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: December 4, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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, f Tol.xvil, No. 60. DeLamI, Volusla County, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1903. $1.00 per Year


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Bpeoltil Correspondence
Items from the Journal. Stationery, Watches
I City | Port Orange, December 2.-Thomas ,
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'if The Florida Motor of
Company, Huyler's Candles, Clocks
.VIDA Z.BAKKECKK,M.D., Crow, eon of J. R. Crow of Crows 1
which Mr. W. H. Peters Is the manager o o Kodak Supplies, Silverware,
Bluff, was a visitor In town.
Physician and Surgeon. has contracted with Mr. Johnsonto 00000000000000000000000000Orange Florida Souvenirs, Optical Goods, f
Mr. and Mrs. Needham are now settled -
build a dock ten feet wide and 220 City, December 2.-:Mr*. Toilet Requisites, Fountain Pens, *
Hew York Ave., DeLand Fla. Office Hours: in their new cottage.
p t, 10 A.M to U M.; etoeand7tUIP.M. feet long, with an L of 'M feet, in_ Taylor and daughter, Carrie, who Dr. Mellette's Remedies. Etc., Etc. t
Miss GustolT and her sister arrived
front of their modern salesroom, have been boarding with Mrs. True
A. DAMS M. D., from Chicago and are occupying partof
GBO. Beach street. have rented E. E. Ireland's cottage
Mrs. Brohm's house, of Her
Superintendent L. Johnson> is making and none to housekeeping for the corner '
Physician and Surgeon bert and the river.C. .
avenue W. A. ALLEN & CO.
numerous repairs on the central winter.Thanksgiving. 4'
,,4 .Office ilour; II.A. M.to 1"M.; 1 lu 6 and 7 to Chrlstiancy spent last> Sunday t
U.N.Rpeotat bridge; 220 new piles have replacedold passed! ott very quiet.

Cull attention auttwerud to at mldwlfey Hour. and U111..1u surgery run.tdunce ones and about 00 stringers have ly here. Kev. Brcwater preached a with his> family.
any and Jewelers.
w, iuulana Aveuuv west u( CouilHOUM. : been renewed. The planks have been very eloquent sermon In the Congregational Mrs. Metts, Sr., Is having a house g Druggists
built her lot south of the school
edged off, making smoother sailing church at 11 o'clock a. in., on
JOHN MicDIAKMlD, M. D., for bicycles on either side of the after which public and private turkey X
Mr. Fair la preparing( to go to Boynton -
t and driveway.D. dinners were the order of the tYFal-W3KHai0!-n+O-oO I +O-J-o-loO 0..0'0.0'0.-0.-0--0.0..0..0+0+0.
Physician urgeon. to tomatoes for the northern
D. Rodgers, civil engineer, was day. There were public dinners served grow .
: A General Practitioner,nut a Specialist.Ofloe surveying for the East Coast Cana-J at the Freeman house and Bolo. The market.

'' ". '*J;over 1 to 4U Flaher'n T to Drug II..A. Store. Hours, toY Company, where the dredges are work. Freeman house> entertained 2.t: and Mr. Northcote and IIIon from Ken >!IJ1t! \1::1tt\!\ Nhl 1!: !\ 1! \! \! !/! ,,!/h.:...IIMhI. ,.,:'!'IIJ I.'" L f .1 EJt1t'F!>FNUO'JRf3EftlEliflYlSSY1&1f!' *
have secured of Mrs.
ing on the cut between the Halifax the Bolo 8. Mrs. John White entertained tucky rooms IiOak "
4 Brand Lemon Kling Peaches
Case.Mm. '
B. MDN8ON'M' >
and the Matanzaa last week during a few friends.Mr. > .
Cbas. Fo/.iard has arrived home f
: -'- Physician.Offloe the stormy weather. As he was working and IIrs.Vm.. Gray arrived Apricots
Homeopathic from the In Ger |
spending summer
._' In water up to his hips> the down Wednesday evening from New York.
ceoond door south Ol Flahel-B drug store and Switzerland
,.,. umu..1io.. lu to la A. M.; U to 6....0.11 to pour from above did not matter much They are keeping house In their pretty many | Green Gage Plums
Wm. Johnson Is I at home from Palm
.:.!.: .N.- The Smith's Creek cut having reacheda cottage.Mr. .
Beach where he has been i. "
point opposite the "Neal house" and Mrs. C. A. Bullen of Eau : working on | CherrIesOro +
W.8. TAYLOR the hotel. I
AJR' new
and the Matanzas end south well to. Claire, Win., arrived Saturday even-
Mr. DuBoU and Mrs DuBois, Sr., | Brand Cherries !
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Surgeon-Dentist. ward the Fox cut the latter being/ Ing. They are boarding at the Bolo, ".
and Koert DuBols> have arrived home. .
tbedjvlde between the two rivers. waiting for the hotel to open. Jt" "
irf OOloe over Flabor'e Drug Store. DeLaud, Fla Mrs. DuBois spent the summer traveling t.. Pears
r T< party does some rough work and Mrs. John Graham has been quite .

m ALEXANDER, :Mr. Rogers has been laid up a few 111 for the past two weeks with rheumatism. in Europe. s 1 Peaches
, Jsr"" I J. A. Tedder: has moved his> family
days in consequence. This camp was : i

Altorneyat-Law. well supplied with tine duck. We have a new teacher in our from the Hicks cottage to the par Slll ff Put up e.peclaUy for our

, school, Miss Eva Hawley, as assistant. sonage.The/ t| Alexander's t:) Fine Honey trneby,) tbe popular Frank J.
Will Practice In State and fe'eduial Court l. 4 Alexander of Berevford.
deal the
I .h OlHoe Kouu-e 1 and X, Brush. Bl.-k..U.- Marsh Best Florida Wm. Robinson and wife of north. late arrivals are, Mrs. C It.
WilD,j'LOJUDA., Meats. Polite attention. Quick Meeker and :Miss George, Hahw.iy N, I .I
ern Ohio came In Monday. He Is engaged All these good things can be found at the store of
delivery. J., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. IldIT from \Vau- ,t
FISH, I aa: painter on the new hotel.
BERT They are keeping house in the Rowell tague, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradll y t 11't I f

NEW SMYRNA.Items from Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Yukay and
,, t Attorney-at-Law house. St j RYLAND a SPARK1YIA1V,
from the Breeze. Mr.. and Mra. Appenzeller of frank-
p Mr. and Mrs. Gray took In DeLand
FractluInK In .U State and Federal. 1 Courts.
Civil or Criminal buniu...iM _!v.en uureful. Webster brothers have purchased a Tuesday morning on business. fort, Ind. !tr.r.;;;; >; ; attention.Spevial Mr. Now her 1 is> at the Hardeman ... .
launch be used in -- --
laviiltles for lovonllgatlDK and Portooliug naptha no > connection Mrs. J. F. Leavitt returned from -

A land U" ...., with their fishing business.> > her visit at Sanford Saturday, where: : house. \ au
Mr. has moved his well
havens machine WWWWW
R. A. Garthard, formerly telegraph she has> been visiting her son, grand

JAMES W. PERKINS, operator at this place, who has beenin and great-grand children. She was out to W. f.. Daniel's. ... "''
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Georgia several months, returnedto away about four weeks. & : : .' &%{ > TOO LATE '
Attorney-at Law. for vUlt. SAYS HE: HIII I I N''I' SA1 IT. ( &.... :' <. ,
New Smyrna Wednesday a is ill : ti-'M. ':" ,
Mrs. Lewis quite for tjie past --- fl' 7) Yo J '
fY(, )f B':;Ucltor Criminal Court Hcoord. Will i>raotlua John E. Day was at home the first few days from a cold. l\.tl ":I!' 'i'i.J It, ) II'I', To think of insurance when
uuurt within the bide 01 Florida Don Morris Itepiulliitm isle Interlew 1\ I
In all '
e .. Jiauk.EH of the week visiting his family. He :"''I'\'rr\ ; ,,17'/ .ISt1 I;; :?.:- the home Is In flames.'! The
y } Union over Voli la Couuly Mr. Edwin French was entertainedto ('rt'tllh.1 to 11",1. .'l".. '.j \ I (: '\)'" ::. _"..".. .... .

yr1,4a e has been promoted to captain of the dinner Sunday at !Mr. St. John's t Some of Alderman J. Don C. Mor- { :': J drF' ( : ':;? :'" ';.: time to consider it is all the I'J1' !'
\,HAY WARD, dredge on which he has been engineerfor ., ..: t ,
rl,,' trk-mls') are bouiiil lo net! him Into .. (' *1" ; ;: ( time previous to that. J
Miss Trobrldge and !Mr. John r
> > Fanny \;'>
City; Baal Estate and,.lusurauce Office. several month political trouble, for since bU> phenomenal i'.' f. ;1'":: .I.;:'\.;' And we can help you to
W. P. Shr 'ock has had shell hauledon White: drove to DeLand Monday. success! in the city election I D v.&PITTT .
'* : Taxes: Paid and Itenu Collected for Non- > fc : ; J 'JI. .:: :' reach a decision as to the
e JivaldenU. Magnolia street to pave the street "Lee Spencer left Sunday night for his name has been mentioned for several :. ....' (, ,l:.:.::/ amount of

CITY; FBOPEBTY A SPECIALTY. the length[ of his lot and about 30 feet Cuba, where he goes on a prospecting! public nlllces of great inipoit- i. ff ,'" .::r.: ::'" .

. .Agency Company for the Leading-THKETNA.: American. tire Iaumnue wide. This will make the street cov. tour. If he strike,a job that suits ance.; The' coiin-8 latent and from lIIo..lup.to.daleUI'It'.tlo'l the Daytona I n 7i "r. .' ;':' ':>.''''':; I.. S1.1'n.&NCE

MB Boulevard, D.LAND: FLA. ered about two-thirds Its width at this> him he will remain there, if not will Ga/i"tie-News:-: which says: l ***Sjr / /:.\:.;.:;:.;:

: point. Let others follow the example.The be back in about two weeks. "In spite of the fact that the Senatorial __>I-I: **:; g.?*'. '. .: : :: to be placed] and the best

/' VOLUBIA COUNTY BaTBACT COMPANY, teachers and pupils of out pub The card party met at the hall should I plum uro to for Itievaril the lower county I East In Coast the ....................T 5.::.. ... i.::':..; companies to place It w ill

r.rl 8. B. WILSON, BERT FI'"a.H./ lic school enjoyed an outing/ In the Tuesday evening.!! Fred Graham and coming/ election, many citizens of SILAS 11. WK1G11T
a; Manutrer. Actuary.Abatr.ctv hammock north of town last Friday George McCormick had the same Dade county, so we are reliably In- DeLancl, Fla. .L_ ",_ ;'

to study nature. There was a full attendance I formed, are insisting! upon the name ["
'e ; furnlaliudtod title perleoted. number of points. They: cut for first E M -
of Alderman J. Don C. Mon 1 I" of West
Next to Vuiukla County hank, that and there uu'fuwuuwuuwubwvutltltruUUlftllnJl)1ltlfrSlWlUWOUWrU0
on day was
d honors, Fred winning. As we were .t
De Land.Flr. Palm beach being placed before the 1---- -- ..
none tardy. They took well-filled not present, could not get further l in. primary for that olllce." I I -- --

; I'A a..HUTCHM80N, lunch baskets along with them. The formation. Alderman Morris> was Interviewed' o.o.o..o.o.o. 1'i' this while at a rehearsal if Q
and doubt morning: I
''f* day was pleasantly spent no FOIL S.I.IOne large sorrel Horse I "
Public. :
ll' Notary / "The Dutchman's Ghost, and he authorises
many useful lesson> were l learned by a (good family or farm beast, gentle a strong denial that he has I Makes Him (l: i y

- r Dealer in Iteal Estate. thi,# hlldren that could not have been : and true in any "place. Enquire of serious, intentions! of canning our good I :

t v lean*Bother: wise. I Win. Kolwan at Orange City or De- friend, Wade II. June, of Brevardthe
, *. .Tues and aao BamenUi attended toful I Land. 2w .
- paid loss of a wink of uleep.
? A hunting consisting' of Rev. I
nou-realdent. DeLand,Fla.t party ..
A. N. Elrod Wm. Smith and Roy Gal- I PARKINSON FOR JUDGE. The above from the West> Palm LOOKNEW. ;

breath went out for a camp hunt last Beach Sun, 1 Is> according to lion. L. I I

? ut: ALLEN, M. D., week. Jack Mitchell, with his dogs, I "VeLuiulite" Places! In Nomination a Morcton :Murray, repudiated by Mr. ,

t, j lined them after they got out in the I Fopnlnr Daytona Attorney. !Morns, who denies> that he authorized I Have your Horse:) Clipped and all .l I
will ;
and who
such statement,
L I Eye and Eau Surgeon. woods> and it was not three hours before any
EDITOR NKWS A contributor to the
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probably be a candidate before the
had two deer one of the
they hair
up superfluous taken off. It
DeLand-Mondaye,over Flatter'.. Daytona Gazette-News ask why Daytona primary next summer.
which killed. It buck witha
was was: a .

T..mpa-'l'.d.y..t Nat Bank BUg.Ooala I U not represented among the ------
1 ,Monte cuma fine pair of antlers, basing four will improve his looks 90 centERY&KENT
, -FrKlayt prominent county oHIcials, and suggests Stark Marsh Complimented. per
.. -_- points on each. Mr. Elrod fired the
; .. the name of Charles. Smithas Starke S. Marsh of Manatee, law.
and of was entitled
lucky shot course
ti' a ciflididate' for the office of tax and /good fellow generally, U
+ THE WINTER HOME to the antlers. yer
; collector to succeed D. P. Smith. I numbered among our list of visitors :

-NOW OPEN'i believe that 'has.> L. would find It a this week. Mr. Marsh l la> building upa ,

North j loalevard, DeLand, Fla. WE CURE rather dilnYult! problem to beat the 'I' nice practice in this county and 1 Is> NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.

" Cuinfort-ule rooiniDeelrable present oflUlal'In a popular primary. even now recognized as one of the o.o..a..o..o.o.a..a.B..o..a..a..a..o..cl.o'o'a aa,8a oo

4 AQuletbnmettkeplaou.Lnoalloi. Good Table. There 1 1s> one Daytona man, however, most> successful. criminal lawyers in
,w and tlue.ootea. MORPHINE -------- -- --
f -.. If J. B.COEN,Prop.t who could have a fat county office the county. At the last term of the

HABITWe simply for the asking.> I mean Prof. circuit court he succeeded In securing

TURNER HOUSE John B. Parkinson who has been an acquittal In every case> entrusted ON13LUMR COMPANY
!'I mentioned time and again for the to him some of which were ,

". -Of" ALL THE YliABOroer criminal judgship. This i Is an office crimes> for which the penalty U quite

-d%_. } () New Tork and Florida Avenues, Hare Discovered a that pays $1,000 a year, and takes not : severe. When a case Is given him he -t-@j @!!I-i-

DeLand, Florida to exceed six days a month on an : immediately gets down to business

fan 1.00 pleaaant day, be.ltbyand Special rates homelike.by the Marvelous Remedy for I average.If and If there Is any chance for his Before purchasing Lumber call at our Yards at the Depot DeLand .

e s. per E. D. McLsoo Prop. Mr. Parkinson can get the sup client he Is quick to take advantageof Prices on all kinds of

Drug Habits and port of Daytona for this office, he' It. He works hard and for that

el ETT HOUSE, may count on a majority of the votesin I reason, If for no other, we are glad to

.. .b- 17. M. :BZl1IUtTT"nOl'; We Give It To DeLand, and many from the other see him climbing. If there 1 U> room Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling,

1 sections of the interior. at the top Attorney Marsh will occupy i
.; DeLand, Tloxlda. You Free. t
avenue Parkinson Is a clean, moral mana it if he continues his> present way

4' per day l |S.to $8 per week man who has the respect of all who of doing things.-Palmetto News. Mouldings, Turning,

o for families or for ie on. know him-and, I believe, would make ;

impartial, dignified WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCECan
r HAVEN We have found a marvelous remedy a competent anything be worse than to feel Brick, and Everything in the Lumber Line. Orders delivered promptly

I judge. that minute will be your last? .. -, .
\I for restoring to perfect health men every -- -- -
" .It" il Contractor, and sufferingfrom the awful Here' to Judge Parkinson. such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
women DELANDJTK.!:
otora. Tanks Newson Decatur, Ala. "For three
Machinery.SVlndmllls. curse of drug habit. It matters not years" she writes, "I endured insufferable DeLa.n.d

etc,. how long you have had It, how or The Rer. Irl R. Hicks 1904: Almanac. pain from indigestion stomach
\ rlda. when you got It. This Is no ordinary and bowel trouble. Death seemed in-
drug or method of treatment. We The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac for evitable when doctors and all remedies

-" g ITHi are constantly curing the worst cases 1904 1 Is now ready. It will be mailedto faired. At length I was induced to try Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works
. \: r any address for 30 cents It Is surprising Electric Biters and the result was mir-
of drug habit known and give an unqualified -
i ll to3w41 bow such an elegant costly aculous. I improved at once and now
guarantee to cure any case I'm completely recovered. For Liver, .
book can be sent prepaid so cheaply.No .
\ undertaken by us or refund your family or person is prepared to Kidney, Stomach and Bowel troubles J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.

"- t t money. We-urge every person suffer study the heavens, or the storms and Electric Bitters is the only medicine.
at ing; from this terrible disease to writes weather in 1904, without this wonderful Only joe. It's guaranteed by W. .A

and we will send free a bottle of Hicks Almanac' and Prof. Hicks' Allen and Ceo. W.; Fisher,: druggists. Manufacturer of-

u.' marvelous remedy.. We urge splendid, paper, WORDS AND WORKS. Reduced Holiday Rates.
e Osd..t Both are sent for only ONE DOLLAR A .
mo cUmr- having- refractory cases YEAR. WORD AND WORKS is among The Georgia Southern & Florida Dressed & Rough Lumber: '

iring Ing f\u who want to be cured of this the best American Magazines. Like Railroad will sell round-trip tickets<

us .anVcurse to write us today. All the. Hick Almanac it is too well from all stations to all points at one
I known to need further commendation.Few and one-third fares. Tickets on sale Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning. Scroll Sawing..
T oar nubidence confidential in plainphyeleia men have labored more faithfullyfor December'i until December 30, good

\ ,Address, Land the public good or found a warmer to return until January 2, and goodon
all wy,'w 'TBJBA: uT1a Ass' ,, place In the heart of the people. all paasenVer rains. For further CONTRACTOR TlP.n. Will furnish plans and specifications and
awful ''cu Send orders to WORD AND WORKS Information JWlress, J. H. TCaflcery, estimates. Special machinery at mill for
j.r. ;-Br'-<,adw"ay. ''N'cw- York PUBLISHING Co., 2201.Locust: St.;St. District Passenger W. Bay finishing work ready to pat 1 ItL place. Employ good mechanic and guaral. ,

prr P Louis, Mo t, St.,.JacksoDvlJIL tee fr.t-cLas.worke tfT PMtlcular., .. -

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(-Incorporated.-- ) -. Most Popular Young Lady Veterinary SpeCiftct. .

CHRIS. O. CODRINOTON.Business :! \

St Manager and Editor. .

Plzmonths One: :. ...Subscription. ... "Kates." ,'..I 80 00 in an DELANO ATTENDING PUBLIC THE SCHOOL! Mann's' Salt Sick Remed I

When paid In advance, when not paid In
advance add BO per vent. : .

Entered in the poitothce at DcLand Florida, I
as second clam matter._ _____ BALLOTS containing the above number For ,
Advertising rates tarnished on application.iieHR ALL,((4444) must be sent in to be canvassed by C ittllc< G w. FISHER'S i ie

all Communications, and make he Thursday noon, December 24, otherwise the
+ checks or money order payable to the company -
t, at DeLitnO, Fill. __ a will not be counted. A new number will be sub- &
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The principal discussion in po-

litical circles just now is about the

time of holding the primary next [i ss ......... ". "..,,, ....."....."""............. ........................... ".................."................'............... .... .. A> FURNITURE AND"HARDWARE})>

summer. The "corporation" candidates I ous' the most Popular Young Lady attending the
have all kinds of arguments Public School.rrHF. ;,'" We are Just !letting comfortably settled in our new \ '.
proving the necessity for an early it : Furniture Store, three doors north of our Hardware I
the Boulevard.' Our Mr. W.lp .- '
and Bicycle Emporium on
primary (before our northern friends It gi : BALLOTS will be canvassed every Thursday: noon and the M. Yearein! who baa baa twelve years' experience In \
leave for home) and the "moss- of the contest" will ,In announced In THE NEWS every the furniture line and as a Funeral Director, is In full ;
after morning- The final canvass will he made by three charoe.Ve/ have all new stock, which we have bought! '
backs" want a late primary ( prominent DeLandltes who are not directly interested in the ,'!I at right prices, and we propose to /Rive our customers.,
the Yanks have gone). All THE I The contest will close at noon on the benefit of these low prices. '

NEWS wants id. an honest primary Thursday December 24th
,. Of course we do not expect the fac ) lld the final result will be announced In TAM NEWS!' of December, 25th. UNDERTAKING .

I. tions in power In the several coun be .. contest In open to any young lady attending the DeLan'd Public !
( ) High School. R
ties to give up or throw away all ballots in THE -
Besides these published Nrws
a good j1 Mr. Year ln Is a practical] man In this department, and a
' little advantages, but we should like a 20 votes will be ,given! with every liPyearly c.tah-iivadvance HUD- knows the business thorouohly.Ve/ have ordered a
received before noon on December 24. The price of THE Funeral Car that will -knock the spots off" anything I
to see held a primary that would re to Is $1.00 a
per year. heretofore seen in this section of the state. Our roods
fleet credit on the Democratic partyin ices' The younglady receiving greatest number of votes will be \ ;i:.
given ;;!I In this department are strictly first-class! and have
every county in the state. handsome little Watch now on exhibition inV. A. Allen & Co.'s been selected to meet the demands: of all-rich or poor. m
on the Boulevard. I
t; !' )_(.) ,' IO'+!O-l.0'-0! I 0 f81, CYI-O14 'oOeQ+O.eO+C.e..oOoo.O.-o'O"O+O TFfe invite you to inspect our stock. We
! The United States is fast leaving ------- t 1 shall appreciate your custom

behind tbe good old days of our oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
t Democratic fathers. The o g PLATT'S TREAT. g Another Prize g

little telegram savors too following.much of Cxprcaa Do,... a S2,"OO "Good 0-0']10 Be Given I Watts & M Iler.

." In Honor 0O
u royally to suit the common people: \Ved4linnr. 8000000000000000000000000gTHERE
umirlflKB of Senator Thomas C.
New York, :Nov. 27.-Protected O. tins made him so happy that he Is a new candidate In 3- ;z,. & 'If

u s '1.. by an escort of five hundred policemen the many thousand employees (irace this week- Miss
mounted and afoot, also half a the United States: Express company Cox-who starts with --

score of plain clothes men, President i III happy with hIm. One thousand 49 votes; as! some of her New
Roosevelt arrived here this morningto t In Chicago were recently given Smyrna friends are working for her J

attend the funeral of his late un he | time" and the meu understood It would not be surprising. bhe e
the It was the wish uutl at the ex came The 0111) Big Show Coming T111sYear. 7
cle, James King Gracie. The police of the senator. out next week with a ]large vote.
commissioner met'bim at the trainin So much interest Is being taken in
entertainment began with a
Jersey City.Considerable. \' pel f 01'ma nee, followed by n | the contest, and such hard work Is

--- -- --- old' and a dinner Employees:: In oth being! dune by tbe friends of the several DeLand Monday Dec. 14

speculation is being are sold to have been feasted 1 candidates, that THE NEWS has

indulged in as to the indentity of ] need In a similar manner, decided to add a second prl/e, toglen b. ,
told to go ahead and get
,: the Western millionaire who is pay ter cnteitnliiinent were to cost> about $2.- : :: to the young lady receding-
second" highest! vote. The second prize
$5,000 for which is be- ) said one of the employees "and 3 Howe's Great London Shows
ing an ear, ,)' would settle.e did and will consist of an edition de luxe copyof :

ing taken from another man's head law II MK sucoesit.Ve learned It was "Library of Wit and Humor," by

and grafted onto his own. The 1'Iatt's! WilY of having us cele Melville D. Landon, A. M. (ElI Per n

t surgical operation is something: days t1Aeylum.'O I his marriage" kins). This handsome book contains
the best writings' of Mark Twain, Bob'Burdette. 1 -
wonderful, and yet it fails to attract he Sanger'8 Trained Animal Exposition. -
TEXT FOR BUSINESS. Josh Billings, Geo. W. Peck,
.9 much attention as the mysterious Bret Harte, M. Quad, Artemas Ward,

stranger and the manner in which Mr. !' of Benlon Awuluit Harbor Flying Barber RoU..... to Ell Perkins, Bill Nye, and others.A 5 Corning in all Its Vast Entirety. Bigger, Better, Greater, Grander ]

't'' he lost his ear. barbers of Bentou Harbor Mich., I new series, No. 4444, begins In I \f than Ever Before.
the this issue. v1 _________
been forced to adopt Biblical and will continue till the

A Pennsylvania has decided > In order to counteract the Influ close of the contest on December 2-1 I ",I Many Strdnge Zoological Specimens
I I the Flying Rollers who lime The ballot box was well fllled >e>. the Rarest Animals in Captivity
I Including
x that the award of the anthracite In the port and are going about terday. The little boys and girls bad ,

strike con mission is not bind at ] ,! I the growth of long hair on broueht in the Ballots by ones, tau Queen, the Lioness, and Her Family of Young Cubs \
: i head says the Chicago Post. and half. i _r .
; ozens. The result at
+' ing in law on either miners or noon I.
: have had printed aud now in the World
was: DING nOXG, the Smallest Elephant
operators, and that compliance with their windows this text from t
I i / Miss Bessie Coulter, . 352
tbe terms of the award is merely a I letter to the Corinthians: All Jolly' Sous of Momua preaentlng their I
| Miss Nina Rohlnson . . . HIO: 15 CI fA urn s
"matter of honor between the two I" not nature Itself teach you I Miss Mary Cox . . 4lM \ .( Comicalities and Ridiculous Situations In'' ,-"
on : I a mall have long hair It is a Us Beulah Myers . . 2: the most hilarious manner, and creating:: : bursts of laughter.
parties. It is a matter woi thy of unto him" Miss Irene Alcott . . . l.t: i Muslcal
Tne Hne8t Organization
note that the miners abide by the Harbor seems to be the fa- The final> will be canvassed at M _\VllOk_-_lor3Iarllie Band traveling with any Show in America

commission's findings and the coal retreat of people with odd Ideas noon on Thursday, Decemher 24, bj

operators refuse to do so.I are Donle multiplying has a flock and thore there, Prof. A. O. Bolts, Mr. Ward Gould Brail d Free Street t Pageant t Uraut.etl'at"11 anil o'clock New, a 8trtet, m. and Parade wit- )\
I and Mr. E, P. Oates. of Open lions of Wild Animals 1
.. or three other companies who
I May, Beautiful Hones and Uolden Chariots.
queer religious 1l0UO S. ___ __
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A new sin has appeared to vex the REMEMBER THE DATE
was 4 I I. A Grand Gala Day
world. It consists of succumbingto 38 to ; The Kaiser and ....D... Catarrh ,, PREPAHE FOK THE COMING EVENT t
amusing story Is told of Emperor ",t
the temptation to advocate queer, and Richard Strauss, the com Is a discharge from the mucous membrane REDUCED RATES OX ALL RAILROADS

i'tS bizarre things so as to get news did / One day recently when at the of the nose, thiout 'etoiuach,

paper.m'ntion. ; or Bay something the kaiser laid that he liked the bowels etc., when kept in a state of t TWO PERFORMANCES DAIL Y--1 AND 7 P M. it
old and turning to inflammation /
unreasonable to startle tbe are / operas by an impure.condition
wildly rah, ; *, he asked him his opinion. '. of the blood and a'want of tone in the
: people for a minute. The new sin all took the liberty of disagreeing system. .
1 sensational Ills majesty who, turning in cow- Soothe the inflamed membrane -- -< -
l ,is indulged] in mostly by
i; alr to those around him, said strengthen the weakened system, IIndthe DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. I upon entering upon a third
;; preachers and pot-bouse politicians.Haona'a : see what an adder I have been discharge will stop-'to do this i' marriage nan tie ashes of her secoe -e+e
purify the \blood."I :Mrs. :Margaret B. Oulon now resld husband whose body bad been cremated. -
In my bosom! Since then '
/ n lug In StT: Louis at the of I She bad been them about
, smell Is called "imperial bosom ad- was troubled with catarrh for years age ninety carrying
b L friends declare thatRooBeveltvwill tem.. : : : :;,: ; and tried various remedies but found nothing years, claims to be the oldest native with her,but decided to bury them.
surf that would cure rue. I then resolvedto
have walkover for born K'sldeut of that city. :Mrs. Jerusha
, J no : t lcluns try Flood's SarsAparilla and took four Gllflllan of East Bar- t
., the Republican nomination. Roosevelt bottles which entirely cured me. I have The Duchess) Marlborough: u very net, Vt, who U ninety-two years 01 a,
to thira. ; : BOSTON BRIDES. never been troubled with catarrh since. superstitious, one of her firmest beliefs won the first prize for a knit afiI
has made enemies As a blood purltler I can find nothing else
+f many among F. J. being till''el'y common ooo that displayed at the Caledonia county .
.. :;; ; are on the Increase in Bos equal to Hood's Illuapllrllla.VILLlAIl: : ,,
1; the working classes during the past rertly to statistics. Aud this SHERMAN: 1030 nth St., Milwaukee, Wis.Hood's black;: cat bring good luck. I recently. :Mrs Gllnllan Is blind

few months, and is not looked upon be the. the largely increased Sarsaparilla Lndy Henry Somerset hat a con- in the last five years has knltte,
tempt for William sewed four '
Radclifle and Waldorf Astor because rugs eight ufgbaj ,
r1" by Republican leaders as a specially Chen fold' .: I Citizen. Wellesley Cures catarrh radically and permanently he once spoke) disparagingly) of over 100 holder

.. t( strong candidate. .. no depression In the mar- comes-all removes its ettecta.Its cause and oVer- her work as a temperance advocate. Mrs Olga Qoldzler] of Cb % y f

There :Miss Minnie Eloise Kehoe a stenographer been selected to fill the oej
t. industry. were twenty-
: Alachua county certainly had a October brides in Boston this -. --- .-L __ __ of IVnsacolu: secured the enactment dressmaking In the husk

rt "fill" of politics last week. Among / than there were lu the same time How to Remove !Marklnw Ink. by the legislature of Florida at Glen Ellyn. This new
ago.-Boston Globe. Paint the tutirlM,, with! a solution of uf a law providing for tbe appointment dressmaking! was awe ;,
,}f.: the candidates who spoke at ten cyaolde of potassium applied with uvuni of oUiciul stenographers in the circuit medal by the Inter at r

?i' sr; places in that county were Hollo- ,>r" hair hiush. As. HOOD na the Ink courts, of the state.Mlns of fashions In Vienna p ,

; Sbeats Stockton, Jennings, dlsapppurs the linen should be rln ",tIn Helen Keller, the blind deaf competitors front f
.'<.'"..".; way. At cold, soft water, then washed thoroughly mute, but been elected vice president London and Parts.,
>=*' Alexander, Barrs, Clark, Browne; ers Holiday before use. of the senior class at RadoUffe college y
: Croom Ellis Abrams Broward, the woman's Great Improv
\ J.-- .. department of Harvard. i
made to the.Cl1: +
q Brown and others. She Is pursuing four full courses, two Bereitotd. 'I
1/ 1
:l ? on la English and two in Latin. h1
'1 'l ",,, ,The boy king of Spain is in search \- Mrs. La Follotte wife of the gov- t% .
of Infants and ernor Wisconsin, Is said to be an Fin
,{ iJr of a wife,' but., American heiresses by t -... 1t I If. 1 1titpu"ouuulllq 1 Children. enthusiastic dress reformer and builds r1me
;- Jl Will not.be considered. And,really, t, ,. The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears much also on the physically regenerating lea of am -
1": deal of satisfaction 3g25 ;=..,. C ? "" effect of physical exercises of all Te by the pork
there is
as a ;
; theBiQnatllrr '
her favorite .
sorts though form la not I :
( r
'!",. u in that statement. his ( / eglllU! / \ of walking but running. Uwa ,. via Atlant i,1 1:1
( One vof the mementos Miss c c
I Alrelltl Atlantic CoJGrove's
II' Up to date ten million dollars has ameso Bertram the actress. Is said to 11.2 r,
; J. --- D.
; :
ex-ti { Trav. Paas. Ag-eht. ."
of different games-all new Ye '
; -one in each package of I Tasteless Agt u'I'
L The Tallahassee correspondents

ay.tbatC.M. Brown is "gaining Coffee r[has stood the test 35 years. Average ..AImI ,; ,
bOttllDia Does this record of merit f : "
y groans'? He must have bought the appeal to Wo Pay, "c,
at your r'.. I taelaed with every logN a Tmlriut. Liver PIOs.gent. .
.*,.I olgaoastwoodeland. -,.Inaa> .
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llotv (u algae Uuvuriuu cake.Bavarian .
tllda was very'attentive In her servIce I Christmas cakes are bell] ) L1
o o.o.o.o-o-oo-o-o-o.o-o-l lqthe JAMAICA'S MYSTERY\
nt table, beaming on them as though In such high esteem by those who regard .

the would say, "Bless you, my chltren them as a national delicacy as _.-
HONEYMOONCOOK !" Late in the evening, when they pie that
we look on our pumpkin THE FINGER OF FATE IN THE FALL
were apparently much absorbed; I Iu some Bavarian send to their own
reading, they heard a strange sound country every year for flour and win.

o half cough, half sneeze, In the hal. so that they may be sure to secure the --
o -- Prue looked up from the book. ""'hat true flavor. The following Is the rae Trniredlo Tlmt Are \VrlMon lu the

By HARRIET G. CAIMFICLDp was that?" she said. Tow was on hJs Ipe, und from It American flour HU i) Illnlory of liar Ruined c.ltl.-'rw.: .
-- 0
e way to the door when Matilda enter American wine will produce "satisfactory or 'fI,...* \nnl hi'd Utterly From Od

O- Copprleht,190.,by T. C. .VcClur 0- the room. "It was me, ma'am," she' results.", The cakes are dllnctilt \to the lace of the Earth

00000000000000Tb aid. "I never walk In on new inarrk mix properly, but are well worth tin There: exists la Juumlcti, in the West

had been married two folks without glvln' 'em warnln I'w trouble, und when packed In fane Indies, uulvcrxiil superstition that a Ii The IClnd You Have Always Bought and which baa been
y first. Of course they
a-comln'-not at boxes or baskets they make u 1)I'ettylittle iursu rests upon any town chosen to 1 J1f the of
"long enough" Frua suddenly declare. awhile and in use for over 3O years, baa borne slgnatnre
get used to me after go trifle for a Christmas present 1 to )its! capital. Since 10UUlieu/ the Un his
"to dispense with all honeymoon dmonstrativenesa. right on loverln' if I do see 'em. 1'otbIn' an acquaintance: They require three. chief city was founded, no fewer thus and has been made under per-

I. .', .\ ." suits me better'n that!" fourths of n pound of flour, onehaltof throe capitals have !been ruined lu uiy- "supervision since Its Infancy.

Tom Dawson put down his fcenli Prue's face was scarlet. She dare a pound of butter, one-fourth of t a terlous Iud tragic ways. Two huvviiulHued Allow no one to deceive you In thla.

paper and stared at the pretty little not look at Tom. Oh, why had she : pound of granulated sugar and the utterly from the face of the All Counterfeits, Imitations and "*Just-as-jjood'are but t

partner of his Joys and sorrows. "rm engaged the services of such a silly; I yolk of one egg and three tablespoon- earth Souiu I of till wore superntltloiof Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

afYuul I don't/,understand, dear," he sentimental creature I, fuld of vthltu wine. The butter and the. colonists, triioUliijf over tl.. Infanta and Children-Experience against Experiment;
"If you please, ma'am, Matilda: continued sugar/ are worked thoroughly togethe' strange history"" ; of their couutry, fl.ur

said. "I'm goln' borne now to get my; and the sour added until they are of t a that Kingston, the L>1l'>lout capital, r a
:%:'Why, It's, very simple. If you know clothes, and I'll say good night to you consistency to roll out. They should city of 7uOUO inhabitants, will shatythe What is CASTORIACastorla I

that I care for you-und I am certain and him." be about three-quarters of an Inch fate of its predecessor's..

that you care for me-all signs of at "Thought we were 'new married thick and cut in different shapes. The first cl1llt'll:11' : >1 Sevilla Nuev Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,, Pare

faction are quite superfluous; they maybe folks' did she?" Tom said grimly. "I: (New Senile), otherwise, called Sevlll gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It

dropped." can't Imagine why. She's a goo Slow tu Make Suitnrrd Popcorn. il'Uro (the Golden Seville, ou accoui contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotloubstance. "

"Obi" Tom said dub UBlY. "Wei, cook," he" added, "and I hope we cti Sugared popcorn can be made tDr of Its marvelous wealth. It was founded Ita age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Norms
keep her. Christmas In several ways. For UK- Don Juan d'Esqulvel and Diego,
what shall 1 drop flratl" wastwinkle a Diarrhoea and Wind
"It and Feverishness. It cures
Prue said to herself allays
'Ve can, ot
take half cupful In
In his and Prue saw It. lasses popcorn a 11 sun of Christopher Columbus a
eyes will meet her peculiar require Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
"To be serious," she pleaded, "to begin we granulated sugar/ und a cupful of Noi few ,}'el1rs It became the greatest Spun-
0' kiss when ments. But I'll not be driven into tiny Orleans niolarfses and u small piece of lull city In the new world. ThitherUncla'd and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulates the
with must not me .
;you home to dinner and-and- foolishly! unnecessary display of aCfeitlon. butter. Boll over the tire stirring ocusionnlly < the blue blooded but luipecun, Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep.
other times. You must' drop"- ." until the ulrup threads; the ous nobles of Castile, eager: to rebuild The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
For three days the Duwsons enjoye It the loose fortunes the of
instead," he In pour "slowly over popcorn their f.nutly: expense
"Drop a courtesy .
:!>;w terrupted her laughingly. the results of Matilda's culinary el mixing the corn with n spoon, so us to the puur A raw ak.Cathfilruls GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS a'

't'--"Don't\ : be ridiculous, Tom I You know forts, but a heavy heart will affect the distribute the sirup evenly. If on palaces und monasteries.
s. useles best of appetites somewhat and on tb desires It cnn be molded Into balls or nulling' those. of Spain In "splendor,
very well that there are many the of
customs that should be abandoned, fourth duy Matilda complained that. served loose In u bowl. :Maple popcor wore created. The mm'bin streets wei' Bears Signature _

things that should be dropped." they "didn't seem to relish their vie bulls are made In the name way, using crowded with Kayly clad courtiers anIndian
many tuals" and she "guessed she'd better' maple sirup Instead! of molasses A slaves. who tolled for them" an
"Yes, he said, smiling whimsically;
be goln'." colored with llttlcochlnoul them tribute from wine aud
"Hannah thinks so, I know. She dropped plain sugar "shop, a brought 9
my meerschaum this morning. 'We "Oh, no," Prue cried. "No" one could witter, may also be used, jungle.

must take lessons of that girl, Prue, or suit us better than you do. and the bright;; pink popcorn will delight Then, In a night the city vuulshtttl. # .
whole I think we'i "I'm glad of that, ma'am; but tbere'aanothel' the children. and no one can tell today what "hoc- #
her. On the
drop ,
4. her." reason." And she hung he' .. .. I pelted to it. No survivors' and no ieordi <.
Better -
head. were left behind to tell the talc. The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn
: "It will not be necessary, she BAM. \Rirs )HOREHOtTND( i
"Hanuah notice Prue was painfully embarrassed, fo Today one can see, burled In tropical
: ; /with dignity. gave SYRUP
., she could guess the other reason. "I jungle, u milo of uuirble 1 pavement and
this morning. I shall have to find
hope you will stay," she stammered. Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy u few 1 broken columns and al'chO's., Use For Over 30 Years. '
some one else within a week. rattling, rasping an.!
cough '
'n "I'm sorry-sorry, I mean, for the "I'll think it over till tomorrow,, difficult I hrealliing. )Henry( C. Stearns,. Nothing else remains!:! of the Golden A Tat O.MTUN.OM....... CV MUNMAV watt MW rolls oar '
h down next. Hannan's ma'am, but I feel as If Hannah badn'tbeen I Seville, once so prosperous and splendid
; family she'll drop on Druggist: SluilUliiirit.Wisconsin, writes,,
fair with me, leadlu me to eJ'lll'ct I except n few contradictory uu
no feather weight, you know May 20, 1901: "I have been sellmili.illard's
Speaking of dropping" things was different between you and Ihiteliouncl Syrup for two< live traditions These traditions vaCloudy -
him from what they really be." ascribe the destruction of th> ___. -
"I am not "speaking, of It now. It Is years, and have never had a pl'l'parltionthat : u
quite useless while you are in such i a Tom came home Inter than usual that has given better satisfaction. 1 city and Its inhabitants! to u mutiny Dt of the late Charles Stewart 1'arnell and

mood," she said Indignantly, rising night. I'rue was lu the hall giving notice that when 1 sell a bottle they: the oppressed ludluus 1111 earthquake) > ,, SIRES AND SONS. city marshal of the city of Dublin.
some Instructions to Matilda when hi back (for I honestly a sudden visitation of millions of red divisions
from her chair. come more can ; Mr. Pnruell represented. one of the -
Before she could leave the room Tome opened !the door. Ills eyes looked tired recommend it. -5c, Sox and $1 t.oo at all ants and an attack by Flench buccuneors. Theodore Thoin, the conductor, hAS \\'lckIDw in the 1805 parlia -

was at her side. "Forgive, me, dear," and sad she thought She hesitated a tlrllgjioH. U'C. The very memory of what I Just celebrated" hU sixty.eighth birthday ment.
moment--for Mutildi -- .. -- of the new .
the greatest city
moment-only a was once
be said. "I didn't know you were li The president of the Ohio Dankers'
was present, and now was her opportunity world has almost perished. Even In John Pollock und Henry Goren
such: sober earnest. lIe stopped < association is Henry Flesh. He Is on*
d c kiss the pink cheek next to him, but to redeem herself In the girl's eyes, -- Jamaica few people know anything Barnes sou-vuf uglUh noblemen, tire of the oldest bankers of the state and

Prue lifted a protesting hand. "Don't..1l'omr' when she ran to meet her husband and Philanthropic' l'laii to Found a about the Golden Seville. enrolled us student In the Harvard has burn cashier of the Citizens' Na-

she said. "You forget; It Isn't held up her face to be kissed.: The tired Moulnun Town With Srraouiann. The Spaniards> made Saint Jago de la Law IIchool.ExOO'el'oor, tional bank of Plu.ua for more than
from his us if by magIc Vega, now culled Spanish Town, their! town
look faded eyes F. M. Drake of
.necessary. John Hazel: tine of Syracuse, who Is twenty-five\ years. He Is also president
;a+ Y "No, 'it Isn't necessary'the words and he put both arms around her fell kuou throUKbout/: central I New second capital. Time and nguln It wa has!> Just given $3lXX to stall a lilblu!

: .came soberly enough now-"only sweet and held her close. "Has my little .I'ork us a phllnnthi'oplst and first superintendent devastated! by. hurricane and plague,, i colll'lQ lu India. lie had previouslygiven Covington

and natural." wife come to her senses?" he asked. of the :Municipal Lodging harassed! l by Indian revolts or ransacked : $;).OUO) such for Bible colleges> In The last of Wellington's alda-de-camp

i And the next day, when the time "!Lush!!" she answered. "I still think House of Syracuse, announced recently by adventurous! picaroons. Grudu 1111111 and Japnu. passed when the Duke of Richmond i
Prue had no oc It's unnecessary, but Matilda likes! It. oily It sank now its high estate until C. 10. Whittier brother of John, away
f' came to say goodby, that he was planning to take a colony I u died recently. lie bad the unique f
t v caslon to complain of his "honeymoon She refuses to stay unless we are 'at of 1,000 Syracuse people to Montana now it is merely a squalid village. (;ireinlenfVhlttler.. U U resident of distinction of being a duke four times

s ? demonstra tI veness." Cectlouate like.'" And she laughed bye establish: a town suys the New York When tile English conquered the real island WluiH'UnKo i'ojuty, lu. He la past over, hating the strawberry leaves of

':Tom Is very sensible this morning," terlcally. Times. they wade Port Royal their seventy-six years of ale and In good Richmond lu England Lennox In Scot-

aba said to herself but she sighed as "Oh." Tom said. That was all, but Mr. Hazeltlne, through his charitable capital, though Spanish Town remain heiilth. lie la engaged In furiulut land Gordon In the United Kingdom
she said it and went about all day with there was a world of disappointment In ed for some time the otliclal seat ot N.
aj a work, has obtained list of practically ChUl'lus1.: booth of Englewood D'Aublgny lu France. "i
a wistful look In her blue eyes. Tom the exclamation. Thvu he looked beyond all the poor people of the city and It Is 'overmuent. The emporium of the In< J.. wilD bus just celebrated hU OUt bunrtiedth -

was "sensible" In the evening also, and his wife at :Matilda, who stood From them that be proposes to select lies and the Spanish main, the market birthday, claims to be the oldest determined to
;0. the nert morning ho was so very sensl Beaming at him, her hands clasped Incstasy. for the 111 gotten gains!:! of 10,000 bus If the Canadians are
In tbe
",;r- ;t his cololll>lts. He! expects every one, holder of u life Insurance policy Pacific along
J ble bat Prue cried a little, but perhaps "Well, she'll stay now," be however to have SSO; When starting on Mincers, I'ort Itoyal soon l became thIcbest < United Suite:: He wall insured lu 18-13 have free access to
there la sure
t r 't4rJ:" : It was for Joy. Even "sensible"people said bitterly. "I congratulate you." the trip He Htutcs that be has' been and wickedest city of the new The celebrated Qeriuun weatherprophet their entire roust line, a do la
to It. All they have to
world. At the height of Its splendorand way get
a do that.. Yes Matilda bad decided to remain.
ri1I Ir ; In communication with four families l>1'. Rudolph Fnlb, ban Just"' annexation with the United
\\'t That afternoon Matilda made her She came to the sitting room door after who went from this section a year ago Its vice It was destroyed within died ueur lierllu at the age of nlxtyOre. to accept Newn.

p appearance. Hannah came Into the dinner to announce her decision. Montana: : and It Is 1 upon their the space of two minutes by an earth lie first studied theology which tlltO's.-Chlcago! .

p -t.}, sitting room to announce her arrival. After she had gone Pruo left her seat meats that he undertakes to stute'l inake. he abandoned for tbe study of uieteorolojjy. -
'"Matilda: Stebbins is here, Mrs. Daw- and moved restlessly about the room town "The ground opening In Several HE FOUND A CURE.R. .

I J-.. / ; ion," she said, "utter iny place. Will Then she sighed so deeply that Tom lIe Hays that fertile lands can easily ('lacea nt once," wrote an eyewitness>l. i J. :M. Zion au Indiana horticulturist. H. Foster, 318 S. sd Street, Salt

r ,. .P4: 'I show her In, ma'am Sbe and men looked up from his paper. "Ilead- be obtained) from the government, and In 100:, a few days after the catastroihe hU uuibltiou lu life Is to producer Lake City, writes;: "I have been bothered
.: to work together once, and she's "swallowed up :Multitudes of Puo HiijK indigestion for
lUlled ache? he asked. the question of making a good living: Inches indreltufereuce. with dyspepsia: or
apple lui'iiDUrluij' twenty
'J. ,. dreadful good cook. "N-no" she said. Her lips trembled, and having a surplus at the end of the pie together, whole Streets sinking uu. I an He 1 U I'Xpeilmeutlutc 21 years. have tried many doctors with

.' "Yes I will see her," Prue said. And and she burled 'her face in her hands year Is III III ply onr of work lie Is enbiislnstlc ler water with :Men. "'omenIn/ <1 ChllIreu with Kl'\'e1'1I1 I\urletlen and thinks be out relief, but I have found a cure in

." J '!r;',' In a moment a tall, lank, freckle faced and sobbed out, "It's Just heart ache, In the project 1 believing that !In them; and those Houses which : will attain bid desire. Herbine. I recommend it to all my
!!fj fia.ol' girl was standing In the doorway, Tom." be settling of western lands by poor but Just now appeared J the Fairest and noon friends, who are afflicted that way, and A

fil"'J'... : mlllng at her "Will you be seated" "Heart ache" be said gently. "I people from" eastern' cities will solve Loftiest In these: Tarts aud might vie I John IIoMttrd I'ainell. who hut beenselectetl I it in curing them, too. soc at all durg-
""" and the slid with the Flni'Ht Buildings lu the Worldvere to contest South Meath lu opposition 13:
Jhrue asked pleasantly, girl gists.
... bought 1 had a monopoly of that. he problem of relieving, poverty.
, )f' Into chair, still smiling Prue came close to his chair and. --- In a moment Sunk In the Earth,, ti> limit SbM'hv. a brother.-. -- --
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"1,ope you'll give me a try," she leaned against an arm of It. "Tom," I and nothing to be seen of them; such !

aid. ,'. .I'd like first rate to cook for he cried remorsefully-"Tom, dear, CAMPUS CHAT frying, such Shiieklng and Mourning\ .l
,' you au3 him" I i never heard, uor could anything in
rill aod"-her voice-
you forgive me President Angell of the Universityif
It was Prve's turn to smile. "Have Opinion appear more Terrible to
} jy
ank to a whisper-"klsa me? fire
Michigan: In his annual report to .
bad m uc.' experience" she asked. the Eye of Muu. Here a Company/ of .
you her hands In his and drew
i, He caught the !board of renent asserts his loyaltyto I
\' "Heaps of !lv ma'am, but never long her down beside him. "To please Ma- the cause of co-ediKutlon. I People Swallowed up at once; there o More Than a
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tumbling down, and in
I to one place. whole Street I Iof
lids? he asked.
will be In
Professor J./ Scott Clark
seems strange! Prue ext Another Place tbe Trembling
lclalmed. "Oh, Tom, you know better!I" uitnient at the North-
i in the
Jaws, let
F + her
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"Because If It's to please that girl I'llbe
*" ma'am the honey i-rati-rn IIl1h''I'>llty, Chicago, which will! lercllesa Seu:; that this '1'own is !be-
J7; "Well you see, so /tfILLIOJDOlLIiFlS $
.j l 'f." hanged If 1"But something pre leach tli-tlon wilting. und even attempt $
moons don't usually stretch out over nine a Heap of Itulns. Several Peo-
vented further speech just then. ilsloiii-a! novels I
1t; end above six months." pie were Swallowed up of the Earth,
f .Il. I'roft'MMor 1 Ii>u rj' B. Dates, the new
!'J' ; "The honeymoons ,when, the Sea breaking, In before the
f "Yes, ma'am. I don't cook and do When the Dawsons! celebrated their irofessor of electrical engineering at Earth could Close, they were washed Florida Capital guarantees -

o fit I for none but new married folks. Hannah tin wedding It was with the assistance the University of Colorado, occupied a up again and Miraculously saved from

0 ..,. ." told me about you and him when of their honeymoon cook. liulhir. position for several years at :'eilshlng.' Others the Earth received this pure vegetable -

J" -.:. jibg*first came here two months ago. the School or Technology at Potsdam, np to their Necks, and then Closed

.r,riwi said as how she knew you was AB Unfamiliar Dialect 1'\.Y.; I upon them and squeezed! them to remedy to cure

, Just, married." An American woman who was lately The appointment of :Mr. Alexander leath, with their Heads above Ground,
"'. Male: to the Greek chair at Edinburgh back*. -. -**
Prue; blushed. "How did Hannab In> London for the first t time Is con mny of which' the Dogs Eat; Multi- or money *

,now,lt?" she asked. rinsed that whatever the language lu succession to Professor ides of I'eopl1.'loutlng up and down,

"Eas, enough, ma'am. It's like may be which the cockneys speak it is Butcher, hUll excited some criticism, In- laving no liurlal. The Burying Place +1

slest and whoopln' cough. She not English. One of her experiences is sujii<:-h all the new professor Is only a it the Pallsutloea Is quite Destroyed

''t 1 tell by the symptoms. I'd rather tinted by the Washington Post. I Aeuty-elgbt ,}'elll'S of age, but he had the Dead Ilodles being washed out of Cures :
vh re there's lovemakln' goln' on 1&n most distinguished career at Aber- their Tombs beat to
The woman wished to see the city all heir Graves, I IIt
ipl than read the best novel ever by herself. Somebody told her that If d."n uud at Cambridge. leccs and they floating up and down; 1 !
Catarrhal affection of the
i ." she went to the terminus of some bus Is sad to think how we have Suf- / '

: % a8 .> terestlng, but very em- lines, It did not matter which, and CHURCH AND CLERGY. erect: nasal passages, bronchial
+ to Mrs. Thomas Dawson. "The Earth hath still fits of Shaking,
waited a little she would bear the con- tubes, lung, kidneys, bladder
i a -. go she would have laughed uctor call out the places on the route Key. Charles Gordon Awes of the with very much Thunder and Lighting

I\tJlda's sayings and have and then could choose that which she hunch; of the Disciples, Boston, hnjust and dreadful Weather; yet this and stomacb. Also

:' t njlytnent In repeating wished to visit. celebrated his seveoty- tth birth- had so little effect upon some People .

:'f I e But present conditions She found a place where buses were da,}'. I bere that the very same Night they
", r' ,,' remarks seem almost arriving and departing and waited. Rev. James L. Dolllver, father of were at their Old Trade of Drinking ,
. :.1't l I Ithe -
felt tempted to en.l She heard many curious names, but junior* senator from Iowa, is coiug und Swearing; breaking up Ware

r ailed to understand much that the busmen to be regarded as "the Grand Old uses; Pillaging and Stealing from IndigestionConsumption :4rf

SW' 'did' Hannah tell said. Every now and then theman ;Ian of !the buckeye State." It is slx- their Neighbors, even while the Earth-

elved: and the on the step of a bus would call ty years since he entered the ministry. quake lusted, aud several of them were

1 to do?" out. "Moblotcb, Moblotch and sbe Colonel A. A. Pope has founded a destroyed in the very Act; and Indeed or any disease a

I don't think ondered what part of London ")lob.lotcb" chureb without any sectarianism in this Place has been one of the Lu' est of the mucuou mem 1 0branee.

l \ goln' to work might be. She bad never heard Coha811etlass.: ., !In memory of his son. I i In the Christian World, a sink; of all .

\" rit before and she had been studying All are welcome to worship In the filthiness, and a mere Sodom."

ou a trial. nd6n for six months. At last she church, pagan or Christian, Jew orgentile. Old Port Royal lies burled beneath

.rt e ventured to address a conductor who I the sea The present town of PortRoyal
As TonicIt
i, ';, looked approachable."Will Rev. Dr. John T. Hclscbmann, pas.tor a place of no Importance except a
,, r 1'- x In to for my you kindly tell me," she Bald of St. Peter's Lutheran church, 8S a coaling station, was built after

1 Han "where one takes the bus) for the Mar- Brooklyn, celebrated the other day an the earthquake) a fire and a landslide gives builds
\ 1 a. an ble arch?" unusual double anniversary, the twen- along destroyed the few houses left ,

. III ':. 1r 'The,... man looked at her pityingly flfth occurrence of his wedding dayIUId indlng. I' up the system, banishes HANUFACTURCD ONLY BY

merlcan accent was thick upon of the date upon which he assumed Kingston: was not founded until the that tired feeling, make MANUFACTURINGLE.FU y

u 5d he perceived also that abe the pastorate of the church. early part of the eighteenth century I the weak and U
e eat He loaned toward her v. but It has already bee.qbrlce destroy- strong

I p'? mon' long breath. Then he bel- FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY. ed l by fire and several times ravaged happy _

Iriag Jng f frequently accidents occur in the by hurricanes. The Inhabitants nat.:

sd'at us sad, r bus, ma'atnl"' and beoblotch. /useholdwhich, cause burns, cuts, ally wonder. w .at catastronbe will,

oar. m Moblotch!" Iprains and bruises for use; in 'suchcases pppn next. \ ....... SOLD AND GUARANTEED BrG.

pbYlllcia '-1 let seven "Moblotcb" Ballard's Snow Liniment has formany '

and all wijjjsa she never once years been the constant favorite Many men have "ern capable of doIng W. FISHER JJCD W.. A.. ALLEN. ,& CO. ?

_... awful'cujtf'Is the way Marble family reiftedy. aye, SOC and $1.00 atall a wise thing but very few a n.eroa -
-\ In Lon4oD. I druggist. if \ '.'"...:WSSl&sJ .
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: Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of Flor- Florida East Coast Ry. .

ida, In and for Voluali County. lu ChanGLASCO yugKfCjjQjX]J MB>*wMHMHaaU; One Cent a Word .. .. .

: cery.DAVIS --- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct. 10 1903 ..
.Complainant.va. iIn 1 Try f for Uealth ,
Advertisement* of ten words or more under. ,
. De( ndui.t. J rash in advance oitch Inavitlon. >iO advertisements .5 5 S

appearingby tha ntliilavlt of thot Corupiamaut accepted for less than 10 cviita. No. No.29 No.98 78 '
222 South Peoria St., ---- 99\\ STATIONS IN.
IT that the reslouuoo I ,
. lu toe above ouuae, ).. Daily. Dally. .
or tued..felldttot.1i..rUu.Oat'In, la to alllaut CHICAGO ILL., Oct. 7, 1902. FOR RENT. S

unknown but la believed to be within BertuuIXivU tu., Eight'; months ago I was so Ul! / RENT-Houao. of Ten rooms tUI'I,,', 'd s 500 l' a 9 400 Lv..Tl101tBOnvllle. .. .. ..... ...Ar. 8I1Oa. OOp i i. ..
United atiites; tbut tUu aofeniltuit : he sit FOR .. ........... 8 43 ... -
that I was coinpelleil to or >luVl"t.. Hot and cold water bin, Im.. One 1 8eoa I 1I4 s ase5ap ;
:: la. over tb. ago ut twsiity-oiie 10 thia. )eur tueaerrloe all the' inie. My block fl'ollpo.t olllct Appl) to E. li. Hayward C 8 O I' sit Mil. ....... .... .....lIt..AllKtlatino: .. ............... .. 40 a. 560 p I to Po ,.. .
, and that there .la 110 puiuon would) bliiil Mute auliideftmdant. down nearly IJuland.L."OK o SOOOI.112: u . ........... .. ... ... '.,. .............. .. ... III a a 01 p ; 0 ,.,. ,
of ou wuoiu weak and S

:. Ac la Hereupon.process ordered< that aiild defendant that stomach I could was keep so notUinff upset on it KENT-FurnlHlifd Iloonm Mra. A. H. Ii -:f '!.11a.I. al1.'Ifloim 1I ..tr . .. .. ... ..... .644a'.. .B ". 4jp aC'.: .'..". :::'.ii.ititia .' ..

_ : B.rtua. JjU, Ou andaUe> la luquirud to appear uml I vonuti-il! frcfjm-ntly.) I l Amelia A>'enue. tf Oranges'! ( *'j'amid !J. .r30l'__ Lv. .. .. ... .... lea ji i ii :;: .<., S .'

to the bill of complaint heretO on or bufui-e toe could not urinate without great % 4 8 33 .. . .\,.. .... ... .... ..Ii..." ... .. .f..S. \'; -
.. ttrat Monday lu ""ixtkumbur) A. i>. lUud\ ueliitf I 'Olt HiN::- T-.Sniall cOf'alf" on eudofNoith The qvnlity : .. .. .' Pitlatlia..5; Ola ,!. ',.'
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much that
pain and I coughed so 1 ti _! .L'l !... .. p \
otherwise rue 1: Boulevard partly lurnUbed. Inquire of e !! '' .
the aeveuth day of said Diouth fl ivor of the fruit dcpcnJa upon mrp.12 22 Lv .. .... ... .. ... 6 O'.Of" ..," .
aaid bill will bo taken aa Loutuaaud by .a..id ilofeudunt my throat and 'lungs were raw K. Frunuk, or at tills olllce. 11-18 .S! I'. a. it
will bare leave .5 : r813I,113301' .................. .. ,o a f 3 49 p jl:.
: CuLt Loiupluliiuut. her. and sore. The doctors pronounced I'Oft; 1CENT-I'Hc-i'Oom Cottage on ;Mlnne.I :0.... s 8 20 I'.ill tt P ............ ...... D 41 a a a up .. :f
: to proueed ex-uurte: aa MKaliiHt tula older be publlabuil it Briffht's disease and sotu uvcnnu. Furnished. :III'''. F. C. \\'od. PotashOranges .mi.!!! 1;; 8 OS I' s 1 1t I' ................... II tins 8 08 par. S.
It la further ordered, mat week lu tile LC others aaid it was consumption.It r.lll1tull tf 5, a 5 0 08 1'.137 P ... ................ ''') .) .. .. ................. ".911 S 8 Gap
tor tne. vouaecutl\e" luaaid what .. .!! 5 9211' 8138 i I' .. ...............Pol.1 (Imaligo ................ ... 41a.0 e It p i'ill .
l uuU eekiy. .News, a..newspaper ol publlatiud iluililu.ltuvaa mattered little to me nh-orb lirge qn.intilles: of e.. M 8 eo 1' a II 00 P ... .................N.w, 8I11Yrn&................ .. 2f.. 8 II 21 P t ,.
C'ouut. } uf'olu.l.undaealof Cud Mute.aalil Courtat they called it and 1 had no de- VOlt HHNT Sinull cottage on 80ul"8I'd.qul..r : f. ::5 '11010 1' '' 8 2' "..... .................Ollk. ..a B 6aa., 1 88 p f
\\ DIY baud UeLiunJ, Voluaiu County, aire to live. A sister visited me I nt'lffhborhood unturnlahed. _\PI.I) Polish .mil tliu or:; .l06S" at S II ... ,................ 'IS a s I 13 p 13.in I -
the Court: house lu News olHce. fertilizer mil .. ............... ) 81 nil 33 6a !I
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or .Novembtr, A. U. ied.I from St. Louis and asked if plt'n.h,1 by a complete a Mn38pAS 3p. p .
)Florida this"rd day me .
) 1'1140 t 8 3S"........... \ 2 28a Ill 33$1 -%
L, D. JOHDAN, Potah.SoilctiltitrcUn. 8. P
SAM I had eyer tried Wine of Cardui.I !. in .. ....... .. .. .Cllll fill..f. 85 elI
... Court.: FOR SALE. : .. .u ill n. t 00". .4 a
: Circuit hoots
[Seal; ] Clerk I told her I had not and she -- .- -.- scipntidr proMim. Our .5 .!! 8111 2. a II 4 13 I'.. ........I..I 1 45a oIl
bottle.. I believe thatit 0R. Cane giving full dftiiilit, will Im, luuilkJ. fiev to any a. In S I Olin II 1131'.... ..... .... .... .. .. ..a I 00. sli 0111'1
bought f? S.\.LE-Japallll.e Sugar for seed laruiar who writua lur tliem.MIIN a. ': f201Ilt .. ....... .S .
c NUT1CE AFFL10A1IUN } OR TAX saved my life. I believe many Heavy IfI'UW" Itir Stock or I Strop Hel-iiiKT Going ( KAI.I "..011..14N. a .2l3aaIlClp. ................ ................ ...U'OpSI021.5 '
LKD]; iJtiUkiK]; tii-OllUA 8 Oi'JUAl'lblt women could save much suffer Flit price. Addieaa.SlUE-HlLL IJAlIlV, .w YorioI'.u! : "lu MMcAlliuilii .-....',ocS $... UIMud Ft. ::g f 2 nil a t 0 13 p ........... ....'.rl bb"l. ... ................... 20 p r II 6IJ.. : SI
if but knew of its value. U- 'II i-I! f 248& s 0 17 p ......................F.llPI1... .............;... Up a 11.11. { Ii'
( 4SSS::!: : Lb: 01" .H.UU- ing they 17 I ;: s 49 ii a 13 ................... .. .. ............ ...... Ii p a 9 41 5 '! r 5
, : 1.1..1.NO'l'ICE.\. I.'OR SVLEOne jmlr good< work mules --- -. .. ----- -.--- th ..- f211IJa..0311' ... .......... ... .......... ...... .... CI p a S 84 a I '
vtniron and liarucss, clieiip.: Inquire K. :''oj i:: f e !I" II t 0 57 ,..................,,, Sound .. ................. 311' f II es .; f '
la.hoiebyglvt-n that ('. L. Hutchln- t lauLk or at this ollice. 11-U Notice of Application for Tax Deed C.eil 1I48as11p.. ............... W.atJupll..r. ...... ...... ... ..flo i p a a si a'a I' ...
'"...." ut Tux tei llllcule r-;o. 4IS: Under I Section> 8 of Chapter 4888 .42I1aK1t7 ,. ............... I'lthiil t p a 8 17 az !I iI
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Uated the kl uu> ul J uiy, A. I.). itMJ UUM. niu IJiLOUIDA FARM; and OAltDr.M; for SALE:: W.8 ..4Mas8Up. ..,........ .... .. im p a 7 52! aa I'
. ; aaitl Ofllldcalo lu lu>' ulttcr, and Una uniduMppliuatluii C: at ver>' low piice-C'oiiBistlnir: ol 6U acres Laws of !Florida....: : 1" 6038"8211'. ..... ...... ... .. .l>.. cm p at i 43 a i' "1.
fur la*. iiewtl. lo IIMUU In aivurdeu.ua ............ .Ft 1.8I1 1..r Beach..a. S
4 iiincrea wi-ie In oiunve grove and piped witu 114 g, sIl01.a907". < 02 p s 0 tS a en.
,, ,, Don't want freedom from la hpr..h"jfh'.D that C C. Fanning.\ .- S
With law. buid cvrlinuutu 'UlI" "'* the you J.wo it U-ln. cement pipe, all still lu wood oriler NOTICE .. t622a.920""'. .......... ... 7 33 i' 6 87 a to Ii "
Nn lit-
'' ot i Tax ( itlllCHtii I 7.li.:!
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duBcrlOed Dltuatvd lu .. ..... .. ..LtonlOlI I
iuliuvrlutf pmuvtty pain ? Take Wine of Cardui and land very tcitiie-best condition for 4, It at 6 5011.9 HI'I 110.I .8,11.(, .. S .
eil tlio tlth( 'hlul June, t .11.I I IXIIH) him ilii-d .
Iui iuU . .. .. . .... .
tuuut>, iiii/rlua, ; South! Rantfe tubing auuiir cane. About antics welt, 1ev- fit Id ci..t"I"III11111I"I \ I fifllc*", und lins nniiltf, HPilluntt -a--: .100. a D' "PIA", Miami . .. . .. ... 700 P 8 6 00. : L1 I
tJ .11111 and make effort to
Ae vt, n-4.. beu 1. | one supreme .iled over the watt r, ..1111110 buttt-r' land 1 lur | \ ia.lt !I.>. I lax cli'id I to I lash I In iiccorilnncewith SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES. ... ..; '
Lot.'Aiiu Sd anaU WI'"iand bill attDvbtiod at the date of bit well. You do not need to bea misuitf celery and all kinds of tfurdvniiiir, usiiulnljutiou I luw, Ito.I.I I ('t.ltllk..o.mll'I .. .iictqit. the I tol- ;" = =
the cullitlcule III tile uauiu I ) : iil\vu)a makes voud Hops.piuuuiu lowing il" sci'ilu.d property aitnutid In VoluulilO S S S :.. .;: t .
iHUanceot aueu weak helpless sufferer. You location lot' ruisilig ,cuttle, as it la FbI Mil. ... 'Y' '
Ja&n. Y. bora L'uluiMwid otiuni-m ninl) \\ lit SANFORD BRANCH ORANGE CITY 3u11A3OU. -
or -
tn. ;
Imu u.. ruUeruit it uvvuiulutf to saW, lux Uuvd can have a woman's health and :....u to 1I0uI riuiyrf. -Mno-ioom house, alljastctvil 'I WK of Hi-M. Bee: 23, Ip 17 8, Itunge 30 E, 80! _ _ _ 'I :. .... ; .., (...,. S
4 | und muHtly papered Oood water, nor,',. No.1 No. 12, No.3 No.1 1-\; ..., ,
A.will D.loDuutiiuieuuuulheBiu lw nay u'1).c..wo..r. do a woman's work i in 1 life. Why jam' and much lI'ulI."h....... Tilt tiI.i! lii mid ll, liii] tf HMRCtlHOd lit. tllC. tlllte oft I ____STArIOol.. I ])I\ly, I Dlilly I D..lly I SU.Tron. j D..l1y 0. I I ,- (. .;".. ..-$,,'.

Wltll..... my om"lalf\rn..fure\ and aeal this not secure a bottle of Wine of J.Luke It. HITKST\ ,; ,..Fla.I lu' I.'.'that ce of. ,IfIh ci'itltlentn I lit the ntimoot .706& IN......... l'ltimiviile.. ..Ar"l3'G '
,- tb..lltll day Auveuibi-i.-., A. 1>. Juud. .llelou L 1> I liL/! t:1.!"PS mid ceililleato I hall 171R8I.". .... .... .MIIII..A (1237"( 1 3 SIp .I010..L..N.8r..rna.Ars15'p8'10p I :, ', '
[Suul.J. BAM't. U. JUHUAN Cardui from your druggist today "(.HI--WALE-A- lioiifc nnd- -'-In.qlliru DP reiiiM iii'ii HCCoruinK to lane, tat I hood Willjason 18RS./Lv. .......... Olteen .. ..... .. ..Ar fli luil, s3UI'aIl21.I f.v.J.ak..Ik..I.n.Ars113p.r OOp ; >:
CIciK Circuit Court oluuiu. Count: }', JMa. (li I food pony. thi-reon on the :-tflh day of December, .86!, 8I.v..... .. ...Enterprise..Ar' all O0i1 1.3 33illl Situ" Lv.OiaRao. CIIY Ars! 1 oopI5, U C 'r; :;" ": ."
: ? ut Uux Itu UeLaud rliu A 1> lUill.ltiKanmvnfflelnl( .11 so a .'-r. .. .. S. n' 'r l .. . .r.v sin (O.: 00!;) .11 4 ll Ar. .Or. City.Ic. Lv 812 BIplet 35 P '. .'
-- --- \\ l imluin nnd seal this .:, :-:;

NO I ICE OF APPLICATION rOU TAX I.'Olt S.LE'c..m' Launch 0x10 nil new the 27ih, duy of Nnvi-mlx' A.D. 1'iai.! No.23 No. 21 j No 19 I No. 17 80.18 No. 20 No. 22.Stindayllundayl 'f: "-':
1. littiuifs, will curry Ju pi'i-solio. t'ili.oluO. (!"I'I\J j 8A M'L D. J I)H 1>.\N". / MAY PORT ; .
UbUU LNLEI: ,( :b't: 11O O Or'J1i.. I.'- UVINEoICARDIJI J tiiHOlinu ijiiunuli, 1411 IIIIIHT,uuuuur old,curry elk Circuit Court \"Iu. ('ounty, Flu. / / Dali. Dilly I BRANOH ,[ Dally. Daily. h8undal ...;.., :.:;: I

$ XfcU 4868: : JuAWo:: OFNOTICE .I'I..Ultl1JA. pviituiia.. : I'lIt.e *e.6. Jual tIle UUUIH lor iiluti11 S onl,. I_onl"_ I_ ex.8minl______________________'_______ .... ..... _.1_ 0 ::
.. ke.. J.NO IIUMISUS nuudud. AddiuM. John K.liullln !
la hereby ylvi n that C. P.'Jolly, ., Burnt irliinciu., irlulldu.WANTED. Notice of for Tax Deed a 2 IOp.1O o5as I hIp s 8 Ba1Lv .........Jak.r..jll., ..... .. s 8 00 a 5 4 40p1s11 : I
....... or Tux Ceruucaie jNo. n>7, Application a a 03 pIslo IS ala I 33 p s I 63.. Lo. .......... .i........ 7 1(2 a s t 32 ploi2 1m p
....,..u the ud day ol July. A.U. I\loO.I1I1" filed Under Section I 8:! flf Chapter 4Sfe, "a.o Ik1048aI. alO.S \\I..Ar..P. .... .... .An.. .2u. 4 00 p.n 10.
auld i'rilUi.nle la uiy i lllce, mul ties. wade ap- Laws of Florida. 18 4lpJflO 6.aif f I'f a A..... ....At.IU. P.b.... ... 1J1..s. 7 iSa f a 88 p+ti1 4.I .
pllliullou lol tnX OCH U lu iB' ue t'l auuuiduuuu .- .- -. .. 3 OOpjsll s I to .a I DO a A.. ...... .ihyol .... ...f 1 005 3 to p1511 .
Wile law. tiuiu LCI tnlcate fuibittuiv. tile followiiitf STEVENS XIANAUCIt: WAXTlID-Ti-tistwoithy) lady NOTICE la hi-icby given thnt C.C. Fnnnlnr( ,
dean n-eii" VI.UV..I miuoiiUlu 1 V mumu. 1.U or trentlvmun to niunnKe buslneaa lu V o- ."' ot 'Tux ('eli lIlcaito No. lIlT,ilut- These Time Tables show the timeS at which traits mny he "slw"I ,1 to arrive and depart :
count>, HorUlu, i"-"' itt ...... count) and atljolninif leiritory lor well ed the II'Hi dny of Novtmbii" A.I I). Itll'i(, tinsllieil ::: from the several stations but their a rival or ,,'partllr..1 the times stated ia ti. % fruaraoteed, ,
be** ol aw.4 SaC K, U p 111, South U HO Eiut' 40 out iii',uruol)' known houc 01 solId linunclalitHiidinir. Kiiid oiitlfkuti-. 1 my fllei1.. nnu Iiaamiidf nor does the Company hold Itself responsible In, or'any consequence arising there '. I
scrts.r id-iMiusuiilM-Iit. eiisn .uhu')' ii rid e"- appllctitlon t I air t">ileod to thiiie I In tirroiilniu'i from.
S .1'u said' land being iiam-ased. at the date of iieiibea pub eath .viunuuy b'LUeekuuect itomit'uiUiuarivrs. with I hit,v. "uld ci,ituleiilo' emtnnci a
the launnue ul MUUU ceiliUv.ate lu the liauie txpuiibe inuiiey advanced, po,111011 11.lolliiwlnirdexfrlbeil, piopi-ny, ati altuiitiul I I a '
of U. M. .....I.'U..II. Ull..... said. ccitilluatucute peiiuunuia... Address. Manager, aID V iii illi Iii Cliii ill 3', Klollllll.' (lr-\\lt KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ,
BUall bu leUet'mcd aucuruinx to laW, mi luou bull CliJCrfK'>, 111. 1 -1lliilher Hi-Hoi' uwil Section 1", Up 17 8, Knnue 81 E, .
deed will........ tUer>.ou ou tue -lul. duy otDuueuibei -- .----- -. -- 40iicif' I PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '
Tin Haiti' mutt belnir OHHI KAed Ht limo ditto of -'
A.U. 1K1. "
I Gitty'a Sweet Powder f ir Cbildienuixeaatully Commencing- September SO, 1903
Wituuia ui uuluiai I itrimunv and at-al this tlie ifMiiunci- "" 'b eirillieuli-I ( I tliM-1niinu' .
XOth ot > uioer, A.U Ijiiu ""' : used by Mother Gray. nurse. In of J U lips HiitclilnHon L'ml.'ai: paid Cfitiltorttn -" -- -- -- -
4 day Au\t ..A..'.. i>. JORDAN lie. Cluldiena Home In Aewoik, (" tet'rislitit'sa. : Kliml I bu ivniu,, tnt "I uccnidlnir I ,. to law luxdftd SOUTH BOUND. i NORTH BOUND
b.- lUealj Vierk Circuit Couit Vuluaia. ., t.a. \ Had 1>frtomaeh 'Leethlnj: uiaujdeis will IHIUII* I llmicon on the gritti day of Di'- L" Mlaml8ilndaymandWa-dnesclayu.. ... lla I.v Havana. Th,,.d., ...... ..13 OOn'n -
b iiove und regulate. ttio iio\vcla: und U".II'U .mh..I'i, A.H l"i.l.Wltin !'[ Ar Key V tun !11I'1Mya NVedneadaya.., 8 19 r1st I lAr K., 2\ cii 'hll.y. ISO .
,oriua.. u\ei iit'mio. testiinuiilula. '1 lIl1o" ;1oo.U, hit 'my utiu-liil( I ah attic 1 II i'L' Iliad cal I tliix27ih J\ff Wear \\edaeidaya ... S 8 t vI ILV Key. \V t ; Frldtya.. .19 loar.il '
tAIL At nil uiuvBisia' A<". MinipleAddieaa IIJHI: : : .nil londud.'I.lday8.. 3 89 p
.vllfti ". Uinmted. L.e lloj, .... i". J'-01 (1:1"111): ) lOA Si' I. D. JOItDAN
S In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit of Flor --- Cut Ciicnlt I Cfinit Vo'iiHln. ('oil lit)'. Flu. An addlt'nn, above Steamshlpf.iiib.oPh-n Key ;;hi-;;: Havana aa follow!

; : ldaIziandrortbeCountyor Voluslu. InS LADY OK Lv. Keyp t Mondnya and Frld.. | Dfadava IInII.lurda..1(tO n'D ,
Chancery. U'ANTtD-THUiirwOltTllY\. I I ....".... 1U III,. Ar. HaVAnaTueadaya and S..iurd.>B .0 00 al) AI lv<*> \eai' Tues,mya 8al.d. ..8 30 p ,
Notice of A"I'lfcltlou for Tax Dovd
uiint) and &ttlJl Iii Lig tent i'>r> lur huiiau ul I Isulld | | -- -
The Florida Coast Line Canal and")) IVLrn 1i tIn h..1 of tU* wood yon mud bs.ii v. Illianelal utuicdliiif. $.UIiU( clriilKlil tilsllsitluiy L'nrKr Sections!:\ of Chapter 48t!: -S, For of Local Time or other Information address A '!',..o POl't"tluu.om"ttu}', III reiiabtt riKKAHU ff jro l iroul I ll\tiirt3i\ ,anaL and expuiisua paid cucil Plaudit dlltcti Laws of FmrUla copy Card any -,--

Corporation; etc., ..FOP.. over 89 year.. .. 8TEEN3 > hrSTANDARD I liiiidtiuui"leta. bxpena:: tRolley advuuctd J. :D. Asat. Gen. Puss. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. S
.n r'oo,4iiliod Agoat..
* S Complainant ; post tlon pel tuuncnt. Addrera" >l.iuarfir I In IKT. lirlvpn Ihnt, r.C. Fiinnlnir
... } FOR ACCURACY AND U.,,, .Uoiion It.djf. :, chlcuxo.; V-14-1/4.: NltrirU) P rol 1 'lax VititliMlte i ::0... Si':.', lu1- --
F The Ellsworth 'liuat Company, a DURABILITYW.annuntur.s ..il. I I II. a.1! HIIV t.fJit', A .11. 1111.> IIIIK Illed, BiiMCortiHi -
.____ ____.L__ __.______ .
Corporation etc., and chatlva ,ttt* I In lilY f'tilt'.','"Ii.l hits tutu t' ur,pliCHlon -
S \hng. ..nd T rl.d II. ooa.hilng 01 Are You Going North or West ?
J : H.tiart I It I ifirtiixd I. i I" inane In iicfiidinuo wll hlu"
Cefendunta'" RIFLES from $3.00 to $150.00 Keeps tlie I.'e..tII'IU and Dry.Ak ,'. ,.,.p..Id itlllcatii I i."m'-uicea thv I it tow I it(
;Ilo'rloi!:. PISTOLS from 2.50 to 50.00 today for Allen's Fout-u.e.:: a p >wdor. It "PIICI'lb.I''I\' l ', aim mitattil in Vo lucIa county. -
S cures Cliilbluins, swollen bweatlntr, Soro At.liiiift F ..-.I.ln. t< -wll! :
-:: -_SS fl'HE Ellaworth Trust Company, a corpora1 SHOTGUNS. from 7.50 to 30.00 l>auip feet. At all druwgiiita and 1 ahoclules fit '>ti.n'lol 1 nwV4 or niU. Si"" 04, Tp 17 S. .5 .
\ lion organized and exintluir under the. ;:;c. I.-It anne.W E TIIE
..;:: lawa of the stute of Iowa ami Charlva, Ii.s \To will\ ihtp our rood fnpreit pntpalil on 'lue mud I innd p, IH I nit a.ni> iiMl nl I I lie ilnt" f>t
'v Hart defenduuta above named lu tne ubo\o receipt of priwo. If you caiuot note.tl.m from I Ih.I, I Niiuiii.L*. i>i alicia c.i.I tiles.'"* I In ilm l tiiiiofifWnlti LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
.. entitled cause are hereby required to appear jrour 4alnr.J. NOIIUK UF AFrUCAIION: JFi/K TAX I nnd IVtlltt I 1.1I1o'IIS: l all iii teillllculeB'uiil I I
". to the bill of complaint. uiud he eln iitfunmt. : INUEU; : .ii.,. r<..1,.i in d iieiMttiliiiM, to Jaw, lux .h'ed OFFERS UNEXCELLED PASSENGER SERVICE.
[uhho bCono.N:;
I'.' them on or before )Mondu, LiULCinber Tth Stevens Arms &: Tool Co., otCllAfl'tU will IHHUI". I ill tint, on I ho 2-tb dtiy of DcCfcm.bir. ; Traina ("rl''lnlf Pullman Sleepers up-to-ilnte, Coaches free Reclining ChiWrCara I
"" A.U. 1 03. 4&SS, Li\VS:: OFFL.OH-, A U. l!"''l.Vlfni'c lluI'rl -" ,.r--
arid Cars: 1 soutlieiu muM Northern Cltiea.: The Finest Dining Car Service la
P.O. BOX 3001 >
The UeLund Weekly Xewa. a ncwapaperpubliahed ]1UA.NOTICE. \ lily i-lllc'ul' t lirn.itiiri> nnd seal this ( 111111111' tW"CI
a. at 1.IcLllnd.0111.1... county, rlorldu 18 CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS. 27th iii"n. ..f V,,v. nib l:, .\ .11.11"0.1 ( the sell through tickets via L. & N. <,
: hereby designated aa the newspaper III which Is hnrt-bv !u-lven iliat C. C. Funnluir, |p..J.] ><.\M i'L I II. .1tI1D.\S. AllKcnts
tor 11 i .. ..f 'fax Ceiilllintii No n'.ov, For rates, sob..dul"sl\lI.le"'ph," car reservations apply to "
tbla order la to appear once a wu. \e (>) Clk I Ir 'nit C )aii I. Voluslu UUUI f'la.
._ d..ted> the! nth iln> 01 Jinn-, A. D. lew" baa
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ng ''' A U' --- -- -- ---- ----- J. M. FLEMING
; lied, aaldcertincute. lii timer,and hauiuiiUe ----- -
; wW"M'm;; ; hand and soul of said Court at my .
_p '--,. DeLuud, Voluala County. Florida this 2nd NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX application, lor hilt dftu. to tatine. I In accoidanwe Notice of for Tax Deed Florida Passenger Agent .)
..55- day of ..November A. I). luo3.ISBAl. \ DEED UXDEM i SECTION 8 OF CHAP. with law Said! Celilflu,.,.. l'II1I.oI'lIccsll1" App1it.atlon. C. L. STONE I O. P. A., 206 West Day St., Jacksonville, Fla.
\ ..] SAM'JU D. JOitDA TER 488. LAWS OF FLORIDA. Iullowlaigdcreritie.I{ pioperly' bitnaltd *n Yu1. Under Si i-llon 8 of Chapter 4888! Louisville Kg.WNt11FTFI.
S Clerk Circuit Court V'ohmla County: Flit.Bryan I tunIC' county, t.'UI.h.lIl.I..II: Laws of Florida.N'Onrn ,
Ac lir'lIu.tIoUclton la hereby given that C. C. Fanning, bW 01 StV'4. I Sec ::4.", Tp 17 dot Rungo 30, BOic --- -- .- .
S and of Counsel for Complainant. NOTICE .. ..r of Tax Certificate' No. 713 lea. laliori, ulvi'n ihntC r. Fnnnlntr
ated tOt Hlh day ot June, A.U. Ifl'T, IIHB Tne Said lund beliiK nax-cacd at the Onto oft ." nl I Tux Cutlllciite I No. ii II l.iI.it.
11,1, said llrtcHtelil mj ortlee and hint made he.. l.Huance ot auth eLilitlUHte, In the nnuie' ot cd I Ik. Ill Ii .|IMV nl l JUIIP, A. l). l"IJII.! h"S flii-d .
ppl3atlon! lor Tax Deed to I latmu nuofinliniio Virginia Mi(ilie. Unit us said ci'ltillcatunlittll aid) cet I lltlciilH I I I In my "l1IoJ".1\11<1 hits inado ni>- .
5' 5 law. Said tenlllento emb uei-a the: follow.n : Lao r..d""III"IIIICC"'lIIII..I<> laW,tax tierd will le.t t u.n I loi'iiix di'iil to I Is no I In neeonliiniMivlthlnw
5 NOTICE APPLICATION FOll) TAX iItei'Ib.il' runTty| situated 'Iii Volusm Ht.ue tlicieon, onthettftlh day of DecemberA. r : 'li t ld cei.ttftcrtte iMnbmccs the tol- !
DEED UNUtKbMLION8ii' : >' UHAPTEK County, Florida,towlt : D. IIXU.vVmit '.."'IIIIC.t""I(.<1 propiM l)',till lI11f..d In Voln.lK .
48S8 LASS OF FL.' )KI DA. KH nl B.>M ot ne>j.S.O 2-1.Tp 17 South, Range tit my official alirmiUir' and 1.,11111" '.'"111)I ', rii rlala,. to-wlt:
r : 80 E, 30 acres.; be .Tilidit' )' ot ..Noveniljfi-. I). 1'KU.Sum NH"I niiji.l: ni-ijut, n").1. !Sec 4), Tp 17 8. :
IB henby given that C. C. Funning I ho saul 1 laud being ...-(>.8..1 at the date of ( J "A.M'L; 1). JORDAN.Utik : Hniiif. all l I 'mi. .na.Thi .
NOTICE 'er ot THZ CortlttcntH roo.... OM Ihu iHStlnnce nl such o-rliBcHte the name circuit Couit Vultiaia. Count)', Fla.NOrKJB mild liiiid lii'liisr ni'i'ei'eo'l nt I lie Unto of j ,.
S .c.S datad the B>1 day of April A. U. IbUJ\ ha.. flltd ot A. D. Llrfon Unliha saul certilloiile' tIm.* iffituncu of Midi utilincHte I in th*> "' ,,".. FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS .
S .aid otTlUKale In office, aud has made hull bn red. lined ,iiccordlnit 1 to IHW, Tax OF APPLICATION FOIl TAX of 1".1W"IIh"OJ.th" \ Umiit'ss *"'" ciTtllli'nto ,
iS- application for tax uiy duidiolaauu lu ncuordance Deed ill lane: thereon on the Sfctb: day of ah ill be- r'd"u' nccnidinu I to I law tux deed "New Rival" "Leader"
5, with, law Said ci-itllluaiuembiacue 1 IliefnllowlnH Ufvember, A.I IWA. DEED UNOUt SECTION 8 OF will I I N.ito th* reel on Ilie nth day ot I), cctn- "RepeaterIF
S $ deacribid properly altualud In \'oluaiaouunty Witness my olflclul signature' nnd neal thlahuiiTtu ('1-1..1' lEU 4StJ: : LA >Vb UF FLUK- ber.A.D.llt.C.! Ui1J. '
Floridatowli., day of Novenim A. D. 1U03.t'EAL IIJA.NOTICE. \v I iiiKs III)' nlfl"ll\llItlll111lnrp I a nil aeal. this
ewfci or ni-4.! Sec at, Tp 1U 8, R M E, 40 acreS. [ ) SAM'L D.JOKliAN, fhl'liI": .In)' uf Novi'nib.'r.' \ .D 111"1.( ": are looking for reliable shotgun am- I
The aaid land being aaio-naedat tile date of Clerk Circuit Court Voluaiu County; Florida.It's la beil>' given that C C. Fanning [rt-HlJ SAM: L 1) JOUDAN. you
curtlnuate 'In the name ""' 01 lax C'rriltlunle: No uTbu, ('1k Circuit,, Con t, Voludlu County. Fla
the taauanceof auch
-- ------ d ited tbebli. L iI the kind that shoots where
of W. c. Mo"yUere. Uuic..a aaid cerllHuateball day ol June, A.1. lIla lies you
----- -- -- ---- --
StS be rt You 1
For ,
tor tax ilued to Usue In Winchester
will issue. thereon OH the 2Itu day of UvoeinWltnVaa with law Said cuitlflcale embraces nccoidanue your gun, buy Factory '

S b.r AD.. my 190.3.official signature and seat thlatbeSTth "hu tullowlnx deKCrlbed property Hituaied InVolusia Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with
ciinniy, Florida, to-wlt: ,
. ol ovetnbi-r, A. D 1WI.ISealJ .
day) SA I'L 1J IOUUAJJ "Si/' ,, of nw>4, :Seo2O'ipflSofBiinge3OS0: : :: F'R..B "Leader" and "Repeater loaded

Court'u'u..la County, via. acres ; ,
S Clk Circuit
' '
the said ," beliiK assessed at the date of
thai |H'U nr.. ol such ceitittuute ffi the inline A TRIP TO EUROPE-( with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
of Ariniir I). Paul. Uiilwha sat Id cerllllciiucaball I ., I '
ba redeemed according to law tax deed 1\\ Loaded Shells and others.
will ISIIIH '''.'I''ou "u tile aoth. day of December Factor accept no

Southern A. D. 1903.muiiiiaui .
p ) ulllclal xlgnHtiirH\ and seal this S.
the 27b; day of NUV' D. 'IW3auui 54
I ( ,; ;: HL! D. JORDAN, --- "

Clerk Circuit: Court of Volusia, Couuty II'".. .

Florida RailwayS NUTIUK jpf APPLICATION: 1-'lIn TAX -- -- -- --

AND DEED: UN unit f IiEO lION 8 iF "

rilAPiliU: 4S88:!: : LAWH UK FL.OK.IDA. 4.
S .**awau.. River Kant" Health Drink! U hereby given tbat O. C.tanning, NTfCOASTILNEi
The Great NOTICE .
: ...... or Tax Certificate No. UlU If you would like to take
dated. tlie 4th day of November, A D., 1UJ1, : *
S bait Bled said. ci-rtllUiate In my olllce and bun a. trip to Europe she
'.- Dispensed at all Soch Fountains ESc:; wade application lor tax deed to Issue In uocurditnuu I\ 'Yorl 's Fair, Saratoga.
with htw. SaldoertiHuntet inbi'uoea
;1g Schedule! to ElTeet June 18. 1908. I h.. following-deaorlbud propeity situated lit (0) O'JJO New York City or Aahe- _

SS .. ._ METTO Syrup I to put up Voiuala KHi of .county" -4. CeO 2:1 Florida:: Tp 17 tow, Hunne It. : 30, SO nureii. a !() yule without having to put

for mixing with Ice waterIn '.rb",1J. land bulntf. attHeva. d at the date oltht I- up any of your own monc)" The Great Through .Car Line From Floj *
: -i
.: .u)SItI Flyer. Qui'cktepL tbe Summer time and issuance of such certilluaie, In the nameof jI. write the Jac'.csonvllle Metropolis .
f.ypalatk&.6 :Opin It IilalllL" Unknown. Unless said certIficate hall tieredueincd
JaoaioTiTiilV.V.V.7 W pm 7 48. amA with hot water in the Win ucconllnn to law tax deed will a .1 a for particulars .
! V..ldoeta..U W> 11 w am Inane. theteuo on the kHth tlay of December, f
L f.t1 -, ACTIftOn................. .lasiiam 13 IIIIplR ter time. Specially adapt. A. D 1W>.3.Wltneuaniy. : .
.At f'AJrd"l" .............. 4. 14f>1I1R I "!! pm ed to family use either as official signature and seal this ITS '
,-S A Maoon... ........... ..,8 Warn 4 10 I'm the mib day of Mowinhi-r. A. 1>. 1\111\ (;3. RAILS TO SavannjTOTHfc
4' ._,. table drink [Scull] SAM'L L>. JOUI.AN.CI. EAST '
*i- O beverage or ,
rj or A l a I ton Richmond and tfc
1."*7s .... Atiint ... ............ 7 25 fttn 7 45' pm of .. Circuit Court Vul"ata County; Fla. Washington, ,
.. the tea
r4.c.8T.L. taking place PeDn ylvania Railroad. s .

S A'Chatt..noowa..l00plD. l00am coffee etc. NOTICE Ar-Pl.ICATION FOB TAX VIAALLRAiL _ ( .
I AS. Na.IIVIIIS ... .......... e 66 vw us o amIt.c..CaaTR.R. I)EEU UND ,;K ShUlION; 8 OF THE: METROPOLIS The 1111810d Nashville, via MontgomeJTha S '

AtBt.LouIe ...............' OSaul 7 4pm CHAfTEll 4888:, LAWS OF FLUE CARTER W EST :
..1 CbloaW)....... _....10 (JSam Prices for Syrup : I Pint, IDA. 8{ RUSSELL.PUBLISHING Mjblle aDd Ohio Railroad vU Monte (

Je9.'. Lou..llle .............. I HO am .. U Slain 25c 1 Quart, 75. i Gal U hereby given that .... C. Fanning cocJACK50NVJLl. I .
r'5 .. ...,Ctllonn..tJ, .... ..........1. LOam 40ftpm lon 81.35. 1 Gallon $2.50. NOTICE ..... of Tax Cuillltcatii, bo. 741H. FtA Via Savannah anti \C'"O' Steamship C
LtT S 557 0. a .8. 1. L :B. '. dated the 7th .1..y of June, A. D. ]1808 baa n.ed PbiU Irlpbla anti Bniton.rrvTUr hi S CJfft

.' ** A Chicago ................ 9 18amolid Directions : Two tablespoonfuls uld oertincate In my ollloe and baa. tnado EAST Vift Norfolk Steamer for New s / ,
S application lor tax t'p";;! to lamieln accord l .
trate&from Jackaonvllle to Maoon. used to a glass of mice with law. Bald rf: Scale emuracc thetoiiowlngdescribed I Baltimore. .L 'Q

Fsfe. Train from Palatka oonneot at V'iitdOStS. water. Coats less than 2c. poluty situated. In V'o- BO YEARS Via Savannah l11
trainfcolnr north trnwJokuOflVtIiU.rL. VIA and Merchants and S
with lusts eonnty Florida towlt: 3TEAMSHI" P
I* Local Sleepers on Dixie Tiler train for. a laMs. Lot 4, Sub of nwH! of n.. .! '. Macon renalnlna In depot until 7 80 a. m. 1 RuavetiO i a.:.. _ _les of ambj "
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cara from Jack- :Tropiea1JLCKSOYILLE ManufactnriDCOmpany. The said\ land being assessed at the date of To Key the p I
,7I to St. Louis via ab<'T. route without. also ibm 'liKUance or inch nertlflonle In the name West Via PeninsuU
chaolre o 015 on DUI nyer train of B 1". Juvona. Ulll..' a.llid OLrtlflcnteshallb -
-a .; puii 5. fiDe' sleepers. on same train to I FLORIDA.W. rtcluemedacoorriloir to law, tax deed will rk, via Atlan ti
rr.ir ; bloagO without : :"f, 'Informatlonl ad_ iH.uu thereon on the ;i8ih day of D..ovmber. HAVANA. 0 way. I. .
il,1.Ii lor 5ObSdUiS '' A. U. 1MM.Witnviamy. gent. Atlantic Co
1ytt .' dnI. Ji H; BtFrtERY.. official alanaturo and ual this t
.\ rJla&rlotr.Allt.: 2>>1 WU"r.ttt.: tbe TUi, of Novt-niLer A. D. I'03' MARK Milea.
ria,. day TRADE ... rD.
: .taolulOnyme. Sold bv GW. FISHERW.W.ALCOTr.. (!eIlIJ] SAM'L I) JOKIJAN.Clk DESIGNS STARK, .

J., S S 4 C. B. 1tflOD8.. : Circuit Court Vuiuniii County Fla. I COPYRIGHTS AC. Interchangeable Trav. Pass. Ag'eit. S ."
- G_._ _P._.... A.t._ .. MOOSh 0. MleaQ "
-_-- un' ____ ___ ____ _________ ____ I Anyone. aicerlaln landing: our a ketch. opinion J and free descriptIon whether mayouloKIr an principal railroads S 11 JRAIO Jivill., J' .-.

1 invention l< probably DiIoiithla, ommunlra.. agents. ,
Lions ntrlctlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent Through Pullman SI. I P.s.Agt yilmiagtj
4ent tr.... Ulrieflt aveney for eciirlno-patent _
PatentS taken throuuh Slunn (.t. reoelre Liar: also via Atlantic *&&&
viial notk. without charge. In to 9 For, reservations a" uf [
Scientific Jlmtrl an.A or write: >Vv. _
FKANK. C. Uv Piu. .
hitnilsomalr' Illnttrateit wnaklr.eiilatloii 4r.ent nlr.
of any aolentlno.. Inllr..al. era.. ti a / _
flit months, SOld all 138 Wa t B*

MytN, : w fi l M. EMERSON,'<

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ooooo'tiVo Jo 'oVo o x 0000000 The new furnace at the public Pattlgon Cuse Continued. I+o*O-K, )!M>K>KMMOK>.I-OJOr-o+o K>K>I-C:

school building Is now In working or- Attorney J. Alexander, who rep-

der. The furnace was Inspected Wednesday resents the defence, and Attorney $
1 Toys. Gifts morning by Trustee Fisher I3prt Fish, who is assisting in the prosecution d

.. and Insurance Agent Wright, and went to Palatka on Wednesday
; ) .
was pronounced'Iln -claes in every to attend the trial of W. A. Pat- KINDS:

The time Is again at hand to begin! selecting! particular. In the past teachers and tison, charged with bigamy. The case

children have suffered from Insufficient was continued at the request of the .. AND PRICES

TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN, o heating, and all are pleased now prosecution, and the bond of Paulson

GIFTS FOR YOUR FRIENDS ot. that the arrangements for heatingare placed at $1,500. This bond he will AT BIGELOW'SThe
good.! probably be unable to give, and he

t. o "We Are Well Stocked WithToys Marsh Bros are now handling the will therefore be confined in jail until
; finest western meats. his trial at the April term of the court
for Putnam county. price of rubber has

Dolls, Drums, Horns, Trains, Engines, Automobiles, A meeting of the directors of the .. gone way up but a largelot
Albums Boxes CA Aquatic Club has been called for this
Fancy and Baskets, Shaving Sets, Mirrors
V. S. Court to Convene. before the rise
o Comb and Brush Sats, Hand Bags and Toilet Goods, Soap, evening. The matter of digging! the bought
Perfumes and a treat many Goods suitable for gifts.MCELROY'S. canal Into Lake Wlnncmlssett; will be Jurors have been drawn for the win allows us to sell at former

0 WE INVITE YOU TO CALL discussed.! Several of the large property ter session of the United! States court? prices 0WHILETHEVLAST 0 C
which convenes' at Jacksonville De.
In the WinnemUsett
00 sec I
"8 :o AND INSPECT OUR LINE.oooooooooooooooooooooooooc. tion have expressed a willingness to cembor 7. Four of tug 48 jurors are

assist In this work, and a definite from DeLand, n.s follows:

.0oooeoo 0 0 o0o ego o proposition will be made them. When Petit Jury-W. D. Ilaynes and B.
W. Phillips (colored). 3 O-loQol-O-loQol-O! +OIOIl!OdF03.0.1-0 FC HoIoHU"ERTlSIXG 1 tJ
___uu __ this canal Is completed there will be
''f"'Z 'i fifteen miles of shore line: around the Grand Jury-Cornelius O'Nc:111lnd '

Ira, Mr. S. V. Huff of Live Oak has 1 likes reached front the Aquatic Club Charles! Smith. DOES ,\ PAY.The January May lie Cold. '
: Local and g I rented Mrs. J. U. Jordan's residence I
grounds. I According to DeVoe's predictions,
on Howry avenue, and the family will Reunion of the FJol'c1/allh'hioll) t.C.T
HoeK'ol.th Year
Who a
Han full of cold
January will be waves.
% | Personal Briefs \g o,1g be here to reside about the 10th Inst. for Trespass sale at this notice office*-printed on cloth-* Comrades John A. Bradley, John L. Thinks That It Does Not.' Four cold waves are predicted, the
tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC Mr. Hull U a turpentine I operator and : Chandler \\'. P.
Edwards and S. J,
week 8 the second
The business done the past by first on Janaary 7 and ;
The Cranford Club was entertained has recently purchased a large tract Signs on cardboard, "Furnished Hodges have been appointed as delegates U. A. Dreka & Co., as a direct result on the 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th; the

; r Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. J. H. of timber in Volusla county. Rooms for Kent," 5c each, at News to represent Lorlng! Camp, No Manager! Grasty's energetic advertising I third on the 21st, 22d and 23d; the

Hibbard. Mrs. Bigelow; won the prize. Mr and Mrs. S. W. Walts arrived Office. 2523, 1:. C. V., at the Reunion of the should be a lesson to those:: fourth on the 2Slb, 20lh, 30tb and 31st.

Refreshments were served Three from New Albany, Ind., the last o) Florida Division. to be held at St. Au merchants who sit on dry goods boxes, It's! a pretty safe prediction. If there '
fc'" !i-ytable were filled Wednesday. but the It Is amusing to tiling of some of //.ruethlt on the 8lh-llth! Inst. whittle stick and "It don't cold In DeVoe cannot
the week, and are in their winter the freaks performed .. a say, pay I Is any January,
by common carriers -
''clut, yriu have four tables beginning horne for the season. to advertise." The store that does miss It more than a day; or two.
of freight. For Instance, on Oct Fire In Dunn's Bottom.
'l ;Wlth the next meeting. At the buslI --- not use printers' Ink, and plenty of it, ,
.\ I ne.. meeting Mrs. W. A. Allen wa> Mr. James Alldls returned to Tor- ber 14 two boxes of new type were A one-story flume building belonging In this day and age,!! of the world, Is Fu lr( ('T bliss! Oroie.

:. elected secretary-the only otllce re ring ton, Conn., on Saturday. Mrs All slipped to TUE NEWS PUBLISHING to Lee Bacon burned down In not going to do much business. Lock W. D. FuJger has solo' his Interest

""t quired and the only honors conferred dls will spend some time In DeLaui COMPANY from Washington./ After Dunn' Bottom Monday! ulUl"lIlnBe/ over the advertising columns and you In the Domingo Reyes ,grove to Mrs.E. .

by the club. The next meeting will with the family of her son, Mr. J. F. waiting thirty days the shippers were sides the house and furniture, about find the very best" business the com- T. Gross. Conslderat.on: 1,5CO. J.

be held at The Oaks, Mrs Hays being Alldls. .vrltten and sent a tracer after the $00 in cash was destroyed. There was munity. You will find that the advertising W. Perkins retains' his Interest in the .
joxes. It was then learned that the Insurance. The fire Is
the.hostess. Oscar Larson has resigned his posi supposed to store la the one that does business grove.
'\ type had been shipped over the E. C. have caught from the heater which .
't\. brnall \ and Is doing a
tion In the White Front at profits
Grocery anti
,. aegis.
.' +; Mr. Tuten of Jacksonville has accepted .Ine, Instead of the A. C. Line. On was left with a hot fire in It. Frlersun.-
' iif': accepted a position in the post oltice. big business, and, of course, there you
.I: ... the position of cashier In Saturday one of the boxes arrived by o find the very latest styles and the A pretty marriage was solemnized sat
Dreka-s Department Store. Mrs. V. M. Fountain entertained Clyde: river line; the second box was the home of Mrs. S. J. Yearglnon
ii\ ;f frfi There was a very heavy frost yes freshest: goods and get the best treat "
; # Mr. L. L. Hearndon aud family ar Tuesday evening at a "Kitchen Show. delivered Wednesday by the A. C. terday and this morning. At ten ment. Go to the store that does: not Indiana avenue last evening, when 1 l"1'

rived last night from Georgetown, er,." given! for Miss Ned Stackhouse. line.Vbel'e this freight had been o'clock last night the mercury had advertise and what do you see? Just I|, her daughter, Mlttle II., was wedded !

1,{ I"'. Ky., and have taken rooms at Mrs. All sorts of tin and kitchen utensils the past six or seven weeks, It would fallen to 30, and tee formed. The the reverse, to be sure. What bu..i-1 j to the man of her choice, Edwin Pow. 1
be hard
Voorhls' fur the season. They are: were presented by friends" ; In fact, probably to learn. That the orange growers were badly scared. nes-i tbe.y do Is a sort of overflow thai ell Fricrson, In the presence of a few 1
>, boxes
t+ friends of Marshal Henry Stevenson. almost a complete kitchen outfit, with finally arrived safely at their But It did nut grow much colder during can't be Malted on In the store where invited guests, the ceremony being ', 1

;s 'lt.; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jordan entertained the exception of a dustpan. This wan destination Is also surprising. the night. A thick ice formed by tUllheial advertising Is done. And performed by Rev. J. E. Gates of the i Ii i

left out because, as those gathered this advertising is the cheapest First Baptist church. Mr. Frlerson 1'
morning. The Indications ncvvtpnper :
I'tii. a few friends Friday eveningfor Brill hall just opened a new lot of : are ;
I:!? Miss Louise Tanner. Tne evening" stated, they "did not want her to choice Hosiery. that the weather will now moderate. hat can be done. In no other is a carpenter, being employed on the j!

'. sweep." Refreshments were served. _. way: can so many people be reachedat College Arms hotel. The young people t.;;;
" > : wall most pleasantly passed with -- - -- .__ ___u ___ _-_ _
.t will make their home in DeLand.
so small cost.!! It beats circulars! I
.' ',.cards, etc. Refreshments were served Dr. J. II. Fox of New Smyrna visitedhis 0..,,0.a.,o lodgers and fence signs and all the THE NEWS extends congratulations
tI::. sj,by the hostess. 4 wife and daughter in DeLand the
and best wishes
others, and the ads are read by people -
;(;, Interest just now centers on the last of the week. Mrs. Fox and Miss =: that are Intelligent and usually. .
'marrage, next Tuesday noon, of Mr. Mary spend their winters in DeLand 1,000 cash payers. Everything Sew and Original.

, |I Eugene Ray Conrad and Miss Marga.J In order to give the young! lady the And what is said of stores using the The press all over the United States

1 'ret Edna Stack house, which will take advantage of our educational facili newspaper advertising Is:! true of almost I Is unanimous Is its praise of Howe's

J |$place at high\ noon at the family home ties. CHICKENS AND TURKEYS.WANTED :! any other line of business. Advertise Great London Shows, which will exhibit

!f!on.Rich avenue. These young people I The members of the Kent Club were advertise, In the newspaper:! at DeLand Dec. 14. The show Is

,h tt.; tare among the most popular young entertained at a supper at the St. the home papers, first and last and all composed of the cream of acrobaticand

;- i : defy folk. Both ot them "grew I Elmo Saturday night by Messrs.: J. thc time. Advertising Is cumulativeIn gymnastic talent from all partsof

'; ;t < <
1', ,J4: well-wiehers are numbered by the Ii they spend a couple of dollars an haying: a large collection of rare

E'' "'hundreds. llj\ Mrs. Brown and neice, Miss Armstrong AT ad and then don't sell $200 worth of wlldanlmals: ; six funny ShakespeareanJesters -,

J.Wff" .e Charles MMllburn}\ : of Port Orange, arrived last night from Ohioto THE 3IAKKETON{ goods ou the strength of It, that advertising will cause you! to laugh and .

. 94_was shaking hands with DeLand spend the season In DeLand. doettii't pay. It doesn't pay grow fat. A.1

:p Ji il friends on Wednesday. Mrs. Bracey was called to Marlon E. L. McBride, them and never will-in that way. Behind Preserves. '
- ?" \ 'I'11 the ail there must" be: a story attractively Kunuinal;
.f >>.'t' 'i. Rafftery, tie! deservedly popular county\Illness several of her days daughterinlaw.ago; by the serious told and the goods: to backup A lady subscriber wants to know .

1 uivlslon paseengtV agent of the the Tell it repeatedly! and Will
!W SHYU story. how to preserve kumquats.
. ,; .. Georgia Southern and*Florida Railway A meeting of the Public School: Improvement : c I you impress the reader with your sin- some housewife who knows how please ,.

.'', t was in DeLand on business Wed. Association will be held at erity.. That's all there is to adver- send recipe to this office for publication

,at, i nesdays. and continued south on Thurs I the public school building at 3 o'clock ising.: The people arc"educated up in the next issue of THE :
day. ____ ro.
. r business advertised --
Tuesday afternoon. All interested to the fact that the'-0.0-
.' <,, aa Mi. Mary Stewart has returned to I are urged/ to be present. --- -- -- -- -- -'-"- -- -- -- -- In a newspaper Is a reliable one I Mr. Bacon, an experienced laundry-

.,;d DeLand from Ain Arbot. Mich., will be the A or the paper would not !give: them man from Boston, has opened a laun- .
1 "The Value of an Ideal" peripatetic umbrella mender anda !
',' ,where she has beenattend, ..f school. I Rev. E. T. Curnlck, of the New, theme of discourse at the Presbyterian hat-bl- ckcr' and repairer were In .l>".ice, nut even for pay. And that Is dry In the building next to the bank.
England Conference, will preach at For the work will be done by
.i' Mrs'. church Sunday morning. Sunday DeLand Ibis week, plying! their trade. one thing that the true newspaperdies present, r
; Mr. and A. H. Ryland and son I the First M. E. church Sunday mornIng / 1
it hand but machinery for a steam
for its subscriber; guaranteesthe : ,
.' are expected home from Jacksonville at 11 o'clock. school meets at 10 a m. and the Young The umbrella mender is the one who
; will be In.
of Its advertisers to laundry put
reliability: ,
ioday. People's Society at C:30: p. m; prayer spent several months here last sea .

Harry T. Howard of Daytona spent meeting on Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. son. He finds DeLand: a good( field in the best of Its ability.America's '
;..Mr. E.1'. Osgoodand! family, who .. E. L. McBride has made
which Manager
; Thanksgiving in DeLand with his Friends and strangers are cordially to ply his! trade.
t ",..own" the Fred 'Nyland place west of family, who were the guests of Mrs. invited to all services: Greatest !Shows.! improvements! to The Market on the
town, are expected down from Bos-, I Brill will have ; nice lot of Xmas Corner, which is now without doubt
Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. If you have no girl, borrow !!OUleonc'
v' 6n shortly. Their household gocds Fine Evergreens for hedge/ or lawn. the
goods, :autumn handsomest meat market in the i
crop. the
Webb. Mr. Howard and family, and See E. II. Uuywaid now. 3t else girl and go to the big show,
re already arriving. ,
\ Miss Lottie Eccles, who spent Thanks- Cilminal 1 Court meets on Tuesday.The on December 14 at DeLand. It is the state. For his own use he has built a '
] !- Th.. officials of'the Atlantic CoastLine gtass-enclosed' otlie, pagoda shape,
.Tbe/jplnsters: Club was entertained glvir with her parents in DeLand, biggest show that has exhibited here
! Wednesday evening at the home o'f returned to the coast on Sunday. have written Agent Poxve asking St. Elmo bat! just received a this season.!! and white enamel on the Inside. Mar !
' for any advertising/ matter be hundred'gold I ble counters, burnished meat-hooka
: fish which will sold
lrsJ Ejiot qe B. Wrjgbt as a farewell U ---------- -- ----
Miss Viola and Miss !Maurle Erhart may be able to secure about DeLand. Christmas and racks, patent chopping blocks, a
,l1sll.ed Stackhouse who is be as presents. '
,) to The mayor and in,trt>ual have decided -
" entertained a number of friends at Persons who have: copies of any of One new Ice box, etc., complete the
married on Tuesday nwtt. The affair clean all streets and
to unln-I
","" cards Saturday afternoon. the DeLand booklets Issued! the past Mrs. R. P. Moore has rented the up outfit r
N was a most pleasant one, considering house known closed' yaids. After the yards ,
: the Hamilton House -
them as -- ----
few can to good use>>
nr years put i
, ,. \hat nearly\ !all the spinsters have become Mrs. Boyd and daughter arrived this by taking them to Mr. Powe. furnished It completely :and It' now I once put In good condition, the mar-I TO cultic A COLD IN ONE DAT.

\;. nW? (ronfc.sir the organization week from Baltimore and have taken prepared to take tourists or students. I bhal will arrest anyone allowing Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab

nrlba cJub. t' Wright made all rooms at C'. Miller's! for the winter. Admiral Schley Pecan trees at E. Good .fare, comfortable, neat bedroom yard to get dirty.Christmas lets. All druggist refund the moneyif
Rates 42 i
per day, $7 week.
: H. Haj ward's. Also fine Camphortrees per E. W. Grove'
Je fat homer: course. Dainty rev it falls to cure.
Rev. Frank J. Longdon and family that must be removed. 62 Special rates for season or school I signature is on each box 25c.
-y'freshnienta. were served. year will soon be here.
returned to DeLand this week. They

Mr.. C. O. Justice and family, who spent several months in Philadelphia. Services on Sunday at the Baptist -
I church will be 11 and 7:30p.
at a. m. :
atJ:1ved:: in DeLand last week, have
Mrs. J. B. Jordan, who spent the I m. At the morning service tbere oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooo
W. S. Cleaveland's o
.d 31rs. house.
tumiLer in Kentucky, is expectedhome I will be the ordnance of baptism. B. .,
moved la this week. Mr. Justice
. 'k i disposed of his commission busilnPhiladelphia the latter part of the week. i Y. P. U. meeting as usual at 5:45: I STORE NEWSx o oo :
and residents
\ [_ is out of active Mrs. T. E. Eccles has retur ned home' prompt. Strangers are o ,

I se, and proposes to enjoy the after an extended visit North cordially Invited to these service. o r" -- 0 o
c 1 1o
( of his life. Tuesday and Thursday o
j For Loan$800on! good security on Oysters evenings every, at W. W. Akott's. g c-: A.. :DA..Es: =..A. cfc co. o o '
r ,. y Bly went to Titusville DeLand property. Enquire of C. O. o
4 -_ L legal business. Codrington. Baker Stevens, of the St. Elmo, has o 0 o
rented the lironson house Rich J.50 choice f but cheap at the price, $2.001 o
.. !! on g TE] over-looked our Ladles' terns 93.00 and ; your very t
avenue. Ills family joined him last o I and Children COATS for $1 I 08 f to 3.00: ; your choice 98c. i oandCLOAKSinourBirlh o
LOT 3-Thlrty-nlne! Meltoo.Satlnet LOT 9-Three Child's Long Ulster i
H1)--- week and they have gone to house- o g and Diagonal! Capes, with cape collar Coats with full shoulder cape, for' o '

keeping ________ Jay Hale. .\\; e now oiler our entire fur-trlinmedand braided. Price boy or !girl, 5 to 6 years, $1.50; now o o ,
Home-made Bread, hot every hour, o Stock at such tremendous reduc II.5O to 2.50; your choice t>3<.<. 73ct J" 00, now J.48.: < o
jo.'V. .o..00 .0.0.000 Alcott's. LOT 4-Five Ladies'Capes, assortLOT 10-Seven Child's tine Double oed
.1 at g tlon that can ill afford to
you neglect a
1r all wool 0
-- | fine wool heaver and melton Breasted Short Coate, ,
( V rI St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Sun o the opportunity for moneycloth, Price,, J.CO to tl.OO, ; your nicely braided, full square .air:
(SHave day, December 5th-10 a. m., Sunday g saving. Some of them are shopworn choice $1.88. collar,2 to 3 years, $4.00 value; now o

you begun to think of school; 11. a. m., choral celebrationof o but when you consider the LOT 5-Flve Ladles' Short Jack. $2.48. '> o o
o It's ets, blue, brown and tan, $2.50 to o
price, a good chance.
tommunlon 8 !
'' J CHRISTMAS PRESENTS? Holy with sermon; o 14.00; vour choice $1.98. It is useless 1 for us to comment o o
.. .. p. m., evening! service with address. g 'o. LOT 6-Eight; Ladles' Walking o
o Coats, fine wool, beaver, sizes 32, on this Sale. What o
': k ra Stove and fireplace: Wood-Orders LOT 1-3 Seal Plush and Velvet 34, 36. Price $5.00, 1.50 and 8.00; o
I. ingto dger's left at Ryland it; !Sparkman's: or the g Capes, silk lined, fine Angora fur now $3.00 and $' .98. we lose you gain. We warn White Front Grocery will receive o collar, long stole front, with fine o
a .:: : LOT 7-Slxteen Child's Coats, you to come early and get o
os prompt attention. Emery Baldwin. g crinkled fur around coat and col buttons o *f
o heavily braided la silk braid double-breasted, large best choice. o
It Ine of I The orange grower were badly o lard jet. Price, $5.00 and $0.50; your heavy plaid /goods, sensible, warmgarments 0
y, t frightened Saturday morning!, when g choice. $3.50. ; $1.73; your choice, 5 to Mall Orders for Everyo o
ta 18 98c.
o LOT 2-Nine Seal Plush and Vel years o
24 but
untts.s the mercury dropped to 29 or ; vet Capes. -Bonlta silk lined, some LOT 8-Ten long Mother HubbardChild's thing promptly attended o o
I as It remained there only a short timeno Elder
0r iCoats
eiro0 o with Astracban collars, all nicely o 1
0 to at t lis Store.
mon damage was done. Guava bushes, o braided in scroll and pendant pat Down and flannel, some shop-worn o o r

;ring lag it castor beans, and tender vegetable g 0IG. w
be os f
.d.st us and oo were cut to the \ground. The weather n

oar, m o continued; cold for several days, !giving A D FK A & OQ.I

physicianand o us heavy white frost on Sunday. : .
all w Monday and Tuesday morning o '
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tan'1 ; KIMONOS FOR STREET WEAR HOLLY'::: AND MISTLETOE. 00000000000000000000000000o O OUR' ADVERTISERS 'I '. -

+ I Ohl.sao Club Women Indorse Them 1 State News q
For and Theaters. Haw the House Should He Decked
O 0 Xtunes of People Who Pa-
The Japanese kimono and the flowing With Christmas G..D. 0-0

,, liken robes worn by the oilc-ntula. ornamented It would not be Christmas) withouta 00000000000000000000000000Fifteen tronize The Sews.

with exquisitely embroider wreath of holly in the window or Georgians arrived in

flowers and birds-these are the Ideal Home touch of green uliout the home. Umatilla last week. They thereto Following Is a'complete list of those

garment for women from the tutUtlcrandpolnt. The hall Is the drat place to be considered go whose advertisements will be found in

Members of the North In decoration, as this (gives the settle permanently, engaging in THE NEWS. AI we endeavor: to keepout

Bide Art club Chicago renoued this keynote to the rest of the house, says farming. of our columns all Irresponsible

conclusion: after Dr. Yamel Kin:: a na the Philadelphia Times First aud While Miami has the largest persona, we have no hesitancy In rec-
had drawn parallels between foremost Is the mistletoe or, as It used
tire Chinese dock on the Atlantic coast south of ommending those whose names are
r +. the crude, abrupt lines" of the to be called, the "Ulwlntf" bough. This
y New York preparations are now
found in the following list :
v.. tailor made gown and the (graceful need not necessarily! be of mistletoe ,
for south
curves of the kimono during a talk on alone, as holly can well be mixed with under way extending it a GKOCEK8. .'
y l distance of 1750 feet This is to be
ri' .'ChlneseVowen" the other forenoon, It. But It la correct to tie bows or W. W. Alcott
the Chicago Tribune. true lovers' knots of various colored done with the expectation that the Kyluntl & Spuikumn:
says DRY GOODS, 8HOE! ,riKNI3HING') : '
K, The speaker wore the native coatuuie. ribbons on to the stems. The larger increased business will demand this I

t' and her bearers went Into ecstasies this bough can be tbe better and It I improvement.The U K..P.A.McElroy Divkn& Co. ,

; over the delicate colorings and the should hung somewhere lu the'centel'
- graceful lines of the loose gaiuient l>r. of the ball. magnificent grove property'known

r 'Yamel KIn urged that the dress of the If there Is a looking glusa hanging as the Nocutee grove, for the W. D. Fu"lror

oriental women Is practical aa. well as against the wall (aud this Is a great past year owned by Mr. Phifer of BLACKSMITHS! AND WAGON-MAKfiKS. THE HEATH & MU.LIGAN BEST PREPARED PAINT

beautiful and after telling why It was improvement to a small, narrow hall, Gainesville, has been bought back Hurry 3t Kent

110 the American women agreed that as It gives an Idea of space), let It be by Colonel T. J. Walking, who Scott: Hodgklns WEARS LONGEST LOOKS BEST COVERS' MOST

there !J. no dress quite like the kimono. encircled by a loose holly wreath. At last year sold a half interest in the DRUGGISTS AND 81'ATI ON K It S. V

They urged that America women the foot of the stalls put a tall earth same grove to Mr. Phifer for $40- U W..W,1'lshurHARDWARE A. Allen& Co. Thtit Quliheifan : \ Best Prepare Paint I r.&.half and

.i ,, should adopt the dress of the oriental enware Jur of artistic shape, and arrange 000. Mr. Phifer and family have BICYCLE! FURNITURE. orrlrd .Ikrf It ,, ....
. In it tall boughs of holly aud
and appear In kimonos on all w'asionn
returned to Gainesville and Colonel Blitelow HitrJwnre Store
l -on the street In their homes and at spruce. Watkins and will U atts Miller (Also! Cndertttklng) HEATH ,
the theaters. The holly can be turned luto n great family soon move MEAT MARKETS &. MIl..LIGAN MFG, Co. CHICAGO, U. S. A.

"Wouldn't the kimono be cold lu wIn I variety of decorations for the borne. to Nocatee.
Marsh Bros.
ter time?" was asked. The wreath is by far the most popular While the people of the Indian The Mr rkvt on the CornerSTATIONERY ,.

' 1 "CohU" echoed Dr. Yamel Kin. "No; of the decorative designs. It Is generally River section are hauling in dollarsfor !: NOTIONS.

not cold. You may put on as many kimonos tied with a smart bow of scarlet
a .
their big pineapple and orange F. G. Brill
as you want to tbe one over the ribbon. Frequently a star of red im : J. A. EricksooATTOKN
should not the ...
'' other, until you Late enough on to keep mortelles Is. set within the -wreath. I crops they forget : EYS-AT-LA! .. )-
A fact that there is money in growing
you warm." The bolly branches, with plentiful E. ,- -
1. Alexander -
i "It Mould be a good Idea If women red berries showing against the (glistening potatoes, beans, tomatoes, lettuce, Bui Plan

would adopt tbe Japanese kimono fore leaves make an artistic garniture radishes, celery, cucumbers, pep- J. W. Perkins The Racket Store;"

; general wear" declared Mrs. La Verne for the bouse. The branches area pers, mint, parsley, etc. One acre, MUSICIANS AND SURGEONS.! :

1 W. Noyes, president of the club. "They graceful ornamentation for pictures, well attended to in the winter is E, T. Allen

. could be worn on all occasions nnd cornices antI doois. In hells they are far better than planting out five Vlila/. .A.BuuieckoOeortfH Davis J. A. XZRICKSOIff Proprietor.,

then the pockets In the sleeves wouldbe particularly effective when there Is a and the little JobnftcDhu'mld: .
acres giving or
a great convenience to the Chicagowomen. replace may as a no attention. The Turnbull ham ,

They are large enough to hold ground.A DENTISTS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: MUSIC, ETC.
samples and purse, almost everything." glided basket, (you can gild it yourself mock, just north of Titusville, is W. S. Taylor

Mrs. F. \V. Tracy thought they would at small cost) filled with holly and said to be one of the finest bodiesof INSURANCE:, HEAL ESTATE. Agent for the SINGER, the beat Machine in the world. All kind. of

b. excellent for shopping, and Mrs. R. tied with broad, scarlet satin ribbon land in this state, and all it wantsis E. II Hayward Sewiiig Machines repaired and parts furnuLed.
A. H. HutrhlnsouSllns
L. Greenlee declared that the locationof would make tin effective centerpiece the right kind of men, with a B. Wright
Best and HARNESS in tile Harness reraiitd
: promptly
the pockets would do much to pio- for the Christmas dinner table. A careful and intelligent system, to cheapest : city.
feet women against holdups and pick bunch of bolly will of course crown make a success of vegetable growing ar A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION.. ... '
County Abstiact ConapauyLUAIBFK
the Christmas pudding, but a bunch _. ,
pockets. there. For the past month -
of mistletoe must be tied under the TVIININO, ETC.
some of our vegetable growers have
Bond Lumber
chandelier in the parlor. Company -
y STARTLING EVIDENCE. been shipping tomatoes to the mar- John Tt'uta'nll100( llulldlnif Contractor) .
There are people who every Christmas LAW DEPARTMENT
Fresh in quantity is jets. not other HOTELS, HOAltOlNCt UOVSfcS.
testimony great put on great airs about their "teal l Why grow things .
constantly in, declaring Dr.King's -f0 -
coming ( -Titusville Advocate. nUll nett House
English mistletoe, but our American
& New Discovery for Consumption Turner HOUKU
., mistletoe. answers all practical purposes The 'Cuba Inter Home JOHN B. STESTOfi UNIVERSITY
Coughs and Colds to be uneijual- interesting car, on
aud the luck It brings aud the WELL DIIILLINO ,
ed. A from T.
recent expression J. MeParland Wheels, which has been standing
Bentorulle, Va serves as example salutation it Invites are just as genuine upon the Tampa Bay track for some H. C. Ha"ellI1EOICAL DE LAND FLORIDA.

He writes: "I had Bronchitisfor as any foreign article. livery ADVEKTISEMK.NTS.Oroe's : >: .
weeks is almost for exhibition .
ready '
three years and doctored all the year tho south Is sending large (inanities and will be the Tasteless Chill Tonic JOHN F. FORBES, Ph. D. ALBERT J. FARRAH, LL. B.,
time without being benefited. Then I of mistletoe to umiket. placed upon Hood Pr<'puriitlonsDr. Presilent.! Dean.
began taking Dr King's New Discovery _u__ __ side track at Franklin and Polk Plerutt Golden Medical Discovery

f. and a few bottles wholly cured How to Send Christmas Gift. streets about the 10th of December.The Cnsturlii Tropical' MiiinifftcturlngCompany'

me." Equally effective in curing all Never send a Clu'l tWIlS gift without I admission.,. will be 10 cents and l>r. Miles' Ntrtlno: Winter. Term Commences Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1903

Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption your card or some means of Identifiedion. Wine of Curdul
part of the proceeds will be givento !Munlinttan Therapeutic Association
Pneumonia and Guaranteed do not like have
People to their HerblnuII.
Grip. I the Children's Home. Mr ItamBeur E. Bucklln & Co.8110TGTN" TWO l'E.&RS' COCRSE-Tbe Law Department of John B. Stetson
by W. A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher, pleasure tempered with ,
mystery says '
: University gives a Two Year Course, leading to the Degree
the and of the
owner manager ARMS, ETC.
druggists. Trial bottles free regular the New York World. Engraved cards of LL. B.

?' sizes soc, and $r,oo.Coll ....-- are always in better taste than those car, is in the city now and will Winchester. Ste\ons Arms Arms: &ConipnnvJ. Tool! \Company DEGREE ADMITS TO THE .AB-The Diploma of the Law Department

written by band. Written messages" make one more trip to Cuba before of John B. Stetson University admits to the Bar.

01an engraved card are permissible the exhibition. The car will leave UA1LWAV. AND Line STKAM-IIIP: LINES. FLORIDA PLEADING AND PRACTICE Special Course in Florida

etc e Yell.*' Revised. when sending a gift to a relative or Tampa upon a five,years' trip Oi'oi Cldc''irln Steamship Southern nod Florida Railway Pleading and Practice under a prominent member the

r [A movement to revise and censorial the Intimate friend. A greeting, as lcrr1Chrlstwall" the United States. It lx>ult",'lllc n nil, NII-h III" Railway./, Florida Bar will extend throughout the school year. .
college yell has been proposed] throughout Florida. East Count Uiiilwny/ THE LIBRARY-The Law Library of John B. Stetson University Is
The raucous yell or "Seuson's Greetings is well worth visiting. Anyone who AtluntluCount Line Itulltvay tbe best in Florida with possibly one exception.
Of old Cornell when used Is written on the upper part does not know the of the SCHOOLS AND (;OLLJoOI: <.S.
And the whooping hall of Tale, of the face of the card.A heu simply resources John II. Stetson diversity For Information regarding the Law Department,address, ...
The Harvard howl wonderful island will be surprisedand ALBERT J. "FARRAH, LL. B. DSAN. LAW Dsrr.. D LNO. FLA. ,. _
And the Princeton growl a date Is used, as "Christmas, 1903 I with the fine PAINT MANUFACTURERS.Heath For Information regarding. otber departments, address, ; tL
) To a milder tone must pale. write it In the lower left bund coiner. delighted display & Millltfun llllutucturIJlIJ Co. Rav.;C._S. FA"RI5S, Disc, DsLtND. Fu.F +
It is customary for gentlemen to accompany -I of products and manufactured ar
The U. C. shriek their gifts with engraved ticles.-Tampa Tribune. --
. And the Vassar squeak
, 1 And the Hopkins ribald blare; cards bearing no Inscription.. Christmas BND ALLOWED BENNETTS.<
r> Northwestern' yelp gifts should always be neatly ,

t I[ Of a lion whelp wrapped in perfectly fresh paper and In the preliminary bearing at

i I Shall be softer on the air. daintily tied'\v 1th a nice bit of fitting I Stnrke of the three Bennett broilers,

The Wellesley squeal or narrow ribbon. In sending a gift In j I charged with the killing of H. O. Y

And the Stanford peal town, even to one's nest door ncl0hior Richard a few days ago, Richard
rah of old Knox I
And the rah ;
employ a messenger or a servant; i
The West Point cry I Bennett was discharged, and John
never a member of the family If it cuu
And the Flake kl yl S. Bennett and Henry Bennett were
A Must. eliminate their shock. be avoided. Always plan ns nearly as
held for trial on the charge of manslaughter
possible to have a Christmas gift reach
And the hoop-te-doos and required to give 6, Time
el Of the Oakaloos its destination cm Christmas", day. Bet. : seems!

as el Shall be made more circumspect, ter the afternoon or eeuiuj than the 000 bail each for appearance for most iintiuiely :;u .. -

d I But the college yell night before. trail. The bail was at once furnished when he bringsa /' .1:;1>"
f woman to the turn
Will sound Ilkwell, OL
1 It will hold more Intellect! and all released. of life. Life is or .r- Ti x xYn

,, I -ChIcago Tribune. How to Make Cranberry Jvlly. SMALL TOWN DESTRORED BY FIRE. should be at its
q ', Take two quarts of cranberries and ripest and best for ,

DRIVEN TO DESPERATION. boil> until very soft. Strain out the Nocatee, a small lumber town five her and she ap-

juIce and add as much sugar ns there miles south of Arcadia, was swept prouchesthischange -
Living at an out of the way place, is juice The juice will be more lube I with a dread of its effect born of hat
+ remote from civilization, a family is by flames'" Thursday night. The knowledge of the sufferings of other
form of thick for have
t often driven to desperation in case of you principal bubioem houses were con- women at this season.

accident resulting in Burns Cuts strained It not through a cloth, but sumed by the angry 11 am em!, tbe loss There is not the slightest cause for
in through a coarse sieve. Now boll fur fear at this period if Dr.
Wounds, Ulcers etc. Lay a supplyof auiountirg to thousands of dollar, or anxiety
Bucklen's Arnica Sahe It's the twenty minutes, add a tublespoonful Pierce's Favorite Prescription is used.It 't ,.
best on earth. 250, at VV. A. Allen's anti of gelatin dissolved lu coM water and The immense sawmill plant of gives health of body and cheerfulnessof V f J. 9

Geo. W. Fisher's drug stores. pour Into a mold Set way to cool. G. Welles &. Co, together with W'I' mind and by its aid the pains and

n -. tend to the table turned out of theymold I eral million fret of lumber, were pangs of this critical period are prevented

and garnish with rneilngnes. For I burned fo ashes. It is understood or cured. "
I Dale Manchester's Purchase. Dr Pierce's favorite Prescription is Ilia"IJe,1
I (
the meringues beat the whites of four (
F Considerable baa been written about I that no insurance was carried. woman's medicine with a wonderful

the Duke of Manchester's new purchase eggs untileiy stiff. Add a third tar-I The Atlantic Coast Line depot, record of cures of womanly diseases.
a teaspoonful scant of cream of I Diseases that all other medicines bad
,;, but few people know that Lo I several boxcars: and six flatcars were
tar. Whip again. Add a cup of sugar, failed to cure, have been perfectly and
renzo Henry, who sold the castle dl also consumed. Several other buildings TRI-WEEKLY SAILINGS
1 scant, and a little vanilla. Press': permanently cured by the use of "Fa.
? ,i' rectly' to the Duke of Manchester, la were burned. vorite Prescription."
through a tube upon oiled paper and I DBTWJENJa.ok.eonvil1e :
one of the oldest friends of the young. "I I.1.tm my duty to write you as have
r' .t she was bake In an oven so slowly as only to AFTER HARD WOOD LANDS NOW. received I h benefit from the use J,your
and when a young
: +<, duchess) dry them for half au hour. medicinef'.Yy Mrs Lillie A, Bowman, of New : AND New York w
j girl! be stayed with her parents at bert Capitalists are in Florida and Matnmoras. Washington. Co., Ohio. "1 have
taken four bottles of Favorite for
home In Cincinnati, says the London How to Keep Honey* other Southern States buying up all female weakness and change of Before Calling Charleston 8.C., both ways.

1. Onlooker., Mr. Henry Is the son of theY To keep honey, either extracted or of the woodlands where they can began such pains taking in my it I head could and not In do Ibebac;:f'in:ojJmynec":.J THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

s,. former owner, who built the Irish cas- comb, put it where it Is dry and warm, I be obtained at a low figure The I that I thought would lose my mind Now I can THE CLYDE NEW
work I Prescription ENGLAND AND
day recommend Favorite SOUTHERNDirect
tie In Connemara. every
y, .' even hot. It will not hurt it to be in a immense pine forests for turpentine to all females suffering in the period
w '
.. l'f temperature of even 100 degrees. IfeitractecT I and lumber purposes having been of change of life. It la the best medicine I Servloo Between \
Li f; The Dally Times-Union and THE honey is not thick enough tiea have rouud.u"Favorite JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE "NS ALL EASTERN
< bought these Prescription has the testi-
up, moneyed nun now Calling at Charleston Both Ways. .
.Api NEWS one year for $0. thin cloth over the top of the vessel mony of thousands of women to its w: I
J seek the bard woods of the ham- SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
---r+.- and keep where it la not only warm, complete cure of womanly diseases.Do .
.. i but airy and it will become much mocks for transportation to Northern not accept an unknown and unproved Southbound . .. .. .. .... .. .. .. prom Lewis' Wj

.A'I' .)'J. j. ROUND THE THRONES. thicker. Many housekeepers put honeyIn cities to be converted into furniture substitute in It. place. Northbound. . .. ... .. .. .. From foot of Catherine Streej .. '

the cellar, as honey readily attracts and fine railroad coaches. Saw Keep the bowel. healthy by the timely \
.;.. King Emmanuel one of the great- use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. CLYDE ST. JOHNS Lf
. .et,living numismatists and possesses) moisture. mills are to be located near points RIVER it

A. the finest private collection of coin. where the hard wood is avilable. -- Between Jacksonville and Sa

A. i\$ .la the world. How to Make Christmas Lenioa Tart. There is evidently much more LOCAL TIME TABLE. Stopping at Palatka' Astor, St. Francis, B.reeford (D. l'
i To make Christmas lemon tart
:: ; use
King Edward has become exceedingly : money in these timbered lands than Trains dlate landings oo St. Johns River. ..
A .. two cups sugar, one cup butter, six on the Atlantic Coast Line
' ; ?ji i conservative In matters of dress many owners imagine. It is also are scheduled to leave
eggs, two lemons, two largo( tablespoonfuls from and arrive STEAMER "CITY i
.:; -Z! 'lace his accession to the throne of of brandy one teaspoonful grated evident that all kinds of timber is at the DeLand station as follows:

1" ".,. 'Great Britain. nutmeg. Beat butter and sugar together becoming scarce in the Northern LEAVEFor Is appointed to call as follows : Leave Jacksonville, '

Tra .....- Although Joachim Albrecbt: prince add States and hence the ': the north, No.40..1320p: Thursday. 3:30: p. m. Returning, leave 8Wednesdays Sh
.W t'f" of Prussia, belongs to the generalatab, the whipped yolks the seeking of For tho south, No.35AKHIVE....... ........ 4:60p.m.: and Fridays, 93o ,.
juice of one lemon and the rind of two, timber in the Southern States.

matIlene.; the nutmeg the brandy and the stiffly From the south No.40 130pm:: SOUTH-BOUND
.o:: .: beaten whites of the eggs. Bake In COUGHING SPELL CAUSED From the north. No. 3 ..... jjio: p.m Read Dawn SCHEDULE

obao: a eompoeer.nl' mall pastry shell and use no top I DEATH. NIGHT TRAINS. ilea of am ..
: The' following are said to be the TJlniNo. 21, from the north an-lvln at De- le by the
1fooL r names of the sultan of Jolo's' wive: crust. "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, i. Ht 1:16 a. m. and No.as from Leave 8 80 p. m. ................Jsahse.rtlM /
choked death the south, DeLand;; .. .
to early yesterday morn- arriving, at Junction at 8 46 p. m.800a.m. ,
an.'i"" Scent of Lilies, Heart's Desire honey How to Hake Rasor Paste ing at his home in the of his Isle:l a. m., are met by hacks carrying United : :. ?PAMe:..- ork, via Atlant'AgenUAtlantlc f<-,'
pr presence : States mail, and to DeLand. SSOs.m.. .. ..... t a iway / .
,.of Life Dancing Sunbeam, Blush oft
Levigated oxld: of tin, prepared putty wife and child. He contracted a slight The tare ou these hackpassengers. i
Morning, Oasis In the Desert Moon Arrive S 90 : : ., Co;
= powder, one ounce; powdered oxalic cold a few days and paid but little a. m. '
' "' the Waters Song of NlgbUngales ago 10 00 a. m. ...... .............:: 'S:,
/ \ Upon
acid, a quarter ounce; powdered gum attention to it. Yesterday' morning he THAT THROBBING HEADACHE D. STARK, ..

.: .fjt,. ... Whisper of the West Wind and twenty\ grains. Make Into a stiff' paste was seized with a fit of coughing which Would quickly leave you if you used General Passenger ud Tray. Pass, Ageht, I.,..
., Saw In Bloom. continued for His wife Dr. King' New Life Pills. Thousands '
... with water and evenly and thinly some time. sent t Jsokeo villa, Bl r ,
'N Too KMWWhat.r Y ouA+Taklaf spread It over the strop. for a physician but before he could arrive of sufferers have proved their match- 7. H. IRONMOMOElt. CRAIG, .
t another coughing spell came on less merit for Sick and Nervous Head- a'1 Pa.., Agt Omjilg c
t' when take Grove's TastelessChill W. O,COOPER, Freight Ag
you ,8sk. and Duckwell died from'' suffocation.St. .- aches.. They make blood and '
} 'Tonic because the formula I. Ho Ma.k..*.. pure a. 1 4'p
,plainly printed on every bottle show- pllt the Bah remove the backbone Louis obe.D: ocrat, Dec. t, build up your health. Only 35 cents, A. 0. HAOERTT Oeu'l ]Baa 4 Urea NO

_____''''J. fnjT; .that It !. simply Iron and Quit 1. [some veal itufflng, on each, roll up 1901." BallardN" florehound Syrup money back if not cured. Sold by W. I THEO Q. XOJtB.General P oota VW.'Pus.o i iI

,J1aAI la a tasteleM form. No Cure, bake In a battered pan and In a wool a )im. 230, sac and A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher druggist I ] {, .

.' ,,,;,:r<'t\\1IO" ;; PUXC. .._oven. Cor.ahput !Ijgg.49 I. l *. I Iy ter

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