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:
March 27, 1903
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
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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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nit team picked from the academy stud! their names to a resolution GenerallVIerchandist
"Judge not, that ye be -.fudged. considers himself wise and pities
i 'This command Is the prohibition l> of a the Innocent dupe who Is deceived by ents, left this morning for Daytona, adopted by four of their number requiring ,
where they will play two tames with the
vice that is serious, rather for ft a False pretenses./ There are false pre resignation of the president -
the high/ school team of that place. of the .
wide prevalence than for the Injury tenses, and there la: counterfeit mon University.2d. Oldest Established House in the City.
They will return after .
Saturday night
V By compromising* their associates -
I/ it Inflicts In the average case. Often, ey but man as well as money is often t
witnessing the last pf the automobile in the
however, the Injury Is very /great. A genuine. As well refuse all money association, r '

career may be blighted by unjust crit because: some Is counterfeit as refuse races vv six of whom were absent. This DRY GOODS AND NOTIONSSPEOIALTIES.

it icism. Soar as the estimate of the to concede good motives because: good Wednesday morning at the close of they did by directing the secretaryof
the association '
to the
public is concerned a wan: way suffer motives are often assumed. the chapel exercises: the students .__ ,

;\'I' y as much, though innocent, from false The suspicious man Is an object of from Chicago gathered together and, proper record-nothing going to 3

1 j' F ;accusation, as if he were guilty and pity, whether he deserves pity or not. after giving their own yell, gave nine show entire that It was not the act of the .New York Avenue and Woodlawn :Boulevard.

a+" ., the charge were true. The murderer He punishes: himself while he Injures hurrahs for Dr. Forbes.! The other body, thus sending abroad fi

7 kills one man and perhaps never attacks others. The world we live in la muchas students at once joined in and made through the press of the state a deception DeLa.nd. IF' f

another. The chronic fault. We make It. It has plenty of va the chapel ring with cheers in honor calculated to do harm where : ----- F

k finder attacks all.. The murderer may riety-we may take our choice: If of the president. the facts are not known. It Is said ..+oor-o-r-o-r-o-I; <.HI-o+o 1 <>!+O-I-O+O+O--
that a "a lie will travel far while
.1'1.. have never been at heart an enemy we see the good we cultivate the goodIn oo

ri'D Ji of society, or a foe of hid fellowmen. our own natarea. If we shut our Mrs. Spangler and Miss Pearl Spalding truth it putting on its boots." DeLand Real 1 Estate Office. I i iMouses :
It is the :
his ... left on Thursday for short visit danger case, as so
1r,.' .. Perhaps one act was the result of eyes to the good and look only to the, a many have published the i
papers resolution -
+ intense provocation, Inspiring a passion : evil, we are hugging to our hearts to Daytona. _
.. e 0 and few of them will unmask...
I; that made him deaf to reason. serpents! that will Ue without ceasinn. -
The residents in East Hall /gave an the facts connected with It. But :: Fox merit
V man who habitually sits in judgment The susplcl* nan may prosper *
where and when known
'informal" the resolution
. ,on the motions of others is !inconstant in the sense ilia. men count pros Tuesday evening in honorf -
> H. A. Evans and G. R. MacClyment, will prove a boomerang that will react R 'tl
", war with society, and yet !society perity. A beast of prey may ketj 1
who left that evening on the midnightrain damaglngly upon !ittt authors.: Min. City Lots Residences
!4' l tolerates him ; 18| In an attitudeof always well fed, but a man Is not litters ;, rand
most make
for Chicago. Sturgeon Invariably a mess
',::' perpetual attack to all mankind meant to be a beast of prey. If be very
,1. kindly placed his room at the disposalof of it when they descend to the base Unimproved Property...
and yet men listen to him and often forgets his higher! nature be may infra >
' the invited but has been of partisan polities': ;
" 'j. guests,
assist him in hounding down the ob much suffering on others, but he"

: "."' ject the fact of his attack, eacb forgetful will himself be his own. most wretched regretting It ever e since.e cast Who the are deception the four who Two send Methodist broad -. Property O of Non-Residents Cared e -For and Taxes s Paid.

that her himself be the victim. ._
: may -.-.--.- Geo. A. DeCotts, Paul Carter, B. A. ministers.: One Disciple, a pastorof _
f ; Who Will Represent Them. Sturgeon and Emmett Wilson will Judge Stewart, the attorney of Mr.

't/'./t 1 Tile vicious quality is widespread. According to several newspapers, leave In the morning for Daytona to Stetson. A Presbyterian minister i Land sold for Taxes redeemed. '

Few men are entirely free from it. see the ball and who is of
game automobile a supply his church some "
John B. Stetson will be defended in J. tt. "Wetlier .I
) Men generally regard it an exhibition five -
i the suits brought against him by Attorneys race. or six months, when he will leave '
, '\' ... of shrewdness to be doubtful of good e e the state for Oklahoma territory, Abstract OHlce, between Post Office and Bank. .
Beggsand Palmer of Orlando, The departure of the ladies ,
tr X
motives. Undoubtedly, much that young
claiming that he will return
: Owen and Smith of Jacksonville, from Chicago has caused 1CfI03frl-03fl1Cll-01I0It9If1I'JdCliO! - on the surface seems fair beneath the great sorrowin aln.
a Sound it abroad that here is
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Frank Clark of Lake ,
City, Stewart Stetson Hall In fact
_. the surface,is foul, and the experience: some of the a lone Presbyterian minister way offin
and of
A. St.
Bly Attorney
to ti, of a lifetime puts a man on his guard. young men are so desperate that they Oklohoma who
Clair-Abrama: of Jacksonville will territory spent a PLAYING J / WITH FIRE
rep have even threatened to study.
t" f1- But how the fact that
. .many Dr. Forbes and Mrs Mathes.S. few brief months: in DeLand; was most
-- much that appears good is good; that resent O 0 courteously treated-made the Endangers: / both the home and per
t.t .'1 --- Mr. W. B. Fulghum Is suffering from presenCation son. One may meet, with a Heriour- }
\ d/
, \ \;. much is as pure beneath the depthsas prayer, "jealous fur the ; ? / t
j. severe cut on the wrist which he success accident while escaping/ from, 01 r "t7 rM J j
it appears the surface Human DeLaud Junction Depot Completed. and
received from practicing "sliding prosperity">> of this Baptist college attempting) / save something in -
t !, -I. experience may cause a doubt, but .\Ve have been Informed by Mayor bases." in Florida, respectfully requests a burning/ hou-e.Vliy .

v r wheue else will you find a rule that [Fish of the completion of the depot e o the removal of its chief executive, a \ not be:safe from pecuniary, 1
loss In either
case" Carry
t construes doubt into certainty of even tt DeLand Junction except the seats, Mrs. Brown left Wednesday fora man who has spent eighteen of the

y .. probability of wrong? A man maya which are fitted with temporary ones short visit to Jacksonville and St. best years of his life in building/ up FIRE AND ACCIDENT

f come before a court charged with it until the permanent and more com- Augustine. one of the grandest Universities of

crime. The jury trying him is instructed fortable seats arrive. He also says, 00 the south, recently confirmed In his 1/ISU/! /Al/CE
to give the accused tbe benefit from personal observation, that it is There deems to be a mistaken Idea position by an able. board of trustees. and the loss" will
.I f about the city that a number of stu- fall upon those
..,s of the doubt-to declare him inno is neat a little ilepot'as there Is on C. U. PA-ITISON, best able to pay it. The Companies

cent unless proved to be guilty; to the Atlantic Coast Line between De- Jents are leaving college. We feel (A Baptist MlnUrei 'for fitly )('RrB.) we represent!: settle. all claims 1

presume his innocence up to the moment Land Junction Washington, D. ure number that of they trunks are going judging through from town the P. S -UrlthrC'lI. if you are so "jeal- their promptly and are very liberal in f'rri.y6r- '
when his guilt la proved. Even C. Too much praise cannot be given but have failed to notice that the ous", for the moral purity of our treatment of policy holders.

hdman-made law requires this. DIvine 3uperlntendent J. J. Purdon for hU trunks were going toward the collegeand youth, why Is it that you sanction, by SILAS D. WRIGHT 33el ard, :F'la.'

V' law certainly it and not from it. New students are silence the circulation of vile
: requires!: prompt action in having this work your a
4M. arriving daily to take advantage of ___ ____. .. '
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{ Jl human nature disobeys it. done, while Mr. H. K. Omstead, fore the special normal course offered in pamphlet in our community?

' Th law says; that a man charged man carpenters' gang, is due a fair the spring term and have more than "Consistency, thou art a jewel." .
made up the loss caused by the stu- C. U. P. 0.-0"0'-0'-0.-0.-0'-0.-0'-0'-0'-0'-0"" -0..0.-0.-0.-0'-0.-0'0--0'-o+00-oo-o
with,crime must be presumed to be share o.f.. credit In completingthl"
dents from the of
', Innocent until the r<;vefse"ls "pioV aancTyet tittl ;ftr tune In such a satisfactory returning as they University have always Chicago done, PORT Ol/ NGE. "Shoe the Old :E3ol'se.,

i f ninety nine.0)611 In a hundred Torkmanlik _* ner. to take up their work ra that institu
't '...,.- presume he i is guilty as soon as they tion. Special. Corr.8pondence.

,y hear the cbarge*. They do not ;wait Good One on"1 Florida Sheriff. Mr. E. D. Anthony e e of Went Palm Port Orange, March 23.-"An' Shoe the Say Maxe: "" ------

R'I for the slightest evidence. They pre. A good joke is going the rounds onj. Beach has returned and entered college shure" St. Patrlc' would "nlver" (

\: slime guilt from the charge. And ... Florida sheriff He lives tn a county again. curse cards and dancing from Port -

'< : thus ill,of ten acquitted by aT"jury -ijtuated somewhere between Jackson Orange if he knew how two /gay and Shoe anything in the

,. of his: peers who have heard the ville and Tampa. This Is Insufficient sprightly/ widows successfully:: celebrated -

..sevidenceandyetlooked; on with suspicion Indenlilication, because the gentle A COPY OF THE KORAN his birthdayhere. As the 17th shape of a horse that

as long as he lives by those who man will fight over the statement, now Foreigner Mast Go Abod inst. was the night for the meeting of t

heard not one word of It, but simply and the Times-Union force cannot Pvrchavlmir' II In Slamboul. the euchre club, these two ladles determined you want shod.BERRY&KENT.

t' remember him as a man. who wasp stop during the busy hours long In Stamboul there are several bookstores to have a good time. As

II i charged with a crime., Q enough to engage* in personal encounters. the proprietors of which are either there are only about twenty-five memo

But this habit.of, ijiVfV.njf: : harshly Well, one day the sheriff started Persians, Arabians Abyssinians bers of the club they gent out fifty In
out so writ handsome Turks. Not In the streetsare
Seises serve a on a or frequented vitation. They hired musicians ,x
1' .r;.doepnot confine its; where pro-
. idow living a number of miles from these stores but In dark and narrow .
{ a, cr ma b ebeeJQ>'pert>etuated, and the county site. He arrived at her alloys. The books lu them com, vided a plentiful supply! of refreshments ,

I t the only question Is to determine who nouse, and began in the formal fashion prise various editions of the Koran served in the best style, with a
: boquet of at each NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSE.
roses plate.
It. It
perpetrated wrong translated into nil the languages of the &
"Madam I have attachment for
where there Is no evidence of wrong you." orient; theological and historical tren the progressive euchre was Over the ,--0.0.-0..0.-0..0.-0.-0.-0..0..0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0.-0--. _._ .-0.
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':y presumes- It even where there U no "My dear sir," she said, blushing, Uses on the Koran In the Turkish, 1'cr- supper was partaken of. Then the ------ ------- --- -- -

indication of it. It looks for selfish "your attachment is reciprocated." slau And Arnblc tongues annuls which dancing commenced and continued

motives to account fora benevolent "You don't understand me. You clearly i.rove that all the sultans of the until after midnight. One of the

h act. It seeks to weaken the power of sheriff.must" proceed to court," said the Ottoman dynasty were prodigies of gents made a speech, and all /gave F I OILY

a heroic deed by attributing sinister "Well, I know 'tis powerful sudden, genius and sanctity; marvelous fairy three cheers for the two ladles, Mrs.
tales and stories of adventure which
purposes<< to the man who performedit. but you must do the courting your. Noakes and Mrs. WinD, who" had given
less fantastic and the sole
ore more or
iclf. Men, you know, must do the them such a delightful entertain-
It honesty It
acknowledges no ;
courting. They know how. Women object of which Is to prove that no om OOLLEGE -V
ment. All the hotel
conceives of no generosity; it.admlta must be shy and persuaded and coaxed should be considered honest. Intelligent guests were in '

no benevolence. It goes back of all and implored." or happy unless be Is a Turkish Mussulman vited.

q 'good appearances in 'a. search for the "Mrs. Johnseng, this is no time for unless he venerates the sultan Capt. Alexander and his daughter,

; sad and the worst Qf all Is that it fooling. The justice in waiting." unless he lives In Stamboul all his life Miss Hattie, attended the euchre 1836OXFORD, GEORGIA.1903 I

"The justice waltlt.:ll! Well, then, I without ever quitting It even for a day party, and when'the music commenced
wait find the bad. It takes
; t,, .floes not to suppose 1 must go, but the thing[ Is so I '
and unless be fabu
+ It-for granted, and If it does not pro- sudden, and, besides I'd rather ,!have regards as utterly the captain's eyes sparkled so that

,-, Lx_ claim it aloud it whispers around, the parson to do it." lous all that he bears about Europe.A some of his friends expected him to is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section j-
Mussulman Is forbidden to sell
This sheriff around a
and a whisper can travel..faster and dodges corner !get up and Invite some younggirl to OXFORD where there local to t
C I when he sees some of his old copy of the Koran and therefore a foreigner Georgia, are no causes

.) further than a proclamation. friends coming his. way. Times- who desires to purchase the sacred waltz: with him. sickness! The College will continue to make every
Mr. C. McDaniel la fine
i building a
It seems impossible for the average Union. book must proceed as follows: Go
his effort now, as in the past, to send forth men well furnished
\ and I nephew is also building young
1 man to admit that another ever does Oet'Ralee Into the bookntore baring on your face
of 10 Per Cent. one. iu physical strength in mental training, and in zealous Christian
/ a th\"simply because it' Is right. Ar" :. i.s pious an expression as possible, and
Washington, March 21.The reportof say to the proprietor: Mr. C. Drew of Saraloge, N. Y. is character. +
.. stand popular
t. : may up against
the strike commission made public .
shall consider Indebted
"I myself with
eternally boarding Miss Fowler. '
"/ opinion to bis own hurt. Those today, dated March 18, and signed by to you If you will .! --- Courses leading to tho three degrees-A.B., Fh.B., and S.B.

around him lose sight of the heroism all the ,members of the commlsslou of with. a copy of the Koran""A. Roosevelt Lands Ills Candidate -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life.
covers eighty-seven printed
0"" "! of su.t an act in looklnefor an ignoble pages I am a devout believer" the proprietor After the 'is for election of
matter. The miners' ( Sophomore year, opportunity given
general wages
Washington, March 20.-The Presi
motive.' "Why does he'do it? He
cv will answer, "I think it dutyto
are increased 10 per 'cent. 'Disputeswill my dent today reappointed Dr. \V. R. studies in the direction of the student's special< aptitudes.The .
loses friends by it. Be suffers business be settled by arbitration,' this to assist any unbeliever who desires to Crum, colored, collector: of customs ,

or professional loss."- "Ah, but be effected through a board of conciliation Instruct himself In our law. Moreover, at Charleston, S. C., and William M. -

he sees where he will gain. He has with. an umpire as .the, nal you seem to be a serious man and I Byrne United States District Attorney Central t cuing Hall will o1T<>r Rood food at nctuul cost, not to exceed

his plans laid. It will all come out, arbitrator.No am convinced that It Is not vain curiosity for Delaware. Both of these eight dollars per month. Furnished rooms are let. at one dollar PIT month for each d
discrimination will be permitted which prompts you to obtain a nominations failed of confirmation at lodger. This sjeteiH Is under the Immedlute supervision or member of the Faculty d
i.r'' + 4 and you will (pee the baseness of his between the miners or operators on copy of the Koran;: but a sincere desireto the recent session of the senate. ,who Is assisted by competent and experienced matron.All .
purpose;.' And thus men burrow In account of membership or non-mew- _
study our religion. Therefore I X + -
in the union. Violence' '
+, 1 the ground like moles, searching for boycotting Is deprecated, and a sliding to make you-'a: present of this ,TO CURB: AtOLl) IN ONE:DAY, necessary expenses for the collegs year may be brought

that which did not, exist, when,- if scale of wages is provided for copy, though I value it highly,, for I Take\Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- within $175.00. r61E fs

I hey Would only use their eyes, they Awav(ae will continue in force untilMarcb paid a good price for tt."' lets.11 druggist refund the

irt would see something that in its occurrence '31, 1904. Is considered You will then po*'the,book In your I If it falls to cure. E. W. money s

,alas, too infrequently shows Tbe a increase of lor Mitchell dates from; pocket, and a''a'minute oe two later the tlgnaturW is on each box. 25c.<< FALL TI:1L: t OVENS UNTIL LIEU 17, 1902
Win ."I shall consider
mandood in its grandest aspect, the the leaumptlon of work In the minesat proprietor say I Ii
r, defiance of public opinion for the sake close of strike in October last The myself eternally your debtor if you i The Stetfan Girl Walt; now on
f .will make of'-7-," Daming. : ale at book stont wer..
me n present ib
of right, Often the motive soughthnavaittnglysbeneaththe'surfaCe reduction In length working days address
c .,. I For catalogue and other information,
i. Is from ten to nines hours, the. par to .*,(!ertn o.sum."tL'OIlthlnlt"' :.the I.., New York'Press -, Sb who cross 4s
be by weight or lineal yard instead.of price too' high-yoji mot barjratiTwIth'hlnvbo y'u
no bridges till the
on abe surface In plainerl, ,,.ojt those bv for coal rained. not to tine I to them
, ; usually get dizzy when _..
x w hi nave not"J. Scixscald: of susf 'MIners are (granted the privilega'of' make the slightest allusion to the copy! ) James ; ;

picloo:+cpvet"thlh: ,Reye''; .1tt"r.J just, employing check weigher at"the" col of the Koran In your.pocket,, for in disposing fellow Don't beJ sP'i' *&,by": wh, the other PresidentOXI4OILD
,., hence lit their own expense tellsIS* t '"_ Western
what It pretends to be. "Tfcperformed'tbecauseit of it-the proprietor baa clearly -
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Eight constitute for Beef and Mut__ iiij ist Florida
i la' rifl' the '" broken'the ? men l": engineers, instead_of the Beef in the state. _\ .

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? The MAP WEEKLY NEWS ange county. In most rural districts will probably spend the summer with 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0I @

4 these assertions would eternally relatives in Alabama. She made a o .

a DZLAND VOZ.TJSIA. COUNTY, FLORIDA.O. damned both candidates This home brief,visit last DeLand, her. .former'I | Orange City ) If you've gott.0 I"' '- .

t?' O. CODBINGTON Publisher. is a strange old world. 01' O L
11yt The orange trees of this section, at ooooooooooooooooooooooooooOrange A G OD

Subscription R tes. Political throughout least many of them, are showing City, March 25th. -Mr. and (1'ER

k ; (One ................................. .$1 (M) writers the more bloom than at any time since Mrs.> Ed. Allen called on friends in "
+ 7r. : PLxinonths. ......... ...... ...'.. ........ .. 6OWhwu state who take advantage of their the memorable freeze of '05. It looks Orange City Thursday on their way 0 we've got supplies for it. ,i_"

; "' advaauu luilil add 50 In per aJvnnoe.cent.4tf Whon not paid la animosity toward Governor Jen- like prosperity in returning to the back to DeLand from their southern 0

t Rater d In lh. poatoftice e.t DeLand. Florida. nings to make dirty flings at Stet orange belt of Florida. trip. They are delighted with Nas g Typewriter Paper, 4

4 S. class son University lend themselves to Bishop Grey preached to a large sau. (o Ribbons, ::2

I ; Advertising rates furnished oq application. an unholy war. This is jour. congregation at the church in Emporia There were twenty Orange Cltylte Typewriter .
' t'r Address all on the evening of March 10th. drove to Starks Landing Thursday. Supplies than
Communications and makuobecka nalism but : Typewriter :
? ,,, or money orders paynble to blackguardism.! Let There was bright! moonlight and quitea There Capt. Harris met them with I.ake"alle '

& .. .' THE!: WEEKLY: Do Land.NEWS Fla. I every tub stand on its own bottom.If number of people from Pie non came bin. boat and took them all down to .. Carbon Pnpe o e.: O'f HottP" o irt

.a:.", they wish to fight the governor, over to attend the meeting. St. Francis for the day. About as ( ti '\'

t ; .FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1903.Horses they should confine themselves to The cackle of the hen is very con- many more made the same trip on Fri- ; ::oi
l.k.: matters political. The trustees of spicuous these days and the produc- day. Oh, we !beep the ball rolling InOran&e .yttjf
: ,. are now used forthe firsti City. G. W
tion .of eggs is gratifying. Mrs. i
the University who stand Jennings
i time in St. Augustine's: fire depart: by Moody sold 44 dozen the product of Mr. and Mrs. Carbery left Thursday'

a : :l ment. and whom Jennings stands 130 bens in one week, during March. noon for their home in the North. r

:-'. by, are of many creeds and factions Mrs. O. J. Dillard sold 17 dozen the They have been stopping at the Free-

The Times-Union- is authority for and political parties. The effort to same week from 45 hens. The eggs man house for some time. s..w #}ieWWI8KR8HS8WW'' ,vvt, sasasvl t k.m1.1 1r.11i1A, ;\J\1r"1IIJI1111111; ; s ca(. s / tiwt c cfy4'' ;

: the statement that Parker boom is sold the farms at 20 cents Miss Helen Nettleton, who was a .. .... J TM. K01.MAN I formorlyor DeLand. but now Af -
are on
i' a make political capital out of this per jOI.....N.rII.....i. OmrIIAICUWATC13. \\ Orange vlty, bas opened a !15!
100 dozen for the Ilaytona' market. A guest of Palmetto cottage, left Mon
eminent in Florida. Well
is Aj
per unfortunate muddle is beneath the FVBNIT1i1I EI FURNJTURE AND HARDWARE STORK
for : :
where she will make
Barberville man goes the rounds one day Tampa a '
: what la known tbe Burrell
Gravea In aa
haps. avenue JHB
; r_ dignity of any honest newspaperman. day every week, calls at every house visit and then return to this place. ..ND Store. J "

L -, d a} If the papers would devote more where there are eggs to sell., buys- all Dr. and Mrs. Curtis who have been ] and will t/now roll CHEAPER prepared to fill than all any orler.lo other bin IIDe'l"is ,., t te7o

,, he can get and makes weekly trips. to stopping! at the Freeman house, left Volifsia
pace to booming the state and lerfs On Monday the Jacksonville Me. Daytona.Life on Saturday for Thomasville, Ga.., 0 n g TORE ..t.a Please county.cull and Inspect his Stock.tlEl4Kitt'tf6'1g149tfifEftk'flFibt41 Ii 1,5

l} i' to. the Forbes-Stetson case, perhaps the excellent where they will make short ( t
tropolis published article and Health, the Lungren a stay }! !( } !: >it6klhllf! t &11Sti141LTAfie(3nfLlfaIlf.fAi! ! \>ZllbfaifAtt3ldiSlititA(1Ph
d. more good would result.-Palatka from the pen: of Colonel Cal- arid then return to their home in _m__ _______ it
monthly has the .
4; publication, adopted New York.
'a '' Times Herald. houn on the University matter. The newspaper form, and a color for each Mr. Dennis Freeman has I oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ON TH' TRAINS /1
purchasedtwo o
The --- intention of the Metropolis is, we season: spring, vernal green; sum lots on Volusia avenue of Mr. L, g Florida Press 1 I $
Via ) Panama canal treaty hast red autumn yellow ;Vhen ow an' my pa took a trip on th'cnri
mer, ; or orange;
believe, to be eminently fair in this H. Roberts. They are beautifully ..t'
been ratified by the senate- and the bitter' content for It winter, true blue. The April number, located. Mr. Freeman contemplates I 0 g Associationoooooooooooooooooooooooo, o From here clean t' Kansas one time. '
canal will probably be completed supremacy. among! other things, contains some In- We clop In a sleeper both nlifhta! on th
building a house for himself and wife ,
has far the
so published more on wny
from DeLand
almost as soon as the canal from tereetlngjottlnl's by a in the near future, just as soon as annual session of the Florida; An' pa glved th' porter a almelWe .
* Stetson side of controversy, because special correspondent. Specimen I TBE done lots of things that bill traveler.
Blue Lake toVlnnemiesett.Pensaool he can dispose of his hotel. Press Association was held
it has been furnished copies will be sent to the readers of does.
more Mrs. Nelle Palmer, Mrs. Dunlap, at Seabreeze this week. Only a small An' pa wasn't rattled a grain.
I ,
+,.n 4 matter by the friends of Mr. Stet- THE: NEWS, on request. Postomce, Miss Nellie Foster and Miss Eda Pol- number of the newspaper men and But one thing I 'member th' best of all
pilots are again at Barberville, Fla. wuz
son We believe the Metropoliswill sum drove to DeLand Saturday af women were present They were A feller we met on th' train.
pesce'aftera'long sensational The wife of Mr. Stephen Davln died ternoon to call on friends there. treated royally by Colonel and Mn
publish anything properly That ffller had traveled th' awfulleat lot!
I 'war am ng. themselves. Pilots 'are written, signed Ly the writer, and at the residence of Mr. John Davis a Mr. Will Tylander came in Satur- Post and Mr. Burgman. Officers for llc'l been t'.Tacomy Hi* Imck; "'.

: } like other people; they make trouble few days since, after ad illness of day evening; his many friends here the ensuing year were elected as follows lied been t' El Paso uno time when his !

''w- only when some third party attempts not to
to in> .'between them. intention of nearly all the state papers living! near Volusia, and when Mrs. returned to EauGallie Monday. President-Tom F. McBeath, Florida Ha'U et In th' diner till I things didn't taste

is to be fair without prejudiceto Davis became sick they moved to Mr. Capt. Harris of St. Francis was in School Exponent, Jacksonville. No good. 'cause they served 'em too( U"I
plain.I !
Fir either side. The state has been John Davis', hoping that the change town Monday.Mrs. Vice-President-Geo. W. Wilson, wish I wus half as well, posted a. him- \t.(
yt" ... state ,Railroad Commission flooded with the Stewart would prove beneficial to her health,, .- Laws and little Willie, Mrs. Times-Union, Jacksonville. Th' teller we met on th' train!

in' !lla!, report to the governor, claims pamphlet but she gradually grew worse until Bolt and daughter, Mies Marie, went Secretary-T. J. Appleyard, Index, He act an' told pa of th' times he bed

'. '" to have'saved. $90,000 to the shippers and matter written on the 'other death came. The burial took placeat to DeLand Thursday. Ask them how Dake City. bluffed

i 4 ; the- past year. There is noI side, and the, editors of the state the Purdom cemetery near El- they got home. Treasurer. W. Peabody, Time; Conductors mude 'em an'take brakemen tickets an'at* allAn' wasn't no .

that 'the commission is very naturally came to the conclusion dridge on Sunday March 15th. Mrs Miss>!! Helen Nettleton returned from Union, Jacksonville. good: !.i
question! a that there side to Matt Davis, a sisterlnlaw of the deceased her visit to Tampa Saturday evening; The next annual meeting of the association >!!- "Jlst done It." he said!, "on my pall." I!4 ,
waa only one He'd fooled th' train robbers'twasn't no f5
investment the
+ good for of rf N
I it i people this was displeased because the she reports a very pleasant visit. will be held at Jackaonvillin : fe
Since the
question. publica
r, # r ..the state. '. grave was made too near that of her We are having warm weather anda May, 1904.Arrangements. Th.
-. I tion of the trustees' statement, the husband, and on Monday hired two or good! deal of rain. We can almostsee : were made for the My i J

r '' w' x.1*, The .Ministerial association should Calhoun letter, and other articles, three men to dig up the body and buryit things grow.' publication of a bulletin on the 15th trick'1\1

take up. the matter of sending out the state: press, with few exceptions, in another part of the graveyard.It Mr. C. O. Codrington, editor of the of each month, which bulletin will 1 said 1

through the mails that dirly "bluebook" hove shown a disposition to treat is said that she claims that her DeLand News, was a pleasant callerin contain confidential information as to "I (
husband secured the lot for a family Orange City Tuesday. He the price of printing material, ink, An' '
(unsigned, unacknowledged, all fairly. was on An' illdn'l, have nolhln' I' any
; burying place before he died. Others his way to Daytona to attend the paper, etc., and the names>!! of foreign Out when we got homo I wus t..llln' til
r ? false,. ,.misguiding, malicious JJ say that it la a free cemetery and the editors' convention being held in advertising agents or persona who refuse folks. -
An' said "Let that strain.
;;. they would do this, and condemn lots are not sold. To say the least, it that place this week. to pay their bills. A copy of the When pa you pit' : as old up UH on your pa. you'll

y the persona who are thus trying to' Special Correspondence.BARBEHVILLE.. was a very strange proceeding if it On account Inclemency of the bulletin will be mailed to each member r'r,1tTh' "
liars In' train.
not violation of law. of the association. Quite a large you meet on ., _
was a '
a injure the school and I the people of weather our Tuesday evening Euchre '
OBSERVER.oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. number of new members were electedat
't S ,p' DeLand, this action of the association Barbervllle, March 25.-The public Club was postponed until next week
this of the association
school at Pierson closed Friday
i'y' #"my would have the approval of March 13. Tbe average attendancewas Judge Teal and wife of .EauClaire, At the time of the next meeting of

s, .every. honest. man in L 1 .JL. .nd. 45 or 50. There were exercises at o u Win., came in Tuesday evening from the association a bulletin will\ be published -
g Confederate Tots their winter home In Arcadia, Fla., to
all the read
the school house' and a picnic dinnerat containing papers :
the picnic grounds on the closing To visit D. P. Graves. They are on at the meeting advertisements: etc.Pecu1i .
"The disintegration' of the republican Organize ctooooo000000oooooooooooooo their way to their northern home. WATCHES !
Dr. Skinner and wife returned 'rrN
theme day.Mr.
Q party, always a popular
Gordon Purdom, who recently v from their visit in Tampa Wednesday c
+ ., .for democratic writers and orators, married a Miss Bennett of DeLand, ia To the ex onft'dcrate Soldiers Residing evening./ They report a. good deal of 1'

& .is again taking place. But the' living in the house recently occupiedby in Volusla County rain there. "' %. .. r ) 1
Mr. Bartbolmew
left the Freeman
It has beendgpmed
"chutces: for:.: the success tiejnatlon Mr. Jeb Brown. right house Tuesday for his home in Bantam -
'Bishop Grey, of the and proper by the undersigned that Conn. !
al' ,
,,' party; were never WATCHES
brighlerthan'at church; held services at the Metho- the handful of old soldiers of the '.- To ItselfIIi

?present..'\,....,.., ,, vlf. toewavering 'diet church in Pierson one night re Southern Confederacy residing in this :
t" factions can come together cently.A county should meet and effect' an. or- Patting- Hia Coal. what it is and what it does:: -containing .

; ;i;. and nominate a 'conservative: up serious accident occurred near ganization. the best blood-purifying,

l t' *", *& right man for.president'pelt. year, Barberville on the 19th. Roy Morri There.are many good reasons for alterative and tonic substances and -.J ., '

theyTkim. will. probably be able toether doing 1. The thisf:perpetuation of historic effecting the most radical and per- have a Fine :
: WE
..;V <*," :!' The, question I is: Can they gun: which fell from his hands to the truths. '-' > manent cures of'all humors and all and meet 4

r, ;'x:"" unite on a candidate and on a platform ground. He wan wiping the sand off 2. The mutual benefits arising froma eruptions, relieving weak, tired,

.. ? "VVeshaJl see. when the gun was accidently dis .closer and more intimate union of ? languid feelings, and building up any co Q,,., e/ ioiiiiot t' (

r' charged. The load entered the face the.old soldiers. the whole system-is true only ofHood.s .1

t .... s NEws.believes that' this newsyipaper of young! McBride, breaking his jawbone 3. The securing of enactment of. elceptiirgbe. a -.J; ) 'l

:! / controversy over'the Stetsontrustee'itnYuddie and Indicting a horrible wound. needed laws In regard to exConfederates. SarsaparillaNo

b: .' ;; : is coaling dol- At the present writing it is doubtful \ other medicine acts like it; prices. ),
whether he will recover or not. If These and many other matterevun.necessary no other medicine has done so Our

:w iarelo) every properly owner in Dej he gets well he will disfigured to mention here, will sug- much real, substantial good, no own guarantee .. \:

: .it' .IJand, ,,:lbe result of which will be for life. It Is reported that gest themselves h'ereafter. other medicine has restored health amounts to some-

j <... .fir ;reeouezt t winter: But we. do not the barrel of the gun burst when it To the end, therefore, that, such an and strength at so little cost."I .

i" ';' RYOpo "}o:sit with our hands folded wait discharged.An organization may be effected here! iaVolusia q,'4. wetAvlNea WM troubled with scrofula and came thingas we are hereto
unfortunate shooting affair county, the undersigned do near losing; mr eyesight. For four month I
;:: ... :' land oyi pen silent. while any.newa- earnestly Igviteall of the surviving could Dot nee to do anything. After taking: back it
at-Eldrldge on Saturday night up.
: t LL "-* 'and "att tow two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla could see .
...i rney attempt Confederate soldiers in said
'. the 14th. I have no't learned the full residing to walk and when I bad taken elgrht bottles I
; .tint!' ., from DeLand. the'inarr\ whoiaeimade particulars yet, but the report is that county to meet at the court house in Tut.ln any, coal yet could aea a* well as ever." SUSIE.. HAIBS-

.- ) .the Institution that has some of Mr. Bishop's turpentine hands DeLand, Fla., on Monday, the tfe'da >' "Yes. I Just deposited fifteen scuttles TON Withers N. C. In your Holiday thoughts let
"" ; of May, 1903, for the named. la the safe deposit vaults."-Mew Hood's Sarsaparllla promises to them revert toW.A.AlleniSCo. ,. ;
.... held 'np De and the past eight were having: a dance when a turbu purpose cure and keeps the prom I.e.
lent, 'disorderly'negro from another John A. Bradley, 2d South Corolina York Evening Journal.
Out t>fJ2,000 inhabitants .
regular -
kyearaa;, ,
turpentine camp /'ppeared on the Cavalry, Hampton's Brigade.D. -
..., of JDeLarid"our>course_ in this scene and created *disturbance Mr. L. Wickbam, 4th Florida Infantry Mtmm" Miami and the Alarm Clock. As they are well prepared to
1 were sorry to do It," said Miss\ meet all problems.
--II: !" matter is unqualifiedly approved by Stephen Bishop, a young white man, Finley's Brigade. ?Miami Brown as she completed ber Nothing has ever equalled it. ttarEverystatement we make

.r least,: '1,700 of them'; We feel noticed the disorderly conduct of the \V. P. Edwards, 6th Georgia Infan- trfsk'of demolishing a timepiece with o Nothing can ever surpass it. is also guaranteed. .r;:

n ?. that' the i fight should stop, in the negro and asked him If he cbuld not try,.Colquitt's Brigade! rolling pin. "I were mighty sorry to do

'' interest of all who love their 'town, l let theparty alone without causing a S. J. Hodges, 8th Florida Infantryerry'a it 'cause-it/ *ir' a present." Dr. King'sNew W. A. ALLEN &: CO. ,
disturbance, or words to that effect / Brigade. "Was It an alarm clock?
,bat-wj will nol top itBO, long as This angered the intruder who drev J. J. Vinzant, 2d Florida Infantry, "1 reckon It were. It bnd me skfraht
the ambushed fires on' mos' to doutb.! De lady wbub I'ze In
enemy our a re'volver and snapped It twice at Perry's Brigade.T. Discovery

oaier" pickets. Put. this in, your Mr.Bishop.. Mr,. Albert Bishop, a J. Snyder, 3d Arkansas Infantry service up In de done mo'nlo'tol" "me it 'ud be'p me get I :

"'. pipe and smoke it.- brother of the white man, then shot Artillery, Texas Brigade, A. N. V. "Didn't It?" For' '!' evap'rwx-. Price
"3ft- !seraI.NA
.t, .t. 1.} _- _ _ the 'negro before he could get his pistol "I should say It did. It done boos' NOTICE UEEIt OF ITNDEU APPLICATION tKOlION: FOR 8 TAX OF

to go off, indicting a severe wound The Cable Company has a good me HIGH'' thoo de roof. An' I didn't lose Perfect For All Throat'andCure CHAt'TER4888, LAWS OF FLOJt-
yI; Politics
are'"at fever heat in Jack. In the thigh from the effect of which Piano for sale cheap. Apply to W. no time Ittln' rid of It. If It wade nil : Lung Troubles. It>A.NOTICE.

,1 } ,sonville._ J. E.,T. Bowden, with the he may die. He had probably been C. Cannons. 3t dat 'sturbaiice at t II! o'clock, when It Mopwy, back W It fall. Trial Bottla fra.. 1 Is hereby given tbat R. L. Oa..dy
drinking, as hid conduct was that of a + come to strlkln' 12 dnr wouldn't be of axCerllfloateNn.eldste4
labor behind him and Judge Of fluff, l less lnn 'mrionltm.' th"2 :of' man under the influence of liquor. From Many Letters. i a certificate my ofllce and baa made appllOHl -
1f} ;Nolan, who ia backed by the Timea-- Ion for tax deed. to issue in accorilanca
Services were held at the Baptist with. law.. Said certificate embraces
Union and and the "kid- Dr. Forbes has received the following
er.Zi. recently a I
;;t ; church Sunday, the 8th, and the'rewl1l described prop..rtyellu.ted In Voluala .
letter from a gentleman In this state county Florida, to-wlti
rl'' then sc.alove gentry are the principal probably be preaching' the second ; FOR Cabinets. I Lots 8 to IS Inc. Bit el I. Seville.
: wdbsadidates saying that be understands that some Photographs In Covers. Tbe said land being aasensed at the date of
for mayor. Both candi- Sunday in April. Preaching at I Panels Malden Board. the tSHuanea such certificate In the name
one is trying to influence his .daughter on
li dates fighting for "home rule the Methodist church every third A Variety of and Sizes of Cards of James Weeks. Unless said certificate shall.
are to leave the University, where/: I Styles be deemed according. to law, tax deed will .
Sunday. Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Easels. issue thereon on the Slat day of April!, AD.
/ ;'ettoh i fl'ombla. own standpoint. One she Is attending school. He-further YOU We Study! to Please. 190CJ. ;;:.

'% pepulblr thing about the contest ,is LUNOREN. state*!,>witjie. is greatly pleased with I MISS NEAL'S STUDIO. the Witness 201 b day my ofM..rcb.offloUl slirnature}A 1903.and leal this '\

";" zee ':'wet" vote. Much farm work has been done)-- oft! ,daughter. 1'jrogrens in h/er school (Heal ] 8.P.'. D: JORDAN. I
r-igiw"pdtoketing; fort: : this section the past ma *w -"Corn is "res.-n F't_.--5Dt' : her to I Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County: Fla
: ifjweeat Bowden II tJl r .__ f'
Pl public meeting and otbejeropyre doing well. ,
up ; v People I 2'setor to notify -
')1 1lUMonuced 'bimaelf' aa in".favor,.of. ;: .Mhrt Mary Price, who was the assistant him av" cointl- further attempts I

i,allowing' the aalooae! 'to remain open I i teacher of the Plerson school, were m.they soce''w.. daughter to Tasteless Chill Tonic t .....
''t spent a week In Lungren, the guest of leave. thGrove's i
,,'I. / would
4ost. ; 6mnday. providing they ___ t .1 "
Mrs. Turner at the close of the school e' ""'-
( ..n; liquor to(an .intoxicated: per- Jacksonville II I ha stood Averago Annual>i Sales over Q;"'$ d a HaIIMDIoa '
Before going 'to she expects "White fr te', like blacked shoes, : : r
., ,I.t' .. thol b. had 'to vUlt friends or relatives are 'not al "js an Indication of a bottfcs.. Does tfait record of i merit
\ ;" ....:;.;.;t.Nol.. '.f""Ald" ""tdaide'in"Or'y. -''"D ,yttinaand'St" : "Johns, county aa.cIpJ' spotless lot, s1r.; > KwlOM4 "hi ..-.-y""" .is .T mCMt..MlMaaflsrQ ov.' : y f'J.I >."...., PIlI.
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: regular miser. I never knew him to : i

-OJ' Die LAN D.MM. .- use a particle of It In my life.-Baltimore POLash-No Fruit FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIl
American. Lost Reason AfterLaGrlppe.
No Phosphoric Acid=No Seeds
I. VIDA Z. BAE11ECKE, M. O., $

Mow to Teat the Heat of Fat. No Nitrogen-No Leaves LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45. In Effe i I _

Physician and Surgeon. 'For deep trying put in a thin slice of These three sNO. i.f4J4*. ,,, .
bread and if it browns while you can Daughter Had Frequent SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.

Now York Ave.. DoLnnd, Flu. Onioe Hour count sixty tbe fat U hot enough for things must -
10 A. M to U ...; t to t and 7 to V F. M. Spasms.Dr. No.99Dally. No.33 No.29 No.23 No. NIDaily.
material If it browns while you S
raw be suppliedto 88\\
flalli.Jiy. .. _DOLt
EO. A. DAVIS, M. D.. count forty It is right for food prepared soil. S
p from cooked fish or meat suchas your Miles' Nervine Cured
8 C8p' 12 t51|lii 040n 7 5o900a Lv.JackBonvt T ISO aI 11
Physician and Burgeon croquettes. Use plenty of fat and S. Write to ut Them Both.Dr. 8 .. .. . 0 4l..l.o.Jaoksnvllio.Lv 7 tin 1&1 "f l'jd '7

C' : OfBoa" lloura: 8 A. M. to 12 ".; 1 to A aud T toBpuulai always strain It carefully before put and I we will ..II..aap.) ...tOOl'... ...'I 10. no: aII ... 8t.Augiintliia.. 6 4UaI 6 t 1

liP. oil. It for future use. 20 80 JiJH iSal..Ratings..I. : II P "
atteu'lon to mldwlley and surgery ting away "S send you Miles' Nervine U n specific for nervous I! ,
Cnlla auawettid. .atany hour. oiUculu resIdence books disorders. It removes the cause and effects I..... I a 13 pi 11 ISa| C laaii.v..l'alitlkn" ... i If" -
Indiana AVunue west. of Court How to Freshen the Dining Room. some a speedy .and permanent, cure. I,........1.. S OLO1jl' | 10 OSaUr.. I'alnlka.. ...L.i].-- 0 4I
y Houau. giving the I. ... .... Oh iii 8 II .......IAr..Hau: Mine ..AiliLv 8 t
( 1 A few drops of oil of lavender In a \ gist of the u hole matter. I "I (f"ellt is my duty to let you know Hint _____ ,t2iFi..I, 1& ISa. 15..| .Man Matpo _l.vl.... I _

MACDIAUMID, M. D., sliver bowl or ortin mental dish of Home your medicines have cured my little girl 0'nin..ol ... .. .. .. ... No'ogms..Lv ..... ', I
JOHN upa-nis. !V:' .<<*commenced having them Il; ..BunnpllR..... .. '
D9S and' kind half filled with very hot waterand SIERbI Oil: NUIUIIII tN KVI.I HI, .New WflllKS\orlt'J I at the ace of tl.teo. Om 1.lIIlIly) doctor said o :::: ::: ::::: ::: : ::::::: ::::...Du)>ont....... : t i4.;
Physician Surgeon..f set In the dining room just beforedlnnel' y the would outgrow them limit she did not. !I 113Gp 33Bp .. Orniond...... '.

A General Practitioner not.. Speclaliul.Olllc Is served gives a delightful and We took her to another ph>'sicmii; who said :;j 11 till'' atopi'lJ'p I ..Day..".. ....... \ .S _
.; .... .Port ...
I her trouble was epileptic fits m a mild form. lla Oranijo.
.Tu .. over .'I.h"r'.lJtug Store. Hours i U to Intangible freshness to the atmosphere Z &eZM lie did her no good either, She, was so :z 12 iOu lihIli..1.v.. .Ni.w Smyrna... .
J2:. I to 4 cud 7 to tf. .. Hill f\!.
I ; of the npartinent. Hostessus often put nervous she could hardly walk. As I had S ". I : ::::: 8 : :::: ,

j a small vessel In the IJtu'ior'and drcus- I already used Dr. M,Ie,' Nervine, and fiinnil l .s.. .?. ::::: ... .. .. 7 ,_ J
A. 8. MUN80N.M. it ft good remedy for myself I commenced 'o ( ..... ..... .
( Orar Ing rooms when m-runghii tho bouse giving it to my child. I ci\e her in all ten '" :::::::: e 20 lnlllo. ... ..... ,: S_ _
Homeopathic Physician.OlDee for a festU.Ity. The suggestion Is especially > > I 1IIKOF' Al'L'L.lC4t I ION iOu TA> bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood I I.-' ... ... .C 33 I .no. .... .. .. Sm
.. .. ..
Ana ) second tlooraouthol KluUer'adrug. atoreUttlce valuable to the hostess", In a small DEED!; fNUKU: SECTiON JF CHAP Purifier. That was over Iwo years. ago and. i 114' : : ::: :.. :: :: .:: :: :::. --"do. .. .. ....; ,.. -,
ot abU ,'. lutol 44.. M. U to 6 ..nd1 to which sometimes In tbe bus- she has not had an atta< k since we commenced i'm Yl7 a. 'l '- J ; .". .. S
I' built du He. H.JB. o" ; apartment the tieatmcnt. bhe is no longer, )Is .. ... .. ...... ::::: ; ..r:.. .::::. '" r. .j' S
tit* of iHTfinratloii becomes' stuffy. TEN 4888, LAWS:: OF' KLOKIDA.NOTICE troubled with nervousness, and we consider, I ...... ... ...... -.. .. ...... .. .. 'S 'AI' :
I Brill'tinue. '' -- -.------.------. her permanently cured. I enclose her pic .. .. .. ........ill..Oak. ..... ..... i ...>I :1 i
W.8. TAYLOR.It heieby. given Hint It. I.. I.nlbcij lure. My mother-in-law lost her reason .and -....... .. .... ..... ",.' ,
Stricken From the List. '' '''' ilL Tax I'tiuiluntu No. 1M,' for three months from the effects No.28Daly. ... .... Humid. .. ..... 1
null tliu Till iluy ol JIIIHA U. I Mm I hi was in-ane ... .... Jupiter.. .. '
i.; Is. OTICE la hereby given that at u regularS titd. bald, ceil Illume, In my olhccttind IIIIH: mud,, of LaGrippe. Six, bottles of Dr. Miles' Ner A 40 a 9 30 I'o'o..nll, 10 R .
author i SurgeonDentist.Office iiifi-tliiKof tho I Ity Coo mil of the City el'IllcmitilIm| 1,0' "X lIeu, I.. I..u III lcCOIduiuo vine cured her. My sister has also taken it 113006&00 0 40 I Uri-aki'rs 101 I
,, of DeLund, h'hlo... Moniliiy cuing. MtuxliU w.tli liiw. bniil col iltlciitt-, I iln for sick headache with good:: results. We all I 93Sa 6 Bin6oBa: I a 45 i ,,"".Ar 10 C I _ _
provtw ovor Fisher's Drug Store DuLand Fla IMiit, the lollowliiir niiinvH. KCIU DtrUkcMi ",Hunting .I.n".U piopttil) ailuuu.ll, III Vu. thank you very much lor your oood: medicines 9 41 m alit 0 60 .i Hem-U Lv 9 6 t
I.DIUIC from the H'KlBtnitlon. book of aalil city uml, ilHluc-oiinl), KlolM.i/ toe II: and kind ndvice. 1 don uiink them H II....... ...... B : : n :. .......-. .. '". u .
'i< Were ol'tlered'Us,'" iiiuordlnit to liiw., fWol BW>. Si u aa '.ii lii,, Iinnio9ii-,8iinorok' 10 4 .. .
..ailedot\e JAMES J E. AbKXANDEK, I. J. Itrokuw rcinoveil.J. TIIO Hlltll lltllll|, Iit'i;lug;I'I IIHHI-MMed:: lit till:; lllllu.'I: Ol is any other medicine half so good. I send 11 Oil. : : :::::: : ::::::: )i :::::::: ::: .: ::ray i ,j i**.: : :::::-.. .
a H. (.'nuapy. rc/uo\'e" I'ho IrtMtmiiOH" ol .audi) uurtlUeulo tin* mum my daughters photograph so that you may 11 a..i. p.. ......... H illandale.. . ... ...... ., S _: S
j tbematter< At torney-at-Law. C. A. lJh.k..IO" rvino>uil.U. "1 S.U. Miiiinliiif.. Unli'HSMHlcl eiilitleati'Hlinllio see what "n sweet little girl li\es out In 114d.... .. Up. .........Lemon City. .... ..I I '',
y O. Funning, r 'niiud.. 'Il'o'/II\I uuuoidinir. I to law lux fluid win' Arkansas. MKS. HANNAH UARKtTr _ll M i p._ 0 43 _Ar... Miami ... .Tv_ 8 CO pi
tY'atllrm Will Practice In State nnd Fedora Courts. \V.W.Jry.rumonl.Jo .ime liu.,icon oil thu doth tiny, ot Much.V bprmgdaltf, Alk. 'S
..' I lid OrtlCL-8! Rooms. 1 and :ii., Ilrusb Block:, 1>B-: Hurrlfl, roinoeil. l>. JI'II3.WillI"8' ) All Irilfrci'iU: : s..l\"n. \ <1 guarantee first bottle Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville i iJAOKSONILIiB fOI' !
pc LAND Ii LO'UVA. O.C. "elllllll'Uo.ell.. my olllelul eluniiliiiM., mid (foul thisliu
Vr. Mile1 Remedies semi for Iree hook
olaJ 1 27lll A I). Unit. '
.I"y..r t'etmimimiy.
a II. 'r. tiowuril rfino\ud.
W. t-I. KiulA, mo\eil. [Si'iilJ bAM'L i It JoltriAM on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address TO ST. ,ATJOTTSTIIST.
." : Bri BERT FISH Wllliarn Kolinun romovud. Clk C'luult Court Volu.-iln County, KUultlii. I>r. Miles Medical o., Elkhart Ind. I

Ho.euUr. Cain Little-ton tloail. No.2:1: No.27 No.29 No.35 No.43 fually
C. Jordan. Lbonuril reino\vd.removed.U. I lIoIly, I 1I..lIy.. I 1Ia11y. I 1I..lIy. 1I..lly. I Na. I \

Attorney-at-Law, L. I N.lII"U"lIe.>. Miller, fI'Uo'el.Uohl..n _ _ _ _ lOon. S
nlfliM-ent luventnieiitN In nil
Mr. ml. Lv. Jowk.nvlIl". 7 L) U 00 U 41)it ii Tl5j ..
Pollard ,, 'eil.lir a a I DI' P2
from f Practicing In nil State and Federal Courts. >nnt Bniltli reiuoxcd.romi \ ... ... JuliusVoilil jou like to live jour Ar. St: Augusine, 5MB _(llaoa, 'Jul Cia le31' 800)> I/ 3 OOTI ..
C'UII or C'rlmliml busluusa. given curefulattention.
. I weetcladd : Jacob. Thompson ruiuovod. life /kl'llll iinnii ? ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILL1SCHKDTJI.ES
H. 1>. VennliiK. r"movell. .
i' ill I.. J.. Vln ullt. remoiod. IM: l..zi"I'-No, but I Til I IIK I (> to tll"'llIl! o\or --S
4. I No.l No.36 No. 38
audi W. PERKINS, J. U. S. liolitnaon. removed.E.. THEDfORD'S iipiin: j nil the money I l'\o t-pi-nt.-:StrayStories. : No. 98 N. 92 1..lly, J'ully Daily No. 44 No. 3i'. Silaily.
,,-J cuutabiyj/ JAMES D. Ml.LEOD, I I Daily. I Na., Ex. Ex:. I 1/ally. 1Ially.Slln. .

DeLnud :March 10. ItKIU.: City Clerk. _ S..n.Il1n.. /: S
1IIt Attorney-at Law. Lv. lit. Augmistiiie i 84"" me II Mliii." iTiiia/ 111.41). a.. 13 p I G 10 I' I
4.. I two tJOTICE.: 0.. APPUCA.ritN:! FOR TAX : BifiCfiWUfiHTTHE ( p" I able."Sri Ar. JaukoonvlI!..". T fill... I II.00"1. 1n""n _1a 1) piii_ 40 p \\13 I 13 p I I 7 10 p I I:

,.....: BolicltorCl'hnlnul Court of R, cord. Will iiraollco DEE II UNDKIt :SEC: 1 !tIN 8 OF UI1AP- I It hprM I Is positiM-ly, \ the most Inhospltnlilo BRANCIt

'::r"fj''y. Or ida. In Olltco all courts ovur wnuin VoluslaC.iuulyHsuk.. thy: Slate 01 Flor 'rIm 4888, LASt S OF PLO lb LM. I inn n I Over HHW' ." -_- QF LINES.SANE'ORD ......"

,7f' t )W. Is hereby given that, 11. Lufbpry. GREAT "Yoi; I hover Knew him e\t-n to HI. ., '
er. b l "." of tux certillrale, Nu. l'>iSl. tutIn nn idem.- What to lat ORANGE OITTNo. S

./ut \.rOLU8IA Y COUNTY A US fit ACT COMPANY: auld OMIotliliu curtlrictito Ii h day In of my Jane.-A.Il ottlco. silo I81W lirisuvpplluHl "has aimul llieil,, FAMILY Ill| STATIONS. |I.N,. 12 3No.:| II 1, ,- 1 A
1 .
peat Ion tor tux lived to laut. In aovor- MEDICINE II MllyJ I Dull!i. naiiy Dally | S
: loon ." 8. B. WILSON, MANAGER. unce wltb luw.. "Held tierllllCHte. vinuraoua lIe, If 05" Lv......... Tltnevlllt .........Ar 1 20 p. I
31 following .."..crlbell propcily" Bituutod In Vo- Georgia Southern 7 It a Lv........... Mima..........,..Ar, J 07 I' 4.hip lOlOaLv..N.! S
tia Abfctracla furnl hei1 and titles perfected. limliivounty. .'lo..loJ..lnwlt. : S"3." a l.v...... .... Osieen ..........Ar.ll ej 6O9 p}Fl lalv.LL
Whit Next to VinublK, County liunk, l.i4tfaw.i! ISeuJII:( 'i'i.| Ills. It :XI: (, 80 acres ) ( S D5 a Lv.........Knterprlss..........Af.ll. O'k' II U .m lt.tna lILv.OlUT'ilAr/
1 bual'r liu Ui nil. )'1u. 'llii auld iHiid bulntf iiHn"'HHed ut the date. of --. 1180.a _Ar _........S"nt..rc\.V..U CO ft_ U P _SE 4l' ..Or,
Ji : the lnHuauco of such cerilllcatu In the naini ..- .. .. .

i .: 4.: ''d \\u\ n tc I : A. B. HUTCJUNI ON. nf i All'''.duem","rrl.(.daciurdliiijr... Uni'< s... Io said|law| certificate tax deed shall will? TheJforJ'a Dl.ick-Dr.nifjr/it/ has AND Florida RailwayS / No.Only 19Bun.. DNO'lln\: I &AYPbr :BKAJJAr CB.,. "." ":'?!o..

. ,- of luu). saved docton' bills for more than .
.. w..d otary Publi -i'litre-oil. .. on iilUlal lime wuli.signature( day and March seal.. this. For the family S 11 iia-I '' tv............. ..... ..... Jmickeonlli, ..................)
box .e. ni y iwu.ISeul siity years. common 4' 'lillii, t lil\I .', Itmite.** 11 C9 a t D3)1 '................... South Jacksonville.......S
4. wtt iUi:: ilny of Fs.biuai A.l> I JoltDAP4.i'leik ailments such m constipation 11 4i O..a II 91 p Ar.. ... ...................Pablo BeiicU.Ar .....,.....,.....
Dealer in Heal Estate. \ I IItnJU I. 1 ] Circuit 8Ast'L Volualu) Co.: Fla.N01 indigestion! hard colils) ,bowel)complaints 11 4f a II S CO p ......................Atlantic. Beach.........i..
I Court chills and fever biliousness Si'hi'duli'. II, I III .4 I,"'"""') l I.. I' K 00 in II 13 pAr..... ..... ....... ........ Mavport.Truliiado ._.........,....
Taxes and asscssmenU attended to foi ---- .- .
paid .' .. headaches and other like not sop otatBllo s opposite whloh no time Is sliownTlicitp

bv _uwi-resideuta._ _ _UuLaud._ 1._ _ r TE OF! APPLICATION) FOR lJi' TAX complaints no other mcilieino: is r..l'l1."k".. : .. .. . jjivnri. II HI>pin ii, i.*.-, _.11"-1'<.ii- .' i T.mATuh'p* gh'nvr il>.. times nt which trains jnay. be exp S SoIn
IIO 8 () CI1APTtlt -
I1NULK liEU Ival
1-EEH!:\ !; It and! : ". ;, tlni ai-vural Htnttona. but their nn departure at the time
invigorates .. .. .. .
necessary. reg"ulatcs lv Jiii'k-opvlllo' H aim> I'm inArV'lilosm '
r 4888 LAWS OF! Y 4I1lDA.I the liver assists digestion .. ...... .. .. .II I I.. |I''ii" I" 'ii i I nor vt1'"*!*..the Ooiupuny hold Itself respoOslb S andelay. ticLherefrO
.c "\ ha M. D., PH.D."I. I U hereby given .at H. C :McCoy stimulates action of tho knlne73< ArTll'tull..I.. .' .'0...... i J '..n ":& ,__ .: 1 SPeninsular"idOccidental
I E.ALLEN, NOTICE of tux OBi-llduale, No. UHI 1. br iluv ol .lui')', AM IvOO\ has lllvduiild unties the blood and purges. the AriH'"li| .... ....... .. J'MIIIII 4 IfC 1a. r l Steamship Cosine .
/ i'4, Oculist and Aurlst. cviiMlcule ID uy ..otl(>e, and lids umde up- owuU of foul accumulations. It ol' (!AArAlliiiitii -- -- .. -i.-
I' illenlloii lor laX de"d.o laaue in uuuoiduncowiililuw. cures liver complaint. indigestion .... .. 5 T :i5 nm 74il'm KEY..W BA: A.N
thud cerlillouteinUracua' I I..lie (..I- :N.P. :*.. I.. BETWEE1\MIAM ,
01 Do Lund Mondiiys,over Allen's Di UK Stoleat low 11mg ilccerlbed. property lu Volualnounli Hour stomach di/iintws, chills, Ar a llmlniiiiiotfii.... ... .. 1 !.' pill llUlninArNimlillli S
Orlando Wednesdays. L.orllitue.'s House (' Hoililn I luwii: rheumatic pains silk-ache back : ,. ... .. ... a r; |hiim, ((141)11111In. MIAMX.4' &.tT LINE. .MAMI-1E1Ul.
.. OCI1II1 TbuI'Ilu)., Monti coma I ol Ui}. His -'. Wall's add to Pa)tniin.Tin ache kidney troubles, constipation I .. CKM- It. It. S.S
1 bul lie Onto of Ai-St. LiHilM .... illttnm. : 7 :L'l OomCae Juary1,1BO3. ':tJO onaii
o.hllund being U.8"'8eoJ ut uiliomness pinArililKiitr bard .
Gu a H\IUa S.nlurilHjs! Brown housee tltleiitu I In ihoiiuuiur.lolm diarrhcea, 1dtes I .... ... .. .. 10 Jinn:; .. .
ii InI8HIIIIHOU 01 auoli eel IJT Mlamr IHii'."TIH' .........{.....,11 vlp rf. !i.9'! !'! t\
.> Kelton. Unless said certlltm'mtu ahull. colds and heailoche. Lvery druggist I.. X. N. U. It. ArNa",m" Fdhumll'er' .' ....". .. ... 3 085Ar Jm1es'.M'.itt.8un.TIi .
( lit. ' liceoidlilrf to law tux oJ"I will has Thedford's Bl.iclc-lJraiujlit) Ar .l.niilH\iili, .... .. .. :S-'Oum" I'SUSnmArCliKlnn.ill. 1 LvNm1i&i4eit.fIi..sL.o..JU90a", t. v. ., Weso Bun.\ -
X. ba'v S8UM lliereou on the Until dup ol M'iI'eb.lll1J.1 in 25: cent packages and in niuiu- a I ... .. 'i' Slum 4 05 uni Mb.tfImetin.' /! S II-'i.d.:..-... 6 DO a r IviifiMn '-' r ')

C in THE WAVERLY, be.till wit: du)my of ollloiul....') HtKiiutuni'A I D 19 mid J. ,seal I lulu moth sizo for $1.00. Never nccept I'. ..t .E. I.. .It... .It.ArC'hl.'IfO. ... .. .... 1 C l"i tun OoroxQ.nolng February O\\ 1903., \ 'K'W:.t'Tat.*s.!,.'l 5it?

I 1"11, J AM'ul II. JOHUIN substitute. Insist on having; tile >..lhl IriilnB I I roth n ,ksnnvlllo. ti. Mncnn, LvMlitniiMnn.'iSedFrI.: ...?S&.:.\.,.!... 00 p LyiCeyVeetTueC.tfiat.:
uav flOWERY AVE., DKLAND FLA. Clerk Circuit Com, Vulnalii .:<>., h'J.... original iiu:-.1e by the Chattanooga 'rrui I"-. tinni" I'uliitkii ronui.<*t tit ViildOHtaw Ar NaseauTmies.Thans.hat..e. : '...:.. 6 HO a ._ _.Tuea. Rat..'.. f' I
/ a 03
.f .. II..h I, I 1.1, ,tksiuiillc.Uill Lv Nat .1I'I1I..lhu'r./Ial.o., : I' I ,
llh I 1"lIlnlllt"I" "
.: Now for the season lu .'.a. Table supplied Medicine Company. Ar Ut) r-" : l .
J open uttoidaTerms ,! ?ln'p< icm I lil.\li. FlM-r l I liuln ''''' hml'\.d.Frl.Suo..J'.6 1 }Jj _
ag with She bvsltlio market Notice of Attachment. I believe Thedford's Bldtk-Draught Mncnn., n mill .Inlf In ilt>.pi>t until 7 :"Mn) III. Oommenolna; March SO, 10O3; ttbovehoursbaite4J I

l. reasonttble.. In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit best earth. It Is 1'11110111111I"IIa'1, \ t SlifpInK CIIIH a mum JHI'kBiiiivlHi' Lv Mluml )[QI1., W-ruUFrU..........-.V.V,: I be P \ .t. Jme,eicepi that(*.
ex Slalocf Florida. Is the medicine on In 1'1. LiiiilH viII iilinrn roulii, wlihmit I t .Ar Na" HnnTii.*i DRAKE
:bu MRS. M. 1.. Proprietress. County of Volualu good for any and everything. I have clnuiirci of "' i rim. nn I IHxIu, Kl)"tlr t ni in. auto, Lv N sseaui 'TIII-II 'Jhur., S..t..8 0 p af. ..Kawau. tljne.:! \y' i a
ra James E. AkxunileVM. ) a family of twelve children and for I'lilliniinx, llin'Bl nli"I'M ra' nn HIIIIIC tiHln t,) Ar Miami. Wed., Frl.. Sun.,' ;. a -Il ...
I t.lil0.! < hfl' '' wiilionl I I cliunvw'
tr DAVIS HOUSE J. A. 8eiulett.I'HEilefendunt, four years I have kept them' on) foot For ."h"llIles," .iiml, a .11.... I Inl'nniiiition, S ;For. -; of 'LpeaJ im.. Card' addresa: oOfHO 4.
c Co J. A. ScarU-tt .la hereby- and healthy with no doctor but Black. dna I'1 II\ M-KKKTY:: 1111-1' .( '. copy. a.tif" '
I tilled thai. suit by itttachim-nt hud 'bean Draught. A. J. GREEN Illewara. U. D'..ll,'let : !"l! \V liny, St.. flu.r J. D. RAHNER. Or .lin.kHi.iu
Uu"sw -
MB8. S. $. DAVIH, FROPRIETREBB, InattiiittdttKiilngt hIm on Iliv lollowinif .
vlz.1 ii. iinonn",
t. PI\ ill oYYimaw. 1.-& of Sea 32, TIt) 8. K 80 B. ""';'. .. cm i' ..". ADI .. 11I"0", Us
'! No lEt UOlllo&rd.j.J contnlnlnir icily ncn-x ,4O .mill' th.- " '-"';
rate nw 1-1 ol <;"e5. Tp 17 tI, It DO 1'':. con-
Wia $1.110 put.duj: ; $ .5O per wvfk: 8pucinl Iliu ,
:J ti,1'ni'g' twenty iicrra, all t I luuUi lii ea,00ty IFlorida.
to families or lor season. ,
tOWt .
f) tl NIwiImllc85. you tb1I nppenr III the Hclioii RIDER AGENTS WANTED Class Service 'and Quick e(1,
(_ are 1\\ -r. -I\irsl\: .5Birrningham
," .. on thlt, Il.t i. Monday. In Mm", A. 1>. IUU.I.: jinlxunnt .

4' ,; ." turu ( TURNER: HOUSE, 1 u dflnnlt, me in.i hit: .will,d is,nil bo tiikc-nHKuliiKl I';ii., ie.iti: or'mild jou.Wil Coin. I Ithinttni one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample.1902 model j ,. NasfiviUe t.;,: "' EvrLouisville

(: Oily of tcbi'uui. A.n. 11.0. bicycle of our manuf actut'e. YOU CAM MAKE tio TO "tSmcinjiatiand _
'' -OP"1If ALL THE VFAIt: 11'0'.1"L' .M. JOBUAN, .
!.,, IKEZJr besides having a wheelto rldeforyou1'8elt.
> l I..,ik I'lirull I Court %'ei naiptviiiirt, *lu. I t'S.West and
... I Corner New York nnd Plot'Ida Avenues, Pope .&: Puptnnd U. M Ik inn tl, I All poi i

WI DeLand. Florida.. Attuiime3s tur C'oiuiilniuunl.NIMKK 1902 Models Guaranteed. $9 io $15 S Nubile] New 'Orleans, and All Points !" / ttrThrougb (

J Loo.ttlon\ pleaaant. healthy und bouicllke.Katua. 1900 and 1901 Models BEST $7 10 $11 f| 1 : : lickets via the' 'L. & N. or* .. / l '
aP tl.BO per dll). Bpeolnl. rate bv tbewrek. I OK A 'PLIO.\' ION 4 HK TAN MAKES .
B. U. McLKOU Prop. iiunn: U I'Jo.U. sEcitnN' : 8 i 5OO Second Hand Wheels Ticket Agents In Florida. '.! VJA I S

... '.1'1il rilAPItU I 48S8, iAN OK *'U I(' taken In rada by our Chlcaifo retail stores, all$3i$8 For Sche
t r HOUSE IDA.MOriPE I I makes and models.. good as -U'vSTou .:vUlbr&yr' "'08 W..>
: BENNETT We ship any bicycle OH APPROVAL to any- .
U hereby Rlvn% thai It. n. Lultu>n', advance and allowS __
without cent deposit in S. "SS .
a --
[N 'I'nx.. I'urllllcniiNo., I J7 one -
r- MBS. V. :11. BENNETT, PROP. dated'ili.3.idmey or Jul,.. A.i IHOU ban. Uli.uaiililcvillllc'iite You take
In m) timi-HtMii' bias. iim,le upullratlon t ( 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL
..r t } Now YOlk arenue, DvLand FbI tile. for lux 11t'1.II" issue I" III.o.llInc.l I abso1utel

.5 W t hltesltO$2. perdeyl$5tOiPCrWeCk) wIth law. fulil o-rtlllouto embraces Ihe ful-. : no risk In ordering from us, aa you do not need : ATLANtICCOASTp
III Vein
: dorcilbfd plopt-lly suit '
lowing not
cent it the bicycle you. .
0S .,* Special. rates for fauilllca or for season Bin county. KI<> ,,\ .tn.wit: to pay a for cnf .
I: '''- See 30, Tp. I*. B r3 e 40 acres .you: have written .
8..J4 of in M |
4 (, 0 Tlio i Milil Is.iI I lii-uiir HH.I' M.'I| at I lip ilai U ol 1 DO NOT BUYACTOPRI &: FREE TRIAL OFFER. __
0 i; HAVEN the iHSiinncv of BUI'Ii tlrtentelii the IIHIIIH or Tires, equipment,sundries and sporting () of all I IdruH at, .ELLircELc1 Fo4a J
H. C. 4 11,1 IT Jj....,right U theta ,smell. cerilnonti half regular prices. In our bill free sundry catalogue.> Con : S. '_
C shall, bu rcili'emud according. : (u> law. tax d".dwill taln" a work at useful Information. Write for It. _
I 5- thereon Ibo at.lJb dny of March, each town to trtbutecatalOlrlllM for nit, In '
.,.. Contractor IHHIIU WE WANTa nllablo P.OD Sn
I .Artesian Well All 1'11:1.: Write today for free e ad our spedM olYar. The '
.' Wltnesxinvnfllulnl\ ul nBtnro' and seal. ,''1. exchange for a IC cm. 'I, ;Jfireat t: ThroigIirCar LineS

.. Dealer In Aermotors Tanks the 271 h day of .'ubru,",y. A. II. 1UU1.SKAD J. L. MEAD CYCLE_ t!. Chicago, 111.
and Pumping Macbluely.'k [ ) 8A M'L I>. JiiKDAN. .

Windmills, etc. Clerk Circuit Court ol Yoluala Couuly.Fla., .. ''' ". S '
Repairing DeLand.Pumps,Florida.. -- 5 -_.-_,; ---. S S S ---,- '- -"f'T"'i'f" <''' '- ." 5" I QO : Jql: Works. 1

OF FI.OIUOA. 'T OTH EAST:.. .ton,'Ricbm nd .u :w*-
TEn 48"8. LAWS -
Furnished Rooms IS IIEREI1Y OIVP.N that Menu' WINCHESTERFACTORY ( : : S Pennsylvania Railroad.! '
NOTICE.,, pnichnavr or Tax C"rl'O."U" VIA ALL-RAIL. ,, beTO !J. 5S
No.ffl ,clnti d the* clay or July A.}). lOaM) bat S III .T. .; J.d. illoi ..nd )t bvlU.'Via, Mod's
luau laid eertllleam-ln. my offliu.and has inaileppll3Hllnn ,. -' S

& To Let : 'Said for ceri Tax inonte Deed emb:Io I lasuu aces tb accordingtoliw. fmiuimW-' 5 LOADED SHOTGU.N' :;'SHEpLS. -: ", ? THE. flf EST' :!' .Tbe I l\1 il.. ..nd t\blo ."l1rOlL'" ti... ':''DIg ::. '

InC learnbed property situated Ij VoluilJ! ?' .. .. ,... '_n.... V>; .' an... ,,
. 25ces Florida towlt i New : ":8i. i.tlp t IIIIU for. '
} iLotKroronaAildltlontoDeLanil.: :; Via'8avaoniuh.'an. : >
\ Q.ftlel1 -_ land. beliia- asaiiccl .at thu date 01 nr W 1rL 'L I"'
.-.- tholmunnce, of uob cenititcaiflill Unless said tbo certm-name for reliable-jshotgun in- .. Vii! .NorfoUfStwuer for New' Y ; _
( of Charlotte Gibson. | are looking : .EAST .oJ S
5 _. ; :}r,ts. E.? JNT exi\qde oats. slmll. bo red. emfd according to ipw,Tax you rpjHE: 'BaHimoI""' _. S ... .,., II4Sm
Deed wlllbMiie. tbercon on tbe 21st day 01 S OF L munition, the. kind. !that shootbereryu.point iTEAMSHIr'. Via and Marchants $ad'!( Mloi' S r

{ts..A. M.\ DqBoist3irGodfrey AJim.Dmy8olflfllal: and se thIs I buy'-Winchester' Factory or Baltimore and PtdladjV NY

... the 2Ot.rE'llor M..rch8AM.Il'J. 10RT'lAN. your gun, i < 'j

'*J4 ( L House Clerk(ClreultCourt Volusla. County Florida. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New. Rival.- loaded with.! To 'KeY"yvest Via.PeninsUlap1a: ;?' ) i

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5 J \ ; Black powder; "Leader":: .and lBepeatsr, loadedwith TViTi...
: ( f' ...... :NOTICE OF ,APPLICATION FOR TAX : HAYANA.9 i" : 5,
,. DEED UNDKB SECTION: 8 OFCHAPTER Smokeless. Insist upon having :Winchester ,
S 4888 LAWS OF FLOiU1DA. ; ;

,, ': ,r.. ,. '" .. Factory -VMinD.' Mr. 1s, _-> and accept \\no others. ;M11eage: flU" _

: that T.. F. 5
It hereby glreo 11ing '
: I: NOTICE .., purchaser of Tax CurtlttoauiMo. 5 who spent Mr*. R. D T' .1 Interchangeable MHeag-e Tickets r '
of Jun, A.U.. UHW, I M"r"WltUams:" .
5. 1688! dated the Dto day Ford ,
; s, haai tiled sid oofllttent in tar office. and hamS ali'. reei- lOll, Mr. _T principal railroads tlje. Southern. iSta
.' mailapplication, for tax deed to Issue In aceordMnce S. Monroe and others attended allenh'. :. <
with ,lw !laId: oMlfloat embraces trip to In Daytona thia Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tamp
S alluutedlnVolusln .: automobile races
I, too following Uunorlboil I1, property to.wit: -- _- S j1nroute 11II Line: also yla Atlantic Coast Line and SO UI

Lot 4 mid COMiuado. elt' rm Fur! reservations and.laformatloa a| fl ,
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TIM said land. IOnW a1 HI wit O. A. Dreka vlalted friends In ) or wrlte.I.! I .\\.1.:: "
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[ i ft I thy Mti thereon on ./ LaxativeBromo. 11a11Streuralor.8: oc : "
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( U O you out a check for twIce the amount,

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i O. O. ilt'I FOR
: "Then you shall have the ready cash

If you took the position of secretary 1 I
'r 6ubuerlptton\ Ra'ER
1 E7.4 ;r ,One Tear.................. should expect you to report within a year Money in N1

; 1.. Ptlammrhe' ......... ...... week. Can you do so?" 1
1 'I q f! > + Whom i>Hli.advauou -1n adyance, W'C.nRMek.: "" "I'm right here this minute. Cough 4 i ,l
,wf tit .add 50 per cunt. me To up that two and a half" ? Dowtr Bank
SoUnd in the pottoffice at I* *o *&*&JS4SM "If the position and salary of secretary +w, 9A the $
; w *w
,,.v. ncond clan matter are not to your liking then 1 I

i ahn! Advertl.ln. rates furni be.J.rl<" A tln-l would suggest" began the major but THE SIGN OF

y SOT had been be never finished the sentence. The

l' sf* chuck Address or money all Communlcnti orders pay*: caller,for belt collector grabbed him and backed him GOOD T A ILORIh Or OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

,, ,, THE: WOf the profit oft up against the wall and "chugged"

and him three or four times and said:
s tailed oxen has 140,000 Depositors.
1834 Now
'l.1 Here is the great Oak- Chattered
\ tee all over.the "Now, by the beard of Joshua's goat

,FRIDAY, MARC.... the door o' M you produce that money, or I won't Easel) now on display at
l' .J another ready leave a whole bone In your body! Out our store It contains the neatly$100.0'OO.OOO.OP

ti Horses are now use Dian with \ bill, with It!I" line of beautiful new spring

"'\' : time in St. Augustine'sv- "I owe you two and a half" said tbe
tailoring samples sent us by
Intend to major na his right hand went down to
'h\ .tent.
______________ tor as he his pocket. STRAUSS BROS ChIcago ,
EK-! ills "You do!" ( One Hundred Millions )
a The Times-Union is authd'ftiset: Good for 26 Y.. i
"And-and here It Is. That Is tosay" Titllord r The bankis' managed by 43
and held for the benefit of depositors.
All the earnings belong to are
the statement that a Parker bOQ'd the The Oak-Easel is the to depositor
$ Well That was to say that he pulled out Trustees,who give their services gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone except
eminent in Florida.
Q ear connecting link between the
only a dollar, but the collector

I l ,- "chugged" him again and a dollar anda tailor and the (faultlessly fin jQT Deposits Received and Drafts Paid by Mail."

haps.W. devicount has half was added. The bill was receIpted ished garments w hich give
the papers would and left on' the desk, and as the
you so much pleasure to Printed instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be to .t
went out be said:
space to booming the state Ie that I man
A "That's all and I hope you'll wear. It's really a lessonin The Bank f1I..
md Jdn'tmore today on application to Bowery Savings ,
+ a to. the Forbes-Stetson case, clothes tosee any person
enjoy the novel sensation. good buying .

t l good would result.-out It's a But the major didn't. He sat down this great collectionof 128 and 130 Bowery, New York.

z Times,Herald. lector. "I and got up, and he walked to and fro tailoring novelties.

'w r- _____________. es hunting and stood still, but he seemed to be In WILLIAM H. S. WOOD. pmi<" } lOW what the midst of wheels going round. "I Prices low..nd .n.tlsfaa-\ JOHN J. SINCLAIR, Itl Vtce-Prakltnt. ROBERT B. WOODWARD, fd Vice-Jbeatdea6
,, i t The Panama canal tre tlon suer..nteed. '
i' : Under. owed two and a half, be mused. "It TRUSTEES. -
.. Cn.ll .
ft been ratified by the senateyou can't was an old debt for an old hat. I have oon. JOHN W. AITKEM. JOEL B. EKHARDT. MARK: W. MACLAT.OEOROK JOHN J. SINCL nL "'
little been ass enough to pay It, and tbe man EDWARD D. FAVLKNIR. McNKIR. WILLIAM M. SPACEMAN. .
.. canal will be coYour HUGH D. AUCHiNCLOBS.OKORUB
How ----- ----- ---- -- F. Bint
has departed with the money. GRIFFIN.CoRCKLLua WILLIAM A. NAKH. DAVID 8. TABER. '
Lake B. HIUELOW. CHARLES R.III1NI>EII8 Blue to Winnemisseut, calmly What's wrong with Inert: CHARLES ISAAC 8. PLATT. WILSON.
_. .. '_._. he walked And two other creditors at the door. ,How the UUtlnctlon Between the JOHN WILLIAM W. COCHRANK.CHARLR3 V. D. HICKS. GtOROK H. ROBINSON WILLIAM H. S. Woo
t '" T. ball overlook who had found it locked, beard the' '1'.0 Are Denned.A T. COOK. RICHARD M. Hoc. HENRY A. ROGERS. Rouse EUGENE B UNDERBILL.WOODWARD.
Pensacol.] pilots correspondent writes, says the JAMBS W. CROMWELL. GEORGE JEREMIAH. CHARLES SCRIBNEH.
are.emalks, Illy major pacing to and fro and talking to H. BLANCHARD DOMINICK. THOMAS B. KaNT
i 'after and and wondered whether It Badminton Magazine, to ask me whata WALTER COGGESHALL. Secretary.Painting .
peace, a long br $1 as test himself they HENRY A.SCHENCK, Comftmllrr.
would be a case of suicide or oi.e for a "pony" Is-not the pony of the betting
iJi + war a1D >>g. themselves. be refers to the animal. The
ot this one. lunatic asylum.; M. QUAD.No ring;
; r ',' like other people I ; theymaotigh", dictionaries which lip baa consulted: tell ,

I'- only when some third parUL Will you Monker Hunch Tbere. hIm no more than that "a pouy" Is "/I _u ___,__ _____. -_ I '

interfere "During the last campaign" said little horse" and be wants to knowwhere LATEST HEATING DL.VICE1.

to tween U!:ck wou]I.un. 't bfirltten Senator Ueitfeld "I spoke all over Ida the pony ends and the horse

iA with. Two ho. One day; up In the northern part begins. The term III, of course, very Toledo Man Sn). lie Cnn Warm a

1 ., The state Jlailr'oe of the state, a wheel came off the buggy loosely used. At Newmarket' where Room For ft a Year.

ii1l trust you in which | was riding. I walked one might expect accurate definitions, A revolution of the fuel question Is
lu to the n"d.1
> report g ae full and ample along tbe road'a piece until I came toa tbe trainers seem to cull all sorts of the result which Colonel \YHHim; Ilcck- t

fit, g''a to have saved $90,0orda. Mennwuiie rancher's house. The only person I animals ponies. "I will send round = =FROG@eS3 rsi'e ir ert, the well known scientist ot'roledo.

4, 'per' the past yearou know anything could find was a big, shock headed your pony at 8 o'clock" Is a familiar claims his latest Invention, the triiiuo-

phrase to uie, and In two cases it baa by using compressed air to Any one who Imagines that this old hell tel', will accomplish. If the invention -
that the Swede.1y
t, question- D blown up or whengood : friend,' I said, 'can you tell me always portended the arrival of an anii put on the puint instead of a brush Is enrth of ours Is flying around through docs all that is! claimed for It, it

investment for rbu-'What's ex- where I can find a monkey wrench?' mal of quite 14.2. I have searched for ftfr.ce In exactly the mime way every I will certnl't'' l startle the scientific

the state.: is old debt?" "He looked at me blankly for a mInute authorities for some time past and Bow an old story;" but by some recent year Is very much mistaken, says the world 1, says the Toledo Blade.

y-t j .ctly, perhaps. and then auld: only accidentally came upon one the Improvements In methods an invention Philadelphia Press. As a mutter of Colonel Ileckert says his Inventionwill 4

a ttr"f .Ie Cl'ofoot war 'No; this bar ben a sheep ranch an' other day. A pony I find it stated, in, has recently been made of machine tact we are constantly collecting con heat houses in cold weather and t

r The ministerial assoo'se Its existence over thar ben A cattle ranch. I don't strIctly applicable to an animal under for house painting by which: one man, tributions from other planets so fust cool them in warm wen thO'. It can also
I !
t 1 take up. the matter of tie public and know where thar's a monkey ranch! 13 bands. Above 13 and up to 13.3 the according to the cloUus of the inventor, that Professor Nordenskjold says; that be used for refrigerating purposes: niid r ,

f through the mails; th>*** It Is an ex- -New York World. creature should be known as a galloway I can cover from 20,000 to 23,000: square we gain COO tons In weight every ;year a storage battery; to produce electric J ,

t' and over 13.3 It becomes a horse feet of surface per day according to just from the collection of meteorites. lights. Crude oil is the only fuel used

f book" (unsigned, ui"i How It May Be Done This however Is not the modern Ir.lerpretutlou the efficiency of the operator, and the Professor Newton says that our atmosphere and It is claimed that a room of average ". 'r

e' : false, ..misguiding'ml' I "Do you think that It Is really possible "- though when tht phraseology : work will be equal to hand painting lu scoops up something like size call be heated for only $1a

_ 'they would do this, an lI to support a family on $10 a week? was altered I do not: \know. Accordingto I. I point of appearance and a good deal 7.CUO.OOO meteorites of greater or year. The plans for the .levlcc have

said the woman with a worried look In the lIur'ululm!' :;; rules of polo, "the more durable. less size every day of Its mud career. been examined mid approved ly such t '
the who thur;
persona are her eye. belr'-t' oT ponies sbnll not exceed .11 Conservative scientists have estimatedthat eminent authorities as Captain Slgsbcc

1' tr injure the school and Ih.Deland Certainly T'rleud. answered the business hands 2 Inches," and such an animal, with An the average brush day's U; 1,000 work square of the feet man, or our' yearly Increase in weight is and Admiral Melville of the navy.: ;

"' like "The experiment maj'ue old time authority, invention will also
this action of according to my just about one-twentieth of the surfacecovered 3U.SOO tons -i v.i The new generate
-'-' made quite remunerative lfC3e, only would be quite a full sized horse. One !Most of these meteorites which are power and do away; with nil present
tide the by a machine In a corresponding -
would] have '
"1 Las the knack of writing Magazine articles cannot of course, go against the Hur- The labor cost of caught up by the earth are extremely theories of locomotion. Its scientific

'.' ',,y ..e9e i7' honest man in I;: about."" 1t,'-YruBblngton:\ Star. llnghuui nomenclature, but 1 shouldbe brush is from average 12 to 15 cents per small, usually between the size of a principle is to utilize nine-tenths of the

,I IIt IT ft -- It Her. Inclined to nay that In general par 100 square feet; with this machine not pea and u cricket bull. These are heat while present motors use about
e Annoyed lance anything under 14 hands la a burned up by the pace at which tbeyi'u'el one-tenth. The motor Is so constructedthat
over 1 cent for covering the same surface -
"Yes the widow Is
It disintegration' perplexed pony. I am glad my correspondent did says a writer in Mines and Min \ through the atmosphere and fall in generating power for the OIel'll'tlun
"How Is that?
n't4' ; Bean party," always! a not ask for an exact definition of a erals. Imperceptibly upon the earth In very of any plant the steam can be sent
"She doesn't know whether It
"cob" for I could do no better than due dust. This dust has been found through the building as heat, while attached
democratic writers The of is
.for the
I Ie that her husband was a good man or principle operation compressing -
suggest that a thickset pony from on the top of the Alps, where It bus to the motor is a dynamo which t
of air and Into
la she Is vixen.." liquid a rePAINTING -
again taking pis about 13.3 to 14.3 would come under been separated out from the snow: at generates the electricity for lighting the

', Chances for' the succetional'democratic t "I don't understand. the head. Tbe term "cobby," at any the bottom of tbe Pacific nearly five building. Applied to.street cars It will [
"When be tbe said that
'' died papers rate, baa a significance of Its own. tulles from the surface, and even on Jo nwuy with power houses and trolley
he bad home. -
to happier
par a
x ,. gone the top of tall buildings such us St. wh't's.s applied vessels: It will not

It- brightef'"tha-o' at, J>i Brooklyn Eagle. The Colamolae. Paul's cathedriil. only; propel but light and heat the ship

p wavering tactionacao' Ion Bar There are some good reasons adducedby Now' and! then a much bigger meteor us well. The Pennsylvania road has .

r Is those who favor the claims of the comes nloup. There Is seen on the been examining the motor and Is anxious ::- "'
.f Ascuui-And profession your
son to follow? columbine aa a national flower. Thecolors Staked::! plains a pit of two acres In ex to see It given a practical test.

; p ., Pater-I don't know yet, but that's of the wild varieties are red tent, at the bottom of which Is an enol"wous J 1'

'. they will probably be abUwoN'TMAva: about all he'll do, I guess. white and blue. Tbe flower Is purely rock. It Is supposed that this ts Acetylene Rendered Harmless

rs. fie: 'him'The: question is: c"0**' I Ascum-What? How do you mean? American quite widespread Lardy a meteoric ,stone. Lieutenant Peary By a recent invention it is believed _

.' ,mention and I Pater-He'll follow some profession.He graceful, beautiful. The petals are I found a meteoric stone near Dlscoln in that acetylene; can be used for public

1 ,., unite on a candidate, and .cermuent m. never deems able to catch up toanythlng. perfect "liberty cups;" reversed they Greenland, weighing fifteen tons. In and private illumination without anydanger "

fl. form? "W6 shall see: _.'111 say the .-Philadelphia '\>ress.I are "horns of plenty." Columbinecomes the British museum may be seen more of explosion, even If the gas Is 1" g.

's Beet from the Latin columba, a dove; tban 300 of these strange presents from subjected to the test of an electric I

t _. B NEWS believes thdE',01 Jj, nun'' 11t"-1! I Racy For Him. the peaceful derivation of the word space of which some 200 were actually spars To obtain this result the storage .
over the "I don't see," she said "how you can accords well with our national policy; seen to full. cylinder; Is packed with asbestus or ,01

'hx, ... ,";''!.'paper controversy' for pursue a train of thought here In all the name also recalls Columbus, the The Canal of Mar. brick" disks. the latter of. 80 per cent ,1

,r... .-true'. tee';?judaie. J is, costing .iyour tbla noise." great navigator and discoverer. The Doubters still Insist that the so called porosity and filled with acetone. The t

i Jars, to every: property owner in Lour I I "Oh, I uua an old commuter," be replied flower also lends Itself well to a conventional canals of Mars ure au optical illusion. acetylene Is then pumped Into the cylinder I '

and "and pursuing trains has become architectural decoration ,::, A Inte expeilmenter, Mr. R. W. Lane or tank under a pressure of ten .
__ ,. the result of which will I the
''" second nature to me."-Chicago Rec I made drawing( of the chief markings atmospheres. It Is found that the ace
..IIt: '"aeen ;melt winter: But we! do..,ding.isy'r ord-Herald. Eaau and Ilia Caprrlirht. : MACHINE IN USB.ceptncle on the planet omitting the canals and tone dissolves: or absorbs the acetyleneto ; j"

propose'tosit'withourhands f-' jowly! Once a month it was the custom of a while the compressed air discharges when these drawings were copied by the extent of a hundredfold the
'".., Qd oyr'pen.. silent while salinewhenYper. I Her Cruel Mother.EllaMother clergyman In a neighboring town to the liquid through the hose two ladles and two boys from n die: mathematical capacity of the cylh der. "
'l< doesn't want me to mar catechise tbe Sunday scbocl. Among
,\.,W b& and! special nozzle lu the form of a flue tauct of ten feet or so all copies showed
and"attorneys' atM' ah the ry. the questions asked was, "Who was canals In lie positions given by
A'f. ,'f":; .zing misty spray. By means of the air Rare of Plant
""" Stella-Does she so? Esau?" Several responded, but none of -
gikaamade say
'dn..e.: from DeLand. thc'later It pump a pressure of forty pounds may Schlaparelll. Through the liberality of George W. .
; I Ella-No, but she tells everybody that the answers was satisfactory, and, as
obtained In Perkins of New York nn expedition was
the institatlola a terrific ex. be In the receptacle two or
at she looked Just as I do DOW. the about to tell them, one
i my age pastor was Very Slranw
York botanical
sent the New
by garden
Ili and three minutes, which can be Increasedto
held?up Detand"the groans -Town Topics. little fellow said "I think I can tell you Tourist I I couldn't
p.tered men"of. ir>0 pounds by the continued pumpIng must move. geta to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.' ..
yeariCOut bf,2,000, regitoo what he did." wink of sleep all night ou account of The has secured
\to ; men slow. In of the liquid. After this pressure expedition 12,000 specimens
'.'tauteofDeLand'our'cothaot; the Atniatter a.n.Uly. "'''ell," said"the pastor "tell me bas been obtained the machine a baby ID the next room that cried all of over 2,000 species of plants.A i
: Esau did.
h agaIn. Not will emit spray automatically for at night. third of the specimens are marine
"!'.:; ia' unqualifiedly!assn 1ir "Esau was tbe fellow wbo sold hIs 'alter-I don't understand that. Tbe
f Ph. fly frIend, least ten minutes without further oper plants.
'" atUeaat J '1,700 of them; 'aids me forthst''the ir cNF copyright for a mess of potash. -Phil- ation.. The liquid will permeate every parents slept In the name room, and .,

:' adelphia Ledger.A crevice and joint. they never beard !it.-Norillske Blade.
fight should atop4interest ; Fri 5y Overheard In a Clan !Store

: -of all who love the 'Into' Itc of I r Hint For the Future. Yarn From Wood Palp. Thoroughly Reliable. Desperate Looking Party-I want to ,
A has been
new Industry recently
lag ol-I "It Is n source of grout happiness to "So you have a system by which you |.uy a revolver.
,but -will not :stop it so '? started In offers
;, we. \ Germany which considerable
me, my dear, remarked Mr. Baxter to'his can't lose at roulette?" Denier-Yea, sir. Here's tbe three
'the ambushed: enemy fires or;*"* life's companion, "that no one can prospects and possibilities- "I have" answered the thrifty ;young latest styles. This plain, substantial ]

outer pickets. Put this- insajarynIst J ever with truthfulness point to you as 1. e., the wood pulp of cellulose tissues nobleman. "I get other people to subscribe arm Is much used for self defense; this 'j
made by the Putentsplnnerel ActlengesHllscbaft '
i a woman with a past. the money and. charge them a silver mounted one with pearl handle

pipe aDd'amoke- it.. ,.-Ve ..' trusty "Yes James," replied Mrs. Baxter, "It at Altdamm near Stettin. commission for playing It at Monte Is used for shooting sweethearts and .:-

rl should make you happy, aud as tomorrow The spinning of wood pulp or cellulose Carlo."-Washington Times. this cheap, common affair Is usually f fused .
I I TTsal4"be colPoliuca Is the Invention of Gustav .
: patented to shoot wives. It's
fever he Is my birthday it will make me I very popular
; creel
ed"l. have.aonville. Turk of the cellulose worksat
manager Just now.-Baltimore American. '
happy to have everybody point to me asa Tb. Inquisitive Foreigner."Yes.
r: J.E.TBowdehdve'it: or YValsun on the Rhine, and Dr. Carl I I
woman with s present.-New York said Mrs. Flusherlelgh, smll-
L Keener: of Vienna. If It Is taken Into Honey From the Spelling Be- '
labor. .vote behind him, af"n1,tijd0m1eliolan Herald. log sweetly upon the baron "my daughter
f it'f. seat consideration that the process Itself Is once took a prize at n baby show." Churchman-We had a spelling bee

Jj"' who is backed by ill'- "AmBar For Meta"r considerably cheaper than the usual "All! the nobleman answered. "How at the church last week. The pastor

Kv cY. VIf, 'union and Metropoli'' and.r''-io.II.... '. S. method of making yarn; that even the lofelyl! Vas It for vot you call fatness gave out the words. Did you hear
DOt .,err -rATAa shortest animal or vegetable fibers can about It? '
the der ? Rec-
lungs -Chicago
or strongest
then Reglove gentry, are 1 1D /
? Po.1 tonndt ri :;tI thereby be easily spun Into yarn, and ord-Herald., Ascum-No. Was It Interesting?

t t'w'. tnndidater for mayor. BOIi17 laundry f that the price of the best quality of Chul''hmanather.. The first three

.'y;daies are Irghtinfr for ".'honion'e :one .Visitor-Ipose when the elephant Into Is I a 1. wood pulp Is only about one-third of Comparing Ifotca.' words be gave out were "Increase,"
'"" ... eioh 1.IVmhle stand inad'tu%!spegtilfilr'thing disobedient" you stick that that of ordinary Cotton, the advantagesand Neighbor-it costs a great deal to pastor.." "salnry.-Phlladelphia Press-
& him?,
corycu.i possibilities of this process are evi raise a boy these d iys.
\!} Oh We Just put op the
about the, : afr'lli Keeper' no. dent. Mr. Tucker (father of Tommy-My) How to Tell a Good ..0.......

p 1.' '\1\41 eriJlglorthe.; ""w.. '" ofitelient alga, ;Don't'.*feed the elephant pea- I 1to experience Is that It doesn't cost as The live lobster always curls up the
,, nut&-Chicago:News. Ho a" Idrea'. F.o. ....
,"I> \ Ji--", C :' much to raise a boy as It does to suppress minute It strikes boiling< water and It
publio meetIDR't'oia14t..liteanijouuced .' ----' ben children'sm.o3p7ving
q ._. ,
: him.-Chicago Tribune.CanM maintains that contracted form
:. : hiinself'as in">',ptuiyeflty r rtber attempts r'" a"Rrtlon 'being boiled. If a lobster I lsanilgtand '

":' alloir4Ag the saloons: to rem(kf:;:: lit ',)3lfidget,)Cf )m i'.W+*{calling.afwaattat' ,downstairs crash)-You Ob, sOce bW'daughter to Q'4'"l' (' \7 .* reK -. For Coaaratalatlon. 'sac- soft after bulling. 'It > not la a

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& o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 I lImeral a" at the auditorium Fri I I I there joined her sister, Mrs. Milton Mr. Sil..;jjI*B. Wright went to Sea ,+

g Society, Personal, g j day evening last, by students and far.ulty Bryan, who was visiting friends there. breeze this wed! to witness the auto- r''"

: t ; LLN l Church of the University, (given for the I Mrs. Dreka left yesterday for Ft. mobile races: and also attended the l
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'benefit of the Athletic Association.All I Lauderdale( to visit her parents. Mrs. meeting of the Coturnancu-ry in Day: W

.., by the '" 00000000000000000000000000V. took their part well and the play ,' Bryan and son Stuart left on the afternoon tona ThurHday nlalht. ."

i' :it f, .kmen, of the best material. \ J. McTimmons of Jacksonville, was most highly appreciated by the train for their home In Shawnee,
large and enthusiastic audience. Miss Okla. number of attend-ed. :
formally lived at DeLeon Springs: Quite a people ?

j.-r-:) fit Best Wear Is the Result will be a candidate for treasurer of Maisie Emery presided at the piano, Mr. Saunders of Merritt's Island is a picnic at Blue Lake yesterday af j

___ Jacksonville at the next city election. rendering numerous selections during 'In DeLand today visiting his daughter ternoon. The stores were closed af

.'eXVIl 1 the evening. The scenery was ternoon and evening, to allow all to
who ia
Mrs. a at Stetson Uni- "
Coe and
We have a new line of Men'sandLadtea' her dau bter- the best ever shown at a DeLand en- attend. fu
: in-law, Mrs. F E. Cue, who spent versity.
tertainment. Efforts
i tits are being made
".J'f..J f..OOOO about six weeks at the Putnam, left I! Mr. W. A. and '
to have them repeat the entertain Mrs. E. H. Hudson returned to De- Hammerly family
this week for a short trip down the ment. Land last evening, after spending leave in a couple of weeks for Hot l ivl,

j I J/- East Coast before returning to their II several weeks with friends in St. Augustine. Springs, Ark., where Mrs. and Miss A q,r
home in Mr. C. O. Boydstun leaves Monday
F.McElroy- Torrington, Conn. : on Hammerly will spend the Hummer. 1 %
for Jacksonville where
: he has '
Our winter visitors are departingIn Mr. Hammerly will go to Texas, ,,
several lightning rod contracts. Mr. Tax Assessor S. B. Wilson was in
I prospecting.
dozens and hundreds. The hotels tit
L-*"" s Agent for Ralston Health] Shoes. will soon be deserted, the winter cot- Boydstun and parents, Mr. and Mrs. New Smyrna, paying: taxes for the

7 Smith, will join him at JacksonvilleIn several firms he represents, yester-i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Allen visited b
x tages closed, and
our own people will
a week or ten days and they will day. I friends on tbe coast this week.
/ UuWWGl1WWWWLSWWfn1WWGSGIIWWWWWWWWt10- \ be "alone in their glory.: I all return together to their home in kYj
-- Dr. and Mrs. Forbes Galesburg, Ill.
spent Sunday I 7
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@NQLOCAL with friends in Jacksonville, return- Services will be held as usual at the

lIt ( & PERSONAL: J2lli ) ing hom -Monday evening.Mr. Baptist church on Sunday at 11 a. m. THE "ORIENT"L %p

./, O. fe.,Muriel was down from and 7:30: p. m. The pastor will preach p
/ morning and evening. Anthem and
1 1Ititd pD tira0t0tllDDOt100{ mt1 Jacksonville over Sunday, on a visit
I solo at each service. B. Y. P. U.
-.. to his family. Mr(|. Muriel and the Is a high grade wheelat
;' v..anJCc n.Usau.ue a' .uI"lUAn Get '
a of The Stetson Qirls.-14 0:45 bharp. All
copy are cordially inUtedto
children will the
spend summer with
( a low grade price. r ,
addition to The Oaks, consisting Bert Fish these services.Dr. .
..1' ot about 20 rooms, will probably be : ,purchased an Inter- her parents in ..'en...eeee.'
est in tne Vulusia County) Abstract -
built during the coming summer. Company and will be in charge ot: the Mr. D. F. Cameron left on Tuesday Forbes has been I Invited to speakat WE HAVE SECUREDa

"BrU1's Stationery bargains: con- work there during Mi.V'....on'. abaence for Suwanee; Tenn., to resume his the closing/ exercises of the Ft.White +
tinue. attending to his duties as SeCretary ,High School. "
.-" of Consolidated:. Land Com studies in theology. He will graduate (" few and will be j,;:.,,-
t It Is rumored that the University
June.St. .
.. .C": authorities contemplate great improvements pany. in 'Mr.!\ George/ Bristol claims to have glad to show you ( E

: and auumona: uurlnll the I I! School supplies at Aliens' 'Phar- Barnabas' Episcopal church, discovered> something new In the way their good points li
\ corning Bummer, especially around macy. :unday, March 29.-Chlldren'8 service of dramatic talent with which he pro- f fi''

called the 'lech::upun institute tbe authorities'lilt the reporter first Call on Marsh Bros. fur anything aid Sunday school, 10 a. m. Choral poses to dazzle tbe confiding; public at

.:.d\ ot: the week, with reference: to the market service with, sermon at 11 a. m. Ser- an entertainment for the benefit of 0 : f

:'1( matter but they: refused to deny or vice every Wednesday: and Friday the public school neAt month. BIGELOW'SV
affirm the report hut you may depend $300; to loan on good security; 7 per:
during Lent at 4 p. m. Meeting of Our winter citizens
are beginningto
i" upon U that there 1010 use cent. 'Ihree years: or longer. il.I I

... .... a slang phrase, someibing doing"/ I I quire at this otllce. the Brotherhood of St Andrew, after pack up for their summer sojourns

,1.y' +de Brill's new Gamy Lisle Thread I \V. A. Breduw ot Glenwood has been service next Sunday. All members. their northern homes. .

l Hoae bur ladies are cool ana commissioned as postmaster Meoua: in good! standing are requested to -
very popular
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. +OhCFOd1PF01Qf04.ofOI0 K>t-o 04 04I-O! +O4.O+O Off '
on the East Coast, where the Buiiu & attend. Bond of Lake
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J' Bond l"-J. mill is located. Helen were in town shopping this
Mr. Stetson's architect who arrived Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Allen have just
... from Philadelphia me la.oJ: toe D. H. Uo...ersall has purchased from week.
returned from a pleasan: trip to
t week, has prepared: planslor. a SUo.uuo the 'l'ra.k estate the ilve-acie grove very I
a Palm BeachMiami and Nassau. Mr. E. O. Painter Mr. and Mrs. S.
addition to the: Conine Ariua hotel, just north ot and adjoining tlililoporove They ,
1'\/;\/ and is now going, over ibcm with local oil North Boulevard. Mr. Gomel will spend a few days with the \V. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Pre-
I ire ... coutratAoici. Tale addition win prob- : 'sail has already: sold this properl: "Allen's"father and brother and then vatt and Mr. C. O. Codin ton attended -
\,b ably be built timingvhe summer, by to a Iricnd and tie and tbe Irieuu will
leave for a weeks' visit at Port the meeting of the State Press
7Yr' twu or three contractors: ullutrbt: erect bandaome cottages, bating: w '
'. ".; "' supervision: ot the: architect.One : iheui ready bur occupancy by next Orange and Daytona and after spending Association at Seabreeze this week.
II';J, winter. Gomeraal' has nad several: the following week with Will
day last week Irvin Willatowbki line Mrs. Eugenia Fair who has been r
large palmetto trees planted onflailTop ,
-, atu'larl Allen at Pensacola will return to
Joseph: Allen: \ aiK-
Glove, in trout ol tht'plact:: teaching school the East Coast REEVE
on -
r V er, buys about J-;;: years ot ae, were wnere his new House will /KO. their home in Eau Claire, Wis. returned
: to her home in DeLanJ
vui at Liudly Lane. bathing and pros7 on _
ecliutf.> ..tWuug110: cuiiobitieslounu Private mailing cards. with local "TUB ROSE!: BIAIOEN,"-COWES. Tuesday.
was a small snake. One ot the scenes, bur sale at Fisher's! Allen's
'!. huge covtrth snake with Ins hat, and Drills.The The University choral class, under Clarence Butler, son of Rev. E. W. i

: wane auolber lounU. tin can. '!ht: DeLand and Daytona public the direction of Mr. Schofield! will Butler of Ormodd, who has been attending !

. buake" was. driven into tnt can, over school baseball: teams placed ail Interesting give Cowen's beautiful contata. "The school In DeLand, was taken

..s 1 wnn.u one of thc buys placed ins baud game at Dayloua last :Saturday : Rose Maiden," on Friday night April, sick with a swelling of the face and

k to was Keep uiongnt it flow home sfc.piug.aiiu placed the snake in a I I uioiiiing. At the endol the ninth 3. All who heard Gaul's "Holy City" returned to his home on Tuesday.'V.'U''U''U''U'OU .
.v inniug/ the score stood 0 to U. Uc-
box. It to be a luilc rattier,
pioved la tenth ,
Lan wade: two runs the inning -- -- --- -- ------ Photographic
with two "-baby", rallies auu the ctibto- shutout
and Daytona, winning
button. None ot the boB were 0.0..0.0-0--0--0+0000'.0.0oo.o.o.O.o.o.o.o.o.oo o Artist
wary -
I uy a score ol 8 to 0. The DeLanuL : -
ID' 'leu; 01 course not. it a man had Heated
>o.a aay they were: royallyby
a .Vd' tuna a caper, his, luneral wouiu the ua)tona people.: The Daytona o+O.O+O l-oK>IOJOoIO t +l<>KH>fOI0.1.0-I O+O-I<>z.o+o+o+o+oK>

.Ve been ticlU on ouiidaj. learn will come to De Laud for a return .

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Null are the game next week.: 7 I

}' happy' parents 01 a buy wtucii was. Wanted-Bids for 125 cypress. poles .. THESE THREE--
born last :ulluay.-UaYLoua: Gazette.Newr. : 1
JU Jeel long, ijIllch01', and Zo pulesid .
i feet long:, U-incb top, peeled:: : aim iNERESH /
: yob U. F. Chapman, the popular barber, delivered at DeLuiiJ.biAKic _
a contemplates tile erection ot a liouae :: '11:1-.U1: his South Boulevard this -
at lot on atarke:, !<4.
Mw KUiuuier. '['be lot is Oll1'V..lLcV.' C. .. '.' l
Walls' new cottage. The following advertisers have in- ISH BONELESS HAM
tei eating OI1..nobl.: week: r .
Ollice Clyde Line Cu.-All freight, ) I"'udger-Coulectionc-ry: RIDAY HOME MADE BREAD -
baggage: etc., bur Cl)'do Line must be ll>iand &! :Spaikuian: -Groceiivs: J.
L in otllce (cor. JJouievarU and N. ]. I i"?'. Allen & CO.-Chairs. Fisher-
.) not: laor110111 jM: a. in., the Typewriter' : :Supplies.::; 0
uav boats are scheduled lu leave.: Zi I
..., I Tbe Florida State Horticultural AT and lots of other Good Things at \i'
Mr. 'V. A. Flits, who several days
Society: will meet at Miami on May
ago(, hau his skull traclured: by toe .,.
.U-1 ami the F. U. U.! Hy. has grauleu ,
t exptusluuut' gasoliue lank i ewbmyrna
a rate of one cent a mile each way THE MARKETo.v
and wno was taKen to toe
rauruad hospital at :at.: Augustine lor I j No, dear reader, the paper 'down E. L. McBrlde, "
treatment, is tin the road to rapid re IItl' et" will nut have a "white front" Ryland & Sparkman's.THE ------it
covery.A this week.: Manager. THE: CORNER, I ,
great amount of building Is in People:: who like wet weather were _.. ..
o e o -w. RELIABLE
piospect lor tile coming summer. tUllyIII1eli! the first .f the week. - - '-v-vv-vV, -.. \. t '

Among the nice r "ujcu'tu: : be I I' August & Gold have opened a dry know of the reify 01OFOiOIC>JOoK>:-01obClIO1 odOK1F010
erected will be those ot Charles: H. good 'work done in this :Clarence likes the
goods store in tbeCleaveiaiid block.:
Wlsbman and K. P. Oagood, west of : line and will not fall to hear the much and
-------- regretted the of
town. Mr. Wiaamaii and Mr. Osgood'/ chorus In another concert. The
are Iroui Hu tun. '1 hey will botu re- Gruud Opening of Spring Term at the leaving school before his term was *
turn to JJeLaud early in the fall-will i I'mlrersity. chorus Is to be ably assisted by Mrs out. Later he expects to leave for 4

come early and stay late. I IThe Edna Smith-Morrison, soprano; Miss Massachusetts, where he has intendedto -u.
The last. term of the school at
year -
ti orange groves in the vicinity Iy I j Crawford, mezzo-soprano; Mr. Wllms- enter college for several years.
of Orange city are looking tine aim I Sietsob University opened auspicious, hurst, tenor; Mr. Brown, baratone; Miss Addle of our store is enormous. "
will bear considerable true this year.: Wednesday: morning.! A goodly Miss Zabriskle, pianist; Mrs. Gideon, Austin: who has been

i Orange: City itself is quite prosperous.Tney class. of "normals" have already registered organist./ Mrs.\ Morrison, of Jackson I teaching school at Lemon City, four We have chairs of every

nave uaii a splendid winter and and they will keep coming fur ville, comes very highly recommended I miles from Miami, returned to: hei description for the young,

nave been compelled: turn people the Dent ten days. The registration the home in DeLand on Tuesday. MUs middle aged and old at
away for lack of accommodation. being one of leading; sopranosIn I/ "
y Tney want a good-sued: hotel, and already exceeds that of last year and Florida. Her voice Is tight and Itlorl i Austin was well satisfied\ with the /

will make reasonable concessions to will yet be considerably increased. ( and she slngswltb ease and grace.It school but was glad to return home.
any person or tlrtn who wlutroctono: : : Although the Chicago contingent anda ,
is hoped that a large audience may At the Firih. M. E. Church, on next
The Consolidated Land Company is. le \.'u hen left, still the Un.- greet the horus in this
,k concert as it Sunday, tbe pastor will preach at
toe name of a new corporation which Vrrsity has not lost as many studentsas ia one of the last this. season. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. is. Morning sub- POPUL4R PRICES
1 will control all the laud in this. states : it lost last year at this time, and as'
Naval ject, "A Vivid Christian experience
1 owned by : regards numbers: one would never I At a meeting of the session of the
.y Stores. Company. S. Wilson, C. U., possible to all." Evening, "Gleaningsfrom :
of eL.and, nas accepted: position know that' any had gone. Of course Presbyterian Church, Tuesday,March the transfigurations." Sunday
of secretary:: : and will have direct: there are individual faces that will 24, J. W. Smock was elected delegateto

charge tile several 01 toe: lauds counties ot: the, with companyin tieau- be misled, but we have learned to say the Presbyterian meeting:at Clear- 6:45.School: All at are 10 a.cordially m; Epworth Invited.Leave at J.J F ALLEN & CO. I THEFURNITURE VOLUSIA COUNTY.HOUSCOF I W i'J''

quarters Jacksonville. Mr. Wilson a cheerful good-bye to our Chicago water, April 10. .!I __ >

j will continue to make nisi home lu De- friends every year at this time, know : Tbe following resolution was unanimously Mr.\ and Mrs. S. N. Harris have returned OK>K>KX-CH-O-KW-O1-O1-O-1-O-K: >JK> >KHK> >K> >KKM<>KM<>HJ .,
Land, but will spend the greater portion ing lull well that they or others from I adoptad: to their summer home In Low-,

of his time at Jacksonville, returning the great University of Chicago will We, the members of the session of,ell, Masi., after spending: the seas. n -- -

s owner( home over every a week.million: This acres company ot- turn uptagain, next winter when the the Presbyterian Church, wish to in Jacksonville. DeLand '

lana in Florida; scattered among the gentle: zephyrs begin to blow across. state that the resolutions passed by Mr. Allen will
speak on spiritualismat
several counties of the- Orange Belt." Lake Michigan from the north pole. the ministers of the DeLand Minister-
Hutcbinson Hall on Sunday, March Saw and Mills and Works. .-J
lal Association, present at the meet- Planing NoYelty
\ -- -- ------ ---- ---- 29, at 7:30: o'clock, and 1\1 n. Kate Stiles:
ing held March 16, were not in anyway .
will speak at the same place on the
an expression of this Church. J. T. CAIRNS,.Proprietor and Manager.
same subject 2
on Thursday, April ,
Rev'A. J. Smith -
J. W. Smock, Jobn Manufacturer of-
at 7:30.: All are cordially Invited. _
Don't Go to Dentist MacDiarmid and A. S.. Munson, member Dr seed & Rough Lumber: : .
a of session. Mr. W. A. Sharp had a very pleasant ,

5V4 reception In the Art Studio In I Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll, Sawing. '-1 "x
: Rev. T P. Warner will preach next
Science Hall
on Tuesday afternoon Will furnish plans and specifications and
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, March from 3 to 6. Palms and roses added I CONTRACTOR &: BUILDER. estimates. Special machinery at mill for .;' 1i'

if have "sweet tooth" 29th at Orange City in the Methodist to the artistic effect: of the/' studio. finishing work ready to put In place. Employ good mechanics and guaran ., ,&, 1

you a church. Subject, "Modern'Spirit The receiving par y wer Mrs. Sharp tee first-class work in even particular. .

r1" cr ualism. All are cordlaly invited to and Mrs. Forbes. 'Mrs/Farrlss, Mrs. -

the Service. ________ Rosa, Mrs. Big-clow and Miss Rein- R ; rI ,
Mr. and Mrs. W F. John and Mrs. mers assisted In serving tbe dainty POND UJM | COMPANY '(. ti

Johns' mother have rented .A, H. refreshments. Fifty or more ladles

Go To FUDGER'S Woodall's fine residence on New York responded to the invitation in spiteof I e90@11 ', ,

't kK avenue for a few weeks. Mr. Johns the frequent showers. Before purchasing Lumber, call at'our Yards at the Depot, DeLand ,. {4

and family are from Hastings Minn. Mr. W. 1':,'Chase, Sheriff Turns.Mrs. .f Prices on all\uada of J'It.,' ., "

q Mrs. Jowett and party, who spent R. P. Moore, Miss\ Pearl Spauld- ,'Z.;:
'and will'find Instant the season in A. H. Woodall's residence ing, Mr. Ford, Mr. Williams, Mr. L. Lumber! Lath Shingles Flooring!gtyj1lDgi! ., ,

you, leave this week for a trip to S. Monroe and others attended the ,

+, ) relief in his splendid as- Jacksonville Washington, en route automobile'races in Daytona this

'3'0' + ,sortmentof, Confectionery. home. ________ week. _________ Mouldings,. Turning; l t1 t ',

An unusually large audience wit. Mrs G. A. Dreka visited friend. 'In C.

fnf seed the presentation of the drama New Smyrna thin week, and while Brick, and Everything in the Lumber Line. Orders delilltwuepl;......:.,

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\ oooooooooooooooooooooooooo FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM. "-

0 forlune Telling Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such expended In gluttony $f.i j\} FETY

THE OLD REL' I State News in brief was the condition of an old 000. '"* S,

does not take into consideration the one of Havens Versailles dish $400-
: soldier by name J. J Esopla paid tor a single
dal 0 essential to woman's happiness-womanly O. For he was troubled
a''I years
health There is many a woman with disease and neither doc- OOtt. toIm";
Kidney for one supper $400.- et
) R. W. Fuller, one of the farmers! whose future seems absolutely uncloudedwho tors nor medicines gave him relief. At Caligula spent tixum--
pQA is marked her condition for 000.
Polk baa made fine by own he tried Electric Bitters. It
county a reo- future disappointment and distress. length Ilellogabalua spent for one meal $100.- I k
him his feet in short order and Dan
'} in killing game since he came The woman who put on 000. 'OR. t E '-
her health now he testifies.! "I'm on the road to University,
Florida. the state neglects
According complete recovery." Best on earth for Lucnllus usually paid $100,000 for a Cotlrlng-ton
,( he makes to the newspaper js foundation troubles and all 5
very of Liver and Kidney repast FOR S..L,
:.. t correspondent he baa killed 312 all good fortune.Forwithouthealth. foVms of Stomach and Bowel Com The philosopher Seneca bad a fortune ..

2 ., : o'poseums,141 raccoons 107 pole- >< plaints. Only soc. Guaranteed by W. of $12,000,000. FOR SALE-One Typewriter, DeLund.,Ob Kv ld"a"

47 alligators, 74 rattlesnakes: love loses its lustre A. Allen and G. W. Fisher, druggists. Lentulus' the soothsayer, had a fortune ? Hand Store

NGPOr foxes. 15 otters and 4 deer. The dross.and gold U but ---S.e of $10,500,000.The : ) FUR SALE b"', -bay.Six-room mow shut house for, burn tonic;T 1A U qI,

gentleman recommends associ Womanly health ... Different Locality. sum of $2,000,000 was paid for acres land; city watc and rood -weljj Ilerreostitie. fro

: with a polecat very highly as may be retained or the house of Antony..--- __n_ treearape. InQlJi1'Inn'vine I C.: ;M.eta or SiOU Mrs o..b I It 1:J.ekll'W.. .

the most successful remedy he has regained by the Cmsar before he entered upon any '" w
AKIN of Dr. Pierce's ASH ltEH8TEIt.ldoal. new.forsalocheap. '-
found for a bad cold. Says be use Favorite office owed nearly 11000000. <* ( Inquire News Olllce. U

tried it repeatedly and it never It establishes Prescription. Tiberius at his death left $118,125-
4 dries i .. OOO.which Caligula spent in less than REAL,ESTATE FOR SALE.
POWDER He says the scent of the lit. regularity '
animal is not at all objectionable the drains which ten ,months.Croesus FOR SALE-Ton roomsnear Uni
weaken women, ) possessed in landed property HOUSE l ; hot and' cold water; huge" yarrl;
Absolutely Pure.t one becomes accustomed to It. heals 1 inflammation "-a' fortune equal to $8,000,000, besides a pillory just gominginto bearingeto.. W. H.

foxes he speaks of having killed and ulceration ... ., large sum of money, slaves and furniture S were. _____ __ _____mf___
7HERE NO for the most part caught in a and cures female 1'1 f. rr: J. BALE acres lard, 5 cleared and "'r
weakness. It <..;/ .lO ,- F'OR. .. good condition for cultivation; ("
These animals be- ; V
trap. are makes weak women c- Is.:.: Antony owed LGOO,000 at the Ides ivaorvs wild. Title perfect. Apply,to Win'I.\ ,"
very scarce in these parts. strong, sick G'' rJ of March, paid It betore'the calends of I.IAM IiBSt: :, DeLand.'J\

STREET CRIES IN We think it be much women well. I April and squandered $73,500,000 of the
might very
consult Dr.
Sick women are to ,\t1
the credit of some of our would. Pierce by letter fret. All correspondenceheld public money. BLACKSMITH
If, .oMd. and Volc. n That
state to as strictly private and sacredly
Hear In the Egyptian Clt politicians quit harping
The Servant Problem Not New.
rr the official acts of Governor confidential. Address Dr. R V. Pierce e---+-ANDWAGON t ...-. '
-.s Take a chair outside a Buffalo, N. Y. Students of household managementwill 1
or be sure they have of Dr. Pierce'. Favorite Mother-There 1 I hope I've 1m- that In 1500
Dear the market place and tram "I have taken Nix bottles learn with satisfaction
1r 'j.ud watch street life./ There tangible to harp on be- Simcoe Prescription Co.i Ontario," write, "and Mixs two M Fyfe bottle, of Orllla of i the" pressed on your mind many of the evils now to be complained SHOP :

d a ) hucgry mon no starving, thty make themselves ridicu Pleasant Pellet a* you advised for congestionof /"Willie-But It wasn't my mind, ma. of were distinctly recognized. Some of
uterus. ovaries, and weaknen and can lately San Francisco Examiner. AU kinds ol Repairing"Z
faces; :*K> finger worn mothers, by criticising the acts of our ay that your medicine nan been the mean ol the more curious fines which were Imposed Z Promptly and at
. Is a land of plenty, and the executive. Governor Jennings restoring me to Rood health again, which 1 had by a country gentleman upon offending Keasonabla Prices.
not had for over three yean, until taking y6urmedicine. / jj|
w ;.wants are few and simple. too much common sense I thank you very much: fur you.'Kind CURES SCIATIC RHEUMATISM.Mrs. servants were a penny for leav
shine aud lupghter spray a be torn to the little sod prompt attention to my letter asking,Advice A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig St., ing a door open, missing prayers leaving HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTI.SCOT' .
fragrance over the novelty pieces by Favorite Prescription" has the! : testimony Knoxville, Tenn., writes June 10, 1899: beds unmade after 8 (presumablya.

l mance of the gay city's streets. politicians who flip one of thousands of woman to its com- 'I have been trying the baths of Hot .). and cooks could only have followers -. !' HODGKIN3
one week, and flip the other plete cure, of womanly diseases.! Do not Springs Ark. for sciatic rheumatism,
Is a street melodist twanging a unknown and substitute at the rate of a penny fine for
a one stringed "something" and the next. You can't tell where accept in; an its place.Dr. unproved but I get more relief from Ballard's each one. A curious custom seems to

_i panted by a nose ringed girl are at any more than you can Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the Snow Liniment than any medicine or have then existed that entree to the
deftly on a species of the Frenchman's flea.-Titus- complexion and sweeten the breath. anything I have ever tried. Enclosedfind house was denied during care family Now OPEN

;''i .while bystanders ejaculate Star. postoffice order for $i.oo. Sendme meals, and as the fine for allowing a
'f It lahl"-the Arabic word for a large bottle by Southern Ex- breach of this custom was heavy may

l tj i It not quite In accord with your NEWSPAPER IMPROVEMENT. Bleeding Patients.Cnspur press. Sold by all druggists.. 3. be presumed that the sin .was esteemed j
-Among the nncleut doctors I' --
coa dices concerning music well The DeLand Weekly News an- the the first great.
bleeding patient was operation Hotel
(never mind), it Is not nearly Only Possible Reaeoa."Yes Putnam.wDeLand
tbat a stock company bas I In treating a case. .
treating as a street corner at said the sweet young thing Taking No Chaace ,
t t- they will go away if you tell organized to take the News, Charlie-And now It's the last.-HOTrard proudly. "I've never been kissed by a "Now Freddie go and kiss your little

The baboon, the donkey and plant, goodwill, etc., and mate ( Lampoon. man In my life." sweetheart and wake It up," said Fred.

in evidence, with a score of improve the service. The ---- "Yon ought to quit eating onions" die's mother. 1e.

tricks that are very original has always been a good paper, $100 Reward, $100. said the old bachelor sourly.-Chicago ."No, I won't.
to Inly funny and (( under the of Tribune. "Oo and tell her how much you love '...
you consume! management The renders of this paper will be '
.with the hope of a minimum of ; Codrington has proved a pleased to learn that there la at leaston her and how sorry you are." W. P. CHASE ." .
In the training. ]! dreaded disease that science has WHAT IS LIFE "No, I won't. Pa says he got Into a '.
to DeLand and YolusiaI
\ all and In the last analysis nobody knows, breach of promise case by telling a girl Proprietor.
A fruit seller basket on bead been able to cure In Its stages,
luscious grapes and figs I I Mr. Codrington will retain that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh CureIs but we do know that it is under strict that and had to marry the old thing. I .

+ i singing In a quaint minor: "0 in the paper and will continue the only poHltlve cure known to the law. Abuse that law even slightly pain won't run any risks 1 won't.1" "" '

O sweet grapes, that are larger its manager. If the change bas medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con results. Irregular living means derange- .-. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOH TX .if.ifIIJ.EI
dove. eggs and sweeter than made solely for improving the stltutional disease, requires a constitutional !- ment of the organs, resulting in Consti- A :BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR LIFE. >>> t'NPEH KKI'llON: 8 OF! CHAP-

?': ?':cream 1 O angels' food, we see no need of the same.Gainesville treatment Hall's Catarrh CureIs pation, Headache or Liver trouble. Dr.King's .' With fmily around expecting him to TKH 48fc8, LAWS OK FI.U Its D A.
taen Internally, acting directly upon New Life Pills quickly re-ad- die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles, hereby irlvi n that D. B. Pax ton, v l
Ki bursting with honey Sun. the blood and mucous surfaces of justs this. It's gentle, yet thorough to get Dr. Kings; New Discovery for NOTICE of laxeerltnCafeNOeae'at! I
health!I" There Is a drink i I he: system, thereby destroying the Only at W. A. Allen's and G. W.Fisher's eil Hi. iml day ol June A.l IHMI, bait filed '
A joint stock company has been 25c Consumption, Coughs and Colds. W. null) nurllftoiile I In InY"mch.! .... made Hpl :
tbe weight of the odd In DeLand for the foundation of the disease, and giving drug stores. H. Brown of Leesville, Ind., endured l"IiCILt Lon fur ti X 0", d lit ,.u"', 1'1 noordiinue
slung over his shoulder a lump purchase the patient strength by building up --...- death's>> agonies from asthma; but this with 'IHW. Said veMitlcnto wbrHce the f,1. : f
projecting from Its mouth, the plant and good-will of the the constitution nnd assisting nature .OWIIK| 4ltno t'O'ly.llu"hdlnVoulla' ) ,
wonderful medicine instant relief ', 'I..rhl"will
A Sore Care."It gave count
1 custom la a similar strain as he Weekly News. Mr. C. O. 10 doing Its work The proprietorshave was a good thing for Stuttertonthat and soon cured him. He writes: "I Un'lHInt) In ...)KornwM8eo! 84, Tp 13 a, B "
: up and down, making the air the and so much faith In Its eurntlverowera 31I 40 ncrfo. 'rl.
(I present owner that they otter One Hundred he married Miss Uassnway. She'scuring now sleep soundly every night. Like T a said' land b..lng mm-goed at tbe data of
;with the rhythmical clap clap will be retained by tbe new him of his stammerlni'habIt.." marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneumonia tlm tt-auHncniir miou crltlU.'ut In the nameof ,
Vie' dollars for any case that It fails to W. V.
Sirs Ppeuccr. aald cprtlllciilu -
? I brazen saucers: 0 refreshment |; in the capacity of editor cure. Send for list of testimonials "You don't say?" Bronchitis Coughs! Colds and ..h"III... red.* mid nouordlfiK to law, tax ,
r; weary 1 0 quencher of : I 1 The News has J. CHENEY & CO Grip prove its matchless merit for all deed will. IHIIIIH thereon on the hush day of
manager. un Address, F "Yes. She doesn't give him a chance
A.D.11"Uh" :
o blessing of heaven! Throat and Lung troubles. Guaranteed Man,
tie I I I Mr. Codringtnn'a able manage Toledo, O. to talk at all now-Chlladelphlll Press. Wltm-mmy Ktticinl Hlirnniiirp. and seal thl.| 'S .2'iIb
1 Another street which bottles and $t.oo. Trial botles freeat
cry Sold by Druggists/ 75 cents. 50c day of Ktbiuary A.D IMB\
,,+ heard In the main street of I ranked as one of the most HALL'S Family runs are the best W. A. Allen's and Geo. W. Fisher's [Still) SAM',.D. JORDAN,
Clerk Circuit Court Vulualu Co., K...
a suburb contains the following and fearless papers in the. state, ap SO D PLEASING IN drug stores.

ing announcement: "Tomorrow 1'o I the new company is indeed for- Helped Him 'Oat. TASTE! .l-

pie I am going to kill a camel! in securing his services. "How did be happen to back her as a Mrs C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To- =

doctor says, it Is young and Palm Beach Sun. star In that new play?" peka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's Horehound The Racket Store ;

t Oh, Its flesh will be tender as the I New York March 20.-The offi- ."Oh she overheard blm one day singIng Svrup, says: "It has never failedto 1J i'I

and juicy as lamb. Its price Is 'I Want to Be an Angel' and helped give entire satisfaction, and o( 'all J. A. ERICKSOM ,
plasters ((7 cents) a pound. Do figures of the trial trip of the him have his wish."-Philadelphia cough remedies, it is my favorite, and I Proprietor, l

the sweet flesh of the camel? I monitor, Florida which was Bulletin. must confess to my many friends thatit DRY GOOL S, SHOES, HATS, :NOTIONS.cNOVELTIES. JEWEL. r,

come: early and be satisfied." yesterday, show that the ship will do, and has done, what is claimedfor RY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, ETC. I
least: picturesque figures In the the most successful one of its Too Know What Ton Are Taking it-to speedily cure a cough .or' a
'.r are the city police, lu their neat ever built for the United States when Grove's Tasteless cold; and it is so sweet and so pleasingin Agent for the SINGER, the best Machine in the woild. All kinds of ,; .

i drill and red tarbouches: lu The ,Florida made one Chill Tonic you stake because the formula Is taste." 250 soc and $.oo bottle at Sewing Machines lei-aiud and } arts fUllJi.l td. ,

a Mae serge In winter. over tfae required speed. The plainly printed on every bottle showing all druggists. e I 3- Best and cheapest HARNESS in tl e city. Harness remind pic nit fly )
that it is Iron and X
T'A. AND \.." was thoroughly satisfactory, nine in a tasteless simply form. No Cure Qui-, nertlenee. t& A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION. Mya :'

-f-BRUITS .. { the monitor will bo accepted no pay. 60c.Looking. "I wouldn't say anything unkind to a ,

From "a"1 "tw li\o\y.year.ohl. put into service by the. govern C -- person behind his back," said :Maud. '
y tree 218 pounds of leaves have immediately. "Neither would I," answered Mamie. 9tfY1736'fY11O'lSf4'iG11418141PX! ""i'SYiEffflk3ft4".kf! .4'154'UF'ft1'lSL4'k1h'1h" kf3U4'tBlSltlSh9b'161Y1tl

sJ picked In a'year. Backward "I'd rather say It where be can bear It, .. ,,,, .
,e, j String beans may be obtained The Lucas line steamer. Metamo- Ta. did you ever have any halcyon so as to have the fun.of seeing him get For: a hleasas at Time' I .

.% the entire summer by planting running from Palatka to Silver days 1""Oh. angry.."-Washington Star. >j
,T : lots of them. Mr. Henpeck ..
sank the yes;
y month foe successive supplies. in Oklawaha river ._.cp.00 TO '1HE O .. .
replied looking cautiously around. "Ididn't '
the 16th. The little vessel bad 0
Some trees are much more Many School Children are Slclll,.

i ; + able to the growth of plants run into a sunken log, thirty get years married old.-Chlcago until I was Record-nearly Mother Gray's Sweet Powers for AQ'CTATIC: J ::I: 0 :: ::e ., '

( {r them than are others. The punched a hole in her bot Herald.A Children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse '- .. It,
i."r the'yew and the ash. and she went down- without In Children's Home New York, Breakup I :.
: i Whenever Colda In 24 hours, cure Feverlah- .
water Is given Twenty or more pas CERTAIN CURE FOR CHIL-
plants enough should be used board. All BLAINS. flesh Headache, Stomach Troubles. Four : .u u5gilbogts
i ft augbly to wet the soil around the were on es- Teething. Disorders, and Destroy 13eattti if liqkes for Boatiqg. ; :.
Mere some in their night clothes, Shake Into your shoes Allen's Foot- Worms. At all drug-glscs, 25c. Sam-
tie ; sprinkling of the surface The valuables of the pas Ease, a powder. It cures Chilblains, ple mailed FREE.; Address, Allen S. 1o .qboqtsloes\ fof ext.: .

-. a' good. their clothing, etc., were Frostbites damp, Sweating, Swollen Olmsted LeRoy, N. Y. : .
The next time you have a recovered. feet. At all Druggists and. Shoe -p- :...

y, Dowers to keep add a very Stores, 25:>c. .h. Had Wl..l.. War J'To 1tqJ.f ge joss ildrr\ission\ to '1yot.1l\ds\ :
e phor to the water In the ..
vase Ocala is rapidly regaining her Nodd-Come around to my house. tonight ;.

441 \bow retained.much longer its freshness from the terrible blow she re Dlggsby He(r glancing Only Comment.over pnper)'s and play poker. Club Irfoqse Open\ to the Pt.1btic. "

in 1895-6 from the freezes Todd-Who U going to be there .
another case of a man commit-
One of the "
most satisfactory "Just wife.
the failure of her banks Her my
ting suicide: because his home was un
It for will house blossom culture freely Is:.the If given yellow. have struggled heroically happy. "I'm afraid-I'can't afford! It, old man." \ I Parties. Can Have the Use of Dialog-Boom and Kitchen, tlth Dishes, a

(water and Its bronze brown are coming out of the gloom Mrs. Dlggsby- Well I suppose thewidow's BUCKLEN'S ARNicA SALVE. etc., at Moderate Rates. '
sict off Its disaster that bore her to the home will be happier than thewife's
*. pretty yellow bloom Has world-wide fame for marvellouscures. .t
.-Ocala Star. was.-Chicago News. It surpasses any other salve lotion b'I 1 1coon

Y i Peppermint For sleeple.. ointment or balm for Cuts Corns FLOOli AND : : *
The PfZLJSTO {otc
p 'physician' declares that he annual convention of the Military laud Warrant Burns, :Boils Sores, Felons, Ulcers Dqqciqs.\ \ |

'tt peppermint water an efficient Medical Association will be $5.00 paid persons telling: who baa Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores,'

"; r for sleeplessness. This is a in St. Augustine on April 8, 9 one whether I buy or not. U. K. Chapped Hands, Skin Eruptions; infallible I IlirRefreshments will, be on Sale every Thursday with Music In the ar
4; ple cure, and It will not bring 10. Dr. John MacDiarmid of Kelley, Kansas City, Mo. 3-6 for Piles. Cure guaranteed. evening for Dancing -

i from tbe organs of professional is second vice president of Only asc at W. A. Allen and Ceo. W. % .
Fisher druggists. awrattuttt watsu lllAOllja, JtI ,
ion declaration of association. Dr.
any Lancaster of It Mar Be for Reaaon. -
i i iA
1* added that a mixture/ of and Dr. DuBois of Port "Do you know why all the world Fatal Him.Cbolly O.O.O.O.O" --- tit
Chloroform and peppermint loves lover?"
are on the program.A a -I would have bought box
', n In hot water to the victim of "Is that ... 4
/4 # a conundrum % i '
of candy this evening. Gladys, only JOHN B. STETSON
'r x nia will produce sleep but new national bank, with a capi "It Is." you're training for a basketball game UNIVERSITY..', :

the case of the admixture of of $300,000, will begin opera. ""Well what's the answer?" you know andIndignant -

form water may claim a decided B in Jacksonville about July 1. "Because he makes such a bloomingfool l\fnlden-I'm not doing any DE LAND. FLORIDA..
In relieving the trouble. It is of himself and the world likes i
parties and bankers from to thing of the sort!! IN AFFILIATION WITH '
to try peppermint water laugh. -Chicago Post.
f r easy towns in Florida be :
'4 Cbolly (turning pale)- I've got.
( theory of Its action Is believed the THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.
move.. my girls mlzedl-Chicago Tribune.
't founded on Its effect In A PHYSICIAN WRITES.

blood from the brain by One Miami fish company bas "I am desirous of knowing if'the The first Ice cream ever sold as a reg- PRO BATA CREDIT: GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER.

d fuller flow to the stomach. 200,000 Spanish n.ackerel profession can obtain Herbine in bulk ..Jar.artIcle of.commerce was.shippedby -
season, and 3,000 king fish were for prescribing purposes? It has been COLLEGE
a Boston n. rcbant, named.Tudor In. : : OP LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE or LAW
.... .. of
B Aeked -mt. week .betore.lut. great use to me in treating cases of
1805. He sent a load to Martinique. 1a
-w1Iai.thetrouble ACADEMY SCHOOL
my boy T" dyspepsia brought on by excesses or OP TECHNOLOGY
,the minister of a young member A factory for the ..manufacture of : overwork. I have never known it to 5, .. 'I NORMAL AND PKACTICE SCHOOLS BUSINESS COLLEGEKINDERGARTEN

;:rock..; Ton look sad. and its by-products will be fail m restoring the organs affected, to CHILDREN'S, COUGHS AND
k,:.v'And I'feel sad," replied the in Jacksonville. their healthful activity." 50c.bottle 'at !OLDS,. SCHOOLS or Music. AND ART t..

"?t.JDaJJ.. "I asked Ul,s Bllverton to s all druggists.- 3. Mrs.. Joe McGrath 327 E; let St.:, law Graduates admitted to Practice In Florida J
-rCCCanoe without Examination. .
.j f'!1'i !Wife, and she declined the honor. Hutctiinson: .Kan., writes: "I have A Complete System of Correlated
'wonder work In Manual -4
Mrs. Mateland-Henry. I If Training-
.".. given ''Ballard's Horehound
; Oflmtom. Syrup tor
That'* too:, bad.; said,.the >> An Adequate and Competent Faculty of f '
1 1::' !"But It's In accord with the love me as much a. you need to He-I always thought that Bragge my children for cough and colds for the A Well Selected and Comprehensive Museum.Instructors.

';ari\1. .;which say,: Ye asked and ,* me before we were married. ''You belonged to the yacht dub until I met past four"years; and find it the best >> Over$OUOOOOIa Buildings and Equipment. .

) .::fifC-: ;, "'.btcaoM y*asked amiss.' My; the pretty thing to me that ,him there last nightSheAnd medicine I ever used." Unlike manycough >> Splendidly Equipped Gymnasium. M'

; what would' advise did In those days., doesn't he T syrups, it contains no opium but' A Library of over 13.000 Volumes.Joe .
,; .. you Mr" Mateland-:,!bate because I love He-Well, Inferred from his will soothe and heal any disease 01. the >> .

r; ...J.ioowen. 'time the ask youth.widow. "', more than I did then dear.. I love the yacht club belonged to mannetl'that .- throat or lungs quicker than.,any other. >> further l Information address the President, .
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fa. .sod man, with a suspldoiw. too much now to lie to you 700 Town Topics! I remedy 350. SO an4 $i.oo af all dreg" a rj JOHN IF. roiiBKa. P''D.. OIL**.. Fuc : .
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