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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 13, 1903
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
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Vol. xvil No. 17. DeLand Yoliisia Florida 13 Year
County, Friday, November 1903. $1.00 per)

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h' -THE: LEADINGProfessional -. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo +!0'h0+o-I-o+o-I-o-I-o's I +OFfld o-t-o-t-o-loO I I +O-f-Ool-o s +o-l-o-I-o-I-o-I-o-t-o-I-o! Fb14 f4'1gsi"We

andBusiness S.U.--U.ofF.Giinio % November Meeting o g o g Short Session 0 g invite your Inspection to our fine line of Canned Meats. We

believe that the assortment and the moat choice
have largest
we
r Men o o Iii Jacksonville o g City Council n o Circuit Court quality ever brought to DeLand. ,

lif "." -OF DE LAND.MHS .- ooooooooooooooooooooooooocTHE ooooooooooooooooooooooooooWINO 00000000000000000000000000 Y
Lunch Tongue Lamb's Tongue
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I. VIDA Z. BAEKECKK:, M. !>., : contest on the checker to the lack of a quorum COURT met on Mon-
S;> 1 c+ at tbe d.-lvinjf park last ((J) no council meeting was'held (CIRCUIT Minor S. Jones Lobsters Premier Salmon YM.HJ:

Physician and Surgeon. between Stetson and Monday night Council got /:. It wag undoubtedly Potted Meats Potted Chicken

Lake City, was an Interesting together Wednesday night, the shortest session of court Roast Beef Corned Beef
New York Ave., Da Lund l, Flu OlMce Houru,
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( 1UA.M to U ...; lutuuUT to M v. M. and a peculiar one. when the following members were ever held in Volusla county. There Sliced Bacon in jars Etc. Etc. I Etc.
'. Tbe two halves were as different in present: President McElroy, Councilmen were only nine cases on the docket

$: GEO. A. DAVIS, M. D.,. general aspect and results as could Bushnell, Powe and Woodall.A one of which was tried, one remanded, '
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Phjsician) and Surgeon, : wen be-imaglned. petition was read asking that an and the other seven continued for the WAUKESHA BUTTER 'Ve continue to brag .

OlHottlluuis: S A. M.to\'i N;; 1 IO 5 unit 7 U In the first half tbe two phenomenal electric light be placed on the cornerof : term. about the Butter we

_ a p. H.Spvriai uUenllou. to luklwlloy "u
Cmu auawvreU' ul IOU)'l1uIA r. oinuu iu ru..- hammering of opponents' line the Episcopal church. The A.Clementsulton a note, the defend tomers declare it i is the best Butter in town. "Once "
luunce., Jiiulaiiii AVeuuv, west of tJeal'tHDQa. for an unbroken gain of !SO yards In 17 matter was referred to the Street: ant failed to appear, and the jury f

minutes and U. of F's spectacular Committee for investigation and re rendered judgment In the turn of $21:?:. a customer, always a customer.

JOHN.MACDIAUMIO: M. D., end: run of 65 yards. Total ground port. This was the only case given to the j.

;: ; Physician and Burgeon.A : gained by kicks, 1st half, B. U., 168 Bills were audited and warrants jury. WHITE FRONT GROCERY.OKMOKMCMOI I

General Frufltltlouer not a SpeoUllol. yards! ; U. of F. liO yards or an avtr- drawn in payment thereof as follows! : The jury was sworn in the case of I .

Office over FIsliur'M Urug 11101.... Hour II to agp j of 42 yards per kick fur our spiel W. A. Allen & Co.$ SO: Mlnshew & Carter versus E. E. Ropes
J2: ; 1 to 4 ....11110 D. did full-back, Cox, as against 20 yaids Watts Miller <* 477 and afterwards the uUlntllT asked -- CI'tt f)Itf i r--Oot." t.otoO-roO-t.otoO-r-n-roO-roO i I I i I-0-FrI'
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per kick for Lake: City. In secon. G. A. Dreka. & Co. . .. 121 23 leave to amend the declaration, which .
S. MUNSON, M, half Stetson kicked 110 yards, an average W. C. Cannons. .. ,. . 135 45 motion was granted and the case remanded b'Ol! OMOhOMt loO-loO-loO-l-o-K I >FPP.U'SS'r?.O.C?.C1.Cl.O.a.{y.0".f"

Homeopathic Physician. of 22 per kick, while Lake City r. N. Page ... ... .. .. 608! to rules

1'1'-1'1'A I second tfoor south ol thubui'M drug slonomue > gave up In despair resolving: to trust William Best . . . 7110 John H. Pope of Jacksonville made I DRUGS JEWELRYStationery

sP.N.DR. .Houi. IU to U A. M.; It: to C Mud 7 to to her end runs for ground gamin ; Bond Lumber Co. .. .... 313 application for admission! to the bar.

not once did ube attempt to score by Volusia County Bank. .. .. 173 CO! Attorneys! Bert Fish and K. lily were ..

W.S. TAYLOR, klC'ksln 2d half. Counting the 05-yard Payroll for October . .. 215 00 appointed to examine the ;applicant \ Watches, ,

end run of Lake City her gains lo C. M. Kurtz. . .. .. 2 tO who was afterwards subjected to examination lluyler'a Candles, Clocks! ,

Surgeon-Den rushes, were, 1st half, 14. yards; 2i.!, J. I U. Turner . .. . ... .. 10 20 in open court. Mr. Pope Kodak Supplies, Silverware,

If Office over flalnu-'n Drug Store Xei.uud.. Flu. half 93: yards; Stetson, let half, 110 Con O'Neill . . .. .. .. 22 00 stood a most satisfactory examinationand Florida Souvenirs, Optical Goods,] ,

yard, and only 19 yards in 2d half, or D. K. Smith. .. . .. .. 200E. was admitted. Toilet Requisites( Fountain Pens
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I J JAMES.E. ALEXANDER total ground gained by rushes: Stetson Demps .. .. .. .. .. .. 25 Court adjourned Wednesday morning Dr. Mellette'a Heme les. Ktr., Ktc. .,

129 yards. ; Lake City 238 yards Electric Light Co ... . 104 17 -. __._____ ..u_ __
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Total ground gained by kicks and Stevenson .. . .. .. . 60 .

Will Practice: Huuum. In.Stuto 1 .and Rod H, Umau Federal block CouiU.UlUces UK-:. rushes was, Stetson, Brat half 278 Jacob Goldlng . .. .. .. 19 80 Arrested for Larceny. W.A.ALLEN&CO.Druggists

LAND,1'LuIUlJ.! yards; U. of F., 205 yards: 2d balf. : H. C. Bushnell, chairman. .. 30 00 John Davis. a new Smvrna negro.' .

FISH, Stetson, 12U yards. ; U. of F., 153 yards; O. F. Flab chairman ., .. 41 08 was given a free ride across country

BERT total Stetson 407 yards; U. of F., 358: -.- the first of the week and Is now the and Jewelers,

Attorney-at-Law In the second half tbe ball was keptIn Total expenditures .. $ U03 12 guest at Hotel de Bum of Mine Host ,

U. of F.'s territory fully 4.5 of the The Fire and Water Committee Edwards. Davis is charged with the NEXT TO POST OFFICE. '-...-
Practical in .all State .and Federal. Courts.Oll time, being! carried towardsthe centerof asked and was granted further timein larceny of a watch. Considering the "

.attention.Speulttl or Ciimliiul. busluvas" nle" careful the Held but twice in the entire half, which to make definite report on company he keeps, it is not surprising ( 4.O Ft 0.1 H>H>i KH-n-K>t O-IO-l-0-I o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o O.. .

luuliltlis tor luvvslltfullnir. and fvtKalluit __ ___ __ __ __ __. __
Juno' Uti.... and as speedily carried back by Stet laying water mains: along Amelia aV('. that Jailer Edwards sometimes wears ________ .. u ___ __

l son; in tbe first half the ball was in Notice was given of an ordinance a woe-begone appearance. cw.o+<> o <>l<>-OK>I K>t o-
W. PERKINS, each territory about equally. amending tbe dog license law by mat. ... .

JAMES Stetson fumbled the ball 6 time; inK the license on female dogs $10 pel Tubing Testimony! Before Jrant lily. CARRARA PAINTS |

, Attorney-at Law. Lake City, 10 times. These Bgurta year
.' on fumble are large and point The Street Committee requested Attorneys George M. Bobbins of -
very
SullclturCrlutluUCourtof1bcord.. ) Will 1"'C ritusvllle, of Orlando that we are agent for the .
ucv In court., a u bin tin.-bin le ul KloiIdn. to need: of more careful work at critical that the surveyor set grade stakes on Bugs/: and Ax- If We Did Not Know i
I UWcuuvurVoluuluCuuwyUuuk. moments. Florida avenue, from New York tt tell of Jacksonville were in DeLand best paint I'"ihleto make. ..

H. HAY WARD, I Stetson lost' ball on downs in ttrttt Howry avenue, preparatory to making several days the first of the week taking that have it on '
1,1, If We Did Not Know
In the
testimony of
case John roiSyla:
half Lake sidewalks. Referred "
once; City, once; in 2U to the committee -
.D.Uty Deal Estate and Insurance Olllce. half Lake City lost ball on downs 4 with power to act. Oauuhtrty versus the bCllsworth Trust your
Taxes I'ulU uuil KcMts Collected I lor Non- times Company, before Grant Bly, commissioner. !:- \\ \ that we deserve yournrder '
11.llIt'II' : Stetson not once; total, Lake REPORTS OF OFFICERS. If HO Did Not Know -._
CITY 1'ltOl'ERTYASI'EOALT.; City lost ball on downs 5 limes, Stetson we would not keep urgingCarrara --..;;;:
The clerk reported the collection ott4li1.82In --- ---
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I Agency for the Lvadlnif AniL-rlcitii Fire I"- once. This thuds clearly that water rents during October. THE NKWS and Bryan's Commoner }'On tU (lye
l auraneeCompnn-THt' XETNA. our line was holding steadily betterall one fur $1 till.) Paint
year
803 Boulevard, DlLANI: ), FLA. The marshal reported the collectionof :
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the time. and Lake City losing .In_ -
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Impounding fees **
COUNTY; this particular. In fact, all the means C. A. IHfkcrsou Sells Out.T. .
yOLUSIA sanitary buckets and dog tax. is if CARRARA.We i
'4: ABSTRACT COMPANY, our opponents bad fur gaining groundwere The advantage absolutely yours you use .
The engineer reported that 19 cords K. WhitUn of Daytona has
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S. B. ',WILSON BERT FI H, longsweeping end runs, while purchased guarantee CAUUAKA to last five yearll.Vo: know it's safe to !;1
of woods had been used the stock of C. A. Dickersonand i I
the
at water
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also know it has lasted much
Munuyer. Actuaty.Abitrnc.1 Stetson could gain by kicks as well as do that. We longer.: :
rll"lIh.h".t .and titles perlcoieil.Next llnc-buiks short end plant; 6U! cords were now on the will open up a first class grocery I .
to YouautuLoouy. Hunk. or runs. OL.rline ground. business In the UlleudoitT block, Sat- AGENT .. ,
., lie Lu nd.flu.. was at no time so riddled and W ALCa
The treasurer reported balances of urday. -Mlathi Record. W. DELANO, FlA
shattered as was Lake City in the en ? ,
HUTCHINSON' cash on hand as follows: ----
A tire especially in the first half. of-OoH>I-O-I-O-I<-I-O.l-O-loO-loO-loO-l-O-loO'.O.O.O.OoO.o--o.o.o.o.oo.-o
game :
General revenue . . .S 21 4b QUICK ARREST.J. .
Notary Public. Stetson: men were 10
outweighed Fire and water. . . ., 14.J: 64 A. Gulled ? of Verbena<<: Ala was
Dealer in Real Estate. pounds to a man, and won the game Bond interest .. . . H59 :31 twice in the hospital from a severe case u U" 2g .
nut by "mere luck," as some of the -'- of !piles causing 24 tumors. After doc {
and aMiuMinonta attuuilud to foiuourualdunla. correspondents would make tors and all remedies failed Bucklen's '
Taira paid press : us ?
Total cash band. . U' f % fo
UeLauU,*la.ET. on $1,124 41 Arnica rr' : / TOO LUTE
Salve
quickly arrested further .
but .
believe by having u more all- ..1: ,I '.' t I
r+ round playing team and superior inflammation and cured him. It conquers :. ,.t \ v/: --- .
'-1 gen- handling aches and kills pain. atV.. 't' > .. I r
i ALLEN M. D., eralship. Every man pn Stetson team Marsh Bros are the* A. Allen's and 'Geo. W. Usher's 25c., druggists lwtui', ..rh W:1111: .:J\"i.1.\ think of insurance when f

as well as on Lake City's team, played finest western meats. ,. 1 ';:-"J:. ,. ,::. I ,, .. theo hoots U In llauies. The
for all that ---S -- -- \ / .:o,. .. ,-::- .. time consider all r,
was in him; the game was e. C l to : It Is tbe
and Ear r. .
Eye Surgeon.Dul.uudMondul ) a '
as bard fought a battle as any evtr SIIOT AFTER COLLISION. NW SMYRNA. )t; 't' 1 Y;. ':;' .,. ,.:;' i. time previous to that.
r' 's,over Fiahor'n.. placed in the state. Our buys feel '. I ''a '., f. ? ,T,,:. -' ':\ And we can help you to J
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'l'Rmp.-TuuIII'B. ,IB. !Nut IJunk ll1djl. well pleased, on the whole, with the Bicycle Mlx-l'p Near Bovntou Result* I Items from ho Breeze.. .-/: : l jI: !.PX -- .: reach decision as to the '

.,._ 'JCll1.-1'rhl.. ,Munt zum. showing", made Nov. Oth, iuo.i.: In a Shooting Affray. I E. E. Ireland has the contract to If ., .:;.' ( ,... ./. ..' amount of

' -- Mr. Humphries, of Jacksonville: was From tho Mluinl Neva. build a nix room cottage for Harry S. '* '' .. ,
_-' -r::;;;,:{. ..:. :: INioiUn. .i (ildvK"b
Palmetto
the referee and Motslngeron street. Work
HOME. : was IIl'Vt more .
THE WIA'TEU Late Monday evening on tbe public : t'f .. ,
will begin the lumber ... .,. ;, ..'::.,:
as
fr alert: quick to decide, was fair iu road soon as arrives .. "
-NOW OPENUoulerard judgment than at this game; no objections near Bonyton Ell Campbell wa I' which has already been ordered. -.---.,. :;; ;:. -'. : :.'':: to be placed ami the bent

North DeLiiud, rin. : could be made to his ruling shot Freeman and as!seriously a result wounded of a bicycle by Bert col- Chris H. Waldron and Mark A. Gal- ............,,,,.. ".:" '" .. ....;.: companies' to place It w Ith

f..f. A quiet' ,bouie.ikBplacn Comfort.oleruom* at any point. He has won many warm lision. breath have just completed a nice SILAS 11. WUIOIl'IneJ) lId, 1.'lu.f .
'}; 4' IXniinblu. Lovuilon., Good 1 Tuble. 'j'rdn..1. tricnds in IX-Laud by hit: impartial As little skiff, made for the special pur-
the
boon as possible wounded man
and SomuiiKates.
) FHiiuly
: tpuuiiil
R..hp"" dny
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J. E. COfcN Prop. decisions. removed house pose of going( up the river to hunt
was to a near by and ]& a
Among the large number of former medical attention was secured. The ducks. May they always be successful. .

:"'""-" "". ,11LLNEIt,. HOUSE, ritetoon: students that cheered the wound la a serious one, but at last Zary Bennett brought in the first -. .. .- .. .... . .O.OO.O- -0 O--0
white and green on to victory were: deer of the season! It was a three
i accounts it was hoped it would not
OP" ALL TUB YEAR- Miss Annie Kawls pronged buck, and was fat. Zary
r t !: !:, Miss Fletcher, Miss prove fatal. very

F Ur New OoLaod Toik and, Florida.Florida AV !DU..I, Mary Gray, tbe Misses! Pope, MlssSa Mr. Freeman was arraigned/! before probably bad it located several weeks Makes Him .t

$r die Race:, MlseCarp; Messrs. Fielding, and as: soon: as the closed season expired -
Ion pleasant healthy. and buinttllke. Justice Forrey at Boynton, waived

' ,4, .180 per E. L>. Mcl.icoK. Prop. er, Winter, Stripling, Walker and sum of $2,000., John H. Paxton has purchased an LOOK NEB'
interest In the Mercantile business of
Geo. Fox. I "
TT HOUSE The state was represented by Mr. ,
.t. The next game for tbe cup will 'his brother H. A. Paxton, and the
A Robert R. Taylor and the defence by :.!
+ i '\ U. II. BENNETT PROP. probably be, so far as Stetson is con Col. G. A, Worley. No testimony has new firm will be known by the name "f"
of H. A. Paxton & Bro. Have Horse Clipped and all ;
y kveoue, DeLand, Florida. cerned, the Thanksgiving Day game yet been taken and at this writingit your

1 '- '",4pee'dayl. ) $S to *8 per week here against the Florida College.EDIT /! la impossible to give a correct account Dr. W. M. Wesley: colored wlo hair oil: It
G. BALDWIN. claims to be an Indian doctor, is In the superfluous taken
SI {, { T famllleii or for ..elUlOn.HAVEN of the causes which. resulted In I
e trouble. He is charged with atealli
g
: the shooting- I from the Anderson will improve his looks 90 percent
I oranges grove.His
Mr The city teams and road gang have Mr. Campbell la from tbe west coast (
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trial U for be-
t Contractor been at work recently: on the Boulevard and was preparing put In!, a crop at set next Monday
fore Turner. We beard
have
south of Howry avenue making Boynton. Mr. Freeman Is one of the Judge
t. rs, Taokavr repairs. Freeman Brothers who are building that he Is selling a medicine of his BERRY & KENT
> waely own manufacture and if this Is trueit ,
tbe county rock road between Boynton -
ntl e, etc, is him OP. COURT HOUSE ;
likely to bring more trouble. NEW SHOP. ;
State of Ohio City of Toledo) ... and Delray. Be is an extensive
Lucas County ) tomato grower and Is well known Mrs. L. B. Bouchelleand infant son, .o.o.o.oooo-o-O .-O.-O..O.O.O.--eOo--eO.-O.O+O--O

:,t, Frank J. Cheney' makes oath'that he from Little River to Cutler.A who have been visiting relatives and 0
t V friends in Thomasville Ga. and Jacksonville >
' a \ Is the senior partner of the firm eLF, J

C J. Cheney &. Co., doing business the SURE THING.It returned. home Tuesday.
HIMPfcR COMPANY
i 41 City of Toledo, County "and State BOND z
1 Is said that nothing Is sure except A, STARTLING TEST. ,
in
aforesaid and that said firm will
pay *
death and taxes but that 4s altogether
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not
y id the of One Hundred Dollars for To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt, of
sum true. Dr. King's New Discovery -+- @3@1fi 1 E' (3) I
l .. f each and every case of Catarrh that for Consumption is a sure cure for No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest

a 1' t 11th rant lie cured by the use of IIall'starrh all lung and throat troubles. Thou- resulting in a wonderful cure. Before purchasing Lumber, caM at our Yards at the Depot, ,DeLand r
Frank J. Cheney
a Cure.
sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.Van- He(writes, "a patient was attacked
and Porn to before me and subscribed In Prices on all kinds of
Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Va., says with :violent hemorrhages causedby
,1. December,
\ e ll esence this Oth day of "I had a severe case of Bronchitis and ulceration of the stomach. I had t ti
W. Gleason.
1886. A.
.- for a year tried everything I heard of, often found Electric Bitters excellentfor
Publlc.II
king ,Notary but got no relief. One bottle of Dr. acute stomach and liver troubles .o Lumber; Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling ti
at )Catarrh- Cure,is taken internal- King's. New Discovery then cured me I prescribed them The patient gained .

w "k II acts directly on the blood and absolutely." It's infalliable for Croup, from the nest, and has not had an attack
is sm'facesof the system Send Whooping Cough, Grip Pneumoniaand in 14 'Months." Electric; Bittersare
r N onials- tree Consumption. 'Try it. It's guaranteed I posttiveljl 1 guaranteed for Dyspepsia Mouldings Turning
CheneJ'I.'Co., Toledo 0. byW.A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher T'rrf.Tln Constipation and Kidney : ,
1 5' yggists, 760.' : druggists.)' Trial bottles free Regu- IrouOlesTTry. them. Only soc at 0rderlli \
tae size Md W W. Pis er'.. Bri.cktu4'JT!: think: ia t Lumber;.Lui* .deliTered ?
Iy l'iUa; ara_ .bslelr off. ;oc fJ nor ,. w-C, .A. AUg' d G. .. ... "...-
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to her next year unless she. is -0-0'0--0.0-0--0-0--0--0-0"0"0+01-0+0-1-01-0+0+0+O1001-0-1-01-O-1 ; ?SZS S f -
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.f "good," and purer politics will be b2222 For Sick r

Fl ". gCGD EVERY FRIDAY the result. That Tammany was BALLOTFOR B IHIrr({)) e< Use

V'"VOLU corrupt until Low was elected, thereis
,U. COUNTY, FLORIDABY ,
no question. It does all partiesa

t power of good to defeat them on THE Specifics.
' HIE NEWS rUltLlSHINU ,03U'A.NI' Humphrey'sVeterinary
occasion-it purifies them. But 1.
I (Incorporated.I ) Most Lady
.to _. 0 _.__. ____. one set of men is as liable to become Popular Young

1 tta GUMS. O. CODRINQTON.Busineus _
r corrupt as another. Tammany was .

' !' Manager and Editor. corrupt and was defeated by its ATTENDING THE

i a."u 'Subscription Hates friends for its own good. After S Salt SiCk RemedY I

One year............ ...,..........,.........$1 OIl( American SCHOOL 4 Mann's
Six' (: :months.., ....... ...... ................ .. BO the severe chastizing, the DEL AID PUBLIC ..
When paid In advance When not paid In people took Tammany to its bosom ,'[
ilvunce iiiitl/till( per cunt. -_-_------_-_-_-_-_-_---0------------
again-and will keep her there so

ti Entered aa second In the class postoflice matter.at DeLnd Florida, long as she is an obedient child. BALLOTS containing the above number For
L Advertising rates fiiriuabed on application. ALL( ) must be sent in to be canvassed by .. :
tv Adclitias nil Communications, and make Clearwarter will have a big political Thursday noon, November 19, otherwise the ,,;

checks at or DoL.money",,},orders Flu. payable to tbd company rally on the 14th, when all the vote will not be counted. A new number will be sub- '4GUflUUUWUlWUUWlfSIlUYUin LftUWIf
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___._.._ ._00- _- .___- prominent state candidates will be stituted every second issue. -- -' I, '"
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Volusia 0-- -0E-e: eaII: !
,' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1HJ..t present. county appears -- -- G:

rather slow in such matters .We I VOTE FOR

i : \ BENJAMIN AS AS ElU'CATOK. should have bad at least two cf c 1

/, 1.. Governor Jennings is accused! bj these meetings by this time. Jllitts .. ... .. .... .... .....................r................................_.....-..........................-............... ..... ....... : $ qFURNITURfAND HARDWARE)>

;' oil the DeLand Record of having I aft the most Popular Young Lady attending ,

t fought on the Federal side during Judge Hanson, editor of tbe DeLund Public School.rfiHH ;f'' We are just getting comfortably settled in our new ,

..t:: .,. the war. He must. have belonged Braidentown Herald, advocates the I Furniture Store, three doors north of our Hardware O rj
; y' to tbe "infantry" but instead of abolition of county assessors and h and Bicycle Emporium on the Boulevard.' Our Mr. W. i'ii
who has had twelve experience in I
J'a a i::., carrying arms tbe pobition war the establishment of a board of ,I BALLOTS will be canvassed> every Thursday noon, and the the M. Yeargtn furniture, line and as a Funeral year Director, i is in full $./:.
result of the contest will he announced in THE NEWS!'!! every .
reversed.-St. Record t
stock
Augustine all which have
11 We have new we bought
i charge.
assessment by the state under the !!. The final canvass will be made by three
41 The editor of the St. Augustine prominent DeLandltea! who are not directly interested in the at right prices, and we propose to give our customersthe
supervision of the state Comptroller, i benefit of these low prices. ''I.:
i r. Record is evidently catching on to contest. The contest will close at noon on
tbia board to the assesment i
equalize
the political gyrations of "Beu Thursday December 24th n
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? of nil in the ,
property ..state.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. ) .j.j1.lr
@NDERTAKING
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Bolt, who is liable to say anything and the final result will be announced In THE NEWS of December 25th.
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t that he thinks will be copied by The contest Is open to any young lady attending the DeLand Publicor
o High School.
the state press. Prevatt probably o Besides. these ballots published in THE NEWS a certificate good \ Yeargin!! I U a practical man in this department, and

t:! does not know that the war was: State News for 20( votes will be given with every new yearly cash-in-advance. sub- knows the business thoroughly. We have ordered a I
O 0 1 crlptlon received before noon on December 24. The price of THE Funeral Car that willknock the sputa off"' anything }.1.1In
f.. fit 40 years ago, and that Jennings O 0 i Nuus is 1i.OO>/ | per year. '\"\' heretofore seen in this section of the state. Our goods! 1 :

I was only a few years of age at the 3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGainesville The young lady receiving the greatest number of votes will be given this department are strictly Gmt-class, and have 1
I been selected to meet tbe demands of all-rich or .f
will be lighted by a handsome little Watch now on exhibition in W. A. Allen & Co.'s t. poor.
time. Ben Bolt, who is an ex- window the Boulevard. "'

school teacher should refresh hid. electricity by January 1. I, on .. ..., 1 F'
O40.P. -%<+!O4-I-O'IOfOFO-i% Oi HJ .OO.O.O..oOeOoOO_ +() .
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memory on these deep historical Orlando will have a street fair --- I your .
and carnival from November 17 to 00000000000000000000000000
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y .Insia county man-we think it was 21.Mayor L E. Dozier of Leesburghas Stoutly] .Advance g v Stetson! University oBriel' !' Watts & Miffer '

0 Y, Colonel U. II.\ Bennett or Dr. Tanner commenced the work of open. S 0-0 Aloof) All Lines g News Notes g I

-tells an amusing story about ing the canal from Lake Harris to 00000000000000000000000000 o 0

't h Ben Bolt's examination experiences Leesburg. The basin bas been en- is nothing startling in 00000000000000000000000000ALL Jr & &;fH90- S tit*

'; According to the story, Prevatt was larged and the canal and ba in will THEfiE this week, the two efforts are being directed

,'. .. being examined as a teacher in the be deepened and relieved of all obstructions candidates-Miss Robinson in getting for tbe the football DeLandSaw
shape frame
to steamers and other I
anll Miss Coulter-advancing -
"+, public schools. The superintendent boats coming up to town from the considerably and two new I with E. F. S. on Nov. 20th. r''
Mills and
The weak in and Planing Novelty Works. .
;; who was conducting the ex ; lakes. names being added to the list points brought out the
last will have to be corrected if
game
; amlnation in announced
spelling, Series No 22.22 must be in by noon i '
The board of Commissioners and
County the cup is to come tn DeLand thin J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor Manager.
that he would give out 100 words; of Suwannee in on Thursday next, a new series being
county session -
it
year. Coach Colton working/ hard -Manufacturer of- -j'
when of them was spelled Tuesday ordered tbe published in THE Nuns of the 20th.
one building I with the team, and it it no more than
The canvassers of the final ballot Dressed & Rough Lumber: ::: .3 .
A properly the examinee would be of a handsome new court house to fair to him and to the team that every

i given ten, and when a word was. be erected upon the site of the pres will be announced in the next i issue.> ,I student aud every member of tbe faculty Ceiling Flooring Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing.
The vote at noon yesterday stood as
ent old that has outstood
eye sore should support him in his endeavors Will furnish plans> and specifications' and
would be taken
missed ten points follows CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
; :
ijJ-1E.'l its usefulness for so many years. to make a championship e8tmates.| Special machinery at mill for
)" ( off. At the conclusion of the ex- The building will cost between Miss Nina Robinson. . . . 143DJisel3ess1CGoulter : team. finishing work ready to put in place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee t
; . . 9J first-class work in everv particular
aminatiiyn; Prevatt was found to be $35,000 and 140,000. . . w. ,
r _,,,,. Miss\ Ueulah Myers 10> --...-------- .. .
', 920 points: "in the hole"-but as he At the last meeting of the Lake Miss Irene Alcott . . . 10 ----------'-- -
I Miss Irene Campbell. . .. . 4 Mr.\% Hal. Cox had the misfortune to OM'I. tllllM' II Hl'l'lll''' 1'110.11111'| hilt II Wlllliewhoni" \
l was useful on election boards, it County Commissioners it was ordered WHALES AS THEY DIVE. body l In. only tillclitly\ heavier
Miss\ Ethel llamlin . . . 5 wrench his ankle severely in practice : '.
was decided to give him a certificate that bids be received for tak- Miss Mary Cox . . . . 4 Wednesday. This will probably lay thou water at ordinary pressure could "- r
ing charge of and running the Poor Miss\ Carrie Dun bar. . . . 2 few Something About the Habits of the exert the muscular force necessary to
him up fora days, but will not
? anyway. Farm of the county. For full information Miss,> Mabel 1 Ocean 1\.0..1' propel that t body to a depth of l.OOO
', THE NEWS will not vouch for Miss Maggie KlIntr . . . 1 prevent him (jetting in the E. F. S. Both whalers and naturalists have yards?
write to H. H. Duncan
t -After next week all with less (game usually held that when whales "sound" -
: : the It is related only as -- -
story. Clerk, at Tavares. We are glad to 7
-- hey descend to great depths, says
than 12 will be unless
votes
f i: told the writer. It shows, however, note that the Poor Farm is to be dropped Knowledge. One writer ou tbe subject One
Word
by special request their names are Geo. Bassett has recovered from Cent
r ,i one reason why Prevatt takes such reopened. It is believed that bet stlnvites that the larger members of
continued in received"while
the [fa laboratory -
contest. the
the injuries
ter service and assistance can there the group dire fully a thousand yards. 0_ _. .
strenuous interest in "educational be rendered the worthy indigentpoor and ia playing half-back on (In a memoir published In Belgium Dr. AdvertIseniunta of ten words or more under

,J. ;r matters." of the county than the plan of Of the eleven Congressmen in Georgia the'team.. He Is strong/! and very Rncovltza challenges this belief und cash this heal In ,iiilviini Ijiwifed. <*. each fur ONE Insertion CENT: No A WORD advertisements -

I ,. And there are other reasons. making cash payments monthly to ten favor Gorman and one Hearst, quick and has bad a good deal of experience states that In his opinion 100 yawls I lathe -. -- accepted for less than 10 cents.
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4 _. : at that position. maximum depth to which any
as Democratic candidate for -
those
--- -- on the list scattered pre>! FOR RENT
... pauper whale can dive and that many species!
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of the -
The pusillanimous efforts dent.
I throughout the county. cannot reach anything like that limit. T UR KENT-llrtiian of Ten roams f urnis'n-d

\;\1 I, : : :. ::: .Gainesville i Star against Davis and! LAKE.HELCfl. ...- Mrs. Wood, who is spending the win- Says tbe writer: block compute.I Irma post Hot nlnce,find cold Apply water to hit.E. H.hq.Hayward Olla- ... '

..:-r. ;1 m.,. ''Taliaferro must be very amusing to ter at Cocn'd, hall entered the business >: Why should bales want to go to UeLundI .
Special Correspondence.' The Gridiron Game. such depths? Allwhales sound for tbe .''OH HKNT: FurnlHhud llooiua
: those gentlemen. department for the shorthand -Mrs. A. H. '
of food, and In theprofound HUH'hliiKon, Amelia
The Starch factory ia now running Now the footliull gladiators are preparing course. purpose obtaining Avenue tfIJ F'
\ 00 for the fiuv. darkness of 1.000 what
full 'I yards >OH KENT-Hnmllc-ottHHO end of North J
on time and from on
Aunt Carrie Nation is now an grinding twentyto And tho Interest grows keener IUI they I food could they get? Those species Bon.leMircl, partly furnished. Inquire of .
... I twenty-five tons of roots dally. near the starting day. : H. Fnintk or ut this olllce.\ 11-13: I '
called home from
Mr. which feed unlinalculea might
Merryday on per
actress in a ten-cent show, starring Theroa\ rallying of players who have
tr Bond & Co. are erecting a neat little times won fume Jacksonville week attend the baps obtnln what they want. But how
\!Ir' many last to RENT-Klght: room furnish boun. j
in the play "Ten Nights in a Bar- cottage southeast of the railroad By their deeds of .pluck and valor In the funeral of his brother, who about the species which feed on fishes FOIL and eln-trlv lights Apply to 8.: D.
room." Aunt Carrie has station for their Mr. Joe rough and tumble game. younger ? At of 1.000 Joidxn DtLiinil, Flu. }I
1 1a probably engineer, was accidentally shot. Mr. Merrydayhas and cuttles a depth yards '
:Btruot her fort at last. Baker. They are steering clear of barbers, for tbe sympathy of all the students they certainly could not use their eyesto I _FOR SALE. 1

'f ':' Mr. and Mrs. Van Zandt are ex- On the they're honda cultivating. that In the hair Bummer they !in his bereavement.A detect nonluuilnoua species, and we FOR SALE Japanese-;;; SiurnrCimo; i'i:; ;;;;;;; i
jt Besides all the other offices pected on Friday of this week. were Rl.-id to have quite. bare have no evidence whatever that they ,,"\' irtontr. for' Stork orSyiup Cluing,
Mr. and Mrs A A. Pelton took In For such cushions they'll be needing when feed on the self luminous deep sea fish pi'Ice.. AddressSlhI-lilLLDAiltYMlvnal; ,
1'I"'
h' '.' thrust on him, J. Don O. Morris of they fill with fearful thud small dinner party was given in and cut tics, (f. Indeed there be,finy of n-au
". some of the Gala Week festivities at On the ground with hardened surface
rp r\; '? West, Palm Beach is now spoken of Jacksonville. go sprawling In the mud. or I Chaudoin Hall on Tuesday evening in the latter. On tbe contrary,tbe available FOR' SALE-One pnlr rood( work mules
-. honor of Miss( Mabel Brooks whoseblrthlay evidence Indicates that they feed on r wagon and li.riitSH. heap, inquire| of It. .
-i f ": as'a candidate for senator from Mr. LutTman, our genial 1 station They me toughening the muscles that will I ordinary light dwelling fishes and cut. Front or_ut-Mils_ollke. 11-13 .

/ Brevard and Dade counties. agent, Is home again, but he came oft be sorely triedIn came on that day.. ties -which live In much shallowerzones. TM.OIUDA FAltM I and OAIIOFM for SALK
bick all by his lonesome and disappointed > the Dtrtigglea with the husky .fellow But this Is not all. It Is known 1 at very low |..rU'.'-('oiiulBlliiK. or 611 aC'..... .
on the other side.\ !Messrs.\ and Cono- 111 acres. 'In""' ">' and! ,.
Wright, Worley { S'Vre grot piped| with .
The Gainesville Star, which circu his sex. Lungs they're freely exercising, so that that tbe effects of a pressure of more 8,0110 ft 3-In. ttnicnt |jic| nil ailll lii good order ..._ y, .
Mr. A. B. Hurst went to Jacksonville wind they'll never lack ver returned to DeLand Sunday evening than three atmospheres prove fatal to and later the false sensational "editoriala" When they for the goal are sprinting: or niNlnif augur ciino. Auniit ntreii were l Invover '.
from JacnaonvUle.
I human life and believe
although we :
( may
\ ; elud the .
on Wednesday and returned Friday are swiftly. ( running back. water nndto letter land, fu t
; given utterance by the DeLand that whales can stand treble this mMng celery situ. nil kinds of \. ;
i
evening Riib-lrrlKHtion

: Record, takes THE News to task Mr. and Mrs. Bidwell Blake of Chi. Secret working slitnala/ up they're new devising stunts and they're Messrs. James and Frank Pounds pressure would occur or nine at about atmospheres ninety yards'which chase. to (food location nudge always for raising..makes. ,"- .

F"'r t because it defends DeLand and cago arrived last Friday on a visit to In the pusses handling and the of punta the pigskin and the were called borne on Saturday by tbe depth. Is It conceivable! that they could plagterod barn and much and nearly ti'lilt. pniH-ruil AudretwJ. Itudelllnl1

y4. her people from the unjust attacks his father, Capt. S. P. Blake. Many hours they spend In practice, and news of the death of their nephew, I resist the effect of ten times the hitter It.

4 of the Record. It seems to us Our orange growers are busy pack all aorta of tricks they- play the young son (,Will Founds who pressure or ninety atmospheres More. Lake
the;
With Intent to fool rivals they'll be a
c
ing and shipping their fruit. It seems meeting the formerly attended Stetson. OK SALK-A good horse and i ,
tray.
that, so long as the murder of that to have colored up and ripened ear- -.e.. P quire of Box UB, UoLand, Fla.Lttiincl. ., ."" .
in the Alachua Soon the football gladiators, from the .
Georgia boy county lier this
year youths brawny men. A petition Is being circulated.ajnong Noises I.''OR 8ALE-Slc' ) hJ8X1tnttlga i "
convict camps goes unpunished, the Mrs. Cummings! and little son, Harold Will be their Huhtlng toga be donningand tbe student requesting the faculty tomake' Ringing Gasoline Lunch,.will,clIl'ry Hit'long lri persona, / :% ay ( !

'1 : Starcould profitably confine its I' expect to enjoy our delightful Soon the lining rooter up will again.be Joining In voc fer- Friday; the day following In the ears (how disagreeable they are f) 6 iMke.prtwne.No llceiinen I-rive; *M.needed Just ont/c.P.Adt'IItarrl.SuintFrnucleFlorida. : ',

heavy editorials to home matters. climate once more, and will make ous acclaim Thanksgiving, a holiday. become chronic and cause mach un- : .v1
their home with Mr. and Mm. Todd. As they cheer the doughty players In the easiness and even temporary distraction. V C
But, then, perhaps it pays Editor -Theodore rough and H. Bole tumble In game Plttiburg Chroni 'a w. They are signs of catarrh ; other signsare WANT/ r NeANAOER .

> Godwin belter to dip occasionally VEIUUCT AGAINST EVANS. cle-Telegraph Mr. Clarence Kennerly former droppings! in the throat, nasal : WANT shin t d
student of Stetson, Is engaged In tbe sounds of the voice, impaired taste, l\! orgentlemxnt g it
into Volusia county matte-res. It smell and hearing. IUM a lounty and adall.1 r
Fined #!500 for Shooting at Bryan. vegetable business near Palatka. favorably know 'a
.,.has been Intimated in tbe past that Catarrh i ia a constitutional disease, standing "JU OO elf. iBport tion ,1 ,
Boss! Paid Fine. originating in impure; blood, and requires penaea paid each 1 ,, ys
"_:Mr. Godwin was furnished the Holiday A diagram showing the distances a constitutional remedy. ovadquanera. m ,
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 9.-Nat Evan III Ion
,fund which to start his sheet I "I suffered from catarrh In the ponnan ,, ,
ar with tbe third member of the gambling gained In the footbalt game last week loss of and head and Moon BlJg < ; F

"by D, Land and Philadelphia partiesit fraternity In Savannah to appear in has been placed on the bulletin board thin and nppctlte I felt bad sloop.all over My most blood of was tbe Mother Gi C .

"( from his the Games la Elizabeth: Hall. time. I decided to try Hood's Sarsaparilla SuoccBafuthe Steamshiets
". certainly appears fool. superior court this week, w I and now have no symptoms catarrh, thll ;' 1.:
.1 harpings that "ouch, was the cnae..All found !guilty of shooting at another have a good appetite and Bleep well. I $
and recommended to the mercy of Pipes for steam beat are being laid heartily recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to move ;
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tai
wormverlshn ;
all friend R. junc
my Ixura( California : i1
,;, ........ '' loyal Democrats should rejoice the court. FHEE to East Hall. tlon, Iowa.Hood's. A PAT .. Ter 13,000 miles of am .> \ > {'

,ff ;!. !' in the success of Tammanylast' Judge Pope Barrow fined him 3500(() Sarsaparilla\ are on sale by the p ) ,
: 'with an alternative of serving six Great enthusiasm Is being shown :

V J week The Republicans, who months on the chalngang. The jur'getold Inside each package over tbe basket-ball games in the gym Cures catarrh of the nose throw *! to New York, via Atlant' .
.r pound of
'unable to' down bowels Ao.: removes all its sheets aitW there Railway. .
were- Tammany by ,
*if;:;* him he would Impose a light sentence very night. ( .
builds up the whole system. f' pply to Agents Atlantic Co;
'#''&., t themselvee, fused with dissatisfied as he thought Evans had been P _____ ___ M=l .
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Demmocrata and elected Low two led Into the affray by James L. Dons, Lion Coffee W. D. STARK,

kll who had already been sentenced. Doss Tray. Pass Agebt.
,, ,,. years agO:. Tbe people had enoughof'the 'tF 11"r ;
promptly paid Evans' fine. Evans Grove Tasteless ,
.
) fuaioo'.regirA and reelected t
-. ..... shot Gad D. Bryan, Jr., twice In the will be found a FRJLE. ame. 4lea 1 Pass, Act Ilmtag

.21',! '.mmanj] 'to:!. power.. The lesson fracas.. '> 60 different srames. ,Af new. has stood the test 25 yews. Average Annual.bottles. : : .

glbytbti'iucoeeeol" : ;: ;Lcw baa Marsh Bros are'now handling the At Your Orocer' J Does 1 this record of l merit apoeal to1 No Cure, No Pay.

>: ammagytlrht5ii111 be. done .finest western meats. sdowa w rem.r. Ndlap Black Root t.ivrs'PYIa.
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J Motor League. A colony of live beavers will be exhibited i show that will demonstrate the goat's in the Mediterranean sea on ; CASTD'For I'0.1'tfrl

In the Canadian section.T. 'I value in city and country. which the Apostle Paul was ship '

f ALL TO BE PUT UP "008NEWIBE"i P. Orr, secretary and treasurerof Although; the success which has at- wrecked. Mr. Thompson says that t -
Infants and Chlldr*,
i the American Poultry Association, tended the breeding of Angora goats probably no country has brought the - v / ..

:: has been appointed superintendent of in America had done much to awakenthe raising of fine milch goats to the state

.; Slum Made of Heavy Enameled poultry at the fair.A public to the goat's: real value, of perfection attained on this little l The Kind You He -

.i Sheet Steel With Black FlBure on pumpkin of the pie brand, weighing .. the public is slow to accept as true Island. The population Is about -

Whit Background, Will Ue Placed 102J pounds, will be exhibited by the claims that /goat breeders assert 200,000'and the people there rely "

:t Between 200 and nOel( card From Oliver Ferrlll of Liberty, Mo. and prove. A few years ago Ang'oragoats almost wholly on the goat. The Always Bought .
Point to Wblcli :
1 It nefere.The A great granite obelisk will grace were not known outside of a average yield of milk.from a Malt; Preparation for Assimilating -

"''t American Motor league has devised one of the principal entrances to the [ few of the southwestern states. goat Is between three and four qiiirts toeFoodandRegulaluig "

n series of warning signs to be Texas exhibit in the Mines and Today there Is not a state or territory day. The Maltese /goats are about theStoioachs andBowels of Bears the

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i put up at points along the roadside Metallurgy ,Building/ I I in the United States in which there two feet six inches in height and

j wherever conditions are "such, as cull Maccabee day at the fair will be are not hundreds of them. The goat they often weigh one hundred pound "
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for reduced a
speed or unusual
caution
I September 28. All the prominent thrives best on land that has hereto- They are generally white, although SignatureAYegelable
{ on the part of
,
a2 persons using motor
cars, though in most cases these signs Maccabees in the United States* will fore been considered valueless. On there are many red brown and black. Promotes DigeslionCheerfur- I'

L' will be found useful to other persons be present on that date. the thickets of a mountain side, There are two varltles of Maltese nessandRest.Conlains neither of

i making use of the roads. Each Blgu Is to Many of the picturesque features of where the undergrhwth is no dense goats, the long and short haired The Opiur..Morphine nor Mineral. I

the late Boer war will be shown. The that no other :Shlmal can force an hair of the former.in often four to NOT HARC OTIC.

.I'.t Boers In South Africa and their late entrance, the goat eats! its way. The six inches long There is no recordof .
.
I
, enemies, the English residents, have brush and the bramble he devoures a Maltese goat ever being imported ,-uu DrStlNlEI.PmHEIlJ ;

formed a syndicate for this purpose. bodily. He gnaws the bark from to America. firlyfw i

One of the features of Minnesota's saplings as high as he can reach. The Toggenburger goat N Importedfrom dlxJku.e :, 't
s.asI"
! educational exhibit at the fair will He passes by the blue grass and clears a valley In Switzerland of the llUse r

t s be a display of photographs! of vegetable I the land for cultivation more same name. This.. goat has been imported d nw'JtfdrH }
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"rrI; and flower gardens at grade thoroughly than can the woodsman into America and England/ '.JHJ.- "
(YJIWIVAperrfectfem
schools where the work Is done entirety j with his axe. He enriches the ground, and Is reckoned a* the best milch / ;
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A' by pupils. | and if blue crass Is indlglnous to the goat for these countries. A Toggen- :
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dY forConstipa:1::1
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will
: burger yield about four quarts '
< 4 non,Sour I!,' \
of milk a day
Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- I
!t. MANUFACTURES BUILDINdLOUISIANA The Nubin For Over
goat is larger by half ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
PURCHASE EXPOSITION' .. I ,
than the
The
common species' breedis -
T. L.OUI3.I U.O.lt.l; eQ4 I
r sensitive to the cold, and in Amer. Facsimile Signature of !

1;.' ica and England they require a warm Thirty Tears":

{ CAtTION SIGNS FOR MOTORISTS. goat house or barn and are never sent NEW YOfK.
to pasture when there is danger of
made of heavy enameled steel, with !
I"I"b figures ou white background, the frost. :t w i

:. being 21 Inches square. All There is no question as to the superiority

,j] signs are to bo put up "cornerwlse," of goat's milk as comparedwith CASTOR

-'I) \ with angle At the top; this form combined cow's milk, says Mr. Thompeo'n.!
y with the white enameled face of It taste better, is richer and Is the l

the steel, being calculated to stand out Ideal milk for the infant and sick \ .Me 0IMTU"eOM"\\: wTMNn err,.

f.. most couoyicnonsly! against any ordinary person. There Is one 'sanitarium that .... 'k 1

landscape. To ii each post will be painted white and 'ti
than that Itets/ from a heardof
the sign can thus be more easily distinguished -.....
at night by the driver of a goats.; In one eastern city a char. Tbt- cold HHVIso uiucu dreaded by "

rapidly moving car. Referring to theI > ity organization! acquired a numberA inset people. Is really u blessing lu dis .......
numbered signs shown In the cut No. 2 iHS guise. It charges the atmosphere with ..,

I 1' 1, indicates( approach to a steep de- DANGEROUS MONTH fresh oxygen und a surplus of free ,

scent; No.2, approach to a railroad This is the month of coughs, colds' electricity which produces a most exhilarating PRE'EA :

crossing; No 3, approach to a branch and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold' and beneficial effect upon

I road (to right); No.4, approach to -i .) easily Find yourself hoarse, with a mankind. Torpid energies are aroused TRIP TO EUROPE-(

branch road (to loft); No. B, approach tickling in your throat and an annoying:( physical vigor, and! resistance Increased, I

; to crossroads; No.6, approach to a cough at nishtV Then, you should always by the ndvpnt of a cold wave to such

ditch or abrupt depression In the road; ,--, have handy a bottle of Ballard's an extent that any Incidental damageIs

No. 7, approach to a hummock or I Horehound Syrup. J. Anderson, 354West more" than umd up for
( Ed. Weeks, a Miller county, Mo., soil it springs spontaneously.When .
..f "thank you ma'am";; No. 8, approach to up jth St., Salt Lake City, writes: I The American climate bus ulwuy"
trq:;" a city village or other collection of Inhabited hog and poultry man, has paid $151 : the thickets are gone the Angora "'\'e use Balljrd's Horeliruind Syrup been recognised as a strong! factor, In l

dwellings; No. J 0 Is a general for a pig which he will groom! for exhibition : goat! thrives on grass equally as for cough! and colds It gives immediate causing (tie aggressiveness und enter i i

caution signal indicating the proximity in the live stock department. well as does the sheep. relief. "'c know it's the. best prise which have lifted our people Into j

of any danger or obstruction not scheduled A model poultry farm, showing-all' The Angora goat's usefulness is remedy for these troubles I write this tbe first rank among nations and innde 4

above as, for example, a wrecked kinds of poultry In conditions from manifested in various The to induce other people to try this pleasant us commercially supreme. The cold! | FREE f rtfN:

bridge, a temporary excavation In tbe the to the table will be ways. and efficient remedy" 25c 500 wave with Its results of Increased energy -- .
egg seen at /fleece, technically called ''Mohairo.na.o.E.tICN "
roadway, a broken down vehicle In the and $!.oo at all druggists II and vigor Is a meteorological If you would like to take tIt
the next In connectionwith
fair' year.
road the moving of a building across ----- nomenoti peculiar to this country Pht',1, a trip to Europe, the 6
the farm chicken restaurant
the highway, the presence of a crowdor a LIOC.OAI. ARTS BUI LOIN' O chief of the weather bureau at \ World Fair, Saratoga,
assemblage of people Immediately/ will be operated. Here poultry In all LOUISIANA or.LOVIJ.: PunovoePOSITION. ington explains the origin of this wave I 00 New York City or Ashevlllo -

',, ahead or any"other condition requiring forms will be served to order. The USA I0OI It appears that with a high pressure. O without having to put '

caution. No. 0 Is a plain white sign privilege will be granted the patronof system rotating with great velocity 0 up my of jour own money, .. :
and, can be Improvised In emergent catching the chicken that serves large volumes of cold air are drawn write. the Jacksonville

cases by using a sheet of white cloth him for a meal. down from above!' the" clouds, so Unit o 0 tropolls for purlieu'
fastened upon n bonrd of proper shape. I II the cold wave is "homemade." being,

'yf'. Each sign Is placed at a distance of THE: POOR MAN COW simply n product of motion. The "y"-

.: not less than 200 nor more than 800 tern!' of motion originates In the northwest .
I The goat is going to butt into popular -
',' ;yards from the point to which It refers. but the cold air comet from
favor at the fair. The sheep and -
't To enable nutoinoblllsta at points above the clouds.

distant from league headquarters to /goats will be separated, and comparisons The told wave Is not only useful for ThE i >
t.
.. l' l put up signs of wood the lengue has Is that may be then made are Pure titlfla; L tI( lp, LLIJ4l. t3 beneficial effect upou tbe human : METROPOLISP iV

} sued the following specifications with to win for the goat the high!! place 1 IJ.i system but as a cleansing and purifyIng 9f DtfS FT f rf
t1x OS ,i/ -J* 't *A Jt ,
Nlfc -
;, the accompanying sketch: that he has merited for many centuries agency It dissipates the deadly
"Materials needed: One board 15V4. but which be has been debarred carbonic acid gas the product of reset PUBLISH. ING --A'- CO' :

r. feet long by 10 Inches wide or lOVa feet f roip: possessing because of a popularbut ration and combustion and the foul effluvla JACKSONVILLE.T 1 ? .,1
: long by 15: inches wide and 1 Inch thick unfounded of decaying matter lucren! prejudice.
'. free from knots and other hurtful defects atmospheric circulation generally and! I "
I 14 feet and During/ the Universal Expo..itlonI -- .- :Medical -' 1.
.L" ; ono stout\ post long I I --- -- ----- -- -- I IBEAUTIFUL thereby relieving stagnation.-
not less than 5 by 5 In dimensions the animal that has roamed over the Brief .
inches furnishes some of the best fabrics CLEAR SKIES. -g
.. _.. >>
ash heaps of Patch -- -
; thirty-six screws 1% to 2 inches Kerry eating known among ladies dress goods, as
long; three half Inch Iron. bolts long labels from tomato cans and Herbine exerts a direct influence on
: well as pluahes, robes, rugs, etc. The the bowels liver and kidneys purifying
enough to pass through sign and post,
I : allowing for nut at "nd; one quart ,, and strengthening; these organs, and i
.U'L' / QLO".u. them" normal condition ,1I.
good white paint mixed. ........ooc3.''ON maintaining a
O Y. ..OVI.'O. V.aA/.o! of health; thus removing a common .. ---115:
1 "Directions: Plane your board and
t'. cause of yellow, nictliy greasy skin,
,
cut In lengths of thirty inches four and more or less of pimples, blotchesand More Than a
: lengths for a fifteen Inch board or six blackheads. all
$Oc at drupgisH.
lengths for a ten Inch board; paint both II

sides; then fasten together with screws,
and back at of goats and when a child is reported
laying the front pieces DOLLARS
right angles as shown in the sketch; sick a goat Is loanet' to the family $ /lllllOl $

g until such time as the goat's milk is r.


ig 61 ; } !iF [J 1 no is reputed longer neccessary.to attach to The goat's odor milk that, of Florida Capital gui'antees -

Mr. Thompson says, is altogether the
this li
fault of the surroundings. Nothing pure vege- t

will |take up odors and impurities table remedy to cure
rIA. like milk, and if the place where the ,

milk Is stored be kept clean no odor backs '
paper from billboards, will come into /flesh is exceedingly delicate and or money .

his own. Heretofore his only glimpses Dutritious,'and on the market finds'a will be noticeable. 1

of good society have been gained ready sale as mj tton and the con- The goat is the poor man's cow.

when he was presented by Mr. West. sumer seldom suspects It. The flesh The ordinary family In the city may Cures
have a supply of the best milk In the :
moreland Place to his youthful son of the kid is better than lamb. The
world at a nominal cost by Keeping a *
and heir. Then after a precarious milk, though not abundant, contains 1.
The animal will browse in the '
l existence, during which he served as more albumen and caaln,. fat and goat. Catarrhal affection of tbe 'Cl fJ
and back It will eat
back alley.
yard
the motive power for an unbreakablecart sugar than does cow's milk. The'-r nasal passage, bronchial ;/ '
be perhaps' committed the Indiscretion tanned skins are not suitable for anything! and everything. Of course /
tubes lungs kidneys, bladder
what it eats manifests itself in the ;W'
.,: peculiar to goats of lowering shoe leather, but good workglovesand
and stomach Also
milk. The throws
family
bis head and colliding1 forciblywith morocco for book bindings are average
., kr I the' and it'was away enough apple, potato and turnip ,
1, ? ,1, young hopeful, largely made from them. Their pelts parings, with other waste from the
j 4l back to the patch with his goatshlp.\: make rugs and robes of' striking table, to keep a goat in good condi Nervous ;:

The entire world will be drawn beauty and great utility I tion. The goat will eat the labels otT ".
1 tin cans In going alter the paste, but fi.r. n
upon vindicate. the goat, and to p
Mr. In tracing the orginof
Thompson .
s there is no record that he ever ate Indigestion .;
r 4 'kN show that he has been a much maligned -
r the locates his native
Angora goat the can Itself. The goat must have
animal. George F. Thompson habitat in Asia Minor. Iexcer I| -:ise. If his range is not large f
of the United States Bureau of ladder In the back will dis pease _
/ Mr. Thompson, In his European and a placed yard Consumption, or any
.. Animal Industry, an authority on serve his purpose admirably and he of the mucuous mem- A D !W
is of
Asia tour, seeking specimens
A. 8JONPO8T8. goats and other domestic'animal*, will prove his surefootednesa in clam r1 .
will tour Europe, AMa and Af ric 9 ard: the mUch goats. His first stop will bering over It. Fur tbe best_ results branes. n .
+4, l end post and import specimens for the fair goat I be at, the Island .of Malta, the little the goat should be milked three i .1
e \ so that the I times a day. '
ch the top -, -" I I As Tonic tit
a
s e ART VAL.enVIaAAA0MCn6't I
I of whitefinish : _' I
BEST,LINIMENT ON EARTH.I
\ ,
.Q.
0 LO V I$ \I AA.
n0
r. ..' In to f'atgn. I. M. McHany, Greenville, Tex.,
y tha writes Nov. sd, 1900\ : "I had rheumatism gives appetite, builds .'.'"

t. aid last winter was down in bed six, up the system, banishes MANUFACTURED ONLY I BY

.f' a t lee weeks; tried everything but got no that tired feeling, makes PICAIMANUFACTORIN6the (
r relief, till a friend gave me a part of a
t bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. I weak strong and. JACKSONVILLE. Fbu U N'

\ d ilk used it, and got two more bottles. It happy. '. ;',

d, cured me ana' I haven't .felt any rheu

i / I ak matism." \For rheumatic, .sciatic or
irlog
rd atI. lilt 'neuralgic ins, rub in Ballard's SnowIanimeat .. SOLD AND' GUARAHT ED'
.
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r I 1t yVu will not suffer long, but -- i T. L_ '

1 'l,4 ,will cbe.atat' ed with" peedy and, tf.: < 74q
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'f .i ,voL08i\r CQOTION r s OF FAMOUS MILITARY BODY. Florida East Coast Ry.

_' .AWS OF FLOKlllt A Singular
_
r history of Brltlah Honorable Artll-

I J- HEMS l'"bv given that Lit Cixlv.of l.ry Company to Vlalt Bo.tom. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected Oct. 10, 1903.SOUTHBOUNDREADDOWN. .
.: <' Tax Cortlttuattt No. 516, The Honorable Artillery Company R.'eenl! e .
( \ n j'clHy. of June, A.D.. has
1B01 of London, which l Is to visit Bostou NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
In
-uurHtIoate my olllee, and baa _
,illoutlon for tax. tteed. to Issue In uo- and Incidentally the United States as ...
It V with law Bald. oertlnoiito. embrace guest of the Anclout and Honorable [Original.] No.99 No.29 rii; No. 18
,. S .Rawing Uuitorlboil property situated. lit My acquaintance with the W1Hmertba Daily. D..lIy. STATIONS I Dally. Dall,.
ooumy. Florida, to-wit: Artillery Company of Massachusetts. a -

I. ".''f .. ii ; J T7,laud Lake. betutr Huluo.awcMed. at the data of in tbe oldest military organization iu was Intimate. The property ..5 s-e 00 I ii S-II .Oa t. .. .... .. ....J.\OJcRonvill. ... ... .. .. .Ar R 8110 a R 7 00 p if Fa.a : iI.! "0'I
the of several branches of the tttnilly at .. .. .. .. ..Lv 8 49a5 8
: ;/ One f+nou ot lucb uet-tittuate In tbe name. world. nays the New York Commercial s e OB s II .Ij a .Jook."nvlll. a lIp ::r"'il :;
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... .. ... .. ... ..., .. I .. f" .
'I' 40a4
Sir ml Wn>. Long. Union Maid eurlllloate. I Advertiser.It last became vast estate In the B lOp BIO fi a .. UKIIBUU. 8 tOp
-'' reaoemod aoatiixllnir. to law. tux dvud one I a 00 I' .11 2S... .. .. .. .......... .... tllIlI.. a 03 p :
.'" I Wb Eue tb..r"oo on tbe Il1tb day. of Nov"", wn Incorporated by Henry VIII. hands of Eugene Willmerth. lie was oUaJ1._.!: 44es440p U C'ni

f" ::/ aIvua' ). 1\100.\ 'In r us It nursery school for training of extremely pleasing = i7 35 I' 1i10".Ar.. . . .. .. .. 0 iSas. 4101' -1!. ..
a mail an
... 3BS my official lgnntiiru' And teal tbl. young Lv.. .. .. .. .. . .. . 7111 <1 '4 jJih
E ." !.5.1
toll 1.La? ; [
Dter' ,
} day of October A. 1). I9U8. MRS. CECELIA STOW!, < hind antedates by more than u disposition! generous to a fault the .. . ... .. .
I" a :Suai, 48301' ..... A.. .. . .. .. rill
; ) SAMUEL D. JORDAN Orator, Entre Noun Club. hundred years the formation of : ... . .. .. ,, (Ofi* ,. s 830 '
1" -k Circuit Court ol VoluulaUouuty. Fia. any soul of honor and so trustworthy hliu- 01 .. .. '! !..10( a Lv. .tI J? "' !r"
U
'14 Aayei other, llrltldb military company. It self that it never occurred to him to !? ;-f17"ia12; 23 p Lv. .. ... .. .. .. II iTfla(I a t Ot l' g- '* ;:
176 Warren Avenue, has bfwulos. Its and epicurean .:_r'0 r 812" fl2 3B p.. ........... ....... II r.o.. r 3 to j J' 2 ::. -
,;, : _, Adit? age propensities doubt any one. Those nearest him o.- 8 20 i P a32 Up.... .. ............. II 4111.l 3 U I.g.g I' OS .. "0i
7th Judicial CHICAGO .
Court IM. 22 )
Circuit of Oct. 1903.!
l' Oh Flor- tbe distinction having urged him to for the reason that C sB6e's .................. lIp. :a-c: e:
._. }' pany*> In and for Voluaiu County. Iu Cbauo For nearly four years 1 suffered been commanded by kings and mArry i 5 .5 I s 8 OB P 1 87 I> .... .. ........... 4 .hIS a a 2 00" or g !i
{\.! .. from ovarian troubles. The doctor princes In case he died without issue the estate ..S all21pIl13B" .. .............. / 4H..2HI'i j; irn
== insisted and officered by dukes and earls. The would to his cousin George Ii S 8 00 J' 0 8 05 I'... .. ... .............. .' .4 21. II 2 11 I' n.. ..
the pass !
o DAVIS. on uu operation ns proujost* fuiullles of the realm have f-l '110J8p..a 25 '... .................( 8 511 a 4 5 pa 1iII: ;;:
.,. : F] Coinpluimmt1A 1 only way to pet w<'lI. 1 I. however Wilkinson and It was considered desirable 1080p.. 08p .... ............ .IA nol101> :J"
la' = v. strongly objected to an oi>crutioii. been glad, to enroll their sons amongIts that the property should not be 01, 3B I' a 3 33".. .... ............ .hastings..a, ...f / HI a.12' 30 P Oil.. a
DAVIS: J lIlly liuslianil l felt ilislH'mtenetl .. members, and It has been granted :1"; .fir to p t 330 I' .. ............ .. ...It. .. 128* a 112 33 P ;. ..
V 3- BE.b&teiidunt. uswell in the keeping of one whom no one -:: 0111 II; II 4 t 05 P.... ........ I : J rir a ,12 00" co 51U -::
.. arlnir by the aHIJmlt.. of thoComQuiiiunt as 1 I. for home with a sick and still enjoys. ninny privileges and either liked or trussed. But Willmerth _t .U2Io a t13I.............. .\ > 1a'. it iii I 1,41, a 30l ;;: ;
woman is iliicunsolato Immunities II) .. I 4111" ..11 I lOa ..
.1 OOa.
a 9'
place at peculiar to Itself. 031'(
I lu tue atioe "ILj5 Hint tae ItalI I
... .
seemed in no baste to'be married and .
.
.. l ci I IIUla 15 40 1. II Ciii fl"2l1a I a
t .... ... Uui-llm UIIVla.'o' loallltbeln'"uw"i I >est. A friontlly druggist ailviseilliini From the time of Its foundation until 'z:
Instead of grudging his cousin the N lb it it 51 II P iii I SI a "OS"
but possession
m bulie\eu to Lie ) :
wiitiiuilie to get a bottle of AVine (if j .. ..' :: _
tO
fU tlt..t... that file present It has been wholly distinct ,_ IIISO.tB13.. I'
tbe dulemtaut,
; llertliit "
1,0'; 1OIM Is over the utruot' CarJui for mo to try. and he did so. from of the property seemed bent on ... 11 t II 18 a.. 17 .. : 211"" a II .IIR E .9'J .
nil
.. .. tweiit-uiiu jfuia I other military bodies of Great it all to for had II .11.. 0 23 ll1B I'' 0 H a ;:.
*IA"> lUtTU ill no person lu this Mute tile began to improve in a Few days and I giving him George no I i
., 'Vtit ut Britain in that It is self I 51* S 31 ii..k.. 01 .p e III a si '"
I > iiroveua sustaining receives a .
.. oil uuuui would "bind suiil Within wish that did .; .
my was rapid. Eugene not gratify.
j to '''I1'"t.'' recovery very = .i. f8 29 al 51 } 3? 1'' '" j.10lSp.Kfill1 j-=
aid from the
: 1 '. l. thoreupoti ordered. that aald' defundaut.. eighteen! weeks I was another no public funds and Eugene also voluntarily told his cousin a. a 4$ a S 7 13 .. ...
vatlut. Liavm' be uuUHliu. 1 II ,ruijuiiutl to upiiuurre1" heillg. : Is the only corps outside the regular that he would never marry in order CD a. 2U a 0 7 .7 8 t1 I' .. Ij i 11 a CS ;:-
*"!'ot'oiiipiuiiu beium on '' tins British that bears the l z 1_: 4 tO it a 8 12 9 13 I' 7 fi2 a A ;;
: army king'scolors.
"i.Moiluuy iu jjuctliiliur A. it. rJJ.'t.:: ,, that after his death George might In- L I! 06 'II B al I 9 03 I' 8 7 411 H nLu
.' aeveutu of .. & .1\01118801''.... .... ....... Lauderdale..1. 8 02 Ii I hit a u.i .,
day said ..
if t, a 0111 will be taken uu luoutli' otherwise, &L Xtv1Nra. Its is herit the Willmerth millions. .:.i 0& r 1121111.9 2B p.... ..... .... ... 11.11I..I..le.. .. ........... ..t 7 38"" tl1I7. n :.:
Rad."t. mid. tno coiuplulmiiit. eo..1.l by, said du- government based upon royal Love usually strikes suddenly those VI.. S 6 110 a a 9 Hp.. .. . .... ..Lolli.... City .. .. .. ... ..0 7 10 I' tI ""p a ...
.5 "proctuil. uA-puitu .us uuttumi will I.",'.1.1\,1"11\" warrants that have been confirmed by who hold up a shield to ward off his -a-: s700.. Sin'. tr.. ... .. ... .... ., 3111101.. .. . . .. .. !:!...$ ::: i&t )1'-;

: flit IH turtuer oiUuivd luut ttiia order be liub- each succeeding sovereign from the SChEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
Stowed
b..il lor live ohisutuhiu weeks, m; the UeJMiiu letter shows every darts. Eugene met Miss Gertrude
Wevkiy NKWB. II II"W..JII"u...... "...III woman how u home is IllIMenPllloy; time of Henry VIII. When this most Thrall and at once became her slave. -
1 id County of ulumu uua stale or rlolitlu... female weaknes and. }how completely notable corps of volunteers was'yet In --SANFORDERANOH.-- I ORANUECi'l'yuDRA.NOH.NO.I : .
Most of Willmerth's set
/ >u' nautl. young women
th(7tue luy uiul untl 01 mild t.ounut
-'. Court; House in ueUmU, Voluslu. Couuty Wine of C'ardui cures that sickness Its Infancy the king himself Ilenrr I were to be had by him for the asking, I Na. 12 N :"3--N i .'-- --- ---TN .'2T o.4

r'4, 4iriUu, tblsdru. day' of 'lyoveiulit-r> A. 1). HHAI.f and.hl'inllq health and happinessapain. -, VIII.) was accustomed "to join in for all for establishment IJ I STaTIoNs. Du.Ilf I I 1111111 I, I1l1l1y I STATIONs. I lnhiy .I'sil7I _
: they were' looking an
.
_i Ja SAM: 1 ii. JuitliAN 110> not go on suffer- their exercises particularly in that of ... .... Iltuavill .. ..Ar sli 001' I
d J1C Ijaeal] tli-ik: C'lrvult Con it.UP I 1n. Cif to Vnup flriirvrrjuf* fn.likv the bow. In the use of which his grace and everybody knew what ........ .Mln18. ...........Ar na 37.. 113001' 'L. .13. Smvrn. Ar Bl 0'1'I a7 10 P
and secure a 11.00 L iti.r. of Wiue; the Willmerth estate was. But Eugenewas .706./I.V./ ...... ... Oateen ........ .Ar rll >8a> S 3 U"r'1 Iv. Litk.. helen .AI'I M 1101') .5 00 p
.1 lijj0j1; : APPLICAHtiM tOK TAX of C'arclui. .vas particularly skillful. In the .... .. EnlerprIBe...... ... .Ar all (00.. 0355" \ ,.( ,' ('tty Ar 8 1 001' >5 U t
so noble minded himself that he .... .. . .. .. .. ,
: ,\\,1J1.tU;; : I.r.VJU: :: s.h.UllOM 8 OF reign/ of Elizabeth when England was 1* S."t..r< Lv sb HOn. S 4 GOT', A! (Ii. City'Jo.LY all lip aS 35 p
did not dream would
UU .l'I.t.1loti!:! LAWs O*' FLOIt1 Wr.EoIQ1RDUII, threatened by the Spanish. armada any woman pre- No. 23No.. 21 No 19No..11 No. 18 No,20 NtJ. 2Z
tii tend love she did not feel for the
a purpose M&YPOBT
10\. the
Honorable /
Artillery Company garrisoned / I I I I
; : of securing his wealth. When he Sunday Sunday D.U. D..lly BRANCH Dally. DaIly. SuniiiiyI <<
Tilbury fort. the unl .
b SCtOTlCE; Is buiebyglVfii that C. L. llutoblnuii IIL -- During struggle ol1ly. ex un' ollly

,iJurcUttaur. oi lax. Cei: llriuitlu Ao. ilj: for liberty in the reign of Charles proposed to Miss Thrall she sank Into I OOp .10 06R. e 301> 8 110 a'LV' ........ ..JEksonvilIs ... ... .. S OOa.4 t tOp ..12301'
melJd .
jssI I I Ibe .XI 1 .day ol July A. 0. ItkAl, bits IlifU. -- I. the Honorable Artillery joined the uis arms vowing that he was the only a I OBI' 010 13a. 6 3Sp 5 8 IS a .. ..... ... .80 J.k.uDYIU., ....... 711211..321, > all 12 p400p51161a
ovrllCuHtu. lu 'my oinco, anu. bus luatlu man she ever would have married and .a.01'.10. .8101l.U yaAl..P."I.B''b.' .... .. ... .Ar..4 '''. '.
r que1iustioi3 for tm ut-t-u 10 msiie. In acvurde popular .Hide and at the battle of New- I 2 .5 I'' flO 110 a t 8 15 p t 1111. a'Ar.' ...... .. .....AII.n" B..b.... .. .. .. 7 )15 II I f 3 Cl "i fn 45sS
Ins- wild UunurlbuU law. Said propel uuiliUuutu ty sltuuieu eluoiucis lu A Ibu.u- I STEVENS bury was tbe only regiment that could tf When he failed Eugene her she announced would die his a maid. 3 lOp all UII a 8 to p 5 Y 60 .,Ar. .... .... ..Jloypor\ .... .' 7 00" 3 3i' .n so"Th..a.

-'. Couuty Floama, town; withstand! the charge of Prince Ru- engage- .. tr\--;; ; ; ,
Time Tables and
aj his show the IIm..t which lie pxni'rtml to anivi depart
'sOte4 of ," ment to cousin he
SI 40 6 beu lTp 17 South:! llauf;j' 30 pprfti. on\nlry. which before that bad accompanied it from the several stations but their arrival or departure. at the tlinoa "("''I'd U not eusraiitpeil,

1? EeLou: aia eies.mud being .as,ieBSvd. at Iho.date.. of, carrli. ] nil before It. with a deed settling on Wilkinson a nor does. the Company hold itself responsible> foi any delay. or Auii-wjueneo, arlaing/ theierom. -

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of
: i-OJiiintns- -' o issuaiiva 01 ucu vuiiiiluuiu: Iii m0 hallOW In the two subsequent reigns they very large piece property the only ,

-." Acui J1i Ue rvUevuit.Y. BorUeii.d uccoiuiu Culesaijuid. I.. ...w.ceruneate lux UtL-a ,*& vvei-e considered of sufficient Importance portion of the estate he was at libertyto KEY WEST AND HA V ANA. .
Issuu Wilkinson seemed be
give to
.." Ilioieou uu the Nu au>' ol UiveuiUer to Induce the sovereigns to Interfere away.
i
fI .:'ri be .O.Ivui...;.!. prepared for the news and congratulat.ed PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
I ; laViiR* 103' UJttItI. ''KUHlur nod seal this lu the election of officers In order '

.:"-'"... pUltiteMl.L day. '*ut-WuvtfiiiUu' .., A. U. luiM. : that they might place those lacomnmnJ \ warmly showing a thorough Commencing September... .. 3O. 1003.. .
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&AM'i. u. JOltZ>AN appreciation of his kindness. Wilkinson .
I dfl.Jb CirnuitCouri Vomoitt Cuuuo, 1-ia. who were thoroughly devot. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUNDLv
,d to tbelr'luteresta. Since that period also Informed the newly engaged LT Miami Sundays aud Wednesday..... ,11\\ a Havana'Auradnya, . .... U imn'n
iif.:! a : bare man that he considered the girl Ar Key Wait Sundays' and Wedneiday.. t 15 I'r KM \\cal. Th"irdaTf .. .. ...... B 33 p
been instrumental ;
Ol1lJJo OF At'FLttI1UNk'uTX! I 4. they frequently Lv KeyV..r \Vedni-Klaj.... 9 it p Lv key Went Mom'avaund' Frtdaya..2. in" a
of his choice
in the of the perfect. All this made Ar Havana ... 116 \r Miami .... 3
th1-LiEEu:;'; ) ; IJNULlt; !: bCUlllCs W Oi prepervlng peace city Thursday a Monday-mud. .. ... Filtlny) HpAn
Willmerth happier than before and --- ---- ---- --- '- '" -
t ,; !J: toatooveSteamablpfwill. be operated htweenley West an,1 I Havana :
,; ;) <;, W.' JVA. I and hi the famous riots of 1780 they here seemed no obstacle whatever to L. Key Weet Mondays anil Frlil lya .. ,7 30 I p l| Havana fiipadaya and" Satunlai, .I 1J IIf 0 *inAr. '

I \IO riCEla bl'a..blIVeD/ ibut C. L. HuiuulnHid.- caved the Bank of England from beIng change the situation. I r. HavanaTueadaya. and S.turd"y.lOU* al IIL. Key Weai' 'J'8.1..0. and l'Ia.urtll.y..8. 30 p
I A-T .uii.puivhHiHirul '1'8Z lU'1I0"1I'o.u., WI", n In itt Linn .., tho WCKMI Toil mud boy.n The next thing I heard about Eugene -----. -- -- -
gJfl"d ttio 4ia ou> ol !Nuvembur L>. I8""j, im7ed .. tttatilt HRIAKJI l If .... .,."I.II..d l jour, flaW'". plunged and burned by the mob. i .
... Willmerth was that be had For copy of Local Time O.rd-.or other Information addicts' anyAirciit.
gone
j auiu vuiciuvatu in DIY tiinct.uiid lids luudelor For mm JU S'ltNK.Sti rlULAUMU:: bay The health of King Edward, who itin I

:. I mJqspIlu8tiuu.. .. With law. .said lax. ."uvllltluulv"..u.u ,..U."w..II".lh.. in. .uecuiduo ) .. t-I..d.STANDARD..FOR ACCURACY AND honorary member of the Boston or- abroad then that ho bad taken passage J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.Arc .

L OlfoliowinijCdviiiribiu> piopeity .llualid 'u Voliiaiti DURABILITY ganlzratlon. will be drunk from the ten ,, on a Mediterranean line steamer at -
L UOU1H3', r!',,,"Iu.... town: gallon punch bowl of the Ancients on Marseilles for Naples, and when the -I-
au kH or ni-4 and uc"4 ol ncM "eu ill\ Tp 17HuuJ SV.namufact u..I large BIII!carted eontlttlDBof
? ( .. fl t,;...... RIFLES from $3.00 to $150.00 the: next field day of the organization. ship arrived be was not to be fouud. You Going' North or West ?

': j t--!- 920 'latllu.u.>>.. void. .,,lnnJ, belnv, HSM'tsed toe tlutu. ol. PISTOLS from 2.50 to 50.00 when the British artillerymen will bo of Blic-h .
feitilluatv thu u>iuit olva committed
I suicide or walked overboard
ultat SHOTGUNS, from 7.5010 30.00W..III
\ > Hurdviiiuu. UuKaa bnid uiitiuuttluiiliull. present. -
!J .,. .. (b w redeouiol acuuidluit lu luw.lax lIe.d wll, -- > In his sleep. George Wilkinson made THE
U. 1. 1 Issue. thereon uu t be Jabtl..)' ol November ship our irood (expn... prwp iilon) effort to discover his cousin. If be
every
.
I .f If .......
"WVA.1 .D.ltiua. r.t.ij.i price you cannot Ibvui from TO CUKK: A VOLt; IN ONE DAY,
| Wltll" u'y "ftI"l..ll1l/ln..lur./ imd goal this. Jour.Ii.1.r. were still alive and after spending six LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R. R. I Ion'EHS
tb. Ibtaday. of Uctobei, ', A. O. l.ioj., Take Laxative 13romo Quinine Tab months abroad giving the matter his!
f ISeul: ] BAM'b 1). JOltDAN. J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. lets All druggist refund the money UNEXCELLED PASSKNT(3KII:: : !SKUVK'K: 1 [
,
personal attention returned to America .

., .-.1. i.; :;; Clerk Circuit Court Voluaia Couuty, "'111. CHICOPEE P. O. BOX FALLS.3091 MASS. signature If It falls is. to on cure.eacb box.K. W.25c.Grove'a and took the estate.It ......Modern: :,I;:..Tralna. :.: vm rjlnir Pullninn. : :' ,Sl .pem.::r'I'YE'! :: _. ) _: ;n.m::- ...ft_:.fit.. .I.KfnlinliiK.:.;..'..,..- !,'._.. Clialr_!_::_.. .._Cars_ ..'.,. .:-
hVlcourt. thu Colhl It.
.
1t ; > 7th Judicial Circuit of Florna was nut very long before it was
----* -- All A c-iil9Bfll through ticketS \lu r.I: N.

reason for the Couuty of Voluaia. In _._ n __un _____ o rumored that O.'orgeVllklnson would For rates, aclivdulva ami, alui'plnir' car reaurvatluim. apply to
; ; .!.. -y. out. his cousin's intention that
,, carry
',1 I' tr'' Coast Line Canal Walter fcj. Love, the young mao X RAY TO COLOR GEMS. J. M. FLEMING: ,
"""' ) Miss Thrall should be mistress of the
.. ..tion Loiupituy: a who mysteriously r'lorldii I'Hssenifi' ",'ul. J
'd
I on, ttc., 1 diuappearedfri.m Expert Fucha S.y. Mo H.. Process Willmerlh estates by marrying her C. L. STONE G. P. A., 200 \Vest Bay fit., Jacksonville, Fia. ....
k' Complainant. Tybee off Svaunali several himself. Miss Thrall Louisville Ky. .
!< ."1 to Chance Diamond to Any IIa. put on mourning *

(ilV; t/'. ; : The Ellsworth( "v.'Iruat Company. mouth ago, and who was after- Discovery of a process by which a Willmerth.. but as the months passed -. -- -- -.- -- .- ."

', .. ... ft i H.1rt Corporation, etc.. and lumlea wards found in Denver. CaL! has returned tUauiond, may be changed' to any color she gradually lightened It, and it

1 .... p Defendants. to !bis* home at Quincy. Love, wad this color made permanent by the was finally permitted to leak out that p

U *-;:*/ .' ./ NOTIE.r. !:. had a large life insurance, which) use of X rays was recently announcedby because Eugene had requested In the -

r. fYvflHJ- i rj'HE ElUwortb Truat Company, a corporuI his relatives were tryiug to collect W. C. Kucha the Chicago Roentgen event of his death she should marry I '
> I tlon organized", .and eximluir under the St. .Louis his cousin she had determined to respect WINCHESTER
the Repub-
I t' laws of the tttttio of town. tutu. .tunica' H. : whtn he wall located by insurance ray expert says
his wish. i
_4 -'! Hart, defcndautsaboyt, iiamud. In the ulnneentitled detectives iu Denver. He Ic. .
,. I ,.... t ciiuae, .ale hereby required. to appear. never According to the experimenter the Many who knew Miss Thrall personally .
,"-_ to: tliu bill of denied
4 bin
complaint Hied lieieln uuumxt identity, and it iu
generally believed In her and It FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
sincerity
1 rrtbew, on or before Monday. Uuccuibei> 7th, process 11 nd discovery are the resultof ,
-' A.1). 1UUJ. conceded that he was mentally was whispered that so great was her ,
if labors which have occupied his attention "Leader"
New Rival" "Repeater'jF
The JJeLand Weekly News, n newepnperpubllabed '
deranged when he disappeared. love for Willmerth that this marriage |
1. ill.rf at UeLund Voluaia. county Florida la for more than five years. He
hereby designated aa the was repulsive to her. I confess! did : uvuv5Ji.nrrwbJi. WSLj1IJLlLr1vt..rI- _
newupiiper in which declares that the time wflll when i
4' 7/- this order la. to appear once .a ween for tII.. ._ n_ __ .. _.___. come a
r consecutive, wueka. ) the brown diamonds In the crown of not credit this side of the affair. I ] you are looking for reliable shotgun am-

It I WItness my band and. seal of auld Court .at It's King Edward. the dlasiiond and' knew that most young women would .
For Ilopej ,
4 '.1 BL t.' day DeLund, Voluaia A.County U. 'luud., Florida. thin 2nd. You other famous gems can'be practically have acted the same way In a case lor[ munition, the kind that shoots where you ,

F:L ?-iA ,r 1L.fveml.Jtor.] 8AM'I, U. JOUIJAN, duplicated. where wealth was concerned, and this I '
Clerk: Circuit point buy Winchester Factory
F I $j .. I.,'l"- Bryan & Bryan. Court VoluaiaCountj, Fia. The nJetbod. con9lstsln directing the was all the thought I gave It. I II your gun,

I t)? bollultora and of Counsel for Coinplalnuat. X rays through the substances from was Invited to the wedding. with a Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with!

':v which the color is to be1 -* / .:- the rays touch and penetrate the diamond. the house at 9 o'clock in the evening. powder; "Leader" and "Rcp ater, loaded:
-
Various metals. and chemicals Of course it was.a grand affair. "Ev with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester !
8 :
.
4 > Georgia Southern have been used to color .the diamonds erybody" was present. The groom '
p looked well satisfied Factory Loaded Shells ". and accept no others.
and It has beon found ttkat
the Dll'tbodthe color: may also be! i the world and the bride looked lovely ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

removed. though there was a melancholy tinge 1

: Jtr Florida .1-. .- !. about her that bespoke the memory of .

AND Railway WORM DESTROYER. her lost love. Calling a friend's attention

f .. White's Cream to this I was surprised when he"
: Vermifuge, not only
( ..- : alls worms but removes the mtcus replied:
ts iJ: "Suwauee Klver Itonte." and slime in ''which they build their "They have Been lovers for ;years." I

.. The Great Health Drink! nests; it brings and quickly. a healthy There was no time to follow the matter }-tAiiANTic COAST[TIE

'r (,. _ condition of the body where worm up for the actors In the marriagescene

Dispensed at all Soda Fountains ESe cannot exist. 2c at all druggists. 11 took their positions and the ceremony '

,. Bcbedulv lo Effect June so, 1908. began. As son as it was over
1" :; ,,,,,:,' -.s L the guests commenced to arrive and ,i1zeczLc1: : Ce>.

Rif' ',I. METTO Syrup U put
; up .- -. the butler stood at the drawing room

': ;" time Fly"r. Quickstep for mixing with Ice waterin Radium Experiment. door announcing themaccording to

f r" "'LvPalatka..... ..... .... 8 Wpm loam the Summer time and Experiments wade in Vienna the English fashion. A dozen or more The Great 'Through Car Line From Florid .1
make
'lt
F JackMinVllltt........... 7 00pm 7 45am
f4 I' -ArVaIdnsZ....-....... .. ...II 06 pin 11 utlauiArTlftou with hot water In the Winter seem probable that the radium rays had been thus admitted and with those.
..... ...... ..,... who attended ..
!:: 81 aui 1J: 8J pmAr time. will the the ceremony; kept up a 0 .
,4 \\'ti: 1ord,,l of
2' ArMncon.............. .. 84Oani 4 10 pin to family u"e. either asa and other surgical methods In the conversation. Suddenly; there CONNECTIONS: .
c4. "-- C.olQi. was an announcement that fell like a
t ,:Ar Atlanta .. .. ..... '7)Uam) 745pm beverage/ or table drink, treatment of malignant diseases and clap of thunder from clear OVER 'ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah
? kW. N. C. A ftT. I. .1. skin blemishes.New a sky; : 1,
,:: ArChattatnogii..1.. 1 00 pm 1 (00 ant taking the place of tea, "Mr. Eugene Willmerth TO THE EAST ton, Richmond Waahington,
theticj
"sc1; a'or.ri4, ; .'Nanhvllle. .... .. ..... fir> pOl tt4Uaui coffee, etc. Every voice and :
''D.ti: i ., :. ILL C.RT.l1.. foret of Redwood was bushed every Pennsylvania Railroad. ,,
",4Wt. ".:..Ar St. Louis. ......... .7 OH am 734pm, The discovery of a big forest of red- eye; turned to the door. There on the VIA ALL-RAIL. .

'.MCbIcaifo..10U6atn- I..a N. B. K. ) Prices for Syrup : I Pint, woods Is reported from Curry county. threshold. In evening dress stood Will- TO That Louisville and Nashville, via Montomer.Y.THE. f.

7 :ff' ''Ar Loul.vlil.. ........ xnoam; ItSftaui 2oc. 1. Quart 75., i Gal In the southwestern portion of the state mertb. Carelessly regarding for a moment .W E EST -
p. Cincinnati. .,.... . 7 :UOaul i (16 pin the astonished he The Mobile: and Ohio Railroad via !\foncomfl .....:
C. ",11' C.&E.I.R.R.If lon, $1.33. 1 Gallon $2.50. of Oregon. Some of the trees are said f groups sauntered .

E I. ?.- a.'. -L t, .ArCblca.,o ................ 015 am to be twenty feetia diameter.CASTOR. to the bride and groom extending Via Savannah soil Ocean" Hteamnhlp Cump "I' 4' .

: 1,' Solid train from Jackaonvllle to Macon Directions : Two table- his congratulations.I Folia ''elphla and Bniton. -; ,
I', "Train from Palatba connect at Valdoata spoon fula used to glass/ of was standing where I had a clear __ Via Norfolk Steamer for New Yo p J ";1 '
1 EAST ''jJ $( :.
train :
wilts going north from Juckconvlilo. 'water. Costa less than 2cTroDic .TH E
I,;,. .1 view of It all. I saw at I .
; c Cxxoitl Sleepers on Dixie Flyer train for a flans. a glance that Baltimore. shj 1 ; ." '.r.
( .. ;:"
L".1. ,21ii'"/ ; .Msoouremnatologlndeputunthll Pullman Buffet!' Sleeping Cai from 80a. in.Jack. IA there had been a great change in Eugene VIA (STEAMSHIP. Via Savannah and Merchant and MID l.i- .

., i-i: .tonyIltoIOSt.I.OUIIVIiI. bore route wltbout al 1 and that he bad planned a scene for Baltimore and Phil \ '
It : Fj .. .cbantre of oar on Dixie Flyer train, alio HaDtfactuiiiConpaDj, For Infant and Children. which he was carrying out relentlessly.The _ _ .. .
Iilra1J:;\ Pulluian* flneit deeper on same train to ; To Key West .. a t.
", '? '4.t' .4.hlo&a'o..ltboutoh.n..." JiCKSOliVlLLE. FLORIDA.W. The Kind You Have bride and groom after the tlrst Via Peninsular lice of a : ;:
.
... Always Bought
-
,..l-.ik; For aobvilulM Lou other Information ad. shock strove vainly to look pleased -ANDHAVANA.- ebythep i I
tL.;t:. W.dr.s5. ..
: !! .1. H. IIAFIEZKY "'-'
[- ,7t' ''J : -Dl.triotPaas.Agt. JIIII W. II..,. et. Bears theSlgnatur.ot but soon withdrew. Five minutes after Occidei .
;; .01" Jacksontile 1'1. B. FUDOER, they bad gone there was not a guest via Atlan '
', c. a ERODES Sold bv O. W. FISHER! ay. '8
.
) ii'*' 'a' \, O.n. K>..a*..t8C., Maoon, Oa. W. W. ALCOTT. In the house-Indeed not a single person ]VEilea5g9 ots Atlantic Co ."
except the servants and its
owner.
:r' :
"_
t _ _ _ _ __ _ The true story was told only to a few Interchangeable Mileage Tickets 8TsJ ,
T being one. Eugene bad discovered principal railroads in the Southern- Aget.
agents.
that Wilkinson and :Miss Thrall were Through Pullmao Sleeper, Port J
-
lovers and his cousin was planning) to Line also via Atlantic CoastJJlne a' ,
}'a _
break the will by which Eugene Inherited For reservations and Informat 3 Agtgi ,

and marry tile betrothed. Eugene or write! ji-: w ,l

had planned- his own (apparent) death FRANK O. BOYLSTON p7. : ..

and>tnrued up In time to be present at .Commerciaj Age Uv Pus.H. s
138 West
flay et..t

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t1 tl It has been very dull around the Lee Johnson, a negro carpenter, <<>i-oiOH>I z.o.z.o.loO f +O-J f410I6!ff4s! l-o o+o-loQoloO-lOIOI-o'I-o-l-o I I I +04Oi- ',

o) Made to Fit the Purse court house the past few days. There was severely injured last Friday morning -

.. o. have been very few offenders arrested, by a heavy timber falling on his I question of economy on the

o no crowds attending court, no casesto : leg. Dr. MacDiarmid was called, and Economy THE bill! IH one that: 1II'I| <'a Is for a

As Well as the Man. try and no jurors to feed and i Johnson Is now getting along very to every housekeeper, aswell +
8 "liquidate." as to butchers, grocers,
Even the
has been marriage mart well. in the cafes) druggists, restaurants, and, In
dull.
O) We Hare Men's and Boys' All Wool Suits Stove and fireplace Wood-Orders fact, to everyone who consumes Ice
$5.00 in his home or buslnoHS. Nnmeroususe
left & the
at Ryland Sparkman's or
C. and $6.50.Men's house Mrs.known R. P. Moore has rented the White Front Grocery will receive of testa and careful experimenting/ have
aa the Hamilton
OJ House
attention. Baldwin. resulted in the discovery of the SAVIN "
furnished it prompt Emery
Better Grade, 8.00 and $9.00. (0Men's completely and is now ICE PAW, which, when pJi\ceL1ln your
0 prepared to take tourists or students ice box the Ice chamber of refrigerator .
( The DeLand Quotation Book, issued or your ...
Good
fare
Best Grade in comfortable, neat bed- the .J
reduce
Newest Patterns will consumption -
last the Ladies
by
rooms. Rates $2 Improvement
year
: per day, $7 per week. of ice 15 to 33/* per cent. The "
$10.00, $12.00 and $13.50. Special rates for season or --schoo Society, la now on sale again at the PAD Is an Ingenious little dlvice, the -;td

year drug stores and Brlll'lI.I simplicity of which is one of its great- "1
Quite I C E est recommendations. All you do Is 1
a number of boxes of I
Co Come Let Us Fit You. have oranges Flinch Cards at Brill's. New gift to place it on the bottom of your ice .
tow
none through/ the past few edition. chamber with the Ice resting upon It i

days, reminding one In a small degreeof Marsh Bros deal in the Best Flori- and IT WiLl. IH THE: ItKST.Bigelow's : .
ye olden times. The bulk of the
da Meats. Polite attention. Quick
L(0 O shipments were from E. T. Gross's delivery. I

grove In the Daugharty hammock. Candidate James Alexander -oes Hardware Store..t

Fine Evergreens for hedge or lawn. to Gainesville on the 18th, where he
See E. H. Hayward now. 3t will t
join State Superintendent of +1 OoI-o-I'OiOH'OOI-o-KHOH I i >z.o.z.o.l-o t +1 OoI-O 1 +()oO Ctt9 .HoQo.Ool0)0tO! 01 I.o+o-k ,
Schools W. N. Sbeats and n&ke a can-
"
-
G. B. Clachar, aged 9 years, a distant -
o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooLocal Col. D. B. Paxton has purchased the relative of Mrs. F. C. Codrlngton vass of Alachua county. Mr. Sbeats i'N&4'hf'att'ikl4'lSi'ift4'l, !: !:!! UzVs't 14.'iU! :'lkl4Sris43k1,! 9F'JIt1! ';'2:! ,414''J'silirVi9a414tlFt4Uitfti! !I ,! ! :!!-:

mid( g Laura Bennett house, form* rly occupied and family, died Monday night. Funeral has arranged to meet the people of :t t

r'L ,' Personal g by S. \V.Johnston and family, for services were held Tuesday Alachua at ten different points, and ..If Oak Brand Lemon Kling) Peaches ||.I|.jcc
Uriels!l Mr. Alexander will speak at all the .
2,000. THE NEWS is
learn
:: pleased to afternoon, being conducted by Mr.
'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMr. that Mr. and Mrs. Paxton Intend to Dwight,: Cameron. The body was In- different points where Mr. Sbeats .1 "AIl'icots I :'

R. H. Bredow Glenwood, I Fla.! make their home in DeLand. Twoclt- terred In Oakdale Cemetery. appears. Green Gage Plums I

f. wilf become mail clerk in the post- liens like Mr. Paxton are worth mon aoclCrall:; : : ;; CCICXC: ::: = ./
office today, Herbert Moore having to a town than any millionaire who the Chickens and turkeys wanted at tl If"1 "I ;Mercies; s ".
University. Apply to S. 1.Brown
,been obliged to remain in the comes here to grind money out of the A BIO "
store Steward. U SENSATION. It! Oro Brand Cherries '
on account of the Illness of his mother. revenues of a town. aa \ \

Mr. Bredow conies recommended by Mr. and Mrs.-A. M.--Heath returnee The City Council might profitably 1n r< "Pears -. I;# -'

me postmaster at DeLand as:: compe- to Chicago this week. They will bt Bake the experiment of putting oil 3
tent[ and efficient.-Daytona Journal. I down with their children after tht >n a small! portion of our shell streets Geo. A. Dreka & Co. will' star ': H Peaches ii ,

in other sections, it has proven a tle the readers:: of The News:: in :.t sf4 ..)..
holidays to spend the remainder \
Miss 01
[ Katharine Ely of Oberlin, 0., i treat saver of wear and tear, besides next week's issue. Somethingnever ; 'Inllrfurua," '
accompanied by her mother, arrivedin the season in DeLand. The Heathsown .laying! all dust. If oil, sprinkled on done in DeLand before, f t Alexander's Fine Honey JSS\ ,pullllhlrlrunkJ.' $
,
several tine properties in am. ?,:t : II."slunl!
DeLand Thursday and will spend .nice or twice a year, will obviate the and'you will be Interested.Put : .
flJ
near DeLand, which they maintain ii f't. /!,
the'WInter here. They are at presentat | apple-pie order. They have their winter necessity of sprinkling the streets on your Guessing Caps. All these good things can be found at the store of $.;; I .
Mrs. Moore's on Minnesota avenue. and keep the fine shell from disappearing ,
homes here. They come here fur )rRYLA1MD
The students of I in the air, it would prove a CCt: :f It:f ru: : :=tucunt::;; : G :
Stetson University the mild climate and for recreation.

,tare publishing the Stetson Weekly They are among our most popular bonanza to DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hays entertaineda }iL I : SPARKIVIAIM: t

Collegiate in tbe interests of the student winter residents and all hail the time School Stationery at Brill's. number of friends at The Oaks Mon- -.-, <. .-,-, .-, ., .. . . . .. -, .. '
., '"';h.II., ";;'il'..;II. ;; ;! .... ;. .ttl. .-, ;...';...'il WM&ffif&&K9MM ;. .. ;11.. ..';.;. ;... ;. .II. .1''''' ; t..
body of that university. Such a when they come down for the season. day evening for Mr. and Mrs. Heath, ---.-- .- n
publication bliould prove helpful to THE- News: wishes that DeLand hall Mrs. R. J. Daniels who the
spent the ''
who to to
were return Chicago! Armor]I Meeting Baptist Cliurcli. Kerfnl Men Icon.
the school in making! known its supe fifty families like them. summer with relatives Atlanta, has ,
following day. The evening was pleasantly The Methodist church, South, is f
rior advantages and a benefit to the -- returned to her home in DeLand. At the annual business meeting of
in after '
While holding court in DeLanu !spent card-playing, looking/ forward the coming'of! Rev
students in keeping alive a keen interest the Baptist church a most gratifying
in their work.West Palm Judge Minor S. Jones was the guestof Mrs. R. C. Hall, since the death of which refreshments' were served. report was made by the treasurer, W. A. Myers of Daytona to begin a
Colonel James E. Alexander at her husband last series of meetings next Monday night/
Beach Sun. year, is carrying on Miss Barker, accompanied by her Mr. Corn. The fact may be remembered (
Falrview.Mr. the farm couth of town. Mrs.! Hall, brother, came up from Orlando on that the church building was The public has a cor Invitation to ...

Mr. L, W. Whltcouibe and family D. F. Cameron went to Orlando though 62 years of age, keeps her Saturday to have her eyes operatedon begun "before the freeze" and too far attend. The pastors' of sister denominations

have moved Into the Dreka cottageon Tuesday for a short business trip.St. horse, hoes, plows, attends to the gar '' by Dr. Allen. After a successful advanced to be altered to fit the financial together, with! thelrcongio| > ,

South Boulevard.Mrs. den, picks the fruit and truck, bringsit i operation she left the same evening shrinkage which at that time, gallons, are invited to co-operate. '

John's Presbytery met at Wildwood to market, and does everything' for bei home.Thanksciving. There will be pn'achlng'vcry night
F O. F. Fish has been In Sanford : overtook not only its members, but
on Thursday evening of this connected with the farm. Mrs. Hall I next week, and If a day service Is desired 1.1.I
the past two weeks nursing her little I and Christmas Turkeys the whole state, so that the church
week. Rev. J. S. Axtell of the Prtt- It will be arranged for and announced -
has saved of
up quite a sum .
granddaughter, :Myrtle Willison, who money at Jacksonville prices. Leave was left with a heavy load of debt

has, been very. 1 with typhoid ma- byterian church attended the meet during their long residence in Florida. orders with George Hutchinson.Do and interest. This debt has! been later. .
\ In"", This she keeps ia the bank and man- j. f5
]laria. .$ lowly decreasing :Turing the years, I
:: Sonvllle Mrs. R. L. Stringfellow of Gainesville ages to make a very comfortable livIng not forget the social at Mrs. \V.A. but is still of sufficient magnitude to UtlZt'lIl'lIh'n Sets tll<> I'JI't'
pit While In S.v." last week, afternoon for II \
.
and Mrs. Milton and on her farm. There are few women Allen's next Tuesday of the
Mr. A. H. Kyland was taken very ill. Bryan son of the Public School Improvement make Its weight severely felt. But I I A very I Interesting meeting I
He went to a hospital, where an operation of Oklahoma are the guests of Mrs. her age who could do as much aa the benefit In spite of this:: and the fact that the I, Public School Improvement Society .

was performed. At last accounts Alexander at Falrview, Colonel Alex Mrs. Hall. does. Society. church Is:: not managed on "oj-ster! and I: was held Tuesday afternoon. The 'fl r

he was getting along! very well ander's Winnemlssett:: home. Call on Marsh Bros. for the Best Born-On Monday\ ,to Mr. and Mrs. Ice cream basis", the year was closed ,, certificates of membership now in

k and expects to be home in a few days. Rev. W. J. Carpenter of Gainesvillegave Florida Meats. Charles Klicker, a son. with all obligations fully met and the bands of a committee, HO get your
of the church 2 cents for will be called
money In the treasury > ready, you
an interesting lecture at the _
:' Mr. J. F. Audis:: is looking for his --- ---- -- -- --- --- the Sunday school and young people's upon at an early date. Mr. J. T.
t church last rather .
Baptist night, to a .
father and mother down from Tor- O.O.O' .O.O.O.O.XQ society and tbe missionary societies, Cairns made the ladies quite happyby

r' '' rlngton, Conn., next week, to spend small audience, under the auspices of : besides l which the missionary and a donation of six. hundred feet of
the local W. C. T. U. HG
the winter in DeLand. as other benevolent objects:: have been moulding for the moini of the school JJ,
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Miss Ruth Morris:: opened her am- \ 'S THAT IS CALLED I a" well supported as !in former years. building-/ The society greatly tfppre-
Mrs. Mary R. Cleaveland has are i \
,' log school for children in the Putnam 0"005 "A BIRD." The members feel that a large share elates this act of generosity and hones:: JCluMliniiy
rived from Haverhlll, Mass, and
of affairs is dueto it will Inspire others.
last Saturday afternoon. The class of credit for this state _
will the winter her .
spend and tenderness
among many In sweetness our ----- r ----
meets twice a week. Miss Morris has the wisp management the pastor
De[.and
1,, n friers. decided to start the adult class, giving / 3: ?ORK: ndthe'presentand! former treasurers Sells Out.

The first entertainment in the Stetson twelve lessons:: on Tuesday and Mr. Coen and Mr. Hon. A. B. Oliver has purchased C. Christiancy's 'J

University, Athletic Association Thursday evenings. There will be asocial closely resembles young chicken. At the yearly social reunion there half Interest In the White

,Lyceum course' will take place Thursday dance after the lesson every But, it has:: that fine, nutty was a large attendance of chinch and Front Grocery, ami" ( will continue the ::

+, f. evening, December 3, when the Thursday night. t flavor no noticeable in the flesh congregation. who enjoyed together! a business:: with Mr. Veargin as his part 1

.... Chicago Lady Entertainers will apP ( of corn-fed pigs.:! It Is good most pleasant evening. Prof. Smith ner. Mr. Oliver Is a thorough business ,

.. pear. ** Next Friday afternoon at 3 o'clocka \\\\A'j Kt roasted:: or broiled and brings welcomed new members lln a most cordial man, and an ol'd' hand In the grocery

; social will be given at the residenceof 1 forth expressions of pleasure and delightful manner; the choir, line. THE NKWS: welcomes him

F '. Mr..and Mrs. E. O. Woodward ar- Mrs. W. A. Allen, under the auspices 4 .w4 fl / from those who partake of it. Prof. Rodgers/ Prof. Daghlstan, tffe as a businessman; of DeLand. \.1
rived on Friday from Marlboro, N. H. .
,
: of the Public School Improvement Misses:: Emma and Eva': Baker and Missloffatt --- "

i.J'w .and are comfortably located in their Society. All who are interested in THE MARKET contributed tbe musical and Mrs. Dr. Fisher, who spent the sum- v

J ," cottage on East"Rich avenue. Miss this movement, both ladles and N. (.'. and the .; :
:: gen- ONTHE dramatic entertainment; the pastor mer in Highlands, past l
t k 1( .8 Grace Taft of wanzey, N. H., came tlemen, are cordially invited, and a E. McBride, impounded a few telling question-, few weeks with cousin" In Brooklyn, '

.' down wtth-them and will occupy rooms pleasant afternoon Is promised. Manager. QORNER but failed to tell the answers:: and the N. Y., has returned hOIll!!.
f, ';in theircottage. falls '
did the which usually
After work Tuesday night, the oOoO'. sisters part

f Col. EJ! E. Hopes: was in town the members of St. Johns:: Lodge, F. & A. +o .O o-eeO .O..o.O to them in a way to satisfy the most
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I* I ______ __ __ _._ __ fastidious taste Fine Line of Commercial -
first of the week; which was a IIu're M., enjoyed a spread at the St. Elmo 1'n ':

A :Indication that court wag in session; St. Episcopal Sunday Will the horrible murderers of the -*. .-
a Watts left this
Miss Carrie morning -
November 15. Children's service, negro family ef five men near Mari-
t':; MA and)Miss Murray, from Ver.mont for her home at DeLand, after: a ; and little daughter at
10 a. m.; Sunday school, 10:15: : Choral anna be allowed to go unwhlpped of Mrs. C. I E.: Woods Stationery
arrived in DeLand the Wist of visit of several to Rev.
pleasant days service, with sermon 11 a. m.; even- justice, as did the crowd who recently Mamie, from Ulchuiond, Ky., are
the week. They will spend the winter and Mrs. C. A. Fulwood.-St. Augustine Law-
Ing service, with address, 8 p. m. lynched an innocent man near here to enjoy the advantages of Stetson I
j.F in DeLand. :They: were met .ont Record. tey? Such acts demand extra vigilance :! and our genial climate. They are The News oilice.
he ocean steamship, on their way Trespass notices-printed on cloth- I to find the perpetrators, but J
Mrs S. R. Sawyer of Indianapolis, there is little If at all. stopping at the Winter Home.
t' ""J Mr. and Mrs. E. 'O. Wood- for sale at this oHlce I :: very any ,
Ind., Is down for the .winter and has! '.J.
ftSTORE
1 -' ,". Iduced them tOcome, to taken a place on Lake Winnetnlasett, Services as usual on Sunday at the

'" e, season. She thinks Baptist church at 11 a. m. and 7:30: oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0000000000000.00000000 }
where she has Investments. .'
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'" ; -, is p. m. The pastor will preach morning o 0 1
c.inv" from, Jackson- Florida the coming state. She atruest O O '

t dC.. to tpej.. ew days with. of the Winter Home for a few I and evening. In the morning the 0 NEWSx 0 '
M Ada.; weeks pastor will preach on "Sowing: and ++

r ... Reaping;" in the evening on "The o 0
\:"" and "#' Sri services at o
family have Th be regular Company we Keep." Sunday school at o 0G. ,

> ssess" of the 'Vaverly.lio- the Fli,. .I:' jjJE. church next Sunday.The 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:45:

"They will run for the sea- pat. '-.
i :eke. and family are 7:30: pad: '$ unday school at 10 a. m.; these services.<<; 0 ', '

ti.i v in J. .L. NuckoU' Epworth"League at 0:45 p. m. All are 0o 20 Germantown Shetland Floss and
cordially invited. Brill has just received a bran new I g ( THINGS we wish to 2500 yds flue Dress:: Ginghams, Saxony Yarns Ladles' Eiderdown go .
1' 4 tr =, lot of choice Candles: o SOME upon the readers and 22c, now 15c. (05\ and $1.110.( 0
mr.........: .Ss-= r> I Sacks:: ?
---- --- The News-we are gratified Glngham9.23c::! now b/a I
'dl ck
t "What must I do to be Saved?" will o 120c.( :: Zephyr Boys! School 3uin, blue and 1 1. ; .
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that the people are $1.50: good (quality do, >Kj/1 0 .
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of discourse in the Presbyterian -
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be the theme
. 1 church next Sunday morn- o reading our ads, and we want to 1000 ydi bestPercales quality yard-wide tra quality do, *:J.S'J' to"$.ft 4/ 00o y

f' o make It plain J I that every statement lOc) Genuine U. S, Army Kit y' 0g
and all friends and ;.. 00
Inquirers
ing. .
sacred to the $1.23.Crossett. .
'A we make is a pledge:(
" ,, strangers are Invited to this service 200 spools Baby Ribbon, 10 yds each, -PIJ 0o
o public and nothing will be said or & Snow's Shoe ,14"f' 00o
5c.
. ; and also to the Sunday school at 10 Implied to mislead This business only and boys. Carlisle 1St 1 }

I :A M PUFFS a. mTSwj a to the prayer service on has been built upon honorable busWhite Shirt Waists, plaited fronts, Shoes for women and Yog '
... Wednesda evening at 7:30.: large pearl buttons, 50c. ., o
U o
fosse principles, and nothing

o t\ o The Dally Times-Union and THE 0 g\ encouraged or permitted which is Big variety Fancy Shirt Waists BOc Complete stock of ar 00
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M }''day.at.L NEWS one ;year for $0.The o o not absolute justice to the buyer; Extra White, plaited I I back and ned and Goods Mill I Fee and;F-- Ii cf to omace 0

In ''og members and friends of the M. o o we no claims- perfection, front, Bishop sleeves, U 23, 1.08.. one place, ar:; 00 r,

E.7church, South, are to be favored o and you only have to report any All Wool, $1.25, $1.50. call. Re me'anything 0 0 0 a

Y ( whh a visit next Sunday by Rev. J. o o error to have it cheerfully cor platted back and w' t,", 00 '
f-ce "'c ; 6; Black Mercerized, I/ :
f_ / a r\ 6<\'- I P. Hilburn of Ocala, who will preachat o rected. Our motto is, Honesty front, strap trimmings, 75c, 9150. / .<<; 00 a y N

the morning hour Mr. Hilburn ia o'tTrotn Prlnolple, not Policy. 8
o le .... Ladles' Walking Skirts, full bell- Jain 00
a member of the .Florida Conference, o 1000 yd.. Soft Ginghams, 13 and 18c. extra wide made for De- 00
like soar
ke) (1 and comet as the representative of o o now 12ic. Land, $1.CO to 1000. Vo r G j H HQ

.f the interesti of Use Florida Seminary o o xx'x
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t oag.t p11 kinds o located Sutherland. and operated o n a

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Names of People Who Patronize 52 of r., 'J'1>
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SpeclaCorrc.pondonoe.. o Items from the Guzuttq-News. The News. successful business..., '

i Emporia, November 11.-J. P. Orange City f fo Miss Florence Maley has been re Following la complete list of those I irl' :

Felt and family arrived from the o commissioned by the Governor as 'a whose advertisements will be found. In ,

r '' North last week. Mrs. Felt's health 00000000000000000000000000Orange notary public for the state at large. THE NEWS As we endeavor to keep 4

City Nov. llth-Mr\ ?'. Roy McClellan, son of H. T. McClel out of our columns all Irresponsible : f.:(:;

{ ? has improved a good deal. Strong and Miss\ Caroline Warner of lan, one of the managers of the Day- persons, we have no hesitancy In recommending -'I' r4t

Dr. W. H. DeLong and family tona Novelty Works, met with a very those whose names are ,
'i 1 ', Torrington.Conn, arrived Thursday serious found In the following list : :
have returned from the North. mishap Wednesday afternoon. ; .

Our public school opened again night. Mrs. Strong stops with MissM. He was changing the /guide on the
.
1 Dickinson and Miss Warner is band saw at the mill when his left W. W. A It'ol t
r V
Monday with Miss Nellie Mann for in need of Paint. .
Hl knit( & t'11IIrknlllR E ...
at the in struck
boarding with Mrs. True hand some way the lightningsaw White trout Grocery ? .
teacher. T. F. Drudy returned almoufseverlrnr the thumb
from
DRY OOOI,SHOES, "'VItNISUINGt.O. .

Saturday from a business hip to Bolo.Mrs.. D. E. Wilson and little son the hand. lie was immediately takento A. r>rl'ka & Co.

Lake Ashby. a doctor's oftice:: and tbe Injured F, P. Mihlroy $ .'
e ,
of New Smyrna were in town a
member dressed. Tbe doctor is not UAKtltl AND CONFECTIONERY.
J. P. Felt has commenced ,
1 picking -
short time Friday evening on her' sure that he can save the thumb, so W. B. Fudg-er I
his He will have about
oranges. BLACKSMITHS AND WAQON-M A KKKS.
II way home from DeLand.Dr. we are Informed. .

2,000 boxes. P. W. Hill went to Jackson- Captain J, B. Parkinson arrived Scott Berry Hotlirklns&; Kent I .. ,,

, J. P. Felt and Mr. Beers are having home Tuesday from Texas where he I TY' Covers a multitude *
a'isit to .
} ville Thursday to pay DRUGGISTS ANI SI VriONKItS.V.

t : the road strawed. his daughter Mrs.\ Croaer. He returned has been for the past couple of: \ A. Allen< Co. I %r @fl of sins
.
months. He If
speaks very highly o: U. \V. FisherHARD1'ARM I
Miss Nellie Mann is boarding at t
Monday\ morning.D. that state. and thinks It U one of the mC\CI.k! ", HJKNIIIKE.Blirulow v

l Mrs. Birch's. P. Graves and Fred Finney greatest states In the Union for bust lliinlwaru Wore:, r The Heath. Million" Palm cover bulMIng '
William Kaighn of Eldridge was The from Galveston Watts; Miller (Also I'mlerUklugMAHKKTS ) and h*.p. them from decay.MILLIGVN I
'and wife returned home Friday ness. Captain came (e..bll.h.d .8a'. ';
*' on our streets Tuesday. : to Miami by boat, stopping 011'at at EAT
evening, after spending the sumlDor -
one's is Key West, He is loud In his praises Ube Marsh Mt Bros. Comer IfEAnl& MFG G &
t Every garden needingrain in Eau Claire, ""is. Mr. Graves of the Key West soldier boys, who STAlIOJitltNOTIONS.rkct on the ar/cA .

very much. ia. not at all well. showed him ev'ery attention and courtesy -
K. U. Drill
",,'. John Hall of Eldridge is sending The hotel is getting along fine during his. stay in their city. J. A hilckHoii ,p': .

." his children to the Emporia school. now. It will be opened about the Many) of them called on him at the ATTOItNIY'f-AT-LA! ,

E! GUESS WHO. I hotel and Captain Roberts! drove him J. E. Aluxnmltr
first of December. It is going to Hoi I Fish
!f Jl ____ The Racket Store
--- around the city, showing him the J. W. 1'crklns -
,I be very pretty.F. ,
\ PORT O/fl/NOE./ sights. J'lHSICIANS AND SUKGtON'' !

, Special Correspondence. C. Graham is courting in De- Mrs Earnest Fitch of St. Ignace/ E. T. Allen

! Mich Is the of her brother \'hlu /. liniretkeGeoi J. A. ER.ICKSOIM Proprietor.
Port Orange, September 12.-M. Land this week. guest ( 'r, A. l>n\'is ,
I. Mrs. and Carrie George/ Wray. Mr. Wray has not John MuiDJiirmldA. 1 1 DRY GOO1 SHOES HATS NOTIONS NOVELTIES JEWELRY -
A. Briggs arrived home from Penn- Taylor daughter, S.: Munaon .
seen his sister for twenty-two years MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSIC\ ETC. ,
of Clinton, N. Y., arrived Sunday nt.Misrs.W .
sylvania accompanied byMyron\ ,
\ and the visit Is tbe occasion of much S.

Jr. They had been spending the evening. They will be guests of the joy to both of them. Mrs. Fitch will INSURANCE Taylor ItKAl.': KSTATE! Agent for the SINGER, the best. Machine in the world. All kinds of

summer with his father. Bolo. Miss Carrie spent last win- remain in Daytona for a couple of E. H. ifsywnrdA. 1 Sewing Machines tepaiud and inns iurnikLed. <

ter there. weeks and then go: to Orlando for a H. HiiuliiiiHonSilas Best and HARNESS in tie Harness
Mr.\ Cass! has the addition to his I H. \\ rlnhtAltSTKAtTS cheapest tily. n'aiud] prcrbptlytar

house enclosed. Mr. Sperry and Judge Bailey visit wltb other relatives. A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION. -

in DeLand business Commencing the 15th of the present .
Saturday on \ Abstract -
spent 'oh11County Company -- -- --- -
Mrs. Gresham is visiting friends month the various tonsorial artists of

1 in New Yoik. The professor and Daytona will not open their shops 04 LUMBtU1VItSINO.ET Cllouj yy -

his two daughters are keeping house Misses Amy and Hattie Fuller and Sundays, but will' \ remain open until John T.l.umbir tali'us I'ompum(Also Building Contiaetor) LAW DEPARTMENT

Prof. to .Orange 12 o'clock Saturday evenings. This is ,,
during her absence.Mr. Sharp came over HOTELS, ItOAKIIlNG HOUSfc.9.Burnett -f-OF-r

to visit at S. U.Fuller'fI. a mutual agreement among them House
City Friday evening!
.
= and Mrs. Joseph R. White '
selves to enable them to have 1 U1IHI House JOHN UNIVERSITY
They returned to DeLand so as \Mntcl liouieWELL B. STESTON ..
and their son, Philip, and his wife Sundays to themselves, the same as UK1L11NUM : ,

and little daughter, arrived last Saturday evening. other people. C. havenMEull'At. DE LAND. FLORIDA.
Curtis Crenshaw in Thursday .. ---
came -
week and are at borne in their pretty : : -
AmUtTISKMKNTSUrvne's
He is fruit The Gaictte-Ncws the JOHN F. FORBES, I'll. n.LUtUT: J. rAKKAII, 1.),. B.,
evening. buying publishes annual .
Tasteless Chill
cottage in the southern part of lonlu 1'reKldent. Deuu.
& Co. of Boston. statement of the Equitable Hood PitpurittluiiHl
for Davis
the village. Mr.\ White is proprietor Chapin fierce Golden Midlittl Discovery
Building and. Loan Association, a local (.'.nstoiluTropkHl'
of one of the large hotels of We old were all glad to see He him left back Tues-in organization, financed by local capi- In. .. Jl:Hi's'MumlfaeturingCompany NtiUne I; Winter Term Commences Wednesday Sept. 30, 1903
his home
Ocean Grove N. J. again. Wine or CnnlulMnnhattaiThetapeutic
tal and lending money only on Daytona -

Mrs. Rush and her daughter, Beu- day evening for points farther property. The statement shows 'lilnu AaaoilutlonHei TWO \EAKh' l'Ol'JISE-Tbe Law Department ,of John n. Stetson

South.G. that the company has loans out- H. E. HiiLkliit \ Co. University gives a Two Years' Course, leadintr to the Degree -
lab, are visiting in their old home in : !1II10TUI'N"' ARMS: K'TC.UiiuliL'Ster / of LL.. B. -
Levy county.Mr. C. Flojd, general freight agent standing amounting/ $112,893, an Increase / AIIIIH Conipnnj: ItEUKEE. ADMITS '1O HIE BAR--The Diploma of the Law Department

for F. E. C. Railway, was here Tuesday -I of $31,24 for the year. The J. Jirv chs AIIIIH\: Tool CompanyItAILWAV of John U Stetson ITnher \ admits. to the Bar.
and Mrs. Needbam and her company has aided in the building of : AM STKAMMHIP Lli" EB.Clyde FLORIDA 1'LKAIU.W AMI 1MIAC1 H'E-A Special Court in Florida
evening. He thinks our mineral Pleading and Practice under a promiuent member the.
father, Mr. Cochran of Sullivan many homes by Daytona people. steamship Line
water here is fine. I iU;oiKlu Southern and I Plot Ida Hallway' Florida Bar will extend throughout ihi- school year.
' county, N. Y., arrived last week and 1'.otilM\'lllo and! l' ..-h\ilk' 111\\8) THE LI1IKAK1-The Law Library ot John B Stetson University lathe
Indiana Volunteers] and was mustered (lot'Ida East': Count" Railway
\ M. Morse lift
Mr. and Mrs. S.
settled in in AIrsBrohm's Atlantic totittt 1-lno Hallway) best in Florida with possibly ono exception.
are apartments
Into service in June, 1862( with him.
Wednesday for Daytona. They go SCHOOLS AM LI.HJrS.: For Information reimrJiiiir the Ijiw Di pnrt meat, address, ,.4 '"
house, corner Herbert ave- self ranking ad! second lieutenant. <
'r' John n Stetson CnhrraltyPAINT ALBERT J. FARRAH. LL. B. Dena LAW Om.i DiLaNO. FLA. r-
nue and the river. as delegates to the Congregational The company was mustered out In the For information rryanllnir! other depart mente. .iKlilrma' (.
M.\NL'F: ,\<'Tt'ItHtS.Jlcath : R..v. C. S. FARRISS. DAN. DlLANO. FLA.
The Hicks Bros have a sister and Convention which convenes at that following/ August.! : He then re-enllated & Mlllltran MnnufiiLtuilnw Co.W7 AA

place this week. in the Forty-third Indiana Volunteersas
her husband visitirg them from
-- -- -
of a private, In which regiment he
Mr. and Mrs.\ James Walden
,r' New Ytork. served but a short time, when he was sleep well enough at night
Willimantic Conn. arrived Thins
..' F. Y. Stuart who spent last win- transferred to the Second Ohio Bat: And the blamcdest appetite

day evening, the 12tii. They will. He later transferred to the
has was
ter mostly in Seabreeze, returned I tery. Ever mortal "
man possessed.
board with :Mrs.: John White for the staff of the Thirteenth Artillery
his sister
and- is visiting RileVs farmer is the very picture of *,\
winter. Corps.
'':''\ Mrs.! H. H. Knappe. man advanced in years, yet in the enjoyment -
Mrs. Nellie WON HIS COLONEL'S BAR!.. of health A
Ar of Mrs. Belle Dunlay and perfect goad appetite -
Mr. Gresham has rented
,. one Palmer of NasLua, N. H, Clime He participated in the battles of good digestion and sound sleep, lire \
the chief factors ina
the Dondinvllle and Baker houses
Garrick ford, Vlcksburg, Champion
Thursday evening. They will occupy i old age.
and they have moved from Mr. Urs. Bc-ngitonu cottage she Hills, Sabine, Cross Roads and Cheat Life vigorous is sustained .

Fair's house into it. bus just completed on Graves ave Mountain At tbe latter battle, In by food, when it is IA --.

attempting to nave the life of one of properly digested!
ana assimilated f s' Ohrl
the officers in command, he fell badly '
loat on Him. Death of Colonel F. :M.: Kust. 1 rWhen digestion : 1
?
"You call( zat building a 'fire trap?' wounded, but for his /gallant and / lRj&; \ \ fails there is a loss i .

i' asked the perplexed foreigner. "How With the falling of the leaves departs heroic effort he was promoted to colo I V BEK BV of nutrition which ((1

r t can a house-be. n trap for ze fire?" from the city of Wllkes-Barre nel. Thus from a private by his meritorious / 'mF"VM i ] soon shows itself
I and hon / Krag M>%l ( in physical weak.i .-
1 "It catches Ore so easily. 'See? said one of its most distinguished conduct be climbed the ladder
the native. ored citizens Colonel F. M. Bust, who, f yfSt SsSf I) ness:, nervousness,
and when discharged wore the _
epaulettes <' TsSS?** V sleeplessness, etc
R But he couldu't see-sueb Is the un- ripe In yearn, brilliant In record, of a .omnim
readiness of the untrained foreign Intellect passed away at 11:20: o'clock last night When the war became a matter of Golden Medical

; 4 In grasping the Idioms of our Harold Uust, Discovery cures
; at the home of his son, .
11 rich and expressive language.-Chicago history he journeyed to Washingtoi' dirties of the
Tribune\ 515; South Franklin street.In wbere he spent a short time, /going .1 stoi.b and other

-. the death of Colonel Rust one of of digestion ,
'+ ---' where be organs
-- later to Philadelphia, relnained ,
be "shining lights of the few remainIng and<1 nutrition. It
20 engaged In mercantile -
years
: heroes of the Civil War is extinguished / strengthens the
:; buMinegs.. After successful. business
, MORPHINE i : a body m the only
and while the entire will
city
-.. career he came to this city, s way possible-by .
.. <, his loss and tribute at his I
mourn
-f.;, pay : enabling the assimilation
where he spent the greater; part of
i' -- bier there Is sweet consolation of the
11S"aFV'j_ yet a TRI-WEEXLY SAILINGS
I
his advanced life. During the winters .
la the thought; that his race has been .M nutrition extracted:
be repaired) to Florida, where he was from food.
liA: 4 Guaranteed Home Cure well run and he enters Into the joys Iy BETWEEN
:: engaged, in phosphate adventures. and V'I used ten bottle
..., ." of another world. S 5elt \f of Dr. Pierce Golden
jBVJBf IT laC growing.APPARENTLY"WELL. AND ]
for All Drug Habits.Kfei BORN IN KENTUCKY YESTERDAY.The .ffKv4.< .->*,'*fi and. several vials of
On January 15, 1841, In Boone county aD his Pleasant Pelletsa '
.
Calling Charleston 9.C.. both .
this way
last winter he spent In California year ago spring
w. -:'" I Kentucky was born to Quartusand and have had no trouble with iucjinestion ..nc.- THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
,going; / hither for a two-fold object, writes Mr W T Thompson S* TownsendBroedwater ,
Sarah Rust of
.'l two Kentucky's ; Co Montana. \\" s fail to tell
:j- ."' pluneer settlers, a son who was des- lint of a business nature and second how thankful i.m for the relief, as I had suffered THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN
V so much and It seemed. that the doctors
I for recuperation and rest. In l +
__ Morphine, Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine tined for greater achlevments than January could do me no ROOd. I got flown. in weight. to Direct !Sprvloe H.'tweim t
life last he began to complain and although -I ass pound.. and wes not able to work al allNow JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE .NO.tt. EASTERN P
and all other In the mountain of
&R "- drug habits, can regions; that; I weigh nearly too and can do.day's workon
he suffered from heart disease Calling Charleston both Ways. -
the
'be farm I have recommended your tnedl'
; His life
permanently' cured state.- early wan spent
; painlessly doe to several, and shall always have SEMI-WEEKLY
the affliction! \ not considered a good SAILINGS. )t I: I'

.r..., ,,- v.. *.J home and. we cure them without under the roof of hIs parents, who en- rious. He appeared was about the home se- word The to say Common for Dr Pierce Sense and his medicines. southbound .. . .. .. .. . .. .. From Lewii I

,i Lv. PaTaCktUBl0detention J..:o........."-]f'1'!. wtenleinrcj;from business+..ev'er Acr" or- deavored for the duties to rear of their life.son Their and At effort him and streets yesterday in his usual 1008 pages of, in paper cover Medical, Is sent Adviser freeon Northbound., . . . . From foot of Catherine Strej ",

V" "' At'>" good spirit and the suddenl1e'88.fdeatb receipt 21 one-cent stamps to pay .;' ,
V 0'-0' l't". ..-:- e. Creates )rood appe- were truly accomplished and coupled expense of mailing only. Address Dr. CL YDE ST. JOHNS RIVER L/i
ti,!. 'l ..s js sound, restful sleep. with the energy of the son his early came as a thunderbolt to the R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. Between
Jacksonville
who had and Sa.
? \fa of patient in natural, education was obtained at the home. family, just completed preparations -- 1r
va 1..e. ,' ':' for the winter's trip to LOCAL TIME TAULE. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (Dj
\,- .Jltlon and without fur.I When a mere boy of eighteen yearsa
dlate
landings on St. Johns
Florida. River. n
I y p e.1 tior' drugs of any kind. We responsible position was entrustedto Trains on the Atlantic Coast Line .

\.e! nervous aystem and.re- his care, and for the next three Colonel Rust was a member of all are scheduled to leave from and ar- STEAMER "CITY OF JACKS( .'
r oa the: Masonic bodies and was identified rive at the DeLand station follows
'auses of disease. Each succeeding years healed tbe positionof : I Is
> appointed to sail
tw 1S with Lodge No. 61, F. and A. M. He LEAVE as follows : Leaye ..Jacksonville'ThundaYlI
caet:d to us receives Indlm private secretary to Senator Crlt 3:30 t
'jsyl For the north ...... : p. m. Returning/ leave
was also a member of Wilkes-Barre No. 40 ........1220: p.m
,"a\asn from an experienced: tenton, of Kentucky with much dig For the south, No.JO............. 4.60 goat Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:3lOUTHBOUND" : arnshi
of Elks No. 109.
Lodge .
4e
t. nity and honor. ARRIVE -

r He is survived by his wife and one From the south, No.40 ............ 1:20: p.m
"'1'r.lII. AL\ TREATMENT FOUGHT FOR THE NORTH. eon, Harold Rust, of the firm of Shepherd From the north No.J5... ...... ... 6.00: p.m Read Down SCHEDULE to tt

; Wlt ;.., 4 nyone addicted to While Kentucky blood flowed & Rust. Rev. J. N. Mills of Evan Train No- NIGHT TRAINS. miles of .. 1; i.

i ,)4o\'. 'J drug; habits on reohts through; his body, yet be possessed v11le, Ill., and James l M. Mills of Lnnd Junction 21. from ut 1:16:the a.north m., and rlvinsr l No.1\!:!at from De- Leave 8 an p. m. ......................I..OD"I1I. sale by the am
l'ull that love for freedom and equality the south, arriving at DeLand Junction at 8 4H p. m. ................. .......Palatka..... p
;.lIOovUI,, i trial will dem- St. Louis are nephews. Mrs. Rust is i:an a. ra, are mot by back carrying United 8 00 a. m. ........ ,. ... .....A.tor ...... "
." ',.e aoll'e 0"w.. -irkable curativePuUtosar 1 which makes men great, and when a sister of attorney W.
..t, I..O_t..f.-..o" ', the great strife betweeu the North this city.-Wllkes-Barre Leader, Oc The rare on these bucks. Is M cents. Arrive 8 80 a. m. ::::::,;.:;:::::::::: .::sanrord gents Atlantic Co a
and the South broke out he forgot all
i. "or
.whew.. \>ndence, especSllclted. tober 22.Too MADE YOUNG AGAIN.
..-eifel.. .
.- Dietrk:# duties to himself ,and took up arms .- "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills General Passenger and Ticket om STARK, ."
: .or- for his country and enlisted as a private .Are Tray, Pass. Ageht.
hiI d BRR \\free booklet Know What Yew each night for two weeks has put me in

';4,: ,. e.. p O1.1\ :,." >rma, etc.c4 In Company K, Ninth Indiana when you take Grove's Tasteless my 'teens' again" writes D. H. Turnerof W.G F..COOPER M. IRONMONGER,Freight Areut, JR,,Ags't Qen'l. Jsckgo vine, Y "

., <, Volunteers, serving until May, 1802, Chill Ionic because the formula is Dempseytown, Pa. They're the best a'1 Pau.. .
,, Age
",'f- ,. f '10 ClS'N'., when be was honorably Hlacharged. plainly printed on effery bottle show- in the world for Liver Stomach and ?A.C.HAOEHTY. Oen'l Eaat'n Foot Paaa.of HOB A i1m
tug that It la simply Iron and' Qul Bowels. Purely ti ?
vegetable. Never THEO -'
York Not content when bl, service O. EOEII,
< ew ,
were nine In a tastelessform.. No Cure gripe.. Only asc at W. A. .Allen'i and General No
Manager, s s
j: .J required he.organized. the Fifty-fifth., no pay.Me.: Gco., W. f.shef-'i; drug stores. hh.wMoetb Koot.Liver tab.
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