The DeLand weekly news

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The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title:
De Land weekly news
Running title:
Weekly news
Place of Publication:
DeLand Fla
L.H. Eldridge
Creation Date:
January 9, 1903
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
29.02889 x -81.30055


The DeLand Weekly News was founded in 1887 and succeeded by the DeLand News in about 1907. Christopher O. Codrington served as editor for both newspapers. A well-known DeLand newspaperman, Codrington also published the Florida Agriculturalist; he was also involved in a 1908 libel case (Steward v. Codrington, et al.) involving railroad owner and county judge Isaac A. Stewart. The interests of the railway loomed large in DeLand--the seat of Volusia County. First settled in 1874 and originally named Persimmon Hollow after its persimmon trees, the community was at first accessible only by steamboat. This situation changed with the visit in 1876 of Henry DeLand, a New York industrialist, who renamed the town and re-envisioned its future as a center for agriculture, particularly for citrus, and for tourism. Soon afterward, the tracks of the Georgia, Florida, and Key West Railway Company came to DeLand, running south from the Georgia state line to New Symrna on the Atlantic coast. DeLand enjoys a reputation as a city of firsts. It was the first community in Florida to have electricity. It was home to the state’s first private university, Stetson University. Later, it would host Florida’s first law school, established in 1900 at Stetson University. DeLand was known as the “Athens of Florida” because of its outpouring of cultural activities--extraordinary for Florida at the turn of the century. The town’s influence would later wane as political and economic power shifted toward Daytona Beach. Both the DeLand Weekly News and the DeLand News provided extensive coverage of local developments, and the papers duly noted the comings and goings of prominent visitors, including John B. Stetson, the Philadelphia hat manufacturer and philanthropist for whom Stetson University is named. In 1921, the DeLand News merged with another local weekly, the Volusia County Record founded in 1888. The product of their union was the DeLand News and Volusia County Record.
Cf. Rowell, 1891.:
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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-.t.e feature'VUJ' b e ,/ Clay In Chancery sitting on the 23rd day of A & C \ .IJ )// :. 8J. .8
e a BusinessMen Dee..mberJIIW., In It certain cause. therein "
"w .oIve by Dana:Thompso n- A rural free fan Item in the pendlnir wherein The Pennsylvania Company' .'. ....Ils 1'I.JI
>* .ertJsed to dive n. ICB. !tie birth of a for Innurunce on Lives and Orantlnir Aiiuultl U 1-2 of no |: .I.. : 18 .1
from a t ye established a quart cupPli -OF DELAND.MRS. .- *... Iscomplafnt.and the Jacksonville,Tumpu He 1-4 dl ne i :i .IJI.1
;> ;'et bfjb, turn a somersault ..ll I the article told, Ac Key Went Hallway Company, Alien WII- N 1-3, 1-4. : =
009 Into i llamn I114 Williams., Hoburt H. ('C'oluinun Nl81a. .'. .. .. _. { ) 8
yO a tub ( f water to do. Icago carrobauy tell also VI DA Z. 11AKKECKB.: M. D., II I
; tt rfe Archibald Hoirers: H. T. Kendall, HS Awtirneuof of nw .1 1l
I ten feet square. ..'" y .I1Rht. log a cement knees and misery Robert H. oil-man: :the Chut hum National t sw 1.'.. ... I;. ;:*: I"" JI J/ B '

The tbe Ga at advent Hunk Kdwni-d: H. McDonald, Harriet Wn Ik w. N.1.... .. ', :. .,:: 8
th I conipazAI ) a cost1'1 baby's Physician and Surgeon.New : ; s
L age Frank W. Pjpe, and the Mississippi l Valley IW 1- .... ..! ot 1 SSS
gen, Coi, defendants I will All JI l '
I and our wltbYi1 Realty |>nny are viler -
p- Invited "'- TLe Viriti/ children thetIIJg. York Ave., OeLauil (0'11Otllce Hours: for siilu. !and Bell to the highest bidder. for ouHh I'1-4 .. .. 23 \: 1
: I Ity toy11Y to ., tlon will via/'tnv//' and' it is the tolJN.I 2Lo4anit7to9pi. Itt PUblic outcry, before the Court House 1- nw 1-4. nw JG 4J.1',300
tui-nlS door of tho said County of Clay, State' of Florida of ne I-l, Jof 1'1 11 79'
m> I batrd ing the conommon '> testimony! 1KU. A. DAVIS M. D., In the City of Green Cove Hprlnirs therein so 1- e I- of e'I.::.. / ,t JI )1 1' '
pukes and daughter, Mil. ii that the 'I on tho first Monday In February A. u. 1MOJ, All 3 I 8lo
Y* kof E J III ele I lag .Kiel)re U3e of Dr. Pierre's the sumo being the. second lay or wild month, All .. Ul ; a ,.
ast Plttsburg, Pa., ar- Indl- guests of Favorite Physician and Surgeon and u. I legal Bales day within the ICRII/ houra of All :tl 18 U4O.40( .
Thursday. tj1 I'rearrip- sale, the; property described, In .laid decreo UBlullowa 1H 3 INM.M 1181.
\ Theyare keep- tion Ollioo llutiru 8 A.. to 13 1 to 5 and Ito AJ..I 8 ra.w
be IV -' \ir not only pro- : M. 11.1 : Irt H4 ) ..J., .
In Andrew Baldrldge's J1Urfl. '. motes the mother's 8 p. II.Sp""I,1 The mortgaged property mentioned and de- All 31 18 tf4 11.0 ":J I
.,4 I gfd $ ,attention to inldwlfoy and surgery scrlbbd In said decree and In the bill of complaint W l-2of W 1-3 I R ID 30 7W.1 "f. : ,
health but also
on University avenue. gives Calls nnnwereil sLimy hour. Otllce In ree- In saul "cause particularly described In Lot* i and 3 (or nci'4)). uLotn2,3and4 IU 1.3.11 ) ,4"4,
Hannah Mechenfelter Fe her strength to give I liloiic-v, Iiullnntt AvenutweSt of Court Kxhlbltv "0" thereto exoepUus' the landstheretofore 7 3 14.t6 : ,
: ;/ Miss '. her child. 11 01t11... sold described in Exhibit "Ii" to No 1-4. nwl-4 of se 1-4. .. II 3 21.11 (' .,
and Miss Casel, all of ,. "Favorite Prescription -.----- the nulj bill, to-wit. situate, Ijlnir and beltiK Nw l-4ofnw 1-4. s l-9or \ U 2.0 20:
.c'k p, on I lOJ In thu counties of Ureard..Clay, CltrtiH, Undu, nw 1-4.. ... 1 19 81 138.87 e.
eJ Pa., came in Friday even a\ accomplishes Dlt. o. It. HUNTER, I)8oto! Lake Lee, Manatee, MIII'lon. Monroo E 1-2 of nu 1-4 si of iT44
,- 'ts these results Orange Unceola St. Johns. Bumpier Voluslu, I swr 14limiireyed. .. .... -. 2 111 81 133.4ft .
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(' -- / \ / are boarding! at the Bolo. by tranquilizing thee A priiclIllDiier ol':27 years In New York City, Polk und Putnam In the btate of Florldii, and ; portion.;;: i: : .:: I 15) IU 81 UO.OO: "..o.

.,. I Willis, Miss Underhill Miss e '.. a now lociitcil on New York Avenue, oppo- described as follows: Lnaurteycd portion... 1 IU 81 UO.O l ,
Jierve promoting UliHiirvej portion ne of 'f'.i
The sItu rolluKH Arnm Hotel.FrcHiripl .
all of Rochester, N. Y., 'x the' "qalthiy appetite IIMIH of Auiti,'Ian llomuopalblo medIcIntiM In Volusla County. I \ 21 II) 31 8,0 ":

Park after Friday evening and are board- pi? /" g'ving refresh- 1I11"lltt onlue.JOHN Seo. T. B. Acres L-naurtcyud I"rtloll... .. 2 19 31 40.0

iDt: sleep. It f Sliysical vigor _h. ._ -- All rrao.. . .... . .. \a IJ 28 1 La: LJIicuryeyud portion lie ofrl..r ;
Wednesday Mrs. John White at Palmet \.ln J'b All. ... ... ... .... ........ 13 IJ 28 B50.U4 87 19 81 B.O r., ,"
team ana give gre .Jl elasticity, so MACDIARMID M. P., All uiiHiirvejed portion n
by a SI-1Iolllwl... wl-4, el2. 14 IJ: :M 602.84 of rheruiuleol briek'L t' '

DeLand ::} chIcken plllau supper given by : that painless.the baby'sConSk It is r<*: .uenb/ is of practically tonics for Physician and Surgeon. 8wl I.t..w 4ofnel-4..l-2.1-4.... ...of... .nw. II 13 88 2HO.OO L nan).11.I" ..)ed I .. .of U IU 81 132.00 'J i ; F

urday for '' N I.:: i>f ne 1.4. ne 1-4 of . ."ltul.. I...
t-a T. A. Saturday evening was a nursing niotheraB] A General i'rictltlotiornota, Specialist. n w 1-4. n.. 1-4 of se 1.4 S3 13 28 llMUKI All '..h.r. .. .. 3d 11 81 : I.O -
rles. Ani' "I glHdly recommrncl Dr. Plcroc'rt Favorite Oni. FlBlier'H' Hours 9 to N 1.uofnei4tiw 1-4. w 1 32: 1't.\J
ivnr DrugStore. :
| success; they took about $30. Prcucriptioil.'i writci Mm. J. W. C). HtevlU'im. ul 1 12; 1 to 4 and 7 to 8. 1-' of.w 1.4..... ..... 23 13 28 820.00N }1-2 i.fae 1-3 i 'P'A:4.
-I.. and Mrs. Amos Anders and Mila. Norhuwberlan.1 Countyn.. IlL-riiru. 1-:: of no 1-4 se M of ne tti'of
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my third little bay wait boru 1 look. nix l.otths.lie 1-201 1.4 a 31.lfN
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F. nl!, !Mr. and Mrs. Charles An U the fluent cfiilii and litui "brpii yrorn birtli A. 8.MUNONM. ol nw 1-4. sw 1-4 of BO 1-2 eut. 0 1-2 of se 1-4 5 10 IIU.I , of Worcester aDd I Miffered very" iiiurli I lim than, evir didbefore. I 1-4......... .. .... ...... 24 13 88 300.1)0) Ne I'4. .. 7 JO 32: 40.0
Pa., and Mr. and ndviMe' ne 1-4 of nw 1-4 sw '
I I unbettitntiiiKly expertnnt Homeopathic Physician.Olllre Ne 1-4 of ne l.f. sw 1-4 of I }I-I. .
A; direction : of Norrlstown, Pa., who mothers to use the Favorite lrcflcriV lOll.' nwl-4 ... ... ...... .... 28 U 28 80.00: sw of 1-4 nw.I-f. w 1of- J9 :32 ,

pTJrtlco The dealer who offers a substitute for Hocinid, tumor soul b 01 KU' eYe drug store, E i.2ofel.2swl.4: of ae N ... .. 1 f.r l
we saw;: been 1-2. BW 1-1 .. 82
boarding with Mrs. St. 1-4..... ..... .... .. ... .28 13 28 200.00: .1 II 4.4
Favorite Prescription" does so In gain I '"I ''- ||oiir>> into IJ A. M 3 to 5 and to 1-4 of BC 1-4. 82 .
sh'ps looking t I East Lawn for the month 8 P. st. Be 1-4 of De 1-4...... ..... 32: 18 :2 d '10.00N \\ i-4o1'icel-4- : II 3110.110 -
past 1IW '
.IGII him the little more profit paid on the sale II I-S of no 1.4. nw 1-4 of a
ever seen ---- -- 31 Ill
'' oay for their homes. of less! meritorious nle il' nt'lI. BW I.4. ... .. ......... .. 33 U 28 12(100: ( All. I.U .
stairs ami met n W 1-3: of liw 1-4... ...... .. U4 M 24 toO.V ..,,, II 3 If.o -
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense! Medical W. :8: TAYLOU Nw 1-4 of aw 1-4 s I. of i /
John White took Mrs. Jlt. .. .
:In conference( Hint Dunlap \ l-a of w I-:! i>f 0 1-a 7 u.11 41.110' .1-4 .; 3 ) I('.IMI S
/ \ Nellie Adviser, containing I8 pages is nciitree Nw 1..fnw 1-4... ... ... 19 11II: 40.11 All".' 3 tl) a: ,I.OM' I l
Johnson on thc to DeLand / on receipt of stamps to W 1-2 of DW 1-4. SW 14. .. 4 I.I JO 2"".,,, > II
expense I-
b tioned. He mild 1 to orf>mailing only. Send 3 pay one-cent I Surgeon-Dentist. All .. .. ...... .. ..... .. u 13 ao All !., nw 1-4. w 1-2 of nu 1-4 4 6 II :;tl tl1:.', )1 ,t
The north half........ in IJ ;M )3JMNI .. 1 '
any request to Dill James AlexaiiOr DeLand at tamps for the cloth-lxmud volume, or I Olllue over Kltiher'it DruirDtore., DeLand Fla W1.2olswl-4.......... ... :2tJ IJ M WI.IIU! All H 1-2 I ), lw I. II :33 a3 1 ,*

j this uionilni/ keep the chicken Sat only 21 stamps for the liuok in paper N 1-3 of no I-t. w i-M ol K ) 33 fhl.
pillau supper covers. Address Dr. R. V. 1'ierce, Buffalo AMK.S: F.. ALKXANUElt He I-t. He. 1-4 or BU 1-4. 28! 13 00) .11/\.711/ .\1.. 1 ;3.1 -
tltuc. lie la i'l ( J \1 \ Mi..
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< evening./ E 1-8 u 1-a of w 12. :34 IJ JO fIKI.I\( \ \ 1-2 of 1-3 '
114 :n
Been him. A ; : N. Y. Lot 4.... ...... .. ... . . 1 14 17 i>+M' ,\ .w Ill 3,1 *1.MI.'O.
.t Grant tttrinle Into ( K. A. Hill entertained the V. --- Attomoy-at-Liaw. S 1.:: DiBO 1-4.... ...... .... !I4 14 47 t W.JUA"i' .:: ,t I I I .. . .. .. I: II M l t.IH
U circle T<> CURE' COI.U) IN INK" I> \V. 'l "'''c' (hess' cc. I". of All 15 JH I IAll
euiptorlly den in .. I I Friday afternoon. Will rmetlen In Slute And Federnl Courts. J.41.) ... ..... ((25 I If 17 4 11.1 JLol..3.1.andl1v.J6 17 II 33 t (t.W.. :

; Nellie Morrison came over Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab < """..S : Unonis 1 ,mill s, Ilriiah lilock, De- : 14 It l.liEiaofswi4 1.: i-s .. .. f ... .. is II 32U.OO 'I. "2'
to revoke .... II .
tla1 piirnle .. . 3
LANII FI.OUIUA, .. .. a 14 a> '0 W Iof. iiS-4. ':
Cassadaga attend lets. All druggist refund the money .. .. ... .. ... S" ? e 1-2eV sw
E. Lee mid other Saturday to All. .. ... II 14 V43UULota : 1-4. ,f-4 nl 1-4.. ) : )
If It fall to cure. JoV.: Grove'ssignature : 7 and 8.... ...... .. .. 18 14 'M IUl.I>.) N 1- w IIW II 11 3 'I.O
Confederacy' ?" plllau supper. She re Is on each box. 25c.D 13 r.ur: risn S 1-11. .. ... ...... .. .... :22 14M ailM-U\ .\ :. .o..i-4..B" I-f.. w 1-2. 22be I I MI.U11 .

.. "I nm ) ( Sunday. Her aunt Mrs. -- --- .-- -- All .... .. ... ... ....... .. .. 24 14 :211 047.4: 1-4 nf ne I-f..w 1-4.or 13 ,'

Johnson' replied. went with hd .*.lforU Iliv I''oniiiliit2on.The Attorney-at-Law, N-i\5iA.o4rir{ .!.1.4.......w... a I Ii I '...rJIE Ml-2 nw 1-4., n 1-8 of II 1-3., 2H 19 33 1 I \._

er It. Those imroU'H Klnfjtnan'' 'k: Mrs. Dunlap CelestIal City Is cli-aily. the fabric 1-i'!.of tie I-f. nw !.*' W E 1-y.sw. l-1.s 1-3 of nw 1-4 61..0 i '
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:J6 14 W :
1'1'11I'llo-lnlt III nil Slule ami Fudm-Hl Courts. 01 1-4. 1-4 .,t 1-4 .. 219 000.1 )
I IW nw nw :
i as jrenernl I h I of Hunjtin's own. Imagination 3
COilliult anflabortitlon
sisters : ; W 1-11 of 14. w 1-Sl... 2 H Jit4111.111( .
Fannie Tro- KB '
? uss <'I IMI i .- Criminal, I hll14ln.-". given eiirelulnl N 1-2, H\V 1-4. w 1-2 of ae
p. the United Stutrs. :\ most |'iruluilily ol' the town tent inn. I 1-2( ........ ..... 4 1 M ;UU.IHJ, 1-1. sol. .4 se 14. .. 27 19 :33 WIO.OU '.
all do\vn" iiue Spring* on l--j.... ... .. ... I :iu ;21119"All .\ .,1 IU ;3.1 4)411,1) *
shall be kept In <> of Bedford, which not u "' flhlOLlcity. .. ... I 1. > "
K .... . .. It) 0111.24 .
and f I !: .', 1-8 of 1-4 IU 33 '
tJgL'e iew nw'
y. the army of the rom to the Starke bad Its. gates Qxcil liiM't und thereto JAMDIVr.: 1'lmlil1liH. All ..." ... .".... II I :K' WO.J Nf! 1-4, e HI) 1-4, nel-4 8 Jb \

They report a elJghtful trip. All ........-;;.. ....". I I J | <>f 1'I'I. .. .... 31 10 :3
of the late iuuril the town In lrimblixiuio" UIIH-H. : .O
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aruij: All .... ... .. ....... . ... I4IHKIAll All .. iu : _
force it." Tuesday evening Euchre Club The gateways on tilt old Iti'iU'onl, AttorneyatLaw.. (less nw 1-4 of sw 1-4)) :' 14 .K) t I ll'i .VII .. :I 1U J.1 1i"

\ ""Kayiiis this ( usual. There were forty-two bridge within which Btmyanvn.. Imprlsoneil All.............. .... .. 24 I 3'> >Nli1 All ilAV IU IHO.lUIU \
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W 1-2cw 1-4 of 1-4 24 J \ 1-2ol'.w .. . I .
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Johnson white with present. Judge Bailey and for so loug and through; which SOlid'l hJl'CI'\ml1\ I Cuurt or Ilcconl. Wllliiiac.. ... .. .. .. .,.... .. : 1* J "*JW| A II ot t me .1-4.. 5 IU :: 2ot4.l> ,
year'I I I Ik'u In nil I eOIlI'lM within thi Si' ate or FiorUlilel. .. ... ....... .... . 14 HJW: All 7 IU M '111.110. '! lJ
"We never Len rd \lta Rovrell won the first he passed times out of number, must iilu. .,'er'ulul1lu Bank. Al "
;r prises, ( County ........ ...... a 14 JO 4144.M.NW All of 17 IU 34 4UO.&UIU '
revocation of the I :. Frank Taylor and Mrs. Los- have been, foremost In the mind of the -- --- -- 1-4 01 ow 1-4.. ..... a 14 ID JII7I :All. 114 iM I.WI.OO: "'':'.

All ..... .. ... ..... .. : II 3)1 4ii.Lot of tiac 21 10 U4 UU.t<6IU
lla SentineL consolations.: great dreamer.Boolman. \'OlJSIA CHUNTYAIMTKACT COMPANY 4... .... ..... ... .. 4 138 MM \1 ... -' 641.10 I I
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Lots 1.2, II and 4, n 1-2 orne of .61 IU o: UI2.61
\ Uabcock made a business trip 1.4,88 lof sw 14. 6 15 211 .(r \1 .. .. IU I" .U 1'I'l"OJ1.1
a 10 ,
i OLD Wednesday morning./ R. B.VILHON, MANAGER. Nu 14 Of uw 1-' ._ . 8 I" :t .! !\ irau (or hits 1. 3 8 ,1

A..truels. liirnlBlieil. ant] titles perfected. l.uv 1-4 n l-2otsw 14... I 18 IS t SV'Mi' unit, ;!1) 31 19 88.80 ;
p ,What has become William Heebner left Tuesday Next to Voinsin County "Hunk 8W 1-4, S 1-1 Of Be 1-4 .... 1 Ii :..2..1.,1. All .. ... 1 :1 :3 orJ.IO :( "
Nw 1.4. nw 1-4 of lie 1-4. .
Nwl-4 3 4
e4 man who called Ormonil, to attend the Fed This .Ignature Is on every box of the genuine 1)eLand.. Flu. wl.2of..1-4..... 6 18 'l 2,3ll Allot 5 ::' : 10".0 1 "
Sw ac .... ..... 15 211 JU.2I.' a1 : "g
of Woman's Clubs that was Laxative Bromo.Quinine Taweu -u1 I All 8rruf. : : .O* \ t
H. I1CTCH1NSON Nw 1-4 ne I-t. lie 1-4 of w 1-2, w I- of 1- '
baa become tbat place this week. loft romndv that nir4kM A colil in one day A. nw 1-4...... ......... .I lu, Stt ;"SI&W nu 1-4 nv 1-4, so 1-4 .

r-Jll1k, wbu John Jacobs ----- -- Notary Public. 1-4 Of BW I.'. ... .. .. : 15 2U 31.( .., of Be 1-.1. ... ... .. .. 9 :811*, 33 IK5.0U) ''f'
anddaughter/ Miss W I.20tnw J-:1 ) I" boon' .. .. .... 2(1, 33 81144,8 ,.
?" No 1-4 ct imo .\1 .... J "Y ,
:21)) 33 tlll/i2
the '
were at Freeman House .
a One Cent .. .. .. :. ... 11 214 Ii .
a Word Dealer in Real Estate. uw !- .. :' 1:1001: ... .. 20Jo 3J UO.OO
'I bas become ,}' last week.: Ni "of ue 1-4-..... ... 31 1ft ....f \I.rlrllc.1-.II. nf Be I-f.......1 3J .11
ed who . 1-2 f ... 1-4. .,,. 1-4 or aw All 30 : :.M I
t woman -- -- Tuti'M told nnil axueKBtnentB attended to for t 14.6
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n 1-4. ..... B : 11..1 t hung It hernelf? E/ITERPI7ISE. Advertisements of h'n0.1.. "' mini* nmli'rthis -')JUl---ristile--lit 5.--Di'l.iinil. Fla. g.-.I-I .or .r.1-4--::: ...." a? ii liH iS'S,1' i 211NO :' JJ Ml.o )

'NVbnt bus become ( ,, -- heiul, inserted for ONK; I'KNT, ;; ) A \MHI I _. -4. .. 1..1.1 lie 1-4. Be 1-4-. .. :tUS :20) ai Z "(

ed boy vlio \' I January 27.-A goodly cash in atli'i nt.-, eai-h lor .less I Inwrtliui., than I HI) No'11'.i ailirtlaemeiitD i I ---" -- N I-nfs1-2ew1-4Of-....?...... .. ..". 6 w 30 mm( 1-3 ul.uul-I..1-20fnwl.1:< 2oTotal. M-600.UO- .d.l. I (.
"" ALLEN M. 1). PH.D.
powder would the probable return of the _h_ __ ____ f Jft.1.1 S 1-2 1-4 of or.w ne 1-4.1-4..0.. 1OW I"f .. ..: ..... 8.01.0 .

Wbnt Las become days to Enterprise is the vis- MISCELLANEOUS. Oculist and Aurist.T swl..7 15 30 SUM A ''' will bo, required, to be made by ,'i \
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Nw 1-2 or ow I-I. nw 14tt"1.1 eiiL-h h"hl"will thu MiiHter In ruxh or by sut-r #! t
ed inustiiMf pony Brock house of one of the BRING your Reeoml-hnnil, irnoiN In M."I.-I I-J of ** 1 Hl.ietory "-, cheek before hh..111.. of two '

ken time It 8. iiortliweHt eorner .lonleMird, nnd Lund :Mnnilnys,over A liens Drug Store : ...... .. 8 15 a mS cfiitu per litre I lit- lands in any f .
every of ten years ago, Cap Ilieh lueiini". \V- I.",) ,i nil ".II an.Mliiiiw t aniletcrj HouseOi'iilu El-2ofBW 1-4 ...... ... l\ Ii a .... : lilt oiler lot UP"1. r&
I hiliII' julul. Oilnmlo Weilneudiiys, I.uitlguu's
What Lag become 1 of "MM IPOT. I I Sw 1-4 ot ne 1-4, nw 1-4 of II. J.ICKMAN. .
Harry Wyndhatn-Walker, ---- -- --- : MonUKiimnllalnoBVlllo .... .. J5 tw.u .
ed person who mi id TluiirtilayK ow 1-4.... ... .. Ii ) 3 Ipuelll ;1.ater. ,
(Koyal Irish) Guards I House
Drag-on RENT. SainrdayH, Brown
fallen, "Come Lone __ u___ N1s40l'.4I1ie"l-4nofswl.! 18 18/ .W 1015; .

?" England/ who with his TUK RENT-'.nttnitpiin Mm lie-urn iixenue. I _______ All.... ...... ...... .. ... .. 2J J5 SO b4$.l'4 NOUHK. "
up Mr. Frank: Storer enjoyed P near the Unlxerxit).. 'Inquire' of .110.,... I.'. Wlofswl4... ...... 23 10 a bO.l. ., .'
What Las become C. CoilrliiM'trii.FOK THE WAVERLY \V 1-2 of nu 1-4 ow I.f. se NOTICE IH hereby given that six month : .
...' fishing on the St Johns river, as ---- --- ----.. -- .. -- I 01 1-4. ihite, to-wtl 01 lie lii .' iluy ofKebiuai .
ed wbo IW
WOIIIIIH i:441unf.w .. ..."e27 ir :ao) uuiB1tf40fiSi I finaliciomit
We/look KENT-rnttnirenn Ia.11 I. \ ii,'.1 m.Hhor I 1- ) A.I) lltCI I.1 presi lit my I'
iwbeii he came lu ; gone by. : for a re iilAer...lty, iintinnl,, .heil.iiiilx' In t!. n. lIoWtUA't:., 1)ELAND FLA. 1or ao : imexiMuilrlx or theuMuteol. Herman .
Codrlnlrton. !:. 2)3) 13 IIWK Uunler ( lilt County' .Indue uf Volualu. coun-
S your case after : ;! visit from them again pretty ------- Now open for tile seii nn t\l\ :!.a. Table sup- Lou'. ..:!..t..J:::. ::::::::: :. 35 ll> 1 MfilyiS. t). 'Inll".at. his ullleu In n.Llld. and ask ,J

.. GIOl>2' : .tl they are old friends of Mr. plli'il. with HID best I tin, hint ket affords. of nw I.f. IW *- 4 121 SUN lor I such ."ul.lx. ..

"' ,.;Y"i FOR SALE.. Pl'ikini9 leiiHonnble. ... .... ... ...!.:.: I Ill Ultud day or Ji.y (02.
. with whom --- -- -------- :
they .
usually 01st. ANNIE P. UUN'IEU. Executrix.
8W t'
G3U' CarefnlnoMA FOK 8AI.R-Afnir." Btjllsh ilrivimr i 1111.1, ) sinl- : ... .... .' 8 11 31 1154,38.
. MRS. M. U DRAKE Proprietress. I 4 ofie 1.1.
.. It Is an object h a good part of their time while. I Ii" horxv; iierfeetly. I iremlo' lor ImH : not Ne 1-4 .. .:... .... .. .. III 14 HI I"-7"\ -
al'raIiI lIt curs; H years old; AI family horfu.U. -- Ncl-4ni-Soinw 1-4..W NOnc : OV ATPLIOAIION I FOR TAXHEKU
D. Jackson OeLiind., :
see a surgeon \ i-21-tr: MELROSE 1-4 of uw 1-4 ne 1-4 ofSwVi.1:40'1 : UNDEli SI O) nON 8 I.' Cl.1(888. \} :
guests at the Brock: house re -- .
performing an "(lit' SALE-finod; S.1|liii l't Pta,ii.,. i Cl.i.ap.lniilireof I: : : :.I: : :' 13'/ r..1. uXV2orUwl.4..w.I.4..g '[ LAW 0. KI.HKIDA. ,' -.- I
cngo Clironlolp. were !Mr. and Mr .O. C. Saffell, ;Mrs. W. II. Tnwney, Del.iunl.5: 1 31 \TOTICE In hereby vlven that Lewis Younir, t
.. MRS. W. W. ALCOTT BOP. i i BSli
with sleeves rolled Mrs S. P. Jennings, New -- ---- -------- ---- ------ ;; "I IX piireha-ier' ot Tax Ctrlillcote No. Mft, '
i 1ASH nF.OIfiTKK. tilnnl, new. flll'.IIIo'h..p.! ;;! ; ; : is m (U'1 ilnted I the :M day of July A D. 1UOII) has '
tbat the washing Ind.; Mrs. B. M. Brossek:, De- I Iniiiiru News ()Ilice. IISL'tiAH Open the Entire Year. AI.J.l: 10tI I. tlEed: halil c,'viltiettc'in my ote".llnII"," made ; ,,- ,

7y boue' to the tip F. S. Atlanta Ga. .----------.- t 7 anil t)... ... ...... .13 I"' 28 3.0.5. Hpiilleatlon for IHJC ileud accord .
:. ; :Mill with two kettleund all Lola 2, 34. 8. 14 IU' M slice with law. Siilil cvrtlllctttt ," thefmlowlnxdeverlbid '
First there Is a ; of the two convicts who recent ntentifln. for suit*. I Iniinlri'i I ot'io't'-.\. S. pin In soap and Denlsoil, llroek llonw,. Kntei, pilM/ Ha. I4iJin per week A comfortable family I I. 2, 3 and 4 .....24 18 >*S !." :.' I Mti>iiii, conniy.) l"loi-leii. tow it: .* ..
from Monro's camp near -- --- -- '- lOud. ); 11'011I1 tahlu l Lot ::..... ... .... .21 lit :1 :2*I.i l.ola two and three., liloek nine,Orange City
followed by a --- ---- ----- Lots 5, 10 cud 12........ 24 Jtl Ijj.JiikYueaBt The Biil.l lini'l belnK' 8eHHed the dale of '
| tl
of green soap was captured by one of our REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. .......... .." 2,1 2 M I HIM t-uuiiinciiof: Hiien, certltlcatu, l In thu name .
railroad Inspectors on Tues .- -- -------- i\lKS.: C. P. SWIFT of river.I Itf 88( :M\iiu* \ 'it 1"ry..Jlln.... Unions Haiti ee'rllcut., shall t '
Then comes a T | ()('8I: }(lI1I4\I.I'-'I"1I iimnm., ni-iir, I'nllernin bw l-4of nw 1-4 lot 4.... 3 IdII: 78.2. be redeemed Hceonllnit tn law, will .
-., equal parts of having stripped the clothes Jl ..: lint ami, iolinlcr| I ; linwri-\iinl, .I: 81-:: of ne of ow 1'II'r..OI on the '11d day of F..brlary. 'I .
::0\ ptf-rillzod'water and \ Mr. Padget near Enterprise pinery Jinrt '.'lIIh'"lIIto., 'In-nrliiH, :, i-K. II. Boarding. 1-4, h.II1ald 3... ... 6 16 : 2Jh..2.. l. I'I'' _:, 14 $
and seal this
&lowo"c.. signature
A 13pT| solution ((1 to :?. for the purpose of effecting ltrion (The Olivu Branch.) All tie 01,)..?.'.":.... 'r.l.p.ori5! 16 nt.. Wllo.::t )I,)ol'IRI 110. -r -1':

tjyl SALE-Ten room hniiBe, $i i,7"; ''I c-I.;; P. 1-of".I-4.... ..... 6 16 811 (s mercury. Without in bin clotbi& to facilitate I 1 Boulevard, next to Prexbyterlan Church .. 16 UO 1(11.84( Clk Circuit ', *
hniiHH. 87INI' I: n room IIOIIM.ITKI; /A 'iieiopeneli ) tin) 'roll imd, and guests will Had 8w\ 1-4 Of SW 1-4, lot 5 \ ) 'Iolde. 't
'as1iins no orchard, tl.'xi; iinlmoroveil lun.l', *i I.Ti ipen jear N l-2olnu i-4ew 1-4 of -- (*t.i
BOO.I He was handed over to fo.1lan Here. A. II IIIJTCIIINSON: Kent:; uood roniiiM. Table supplied with .tbe HM 1-4 : .. ... T Itl I I '.I:: ,
enturlng out to Eotttto .. beat in the market. Rates iteasonabie.DAVIS IsI-2ofnei-4..... W ; I.)'.M .
ml the camp keepers, who convey Adent 11 Lund, Flu. 1-2 Lot J NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOK TAX ;
------- ---- -
.... 17 I* w *".Ill ,
ase. -- -- -- --- --- No I-4 of ne I-l '
back to Tltusville. Ruffians K 1-2 .. ..... ... 23 Itf 30 DEED UNU&l SECTION 8 OF CHAP. :;",.:
T'OIt SAI.F. 15/ I JOUSE :
nercii 'nrvil anil
Romance of av stamp should be well watched f fenced; good condition for cull h'.lln.. ; ..I I4 of se 1-4:::. .::::::.: 25 Itf 1111) Ji: TEI461..LAWSOFFLORDA. : -"
30 :
actio There Is a : III acres wild. Title perfectt ly tu WILLIAM Nel..ofn..I-1; II 01'ICI ulven that Lucy Q. Langr ,. I IwO.thy.
issued to two all citizens of the state and !IlKST Uel.iuicl. &1 RII.! a. 8. DA VIM, PROPRIETRESS, 1-,01-2 1-.... !U : f.W 1 1> puruuiiaer of Tux Cert'lluate ,1
harn4cense \1- of ne 1- nw I'of i.W12dated the Jd l Uuy of .Inly A.D. 11m. has 0
capture effected, even If neces ------ -- -- nw .,
-- ow "
across the face of Hie.I said lu oltlve and
No fi-'l: Boulevard. %..r.:4.f... .. 3 16 479.71, c"rUleRtl tt ;
(tlce "Is/ the note by the to drop them in their tracks H. C. HAVEN fUJlI per day; JT.BO per week. Special rate w 1-- or w I-S... ....... I: II 3 100.5(1' law.:"I Said: cenlncute unib.aces to Issue the aeennllntito follow. .
31 41.I9.IIJ:
:I. i used. See page so so doing, as It is impossible';: to AI..1 Ing to fuuilllp. or for season. ... .. 16 HI B4II..M( : .
r'lnrlita.towltt h
IA,.',to the referred their evil Aili ; ; 31 0411.24 :
page' dejVedations Artesian -Well Contractor, AI..1.: ..22 111 Lot ho. sub of: t.t H, nik 21*. Daytona.

fr record and the if permitted<<; to rokm the TURNER 1l0USEOP. AjMles .-4)) 2 Iii Id 3{ .5JJJ.M t'lie soi.l 'laud b"luf aHMeimeil at thodateofIhe .. "' .
"""'*''' ''' '" iDHiianee of the ,
.abort the record \ at their own free will. Dealer In Aermotom, Tanks n': .... ..... :...;. ..; : : W : 640.7)All. Luu Piitton.' Unless"ertlclu..ln shall nameof beredeemed }. ._.,I \ .

)ai nroA-procured and p anti Pumping. Maohlneiy.Repairing ALL THE YEAR- ... ........ .. .. ; 10 11,0' to law. Tax Deed will .." ', .. r',." I
.. aecor.lnl '
. ...
All ... -'
Windmill a :1 IIMIIU Utb day of February, 1 1 ,
rent times. hl Efl POR U. Pumps, etc. Corner Now YoLk and Florida Avenues, All.| ... ............... 11 16 IHI.0.1 A .0. 115(1.'I '
jfca.a the charm De Lalld., Florida. AI ....I........... ... ... H lit ai 1\1.:1: WltiieRs my olllolul signature and seal thlath 1 !
DeLrtnll, Florida.Location ........ ..... .. Id 32 .
Correspondence. WI-i. 3 I' : 9th' day nf January A. D. 1WW.SKAL
he the ------- --
JeA, plunnnut healthy and homelike ot e 1-8, ne I-I of [ ] tfAM'L D. 'ROAN L

. S 'ehe at forty-eight January .,;,27.-A heavy No'v OPI1JN Rites $1.1)0 per day. Special rates by the Lot aw 4 (east 1-4 (east of river). 23 17 17 M!' 4tf.5 W.( ); Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County Florida.NO ,. J ; j

week. ))0:. U. MoLEOD Prop.IIENNETT ofrlv..r.1
rain fell here Thursday night, flooding : 1- 11 w sfa:
5rbornT. ? ?
all the roads.. AM"::::::::::!::.:!...:.::: : w n ai mi.w DEED UNDKK: SECTION FOR 8 TAX .

J. F. and Jeff Davis HOUSE N. MW M of nwl-4. OFOUAPTEK '
THE OLD RELIABLE are s 1.2. .... ..... .. 1 1 3l MO.I 4888, LAWS OF FLOlt- .,1' f. \

planting strawberries now. Hotel Putnam. MRS. V. V. BENNETT PBOP.New Al..... ;.:... .........2. 1 HI 819.114 IDA. J
.... .. .... ..... 14 1 81 14.11 :
Mrs. J. W. Frank left here Mondayto All..... ........ .... 2 1 III tll(( OTICE Is hereby glTenthat N. E. Robert. ,'Y 1
visit Jacksonville, St. Augustine Yoik avenue, DeLand, Florida. All... ... .... ........ ... I 1 81 CIO.\I 4.' purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 418 t.M. .'
All. ....... ........... 81 WI. UHted ., day of June. A.D. bas I I.
and Pablo Beach. She will be away D Lan.d Fla. Hut on (I to $:i per dan $S to. 18 per week. Alt ............... ....... ..8. 1 1 a saul certificate In my office,. 1-9. flea 1
Special rates for families or for season. Sl-SnwW. WMOCDH. pllcaUon for tax deed. to issue In accordance f. 11' "
three' weeks or more. 1-4..5: 1 1 1.0 with law. Bald eertilleate embraces the fol- 'I

Jake -- --- ------ -- All lowIng. described property situated In VoluBlu ,t (1
G1 Mr. and Mrs. Cade spent the ... .. 1 a III.6 o
'W" P. CHASE AU ...."........ .... 20 1 111.1 county. Jo' '( 'eteJ i .
day Sunday with, their friend, Mrs. All ..................... 2H 1 8a: tl.M 80UndHint. of De)' Sec Tp. 13 B .I tf: : .
:Bliss Daisy Hodges *.........,............ u 1 a tl.1 4 :: 2 (- ,J
D. O. Bricker. Proprietor. ]jji .. ......... ......... I 1 I lant beln asM-twcd the date Il.: .
Wl-e.wl-8of .... 1MLiS4)SwI4of.ol4. he such oertincatein the '
Mr. Herman GUnter of Pierson was a 1-. 8 1 I name of
......... a 4O.OOW1s1r0l 11r. W. V 8P noer. Unl M said oerllncata '- ,
on our street today. We are always Miss Lily Klicker ow 1-4 < hall; be redeemed. aocordloir to law, tax .. v III '
BLACK SMITH .....:..W......:S7 1* 8012000 wi! l lc8uethere000n the 17tb of '..dee .k't j. ..
glad to see him; 18( 3D f1.t A.D. 1 01. d.1

T F. Drudy has been sick for the N.I-4of.l..2.........., 2 18 a Witneea official signature and. seal t!< b .
-- ._AND_> __ i3..T..T..,.......... u I mooEiiofneiu tbe 16th day or January'A) I). 1908. I' '(1
past few days. ............. 9 IK a H1.1 SeAL) 8AM-L D. JORDAN -

A number of the young people were WAGON SHOP Dress Making R fbi-S..i.1..... .................. 1 1 U 13 81 '11.9." Clerk Circuit Conrt Voluala,; Cunt".1 1.. .

i. bAKING at Barbervllle last Tuesday' evening SI-4otnei-4 1-4 w 1or, ne e 1-4of.1. 4OTLCE. :: ti.. -1. :. '. _

to pound party at the residence of A.1I1r.1nct. ol Repairing of nw 1-4 ....1-. .... 18 IS 81 818.08Nel4ofne o'nCB 18 ber"b.II en that 1 wm I

Mr. and Mrs. Ducan McBride. i Done Promptly aud atuonable njkIA. Jk.1-11 1-4, fit wi.4of w._&, '0. the on R. ..of.p.ron.. of tb.or applY_ .;& .
WDER Mrs. J. W. Frank had the hall of Prices. and Plain Sewirig SW 1-4 of ow 1-4........ 2 I 1 8 878.79 1 lord. a.. I cn : 1th.hea" rOI I > '" ,

N'1-4 ot Dw De 1.of ct>mutalol Bn'tnc. of floe .
her houde'papered week and they HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY, sa 1-4....1...... ........ w. .] 8 79.8981ofnsl4eiof lrpo..d, m.y Criminal Court oC ?
Volusla county. Florid, at tbd De-> (.
yibsotutely Pure look One. C. F. Spauldlng- of DeLand, Be 1-4 .....'....... .... 27 ] 8 1M.U omb t.rm. lu for I1Ja 8el. fA .am \. .I' .
Over Fudger's/'jl..- Nwl-tofnw 01' "'"'> '1 il'
did:'the \
IS NO SUBSTITUTE *" .. aJ 1 c. .. M. ? .wa.o..J7ult ,- ;" -
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WWU11(( WwWw ? Personal rented at the
I Society, g
evening, Febr
S Church and Homo for the benefit

00000000000000000000000000 o tory fund.
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iFf MKS. 1AYLOR "AT HOME" Atty. J. E. Al
epir : ;. .;, '
An afternoon reception if something A. Hammerly vover

comparatively new for DeLand, Sunday, for

; hat (cldnjfc .'Crack, Rip or hut If allot them are as nice, aa entertaining of their new plant ea

and such a pronouncedsuccess
Breiik fo\v: IZ feet Shoos} that as the one given last Friday Dr. John MacDlaJ
: visit to the state n i
i: gs ,
i M
afternoon-well, they should be quite "Keating". .
'ehalstors.Iealth'Such is the day, visited the Mae
are guarar popular. Mrs. William Stone Taylorwas and returned to Deli .
the hostess, at her ,lovely homeon *
: : :: Shoe West New York avenue. The Mr. J. H. Kruue Keating Men's Kim,

We hostess was assisted by her slater, Miss Springs has arrived ii
Our Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords are Up-to-Date.
would be pleased to Show :Them. Ruth Morris-Bond, Mrs. O. P. Carson now in charge qf the I .it These prices are act'
and Mrs. J. E. Bigelow, while Mrs. the University. Mrs. the See them at

,_ :P-: :rvacELeO: :: Powe presided at the coffee table, children will come to D all .. M-
Mrs. Compropst over the frozen dainties soon as Mr. Kruse can III louse BIGELDM
'' '' and Mills Jessie Butnngton and .
/ '
J ? JV for them.
e? j (ltpUWWWWWWWWWW\ 1:1: ___ .
Miss Vivien Forbes were the charmIng 1.O1.OI O+O-I 0.1.O1-PI-0.1.0-I-O-I-C.-OI-04Ot()oI oI"I- '
waitresses. The color effects Mr. Walter Burgess h. Me to St. .\ ";;:-
\ : 0aa mmoa cS.aammomtsemmmmommam Augustine, to resume Y '(Jlltion! In
/ }
were white and pink, and the rooms
** .D.t? ; with bamboo the plumbing establhAnt.. :
were beautifully decortated 'p FloridaViews \
I a ( and rare potted plants. The College A very pleasant/ /.irgely attended .

___ Oti-' _fiOtD'N_tD''''''''''' Dd10OtaJ1a@fi: ttODtDmtl: Arms orchestra discoursed sweet PresbylerAli suit| / wa's given at ,.-II.,
mil( Dft -- ---- the three hours of the '
music during the home of jr.\.. and rs. 11. C. Bush- -;
:School: !supplies at Aliens' Phar Mr. and Mrs. K. D. McLeod entertained reception. The Invitations had been oh \
) nell last ev In jr. .f" z-
1t; macy. I I their guests and a large number quite generally extended to the

E. H. Hayward, who was severely of friends at a party at the Aqua friends ot the popular hostess, and Mrs. Lf.,\ Bailey, the well known
injured in ;i runaway last! Thursday! I tic CJub house Wednesday evening the parlors ana dining room were temperance\ lecturer,, delivered ad- \
but la still 15c to
t g: ia confined gradually to the house.!: No bones were: Music and refreshments were taken: well filled from 3 to 0(I with the ladles dress at the Presbyterian church

broken along and dancing enjoyed.Mr. tf DeLand as well as many winter vis Wednesday evening to a large audi .. $2.00

Call on Marsh Bros for anything,; Charlie Mllburn, who was well itors. The reception was a complete ence. Vocal and Instrumental music

!' wanted iron a well: regulated mar known in DeLand t>lx or eight years lIucce s. All were made to feel at was furnished by Mr. Cairns and Mrs. .

ket. ago, was shaking hands with his OIL borne by the hostess and her assist Patton. r

The Georgia Southern and Florida friends here the tint of tins week ants, and the time passed most pleas-:
thro' I St. Barnabad Guild was entertainedby AtReeve's
railway Is now operating sleepers Charley is now traveling for a correspondence intly. HOTOmUFHlC
from Jacksonville! to s:)t. Louis aud Mrs. M. U. Ucilby yesterday afternoon

Chicago, and local sleepers: how* school. On Sunday, February 1, the services the ladies going out in hacks. :: STUDIO.[

Jacksonville: to Macon. Dr. 'urbetlleavell today for Wauchula at St. Barnabas will be-10 a. in., A very pleasant afternoon was spent.

{I' New Florida Curios and Alligator* where he had been invited to deliver :- children service and Sunday school; The next meeting will be held at the

goods at Brill's. an address before the meeting ol II a. m., Choral Celebration of Holy home of Mrs. F. C. Codrington.

Orange trees, the leaves of which the county teachers tonight. On Communion, with sermon. --- ..--O-I-O-I-O-I-o-I-o! +O-l-O-I-O-I-O-I-o-I I HI-o+o-I-O-I-O-I-O-I-o-r-o-I-O-I-O-I-I +o

"I have fallen right In town, have now the doctor to Jackson At the First M. E. church on Sunday -
out They will be se Monday goes Fulton Market
started again. A pleasant dance was given by
; very the will preach at 11 a. m.
r verely injured unless we: have soiue ville to' attend: and deliver an address pastor ;
? cold weather at once to keep: back the at the laying of the cornerstoneof the Misses. Davis last Friday night at subject: "Go Forward," and in the '

-, the new Baptist church. On Wednesday Hotel Putnam. About fifteen coupleswere evening at 7:30.: Sunday school: at : Corned Beef f;

sap.A lot of new goods at Brill's. he goes to Gainesville to attend present.Col. 10 a. m., Epworth League at 0:45 p. mAll .

Four convicts escaped: from the : the meeting of county superintendents Frank \V. Pope of Jacksonville are cordially. Invited. .. Brookfield Farm '

",, state camp at J'ltusvilie on !Monday. held unler the auspices! oi was in DeLand on professional business .. .
t :. 4 Sheriff: Turner and deputies, have been the Southern Educational Board The the first of the week. Mrs. Sawyer of Indianapolis! Ind.,

;. ;' looking tor them: in Volusia. county. doctor has been invited: to spend a --- arrived thi- week: to visit her friend<< Sausages; .

Leave orders at Ryland & Spark- week at the Melboui'necbautauquaand Mr. William Healey was In DeLanU Mrs. Arbuckle, who is spending the (

man s or White Front Grocery for the address the teachers every afrernuon. on business the first of the week.: winter WiiineuiUsett.. 1
best! Stove Wood. Prompt uelivery. And
.\. Emery!: KalUwin. He fears that he cannot accept this '
last-named invitation, which will Dr. Bracey visited the southwesternpart Services on Snnday the Baptist

Call at E. H. Hayward's for peach take so much of hid time, but he will of the state last week. lie purchased church will be At 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. : ; fo Eaf

trees pear, adapted plum, pecan to our and locality.grape vines Also in accept if he finds it possible to spare ten acres of land at Fort Og- n. The pastor will preach in the : Things

variety. Now is the time to plant. tbe time. den and made arrangements to havean morning on the text, "Consider the

n He has the stock: toi you now. Prices T orange grove set out there. The I.llit'tlj"; In the evening: on "Delay." May he found at

ti; the lowest. A Card Thanks.. a. m. B y. P.

", No session of the Criminal; Court Please allow me space in The Newsto .. '
-- --- -- - -- -
was held on Tuesday. The trial of of De- RYLAND & SPARKMAN'S OJLS:; ,
fl the grain larceny cases was post thank the charitable people .- ,.-o.-o.c.-o-o.-o.-o--o--o.-o-o-.O.Q- GROG ''
poned, and will probably go over till Land for their kinduess<< to me the regular term of court in February. ten months of my wife's illness DON'T BE DECEIVED I) -.I-o I +olHooI I : I O-loQoioIoloOloIICOo I : +I o-l-O-l-O-ro--o-loO-I-o-l-Ol: I

before she departed: this life on last i
For Sale-The only Second-hand .
Furniture Store in Voluaia! county. Monday, the 19th/ at her home in this Buy r1'11513ru1l(

Fine stock on hand. John McCormick city after being married 1428 days to "All coons (don't) look alike to me, I '\

DeLand, Fla. the date of her death. The good peo- you, or anyone el:>, c. Neither are allFlorida ) "" I
c 1
\.. C. O. Boydston has purchased the : ple, when I had to stop my work for meats tough ; and if you will
-, five acre lot on the Boulevard southeast eight weeks, brought us money and
of J. F. Alldls' and is moving only let us we
11 groceries and visited ua and get with ..
V. his J. N. Banta house AIIbiI -
residence-the I
!::4 \V"onto: the lot. Mr. Baydston will us during the nights; when myself andsisterinlaw WE CAN AND WILL
greatly improve the place and make: was nlJthtnllt broken the}
an ideal winter home of it.. came and staid all night and gave us iI _-

DeLand's first gala week will be I a chance to sleep. I don't think 1 CONVINCE YOU 2S

held the second week in Febiuary. it can ever forget these Christian hearted -
,'' is the intention of the committee to I people, and I specially thank the .
make tbis a regular winter festivalon Mutual Aid Society, to which I am of this fact. We have on sale a full line

is year.a much The Increased gates: of the scale city after will this be I the first and oldest Mutual Aid member of Fine; Juicy, Tender. Florida IttMjf.:

thrown open to our guesta. 'I in this town. They have shown Also a complete stock Western Mea.s s Buy It At
their respect to me. My wife died
New handkerchiefs and hosiery! atBrills.
age 40; she was born in Quincy, Fla. E. L. McBride, fin the
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I She has! not been the mother of any Manager.
r Mrs. J. F. Alldls'Mrs. horse Alldis Dot jumpedout ran children, so she only leaves who she her has sister .......O..fl._-O.-fl..-.4.-...........*.........-...........-t14_..-.....--.-."......f9....0.....P...0....fl...0........-..0....C1....o.....C1....fl..0...J...'
away Saturday. Mary Stephens, .__a.!........... .
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of the buggy and was badly fritrht- raised up now to the age of 21 yearn.
ened and somewhat bruised. The C. B. MCCARTHY, will put his next grove down at the U. 11:4.: p, m. Anthem and solo as us ..W-O: +OKWOCOOO! -:
horse took fright at a cow lying in Deacon of Primitive Baptist Ch.UeLaud : jumping place, in the hope of getting ual. You are cordially invited to .'
the road near the Dean burg dairy. Fla., Jan._ 28. 11HU. below the frost line. these services. s If you don't live ,
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The horse-trading fair to be held ----- o near enough to our '
', fix; during/ the gala week will be as great The Americans on the Isle of Pines Mr. Charles V. Manucy of St. Au
have united in their refusal to pay Fish Commissioner Detwiler was in store to run in and
the one held several tine J
a success as g us tax collector of St. Johmcounty
when Lee Morris won the taxes to Cuban omcialu, claiming that town Monday. He states that he willS
years ago the Island Is not a part of nor under : was in DeLand Tuesday am $ look us over,
prize for making the greatest number endeavor to secure (Uh for the lakes
. the jurisdiction\ of Cuba. The time Wednesday. :Mr. Manucy came t
of trades-ten. A prize of a sad-
o'f the DeLand Club at .
for paying taxes on the island has now Aquatic once."rui Drop us a Line
die and bridle will be given the person DeLand to look at Tax Assessor Wllson's
arrived, but no taxes will be paid. it
number of
making the greatest books, which he had heard '''erethe
will be
trades. See: dates in advertising is not yet known what action : SCHOOLMISTUKSS Stating what you want .
taken to adjust tbe matter. O. J. neatest In the state, and return; *
space. Hill of DeLand is superintendent for, I to St. Johns to make his books ai:s i This lively and wholesome play and we will quotti prices 1
a. Wanted- A ladies' secon< like with schoolgirls
nearly Mr. Wilson's as he can. its pretty and vexing!
wheel, in good repair. Address Box owning thousands of acres ot It Will Pay You ,
132, DeLand, Fla. land on this island. Mr Hill and Surveyor Its humorous situations and
Mr. and<< Mrs. H. L. Lockard spent t:
Alfred Howard are now on theisland quaint characters, will be produced 1'
Marsh Bros will be pleased to server the week in Orlando.Col. well to do this before ,
with crew, the
A a surveyor's at courthouse on Friday evening! ,
all their old customers and 100 new When I
out and plotting this land. 6 with the '! cast buying anything- the
February following :
ones with the finest Beef, Pork, Veal, List heard from the waaln T. P. of Inverness
party campin Lloyd visitec d 1
. ; Mutton, etc., in town. The Hon. Vere Queckett. .., '
the woods.
--.---..- his family over Sunday. While in De. . ..........0. E Muriel House Furnishing Line. t :
", The state Supreme Court has been' Land Colonel Lloyd called at ThE
Sleuut Boiler Admiral Rankling ., ,O. W. Bristol
The handing following down more Volusla decisions county The De Witt Clinton engine built in News office and, like all other goo d Lieut. John Mallory..J. I K.Bijjelow 2 -THE iU'RIT AEH- I
people havi
% was among those recently settled: 1831 had a boiler pressure of eighty arrangements to e Reginald Paulover . . ,. ___VOLUSIA
Florence W. Miller, plaintiff in error pounds to the square Inch. Locomotives The News sent to him every week, ti ."Ted" Heimburger 2 ,
vs. Swan S. Llndstrom, defendant at the time of tbe civil war were keep him posted about DeLand mat. Q.r.o.K>>o-I-o-IOOI-OK>l-o--o-r-ol-or-o-"oJ-o! +o+I ofoOol in error. Judgment reversed Otto Bernslein! .W.'A. Sharp
100 and now ters. .
y'r by Justice Cockerell)(Division B.) t\ C. given pounds pressure boilers Tyler, .. . Chas. Campbell, Jr. -- -- - -
Immense steamship are
'"' Austin, Stewart & Bly for plaintiff in the made to stand a pressure of :SK5!: pounds Mr. Gadsden D. Bryan, who is no, Miss Rankling . .. .... .. .. .D L nd 't

i in error. No appearance for defendant to the "square, Inch. living in Tampa, was on the streets o:f . .. ..Miss Blanche Bronson
DeLand Monday and Tuesday. Gal I Miss D.fott. ... Mrs. E. L. Powe Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.' i"
-- atone time was the daddy of all Volu. Dinah:: .. . Miss, Eva Treloar

ela county politics, but he has since! Gwendoline Hawkins. ... .. .. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor Manager. !;
reformed. . . Miss Frances Flanders iJ

r' Did ever Miss Lora Fish Ermyntrude Johnson. . . .. -Manufacturer of- "
you gave a party las t
Friday night to a number of hei r . .. . .. Miss Crystal! Davis Dressed & Rough Lumber: ) *

try that' friends.Mr. Peggy/ Hesslerigge.. ... ... .. ..
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. .
... .. .....:Miss Grace Reeve
Frank Cannon was in town last' Jane Chlpraan..Miss Nina Miller CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Will furnish plans and specifications and
Coffee Bread Tuesday ar'Mr elltlmatelS. Special machinery at mill for
The DeLand Band and Orchestra, finishing work: ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee -
and Mra. John Ouer1'J leer, with Its new members and new music, first.cla811 work In every particular. ;

their daughter, Mr James./rand hei. will render some of their inimitable .- ---

1 which we make two children, arrive tod,>/from LouIsville .. selections during the evening. Admission

: Saturday? Ky. They wiyoccupy Mr. S. to all parts of the house, 50 130ND: L-UMI3ER COMPANY

every A. Wood's house .o/< New York ave. cents; seats can be reserved at Allen's
nue. next week. -fO 900 I'
It Is popular. /
Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand,

1L 1O cents a loaf.FUDGER'S o o.o.o ooo o o-o a..o..o..oF -- Prices on all kinds of '

iR Cabinets.Panels Photographs on Malden In Covers.Board. Lumber, Lath, Shingles Flooring Ceiling

"u : A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards ,
I Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Easela.

I YOU We. Study to I'lenae. StUDIO. Mouldings, Turning, ,


"O"Q''t <',,_. ..." Brick, and Everything in the Lumber lane. Orders delivered
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\ ..have..A4\. in aby the pre IUJ Ba0oooooooooooooooooooooof}} 0o AMONG OUR-. --AD-VEJn'isl-

.Alurln the State News |g go Alcott, W. W.-Grocer. { IJ;,', .

'L I.. "ted at con- 0 Alexander, J, K.: ---Attorneyatlaw.Allen __ : M''.'

Fnftbe streets and e ooooooooooooooooooooooooooA 1L'1'-. Oculist", Aurlst. 'v.LEADIN ,.... :: =:YI./ ,: 7 w- ,i \ -' I
.1. 1" & Co. Furniture."
I attract the crowds, rural free delivery of mail will Allen, '

1110W people wllldo the res_ Ics. be established out of Tampa. Allen, \\". A.1. Co.-Jewelers. ; A

feature will be a dalflfch I establish Atlantic Coast!: Line Hallway.Itaervcke ; t. '... r 7 .1V r: 'V7it.i
,( ,.e Chicago capitalists are 041.110 '
Mrs. VMa'Physician.( i
-- ve by Dana Thompson, wbg of to do. ing a cement plant at Cftrtersvillo, Bennett 1Touse-4eferry Boarding. General l' !) 8W.79
tow fightt lVj 1rall
dive from a ,
[ Oa
rtlsed to at a coat of $1,500,000.)
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1 vt Kent- Blacksmiths.lUgilovv ,nUll ,
age \
: : / blurb, turn a somersault e, ,.._.IIJ! 1--
,. tub of water four faf ir:! The Virginia T-lditoral: Association Hardware Store .. s. ', f u'IIl.l' 1 I I if.
:0 a Tea will visit Florida in a body daring hood! Lumber Company-Gleuwood. r ; .
It :
i ,, 00000000000 j I Iy tcfollows tt feet square. _,kl venomous for bat ng'd the coming month. After leaving Brill, 1 I', G.-Novelties. Oldest. Established House in the City. '4 ,: 'J ;>.r"

0 Dedkfltio) th The company wand most vicious ely Richmond, they) will be the Cairns .T. T.-Lumber. Contracting-

d our people guests of the Seaboard Air line. ( 'Ii ristlane, ', C.-Grocer.
: own which Indl- )
Yis Party,
7 r to I DRY GOODS ;
0-7 inlshe v't,bat he *Is honest. But he Mrs. \V. O. Beal has brought suit Davis HOI1>!--Hoarding. AND NOTIQNi)1 A
0 0 1 0I(I DurU ens", his", argument/ by questioning? for $10,000 against the city of I Davis, (:;co., W.A.-1'Land:Physician.Deni.irost for. sale.

T lit game The wlet ijiXThonesty of those who differ\ with Fernandina, on account of injuries Preka tV Co. Dry (Good Groceries. ."SPEOIALTIES._. ': ;

'u(1 ball, and so film. Perhaps It was asllp of the pen. received on the night of December I Dr. Miles Medical Co.-ICIkhart, Ind. < .: : '/'rrl ."vy "

I doubt If any one can seriously ques- C, on o defective pavement. :Such: !\lc\\ 1).-Hardware.Kmory Boulevad.--- ,
fyi fact, Del-anil New York Avenue and Woodlawn tt $ v' '
: Colleire-Ox foul, Ga. '
tion the of Abe suits ate d"'s. !
team that she h. honesty Henry Clay rare no\V ,) (Ih'ickson: A. Novelties.!: ,. '"Sssv.. ;

years, hut luck leet- f Lincoln and Tom Reed. I take a lit- The establishment, headquarters Fl-h, H,>\"ttto! ncy-at-L.iw. Deland Flor1da.. \" ..: 1i! ;> V* '. d; "

,, for Instance !loth tle broader view. I say an Americanwho for the,ill.\ P. WilliamsCoutpauyand \ "I'Vher. lien! \-Druggist.. .. _h -- .. 11'
/ states tariff must Florida last: Const' : Hallway. I. ,. >

vl t Bennett mut !saed 1)s he dishonest opposes: :,a Ignorant protective or unpatriotic. the PtVock, Hunt & AVott I PudgerV.! IJ.--It.ilccr. C'onfectloner. ".t..,.......,......'""...,"....."..'"...,......'..!'".'..'.!.4.."...'."'f..0., _!I..t.."'-_'Nq.'....,"''!..".,!..,.,._(i'''...',..'t'Urj'U'1' .:."S'UcUV, !! .''f.''.'IIJ .; ). ,'I" 'i, :tl\.:, :
Jeld- something --,. Company in Jacksonville iiideponil- ( ii-rni.iii \York.--Nt'w: York City. C" wy's : :
:Most college )professors: even at Harvard Haven, II. C. --\\'cll Contractor.Iliiihiklns ',' .' JL4-:
Timerf '
iAnown to do befGoth parties ent of the Consolidated Naval Stoios: 's z ?
are free traders. I Impute It I 1 Scott- Hlackmniith. : a F easan.'t : : : ": *MJ
hoc silver the to make J.M-k- ._.1' '' .
J UennJ/o Company promises :
-ped two and to their I Ignorance. The most learned : hood., C. I I. & Cu.-Lowell, Mass. ".: : {, >
*The Ortnond team /back as a ileniO' souville the largest naval( 1 stores I Hotel 1'iitn.iiuAV.; Chase, prop. flf (' .j\rif. f ".
1G0 TO lHE
T. ,
professor! when It comestolayln out ; '1 ,tle,
in the world. The Hunter, O. H I'hywlclnn. .
Park after theoffered- port 1'
for correct a cotton I'OW. Is more ignorant/ than I llutclilnsoii I A. J II I. -I teal V'ntate.llutchliixoii t : ,.
Wednesday l-ea- \ two companies: in addition to the I Ii A Q 0T I eeL -o-s it : I .I.II
party to wbuIi heDeland the average! cotton, plantation negro; Consolidated have alreadystarted MktK.. McBrlUe.MRr. r. ; ,
team by a scyr luhn II. Stetson University.Ij. ""
;.mil In trailing a deer he Is Infinitely .j >- "Pltt
affiliation Sts hence _
years operating and the iU'rPIIHf' .'.K. N. Hallway. S' j {K
f 11 parties admit his ability, more ignorant than the measliest old in the naval stores business ia: being;; \l'ldJiarmi.l. .lohn -Physician. : I i \: ,.
urday (
hound In Florida. felt. :;\Il"I'lr"y.: I I"'. i'--UryGoods, Etc.McLcnii s ')'ct .
rles. Aaver shortcomings may be. The old time crackers had an axiom rapidly : .l I'nttauv. 15oaiJinr.MiulV ( ( ti I Four r3eatlt t11 tikes fot Jjoatit\g.:\ i Iz ,

"A peck: of corn raise U worth a The following from the Daytona: '>ck- 'OHI pany Chicago. 1;, .
,---- you 1 < '
Oazette-NewH, is sensible. : "A patron ;Melrose Hall -lti.irtllnr.Munson i S"ilbots\ llofbor\ts\ Gqioes foifot !: 11
.Ida's I leading newspaper, has bushel!: you buy. That Is protectionIn : A. S. -1'lijsician.Nenl i
of the Gazette-News boirovvcil 4 Irv
nutshell. Protectionists do not .
a :
M. Ii'hutngrapher.Ilie
dropped the name "Citizen1'! it: seek", tu protect banana growing in the Sanford Chronicle and the Or- I Crancitlioarding.. ( fi,,iJVo l\qvge\ < j llnt ission 10 rot ilds.\ i / i ;
known the old and .
now by popular I'linnoctirut. They aim to produce III lando Sentinel-llepoiter in order to I'rirls Medicine, Company.IVrklni. I ':!I'fI

name, "Times-Union." Twelve in our own country everything that can choose a hotel at which to Atop) witha (I'it'I"CClr..I .I.lameW.. -M 'illclne. Lawyer.Company. :: Chlh 1otisc( OP tcq< \ to( 111c I'ti'blic. II jj i'!. .. -,.;

fourteen jeans ago the TimeR'Union he produced here with as little laboras party of others who were going Itri've: C. Photographer. .II'1 I '" I.i .

Make over in Orange county\ !but lookedin Royal: D.iMny! i'uwderCompany. ] -
rKe where. For example:
out the News-Herald, '" !t '
was bought by the duty on oranges such that we can vain for an hotel ad, and yet vefrequently Itv'l.'iii'LfV: : HI'lrkl1lan.Grucers: Ij i! Parties Can Have the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, Kith; Dishes: | '
but the former name was retained. 'I'ayllll'i: l Dentist.Thr ,
bear that it does not .
compete with the West Indian who -y I':-latl. and Mercantile Ex. I etc., at Moderate Rates. | 'J I II ,
About three years ago the TilU(>s- to advertise. Any : if..r j>ir- %
gets: his!: labor for 23 cents a day. THEN paper The \\ .ive'rly Hoaidlnff.V.uue. f /3
Union was bought out by the Cit tat's: advocates protection when It culation approaches tbe' .nainl A. It.-- ..lacksoiivllle.olim.i t .

izen, and the paper published" tinder' a-k., our people to patronize home mark,. is Every valuable busiu'adve inn ig w> I tli.ediuni. \\\'a' I kill';(,County.luhn. 1furs,\ b-tr.t't, Company.Hides, Iron. 'i goor) FLoor ilJi) l'Aj\TO[ f fOlf 1'J' <111cirH>) fiI

the name "Times-Union mid Citi merchants!: and home producers. VVinclicMter Hl'"eatlnArml'/ Co. I
Horace Oreeley", tells of the benefl- ability to read can / any paper tVright, Si Ins 11.-.1 ".urallcc. Ift I- '
zen." Ia the interest of brevity the In the advertisments the j iniulo. tutu -- --- -- !( C- Kefreshments will he on Sale every Thursday, with Music Irf the j ij i r
dent influence of
words "and Citizen" have now been protection immensely rich he have, business The 'Hi' .il. l.oiiip Life i{ evening; for Dancing. I \
etise of a Connecticut man who owned : i' .... ._, ,_._,_. ..'
?.."",' ,".'...iritnirtiri( -.. ,- -. .- .,-, -,. .. -.-. ..'.,-.'........::.? .
dropped and the old nnine "l'iluf'HUnion" IliOil')\) acres of land and paid $20:! per acumen IloU practical. sjm) ( 'nn-I-t-in I Ire "inJ;! all the main or- riiT i i;ro. ; ri'irii rln.,4hn.rnr,4 <*r.fir4ir ir'rii7i; *riiri :i; ; Mr .7 r4 ; ; ; 4

metrical, well-rounded brain will if.inot:: the, hotly iu healthy, regular -
800 cleared, the
to have
resumed." Papers may i-oine, acre acres
action, and in quickly destroying
take the and
tip as opportnni
and may go but the TIIUOH- timber' being destroyed as worthless. ,deadly ib\"eist: > jrei nis. Electric Bitters O o'- -'{>'*'O'- ..O'O C+.CyO
papers Tie afterwards", bad the other 8UO acres ties offer and the exigencies of I lie feyul.itf r-toinncli, liver and kid .

Union goes on foiever. clean, and the contractor gave him situation demand, phico himself\ end H-\-] purity the bluoil, and give! a 1. JOHN B. .G.STETS. 'vERSiTyO

made his business before I the public -l feiiiliil ai>i>etite. They work won- .
1 > timber and
+:ii!I per acre for the ,
Floridians should be utterly do- through the medium of the news' iK-r In curhg, kidney troubles! female I
no charge for clearing the land. A conipl.lints, nervous diseases; ", constlp DE LAND FLORIDA.
\ void of all petty sectional jealousies protective tariff had been enacted, papers.: I :ition. dviep| 'iiul malaria Vlg-
Anything that benefits our "l.clilllll en.ibhnif: Iron furnaces to start up, LAW FOR lUnNINCJ WOOl>8. iii'ons In',11 Hi ami strength! always follow ,

of the state all the rht. At :and t they bought/ charcoal from him- ilevi.eJStat- their Ihl'! < Only fine, guaranteed- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. '
helps Sectio li 2527 of the iyV.. A. Allen and\V.1'isher, drugI :;:- F

present the most of the state is u thus netting the land owner $32,000on utes of Fvridl1'E'lItlll: tin follows. : -' 'ras' .,, _.
the *in> acres: last cleared, and utlU ------ PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER.

l wilderness-all sections need, iinuiigrntion tog/ the timber, which had theretofore Whoever sets fire to or bus us nuywild ..) PORT OIJ/INOE. ", .eNprrlsl --- ----- --- -- 3 0

and capitul. If the East!1 been destroyed. This Is one instance forest, woods, lands! or uutrEhe) CoiriHpiiiiiU'iic'i.Port COLLEUE OF LIHEKAL ARTS l'Of.L1'rH: OF LAW
except between Ffb. Ifitli, amid '
Coast is boomed and set lied up, it of the benefit of a wise protectivetariff. March 31st, of each or between Orange, :21! !.-Our ladles ACADEMY St'IIUOL OF TECHNOLOGYUfsl.viss 9 t
( 's
is but question" of time when sell It. 5.r; *les us to utilize waste the said dates'without giving ar, novv 'busy waking articles for a NORMAL, AND PKACTICK SiHonr.sKlNDEKUAimiN : C'OLLKUE: 9 1 l t

I 'I' tiers will be forced to seek!: ollur |praductunemploycd labor. Free two days previous> notice to all persons fan- to "lie held next month for the : S'llOfrh4 -' lILTSICND ART 4( rLawOrnduatrsnrboittedtoI'rocUrisPtii
f trade- do the If we would )
might same (
I lii'iiellt of Grace hurch.Mi. -- --- -
portions of the stale to I t\llll1f.' bent living within one mile of the t .
stick to It because, It would make us '". n\iiminiitlun.: "tee.
and Mr. Jones uitnnut Q
intended 1 let tireI shall be riyhtinjfmaster/: .
place to p
" investments The same is tine of ; M> that would fo down to .A.l''lIIl'll'I'I'i. ;,' I'1II ot. I inn'il, ", wages (
poor last week and
: punished by) imprisonment not exceeding came Kentucky All .\ili. <<|ii:iu' iiml (''''"I'| ''t' ni I'lKiillv' i.l.' Inutiiiitins.A V
) the West Coast", or Central Florida. that level which would enable us to GO days' ) or by line not exceeding arc boarding with Mrs. Case.! well :..'KM.tvi,) mill, Cii niri| 'liinilMMinii'iiiu.. .

r7 or any other part. With an area compete| with the cheap labor of $100. Mr.I Appon/eller/ returned to PortDi.nitre llM'i' +I HIII.I/""MII Kullil.ova mill l i Rgnipnrtnt.AFplrndidly : | | ..

other countries.: linisli! out the after lgnippt.m: .\iiiiiii<4iuiii.V ,
to !
able to support 25:! millions of pOll'k : season:
It Is free trade: that makes the richricner THE fALMfcTTO: Fl axe l INDUS'llO.: J.jltitirv i.l' o'i i 1' I I .uo1"Innits' I
ui-iii" his!: father buried In Illinois. 1JFor J Jc
million ----'------
.r-1. pie, and with less thus ono h' .L...h
: ", alit the poor poorer The r Few 1'9oridiansr'ealize! what. immense Mrs. M or ell, who came here very } further infuiinuUon oQdmss the l'rt'.n" ; tent, y
here, we cnunot inilulgo/ in petty man 1 is far better, able than the poor /
proportions the pitlmeltc sick, Bled Sunday afternoon. The 9 JOHN F. FORBES. P... D.. DiLa"o FLA
1'- jealousy. We should all work together 111,111 to protect himself from its. baleful fiber industry ia i> assuming iu tlii-. jody, i.s to I Ie taken to Illinois for bur c-oO.-o.-o.O.-oO.O.'O.O.O''O.'C ,.0.0.0.-0.,0.0-.

for the general brood of the effects. state. Advices foul the IIt'Y1'II1: I ial. ,
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entire state. I do not regard; protection as a plants throughout the palmed :MM. 1 Doiialdville\ was the hostess: or' 1 .- ..

ijiiestidii which can be fairly discussed belt tell of larger orders for tho product Uic euchre! party last AVudiiesdjy !

t The Democratic Executive: Coin I in u newspaper' article. 'Pnose who than it is possible:! to (ill with, evening./: .\enjoyed themselves ex-

rouwU seek to know the truth should study present facilities, and of addition ;rr..dinly i ) I as they .ilw: iyx do at these EMORY
of Hamilton
mittee county
) Horace Oreeley's book, the '!speecheiof being made to the plants 1 i-nti'i t tainnifnts.A i .

the governor...!!! NE.I! ho i ll uol Henry Clay and Steward's speech,. From Melbourne comes the new boat load of ladies and gentlemen", I .

consult 16 committee before up opposing tariff "reduction made inK that the plant\ there is making a s went picnicking down the river to e OOLLEGE :: ''i

pouting a treasurer for that county I .jl.l predicting: the financial crisis oiKT7. fine fiber as ever produced in Anici ;Mo-ijuito Inli-l last Saturday.:

..'...I"rhe! editor of. TMK NVH is not ica; that they cannot begin to Ipcp I'1:. S. I Koliei tsim took a large party .
: It was the fear of democratic linkcling up with orders!; that two new machines iliivvii the Indian rI\'l'rlast Monday InIns OXFORD GEORGIA.1903 j
much of a poll.r 1 : 1\ :;"! remembers with the tariff that caused. the 1636- ,
: ate now being built, um 1 huge toininoilious) boat. .
something0uT' Hamilton panic: of 18113. The bankers do not have t b. for foil _. .. ,
plans eii perfected ;Mr.I 11.ill' is tying; ) the boat that hen --- ---- ----- -- ---
county politicians kicking out of wilfully I I cause panics. They may more as soon as the two new one I "i"i'nlly purchased extended"' ", and im- f' '.
thiH precipitate them when they get iu order. \FURD in situated on a high ridge in Ihe healthiest section
harness last summer. Did not are running |>IOVcd.Mr. .
scared at dcimicratoc success: and call O of Middle loorgiu, where there am no local causes to \...
committee refuse to participate in Recently this factory was forcer? '1 : :M\ns, the resilient: minister ,

, ? Did not thin in their loans.. to decline an order for om-" 1IIIIII"II11dtous 1 1).tytuna, ILLS bet n appointed to breed uickuesH.: The College will continue to make every c l liu \\0 t

the state primary I If calling out troops will cause! prosperity of liber at good prices !, jiit\! because afternooiinstead well furnished.
the >: preach' here every Sunday effort now, aa ;in I the p'i'.t, to eml) foilh t young nieu .
committee refuse to abide by Germany should be a far more did have sullicicn! t '
they of resident Methodist
having a
: und zealous
t physical strength, in menial 1 training, in : + \
I rules for conducting;. tho primary) a. prosperous country than the United capacity to supply it. When the minister here. Cluistian'N. ;
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< _unciated by the state committecif States!: ; as a fact the American work new machinery is installed the capacity --- ---- character. t

".r... .,As we said tip iVlitor is not positive : inyuien were never so prosperous as will be largely increased bu, ton Know VVhHl 1'mi Are TnklnKwhen Courses leading to the three degrees-A }j., Pli.H., and S.15.: v :;-f,fart

\ they are today, those who lead sober the business! too IH growing l'IIpilllrand you take Grove's Tasteless designed to lay) broad fouiulauous for imy walk in life .:t '
about this, but he remember there chill 'lunic .tit-cause the formula 1 is .
lives. never .
prudent Perhaps it is evident that additional is for election of t
After the Sophomore given
If the plainly printed on bottle ", how year rl
of the kind. committee \ of them every
something were HO large a proportion machines will be '- I
. !: soon Decennary. that It is Iron and student's 1 ,
inv'! simply QuInine studies in the direction of the special ftplitiulep.:
I, did these things, it has no who wasted, their wages on liquor and These facts demonstrate that in a tasteless. form. No Cure, 3sC' T.
1 kick coming about the governor's on riotous: living. As: for the trusts: there is room in this industry) fur no pay. r,().. -- ----- / 1 v mil 1

! The labor trusts. are the worst, the profitable investment, and that II ----.-- Tim t'ru n'itl lUnlnir' Hull will offer goad I'<....1 III rust mil lu lli'frJtl "LJ, ._ 'f
action. If it did not 'kick out of ,lit dollitr per muiitb. I'liruleliuil rooms me" 11'1111 "one dollar per nionlli for each .... '_.I..'..
most cruel and barbarous. But one d additional factories could, nol .,..,- I
: zen .
; Ililibn rd, mid .lull' Commissioned. .
there is some jus ) liHJtrur. TUIs 8>mein la under Ihi-linnii'dliilo IO."W.'IMI." of u 1IIhul' of the >'uc .11 ,
harness, perhaps who does not like the trusts need not overstock the maiket with this excellent : On Saturday the 1'tenldent reap- oily, who la assisted by u competent" and expi i Iriit'uil. niutroii. J .. t ::1
tice in the protest. use their product. If he does not fiber, which is yet nuknowi '
) ". liiiiiitc.l 11. Illblitiilas: postmaster { '
". like the Standard Oil Company can to a large percentage of tho buyersof : at IK-r..iml ;:andN J. M. Jolly as post- All necessary expenses for 'the college year way be brought I ,t ,
-J\ A member-electot: the Legislaturefrom use ligbtwood splinters. this nation, to nothing of the .TIt4LL
say ., .
\ iiin->tcr at |).i\iuiia. The friends of within $175.00.TEUM) \ .
Manatee county has issued 8 The Colonel's statement as to our possibilities of an export business. mill have l>reii rongratulatini! them. ..______ _______ 0;, ..
of the voters of : ,t;; cent dollar may be true. If so we Times-Union. "I.. ,
call for a meeting ul Daytona was a candidate -
'.' will have a tremendous crash wheneverit --_ _--_ iNew : OI.J NS Sii"iiiaiwiii 17, IOU:: :1
the county, for a heart-to-heart tall] 1 \ and made a hard. light, for the tol .
which not be until a Cvntnry Comfort
comes, may .
wish him to a':>|n>:ntiiiLiit at P.iytona. but !Mr. Jolly I
about the course they ,democratic I Congress destroys the Millions: are dally limilnir! a world ol

at Tallahassee. Now that conrtdence of the people who save comfort In Bucklcn'a Arnica Salve.' had. the strongest! pull and landed For catalogue and other )information, address .
It kills pains from burnt scalds' cuts pfi-siininon.. The fact that !Mr. 'jl
is the thing to do. 'Ou r thne mem their money. He says when money Is and bruises!: : conquers ulcers and. fever lolly publishes the (only; Republican

,'. ,1. here from Tolusia county should plenty times are good. Times should sores; cures eruptions salt rheum, 1)w-paper In the state of Florida James E. President
surely have been /good in the South boils and felons!' ; removes corns and, doubtless' ", had some affect in InfluencIng Dickey: ,
follow the example, set bythe gen during the last days of the war. They warts. Bent pile cure on earth. Only his appointment. _
2oo at W.A. Allen's and O. W. Fisher'sdrug
should ...
tleman from JIoatee"i; they ---
had plenty of money. !
stores. ; !
:sane i a call; giving time and place, E. E. HOPES. -- The poet Prescription for Malaria, Oxt'onlJt GEJtGI.t.. ; .f

...... iaruwhat the people of Volu- Astor, Fla., Jan. 16, 1003. For rubber stamps, pads, daters I chills and Fever 1 is> a bottle of Grove's J,, { I..
.\ ; -.---.-- stencils, printing outfits, call at THE Tastele Chill Tonic. It is simply ..'N..
/ co" with regard to
.desire -
\ NEWS office. iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
roads rind" Way to Live long No Cure No Price, 50c. '"
\diD e) county for good Pay.
The startling announcement of a Quite Natural. -- The Racket Store
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on 'r Buhjects. THE NEWS discovery: that will surely lengthen "Isn't it strange, that humorists arenearly YnUee-- f

m 'fee Volusia county is nowifence life is made by editor O. H. Downey, : always melancholy : .
of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to "Oh I don't know. You see they sell By request of Senator Sams: and J. A. ERICKSON .' "
t .iM rilor; law. Our peo- state," he writes, "that Dr. King's all their good humor and then they n prell ntatl veil Sparkman and Smith, Proprietor, "h41's

lul consulted; on this sub- New Discovery for consumption is the have to get along tho beat they can on I will conduct an examination In theourthouse ; tY

i'lnatters' would also most Infallible remedy and that I have It' what's left/'TNew.York Herald.' at D Land, on Tuesday, DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWEL {
Pt known for coughs, colds /grip. '
he meeting. This invaluable to people with weak lungs. 'ebruary( 3, 1003: to fill the vacancy In RY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC. '

op Having this wonderful medicine none The Other Man. the Hartow Military Institute at Agent for the SINGER, the best Machine in the world. All kinds of + a '
direct "Ear two sides to said
a victory Fla.
am desiring
s a approach need dread pneumonia or con- lartow, : Applicants to )' 1 ,
'.. is of coui'be the tumptlon.> Its relief is instant and Uncle Shad. "D r'8 de p'lnt ob view ob take this examination should be at toe' Sewing: Machines repaired aid parts fuioitLed. t't'N'( ?I
on .. oj >1 cure certain." W. A. Allen and O.W. de victor p'lnf ob view ob de courthouse at .S o'clock on the above: Best and cheapest HARNESS in the city. Harntea reraiitd prompt!
t an expression fisher guarantee every 50 c and $1 man dat get licked. MOB cbery victory date. BERT FISH, fHupeiinteadent.
\0\'ye eople.o'y bottle, and Rive trial bottles_free. mean defeat,for de udder chap.cle ."- A rtl',.

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aJIN'l'-BleV8Q rosin bo HIM eonwrrior* I Fl ron surprised Mr. J the ilogued-c ourage of the AIltlt.alm .
I. J'J ,- and .L Chea AP. PUri00 school teacher,. ants ''Britouwbe'cnnslt c'G : : a'inelaeytt.-; '
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Pt FEW WORDS ABOUf f DE LAID I oo A Golden Ruleof ,

l Worry

. 0OO00OO0OO0OflOOOOLOQeoOOO0OuO00OO0O0OOOO Be good to your land and your crop ;
- - - -
will be good. Plenty ofPotash q1 I e ;
tlIIlrowlI bouts leave tRiton In chiirjeof --- =
AND Is ii 01 r own may ,, ;; 1L
aokWn "m.. the kvepur for a iinijl"' monthlY: or yearly Almost Unnerved Me I' .

.,. t antkU. I fee ThuSBVtnilhikuti of tlio' ulub're being -- I1
*bhueuted the of canals nl'tuvn Heart Pains. ;
1_ I'"lUll. by dlgrirliilf ; LOCAL TIME C X
hu St 'To1IInjlalu .: ,, piikf lake shore will ttnully/' be aciuhi'ud. ..

Vrlur.! : :'e-. 'll.) AR-BY,ATTRACTIONS. In the fertilizer spells quality f A, Short of Breath SOUTHBOUND -READ DOWN. Vi n7
iuvllliitbrouirh lfU .. : \.
G())!, uiac" thirty tnlluH, those wliotlvulraiiHid and quantity in the har. ?-- : ..

___________________ >I "bllll 0; ,air"( ntcno,t.8ieclnlly|' In tIme sumJtfhhorltiircoiiBt vest. Write us and fViv Faint and Languid.Dr.Miles'Heart NO.ifli.33No.29No.. 23 '\
_ int1 uiim-- Int'rNli dllla the 80llle of I Ihu we will send you, ?1 --- ( Luti1y.Duily.Daily., 1I"lIy. t re aca
ntll-:..\'-, by net mull -_. _
_ thlost!IIt.I"h..s .Oi'ciiii' beneh In time world.. free, Cure and

acllll1e DfLeou and Slut, Hprlntra IIIHI most IntervittluiT our money winning 'a 2 JI 12 t81' fl40" T 55 a Lv.Jaoksnn. __
way,, UkClty uuturul object willilii I I dl'l\'lnll'dlo.' books. Nervine Cured Me. J I 833//, . . . '!JO"I"OksonVIII' ,
easy o t8 II 00 ] 00 8t. .. .II.
L If
.,. via I' I' n s '" Augllatlo.
lance frau Uel..iiul, uml tliu rAndd hi any direction GERMAN KALI WORKS. --- / . . . II a .. . .UAs.1 011'8. .. -,. '.
.' 8myrn l>elltj present u )pictidingviirli.tlon' of OIIIIIRUgroves 93 Naiuu StrestN. "ft his liocnfive years Fincc I was cnrctTfol -lH.S1tOp 1144ft15405 .. E. Palatka. .. '. i 1

_ ( by a roicu- iflnnt pines little hikes Hint, tropical .. V. k. r heart trouble by your I heart Cine nn.I Krry-: . . 2 13 p it 15. 15 15. i.y. ..i''alatkms. .1.vl"-o+<>l '
''mall,' and a Hue looking/ "liiuiiiiioi-ka." tnt?. nnil' I I nm as pound I n.l a ilaUKr I in _' 8081'Hotp iLjs.a! 'Ar .1'1I1.'kll.. .Arj "\. .-. .1 _

_ Pvevmlleg through that cucan' : tudav. Fur wveial,, yvar-i:>Jl hail, ,I ... .. G 60 I. .. ." Ill,.., 8&.. '.
d .over the shell HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. been millrHlijf, with my lieuit... 'i.. .,llunl Iijll/ ,. :.8631'j____ Nlmt_ 8 III..a lr..K." Nutten. Arl \

one for the hud )become,, idmit and ditlirult' .WL L times" . . 13 no p. Lv. N.'ltl.' . \
puiar Your llrut 'lu..II..n rvtivhinir UeLund Is It'. . . . . .. ) Y
.W .lioih, '.1"I"eu. I' 1 pains) ubinittlif h.III.i / .onellmea 133t// \.
v ,.z1ie route to I>u-> for u stoppIng pluce. A great variety is offered niieil Nvit'i, lliilt'iinir I v./uld. II.-e. 0 ... . . 13 41. ;' . .IJllltpot.. f. .. _
l_ eksonville! to Lake -from the most 1'1111111111wt,1/ to tliumodest ncccinip in- I li \'II> faint nnd.I I l.miui'l. '1 lu.' el.t: exciteniint 'Si 11 1 10 I'.. . O''olld.' "' 3 68 \ ______________
the '5 11 to"I 3tOp In3JOO./ ( .. .D..yloD... .. Lv.\. ', 3tOI' .
!Lunu'81111\dlllll' on
\ home-like bourdlnir house kept by, would uU/inft 001 "
or cia rv iiiiurrveme.
.I'urtO..II ..
ari 3 ,
32 3391'
Ce la one olten taken b)' Indies of refinement., Whatever one wants, ho I tclt Hint imulil'Ywns I" uiowini () 63 1'I' It 20. .N..w 1-11II3..U., 313 4 ,.. \ _ _
..uue4 to Florida lor the Hrsttfford can be ai'cdiiiincidiited. Tho eurdnof seit-nil WI r.e nil I I the linn'" njnit-,- mitivi1 if iiiiuiyrcnu pZ:< /,. ..Oule. 11111. II Cl//, . :--. )
where hu disembarks of our hotelsund, bonrdlntr houses can bu ,dii's I I h piiciibed' I Iw pli\>iciuns without% .c.:::1<>::1 /, .. .. / ... 11131' 87J' %-.k. .
-'- olitnnuiiir,u,' relief 1, I was u nuliKud. I to give yuurremcdii pL .1 21 ". .. .Oo..ou .. 1 to.-. '
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IOU81111.1 evini'ortabiode steam- found In tills piiper' and time 1'1'O\>I'i"loI'll will 12 CI I! &' : \ _
r St.: Johns river line, the truvLiel.and take pleasure in furnishing rimteiuorany other j PImi.1iicrShin ;! tb)'. !'!. a I Ira. l. 1 wis relieved the si'Cnnil. Ai'c: : :: : : : :: g .3 Hg p ii. 1 t : : :: : ;: k.II iuihIli.,' : : .. : : : : .IH l r. Itn 4 OI'' ;.

either, by rail over III"Ua' I -I look tills pifiuru will) "ko- I.iv. and ndrr I iklne' t llirce or four buttles niltytnptoins I ,,,,"'I f3 S' 1 LI ...I hourume., .. . ..... .13 41 'I' lias.. IIHp ,. _
a Inf01'\l1l11l01l I desired. uiy nnil .
ri-inovcil Imve
wele neverMi'iwrd (-I 07 i I'. .. .... 13 Oil' .
or he may take hack which Ii""I'I)' all of our hotels and boarding: houses dim It'' \vliilo 1 111.0",1.IIl'Whnt I Hgns/ ., of returning.: "-KfcV. GEO. \V. !:: G 61/j, ...... I.u. 10. . ...... II i II R. . ..h I' t'
|Ts all boats.LlMATCAND. are surrounded, by attnii.'tlvoyurds, .nnd h Is It ? I K AfOHK. Cliincotcuguu, Vu.Tinre I.- I 0 00 I' 240 J.It'ree. . ISIS //I II 0. 13 8t.' 8 0 te
) 0 : . : : : .... . 11I41... .. !.4
HEALTHFULNESS. jestiu .shudu tl'LealIlId all ftice paved' '''IIIU.// S lie-- \VHl.I I that I ImiMins" < ; I Unit I stumli are many svmptoimiof heart disease, .33 I .... .E<.I..n. . .. ) III a ...... X.
which soclosely resemble, those of inoiecominon .. .... .. . ... ... .... ..
|y la your sojourn you will wish Ho asmBelt' 1'ormiulet home-life" Ilicy inc unexcelled.Fictile up perfectly' Hlrnlulit I:; I itt. I tln. |MiiilitK: h: i 0331'' "' 1011:1",, : ... .
W disorders ,,. .
fn.qn""lly .
nrrvous:; an | mis- ---- ( ] .tt
: ,. by observation: and inquiry reI parties lire gotten Ill'| weekly by the tower of 1 I'ltw, ; I tl.osc |Ii'ii ii)iii tr I bnlliliims I I lend the iiliendin, "11\1I1.'in.' I turn in discs No.23: : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : HH : : :: : :: : : : : l .:$.. lt.,1'.; : : : (''ISa; .: : : : ,
P I tile climate of Florida In general und guests'. und hosts antl pleununt days Pliant at tint of/ hi'iiil ul I Hie stoiniiih, kidneylivcror, ... .. .
'- lire iiorpi'iidiciihir rdilirrH I In the tii> > <: it c. '
Hg 11 : g
u of IJuLuud 111 particular.e will suppose !>lune! grounds from three to ten or twelve liinys I bctoine affected. Atf.'Uii the .symptom !:._ _.:.. ; r. 4 .; : ,; 1 l s. i It Ci'ii 1 S. .. .!:..
vlciulty. I II ;10". 25 t 30 M. 11 0410 1 10 G 03
t that you have come In December or January niles from town. tutor bi liiosc \voak"nrd" iieives'' UN t ttred 11:15: Ii J .7 30 I' 4 iO / Jupiter..a. .e 4A n. 14) itOn 100 I'//1 G CO I'I'
4( You tiotlee that uiout of the trees areIn SECRET SOCIETIES.St. feeling slreidvhnness. timidity, the patii'iit is 114', II 0 (iii me 9 93 I' iO J'.. t 60 lii) s 10 4011 1380II/ 00 I'
1':11'11 easily, excit.ible, mid tn without' .. . .
lull leaf. Choice roses, seen III the North Johns apt worry Ill 1'1 I" ... OS l' .11. Ii) ," 8 20 P j ju
1'lmptur No.4. It. A. 1.-7 mum 11.1<'111,1"-1'0" l you ,lM.>Iieve I in the possibility I. nice 1 If 1 >ou h.ivc the 1..lhl nspiciun that 1'1 u 27 13 I' ..... . .,..I'ay, . //\II II . 8 19 "p
only In yreuii-houses are bloomintf unproteeted berss; 1'. 11. Webb, seerctury.St. / of the ol iliaunsL', liy your, Item, t i I'. weak stndvy'iir, htiuiht.uuu.aul'h! 1 11 lIt,, 00 I .. .. Ft. I.s.uierulale. .. III) 0 . t to p
iu tile vurdeiis. Iver= ) thing reminds Johns Lodiie, No. :UT: I". & A. M.-IK membeis \ cure" wuiigcstlon I licL'in I lie urn ot J JIt.,. i"I the'.' I ll'-ari/ Cure,.. I the II l'i ii..9.. .. .. Ill i... ... 11-111\(11.1", .. .7 /Cl a . . t 2Jp
... . . .
you of the finest Mayor Juno days of the ; H. I). Ilraecy, sueretury. ? grout heat I nnd blood tunic without a day's H 0\1 1 iI// Lemoll City 29..a t 07 P S
.... moat favored northern states. Tliu months C'IJI''S8C''IIIJ1. No. 13, W. or \V.-71 iimeiii&amtt' | : htJiiuhN'ihy.. crrtnluly. I wim feel delay. J.!.. _! ._._._! .!. _-'__. !!.!. GO I' G iO.1 i' Ar )i III\IIII .Jv 800 I; a,) a K lIO"I I I 00 a .00 p

from November to March, may be claused. }&- T. It. Webb fli-rk. lug pretty sick;: last -week and mylto All .dnijfisU!( sill and guarantee' liNt bot- Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. J J.JACKSONILLJlJ

vether. While the summers are bug, hiHf ti111' Jliilfiiolla Lo.lift>, No. SI, I. O. U. .,'.-U: mum toll IlL',1' I I KO to a doctor, inn] tic 1 II'. Mile, >' l Kenu'dies. T-iriul, lorf'ce 1' book _

until October the jnlnsulur turin oi the* y,:.e, bOl'l' : W. M. '%Wooilwiird "seiTttiiry.Jlyrtle It uiiruil( mo rliiht: mvnj*. -SoiuwvlllrtMass. on Nerxou.i: und I llf I Ir. !Milas, Medu-ttlCo., Ell 1 lint> I, I nil.inity .
the constant breezes. : uud the Ireiiueut l'- '- Ixidire No. 21, K. of !>.-rt; mviiibeisChris. ; ( .) Journal.Tll I. ------j -j '--- Plii.3l' l- No.3, i Oo.I6

era, prevent the extremes of oppressive. heut O. Codrlmrton. keeper of reeoiils a nil -- ---- -.- No. 23 No. 21 No. 29 No. 35 No.43 1111111"" luituly, No. S3 1'/1' '/ No.99
i frequent iDluud niucli farther uortii. April '1'111.) Olllly. LiaIiy I Dally. lJdly. IJ..Jly. F.x F.x. I 'al.y. I Ex. I Dally.I .
,' OiilsV ii tl .I'uui. It. .
y ? : :: WKEFI.f'I )I h..ul Ioli. )I..n.I.v
r and May October uuU November are the fineSt ..1. O. U. W.-15 members 'r. It. Webb, 1'0- -
; "\"hi lehi do yon I tillnl I ic hilionld'" h ho tuoro, ,.';.:'f" :;' et-F" : JLoI\M .1""h."UVW.-i'M: i: l- i j'I-V 3-O i>if30,300PjB 201I..tI > '
mouths of the
corder. 1II"l 1 ifi'Jjp'8
year.Many ; 'r to ,,,,,,,,.. (t'. hott. \ !f II! l..3-L1I 3G ,u'
highly ciii t''tumoth. ml or I ln'tiliisV"nnswrri'il ': I "" ..l.t: I ,_ ..! .!?__ !!
people who have come here from the POINTS NEAR DtLAND.inilus uil1P3)y .. .,'", ... ....... I"."" ..,. ...w1h. -
L Isortu' tast' cud West or from one of tUeoutuern IUlle 1J1'h'M'.8' ; VuLt'olll'l.l'lnll'. II milesGnterprlse : "111"11""' ." Si'iiulnr Soyhmuirim. ir.lte5..""' \ ..: .,4'4a.c.; ;;": to bail'Its; to i'ouilti testoro: ('fiat.l4uii Orn.' =-== ST. AUlHTSTINE '1'0 JACKSONVILLU.No. ), -
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: states testify that the climate has !hi miles I ; (Jreen Sprlmrs/ 14 miles;: "I'.nt iiou.'iiMiys Mi<' only WilY a ." -.. '::0... 'ie. "I.'e S I"".r" ". : '-- .-lff'Ni36-IN, :38 -t -
I .; :t2 I: ..!' ..:::..JI No. 98 N,. 92 ). No. 44 No. No. 28 4iitbalhy.
irlven them 'reaL relief from rheumatism I Ciissiidiiiru! Camp, T miles. ; NViiini'mistu'M 3iiilleii man cnn thu V I lice J pruplo,, 1 Hint he huiibhli -- --., -- I I Dally. / DaIly Lx., .I'lIlIy Ex. Es. Daily I---I----I, JJady.74 I I D..lly..

.KStbum catarrh consumption. and various ; Luke Mflen II milfs; liorcsfnrd., ;a l iidles;; III. l It to get niuncj'." ; 1'1111. //1111. I'lln.

diseases. of the throat und lunus. The benefit Uniiiire City. u inik-s; (Uh.-n\voiMl iiillen; Ulirhnnd --- -- .- -- Lv. 8t. Anuruiot''lnel"I 4'1"' N iii-l( N li >-lil lii a.-IIi4 I I 'i a 11f10: 1, 6 10 p' noT n-op 1T 50"P p3i
The I
,to 1 be derived trom hie lit too milu open. "U' Park 5 miles; !Sprlnir (1111'.10'11. tf miii I.'.i; -- - -- I !: JO!,. II?" ille LL _,!:-, !_.!'_-'!!:... 'p .. !. _, 1 1'.7 I-LJO! h JI GO I'
are available. and are enjoyed 1.1U1I1.t/ ) flnuleeblu Uiiytonii 'M imles; 1'ierson, :SS miles; He-vllle,
alike. throughout the enure year, wn 2. miles; Unrlicr\ lllv 1U nilluii; Port I "IIIY", ,_ ..
De Land .
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t' ter and bummer. The city Is lor miles surrounded HI mile; Kldrlilye, IK niili-s; Kuipnrlu> 111 inlli-s: I ; ;; ; ,
by forests of the southern pine ""- Golf tlrouiHls, 'H mile; brarfootMnieiu)

'rlcliInK the air with balsam. 'Ihe atmosphere. prlntf 6 null's : ;; ... 'NO.3oP I No. 2 'No.4
t' ''at LeLand/ remarkuuly dry tor 1o'lol'lIlta. HOUSES AND COTTAGES. Booklet .!'".ITj--1"--T'1_J I) Liii t1. IJ"lIy ,I lO'YLIS-T--T--J : (tinily IiallyI '

t. Tucre are no hikes, rivers or awauipa in the I There Is vreut -niimd for t'urnlsliud ItolleeIurlnll' 7 tn Lv. .. .. Tltimiville. .. . Ar itS p I
,' immediate and the deep ucpuslt ol 'Ice l-v .. .. .I\IIUts\ .. .. .Ar 10;' t2 pOIOaLv/ NSniyrnmt..Ai.I 1401'' ? 05p
:, vicinity ( the winter season and persons' who us 113.. I.v . I isiecui, . .. .,\1'/1 I I 6:1: a 0031' I Utlt\"V'lIeAIirl 9GOGJp/ I
porous sand provides' perfect' buriace druluafo. Intend to comic fur tin- entire season shouldiroeure S M.. ,I.v. .. .111..l'prl.e.. . .Ar I It I O" 5 U ,. II I 811) Ii Lv (timing(' I'I'y,1" : 41 I' 0 Up

I Malaria. is prautically unknown. These their neeonuuoilutiuiis In advance. S. SlI..._ r ._. . IlIlIr"r:!
t, .. conditions with an ubuudanctiot'' pure urteSian Five oral:<-roolll eottuifes, urniHln-d. n-nt foi tjoTii N 17 No 1 No.20' .

water, and careful unitary arrtiiitfeuieuts <. tie to *tIll a month ; lurirer houses. from: >*1 15 I4l1n. li.mlly' I OfAYl"OR'l'? BRANCa: Daily 8on.Ititly ,
f make thid ucsiiunauly one or the fora modest. residence lInly.niO .
| 11I1001'
to | 1lIOIIIb01' I H l pOg'!'", ::12 l png-.ti IJ"IfIOlW". itlu OtV- t 4f//i' ILv. ... . . . JaekoonvlU . . . . .. . .A'-8' :I" I tOO p ;
a most healthful places to uu iouml unyHhere H place with all modern improvements. etc. I I 108u 4 5 1" . . . . . . . . . Lv 8' 383p''
PRODUCTS.UelauJ tug; 1.1.. "hu'u.Imttc( "t' IeLtu1. stud 1 vi- 114111.') .1 a UI' Ar .. . . ktoehu .. . . . . Lv' 7 tO "I 3:0p
PUBLICMPROVEMENTS./ . . . .. . . . . .
i Is hi the mldHt 01' of I the I elm, tiieh./ -s, sliet-t -''('<'IIO!:>, 11 H a II :' pr .... AllanU" 8.11. Lv I 'IC 318 p
1. one immoituulipottit II.J!.!1.1-! !, . . . . . . tilaypori . . . .. . i.uI 1 3d) 3 OOp
In the way of public Improvements can be ut onuiire K rowing, si-ctluns of I'lorMa. I fun in i n g o|icriil I ion t,M. 1111 i w'I'/'Iit.Y/ t I liiiildiut i -
weutioneu seterul miles of the Unest shell Considerable: Iruit was .shipped from this section TraInS do nut- slop nt Btatlo.-.soppoeUo which no time Jj. shown.
i riil) h hiii iof Aiiiutic
-< Club
? l > | Tli.-ariTlnift. Trtb'p show )hn limps nt -which trnlns be .
pxpnctad to arrive and
roads electric lights on thu ,iiiuin sn-eets ul lust '''111'. Time conilnuHelicon will may depart
) I
weluruely MR.S. L. S. ADAMS. Bhwl'I': : Jlg', 1 ',.I''OIi :Sprinjr: / Si.JolniH from thf* fli'Vortil,, I stntiuiia. but their arrival or departure at tht titiien ...t"lo,111 not KUurMiiteail' .,
tile city a system of water works taut us InereilHed. ahIV'.IIIIf.l1l1d' t lie time Id nor Inert. the Uompuny hold itself responsible fur allY delay or any congetjueiieev urialug
owueu and operated by the city supplying not fur. ,histii itt when In all probability ibis Of tll1h..I...., '..." .... I i I /rivi-r "wellninny; / I |"g'H; of therefrom

the purest w"lur..t a little above i-ostalbO will iiifuin bea irreiit oruiiKu producing coun "Wine of Canhii. U Indeed a blminj!! l rcii.liii nialti'i-: lU'sciij.tnc. of tho

furnlsuliiif adequate lire I'I'0t"etlo""III"secuu- try. The. produetlon of tin pineapple here to tired women. Having suffered for I It)\\ It ; iiilvci-iii-t-liu I liln I of ,,1I1'ulling Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.

lag a, low rate uf Inuurunce. An electrlu light promises to a'h'lIlllIlIt of the oriniHe./ Iteeentetperlments seven yean with we.iknVss and bur.
plant turuishes lights for street amid iuterioiUgiitmir. / prove Hint with comparativelyinexpensive I Inn-down< pains and having tried sev bnsiuf-HH and ] inil'.K) / *
We also fiat a UII ice factory, IUplylUM' ,,- 1 protection such soil I and : !
UeLand and the surruundinif country "tu tHat of liLund will profitably. produce 4 vlh no success, your Wine of C.irdulvvus I -- LINE.

a, with the article/ no essential to eoiui'ort in fruit which In size mid tiuulity farsurpHBuea 1 the only thing which helped\ me, Sent po'.lp.iid, to address 25c. Commencing January 1,1903.. OoinmenoiDg January IS, 10O3.: iJ

northern as well as lIO"tblla'nlm"a.<< / the pineapples. grown witlioutk. shade father tf.iu, Kvvntujlly cured me Itiermed any Lv fI..ItIIJ\llIn..1'hur. . . . .110'JII.VlIIlllnlllo.Tbllr., :! .. . .. sao"
south. build the weak ArN"IJ'I"II'A..FI'I . . . . 3001' Ar Key Went Simi., 'iImir. .. . ... 1030p
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. up parts strengthen" S LvN"'tt"W.I"H..t.' . . .. ))11(0.. l.vKvyWutMIIII.'I'bur. .. . .. .. .. .1100p
In June or July lui-tfe quiintllles of delicIous I the system and correct Irregularities.; I Till: N'KWS; r'LJMUSlllNCi!! CO. atm Ml. miii i Tliiii.Mun . .11110.. ,Arlltivlllul\lon.t'I'L. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7(5)5. t.
C Nine houses of worship testify that UeLandUuchurcbvoiutf Niavuru urapca ripen. Excel: limit pt-nches, I Commencing I'ebruary 2, 190J.: ,Lv lIutuiitIiIun.F! 'II. . 4 09 p :
community llnptlat, Episcopalian By "tired, \commuc'ii"1cIrt.) \( AtliuiMnivaii ArKry Went I'll ., Sat. : ::::: ::: ::::ll no a
Methodists Nortaeru end /tioiitbern : litmus Japan )persimmons, Japan |'dumn, peuuunuts nervoiiM voini-n who have l 1/).:. I.;. nd. t-'loritla. Lv %I:',"., V.'.v.1 1'rl. S O" Lv KeyVfHt lois: Sat :. :::: :::::::::: 6 0<> a
si 1'11b"I"'i"8. Thnrs, Hut .6'!"io
Ar NunHiiu TUPM.
rtiuvas aLv
watermelons and Ar Miami TIIOI.. Hut. .. . .. .. .. .700p
), Vresbyterlau Christians. and ItoiminCatliolles many SIlI ti-t litliletil frultsiireirmwii herewithaiicceiis. disordered inenscs, falling of the Nn uu Tnvi..Tliur. Hut. . 3 00 ]p
bealdes colored Uaptlsts ond Mcthu For the loeal I market and ti onib, ovarian truiibles or any of ArMl'iiul \\ ed i., Fri: Bun : : I U) itO u
familyiriirden tliOHe ailiiu-nlii that Commencing March SO, 19OJ.LvMliiml Above bourn Ijupcd on Wlh Merldlaa !Stand-
1m .
dusts, are repi-esvuted. The graded 1 school .. VOIIUMI \1' :
almnHt emlleiM .
oders au eight| years', course, and the building; Ides may be proilueed during variety tint entire of vtwla-) cur.Time this You call cure,,wonii'ii's yotirsfiratlioini, ) with : .,.' Ar Na' .miuTiii' M-.n.>..,,W..I.Tint! Frl.S"t., :::; .. ..:. : (II 2) .00'<'It J p lur./1'I11111./ except tta'owit. ..' fur' U.iUjJj.looa1( : ;,

which it occupies is now and newly furnished soil Is. part Icularly adapted to corn amid 1 great rcimilvft'ine, .. hi 4 t& I lv N itHSiiii, .1'"**..., .1" Hlr" Hut . . . 8 00 p I or Nassau time.Kor .)%
throughout,' and Is one of the moat commodious >tweet potatoes. Kecent IrltiUprcAe that uniinusimlly cured of ('urtliii. \Vin of I'ur'iliii luau k.4, # .,.t4Svi: >>5't ArMI"1II1I..I..I'I..lIull. .. . . 6 O.a. .
and best equipped public/ sehools. III the tlioiisiiii.U of cu.psVhidl, I ":1Ii '; >> "
high yrndu of tobneeo muy tie produced tluctitrs, ,:;" w.'t! .Jtt }:.. .:!
hl\vl'; h.uthm.l tol.i-tu-lit." Win-. I t ;t. copy of Local Time Card address any Afr nt.
tate. A certificate of ifraduutluu from this on the high pine lii pith. Parts of Volunia not bi'jrin In get w.'ll Imlav.! All 1f, ): f ; tL; \ t J :u:1:(. ; i i. ) Wtif i !! :

Ikhoollsl1uc"l'tll"and entitles the at John pupil btetaoii entrance University into- county are iidupled to the cultivation of dnigjfisU Imve $!Sl.UI'I 111)11 I |"':'. r'or .. ......... '!\",..".,' .. '..":' w('''bo-'JLl'. !:'"!: ''"'. ''\ .liftI't" ..".-", J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Oon. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE PL.&. J i iLOU5VLLE '
4> ,
the academic course.. tberui Slitter cane. nny rtiiinudi< I liver I or IKAVIdimr! / I .,:.t: b.J'! : .z..E- Jj !..1:. ... j; '---
MANUFACTORIES. dir Thedford's I lilaikDruilitslioulil C ; '' i''., I .. ".b.1 ,\ rut "
The chief IIIlInuh.LlIII'"dlJl'O"ULt of Ik-Lund., ,( be "I. ; ; :' IJ 1' : .i ,:'f: :. : i .. ,I' : : :, I ,'i,::, :, NASHVTLLE'
B.; STETSON MSI ",. ,", I it, '.. I I. 'sa : ", ? R.R
: and vicinity Is IUIllb supply 'or..IYI"'fll"'III"I'I".n.I.I"$ | .. ., .
Tbis is the leading eduuutlonal Institution >iMt irlvlnif 'J I tl' II' It I") Iut.t ,1. '" ii. hii'
'of ),1I0\V pine and C) /press iii ii..Itt l>c '"II.I"lnto 'ytiliil"liln, 'I tin l.iuWV.. Ailvmnv, I 1"-,"", pi. i.,. ''f. .. .. '. .' ...1. i Itl",
la the state, und attracts many tamllies to ni.-ill. 'I lie 4'llI'Iu.uiooIg, I Al.-ili'-liiu, I i"., : : ... .' II.
11, 1f1)111'III'j".y of articles notv .BhlppeU lit Ciuithmtu.aiiR;: : /, 1 i Icnn.::::: \ uiti'illli' ivi I I.!" at lull II I" II 111 tl'orl. w First Class Service and Quick Schedules to-
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UuLanil for the winter months. The institution : -iij. i ml ul'riilii! : 0..nit ludriisjiiul -
has invested from a dlutunee. Amouir the inuuntucturinirindustries In 'I irniumii.i' of Lilly ili..rtt ,ri|>ti..n. .it ',.1..1..10.. Nashville EvansviUe
about JfiOuou In
.g, buildings;
Birmingham Chicago.'Louisville
4 I IIh".I)' o.tIlI>II.oI.' we have an Ico pr: nvmir' yon' fromjii': ; tu .l.i'j' en yniir pohiiHOk. : b ,
4U instruutoi-s ability and assistants Irom Don I fullln joiniilitnro.Yoii, willifot 1 iiinomr ,
noted colleifeit of the lilted States and toreitfii plant, a fertlli/er factory, u novelly woodworkIng J EOFCARDUa. .. tbini. ., yiiiirinuni.y'M wart),. I\In'WA"I.ln,... Cincinnati, St. Louis.Rn.1 ,
evtitbhshineiit/ that turns out AllV-rtl train' I'l.rii. lli-iM ito\ N.u, Kt.. N.Y.
countrieS, constitute the faculty. At many -'- All Points AVeutancl!: Northwest.tIo1iilt .-

.h. n..._ .M.. t4n... ..'b.... ..... ...1......... .... ...1...I. '..s"l'uIblllil's/ in its line; u cuitsafn starch fni- _.._____.___-_.__ -__ _. __.-_-_ _
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John -hni'V-., I.llf.vItlt.l.- -- ...... -llll..< at t .i. Uiil.tx. .vl... ...MII.- -------- ------- New Orleans, m-1 A11rijronyh Points Southwest. _-- .... "Stetmm Unlvurtilty la iilllliiittd I ,
( with the (;/110.11'0)1I1'ea'>4I1)', pro rate
ti bt'lnif given in either iiidtitution for work of itc-iea of iHiid.OUR !.RIDER AGENTS WANTED fit.h.tgfnt'i in Florida. (

done In tlio liud PEOPLE.The .
othvr. Stettton
.ff u pioduutlve.enJowiuunt A I"(11' 'hl'.ll1h'| HutI'I nll.1, !Sli-fplnif (fur, JI".cl'\'HLlolla.i ] apply to J. M. FLEMING
La ... of AJUO.UUO.: Tku buildlnifj uru'lurtfe people of Ji.-l.imd urt IIMIII. Inmost e\ery ono In each( town to ride ODd exhibit a sample 1002model C. L STON F. G.P.A.. rlornjii. 1''nuri'r, Afffiit, .
and iiubatautlul, every cointort bulnu, imrtoftliu Cnited $tgte5. They are lulelli- IlI bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE $10 TO LolllHVillu 1 i,). :SWI: Wi-sl' Uu) t-t., Jia-knouvlUv. Flu

provided, un lu u mudurii hotel. CIII..lolu"o font mid, uroy' rciuiMTliiy. have worked eii- II fSOM wrrirbesldea having a wheel to rIde for yourseii. -- -- .. -

k may be obtuluud free by addrviwliiir tile preuineat. thualiistli'iilly for twenty-four )t-nr to build
Dr.! 'J. y. Forbua. up "' licitiiMi'ul llttlt'U-lty. l'ninrerriidei' | 1902 Models &::. ::: $9 io $15 rr

l>ri>tfrt1' liiiprovmn-nt hiivu I IM.-CII, tliu result.

BICYCLING. Their I ,dexiru now In I Unit us many us |lawdble and 1901 Models J8% $7 fo $11! VTiT COAST LINE
PtivemuDU Id und about the city and tba
of thoHe who lira turnlriir, / 10llth\\'lIrJ muy
I Second Haml Wheels
excellent paths that have been annie to udju t i
nee for thulII""lv" wbul eJ.IIIII'' ollora/ Imtb $3 8
I trade hyoumt Clili'oiro 1'Ot"l1lo1or.8. all U
out towns and points of Interest, otter unoxCtill to gi-ttlen and winter renldi-nlH; fur then % I oolllllo ..,I.. "good .as 1I1.W.. ......... ".... y :
il opportunities to the wbeelinan. TlioHewho miiny more will mnfly lIM'r..o'lIh t the lUll II)' i I J : ship any )bicycle OH APPROVAL to any I II tLi1z1scLc1: cc.Fho >.

a." bave ridden bicycles on uliiinot every. who now pronounco Uuljiud on Hci'onnt <>f I'' I n cent dt)>uait in, tiih'ance, anti allow
"Had of road anil pavement are ununliiioun/ in her cllnmie mind lieuhmeople.' her F
| i tuiulvcrslty.chmu I
IOU opinion that our puvomunta are iia noonaaapbult. relies lund frut(ei'uuuml orgu umliemti,>imii. 'her .-t DAYS FREE TRIAL. Si&B l ; Great Through' Car Line From Florida.CONNECIJ."IONS

liusides the paving of the Btrt-ota lois and lu-r. holne, her pl JdueU. hi'r .
In the city limit the residents/ beyond the corporate I"'PI'OV"II\CII18" and her merchant, the laO-I In order-In;'' from us, as you do not need

bounds have extended tile roadway Inaome attractive plnee III all limo southland for .ii o cent i It( the bicycle does not suit you.

ouaei several mlleu. An excellent bicycle 1 DI4T !' wlvrnill rot: 111twrllt..n for cur :
path has been made to Luke Uorevford .| I >ni nt,niKlrlei nnilftiorllntrKnudsnf' nil at OVEn) ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannab, Charles-
three miles distant; also a food( shall road to True Scneroll,: r t prloea.I In our big free nudry\ 1t u':1.l1It't: : EASTVIA Richmond anti
Orange City live miles south and a path to A charming story of till lute quern world of useful Information. Write for It. OTH too, ( Washington, thence via the
WE WANTs TollaMo In acli town to dlstrlijnlo ratalomu" for ui lu Railroad.
LIllie Helen, live miles distance by ofLake I pi-mon Pennsylvania
way of England vouched for lay Mr. A. !(0"
chanua tomn rteyclo. Write/ todny for frw rataloft"n<< and our special olter. ALL-RAiL.
Wlnneml88 tt.FISH told l ID the "ChilLlUood of -
Story, la CYCLE CO. Chicago. III.WINCHESTER Tin Iioulbvillu and I 1 Nnnlivllle., via Montgomery.:
AND GAME.: Queen Victoria.. It la so coiialfltout rOTHhE5 f

Florida water ; fresh and suit, abound In I with the "iiiren's known kliulncsa of --. -. '_.....,.__OO.._....._ ..LL ---.-.---- ... ,---- --.-. I The Mobile And Ohio Kailroai] via Montgomery.' ...

.00(0, ''Asia and the hunter need not 11'0 tur. 10 tint I henrt that It fpeuks fur Its own truth.' '

'rood bird .hootlo l'. The lake (of j the DeLundAiuatlo I Ir The P'lnc'QI'lctol'lI, hnd set her r Via Savannah and Clrean' Steamship Company for New York ''i '

Club, one and a half miles east of r heart on buying a doll she had Been in Phllw'iflplil' and, Button. ;

"J. town are well-stocked with baas and smaller a bop window, but her mother, the C fl ST Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Washington and '1

r., ''flab md afford great sport to those plscatorlally Duchess of Kent would not !let her rOTHE.: I Baltimore. I ,It\

: inclined. During the huntingseason, buy It until her next allowance/ otpock't flA STEAMSHIr. Via Savannah. .and Merchant soil Mine* Transportation CompaDJ'' ',.
1l rulde take the tourists to quail grounds and
for Baltimore and
."i" seldom.\ fall to btill' a goodly number of these, money was due. FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Philadelphia. :,

.. it:t tat.. and juicy morsels. At hurried lust /the to day tbe came shop and paid the over princess tbe- "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeatpr"OF Fo Key West Via Peninsular and I

THE DsLAND AQUATIO CLUB. sit bright ihlUlngs and got tbe long --ANDHAVANA.-
:t\\ ,!riil- *club was organized. t In 1901 by our I lead. coveted doll. J ..r- urj---.j-s.mrj- 1J JL1rLr SL1. ThJ Occidental

,q'1ng. dtirens, who recognized the need o(water On coming out of the shop with her you are looking for reliable shotgun am- ,. Steamship Co.
attrsf' Eons for the tourist and home pooulo.'iTlw .
treasure' In her arms the princess encountered '
club has purchased a tbouoand acres of a wretchedly miserable munition, the kind that shoots where you 5 Tick.etso
::'land urroundlnjr several beautiful tru h-wl1 .

;t.r lakes, to which splendid fishing Is found. tramp, who plucked up courage enough point your gun, buy Winchester Factory Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over 13,000 miles of

., Tfc.. I.b-bou..I. about a mile and a half east lo ask for h..lp. The princess hesitated Loaded hotgun Shells : "New Rival loaded with >,rind pal railroads In the Southern: States, are on sale by the principal I
moment then realizing tbat she ,
of town and Is reached by a splendid paved a : no ,gents. _

Street and bicycle track on New York avenue.A. longer hnd nny money left for the man,, Black. pdwder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic t

ooa-venten and commodious clubhouses she returned to nhopkeeper and gave jlne; also via Coalt Line and Southern Uailway C

,itcrd. > place .for tbe' slwht-seer or picnic him back the doll. lie gave' her tbe with Sm k.eless.. Insist upon having Winchester l' >'re''erVatl0ni' and Information apply' to Agents Atlantic Coaat Uae

.a rest, to secure aliucbeoo. folio, hiflppi1nb1ue Klillling : also to the ,r write: ,
I a promising keep Factory (Loaded Shells and accept no others.
iJoll for her for u few days. '
-, '" I ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM .. Commercial Agent. Trav. PaM 'A
t'th.Wt ;lad/.hurried out ot j__ 188 W t.
'Ha, Ihr,8c A.lor/ Block Jaciisoyfll r"o. A'
J." MERON.- ,! W.T P .. .

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1tr.f7/ Y). Sunday morning the .., .',
at 11 o'clock. "* X
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.ndbyvlrt"en'" foruloHura lA'tl.'I.: .... ." ,1.I..Ja
are invited. and wUo, made mid i-ntcrotl by Ihe ClrVVBultCoiirt All ...... .......... ....... H ) : .. j
recalled: on andBusiness for thu 1'ourlh Juillulitl Circuit \II.......... ...,..... ....... lY It! I 88 1SIU.2J1J' .
perance ." wlth a Wv Florida In and fur the County of w 1-2... ............. YO litI: .
r silt once Chancery Blttlnir, on tbo JiUrd *iy cfOewuiber .EI.J.ol-ltof: 11'1-2, aw4 A" \ Ii' j "
LA'- church. Men lutE, In H certain cause. thorvlii of.'l..I.. .i 18! r lit 811 8b.'I'I' '
JK3 of enltghtVf.ffnever pending wnoroln The Punnaylruiilit l Ooinpuiiy All ... .. ..... ..t"'I''V.t( 1/6 H ': 811 tgn.18
rain. changes for IIIBU rum, .null. LIvfH ., Kl-aof: ne 1-.,,, .. 116',p !lit t: 811 ,11II. .py.
1\1 vies.: She still has -OF DELAND.JR3. .- ties,iHCIMnpllllllt.HIKl the Jteksonvllle1'uu m rio 1-4 of no 1-4.V..' ....h. P."Y7'f lit 8:4: do y
Hal J & Key west Hallway Cinniiuny. All,'" Williams N l-'J: ,.w 1-4 .. "..". .. III! lit 811 6HO.oII' "r s. .r
Rev. c, the same puniBh- D. U Williams Robert 11 I. I'ol.jiunii, N 1-2.: ..... .... .. ... ......110 111 I IN >tI8.18> >;/ r ,tk'r
ment for the man VIDA Z. BAEKBCKB:, M. D., Archibald lingers, 11. 1'. Kendall HH Axtiliriiuu. 1:1: 1-\1\ or uw 1-4. n: ).z of 0., k
resaive! who neglects or or Hubert Coluumn thu C'liiiiliiiiii: Nntloniil ewl-4........... .....:'t.. 7t J I 18 .SS',180.00 "rDunkEdwnrvlH.Mc'UonuWIL.Nfutreulker'Ne -
,*Jurlnif 14 ...... ..m IS ',810U.e1: ysaFrank ,
venll abuses his stomach Physician and Surgeon. W. Pope ana tho lIlIs.I..II'I.1. Vullwy H'" 1-i of aw 1-4......". .... U lit aa' 711.111 Fes-'' '
.yirTNQ. c ,acted at was as she bad in the Keulty Company ere dufenduntH. I will 011..1'11 ..... .... ..... ........... xl 1It sa 841.60 ...
'' Ag the streets far off days "wbeu New York Ave., DeLanJ, Fla. Office Hours: furaale. and Mill to the bl"heDt blililvr\, for sash H' I-*, a 1-s of nw 1-4.'.*I.-.. W. lit 83..811II:111 ,
j and 11\ Adam delved and 10 A. M toU M.I uto4aotl1toll..1I. at public outcry, before the Court house, 8"1-4. e .1or nw inw ,,: I t
.' /uTattract the for door of the said County of' 1-4 of ne 1-4. .w 1-4 of ,
Eve span. ida, In this City of Green ''aet'pringsIbrrelr' ., 1-4, 1-aoJ e14..25 88'479.70,
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.. ooooooopoooooooDedication '0000000280w people windo the Miss tern, The physical discomfort GEO. 'A. DAVIS, M D., on the n,...t Momluf liif'Kt t>...iurv, A. I). lut>3, 411."" '' .'..,a. ''' '' ''' 27,, !''II ;6a1.111tb..mflboln"thoHel' / \ of
dullness '.. Hasungs.-InUmlh1: All .'I'. .....'1..... .. .... 81 18'', as tJjOl.14: a ;
Exg srciSCS feature will be ,
g a and wr;( I and Surgeon and a legal sales day w by DanaRU.ertided Thompson, who She slugpishneas( irri. Physician isle. the property de *!h'e'. .\11................... 115 lit 88'88x.6W0.'.
\ Kent CIr to dive from a tower fellow tf ''island neryou's- oleos S Hours: 8 A. 18. .... 1 to p and 7 U: 1'lows! : tgnged Ford. bolly'Vor,;: 1-4....%.. .. ....a1! IS lit 84 7sas5' mDarns.Rev

d o 00000000600000000THE high turn a somersault and I s ne which sleepless Special l P.i M.attention to mlilwlfey and surgeryhieneenlnlianatAvnnuerWest Icrlbed In rule' J had 8UfferVi\i-'i'-3'riI.!!! !!! 6 lY 8U 173.18' ', "
9'bet formed ", ness are \ in re*. plaint In said, cin, cures headache: (or fu>W..t.. II IY 80 'V 174.48 ,
dedication 'into a tub of water four feet deep \; visited upon the of Cour txliibit. "U" df T. P. hess. 25c at WJSq' .. ....... T III 80.1101.1111': III" '

Hall ten feet square. RESOL.UTJ l\ man who.eats care House. thesuld theretofore bllljtvIn A. N. Elrod, FI II h er's drum! s .149ye., 1...... 1-4.1 ..'.' .1//. ,III :eU.- ....fJOO.UO.; 'I" /H
pass lessly or irregularly the uouni '''' .. .1.., .S'LII8.81.: :
+ 1.
eur The will furnish r."t"t .
style last Saturda company a De have been from the Oft. G'. UeHoto 'f) 'Os; ;.. :,.. :' .
and our people will have an the evidences R. HUNTER Orl1nv". fSriffwii7/IAiglii.'Sf"4'w. '" +a8.411 ,
beginning : .iiiitfiffdydrhtiljl;\ 1 iTtl tdafii'il: 8 !
room in Sctensr[' : Whereas,", I'olk nn ( + t' 1 lvl\ IMlUO d
ity to its music with of disc 'e of ,A practitioner I of 27 year, ln New York City '.X.' 81'WI.UIIf: \ t
., compare : ll.scl'lb "'"' KOIMAN. formerly of TH>L 17' # .
The Ken 3 :1: 0-7 i God ha: the atontaei now located on New York Av e uu oppoSol GEl eLll) ....-... '\1\1. ranwe ..lty. has opened ''4lt' .t'.. ., .'.
a .
finished() band. \
by our own .
Hotel. .
And iilte Cullvifu Anna .
s-'o .e i' ..
bating provident nU\l1. ,
0 1 0-
( in er our class I I d, Jessa- ularaKani!i to ft. K. Kelly, Baird --- nn Graves avenue In what.. U known as tbo iJt: :- ,
game. J'he will be run by the ladies and a i.- er.PW'1,. otont. +1j,19 k. Ia, c t ,
] France* ?
Iud ball and so male assistants for the benefit of i; la,; City, Missouri and see'11ljI'e S t A;! Ho In now prepared to fill all orders In lila Ir,,J. '1 ':: '<#1 ,I +y

_i I ;., fact, Demand public school fund and the Fire Whereas, "jjical' JMsr- cleared her- he wl you- for it. ... f S AItD'W..t..RE{ and will fell CHEAPER than any other bouBelftl.'t,81. .m r f ,, 1

./ to us' all! bv"her cheerful waysndconstarit :: .7: : ""n Volueiocounty S>PtR ? .' t Id.h
team that she- nas tnere will 11..... .It.. ti S'1. OREe7\ '
artmen. in this I .. V-0UU.UI 0)11M )
,. p store l. t r n 4e "M"'"'''. Flense call and his '
of inspect Stock.
I gentleness manner.rthw t 4 yyy d ,
( years", but luck was f,ur sale anything one lOiiOl wants-prov'Uti mu' *" \ I .;',!mi3pi.vt.fpupdreadytospeak\ ; There will be a course of open les- !'Itz7&qtr's! : +1m'W! '::: +s' '>II'II'J.!' !Ltea l I1.r'WII'IN11!!' l ;...1 I .." InsiFsesrsc( \ 11 1'il" ;It l\1ii1.1IW .. i'): :,ht- ,
for ln.,t l oth 11:1' .k
ante HolII '
I" .
one : reaaona tue "{ in connection with the I = I 805.94Ba
nsccrtain : t"1.
'' ..ermission was .10, un Busy innltcv to u' 1\'l'n !! .
0\111 Bennett muttyd.llk's III:ring to a .Government r. Lad no I nt which uu iintouioblle or other :Moll. -3cl.yatt..t:: ] :: : ::rr', v f the ;( '

eld-something neither .was II owls: to work and claimed l to wbUh It Is iittaelieil, travels.Jevlce 7 8CO: Della Ilusll. . . . 37 60 Ua tRL'C, SA' *>r' ;. t" -'r..;.

t nown to do he or,.. "' -I' 'Hintthai ds tor the be af- which\ Is united the Uodg- U Nellie Furen . .. 30 00 DavisW ,,Geo IE LOTS

I pped two and Benn if navigation would not i!peed Jndlontor, consuls, of n dou- S.:! Carlton. . . 40 .:trKlwlll bit 1-J1

The Ormond team feet;ed it bad no jurisdiction in the 1 <:llnl with Index hands which are 1nutonintlrnlly K.ino JVilU-VEiv'; ?. Gee whiz! But I Standard American Annual j:Vw3JOF

r Park after the game! ; matt ter. Recently' however, the 'II l'iftyfcV.V!; t fTtalned a few there'll be fun and music in the woodsIn s > _

Wai Department, learning that the of the uiuelilixVx'evenlnjr'at cards the year of our Lord 1901-Lake t1rsJ ; j
Wednesday beat the J com t1 ;
City : a score of 7 i drai page people were about to be; ludVYfttmas day Thomas Ponder and I t A FLA. C. "

DeLand will tool gin work, directed Captain Skunkto Roy Hardin were out hunting/ when John lOasterlin, the alleged/ murderer orou,;!)' .1 .
go .an I I! discharged of Tom Clark, has been spirited low th.t ('"
matter and if Pond r's gun was accidentally -!\
urday for the second L lool: into the from the Gainesville the ,
the lood entering Hardin'sshoulder. away jail, by by W.
ries. And they. go to will( sari, Put it into. the hands of. 0 f Florida ir / ,. Dr. Davis dressed the sheriff and is now confined in one of giats.:.A.hmt"T;! rac t s iacit(] t '

-- ..: Alt M-TlftV rStrit) "".*" bebtig wound which is doing as well as couldbe the other jails within the state. This : 'A ,
expected.For wan done on account of the feeling I For.Q'l1orl..tla;! ," .t
the ,..
Waffm':. ''V'hc court by J. D. Wetmore for Sale.-One fine Mare perfectly against him, and the fear of a lynch- II, a ifNEwSit

4 nail .tJm, frpsecutlon and O. R. Broome for sound about eight years old will! work ing. .

Dec. 28, Innocents' day; .. vii by tbe defense. Mr. Broome moved anywhere. She is a handsome beast. Mrs C. W. Jacocks of Orlando, who '' 1 SIN{ I I I rcuit Court No. 2 of Balti- ,

31 In Wales the must "//'J'C'alifornia' in 1849, dismissal of the defendant on For particulars enquire of'Vm. Kol- grows what are probably the finest 1 1I dersigntsl trustees, under ar1n Ja ,

;year. _.,,ltimeauntU1857when; ground that the State had man, Orange City. 2.2wEJPORl4. pecans In America, recently "shipped Andrews and wife duly

.. again at the demands of the to the Texas Pccin Setd Company at ate of Florida will offer atW
.. ; / make out a case. The mctlon
.. I
Ft. Worth, Tex. a sack of
pecans II
I' mere, demonetized all foreign nied and Mr. Broome retorted: weighing 105 pounds For 100 pounds I .vb other convenient place

,..... i. This reduced the circulating could not expect anything of Special Correspondence. <\j of these she received *1 per pound and ENCYCLOPEDIAA of. New boiyrna!:) on the "R'

>nicdium: nearly 300 million dollars-In court." Emporia, Dec. 30.-The first! cold and for five pounds .she" received *3 i\ n
-' this:: winter occurred about the last of per pound making a total of *115; for 'nowilen, Andrews
;jthat day there was a large amount ,
Justice Cannon replied: Statistical Volume of i
the week; although not severe It the .shipment." Heat that who can. .
foreign coins circulating. This was Broome such remark is caused several cords of wood to he lots' and blocks
followed Soon after John Neel In his paper, the West- Facts and Figures Containing Over ITA CREDIT G .. ..
1 bya fearful panic. burned. i
court and I'll two
give you just vllle Advocate has this to say of his
the war came on, and then came utes to apologize." J. F. Bradley and wife arrived from recently, Incorporated town and itspolice 600 Pages. -KUE: OF LIAUADt i

the act of 1873. This act again was "I have nothing to apologize Chicago spend last the winter their They pleasant expectto officer: "\Y<,l1, :yes, It looks

at the demands of the bankers. And exclaimed the Florida home. like we were incorporated. You loooiQPics ,

' J then: in 1S03 they put in their oars "All right. attorney.I'll commit to Miss Sallie Cade of J. B. S. U. is ought to see the policeman marching ATED ., AND PUAcTlCBTl r 4.
you around with a tin star on the lapel of UfmiO.OOOFACTS '
afew with her friend, Ir
train.! and place you in custody of spending days his coat and a homemade, club swung KINDERGARTEN
O. Bricker.Mr. I
Mrs. D.
be. around his arm. My! don't he look' .:::1.Urll'luIII"S .
Now :Mr. Reed would have us LIghtbody. and Mrs. J. W. Frank had a -
lieve that the Dingley act gave Uol Justice Cannon then began to number of their friends to spend the vie. -us. Wish some one would" fight/ SPECIAL FEATURES. .
A Complete Synf
just to see what he would do Review of the Coal Strike: the TrueU In
prosperity, when in fact It had nothing pare a commitment, when Mr. evening with them last evening. theUnitedState: Full Election. ketu,nil Mdfiliform An Ailuiiiir' "...
\ Messrs. Felt and Beers are shipping A fellow arrived in Miami
young H! PoliticalParliel
V A VOvi

do with it. Three led said that he
to causes not
was alluding to .i
oranges this week-quite a good crop! l lust week, registered! at the hotel as: .rl of 1902; Ol- !p/: 'J ,
1< to the prosperity alluded to. First, court at all, but to Wetmore, and for both.A "J. W. Beckham.:! "FranKfort. Ky.," KIN Committee flr..s of the*: National.,,,denl. 1 F 4 ., ...

'I the world was short on all that man court was mistaken. Here the number of Miss Sallie Cade's! and masqoerndid as the governor of "'Jl State and .borl.elll.l r. :;:,,l L1! cc 3, 257 and 258 cj"elceptrmntfol

1, ?apd beast subsisted upon. We had ended, as the court thought the friends called and spent the evening Kentucky. He gave whisky! parties! 2( iHtlont Our Iktitn.lan In.. u'arPo.Meatlone 1f.1/.o\\1J r filly ._
; s
with her at Mr. Bricker's.GCESS. delighted the town and was the recipient /
; Law Civil had. Canal'
bountiful we ever planation sufficient apology.Death ;
most crops AJ01N
WHO. of various! kind ottlce by those emneal.thePhllip. '
....-oe.e fed the world. Our exports who "queer" the mighty. A day or 2: (l fines; Oualilicaiionaor ,. ; 4

!* f our imports ran up into hundreds Colonel Briuley.Col. aD"a Myrtle Lodge Elects Ulileerv.Myrtle two later it developed that GovernorBeckham :;:->I1FJJJ.< 1fJ1.!/ States,,tin Automob Ie In All rP" dltN{:(;;,iIt..J.vtJI. !J:' 1 prices..o.o.0 -- -
"r' of was still in Kentucky and :-; Mat.ttlu. I
millions of dollars annum. ratrrnal. triSh -
per f =
e T.E. C. Brinley died at his Lodge, No. 21, Knights of the masquerador was arrested. / 1JNj. Jl1iI.leryene, Pair ot c: fG1Jltl1w Our
Second: the Spanish war came on and in Louisville, Ky., Monday Pythias elected the followirg otHcera ::;: .," Cuddle<; Information L .12 _
Following the lead of the Florida: :rn((.. un Foreign Counlrie .
we called out 250 thousand troops. alter being very sick for last evening: Jast::' Coast railway, the Seaboard Air \\.II .."" Their Uuler* and These all had to be fed, clothed and weeks. His I. C. C.-O. 1 10;. Muriel.V..C.Ward .1II1Il".JI" ; Polar exl'r.tI.n i TthinlVLV -
daulhten-l\Jrs. Line Christmas announced
on day, <.4 :i'Review of >
L transported. This Immense!: call of Stewart, Mrs. E. O. Painter and Prelate--S. A.Gould.Wood that the passenger:! rate had also been' S ; I' Achiexeinentu i.t: ] _> sided .

I troops was intended to produce pros W. D. Haynes, of DeLand-were M. 1.f W.- -R. H. Boyd.K. reduced to ;3 cents a mle.! The Atlantic of :IU02 The rtonr 5el Pelrei mlcDlitnrhancei ,: Keionatruaion "Y." .
Coast line Is now the only I large ol the City ol New b '
Vura. tO C
25 thousand of
perity.. No doubt our R. S.-C. O. .
him at the time of his death, as Codrington. road in the state charging more tnan :
I standing army backed by the navy, also his wife. The funeral M. of E.-R. C. Bushnell. ;3 cents per mile. It is generally :]) l it
M. at A.-W. Walters.. Condensed Infornutirn for the Or.and
could have run the Spaniards out of will take place this week, after Trustee-J. B. Conrad.Representatives thought that the Railroad Commission "
t Cuba In six months. Gen Winfield will direct a 3-cent rale on this Office In
\ Mrs. Stewart Mrs. Painter and to Grand Lo<1je-- and the Home. ,

Scott took the city of Mexico with Haynes will return to DeLand. ] Bert Fish ( R. C. Bufhnell, alternate,). voluntarily road and the grant Southern the ,rate unless already they I the)3G_ OXFaef .

/l less than ten thousand men. and R. II. Boyd (J. B. Conrad alternate Sight
Brlnley was among DeLand's Driven by the F.}: K. C. and S. A. I.. ostpald to any address, 35c { .
\Third, as .sfienas the republicans settlers, coming here in the early ) f roads.", I Ti7A .;-t tbs

gbt into fiower they started the mints and investing largely in New Century: Comfort.: BIO POTATO CROP. .. Eery THE WORLD{) I Xl'OUD ia 8itl1h.y from I..,. (I d

..dayand night to coining/ fifty-cent most of which he had since sold Millions are daily finding! a world of: It Is, estimated that the epilng crop| |Newsstand pullt..r Bull dollars and coined more silver than given to his daughters. He was comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve. of Irish potatoes raised in St. Johns I

t was ever coined In tbe same time in gaged for many years in the It kills pains from burnt, scalds! cuts county this year will approximate till,. -I breed sickuRange; 34 6 6effort
and bruises; conquors ulcers and fever 000 barrels.! At the price which they In the
the history of the nation. They coined facture of plows harrows and sores: cures eruptions salt rheum will bring laid down at the railroad HAIR BALSAM now, as .
Cltmntt uiU beiuiifltf* tb* halo1'ronwI
I INo.
1./.j' the seignorage even that they had farming Impliments. He had bolls and felon:: ; removes corns and fur shipment, the amount the farmers ...* a luxuriant, grove iu physical said R. eImcter. (\

helped Mr. Cleveland veto. And the quite a nice property during his warts. Best pile cure on earth. Only will receive l will exceed the net returns Hair to Pails it:* to :nestoreColor.lht I ..j .
hard work to keep them The colonel will be greatly 2.5c at W A. Allen's and G. W. Fisher'; for the orange! crop of St. Johns -- 'air.and/1 o..'Oe'ir iUugI \ .other day
janitors had DeLand, where he had many drug! stores.! county In its!: palmiest days. Courses 1:0.11111Bre ;; ...
from coining! up the water pitchersand .
TOM SAWYER PROBLEMS. designed: to llbttl, paya- .,
other silverware about the capital Marriage License' .

city. Nor did they stop here- Judge/ McCrory has issued a Three of } start FraL'out to- Harrl.become, leaves governor 1\.J\.li'IFiI..II.i1.Fil1\ \ I1 I ;.ii1ii'.1 I..J\. \',............. t\.1)\ o.;After. ..... the Sophowo'r &. b F-: .

p' they flooded the country with ""shin- riage license to Prof. C. E. Ocala at 7 o'clock Saturday morning, S k| O It AIVO13; C1TV ,\TM.KOlt"-\N.lcin> U tbe(1ir(t' Baltimore vj

plasters." They call them/ national and Mrs. Lydia E. Babinirton of walking at the rate of 11" miles per ,. ") 1 : '),
\ b' nevertheless they are tona. Also to D. O. McBride of day; Bob Davis starts the night before j, }. URNrrUltE FURNITURE: A ,I. .
Dlu .
; bervllle and Miss Bessie D. from Pulatka 14 miles avuniufil'cnU'ul 1' t', 1 /
going a day or ,v- nil O"U"U the Iot8Ha .
c.. "s :iGster8't'all the !same. TheyVu DeLand. The groom-to-be in this so long as the walking Is good] and ri!s \--1-, '' Stu "Ve"T'I tra per uonlh. under' '.'I i .,

lions of them into circulation is 20 and the bride-to-be just sweet Duncan' Fletcher starts.out from Jack > II 1* now prtlparOliUatatoin I Is mid" I N.1 ,
gave all who could get up 25 .. e ., 1 sonville Sunday morning after breakfast ,Aj g. .,\ P"'ltfl and will fell CHEARaaestutudhyueo 4 G;: .

I M ,;and dollars a premium of from 2 Pecan Culture.Col. riding a bicycle which slipped a 's.. .. e711 tt. Vohlsiacounty.Please call and Ini .. 1i
before he to how
got .
to 4 per cent per annum if they would J. H. Estill, proprietor of cog long I! will It take these:: men to reach tkV'te! !J.:14'1a14.C'SiVs14'k'441'fs4.1StiK1kY5'fS'IsY'! !' : ''IIr.ll..necesBaryxAMgt I -1" 'I;

1 / :lp them to flood the country with a Savannah Morning News, who Tallahassee and what horse power 7UO. u tees. f 1 i ,. ,
contributed valuable of ..
irculating medium and let them go a will each develop in the expression 11 '.
giving the history and his Individual feelings should they find "'
ithout paying any taxes worth namrs. of the various counties of Billy Sheats already In possession? coo J o'-ooooooooo -oo-ooo:rJCKit>t U'] .,t Y ,

ag. tells a marvelous: story of tbe (This! Is rather a dillicult sum for beginners -41"'

'' TIl, Now, Mr. Editor, bear in mind that of growing! pecans In Decatur and .should" not be undertaken. <:::.-TBE... > -- .. {L
He stated that Mr. John Wood ,)+0.. _,;r.- ,
i-*these people stood aghast in 1890 at year secured 1,000 bushels off MR.S. L. ADAMS. on a full stomach.attended) and f
f r S. Three women a meeting
I the: thought of free coinage! of silver, young trees, for which he jf the Ladies' Aid Society. \Mrs. J. PUBLISHING J
which they said would flood the country $5,000.: This year It is estimated -Clailwsilong. Temaus has a working capacity of 87 words NEWS ( t ; !

with fifty-cent dollars. By tbe he would get 10 bushels to the "Wine of Cardui Is Indeed a ble.ilng per minute; Mrs. S. OUI| per minute J "
which at the would (to tired luHercd for
same price
and Mrs.V.. 114 words. How r
; many ,
logic of their own argument, they him 50000. This! seems almost with weakness and fc ir.
years < words!: will all three perpetrate in the DE LAND P FLORIDA.r 's 11 1.'lXFO 1.
v' have flooded the country with 2:>-cent credible and puts orange! growing ing down pains, and having tried several hour and a quarter: of the meeting If >, 1 f.

dollars, for the largest amount of the background completely.Dyspepsia. doctor and different remedies .tH talk at once and how far will the : .
with no success your Wine ol' Carduiwarthe be advanced' (
could have givenus food cause
only thing which helped me. PAL
millionsper If the governor of Florida traveled l t
would have been 50 or 60 1
and eventually cured me Itaeemcd to 17,000 miles during the first half of ==c 1
while have actually build the weak strengthenthe
annum- they up parts his term and was absent from his office -
turned loose 126 millions per annum What's the use of .a good cook system and correct Irregularities." 180 days, how far will he be obliged One Dollar Per Annum 0 Ra ,

for the last five years, coining so late there's a bad stomach -a stomach By "tired women" Mrs. Adams to travel to reach the U. S. Senate, Five Cents (
Single Copies
t Q
% weak properly to digest what is with John Stockton and Jim Talia-
October and who have .f.
two one- means nervous women .
\ :
I lathe past Into it t ,. ferro crossing his track every half <-
v disordered menses, falling of the Advertising 4r.
: Bxom
rVabItttonsof, silver dollars and The'owner of suchr st''iMch e womb, ovarian troubles or any of hour? (This sum is done by the rule of

I 'lctober of last year two and three- ences distress ftfterr' 5sTaauaea these ailments that women have. 1 hree.; ) 1 t k.

Y.-urths millions approximately. tween meals, andr-- Cabled You can cure yourself at home with PRINTEIt9Uo1SDier !
? Finds Way to Live Long.The BOOK AND JOB
not belching and fits of >Kou8 bead this great women's remedy /fVine _,
Editor these people are
No Mr. -he'a dyspeptic and miserable. of Cardui. Wine of Cardui Las startling announcem-- i 'cT11s( "l
1 fools can see a dollar as far as "1 have been troubled with
1 ; cured thousands of cases which discovery that vlll surely i ,ny people on the earth, or under it, and have "uttered almost everything. doctors have failed to benefit. Why life is made by editor O. H. Do'Vfe.. Letter and Bill Heads, ,
have different remedies,
read tried many begin to well ? All Cburubunco Ind. "I wish Envelopes, Statements :
r that matter. They have could get no relief until I began : K get today if to
\\\ory., They know that Englandnever Hood's Sarsaparllla. After the uae of gaiati have 1.00 bottles. For 'tate1 he writes, "that Dr. King's Engraved Engraving and Printed and Color Card Printing, .r -'N'I::.'.!.:.t .
medicine I could eat without distress any stomach liver or bowel disorder Slew Discovery for consumption the ;
p so prosperous as when she today'I am s. well as ever but I Thedford's Black-Draught Dost Infallible remedy that I have Programs/ Menus and Invitation, Hi

As fighting all Europe under Napol- keep Hood's Sarsaparllla on band." should be used.J'o..IYt".n.U'. known for coughs, colds and grip. It's Rubber Stamps Seal Presses, Stencils, """

know that no people unper I. A. CBOWII.L Canajobarlo N. Y.Hood's "'"'"' *.._Ktnni i nvaluable to people with weak lunge.Having -+- Large and Small Posters Handbills, t
and they .
menL symptom TM*. 'l'be Chatbuxwct UUIIMAdTl Mxllolne"orT 1iepss""Co., this wonderful medicine no Advertising! Novelties Fans, C. i 1. t. a ,
!t t without a plentiful supply of Chs>tian i a, 'Twin.:: me need dread pneumonia or con. Newspapers Printed in Whole or Aiers "' F. ;

{ [latlnjf medium, even If 'It i is and Pills umptlon. Its relief is Instant and i

)lasters't or silver. cure dyspepsia, trengthen-ajid tong I cure:: certain." W. A. Allen andO. W.'Msher ESTIMATES I CHEERFULLY. 'FURNISFpan.I : r}'
She r; Reed said the Dingley .tar- the digestive organs, and build up guarantee every 6O c and $1 / .
JOUle and trial bottles free.
.}\11Iow- I have respect whole II,1ltem.:7 ,. ( give .

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M- Be good to your Innd and your crop
Isil "-1 own Ih..lroWIl boats will be good. Plenty of
Of may loove tliura In chi"i-ye: f1'C
okson winor the -__ ""'" .
keeper for
a Bniull monthly
or yearly ;;: =..
[tlantlo t..e. ThuSBVtnil. lukea. .. of till Clubai being" PotashIn Almost Unnerved Me ;Ida", .
flu. |lW eOIl lj *liniected' by this dlirwlnir' of| canulai': tlftven 11
hU St 'rollingXlilor-,, 'II1I'Ui ur luku ahure will Hnally{ lieacqulred. Heart Pains.
)' .ht.
ba' !! I )4. 'lkJ R'BY.ATTiuOTIONS. LOCAL TIME C ...
r I'"
spells f "
mvllliiUirouirb! G IOI{h,,K '*iaflC.tilh'!}' nilK'H, tlioue who.h'11 aiijt ana "unntity in the quality bar- ,>| S port of Br e $ t h. OUTHBOUMD_READ DOWN. \V u
ch4I <.t of air tttiil ) I 11\
:end liam | wcne,VRpcclally' In the aumjn vest IVrite us and Faint \l
-r,"'rt-Jd on thenelgllburingcrxlstaellmarlhn/ we will send and Languid. NO.ii9fNO.3I1r No.29 '"'

>acli Ill-covi the: IhloifletreWhesuturonn IVLflou' batch In tho world. free, by next mall you,, ) j I r.I J Uully.. '"IIYJ' : !>"II)', NO.23/]/ )ire a<..t..
(way, tak. ,und Aluu "1'11I1I'8 uranium IntfndtIntfi our money winning 1 Dr'.Miles'HetrtCureand -- ,

Smyrna..DeSection tre' City via lutturul from. Defend objects' unit within tlio tiiHy 1'/.n.III'1I driving allY di8tance di-- books.GERMAN KALI WORKS t Nervine Cured Me.. 8331 82S112Eap'.. ... ...' \OMIn.,,, ..760nLvJnokenn.,.. .. : Dl1vi\ tk-

pr&Hent a pltmBlntr variation of I 0 90))I' 000p1066n g00x..8tAUguutlna. \ ,. '%'; '
City omiiffu 93 NMMII Strut .
'willi by a revu- grove, wliuit pines, little lukim and tropical. New Yrk. f /q t "II t t has been five years Fin,," I wax taro, of 1D't01.0.90, II 28 .. Hnednee.Ma: ; .Iy. ..
;I1l1d a line .p1 148n 114.0 g.C) : ; ;
looking' "Imiiiiiiucka." hear t trouble by your I leer. [ Cure nml.l )Prvnii'l yalntka W'\: r":\_
ve..lh'8 throuybover (, foci J just s'liiml 0 IS p 11 16 e e 16 x hv..l'xlnbts.'' .1 ,
him as ".11.1011/tin I: ::::::: : ":_
.f / 808p1007p (Hili. .. .
tliu Blielliulur HOTELS AND BOARDING Hintl ciienii: tucljv. Fur suvcml \ had : 1' .l' .
for the HOUSES. l>erii < ilh ycs.nJf 1"7'05' B 03 ..... "1'...Mil II .. "\ '
one Your drat .uff..rlut; \\ my i'X.illiini|: hL.;1 .. 1'g/ g 1'1' S & ,
qneutivn[ ruuuhfntr DeL> u r td l hi t B It ii Lv. Sun bintr.t.1. i
hud L'r =.1 \ '
: fthnit ., ::
/ I uc and IlIi.h' _
a .
JT stopping place. A grout variety ts or- { ,1.,1,I Iwor. Iruppmunld>nutlh( ,, h."It. y'; .. .3 SO .? Lv .. Nrouu.Lv.. .,., '1
to Lake fere-rl'OlI1 the most palatial' 1 liotvl tu the 4 l !f. IIC IIIIII. "'I"I1.'e.i|) I vMt'i. I' /"un.i! t iinj,{ xv/iilil I jinelimes! make. 0 : ::' :: : .:: 13311il P.'; ..47xunnond.. .. ....Bllnnolla.. ... .. .. \
nu'.llIlIdll111' on tbe modest .,.. .. .... .... r
liome-like liourtlintf' liuusw kept by 1 '11.1111101.01'ui'l.. '1 luyfeit! ixcitcnt > z! 11.30 P 3 366 I. 10 ', i.Uupnn6. .. I, tiN
e la one lIen taken b '
S ladies{ of rellneiiicnt. IIIt'nl t: 11.8 17u1 t 3 C3
N'6ueeuronuwnntslit, u > I /".1 unnerve A. I I' 3 906 ::; \
111"1 to Florida toy tbo tlrsiI CUll bu accommodate Tho carttoof '''''. I Iul>l>/was KIIUVIIIU' t,,) .. .. 1.3p106011..Lnyluna..4::: ;;:::: .xOn. 3106 ''f '
trord I, where he dlaeiubarkdllous "C\l'I'ul .<'c nil the tune, \ 12J .II t 13 I' 1 53 1120n .. .. 331p. : ,
of nriil niltivi i- )" .Npw :
our hotels un boarding ( I "
and comturtsbluetuuulfoe ill In this .houses can bu ... ,CIIUWeexaPltetngreply -. |>,H"-ciil, >ejIiy |"ll\.icin"\I'ilholll S I'II 1 "II'OO' 001]. ... ......9"1< 11111. ....... .,. I(1)p.i I '-. ,
"hipernndthe II
nvur the igbet .a71'
..... ...... ....k.._ ,. ..." .uLU.try;:: _,1 C. --;,:::.' nn;'" :: .... .... relllC''ilii"c.: a trial. I 1\\ ts relieved" the.ecuud give' your l lnid a<:1 ....... .3 iol:. .. ... Uoruu .. ..... .... HO ..... ...'. ..". : ,
aop 3 13 .p. { 5..
111..lIch.D i A VIJUIIU or he uiay viLuviuy take u run buck over :;MCjf' "'{la iB containing1 or ouu acres uu oui "In'case there alt....-...._.. dty' .. nfl> i l.ikinij llirre, or four. Ixitlles all r:::1 .... .... G tG I' i 50 V V. 1291: 00 I :::: 11:;:Cklydun..1. 30 Jj a i5 p, t !
wbed home people want this. land, or will '''''''t".t mill hove never I tool """. .3311 iU ,P le01>... Nrthcllrut. ::.. :::: : ::13il i: 1MI' 1 001 1 "- y
F all boat this than can work atone time, ; .. ...
.bbons. they allow strangers to buy and fenceIt course I HOltlr 1'. Gail.! V\". IS 07))I. .. .. .. .. Srbuuunn .. .. .120111.) 419. p ...,
.. .. .
LIMATS-AND' HEALTHFULNESJ two classes will be arranged. '" 0611 I' ...Ht. 1.\ II lln l ,
caroa- and rent It out to them ylr 1 ;, 3'.7"7 .0'V' 8 OOp a40p .. ..NhylPrce.:::.. "
|y In your sojourn you will wish -to ...,' "Those wishing to register! for this t-, ... ) .... .......a' > ... .. .1310I. 1 It IIi II 13atp j, ';
Best I' 0
of a.-1 v m .. 8-331' 11I41"1
watitby obaurvutlun und ... j .. .. . .. . ? .
Inquiry ; Sri? ) -- I ... ... .
information .1011111. .
class who would like further ..:. EdNPen :
or 0 33 .. .. .. ... .. :
I .. 3"00'J".I
1 tau climate' of Florida In tfi.-nural .i/Jarrie: cattle It naN:tll .. ..
The old method of raising the work, should I ... .. ... tlilluri. ,
t regarding I" ::1.111
u f UuLaud In particular. We will ,
> .
13 .. '
acedia (7 ...Hol.HIIII"i.. '
pose that you bave come in Uuuuiubur or J\a\ and will soon be a thing of the past-a re- apply to the dean of the School of If you don't &Oud win'T ep p :.."..... \\C8tJllpitel' .. .. 1140"eDOU .: :

uary. You hotlct* that D.oolof tbu treug i lect of by-gone days. In five, perhapsin Technology, Science Hall." It J) :r.II..lllcl"n.. ,, 10 top H Mil j limn "3 13'p fllIl1y. ,

in lull leaf. I'bdlcu inlet, nuun in the Nor16 01only two-years there will be no "open1' 11Wn< ;- 0016 ,., t\ ,
--- 10llOn 1001, \
WHITE: FRONTi30xinn eOOp
lu tfrctjii-houuutf,
are blooialnir cup* Voluala it will all ,
pastures in county; lHO" lao I' 6636Anl /"
tected in the vardvna. i,;ver>thing reiuiiA were 00000000000000000000000000 G !liff./
you of the UnuHt Mayor Juuu days of tb be under fence. When this:: Is done, .7 \' G 19"JI,)
... lost favored northern. gtatuit. The nioiilhi sjg. the grade of stock: will be Improved; o PrayerBegins 8 8o .

from November to MurcU muy bo clanged l ;d>.>are* cattle and sheep and hog raising will SundayOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO g Time Tried-Fire Tested Its the Latest arid BestNORKAMALTED Just TryFLAKED i C, I ,HJ goo' 'r
iretbvr. Wlnle the kiiimucii' are loiitf, and ,
lankly>: be elevated; only the beat breeds! will o n
until Octob..l': ,thu peu11laulurlurutol the.4 A''nam- it will not to raise QUAKER OATS I \ I R1h'::.. :''t
the constant bivuzvn., ,utid the lre-, be kept: as pay poor r\\4,

,. s era, prevent the extremes of oppressive bout stock. Following is the program for the The Old Reliable Oats-No Cooking And you'll Know its Best "
frwiuuut Inland uiui'U further nortu. "lIrlluoldan" + t + coming week of prayer. Meetingswill

and May, October<.l November uru the Hnc-ai. Mr. The future of the stock industry i will be held in DeLand in the follow

)'I i t mouths Muny. of people the your.d wbo.hive come hers from this. county is very bright. It will 1 ing churches, beginning Sunday evens Don't Overlook Schumacher's Try a Bite of. The Best thing out

}d thel6hNorth be the leading industry: of th 4 and continuing to Friday
'. soon ing January ,
slat and WvBt or from one of the Til TAB I
,r southern antes. testify that the uliinute hue'* of county, as. It was 20 years ago.! evening, the 9th. The public is ROLLED AVENA IT.GUANOSE

,; given ttHthunu them.catarrh great coimuuiptlon rvlief, from rhcuiuatlHin. pre- .. + + cordially invited to attend these meetIngs Original Rolled Oats And never Try Another No other Like it
"11l1'ul'lu"ds(! of
dltfeaat'd. of the throut and luiitfii. Tau benutit Have DeLand people gone; entirelyto :: :

,to bu derived. from like ia the mild, open ui sleep? Why don't they reorganize: Sunday, Jan. 4, at 7:30: p. m., Baptist
,' are avahIUWUuudareenJoyed by heart1 ouhanj-! the Board of Trade begin a new period church.-Mass Union Temperance An old Standby At the Top of the Heap Once tried-Always Used 'J

\ teeblualtkntutuuguuuttuuenturoyour, wl black larger share Meeting speaker, Rev. J. E. Oates.I .
of advertising, get a ;
i tur and nuiuiuer. Tae city in bur mlletad> SHREDDED WHEAT CREAM OF WHEAT CERA NUT FLAKESBest
rounded oy foreHta of thu southern green of the prosperity which extends allover I Monday, Jan. 5, 7:30: p. m., Presbyterian

,1. ''rieningthuun' wltU biilaam. 'J.lie utiuosphe1'at ylne.ea and the state-bring the people here church. Subject, The Immanent for Health Too Good to be Cheap It beats them all

JJeljind l IB rfiuarkably dry bur FloridTnere '' and let them see what a fine town we llod.Tuesday.

,,.... are no lakes, rivera or Bwuuips in. theV Mr. have? What are they waiting for? Jan. 6, Baptist church.- .
Im"dl..l.'ICllllt,)', aiul the Uuep. ut1q., tli.the, _
-' -
Seal for Man's Salvation
ROUNDKK.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Subject, ; '
porous wand provides perfect btiriuce I r
:10 a BBOW-- Rev. A. J. Smith. Ef/TfttP/l/SC. ; ;
.. speaker
"olll..Jllr.. w prucilcully allkllnwll.aendtLlellt 10liNiI03 f11 id5it3f 0 f7lO iSl ro+04.0
with an abundance of puj the happy Wednesday, Jan. 7, Presbyterian I ... '
lan water, and caret ul uWCll'Wiabersuibuts 0 Enterprise, Dec. 28.-(The entertainment .
Buuilury Criminal Court church.-Subject, Applied Christianity

make thin. uumionably| one two weeks' g ; speaker, Rev. Ad. Smith. given in the parlor of the Hotel : DeLand Real Estate Office.r

most healthful place to be fuund uny" Business the school was a
Loa, Merfl. Transacts!! o Thursday, Jan. 8, Baptist church. Arcade by children ,
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. On their o success. The play was Christmas !
t ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOWING Subject, Loyalty to Christ; speaker,
In the way of publlu Improvements cutk80nvllle Rev. J. E. Oates. Secrets In the first act the childrenwere
to the Illness of Col. Frank Fox RentCity
mentioned yeteral miles.. of the Uncut ill ready for bed and planning to t
roads. elvctrlu. Hunts. on the main ncit-etj who Is associated: with Friday Jan. 9, Presbyterian church. stay awake to catch Santa. They
the city, a stem of several be -Subject, World-Wide Christianity;
Hi water works tuutoivued other attorneys In cases tired and all went to sleepon
finally cot
and operated. by the city, supply fore the court, the session of the speaker, Dr. Forbes.Improvement but when old Santa came Lots, Residences
the floor
tbe purcat wulerut little above .
a com; ul .
uriiuhiiitf. aduiiuate live protection mid | and Criminal Court of Record Monday was they waked up and caught him; then and Unimproved Property: ,

'inif a low rate of Inuurunce. Au electric ucciriOy 11.. brief, and court was adjourned till at Junction. bad a fine game of Blind Man's Bluff, n

plant f uriiiahca litf hlri. I'or' alreet and liuerD January 27, at which time the cases. THE NEWS learns that the efforts of and finally ended up with the Browniesand .. (

liM'niinw.UuLand We also and' have tbu HuiToundiiiK1 an ice factory couiitr supplyiuif *-of the against Tillman, Marshal and Baldwin the Board of Trade to secure a new Santa's. frog dance,, which set all Property of Non-WHeats Cared For and Taxes Paid 1 '

will be called. The Daytona liquor station DeLand Junction aboutto
with tbe article ao csneutial" to coiui'ort iltalnlnj at are to laughing; then followed the distribution -

northern us well .southern. ell mUll. cases were continued till the February bear fruit. Supt. J. J. Purdon will of candy and (games and books.

RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. Picnic session of the court. A special venire soon begin the erection of a comfort- The evening ended with pleasant chats. Land sold for Taxes redeemed

e Nine((1uuuleorwumhipteatirytbut. UeLundia ,C. 23, of 12 names was drawn to try the lar able passenger:: station, containing two among friends, and dancing.

u cburuh-tfolujf community. litiptlat _r,_' S. enl ceny cases. waiting rooms' 12x18 feet and a baggage Miss Mary Bodine of Ablon, N. Y., J. IR,. Wetherell

copuliun, MetliodldU Northern and frlomli- ,,flaairurdui Before adjourning the court was h room. The building; will be substantial arrived last Monday, and is spendingthe Abstract Office, between Post Office and Bank.
ern), I'rcabyterluu.. t'hrtotluns. uiul Itoimui "nm for of the 1anal'c
opened pleas guilty-and and well built, and a credit to winter with her sister, Mrs John
Catholics buttidua. colored. l Uuptiuta and Dtethuauccx' > s-al oao a 1 o to-to i-0'so It I o 1 a
diet, are represented. The gruUeil school harvest was a productive one. the road as well as to the town. This Sauls. She was accompanied by Master

o ft era an citfhi jeura'. courac, untl the bmldhgIcy. I, Thomas H. Keating of Daytona is but another evidence of the value of Ralph Sauls, who has been spending II +

which it ocuupieti Id. now and newly f urniubt'Otbrouurliout l"h'u. plead guilty to the charge of Illegal! the Board of Trade, which, working the summer and fall with her. I t

and .bunt,'uuti Isonoof the. mout. .cumiuo.dlouu JQuis- sale of liquor. He was fined $100 and in harmony with Superintendent Pur Mr. Lewis. Reosch of Buffalo, N. Y., I I .f
equlppodpublkauhwlt in tho r
follies tbe fine was paid. don, has accomplished something of !
Cute. A curt ill uuie of griiduutlon rrouthin arrived Wednesday evening.
chool Js aucupted at John ii. tituttum fnive' Jueedfaill Jem Hammond, colored, plead guiltyto material benefit to the town. Miss! Clara Quackenbos of Osteen is

lit I' and eutUlea the pupil to tfiitittnue, Into augur cog,' petit larceny and wall fined 850 or spending the holidays with her father, PLAYING WITH FIRE I .P

thuaoademlucuurtetberu amlt'n three months. LAKE Rfl X. H. F. Quackenbos.Mrs. Endangers both the home and
JOHN B.; STETSON UNIVERSITY. }) John Robinson, colored, admitted John W. Dickins and Miss son. One may meet with a serious /
Tbla is that he had carried a He was Lake Helen Dec. W. V.. W. Bond ,Inp"
Ib.'IIIII..11I1I' edu.ollollllllll.tltulIelt S'etIu : gun. Belle Dlcklna of Sanford are spendingthe accident() while escaping from, or
Ibo state und attractn. many lumlllva. f and sentenced to pay a line of $100 or serve president of the trustees of the Cassadaga with friends here. attempting} to save something In

ItuLundror winter moiitba. 'I'bo liiHtit1116. the county six: months on the road I Camp; has bought; thirty acres holidays a burning houae. =
tion bait aooul oIIJI'> Invented In bulldnik'nich has Why not be safe from pecuniary )
human r'R 'e
of land the south side of the y ;
pine on
4U Inatructuni'olf ability and utulatunttInaffectlon.. gang. To talk bodyora loss:: In either case: f Carry
notod vollcKe, ot the Lulled I titutca und bind: Miss Carl Stevens colored, same offence, rallraod, opposite J. P. Mace's packinghouse row of human bodies, for the mat

oiifn vountrlun, eouatltute the IIIcult).. "0 I C. and same fine. and will erect a sawmill ter of that-Is one of the weirdest of FIRE AND ACCIDENT

the prevent time about 4UU vtudeni. *are iwtereu. Ed Richardson, colored, an old of and box factory at once. Mr. Bond the electrician's feats. If'a telephone -
John U. "atetaun ulllliu-8 several
Lbtverulty M fender sentenced fine of Is the father of Frank Bond of thee i / } /
t; wltn the CbilcatfO: L'nlvoi'alty. pro tutu eodg in Def was pay a : severed and the two' '

bolDIl.11. in either Institution. for 3 when the 810 or labor for 30 days-all for th Bond Lumber Company, who have ends:: be held by a person, one in each and the loss will fall upon those rl

done In the other. Stetson, had. prodi ishing' them privilege of lighting without a license. several mills in the state. hand but far apart, it is quite possi best able tu pay it. The Companies '

"* ,eudowuient ot t'JuO.UUU.: The buildliun., ,... At the town election on Saturday ble'for two individuals:: to carry on a we represent settle all claims 'Jvery 'J///
luruo and ..uballll1tlul..ry. cuuu'omarrtedilte.provided Harlan Hotel Leased.. conversation through the body of a promptly and are liberal In LI' ///
us In a modern botLl. C't:-- afternoon the following officers were medium as readily and as distinctly as their treatment of policy holders. '
.. be obtained free C. M. Eddie.. has leased the Harlan re-elected S. P. Blake
may by addreoaininent. : Captain May if tbe line had been properly con-
Dr. J. }'. Forbun.BIOYCUNQ.' a.e JleetIDl' Hotel at Lake Helen for the season or; C. P. Russell, Clerk: and Treasurer; nected. SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand Fla 4ow 4

.he Old 'Settlers' and will open it for guests next week. J. P. Mace, E. O. Blake and A. H. .

Pavement Id and about the vi: been held at the ---- I' > Pelton, Councilmen; Ad. Noble was Trespass notices. for sale at THE
excellent putba that have been n Mr. G. A. Dreka St. Augustine! Masons will organizea
chosen Collector and Mason Noble, NEWS office tf '.
aunt towns and points of Interes Royal Arch chapter. .
meeting was pogt.colled Jr. Marshal.
opportunities to the who lie ..
who have ridden bleycle. on Combination Of Clr- Stops the Cough and Works off I he Cold Rev. Mason Noble'a family will move Deafness Cannot Cured O' Oe.O.Oe.Oe.OO-- -O a o.o.o.a;flWE ; '. ,f
"'IUaLl 01 road undpuvementutehe meeting will be by local applications as they cannot
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curea into the Clark House on Lake View .
tbe opinion that our reach the diseased portion of the ear. C an ,
pavementiy, February 25,1903
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. avenue about the 1st of 'January. deaf- .
as aaphalt. Uunide the puling' o There is only one way to cure '
,In the city limit the realdenta be< Price, 25 cents.wmet'aaeaearerul Since the fire, in which they were ness, and that is by constitutional Clips your HorseAnd ./:
_'A ..n.'. hU __....._...... .... remedies. Deafness is caused by an
u .uu LU' -- burned out, they have been in the : .
miles .\II"X inflamed condition of the mucous liningof .y :
ole path has been made to J tuk hotel. the Eustachian Tube. When this : CLIP: HIM RIGHT, n ... ,

three mile dlataut. ; Ill oa food a W iNT. .JD: \ John Noble, who Is at Chat taboo- tube is inflamed you have rumbling' forWe've : '$2'1r ,.,..
Orange City, eve mile soutta air chee for treatment, is reported to be sound or imperfect deafness whenit

Lake Helen, live miles distance I HT Price list subject to change about the same aa when he went therea la entirely closed, is i Ithe
.Lake Wlnneml lt. 11 when Market changes. result, and unless the inflammation can
month ago. be taken out and this tube restored to got a

FISH' ANDGAAJldeS.... ... 121 cts. lb. All other Furs. HidesOld Metals. Miss Rose Noble spent the holidayswith Its nornal condition, tearing ,wlll;: be '. Brand New Machineof
'Florida' watera; fresh silt Hide .. 7 cts. :: Rubbers, etc:., In full proportion, destroyed forever; nine cases 'out!of I
;;6 the hunter need',' ... 28. cts. her parents, Rev. and Mr*. ten are caused by Catarrh,. which.*is theLatest

:'hoodbtrdsbootlbr. The lea flarreht.... 6 cts. :"rj: ors 1 .s:::'tire Mason Noble. nothing but an Inflamed condition -.of Improved' Pattern.
JlCaltea.....; 6i CU. *
Aiuatlo Club one and a Mrs. MacNab la spending' the season the mucous services.

}t;" town are well-stocked wl.' ,I"- .'- No..1, Otter Skins, Large and Dark, $0.00 to $9.00 with her sister Mrs. Jeffries. We will give one hundred dollars'
Ia.7 ..h. and afford greet spo No. 2. "' 5.00 to 6.00No for any case of deafness (caused by
r%' rlally. Inclined. During ti" 1, Coon Skins, 65 to 80 O The starch factory continues .to catarrh) that cannot be -c\tredj 4 by a'ERRya KENT
r, VUldee take the tourists to.. .. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for U-
No. :2, 35 to 60 work twelve and a half hours a day. cir ,
r Seldom fall to brut a gootllf:,, No, 1. Mink Skins, .< 1.00 to 1.60 It 1 is) understood that the profit ia lara, free. .T .
ft and;Julcy mor ell1. F. J. CHENEY& Co'\Toltdd; O. NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOU
tl11 YrlOe l:4ts 2o greater on the coontle than on the 75c. '. .. \
Sold .
by .
; Brunswick G.. '"
THE OsLAND AOUAT.nj .i\ t .... > Pills the best.
Hall's Family
cassava product.
h ..
1;.1;;.J'.Thisclob waaora.nliedlad Irtag ., *.- arc t ).j ,....,,,<. r J .
':' < .|wns, wborooog-nlwd &h need O' .1,..'->I' '" .- io ........ '. ....1'''" ....... __ .,.....,oiJi', /: 1

attrM'Boos for the tourist and. hoio. '.., ::..It.,.. i... j::.twr4;..J}: ,..,<.r- _, I.' t ..,, '" '.: ':'\" "I .'. ,;'. _.... .-0.11:.... .y.' .. .. ,;3. oo'c I ,.
O j-: .._ duo no puronaoed' a thousand :r"'e-:!" ., .....;;:*; 1'. : ,.;.. ;:.,.,':.;, .:..t:.. :r., .,. J'J, .....,;.+fj..14;G.r.; ( '['.."'-- .."!r... ;I; :,:. : ; .i .. t:' '
:Viand ntttoundhrgSererrl beautiful $ ny st !\ rt 0 t J. ; .
free l : ,
::5 ,, '; : ;" ;; ,; { 1j.C.lit-" .
;'Jtwr' lakes: la wbiob tplendld flubiiur'la founu. k v op uc e U cuurd Ii! f' : :"r' .lj -' a iilt Wlnctltaltjr """"JI'0I* ...:: .__ ; ::', ....)iv. '":
'' r. .v
*.3hfrcI. hesltutei Pv your gun buy p: :
-hou M! about a mile aud a half eaatt to auk tor help. The princess : Factory -V ,
oT town,and reached II,r plendid a moment Loaded Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over'I3,000 .
,.. 7! / paved : then realizing tbut she no hotgun Shells) : "New Rival, loaded with principal railroads. in .the Southern titates: are mlllsof amen the
longer Imd nny money left tor the man, aJen t8. on sale by the
,, Black
1A ooarenlen* and wder "Leader" princIpal J JstreetaadtroyoletntoaNewYmaveaua
commodious clubhomeafford IIbe returned to the shopkeeper and gave p ; and "Repeater, loaded Through Pullman Sleeper! Port
Tampa to New
a the
', agrttl-aeer or picnic him buck the dull. He with Smokeless. tin, also via York, via
'gave her the Insist Atlantic Coast Line and AUantfc
to Nat ,to eonra luncheon, to Jle la 0 Hliilllnsg, upon having Winchester : uuiaero Railway. Coast.,
/ promising also to keep tile preservation, and information
Ilsnte.rk.ksenrt apply to
dppiingblae"rA bo.a loll for her for u few days. ,' -. Factory (Loaded Shells, and accept no others.orFifltek: Agents Atlantic I .CoaatU,,A' p
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