The DeLand weekly news
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Title: The DeLand weekly news
Portion of title: De Land weekly news
Running title: Weekly news
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L.H. Eldridge
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 01699465
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1' The factory of the Seminole Manufacturing (o'rolllho U.ilnrsvlll. Sun,SlItllr
I- to Company has been closeddownfor EAST Florida Seminary Is: a good on the Philadelphia philanthropist 11 I trip to Onilu and (Inlnum Illc, General MerchandiseOldest
the season, as it has cornl but they can't play ball. If will be be just and fair and 1,10'.11111...." gluon ill the I'oi..'inur and Iwo I nt the" 4
.tdence feted, the manufacture of the crop the ball team was' as efficient as the permit the Record to print a private Intter plmv. In the there, KM met 11 wort ol'

+ Honor. 'fof cassava for this year. The crop school they would; not have suffered Interview. he had with a DeLand gentleman thlrty-Hlx 0(11'0111'11111.( rium wusiiinOu mrniiiHt two route"

'was a very Rood one-the largest ever defeat three times In lIuccldOlion-but: ? upon a recent visit: to this: Tim Hint KH me nt lnlnc-millo was pluad| l Established House in the City
place Record
y /grown-and slightly in advance of the It Is not, and that settles the ques not get that permission, however its publication will with only cue error 1'''''our Ifiirn HIM] \l'II1'011 ,
g ; percentage heretofore obtained: The would of l.y hpII\)' hilllnif. 'I'hlxlNtb.'osult of emi
paralyze some the rev
: total tion.To tlnni'il Imttlnir I in'iu-tlre, unil 'In a IV weeks DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS jj
output will be about 400 tons. use a Vulgar expression, the rottenest erend's) friends. His editorials the the w
team ouirlil lnl I.
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Baptist Witness do all jjMl
The company is to increase its of ball not at accord
acreage /game ever seen on the ptteher'tn| I tlii'Nlulo.Ont .
" with "the, sentiments
of cassava this year: at the plantation Gainesville diamond occurred Thursday while at DeLand.---Volusia expressed privately ten IUlu of tlieMiiniiwatln, > line ImlIcry _s _SPECIALTIE( O

L \ at Spring Garden,, and expectto afternoon, and those> who witnessed County llecord. work. <|l.e (till nl-Nl lllu '''''11 ofd.\ g't tIns
w put In over BOO It dose hill i.II n/.Uil. Mcdissuudl| hili., fur New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.
acres will also
were thoroughly/ disgusted OCALA, I FIA., March 14, 100.J.EOITOK : IIIIM' liffti iihlu. to h..hlI"\I'1I any 1""IIIIIo"t ho
.j' put In machinery to dry the pulp after In fact, a number left the grounds NKWS<: :-I wrote to I Editor has I'itclic.l' 111<11111"1. DeLand Florida. !

a, the starch is taken: from it f ruse before the /game: was over, for E. F Prevatt of the Itecord the first of this All the, iiiHiiilic-rnof. tliHtcHin Nero lrr,.)' I that 1f
as a stock food. 'Jhe pUlp has S. and Stetson were no unevenly week requesting him to publish that they could not' xtay lontri. 'In IliilncHVllli-, ---- -- --- -

been used as a fertiliser with good results. matched In the matter of efllclency "private interview" he claimed.to "the ink-in ho.pitnhty| iiinl" ehln'nsof"mid' i'oiirtp Oaiiii-Hvlllu.\' of i Ih I,,' P.haHCTi-:. !I"'. S. .1-o-I-o-I-o--O-I-o.-o-r-O-I-o-r-O-I f I I : / -O+.1.0+O KMOKHOKMOKH-OfrO t *

1 As a food it has proven as In the national game that the contest have from me and which he seemed 1 uledgnilenfaallnKln" Nleteull'o,' that .place, .

( good: or bttler'than ground corn and did l not appear at Interesting. to think that he would not get my The ("iinii-H In Oc'iilii N 1:1'" not iii uMitliiir, IIH! I: DeLand( Real Estate Office.

meal, and if successfully)) dried willjrwrprovg "UoarlnJIll"/: ] Kennedy had led permission> to print, as it might/: Paralze 110.,' Ifcnlii K-iiiii., altliniitrh, roiripfiJi'.l if ycioilila.Mrn .
| him nut >inrtiei ja/boon: to the stock: growers; aswell the people] to believe that they woulu I : some of my friends, but as he hasfilled Two i as a bourse.o.f Lauo*-rprotlt to\fe.e NCI mesa a tine game, and it be .
may to comply with my request' ] )Dun Ford, "i-uKlirr, find ClllUir.l, ..tndale ,- I
factory.The Haldlo' his credit that he believed: It. now ask permission to state to th ant" HfHt liiiHeiniiti.Tho :IE3IoTa.ses: Fox: ZE3em.t

company has ]leased a part of for he pU'yea. well himself\ and expected public In general, and the people ol f spirit'{ In I "'111" in niiortlnif" | | tlu miniI'lmiint s

the DeLeon Spring Ild -about 175 his men to do the same. But! i eLand in particular, through( thu Thu yawing In- i'iiiili-.l| liiillcH.. III..r any thu tovii ally' In at the lend shun thetfiiinrg ." $ Lots Residences
acres-which will be he and Smith City ,.
planted to cassava catcher, performed columns of your paper, that the statement In it hluiyiiu.Ithut'aul'mms' mid Hii'i'i 9 ,

$t. this year, in addition to the good work, but the support[ was absolutely in the Ilecoid of ]last week (Sat arc fiiouifli to iiniki- unjonu' lorvcl to (play, 6 and Unimproved Property. -

llelds at Spring Garden and\ DeLand. ] to the bad, and it is no wonder urday, March 7)), that I gave out an hall. 9 ---- --- --- .
The company finds a ready sale, at that Stetson won out by the ridiculous opinion to a DeLand: gentleman( durIng :III'. n,-". A. IM'ullf, kit on Tuuwluy( I fur a

good prices, for all the starch: it can' score of I 12 to LIt my recent visit to that city on the snort t'ixlftnHulunu.' | Property' of Non-Residents o t C Cared for and Taxes Pail

manufacture. was a bad day for the l I.::. F. Steam Stetson University trouble contrary o
,-- ----- It IH I with Ki'ciit, 'Borrow thai wu d"P the end. _
Not only was their work very to that expressed in editorial
my recent of the uhitor tL-rin drawing I ton close, not
.-. NEW--SMYRNA.-- ... poor, but they went up against one (If ] in the Baptist Witness Is absolutely mrlyunnrrouutnrlhCUppruurhlnKrxmnimlIlona ( o Land sold for Taxes redeemed.
Item from The Ilreizu.C the strongest college teams in the false. : and was evidently manufactured !, Imt hi'uaiiaf ...I' I Inilcpnitiux1, ot 1 thi- <)

Frank S. Same, who hat been employed state, and when it came to playingball to delude the people and Htildlilt4. front' l'hieuaaahu irliirn" to take d) J. R. Wetherellc J
iiplhrir I work In th.1',
nK.ilu of e. We only
] lit the oil regions of Pennsylvania they were not in it. break the force of my argument. if hili'l that lliu>' hale toiind. It Hiilllrlinllvpluimunt \ ( ) Abstract( Ollice, between Post! Ollice and

for the past two months, came Roaring Bill was naturally blue over Editor;:: Prevatt thinks that I such tac ( liuixti> Inilniu tin-in to i"II'i nt e
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J home Monday on a visit.. The cold] the result of the game,[ last. night, auddec'lo1re tics as this will win friends to his side IIlIoth,'"-',i he will ulii'l to si"rr thrum, no ihc>' bring. : .lih I tininpliHI
weather seeuis to have agreed with never play the same: of this! unpleasant l and much-to-be deplored I
( 'r''l' lolli'u-c iplrlt( IIIIII'UIIII I/lIIII" sulliiiofourolili'1'utiiili.iits
him. mm again Nobody will blame .him controversy, he has certainly In i-iitliiisiiitin I'nrIrl, PLAYING WITH FIRE
," Messrs. H. Moore] and Ueardsley] for that. placed too low an estimate: upon the son

'caught nineteen: ]large shcephead I The 'Stetson: boys are all clever, good taste and moral uprightness, of <*- Endangers: both the home and! per. 411y;
J II'. firulKe i li. :MiKl'lMiii'iit( him" divided' not)
Wednesday morning. Dr. Fox brought whole-souled boys, and made many the intelligent people. of Florida." to ,.,,1 UI'" toIIa'alfnllll4. sprlntr, unil haft uuicploil xon. OIIL-) may liiie meet with a EIITIUUSaivldent f K/' /

the editor five of them. These /gentlemen : friends ]here. They are also good Yours truly, u position I In \\).'hiir. III. flu wlJII" :iiMemptlng\I! toi.ive escaping:: something; from, or in ;

have been very' successful. ] the ball players, which fact was fully de J. C. POKTKK. irrrallv. mNhiMl, liun. not iail>' oiiairoiiiit a liiirninv hue-r. D
of I hit I pl.i\lnif'' mi HI.L-DII.I bestIut' IVir his! Miluuhli i)
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past few days. mon -------- Why nut In iale: from pecuniary 1
t The sale of the Andrews land on Following was the line-up of the With Apologies to the I'nMiu. |present* 11111110.11'Slim im.h.r.I.. In lirliiyiiiir tho tram "I' to Its loss in either ca; *l' V Carry 1"4i4 p I

February :3 j, which was sold by orderof teams: The communication in the last issue Thu "IIIIMhall, Iriniiill .al-o 1 fvil the Ions.ofKny ACCIDENT -
the Stetson E. F. S.
court Baltimore, has been : of the Record signed by II. D. liracey'and ,
J.hnsnr40i1,111,111) 1,11nNI1Ilaa). \,'ho hashiiiii
confirmed by that court. Several of Reed Kennedy rejecting/: on me, while foundedon 1 |diiliiir' rlKIII." -Ilrhl. lie him iliiuu tfundwork I/IS Uf/A ICE
Pounds . . .c. . . !:'mithBt.nllttt
the had ,
purchasers already gone to fact, is modeled Into the most. artistic nut only in thu Held hut nl-m at the hatlllld
. .. .1 I ib. . . C. Moore and the Inns! will fall upon those.
work and'others nil I11( I IIIIMI"!
now begin McClyment..2h. . IlousseauJrlnsaid ] their lots. ( . . .;3b. . .. .*. Taylor The offer by me to sell THK' NKWS: Tlu> ltn.-nli-nliiii-iii' | iriniiu |>o tioncil| IrniaI'ri'xi'iiliiliijii neiwerrpresentsrttle; all\ cIa lal1l1
J. p; Turner shipped twenty-seven Hall . . If . .\\'. Moore! ,to ]Isaac A. Stewart was made six or boy mil lug I (pluji'ii, HIIIIIM slum )promptly and arc very liberal in -'
crates of ]lettuce :.\ . . C'olfie" ill'tt wi'i-k. their trcitniet policy holders. '
Monday. This crop) Johnson .. . .rf . . .Turner eight months ago,:: Inl00,1/ faith, and of ']lettuce was planted as an experiment L. Hail .. . .ss. . . Sherfey after Stewart: had asked me to set a Killth; Mi-ri-: ,). Cult" u dinni-r pint( In SILAS B. WRIGHT.: DcLand. Fla.

- -& and the results have been very Edward': F. Dates. of DeLand, one of price on the paper and plant. The I'lmudolii Hull) Tiu-Milav i'\i-nlnir In honor orMigit .. ,
satisfactory in the yield and the prices the students, was manager of the offer was made In writing, and I have : ATiiTrtloiiiMia.,, : and :)Its, Tivlnar left -- - -- -
obtained. on \\Vfdnendii.\. > I he!)' 10"",,' in :Nt-w Knirhiiul.'
Mr. Turner has demonstrated :Stet.-on team, and developed the fact a carbon copy of the correspondence>
4n o-.o-.o.-o-.o..o.o.o.o..o.-o.-o.-o.-o--o--o.-o.-o.-o.-o.-o--o'Sh.es -
LA- at New Smyrna and Dr. Hou- that he on (lie this I will take i ,
knew how to handle his men. ; pleasure If the iiermiiirt! u'In. IIM*MO iinilusnlcoiu'rin, I -
; chelle at Oak Hill, that growing: lettuce The Stetson: boys left ]last night for showing any of UI)' friends who wish> Inir th.-",.ale. < ulioiit, Mfllarodf 1111'"'".1- "'' the Old :ZE3Zorse:

I ;. will pay. Ocala, where they will play today to see It. My enemies, God bless. 'em, aulsnodnttenqling'|' to lliL'iinchi'HtlilnkUnit .) ,
they iiro nut tlnh'lflt| | tniin" '" patty Hpiti', olOtlllr -
+ The
citizens of ,
.. ? enterprising) > Corf and tomoi row. may keep a-gucssing.
nado have recently established a li -- _. ,-- The statement that I offered to sell I woes mid| IJ HIciKllllhi.IIIOIlM-ri,. >C-llllM work. ,IM Dill.g.)'.dug sue on Il0qiilftly ,In\" Shoe the ::Say Maze":

brary. They already have a number 11II111.t's11I1J Made In Ormond. space In the paper' to Stetson for any the ii>llrvithiy I Mcmld ,.(".11/.- that' thilrfeehl -

of volumes and two hundred \uluiues 1 Willing of the Ormond-Stetaon ball l purpose, Is a deliberate, malicious! >1.. in tat k-j only |pbu'athamlu'bdwlnthcsai-" | ,. 11

have been pledged. They will have game, the Uruiond correspondent ol falsehood. tiou hnul"',of.- lit the I hIt llttlt-union.'ilutfH 'that bark) tncinsHvt.- Shoo aiiytliing' iir the R6:

up-to-date book-cases. The library Is, the St. Augustine llecoril says: Dr. Bracey was in my olUce one

located in the school hou e. This The; largest/: audience of the serial morning several weeks ago; it was I The Ihii'd, ) 'iiiinii.il oniloiiriil" contest took shape of a horse that '

public spirited move on the part of was in attendance, &guests: of the Or- his custom to come in every morning ,|ihiLMit' thiMindituiinin,. "; Tne-iihix. u\i>niiiu', he-. .

our neighbors on the peninsula. i is I Id mood behind the wire screen and to read the papers! -a custom of several l 1' you
) "IoIIIIl'IIII" '" "on bl :III"1.! .... t :MeCoy -
commendable, and their efforts will along the bleachers.] Quite a party years'. standing lie! was complaining who. took tinhi'i'Hiilii|
no doubt be crowned: with success.ttpeulitl ot young ladiesdrove all the way from /: that "all the papers of the I'uul tar)1"'"', nliiMumililei'I \\IIM "The AniclnISiivon. -
-- -- --- UeLiMul\ to cheer their college .boys, state were subsidised and would not ." .1. I H. Pun mis and .Miss Helen Manillo -

I f: PORT O84NOE., and their lively and good-natured print the Stetson side of the contro \' weiit' a\\ai'ileil, honorable. mention+ thofiiiiiier'HHiibleit : BERRY KENT
I HUM! "I'lilon of" I thu :North; ,and"
_ Coirenpondenue.Port ;; : college cheers and'cries. were cnjo)ell ver y." 1 replied that I would print thu Soutli" Hithitter's. "'hild l.abur in I II"! t ,

Y Orange, March 16.-Our school by both side: anything he or Stewart brought: In Hnuth.' The cithur roiiteHtiuitsere) : :MiiriJennie :
: closed The, University may rightly feel "if it was couched in decent lan NharpNUhJath. "Tho Anierlean;" J. NEW SHOP. OP. COURT HOUSEOOL.LAEIGEI. f
on Friday. The teachers, Mr. ;
t 'fill" I 11111 l Her, "'I'h.,11I' h .
nrr milijeet \ "
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proud of the :young people who guage. This Is evidently the foundation .-o.o..o.-o.-o.-o..o.-o.o.o.-o.-o.-o--o.-o.-o.-o O
M Dickinson and Miss Blooms, ]left hereon represented tus \Vlmrooil' "hetftlny' ,uf Ainei'lea' ;'' .1. .
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a It today, both in the Held and for the malicious: falsehood ,-- -- .----- ,--
J Saturday, accompanied by Miss I Hull I ItriniiHoj, "The luhtrent I 1'rtfu.: Mr.H.liolU'l.l .
;; ., Carrie Hush, to attend: the normal on the benches I have perhaps discussed this mat :Minx IVinUorilaml. :)I ra. \KOHII[ Kll- ,,-
s school ------.- ter more freely with Dr. Uiacey thanwith trt'lle-ilik-oii: ieiiilci'0'l. ."\l"1I1 niimlciil' m>luutiuns. -
: Gainesville.
4 1 The colored] : school commenced a Stetson Boys in Ooula. any other man. He-was In my u --- - EMORY ee

week: ago, Prof. Hanker being the Fran tin! Star, March 14. olllce every morning and never failedto osreeu.iipcfhil 1
teacher. The Stetson University baseball bring up the subject in his usual -----
"" Curresiottdrnee|
A party of eight ]ladies and gentlemen ] team from Leland played Ocala] yet.erday pessimistic manner I looked upon O..teen, March 17.There was> a

went down to Spruce( Creek and afternoon and this morning. him as a friend, not as 'a spy, which musicale at Mr./ and Mrs. H.itton'rihome
' stopped at Mr. Haven's. to have a few They are very gentlemanly young was evidently] uiy mistake. The: Oaks, last Wednesday"

d '- days' fishingThey. heartily enjoyed fellows. and play swift ball. Our nine liespectlully, evening, in honor of her brother, Mr. GEORGIA.1903

? their excursion. lit hardly organized yet and the Stetson .9IUu'. O. CODKINOTON. Paso:!! hall of Jacksonville Her Aunt, 1836OXFORD.. 1

Mr. and Mrs. Huff, Mr. and Mill:: boys bad a walk-over in each .--- Mrs.. Hanlee, was also visiting them. .-- -----

Bradley and !Miss\. Kruise started ]last. game. The score yesterday was 12 to Arrested for Assault. ( 'Jasper Thompson, Jr., spent two
' week: for a cruise 'down to Miami in 1, and the same to-day, ex:et>t that Dr. H. D. Bracey was arrested days In Osteen.: He was entertained: is situated on high rulge in the healthiest section

Mr.; Huff's boat. we didn't make the one. Howard 'Tuesday on a warrant sworn out by at J.ia.. Pattlllu's. .OXFOUD, Ouorgin, where there are no local causes to ,

Mr. Jones and Mr. Fightmaster have Clark wild In the box for Ocala yet.- C. O. Codrington, charging assault l J. K. Pattillo went to his Indian ( sickness The College will continue to make every \_ ,"'., -.

; jut returned from their trip to Palm tertlay and Ed Bennett today. and battery. lie was given a preliminary river place, Saturday to work the effort now, us in the past, to send forth young men well furnished",
Beach and Maim! The line behavior of the Stetson hearing before Justice Bradleyand before the dreaded mosquito"
iu iu menial and in zealous Christian
Miss Annie George, Mrs. Meeker's boys at all times. aroused uuucn favorable placed under bond of $100 to appear season sets In. That is, the warm I'h'lIicallltreugth.: training

companion, has Just _been summoned coumient.Jacksonville. before the next term of the weather, when they come In full character.

home to Rah way, N.:J., on account of I ; : Criminal] Court of Hecord. force. Courses loading to the three degrees--A.B., Ph.13., and S.B.

w the serious illness of her mother. Dunk Falls. appeared from the evidence that Three of our young/: people attend- -are designed to lay broad foundations( for any walk in I if*.

Mr. C. Milburn. baa recovered from ,I The First National flank of Jacksonville Codrington had shown Bracey a copy Inll'. the University this year, are to After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election of J
r,. his late illness and returned to his J. M.- Shoemaker;prenident, of a DeLand", newspaper of last weekin return home March '-.>.
kZr, 'home in St.: Augustine.The was. placed In the hands of a receiver which the former was charged by Hev. Chas. L. I'attlllo, accompanied studies iu the direction of the btudent's: special aptitudes.

Rev.; Bishop Grey will be here on Monday. This bank was one of the the latter with having offered to sell i by a friend. Rev Jas. Kakex, will arrive -
in ]Florida next week. will
In THE NEWS to "the friends I They TUo Onlrul MM) will onVr goad at actual' Coil, not to ezmed
p next Monday and will\ preach in Grace oldest in the state, having been in space visit the former's parents here.' They Dlnln( irooil : -
-church Monday evening.. f.. operation since-1874.!: Only two state of Mr. Stetson for any purpose they are coining for a rest and pleasure] eight ilollilm per inuntli. Furnished room Bra let at one dollar per uiunlb forvaobIwltfur.
TliU a.luIII la under the Imiuudluto aupervUlon of a member' of the TaoM
banks had deposits there and they might desire," the article] having! trip. '
ulty, who ta ttaalatotl by uuoutpLleut( and exptrli-nutM iimtron. to
I Uev. Pattillo will at the \
T 1 Enticing Away a Female. have been pr tected--Our local bank been signed by Bracey. Codrington Methodist church on the]preach fourth Sung ,--

Is not at all effected.: Severat Vulu- told Bracey that the statement. was a day, if nothing prevents, and Ilev.Kaken All for the college year way be brought 't
Birch neeesuaiy expenses
George a wasa'
young negro, lie and struck him in the
ala county men had good-tilztd deposits -' Bracey will probably preach the sermon -
arrested on Monday charged with en- with this bank. It' is said that a face. Codrington stated that;owing at the evening service. within U 75.00. f ticlng for clandestine marriage Charley Tate h'a, returned fromMississippi
away Seville man;; who had just sold a ]large to Bracey's age--68 or.70-:.he-had reframed \ '
Emma the 15-year-old] daughter of : to his home here. He has .
from resenting the attack at :i-'l.\.LL; T'J'.n..lOl.EN' 17,1902 r
amount of property, had 83,000 on deposit been out there several years with his_ :
Governor Aiken. It from .
wljh this bank: Mayo Dade was, the: time. Codrington'stated under uncle. '.
., the evlde.nce'that Emma had been oath that the statement was false. ----
tl probably the ]largest DeLand deposit
"r, most willing to Jro'even; offering to tor, having; 9400 on deposit The Insolvency The assault was made InV.. A. Many School Children are Sickly For catalogue and other information, address '

pay.her" own way on the train. George 1 wan caused by three large rlammerly'a store, and'was witnessed Mother Gray's Sweet Powers for r
didn't want the girl for himself, but ]loans made several yearn ago on phos by Mr; Hammerly and bit. T. T&.' .Page. Children, used by Mother Oray, a nurseIn
was helping her go to bla brother, phate properties: The rtcelver.wlll Children's Home, New York, Breakup James E. ; President ;
Will Birch, in Palatka.] ; The 'case probably be able topay depositor al I Colds in 24 hours, .cure Feverishnemi Dickey, ,
most in full, buttheirmonn- will be TO CURE A COLT: : IN ONE DAY Headache, Stomach Troubles .. 1)1,
was dismissed by 3Just Ice Bradley. tied up for( .several months. Jackson; Take"Laxatlve ,Bromo Quinine Tab. Teething. Disorders, and Destroy s ,
.1. yule bank should] have come to'' the ]eta.' ,All druggist: refund 'the money Worms. At all drugglscs. 25c. Sam O "01.'tD, GEOnGU "
BrilV"tlnuex Statlone'ry'bargaine con- rescue of thin institution.Bank failure f-It Tail to cure.E.. W. Grose's ple, mailed FREK. Address, Allen S.
.* gives: a town a "black eye./ signature 1* on each box. 25c. .OlaiBted, LeRoy N, Y. -
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{ Id9', OneTear,?.,.,.. $1 ouMX t ololllew of Bantam, Conn., arrivedat j March 19, 1903.EDITOR ) o 0
r wl montlic.......... ..... :UU 'of clippings from the leading newspapers NEWS I left DeLand on Use it as a-Beverage
the Freeman house last week. He :- e) ...
s When Dahl tnadvuuoe. when hot paid lu of the and you'll ,
advance mid 50 per cunt. defending cornea for bin health. the 17th of last January for Jackson- Co --

, J '14 Entered In lie poitofhce at DeLind, Florid{ University and its officers from the Mr. and Mrs. Gray, who spent the ville. When I lieU, the Stetson-Forbes e KEEP:: ::; : WEIZz:: :: ) :;; ,,

u second clue matter.AarertUlnir slanders circulated against them. winter here, left for their homo in scandal had! assumed an acute stage.

e + rates rnrnishud on uppliuutlonAddress We publish a few of these extracts Massachusetts last Thursday. However, 1 was glad to see, that up % WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE

Mr. and Mrs. Brown who have been to the date of leaving though :
t 4 all Coiiimunloiitlona, Hint, make from the most prominent of the I is the article in and can find it at i .
(O question you
!t '. checks money onloia ptivttbli1' to stopping at the Bolo for a few weeks glimpses had been obtained of the
.THE WEEKLY NEws, }papers I this week. The others maybe in which after
clothes ( 0
l>u I.nnil, .'.". past, left Thursday morning for their dirty washing
-- -- --.-- inserted later. If Mr. Stetson the constituted
- -'- home in Pittsburjr, Pa trial by properly

FRIDAY. MAKCII :20: ., 1UIU.: and his "hired man" want a real Dr. Curtis and wife came in Tues- authorities Dr. Forbes had been acquitted 0) FISHER'S i t.i
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t: _- --- -- newspaper war we've got ammunition day. They were here last winter and by a large! majority, to say

t tip, The governors of all the southern made a great many friends, who are the least) the scandal had not been (0eeoeoom.ese '
sufficient to stand
quite a
it .; states are appointing delegates glad to 'welcome them back. Theyare given up to the doubtful mercies of o

liy y to tbe cane growers' association, siege. The demagogues among the stopping at the Freeman house. the public press, and up to that periodthe oro <2v e'Sv.ee.eo.00 Oi4ii "

editors take a. pessimistic view, 01 Mr. and Mrs. Harris Jones of Carl- citizens of DeLand had main __ 'Jr.---
;a; loon to be held at Macon, Gu Yr
'eat course ban, Maine, arrived at Palmetto!' Cottage tained an attitude of calm reserve, M1ld9iAthi. 1Fittbilfi1it41; ib91. 'AltA'i.;; (4itikltitdifiSbiSfioYAiFLibiu'lriiLiLisaiiifittifiAL7i.; ; ;;
.. "1\1. KOI.JII"\N. formcrly of LeLund but now 4; ,
Times-Union The who Saturday. They spent the win- awaiting/ patiently further developments Olt..E\ 01"".\....., OI'lInlfc "lIy, Dan" opined, a A iJi
: people 'Trustee Are the Jury. ter here two years ago at the Bolo. and as far as I ;Jould' glean!" AND HARDWARE STORE i Son

think they know love to 'discuss.!! from, the feiiHUculii New. March 11.Ml \Ve are pleased to see them return to trusting that the scandal: was at an I : 1JTl'tNJ.'l.'UnEFURNITURE: _. \ Oiiivea o\'Ieln' whut Is known ache Burrell J J"HO ,t ...

I Those who know rest satisfied 1 and : ciliii-iis of the stale are conJ Orange City end. During my absence the public _'" ._."'OJ........ all or,1er.ID LU line .J"''S
t to nil
In now prppniod
wait for the others to catch ou" able'rnrd alY.nr in the the outcome Stetson! of the regret- A good J number of our people took press of Florida began a campaign of llA.lt.J'\V.\.ltE' and will poll CHEAPER anon any other house In j;

at University In the Palmetto fair at Enterprise vituperation, and to my knowledge,! a VOIURhi comly. ''I.S .
r 1'rubabl most people who hate keptthe ;: tI.. (t)
+ {J ,sir Instead of quarreling among mitsel'.es more or less informed regarding last Thursday. perversion of facts, not hesitating to eC''s rl.lI.'ORJ I ':.ta J'I.."""cull and Inspect his Stock. !"a .

,1 + themselves, the people of UeLnnil, the matter have formed some Mrs. lIla Kidder and Mrs. Owen of accuse Dr. Forbes of immoral con- t414U2'! 'sirfG1h'147i'lgltfl>if6'fN/tetE'te'kt4tiltit/ .! iVS k''tti m?;.www, ''ll ''llw iiiiiiiiiliti6iLrdiliLii.'; '{ I I dK.iGlf I.

s ort of ()opinion, t.ikjng sides in the College/ Arms, DeLancl, were visiting duct, and attacking the Integrity ._ .
a 1 should reorganize the:: Boatel, oft for or Dr. Forbes. Board of Trustees of the University
controversy against friends in town Tuesday.Mr. the "Those Present" Pass Hesoliitlons. r'1"fiLoI
i;' Trade and all pull together for the It would. seem however, that when and Mrs. Carberry and friends, accusing them of having white- I ,\ Illttld Hut oil Law.
it is remembered that Stetson UniverMtj The following unanimously (, the DutchiliiH
was Miuv th.in -Wjeni's ago l
of the washed Dr. Forbes without givinghim
; up-building town. who are stopping at the Freeman I
is in charge of a Board of passed by those members of the De- .' of 1-ojlmi. anxious to !retain Ul4'lr't_
..;q;: 1: -__ I Trustees constituted of eminentl house, drove to Enterprise; Tuesdayto a chance of a fair trial. Worse .
men for
Land Methodist Association present J 4Siir.iinl.v! | oil ? : ,
) :::i THE, NEWS acknowledges!:! the receipt l fitted for the trust imposed on attend mass, it being,! St. Patrick's !still! the attacks became more malicious Monday, March 16th, 1903; : ivhldi: Hint l Island' U. famous enacted a '
'' P; /" them the people may well leave the as soon: -as Dr. Forbes and made It capital offense to
(! of a interesting bulletin Whereas of the MvvvliUli n
very day.Dr. We the members
hole with them ill
case They are and Mrs. Skinner, who are spending Mrs. Mathes: for the second time i II\py in.. sell the wild Jungle clnnnmon, .
from the Florida facts and Ministerial Association of DeLand,
Ex- a to make
Agricultural position get
r the wi nter here, left Monday noon forced a trial 1 ; first, by the Board of Ihi'ii: \the only sort known. The plants,
up their judgment in accordance with being jealous for the best interests of
perimental Station on "Ox War those facts They are the people's to visit Mrs. Skinner's sister for a Trustees which acquitted them, which win-rev. found were held! to be. the

4tw,may bles." In this section, however, tbe jury in ,the case and their verdict week In Tampa.Mr. decision Mr. Stetson repudiates; sec- our town, which interests we have nniwity, ) of the state If u shrub 1. '

should stand. Thev have made has the ond by damage suits against Mr. and endeavored to uphold in various ways t'liaiui'il. to Hprlujt) up In n lunr/s dooryard << -
J mocking birds appear to bE> affected athorough Carberry bought,! Taylor / !
from time to time, and jealous for l. lit' could neither destroy nor use
imebtigalion, examined the
Mrs. Stetson. In the law
M' grove, the bargain being made by I England
aim more than our cattle. idence and rendered their verdict, the moral interests of the :young people ,it 11,11'1'1':: pI"111I It le. Things are .
telegraph. Colonel Taylor lives In. would interfere and some of the pa-
\\hich: is fiiibtished for the information under the instruction of Dr. JohnF. linpi.ily' different now1iere .
The court has of all, and there is nothing left for us Washington, D. C. ;, pers would have to answer for con- ----
new supreme gotten Forbes the discus-
I jeopardized:: by
to do but to accept it, or VOle a lack Mr. George,! Galloway arrived from tempt of court for trjlng to prejudice \\. Ho Located.StnlTtT .
t right down to business and, ati' of confidence in ,the jury-that is to South Florida this week on a visit to I j i a case pending trial. sion among ibem of the scandal connected (lilt the cud of Slmpklns'' ball) t

.l the present rate of rendering decisions *ay, the Trustees! .of, .the college his family here. i But, Mr. Editor, it never rains but with his name, feel that we -l>o yin Know, I chit timid my over-
t would fall in the discharge of our
will soon catch up with the Mrs. Will T.lander) came from Eau it pours, and this case but emphasizesthe "out tln)\ .\'v\ hole.
TEA ROOT CARVINGS. 3allie Monday to visit friends here. I. duty if we did not express it as our 1 Slntpllns-have: | l; .. : you looked In the relicslnm -
docket. The people can always be adage,! for on returning to De- F.
Dr. John
opinion that the said \ 'nt room? tStniTer1Vhy
-- Will ia expected Saturday.The Land, on the 9th inst., I find not only
trusted to these
v regulate !! little FantnMle Wooden Objects That Are Forbes should resign the presidencyof no! How could It be In
orange trees of this vicinity are the citizens bitter partisans, but that
things. The people are not fools FaKhlonvd In the Orient. I the John B. Stetson University at 1111'1'1'1
K looking fine and coming out in full even five ministers of Him whose life-
The fantastic wooden Sihipkhnd-iou haven't been
which any-
r\ all the time. objects the earliest possible date. .
loom. j
come from the fnr east and are known teaching is accepted by all creeds A of this resolution was r- .where else during the evening: have
copy ,0
in tea, loutnrinKS have long been the Miss Hattie Eames and friend, Miss and] countries to be the poetry of all .cou?

When Mr. Stetson tires of this basis cf prosperous Industry In the Bassett Washington, Conn., arrived good, rush Into print (under the shadow dered spread upon the minutes of the -- --- .

strenuous life in DeLand. he will populous city of Fuchau. StrictlyI""klng at Palmetto Cottage Monday. j and name of a clerical body com- association and furnished the press.J. F.....'" InjtiMtlco.NoenMi -:

the name Is misnomer. Mrs. Nichols and E. MICKLER, (Idl..coll/Oollll'IYI-.Tlie, rich are
( a of New
return to his palatial home in Philadelphia daughter posed of ten members) asking/! Dr.//
i' Collie:: of the Secretary. getting.: richer and the pooler.
carvings are made from York poor
came to the Bolo Friday. They Forbes to resign for the good of the .'
and those good people old ten rout unit, tea trunks but the will remain a few weeks. I University, arrogating to themselves [With all due respect to the opin- 11'lcl1tl'bnt' wrong now? 1

who him in vast iiiiijiulty, nine-tenths at least, are ion of 1O'II"hllss", rullpiii'stlias refused ;
are now helping his ef The Congregational! ,! church Aid Society -. that better of what 'those members present"three -
made from the toots and trunks of they are judges me mid Is ,coin: ; to marry :Mr. Coupon.
forts to injure the University will h'ltl'ool11'1.1.8' gave a strawberry festival is for the University's good than the Methodists, one Disciple and -;\.,\\, York Wfi-Uly. t''

K probably live here long enough to Tho caivIng1) are almost Invariably Tuesday evening.,! They took in something Board of Trustees, which contains in one Presbyterian-THE NEWS believes -_ ,

t regrot that they destroyed their made in two parts, a pedestal and one ) over $1(1. itself greater/! number of ministers that they have meddled fn If you are fat. he good nnturi'd.( The -
ir more human figures fitted to the later Our Tuesday Evening Euchre Club than those signing the article-in something that did not exactly con- people.. Just naturally' txpfct it.--AtcUI-

own property. by pegs J and holes. The former is lad twelve tables. Mrs. Tucker and question published In the Metropolisand cern them. If the Baptists had intended lOll Olollp. ,

nude( front root and the latter from a Mr. Clark won first prizes and Mrs. St. Times-Union. Ignoring the fact that their state institution! 1
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': e It ia stated, but not authoritatively trunk The roots are selected with con- John and Mrs. Frank Taylor, who took that In so doing Dr. Forbes would give should be managed by the ministers, d

'". that George Gould, the mul- dd,' sLie c-ure. They must be comparatively the part of a ,gentleman! won the color to the chare! against him and the dentists ((1'), the editors, or the: .
free from dry rot, decay and consolations.Mrs. lawyers ((1') of DeLand, they would
damn innocent
ti-millionaire has the character of an
his worm holes and must possess a rude >"
w agent to purchase 2,000 acres of land 4.Miiiiietr They me cleaned, scrub- Frank Taylor entertained the woman, thus branding himself as a probably have so provided In their i

ieil and sifnpcd anil sawed to about Ladies Whist Club Wednesday after- .guilty, cowardly poltroon before all charter. But this is unnecessary;

in Brevard county and will improve the< desired size; then the artist with noon. honorable men. I cannot help think the members of the congregations: of WATCHES ) .

the grounds and erect a mansion on lilsd, gets", e,, knife aud pinchers remotes Mr. Charles Dickinson of Chicago,! ing that the five reverend gentlemen 'those members present": have doubtless a,
has bought Mr. Merwin's place la
the scale of Vanderbilt's "Biltmore"in rootlets and roots until tbe flg- town, 1lr.lerwln! came over from rushed in where angels fear to tread. told "those members present1'\ a '-

North Carolina If true this will nee The la completed. Mew Smyrna last week to repair the. I will say, !Mr. Editor that I have thing or two ere this. Another '-. (
simplest design Is three S
a leggedpedeutnl
louse. many friends in DeLand, and'thatneither : thought Is: If "those members present" -
greatly increase the taxable prop- of which tbe base Is a rough ------ ---

arty of Brevard county and will \v Under of wens and knobs. Any num- Credit to Whom Credit Is Doe.ocou you nor the citizens will con- really wanted to instruct the WATCHES!

11\1'' of let; any be used. A curious mind liockluilKU News Mai'oh 5. sider It an impertinence If I offer the prtsident of the University, who ida

furnish employment to hundreds of -I"liucu Keen l>y the writer In the From ant\ authoritative source the advice, to-wit : Seeing that the case member ot their body, why did they -

persona for several years. 'land: hotel, Yokohama, has fifty legs, News" has (lie following anent the now has been tried by one tribunal, with not go up in person and talk and advise ,

t while the liody, bias been so treated as much mooted Stetson University matter Stetson: as president, and that this with him, instead of joining with '.

editorial 10 Miccest n hoi'ny ceutlped. A second : "It i is acknowledged that Mr. decision I is, repudiated by Stetson himself Stetson and Stewart in their efforts '
'l, The fraternity through 1.\"1ot peilfstnl\ is the mushroom. A Stetson has largely toward the decrease L
given he, Stetson having failed to seek to the attendance at the Institution
tff out the entire country regret to tLl1.tt'PI'\ \\-i an u nl mn. I [min'm. such as building up and support of f the university any other tribunal, and that Dr. : ? There may be some good + have a Fine I
the buffalo tiger, unicorn; elephant or but it must also be acknowledged WE
learn of the illness of Berich
1 severe these resolutions should
I Ip Forbes and Mrs. Mathes have now reason why
that other .
drat;m. have: contributed heavIlyto and ,
:. Wilkins, owner of Washington Nearly III\\'II'S the chisel!! Is guided by the institution Two-thirds of the brought the case up a second time be sent broadcast over the country, meet

Post, who is one of the best-known itiniur or satire. If It be a saint whoIs first cost of one of the large buildings before the United States Court, the and, trusting in the wise judgment of ) 1

and most whole,souled UeplctcHl, the look of piety or suffering vas contributed by citizens of DeLand. highest tribunal in the land, In the "those members present: we print any! conlpetition,1Iotexcepting .

newspapermen IB leplnceil\ by a leer or drunken Again, there was a shortage in run form of a damage suit, let us like impartial them, out of respect to the cloth. ij
in the Union. lie has made for the which But we cannot their methods. catalogue
urlinnee\ ; If It be a warrior, every limb ning expenses year was honorable await the decision approve
met by six citizens of DeLand without men, With all respect.-THE EDITOR.!: ]
the Post the allll m milea\ molded so as to suggestdecrepltuile -
leading news
of In the
among calling upon Mr, Stetson. Conrad that tribunal. mean- prices. <
papers of the untry. It occupiesthe or a desire to run away. Hall was built without Mr. Stetson's time, let us ask the citizens of De- '
tjumig 1'1. the Invincible soldier
same position in the United prince: l If! frequentlyportrayed etaudntf aid as was also the new Science Hall, Land to bury the hatchet and let the Spring HumorsCome Our own guarantee

on one leg with the other extended which represents something over $60- lawyers and judges,! have'the right of /
c' States the Times "thethunderer"
today as ooo Mr. Stetson gave the ground on to moat people and cuiiSe many amounts to soinethingvis .
like balancer. New way. Spare the young men and girlsof ,
a professional
; rope ,
which it stands, friend of the institution I
does in -
Yolk I'OHt. DeLand' and the University the troubles,-pimples, bolls and other, I
giving the $60,00000 to build and "we are hereto
equip: it, Another cottage has already unsavory odor that must arise from eruptions, besides loss of appetite,

," The present fight has apparently WATERFALLS IN JAPAN. been purchased and furnished as a stirring the uncanny mess. Let all that tired feeling, :fits of biliousness, I back it '

bitter than the young men's dormitory, for which Mr charges be proven or dropped. The indigestion and headache.The up. i
r more even
u grown The? Are Almuit CoantleM aad Are stetson was not asked to contribute.
Used .. Shrln .. law says all men are innocent till sooner one gets rid of them the
waterworks fight of a few years \\ giving Mr Stetson due credit for
\ The wnt rfalH of Japan are almost hat he has given the university, still proven guilty. The Redeemer preached better, and the way to get rid of them In your Holiday thoughts let .

f, ago. Our people are not lined up couutle89. There Is one at every turn, i.t is felt that the ownership and con-) the' gospel of peace to all, "Judgenot and to build up the system that has them revert to

quite the same as they were then, and where there was not one In the duct of the institution is vested in therusteej. that ye be not judged." suffered from them Is to take

I 1- but the same leaders awn ill evi beginning the Jape have made one, fort ," Shall the honorable Southern gen. W. A. Allen & Co.,

dence. The same old arguments Is their passion. Every little garden Few Tattler Caused the Trouble. tlemen and other honorable citizens, Hood's Sarsaparilla Aa the; are well prepared tomeet
has fnll and It would Dot be
a or whether American or alien, cast mud all problems.
i i are used, too. The outcome, which From the Citrus Co. Chronicle, March 5. and Pills \.
considered it garden lit all without it. at a man of Dr. Forbes' position, or ata W( E ery statement we make
cat will be in"urioue There are very beautiful ones lu There is no entanglement at Stetson 101 i also guaranteed.
the many
jumps -
ever ,
way defenseless without trial? in r
woman Forming combination the
of Spring
_, various. of the and University as one our contemporaries I
parts country, they
:'L"""" to the town. But man was The trouble there He who hinge mud must sully his own
suggests. over Mediclno par excellence of: unequalled
ure all of them shrines visited by A. ALLEN & CO. j
(* 1-\ \ not placed on this terrestial sphere thousands( of pilgrims every year. Theydo was caused by a few tattlers whose hands,-but be sure that mud will not strength in purifying the blood as -

for the enjoyment of one long, sweet not pray to them as to n statue of mouths were anything but prayer stick lung to the adamantine armourof shown by unequalled, radical and "
:t'K!;; books and who were but tools in the nuda -veritas. ...permanent
y n f song:"'The bitter must!:! be taken Buddha, but they first pass up a little hands of an unprincipled schemer for euros of ,
paper prayer on a convenient rock and the sole of ruin Dr. When Moses went up into the mountain ,
11I;. ; .e with' the sweet. If our people bad then sit down In rapt attention aud Forbes purpose Just wait a trying while, and to you will Aaron gave unto the children of Scrofula Salt Rheum .-. i I

r, just kept hands off, had left alone gaze at the falling water for hours, tak- see that the suspicion of guilt which Israel a golden calf. How' long did it Scald Head Bolls, PimplesAll NOTIPE OF APPLICATION( FOR TAX ,

those things 'over which they have lug an occasional cup of tea at a little now hangs over Dr. Forbes will be dissipated last ? O. T. DE G. BERTOLA. Kinds of Humor Psoriasis' DKEH UNDEIt SECTION 8 OF .
f' teahouse which always stands close at like mist before the Blood
risingsun -- Poisoning Rheumatism -CUA.eTEK 4888, LAWS OF'" FLOK- "
yy ,no control, it would have been better baud. Catarrh IDA I r
.. Private mailing cards with local Dyspepsia, Eto .
,. for all concerned. The Jape are great at making pll scenes, for sale. at fisher's, Allen' Accept no substitute, but be sure to NOTICE ta here! ; (given that K. L. .,. "
grlniage auyway. When a man ha* How to Core the Grip.Aceo'dlng and Brills. 2'Pday' ; July: Uerttttonie' No oawJYd
Hood's anti
get get it today. the of A. D. "t
law. baa Hied aald
reached the age of forty-five, he Is
sup to a French physician, an cei-lltlcntela
Y'' Sv! In course of time there will be posed to have raised a family which attack of grip can be cured by cologne. for tax my deed office to, liana and hasmadeappli.Callon in accordance 4
three great highways in Florida- will In the future take care of him. The prescription Is also recommendedfor lowtngdrscrtb'dpropertyeltouted with law Said. ciMtlrtoHte. embrace' in the Voiu"fol-v. p:

About the first thing he docs on retlr, colds, which at this .season are to county Fturhlu. to-wit- ',
_ all leading from Jacksonville; one Cabinets. Lou A lo It t loo. lilt til I,Seville ;:
lug la to start on a series of pilgrimages. stubborn and so common. To be effective FOR Photographs in Covers. The said Tend being ag...f...ej at tho date of 11
'.f a. r to PJnsacola, one to Miami, and one Sometimes he joins a band of fellow the cologne must be used at the-. Panels on Maiden Board. the UHlmiica. of inch certificate In the name "-

; ? to Tampa. The one to Tampa must pilgrims, or, if comparatively wealthy, very beginning of the disease. The 1 A Variety of Styles and Slzes'ot Cards or be James redeemed Week according' Unless. .to laid'law,certificate tax Heed shall will
tie sometimes takes his wife and a minor very best cologne Is poured on a handkerchief Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Easel Issue tluireou ou the. :Ulat day of April
paw directly,through Vplusia county child and makes! the pilgrimage by and the fume Instantly inhaled YOU We Study. to Please. 1 Wlln"RI: A.D., s.

# and through DeLand.. It will himself. These pilgrim bands can always through the nose and mouth. If MISS NEAL'S STUDIO. the :20th! dli my) ot omehtl h..eb,signature A.. D. ll1U3.and seal tbl.

Seville and be Keen moving about the country the trouble Is concentrated In the throat, [Neal ) SAM'L D. JORDAN, .
,1 r enter at near Clerk
Yolnsia or !: Circuit Court.Grove's ,
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They little banners with tho )
/ carry the relief, it Is said Is almost Immediate. t .
; exit linear Enterprise. The one to name>f their city and district"Marked' At first the Inhalutlous are made r- -_ .-. -

i \\l i will pace through Volusia on them/and when they have received at Interval of but two or three min .

j 1 Oak HilL good entertainment at a teahouse. or utes. After a burning sensation has
L icopp fromjOrmond to Tasteless Chill r 4
hotel they cane one of their banners up been excited a period of ten or fifteen Tonic
r owill ,be connected by a road In a conspicuous. place aa a testimonial. minutes may plupne. Twelve hour is
r. o ea iVDeLancl' to Daytona. Our Often n band of pilgrim will travel a fair ,test with the remedy, Its failure has stood'the test 25 years.. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Miffioa

end of the country to the other After of bottles. Does this record of to ? 1 1lraeJa
Bottjd Hof County conimietoneri from one that length treatment being regarded _. meal you No Cure No Pay., SOc.
,"visiting every.tePJple.an4,1alertaU. as an Indication that grip was ,' 4 taYh.wg 1ouI.Y a T -" g." of CIow"1II.-k; Hoop Liver PIII. :
"YdYVa aehetataiLh&Legi (out. tJ.e '. -:- r already .tooter under way .
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: / Let Us Thresh o. .i a :" '
... uJSry be easily brightened bpubbIn the Mother Tin EAST COAST FLORIDA I ;

(; Business Men with common salt. Coal .all! the U PAfUDISB REGAINED." 4 ig In "
Matter OutNo \., .",;;;::'
near presence of ruober In any form ''J\oro\! sat- : .. .'

i -'OJ': WD.-: will cause silver to tarnish. On of the Potash-No I th?" "', : '1! 'I

best receptacles for silverware cutlery Fruit I arg ,

IDAZ.BAEBECKE.M.D.: : ,. Is a canton flannel knife case tacked to No Phosphoric Acid..-No Seeds Lost Reason AfterLaGrlppe. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.: ..., :

bysician and Surgeon. a closet door. No Nitrogen-No Leaves had ; I!

c.Ave.. DeLand, Fla. Offloe Hours: How to Redact a Doable Chin. These three Daughter Had Frequent LOCAL TIME CARD No. 45.SOUTHBOUNDREAD In Effect Jan. 14,1 blebpor- ,":. j

|toLl3.4to4iiniI7tup.M. Superfluous! Mesh CUll be reduced by ., :
things must
constant exercise. find this especially Spasms.Dr. -_DOWN. NORTHBOUND-REJNo. tJve
llVIS I = -_, _
M. D.. be suppliedto -
: uppllus) to a double chin. Lower the No.89Daily. No.35 No.29 No.23 the
yM No.98 No.78Dully. No. 74Dally. No.I
.1 //yBicianand/ Burgeon chin upon the chest. stretching the neckus your soil. Miles Nervine Cured -. Dally.UCSp. Dally. Dally.040a STATIONS EDdIE. DalI f'I

& fur as you cnn und bringing, the chinforward I IOO9the .
hour .
r *..: 8 A. II.to 12 II.; 1 to B and Ito .. Write to UH Them Both. 829) '
p II. and down. Throw the head \ I T 61 D Jaokannrl bAn T 110 730 p1 7 9p lei
ilal and will I 833 4Sn ........ So.Jaoksonville.Lv 7 42 ......
uutll wo 7 12
attention to mldwlfey and surgery back the chin Is very high In the tw Mu) IlGOa.,8t.AuguBtlne.. .. a. I' J I s ed .
r,. ( alia answered Htany hour. Office In reHridence -.. send Dr. Miles' .. i..9. .. ........ 640 laOv 'iO !IIi ,
f / Indiana AVenue, west of Court air. Keep (In doing this.\ Lower the you Nervine i U a np cific fur nervous \ 4JulII Mu .... UV.. .......
: : : c'lln' and raise It until have d some books disorders. It removes the cause and effectsa iQjLI 9 40& .....Hasiings..i 10 lIet Ungout i..1
4 performed t giving the speedy and permanent cure. ."....'..''. .' airp IS a) IIllajl..I'.. lltka .Lvi. ... ......i-iil. ..... .. .... ':tliYt
: ' times. You should do \ gist uholu matter.VFKMA.V T6! 6 6lTil..... ... 1
this ,
'" .. every morn your medicines have cured my little grot\ "fOr"> .. .. .p.1 8 111 | ar..8an: Male .Ar| SOBul 655 sI 1 ( .. S;
fian and Surgeon. ing and every ulght as long as you are mne.of spasms. !:SJ"commencedhavmlhcm! | "IIIS.Lv..S..nllllll..o..I.v..I.l I. .... ..Pi.jO idg-
K1I.I WOIIK ..... .. .... .... .
at the ace of tlitec. Cm family doctor said Ir. .... WtofnT7777v( ........ .. 43 ,:
attllcted p
r- with a double chin. lIlt NUKIIUU HI., !>ow York ....Bunnella: ..... .... .. for .
IIUoner, not Speoiallat. she would outgrow them but she did not. rilop..a. .. 3.1'..... = ., '
v l\ Drug Store. Hour.: 9 to We took her to another ph>sician, v.ho said I I I 10 p..... .. .. .
How to Drive Away Mice. her trouble was epileptic fits in a mud form. 3 f' 21 I: 63 p 7'6B Ho(' .

__ Saturate a cloth with n solution of He did her no euud either.' She was so viii 32 f'. tG 3Sp p .i. .14. ..P. ..
and stuff It Into thehole nervous the could h.irtlly "ak) As I had z- .Ta 63 I' 13 I .3
*" cayenne pepper already wed! iJr. AI Ile3' Nemne mid found cocl \ S3 iii I' ... .. .. \
Orannr o Physician. or pprlnklen Rood 1 lnyer of cayenne --- ------- .-.--. it a good remedy for myself I commenced! oj: Ii I.Dupont..4: ..4 19 p .871 'S'4Vi S..
Pl Si
Inside: nnil (then fill up the hole with emu? It to lilY child. I gave, her in ail ten .us_ iJii i3p ..
NO> HUE: 01. AI'1'LIlJA110 I FOK TAX p .. 39
SchoQh botttt.it of the Nervine p
and of
ol Flnber'Bdruir store uioitnr In the making of which a good one the blond 5.I .'
/ Furiner. That I ... ... ? Cop l1p..e .
macy. > It A. M.; 8 to6ad7tc was over two years ago and 8311 I T
deul of cayenne lias been u.' ed. Mice DEED VNDEU SECTION; 8 OF CHAF- bhe has nut had uttaik I 5071' i a cap it
** \t : loathe the 1011)11 of CII.'cntland. will ? the treatment.an She mice is no we longer commenced I : : : : : : : .' : : : :: : : ::: ::: !: : : : : : :: : 01.HaILOia p.: .: : ... : : : : :
4S' .
TEll 4881 IAW8:! OK KLOIilDA.NOTICE 817a .7 80111' ItOp..Ft.l'hree. .. .. .
I LOR, not connni'nr It.Stricken. troubled her permanently with nervousness cured. i and enclcse we consider her I III .. .. .. .. .. 829" .. ...........TlhlmU .. .... .:. 10 Un 1311'1'.. ..... ..10...
........ .. .. .
IK pic .. 633 .. . .
hereby gIven Unit K. Itt .. .
-- -- ------ iliviy .. .. ..
lure My mother-in-law lost I.er and ........ ....... .
,' ot Tux C'l'rllllt'nto No. lili' ', reason 830'' n .. ... .. .... .
faeonDentlst.A. From the List. iiiLtil LImo 7in I duy of Jiini A I).. I IMIII\\ b.ic was in-ane for three months from the effects( -. .. .. 8..7 p .. .. .. ..... )
of bid biiiu criiilluiiioln I my oIIte'. iniiUu of l.aUnppe. S'l bottles of l>r. Miles' Ner 25 ..... Z U .Eden .......loUis.. .
d'* Drug Store "I'" OTICE la Ill>'rt'by given that at n regular : Pt)1 lent I.dii toi: lux ilfftl: : to tHHiie'i.'e: :: vine cured her. My outer has aKo taken it Dal y. ... no i. .. ..... ..
DeLand. Flit mectinir til the lily Council of the (.'It) inuo with law. Saul curllllfulv t-nibtiU'i-H tln. for sick headache with good results. \\'e all 6 40 aft 9 30 8 10p ..&..," 10 23 It /
PI of DeLunU bohl on JllondllY,1111111'. Muruli loilowlnir' deturll. t Blliiatvd thank, 11/1 o a 60 u 9.0. 323p .. 10 13 .
In Voiirtlit
lirsipel 1t
) much for |
9. you very your food mcdicinc 936 6 (\;) /
Ma tho a 9..5
XA.NDER lollowlnir nunivs were tttrk.kou cuu lit)', FiomIdi.> ton It: a 8 30 p 4 49 RoyalHoinclana. 10 CIS 40 n ID
and Hunk
new Irom the rvKUtnulcm book of silt city unti r-Hi ol i-vj-i :SIL-UII.: Tp IIB, JI""....' :'He. KHIU-ICH' I don thereis 945lu a 80110 V Ii 8 19p908p 4B9p .W. Palm headiLy 9 13 0a 12S
&JU wero ordered ud\fitlncd uuuording- 11\W. 'I'Uo HIIIU he mid liii lllX """,'..,ed Ul till' dutL* oh t any other medicine, half so cood. 1 send 1".' '..'....''' ....... ...Bnvii ton ... ..... ..05 n. ....
10 .. .
torney-at-Law. I. J. lui my daughters photograph so that ... > .. .... ...... .
llrnknw, t Inniiiiiic-u elray. .
removed. s.1 Bili'h cell Illeull' U I In 1 Mm 111111111 m.iysee 111 ...... .. 1915p..i 0:1: u .... .1
ill ...
J. H. Causey" rumo\ed. 0l l fi.(*. MuniilliK. Unli-Bsnnid icrl,illi.Mitc tluill what a sweet' little c"l lives, out in o. .. |i ... .... ...... 10 ...... .....
/notice In State and II 25 ....... .....
Federal Courts .' u 1019p ....... ... .. .... !'
( hIt Arkansas. Hillandale .
\ mo f es, FLOBIDA.: Uooina 1 and 8, Brush Jloek:, De <.1'ri>;. O.A. Funnliiir Ulvkursoii Fry. removed.ruinu\ed., romuvcil.. IHMIO A.U.IWJ.[ I reUfeuitd iitfrt.'ou: uccordlnH on the.: :UUth to Itiw day, tux ol duiMl March.will Springdale All :: ,-Ark.!MRS. HANNAH BARKtrr, 11 11 41 hOB a.. ..8..10...n.. .1118.. .;.10 10 60 tip.ji.. ..OpAr... .. ....LemonClty.. .. Miami..I.v: ........8...CO.. u 81 20 a.n.. ....8....Oft. .........II.....IX. ,f I Ife.

,, .* rvuif>\vci. v it Ideas my olllclal\ hlKiialurc Ii rid Meal till* drugcists sell and guarantee first bottle -
\ |S.W'AttorneyatLaw. U.C. Mvlllnxr. rvmoil. time K7lli. duty ut hi-uiiini)'. A 1)). IIKU. I>r. Miles' I .
II. T. Hot....... removed. ISi-ulJ ISAM'I. D JOitOAN on Nervous nnd I Heart Diseases. Address Augu
W. "H. Kuilz rcmoMid. Clk Clnult Court Volualu. ; County Florida. Dr. Miles Medical Co., EII-hartlnd. JACKSOKILLB TO ST. ATJOUSTIN-E. .
William Kulniun. removed. .
Cain Littleton, deu No.31

ijtkl1 State and Federal Court. Jordan U. N. Mvllettu l.eoiniid.removud.removed.. UH\'r"\ ". 1nvec5mmcnt
of k' .'..Dul' business given careful Golden I.. 1>. Miller Vollard rl>lI1o\, removed...... .. .: ,-._ .... .lullii' \Voi.ld; jou liUo to live _. ___________________ _______ Mon.' Mon. Mon .
A your Lv Juukaonvlll I 65
a B 411 a J14 65V I 1 30 8
on llr nut Smith I p 33p TtuITOfl i iii
removed. ,
> life tivrr nnln? Ar. St. Auiiusiine, 8 Hit 10' n) I |I'
belthi Jacob Thompson, I'"no\'ed. ; a 10 Ma 1 55 P I 130\ |> 3.1" 4 00 {. I 9 O5pJj

: KKTN3: It. D. Y"nulug.I't'movcd. TUEDFORD4tSBIAIfDRAUOlfT 1'.Inl''io.; but IM like to spend 1 o> erapiiii ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.
L. L.. ,
Vln/.tmt. removed.
nil the
dra\"' J. U. S. )(KobiiiHon removed. money l.\e toll/'lIt.-Stray/ No. 16-No. 38 No. 38

'V P torney-at Law. E. D. McLEOD Stoilc'tf."Srnllliois. I No. 98 I No. 92 I Daily Dally Dally No. 44 No. 30Daily. No. 78 No.
r CeLand, March 10, ItMKl.\ ): City Clerk. DIlII,. Daily. Kx.fun.; EI:. RI:. Daily I Dally. I Del

DeL.aiConrtof Record. Wlll |>raoscheairu .-. .. I h..r.1.1,1,1.. __ _ -. Sun. Sun.
witblu lie tilde ol Klor- X.V. Si.Aueuuust1nt 6 4D" a I H (lOal I 8 IS a III M a II1 40 iiilij
\ t
APPUnA'( ION I SOp 0.0
proveiTomeiuaiu \;''uuy| a >kterestliii :. Is poslthfl.v t I the most In- Ar., Jacksonville. | T 60 a I 9 Oil ft | 1n l a |12 U p 12 40 p I ltO p J 7 10 p 7 30 p I 7 40
I hoi..11:1 Ii li' I man" 1 Il"'I' Nil\\'.

been alJlllg&"A; TfcU:: 48 8. LAMS OF FI.OUIDA. THE GREAT "S'i'i: 1 I11"1'/ l>nc'\v him cvrn to 'nteit.iln SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
: T l la hereby given that H. -
for COMPA.NY NOTICE L.l.ufbury, :> tin I Men.Vliiit to Eat.Georgia .
up; Inlltan\e. ol IHX vertittuatu fAMILY SANFORD BRANCH.No. :.
D. Leon Sprlnjr' VtEB.: uultd tim lb d.IY of June, A.L 1890! hug il.ed MEDICINE -- ORANGE: CITY BHA.NOSTATION '
New said curllrtciitt In my oitiue sob lies >0"10. IllIilly i 12 .
Sm3rna [1N0. No. 3 I .
J. be .{. pel.ecled. ii|'l>llcutloit lot tux dvud ti> Ititiio In uccoidunue .| STATIO! D I.l.D..lly! I Dally | !. I'MDa \" :,1
papers are nand 911"11:, wIth law. Said eerlltioatu vinbnioea. \114'luUuwllllll"acrlb..o Southern ;- ........ ... ..
Tltuavlllo ....Ar 120 :
will bercatjv / properly situated tn Voluslit 7 ........... .. : P I I ...:;
Minn ..........Ai1| 07 p .15 10 IOa'Lv.' .M. ,
I Florida p 8myrna..Ar 1.
or May. TH cOlin ) mt.wte ( : OII.\I.V. ...... .. Omepn .......... .1
\ .Ant Bi
a 805p I II II. F.v. Utkctle
tit .Ar I 12S
sw), See all, 'h.| lu a, K 33 '80 acres" en "
... .. ..
.......... .
prize of a bo J The BHld laud being HBaenxed at the dale of Ar 11 80. 5 297.as 11 Di) atLvOIanei., City..\r 12 4
All the parf the lattuuiicu of Much ceriltlcHlu In the uaiue Thetlford's BU-k-Drauglit has Florida Railway! '9 _- ..... ... :Si.if..rd. ..._ .. ...1." 11 00 a6_ P _.11_45.!_HI,Ar _.Or. City J. .Lv12__4 1
THE NEWsV: ubhc.palf ..r All Harris. Uini g,. Bald ci-rtlftcttlu chum' I saved Joctors' bills for more than AND No. 19Sun. No.17
be I'eUvt'iueil according to law tax oIe..1 wit! For I \ MATTFORT: BBAJJCH.Lv No. 1'
d upon. liwriit lUureou on ho. dliiU day <>t Muieli JIIII.!. sixty years. the common family .. !Only Dilly I Dally 1

v arkjiae \r.a1 E B t a t e. thiS WltncBH: 7tbil my ol r.llli'lul febiuaij\ DlKimturv, A.li. 1IHXI.beiil and. Beul' tills ailuionts! such as constipation, 'i IIUMIII_*_.ltlv I ._*r_Konte._ TTOO 4 19 p ...... ...... ..... ..... Jackionvllla ....... .. .............Ar 8 HI. 5
) indigestion! hard colJt bowel com h. 11 08 a 4 53" Ar. ................... South Jacksonville....................I.v 8 u..
vauy'aBBusanieutB attended to 101 [ ] UAM'L: U.I JOKDAN plaints chill and fever biliousness Sclii'ilulc, In F.IFi.ct Jiimmry 4. 11103. 11 40 a 5 U l' Ar .....................Pablo ...eh..L'. 7 to..
of rl.. Detund, ha.LULI. Cleik Circuit Court, Voluahl Co.. Ha.NO lipadaihes and other like -- -------- 11 4S a B 89 p Ar. .....................,Atlan 110 Boaoh ......... .. ....... .Lv 7 41 a
---- IV OO ,
.' ---- in BJ3 p r..M..y ort..I.v 1 _790 11 .
complaints other ; !
LIt no medicine is I"" I'13 "r.
Will ; _"\'., I ICE OK APPLICATION FuR TAX: necesaary. It invigorate* uud l reg- 1.t'.llIlk.. .. .. '. . iiiHipni" tjiilcki-lfi II ".-,n in Trains not s'op at Blatio :a opposlto which no time U sUowa.
i., PH.D. 1'EEH 11NDLK! tEUIION 8 i HP CHAP- ulatei the liver, assists lilestion. l..I'M' k.nu'IIIl' .. M ml"ptu 7r 7 >fiim. The T.me Tab'"" show I\lie time at whIch tralnB may be expected: to arrive am ,
< Ar V ... .. .. .,
lilnMii .
th ( I II I Irq'IOI Ill V, from thu 'verai) HtatlonB. but thplr arrival or the
departure stated
{$ 'b. TEn -18SM/ LAWS: OP I LttKlDA. stimuliitos action of .. ... inn ac timed IB not gus I
tho kidneys: AI-TIIKIII ... .. !1'1 'limn. luipiu: : nor tltiea the Company hold ItiieU reapoualb log any delay or
,4! HI Alll'lst. Is Uhertb Klvin: thai H. C McCoy, iiuriliej the blood l and purgvi ihe 'I'linli-ln. ... .... .. :M ilil,iim I 4s theiefruiu.Peninsular. any coniequeaoei
residency ,," of lax evrtlfleale N..itb;, daledthetfid > Lowols of foul uccmnulatioiid. It ,\. M.ifim, .. ..... .. .Ifilmii 4 III pin..
v._ day ol Jill)'. A.U luoo IIHB HiedMaid I r <.II I.. v
f Io' '"Li y8over Allen's Drug Store ci i impute lu ui)' ofllee. and limit uiadu np- cured liver complaint indigestion, ,ti 0'.r.: : \ ... .I.-...'. ItUI 7 4"i pm and Occidental Steamship Connections at N ,
TlBBduyi> Larliguu'a Houae p itelut Ion jut lax deed tn Issue in uccoidaneewuh sour stomach, dizziness, chills, I..
Beef lieefil''Moimiunia' hI8111u eerMltciilcembrucea ibe fol. rheumatic pains, suleuche, backache riiiiMiiiiniiKu... .. .. . 1 mi pm 10111"I. BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST, HAVANA. AND NASSAU 4))
l ow'tug ">
'rOuye, Drown House ) hum 1 iii", lowlt: kilne'trout.IIS, constipation, II.I..I''j..r.: It. It. -S-- I
John I lot a 2, Ink' X. Wall's nud to fh')t"nll. Jiurrhoeu, l biliousness, piles, hard Llllliu .. .. H !V.'ilm 7 :24 pin _MIAMI-NASSAU_ LINE., I i t MIAMI-KEV WEST-HAVANA I
..GeorletJo The M..h.lIUlld l.elngu.ce..ced HI thtdatoofth'i'Uiiei colds and headache. I'\ory druggist A i- t It]Icuig.>.. .. ... iii :i'> inn -- ---- ----- -'
I S ) ol' such certificate Hi I I ho mi me I.. & :\. K. It. Commencing January lf 19O3.tv I CommencIng Jaa4ary 15. ;1BC
pi taltI Y: ..r Johu Helton. lnlc": Bald ucrtltti'ittu bIle hasThpdl'ord'a l BIacU-l>raughtin Ar l.nnlsx-illH .. . :S 'ill) 11 in l.l.'iuni: Miami ?uI.n'rlmur..1 05 P L"MlawIBull..Tbu..J
}'. \. ;; Uu red:imed iiueoiilltitr lo law, tux. dtedullIBHutt : 25 cent puckapes anti in mammoth Al' tutu liiiiuil. .. 7 au alum 4 UT" ill rut ArNatmiu'lurK. . ... ...... .. 3 00 v Ar Key West Sun.,Thur................'
a ilivreon on I Ito 8i.tli duy ol MI\reh.l\lIta.\ I tize fur $l.Ut). Never I l'&E.I.lt.i-t. NiBiauei1..Silt; .. ... ... ..10 Ml a .LVKeyW..tlIu.-ThUr................
part DxLAND, FLA. %v tittess tidy DlIicialvlKiiaturu, and. Bra) I bin substitute. Insist accepta Ar ('hmltug.i . .. ... II l.'iaiit Ar Minim Tliur., Sun . .. It 00 a Ar Havan t Mon 1'1.. ..................
owing to (be :271 b da) ol Fednarj AD 1J.SelllJ on having tho 1 1'011.1 train* l Irinn .liukxcmvllln, tn Muc'un. Commencing February 2, 1903. Lv Havana. .Mon.. FilAr ....................
po tpolle :: :: Table suptfordte. (:: SAM'Lll. JOHU AN, original made by the Chattanooga linlim,.I I trom' Put hit S it lull O&.It ut ViililiiHlit Z.V Btliunl Mini., Wed Fri. .. . .. I 00 Key Went Tu B flat
Medicine p Turv' ::::::::::: :
C'U.i k Circuit Court Lv Went : ::::
V'oluala (:'o., k la. Company. \\I Uh t tiaiiiK I volnir noil I h t mud' .Ti'. kainvflli I I .. Ar Nadnuu TIIFK ,Tliurs et ( !IO Key Sat .
IIlr. Jo I believe I L'M-iil Sli'i in.r. on DlJlo Fiver lialn' for Lv NUJ :aiiTuo: :.Tliur:: :,. :::::::: ::: 3 03 u li Ar MIIDII Tuea. But, ...... ............
e_ lliiarp n; Notice of Attntliiuent. Thedford'i Black.Draught Muci 1111. r,'nun:ilntf I In dt-pot' until" 7 .30a: ) in. Ar Ml mil \\ud Fri Sun. .. .. I U SW a
bAKE. Proprietress. II the best medicine on earth. It is Piiiliniin Iliilli-l tlh| plnK CIIIH trom JiukHnnvllio ,
through .
_ _ Cotumenoing March UO, 10O3.I.T Abor houi" baaed
In Circuit Court, Seventh! I I to '1I' Lonlarla I ou 80th Meridiaard
trated Judicial Circuit good for any and everything. I havea nhovi' rnntu wit ho.it Wi .. ... .. .. ...
chiini/n of rir4 nil I I""h'| MIamI Mnn, : > si nee.: County Volualu, State or Florida. family of twelve children and for I'lillinaiiH Itiii'Ht f>li..'piii... on Fli-r train, tiain, ulna' Ar Nat's.LU Tuo..., rl hu Stit. ........... .. I 00.. except that shown for Naftaati:
! ful Is USE, Jmnea E. Alexander I four years I have kept them on foot I t liiruiru" Wit h01l1 chnnuro Hinnu tv Lv N uBdilil TIIA..lTllllr., tint. ........ 1CJ\ p or Nassau time.I
nl vs. I j l.tt.0. and healthy with no doctor but Black. I Fur fchnltilva\ "n,1 l oiin r I Inrnrmiition" to I- Ar illmiil Ued. Frl Sun: ............ ...6 iiO a
J. A. Ucurlett div. ,
a 1. II.
\FrPltTV.: .
The wn\v'H HOPBIETBES8. 'l'IIE ileK'iidnnt A. Scarlett, U hereby no. Draught A. J. GREEN Illcwara. La. j ISsI III"1 I'ima. .\141.> >'I! W. liny $t. For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.
will close oiTtTi;.,. ,'<1 thai Hull by utiHfhuivnt' liaa luenm'lliilfd I <'r Jill. k""IfI." ., Kin.Lie I
I elIte from the U'.rd.:; L ntmtiixt him ou tIle lolluwliitf' V
n with which ., pioprn) vlSw /.: .. .. 11. I' .a. Ai< Mui-oii Clu, ,..
Stfetk.: Special rate 1-br Iliu MW 1-4 of Sec :OS: T lOS, U :'M K, -- -
return to tborsenaon.Quite ooutMliilnir tom t 3 MCTI-M I40i, uml' HIM .. l-'J ol. '
r a numb I It.. n w 1-4 ol M-u6, Tp 17 f., K :U) f, unutahiltiHT LOUISVILLE t & NASHVILLE vt...
as usual twenty sun a, ml lu Vultmlu. couui' >, '
places Nuw iinlri, >4 )'iiu ShIlIlItPPt-lIr tu I Ii.. Mellon ,I 4
.. tilled by nor!_ ,, l in lint dint Mondtiy in May, A. I>. IMCI.; Jii'lir-' --First Class Service and Quick Schedules to-
f. this section THE YKAB-: lUI-llt>) tic I utiitt Will lie lltktJII H"THillHI I >*>ll. one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 model
< WiiiifHii u ui) bund and 11m HuRt, ot Haiti CVuHtlil 'r bicycle of our manufacture. rou CAN MAKE )Birmingham Nashville, Evansv.lle Chic
91O TO
'Jind Florida Avenue. lIt D bt. rib-u..iy. A.II. IIKI. 9SOA
GentrY'1i (\\FlorldR.& (tOdd .1) "HAM' L "li. JOHDAN, iVfdf besides having a wheel to rldefor yourself. Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis

, '. yellterday.ed to two The"' and bomellke. P.,'p.Iii.. k ii r Cirvull*,>pi* :uml Cniiil U lii i l VoliimuCiiiiiiit Urn: in II.Aitorur rla.. 1902 Models KS::: $9 to $15 -and] All Points Vent and Northwest.Nobile .- ,

,IRI rR.... by the )a I lor Coin\>hi Itutilt.NO .
'*' as ever can, which be I Is l a.: AlcLKOD, Prop. 1900 and 1901 Models MB/hsET3 $7 to $1|| New Orleans: and All Points Southwest. rj
glven ?* tickets via the L. & :N. sold all railroad
Througu Oo
1 lIrE( ; APPMOA'llON rOK I'AX BOO Second Hand Wheels O are by

Copies of the'hSE' liKKl: L'Nhhlt hECHllN 8 .F taken In trade byour Chicago retail stores all UU10 O CO UO Ticket Agents in Florida.For : .

J: Souvenir C'll.1'IBII8 8. I.A\VS IK FLOlllI.iA. makes and models wood asllew........... ...... "Sk-lifiluleu.' Ruil cit ituiiltkwplN. ir Cur Heservutloiis, apply to ... M. FLEMING
. auspices of the ?.- {PROP. \Ve ship any bicycle APPROVAL to any C! l_. P. A.. Floi'Itla PinuuiiKer. Atilt
, ,. Society! are on sale I .. one without a, cent deposit in advance and allow : Kiui\! ;', I iATLANT1C'. aw) West Hay St., JaekaonvUle
\TUriCE l 1..I..rcllve"' thai It II.
and Brill's.It i\l !:: IUllaprl"dllt i __
Florida L'l |tircliaHir ot I'ux mit ie C
. 10 You talc
Is Hie 3.I d.uy: or Julv:: \ I ). ban Illidviilil TRIAL. ;
t' rumored on(' s it per week: ceillllualu I In m) ,.IlI.i....mtd immiM ina -:-- '/. (ti I the electric rallw tcason.. Iii tt.itt 10mm for lux" ibid to IBSIIH I In ai'conlaiiciwith no risk In ordering from us, as you do not need _
Johns to Daytona v\ .' law Huld crrllllciilu' embraces I 111" followiuif .- to pay a cent If the bicycle does not suit you. COAST LINE
last dei-crllCl prnpfity slluuttd 111 V olu'
assured and tb; al" ci lit ill 3', n..rM".o-wlt I DO NOT BUY & wliet-: nmll.you: have written for cut r
'. J gin at once. But .. N Bt-U 01 n.-H Hi-e:JO.' Tp. Ills H 313 e. 40 sores FACTORY,; ES FREE TRIAL OFFER. -
' 4it.; not begin to pack the( Tliu i-ulcl laml belntr: : iiBHeHseil: : I ul t111 ilnluoltb Tiro*. equipmentaandrle and sporting roods! of alt kind, at
;. .r for a 'Irananoe or niirh eertltluaieln Ibo nunio olOlcir half regular rtcos. In our big free aundry catalogue. Con
on the beach,tractor, llmlrlubt UlileBB ald i-erllneuti tain a world of usKful. Information. Write for It. ::EtELilxscELd.: Ce>
bill lie reikcined according to law, lilt deeil WE WAItT. reliable person in each town to dlitrlbute catalomwa\ us lu ..
The baseball: teaar.nks will limna ihorvon on th. JUib day of Maicb. exchange for a Wcycle, M rIte today for free catalogue and our special dId 1 I

school nine will go ovcl A Wllnesi.I)) bOil my ofllelul. Igosluro amid seal tjli"Ibu J. MEAD CYCLE CO. Chicago III.; :
this afternoon .
and The
play teta.. mIll day uf frel.i'umtmy. A. l II. 1UUH.tSKAI. Creat Through Car Line From Flori L.
nine '
't.-- on Saturday. On Wi 'C ( .) \M'b. l>. JiiKOAN .. -
his week the public school ** Clerk Circuit Court ol Volualu Couuiy.Fla. 1
: (<7t I Jblrd:. .University nliT CONNECTIONS: ""'! "

.\ him lose sight/ of th; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX

I.\ :': / of such an act In looking fr.* DEED CNDEU fEC'TIUN 8 OF CHAP. OVEn ITS OWN RAILS TO Savahnah, Charleston -

.., .' We motive. "Why does Ks TEll 48'"8, LAWS OF FLORIDA. WINCHTR I 70THs EAST Richmond, and Washington, thence via the

" 1 loses friends. !by: It. HejTo Let NOTIOE l ,.,IS puichaaer HEREBY of GIVEN Tax that Cert'floale Mnrhi VIA ALL-RAIL. Peonsylvauia Railroad. I

, \ ness or professional los I No. 3\1Idlt'Ld!' lbs ild day or July, A.U.lUOO. bai I
\ I hued\ Bald certlllcnteln my 0111.... and nan inailvnppllaailon FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS The LouluteiLleanil Nuiihville, via Montgomery.
he sees where he will I for Deed to I Issue accordingto TOTHE WEST

!ZO..... plans laid. It will 4 I Ibis Iv I law.described: field properly l.'rJc emb sItuated IICCB la the Volusin fol'owInir .Cr "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" The Mobile and Ohio Railroad via Montgomery.Via .

and you will lee the baistt I County, FlnrKJn. towlt : %u-rL.r---1-1r-l-mr-1a--u1J-1.-l'-ru-.r---l--J-- IttlJ'DTtJ'
(t'" I Lot &!. Oor.on'B Addition to DeLnnd. Savannah and Octan Steamnbip Company for New Tori,
purpose. And thus men. e11 I The inld Lig' *clog assiwseil at tbu date of | you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition Pbila-Mphia und Boiton. .

: 1.the ground like moles, searc\ of thu1ccuU Ch l lri*cerllllculBln>n. Unlew Bald the oertlBOtoycottlnKVed name- .OF 1 the kind that shoots where E AST Via Norfolk Steamer for New York, Washington aai
that which did not. eD',, r to law.Tux you Baltimore.VIA .

... they would.only use their eyes ti bey. Awai4wLI1 InlC scale( oon on. the. Blat day of 1 point your gun, buy Winchester Factory STEAMSHIP. Via .S" Bon..h soil Merchants soil Miner Transportation Company,
i" f2 I Rn.1 seal ibis
.":.,' would see something that' In its oc. MarcIt31,100 lgflflfUr A. D. tlm.IW. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with for Baltimore and Philadelphia.To .

currence, alas too Infrequently she ered ae-reat tr M'L.D. ,
, ci .: 4rirrui.he Black "Leader" and Key WestAND '
increase powder
''r- mandood in its grandest aspect, I, the*uc ; "Repeater, loaded Via Peninsular and .

t.t.r' 'defiance of public opinion for the take .., close lesumptton of Btrlke with Smokeless Insist upon having Winchester -- ---- %
R ER HAVANA. Occidental Steamship G<:r.
right, Often the motive so ifhte luctlon la
( hng
,! ; \'na..tt1n'irJ.beneatl1.tl1e.urfacl. !i ;1.! k. 'rom ten to.DhVt "'BALSAM: : Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. .
, on the surface In pUlni..>*lew,ojC I hose bey weiliht Ofl. l.0 Ihno.. Or., .- ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM ileage Tick.ets. "
who have not*:'5L$ acale1 ot by car for co ".. jd':' bt t,f.1.i! ::. ; "
it-* s IUJte iw..1, .
M1aersareJpd r>no I.. Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the .

pICIOD: o et1 .ie)!, itt"....'ju, .t employing-c9 ... .. principal railroads In the Southern. States are on sale by the principal
what it f prete nd* to oe. Tiperforined"because'lt ':-.I- 4t the : alrenls.

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tWitneM.. .. or write: '.

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: .i Clear-Cut Statement lives--rer) implacable, and thelIIi11ionair Two Letters and that Dr. Forbes'' made "a "very bn-.T, ...., ......... "
\ benefactor: of the institution .
LThe and impressive appeal, and that at its (
I from Mr. Calhoun | from gave histended viii U out that he had cut out S An A 111 close Dr. Foster said that a g \) i' "r
the $
legacy he had in- Il
o thoroughly manly position, and '
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo:' fo the school. This brought Ste.tson himself added, emphatically, ( ,- ? f ;., "' ...,' .

r1 ; 'rom tn. Tampa Tribune Murch 4. up to the board of Trustees the question "that is right." From the FloiMa. j : ).toq.Q
of ( AFFIDAVIT OF (UEORQE: M. !\ :. .
chad ice between the who ,
Tribune So much has. been, man .
Editor\ : GEORGE: M. FORBES. &'
We notice ,
said in the: State press about the dilti who given had of iven his his surplus lire'work--the a'nd the man man COUNTY STATE OF OF NEW MONROE.YORK, }j-jas.) Sworn to before me, this 2nd day of our state bt rlorlda'foJ.,nd'. )JprlltbJ\\ _

culty and scandal at Stetson Univer- who gave, noney in sustenance and the CITY OF UOCHKSTKR. ) September, 1902. misrepresented ; : i. H. St

; u :&:. sity and there is such an evident trend m man who lad given ability and talent GEO. A. OLIVER, controversy wbif. ._
mooth... and judgi' ent and skill, and who had George M. Forbes, of : Notary Public. ; ag0Vs \ \
: in of the to one
a portion
_ .- d; Wh. paid In i press conferred success: in practical: opera- Y., being duly sworn, deposes : Trustees of the ilL a nupilft I .,,!I
; dyaqe Mdd 6)jiIEit.ir.edIn side of the controversy .that I ask room tion Tlthe -y wisely decided in favor pi that in the latter part of June LETTER FROM MRS. STETSON. Stetson. We ., vJ ,Difr: U.'< \.:, !.'C I

the for a summary-brief as may be-of man! who had bestowed life in received a letter from John who made ; bpm tb
This Is the letter referred to in the ut( for hili&
the circumstances attending the affair preferenc:* to the man who had be- son, of Ashbourne, Pa., did so simply
foregoingaffidavit as havingbeen lil\..
1 .j AClYertlllDII' from the beginning. I have had per- towed iji oney only. The man who him to come to Ashbourne ability;
rat" Dr. Forbes
written to draw out. were ,,1\\8Uh: $ .,
- '
4j sonal interest and reason to induce me gave mOl ey had been rewarded by sonal interview in the l
Obckuormouy4 Address aii Ce to give the matter a thorough investigation h having tile institution named in his brother, Dr. J. F. Forbes. of Dear Dr. Forbes: 'I the case. In our : ) ;oc'CupLea otjtb,4t'

from an entirely, unbiased stand honor, he had been acclaimed noble Fla.; that in response to the An impression comes to me often 'the press of Positionsi
1 Moodle f Lake"(JI: ,
: with force. It is this Mr. Stetson : ,
r.I ;-=: point. I would like to make my conclusions p philanthropist had got the worth he went to Ashbourne and great : : the men who for 1.1.! effort"..0,
knows himself bern position
-- to a
columns. of f his The other terview with Mr. Stetson fair
public through your : money. man must eminently agricultural 4eu'lo'
FRIDAY, The whether f fain be consent with the of son being ,the where he can: help the University some, t o''
main point at issue is : sense duty present sure that their and who4c1)"
for the demands
D &'tForbes: president of the institution performed nd the affection: of the the time and taking part in : but possibly not sufficiently biased -of the''
L_ ,. Tbe govern has been guilty of criminal: misconduct y young men and women whom he had versation; that the of a work which: is growing so Spark
fast and I have if by In this
J- era states : wilh one of the female teachers : so greatly henVfitted: and for him thereis ments are based upon been wondering wanting ,:
; are i .' l' his has been charged, upon him. i no other regard. randa made by him upon the remaining on the Board he is not important to -De

... to the cane f if true, he should have been removed It i is impossible to explain or account and immediately after the thereby hindering the opportunity that within the state.The r

soon to be held from his place. If untrue, the pro f for Mr Stetson's attitude and conduct: Deponent states that the other might otherwise come of support I from intimated Impres ; Uo
sources. Perhaps
ceedings of the trustees who removed except upon grounds which: I will not tive impression derived from : prevailed that
4': ,, Mr. Stetson from the presidency of express in words lest he might be versation of both Mr. and \ as much to you before, and 1 .
- Times-Union their board and confirmed: Dr. Forbes blamed for things for which he is not son was that the real issue now assume the personal responsibility been made of ; ;

'. think they kim IIi the presidency: and administration of personally responsible. He is to be stated explicitly that they did of writing to you ,to say that I would President \ ,t1,,\
l like for think this ;
Those who the institution are fully justified. duty honored for what he has done, and had not at any time, : you to matter over not the case. A fo )

j. ." kno I will first consider the question ol and it would be unbecoming and ungrateful him guilty of anything more and give me your honest, untramelgd; vestigation was ...Ba ''
of the I think that if
wait for the oth the guilt or innocence: : of Dr. Forbes. ] to detract in the least from i indiscretion. The real issue matter. of Trustees hams.
.p -- .1 Last July an attorney of DeLand, who the credit due him. 1 he people of be a personal grievance he would resign, his place! : might be better i"

-'; 'p ;f |* Instead represented luniseli as acting (for Mr. Florida appreciate it, and are grateful of the question of Dr filled and the expansion of the work ber of which ",:. / .-
of nation be assured. What he has given would: by proxy. This : ?! and of
j & Stetson, exhibited to me a mass of -but intelligent and fair-minded public the motives
themselves, the affidavits which he had seemed: against, h sentiment will approve the judgment had ascribed: to Mr. Stetson have all the more value by the work pied the ell

.. frshould reorgan Dr. Forbes and the lady in question, of the board of trustees, regretful plaining his action Tn the becoming: broader. I do not think he I and every jot OI1lI?
j has intentionally retarded the in
? ./ ,* Trade and which: I believe, comprise.. all he f that .the occasion: arose for that ponent states that this work;: that could be
and but knowing his limitations he )simple
all pu has been able obtain this make decision. very strongly confirmed: by may .
to up to da.cc. body to a : possible1) ,.
;' &: < up-building of tl In it all there was not a shred of This is a very brief and insufficient ment partly read to him by !\ have appeared to you to do so. Taking presented. : ,. ._
_ I'T *(* ? what of the incident but it is son. They stated that it i this view of the matter, would it THE ; havft. 'r-
'f ,<* any court would call evidence. resume true was : Induce lb.e Y."
not be better for him Then ; m'1I l
?f 1 gave it careful: consideration There that in no detail of the circumstances ment taken bv !Mrs. Stetson to resign I II MOUS '' HIS.'OAI
; f Tax: NEWS aol was absolutely nothing in it but hear- -'which have necessarily: been omitted Land during tie early : the work could: be reorganized-the I This was the m njbe!}' : "',1-/

:' ** ceipt of averyi i say and rumor, the idlest chaff of idle '-is there the shadow of anything the absence of Dr. Forbes name of the institution could be and had the 6ver.ac y, *

T. from the gossip. The foundation of it wa> the t that would lead to other conclusion: l lining n plan of action: for the : changed if it would seem wise. and I ber of the not dalntf-BUi'
pjH Florid) surmise of a man whom Dr. Forbes than Dr. Forbes and the trustees who tive committee and the Board might not the work rally ,to its support first acquittal other Induing-

: perimental Stati had detected: in stealing, systematically sustain him are entirely in the right. 'I tees regarding Dr. Forbes. more means under a name that could I mittee composed lor.*

y, 'bles." In this from the university, and whom he had J. D. CALHOUN. proposed involved an : : command: more influence, thereby expanding W. H. Stewart : /', deeply
se Dr. the work and power of the of Chicago
Forbes' which
resignation bit/
discharged: from his connection: with
: mocking birds ap it. A man who was afterwards dismissed -S $ both on the part of the : slhool1I: At the last' me frotp'a to
w more than in disgrace: from the Methodist m mittee and the Board of cannot: refrain from writing thus Trustees, I:>.. and cfcep*
our cat because: the thought recurs to me i if t her*was a fe il
ministry for theft, lying, profane and hearty endorsement of Dr. as >
ed the >
with against
:. obscene language and wife beating, ministration: and a complete: ever-increasing force and is driven !gin I ,
The new ouprei From the Times-Union, March U. tion from home to me with conviction: that and there say so been'tuefi
His testimony evidently rank any :
... ten perjury, now may be the turning of the tide: his peace. ftw Ml
pression that tile
right down tc based upon a desire for rel'enge-cqual. We have carefully read everv real issue nouncement.
_ the ly evidently prepared with much skill line of the statement published Stetson was Dr Forbes' whereby the whole future work of the made such a Innoc&icj?
i: present rate o to steer clear of any assertion of fart In the Supplement of March 4 by I from the presidency and not 1 University may be determined. It seemsa Again, no ( ,be0JP

ions, will soon o which could be rebutted to prove its the trustees of Stetson Univera nd that his sole interest in shame that so much] money should been found .case.-/-

docket. The falsity-was not of the slightest force: sity; and It ia painfully appar- was personal. and'still more have been placed: there, and so much I nor has Mr. cor"
peoj ent from this that the millionaire l labor as you have personally invested I I
::7 in showing a state of facts: as alleged. confirmed by the : : any.
trusted to regul] This once so clear and capable, which followed the interview. I' during the last sixteen years, if by oneman's I Again, Mr. I -
testimony was unsupported bya
j ( .. fbinga. The solitary assertion of fact the has fallen Into his dotage. At ent had suggested in the position a limitation should be I from the Board l
in :
peoj one time be sent his wife down placed: its .
,' on possibilities.His truth Is
all the : affidavits, minu-rous as the matter could best be {
time. to DeLand and demanded of the ,
resignation need not necessarly board Is elected"
they were. dropping all agitation. of it and ) .
trustees transfer of the entire
a remove his interest in the work the vote
The matter has been! the subject of of the university to parties writing to the nor was ,
1 When Mr. three official propertty Board of Trustees and the prevent his continued donations to it. Chaudoin i :
The to
Stet investigations. first her! There Is no evidence \
What do think of ? ber of votes .
strenuous life was by a committee, composed: of Mr against Forbes except that of that their differences: were : you it elected. This "
: in Stetson, Rev. \Vm. H. Stewart and the wife-beater thief whose l ly adjusted and that they Very sincerely: yours, Mr. Stetson, as : (,

return to his palati Rev.-Dr. George B. Foster of Chicago: dismissal from the office of stew- pared ,to co-operate for the () Elizabeth Stetson. with the
2d :
the latter ard caused him to seek university. After the May 1902. Stetson''I
adelpbia, and thoi being a special representa- revenue ( \ istration, wait in
: live of the University of Chicago: with against the president. If the Stetson wrote to deponent man of the )
who are now helpin which Stetson University is closely trustees allow themselves to be i in writinl'his' suggestion as DR. FORBES' REPLY TO MRS. STETSON the ::--i

forts to injure the affiliated. This committee, of which scared or badgered Into a removal on would like to consider it This is the letter written by Dr. trustee, he I tantlcs? \

k :Mr. Stetson was a member, unreservedly of Forbes, they will showa Deponent complied \\Uli this Forbes reply and which has already It was :1 I they to bPs
: probably live here exonerated and acquitted: Dr. more truckllr subserviency and in order to make it been published as reflecting in some: elect a man woo of studetl

regret that they i Forbes. The second examination was to a once great financier thanwe tain that Dr. Forbes' position way upon the doctor. the University. one han

own property. made by a large committee, which ar. believe are capable any dozen of.manlyPlorIdians It wouldbe to any settlement might not DELAND, FLA., May 6, IWi.\ is no need of a so : ../U

rived at the same conclusion. The an act of shere cowardice. derstood, deponent served untversi'I My Dear. Mrs. StetsonIreeeivudyourlutteror:- icy.What hi* -
r third was made by the entire board of Mr. Stetson in writing that May 2d last night: tttaa'l l
3 .i It ia stated, but trustees-twenty-one gentlemen of the tlement t would be accepted: Imstoii to reply. Let me Buy at the outset: Mr. Stetson? It ( and he w>

I .- highest. standing-and the board was 1 e. Forbes that was not based with all the emphasis I ciin .command and dent Forbes ?, Last (
tively, that Qeorgetimillionaire <' ,unanimous in the same finding. It i is conviction of his absolute : : all the sincerity of which I am capable, sires him so to ailareprf

; -* has \ a well known principle of law that a People Credit Rumors Too Freely. of any conduct: unbecoming: a I cannot Imagine greater calamity to no other : !Mr. Stts->*
the University and Its work, present and future Forbes has olfen( i .
fi man shall not be in or a gentleman. J Forbes *
twice placed jeopardy
I agent to purchase 2C From the DeLand Reuord, January 31. than :Sir. Stetson's resignation from' aBoard tion of that O
for the same offence.: Vet Dr. Stetson's reply he compel )
in Brevard county ai Forbes was three times brought to People as a general rule, are too the plan of settlement of Trustees. Such: a thing U not to bethought dined to give up ,
of for dent of the I:
a moment as a matter of wisdom
to credit rumors of a scandal:
prone Forbes
the grounds and ere trial for the same alleged misconduct.: if follows: "This is all very In the management, of the University, son told him to j/ .
such affect
especially the
I the scale of Each time he was honorably acquitted: rumors : your I brother, but where do : but fur, far less would I think of It ass matter Out of the equ..n. -
and of who is "
Vanderbin with the verclict that tanding good name one i in'thus ignoring, this Is
supplementary : the Board uf
my own personal feelings and relation; to \
-n North Carolina. ". there had never been shown against prominent and stands high in the estimation question: of Dr. Forbes' guilt, Stetson, and as a mutter of Inherent Jut-, position with \
) I of the, people of the he ads
: greatly increase him a circumstance: which justified the conirnuj j jecting to the proposed lice and right Mr. Stetson started at the beginning are: Hev i '
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the i nity or state in which: the attacked )
slightest susp llOn..t : party solely on the ground that it so far ai my work la conc"rnedlIo" New York tor anV
erty of Brevard coi would ordinarily be supposed that : resides. It i is a deplorable condition satisfy his personal claims hare worked side by side, and heart to mate personal ,. Florida .

furnish employment this would be sufficient to settle the of the mind of man or woman nition. all these year like brothers; be has had to whom be Is In/1h

t matter forever-but it seems not to which nurtures or even disseminates Two other circumstances: part and a most important part,In every Ii,,* obligations; Mr. L do,
1 persona for several ye have done so in this-case. The our- rumors that affect: the good name of ;a curred during the interview detail of the work, us we have alwujs 'Falrport, New free not t

t suit of Dr. Forbes continued: and his neighbor or a citizen of a community: deponent to prove positively It over together, and his mature wis historyof the 'p,
assailants appealed to the and more heartless it becomes: to continue : and Mrs. Stetson had not and sound judgment have gone Into,: Uaptlals of the ,! ,'';n'
The editorial newspapers \" warp nnd woof ol the whole structure for
fratei and to public opinion. Unable to make to agitate, distort and credit rumors ing with Dr. Forbes in the thin, of course, without mentioning I the fact $iO,00liti M
iq out the entire count a case against him before the proper that have been investigated and true friendship and good faith ii he, and ho alone J has made the whole Land's utter to aV
po""lble-mlne and his-by his splendid ment, if they
v;;; i learn of the illi tribunals, they .undertook tu under- proven false in every particular: by an confirmed: his impression mid constant glftaof money 1 have Mr. DeLand, : \Vi
: severe maine public confidence: in his fi.tness eminent oCurt of Inquiry, as was donein slander interested them and do depend on him for support
board refused
Wilkins i the case: affecting: the conduct of every phase and .department" of the work ,
: a
owner of th to.be the head of the institution--with means to a further end. have always bud It, In Dense thai I think tils obligation! to (
Post, who is one of the evident purpose of r weakening it to l leading and prominenT citizen of this had insisted that the slander would be bard to duplicate In the history of allow any money
.I tl such an extent that lie would be P lce.: It does the town and its reople inception with In this country..As .
: : an the ed as Interest
and corna to matter of development of the
most whole-soulf pelled to resign. 'They would rather, great injustice: and brings neither charged by Dr. Forbes who I ," In 'iny judgment, our tusk now Is not This, .. & ol
men in the Union. I apparently, destroy the school than see credit: nor honor .to the party or parties torious as a thief and falsifier L hare." I but Intensive culture or what wo board had a good that
felt tilmoHt
the Post him sucessfully administer it. This. uhich discredit: the finding of such: a as in the jealous rivalries respect to an the wisdom Irresistible of a start conviction In the:: tlst State it a

L among the stage of the case jusfTries my interference cr.nrt. People should remember that Dointmcnts of certain women : Law Department and Mechanic, Arts, and. 000 with inter ""'
papers of the c .untry. : by this letter. there are always two sides to a question who thought they had a my earnest ellortsln that. dtrectiomibu t Dr. Forbes .. / f "
we have the I
loundatton helievo as Iald : \..
.: A brief review of and a conservative: unprejudiced against Dr. Forbes I the board that
the same position the circumstances: and that \ ahoy our tank I Is to strengthen and per
in is now in order. Mr. Stetson was not and upright man will not give credit: or son, knowing this, could and the orifaniaitlon, and not to attempt any specifically J
: States today : l publicity to a matter affecting. the expansion In some years at least. J and said tbat if /
as the have
the founder of the school: but his ser exercised his authority not believe there Is a man III this country'
: tbunderer"-does in E vices and contributions largely made character: and good standing of a at its very inception: nnd that I ii better titled than Mr. Stetson to guide would write I>r. c>'*
: neighbor without Just cause and indisputable still advise In this work of strengthening-r, him that the
possible its present power and value. do so, if he would. Mr. $ and perfecting what we alreudy !
.1f. Dr. Forbes was eighteen years ago, its facts: to substantiate his de- admitted in his reply that There la, I believe no funds as It was }
LI f. The dsion. difference whatever between u. ou wan the case.
present president and administrator, before tir.ic when he could have <; [
fight Lai 15 t point and there,Is no man on earth who' meeting\ In !"
Mr. Stetson to DeLand all., but stated that he it tbl,,
; grown more bitter came at thought take place with" me-in my personal for $10,000 : "
ev Under his I e o and
: direction and control the Pursned gone too far. renpect.
of Persecnllou. has
u System
I do not see that any large sum of money never
I waterworks fight of school grew beyond the intentions of Again in reply 10 Mr. be needed for some years, except we take F. J. Longdon, ;
: : ago. Our Mr, Stetson and the hopes of its president From the Orlando Mecoril, March 9. plaint that Dr. Forbes had I tbe matter of Increased. endowment, but Stewart, who \
c. people are n As a vigorous and energeticman The Ste.tson side of the university his mOtives, deponent stated can wait very well. If we continue to be his persecutions
bar been this,a is
quite the same as the) Dr Forbes undertook to expand I imbroglio has had its innings in the Forbes had received his :I t hare. no nde..xlltcfteIa: the<< said Judge : \ c.

; : but the same leaders the school: to meet the demand for ed newspapers of the state, but the defense: to Mr. Stetson's real The Slim outlook Indeed for students and the for ned rear I Is most prominent :
only problem to
dence. ucational facilities in Florida-to makeit has hardly been heard until now the matter chiefly: from Mrs. (.iva will be to secure a little more room for tian (or ) ; ,
.:. The same old in fact, as well as in name, a real I trustees of the university issue a full self, and then referred to a students. Stevens, an ; or '
4. are used, too. The outcever.way universit This seems to have encountered complete and convincing: statement of I ten to Dr. Forbes by Mrs. Let tnceivo m, nay or could In conclusion itlluuaie.: tbnt my: nothing afleciluii: I can for Mr. Arthur :

the disapproval of Mr. Stet their side of the question. which: she referred to her : '. aielnon.: I n vur loved my own lather ployed lawyer of

___ __r the cat jumps, son, whereupon Dr. Forbes appealed They :show beyond perajventure ofa r possibly an obstruction: to the better, wni limn.:k with I I lov him him.u bOgus and 1 want wuboih to.shall If 1may not make the I /

1jurioua to the town. But: njj/ccessfully to others for aid. Now doubt that Stetson has pursued a systematic the -university and suggested llvt-. No, uo. line by n.. menus, would ad are influenced
.. : not placed ,mev in an element which must be course of persecution: against visability tif f his'retirement. ... or Hllow" tar as my power or Influence this matter by ; )
4 on this terres'1 jluded] the President Forbes in his son quickly "Yes. extemlid.! : Buy charge whatever Mr. $me I- but It is a .
e endeavors replied:
:. for to wan utmost delicacy: to ., relations to the Unlvertlly I except j to
: the enjoyment of >nd with much: hesitation. At the have that gentleman removed from the that letter we know all about ,.ak.. II Ciusir. the men who :

t: onK/'fhe bit' ,time Dr. Forbes inaugurated some en presidency; that his course: has been letter was written to draw Dr. I With klndneny a heart,full gratitude and to you 1 for, all Forbes happen
prcstnt pant am tionships.
a is
i-.:: 1 with the largements-notably Science Hall, one of misrepresentation and deception out, thus clearly implying .v..r, Sincerely yours M r. T. C. -
'.4 sweel ) costing $6oooo-1\1rs. Stetson appears ; that there was whitewashing letter was a trap deliberately J F. lOasa! $. of the board,

just kept hao 1 ; on the scene and seems to have taken of President Forbes in the late report; so as to elicit from Dr. son voted,
i those things t:i..on the scene and seems to have ntlt.tTh on the contrary, they show that Stet. expression of a desire for By the Editor of the Baptist Courier.Dr. letter saying :

< the matter out of the hands of her son did not at any time desire an investigation son's retirement. A. J. S. Thomas, editor of the'' Stetson to band ; :

;. no control it i husband. Mr. Stetson is claimed to and fought it as long as he | The interview made it Baptist Courier, Greenville, S. C., says a member of the ;

.ter for all cone have been fearful that the requirements: could; they show that in their inyestiga-j to deponent that Mr. Stetson editorially: fact that he ,

i :of the school in a financial way would tion of the charges, they went into the i I ered his authority as absolute "It is a great pity that this opposition busy that he i .

.i. : ; .. ''outrun his means, or the means he matter thoroughly, taking all kinds of I ing the university, and that Dr. Dr. Forbes has arisen. We have form an opinion ; > (

"i'' Ia'course of had provided fort in his mind and I If evidence, suspicions, rumors and talk chief offence was that he known him well for several years, and Search was for :

three j will. Dr. Forbes _assured him tha of every kind, investigating fully every sumed to question that I I J believe he is one of the best men tendent of Mr.

... great hi such: was not the case, but that it I hint of wrong doing, and yet finding withdraw his tentative have, and he has certainly provedby Philadelphia. eJp Wlv"n that R. L. Oaw,1y '
all leading fro would be self-sustaining on the en nothing on which: to base a charge: trary to Mr. Stetson's wish. I his works that he is a great edu Who are the other .I ftX Urtlflc510 D. Nn.Ii: dlltd

: i : to Pjnsac.la ol i ]arged' basis. It seems that this as- against Dr. Forbes, a judgment that hag of absolute ownership of and a man of superior executive board-the men who y oiftco,; and bas'annie' filed' ...1<1 ,

z .* aura.,:-e was well founded, as the Stetson himself is on record as having tution was illustrated by the and administrative ability. It will be upholding President the mor d dod ot'mtjflcat 10 b,, ue 1mm aCcordance appil-

to Tampa. Tbi school is paying its way, inducing- the fully endorsed. that he did not know what II calamity to the Baptists of Florida Forbes thathejbis I iwdprop: tY'lt cmbrsoo..t"d the rol-

para'dizectly .. building of Science Hall, without draw The whole trouble seems to have do with it. "He had thought and to the cause of education, if he is qualinedly position! as pr/ da.mo.versity .towit IJllr I : tD VOlusl/

., ing upon Mr. Stetson for any deficiency been caused by the interference: of Mrs. write to Booker T. driven from his present position. We ?They are: & 'kmw BIIH"'d III. S..vllie at'

.. ty and throngt -which it had not done previously. Stetson, the jealousy of Mr. Stetson turn the whole thing over begin to ask, what is a life of a quarterof who had a bare I Oertmftoate' H,the ih date 0'
i. 1: enter Yolnsia at .This fully vindicates both the judgment and the underhand, villainous work of Another, statement of Mr. a century worth, lived in the open with President personaJ ForJj ,, mIe, said. oertiflo5t.flame 10.

; exit and the admnisitration of Dr. Forbes tI the creature whom Stetson employedas I lated (to the interview before the public, in public work, in fortunate persec" _, lii!,II'J to t day law.or Iu .1eed s1J1

pear Entei? 'and proves that he had a correct estimate an attorney. Stetson Dr. Foster and Dr. I the interest of the young, in .the up Dr. MacArf-. April, 4.D,

.. .' Miami will* pai' of the demand for higher educa The cases now in the Federal courts when t>r. Forbes made an building of a community and State, in Baptist mIl!* liol1. "I l5n5tUr,. oma.', amid leal 'b r

tion in Florida. will bring out the whole truth in the Mr. Stetson, for justice to Mrs. I the cause of the Redeemer, if a man O. )'aLnter'hb SAM'L D. JORDAN

Notwithstanding he had twice signed I matter, and there cSn! be.but little, and urjd that justice: required like Dr. Forbes I is to be. broken down I er antLtbt'1Jhy4 I, Vulu.1j&, County, k'ja, ,..

reports and findings entirely and honorably doubt that Dr. Forbes will receive full 1 innocent she ought to be and driven out after hiAtees have pa _.

E. exculpating Dr: Forbes, Mr. and vindication. _. ..?_ _--:. her position\ and work in the pronounced him withou ach., Turner /4iq" J.. .. -
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Uest 0 r EVCl'yt11'1l' ] .!JM1)MMUJC-- I Miss Ella Hodges, who has been HID BEHIND THE RULE. i One buy (.Iiori.j utter the issuance of

,,,,1:7 (nHI\HI\1 CI\(1\1 W 0 his new rule Ureelt-y entered the editorial .
. g teaching/: school at Montverde( Lake tine or Home Urorley'n Ordera That room in a fury.
"" ;p"a( Shoes county, returned to her home in De- Helped His News. Udltor. "How Is It that we have nothing in t

0 O I Land on Tuesday, after a most successful As an editor Horace Urvvley had be today's paper regarding Holland's at

' I school year. come weary of the constant repetitionf titude toward the policy of the north?"
9 '' Made In the best manner, by the beatworkmen the word "the" In sentences.
st- opening ho asked of his editor who bad charge 7w,
F111 Y of the beat material] : Services will be held as usual at the One Issue of his paper lu particular exasperated of the foreign news.

: at Baptist church on Sunday at 11 a. m. him. Almost every Item Imdts This editor was aware that ha had

a and nest Wear Is the Itesult next and 7:30: p. m. The pastor will preachIn I opcnlnii pnrnKraph begin with omitted an Important news Item which

: ser the morning "Leaven;" in the "the." This Inck of Judgment on thePlll.t at the time he considered as unimpor v?

t+ usual. evening on the "Will." Anthem and( of his writers In the choice of tant. But lie was resourceful. '
tI WehaveanewlineofMen'sandLadles'tt' worth received attention. Orerley wrote "Your rules and orders are positive
solo at each service. B. Y. H. U. at ,
Cr W Cuts 6:45 sharp All are cordially Invitedto u note. This,' police lit' requested to be I Mr. Greeley, are they not?" asked the
posted In the editorial room and caused I editor."Certalnlyl".
these services.
,South, --- copies of It to be sent to correspond shouted the famous ,

'f after St:; Barnabas':: Episcopal Church- ents. The order rend: scribbler. ";, r1'd
"Under no clrcuniMtiincps must\ the Then tell me how I could bave used
hg F."R. Next Sunday, March 22d, children'sservice
1 JVLcElroy com- word 'the' be used In the: opening or 'The Hague' for the date line In the
always and Sunday( school 10 a. m.; 3
.. subsequent ariigrupbs| of u news ar.Icle. Holland dispatch without violating
choral celebration of Holy Communion -I In sentences within .
a paragraphIt your punitive order.
) Agent for Ruisioii Health Shoes. with sermon, 11 a. m. Services will be tolerated' I U used with mod Mr. Greeley was beaten, but be muttered '

f' every Wednesday and Friday during ''el'atloll. If you cannot write n pllrl1I "If you fellows could use Judgment .t

OUWINWWWWWWWWWWWWWWIWWWWWWWW Mon Lent, 4 p, m. I graph' without. ..:'the'. to.open It, ow It." there would be no need for ido .
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Mrs. N. E, Hlggins, of Aurora, 111., FOltIOFOKlK>to1ClFO1olCfFc'p
co cc mmelammtammtatammcmttatammammmmmmm c tommalmmm e Is the guest of her cousin Miss Joy at j

PERSONAL !: ).urt in con-will Sans-Souci Cottage-- Poultry Netting, :
& I Mrs. Arthur M. Heath !gate! a "barn : '

dance" in the large packing house in Woven "Wire Fencing ,
DJ/mmDtiD 9tD tD tD'i t 9DD03mlimlDmmD Or a heavy Went. DeLand Tuesday( evening last. ,

Orange; Blossoms at Brill's. 00000000000000000000000000 ( Mr. E. The building was beautifully decorat Barbed Wire

School supplies at Aliens' Phar- Some Old Records this, ed. The music was fun nl..hed. by the \ ,
'IBrlll'e : \' him .
macy. College Arms orchestra.
o of Volusiu County | _,. Wire Stretchers]
new Gauzy Lisle Thread !I,,0 time --- --- }
Mrs S. P. entertained
Hays a number i
Hose for ladies are very cool and pop- I! 0000000000 0000000 00000000i.OLDtecords runneth
ular. | stud of friends with a card party at fj
,of Voluala county are The Oaks : Staples.BIGELOW'S. ,
Tuesday evening.Mrs.
A. II. Hutchinson has sold 100 acres: '. A reporter glanced .
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of farming: land near Orange:: City: to "Hook A, Probate KecorOa of Volusla County i
A. de Bary of Enterprise. I Florida, MiHrullaiiuoiifi," this week. The Beg!!,,, of E. L. I'owe entertained a large
reeordvdwas the uppruldunieiit M. Rob- number of friends( at a card party
Fudger & PerUns: have named their
new grove "Domingo Reyes Urove." ;, estate of Tliomua Staiku, ..It".. of Kv' .. on le- Tuesday afternoon. Army euchrewas
They will force the grove along, and District South Carolina," / the: game played. The prices
bring tt into remunerative bearing in Autong"the peraoual property h1 jiv were won by Miss Ruth MorrU-BonJ( ,
late Thomas StarKe were IOU slaves, uiikiu; :
a very few years. female, thu value of which was placed at Park 11rll.y. S. TaylorMiss Bessie Butting : 4
The Stetson Girl Walt:/: is now on for Fnyik' (who was u\l lently old and feeble) operate ton and :Mrs George Mack Peck.

sale at book stores.-14 to itl.uio\ each for lynx, Allen, 1)111), Mc11 / is Dainty refreshments were served.At .
Clerk Jordan has given notice thatat lions and Uanlel. Me\eral of the of -
10 o'clock on Thurbday, the 20th, sieves were Inventoried at 4730\ to*\MuO each. the recent annual meeting of -H>K>4-O-K>K>-K>K>4<)-<>-K>K>- o-l-<>ro+o+o+o+ twelve will be drawn from the The uppriilueiueut wad luadu on the 11th <
names : the W. C. T. U. the following! olllcers
jury box for the purpose of servingon of October 1H55,uud was recorded by ii. W.Wlllhuna over !
the petit jury for the spring term judKe of probate. J. !M. were elected:
of Circuit: Court, which will conveneon was aUuilulHtrutor of the entitle, President-Mrs./ M. P. Dean.
the tirst Monday! ( In Apt II. There I DeLand Vice Pres.-Minnie K.:: Neal.
The next roconl In this book Is the
being no capital Crises to come before Cor. and Kec. Sec-Mrs. M. A.
this; court,' no grand jury will be of the election; held on October! 1, Ie55.: Allen,
drawn. whole number of votes cast was 48.! close of Newton
Prof. J. I). Lockey, principal of the the probate couit. Junes II. Chandler received Allen --
DeLand public school, is working a !iotou\ und the "pruueiit Incumbent or Sat- Mr. Lutz and charming daughters,
11 scheme in his history class that will II. W. Williams, teueUed) M tea. (
prove something entirely new and in J. H. Dow llntf received' 37 votes for the om who have spent the winter: at the Put REEVEPhotographic

teresting. Each of the pupils has of clerk, of the circuit court, cud J. II. Chandler cit flaw, the young ladies attending the 1RH
been assigned a locat topic lo work 7.II. town on University, will return to their Northern ....
up; for instance, they have De Laud, E, CM ecu received 3.1: votes fur eherllr/ In home next week. Mr. Lutz told ------ --
Dom on Spring, Volusia, Eglerprii. V. It. Uupnnt 13.
Hock Huuse friend, the reporter that he expected to return -
New Smyrna' the etc. I Mr. Chandler succeeded, !Mr. Williams
The papers are now being prepared, judge of probate, holding this otlice in the fall and again place his
and will be ready for the class in April )eai8 t hcrea f ter. I daughters in the University."In .
or May. THE NKVVS wiH! give a little I -_-. -5--

prize of a book for the !best history. Get a copy of The Stetson Girls.- on their the spring time youthful fancy
All the will be published! in
papers I
I at lightly turns to thoughts of love."
THE NEWS after they have been The Painter Prf nter Is:: putting

passed upon. Jli horoe."uwt'1'j.a"ulll1". ..
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will also. install. a line 60-Iight dynamo.VALUF. Artist -...
Work has' begun on the new county ( .O.o.o "0'0.0.-0..0.0.-0.-0-- ..
vault the contract for the erectionof I
Oi-OFOFOFO+I O-loO-J-OoJ-OoI-o-J-OoJ-OoK! .z-<>l-o+oiIE -()-
which was given to George CARPETS II'hI1: !
The new vault, when completed, Or" :
will be one of the !beat in the state. -,---- e'y'.t 7 _. _IM I:
It will be located on the west side of How They' ably ll.* t .Neil For I

+ the court house, next to Dr. Davis' antl KaicN. (don't) look alike to me, :

residence. Do not condemn, the old carpet or anyone else. Neither are all to !serve" our patrons with the best the
nludli-d Its
have [lOHHlbllitles. I
1 fellow Don't tells be )fooled'ou.Ye by handle what the Western other you usual method \\luii n carpet) elves meats tough ; and if you will market affords in our line. That we

Beef and Mutton, and the bust Florida( I Is to I hug n UeW one for. the !bent room.talie us we 1 have
Beef in the state. I the old one for the next best I
fa Oil don'". But this Involves

"George John Brewster Hutchinson, a, died brother Sunday of Mrs.at a wade or I'lik-blness. us! one Keldoui'hI' WILL :aJ"J: :":' THE: : : M.c3.RK:
two KIOIIIM the iinu> size or xlisipo.,
hospital in New York City: from drop
sy.' l\IIIt! Eleanor was to have givena old 1I1'1''t: usually lias some
party at home this evening, but lireailths., :Mild If thoso! are mended is:; proven by our ever-increasing busi
owing to the (death of her uncle, has cleiuistd I therelll be sutdeieiit' for

postponed the affair. Larder rug Al 1\\11)'" darn, a i-iirpet '\. : fact. We have on sale a full' line :: nes:-;. We sell First-Class Groceries at

Mr. John T. Viniant Its ravcliniL's. says: the Ohio Farmer! '
stepped on a Prices.
Tender }Florida? Heel
Juicy .
sharp nail Saturday, which went a"lIh110/ ii piece of goals. similar ,
through/( the sole of his shoe and penetrated color, not it I'II'Cot the carpet complete stock of Western :Meats
a the foot. He has been laid up would product. n clumsy effect. ...
since. The wound, while very pain It Is not HO clllttriilt to wash a '\\' i I) inriOn the
ful, is not serious. carpet us one/would nt (list think 'I! *\ "- :*j 1 Corner. RYLAND & SPARKMAN THE PEOPLE'S

The winter term at the Universitywill I lu making iie It 0\l'r the breadths may : .- .. .O"O.O.O.O.O.O: : .c: 0 GROCERS
close on the 25th inst. The stud put Into ; tub one by ouo. Two .. .
I I-o-I-o-I-o--cH-O-J-Oo-o-I-o-l-o-J-OoI-o-K! i ; >i I-o-J-OoI-o-r-o-K> OiOi 01.Oi
ents from the University of Chicago, will be "iioc'PBsnry for long
with which Stetson is atliliated, will Have the tubs half full of quite| Mr. and! DeL ud's first early spring! marriagewill I Keep the out of

..return to the parent institution tu; <1:!. using one talilfkpoonful'' of shown take place on Tuesday, the :slat, .. youngsters
Quite a number! of other students will' goodvasUing 1 powder to each. pnllfiil Wednes( when Mr. (.'. J. Anderson will lead to mi"chiet'antI" l make them e,

as usual. leave at that time. Their be water. Allow the breadth! to unfit for for St. the altar one of her most vivacious :- happy at the same time. o
will In ,
places a great measure
few minute, their rub It on the [> o +
tilled by normal students trom all over which "old settlers"---!Miss Nelle Austin .
this section of thiatate.Gentry's I and rllllle In n tub of Hour water. Invitations were sent out this week. .. Recipe : o
fo'ding It four tblcknSHws and --
\ $
dog and show exhibited Bel.tlwllItbe It be .... 111
pony / cogs may Eider J. ,J. Longdon has acceptedthe
to two large houses In DeLand through the wringer, or If the day 151011?. position of state evangelist for i Buy them an I
yesterday. The show ia better than pleasant It may be hum dripping; ( for the (4.
ever, which Is as high a compliment bill church, and will give up the
I the line. \Yhol carpet' are will
as ian be given. church here as soon as someone (is
Kfrnbl.ed upon the floor nft r the cm' at 8
a. Copies of the Quotation Book, or Is well Jaded 1 and the Moor \\'R"h( 1 found to take his place. Iron Wagon or Wheel Barrow 5 r
+ Souvenir of DeLand Issued under the cloun. but tllt'111'1' not apt to dry : --- ra
I auspices of the Ladies Improvement vicar as when washed I In breadths. -Lefe The Sample Sale held on Wednesday
Society are on sale at Flsher'sAllen's by the Guild of St. Barnabas
When lining the old carpet\ for a
and Brill's.It the ( ; church; was a complete success in will find
der, miter the corners as carpet You them at
f Is rumored on the streets that .'rs do, presHhiR the seams. before every particular. About :*<150 was ::1

'"" the electric railway from the St. ing It down and plan to 1111 VII the ,\\,(' Hamilton taken in for the benellt of the building
fJohns to via. DeLand.U at
Daytona or patched places come under fund. All the ladies( of the Guild
last assured, and that work willbe
gin at once. But DeLandites need large: piece of furniture where they : Spindler; and Professor Bristol worked hard to FURNITURE- : F

not begin to pack their picnic baskets iccclve but little wear CUd Ma make a success of the sale, and deserve $$111 J F F. ALLEN & COs' I- VOLUSIA HOUSKO"I

.5 'S for a day on the beach-not, yetawhlle. lire excellent for \vuddlng; they ('0 1 the success they have achieved. ., _

The baseball team ol the public nothing, are clean and the pi-Intern' Ketterer, -- O-I-o-I-OK t >I-o-I-o-I-o-J-Ool-o-I-o-I-O! +O-I-o-I- FO -()-01.0901.0DeLand.
keeps oft' inotlis. INculnr carpet .
and attended
A pleasant largely
very \
school nine will go over to Daytona cleansed for --
cannot he successfully -- -
this afternoon and play the Daytona Schneck- social was /given in the lecture
for simple sweeping will
nine on Saturday. On Wednesday laying room of the First. Baptist'church last
..this week the public school nine play. free It from dust while u reguHr .
+4 71 opl1h6.tblrA Unlverslty, nine, beating lag or whipping will reduce l.t to evening.The _.

I aroutJ:} him lose sight of the u..ioi.iu 10&I '.__ f_ ,_,, V Misses Mann, entertained a Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works.
.a of suCL an act In looking for an Ignoble covers eighty'seven alC"" I-11 Maude large party of friends l on a picnic to
The miners'
matter. general wag
motive."Wby' does he 'do It? He I DeLeon Spring/ on Saturday
ra are Increased 10 per cent. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager. .
loses friends by It. He suffers business will be settled by arbitration: tbls Deasauer Callon:: Marsh
1 L or professional] loss."- "Ah, but be effected through a board of k>.... wanted from a well regulate mar& Manufacturer of- r III

he sees where he will gain. lIe has iation, with.. an umpire as,.. ainar.co", ket. D 3 SSCl & Rough Lumber: '
arbitrator.No vain .
; : his plans laid. It will all come out, discrimination will be obta\\the< Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. '
Stronguilnd believe in
"Does Mrs.
the baseness of his
and you will wee between the miners or operators : de iU.
Will furnish plans and specifications and
purpose."_ And thus' men burrow In account of membership or I av If the brotherhood of wan? CONTRACTOR BUILDER.
estimates. Special machinery at mill forfinl..hlnr
bership In the; union. Violence Yes but she doesn't think It's of '
the ground like moles, searching for boycotting la deprecated, and a : of this I, ny Importance. She believes lu the work ready to put In place.. Employ good mechanics and guarantee 'ifl
s that which did not exist, when If ing scale of wages U provided ,tor. I 1 ftrllt- lallS work in every particular. \f-1! +
; Puck.
.terhood of women. -
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their In .. -- -- u = '" '
they will continue force lets -
>r hey would only use eyes, Awai:i --- ------ -- : :JI.
i Marcui'31,1904. The Is In your If .lnmni..
would see something that' in its occurrence report I ItXLavUfc Kn erl

? ,alas, too infrequently, shows ered' The a great Increase triumphor of wares Mitchell dates : later consider the slgnatutv-oalmy days of entertainments the French POND L.UMRCOMPANY t
mandood In Its grandest' aspect, the the leaumptlon of work In the If you The Stetsoi-e not uncoiumon. To ,
'" defiance of public opinion for the sake <"\ close of strike In October last -," nam sale at book stoy flr a week the Comte --+- 00 000"3t- ...ft
r :: ""'!
X -luctlon In length; of working '
"of right.xlnngly-ben: ,. Often' eath'the the"surface motive sought'lion 1%. tom ,ten to.nlqe\'hour., the pay .lblDII':.the ? "New York' PresVrnnsted nnd refur-' Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot t, DeLand ', ", ,;:;; I't\,,;,..:"
una threshold to tar
be'..v weight or lineal yard instead no bridges till the;. Prices all kinds of t. .
the surface In plain,,*vi w of those bv car for coal mined. not to usually get dlazy when kWlu day andDon't on .;.. c ,.
who have not'.'..& <,-* scald' of sus- Miners are granted the privilege the copy "' Soublse re- '

picloo itlpretendsto'te.,:;pvefTth6tt: } eyed-i'Tt Ijo5twhat ac', lieries employing! their check. own weighers expense/at'the for. clearly in dis fellow tells be you.fooled We by banS-w \ ?80.000.?-.. for 4 lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring g, CeilingM ;..>

Eight bp'"s constitute a,day Beef and Mutton, and the,
perfoririecTbecause'ltl 18 rIi; ttor "' men engineer. Instead.of not b* Beef In the state. A' marshal: is f '

1 .Ie aae (. + 4i.bj- orbo a ti-thereon ;'. -.. ._- ,> ..-."-.."' :.him of !wI i.U i stewardlied are In Mouldings, Turning, ;,1 :&
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oooooooooooooooooooooooooc g c I Would: You Think It ? FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM u8 E FULAUTOMAT LetIN.w 1 Lbo. L\(

; THE OLD RELIABLE I g State Newsoooooooooooooooooooooooooc c I Bedridden alone and destitute. Such. Invention Will Kqiml th, Wos11 : t

8 Would you think it possible that you in brief was the condition( of an old ot 8..v.i> Chlunmvu."Improvements SRITER \
C, I could 1 bedfsiippointeil in the face of a woman soldier '
by of Versailles Introduced
c I name J. J. Havens and new Menu nre 0)
whose shapely shoulders, and beautiful O. For he was troubled business I this. Jitoj IiitiuteineiuflQ8e
years Into tile suliuon cnnnliiK .
I hair suggest(/ womanly perfection and 1'II..h. I" S .
flOYA"O.A'L" A petition is being circulated ask. beauty ? Such disappointment comes. with Kidney disease and neither doc every season" said A. E. Wad- \ ... '

lug for the establishing of u criminal not seldom when the face turned to you tors nor medicines gave him relief. At bums of Blame Ore., to Portland -- ilJa1. 0

court of record in Dade .-- shows disfiguring length lie tried Electric Bitters. It Oregonian repruseiitatHe. "The lust '! ). -Sf-
county. blotches and put him on his feet in short order and _
;" The state f blemishes. In now he testifies. "I'm on the road to machine which we have put on h'lalls I ott t E 4F-'ottttiAIi. :.b. t ( -,
Sunday school convention -/ ( culled the automatic Chinaman. Tills 1''hel..It at. ..
complete reco-ery" Best earth for
OVAiI general the on '
will meet in Tallahassee on cause of these I.iver and Kidney troubles and all of course, Is not the name underlilcli t"JI"'I"II'IC"O ke" j:.

t I r'' March\ 21-26. An unusually large eruptions is impure forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints the patent was (obtained but is derived FOR_" SALE/. F 0 is effoyt'U uroRSAlB0uioTYL.wrItsi.flflfl.Slrn

r'R'R'R'G gathering is expected. _#- i blood. Only soc. Guaranteed by W. from the character of the! work the IDa \; ult"ry! O 0>

s Dr. Pierce's A. Allen and G. VV. will do. >' wbO-W;
e 1. Fisher druggists. chine 1' tVcoiiil Jliinil 8tnrv', lioLajjilr, lit.TUK ,
Lc1 POb4K1 Ocala. in trying to secure the permanent ,, _Golden Medical S.C "It la claimed by the Inventor, and .. .. -- -. .---'-- --.----- e \,
8 t1AI.I8IxrOnll'OUH"' burn none I
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location of the State Fair Discovery purl. have practically proved the Htnte- sited' tnolx
we iabI.liuty' mow tot ; ft ceultres
I u lies the blood l. No other state In the country has wTiliT. ant uoocl well I fiu'ttrees _ _ .
fOI' liuiil'city
the Brick City. The people of went that one machine will clean as : ; 1
' 'I 1 and removes "HO' little variation in its total vote as uriijie vi 11I'11. 1(1. $700 cimli Perlcctlillu. _
*IU ffGPOWDER Ocala are liu,tleru' and will make a 'I' the corrupt ac- Nevada. Nevada casts about 10,000 many salmon as seven Mongolians., Tlio Inquire 01 C. M. or Mm 1. J.liioknw.U 'n.,

hard light for the prize. f1 cumulationsJG I votes and does not vary much from fish are fed Into the uiechiiulsin head i IA.WK"KMllvrCH.: Mi-iil. new, for.llleehclI'I': S.Y''
; which cause these In the and of << .
figures. presidentIal dec. first, by nu ingenIous system \ i 'imiuliiNeva Olllce. tt
Col. Frank ( lurk, the well-known *w disease. When "f 18112 the vote of Nevada was 10- knives their heads are cut off nnd their -- '
the blood ii cleansed' pimples. tetter, Mi6.! In 1SM!!! It In ItlOO it I'
:attorney( and orator, is extensively : was 10,315. bodies .split open. A stream of \vatcirojierated REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.HOl'SE .
BaU-ilieum, boils, sore, and other resultsof 10.2.JU.: ( In 1398! It 10.011. Iu ..
wall :
was '- -
Absolutely Puro (gugrfd. in the Htock-rtiisiug indun- impure Mood are perfectly and permanently 11)0.2 It was 10710. Nevada Is the under a 1 bljzh 1 pressure cleans/ I,I ; : F&lUAIE-TenIlnieal-hThI.; ; ;;; ;;:

try hour Lnke City. Ito will plant ('ii red. smallest! state in tbe country in re- the fish ns they pa set: through the varlouu \'; licit unil culi) ntucr; 'large yard: -
i 1.1111"I" ,Jiint lominif into beut'liitf' etc.v '
of.i )
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE vc.I\.t t [beans and other forage crops, I'ul'. .I In...ee vcnr* I milTcred, with that tended pect to the vote it casts, and it is the pints of the uppurntus, and a set lI'ow' 'I"' f .P-
dint u He fcxetini," urilcrA Mis, J Koepp of Her- lirushes eompletes this I
inly state of the country which baa revolving portion
nut! raise only) good stock. nun II. 11. "I Win ,lolil. I lo trDr' Pierce'aItuI'leii .
iT. .' no off years. of tbe woik. "I OH SA J.E-Jr. ncreii Iniiil, 0 cleared. and
%"l.d h"IIII"-'m.t'V.I l uliith I hcj, and iii. c % -
A O'llueaville IeI'I I h"I..k., \ .,, built etu h..llleM I 1 WFIH i>einm. ------- "There Is practically/ no limit to the! 1 ft need,; tfnntl cnnilltiiin lor cultivation;
is liincn-H nlul. Tnle < rfect to WILLIAM
man p Apply
away Seth ty cured It I lias ht-t-ii n year HI nee I t.Iolupe.ilii )
I'rliitlnu I'riMii Ii ">! luloiil.Itnll.in pumpkin seeds and offers a prize of kiii your ntfchciiif 1111.1'1. tins tiexrr nppeuredsiiRf A PHYSICIAN WRITES."I quantity of ,fish that such a uincblnp l IIsr. leLIIIII,!. '.

-i; jnililNlier-, '"III.\.I.I'I.n.I | | ] 1 think your invdiriiie H wonderful cure am desirous! of knowing if the will clean In oue duty' and while 'fits -
i !?- i: prloton" mo HiilniiMlj inl tr.'si: 'iiiit! I tin'inpehes organ person raising''lte and:: I he Imp relieved j t'f: their; Buffering: .I.\'I.\ >rofc>-.sion can obtain Herbine in bulk: operation was not perfect iu the past ,

ji I"I/ 'm-w |1""in I 'riM4 ,i-l I.t'IiiI Iii.'!! (1'1wbl ITliiii largest pie-stutter. lieadfrs of :SOUR* of the most remarkable cures for prescribing purposes ? It has been I season still the defectseIe lolnoi BLACK SMITH "

1 (''' |'(>,r.inl( i"liilniH nri'" nriilc. Tin* THE!: NFWSho wish to enter the effected by "(;oldeu Medical Discovery," of f great use to me ill treating cases of r ones and will all be remedied by next )

9 Helw"",' Hi" in oT. IH:.. 'ijL./(:ilnpl' li.is; in- contpHt' should! address J. A Abrarus, have been of scrofulouH lisenses."I dyspepsia brought on by excesses or summer. In fact, It I is probable tint by -.--- AND C ----". 4l4 .

t IJlIlI.J .nit Ilirhli'/ III lln< 'IH'\V pioi'i'si.f ', it O'Liuf'lI'ille.I I take"I will Hi fhrmir 1'n.rcr'K t think'nililtn,',, .VOlt Mi'diciil for inhlninx U.-covery.. me to" vcrwork. I have never known it to the time the saluiou I' 'mlllcnce1Inlnll :

11)41* I'IItI.Y 1111 I III.. ")" 11''''' I'''''I' I 1'1'1/"" k. rne Mr,M. ja" Murphv: i nf: Konilii: PncaltatitnaCo fail in restoring the organs affected, to again/, a machine will be InveiuVd\ that WAGON SHOP
A loun i'It ,ho. tiiri-il me of chronic ,sirolul their healthful bottle
'01'8lIIJ tarpon weighing 171 activity. at
. / lell.II11':: 1'1'1"11"' > "I' \1111111 ii'1 pounds of twilvpcnr"' Nlnn.linif I Imil ;1$ s"IIIIo"J, 101111") "" "I "' ..'." .. of u 1'1'111'1"11h'I. l / I watt landed at Fort Myeis' last week I Introuhli';' mini' \\ii4coinplLlelydiHcouraKeil. all 1 druggists 3. lug! und cleansing work whii,fi is now All kiniUolDODO nt'.lring. A. .

", ... W"ItIIr" ,' 1111 ih,'''' ,iUii,,'.I as' IinvIi, ;: "y S. P. Jones of Louisville,, Ky nm I also in IIIHI ipmil I lnoui In illli I. iluirrhen it'llVid An ti-n t t twelve tin ii I >CM"al'O.r wan I Sr. done by the Chinamen. Uflilcr" these I IteaRonable Pi-oin.lly 1'rices.| and at '

:; Le'n 1"1'1 I 1.1' Nil I 'I"r'lol' Th., III rim I is the largest tarpon caugh in mv lilt, .,wI i,tig tn l ir. 1'k-rt: e 41olden; I MedicalLiiiioxtry Armour & Co. have decided to ,give circumstances n euluion will not be ;: 't.\:\ .

1'1111,11 ,."",,1"'>1 III tht' "1110"1111111! ,," orcpllnl..I.1 HineS the opening of the Myers\ hoel try belore I I."took. 'i.t'.I"itxeiol boltlen of the s llscov- I wireless telegraphy/ a trial in their touched by hand after it is fll'e started HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. '- 1f:

fir, "1'1111'1111')1/' ''' or k'il: iiflflthiiiiliv "1.1 business; encouraged/ perhaps, by .
for "GoMen
f 1 in 11m);. Many\ of the silver Accept no substitute .MeI1. their with boneless ham. down the shoot to the fli-st.iaaelilne... .
: /liftil' 1 gP4) //I.ll11h'III.I/ "i. ical I Discovery" There is nothing "just success
"x are being landed there this,
: r pIfttiiitIoI, .. 1"1/1/ "II I I I Idllt'',. ,..1'I 1'1/1' l'. a lid ns good" fur disc.isi'S of the stomach, --- New Art of 1'lionoloKr. : '

ciL ti bIokN.11p. I. Neil On.The blood inul lungs. CURES RHEUMATISM. '. .
Persons who ore Intorehted in phrenology -- --- ---- \ 'I '
Dr. Tierce's. 1'lensant! Pellets cure durmi Airs\[ A. E. Simpson Craig St. .__ -."
Consolidated 509 graphology, chiromancy or astrology ', .
Naval &truescnmpnny .
zines.q sirk lie.-id.iehe. Knox\-ille, Tenn. writes June 1899: :No" OPEN : )
; of Jacksonville fuss ___ 10, will lie glad( ti> learn that anew : .
pur- on "I I have been the baths of Hot
ELCTICLTY trying predictive art :has been Invented jl I
rliiisoil the business of I. S. Oiddens .
< Slimier Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism
Hood S. C ; watchman the New YoiU Herald. It ii '
,ICn.: of It says ..,; ;'; .J I i
1"11111'1\ is estimated but I more relief from Ballard's
j Jolin get
.Simmons, Tampa, Fla; known tl8 phonology nnd it I Is billed on '
I Hint this purchase will give the big chairman of the board of managers, Snow Liniment than any medicine or3n.thing the assumption I that tbe cb.nacter of Hotel Putnam. < 1 J
LL I hare tried Enclosedfind
i company an annual business -, )
? I aggieHng S. T:. Adams IJirniitiyliiuu/ Ala. every person can be learned from hit ,
Send -
.- : (OllnOno) () "' postoffice order for $i oo "" =>
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per year. -, -- ----.. voice. A voice whIch Is clear anti melodious -
me a large bottle by Southern Ex
Cnngre"Rlllan Davis muVTiis $1''Is) flewut iii. $1110.> press. Sold by all druggists. 3. we are told Invariably Indicates
"'-. Count Z'iI.ggI i ::: I iln. I ll I:u Hi I i t in i i 'IIIM'' 'IIt..r. bride e *-- frankness honesty nnd strength, DeLan.d, Fla.. -J
i lIlt hi enllH II!,i.I."<'tiii/ |1"1 l Is III I I have reiurnedjc tLeir home, Palat- The render. of this l jtaperlll beii.'uisi.l of character whereus a I'ol'e'hll'll is '
ta In len"itt that tl lu.'t' is" nt least Dr. McLaughlin of Atlantic City. -
,4 theHummer.
; LO '11 for the pmpiiMe/ nf i \il| lining, ,,! .Mr. Davis is gruff' and hUsky is all'I1)8III Indication v.KOUCB .
j on dn-aded> illseiise that adduce has N. J., has taken up John D. Rocke-
bis I nj'sjtem tullie" iiiillioi, ''hn.- ili.-n" .. III I Il'I'P"iI Naiignjytg"that he will get a hill Jst...ui :able to 111'0' ill nil Its' stages) and feller's offer of $1,000,000) for a healthy of 111 temper and other undesirable. W. P. CHASE,

..JIl.CI'I"!. I I"", ..:-h"l1 i i"i i,,i .. .Vyi*,.eU to create' a national home for I that "is' ('11 tll\'I'h.). I II,ill's i.'utnrih Cure stomach.. The doctor will forfeit qualities. It naturally follows that a .

t tails l of liKiUtfi'ieJlj:! : av <, ', i'i' li tTTurnlHhed / 1 Holdiers in Florida at the next session Is I Ihf only im-ilht" > ,'111', Known to the. $.,> 0110<> if he falls.. If Rockefeller soft and sweet voice Is nu Index 1 of loving Proprietor. -

; ,:. by the i-iibli': .' ...>i\-s u \\iiler In .-Ocala, Star. meilicnl. t initei'intv. cntni-rli' being, a con really wants a healthy stomach he kindness! nnd philanthropy.A .

.' the New Yin l< I CMMIIIII: I i i i; I I'..iii.. I lie I i"iii-" stltiitlonnl I I I dlfeiKe, ieiiifres| a constitutional should come to Florida, and work fora 5 .a- ----- lJ '!.

poRes to f MTU'I?I I'll, Iii" i41P4 III I In1 rule nf Kev. S. D. Paine has resigned the 1 I lien i ment.i Il.ill's 1: Cit to nh CureIs year on a turpentine farm, eatingat BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR LIFE ; t ,: OP ,\ l'I'I lCl ION:1 I-OU TAXI

e1 from :iluo! ) to :i."i; II> miles nu lumr. Wh-es i piistorate of the Congregationalchurch '" taeii I IlIt'I'IIIIIIr.I acting I ibrectly up. the foreman's table, and riding on With around him I KEI IJ t'NI'EK' fol"IIOO: I : Oil.\1>-
oil the 1 blood u nnd t niucons u sui'fat ces of horseback through the pine forests. fniily expecting to '1'1'.14C: S, '..\WS OK\ Fl.OkIIA5yoThI'I .
: Mill be eretted nt tin nllltude> roiresponding inVest Palm Beach. This is for die and riding for life 18 miles .
The the sy-lem, theicliy cl..t l l'03'1r11-C the : a "sure cure indigestion. a son p. .
: I. 'lit.i't.b irlvintlm" D. n. P'nxton
'. pretty' ni'tnl.v to Hint: of I Hieteleginpli I' cnnsp of I the resignation is Mrs\ 1'0111111111011 of the disi/ase, nnd glviiij 4'HAT .-.-- to get Dr. King's New Discoxeiy for l' 1 pit i t-l.s-, i' ol >lux c'rllth'u'" No. AM' 'ill- "

t ,( nlreHlit I plesent.. i i Tlu> will I 'i I'uine's health. the !palli'iir xtiviiKth by I.building upI \\ IS LIFE? Consumption, Coughs and Colds. \Y ,"I,l Ilu. atul I 0\.1'\ el' JIIIM', A.l>. lieu". him fluil" .
Ilev. and Mis.I'iine \ '
.,; be In the foim of nerlnl; I rnll\Mt\s I I i I tun I will poor lake trip to ; I the. t'.'lust.t I II I it t lout ami i nssistjiig. imturtIn In the last analysis nobody knows H. Brown of Lees\illc Ind.. endured, 'mill.,,I I.OVI't Inn i,litlt'iilu i lor ti X"I tn III,">U' ...Ih.to'.iu.t.tu'I, HIIHIMII ,01 I him a'.uiiulH..,..h"npI'l "'.-.. -

.: wires fiiiuilng; n tnu-K.. 1 On l. lhi....> lines : a Kuropennd lining' :: its woik. 'Ihe propiletorsli.ne but -\\e do know that it is under strict death's agonies from asthma ; but tint vII u It In w. fit ill rt'ilillCMte, i tO titit', i'a I Ihi. r .1- .. .
,will [be inn mini.itnn> enril.iges" Asia returning to Florida when : si 0 iniifli 1 tnilh in lbs", eiinitheIMIXMTS. lau. Abuse, thai law even slightly pain wonderful medicine gate instant relief; IIwl"Il"tt'tt, I 1"1"1'1)I | i BitiiHUU VoiiiHlartiniii "

; i pelled/ by elec'tilelty. 'lln. \\'tuiIi' 1'1/1' her. health in' recovered. Mr.\ Paine l I that I they otter One llnndreiiloll.irs results. Irregular living means derangement and soon cured him. IIe'riles: "I I'ti'l' \'Kj. t'.IoIIl.hit, In \\J6 ti-\\tl' it nw'4: : Sc! 34, Tp t t'J e, It :' '

.. jr4 ratus. will be Inclosed.Tho / in one of the bent known and moat 1 1 ,for any cnvt I tluit I It l fails titure. of the organs, resulting in Consti- now sleep soundly every night." Like :t all', tu uit'I''s.,
T Hiiul limit ,nseil at tli4i ilttte nf
Send e lu'lni; IIHHI
t oilii
t if
.E1 wires ni',i i lo be suppm. "li-d I eloquent pulpit orators!: in the coun < pation. Headache or Liver trouble. Dr. marvelous cures of Constmiption I'neu h 5' I'Hiiiinre, nl Mute ui'l lilli'iite. In IhvnHiuo' .
posts. To a\oM! eollisloii. belueen the. try. Aiiihess, r. j. CI1I'XoCO.. King's New Life Pills quickly readjusts nonia, Bronchitis Coughs Colds and .1 I III''... W. '". jipi'uci, .r. UII.I-HS mild CfilillijiiL ..
Toledo, O, matchless for all nliiill. I In ittiUt. ,ti Hccoiilleff I tit It,w, t lux.
LI curs a ml. I In.poll's, I tm> \\in-s will I rest Sold: Joy Dnigglsts 75 ponta. this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Grip prove its merit .'tiI. wIll I I I Ifisno I Ilifi'ion on. Ibt, :alt] Ii day ...r 't -
th. > .'I While at Palm : Only atY.. A. Allen's and G. \Y.Fisher' Throat and Lung troubles Gii.iranlccd s:'I.IM-h A.U. 11,18.lVtlst.it I.
on nriiiM 1 I projei'tliiir' I$ I nun 1 < npilirlils.The I preaching Bel'b.I I IIAl.l.S: I'ainilv, IMIs nre tile best. 25C .
bottles and $i.oo. Trial botles free I iniiillviiil' mirnniiirp and ai>ul thldiiliiyt.t '.a.
; 'e will be twi niiiln 1111.-ii., innfor, I the first", of the month Bishop Vil1 .. drug stores. soc ,;;'|;| ;: : F tttttiiuy!, A.I) ;I'lOtlIM'iil ;
W. A. Allen's and Geo. W. Fishei's
; Incoming; I and (Iii oilier fur onioning:i ;; 1 t limn' Crane Gray of the MAbCAGNI.Donblli'hs C. 5- al [ ) "HAM'I.' l>. JOIIDAN., ar'1. .
Episcopalchurch '
,. drug stores. Ciei k Clu'iilt CVm, t, i.luHla Co, !-.n.
;r letter' "*, n lid nil I Iii ig.* cities I inul. I I Ion. us I announced til-it -- .
a chapel _. .J.A _
n- ;trill be Her\eil liy tlii'in Unill.-illiiK: ., "should, be erected at Del little I .Mnsciignl!: I sets.. us all down f The L'N'ttLI Tlilitir.' f.' : .
from I the Inr"'' t towim I there, n' I III I I I lit' I UIICM I ray a itslit' for, I t'iulsutus. ..situ lug'l'lUs nod! An heiress who lived in Dubuque \ '
to the Kiiuilli'i' ton' In .illreri community on the East Coast. After ; I Was courted and wed by a ifuque,4< The Racket Store
MI tumuiiinleiitloii spoils.MiluniiUee :Sentinel..MiiM'ii I .
the service But thin nobleman Kay ; .
r ; with the 'niiiln. line. a member of the congregation ; .. /g:II lI4 I hem it t Is", biiiUen, and his '1. Made her wealth fade away :",, .

The I'Ji-a I N I Hint the pnlillr "111 simply stepped up to the bishop iiiaiiayiT" 1 Is 1 1 liioKo." The \t'rmiculur 8oshebadtogooutasacug's. \l i

.hut ye to ilrup a Htnnipi I J letter I I lulu u and nuthori/ed' him to draw on him UnglMieilw: : 1 Is cry expressive. uttlini'M .4 -PhiladelphIa Freas.S'S ... J. A. ERICKSOBI, Proprietor, >

a ny. olie of I the unit uuy I jiosls' 1 inul I!Ito I In for $500( for this purpose The donation .--:-:1.: I'aul :Ne; \\'M. DRY GOOL, SHOES, HATS NOTIONS NOVELTIES: ::!, JEU EL- -

;' ventlon will I I tin I tin rest.Vllliln. t I I Ihe was made for charity, not for The im t klmi\ .Miinc'iignl I Is going to SO SWEET AND PLEASING IN RY, MUSICAL INSTKTJMLNT8\ MUSIC, ETC. .. .

poles there will .be nn ui>|'inriitiito" the of tell I tin. .
pin pose! securing free advertising tile ol' his woes In II .book. If TASTE!
8 til ill p the h.It"I'M-.I. c., |JlIiJIi.u.u| I tin1 lo be Agent for (he SINGER, tie but; MarL Ilt. in the woild. All kinds of
and the gives It to ,
name of the donor us ,good niul Ihely, lie .
entity niul till time I of posting I ; inul mi was withheld.We I may I I make l i''oie out of. hid I literary t let ii Mrs.! C. Peterson 625 Lake St., Topeka Sewing Machines HI suit c1 u.lll'll.j .. luiLul ed. '

': the nppronch' I Ihe "elei-trlc J t I limn"t I the I he did out of his, American musical Kan, speaking of Ballard's Horehound <<
veilIn Best and cheapest IIA RKEt-S in tl e ity. 1J/llnfflillf'Tai/ld T-I'IILJt1.\'
box coiitiiinlnjj the .lelterx I til I I lie initomntlctilly saw deal of A. S. Mann\ '
; t v> good I re. -Sit U Vt'u, tivisco! Chronicle.RUCKLKVS Syrup says: "It has never failed
i SHOE .
rnlseil/ ; 1 t lo I the top t ami the' ('or-" years) ngo in his!: Jacksonville, orange ---.-- ---, to give entire satisfaction, and of all ,

.. __.ri'Mpoiitle7irc, Vmptieil. I Into I J thi* "currlages. auction\ M'lieme. The piinciple was : ; .\KNICA SALVE cough remedies it is my favorite and I -_ _ -- ----- -_ 'It '4
-S. ." They will I I I then' I lie u-ui 1'1,1, to sound, it must confess to my many friends that a.;.
; was approved .
tho central I otlloiIn I I the I ,illntiht, I In* the by some of ll.is: \\nilil vMile f.inie Inr mart ellouiiin it will do and has done what is claimedfor 1I'Jtt! IIII11""' IIII11tIItt.!\ PK\\IJ!! !!. ::!!:!!:!!!!::!:;! .!!!::!\\tlt\l! !: !! !! !!.: Ml!!! tU\l\! ::! \\l! !! ;!!I r .

autoiuiitieiilly (lepoHlteil nml,I l 10.1' n mechanlenl ablest. merchants or New Yoik, ,' I It t siirp.isM's: :all)' other sil\f, lotiijn it-.to speedily cure a cough or a Itt 3 ::5:'

I process eonxejeil, to. I the sort and. liuidly by the Florida J ruH1'xclll1ng'f' ulini tIit'tlt or li.ilm for Cuts, Corns, cold ; and it is so sweet' and so pleasingin FoX'.a :JJ.easac..t rI'i.:1Cl.S:: : : 1 1t
: Kiirns, P.iiiN, Sores, l'Yloti "
which Ulcers
('\'s' tables. After they have I IMKMI Mortiil. established an auction 'I taste. 2.SC 50c and $i.oo bottle at
'letter. Salt Kbetim, Fever Sores
they will be nun In taken lo I the! tup nf here that was a success. Today all druggists. 34 '
Chapped i'1 (lands.I i Skin Frnptiuns ; infallible ..GOTO1HE.-'... I :
the bulhlliig niul forwanleil to tlietrdeatl in his project to build a hard '
: fur I 'lies. Cure. xttaranleedtJnly ; $ 7A1

Zlu. nation.l'o.r.lIlsln.->' F.1..lrl..y.Electr'I..lty and road, one to Pensacoln to Miami,, he one in to eminently Tampa 'I FlshlT, JSC drtuggj..ts.atV' : A. Allen and\ Geo.V' LAW POINTS. Qcr: .4.. ''I':: I: 0 0 LC- :I3 !t '

In to lie nseil I In ngrleiil- sound-perhaps little premature -. 1 -- w i .
An Infant Is held In O'RourUe versus t : i
ture n a n fertllUer IIH nell MH for mechuulcul f..r the. farmer nut for the .
I automobile TheM t John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance) '
>r" part ibont the baseball g .
The no\el bnltery, Justper 1
feet fil power.by I two Kn<'ml.iiiri Is tu be llyer.) It would erect the great MIIIs. I that t I Hide I Is. no. possibility I I of the company, (H. I.). Q7 I.. U. A. 400 not to t :FOUl! tlea1.1t1fql liqkes foi< 1'Joatiqg.foi .
(-Ht tourist the lie bound in bin warranties In i
playground continent.
on a contract -
game hclnll'sll'ollc',1: on account of
buried In the noil, which. I N limn mutfnt'tlzed -
ii nil. yield J Inereaseil, nnil I, I enrller ,- III intellectual colibre ex- do ikiicss nnd t thereby gll'lnus/ u rest. for life Insurance. Sqi1boqts, to''b, qts, Gqlloes fot! le.11t.{ !

,. > Senator Minn is head and, shoulders Indianapolis) 1 Neus. The title of land sold and deeded bY',, t "
crops ns 1 pri>\ 'II I by tints with potatoes _ _
beets, barley, etc. above many) of his detractors, Tim biiNebiill I I J pioblein" may its WI.1go I u' guardian to her husband Is beld,* In '

: rl<.ctrl<* Fin. I'niiip. but he alienates some support by to The ll.igue fur settlement. It Is. eveiy A.'Yuzlerersue .leaLlim: (Koai.), 67 It. R. I 1 Jco l1'\t.fge: < ildrqission\ (\tOqfc1s.\ g t
GT5 not to puss: to a purchaser who
us "eompllmted and momentouans
his, inexhaustible, !
clcctrlo fire pump I Is I in IIHO InKouon. Shakespearian eloquence. -
Tlio Jilt muni of. the South Americanneuiit lias: notice of their relationship and w. Clqb Ifoqs'c Opeq\ to t1\c.l"1.1blic.\ loJ .
'U Is (to I obtain J I u (,111'1"111 ( .-TimeH.Union. .
for operating I the. inoloix from !laei'iit, lot ilNptites.-\Il I iigton I'ost.loil I ejeetmeiit for Its recovery Is held to .
n< .| : :: be maintainable I
K. V. UIIAND LODGE OKFIC FKS. by the ward.
electric I tram enbh's. Tim ulmlo ina-
Know What Yon Are Tiik lug Liability for damages. to a neighbor I E Parties Can Have the Use of and J
.- chine ean hu plneeil I "ni t a hiiiiilcart I or I The following officers were elected caused by the Dlning-Room Kitchen v.ith DIshes, |J .
explosion steam
oil n little t two W I ue.'Jiui, UIIKDII) ilniwn it the annual session of the Grand when Jon take Grove's Tasteless : a l Moderate Rates. -"
fl boiler is> held. In Velth versus Hope etc. at i,3
( (tIll 'lunlc )because the formula la :
>by one borne. Its. tolal weight, withlacceHHorleH Lodge Knights held in }
) Salt und Coal
plainly printed on bottle show company (W. Va.), 67 L.
and) two men on the Hunt ,Jacksonville' last week: iiiff that it is. simply every Iron and Quinine 1C. A. 410 not to arisewhere. one place it. p.t'-

la about a ton.How draft d] chancellor a in e u E. in a tasteless form. No Cure, the boiler upon his' |,remises aud operates ;!t \001)\; FIiOOlj AjV l'T2lNO fOl1 tq.11ci.11g. hJ ... I!. .

Crane, T mpa. no pay. 50c.Mm It lo a lawful business with care .
tu ( l4>iin lliiokM. Grandicechancellor George' -. CMit all,' Hlrlll I 1 J \ fl

,To remove grc'iiso upota from, bool\4 H. Hallmark, 1'(>nsl\cola. It{ TKefreabmenta 11'11be\ on Sale every Thursday, with Music In the '" ..

., place the dtalneil( piigt'H between slivels'" Grand, prelate-M.\ W. Stewart ; ii1en.. CHILDREN'S COUGHS AND 1;' evening for Dancing. h" !
of blotting puper in unler, lo protect' : tin : (ll'lIlulftbll: .. What poll- COLDS. 1111111111J\'I1rj\.i f
t'alatka I 'I1I11J1\l( Jr.J1111111 1IIJWi1111 t 'oKoII1JiWr.IA 1ll 1 1 l or.r.1.; ;;r.l.1A r.Ur.. ;wii1.IJ;'I1r..' \ rr
(. rest; then lay powilereil" uia .(noMlu or tli'i.in. .: did you tlbu\.6' with that razor. Mrs. .Joe 1\lcGrath.127" .. E.-. -ist-- St.Ilutcliinson ... .v ;" ". J
French chalk on nml mnler tin* j, reiiMO( Grand keeper of records and seal I last? Kan., writes: "I hav
barks and press! over the blotting paper .-\v. H. Latimer, Tavares. flit: ,11t.r--Why? given Ballard's Horehound Syrup t
': with a fmt' Iroii. Tin" powder will Grand. _master. of_ exchequer-W. I Man-I:icon use It has. a pull.-NCClv I I my children for coughs and colds for th!.... t.o riCr, Greenville I act that that be felt IIElt,'

abtjuib. the &feTuasu and leave thu 1"gl1I, U. West, Jacksonville. Vork 'I'1we- I past four years, and /find if- ,'t nsld.will' "-' editorially: that this opposition t:may:01'01 an opinion 00 the LAWS OF FLOR-
c ye888. -
quite clean GraM master-at-arias -- ptcdlclOe I fyf'vtf.itewuir "It is a great pity We have wall for many '
Henry regard: has
In Old c ''''*' sv as absolute \ Dr. Forbes Several and of Mr. HteiaOll: ir"
Morneoo. or1t
Horsier, Penuacola. Dr. Forbes'remed to for years tendent ,given| that K. L. Oawriy,
N- well
,' >. -lluir la "'u.1I n Mnck2nlaBh. When the dnrk pretender grItty 1 iversity, and that had pregists known him of( the best men Philadelphia. jebY t>rtlrtcaieNo8ldHtedWho
A ditty iiiiiuKlntosli cnir be quickly Grand Inner guard-Louis C. Tire of walling by anti by ? throat ce vas that he and we he is .one certainly proved are the other ra A D 115)0) h-ll. tiled p.ld
cleaned table and Lynch, Gainesville. And assaults the sultan's city. 6 that ituthoTltY I SiT. he has educatOr men who Jiy olll.e; and ban mmie appll-
by uiuoiidlng it on a we great board-the
- Then question cOfl- a deed lo issue lit nccurditnoeUpholdinST
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$4 then BtTubblntf, It with yellow souu|> and Grand outer guard-George W.I you-Cleveland tea the Fezzers Plain Dealer.Ityt ?C his tentative resIgnation This feel'd 1 by his viW superior executive the w/joel-tlflo te embraces the foU'
wish. I Forbes, .Ittmtedio VoluaWamedlf
Stetson's and a It .will be Prealdent tWO property
- 80ft wilier. ('be hrnah\ usuil hhould be Hiusey, Aptlachicola. ------t --- o :Mr. ownership 01 the insti.tion 'I administrative ability. that )he ida. o-wt, :

rnaUbruHb. When tilt dirty spots Supreme representative-William A CERTAIN- cum,: FOU CIIIL- f remark and Baptists of Florida I! too. 1J111I1. S..1I18.|
lusirated by the to the il, he is his as l"-,. ,,. .....cJ at tho date of
_ _ _ alt reD( \.I.. l'luse'the mncklntoHliJM nr.A 10.8. was should calamity education : (,0. 11I1r allM. ..
Wilson De Hart, Tampa. what he the cause \Ve veraith? They are __ certIficate' In the' attune
') ,I. water till quite| free of toiii oDd St. selected the Shake Into jour ,nlioo Allen' Foot., that he did not know thought he would and to his present; position. bad a bare .. :! ttes, certificate bull
Augustine was who
aa :o"l''
J'asi.: n powder. It "He had and driven life ol a quarterof For.bj.n: law ileed will
cures Chllblajr it. is
eu bung out In the nuailo, to dryI1J( with what a President 'or"lp'
next: 'meeting place.WOODMEN?! 1"I'O..tI.ltt'. damp, .Sweating Booker T. Wuhington begin to ask lived in the op tn. with :Ulat) duty AD.,,.
- not wrlugjl; or pluc'e It near u fire, but SW"iive write to over to him. worth, in \ fortunate perllec"
feet., thing century work,
contentyouiut.lf with giving !Jttti'eUake I ELECT' OFFICERS. .At,_.,...C.nil Druggists. j.onStorea. 'Stetson I IT&S .turn the statement whole 01 Mr. Stetson's Mr.related before a the public, in public in he u Dr. MacAr"liol1 : .n V ': 1t3ane leal thIs

If. and tlu'n bll< "lug the air to complete Anot'er/ between 01 the youni Baptist ;
Woodmen ol In
M. I The head camp. of the -- ;; work | \to the interview Dr. Forbes.: the interest community and State 0. \

:the drying PI'OCctill. World, jurisdiction of Georgia, A I.QVC siojfton employed StetSLn. Dr. Foster and an appeal toMr. building of of a the Redeemer, if a man '1 er and. t ttt'm

South Carolina, Florida and Ala- Her coal black eye an'Eothrolled when c'. Forbes made 1 11'5. bthes:p the cause is .to b ) roken down I navel'' : 5,'
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How, to MnU Svrevt Potato Pl the \\uc\t\\ courts justice to Dr. Forbes ban
\' : last week chose Savannah Federal St son for that atinnOcet I like after h' -r-.tees l urDer.o'l.{ | .
; ..Boll tbe potatoes until mealy; mash jama, as 'Veil roul"! she .y, tte h in the justice required and driven out "ach.
d that tf)
,.Una and, rub through u sieve; to a cup- the next year's meeting place, and "Not by an ant e wholebtru: but little I and urt she ought to be restored unlversi_ pro ounced him withou 1S! K>I te.\i, f --

: n.s i--rol add half a cupful.""ot'811g01', bdlf a elected Ihe following officers:; Head ere W1lMuiiusr,40 receive full .tiOD. and wOI'k in the ;. -- V

; ,"- teupfuI6t l bHtter" wltb-tho'sugar;' three counsel, L.: XT. Archer Birmingham, Forbes.- _. .._ -.- her po er 6 M5md a Half Mffioi

2 \ :.vell I beaten eggs, the' grated rind and Ala.; head ad riser, F. J. Willing 5.00 paid r.t.;:! 1 No Core No Pay., SOc.Crov .'

!* tirJuice; : of half u leuqn.'nnd'a: grating. of ham Borne, Ga.;- clerk, 8. E. Burnean one, whethe/; r Uvw PUb. '
'iratiiictf without crusf Iu ... .. .T.. fr.1. 01 Blade; Koot. .
%., Unke: a top, Greenill, S. c., escort, B. L'4i7 I KeUey, Ka.n/. .' Ida WW7..
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