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The DeLand weekly news
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De Land weekly news
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Weekly news
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DeLand Fla
L.H. Eldridge
Creation Date:
October 23, 1903
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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.
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Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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VoL xvII, No. 44.

DeLand, Volusla County, Florida, Friday, October 23, 1903.

$1.00 per Year

-T LEtDIxWO- /
Profeeaional and
Business M
S, D LAD.-
Physician and Surgeon.
Mew Ork A.. o4L DOts. Nuount
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Go0. A. DAVIS, M. D.,
Ph3 eian and Surgeon,
obei tM:sA. *i.toll 1 I it *and 7Uto
1. tu
pm aist s4mo astawuytiur. utoit Irn-
idenee. *nWaat Avenue, west sr court

Phyaioian and Surgeon.
A OGesrl Plrautolonsr, not a peIahIaLt.
S Os over fiser'* ru itor. Hoarm:
A A l to a amsto. \
Homeopathic Phyeioian.
o e. .cod luorat ot ilerr'.adug .tor
Oo. M 1Ofk" 'Ltuailo
Slls W. b TAYLOn,.
O ne o r Fer's Drtsurll to, oLuu.n. li
Wilt Frantc In Sta and redri l Courts.
Lur d a, arut rlae, .
B=LltT M.H,

#Rsotitd Is II J Suie and Feeriil Lourt..
or its i* buslne slin useful
*AltW -Ukn s
Attorney-' t-Law.
SoolltltorI rl~i oalCoutdIr .onid Will
"ti in ullMou'r wnti lAolit t e p ior-
S Ida Uioi uver Volus*laCnutsL USank,
Sty Beal ?tat l and lusurrane Ofce.
1= Jald *sm' -'5aetd fr N*n-
Agency fur the .eiadlng Amerlicn Firu In-
seun Com.LI = o -TWI S T
SM vtsou t. .- DnMLANU. FLA.
/. L Wsoa, jbIAT Fivs,
SMiaor. Actary,
A nerat* fura.lme sod tnales perfcoeid.
Neat to Voiuia n ou ntI banek.
Delsnd. l I.
A. a UTI arrNH ON.
Notary Public.
Deal in Beal Eltat.
S- d mat s- ttouddl tao


Eye a'd Ear Surgeon.
D.Lli-Mi rd y .Q iher.. I,
Thmp.-TuetIsI B Noit Blink Ulds.
Oels-trI4Jays. M ,altrum

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SState News
Fooo oooo0ooooooooo0oo0o000
The stables of Orawford & Davis
were burned in Gainesville on Wed-
neuday. Twenty hoes end eleven
mules oonfined in the stable wore
burned to death.

About twenty of the employes o
the East ot railway habv pur
based land in Dad. county lan
gone into the pineapple business
If there is any kick coming about
high freight rates, it to safe
to ay that will it be made at head
The Bartow city council ha.
adopted the following schedule roI
eleetrio light service furnbshed by
the city: One light, 16 candle
power, 75 cents per month; two
lights, 60 cents eaobi three lights,
50 cents each; four lights and over.
45 cent., for .1al night erviee at
residences. Commercial lights, 10
candle power, service till 10 o'clock
at night-one light $100; two
light., 75 cents eaob; three lights.,
5 cent each; four lights, 60 cents
each; ive to ten lights 50 cents
eachB ten lights and over, 40 cents
eaob. One light all night service,
$1.00. Metre rate $2.50 per month
minimum, 121 cents per k. w.
Wiring from street lines at expense
of consumer. Lamps to be paid
for by consumer at actual eost.

P.Ialla r -lsts I o.f Salil. KI
Peu A 4|oltt. ao Thish Klle.
"One of the wonders of seararing
life," writes Charles Prothero, In "Life
n the Mercantile Marine," I. the sin-
gularly small proportion of sailor who
meet with death or accident by falling
trom aloft. Wvhethr r o no the cherub
who is supposed to sit aloft and watch
over poor Jack is responsible for it I
am not prepared to say, but the tact
"Having to tumble up aloft at all
hours and In all weatherasto perform
scrobntie feat that would almost put-
tie a monkey, the saying amount slilora
about 'hanging on by the eyebrows' b-
come almost I trulsin.
"One would think te situation was
highly spiced enough by danger with-
out toeedlenly increa Ing It. Yet it is
not altogether an uncommon thing to
see a man, if he happens to be bare-
footed, run out along the tyrd In pref.
erence to using the footrope placed un-
der it for the purpose to reach what
Is a post of honor, the weather ear-
"In spite of all this, although not
knowing the actual percentage, I make
bold to say that not more than one
sailor mun n hundreds Is killed or In-
jured by falling from aloft. If I use
my own experience as a bas, the pro-
portion would be lees, for in over
tent years of lea life I was never
conue the paln of witnessing such
Parents as Teaehs.. *
Of all the tehrhlug In the world
ainlty-nine oneB-undredths at least it
lone by fathers and mootern. Every
hild. learns inore In the way of actual
rarts from the day of Its birth until

i --NOW OpN-- the end of its sevIeth year thbu it can
Nrth o.eivard, D ai, FliA posalbly learn In all the rest of its lire
Swt nmt ltrd, Do a put together. During these nrt hour
AVO.--h n ) tpl Coiu ls V and yeas of lfe the child lears to
dttE, b Intelalo u pu t h r! tho
t. ,.U CpN. Prop. Important. it 1'rns the beginnings of
.elf control. During the fint yan. the
pi lr iER HOUSE, cild pit Itself In touch with the
world into which It Is born, sad In
.oW ALL t Tn nU-- these early years the parents and the
wYotnadVirnoirdAvnu-ss 2 mother especially. are the teacher.
SDeLaud. Florid. They start the operauons of the mind,
l UtI, hs lirad bhoumlks. giving it Its airst bent And however
p. Iy p LI lt s by ths able the teachers o-the future may b
SDO. .Pro* however comsilentious and learned, in
the great majority of cass the hlkd's
HOUSE, mtre,. I .ue. or failure, depends
upon the lrat teachlg Inluence. of
llr, r Mo S.he mother and father.-New Terk
DeLa.. FloridT. American.
A Lt.e oAk Toe.
h bride was fair and slight and
EN the brideoo was dar and stalwart
SThb made a mt Intertmang pair.
S tract and the people on the long dstane
tOr, train who had wat bed them more o
qB. lee openly from Ban Prancso were
cheered by the sight of a showe of
to. erce whch fe ut of the de'spar
Intel ;we dat < .I I
The. brdel r uw the mwlh, a.
pendingmittxe l r nd M bhlbuiW-
wie, be fac d the carel f bts n
F.I reka thert o no need tor e to
we ltaven'tt been numr4i toIeo" he
oA B ig In atl S osnt tansw "bat 1w
Stel yo o thing. Ton don't want
ualle any more than 's polit% Cto
a m-y violet "ad ie1 be bilteri w
Sn- I Walsh sl olenl"

raa ga*W t E bst Ib '
al nLt $ M 4 n 0 t e a : H
a Ma: 4"lef

"Where Is that d-d garden rake,
Mary?" asked a DeLeon husband of
hil wife the other day, as he entered-
the house after a search for the im-
plement. "I'U be d--d If I know,
dear," she aid sweetly, and the les-
son went home with such a distinct
thud that he raised hil right hand and
took an oath that he would never pol-
lute bli lips with a profane word
again. He found the rake.
Hew Old I. Ant
The Philadelphia North-American.
in a recent issue, published the fol-
lowing example:
Mary Is 24, and is twice as old au
Ann was when she (Mary) was a old
as Ann is now. How old is Amnn
This caused no end of comment, and
had the Quaker City worked up Into
great excitement over the probm.
The answer, published on Monday,
ave Ann's age as IS.

A do0en or more very charming
young ladles attend the public school.
Which it the meet popular Thti
question will be decided through Ta
NEwa. Watch the vote.
$100 Rewahi 5100.
Thereaders of thle paper wil be
on reacd dia e that clence
baes able to tme In all toa tags, and
tlft aIs HaS Da's Caar OCr
It teaSIr p stie al atalell theo
U taen intern ally. attg d tfl
at sbo Moo and

tM, thaeb l tha
toui tLo othe, a4 n
gthe pa: sgth b by g up

in"r amtilef IkO tnsd
aoUMft r a a It'.
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vai ndU. ws Un i. a. Brown o LI a
ce, who was expected to die, ha
hi lire saved by Dr. King' New Di
cover for Consumption. He wriiV:
"I edured insufferable agonicsa fdiw
Athma but your New Discovey gtave
clmmordiatl relief anrid ..i there-
after affectedd a complete are. Si.. l,
cure of Consumpti Pneumoni
broachitis and a nmer ouA .

S Alen a -0
:`J .. Trial




Names of People Who Pa-
tronize The News.
Following l a complete list of those
whboe advertisements will be found ln
THE Naws. As we endeavor to keep
out of our columns all irresponsible
persons, we have no hesitancy In rec-
ommending those whose names are
found In the following list
0 WOOER 5.
W. W. Alcott
h lnA sm nsrk..n
tatw auoon. llos., Iran..a.o.a.
0 A. Drks & Co.
F. P. MoElroy
W. B. Fudfr
.Icot tHollZ li
Uhfaijrat AND StAtioNmEH.
W. A. Alen & Co.
I. W. Fisher
Bisow Harsdwar. Sinha
Watt. &o 3e1r (Als trad.itkingi
W rms .mn s
Mar h "Br .
Thea M rtet on the corner
F. 0. BrIll
J. A. ErIckton
J. A anar
J. W. Perkins
E. T., Aln
V.da Z. Baers-k.
looin A.& intI
Jb,, Mull Dnld14
A. 9. Muns.n
W. B. Tyl or

Sulla a. Wright
Volusla Conty, Abstnil COni'ciu
Bond Lumber CoInay.
John T. Calrn (Alto lullng on trct or)
Bennett Ron,.
Turner House
Winter Home
W*LL flfIittINO.
H. C. Haven
Grove. Tsejoess Chlll Tonic
H ood' PrriIarsailon.
rIt. Pl.rne' Ooldu Medilal DiAsravery
Cmatori a


D..uilieiicon L Muss
Wi nCo AND CLLgrd
Joh B .n Terp Univ AeSlit tin
Heri nei na rT

H. I. BucSlin Dr Co.r
.n~L u BII~nd Na.hvule Itallway
florila Bat Coast lilwy

Hnthi & Milllieno 3anufarturlns tao
A In.. I. Moral..

Speclcalleou Requlired for Routes In
Volslat County.
Proposals wanted for carrying
United States mails, from July 1, M14,
to June 30, 10S1; all proposals must be
In the hands of the second assistant
poatmater-weneral by 4 p. I. Decemn
ber 1, 1903.
No bid submitted under this adver-
tisement will be considered unless the
bidder shall agree in his bid that in
event of the service being awarded to
him he will give his personal super-
vision to the performance of the same,
and will reside on or contiguous to the
route. The words "'u or contiguous
to the route," as used in this section,
are to be construed as meaning with-
mn the territory regularly served by
post office on the route.
In addition to carrying the masli to
the various post omfces on the star
routes covered by this advertisement,
the carrier on each route tiexept
where otherwise specifically stated)
will be also required to deliver mall
into all boxes and hang small bags or
satchels containing mall on cranes or
posts that may be erected alung the
route, and to collect mall from boxes.
and to collect the bags or satchels
from the cranes or posts.
It shall be the duty of the postma.-
ter at every such post office, upon a
written order from any person living
on or near the star route, to deliver
to the proper mail carrier for that
route any mall matter-placin in the
respective satchels, where :h are
used, the mail for the person* whnm
such satchels belong--with nstruc-
tions as to the proper mail box or
crane at which said mall matter shall
be deposited; but resist red mail
shall not be so delivered ) c.s ex-
pressly requested by the ad reslee in
his written order. No mail matter so
delivered to a carrier shall be carrhd
past another post office on the route
before being deposlted into a small
box or hung on a r ilne or post.
232S5--,Epuria to hltridge, 1.50
miles and bhck, six tlmes a week.
bond required with bid, 300., present
contract pay, 187.
23,28O-Umluow to Favorita Station
(n. 0.), 7.50 mile. anid back, six tinm a
a week; bond acquired with bid, $1500;
present contr.ite pay, $246.
2.,2 8- Pr.,ce iaik to New Smyrnr,
50 mljrs ainl ,ick, se en times a
week from Nuv. 1, to May 31, and six
times a week the residue of each
year; bond required with bid, t*00;
present LoAntra't pay, 218 J33
23,288- Coronado to New Smyrna,
2.50 miles and back, six times a week;
bond rtqnired with bid, $300; present
contract p Iy, sa.
23,2Ei8 -( liton b S9hiull to Oakhill,
10,30 tiles and back, three times a
week; bond required with bid, $500;
present cuntr.ict pay, $1u8.
2.,2W--DeLand to DeLand Junctlon,
3.25 milts and back, seven times a
aeek; bond required with bid, ti00;
resent contract pay, $112.13.
23,291-DeLand to Orange City, 6
niles and back, six times a weekL bond
required with bid, $500; present con-
ract Day, $137.
233.102-Palsley by Saint Fran :is and
Crows Bluff to Heresford, IO.-W miles
and back, six times a week; bond re-
quired with bid, $1,100; present con-
ract pay, U33 79.
[By the above specifications, It will
be seen that these star routes, under -
he new rules, are virtually rural de-
ivery-1. e., anyone living on The
oute may receive his mall, or send it
to the poet ofce, by the mail carrier,
on written order. This will prove
quite a convenience to people living
ut of town, like A. Coiner, William
Clapp, and others on the Orange City
TO oUs a' INoD sn OH DAT.
Take Lazative Bromao Quinine Tali
ets. All druggist refund the money
f it falls to cure. E. W. Groves
igrature is on each box. Sc.
U. C V. .Meeting.
The members of Loring Camp, No.
528, United Confederate Veteran,
ill attend a meeting to be held at
~I.and on Tuesday, November 3d,
B03. By Order of
r. Bawnr W. S. THAnya.
Adjutant. Commandant. E
There was a bi sensation in Lees-
l t-- -

Horse Shoeing



Before purchasing Lumber, eol at our Yud at the Depot, DateA
Price on iU kIdsu of

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooing, COeLm

Mouldings, Turning,
do" nJInlfchNl 00fc ^-mal '&Met


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An unusually fine assortment just received:

Flaked Rice, Malta-Vita,
Wheatlet, Pettijohn,
Wheatena, Force,
Corn-Crisp, Cream of Wheat.
All fresh. A large abipment of Ralston Health Foods
now on the r;ad and expected daily. /


Stationery, Watches,
Huyler's Candles, Clocks,
Kodak Supplies, Silverware,
Flortda Souvenirs, Optical Goods,
Toilet Requisates, Fountain Pene,
Dr. Mellette's Remedles. Etc., Etc.


Druggists and Jewelers.


If We Did Not ow t we are agent for the
S besl t paint possible to make.
If We Did Not Know that you should hate it on
your property.
If W d Not gnw that we deserve your order
I W DU d Nt K no we would not keep urging

y" o Carrara Paint

The advantage is absolutely yours if you use CARRI1.
\We guarantee RI..RELARA to last five years. We know it's safe to
do that We allo know it has lasted much longer.

.i~~lp.'Slop SlaiS-oD~O+oe S S+56,S+*-q p


To think of insurance when
the house lt in flame.. The
time to consider it is all the
time previous to that.
And we can help you to
reach a decision as to the
amount of

Sto b placed and the best
c" m panics to place it with.
ffiSmrommSZSS2Szm rZSaS~ZSSSSZaffim







attractive to people who desire to
locate in a milder, more equable
climate than they now enjoy. The
State Board of Trade, proposed
some time ago, would be an admir-
able plan by which to promote this
advertising. Until auch a concerted
plan is devised, we should work in-
dividually and in communities, and
thus accomplish in a measure the
results which have developed Cali-
fornia duringthe past twenty years.

How To Increase tie* Aiiessment.
Editor Caldwell of the White
Springs Herald says that if it were
a law in Florida that a man had to
take in eash for bia property the
value he placed on it for purposes
of taxation, or pay double taxi the
very irat year under the operation
of such a law the taxable property
of Florida would show up to two
hundred million dollars.
There is a mighty good sugges-
tion for our next legislature if they
really desire to have an honest
smaeament of the property in the
state.-Pensacola News.

MBealth Speaks from Experience.
Florida Sohool Exponent: Be-
fore Supt. Holloway allows a few
newspaper notices to "turn his
head" and precipitate him into a
struggle in which he must lose, we
would like to show him through
two or three hundred pages of our
big scrapbook of newspaper clip-
pings from the fles of 1899-1900.'s l*proof "Frnee."
Monticello News: The congress-
man from the third district is en-
gaged in the propagation of pork.
Ha i s reading the gospel of better
took with prize pigs. Bill Larmer,
a he is called by his friends in
Jefferon, ha started a movement
which in results will demonstrate
the practical wisdom of the original
tor. At n expense of Oleop to a
thousand dollar he bha prepared
pasture and substantial sanitary
shelters for the Billmore Berkshifes
which share a large portion of tke
outlay above mentioned. Tb
ogs are wonders. One male an
two females ar to be kept on the
ranch. Pig., as they arrive, will be
distributed fre of charge through.
out te third eonDgrevonal district.
i rht istoat of the breed-of
fitmoe hae already been asiga-
d to dllest eetions of the third
A Sews nrporter listed at the
oknUag up of this happy family.
eight as preMn Bak bi, pigs a
y oa ooald wish to wrn
.M.iJ azuntedl inl their roomy
aof pmtine at-
tsIf They piMn d th News
tto Mach thei tasks and foean-
mtlioandkl out to
PfoWtd withb loud
of Situof





ever be given for a presidential

Dannitte H. Mays of Monticell
hab announced his candidacy foi
the gubernatorial nomination. Mr
Mays' platform is the simplest and
has the truest ring of any issued
during the entire campaign, so far
We produce it in full, as follows:
To the People of Florida:
I am a candidate for Governor in
,--l Thua-Do tio primary to be held
in 1904.
I am a Democrat and have sLoel
on and will stand flatfooted on the
Democratic platform.
I am opposed to trusts-truste in
politics a well as in business.
There is the same tendency in each
to rush individual effort and make
slaves of men.
S I am in favor of continuance of
the Railroad Commision-of mak-
ang it a fiity, if possible. It ie a
bulwark between the corporations
and the people. Make ita'tribtnul
where the Individual can have his
claim beard and adjusted without
cost to him.
I favor the primary system as the
beat yet devised for getting the
S will of the people.
I am in favor of liberal ap-
propriations for education as an in-
eatment-the best that a family or
statw en make.
S I fatw liberal appropriations for
S aormtuat people.
., favor the equalization of taxes,
ao that every Interest may pay it.
proportion of the burdens of
Srgo nmeat.
I far the present liquor laws,
waw h permit loeal option M to
'"*' I roM--home rule.
favr good roads-the best
S) L tlog the people.
Sbe nominated I shall appeal
t *lo motion of our state. orn
_fb' ltbi her borders, I love her every
I a dutiful son should
SblemMd mother.
Th inner, I hall appeal
i. of eot people, A be.
lfAa qu ad exat Justioe to
A4' ileiawl privilege, to none.
t d my motto Shalla be
"forward along the paths
followed sine the l agIsu-
of tat' gret Demorat,
P. Da. *a. sontiud


TIPe LaL D hWIE lY l York. Which mean, we suppose,
that Chicago is a very religion
DayLAD, VOLUMAn Coonr. FOIA An election will be held in Day-
-B- tons on November 17th to decide
THE NEWS PUBIISHINu COMPANY the question of issuing $70,001 in
Ilieorperate.d.) bond, with which to construct a
OmuI. O. CODBvNOTON. sewerage system.
Business Manager and R'ltor. -- -
--- --~ If the acquittal of Tillman means
Suterlption Rates
onesr ... .. ............. ... 0 anything, it means that the proper
sirmox t .... way to treat an editor in South
Wvshen PaAd dvAne Wheo not paid In CaOrolina, when he tells a disagree-
Etn Ithoe tofliee at OD~Lnd. Mner, able truth, is to shoot him down
r t mmd es mtter,
like a dog.
Adsrtslng rates rurnltaed on appncallon.
Addreu all Communestto.., .an maike A day seldom passes but that
pnv, DLndra ae dozens of persons in DeLtsnd re-
ceive copies of some Calirornia pub-
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1903. location, setting forth the value of
._-__ --- -" California mines, oil wells, of com--
Floridians next year will have ami panies, fruit and grazing lands, or
opportunity to cast thgir ballots, it what not. These papers are not
not for the neat president, at least sent out by the editors with the
for the Democratic nominee for the hope of securing subscribers.. They
presidency. Florida's delegates to are sent out by people who expect
the national convention will be to make money by the diffusion of
voted for in direct prinmar. noh matter-who hope to locate
Heart will have his candidates, ard settlers and investors and get a per
all other candidates for the Demo- ucntage on the money invested.
cratle domination will be represent- This is practically the only way
ed on the official primary ballot in which to secure immigration.
When the Florida elector emtes hi But how many such papers are
primary vote, he will vote for sent from Floridaf Who sends
Hearst or Parker, Cleveland or Gor them We have advantages far
man delegates. The set of dele- superior to those offered by Cali-
gates receiving a majority vote will fornia, but they are unknown. What
attend the National Democratic Florida needs is systematic, gener-
Convention and cast their vote as ous, wide advertising. Our lands
nstructed by the sovereign people. are capable of producing million
Lfter the candidate for the presi- where only hundreds are produced. b
lency is named, we will then all be Our grazing lands, fruit and vegnta- I
ble to fall in line and vote for his ble lands, our phosphate and eaolin i
lestors. This is probably as neal mines, our cassava starch and pine- r
I "direct vote of the people" as will apple industries shouldprove most L


as the most Popular Inhr g Lady/ attending the
DeLand Public School.

n HI BALLuOTS will be canvassed every Thursday noon, and the
| result of the contest will be announced In THE Ndv every
SF.riday mornlmvr. The fiual can.vass will be made by three
prominent DeLandites who are not directly interested in the
contest. The contest will close at noon on
Thursday, Dooember 24th,
and the final result will be announced in TrH NEWS of December 25th.
Thb contest Is open to any young lady attending the DeLand Public
or High School.
Besides these ballots published in THu NEWS a certificate good
for 20 votes will be given with every new year cash-in-advance sub-
asription received before noon oU December 2.
The Price of THE NEWS Is $1.00 per Year.

nout, the abrupt angle of the fore- cupy the same position in regard to
end, the long straight trunk and the University ai the monthly did,
he shapely bame all were in strik- namely: of belng the nticlal students
ng contrast to the points of the paper, and we hope that those who
azor back rooter. Congressman haae so generously patronlzed the old
samar's farm a mile and a half east paper will give their aid and suppo t
if Monticello will be famous in a to the Weekly Collegiate.
ery shabort time. Facilities for
rousing on the native stock are The people of Deland will have the
reely offered to those wishing to opportunity of seeing this season one
improve their stock. From this of the bet games to be played in the
point as a hub will radiate many state On Thanksgiving Day the
pokes in the wheel of pork prog- Sletson football team will meet a
us, if the normal increase of these team trom the West Florida Semi
workers is scattered throughout the I nary of Tallahassee at University
bird district in pursuance of Con- Park, and a game is promised which
ressman Lsmar's plan. His plan will be worth going miles to see. Ow-
i practical, and will yield benefIs. ing to tle great distance to Tallahas-
hat in time will add thousand. of see, Stetson ha never met this col-
olla's to the wealth of thia dis- liee in any contest, but it has been
riot. A revolution in hog raising d cided to take the rimk, tl usting that
ill be accomplished when a lun- the game will arouse sumiteent inter-
red thoroughbred pigs are teat- eat to meet expenses. Other games
ared abroad to root for higher are being arranged as quickly as poe-
Ilues, better bacon, bigger stock sible, but It is not certain when and
-and aneidentally for Bill Lamar. where the first game will be played.
------ *--- A nrooitionn ha beehn made tn

SStetson University g8
o Brief News Notes 0
9 I0
Miss Maude Whetten, who has been
visiting Mrs. Spangler since the be-
giuning ft school, has returned to her
home in Daytona.
Mr. Emmett Wilson of Marianna,
Fla., has returned and taken up his
work with the Senior Law Class.

Professor--Mr, -, suppose some
merchant down town sold you some
article of food, '"ay a packet of
"Force,"' and it wa not fit for use.
Under the rule of implied contracts
what could you do about It?
Student Well, think I could
"force" him to take it back.

Mies Lulu l.utz has returned and is
taking up work In the music depart-
At a meeting of the seniors of the
college hbld on Wednesday It was de-
cided to wear caps and gowns at all
exercises in the chapel. 'bis rule to
take effect after Christmas.
Program of Stetson Lterary So-
clety tomorrow exening:
Current Events-Mr. Duncan.
RecItation--MIss Rich.
Parliamentary Practice.
Debate-Resolved, That the got-
ernment works should be open to non-
union laborers.
Alfrmatlve -Mr.Calhoun, Mis Rem-
Negative-Mr. Moffat, Mis Dicken-

At a meeting of the Collegiate
'uoard held yesterday it wa decided
t change the Collegiate from a
mon$tly to a weekly publication. The
0ew raper will be a four page paper
and Will be published every Saturday.
This is a moet commendable action
on tl% part of the Board, a the new
paper Vli be more Interesting and at
the 1 r price of one dollar a year,
will soo l n a large circulation, not
only amtg bte students but throtgh-
out the state:- sr. Crawford and
Wilson wltl lV varKe of the,bus-
oes end a e paper. T both

Tampa for a game next Saturday, but
nothing definite has been heard yet.
Practice is going on daily, and those
in charge of the team are very much
pleased at the rapid progress made by
tLbh men. The second team has or-
ganited with Jack Same as captain
and all men making the second team
will be given S's with a figure 2 below
them to distinguish them from those
given to the first team.

A mans-meeting of the students was
held on Tuesday night In the audito-
rium to finish organizing the Oratori-
cal Assoclation. Mr. Butler was
elected temporary chairman and Mr.
Calhoun temporary secretary. A con-
stltution was adopted after several
amendments and a recepa taken to
sign it. The election of officers then
took place and the following persons
were chosen: Emmett Wilson, presi-
dent; Miss Remmer., vice-president;
Mr. Calhonn, secretary.

ornIftlh of the Paesi Crow.
Originally the benddres of the ope
wns only u canp but Clovis. klhnof the
Franks, to how hbls respect to the
ainre[h of home, sent to the palace of
St. John In Later.n a royal ctown of
gold, wbicb AnastaeslU. emperor of
Constnntlnople. had presmated to him.
The Pope Hordmbinr placed upon the
tiara this crown, which was at that
time nothing more than a circle of
gold surmpunted by leaf work, being
much such a coronet as i nowadays
borne by marquise In France. The
soceesor of Pope Hormlisdas eCO
tinued to wear the tiara with one
crown only up to the tme of Boniface
VIII.. but this pope, having claimed
authority over thinle temporal as well
ns spiritual, wished to mark this dou-
bli dominion on the pontideal tiarn,
on which he placed two crowns In-
teand of n. Ultimntely Pope John
XXII. added a third crown. St.
James' Oasette.
The Dally Times-Union and TI
NlWs one year for IS.
Vtoa Kn U Wh. Too Ar mke
when you take Grove's Tasteleu
COtll Tonic became the formula Ui
plainly printed on eve bottle show-
U~K- that it i. simpl r aV i:-
nne in a tutele so ire,
no pay. Oc.

d in our new
ur Hardware
Our Mr. W.
experience in
tor, Is In full
have bought
ur customer

Mr. Yeargin ls a practical man in this department, and
knows the business thoroughly. We have ordered a
Faueral Car that will "knock the spots off" anything
heretofore seen in this section of the state. Our goods
in this department are strictly irst-class and have
been selected to meet the demands of all-rich or poor.
Tn'e invite you to inspect oar stock. ITWe
shall appreciate your custom.

Wafts & Miller.

A a. p at whistler,
A ,ong Sa.. n Franclai, the own On Cent a W ord
of a Ir and valuable clectio of a One Centa W ord
tograph. once wrote to James MacNelll
Whistler. politely requesting his. siua- Adrcrtieiuaonts ofteir wolrdor mov under
this heaId Inserted for OlNI CIBN'T A WOUD,
ture. The lIter nw. ent in ears of CeIh in advamee e ab Indertion No adivr-
the London Royul academy, with which tismentsa Lptei fer lea than lOcents.
outs. After four month. the letter was ______.
returned tb the San Francisco address OIR RET--EIht ronanm rurnlslA'd hnum,
from the dead letter office n Washlng- Jordan, t Lund in
ton. Covering the envelope was the
word. repeated numbelesi Umee, "Un- _FOR SaLI.
known." TlLORIDA FAIM amid GAttDEM for SALE
-t r 't nv rery low price-CotllStimnar ofr mi crn.,
TAI e e-aoe wr e in ra ise pulped weith
"mln done his best when he Isl hard der inl very ferit best oudilomn fo
pu.t *I N* keW .. is the .isng stagr cane. About 3hreS were lao-
put to t. ?e*t-slty. you know. I the e, ovr n war and no brr land fr
vr 1 ew r od mo hotter amidea or
mother of luventlon," sad the observers I rlh cvoery nl all. kinds of nslrdiirnh. as
Of un aud thin.s. 1ub-lrrltion im.- makei jazid crowns.
o nud r. plenid oaton rranimng cattle. It n
."Yet. replied the benedict t "ut If e to ue e. ieon houo, all
neeresll welr inventlou n I olber-In. -trn unit 'muh rru t"la
law then you'd ee how Invention oJ It. HRlMT.
would lha to hump Utelt."--PhIladl- Lake elen, s,.
phil P're.. OR tSALE-A ngod lior and pouy. In.
rquie or ai .. 1, DeLaid, rFlm.
ecrl en of an yerlt..a.. mno BALE-slenm Launho axal anl nwr
Guest-WhI do you believe in second a oitte 1C a ISpenone ar oki a
sight, major? Gasoline Lsumioh. It.tng.o..... ar aid. uir,r
Igbt. maJor pea. Price & Just the aoets Ior Blue
Major Drrby (In an Impressive whis- 2. N Inns. ne Addr John B.
pernn-ecnue I tell In love'at afnt Ier, Smnt Francs. Florida.
sightll-Pulleb. Kooin, what I w to suffer,
-o toaansy Mitedw, a.Islv, cuare Fnr0 Can.,
Itr row nthrnten I you don't let it e it it y 1 e l d
so rlr thllt ,ou bitter sad are Wrieto. WILLIA Mnla Ae
willing to hurt yourself In order to New York.
hurt your rnnri'. W-- ANr

I. a discharge from the mucous mem.
brane of the nose, throat, stomach.
bowels etc., when kept in a state of
inflammation by an impure condition
of the blood anda want of tone in the
Soothe the Inflamed mnembrans
trnugthen tke weakened system, and
the dibhar will stop-to do this
purify the Iood.
"I was troubled with catarh or years
and titd various remedies but funn ioth-
In that wnull sin mae. I tn rasolvTed
to try o4's Sarsupertn. and took lour
bottle wahselo tirely care me. I hay.
never bnn troflst with cstanh *Inc.
A a bloodinrtifs I M find nothIln ele
eqoal to Hoo d'* parlla." WILUIM
abu aI, IO f St., IInwaks, WIa.
Hood's Sarsaparlla '
O aes catarrh radically sad Dermna-
nently-remnoves Itu caune OV o
oale all its aBeot.

ANAGER WANT'Dl-Trunstwonrhy bl.
or ut leimantmanimir businwas
a county and ljolnl ternitery for well
il favorably known hoie or solid fni na il
ftsndinitr, ftf.ltnrtlybt cash ..rry and ex
tidquarters. Eapense ioner advanced:si
uitlon permneat. .Ailres Mdslmr mao t
t.n 1Id. 2c 1re... I -
DUiae I1DER 8E011C N # 01
OTIOTI Imueby i tro n 'htr L. Hutohi
l i yhpurchss-rur'aizCrictlfCicico Io
themub4c ,i Iv, n a D
ld thsle irt dis o NV ml T ote, and lS
sUlllnttoa for tax dle. to hisue si a.
los wit lA. Sad eotilnoo- it
(Ilotirn sd..rlbemi property situit3
a .u I rlda !lnwti -
TRs.d 1. w.s at'
b- eeovtd tsti1
uthe hern on the ib da|
JAD. -D. I
WMYe- mr .itJ
gn. nm ny o. ola sgt
Cl d o eourt
O11Xb~.a~ns~ Ne


Saw and Planing Ulls aud
J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor
-Manfacturer Steamshj

Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Te
Will u 13,000 miles of am
tim are on sale by the p
Sfirising work eDr trtl I ma. N.Hw rk, via Atlan
ly to Agents Atlantic
W. D. STIR-e
S lTrivp. paM, AFekt.

-" i

040 "TA.W


Most Popular Young Lady



ALL BALLOTS containing the above number
(1111) must be sent in to be canvassed by
Thursday noon, November 5, otherwise the
vote will not be counted. A new number will be sub-
stituted every second issue.





y We are just getting comfortably settle
Furniture Store, three doors north of o0
and Bicycle Emporium an the Boulevard.
M. Yeargln, who has had twelve years' i
the furniture line and as a Funeral Drecs
charge. We have all new stock, which we
at rihbt price., and we propose to give o
the benefit of these low prices.


Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
All the books in use in Volusia
County kept in stock.

Pencils, pads, ink, paper, pens
and pen holders.

of Handsome and Cheap B ads, Bureaus, Washstands, Springs. Mattreses,
Up-to dato Fur.niture Sto0ee.


Pacific Coast Specimens Col-
lected by an Expert.


Mlv nteretiuIr Set. win Ce A.dd
So tne ....- om r miat-.
I at Histarr ei mNew l-.ll.i In, U I
MStetal W.
.et.. of the card. SieSie.d..

sIran M.a ChImlinut, the bird maln at
the American Misetaiu ofr Nltuia.l lhII.
story in New u rk, lihas tirliiumd from
iy *atlumer v.alcation ,lllh miterlei for
S ive new bird loupstu f Itle Pa.'llli.e
cost a. r. Chlinllti lend lIl Holtu 0
Intereatsiil eperhiiies n isatiii ilg
this material, I.)3 tie. ,II Yourk
Times. He w uvaunutiiaueild bi
landscape artIst to lU ki smimtlins or
the envilroient; a pr.nllm'ltr.t, wirll
wax and pinater molds, to nmike .Iatst
of such vegetation as icouldl lnut be
bodily moved and prelncsrld I,
means of the fluid used for tiIn pnr.
pose, and a bird artist to iainlt rrtshl
killed birds alti reula ihsl brtillIIIt
coloring, whllch fitlPd In the dead Mpet I
men. _TTils artist wtas Lloul Agitlz
mFuertes. Mr. Chapmauin (llerItd the
material and phllottranplihed the birsa.
with their unemt and immediate eit
One of the groups Iln.conttpmplution
will be the large .t iand litlirt blil-
group ever yet constrilctld atywheire
SIt will show the bird life of the irrl
gated regions of Cllifornlma,. wlihel is
an example of the clliange. wroulghit by
man among the'little wipI)leO of o..In
and fields. The dlstritsa, rurninlrly
rid, were de titl of bird life %'later
Aan been turned In In ghreflt qntiaTlltti.
changing the arid vialiejr Infu iaiisture
lands eoverrd \wth grtleat lheids oif cot-
tie. The irater is allo 'lve to still on
certain aecllons to fertillie thia i and
then drain oti to others. In Its wuak
bare ncoe elnloroluo nimlothers to jalltr
birds. They follow the water Ua It fI
moved and live and bared aloun the
Irrigating ditches until these ioilleys,
once almost desert, ae live with wa-
ter birds.
The group will show vurouns sperles
of wild ducks, the glossy ibis (nut tihe
nacred bird of Egypt). herons, oouts,
black terna. uorster's tornu, anvoetl.
ltilts, yellow headed blackblles iand
killdeer. q'hlese nmltal sound nllulaer;
but, with tie exception of the black
birds and black terni, lione ua the
birds Is found In the east. the acifllic
coast specie. all differing. The black-
bird la not a water bird, but It stays o
persistently among the weeds at the
water's edge that It sa characteristic of
the scene.
These birds are very shy, for they
have ant areas of solitude In which to
ve. Thi pnrtletlur rucomipnyl o
-O ranch Mr. Chilnnlau collected
material controls 14.00.U00 acres
group will be twenty feet long
eight feet high, larger than thu
ldd Virginia cout t group, which
the banner grunp of last year.
rah, located In the Sia Jonqunl
HeyS afforded a bmekgrotnnd of the
lt range piled imajestlcally ngalnst
horizon. Thia background, with
e green, level, water I Ucd Irrigated
ends in the foreground, s now being
lnted In San Franclseo by a local
artist famlliar with the color effects of
the region anhe he leanls of reprodue-
lng theo.
The second fine group will show cor-
mnorant on a rock as they swarm at
the CliT House in Ban FIranclsco or on
the rock off Cyprus point, at Monte-
%emy. Itather than try to reproduce
thei.i great rock, in miniature. It has
bpeg thought beat to show n section of
one, with the palaning shownlu the
great sea girt rock In the background.
mlae cormorant Is very much like a
large duck. A life size cororrant
head. painted by Mr. IFuerte. shows
the oalue of the blnl artists work in
such a case. The bird puffs out a bag
pun it throat. evidently for purposes of
J7ny. This bg,. a brilliant blue In
'' lf away in the dead speel-
tn tbo paltiug the only
dt fa rmups or mountain
y grouse was gathered
amid surroundings of
S dutiful mountain *cenery,
party went up to Pyrl-
v-da. An Island In the
It oft the elliau nrace,
oat fastneSe. of t.
SChapman counted
n ILt. The.
from their
Island, on
Ip. When
i brd weas
"st. It is
opble lo-

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When the Liberty Bell goes to St. this truly priicelylift, presented a;iu The exhibit space is compact and
Louis to be exhibited, it will be the to her majesty two immense pairs of symmetrical. An extensive balcony
itht time the historic relic has eer elephant's tu-ak. The official descrip. sweeps around four sldes of the build-
crossed the Misaislappi river. thion of these are as follows. Lng, supplying 100,000 i4uare feet of
Twenty glazlert are putting In the l-Pair of elephant's Itsk-, mounted additional space. The doors are if
window glass in the Palace of Agri. on a buffalo's head. carved In ebony, gigantic dimensions, 11 by it feet.
culture. The glass If in one piece, which Is supported on four griftill-. The st ucture has 17I trusses, the
would contain laiI,000 square feet. The tusks are supported higher up by largest span bring 82 feet in leiinttl;
There are 141,730 lights, each 18 by a crossbar of eloiny and erallinw un IWL toil i f iron and steel were iseid.
22 Inches. the heads of four figures representingt Tle ~ldiation building is of the
The work of applying the staff on some of the incarnations of Vishnu. Corinthian order of architecture. It
the Palace of Horticulture has begun. Ift shlilg from tue project ing etnd of is situated to thie left of the main
The frame work of this building was the crossbar to the usksa are two grit- I:luoiu. and this and the Elec-
raised in 18 working days. fins with two elephants under them, tri ity building are the only tto
'alifornia's ciminioners claim linking their trucks. Un the center liulldintia faclinz the grand basin with
that they will make an exhibit of of the bar Is a sixteen-ianlded figure the r-;cades and approaches to the
apples at the exposition that will of Shlie, istadingI ois the prostr.Iat ttrrrac' crownin the hill on whilth
rival illinois, Oho and all other ap- form of ant A ainuraii, or tir nd All theAr. hiilding stands. While not the
ple-prodlucing states, tliUl e aie eboony. largest itn i, Its posItion makes It
A Milwaiukee man claims to have 2 -P'ir of elephianlt's tusks, mtutnt- one of tie most conspicuous build lan
nlaented an aerial tricycle which le ed as ower vases e a of rose ti I bat h.s been called the main pi <-
will erxhlbit at the fair and win the lomil covered wvithl Hl y. The til-ks lure of the Epositoltn al ames &
1]O0,0 U pri.ze. Ii mnac-hln, is uu feet are smnted ,itt gol]d iad art ii- V'hung, f St Louis, .Lre the ar, hi-
long and 14 tret in diameter. It i twinled llb a PelilJ- vine in fruit, terts uf the structure. The building
to be ilupried by human power, iwrked l n gold. Tihe vases aire. fup fronts 2-'.i fr t on the thuruti I -
'Allmintllmll eters largely Into sti Piorted on two elePihat's head ctred f.,a of the expositllln The prlnci-p,
Makeup if thi. niarilneL. In ebony, and rising from uut of Zi anliances 4re on the axes of the
ItRaidi progre has been made in base of rock aniedlugle worked in bmllildin, and somewhat resemble ti e
the Illinuis building, It Is eling built ivory and elepih;ait'a teeth. Thl well known form of the triumph I
on a higli lill east of the Agriculture trunks of tile elepllants support a arch A liberal wie of architectural
lillitllI [g 'he frame work la already lotus of Ivory, on which Is rested a i oliture crlend a. festal character to


ip and the gr;lacfuml outlines of the goLden image of Luknahliet, the toddesa thLh otherwise somewhat severely
building may be plainly seen from of pruspelty v laslical exterior. The msreen wall
almostt any point in the western aecC- TITO FINE BIL lti.a 'm back of the Iolunnade gives oppurt.-
tion of the grlni.ldi. This week we 4publia i picturesof the "lty for a liberal display uf color as a
IVuitY tIHA. r IF STA'E*. Electricity and Eduatlion bulldinig. backgr*tind for the dlasic outlines of
Anbo., the priteles. trea ire.. coI The leclt cIty builoli l wva erectd4 the orinthian. columns, affording
priming the jbile i presents of tinuee by William Coldle and Suin, C'oupn,I liberal cope for the mural decorator.
Victoria, which have been sent to the contract price belng lItl. 40, Ie nterhior cIoirt follows bhe general
Atnerica by King Kdward of England The structure was pla nned by tl e;" tl"e of the buildinK In form and
for exhibition at the World'a Fair is clief archltectts of the Omaha e.- It 1le, and is laid out in the form of a

a wonderful Ivory chair and footstool.

L'hese were prtrsnted to the late
queen by the maharaj.ab f Tr.lsan-
The car ing on the rhalr and foot-
stool Ia a revelation of the possibill-
ties of art. The feet arc III the form
of lions' paws, and the arms termi-
nate in lions heads. The bark is in
the forn of a shell, supported by ele-
phants, rampant. The seat Is of ala-
baster, and the chair has a gold and
lilver tissue drapery around the uen-
derside of the frame, Hulashed with
taLsseaI and richly chased ormolu orna-
itenlts. The cushlons are of grren
velvet, embroidered in gold and slver
thread. Every outside part of the
chair is coveted with delicately
carved figures of men and animals.
This maharajah, not satisfied with

le sel. b-r Ue-wm a .*
Am*pilla byr rShahket.
y sh would the freeing point be
d 82 degree. and the bollng
212 degrees on the Fahrenheit
meter geale? Most students
that It inventor divided the
between thbse points into 180
a Instead of the simpler 100 de-
d'In the Centigrade syatemi
uodertand how this number
4hOenO. A writer thus ex-
mt0er was really invented
Newta- e started his
Seat of the hbuma body

a .* Tme a wet ag-
'4X1^sa TM-' kno AILP0"

plnltion. It is located oil the main I"'"i"i or garUen. I Is aio due.
central avenue anld folrmis one of the Sgated that this building, the roof of
leading elements of the main rexposl. which I pratlcall on a leiel with
tioe picture. It has a frontage of 1150 L- terrace of the Art building, could
feel toward the nurth anid 5I.5 feet succe*fuly utilied as a prume-
toward the cart, facllg the main la- nade'. a I1t a roof garden and restan-
goon. The design Is a bohld -liimnat- rant attacliment. The contract
ed treatment if the Cornt hian order. P1 ie of the Education building was
The feneslration Is bold and ap- i 3s, *t l.
proprlalt, ,ivl ng ample flight and
Substantial wall treatment. otn twol HIA\U .II:UL. COMPIEXIONS
sides of the buildill are loggias Air -iulled by tIIIng juny kind O pre-
whiLb add ileasinlg ttlaets of light p.n tmllimll T fill te pore-, ii tihe skin
and shadow. There are numerous 1 i hei,, w%%y to lsecire Ll.ler onimplet-
openings on the facades, euch a- ex- ,OI, tree (ruii .illuiiiic.. pUinpllh *
Ililbitor always seek In selectinKg Illrtcli. -t-. Is to keep IIte lier in
their exhibit spIce. The plan of the g,,iod i r.r. r ,n ucmiluiial i.,e if.
building lisimple Iand well treated. Iifrbn wll el al,.lie the btlel regt
sholuing anei ourt to supply as much etin e hi hi .l .nmd ,u .,t.thllhh .1 clear
xhlit space as is possible with the hea.lllity i-nllliplxnlll 5ae a ll drsig-
H2,U0Jl lquare feet of oour space. glts to

lody. which he called by the round
number IS, as the duodecimal system
W the In common u-. He divided
the paee between the tcrmi point
ad tl tempenrtureof the body into
12 polite an std that tht e bollan
point of water would bet 80, a.
the tempeatt monst be nearly three
time that of the human body.
When Fabrenoet took up the subjet
a few yean later be M d the Newton
nlatr munt, but. fIndin the scale t
fne enough, divided Mech degree ito
two parte and o matde meaute
24 parts lMlteefd*f X 'Psia it then
Useoverd that be emuld o a l
er Ce of col t tha' frseur, ea4d
tn a mttutir ofie and salt ar
atn* poaet be p f
tehteDa. ^ htei^^--d i

and bolllinae jater. o It will be no-
tiedL that this senle In Identically that
of Newton's only starting lower and
harln the numbers doubled.
It wes withthhi rwa-le that Fahren-
belt worked for a long time, but Banl
ly, fldlng the temperature dvllsIons
itll too large. be divided ech degree
Into four pnrta Multplying the num-
hers Just given by four the thermome.
er sle now In e result. .
The ebauc choke of Newton oft
insu 1 to present the
etermUied the present th ometer
eaie. e.a as the yard. t sad tiagh
ee oft ports of the ib
L.ttLe width ot a lae
ot byr h*-nts a

3 0 -1oooooooo

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which ha bea
in e for over 80 years, hs borne the sigrnatre o
f and has been made under hil per-
sonal superrbion it. n io4y.
C""-04 'Allowno one to deeeve you in thi.
All Counterfelt, Imitations and "Just-atgood" are but
Experlnents that trifle with and endanger the health of
tnits and Children-Experience against Experiment

COntoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, P
gorle, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It i. Pleasant. It
contalns neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcotlO
substance. Its a its grant. It destroys Worns
and allays Feverlahness. It crest -Diarrlaea and Wind
Colic. It reliever Teething Troubles, c'.res Conutipation
and Flatulency. It assitllates the Fool, regulate the
tomach and Bowels, giving healthy and tatitral Aleep.
The Children'. Paaaea-The Mother's Friendo


Bearo the Signsture of

The Kind You Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
slf ltnnm men., n u5.a nam.. fw see. eymes

A Death PietluL l Pi.ut.
That certnaln Innets, birds, mammals
and reptiles laubltully pretend to be
dend lieni danger tibretern them is a
well known fact, but It la generally be
Ilevedl that thls astratagem is resorted
to only by illmutllls. In South America.
hiloever. Iher Is plant-.a s[lealis to
ininuliUt- In hih lreorts to death frla f
Inlg. elidently fru the purpose of prr-
Ven.lln the grtila rati ii tl ti linlla l rinl
ealrilg It. In it untural slnat thil
plant nhas a vivid green hue. but dl-
Iretly IIt lu rlied by a humlanti sloUir
or by May ls llin anuilal It l.ilirs,
Into a ialigle oft Ial. eaIntly hdb!d und
with-red sateun Ltidon Globe.
fnnierr a.Id -.lea- .n .
WV. E illily oI d ne ut ltlobrit .ul
8terictsoai ualt found llns (riiLed dil
tresetii] bloot.e. lie wit noit aI 1'ultire
or n tIuinlii. tlhotuih hl hatd an tiunlip

loll to the wtlllole o htve li ot. hll

t lioe I lI I t w l felt'a or itf hillt;
hl,, lilst l II bl-lcrl erllplll I roul livr
taken the Itllth it my bund and buitled
It into Itln anei "

The samHuI bil who I1 taught to ,.-
lHeve tlnt thI drnloniltllr Is lie best
part if tlh t1irkey grow. upI to htuglni,
that hi wife always gives I to him --
New Yullk Pr['i'.

DIo \O(U %% \ NIT ) V\\VWN'
Feel ulti dhimeri i..,. cIhi.nig Ir the
hi.lne lack iI cine rtn. hiradacl and
terrl tl ii ,r'- i -1 t liar-*-c l lptoli s
In11.1 In- folksi.-l 1 h l ]id..nt n[ heldache,
high fr l i. r\ a.rl. nl.. i a ci.n-
di.:n nln ii. 'u n.l Hrliner
>t re, it 1:il 11 I tfir lt lhe' 11 a e g s
.t l.Il l,,, d tli'el i ]i ill \ork a Il, lr
ine il -Ie.,. J 1 .l.. ien Maiinihes-
r Kin ul" "1 tne iisd
grer.t 111l ntlut. [lr l.ine, lhr reter.l
tIr.u lli lh i 1laleim latllr ([fr n1t-
] Irl, nlill eii i. m r., ItLuci .chl i' hllihoul
ii ,nld I.T .1 llloe d-iarini ii tonic.
|i] r.- i u ll, ing .. 4ot" l S ~ at all
drnt gglmt. o

About iDel.tlie Girl-
I Inf mn ar.e the Selt oi the earth,
woitl dr e uind 1ubltIlly the sugar.
Salt ii ;i ii cessity "migar a luxury
I \' otem, ien ari e iltpter: stern men
ari- rock; nice nciln are table ntilt.
SOld maidt ;air brown oBugar; good-
o maturd maltron. are loaf sugar, and
Sprett) girs are fne pulleriad sugar.

Thnt*, nt .llihinm lit dditing a th.nig
llh.r i.. lll, L t all ihe S.ilv, you ef cr
h t l, imt-kliii \l inic. S.ilke is the
I.e-1 It a-att-i. jt Ln anld lire I turns.
Sorr,. (Ir.,te I ttt, Both-, Ukers,
Sla lFiee ... ;,l l l ll a d]'i ,r it" -italy
2c'm, LIuIl gea iiice. sutiiatitwin
W A \llel aJid Greo W Fisher,
dru ihi.t

More Than a


of Florida Capital guar-
antees this pure vege-
table remedy to cure
or money back- -


Cato rrhal affection of the
n al passages, bronchial
lben, lung kidney, blad-
der and stomach. Also



Consumption, or any dia-
sae of the mucuous mem-
brane .

)As a Tonic

t gives appetite, buld
up the liftem, banlihe.
that tired feelinr, make
the weak tronr *ldl

a wgS


i rs

Sea aaaeieiearuejr~S:-~

_ ~_~_


Mrs. Laura S. Webb.
mrCt-Cletbs li Snbelmahio.
I dedthe chang of life which
U as t appoechlng. I noticed Wins
o Crdul. and decided to try hot
Ut. I experience som rteli te
irst mi a, Ms I kept on taklng It If
Uhrea monU. and now I misum ut
wih no pain iad I shall take itol and
anoew until lhavepspudtheclnImx.'
Female weakness, diurdered
maenes, faniing of the snomb amd
ovarian trouble e do not we off.
They follow awouuan tothlehanimg
of ife. Do not w but tb k ul Wino
of Cardui now and avoid the trou-
ble. Wine of Celnlm n.r fails
to benefit a suffering 'tan of
any agef Wine of Cardul relieved
Mrs. Webb when she was in dn-
i". When youcoetoltbecbBia
of life Mrs. Webb' letter will
mean more to you than it dos
now. But you may now avoid the
Suffering se endured. Druggists
cell 1 bottle of Wine Crdui.


OTICie hereby given that iI F. Iob"lo-
ei io. .urlehiter oir ln Ciitlfttle N.Hw
UTdU d the iih dlit o- JUt,' A I) 11.11 Ias.
'hd gal" c"mrtfl il'. Luy olilt.e amend hs nads
*ppllilaItlon iif-ir E'x arul toe liut ac mdriing
tulaw, Brld crlnlente enb uRe lta* rolllw.-
In i tecribl property situated I Voluil.i
County, iridi, l,.wl tI I
aSt Ufl, Jol 4 o U.R. See I1r II T s uth.
Tb 1ihe dl la.nd beig ssa.,l edt 1 ti diate or
Of Vdale.inti. Unls wil cerltuiL'
she i..naneer .uh hl. ntlme
Deed will ieuti tborton on llU1th day of
November. Ai. I.
WtaHn miir itl ul Ina ure llnd aeit hil r

Sein h Iday or Oitolne, A B, 1iiT, nl
Clerk C iroCutourt Volusta ounm), Florulea,

TI*t 488B, LAWS OF V'tIOilHA.
NTICE is iitrebay uir n tHIa Mrn JaneMutn
e's lin 7th da oru Juin eA. Att ti. mlill i
iliotiot ttr ta.x dln. il Ii, stirlt Ircairimv..

aouny Irld oiiln aI,,L itn .
Ltot t1 N. Put UnOne. JaD& *
tle umnB osu '. iif'l In dh .mr
du, shajl be rude,.ud a Lieordiluiito mwfta
Ievuimber, A.D.1 I.
atdh d it O .iot iu. A... th
tall A'L D JIoRDAN.
clerk Ciruit Court. Volurnia Co.. Fi'
In Circuit Court. ti Judicial Circuit of FlPr-
idan in aI for YVoltiU County in ChaIn-
CL.aINDA DatSm. | |
D.VIf Iavs .
b'" ionanhat. J
IT ahesrioir lI, lb. niafflitn f t.1no Com'-
palummt iti a. e Lu, tu t ti. re.w-
dunLe or tIe defii.iinmita. .a. a W. I1. tio at-
United htatnti that tine deflinluimt, ilain Ba, Is,
t ovurthe U 0l Itwett-oine *n. Lin lmaia
tlerre la no prreun In lutS tate the ert lr' of
prce on w.iuln would tuiin delreiadanll.
orm Usa... be mL rt.iure i to apear to)
Ma Had ur uiriii-o A. I. utll. bei
2. 0t r I
".1. bill will lie tnmi mc cxmnroa~d by .i. do'
fendmitn iile tnpini will hve leive
to pLr'ed em-parI us araln illm.
t a7 firthcr otlnreti that third order lie pubi
nd Weiy NnDye. a *wwsul iulrwr IIiblisiWO in
L uly au Valuen And tatei o FlUId. i.
= Co e. IN toeLrit... Vo%.m Count, .
LoUldaH(Oabtds of ameptomijerA. fl.
Sail CleH Circuit CouLrt.
*ylws vast'. D.C.

Georgia Southern

AND Florida Railig

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Strain Affected Gen-
eral Health.

Doctor' Dosea We k-
ened Stomach.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
Dr Miles' Restortive Nervine brings ret
.ad sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out
with the aect and anxilttel of the sickroom.
Read the followia::
"I have alwa) been healthy with the et-
ception of m touch of rlheumatim since my
aLe Ients on up to the time of my husband
last iines tomse ste l ago 1 atllted mn
nurslit my husband for nearly three months
when he departed this lile and th mental
slIrm I think caused my trouble. Aside
riom extreme nersvoutau my tnrobie Irn-
mnaced wiLthore Ibtoat and neuralgn M)
phylsicdu gave m purtal vet doses waic.h
weakened m very mulh and n lstoniach
for a time seemed inective Mental Strain
and the dormant condtllin of nlsto nach
soon told upon my general heit. I haid
1itlle appetie and was soon forced to Isiy in
bed a sre r part of the time. Within m
week at er th time I beLgu, takin Dr.
Mile' Restorative NervhMe and Tuni. W...
up about the house. I continued tIler ue
until completely cured. My fallh I Dr.
Miles' Remedles has been s reithened by
experience of otherpeople, our daughter hav-
ing used Rei.trative Nervmie wlth splendid
esults in a. ame of psit. yll anIl friend to
whom I sent a box of the |ills re-
ports that sheba h been completely clred of
neursagia b their is. I know of a number
of other w aom yourmedcinehisheped in a
lsse deAree I wish you continued successs"
-Ml. FAC Cor AN, Doaytnm, Va.
All dn rug ll II..l and uanantee.. rs bo
lie Dr. Mie' lRemedtel Sead lor free book
in Nervous and Heart Dmsea.i. Addes.
In. hlues Medical Co. Elkhart, lad.

To thl Cuditorsi LIIIIatea. tIstrlbulte.. aind
all eran.s Haimlng ClalmI or utemuand
Against tlheEltat.f -Frant AA.WShlmer.
YO' 0r hertb, na utlel4 to prr-ant I nn
Y io intlu. wh.iet "%, ,Tm e siieag ainst
the e tastee ur F rnuCL A. W, .liinrr. deeAed,
within ltue llu te remribed h) law. tnowtl
Within to W r frn tet r tils tlre.
ur the sme will he- barred.
salt I.e F. Ii. HAZZSI.
WiOlNA S. NA Eta,
xcciator.s amid Trustee.
T'hI SepO I |.1A I. VSw

0uA11'iliI 41SB LAWS uF FI, )f-

at ad ctoj IT an
MOTICE Isbi Kie lV.n. hat Wlin. Fanis.

.plimnllon fur iied lto sue ua unour.

in Jan..r J. nt ralol
i 1 e w l s ili eii Nra b .
Wollwine i t rllrd pror, itaIUN n Iln Vl

esa.A i.iu Oci, l il,,Wrd .a, iu sii .
L.ail. Sui or nej oCf I I tSas I' Il Soutih,

l. Iki.c...l uour il. l u I l,. .. O. in.

ihall Ifirtui.rr Surdlndi tJul. ldaw irt
will l (iiu t liounu f lit lt i.d] l h laym Notrunber,

IEdn eenru Smur, Sien Jude l ulrc imlt
I an sl f Iht O lu e abuauntyhl F el rid, I.n
I r appearing bi the ailu du it uir the coin.'

i oiul tt n ie ab o caus tjat the rJ .1.

diet r thes efonddnt, owr LAtOretn, iIs t
aliIotl unkinu but I belrrin ed th be wl
I mthe Und aimnl. nl, atl ted vidil, dwii

Urten. iso'r thl aoe ole tw niyire s ume .
d t t t uh s u meriti Ii as li an te nlin d
r Li..Lof iontson whiom would tlu tr e

i t midi. nit.
.lenue.I Edw. a reelo a al he iulumdvd
r baire th nit Moiluyl"I IonuIIr. A." i

Ot Ib of lt her y m iven w h eo r Jle wod
I, thiekoOLd da) otI ul. Laa. h-
Tiy (h id ls eidInt. *aid tih leonPLHimbinmt
will me IoB t plroed st i lIIsI t H a iit
...ia t ...anbe.e .
It is furtherordered that 1115 onrdr be pub'
TeLad In calt cotb try lu dnataoof
Wilen. my mianmi d esal onr sd coar at

the ert lusein UeLnd VuOcll n Count,

rl lerkCircult tut.

Vauccton, t e 1Asll, ngage to A im o..
ClHAPiE 45888 LA Sd OF FLtB-
In OTIt I hereby gorn ilh it Codrn.
to or o ito min ao Cnca No. BI,
Jabtd me d ab1 June. A.ll i n, baad
Cold als cer.itate In my n.Wo and a.l
anIe m.phlctidalo t u*insed t ue in. a-
cordiepo 'ital1mw Said "coflcate A!b.acta
Voluia c7u1ly. Florida. 0-wit.

DI 1k It a y moL Heli.
The -ad hand being *lei-d atteDateao
o Hn. n W Limi u is.sid certitoato
Vill is terono te bdayo 1 oves-
A. D.
Wi.e .y u, otal. inatar and ce thisn
t. mt day of Oo fer, AL 1. O
01r 1roult COtta n tml.l sty, Fi6.

WThe *I.c t.o
Lily-Well, did you ;;e Dart Ts It
true? is lIme realty enagd to him or
Is It only Idle rumor?
Nellie-Thiem Isn't word -f truth
In It. I bad a long talk with her aM4
told her of the .e. Wbo are jRt wIl
about m.. and she ner a. a seWord
about him.-Brooklyn Lif.t

"Corn., der. hims my oel d make
p." she *aid forgvlngiy.

1'll kio It bC e swfld. "Wat I
doeat tlk It wan af moW R -Rning

Tbhn ft so *.Ito n heL.
a.' den tM ladder ot ft `
wnd felo: oort lt lhb.m
mld-AtNOR @s".

W. IIb. thlet of lb. wood .rm r-ut he
hvI, 1 I..Th sT VEYS FiR CAh have
L B I lud ta
WV .. aifqs~tusois rcmnd rarwtieAceae.ta
RIFLES, hom Sa3.00 $1I0.0
PISTOLS, ioa a.0s M 0.00
SHOTrUNSnm 7.10 30.00

J. Stevens Anns & Tool Co.,
P.O. BOX 30M1


A AoI,*l. S Florida East Coast RP

The Monkey LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28, I1
Who Wal Not Observing .OUT-OUNBoRNA DOWN. mouO U.l l

Mumbo snd Jumbo werr two gay
monkeys who had a reputlati in the
Juunle of being sports" who loved rc-
iDK andl climbing and tall swinInlg and
cocoanut throwing ontests aind all that
sort of thlng. Once they bad beau
present at a horne race, which so er.
cited Mumbo that ton reaching bhome
be teialleuged Jumbo to beat hil il.
lust such a contest. Each was to get
one tof hi foutl footed friends tou at as
honse without telling the other which
be chose.
MumLo, who counted blmself a very
cunnlon fellow, uhous Mr. Cuael, and
after uanl flattering words of praise
Sfor his speed in crossing the desert.
persuaded him to be ridden In the race.
Jumbo, who never said muth, but did
much thinking and kept his yes open,
gOt Mr. Giraffe to be bhi tl.

---- -- .- Mr. Lion was chosen because of his
"1T GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT" ki Inglike being to act as the Judge.
a Both mounted their racers and trot-
\I\hen Pd.. lI r irritat ob ,,.t, on a...y ot tel to the line.
art o the lu. Ballarid St.w Ldimme, t i ll give "Ha- hat I shall win!'' cried Mumbo.
lrom it relief, "'It es right to the looking at Jumbo' horse. "Who Can
,p.' *.it an ud old a wi) was ru b- _V
lung it in, to crne Il,, riheun in c ..
It Siulth. Pripr Smith House. Trn-
.la. Tre.., rne "'"I have used Bal-
l.ird' Snl w L .inimrnit in nly amily ur
-rdral e)tr,.. .il lih., h rlnid it to b- a
lIv renld fir ill a:l he anil pair. and .
i "rnoiaillenl it l 1alng ii die ihrath d S
Ain c ti- ;- SoC and $f1, at .ll
.I Brl-ti 10 i

Creek Moe...
We learn that the nose of Socate
was not CGrek, but asch as Greek art-
lsat usually assigned to utnyr. Ocea-
lonnlly. as In a beautiful group or a
satyr playing dice with a nymph on a
bronme mirror. they gave autyrs anoth-
er kind of nose. The noaes of the la-
dies lu the Tanegra terra cotta ar of
all .areeabli orders of noae, not nec.I
lerily Greek The chance. ore that the
Oreek. varied as much as we do In
their nose. while the traditleo of their
art preferred the cetonveioal straight
nose. In the same way the kind of no-
mans who had their portraIt. done on
cuinl and gemn were Just the sort of
enerIgtic, conquering people who have
Romnn noses everywhere, like Wlliam
of Oran.e and the Duke of Wellington
--London Saturday Review.

The Lftter. Cades aMok.
A clrcMintantiall flih store i tol0 Ob
the London NewS. The captalu of Ith
steumer Benalder of Leith. oo a voyapg
to China, tbrew a bundle of old letters
overboard In the Mediterranean. Some
Spanish fishermen of Abulla Dear
Cartagena. later caught a large Ofh
and oO opPnitgr it found a bundle of
letter Inilnde. They took this to the
mayor, who managed to decipher 10
one the name and address of the super-
Iltendent of the stpolnlbhip line In Lon
dou and tlil to restore the letter to
iheIr owner.

For Inhnts annd hil ldn.
The Kind Yoe Hve Alwan s B0ft
aeara the
igntur, of 7 S

It's For You----
It s For You!


The Great Health DrinkI

Dispend at all Sedl IOsalal 5

METTO Syrup 1i put up
for mixing with Ice water
in the Summer time and
with hot water In the Win-
ter time. Bpecially adapt
ed to family use, either as
a beverage or table drink,
taking the place of tea,
coffee, .

Prlce for Syrup: 4 Pint,
2c. 1 Quart, 75. 1 Gal-
lon, 81.35. 1 Gallon, Wif0
Direction; T w o table
water. Coets ic than o.

Trical Intactu inu puiy,
W. B. DueO .
Bold by 0. W. P142W

So with sueh a long neck as that to
carry? And, bealdes, I have heard that
to win a rac one must 'bump' himself.
and my camel Is lust the oue for that.
Don't you ee bhi hump?" ild he as he
nearly slid of wRhen the camel moved.
Jumbo smiled. He knew a thing or
two The starting word wal given.
Down the race course they came at
full speed. Mr. Camel was lumping
himself bravely. Mr. Giraffe puf fn
loudly. All the aulnmal cheered. When
they reached the iet. lap Mr. Camel
was ahead. M.ullbo grinned with Joy.
"I shall witi. su.'r! he cried. -I knew
it" But Just as they reached the tape
Mr. Giraffe stretched out his long neck.
tuck o11t ill long tongue, touched the
tape lrst Alnd ion lthe race.
"tJumbo i.' '" cried tbhe udAe.
*"Tulu'.t filr." whined Mumbo. "I
never thought of his neck."
"It Is best to keep your eyes open,"
cared the erowd.
I think thfy told the truth. Don't
roa--Plttaburg Dispatch.

An Anoimil 1tory For
Little Polk.

The Rabbit's Suggestion

"Is that the same hat you wore
Easter?" asked Mr Rabbit of Mis
Hippo, who was going to attend the
theater with him.
"Yes." answered Miss Hippo; "tbis
Is the amnie laat and lua't It beautiful?"
"It I. indeedd" replied Mr. Rabbit.
"But don't you think that It would b-
Car prettier If you had a little rabbit

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Theme Time Tables how the imps awht h trains ma tie onetodtO a*rrIina&d
from b. s trant Sttlamios bt that, mreflr i ordtplerur..t ti.ti stated ilsol iat sra
Sd p tit op holfd itall rponilbl. of St, ddi.or Far oonainn s la

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For eopy of Looh Tim a InorC allon uddr.i s*a Agunts
J. D. REAMn, AZt. nL. P.. Ag*nt.. ST. AUGUSTINU. PL.

Are You Going North or West?

Modlena Thahilnni cr lsi Plaia iprto. ap--ba tt (C~Inohes, ree Itefinin- Chear
All AaI'n 3ell r thru r titrk; e vir~ L. I N.
Fir rteale. irldul Ieea sIleoping urre wrvaCtliou apply to
Florild Passeoae r slt
C. L..STONE G. P. A., 2W West Bay St., Jacksonv.,
Louisville, Ky.

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F you are looking for reliable shotgun am-
munition, the kind that shoots where you
point your gun, buy Winchester Factory
Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with
Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded
with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.

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0OOOOOOooo00 oooooooooooooo Tax Collector H. P. Douglas of Day-
s Local and tona .was in neLand on business Mon-
o 0 day and Tuesday. Besides being tax
g Personal Blrefkl 0 collector of his rthving little city,
ooo0 ooooooo0oooooooooooo oo Mr. Douglass does q.Jte a real estate
Miss Bouchelle arrived from North business and cares for property owned
Carolina Tuesday evening on a visit by non-resldentsa He ls one of the
to her relatives In DeLand. smot popular and best known Repub-
llcans in Volusia county.
Mrs. Allle Wilson, who spent the-
past tAo ye Wisn, wo Msshusett e The friends of Miss Mary Little will
past two years i assahusett re reaty reret to learn that she is se-
turned to DeLand on Tuesday. / irealy regret toll-ark hat hn e-
---skuly sic at P.11-Clark Hall. the
Miss Elenor Hutchinson returned on Episcopal school for young ladies at
Tueedfiy Jom Orlando, where sit.- as Orlando, Her father, Rector Henr3
attendinAIe Pell-.larke C 'i W. Little, went down yesterday to be
School. IkR IJle turned Se witbgs daughter. We hope for her
on account ilckneali a speedy recovery.--Ocala Banner,
Mrs. John A. Bradley, who spent West Pa Bec ast week C.
the past two or three month. with I e am ah t e
relatives InGeorgia, is expected ome A. Hodges and Ralph Tiffany, for.
relatiy. merely of DeLand, were Baptlsed and
today. became members of the Baptist
F. C. Fargo, wife and daughter ar- church at that place
rived in DeLand Saturday from In- -
dianapolie and registered at Melrose. The Ministerial Association of De-
Mr. Fargo, who is superintendent of Land resumes its Monday morning see-
the American Express company, re- L rons next Monday at 10:00 a. m. at
turned to his duties the first of the the usual place. Election of oicecro
week. Mrs. and Miss Fargo will for the ensuing year will te taken up.
spend the winter In DeLand, going to and It is important for all members
the College Arms just as soon as it to attend.
opens. Mr. Fargo will visit them at C. A. Pickard and family expect to
different times during the season, move to Jacksnmvllle next week or
the week following. Mr. Pickard, who
Rev. J. S. Axtellof the Presbyteh hashad charge of theSt. Elmobakery
rian church is to preach next Sunday for several years, will go into the
evelrngat the M. E. church, South. grocery business with a brother in
A cordial invitation is extended to all Jacksonville. Mr. Fudger Is now ad-
to attend and and hear him. vettleing for another baker.
St. Barnabas Episcopal church, Sun. About 1i0 persons gathered at the
day, October25--10.04)a. u..children' home of Mrs. W lccle. on the
service; 10:15, Sunday school 11.00 ulevard Friday evening to attend
a. m., chore service, with ermun; the reception given by the Young
8:00 p. ., evening service, with ad- Poples Union of the Baptist church
dress. All are cordially welcome in compliment to the students of the

About ten couples attended the
dance given at the Putnam Friday
night, under the management of
Messnr. O. C. McElroy and J. Hall
Brumsey. All report a most pleasant
evening. It is to be hoped that these
little affairs will be given frequently
during the winter season
Rev. Chas. H. Fulwood, .D., will
here October 31 and November I to
hold the last quarterly conference of
the year at the M. E. church, South.
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University. A most pleasant eveuner
was passed in playing games, In con
versation, disposing of the nice re-
freshnmeni, anld voting Mrs. Eccles
the most charming hostess.
liMr Dr. Fisher Is visiting cousins In
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. F. L. Moffatt has rented the
Waverley hotel from Mrs. Mary L.
Drake and will open the house shortly,
Misses Erma and Amy Mann left
the last of the week for New York

AnT UU.iCess session iS It H on ui e (:,ty, where they will spend some time
evening of October 31. P'reacbhig by a the guests of their uncle, Col. W.
Dr. Fulwood on Sunday. This will d'Alton Mann, editor of Town Topic .
complete his fourth year on the Jack-
"sonvllle District Conference. His r.Marven of Paltka has accepted
friends will regret to give him up. the position of cashir in Dreka's de-
partment store, vice Miss Ned Stack-
Attorney James E. Alexander-at- house, resigned. Miss Stackbouse Is
tended the political rally at Fort soon to accept the honorary position
Pierce, Brevard county, on Tuesday, of assistant general superintendent in
and addressed the assembled multi a smaller establishment.
ru.. --- Superintendent Fish visited the pub-
Mrs. add Mrs. C. J. Anderson come lie school at Brooks, Flowers, sifers
up from Jacksonville the first of the Lake, Clifton and Spring Garden on
week. Mrs. Anderson Is ilsitlng her Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday
parents, Mr. and Mras H!.B. Austin, Mr. Fish left for New Smyrna, Hawks
while Charlie has returnedlto his du- Park and Osteen, to make onlcial
ties on the A. C. Line. Charll is now visits. He reports all the schools as
saitu'ctorof the new throurifreight, flourishing, and the enrollment good.
-.I Port Tampa to Jackson W. C. Cannons retunr.Ud on Widnes-
S 'w s train-called the day from Kentucky,' three he pur-
Ste trip chased about thtsty-tnead of horses
&ZA w j and mules. The stock came In Wed-
Sx Baond, Wrto needay morning. Some of the stock
North, and is as nae as any ever brought here.
Hend the last 0. 0 Panningl t Is town again. He
has Just returned from a book-delh-
a---r ewing tour of Alachua county.
r returned from ------
of the week. School Stationery at Bril's.




Beautiful Pictures WOR,, So

Just as you might expect,
you can get them if you

Come at Onee.


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The Presbyterian church invites and
welcomes all to Its services. The
Sunday school meetsiat 10 and wUll
study "The Psalm of Blessings" next
Sunday. The theme of the sermon at
11 a. m. will be, "Teachings from the
Marsh Bros. deal in the Best Flori-
da Meats. Polite attention. Quick
Re. R. J. rson and Mrs. Francre
Maring were among the home-comer*
on Wednesday. Mr. Carson spent the
summer in the East a d Mrs. Maring
ln the West.
Mrsn.. 8. Kruse who was very 111
the firt of the wc:k, was taken by
Mr. Kruge down to St. Luke's hospital
In Jacksonville for an operation.
News was received last night to the
efect that the operation had been
successfully perormed.- Mrn. Kruse
will be confined In the hospital for a
month or longer.
Mr. and Mr A. D. W-'.lde are
pected down from Rw ister today.
Mis Amelia Lawrence is expected
down fro Evam ille, Ind., to occupy
her hoBm o Micbgan avenue.
Mr. Btrinfellow of Oainesllle, a
ephew of J. I. Alexander, entered
Btetaoa-Unlversity this week.
The Cranford Ulub wa entertained
at the home of Mrs Taylor
Wednesday afternoon Mrs Roa cap-
tared the At prfe. Mrs. W. A. Allen
will patertan the club at iti net
meeting, wen the pfotlcacn will be
graclomly permitted to eosmpeti for
the seu. '
Vml Hibbart celbrated the fith
*,i al ofbRes brth with a aty


The news leaked out on Monday
that, about five weeks ago, Roy L
Davis and Miss Lily Swift, the daugh
ter of Mrs. Clara P. Swift, had been
quietly married in Jacksonville. Mrs
Davis left the first of the week for
Birmlngham, Ala.. to Join her hus
band, who Is in buslneas there.
Miss Swift and Mr. Davis were en
gaged and were to have been married
this fall. MiU Swift went to Jack
sonville on a purchasing expedlitlo
the latter part of September ant
there met Mr. Davis, who was on his
way from DeLand to Birmingham to
engage In business. They decided
that It was really too had to make it
necessary for Mr. Davis to come back
to DeLand for his bride, so they se
cured the license and went to Rev. W
M. Hoage, who quietly married then
in the presence of a few friend. Mrs.
Davis telegraphed her mother, and
both wrote their intimate friends
away from home. Mr. Davis then
went to Birmingham and Miss Lily
returned to DeLand. How the mat-
teo wra kept a secret for tie weeks is
a m tery, and not even her most in-
timae friends in DeLand knew of the
mar i age until this week.
Mr. Davis .s the son of Jefferson
Davis, whose family located in De-
Land this fall. He has been a real-
tent of DeLand for three years, at-
tending John B. Stetson University.
Miss Lily Is the daughter of Mrs.
Clara P. Swift, and has spent nearly
all her life in DeLand. She is a most
lIvable little lady, and has hundreds
of friends here, all of whom will join
THE Nrws in extending congratula-
lMiss Noble Bird was married on
Sunday at the home of her parents In
West DeLand to J. H. Nolen of Litho-
nla, Ga., Rev.J. E. Mickler perform-
ing the ceremony. Mr. Nolen, who is
a carpenter, is employed on the Col-
lege Arms addition.
The Epworth League of the First bl.
E. church will five a reception on
Tuesday evening to members and
friends of the congregation. Come
and enjoy a pleasant evening. A mu-
ical and literary program will be
At the First M. E. church, next Sun-
day, the pastor will preach at 10 a. m.
on "The Greater Fault," and at 7 30
p. m. on "Followinl a Vision." Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.; Epworth
League, 6.45. A cordial Invitation to
attend these se vices is extended to'

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The Atlantic coast Line will sell
round-trip ticket to Jacksonville, on
account of carnival week for one fare
plus 25 cents. Military companies
and bands in uniform will be given a
rate of I cent per mile each way.
Call on Marsh Bros. for the Best
Florida Meats.
The sidewalks on the west lide of
the Boulevard, north of THE NEWS
olice, are in very bad condition, and
hold water in wet weather. They
should be attended to at once.
There are now 26 prisoners confined
in the county jail; 23 are serving out
sentences and 2 awaiting trial. The
county road Mang is at present work-
Ing on the Boulevard, North of the
city limits, pinestrawlng the ruadand
chopping down weeds. The work is
being well done.
Stove and fireplace VWoud-Order
left at Ryland & Sparkman's or the
White Front Grocery will receive
prompt attention Emery Baldwin.
There's a snap In DeLand. It will
be found mentioned in .MtElroy's ad
this week.
Trespass notices--printed on cloth--
for sale at thia omce
Professor Baldwin and Rloy Hamlin
were around the first of the week In
the interest of a lyceum course, to be
conducted this year under the aus.
picer of the Athletic Associaioun.
The ollicers of the association are
considering the propositions of the
Alkahest Lyceum Bureau of Atlanta
and the Dixie Lyceum Buzeau of .la-
per, Fla There will be four enter-
tainments given, all of first-clasH tal-
ent. The price of admie-ion to tihe
four has been set at $1.I5 to those
who take tickets In advance, or 50
cents for each entertainment

indley returned home 'riT'e leItration 1 I t the )DeLand ('Clarged Iith Burning Woods.
e week from England, Ipub: c hl hool Ini il tnuluers 233.. wh ich Eugene Knight, a white man living
it the summer night- is jJ"t ahlicad of the same time last near Haw Creek, was arrested on
ye t -- Monday by Deputy Sheriff Edwards on
na Spaldint, teacher Hrill has just received a bran new a warrant charging him with sottlng
ano, may be consulted lot if choice Candies. flre to the woods, and was brought to
e, 111 Michigacn ave. --e DLand for preliminary trial. The
sres Lor chil intidr le W.Vork is hein pushed on tIhe <('l- charge was brought by Dan George
nging and piano pl"Y- Ie Arms hotel. There 1-1- lit t, ,d B1il Clifton. Knight, who owns a
of woril, to( do iefortr I, l .tl it-I Iw acres of land and several thous-
of the Southl Florida rrI) fir ." 1-r11;I. T I. i syhift.aare and head of sheep, Is charged with
, Orldndo. ias been in i.oa being wourk. ., .111 those in charge liurlnin off the land to make pastur-
lys putting up the IH e are exertiin every efrlrt ini t l the age for his sheep This the cattle
c College Arms hutel. hotel in time for an earli opening. owners uobect to this early in the sea-
.e Quest nf C' ril flap- We uindlerstand that Mlr Somers de- ton. It is not stated who owns the
ral days. sires to open the hotel about the first land claimed to have been burned.
of I)ecember. Knight gave bond for $100 for appear-
iU l.ins his fanlly atn-
Sinuneehik. famy t- Flinh Card hiil. New gift ance before the next term of court.
I. tli neck. Mr. .J)n- clriich Cards at Uills. New gift
iclUn. Illtle tune there 'I n
ally home with himn. Brief History or Adells C. Joy.
----o i lro. h.ave l) acre, li I The fo)]owing is taken from the
-enn onn wtilili tinlt ale now feeding
.. *O.*@r tine drol es of I,.f cattle. All the Davenprt (Ia.) Democrat of October
Obeef il .red ',a n le in their market I .
b.f d Ar no ,e ended with the death of
Sis felt utn I~ Let ealntS, ,-i peas, etc., Adeila i.' Jy, Sunday, October 11.
CI> (ALI.ED aild roper[l fa ttrned before being She wa hlorn February 2t, 1844 at
abliitit hreai. Tel1 .it i thPue pit in K-innebunk, Me., the dau bterof Rev.
Scold str r.l.e .ind -I.tnld bIefore cut- Amariith and oul a Dweiey Joy. Her
tir,. Tlls C'-ollnts fir the excellent In',malte relatives are a sister, Mrs.
'nd tenderness our gr.,oe f usei.t oits et for sail- at this [ngle larkr., and a brother, W A.
- mrket. o .I f F'rankfrt, Mich. The funeral

closely re-munble, yeling thick. A Ielletin, i of the I,1 l.tid liille
en. Lut It as Bat line, nutty S sprlrin.nt .,i.tinn will
tflseir n, noticeable in the flesh bi t.-'i at tli- schooll Ioulsenext Tues .
of ornli-fed iigs. It is good d'v *afterniin at .1 o'. ik, This a,-
ro.astd or broiled and brings ucilationl as tts i:ue Judnllcates, is
for', expresslonsi of pleasure tlyii""i to e the asl ho'l, it
front those who partake of it. grounds and co-eniences 'Vhs uill-
cers are: tPresi, knt, Mrs. 0, A. Dreka.
AI Aice Ipr-Ilirldent, Prolf. A I hnttis; ec.
SK rotary, Mrs. .. E. Coen. All .i troIns
ON and friends are urged to atLenil their
THE CORNER meeting nexr uesrnay.
"0 0S 000S0S 0 O.0M I. MOI l I ItS
h \io h tll k lp 1,,ir Aildren u i
DILand has been posted wi th ham l. oUd b- Ill,. iltii" ul I Iior "te i1 i
Ing announced entsa of J.ra-konvh]i],1 ylll'M.i i t rI irlin. ,l d i .i11.. C IlicinI
carnival week. Everybody and his i it11 i'. I c n \ \L t iiL iic i l I
brother will go to Jacksonville to see ithe hibil .i1, lo-.t .ni 1i- gem' dige:-
the sight-b ut most of the gentle-" I n 'irt tu 1liir il. d dli e
men will .o for a high tlme, lea ing t Ln igo .1nd tiln' r UI healt hy
the ady members of the family at no .' '"-l, ti ll y
home. Wnd iott. ..s .t all 'Iruggtlt 10

1,tri will I.. held at the residence
of Mrs l.itrker.l18 last Tenth street,
Vidueiesdy .turnooo, at 1:30 p. m.
Sern Icev pri' ate.
Mies .Ioy was educated in Ohio at
the GJraiiville seminary. For 25 years
ae,, Was faoloLarte prlnci al at Mt.
ia roll, I11., Iil the o.ung adie sem-
nlary, established and conducted by
irs. F. A W Shimer. For the past
Ii\ yeau, she han been a resident of
DeLand, Fla.. killing a daughter's
place in the home of Mrs. Shier.
'unir months ago. she came to Daven-
port In enfeebled health, beyond the
help of loving hearts and hands. Her
memory will be cherished by bots of
iorrow ng friend, whose tributes tes-
ticf to her rare executive ability, her
high culture, her unswervlng truth-
fulilnrs, her devotion to duty and her
ielf.-lenyhliig loyalty to those she spe-
cially cherished.
Till. family oif H. B. Stevens, who
l.ntill tIhI -lli..iner in Ohio, returned
home the trst of the week. Mr. StBeV
eni went to Ohio for them.

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SRenant y one half Our stock ls better than ever,
A .LtlhatglitteP isnotgold' Remna nnd we shal i every effort to
A Imply e that tandi we shall every efort to
psml blymeansthtthige .... i Curtain, malkeprogress from time otime.
S ae not always what they trice M oo: 0 wnowt. I Pretty patterns in Extra Vast,
eem," admanytimeayon 1 pair Multin Inuied Curtains, .an the rice will81 t hunt-derwe
have a .ond thing not u epro pa" NI. A3 S H 1.0, pric2. each Sa.m U.nderwear ar
Sarnti no ber r Ntt r. No. 4,. Price for young men in blue and whit,
vatetd. Expesrien a tnd obier ti r $1.4. s oft and nice, 1.00 tbe aneat.
ration have taught us that it in It pair Nottibgham, No. 44, price Extra ood t nderwea. A=
Business. policy to be Fair ind ,i 4l.1.1; for 75arh. rln llliw d igtbt hi.rt Ual
Square in every transaction. To ura -oly,eam Drawer., 1o,. Me' T es .
be reliable is an enviable rprta- o .
b reliable i. a nvible prepptu- 1 pairCurtains. No. 124*. price and Collar., a hundred or more 0
1 tair Curtains. No. 1ta-, prie $ patterns 25 and 0 Mc. M alf
lion. We make no mlrepren- r *1.48. troh .25 atd e MShes' lSaf
0a pir Curtain. No. 7 price ,re Shirts, Hats, hes G lose.,
Station--st lost it is never 0a 10 air urtn N *2, pr cept., in faca our Men's Der
intention to do so-and if yo 1-2 a0 *; S $Jpr. e00 meant in lne.bape and we ecor
o c2urta farn 6 Law a, ii ment is In .fin shape, and we c
o dissatisited we mTake foo 1 afor e. on o. 1413 dially invite you to call. No one
e overy laim. We offer th Curtan only, No. 13, price 2.0i will importune you to buy. Yes
k ".eus brgu in oddl f.rc. will be very at to mee
and sde I pair Irish Point, price .; now rends here, as nearly eve
ai odssid $ to goes to DIreal's. If eve
tenants Black DreM Goods; ne- I curtain, No. 1001, price town, write fJrsamp .
half price; I to 5 yards. .; for 7s Order epa ent pro
Remnant. Vanec Dress ood$ one- Y,,li bory I you fall to ot aroful attention. Ree ,
aYoC Drd.. .r- lyYou'llby.r I u all to fo careful ak tlOn. We IL
hlf price; It p bargain a By Back AnythlBO We Bl.l

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E' onom-- iuestio" n of lonnimy on the
EConorny | ce S bill rI ts.I ..-ui ate or-
L ibly to every housekeeper, as
in the well as to bultchers, groce"s,
in the cafes, druugist. restaurant*, and, i
fact, to every one who consumes ice
in his home or business. Numerous
use of tests and careful experiment l have
resulted in the discovery nf the AT1IN
ITE PAD, which, when placed in your
ice box or the Ice chamber of your re-
frigerator, will reduce the consump-
tion of ice 15 to331 per cent. The
SPAD is l an ingenilous little dIvice, the
simplicity of which Is one of Its great-
eit recommendations. All you do ie
to place it on the bottom of your Ice
S* PC E N! chamber with the Ire restine upon It

Bigelow's Hardware Store.

lto(, -1oJ,

E have just recelied a inc line of Pancy Groceries.
The cntile list would take up two columns of space
to our Crackers and Biscuits in Packages. Among
them are
Kennedy's Oysterettes, ZI-ZIs,
(Cliese Saidwilhes, Biutter Gemns,
SBInqiL t WYaflrs, 5 O'clock Teas,
Gralilt l1 ll'eiers, Etc., Etc.
S Among our File ('lClnned Goods inay Ib mentioned:
Willbrl lDmii1,ledl arri Pens, Biutteru-Nul Pens,
I' ('ufnrrii ln Slrawierr) HBeeft (herr, t its,
irLmn Colliir Proieh. WI.lIrt Beans,
Pefllr, Eftr., tle.
We havir moIIe flne Florida Honey and Eddy's fine Extracts
Call and se us.
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Miss Josie L
the lfrst of thi
where she spel
Miss J. Luce
of vocal and pi:
at her residence
fue, East. Clae
rudlient tof sa
ing a specialty.
Mr. Johnson
Machine Works
town several dd
escapes for th
His soi was th
persett (or seve:
Editor Johnlt
Asndheil, N. CI
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Stbptr t.r-Mr. Mile.
her western trip last

ton was given a
.*prlse party last
adg by some of her
hte er birthday.'
ere in order, after
j freabments were

a.n ,ldb aunt will occur.
lpla little cottage before
t/ aIM bhe vewy glad to have
it OthU again, and trust
S llt bring health and com-

aew meat market will soon be
t lt lake Helen by Paul Long.
Ailliadsof meat and ash will be sold
at the market at very reasonable

enut Waiver is painting Mr.

Mace invited some of
Midt la to help her celebrate
W fhday last Friday evening.
J a k; anm Stmr were over,
m croam and cake were
SMrs. Mace and Miss Melza
SM. Mabon is havingthe hotel lawn
er*ntiald In ine style by an expert

We have been wondering if friend
Ward Gould will ever repent of the
*1a.w he made while hanging the

Mie Bwerdfeger is with us once
Sl tr for the winter. We trust she
IbS some swet sonR for us; we en-
jtIed her MAglnhifo mucb last year.
Sshaemr arrived from New York
ltay for the winter. This
Be. hi fifth winter spent in
o. aufer Is a true fol-
ofir lak Walto, and thinks
t~ e Is no place lie Daytona
i n has beat his record
-ay f ashing. Thursday fore.
i caught twenty-four ash, as
light trout, five base, five
lapr, four blue ish and two

Null hassevered his conuec-
J. H. Nlver & Son and will
i tomato culture at Fort

tg was quite a loser by
high tides the past
data tram the old wreckage tw
abve town mnst'have knocked
a ps pler and the action of
otr ed off two sections of
t addition. Mr. Keating
Schanel 18 feet deep more
blf ormed at the former
Ethe pier. It seems that
I~i re work had not yet
making the extension
da damage than other-

1 catcher, New York
f laed the Breakers
e manager and
uear ad Fox La In
Sai. He han a
au a suc-
e painters have
wl il non be


I Orange City
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Orange City, October 21.--Myor L.
B. Roberts shipped about CO boxes of
praore and grapefruit last week. He
thinks fruit is fully two week e r r
this year than last.
Mns. Martin of Eat Orange City
ha bee In Rader.. Ala., for six
weeks, where she was called to attend
her daughter who was very Iil with
typhoid fever. She Is better now and
Mrs. Martin will return home this
Mrs. 8. C. Fuller returned from her
visit at DeLand Saturday'and left for
Smyrna Sunday evening to make a
visit with her children and friends
Ben Thuraby 'and Willie Wheldon
are painting the Bolo, putting it in
shape for winter visitors.
The hotel here is movlnr along very
slowly for the want of men to work on
Mrs. Wt. Laws left for sanford
Monday for a visit. Mr. Laws is
boarding with Mrs. St. John while his
wife is away.
Mrs. John Thuraby of Blue Spring
left Sunday evening for Enterprise to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mn. Thay-
er, for two weeks.
Miss Cady seems to run down all the
time. Mrs. Morse ha a nurse for her
now, a Mrs Vaer of DeLand.
News comes that Mr. and Mrs Will
Tylander are the happy parents of a
little daughter, born October 19th.
Mother and child are doing well.
Mrs. Taylor and daughter, Carrie,
of Clinton, N. Y., came Wednesday.
They will be guests of the 1olo this
Mrs Edwin Spencer and daughter,
Mrs. Leo. Morrison, left Ohio on the
tb, where they have been vlsttnf
for the past three months. They will
reach home Thursday evening.
Mr. Chandler of Lake Helen was in
town Wednesday on business.
We arev.avlng beautiful fall weath-
er now. The cold and wet season they
have had north is driving the yankee
south early this year. Our town is
killing up fast. We are glad to see
them come. They can't come too
thick or too fast to please us.
Dr. P. W. Hill made a business trip
to Lake Helen Wednesday.
Miss Helen St. John is better of her
ore eyes, o she has gone back to
btabOl this week.
Proor Graham is on the sick list
this week, so he is out of school. A
cold something like grlp.

p---tos Itr o. pia.
Tihe are two popular deluson
about fah-ona that they cannot live
out of water and bte other that they
fan live In any pure water, the food
supply takin care of Itself. uAs mat
tsr of fact, there are sh in Africa
wblc. having to exist In absolutely
dry rivers for a portion of the year.
nve developed lang, while in many an
lmste.r's aquarium fsh cannot live in
the. water provided owin td elck of
food--londo PledM.
Sa.nemalr Cferals.
"I undentand oldO Skinint b Iet
ttsV poalble."
"Do yoa really think ar
"Well, I Sklinnt and iriglo iaVn
some together at all I think It i satf
to -y that he has got tiglah. Them
certanly Is nothing to Indicate that
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l~lorespo ndwss.
Port Orange, October 1.-Mr. Ha-
ven to drivlnga well for Win. John-
son at his home in town.
J. A. Tedder received a letter from
Crows Bluf informing him that Mr.
Crow Iastill in the home with malarial
aever and that four of their children
are also ill of the same disease.
Grandma Tedder Is vsitingher aon,
J. H. Te ar, Thb old Mit ba nu-
merous friend In thi ecounth.
Mrs. A. Prevatt gave an old-time
quilting party last week. The ladles
met It the forenooanand worked on
the quilt till noon, then they partook
of a generous old fashioned dinner,
afterward sewedd and talked during
the afternoon, till it was time to go
to their several homes to prepare tea
for their husbands, etc., who had
missed them at dinner time.
Mrs. Brohm received a car of coal
for use in the hotel this winter.
Every one around here is busy get-
ting their winter gardens ready.
Died, Sunday morning about 2.
Clarence Sparkman, oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. 0. Sparkman. He was 20
years of ae and has been Ill ever
since his return from tEa Gallie
where he was in the employ of the F.
E. C. By. He had grip there and never
recovered. Clarence was a favorite
with all who knew him and a young
man of great promise, and who wil
be greatly missed. The funeral was
a very large one. The sermon was
preached by Rev. Pattillo. C. M.
Bingham, Jr., was funeral director.
Mrs. Capt. Fox returned from New
York Tuesday, where she has been
spending the summer.

4 #51W SYRIA.
Items from the ire....
The Kightsb of Pythias purchased
a handsome organ for their lodge
room last week.
L. X. Wilson returned Sunday from
Highlands, N. C., where he spent the
summer for the benefit of his health.
J. Ward and family, of Cory, Ind,
arrived here last week and are located
In Dr. Cox's house for the winter.
We understand that Mr. Ward will
locate here permanently.
J. L. Mattingly and family, of St.
Charles, Mo., arrived here last week
and will spend the winter. Mrs Mat-
tingly Is in poor health and If the
climate agrees with her they will
make New Smyrna their permanent
Mrs. Walter Boyett, wife of Walter
Boyett, died at her home Tuesday
morning. Mrs. Boyett had been in
poor health for some time. but her
death was unexpected. She leaves
a husband to mourn her lous. The
Interment took place in Hawks Park
cemetery Wednesday moraing under
the direction of Undertaker G.
We understand that the house and
lot opposite S. A. Galbreath's on
Faulkner street, belonging to Beasie
Hawley, minor, has been sold to Jan.
M. VanBook, of Charleton, Ind. The
sale was made by Mra. Knapp, guard
lan, and Rev. A. N. Elrod represents
the purchaser.
B. A. Richards, of Orlando, who is
on the peninsula fishing, caught four
large Jew fis this week. He booked
one so large that two men could not
land it, so after a long struggle they
cut the line and let it go. Around
the bridge is the favorite feeding
ground of these monster fish and a
lare number of them are caught
there. It is like roptag n a wild
mule to land one of them.


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Fal Term Commences Wednesday, Sept. 80, 1903

TWO YEARS' COURBE-The Law Department of John B. Steton
Univerlt ies a Two Years' Curse, leading to the De-
gree of LL.B.
DXEREB ADMITS TO THE BAR--The D lplom of the Law Depart-
Wtlt of John B. Stetonn Unlversiy admits to the Bar.
Pleading and Practice under a prominent member of the
Florida Bar will extend Ihroughout thr school year.
THE L1B R-Y-Tbe Law Library of John B. Stetson Unversity t
the bent in Florida witb possibly on exception.
r IaaMtin na tlhew etoplatnmat, sde
ANCIENT J. PARAHN LL Ct.* Law Oser., DoLits*. I
o11 IorllstinnonUIT r"U.rlu eren tmea, C.diM.
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it order to create a tacaer in the
The onioni the favorite lower of
the oranzation. The motto Is, "In
oilon there is strength Tbe o lcer
ar as follows:
Chief odor, Louis St. Itmo, Ohio;
sliced onion, Edwin Hadley 8mith
New York collector of tar, Miss
Maold MeLoUghUla. Illinot gatherer
of cents. Mi A. Lun ic s B I-
nols; oieial editor, Mi- a. .nse UMK
ney, Illinois; excautve board, scn
lion, Albert Gillesple, lndianat; s rt
er. Georg A. Alderman. North Caro-
lina; sprouts, Fostar GUiey, Pennusl-
vania; proxy committee or guaMrdI
of the scents, Mi- Merle H ert,
Illinois; Miss Alemda Thoms, Mu-
The election takes place annually.
and al proxie ar thrown oat b the
proxy committee. The members of the
lunb may nominate, eond ther own
anoiP ond and vote for tb snsMlR
The 0oihl organ of the club is to
be called the Oniln Skin. Th publi c-
in will be in the form of an uoni
and printed on onion paper. What i
more, the meeting of the club am to
be called 'reonlomn." The club has on
"onon ry" member, sad that s
Charles R. Burger of Colorado. He, It
is aid, has brought moes tsa to the
eyes of amateur writers b tt
past year than any other one pin
One "onlonary" member Is elected ear
year. nd "onionary" menttinU a Inse
of any member where enob menu t. i
One, of the strange Iaw of this
ranger lub is tsht when a Mneber
of the "bunch" vi Un a ton whew-
In redes another member the visitor
met invite the rmdent member to
dinner athisaor-sr expena. These a-
nual dinner, wfih s vary elaborate
afflai, must be hld on tbe last eight
of t9e annual convention t Na-
tlonal Amateur Pres icftt4 d
members of the bunch new an alsw d
to attend. It only one member aten
the convention hbe mut eat hls dinner
with the vacant chair of his comear4
surtounding the table.
The badge of the club Is an oloai
and It must be worn con plcnosly
during a convention of amatefe Joar,
natisv Thea snatia It dethsu
is te bhortest on isser and is IJtl-
"nfe an ontanie mne an olonl.
be is to take bite er draw a tar.".-
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