The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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and I fully realize it as we celebrate this our 25th business birthday. We feel that thin very happy occasion will admit of somepersonal :;j Ij:: 0 ;

>. -4 >;:'. SET up one mile post a year is a long journey, we and enlist the confidence ;;

l reference and history. At the inception of our business. career, we laid down certain rules and principles, which we felt would appeal to the people smallest ; M Mi j
A AA who recall small when our entire floor space would not accommodate Y
in DeLand our beginnings,
but few living
There people
: : ::t:: of every patron at our store. are out in salaries $125.000.

H department of our present business. Then we had; but of .employee. Up to the present we have had in our employ hundreds of persons, and we have paid
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capatjcj rJ'e determined from the first that we would not carry any shoddy or "Cheap John" stock, but confine our sales to high class, dependable goods at city prices, and we are content low for a

) evidence of the wisdom of our policy-Good goods at :cl @
< < < the people to say whether or not this store has met public approval. The large stocks found in every department are indisputable O p '
WWW that constant and untiring efforts have been a strong factor in the upbuilding of so large a business, at the same time we feel keenly and we most '
\Vhile realize our own
w.w prices. we in and the liberal patronage of the public. We are well aware that THE PEOPLE have ]made it possible for us to enjoy the unique distinction :::y: :< < 1
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QQC And with co-operation we have in DeLand a modern up-to-date establishment, with a stock of merchandise,
', of controlling the largest business in this section of the State. public
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and feel that it would be base ingratitude not to acknowledge an appreciation of the patronage
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whiclAvould be credit to city ten population ;
in character and extent, a S I SDAS' X
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Business Birthday by spreading before you a
for TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.'e have therefore decided to celebrate our Twenty-fifth *JL
of' this community year by year T

QQPSffiffi : FEAST. Everybody' is invited/ commencing Monday, November 23rd, and continuing each day except Thursday, Thanksgiving, and concluding Monday, the 3Oth.We g; C
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and will be happy to see profit by the opportunities offered from day to day. .
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effort will be made to promptly and cheerfully. :::0 toV'
Do not hesitate to come. There will be plenty too/ around, and every you
r' When the jollification is over, and we again take up the duties of life, we extend to you our sincere thanks, and bespeak your future patronage ; when we promise even more complete y Ii Iz

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Black Prince 81 50Kxtru ... .... .... .. .... ...... ... .Birth bay 81 10 FF 'MT. NOV S7. Today we se-ve you u UMURK1.LAS. "
t FEAST.. NOV. 23 Mill Include. choice products win Wide Cow Boy 83 00..".... .. ... .. Birth bay, 82 811 FKIDAVM. potpiiiiirl.. omptiF.ed of cholrest pli'kiuKs: unil.rellMsWI. .,......... .............. ......,.... .Birth ''tv4t0 I =, O dS
MONDAY'S. .. l'.IIWI.I.h. ,,,t, Flax and ('ollon.'ou Exlr.tWide Planter 60 .... ... ..... Birth bay. 81 10 from noiiio and fu.elKu rutirkeis.' Ladles. underwear. All unil.rcllm. T.'IC....._........................................ liirth bay fM1 i: '
,',o t ....,....... ., .. .be ." .. lit drew !goods"counters." liioludiriM bmlneiu KluniieUOutings All Shapes Fur lints Si 00.. ..... ...... ..........Birth buy83..iu hosiery, uutlu\ Y. ai.d. fancy. goods. All I umbivllim8l on' ..............................................I'll 'Hi' buy .Kc [h tTf t typkf lT1 '$
p P" Ulnyhums.! and White Uood. gut-uklng, All Fur)Huts. SJ 50., ............... ........ ..... ...... Birth bay 81 SH 13 I All umbrellas s;....... .................... ..... Birth, Urv> H"i
t" y Q Q Q purluncu we uutin you that here you'll get tlia criMui. All Fur Hutu 8\J 00................... . ... Birth buy81.5O Ludlos' corset ,covers..,Ve.18Z.-, ", Blrilulay'luc All unii.rcll .u II .0......................................, .1111 III Imy 81 I h) 71 ?i rM
8. QQCin. All Dress Goods $1.50...................,...... ......... ..Birth Day} 1 15 All Huts. 81 5u .. .. .. ............ ...... ....,Birth bay, 81 10 UnyLKUAilFJLNU\ \ \ Llllll.H.1.lIlIl" Porslt corset Orfers ..o Bin Inlay 4ic Alluwhrvlla110. ,.................. .................. ..HII'I h L1y8Aii 31 YD
::::: All breiis Uoods 1 1 M.................. ........'............ ..Birth Day HH All Ilut.l81. 2B........... .................. .... .... ........... Birth UuyB. 85 Ludlfs'? kklris full made? f.oc ..., Alnmbrellrstl9u. : ...........................................,iililh buy 81 IW I '
? ::I: xy:: :: )"" ... Uoods loo.................... .. ......... .HlrthUay1wt'r'oalwoy'ayxTanandHruuutnat' ...Birth bay 8 W Birth liny. 4cLudles' t-nsli Bad for one tlay only.lATUKDAY'S (ft (f
1 E-o rE E- All DrvKHUotxts .75.......................................... Birth, Day 60 \leu'xPnnevCapGUC .. ............... ..,.. ... .Birth buy 8 IMBirtli kiri4 IHCU I rlnnutui'.t ... I'l'li-i's nro I
1, "r ,1r ,........ ,........ ,.y... All Press Uuuds .05 and W2 .............................Birth Day dtl' A11Fu1cpl'illulSSO.. : ................"..... .'.......... buys ..111WEDNESDAV'S B.nh, Day .. .. Utc WWW: :::
C ._ ._ All brens Goods .G))................ .......................birth Day a 9 Nice Line Hou' (' .and .... .. Birth buy) lUc .and Sw\ L idles' titie skirls. lut rntllo .u..01 -: -:: -
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It, y : tQ: All bress looils 40 and 8 .45.........:..................Blrlh Duy. .S5: Stetson. \ I'nivrMity Ctl5c) Sue.. ..........Blrlh Day Sac full wltiuMH" ....M.BIrih D.ty B.to
K' (tQ All brew Hoods 30........................ ...... ........Blith Day .'J3: Prices{ are 111 hi p all for one day only. LudloV eitr. nuv .*,nu 1iI'.. ... / 73 73HHH
( i>rewi"" ouUs M ..... ... .................. .."Birth Imy' .19 Birth t liuy I : will
in in All bress Uomls .20,..,.,...,,,,,,,.....,..............*....Birth Day. .13 Ludles'. drauurs. opened) fir ,'14ud.hl rEAST, JlO2S.; Our menu today ffiMKOdd. .
J4 Iw'1 UresH. :>l ............ ....... Birth Day ,1'J' i;>. .. .... .... ...U.iih. l Day VcI h pleave' you, ullhouuh we will nerve sverytliiittf a* .
. < < All Sutln }'...l.ll'nU15ting 8 .60 and 8 76BirUi'li ny 8 /M and 8 '" ml IRS' drawers. 33.B ;. 7ul'llnl.eit'( ran be inaile. .. \
.r WWWWWW New'! Fleece back WnlstiiiK! .46 and fio Hlrth Day ,30uud. .39 +, rth U... ........... .ID/ /' ,;;- 1 S '
.,..,,...... t C1llI.DREN'SSHOES. ;
Birth 28 .
1 Fancy. and Dlanioml Weave Walsilnv( : Day FEAST:: NOV. 25. Hmiwkeepera' Day LndlesdrnwrrvguodoueY50.IEN'S:; 11 oSlEN'SANF ''Y 0< .i
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s". OSCiDiQQO FnncynndUlnmundlleecedbnrkSal.tingS.26Rlrthluy l.OUOvds Red Figured! iVrciilcs' l-:2e. ........... .... Birth Day 05 Lamb, .1 II lion. Flax. and. Cotton I'rodul'tI i L.J1ex'drawere Birth' .Day. ul 'iinbrellu" .NhupuL.tdien 4U: Ever: one knows (that it is not f.\
l and luo ... ... ...... birth Imy 12 1-2 Frery'1luutekecpertlhouhtAtteud; ) our object to ere how cheap "e can i
1U9oyds nntlniri Uinghumsl5c all colors lOe.......... ....... .. .... Birtli V..y.08. hI' IIlrl.ll n .3' .. .. sob QU Q MIN sell a .hur. but how good tor the ::J 0 0 .';
Fancy ... ... .
; ; All whltv and fancy blankets 00 ', \. chlldron's uulou sulis.llfrti's take advan-
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Kuftund. nluu'J'H.. Birth (Jay.t uud prier And yon -3 7173i r ta"'r
I, ', >0 f-...... >0 White l-xtra Kiie Wool White::1"11"1.Flannel........... 40c, ............. Birth Duy 3'1 Birth buy............................. .. 8"i.. .So... \\ \ ""lIIf." t. Pee how N<>ey 111 l DIP laK of I our Itirthday Sale yon hove -r1lT1 [Cnt 3
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.... ...... All white and fancy blankets 81) oo ..' Hulls ritu, Blri h [Day. 410Ladles' m j ;
... S1'rices I untun will come
Birth 'utl. not
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Sod Baby Flannel very .......,. p opportunity
,d, y d < d JlII'lhl.II........ ...... ........, 81 :25 do .. l an 71 t
.1 t: nro onsb and for one day only.TUESDAY'S All \\ hit.. unit, fancy blankets 5 00, ...... anhY79'k Ulrtu H5C iVd I'' nuain. ....
QQOffiKS. Birth bay......... ... ..................... $LOU Child's. eaten ::' liirth OilY Day, -K All :Snow's Shoes, 811'0.'> ; j' 4C i
i All white I1l1dlllllCY blankets. 84 50.. ... .... xuitsfioo Birth Day 4Uc: 111111 ,:1 Birthday . .$3.01)) ; ,,,;; ;.:
A HHHH:: Birth lia. > ...... ........... ..................8175 ; hi O's union. .. \......... ... All 5nrw's Shoes . .fl 50 in "v.J
r coiwlat in thu main or All whlt""oJ, fancy, 1.I..nk..t..1. 00Birtli ........ r .Eli'p' .It.ith DuyiilcI.mlles' :!! Birthday . .8300
1 &::: & &..:.:: FFAST:! NOY.,21 Otter will, B..R..r..llduU". fur Day..1: MAll r veW u I plu'l, .'lie I S All Snow Shoes: . : ,$'J.l...) ==' W=' Waaa='
!\! Knbblv protiiictH
HH 1 4W blankets .11)0. ...... ; . 82.50All
who whltu and fancy G .. .Blith Day 4.V liirthduy
:e. / CQ P3:: ; \\1101."n and Fur than ilreiwinif the in boys'/each And course they are Birth Uuv.."."............. .... ......8J.60: I q 1 ( Ladles', ousts and puntn&l it' >.. t'roiseite Shoes . .I3.IH)
l I enjoys a birthday party more All\ white 'gild fancy. blanl..t U 00Hlrili ..,,,... l q 1 .. III\! !' Duy. HUBLadies' Hirtruln . .$4 00 -l1 j r"l
' \ invited. ... ...... ....., 8310 ;'
'i''t N U1 r.J"J 1W> "."' '' ,ts unU p.Ult.I t5. Shoel $3 50 .,, qa
I Bovs' Ulna find Black. Snlt..tL.5O All/ white .anil fancy. 'i.O,....... ..... .ve........ ... ... Birth Day I, UtmChild's I 1 All Crossftle W :t w I
, < <: < Birth Kwy ........................ ..*IlJ 1 H rth Day. .... ...... bluukaY. ...81 US I pnllt..lllld "vests I 1.1 ... .... ,,1 Birthday! I'. .. ; ; ."$3. .$3 00llirthilay -1 0 :di :::;
Black dull U 00 hluaket.l. .......,. All l/nrli le Shoes '-'
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,,')"1. 0 Ir WWWWWW. ; Bo1llrve'tb 1 I ...." ......,... .,81 OoBoys' All while Da nid+ fancy .. ...:.. ., tl 85 ""' = ,; 'hll'ii'M ; ...'lId'v"..',Birth x ::.',. Duy. lie. i . .$..(ul I ; :y y: ;:?
i Suits' good qimllly ''' '' *.! 60 r.u..y.; i.kei.;;;; il 5i>.,.. ( punts :.. i All Carlisle Shoes . .*15u ,,.i ,Y118t1t
and Birth Ulo 1
.. x}.tl p:;:: DiPS::: :::1 birth I buy ,.. ..'.: .... ..,.81 9tl All lilrlh white Uiv... ... ... .......... .\/"" ;;: ; ISl1ITUlfoRWIAI?. Child: prut.aud. vests 3';. ... Birthday' . .$2.0" .
r 7r+ QQQ 9&i & &,v.' riuln und; Fancy; ;;; Hniw;; M 00 All white and runcy. l.hlnk..t'i"II.:: "Duy i7oMrtli .. .. s .Blrlh Duy' cLudles' il,j ii All Carlisle Shoes . ..Jl.SO
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Birth buy blankets 00. bay Hnl . .$! !S
Hint fancy Inlay
Bo)'a' Hole nd..8i;; l. i. 14;iii..U::: : All white white and fancy blankets Tic... "........ .. Birth buy 5M( : shirt. waists white plaited frfnt and back 50c .. ... . "$1.!,10 d 0 d
; Birth buy... ...... ...........8!.90/ All All .soft cotton comforts 81 "00... .. .. Birth Day. 8 c .. .i v. . "" ...,.. ......, Birth buy 4lcliitdlfs'shirt All Carlisle Shoes. :f.oo$125;Birthday Birthday. .. .. .. ..$,- .."
iv ,h t Boys' Flnu Cheviot ,aut3Yor'o Hulls All soft cotton. comforts si &".. .. .. ...Blrlh, Dav nOc.Birth waists black Mi-rcerlieil 1 7.5c Birth b ly ft*.: All Ladle Shoes. $ ; Birthday .. .. . *'-' 1 W) :-r1 ref tTJ!

t-". 1 "'. BOVH'85 00 Fine Birth. Cheviot Day! Hulls""". .....8J.9I..... .8'I.DO All soft On"1 comforts comforts; 81 13 l 50 ou .. ., .. ,'.. Birth\ : Day Dnv SI 81 Oft 119 LUdbs'.hlrt. shirt. "wul.tt wilst. .lslilkOU nil wool full,.military Mercerl/ud8l. shoulder Birth,......b-ty" ..l lLadles' 0.... .All Children's. 'Same.Snocs., *8250 JOO! ;;; Hnllu.ay . .... .... .. ..$1 10 7r: ::: : :::r:

AAA \ liirth buy...... .. ......... 81 1 50 All All S'jft S'ift: coiton comforts 8'J.AODown .., birth Day. 81 Yu 8 611.i ... .. ........ ..... .. ... .".. ..... .. ... Hli th bay. tme All Children's Shoes, 81.75; Ilirth.lay .. .. .. .. .... . M JJ.M I :;. ::
t ,ti Bovs' P.inls pluln 'uml Fnncy.... .. ,../ftou sofucnshloim; lsilit2acUowu ..::.. ::.:.... :....:::..,Birth Duy. I-": .' skirts fancy ralitiin>x$16uBIrthUu. y tl.U All CI..1. w.a. x x Birth DuyT....... ....'....... ..all;! Cushions. :20x20 S.V-. ........................... ..... Birth bay KJo:; Loci I. nlklng slknusk,! Ms real scotch effects .... .. All Children's Shoo $1.50; Birthday .. . . .81.Sj ) CJ)
-.v H Bora' 1',111'' plain. and fancy; ; .....; 81 1 00 h omW:! 2S: AOollowu / .. ,.. .... .... .... .........Birth Day. 3lcHlrth Ladles'831)-s ........................ ..., ...... .. ..... ,HirthV..y..311 All Children's i 'hor.. *1 00; Birthday .. . .. .. .iJ! .... {
I >>ir.lh.Uny... ........... ........,.H3oBoys' lIow" cu .ltln82Autl.: .. ...... ............... .Duy4.Ic. Ladi wrlhlag.klrH -dute mixtures ............. .. .. ... Children's Shoe ("..... ; Birthday, ?. . . MBoy's -..-.. try, '". i t
? I ...... ..... 7f>e and 8fioHlrth Down Cll Cushions' 2UX40 T5c......... ....... .. ......Birth Day 5tlc: V n 93.. .. .. *...uytu........ .. ..... ... .UlrlhD..yil2; All Shoe! .. 11300 !Birthday .. . . . ; MullBoy's ..... .-....
buy..................(Me)I(! and tftcBoys' Ladli-V wulkliiK .skins full flure uml b"lIell...". .......... ; Birthday .. .*l.2a ?:3
$1.50 :
? ., Hunts. quality well marls Birth Day 85 Y Shoes. ; ; .. .m'u
*> 6 81 25 Blrthduy I ........ .... ............ U'O Table I-uojask. Napkins Lace Curtains. Swfst ."C. 87 95 walking( ,sk.l..rU, Hue wool B..Ultou. 810 00.. ............... Tenni.sex nnd Rubbers, SOc.i; Birthday --i ...
FK f) (t Everything fresh and oleo ? L..dl"' | RlMh s' Day....... .. .............,.......... ".. .........8T M. 1'rlrps) are oiiili Dual for one tiny only. .....+. x ....+. ,
N Q' < All tublednwnekSI. 00............................... ...... Birth Day Me MI".oa..dChlldr..U".Iery. Hosiery.. d.y Ij:: (Ij::
1 ) to.aynoto: U All tubledumask. noc/ .,................................... .......BlrthIay311c Our effort ID .. Is to .....
4 ( Hero are some thing.hurt .and' All table damusk. 3.V.............. .......... ........ Birth Day. :230Blrlh (} secure the "thisgaudud wearableLudles 9'a .. >
r4 W 80 Clay V Worsted 00....c"t'a"1lYB buy 81 60 All table dunnisk *!*c...............w.. ............::......... Duv IUC 'Jt \ we..v..s. c' ?.vA ...::
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.Blrtb Day .Utrth buy
OO .D. black hose + CL 10 .ylrle8tl Wonted 00 cut. "-.awrCoate....'....Birth bay und 80 00 All All table hbl.. uiipuliisS.i nai. >Uln 84 00:::::::::::.. ::::::...........Birth Duy 11.98 ;114'::: 111t1le' block hose 15; Htith buy lie
812 .. .. ... Birth Uay1. Mi Birth buy 210Ladles' U In
......... .. Ladles'bluck ho.e2iC, While this spread
kln.8'JM1O 30.
All Men's 'i 00 piece............pulU......Birth coat Iay88.25 andpunls810 : x'1 'f All All litble table ha napkins) >-J 00... ....>... "::. :::::: ::.:....BI" b 1)"y II15; \ Murk: : : hose H.V, Hlrth bay XeoLuo M1 ONDAY'S FEAST.uf the NOV.men Indies are cordially inMF.N'S ::
r ................. 81 410 consideration
.t ..,........ .Birth Duy 10.. .' Muck lioitelWc Birth Pay 737373W :;
I ee 81'
r '. ... J All Men's plain: .unit...... .'.'.'';:\\Ylr t,1..es, : .110 f ', All-tab napkins. : ............... '; ..... .... ....Birth Day,,' 92c: Ludlet' gun metal hoso ........................ vited. ;TI W
Stilts $tOW AlIItl"bll..lu.uk..lln".II.ooltl. .... ". .... ...Birth ... .., ..... Birth Day 4IC
; ; ; ,.... r ........ FURNISHINGS, ETC. :
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_' J All Men's aiul fancy' 111,00 1 !i I T5c...... ...... ".. ...... .. ... Mirth Ual"W! ; wool;; cashmere. ;; liose; .. ..'... ;.rt, :;:
+ 8 r 815 00... rlh buy All table napkins ? .......... lrib' ;;; 3tfc; Uirthday . .41
r P" .TT..B nulls ... ;.r' j 5*. .............. bay Men's Undershirts and Drawers 6oc.; =- > >
," All Men's[ i"a ,than y ;;; Child's black ribbed hone ................... and Drawers, $1 W; Birthday . .'1.' ,
*}V4&'., 816 50 a Fine, Cheviot" and Clay,813 Worsted nnd U4 1 w L.ACB CURTAINS. ton' ..... ..... .... .. .Birth bay HOChild's ; Men's Men'sMen's Undershirts and Drawers, $125;; Birthday .. .\M (c/i t/i inWWW) ,,
All Extra : .,...... .
i l tlulLA fl'Jo.oo ......... BIrth bayld.00 ducecurtalne$8. 00 ......................................BI tb D y 8'.S5 black ribbed hose Blrih" i..i'j'"; Underskirts and Drawers, 81.60: Blithday ..81.1S.M!) -
A il Lot Dorlblu-breuated Bulls ............... All curtains .00 .................................. ..Birth Day 84 HBlrtnDay vIIIJo;" "i'ii''ijj: ; ;'' ''' Men'sMen's Silk Undershirts, and Drawers 81.0U; Birthday. .. 41 ...
00..........................BUth Day 810 00 All luce .. ............ 81 I 73 "' 1U8"u' heavy quality, 50c. i Ilirthday' -- I h-H
.. .. i..ili. Sweaters,
luce curtains. 81 SO.................... .. .. r ti . .
o/16ung ......... All I I ; ....... . 03:
t Mixed Rill''" {I 2Sc Birthday 737373
Men's Gray M U5 .....................................Birth Day 82 7ABirtli Men's Sweater, good one, 75c..j} : I'r
t 112 oo.........................Birth buy 8a,75 AIII"'e curtains 83..IW( ...... ,.... ...............-....... Hay 81 87 ., 83 %; Itirthduy, ; "* HHHaaa
S f" y I Clerical Hummer Coats. ............... i All llll lace t'lllO .............?.......... ..............Birth Duy 81 W PETTICOATSnter.,, $2 50. ; llirlhday .SI.**
curtains :xxx: : : :: :
? L .i 1 60 .... .............?..Birth buy II .98 lace hlsNb6.. ............ ...... ............Birth Day 91 23 LADIES'DIERCBRI'LED I : Sweaters, 50c. Birthday .. . . .!W_
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en'xEUaPYnIY. '....................... All lace ..............?....................?.Birth Day ..HHBlrlh tractive styles I Boy'sBoy's ,1 00 Birthday .. . . .$a 0 (0
'JU .... ................Blrth 1I11Y 11.19 All laoecurtaldsll. ............................?....... Day .7t Better than silk and made up in. very rullleiisu.. n uslf Sweal'ers, ; Birthday .". .". . . .9* P >- >-
..... $125
.... 11 .
......... Sweaters ;
... nrlllucecurtrn.1125. Boy'sMen's
Psn\8 .. tucksplultsrutltest11wlthoatrtdu.;
.,' "'eExtrs ... .. Cotton, Ac.,....... 10 per cent Birthday . . .39Ncrhgee
,........ Towels Sheeting these Woo klnlK S-hirts. tOc.i 'K'
'.......... ... .. Birth bayIL69 especial attention to . 41 ,
/ ,4 .................... Shirts, GOc. Birthday ., ..
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0 Extra Ponla Mercerized petticoat, *ft'c ........ ........... Birth Duy 80cen'a: .. .. .. ,83
,. ;4:r \ Birth Day.. .'1.98 American, Chinese_ and Japanese Entrees. Black Mercerize, petticoats. 7.XJ ... .................... Birth Duy. 5-a Men's Negligee Shirts, 'l.26 Birthday .. .. . ". 9S '
# txira.p..u...... Black <0................. ... Birth Dnyi bile!! Men's Negligee( Shirts, i Birthday
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tii.jj. 'l Mercerized pettti-nuts8l.l .. 1.10 ::: :: :
...... i r Y .10 ........... Birth Day Z3o ........ ........... Birth Dav &MC Men's Negligee Shirts. 11.60; Birthday . '
r I and fancy 3Ac. :VBlwk >
', yru Pants ...................?............... .............Blrth Day 83 BO All'CII China matting mat Him :plain/.oe.,..,......,,..............,..........,- Birth Day IIIe Back. Mercerized Mercerized pottloouti petticoats @LBU/ .....?.?.......... Birth Dug 81 00Men's Hose, IGo. Birthday .. . . .. .. .10 737373i
l V .... ? ...... Ida 81 M 25' . ... .. .. .. 21
: ............................. Blrtb Birth Day Men'sMen's lose I Birthday 11: rr1
200. AlackMeteerizedpettlraxU$1.75. i
I'VaiiMtVoo"iPantsf ................ Birth bay t'l t US All China matting .......... pay II;lo :::::::::::::::::: 813Y .1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 39 iijS3
IB to ....................... .... All Jap. matting a.'e.' ........................... .... Birth BlackMercorleedpatllwals/1. H Birth bay Hose, 60o. ; Birthday x
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OH/ Glove 60c.i
............................. .. $ AliJ.p.mrtlloa2 c. ? ? Black Mercerized I petticoat* 83 Men's' Working! !
y . \y* isu.oo. ? riKitfxlS, 813.no....................................Birth V"I9.11 Warner Celebrated Anti Bust) Corsets i : You know howr. Men's: .., $1.W; Birthday?:. .& 9
Here U where we IIx" 810.00) ..... ........................Birth Day 88 H6 I last.Antirust Patent Overall., no seam In ."at. '7 c.j; Birthday. .64 ininihWWW( ;
k" 1 t serve the fur Ken-lniiton rug?::29 8H.60, ..................?.........?.?.Blrtb Day 83.10Oranlte they corsets ROc...................................<.... Birth Pay t0 Men'sMen's Seamless I Overalls 65c.; Birthday. .. .. .. .. .53
t\ I t products: Cottage rugs runs v 12 80 M....,.,?..............,."."?"?"Birth Bay 8* 00Granite Antl-ru5trur5nt.75r...... ??.....................?..........Birth Day 58oHlrth Overall. !9Oo. and' 81.00: Birthday 75o. and .83
t. J. B. stetson Hats 7.2xll..I.IIO.................................... Birth Day G. 81 OO. ? pay Klo: Men's Extra .. .. .. .. .9*
t ; 8ft 00"" Extra. f rnyrua rugs :rugs 36x78 81.80...................?..Birth Day Antl-ru Anti-rust'erorets.21.corsnts ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..Nllbll.p9xa Alen'srmp Kha Ki 2uc.Pants Birthday, J1.2G; ,Ilirthday,. .. .. .. .. .. -.. ..21Suspenders. -- I r I +
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; Extra Smyrna rugBxlraBmyeasr2tl:68816. DD.'y Oloves .
u J B. Btetson Hats !; ........................Birth .../ Bells BOc.\ Birthday' .f'.s\ ,41Ties.
;op mauaj 84.00 Extra tups \ 1 ...,..............?...Birth Day .p, PRICES Men's Ties, E0e. ; Birthday :: :: .. .. :. .. ,: :: :: :21Collars
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!'; ells? and M what that old Uwme velvet velvet rug 18.8/ .LYd......?....?.........Birth U..1I8. alarm cl< ck 75c...................:................t..Birth Day 580 en. I'r C" are cash and for one day only, > a
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k THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE. FO t O.I.0'hat O'to+04

The DeLAflD WEEKLY NEWS In his announcement for Congress I ; -

,e PUBLISHED EVERY -FRIDAY. Watson of Orange should DEVELOPINGWithout

I have stated whether or not he is
.5D, Dark Room
*t married, and, if not, will he agreeto ,
get married as soon, as elected 1 From :3 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9 on e

111E HEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY This appears to be the most important Saturday, November 21, a

(Incorporated.' ) in the Most Popular Young Lady
- plank congressional platform A1!<

CHRIS. O. CODEINQTON just now.PIfOHBITION. Free Illustration 1

Business Manager:: and Editor. ATTENDING THE

Kates. IN TIlE SOUTH. Will be given! at our Store, showing c w'

b' One Year...Subscription................................$1 00 The remarkable growth of pro SCHOOL! something of interest to all amateurphotographers. '
r Mz: : months............... .................. 60 DELAND PUBLIC This is! a personal and i
hibition in the South is attracting Invitation to the reader to come
't When pule! In advauce. When not paid in
d advance udd 60 per cent the attention of the world. The .. see the exhibition

1' d'* Entered In the postofhce at DeLand, Florida following is taken from a recent issue BALLOTS containing the above number

4 aa second clau matter. of the Vermont Watchman.One ALL( ) must be sent in to be canvassed by G. W. FISHER.
Advertising rates furnished on applIcation
of the most peculiar and Thursday noon, December 3, otherwise the .

:Address OP money nil Communications orders. payable,to and the mnkrohnuka com perhaps almost remarkable signs of vote will not be counted. A new number will be sub- _U_W_ UU W Irtr_'_?_Z__]W__UU W 11U__WVIr_ __7 ___ --- -- -4-_ & -
a punyetDet.audFlu.FRIDAY the times is the ebb and flow of stituted second issue.

.- the tide of pihibition in various every e _..e tS eE.; -eeeetiJ \
NOVEMBER 20, 1903. the United States. In
nm not far distant, whateverthere :
----------- times
GREAT VICTORY. was of overpowering sirenth. NITUREA UD I HARDWARE 1--
JlEARST'S Hearst's throe newspapers-The in the movement against liquor selling .dlisg '" ",, "" .....m.........m..m..m..m.." ... ., .... r,. ;

American, the Evening Journal, and was confined to the northern as the most Popular Young Lady attending .:'
stated and the south paid little heed \Ve are just getting comfortabl"nettled in our new ,
i Das Morgen\ Journal-were the onlj to tbe question. Now, however, tbe DC Land Pnbli('_School. Od Furniture Store, three door' "' prth of .our Hardware 1'1\
Our Mr. W.ttJ .
to Bicycle Emporium n.ni: toulevard.
supportthe II and
New York
newspapers conditions are exactly reversed. -- \
who KWh.iU twelve! years' experience in
I .:\ M Yeaiifln
Tammany ticket. Hearst is nat One by one the citadels of prohibition Funeral Director, Is In full -
fTVIB BALLOTS will be canvassed every Thursday noon, and the I. the furniture :the and as a
urally very proud of his victory,and in the northern states have I result of the contest will he announced in THE NEWS every ch.irg.e-! .;We have all new stock, which we have bought ,,vl -
bad given way until few now remain 1 Friday morning. The final canvass will be made by three fjJ; at we : to give our customers. I
his eftiofethese prices
claims that ben
newspapers and those are little by little crumbling prominent DeLandltes who are not directly Interested in the the low .
some influence in changing the Contest The contest will close at noon on
'',\. under the assults of license .

views of the 90,000 voters who and local option. New England, Thursday, December: 24th, l UNDERTAKIHG-J? v f

turned from Low to McClellau. once the hope of the prohibitionistshas and the final result will be announced In THK NEWS of December 25th. .. [

The Mail and Express takes a with the single exception of The contest is open to any young: lady attending the DeLand Public;/ rm *n

rather dismal view of the situation Maine, gone over to the camp of or High School. /' Mr Yeargln/! is a practical man In this department, and <* *
the majority, and the system in Besides these allots published In THE NEWS a certificate food t1 knows the business thoroughly.. We have ordered a t
" saying, in a recent issue : Maine tLough strongly intrenched for 20 votes will be given with every nets yearly caAhln.ad'anco'Mubcrlptlon Funeral tar\ that will mock( the spots off" anything
t received before noon on December 21. The price ,of THE tr..,{ heretofore seen in this "section, of the state. Our goods)
and the saddest :
The truest
thing '
under a constitutional provision, 1"
Is $1.00
NEWS per year. y : in this department are "strictly, first-class, and have
thing to be said about the election said to show unmistakable signs of The young lady receiving the greatest: number of votes li be givena I:; 1 been selected to meet the demands of all-rich or poor. 411 -
is that the ticket which won was rep Ii weakness that presages its fall handsome little Watch, now on exhibition in \V. A. Allen & Co.'s te;
h, resentative of the people of New On the other hand Dixie is moving window on the Boulevard. ]! 't- illl'ifl'Ull to itift/tect our stock. We

York city and the ticket which lost in an exactly opposite direction. !CI-C1d-03.o4.o4.o----- +r o+i1.o+c 2o+o ..C!..Q.l?.O.-0-b-1!-!?..t?.t'+i? lY>>.{1 (;;1 shall appreciate your custom.
was not. New York has 'Formerly the South paid little attention -"--- .

found its level. Why not admit it 7 to the subject, but of late a Brake boy was brutally beaten while neat for some time, but was avoided

The Times, taking the same view, wave of prohibition sentiment has sick and unable to work, and that by the withdrawal- of the chief fighters. Wafts & Miffer i iT

swept over it, and tbat wave seemsto he died from the effect of the punishment i :
said : be continually the: increase. If the state courts will : I
The electorate of the city delib- the of not tako this matter up and investigate .
Concerning spread prohibition &2Ji 33s. &3DeLan.d -
of Mr. 3&
Miss Mary Adele, daughter -SJ-S&3r
erately, with preparation, should
the affair see
careful in the south tbe New York Sun some one .
forethought and fuU"know-ledge ofr' and Mrs. G. Hat strom of Pierson, was ---- -
comments as follows: that the ease is properly presented '
what its decision involves has married on Wednesday, the 18th, to
extended That steady extention of the pro to the federal courts.
Hana Andersen of the same vplace.
invitation to crook
every which has been -
" and criminal, to all dtvekeepers, hibitory going on systems in the south has reached Harris! Is Slightly Mixed. They will make their home In Pierson. Saw 'and Planing Mills and Novelty Works. -
gamblers and backguards the world A large number DeLand friends at.
North Carolina. The Raleigh Leg-
New York Ocala Banner: Indications in the tended tbe wedding, goingup: at noon
over to converge upon islature ha adopted a measure making J. T. CAIRNS Proprietor and Manager.
first district to the election of ,
and ply their voqations. The red point and returning/ midnight. The ceremony I'
optional in rural towns either Hon. James Alexander, known to was performed by Rev. J. E -Manufacturer of- ,
and the 'wide
:F light open' sign are
..t displayed in the sight of mankind. total prohibition, or the alteruative the boys as Jim Alex." If hedoesn't Oates of DeLand THI NEWS extend Dressed & Rough Lumber: ?
of tbe South Caroline
a dispensary round
the first
get elected on and best wishes.
1r and his associates The defeat of Mayor the fusion Lowl' plan as a substitute for the bar- it is very generally believed tbat he -- Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll)) Sawing.

; upon room. There are ninety-seven counties will be the second Will furnish plans and specifications and '
in race. Flue Views of OkI hOIlIlI.
ticket goes far to prove that with in North Carolina, and sixty of _. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER e8tnlatcs.) Special machinery at mill for t .,
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the present composition of its electorate these had already 'adopted prohibi- Hon Fred S. Goodrich, formerly finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee .'
e New York city is not al- tion before the of this meas- C S. VanHouten of Orlando madea mayor of DeLand, and at one time first-class work in every particular: 4

.;" together fit for 'self government. ure. Both Texas passage and Mississippiare shipment Saturday of 3,000 young congressman from this dit. lot, has -- -,- -- --. -- -- -,-- ---------- -------- I
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Popular< suffrage itself is impeached now practically prohibition I pineapple plants. Thin is rather an the thanks of THE NEWS for a beau- +
' .r. by this appalling choice deliberately I unusual shipment for this season tiful 250-page booklet views of Ok- -
ataies. A pioneer in the movementwas TiR s
made by something like 600,000 Georgia after the adoption of of the year. Mr VanHoutea has lahoma City and vicinity. Mr. Good- .,
Rainsford sent out over 20,000 plants dur- rich holds lucrative
voters. Dr. was wrong the dispensary system in South Car- now a govern-

"' The majority of the voters of New olina, and Florida and Arkansaswere ing the past year.CUT ment position in Oklahoma, as refereeIn
it' York are not both honest and soon afterward added throughthe ---- bankruptcy, but baa never forgotten ALL KINDS 1
intelligent. OFF BOTH LEGS. old friends in DeLand, where he
.:. establishment of absolute probi- AND PRICESBIGELOW'S
An unknown white fell from spent !several of tbe most eventful a.
tion in fifty counties of Alabama, man .
The following from the Jasper thirty of Florida, and fifty of Arkan- the cars between Pensacola and years of his life.LIT1LK _

News, the leading paper of Hamilton sas. The most lemarkable thing in Flomaton on Thursday last and had 4'-- AT
county' is respectfully referred the temperance movement in the both legs cut off. He was taken to SWEKTHHAHT.!
Little sweetheart, and kUa ,
: 'to the Gainesville Star, whicb affected south is that it has been successful the hospital l in Pensacola for treat- Just once more before come I no. me
h without the intervention the ment. The of rubber has ,
such surprise at TBE NEWS' or even Tell me truly, will you mine me iAs price 1
of -------- I wandertoand. fine
co-operation any formally organized goneay up, but a largelot
k .recent editorial about Alachua prohibition party there. The How 'I'hoy liollot in Tampa. Let me feel the tender pressing, bought before the rise. 'Y-, tJ
01'your ruby lips to mine a
county' officials: forces enlisted iu the of ,
wv d cause plO The following from Wednesday's "
With your dimpled hands caressing allows us to sell at former -
The (Jasper) News regards it as a'' bibition in the south are moral, social Tampa Tribune Is just a short account And jour snowy arms' entwine. -

&:-r great misfortune that tbe mistaken and religious. In Tennessee of an election Incident at'Fort CHORUS prices 0 0 ,0WH1LETHEYLAST ,

lynchers did not invade Alachua two,thirds of the counties have Brooke, across> tbe river from Tampa: Little sweetheart come and kiss me, i

.' county and secure the officials and adopted prohibition, and that state : The expected happened when Jasper Come and whisper sweet and low I

? miscreants who perpetrated the foul id the next on the program of the Williams, who had taken Veatel's That jour heart will and erully f' miss me, \
As wander to i o.
z1 and horrible deed, instead of the temperance men for "ransom from place ,.is challenger, challenged the i-O+OH IooIooK t >1.Ot>0-tot{!-:-O I4d-C rCSFO.1.Odtlf O MINiFfi tt09I k"
' I :poor victim they did, and dealt out rum," as the agitation is called in vote of one of Stephens' adherentsand Little sweetheart come and. 'I kiss me, ,

e%t to them. the mercy and justice they the south. A curious feature of the a warm argument followed. We We may may mover never roam meet together again -- -- --

dispensed to this harmless and unfortunate success of the southern movement Stephens (one of the candidates for Down the deal old shady lane I t. 0+0.-0.-0..0..0..0.-0..0.0.0.-0.-0..0.-0.-0.-0.00-0-0.-0.-0--<>+00< ,-

t' youth. for prohibition Is that in every case mayor) ordered Williams not to come Future years may bring i us sorrow WE: :J? .A.- .>.,
it has followed the elimination of That our hearts but little know \
inside the building, and Williams In-
I Still of care we should not borrow I )1
? y Miss Genevieve Priest, who stood the negro vote The practical abolition vited Stevens to come outside with Come and kiss me ere I wo.

first in the civil service examination of negro suffrage has been inmost much warmth. Both emerged together -- a
cases the first step. The adop- and mixed. ))('twllt'r11111 Verdict. CASHFor
has been appointed "water>
of has been
tion prohibition the
Jack landed with a right on Jasper'snose State Fish Commissioner John Y.
t register," watever that term may second. and brought the claret. Jasper Detwiler has just succeeded In gettinga '

mean, of the town of Marlboro, r came back with a heavy awing on tbe verdict in Augustine against four your '

Mass. There were fifteen candidates POLITICAL' SUP.SIIOTS.; eye. Blows then followed thick and oyster fishermen! for taking oysters

f in the examination Miss; fast. They mixed but broke away, below the size allowed by state law. n
v Arcadia Champion: Since Adam and then Jasper fanded the knockout The law perscrlbes that oysters'gatbered 1
t standing at the head of the CHICKENS AND TURKEYS.
Priests ate the forbidden fruit there has blow on Jack's solar plexus, which from natural beds must not ,

list. lived only one perfect man. When sent Jack to thj ground. Time was contain more than 3 per, cent of oys- "

Ihe erring one whom the law con- called and the seconds of the respec- ters under three inches In length ex- w
; The Marine Hospital Service has demned to death was brought be- tl ve combatants attended to their In- cept when: they are belpg gatheredfor f. [See us before going elsewhere. a <

extended the quarantine regulations fore him he said, "Let be that is Injuries. Stevens was badly bruised, transplanting. ,

from Mexican ports. All ves- without win cast the first stone," getting decidedly the worst of the encounter. -' THE MARKET y
and when the dared not
accusers While the In
sels from Mexican ports landing at claim themselves sinless and slunk ress parties on both fight sides was drew pistols prog .' Old as the PyramidsAnd E. L. McBride, OJJTHE

southern stations will be detained away, he bade the guilty one go and and ordered the crowd to keep back aa little changed by the ages, is L 1Iloll gu. COR ./

five days in quarantine. sin no more, saying! : 'Neither do I and give both men a fair show. One Scrofula than which no disease save ti ''

condemn the." To sin ia human, of the politicians was seen with two Consumption! is responsible for a larger -o+o..o+o..o..o..o..o..oo..o.o.o..o..o+o..o

3 If all the candidates who have so to forgive Christ-like, and to gloat pistols, one 'Jn each hand. Trouble of growth.mortality, and Consumption. Is Its out- H _._ __ -- ,- -- -, .
the downfall of another satanic O
.lo' far announced themselves. continue over a more serious nature seemed imml- It affects the glands, the mucous r '
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membranes, tissues! and bones t Canada still baa a
in the race until the prinary, tbe ; Not to return a bent Li the
greatest she
the Candidate. bunches in the neck, ratnrrhal troubles, asked In the Ala]
man who gets a majority'of all the Donrh| rty Stroutfent" rickets, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, .In. but not to confer It U the earlier. Ing into Uncle Sij

votes cast will certainly be a dandy. New Smyrna Breeze: The oppo. cutaneous eruptions, etc. Seneca.- York World. p '.d ., ..
'' .. nents of Barn in Jacksonville think Holiday "I suffered from scrofula the disease affecting ---- Daniel) Webstej !"it '
tbat Hon. Chas. Dougherty is th' the glands of my neck.: I did every. QUICK ARREST. Maine I and Sir sh :! r,
t A. K.: Taylor,'the cartoonist who thing I was told to do to eradicate it. but 'XtJIver
strongest candidate and are talkingof Games without success. I then began taking J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala. was _\ tone) h ,a) t
: introduced the Jacksonville Metropolis centering him to defeat Barre Hood's Sarsnpnrllla.and the swelling In my twice in the hospitatTrom a severe case wost. Let usj ny;. f v .'j
to Florida readers, is now figuring is the candi neck entirely disappeared and my skin relumed \Vebatera to 4
to' Dougherty strongest I a smooth, healthy appearance. The of piles causing 24 tuhors. After doctors flee ",'.'tTo .
': on the Times-Union. date, Barre not exoepted.'and he is cure was complete." Miai AWT MITCHELL. and all remedies failed, Bucklen's aid of am ,
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a by the !
018 Scott St., CovlnRton, Ky.Hood's p VAwhe
gaining strength every day. So if FREE Arnica Salve quickly arrested further .C.

; The Belleview News-Letter says: the anti-Barra faction will center 011 Sarsaparilla inflammation and cured him. It con- k, via Atlant : r 4t)
; IS- 'The cartoonist of the Pensacola Dougherty it will add that much and Pills quers itches and kills pain. .JSc. at W. aUway.FAgenu Atlantic. CosTD. I t

News. is O. K. Tea;and the car: more.to his strength. Inside each pound package of Thoroughly eradicate scrofula and build A. Allen's and Geo. ,VV. Fisher's drugS-
: up the system that baa suffered from it. gists AA STARK, .
tooniat of the Ifijo.Union is A. K. Standard -'T. Pass
Macolenny : High a
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Springs Hornet seems to be the Lion Coffee C Jactao le, FI 1
that the'Jack'sonvi11 carni-
a n Now only paper in Alacb.ua county that Pace, Aat tl
tq wsl ID over, the campaign may be reaiomed. Is inclined to give the public the inside Grove's Tasteless C -

: facts in that Brake murder case will be found a FKEM game.

fir at the convict camps in that gonnty.Enough 6O different games. All new. J tiha:, II6S! as year:. avt 'age Annual stla :; ti.lver'PYIe. ;I tb0 t

*v It ia strange how much Jennings' has leaked out concerning JI 08. l>Oes 1'eCOrd A>T.> tp spilt? .'
""blunder'aggravate his enemie this horrible,,, affair, 'to show that the At Your C e: I Zado s4 with svy i1+otds i a d.w Ii

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Itumafrom tho QHEUUU-NOWH.
is to have a telephone Bpoclal Correspondence.
Orange Cityooooooooooooooooooooooooc The Bond Lumber Co. have succeeded -
syetem.Hi1hboro's. i Glenwood, November 18.-Love
the Bond & Bond Co. at Daytona "
weather, but some of our citizens are i 0 ,0
county treasurer is required too sick to enjoy It, but all hope they J. B. Conrad and Frank E.:

to give a.bond of $B.tOOO. may soon recover. Orange' City November 18.-Mi Bond are in the city taking an inventory -

The Clyde southbound ships are Two of Mr. MattlV children are: Abbey Gunn Miss: Fanny Frobrldgeand of the stock in tbe yard.

nowcoming*: with long passenger very sick'. Dr. Munson was called. Miss\ Nettleton of Washington, The front of the building occupied The Kind You Have Always Bought and which baa been

'" lists. Mr. Wright Is confined: to the house: Conn., arrived Saturday evening, by Henry T. Titus baa been n'p.1lnt..dtbl" in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

-. The hotel and transportation and Dr. Munson la treating him. They are boarding with Mm John) week. Mr. Titus will\ put in a and has been made under his personal -

Miss Grace White. sort of Delmonico place this season since its Infancy.
men predict au early and Keown who has been # .-p. _. supervision
long i
season-but they always do that. attending Stetson University, baa had !Mrs. Belle Dunlap and Mrs. Me11le and furnish high class high price Allow no one to deceive you In thia.AU .

fever so she has missed several days; Palmer got into their cottage Saturday lunches. He has engaged a competent Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but

Daytona is infested with roaming schooling, which Is a great. disappointment evening They are now keeping chef Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
cattle again. DeLaud is never, DO to her. house. The hens are evidently again on a Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.;

never, troubled in this way; that i is, Mr. Booth and Mrs. VanCleef are Mrs. St. John and daughter Helen, strike and eggs are scarce articles 1 In

not all the time.Jacksonville entertaining a sister, Mrs. "ivea, of spent Sunday in Enterprise: Daytona. The merchants Inform UII CASTORIA

merchants to the Denver, Col. They had not met for Miss Nellie Martin left Monday for that it ia utterly impossible: for themto What is

number 305 have been arraigne years before. Caasadaga where she expects to pass anywhere near supply the demand. for Castor Oil Pare: +
4 Dr. H. K. DuBois of Port Orange, Castorla is a harmless substitute
in'the CriuiiiLl Court on the charge Uev. West U attending Presbytery!: the winter with Mrs Webster. It is Pleasant. It
and Soothing Syrups.
of doing business without a Keens at Candler this week. Mr. Fred Flnney la papering and was in the city Thursday. The doc gone Drops other Narcotlo

Mr. and Mrs. Ware painting his cottage and doing other tor will go to Jacksonville today to contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
: .. :The ladies of Jacksonville whot home this are expected meet Mrs. DuBois who Is returning; substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
week, after an extended work on the inside.
t l"AtlSed up ns nurses and solicited II and FeverIshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
visit north. Mr. Ed Spencer'a son, Lee, returned from a Hummer's visit in France, England allays
: alms St Luke's hospital onet' and Scotland. She arrived In. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
Howard '
Bredow home from New Haven
went to Daytona (to' Thursday ,
y'durilJg e carnival succeeded work In the post office ten days Conn., where he has been bookkeeper< New York last Sunday.; On the !same< and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the {
;, in" "ovW for this 011(0. I Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep.
t' collecting 410 but came home !sick today.It for the past five years for a firm there. I ship Mrs. Chas. Fozzard of Port Or- Friend.
of Children, Panacea-Tho Mother's
charitable purpose. ThS( eople i was also a Mr*. Fo/: The
would be well for the orangethtves We are all glad to welcome Lee home. i ange passenger./ t

., all Florida have a warm plate 1 D-. to know they are being Major lirenna Is Improving his cottage zard baa spent the past six month

.r.V' their hearts for St. Luke's and wII watcheTt;;"andinay have to pay dear on the Inside with paint and bard I visiting in Germany. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

. lingly" contributed toward the good yet for their stolen fruit. V""olka: are oil I Mr. and Airs. Benjamin Mason",

work. not raising fruit to tofeed"tb4e\La; when Mr. Lukins' carload of household started Tuesday for Columbia, Isle Bears the Signature of'i

L.I THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. some :-ot lead may stop some'of. them /goods came Thursday. lie and his of Pines, where they will spend the

..... unexpectedly.They daughter are /getting/ settled now 1 In winter. Mr. Mason Is largely inter /
; ... Governor Jennings. in the follow have been shippingorangi their cottage they have rented for a ested in land deals in Cuba and the

. .' ing worth, sets apart Thursday, November < from the Norris groves.J. year of Miss! M. Dickinson.Mr. Isle of Pines and feels that his! presence a
20 as H day for general i look after his ex- .
B. Conrad returned home Monday Fenn'a kitchen was raided Monday is required to "

thanksgiving: from a trip on the east coast. night by sneak thieves. They tensive interests. A numberof their

STATE OF FLORIDA, ). The school Is petting! along nicely, tore out the screen from the window friends were at the depot to bid them The Kind You Have Always Bought

'''' EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT! jIt j) although some of the scholars have to and entered that way. As the safe good-bye and wish them a safe and

is meet that we should, as a miss on account of sickness. containing the food was not in the pleasant trip.J. In Use For Over 30 Years. r rY..OrNY.NN
Mrs. Geddis kitchen they went as empty as they S. Matson of Bichwood, Ky., arrived -
: of Toledo, Ohio, Is expected .
God-loving God-fearing people, recognize .......
at all times our dependence this week and has engaged'rooms came. Mr. Fenn says they need not yesterday with his family, and "OMH"". 19 MUUA" "11"". .aw Oll"

Him for the precious In Judge Henry's house: for the have /gone to that trouble, for if they la: occupying the Green house, on
upon many winter. had come to the door and told him South Ridgewood. 111'IatMon\ Is a

gifts He ha vouchsafed to us, and they were hungry he would have prominent stock raiser of the bluegrass .
bow before Him with humble, thankful Drummers must be plentiful in Florida -
winter visitor .
/given them a luncb. state, and a regular
hearts for the blessings He has judging the number that pas Ai use Sociable.
bestowed through here. Mrs. K. S. Leavitt Is quite ill this to Daytona.Dr. Mr. Sllptoiigiif hove not met your
abundantly upon ua. week. D. D. Beekman and his guests wife. la she here this evening?
Mr. Is hU
Time, in its steadfast round, hall Pomeroy having orange
picked this week. Mrs Wm Scott received telegram/ on the "Crystal Wave," returned Mr. Himsom*-Yea. but just at thinmoment F'REE)
to the bountIful
.... again brought with us its traditions Mr.\ Mann had friends visiting/! them Tuesday; morning saying her son, Walter Tuesday! from a hunting expedition she la engaged over there at
harvest season had been dangerously: shot at down to the Lagoon. The party consisted the: piuiKt. A TRIP TO EUROPErREEI
and sweet memories.: It is a-boau. from Ohio and Indiana, but all left to< with affected enthu ::
work- of Dr. Beekman R. S. Maley, Mr. Sllptongue (
Palm Beach, where he has been ,
tiful and blessed custom that sets) visit other places south siasm-Ah.' I see! She la that god<.ll's'l' I FI
Ing for the past three months. She S. H. Gove, E. T. Conrad and J. D.
aside one day in each-y'ear as a day Mr.! Furnald and family expect to lUte beauty who la playing au accompaniment I
of special thanksgiving and prayer leave In a short time, so there will\ bea and her son, William, were ready to Maley. They bagged about fifty duckson for the mouutula of flesh

to Almighty God for His manifold vacant house: for some one to rent.BEAUTIFUL start on the noon train, when they; the trip. rho U nius'lng.Mr. I +
\ His watchful -t- --.---- received another telegram saying{ The Merchants Bank has receiveda Jiiinwome (attlHy)1-:My 'wife does.
blessings, care guidance .
and protection. 'To the peorlt'of.our CLEAR SKIES. "remain hume." new burglar proof door for the entrance not pi*]*; she sings-London'relegrtph.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of Indiana; to their safety deposit boxes.
state this has been a year of Hcrbine exerts a direct influence on Wbr.
They own ;a The door weighs 1.7CO) pounds.
came Tuesday evening.
the liver and
marvelous of kidneys purifyiiifmd \ she loveaWalter.
prosperity, progress" ,, "Lillian\ la not sure that !
strengthening these and pretty cottage on Stillman ave.
organs very
contentment and development: a Sometimes she thinks abe -t,
crowded with blessings maintaining them in a normal condition Those hungry boys had better luckat Wedded Fifty Tear does and at other times sbe'a cuuVlui'ed -- 1 1If
year or> health; thus removing a common Miss Dickinson's than they did at Tuesday was the fiftieth anniversary Uoesu't." you would like to takjI
Now, therefore, in conformity cause of yellow, mothy, greasy skin a trip to Europe, thoWorld's .
Mr. Fenn'a. They took about two oIthe wedding of Rev. and Mr: "A nil jet she la golug to marry him? I
with the sacred customs of thtfounders : und more Or less of pimples blotches: Fair, Saratoga
dollars worth of provisions out of her of Ormond. Thateven- thut's nil aettled."
lames Stanton "Oh.
of and in and blackheads all druggists, yes
our couutly accordance soc at New York Ash,
00 0 City or
I, safe night "Bur If sUe la not sure abe loves him
1' II Monday ng about 100 of their friends : 1
with the of
proclamation without t.r
having to
Mr.Ym.. Laws: went to New Smyrna upon them to celebrate the occa-:: why Uoesn't: she break the engagement O O put
the President of the United States Ahead Behind. ?" f up any of your own money, t tQ
t I. ?Y of America, I, William S. Jennings rr Wednesday on business. lon. Prayer was offered by Rev. K. "Becuoae she It! tweuty-seven.-Kun, >, write the Jacksonville RiotropolU -

,,:,,, Governor oObe state'of Florida, doh' In every newspaper we pick up -----.-- w. Butler, pastor of the Congregational Journal. 0 for particulars.
... we're to find lot of about sas City f
sure a /gush! read 0
churcb after which he a
.;tJl(y.hereby dusignate ThiarRclay, the 26th the man behind the counter and the NEW SMYRNA. ,
of November D. 1903 the behind beautiful boem adapted to the occasion Flmln th* Blame.
A. as a nan behind the gun! man
r I 'j itIl.Y of rest from our usual the buzz saw and the man behind hl< Items from the Breeze. pledged anew tbe marriage vows, '"Tlit trouble! ain't with the form"
\ occupa
.fu's.tJ f to be observed son, the man behind the times and the I The cottage/ being built by J H. and supplemented the whole by presenting wild the old mnn. "If the farm didn't
{, by thanksgiving, man behind his rents"" the man behind Vrooman on the peninsula for Wm. In behalf of the' friends :t have to do anything but support Itself.It .
t :' praise and prayer to the Supreme the plowshare and the man behind made to but It don't METROPOLISCARTER
It could bt pity ThE
i Laws, Is completion. con- .
nearing .
asa token
,ji":.:i R'\' uler and creator of the universe, the fence, the man behind the kodak purse of $50 In shining gold spew to be able to carry the burden" of
and the man behind the cars, the man .alnaslx: rooms and Is quite a creditable of respect for the aged couple. M 1'.
cJ. the blessings! we have received, ua lirln on It. BO I reckon we're to % RySSELUPUBLISHING J !
behind his whiskers and the man behind building, Stanton replied with much feeling III '
\l for continu- Tout.
t by (supplication a behind iuClilciiKO COJACWONVILLe.
'1S", ''Ice of that guardianship that has has entered his fists on, and the everything lists. Capt. W. R. Roberts of Daytona h a few appropriate remarks after FL"A

\ t + mkJis in the past. On that 'day They skipped another fellow of visiting his daughter/ Mrs. Lourcey.He which the evening *.. 3 spent in'aoclal; Lo.lnx mu Opportunity. .

let \AjfNi claurch, each home, each whom nothing has been said the fellow will help Mr. Lourcey build some chat and partaking of light refreshments "The curtain goes up at 3:15: so we'llbe

.eart be altar of to' Him who Is ever on a little way ahead boats while here. ; the company retired at an just In time."
an ( praise what he box It reullj geemaft !
for have
who ,
always pays gets: "Itnt If WP a
has his choicest J. Wllmhurat of DeLand was early hour, all happy In making others
bo bestowed rhosd bills ere always signed, he's a Henry nlmim* to l hp so. punctual .
"H blessings upon us. lamed sight more Important than the guest of L. E. Wilson, at the appy.-Daytona Gazette-News. --- -- -- --- --- ---- -- --- -- -- -

} "i.To:' be a truly great, a truly good the and man who behind.and the All whole we editors. Ocean House: a few days this week. --------

f.. t.; ople we must be a truly religious1p'bf :! merchants clan are Indebted for existence commercial Mrs. T. C. VandegrlfTt showed us Whom to Fleaxe.

pie. ;May tho public conscience to the honest fellow man. lie quite a curiosity the other day In tbe One should advertise not accordingas '

quickened to a profound recognition keeps us all in business, and bill townIs shape of a heart. It was a species offish it pleases him, but as It may please -
never dead, and HO we take our hate the public.-Printers' Ink.
of the power and goodness of called "live\ heart." There were I
otY .to the man that Is ahead.-Man-
SO.od.May teno ((111.) Independent. two specimens. They were heart- Building a Business. More Than a
: we advance in piety, morality shaped and are about the color of an
One brick built a house; nei-
and inteligeuce. AI ay His pro- A DANGEROUS MONTH. inlmal'rt! heart. Mrs. VandegrlfTt has build business.
will a
," ,;''it-o. ing hand guide and keep alive This is the month of coughs, colds; them preserved in alcohol. ther Printers' Ink.one MILLION DOLLYS $

b-- \ ,within us, faith. in Him, love for and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold One of the boldest: sneak thieves we $

:Jt ''our free institutions and patriotic easily? Find yourself hoarse, with a have heard of in a long time vlllltedSw'rna :
:(t"t' t devotion to duty. May the choicest tickling in your throat and an annoying About 10 o'clockof
{ of merciful Father cough at night? Then you should always ; Friday. of Florida Capital guarantees -
t-1 blessings a
Mia Miller who MORPHINE.
that morning resides
have handy, a bottle of Ballard's1Iorehound > ,
t 'WI"j be showered. upon the whole) people, Syrup J. A. Anderson, 354 with J. U. Berry's family went this pure vege-

anti{ may His hand )lead and keep /est 5th St., Salt Lake City writes: Into her: room, and while there missed --

1t_ the path of rightousnesa "We use Ballard's Horehound Syrupfor her watch from Its customary place.An table remedy( to cure r
". coughs and colds. It gives immediate I
relierVo know it's the best investigation/ revealed the fact A Guaranteed Home Cure back-. -
or : > *> s *>
rr I ,. money
wiiot remedy for these troubles. I write this that her pocketbook was also missing

-,,,. you to give thrr" to induce other people to try this pleasant i The fact was at once reported to HarryH. for All Drug Habits.
"a C for nothing. Including: yon and efficient remedy" 250, soc Sams, deputy sheriff and he and

liberty (your labor) ana. you and $i.oojit all druggists. f.' "",,1'' >Ir. Berry began a search for the Cures :

Jf hIlPplncss-Schoolwo..tl'r .,' ollty party. A negro about eighteenpears

4 .. '&'0 PAT Street \\/L Milk.A :. old was seen around the place, ;

).City of Toledo) as.'ounty laud flowing with milk Is au an- and with this clue they started out. Morphine, Opium, Laudanum Cocaine .Catrrrhal affection'' of tbe I
) dent Idea, but streets paved with It la l''
The negro described was found at the and all other drug habits, can nasal passage, bronchial
i makes oath that he a notion essentially modern. It Is being -
.y, npy and
depot, was arrested on suspicion curedat blad-
tner of the firm of F.Q seriously proposed to the munlclllty be permanently tube, lungs, kidneys, <
search disclosed the fact that they
a home and we cure them without
I of Parts by a contractor of der and stomach. Also
,o\ng\ business In the
bad the he had tbe pocketbook -
landing. He claims for a pavement of culprit as causing detention from business or
and State
'outity Indurated milk the advantages of durability ; on his person. He confessed other Inconvenience: whatever. Action

!mill firm will PRY and nolaeleaauesa.! Perhaps also that he had stolen it, but denied any immediate. Creates /good appe- Nervous

(fired: Dollars for In times of distress and turbulence It knowledge of the watch, but the sight tite. Produces sound, restful sleep.

,ta: ,; a ,f Catarrh that might provide a resource attractive 01 C a rope and a good buggy:whlp wastoo Leaves system of patient In natural, Indigestion lrf

use of Hall's enough to iMvert the populace from much for him and he soon produced condition and without fur.
J. Cheney,. barricades and bombardment of the healthy
the watch; he had it concealed kind. We
c. b\ public forces. It ia sober truth that atthe ther desire for drugs of any '
bscrlbed In the of hilt sock. He was Consumption, or any disease
approaching doll makers' eihlblon \ top part build up the nervous system and remove -
. -, 1 if ;: there will be a great .variety ofobjects tried before Justice Turner and bound the causes of disease. Each of the mucuout mem A, ibranea
'..< : son. to court, and Sheriff Turner took ,
' ubllc. made from Indurated milk. over case Submitted to ua receives Indi- .
'j<.. I e These Include dominos| dice cigar hold him to DeLand Friday afternoon. vidual attention from an experienced

,,'' t'' 1 rnalr e ''s, canes, umbrella handles, forks and ----sq. nerve specialist.FREE .

. r' In 10 and icons. As a Tonic :
Y .
,r, Y +na That i-rince of merchants-John TRIAL TREATMENT
r 41,1, Wanamaker-says: "Noah was the will lie lent to anyone addicted to
wz. a t 1 1r :!'.., M. Mcllany, Greenville, Tex., lint man to advertise. He advertised morphine or other drug habits on re- It gives appetite, builds ?
Nov. ad, 1900: "I had rheuma- the flood and it all right J MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
inter was down in bed six came ceipt of request. This trial will demonstrate up the system, banishes Ir
The fellows who laughed at the advertising OPKALMMUFAC'URIN6the
U its remarkable curative
'd everything but got no that tired feeling,
mo* riend gave me a part of a done by Noah got drowned and value. and 11SOIIYIIIE.ftA U
It served them right: Ever sinceoah'a weak strong
Wlard'sJSnow I
.f lriog time the hustling advertiser Confidential correspondence, eepeciaBy
us a \ot two more bottles. It has been prosperlng\ while the other I 1,with'physlclne: eoHctted. happy. >*
our It.I haven't felt any rbeuor' fellow U \loed up In theflood Write at once fO\2g1'free.' bookletcontalalngvrefcrencW'term
\rheumatic' sciatic or of disaster and around with etc. | \ Br .
pains rub in Ballard's Snow a long face." Nevertheless, our readers I SoLo AND GUARANTEED

you will not suffer long bu; should not fall to make a Dote ofthe MANHATTAN .TmHAWmo SS'l'o", ,
uified with a speedy.and'ef. live up-to-date merchant whose I' : ? k t- s# BN'a t, r tHlR, t T

25c, joe and $1.00 at all ads.will' be,found In .the, columns' of Cl&r.Dept..D.r* Broad\. '. app'. .'NelY\. .,.... ":' "

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Th.e w9ekJ2 : Ne a, DeLa.nd, Fla.. Nover.n.ber: aOt 1903. '",....J"I'I''

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In Circuit Court, 'th Judicial Circuit: of Florida FINANCIAL STATEMENTOf "

la and for Volusla County la Chan -- Florida East Coast Ry. ,

Sc... cery.OLASCO. the Board of Public Instruction for I.

Cuw..I"lo"ot DAVIS, 1 tbe Mouth Ending Nov. 8, 1008. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct. 10, 1903. .

I' ,.. } To Hon. SAM'L JOrDAN Clerk Circuit Court:

I'S BCHTHA DAVIS Duteu1uut.ITRppeIrtHc f Sir-In compliance with Section 8, Chapter I SOUTHBOUND- -READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. "

mOUBLES 48118 Laws of Florida, wa hereby file with you -
by the uBIJavlt of the Com the itemized financial of No.SS No. 29 No. 98 No. 78 .. ..4Dully.
X piumitut too above c...u..,. that rare icsluoave following; statement I I I I D.lly., STATIONS I Dally. Dally. :
I or tlieriefouduuc, llertuu. Ua\l8, Ito1flcot "1 find Thndford'fl all ichool mono)* received appropriationsmade .
Blade-Draught .
unknown but 18 uttt'eved to be within the I aftooii! mediclno for liar dl........ anti warrants Issued for the month ending :.. L . .. .. s.SSOs 7 00 r; L:: .". ..
United UtHtea that tho defuiidant, lluttbuiJavU I Ji! o p 5940a Lv.. .. ....... ....Taclruonville. . Ar a P.. ;: '
; It cured my on ether he had epent tbe Sri day of November A. D. 1MB: .. ... .. .. .. 8 41 a 03 ... '
U over the aiteof tweuty-ouu years, slot). 'Ii .0 oa ; a 0 45 ..... ..........B"Jllokaonvllle. .Lv M II II p "" ; 'oJ[
with doctor. It la all the medicine .

y, iud that or tbn..l" no on person wlioin In would this bind otmetheavrvlLe aldUoCeudnut. I tnlro.fRS.. ('4"OLJNBIII.RTIN. I RECAPITULATION COUNTY FUND.: : M' a a 00 20 v I' .1056..U2lu! ... .. ... ... ... ..:....Amigmiattlie..S UnsUn/r8./ ..... .. .. .... .. 8 0 140.IIlIu.5 4 S S hO 031'P ..is.. po i r- '

.process PnrUeriburg, W. Va. Balance In Treasurer Ha per lost itate- or 5 7 12. .11 45 R .. .. .. .. .. ..E.l'a'AlkA' .. .. . . .. 56441' II4Qp! 1ft '
It la thereupon ordurud that mid defendant, If your I liver does not act regularly meut... ...... . ... .. .. .. ...9._ 81 .!! .7331. ) lnOi, Ar. .. .. . ..1'.1..k..I,'..Of 616... 4 tl0p !!. n" ,0;4'
Bertha DaVIS be audaUeUiHitiuirudtouppuartotue go to your Irnocist/ and From A. C. Crooin... .... ... .......... .. lutf tw ,! '!..U !!_ii. .Lv. .. .. ... .. .. Paitka ... .. . .. .. ..A'' silos 0 9p ;. t dS if: :

bill ot uouiplaliit litreluou i>i ueloiu toeflrat books .... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... a. _
secure u package(( of Thedford's Total receipt.... ... ... ..... .. ....9.6 68 41 Our money winning .30/1 Ar..S.." tlate .co ..l'
Monday lu UeceinUei of said A. It.otherwise IwU buliig-the lll'- -Dmuuht and take dose Cash on baud .. ..... .. ... .. .... .. $,7m WiSJla written by men who know tellyou u.:II . .. Lv .. .. .. .... .. .Sat,.liIntr'o ..... .. ... .. .. .Ar. .4805H A J ;: co!
(alU lie aeventh bill will be day taken. us month vouieanc'd" by sub deIvudant } a all about I ...!!' ;-r- Lv. .. ...... ... .... eolC". .. .... ... ...... ..Lv..ttJ II a.&Ot..ii. o.. :!. .
and will have leave tonight. line great family a! : f a 13 p ...................Buuelis..t Ii roo.,. f 3 43 p i3 ::3. <(
Coiuplatiiuut her. medicine frees the constipated i Warrants drawn this month as Itemized :- ... .820" ...................... II fla. 3 41" J5 o -
to proceed further ex-part0: ordered aa avaluc Unit tula urdur be pubUSUCII bowels. stirs the torpid liver hereIn .... .. .... . . B8S 42 PotashThey .!! 'U 5 05 p .................... .. .................... 6 11 a a 05 p a: r.;. :!. .
ala up .. ....... ........ .... tOn a 6J I
wveka In the l>e- and U .5 .8 oa p ............. .Daytoula 4 ii p nI g
for live New.coiiueeutive, published la causes n healthy secretion KECAPITCLATIOM.' I .2! a 21 p ... ..............POI.t Orange/ ... ............. .. 8 4 47 a 4 3 tI P 5 if n '
Laud Weekly \ oluila a newspaper and btale or ilorldii.Wltuea of bile. Warrant. To whom Isnued. For What. Am are needed by every man I 1Ci.. 5 60 I' ...................Nrw Smyi'ua..3, 4 26 a" 3 21" to.. a
aid County of who owns a field and a plow, and .. ...... B 6H.. 1 03 .. liio
hand and deal of 8uld Couicat Thwlford's Black Draught f'S: rID 10 p '.. .. .. .. .0..1. a P
the Court* my House In IJ..Luol1.01....,.. tOUuIty, will cleunoe tbe bowels of impurities ((1154 6 J.W.E.W FranuUNo.Campbell: : No.80 .80..:::...::::.:... 10X0 10 00 who desires to get the moat out ;;.. al: Ii aO p .. ........................ ( ,(,' Ulll..t. S s ISa la..13391'a 1 16 p i.'aOs I ;.;. ..

iluUdu, thUUrdday of AovwnOer A. 1>. l od. and the kid. 0 L. E. Udum No. 17 ... ..... 10 OO) of them. p
strengthen .
111 to u f 3 30 ..........R'k, .s i 28.a Ill 3S p .
Ii.-\.M'L JUKLIAN, Th.yare/.u. Send postal card. i. I V. 0
U. .. ..... .. .
\ Clerk Circuit \'ourt.NU'l'lCK neys. A torpid liver invites 7 A. )J. Howfm, No. 4 ttU I "J.. .I Illu. & 001'.... ...... .. .. .E II ( ... .11111812 Op !!I.I I.
ISeaIJ. : No 18 and 47. ABO IIEUI KALI WOBKSfw il
8 Bonil Lumber Co, .
1I1 ........... ,. 1 46 .a a!, ''tln.
!! 2fa..131' ,
colda biliousness chills and II U. W, .FIsher No.lW 8. D.... .. .. 1064 T.rk-.. M__ Stmti, I oo I .
Of) on I Wa.. & 63 II .. ...... .. .. .. .. .S'IJ: I OIl' a MIT'IOo. 90 0 r: ..
fever und all manner of siclc- 61UO' O. W. Fisher 00.' tx. '' 110' a' s ............ 'un ,. I 10 29 .I co 0 .
4's tit f I 40
UK APPLIOAUIUN tOU TAX 1 J.J.uuers.1io.ec...::: :::::: :::::: tf UOg ..._... S H ... Brw4 St. : a I
ness und contagion Weak kidneys I : 3 .iI a .11611' .. ... ... ..... .... .11eap.10il. : S..
\c. DtKD lJl>Ui-K bi-U'lM 8 ulo'l Now Pub. Co. printing .. 00U .25 .. ...... ... ..... blue..5. \. ... '
t result in Dright's disease ; fIl8".rOI3p. :!. _..
." UU Al-lk.lt 4SbS L"vb Ut tLJK'VTOriCB Bert Hsh Of. Lxp.......:::: ::::. .. Iii 91 11 f II 4a. s 0 17 p. .. ...... .... ..... .. ': 21..0. 40a 51 '; S'' __.---."'
which churns aa many victims! 4 J. U. Jo..ke.ONu.Cum.I IJU I.- .... .. ..... ..
I 5 2 411 a s 8 II .. .. ... .11161'.0.' a !!: ; --
1Dt. j as consumption. A 25-cent 5 Mary (Owen; UiaU Com... . . a (JOtf at-. fl: 611 a a 0 31".. ... .. .... .... ... 03.., .. 981a t; Df820s16574 -_ -'"
;" that C. L. HulcblnJLi package of Thedford's Black- Mary' Stone Orad. Com. ... ... ... .. 000T : .:: .. .. ... .........), ? (' ...
la hereby glvun'lux Cvitlnuuturno; .. 41--. O. o. familnir, hxuui'r : .:: U 00Einilt THIRD LUNG FOR FIREMEN.farlalon uti! .B.8a.713p... ........ ... .... .W..otJllplt..r. .. ... . .. .....1019paB6Ia"' ...
son,purchaser ol I'ruugLt should always be keptin H ; MoHulv salary:::::::: :: 85(10H .
i him nieuaaul .. .20 as 7 t7 t II. .. ....... ... .\\01.' l'alll1 1I".ob.I. n p. 8 };-R a I .. f ;
uaied be Bd cay ot July. A. ) luuu uiudeappllcutluu j the Luuse. l\Iercll..ntllll..nk. fal. H. F. P. . M 00 C z" .611..a813p. ....... .... ....B"yl1..'" .. .. .... ... ... ....ael. :!. .It'r,1I1t & :iiii
cerrmoale lu.my ollice. aud lu thiS aicordaucu (1170 lllldit !\f..II..l. ........ .. .... US 00 Device to Avert Smoke N iIl0ll..821p .. .. ...... ... )... ..... .... ........... 3ps sIft N" "
fur tax ueed Ki issue "I used Thedford' Black- 1 Mollle Stone, Sal. ... ... .... .. .. .. WOO .00Ia.9071>. ..... .... .. .Ft. I.R'I with law. Suid c-c-ruflcuu'. eiubiacea Draught liver and kidney. com- :2/ May MabbetteSal..... ..... ........ 8760 SosTooatlon. is :. .' 02.. a al g' = '
::I f02:1..231.: .. ... ... .. .... .... .JIII..l1cl..le., ... ......,......f739..a087". / "
... toliuwlutf UcucrlUoa' pruReity aituated lu plaints and found nothing to excel 3 Verde Urttvvdy, Sal ..... ....... soot() That be may with Impunity rush into on.. .06I1a.et7p... . .. ... Limo, City .:.. .. ... .7:0"a81'O.' I' .

lusts L'l ofi uuuuIy ul ktfe t leu beu'lua 1.:,,town 1'" 17; South .. th.// blebead.i."- 111. COFFMAN, Idar- 5 4 Nellie WI..ol..Llnq..lat.S..l.Furen Sal.... ................... ............ 80 WOO Ot Ore aDl1111mok.e. saving the lives of otli- : 8_7 2.!?, oa PI A.t. ... .. .. . .. ., )lJ,1J.\ .. .. .. .. T.vs. '1 03 p 0 till"' ;:: 1 tt 1k:: 'JIJ I ISCllJiJDtLES'

Eaul, 4U ...,re.. tf A. M. Vlmrtoii. Sal 68 8ftT ers with u modlcuiii of UsU to his own : OF BRANCH LINES. J'l j
'rbe Multi ,mud being on-xmed& at the date THEDFORD'SSTEVENS K.M. }ure'u: Sal. :::::::::: :::::::: 44)00Mary : :; : "
,. the l8uance ot aucucei, titluuie In thu uuuieg tf Jetei.snl 00 the Tuilslaii fireman Is to be proUleclwith .
ofjauiea Y. Uordcn. Liilo.s.uid ccrilncate V >.i llle Mann; Sal i' '' ': ::::::::::::::: frt 10BlbO I a third luntf. This new member SANFORQ: ,6 :NCH. f I. ORANGE CITY BUANOH."r :;

;i ahall lie redeeuitd aocurdlug tu h'w. tax deed A. )1111111. Sal .... ..... .. ..... ... ..... B5 00 will JNO"ll -- .
otttcial be
't.' will lauu the*eou ou the tu uay ol Itoctuilicr, 1 Nuts I. M.lIIaJb..Ue. Sal ....... 60 00 of his anatomy nearStrapped I I --"'- I No. 3 i No. I :::: I No. 2 No. ,\
j A 0. 1VUH.Wltnean. 6lACIDAU'"T{- 1' h. \Vc-thert-ll. "t"u ... ...... ... . 80 (OO to his back. '1'hu8IU'cuutl'r4a1 _r.. .. TATIONS GNO.12! ))lIlIy Daily DATIONS. I1)aIl7 1)511)'. :"'
my ofUuial tlguature and seal this 8 Edna Wlllacombr, Sal. ...... .. .... 45 00) the llreman breathe air .7 06 a tie.; ... .. Tlttaviile. ..A..13 6l' I ,..,
the orb day of Aovvuibci, A. A). luotl. 4 I. A. Bennett, "Suit!..... .. . . . :37 SOB may purest I .
f7 18 .V,. .... .... ........... f13 371' s 8 tIp .11)) lOit Lv. .N. Smrn. Ar.165p '.7 lOp ', .
(Seal.J BAM'L U. JUUDAN D. \VJckUiiDi Of. Exp.... . ....... 100 while working In that most foul. 1888.,/Iv....... .... O..en, ...........Ar UI :S's'' 5 3 U.. oil :list Lv. Lair'' Hel..n .,Ar r t i lOp, .0 00 p ,
Clulk: Circuit Court V oluaia County, tla. II J. H. Hibbard poatuire......... .... S 00 First there la a mask which may be ..11a J..v...... ..Enl..rl'rl.e.. .. ... .. ..Ar all OO, 5 3 55p all lIla" Lv.O."Il". t111r; Ar s 100"1-0" U tIll 1
r' 7 Dertriau, Sal .... . . 88 BJtf 80 R Ar .. .. . s."rnr .. ... ..J.v .10 BOil'' a. 001' all 45itAr.Or.'ltyJo.Lvr12fhps535J' .
1.. t ramov, board:.: :: ::: : ::,:.: 15 OUU attached to the helmet by means of '\

1 NOTICE OF APFUOAI1ON tOK TAX J. I.. Chandler. bo'n..I.... .. ..... .. .. 14 00 The visor of tnicu Is protected No.23 No. 21 No 19 No. 17 Ne. 18 No. 20 Ne. 22 . .1.
liKED LNUEU bKfliON 0 Ob UUAF- 01VO B. F. Knappo oo..r.I.. ... .. ... .. ... 14 00 / / KAYPORT r ".
.. 1 J. J. Vlnzaiit. rrs. Com. .. 643 by ,,'Ire.ttnchetl to the air reservoir SundRY Sunday Dsii. Dilly BRANCH 1>0111'. D.1I7. Sunday __.4.
: 'lk.lt 4868 LA\Vt 0.. Dl-OulUA. 3V. A. McBilde: S. 1). No.:jj : :.. ::: .:: 10 008tl8 or "lung," U. a copper tube. which ._!azonly.! : ...\tn': only _

NOTICE la hereby: iflv n that' C. F. Jolly, 42 transmits compressed air to the mouth 5 1 OOp 010 OIIa. S 301' S Cl) ate' ....... ..baektonvill ...... .. 8 (0") 5 5 4 (Op 013 301'
.._n_IIMUMInf____ __ _TMK__ l.itrtlUouti__________* -Ao.__ U7.'T .301 polO 111. U 0 31 T'' 5 8 08a ............ Jatk.U........ 7 1111 n. t 33 p eli 23 p
..aLaitthe. ad Ii..y ol July A.!). iwio baa flietialtl I We certify that thin" statement I I. true andcorrect of the wearer. A second tube emits .3tO".lo.a..10p.u... .... .. ...... .... ...... .. ... .Ar..s. .. n..tOJp.1I611...
nuriltlcale lu ui)'uuii-u, mId b.. rustic ap- III every particular. 13 to p flO 110. f S 15 p f' 8. a It....... ....I .nll. Boocb...... .. 7 16 a f 3 C6 p fll 45 a
plicnUou lot t.x Uu.. d to ....U.. i'l accurUaucewitnluw. BERT: FISH, J. L. CHANDLER 5 a 00 p 1111 hiS s S S 40 I' "U 110 .,,1r. ... .... ..M.yport .. .... 1 Vu a 3 to l' ,,11 110 a .
tfuid cei. tidcutu ciubiauctf the fullowluu ,- Stc. Bd Pub. Ins. Chairman. .
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ile.C u oil piupultj. MltualvUlu VuiuaU I 'S. These Time Tablei show the tiro?* at whlth t% IIt. ranv: bo <>ziic>ctoil to aulve" and dopnrt ..J' .
county frlolUIn, ti. wilt from the several stations, but their a.rival or departure at Lime II.11 no .''l\lell. not g".ran'I.. ..
tI\t 01 swfe bee V, 11 1U South K M Euut 40 nor does tbe Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there. \. .
acreo.Tuu. from. ,-
said land being usoenstd at the date of An Ingcenloui Fire EUonpe.

the lieuHUCu ot "uc.. cuitiiluatu, lu Lila nuinuof The l liitost fire escape contrivance j
U. N. iNiiiunn V... .... solo ceilitlo t, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
consists of block of metal
cute shall Uo ieuuiuii.u ucouiUmai tu ,..w. UIAdeud a strong

..' will .,Iwne A.1J..lllOl.lht>rt.ou ou tile :
, Wlln.... ,uiy oincuu, itfiiatiiiu aud scat tills langeil piillpys) through which the rope Oommanoinar .pt.inb e!..30, 1003 '
iOth duy \uviuiuc-i, A.l>. IWAJISt.l p1158(15.' Tlie device la such that thereIs \ 1
) SAM'L. L>. JllKDA.N i NORTH BOUND .. '
SL. _S_' Cierk; Circuit Couit, V viuaiaco., r.a' n constant> : friction ou the rope. L LT Miami 3undaT> 1'1tlda: ,..... .. IK a Havana, Trmmdim, .. .... ..1I00n'n c> ,;t;
which cnn be Increased by a alight II 1' Ilsiit ; Ar Key Wait Sundayi and Wednaadaya.. ( 16 |I' tr Kn \\ rut Ihumrinyf .. .. ..... .. 8 30 p ,
.. A Lv Key \\eit t5'edne.days. ... 9 43 p Lv KfT: \\ mi Ion. ay. "''HI| Krld.ys.. .1 J Ill i .it ,.
the lower
: In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida pressure on part. person "rH..Th..rod..y.. .., . Ol6" Ar Mlunil lon w. I own-Ing! himself' can completely control ... ... -- .. ..- -- -.- -..- ,.7
in and for thu of \oluala. In
Lounty Ills itePKtit or actually stop at nn> Anadillt'on to above Steamships .111 operated h.tw..n. Krj West an I Havana an follows: ::: ,\
E Chancery. Lv.K..yW..t'I'n".y..n,1 Frlcliya .. .7 30 p| |Lv Hav n. I'tmsdivs and, !Petunia! \s. 13 no n'n .;.
. The Florida Coast Line Canal ) No t'r.l'\ ', now-ft-dai-ii! unless ha own.. ag.od point Py nn Ingenious; arrungemei Ar_HavanaTueadaya and Saturdnyi .B 00 aj Ur "..tWe.' luej.lavand. 8j.mrrltty-. .. .8 hIp ;
I _
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andl jr bHOTULN. Tb ro It a .
'f' T.an.port..Uon.OIUP"O)' | chano to do nine ihootititr. untl no port. U mor. of tho pnll-ys utter one person has d.Mc0fl(1tl .' -- --- -.- .: I Corporation "tc., j f.. lattbf| or l tnittiv*. the block und sllugs cnn b For oopy of local Time C.rdo.or other Information arldre any Airent
,. Coinplttiuaut, 1 "W.IIAVO for thu boy our. .,
> ,... "STEVENS-MAYNARD JR." at $3.OO /julk-il qUiCkly] to the top again read /"l J. O. RAHNER. Asat. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUCUSTIHH FLA. :
The Ellsworth Trust, etc.. and cliitrles I "CRACK SHOT" at 4.OO"FAVORITE" 'or nl .
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H. | No. 17 .t 6.00 'S. .
Dcfenduntu Th.,"ro all good 4TRONO SHOOTERd MdPISTOLS .' :
NOT1E.: TO CURE A COLO IN: ONE 1>AT, S. ; Are You Going North or West ?

w.also...k. 'Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
'HE EII8wortb Trust Conipuu, a -
corporation AND SHOTGUNS '
,- "S t organized und existing U 11 laws of the I state ot lowo, und Charles H. !I Anv tlfttter I In portlntf' RoodA will furnleb: it falls to cure. E. W. Grove' THE
Hart defendants above named In the above | 8Tb.VE>S UllLAHMS.: fan fcfeft a lub- jli'nature is on each box. 25c.
entitled cause, are hereby reiiuireil to appearto I tltut\.. If you ctuinotoblafnthvtn .....sill ihip I LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R. R. : t
tbe bill of complaint Bled bu-eln a".III.1tbew. (.zprM prepaid)IOU receipt' of prlc Sood for 40
catalog which do.oribus! our comp! t U. -- -- --- ------ --- ----
on or before Monday, December 7th our FIRKUAN: EQUIPPED FOB \tOBR. .
A.D. 1WW. I ____
The be Land Weekly News, a newspaper pub- J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., the used air. The air U Injected Into Trains carryIng Pullman Sleepers. up-to-iluto Coaches, fuu Il'clllllltj.llIloIr\ ('u... __ .
liahed at IJeLand. oluaiii county rloildu is P. O BOXSO9ICHICOPEE the man's real lungs ut a normal pressure und Uliilnu Cars butwetiu Southern and .Oorth..n.IU..'.. Time hlueac UlnliiM Cur 8ui: 'vice 114. -
hereby designated us the newspaper In which FALLS. MASS. One Cent Word thu fruutli.* I .
order is for & so that biunthlug Itself la- rendered via L. A N.
. this to appear once a week n\e ( ) All Agents sell through tickets :

oouaecutlve weeks well nigh mechanical. For rates schedules und, sleeping; car reservations apply to .
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huud and seal of said Court
. Witness my at --. -
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..::... DeLunil, Voluslu Cotint>. ,,rlotldu this Sind = -- --- -- The ears are lu no way obstructed J. M. FLEMING .

,_, ,- day of November, A. U. IMS.SEAL. '\ and the ringing. of a tiny bell is the Florida ruHgeiitfi ,AKOIII

[ Clerk.]Circuit Court SAM VoluaiaCounty L D: JORDAN, LSPPINGOTFMONTHLY Advertisements of ten words or more under !remaus' wauiliiK that the supply of C. L. STONE, G. P. A., 206 West Bay tot., Jacksonville, l-'la.

:s I." Bryan t Bryan this bund Inserted for ONE CENT A WORD, compressed air In hid knapsack Is run Louisville Ky.FACTORY .

Hollcltora and of Counsel for Complainant. cash in a J vance. each luatrtlou., No advertisements ___ __ __ __ ___ _l
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accepted for lean than 10 un... ning low. He must then hurry away '
;:. and be newly "charged.
- FAMILY LIDRARY FOR RENT. The Invention Is that of a member of .n

1" Club to Make Fllrtlnw Coatly. The Best In Current Literature : iOR RENT-House of Ten room, furila'iedcuiuplvtf. the city -tire department. The contrivance .
p-: A bundled jouug wen of the most l' Hot und cold water bin'ha. One will\ be put Into general use In

-. ,. exclusive society lu St. Petersburg have 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY block ward from UuLandIT pout. oftlO f1'
I" !{ Just established a club to be known as MANY SHORT STORIES AND
of tbe Enemies of 1 tire League PAPERS OM TIMELY TOPICS .
E r Hutchliigon Amelia Aivnue. tf PLOWING WITH AUTOMOBILE .,;
.. says the New York World. Hereafter LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

: when youthful Impulse betrays o $2.50 PER YEAR : 25 era. A COPY f tL L'?OK KENT:'> -Small cottage on end or North AdaptabIlity to Farm Cses of Ordinary "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"
INO CONTINUCO:: STORIES 1.: limile\uril. partly furnished. Inquire of .
: leaguer Into the Indiscretion of a wink It. Fraiick or at this otlice. 11-18 Machine Demonstrated.An .
kiss not sanctioned by the laws of liVERY NUMBER COMPLtTC IN ITPglF J1ILf1TLJ 1JLJ1tiu1JLUUUiJ'1JiiLfAflf Uu1J1-JUb1-
5' or a L Interesting experiment was recently
strict propriety he will pay a fine of __ hh I.-OK Bath RENT and-electric Eight, room liitht furnished. Apply to house.I 8. D.. tried on the Ituaer estate atAahtabulu you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -

$600. A second' offense will cost' $1,600 Joidan Dyl.uiul. FlaPOIt 0., where sparks from. a <,

and tbe third violation of his oath of It's For You RENT Small passing train had set fire to the glass |i I Dr t the kind that shoots where you
cottane on Boulevard',
: : Initiation! (to abjure all flirting forever) C quiet neighborhood unfurnlihed. Apply In the adjoining meadows. To cope ", point your gun buy Winchester Factory

",;. will mean expulsion. Tlie extenuating New* office. with the fire plowing was necessary' I ,

j circumstance of a fall from grace Utfie and the hones not belug available at Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with

fact that the sinners' repentance FOR SALE. that hour, the owner's automobile was "
-- ---- Black "Leader" and
powder "Repeater loaded
f, fund goes to the poor.: (..'OU SALE-Japuneao augar Cane for aeed pressed into service. Hopes from the ; '..

i.rlce.Heavy Addrewt rower, SIDE-HILL for Stock DAlhY or Syrup Del GoIng.and. ends of the singletree were attached ,with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester -

rla. l1--.O to the tear axle of the machine. :Mr

r Southern Baser held the plow bundles and his Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.
Georgia p 1'OK 8ALKino pair rood work mimics,
F. wagon antI hninusa cheap. Inquire of K. brother operated the automobile. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
Franck or at Ibis office. 11-18 Furrows were turned but it was t

found to be Impossible! to operate the
I. at "e.'y low price-Conalstinar of 60 acres, machine slowly enough to get the best

Florida Railway 10 acres were In orange grove and piped with results. In older to do this it would -- --- -- -- ...
AND IUM ft 8-ln. cement pipe, all' still In brood or
doe und land very fertile-beat condition, for be necessary to gear down the machine I

raising sugar citne. About Sucre, were leveled I to a slower rate of speed. The
over the wan r, and better land for
".uwauee ..*.1' Boat." The Great Health Drink! raisIng celery I saul all ...r.ou gardening aalubtrrlBHtlon tendency of the plow was to skim the ATLANTIC COAST[ L'NE' :
always make good cropa. ground In places; and It was with difficulty Aai1road.
locution for
Splendid ralalnu cattle aa It II
that the handles
f" close to good range. Nino-room bouae all man at the plow

Dispensed at all Sod Fountains ccMETTO plastered and mostly papered Good water. could keep up. The automobile t "
barn and much fruit AddrewJ.
lobed ule In Effect June 28. 11108. R. HURST, however served tbe place of a plow : Cc: :
, Lake Helen Fla. horse sufficiently well for the purposeof

for mixing Syrup with U Ice put waterIn up FOR SALE.. of-Box A good lltt DeLand horse and fla.VOR .pony. In. ground breaking and the up work the surface was done of more the The Great Through Car Line From H '

julie Flyer. Quickstep the Summer time and .
J.-.!: Lv Pslatk............ .... ftfOpin' S 16am BALE Steam Launch rapidly than It could have been In any
; Lv Jaok:..oiiTllle. .... ....... 7 Wpm! 11 T 4A 00 amArTKton am with hot water In the! Win. JT: fittings: -will carry 15 persons., 8tl Price, all also new other way.* .

;;>; ArV..ldoat..H..................W 06pll1.84 am W 9 a pm ter time. Specially adapt. 6 uasollne. Launch.Price *14ftlontr 8&. Just.ou* year old carry; The firsttest led to another In a few CONNECTIONS: '
t"". .., ArCordehi ................ I 4oan 1 48 pin 'ed to family me either as Lake.person No licenses. needed. to Address* boat John for Blue B. days when an acre and a half of grass t.
.. ''l, ArMaoon.....'''.'''.''' ''' 840am 4 10 pin drink I Uarrl. Saint Francis, Florida.' was, to be mowed. Here too, It was OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Sarani
O. of OA.ArAtlanta .
a beverage or EAST
.. (4 .5. .. .. .........,.. 7 Mam 7 U pm of WANTED. found Impossible to operate the machine 10TH// I ton, Richmond and Washington!: t k ,.
taking the place tea,
N.0. 8T. U.
:' Ar Cbattunouiia... ....... 1 00 pen 100am as slowly as was desirable. lJO\"- VIA ALL-RAIL. Pennsylvania Railroad. ,
f"-t\-: Nnhvllle. ...,........... 8 46ptn 8 40 am coffee, etc. 1\I ANAGEK WANTED-Truatworthy lady ever It was proved that a piece of ,
.t lu. CUT. H. B. :J. or gentleman to manure business Vc- Th Louisville (
.u-: which would three. hours and NaaUtlllo via s5L;
t.,..;i .AI' 8t. Loul. ..,,......... .Jf testis 7 M pm maui county and adjoining territory for well grass require T0THE WEST MontI/om/
.,..." ," :':t"l, .L. as N. lL A.. Itandlug.. .&.OO.tralll'bt cash salary end expenses hour with automobile the motive Tlie Mablle: and Ohio Railroad via MOB .
} r Louisville ........).... I so sin 186 am 25c. 1 Quart, 75. i Gallon paid euoh Monday byuh ck direct from an as (,

;. / ,ArCinolmuistI.....-, .', .. 110am 406pin $1.3o.; 1 Gallon, $2.50.\ headquarters. Expense money advancedliro: power. The Rasers' machine, which It Via Savannah suit Venn Steamship ,.
V..I.B.B. sition permanent. Address
r\\ .. .. .... .. AI..e.1 of the gasoline type weighs 1,800 Phils'elphia aDd lintton. .
; .1 Chicago .. ..; .,915am Moon Uldg, Ctalo III. shj
-e Directions : Two table- pounds, and has a seating capacity for EAST I VI" Norfolk? Steamer for'New ... ,,
. train from Jackson-villa to MaoonVV ;
.. ; dolli spoonfuls used to a glass of TOTHE .
Hntber Sweet Powders for four
,:S Train from Palatka: connect a( Valdoata 2c. Gray's Children. persona.P Baltimore. .
Costs leas than
. train going Dorth from Jacksonville., : water. Successfully used by Mother
;; with ; Gray, nurse In VIA STEAMSHIP. VU Havannab S.
C S Local Bloeper on Dial Vlyer train for a glass. the Children's Home in New York Curos F.- and Merchant and <
'c MOOOD remaining In depot nnul 7 80 a. ra. verlahnesa. Bad Stomach: Teething Disorders, TT.rf.l Coast Can*. for Baltimore and Fb .5 5: _lt .?
: .. Pullman Buff-it Bleeping Car from Jack move and regulate the Bowels, and Destroy In the gun trials conducted by tim miles f
.*.--., aonvllla to St. LOUIS vi. above route without Tropical MannfactnrinaConipaDy Worms. Over 10.000 testImonial.. THIT NEVER Chilean naval To Key West sale by thepHAVANA.
commission Messrs.
w' change of oar oa Dixie Flyer train alao TAIL. At all '8o. Sample FKEE. Via "
S-d Pulltaan flneet sleepers on same train to Addi ess Alien 8.'lJf.td.:: L* Roy N. T. 124 Vickera Sons & Maxim have established -rii u :'- via '
. oh.uS.r JACKSOSmiE. FLORIDA.W. Allan +
u'r Cblcaro without a
a record In power for their 7}! .
; for acbedule anil other Information ad. I .
r J:... dreta, .1. H. BArFTBHV. It Keeps the Feel Warm and Dry inch naval or coast defense \ Orm -2! Agents Atlantic Co ':
.V ,; -Dtitrlct Paw. A.t. 281 W. Bay St. B. FUDGER Ask today for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It .
1..,... .Or '. Jaukaonvllle Fla.. Sold by G. W. FISHEU, cures Chilblains, Swollen,Sweating,Sore Aching of those guns. made for the new Chilean :I..19aj: :. :
% '' C. B. HHODE8 Damp feet. At all druggists and shoe battle .hlp Librtad, can pcrforal D. STARK, .
.1' ... Ga., Faaa., Agt.- .Maoon Oa. W. W. ALCOTT. stores, 260. 12-8 the latest type of six Inch armor. nt Interchangeable Mileage Tray. Pass. Agekit. '

..: principal railroads In the 8 1 jso yule Y
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,' muge of between three and tour miles -
e 1 agents. / HAlO, .5 4
S ;Through Pullman Sleeper 4tgt 11fthgtJ ..- '

WORM DESTROYER.White' Lines also via Atlantic Coasr., ; '
To Cold For reservations and tat
a. Day kf'orwrite
Cream Vermifuge not only : 5W

kill worms, but removes the mucus FRANK C. BOYLSTON L' P3s. .
and tlime in which they build their CovmercUl Ag-ent.

nests; it brings and quickly a healthy 188 Wst Ray Street,Ator

p-s at alt.4I'J1UiU'.1: ', :., c sr.._ s"R ''. f i '"
... ...,. ,' *'. )Sw 4jtI. 1tt

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St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Sun ,
fc / i **>s'** > sl -/ ** ** I
day, Nov 22-Children's service, 101 OUR ADVERTISERS -

w-d- # Made to Fit the Purse e a. m.; Sunday School 10:15; choral ,

celebration of Holy Communion with
Names of People.Who Patronize
sermon, 11 a. m; evening service, with (,[, Rest on 52 years of ';
Well as the Mane f
address, 8 p. m. The News. t f successful business...

Brill will have-a nice lot of Xmas Following' is a complete list of those
0 "VVe Hare Men's and Boys' All Wool Suits, $5.00 e goods, the autumn crop.S. whose advertisements will be found In l- r

) ,' 0 and $6.50.Men's O TUB NEWS. As! we endeavor to keep .
Hodges announces that be will .1elJ
Better Grade, $8.00 and $9.00. 0 be a candidate next year for the position out of our columns all irresponsiblepersons .1' I
we have no hesitancy In recommending -
of tax assessor. Mr. Hodges held
0 Men's Best Grade, in Newest Patterns, those whose names are
this position-In Volusla county In the I
$10.00 found In the following/ : 1
$12.00 and $13.50.
early 80's. He was a Confederate sol-

0o dier, and is an old resident of the OKOCKK9.: e To serve you when
W. W. A Icott
't (e Come Let Us Fit You.IVICELROY'S. county. The present assessor, Samuel White/ '' Front& tSpiirkuiim Urouery .... 1 Y In need of Paint....
B. Wilson, will be a candidate again. OE
1)RT aOOIlS.SHOKt: riftNI9IIIMU) <

e Marsh Bros. are now handling' the U. A. nreku&Cu. ..
finest western meats F. P. MeJolro: )'

DeLand is enjoying a veritable
building boom. More homes have
eoe been built here the past six months
... Berry Kent
than ever before in an entire year. Mcutt HodifklnaimiTOUIHTS

oooooooooooooooooooooooooog The friends of Mr. C. II. Dearborn The boom is unabated, and it Is Impossible AND 91ATIONKKS.!: -i Covers a multitude .. '

Local and g gg. will regret to learn that, owing to a to get a carpenter or painterto W. A. AllL-ni Co. of sins... j'
figure on work to be done at
serious illness he once. I
Personal Briefs spending the winter In DeLand for They are all engaged for weeks! and !:. BICYCLES!! FIT It Ml I'DICK.Bluelow .

months ahead. Hardware Store Tht Htath A Mltllgan Paint .0.... building | i
oooooooo'S 0000000000000000 first time in Wutti at Mlllur
twenty years or more. (Also Uiideitukliitf) and keeps them tram decay. Ili{ '

Miss ." <>W9l'Ii who ls Ezra D. Barker, likewise a DeLand Mrs. R. P. Moore has rented the MEAT MAKKKTS Established 1851.HEATllft .
a ; Lydia Enterprise winter sojourner, will also not return house known as the Hamilton House, Marsh Bros.Th .
'teaching' the public scfcSgJj.1 Dliase this year for the game reason. LATER. furnished it completely and I is I now .. Mi rket on the Corner MlLLIGAN( MFf Cq W/alffiS&A
this year, visited t S prepared to take tourists or students. IiTAT.ONtRNOT.ONS.. .
-Just as we go to press we learn oft Good
comfortable, neat bed.
'Uamlln on North Boulevard oturday. F. O. Hrlll
'bc..death of Mr. Barker, which oc rooms. Rates, $2 per day, $7 per week. J. A. Erlc'kson I

curretrJ. .his home in the North last Special rates for season or school ATTOKNKY4-/T-I.AW, -.--- -
Rev. W. J. of Gaines- year. C
Carpenter Sunday. X.... I I J. E. Alexander
ville:; who was the guest of the local A number of the pupils of the public Bert Fish '
Mr. A. H. Kylantr,. who is at St.Luke's J. W. 1'f rkiimrnvsiciANs The Racket Sto e
W. C. T. U. Thursday and Friday, attended I school gave Miss Nina Robinson a ,
hospital Jacksonville, is Improving ANI stt KUKON' ,
: )..
chapel exercises at the University surprise party Saturday afternoon. 1,<;,
rapidly and hopes to be home E. T. Allen
Friday morning and made a The afternoon was pleasantly spent Vela 1 Z. llnereukeOenrifM J. A. ERICKSON l" J
soon. I ,
'most pleasing address to the students. in' playing/! games, etc. John MttuUlarmld A. IMMn
Miss Helen Montreville, who has A. B. Munson DRY GOO, SHOES HATH: NOTIONS, NOVKLTIKS, JEM ELUY rl I

r Mrs. E. H. Conrad was up from OsY been visiting Miss Oleic Painter In Fine Evergreens for hedge or lawn. DENTISTS.W. : MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; MUSIC, E'lO.

+ teen over Sunday, visiting friends. Jacksonville several weeks, returned See K. H. Hayward now. 3t v S. Taylor \\I I
a .. Agent for the SINGER: the best Machine in the woild. All kinds of
Mr. J. L. True of Orange City was home Wednesday.. New Smyrna bas organized a baseball INHUKANCK, HEAL KSTATK':
Sewing Machines repaired and pltl'ts> fl1Jni -L(1.
.; in town Monday. Mr. True is looking club and proposes to "do up" the E. If. Hayward.
;r. Mrs. J. H. Kruse, who was. taken to A. 11. Hutchinson
DeLand team at various times Best and cheapest HARNESS in the city. IIRJ.tJNHoIl''l'nua; )pioiupilyA
for a fine season at "The Trues" this Jacksonville to have an operation during Slliis U. Wrlvlit \ ] }
.winter. season Smyrna is ABSTRACTS. ,
performed, has been subjected to a
full of who will .. .
Mrs. W. C. Jackson and children second operation. At last account, sportsmen, probably Yolunln County Abstract Company. -

Jackson finance their team if it shows any LUMHKK T ;il.:< KTC. _
Green -
JifJ.i; have joined Mr. at she was getting on very well. JJNU VY -
strength whatever.
--- Bond Lumber Company
\\jr ?expect;< Mrs. George T. Haynes spent the John T.Cairns (Also HulMlim Contractor) LAW DEPARTMENT
) Marsh Bro deal in the Best Florida -
1" ... week in Jacksonville. -" HOTELS IIOAHUINO! HOIT' *;!"' .
...' Meats. Polite attention. -t --0 F--i-
? Quick
:T '" ent. i Dennett House.
I Mr. E. L. Bond was shaking bands delivery. C Turner tin,,,
'l'( :' Mr. and Mrs. T. Woodson now. Winter Homo JOHN B. STESTON UNIVERSITY
I' Jave eighteen University students i with DeLand friends Tuesday.Mr. The Hotel Putnam opens Decemberfirst WELL DKILLINU ,

'. ; |>'stopping with them at the Floral R. J. Bishop and family of Emporia Gould, under the management of the H. C. HJ.M..I DE LAND._ FLORIDA... .+.I
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"' 3rove. spent Sunday in DeLand. MEDICAL AUVKRTISCMKNT9.: "
j. ., JOHN F. FOKUKS, I'll. !nI.HEln' J. TAltli.Vlf; I.I. II.,
1t"Mr. Harf* Andersen Pieraon was Thankbirlvlng!' and Christmas Turkeys Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ))
t A large number of people attended at Jacksonville': prices. Leave Hood PiepurittlormIT. I'I.ebidellt.. .. t'IIII.
:t DeLand business Tuesday. '
on Pierces Golden MeUlcul Discovery -- ------
)' the social given at the home of Mrs. orders with George' Hutchinson. 4.'astoriaTropical

,,;.)j.11I'.tD Editor S. W. Johnston and family W. A. Allen Tuesday afternoon for \ : ManufuctnrlnK Company Winter Term Commences Wednesday::! Sept. 30, 1903
Dr.Mllus NcrvineWtuo
'i' ''fo11 benefit of the Public School Improvement Game Warden Kurtz, who has been .
.f' ire boarding at the Olive Branch. the ot CurlulhlanhettanThcrnpeutlc
: > i ,. over on the coast watching for viola AssoclullantKrbtne ..
. Society. Tea, cocoa and TWO YEA US' Ol'RSE-The; Law Department of John B. Stetton
"s'l\ \: ', )l Miss Minna Meyer of Jacksonville, wafers were served, and $7.25 made. tors of the fish law, came home on II. f:. Hucklln & Co. University fives a Two Year Course, lerulinir to the Degree -

, t an alumnus Stetson, '97, is expected An oyster supper or something of the Saturday, and is now Keeping his eye NHOTOl: A It MS, KTC. .* (! of LL. f J.

frr" to arrive in DeLand an early date kind be given soon. on a few reported violators in this WlneheterArms JHanHJIITS: : : TO Till: UAIt-Tbp Diploma of the Law: Department rl,
'I to take chase of the physical cul may section of the county. J. HM'\W8 Arum & TnolaCvugrany' of John H. Stetson t'nlversity admits to the H. r.FLORIDA .
: rLK.ADIMi: ) t AM> ritAC'lHK{ ; : Course In KloritUI'lcadintr
1\'j. ;'Ji' ture work >u tbe gymnasium. MIss Mrs VV. C. Cannons will entertain a
: ClydeSteumsltip !Lino and Practice niuler) a prominent member of the
I Meyer will be a most decided acquisition number of lady friends l with a euchre Oysters every Tuesday and Thurs- tlmirirlii Southern! il Flnililu' Hallway Florida Bar will extend throughout the school yi-ar.

:'i ",'i'},>f to life in* the university, and party at her home on Indiana avenue day evenings, at W. W. Alcott'a. Florida l.ould\'III.KHHI and CUllS;Na-h\ll.; Itiillwuy,, ].. Hallway THE LlUlUH\'-'l'be Law Library: of John II. Stetson University' is

'1 ttl; r her old friends are looking forward toj: this (Friday) afternoon. The second dance of the Rubbletl- Atlantic. Const Line Ititilway the beat in Florida with possibly one exception I

' SCHOOLS AND COI.LKOES: For Information irartliiiir the Law Tlt'1"'l'tm'nt.IIloh"'HM.
. her return with the utmost pleasure
.: y ubtub Club the Putnam
\ Mrs. Spangler has opened a dancing was given at John I II. Stetson Vnltcrslty ALBERT J. FARRAH. LL. B. DIAN. LAW D. T" DlLNO FLA.For .
I .SB ..-Stetson Collegiate. I' last The will lllfnl Ion other tnlilicxH, ,
Friday evening. next Ilnll reiruv ,,, )f\i\; class In the Putnam, which is to meet I'AINT. MANUPATURER9; ) Ra" C. S. FARRISS. DCAN DiLANO. Fu.A ..
'ifI' O. D. Jackson, who went to Jack- ,, every Wednesday and Saturday even- take place on the 27th. Heath! ;MllilHiiii :MnnufHVturliiKCo. h

(1\; ; f sonvllle to attend to business matters Ings. Miss Morris' class is to meet Stove and fireplace Wood-Orders __ ___ .___ _n. __ _.

" 'C II; t..|after being sick at borne in DeLand, every Tuesday and Thursday evenings left at Ryland &' Sparkman's or tbe

t.\ i.suffered a relapse while there. Mr. and her children's classes Wednesday White Front Grocery will receive ,

.l'' I,1.';Jackson came home the first of the and Saturday afternoons.. De. prompt attention. Emery Baldwin ENGAGED.Marriage
( |I I
1-1 '', eeG:, and is now better. Land promises to be as much of a /
Tbe plots of Japanese cane planted
My !
}, 1r:' 'Mr. and Mrs\Oeorge E. Davis ar- (,1 "dancing town"" as it was In 1888-1892. around DeLand last spring are now is very largely an accident.In ., / i,

: rwi'ti': :! ,rived frog Massachusetts on Monday i 1I I Superintendent Flab visited several looking/! .fine. This: cane, it is said, few cases do men or women set up W '
" and are comfortably located in their'twfanter makes good sirup, but la' not much standard of manly or womanly excellence:
of this. week.
the schools the coast
on and choose by it. In most cases people
< home on Rich avenue. I I I good for eating being nol BO sweet as become engaged as the result of propinquity ThF

:-, ,' ,,Harry T. Howard and family drove I Mrs. Gould's aunt Mrs. B. H. Carter .' the common variety. The crops! here rather than because of auy deep 9y

of Midland, Mich., accompanied are about ready for grinding looted preference.
' I\I
rover .to DeLand on Sunday. Mn.\ <
'I And BO it often
.r.p'Iloward;: (: and the children will spend |I IV I by her daughter, Milts Alice, are the \ Trespass notices-printed- on cloth happens that the $
of Mrs. Gould and at
\ i some time with her parents, Mr. and guests family for sale at this unite wife enters upon eWe
I. the Putnam.Mr. obligations of !
,. M.'s. T. R. Webb. Mr. Howard returned I
w 'if r G. A. Dreka has begun the shipment maternity just as ? .,

J(' : it to Daytona on Monday. \Vampler of Chicago: is among of his orange crop from Hontoona la- thoughtlessly as '
she entered on the
\;: Bishop W. C. Gray of Orlando was the early guests at the Putnam.Mr. land. He will\ have about 800 boxes marriage relation

in DeLand on Tuesday. Bishop Gray this year. because no one ". n
w Pattison and family of Boston
bas an orange grove east, of Orange The Daily Times-Union and THE: has warned her e J w .C t'r 'v
who occupied Mrs Cleaveland's house of the dangers she r
City, and is getting ready to replant NEWS one year for $U. faces. $1
two seasons. have rented the Shimer I ,
the trees killed by the cold. Nice Orange; / Pomelo and Kumquattrees Thousands of I )
house on Clara avenue and will soon t /
.. wri ..t ; at K II, Hayward's, and a man women become ,
'' Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Goodwin are expected take charge. Mr. Pattlxon was In De- to plant them for! you. 11-27 Invalids for lack I'' i'i'of '
lj4tJ/e'o ;
down from Lynn, Mass., about Land last week; and has now gone to knowledge of t ,

the 20th. White Springs after bis family, who Tbe cement sidewalk in front of to themselves.this large body It is I

have been visiting there some time. The Market on the Corner has been of women that Dr. bt

) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Busby will not repaired. C. O'Neill laid the new Pierce' FavoritePrescription i ...

.jrtfurn to DeLand this winter, but Dr. W. O. White, accompanied by walk. .
his wife, two children and sister, has comes as a priceless boon, because it TRI.WEEXLY SAILINGS
,iQ to the Gulf Coast.
l .steep come to DeLand for the winter. Dr. I The city authorities are after prop- cures womanly ills. '

; I iq j over from Day- White has accepted a position In erty owners and compelling them to regularity Favorite, dries Prescription"weakening drains establishes, heals BETWEEN ..W'Jacksonville

', week, visiting tbe family oft Fisher's drug store. repair their sidewalks. DeLand has inflammation and ulceration and cures

,:Treasurer J. J. Vlnzant, I tbe best sidewalks of any town in female weakness. It makes weak women AND New York

at, A. J. Kenney of Washington City, Florida, irrespective of size. The strong, sick women well.
dental work done by '
ing some Clini' ( both
( 111 II nil at luntoii, 8. wnjn' .
bona,, write Mrs.
Alter Brat child TM
DeLand ]last my
in excellent walks
who make
was first! to were
lor. Stout, of pa..cetlIl'AP" Predertck. V. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. .
spring, has located in Harvey, Marion John B. Stetson, who laid cement, imy health was vaar'ltod.lf.; ; ..time back andlast "
I). Stranahan of Brooklyn, county, Iowa, where he has purchased -', and C. A. Miller who made his walksof 1 could winter h.rdly I move without great sufenn; ,, THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES 1 '
and niece of My huaband you. me a bottle of Br. Pierce'I Fa- Direct Service between ..
Miss the '
( Ld Tyler the Harvey News. ,'I pattened tile. Others followed write Prescription and a vial of his .Pleasant .i
Ky., are among tbe regu- lead, and now we have the best walk relief.' which I used directed In four day JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE AND. ALL EASTERN POINTS. .p

y ests booked for DeLand Additional Local News will be foundon in Florida. I medicine was greatly three relieved' and.1et"b'II'h now, after be using entirely the SEMI-WEEKLY L'ulltnir) nt tlmrlfatoti SAILINGS.Hot Ii Wiiys. "<,<

Page 2 and 8. well I cent ace why are ao
iture. I I Dr. E. T. Allen the Eye and Ear many auflfcriaa women when there \ia such aaMy Southbound . . . . .. . From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
to be cured. I know your medicines +
: ,- -- Surgeon, having removed his princi- art the way belt l In the world Northbound . . . .From foot! of Catherine Street, Jacksonville w 1
office to Tampa, will only visit
pal Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the favorite -
DeLand once in two weeks. He may family laxative. One'Pellet CLYDE sfTTollNS RiVER LINE

f.: be seen at his office over Fisber'a, *on laxative, two Pellets' a cathartic dose. B
Saturday, Nov. 28. Between Jacksonville and Sanford.
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> -
- .". (< There will be regular services at -- --- LOCAL TIME TABLE. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand). and Intermediate ,F

the First M. E. church on Sunday, landings on St. Johns River. .d1

EAM PUFFS. both morning and evening.! Sunday Trains on the Atlantic Coast Line STEAMER hCrrtH' .JACKSONVILLE'' a ?
are scheduled to leave from and arrive
school at 10 Epworth League at
a.m.; '
at the DeLand station as. follows: Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, Sundays, Tuesdays and
6:45: p.m. LEAVE: Thursdays' 3'30:: p. m. Returning leave Sanford Mondays, .

-' at Brill has just opened a new lot of For the north No. 40...........st.12.20: p.m Wednesdays and Fridays, \\IO::! a. m. '
sday ; choice Hosiery.In For the south, No.3S............. 4.Mp.m: )
in toY the church Sunday From tho south No. 40 ......... ... 1:20: p.m SOUTH-BOUNO I SCHEDULE
ft Presbyterian From the north No.aft............ 5.60: p.m Reed Down Read up
morning, "The Law of Growth" will NIOHT TRAINS

s be the subject of the sermon. Friends Train No.81, from the north,nrrtvlnir at Do- Leave 880 p. m. .. ................Ck.ODY'II.' ........... .......:.. .. Arrive 200 .m. .,
Land Junction at 1:15 a. m., and No. DJ: from 84 p. m. ............. .. ........Palatka..........:................. .. L"nve 8 VII p.m. '
aad strangers are cordially Invited to the south, arrlvtmr at Itc and Junction at .Astor...... S80p.mS. \
1 all services. Sunday school ia at 10 1:UK a. m., ire met by hacks carrying I United : 80ua.m t 80 a. m.: :..:::::.::::::::::;:::.St. Francis .o.....:;:::::::::::::: ::::.. :: 100 p.: m. \
States mall, and o *to DeLand. .. .Uereefonl nd 19a'noon .,
0 e your a.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at The. fete on these hacks. 60 cents. Arrive 800 ..m. ::::::.;.:;:::::::::::::S"nnr.1 ..(,,.,,...:!):.:::.::;:;::::::: : 9xUa.m.: :

.I iring mo lag 1 7130! p.m. / MADE YOUNG AGAIN. General Passenger& and Ticket. Offlcn+, 204 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville

ad.at us an tads The meetings at the M. E. church, "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills' .

our m South, continue with Interest. Rev. each night for two weeks has put me in F. M. IRONMONGER; Jan Ass't Oen'i Pa... Agt., 304 West Bay St.,Jacksonville. Fla, r'

W. A. Mjres of Daytona preaches my-'teens' again" write D. H. Turner W. G.COOPER Freight Agent C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent. ti
physlclaand e of Dempseyta PaThey're the best Foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville Flu. "
S -5, allawful'c every night and there Is, also an afternoon in .the world ".il4ver.. Stomach and A. C. HAOEHTT Gea'l East'n Pass. Allt.,New York. CLYDE MILNE, Oen'I TYt Aft.,.N T.

service at 3'o'clock. All are Bowels. Pure I ve.tf able. Never THEO Oi BOKB, vWM. P% CLYDE ,* CO..

.. rr Invited to hear him. He will,preachat gripe.; 'Only *sc at "W-JA.! Allen's and General Manager, General Arent;

the usual hours on Sunday. QOA. W. ,F abel's Ua>t4 T( *AVAat. t t.i' I .'. :...... .,.a.-bI'oq"Bu1J. .-,19 Btat.Street;, New. York:, ,. ", 4
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M. Heard Injured.; ''oooooooooooooooooooooooooo w ooooooooooooooooooooooooocg -

M While out driving with his little Miss Coulter Local and 0 o Stetson University g believe that we have the largest assortment: and the most choice

,''stY daughter Gladys Sunday afternoon-, Heads the List ? Personal: Brief | g Brief News Notes g quality ever brought to DeLand.
;J. M. Heard was thrown from the bugCy 0 "

and severely injured. Little Gladys, oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooNow Lunch Tongue Lamb's Tongue

who was also thrown out, miraculously HIS friends: of Miss Bessie Coul I Mr. R. E. Austin: ia: visiting In Day- that the game with Gainesville Lobsters Premier Salmon JfiTJ: r

escaped Injury. The accident hap ter brought in 8J: Ballots for tona this: week.AttyJamee for thla: week baa: been called bIT, all Potted Meats 'Potted Chicken

" pened near the Whiting place, went !1 ber this week, giving her a E.Alexaeder I. "speechifying" Interest i i... being centered in the Roast Beef Corned Beef
K of town. The horse was frightened Thanksgiving with Tallahassee! -
total of 170, and placing her game
in Alachua this week.
'' td, at a small piece of paper In the road, name at the head of the list. About county to be played'here.. This team has Sliced Bacon in jars Etc., Etc., Etc. _

t:, shied to a complete right-angle and half of these came from Orange/! City. Bishop Gray of t he Episcopal church, been beaten by E. F. S. but defeatedthe

r,. overturned the buggy. Mr. Heard Miss Robinson gained 10, most of them, while In DeLand thla: week, expressed University: of Florida by a score 'Ve continue to .brag

ir, was thrown'onto a stump, breaking we believe, front Seville. It therefore the intention to appoint Dwight F. of twelve to nothing. 'l'beyoutwelgh WAUKESHA BUTTER about the Butter we

one of his ribs, and bruising! developes, In a great measure, to a Cameron as curate of St. Barnabas the Stetson team by ten pounds per
his face and right hand. The horse fight between Orange City ;and; Seville church at DeLand. Mr. Cameron, who man and are faster than the Lake handle-and why should we not do so, when our cus-

was soon caught, not being able to with DeLand as a "balance is a graduate of Sewanee, will be ordained City team. This will be the' game of tom rs declare it is the best Butter in town. "Once

4 drag! the Inverted buggy very far, and wheel." I in about two weeks.: Mr. Cam- the season: and as it comes on a holi- ;* a customer, always a customer. "

was brought to town. The buggy/! was A new series: of Ballots appear to- eron Is very popular with the members day there is no excuse for anyone

damaged/ considerably day. No. 3333 must be sent In before of St. Barnabas, who will be missing it. It will cost a good deal to I

----- noon on Thursday, December 3. pleased to learn that he Is to remain bring this team here and unless! this WHITE FRONT GROCERY.! 4FhhclKtrl1O1OdOIOFrf11C

t; A SURE TiliNG. Prof. A. O. Botts, lIrVard Gould here. game Is well pratronized the students ,

It is said that nothing i U !sure except and Mr. E. F. Oates have kindly con- will have to meet the deficit. .
Born-On Thursday, November 19, '6404KMK>K > .
death and taxes, but that is not al sented to( act as the final canvassingboard. The Stetson! team is getting, into -- - --
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Discovery to !Mr. and !Mrs. T. P. Compropst, a
Dr. King's New
together true. All the ballots sent In from better shape every day although Injuries .O.Oao o o
for Consumption is a sure cure for son. Tbia makes Frank E. Bond a Lsl.O..O.Z- >>O+O+O-K'>> -I'0.FO.i.O'Mao 8.O'-o-'D o o
the of to several of the men have
all lung and throat troubles. 'Ihou beginning to the end the on- grandpa.The .
sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.Van- test, will be canvassed by these gentlemen caused: some delay on account of :

.. Metre of Shcpherdtown. Va., say and the result announced in Cranford Club was entertainedby changes behind the line. The team DRUGS JEWELRY

'' {? "I had a severe case of Bronchitis and THE NEWS of December 25. !Mrs Dr. Fisher: Wednesday.. though aa a whole Is playing faster r

for a year tried everything I heard of. The ballot at noon yesterday stood: Mrs Hibbard carrying off the honors, and snappier football than at any 'r

but got no relief. One bottle of DrKing's Miss Bessie Coulter.. .. .. . 171)) Mrs. Gross will be the hostess on Tues time previous and If this good work Stationery, Watches, x-- I

New" Discovery then cured me Miss Nina Robinson. .. .. .. . 159 day next.G. la kept up Tallahassee will have to Huyler'a Candles, Clocks, r.
absolutely. It's infalliable for Croup, !Miss Beulah Myers. . .. . 10 or they will\ be left be- Kodak Supplies, Silt'_ Wire\ .,
ai .Whooping Coug'h, Grip it., It's Pneumonia. Miss Irene Alcott . . . 13 A. Dreka & Co., celebrate the hind.move lively Florida Souvenirs,,.....-' Optical Goods, .. !
Consumption. guaranteed
and by W. A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher Send in your ballots. Four fine lit- 25th anniversary of their location in Toilet Ke.}ariltes, Fountain Pens,

druggists. Trial bottles free. Regular tle ladles will be pleased to receive DeLand by taking a page in THE Everv student who cannot 'holler" "j ldlette's llemedtes. Etc., Etc.. c
them NEWS, and by offering some rare bargains 1
size, soc and $1 oo.r in the football game ThanksgivingDay .___r". --_
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to their thousands: of customers 7
should take one with him that '
HIM SALE OF LAN US. throughout Voluuia county. Since
-THE LE&DINQProfessional Rooting will often win a
can. game
THE NEWS was established in 1887, W. A. ALLEN CO.
that is apparently lost 01
andBusiness Consolidated! Land Company Sells! 72,. not an Issue of the paper-regular or ,

MenOF 600 Arres in Volnsla County. extra-has been sent out without <+ Jf
Tourist.-"What ia that noise Mjfat Druggists and Jewelers.
The Consolidated Land Companyhas Dreka's adv. appearing in a prominent
DE LAND.- the University every night/ abo tt nine .
just effected the sale of 72,500 place. This persistant advertising -
o'clock? Is the Dean of ChauQoin just NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
. VIDA Z. AEIUtCKEM, D., acres more of its Volnsla county hold courteous and fair treatment t
b1R8. /
putting the girls to ?
ings. The land was sold to the following have each contributed a share toward .
No the young ladies w'o'n o+ Student- are
Physician and Surgeon. parties: making this, from a small beginning,!, _. .
in basket-ball. --- --
shouting over a victory
Mew York Ave., DeLaud Fla. OBlce Hour. To C. P. Jolley, 25,000 acres in the the largest mercantile establishment tSEi'fYt4'S''i4.'Y4'S'ftlfl! !!! 'VFS'fi4flEl' !:> &!111f!>i) 'f4'i1'!! !' lh1Yt4'fe4'161L'a"k1K11a's4'1trl6Ste'tKflfV! !! \ ttil&tik'S@t4lklYt!! !! !<"11i16'fY'1FtKt
111 AM LOI4M.ISLu4andTtOe p. M. north end of the county.To In VolufeU county. t.t

J. H. Tatum, 15,000 acres In the General bunting parties are being: Oak Brand Lemon Kling Peaches is
rr GEO. A. north end. Additional Local News will be found organized for Thanksgiving Day. I

Physician and Surgeon, To D. W Monroe, 12,500 acres In the on Page 6. Apricots .

Ulnoe Hours: 8 A. M.to 13 M.; I to 6 and 7 U.Special Osteen section.To Miss Minna Meyer of Jacksonville
$5.55.r SHUT AT PALM IlEAt'H. will arrive on Sunday to take chargeof Green Gage Plums
W. W.
U attention to midwlfey and surgery' Milligan, 20,000 in the
Calm aD8wcr"d at aDY llOur. OiHe.Mure.iiduiiee of the department of physical culturefor
Indiana. Avenue, weal of Court vicinity Daytona.All Cherries
r Walter Scott of Orange City Accident the young ladiea. m"
HOUUH. _. _____ this land will be turpentined,
the timber cut off, and then it will be ally and Fatally Shot by a Companion. Oro Brand Cherries
MiCDIAHMID, M. D., A debate between the Kent f.t
JOHN of no good to anyone unless plantedto Walter Scott of Orange City, while public .!

Physician and Surgeon. some grazing, crops. hunting! ducks near West Palm Beach I Club andStetson Literary Society will I Pears f M
be given some time during the winter
c --- Tuesday morning, was accidentallyshot ,
A General Practitioner, not a Specialist.
Office over riaher Drug!Store. Hour: s tu Fell From Second Story. in the back with a load of No. 4 term. < Peaches ._

lalto4aud7tob.__ Paul, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. shot by H. S. Hire, and died an hour I -

A.B, MUN8ON,M. S.V.. Johnston, fell from a second and a half later. The body was takento A new kind of court has been discovered >t'f tf' Alexanders Fine Honey Putupe8ptJclllllvforour'> > :
member of the Junior ei: 'ie ffeV1c"ro1rd1.l'lkJ-;: :
story window of the Olive Branch Orange City yesterday by Bert by a : iii

Homeopathic Physician. Sunday morning. As the child fell, Hill Mr. Hire and the brother of the Law Class-a submarine court.
J 1 All these be found at the store of
r Office Becond door south oS Planer'! drug atpnOtUoe Mr. Johnson rushed down stairs, expecting deceased and interred in the Orange good things can
hours JU to hi A. M.; a to 6 lOud 7 tuUP. of and membersof
A students
.II.D& to find him either killed or City cemetery. party I
1 __ seriously injured. But what was his. Tuesday morning Scott and Hire secured the faculty spent last! Saturday at

t .W.8. TAYLOR, surprise to find the boy standing up, a rowboat and paddled several Lake Dougherty on a fishing trip. :So t RYLA1UD < SPARK1YIAIM,

rubbing his As his father miles down Lake Worth in search of much time was spent In preparingand
Surgeon-Dentist. eyes. ap __.ii AtfibilT5ii1.'bAf .iLi/iSiZ13PiAlilttlr"i/ )CitttaLii3daittg:5t.6'ti: % fi4SL'fiiii7if ffi'dAfiL/lty
peared, Paul said: 'Pa, I got sand In wild ducks. They found plenty in the eating meals that only one fish -- - --- -- -- _. - --- -- .
+,'' Oiflue over Fiaher'a Drug Store DeLauJ. Flu my eyes." He was not injured in any bays and started return home about wad caught. --7f-

M way. 9 o'clock.Yhen off the Hone place, -
'r JAMES ALEXANDER, they unexpectedly came upon quite a The lengthy and weighty petition

Attorney-at-Law. New Residence for Klcli A tenor. large flock of ducks. Both rose to requesting/ a holiday on the" Friday TOO LATE

Contractor Cairns has signed a con- their feet preparatory( to getting a after Thanksgiving Day was pre
Will Practice In State and Federal CourU.
Officea: Rooms 1 and 2: Uruan Block, InWJlD :- tract with S. S. Buell of Ft. Pierce to good shot, Scott standing in the prow sented to the faculty this! week, onlyto r +; }?% a} ,
llh!ffi' To think of insurance when
,FL.OHIDA __ __ ___ build a residence on Rich avenue, and Hire in the stern. Suddenly Scott be declined with thanks. f rd .
... the house is in flames The
N I next to C. W. Price's home, and to leaned over too far, causing the boatto -
time to consider it is all the
BERT have the house( ready for occupancyon list. The floor was slippery, and in Every: student should provide him

,' Attorney-at-Law, Christmas. Mr. Buell, who Is endeavoring to regain his balance or herself with a cane and colors < r b t 4. "' time previous to that.
: And help to
we can
carpenter in the employ of !Mr. Cairns, Hire's feet went from under him. In a banner for the Stetson'rallahasill'egame. M you
Practicing In all State and. Federal Courta. reach a decision as to the
Civil or Criminal: business given careful i has been placed in charge of the job, falling the gun discharged. Poor (' .;' amount of

attention.Speelai I with the injunction that It will be his Scott gave a yell and crouched down /i'li' .. .
I .
faculties for luveallKatlnv and P rfecUng '
.. own fault If the house is with full load Mr. Oscar Lotberg. attended. the t' '
land Ull. not ready. a of shot in the small of '; ''
.;: .. '.. ... JNS\Jlt t.NOE: .........
Pier- '
The at
house will be an exact duplicateof his hack. Hagfctrom-Anderson wedding "
,: '\ :"
JAMES!: W. PERKINS, the new residence of O. C. Mc. Just as speedily! as the boat could be ton\Ve.1nelidayevenln,!!. : ;"i.': t"F* :: to be placed and the beat

Elroy. w propelled" It was: headed for the Home ..- ... companies to place it w II]
Attorney-at dock, where Mr.: and Mra. Savage, in A basket-ball team composed of .

I Solicitor CrtminaiCourt of co"I; Wllllirao- Another New' House. charge of the plantation, gave what students living in the L at :Stetton 9
flee Ida. In Olttce Hit courts over witutn Voluala Cnunlyllank., 01 Vlor- Contractor Cairns has a crew of assistance they could. Hire hurriedto Hall has! Issued an open challenge to tfu

i ._ men at work on a new house for J. W. the city on a bicycle: In search of any and all teams In the University r6 WSZ

s E, H. HAY WARD, Smith, on North Boulevard. The medical assistance. He secured the to play a game or series of games. for -- -- ..

Il City Deal Estate and Insurance OIHcc. house ia being placed on the S. P. services of Dr. H. C. Hood and then the school championship. 0-.000..0..000..0.0..0.0..0.0..0..0--00-0-.0+0-0-0.0.0+0-0..0+0
r NonKealdeuta. Gays lot, one of the prettiest locations the two rode back. It needed only a --- ---- -
Collected for -
Tares Paid and
in that section of tow. n. The brief examination of the awful woundto Page's Hone Kuus Awity. Makes Him

;, CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. old Hays house been torn down and make plain the fact that Scott T. N. Page's, horse, while standingat J

Agency. for the Lending' American. Fire ii,,- work is: now being pushed on the new could live but a very short time. He his shell! pit south of town Tuesday
uranuu Company-THK > TNA.k
; Sib Boulevard DELAND. FLA. one, which will contain eight rooms was: conscious all through the ordeal afternoon, took a notion to have a '
:and bath. Mr. Smith expects to and seemed to realize that hill moments frolic and came to town on the run. LOOK NEW.Have

' \"OLU81A.1' COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY make his permanent home here. : were numbered. He told those The cart collided with an oak tree In .

M around him that his friend was not front of the M E. church and the
S. B. WILSON, BERT FIBH Completed (f New Cottage.Mr. the least to blame for the
i 'I*' Manages Actuary. shooting, horse broke loose. Horse and cart Horse nnd- aif
Abstracts furnished and rifles perfected. Moore of Orange City has just and also: gave instructions a* to notifying were both Injured. DeLand horses your : .n t

IN.UI0 Voluala County Bank. completed a five-room cottage near /! bid relatives at Orange City appear to be getting very "f ractlQus." the superfluous hair taken off.TA/ '

DeLand.Fla. Forest Park. The cottage will be occupied and as to the disposition of hilt body. This was the fourth runaway for the : .

B. HUTCH1N8ON by August Ftiueger) and family week i kill TMBERRY&kENTA
A. improve 90 !
who move in today or tomorrow. A Bad Runaway. per ce =
Public .
Notary While standing in the rear of the Death of Mrs. Brokaw's Mother.

t r Dealer in Real Estate. Married by the Justice. White Front grocery Monday morning Mra. I. J. Brokaw has received the

Melvin Bush, an Orange City buck, !, Walter Marsh's black horse became sad news of the death of her mother, :

Taxes, aoa-realdenta.paid and aaaeaamenta DeLand da.attended to 101 was arrested Tuesday on a warrant angry/! at the easy way in which Mrs. M. A. Mann, which occurrtd in ,

sworn out by Dora Ellerbee. They they were unloading a lot of sweet Oklahoma last week. Mrs. Brokaw'a NEW SHOP. OP. COURTPOND / x

patched up their differences by a hap potatoes. The animal first bad a brother and unmarried sister were oOo..o'o..oeO+O+O-o.o-O.o- I ti ::.

l E. T. ALLEN. M. D., I py marriage, Judge McCrory performing kicking/ spell, and tben ran by the with their mother at the time of her ,

I the ceremony. post office, across to Fudger'n, and death. Mrs. Mann was 81 years of 1'"t.

f Eye and Ear Surgeon. m down In front of Dreka's. Aalt passedthe I age at the time of ber death. '; :
A Fine New Residence. :
post office corner, an Iron awning coi ;;
T' .
DeLand-MondaysoverFisher's. Contractor Clake has .
a large forceof post was' clipped out like a reed. At lYlllitout Dark Room. I
i Tampa-Tu rail ay B.1'lat Nat Bank Tlldir. hands work : ,. .
at H..T.
on Ltlahop'anew the southwest corner of the Boulevard "
Goal FrltiaySi, MontoumaT1IE Two exhibitions will be given at -f-fe @tst 3E5C K ); '
house on Voorhis avenue. When and Indiana avenue, the wagon '

completed, this'wlU be one of the was taken over the fire hydrant Fisher's drug store Saturday after Before purchasing Lumber, carl) at our Yards at tj f ,-_:
from 3 toy I and ,
rta. noon Saturday even
WINTER HOME roost commodious houses in DeLand. spreading potatoes completely across I
ing from 7 to 9 explaining and illustrating Prices on all kinds of t 't",J.f
the street. The wagon passed Davis'corner :
-NOW OPEN- Sweet Potatoes. how to develop a kodak film '
Shipping successfully, but the turn was Lumber h1 j.:.,.
: t j '- North Boulevard, DeLand, Fla. S. ;J. Hodges! Is shipping quite a too short and one of the 8x8 posts in without the aid of a dark room. This Lath, Shingles ..' / ,:i
is ,
some thing that every "fiend" wantsto ,
M& A nu let,homelike place. ComfortoleroomaDttnlrable quantity of sweet potatoes to West front Dreka's grocery department i ,
Location. Good Table Transient know. Come and see. It is free. .
Palm Beach .., : :
1.J. i Hal.... ,:-t poor day 8peellal Family and Beasont They are being handled wale knocked out as if by an earth ,;. 1 II! r;'-,
... J. 8.COEN,Prop.TURNER for him his Mouldings tf.
Hat. 0 by son, Charles A Hodges. quake. The horse fell flat on the A TEST. ,, eeof am :'
The returns are Very satisfactory.At sidewalk the broken to rby the p I /. ',
? HOUSE, and wagon scattered To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt, of Brick, and Everything in the Lnm .".. ;. ,..',,
potatoes seven "
; ways ork via
Work on Lake Helen Road. Atlanta *Lailway 1 +
for Sunday. Fortunately no one was No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest .
y yi a -OP*, ALL TEUf TEARt -. The county road gang, with nine in the way-which Is the only reason resulting in a wonderful cure. H. C. HAVE] Agents Atlantic Cod '
d Corner Mew York and Florida Avenue He writes, "a patient was attacked "':
prisoners, are at work on the Lake Artesian Well
that no hurt. The Co
i DeLand Florida. was wagonand D. STARK ...
{violent hemorrhages, caused ,
Location plaaaant, healthy and homelike.. Helen and DeLand road, pineitrawinj harness were wrecked. by ulceration of the stomach. I'had f Dealer In Aennntora, Tray Pass Aj-eat. .

( Rat*, 'IJO per day Special! rates by theweek. It and making other repairs often found Electric Bitters excellent! and Pumping Mach Jacksonville i, Fl '
.. D. MoLBOD. Prop. Fire In Telegraph OBe. for acute stomach and liver troubles so Repairing Pump. Wit"71' CRAIG' ,
DeLand. 1'10DI
BENNETT HOUSE Fine Line of Commercial Fire was discovered-Thursday morning I prescribed them. The patient gained 1 Paw. A t -
; from the first and has nerhad attack -
In the roof.<>fth* telegraph office an "

,Sk,.c. MBS. V-, KV BEintETT, PROP.- and an alarm tu gJ In. The fire was in 14 months. Electric Bitters HA No Pay. ,
-. Stationery at'The are 'positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia '{' P.oot.
; DeLand Florida Uvw PIDs.
r N w York arenurf, quenched *tff .he arrival of the
} Indigestion, Constipation and Kidney
.' r.l:,r eat.
d'j}! ,Bate $1 10''per'4.t'i'6 to tS per week., hose wagon. Cf damage was (light.i ; troubles. Try them. Only Soc at Astor

,. MF;, rr4..eowra&e IOi..w... r,.....-, .. /: ,.jNVws. .... offi. .of'... hb i flre caAi fckoas a defective flue Vl A. Allen's and G.; W, Fuller', .
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