a beverage or table drink, EAST W
+JW .. .. 720am T 45 pus Idle ? THe ton, Richmond,
.7 + / N.O.&ST.L. Is It only rumor a.'J'J
e+ e+ ', + Ar Chattanooga... .....t. 1 00 pm 1 00 ama Nellie-There Isn't a' word of trutb takingthe place of tea, +".I' Pennsylvania
1 ArNashvllle ..... .'. ..... d 5ft pm Warn coffee etc .. VIA ALL-RAIL a. + -
+++ +t t. ILL..CCNT.R.tt. In It. I bnd a long talk wltb ber and
'. A' St. Loula ..... .., .7 OH sic T 24 pin told her of the men wbo are just wild Tin LouIsville and Ns,, :-j
rI- Ar .........,..1006amjjt "18 THAT TUB SA1IB BAT YOC WOBB KAS-- TOTH .WEST
L.dJ.Lt.R. and she' never said word Prices for
'. + about me a Syrup : } Pint, TEll?" The Mdblle anil Oh ;
: : ... .. .. .. .tt 80 am l'lllhm .
LouisvIlle about blm.-Brooklyn Life. 25c. 1 75. .5
Quart Gallon
_____ I : '?4 ..Cincinnati... .. ..' 1 :20: ain 4 116 pm } Steamsh -:
sad
bat Instead of that
on ViiySsvannah
O. B. I. K. B. 1.35. 1 Gallon $2.60. your feathery +
r 'i, '-' If.I'Cble."o. ................ e IS ain M.... old bird? Rabbits are ao much mora Phlls4elphi \

'i j+: + "+."+. \ Solid trains from Jacksonville to Macon. "Come dear, kiss my cbeeK and makeup. Directions : Two tablespoonfuls b&autlfultbaD, birds, ;you know." ron-HE EAST Via NorfoikS ete. :'
.1 used to a glass of
,+5' '. Train. from Pulalka connect at Valdostu "
+ ,. .. Df 'with train .olnf north from Jacksonville.Local she said forgivingly. water. Cotsless than 2c. "Do ;you really think so?" asked b/rnAr ".1' ,
_i '1 sleepers on Dixie .'.)'''-r train for "I'll kiss It," be answered "but I ", a Klalls.Tropical Miss Hippo. VIA STEAMSHIP Via 13,000 miles of ani
+ ,: Maoon. remalnlnii. In depot until 80 a. m.-' don't think It wants any more making torftjf are on sale by the p :
% :... + Pullman Buffet BleepInK Cara from Jack- "Oh, my, yes I" answered Mr. Bab ,
"', '. ..' to St. Ixml via above route without To
aonvllle
MaanractunnCompauy Key VV'est'c New
-j York
|[[ via Atlan
V ;t" ><; obangra of oars on Dixie Flyer train al oPullmans opt"V bit."And ,
". them '
t' flne.tsleepera on same train to wish -AND- / Railway c
do you to bare rab-
+ + I ..;.' )0 Cblcaato without obaoa. *. There are no elevators running up JiCKSOSYILLE! FLORlDi."W. me a My to Agents Atlantic CosW. .
'!''t ,<'. For aobedulea aioil utber InformijUoa, ..44. and down the ladder of fame. >: bit on my bat Instead of the bird?" HAVANA

( 1 ....., DIstrtCtPUsASt.J.H.ltAf'tgt4Y 551! W. Uay lit.a "Oh. my. yes!" Al. D. BTARII

r" ': Or. Jocktonvllle, fla.O. Herd your troubles: don't let'tbem Sold bv G..W.B. FUDGE FISHER!?, "I'll do anything to please you," said -DLL i Tray Pass.agents. .Ageht,
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The news leaked out on Monday round-trip tickets! to Jacksonville, on r-.0
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: THEKE A SNAP IN DE LAND. ; that, about five weeks ago, Roy L. account of carnival week for one fare A1HE: question! of economy on tbe

i Davis and Miss Lily Swift, the daughter plus 25 cents. Military companiesand Economy i ice bill Is one that xpprala for'I''I'

i of Mrs. Clara P. Swift, had been bands in uniform will be given! a JL clbly well to as ever.v to butchers housekeeper, ,

quietly married In Jacksonville Mrs. rate of 1 cent per mile each way. in the cafes, druggists/ restaurants\ and, in i

1 BeautifuPictures 1 [ r; : :: f Davis left the first of the week for Call on Marsh Bros. for the Best 2r fact, to every one business.who consumes Numerous Ice

Birmingham, who is, In Ala.business, to join there her husband Florida Meats. use of resulted in tests his and home In careful the or discovery experimenting of the SA.V1H have ;; '

The sidewalks on the west side of r
.- Miss Swift and Mr. Davis were engaged ICE: FAD, which, when placed In your '.
o and were to have been married the Boulevard, north of THE NEWS Ice box or the ice chamber of your refrigerator ..d ,

.' o Just as you might expect, ) this fall. Miss Swift went to Jack ottlce, are in very bad condition, and / will reduce the consumption -
of Ice 15 to 33* cent. The ,
hold water in wet weather. They per '}
you can get them if g sonvllle oil a purchasing expeditionthe should be attended to at )',\)) Is an ingenious little dlvice, the
i you latter of and once. t
F part September V simplicity of which is one of its /greatest
.....'" (0 there met Mr.' Davis, who was on bill There are now 25 prisoners confinedin -ICE I recommendations. All you do Is

: ( Come at Once.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo way from DeLand to Birmingham/ to the county jail; 23 are serving out chamber to place It with on the the ice bottom resting of !your upon ice it

engaga in business. They decided sentences and 2 awahlnR'trlal. The and I'VUL no THE ItEST.
that I it was really too bad to make 1 It county road /gang Is at present working

necessary.for Mr. Davis to come backto / on the Boulevard, North of the i

MCELROY'S. DeLand fox his bride, so they secured city limits, plnestrawlng/ the road and Bigelow's Hardware Store. I )

a the license and went to Rev. W. chopping down weeds. The work is

M. Hoage, who quietly married themin being/ well done. '

the presence of a few irlends. Mrs. Stove and fireplace 'oul1-0rders d O-J.OoJ.OoJ-O.I io+I Ooo! (>:.o-IO I O I O fOdOd! Oof titil fi Ffti!..OVi J

Davis telegraphed her mother, and left at Ryland & Sparkman's or the :
+ 4 5' Tax Collector H. F. Douglass of Day- both wrote their intimate friend White Front Grocery will receive rMftS'S! !! !'\!,\.ftSi'M.V.ftU'mFANCY\ !! !! '! ;! ;!\ \ i l

Local and g I tona was In DeLand on business Mon. away from 'home. Mr. Davis then prompt} attention. Emery BaldVln.Tbere' rj f }l

day and Tuesday. Besides being tax went to Birmingham and Miss Lily
in DeLand. It will
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thriving) be found mentioned in McElroy's ad rE ,
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business, and cares for property owned a ui' tery, and not even her most in. this week. _______ /,v '
Bouchelle arrived from North
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Carolina by non-residents.* lie is one of the tlm;?e friends in DeLand knew of the Trespass, notices-printed on cloth- { ;!
( b Tuesday evening on a visitto .l
tlaR'e until this week. for sale at this office
most popular and best known Republicans mar
her relatives in DeLand.
in Volusla county. Mr. Davis Is the son of Jefferson [ Kennedy
r Mrs. Allie Wilson, who spent the Davis, whose family located In De Professor Baldwin and Roy Hamlin 4 I Cheese
V The friends! of Miss Mary Little will were around the first of tbe week In
past two years in Massachusetts returned Land this fall. lie has been a resi- << .. t) )
/greatly regret to learn that she la ..erlouUy the interest of a lyceum course!: to be :I ft&MftrT.tt'r
to DeLand: on Tuesday ( dent of DeLand for three years, attending (
sick at Pell-Clark Hall, the conducted this year under the auspices t4 i ..
John B. Stetson University.
. Miss Elenor Hulchinaon: returned on Episcopal school for young/ ladles at : of the Athletic Association", i
Miss Lily Is the daughter of Mrs. |
Tuesday from Orlando, where sit- ;#asattendInT Orlando. Her father, Rector Henry Clara p Swift, and has The officers of the association are vt'
spent nearly
fc + q Pell clarke Cl3jT Ji W. Little, went down yesterday to be considering/ the propositions of the I Among/ :
,; alt her
life in DeLand. She is a most i.J i Wllbcrt IMmiilviI
School. l Ar'EleQIA'turned h&iie wit lovable little lady, and has hundredsof 3'f I; I'. S. (.' [ '
on account *" I a speedy recovery.-Ocala Banner, and the Dixie Lyceum Bureau of Jasper j
oickneer
.J ._ friends here, all of whom will join ;
10th. Fla. There will be four entertainments t ; :

Mrs. John A. Bradley, who spent InVest Palm Beach last week C. THE NEWS in extending congratulations. : given, all of ilrst-clabs tal I \Ve have /
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;' the past two or three months with : Call! mid .
A. Hodges and Ralph Tiffany, for- ent. The price of admission to the 't !see! us.e
relatives in 1 is home
Georgia expected
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; been $1.60 those
I' merly of DeLand, were Baptised and four has net at to
!l. today. became members of the Miss Noble Bird was married on who take tickets in advance, or 60 .-,' .
Baptist '/xft&Mftrt i i "?,Hrttf>T.tv6i.< \ : /
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F. C. Fargo/! wife aud daughter arrived church at that place. Sunday at the home of her parents in cents for each entertainment.Miss -- -- .-- ----- ---- $
., in DeLand Saturday from Indianapolis West DeLand to J. H. Nolen of Lltho-
Tue, registration at the Dc Landl.ublc Charged With Burning Woods. I
a The Ministerial Association of De- Josie Llndley returned home
and Melrode. nla Ga. Rev. J. E. buckler
>" registered at performing ...--
ffi Mr. Fargo/ who is superintendent of: Land resumes Monday morning sessions the ceremony. Mr.: Nolen, who is thelrst/ of the week from England, ,! school now tiuinburs: which Eugene Knight, a white man living J?
is Hi ahead of the time last
.l 1::: the American Express Company, returned next Monday at 10:00: a. m. at I a carpenter, is employed on the College where she spent the summer elght- just j same near Haw Creek, was arrested on :

to his duties the first of the the usual place. Election of officers I Arms addition. eetng.MlssJ.. year.Brill Monday by Deputy Sheriff Edwards on

week. Mrs. and Miss Fargo will for the ensuing year will be taken up Lucena Spalding, teacherof has just received a bran new a warrant charging him with setting

,, fit"S spend the winter In DeLand, going to and it is important for all members The Epworth League of the First JJ. vocal and piano, may be consultedat lot of choice Candies. fire to the woods, and was brought to

the College Arms just as soon as it to attend. E. church will five a reception on her residence, 111 Michigan avenue -- DeLand for preliminary trial. The

5.f opens. Mr. Fargo will visit them at C. A. Pickard and family expect to Tuesday evening to members and rudiments, East. of Classes singing, for and children piano in play-the Work is being;! pushed on the College I charge was brought by Dan George

.1 different times during/ the season. I move to Jacksonville next week or friends of the congregation./ Come Ing a specialty. Arms hotel. There it! still a lot and Bill Clifton. Knight/ who owns a

.-,I' the week following. Mr. Pickard, who and enjoy a pleasant evening. A mu- of work to do before the hotel Is few acres of land and several thousand i

.. .J. Rev. J. S. Axtell of the Presbyte has had charge of the St. Elmo bakeryfor sical and literary program will be Mr. Johnson of tbe South Florida ready for ociMipancv Two shifts are head of sheep, is charged with

rian church Is to preach next Sunday several years, will go into the rendered.At Machine Works Orlando has been in now being worked, and those charge burning off the land to make pasturage

''fl' evening at the M. E. church, South. grocery business with a brother In I town several days putting/ the tire are exerting every effort to finish the : for his! sheep. This the cattle

: : A cordial invitation is extended to all Jacksonville. Mr. Fudger is now ad- the First M. E. church, next Sunday escapes for the College Arms hotel. hotel in time for an early opening.We owners object to this early In the sea

4 to attend and and hear him. vertising for another baker. the pastor will preach at 10 a. m. i Us son was the guest of Cyril Hap. understand 'that !Mr. Somers desires son. It Is not stated who owns the y

I,, on "The Greater Fault," and at 7:30: ersett for several days ", to open the hotel about the first land claimed to have been burned.

., N St. Barnabae Episcopal church, Sun About ISM(; persons gathered at the p. m. on "Following/ a Vision." Sun of December. Knight gave bond for 8100 for appearance
; day, October 25-10:00: a. m., children' school at 10 Editor Johnston his family at
\ home of Mrs. W. G. Eccles on the day a. m.; Epworth : joins before the next term of court.
't'-\ service; 10:15: Sunday school;; 11:00: Boulevard Friday evening to attend League/ G:45.: :; A cordial Invitation to Ashevlllf, N. C. this:: week. Mr. John- edition.Flinch Cards at Brill's. New gift .

'.'$7 1 a. m., choral service, with sermon; the reception !given by the YounPeopll's attend these services Is extended to(, ''ton will spend some little lime there "'
8:00: p. "TJ., evening service, with ad! Union of the Baptist churchIn all. ." I and bring his family home with him. I Brief History of Adelia C. Joy -
t dress. All welcome. Marsh Bros have 100 acres in velvet
;;f cordially I
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compliment to the students of the The following Is taken nom the
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on they are now feeding
:]>" About ten couples attended the University. A most pleasant evening! 0.-0.-0..0..0..0..0--0.-0--0--0..0-o..o o-O.o.o.-G..o'.O.0.O."O.O'OXaCOG fine droves of beef cattle. All the I Davenport (() Democrat of October

rkJ f. dance given at the Putnam Friday was passed In playing games, In con beef offered for sale in their market 15:
versatlon, disposing of the nice refreshments :: A not I night, under the management of NEgL 4t Is fed on velvet beans, cowpeas, etc., Adelia C.: Joy, Sunday, October 11.
.1' l M Messrs. O. C. McElroy and J. Hall and voting \Mrs. Eccles a $ THAT IS I CALLED c) I and properly, fattened before being She was horn February 29! 1844, at
? the moat. charming hostess. j N butchered. The meat \i\ then in the Rev.
l.qjt; ; Brumsey. All report a most pleasant OooS'A: put Kennebunk, Me., daughter
: BIRD.
cold and seasoned before Her
j{' f '" evening. It la. to be hoped that these Mrs. Dr. Fibber visiting cousins in 0JC ting.storage This/ accounts for the excellent cut Immediate Aroariah andLouUaDwelleyJoy.relatives are a sister, Mrs. I

\ .W' little affairs will be given frequently Brooklyn, N. Y. I i In sweetness: and tenderness our grade! of meat offered for sale at this [Ingle Barker, and a brother, Win. A.
during the winter season market. of Frankfort, Mich. The funeral ,
t; Mrs. F. L. Moffatt has rented the : > Joy
,. u,} I'i \ -- services will be held at the residenceof
,'i/ Rev. Chas H. Fulwood, D.D., will Waverley hotel from Mrs. Mary L. closely resembles chick A meeting& of. the IVLind PublicS Mrs Barker 218 East Tenth street,
: Drake and will the house young Wednesday afternoon, at 130; p. m.
.1 e here October 31 and November' 1 to open shortly en. Uut it has that tine, nutty C ho.'l Improvement Association will Services private. +,
i's,. bold the last quarterly conference of be held at the school house next Tuesday in Ohio at 1
Misses Erma and Amy Mann left / flavor no noticeable In the flesh Miss:: Joy was educated
the year at the M. E. church, South. the last of the week-for New York = 1 of corn-fed pigs!:! It Is good afternoon at .( o.c 10t-k. This association 1 the Granville seminary. For 25 years
The business session is to be on the : a* its name indicates, Is she was associate principal at Mt.
where will time broiled and
City, they spend some roasted or brings Ladies
'I I Carroll 111. In the Young seminary
of October 31. trying to Improve the school, Its ,
evening/ Preaching by as the guests of their uncle, Col. W. fortV expressions of pleasure established and conducted by
-;. .t ',0 Dr. Fulwood on Sunday. This will i I d' Alton Mann, editor of Town Topic- from those who partake of it. grounds and conveniences. The olll- Mrs. F. AV.. Shlmer. For the past \'

- complete his fourth year on the Jacky I cers are: President, Mrs. G. A. Dreka; six years she ha been a resident of (

,"i<"' \ 'sonvllle District Conference. His Mr.Marven of Palatka has accepted MARKET \Ice-president, Prof. A. O. Bolts; secretary DeLand, )Fla., tilling a daughter's .'.l
friends will him the position of cashier in Dreka'a department THE Mrs. J. ICoen.:: All in the home of Mrs. Shlmer.
.\1\ regret/ to give up.l C patrons lour Davenport
I months she came to
I store vice Miss Ned Stack- I ONTHE ago
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/ E. L. :McBride: and friends are urged to attend the in enfeebled health, beyond the
Attorney James E. Alexander-at house Miss Stackhouse is .
resigned. I JlsulIgpr. CORNER meeting next Tuesday. help of loving/ hearts and hands. Her
: \ tended the political rally at Fort soon to accept the honorary positionof I memory will be cherished by hosts of

l ,IF Pierce, Brevard county, on Tuesday, assistant general superintendent in .'O.O.-o.OoO.O.O..o.-ooO.O.O.O. sorrowing friends, whose tributes testify -
Oo-a-o..o.O..o..o..o.O.-o..o..o. MOTHERS
and addressed the assembled multi a smaller establishment. to her rare executive ability, her
I \Vlio would keep their children in high culture, her unswerving truthfulness
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/ Fish visited the her devotion to duty and herselfdenying -
Superintendent pub. health .shouldatcli for the first
and DeLand has been with flaming good
The Presbyterian church Invitee posted to those she specially
I Mrs: and Mrs. C. J. Anderson come lic schools at Brooks, Flowers, filers[ symptom of worms. and 1 remove them loyalty
. t welcomes all to its services. The announcements of Jacklonvlllt"scarnival cherished.
I{ ..... if up from Jacksonville the first of the Lake, Clifton and Spring Garden on Sunday school meets.at 10 and will week Everybody and his with White's Cream Vermifuge. It is -- ---- i

.. .f' ../ week. Mrs. Anderson is{visiting/ her Monday and Tuesday. On WednesdayMr. study "The Psalm of Blessings" next brother will go: to Jacksonville to see I the children's best tonic. It gets digestion The family of H. B. Stevens, who

j.'. \0 ,. : parents, Mr. and Mrs: H.'vB.! Austin, Fish left for New Smyrna, Hawks Sunday. The theme of the sermon at the sights-but most of the /gentlemen at work so that their food does spent the summer In Ohio, returned

?, .J! .' ,' while Charlie has returned to his du- Park and Osteen, to make official 11 a. m. will be, "Teachings from the will to for a high time, leavingthe them good and they grow lip healthyand home the first of the week. Mr. Stevens I
ties on the A. C. Line. Charlie is now visits. He reports all the schools as lady members of the family at went to Ohio for them. .J f
druggists
,,, Trees. home. I strong .*5c at all 10
: .... \\ Conductor of the new througiTfrelght, J flourishing, and the enrollment good.
deal In the Best Florida -
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about of horses
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.. i V t,0 l\\9 0d.. 4 and mules. The stock came in Wed. blaring/ were among the home-comers STORE NEWS ? go
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'1>- .J:: : nesday morning.! Some of the stock on Wednesday. Mr. Carson spent the o
i North and is as fine as ever brought here.
any -
nd Mrs.'e summer In the East a d Mrs. Maringin o 0 -
Wllloughby, o
v O. O. Fanning/ is in town again. He the West.
y e sum DeLand the last of G A.ii:: _;:A. cCO. g
has returned from a book-deliv
a, old Il just Mrs. J. H. Krus, who was very ill 1o j _ _ _ ________ \ .,
ering tour of Alachua county. ---- -- -
l ne retArDed from the first of the wk; was taken by 1 Our stock la better than ever, o ,
1 "' ...' ner : Stationery Mr.. Kruse down to St. Luke's hospitalIn that glitte?* .is not gold" 5 Remnants Fancy Silk; one-half and we shall make every effort to I o
School Brill's.
:. -'t_ of the week. : price; 1 to 15 yard o
o ALL ly means that "things < make from time to time.
4.1 :::'i .3' ) Jacksonville for an operation. 1 pair Muslin Kutiled Curtains, progress o
o in Extra Vest, o
------ not what Pretty patterns
News was received last night to the o always they < {trice 2.00; now, l.B.l.:l. o
will hurt 98c
and the not J
price ,
/F o and times Muslin\ Rallied/ Curtains, o
: seem, 1 pair
effect that the operation had been o many yon $1.60, $2.00 each. SilK Underwear o '. .
successfully performed.... Mrs. Kruse o' bave found things not as repre price $1.:>0; now No.In3crL 1224. price for young men in blue and white, o :!II.

p M will be confined In tbe hospital for a o o sented. experience and observation pair$. .IJO Nottingham; tor $1.48., soft and nice, $1.00: the garment.! ; o o ;.i';

s p rk ji ,, month or longer.Mr. t1l o o have taught us that it iso H 'pair Nottingham/ No.4!, price and(Extra light-weight good values Underwear in Balbriggan from 0 o ..
business policy to be Fair and 4U.GO; for 75:; pair. / o :
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4L ri ;., eI and Mrs. A. D.. M-T\lde are e o o Square in every tracnaction. Too 1 turtaln only, No. 150J, price $2.00j; 25c Seam to $1:50 Drawers: the, garment.!50c. \Men's Elastic Ties! o o 4.

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pected down from Rot'ester today. be reliable is an enviable reputa lv: pair Curtains. No. 1242, price and Collars, a hundred or more 0 o d
o tion. We make no misrepresentations patterns, 25 and 50c. Men's Half o
Miss Amelia Lawrence is expected $225; for 148..
o Hose Shirts, Hats, Shoes, Gloves,
o
from -at least it is never oux- It pair Curtains No. W22, price
down Evansville, Ind., to occupy o etc., in fact our Men's Department 0
o *2.60 for $1.88 pair.
intention to do so-and if ; o
home yon is in fine and we cordially
her on Michigan/ avenue. o Curtain only, No. 1413, price$2.00; shape, o
IY o are dissatisfied we make gooa} invite you to call. No one o
; Mr. Strlngfellow of Gainesville, a o claim. We offer: this) for B8c. will Importune you to buy. You 0
$2.50
o every 1 Curtain only, No. 13, price ; o
ter s of J. E. Alexander entered will be apt to meet your 's
} to to nephew o week unusual bargains in oddsf for 75c. very o
v o friends here as nearly everybody ir.
y Stetson'Unlverelty this week.: o and end: / 1 pair Irish Point, price $4 00; now /goes to Dreka's., If you live out of o o .'.
o $2.08
The Cranford Club: was entertainedat o Remnants Black Dress Goods; <}ne'; 1 pair Curtains, No. 1001, price town, write samples. Our Mail o o .
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? t sl' the home of Mrs. W. S. Taylor o o half price; 1 to 5 yards. / $1.25; for 7 c.You'll Order Department has prompt and o 0
Remnants Fancy Dress GoodJ one- follow careful attention. Remember, We
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\ 1 end 'fhs Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rosa cap- o half price; 1 to fi yard this sorry bargain you sale. Buy Back Anything We Sell. o o n

;4 e 1 le '' tured the first prize. Mrs. W.A. Allen o 0 up o

2'mnAel.p, will Fntertaln the club at Its next

Q' ib lrlo at a s1 meeting graciously, when permitted the gentlemen to .compete will for be 00o 0 G. -Z}{. D R. E KA &: O p.i

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\ Helen, October 21.i-Mrs. Miles I '1.. : Jt(k l 'chairstaUes and woodwork if ,
is well for Wm. John- topd
i ;i:. returned from her western trip last driving a : : Ia i t

Saturday evening_ son at his home in town.. '"booctiand''mither- ;. : the house looking bright and new, ,

,MI. ,.Corlnne Pelton was ,mrlven avery Orange City, Octo -.--Mayor* I* J, A. Tedder received a letter from theCrowniiiK: I ." I 'F IB- TOW USD s 'r" '. '

pleasant surprise party last H. Roberts shipped !pftut t; eO boxes of Crows Bluff '''informing him that Mr. u E' II" di I i'

:Tuesday evening- by some of. her oranges and grapefruit I li nt 'Week- lie Crow Is still In the house with malarial .J Joy mother';,of' THE ImATH & MIWGANI,

friends; to celebrate her birthday.,, thinks fruit is fully twoyeeltg earlier fever and that four of thetr childrenare hood is j VARNISH'STAIN"4"
,,t_ Games of all kinds were in order, after this year than last also. ill of the same disease.; I toaibtvetre.ithy l -i, .MiI'' =!'!J .Ii :'

'which dainty refreshments were Mrs. Martin of East f> Orange< City Grandma Tedder Is visiting her son, bildren. Ytrabbes with' applicat oi', > .!i1fl: .
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Ala.> for" six J. H. Teddar, The 'old lacy: has numerous But there Stains :
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served by Mre. Pelton. has been *) can be no *Oj in'motherhood, without. i .. "' ; .I-

Miss'Thrall weeks, where she way Calied to attendher friends in this county health, and without health Cor th: mother]) / .. .: ,-1r

occupy : daughter who *#a Very |III with Mrs. A. Prevatt gave an old-time there can be no health for the child.. ii ANY om IT"Q CAN ; ... ;

r'N: a long1. 'We shall be very glad to'have typhoid fever. She i ig >bener pOw and quilting party last week: The ladles $500' =-r-.I, I APPLY .

Miss. ,Thrall wlth.'ua: again, and trust Mrs. Martin will\ return Dome. this' met in the forenoon'and worked on o ,. '

't It our climate will bring health and com- week the quilt till noon, then they partookof WHO CANNOT BB CURED. = 'Q)

her a generous old fashioned dinner, : ..:...., 'IIt
'd tifort., ; Mrs. S. C. Fuller returned) from Backed up by over a third of a century: < atAlltllAtr't :J'

,r 'A new meat market will soon be visit at DeLand Satu\-J ay' ml left for afterwards sewed and talked during' of remarkable end uniform curea, a record .MADSOVLTBTBeatiSMOlljaa ,0:'
ha a the afternoon, till it was time to, /go such aa no other remedy for the diseases 't y?woN+
ntti a t& opened in Lake Helen by Paul Long. Smyrna Sunday evening to snake and weaknesses peculiar to women ever 1 '' i "'p, ?M c .0
with her children< and friends to their several homes to prepare tea the and maker of Dr. '!)r
: All kinds of meat and flab will be sold visit tattained proprietors '/' ....
for their husbands, etc., who had Pierce' Favorite Prescription now feel y Fc HfcCo.CHT.OA.GOt. Io': I '; .?
at the market there. 'T :
at reasonable
very fully warranted in offering: to pay $goo in } .
dinner time.
missed them at
,1 i k' "price.. Ben Thursby 'and Willie' Wheldonare legal! igoney of,the United States, for any iY: {l"t, : ';:7 of. ,
Mra. Brohm received a car of .coal oCLeucorrhea,Female Weakness, Pr" .... '
painting the Bola batting it in cone 11. 4'.
Merton Weaver is painting Mr. ; '1,.
for use In the hotel this winter. lapsus, or Falling of Womb which' theV'i. '. ... ..
l t Todd's cottage shape for winter visitors. cannot cure, All they ask I is a fair and'' Jj .. ,,:t -

d" Miss Marjory Mace invited some of The hotel here.is in vlrj '!' along/ very Every one around here la busy get reasonable trial of their means of cure. .J .I ':....:... ... .
"" iJk ting their winter /gardens ready. WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 'IJ -.1\\\; r.,"!",.;''' r ... (. I
the want ot fIle" to work on .
for .
her friends in to help her celebrate slowly Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. .. ( :,p. '
; ;r .
I _,J. .. ...'. .'' .
Died, Sunday morning about 2. .. '>j; : .
her it. Mrs. W. J.Kldder of Hill Dale Farm (Eno.burgCenterf > '<' '' If-
'fan birthday last evening. ,, ( ; '
,'j t; Friday WnJ. Laws left I / for; ganford Clarence Sparkman, oldest son of Mr. : )). Bnosburv.Vt.: ,writes i During the _" ). "oJ. ...,,I',7.."I,".'." :'If' _. .;;.;.- ..!', .f'.':
' Mrs. .
'i- After music and games. were over, past year I found myself expecting maternity, cq'_ .f'' .
. :delirious) Ice cream and cake w'ere Monday for a visit MI' Laws is and .Mrs. F. O. Sparkman. He was 20 and in rapidly falling health. I suffered dreadfully .. .', ... .' ".
from
\ bloating and urinary dlfll ulty. I l' ..
I L served by Mrs. Mace and Miss Melza boarding with Mrs. St. Joie "plle his years of age and has been ill ever iras growing perceptibly;:: weaker each day and :
suffered much sharp pain at times. I felt that "
since his return from Eau Gallic -
4:;. 'T Richards. wife Is away. something must be done. Took twelve bottles : '

f ''? Mrs. Mahon is.having the hotel lawnarranged Mrs. John Thursby pf glue Springleft '! where he was in the employ of the F. of followed Dr. Pierce'your Instructions.Favorite Preticription I began to, and improve also The Racket Stores\ 1}

.in fine style by an expert Sunday evening for Enterprise to E. C. Ry. He had grip there and never Immediately: my 'health became excellent, and < }
r Clarence favorite could do al) ray own work. I had a abort,easy
visit her Mr. end r life: Thayer recovered. was a .. -
fI' : { gardener.We parents :; mnfinemenlandhaveahealthy baby boy. '
/ with all who knew him and a young Pierce's Common Medical J. A. : ..;Pioprletokji ',
. : have been wondering if friend for two weeka. Dr. Sense EG.IGKSOXVT. -- : ,: ..
man of great promise, and who will Adviser is lent free. on receipt of al one-, ,.
I, I Ward Gould will ever repent of the Miss Cady seems to VP1 down< all the missed. The funeral lent stamps for the paper covered book, or DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWEL.. '

\ ,++1 matches he made while hanging the time.. Mrs. Morse ha% a nfrse for her be greatly wasa 31 .stamps for the cloth bound. AddressDr. RY MUSIC ETO.IAgeDt .
VMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
tbeLand very large one. The sermon was R. V.' Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. \ ,
boarder.( ) now, a Mrs Vascr of :

v Miss Is with News comes that Mb, and Mrs. Will preached by Rev. Pattillo. C. M. bribe SINGER the best Machine in the world.. All kinds ol' l
Swerdfeger t
us once
for Tylander are the happy parents of a. Blngharn, Jr., was funeral director. Sewing Machines repaired nod parts furnished. .
the
more winter: We trust the .
Mrs. Fox returned from '
Capt. New in Order to create in' the
a Vacancy
1 has some sweet songs for us; we enjoyed little daughter( borr' October 19th- York Tuesday, where she has been club. Best and cheapest HARNESS in the city. Harness. repaired promptly

i p" her singing so much last year.. Mother and child are q0ti)'. well- spending the summer. The onion Is the favorite flower of IIiir A 'BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR' SHOP IN.' CONNECTION.,g ..
f ..''r.n Mrs. Taylor and dajjghtftr!! Carrie,
the organization. The motto is, "In -
D4rto,, of Clinton, N. Y., raise Wednesday.They I HEW' SMrRHA. onion there is strength. The officers .

f Item from the'Gazette-News. will be guests ot the 13010 this are as follows::
Items from the Breeze. .1"' "I'
J. winter. Chief odor, Louis St. Elmo Ohio; LAW, DEPARTMENT
D. Shafer arrived from New York ..
last Saturday for the winter, This Mrs Edwin Spencer and daughter, The Knights of Pythias purchaseda sliced onion, Edwin Hadley Smith, OF-: ':' -
!1et< Ohio the handsome organ for their lodge New York: collector of tears Miss
will make his fifth winter spent in Mrs. Leo. Morrison, on '
been visiting room last week.L. Maisie McLouehlln, Illinois; gatherer JOHN B. STETSOH UNIVERSITY J :
I Daytona. Mr. Shafer Is a true follower 30tb, where they have
E. Wilson returned Sunday from of scents Miss A. Eunice Frees Illinois ,
of Sir Izaak Walton, and thinks for the past three months. They will -
Highlands N. C. where he the ; official editor. Miss J. Irene Maloney '
/ spent
eif 1 that there is no place like Daytona reach home Thursday ev i ''nr. Illinois executive board' scullion OE LAND.. FLORIDA. _
;
summer for the benefit of his health.J. .
a for fishing1. He has beat his record Mr. Chandler of Lake l1eletl l was in Albert Olllesple Indiana; fertilizer -
lrte&s. Ward and family, of Cory, Ind., JOHN, F. FORBES, Ph. D. ALBERT J. FAURAII, LL.:B.,
47 : for town Wednesday on tn I Alderman North
half-day fishingThursday forenoon George A. Carolina President.' Dean. '

' p be caught twenty-four fish, as We are.havlnp beautiful\ ; 1 tall weather arrived here last week and are locatedIn ; sprouts, Foster OUroy, Pennsylvania ry

": follows; Eight trout, five bass five now. The cold and Wet Season they i 'Dr. Cox's house for the winter. ; proxy committee or guardians '-. .

> J/ red snapper, four blue fish and two have had north is drivjin the yankee We understand th'at Mr. Ward will of the scents/ Miss E. Merle Hegert, Fall Term Commences Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903

locate here permanently.J. Illinois Miss Alemdia Thomas Mis-
whiting. south early this year Oar town Is| ; .

? Walter Null has severed his connection Ailing up fast. We are glad/'! to see L. Mattingly and family, of St. souri. TWO YEARS' COURSE-The Law Department of John B. Stetson k,
wi e
Charles Mo. arrived last week The election takes place annually, Two Years' Degree t
too here University gives a Course, leading the -
4 : with J. H. Niver & Son and will them come. They cJn't cOme .
and will spend the winter. Mrs Mat- and all proxies are thrown out by the of LL. B. __
,: r' :engage In tomato culture at 'Fort thick or too fast to please 4s. proxy committee. The members of the DEGREE ADMITS TO THE BAR-.The Diploma of the Law Depart-

,' Lauderdale. Dr. P. W. Hill made bUatneaa tripto tingly is in poor health and If the I, club may nominate, second: their own pierft of John B. Stetson' University admits to the Bar. t ?

_' I r.Keatlnjj was quite a loser by Lake Helen Wedne", ay. climate agrees with her they will nominations and vote fqr themselves.. FLORIDA PLEADINU AND PRACTICE Special Course in Florida .4 ;
"
I tf1' ;. Che action\ f.the high tides the past Miss Helen St. John fa better of her make New Smyrna their permanent Tb "oJ"-1Ial" organ of the club Is to Pleadlnand/! Practice under a prominent member of the tiTHE
X Florida Bar will extend _
lb.school .
throughout
hom'e.Mrs.. year
;I' .jg; ., IJf; ten days. Some- {-tlie.timber_ float- sore eyes, so she hay", gone back.to Wa'lter be called the Onion Skin.- The publication : LIBRARY-The Law Library of John B. Stetson University Is'. '. ,
Boyett, wife of Walter will be in the form of an onion
:, ,, : Ing down from the old wreckage'tvof school! this week. k .the best in Florida with possibly! one exception.
died her home and printed on onion paper. What'1 I.---
at
Boyett Tuesday
f i'il>i'.?' ;'miles above town must'have knocked Proctor Graham 1*} cn the sick list For Information regarding the Law Department, mldreaa _or -
the of the club to
t meetings are
.' II?t out one of the piers and the action of this week, so he is 01.of<<: school. A morning. Mrs. Boyett bad been in be more called "reonlons." The club has One ALBERT.J.... FARRAH. LL. B. D.AH. LAW DIPT., D.LANO.. FL*. '
health for some time but her For Information regarding other departments, address, .
,;"'-.i( the 'water floated 011' two sections of cold something like drip.Peenllaritle. poor "onlonury"I member, aud that Is JOHN f. FORBES PH., O. PHI.IOBHT. DC LAND. FUA.fzti .
" IK* death was unexpected. She leavesa
. -the recent addition: Mr. Keating Charles R. Burger of Colorado: He It
.
. husband her loss. The .
:. ;;>. .},aye that a channel 18 feet deep more pf Irleb. to mourn Is said has brought more tears to the .
"
There are two popular delusions Interment took place in Hawks Park eyes of amateur writers during the (
:':r',,7or less, is being-formed at the former ,
r &-"*' ..t'erminus" the It that about fish-one that they capnot live cemetery: Wednesday morning under past year than any other, one person.' 1 j
pier.
seems
..." to. out of water and the other that they the direction of Undertaker O.Spllesa. One "onlonary" member Is elected each: .. ,
: r,'some of. the _I Iron work had.not yet '
;:"' can live In any pure vffttec, the food year and "oulonary" mention is made .
r' ;-!w. been 'put. In, making the extension supply taking care of >I\ 'lf. As f mat We understand that the house and of any member where such mention Is : t :. : :
;
)" : more liable ,to damage than other- fiat Africa .n'r;r ,
terror fact, there are Ifl lot. opposite S. A. Galbreath'a on due.One y. _" ,.I
:.. : wise which. baring to exist in absolutely of_,the strange laws of this r I.', -
) Faulkner street, belonging to Bessie .
r fi.6 ::3 ,Ci W. Clinton Dutcher, ,New York dry rivers for a portion of the :year, stranger club is that when a member 'I .. ,:: :
minor has been old to Jas.
c) .1'-'.: :. 'Clty.;.who.haa leased the Breakers mve developed lungs '\ lJile In many an Hawley of' the' "bunch" visits a town wherein j ? ": ::

1'';, :. ; 'ti'G;.', totel 'for the season is manager and niuateur's aquarium Asp cannot live in M. VanHook, of Charleston, Ind. The resides another member the visitor : ,..., -

. t of sale was made by Mra. Knapp, guard* must invite the resident member to A -
the water provided otylng t< luck t.r.. ;
'ij!' l J proprietor. of the Bear and Fox Inn in .
..
; food.-London Field.Ree.naablr. Ian, and Rev. A. N. Elrod represents dinner at bis.or-nor expense. The an ; ,' ... -....:

., ;.the Catsklll Mountains.. He has a the purchaser. nual dinners, which are very elaborate I K -:;;
'1.( 't'; .well-established: ,reputation as a sueJyCessf .
Ce'Yela. affairs, must be held on the last night ::
:. E. A. Richards, of Orlando, who is .- c
'
'. ? ;'S nl hotel man. The painters have "I understand old 8klnal it hoe got of the annual convention of' thtfjNa- I \ '" 'i'iI<:
on the peninsula fishing caught four : ; ;
"the.hotel lln band,. audit. will soon be religion,." tlonal Amateur Press I m ... ', :t.
t .. ,
,
) r large Jew fish this ,week. He hookedone awed '
I .
' :i. 1 ..t'i ais fcoodas, new: "It's possible." members of the bunch only are ;.:.;*
:
*" so large that two men could not 1 I ;, .: '
;;' "4'SaloruelASchwefeportbf Atlantic "Do you really think w to attend. If only one member attends ..

:r"/: ;ity wJerse .'''waliuDajtonalasttim "Well,. If Skinflint M religion ba\"e'l,land it, so after a long struggle!) they the convention he must eat his dinner ; 7 l "
7 : :
i' bas ; come together at''all I think It is sate ) cut the line and let It. go. Around with the vacant chairs_of his comrades ; "n
j5r k and "t'.J:
bought the Peters boat. 1
\ that he has got ftIlgioO. There the Is favorite the table. .. "
:,. ; n
.:\ : certainly Is nothing to |111le"te( |< < that religion ground of 'these monster fish and a The badge of the club is an onion I I'i
:U';'; \ icktauvflea.where he 'la ..havlng'hist ; y
"o.t .
; = has got him. -Cbleago: large number of them are caught and it must be worn'conspicuously.: / '
lv .r Iootlauncb; overhauled and 'put InJape"fbr"tl ;: ,
during a convention of amateur Jour- -
there. It Is like in wild
'M!,; >+ : roping a -
; e' winter. This 18 ,Mr."lisreisport's nalists. The coustltutTon' of the clubis '
.
mule to laird of them.
one
vry drst"vlslt"to.Daytona, .. the shortest on record and is as-follows -

T; t iK Sn> *-l>eU8 ei( well pleased that he'ha : :' --;- : m 1IzWEEICLY 1-
'.,' MORPHINE.. "When on onlonite meets an onlonite t
{
!*l 'Kijife& eclded'.to'onake this city his future' "A BUNCH OF ONIONS:
-
I ; be Is to take a bite or draw a tear."-
1., temmssxtop r; homer" .He will make his head-. .
\ 1 ere .. When the chief odor makes a decision ,
the .
.ri ; gilt 'at Stanley house. _.. '
,
UXLINOiB"
: it is perfectly in order for any : I

v.c j, j lM'A"EHOUGIITFUL' 0j MAN. ...", Unique Title of a Club Formedby member to take a-peal. The executive: .i; t P 7., r fit

f.; .' JIVT.:},...' l.'ij:,Austin" :'of ,Winchester, Ind. Why Remain! a S ale: When Amateur Journalists. office is. called the onion patch Membership .t I BETWEEN.

.:; jXlcnew.what to 'do' in the'houf'of need In the!organization is eagerlysought
.
>I;: ;,r ,',.:*s-twife.had such 'anunusualicase: : : of Con Bo' Cured ,' and there is 'already a campaign Jao sonVill AND NewY > .-

: stomach and liver'trouble physicians : : Jt, MEMBERS 1IE LIMITED TO TEN. on for the first vacancy. o
v?J,:'.t ,1k' ? ,. Calling a& Ch rl..ton;8;On both wa y.. ember <
rc;; <.I',;,could not help her. He thought of and t '""' Carl Hegert of Chicago thinks the *t' )
ualed
Home. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
,
) Vj V ; l4tried'Dr: King's ;New 'Life'PUU>,and at. politics In the bunch is "odoriferous," LTA S*'| j t'1

il'I-. l ; k jr;she sot,relief at'once: ',8 dryad finatlyeared. 4, 't' ". WhK .n "Onlonl e" )lets .. "Oolonltv" and he has started an antlonlon cru THE CLYDE NEW. ,ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN}; eo t 1

.tWr;: ':'' : Only 25c:atWr. 'AUen"8nd: sade. Re is also for t',
.: :'I ; -> : .....- He Is to Talc Bit a* runnlng the place Direct Service Bllt.aeD' e '

,...;:i.,',II, Ft.!...:J"L.'(....o.IW"Up: .. Fisbu'l,drug_ stores) l}<' } i.iLOCAIrTIME .<':. A, .f 1; :;', Draw a Tear, 9r the Club' Con of oulonary member In JwiM.. > JACKSONVILLE,'osfoN.ANst PROVIDENCE, AN* A.... EASTERN, POt.

palm; .titntfo.-OnIon. of t very Tar.tVto The members announce thatrtbe'clnbis Calling at Charleston Both Ways. +*
absolute t; and
of TABLE., :, n permapentt Be Cultivated In 0ard... of the In' its salad days.; ,.....All members are ..SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. ii 'w0

TraIron''the AtlanticCoast-Line' lesa home cureLaudanum for Morphloe, Cocaine, : Member., asked -to become, vegetarians and live Southbound-,7,. y..v,..j.//;:: :.<...:. .From'L.wU' W -
ftjid ott>erdrut j. .
much
Opium as as possible on the sdccalent
: : Northbound.>, .. .'rr..; --..>.. ..From foo t'o ar-t : : habits is guaranteed tPo8 following Undoubtedly the "strongest1 and onion. .One of the aims of the society"will v"*d

Instructions. Our;treatment la very trnngeet club ever organized is thee I be to make fried onions popular : ST. JOHNS RIVER 'LIN/3 for N<

.nett,Nd:10 ..,ta.,q.r.13:31f: pmsouth.No.aaxy..w. simple and can be: ta V n Without, the formed in Chicago'recently under i and onions In every variety will be cultivated dStoppin&Pat'Palatka

...a9' ,4:5O: p.mthewnf knowledge or assistance of ''other per t 4e unique title of "A' Bunch 'of' On- In the gardens of the members. .l Between Jaokson.ville. and S a yk, Washing

Instead of confetti the members will ; ; Astor, St. FVsncls. Beresford ((De /
e'and la'pot ;
of truckg
tt
business 1 composed .
do not detail front
dr, ,,' .Na/0 ; :,...-.& 1:30: p.m sons. We yon use ,onion seed In, time" of Cirnlval.J.; dlate landings. on St.. Johns River. f* Transportation ,
e.6.
P soreb'Np ? ,6:6op.m: and each case revive* individual (rde'ners either, ways the 'Chicago elphia I 1, it.
,' r C NwT-TWNS.; After eating a hearty'.dinner recently tr '
'
No.n' ,thom the north arriving at De- treatment from an erperlenced; nerve CL oulcle.It In which;: onions;'figured ,extensively j" : .1oiii: STEAMER. "c iT OF JACK80.. ; .

uoouaa at 1:1e a.m., and No.Sa+ from t. Relief Is 'ItiiDae iate. Appetite -' \wag born Under very happy circumstances one'.member' dreamed ; Is Jacksbnv4lle >:: and
t 'th.'followtngi I; sppointsd to sail as follows f< Leave / '
l hr miilfitUf at D nd Junction atst. '' ; ,
well known down-
c rryln f United Is restored at once, and sleep at' a bill of tare .. ,Thursdays, 3:30: p. m.: Returning,' leave SaJT r i }'
..,eeg bzInwbacks' pel..d.ofttM4 restaurant during the annual national ""Onions 10uni old .. '. ll, +
nou become normal at tt e. Wf inning" ,of ; onions; onions;; _; ;: Wednesdays and Fridays 9:3Jyht: SteamshSOtrfHBOUNO "

r r M) i ,r...._., y, the'..treatment. We restore toe nervous Convention of the Amateur Press l I oniod sets; fried onions; boiled<< onions; 5' .

ROBBED- TUl:?;;GRAPE. and physical 'ey' ten)" to their assoc tlon.. There are just ten members [ stewed onions"' ; pickled" onions;' preserved ***- '*' .SCNEDUt' iDkets'x t

tiling Incident/. 'narrated''by natural conditions because w' ., remove ijil the'organization and each;one [ onions. yi > IteMl 01 h .+
Philadelphia follawsft : r 'This member,la trying 'now "t have Ud 13,000 .
-M fiver of s holds ojrpfflce.There <* d over mile of a n T t14ev.
on awful> condition.'', ..My akinM4.4111Mfrilt the cause ;of the d1ee, .nlfl seven states represented I' this menu adopted? as the?official''bill ,. S8Ui...>.ra. .,.17-.,..;................JmoVsoaiTijp t 'ateB, are on tale by thefapa 1
fare. 46 ....'e....,.......Pa1..tk.. n
% tyeUo! rl eyes sunken, tongue \ iof No mombermaY''tlpoD; paID aorjJLm.Arrive ... ... .. .
<. TRIAL T1\ AtZt! In the club and the members areall'/ : ; .Aaor h i
TREE .v.
New
pain t14Minual y' In back"and of a" heavy flne eatanything' to remove -. .., ,4li0 a, .. ..,.....:..: ..:;..::;::.8t. J'ra to York, via Allan '
enthusiastic rltere for amateur pubs l ...... ...... I Southern "
Railway,
.
appetka'Browtng weaker day showing the perfect support our remedy F| the tcent'ofTonlons ,,"
ao Ucntlon ThV.-obJ.ect 'of this unique I .. from' Ufg'Of -8so..in. ......;........ ::;.:....ssnrnrt apply to Agents '
h MHpfericians]! had given me !' gives will be sent ow request. Coo 'lIer)breatb; :y'" ,.< Atlantic i iPissaMer Co "t'tr
been .
4>
announced
organization as ..
a, I,IIN Mdvfse
rovement I with: pbyslciajns{ solUU4. 'Write torn- ,tear writers.' .__ \ J./ .". 'Cover:tho tomatoes with boiling viater 'c' ;;c- ,JJtoiAiivYj 'Tray.' Pa.Al'e ftH
"
g l ; '
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Cl a three">weeks.- day for our free book ytfilib. gives. our The membership, is" UmMaijlto-j'ten,. .. for half a minute ao4then pat them : : : ,lao 80 tai. 4,
i n& the 'only, to red -yom the in :cold water until 'they become IT,o. 1'': CJRAIO1' %It
/1'wd; Itypr:: 1 know they "efereQcc'-ter1D't'; $ way ,, perfectly ,;.y-: 0'r! .A
grave o erx11 1''11aleHATTAIT"'SERii OTtii' :itsBri.t8ti1,1361 cluiJs to die or, get'inariiBsW*}.,There 'cold j Wlied this..h.s been doit* X.C., : ,
:
,. . :.' one' ..sett4 and at.., comm "\ ;'?'
/ to ,but ,. ..be .W:1rUJ: then ott quite easily ..
? ,,( < 11g
.IB ..
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a P' Qr.oi4 NeTi 1(* !'1t tlla ," ; !tassMfcSi; and-leaveth. tomato lnaanAlM; ; iken .. .., -: ij'\l't"4 .-
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