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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 11, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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DeLand Yolusia County Florida Friday December 11 1903. .$1.00 per Year
Vol. ,%vii, No. 51. .

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THB LEADING'Professional -

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Men o December Session |go 0 o Was Cleared g 0'i Hunting in Florida <\g DRUGS JEWELRYStationery

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monthly meeting! ol: TRAVELING man, George/ capture by any means whatever, Watches, I .t .

I.YIDA Z.BABltECKB, M.D., ( of County COlD mle Walker, of Cincinnati, tells; or kill any wild, non-game bird. Huyler'n Candles, Clocks '
was held on Monday I the Courier-Journal the following To have in possession living 01 Kodak Supplies, Silverware, 'rt

Physician and Surgeon. and Tuesday. Present, Chairman / story concerning the dead, any wild, non-game bird. Florida Souvenirs, Optical Gooda,
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.. Hew York Ave., DeLand Fla. Oinoe Hour: Bond Commissioners Brooke,, manner in which the jury which ac To take or have in possession the Toilet Requisites, Fountain Pens,
A. 10.A..M to 14 III.s j to 4 and 7 to V p. ... McBride, Rodgers and Murray. qu.ted: J. H. Tillman for the murder nest or eggs of any wild, non-game Dr. Mellette's Remedies. Etc., Etc.

1 1i Road and bridge reports were made of N. C. Gonzales: was secured. It ii.
A. DAVIS M. D., bird.To
,i JED. as! follows: unique among the multiplicity ol; buy, sell or otter for sale, dead

1' Physician and Surgeon, District No. Pinestrawlng Orange methods whereby the ends of justice or alive, any wild, non-game bird ot W. A. ALLEN & CO.

tfO!;, .Offlou Hours: II.... *,to 14M4; 1 to 6 and 7 t 0j City and Enterprise road; repairs are continually defeated."I any part of the same, including

j p.ei.1 a P.M.attention to-mldwUtiy and surgery Orange City ;._','De Land, Os- will tell you how he did It. J 1 plumes, feathers, etc.

j'. jw i thlbanswyredatanyhour., lumautt AVvuue, west Otilo of.
'f. M1,, ,"-. No. 2-PlnestrawlngDeLand and been in that state and who is thoroughly '< Fine $5 for each offense' and 95 for
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."r Lake Helen roads conversant with the facts. 11 each bird, or part thereof, nest or TO POST OFFICE.

t 4 : .JOHN MAODIAKMID. M. D., No. Completion of plnestrawlng was one of the shrewdest pieces of eggs!! possessed, or imprisonment tea 0.0..0..0.0..0..0-0-0.0.0..0
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.1I" .'-; Physician and Surgeon. Glenwood road. work on the part of a lawyer of which das, or both. ,

.i:. < ;:. ..it,A General Pruotltloagr, not a 8i>..olall.t.ffiC No. 4-No report.No. 1 have ever heard and is perfect! To hunt on Sunday, fine $-5.

f. O :.ov"r VUher'n. Drug. Mtor Uour.: ft tUt < General I repairs. legitimate; at least, no prosecutionc To enter upon the enclosed land of *1NttS8{ .dtz'h'SGfJVfY1FSBVFtYf4fk'lii'h! J XXI / ll'r ''tfBlgtYsEEIEESIE11Ff1lSlft! >jyifBS/l1FlY IJffF,110litlBt9kili !
.. .. ;; 1 tu*.aua 7 Loll. The committee appointed to mark mid follow even if the facts were another that are posted, to hunt or

't B.MUN80NJ4.' and view road from Ostcen! to Dupont hown In court. fish. Fine, $20. I i Oak Brand Lemon Kling Peaches

A. crossing made report, which was filed "As soon as it was known in what I To sell, offer to sell, or have in possession c
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Homeopathic Physician. and road ordered advertised according county of South Carolina the case for sale any deer, venison or Apricots

.;.',. Offloe Moond door south ol VlBbm'wdrug. to law. would be tried, men representing deer hide. Fine 50100. I" Green Gage Plumsm"
'.... Value. .Hour, lU W l* A. M.; It tu 6 and'I to On motion the: following order was themselves as agents for a large plc- To ship or transport any Jeer, venison -
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; recorded on t1io.,! minutes: That the tur'to enlarging/ establishment made or deer hide for sale. Fine $50-100. al Cherries

W.TAYLOR, road as petitioned' for, from New their appearance In the county. There To ship beyond the limits of tbe
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Smyrna toll house to old Coronado were a dozen of them and each mancar- county where killed, any deer, venison I Oro Brand CherriesI" f

I Surgeon-Dentist. road, be not allowed, objections having I rled with him as a sample of the work or deer hide, wild turkey, quail or

.. Office over PUher'a* Drug Store, DttLaud,Fla been filed by property owners 'done by his house an enlarged chromo partridge. Flue, 925100. PearsI"

through whose land said road was! t of Tillman which was so natural thatno To sell, offer to sell, or have in possession "

9 JAMES K. ALEXANDER, one could fail to recognize It as the for sale any wild turkey, quailor Peaches

run.The notary bond of Florence Malt)' Lieutenant Governor, who was as well partridge. Fine, 25100.
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;:. Attorney-at-Law. was approved, as was also the revolver known by his picture as Governor To kill In any one day more than 25 Fine Honey trade t;the' poDul.r Piaik J.Alusiderof .
h Will Practice In State Rod Federal CourU.Omu ,Beckham of this state. The agent quail of two or more cannot Be..rord.
bond of C. C. Lastlnger. ; party
.j.: Hooinn 1 and II, tiruiu IJluck 1>"
LAJIU JI'L01UD The sheriff was Instructed to eatiefj carrying his. picture of Tillman wouldgo kill over 50. Fine, 925-100. these good things can be found at the store of
the execution held against. D. D. Rod / to a house, ask for the head always To kill In any one day more than 4

?,,,1 1l T>EUT FISH, gera, C. H. Spencer and J. M. Gar. and with the man would begin to talk wild turkeys; party of two or more ,

ML land, which were ordered against about securing a contract to enlarge a cannot kill more than 6. Fine, $25-100 RYXjAIVTD & SPARKMAN.ii3Yfit.biSiLiLiiYiiAL'fSth
; I4 Attorney-at-Law, them on the estreated bonds of John picture of any member of the family. To kill more than 5 deer during any ,

y Praotlolqir In all State and Federal. Courts. Gray, John Bishop and Charles H. After a few minutes conversation be open season. Fine, 950 for each deer. $/ : :>ri6iiaS hil7ilsig.ri:;!(leftLriLi AtinuiaidFtiM13AX: JffRLitSGS
,,, Civil or Criminal bualuuiw II'IV"u iH.>uful would display his sample, tbe picture To
attention. TU-jhop' without further cost to them trap quail or partridge except -
e ,aolllt//... for loveaUuHtlDtf and Per.luH of the slayer of Gonzales. This would enclosed cultivatedland.
Special one's own ,
TUB: DELAND NEWS was designated upon
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.lr as the newspaper in which to publishthe Inevitably bring the talk around to Fine, $22-100. f/U W W W W W W W [

, W. FEBKINS, statement for the year 1903. the Tillman case, and the pretended To hunt without a license, if a non 5
.+ JAMES The treasurer presented his report agent would draw out of the man an resident. Fine not exceeding) $100. VVVf TOO LATE

t Attorney-at Law. for the month of November, with his! expression of opinion on the case. He To the foregoing general provisionsthere
would obtain tbe name of the man, area few exceptions, as follows:
Criminal Court of Record. Will practice books and accounts, which were duly To think of Insurance when
i Solicitor in all uourto witlau th. SI: ..IB 01 J.I.! ..- examined and approved and paid warrants and after leaving the house-alwaja Citizens of the state may take and ? ', r the house U In flames. The /
Ida. Offlott over Voluala County Bank destroyed. Following i It a statement without accepting any money, but have In possession, for their own pleasure tr ( ;' :? .
from the report: with a promise to call later for an or- and amusement, redbirds and .1: time to consider It la all the "
'. H. HAYWARD, L. time previous to that.
1; GENERAL REVENUE FUND. ,
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book the w;
down in note
ler-put a mockingbirds, but they cannot be sold
k Deal Estate and Insurance Office. Balance from last. report .$0,127 00 of the man and whether he was of the ; f; n ,;jS. i.':; And we can help you to
$ City Collected for NOQI Receipts.. .. . .. .. .. 8UO 00 name or shipped out state. d' .:.:.<1 reach a decision as to the
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ttoxe* Paid Mod Rents --- for or against Tillman. Citizens of the state may destroy aq 1 ;. .

widenu.CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Total.. .. .. .. ,90,98700 "This was done In every house In birds found Injuring grapes, fruits, 1 ...l.: .......:... amount of ,
i? .. .. . . j3i3 50 :, .
Disbursement missed and
i Agency for the Leading American Fire In- tbe: county, no one was and farm products on their own premises V> IN }UlL1lCU
1' .uraoue Company-THE /ETNA.W8 it the end of the time when the trial hut nowhere else, and birds so ,
ItcLAND. FLA. Balance on hand.$0,25O! 50 t ,
'Y Boulevard, was to begin the attorneys for Tlll- destroyed can not be sold or shippedout "t\\ .:. to be placed and tbe best
ROAD AND BRIDGE!: FUND.
y 'rOL1I'8IA COUNTY man were furnished with an alphabetl- of the state. ru .r. ;;1; :. companies to place it w Mb
Ali TRACT COMPANY' Balance from last report $1,773 34Disbursements callist. of the entire male population and little blue ,
u : .. ,. .. .. .. 3.1170Balance : English sparrows, big
S.; B, WILSON, BERT FISH -- of the county eligible for jury service darter.., (coopers and sharpskinnedhawks SILAS B. WRIGHT, DeLand, Fla.IVEakes .

Uanaver. r Actuary.Abitraot. on hand.l.431 55 ind opposite the name of each man ), great horned owl, crow, rice-

n r'a." ',1 fu 'V nlaheil and County title yank perfected., FINE AND FORFEITURE: FUND. vas a memorandum showing how be bird, meadow lark, jackdaw and SLn I SZS2 S = p i
Next to omma
t Poland.If la. Balance from last report. .93,980 80 itood on the case. When the man was butcherbird (shrike)are not protected. ... --
r', .. Receipt .... .. .. . .. . 501 79 railed: who was on the list as being op- Provision is made for scientlc col I
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t' : j"1 J: 11. HDTCH1NBON' -- to Tillman and being la favor of I 1
A posed lecting.
Total . .$4,54: 65
Notary Public. Disbursements ....... ..... 1,08012 louvlctlntf him, this man would be Hunters may take their !game to Him i

i' -.- forced to state that he had expressed tbelr homes In the state,, but not out ''

; Dealer in Real Estate. Balance on hand,. .. .$3,46853 an opinion in the case, and was there. of It.

\a and eumenU atteaddd to(01rs Commissioners Rodgers and Murraywere ore Ineligible for service on the jury. The following are the game birds
paid
: Taxe.oou-reddenu. De Laud,Cla. the placed road from In full Oak charge Hill of to the Ormond workon ["hi* was the way Tilluian's attorneys of tbe state, all others are nongamebirds LOOK NEW. i iNEW

and the board agreed to abide by any ecured a jury which was composed of : :

rt. \ action that may be taken by them in aen who bad all expressed themselves Swans, geese, brant, ducks, rails

E. T.ALL'kM.1; this matter. .. eforehand as favoring an acquittal coots, mudtiena, gallinules, plovers, Have Horse Clipped and all
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t ttthowd what brainy lawyers were de- snipe., woodcock, sandpipers, tatlers, your

: ,. Eye and Ear Surgeon. secured L. O. Horne a $25,000, of Tallahassee verdict, baa for ending tbe Lieutenant Governor and wild turkeys, partridges, or quail, turtle the superfluous hair taken off. It .
.It Tillman to be
D.Lrn.over Flabar'l. how much money spent doves and robins. The open sea-
Tampq1aya.litNat| Dank Old. damaged from a Ta11nb',snoe: jury reed. For that cavass! cost money, ions when came may be taken are: cent'BERRY&KENT
his looks 90
the Seubord Air Line Kail- will improve
per
Mdntcsuma against the December and
Uoala! -Fridayii be men employed, from necessityf Deer, November,
and the Carr'abelle Tallahas-ee} '
.. way be of quick
the rase, having to men January,
I & Gulf Railroad. Mr. Horn was its and shrewd judges of human Quail or partridge and wild turkeys
WINTER HOME for life in railway wreck. '
., TilE stippled charac er." -November, December, January and ,

-NOW OPEN- February.
OP. COURT HOUSe:
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Ducks-October,November, Decem-- SHOP.
,.getthbuulerard{ DeLandJFla. WE CURE
v Regular Meeting ber, January, February and March. 0.0..0.0.0.0..0..0.00..00..0.0.0130ND -
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F V .A Qulat,homelike pno) Comfort Transient uleroomJfDwiirable. g No protection has been accorded
Good Table.
Locution. MORPHINE
-. y i'' t,Hatr%82 per day. Speuiai Family and Season S School Board other game birds, but it Is believed
B ytw.
ITUBNER HOUSE, HABITWe ooooooooooooooooooooooooooCOUNTY School Board met on crimlnately.they are not slaughtered India L.UMI3ER: COMPANY, '

at 8 p. m. Present,
h -OP* J ALL TOT TEAR- ( Chandler, Messrs.Causey To the foregoing may be added a
not -t- @ ( @iI-
r New York and Florida Avenue, few regulations, which, though
Have Discovered a and Knappe.
\b-- DeLand, Florida the subject of Legislative enactment

o pleasant, healthy and homelike. Marvelous Remedy for The superintendent reported that will, nevertheless, be binding/ upon all Before purchasing Lumber call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand .
had been appointed as
Eva Hawley
1? .0 per dare.Sp MOLsODaProp..e the sub- lovers of legitimate hunting. They Prices on all kinds of "
assistant at Orange City,
Habits and are taken from the pamphlet of New
Drug
: A' T HOUSE district paying one-half of her salary. Jersey game and fish laws, pre- r
: Ceiling
,. Fifteen dollars were appropriated Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring
\Ve Give It To pared by the board of game/; and flab,. ,
1 BEimZTT: PBOV. for at Clearwater.
'. f H. : repair commissioners of that state.
i. DeLand Florida. You Free. The resignation of Fannie Brantleyas of
r q Due, Never violate the letter or sprit
I'ae k t c day (t to *S per week. teacher at Spruce Creek school was the game laws. Mouldings, Turning, b

: u '& e.1 tmtllea or for Majon.WEN .. received and accepted. Never take more game/; or Bin than
\ The matter of exchanging the PortOrange
1. you have convenient use for. in the Lumber Line Orders delivered promptly.
Brick and Everything
a' We have found a marvelous remedy colored school building and ,
.. iV", Never be Insolent or impolite to a ...
\ Contractor for restoring to perfect health, men lot was referred to Commissioner landowner who orders you off his T.-

r r'r and women suffering from the awful I' Knappe, with power to act. :f"j "' premises; for although he does not

nt'oryts curse of drug habit. It matters not It was decided7 that holy vacation own the game you are 'after, he has .DeLa.nd

}, t dmills\ etc. how long you have had It. how or should begin/; DecC'm1'18' and the right to exclusive jysetslon" of
a when you got It. This U no ordinary school should open again on the 4th

.c t Y drug or method of treatment. \Ve of January hU Never property.shoot at a bird except on the Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.
1 THI are constantly curing the worst case The chairman and superintendent wing. "tNever

of drug habit known afid give an unqualified were Instructed to draw warrants for kill the last quail in a covey;
guarantee to cure any case Archers' salaries December 22, for
leave Mme to breed next year.
I c.7 a suP undertaken by us or refund your 'lie month of December.! Never forget that !game laws are J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. ?1
t suffer The board held a short session Tues-
t a .ey. We urge every person Intended to improve and Increase
cj pm this terrible disease to write day morning to draw warrants forteachers' port and not to prevent restrict it. -Manufacturer of-
-tt I bottle of salaries and current expenses ,
1e %: I uade\.re wilt send free a Compliance with the foregoing laws

tnoneyVXelous remedy. We urge examine monthlyt.of.. and suggestions! will preserve game Dressed & Rough Lumber: : '
u iringt ing f roAAyhavlnff refractory cases the treasure< (n.t us and ty f ant to be cured of this V It.
oar marVfvto write us today. All Howe'Great London Show hunting will never exterminate Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawiag.t .

physicians). confidential in plain Traveling In Us own palace railroad '
'TO and all wh*( dress, trains will exhibit at DeLand on l! +m tprnta sadpeclIIe.tioa, ai4
Take.Iaxatlra; D 9dit ; & BUILDER ly 'rf
awful 'cur lffHEBAPicno ASS'N., Monday for one day only. Be sure to N'I'RACxOi taeWaep
leu.-Al1drul'f\st !)
... rrejponafL Broadway, Nwr.york see the grand ,street pageant, at 11 If U fallto' CUOUDllf ores ait.Brgato'1"

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I { The DcLAND --WEEKLY NEWS ;I of, he has the same right to become 0--0--0.-0.-0..0--0.-0.0.-0.-0.0.-0..0+0+ -(KHOIOKHOKMOXM/ -I : zm v v =i\ :

.. a candidate that any other man has, i
.. t. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. and his friends will look out for 4444 I 1CHRISTMAS PRESENTS \

." r'. him in the primary next year; and BALLOT .j
DsIiAND, YoLuaiA! COUNTY, FLOBIDA.BY he gs .f
has filled the office with such this ..
assortment
4 and ]large
\Ve have an unusually fine line year.
satisfaction '
prefect to the
people mentioned: :
the articles might be
a THE :SEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY we believe they will elect him again. FOR THE Among .

(Incorporated.) [Kodaks Hand-Painted China,
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I.t. -- Democratic Hlntl.S1tI'hteduels.! Most Popular Young Lady I Fountain Pens \
; CHRIS. O. ()ODlIl GTON. There is only one serious trouble Books, ,

Business. Manager and Editor. about the Democratic It
party. Hair Brushes
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THE
ATTENDING ,
Pipes
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'+. s rr.. Subscription Bate. lets the Republican party get in the ,

One Tear... ................................*1 00 good things firht. For years the e Golf Sticks ;,' "
Six mouth.... ............ ............. ..HO Republican party has stood for a DELAND SCHOOL Colognes, ,
q When paid In advauoo. When not paid In PUBLIC Etc. I
trust Etc.
., dvanoo add 60 per cent building, monopoly fostering I Tennis Rachets, ,
, protective tariff, while the Demo- ,
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DeLand Florida,
Entered In the pottoffice t
< ratio has sawed I Call and make your selections.
aa second class matter. \ party whip along
BALLOTS the above number
between free trade and a tariff for I containing
Advertising rate. turnunoil on applioatloo revenue only. When the time is I ALL((4444)) must be sent in to 'be canvassed!\ by 1.,5 Fisher's Farmacy.

Address money all Communications orders payable,to and tb.make ootu-: ripo for it the Republican party will Thursday noon, December 24, otherwise the '
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pauy,at UeLaioheokaur Flu.i steal the Democratic thunder declaring will number will be sub-
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by vote not be counted. new 'ZSZ wsz V& & =-
,,. for a tariff forre'enue, reciprocity .
stituted second iss.ue.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 1003.( every -
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against trusts. If -- -
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r ,* A GOOD ROAD 'CROSS COUNTY. will only be u question of time when I ;i' ; i'-.uw 'C: ...:

\i. There is no reason why Volusifl the Democratic pArty will favor

-which is one of the richest and protection and the Republican party Miss . .. .. ...... ..... .... .........'.. ............. . AND HARDWARE}> i

"-, most prosperous counties in tbe free trade.the And it's a safe gamblethat as the most i: i:1.: ';I-; Lady; attending; ; ; the I will
Republican party con-
state-should not have a hard road ; .'
tinue to rake in the jack pots in the DeLanrlPublic We getting comfortably settled in fa ', tt
., connecting her two principal towns, are Just our new
.name old way.-Jlontioello News. Furniture Store, three doors north of our Hardware ;r. :, II IIX
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, and DeLand. Such a road i
Daytona and Bicycle Emporium on the Boulevard. Our Mr. W.
.. [ BALLOTS will be canvassed! every Thursday noon, and the M who has had twelvd'ears' ,;
would in increased travel and Ycargln experience In .
-. pay, When "Our Bob" Retnrng. THE of the contest will he announced in THE NEWS every the furniture line and as a Funeral Director, ia In full ';!;, .;.
tourist patronage, a handsome dividend Palatka Times-Herald: When morning/ The final canva"svlll'", be made by three y charge./! We have all new stock, which we have bought k! '

on the coat. It would be a Congressman Davis returns from i contest.prominent The contest DeLnndltes will close who at are not directly interested, In the ( t1 I at right prices, and we propose to give our customers f t WJ
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and enters the ""
Washington civm (1'' '' ''' .
investment for the ,, 'ot'
paying county S ..:.JI r
paign_ in earnest, then the people Thursday, December 24th,
for the two towns, and for everyproperty
may expect a flow of humor and and the final remIt) will be announced In THE NEWS of December 25th. /UNDERTAKING
owner in the two towns eloquence that will put the innuendoes The contest Is open to any young lady attending DeLand Publicor .,

and the county. of Mr. Broward at a decided: High School. 1t;, \'.;.
discount. Resides these ballots published In THE NEWS a certificate good \ s ...
This would be the most attractive for 20 votes will be /given! with every new yearly h-ln-advance "*ub- : Mr Yeargin Id a practical man in this department and ,S\ :"dC
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it would be I \, crlptlon received before noon on December 24. The price of THE IIfriIOW" the business' ( thoroughly. \Ve have ord'r.ed a ili
. road in the state a I
; Wants An Early Primary. i' NEWS Is :$1,00 per year. t t"t"u; .-rallar that will "knock the spots oft'" anything
a "drawing card" for cyclists and .. heretofore, seen In this .section: of the state. Our goods :
Cocoa News: The time for hold The young lady receiving the greatest number of votes will be given

autoists from all over the nation. ing the primary-whether in April ..I J I a handsome on the little Boulevard.OJOKMWOfrOtOKMOKMCWOlO Watch] ,. now ou exhibition in W. A. Allen & Co.'swindow t,I in been this selected department: to meet are the strictly demands first-class of all-",rich and or poor.have Q

We can have the road if the peo- or Julv-is causing much-- concern. I our
especially the politicans. you
: +' pie want it. There is nothing itu among '" --- ------
Among this class of our citizens the shall appreciate custom.
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posible to the American people when OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooooooooooooooooo

they decide to HAVE anything. primary of unusual is looked importance upon as, affectingthe an occasion P. S. I. S. Meeting g Weekly Count gg

Let's have this road. destines of the state, and It Held on Tuesday: g Of the Ballots Wafts & Miffer |

may be of the Union, requiring oooooooooooooooooooooooooS o 0

: Congress convened in regular session most exhaustive attention, rare and ooooooooooooooooooooooooooMias

Monday.. While no legislation study on.the. part of the dear peo- MEETING of the Public Bessie Coulter. . . . 334: [ .
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ple and at least week's loss of timeto THE Improvement Society Miss Nina Robinson . . . 108
was enacted at the special cession a Miss Mary Cox . . . . 9i -
/ decide upon the claims of the the public school: buildingon Beulah --- --- ---- ---- -------- .
it is said that the work of the Miss Myers .. . . 2'2Mss -- -- -
host of candidates.The Tuesday afternoon was : Irene Aloott: . . . 13 E. R. lUKE SECURES PATENTFor I A Big: Show Coiiilntr Soon.i .
regular session has been advancedat fact of the business is that fairly well attended. The president, --- i

least two weeks. This will be of the dear people are not near so Mrs. Dreka, being absent", Mr. Botts, So much interest-is. being taken in an Improved SusplI ory'BandagE,I The feats which attracted: attention
the contest and such hard work Is In the old time circus would l be called
considerable convenience to the much taken up with politics now aa the vice-president, presided. The com Approved by Physicians.
done tame affairs In the shows. of today
being by the friends of the several -
the politicians want them to be and mittee which wail appointed at the E. R. Drake'of DeLand has .I
members, and allow an early candidates, that THE NEWS baa just se Artists bave become more skilled and
are not losing sleep and do November meeting to prepare a list I
any not cured
; adjournment of Congress, that the decided to add a second prize, to be a patent, through the well the performers of the up-to dale dhows
propose to lose much time withal. of books suitable for a public school known
patent attorneys, Munn it Co would have been
declared
the Impossiblea
members may return home and get All this cry about the early prim- library, reported that a list of about given to young lady receiving for a mispensory-bandage.! The ha nd.

' :, into the political battles soou to be ary conflicting with the planting or three hundred books had been made second hll'hest'ote.! Tile second price age/ is described In the Sctvntllir few years ago. FIowc's Loildon
- -- will consist of an edition ilc luxe copyof American of last Saturday as follows Shows which will pitch their tents at
:
waged all over the country. harvesting of crops etc., is undiluted and that bids had been received for '
'Library of Wit and Humor," by Mr. Drake's invention is an 1mirovement DeLand ou Monday' next have fconm
poppycock. What month is it the printing of these lists. Afttr:
Melville D. L.indon, A. M. ( Eli: Perkins In that class of fu |en-ioiy of the very best In their respective
that Floridians discussion the committee
thrifty have some
was
w An item from the Daytona nothing ), This. handsome] bouk containsthe Bandages! having a leg-band connecting roles. now on the road and are showing
to do When can they afford to go instructed, If possible, to have the the scrotal-bag or i touch: with the
Gazette, published in this issue of gallivanting about discussing poli- lists printed In the local papers. It bet writings of Mark Twain, Hob body-band. lIe has deviii'd an Improvement to big crowds: erjwhere. they ex

THE!: NEWS, states that Daytona will tics Let's have it over and be seemed to be the oplnionof majority Burdette, Josh Billings, Geo. W. Peck: In inch 'leg-bAnds and they hibit. Don't fail to see the big bh,w.j 'v ._...._
Bret Harte, M. Quad, Artemas Ward .111be: worn with entire; comfort, he-
tax drummers $25 each per year. done with it. If they have no timeto of the members of the society that, sides[ sliding more easily and being! WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCE
vote in an April primary there is by letting the patrons ami friend!! of Eli Perkins, Bill Nye, and others. more durable than those
constructedanJ
Can Le
This is a matter that should be investigated anything worse than to feel
little the school know In this way what The final ballot will be canvassed at arranged In the u"lIallnalln..r.
;; by the DeLand City assurance that conditions will books would.:! be desirable", ] and by making noon on Thursday, December 24, by th.it every minute: will be your last
be better in Either Mr. Dt'akc.lnv.nllon!
___ any July. dateis at the same time a direct appealfor is most highly Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Council. If traveling solicitors can bound to catch somebody at a dis- donations, some interest might be : Prof. A. O. Botta Mr.'ard Gould approved by the physician of De-

be legally taxed by cities, DeLand advantage-with something on hand aroused, and ,come, progress might bo I! and Mr. E. }o'. Oates. Laud, nearly all of whom have examined Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For threeyears"
made toward the establishing of a It. Thpv will be placed on she writes, "I endured insufferable -
might just as well) recieve a small that must not be neglected library in the public school. OUSE ale by Mr. Drake. pain from indigestion, stomach
L'O
{ St'l''fJ.\L.
14 part of its taxes from this source. The general welfare demands an We desire to say that we heartily --. ,. ':1l1d bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable
early primary. Let it come in commend the work and the alms of ] At noon on Tuesday), at the home ul' -
,0' April, by all means. Anything to 1 this improvement society And we : when doctor and all remedies
the bride on filch avenue, Miss !Margaret \ -
It may safely be said that the save the people the wear and tear know public-Kpiiited that every.citizen
campaign is on in earnest. Two of a lovfr' campaign than ia really join with us In our commendation, to :Mr. Eugene Ray Conrad, Itevt: :Mr. I For Infants and Children. Electric Biters and the result was miraculous -

But let UB not be mere well-wisher*, I improved at once and now
bureaux"-one necceasary. Bit-water of Orange City forming
"press representing / pet
Let us DO Momellifng. \Ve are sure The Kind You Have Always Bought 1'ir. coinpktelj'reeovcrtd For Liver, ......
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the under the
1/ the Taliaferro and the other the STARTLING"EVIDENCE ceremony impressive" *
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that the business men of the town, If Kulnev tom.ich: and Bond troubles ,
Stockton factions-have been Fresh testimony in great quantity is ft r no other reaonfill give !lub tal-; ritual of the Episcopal church. Bears the // r.lcctnc Bitters, is the only medicine.
open. constantly coming: in, declaring Dr. tlal aid to this society purely as a | The house was lilted with friends of Signature Only Soc. It's guaranteed byV.. ...
ed in Jacksonville. CLas. A. Choate King's New Discovery for Consumption business. proposition, for the buildingup the bride and groom! when the appointed Allen :and Goo; W Fisher, druggists.!

p, is in charge of one and Guy I, Met- Coughs and Colds to be unequal- of the public school U the building hour ariived. Miss",,, Carrie
.' ed. A recent expression from T. J. Me- up of the town. I -
'.-,.1'. calf of the other. From now until Farland BentorMlIe, Va. serves as ex Watt" presided at the piano. Two I t t i
full penalty-five years at hard laborin little rlbbon-glrlx, 'Margaret Wood.ill -
the primary is held the fur will fly. ample. He writes: "I had Bronchitis

for three years and doctored all the Patterson the state penitentiary.took his seat in the usual and Fern Hlbbard, marched In, forming The Only nJ; Show Colniiig 'l'his:)'(>8r.
time without being benefited Then I an aisle with ribbons. The brit e
Of the t
165
papers published in nonc/ialant/ manner. I
began taking Dr. King's New Discovery II I(,entered on the arm of the groom, and
Florida about 50 favor Tal aleno's and a few bottles wholly cured The Crlmiim) Court convened on Tuesday\: I I were met by Mr. Urewster, who per-, '

re-election, 12 are for Stockton, 8 me." Equally effective in curing all with nil officers, preftont. The business tVannaoteil -formed the ceremony to the soft DeLand Monday Dec. 1 14
Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption WAS its follows; i j strains of the piano.
for Jennings-and the others have Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteedby FOUND Ot'ILTY-Eu&eno Knight, unlawful After the ceremony, moat hearty _

y;, not yet aligned themselves to any W. A. Allen and Gco. \V. Fisher burning of woods; "*'-0 or SO days. i I congratulations! were tendered the n
druggists. Trial bottles free, regular Chun. Gaines! assault and buttery; $2.84 ort popular couple. Then delicious refreshments ------ --- -- -- -- -- -_ --- "
t candidate. THE NEWS is ., ... "
r among sizes Soc, and $I.oo._ __ -"" s>. I I were served, all formalitywas ;
-'---'-- John in the cordial welcome Howe's GreatS
, those in the last list. Davis vnterlniricsldence with intentto forgotten London Sliw41
t 00000000000000000000000000o commit felony; i jearalu state prison. i tendered the guests, and a happy tf
Nor UIIL.TV-Jnmes Henderson and Tbo hour was spent. When the bride cut
Our northern friends are shivering Bigamist Patterson Bites alias Tlios. TonoU'i<< ; affray the wedding cake, all gathered In a < A '

in, the cold, while tbee.*Floridian S Gets Five Years S CAses CosriNuiD-Lincoln' : Stafford trespass merry search for the ring and the "
In an orchard. dime. Miss Carrie Watts was the fortunate '
basks in the sunshine. In three 00000000000000000000000000 0-0 Mattie E. HlkkH; grand Inrceny. one who got the dime, while Sanger's Trained Animal; -( "

weeks the fast trains will be put on William Wesley, trespass in na orcbnrd. Miss Charlotte Conrad found the ring Exposition. ..
rj NTEREST In the proceedings ofUthe C. O, Pout illegal snle of llquui. and allllO caught! the bouquet.The .
the railroads and then there will be Criminal Court this week H, L. Kochoritperger,illegal e of llqunri. presents were a-t handsome as! ; Coming in all Its Vast '

f' more of us basking. Yes, many J In the case of W. A. Dr. Potter,Illegal sale of liquor ever seen at a DeLand wedding, They ", f Entirety. Bigger, Better Greater, Ora. ,
""
Emery Baldwin, grand larceny. consisted of large gifts of money from than Ever Before. d '
Patterson
more. ........ charged with bigamy, A.B. Harper,cruelty to animal the /groom's: relatives and the officers r
by marrying Holt McCorkle of De- An order wa Issued by the court to turn of tbe bank, handsome silver, cut- 4 Many Strange Zoological! Specimens
Dowie cussed out the newspapers Land while be had a wife and child Albert Tlllmun over to the state prison 10 glass, hand-painted china, pictured: ,

in'New York,'and then went home living In St. Augustine. Patterson trve out bis sentence as the judgment of centre table. .etc. The presents madea Including the Rarest Animals] in Captiv'r

*tc and busted. 'Twas ever thus. was arrested In Putnam county last the court. has been confirmed by the supremecourt. line 2.ii display.At : the happy young couple lefty 4 Queen, the Lioness, and Her Family of

summer and wan confined several The Jurors summoned were: W. W. Powell' "> carriage fur Oiteen, at which:

'' POLITICAL 8NAP: -SHOTS. months In the county jail at Prlatka. Bedford Jones, K.: K. Loved Wallace Fold, .1. pace the gioom holds a responsible 4 DING DONO, the'Smallest 1 Klephantli
.
,', He was brought! to DeLand: the first D. Mitchell Gco. F. Smith, Henry Morris position with the Bond Lumber Co. .. } ,
\ Clark Makes Favorable Impression. .of the week on a caplaa issued from N. Page, A II. Hyh,",!, (I.M. Kent, Chll. T'j TILE NEWS!',! joins their hundred of 15 ( InVl/nQ All Julll' Sons of Mom s.
ek4 the Criminal Court. Price U. J. tt'ilsmlturt.fre other friends" in extending best wishes -
Live Oak for a long anti happy married\ life. 4 Comicalities and Rid leu
Democrat
:<\t+ : Frank Patterson wa, represented by Attorney the most hilarious i manner, and r.
bursts of
, -'I''Clarkof j ; : Lake City made quite a James E. Alexander, while Attorney I creating '

number of telling speeches in Alachua Bert Fish agitated In the Rrnare tr O"t'n..II'1I, for t'atarih That )18l"ln Baled) The finest. ;
y '
af county during the recent candi; prosecution.Patterson was Confronted in the HoIids <; Contain Mercury, I 4Branfl tr..avellngwl ;t,.
'- ": dates' tour of that and from nil mercury will surely. destroy the sense fitqUH'1I r
bill two wives and "
couuiy court room by two and completely. clentriKO tho wholes- ( on the

r R press reports he made a favorable little plead pure, guilty.innocent children.He tern when. Such entering nrlk.lcH; I 1C uhoullrnov, r tnuuonsenrfnees. be used I Free Street t Paneant t \fro ale I era shlBeautiful .... _

impression upon the minds of thoso 01 1 opt on prest rlptloim I from reputable' pliys- If
;who heard him.. 'Mr. ClalkIs a Patterson made lengthy talk to the i rlaiiH, us the ditmugu they, will do Is ten fold; 5' .
_
very court Wednesday afternoon, trying/! to tho K0o4iou run poji-ibly Oorlvo front A Grand ri re
Ott able man, an eloquent and fluent to explain his conduct by stating that P' them llairiT'utarrb Cure manufactured by Gala Day pgBo ,
.. .
ilea
J. Cheney< o Toledo O. contains no of am
_speaker, and if nominated and elided he believed his first wife bad secureda mercury and Is taken Internally, noting directly e by the .
would be able to do good and divorce and married again. He upon the hleaf and mucous surlui.es of+ UEUUUED ,
plead for the mercy of the cuurt-"un 1 the system. In buying Hulls iararrh. CureIi ( HA'ES Qfr,
r4 effective work for this district and the behalf of his aged suivjon. "nut the",('lIulno It la t iken Int \ orlc, via .Atlan I s't 'I '
the state. parenta"promislng t tpp'ODUiil! IjJ lIigllllllllllill1111)) rnally and made In Toledo,Ohio by 1:'. J. t TWO PERFORM -&iK -
that he would lead a better ) Chunky ft <'o. Testimonial free. ,:$ :Atlantic !
w. life if the court was not too hard or. I ""ldby Urnifiri. .".. I Ih-li-o TV- per bottle. t; < Co ( f
him. His pathetic talk fell on unsympathetic H U'.Family Pllln are tho beet. I tt'" : D.
In the Hands of JlIs.rleuds. a STAnr.-
ears. 'The people of Dr- es I ._.- _- ._ .- ,-__ n_ _ "-. Trav, PaIL'Ageht.
New Smyrna "BreezePerkins? Land know him aa a deadbeat aa well I Jack.o
viii. FI
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J. .., Smith has no greater claim to the tax IJ I as In a bigamist. talk 60 different games-all new CRAIG, ii

L.t, ti;. oUector'sfficeJhan any other man, told him a. nicely-worded of its duty to society the, of...court hi- -one ia each package of Grove's Tastel a'l Pao.. Agt flm1na -

,;//!. Bud hi* diindidaeywilt' not interfere ,offence against the laws of F,.. ??
i':with.,any?oILerm pM fb.tn ra' 1 ,' man, and of the injury be hi: Coffee has stood the'test 35 years Average 1 ore, No Pay

hat" ptI1' l.ofyt e bottle nng .tJe two women and the little_clil, i ea. bottles. Does this record: of merit ran.riscla.d .

Ja ery Iron and -ul.tar, sowCOane g"o\r\ eeczi{ : 1 up 191 Ir. Ballard, arYAC.tl. : wIda every boid..Is a T.o e

No aJ nfl take. In a tottered pan and In. wGa .
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I I THE CHRISTMAS PUDDING. i GENERAL YOUNG'S WAY.Nervy .
lightened and beautified by the sympathy I

of a devoted, loving woman whose Uow to Malt It sad What tu Do r
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Cupid and theCa soul was attuned to bis. with tt.. n..niBut>. Act of the Armr'c Chief. 1
R..o.tng tt Corpor.l.Back
When be bad finished Mr. Remingtonwas There Is a decided tendency among ,
In the reconstruct period of
sh Carrier leaning forward In his chair. "And our beat: cooks today to substitute CASTO RIA
the south Lieutenant General S. B. M.\
now that she Is gone you have your "beet's marrow for suet In plum pud- '
daughter left," he said gently. ding. The beef marrow make a rather Young! tbe new chief of tbe general I

: I By BENNET "Yes. She's Just like her mother, wore delicate uud tine flavored pudding staff of the United States army. proved

Fy thank heaven" responded Max Terry which loses uothlug of its rich himself a hero of the fearless Intrepid I -- --- For Infants and Children.

1 \ Copyright, 1608 by T.M1JSSONJ, sinking back wltb a sigh. ness. The best marrow bon Is that stripe, say Collier's Weekly. The Incident

At that moment the front door wax obtained from the hind leg, or shank, occurred in Texas. lie was In
.
11MI ..1I, The Kind You Have
opened briskly steps sounded along tbe I of beef, the meat of which makes an command of a garrison In the Lone

j Through the great dry !goods bouse hall, and Gertrude Terry entered the I excellent consomme, says the New Star State Considerable friction developed

of Chase Remington, Bentley & Co. parlor. She stopped abruptly when she I York Tribune. Let the butcher split "between the soldiery and the Always Bought
saw the visitor. the bone for you, so that the marrowcan ? -
ranged the usual of
N: throng shoppers- citizens of tbe town. The citizens made
"I have been telling Mr. Remington be taken oat entire. Soups off AVfegetable Preparationror
faced women and bewildered i
eager divers threats and the bluecoats followed
about your mother" Max Terry said any bloody streaks. Weigh out six the Food andBegula- )
similating
looking men. In the rear of the store .. tile
suit. Young respected law
It asidein
smiling at tbe girl. ounces, chop It flue and set iinglhestomachsaMBowulsof Bears theSignature
Mr. William L. Remington the sole "Did he call to ask about her?" she a kneading bowL Add bait a pound but those' were strenuous times and

survivor of the original firm sat at a Inquired. ot dried currants. well washed and the Iron hand was needed down in that 1

roll top desk In his private office. "I called for a purpose of my own," picked over; half a pound of sultana country. Tbe people stormed, but

Dignified gray haired and sedate said Remington advancing toward ber. raisins halt a pt>uud of the best malaga Young merely laughed. '-Cheertul- h

was? Mr. Remington and he looked "I accidentally received this note from raisins and hall a pound of candled Finally the town authorities arrestedone Fromotes Digestion

thoughtful as he loaned back In his'i' the cash carrier this afternoon." And orange, lemon and citron peel in equal of the soldiers and baled him Into ness Rest.Contalns Mineral.neitherOpium.Morphine of

revolving chair and tapped the edgeof he produced the bit of white pnp'!r. parts. court Tension was high, In the little' nor
The girl was pale but she regardedhim Mix thoroughly and add three-quar- NOT KAR OTICJ..n .
his desk with a envelope of looked dark for
M square town, and things .lie
unflinchingly "1 suppose you ten: of a pound of bread crumbs which .
.
rough blue The envelope contained learned of tbe arrest.
b paper. think It Is very wrong of me to love bave been" dried sifted aud moistened prisoner. Young
;fi an Invitation to a reception to Jack," she said with half a cup of cold milk. To this He didn't call in his staff for advice ..,tUb'SlNllrl/'mJJm

be given by Mrs. Eleanor Chase the "No, but I think It would have been also add a quarter of a pound of sugar and he didn't wait to consult with his j s ,;, .

widow of one of the former partners',I better for him to have told me about an even tenspoouful of suit,'sir eggs: military jurists. The exigency had to -

of the house and a society woman. I the affair." and finally half o gill each of madeira, be met quietly and Young: acted. In .1 I In

c Mr. Remington was not a society I "I would not let him and I have brandy and Santa Cruz rum. You may stanter. He ordered out a file of soldiers g.,

: man, and It was of his son Jack, aged been trying to tell him that be must. substitute sherry for madeira If you placed himself at their head and

F- twenty-two, that he thought as he fingered not !see me again." I i wish. Mix: : all these Ingredients thoroughly I marched rapidly down the streets to UseFor
c I Mr. Remington smiled. "You tookIt using the bands to knead them I the courthouse. The march startled
the envelope and of Eleanor
for granted that I shoul&jpot want i together. If the pudding la boiled IDa the townsfolk. They gathered in angry Apcrfecl Remedy forConaHpa-

s Chase's daughter Nancy. an unofficial partner In my family who tight tin mold leave about bait an groups, but thy didn't feaze the fu- lion Sour Stotutch.Diarrtoea

h' He rose, opened a doorwhich led in- was brave and womanly merely be- inch space for It to swell, but if it Is ture commander lu chief of the army. Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- Over

to the main part of the store and, cause she happened to be poor" be bulled In tbe orthodox: way, which is On he led hU detachment. "Column. ness and Loss.. or'S* EBP.

h threading the maze of aisles, made his said softly, taking her band by far the best way--In a bowl with left!" rang out as the little file of sol-: Facsimile SigrNEW -

way to the silk counter. There stood The next morning Chase, Remington a cloth tied over it-pock It In as tightly dlery 'reached the courthouse steps, and '

Jack who was working his way Bentley & Co. was crowded as as you can. The cloth will give up they marched and down the aislesof I <2 4 Thirty YearsCASTORIA

through the various departments of the usual when Jack pulled a slip of white. sufficiently for its swelling. In either the court room where Corporal TIJ\

,4 business, devoting the charms of his paper from the metal messenger, of case the mold or bowl should be thickly Smith the prisoner, resigned to his

personality to the display of a roll of the casb carrier. The message, which buttered and slightly dredged! wltb fate, was standing, while the judge MYW

silk to one of a crowd of well dressed was in his father's handwriting was flour to make a smooth, shining antBALLARD'S was pronouncing bin sentence. The

"da women as follows: justice paused in his judicial declamation

Mr. Remington looked on approving "Mlsa Terry will soon leave the em- HOREHOUND and became dumb with amaze-
ploy of this firm." SYRUP ment. Young's eyes flashed. EXACT COPY OF WRARLlt.
his bandsome concluded negotiations
son
: g ly as relieves hoarse
Jack leaped over the silk counter Immediately croupy be called out, "about
with the woman took a bill cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and "Corporal VMS e. mum____Y. new......rrr.
and hurried Ida. father's office. marcbl"Quick !
to private forward
from her and, inclosing It in a little difficult breathing.: Henry C. Stearns, face ,
tt In the re- Tbe room was empty but In a as a flash the corporal wheeled
nickel plated case, placed I Druggist, SlmlUburg.Wisconsin, writes,
; -ceptacle of the cash carrier. He pulled I moment Gertrude and Mr. Remington May 20, 1901: "1 have been selling about In the prlsouer's dock and

a cord, and the box shot up till it entered. Ballarcl's Horehound Syrup for two marched with regular step to Young'srelief T+

reached the narrow lines of metal Jack angrily banded the note to his years, and have never had a preparation detachment. Young glanced a. I _,_ .. _______n

+f whence It was whisked with business- father. "What is the meaning of this" that has given better satisfaction. I the judge, saluted him in mock courtesy

t like precision to the eyrie of the cash he demanded.Mr. notice that when 1 tell a bottle they and again turned to his men. TAX STATEMENT THE YEAR 1903
Hem.: igton looked at tbe paper come back for more. I can honestly "About face forward!" be ordered,;

ier.As Jack turned to another customer complacently. "It means" be said recommend it. asc, SOS and $1.00 at all! and the soldiers with tJ< rescued cor

,d his father waltedhen; recognizing "that I think my future daughter-in- druggists. 12 poral In their midst moved out and VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA.D. .

the purchaser of the silk, be stepped law should have time to prepare for filed up tbe streets to the army post.

t 'r forward and engaged her In conversa- ber wedding." face In which to stick the proverbial It was a nervy act that might have

d"a. tion. Jack leaned against tbe roll top desk sprig of holly. precipitated a riot In these days but P. SMITH, Tax Collector. "

$" Presently the nickel plated case shot In wonderment while Gertrude read The mixture for the Christmas pudding the citizens of the town were paralyzed CD.Kuv. .

back over the carrier and dropped the note. should be as stiff as it can be with amazement and to this day have 1003 DB I I 1B03

.+f with an assertive click Into Its receptor "If I had known what was In It I stirred. As there 1 Iii some difference In never taken any steps In reprisal. : 2 To Tax, SJ9.1011\3 I

cle. Mr. Remington released It, relieved should not have sent It," she said. the size of eggs: It is best to mix tbe dry

It of ys contents and with a brief with a reproachful smile at the elder Ingredients first, then the moistened VIOLET HAT ON COFFIN. General Revenue Fund.

"1'11 give Mrs. Waldroii ber change Remington. "Is that your idea of bread crumbs, 'hen the liqueurs, aDd
.
I breaking tbe news properly?" lust of all the )For the spices add DR. | Ca.7u.
1 Jack," which received an answeringnod I eggs. Cblc.KO Undertaker Mad a MUtalc: I'
f from the ;young man, banded the "No," answered the old gentleman, a small half nutmeg a scant half tea- With Flower Covered Headpiece.A ..B To Apportionment Tai mi> S10.409 1000

r '+ money to the woman. "but I did not like to spoil the record spoonful of powdered cinnamon and In Chicago, the wife of a

But Remington senior did not give that cash carrier has for revealing the the same quantity each of powdered young minister, baa always had a liking Road and Bridge Fund.

of her all that the case contained. He unexpected" cloves and allspice. These should be for h("Of the lower( bed variety.At .

A'' withheld a small piece of folded white put in just before you knead up the present e owns a "dream" that !la Dr. I I CR.;

;n \ paper which he regarded Idly for a Tvav.ling "y lI.p. pudding.If covered wn. violets. Tbe young wife 1901 Nov. 8 To Apportionment 1803..tl0.4C9( 1"1AC3 1-103
moment then opened. Written acrossit The experiences of Captain Joseph any of this pudding is left over wore the ha\ ecently to a funeral at

+ in hastily formed characters were La Barge as told In "The History of make some Christmas "pults d'amonr"or which her husband officiated. Going School Fund. d

., the words: Early Steamboat Navigation on the "wells of love." Cut the cold pudding into the room which contained the coffin

"It la an age UU tomorrow night Missouri River" Includes this story: lu slices tin inch thick and cut she removed tbe bat and placed It DR. i CR.

: dearest!" Captain La Barge was a pilot and these into rounds about two inches, stand. I liWJ -" .-' -''- ,
on a "
,f The old gentleman held the paper Indian trader for fifty eventful years across. Cut half these again Into rings, Tbe sad faced undertaker came in a NOT. 1 To Apportionment Tax 1903.$17.348( "", _
and on one of his trips up the river he Inch and lay the ringson !
r nearer to his eyes; and read tbe message using au cutter few minute later to arrange the "flor
bad a party of Englishmen aboard. the rounds Ice them thickly being Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
is again. Then be looked at his son, al tokens" on the coffin. After placingthe
who was talking animatedly. Then be They bad a map and applied themselves careful not to fill up the hollow, or bouquets wreaths and other flowers DR. I INov. CR.

refolded the paper carefully, placed It Industriously to the business of "well," in the center. In theMe "wells" In place be picked up tbe violetcovered 11108 I 1SAMUEL
Identifying the various places on It To Tax 1MB... $I7.t:* 00
teaspoonful of brandied butter or I S: Appi ribomrot
In his vest pocket and walked slowly put a bat and placed it on top of a
t away. He went to another part of the with those along their route. They hard pudding sauce flavored with the rest. Several of tbe "mourners" D. JORDAN Clerk Circuit Court.

store, from which he could get a view were In the pilot house a good deal and brandy. Stick the tiniest spray of holly giggled! and the minister's wife wanted ,

of the cashier's post and looked up. one of them was Inclined to Instruct In a leaf and n berry In the center of to take her bat and run. She bad -- -

L)1 There among the converging wires the geography of tbe country tbe veteran each cake. These are very picturesqueas to leave It. however until the close of

of the cub carrier was a high desk, pilot who bad spent all bit life on well as delicious little confections. the ceremony. When sbe went by the The
Done
at
and over Its top protruded a bead of or near the river. They are a favorite for children's holiday bier she grasped the hat and successfully ,F-
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wavy brown hair and occasionally us "What place Is this" that we are approaching parties, so frequent In Christina. made her escape.A Fine Job Printing
Pilot? he asked.
?tifi Its owner reached for the metal cases Mr. week. There are so srunll a proportion News Office.
Charles sir La replied.
"St. Barge
Mr. Remington caught sight of the of the pudding and so large a quantity Bleb Ma.'. F.DCT.
"You are mistaken, sir. According to of the that they can hardly be
Gertrude Terry icing
i; pretty, refined face of How many men wbo have acquired a
the it Is -.
map. and
considered in the light of heavy
his cashier
La Barge made no reply. Be stopped fortune by practicing the most rigid
} old watched the girl Indigestible dainties.FAVORITE _.- ------
The gentleman ---
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would --- -- --
A in their days -
as usual at 8t Charles and then went economy younger
j for awhile, then went to his private -
abandon their palatial residence In old I
his way. Presently they came to an-
his
agaln'seated himself at FAMILY REMEDY.
office and
other age to live in a woodshed? Tbat Is
village.
desk. He drew the piece of white accidents in the More Than a
"What place, captain"' inquired the Frequently occur what Abraham Slimmer known
C, .. paper from his pocket and looked at Englishman household which cause burns cuts, I' throughout Iowa as the "Waverly philanthropist
It thoughtfully. Then he turned his and bruises for use in such "
"Washington, Mo., sir." sprains ; Intends to do. says the
attention to the square, blue envelope cases Ballard's Snow Liniment has for The woodshed which
F Tbe this Detroit News.
"Wrong again. gives
map
which contained Mrs. Chase's invlta- place as -." many years been the constant favorite Slimmer will move into will be made $ MILLIoN DOLLIiIlS $
fNm one to the other, and $l.oo at
oo.and glanced ,, This experience was repeated several family remedy. 25c, soc I Into two rooms, a bedroom and dining
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,C .' _,.::ol1\h weighing in his mind the times, tbe captain's temper becoming all druggists. 12 room. He will live alone and cook his

n' value of eachw more ruffled with each repeti --- -- own meals. He declares that he will of Florida Capital guarantees -

erbalthe!! memory of bis own married tion. Presently a flock of wild geese TRAIN AND TRACK. bave reached tbe true state of happiness
life, spent \ 1th a woman of so- in this world, contentment In sim this
passed over the river. The Englishmen pure vegetable -
< f 'clety, whose tastes and temperamentwere were standing on the hurricane Massachusetts has now more miles of plicity. During tbe past few years

at variance wltb The his own, passed nights roof In front of the pilot house. electric railway than of steam railway Slimmer has given more money to remedy to cure

In mental review. many while "What kind of birds are those, captain lines charitable institutions than any other
fireside .
1 he bad rLat his lonely to ?" asked one of them In eager The Canadian Pacific Railroad com- man in Iowa. He Is said to be worth or money back. -*. 4 -*..
his wlfV/ attendingfunctions follow: haste. pany has voted to spend $9.600,000 forImprovemeD more than $1.000,000, and it Is) his purpose

A which he bad little inclination to The captain whose language still t.. to give this fortune In various
I intruded themselves on
4ber may have Whatever his thoughts showed something of his French origin During last year no dividends were sums to the needy Institutions of the

4'" this reflections.contained no bitterness for repUed: "Look at ;your map. He tellyou. paid ou $607,000,000 of common and state before he dies. Cures :
-and they
." preferred street railway stock; which
bs kept
who was gone- >
\ woman Is not leas than CO per cent of tbe total ....... Li.bt. .. aa Aid to Capld.
:" t -i to himself. ......t Art to Desire. If.
to Jack Issued. In the top'of the Montauk lighthouse Catarrhal affection of tbe
; ,l. o I. ,did not say anything; The attendants in tbe art gallery ota /
left tbe store together exI Some time ago the Russian government at Montauk point on Long Island, Miss nasal passages, bronchial
, they In were
store Brooklyn
o department ;
employed a number of women as Evelyn Cook formerly of London, recently
had pri-
tell I him that he some startled the other day to see a man deliberately and took tubes, lungs, kidneys, blad
Tbe experiment stood before minister
')0 ; and might officials on the Ural railway. a c
to attend to
'a rk IDeS8 that he
two
destroy pictures
dinner. Thene proved successful, and at a Charles O. Gould of Easthampton for der and stomach. Also
,, v their 7 ,o'clock bad Just purchased at a cost of $17.
It And the words
iI' his an ad- recent conference at St. Petersburg better or worse. just as
of
driver coupe and alms to havea
e The man Is wealthy
small I was resolved! to engage! women for other that made them man and wife had "
at a
eiently alighted of that have no
collection art objects : Nervous
of
railways also. been uttered word the wedding
duplicates. He bad purchased in the I flashed across to Newport by wireless ,
as answered by a gray art gallery that was the scene of his
Mr. Gould's father was born f
e o who walked with dlffl- vandalism a painting for which he : THE RESTORER. telegraph Indigestion
: In tbe C;;.bthouse. and It was the son'soften
.+ d greatly surprised to paid 1000. After it was sent home he r
l expressed wish that be be married
', \ s eon. When the latter was showing It to a friend, wbo, knowIng Dowie says the newspaper editors there. ''The fact that he first met
\: e little parlor he re- the collector's weakness, told him are all going to perdition. Dear, on, Consumption, or any disease -

wi In Jo with kinds) Interest be bad seen! two reproduction of the dearl! And he's an editor himself. Mlsa Cook there was an additional rea for of the mucuoui memo S
son for choosing the quaint place
y sorry that time has painting the same gallery, one priced Philadelphia Press.
4 the The wedding was tbe brane. S p
ceremony.
Pt 1 Ton," beiald! at at $83 the other at $12. It would be easier to believe that first that bad; been celebrated In the old
,,1)k.toour cot "Go and buy them for me," said the Dowie:! Is a reincarnation of the spiritof

u d' collector, "and when yon get them' the late lamented P.';T. Barnum lighthouse for seventy-five years As a Tonic __ M

t' to a break them up. I'll give you a check than of the ancient Elijah.- =cbange.Dr 7

OF nsmoue for $4T before you go home." Dowie might pose as a restores: It ri kl.ST For Potato 4S
The limit In agricultural achievements
; Tbe friend declined the task: so theo he were selling a hair tonic Instead of has been reached by John C. it fives appetite, builds
tag Sr.d jllector\ went to the store himself religion. His patriarchal beard wouldbe f
iriag Gangnnss, who lives near St. Charles, tbe system, banishes MN1UFMTUI1EDrP"
tainted the two pictures, and after Times. up ..
at ue an..1[ oat a good exhibit-Washington M'
has fin 1
destroyed them Mich. Mr. Gangnuss a patch makes
bad paid for them that tired feeling,
.
our, i IDa of near the river on the
potatoes
CURE.R. t
'. the spot HE FOUND A .
physic ,Ian marshy flats, but recent rains put the the weak strongbad, ;
*M. tame man ordered a table with H. Foster, 318 S. ad Street, Salt {
\::7
and field thirty Inches under water. Needing lk
ati W happy d
top for which he paid $900,
reed Lake City, write: I hive been bothered dinner
awful 'cur after It had been finished he went., with dyspepsia or indigestion for ptVitoes for Gangnns rowed
wl field) of tuber In boat and .
a
pun >e artist who had designed' It and doctors with. to
try .. 21 years have tried many
Jrrea .'.u-Sent quantity for.tbe meal :
''pel. by htm while he destroyed the out relief, but I have found a cure'inHubinc. dug COLO** OMB xtbe water b"..

tII' .T'U: drawing for the table. That ., _J recommend it to al -- WIA ;..'- 11AU -....."
., off the contract; and !to fri nd., who art afflicted that v' -P) ",- rQJII.O. e1't'
r ,:,7l.) eta.y ;.
t it It f..ills
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:HOriCE OF APPLICATION FOK TAX; i-ur..LF-a.n. 1.J-tI.nJ.njjtflLf
1 KEU UNDKUBEITION BOFOHAPTKK One Cent a Word Florida East Coast Ry. ,

,. '- 48b8, LAWS OF FLOltlUA.! Small Potatoesresult

NOTICB la 'hereby of Tux,lvn Certificate thut C. P.Mo.Jolly.b.. BLAC&&( -- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct.JO, 1903.

dNtftheOddILY of July, A.D.DUObH filed: Advurtlaemonts of ten words or more under from a lack ofPotash
...101 oerlllioate in uiy ottlce and I bad uiude upDlloatlon this head Insurted for ONE CENT A WORD aOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RIAl UP.
4 for tux det.d lo Uauu In accordancewltulaw. CIIRO lu ailvaiiee cacti Insertion. No auver
the iol. tlsoinunts accepted for I less than 10 cents.
Said certificate embrace N..78
DRAUGHT 119 No.29 No.98
No.
altuultd In\ oiublaSouth TIONS'
d""o'III..I"rup"'ly* ST
lowing I
_:. I 1>all Daily. Daily.
OUUllt)'. 1010"1 IdM. t..w.t: FOR RENT. D..ly. .
8it of .wi B"O 9. 'l'p 18. H 80 Enat 40 1I

*" I i (OR KENT-Hmise of Ten; rooms. furnla'ird -r--' .800;I' ; 11.0" L .............. ... .. .. ....... iSSOa stOp
':: satd land being asseaaud at Ibo data of STOCK and I F complete. Hot and cold water batbs., One in the soil. Potash a 8 08 I' M a .... ......So Jlok.onvlle. ........Lv II 8 42 a s I 1m p ; .
the. of aucu ovitiduate lu the name 1>. II. pro I.1 . ...... 7 .0
iMtiaDce block trom pout oDIce./ Apply to Hay- I 8 20 P sb ... .. ..... ... 9 a I p ;i
., of G. N. Norman. UII.....* said ccitltlcutucuttt word DeLand.I duces size and quality.We : 8 8 8G V .. .lt.Augustnll..._........ ... 612. a 0 03
H..alnga. I
aball be redeeoiud. uccordlnif to luw, lux: : 0128. . i
.. ... .. ... ...
.' deed will laaue there-oil. ou tlie fist day ofDeoeubrl POULTRYMEDICINE i Mlt ItEXT.:Furnlaheil;: ; Koouis-Mn. A. H. .71r..IUII .E.lllat" .. 6 15 .'-10 p 5.
A.D. UlOd.Wita I have Ar. ., ... .. ..P"I.lka... ...Lv a a
....r.DIY oilloiai. alitnatin-e, and si-al thla I C Hutehlnsou Amelia Avenue. tf v al uableboolta ,a i'38 1 II" Lv... .. ... ... palok. ... . .... .Ar. 710. t .

IOIb day or Movembur A.D. 11M1B |j Olt HEN-Small cottage on end of North mOp .... or..8.n Maten.... .........Lv. r r
SAM'L 1). JOKDAN which U . .. .. . .
[Seal] 1; Houletnrd partly furnished. Inquire of .. i8lOaLv..80ttNtiteo . .
Cierk Circuit Cou..t.'ulu.l... Co.. r'm. 1<. Franck. or at this urn"... 11-ia explain more ,..,., u 23 p Lv, .. ..... . ..N"oIa.. .. .. .......Lv. 60.' Ira .
--- ._ -- fully the f rtlltxing .:J 1 a P :,1 38 ...........BuI1"1.. ................. t 110 a f 3 ta p
:NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Pit H ENT: -Five-room; Cottage on :Minne valueofPt..h. a 1 I' ala 44 1.. ............ ...................... a. 3 U P
btOllON 8 OfUUAPTEU Stock and poultry have few a ..,.Oftu... Furnlahed. Mi-a. 1?. C. Cod. .:usa 68 pal p. ..........O..u\old................... 11. 3 Pip
DEED: UroUEI'; ; ) troubles which are not liowol andliver rington. tf ins a' OB s 1 I' ............. "", .. ............... 1. a Up f i
4888, LASS OF FLOU-! I irregularitien. BlackLiraught I 1---- We will 8.Sa' 21 .13B \. ...........PortOrlllg, ............... ... IV.liOTICB.\. { Medicine tlOR KENT-Small cottage on Boulevard, send them .e 5 9 80 I.a 100 ..\ 4 2.a I II p r .' I
tock ami
::: Poultry A' quiet neighborhood uUlurol>>bod. Apply p 110 IB p 4 m 25 .Olli 818 a 1 5m p
la hereby Klv, n that R. J. RMiop. 14 a bowel and l liver remedy! Xcu, s .ollieu.II' free to any i' all 115 p 4 2 58 a B 10 p I ''v ,
...." 01 TIIZ: : itlrtui.le No. alu for stock. It puts the of n_ farmer who \ .::138 p s 3 S 81 a.1 n g I t
organs 3
day of A pr.1. A. 1>. IIlJ8. b." 11..1 writes forOERMAN i en to p f 3 p..N. 2 2 Up I
aalil oerllOoate lu m>' oltluv, aim uaa inaclwapplloutiou I digestion! in II. perfect condition. II' FOR SALE. ... 4.-: 'I, "121 a a 4 06 .. .cli 08 p I
for tax <.",,101 to IH..U.. 111 aicordauou I Prominent American breedi-rs and th. .. 1" aU 24.. a 4 13 ... 1 45 a all 116 a .i
wltb law. Saul ui-rlitluatv embrucea ibefollowingdcnorloed farmers keep their herds and Hocks 8ALE' -Japanese Sugar Cane for seed KALI WORKS. hut .1 0 a a 453 .. 101 cii 18 a f
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propel'ty .ituatcd lu V u111.1. j i'OU ....\) rower tot Stock or :Syrup. 0011111'1.1'lc. =- f 2 a t D to .. 8t. .r210m file 28& .
oouuty Florida, towlt: I healthy by ffivinur them an occasional ... Address> S-IUE-IIILL: JUt, VoL..ud. 19mw Turk-UD :\ <> u, .Htraml... orAllnola 80. Broad." ] ... .......... 10Ip.l021& l I
NwH of .e>4, btU' M, Tp 10 South Kuugu: ;10."of Black-Draught; Stock :111.: 11..'0 -lI..jS C aI18..lllp......... ....... .
:Eaat 4O. uorea.l'u and Poultry Medicine in their: --- --- --. ,-Lr-w--muTh. i- f 4a. a 811 p ........... Sniyutta..o.a.II 21 p I "tla t r r-i- .
auid ,land being funeKaed at the date oftbe !SALE-Oiie mules .I 5241.1,15 ".. .............. .a.118p.If&
pair good wolk : .
food. stock raiser mnv buy a ,
laauaiice ot auuii cwilllU'aie III the nuinootTbuB. Any 1'OK ci ; I 031p. ... .......... }
und barneiM, flrOa !
Hunt t'nleaa: aald ueltlUeate" alnill 2-Vcent; half-pound air-t iitht can nunck"lrOIl or. lit tula oilico.. iliuup. luuulie"11-1S or H. t f 51 ,... ............ 87 p f us a t .
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D be reduerat d uccoiUloK to luw, lax deed. wintbereou of this rjedicine from his dealer ............ ii p 8 8 111 a -.
Notice of u
------ ---- -- Application for Tax Deed 8U'8"a71p.
LdU,11 on UielJitti ,Ill)' ol January A. \ ...........We.t 'I p. 8 1. i
.' 1>.1_. and keep his stock in vigorous '1'LOIUDA FARM and GAltDEM for SALE Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, a 651 a 81 p ........ .... .. S 13 p. 7 U. I
...: Wllnesn my official, i-tffnalure and anal tbla health for weeks. LVali-rs) generally ii at very low prlc.-l.o..I.,1I' 01 GOncreu, L>awd of Florida.) a. .10aal2p.. .... ...... ... .. i
:w :. the lull day of Ucculilbur. A. LI. ll'OJ.Seal. : keep Bhick-Drduurht: Stoc.k and I', iiVieC neif. lu orange irroveuim piped wittt i .......... .," ..a a CB p. 8 Ma J
( .) SAM'b L>. JUltDAN.'Iff' Medicine.\ If does J.wio It U-In. cement pipe, nil mill lutioudCTKr NOTICE: I I. berebv given that C I'. Fanning f it 22 a s 25 "................. ,. ) I 35 p 6 5 8? a X ..'
' lleik Circuit Court >'uiusm Cuuuty Flu. Poultry yours < mid 1 luudery 1 tertue-beat condition. for !, ", ,'r of Tux, Certificate No. ''iJ .o1l1l. ISSOas tTp..s. .. .. ? \\ ,
,: !:, ". not send 25: cents for a saniple nimiii. ttuuriir ".w". About dutrea were levolvd eil tbo till (lav ol June, A.D. 181)9. bRO UJ. d s2 ... IIJI .. .. .. ....lvs700".80a_ !! .
Notice of Application lor Tax Deed can to the manufacturers The user the \\atir. ...,,1"0 better laud for bald C'l-rtincatu 'In my office, and has. mnde nppllcntlon .
uilBinrf celery and all.. kinds of I..' t",. d..d to Issue In 'dance SCnKDULES BBANCH LINES. .
uardunmir naiul accoi
) .. Under Section 8! ot Chapter: 4(<88:, Chattanooga<< :\! Co.. Chat ,
with 'law
Said
; >-uriuutinu ithta)5 niakva urooil crops.luiuliii certificate embraces the tol- -
;. t Laws of Florida.VOTICE tanooga. 'l'enn.BOCHRI.Llt. '.(, locution tor laming cattle ua it itn > I lowing tlenrrlbcd property situated Volualaannnly SANFORD BRANCH. I ORANGE CITY BRANOH.No. .
that K. J. ...e to irooU ruiige.Mileroom. bousa, alliJadteitU Florid. to-wlt: .1
la hereb'III\'t'n Bishop. iiiul Uooil wttter, VVH of si- See 13, 1'1.17 S, Hurge 30 E 80(]t
11 purchaaer of lax rtllicute >io.2111. dutu.lthe .( inomly papered 4. I I No.1 Po. 3 I No.1 I No. 2 N.. 4
SxATloN'
STATIO".
Jim. 80.1902. nun unU iuui.li rru.t. AaUreaaJ. acres. I
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t.1 0th day of June, A. I). lava bua tiled said Daily J DaIly _Daily_Daily
Stock and K. idtitr.Luke : ,,! 'J h" tfnlil lautl being asuesued at the date or DII Dat
Poultry
..... Black-Draught :
, iJ."" t certificate In my olllce, and has .lo..ppl- Huleu Fla. the i"rimnoe, of such ueitlflcate in the .7 06 a .Y..Tlt".vIUe.. "ArlSO" I
;; tion for tax deed to lnaue in accordance with Medicine 19 the best I ever tried. Our ---- --- of t I) <<<;iny./ Unless said certificate name shall t718. 1.............. ......... fliP 37j a 3 lOp dO lOt Lv.N.. Smyrn. Ar.155p a710p
law. SHid cvrtilKutu eiubracca' tOo lO'lowlngdescribed atoclc was looking bad whon 3'ou jnt I '011 HAI.E:-A good bonito and pony. Inquire be redeein d according to law, tax deed will 1888 a/LY........ Ollteen.........Ar Ill Slit s 3 Uv I all Slit Lv. Lake Helen .Ar I I liSp I' 00 P
, ,y. properyiiltuatedlfl \ olualu me tbe medicine and now they. are I 1 ut Uox lie', IiuLauO Flu. sane thereon on tbo :iMth day of December .81. LY..Enterprl.e.r.l 00. .8'5".1 SIte e City Ar 81ia5P_.'UE >
.\ "' '. )'lortda. tow it: 10 getting ao flne. They are looking. 20 - A D 1903.Witut'CnlV. 8 ... .. e."rord. ..... liOn_,5 _ql<.Ar..Or. IY Jo. .L._ .0 8aKAYPORT p .
'J NwJ-4 of nw i Section 20, Tp South Hmige
(<.: 2t 8 Eaat 4O. ucrea.Tbe per cant better.S. I.-OH SALK.Sleiuil Luuucb 6x18, all new official signature find seal tbla I '
the 271 h day of November A.D. 1WH. No.23 No. 21 No 19 f4o. 17 N. iS No.aol'
tbo P. SHOCKING 17: lutings will 10; Frice *10O.fiisolllie .
aald land being assessed at date of cany pel-sous. !
tbe Issuance of aucli eel,tiucute in tUo name. of .. 1...."ntu. Jilt lung,one >uur old, uarrypirsoim. (soil CIa )Circuit SAM'L D. JORDAN. Suoday/Sunday D.I. DRily BRANOH Dally. DaIonl j ..
Powton ot: Uarber. iileiu SIL..II".tlllc.. ...' atiall l'ru-e oil""?j. Just the uouia tor UlueLulie. Court Voluala County Flu. .. !,:. ooly. ez.Rln'_ _t on. \
be redeemed according. to Jaw tax deed I will .so licenses ni-eduU.. .AlIdr.... John li.ilairis :. '
.. laaue thereon. ou tue 1-tti day of January, A. :$:ullll iriuiiula, irloridu. .aOOp.l00. s 0 SOps 8M.1t..I.k..i. ........ 800.a.. tOp 11 80.
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33pam
88aL'.S.J..k..i.
D. 1VU4.Witneaa. official Nignaturo ttnd seal thin Notice of Application for Tax Deed 5 a to p .10 1. I lOp I 111.'l..hbJ.B.b.' ........ .Ar..s. 120. 4 4 OOpal loaf
my WANTED. Under Section 8 9 no < .15 t ..... 116a 13 a
tbe lltu day of V.'UU.\.A.. U. 1MOS.\ ef Chapter 4888, t5p 10. p I"a'l..All..i. Bob. 6p rl. .
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[LSeall::! ] BAM' L I). J ouo AN. I EVENtb ANAUKK WANTED-fruatw.TrThy Laws of Florida. .aOOp.lO.a.tOp.IIIO.rL..I.1U ,0..3tOp.lI0.
Clk ilrcult Court ""lu.llIl.'uuu,)', rlurida. \!| lady I
..' or ueiitleimiii lo "iiiuiinKe. bualiitaa In You N'OTICK' I. hereby Riven that C.C. Fanning, These. Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected: : to arrive and depart
.. of for Tax Detd u .t couiilj altO uOjulniiitf::: teii'itoiy for well 1 ... ot Tax: : Certificate No. 1117.date from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteed :
Notice Application :.iiiil iu\uniuly, known huuxu. of solid nunucluldtauuinu. ed the 4th duty of November, A.D. 1WS. has nor doss the Company hold U.el responsible for any delay or any oonsequenoe .r.11 there-
; Under: Sections; of Chapter: 4tW i: "ife-u.uo&irultf' cash aalitry mid exjuuuea :tiled said certificate: In my office, and baa from. 1.
Law of Florida. paid "-'"'" -Moiiuuj, b>' uieck Direct. tromai'Uitiiiiiiiicr mode application for tax deed to Issue. In acordunce -
2 r ,!.}. 1 Evpotitu; tilt II1U>' atl\uncud; position with law. Said certificate embraces
f 4-. i NOTICE la hereby grlven that II. J. Ulshop l ellliauuut.' AUUreas AlMiiagel'', O1O he following described property altualed lu KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
; ..." of 'lax '-Certitlcale: Ml! cm tea t I....ii 51..tllO, cuic.iKu: I ii. 13-1: Volnntu county, Florida to.wit:
,;... the nth day June, A. U. lauo. bus nled ounl certificate Si-J4! ot nw4.! Section 18, Tp 17 R, Range 81 E, PEINSULf AND'OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ( ;
.J in my otllee and liua made application. idiut as.The !
.' for tax deed to l..u..IIl accordance. nun lav.bald 31.i lher Urio's Sweet Vutiers for ChlldreuuuiCHSluIlj onld land being assessed at I lie date of Comm..nolnl September. .30, 19O3 I
eertldcaie "'IIU""". II tbe following/ described ,:; used "by Mother Oruy, nurse in the l snancp or such certificate In tlin name ---- -- --- 1
property situated In Volusia, count}', I ne t nliuien's Home" in *sew Voik. Curos Foeilsbiicas : of Julius Hnlcbinson., Unless said oeltlfl- SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND
...t Florida, town: U.i'l ::btoiiiiich 'leotblng DIsorders, title sha'l! be iweemed 1 according to law, tax" Lv Miami Sundays and Wednesday... ( IB a Lv Havana Thursdays .. .. .. .1 OOn'u '.'
>e4 of nwM, Sec ''lJ. Tp 15 South Humru 2b io\o umi regulate hue lioweis' aud Dt.Biruturius. > leud will Uaiie, i horeou on the &stb!! day rf Ducember Ar Key Vest Sundays and Wednesdays, S U p II Ar Xe, West Tbu ridaya .......... I 8J p ;
.1's- Cast, 40 acres.Tbe ovc'ruouootcstliuoiuuls., '.1 N5Y: :011:11:: :: A I O 19o Lv K"y West Wedn.d.y..... .. .. I 13 p Lv Key West Mondayaand Friday.. .U BOa
add land being assfiosed. at tbe dated e..t'L .1 L all druggists' :Ktx.-. iuuplo Fltbb.:: :: Witness, /1I..18IallIntl1re, and seal. this Ar Havana Thursday. ..... .. 016. ArlamIMond.y."d.rdayL....... 110 pAn I
the Issuance of sucli certiQcute in tae name VUilivss .111.... ... Oliualed L..I ISj)', .>. V. I--I> Tib* day of November, A.D. IIH'3) ;
of Foaton & Hal.ber. L'nlcns said. certificate __ no u. ,- ----_______ _____ I [tlt'lIll] SAM'L D. JORDAN, addition to above Slemoblpl.1 b operated hatweenlty: Welt and Havana follow!

7 ahull be redeemed according to law tax deco .. ] anleia 'h, l\* .\'nD-1'UIH'\\'OU'l'\i; \ Y LAVOR'' Jib: CIrcuit( Court, Voluala County, Fla. Lv. Key West Mondays Fridays..7 30 | Havana Ttieadsya and S.turday..1 00 n'u 7 I
owns
will Isaue thereon on the l-'iu da) ot Jauuaf) goat 'boy BIFI U E or.t'io'fc: l's<.a\ ., lie .IWcI.1 : fl Oentiviauii lo iiiuungu, business lu tUl, Ar. HavanaTuesdUya and 8"tard.ya ..8 00 all..r| Kay. We.' Tuesdays and S.lurd.y..1 30 p. -,! (
A. L). 1UU4. .... and .U .. _______________ -
chance to do tome sfuclnatlDtf uu iport wo" unty ii lid uujdlniug I ten" limy I Jor house ut
Witness my om"lal..llI'lIlltul'e and seal. this or Inetruetivo.v .. '''', or
copy
the lltb day of .December A. L> IDOJ. \ i.mv.fo! lb.) bio mc"STEVENSMAYNARD. .. '>' Mud eApunscs, paid COtta Momlay' direct \
[Seal] BAM'I.; L. JOKUAN JR." $3.00 Under Section: 8 of Chapter 4888 f
al I OUt lu uiuI.ituueuiers.' Expend:: niuiiey uilHI AUGUSTINE FLA.
Clk circuit Court_ .Volusia. County Florida. "CRACK SHOT" at 4.00 \' ced,I; puaitlon pt'rmiiueiit., Addrei Mauatr Lawn of Florida.NOTICE HAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST.

"FAVORITE" No. 17 at 6.00 i1 i ut uuiion\ Uidg., Chicago :tf-14'Vt. !
: Is liorel.y given that C.C. tr
Fanning
NOTICE OK Am.K'ATIOS FOR TA> STRONG SHOOTERS and
.- n.T..U good """ 01 Tax tVitlncate No SIX! Oat-
DEED UND K .EtiK:: ; I 8! Ol ALCL UAfE. "."l I!h,' ilil! tin) i f Juno. A.D. IWI, baa filed sulilcprtlllcnti \ Are You Going North or West ? J

.. OUAeTEK 4888.! LAWS:: OF },'LIJH W.al..cal_ it Keeps. the Feet. Warm and D.y..hk In iny ortlce,and lies made appllcn- '

.1 l TIIANOTICE_ PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS toclii, } for, Alluu's l-'oot-Euao.: a p,,wdcr. It lon, tortaxd'cd lo Inane In accordance with .. .
----- uiesCnilblaiim, !swollenswcutliistioro! : Aib- aw. "M:ml "','rll1l,,",,' cm*>rncea the lollowlnn
la hereby given that r. C. r'noning: portutf! jrooili.: will I furnish 'till, Diiuip teet. At all urutfgiats and shoeturua .kwcrlbcd. piopert-, situated in Voluala coun- THE .10
.. ...... 01 'lai ('..ilincauNo, 74.oated .>.. SNEtlt I 1 .: Uo': t acicpt....a Mb ,. .->c. 1J-B I)'. K.O'lda. tn-wlt : .

,. the .tu. il."y of .I uu... A, U. lBVt>. bus U naaid dItto...... prepaid If you' cHnnot)ou rocatpt o1>'lnin of tbvm price w, "...II.lo.pI..p. ..1 for .. -- -- --- -----...-- ----- <"t-Hofiiw' XI P."-4. orim-Viof ntW, Sec 4, Tp IT S. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R5fl. I
HIItO
,. ctrtlncate In luy onlce, and bas uiadtapplication our catalog which duwnbo our complete, Ime. ,
tor tax U. ed lo I&BIIU lit ucei>ru.auce 1. MJIIOK I OJ,' APl'Ltl'AIKJN I FoR TAX Tit, mild land, being a.Koaaed at Ibe date of I
with law. Kaid eel'tlucate euiurauia ibvfollowingdeacilbed hiISSUHI ce ol such cerllnctite lu tbe name of OFFERS UNEXCELLED PASSENGER SERVICE.
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. Utl-.l:: ; UNDER; SE01ION:- a Ot< '
.
Walte and
piopmty! s.tuattd. I lu Voluala .tlltt Unless aald certificate Modern Trains carryingPullman up-to-date Coaches, free Reclining ChKr Can '
,. count}.t Florida. town.: P.O BOX 3091 CHAI'rEI1St ;. Lot 4, buD of nwKi or ne4.) Sec 28, Tp 17 S, CHICOPEE FALLS MASS. >A.NOTICE. will IKSIII- tliereun, on tInt 2-tl' day of Decem _
-t. :BaoxeaO t. ber.\I U. lu .J.Witness Xlulaeua through tickets via L. 4 N. fa
.- :Tbe saKl laud bulntr aaaexacd at the date ol : :: la hereby. given .IIsI C. C. Fanning, my ntllolal signature And seal this 1.1 { C' F

-l uance ol. Bncb eeiilnoale' In tbe nauu'OfB ______ ___ _.__ __ hSO'I'JE ,tltcrJ; Lld "- .r.y'o: & Certlucato. No a7&U. 27th da>',,( Nuvt; mber. A.D. 14K8.ISalJ rat., Icb.duI.. and sleepingoar reservations apply to ; i
) ('. Jevons. Cnl""slIld oerllncaieslialbe the June, A. U. IsUtf, has' SAM'L: D. JORDAN J. M. FLEMING ,
redeemed according to law lux: : deed wniaaue OF APPLICATION Kill, TAX tiled suiacerllllcate, I... uiy ..l1Ico.and bas made Clk l mull Court Voluala County Fla. It'
plicatltin, tor I tax Ueeu I.. .. aecoid.tIce Florida Passenger Agent,
thereon on the astu day 01 UecemUui. l to in *
A. U. 1MU.Witness. DEED USDEIl SE'"TION 8 OF CHAP.TER w.II.I..w. Bald eel, lllluulo embraces. C. L. STONE Q. P. A., 206 \Vest Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. '

-- 4 iny official signature and seal. this 4b8S, LAWS OF FLORIDA.'OTiCE ,oilowiiiK' J-.cilbi.-il' piopeily situated >n Vu- Notice of Application for Tax Deed Louisville.. Kv. '
--- -- 1'11
the 27th day of Nuveiritu'. A. U. I''tM.beal '' Ic tutu V. C. Fnnnlng.' I uaia coo ill>, run'Ida. town: Under 8..1't Ion 8 of __ _
: ; $> ol > buu 1o, 3 of Chapter 4888, 0 .
2 '. [ ] SA.M'L L> Jo .t.1 L pnrcbaaer 01 Y"I: t'eitltloite; Nc.. 713; u u" 4 Tp IT Range 80,80 Laws of Florida.N'OTICE -- -- -
"clue.'I'ile .
Clk Clioutt Court Voiuaia, la. IlIt'd I be 8tb day 01 JIIII" .A.\I). 1t407 1 hoclieu eulil 1 land '
being aa-essed at the date oft
Bllid c..tI I IIcII'"III I toy 0/11"/ a ii.I.I hll" itt titliippli he Issuance. iifHuuh ceilitlcateiu the nuiue of i.l hereby given thatC C. Fanning Thousands Say That .l.
jatittil I 01 Tit Iutd to Icati. acc.itt'I I tie ,:. Tax _
: : : 'I %'ligiuia JkUhe. UuKu; said uerllllcateshallbe ot Certificate No. 640.<1at-
It :NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR, TAN I(I law. Stud ci-r.ltli'iito I emb HUCH the follow.iif ri.UceuK.il acuoriJIiiif to lawtax need will ed tin, tJ.h. day or June A.D. 1m. has fliedsttid
''' ilt'Bcr'bffl. properly. situated lu Voltmin, i4'uu; thciuon : I ; ceitlnciito In offlce, and has made
DEED UNDtttShOlION:: 8IIF( > CUAPJEK Oil ibeOdib day of Devuuiber luy ap- -
'OIlIlf.1lorl.ll1.. towitEtc : A. D. IDOd.Uiintba. pltoatlun/ for tax deed to Issue in
L 4888 LA\', :; FLOltlUA.: : nt ".. .4 ol* "....h. th'" il.Tp 17 Suutll 1t.tiie. 'my oMulal signature and coal this with Ill"' Jald ceitlncate embraces accordance the followIng McCLURLE9S t

U E. ilOHUlev. he 'Hi day ol .November, A. D. 1UUoi.I rt, trrllied property.situated In Volusiaounly.
I !I. hereby. given that C. C. Fanning '
I tOo ccitt 1..lId'clolI' n..q",1 nl lit. d..ll' 0''h" .
NOTICE Florio.. to-wlt
[Seal 1 nA.M'L D. :
JORDAN
... .
ot Tax Certlnc No. lUo
.
a- 1""uIIIO" of audi c"'IIII'I\Io'I.I I i lie name '
:k Circuit Court Volusia I rl la. NH ut neU of nei4 of neH. Sec 4, Tp IT 9,
JJ' "---. dated the ad day of AprIl, A. U. IfW-\! bus Hied .C A. I). Lljfon l"nl8. allhl c".tln"lIt County, RamreUO( E & acres.
a said oertlttcale In iny and lias uitidtuppliuatlon ouCh be rod In..d "co"I1I1' tn I"w. Tax land
J ; !1\i.\ : : The said being aanessed at the date of
for ,, 1 lu Hccordanoe
tax
: : )et-d will Irttne thereon on the :Mih! day of
:NOTICE: AHPLIOAT10N FOR TAX the Issuance or such ccrllncnte. In the name.
4& with, ltiir" Said ceitlttttaiu embrauea the
Ji-cember, A.D. Itniil.VltnessinyolfluhilHlgnaluro\ I.
lt..v follo' .; 'described\ operiy altualed. to Vu- \ ami,I M"llllhl. UliUU:: UMJfcK SKOT10N( 8 OJ aim of F.11 be H.redeemed Woodworth Unless: said. certificate. MACAZlNI
according to law lax deed
1:1k- lu.'Ou..dty, Florida,towlt: I lie 1 a!:in Oily' of Novrmtn' I liWU. (CllAPfEK:: !:lt:! LAW UP FLOJt- ...IIII.MIIP th-ruon the 28th
ou of Decem
8wM or neJ4. See. Bi, fp 111 8: It dO E. 40 aorea.i (EALl< ) $ PL4 4 "AN. IDA. bee A.D. 1900.VIIII" day is the best 10 cents
: Tbe aald laud beluif assessed ut tuu date ot ':7lerk: : Circuit Court VoluMe County; Flortd.t.It's \ official

of the W.Issuance C. McKi'elere.of sucli celtlllcate UuiessauUloerilflcateaball In the name __ ________ __ __ .. h ____ NOTICE: Is...beieby.. of 'taX given Curtincate that C C. .No.Fanning uUU, tb.. :': llIdllyuf" my November signature A.D and Wft.fSeal \! .aeal this a copy, $100 year. "

I be recl emed aecordiiiK, to law tux" deco ditid the On ) 3AM'L D JORDAN,
'lEL < day ol June A.D, Ibtrtl, basuled there
, : will I..uelber..un ou tbe. ftUu day of iJecetu-. For You said, ucititlcate., lu uiy oltlce and dasn.iileappilcatiun elk Circuit Court Volusia County, Fla. In every number of .lIoClul'f'S are
I. ber A. D. 1IXM. lor tux Hoed to
Issue in
accordance
Witness.; my official signature and seal thin with law Said! certllloule embraces. Articles of intense Interest on I f Six good short (stories, humorous
1 tbe 27th day ot November A. D. 1MM.ISealJ lui toilowtng UeHcrlbeii properly situated Notice of Application for Tax Deed
t1 SAW U. 'lOUDAN, Volusia I county, 0 It: Under Section 8 of Chapter!:!:!, 8ubje\t of the greatest national stories, stories of life and action- .
t llt Clk Circuit Court Volusia County; r'la. 41n; ul iiM34, S! .o JIpIY1'1: ; Of Range 30, 80 Laws of Florida." .
.tc res Importance. I and always good. ---

! ._. The mild' land being assessed ut tbe date of VOTICE Is hereby given that R. J. Bishop
) be IBXII Mire ol sucu, ceitiUuute iu tbu nameul' I' purchaser. -r."l'ertlfl..nle No. 231.! dated l 9d <
'Vriiuir. U. Paul. Cnless xald certlrtcnteHhall the 13th day of June A. D. 18B8 has filed said :N : \
SouthernAND be rucleemed. according to law, tax: : deed certificate In my olnco, and haa made applica McClure's will he important and
Georgia will I lH-'ie ''' entertaining- .;er.
'r-ou ou tbo sotu day of Decem tion for tax deed to Issue In accordance with
p ber A. D. IDOa.ii \ law. Wnld certificate embraces the following "Every year better than the last or It would not be McClure's. (

>ii,,. c>. LUJ 'lllolal a'guature-and' Seal this dpgirlbed property situated la Voluala county FREE Subscribe now for MuClure'a for 1IW4, and gut the November and Decani
IbeXihdjy: NuYeLntuer1A.t). IUOS Florida towlt: ber numbers of 100 free.
(:Sum:; ,) SAMl'tL! O. JOKDAN. Nefci "Section, 20 15 South
Tp Range 28 East
Florida Clerk Clicult Court of Volusia Couuty, ..11NUTIuI \. -ion...,...'.. THE S. S. 'CCLtRE COIPANY 623 LEXINGTON BLDO., NEW YORK:, N. Y. ; .
Railway Tbe; said" land being assessed at the date of
the Isauance of such certificate In the name '
OK APPLIDATUJN: FOR TAX of Poaton &; Barber. Unless: said certificate I rI
KID 1:): L'Noicit!: bEU!: lION; 8 o1: shall "bit redeemed according to law. tax) deed .

I'HAl'IKJi: 48B8:!: :!, LAWS UF FLOHILIA. will issue thereon on the Lith: day of January,
".11.."_ KlTer Kont." A. 1) 1904.Witness'
i my official signature and seal this ATLANTICCOASTLINE ;

iwA, The Great Health Drink! U hereby glveu. tbat C. C. Fanning, tbe 11th day of December A. D. 1M0.(9oiilj \ .

NOTICE ........ or 'lux Cert 11I."t" Nu. 6M, ( HAM'L D. JORDAN, I _
\i CIa Circuit Court Voluala
Florida.
.. dated iliu tilt duty of November A. !>., 18U&, County,
T Dispensed at iillSoch Fouptalns\ 6c< bas tiled. said oertincato lu uiy oulce, and has
.1k, '. Schedule ID Effeat June 28, 19011.f" tEL11r'cDLLc1 0 .
.. > nude application lot lax deed to Issue 'In aocoidanuu I
'- .( with law. Suld: certincate embraces EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. <
METTO Syrup t is put up tliu roilowlng described property situated In .

.. !, '. pill Flyer.LvTalatka Quickstep for mixing with Ice waterin V'otusia:! of aefct.couuty tI","Florida:*i, Tp 17.towltiEH Range 80, SO acres. VOTICE">;i Ja hereby been given appointed that Executor the under-of The Great Through Car Line

C ........... .... 5 rO pm ft 15.cn the Summer time and Tlie said lund being asseisi. d at the dale. of the lust will and testament of Marti Allen deceased From FiCOltflMECTIOlttSj
,'Y"tf Iv Jacksonville: ... ."T.. '1110 pm 7 4f am the Issuance such ..cerlltlcate. the name and all creditors, legatees distributeesand r1
,Vj" Ar Vnldoata.......... .. ...11 05 p nArTlfton 11 IHJumU with hot water In the Winter ot Unkuowu.: Unless aald certlfloute. shall be all persons having claims against said' es. -
, \" .-- ..... ....... .. ... .U 8li am : IMpm time. redeemed. according to law, tax deed will into will present the some to the undersigned ; -.
Lr ., .4.1' (1ord..l.l ................ 1 4!> ant 1 48 pm Specially adapted Issue theieoa on the lItb: day of December, within two yean from tbla date or they will '
'W2f.it_: '\ ArMnoon... .......... .. 84Oaui 10pm to family .uJle. either ilot A D. 1UW. bo forever barred.
". Witness official. and This December 11, A. D. 1903. _
: O. of GA. my signature' seal tula OVER ITS .p
;'I; I ArAtl.nta ,... .........: .. 725am 16.5pw a beverage/ or table drink, I he mil day of &oveuit' A. JD. lloiB.\ \ CHA.*. W. R0SH OWN BAILS TO Savannj
. f N. C. ST. L. [tSu-ul: ] BAM'L ll. JOUOAN. Executor. TOTHb EAST ton
t the of tea | Richmond ana tl
g ,i: j &rChattanooga........... 1 00 pm fOam taking place tIle Circuit Court Volusla County Fla. Washington :
,1' i 'f>" y Ar !ashviiIe... ... .... 0 64 pin 8 40 am coffee VIA ALL.RAIL. Pennsylvania Railroad. 4 i----:
,1' ;, .';. Ii ILL. C."T.R. B. Notice of Application for Tax Deed NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE. 8t

.1 w.1' ArCbloaao Arlil&.Loul..708l1w.... ............10 115 am 74 pin Under Section 8 of Cbapter 4888!!:! VOTICE li hereby given that tbe under- The Louisville and Nashville, via jI. *
Moatgomej
.
. .t',. I I* N. R. U. Prices for Syrup : t Pint, Law of Florida.VOTICC I L.signed executor: : will six months after -WEST i
.tFt't.. o 4 ?. Ar Louisville. ...... ... .. 9 lOam It 86am date to-wit, : On the 12th day of June, A.D. Tbe Mobil* and Ohio via '
1 Gal. 1U04, Monti
,r .*Cincinnati ........ .. 780am 4 (Apia 25c. Quart, 75. i la hereby' given that H. J. Blaliop. I the present his final account' as executor of Riroa .
, 11 purchaser of Tax. Certificate No.28I.dllt.d! estate of Joint L, Hush, deceased, and ask
0/ : 1 O. *: B. I. B. K.Ar lon $1.3o. 1 Gallon $2. O. '
the blu day of June A. D. tbat the same be allowed and Via Savannah acd Coa
< CblcaO.\...... .. VIA an letttt hue filed sailcertlnuute 1 I approved Oce.l1Ste.m.blp. .
,r ::' Directions Two table- In my oUlce and baa made appllca This December 11, A. D. 1V08. Phlu ''e'pb'' anti Boston. p .
i t olid train from Jacksonville: to Macon.U'l17 : thou for tax deed. to laaue In accordance with CEAS. w. RUIB.'I Vm f. "
, ',' t Traloa from Palatka connect! at Vuldoata gpooafuU used to a glass of law. Bald certlllcate embrace the following Executor. TOTHP EAST I Norfolk Steamer for New hi '' .
,Faa, y .i wltbtrsln.golnignorth. from Jackaonvllle.. water. Costs less than 2c.Tropical described property situated Voluala county. | Baltimore. -t
II'. i Local Bleepera on Dixie: : Flyer train for llorida, towit: 'I a'
9l., "f ) aooo, remaining In depot until T BOa. in. a glata. BtH of awH Section 80, Tp IS South Hang CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.: VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Satannah and Merohanta J .1t .,
[.0' Pullman Buffet Bleeping Care from Jack- 28 East.:: 40 acres. for Baltimore 5
P1. L aonrlll to St. Louis via. bore route without MaDBfactmiiCoinpaEyJACKSONVILLE. The said land being. assessed" the date of Ip County Judge's Court, ?
>II '-.-- onang of oars on Dixie: : Flyer train *leo the Issuance of such certincate In the name of Voiuaia. County, Florida. | To Key West of I IAND
', -t- .PuUujaoa.. flneat aleepera on came train to Jfoatou It Uarber. Cnleia said certlQcate chad By tbe County Judge of laid County. Via Pe 'Sp.s a
u1181.1., -. without obao _. bo redeemed law
.tcsgo << FLORIDA. according to tax deed will .
1VHEREAStbelutwilL: 0
hici.: 4riepbedules an Foi" ':- "- J. H. HAFBTEHYHt. 11. 11.194. ?f Gtottte B. Clachar bas been admitted to HAVANA.Interchangeable. 'S 4)) ork a
' e.u.eC"It'8" ,\ )1IIt1 W. Bay Bt. W. B. FUDGKR witness my official Signature and seal .'thU piobate, and record in the County Judge' via Atlanvb !
1
: j.< -.ac"-on'YI11... pia.In the lltU day of .December A. D. 1J08.tlk court of Volusia county, Florida and, ilway, .
the state.
r .-....."" Sod] bv G. W. FISHER [.. .. t41\1'L! Whereas, Dr. H. K. stout tie{. executor 1d Agent. Atlantic
......;.: -, W. W. ALCOTT. circuit Court Voluala Co'unty/tlorida./ therein ecutor! and named, reluses lo qualify\! BI vucb ex :ilea Co -

the hands of Ills frl.. nds. itc -r-- WbereasJ R. Turner tho Sheriff of laid Mleale D. STARK,
eyBl------ -I county, ;, haa: applied to said court for letters principal railroads Trav. Paw. Ag-etat.
of administration with the will '
New Smyrna "Breeze 'Perl Itlnaa annexedheld ) agents.
'
;} : Js
/ are, therefore, to cite and admonish Cksoiiill., FL : ,
Smith baa no greater claim to tb t as a blgamlst.-.....,. all and singular the kindred and creditors of Through Pullman Sleeper CRAIG,

I Bald deceased to b" Bail. appear before this Line: also via Atlantic n'I Pa$. -.1.
ll colleotcr'Btffice other ; Coat .
; L any n an, old bim of its duty to 5c''jVslC court mi or bt'ro"lIlb"" Pith day ol January For reservation .

: srd biNondidaoywilI not inter/ere .offence against tbe law* of OJT I I"i..I")., to)1U04.the and file ol'J ctlon.I..Uel'll". If. any they or write:
granting of afnreaaltl VtMo
'"with any oilier m man, and of tbe Injury bei hatf-tJ Tjt /' I VM the Shine will be granted aa prayed, F.I 0 BOY .. Pay.
ilajthe two womea and little| <.h'Vtf > '
]I .;...t Th5recL I i RooC Uvw Pflh.
t, and Wjcoud jcttrterlUijaii I a c'le"- t.

J EndoMd wfch ever r '

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s @ 00000000000000000000000000g Horrible Accident At Osteen. FO -l-or-otO-H') Oi

o) Stetson University g The little elght-year-old eon of Kirby

o': Toys AND Holiday Gifts m Brief News Notes g horrible Osteen!: accident came near the other meeting day with at hit a TIRES @

00000000000000000000000000THE father's. syrup mill at Osteen. lIe
o
was playing around the mill when hit KINDS
football season has ended ALL
0. The time U again at hand to begin selecting e) the Times-Union cup In bead was caught between the lever,, AND:: PRICES

pulled by two horses, and an upright
oo of Stetson whereIt
: TOYS
FOR
THE CHILDREN, rightfully belongs.' Gainesville of the mill. A young man by the

GIFTS FOR YOUR FRIEXDS I and Tallahassee, however, claim name of Brooke saw the accident justin AT BIGELOW'SThe

that It should be theirs, but bave been time to stop the horses and draw

We unable to give good for the lever back, preventing the little
Are Well Stocked With Co any reason!:
fellows' head from being crushed into
making till claim.
10 i price of rubber has
0) Tbe E. F. S.. since the cup was of. pulp. As It was both cheeks were

Toys, Dolls, Drums Horns, Trains, Engines! Automobiles, '. fered, has played only one collegiate mashed, and the b'ood' flowed from bin, gone way up, but a large
Albums, Fancy Boxes and Packets, shaving Seta, Mirrors,
C. Comb and Brush J>ts, Hand Bags and Toilet Goods. Soap, O) game-with U. of F.-in which. they nose. One eye wall almost mashed lot bought before the rise

" Perfumes and a j.re.u many Gouda suitable for gifts were defeated by a score of 8 to 5. out. allows us to sell at for-
CO They refused to play Stetson becausewe ---
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' mer prices
? 0 WE INVITE YOU o) Holiday Rates-A. C. L.
requested them to make a state
\ LINE.MCELROY'S. ment that all their player were stu.dents'and The Atlantic Coast Line announcesa i

; o.. AND INSPECT OUR ooooeoooo were receiving no remuneration rate of one and one-third fares plus WHILE THEY LAST

$'i' .!,$.. 'i'@ for playing. This was only a 25 cents, for the round trip for Christmas
i, fair request, as Stetson agreed to do holidays. Tickets will be sold -IO-JoOloOK>iO+i o-I 0.1.0.10+I oKHO t +C'.H<> ,

--- the same, and it was done by both December 23- ."> Inclusive, December

oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hev J. E. Mickler left On Tuesdayfor sides In the Tallahassee-Stetson: game. 30 and 31, January 1, with return limit O.O.O P O.O O.O.O..O O.8 O.

l Local and g Lake City, to attend the annual Now, If Gainesville was not playing January 4. 190-1. Teachers and students -
1- ;;
0 conferenceof the M. E.church, South. professionals, why was! not the request of .schools and colleges will be Xmas !
Personal Briefs
'o Attorney John--B--Parkinson and liom Stetson compiled wlthV Ou the accorded !same rate, tickets to be sRld jAm

, oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Mr. J. A. llendricks! of Daytona were other hand, If 12. F. S. had men on the December 10-22 inclusive with ret' rn

(' '-. Prof and Mrs. F. R. Obborne have In DeLand Monday and Tuesday on team whose standing! they could not limit January 8, 1004, upon presentation -

returned to DeLand, after spending business before the Board of County Honestly vouch for, then the easiest of certificates signed: by superintendents -
.
Commissioners, In the interest of the
,':,1.,- several month ,in Michigan./ East Coast hard road. way to get around this request was \principals or presidents. All SANTA BRILL'S
---- to do as they did, namely, /get insulted Information cheerfully furnished o AT
Capt. Wm. H. Irwin of Wheeling, Dr. W. B. Pierce and family re rid refuse. to play Stetson. This, --- --------

'..... 'V. Va., ia down for the winter. turned from Buffalo the first ot the ,however, wa only spiting themselves, Mrs. I.eU's mil Contested CLAUS

"' :: "l, t1s makes the twentieth winter that week is, according/: to the rules aftcrwauls Mrs. Smith, the mother of Mr. A. V.
.' he has been coming to Flurlda, although Senator Frank W. Sains was in r
aid down by the Times-Union, Stet- S. Smith! of Jacksonville and daughterof r
:. .J the Brat for DeLand. The town Monday' and Tuesday.. | Fine Florida Alligator Leather Goods j
,+ mi had the cup and to yet it E. F. S. Mrs. Levi has, through her attorneys ,

,,: captain U well pleased with DeLand Mr. Clarence Meyers of Palatk'i, .votild have to play and defeat Stet- iIIrlIl of prominent Chicago Beautiful China Ware '

:;" and the people and la setting forth who has been in DeLand for the past son. If this announcement had comet lawyers, filed notice of intention to ,

;f : the town's advantages to others. Heia two weeks, left Wednesday night little mother. Mrs. Novelties Curios Stationery
sooner, it U very likely that 'contest the will of her ,

' stopping at the Winter Home. for Daytona. _______ L':. F. S. would not have been in such Levi died a year or so ago/ leaving a and Handkerchiefs

B'4'; Twenty communicants--! were received MI'V., O. Eccles: very hospitably ,t hurry to break off relations with will making her /grandson, A. V. S. Hosiery ,
.
entertained the Ministerial
\ Into the M. E.: church, ISouth, Sunday Association) at ht) r Baptist home on the Bou Stetson. Smith her sole legatee./ The prop- All at Reasonable Prices Cneidering

y morning as the result ot the recent levard. It was their regular monthly! Tallahassee's claim to this cup Is erty amounts to several thousand Quality,

revival meetings, eighteen fore meetinv, and after a bountiful uppnvarious based on the fact that they tied Stet dollars.
.. matters of Interest were dUCUSSLU. --
the DeLand church and two for the son on Thanksgiving Day. This how- ,
; 1; A Hopes Case Settled. TOY IN 1 ROFUSION,
!' r P"thel church. These two churchetjJ.1.i ever, Is inadequate for two reason:

',ave been especially prosperous urIlljBf" H L. Lockard returned to DeLandthe llrst, because the rules laid down by The state Supreme Court: has handed Mechanical Toys, Bolls Etc. Eto. J

ing/ the last conference year. first of the week. the donor of the cup state that to /gain down a decision in the following!!: Volu- ,

possession of the cup Stetson must be cia county case: E. E. Ropes, plaintiff And a Lot of other Good Things.
? 1'; Mr. W. H. Getasinger, one of the The DeLand chapter of the U. D. C. In error vs. C W. Lansing et at., defendants
; principal of the Stetson hat will meet at the usual place Monday l defeated; secondly because. in the in error. Writ of error dis
> owners
fl Dec. 14, at 3 p.m. A full attendance Thanksgiving' game,Tallahassee used missed. O 'lnhn per curUm (DivisionA .
|; at 85
"j stock and who has The $1.25 Ping-Pong cents.
factury ,
. 'Q!; represent in requested., Secretary.The formations which were illegal and ). E. E.: Mopes, for plaintiff In error.
t ,, ed Mr. Stetson in the work done on -
" ._ K>+CH-O+OC>
;" ladles of Presbyterian -
the -- -
I College Arms hotel, Is in DeLand --- -- -
church will give an afternoon tea at
>::;'j._y /getting the hotel:! ready to turn overto I the church on Tuesday, Doii. from 0.0.0.0.0.0.0'0.0.0'0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.00.0'0.0.0'01,000 *<) w-- ...---.- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Mr. Somera, the lessee. Mr. GcUsiiiger :3 to J. All are cordially ln\ite ------ o

.' (j' I 1*a hustler.I .. Fancy articles suitable for Christina- Flue Crop of Lettuce. g How to Preserve
\ :i presents will be on sale. The chll == : Mrs. I. M. Starke will market between

::i R A: H. RylanU and family returned dren are also Invited, and for a dime: 4,000 and 5.000cratell of lettuce Kumquats Soooooooooooooooooooooooooo

, ,.,'!; .f( home on Friday.. Mr. fly land la much or nlckle will hind in Mainmj's will apron from her truck farm on the shores of

<<< but still weak from the pockets something that pleasethem. Lettuce is said to
Ua/ r, Lake Beresford.
.
,,
,1.1I ttfeCh'l CHICKENS AND TURKEYS. To tbe Editor of Tbe News:-
i, 06' QJC operation he underwent be: a scarce article In Florida ibis
_'1'. t.... -- I Superintendent Turnquist residence bring a good Iii reply to your Inquiry for recipeof
.:.... ,,, W. L. Kepler has arrived from Eau' is being/ given a coat of white year, and will probably has "Kumquat Preserves," I have had
.... :, Cli Ire Wls. and will usual srtce. The Starke orange!: grove best
, .. as proceed paint. results with the following:
\ ANTEDA'l' 500; or COO; boxes of fruit on it this year.
-f; to improve his property at WinJ'nemUsett. -
Bread hour
t't""' \' Huuie-made hot every KITMQUAT PRESERVES.
'' '
''
' .I'.l''. ., _:. __ at Aliou's. ----- Anyone desiring large, fat young Parboil in water and salt and
,
p, r ; Kirs. J. H. Kruee! improving sloAlj J. W. knock's painting crew Is now chickens will do well to address C.M. change water four time
limited number to extract
!1 :>t ;e at St. Luke's hospital Jacksonville it work on Mrs. Julia Heath's house, THE MARKETE. that 3rokaw will, dress who!! 6 has or 7 a pounds.At the oil from the peel. Parboil un-

'J-: 11 end. \ hopes to be honrd in time to spend I/I\'III/it/ / a coat of white paint. til a fork will easily pierce the fruit,
''7' .Christmas: with the family. --- :. L. McBride ON then drain off water and add pound ,
J
: :
the meeting of Myrtle Lodge,
\ Admiral Schlfy. ) Pecan tretb. at E. 1 for pound of sugar: and fruit. Cook
'" ---- fI111..i tORNEIIWAS ; No. 21, K. of P., last night, officers
( '1 Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nettleton H. Ilaj'ward's. Also fine Camphor Manager. for ten minutes.
' trees that must be re oved. 6:2: were elected as follows: :MRS. E. L. McBRIDE. ,
"
:; Scranton, Pa., are at The Oaks. for
Could.
.' ,, r the. season. C. C.-Ward [We thank Mrs. McBride
for the
". "'f ; .-_ I FOUND-Small coin purse. Loser I i it V.-C.-M. Davis.S.unon.: [ above recipe, which we hope will bea
: Mr. G. A. Dreka took CASH Prelate-A.
M' a party over obtain for this benefit the
.V"' ;. './ to hit Hontoon Island may same by paying M. of W.-O. F. Fl..h. to enquirer of last week ___" .
Sunday. and
.4. grove adv., describing property calling O Codrlngton. as well as to other lady Deader oi '
The. grove loo'ks Hue. on Mrs. S. B. Wilson., K. R.U. Buahnell. THE: NEWS.:: -ED. )
" ..r. I I M. of E.-H. C. !:
.'
.Nh( Mr A. V. S. Smith was in DeIand'I't will >..o.o.o.-o.o.o..o.-o.o.o.o..o..o.o.o..o.-o.-o.-o.-o..o.-o..o.-o._. M. at A.-Bert Fish.I. SPE
I I It Is stated that Pullman cars .- -- -- --- G.-W. W.Vatls.. COUGHING[ L CAUSED
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business for a'few --
,on -- hours.Saturday.Mrs. be run this winter from New York which were protested at the time by Messrs. Gritting\ and Taylor, who O, Q.-H. C. Flnney.Truxtee I I DEATH.

,f, C. E. Kirk of DeLand Is a I I direct to UeLand. In the vast it has Colton. Mr Hughes, the referee played ball with the Ormond team I *-J. B. Conrad A. S. Mun- "Harry Duckucll aged 25 years
,.. : { 'charming winter guest' of lrs. McClure been necessary for the elect to hirean Coach refused j ust year. arrived In DeLand on M on so" R. C. Biuhnell. choked to death early yesterday morn
..... I 1108 Grand Central avenue, Hereaford.This and coach of F. H. C. team (lay, and, will spend the winter here if Delegates to Grand I"odge-A. S. ing at his home, in the presence of hu
entire car or get off at rule them out and the with R. H. Boyd. alternate;
game
Hyde Park.-'raw'pa Tribune. to ,t hey can secure: employment. Mr. Munson wife and child. He contracted a slight
. ., .' if It Is a fact, will be a great ad was played under protest. The following ((iritflnjET plays: xecondbase and short- O. E. Muriel, with R. C. Buahnell, alternate. cold a few days and but
ago paid little
" ; : Mrs. E. J. Godfrey and little child for DeLand and a big thing for our are extracts from letters re- II ton, while Mr. Taylor Is a pitcher I attention to it, Yesterday
ceivcd by Mr. I'olton from four UlI'Ola ml outfielder If be R. H. Boyd was recommended to morning he
have returned from Fitzgerald! ;; Ga., I I hotels. they can kept was seized with fit of
,to spend the winter In D Land. Pro'feasor bers of the rules committee, the highest |here, we will have a good baseballearn the Q. C. for reappointment at D.G.C. a coughing which
:,i ,1 Godfrey remains at Fitzgerald, Mrs. R. P.Moore baa rented the authority on football in America: (t this year. _. __ __ for continued/ (for some time. His wife sent
I is a physician but before he could
lbut;! will be vlaltrd weekly by THE: I house known as the Hamilton House, "I do not think the formation Mrs. Barker and son arrived from arrive -
''" anlI.l Is. outside the twentyfiveyard Mis. ,1. B. Jordan returned from another coughing spell came on"j.
t, t :NEWy.:: I furnished it completely now permissible Davenport, Ia., last night. They are
student line "-JOHS U. BALL. 1 Kentucky. the first of the week. and Duckwell died from: suffocation.St. .-
I trod to take tourists or relatives of the late Miss Joy
, : H. A. Tanner and J. J. Banta of Good fare, comfortable, neat bed "The position of quarterback aa Col. John A. Bradley and Capt. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. i.

\\aDeLand;j :: and W. G. DePass of Ormond rooms. Rates, $2 per day, *" per wt-ek. you describe it, does not bring him on John L. Chandler attended the U. C.V. W. A. Allen In expected home from loot" Balfard's Horehound Syrup
y'. were drawn on a special venire for Special rates for season or school. the line of scrimma e.-L. M. DEN Meeting in St. Augustine this Pensacola next week to spend Xmas: would\ hasa'cd him. ajc, soc and
;i' before the U. S. court
atM
J grand jurors *
year. 'week. with his family in DeLand& $i.oo at all druggists. ia ;
Jacksonville session tola week. NIS.The the I I'
; .in F. S. C. contended that
..iMr.: Tanner, whose ability never fallsto The county road jail has. b.en moved, qnarter bade was on the line of scrimmage .-___ ------ ---- ________n__ ___ ______ .A C a:.
be recognized, wherever he maybe over to Daytona It will be used on and If he was not they admitted 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000oooooooooooooooooooog .
was choseu as foreman of. the the new public highway from Oak IIlll that the disputed play was illegal. < 0

" grand jury. to Ormond. ___ .) C) ./' :1

> < The city street rl'l'alr.tam!! areuu.w Such a play would not be prrmlt- ] <:
will be
"np\,; /i> of Generosity" in Jhe ,
ted In an important game
at work on North Boulevard.
-the taeui<*\>f the sermon in the Presbyterian North."-WALTER CAMP. '

church Sunday morn In//(.The For Loan t&OO 1 on-;good;; m-ourlty You are perfectly right. In your -,
" Westminister League will meet-at DeLand property. Enquire of C. 0, podlliOlPACT.. IJASHtEL i iIf
"Q ,6:30:: Prayer The Sunday school at 10 a. Codrlngton. *" then, the protest haa been aus- | : : : o
m meetingou! Wednesday at other conclusion can be ,
7:30: : --- tamed, what to _ __ __ _ ___ 0
p.m.St. City Council meets Monday night. ri-ached than that the /game goes 0C< ---- - - - -- - -

./' 'arnabas Episcopal churchSun- Stetson, and no further game la necessary | find Cleopatra, Beatrix and mythological $2.50; green glass fold trimmed, oo
A\ Christmas is just two weeks from to settle the question. CHRISTMASTALK. subjects. stand $1.95. J
? Ay, Lc'c.13-10 a.m., Morning/ Prayer o plated o ft
J (Sunday a ;hool); 10:30: choral service. today. Tallahassee may want the cup, I Roman: heads! and busts 7.xRo Frog Vase Oln, new and novel 75c.: o tUnbreakable
with sermon. Right Rev Bishop Marsh Bro are now handling the Gainesville may kick for it, but the man heads and busts, \Otic) 160, Cream and 'rater o
,
,) 'k Y w> ordain Mr. Dwight F. Cam- finest western meats. fact remain: that Stetson rightfully : ._---- 298. Pitchers 15c, 35c and 50c; tinted o o
t r to tie Diaconate. Sermon by holds the trophy and propones to keep .0 Moorish water carrier. lain high blue, white lined and all white. o
1. Mr; Rickert, of the Orlando Ca. A 20-horse-power automobile has It. I :e 'What would you do without thee real Oriental costume, W.00 each; Jumbo Coffee Cups, moustache o t

J' <\1. "7:30: p.m., Evening Service been purchased for the tide of College happy Christmas time, when every $10,00 the pair.Uptodate 21in will and plain 40 and :COc. o o -J...

[onnrmatton, and sermon by Arms guests this season. The program of Stetson Literary :o heart beats quicker. and every face negrodnde Military Brushes and Companion o
or Gray. The hours of service for tomorrow night will be asfollows sit on any window eillfrndntel or (the very thing for young men); o
a )itly changed on accountof Will McGratb, who Is running a Society :o put on a smile ? bracket, $3.98. These Voods! have Shaving Sets; Collar and Cuff o o

il t tler Y'Ct ee.m clean shave parlor on the coa.t, came : event Mr. Leltner; reading I We do not have to .search long never been shown in DeLand before. Boxes; Smoking Sets, etc. o
"/ t ..' over to DeLand on Tuesday to !see Current Keci- oo I for the cause of this universal Handsome pictures In sentimental Complete stock of ladles'[ and ogent.
DeLand / Miss Mottatt; extempore. and classic subjects; .' and o ,/
1 : Tuesday and Thurs- what was the matter with the upright Handkerchiefs, plain
t Par. practice,
; very !Mr. MotTattj; It's because everybody o
tat on, simply
pleasure. in
,
o and oval frames gilt
25cand
Initial 50c.
landscape
a at W. W. Alcott' baseball club. debate Resolved, ThatU. : o I
,
o Mr. Boatlck; la of some one and forest 23c
recognizing the 'g thinking old English green Full Dress Shirt Studs in imita o
: v -\ S Panama U justified republic.In At!., Lofberg, else, and we all vie with each other to $6.00 each; unframed pictures. I tion linen and pearl face, 25c to o o
new
I;' ', Pounds neiVallcer, Butts, '0 In our efforts to make some one new and attractive subject. not 5V( set. o
Stacey ; : .
found elsewhere. Ask to see The
,. I You can have but an Imperfect o ; ,
r t Sparkman. 0o happy. Tramf.and the Panama Girl, \Doc) Idea of what we have, and we invite o ;-1'
.. Now, we have been buying andplanulol' you to look them over. o o .-
THE NIPS AGAIN VICTOR .S. 0 to help solve thee Doll, and Doll Trunks-Doll o
you ,
and Trunk imitation leather, 25c.:: 50c { Our Grocery Department Is well o
The game between the Nips problem of what to give, and we I stocked with everything necessary o
and 75c; Doll Trunk, full Saratoga,
OLD FISH I Tucks Wednesday was a fine one, have gotten together a splendid 98c; Dolly Varden Cloth Dolls, indestructible I. for home dinner, banquets, etc. o o
the Nips being victorious; the score 0 collection of useful and ornamental boy. and girls 25c I Don't worry about your mince pies; o f(

ee in an aqc-rium\, with was 24 to 14. The town team will and little : and 50c: Rubber Doll, boys and I II we have it ready chopped and prop0 t ..
'I challenge the Cbaudoln team for a e gifts for big people people like real babies they'll if erly mixed. Send la your order o .,
girls, cry
( o o and mod q complete, game/ to be played next Friday or \ ; for ladles and gentlemen. I I 'em; Dressed Dolls for whatever you want, and we 8

; k'CO. -.- .- ... .' Saturday afternoon.: o You have only twelve netting/ :you boys squeeze and girls, 60c, 75c to $1.50; will fix you up in first-class style. o o ,)
.Inlce'Chrfitmas -: before Christmas ando Handsome Dolls 18 and 20 You know how it it when you wait o
e days now I Bisque :
\ 1
present fort was feel like saying' bad words! 2.
.El more Marsh over from Day- the ruth Is already on. Come early : Inches lone/ satin costume longhair -you f
.... .. tona the first of the week. He states I ) black shoes and stockings, If we don't wait on you proml'n'Sa.ve VA IS.
for best selection.Beautiful I all this ana come".I.
well with
that they are doing very 00 $1.05. '
their dairy there. o
e. OP Candles -- sAt : pieces! ,'75c to 81 95 each. it.
line of Oriental and
.I mono o Fruit and Nut Bowls, red glass, and Manoro #
fro the first M. E. church the pastor e Roman busts and figures'you:; will: trimmed silver-plated -.>--' }
ing gold
ng ..... .. will preach next Sunday at 11 a tn. fc.o -.._

? and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school at 10 o -Manufacturer. ,." II '.
our m at 6:45: o
o'clock; Epworth League : p.m.

,,: physicians .. Prayer, meeting every Wednesday o o Gr. A. ID. Eressed *- V
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\.j and all wb : ; evening at 7:30.: Strangers in town .
and all others are coidlally invited to ...... '-'nlte4
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awful 'cur servlcea. 00 1 '' .n ,""l'IItoD.I.Iuu1. ...
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LUNGREN AND BARBERVILLE- 00000000000000000000000000 NEW SMYRNA. o
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Items from the Braeca. _
Special CorrcBpondonce.BARBEKVILLE.
S !:. I Orange City | A.. G. Beasley and wife and J. R. Florida

Ellis and wife of Linton Ind., arrived have been
. Rather dull the past few week O 0
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOrange here Sunday to spend "the winter. ing commit ties: : t. ,
There are several vacant houses, q 4
!! City December 9.-William They have rented the Chlaholm cot- is an on the /a.
1 and one or two "eyesores.
h Heebner and family arrived Wednesday tage on Ball street Davis on
J. D. Heacock's house has been improved "
from Landsdale Penn. They Chas. H. Hall of New York arrived Lamar on the
In by palntlnjr
appearance
have a beautiful winter home. Mr. here Wednesday afternoon and Is a commerce. ;
More paint I needed InBarberville.
Heebner has nice of guest of the Ocean House. :Mr Hall
a crop orangesand Joseph J
"' Rev. Gleason will preach In the P Pl
this has a host of friends along the East +
grapefruit is
year. tor, once more
Baptist church next Sunday at 11 a. I
m. Regular service is held every Lewis Young hal bought< the Still- Coast who are pleased to see him home, having _

second Sunday In the month. man store building! of Mr. Kolman on again. past: week. As
'' Graves! avenue. We hear he will turnit Dr. Smythe of New York arrived teem in which he
Gordon Purdom has moved Into his
house into a livery stable. here Saturday and is comfortably located zens of West I

new The Masonic organization! is kept Mr.and Mra.Chlsbolm and Miss Veda at the Barber house on the Worth Band on I THE HEATH & M1LUGAN BEST PREPARED PAINT

returned from their summer visit in peninsula, where be will spend the arrival him
WEARS .loNGEST
ff up. They have a hall In Barbervllle.JLCNGREN. gave LOOKS BEST COVERS MOST
Massachusetts Saturday. Mr. Chls- winter. The doctor has spent several fully an hour the


u, Albert Turner shipped. nine crates holm's namejof: cousin Chisbolm a young came with man them by the to winters F: A. Barrett here. wife and little daughter most stand charming in the park.BIO :== I Best Prepared P*
of eggplant/ to New York just before spend the winter. passed through!! town Saturday en- .

': first freeze but the frosts and two or Mr. and Mrs. Walden Mrs Dunlapand route to Ft. Lauderdale, where they CATCH OF

three light! freezes l since have: ruined Mrs Nellie Palmer drove to De will visit Mrs. Barrett's parents, Mr. A catch of HEATH & Mu..uGAN MFG. Co. CHICAGO, u. S. A.

the plants.J. Land Friday morning on a shoppingtour. I and Mrs. P. N. Bryan. Many of their ish mackerel was !:

'ta II. Cowan of Sanford spent a few old friends were at the depot and it Florida Fish and

days here with relatives recently. The Misses Georgia and Abby Dun. was a pleasure to meet them again.!! at Miami

y Mis Agnes/ Petersou has gone! to lap of Nashua N. H., and Major Tax Collector D. Perkins Smith has was prepared for

;. Sanford, where she Is staying with :r Klngsman arrived Monday. The ladies been going on cruches this week as mense number

her sIster, Mrs Cowan.Misa I will keep house with their sister the result of a race with a rat. In night's catch ,

Kate Dillard and Miss Lillian Mrs Belle: Dunlap and Mri. Nellie justice to D. P. we will say he was !after ] see when brought II

.r Dillard have /gone to Port Orange Palmer.Mr. the rat, and not the rat after him. season so far has .. 1;h

where they will probably spend the and Mrs. Captain Paul of New He with others were after a very cessful one for

' winter both having situations with York City arrived Tuesday. Theyare large raton the railroad wharf endeavoring promises well for Racket Store

relatives and friends. They are sadly friends of the late Colonel Frank : to kill it, and as Mr. Smith has HOOS IN ,

missed by their friends here. Rust. They are boarding at the Bolo. made several successful runs for the

The people hereabouts have been Mr. Geo. Eldridge and son, A. El- office which he so ably fills, thought The cold J. A. ISIUOKSOIVT Proprietor '

' very busy the past few weeks grinding dridge,!! and nephew, H. D. Hedger of be could surely run down as small a in it these days.!! COOL'S, SHOES, HATS NOTIONS NOVELTIES, JEWEL-

!! sugarcane for syrup, digging! East Hampton, Long Island, arrived thing: as a rat, so when the rat jumped morning display, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC.

sweet potatoes and picking orange!! Friday. They are guests! of the Freeman from the wharf to the !"round-a! distance around the

i shipment.. house.F. of several feet-D. P. was right morning J. P. for the SINGER, the best Machine in the world. All kinds of

t. Albert Turner was making syrup all Danzenbaker of West Palm after it, but here the rat got the best who is in the Machines repaired and parts furnished.

last week and part of this. Other Beach arrived at the Freeman house of him as he made a miscalculation kill, brought in Harness
and cheapest HARNESS in the city. repaired promptly
s have made quantities of syrup. Saturday. He Is a gentleman who on the distance to the ground and They were A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION jgm
Berkshire
Among those who have already; helped survey Orange City. He re- when he jumped he sustained a very a pure

shipped! oranges! from this regionare / members a good many of the old set painful injury to his foot which has old, and averaged -

: O. J. Dillard of Lungren; Mr tiers and can tell quite a number of kept him on cruches. He is impr3ving each. Mr. v I

Moody, manager of the Howard /grove, funny happenings those early days. !! however, we are glad to report. of these for the LAW DEPARTMENT' : "

near Lungren; C. II. Curtis of Bluff Harry Spencer returned from Cas- These pigs

'r ton; Mr. Oiluin, from the Manhattan sadaga Monday and is helping his DAY TDN4. be done in

j grove, below Bluffton; Captain Lansing father pack oranges. Most everyone Item from the Gazette-Now treatment. They JOHN B. STESTON UNIVERSITY ,
fi of Bluffton P. M. Higgins of Vo- i of, fed swill and '.,
\ ; is rushing off their oranges now. The city charter of Daytona provides ,
, lusla, who has been shipping his large The card club met Tuesday evening.!! that drummers for wholesale birth, and at the DE LAND. FLORIDA.

,r crop since the latter part of October; There were six tables. We spent a houses who solicit orders from hotel a handsome ,[

, %.' J. P. Felt of Emporia; Seaman Iloog!! pleasant evening. Miss Maud Brew- or private individuals must pay a license ment. What JOHN F. FORBES, Ph.Yreshient.D. ALBERT J. FABBAH, LL. B., oj

ll !., _. land of Astor, and there are other ster and Major Kingsman won first tax of $2:>. The validity of the onstrating along lean. rf

; .:.:...., who will have fruit to ship if they honors. Mrs. John White and Joseph law having been questioned by several raising can be

have not already begun. Mr. Felt Clark the consolation.Mrs. traveling salesmen, :Mayor Smith The work roust Winter Term Commences Monday, January 4, 1904 -. .. ,

. and Mr. Higgins/ have the largest!! S. C. Fuller is suffering from wrote to the attorney general of the stock cared for I ./

I. :- crops of this part of the county. Mr. grip this week. Dr. MacDiarmid of state for his opinion as to whether or and the returns TWO TEARS' COURSE-The Law Department of John B. Stetson :: ,

: Higgins/ has sent about all his crop U DeLand is attending! her. not the city had power to collect the any industry you j University gives a Two Years' Course, leading to the De-' / ,3'

, New York. Mr. Felt Is not rushingI We regret to say Miss Helen St. is the qually profitable. I /rree of LL. B. !* tt-.. '
i off at but gradually. When John is suffering from sore eyes again.! license. Following Attorney DEGREE ADMITS TO THE BAThe Diploma of the Law
I once
They are very bad. General's reply: "Your favor of 18th ment of John B. Stetson University admits to the
;, ever there 'Is danger of a freeze be inst. has been received It seems FLORIDA PLEADING AND-PRACTICE Special! Course In
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fires the groves, and Is one of the most! PORT OIf NOE.Specl..1 that section 20 of chapter 4640, acts A MAN Pleading! and Practice under a prominent Depart.'l
t in Florida. Florida Bar will extend throughout the school
careful orange /growers year.
2 43 and 44 of
of and sections
1897 of his winning a
Correspondence THE LIBRARY-The Law Library of John B. Stetson 1
The friends of Mrs. Turner are gladto Port Orange! December9.-Mr. and chapter 6100 acts of 1903 /give to the being able only to I the best In Florida with possibly one exception.
see her up again after a month'ssickness city of Daytona to Impose a who is suffering
Mrs. E. power Information N.ardlnlftbe Law Department address, '
Carpenter and their daughter the fettered ---.Ir
during which she had to license tax, not exceeding fifty per n."SHl'iY'P ALBERT J. FAR RAH. LL. B D.... LAW Darr.< DaUtMo. Fuk. If
its allied of
Mrs. Hines, from Charlevoix organs For Information regarding otber department,address. ;
keep her bed most of the time. cent of the state license tax on all digestion and nutrition ; ,
!Mich.? are with us again, domiciledIn Riv. C._S. FARRI33. D AN. DcL.ND.P'U. .. Af4'TPUti
Rev. D. Spencer who lives! near persons or dealers, traveling from are diseased.
their pretty cottage on the banks
It is not a
Crescent City, preached at the school- of the Halifax. place to place selling!! !goods! wares with him of question winning nt
house November 22. or merchandise of all decriptions
Sunday morning, Mr. Rowe, the owner of the house in the race for business

t Work is going on as usual at Alco boat Shamrock III. accompanied by except articles manufactured in but of simply
Florida and sold to dealers only by keeping up under
____ near Bluflton, the headquarters of his mother and a Mr. Parker arrived any circumstances.
,, "rthe l5T. :.Tohfas Log and Tie Company.They last week. the producers or manufacturers Whenever disease Ja
thereof. These sections of course do
hands and affects the stomach
employ many pay Captain Fozzard launched the boat
not apply to non-resident who take it is affecting also ::
E good wages. he has been building!! this summer the blood and the V.
orders In another state to be delivered
Ice has formed here on three mornings and be U well pleased with the way health of every organ

+ / already this season, and there she sails. as ordered. of the body.
Leonard Gill, John Roberts and Mr. For blood is only .
have been several frosts. The ice Mrs and Mrs. Baker and their food converted into \
towards Mount Zion
Bruce went f -
was very thin, only visible about in charming daughters, Stella and Our. up nutrition and nutri- ;.'.
the first of last week hunting
on a
spots, but one or two frosts showed up nle, arrived Friday and are petting : tion ia the life of -ick .
trip, and returned Sunday eveningwell aud
r remarkably well for this time of year. settled in their cosy home corner of the body every 1724 ,
killed it.
supplied with game. They organ of
r. OBSERVER.GLEftWOOD Ridgewood :and Dunlawton avenues. Doctor Pierce's
one bear two deer and one turkey
4t -- Col. F. W. Roe arrived Friday from Golden Medical
during the five days they were out.
a' New York. Discovery cures cyq
,I.t Capt. :JC. H. Spencer, the veteran and other organs of c4 i
Mrs. Brown and their
Msand
Special\ Correspondence. son,
tion. It the
attorney of Voluula county has secured punfies hry
;; ;; Glenwood December 9.-Several Da vie, arrived lat week and have secured the perfect nutrition
a pension through Joseph [!.
t j from here attended the Conrad-Stack rooms with Mrs. Fox. yews perfect

.I' ; house wedding in DeLand Tuesday. Mr. Fair left for Boynton last weekto Hunter the Washington/ pension at For iiz long yearn I
lion and liver and :
torney. Capt. Spencer fought againstthe my .
Mr. Wriffht'a aged! winter boarders, : engage in tomato raising this win Dort doctorr in our O t
f Indians during their outbreaks in aeli. E.q.. of Wooliey, J
. Mr. and Mra. Farr arrived on Mon ter.C. 1851. "I suffered with my Mx r
California back in
-... day from Springfield/ Ills., and have M. Milburn arrived on the early time and after liking a
A home belonging; to Bredford Jonesof from three doctor I
taken their rooms for the winter. train Sunday morning and staid till do a day' work. :: : : : Gd s ,
DeLand, Indulged In a runaway In the side, and blind .J 114a p
Their friends here are all very gladto Tuesday morning. Dr.. Pierce' Golden I 1
Thursday afternoon The shafts of .' 1
Pleasant Pellet
.t 4'i see them able to come so far. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Metts, the buggy were broken, but no further the second bottle I $
Mr. Wright/ who has been confinedto on Tuesday morning a daughter. .i*more bottle.* and
damage was done. Frank Wilson a to ay I owe my life to
the house for some time, is improving
colored the horse Accept no
driving TBI-WEEKLY
man, was SAILINGSBETWEEN
!! and hopes soon to be as well while the boarding house is being re ical Discovery."

,i ;. a* usual. I paired. when the mishap occurred.. as good" for : '
blood and
Mra. and Miss Hall are expected Rev. West assisted by a minister lungs.

_1 ; from Illinois this week and will occupy From Orlando is conducting meetings LANE..!HELEN. looS The large Common pages, in : AND New York:. ,

4 :bliss Gannle's winter home. every day at 3:30: p. m. at the Glen- Special! Correspondence. free on receipt of ai Calling;at Charleston, 8. C.,both way _

Mrs. I. Waterman has been very wood church which is very interesting I Lake Helen Dec. 7-The ladles of pay Dr.JL expense: V. Pierce of r THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE ,aL. Ins

i sick for several days. Dr.' Munon and well attended. the Congregational church, held their CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
' AND
'h Is her physician. Several have northif SOUTHERN
shipped oranges annual sale aud supper Friday nightat You Know What Dlreot +1 '
Mr. Andrea has not been able to the crop was small. Hopkins Hall. Everything was when you take $ BOSTON Service Between a
ago PROVIDENCE
work this week after taking a hard Mrs. Ge
Lr a b;) cold. to build arouse on her !grove.! She Their suppers are always well patronized plainly printed on SEMI.WEEKLY SAILINGS. a
In.. that It Is :
; Mra. Morrie and three daughters expects her husband and two daughters and seventy-seven guests eat. at nine in a UnH' .From L.wl. Wh _,

At'' ,+, !f are stopping!! with friends In DeLand to spend Christmas with her. I the tables Friday night. no pay. 50c. .From foot of Cath.rin. Stre.l.y '
A ** Mr. Bredow keeps his hands at work
? Hc The McNeill brothers who began The Dally '
At'-rt'twF' ** I on the lettuce and celery farm I working on their turpentine plant NEWS one year for eL rDC ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE h

Ap" % Mrs. Van<"leef accompanied her I II over a month ago have sold it to Mr. a Between Jackson villa and San;

THE OLD RELIABLE sister Mrs. Ivee, as far as St. /..uguatlne : Huff of Live Oak They told at an LOCALtTT at P.Utk., Astor, St. Francis, B.r..ford (Deal' '

I on her way home. She will visit i advance of $25,000. landing on St. John River '

W-- other places before she reaches her Mr*. Carrie Thrall with her aunt, Trains on the ,
are scheduled to STEAMER "CITY OF
home In Denver, Col. JACKSON
Mm. Hawley and Miss Nichols, have rive at the DeLand :
Miss McCleod closes her school on arrived from Waterbury Cunn., and to i sail al follow: Leave Jacksonville5. f i

Jte, I eowi the 18th and will spend her vacationat are in Mr. Todd's cottage ,near the For the north No.40 : Thursday-, 3:30: p. m. Returning leave sinC1 ...J '

her home in Jasper, Fla. store. Mils Thrall is assisting Mr For tho south No.ft as Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30 ad e ,,. ,

D.- Three ladle from Lee county IlL, Pelton In the post office. Prom the south No. r

are spending the winter at Mrs Shoemaker's. Dr. :Babcock and wife are here From the north. No. ... Down SC9EDUli. i t
I' NIGHT of aD!
again for the winter.
Train No. Cl,from the y the
vV ,. Mlsa Keown has recovered from her The factories are running full time Land Junction at 1:16 8 aJ p. m. ........... ..... ...Jacksonville..
Pull a i attack chills fever the south, arriving- at 14 p. m. ..................::...a: Palate........" 0 via v'
of and be Allan
so as to and overtime at the starch factory, IIfl: a. m., are met by :: 800 a. m. '. .. .....Aatqr .., loll'_ ,
LS- able to attend school every day and are bringing to the town a very States mull'anti bring : 18o..m. ....::..:::.::...;:.... t. F.11 aliwty. ,
Agent
The far.on these .. Atlantic Co 1
.agbeduleg Mary Benton expect to supply the desirable dais of people. 10 8110.0o .m. :::.::: ;:::::::::: }

,, eiftaCliTta' ...sst.k folks with Xmas turkey. a THAT a. m.,D. STARK '4
1i the itate. ->a' .x I DRIVEN TO DESPERATION. Would quickly Passenger and T Trav. Pass. Agent. ,..

; ; +tV 1 4 142. T. Curnlck ol the New Eng- Living at an put of-the way place, Dr. King's New : CRAIG Jacks vl11e. 1'1

"'t lu the Hand of Ills friends. e'will'preach af the remote driven- from civilization, a in family of ii of sufferers have M. IRONMONGER.J..... rL 1i'1 Pall; .Aft Um1q"
t often to desperation case less merit for Sick
N Lantrx "*>4saMaWnext Sunday COOPER Frottht .. ...
Aren .. ,
'' New Smyrna 'Breeze Per kiss a* a blgam1'-' accident, resulting in Burns, Cuts, aches. They make Inf "' ) :jy-

"f Smith ba no greater claim to th,tax i In a niceiywwiuc gdi.l Wound, Ulcers; stc. LanU a supply build up your o n'i""' Cure, No Pay
ctor' cflice ban any other i man, ijtold him of It* duty to $I> klen' Arnica Sajvo. It's the money back if not O. KOCH: a.ooc.--- ___ .j
?
r.+ ix>ll the law* oxf l W. 4Allen's and
: not intei Mere llcflence against hahh the ? c, at A. Allen and Geo. O n.nl Mj
'sod bi. oandida0y'will : f 1 man, and of the injury be Jre gidL
FitrithcanyloU: r m 's.noP't" ; e two women and the little chP "
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