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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: October 30, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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. t andBusiness g Stetson UniversUy g o o State News c I Uue Time DeLaud Man It Lost From : BREAKFAST FOODS .

Men o g Uriel' NtWNXott'N O o o g3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Mlania Home. .

-OF DELA.ND.AJi'S. .- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLook C. A. Dickerson, who went from De.

1 out for tile WS.EX TIU to- A new electric light, ice and cold Land to Miami a couple of years ago, An unusually: )) fine assortment! just received:
VIVA Z. HAKKKCKK, M. U.,
/ inorron afternoon, vontulnlnif full account storage plant has been established] and engaged in the /grocery business

at Arcadia In with his father and J. A. Flaked nicen1ta'Tita
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Physician and Surgeon. company ,
of the Tuulpn-Stetson foot hull I Igl1l11l'
AG Conrad, formerly of DeLand, has mysteriously -
New York Ave, OuLiiuO, Flu.. Ounce Hour. 11UZ14R1 WAS STEALING BABY. Wheatlet Petti join i
; .. disappeared, and no traceof ,
1U M III 14 M.; lu 4 HUU 11u" if M. I
.. One of the most remarkable
sights
; ------- him can be lounj.
11EU. A. DAVIS, M. !U., The annual open meeting!: of the ever witnessed at Lakeland took The following is from the Miami A\7henteim, Force,
Kent Club will be held at the club
p place Wednesday afternoon, when News of the aist.! .
1'h 81CillU and Surgeon, Cream of Wheat.
) rooms tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Corn-Crisp
R. O. and H J. Drine .-
y Creaap were The friends of Mr. C. A. Dickerson,
OiUeu Uimia: 8 A. ...lo IM..; 1 lu 6 rod 7 to The following will be given:
er.N.tlpuutrl program out driving and discovered a large of the grocery firm of C. A. Dickerionti

uuautloii lo nilawliuy. and. nuiirerylallto Declamation G. VanSant. buzzard trying to fly away with a Co., on Avenue D, are quite anxious All fresh.: A large shipment of Ralston Health Foods

itiittwiiiMl, 1..11..1vo Itllt"):..&10"...,' Wvbl olttcw Ol In C'OUIIllUUKK. ttsulUulll'U D.bate-Hesolved that the incometax small baby. It seems that the as to his whereabout1), he having left now on the road and expected dall)'.
the store about 4 o'clock yesterday t'AM'V H.UhntS and KXTHU'TS.:
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Is a desirable form of taxation.
tf l had been left for time alone
baby a afternoon, and has not since been
MACDIAKMIO M. D., Alllrmatlve--Conover, Bruuisey.: and the buzzard had come along seen.

JOHN NegativeButler, Fee. and gotten its feet tangled in the His disappearance Is a mystery and !
WHITE GROCERY.
and Surgeon. his and friends FRONT
,k Physician Parllruentary Drill. baby's clothing and could not ex- alarmed family over his unexplained are considerbly absence.

,; A O"nor"II"'llctltluuer. not a Specialist.OUtcuovur ricate itself. The buzzard could Mr. Tiok<*rson came here some *

,,1 jZ 1 lo 4 ilbUir'itHiusOtoie.mm. 7 to b. Uoum: t"tu Miss: Mamie Blackman left on Tuesday dy about a foot from the ground months ago from DeLand and he and +O+O+O+ooI<)oI-Qol<>1<)o100-I.oH'.I-ot.\ot-t>to.tt! st!oOot-t>!oOo.t.1-OotoOo1-Oo-O! I I M

; ____ to take charge! of a school in Illi but could not get away. The baby his father and son engaged! / In the /gro

t MUNSON.M.: noi!!. She has been studying kindergarten eery business. The firm has been doIng .
A. / was, of course, rescued, and provedto a good) business and no cause 1 Is <><<><

Homeopathic Physician.: teaching in the University: fot be unhurt but it was a narrow apparent for his disappearance.The .

the past two years.Fudfre escape for the little one. btore has been closed during/ DRUGS i

Sys; i, Office second. Hours uouruoulb JU to U ol A.Flrber'rdrug N.; d to 6 ..,<<,,1110 storttllbuu -- the day, and Mr. Dlckerson's Hon and JEWELRYStationery

lr: HP. M. parties after hours are very MANY FINE BEQUESTS. father and a number of friends are
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making ellorts to find him.
popular in ChauOoln just now. William Fisher, a. wealthy resident
? '4 Watches,
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w 8. TAYLOR I The following is from the Miami .
of Pensacola who died re- Huyler's Candles, Clocks,
Record of .
A Hallowe'en In the Saturday.As
party gymnasium ently, made numerous Kulak
Surgeon-Dentist. generousorquestH Supplies,, Silverware
time the of the
for the dormitory students: will passes mystery
friends and
: charitable disappearance' of :Mr. C. A. Dickerson Florida Souvenirs, Optical (Uooils,
DuLaud, Fix
store
k. Office over FiBhur'i Drug be given tomorrow evening. The exact -
.ustitutions. To 25 of Pennacola'sleading grows deeper; no tlIlnha'e( /! been Toilet Requisites, Fountain Pens,
nature of the entertainment 1 is 1 to citizens them U. earned from the missing gentleman
E. ALEXANDER -among Dr. :Mellette's Kemedios. Ktr.. I'.ti-:
JAMES remain a secret, but the committeein ::I. Senator Mallory-he left $100 Since he was last seen on Avenue C
and Third direct Tuesday It Is supposed --- -- ---
Attorney-at-Law. charge promise: an enjoyable evening each with the that
quest they that his mini] has been affected
Will. I'ructlue In Suite Hud PiiUiitl Couita.UlUccs to all who attend. purchase some article in rem em- from business troubles and In this condition

: Uooum ,I mid 2, .liiuaii liluck l>tIJEltT :- berance to blni. The will also providea he Is wandering through/ the W. A. ALLEN & CO.
? LAaoF'LU"IUA The program of the Stetson Literary the country. It I is: known that he left ._
following bequests:
Society for tomorrow evening is here without a single dollar on hisperson
FISH: For a i ew Sunday school roomto and left his business in
follows. a complicated Druggists and Jewelers.
as :
. the First: Presbyterian church, state. The relatives of the
1 Attorney-at-Law, Current Events: lr. Uostick. 31,1UO; to the Young Men's Chris- unfortunate man have been wiring I

Recitation-Miss !MotTatt. tian Association, :$5,000 to the along the road to keep watch for him. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.CARRARA .
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Friictlulnir. In all State: mid Fuduiul Courts.en Extempore- ; and it is hoped that their anxiety will
.'n 01''I'IIU. I 11111 .busiiiuwt. KINUII vurelul Second Presbyterian church $2.500; he relieved by some news of his where t>H>-O-J.O.z.o.r.n.l-o-t-O-I-o--o-foO! 0.000000000.0000-. ,

.ay uttentloii.Eupucmi luilllllva bur luvusllyallnir lurid\ HeadlnlMIs: Kennedy. to the foreign missions of the First hboutssoon. __ n .. __p ___ __._

tr I tllll'H.JAMES n.. l\Iu"Ic-Ml" York. Presbyterian church $-100 -per rear: ; C>t-o- H>I-o-t-o-r-o-t--o.-o--o--o--o---o--o.-o--o---o.-o-o-o-o-o-.

Debate Keaolved that press censorship to some asylum, to be be designated CL(f WOOD
y W. PERKINS in the War Department is inconsistent
by the Presbyterian church, $1,000; Speclul CoircsponiK'iice.Glenwood PAINTS : .
with the principles of republican
to the education of -
some
young October 2H. \Ve
Atlorney-at Law. -- are
government. for the to be de ;
man ministry, ig

Yw aollvIlurCttllltlluiCotnierltcoedttii1prowti ilea III all courts witliiu tin.- smiv ol r'lorluu. Booth.Negatl'eMr.Affirmative. -- !Mr. Sparkman, Miss nated by the Presbyterian cburcl here weather and are enjoying having. the this delightful week.[ It If We Did\ Not Know that ue are ag-ent fur the

his wife all his business.. bet to make.
e Ulllcu over VUIUBIU' Calmly .Btiuk. Carlton, Miss Jackman. 1,000; to could not be any more pleasant, just paint possible

blocks on Pal a fox Street, the Fibber cool enough to be refreshing. that; shoull 1 have !it on
you
HAYWAHD, home all If We Did Not Know
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aDd
personal!! properly, !Monday found all the nineteen *cholrs ; ; .

s ( Real Estate cud Insurance Olllce.Tui' ::50,000 life insurance. ; to the six in school again< had been your property
< some
'Its Mr.! Jack Sams has received permission ;
I'tild wad. I ItviitH C4ollvctvil I..run; from home to play foutball, children, the interest. upon $5UO having sore e>'et'' an: er\e ''t/urorder/
KfSiiJellls.CITV each until of when the amount II would .
age we not keep urging!
for lime The teacher !Miss
: : I'HOI'En'SI'c.UL'I': : : and is now being tried at quarter-back. some .
shull be also the
(i paid over; to :McLeud hopes they will Mr AlleliC lor the l.i'iicllnif Aineiiuiii Fire In- -- you use
children one-sixth tech of ulL-otber
lurallle"l'olllp"-THE /ETNA.Uouk Proft'urIr.: Bishop, who looks attend regularly the rest of the term. Carrara PaintThe
J IUa! ,\uril. !UtL.iND; KL.A. property, the trustees to hold the Marion
ifter corporations in this country to Wright celebrated her
estate in trust: and the income is to
that do not exceed the eighth hlr'htlayIonday! by havingher ..
COUNTY see they
"OLUSIA be used in giving the children an advantage is absolutely: yours if you use CARRARA.
l AU'CHACT CO\IPAN.
r : hounds of their charter.Mr. pi.ijinlies ape| nJ
S. B. WILSON, BERT Fl lIhlllll'r. Bishop: The Mayor. education and when they become her after school was l out. \\ guarantee CAUIIAUA last live years.Ve know it's", safe to

,/- ;\ Actunrj.A '. thirty years of age they are to receive :Mr. Wright I is still at Viking looking do that. \Vc also know It has lasted.. much longer

btilrtK I a turnlalivd Hud tiling pvrlected.JNuxt one-half of their share, and after his interest there in the .
lo yaultu. i Count Uunk' !Mr. Siringfellow, formerly of the when the age of forty is reached, / DELAND I I
and pineries. W. W. ALCOTT
DeLu rid tig. orange! groves
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K.H F. S., is now taking work In Stet they are to recieve the remaining Judge Ht'nrarrived, at home last ,

son. He is staying with his uncle at half. The estate is valued, at
A. H. HUTCHINSON: sev- week, looking! well after spending: the '1fs141O t K I O toO-l-C I >i-0d'ot I -0-i-O40 loO'*.O.O.O.O.O.O'O.O.O.O.O.-OWLn1WWWWWWWvWWWtWWWNWWWWWWt
Lake \Ylnneml "t'lt. eral hundred thousand dollars.TO .
Notary Public. summer with his relatives Ohio and
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Dealer in Real Estate. The Stetson foot ball team leave this CURE: COLD IN ONE ...\y. l\lu..1 B Conrad entertained: her

afternoon for Tampa where they play rake Laxative Brouio Quinine Tab friend, Mrs.1 Gilmore, from !Seabree/e: ... "
Taxes. paid and BmwMinvnta attuiided to foi \ ,r--: .' rt 1q; TOO LATE
their first this with lets. All druggist: refund the moneyyif ,. ,
IH'Laiul Kla.H game season, a 1 /
Dou-rt'aldunla. :I
week day r.t I. .
It fails to cure. K.V.. Crove'ssignature a or ten : ; ; : 't.. ,:;:..-. ../ ..-
made from the
team men
up young Master l.orl".eck" rides
Is on each tiox. 25c. a new
d; uf that city. The game will be calledat -- -- .--- wheel. To think of Insurance when

"", 1.I. T. ALLEN M.' D., 2:30: tomorrow evening and the Special Meeting of ('oulI'lI.A :Miss Grace Keown is attending ,,, .' r l 1.\\ 1;;-t.i:1': ; : :::' I I:::..I., the house Is In /M.tnies.' The

.. hoys will return tomorrow night/ leaInir -- Stetson University and boards at I t 1 .l \. -: "' time in consider it is all the
the City Council -
ipeclalmeetlnlof
Eye und Ear: SI1l. t.tm. Tampa at 8 o'clock. back and forth her ; time previous to that.
was held Monday! afternoon and home: going- / on a : \ ,, ..,; .
This game will be of great benefit wheel.J. f' "'n :, : And we can help you to
!Drtand-Munduy'soveFFlaher's. an ordinance passed levying a tax of rt, .
in showing some of the new players ::L 'I 1 a decision as to the
Tuiiiim-Tiuh.liijs.. I hi Nut linnk' HUltf.OcHlu.r'il'I'O' lour mills I for waterworks and fire B. Conrad went to !Miami last ; J :P'-y
what foot ball Is and in teaching :. ;, .i' of
'. Munli.iimiiTHE really No other business was week on business.The .. ,, amount
protection.
-.-- / them the fart that a man has tome transacted. travel to the spring has begun. I. /fi:0: .'

some muscle and strength In the 1 1' : J I'iIJJt.-NC''l
hacks and .'
: WINTER 1IOJIENOW : .fame. At present some of the men We see (Ibulle"loin!!/ / /: to c... ... ." .:.- ;' .
forthcominggame: of footlall between or from nearly every day. -' ,' >
bestcouip.iniea
and the
: : to Ijo placed
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the idea foot ball Is .
hive lha4 something
OPEN- and Stetson: Mr Furnaltl and family have moved '
Tampa ,,, .. ... to place 'It with.s1Irlti .
and that should
I like golf, they
North lionleuinl, it'Land: r'la. Tamp*-11 first football game: of the Into town. We always welcopie new : : :
shout "fore" when intend to I
Comtnrtulul'omna they season.. will occur Saturday afternoonat neighbors.Mr. I I It. WKHJIIT; DcLainl' }'Iii.UilWfilWf1UWO1lWrtlWUtlWfrllWrnlUtlfl .
Aqutethnnlclkeplncu| I | run into an opposing player. It Is", and !Mrs. Hlckox !Mrs. Harris
luaiiiifetu Lienl.! tun. O'Kiil .'I'"tile. 'IruidMiil the Tampa Bay grounds. The : ,

ILUCat:'pui day SpcolutJ..- E.iCURNIPropvHOUSE: : hoped that this game will teach them. Tampa eleven will go up against the and !Miss Illckox were out calling +lfrdlltWU W/UWUtO] '
that foot ball to a great extent consists
of Stetson Tuesday. ..
,''I strong team University -
WA'Kli' In getting. started before theotber Captain Bert Steadman announcedlast Miss KthelSproul<< was surprised last .0.0-0

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Jfci night that he hail the Tampan week by ,

E 1I' r ,tefrOull.1.. THE VEAR-- team can make gains unless the nun In working order. Although the disability Campbell, and her nephew, Clinton. If
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/JjThl9 Is aanJ Floildii AveuufH, whose duty It Is to get opposing play- of Steve Kissinger and the retirement Vlr. Campbell. a plasterer by trade

kk e ?Is .4 Florl '*"""*' and holuellkenltt thoroughly. It Isn't the man who
arrival from New York he
gridiron has reduced the available their HO 'N

IK ( *l 8 D.rtAwl MuLtou.! rates Prop.r Jv the. plays the hardest that /gets hurt tie strength of the team, the places have went right/ to work and they came on

most. The loafer Is the man who gets been tilled and Tampa expects to playa to visit a while.
"C the bruises, because he is unprepared Horse Shoeing
fast and Inning /game. Howard Bredow /goes. to Orlando to

/ 18 &p. PROP. when a player strikes him. Bobby Lynch, the Memphis baseball be night operator.
\ a The Tampa team will, In all probability
1 player, who has been here during the 1IriYaterltlal1 received a letter a ,"
7 5 .tyl4&beLand, Florida.s the Stetson I '"
team
outweigh
series with the Cubans, bat; been elect. short time ago containing the tad '-
to 4s per week, .. .
will lack thus .
lF .' but training makingthe ed coach of the Tampa eleven. Lynch news that Mr. Phelps was dead. He

: A "es or for reason.yr" chances even. The beat wishes is an old football player and will be was well and favorably known here,

.iV EN THR':NEWS will go with the team, and of several winters
at quarter In tbe lineup. He had the laving spent apart
"''1't we hope that they will not only win hid brotberlnlaw C. M.luell. .
boys out for practice last night and here with ,

:ontractor, but will come back with experience thinks he can work them up to a good The widow baa the sympathy
the other of the BERRY & KENT
Tanks. enough to win games standard by Saturday. Steadman will of friends here. ,

season. tike Anderson's as full back.
vacancy
r t Ills etc. -- $UK Reward, $HIO. NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.
Stetson has a strong The readers of this paper will be
Four other have been arranged
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game pleased to learn that there: !la at least
; two with Gainesville, one In cents admission will be charged. The in dreaded disease that science has -- --- _. -- ----
1Hn the middle of November, the other In convenience of the grounds offers an been able to cure in all Its stages, and -- ---- -
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4 d December; one with Lake City during extra Inducement to the attendance.A that Is Catturb. Hall's Catarrh Cures
g Carnival Week and tbe last with the only positive. cure known to the POND UUMP R COMPANY
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toa West Florida Seminary on Thanks- GREAT SENSATION.There medical fraternity. Cr.tarrh being a con ,
constl-
tltutlonnl disease, requires a
n1 giving! Day. was a big sensation in Lees- treatment. Unit's Catarrh Cures
tutlonal
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vine Ind. when W. H. Brown of that
} 1 4"8'f'lt taen Internally, acting directly up.
M. Davis of DeLand has offered a place, who was expected to die, had on tbe blood and mucous surfaces of
1 t '1 ;er loving-cup to be held each year his life saved by Dr King'i New Discovery the system thereby destroying the Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand .
for Consumption. He writes: foundation of the disease ami Riving
: the Prices all kinds of
on
Del winning
team
the college
d "I endured insufferable agonies from the patient strength by building up s
-C d "lonshlpof the state in football. Asthma but your New Discovery gave be constitution and assisting natureIn

F ,, very commendable action on me immediate relief and loon there- doing Its work. Tla proprietors
eg of Mr. Davis, and we fe 1 1Lhe IIf after effected a complete cure. Similar bare so much faith 'lu Us curative lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling

rid at Stetson team will do all cures of Consumption, Pneumonia powers that they oper. Oru Hundred ,
Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. It's dollars for any cj>*o tliarlt tails to
v. a to show Its appreclaticn I Send -. test of testimonials.
,1{ the peerless wynedv for all throat and cure
1' e be cup In DeLand. lung troubles. Price joe, and $t.oo. Address. '.I. CHENEY & CO.Toledo Mouldings Turning
Fr I :\ O. ,
Guaranteed by W. A. AlVkn and Geo. is
; t Tribune of Wednesday W. Fisher:! druggists. Jial bottles: Sold by Drug 75 cents. Line Orders slivered
#' following about the free. 1 !(ALL'S Fa Fills are UM best Brick, and Everything in the Lumber promptly

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PUBLISHED: KVE11V: 'IIWA\. the buildings will be of interest, BALLOTFOR SCHOOL BOOKS

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and in small makeup
a very measure
DELAND, VOLCSIA.. COUNTY, FI.OIUUA. .'
C.4, ___ for the lOlls> in not seeing the Bought, Sold and Exchanged.

-BY- originals.The THE All the books in use in Volusia t
THE NEWS ITItl.lSIIINU (fUJU'\
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(liiiMiruoruteil.! ) statement in the liecord last Most County kept in stock. t
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1 =:__- -- Popular Young Lady
Gar r, week that only $112 had been .
CllllIS. O. ColllilNUTON. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. .j j
raised toward the rebuilding of
Business Manager' and. Keillor.:: ATTENDING THE
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Conrad (Hall about the
was as
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i "i. eubxttlpnunlhaea.; ;; : Pencils, pads ink, paper, pens

One Year.... ........ .......... ..... ..... .si I"' truth as Prevatt generally gets-
, 'fd t months .. .. ...... .. ... ........ III) U)0! )\) per cent falsehood is a most DELAND PUBLIC SCHOOL and pen holders. '
when>lIld ht aid'vnnre. When not paidutlvunue III _. A FINE STOCK FROM WHICH TO i
notable and creditable -- -- -- --- -- ------
mlil fRI per cunt.Entered improvementfor I ----- -- -- ---- ---. I
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i1 in the poiitoftice at De Laud. Florid. 1'revatt. t '
.> .cond cl.! H. matter... n _. __ BALLOTS containing above number I,

& Advertising mtua. luriiiaheil--, .. on applic'uiloAdill'PHa .. --. While the Record is lauding ALL( ) must be sent in to he canvassed by G VV FISH-IER.: : : ,

.all (miiiilrilt'Htliili.--, Hint---make-. "Our Noble Benefactor" to the Thursday noon, November 5, otherwise the "

liany cbtcka at or HeLiiiul money. ), Flu.'...It i.S pa>..lile to the COUI- ",skies why does it not say a wordor vote will not be counted. A new number will be sub- $ SSAS ZS"ZSZWW '?S'ZS'&*>mmmmwmms& # .J

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way people _. ;. ?" :r.--: ,' '; : ::;::
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1 FRIDAY OCTOBKUIIO: 1001.: have been robbed in their ice -- ----- ---- .....: i ;'l"t'l l'l l..r'<;;.J l l l"';poj ..b' .II''
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------ -- --- and electric light bills for the pas t I VOTE FOR ;; ,

..I IIIUUU01: : rmcricK.Alartiii :. tifteen ? If Our Noble A''' ,
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years p FURNITURE AND
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\( L. Williams an attorney Uenefactor" is here !simply for the ..J/iss ... ... .. ... ............. .... .... .. ......... ..... .

'c of DtSuta county( and mayor of the good be can do why does he Y..lt'
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charge (IX tin1 iiioxt Point hi r luting Lad!/ attending the i? 1 1I.h
town of Arcadia, has been disbarred JeLand people two prices for their h '; We are just getting: comfortably .settled In our new 1 d
l JeLtul J'u bile JellOul. Furniture Store three doors. north of our Hardware ,4 f \\

1 from practicing in the State of Floi. lights and three prices for their ._ .. .. .. : and Bicycle Kmporlum on the Boulevard. Our Mr.V.. "" ..
-- -- --- -- ---- V
t ice .. .. .. .. . ; M. Yeargln, who has hail twelve years' experience in
"' -- -- ----------- ---- --- -- /
ida by. Judge J. L'. Wall. Willitun -- -- / the furniture line and as a Funeral Director, is in full
: ALLOTS will be canvassed every Thursday noon and the I I
-
.t is charged with Laving falsified lb e POLITICAL SNAP-SHOTS. rrUI' of the contest! will\ be announced In THE NF.WS every mo t' charje."e have all new stock, which we have bought: r
( ,r," and toI'e customers
we "
at right prices propose' /: our
,
morning The linil will be made by three "
----- canvass
.
t. records of 1ca e appealed to tbt The Most Olstrnieel'ul I 'Thing: prominent DeLanditea who are not directly interested in the l 1;? the benefit of these low prices. Jt- ..
contest. The contest will close at noon! on -
Supreme Court Williams has, according -
I'eusaoola News: A great many

k n, to the Tampa Tribune of the papers throughout the state! Thursday, December 24th, .UNDERTAKING)

a are repealing over and over the r and the final result will he announced In THK NKWS: of December 25th. &
and his whereabouts
skipped the country horrible affair in Bradford county ; The contest Is open to any young lady attending: DcLand Public llp .
i are unknown. WilliuiUH ud asserting au emphatically as J or high School. \:'; Mr. Yeargin! / a practical: man in this department, andy
Resides these ballots published In THK NEws; a certificate good t ; knows the business", thoroughly/ We have ordered a Jt .
,' 'r should have moved to Voluala couu possible! that it was the most disgraceful J for :110! votes will be /given! with every new' yearly cash-ln-advance. sub- ':Y. Funeral (Car that will "knock the spots. ort'" anything
tb>jg that ever happened inthe j Hcriptlon received: before noon on December:: t tp; heretofore seen in this section of the state Our goodsin .

1y. Here an attorney can forge, state. It certainly was bad \ljl this department are strictly llrst-class.. and have ff.l'.'!

R commit perjury lie in jail for contempt enough, but how about that whipping The Price of THE: SEWS is # 1.00 ]per i Yei1r.OI'OI I b been selected! to meet the demands. of all -rich or poor. 1.:"'

of a_ Hick: white boy so that ; % II, 'I' iiti'i/f !lOll fo iiift/tect our ...;/otgjI :".. n ''
-o+oi.GtbOiO+O+O+O4 I-O+O .O.o.oaO.O.o.o.Oe C.O
of court-and even advise a be died in Alachua county?!' The __ __.__ ..... _n._ p
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criminal act by a defendant or his l Lynching, was done during intense 00000000000000000000000000o :


friends-without being disbarred. rage done and excitement deliberately; the according whippingwas to g Miss: Itohinsoii How NAPOL.EON'S the Initial """ l-iiii.-tiiuled LETTER. the Wafts & MiFfer.l I IIt

( That such a thing is allowed is .a. aw. As to the disgracefulness# of Leads This Week Hu..1 .11l uer..r'ii 4 iirfter. :

the two cases, if reports' are true From 11l"l'1Ig-0" to Moscow wns/ the

reflection on every honest upright t the lynching is not to be comparedto ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo lung; \\lng In the pendulum' of :Napoleon's ; .,., .
{ a : a: _za< ea x .!
.) J attorney in the circuit. the whipping cane in disgracefulness NTI.ltl-ST: : the past week has. cen life the one the "" 'l'lIt"Ht haute' ..;.. '1/rw-,;;; r .F "' -.v _\ ...."

i and repuluiveness. To begin II tered in the handsome little nut of which lie 'UIII"- with his> life, the -------- ------------- ------ -----------

: This is a safe prediction: Volusia with the arrest and convictionof watch on exhibition in the window 1 otlier. the IIb.'II'I which .engulfed;: him. DeLand e
Mr. J. M.: I ItiU'kley.: who, Is a IIt..rl1l'I'f'I.t )'
::4 county will furnish the nest the boy was au outrage the of W. A. Allen&- Co. which
.
; e:\ on eiilnrldeiiciMi, points. out how
, congressman from this district. sending him to a convict camp a TIIK: NKWS; proposes! to give/!' to the .strangely; the letter M I played a part iu Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.

still: greater outrage, and the whip- most popular young lady attendingthe the life of tI.." "great (eoliijiieror.Mili .&

Two trainloads of bome-seekere. ding while be was \too sick to work DeI.. tlll public school. The ballots 'brie. was the first to recoRtil/e the J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor Manager.

capped the climax. Dou't go for ", have begun to conic in quicker 1 Cf'ihis: of Nupolt'nu:; nt the 1',010111I; : '
from the West arrived in Jacksonville in such a i tiiire. fickle: opened to him the to -Manufacturer of- "
the lynchers too fiercely till those than ever before : conte..t'l) way
M last Thursday, and are now Alachua officials have been attended This", week Miss Nina, daughter: It.tly. :Mortlor' wits one of his llrst, ttenerals. Dressed & Rough Lumber

f touring the state looking for loca to. and Mrs. J. C. Hobinson", leads, with I. Moreaii brtmyed" Id tit, mid 11 u-
Miss. Jiessie Coulter second, and Miss I rot was the llrst martyr to Ills CIIIISI'. Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.
tions. DeLand should have had : :
r H Matte: Louis pnrtouk of his highestdcstlnicS. ::
A Wi" furnish and! and
third. Miss Hessie. has fI : plans specifications:
Irene Alcott BUILDER
"Strange liedrellons. : CONTRACTOR
man in Jacksonville to meet these MctttTiilch conquered him CC estimates. Special I machinery: at mill for

and them :Miami Record: Taylor the cartoonist a large number of friends who say: I on the H 'lil 1< of illploinnoy. finishing! work ready to put in place. Employ: good mechanics and guaranee -
E people! give good printed : could have found material that she shall lead next week. TmNKWS ;; Six UUl,'-IIIII.- -Mns<<(>nn. Mortlor, Mar- : first-class work in even partlcnlnr. ..

j literature about this section. Dc __- __ .
for one of his inimitable cartoons : sends! about :'AM papers to moot :Mncilonalil. Miii'Mt mid Money d. -

in an incident connected with the D.iinl people' every week. If all these n ml 1 twcntylv of his ircnernl' of dlvl- The weather of the past two weeks .

TIIIIOUINtl AWAY I\ION"; Democratic gathering at Fort were /gathered{ and voted, they would I filons letter M.Jlnrnt.luul r. 1111 1110', I iM'ulniiln),f with the was just splendid-see Dreka. A\: (. o.'.. ; One Cent a 'WordAdvertNi'iiifntuoi \ ( : : (

rl The of Gainesville havt lend considerable Interest to the con- ad. ., ___ .
people Pierce. The hotels crowded --- --- d
were : t. duke of lnssntlni: wns the .. .. -- '
also circulates in -- -- l''
test. THE NKWS : uimlKor !lcr
their tiMi tiioti un<
sunk in Texas oil beyond and .
money enough capacity guests eonnselor: In whom lie placed the preat-! this' hood Ill-Mi .H'il lul'IINKI'K\1'.t: :: Wlkllll,
; companies during the past two were obiliged to double up when Daytona, Lake Helen Orange City, est. ooiitlili'iicc. Ills! Hrst great but I THE: NKWS: received this. morningan cnili In nil\Hiici-. such. ""tlntl.to: ml\iT- ,
Osteen and all over the county. for furnished cottnge tlscmtntsutctpled|| | | IlirK'HM t tllllll IIICflltM. ,
'' bed time came. In the allotmentof tie WIH: that of Moiiti'iiotto: his laxt* t application a :

: years to have erected a colton fac- rooms Governor Jennings and J. The coupons will begin. / to pour in was that of Mount\ St. .lean. Hi- slued by Kinporium Fa., people. Anyone \- I I "FOR RENT.=

? : t tory. giving employment to 4011 N. C. Stockton, candidates for next week. The vote at noon yester the battles of .MOKOOW. Slontinlrnll and' who has such a cottage, near to I .

'-' '> B '- people nays the Gainesville Hun United States Senator, were assigned day stood as: follows: 1\Ionl'II'IIU 'J'bi'ii came the nsxnult! of the centerof town will confer a fav r I 'Ult Itnuh I INI'-:":%Iii.bpertlyfurulshcd,-Wuulltr.thlgenu .viul luyuIreof o'' North I".I. '

. . 104 Muntiiinrti'o.:\ Slllan WHS> the first enelulis' .
f* DeLand echo to the same bed. It is said that Miss Nina Robinson by calling at this cilice.: U.l( t-lIlIlI'k."I'.1 I hlo.! /.m"" ll-IJ
might the experience.Local Miss"' : Bessie Coulter. . . . :2J!:! capital anil :Moweow\ the last In ---- --- -- --- -
industries, financed by homer each slept wilL onee.e open, watch. Miss", Irene AK-ott . . . \\I wlilcli he entered. I]I UH It ltl-AT-K.iil. .( ri.i.in fuiiili-lu. il IIIUKI ....
ing the other. . . . 7 lliilliiii.il .1.- tilflljrliU. Aiil| ) I la :S. U.iloiilim
Miss Beulah !Myers : He lost Egypt: through)\ the [IjUinderg Hi
n capita], are recognized everywherea Miss Irene Campbell . . . 4 of :Motion\ nod employed :MIollU\. to NEW WAY TO GROW GINSENG --- --------I.xudFlit.- -- -.- j.

:( the strongest factors in the up- Reach of Promise Suit Nest. Miss: 1'thclllaDllin . . . 4 FOR SALE.
MIBS Mary Cox . . . . 1 con-phh'ed, lllluulK Farmer Shade III* IMunla -- -------..
building of towns, yet it is almost ; t .
West Palm Beach! Sun: The All Ballots of the series 1111 must by un Arbor With Good lieaim.A. Olt !S.M.K-tHi.: pnlr iriuiilu.ik. tunics '
g ,i s impossible to Induce local capitalists Tropical Sun learned from I .noiit. His inlnlMii'i-s were lnr..1.Ion:\ Urtiffuui. u citizen; of Di'kalb., I III., I4 Hogan old, home. ., clifiip.. Iniinhu. ol It.
private he tent to this ollice by noon on Thursday ",- ':IIvi't, ami, :Slolllcn.. Ills Hrst, chauilierliiln Friiiuk ..rut this olllrf.I II-U
;; i to accept the doctrine much, sources yesterday; that lion. James November 5, or they will not be wiv 1"lIh''Iull'lI. Is having pronounced suco-m Iu t'nrtu- : .,___
.. Alexander had 1 lug iclnsen:, and he proposes to en- >HII\ .'.\lDI' .and. (IAKDKM, I for SALE
less act upon it. AVe have needed received! several counted. Another series will begin in In Its cultivation on a xtlll Kivut- 1 I. ntcrt' low 1..1.-1'''''MIMI h.C' o l' fill aorta, .
t applications from the fair sex for the of the \V.irilw.T.>rfII'M Serr..f.And age; lo aorta wt-rt1 In iiiuiitfi trni* .nail .piped. wit h 1
a local building and loan association next issue paper. er a ws. Bays the Chicago Kccord-IIer- r.tea/<) 1 It :t-iu.' fi-nu-nt' I plm1{' nil mill I In > | i.plcr -
h !
that promised! bridal trip to Wash Send in ballots. \YonN\\iirth'Hiwcivt' ? Any |poet'ssecret > mill. liimlIT.V, I It'll;111: hl'Nt i-niiilitlon: :. ::1 torriilHinir
-'w here for many j earn. Such nn organization t ington. your -- ? \Vcll. for ntiKlit}: we can see. It uld.Lust ,, niiHiir I'lini*. Ahuutiloucs: uctflcvI'liil -
-- full he bought l.KJO roots and nvii Iniit.. r, luul no .liciti-r IniiU lor
w'r would have paid a di OM: THOUSAND IUISKII.: iviimins n secret, a xoiiictlilnj-; aa far set them out lu three lung bt-d.s In his rnlslnir{ ii-li-rv .11111..11. Stilts ol truriU'iilinr. '. .at I
Saute Here, Tliomus. beyond. liuinan snbtli-ty, \ to explain.. aa It Miili-ttrlimttim ill wu' )m inukfH gaud. claps.S.hd | .
rect dividend of 10 to 2d per cent town garden plat contriving/ to slimly Intntliin tnr" rulHlnir{ cattle, im It la: J
Is lu-youd+1 liinuaii I : limoiiuity to \product the beds of itrborliUc I'loKtto Kiiod. ninifi'.. :\hw..un"", lioiigu, nilpliiHtirwil f
by an .
Lake moans
Index 1
City candidate within sues!
: Mr. Meeting
But our people have continued to Any Sparkintiii "Tlie wlmi.. blowout where. It II'teth" I nml mushy | < |, looil waiter,
The forth : : : :: : : .ltjdtw.x\ \:
who wants space in \the columns of Funds for Conrad (Hull. "flpiilus.: structure. "roots put plunts LHIII ami inch Irnit.
throw their sending it -jll"pll'lIllolI"-lt Is hard to \ of J. It. HUKST.Uike .
that In bore
away money turn 1 u large quantity| 1
the Index can have it at so much without the old words, I Helen, Flu.I.'OK .
Itev. T. .1. Sparkman special com- !pet on > vague
to Texas California, Georgia, Kentucky seed during the\ SUUIUHT, nnd from this ,
per line. mittee of one appointed to raise I though)\ they 101.. :Nay; It Is. precisely sued more roots. will be started this !t.I.- Jo-A: ifoml. hnrHu. and -In-

Colorado and other places. funds for the rebuilding :of Conrad I [because they are vague that they serve I"" 01 II.." IW!, Di'LHiii. ), }"I".pony

Key.L All ought to know that small capi New Smyrna Breeze: With four Hall, was: In DeLand yesterday morn- I BO useful n 1 purpose. Even Professornuloltfh. fall.Mr.. Urallum, has been experlmentlii'jon ---- ---.---
.
after speaking almost ''(nt $.tt.E--Sivlllll: I.IIU"h 0'11>> nil new
a tal will pay only when given personallll1pervitlionall candidates in the field for governorwon't In,.... In an Interview' with a reporterof ; contemptuously soil mixing; the loamy earth of hisgnedeu 1 hit 11111.. will cuuv. Ii perwnts.. Price $150.atuwdintlauuuhIIItlnngoneS .
of
"Impatient critics" who .
a 1 : do know thin; we have a time. But "Our THE N.wsIr.! Sparkman stated seek to acciiiint for Wordsworth's"aiiin.ln ,: with, dead leaves until It produced ii ptngnw.' I'rlee'' "*'\55.' JII'st" the Innita' rsroldterry fur HI tie
Bob" will have the best time for be that he had so far raised about $1000 a healthy 1 plant but IIP thiuk.s 'loIkt.. :Nu lictnata .".,..1".1. .lddress' John E.
but they send their money away in : : lneitiality"| by assuming! that Hint the soil of MiclilRnn Is much better 11111'1'1.. Sithit. Fraiils.. Iii"'ride, .
will be and the other fellows dollars in cash and for the rebuilding -
governor pledges/ Bometlniex lie was Inspired, at I other .
udapted to the growth of the plant
the vain of
hope striking somethingrich. just ex-candidatea of the hall that this amount ; times! not Is hen,rd a little nfterwitrd and will experiment, on some land: that ______ WANTED._ ....1i.d'lIANAUJn ,

They never strike it for longer --- ... -- had been raised solely from public lamenting; that InVoixlsworth's! 't case.a9 !; he owns In that state.It -: WAX1.tII-'I'rll: ,

than a few months at the best-just No SohI Man from cl.X.l>> collections! no direct personal appeals In Colerldite'n. "Hie high tide of Inspiration Is claliiiti] that. the demand for the 1 ""' ... toiiiiiiintru I.liir.ia .
( : { count)' and adjolniiiif ten ,
r long enough to fool them into having been made for help as yet, except was followed by u lout and root for exportation Is", HI "croat' as If mill Imnnilily. knoun IIIIIIMU ..r '
j pour- An Orange City friend send*: us the in sending out circulars! to trustees :- wondering ebb." not greater than ever' n roll the price Htilllillllir. *'hl.'pal, M''truiKtit,. c x sl ixnxrapnldcueh r ,
ing more of their hard earned One feels like iiiotttij Lowell whose Monilii li) i h
following: ", and their friends Informing them now raiiKc! as high)! ax $i.5O! n pound! lit'iiiliiniiiii'rH.. I'ptoscuatnt| '. a S
money into rat-holes. .V bashful young man in DcL& arrow In such competitions, U apt to and) the 8.'f'tJ I.[ as valuable us the root. Hllloll pt'l Ullllll'llt. AllllrC'88Aluwii ;F, y
of the burning of the hall and of the Chit 111. r
Illilic
hit t the white. Wordsworth' he IKI 1 a.
Yearned ask says ,
to a fair girl for her h&.
home. Invent ---- -- -- ---
Keep your money at purpose to rebuild at once. "was not nn nrtlst In tile strictest. sense -
-- --
-
He to ask was afraid, Mullivr Gl'ay''ri Sweet Puttde ( 1 '
it where you can see, once in awhile Mr. Sparkman nays! that the people of the word, ; neither was Isaiah. but he tllll..fulu..1\ lwlolh,1'O! ;."-:Ii
So fine lived old maid .
an
what is done with it everywhere are responding most lili- had. u rarer gift the capability of being RheumatismIs the I'liililren'D, Home; in NewvcrlHhnviM. '...!t
being : 1
Because the young/ fellow lacked sJ\:. haul St.ntuivh'led ; ,
and where the industries it develop --. -- --- erally, and that the trustees. hope greatly IUMplrl'd.-BrutJford Torrey InAtlantic. a rack on which you need not suffer nw' \" anil ri'Kiilutu' .the. How" y ,kr' a :
..
N'ornls.Ot'I.II"'le".II..1I1: (' ''frAil.
The Daily Tlmetl-Union and boon to have funds. on hand to begin long. .. '
: THKNKWS At nil il rn tf Kim'* It
will help you. work on rebuilding the ball Mr. It depends on an arid condition of .AIIIII"88 Allen\ t!. UliiMteil v ;
for $d\. ---- -
one year the blood which affects the muscles "' m
Sparkman left yesterday for Live rillnur It On. -- --- -- ------ r 'ot
A prohibition crusade has started -- --- and joints causes inflammation and or N x k
A Quaint Examination. Oak, Welbourne Lake City and Jas Dedndo-That innn called me a liar a pain and results from defective digestion NOTIOK: (IF APPIUKKI -

-l in Marion couuty. An election Silence, It U ppl'lI 1'11. 1 U an unknown per. Welbourne he will attend a end, n scoundrel and n puppy. Would and a torpid action of the liver : : ) IJNO' aching '? 4'

is HOOLI lo be held there on the laca quantity at a divinity examination InMaiidaluy. meeting of the Baptist Association. von ndvlse, me to flsht:: for thut? kidneys and skin. CIIAPI'EIt s.
1 U \ Old, Blunt nil Sciatica, lumbago and stiff neck I ll A.. P r''.
TLie commencement 1 gnnIfd \ -By inennst.! There's are aDlportatOD! + :
Of all the elec- Conrad Hall originally cost $3,800.
question. /
option
) Iiv the clashing. of cymbal and nothing nobler In this world young forms of it. OTICEIaher fa 'fi fir''!
There was $2,200 insurance: ; this, together "Hood's :Saraaparllln bits cured of t.i compute: le
tions held on this question in Florida tbt innn, than for the me : + '
the beating of drum! While candidates liilitlng "nth. rheumatism. I was so I could not lift .oil tlui4lhIlleil "1 '
with the $1,000 raised will any-
,
the past year, Nassau and Lee ore writing their answer they thing and my knees were so stiff I could aalilcerfapplication. d ,- L
are surrounded by u jabbering crowd make all but $600 necessary to rebuild A. Other Knee n... hardly /get up or down stairs. Since taking nnoe I wltb1 'p
counties were the only ones to vote who pass! audible remarks about what the hall as It was, but' the trustees 'he seems! to bo n natural I flirt. he three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllln I have rollowlll' 1 Steamsh ? 1
never felts of and *
symptom rheumatism IUMhco' F
high license. is being done. The test lasts ten days want a larger and better building snkl. I Kindly recommend Hood's for this dis- Ely n w'r

-- -- ------ -- and, the people make the examination and they propose to have It, too. "Nntnrnl: ?" the woman Impatiently ease." MBS. HATTIK: TURNER Bolivar Mo. Rao. j ?X i *

AVe publish this week two more the occasion for gaining merit by That the people of the state are In- ,replied. "There's" nothing,/ nnturnl nbout Hood's Sarsaparillaand thTa r kets' r
the candidates, and cart loads her hilt the frnmework."-Chicago Kec- J t
feeding
'
fine views of the World's Fair build. terested In the school is shown by the ort'-IIerald. Pills t ver 13,000 mllei of a !' t '
find their (
of all sorts
of provisions! liberal manner in which they have donated I 'es, are oa sale by the
ings at St. Louis.Ve are enabledto wny to the pagoda precincts and Bur- Neutralize the acidity of the blood, |
weeks and it will
$1000 In three
publish these views through the mane from every quarter go round collecting No one cnn anything and keep It perfect digestion and excretion a L to New York, via Atlan
money to provide the competitors take only a short time to secure the except n promise. \ radically and permanently cure rh ithern; Railway.

kindnorB of the World's Fair man with the necessaries of life and other $1,800 necessary to erect the t inntis: ap ply: to Af eats Atlantic CogS : '"' v

# agement. The entire world is now luxuries ns well.-Rangun Times.It $.>000 building contemplated. by the -- '.- ?Aiu2s;: %

interested in the for b coming fair. committee. _. __
is estimated by the treasury department r '
Some of us-it small percentage :! t'nltod Ton Know What Von Are Trkhtg Grove's Tasteless r daekap a
very
of the "
i1 that the exports when take ire /Tasteless ; t'rFtAI(}, .. dA ..,: ;
will be able to to St. Louis tates for the current will you rDl. V t.; '
I go year formula a00It Pa11r Agi 'R'Ri
Chill Ionic because tip Is :
; next year to seethe fair. Those reach the great total of $l. OO.flOOooo. plainly printed on everT) bottle show. has stood the test 25 years. Average Ann (, t' R ,

reoogniz/ The Imports will be boat $1,000,000- Ink,' that it la simply /Iron and Qul- i bottles. Does thb record of; merit appeal to y; iNoJN.dt a,...
who go will ;. the buildings 000. half of It raw material for manu nine! in.'a tasteless. J 7. No Cure, i11AC10IMt1 wIda ewry 11atW -. .T.. kC ef '
Po- the VMWB printed in Tax: factures. M Rloot6 Llvaa''1Vi.- a >+

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r r .:., .. of the Liberal Arts-angle, The architects have furnished Mrs.\ I'ntty-Do you really think l>r.Duekrnnn (
/ You have all heard of Mary, haven't and Machinery buildings.. the following statement)in regard to I It a skillful physician For Infants and Children.i i
+ you? I mean the Mary that had the TheLIBERAL the structure: Mrs.. Glblln' (the patient I don't -

G little lamb. Of course you have, and 1 ARTS BUILDINGcost I "In a building of this immense mag know so much about that Out Tie has

am going to tell you a story about her $475,000. Although following nitude It behooves the designer!! to apply such a quieting way with bunt When The Kind{ You Have

and her lamb that you have never the prevailing style of architecture symetrlcal '"treatment whenever I said, I I' hoped 1 shouldn't be burled
heard alive lie wild he'd look for .
out that.WlIsu't
before. of
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exposItion-the Renaissance feasible, and we have, therefore, designed '
thut thoughtful of him 7 Boston
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Well, once upon a time Mary thought It adheres very closely to classic lines. the four facades subservient Transcript.In Bought

A that she would go Into the 'QVIdg and The long facade, especially, shows a to thla principle. In the south front AVegelable Preparationfor .

%,: ti;, catcb some of the beautiful butterflies magnificent!! enterance, almost pure towards the bill, the main entrance a Bad W.r. similating ttieFoodandQeguIa>

t+'w 'i' that were flitting' about from flower tot Corinthian. Here in what the architects shows a triple arcade with flanking\ !! :P.Iary-\'m' sorry to hear that yonlva uilguteStolaachsalldBoweisof Bears theSignature ,

flower. She had a net that her big say of the structure: pavilions in the Center. -The north not been feeling; well. What seems to

'; brother had made for her, and with "The style of architecture Is a severe front of 1,000 feet has an arcade of be the matter?

"I this she tried to capture the pretty i treatment of the French Renaissance seven arches as a central feature. Jane-I suppose I am run down. Al 11 a
:-- creatures '''hy. for the last month I huven't been '
'J .. that sailed about In the air for the Interior facaden. In The two axes of these ,central. features Promotes! Digcstion.Checrfur-
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among the flowera.r fact able to put nny heart even Into my andRestContains neither ,, :
VgjjS the treatment embodies ness
rathera are 100 feet apart, and In our of '
But, mercy me, they were all so shy feeling of the classic than the Ren ground plan we have formed on each shopping.Brooklyn-Life. Opium.Morphine nor"Mineral. ('II to
they never allowed her to get within NOT::N ARC OTIC.
aissance. It has been .
? reach of them. the endeavorof I o'f these axes a cross-aisle and nave fit
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.There's .
f e) &; "I do believe that bad lamb Is frIght. the architects depend largely on of eighty feet in width. These two ,"

"fC i ,ening ,the butterflies away!" cried sculpture in the decoration of the ,I aisles are connected by a lower room, nothing like doing a thing: JSqesr6V1ds1wtzzITf rs1TlfAu5.Iin
thoroughly. Of all the Salves
building!!, refraining from the overuseof with lantern light above. you ever SaiiAh.Bavr '
heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the .
; CUe stereotyped architectural or- I'I "The plan ban been arranged with best. It and
I. sweeps away cures Burns, I
namentation. The main facade Is 750 special reference to the admission of Sores, Bruises, Cuts Boils, Ulcers, dreyv '.fw.t.., .. 1 I In
feet long and is made interesting by I I daylight, which enters, through clerestory Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only lJi g"" .- ... J

the use of a central pavilllon and of I I windows, all the principal 25c, and guaranteed to give satisfaction .r-.l-

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and ran away as fast as be could, with :- -zIc4LtiJkv::....&. -; \1 "e-As." ...; : ..:. --......-.. the fiercest Ore has difficulty in "get. i Y 1 E EE
hie I" tlng hold" of It. there la
Mary right at heels. only one sort
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little girl could run so fast, and It -- ;:'7\"" ;;; 1..,,., .uj-.t"; :; -::;.- !.l-l ...:: ---- .,_' ly fireproof. This Is a email scraggy I lk
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was unfortunate for her that she did, ,J.'" -;:.._ a called
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for suddenly the lamb came to a pool the shopulu, with thick tough stringy
of water, and he stopped right still as bark full of a sort of die, restating sap. ?

suddenly as he could. ion. Is brought somewhat above the ventilation and are Intended to be Death of Stark Antony This curious shrub grows largely ou

What happened to Mary? She went connecting buildings which unite It readily accessible for opening JInik Antony gave the world for a the great !grassy suvanuns. which are
heels over bead over the top of the "The axial measurement of unit In woman's love, but found himself so swept by fire almost every year during "
lamb and plunged up to her waist In with the pavilions on either side. poorly compensated by the exchange the bent of the summer. There It '
Each<: of the three pavillions, on the the building 20 feet, and the widthof thrives -
the pool of water. Unit' In desperation"' nt the approach of splendidly for the nnnunl
, fronts forms an elegant entranceto the various aisles are multiples of Cleopatra scourge only kills off Its bigger and! :
;)s Of course she got wet to the skin. Octnvlus and being Informed that tt ,
fJ". "But it taught me a lesson," she said the building. this unit, being 4D, iOand 80 feet wide, was endeavoring to wake terms hardier competitors and leaves the e t

:,: the next day. "I shouldn't have want "On the main facade are three respectively The main aisles are (65 for herself by surrendering him he ground free for the growtb of this IT you would like to take

ed to punish that dear little lamb of entrances, one in each of the end feet in height/ and the secondary stabbed himself with Ills ditgger. Being vegetable UBbe tu9. a tylp to Europe, the '

.. mine." pavilions. The main entrance Is In aisle. :IO feet, avoiding an abundance ) revived he received the message I Woif I I'a Fair, Saratoga,
And.sbe gave him a real tight bug with circu- of clerestory light. The constructionof sent by Cleopatra that she desired to Smart Saving. O 0 d New York City or Ache
form of
and made the a hemi-cycle him. He carried her Lord Pnluierston's reply to the Illiterate I vllle, without
up.-Flttsburg Dispatch. see was 0> placeof having to put
lar colonnades. The celling of this the building! \! of the simplest and
refuge. Cleopatra and her maids member who asked him, "Are up tiny of your-own money,
\c, ,.' heml-cycle Is frescoed on a back- least expensive kind, and Is to be covered rained! him by ropes to the window of there two hens In 'Onlton ?" Is a specimen write the Jacksonville Me.trapolU .

Alf I For ground of old gold. The decorationsand on the outer side with stall, with the tower whore the fallen queen of his rather boisterous chaff. 0 fl for particulars, i
." flnlrtial Story enshrined spandrels and other orna- "No- only one. That's why heggs are
}I ornaments are brought out In re found her lust' Lome. lie was lifted In :
Little PollsMosquito lief. In the loggias of the building mental features, and surmounted by and. died In her arms. so scarce there."

are mural 'frescoes on old gold backgrounds ; occasional 1 sculpture groups where de I SIr Disraeli's comment upon a portrait -
sired." DO YOU WANT TO YAWN? of himself "Is It not hidcoiis-and
The which, add subdued color to
Is FoundThe "
so like? exhibited a discernment not
This building houses the expositionpower
the picture." Feel cold shiverings, aching in the
plant, the largest! power plant common with unllnttert-d witters. TM& METROPOLISCARTER
It was in this building that the ever shown as an exhibit, and just. bones, lack of energy, headache, and "Twenty Years In Parliament."

greatest excitement prevailed in Saenger lest of the North American west of It la the! boiler house great depression? These symptoms sc P JSS>: LL:

Mosqultotown, for Eugene Mosquitohad Saengerbund last June was held. --.- ---.-- may be followed by violent headache, The Social Slile.

lost himself. Eugene was a stylish THE MACHINERY BUILDING I BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONSAre high fever, extreme nervousness, a con- Mrs. Waldo-Cecil baa :a barrel otmonE'Y. PUBLISHINGJACKSONVILLE.--.CO,
young fellow, who was Inst seen sitting dition known as malaria. Herbine FL1A
cost about 8500,000. The building'smain spoiled by using any kind of preparation cures it. Take it before the disease
on a cheese box In his mother's kitchen. getsa Edith \Vnlclo-Cecll-Bnt Is be nil
... Everybody started out to find poor dimensions are G2o feet by 1,<>HM> that fills the pores of the skin. fair hold, though it will work a cure right socially, ?

C.-: .. Eugene, and his mother wrung her feet. It is served by a gigantic traveling The hest way to secure a clear complexion in any stage. J. A. Hopkins, Manchester Mr. Wuldo-Cedl, yes: he hasn't ;r
." free from sallowness, pimples, Kan., writes: "I have used your .
hands In anguish as she thought of crane and by two tracks of rail- I the least lilon bow be got ItI-l'uck.! -
terrible btlve blotches etc., iS'to keep the liver in great medicine, Herbine, for several -- -" ,- -- .
l what things might happened runningthrough the building
way / ,good order. An occasional dose of years. There is nothing better for malaria .fk

to her bey. from east to west. Herbine will cleanse the bowels, regu- chills and fever, headache, bilious ". ,:Ift. ,
But search high and low, no one The alloted for this buildIng and for blood-purifying tonic. n ,
ground late the liver, and so establish a clear ness, a '
could find him, and the mosquito'sfather's is of a peculiar shape, vl/., a healthy complexion. soc at all drug- here is nothing as good." soc at all "I'
hair turned when
one declared that Eugene gray must some have ; large parallelogram with a huge cor- gists. 10 druggists. 10 ,..

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; in any. other capacity, but Many ot the figures/ in Phil 1I0Y'Ibook P

ugeneI'4 ... .... Ha r..... m' Poet and ..i..(..... if yon will accept highly respectableand "Guttersnipes", 'were sketched or any dis ,!b4-
j Iliac Eats. the ..!!.(... remunerative from memory while staying up the riv ,
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: \ last days of Oliver-Wen- er. ease of the mucuou memo 4 r'T'
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t II US flail Holme/ life he visited .Washington on the !floor", Both the poet and tbe r "One day" he! said when speakingon branes. 't .Q

t ,, lit company with Robert 0. Wlnthrop, statesman accepted-; and Mr. Ev.artstooft the subject, "1 saw a delightful lit

n to audi both of the venerable men visited : ''them, to, the door. where he addressed tie model for my purpose, a dirty, rag-
: U:e senate chamber on the occasion the doorkeeper as follows; ged bit of girl humanity.. I spoke to As a Tonic .
some ceremonies which crowded the "My dear. sir, these two ,young men her and wrote A message ou my card I ;
vy t d e.Ulorled with people, so that they were ire my private secretaries. You will for her to give to her mother. Next !
UI unable to obtain seats They sent their observe that they are both veer green morning she clime in charge of an older It gives appetite, builds

l' nd vds to Ur.. Evurta, hoping- that be and Ignorant but I am trying'to have slater, m! tattered and unkempt as her up the system, banishes MANUFACTURED ONEf *Y
', a le it arrange a Place for them,, and patience with them and overlook their self., When; I bad made JOY sketches
'' e of the two of them I asked the elder that tired. feeling, makes f IMUFi ytv
he met.tliera,la,tbe marble ,roomned'the eyelencte9.,1; "'wish"you would take a
IrinQ difficulty( : '. C .good look at tbeui' so that when they one If she had any more sisters Jlke .the weak: strong and LLFl.L.U, '

1' ad at nllerles are .crowded, a* you 'court .jlicre again to see me" you.,will .herself.,, 'Oli yeo.ifour op'Wve, worse happy. ,, *F ,*
,, A\ S e Maid, ""hnd th ,rules of the kuow'tbetn.'!: And with that be pushed than I am' ,'Brlng them round' said I
lie as It to the floor-of!' Jhe cham- open the swinging, GOON and motioned1)r.IIUImeAAnd,3Ir.Winthrp 'I.' 'Is the little un to calms amln she / '- s1 x air t,
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eral Health.Doctor.s .. like the northern and the southern -a----I 1111 00 P 811 40a .............;.Jacksonville. ... ...i.."" Ar sSBOa a 'lOOp ; !_a-s'
,heart precipitating civil war. and men 'I S e 08 I' I 8 u.ija ... .......,.......SoJack.onvlll..Lv. 8 49 aBt Up =.
S I GO palo 60 a ......... ,.......St.Augustine ..............s-..'.. .0. .1 po rI -
\ i of both sides ,were marching to the .108 II .1111II.....ilastliiKS..................... 011. oip I
I & Doses'Weakened front. there wan one ullwllllns'volun.- .71m..U.aa.. .. ......m.I'.IMI! <.. .... . .. .,. .. ....

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, Stomach.. teer. For a' young man Martin Bigg si tip 11 16 a JLv.. .. .. .. .. .. .... n.I"LklI. ... .. ... .. ;'. ,Ar : I

': took a very philosophic' view of the ; ..aop--::: : .. .......... .,. liliUso..Lv... i .j.,
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Dr.Miles' Nervine Cured No t'rFi' MtUAftA' Dowt-4ft7 vnlvM '1.:::;: a struggle.. He had a theory that It the d II .. ........... ......Neoxa. ,... ....... ....,.,.Lv"004a I : .. ...

,Me.Dr. .rood do!_or .SHOTUUN.and Tturo ail iport U !I' mon a.5.eo. cause of the war slavery, were let ....................i.Bunnells: ....,................ .. I.
ilM \ fru< W..h... for th..Iwr our alone It would dla. -a a s lIap. ... ................Ormond .......................s it s .. so pill ..' ;1.
Miles' Restorative Nervine brings meat "STBVENS.MAYNARD. JR." at $3.00 Therefore it was very stupid of the j a 00 p a .,........... ....... Daytona ..................'.. II SOs s I H Va ,:..... .
and sweet deep to the tired brain worn out each other aboi*it. !! np. ..... .,.........;,.Pol tOiaiiKe................... 47 a s 45 pa
Ar with the cares and anxieties of thu sick: room. "CRACK:: SHOT" at' 4.00 people to slaughter .. S OOp. ....,...........New bmyriia..i.....a l5 a. 11 if' Vp
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb. Read the following "FAVORITE" No. 17 ai 6.00 Holding these views be took no decided :. 110 II p U ...... ...............Oak Eiii..x.... f 11111. a 1 50a P
;: Th.,ore all gxx d 8TRONO SBOOTBRS ...4W.aI.k. interest In the struggle and did not alOlips ................... i I 111. ..118 p II .
Woman's Oeiuaenuie i I' "I have always been healthy with the exception .
,_ .Pre.ldeDi m a i136ps .. .......... 8i&al$ $. OJ
Clubs of No..rll VIUo. of a touch oi rheumatism since my see why he should enter a contest of I.t11 tOp f .... 12811.. 118 l&p
"I dreaded ths chsnge of life which Bi.e: came on, up to the time of iny husband'slast PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS which'be did not approve. But there 11 18 a 5 ..d... 111I.81808: P I .. .
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, illness some years ago. 1 aisisted. in >a1504s1 ... sasslise t # V
,. was hit approaching.!& I noticed Wins nursing my husband for nearly. three month. jroodi will foratik ,, Ia one thing about which no one is II s 10 a a p..... .......... 00 a al 15 r .
.': el Cardul. and decided to try a bot. when he departed this life and the mental l.ff&t''hk.t". Don > > iubitUuu. i pbllosophlc-Iove. Martin! was very ,1 :: f a 01 a t ..... .. tOrn no 18. I
tls. I some relief ths If7ou...no'obt ln lb... ....11\\.klp : j s I IS a ........... iSpalOal> 5 I '
I think caused trouble
I experienced strain my And.. lint month. so I kept on taking it for 'from extreme nervousness my trouble commenced our.. Cbf, Volon d..OflIw our tompUn llnfcJ. Bthel the feVer at once .i. 9 48 a a .. .... ....... 0195949. f V
three months and now I mcrutruat with sore thioat and neuralgia. M) caught war I.;I : ,,11411. .8lap ..... ......t...........TiIusvlil.i..5. IIp. 9' ISa ,, .
i.'., with no pain and I shall take It off and physician gave me purgative doses which Stevens Arms &Tool Co., and, not being a man to sacrifice herself .4" f r a 59a. .131 p.. .,... ............ .. 01 I' a 9 84. I'II'! .
t now until' I have psssed the climax." weakened me very much and my stomach P. O BOX 30 .1 she thought it her duty to sacrifice wW Ma t SIr' .......,..... i, .s fiO pfeoea r. .:: '
: en for a time seemed inactive. Mental strain "I 48 as.SMa II 7 lIp ,.....,_...... .. iSp -s
I Female weakness disordered and the dormant condition of stomach CHICOPEE FALLS MASS. I I tbe man she loved, and that was Mar- i a 7 .1 p.. ..;.. ..........W.. : 0 1 p .1111.' .
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womb and my tin. J_ 1 a 4 tSas. 8 Up........... "_", 8 p' '1 S9a .
t. menses falling of the soon told upon my general health. I had -- a 6 USas 1 }lip. 1 ese '
4 'S ovarian troubles do not wear off. little appetite and was soon forced to stay in : "Martin" she said "It will break my "4 i s 8 01 a S ...a II p s a Maan I!

I S '' of They life.folio Do not a woman wait but to take thechange Wine bed week a after greater the part time of I the began time.taking Within Dr.a 'IT GOES RIGHT 'TO THE 'SPOT": heart, but I must" let you go." .j. f S 4 S Wa'i 60sa Otp..V... ..s 10p86011a' iIr .

of Cardui now and avoid the trou Miles' Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was When pain or irritation exists on any "Oo where? a '100a.t05 .... ... .. .. .. ... 00 .e 00No. a jV jI
about the house. I continued their "Why to the of course. V8LNWORD
up use war SCHP1DULE3 OF BHANOft ''
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SS ble. Wine of Cardui nwer fails until completely cured. My faith in Dr. part of the body the application of "But supposing I don't want to go to ( ;
to benefit a suffering woman of Miles' Remedies has been strengthened by Ballard's Snow Liniment will give -

S I any age.! Wine of Cardui relieved experience of other people daughter having prompt relief. "It '"n'es right to the the warr'V I BRANOR. ORANOE CITY Efl.&NCR.V: : .V..;.j"SUTloHe. ;
Mn. Webb when she was in dan used Restorative Nervine with splendid Ethel looked at him for a moment in V ':
pot, said an old man who was rub- I No.1 3 I lie. 12 No. Si No, I I 2 I N.. "
S ger. When you come to the chaste results In a case of para ysis and. a friend to lung it in, to cure 1m rheumatism C. I blank surprise, then turned and walked D117 Dully P.117 1 I I Daily 1 I 8 A.T1f8.' I ::il I[Daily

: of life :Mrs. Webb's letter will whom I sent a box of the Anti Fain Fills reports saying "To that I have*: .'7 ........ .. VI
R. Smith House Ten. i away think OIl. y. TltuavUI. ... .. ..A.r 1112 Sop '
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mean more to you than it doseS that she ha. been completely cured Smith Propr. loved a coward."V I I a f.v ......... .lllIma............ .r fit 17" COp .10 10... LY..N. 8I11yro. Ar U 1 ISp af 10 P
But avoid the neuralgia by their use. I know of a number aha Texas writes: "I have used Bal- 1 I. as ,F.y.......... Osteen ...........Ar1fli, 12a .1 ..p.U.t..Lv.LalteHel.o..r.\ I I718 54 Hp
now. you may now of others whom your medicine has helped Inc lard's Snow Liniment in my family for Martin stood looking at her not_onl)' .s 11I: a Ly..Enterprla...........Ar.U 00. s'tip alt BOa LvOranll'8 City: Ar 8 I 8p sO 44 P
S suffering she endured. Druggists large degree. I wish >ou continued success." be with astonishment, but cut to the heart. 011110 t a Ar!. ..... .. Saiif'rd. .... .. .Lv .10 sOa 5 4 COp i aU dIa l AI' .Or.Vlt.i Jo. .Lv elI ISp .0 81i p
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sell tl bottles of Wine of Cardui.WINEofCARDUI. -MRS. FRANCES COFPMAN Dayton, Va. years, II
c All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle fine remedy for all aches and pain, and He bad not considered the matter in No.2' N..21 No 10 No'U ,XAYPOR'l' I: ....1. No.20 ....12

Dr. Mllee' RemedieL Send for free bookon I recommend it for pains in the throat this light. He had so deep a reverence Sunday emindayl Daily Dally 1 BB.ANOH. \ I D..l1y.. Da117. .God..y.

Nervous and Heart Diseases., AddressDr. and chest" 250 soc and $i.oo at all for the girl he loved that it flashed ..!!. .L.only.. I .eI. Bun l .___ .,._'_. 22z_.

: Miles Medical Co., Elkhait, lad. druggi ts. 'o upon him her words might be true. I II 08 I' ..0 OIIa. 8 80 p 8 110 a'tf.' ..... .......J..u..mo ....-......Ar ........ .800 a .0 p.U 80 p
C "Ethel I consider war a barbarous V 5 $ CtpslU lace I Isp 5 8 SeaL.aaJsekanviU......... ..lr ........ .. 'I Oil .. a 4 IlpelO Up
.0" .IOf3" lOp "lIIIa.lr..PabIoBnok........... ..to \...... eTSUaaSOOpsUtOa
way of settling a question. fOiSpflatO.fSlSpfstar..aLIlaatioIsiat.. ...... .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX EXECUTORS Ni)T102. tory tjtrven are InfinItely more sensitive. "But think of the heroism." 00 p.U 06" I to p 1110" .lr.-....,..... ..lIlno" ,... '. .....Lv.fllaafSsepfllSSa

- S -, DEED UNDER SECTION R OF CHAP.- To the Creditors, Legatees, Distributee- and Much bas yet to Investigated "The generals get all that." These Time Table. show the times at whloh trains may be ezorated to arrive sad depart
"' TEB 488! LAWS OF .FLORIDA. with to the differentiation of "Well" she said turning awaj again, from the several stations, but their a-riai or departure the times stated Ujiot guaranteed
all Persons Having Claims or Demands regard
nor does the hOld itself for there
Company responsible delay or arising
tbat M. F. Robln- any any consequence
j.XTOTlCEIs son, purchaser ia hereby or given Tax Curtlttimte Nu.8tf7 AlI'alnattbe Estato of Frances A.W.Shlmer. the points in these nerves so that they "we don't seem to think alike" in the from V

: datvd tbu ad day of Juno, A.[>. 1MI1, bas YOU are hereby notified to present any and may dlslrlmlnlite.with. such apparent- matter so there's an end on 't.
S tiled said o..nIC""t"10 my office and has made claims' which you niaj, bave against I miraculous Yet even the "But, Ethel, there is something more KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
F ppIlDntlon: br'Vax Ueeu to ISMUO aoomillnKto the estate of *ranees A. W. slimier:: deceased" ly accuracy. .
-. ..... Bald certificate umbi cool tbe follow.Inr within the time preBcrllxtd by l I..w.-towlt: results in the scent of dogs show bow to me .Just now than the great question "STEAMSHIP
from the date of this PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL CONNECTIONS! AT WANI.V '. \
described property. situated In VoluslH Wltbln two years notice marvelously fine Is their discriminating Involved in this war. f"What's .
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County, Florida,to wit: or the same will be forever burred. v Oomm.noin.pt.mb.r80laOe
1Itt M of n IoU 3 of U.H. Sec 1 T 18 South A O. Jar, power. Our sense of smell unless in thatT' she asked. .: -' _-I -

1110 EBat.Th. ISABELLe F.8PW ::.ZEN.Eaecuto1'8 the trained chemist. Is not even so "Slavery." SOUTH lOUNB. : NORTH BOUND .;, .
-, aaltl land beingassessed at tho date of WINONA S. "Why I thought it was firing on LT MUml Oundaysand Wednesdays..... I mad LTHsvsns Thiiradsva, .' ... ..........19 OOn'a V
sd the Issuance of aaob certificate In tbo name, and Trustees.This acute as that of the semisavage. [The I Ar Key West Sundays Wednesdays.: 115 p' ArEa' West Tha .dayS ...'... ....... ... IMLvKry
'S* i or Ed Coleman Unless said o..rtUlcou.eab..11 Sept. 1st, 1903. 8w aborigines of Peru can In the darkest Fort Sumter. Lv Key West Wednesdays .. .. ... I 40 P West Mondays and Fridays.: :. ,i9 SO aAr
be redeemed according to ".wl Tux, distinguish "What. most to me Is your love. I Havana Thursdays ..... .1' ... S laa Miami/ Mondays and Fridays........ a 19 pAn
ji: Deed will teens thereon on the lllU day of bight and in the thickest woods I I .

-. Movenibur.. A.D. IBUa. and seal tnU NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX respectively a white man, a negro shall go for your sake." addition to above Steam.blr..1ll be operated hntween Key W.st sad B.vDAa..lol1o..t

S thu9ttidayofOotober.Witness my official signature A. I>. limJaBAL \ bEEt UNDEU SECTION 8 OF and one of their own race by the And so it was that Martin volunteered t... Key West Mondays and Trldiya..7 80 p1| |Lv Havana Tuesdays and Saturdays.' .IS 00 nAT '.
U.vanaT..lld&y. and Saturdays. '". ,.8001 Ur West Tuesdays andSanuda,.....I I8
Key
z [ ] 8AM-L JORDAN UIIAITBU 4833 LAWS OF FLORID 1m ell. Much we have gained by civilization and marched away to the war p
l'i Clerk) : Circuit Court Volusla County, Flu..lda.NO \. S Ethel waving him a last adieu tears _... "
but not without some loss to our
Tom copy of Local. Time Cardor other Information addrsss any Agtni.J.
is hereby given that Win. Tame, bodily energies and senses. Man's recuperative streaming down her emotional cheeks. '

rICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX d..tedthe8dday NOTICE \.... of otJune.A.Tax Certificate: I). 111111 No.bamufliedsaid 1711. power after an injury is in Four '.:years passed and the war was D. BAHITIQH Asst.: Can. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

tIRED UNDER SEC11ON 0 OK! CHAl'TKK cerUtlcHte in my oijiccmind ban. made be; inverse ratio to hIs social advance, ended. One day a man got off a trainat

/S1 .. 4888!!, LANVb OK h'LOUIIM. application fur tux duet. to inane In accordance meet. Similarly be seems to becom.. the town from which Martin Rlggs ..
wUIII..w.cl certificate. "'flbrace./he Are You North West ?
,4 't _. hereby\ Ir.lv"o that Mrs.JaneMctts olio wing donfrlbi-a property situated lu Vousl less acute and delicate in the sense of bad volunteered and walked up the Going. or
F' 'k NOTICE "... uf Tax Curlittcato' 1487.o.teu Bounty, Florida luwlt; smell as he fares better and lives more main street. Passing through the village -
the 7tn day ot June A.n. IttttO h"al1i.d; i isalil Lot 14, Sub of nell .;' sen See 36. T 18 South '
nerllncale lu my olbce. HIU! haM miidn application i.:lu E...... comfortably. The. faithful dog puts he struck a road leading to tbe THErLOUISVJLLEa -
fur tnz 0... d tu issue li accordance. The sId 1 land being asmmiwd. at tbe date of him to shame. right and the left and stood deliberat
I unbraces the lullowioir Issuance of such certificate In the news.
with law. Said certificate ho
desoi Ibeil properly sltuatt-it In omsla of Win. JameB. Jr. Unlrs* stfld certificate ing. Just then a man-drove by in a ',, : NASHVILLKOFFERS :R.t
ball be rodct'mnid to law tax deed and the asked of .
according
county FIUrIdS.ti -wits : Psiitle Rob. For Amerleava Tour bay wagon, stranger '. .-
( A4 .iSE: Lot, Bik N, Fort UranKe.aiie will issue ihumeoti on the 3d day I ot N'ovember, blat UNEXCELLED PASSENGER SERVICE.V
.paid' land blug! asaviMed. at tbe date of A. 0.1I1U3.\ Ume. Adellna Patti who.. coming :
the Ivauance. sucu ueitlfliate, in the uamo Willies my: official signature and \lallhl. a tour to the United States where she "Can you tell me where I'll find Miss Modern Trains carrying Pullman Sleepers, up-to-date Coaches, free Reclining Chair Cars
01 ItlS.PilllUA.. ]$"nneIt. Pn.ell8 a..h1et'rtlli' he lid! day of October A. 1). J o3. Bird 7" and Dining. Cora between Southern and Northern Cities. The Finest. Dining. Car Service In <(
cute shall be reduvmud acoordlnv to I"w. lax (Seal.) bAWL! U JORDAN will sing In sixty concerts has ordered Ethel wy tbe South. V V
deed will issue tller"OIou tbe lOtb day of Cleric: Circuit Court Volusia County, Fit.a sixty tnugnlflcent robes from a Pa- "TT can't find no slch pussensbe's; All Agents sell through tickets via 1*.4 N.

*: ', Noreiubel, A.D. 1508.S married." For rates,schedules and sleeping car reservations apply to
rlsl.iu dressmaker the New York
As. Witness iny uiuuim signature and seal tills nays
, .- ptb day of October A.D 1W6Be.lJ the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial. Circuit American. She will appear every nightIn "30Ia rrled T The stranger started. M. FLEMING ...
_ ll R4M LD. JORDAN.' In and for Volusla County. Florida. In "Yes; sue married two years ago.!' V Florida .
iJ'. Cierk Circuit Court VoluuU Co., tm.fe" a different gown of stunning perfec- JackswaTilleDVla.
5 Chancery. tion. The expenses of her preparationsIn The stranger, stood* looking like one ', C. L. STONE O. P. A.:J 206 West Bay St., -
''" Louisville
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Nonle Green, Complainant 1 Ky.
who has taken a Journey for a
",. In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of Flor vs. V this line are; estimated at $12.000.CASTORIA. purpose ,
Edward Green Defendant. J and found the purpose has no exist -
.!,; Ida, in andjor Voluula CoUllt). In Cnanoery. -
IE l :, : IT appearing by the affidavit of tbe coiupluinant ence. -r-
? in tbe above cause that the residence
asked the
"What with berT'
> .- \CLAaINDA DAVIS of the. defendant Edward OrsOn la to y'-want V
atttant unknowu but la believed to bo within farmer. '
Complainant.
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.,.w.:; ... '.* } the United Stateu; that tbe...defendant Edward. "Well. I have a message for her-
dl.,i_ SAM DAVIS Ureeu I.over the awe of twenty-one years, For Infant and Children. WINCHESTERFACTORY
liefendant. and that there Is no person in this Htate thu that Is, I bad a message for her but
;:il.t.\;.. sei'\Ice of process on w born would bind the she's married"
; IT appearing- tbe affidavit of the ComI defendant. V Be Kind You'Have Always Bought so long as
I ;';'. .. .. .. I 1 plainant iu tue above cause, that tne .......1I It la therefore ordered that the said de- "Who was It from?"
t lience. of tbe defendant Sam )&\'Is, ia to aUiauVunknowa l'e"lInt.o:<1wana he and he ia requiredto LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
met
I. the late We
.. ..... .ct: J but I lu believed to be within the to to the Bill of lotnululnt herein I on Bears tbeSignature ./' .A soldier of war. ''
S ..UmteU tltMteloat; the defendant,8am Darts, or the llrst Monday In Xo\ember, A. 1>. ofIt's in Andcraonvllle stockade." New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater'
, "/ ,,,.... Is over the ave of twenty-one years and tbaitberelano 1UUI being tbe second day of said month otherwise / S What was his na'meT' .
(: < \ '.' ""l'8Ol1lu tillS btate lbS service of the fluid bill will be taken a. clmfeiwed. Vn-- V r5 unjvwi ULmrThP vrnir WWmLtf -
-.. S 'process on wnoia would bind said defendant.. by tbe .aald. defendant and the complainant "Martin Rlggs. .
It Is thereupon ordered. t bat stud defendant leave to proceed ex parte as against. -----.---- ---- ,- "Oh I remember. Ethel sent looking l for reliable sh tgun'ain-
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Bam! Davis,bo and be Is required to appear tor4 rt': th..e yes, youare: V
tne BUI of complaint beruui on or before. tbe It I la further ordered that.this order be published For You V him off to the war. She was very patriotic UF the that ''shoots'wher
kind
S'l lint. Monday November' A. 1>. MuB) bein. for consecutive w/seks/ In tbe Uo- in them days. She wanted, me munition, you.
otherwise too
a the second day of said mouth and Weekly News a newspaper published. utitoLand
.Said bill wIll be taken as confessed by said and tbo Complainant: will lime leaveto lorlda. V
Si proceed., luialust him. hand and seal of Bald .i to do'my flghtln' on the farm "
ex-parte Witness my court at Loaded( Shotgun Shells: "NewRival loaded,with
S hill further" ordered that this order be published the court home. In Coanty with tbe army worm and slbh varmints V ,
tor four consecutive weeks III toe paS Florida, this let DeLaod\x.Volual.\ Ittti "
day as destroys How's Rlggs Black and loaded
S .I Laud Weekly Mews. a newspaper published in SAM't, D :t : crop. powder; "Leader" "Repeater,
of Voluula and state of Horlda. c.tu. glttin' along
; aid County i Clerk Circuit
/i Witness my band and seal of said Court at I V, )?,, "He's dead." with Smok less. Insist upon having Winchester V ..;
S. House In UelAiid Volusla Count, -

,1Court, :.i6tu day SAM'L.of September JOHUAN,A. 1>,. 1WW. :NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 'TAX "Head What a fool be was any Factory Loaded Shells, and ,accept .no others.
;. How'd be die-
-, & Seal]' clerk Circuit Court DEED U JER SECTION 8 OF way.
S By BIN FISH D. C.Georgia THAPrkK 4888 LA\\a-OF: FLOKII "Well he was all used up. He was .I : 'ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

(A.VOT1CE. nothing but skin and bone and then j.

I. hereby given. that Lit Cody. .be got sick and .wltb'. sickness came I ','
.., of Tax Certificate No. Bid, V
homesickness and to
nostalgia or ,
: Southern dated the. Bd day. ot Jnne AD. 1UU1 has.
died said certificate in my oiBoe' and bas cheer him up I proposed We should

made application for tax tle..d to I..ue0 .c- tunnel out.. We did. so and'escaped
Sit conl..nott1.11 law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property situated In .... but the guard discovered us and shot I

;l' S Florida RailwayS Volusla. A.II BlkH..imuiity Lake. Florida"Hele to-wlU- The Great Health Drink! at us.. He hit Rlggs and I carried him ATLANTIC COAST

AND"Snwauee The said land being anspaaod at tb.data ol on my shoukjer to a biding place, wherebe
the Issuance of such certificate in tbe name died. Just before the end be told
S of Hris.. Wm. LongUoluas aid certlfloate '
Klver,Route..'" ... shall be redeemed according to law tax deed Dispensed at all Soda Fountains Sc ma that be had been fighting for the ':FI.ai).xELc1 0
". wHI'. Imiiie. .10..011 0&1 the IbiU day of November love of Ethel Birdsey.: (

t. _1' A. D. MOB.wmummy "
: b ..l.IO Effect. June 28. J908X- ufltotal slgnatnroand.aval' this METTO U put. 'If you ever get out; of this and go
!' !. the latb day of October A.D. 180B. Syrup' up north,! he said, 'He.her: and tell her
: D. JORDAN t Car Line FrJ / 1.
Sen.eAMUBL Great
( for mixing with Ice water The Through
A> .ieF1yer..Qu Clerk Circuit Court of Voluala County, Fla.! that I died in.trying. to.be .worthy of
...". .. 6 fflSaii c
.' .yPa..tka.j. e. rOpm In the Summer time and her' V V V
I'" 'L..J..kM>lIylll............J 60pm '745amUuuaut V _ 4 ICONNECTIONSVf )
: "_S :.A. V..I<1011t..... ..........lI. ()II 1'11I with hot water In tjie Win-i .Tbe stranger paused for I few moments

,Ar. Tifteo..i.1...........12 83 aID ..Li RI; pm ter time. 'J ptcUllj adapted UMO .>added"There '_was 009 : it.I
'It./tr ...., >.t.A.. COSIRSIC) ...............v I to am 1 .It pm THE SENSE OF SMELL. :
.:.r"' tf'i. ,'1-i}. 'A ......n. ,....*..,......1. -, 8 40 sum 4 JI)pm&irit1.ata to faml1j-use, either as)' thing more ha aal4..but' I. don'tllks. to ITS OWN :BAILS TQ?r 1 .'

; llfiJii ;..r.":*11-' ;';.. ... ......... J. 7 IS am- '7 48pm100am Tb. At>orl..... of Peru .flaws D.T.f* V a beverage or table drink, V repeat that. It'. .sacred. TOTHt EAST"VEU' Richmond, and WsahJ9 i' I
.Il N.(]. 8... L o..ed It .Wa.der.mllr. taking the of'tea "I'd. like to hear If. stranger.. I won't I VV
L4. ...f. .Il'1\.11\ "ArCbattauoosa............ 1 00 pot I place- telL" eDn81lvaDia RaiIrOadgt
;'ft::)} f. ( "I''t'!<"3gNa5hVIiis..iS.. .,:... 6 M pm e40am Bow Inflnltely minute must be the coffee, etc. .. : ... .. V V whispered VIA ALL-RAU. '
scc.r1 \\"r" S S itt.. Caur. It.K. particle. tbat 'emanate from Ute object Jimbe Inake the dear Loolsvllls and Nashville iU
? .r 11.Loula ........,. ..T 08 am "7 tt V ,,
t" j: ," pm girl happy.. Take my place. : T V V '
which the dog In. tracking says) the V ttioii t 1 't
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: .'.;< f.: '. IrrB.a, London MalL. Yet the mutter U extremely Price. for Syrup :: t Pint, The farmer sat silent,with the loose VH.WESTVia Mobil I and Ohio'Rail '-

S.- ,. _.J'f' A,1ouiavtIl.t..I.. ..:,..... lOans .1586aml.t'i'7 divisible. The tenth part of a 26c. 1 Quart, 76.Jk Gal reins in ibis I band.. He seemed .to. bethinking .
.! ,... !80am U6pm18am Bavaanah .Dd' oaDEASY" .
_"" If''.'' &..I. JI. 8.. grain of innsk will continue far yearsto lon, fl.35. 1 Gallon 92.60. bard."Stranger > ,'
4,1 ,"r ', ...'''' ,, ,"' .h* said presently '"et Pbil* .lphU and V.TOTTH .
'fh. odoriferous
; ,; : Oil a room with its) particle Directional "" -
\i: ft**; KolMT mIQ' from Jacksonville to'Macon' and at the end of that time will Two table. you'd 'a' come here and found Ethel Vis Norfolk Ste am. teamsh -
C j!tf S I ...:t.?: H TriUoe from .PalaUa connect: Tmdoeitsv spoonfuls used to glass of ingle she'd '.' been the Ii Baltimore.. ,"
'''J:'._,, ., :;" 1-t'" ,.f .tiIbtr.tacothnorthfroin .Jacm.oo.Ule. not be appreciably diminished in water. Cost leas than 2c; Jlst gal to cry j
;")ul. Local Bleepera OR DIxie flyer train for weight by the finest balance. A cable a glass. over Rlggs rag be.consoled by yon. VIA {STEAMSHIP. ,VU Ba-smnah aDd.M V VV
S.,'fro:t.'I'' ,:1IAiIIIOo."Dlalolo.'n depot untO 'I' 00.. In. V VV V for Bait! V
But seeln' she's married there's eo& eta
i .. \\.t I'uI"lIao Buffet. 81plu. Cars from J"ck- Inch of air rising from tile flame of a no
.: -.-.:;;?....,.> ... 4(..ovll1e to 5ti! Louis vim above route wltnouoswsj Bunsen burner baa been found to contain .' Tropical l ManufactnriflgCoinpany softn'5tobe done; lenstaway .ness h,' <'Jt 'tj; cImuzs of on Dixie flyer train also the female of am %V
-'", .. no fewet'-thaD 489.000.000 dost par line.cEtbei't: ,,. husband V. re on sale
.i) "."i;) :r.hll.. ..!. .. enact sleepers ou same train. to'W I -ANO-- V bv the p
wouldn't mind IttU 0'that sort o"
be :
; oliftns-e. ticles. A drop of blood which might JiCKSOHVlLLE FIOR1DA.w a
;,l' <"f'ewX'tt'Jf.fIOIIe4Q.i: ant other Information.' HAVAN. 'New Via' ______
J. suspended from" the point of a needle thing. PVap. yon might mftke a deal York, Atlanl
.5- 4ir -i H-BAKtffEKV
: : ,\;r p t. contains, about a million of red flat' with him to leave tbe field open to you! rV-s. .. er ay. -
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-' !... <:1 .. ," aOlrllOnvru. .... V FUDQER, I rInterchaigeab1
,' t.'Or 'il- tit'Xieilte
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: and .bow..he.d.t4lte tbo .
\ P-"jOI 1" tened corpuscle Still 'though matter Sold by G.W. FISHER see message .. : Atlantic Co:

:; tfi = .G..I la .o. marvelously divisible the olfac- 5'r W.Vr.ALCOTT.. and Rlggs' plan o*'.mnkln','.her happy.: I f MIA' V'.O ,. 11
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:-1fi.. : ., ,' : 'Her man's' been try In to do/t' 'for-nigh I S prlnclpar, railroad* in .#- :Till 4 I

; on.to tUrp,*- yeflrs' and the more bo's" a&nta.; J.- ,' PaAgebt.

,tried the HIOM cnis'abie-he's. made. nor.f ." Tbrough Pullman" :;- '. CRAIG I all bo lei

-f. V."You"tnc to know all about her.* Line: also via'Atla "JPue': ,'jr

,* '"Wuy shouldn't I, .t"DIfet'aeeln.:" ; .t..'or.reaerya'lo r
.. I'm her husband" '"* .** or write: -..- _, ,''''IiW"FRANK V

1. The fanner)gave'the: 'reins'a 'melao. ;; \1.lO.. C,DO -

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@ ''!!''i'S'i''i\!; Nine of the carpenters on the College :NKW: 'l'In.UlU( \'I'lm. I crI otlrto I toto I-O-1-or.oI-O+Oi 1crL) 1 cx-oat I( -o.I t-IO.HOH; >u'E

i Arm Hotel struck .- ----

2 THEUE A SNAP IN 1>E LAND. g o morning and quit work. THE Saturday NEWS Attorney Fish Scores a Victory Be I question of a-c.:"| "my' on the

( was Informed by one of the carpenters fore the Supreme Court. Economy TB Ice bill la", one t li:-ippiala. forcibly
I to housekeeper aa
who quit that they struck because Attorney Bert Fish has just scored every hnt"ht'rs'rocers
well to ,
an
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I Bealltffll1P1ctures ForlOc ; the bosses refused to grant their another legal victory-this time before in the cafes, druggist, rest"nnrants, and, In l

. demand for separate paying stations the Supreme Court, which has fact to every one who "nn""mellke

) for white and negro hands; that the granted a new trial in the case of in hit home or buslne-s. Numerous
WORTH 25c test. and careful experimenting have

e) negroesIn Emery charged purchasing resulted. In the discovery of the HAV1X
-------.-.---. -- line on pay-day, and they refusedto !stolen grain from the Dreka ICE: PAD, which when placed In your
: put up with It. warehouse and convicted in tbe Crimi. Ice box or the Ice chamber of your refrigerator -

Just as you might expect, nal Court about a year ago. The declalon will reduce the consumption \
9) Trespass notices-printed on cloth of Ice ].; to ::13k: per cent. The' ,
,O (* you can get them if ) for sale at this olllce of the lower court was reversedand In an InjenlouHlittle divlce, the
;you a new trial granted.In of which Is one of Its great
!: Fudger & Perkins have sold their the case of Albert Tlllman, convicted ICE'and recommendations.! > All you do Is

. ( Come a to nee. Co crop of oranges on the trees at $2 per of the same offence, the decision place It on the bottom of your Ice
box. The sale made J. P. with the Ice renting upon it
was to Meyer of the lower affirmed
-- court
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-- ------ KKST.Bigelow's : .
(e IT MILL. no 'IUK:
it Co. of Philadelphia. A. Dade
and Tillman will be compelled to serve
making the purchase for the firm. out his !sentence.

( The,crop! Is! to be moved: by December ---.-_. -------- -
MpJELRQY'S | Store.
20. About half the crop consist of Itoy llamlln Injured. Hardware j

tangerines.Stove Roy Hamlin met with quite a Herl- r

and fireplace Wood-Orders ous accident Saturday afternoon +1 O-I 0'I I-o-l i 02 I o'li I >!I-o-t-t 6I-OFCf'I-f!-i4 I-0.f.C).!.C)1.(9'tf1I-C>1 o.Jo.J.o-.I! bl Clldldar

left at Hyland & Sparkman's or the While riding/: his bicycle on the Boulevard .

oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Mr. and Mrs. A. McBride: arrive White Front Grocery will receive near Michigan avenue, his 11llIV'lI"MIlIl'JlItI'Jlt.t'J1! !! : !!( !! '! t,! '! !4,'s'!<: r '4'4t4'ia44' !!:Vr'1iri1' ''t '!:41is'4't4t'1rfiVFVfl4y'f414'VhiNeFANCY !! '" !

Local and 0 o j from Rochester, N. \'., on Friday. prompt attention. Emery Baldwin. wheel collided with that of Mr. Cox If GROCERIES.5 I

Since the Both from their wheels.Mr. .
adjournment of Criminal were thrown
Personal Uriels:, g, St. Barnabas Episcopal church, next
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| 0, 'Sunday, Nov. 1st, All Saints Day Court, Sheriff Turner has collected Cox escaped injury hut Roy's t TIhave just received a tine line of Fancy GroceriesT'
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooRev. 10 children's service 1I1IJ.iO( in cash fines, and has about chin was severely cut the skin v list would take up two columns wpace ;.
a. in., 10:15 Sunday
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at in THE Nli\vs, but we wish to call: "special attention
BIWO: out bond still from around his
be scraped
on to paid. one
eye
J. E. Oates down Orlando school
went to ; 11 a. m., choral celebra rot to our Crackers and Biscuits 1'a.ckagex. Among S
on business the lir.tof the week, tlon of Holy Communion, with sermon. Call on Marsh Bros. for the Best shoulder hurt, and he was badly ,shaken ? them are : !!3

returning the following day. 8 p. m., evening service, with address Florida Meats. up and dated by the ,shock lie was I O.vsterettes %n-Lns, !
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taken
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We had some very cool weather the Miss Jessie Branch arrived on Tuea. 7.. T Blelby has purchased the Icha- E. Oate-, wheie his wounds were attended : f 4, Cheese. Sandwiches. ItnUcr. (Joins, s

first of the week. here was a little i'd'ay from Atlanta, to spend the winter od Daugharty place north of Daughrty -I to Dr. A. S. Munson took tt, Jan{ (|iietVnlVrs( t i/l'clo'k'fcis/ ( ; J Jt.i n

'k :frost Monday morning In low places. with relatives. Lake; consideration, $POO. There several stitches in the cut on the t.i. (;iniliinii Wafers, Etc., EliKennedy's -. !

The cool weather will ripen up theoranges I I All but one of the numbers In I hi re 100 acres of land In the tract, a chin. Roy has not been laid up having

and admit of their early lyceum course to be given under the cause and outbuildings. too good a constitution to allow _' CANNED GOODS Ii

shipment, and also. harden the wood auspices of the Athletic Asnociatloi ---- the loss of a few square yards (more ft,'I Among our Fine Canned Goods may he mentioned: I'1

for the cold weather to be expected of University have now been ar dlilon.Flinch Cards at_ Brill's. New gift or leas) of skill to disable him. iq J Wlllx'it lUniplcd) 111I'I'fI1'11"1 Itiittfi--Niit IVns z zh !

later in the season I ranged. The quartette! will appealin .. i:1:h I'. S. rulifornln Strawberry Herts, Clierr) ItecN.l.t'iniMi .a.j'
h .t LE.:. Wilson has sold the crop of )1, E. Church Social. t Cling 1'i'iiclies MIllKTt Kcniix, f.I
E. L. McBride and family are now December. Frank Dickaon, the t IViirs, itc.: Klc.Ve : .
range on his grove near New Smyrnato More than attendedthe .
slopping:[ at The Oaks. noted lecturer, In January: the Swisa : a New Orleans commission sixty people :;yt \ have some fine Florida, Honey and Eddy's: line Extracts $
---- I Bell Ringers in February and the college firm, reception !given i by the Epworth !il Cull and! see n>i. '
Miss Rene Montrevlllegoes to Jacksonville for 2,0)0()) cashThe Is estimated
play In March. Tickets are $1.5u crop League of the M. E. church on Tuesday 11
t SPARKMAN
RYLA1MD &
1 .It : boxes. ,
visit Miss Okle 1,800
on Monday to The
for the season, Ci,) cents for each performance evening.! new room was tas
Painter. _ If purchased separately Brill has just received a bran new tlly arranged with pretty tables, ',j.T.mrtttwirtwXXXnit'Not.\ j \ j .i/lII\ i\\//1llii4i/Illt\ \ j \/i14z1/14aiii11/jliNi j \ '4'liSGiiii4N11iit/1174r/1.t1/:14. \ j \ \ ]I4\Ir11at1.11s ,

M. Davis went down to Jacksonvillelast ---- lot of choice Candles. rockers pot plants, etc To start the -- f
Thursday to see the ,Amplified Miss Ruth Morris, who returned to --_ ball rolling and to do away with anything the Right Mini.Sheriff KoiItinHIl ('II hill' !School. s

Third Rank conferred on eight candidates DeLand the latter part of the week Dove shooting/ this section Is now / like stillness, wall-tlowers and Turner received a telegramon / The Public School Improvement Society
from the north and Is! now visiting her quite! good On Monday afternoon the like letter is stir in the
from Petersburg
by Monteliore Lodge: No.2, a large was pinnedon Saturday St. / making/ quite a "
Knights,. of Pythias. He was delighted sister, Mrs.V.. S. Taylor, contemplates ) Frank E. Bond, Percy; Compropst and each person who entered.\ Words llf, Ing: l lilm, that the negro:[ Will Gardner community already, and every parent

with the work. While in Jacksonville opening a dancing school next id O.ttes bagged 41 doves north of were formed by hunting groups, had been caught there and would ,should take hold In earnest!: and helpon

Mr. Davis purchased a horse and week, giving two lessons a weekThe DeLand. They killed about 50, but thereby making/ things! Ihcly and so be held till his, arrival. Mr. Turner this !good work. The ladies are arranging -
meetings! will be held at the Putnam the others were lost ciable. A line make for Interesting enter
trap and had them sent up to Dc Land program was renderedby found It impossible to connection some
for his daughters. hou e. MrsAllie Wilson' pianist, Marsh Bros-deal--In-the Best Florida t the following talent: Recitations at Tampa on Sunday, so he left tainments to be given:[ during the win

will assist Miss Morris. MeatsPolite attention. Quick by t MI>!Webster and Mr. VanSant of here Sunday night, and went to St. ter for the purpose of raising fundsto

Mr.: C. G. Hesse, traveling representative Mr. and Mrs-A.--M.-Heath arrived dell vcr}'. ___ the University; readings by Mr. Petersburg on Monday. On his ar carry out their plans Everyone:

of the Ludden-Cawpbefl: from <.'hicaJoYednetlday evening.Owing A >00-foot> smokestack Is being Dwight Cameron; piano duet by l\l rd. ri\'allhre, he found that the negroIn can be a member of this society, upon I
Smith Co., will spend Carnival Week Wilson and Miss Gould, and elute and custody was not Will Gardener at I payment of a small initiation fee,
to repairs going on at their placed at the College Arms
4 in Jacksonville. lIe will: be pleasedto own home on Michigan avenue, they powerhouse saxaphone solos by the Misses Baker; all, and the sheriff had his long ride whether they can attend the meetings ,

have DeLand and Volusla county are occupying Mrs. Julia heath'shouse ---- after this refreshments, consisting! of and expense for nothing. Hardener or not. .
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people make their headquarters at I They will remain in DeLanda Saturday ni/hlill/ Hallowe'en. Better dainty sandwiches, wafers and cocoa, Is the negro! whom the deputy IIbedt.1lrled
the } take off your gates and remove were served. :MOTIir.KS
Ludden-Campbell-Smllh Company to arrest In New Smyrna. After -I
couple of weeks, then return to --- -
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storeroom, the corner of Day and your hanging sign. for the occasion.C. escaping to New Smjrna, Card-! Who. would keep their children in
Chicago and come back later In the -- MUsJ. Lucrna Spalding, teacherof
Main streetsand will show ,)h"I.1atdl [for the tiritsjmptonis
themevery ner went to Palatka wbere he was good health
season lor the winter. T. Klicker has taken charge/ of vucal and piano may be consulted
courtesy In hill power. the repairing", and pressing department at her residence: Ill Michigan avenue pursued by the sheriff and a deputy ( of[ norms and I remove thet.i:
t Harry Winters was in town from of Klicker Bros.' l East. CI"" e-4 fur children in the and made his escape. A day or two with \\'lute's Cifinn: Vermifuge.! It I u
: Mr. and Mrs.! Samuel H. Webb whow.'t tailoring es- rudiments of singing/ and piano playing the children's best t.nic. It nets digestion -
Jacksonville a day or two the first ol and later Gardener was arrested by a conductor
abllshmeul
well and known in proposes to push the a specialty '* their [food dues
., were so favorably at work '" ,hat
the week. on the U. S. and F. railway and
DeLand a few years ago, have moved -- -' Gardener them t good and llii'.v Jorul(11' healthy
locked In the caboose.
from Hart Ocean Mich to The Cranford Club, and the gentlemen was up 1 and ,I runl5.( .: stall dnufgisfl
county o-.o.o.oo..o..o..o o-O+O..oo-"o+
'fl'0'0.0o jumped from the train while It : ---
.s.-'. Chicago being located at 4117 Lake. : friends of the members, was entertained ;;;;;; hour and .
was running thirty miles an 1'hs. lao'I' .. e'unq.anio.. In Itie4.
of .
avenue, with their son Harry and hir at the home IlrV A.
third time
made his escape for the Tar: YUITU'Sl'o :
'eartllncl'earie
familyIn writing directions to Allen Wednesday cveninir. There gyp NS\ :1 i THAT IS CALLED I lie appears to be as hard to hold as a As n'\SIIJS the } endeavors keep pace
'x change the address of hU paper, Mr were seven tables at the cinch !Cam,'. \'0-005 to wn.tke. with them In all that is wise, beautiful -

Webb says: "No one appreciate: Mr. Woodall and Mis. Powe won the "A BIRD." -- -- -.- and progressive: amt not only to -r =Yi

w. ; THE NKVVS and your stand on local I llrst pri/es. !Refreshments were served In SWeetnt$5 and tenderness, our A line boy was burn to Mrs. McBride: retain but to deserve the honorable It hold

::it; ': affairs any more than Harry wife andI. 'iy, the hostess and lady friends. Friday lat t, at the home of her and in the exceptionally:confidence high and! 1 place atlection of

All are in usual health." :JC>FI. mother, Mrs. Yeargln. Dr. l JI\'I attending three !generations. of readers. The
The Rubbletiubtub Club
announces
In all branchesof ;
J. \V. Smith and wife, C. O. Boji"-I tour social evenings for the present clo.-cly resembles young chick. physician.----- /greatest literature living!continue authors to contribute
season. All will be given at the Put. I en. But It has that line, nutty
stun and family and Earl Smith arrived ) r' Watts & Miller's -ndertakllll' : }IK- to It.
from Galesburg, 111., the last of n t m. The first will take place; t.,. l llaxor mi noticeable In the flesh handsome Among the important ccrlesof ar
;1\\ has ju-t received a the occupationof
lartmont he on
{ tides will one
of corn-fed It U
night, and the others on November 13 ? plj8. good
the week and are now comfortably I funeral carone of the finest the farmer In many parts of the
and 27, and December 11. roasted or broiled and brings/ in Ireland, In In
located in their home on North Boule outh of Jacksonville.J. world in England:
vard. ; l \ f forth expressions of pleasure --'----- din in Argentina/ etc.
-- Mrs. W. A. Smythe arrived from a j from those who / niiouncetnent Numberof
.e C.' (' partake of it. \\'. Fudger is In town. The annual
a Superintendent Fish made ollicial Owego, N. Y., the tirst of the week, 'Tin: COMPANION( describing. the
visits to several schools In the north visit to her Senator and principal features of rue COMPANION'S
on a parents, THE MARKET 'fhe Board of County Commissioners [ : new volume, will be sent to any
end of the county this week. He :Irll.V.. H. Bristol. This is Mrs. and County School Board meet onIonday. address, 'ree.

,/ found the schools at Seville, Pierson Smythe's first visit to DeLand 12 or E. .L. Mclirlde, THE" \\ The new subscriber! for 1M)4! ) will receive
and McGlon progressing favorably. 13 years Manager. CORNER all the Issues of TlIK COMPANION
---- Jacksonville's great Carnival Week for the remaining weeks of I'.HU:

t: Master Asa McBride entertained a O. O. Fanning, who spent, summer ..0..O'fl'fl'o.O.fl'O'fl'O.O..O.'P'0"0.8'fl.'O.O'fl.fl..O..O.fl'0' }begins on Monday next. Hundred of free from the time of Calendar subscription for;
nt '. number of his boom friends at the i traveling Alachua and volusia\ Volusla county people will attend. also THK.: COMPANION twelve colors
In
lithographed
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counties the Interests of publish -- ---
r home of MararetYoodall/ Monday a
afternoon, In honor of the fourth anniversary i' ing house, 1 if ft on Monday for Oxford, uslness for all there Is in it. He is I THE: NEWS will receive a full tele; Monday! Is legal salemlay.R. ;and !g'ohl.1'1I1: '1' )t"1'H'S COMPANION: ,

little folk Ga. to re-enter Emory College. forming a pressing club, agreeing! to 144 Berkeley Street UoSTON.:\ ( M ASS.Kvf .
of his birth. The graphic report of the foot ball gameIn 'A. Shine of Orlando, traveling/ -- .
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all had a good time. Dainty refreshments H. J. Wilmshurst returned hone on keep suits pressed and cleaned at the I Tampa tomorrow afternoon, and represenatlve.aiulF. I'. Bearingcaal: ,- -I' --|>.-. tin- F..rt VVnrm Nod l>ry.Alliii's .
were served. ate of $1 per month for each mem will Issue an extra for the benefit of Irisiiraiue Konl-Kiiiis. : H pi" ilP.. Itt
Mutual Life for
of the
Saturday. He spent about four monthsIn i >r, \.k tuduy .
ber. N No llvn..'',,,,11""'. Sure AI b-
f' Miss Josie LI ml ley left on Tuesdayfor the mountains of North Carolina. those Interested In this great gamp. Companyarrived In DeLand. last night I il"111">K,'s 1',1'1 1'hilbllttos nil .1 i',,",kin ma,11,1INtal., "

; West Palm Beach, where she willd The Ministerial Association of De- Watch for the extra. I for a few days', stay. .netsn: '.

the winter months with her sls- Dwight Cameron killed a large rat Land elected officers for the ensuing ----- -

DaCamara.. tlesnake on the shell road between year on Monday morning last, as follows oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooI
DeLand and Orange City at 2:28: !!} : Rev. A. Smith, president; Rev. 0

1' -t: De ford vice-president of the Thursday afternoon. He saved six J. E. Oates, vice-president; Rev. J. E. g g gg

r d Land Company, was In rattles and a button to prove his Mickler, secretary and treasurer. It I >< STORE NEWSK- I
r'1\ Monday and went to the
.. .! prowess. ____ __ was decided to hold Thanksgiving service -
., t' I '._ }' 'f the county with Sec re- Capt. D. B. Paxton has sold his in the Baptist church, Rev. A. o o 0 0
' /k; ilson on Tuesday to con o
o
turpentine and land Interests at )Haw Smith to preach the sermon.
1 o o
,, turpentine operators .A. :D .A. db co.
G.
Creek, and, with Mrs. Paxton, has o .. o
to the sale of num- at the Baptist o o
;
,y nc.e moved to DeLand. C.aptaln Paxton Services on Sunday o 0
.s bodies of land. church will be at 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.: o 0
will retire from business and enjoy Blanket;;
4 o ago we otfered a Very JooIIl) Cotton js o
In the morning& the pastor will preachon o .$1*1.\10 .9; I o
K .finery at Brlll's. the rest of his life.ers SOMETIME the first boy or girl Heavy quality long tiber
"What think of Christ". Sunday o and combed face .1.2.i \ ? o
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1 *, t __ __ .. ye o report to us the Extra o
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7 1 -- ----- -- ---- --- school at 10 a.m.; 13. Y. P. U. atU.J5 o mistakes in our ad. Eva': Klicker, M Good wool ml ted . .1.rO to, 2 00 o
o old reported the mistakes Our Stetson white lllanket .2.50 0
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: p.m. Both residents and visitorsare o years o
and received the cash prize. Now Choice 10 4 lied and Pink border -
o of th store o
cordially invited to these services. o we offer another. ] . . . . .4.0, ) The ambition\ > o
o / wool .5to 7 ,iO{ o
Htei have
At the First M. E. church the pastor o We will give away 150 stamped j Silkaline 1I'f'1I..real Knotted Comfort . 1.005.. never sleeps\ : and we o o

will preach next Sunday morning o o pieces, and will give a cash prize of Real nice one, laminated rollout :2.Kxtra .> higher aims all the time o

h' at 11 o'clock; subject, "Broad men at o $1 for the best embroidered I piecedone : quality . 1.73, to 2.,1) o
o . 1.00 and intend to keep our business o
he narrow gate". Sunday school at o by a .girl under 14$ years old; White Spreads, single o
. 1.00
double o
o White Spreads, '
& 10 a.m., Epworth League at 6:45: p.m. o the only condition we make is, that WhlteSpreads.maruallcs patrnl.OO methods up with the o

Evening service has been recalled on o o you buy the silk or sllkallne from White Spreads, satin face 2.113 front I No matter o o

\ rny account of temperance mass meeting.The o us. Don't hesitate to come and ask J to. ,. .. .. . . .. . .30.3 ran \s.: o
o o for the stamped pieces. We also These are real beauties, light where you live will send o o

union temperance meeting will o o offer prizes to the big people. This and nice SHEETS. samples when requested.o

t. be held at the Presbyterian church o cold spell makes every one look af Sheets, ready made In full size. o

v next Sabbath evening, under the dlection o o ter the Blankets, etc., you'll .get a Pillowcases ready cut to use.Pillow length.. o o
tubing
any
of W. C. T. U. Hope and o surprise in pair of blankets o
'a 'AY, the o every New Shirt Waists and Skirts, o
t Its Fruition will be the theme of the o you buy here this season. So much eclally< for DeLand and lJW o

morning discourse. The Sabbath o o better than you ever bought be warranted to lit. No such goods o o .
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fi le and o fore. ever shown here before. o
d school will meet at 10 a.m. study o o ..
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CRSAat. the lesson of Absolom's rebellion. So g o


kin nd st 'cial 7:30: prayer p.m. All service friends on and Wednesday strangers at 0oCS I A. D R ii KA & 0 O.o I ,

.1, ') aR are cordially Invited to all services.


W. W. Watts was initiated into the 8.. ,,1 RY GOODS, CLOTJIING, SIIOES, BATS, MILLINERY, ETC. '.8.80

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pour OflIfNGE. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo LAKE MEL Efi. 1"1"J
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Special CoiruDluinilunct'Port .. pechll COri't'I'tt1titCe.' .
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Orange! (tober :27.! -:Mr. and Orange City | Lake Helen October :24! .-H Is not "Following\ a about

Mrs. Hunter from :Miami have been O O often that one sweet potato will makea whose ad I'crtlcnlt'nl",

, visiting their sister, !Mrs. 1) DupontMra. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOiange meal for two fair sized families; THK: !NbWs.: : As! we and new

Fox arrived(J bORIC from New City, October :28.! Born, to however, such Is the case. Among/ out of our columns all I /

, York, where she has been &penilhi, :Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Roberts, a son, many large! ones dug by Mr. Hurst", pernons' we have no lr :'

4 the summer. Her trI hall done her ;a October :oth.! one was found that \\eltrhed jj 7) poundVe omuitndlng, tlw"el ho :

S J great deal of rooil.: Mrs. S. C. Fuller came home from \ might add, he used some of I K.: O.) foulIIlllI the follow'I Ing :

Mrs.Y.. Hoe arrived from their her visit In Smyrna Thursday evening Painter's special fei\'tili/er. tutor*:usVV. !! I

: k summer bouieon Lung IslandVedne&.. and brought her son Bert anti Mrs.. Francis l returned to her Soutl.- VV. All.olt ., .
h Ktlmiil.. *|'IHIVIIIIIIIVV '' | one application
l day and Is occupying their beautiful wife with her. Bert Is not well lie era home last Thursday having been 'hiir, I'mitt (,1'itciIHtl i I .>' ;

t home on the banks of the Halifax. came over here to recuperate so he North on business for severaleeks.. ttI"U". II..t:-. 11.

i Col. floe is expected in a day or two. can go back on tbe road again. J. P. lUchards wall on the sick list a (4. A. lln.U.I. X (l....
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for
Mr. Havens left Tuesday nljflit! Mr and Mrs. McGraW of DeLand few dajs. .

Coronado where he i is to install a new have been visiting !Mr. and Mrs. Wm.ICohuan Some grapefruit Is. being/! shipped It.KI'.U'tiU: ('ISN .-. ,

SI I engine in ,1. Y. Detwtier's launch.Mr. for a few days the last of last from this" place by 1Ieilsrs.lace.! VV II. Fimlirvrti.AK'4IIITI1S ..
.AMI W \ :
,. and 1Irs. Jas Dondinville ar tv cc k.Mrs.. make and C.: 13. Pelton. I
Hi 11\ .v Ki'nl .
rived from their Illinois home Thursday :
Hudson, who has been spending Last Friday, Saturday and Sunday Scott I Iliulirkllis
f evening: and are occuyIng: : ) their
the summer with relatives in were j just about cool enough to still-- 1I11t'UUS'I'NI' si.t
Florida home.
Chicago/ returned Wednesday. She a blight! coating of front was found in W. .\. .Mli-ll... Co.
Mr. J. H. t'ase is bulldinif; an addition U. W. tHlclII
f, ( III settled again in Uosebuah cottage.Mr. low placet.. \W do not care for anymore .
t to his home on Dunlavvton ave. .\ltltVVAIIIItlClCI: .t: ., :
. \Vtn. )Kolinan made a business if you please.Mr. .
I I. !Mrs. H. H. Kobiri-on: 'left la-t weekto Iliut-lou I Iliinluiiif i MOII.VVuttn.V. '
trip to Smyrna Friday last week. and Mrs. Van :Xandt are e-- M llIIl'I'1"" i
join her husband in Cuba. I Her I
down 8110n.1I..Ch..llh.K. )\1 t'r1.: ) .%It K t:
mother Mrs Itobinson: hen from Cards: are out for the marriage of pected very .
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Mill-h I iii
her that *he und the chIldren arrived Miss Anna Bal rid/'e! of Brad o.k. Iliue '1 lit* :Mi I l ket oil I In. 4 0"11"1'" I
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safely in H'tvana. 'enn., to Mr. Clifton Harris of St. .,link. i'( Itl CS III, mi let an ti miuiat*. *>T.\IIIt'titll\: :.*)

,l [I'rancis, Tla. October 25th. 1''II't' iliiiu' shy u \Miul. wlf..11 ckunllitf\ house: .
(-. II.! Ill'III
V. C. arrived from Palm
S Savage \\ulk \tlii'iv.>on \\III. In. v\t-i'y louin J. A. Kl.U.k*HIA )I ...
"'! Beach Monday, btajed here a day and Mr. Whipple of Louisville.. K}'., y"u'll niiddimt-imii' mi>|>. sunpoi I biuoin, 'I'Tnll Fl': \T ,
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A1 then went over to I'eL.uul' to attend came In on Saturday. He was a guest Not II cliuli* to Hit In. till loiulfil. lion, :

t to some legal bulneHS.Mrs. of the Freeman house until Monday No Momlfi Jin.k H cinl/). iiiul", I wi-iiu u f liuwn .1.Hut I':I. H-li Ah' III1I"I' t

I I up iiI) iliml 1 on tinII,HU. .1. %v. I'i'klis' .
. Meti purchased the lut bouth Wilelh.llHlI.I hi'l' II Its"'I S all sin i': ,
I'Hl !>U INH ANt: !xl
he has tine
I of the school house and has the lumber a orange grove. I'ptftmrs I hl'II"Ullllo ilna' clean slit it,
Mrs.. McCormick and daughter. Nel- Cu lit tint,, ] u tbill..IIII'. 'IK ,1 III" oJlI" d Ih.t.t I i I':'. T. .\n<'ii.
on it to build a home. \ l.l.i. /. Km ,utkfUIMHMI ,
S lie, and :Mrs. St. John and daughter, t o lie ,,1111"ii u box, or JM'l'Imps' 11 till t'tin. A. I'm' H!
I' Doctor: rhiBois, has a crew of men Anti Wgiiitis I II hilton' d"nlllM'lInnO)8 eciI11HI1. '>' John Mm I limiiniiiA. i ; J} WEL.
helen and
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Percy King, our genial S. MIIIIHOII. .
his I house Iluibi-rt a .
repairing on ye.It.IIH : :
: agent at he junction, had a picnic, But Jink In H luio; ,'uolu,'t' I it ,liu will I>to.'I"'I':: 4.

and fishfry on the river SUlIlla}'. They lie tint.lit* tImid meek kit'p his tulttflle mill I W. S. '1'11)1 1,1i.srut..tI," All Linda of

D r TO/(". report a pleasant. time. H e'it nb 1st ii. "I'tlnir, 55 lif pun up ''till stoxr, : :, IEIl.:
Do nil to .pltufu. lii'l., the ili-ui' I Illllf dos". : ]'> .
Mrs. Edwin Spencer and friend of III: JllMUIIIilA I
) fiom" the fliioIttNtv.Capt. lie ntHitgtlown Htulis to ..Ih'r bH. lielp
llnli. IIIIIKOIIMinn .
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Cassadaga were here Sunday visiting : ] 1
J. li. I'arkin-on has recovered Stepaon) u tin'k 1111,11111<'1'011 j" Ip, II. VViitrlit I f

fro In his hickness. and Is now out of her )parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vreeman. KiilMt'tH to lie' iloi'He. poetf till 111 II punt- Alt HI ItAflS 1CN. ..c QI ,

Miss Cady,aunt of Mrs.! S. M.! Morse, He unit limiHi-t'IrHiilMR I me ,11'1'1< ..tilt' out itllltilil i Altttliul. < .
the hopi tal. He I will probably remain 1..1111) |
\\1111101 I sift p on I be ii.Ii. lull i'I I hour,
-S in Texas, for several days. looking'a passe away Tuesday morning at ll:30 I.L.shIt.lt, II UNI :' ( -
Jet :Nor; "-11 t tilt II liov III I the Hliuil u in inoiv.He
matters of business.Miss o'clock. Services were held at 10 a. 'H ,III"" with It nil. RO tie must /Hoiiil I.uiiilit,1 i' lompiim) ( '
ra., Wednesday at tbe house, Ftev. A nil lvrt\e WI lie). home to bunt tlie dIms?. John.. 'I'. ,'ilillis \lAltn )
: ", Mabel Minghaui, daughter! : of IIOII-IS: Ill> V1CU1N4.
read
lalliday officiating. He a partof -- -- --- ;
C. M. Blngham: pas-ed through the Episcopal) burial service and IlLtincIt' 1 llonti'I I -
l' ( V.
.I4't'tlIIg.
\' I llcnisf
' last Fi ilay on her way to in in l
poke a short time from the words: -
U Jiliut-
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where -hc ha* a patient. Miss The members of Lorlntf/ Camp: No. ,
There shall be no more sea, words l \\'tI.I.: IIJCII.I.I ,
[ [ I It a trained nurse connected l.j2S: Unlttd Con federate'eteran4, S
of St. John when the sea divided him 1I.l.III1"'"
the St. Auuuxtlne hospital.A will attend a meeting to be held at
from his work and brethren. The )\1 tI\t..U.: .\11\ lit: I l :: : : I : J I I.I.. Ii.
DeLand on Tuesday, November :W, ,
1 meeting was held at the City Hall tlrtSt hymn sang!: was, ".J eHUS, Lover of (tilt t5 'TltslHi H>4 1'1011I| || '1" H"IIII.
Tuesday, evening, the purpose of :ly Soul by the congregation with 1SIOJ.]\ : Hy Order of Hoi,uIs I'M'imliitloiml
I. U. M. BENNETT: W. S. THANKH.Adjutant. l 1'Ii." i'll'I'tlS' 11111.10'11| :ui ui, l '
which was toelect three names to he Irs. True at the piano. !Mra Dade I'IHI011II'I
-S 30 1903
the ballot for bond trustees Coromandant.NtW i'lu.i'i |null. I Mn' nit I t5unt tmliiM: i ,
placed on l'Ianat/ close of service a solo by C. I"it'. \lili, '4' :Ni'i. lily
About fifty voters, were )present and A. White, "Tired." It was finely ren- -------- Vint.,. ot 1'iniliilMiinlmltiiu I .\ .
'II"'UI"'IIII.I -
: B SU
SMYRNA. tson
perfect harmony prevailed. AfterC dered. The remains were taken to llcililni I I, *
/ II. E. lliiiklinMIOKil\ I.n. to the De.I -
,, ll'cusslnthe! / waterworks and ewer- the depot by the undertaker, W. M. Ili-nm from tlie Ititeze. I!

. t t/ age questions, to quite an extent the "eargin of DeLand. The remains Arthur Simmons, the little son. of U'ini'limit! 'r Ai'in:'ti"" <.....\HM'':" ) :< : : .. ) :' I .aw Depart

1 following gentlemen were selected as were sent to Concord, N. II., where Perry Simmons, died at his home at .1. :'"'\IMIM, .\"III* A 'I 1'noli'.. :; ( Hir.

I favorable to those present. for bond. they will be laid at rest in the Cady Hawks Park Friday night/ after a few li{.VII.VV'.\\' AMI; "'H'K:.\ c"n.: : i ( \ : :; will' rir-rlda r of the

tru"teellIe".r: ,;. S. II. \",' days' 11.1111'111111".1111..1, | | I-|oi. I 1 I I ) <, r.
Greene and J. A. Hendrlcks.Adam This community shocked Tues- conducted: by llev. K.: H. U) ron". IjiuHvlllfiiixl. :N.i; .In'III- I: :; ) is
Hnl .I.Ill. hifl: 1'lIu., 1I1I11wlIlhllllh'I'.1 .
SchanttaiUd on his return day by the report that F. !M. Rust of The Interment was in Hawks )Park ,\I J.lnt' .... I

trip to Dayton, O, Tuesday afternoon, Vllkcobarre. Penn., bad died a feways cemetery Sunday afternoon.C. "CIKM>IS ,\:0. II 4111 : I I I I I | | .L. FL.. J )0.

after spending} ten days In I Dajtona.Mr. ago from heart failure. We were D. Abbott returned home Triday .p,Itill 11 Mi l ..ti ou lnl\rsit, .. I I I | I ,, o. I

Schant/ was very much pleased looking/! for him and his wife here any from Uretton Woods, N. H., where he I'.U:'ti.. -t1.ttF.t'I : ., Ft*.

with the growth of Daytona the past day, as they had written they were filled the position as clerk at the Mt. M,'utliMllllKtiii "

t I summer. He informed the Gazette- coming to occupy their cottage! this Washington hotel, one of Price & An

I II News that himself and family expect winter. They have a great many derson's popular niiiumer resort,

. I' to be here in January, and will spend arm friends! here who deeply sj'mpahle Charley's many friends are pleased to

the balance of the winter. lie says with the bereaved family. have him with us again. He will Le

: he cannot see w hy anyone t-hould be Mrs. Martin of East: Orange C'ltyeturned at the Ocean House again/ this winter

:) opposed; to a system of waterworksand home Tuesday. evening/ from where he has gained a host of friends

I sewerage/( for Daytona) for after her visit In Headers, Ala. She left among the tourists by his genial and

, tbe residents once have had the benefits her daughter quite well.A obliging i inner..

of them they would not he without dreadful accident happened hereabout
r" On Wedxesday:: el'enlnO.tober/ : 14,
I them for anything. noon Wednesday. Kohert B.ir.
..... Miss Helen Oshorn /ellwood and
S enhart's second "son, Lee, was out
Claud II. Vrooman of New Smyrna .-....
Jtc'iud I IJ'omlh" .Joii runt.S bunting and shot himself. He:' died In- .
were united In the holy bonds of wedlock The Hon Amos P.
Fred N. Conrad arrived from New stantly. of the most pioiiniient,
at the: home ot the bride's parents
' -- -- - --- Iinl. iiinl Trea
. -1' York Friday, well recovered from his Allmm\ .
at :/.elUouc), llev O. W. Butter
inUtoe
S S Con tit v. IMS tins! '
.
late Illness. lIe has! Impro'ell'ery Tbe Bishop palmetto fiber factoryin
of Methodist: church utile lating. ulio lire- shut hill| \Mtliin
: S .' rapidly the past two weeks and (U gladto Jacksonville burned last veek. fines, of ortice or shop. l l'I :

'::1' "" be at the helm of the Merchants The big fire of May, 1901, was ciwsd -I A HOLD, HAD UUItlll.AU. Dr 1'ierct '5 Ijulilen; :' ,-,

Bank again. by the burning a fiber factory, Last Sunday night! some one entered 8eeni to tuki. tlic place of t ; ;
thc baggage room at the depot di.-\flupniK; stuiiitlli\ MK; !
:
S O. O. Burgojne: has purchased. from and a movement baa been started to ( ot tile .i-vslt-ni anti xpullmK ) |
! themanufacturers.it: Hartford Conn.. >reveut the operation. of fiber fl\n.1 I and took out a trunk belonging/! to a .Aitli uhlcli: tlie blood .. !

i';" S and had ...hll'pclto\ Daytona a 'M.miO) tories within danger limits of other drummer. Evidence pointed to Will elo eticithat Il"II. I it h.l\etublts'"1 roiintl mile liy tu"'

r automobile. It Is said to have a record nnldmgs.MORPHINE. I I Gardner! and later he was seen with I work iiiul III tin: Hntiiu : :

r of (fifty-live miles per hour. several articles taken from the trunk. :' y>hMCtl' "trun: anil part.
Tuesday morning he pawned a rubber vim ill outdoor spoiti
Mr. Chittinden\ Is! occupying his newc know of. It can al\\aA
coat and other articles to T. J. !Murray to iiK.rei.ithe. appttite.
,ittage, corner Hiilgewood, and\ First ?' and on Investigating they provedto ulei-p and tone and r..rr..

avenue. It I H a neat cottage!: of eight system.
be articles taken from the trunk, "A nuinbir of mj ftienils,
!;. rooms with bath room, IIttt'lllIh which was.. conclusive that Will was it bpeak in the saute htuh
plumbing and electric: lights and pro have reason to consider it
S -- the guilty party. A warrant was obtained friend."
vided with a water tower. The \location -
: -'T1\i\
for his arrest and placed In the Dr. Pierce'8 ioMen :\ ... S. -- :
Is one of the finest In the city.
hands of Deputy Sheriff Harry Sams is a blood purifier and

Dr. I' [t. Bennett arrived from Urbana \VIiy Keinaiiii a Slave When to serve. The negro became suspicious tonic that contains no : -yo- '-

t. Ohio He was accompanied other narcotic. It is a
Friday. !
that Harry was after him, and, made from
compound,
V by Miss Fay Paulson. Mrs. You Can He Cured l 5
with the help of a few friends, who .In an up-to-date ) .

p Bennett and her friend, Miss Morri warned him from time to time, managed tory. and has been .

son, will arrive later. Tbe DOl.torl' at Home. : to evade Harry, so the warrant mended bv thousands! of
the past thirt}'-seven! }'
brought a line touring automobilewith .
was placed In the bands of Lewis Pellicler I S

a capacity of six passengers, and -- Jr., who cornered! him In I ur.ray' $3,000 FORFEIT Pel f
In the the World's Dispensary! \ : .
will be ready to participate :
meat market under the pretense ciation / S
Proprietors I I ,.,)(J
l' : January lace on our beach. An absolute permanent and painless of lending him some money on a watch they cannot .show the t
.. Wit .
-- -- -- --- of the individual\
<
home cure for Morphine, Cocaine, chain. When Lewis went to place
testimonial and also of "
The rebuilding of Jacksonville Laudanum, Opium and other drug him under arrest the negro made a every testimonial among ,, *&

t, goes merrily on. Fifteen building habits Is guaranteed those following dash for the door, running against which they are N' .

r permits were granted last week. Instructions.. Our treatment is very Lewis and knocked him down. Oscar thus proving their aehuig -J

simple and can be taken without the Ross, who was In the market, a'- S : S"
MlflK 'II I.Mi I: ( i"3"
knowledge or assistance of other per tempted to stop the negro and received < S

sons. \"e do not detain you from business a lick over tbe bead with a Trains on the :

and eacb case receives individual club for his trouble. The negro mae! are scheduled to 'leave .
HolidayGames rive at the DeLamt, .. :
his It H said he had
l-. treatment from an experienced nerve good escape. LEAVE I S S
specialist. Relief U. immediate. Appetite just been released from the penitentiary :; S
For tlin north. N'". In.... ... / .
la restored at once and sleep For I he south, N o. :as.( ... .. : m .

becomes normal at the beginning of AHHIVE
I From thisouth.. No. 41)') .... ::! .
the treatment. We restore the nero ROBBED THE GRAVE.A From the uui't li. :No.; :.l'i J ..... : I Tttt

vous and physical systems to their startling incident, is narrated by ::0; IfJ liT TItAIO:; of ani ."4 .4t(
FREE Train No. 21. from tht<
natural conditions because' we remove
Oliver of Philadelphia. follows.:
John as
.
umil Jiiiutlon( at I:15, u. in, :: : by the '
the causes of the disease... "I was in an awful condition. My skin the south arriving lit lJi-L. -7' S
sunken Jl1I I:: n. m., nnt met I II)' hiuka ( t S f
almost jcllow. tongue Ati
was eyes an
Stilt mull and. lirlnv piisH" ,
FREE TRIAL, TREATMENT coated, pain continually in back and Tile tare on these hacks In itt) :: :
S Insido each pound package of showing the perfect support our remedy sides, no appetite, growing weaker day: ---. ::::: ::::::: :: Co;

by day. Three physicians had given me A S
will be sent on request. Confidential
gives up. Then I was advised to use Electric M. M Austin of \

ISLion Coffee correspondence, especiallywith Bitters, to my great joy, the first bottle knew what to do in the ett.

physicians solicited. Write today made a decided improvement. I His wife had such an .

for our free book which gives our continued their use UH. tree weeks. stomach'an I liver '

FREE terms etc. and am now a well man. know they could not help her. He
will be found came. references, ,
robbed the grave of an her victim. tried Dr. King's New
; 60 different amcs. All new. MANHATTAN THERAFECTIC: ASS'N., No one should fail to tr them. Only she got relief at once

Dep't. :B., 1133 Broadway, New York I 50 cents, guaranteed, at V. A. Allen's cured. Only 25c, at VV .
/ S. At Your Grocer's. aAd Gco. W. F ahcr'. ;dt g store Ceo. W. Fisher'a drug '

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