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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: November 6, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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.
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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Vol.:,xvil, No. 46. DeLand, Yolusia County, Florida, ,Friday, November 6, 1903. $1.00 per) Year :

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-w.THE'LBtDINOProfessional -=' OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo STETSON 5, TAMPA 0. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo I O-O! +O+O. :,, :''IIJ;;'! .

"' t andBusiness g County Fathers' g i | School Board's SaTWe invite i to our fine line of Canned; Meats. We .;!
Crowds Eagerly Watched for The believe that weave the largest assortment and the most choice i il ,

Men o o Monthly Session. o\ News' Football Extra. O November Session o o quality ever brought to DeLand. ... )

-OF DB I. ,ND.- 00000000000000000000000000 There was great excitement around ooooooooooooooooooooooooooCOUNTY ,
Lunch Tongue Lamb's Tongue
a regular monthly meeting of THE NEWS office Saturday night. School Board met on j
r EBVtoA2BAERECHEH.D: : .,
J TIlE Board of County Commls Scores of students and towns-people ( with all members Lobsters Premier Salmon JuJ?

Physician and Surgeon.New 'was held Monday and !gathered to learn the first news of Chairman Chandler Potted Meats Potted Chicken )

Tuesday. Present, Chairman the result of the Tampa-Stetson football presiding.The Roast Beef Corned Beef
York Ave., DeLand, Fla.. Offlce Hour 'j
," .. BondCommlasloners Brooke Murrayand game. E, F: Gates and J. Hall superintendent was instructedto
.. 11)A.M tol M.t.WLaudt to" M.n Sliced Bacon in jars Etc., Etc., Etc.
% McBride. Brumsey were the managers! of the furnish supplleafor Barbervllle a .,
_ BO. A. DAY-IS. M. D., Road and bridge reports were madeas extra a neat little twelve-page paper school. ..

"s. Physician) and Burgeon, follows: District No. 1-Repairmen gotten out for the occasion. The remit The superintendent was instructedto WAUKESHA BUTTER We continue to brag !

,' Office Bourn 8 A. ...to lit M.| 1 to & and 7 to Lake Ashby and Lake Helen road./ of the game was telegraphed in i employ assistant teachers for about the 1 Butter we ,,'

:t::Bpeumi w.rY1I attention to mldwlfey and aurgery: i No. Pineatrawlng on. North Bou- full. As soon as the papers were from I Orange City and Oak dill if the handle-and why should we not do so, when our'customers
I i' Jalla auuwured at any Uuur. Office lu realUuncu levard. the press seven newsboys started out, trustees would pay one-half the sala- "Once
declare. it is the best Butter in town. t ta
iuuiana Avenue, west of Court
.tio........., No. ;3 Completion of plnestrawing yelling' "Ex-tra" at the top of their ry. ._ "
7:' ..j.. DeLeon and Dougherty/ roads. voices. The extras were taken uplike' George/ Richardson was appointed customer, always a customer.

""' ... jOtfii MAODIARMID, M. D., No. General repairs. hot calves and must have proven supervisor of McGlon school, No. 4. I

I;! Physician and Surgeon.A Pension claims were allowed as follows i good advertisement for the two doz. The superintendent was instructedto WHITE FRONT GROCERY. I

: Fannie M. Coleman Nlel Mor :n merchants who took space. The supply teachers' desks for Braddock -
General not
i kt Practitioner a Specialist. _
,r. Omoe over FUhur'a Drug Store lloura: "tot neon Eliza Jones, C. W. Gramlin i follow!h/r/ teJ&tjgM )hic account of the and Port Orange schools and
Jilt 1.to 4.and 1 W>H.. Daniel Cllf tox, Jr., Elizabeth Nell and fame iataken"f tom the extra: desks for Holly Hill, Daytona and 4O. >+O MO+<>+O-K>4O-rKM"M. *OOM>MMOKM'OO-rOW>+{}*

Elilao Purdom. By telegraph to The News. Braddocks.Ed. -
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following resolution was Smith was granted
n t : pre- Tampa Oct. :31, 5.30p.m.: -After be. permission I,
.Homeopathic; .PLyeiciun.. oK sented and adopted: 1 Ilg hospitably entertained at the to patronize the Daytona school.
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--. Office aeoon'd door itontVor Vlabot't drug.&ol'4oomue Resolved that the board hereby instructs t'dlmetto House, and being royally Tbe resignation of Miss Nellie Manna DRUGS JEWELRYStationery
Mount: N 9! *. la A.. M-t 1$ to 6.....%toSurgeonDentist. Pierson
II P.M..:,..'w,? }t..'... '"l' ,.' I Commissioner Rodgers to co treated by the Tampa boys, Stetson assistant at was received
t c "'- L struct a twelve-foot draw in the returned the compliment by taking I, and accepted and she was appointed

r D w.S.TAYLOIa, ;yy 'I bridge across the Florida Coast Line the game from them by a score of five as teacher at Emporia. Watches, "

Canal and Transportation Company'scanal to nothing. The game was called at Tbe action of the superintendentIn Huyler's Candies, Clocks,

near Bulow, upon condition Chat 2:30: on the Tampa Bay grounds, wherea appointing Miss Carrie Boyd as assistant Kodak Supplies, Silverware, .
Office over Fliiber't Druu Store, DeLand Fi. said canal company donate the sum large and enthusiastic crowd had assembled at Ormond upon the resignation / Florida Souvenirs, Optical Goods' '

of 1150 toward the construction of said Mr. Smith of Tampa and of Miss Brar ley was approved. Toilet Requisites Fountain Pens, I
ALEXANDER
.. JAMES B. draw # r. P. Compropst of.Stetson were theo William Fagin"and John Smith of Dr. Mellette's Remedies. l lite., MDc. f"J'

_Attorney-at-Law. /Criminal Court cost bills, amountIng 1cials. Ormond appeared before the Boardin ;, '

to $$471.00 were approved and Capt. Pounds chose the kickoff and behalf of the Ormond school, and
Will Practice In State nnd Federal Court. i '
Offloos i Kouiun i Mud., Brush Block, DB- paid. Botts kicked the ball far into Tam requested certain improvement W. A. ALLEN & CO.
LanD.BLoUDA. f A petition was read from citizens of pa's territory,but it was not advanced. The books of the treasurer were ex-

FISH Seville asking for a public road lead. Tampa was unable to make any gain amined found correct and approved,

BERT irfg/ from a point on the Seville and and the ball went to Stetson. All the and after drawing warrants in pay Druggists and Jewelers. ,

i' Attorney-at-Law, DeLand road to intersect with the plays were used at first, but It was ment of current bills the Board ad-

: Hull Branch road. J A. Braddock, boon found that Botts and Duncan, journed. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.CARRARA .
Practicing ail State sod FederuUCourU.Civil .
.. Jim Hires and Richardsonwere
George
or Crimluul buglucga ji\en carefulattention. through tackle were the most constant
appointed a committee to view UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS t>FD FO+Od OIdfFC1N1FOtiJ3-0d o.o'o..o..o..o.o..o.o..o..ooO+O+
,P I ;. Kapuclal laullltlea for luvvxilnatloK. laud ground gainers. Steadily the _.
Og title. and mark same and report. ball was forced down the field. At -- --
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,Y I, ; Discussion by Camp Loring as to Character .
a Ic '- 1 Petition was read from F. W. Smith last Pounds, being called on to buck I 1'OFOFOFOdOF- #O.OeO"OoQ.O.O"O"O"O"O.
and of I
JAMES W. PEHKIN3, and others asking for a discontinuance tackle went through the opening Deputation Members. -
of the public road aa now laid The meeting of Confederate Vete- PAINTS
si made for him by Lenfesty and Duncan -
?p Attorney-at 1/aw. out through a portion of the Domingo- and despite the efforts of the rans here on Tuesday last! was well at i

eoItottorCr'iwtnalCourt of Record.' Wllluraelloe Reyes grant and also for tbe open- Tampa men to. stop him, placed the tended. About twenty-five membersof that / for the
we are agent
In all courts withlu the Slate ol Vlor- ing of a new road through another the organization! were present. If Hid 1 Not t Know ,
Ida.. UalcuuverVuluoliUiuutyllssk.! ball over the line, Tampa was un UC best paint possible to make. 4
portion of the grant J. W. Perkins, able to gain any distance and Stetson The chief business. transacted was a ,\ ., ,

"U. H. HAYWARD John L. Chandler and Z. T. Bielby again !got the ball. Tampa could not disc Utili Ion in regard to the receptionof If 1 Did Not Know that you should have it on'
ex-Confederates: who since tbe IIC
were appointed a committee l to lay : .
the fierce charges of the Stetson
Insurance atop your property.
City; Heal Estate and Office. .
out new road as proposed and war of 1S01 6:>, have committed some

a Iteildtnta.Taxea Paid and Rents Collected for Non- the next meeting.. reportat team.Clow succeeded in carrying tbe ball crime, or otherwise have made themselves I If WP Did Not Know that we deserve your order .. '

CITY; PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. No justice of the peace having been over Tampa line but for some unknown unworthy to become members we would not keep urging

.Agency for the Lending American. Fire In- appointed for District No. 6, it was reason the referee would not allow" of the organisation. Commander you to use
uranee ETNA.808Bouluvard
Complin-TIIIt / ordered that the territory here. Thayer In a few well well-timed remarks Carrara PaintThe
D LAND. FLA. the goal. The first half ended five to
.. tofore embraced in District No. 5 be nothing in Stetson's favor. presented the Issue to the

YOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT! COMPANY. attached to District No. 11, as pro The second half was a repetition of Camp, and supplemented bin argument is if CARRARA. .
vided by law.Petition with a quotation from tbe cmstitutioa advantage absolutely yours you use

1'1, S. B. WILBON, BERT Flee, was read from J, A. Pat. Stetson the game gained at Lake steadily City last especially year. and by-laws of the United We guarantee CARUAKA. to last live years. We know it's safe to

p. Manager. Actuary. tillo and others asking for a new road Confederate Veterans which reads as do that 'We also know it has lasted much longer.
4 F'I Abstracts furnlsi) f Next to Voiunia County Hank, from Ooteen to Deep Creek bridge time the ball got dangerously near : I

-.. DeLand.Fla. Z.J. A. Pattillo, W. T. Walters and W. Tampa's goal for some reason or other Article, Limitations.Membership,. Requisites W. W. ALCOTT DELANTD. FLA.

B. HUTCHINSON: Haymans were appointed acom- the ball would be lost and given to the
I A mlttee to lay out'same and report. other team. Neither side scored in Section 5.-Every camp will be required K>> -i-0iO14ff1UFOi-0aO10 O'O.O'-O+O+O+G.O'O.O.O.O O
,, s Notary .Public.! to exact of each applicant for
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FISH AND GAME!: WARDEN. the second half Tampa because they
membership in its ranks l7t
Dealer in Real Estate. There were two applications for could not gain when they did have satisfactory WWWW'WVWWWIluW WIIUWW NWW
proof of honorable service In the .
armyor ..
this position-one'from George Marsh the ball and Stetson because they
t Taxea paid and aiseiainenta attended to tutl navy of the Confederate States, -
y. 4 1' aon-realdenta. De Laud, Fla. and the other from the present official were never allowed to get too near and honorable discharge or. release TOO UTE

a_ .. C. M. Knrtz. Mr. Kurtz was recommended the goal. 'The game ended with the therefrom.

;' to the governor for ap ball in Tampa's territory and the He also read from a letter of Adju [ ( li To think of Insurance when
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T. ALLEN, ,
E MD. pointment. score five to nothing.The 1 /I
tant-General Frederick L. Robertson, the house Is in II a men. The '
Commissioner Brooke was appointed great feature of the game was wherein he gives aa his opinion that '.1.r z time to consider It Is all the ;
Eye and Ear Surgeon. as a committee of one to Investigateas the line bucking of the Stetson team. aa'l! y + .r
the character of the
applicant for i, ;.. jt time previous to that.
Duncan and Botts time after time
to the i' '
DeLand-Monday*,over Flnner'1. necessary repairs' and membership as a Confederate soldier :; \ And we can help you to'
Tampa-Tuesilaj'a,let Nat. Bank: 1ldg.taalsFridsys. I supplies for the court house with tore through Tampa's line for gainsof should be the criterion, and that if i' a ; i reach a decision as to the
.Montezuma power to act.The ten and fifteen yards. The teamas the record such" l I' /
as be clean, he is elf amount of.
I of the treasurer bowed a whole played a steady consistent .
'- report : glble for membership. '. ty F-

TILE WINTER H03IE the'foltowing: game, never once getting up in the The camp therefore, gives notice w' lN: UIt.\.NVE
GENERAL REVENUE. air as might have been expected from
it has no wish or intention to go out
,--NOW.OPEN- Balance from last report.*.. ..,'B,723 33 the fact of this being the first gameof of the record, and 'thattbe'handpj:;' : i+' -', t'},: to be- placed and. the' best

North: Boulevard, .lletuud, Fla. Receipts... ...... .. ... ... .. 1,00733 the atason. The quarterback soon brotherhood is always extended: tai the: ..,,,.-wr.r ?>&<...- :j.iv companies to place It with.
-.- found out Tampa's weak places and

quiet,homelike: place. Corafortnuloroonn .7.; kept hammering them. faithful Confederate. SILAS B. WRIGHT I)( Laud( Fla.
Desirable Locmlon. Oood labiu., UraniileutKatea. Total ... . ...89,73060 Tbe time for meeting hereafter ,

c,.. I -f Kate..':i per day Special J.Family E. COtN.and PropUHNER Season. Disbursements .. .. ... .. 3,60368 The Tampa boys had no complaintto fixed. Next,meeting- the'flrWlu,:: wear:* fUWIfSl1JlJLllllUUUIIIfSGSWWULIWY S .
make and are perfectly satisfied 0 + 0
>+ day after first Monday in February: I ,
t MOUSE Balance 01; hand .. .. .96,127 00 that they were out-classed and out. 1904, and every three months there -

.. ROAD AND BRIDGE i played in every way.- They had the after. Extra meetings to be announced 0-O.O.O.OeO.O.O.O.O.O.O-O--8O"O.O''O.O O.O O r

-* '. oath ALL TIU YXABjf -' Balance from last report./..$ 97 06 advantage of being at home and got through the secretary.The A

,1 /f ner New York and Florida Avenuea, Receipts... .. .. .. .. .. ., .. 2,05654 the: benefit of all close decisions but Camp then adjourned amid OOl
"'''', Ju. DeLand. Florida.. In spite of this the light weights from and
-- great harmony good feeling.Puttison's .
e IT.\on pleaaant, healthy and homelike
\ Total .. .... .. .. .. ....82,153,60, Stetson by reason of their superior
:' 11 JO per Special rate* by the
1. ... ,days.,D.. MCLKOD. Prop. Disbursements: .. ..* .. ......9 38026 training and scientific playing went Wires Meet.
-- through them for almost any distance There was interesting meetingin
.ETr HOUSE Balance on hand.. ..... $1,773 34 .
: they" wan.ted. DeLand on Monday, when the wife .Horse Shoeing

4BS. .U. H. BENNETT, PROP. fINE AND,FORFEITURE. Coach Colton !Is very much elatedat and child of W. A. Pattison, accom- .

t v ''avenue Florida Balance from last report--. .$-1.08083 the result and feels that the pinted by her mother came down ,
II: : DeLand.
Recelpts-i....... i..i.s..... .. 656 6'r' chances are little better for winningthe From Augustine to consult with .
1' L.,1 pe ,days fb to .8per_ week __ work
t 'D championship. He says that Pattlson' second victim Miss Holt
s Q o ,for lamllle or for aeaaon. W Total ... .. .. .. ;..... ..$1.13148 will be ,taken up all the harder.on the M.Corkle.: They spent some time .

y'' ,.,,"MAVEN: Disbursements... ..-<.'.,'....;, 750 62 return, and that the Imperfections comparing notes and letters. Paulson .
Ie 1 in jail at Patlatka awaiting,: ,
ti Balance on hand.. .. ... ....3.986STift shown must be eradI \.ted. The Stet- trial, having failed in his attempt tobreait ,
i;' ; ell Contractor, board after son team has been very hospitably : jail( or to secure bond. The
adjourned
)t % paying entertained while In the city and Circuit Court for Putnam c untymeets
BERRY & KENO'NEW
fig
T ntors: Tpnkr'S current bills, to the first. Monday in this month, when Pattlson will
has had time. The
t Machinery. "* .". every one' a good ,
December. be tried. When a good old Cracker
,fir gdmiUs, etc. >'Tme was free from accident-no one :
.1. jury sits on his case and sees the two SHOP. OP.,COURT_ HOUSE,
r \, to retting hurt at all. women whom he fooled into "marry.
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State of Ohio City of Toledo)) .. ...o-o+o '
him and the children born .
.Lucas County,. ) ing" to ,
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SURE THING. each of the victims Pattison will / T.
Hk Frank J. Cheney'make* oath' that be doubtless wish that he had not failed

ls the senior partner of the firm of F. ..Itis.aid. thatnothing U sure excepts in his attempt to escape.
J. Cheney &'Co., doing business in the death and taxes, but that is not al POND LUMBER: :COMPANY

iD City of Toledo, County and 'State together true; Dr King's New Discovery -. A STARTLING TEST. ,
a 1n aforesaid and that saId ,firm will pay
the sum of dna Hundred Dollars for for Consumption is a sure cure for To save a life. Dr. T, G. Merritt, of -t- OO@DE90! -
1 : s each and every case of Catarrh' that all lung and, throat troubles., Thou- No. Mehoopany Pa.'made a startling :

cannot be cured by the use of Hall's san4s can..testify to that. Mrs. C. B.Van- test resulting in a wonderful cure.: I DeLand ,
Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot. ,
Catarrh J.
Cure Frank Cheney. _
Metre of Shepherdtown,I W., Va., says He ,writes, "a patient was attacked .
Sworn to before ma and subscribed Inny Prices. all kinds of '
with violent hemorrhages, caused on : ,
'I had of Bronchitis and
6th of a severe case *
presence this day December
i : by ulceration of the stomach. I had
e d te, b. D. 1880. A. W. Oleaion. for a'year tried:everything I heard of '

lyi ing eal.-"'" ..........,r ,__ .Notal'J'fubllc'':'-''' ''''':",," ,'U:. butlgot.no'relief, Qne,bottle,,of ,,Dr. often acute found stomach Electric and Bitters liver troubles excellentfor so Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring; Ceiling

ad ..ty H3H's\ Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal; ICing's N Discovery then cured' me prescribed them: The patient gained ,
; It acts directly on.the i blood and absolutely: 'It's infalliable'for Croup from the first .and bas not had an attack -
y t t a surfaces,of the system. Send Whooping' 'CoughGrip' Pneumonia in ,14 msbnths." Electric Bitten ,
v r 8 moaJalsv: free -, : :'. Consumption. 'Try it.! Jt'a rvaraneed are positively. guaranteed for Dyspepia -. Mouldings Turning -t

o J. Cheney 4.. ,Co\, Toledo.., ,'O.Drngglsii ...'. t t; by-W..A.. Allen and Geo.W<.Fi.h- .'Indig stion, Constipation and Kidney .
\ toes ': 't druggists. Trial bottles free.'K gularsne trou s. Try them. Only joe at
;. /+' aUtr.PUle Its. tile Deaf:,;, II r soc ,and ,. ". '; W.:A._ 'sand. G. W. Fisher's. Brick, and Everything Jn the Lumbe* Line. Orders delivered prompt
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T' The DeLAP WEEKLY NEWS Department of Agriculture. We O O O O O ,, {. --
hear something about that orange ;:;; Sick ''j

t i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. every fall-but our people never BAILOT : For IHI f ((J) Ir
DELAND, VoLuai. COUNTY, FLORIDA.BY fail to plant a few more of the old 4i 4-

kind, which are good enough for < ;i

,, THE NEWS\ PUBLISHING- COMPANY the average American. FOR THE Humphrey's' Veterinary Specifics. '',.\:\1 110J' a1t'i1 -


. Rp "( (Incorporated.--- ) POLITICAL SNAP-SHOTS. Most Popular Young Lady "I .
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s-.. ii' CHRIS. O. CODBI GTON.Buslne -'
JHnrtiu L. Williams' Ulggrace.
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vi s'Manager and Editor. ATTENDING THE lot))
: From the Tampa Tribune Oct. \,
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wr '1 Subscript% Kales. 30: That's a sad of human-
f4. r.t, V One Tear..................... .............$1 00 story Mann's Salt Sick RemedY '
k? ;. 81*months................ ...1........... .. BO ity's from Arcadia.proneneess to err that comes DELAND PUBLIC SCHOOL! '.:.' ,'
4: g When paid In advance. When not paid In J'r-.ct'4 flu
: advance add 50)per cent. Martin L. Williams is a fugitive \ im
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1j Entered hI the poitoflice at De LaDd, Florida from justice. .He baa been visited For ettt'or
.. BALLOTS containing the above number
.cond cla..tter.AdverUslnll' FtIIER'S' '
with the severest penalty that can Blititllce "'/
rates flit-imbed on application. befall a lawyer-disbarment from ALL( ) must be sent in to be canvassed by H.W. ,

Address all Communications and wake the practice of his profession in the Thursday noon, November 19, otherwise the ,'

J Chocks, at or Dt'LHiiu money orders Flu. payable to tbe company courts of his stale-a penalty so vote will not he, counted. A new number will] be substituted & & elt

severe that it is only imposed once --., ,
--.. -. --,-- second issue. "
---- -- ---- -- every
e : ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER\ 6, 1903. in a generation, and only upon the e-0e Ii : e Gg a
of and
positive proof deep unex-
U., s ---- = cusable I VOTE FOR I
sruilt.
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t'Yj. I. :: LAST TUESDAY'S) ELECTIONS.! Martin\ L. Williams enjoyed fora !

I', :',,,:., ;,:" The elections held on Tuesday long time, the respect and the \ .lIEi ss ..........,...........,..,....... ........... .......................-....-..-.................. ..........-_......................... .. FURNITURE AND HARDWARE}>

I I .:, >.> must be most gratifying to Democrats trust of the people among,whom be
as the most the : ,,
Popular Young Lu/fJ (attending \
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k lived. At times he wore the cloakof ;'
t ; : everywhere. Of course, the ; ,
settled in our
: the ministry and he was looked DeLand Public School. .. We are just getting, comfortably new @$ ,
F ', ,' : Democrats expect victory more in 4 Furniture Store, three doors north of our Hardware ,
moral He /
r !J ttt,; ;::'.!!, "off" years (than at other tio.es-tbe took upon the as lead a at the local exemplar.bar. He t,4ii and M. Yeargln Bicycle,Emporium who has bad on the twelve Boulevard.years' experience Our Mr. W.In :":i

f.- t : ;'. reason, perhaps, is found in the tai- commanded a respectful hearing, 'THK BALLOTS of the will contest be canvassed will be announced every Thursday In THE noon NEWS, and every the i;!; the furniture line and as a Funeral Director, is in full ,;'

;t ,' : iff question. In years of general whether exhorting a congregation to )' morningThe final canvass will be made by three 'y charge. We have all new stock, which we have bought .'
t ; and to give our customers
'lfj at right: prices we propose .I
tL- religiouH ends, addressing a jury in prominent DeLandites who are not directly Interested In the "
! elections the beneficiaries of I the benetlt of these low prices.UNDERTAKINJ
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contest. The contest will close at
noon
on l
: t.: .i; '" tariff system donate immense campaign behalf of a client, or discoursing -t-?
; j at !
upon public questions political Thursday December 24th
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f ? ;,', funds, and these are ueJ rallies. [ .
': and the final l result will be announced In TUB NEWS of reccmber25th. ,
successfully against the nominees By reason of his prow'nence, he .
1 The contest Is open to any young lady attending the DeLand Publicor -
ty the Democratic party. was made a Presidential elector in High! School. '
:
;. the the last national election. Later, Besides these ballots published In THE NEWS a certificategood i. !Mr. Yeargln Is a practical man in this department, and
In last election
: F Tuesday's for 20 votes will be with knows the bL"i99 thoroughly. We have ordered
I'of;, he was made chairman of the local (given every new yearly cash-ln-advance sub- a ao
ff greatest victory was the recapture crlptlon received before noon on December 24. The price of THE Funeral Car thai will "knock the spots oft" anything f.
Board of School Trustees.' At the f
NEWS Is $1.00 per year. \ heretofore seen In this section of the state. Our goodstqI
of Greater New York by the Democrats last municipal election in his town, The young lady receiving the /greatest! number of votes will be givena y. in this department are strictly first-class, and have til:

the 9Cammany nominee win he was elected mayor by a large handsome little Watch, now on exhibition in \V. A. Allen&. Co.'s been selected to meet the demands of all-rich or poor. to

; This majority. These were marks of the j window on tbe Boulevard. .,
ning by 70,000 plurality. We invite you to inspect our stock JJ'e I:
esteem in which he was held. .. "0.0.-0-.0.-0--0---0--0-.0'-0--0--0-
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shows in the sentiment of
a change --
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t Low, the fusion candidate, carried flight which followed, stamp MartinL. I o Remarkable ((Jfliii g wg MiFfervft ,

i.'.--___ Greater New York the last time by Williams as the worst type of o I Newsoooooooooooooooooooooooo 1 Watts & i (ft'
Of Miss
Coulter

30,000. McClellan\ the Democratic moral hypocrite. No man capable o o 5.

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I ;b nominee Richmond carried every borough except proved against him the other dayin St. Augustine is to have a fbi V event of the week in the & ;'EH9. -- & JStJ: & UIUt

1 the solemn hearing of the Circuit li j re alarm system. '
\ THE Vote was the remark- W'b
_, .:. The Democratic tickets were successful ; Court, could have been honestin
worl gaIn of Miss Bessie Coulter DeLa.nd'
'I f :::- in New lorh, Kentucky: his profEssions: of religion, of integrity There are now 700 men at -52 ballots having been ofth
01 n the Breakers at Palm Beach. i
Rhode Island and Mississippi.: of sincerity.In Tl he hotel will 1. I sent in for her. Miss Nina Robinson Saw and Mills and Works -
,' the hope of adding to his legal open February Planing Novelty ,,
:
':,,:' ; The Republicans won in Ohio by gained 21), and still holds first place in
reputation by snatching from the The Ocala Board of Trade is '. :
try
:.;c: :: a greatly increased majority, thus the content. J. T. CAIRNS Proprietor and Manager.
r gallows a cold-blooded assassin, in g i to locate a branch of a bit; The Ballots ,
from
l effectually shutting out the possi- Williams did not hesitate to falsify Ti renton (N. J.) industrial school a I DeLand, but Home'came were principally sent from Manufacturer of- 'ij"

: bility of Tom Johnson's candidacy the records forge the name of the th>e Brick City. Seabreeze, Orange City, Seville, and Dressed & ZR.o-u.gli Ij-umalDer: ;

for the presidency next year. They judge, and to damn his soul with The old St. James Hotel at TalLaasee !- even so far away as Georgia A number -
t perjury. He perhaps calculated Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. :
also won in Iowa and Colorado. lal which recently changed I of the young folk are taking/! quite :"1
I that his would discredit and
Will furnish and
high standing plans specifications
ha ndll, has been rechristened interest in the CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
; The elections'! failed to show any testimony that might "The' an contest, and are estimates. Special machinery at mill for "

I' great 'change in national opinion. crop out any concerning his misdoing. BI.oxham," in honor of Florida's I cellectln/: the Ballots around town. finishing/ work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee -
?,eatest retired statesman exQovDor Next week will see a great, Increase in first-class work in everv particular.
i1 f J The victory in New York gives the But he reckoned unwisely.A _.. -
el' Bloxham. the vote. ------ ------------------ ------

,;[ 1( } : Democrats more hopes for 1904- young man in the high office When the Ballots were counted yesterday Canover, Miss Ruth Rich and Miss Negroes" Die In Liberia. .

F'."' but there is to believe of state attorney had too strong a A WATER-flPODT OFF SEAEREFZE. the result follows Lulu Lutz. .. ,
no reason was
/" ; :.: sense of official duty to such as : The fifty-six negroes who left Irwin .

,: that the great protected interests fraud in silence. He satisfied pass himself ,Tuesday afternoon about 4 o'clockr MIss Nina Robinson. . .... . 133:: counry Ga., last February Monrovia : 1...
Miss Bessie Coulter. .. 74
; .' I will not fail to rally to the support that Williams was guilty and ou: people, rushed into the streets Miss Irene Alcott . .. . 10 On account of many other attraction Liberia, are having a hard time

,. 1y of the Republican ticket in 1904, at once instituted' proceedings. TOwa>in every direction, their attentions Miss Beu lab Myers .. .. . 12 last Saturday evening/!, the meetings of it. Twenty have died from sick

...- t ( The state attorney did well. The attracted towards the ocean. Miss Irene Campbell. . . . 4 /! of the Kent, Club and Stetson ness and want of food. Thirtysixstill :
y. and when they do New York will go Ex:tending far up into the clouds Miss Ethel Ham IIn . .. .. .4 Literary Society were postponed and remain in a sickly and destitute
of the is too noble
,: 'f" as they want it to I profession lawyer Miss Mary Cox .. .. .. .. . .4 II'I
go. and wa L is a most perfect column and the same programs will be given tomorrow condition. For the lack of homesthey
too to
--- responsible a profession Miss label Dade .. ... .. .. 1
harbor such mal-practitioners. upon close inspection a current No. 1111 Is now obsolete. No more evening. were all put in a house of two

-'- A Spanish consul has been Williams could not brave the could be seen rushing upward at a of that number will be counted. No. rooms, where they died, one after tbe

stationed at Jacksonville. storm. He rapid rate. At first there were all A little wait other.
was a moral coward, 2222 is now In effect; these will be very pleasant party
because he was guilty and knew it. sorts of theories about it, some /food at any time prior to noon on enjoyed last Saturday evening at ----- --- --

L Love and work for your own He tied. He left wife, friends, thought it was a mirage reflecting Thursday, November 19. Hamilton Hall. An old-fashioned

t3 I ; town und its institutions, and your reputation, all behind. The mask he the smoke stack of some huge Hustle for your favorite.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. chicken pileau furnished occupation One Cent a Word ,

had 1 and furnace. It; had this appearance ---- to all present.American. ;
1 "S'. town and its institutions will love so long successfully worn -'-- ,1
had been torn from his hypocrisy, from the west end of town, where U- Advertisemviitsorten worUior more under .\
4 and work for you. and revealed the hideous and un- you could only see the upper partof Stetson Grit. this hunt inBiTteil. for ONE CENT A WOHD ,.
Uiiivevsityg No advertisements
g Cash tu adviuice ouch In ertlon.
J 1 L4 clean features beneath. As the it. Everyone soon learned it "I'Hj used to being drowned! writesa accepted for lois than 10 cents. \\I
And now comes Wilkinson Call structure of a seeming good repu- was a water spout, and the partieson Brief News Notes Kansas City merchant "but It la ')

j for the steentb time, who depose tation totered and fell, the peoplefelt the beach had a magnificentview oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 crowding the mourners to have the FOR RENT. :'I"

r and saith that be is a candidate for the shock. of it as it was only about a price of beef rise because the Missouri 'OK KENT-Furnished Kooms-Mrs. A. H.Hutchlnsoll. \
mile from shore While this paper Is going to press river does." That humorous stream' I 1 Amelia Avenue. tf l
off the ClarendonInn
There is lesson in the fate of
the U. S.
: Senate. Alaa! a
the
Stetson football which
team will be now takes farm lu
engaged
away your
pier.-Seabreeze. I UK liEN P-Small:! cottage on end of NorthL1 1//
: ---- Martin\ L. Williams. The hypocrite /! in a struggle on the gridiron the night and transfers it to your III>u levu'd, partly furnished. Inquire of

: ''k Judge Doggett of Jacksonville cunnot long prosper. His deception FLORIDA WEALTH. with a team from the University of bor now annexes his holdings{ to nPIKh-1 It. Frniick, or at this office. 11-13 '1

will sooner or later be exposed.The Florida. own. now overflorvs.j'ou ( Oil RENT' -Eight room furniubed hou*..
Few states in the Union show This Is the second championship F l'I'
,J : baa declared the Sunday selling Jekyll-Hyde) combination will good symbol of American fortune. Bury lIa'h end elm-trie light .Apply to 6.D.
more marked evidence of game played this season, the Jordan DeljinU, Fla. '
1 v liquor law passed by the last legislature not long withstand the scrutiny of prosterity the dead get a new suit of clothes on U.
than Florida. This is other being/ between East andY tlt
i honest Think of the blasted prosperity I credit. and to work again I- Every. FOR SALE. "
men.
unconstitutional. It takes '
shown not only in the increased Florida" Seminaries, in which Gainesville body's Magazine. \'i.,..
life of Martin\ TJ. Williams and-
4 'p the liquor\ men to win victories of population and the number of new won by a score of 16 to 0. The 12'Olt SALE.-JapnnesesugerCane for seed. f .
.
4i this kind. BE HONEST ALWAYS.A corporations and other enterprises, Stetson team is meeting/! worthy opponents Au Old JewIsh Cemetery.The price I Ifeuvy Address. grower,E-HILLDAlttY'for Stock or Oyrup, D Oolnir Land.Fla. v.. t.

\ ------- but in the largely increased property in this game, as the U. of 1". most Interesting sight In PragueIs 11-iJO '
r valuation in I has good! material: and baa been the old Jewish cemetery. It Is In the .. ,
: Island Surprise Party In Store. practically county
Coney New York's great every center of the I OK SALE-Una pair good work mules
in the state.Comptroller. trained by the old Stetson coach, Se. city surrounded by thick r wagon HIII! bitrneBfl, cneap. Inquire of It. ..... I
4 "watering place" where so little Ocala Banner: Shrewd politicians Croom ton Fleming. Lake City has walls. There are thousands of ancient Franvk or at this office. .ll-.ll!, ...44.; -
has receivedtbe probably .
that the size of :Mr. Jon.flings' moss covered slabs some bearing In.
: L. water is used, was devastated by say assessment rolls for the some advantage in weight, but this LOlMDA FAHM and OAR DEMJ ."1
vote is to be year scriptions of great which
going a surprise antiquity only ...
4lire on Sunday. The loss is $1,500- iy03 from thirty out of the will be balanced by the superior speedof t very low prk.-'onnlntllll! of
to many voters of the state. It is forty- Hebrew scholars can decipher. The 10 acres were In orange grove and. I' I
? 000. Three hundred buildings said that he is the shrewdest ma- four counties. These returns speak I Stetson. cemetery Is unused but no other Jew. 3.UMO tier. and ft 3-1 hind n. otment wry fertiie-Iwt 1,1>li>o.all still i cor

1&r .. were burned. nipulator that has occupied the volumes for the prosperity of .- I ish burial I ground In Europe can com raisIng BUKHr cnne About SMC',',' \.''''' ,t\ I
vied over the wnt and belt
: --- political stage in Florida for many Florida. No matter which team wins today, pare with It for age or general interest' raisIng celery nn<*all r I kinds no of II ..
;.n ; The thirty counties beard from it la the duty of Stetson to the' antlauurlan. aub-irriurutiou always mukes r 4S
every student!
4 Frank Walpole has sold his interests years. Splendid location for rnlslnif oat I t
show a total valuation of $83,261- to remember that it Is our team, winor close to good ranire. Ninu-rooi --
j.: in the Tampa Herald and 598 which is plastered and mostly pattered
increace of
an $0,984- lose
Make No False (Claim and that every man who does barn and much fruit. Address. .
; will to Alabama to in 4rOH
: move engage 880 over 1902. his duty on the team Is entitled to DyspepsiaWhat's J. B.... '

; j jOur-the newspaper business. Wonder New Smyrna Breeze: It's Davis, The prosperity in the counties praise, whether he makes a touchdown L.a.- .1' / "

j ;::- ( ." if he'will take the Metropolis Taliaferro and Dougherty down in yet to report has been as great pro- or is tackled for a loss. The there's bad the use of a good cook II quire SALE of-Box ARnod 198, Del bore'I
stomacha
this neck of the woods. They are a stomach too I
portionately, as those beard) .
already knowledge that the '
Jl support of the H
with him. weak <
to
_ _ dog men of brain and business integrity, from, and it is sufe to say that the whole school Is behind them will often into it properly? digest what is taken FOR BALE, -will Steam unrrr La gjUu '

and are making no claims that their increased valuation In the entire cause the members of a team to perform The owner of such a stomach experi- ollne Launch 14ftI
Thestato Supreme 'Court has past records will not substantiate. state will be ences distress after 6 persons. Price $55. ingt
about :10000000. feats that would! be beyond their eating, nausea be- Luke. No; Horses a
just handed down a decision, in Tallahassee Capital. tween meals, and is troubled with farris Saint KramJMANAGER
strength were It not for this backing.If .
belching and fits of
the case of J. W. Terry et al. vs. Which Was Given Him by the People. .. the team wins, turn out and give dyspeptic and nervous miserable."I headachehe's rtation

t Florida V. Bush, from Columbia Live Oak Democrat: The Times- them a warm welcome. If the team have been tfoubled with dyspepsia .
F.stln" For "".Ub. and have suffered almost I '
county, in which it ia decided that Union asks "Who ownes the of- Thousands of years before It waspractleod loses, turn out and give them a warmer have tried many different everything.remedies, but I IU81a: l land county ) ", .,,,.
fices?" A man named Jenningsownes welcome. Make'them feel could Ret no relict until I p
religions, rite tasting thatwe began taking favora
: :> circuit judge) cannot 'practice lawk.T as a I
one down here in Fl ida. know that have done Hood's Sursaparllla. After tbe use ot this standing.penaes teamsh ,
In they their
/ was practiced as a health measure medlcRie > |
I could eat pa :
'except .where be in 'in a without distress, and : t'C
person Egypt. India! and China. Contemporary best-and that Is all that can be expected today I sin aa well as ever but I always paheadquai U .'-_i,/-
x i 'party to,the suit. Well' Connected.Visitor to Cicero was Ascleplndea! a Greek from anyone. keep Hood' Sarsaparllla on hand." MBS. MOOD
J. A. CBOWCLL ets.Mo _
Canajoharte, N. Y. ,
,/ -I bear I must congratulate physIcian. who strongly advocated this -
: J. E. J. Marsh requests THE NEws :yon on the engagement of your son. !lIpa, and 1.000 years after his day Ibo Y.Hoiid.'sSarsaparlla 13,000 mile of an "

to deny the report that he will be a What an extremely nice looking girl! SIna philosopher and medical sage argued A number of the students spending Pills are on tale by the p /. i iI
1 he Ml! I the virtues of temporary abstinence the week in Jacksonville. Among

4 ; ; candidate for legislative honors MrNOlonger Brown-Tea, and so'' on the ground that It came easIer them are Mrs. Spangler and daughters -., care dyspepsia, strengthen and ealJ New York, vla'Atlant' -
$ $ He well connected too. lit I than constant moderation. the digestive organs, and build up .thjj bern Railway.
'next year. enys that his bus1'DelS fact, I've been Miss Maysle Emery, George whole system. ply to jiJci Atlantic Cod .; I
told that her ancestors were relations _... ,
in DeLand demands all his n .
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of the Spanish armada. tspt'alllng: of Imitation Jewelry' a diamond w. D. BTARI I .
fi' attention, and he baa neither, time on the flnffpr IA. worth a paste In I Tray. Pass. .Agelit.

_/ nor inclination to make the race. Too Know What Ton Are Taking the car.-Philadelphia. Record. Grove's Tastelesshas Jackis, Ii, ,
-- ; I
when you take! Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is TO CUUE A COLD Kt OMK DAT, '
e : 'The state papers are. full of tales plainly printed on every bottle showing Take- Laxative Bromo Gwlnine Tab stood the test 25 years. Average Annual _'

'.c again about that hardy orange'soon that It la simply Iron and Quinine lets. All druggist refund*the. money bottles. Does this record of merit anpesl. to- : Pay. : :

In a tasteless form. No Cure, If it fails to cure. E/W. Grove' L.r --10-1 wk .V11Y .......a T_ Park
At to b. introduced by,.,th. national no pay._Me. signature It on each boy 25c. ii.tk P.0'
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Celery four feet tall, and stalks of I I I about 16 feet thick. It is not solid -TO RUN STEAMBOATS!:

It.WlIlIe Terrier! rhubarb four feet high and five inches and rooms in the wall will be used for .', ,
was very proud wben Governor VanSant of Minnesota( Is ,J
e had dressed himself thick will be exhibited by Washington exhibiting war relics and other ob-
up In his new reported to be making plans to enter
llothes gardeners to show the capabilities of of Interest.
and he jects -1
was
a ajnxlous to take ain the river transportation bublpess\ be-
the soil and climate of the Excavations have been completedfor I
downstairs great
and show himself off. tween St. Paul and St. Louis to secure, I
:1 wish uiy master northwestern state. a deep lake, which in named .
would send me a portion of World's Fair passenger
,r an errand" said Four carloads of century plants Laguna de Bay, and which Is spannedby '
he. .
tratllc. Governor VanSant wan for- The Kind You Have Always Bought and which lias been.
that were planted in the I several .. l ,
But his waster did not wish to send university bridges. merly a river captain and Itllown/ !! In use for over 3O years has borne the slgnatnro of -
ilm gardens at Notre Dame, Ind., were I The Filipinos have begun the con-
anywhere, although/: there was a I several line steamers It Is said to be and has been made ender his per-
,\.,. etter that had to be taken to the police recently bought by the fair manage- struction of these villages which provea the purpose of the governor to placea 1I.d."t8onalsupervisloJl' since iU Infancy. I
ment. Many of the 10 feet attraction visitors. No
plants to
tlon by are great
some
" one. number of small and fast passenger .. Allow no one to tlcoel vo you In tills.
tall. They will be used the land- nails used In the construction.The .
by
t'l want Clmille Cur are
to take
that leter boats in commission to compete with All Counterfeits Imitations and "Jn! -{,of\l" are but
: ," said the master nt he stopped at scape architect in beautifying. the bamboo poles, which range In the Diamond Jo and other big packet Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot .
e kennels and laid the letter exposition grounds. length from 40 to 00 feet, furnish the
on a box. lines. Infants and Children-Experience against!! i\periineut. .J
Baron Moncheur, the Belgian min-I timbers. These are tied together with -

I } ister to the United States, is authority bejuco, the fibre of rattan. Nlpa "
;:, :
ftl! i ':'' ': ti'iii. for the statement that King/ Leo- forms the roof. Nipa is produced VARIED INDUSTRIES 11UILD1NU. What is CASTORIA 1
iiiit! ( ivlilni!' '/j ; !; pold Intend visiting America in 1901..1 from the leaves of a palm peculiarto This is a magnificent structure on '" :1"

It Is the king's Intention at presentto the Philippine Islands.. The floors the outer perimeter of the main picture Castorta Is n harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric "

witness the opening of the fair on are bamboo, split into small sections, of the fair. The building pre Drops anti Soothing Syrups. It is: Pleasant. "It

April 30. i j and BO tied to the cross sections that sents a facade of 1,200: feet on the contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic tt,: '
I
%i A relief map of Louisiana, 10x15/ they form a smooth surface. The north and south and ;j 1.> feet on the substance.. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm' g ;

s'ilirEfii feet, will be displayed in Louisiana'sstate |' Mori village will be built on the western east and west, giving (;,;11.2)0; feet of and allays FeverUhuess. It cures Diarrhoea and AViiid I 'j

I : pavilion. It will show accurately shores of Laguna/ de Bay and exhibition space all on the ground Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles!! cures Constipatiou! 5

fet' ; the topography. the state, the area many of the buildings will be over the Door. A specially featured<< entranceIs and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
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., ;: : devoted to sugar, rice and other waters of the l lake on wooden up- made at the center of the outh facade Stomach and Dowel!!!, giving healthy and natural sleep.! I

I crops, and the railways and water. I I, rights and will be accessible only by a mairnllicent< circular colon The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. ,

R te ways. Supplementing the map will boats. nade being thrown out in front of It. :'1

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( HB TOOK THE LETTER. 4

l Now, Charlie Cut' was not around atUtat I

moment, and Willie Terrier beganto '

"think it over. The Kind You Have Always Bought

!"IIere's a chance for me to show off

my good clothes! he cried. "I'll take S t1) f i S 3
I!# In Use For Over 30 Years.
t IB letter to the police station."
.( ,,, Il r IiaNC?lS ,l1 'l 41"id I< I vnry *Hs o..u. eoMMNV.Work n MU..Y. NW YO.i 0'"".
;ftSQ he seized the envelope and away u.dL: :, 1.yi :wh 'r iR ie u 4l f ry re t y1 A/:,' Iii'hWll' ,Itrdkt ky! e ;,f I LIerutl, ;

.\\m went. w* > w Si _4e3& *

j.ft"Now, wait until I read the letter,"

Mid the policeman as Willie placed 1 .

tile envelope In his> band. The police ;>

man read, and this Is what he read: Vfe : Twain'.* Joke on the* Blelion. J,

\WDear!\ Mr. Policeman-The bearer of ari Bishop Donne of Alban was fit onetime

W tilts letter, one of my dogs, Is no longer v. .!'. ,., ,<' the rector of an episcopal churchIn F RE.E .'
I lof any use to me. Please knock him In ;. ; : Ilurtford.<< and the services at this :, :,
:the head and throw him *
overboard church Mark Twain would occasionally
iJOf; course It was all meant for Char- .- P attend. Twain one Sunday played.: a A TRIP TO >EUROPE ,;

.Jib Cur, who was an old dog and had joke upon the rector.. ( -,
seen his day, and It Is sad to think of'W11IIe I "Dr. L>oane," be said at the end of

;\ Terrier's fate. Plttsburg; DIs- : be photographs'! of typical farms and One large! building. is already finish-i t A considerable portion of one of the the service "1 enjoyed your Heniioa" ...
\ tcb. this morning.( 1 welcomed It like an
Cps' I Louisiana scenery.ONE i ed. This will be used for the present' two large courts will be taken up with book
Know
I old\ friend. I have you n j
THOUSAND BUSY FILIPINOS. for I storing exhibits and dormitories exhibits from Germany. Russia, will at home containing every word( of It."

for the native workmen. The build (| also.. make a display in the building.The "You have not" said. Dr. iJoane.
.i Aoinjal
An For
: Story The walls, of the ancient city of Ing is steam heated and provides. comfortable building! cost $630,000.arANUFACTURES "I 1 have so" Hold the humorist"Well .
,:, ; Little Folks Manila are being' reared the send that book to I'd 1 like S- 11
on quarters for the people froma me.
, UriLDI>TOin 1" 1 1: 1: 1
Philippine reservation of 40 acres at tropical climate. Rooms will also to see It."
( ++++ ++ one of the leading structured the
Why # -
the "I'll send<< It. Twain replied)
fair. Fifty Filipinos, clad in be provided for the storage of the
big exhibition picture. It is located And he sent the next morning nn unabridged If you would like to taken
The Animal Schools Failed their native costumes, are working perishable exhibits. l
I symmetrically with the Varied Indus dictionary to the l'l'ctor.-p.o- trip u> Kiu'opemlrlB the -
with their native materials and tools.
I I The bamboo poles, as they appearon : tries building, and<< both are In the first ton I'ost. \\ I'alr, Saratoga,
k' Tvouder<< how many little boys; and Several times that number of American the cars, are dirty and weather view of, the picture of lagoons/ cascades c om0 Nen leg il it City or Asher !
thief know workman are engagedjn rearing I i Flub. >...",! llr. ville, nlilmut '
why there are no schools : stained. When they are convertedInto and hanging; gardens which the O o having to put J
[la animal Rind? ( great! structures and preparing the I I houses by the natives they are visitor pets as be enters the groundsby Fishes like nil other nuiuatlsa nerd J tip mi.of >..mr own mono ,
for the work be 'I air. If they could not get It they ,
"Well, wherever there are school way to finished by scraped with bolo blades and lacquer the main entrance. The J writ tlu> Jnrlc'antille Ale-
the natives. structure \\onlil I be snflocntpil! Just n<* ;)'''" would 0 0 tr"p.lie fur Luruculurs. '
there are school commissioners or a ed. They take on a Hoe polish and has f I
a northern frontage/ of 1,200 feet, If you were lotted 1 In an nlr tljihl 1
, school board, which has charge of the Fifty-two carloads of building the buildings are attractive.The with fen, J O
very a depth ot 525 feet on the main trllnk.'llI'n the sen I Is frozen:
schools and makes the laws to govern material and exhibits from the Phil- boulevard.( The architects have ,them. ippine Islands reached the fairgrounds agriculture/ and forestry build- .',
noble and imposing entrancesat llml It very hard to conn to the top ,
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.* When thi, animals decided to establish a few days ago.! ings In the Philippine section are the centers of the main facades. and must then "breathe"( the air vhlih 0'1'

schools they selected a school Already the walls of Manila are assuming being: erected by the American and The building cost $ 50OOO. Is dissolved In the water Yon have.. THE METROPOLIS '

board, consisting of Mr. Elephant Mr. such form as to give token of Filipino workmen together; Americans -'- ---- --- often seen the tiny bubbles wlll<'h rol ; 0

Kangaroo and Mr. Moukey, and these what they will be when finished. This build the frame work and the BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIES. lest on the Inside! of u glass which| bus CARTER> *; RUSSELL> ,
"walled will be the main Filipinos will cover it with bamboo been RtiinilltiK full of water o\ernlfht I:
fellows held a meeting to city" gate
agree upon and nlpa. I Herbinc exerts a direct inlliu'iue on Well that t Is the air( which him, beets PUBLISHING I --- COJACKSONVILLE. 'l
their plans. way to the Philippine exhibit. The S
the bowels, liver and kidney, purifying dissolved In the water nnil after the FLA?
"What. shall the animal children be walls will be covered with stall in the The entire 40 acres are being laid and these anj glass has been tapped so that nil those
strengthening
taught In the! animal school? That Is imitation of stone, and present rep- out with spacious driveways connect organs, bubbles come to the top Ilrhes111I1<1 : I

tho question," declared Mr. Monkey. licas of the beautiful and most romantic ing all points of Interest. There will maintaining them in a nurmiil. condition not live In that water. In other words, : \.

entrances In the historic city. I be market places, churches, theatresand ''of health; thus removing a 1.0111111011 they Would drew i ;
cause of yellow, mothy, greasy skin I -
fr The bastions, gun ports and turretsare a full exposition of Filipino life, 'I'
and more or less of pimples blotches .1
1 being reproduced with fidelity. with more than 1,000 native Filipinos and blackheads. soc at all dru The wall is twenty feet high and:participating.It kl Si i.t. II ; ".;

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1 antees this puretable vege x
A MEETING.r .
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remedy( to cure
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'fin exclaimed 1 A
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J se fe'a teach- Cures : ..


r other two Catarrhal affection of the D J INIt
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t do.\umpl"" ._ _____ __mm ___ _. -_. --it[" ..-.--___ .__ ___. nasal passage, bronchial / 4

"All Aa Unfair Deal. is not known Just-bow long mos tubes, lungs, kidneys', blad Gi d "
"Tried to skin me, that scribbler tan ttielr life ......... .
yy teach aid!I" quitoes live, but average Itevpiiote of a Qj-pay nand der and stomach. Also
lP la much longer than U I ordinarily supposed A young/ Hungarian gypsy who hnd
"What did he
want'
jrbouwfnds of them live through betrnypd his, party to the authorities
'Wan.td to get out a book Jointly he winter, hibernation or, asleep in dark after n robbery t>oj2c-; < the magistrates Nervous Vl
to write the book and 1 to write the advert
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places In or house cellars. In nt Magyar CKI-OS)( tor'r..ot.'Uon.. as his
lnements. I turned him down. I settle d
'' sparsely localities, where they companions tlirrntcnoil' to kill Mm. The "
IO-.lIo't going to do all the literary
e cannot, find such places for shelter, man wru glen nhi-lter, I but Uie room IndigestionConsumption :tr n'i
: t Baltimore News,
4 :s "'':;' they live through the winter In hollow was found empty on the following day

R -fr trees.'In.caves and boles' under upturned 'Eventually I Ida,,, body was Uncovered i s
: c Par s Homely Hat. trees, itpd even though the tempera- In R Bold. The eyes'! bAd been burned or any disease ..t4t
' Y ilker-I'm very sorry madam. ture may fall far below freezing they out. the tongue: excised nnd the mnn of the mucuous memo d O lx 1'

v y! exchange( this hat for ,.ou.'bIMJDBut are not winter killed, but on the approach I bunged: by the feet on two acacia trees. branes. f .r-

s 1 .... my husband does of warm weather become active The body lud been cloven In two. g
in tor R v04- ,
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,I .Again. Mosquitoes are frequently seen .. ll
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y /-- beD I'd advise you to flying about In the woods before the
As
a Tonic; K e 1 i iy
1 ,11 bbWYI3CUM! Herald. ..
snow has wbolly left the ground.-Wll- A DANGEROUS MONTH. f?
a t f r; c T ON EARTH. lam Lyman Underwood In Popular Sci- This is the month of coughs, colds I -

tb IY, Greenville, Tex, ence Monthly. and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold it gives appetite, buildsup
and :; "I had rheuma- easily? Find yourself hoarse, with a I I
ti \ 'e ll Ie, u down 'in bed six Your Health. tickling your throat and an annoying the system, banishes MANUFACTURED ONLY BY At

.f ing, but got nome You young pcopje, don't forget that cough at night? Then you should al- that tired feeling,:!, makes OPICALMANUFACTURINGthe

v ve a part of aow health: la greatly; prized ID old! age. wavs have handy, a bottle of Ballard's icsoNvate. Flu., U tau
weak and
adgat < Liniment. I Young: people can stand:! abuses to their Hound' Syrup. J. A, Anderson, 354 I strong

I s re bottles., Itt health In youth, but terrible Interest to VVcstSth St%: Salt Lake City,"writes: I happy. ,
; 1i. ac 'elt any rheu- collected/ later on.-Atchlson Globe. "WI 'use Ballard's ,llorehoundSyrup
s 'sciatic or for coughs and colds. It 'EJvjj i r immediate -.

'y, o ard's Snow Still Harder. I relief. ;JATe' know; ii% the best SoLo AND GUARANTEED Br

long, but "It's hard to bar a lot of debts that remedy r for these troubles.; A write thisto .
e.. t and ef.oo you simply can't par" induce i other; .people to trjlthis pleas G. 'W. FISII R. AND W. A.. ALLEN & CO.
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l'} at all "Ob, I don't know Its worse to b..oI' ant "'an<1 6Rcient; remedy,'fl'asc,' 500:

.'.' ...., IX, %jot soft, aUnoiy* ; hats to pty.V- and $.t..oo'.&t all, .>
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LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corre

( !1 1EDJRD''j Grip'sGrim I tOrlglnal.J: SOUTHBOUND-READ DOW14. .

I The storm was over, the sun went

: down In n flame of gold and crimson. N.99 No.29 '1Ir TlONS. J J::
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f!" and us soon as the crew had been Dally. DlIlIy. (

'BLACK-DRAUGHT! Grasp Caused propped up after a long fast and every : .. 0 00 I> a II 'Oac .... ..... .. .. ... \ .. .. : -:

Heart Disease. j moment fighting to save the ship we 0008 ,is sll.811 .. .... .. .. .. ....8oJllckaollvlll..... ....
S. 0 20 p aiD . ... .. .. .
set about repairing what damages we : 0 eo ,. _11 28 tI .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. .. 1I..tlnllI.. ..... ..... i': ;..
: THE ORIGINAL makIng .7U..1I.l.: ... ... .. .. .. ..li.l'nl"tkll.: .. .. .. .: .t.: l';'
could before night came on and = <
I Could Not Lie On "T3i jj "WI'I .... ... .. .. .. .. ......'.. .. .. . .... :? (;
things taut. Tben, halving the !_I thy 111118 Lv. .. .. .... .. .. .. Palatkss ... .. .. .. I
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i : LIVER MEDICINE] Left Side.Dr.MIIes'Heart watches that all might get some sleep 833 p .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .. M"leu.. .. ... .... ,J'e .
:a S II IDa Lv.S.n :tlsileo' .. .. .. .... .

I within the first four hours, six of us c'> .; mf"i; .sIiTsp LV.. ... ..... .. .. ..Neouit.. .. ....... .. '.
...:.- --u_ II kept awake while the other six slept. .5 :: I r.13 p flh 35 .................. ,. ...... ... ... .;!Jt9 .
t I Cure and :- 9 20 i I'.U" P.. ...... ..... .. .. ... ..lJllp"nC.. ...... ......, ,,'
; A sill/low complexion' dizziness, FIREARMS We were ten before the mast, besides ii g;; e S 15 p s 1 14 .................... ,...... .. ......... .. .. '
Nervine Cured Me. ..-4 .......... ... .. .. ..
biliousness and muted Vi.l ..909 P ..1271' ..... .l>a'Inll. ..\
a tongueare B.v...... r.mou.for y........n..of tbvlr the captain and a mate.I a .!! ii,,921 p 8138 I' ... ...............Pol. (lI."ng8.. .... .... l'
common indications of liver I on watch sat on a water cask, forI = 0' 4 DiOjiS a 05 p.. ..................N..w tlonyrn.. ... ..... I'':
and kidney iliiensics.. Stomach and Mrs. H. R. lobe, foimeily of Birmingham, ACCURACY. SAFETY. DURABILITY t:5: tIC 16 P" a 85 l p .. ... ... ............O..k. 11111. ....... .. .... -
:. bowel! troubles; severe us they arc Ala., writes from Eldrcdge: the same state, ar. m&J0 tn ft IAFM .rnsb.r of it?!** uidlulubla was too tired to stand and after a '1> _10 e9..i' 8 a 00 ]> ...... ............ 'J'ltllsvlIe, ... .... .... .' '
as follows! ..T1., : for all klndj ot tbootiug for 'both: I had not the eo .::1391'.3331'.. ............ ....Ooc....... ...... ..... .
!give immediate wiiciiing* by pain, W. .k. fighting sleep as fought et ... .. ...
s B X. 111.0 p t 3 38 I' .... R"ckl.lltt .. ..... ..... ,
;' but liver and kidney troubles, ."It is with the greatest!J pleasure 1 that I recommend wind and waves had just lost myself, _Illil.: s. I 051..... .. ,..... . Jo.III Osillie.... .. ....
\''', ", though less piiinf ill at the start are l>r. Miles' N rvme and Ilenit RIFLES, PISTOLS SHOTGUNS a _:: aLl: 21 a I 13 I> .. ... ......:-Il'II"'rn.... ... .. ..... .
... Y liimkr Cure. I only wish Hint I could tell .. when I was aroused bY'tlle most unearthly en on .1011 a it I 03"i .... .. .. .. .. . .1l'bl1.allau: ...........
'F. much to cure. Tuedford's every A.k jour d !lm for lb. "STEVENS". If bilutan't en ... .. ..,........ .... S SN
';' sufferer how much good they have done me. kttep thorn ..will wnd <.ipr..prepaid) onrmwlpt shriek that ever bad sounded 1: tl: VI a f II U 81. 1.lIde. ... -

,; ',;' 1, \* fitt1jst'aw.I Ul.u.fc-DriuiB'lit i 1 /liver never ami weakened fails to bene kidnty9. I Last winter I had a severe attack of La- of price.' Bend: for Illiutrftted. CBt..1... in that good old ship. It not only .5 :- f 5 Has 13 a ; : fl '.: : : ::: ::: : ::.::: ::... PIerce. ..:: ::::::::::.." .

:..J stirs the Grippe, which left my heart in a very bad awakened me, but the rest of the Cg f 2 41\ a s 8 111'................. .. tdl'n... ... .. ....... ..
: : It up' torpid liverto condition. I could not lie. down for the N.I : oO 2 411U S 8 U 1' ...,............. .. J..n"PII .. .... ........
;
;; ; throw off the germs of fever and mothering/ spells that would almost over J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., watch, the helmsman Included" and 1A f260..031p.. ... .......... .i'tullrt.! .. .......... .. Sl
";",v{:. name. It i is a certain preventive come me and the feeling of oppression P. O. BOX Coot those below came turu.bllngup from a: l:: f8 :lll.. f 0 e7.. ................ Hoho8"nnd ... ...... .
.8. ............... "' ...... .. .. .
l., cholera and l3riQbt'tIiease of around heart. I had nut been so that 1 a.713p. .t.Jnplter.
I : .pl", my CHiCOPEE FALLS. MAS9. the forecastle while the captain's head 26 tI s 7 t11'i ., .. ...........Weor PaInt Julloh. .. .. .. .
for I
i'.}, the kiJnev.9tli kidnevs reinforced could he on my left side a long time. stood out wonderIngly above the com- <.II.. :J4 If' o .. 8 8 13 p ...... ... ... .nuy. n ton .... .... .. .. 3E
:'.1 ;.: .;; by Thcdford's iilack gut your Heart Cure; and look three bottles .. .. : e 6 05 a a n I'. ..... ..... ... D'II'ay. .. ... .. ........
.t/t: Draught thousands of have I have no trouble now with my heart and -- --- --- -- -- -- panlonway. Ia a ..00IaIl907\1., .... ....... .Ft J.allrl..r.1"1...,... .....
.. .\''ff persons can lie on my left side as well .as my right 'I li.. Influence of The Yonih's Companion. "Who's hurt?" be cried. al :- t022aa9201I.. ... ..... ... .H.'II.nI..le.' ... ...... -
dwelt immune in the midst of yel- Formerly 1 had suffered for bears with nerv. on.. aOIlOII"9t71>.. . .... .. LemonClty. .. .. .. ...1
t._ :,. low feVt'r. Many families live in ous prostration. 1 had tried so 1I1.lIIy.en.. TUE jfospel: of rood cheer brightens/ "No one on deck, replied the "mate. _L. 7 UO.. fAt. .. .. .. ... ... Itianth .. ... ... .

: ..... perfect health ami have no c other: edies, that 1 had cot: clcnr out ol heart of getting every .tge of Tin YOUTHS COMPANION. "How is. it with you from below? SCHEDULES: OF BRANCH Li:
doctor than Thcdford's! DlackDratigkt ( anything that would help me. 1 he Alibouvh the paper I la nearly "We're all right." There were five of C
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a';!; ;"'4A, It i always on hand! for nervesof my heart were so affected that seventy-seven: years! 01 age, It does them. On deck were the other five sailors
SANFORD BRANOH.
ORANGSNo.111
sometimes woul.l lose beats it would
it so
use in an emergency! and saves not look back ou the past as a better besides the captain and the mate. I

II{ 'i-:.;; .: : i f' many expensive calls of a doctor. seem of to a stop lady friend altogether.th.it. I It tried was your on Restorative the. advice period than the present. As soon as It was known that all were STATIO"S. I ,No.12. "N5iNo.I I
U f.t : ; I Mullins, S. c. March 10 THE COMPANION believes. that th.e E !lzJ_ Daily. Dotty I Dolly hi
1901. l'i erv 111". 1 felt better after the first the
fell the
fear
men >
present' on
a ,
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\ ,1O a Iv Titisiville .. .Ar liii eo ...
.,\.1. ..' I have used ThedFord's Black.Draught few doses and two botllcs of Neivme ansI. t mo most lull ol promise Is the timewe mate, on all except the captain. At ..718 a Lv. ..... .. .. .lIma........... A' n3 311', .3001' slO lOll I.. .3)'
t{.tS II for three years and I have not had to!go one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new are living in, and evety Issue re- 1883 a Lv. .......... Osteen....... .. .Ar fll I 515 a 3 tIp I at.12111 i I.v. I
: "'' to a doctor sine I have been taking It. person. My heart is all light and my nerv IICI.tI tills n)>im of looking forward any rate if he was frightened he dldsa'tshow .s 116 a Lv. .... ..Enlerprlse.... .. ...Ar all 011" S 3 tip "II SI".:Lv.()
;." '. It Is the best medicine for me that Is ousness Is all gone. I never full to" recommend and not back. it, though the affair nettled him. ia so .. Ar. .... .. S ',fnrrl.- .. LvslOIlOil__" 4 001'81146IAr._ (

on the market for liver and kidney it to others afflicted as I was. To more than half a million American "What are you standing there for like No.23 No.21 No No.17 YPORT
troubles and All druggists sell and guarantee first hot- flock o' ?" be roared. "Come 19// MA
families ,
I dyspepsia and other carries every week Its a sheep / I
tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for flee book Sunday Sunday Dully
2 complaints. Rev. A. G. LEWIS. on Nervous and Heart Uifceas.es. Address im-8satre! of cheer. Its stories picturethe you," to me "and you," to the mate. only. ..nly. ..-" '-!!'"..__ BRANOH._.

::0 .,. .....:;. Or. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. true characteristics of the young; "We three should be enough for some ;.i.ii-p silo 011 a. 0 30" S lIooa't'' ....... ..Jscicponyilis ... .. ...Ar .4
1 rl ,. .an men and women -- ,-.' "= articles bring nearly thremllllon .a 10 phI) 45' a 'I I 101" V 20.1r., .. .. ... ..P.bloB..b.. .... ... .Lv ..
n -- -- -- -- -- last and 'la I
1 readers in touch with the best thought aboard at the port making f. .11 p flU fiO a f 0 111 p f'lI S. aLt..Atlastho' 8b.... Lia .. ..
NOTICE OF ArTMOATION( ) FOR TAX havoc below with the eatable cargo." a 00 p_.U QtI aa_ S 10 I'_a IIO.It., .'". ..1I.ypurl .....Lv .
S NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX of the most famous of Jiving men and
I DEED U.NDKIl bLX'TIO.N 8 OF CHATTER HEED UNDKK: SKOJIUN 8 OFrH.lPrKK wow en. Down the companionway and down Tlle8a Time Tables show (l1e Uult'a aTh .;b i.tr-.a'V; ; ; b;exit,

S I"II." LAWS FLOKIUA.. 4S88!! LAVVS OF FLORIDA. ( Annual Announcement Number into the bold we went, the captain from the several stations,but their a'rival or departure at the ll.nca

I fully describing the principal features lighting the way with a lantern. We nor does the Company hold Itself responsible' any delay or any' <
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._ .5. ; III hereby ylven that M. .F. Kotilu- rom .
la that Lit Cod\
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S S NOTICE Jlu""h""r.'l'u"" \ I'erVnvuie: No. \UT1CE "..",.hereby of Tux Certificate No. Mil of THE COMPANION'S new volume for searched the hold from stem to stern,

3i4 7, duuu LOu ;,d day ot\ June A.I. 1MH IUBtlieU dated thu Hd day 01 June' A.li I i., Hull, 1U04 will be sent to any address free. but nothing did we find, though if anyone KEY WEST AND HAl
i; said c".tl1I".IIIIII, I )'oitlee and him, umile, lied mild ceitillcatn In my i.lHue, and b".1. The new subscriber tor 1VU4 will receive had chosen to hide be could have
appit Jat iou lor Tux Uuvil to laaue Hccoiilmn,
nailt' application I lor tux iloed to I..n..ln I
.y to .law. SaM: eeiMUciile emb.nce tbS ,. followIng eordance with law Said. certillciUo, ..", ", all the issues: of THE COMPANION done It and we been no wiser, for the PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNEt

ilesvribvil l'I''II''rllullt d In VoluslHCounty t ho following lU'pcrlbed property situated InVoluala I for the remaining weeks of 1903 boxes and barrels had been well shaken CommencingSeptember) 30, 1908
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FIoiIilii low
; county' I Florida, to-wlt: tree from the time of subscription, -- -- -- --_-
.5 t"" SeV or .n l I*,101' I S: of H.K. Sec IT 18 South, "Ml lilk'T, Luke Helen. also THE COMPANION Calendar for by the storm and needed a lot of I SOUTH BOUND. Noitr

t t; Ejtlt.ai.t.ihe': Tito said land belnx assessed at the date 01I fixing, and at last the captain more I LT Sundays. and Wednesday.... 13 0 Lv Havana Tbiiisdir ,*' .
"hl lunil being ascesdeil Bl tliu dateof I he l8BU4nre of ,such test s liesitu in I ho inline' 11)04) lithographed iu twelve colors Ar Key West Siin>1ayt Wednesdays... I \ Krt \\ ..Mll'hu..i. 4. ..
I the iBBUiinuu of. sod ei-rlilicntulu the nuuu or lie". Win. Lonif. JuluHB said certlflcate, and gold. disgruntled than before, led! us up to Lv Ry West WednesdaysArHavaua .. C 8181'1 Lv Key Vest :MoiulaJr ) -
? of EU: Coleiinin. L'uliDr emu cvrtlllvutvBlmll .hall ho redeemed uccordlnir to lii w. tax deed . '
i ...S the deck. We were met by ulue Inquiring Thursdaysml .. < MiamI Monthly u
THE COMPANION
. t be redeemed avcunllnir to law, Ta.xDeed will I ISBIIU tliiTeiin on the lath day of November YOUTH'S II m
S will laouu. Iberion. on tliu lliti day olbovcuiber I A. I D. 1MUViliieHsiuyotrlclal 144 Berkeley :Street. BOSTON, MASS. faces, but had nothing to report r An addition. I to above ;;;;,;j..ipii; be- p-t-.: ; between X'e'Wt; i

: Witness ray, A.D olllclul l\Ooa.\ ulgnature und seul IhUthelitu ha\ Mill day of October sigimtnro' A. I It. IWit.SealJ \and: leal tills --- ---- and the captain snarling some Lv. Key Went Mondays and Frlil! iya .. .7 30p1| |Lv Havana ruadarAr. .. 'oj

dll)' of Octobfi', A. I*. ItmJ.sbALJ ( ) SAMUEL I). JOHDAN. thing like "superstitious curs" Insteadof HavanaTueadnyaandila'urdiiys .AUuaJUr I Key Wesi 1_Tueailav #
[ :SAMLD:; : J011DAN. Clerk Circuit Court of oluslu County }'lii. If you find yourself blinking your giving information went to his ;
Clerk CIrcuit; Court Voluallttount !'',ol'lhJ any I'I \
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: } 1 eyes!' rapidly without any cause stop For copy of Local Time Card-.or other Information ailJres' S.
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In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida me iiitnit at once or it Will grow into Twice during the night the yell was J. D. RAHNER, Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUC ;.

NOTICE APPLICATION FOH TAX In and for Volusia County In Chuneery. nn Incurable habit that will make your repeated from the bold, but whether __ __ _________ __ __ ________h_ __ __
J I Ut-EU L'NUEIt S":1'110dOli': : CHAPTEH eyesight full early In life. Natural the captain preferred to put off any "
48S8 LAWS OK PLOKI1M. blinking Is necessary to clear and Are You North
(\\LAtleu DAVIsI further search till day or was himself Going or '
S Complainant 1 j js. nolnteii the: eye. The average" number
hereby i 1 ylv< n that iMra.JuuvMett' : converted to the belief that the ship
I :' NOTICE''".'''' or Tux On Illume iNo. ll 1, S. } of nnturnl blinks Is about twenty per haunted be did not again
. 555 i uhllll'tt Till. day 01 June, A.H. I Irtil"\ IIIIB tlnustilil llLUTHA: IJAV1I4. | blinker will was appear.
I ceilltlcute tn wy tiltlce, '.,i.l h..., mude upplluulIon ))"'''11<11111'. J minute. But a nervous For my part, I have no fear of ghosts, THE 1
I lor tux ties ll I to issue l-i u mjcoitluticiwltli T the nllida\lt, of theCoinplitlnant vlnk 100 tIniest In a minute. The re
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I appearing' by but in Its stead I was born with a deal -
5' -. .. law. futil, vuilitluittu I iiitiruut'S. the tot., I In the above hilt I hIt lesleiiLeot stilt of this will be an excessive de- 1 LOUISVILLE; ;& NASHVIL r'
1 ,_. tVh'' s low III" ileHC Itoii property sltuiittil In Vuiuslucouni < I thedetendant, .CIIIIII"1 ilsi\ Ia, Ntnalllnt of curiosity. Once when I was sleeping
rfctr >. t'lorKhi, tSSWittwSSt..s : .. unknown but Is belleted to be within the elopiuent f'f the eyelid muscles. It below and the thing shrieked I S OFFERS UNEXCELLED: PASSENGER: SEIiModem
Lot I, bik' N' Pui-l Uianiir.The lilted States, ; that thti defendant, lleiMlmluls ilso Involves u counter Irritation
siiiu land I bflug tiHauHHuil Hf the ditto ot. is over the atieof twent -i>ne r..tll'8, stole out of oiy hunk and taking alight 'J'nilns I cuiTlnir Pullman: Sleepers, up-to-date! C'onrlicj.! flu
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S j the 'UsiiuilVH. Of BilOu uellllli'Hlu s III tliB nuiiiu suit. tituS there is no peiwdi In this Mate, the which ucts ou the optic nerve and renders weilt down to make another try und Dinintr. Curs: between Southern uuu Northern I'll:lest. The Pinesthe
,::5 -J 01 His. tfutHii, A. lliiinttt. L'n.tun assist C"I litiCHte ." r\lie' ut process on whom would bind saidelendunt. the sIght dully. more weuk and irItnble. fmi, Hi.
Hlitiil. be riMliLiiiiU accotUln to h'W.IIIII, : to Bud the cause. I was groping along, All AKentssell through. tickets via L. \ N.
S ,.., .. .. devil will Issue tlu-rtuii. on this Illlb day olNoVeuilKT It IH thereupon ordered' that snld defendant Once contrnct this habit und climbing over boxes and barrels, whenI For rates, schedules Hud sleeping cur reservations upulv l to
A.D. IUO.I.Wituers : li-rtha l>tI' I., be ,n nil she Is refilled to appear YOII will tutu you cannot bear a strong:
that drew shriek J. M. FL
received shock
my uinuiiii Hlirnuliire and svnl this a a
to the bill of complaint herein 1 oil or before the.tlrsit
S. & Vtti dny or October, A.li 1MU.IiSialJ :\ : light or rend sninll! types. and the eyes
S s'' 1 .Monday lu lieceinbi-r, A. I). Hurt, be.lnithe if rivaling those we bad heard for suddenly Florida
" '. {: SAM i. D. JORDAN seventh day\ ol said month otherwise thu will get worse nod worse. The symp light revealed a face so wild, C. L. STOKE, O. P. A., 2011 West. Bay St., J
Oerk CIrcuIt Court Volusltt Co., fia.in my
S r Sills] bill will be taken'" tontessed b> salfl deendaiit need of
Indicate Louisville
5 tome a spectacleBCASTORIA ,
4 and the omplainaiit. will hate heat may an eye so brilliant with despair, that Ky.

Circuit Court, 7th J uilictul Circuit of Florida to proceed e-psiste i as Utfiilnst bir.It for a moment I did not doubt I had -- .- -- ,
I is further I ordered Unit this order be pubished I -
In and for the County of Volusla. In for live i-oiiHfcutl\e weeks. intheDe.niul come upon a lost soul risen from the ;
Chancery. Weekly News, newspaper published. in
place of departed spirits.
.1I1 S The Florida Couxt Lute Canul and' my hand and seal of said Court at A ma was sitting on a barrel, his

S., S ... 'rruimportatloii Coiapiiii a 1\\lie Court House' hIU"Lund. % tl ilsiusi. Cuss ill'y, legs crossed under him, looking at me rWINCI1FT
S Corporation, etc., FlorIda, thls.lrd< diiy of iNovemboi', A. I U. 1'JO.I.SA.M'L For Infants and Children.
; Complainant : 'I I). JliKllAN.Suul : with no more surprise than if I bad -

S t .- Tbe Ellsworth ca.S ...situ Company, a [ ] clerk, Clivult Court The Kind You Have Always Bought been there always. For a moment I ..

S .'..monition, etc., and Ihailcx, was not sure that he was a mall, for

Vs -S fS4 H. Halt, j ,'ni; ICE: OF APPUCA'IION }o'IIH| TAN Bears theSignature his expression was neither that of the FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SH 1

( NOTlcK.rj'HEKIIsworth Defendants.. ) HKIOD:! INOKH; SEOIIDN H o I, of living nor of the dead. Never before had New RivalLeaderRei I

S CHAfl'Elt 4883;: L\\VS OK FLol I realized the force of the expression ,
; : Trust Conipiin', u corpora- IDA. mrrLrWIrrLrunrH
S : -, I lion oriranl/eil, and ez, .lat lssi iinOer the' of "marrow freezing in one's bones
55 % laws of the "Mate ol Iowa ansI Charles\ H. Is hereby given iliat C. L. Huichln- .
NOTICE -- - But reason soon comes back into play, F looking for reliable sho
5- .5 Hurt, ",U-leii.laiila>me naineil In. the above pinchuMi-r ol T''x CeiilltuHte No I'IB' you are ,
entitled, CIIIIHU, ate herebj teiiuircil' to appear ..uted the 4th ilay of Nov. mistier, A. 1>. ItttfA, baa and In a few momenta I knew I was
S to the lull of complaint Died hvieln s attains! .luau .mild, curtlticatu In my utttcc,and has ..."d... It's For.You confronted by a maniac. How or when I munition, the kind that shoots w| ft.
.
los lux, ileuu. .
them on or lietoiu Monday, (December Tib, ppllcailon 10 Issue in siceord.Shea
A.II.I.. I. with law. Said cerllflonte embiaces the or why be had come to be there I left _I point your gun buy Winchester Ii
'I'he Del.aiHl, Weekly Nous a newspapi-rpub- ollowltiKdescribed' pioperly sItuated 'II Vo. for another time. What filled my mind ,
liaised at Iel4 ID ; ": hereby ilexltrmitfd!' as the newBpuper I In which EH! of nvfansI ue)4) ot seH sec In, Tp 17 then was bow to get him out. Shotgun : ]
tills{ order. Is to once u eek tor five (6)lonsecntire ) It lnKe.ll; Iuol. .r
S appear ( "Come with me, I said softly yet '
V weeks.Witness Tnu Dnld. hind. being. iix-chHi-d ut theilateolhe ; Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater ]
,
.. my hand. und seal of said Court at I l5ssisi. lieu of such eel, Li lien te I In I lie IIHIIH* i.lnllu I with firmness. And advancing! I took
-.5 DeLanO!, Voluala C'ouuty, Florida, this 2nd J llui-drlniin.i Unli-sKsaid ("i ri i lion to..hllll hold of hIs clammy baud. To my surprise with Smokeless. Insist upon having Wi]
day of November, A. 1>. IMA.IdEAi. he redeemed. aceordinir! to lawlax itcetl\ wilt
.. S I I: I!: ..] IAlI'L: : I). JUIIUAN t'.II" th, reon ou tbu 171 li slay or Noveinbir. be suffered me to lead him like a Factory Loaded Shells and no'ALL
S Clink Circuit Court, VoluslaCounty, H 11. A. D. 100.1. little child and, making our way accept
i
S \t .. .,"1 '1"1 .
Bryan & lir>an, IIII< H my < svnatiir und ."ullbl.
' S A':': Solicitors! and of Counsel. for Complainant. .be Ibth day ol Oc'ol' >o.', 0\. (D. I'MU.< through and over the cargo, I led him : DEALERS KEEP THEM
-\ [INsist: J HAM L O. JOItDAN on deck.
\_ Clerk Circuit Con it Voluslii County, Fia.
The dawn had meanwhile come, anda
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I ; ; Southern faint light gave a better sight of him.
Georgia NOT1OB APPLICATION): FOR TAX
He hud on the shreds of a sailor's costume -- -
DEED UNltEK .SKOFIDN 8 (OK
S R CIIAITEIt 4888 LAWS OK FLOR but nothing on his head or feet. I

IDAVIOTICE I called the mate, who came staring,

t ijI1 and' I Mm a brief account of how It
Florida The Great Health Drink! gave ATLANTIC
: AND Railway is bureby given hat P. L. II utolil n-
I had found 4fKJ':1s.i1JcLc1
We
r' son, purchaser ol Tax CertlHunte; No till! our new shipmate.
: dated, the .Id day of July. A. ll. 1UWI, bus iiids.atd questioned him, but got no reply. Whilewe
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I certificate( I In olllce, anil
baa made
m: "Suwanec River Konta." pplloatlun. for tux my:need to issue I In acuord-I Dispensed) at all Soda., Fountains Sc were Crying to get something out ol
....c. with law. Said certificate embraces ihs him the captain came on deoV. :
ollowlnif dencrlbed, properly situated In Vo-
' S : \ Scbodulu) lu Effect June 28.1U03. uslii county, Florida, lowlt; METTO Syrup 1 19 A sailor standing on the bowsprit
Ni'14 ot eH beu El!, Tp 17 South Range 30 put up called out that there was a raft lashedto :

I. I Lime': Flyer. Qulikslep SiiHt, 40 acres. for mixing with Ice waterin the chains. That revealed the whole The Great Through Gar Li )
.5 s S : l.vPalatka. .... .. ..... ....IICOplD IDniu Tho said mud being 1\8..d. at thodatoof the Summer time and
.
S >,1 .,s *. ; Lv JackiMinvllle. ... ...... 7 /fto pin 7 4ft am thu Issuance of Shell cerllllciiiH In the isasniaof matter. The man had been wrecked, .
i r .4 ;t Ar VildoBta. ......... .. .II UA pm 11 IK amla Juines V. Unrd,,". Uiilesssind' cerllllcato with hot water In the Win- had taken to_the raft, struck our ship '
r ,. Ar TUloo..... ..... ... ... li:> Na buss ; >U; pm hull be redeem d according law, lax deedwill '. "
t : Ar Cordul.s I4fiuinArMiicon / I 4H! pw Issue thuieooon the nth day ol 1>.comix( r. ter time. Specially adapt. In the night and after lashing his float CONNECT ,
V. D. IWO.Wliness.
5. '1? ( 3 40 slut 4 111 clambered on deck. But how In his
pillS ed to family use either
,+ C. olUA.ArAtlaotn my onlolnl .Ixuuturo awl! seal Ibis as OVER ITS
S S . ........ .. 780am 7 45 pin hu lit li day of November A. H.Il000.loRI.I a beverage or table drink, frenzied condition be'\ad the natural EAST OWN -
'ilf N. C. &.. ST. L. [: : Circuit HAM'L: D. JUUDAN, sense to do so Is a matter rather for TOTHfc: ton. [lichino d ingt ... _
ChaiN
Court Volusla Flu.Trluiiiilna taking of .
th'place .
t'ouuly. tea
r Ar Chnttttnooifa. I (ID) pm I 00 am H
... .. those who have studied lunacy than I'enna lvan
5.4 Ar Nashville B M pin B 4U mn -- -- -- a Y
( coffee etc. ALL-RAIL. 1
l. rtatiost
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: ILL.
\1tNT. tt. H. sailor man with no education.
.itP Ar St.: Louis ..7 OH am 124 pin The LosiIvtIlo 1& ,
;: Ar Chicago.. '" ..JO Wi amL Salt. We took the man down to the galley T WEST -4
/ A N. It. K. "Ctiarloy, dear," said young Mrs. Prices for Syrup : i Pint, and gave him the first thing some THE
: Ar Loulsvllla HO 11 38 The l\hblle II
am am
ptl .
.e 4 S ArlJlocll\ntltl....... ..1 :MJam 4 U6 pm TorkklQK, "bow do they trim the sailsof 25c. 1 Quart, 75. t Gallon warm broth. This we followed by meat .. S 4

O.&E.I.H.R. a yncUt?" 91.35. 1 Gallon 250. and little by lIttle.let him bave a faIr Via Sauoo.h ..
.r Ar Cbtcao.. B IS
amPol "Why- r-they Just trim 'em, that'sall. meal. His. reason returned, and he told Phils" Steamshj
;
S Id train* from Jacksonville to Macon. Directions : Two table us of his Via f ...' ,
ship
being beam end
put on
-i: Train from Palatka connect ut Vuldosta spoonfuls used to grlaae of TOTHE; EAST NB ;
r with trains itolnw north from Jacksonville. "1 know. But what kind of trimming water. Costs less In the storm his taking to the raft with ,
.. than 2c. 51kv
S ,-tit5:' Macon Local.,;remaining Hleepers on In depot Dixie until flyer T !Wa.train in.for do they use. ?"-Washington 4ar. aglaR8.Tropical even others, who were all washed off. VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Say eta. .. ,-

Pullman Buffet Sleeplnn Cam from Jack. I *. remembering everything till the last 13,000 miles of aD! 'TI?'

2 onvllla' to St. Louts via Dixie aooYe Flyer route train without, also WORM DESTROYER.White' ManfcturiflC o any man left him, and he was alone watch To Key 'W'es are on ale by the p

:f1f'n"e: on same train to Cream Vermifuge, not only ing every mountain billow, expectingthat 5
z Iblcago without oh"o.lI.. kills but the It would send him to join his lost -AND- 0 New York, via Atlant '
worms removes mucus JACKSONVILLE
,'j c.S For schedules ansi' other Information, ad.a' FLORIDA, HA VAN them
I dress, J. H. RAF 'TEaY, and slime, in which they build their companions. His meeting our ship, the Railway. j r

-- S District Paa Ant. ZH! IV. Hay S'. nestsit; brings, and quickly, a healthy lashing of the raft to tbe chains his ply to Agents Atlantic Co ,: '
rne11; Jl1ckaonvIU".rloa. w- B. FUDGER
: rC.B. RHODES condition of the bodywhere worms Sold bv G. W. FISHERW. getting Into the hold and wbat he did W. D.. /ARK. I -

Gen. Fa... Avt., Macon Oa. cannot exist. 250 at all druggists. n W. ALCOTT. there were a perfect blank to blm.I Interchang :;.av. PIlSS. Agebt. !-

I Whenever I hove spun this yam the 1'1alr'ents. .
--- princIpal ral Tille,
S -- doubters bare Invariably hit on what '
Vf.rJ. CRAIG ..
they call the "_Ilk points...first; how Through QCD'l Pail. l.iJklO Um1n r -

LsEiI T Cure a Cold in One D :;:., could Why wouldn't the man he have rather lashed ban his climbed raft Lln9alee r ..,.No_ 1'Iior -''.---' "

up and let It go/: ? My( theory; is that he or write: No Cure Pay'

- I Tab Laxative ,Brom 'Q,1dnine, Tafr'AIi ;?.? .a. .. did tbe bashing a fortunate moment; ,FRAN a.ckIllooLUwrPIIII. .

s.v-lrIIJIIoa hauoWla .- la .......... ThJa ,1:1: ;," IaoL 3 couldn't bare left the one and 'got on to
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the other without lashing -t .
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Oo\/o.0'toVe eo oAUoti O The past week has been quite dull LINKSOWEN.Boger : 1 +Oo O+OFO.+GK)+O+O+ lKFfllOliI- 1I tfffO+O+I O-FO+O+t.

In DeLand. Nearly everyone who

o THERE'S A SNAP IN DE LAND. could rake up the price has gone to links of Bartow Married to question of economy on the '

( .. Jacksonville: to see the elephant. Miss Mary Owen of DeLand. Economy rUF bill Is one than appeals for-
0 to housekeeper, as
every
School Stationery at Brill's. At the home of her grandmother, well{ as to butchers, grocers, '

Mrs. M. L. Drake, on Howry avenue, in the cafes, druggists! restaurants, and, In
I Beautiful, ,l Picturesp Hallowe'en was fittingly! observedby Wednesday evening, Miss Mary L. fact, to every one who consumes Ice

the boys; a few signs were movedBrumsey'a Owen was married to :Mr. Roger In his home or business. Nnmeroususe

automobile was taken from Links of Bartow, Rev. Kennedy of of tests resulted and In careful the discovery experimenting of the SAVIN

the barn and left on Minnesota avenue Bartow tying the nuptial knot. Onlya ICE FAD, which, when placed in your

; the front wheels of M. Davis' few \Invited friends were present ice box or the Ice chamber of your refrigerator "

Just as you might expect, new carriage were taken oil and bidden Mills Lllllc-May Mayers of Bartow will reduce the consumption -
o) of Ice 15 to 33* cent The
and other more or less harmless per
you can get them if you .0 I mischief indulged In. Several deputy presided at the piano. After the ceremony Is an Ingenious little dlvlce, the
a wedding served.
supper was of which la one of Its great
0) (A I marshals were on duty, but the boys The bridal party left on the midnight ICE'and; recommendation All you do I la

((* Come at Once. e I eluded them successfully. train for South Florida, the place It with on the the Ice bottom resting of !your upon Ice it

: Trespass notices-printed on cloth- bride and groom going! to Tampa, IT WILL DO TIIK: nEST.Bigelow's .
0 for sale at this office where they will make their future

J .. I Walter Marsh home, Mr. Links being in business:
MCELROY'S.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo says that he will there. I
:
make application to the Board of Hardware fore.VtVltilWItQKiUStitttSl
.
County: Commissioners for permissionto
About C. A.
DU'kergon.
nooooo0! 1. 01 1o !leti. OOpo 'i\Ii' use the county road jail as a hog O4.O4O4S
We published last week extensive d O+O+OoK>t K>I<>IYt OoJ-O i +OoH>l-O-o I O)+U oI-Oot-o-t-Oot-o i + !I.o>O+('ld! !
r--- trap; that he has a large number of: .. .
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extracts from the Miami telling - ---- -- -- --- ----- -- -- -
hogs in that section of the county and papers
o Mrs. C. J. Anderson left Saturdayfor about the mysterious disappearance IIlti- !"IIlt t'{t' !!Il: tr"lllIMIJtE1J1Ett'! !! ! }!"!'!i"k1''t4fllittiUs9uU.1"s''l6141d1k't' !! !! ?
the jail will come In most handy. The
g Local and gI Jacksonville after a two weeks'. of C. A, Dlckerson, formerly of
jail has been lying idle beside the Oak Brand Lemon !{ Peaches
visit with her mother, Mrs. Austin. DeLand, but now a resident of Miami. | ling j .
road for
Personal Uriels -'- Daytona several months. i
The drat entertainment of the sea The many friends of Mr. Dickerson Apricots -

,ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMrs. son was given at the Putnam House' Stove and fireplace Wood-Orders will be pleased! to learn that he has.

A. Smythe returned to her Friday evening by the members of the left White at Front Ryland Grocery& Sparkman's will receive or the been found, or, rather, has found him- Green Gage Plums i

home in Owego, N. Y., on Wednesday, Rubbletiubdub Club. About forty prompt attention. Emery Baldwin. self. From the Miami papers It Is. !
learned that Mr. Dickerson Cherries
after a short visit to her and wandered
parents, people were present, a very en j,
Senator and Mrs. W. H. Bristol. joyable time was spent by all. City Council meets Monday night away while suffering! : from an attackof l
| Oro Brand Cherries
Call on Marsh Bros for the Best temporary aberration; that he recovered -
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mathes re- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alldis entertained Florida Meats. while near Palm Beach, took

turn to DeLand this week, after a few of their friends at thel the train, and returned to his home. Ic Pears 1;

spending the summer in Tuckerton, home on North Boulevard Friday DeLand Is gradually filling uf. y "

N. J. evening l'here are very few houses for rent Fudger! & Perkins are making arrangements Peaches t

Rev. E. T. Curnick, wife and son arrived J. T. Cairns and family the icre nov.hen the winter rush! is to set out 250 mure grape
spent
on Monday from Booth Bay week in attendance on the Jacksonville : on, some of our home people will be fruit trees on their grove north of | Alexander's Fine Honey iiHEHSSVrkJ-, \ \ ,, : 1 I.I r r
willing rent their homes and
Harbor, Me. They will spend the carnival. Mr. Calms also had / occupy town. They will be set In the centers

winter in the Aydelotte house: north I some business to attend to in the me -but rooms outside-for valuable of consideration Between the orange trees.!: All these good things can be found at the store of 3 s
these "obtainable I tl
of town.C. .
I J tropolis. places" there will soon be no homes Chickens. and turkeys wanted at

Chrlstlancy was in town a few J O. J. Hill is at present in HavahaI for rent. the: University. Apply to S. I.Brown,

hours on Monday. j Cuba, on his way to the Isle of PInes. Steward.Mr. i RYLAND & SPARKMAIV I Iwww
I Flinch Cards at Brill's. New gift
The I He has our thanks for several copies edition.If Rowe, the father of E. P. Rowe
following were made full- w w w Kom ;' ;' 'M.WM W MMmMKo

fledged Odd Fellows at the regular I J lof Havana papers. of the tell-e-phone company, I U In _________ __d __ _. ___ .- -. -
will watch the
our people attractive
town on a vlalt'to his son and family.
meeting of Magnolia Lodge Monday I Mrs S. B. Wilson and children went bargains advertised in THE NEWS

night. Messrs.. B. Burgess.: Bow-: down to Jacksonville the first of the by our local dry goods merchants, and Mrs. F C. Codrington was taken COURTING IN IRELAND. Adversity borrows Its sharpest sting ',

rey, Taratus, Wilford, Bird, Booth I week to spend a few days with Mr. take advantage of them, they will very ill on Tuesday, but Is now recovering from our Impatience-.-Bishop Horne.

and Easton Wilson and take in the carnival. Und no necessity to send away from rapidly. Lover and Luveniaklnw In the Laudof lie alone Is an acute observer: who _
the Shamrock. can observe minutely without belug
Hon. James Atkinson of Enterprise, home for anything wanted. I
t e' O. L. Brock was among! the home- Money The Irish way of courting in the oldlilY' observed.-Lnvnter.
who holds responsible position in the sent out of town is a dead loss to the Col. D. B. Paxton and Mrs. Paxton
this week.Superintendent. and in
!
comer! quiet country places e'eolo It the ancients left us Ideas, to our
whole pent a few days in Jacksonville the .
: community.Brill the present day was nod Is very different credit he It spoken, we moderns are
shaking Fish visited severalof first of the week, returning home
I yes from Unit style of thing which building houses! for them.-A. U. Al-
the coast schools this week and has just received a bran new .
friends on Monday. lot of choice Candles.: terday.A makes the sub.|<*ct of ninny finely paint. cutt.
then went to Jacksonville for a fewdays' 1'.1<1 roiimtice" There were no stolen ins
rip St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Sun- meeting of the Public School Improvement Money dishonestly: acquired Is neverworth
recreation. Mrs. Water terview no twilight walks no thought/ Us cost while good consciencenever
Cyrus dug a sweet potato a
8th. Association will be held
dayNovember Children's service
of klHMCt
or even hand clasps-lu short,
"The Reign of Law" will be the west of town, on Monday, that costs as much as It Is worth.-J. "
10 school 10:15 choral Tuesday afternoon. All interested ,
a. m.; Sunday : ; persons 10 loveinnklng whatever Hut It they F. Senn.

{ service, with sermon, 11 a. m.; Evening theme of discourse at the Presbyterian weighed 8J pounds. It walt" slightly in the betterment of the were at reaping or hnyumklng Peter The one who will be found In trial

1y z service, with address, 8 p. m. church next Sunday morning split, but was "good eating. school are urged to be present.Col. took hU place next to Uosle helped to | capable of great acts of love Is ever the
The Sunday school will meet at 10 ilutl her sheaves when his own were
Marsh Bros deal in the Best Florida one who Is always doing considerate
Mrs. W. W. Alcott has dropped the a.m. Prayer service Wednesday eve- G. W. Wallace of Ormond arrived lone nod at iiofindiiy took hIs share of
Meats. Polite attention. Quick small ones.-F.V.. Robertson.To .
% c1! word "hall" from the name of herr ning at 7:110.:: delivery. itII. In DeLand yesterday for a short ii.ila cake and his draft of milk from be bumble to superiors Is duty; toequul'
house which Is known visit T. her ImmN. Then In the quiet evening,
, popular now to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Haynes. la. Inferiors Is
Mr. J. H. Singleton of the courtesy, to nobleness
Agriculturist
L. of New York
w as'Melrose." Stevens arrivedin vhfii the work was done und the eveu-
'g simply as and to all safety It being a .
'I I force, went up to Jacksonville: the city S tarday to take the G. D. Jackson, who has been quite tig IIl1'ulVus over Peter would rise

Mrs. S. D. Jordan and Mrs. W. A. yesterday to take In the Carnival. position of baker for W. B. Fudger. sick, is now convalescent. lad look out of the door and say to his virtue that thoso for all It Its stoops! lowliness to.-! Sir coincnaiideth T.- e er

Allen visited Jacksonville this week. and other things. father or sixtors: 'TIs a fine night. I
_.. ... .... _... More.
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lilnk I'll\ go for 11 bit of a stroll. And
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ryland spent a I Henry Finney and Harry Morris a..O.O.O {1..o..o..o t) oO-o..o: +o fl O 4 t?' O f! 0.4.4.8.O'flNESti the bit of a stroll Inevitably ended ou I
few days sight-seeing! in Jacksonvillethis were among! the DeLandites who the narrow path through the whin The Valets of n Yncutlon.A .
vacation pays ns much from the
! week. 'took in" the Jacksonville carnival HOG hushes> up to the stile, over which ItI'U"
standpoint of character ns from any d

W. N. Willis, editor of the Sea- this week. __ ____ -GpNS: 5 > THAT IS I:: CALLED \ but three steps Into Alec McCros- other point of view. Just ns "every
I ,\ sitn's' liiixgard.: und then across to whereIn "
I' rascal when. he Is. sick
man a so the
breeze Miss Ruth Morris her dancing -
was circulating : opens 0-00
paper, amongfriends "A shone
BIRD. firelight,; welcoming through
best Inteiitloned man In the world .
ka at the county seat on Monday.Mr. class at the Putnam on Saturday, in U..II001'. may

Willis la making a. decided success the 7th. Miss Morris will give I two In sweetness and tenderness; our ,found the (Ire the family circle was be n brute when' he Is worn out physically
and working and planning or
u of the paper lessons a week, on Wednesday and PORKclosely widened to make room for him, as a
: tr11I1to\ dn R<> with n fagged/ weary
Saturday afternoons. Some of the matter of course. Maybe be took a brain. The brutal qualities lu a man's

: j.Its Editor] S. W. Johnston and family older society "young folk" want Miss resembles young chicken. draw I nt the pipe.. and. maybe be didn't. nature come to the surface when he

returned home from Asheville, N. C., Morris to organize a class for the ev But it ha that tine, nutty ,\II.I'I.tHI". would nit there quiet and linn drained his vitality to the dregsslie ,

the first of the week. ening. .. flavor no noticeable In the flesh! rontented for long enough; talking all loses' his self coutrol and his pnsslous -
I Il., time to Mi-Crossiin or the neighbor :
the of him. Ho does
better
get
w Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Arnold arrived i I Rev. W. J. Carpenter of Gainesville ( r of corn-fed pigs.!! It Is good! men lint with quiet, happy> eyes! watering things which In his soul he condemns

from Kentucky on Monday. They will discuss: the liquor traffic In refer roasted or broiled and brings Uo..le, the loved and chosen one as and says! things for which be afterward 1

will spend the winter in the Painter I I ence to DeLand, next Thursday ever. forth expressions of pleasure iiie gut In the Illckeilng light or moved bates himself and all because lut
rrwrt from those: who partake of it. ,[bout the room. And there was a gleam lucks stauilnn. The strain
physical long
residence west of town. ing. Both friends and enemies ate
!Im tier. eyes nod a smile on her lips !
of the bus made him so Irritablo ,
of lecture will\ be year
p. invited. Place :& ; .
vlik-li told
him he welcome and
Miss Mabel Wilson entertained a THE MARKET was and exacting that the merest trifle upsets d
nounced later. bade him
and
stay long come again
him. He all to pieces over
goes
number of her friends Saturday afternoon
her home Clara Fred H. Bronson, who spent the E. L. McBride, ONTHE anon. and In his heart was a firm reotloh.t little things,: which li<> would not even
: at on avenue,
CORNER as Boon! as ever be saw his way notice If he lu condition.
summer in New York city, hag goneto Manager. were good bodily
1, with a Hallowe'en party. to marrying" that be would have Rosle Success.
andMrsllBronsm -
Ohio. Miss Blanche -
:
mud! no other.
Mr. J. C. Robinson of Seville speu. *> also spent the summer: In the national o a o O oyO..G.O o G ao O o OO GO --aow O o a I This. In spite of all that Is written In '

s.. Sunday in town with his family. metropolis. Miss Blanche returned .. --- .- -_...-- ------ -- --- -- ,- story books, and silly romances or lf1Itonvos ollce slwd If he Intendedto '
e ---- -- Instruct his daughter In the different
04t/ to Gainesville in :September:: shown on the stage Is the recognizedand
"Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pickard left Saturday this It is said that a LaKe county man I Mr. D. Haynes and family are In Irlqb languages. He replied: "No sir. One
and Mrs. Bronson returns there seemly way of courting.Donation's -
e: for Jacksonville< ,where they will\ week. who does hU trading DeLand's One Jacksonville enjoying the carnival. Magazine. tongue Is stifUcleut! ,for a woman."

make their home in the future. Mr. stores, came here last week and decided -

Pickard has accepted a position in Col. Victor Vieron, who spent the that he would surprise his fami\ APHORISMS. It Keeps HIM Feat \\"nrm and I>ry.

his brother's grocery store. past year in Orange! N. J., comes ly. He bought new clothes throughout Mrs. Powe went to Jacksonville yes. -- Auk ", \' for AII.',n's, Kuot-Kiine:, a jinwiler' It
South this mouth. He will spend the ; including shoes, underwear and terday to join the DeLand carnival In nil things It Is better to hope than curt1** ('i'lillliliiins, ytvolk'ii,:O 1 ". At
inir. Dump ( all ilrnirirlsta and nil..ostores
Mr. W. C. Watts returned Saturday I
season with the family of Rev. J. C. hat. He put all his duds! in the backof party. despair.-Goethe. I :me. 111:

I "'"?from. ,' business.- ,. trip to Jacksonville. Porter, In Ocala. his wagon and drove homeward in ----- n -_

'. T}. cDonald and Miss Lillie re- The Womans Christian Temperance I the gloaming.! After crossing the St. t

',J ""leme Thursday] after. spendy Union Invite their friends: to Johns he tied his horse, threw all his 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 o 000000000000000000000o o

/.summer in Georgia. join them in their day of prayer, I old duds in the river, took his annual o o

Nov. 12th from 10 A. M. to bath and then proceeded to dress in o o o
M. H'' h brought down some Thursday, hit new garments-but he found that o -M- STORE 3STEWSx o .
t t- be set'out around his 4 P. M., in the Christian church. o o
s
and hat
the shoes
everything except o 0 4.

e on Michigan l avenue.s .. Col. A. M. Bailey of Orange City was had jostled out of the wagon! and been o o o 0

B. Fudger and' S. A. in DeLand Wednesday with the usual lost. But he surprised the family all g 0. A. DR: : EI: =..A db co. o o

panted by their betterelephant'in smile on his face. Mr. Bailey had just right, all right. o o 0 + 3 '

Jackson- been re-elected clerk of his town, b o
o
A" e Fine Evergreens! for hedge or lawn. fresh 7.u Zu Soda and Cream
how
take o
funny ways J
I o some people
' .t' the flattering vote of 35 to 5. See E. H. Hayward now. 3t Green Mountain( I Maple Syrup,. Crackers, Cheese: Biscuit. etc. ) 0 ,
-i-, ,00 II DT'S and out at
) a cry every. 30c, 75<-, '$1.25.: o
I have Groceries
,' An exciting game of football was o !' new and good.! It is saidVilJlam Bros.' Sweet and Sour Vou to buy every o o j
i o Pickles 15c 30c. William Bros.' day, and we want your business:
,
played Friday afternoon on the Athletic o a certain doctor is alarmed o
o Pearl Onions, 13c.; We make every effort to (fill each o
Field between the'"Scrubs" and because the pure food men are o
o
Waldorf Chow-Chow.: 15c Royal
; order correctly with the best of {
the Second Team. No one was able to o o making such perfect and healthy Cocktail Catsup, 25c; I Extra Celery: o o
m p learn the score. o foods that there may soon be no Sauce; Cupid Sweet Midget!' Pickles everything. I If any error should o

1 r. t 0r o practice for the "big medicine 25c; Pure Extracts, Lie, 23c:: etc. be made, we wish you would return o o i
Marsh Broa. are now handling the o Che Loons/ Preserved Ginger, 25c;: the goods. o r
finest western meats. o oman" We have the pure foods oOc. (Makes you almost swallow .... 0 ar

o all right, and the doctor will have your tongue.' ) Remember, we the largest o
carry o
At the First M. E. church on Sundaythe o o to look out for his end. These foods Huyler's, Baker's, Van Houston stock of Dry Goods In town, andeverything o

t\ pastor will preach at 11 a.m. and o don't make sick come, but they do Cocoa, fresh and nice o
Your o
ly o New Lobster and Choice I Red as represented.
0 7:30: Morning subject, "The ,
p.m. o
o make muscle.I See "Sunny Jim"and
Steak Salmon. back if want it.
money you o
Ground of Christian Certitude" evening o
p ; o come here for cereals of all Codfish, canned and by the pound p. o

+ in Ie p "Plenteous Redemption." Sun o o klnda. Armour's, Heinz' and Campbell's We still have a supply of the o o
school at 10 a.m. Leagueat We never had so many and BO
er St day ; Epworth o Soups. o \
Stamped Pieces which we giveaway
nd 6:45: o nice fancy giocerlea. Armour' Canned Meats, etc. o }
,. p.m. o Austin, Nichols & Co.'s Maraschino Franco-American Soups (extra and offer' 81.00prize for the 0
l a f elgtt The Dally Times-Union and THE o o Cherries, and Cherries in floe). beat work done by girl under 14 o o
thi NEWS one year for 16. o Creme de Menthe, 50c each:Austin, f Hlgh-Orade Cot'l'eesand' Teasbest All work must be In by December o
years
and "REAMj o Nichols & <'::0.'s Queen Olives, 2% flavors at lowest prices. ,0
The season for quail shooting beganon o Austin! Nichols & Co.'a 13. Don t
\ -l '1e o 50, 65c; Assorted Cakes and Crackers, al o
j e p Monday, since which time our local o Stuffed Olives, 2oc. \ for one of the pieces' o

t/ irtag V. p sportsmen have been quite "busy". o w 0 o ;


4 z nd et i ac v 0J. The said to"crop be the of quail"finest in In years this' sectton, which Is la o o o o 0A. .D R E K A & 0 O o o o o

sensible ,
the
flue In a great measure to o o

ll law passed by the last Legislature o o Oc.j SHOES HATS MILLINERY ETC. o o
and to the watchfulness of our game LO azt0OLOTIIING,1 f o

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LUHCREN AND BARBERIflLLE- 00000000000000000000000000o HEW SMYRNA. U1' Rests on 52 years of '
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Special Correspondence.BAHBERVILI.E.. Items how the Breeze. Tho N ows. successful business.... .I

:' Orange City io B. F. Chllton made a shipment of a Following is a complete list: of those

' Mr. W. R. Underbill and Miss Eula 0 number of boxes of lemons from Ron. whose advertisements will be found in

Reeves of Fruitland were married at 00000000000000000000000000Orange noc #grove this week. THE NEWS. As we endeavor to keepout (I: i

church October November 4. Mrs. of columns all Irresponsible
Beulah Baptist Fruitland City Harry McCarty'' was out hunting our ,I

,: t 7th, Rev. Win. Stones Palatka Amos Emanuel'' came up from Jack- Tuesday and brought in a number of persons, we have no hesitancy: in rec- .

officiating. They will make Barberville vllle Thursday evening to attend the nice ducks. ommending those whose names are ,

? their home. funeral of her' : found in the following list :

Rev. D. Spencer of Silver Pond hart who was buried Frida/morning, Capt.In his K. Sheldon boat He is will putting not have an engine to KOCKKS., To serve you when ",<:\

preached at the Baptist church hereon Rev. Halllday officiating/ W. W. AUottKltmd
'n wait for either wind or tide now. \ SpnikniHll in ,need of Paint.... 'i
; second Sunday in October. Deacon Waldo and wife arrived I White i:: FiontClruurryimv ; :
J Rev. Mr. Butler the pastor was also Saturday evening from Donaldson- Oysters are nice and fat now. The
ooous. SHOES, FDKNISHINGS.
present. This church has called Rev. vine, Conn., their home. They will oysters grown In this section are the U. A.Difka&Co. 'ii

Air. Gleason who will commence his board with Mr. R. D. Tucker for the finest flavored of any found along the .'. P. McElvoyH.VKKIIY rho -i t tn

i/I+ ''} pastorate the second Sunday In No. winter as usual. Florida coast. AND CONFKCrlONKKY. l'Y rV'I' .. I

... vember, preaching 11 a. m. lIe was Madam J. F. Leavitt left Friday Cards have been received here announcing W. B. FudgerBLACKSMITH' + ,

:formerly pastor and is said to have evening for Sanford to visit her son, the marriage.! on Nov. 4, of ''* AND WAGON-MAKEItS. I

bad much success: : In Increasing: the Win. Leavitt, for a few weeka. Miss Este'lle Cartwright and William Berry & Kent "

:membership of the church, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Fuller entertained Bartle Lupe) of Terre] Texas. Will Scott Huilirklns' IT' Covers a multitude ", ..... 'I
IHtVGGIST8 AND x
'v The school attendance is much lar Mrs. Chas. St. John anddaugh- was a former resident New Smyrna, S1ATIONUKS.
W. Allen of sin i
A. & Co.
ger than it was at the be h1ning. ter, Helen, and Miss Babcock at Sunday having spent his boyhood days here U. W. FisherHAKUWAKK.

/ Some shipments of fall vegetableshave dinner. His many friends extend congratula lllCVCLKt, FURNITURE.IllHrvlow .

been made from the depot Mrs. Charles Pelton and Mrs. Blakeof tions. Hardware Store: The rf.slh A Million Point cover* buildings -... 1

Mr*. John Hall, who lived near Lake Helen were calling on friends C. E. Philips went to St. Augustinelast ANutts & Miller (Also! L'lMltitHkliitf! ) end. fcsps them from. ..dtcsjr.CltflblUhed I ];
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'.:: Pierson, died Friday" October 23, after iu Orange/ City Friday. week, accompanied by his family), NEAT MAIL KETSMarsh I I

t'- 1 au illness of several:: weeks. The William Laws went to Jacksonville to have an operation performed on The Mi,liros.I'k..t on the CornerSTA'r1ONEIt HEATHS MILLIGAN MFG& CMCA '

I r,, ntelment was In Lungren cemetery Monday evening/ Mrs. Laws and Willie : his eye which was injured last fall, !! '. NOTIONS. 1

i :: .", on Saturday. joined him Tuesday evening. They and the sight destroyed.: Mrs. Philips F. G. Brill
I t' LUNGREN. have gone to see the Carnival. returned Wednesday and reported J.J\ ErlfksoilATTOJtN

There was just a slight trace of Robert Barnbart has moved his that the operation was successful and : K Y --AT-LA. r

l;).'.: frost here on the morning of October family into town this week. They occupy that Mr.\ Philips will be able to come J. E AlexanderBert f fJs
KlNh,),
'i 20th. W. C. Cannons': cottage on Uni- I home in a few days. J. W. I'eiklns The Racket Store

&1 A. M. Shepherd and wife from the versityavenue. -- PHYSICIANS ANU SURGEONS.E. ,!

j East Coast have settled here. F. C. Graham gave up going to T. Allen \
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! C. H. Curtis of UlulTton made a business Jacksonville to see the carnival on D YTOJ Villa Z. A.Bufrecketlcoiye l>uIn A. ERICKSON, Proprietor .

: trip to DeLand on Monday, October Items from the Gazette-New
account of a bad cold. John MuvDIarmldA.
.S.:: Munaun DRY ooo'vs, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWELRY J
: 19, returning next day. There was! quite a confused state of I. M. Cross has purchased thirty. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSIO ETC. :
DENTISTS. ,
,I t Three negro convicts: escaped from objects and things here Sunday morning live feet front on Beach street, adjoining W. S. TaylorINSURANCE ,

Lake Abbby where they were at worka The walking# of ghosts duringthe his fromer purchase of Miss .*. :. REAL ESTATE Agent for the SINGER, the best Machine\ in the world. All kinds of '

few days! a>/ro. One of them was recaptured night had rearranged Graves ave L. A. Cross and Mrs. E. N. Waldron.Mr. E. H. Huvwnrd Sewing Machines lepaiied and ports furn t,1ed.

at Kldridjre, but escaped nue, and the whole town In fact, untilIt Cross propones erecting a three- atlas A! 11.11.HutfhinsoiiAIISTltACTS.Wright Best and cheapest HARNESS in the city. Harness retain d promptly 'I
again. One of them was seen lurking looked as tho' it had been struck hotel his .
story the
on property during
uvY': A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION ..@:
\.-. around Lungren one night last week. by a cyclone. There was no particular coming year.A .
Volualu County Abstract Company -- -
Officers have been watching for themat damage done.
the railway stations!, but we do not Tuesday very pretty wedding occurred at LVMUKK: TURNING, "..Te.n"n,1 w -
Mr. August/ of DeLand !spent the St. Mary's Episcopal. church last
know whether of the convicts Lumber Company
any afternoon In town Mr.
visiting Sunday afternoon when Miss Virginia/ John 7'"el1h'IISI( o lliillUlnir Contractor) LAW DEPARTMENT
have been recaptured: or not. William Kolman and
\Mr. and Mrs. ,
Plowman and Fred Middleton were HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSI-9. -+-OF-J-
Emporla is. now without a schoolteacher : respecting for a dry goods store.
united in the holy bonds of matri- Helmet House
t Mr. Whorton whose: home is There is a very good opening here fora mony. The bride and groom are both Turner Winter Home House JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

yt In Tallahassee, having resigned about dry goods store. We ]hope Mr. August residents of Seabreeze, but are well WELL UICILLINO. .'

._i___ I- a month ajfo./ Impaired) health is assigned will engage/ in the enterprise and favorably known in Daytona.Mr. H. C. Haven DE LAND. FLORIDA.JOHN' .
as the cause of his resignation.A here. '

teacher is wanted for the school. Mr. Laws has bought what is known and Mrs. W. H. Davis and two MEDICAL: AUVKKTISUMKNTS.Grove's : : F. FORBES, Ph. D., ALIltHT J. PAK1UII, LL. It.,
',,, children of Cincinnati are the first TutrtvlvaH. Chill Tonic President.
It is reported that a fight occurred: as the Grover store on Graves avenue.It Hn"'l'IlI"'I'"I( I.,,,. Dean. t,
I J r, last Saturday evening among some of ; is connected with the 'store he guests! of the season at the Bennett t'nstnrlii Dr. Pit-no's (JolJi-n Medical Discovery

the white employes of the St Johns owned before. house. Mr.\ and Mrs. Davis are very Tioplral. : Mnnutiic-turliiK, Company Winter Term Commences Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903
much: in love with Daytona, and will 1),'. Jlik-8' Ncrilnu
Log and Tie company at Alco More Miss Marrlman, our teacher here, Wine ol t'nnliilManhattan .

-" ", than a dozen participated in the entertained a few of the young peo- remain here during the entire season.A He,Woo Tl."p..utlcitlOChtI"lI TWO 1EARS' tOrUSE-The: Law Department. df John B. Stetson

"scrap," and one man was rather ple Saturday evening with a Hal. meeting of the stockholders of H. E. Hncklln it Co. University /gives a Two Years' Course, leading! the Degree

badly hurt. It is said that a man over lowe'en party. the Equitable Building and Loan I'III01'OVN'4. ARMS, KTC.Winchester of L.L. B. .
J J' there in Lake county is running a Our city election passed off very Company will be held at the opera Aim. J.Stevens 'Arms Ac Tool Company' of John H. Stetson University admits to the Bar.
1 quietly Saturday afternoon and resulted house next Tuesday at 7:30
"blind tiger, ordering his liquor from evening :
in the election of J. L. True 1t.lLWAAl'IlI STEAM: IIIP LINKS.Civile FLORIDA PLEAD1XU) PHAITICE Special Course in Florida
. .;;:-. a distillery in North Carolina. Fresh for mayor; A. M. Bailey, for clerk and o'clock. Officers for the ensuing year Steamship. 1.1 noIraiirlit Pleading and Practice under a prominent member of the _
apple brandy is known to the mountaineers treasurer; C. W. Sperry, marshal: and will be elected and other Important ( Southern: and Florida halfway Florida Bar will extend throughout the school year. ,
lxinlM\llk' mill N..II\Ills|
John John McCormick business transacted. This association ] Kullwny THE ,LIHKAKY-The Law Library of John B. Stetson University U 4
.. of that state to be a pro- collector; Charles St. r'lurlilu East Coast Railway
moter of strife and combatatlvenexs! and Lewis Young; for councilmen was organized in Daytona six Alhllllic Coast Line Kuilwuy the best in Florida with possibly one exception. t

for two years; George Dopier and SCHOOLS AND 'OI,LKOES. }information regarding the I.uw Depurtment. ,addre' ... ,
and thin: was evidently the cause of years ago, now has outstanding ,. ...... L..- -
for councilman for one year. John U. Stetson Cult'entity ALBERT J. FARRAH. LL. B. D N. LAW Dirr.i DcLjkNO T -
the trouble at Alco. The new crop of .. In loans over $112,000. It has done For Information regarding other dt-purtnu-nts, address ;i

apple brandy in the fall of the year Women on tna 'Stave. much to help the growth of Daytona, Heath PAINT Hi Millitiuu MANUrMCIUKEKS.Mu mi I iu Mil-Inn Co.wrote Rev.Jly' C. S. FARRISS. DIAN. O LAND. FLA.

t is frequently the cause! of murders in An attempt was made at Ulackfrlars being the means of placing many men, ,
theater In 1029 to Introduce Frenchwomen ----- -- ---- --------- -.----- -- .'.
especially the colored in
the mountain region where do muchof people, a position --
on the stage but without sue-
it is distilled. : to own their own homes Takeit
and the of Mia. Cole-
"'- Emporla, Volusla and BlutTton will ress, appearance all around, the I Equitable Building vyw
man in Davenunt's "Siege of Rhodes"
,, Iiave a quantity of fine oranges.to!: In 1050) was of a private character. and Loan Company is one of the best n1'

: .ship this season. On Dec. 8, 1600, an actress, whose institutions that Daytona. has. ;, .
We have not been able to secure a nnme In not certainly known, took the -- ,

7, free rural mall route yet as the petition part of Desdemona at Kllllgrevr's thea- KINGBIRD AND ORIOLE. r -st Es-h L' ta ;J'1'Sq
was only recently sounded. Not tere in Vere street when a "prologue $ oy

being in accordance with the requirements to Introduce the first woman" w 4*" writ Tbe Difference In be Bird. Shown 1 J
ten Jordan. by Their Neat Uulldlnn.
by
of the department, It was sent (
Letters patent were grouted by The difference in the nature of the : f fJ

b; back for amendment with. instruc Charles II. dated Jan. 15: 166:. to Sir kingbird! and oriole is strikingly exhibited

tions. William Dnvennnt, and these recited in the style of their nests. The

t Fall garden patches are looking that whereas women's parts had formerly kingbird hasn't: a particle of imagination "I 1
to Doctor
r ; well and the sweet potato crop is ex been taken by men to remedy not an atom of the artistic. Ills tj

cellent hereabouts this abuse It was now "permitted and shape, dress and 1 voice declare it. lie Pierce who sent me R,

Mr. Bowers, who owns two orange leave given" that all women's parts Is hard hcuilcd, stralKhtforwatd and serious cygyoiY ,

groves some two miles above UlulTton, then and for tbe time to come should somewhat overbearing, perhaps: a very kind letter a
be and .but businesslike and refined ,
testy
performed by women. : ,
:
on the west side of the river, baa sold ? "
l' ""aninterest\ in his to rela In Pepys1 Diary under date of Jan. in all bU: tastes. Ills nest Is: himself and advised me." ,r. *4alr ,/f J'II j -
property a 8, 1000. we find the record, "To the ag.ln--'ttrollg.. plain, adequate, but,
tive. They reside in Tennessee and theater where was acted 'Beggars'Dnsh. I I like Its builder retlni'J. Contrast the Thousands of weak and sick womencan .,

Ii ?. will bring their families with them to .' it boiug! well done and here the oriole's.. Romance poetry and that Indescribable trace health the beginning to that letter of a new written life to of II II'r OrA ; h

'. spend the winter. Oubr.HVJi.H.: : flrnt time that ever I saw women come touch-the light, easy, negligent Effect do fesro : '.

-..---- upon the stage.-London Standard. I I touch of the al'Ust-ln every line Sick and ailing women are invited to "";o.; ..

CIRCUIT: COURT 1'4EX'r'EtK.: -- ---- -- .-- -- ---- of itt! Why the thing was actually consult Dr. Pierce, by l..tterfrt't'. AU 104h47 \"
woven of new mown bay-as if one correspondence held as strictly private t.ef ,
MORPHINE should build his house of B1tndolwood- and, sacredly confidential. Address Dr. t .-
No Capital Cases and Small {.hll..Ol..tWill R. V. Pierce
Buffalo N Y.
with all the scent, of the hay field ,
lie Short SesNloii. Dr.Pierce'Favorite Prescription cur.
r about It. I put my nose near and tooka
? ClrcultCourtmeetsonMondaynext. weak and aching backs headaches, nervousness
deep, delicious breath. The bird bad and other ailments TRI-WEEKLY SAILINGS {
+ womanly by
: As there are no capital cases to come
selected and cut the grass themselvesand curiug the womanly diseases which cause
before the court, and only a small A Guaranteed Home Cure BETW EN
civil docket, the session will be a short worked It in while green. Some of them.
one. The following have been drawn it was still uncured still soft and sweet M1n the spring of 1900 I became very ill," /
i' as the petit jury for the term; for All Drug Habits. with sap. One side exposed to the sun write, Lestteur Mr*. Alvicua Co, Minn.smy ScholU, of Lake back Washington was Jacksonville AND New Y -

H L.; Lowd, through a leaf rift, bad gone a golden weulc. .nd ached ;so that I could do no rke7t ,
K. B. Osteen, yellow, but the other side, deeply shad all, to I wit obliged to take to my bed. I felt aronntimt Calling nt t'harlehton, S.('.. both way. v
desire to urinate and the la THE
pains FINEST STEAMSHIPS
}o'. C. Graham, ed tbe day through was yet green and abdomen were almost unbearable, I wrote,to IN THE COASTWISE SRVICE. I
Oscar Michael; Dr. PIerce, who sent me a very kind letter ana
making more slowly under the leaves. THE CLYDE NEW
ENGLAND
J. C. Barnhart advised me to take hi. FsvorHe Preecrl"Uoo'aod AND SOUTHE] s
And this nest was woven not built up 'Oolilen Medical Discovery.' I took d.bottler I
J. C. Hall Morphine Opium Laudanum Cocaine Direct Service Between
like the of each and am a welt woman now I
kingbird's it
Matt Lafollett, and all other drug habits, can ; was hung, not cannot say enough in favor ot Dr., Pierce'a JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE AND ALL EASTERN"
saddled
upon tho limb suspended from medicines .
Cttlllntf at Charleston
John M. Dreggors, Doth Ways.
be permanently and painlessly curedat ,Favorite makes weak Ji'
r S. H. Barber, the slenderest of forks so that every Prescription" SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. Jo 1 g''J 1

H. T. McClellan, home and we cure them without little breeze would rock' It. And so no women substitute strong for sick the women medicine well. Accept which Southbound. . .. .. .. .. . .From Lew" ; t

Lucius S. White, causing detention from business or : loosely woven BO deftly slightly tied.. !l-- works wonders for weak women. Northbound . ..... ... From foot of Catherine j ,
: Lewis Palllcler. other Inconvenience whatever. Action National Magazine. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the :N\

There will be no grand jury, as there immediate. Creates good appe most desirable laxative: for delicate CL YDE ST. JOHNS
r to be An Irluhman was called on to give RIVER )
are no cases
y investigated.r tite. Produces sound, restful sleep. evidence In shooting affray. "Did women Between J aoksp n vill e an < gt
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healthy condition and without fur- istrate.
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ther desire for drugs of any kind. We "No," replied the witness, "but I Trains on the Atlantic Coast Line ..
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build up the nervous system and re heard It." are scheduled to leave from and arrive STEAMER "CITY OF: JA< -}
move'the cause of disease. Each Magistrate: (sharply)-That la not sat. at the DeLand station as follows: ,
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attention from an experiencednerve commenced to laugh but was rebukedby For too,sou tb. No.Do/ .............. haOpm Wednelldays and Frida ;, ;?

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FREE FREE TRIAl: TREATMENTwill was' contempt of court. From the north No.Wi/ ............ 8:00 p.m _. Read Down SCHEDU ets '.'' t>,
Fat-Did you see me laugh? NIGHT TRAINS. 3,000 t
be sent to addicted miles of "
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morphine or other drug habit on receipt Pat-That's not satisfactory. the south Junction, nt J:13: a.Defend m..and No.38 from .. 8 46 i>.m. .....................?...1' p $ 1
of request. This trial will demonstrate And the court lauched. 1:HO a. m., lira arriving met by at hack' carrying Junction United at ,... 800.U. m. ......... ...,........... New York via ,
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p Inside each: pound package of States mtlland t < DO) .. m. ..... ............. Atlan '
its remarkable curative < 1 brintr pamenirers to DeLand. N ..... ............ ern Railway
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