The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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Vol. xvii, No. 5 2. DeLand, Yolusia County, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1903. $1.00per Year

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andBusiness g'Busy Session g g Stetson University g
Men- City Council o g Brief News Notes o o DRUGS JEWELRYStationery


Council convened In month- Stetson team met last week Watches,

_; i.VIDA Z. BAERECKE,M.D., ((CITY I session Tuesday night. formally disbanded with Huyler's Candles, Clocks,

President McElroy election of captain for Kodak Supplies, Silverware,
Physician and Surgeon.New Councllmen Flab! Pow e i next season. Harry Duncan, Florida Souvenirs, Optical Goods,

York Ave., DeLand, Fla. Otflue Hours: Woodall and Bushnell. who has played a star fame at tackleall Toilet Requisites Fountain Pens,
_ 10 A.m to U u.; a lu 4 and 7 to tf P. M. Dr. Mellette'a Remedies. Etc., Etc.
Bile were approved and warrants season, was given the honor by

drawn In thereof follows:: unanimous vote. Great enthusiasmwas
A. DA V 18. M. D., payment as e ,,,.
oooOJ GBO. i Alfred Howard .. .. . .. 8 4.50 shown and the prospects are that ; 1 Ylta'ngn

\+,0 T on.' -;., r.''..'Bti and burgeon, Berry & Kent. . .. .. . 4.75Johu the whole team will be here next fall. I 1 W. A. ALLEN & CO

t Z Office Uuura: 8 A. M.to ID M.; 1 to ft and 7 to Cranor. .. .. . . 1.00Wm. ,lati!LJF
1' Bpecwtrltaotlon to mldwUey and surgery Best. . ... .. .. . . 63.70 A meeting of the Oratorical Association -

''II' !, '.. JtU1I anuwurtidatauy, tiiuiaau Avenue noui., weal omoelnruii"ideuce of ourtI Watts &"*Mlller. .. . .. .. 00.2S was held Friday nightat/ which Druggists and Jewelers.

::1 j HOUHM. ___ ________ DeLand Supplement. . . 1.8t it was decided to give only one prizein <<

;;", G. A. Dreka & Co .. .. . 84.86 the oratorical contest and to send NEXT TO POST OFFICE. I ,
" "" M JOHN Scott Hodgkins .. . .. . 49.\W) : a delegate to the state oratorical contest "

I; 'J. .. Physician and Surgeon. Grant Ely.. .. .. .. .. .. .. J25.WC. la Jacksonville. t r' Ol-O+OdOO'O.O.O.o.o.o.o.ORO O.O O.flitES .

.M.J;"- A O..oerall'raotitlooor. not a Bpuolallat. M. Kurtz. .. .. .. .... . 4.5t{; wf Pure

Office over Finder's Drug store. Hours i 9 to William Arnold .. .. . .51 broke in Hall :
e / Fire out Seminary at +P1EfYfKVr"J<::Sb'SESEtk1N !4''J: !''s'SSViTJJSZ; I !I vL"Y'F' '.t'iUl.! +1aEtElElE! llftYSlfiEif43Yfh'4Oak
vP,_ ja;; 1 to*lOud 7 to S.B. Payroll city officers.. ... .. 215.01 Ian: Florida Seminary a few days ago. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEa f

8.,"". -A A. MONSON.M.Homeopathic. D. L. Wicham .. .. .. . 1.01 out fortunately was extinguished before | Brand Lemon Kling' Pushes1f

f : Electric Light Co. ... .. . 104.1, much damage was done. l

*.: Physician. Robert Shields.. .. .. . .. l.Ot\ team from Chaadoin Hall and one Apricots

Y Office aeooud door south ol. Ftsher'edrug storeL Exams are approaching many composed of young ladles living: in Green Plums
and 1 to '
U to Gage
Ufflue Hour lutoia A. M.;
Total amount of bills .. .$722.0 .
ay. M.JJE. with specials staring them in the face the city. It was reported that three

A communication was read from will remember "that It is better to gentlemen would be wanted to act as Cherries

W.8. TAYLOR Mr. Rowe, of the DeLand Telephone have gone and flunked than not to officials and the managers of the

Exchange asking/ that the time for have gone at all." teams have been overwhelmed with Oro Brand Cherries
Surgeon- completing telephone exchangebe applications: : for these positions.

r e Office over Fluher'a Drug Store PeLand Fla extended to January 9th. The request Now the football season I is over Pears

was granted.The Bryan, thr, F: P. S. quarterback has Indoor baseball out of doors is the Peaches
, TAMES E. ALEXANDER marahal was Instructed lo r,<>t-: been called ]home by his people. Very favorite just now.

fy property owners on the west. aide of funny. -

.: .. Attoruey-at-liaw. the Boulevard north of Wisconsin A new kind of deed has been origin | Alexander's Fine Honey trades Put u gy tee poputolrr! r Frenk our J.Alexander .
Will'Practice In State and fedurul Courta.I When Kennedy got hurt the F. F.I.::: ot Ber.llrord.All .
I : sidewalks
Umues. .: Kouiua 1 cud tt, Bruce Block, DK- avenue to repair ated by the junior law class namely
... team disbanded. It's too funny about
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t once. "stand to be sized." these be found the of
at store
good things can
'r .\ these one-man teams.
I The Street Committee was et pow. -

% BERT FISH ered to repair sidewalks on the Boulevard Next Tuesday is the shortest day in I

\ ?p'; Attorney-at-Law between Rich and Indiana avenue The first game of baseball this sea the year but it will not seem so to RYLAND & SPARKMANCAtTM1A i
and on East Rich avenue and to son wall played on Friday by teams those taking the examinations.
i Fraotlulnir In all State and raJeral Court of picked from Stetson and the town. !
+ Civil or Uimlual DuameM given uurefulattention. assess costs same against abutting & +isAbil3Cb: ; ffi.r.' ;tff&j$8&irifYft3ifiRi3JRfititSbq'.i;: ; \ ; it4ldcliiAilYRiRIStiSRijYiKAiiIR3t1; ; JIm
,\ 11a property owners. Only five inning were played and the .
nY The S. -
committee of -
IH Speoml lauiilllca for iuveillgullUK and Furluvlluii The marshal reported the collectionof score resulted In a tie, 2 to 2. Taylor, composed
lima tltI.... Messrs.. Colton Beardsley Staley
," $72.50-$55.60 from sanitary fees McCarty and Kurtz were the batteryfor
Pounds and Oates met Wednesday
: W. PERKINS and $17 from fines. the town; Sears, Wilder and
! evening to award the football S A
.('s JAMES
',yf \ The engineer reported that he had Founds for the University resolution was passed to the effect (r..I ) TOO UTE
" Attorney-at Law -
\ 'I. turned off water at four points; turned
that for a substitute to be eligible to
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T. W_, at 3 wood consumed 17+ An exciting game of football was r r ... r.?' '1-.t, :
Solicitor Ci'luiloal Court or Ift-oUl'd. Will prao-. on points; tbe awarj of an S. he must have a'. ; II' "i' IU To think of Insurance whenthe
,,:, tive In all courts witulu the Si a to ol. Florida. cords; wood on hand in yards 78 cord played on Saturday by teams rf'pn'sentlng .tr.. ,,; If ''' j-i'"'
Ottluti over VuluHla Vouuty; Bunk. played through at least one half of an .. I, 'l.'JI: ....-. -.. house la In flames. The
The clerk the collectionof the second and third floors of I'" r.
: reported
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Intercollegiate game. Tbe following [ (: II :: : :, :. time to consider It U all the ,
H. HAYWAHD i58. 7 in water rents during the Stetson Hall for a banner, which at : ... : :
.. E men i 1'1 school are entitled to wear :_ 1( I'i-;' : ; time to that.
,, ,: :: previous
,,,, month. present is held by the third floor. The I : I
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;f Estate and Insurance O lce. the football, S.: Pounds, Clow, Cox : .', I i '\ ".: And help to '
i: l City Beal The treasurer reported the following game wall a tie, neither side being/ ." ... I .'. .,. we can you
.', T&xeenPeuld. aud Rents Collected for Non- able Campbell. Staley Lenfesty King, ( J 41' /' ,.:. ,; reach decision' : as to the r,
,,,>, {J j; cash balances on hand: to score. Duncan, F. Bolts L. Botts, Broadwell -. ( I l:.: '::::: amount ofT
-"" 'fil? CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.; General revenue fund..i 55.14 From .. .
last \ :
Wright. years' '
: team /i.\
.---h- 'n Agency for the Leading Amurlcan. Fire In- Fire and Water fund . .. 138.87 Dr. Farris led Vesper Services on ; .;
Oates and
Coinpropst. The followingmen .,. ,
I SUl'.a.NCB
eurs t.ompeoY-TH: / TNA.L F: : :, :
Sunday. : :
Bond interest fund.. . 64431 ::
HUB Boulevard, UKJ.ANP: FLA. were !given the: S. reward: Merry. .. :' ,.;',:'.\,: .:".,:
---- Messrs Winaor and Langford day Wilder Tlngley, F. Pounds. Den l" ., -: ': ?r: to be placed and the best

\.J. ,:, ,1 rOLU8IA COUNTY.AUII'l'RACT COMPANY.J Total cash on hand. .. .$1,138.32 Saturday at DeLeon Springs hunting spent nis, Hooker Kelley Same Camp . Councilman Fish reported that the SheldonVarren..
Gaulden Chaffer
\ ',: S. B. WILSON. BERT Fiba Actuary. agents of the Electric Light Company ducks. SILAS B. W1UG1IT, DeLaiul, Flft.O.O.O. .

I Manager. had agreed to place a light In frontof w. .
.,.::*t. p;t Abstracts furnished and title perfected.Next / Tbe caps and gowns. for the senlOTcolJeee The Stetson Third team and the
the St. Barnabas church
to Voiuiia County Uttuk, Episcopal D
'f class have been ordered and '
: DoLand f la.B. and charge for the same at the present public school played an exciting gameof
will be seen around the campus next
:; rate charged for other lights, $60 football Wednesday afternoon the . .. .. .
.; A HUTCHINSON per year. The Street Committee was term. score being 3to& 0 In favor of the a o o o o o o o O p. o.ow.o- o- o o aao-o-o+o

Notary Public. authorized to have a light placed at Third team. Considering/ the size and
11/1. this point. From the letters of inquiry being lack of training/ of tbe players tbe Makes Him
Dealor in Heal Estate. crowd of Chicago
received a large .
: The Fire and Water Committee was I game was a good one. This is just
nttanded students will be in attendance next the kind of training that will make
T xe. paid and assessment to foi authorized to order two-Inch water o
I .' 7. aou-resldentn.. UeLaud, Via.E. term. football stars in a few
from Rich years.
( pipe to run avenue along LOOK NEW.Have
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$ Amelia avenue to Michigan avenue. On account of the examinations no I 41Q
The registration ls now 268-only
I T. ALLEN M.D., The following motion wall passed issue of the Collegiate will appear
60 short of the same time last year.
unanimously: tomorrow. Horse and all
Eye and Ear Surgeon. Tbe chief of the Fire Department is THAT THROBBING HEADACHE your

permitted to use one hose cart and The senior law class will wear caps
Would quickly leave if used the superfluous hair taken off. It
'V DuLandMoudryeoverFisher's.TampaTuC5leys.tat oOO feet of old hose for use at a shed and gowns during the spring- term. you
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousandsof
Nat Bank Uldg.Ouula
In rear: of Stetson Hall, to be mannedby sufferers have their matchless -
-.Frtiluy*. Munttrxuma1I03IE proved will improve his looks 90 per centBERRY&KENT
-- volunteers from the student body An exciting/ game of basketball Is merit for Sick and Nervous Head
selected by him. The hone cart and to be played this afternoon between aches. They make pure blood and

WINTER the men to be under His supervision build up your health. Only as cents, T.
\t'E money back if not cured Sold by W.

-NOW OPENlD3forth or such officer as he may direct, and A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher drug ,
I ;--; that the student volunteers use only gists. NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.
DeLaud Fla. .
> Uoalenxrd ,
V WE CURE of Stetson
the hydrants on the campus -
Comfort.ole roomaDealiablv Holiday Kates-A. C. L. o.o..oeOeO.O.Oeo o o.o o a""o.O-.o.ao-.o-ow o o oaw
Aqulethomulikeplaoe. and shall not be
University, permitted
.l;: l Lnoution. Quod Table.. TranaltntHlitea. '
.' .'4perd )'. Bpecir 1 F.mlly and 8ea.ou MORPHINE to respond to any alarm where The Atlantic Coast Line announces
/,\ Ratea. 'J.E. CORN Prop. the use of other hydrants will be necessary a rate of one and one-third fares plus
I HABITWe ; the hose and the cart to be 25 cents for the round trip for Christ POND LUMR COMPANY

TITBNER HOUSE, subject to the use of the Fire Depart. mas holidays. Tickets will be sold ,

I -01'.. ALL THE VBAR: ment at any time. December 23-25 inclusive, December

J Corner Mew.Tork and Florida Avenues, Tbe proposition of the Electric 30 and 31, January 1, with return limit -t-I QsJC! Ei9esOESl-) ) v-I
DeL od, Florida. Have 'DIscovered aMarvelous Light Company to place anelectric January 4, 1904. Teachers and students -

.Is- healthy and homelike. of schools and colleges will be
Location York
: New opposite
light on avenue
for Before purchasing Lumber call at our Yards at the Depot DeLand .
-_ .., >. 'L :. D.. M
'NETT HOUSE Drug and Pine street for the month of limit January 8, 1904 upon presentation -

k t TVeGlveltToTou January February, March and April of certificates signed by superintendents Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling
M. BISWBTT A '*. All '
B. D. at tbe rate of 85 per month each was principals or presidents.

rk avenue, DeLand,.,..orlda. Free. accepted. information cheerfully furnished.

__L t7 per day i $6 to *t per week Notice was given of an ordinance .. Mouldings, Turning,
What You Are Taking
Too Know
ii for famlllea or for season.rQ providing for the laylneof a pave.
when you take Grove's TastelessChill i

E iAVEN ... We have found a marvelous remedy New went York on California and Howry avenue avenues.between plainly Tonic printed because on every the bottle formula show.la Brick and Everything in the Lumber Line. Orders delivered promptly i 1DeLa.nd

, r I r | Contractor for restoring- to perfect health, men The council agreed to take 200 copies [UK that it is simply Iron and Qui
Tank and women au1l'erlngfrom- the awful of the DeLand booklet from C. O. nine in a tasteless form. No Cure.

y 1' K motors Maoblnery.Wlndmilla. curse of dn-.jf: habit. It matters not Codrlngton the books to be tent toW. no pay. COc. ti

.r ,lit etc how lone you have had it. how or O. Craig, of the Atlantic Coast Line T.
In lorlda. when you,-'ot. It. This U no ordinary who has agreed to distribute them LOCAL TABLE. .

y druj>*'fi" ? thod of treatment; We free of charge for the city. Trains on the-Atlantic Coast Line ; 1.

MITI34F arrivitantlT. curlii the worst cases The clerk was Instructed to procurea are scheduled to leave from and arrive Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.

of drug habit known and give an unqualified dark lantern for the use of the night at the DeLand station aa follows: "

41 guarantee to cure: any case watchman.The LEAVE: ...
Far the north.Wo.40.12-30 p.m ..
e OF undertaken by us or refund your chairman of the Fire and Wa For Ut.south No. 4:AO p.m J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manor'Manul44turer -

money. We urge every person suffering Committee was authorized to make I ARRIVE '"
from this terrible disease to writeus arrangements to heat the room of the Prom the south,No.40 ., 1:00: p.m m
Iringnd From the north.; No. 11:60: p.1O : -- r
dlJ and: we will send free a bottle of fireman of the water plant. -j ., WIOHT XRADO. ; p'

our marvelous remedy.' We urllepbY8lcla Request .of F. E. Bond for shell fg 1 Sr'B'.aNo.: .H.from the north avrlrtnir at D.-
,1 1jitul Junction at 1.1ft: a.ra..and No.8* from 3DressedYi ,R-
a' having refractory cases repair; paving In front of the *V&<', .ha south arriving kt DeLand Junction at 1
and all who want to be cured of Ails fountain on West New York avefr-: 1.89: a.m., art met br backs' OBrrjnn Unite
Btate mail and bring Mwenoen to DsLnnd.Th ....
awful'curse to write us today. All was granted' jjfct .tare on these hacks.la 60 cent (' r
Vfrretpondence,,confidential. plain Mr. Bond aao offered to putse\ ..de -
1hjttfE: A COLD IK OK* DAY
velopu. Addreu, oil on the street in front of his property _. ;.0.
JlANfiATTAN TBXBAPKTTTia: ASS'N., ', M,an experiment If the clt/' *:"LaM'sA.BrQlno
lets.. All *
r y i .. a'tiB..1.135 :.Br/5Utw.<< .,lf.w,York would pav..tn ., trjKtlo.er*fromeuf b 1 If It falls

..b.f' 1. to curb. ai UturJ-
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tv tion. Chicago offered $75,000 an The DeLAND WEEKLY NEWS S
a free hall as a bonus for the meet- 4444
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-BY- It now appears that "Willian / \ : j

THE :HEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY Homer Leavitt, the husband of Ruth,
ti (Incorporated.) [
Mr. Bryan's daughter, in a Kepub- Most Popular
OHBIS. O. CODRIJTCITON.Butinesa )lican of the bitterest type-a goo i

MI Manager and Editor bug. an expansionist, and a proteo de '
N Subscription Rate. tionist. Leavitt announces that h<

Fk' One Tear............................ ........$100 will settle in Humansville Mo
!t'' MxmonttuWhen .... ,............ .., ............... no anc
) paid In advanoe. When not paid in will be a candidate for the Republic DEL AND
advance add llSO per o..nt.
nomination for Congress in 1904.
td Catered in the DOW itofhca at DeLand. Florid
f, u Mcoad CUM matter. Mr. Bryan's visit to Europe i ii B BALLOTS

r Advcrtlalnif rate fnrnuhed on application now fully explained. ALL
r ((4444)) must be
Address all Communications, and mate
eheek or money order payable to tbe company Wonder if any;: of these candidates Thursday noon,
,at DeLand. Fla. vote will not be counted.
for Congress ever took into consideration

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1903. the fact they will have tread I stituted every second issthe.r .. I

I OUR MEW DEPI/RT/NERT./ : election the president's messages I VOTE FOR I :; ; : ; J

r When the writter went to the De- ..

Land public school, some twenty PIPE TWST/ HE8UKED. Miss................. ... .. ........ ..... ......................,....... i ))

w years ago, the school was held in The United States Circuit Court as the most Popular

the present Fire Department Head- of appeals has decided that the city DeLand Public School.

,w ; quarters-which is the oldest building of Atlanta has the right to recover .'

..' standing in DeLand today. triple damages from (he Chatta-
BALLOTS will be
P', liiere was one teacher and abcut 4l(> nooga Pipe and Foundry Works and THE of the contest will

"'NR pupils, in classes ranging from Primer the South Pittuburg Pipe Company, prominent mornln DeLandites. The final who f -

to the lad who thought he was because of excessive prices chargedfor contest. The contest will close at /

studying Latin. water pipe through a combina-
' a The teacher, most of the time tion of bidders known a>i a "pool." ,
and} the final result will be !'
i could not have obtained a third- It appears from the published dispatches The contest Is open to any young I

,. grade certificate under the present that the city of Atlanta or High Besides School.these ballots published

law. One of our teachers was an advertised for bids for water pipe; for 20 votes will be given with I

i chewer. He chewedin that formed the crlption received before noon on
habitual tobacco a pool was among
NEWS Is $1.00
per year.
echool. When the weather was retailers of pipe; that a certain The young lady receiving the i.

warm, he used to expectorate company received the contract at a handsome little Watch, now on
window on the Boulevard.
through the door at his rear. When an exhorbitant price and divided !
1014 H>K>K> >K>H>KM<>J-O-K>K> i
the weather was cold, and the door the net receips among the several

rt was closed, he spat in the same di- companies.The well to do farmers. They are of '

rection changing the color of the prosecution was brought the thrifty class, and it will not take g ) g '- -

door from white (it had been paint under the Sherman anti-trust law, them long to become familiar with I ;
local conditions. They intend to 8
i of Hr. and chows that
: ed through the generosity simply justice can
truck from the start, but it is
. DeLand) to a dark brown. be obtained when it is possible to also their intention to make citrus

We had no janitor-would have curry;: a case before court officials groves and pineapple plantations. :! ;

1' scouted the idea of being waited on who are not influenced by ulterior TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

in this manner. The boys took : motives.
The Peninsular and Occidental
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) turns at sweeping out, toting water This is by no means the only case Steamship Company announces the !

and cutting wood for the one big of the kind that needs correcting; following very low excursion rates

stove. and, and now that the entering from Tampa and Miami to Key West :

7 But all these things are now wedge Las been driven it ia to be and Havana during the holidays: I
Port Tampa to Key: West $12:30: '
school is held that other attacks trusts I
changed. The public hoped on
first-class, and 5.00 second-class, and
in a fine building, with seven or will be made. to Havana, $24.80 first-class and

f eight teachers; it is heated by a $12.50 second-class, tickets to be
POLITICAL SNAP-SHOTS. sold for Dec 20 22 24 and .. ....
furnace and there is a janitor to !:!! :
I 27 to leave Havana late
good as as
sweep out, to pick up paper, to fire What Was it, Jim. January 5. :

up, etc. There are tennis courts, Lake City Index: They say The rate from Miami to Havana !: ,
clay ball grounds, and other frills since Jim Alexander's experience in is $20.40 first-class and $12.00 "
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Alacbua, he has quit holding babies.It -
1 and furbelows.It second class, tickets to be sold for
is a contrast to the school of takes an old campaigner to tell i direct sailings of December 20, 24 I '
when to let loose of red-hot iron. and 27, and good to leave Havana'as
1880. If Jim gets married, he may profitby late as January 4.

In this week's NEWS will be found his mishap. From Miami to Key\: West and return

two columns devoted to the public the rate will be $7.90 first class ( :

;' ;,- chaol--a department of, for and by Too Much Murder. and $4 50 second.class tickets to I I ) .

\} "' .", the pupils. If the pupils appreciatetheir Arcadia News: There is entirelytoo be sold December 22, 24 and 26, / ( )
r much murder in Florida. It ia i good returning until January 6 of today, they will ,
advantages high time the courts were inflicting Passengei from Miami for Havana

keep up this department, placed tbe punishment prescribed by the desiring to go via Key West, can do I j' ...

r gratuitously at their disposal; if not, dtatutes. Four murders in the state so, one or both ways, at their option.

they should be taken back to the in one week is too many. That in To Nassau and return the rate ,

school of 1880 and made to hew the record made last week.Rockefeller's will be $16 15 first-class and $13 65 !: .L.l a r i
second-class} from Miami for sailings)
wood and tote water.
of December 24 and 27, good to
The department this week reflects Kellgioii. leave Nassau not later than Jan. 4. :

credit on the new generation. It Gainesville Sun: The price of e e
kerosene has been advanced two : :
shows that they are ahead of the ,
cents and Rockefeller's share of the Cypress! Camp, So lit, W. of W.
boys and girls of the same age 23 profits on the advance alone is estimated The following, officer were elected

r ;years: ago-but we'll bet them any. at over ten millions. The Monday night: ,

thing they want to wager that poor man pays it. All the universities Thomas. N. Page/ -Con. Com.

they have no more fun with their and Sunday schools foundedby J. U. Gentry-Adv. Lieut. :

tennis courts football and baseball that man can't'save him from J. A. Erlck on-Banker.
; J.he blue flames of the kerosene of Thomas II. Webb-Clerk.
teams, than we had with "cat" ball .
I wrath stored up for him in his apartments M. H. Taratus-Escort. !
and shinny in 1880. in the next world. This F. H. Frahm-Watchman. '

opinion is personal not official. Hays II Fanning-Seutry. ; !

informed -
And Mr. Roosevelt has been ; : '
Alachna People Amused. ( ) I
;: that Florida will send a solid )St. Johns! Chapter, No 4, R. A.'M. I
Pensacola Journal If Alachua
Roosevelt delegation to the Republican : fond Officers. were elected Tuesday night ,
county people are not of politics
as follows:
Convention. But how many I they have been very much im I
Dr. John MacDiarmid P.
Roosevelt votes will be sent from posed upon in this campaign, as so S. IIodlklna-Kln"( <

t Florida to the electoral college? far they have had more than their Dr. A. S. Munson-ScrIbe. .
share of that commodity. There is
J. II. Hlbbard-'rreasurer.
a very strong suspicion, however, Thoma, \Vebb-Secretary.. '
that they rather enjoy the spicy .
A movement is said to be on foot flavor of the present season of bun-
Trail, Trail, Trail. :: ,
and balderdash
come rag-chewing
on the coast to divide Volusia county I
and The greatest of all card for
rib-roasting, as they always frames \
interior and one coast
making one give the candidates a royal welcome. Socials, Clubs and Homes. SIx other : :
o'>l1nt1'. This would necessitate two new and fascinating: /games played f r'

F ; eta of county officials and wouldbeaedtthe 000000000000000000000000000 with same set of cards.
office holders of the o o 0'' Amusement, science and educationa r.t :
( '
y,; ':' \.new county and no one else. State News combination of seven strong/
r O O /games for the price of one. :
It would increase the
-, necessarily- 00000000000000000000000000Five Price, OOcj; gilt edge/ 75c. Sent by .
a taxes.on ,all property, would "make return mall on receipt of price. / .
carloads of lettuce
two small third-class counties instead were Address, Columbian Book Co., ;
shipped from Sanford last week. .
i. of one prosperous;progressive, Atlanta, Ga. l

s'' leading county.No The East Coast shipped 1,200 ,kick
our of pineapples the past season.
definite action could possiblybe A man who w-- such
weather as we are now having, should ( Jdl
be taken until tbe next session of
y be sent to Columbia. ;
:the Legislature, before which timeOlJlt1' Irwin & O'Brien, big I lumber ,.(
officers 'will be elected and dealers of Minnesota, have purchased -S.

rry' *..."\......atlDle will be pursuing their 54,000 acres of timber.land in Beware of Ointment for Catarrh. That r
Taylor;: county; the considerationwas Contain Mercury,
the d ill bate little
;. .In I1ABe4o 9378,000. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
M Into smell and completely dontntro the whole system I
New 'Smyrna 'Breelif7! Recently a land company of St. when entering' it through: the rauoouisurfaces.
Claim to the fat: { Such artlolos should never be ua d

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. < .r.V. >. Public School' Corner. Adtlreii A WORTHY to the OBJECT.An Poople .H Charles..urth.

land in Behalf of the

lie School Dlbfary.Te I Prutt.
Conducted by the Pupils.. : : ', ..
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th. ftoiilc of DeLand
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It U the aim of the .
Public School
EUGENE MoELROY, 9th Grade. . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief ment !Society to citablisli a library ', ; :' .
ASSISTANT EDITORS. De Lend Public School. Would you ( .
help establish this library? Do .

LOUISE LTNDQUIST . 8th Grade EDWIN FOOSER . . .7th Grade that by lending a hand by I Jidvr: S.
RAYMOND DREKA . . .6th Grade FELIX MCELROY..5th Grade single book you may influence for
the life of and ?
many a boy girl And Kindred
ELIZABETH COEN..4th Grade ANNA TURNER . . 3rd Grace know that it every person who Hila
1 LENA LOFQUIST . . . . 2nd Grade questions in the affirmative would "Tan
to this cause, we should have to .
/ .everal hundred\ books And do H. Bur- The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has beenIn
p Unsigned article* should be credited to the EdHor-in-rhlof. The nrtlclue under the different -' that if you do answer thene question
>...., Grades are Urnlehed by Aaalntttiit Editor elected from the Or'l'
.,.. your memory the children of ) : Haw, and has been made under his per-
be the loiters And that Mill be the
Athletics In Oar School. rooms on the south side are not sufficiently for your failure in act out a good History, l/---- sonnl supervision since its infancy.

The Public School Improvement # Allow to deceive in this. .
no one .
heated you
Last Mr. even
year Lockey, our principal yet. would like to see every parent and .
who-la himself Interested in athletics But on the whole! the house is a lic-spirited citizen and every, child ) All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-Rood are but
Land and every friend of De Land ; .., by Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ofInfants
the of great deal better than before You
encouraged sport our heated caune. may help by contributing :'
school. He not only made In chapel the new furnace was in operation. or books books. If you will contribute one .lcy. and Children-Experience against Experiment.What .
use the printed h.t below to J Geo.
p." many Interesting and encouraging BESSIE: COULTKR.: in ectrcling( suitable one,. The list

talks to the boy and girls on athletics EIGHTH GRADE. tee prepared appointed with by considerable the Society acre does by not a Roos is CASTORIA

;r but he devised plans for raising meniiH. contain oil the book. suitable
Last month the general for ren. Accordingly if you have in mind .. .
3s ft' money to have clay put o>3 thc-'base10000 the 8th average which does not appear in the list : by Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
& ,",.u *' __04 make grade in all the studies was: you know to be suitable for a
;" {.. 0 ... and to. +> tke two Girls, 84! per cent; boys, 85 cent. library, by all means let u. have it. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
tennis courts on thVsouth side of the per asmuch 'ns the binding and the gcnerni contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
There are 2 boys and 0 girls in the once of books; have nn influence: in :
,,.. rounds. ( : I.ollls. tuibstance. Its in its It Worms
'Iv ({ 8th lion of n child' character it Is age guarantee. destroys
grade now but both the
'Ii Last spring we organized a baseball boyd the books which you may contribute Out, b) and allays rVverlsuuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind !
be out of school after this month. If well bound and printed irr" clea rtypc
q, team. We at first had practice games education good pop' Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipationand :
'r counts for who is
t with the University. Then we had anything, Any book which van may ) ; Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
getting the better for life may end if YOU will to the Public
equipment ,
'Y >>,,t. : three games with Daytona, as we had or I.owith Mr!. G. .\. Drekn the r Won- Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep.
As Boys, don't leave school too soon. of the Public School .
. \irk"2-',. challenged them at the opening of improvement' Scott The Children's l.anacea.-Tho Mother's Friend.
.-\ If you wish to challenge the "big- or with the Secretary :Mrs J E.
:: the We all three
ire season. won games.
; gest( and best looking" grade in REFERENCE: BOOKS
.:. At the close of school last year we scho9l Pratt. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS s-q;
for a championship game of tennis, :M. L
Dictionary-CenturyVebster, or
:. had a tennis tournament for the boys
:f Jt'fiit.. and one for the girls. There were just remember the Eighth ia always DictionaryLorin.EncyclopediaChamber! latest Cram: Bears the Signature of* _
ready. Young Folk Cyclopedia. of
.ir r were about ten boys who entered the Things.Young.
When nine big 8th grade girls .
for the and about try Folks' Cyclopedia of '
\ tournament boys,
:i. to chaperone two little 8th grade !Places. and Air
: ( the same number of girls entered thegirls'
( boys, it is like two old hens with only Charles
'Ji..1.:\ .. tournament. Tom Hays won PAPERS AND .
-. one little chicken.

,pj;' .. : the championship of the boys and Eleven "rattlers with a button" I ie St. Nicholas.YonthV '! Tale.. # ..

.It Edith Bond won the championship of Companion. : of New

:5;' :.';'Vfl If:::(( .! the This girls year we have played football a the The 8th total grade enrollment and don't you of forget pupils it in! Success.Saturday Outlook. Evening Pont 1 for the The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn

\ I \ the 8th grade is 9 girls and 2 boys. No
little and tennis deal but PRIMARY GRADES.
a good we
: Larcom.

f)I&, not had any match'games; so far. last new month.pupils have been enrolled the Arsop'it Fables fur Supplemental C.'ot.. Use For Over 30 Years. .

I&'If.have We expect, however, to have a few bv M.ira L. Pratt ..... OKN..AUII OOM'ANII. rT MU''AII eTstl.. New 110" on. I
I Mary Sommers has been neither Adventures of a llrownie, by Miss :' )
; of baseball with : in on
'i..1 : !it games Alice's Adventures Wonderland
: \ tardy nor absent the last month. in Olu
y.., L. the spring and a tennis: tournament is Carroll.
,. School let out at noon on Monday so Alice's Adventures Through a !;
: af the close of school. Glut, by Lewis Carroll.All 1
that Alcutt.
the could
pupils go to the circus. the Year Round, by Francis l.. ; .. .... ... ._- .. ,
Last year at this time there had No examinations this weekl! Hurrah American Authors for Younv J
Keniluorth hy Sir Walter Scott. c.liakesporcnn,,,
I been enrolled in the school 232 pupils. That gives us a good taste in Amuntla American it Harris.History Stories, by :' <<: : :b. lottvl.llci Kidnapped by Stevenson.Life Short' History Quotntions.of the KnolUh. People, by

The enrollment shows a considerable our mouths to begin the holidays with. Pra tt.Anderun'. ) of Columbus, by Alumni r 1,\'Inlol. J. K, Green.
Fairy Tales, by H. C. ., Last Hoys of Pompe'i'! oy Sir. Ed\\ard lieu !SelMKIp Series, by Samvel Smiles
I'' growth this year, for instead of 232 Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard :' ; and. nor Lytton. Silas Marnvr, by Gcrrqe Kliot.: I
we have 252-an increase of just 20. SEVENTH GRADE. and Elisabeth Kirbv. Lays of Ancient Rome by :'tacanlfty. Soldiers Three, by Kiuhno.[ '
The \Itird's Christmas Carol by Kate I.es Murrables: by Ictor lIu o. Speeches of ifunielcbster., selected bvB
At this rate of increase, within a few number of pupils enrolled In WigK" \harriet Life of Robert E: Lee by Cookc. F Teft.Siailand .

It will be to enlarge this grade Is :26! there being: 10 boys ChilJ-Life In Poetry and Pros ; Lilleolnh"h"m., Lila of, by Isaac :N: by Sir Robert S Bit! ..4.Storv .'
years necessary Whittier. Kditor. Arnold.! uf Our Continent, bv :N !S' Shaler .
a the school building. At some future and 16 girls. During the month we (hild'<* Garden; of Verge Stevenson. M. Tif Locust.;, 011.1'Ild Honey by John Bur Taine's History of English! Literature by -1 .'
k Cyr's Readers, hy Helen Cvr. roughs.LoiiuMlon's. II A. Tnioe '
( have enrolled 2 students in
new the .
f time we shall try to tell from what Each nn,111.. hy Jane Andrew. \ }Vocms by Henry Wadswortl Title of Two Cities, by Charles 11lck..... it,
', source this increase comes. class- Rhodes Herndon of Georgetown harsh and Sky bv I. II. Stickney. ; : <\I urr> L.mifcllow.l.orna' Talisman. 1 he by SirV.Iter Scott.
and Fable,* and Folk Stories, phrased :: Douglas \ Doone, by R. 1>. IHaikmoie.Lowell's 1"'lIn.n', /Poems by Alfred Tenny.on. -,
Ky. Annie Strickland
of '
Scudder. 1'oeins, by James UII'."" I.owill\ Treasure Island bv '"ven."n. j I
Public School Improvement Society. this place. Fairy Stories and Fables, by ] ., b> ..iacaul.i) '. Essay, by Lord T. 11 Macau- Three Musketer i by Dumas. ..I
win. lav. Tom Brown nt Oxford 1. bv Tn... Hughes
m ; 'vi'a There are probably persona In De- The following received marks of Fairy Hooks Edlctd by Lang. writes'I Broun. Masterpieces' of American Literature. Two, Great Retreats Edited by D. H. :Mont r/k 7s

Land who do not understand the particulars absence last month: Mabel\. Dade, Favorite Authors for Little Folks, : :Masterpieces of British Liifrituro.Meirhant gnintry. a:
of \Villi.ini Fair, bv .
F. A. Humphreys. Venice by :Shsl.e Vanity: "r a -J
k of this society and its motives, Katharine Sommera, George Bradley, Fifty Famous Stories Retold, by : nenre.Muldle. Views Afoot, bv Bayarn ''\Vlo Jjalden

and who should be informed that It Is Francis Miller, Leroy Snyder and llnldwin.nrst " Year Nature Reader by career of Napoleon. by .r. DIibh. ,
.!'r.,, for the purpose of Improving the public Carl Walker.The Ileebe and Nellie F. Kmgsley. ; .. Woke Robin bv l..lm Burroughs. i i'asnington
w t live I Little Peppers and how I Milton's /Poem. hy John :Milton. \\ and His Country, by Wash-
school in whatever way presents names mentioned below are bv Margaret Sidney. ...."...Ieon and His Marshall, by J. 'r ,rgton Irving.11'nshn.tnn. *
(" luelf. At the time of its organization I those who won stars of merit on their Four Great Americans, by James .. Hfmtley.NeUon. and His Generals, by J. T. -.....
Lord Life of, Kuhcrt South ... ,I1
Geographical Nature Studies, by hy tOn Y. <'y. |
(; in October, Mrs. O. A. Dreka was reports: Mabel Dade and George Owen i'uyno. .. Libertv bv John Stuart Mill. Unshmgtnn, Georec: hv Georre. Bancroft. I

elected president. Mr. A. O. Botts Bradley. There seems room for bet Ijrirnm's. Popular Fairy Tales, by I Other' \\orl.l than. Ours' by l R. A. Pro.-tni \\'ord's. IIIIIN"Rled"turlll;-'; History by m
a r thers' (jrinim.Grimm's F't-ncles and the Gol..en1(e of Athens I.y l'i-v J. 1Vood.: .
a' vice-president and Mrs. J. E. Coen ter work among both boys and girls. Household Stories, by : H. A Fletcher. \\\Olly. ..'"

Rhodes Herndon la thers Grimm. Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious' :ices --.-- .-..---
There Is a good attendance a good acquisition
sr secretary. very Heart of Oak Books, Charles Eliot :: Gucrber. Kumon.1, bv Helen II. Jackson
r which is gradually increasing, to our football team. lo:
1 .' at the meetings, which are held in In the afternoon one of the corners Hoffman.11 In Bird World, by i. 11. Stickney 11! A. Sir Roger de Coverley Papers' by Addi testimony in great quantity( is 1i

',fit.. the chapel after school on the second between the school house and the College Legends from the Ked Man's .. and son.Scott's constantly coming in, declaring Dr.

ivy Tuesday of month. Arms seems to be a popular rest Dorothy Tanner.Leaends Walter I'oems hy Sir Walter Scott. Kings New:<: Discovery for Consumption -
every of the Ked Children by :Shakespeare Dramatic Works byVtn .
ing place for two of our Coughs and Colds! be unequalled. --
The suggestion of securing a good rising young !'ran. ,. Shakespeare to ; -
men. Little Folks of Other Lands I .. A -
,y by Sclmnbt-rg Cattu Tamily by :01. Char'en' recent expression from T. J. MeI'nrlatxl -
I;i;b i tat library baa already been acted upon Vacation Is drawing near and all llumjthrev and Fannie A. Chapul.: ILm Hentorville\ serves.as example -

i l A !good little sum Is also being realized pupils are rejoicing to know that examination Clunk Little hy Lame Miss !\1 Prince IIlock. and \His 1 :: S Ar HE FOUND:: A CURE. He writes : "I 1 had Bronchitis

i"." from the initiation fee of 25 cents and will not be held until after Little Lord auntleroy, by Mrs. for three years and doctored all the

the holidays. Hodgson. liurnett. \Viggin R 11 Tosicr 318 S. .2J Street Silt time without being benefited. Then I
,v from the selling! of buttons at 15 cents Lillie Lucy's Wonderful Globe; b.
each. These buttons bear the letters SIXTH GRADE. lotte M. Yonge. Lake City, writes : "I I have been bothered began taking; Dr. King's!; New Discovery

Lullaby Land by Field. I Ad. with dy&jjtpsia or indigestion for and a few bottles wholly cured ___
P.S.I.S. Other Improvements whichmight Joe Allen, on account of sickness! Pets and Companions: by J. II. Jl have tried! doctors without Equally cffecii\e in curing all
years -
!' -; Jlaw-
was not at school last I Riverside 'rimer timid Reader I ;'
+ be suggested are: good pictures Gordon Thursday. Kobmstm Crusoe for ]toy, and (, relief, but I have found a cure in Lung and Throat troubles, Consumption ,

for the walls of the different days last week.Haynes was absent several ted by Lida McMurry and Mary :Nelson: Hcrbine. I rcconimeud it to all my Pneumonia and. Grip. Guaranteed

*' rooms, and seats to be placed under I We are sorry to hear that Will lrd.Uobinson Crusoe by Daniel Ddoe.Sotur R. M (friends who, are afflicted that way andit hy W. A. Allen and Geo. W. Fisher, ]

the trees on the school grounds. is going to leave school. We <.lllY Hud. Class, )Iy. by is curing!!! them too. soc at all durg- druggists. Trial bottles free, regular

4 MARY Cox. shad miss him very much. ler. ... .. gists. u sizes SOC, and! $1.00. .
:Seven Little Sisters, by Jane ..
The ones in this grade who received Stories for Children, bv M. A. L. -- .-- -. -
The Chapel Exercises. stars last month were: Besbtc Hamilton Stories I for :Kindergartens and ..
and Raymond Dreka; that la, they School, by Sarah K.Viltse.. ; H. E. .. ---
On Monday mornings the pupils of received over 90 in all thier studies by Stories Jane Andrews.Mother Nature; fold Her ( J

the DeLand public school, instead of and deportment.Seaborn Stories uf Colonial Children, by More Than a "

marching directly to their rooms, as McCrory was absent a few Pratt. an Phuu.,
days last week. I Stories of Great; Americans for
Is their custom on other mornings of This Americans, hv :.Iw. I:! .ron. .
grade bad a spelling match Time Mary)/ flour. by Kate Dotigla ., b
4'.:: the week, come together in the chapel last Friday. Will Page/ and Beanie Story uf Patsy by Kate Dough| \\ : 1 ) $ !lILlIOjDOlLJjFS $
'\V': r 4.. and there have the devotional exer- Hamilton chose sides. Will's side won. Swiss ramily, Kubinson by \ K.
' a0' "' This i Only 21 of the 3D pupils enrolled '
:? clses. chapel, though probably I en (line \\ ho Lived on the \{ of For-
inten&ed to be used for 'this were present Monday morning. We ..ong Ago to Now .
\ wonder why so many were alweut and of :Florida Capital -
It t has never been supplied with seats; INTERMEDIATE AND (;RAM I guni'autees

'. ,,:. !" : ; therefore, the pupils are obliged to FIFTH GRADE. GRAUism.Adventure ; ; this pure vegetable -

'4 'a: remain standing during the entire ex- Last month Ruth lion received a uf Ulysses, by Charles
. 'star for having an of UO In lied and l hires' by John Burroughs.Succession .
ercises. average : : ; to
of Trreii, by )( D. 1 Mann. remedy< curoCures
S These chapel exercises are. primar all her lessons this grade. Alexander the Great by Jacob ; :
i There are 20 girls and U boys In the Alfred the (rent Life of, by Jacob .. of _
fly devotional and coaslstof the reading 5th grade. Along the Hori.la Reef by C. F. \ : ; or money back... '1a- '1a-

( of the Scriptures, the repeating Last Friday we had quite an exciting Beard American Hoy's Hundibook, by .

tiI w of the Lord's Prayer by the pupils, spelling match between the boys American Girl's Handy Book by Oliver
which and glrla.!! The girls beat the boys, Amelia Heard .
and of singing, when heartily
American History Be'gfnners', by
but the boys do not expect them to by Gen. :
' ''I> .jtered Into, Is thoroughly enjoyed by do it again. Montgomery.
American Poems,. by II. E.;
;) -+tl ll. The remaining time Is employed The new members of the 5th gradeare Arabian Entertainments, Mac

Ib0. \ '* the.':p' clpal, either In arousing Herndon.Margaret Westerman and Sean ties Arabian from. Edited(Nights'\ by Ur.Entertainments S. Klliot.: rrouciu.Hrynnt. Catarrhal) alTectlon of the I

\'tsP .' 1n e'relt.In. baseball, tennis and plete. Anonymous. : nasal *, bronchial
,'' athlet .ports, or la giving! FOURTH GRADE. Arthur Honnicastle, by J. G i .
Illue Poetry Book Andrew Lang, -
.. Trescotc. tubes, lungs, kidneys, blade \
'udon which he thinks will be Miss Eccles no-- has, during/ the fleautifiil Joe, by Marshall S..It.. s.

tally profitable one' to the forenoon, 07 pupils her room. Some Ileing Plnck a Beauty Boy by by Charles Anna I Dudley Sewell.' Her der and stomach AlsoNervous

.'I. nd, although the exercises times we do not have time for all our Blue Poetry hook, Andrew Lang .. -
recitations. We would like to have Hook of Golden Deeds, by .
\rlly short, on the whole another teacher as a Christmas present YonMe. .1 Gray.
\I\eedlnjjly Interesting and for the 3rd grade. Hoot and Saddles, by Mrs. E.: I). ., Em-
Boston Tea H. C. \Vnison.Hoys'
Party by
-11!Y. IRENeALCOTT.l6J Many of our class are wearing the Heroes, hy E. E. Hale.
P.S.I.b. buttons. Hoys of Other Countries, by Bayard Greeley Indigestion .i
Hoys of ",5, by C. C. Coffin.
\ the School Building. I \\'"rlJ. /
THIRD GRADE. Hoy Travelers Knox.
Edward V f
; b. public school wal1ft' Hoys Percy Edited by Sidney '
..Yt 'k .r.. On account of the Illness of Miss Boy' Workshop, Introduction by Consumption, or any disease s
tI Bock fur-
of ;sn gave a
Erbar'g grandmother, she ban been Wait rl
In a way, heated the unabio to teach for nearly two weeks; Brave Little Holland, by W. E. : of the mucuous mem- ; ;
Brooks and Brook Basins A.
year We say "In part of the time her sister,Miss Marie, Building the Nation by C. by C. branes. ..,- .{
a taught her place and one after. Carpenter' Readers
}' 1 house wan never Geographical Carlyle,
noon Mr. Lockey taught the 3d' grade. G. Carpenter.Children' :Mc'

,.' a tit this winter There are 16 girls and 18 boys. In Loupe Putnam Life of Abraham Lincoln, As a Tonic -

'i 'w.", which was also the class. Wendell

A 't\ II set up in the Lawrence and George Howard, who .
were In our grade' for a short time BALLARD'S
, I ie inter often It gives appetite, builds "
have gone back to Daytona.Mrs. SYRUP x 1
,",- school on Paxton is until Miss I '-'
teaching Immediately relieves hoarse, up the system, banlobea y f.
would bee Erbart returns.
cough oppressed, rattling, that tired feeling; make. '_ r

wouldthe SECOND GRADE. difficult breathing. Henry C. I *"
the weak stron
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.f TKU 48b8) LAWS Of JCLOKIOA.avjOTICB i Cotton Must HavePotash

I u !hereby IIlv*$ thnt 0. P. Jolly, o Oct. 10 1903.
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected
; "4 IN purcliimmof Tax; Cwtlttente. VihU. DragingPain '
( .. tUttlHldny or Jury, A.U. 1110O.b,.., filed s Advertisements of ten words or more under: "
.: /. snIU. neruilluale In wy oIIcbtuiI IIHS. ,Hindu application tbla bead. Inserted for ONE CENT A WORD, I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. ::
lor tux Out d to IBDUO 1', aceordunuewltitlaw. cash In advance' each Insertion. No adver- .
Buiil cuititlonto unbrace the follow = = '
tiaeraenta accepted for less tbl&DI0 oenta.
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." rH ot swU Sea U. Tp 1U, South R 80 East 40. CIIICAOO IT.I. Oct., 2, 1S02 FOR RENT. Potash is an essential plant food .' '

I stiffdrrd! with and con. :II .... ....... ...Ar 8BOa. a 00paBOap
; I'u:;aald land being asHossod. at the data 01 r falling( ; OK RE4T-llouseofTen; rooms, fu.rsia.iedr : which be added fertilizer I .SOOp.1I40aL".Ja.cksonvltte. a 1'1 ;:
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the Irsiiituoe of suou gestion a So lla .St. ................... T 40a. a S flop ;
pliO Angtmtlne :;
UII.IM .ld 'ttlicutucittu block I lioui omo... Apply to E. H. Hay-
Out I Buffered post
' ,, of Q. .N. Norman.. ivdtwniud ncuurdiug si to law. Inxduud pnim through} the groins. ward.O..llull.. a ll, or the soil will I q a ss I' '.11 U80 .............. .....HastlnKS' .......... a GII..a ... ..
A shall will, Issue uu. tliurvon on the Hist day orDeurmbur terribly at the time of men- become = !!.,!}aj.l1! 4 .... P"lntl,.. _. .. ., \. a 44 a a t fly If '"
: 1
A.D. IWJS.Witntmamy struation. had blinding headaches' 7oR; HENT-Furniabed Hooma-Mr A. H.,: exhausted .a 7 36 p IiWii.Ar.... ..... ... ......1'uiulka.. ..... .. .. ... .\. .Lv..a. A IBa. mop :. !I. n.. ,
uiUonii signature and l'Bl ll11"SOlh and rushinff of blood to the brain. 1 liutchlnaou Amelia. Avenue. tf as is !! s L'P 1h1.a. Lv. .... .. .... .. .. Palatlm. .. ._ .. .... ._. ... .Ar. 10 a .a S lOp .
:' day or November' A.I). 1W08ISeall What to 1 knew not for it _# ;; mop A..S..n MatnoSan ....... ......... .LvAr. .... 'I
/ tlA>t'L 1>. JOHDAN. try u f .. . .. .. ... .. .... ... .. .
tried all and OR KENT-Small cottage on Bouluvard.qul..t true .0 so .. oi Lv : Mntpo .._..... .... 8 011.a s.!.80p
seemed that I hail F !P
.. : tia.
;. Cierk Circuit COU"I.'olu. '" \:0. tried Wine neighborhood, unfurnlahed. Apply .!!' Lv.\ ., ... ....... ........Lv. i U4a.-arp. .
failed but I had never Nowa out cu. \\c many CottonS r : f 8 U I' ..................BnanellsPupnnt .................... f S iOu f 3 UPS
NOTiCE OF APPLIOA'IIUN iOK TAX) ; of flardui that blessed 1 1 remedy for ; :- .a 8 10 p .................. ....................... si U..a a 3 41 p ;
lJEEl' UJS IlLI' MS.O1IIIN: 8 OF sick women. I found it }pleasant FOR SALE. fields.w. ,t 111 a 8 00 p ..................O..lDund..1. lla 2 Si p J i1
r lJtlAl'l'Lit 4S88) LA\\tI OK JTUJK- take and knew that I had -- ------ .. .s a 8 08 I'' ...................Daytniia:. .................... .sdflOa S tip
to soon MOlt SALE hay. books a I 8 R.. .. ............Port Orange" .................. si 41 a.94lp : !
JlJ.\. the right! medicine. N : Is burubyitlvpn that R. :J. Blnlnp seemed to course through my vein .Heavy grower MJJK-HU.l.for Stock DA1HV or Syrup Goingr1ce. giving valuable d. : rllf1" Ull..................... 8 68S II Up .
* NOTICE .. ol Tux C'ciUllcMle. No. J10, and after using eleven bottles I Flit Address. OeLanU ll-au taili about fertiliser 1' ....................a 8 ms lIB P ;
dated Llittikl. of April. A D. 18J3 bas. filed, ;\ .H:a a 3a ........................ a a 39 PI"
'. snld certificate day lu iu)' ollloe ana HUM umduapplication was a well woman. WANTED.rANTEDTRU5'rwonT4y. '- *. W. will BInd :i I f 30 p..N.'w. ....... ............. fa 81..t 35 p
fur tux need to issue. In uccurd-. -' than Ira. to any farmer who sake MB for them. ol III.. a I Q5 ..ella -13 09 pUG i I i
....Oll Will h.w. Sttld eerlilluatf ...Ubl'.h.. -I .. c44Nre. .ii. ) ali Ua a' 13 .141.. a
loliowlutf county, ."lui'lUn, tow it; f Uentieiiniu to manage bualneua. In Ibia N.. E.rkes N..... Surest it or : r a .. f S | ] 10 98 a t .
28East County and adjoining' for UOUNO. of : a a 1S.a a S 61 ............... BlSI palO 91 a .
( NwM) of nufcj, 1 bco: :X'U, TI&1'.1. South Range All..*., G.-e.Jf 5. Brd It t .F. 01
:: ; r$1r.r.3. 1 a S9. f 8 13 ........ .. Unilie..s
in olid nnanclal 1 standing straight oualisalary .. f 8 She :
il 40 said acres.'Ibu .and being lUMebsud' at tbo. date. of I \ Bush is now perfect and expunaua: paid eacu Monday direct '. 1 f a tl .. 8 8 17" .................. .a ftp .I.0.! I _
the issuance vt suciiot. ililli'itic I I In Ibo name. health because she took Vine of 'Mom lii'ailiiuariera KxpenaM. money ad- J II a 41... '................. .. .. 11 16ps 4t f'fall..31p .
IIKatu shall viiiioed ,'wlillellt. Addrei1 AlauaKer .. ........ 155 P 5 8 84 a
or Jll-.s. Huut. ()less said curl menstrual disorders ; "" C .
Cnrdni for ... ..... ... :
.. Robe
deed will.IO.I tl.ii Moiiou Hldg., Chicago. :tf-14-u4. ". .. 31pl 9 08 a
IDSUU be rjilcrliiid a thuieou uncording;ihul-tutloy tu law,January lax AW'luieds down and blinding h__ __ _. < 88.8..8711. .. .............. Went ....... .. ........ 1$ p 8Ma i
un bearing pains Notice of for Tax Deed : 0
.. Application .............West Palm Beach..a... 9 Upa8 17 .
lthM. itUcluli-lgnnfure and Beat. this headaches when all other remedies \ANAGEK WANTED-Truitworthy lady Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, ; a4l a.elaV. ....... .....Bnynton .......... .........89 13pa Ma
Ibu lull my of Uoucuibcr. .\. D. lIOUJ.Itlo"I.J i:>_L or treutleimiii to inamiire' business Vouc.ia Laws of Florida. 0..a 8 S 1 p. .... ...... ..... Deli'ay..................... .8 oa p a 141. Ii
day tiAM'l. U. failed to bring her relief Any county and ailjolniiiif well ;i .8 8 8 p ............ .Ft, 3 03 Ma

.L. ( leak Circuit Court Vulusiu. County JUltUAN, 1<'".. sufferer may secure health: by taking dtiiudlnir.0.0oetrttlifht:mil favorably known house cash'irrt71.,nd, expenaeg ; NOTICE Is bercbvgiventliatCC. Fanning, iI f 8 ::a 8 8 28"... .. .................Lauderdale..a|] ...f.Hit 1.8 8 87as 3 1 -
salary i Ova
> ct Tn Certificate No. 73d.dat-
r *
.? Notice of Application lor Tax Deed Wine of Cardui in her home. paid I each Monday by check direct from oil tho Utli tlHV tit June A.I>. 11111II. hr. died. -a : ; : : :H .,:. :. :.:::.:::::. :: :: : ::::: .: g 8 OOa st )
letidiiuurlei'a. xpetiH<> money tld\.n.edvo-; said i-eitlflcate In office, and has .
I: Under Section: H of Chapter: 48S! >I 8, The first bottle convinces the patient sition ,,""lIJdll"Ot. Addreaa.. Alauitgwr. 4I14 |,"> t"XdfiJ my to Imue. In accordanoo mndeap.pllcntlon SChEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

.. Laws of t'lorlua.VUTICE she is on the! road tu Lualtb. II.uil KidK ClilCKgo, III. l--l with law Sulil ci'itlllcateeiubi-Bce the trtl- -, r

,, Is that H. J. lowing .tr'fIOrlbo" properly situated In VolUHlnconnly BANFORD BRANCH. ORANOB BKANOH. lC
given Bishop.
hereby" j'ltKt'-Lota of f,1111. Put of lighting rooat- 1 Flotldn. tn-wlt I CITY .
li purchaser. of .I.u*" Lertlllctito .Nu.iftldatedtbentli For advice in oases requirjngspecial _
.. iln> of June, A. U l.Mt>. luis. tiled suid.certlucato directions address giving L era: real fuuthvra to all I sending:: 4 veiiu \VH of M-M, Sec 2:1. Ip 17 S, Range 80 K, 80 HO.I I I STATIOSa.70S I No. 12 No. 3 I No.1)) TNo.21No.4 i -
0. oui ta'SLitMtlU. Agents. Supply House, P. acres. \ I STATION
| Daily\ Bully I I
lUlu oltn.e and has muile itiphcu- D.I (
) Ladies' .,. BOA Lawrence Kan.X Tim Rid land assessed at the date of 1.171_ Dal
00. being
"The Advisory
iota for tux d. e ; law. bald ccrtitlcutu eiiibracuH, the fuilowluguescrlbcd Department" The Chattanooga --- -- L"ul\nce D Clay.of vnou Ciileni certltlcato raid certlfl"ate in the nameof shall 1118. L........ .Mlms...........,ArflJ .ID lOa I LT..N. Smyrna. Aral05p.110p

-t. properly situated in \olu3iiioountv Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.WINEoJCARDUI. : iTIUK OF APPLICATION JPUM TAX be rude iced aooordlnK to law tax deed will (8 83 a LT.......... Osteen ..........Ar fit 37183001 I all 91a Lv. Lnkoilelen .Ar I s lOp 1 ft 00 P
lliirldu., tow It: inane thereon liStli ,16. LT........EnterprIse..Ar all OOa a 3 tip nil Lv.Orange, City Ar s '. COp| 441
..4 .N WKI of iiw.4) Section :'O. Tp U !South! Kuuge hEM; UNUKll: SEO'UON 8 O*' A.D. 1803.Wltll..a.. on the day of December .18.. _Ar ..... 8 nr.rr.. _. __ ..Lv 810 80a > 40o|>_mi45 Ar. .Or. City Je .LT, si! B8ps8 lap
:81! t-u; 40 .
"t Hcruu.Tuu
& UHAFI'EU 4888!: LAWS OFFLOK-" in v official signature nnd aeal this
suid lund being assessed. at the date of No.23 No. 21 No 19 No. NO. iaDally. N.. 20 No. 22
I IUA.NO the :27th day or November A.D. Iwa.SialJ MAYPOHTBRANCH.
the .
Issuance ot suiliucriiucaielu the name of
4; Vosion. oc;; limber.. Lnluss.. .aunt cettiticait audi !: In. hereby given that C. C. Fanulnir, [Clk'Clifult Court SAM-L Voluala D.Couuly JORDAN Fla ..: I Sunday I Dalf, .. 11 f I D..ly.. Sundayoniy
I be redeuuieU .according to luw tux. devil will liuichaver' ul Tax C'erilficutu No add, only.Sunday! only. _ex. _

'4. issue 0.1\10ol.\ thervou un the litta day of Juuuury, A. uiicd the nth day ul June, A. 1>. IdUU has .slO 03a. al 30pa 8 ROa' ,. .........lukunTlllf .., .... ...ir ....... s 8 OOa a' 49 p eli p

I. Witness my oiflcialaIwature\ .and .lenl thisthe .tiled' ,.."uutiuii suid cvrtmcitto IUI' tax lu tleeu,,my, to iillice Issue, and in bus aucurd made Notice of Application for Tax Deed stoip 40 p alO 010 I..a a I .10p 1. pa8 a SH 68..'L.8.. ..... .irK 7 T !a i I't s t ala all us 10 :afU4 p

f ", lltu, day uf U""lIIu"r.A1L; A.1 L.>JUIIUAN 1UUJ.l thou Will, law. Bald ceitificste .embraces. Under Section 8 ef Chapter 4888, t\ 40 r fl080 a f 8 IS pf 9 84 .air......... Jickioncilis..Ar..a, .. 7 :0.. f 3 88 .
l ] 1
iollOWtiig I".t'rlL."d pRoperty> situated 'n Vo- 00 p all DO .a a liSpaBBOa'ir:' ..... .
.' Clk circuit Court, Vulusiu. tUU11Ilurldol. otteRs COUll I)', Florida, tow it: Laws of Florida. .. ..70..4011180.

------- '-- nM ol wi4, bee Sj, Tp IT S of Haotfe BO, 80 Thaaa Time show tbe times .at which be .
la hereby given that C.C. Fanning T..I8 trains expected to arrive and depart
Notice for Tax Deed may
c,, -Application : "cues.Tne NOTICE from tbe several. but their "Aval .
.. ol Tax Certificate :<10. 9ldat.cdtlie4tltday a or rt"partur at tI inca stated not guaranteed
Under Sections t! ot Chapter: !; ;, tile laauaiici Bald. < land of auch being, cei'Ltie.eteintlieuaaie napeeecd at the date of of of November A.D. :1MU. Las Dor doaa. tbo Company hold' ia..1 responsible for any delay or .any oonaequenue arlilDg tharafrotn. -

Laws of Klotiua.VOTICE lrKiiuii )McUlie. Unless. .aald certlllcAte shall. flied said certificate in my office and i Is hereby 'Len that It. J. Bishop. H.' retcMiieil aocoidlUH to luwtax deed. will applloatUin for tax deed to .issue In ac -
ll .. ,.. I.. tbiicon llieUMh oonlunce with Jaw. Said certificate embrace
purchaser of 1. lertitlcutu liiiated ague: ou : day of DecemberA. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
the oru day June., .-\.lJ. 19U3, luis llleU< .sum icrtnlcatu D. 1UW. the fiillowlnir described property situated In
lu ilbue, nnd 1 iiiadu loll ititiwea GtHclul: altfnatur end saul tbla Volnslil' countjPlorldu, to-wlt:
1 uus applied my '
for tax deeu lilY tu issue In itccoruaiicu M itb law -' he .Tin day ol November, A. L). luu). Se4: ol nw3(, Section 18, Tp 17 8, Range 81 E, PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

bald certiliuuie ttuiUiau the tuliuuiuir described (MtrniJ.AM'L J 1). 40 acres.'rho Comm.oolnl September 30, 1908
property situated lu Volusm county, Clerk Circuit Court Voluala 'JOJttJANI!... said land being assessed. at thai date of .-
tile ixaimiici. or such certificate In Nta name
t Florida. town SOUTH SOUND
rie)4' of uw4 Sec SO, Tp 15 South, Uiiuge: of Julius. bu Hntvbinson. Unluss said certlflatesbnil LT Miami. Sundays. .and Wednesdays. .... ,- 11 a Tburadnya ....... OOn'n
.. Euat 40 ILe...... :NUTIUE OF Al'i'MOATlUN FOR 1'AX deed wlll18au.runeemed. thereon according tbe 28ib to law tat Ar Key West Sundaya. .and Wadnaadaya.. 81""p 11 ArK, .". Thuradaya .. ........... .1.aop
The said. l..ultJ,11I1I' ussessud' at the ditto of DEED UoiJH.R SKOTlDN 8 OF A.II l 11103. OD day rlDivmbvr LT Key Wtat Wadnradaya ... .. .. LT Key Vtrat Ilondays and Frldnya... .12 811.
the Issuauuu. of suub certiuuiite III tuu uaniu ArHaTaoa Thuradaya. ........
-'M: ot Boston Ac liuruvr L uless. .. sttiit ueititicuie' c'l1 ePI'1R 4SS8/: LANVU: OF FLIJHNOTICE WIIUVM my otllclal\ signature and seal tb.'s! 8 u.a Ar Miami-.:lond..ndFrlda'- t 39 p

shall bu redcuiiiud law deed IDA. r.'bg'fl A.D.>> 1HCS.( An addition to .above .
uccoidiiiK lax Steamships ollowa
3 will operated hutween Key West and HaTanaas :
( I] SA M'L. D. J OH D A N, b
.! will issue tlieieon uu tile l tu du) of Juiiuar), : la berth,), given I hat C C. Fanning Clk Circuit Court Volusla County Fla. LT. Ktf West Mondays and< FrlOnya .. .7 30 | Havana rm.adaya and SaturdaTS.. .1!00 n'n
; A.O..tIlO4. .. ..t. of lax Curilncule: No.' U7UO HaTanaTueadaya and Saturdays .6 0..PIILY|_ Key Weal Tugiidaya and flaturdaya...! 30 p .
I, VMtiiettS my ofllcial. sftftiuture und seal thib dated the II II day ot June, A.Lu., 11111\1.\) bUd
thu llth day of UeueuiOer A. 1). lui.l.IfealJ \ flied wild.. ocftiUcato in luoUlce\ and baa
,-.r'. ", I b.4li.: U. J,1t1J48. FIREARMS uatle Hpplleutiou tor tax ileud to ladue la nocOi'dULiu Notice of Application for Tax Deed Tor copy of Local Time Card..or. other Information address any Agent -
/ ''ik LlfcuH Court Vulusia County, ilurldu. -I I wltu I law Maid certificate eaibiaeeaHe Under Section 8 of 4888
HBT.been famous for year.b..cauM of their toilowliiff ileHCflbud property; :situated tuoluala i Laws!: of Florida. Chapter J. D. BAHNER. Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGTJSTINB, FL.
1 NOTICE \rPM\VTION: KOK TA.DKlii \ ACCURACY SAFETY DURABILITY \ uiiuniy Florida1. to-wit: :
; ,> t'XUEK .cKl ION 8 OlCHArrt.lt S>, ol iiwKi, ..eC4d::; i, Tp 17 S of Katme 30, 80 NOTICE Is hereby given that C.C. Fanning !
\ Th j .r. mad. I In ft l Is f|{,. nnmber of atyle and acres ..r ol Tax. Certificate No IM2: clatI -
<< 4883: /: LAWS: Of FIA'/l< calibers pullabls for nil kuidi of .hootln", fur both ilio Riilil 'and ticlnif nssesseJ. .t Ih" date of : ..( th. AlilMy i.fJtii... A.D. 1D01, ba.llle.1 suktiprtltlt'titi '
IUA. _<... \%.makRIFLES ue taaiituc'e. ."I tiucli eeitinuule. in tb.* uamof lu lit). omoe,anti has made appllcii Are You Going North or West ?
Aituur ji. Puul. Unless said certlrtcuKiball I Inn 1 .
I tor lax di
e< tiB Issue la accordance with
T'.. OTlCntshireby even" that C. C. running.uuied PISTOLSSHOTGUNS be ledeeuied, according to law. tax dec'l. I..... il lid ci-rtlrtimte embraces. the tollowlnexcrlbed
l., 01 '.C"tlIT.O"le. .O. al ... ...
I'uleb."r vlll 1.- r.'ou ou the. aotb duy, of Ijccemer ,
Ask dealer for tU STEvENS. It b.doia't propiTtv. situated In Volusia ooun-
tiRe Ttu day ut JuuiA, 1>. lets, bus, u cu your
A. D. 1U03.tiin .
thorn will cad I y. Florida to-wlt:
hoop VT* (cci|r prepaid) onprle THE
.said ctriiUculu. in in) idnue, and Ruts mudiappiU'Utluu r..lp 01 .. Bnatl fo.mo.d, catalog. .. iaj utTtctal. a'guRture' and seal this SMofBwH of nwVJlor? ne .1. Sec, Tp IT 8. '
A lot tuxu.idio insnulii uceordancu ,he itb day of oSuv"mu""j A. D. l IlIUd.C"'j Range do B.
with law. Said celtlticalo, "wu"uc.I., .. < &A.MLEL I). JOUDAN Tbu said land being assessed nt the date of LOUISVILLE tS NASHVILLE R-1R.

iunlil tollowh'Wo1uUI'lo.U count' ) .'lo.ld..propvity, low II: s tuut d in Vo J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., Clerk Clicult: Court of Voluala Couuty, Flo.N'OTIUK III" 'Issuiiiico. fit pitch (!irtfncMte In the name of :
ValtK and f''IIIII Unless salt '
Lot. 4, sub ut nvRaiiuu. >M 01 '''' 4. Sue 3. Tp IT NXue P. O. BOX 3091 Iw ri'iti-cin. dncci-tdlnH to I..W.I..Z. certificatemiiall deed OFFERS UNEXCELLED PASSENGER SERVICE. 0 t

., .Jtlll:. CH.COPEE FALLS. MASS. : (q JK AHPLIUATHlN: FOHTAXl ) will lueiitf, llii-fftiii on tim,) 2'lb day or Deoeiaer. Modern Trains carrying Pullman. Sleeper.up-to-dnte, Conches, free Reclining ChaIr Cnra
I' acid laud beloir lIa..d. at tlio date ol l lLD:: UNuKIt l sEO nuN 8 OF A It. It**!. and 1lllnll' CUr between !Southern! uu tlt: .. Tbe "Ine..t. DiningCar Service laibe
Ibe iBbUunce ol such ueitinuate lu tile uauu .
'IIAPIEU 433S::!:! L.ASVS Ur FLOK- Wltiiursinv olHclul slKnature and seal this
01 B t.Jevona. L'nloMaulil c"nn".ll..h..l.l.bu : CTtbdayorNuvnubt-r, A .D. 111 fl3.I All: Aventa sell through tickets via L. & N.
rude rued at coruluK to law, lux durd will IUA.NOTICE.
UBUU tbeiuou oil the zSib day of llicfuiber,, -- ------ -, ----- I Iseall I] SAM'L D. JORDAN For rates schedules and sleeping car reaervatlons apply to

A. Ll. luui.Witunujiny. OTirE" OF APPLICATION:! FOR TAXflEEI la heffb. given that C. C. Fanning Clk l'lr>ull Court Volusla. County r'la. J. M. FLEMING
cUlclul signature and seal this ," ot 'lax CerilUoale: No. 614..1t&l,1I \ .
the XTib day ol I oveuibt. r. A. U. 1'03.oealj tliu Hit day ol Mnvember A U., 18J5, Florida Paaaenver Agent,
[ BAM'L 1>, J(JULIAN.C'lk LAWS OF FLOUIDA.NOTICE tau. RIled said certificate lu my oUlce, ....d baa Notice of Application for Tax Deed C. L.. STONE G. P. A., 200 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
vlioult: t'ouil, Voiuala, County, Fin. toad application, lur lax uueu to IBBUO. In ao- Louisville Ky.
Under Section 8 of 4888! ,
-.. : Is hereby given that' C. C. Fiinntnir. ujuuuuevith. law tsllldee'u1out..wbnce8III. Chapter ,
-- h of Tax Cmt'tlcnte; Nu. 718:
.. Laws of Florida.
; U1-\lJ..t.ll.AJhJ! loft 1AA following described propeRty. situated InVoliiBla
1..1. d Ibe Bill day ot June, A.D. 1W bxieil .
DEKI; USDtKSKUlION 8iuF CUA1'NliTH'K : said. certificate oltlcu and. hate amclepilljHtlou : county, .Florida. towlt: Is
my hereby: given that C.C. Fanning
t-V; "I at.-U, t-> c :.1J. Tp IT. Range 30, (<> acieu.Uliuauid NOTICE .
'JEK48b8!: :!, LAVSOFFLlUtID/t. :lrJ h.'cil tolH.incucciiicllng j :; .lund bulbtfunaevaiU ..llhe ditto olbe ...... nf Tax Certificate No. 640, : to law. ,, emb, ttvt-t th fol'nwi luauaiicuof the 61 bony of June, A.D. 18Q, has flied
bucU certificate In the
la hereby given that C. C. Fanning/ .i< NOTICE ...." ot Tux C'urtidcatH >o. UJu, ounty, Flortilii. towlt! pltc.tlon lor inN deed tu lusna In accordance :
; ul, fif iiri ,Si-c 24.Tp IT South, Range acconliiitf to luw tux deed williaiie with law., .alI
ditied I ni dU day of AprIl A. l> lt8baa flluu Mi i-4 | thelcou. .etb of certificate embraces tbe foliwliitfrt rNcHFTIc
bald oerlltliaiB ID ana Him clinic ::0 E. 30 aer": A U IW'J.Uitueaa' on luu day December properlysituated In Vulublnounty i
''-- uppllotttioti tor 11. "'UJJe 'Ju.i... In: accord- the alI laud. being. nncwii.t nt tlii'dutool olUclnl altftiature and aval. this Florida, to-wlt 1FACORY
tRuce wilb, law. Said cert inrutii utnbruuea. I ihi- I hi. iosil'i tmcn 'f such oi'i'I 114cc'. n the mime the KTltl duy my of iNo\etubel', A. JJ.i I\JIU. t,H ol nt-Uur ucM of oeM, Sec 4, Tp IT S,
foliuwinMdaerlbrd, op"'IY altuulvdi lu VuI "r A. D. Uirnn. L'nk-ax. 11..1. uertlHi'iitohull R uiitfu 80 arrcl.
I .lUll' OVUIII)'. FlorIda' lowlc: be red. fined uvuorUlnir to .law Tux. (StulJ< Circuit Court SA.M'L VoIU.I..oul1l.1 U. JOUL AN.Cl ,.Fla. The dEil1n being; assessed at the date of 1 LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS )
-4 Sw-4) or n.V4, beu Ui', T|> .t6 S, I It JO E, 40 acres. Deed> will 1B4UH thereon on tlic 28lb day of the Issuance of such certificate In the name
'* '1'''" .said land being imaeiMttid. tnu date ol ))iTvmbur A.D. IUO.J.WltnuKHtny ofF. H. Wnodworth Unless said, certificate '
F. the iBDimiicB. of such uei'tlncittu In the tiutiiu, nini-lal. alfdialurr ami. ubu ,,1lI thu.I .. Notice of Application for Tax Deed ball bu redeemed according to I.w. tax deed "New Rival" "Ledder" "Repeater"F
of W. O.: Mo 'Y"I"ru. Unicaa. ..ald ferlluuuluflball I UTIti day or :' ; : ) ""AS. __ _
bv 1'1.1.l enifU ,uciiordlt g to law tax deed ] $ ,A.D.1900. -u -
'a will lanueiheiuuu. ou the. Zaiu day of UcOeui- Clerk OH cult Court VnliialitOnuiity. t.It's Laws of Florida >\ 'linens. my offlolal signature and seal this

'. .. bur, A. L>. 1UOJ.Wltneos \TOTICE .U hereby trlvcti that H. J. Bishop, tbe2tiidayof/ Nov..mb..rA.D.SAM1L llliA. you are looking for reliable shotgun am-
uij official signature and seal tUUtbu (Seal] D. JORDAN
1> purchiiKer of Tux: C'ertlQeate: No.3I)! datedtuu
:27iO they ol Nuveinbu-r A. I>. 1001.I ILScalJ Clk Circuit Court Vulusla County Fla. Dr munition the kind that shoots where
'0s :: BAM'L! I). IOHUAN For You bin day of June. A.. l>. ISUb!, hua filed "said I you
certllleate in my ottlce, and baa made appllca- .
4i Cm Circuit: Court VoluaUCobnty, tie
tRoll for tax deed to issue In accordance. with '
uw. .haiti. ucrtlticttt. ..4iiubrHcea the following Notice of Application for Tax Deed 1 point your gun, buy Winchester Factor

r.XL'-UTOH'b NO ICE. described. property)'situated. Voluala.county, Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Loaded Shells "New Rival "
Florida. t.>-/lt: Laws of Florida. Shotgun : wih I
To the Creditors, Lutruteca Dluirlbutcea and bel-i of Dwll Section ltd, Tp 15 South Hung "
nil Persona Having Claims or DcinandnAniilnot .*8 Hiist IU "e""a. \ OTICE Is hereby given that R. J. Bishop t Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded
'. The said lund beluir aaaosaod at the date of dated
II purchaser' of Tax Certificate No. Kit,
the Eat at.. of Adclla C Joyi the. liwuiitife. of such certllluuta in the name. of1'U.IOII.I he .8th day of Jun A. D. 1WW, has filed said Insist upon having Winchester
'8' I YOU are U- ruby notified to pn-anntany. and :: 1II1rl>tr. Unless .said curtitlcate shall certificate in my ollice, and has made appllcftlou. J
l! !i cleRicS. which you may have HMriilualtbu be redeemed" < uvcordlnir to law. tax deed will, for tax deed to .Issue In accordance. with Loaded Shells and
flaA estate of Adc tin. C. Joy di-cuaoud. within F waue thereon on the lath day of January', A. law Paid certificate euibraces the following Factory accept no others.
tint tluiu preHorlhed by I..w. town Within V. 1094. .
described property t ualed In Volusla county, lJ./-
two years houR the date of tbU notice, or the \\itneati. my olQelul alifnature and seal., Florida, ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
r aume wilt bu foi'vVtir. barred.OEOHQC. the lllli day of December A. U. 1UU3.Ifenll NeVi( f.0.. :/ Tp U South Rang 28 East,
ti ,,, : J. HARKKR ) 8A l'l. D. JORDAN, 180 acres.
'9'. Ex..,u".r. Clk Circuit Court Voluala i County, Florida. Tbe said land being assessed at the date of

DeLand Fla.. this Dec. 16. 11)03.Georgia ) : the Issuance of such certificate in the name __ ______n____ ___ .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed of Poston &: Barber. Unless. said certificate = 4.
-- ---- -- ---' -
-. : :: :: shall bu redeemed.. law. deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888!!: according tax; <
Laws of will Issue. .. thereon on tb. 12tb; day of January.
-- A. D. 1904.Witness. \

hereby that :John my official signature and seal this ATLANTIC rCOASTrUNEI'\
Klven Martin the lltu day of December. A. D. 1908. _
The Great Health Drink!I Tax
Florida : lI"lelt'h';: :..r'J'RyO June' A.ttl'.orott'J\ (Seal bAWL D. JORDAN
Clk Circuit) Court .
r AND Railway saul eetlncate lu my ofllco und has made application Volusla County, Florida.
8.till SOdi Fountains E for tux deed to Issue. III accordancewith
Dispensed QMETTO : law. Maid certificate embraces the fol I C
,. I "Bawauea River Kouto." lowing deaerlbed property situated In Volu- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. :ai1r Hiti. CHiuntv.be .Iorld.. to wit:
u'a' .' Schedule la Effect June 28. 19uH. Syrup i U put up V4 of-ne Vi of nw 1-4 Sec 31 T IS South R 30 NOTICE is hereby given that the under --r' .

r for with Ice waterIn East has been .appointed Kxeoutor
mixing !:
'rh OIXIP Flyer. Quickstep The aulil land< being assessed nt the date of the last will .and testament of Marti Allen decensed Through Car Line From Flor '1
P. ', ,, I.v Paulka..r! ft ro pin 6 IftftiiiT tbe Summer time and IsHUunco. of .such certificate in the name of W. and all creditors legatees. distributees
,, Lvjiaokeoiivtlie. .... .7 COpni Mutu In WInter U. Last. I Her. L'nleiia. auld cttrtltUatn. ahalL berodeemed and all persona bavintf claims against said estate \
with hot water
4'- .ArVstdneta..11 U5 pnArTllton 11 VUamli accordlcm tolaw tax deed will Issue will present the same to the undersigned. )
,ta:1'., 1' .1285amArTordoln : Wpm I time. Specially adapted thereon on the lath day of January, A. D 1904 within two yean from this date or tb.y will CONNECTIONSaEAST ,
4ns- .... I4ft "mAr 1 4K pu, Witness my otHciul. signature und aeal. this be forever barred.This .-' .
"# ('(, Mncon... ........... ,..8 4O.m 4 10 piu745pni to family ue either asa the IHth duy of Uecember' A. O. lOUi.13m December 11, A. D. 1U08.CBiS. "
O. oC GA table drink L.l SAJJl'i. L). JOHUAN, W, Ruse, OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Say .
ArAtlanta '23.1D beverage/ or CUrK Circuit Voluala lu _
hI'i Court. County, Fla. Executor. TO THE I ton, Richmond and
; e N.U. &: 'T. L. taking the place of tea, WI8bingtn.'tbVIA
Chattanuova...:. 10<) pm 1 OOantt Pennsylvania Ra
I Ar Nnahvllle ..... 6 IMpm Mam a coffee etc. NOTICE OF Al'I'MOATION FOR TAX NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. ALL-RAIL. _ _ .
a., Iu..CeNT. R. It.A1'81. DEED UNDER SEC I ION 8 OF
a, ,' Loul.'I'' 08am ''I' ,24 pmArChicagi.10Viem CHAP TKH; faSt!, LAWS OF FLOllIUA. \JOT1CK Is hereby given that the under- TO The Louisville and Na.ble"I. Montonier/|
Ill signed executor will six months .after W EST '
L. N. K. R. Prices for Syrup : I Pint, data to-wit: On the 12tb day of June A. D. TH Tb. Mablls and '

Loulavllla .........i... 8 fOam It 88am406pm 23c.; :1 Quart 73.: t Gal- la hereby given that C L Hulobln- 19O4, present his final account* executor of Ohio Railroad vlk Monti
dWC .,Cincinnati ...'. .720aiuC. NOTICE the estate of Joan L. Hush deceased and .ask 0' .
, l.tIi.4 &: K. I. B. R. lon, $1.35. 1 Gallon, $2.50. dated the pure-haver''Iddny ol Tax Certificate No.W..a 160 that the same be allows and approved Via Savannah .and Ocean" Steamship Con .' ,
; of
' tt' '. rCbiciro<< ................ 916mm auld certificate In June, A. D., 1901. baa Tale December 11, A. D. 1_. Pblieielphjaand! Boston. UTOTHE
my ofnoo anil baa made ap
;ij C solid train. from, Jacksonville to Macon. Directions : Two tablespoon plication ion tax deed to Imuv In accordance CAS. W. EviL EAST I Via Norfolk Steamer for New YOJ I .
%t'w.'llI' Trains from Palntka connect at Valdoatawttb lulu used to a (f Idas of wIltD law Said certificate .,mbrao the fol x.cutcz.CITATION I
, &,iI.4,_ train going north fromJacksonville.. water. Coats less than 2c. lowing do." orlbmJ property altuated la Voluala. Baltimore I ,.

*aL WAZ2 Local Hlovpers on Dixie Flyer train for a (flang. co LotahQEjJK Florida to-wlt: OF .ADMINISTRATIoN VIA STEAMSHIP. Via Uavannsb and Merchant andMine f
u.;, Maaon remaining In dupot until 80a. in. L.htN&Osub lot 1 BUt W ""
Baltimore Phil ,
L. I'-a I'ullman Buffet Bleeping Car from Jack De Land. In Jud ..' fo ? I
1 aonvllle to St. Louis via above route without Trnpca1J1CKSOYILLE! Mannf actnrin G Ibe said land baln" assessed .t-tho date of Volusia County Florida.* Court (I : 'I '
om County
i' .,, Jlaoge of oar on Dixie Flyer train aliojs } any,I the Issuance. of such o"I'lI11o"t. in the name I IBy Key West Via nAND .
', '-, finest sleeper on as IBU train to of D. L. Lynch. Unless said certificate shall I the County .Tudge of aid County. I Peninsula. .
county otnwwi change. FLORIDA. be redeemed according to law tax deed will the Ian will and testament of --- ICoi
.i" ,-.-"" ";-.aji.l other Inrormistion, ad. IL'inK'lheraon. on tbe 19th day of January, A. WHEREAS B. Clacnar bas been admitted to HAVANA. Occidej '
k' woDlaIB will LJ"1..JFF'tERV, D 11104. piobate and record, in the County Judge' .
,- 'VBay8t. W. B. FUDGER WltncM my offloUl Ifrnataii and seal til oirart of Vohisla! iud '
iiaftiWd will the Idtb day ol Keo A. D., 1803. Whereas, Dr. OOdnt81'I0r1d. exccntor mt. ]
the Sold by> G. W. FISH EH. '
BAM'L D. JORDAN. therein named, refuses to qualify a* snob excntnr Mileage I th riUmloft
? 'Br7ezefln n' w..w. ALcorr. [Seal] Clark Circuit CUr$., ) and, ,
:New Smyrna intoTp"Smith .Iieceu,.__ -Wb. ..r aaJ, R. Turner the Sheriff of laid Intercbanleable Mileage Tickets go, _

h Bno greater claim totBettxr?" '. ... county, ban applied ta said court for letter la the Southern, .S" ..
fugtine Boiq --I of administration with the will annexsdt .
&R 4'. colleotor'i C ft1caIban any other man, Kt.OldDutih Tb..... are therefore, to cite and admonish I I .alentl. :.
LftllZiIie. Fesi01..., all.. Pullman Sleeper Port .,
not interfere lc ifeuccaF and singular the kindred and creditor of Tbroulh -
's d bio c.uididsoywilf and of thbt.flYe aid deceased. to be and appear before big. ;; via Atlantic Coast Lij .
1Ith anyAc&bcr .n '&i noptt ftFla. nan, Ooiirton or before tan IHtb day. ot For resarratlona and info
he two womeo and t oomth 1_. and file' objections If .Jana..1.A.D. write:
oojXffjO *3 I rnctly uponthesy.tn. tho blow! and tnuco have. to the granting of lottxrsas o
In hujlfiir h1all'7nnLtgb oiberwu the same will bo granted a* prs.ye4 i11 C.. BOYLSTON _
*'4U I for. .
the (renulho
Witness. my hand as Cotmnty. .ftid IJ9 af tD. 184 Commecia Agen"I -
county albvai. vbcitu. be., .D.1IIW. 3" LaH3cCOi.V. H, 'M. EMCRSON, .

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The last' coupon Ballot appears In Dwight Cameron Ordained. I 0.1.OFOI OI .

today's paper. The contest will close At St. Barnabas Kpiscapal church '

at noon on Thursday next, when the last SUBWay morning Dwight Frederic: TiRES

Toys AND Holiday Gifts o first and second prizes will be award- Cameron was ordained to the' Diacon.

ed. Cut out the coupons and send Rev Mr. Rick
ate by Bishop Gray. -
them in for your favorite.. The beau. ert of Orlando and Rev. C. W. Brew ALL ; KINDS

0 The time 1* again at hand to begin selecting 0 tiful little watch and book are awaiting iter of Orange/ City assisted, the for AND; PRICKS .
their claimants. Do not forget the ordination sermon
mer preaching
.. TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN, that 20 votes are given' for each new and the latter presented the candl

GIFTS FOR TOUR FRIENDS yearly subscription paid in advance date. The sermon moved many to AT BIGELOW .
next Thursday noon. tears, so full)) was it of love and kindly

Well Stocked Marsh Bros deal in the Best Florida counsel. The church was crowded. -
We. Are With
Meats. Polite attention. Quick* Mr. Cameron has been identified with The price of rubber has 1

i delivery. Volusla county for over twenty years.
' Toy, Dolls, Drums, Horns, Trains, Engines, Automobiles, F. E. Bond expects to purchase a He is fhe grandson of Major George/ gone way up, but a largelot
>f }O Albums, Fancy Boxes and Baskets, Shaving Sets, Mirrors, bought before the rise
10-horse place it in his
Comb and Brush Sets, Hand Bags and Toilet Goods. Soap, 0 power engine, II. Norris, who did so much to developthe ]
yx r Perfumes and a great many Goods suitable for gifts. shell pit south of .town ani raise the section from Highland Park allows us to sell at for

r ( shell to the surface. The teamsters northward through Olenwood. Mr. mer pricesWHILE <$

WE INVITE YOU n V<1 find it very hard to get their loaded Cameron received his training at I

AND INSPECT OUR LINE.CL2LID U I IJ. e teams out of the shell pits, and that a Worcester Academy, Stetson (Academic THEY LAST -

much larger, load could be carried if Department), Cornell Uoiver

the shell could be loaded on the sur city and the Theological Department .
face. ?-Km>KK>-KHK>+0KK>-K>KW<) ,
- - - - - - The University of the South, Sewanee,

K- Admiral Schley Pecan trees at E. Tenn.
-, 0 o'obc-aooooooooooooooqoooooc- Mrs. Haz en returned to DeLanc H. Ilayward's. Also fine Camphortrees At the evening service three candidates FOl o4OFO' O.foO+O.IOFO+o--o..o.o---o'O; ; a .Ow+oeo- .,y .

g Local and g w the first of the week.J. that must be removed. 62 were confirmed by Bishop Gray,

Personal g \V. Perkins has! purchased lot on A two-horse team driven by a negro who preached on the Apostolic Rite A Merry Xmasl! .
| I
of Hands, Confirma
of or
Laying on
New York Ave, next to O. T. Haynes, created havoc on the Boulevard Wednesday f
f ooooooooooooooooooooooooocMr from Mrs. E. T. Gross; consideration, ", morning/ by running away. tion.

Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Gordon arrived $400. The lot has a frontage of 140 The negro jumped out and was In Since tbe foregoing was written I

: ; the first of the week from Vlr feet and runs back to Howiy avenue. jured. The wagon was demolished and Rev. Dwight Cameron has been appointed -

:vglnta. They will spend a week or sot one of the horses seriously Injured.For assistant minister to Rev. SANTA r BMLL'SFine /
The ladle!! of the W. C. T. U. will Mr. Fuller! the rector of Trinity AT
.I' visiting relatives in DeLand, and then
ti" have a sale of fancy articles ou Sat Loan-$800 on good security on church, Miami, for which place he
< go to Micanopy, where Mr. Gordon DeLand property. Enquire:: of C. OJodrlngtou. CLAUS
19 in the
December vacant
urday, will leave either Saturday or Monday
will take charge of the Presbyterian", 1"
church. Cleaveland more. Will nerve supper accompanied by his mother, Mrs.

in the evening; charges 15 cents. The There are two more trading' days 0. F. Cameron:

< Mrs. David Miller, of Freeport, L.1. public is cordially Invited. i tills. week and four next week before Florida Alligator Leather Goods,

I., is the guest of l\1raa. and Miss Harriet .tinas. Do not put off your purchases Beautiful China Ware
on Rich Rev. R. J. Carson, D. D.,will preachat Post Case Postponed. ,
avenue. Jiitll. ] the last day, if you want time
the First M. E. church Sunday and convenience in tbe stores. Remember In the United States Court at Jacksonville Novelties, Curios, Stationery,
O. J. Hill arrived in DeLand the morning at 11 o'clock, and the pastorIn I in the of
also, that the clerks and on Monday, case
first of the week from the Isle of the evening at 7:30: ; subject: "The proprietors will be rushed on \y..dnes.dry i Helen Wllmans Post, C. C. Post and Hosiery and Handkerchiefs,
Pines and will spend the holidays influence of the ". All arc
manger. and Thursday, and you will) have Charles F. Burgman, charged with usng Considering
with his family here. cordially invited. All at Reasonable Prices
lo: wait your turn if you put oft your the malls for fraudulent purposes Quality.

H. and S. liraduock: of Seville spent Mrs. H. D. Bracey has returned trading until then. Be a considerate In operating a mental science business .

Monday with friends In DeLand. home after an extended visit to MarIon shopper, and do your trading early tbe application for a postpone. TOYS IN PROFUSION' '
-. further heard and the ,
county, where she went to care nt was upon
H. C. LaSaml was Initiated by Magnolia Fresh day, at Alcott'
for her daughter, who has been very oysters every report of Dr. J. D. Fernandez, of Jack Dolls Etc. i
Lodge, No. 21, I. O. O, F. Mon. Mechanical Toys Etc
sick, but is now improving. For Rent-A !large furnished room, son vllle,whom the court ordered on last ,

,, I with five windows. Enquire of Mrs.J. Saturday to go to the home of C. C. And a Lot of other Good Things.
'I'" '' Hellsn. H. A. Tanner, J. J. Banta Rev. T. J. Sparkman came home r. Cairns Post at Seabreeze, Fla., and ascertain

Fait Charles Smith have returned Monday evening from Lakeland, I he )) able
whether or not was physically
where he had been superintending W. C. Cannons has received another at 85 cents.
IJ'. The $1.25 Ping-Pong
Q' e from Jacksonville. where they onslgnmcnt of handsome rigs. to appear, Dr. Fernandez reported
work on his large grove interests", to I
tiY lot a weeTJontne U S grand jury. Administration )(>KHO4{ <>K>*OO+O+O+O+O+3
t; '/v'i attend a meeting of the -

) / [IV and Mrs. Ray Conrad will be Committee of Stetson University, o.-o-o.-o.-o..o..o.-o..o..o..o..o.O.-o.oo-o-o--o.-oo-o-OeO+OO<>O<>'-o t

i guests' of !Mr. and Mrs. A. II.all which was held Tuesday morning.Presbjterlan Conference Assignments. Death of II. S. Halley.

i- during the holidays. church-StraDa-ers are ; 1 i The following appointments have Henry S. Halley, of Paynes Depot,
= ::
I' = who well known in DeLand
Ky. was
A. C. Haynes has arrived from cordially invited to all services. Sunday been made for the East Coast dill'

Rapids, Mich., and w ill as usual school at 10 a. m.: divine worship!: rict of the M. E. church, South: having spent several winters here

J''! ..>t'I the winter in DeLand lookinghis at 11, sermon, "How to have a good F. Pasco-Presiding/ elder. with his family, died at his home In

f 1 ::t; : extensive", peach aud orange' Christmas"; Westminister League at CHICKENS AND TURKEYS.WANTED Key West, Firs Church-E. A. Bar. Kentucky last week, from spinal ineningltls. .
Mr. 63 of
> Halley was years
Y.jt sts. 6:30: p.m ; Christmas service In the ison. '
La Trinidad-To be sup age at the time of his death. A widow
church on Sunday at 7:30: p\m. Key West,
" //jj i 4 and Mrs. Barlow and three and four children survive him.
Christmas tree on Christina eve at plied.
't l'I I& arrived from Kentucky ont S.Scott. .
: 7:30.: Prater meeting Wednesday Key West, Spark's Chapel-
: > ay and will spend the winter in Memorial Chapel-J. COUGHING SPELL CAUSED
) at 7 pm. Key West,
lb ad. The children have entered DEATH.
( The Sund- school of the First M A'l' Beers.
ltti ,bllc school. "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years
t I,. ,(,ts .. E. church will give an entertainment THE MARKET Key Largo-J. Otis choked to death early yesterday morning -

I. :. :Wm. Scott, of Orange City, was in the church Christmas!: night at 7:30.: Biscayne Bay Mission-To be sup- at his home, in the presence of hu

, s.. pt, I nt caller at THE NEWS office It will be something new and pleas E. L. "" lied. wife and child He contracted a slight
: "LX THE'CORNERCASH Lemon City and Delray-To be supcold a few days ago and paid but little
and will be heartily enjoyed by
:\ d ,morning.rV ing, ,. he
attention to it. Yesterday morning
f' ;;" both old and young. All are cordially plied. was seized wh:. a fit of coughing i whichcontinued
,J"A pupils' recital will be given on invited. Mian .*,'C. A. for some time. His wife sent _

' Friday-:;?evening/ December 19, at I West ilm Beach-H. Hlce.' for a physician but before? he could ar*. _. _-.,-
; recent prominent arrivalsat Stewart--T..
3o'eV6ck sharp, in the auditorium, by Among WAY Fort Pierce and rive, another coughingspell came on
pupil*:of tbe Music Department of the the Putnam are: Hon. O P. Sblraa 'ompkles. and Duckwell died from) suffocation.-
and Mrs. Shir as, Dubuque, Iowa; lion, Mission-T. M. White. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. t.
University. Admission free. A cor- __ __..._..._..._...._-""- _-""- _-""- .........n..n..n..n..n..n..n..n..n..n._._ "' "' Indian River St. Horehound Syrup ...
is extended to all. L. L. Shedden: Plattsburg, N. Y.; U"'U''V..U'----- ------- ------'-' Tltmvllle and Cocoa-W. T. Shoe 1901 Ballard's:
dlaUjlyitation would have saved him. ace, SOC and
: Mrs. C. H. Beard and children, Chi maker.
1#:'E. Bates returned DeLand on cago. Judge Sblraa has just retired Howe's London Shows exhibited to that he found Post confined to his New Smyrna and Port Orange-To $t.oo at all druggists. Ube

Mondayr Mr. Bates will have charger I from the bench of the Federal courtof good crowds in DeLand Monday after room and:! in a very emaciated condition supplied. Times-Union: and THE J I,

. > the office at the College Arms Iowa and is a brother of Chief Justice noon and evening. The show left and suffering from an attack of Daytona-W. A. D1 yors. NEWS The one Dally year for $ti.

gain; this year. Sblras of the U. S. Supreme: ', Monday night fnr Palatka, where it ]pneumonia, and that It would be ten DeLand Mission-J. E. Mlckler. _
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Court. Judge Shlraa, who has reached' exhibited on Tuesday From there it j lays or two weeks before he would be Fruitland and Volusla-H, S. Miller.

I ,St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Sun. threescore and ten In the service of proceeded to Savannah, disbanded and physically able to go to Jacksonville PalatkaSupplied by A. L.

,., y, December 20, 10 a.m., Sunday his country, now draws, a pension of went into winter quarters for the and appear in court. Upon this Information ward. 4 Wood.CASTOR IA I '

001 and practice of Christmas season. Owing/ to the approaching the application for a postponement .
Sam. Mr.
from Uncle
per year Mrs. R. P. Moore has rented the For Infant and Children.
ins; 11 a.m., choral service with Shedden is here to settle up the estate disbandment of the circus, a great I was granted, and the case was house known as the Hamilton House,

mon by Rev. C. W. Brewster; 7:30: of the late Cyrus Waters. His! many of the attractions been lost I net for trial on January 28th next. furnished it completely and lit now Tha Kind You Have Always Bought -,, "

; ., evening/ service with sermon by law partner is >cretary of state of before its visit to DeLand. On the large number of government witnesses I prepared to take tourist or students. -

&. v. Dwight Cameron. Chr. tmas New York. whole the exhibition very good. I had arrived to tesitfy at the I Good fare, comfortable, neat bedBears theSlgnaturo
$7 week.
Rates, $2 per day, per
r;; there will be service with sermon trial 1 of this celebrated case which had Special!rooms.: rates for season or school: of .

... 10:30: a.m. The children's service Mrs. W. C. Cannons and little Em. Mr. Keddie, the /golf Instructor at been set for Tuesday. I I year. ]

Christmas tree will be kid the ftJa have just returned from a trip to the College Arms arrived from the' 1 ,- ,-

ht before Christmas at 7:30: in the Jacksonville.Mrs. North Wednesday evening. | 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000

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I I2yprcas
rch. J. H. Kruse returned home on O o
church there will be
At the Baptist O o ,:
i. 'mp, No. 13, Woodmen of Wednesday, after spending eight reudered, on Christmas eve, the song/ O O STORE HEWSx o :1

I "orWr; Sow hoe 92 members. weeks in St. Luke's hospital, Jack service, "The story that never ..rrow8old" O

sonville. Mrs. Kruie! is much better, with the custom O
this O 4
; oo
i ; Charles: A. Dlckersonr recently but still very weak as an after effect of Santa Claus, who O oo
appearance O
1 years neS8 in salesman Miami for and the for late nuin-W. of the operation. ary this year will dispense with tne ser O O G. A. :nREKA: : sic co. o

The Cranford Club was hospitably vices of his reindeer. The distribution O o
iveland, Is now clerking/ a O o
.department store in New York. entertained Wednesday afternoon by of presents will be the grand O O Triplicate and hand mlrrows, 50 Handy atomizers, cold glass and o

av; Herbert, also has a good pc- Mrs. C. B. Rosa. Mrs. Fred Smith fiealea9' usual. O YOU MAYBE cents to $0 each.Handsome red rubber bulb, 35c. o o

'.h his uncle, who la in busl- won first prize.Miss Services on Sunday at the Baptist O O leather suit caesi Cold Mermen's cream Talcum and camphor Powder ice, 18,19c.cts. o o +
Ida Erhart arrived Wednesday of O SO RRY -' good for a lifetime, $5 00 to $7.50 o
!ork. on church will be commemorative O _- each. Keystone Talcum Powder, 1-2 lb., o

: from Philadelphia and will spend Christmas., There will be special mu O o
Fish visited several O Trunks suitable for men and wo 20c.Box
several months here.D. sic by the choir both morning and O If you buy your Christmas presents paper, oblong and square,, .o
u IDC coast this week. men 10 and loc.
evening. The sermon In the morningwill O before you visit Oeo. A. Dre-- 1,000 neck-ties, almost any color, .0o
O Extra quality hair comb, very ,
\ ,X Hudson was shaking B. Paxton has rented Mrs W.; w.Cleaveland's be-on "The wise men from the O ka & Co. We have very choice selection 25 to 60 cents; fine white puff ties, strong, GOc; baby brushes, fine camo "' '.

\ '' '\-t.2nd friends on Mon- store, and, his said, will East." In the evening there will be a O O exclusive design and paterns 75 cents el's hair, white backs, 25 and 50c. o .n
.. open a wholesale grocery store. and residents 0'embracing useful and ornamental Mess belts and suspenders, 25 to Beatlful dolls in fine bisque an do o
Visitors ,
has service.
,-on- purchased aCllY' song O 75 cents. German Imported cloth, some 25, o
-oe a where she exomelnthefuture.- Marsh Bros are now handling the %re cordially)) Invited to these services. O O gifts for everybodyto Automobile and hand bags, 50c. 50, 75, OEc each. o 1

\> finest western meats.FISH .- ,..._ ..--- O anybody. to 2.95 each. Nothing. nicer than a silk skirt, g p .
k O *.. Ladles' and gents' purses 2uc. to or dress. Taffeta silk, 75c:, Si, o
-- Baseball Game. O and umbrellas 26 $2.50 each. : !
O Ladles gents 91.25, 91.60, all wananted. o
' A four Inning game of baseball was O anc128-lncb. sterling sliver, pearl, Tbe largest China cup you ever Perfection black peau de sole, o
at the athletic O and natural wood handles, tight saw-a regular jumbo moustache double face, soft finish and will not o o h
j played yesterday O O roll with 20th century runner, and plain, 40 and 60 ce'ntl each. split, 91 the yard. o "
r .. .'. grounds between the unlver.ltyand O 2.50 to 86 each. Men' and boys' heavy glove, 25 shades of Japanese and tafletta o e ,c
nA. town; resulting In a score of 4 to 3 In O Kid Gloves, ladles and gents: strong and warm. i silk, 60c to 91. o o

.' .". O suede. etc.,$2.60 for 98c. cakes We have In this de. o %
. .. cold weather the play. etc.
; and
.. ;. of practice O Handsome stole front lace colLadles capes and coats, 93 60 and partment more good things "than o '?
fog was a little ragged on both sides. O $3 95. 81 for 91.93.Children'. "
'wit'h. O lar '&.50 to you can shake a stick at. In ev o
in an aquarium, Tbe batteries were Taylor and Kurtz O dents' comb and brush cases, heavy coats, $1.75 -for ery department we are ready for o o '

< and moss complete, for the town; Reid and Pounds for O O shaving sets, and companion, beautiful 08c. 0 to 12 year Christmas and ready for you. If 8 r. '
1 and useful $1.95 to$4.50. Fine white blankets and soft can't come, send mall order; .
U J) Stetson. __ A Roman and oriental busts and comfortl.'o '11 treat you,right. ,,4.
L irt* O figures, (see our window) 75 eta. to Men's, women's and children's Sample sent on requ... '
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; present Adjudged Insane. ,. $6 each. hoes each pair fully warranted- dollar sent out of f. ,,
f .. real nice In steel k'no." the kind we selL .
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Z. T. Williams. of Oak Hill was g s pastelle and colored photo., 25 cts. Ladies' black mercerized petti tay. .9. 1-1o
brought to DeLand the first of the to $0 eacb. coat, better than silk, 08c to 92.95

Candies week, examined before the county O Fine odd and single piece of eacb; some beauties.
O China useful and ornamental I, Fine cologne and toil*. if
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I>EKLTKU Some excellent specimens of
t, COUNTY their dally class work will be displayed I
tti In the studio! commencement. China
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SKl>l n rilauul !,OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOplluutlon E//POR/4 .. Mr.'J.. A. Harper's horse -bat eaten painting! now: taught, in addition to *
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wits. h..v.It .". eeyorewtleo9'range' City 0 Felt', residence. The latter gentleman flreing- china will soon arrive.
Emporia, December: 16.-John Dil- The students and residents enjoyeda
0 know .
acre.. 0 lard and Mitchell Stone took In the .waats to ; the why.

4'' the 1'uesaldlandbelnlt tNlnlulo"or suo"or 00000000000000000000 big show at DeLand on Monday. They :' Mr. Charlotte Cade has been spend- December rare entertainment 5, by the "Three the evening Bostonians of- j WHY NOT MAKE YOUR HOME ABL

.a.'::.iIl N bs, rmatl.Leduwo1Ud U..City, December 16.-Mr.Lee went downon horseback: and returned ,a few days with Mrs. D. O. Bricker. who: __
marked talent
... ......'eT'tiiureiim'turned from Cuba Thurs- tb- cir- Mrs D. O. Bricker has been eerl- displayed TWOCOATS or .
/ \:: following day, bringing the and skill In music and impersonation. : _
day."lie .thinks the country Is all cus with them. We expect to see It ouslyill for. some time. Mr. Brlcker .

r right, and the people a funny' set. billed for here real .jjoon. Eb, boys. was sent for Sunday and promptly One ence of with the her ladles birdlike charmed whistling the audi-accompanied !, ;f\t.\ TlIEllLffllSMlLLlCAN. Bf.StI

.;<>(, \ Mr. and Mrs. Drlffenbacb came In Miss Helen, Florence Mann, principal rived that night. We are 'glad to an-- .
.!'i It:... Friday noon and took: poaesalon of the of our school l, spent Sunday" In Se- nounce that she la improving with the mandolin and I \r WLLDOiT. .w
\:. ..- ; new.botel. They think they can get elation was shown by tae. heartfelt piano. The selections!: rendered on the .
veji l ville, the guest of her sisters i' \ J 1 rovEItSMOsrjer.v.l
)l,, p .. ready for guests in about ten days. Mr. Spice Braddock of Seville was applause which greeted each selection Italian harp by another were much W [ WEARS LONGEST

<. :'. .1' : They are the right people In the right seen on our streets Sunday night. We but all voted the little farce entitled enjoyed. "" \.ll Af.

{'... ;" : '. ..' place, practical hotel keepers. They wonder why? "The Carriage Driver and how Last week Bishop Wilson visited \ ..;:.,. rtl GUAtyNTEED' roOOI-WUl. 5T
the Seminary, and preached us a + .
} ) have a very pretty little hotel here; Mrs. Henry Davis of Tltusvllle has I lIe Did n't Get'Ea ,"by Misses Carolyn ': '- "\ ,,/....
',':;' '/-".' modern In all Its appointments. Miss been visiting: her sister, Mrs. M. J. Pye and Ulldegarde Mann and Messrs. grand sermon. With him were Revs. :
I., : does J. A. Harper and "Bill the J.P. Hilburn, I. S. Patterson and Mr. ;: LEADED OIL BY AT LEAST sopataJftJ'
) "" M. Dickinson never ttlngs by Davis, the past week. .Bally. : ;r ( ,

:." -ill I .'.'':.'' halves, and this pretty hotel Is a Mr. J. P. Felt Is very busy picking, best on the program. Hendry. OSTEEN.. STUDENT. ffcXi.xV'! ;
0' { ',::)", proof of It. packing and shipping his for The community; was saddened Wednesday -- J' ; \
oranges i ffG
IJ 1 '; ,t.jl'M'.( and Mrs. W. C. Gray entertained the Christmas; market. by the death of Mrs. Thompson A stale bank is soon to be orga- ': i > i

-".. ;- .... /r.:. Major and Mrs. Brenna Tuesday at The nuelc rendered by the Brad- at the home of.her. daughter, nized at Green Cove Springs. Manyof 1>;., I 1:: I \\\ f/t PMNr&COLOR MAKERS
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;, < : dinner. haw orchestra on Monday night was Mrs. T. F. Drudy. For some time Mrs. the local merchants are taking '
cottage Thompson has been sufferer bear- stock. C:! .rSW: *' CHICAGO U.SJV.
The FInney improvements simply fine; such serenading U seldom a <-'-T"" .

't" .: .:{r' I\. }We nearly completed. It will be very heard ia this city. ing.It with patient resignation until -. '. .*&&;{:&!Irrhe" \.1":>:'"" .
death relieved her. An Impressive
\ A merry party invaded the home of
,;';; \ Wm. Kolman drove to DeLand Mr. F. D. Harper on Tuesday eveninglast. service was held at the Baptist church 4k ;:nnREARDVpCVJU

\.i.! afternoon on business. The time was very pleasantly Thursday morning by Rev. William
1 Jetty.crutches L. H. Ryland returned Friday spent in drinking cane juice and make Stones. of Palatka, after which the toR .

,;. hospital, where he has been ing candy, after which they /gave body was laid to rest In the Emporla WHO OAMHOT BE OURED.

till for the past three months. t'iree cheers and a tiger for "Uncle cemetery. So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce'

;trt\.. ''- "J"r. about by the aid of two Frank" and loudly wended their way Mr. and Mrs. James Harper and lit. Favorite Female Prescription Weakness, proven in all formsof
\' '"' and foot He thinks tle daughter, Ruth, of Pablo Beach, Prolapsus or Falling
'o\'ilI V' a sling. homeward.Mrs. i of Womb, and Leucorrhea, that, after overa
Ih: he will have the use of his foot In time J. W. McBride very pleasantly who are visiting Mr. Harper's parents third of a century's experience in curing Racket Store
the :
worst these .
1! t,",:":" as well as ever. entertained a few friends at her homeon at West Pierson, were in town debilitating cases ailments ri Dr. Pierce distressing now feels an' ,

Mr. C. F. Couch of Washington, Pennsylvania avenue last evening. Monday calling on friends fully wsua.. ed in offering to pay $500 it I:

..!;; r Conn., is a guest of the Freeman Misses Anna Purdon and Daisy McBride 'THE PIEMAN.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. cash he cannot for any cure.case of these diseases which J. A. EHICKSOW Proprietor.

,." House. and Mr. James Purdon of Bar- IT STANDS ALONK.-The "Favorite Pre I ,

t Mr. J. H. Shultz and wife of Philadelphia bervllle were visitors In town on Sunday I only scription"remedy stands for these alone, as the one and DRY GOO1, SHOES, HATS NOTIONS: NOVELTIES JEWELRY -
distressingly com-
Pa., and Mr. and Mrs E. P. I | Notes from mon forms of weakness possessed of such MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC.
Schllcher of Norrlstown Pa. InI positively specific curative properties as to
: ; came Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moody of warrant It. makers in proposing, and Agent for (the SINGER, the best Marline in the world. All kind of
Saturday evening They are doing West Emporla spent Sunday with I. "I Florida Seminary o binding themselves to forfeit as we, the Sewing Machines tel>ailed aid tarts fniti: .ltd.
#e the state of Florida In a hurry. They their daughter, Mrs. J. W. McBride. 00000000000000000000000000Sutherland e undersigned proprietors of that wonderful

9 left Monday for Tampa; while here Dr. DeLong is kept busy these days remedy in legal hereby money do of the to pay United the States sum of in$500 any Best and cbeai.t-st) HARNESS in (t1.e city, Irrri( 's r tot .;...l I-r
: I they were guests of the Freeman among the sick of this place. December 10.-Our first cane of the above disease. in which after a kir A BOOT AND KUOE REPAIR HI1OP IN: COSSEC1'ICN.-: :
'. term of seventeen weeks almost over fair and reasonable trial of our treatment I I
T House. fail .. ., ,
Mr. W. W. Mattison has been have we to cure. No other medicine for d' -
i is
and we are sure, there a marked im- .
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is I I
.... .., ,; Mr. Joseph Clark's cottage is about ing quite a tussle with bronchopneumonia proveiKent over the same period last backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;

l;.:. finished. They ? w Miss Abby Dunlap is quite ill since this he l Is of the unparalleled curative prop.
.) at writing slowly improving.Mr. work accomplished. The..tot.al number enies that would warrant its manufacturers
: ? she came with a hard cold. But she J. W. Frank is quite sick with enrolled Is 1C5; 45 of this number are in.making such an offer ; no other remedy -i-C' F--+1-

Ii;. III V.....:.... ie Improving at present writing. grippe. Dr. DeLong Is attending him. girls who board lu the main building;34& has such such a remarkable a record of offer.cures on which to bade JOHN B. STESTON UNIVERSITY

.7;". Mr. and Mrs James Walden, Miss Mrs. Howard, wife of the late JohnL. boys are at the other dormitory; also) Therefore, insist on having Dr.Pierce' ,
Favorite Prescription and turn backon
.' i ..:- Fanny Trobrldge and Miss Nettleton Howard, spent Saturday and Sun a large number of day pupils attend. any unscrupulous. dealer who your would DE LAND. FLORIDA.

I j M-0',," {k drove to DeLand Tuesday morning.We day with Mrs. T. F. Drudy. As every girl student here except insult your intelligence by attempting to y -- -

j .> !i-, are glad to say Mrs. S. C. Fuller Mrs. Deloii Dolllver of Rldgeway, three or four, Is taking instrumental I foist under upon the plea you that nome"it inferior is just substitute as Rood.", JOHN F. FOltUKS, I'll. D.LIIEKT J. I'JUtBJUl I.L. B.,

;.. 'Iir-: Is getting better of her illness. Herdaughters Penn., arrived 1-10nday.evenlng to music, It has been suggested that we Insist on having the article which has a 1.r..I..l'ut. !>*...
) have taken turns this record of a third of a of and
past century cures --
Y spend a few weeks with her cousin, add "Conservatory" to its name-
which ia backed those
by willing to forfeit
week In staying home to take care of
." her. Mr. Mattison. Florida Seminary and Crnservatory.Much $soo if they cannot cure you. Winter Term Commences Monday, January 4, 190.
.. P Mr. J. J. Beers is transacting business attention is given to vocal mu- In case. attended by a leucorrheal drain
\ -. Mrs. St. John and daughter, Helen, a solution of Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets
\" went doer: to DeLand Monday. to seethe In DeLand this week. sic as well. should be used conjointly with the use of TWO YEAKS: {'Ol'ISE-The: Uiw Department' of John D. Stetson!
circus. Dr. DeLong was called to Volusia /.s a proof of the excellent work ,. the "Favorite Prescription." They are sold % University gives a Two Year.' l'UllhC', leading tw tbe l>erce -
done' in this line, the pupils are required :-' by all druggists or sent postpaid to any of IJL H. ,
Eucbre ClubJ. on Sunday to attend Mrs. P. Higgins, address, on receipt of 25 cents in
it.- Our Tuesday Evening to take turns in playing for stamps.
DEGREE: ADMITS TO THE BAIL Miploma of the law -
Send cents in for Dr.
31 stamps Pierce'
met as usual at Library Hall. There who Is quite sick. exercises and for the marching
'. chapel I Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address ment of John It. Hit-twin (TnU>..iily| admit. to the IVsr.
.. ., were seven': tables. Miss Maud Brew- Last week a jolly party took a straw into and out of the dining hall. i I WORLD'S DISPENSARY Buffalo, N.Y. 'LOIUIU I'LKAIMNU: AND iA.TIfE-A: ; Special Course In .' paI';
liter carried off the ladies' Brat honors ride to Pierson. Each of the party. They also give enjoyable recitals 1, Weak and sick women ate invited to Pleading and Practice under a prominent 1 -
again! this week; Mr. McCormick the from time to time.. ,I consult Dr. Pierce by letter free. All Florida Mar will extend throughout lh.- school l *
. I gentleman's first honors; Mrs. Paul waa called upon for airecltatlon or' The Art Department has made an correspondence is held as strictly private. THE J.IUU.\ltr-'l'he Law Ul.r.iry of John U Stetson" year CalTr.tty lathe
-.ifi and Mr. Fenn the consolations. sng and all responded. The appre- unsurpassed record in, number of pu- Address Dr. Pierce'Dr. R.Pellets V. Pierce cure, Buffalo.biliousness.N. Y. beat In Florida with possibly one exception.For .

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