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: April 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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t HON. D. U. Fletcher, mayor off IS Impossible to reply to the many mis' IT HAVING been stated by the De- THIS fight should eventually turn

and one of the representations ana falsehood circulated Land Record that 72 students left out to be a scheme to get a coupleof

... trustees of the University, writes as there are througb some the fstta press that and cannot otherwise be Ivuorvd, but John B. Stetson,University week be- million dollars' cheap advertisingfor \ yt

follows to the Jacksonville Metropo- by unprejudiced,thlulduif people. fore last, a reporter called at the office the hat factory, now wouldn't '

,, its under date of April 8: It la a fact that early In the bevlnulov of and was given the figures from tbat jar your grandpa's preserves.
Oldest Established House in the City.
this trouble., wheu
For months the public has been regaled there was no suandjU
the books of the institution which
.L' abroad, Mr. Stetson's attorneys searched the John B. should either furnishing
with all! kinds. of attacks. on the stop -
give the following facts:
president and trustees of: Stetson University could country use over to blacken huntingsoiuvthlug the vUaractvr tbat of they l>r. Up to the present date, April 9, 448 "the sinews of war'1 for this fight DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 1is
the Board of
and they have been contentto Forbts. They took spoulnl pnlas to give their students hare registered this on poor Tl'IlItee.-or!
oiule to all who would read It, year, double tbe capacity of his ice plart.It .
stand on the action ot the board testimony y
against a total of 429 at the end of the i z
though at the much ::- SPEOIALTIES >
subsocjueut Intestltfutlon
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and let that fur itself. The
speak 1ft
or It was proven untrue and entirely overthrown term last year. rumored on the street that

president has been assailed in the by oral personal testimony. Mr.Stetson At the end of the winter term-Marc Chrlatiancy and Stetson, now own a New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard. a aDeLe.ride

g most unjust, wicked and barbarous does not uluiui that he was bunting' fact 2G-68 students (lucludlugthe Chicago: part interest In the Bugle. The rumor -

,td manner\ : an,the,public. press and others to honest bring. Investigation betoro the hoard, but that of Trustees he was preparluir la .all- part) withdrew; the same number, is not confirmed by the Bugle. If Florida.,

wise. I'be'truotLee.. nave been held for ilefenoe in case; or prueeuutloa. 'ine. 58, withdrew at the end of the winter there la no truth in the rumor, the

up as unworthy of confidence ana term last people will know within the
Irk) question o..tu..Uyart..lI: If bteuon bud year. present -F030
FOi 0I0103 wanting in niucerlty and principle.. done nothing but his simple. duty la tills OMS, During the winter term this year 72 month-as Ben will flop again! If left .

., ti Malicious'and false these tttatements why did he fear P.Clutluu7it student k"t; daring the winter term alone. He has so far flopped only
Is DeLand Real Estate Office. ,
an unheard-of proposition fur an attorney
have been, but we bave not troubled to publish his testimony to the world before tact year'7.6'ft: 2 less) left. once this year, and has another Bop

you fur space to reply. 1 do not propose going into court.It Siiice the\glnuing of the present coming him. z

to enter limo auy uiaxuaslun ot Is ft fact. that Mr. Stetson demanded tin term 27 new students hare registered. Wonder bow IonIC "heated term"

f tbe matters now. Latterly these assaults resignation. of Dr. Forbes and was takes These are facts. They are furnishedus will continue In DeLand this year. ZE3Io-v3.se: :: For: eellt': : : .-
are being aimed at tbe University steps to.eeure hlssuccessor" before uousultlu, ., by those who know. These facts
with the board of Trustees. ,or even with tuiExecutive
itself, and, in its defense, as one and figures would have been cheer- Tbe Bugle stated last week that
i' Committee: and,In fact, the mat
1 i who cherishes its wellate even though ter was nut brought to their attention uutu ully given to the editor the RecordIf the state press had refused to print City Lots Residences 4

that luvolves opposition to its absolute It was done by iir. }'ura..... be had asked for them. He has the supplement sent them by tbe majority .

domination by one influence, 1 It Is a fact that. at the meeting called by Dr. wilfully and maliciously misstatedfacts trustees, showing the true Inwardness and Unimproved Property

feet, In that behall, called ou to cob Forbes for the lath of September. after a with the intention of injuring of this fight against the

rect the misrepresentattonsembraced. moat searching estivation by tbe entire the school, in the Interests of his board. This statement was about as
Board,of all rumors affecting the cb..uterofJr. Property of Non-Residents Cared For and Taxes Paid.
true as most statements found In Ben
in the article copied by you yesterday' Forbes, the resolutions exonerating. bUn masters.

from DeLand paper' uuder the flaming were announced adopted, not a sentiment The figures shown above are phenomenal Bolt's Bugle. Fourteen of the best

:beau Itues'aeveuly.TwoLeft: being uttered or a vote cast to the contrary.It the students have been papers in the state-many papers of

School."' "The :stetson: University Is a fact that the University opened on beld, and new ones are coming in, three times the Bugle's circulation- Land sold for Taxes redeemed. ...

.. Now Suffering." The bead line is nut the let of October with the largest enrollment the institution I Is prospering, notwithstanding I have Issued the supplement. I do not
In Its history, and has maintained. this large know whether this falsehood was j J. R. "Wtli.rllAbstract w.
true.' The usual number ,students attendance throughout the. having a the most diabolical efforts "
year; I
ftl who go out at the close of the winters total enrollment larger than. any other year in to ruin it. That It is prospering' after given publicity by Ben through ignorance Office, between Post OfHce and Bank. 'e,

term have gone, including the Chicago : Its history,and a larger number actually pr*.- Mr. Stetson has spent thousands of or malice. These two traits appear I-o-K>>O-t<.t.

" students, who always leave to taker ent now than any other spring term.It dollars in a vain effort to ruin it, after to be vicinlt'with each other for

Is fact that In the month of predominance at the ofilce.
up their'studies in Chicago Unlver- a January tbe ten thousand lies that have Bugle
while the school was thus prosperous, just' Will the Bugle kindly Inform an anxious -
i., THE NKW! S'lUDENTS.: Trustees> Mr. Stetson gave out his much. pupils, Ju' wonderful. It shows that public as to the number of tR'
Endangers both the home and
,. papers In the state tbat bave printedthe per.
talked-of Interview to the Philadelphia North the Institution, the pupils and the
The usual number little son. One may meet with a serious '
perhaps a !Stetson: aide-the "Blue Book".
In which he
American, cast reflection upon faculty are in the bands of One whom accident while escap.nif: from, 01
more, of new students have entered Dr. Forbes and the Board of Truet e.. At J
perjury, dollars and villlflcaiion can- I do not know that It I is attempting save something
pR, for the spring.term and there are in about the same time bis attorney was put in necessary a burninghouse..
actual attendance at the University Jail In Tampa and gave out a slanderous Interview not dismay. to deny anything- stated in A. C- Why not be safe from pecuniary

to thi publlo press.. Not satisfied with rlayneu' long-winded article loss in either ?
today more students than ever beforein ANOTHER STETSON ORGAN. everyone case Carry 91'
this, be and scatter
proceeded) to publish
its history at tbe beginning 'of auy broadcast over the land an Infamous pam- knows that what Zan doesn't
', spring term. The statement that tbe phlet purpornlng to be testimony In the,case; Will Fight the Trustees Through a know..ibuutthelru .'ult et ing( would ACCIDENT'IfSUIAliCE

sentiment over the state U. almostill and even went so far a.to place this pamphlet "Baptist" Paper. Ulllle\'o 0'een copl.s: ( of the Congressional

In the hands of students,and by every means Uicord.. Tbe following ia tbe
unanimous for Dr. Forbes
Prom tbe Tampa Tribune,April 1.
possible attempted to break up the school version of and tbe loss will fall those
true one mis-stated reference upon ,
is not true This is equally misleading Then Mr.Stetson and his friend. cam before John B. Stetson is to have a news- best able to pay it. The Companies

s with the statement that this sen- tbe Board at Its annual meeting In February paper in order to combat the sentiment : represent nettle> all claims
and demanded that because of the wide circulation In the board meeting last September and
timent favois "the reinstatement oi against blm'which Hev. J.: C. promptly are very liberal in ylt-
of this scandal Dr. Forbes should beremov..d Dr. Forbes until the their
ant quiet treatment of holders.
Mr. Stetson:: on tbe Board of Trus policy
Porter of the Baptist Witness is
as a matter of expediency, stating creating
statement was made that he had said
tees." The author of,that statement that tbe question of guilt or Innocence was over the state against the SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand Fla.
' that "he Intended to live or die by
; must have known that Mr. Stetson not Involved. founder of Stetson University Some
w has never been removed as a trustee. It Is a fact, that If any other member of tbe few days since the announcement ber". lie rose to his feet and with
Board of Trustees had the coursethat all the
pursued power at bid command denounced -
He knew aa others who have given
Mr. Stetson has In this matter,be would was made from Gainesville to the the statement .O.0 O t
as absolutely
publicity to like expressions: have have been promptly expelled. from membership effect that a Baptist paper was +
false He asked to reinstate Mrs.
known or could have known, that Mr.' In the Hoard,and such action would have soon to be established at that place. : ]

Stetson is a trustee to-day. Mr. Stetson been applauded all over the land. The boardof Word from that Mathes aa an act of simple justice Ih9ilL
now comes city
,appreciating what Mr. Stetson and Mr. Stetson and Dr. Foster said,
the board. His
is not president
to the effect that the has
had done for tbe University In the past has paper "Tbat is right". Dr. Foster has de.
term as president expired at tbe last not even so much aa censured him yet theyare been contracted for and that it will

J t meeting. He was not re-elected, and accused. of treating him very unjustly.; be one of the best publications In the nied over his own signature tbat he
.. ever said that "Dr. Forbes did not
what self-respecting- could be ex- State. It Is also stated that the paperis
IN DEFENSE OF THE TOWN. want an investigation." Tbln brand. Wfituntil ,
pected to elect as its president: any to be fed by Mr. Stetson and there
as false the statement that Dr. Foster
man who had denounced it as unworthy excellent for I
Editor Johnston Comes Oat are reasons believing
said that Dr. Forbes exclaimed Mowing -
: "My you want to use your Hay-Rake,
of confidence and declared he
Stetson's Tactics. that this is the case. Aa a matter of I -
could not work with it and that he course this statement is to be denied I God, I want no examination. Machine, Wagon, or other farm tools, and tfien r'e
From tbe DeLand Supplement April 8. Dr. Forbe letter saying "be hopedMr. ..
had abandoned the University and discover that need .
but tbe facts will they repairing. _
The Supplement has kept out of the appear soon as Stetson would do right, that Is do ?
cared for its future? But
the has been In circulation for
these) scribblers and perverters ot unfortunate Stetson-Forbes fight, and length paper of time. nothing/ ," was written just after the ::Sa""V""s:: It done:: : ) USTo-w. .

truth prefer to tell the public that it is glad of it. Simmered down to the any 4 Athbuurne agreement to settle and .... ,,

trustee actual thing it was a fight pure and' Attention Confederate Veterans.In drop everything and after two investigations
Mr. I Stetson: was displaced as a ,
bad been held. This was in BERRY & KENT
to simple between John Forbes and John
when they must know that is not true. the by were ever
years gone you
Stetson. In a "scrap" between two answer to a letter telling him that
Other statements and conclusions in "
i ready to respond to the call "to arms.
the article mentioned are equally at men we had no concern-none whatever I Now you are Invited under different Mr. Stetson was not keeping the Ash- NEW SHOP OP. COURT HOUSE.

-so long as the fight did not imperil -, bourne agreement.If .
variance with facts and untenable.
the interest of our constituents.Both circumstances, to attend the meetingof Mrs. Forbes was made ill by the o o o o-.O--O--O.O..o+o oo---a...ooeOEMORY -
THE SITUATION. the survivors to be held at the :_-
friends. Aa long scandal, why wasn't it when she first
our as
So far from Dr. Forbes' connectionwith Court House at DeLand at 11 o'clock,
interfere beard It? She expressed the utmost I
both fair could
fought we not -
the University being a detriment a. m., on Monday, May 4th, 1903, for contempt for It and wan. only made ill '

it is its hope and salvation. tbe purpose of organizing in such when she came to realize tbat Mr. .
that "there will not manner as may then be determinedupon. Mrs. listened it
The prediction tbe scene of battle shifts and Stetson to and

be a corporal's guard there at tbe when the fight'chang.s; from an attack 'Turn. out., then. comrade. were using it against Dr. Forbes wltb

opening of another term if be remains" -' upon an.individual to a wholesale effort JOHN' A. BRADLEY, all their power. Dr. Forbes could not OOLLEGE,
to slaughter the prosperity and J. J. VINZANT, .
is on a par wltb similar pre: ) then believe that Mr. Stetson had '
blast the future of -:when
community P.-EDWARDS
a W:
dictions made a year ago aa. to the turned against him, and attributed
I an institution that has been the most M. I
term beginning last October, and yet vital factor in the making of our town Mrs. Forbes' belief to her illness lie' 1836 OXFORD GEORGIA.1803 .
the records show the matriculation and the prosoerity of our, people is! to T. J. would not fully believe It until receiving ,

has been greater and the characterof "e.wrecked as a means to an end-well, D. L. WICKHAM, the letter telling him to "re ,i, 'yd
the Supplement can be counted on in the H. D. BRACEY,
students his
"o'rk accomplished by the. move effects from the house;
scrimmage, and it will try to be in at Ex-Confederates. section
the healthiest
i ia situated in
-s-i 'has been more satisfactory than 'at the death.. Justification, we think, can- then he knew It meant, not "a leaveof on a high ridge

any previous term in the life of they not be pleaded to tbe indictment charging } \ absence," but going for good, in OXFORD Oeorgiii, where there are no local causes to'

University. There is more "poli1 n- the ground that the would-be: slayer is unselfish-and the gibes and'.neers of
r ous atmosphere". where newspapers also the creator. The laws of our our friends who claimed and( perhapshad and ruin. He determined to effort now, aa in the past, to send forth young men well furnished:
such stuff circulate than fight for his honor and that Is all he
publish lojr and clearer insight into ''
) a deeper
state, and we believe no state; make III physical strength, in mental training, and in zealous Christian ,
there i. la all DeLand. Kent Ball is infanticide justifiable.. A father has no the muddy pool of human nature. is doing or has done. '

occupied by 'one of the University right, morally or legally. to murder hit The shattering of an idol-the loss ofa CHRIS. O. COPRINQTON. character. 9

if' ** force and the rent of a house is laved Sl 'l. loved and cherished object-the severance -- Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B., and d.B4; "
we of a tie that has bound us to FROM TALUIUSSEE.Leirl.1atnre '
and love have
The deep ;
* : 'thereby. The University does not cherished respect for Mr. Stetson has something or someone we' loved and -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life.:,
tM '.2; own Kent Hall,but pays rent for it to caused us to deny in our hearts, if not valued, is painful to contemplate. Do Organizes- The Governor'i After the Sophomore year, opportunity ia given for election of

tl 'Mr. Stetson, and when tbe Chicago verbally-and we have done it verbally you blame us for holding to hope as Fine Message.
studies in the direction of the student's special aptitudes.
long lived? We are still
as.hope groping -
"' students -returned, as they do ,every too-that he had left the path of Tallahassee, April 8.-The Legislature -
for severed ends of the tie that f
;other students In Kent Hall were virtue off in sin to stray. We could
met In biannual session Tuesday
year of on
this idol early man-
bound our
us to {
Kent not bring ourselves to believe that the The Central Dining Hall will off"r good food at actual cost, not to oee4
moved into their places and in hearts
and hood, and we still plead our Boo. Cromwell Gibbons of Jack
three mouth for each
score dollar
t' who'for years at cue
man lot per
eight dollars per month Furnished rooms are
t A,. 4 ,;Ball was occupied as stated and the more had followed the narrow path that for a welding of the ends. It is with sonville was elected Speaker of the lodger. This.>stein I.under the Immediate supervision of it member of tbe Faculty 1 1"i' 1

;' yl,l rental of another house was saved. leads to future and everlasting reward: the most extreme reluctance that this we House and Hon. Frank Adams of Jasper ,who In Misled by a com intent and experienced matron. r

; ''These are the real facts. Compare should at the last moment, when his would image that raise has our been hand enthroned to shatter in our President of the Senate. O. R. 1

them with the scare-bead article pub nearness eternity should have given Klrcbofl of DeLeon Sptlngs was b. ,
e him a clearer view of the "treasureshe hearts these many years. We shrink All necessary expenses for the college year may brought
elected as janitor tbe
lished yesterday and see what unconscionable the task-we confess it-and there -a
and forego his
hadjaid forget within
up would good, fat job paying per day. $175.00.'i
are being i i. other consideration that
misrepresentations future because-what- no
and his Governor
past Jennings' message was ? f *?\'i
es made and how the public la being he was miffed at John Forbes and prompt it save a duty to the people we sent to both houses yesterday. It is

Imposed upon In the effortto manufacture wanted him ousted, from, the controlof love, and whose prosperity and happi-r a splendid state document, the most FALL TERM OPENS< SEl'TEMBEK, ten
for the an institution to which he had contributed ness la dearer to our hearts than anything able and thorough ever written by a
A a public .sentiment earth-our to the
so largely and so generouslyof else on duty Florida governor.
*t .accomplishment: of one purpose-the his me ni. It didn'teem.reason- I community in 'which we lived be- Bills have already begun to pour t

+f'p.. ://culmination pf,tbe most diabolical able, did neighbor?' Do'you blame fore John Stetson or John Forbes 'ever into tbe two houses. For catalogue and other information, address .

.t '' .persecution: ;which, the, mnd, can: u; ,(for'. clinging as long' as possible aw, DeLand-our.duty to the townto Prospects are good for tbe most
x conceive. -And, what does It avail? to our'idol and refusing to believe that whose upbuilding we have contributed productive session of the Legislatureever ;

..... II'. \- the benefit our old-time friend was the black ram in our' fcebl way-but when theselsltarestp held. James E Dickey President f;
Where Is the cpmfort or he was painted? \ are involved and the futureof There is over a million dollars of ,
IK., to.thus attempt th. destruction of a We have endured much. We have our community imperiled thereis cash in tbe bands of the state treasi .
? Tbe
A ar 4t>' educational institution contended from the hill-tops and high a duty we cannot shirk, and it behooves urer," and the expenditure of this p

InlltltQtloo"w1ll the Just as sure. asjirntriumphs places that Stetson's .motives were ua to buckle on the armor and money In a wise, conscientious man- 4a.-OXFOBD, GEODGLf.- :I ';: ,
and truth prevails.3foius 1
? worthy and"a* reward we have'had 110'into the fillb.tanddalt'Red be'his. ner wlir be the most. important duty ., ts.f ,
truly only' lb.conseiotunsis, -0" clirl.m.r. wht .first'cri--'hold, enough.! ;' l to corn b.fors the Legislature.

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politics. 'Tis well. Let the I '! oooooooooooooooooooooooooo --

DeLAKD WEEKLY NEWS and county officials perform 8o News Notes '

i'i+ DLLAND, VOLCSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA. sworn corporations duty to, the In people a fair,and to I g o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooThe From University o o i: II DYE)) IHAlP1PlY! i. .-<. ... .;

c O, O. CODBINQTON, Publisher. _
manner. Let the corporations ; of the Stetson Junior ball team leave
Subscription Rule*. The Children will be glad gif
n I their of the
just proportion team
I r On Tear......................,r......... ..$1 UUf.lx today: for Daytona to play a .
months................ ..r..r.r...... .. 60 give them no special privileges L from tbe High School of that place. will purchase for them o)
kt 'Whsnpstd advance. When not paid Ink allowed to the common people and The boys will return Saturday nightby you Ito
mdvano add CO per cunt.

; '., $atart4. In th.po aodtc..t DcLand, Florida oo sane man will protest. as fol moonlight. vv a package pf13 ASTER EGG :
4'' i a* second emu matter. : 'A public' debate will be held soon
d .( A4vertlalall rate furnished on application.Addraaa The Democrats and I Enter-road between the law and literary department DYES o)

,i, } M all Communications, and make came out about even in the J I Oateen. ; *, upon the trust question.Messrs. .
9i oliecki or money orders payn KoNEW8. Fee, Anthony and Fulghunj will rep-
THE municipal elections on Monday.
Da Land "'1.. resent the literary department, and |)
M. Jones was re-elected as an Glen- VanSant and Carter
Messrs: Reeve,
j ; FRIDAY APRIL 10, 1903. pendent candidate for the the lawyers. For =
and o Diamond Dyes
At.? time as mayor of Toledo; Ii Q
'/ Pier- John Worley has. returned from a $ All Purposes: in Stock. ..
Carter Harrison has for the fourth Republican, succeeded the oOO.ololooooooo.oo '
; visit to his home in St. Augustine to
time been elected of Chicago. cratic of Columbus .tiolo oooe 00 Q
mayor mayor ; in rest take up his work again. In the college.

: His plurality this time was less than Johnson was again elected as e e .

even thousand. chief executive of Cleveland.; Port Mr. Oscar Lofber.- has been elected Furniture and Hardware Store !
of the Stetson Collegiate Orange City
k 1+ rule, the fusuu tickets were editor-in-chief -

r r S Bartow city authorities have purr under, the winning candidates in place of Miss Elizabeth Will sell goods cheaper than ever from carrying stock over through the sum
,Wlne ar, who had -resign on account mer. Goods nt county freight prepaid, re of
tyi chased the electric light plant from ing either straight Democrats ( as of overwork. Mr. Lofber Is $10.00)or more end Mt PRICtS any; AS CHEAPDAS CAN| BE BOUGHT IN THE COUNTY;

r C the private company and will now Republicans. to ably fitted to till this position, having A FINE SELECTION OF GOODS 10 SELECT FROM.

,es I run il for the benefit of the city. : Smith, bad several years' experience on the WM. KOLMAN

j'' llr; tii Rod- editorial staff of the n_ .-_ .
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+ i i It looks now as if Taliaferro will e Q 00000000000000000000000000 r- DESTROYED Y-IE---:

v Buffalo Fireman. Invention right A letter has been received from
succeed himself "without turning a
I School) Board's S
Iterolntloulce *n Industry. -
peli- Mr. Abel Linares, manager of tbe John Mctirath'8 Cottage Burned Saturday }
hair. So far other o
no aspirants
Joseph J. lirownsey, a Buffalo
and Chain baseball team of Cuba, requesting \ Session ..
pion Monthly g ...-
O Morning.
have "cast their bread upon the mon, believes he has hit upon a : I : ,.
Y .r L w 4 a game with the 'Varsity .0
waters?. which will revolutionize tbe Fow- 0008000.000000000000000000BOARD At 10:30: Saturday morning, the residence -
team some time. In May Arrange-
ture of bottles for the sale of met on Monday, with all of John McGrath, on Voorhii .
ments have not yet been completed,
.1 r Hon. J. M. Barrs of Jacksonville wine mid other spirits, says tbe but it. is very likely that we may present. Special tax avenue, caught! tire in the roof from a 4'
Express It Is a well known fact defective flue and burned to the
right schoool district elections were ordered
t, announces his candidacy for Congress have the opportunity of seeing a
inventors for years have been at side of held on Mar 31, to determinethe ground.
between the two teams.
I 4 from this district, to succeed on a bottle that could !not\ be game e o tax levy and elect trustees:! at the The alarm of fire was sent In, and

Colonel Davis. Barra and after Its original contents bud the department responded promptlythe -
three- who
AleXlf.n-1 Mr Jack Solberg, was following places:
w : der will make a used. Such au Invention, If to home on account of bU family goingto Port Orange, Pierson, horses being bitched to the hose

i for Washington. ful would be worth untold aums to to the Mexico, writes that he expects to DeLand, Enterprise, wagon and gotten to the scene of the
Inventor and it is not beyond his lire In an unusually short time. Tbe
accept a position in Havana and remain Ormond, Orange City,
that the government would insist of there for time. Seville. lire had trained too much headway
4 While on his western trip, President some
the of the contrivance. Up to .
use for. the department to be of service.
super- e Iii) 'The resignation of W. H. Poston as
&!' Roosevelt stopped at Chicago, present time however, Yank Mr Bruinsey: "Professor, will you teacher of the Glencoe school was received A line of hose wan run from

i at which village he visited the Uni- ty has fallen short of suggesting { for please lend me a pencil? I find thatI and accepted.Communication the chemical wagon and a stream

} :. versity Chicago and bad conferred Idea effective enough to warrant near have lost mine." from R. P. Hardy, turned on to save the outbuildings.The .
approval, private or ofQclul.Urownsey 1
+ r, on him, by President Harper, the however, thinks be Professor: "Certainly, Mr. Brum- relative to school lot at Maytown, fire was beyond the water limit.

degree of L L. D. Does this make solved the problem. A glass tube sey; I can lend you anything but was read and referred to Chairman The house quickly burned to the

placed In the neck of an ordinary brains" Chandler!, and Superintendent Fish, ground, only the furniture on the first
; the of Stetson
president a graduate row necked whisky flask or wine with Now, who pot bit? with power to: act floor being saved.
''h, :University, too, which is affiliated tle. Inside the neck, where It in e e A communication from Port Orange The loss Is about $750. There was '

: #. m with Chicago? the body of the bottle a washer of Miss Edith :Merry has returned from 1' trustees, relative to destruction of $500 Insurance on the house, held by
( fixed so it closes the space I Jacksonville. H'ibhnc'll.' The furniture
about school was read and re Agent was
the lower end of the tube and the e e *
r t., It is stated on good authority that of the neck. In that way the Mr. Leighton Forbes la taking a ferred to Commissioner Knappe for not insured.

e' thousands of the Herty cups are or spirits are forced to flow through I special course In bookkeeping in the Investigation, and he was empoweredto After the fire U. M. Bennett circulated -

used tube and issue from the mouth house Business College act in the matter as he saw fit. a petition and quickly secured
this in
t, cr being year gatheringroein
narrow stream. Below the tube the 0 Q Petition from the colored school at' lonatlons of about $200 from Demand's!

0 on the turpentine farms. The in the body of the flask is a loose as- A party of young people from the Osteen:! requesting/ the appointmentof liberal citizens.: This will help' the

.y I: A ? use of these cups lengthens the life ball of a size to fit tbe tube so college have chartered the yacht Joseph Smith as supervisor was ,old gentleman In hid emergency/ -

of the tree decreases the and as to allow no liquid to pass. "' Mr. instructed Mr. McGralh Is an old gentleman
waste, Hyacinth and, chaperoned by read and the superintendent was
makes cleaner rosin and turpentine the liquid has been poured from and Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. Hemmers, to forward him commissionas fluttering from throat trouble, of which .
flask the ball enters the tube and '
will spend Saturday on the river, returning supervisor.A he has been a victim for many years.
which bring higher price in there held by the pressure of air !
f' the interior of the bottle The I ap- home via Blue Springs by communication from the Florida He spends bis winters In DeLand and
: the market. By their use, too, the bo.llis Intended to fit the tube so t'N" moonlight. Institute for Deaf and Blind was read, the summers in New Jersey. The love

danger from forest fires is decreased ly as to prevent any other liquid cltl- and recommendations for increase of is a severe one to him.

immeasurably. poured buck into it. I : in appropriations by the state Legislature .
pcrlments having shown that electric
If Browusey's Invention should wall! were Indorsed by the board and Notice of Attarhinviit.
strain the
motors at high speeds unduly j
a practical as well as a theoretical
Prospects are that the coming | track. superintendent. In Circuit Court, "evdilb Judicial Circuit.'J'
cess, Its general use would it Is
summer will witness hundreds and a Railroad Built In 1902.Accol.tUng A petition from voters of the De- Cimnlyi.r Vo..la. ,Stalll ot Florida. .
prevent the refilling bottles
James E. Ah
standard and re to the Railroad Gazette, Leon school district was rend, and the xtthilvrVH. J> '2,5<0.
thousands of strikes in the great ly containing spirits
approximately 0,020 miles of new steam instructed to com J. A. 8<...rlttt. )
spirits of a lower grade by superintendent .
'manufacturing centers. The built last These 'R ili'foi dent,J. A. Buarlftl, la hcivb.v
r experience railroads were year. no.
means unscrupulous dealers are ; was municate with: J. S. Yelvinjfton in regard i titled I lint Bull. by uttHi'biiivnl hu"hfen.
i of ten is about to figures are exclusive of second truck I"..'It ".d HKHln him th ,
: years ago to derive a l large profit.BOTTLE the to his removal from that district. on lolluwluir dHCI'lb.II"'I."r. >-
sidings all electric lines and rebuiltmileage l .", vi"$.
be repeated. Congress should take 1902. The treasurer's books were preaented 8w 1-1 of l h,. BW 1.4 uf Seo 83: T 18 8, R 30 B.ountHlnliiir .
where the work Involved -
i' except I HCIVM <4Oi. and Ibni- l-S ofid
some action looking to the abate CLEANER. for the such extensive changes In alignment audited, found correct and 1 nw 1-4 1'l.' 6, Tp IT P. H au ttcon-
by in'nlnir/ twenty tier,i, all In Volugla County,
_ ,ment of these strikes, which are so Invention That Doe. It. Work that a new route was established. approved. KinrldH.
IT and Eaellr.It of a Railroad building was reported( In 'for Hills were examined and approvedand Now iinlcaH. you ahull AppeAr to the action .
." : pernicious, ..and work injury on Is not easy to thoroughly clean on the ty-two states aud territories Oklahoma warrants ordered drawn in pay on.tent ilu-tlrot by,delimit Monday will I MI lio May u A.,nirulnat D. llWi.you.Jiulir-

.thottssnda'of helpless and innocent bottles ,und especially those which leading the list with 070 miles' Texas ment of them. Old warrants! were Wlh.e.s. my hand mid the HHH! ol auld Ci.nrtthis
: Hi H day of Kibi'uury. A.D. H"0t.JHuni. .
..persons.v contained beer or wine, and for built 400 Arkansas 371, Indian Territory cancelled: The following'Is 1 from the (( '.) RA..',. I JORDAN .
M"I"'* "*'****JMM"M'** 303 and Georgia 330. Illinois. rivrk Circuit Court Voluolu. County Flu.,
device Is of timely financial
< reason a new statement: Pope i Popu. and U. St' Rennttt ..
f"f"'v; The'new tunnel under the East terest.With It bottles of any as Iowa. Missouri and New Mexico each Receipts during.month. . .,$ 72' 58Expenditures' Attorney for Comi lanunt.! .. .

h ..,river, connecting New York and Is sold, can be quickly and California'built over, Florida 20O) miles, Louisiana, a(id Alabama,' Michigan -; during month. .2 8
:'Brooklyn; will be equipped; with: atoboggans'Ide. cleaned.The device, as described In tbe 4054 6$ Minnesota, Mississippi\ Ohio, DdlC1t'lastreport . .. . 2,191, 79

,. Passengers will pet ton Herald consists of a rod which Pennsylvania, Washington and West --
57 funds .. '.
.v' into a car, electricity will start the means of a binge Is divided Into. Virginia built between 10O and 200 Deficit In 84,08017
parts of unequal length. The coun- miles. No new strum mileage was reported WATCHES !
.g ,.;A sear, and it will elide across the river port corresponds to till length of and ) In Alaska. Delaware. Idaho cept the 'email' brass whistle which

'' at the rate of a mile a minute. The ordinary bottle and the two other Maryland New Hampshire New' Jer- stands close to the rear of the tower;

? Care will be fitted wilh electric correspond respectively to the sey, Rhode Island ot Wyoming. the rest was Just a wall of green water
Effect of Car Coupler Law. through which the Adder was rushing.
'? 1 that in of acci
> BO case In 1803 the year the car coupling Objects ten feet away could not be

',; t a; ';;'dent tq one train, the train follow. Re law was )passed, tbe number of casualties seen. As for the air, It was as pure as I WATCHES !
caused by the coupling and un be In of the
x. p :; Ing on the same rails will be auto- can- any'could a room same .
coupling of cars by the old link and area and much purer than that of I
This will be the
+ matically stopped. 11,710'bt which
ys ., pin arrangement was many a cardroom In which men sit,
| only gravity tunnel railroad in the Ohio. 433 were fatal Lust year, the first year not for three hours but for ten and I

14 s .' world; F. In which tile law was In full effect twelve hours with closed doors and. 4 i
and the total number of casualties from with the air vitiated by tobacco smoke.
I -- > In all this cause was 2.250: ,.of which 133 were _. .- have Fine '
k' -} Your Uncle Bob Davis was just made fataj. WE ',;:

; the right height to reach the perSimmons It That and meet '
1., {, ,IN A. SUBMARINE.Bxp .
; on.the congressional! tree. ..

He knew where they grew and could I : Whole_ .'.rl....*. of a**Jonrncjr.r'aee..Bcloir h"Water Tired Feeling any competitionnot 11.

s t pluck them with his eyes shut. Un- ", I I Lieutenant Lawrence Spear,. formerly .. a Common Spring Trouble. excepting catalogue

: cle Bob has been fertilizing the guj and naval: constructor' who'recently read It's a sign that the blood is deficientIn '. l

: t j bernatorial persimmon tree for many bot- a war puper vessels.In tefore'the New York Society on submarine'of Naval I vitality, Just as pimples and other prices.

y ; ,ears. He has watched the tree Architects and Marine Engineers, gaveto eruptions are signs that the blood Our own guarantee

r grow, And' now thinks the persim- Soma cr-iAumo DKVICE. a repi-esoutullve of the New York: Is. Impure.

+ at the light distance from ter of a bottle at the bottom Tribune an Interesting description/ of It's a warning, too, which. only thehazardous amounts to some-
mono are tbe length of the neck. The I his experience while under water dur- full heed.
the ground. If they are hanging parts are covered with rubber, ing a three tours'. trial of the Adder In tliing, s :\ve are here J ''
-t high, your Uncle Bob will find nanyIa they are hinged they can be recoil. buy.Fifteen Hood's Sarsdparllla )
direction. to back it
any .
mileswere traveled under
his up.. .
willing shoulder, placed for When a bottle is to be cleaned water without coming to'the surface and Pills

f .onven nce..4l fist partly filled with water, then ouce. After the' first hour the trip became Remove it give life 1)
soon new. new cour
rod Is thrust Into It'and as
There eleven In let
monotonous 'were your Holiday thoughts .
reaches the bottom 'the lower built by .sge, strength and anlni tion. them .
Record men in the boat nearlyelarbteeu feet below revert to
conrtirme -
The Bt. Augustine spreads out and thus reacbes any Ber tho surface of the water. No noise They cleanse the blood. and clear. .the

jjY+ i |o be on of the best Htate went or other dirt that may have express: could be heard except that -of an electric complexion. W. A. Allen A Co. ;
Meanwhile the middle this
jlpaperI deceived by Ta Niw in ex- eredjhere. motor,driving the-'" bout through thewaterat Accept no substitute. .. .
of the rod has also! spread out Com As they are well prepared to
( above all, : seven knots. The captain "I felt tired all the time and could not'
5bahge..V The Record Is, to cover tbe rest of the bottle and that meet all problems
aid :derotes its 'space io the all that remains Is to turn the of sev stood wltb bin bead In- tbe conninglouver sleep. After taking: Hood's Bariaparllla I 1ST Every statement we make .
Nt.Isla; ( steering by the little compos is also
4, few'times and then to out for a while I could-sleep well and tbe tired guaranteed., ,
7vpbaUding.of: St: Johns county and water and dirt pour and timing tbe boat' by his watcb, so feeling bad tone This great medicine has

t>;, theE.56 Coast tA The Record's colra resist that Ill'. might know when to turn her 'also cured ml 'of scrofula... M... C. II. W, A. ALLEN &: CO.Grove's
y# '' THE LOVED $! around and begin the return trip of the Boor, Qlkad. Conn.Hood' .
andtptei.hgwing SAVE
u RA fall oF|6flftl"q tter ', entire three-mile course.) .. Sarsaparllla .
> the prosperity of the Mrs. Mary A. Vliet: Newcastle; will be Water could tie.seen. rushing by but euro and fc..p. the promts promises to 4

= wants to read writes: "1 believe Ballard's Horeh I jointed notbliiB else could be distinguished ex- -.
a Mai*.; &; perron who : ..
to other .
; any
should 'not ;take"'the' Record. Syrup/is'superior end to ---- ----- -
Ith I
medicine, gild will do all that is to 3fcottlaa. I II

t rj p Ak dth.8L'Augu.tine paper for.lt.audit. i is-so pleasant to take. I : .s
Tasteless Chill
little girt want3 .to take it when wedge ,. Tonic. .

P kfl has 'ino need tor' it," Ballard's' be of .hoc stood the test:25 yeaM. Average Annual Safes overone'and a Half MIffioB
Otr .aantl the cure patterns
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Tlt. + hound! ,Syrup great -
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possible .
ailments i: 2Q., and ; 300.
r w 0hare pulmonary' Sec Is to" .1-/: "" ...... ....,..... .. .T_ ..!*. ;

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:' \,-" '. Devloe of a Brooklyn Man Has Some

John Quern Hovel of Brooklyn Venture has. perfected (" FOR ABSOLUTE SAFETY 4'
.1 a trolley car fender combining some .0'"

Ingenious features says the New York What are our precious metals? "Gold Deposit your Money in '
4 ; Herald. The invention, unlike many of and silver," you answer. Tbat depends, t .

., "All that glitters Is not gold; Its kind, !la almost as effective !if it says the New York Herald. If by preciousness $ '

R -'f: on the other hand not all falls to work as It would be in perfect Is meant the value of the
,' .
Its way to the dust bin la: operation. It not only throws the pas- product In dollars und 'nts-our golden tb Dowery Savings Bank s* j

For Instance says Tlt-DIts, In senger out of harm's way but by rule of meIU\11'eUient-t1U\1 gold and r '

; In one year 208,020 mineral means of springs counteracts the effects silver are not tbe precious metals according 1/

ties, 15,700 other bottles und of the collision after the manner to the recently Issued!: report of ..

even tons of broken glass of some of the impact breaker! employed the United States geological survey OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
cti European railroads.l'rimarlly I which gives us the money value of the 9
represent 050,000 broken bottleH products wrested from the earth's ...
the Invention consists of a dark
3,000 at retail rotes Chartered J834 Now has 4OOOO ,' '
were ( frame of hollow tubing provided with laboratory lu 1002. Depositors. t

.. oC the refuse at the bent down or hooked ends, which are The gold the precious yellow metal,
- ft marked bottles were returned fitted Into sockets secured to the dashboard I poured from nutuie's crucible lu this Assets, nearly

ii: > makers at a penny per dozen vi of the car. Along the metal rods land last year la valued at $78,000,000, '

: othy glass was sold for UO: glides the secondary frame or fender | and if to this we add the metal value

usea !In making mortar. of tubing and wire netting, which bas of the 11111.1'e have $111,000,000. But $100,000,000.00One

aP In Glasgow tile corporation roller on the lower end where It what is that compared with the pig ,

bags to business houses for the strikes the ground. 1 iron product of the sume time, which Is ( Hundred Millions ) +

JJo tion of waste the Springs ore attached to the fender valued! at $2U,000Ooo The Iron produced
paper All the earnings belong to and held for the benefit of i
Is are depositors. The bank is managed by 43
more precious the
gathered periodically. In frame In such u way that when It laTHB gold
eighteen tons of paper are And silver combined! by $130,000,000.: Trustees,who give their services gratuitously. There are no dividends to anyone except to depositors.

;;:.. weekly and a profit of !200 a Modest copper Indian complexioned .
.. realized. Solder is extracted w copper can put the oriental lined goldto EW* Deposits Received and Drafts Paid by Mail."HU ,.'

t tin cans found among the refuse the blush, for last year it enrichedus ...
+ old at a fair price.A In the sum of S7OOO,000, $9,000,000 K
Printed instructions for opening an account with this Bank will be forwarded
Briquette ,'. more than the value/ of the yellow met to/,

Briquettes made with such al. Even the base/ lead that was mined any person on application to'The Bowery Savings Bank +
" ", Is one-thhd tbe value of the gold. ,
1- as dextrin
_,' lose or reslnate of ammonia, IKIvIutod When wu get to the minerals used for 128 and 130 Bowery New York. .

-'- fault of struciurul purposes' gold and silver are
( dissolving in water 1
.... of making them waterproof again distanced, for the building stone WILLIAM H. S. WOOD, president. ._.. I

devised by Richard Bock, a clay and cements that were launchedby JOHN J. SINCLAIR, tat Tte.-PrnidenL ROBERT B. WOODWARD, U Vlee-Prttidtnl. '
gineer who beats I us into tbe channels of commercein TRUSTEES.
simply the
Tr0 mmra wim PaMT 17ar9EDI
briquettes until carbonized 1002 are valued at $182,000,000. The ions W.AmtEH.HUOH JOEL B ERMABDT. MARK w, MACLAY. JOHN J, StNCLAin.
become gold and silver produced In the same U. ADCHINCL089.OBOKOE EDWARD I>, KAUIKNKB. GFOHUK MCNEIR: WILLIAM M SPACE."" '
quite Insoluble. If the ? F, BAKEROCTAVIUS ROBERT M
Is liable to Ignite, the heating time were $71OOOOOO short of being 1), BALDWIN. CHARLES UHIFFKN.ConrKLLUi WILLIAM A, NAHII. DAVID 8. TABER
... take In enough to purchase this output. HENRY O. BERLIN H HACKET'WILLI.' ." H PAHSOSH, CHARLES H, TENNEY.
4' place an airtight case CH4RIIU E 1I1O>::1.OW. CHARLES R HENDERSON. C. LAWRENCE PERKINS. FRANCIS T \*HIT&. 't
s When
little y
we and
',# t, means of hot gases. L I go a deeper meas- WILLIAM V. BHOKAW OIl<'ROII E. HICKS ISAAC 8, PLATT \\A8HINOTOI'I' WIL80JJ I?
: / '"' ure the value of the coal, petroleum JOHN W. COCHRANU. JOHN' I>. HICKS UFOROK H. ROBINSON. WILLIAM H. S, ;,,. ,
Artificial Verau Natural CHARLES T, COOK. RICHARD M Hoe HENRY A. RCX.EHS ROBERT B WOOD o .;..:,. ;?; 4'( t The following figures show In and natural gas that we purloined from JAMBS W. <:ROMWELL.H. GEOKCJE JEREMIAH. CHARLES BCRIBNEII, EUOKNK UBDKRHjh*'
./ beneath the fruitful breast of Mother BLANCHARD DOMINICK. THOMAS B KENT.Comptroller. .
: ing the
heavy Inroads
::t+,)>t:: 'b"" r German way factories for the Earth, we Mud it four times that of all HENRY A.8CHENCK, WALTER COGOESHAIL, Secreta.".. '
y the gold and silver taken from the
.r "
of artificial indigo are making '
tame treasure house In the same time. i
r ,
J"i. .. English-Indian: trade. In the '
f.ic" .,. 1607-98 there were 1,330.00: rUAME LOWERED Gold In Meteorite. -__-- ___ __ _-_- _un_ ____ __- .- ,,,,..- .-
.RBA0V FOB USB At a meeting of the Royal Society; of
land devoted to the cultivation New South Wales, Mr. Liverst exhibit. YELLOW JACKThe 4 :
,20 "r digo In India and there was TUB QUERN CAR FENDER. ed and as they became louder In their lid
a,. .e 1G0.812 hundredweight. In the microscopic particles of a yellow vance I felt the stretcher lifted r-
off the ground at up, the
up they are malleable metal Insoluble In nitric acid
a conversation turned
A year 1001-02 the amount of on yellow OMilllutlnK motion as they bore LOO ,
1 The fender is kept from drop presenting all the of gold
p used bad decreased to appearance fever and I gate experience: 1
803.G97 by means of a hook attached to taken from Australian and European my along when, like a flribh of lightning: I II I
( and the output of indigo to dashboard. When the emergency nlderltos. This suggests an Inferenceof "I brought up lu the hnl' ol' of Havana puma the conviction that I was nut

6 P t dredweight. the motol'man. either with hia great Interest that the great quantity one fine day In June, first mate dead. I could not move. I tried In vain

stir 'u. or with his band, presses a lever of meteoric dust Is depositing! goldon of n tilru little bark. In those days to open my eyes. I prayed that they 4 I'I '

HARNESSING THE his side of the dashboard which land and sea, the dust probably there was a 'yellow fever boiipltal' r-ould.cnst their eyes upon' me, but 1 1 r

A off the hook, and the fender amounting each year to many thousand there, and In the season merchant ves felt they would uot. 1 could not see, Y'IrHE
Inventor Claim He Can Get but I knew they were not looking at
by the tension of the powerful tOilS sels' crews Mere taken by M. Jacques i
Power From Breaker. me. I have heard the word agony
I I springs, drops quickly to the at much head
Dr. D. I{. Bryson of nttsburg The roller at the end of the so a by contract. If used, gentlcuaeu, but I never appreciated c
., Bays the Philadelphia North the wayfarer out of dan I SMOKELESS STACKS. taken nick, they were cured or killed, It until that moment. I never felt

to have invented a mechanism ', nnd edt springs, which are then Fi .barar Man Get Patent For generally latter, without further the meaning of It until then. Was I to GOODHe
designed to utilize the force of react and resist the force VnluHble Invention. charge, plhld no contract was made, bo burled nllve? How long befoio Itttoulil IE

wares Ills[ invention Is the sub V'.i the impact between the fender and I Latest In the field of smokeless stacks '\\liy 3011 by the day, but If 111 gu be 0"1'1'1 Would they walk ovtruiy

the recent incorporation In man on the track. Is u rittsburg Inventor, L. E Tucker, to the hospital you must by a Spanish head, and could I then hear them? Is -

1' of the American Wave Motor I In cases when the motorman has not who has taken out a patent Any stack ordinance. Did tile earth transmit sound vertically Easel 1 now ono +O-I-C

". with an authorized capital of $ to press the lever which is so con- of uny size nix feet or more In height "Well, you see, our hops, commencedto us well as horizontally. ? And how r store. It cc.

000.) () A demonstrating plant x near, the fender section, can he says, be made smokeless andsparkproof. go under, fret oue and then another long" before It would be all 0\1'1'1 line of beautiful r*
erected at Atlantic City this when not released Is within a The stuck is equipped! I \t last one currier made a misstep,
until I had left and to
hardly any one tailoring
may light a pier or Its power Indies of the ground strikes the with collars und drip plates running oil the stretcher canted to one side, and "
adapted in other eau tb'5';: :f"'t I was lugged l off m.'sl'ltto my head dropped! down. They noticed
I II way. |I on the leg and throws him from the edges/ at varying intervals STRAUSS BROS.
In the demonstrating plant ten the net. Fatal accidents such as are for about half the height of the stack. the 'Begins. They broke the feveron that then my fuce. They dropped the

. l :will be located out from the by the car passing over the Water is forced half way up tile stack me, when I began to get Bo'liurtt"! :' stretcher and went away. Soon the Good Tutors for. 21 ..

first as near as a depth of about are thereby avoided although by inspirators on small boilers and by I could have eaten a donkey, I think, Hu i >"pji cauie. The Oak-Ease'' '

feet of water can be secured, person run down may suffer con!lId. donkey pumps on l large boilers, the but It was no use. Soup, gentlemen avery Take l lilm" C-rtV" snld'. 'be., 1'11 try link be i
rest at regular Intervals. These than he would have done what I can do.' connecting': ;
more pipes In size being regulated by the little broad!, and thiit was all. I
as they are thrown about and the feuder been unlocked in time. size of the stuck. complained to the house mngeon. lie "I had no pulse. :My heart did not tailor and I he faul s
by the waves, will send along 130 The drip plates and collars start from beat. They poured something down my ished garments w
from mere breakers of I I spoke of relapse fatal results etc., but throat. It cut Its down /Ike ...
power iii.", DreMnlnif For 'Wound. the bottom. Water flows on the drip way a you so mi- "' .
three feet. With a six foot I was not satisfied with that HO I thread of Hit. It Increased In illuieiislons '
Attention Is culled to a new film plates, running over the edges of the
t ,twice this power will be obtained.T'1 for wounds which it Is pre I collars, which drop about half an Inch watched my chance nnd gut n {piece. of -that warm feeling-and soon lii wear !lt'de.

\ mechanism!: will be n Is to supersede the oilskin thin toward the center then passes through caKe one nlubt at 1-1 o'fluck. Fever did a pleasant swoon 1 lost all sense ofeverything. in good cl

t'J..- -\"s siiuo up anu (ciown gum elastic and IutlseptlcIt a smoke box Into the funnel at the bottom anything taste so good. Then I went to I awoke toward evening see this id 1'

}. Bbl tens tt8. pushed up / now so generally employed In with a screen to prevent the I' sleep and could open uiy eyes. I could wove of tailoring1Price
Vhflfth .. "UI rate he
surgeon spoke, merely
the wave
ib"atta ito dressings. The film is a cellu- sparks from going into the pipes. The
called him, used! to round l low art
(the llS81lJ cume e\ suld
erymuinlng :
/ dro got : ; In. derivative Its chief merit lies in water !is to be curried: off Into barrelsor
We have ut ID o'clock and when be entered '"You tlonntoed.ab.olu
dl'at'lIche.r were saved by fifteen feet,
of the totrSlrg that it can be applied to make tanks and can be used again and lilY .'
r.1 ward I was the first he C'LE
my oue bi.y. r
readers cllf leg ot tL1s6q P L.I E tly hermetical dressing and one again. The continual water flow on the ,-
\Islted. I
"In two weeks I RS I
j wus aboard the ship
drip plate
rat rAnsmluoy' "" .Jolt the same time transparent, prevents rust was I
4' An 6 l eta. i Tau have been eating! ,' vtild be. 1 again and I was the only one left of
tile 1'h !(] Condition of the wound can tint.thought to !be ai> obstacle to the F. W. K ;;
D.utchlO" OtbOthel'ot : OI't'llJE's Gee U dented, Out he didn't.Jlc'e me and! nfteen. +0
>0 /,without disturbing the usefulness of the intention. I
gave hf. cQb/u tWhle /c' /I Smoke lu attempting to through piiHsud! Oil, with the cheeilng remaik I "1 did not feel It jet, the horrible -
pass ;
\ h' ? S je oh Crferltnw.: I that 'I dead 1 muii. 1 laughed patent for n sewtu; ,
rJlhat ; thIs a' ; B"'Jlelt tIle lowing! water sheets Is turned Into was a (I thing I bad gone through until theyreported I q.
, I I the I'nlted States .
qUN'I -4
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but feel
chain'. Pa' tillS to ... soot, wWc'Il A!ltlip I to the bottom of the soon after I began to the death of the captain,
: : _
the va t the Ao : ot It the :. toGt th.. smoke box and lii carried off by the I The ftvr\ant looked very 'Died In the deadhouse,' they snlil tended to Hew leut1 SJf. ti it1..
tovel'rlor; : dpeslia.. and I became oblivious to hnl"'I'lIl1E'nt'l 'Burled this morning' Then I 1'1'1\1'11"111> ii'ie.Viilter V t"' *!:
.pay fo roaveterr of water to the barrels, where It rf& 9 to got: out of'Ne'eYor
''huratlout Is fgre1p dlr '(] to a 8t / 00D ,AZVD ,-. the top of the water. The wuter of'L \\i\X-t-) Iii my attempt to of my berth, gentlemen, and I believeIf Hunt !' ,: 1

pa titrlefllfgcG e / a e :: : I course prevents the escape) of any 1't 1 tx'cnme loiiHciouv that evening/ I ever n sincere prayer was offered to sewliiR mnchlneprotect 1tLtj3'f I } yGt
about'61 .. ''lcaJ/ llJllchllJellJOtors t tll JlO E- sparks.It when some oft' iifrP.up\. my eyelid and I''' the 'throne of heavenly grace' It was It l by a patent: IIuAt L:IA2re)
Machine appeared fr
towar"' 41 dept Ices :J. I t I is thought, says the Erooklyn Eagle then said: 'Take him olttxjfs no nsf. made that night on boar that vessel lathe ombodlcil! the f1ls'n'

Mr.'T e' b90I; used r tlJe IJot.. It has been discovered according to ; that this device will permit the use It flashed on me In a socond that Jhoy harbor of l1a vanl1." wasunablehis Idl'nst
.. 1834. Imt he
4'9 t. ('. to take out to die. When TOO i
with an d :aNn.aZl bpepse writer lu the Chicago Tribune that I of bituminous coal In establishmentswhere were me
,06. 4t. of will or 800 are dying daily, they en't waste claim. -.
"9 a8 ... 115 i rose cure a headache. Its anthracite has been exclusively TFILT.SEWING MACHINE.
? Uriiverslty'tML.L'- ; :.:? -Derr' Regularity acts as a medicine upon the I used. Sawdust or other waste material their time with tlH'll1-ut least they '. .. A small! army of Inverafter

I -don. lkt1 to\re/flcal Its color, particularly if deep might be used and this would result in I think they can't. I und seen ninny go t'n.aprr...ful Invention! That Pre. Howe's paton\ i ictwsfd

I j soothes the senses through the a saving of millions of dollars in and the same road, and they never cauieI veiled llt we'. nleJlt; Iu 1S4O. maul their Re 'I..

s.d: 1 Ol.. Fob" mid its cleanliness and medicinal near cities where smoke is a prohibited I buck. So I felt the cool night breeze The technical beginning; WLthe sew to perfecting everychine

I An experiment was shown at generally act upon the sys nuisance. flint and then that sensation that Is Indescribable ing machine industry in this ctiaCtirf;; .- How well tl

.,,- c cent meeting of the Sanitary not only as a curative, but as a ... but Inseparable from a was Sept. 10, 184 t, ors' association of London by I The V".e. of Crude Oil duiiclhouse, I was put clown on my Jr., obtained! u patent for what grew In/l/ nmclilnes and b. 9 r

Darling demonstrating the I The sweeter the rose to the better, While much has been said and writ stJ'etcht'and left there to die, and I Into the first really practical sewing by the United Sinter sfnce"'*. .9 ,1 t

of fogs; by electricity. A heavy the sweetness of this flower is of ten about tbe sprinkling of oil on roads knew It. Pretty soon they brought in machine. Only three of the first Howe the tAct that the American'sews..,

caused by burning magnesia peculiar delicacy that it neither principally as a means of preventing another one-he was l'l\vlng-l\utl then machines were made however, and Chine lends all others In every countr""",, +

r !der a glass bell in which was ). upon tbe nostrils nor palls upon dust, the use of the oil In the same way another one la the same condition.(> one of these was deposited In the pat- In the world.-New.York ITernld. .

a brass rod connected with an senses. Other flowers with heavy on river levees In some parts of the were given up and there was no timeto cut olTlce Washington an a model. WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES; J? .

tion coll. Upon Charging this the make one languid, but the rose United States is said to have been waste", ou us. The first one in his It was not until after 18.10 that a factory ._
dust particles cohered and fell Invigorating and It is known now, |j found to be an excellent protection delhluii uianagcU to get across my for the making of sewing mar I was much afflicted ,with. sciatica &""
writes Ed. C. Nud ,lowaville Sedgwick*
K s fog was dispersed. The particles the concentrated rose-that is, the) ,, against the borrowings of gophers and body and there died. :My bruin never chlncx was built, so the enormous business *
l' together to form flakes smell as obtained from roses ground squirrels, wblcb threaten, the was "so' clear as It was that night and of today bus grown up in a short Co, Kan, "going about, on crutchesf 0'- ?
and 'deal, of I in- : .
suffering a ,
snow and fell to the bottom of the great quantities-will certainly act security of tbe barrier raised against after the other<< one was dead which half century. pain. _was : \''
; 11 : .
deiced! to try Ba'iUrd's Snow Liniment, '
R I the person as though be or she the encroachment of the flood waters. soon happened, I lived my life over While Howe's Invention marked the a
relieved I
which used three
; ,
'. '; A A a.a.. Eatlnsf fuagam. been fanned by a breeze. Crude oil, says .a writer In Cassler'slIagazlne again. beginning of successful Industry, he bottles. It is the greatesb linimer' ,,
1 According to the Lancet a The rose purist asserts that If the Is so distasteful to these "The old songs I used to slug came was by no means the pioneer In efforts ever used have Recommended ir* l', '
; '
."glass disease" is said to have Is Inhaled directly from the heart pests that they shun the ground covered back to me and I could sing them so to substitute mechanical for hand number of 'dll *
persons; express
out among the windows of York the flower !It Is more beneficial to the with It. to speak Internally. Scenes long forgotten sewln[:. As far buck as 1770 Thomas selves! no being ben' fitted by **. : "

{,. dral. Some of the thirteenth and than though It we're Inhaled at ptiiised in review, and after 1 Alsop patented) In Knitliind a machine walk without crutches, !!obI /
I f ,, .teenth century windows have distance through nn essence or an A Consumption Antidote. had gone through it all I thought that for E'llIhrold.'rlllg.uother machine deal of light
.... ,,, I( form a great 1'r Y
.' ..r-=, been removed with tbe hope I, There are different ways of The medical faculty of Berlin Is probing It wtis years that I bad lain there it tor embroidering; In a loom was lu>'ent- farm" 2SC soc *!'i-$l,oofto i'
,spread of the epjdemlc, which the rose medicine. The a peculiar observation to the effect seemed so long since I had left the ed by John Duncan In 1804, and twcii- ... or" 1.
.. ,to be due to a fungus, will be J' can make a pillow of roses. that there U not a single consumptive burk-mi lung since I had heard anyone ty-rUe! years later another Englishman giSts ; ..:r..,..}.am and "

Some of the panes are perforated this she should lay her bead, tak- among the Berlin Plaster of Paris speak. Ueutlenifii. I lived ID.OoO named Hellman patented Htlll another Alpine PlA.n.*..'J" talll for '
eaten away to such an extent care that half a dozen of the blooms I Workers' union, many members of years that night. I could feel my hand embroidering ma chine. The recent evpeflind CUaI'&D"

} ,glass crumbles at the slightest j so arranged that they point to- which were consumptive when they against uiy side an you feel with your The Unit recorded attempt fit mechanical Montana by the!f,;N r 4
I I the face In this attitude her entered the trade but recovered with- hand asleep as you term it. I could sewing was the Invention of garden bas done.macp i
I Chem.try'Lat..t | and mouth are burled In their out any specific cure. Similar observa- feel the dead man across me as thoughhe Thomas Saint, who took out a patent of scientific fcof ,
t lOne of the latest The idea is to go to sleep tions have been made In other cities were pressing some one else, and In England In 1700 for 11 machine which of plants' un1'NY'torms '

chemistry Is the discovery of a a bed of roses. When you wake up, among this kind of workers which lead then by and by n slight roseate hue executed the old crochet stitch. It pie tatitlesxwers ,

process of making a certain headache will be cured. The best physicians to think that the gypsum took my eyellda. What was It? I could was not a success but some of the the vail o'. H r'temoerijiy ', r
that exists in tea and which Is the garden rose as it retains Its dust kills the germs or prevents such not open them Was It the translation features of the Saint machine appearIn ::-' ;

medicInal value. The substance rose scent without having lost any- from taking root. of the soul to the_ other the great un- the perfected machine of toJa'y.Bartholemy geaeraK D.LADd, r

.formerly known as theophylline, by being cultivated., known world beyond the dark river Tblmonnler patented In Depot. .

Is now called tbeoclne. When It An Antlma.qal a P..at. An Antomatla NnraeBlrl.A I thought so. I wan not afraid. I France In 1830 the first sewing machine .
rived from the tea plant, the of a' plant alleged to drive Swiss mechanic claims. to have invented thought, 'I am dead.' put to practical use. Eighty of

493 an ounce. Produced by mosquitoes have reached English an automatic baby's nurse. The "Tbe hue became more Intense-it his machines were In use for sewing Fever ce lin

chemistry. It Is said to cost only $ from Africa. Tbe presence apparatus Is attached to a cradle. It was the sun-and with it cume the carriers army clothing In 1841, when a mob di>.- ly 'o Dg,

J a single; plant Is stated to clear a the baby cries air wares cause specially of the dead. Men dy Dir with yellow stroyed them because convinced they care, _

Birthplace or Type For of the pest, and an Infusion of arranged wires to operate a phonograph jack must be burled,(soon and so would drive scauintresses. out of employment
Raised for the blind Is leaves has been found which rings a lullaby, while *
tyke an effective they bury early those w*0 die during Tblmouuler built new .,,' "
'looked upon as a comparatively for quinine In the treatment simultaneously clockwork la released the night. I was the first\10. I wouldbe better machines, but all his work wiT
ry.; .V country. mosquito conveyed malarial fever. crying the last out again destroyed by angry artlsan 'iJII:
F ':?ersla. bowtever. such type has plant proves to he a kind of basil, .tops, the wires cease' to 'vibrate, and "I heard tbe-gteprTjMlTi tiN 4M$. ,
-.ttae. trow- .. tun.lmmemorlaJ. 1mum Yiride,Willd. ". '.the cradle stops! rocking.; they became) fainter 'In then! :' retreat. ;John J. (Jreeuou btook, out the '
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41 H.r< art a few of the featiirc now running or loon to appear. Thalr titles and
author speak for th.m.elv und Insure Interesting reaillngi
\ -OF DE L41ID.-
The IOfroonk Romance of RoBucrjby GELBTT HUBOBBJ and WILL I wu .

: MU.VIDAZ.BAERECKE.N.D., Strain Af"1"ected'General air Henry Morgan-Bucoanoor, by CIM.I TOWNSEND BRADY.

{, Health.Doctor's m rum folltloal atorluaImliiue 'I I he Plot to Kidnnp Lincoln and Jactson'a Quarrel. with
HllllOIIIJ,, by EuW;1 ,KU VALLANUICjHAMfmool .

..... .1P Physician and Surgeon. You Know-Row"-1'' in Colic!*e, by LBHT JAMHN' \VBNDKLL; My First Graduate-
ARTHIK lI. ion Naitt CartooniU.',
hlodrc KoinicM.lt." by : CuiLUFi; '
4"j t" Mew! York Avu.. DeLund, FI... Office Hour Doses Weakened by jU.imni LIULI: ,ow I'AINB
; .$ .- 10... M to U M.1 lo 4 11LM17 to ?\tt F. at. European CourtS- ..
"' Stomach.Dr. .t.rtlln6.OO.U'Te.: .: inuuutuoisul rrvclutuouui u4 ala International spy throw light on he
1 ( ft EO. A. DAVIS M. D.,. Urcyfun Mjnury, 1 ho I'taca Ktwripr ol the C.aq; \\ ho Really killed
..vf w Km.,* Humbert; I he Ijite Oreck-1 urlunb War.

Physician and Surgeon Our money winning books, Miles Nervine Cured Mainly About Wom -Reviewing ench month a hat woman hui accomplished individually
) written by men who know tell unil by organized cflort.
4. Offloolloun: S.A. II.to 1:111,1: 1 to 6 anil 7 toBneoiai Me.Dr. .
L ; all about Jerome n. Orlmo-'flis thrilling story or how DUtrict Attorney W Illinm Travert Jerome lIB, a
/I P. II. you unikrmkon. ain.l( bonded, the desperate tusk of ridding! New York City
e. & attention to mldwlfey and surifory. Miles' Restorative Nervine brines:: rest of Its vice unit er"nol will rreato u reatbing aenautton. It ia not po.aible ,. L-
Culls Knawered at any hour. Office r"niduucu and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out for this.. iitory to be told in ltd entirety at .once '1". iirac portion will
Indiana Avcuuv, wM ol Court Potash with the cares and anxieties of the sick room. Miss Ida. M. Snyder. appear In April I'BARHON' out March ijth, while the two remaining
Houve. Read the following: Treasurer of I lieIlroohlyn liidtullmcmi, will appear In the Uauce of, May and! June.BOOI" .

"I have always bcen healthy with the exception t.iwt l.nU Art (.h.... Every: PEARSON subscriber enjoys a special
MACDIAKMID, M. I) They are needed by man sA RCA WNS, i
: 1k p..i.4-jOtIN every of a touch of rheiimatibin since my If" would : / privilege ol buying standard book.at exctptionHlly
women more attention to '
who owns a field and a plow and pay low price. 11". plan lncludt.il
--... .- physician and Surgeon. who desires to get the most out ae cnme illness on some, up to the time aio.of my I assisted husballd'sla"t in their health we would have more happy Practically the entire fiction product of every American book publisher Special I bargains, the.. following .
'I of them. years wives, mother and daughters, and If they being ..peeill..noIll be otiered each im nth.
; ,4 A Qunural Practitioner, not u Specialist. nursing my husband for nearly three months
I Cart niHoe over KI hc-r'H Drug Store.J lour: U to They art/V/f. Send postal c.rd.GF.R'IUN when he departed this life and the mental would observe results they would find!

i to 4 auu 7 to a. KALI WORK stiain 1 think caused my trouble. Aside that the doctors' prescriptions do not Subscribe nnd volume of ih
: .i time ) ; 96 >' .....!. Hlrvet, >c>w ,.... from extreme nervniisiiebs my trouble com- perform' the many cures they are given Special OiTsr foiIuwIII( now hISTORICAL get any, .ELEBKints FREE j.

: His p"l A. ,8. MUNSON, M. I enred: with sore thioat and leurnl 'a. My credit for. Alfred the Grout q, (icnphU Ktmil '7. Charles: I Iig I. aj, Mudyme Rolund j
physician !gave me purgative doses which 'In consulting with my druggist he ad. j M"irffurct of Anjuu 10. Peter the Crc4tS3 18. :1".le.: II. a6. Mane Antoinette -
even j:. weakened me very much and my stomach vised McElree' Wine of 3, kichurd. 11. Xuuxaut Mary Oaten) of Seats: a7. Henry IV.Hcrmindo.
and Thed.
: Homeopathic Physician. MI11CU OF API'I.ICAIKIN 1'OH LEtTERS for a tune seemed inactive. Mental strain : 4. Richard II. innibil jo (Juei.il- >),lizubethji a8. Cortes
f I'A T.:1II'r. and the dormant condition of my stomach ford's Black-Draught and so I took it and 5. %itimm the Conqueror IJ, IllllUft'" IdLH. Kirlmrdlll. a. /Jawph Itonaparto

. ''e r .11.' Office om"BoooiiJ. Hour door lotou outh ol A.FtBIIer'idrug.tort 11'1{ a to5micito> NOTICE I. hervb. ). iflM-n thiit thc undtr- soon told upon my general health. 1 had I have every reason to thank him for a new 0: Cyru Alexander; the: Great the Great 14 Noun I Pyirhus: :;: CteopairallurtniBo;I 30. Loui king Philip XIVinulim : ,
life 7. 13 u. "
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I fnti ud tu little I opened to with restored
*. 8P.M.l'r' of llu-Stilty( of uppl ti> lie Uottiimr' appetite and was soon forced to stay in up me health B. l>arni'lh. UrcatOrder 16 ,I.. J.uneiaiatie' )) ;2. 1.oun Philippe
Hoiklu lur iMailiiilii-ol Lettvrtt bed a of the time.Vithin and It only took three months to "
ob" greater part a cure me. by number. Sell' are baktn only for PEARSON'S iiibgcrlbera.
Pun-tit vtlic'iii und, tlitlr IIKHIH lutc-M ajid8ICCClIt week after the I Thane,"I.torlo.h. ) I.. ...1.1010'1 ,' .lets.. '_
v-s TATI-OK' tune began taking Dr. iicrctooo I.r.S In ""'i.i rt -r..o''Irler.' | 1$.OOO. i ARtONBllilirrlbrtf
f'N"DB.! "S a budf' coipciiatc iincli-r the luw, Miles' Restorative Nervine and Tonic I Wnio of Cardui is a regulator the moo e'-urw, ..hiKluulumci ot 35 ceLl' ,pustule !lre""Iby]' ( > U", on", L 1) t-rJtring in this vrompleto may very cunvinicmlyAbraham '
,., of Hiild "s>tate. to liu known... 'I'Hfe /Nkwfi Pi was i ii li,.
4L $ "i,'' CilMl'ANl. U CO|>>' Cll till proIHJgcdctmrter u1.1H111NO up about the house. I continued their use I menstrual functions anti 1 u a most astonishing i tt. ._. ._ _____

.: : V- ,i ._ __ Surgeon-Dentist. of wild vonipnn\ buiiiMpubllHlied", luiniudlately until completely cured. My faith in Dr. tonic for women. It cures Lincoln's opinion of Iheao Nlatorlcut Ctlcbrltleli "I want to thank you ...' '
-- lollowlnif Ibis notlco."M Mile Remedies, has been strengthened by scanty mirijresHeJ' toofieqnunt irreg. and your bruihcr lor Abbott H :belie, of !-ill.n,e.. I ln\e, not education enough, to appreciate
. 4 'v..r "'I.bur'a Drug Store DoLaud Fla C. 0 Co1IllNijvorq experience of other people ourdnughter hav ular and the profound works of voluminous hivtniiun, und if I luul I hn\e no tituS, to read them ilutpiins
1 It looks D \\ H. "MfcWAHi: ', ing ubed Restorative I painful' menstruation, falling your S.oIe..f llmtorieft, gives "me' in brief c< "' jiirt that knowledge of past men and events
I :!
A. II. Kti.tNi, Nervine' with splendid of the womb bites and Hooding., It which I need I have read them with. the y 'utem' muncnt 'lu them I am indebted for about
: succeed biaS: B ALEXANDER J. ",. II U"LW. results in a case of para ysis and. a friend to. is lulutillvhcMi' approaching woman all the lustorical knowledge; I II.,"..' aI aIThsMiaiofMaiaIenLine
whom I
sent a box of the Anti Pain Pills reports
r hair" So Attorney-at-Law. CHARTER OF THE M\VS: l"ilILIHI: that she has been completely cured of hood during pri'Knaiicy, after childbirth }-

(,'O\ll'A-I\: '. neuralgia. !hv their use. I know of a numbi and in change uf life. It frequently A.E Barr These WorJ: Famous Novels For the Freedom of tht 6 have ..cas..ctlee In State and Fidc-ral. COUI'U.t Know nil int-ii by them 1'"cnt.-1'lIlIt, tin of others whom your medicine has helped in a brings u uVar baby to homes Taa Miking of a Marohione,"; originally I issued at A Man's,Woman, Frank Norris
r **"- _. and 2, BruHb Hlmkt !>. u ndcraifrned du b 1Jl'.b..01'111.. ." t he'liiifltitlull large deciee. I wish ton continued success" tli.it\ have been barren for All Fran. Hudgaon Bnrnetb The Lion a Brood, Outfall1 Oiborna
wa e (,....D.... body 101'pciratu luidti and iiutlmift ol 'ear* Tbe Method of Lady Waldcrliurat the Forest, Manmlbaa Foitar'
.,,:: ) -MRS. FRANCES
the laws COIPMAN Dayton Va. druegist* h \'e $1.00 Lottlt ofVine Frtnoil llod Burnett ,
of ihe Suite ot rliililn I h v' tliu name <8on $ 5 OlD Castle, Hail Mont
D"-t'l' p/S/I.. end tor the purpoRt in the ioili>MJnn: aitlcleHstt All:! druggists sell and guarantee! first bot. of Can hi i. Trljtrim of Bltnt Anthony Hope Worldhngn, Lionard Herrlek
HO' forth and slum n. tIe Dr. MiliV, Remedies. Send for free book Wolf VIII.} Dayi. Alfred Henry Lewis Hoitilo. flea, J A Altahelir
ARTICLE on, Nervous and /Heart Diseases. Address InthoMidHtof Alarm. Robert Barr delivered/ carriage 'free to McToigut, Frank Horns

;; : an."..... .i .-Attorneyat.Law. The mime of said torpuiiitkm ahull bo Tn h 1).. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind. I WINEoFCARDUI Jaiioi M roJith.. Chw P.nlt. htitonPidZio'ioeBtfrFordBlaoQuhaiMtt PEARSON S Subscribers atCENTS A Lld: King'r Bolge.Fawn Evsrett, Tomllnaon
< ... NEWS PUBI.IKHI.NO C'dMPANV, and the' principal "
; ; n : : Qnincy Adorns Sawyer, Hamilton. Drammond
I gr'I: In all State and Federal Courts plitie of litisliiesn' Bhnll lie nt: lcl.inl.: : -c -- I Vm Cracii, f. Marion Crawford.. 49 Maetari of MOD., Morgan Bobartsoa
VulUHlu ( "
louno. Muililii but It V8tiibli 00..1. "
.. Colon"Nu\ W' Criminal bUHlnmw. iflvuu curufulttentJciQ. ; may Qaruilao-ra. EACH Th.Autocrats, Chia K. lush
. ...I' 4 -. "". nluct olllcps a within nnd uirencivH or without In thu tiny State other of Vi"i-liirlihi.,', or Phylllej-Ilnrry Is the mi. t conceitedman -- -. -- ZioondThoiigiitiofanlultFtlloir I..the Palace of the KIng Captain Dieppe, Anthony. Boos
f I mpt.Iuuct'hnt ALL CLOTH flesrtsflighwavMoryMWi3ins: wcsj
ever BOUND
ARTICLE II. 3. K. Jerome On the Wing of Occasions.
'aerl f-AXBIiW. PERKINS. The irvnural' niituru of the biialnvgs, to bv :\ mattes you think so? I King, Noanctt F. J Btimson, A War Time Woolnj, Joel Chandler Harrlauraoula tahe t- -
tl'a..s""l'd Mutd shill 'Ills PARKER'S !4erve of Foley F H Speirman Capt Cial. King Dram Stokar
corporation vinbuiLo Fhj -Why, he first assorts thnt I
; the editing, puliliHliinir iiml print I Inifof nevaimpurs HAIR BALSAM The Fowler Beatrice EtrradtD. Tot Soul of Lllitb Marie Crrtlll Arms and the Woman.. H HaeOrath
1 Attorni-y-at Law. bookH, piilmllcula, niiiifii.lnianil to nra thj most ntlnrnblu woman In the and_ t*iiiitllie. the bite MaDden, Elwyn Barron Th borrows of Satan, TbtlslsofthWinds.8.R Oroekett
do: uvl h things aol ttiwiKe, In audi 1 buslii: ,, n-oiM 1, the most beautiful Intellectual ;w. a Fall laurlniit to )Ilestoia growth Gray Tin Both Comedy A. and E Cattle Zuka: The Lady; of Castell Maroh
'SollcltorCrlininalCourtof $..oord. "Wlilmao. or biisluetwt bo = rssao." Oruitark 0 B. McCutoheoa. The Frlaoner of lends Owen Hhosoomyl
IIH may iiLH'i'twnr to seli n. Youthful Color
,:i dell_i tlce In all uourta wnjilu Uiu tfiatu ot j'lor.at UlHpoiw of suet tapers, printed >matter, etc. and In eveiy respect n )paragon, nnOn -. '.. : :?piJ:.,.,.,,,a, iaOr IaUuag.._ : Col Carter of CartertuilleF Anthony; Hop The Pnfeiior'a Daughter, a
: lluuk. 'r bu ', alit IJA ho 'n:1.(/ B. Smith A Lady of Quality Anna
Office over Vuluo l"t..u.'Y \ own "ll..uch real und wants to Fargnhar
personal me : him I
wh.-torn. _____ propel us tally bo dl.l.II..I''c'>MMir lor thuHuccetwtnl i .. _ninny WnlfolllA. A 1L..I.U Frances hodeon. B.rll'U A _Moiww_ _. V..n.._
> nn
I Knitlnit ol .uch liiiHliiiHs or btisUiietuics --------- ------- ----,.. ----- -----. i'orty Modern. rablt/i./ Ooorga Ad* In(Conntotion with thebeW1h, K diii.u: Pritohart -
'Yersity PLU8L COUNTY 1TUACT COMpANy und other\vIsu do 1111I11"1<" 'in nil Kuih Jtlr Dooley Philosophy lIyCI.lm.Uodll.o'Bo..lt. The Black Douglas, B R. Crookttt ,
: ,. DR. M F P. Dunn Dross .
other ate and tliliitfHiuid excicisu Much powt OFFETT'S floury Beton Morrlmaa Th.Ooodll.dE.rlbEd..PhJllpott.
on him, MANAGER. nml: autlioiilv uslt lint uIIy may In Dm purf The Wages of Sin, Loon Malet With Edged'Tools. The Backwoodaman B. A. Sta'nlsy
n- Doe ,\l inuiKe: of its wild 1 buHliiess; or bualnvsucs.: Marealla,:'rt: Humphry' War The Sowers. Bold to frontenao, Samuel.. *
I"- degree 0 LL. D. I tItIui. pi.rreole(1. ARTICIE HI. In the a Woman The Damnation, of Thoroa Ware, Joscilyn Cheshire. C

,i a graduate uy i ,,"k. The eitpi Oil sloik of still nluill The Castle Inn, A. W. Marohmont Harold Froderlt Sarah B. K.ano'p: .
the president coiporatlnn Stanley J Weymao. igithaWetb.Anna Eathtrmt Green The Blank Tortoise, Fndtriek Ville'r
J. which i ir""' Iw two I inniiHiinti ii vu hiiinlri'il' tiollum (ig.'frMi). A Tho New Rotor Joeiamy Bride F Frankfort Moore Th .. inrtaableJ.m.. L. .--I.a
University, too, Ilh'hll'o.Ilnto :J.iiiHliiiifaol, thu, par \nliiuut l I enitiliurs B.ollm.at.1 Tommy, J M. Parole Vhs Onatett Oif, A.W.Karohmont Tha Landlord at Lion. Bead
; ("*, lil).u//) CuLl,. Nild dipltiil stock shull3u The Adventures of Sh.rlook Holmes, A Dish for a Throne, W. D. Howellt.
with. Chicago .paid: :;: iiiion talld: l inaiji': : :* b\ the d I lied: ,l'Is, InHIM ( TEETHING POWDERS) I Doyle ByOigbtorSword .. The Road to Paris, B. N. Btehsiia e
I1o. h iiisttillnientii us Maid dlicLtur lull, > UCLUI A Qtntltmu of Francs, Soldier. Stone, Rod yard Kipling: An Enemy the_ii(, '.
best. Cur.. Gholara-lnfantum Diarrhea Dysentery and the Bowel Trouble.T* OhTidrVn'.f50u' Stanley J. WoymaaPSARION'S The Gadfly, E L. Toynuh A Osntlimaa Player "

It is! stated on good.a" Estate..aiessinents ARTICLE 1\', TEETHING A'ii! Sirs.. Ald. Digestion '? the Bowels. Strengthens the Child and MAKES I coatu 10 cent a copy or f i oo a year The price la never cut with our perml .ion. W.
.... ..eal The Ion shill UAlut EASY. Cures Eroptlon. and 8ores. Colic, Haves. and Thru.h. Remove_ will mail you a prospectus free upon application! Subtcribo now and enjoy all thcie good thing.
of the voi point perpetually as and pr.v.nt. Worm. TEETHINA Count.reota and Overcomes
thousands attudUd to fol 1>roilded 1 b>' III w. Sumner's heat upon Teething Children. and costs only 25 cents the at Effects Dru.alat..op1 of the PEARSON PUBLISHING. COMPANY. 30 Astor Place New York City
being used tms,,. r Laud, Fli. ARTICLE V. mall as Cent. to C. .I. MOFFFTT. M. 0., St. Louis. Mo. ,- .
._ ,___ _u_ .
; rOBin on the tur !SPITION( I I. The olllifi-s b>' whom the InislneHtf -

of said Lorp rntlon l is to Im conduitedsliiill Tito clinttitu ok -,' '. ,..,t ci 1 i: j.U'it1atJ LOUTSVTLLE
use of these cUR, M. D., PH.D. be..a piesldeiit. u lLO-pie ldint. .n scuein & NASHVfLLE R.RFirst
deer '), u ifi'neral nmiiiiirur' aol, t treiiMiiiir. and.n Is nearer ppi-f( & : :':.::1 hat of nay'VA.
of the tree board ol'Ulrei"ion) coiiHlHtliiK' uf the tour ollllera -
cleav.lst JIm] Audst. mtineil' ulio\ and three. other stoikholdi'is ctltcr place on irih. Class Service arid Quick Schedules to-
makes Im sluill I .
v Much
He\eialj perfoini duties
which'loud"y..ov..r -A-llen' Drug Stole mil i reu-He thi-ieforaucli. loiiipiiiaatlon:: : mtho Birmingham Nashville, Evansville, Chicago, j
; tine, I b)'-lawn shall pi i-tit rlbe. ?
neiJByi Lurtlgue'it Houi SM..S.: 'llioolliipM!. shall ltO4e'tel! annually Louisville Cincinnati St. Louis
the market. o.ytf; Mont..zuma upi>U.lhu KfWii.l Molxhn'l I in Maixh, ) ot each ,
form-dMys. Brown House year, or at Ia npet'lul rneetliiMT, called for thatpurpoMC -and All Points West and Northwest.-
danger from ,ol whkh 'I) days not Ira writ I tag
: Hlnill 1 I>u gi;'.cii. I\\\\ notice; : of t ull1l meeting Nobile, New Orleans /and All Points Southwest.---
i immeasurably. -- Hhnll be given nc-eordltiK! to law.
$E('. 3. L'ntll the Iliiit annual elui'tlon of olll- t&yThrough tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon ,(
are' iVii Continue Open eels uuI4 pio\ldiMl Sect lou) :M ot AitlileVftbulollDvvlnir Ticket Agents in Florida.
Prospects Hhull constitute the otlli.era of said

.: tg' the Suiiuner coi'point ion.: .. For Schedule', liiites nnd Sli'cpititf Car RcsurMitlons, npply to J. M. FLEMING.I .
summer will witness 1'0..lIt.11.8"1'1.. C. L. STONE O. P. A.. }Florida
JttJlIger Agent,
& -p.\ '" '
Mce-FlxBldent.. KVllnoii.. ) ( Louis\llli, Ky. SUO West
tlbt// Hay St., Jak.oonvUl..lu! .
thousands of strikes,..(".. of the tra,'elllllf Seeretuuu'-J.'. : und '.J'r'.u.u..r.-K. Alldls.Mtinnirci Codilnifton. L -- "" .:' ', : -.:. '";\ .-_ _- _. ___ ______ __ "' 1/1....
desIring board. ; )
manufacturing UOIUo Umird! or Ulrci,tors.-W. H. f ten nit. 8. H. 'ljit ii; : ( I
ceTeS $2.00 PER DAY UilBoii, J. r. Alldlu, I'. II. odilnvtun, ,, (U. _\. ; II I' : '1't'Jriirlll' 1' 1\\: ,

:lience of ten yeaind Good Table.be Dukii bb:1'.4.J. The E.i lilm-luv."that' nnniial, W. 1I.1'1IIM'l'r.ineellnir'" of I luau "w-;- ?: I f ".. .:!I \) .....; }I""tIt:, fr RIDE AGI: i,U6V :.". a a0a1e
COENome J- .
.<. E.
: repeated. Con? ..toekl..ldl...*shad I be lucId on lie oo'coIIIIIun.: .!:. ,,"' J_ ,
action In Del 1.111111. Hoildn. 'I 1 he olliient Hhnll ; ; -" 'ronil -. ;' one In e cd "
-& lookiny hold until theii ..IIC"......,... tart' selected und -r.- ; hfft., \ / -; l! ... ;r.t; :
strl'!' iiiilllled. ,, f \ s.b\b\t"' :
; ment of these | ;0\\1\ ,'If 4 $5I FSft. gasa F', '
B. DKLAND FLA. ARTICLE VI. 4. ; }4 1"-" ll
pernioiousand' *,\ : :i 'S" EE'I 1 \ :'\ :/ : e. ,
The hlirhent. C\.u. \::1eet.Or4t.ft0
amount of IndfbtcMlmpg' to N .

., .thoussnd8ofttbe MOB na.ketaITordB.perone. 1MM Table.up.. nhli.h Itnelf HII ill shall roipiiriition: :not:: execi-d slant I Ib"ut lU"\: \ o ot ouliJeet the I : '!\ ':, ';,1 (fihHlGa; ; c;>: ;; I u. 11l8ore&:180Vng"1: \\\Gt& \ .

(i. ;#ct .J. .WPllble. capital stock. ., ,,,' \\il?Z ( II
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AHTU'LE VII.The ,,; ? -1 I .... .' I : : i ; s
1 r 'I.( .. <,Mt/ t,. DRAKE Proprietress. : ; (* 5 sSSSX
: names and rl'.II<'IIC't's of subscrIbing rtL : :
__ Tbe. .... ., .IacuarluI.u'uu.. tort.. and I the amount ol chuck huld ., ::: : r\\ /, 3rt.l.1 /rUd.i'1--kff.'I// 1 \\8 ,," .a WI1
: f by out .li. l is an f'olIuaa a. ; 'e : all ,
: river ccE1t HOUSE ". .. ., v ... ; ;I .\ 00 nt\u iBid \1&\\& ..**.iaflVA.. .
( ,
O. L'odrlniitoii, of lip i p /
Bhnres.Uni Lullll. Florida, tOO I 1 : ; ; rrJ4MV:< X'' i/, )" ./" '/>/. #" -:';;= \9 *% &*o- ::...'*** Plf ft.f_.& I' -

:Bro0kIrppM' AJ4.THK YEAR- H. Stewart of lloLluul, .Floilda 10BhureH. ,;'i..t;;: "" -... I 'I I/f"i/'I-! ':. .E Q' OO\n lfC: rn
J .. :.. ft.-; 'yu' __lJ \,, .."I1/.-J_ c ct: go\
I < ,... p "=_ "'. ,,\"< PI. ;_>_ '" \" &
toboggan N.-w York and Florida Avenues .Ion deP O I
L "' A. H. Ithindof 1I".ond. FlolMa" Ishuie. ';';[ ;: "' :i j .1C :": J I : "'-. not
: J g -Into ear' Florida. J. E. lilyeluw of |iI.and, Florida 10) shnres.nwncliitud .;r "..... ,.:.-- no r o. tti.t11'0: dOou... J
'fl: & _: easantt iioaltbyand homelike. f'IorA'I'I' cay .",.fJRIUA. I to pay a;tt 'ot.u.\tJtt. J _
_..." ', ,ear", and it ,*nor day "speelnl. rate by tbe COUNTY 0" V..IJ''A.f nml the fumons Grange Crotm; rlll"JlI.le! | riniitiitlans, DO NOT BfJr ; : >

.' '.. ."" :' at the rate oi n B- ". MCL.OP. Prop. tin tIu" ;:10th' dllY !of Mur/r-: 111 personally .1 Cotosiiut. Groves: and Trsi>ti.Me Furiii of time, cnuntrjr trllnitiny. ta 1I vci ea.e&0 "&t 't'c Z,op.Tires |l' '.
at tuIaeuuu..ul' ;nnd"rS.W Jg& #
l..tOl.r. 11'O.: Coal.lngtoaa. 1 .
: 'r will be ( Wm. II. SI..wllrl'A..ltyllind nail J. E.: Bige. IMLt gIVEn, J.AKE: 1TORIH ami UISCAtXE: CA halt TWcek bl" oed etI.'I rlr; a.:. ,
: ; cars nOUSE low to mil wel\.uown\ us UUN.t the persons I -talns'IVorld". or _Sful lnforTatl5rKUS4r f |t> ? >S r
!'L brakes, BO that. "ltin] | Who executed the roreirolnir. : are ronclted fmm Jntksonv.le] via the > WE MMJVra reliable person. in each town to dlstrH5uti."IOi'UPS I .? .?
: !, articles ) Ineoa-porutlouu. and severally uc- exchange 'a' rite today for free>atalog"ean(Tour auootia o .
: ; ,.,J ",' dent tq one traiilNITTPRoP." : .k'lSiii.'nireil: : that they execute-d the saint for -.: FLOIDAEAST COAST RAILWAY. MEAD
;" the' linen und purports then.In exprowivd.In .. J. L. CYCLE CO. Chicago IlL t!
j ing on the Bag6nd, Florida. witness v. hereof I have hereunto set my l
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hand unit otllclnl
1 'f seal at LleLand,
;,' &Jf m"ticall" 0* J>er daYI! $5 to 48 per week 1 Floildn the day ami >ear! nforesuld.BKAiTA __ - _
I { V. UElir H-I ,' uial rate. for families or for seaaon. --'j ala >otury 1'ubllc. : sCii>
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'\ 1: .r,.. I I't DEED tINDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP.
; :i\rteiaar.; Well Contractor, TEn 4888! LAWS OF FLORIDA. I
't ; 'OTl'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that !Mnrln, \
l" ecpjr of buatll'ul bosh, East Coast of Florl.U". best ot ixctc1
." l White purrhnm-r of Tax Cert'tlcute map : CC
.. 4 : Dealer In Aermotora, Tank ,
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; t ......tt, and Pumping Machinery.t No.tied. SW.datud nld eertlllcHtcIn the 3d day myolHveaud of July'. A.D.nan 10UU, niadoapplljutlon baa FtnlusuMr Florida and otlinr Informntlon, address

Repa1rlnl' Pumps Windmills etc. for Taut: ) Deed to Issue uecnidlnK. J. B. PARROTT, J. P. ErtlUHTII: / J. D. n.UJSEn.

.\ ', 1 ; to 'law. Hulil ocr Ideate emb aces the fol'ow.' Tln.Fr..'t* s,........... TrallK "....... A. 0. P. 4. The Great Car Line From
: ; '; Jf DeLand. F.orlda. 'Inn atu.icr'b'tt. property situated Ij Volusln Through Florida. -
-- County' ,Florida! I towit : ST. TC"'w'r1NE. FLA. .
'-T--;;; : ;. '. Lot 22, Cor on's: Addition to III'Land. -- S.
'ihaait l land being "'l'.eol'lt! t h.* date of .
; Southern the Irtwu inoi ..f wncb ciTilrtealw, tbu name J CONNECTIONS .
r her rgia of Clmrlotto Glb...... Unless said Cirlln- ,

elite Hlnill Im red i mad accorillnif to law lux OVER ITd:::! OWN RAI ,.S TO Savannah Charleston
Deed willi..".' thereon on the Slit day otApHI -
: year--F d Railwayit ::, A.D. IIMtt! TO TH EAST l Richmond, and Washington thence via the
Jorl a .
< 'k grow, WltnesH, my 'nCh.I.IR'nRt"r. and Beullhlvth WINCHESTERFACTORY Pennsylvania Railroad. '
I i 8)tli ditvof !1luauch.A. D. 1 ittOS.IEAI.l \( | ALU-RAlL. '... _
;, 7 none are [ ) tlAM'L DJIIRISAN.. _
"t" .wan.. River .." Clerk Circuit Court Volimlu loiinlj. Florida. The LouIsville and 1 Nashville, via Montgomery.rHt .
In Effect January 4, lOOIi. NOTICE OK' ArPl.lPATION FOR TAX I The Mobile and Ohio Railroad 1 1Via
".. "New "Leader" via Montgomery.
'. ;, high, you .n n|I' 1)KEI, ITMDFIt:> fKftlON: :">1 8 O* "Repeater'IDF

4 ] 'ft.Wiw.fe 'miuY /:*. ta.>-ijiss3 CHAPTEK 488S:: LAWS: OK FUK j- JrLrThr flUJ1Jflfl1J1 Savannah. and Ocean' Steamship Company for New York '
F- ill U> 1M "ltll I'bll": 'cpa. anal oston.
'h'f "jcoiiTenfenc 1jop-? ,10 M Mi"U ] you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition Via Norfulk -
Ii'.I: In hereby given that R. L. Oiiwdy EAST I Steamer: for New York Washington and [
-T -. i;I !! ....... : 00 are DO put ,' -at Tax i-rtlttcHie No"HI,dMt.... TO THE -
the kind that shoots where Baltimore.
I\: i' :: : : = 1KS|:: the 2,1 l day of July A. D. i I9ul.\ () baa tiled onldotxiltloutu : I I you
The tV&JBS In my office, nnd bun made nppllottlon VIA oTE-AMSHIr'. VU S".ann..h and Merchants and Miner*
1 -.JY' Transportation
1 rct I for tax dnod to issue. 11 accorrlNnce point buy Winchester Factory Compaot
your gun for
be'I! Baltimore
1 41 and
; / .' 15! aID pm with Inw. Said oortlHoiite embmcea the fuU Philadelphia 4 Z'

: ; '. ..l..ceife /n.1D 1 OOani I lowing desert bed property situated In VolunlnaounirvFloridn Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with To West
.--3k f/tiall ;"J" ; 0 W..m. : Lots & to Wine.: flIt n. Seville. : Via Peninsular and
[ : / .,\.. The Record -t Tbe .lIld. land beInit .".....vd at the date. of Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded '-AND- a

Fsie ,: ad':. .ev!> e."t.;.." ;. pmizpbnildb'C of the James laHiianne. Weik ff such ITnlera ocrt'tluHte paid corllDuul.In the name.slash with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester 4HAVANA. Occidental Steamship Co.

Johnl couz be woVciined acooidlnir h.w. IHX 'Uid will
: .of St 8II..m liwue tuereon, on tbe -1st d.." of April A l>. Factory Loaded Shells and accept no others. .M

u.. *.. qP. ,The B.c. pm .101 Witness JO". my official lurnaturp" .. and pupil' thli ALL DEALERS, KEEP THEM'_ :hLIilea.ge: TiQk9tS. acf
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'.<\. \ the 20tli day of Muroli A I). tHud.
''I''q.-k' full oIocsi. q1-V..4oi. ,: 7 [Heal J tRAM, D. JonOAN, Interchangeable. Mileage Tickets< good over 13,000 miles of

r ;: '.:'. .t. -.iwinthe. 'J1ro8perit, e., ..Clerk' Circuit Court Voiuula. "'ouutj,'. Via principal railroad In the Southern States:: are on sale by the Among principal the
', -- -- -- .. agent8.
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:...te; 'Ai personwhO: ;wanta., Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Taapa to New York via Atlantic

not :u.ke"th' BeC0F4'. Line: al-o via Atlantlc.Coaat Line and Southern Hallway Coa.t

_: ; 1lthho31d, ,! To Cure a Cold in One Clip wir,\r reservations' and Information aPply to Agents Atlantic
ol( L AugusliuC pspr 1m 'two or" | : Coast Line, -'
V ''JS/Yf:/ FRANK C. DOYLSTON SW. -D. )* ;
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this. pam.. ;.:f;;. "' & Laxative BromoQuiiune Tablets/ Commercial Agent. ..
VHrM. Trav.: Paaa.'Agnt. ,I-
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= oooooooooooooooooooooooooo The Sunday school of St. Barnabas will be "Palms (,Victory" Is the Utlo of a prettty .. Htout and her slater. Mind Eva Bouehc'llo ," p
0 given an Hunter PICK' hunt at thu home of !atlas and interesting Ellat.crprolt..llm to be rendered. lefton W dnc-mlay for North Carolina ." 7 i
Society Personal and West hero will the ",1 "
Vliglulu they spend
g Nell "Ptnckhoiiso Cut afternoon. by the
unluy Sunday schoolchildren at tho Klrst. M summer.. .

89 cent a Pair B g Church and Home | One of the enjoyable social events of the E church on Sunday: evening at'1':110: ) o'clock.. lav. J. B OittiM_ Dr. .1.1>' Forbes and Her. .} ','
All are cordially J, OrLmdn, .
Invltad.t Carson-
season will be the dance at the Putnam Tuesday Rev. U O. 8. FurrlHS went tj< on Wednesday to ,
D. D., will tho attend the Anot.ul meeting of the State Mission
00000000000000000000000000 occupy pm lpet Sunday momIng. -
evening next the 14tb. loud music will
Board of the. Uiipttut' church '
'F I For Solid feather Shoes Dr. Jobn Muc-Dlarmld left Wednesday for be provided '

St. AugUHtliie, to attend the annual racettnu -- Attorney Bert Fish was over to Now Sm>'rna SAVED TWO FROM DEATH. :
I !Mrs 8. p, Hays will manage the popular
of the
Stuto Medical
Association. Monday night to
hotel, The; Breakers, at Seabreeze: -and It Is a that meet with the City Councilof "Our little daughter had an almost ,,4; \
Were $1 $1.25 and $1.50 town and prepare a new charter, to be fatal attack of whooping and
Mr. cough
and Mrs John B. Stetson return tq their forgone conclusion that DeLand people will submitted to the Legislature .
at its '
home In Ashbourne Pa.,tbla week Mr.Stet. go to Seabreeze for their outing during the session. present bronchitis, writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- t

.in was confined to his bed by sickness for a heated term _____ V land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all Jf.1j;,
week before leaving for Miss Ella Hodges wont to Leesburg on Tues- other remedies failed saved her life G
Come ck home. He is getting .. we
Qt Mrs. C. Ano-oll of Ann Arbor,Mich., returned I
day' for a few
quite feeble days visit. with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our !
; home this week after spending the f .
Mr. R.H.Boyd has been spending a few daysat season In DeLaud. M...Angull spent u winterhere The fishermen have all ,"cleaned out;" the niece, who had Consumption in an .i I'. ;
Beresford this week about seventeen with herchlldien. game wardens, of this advanced stage, also used this wonderful :
watching the post years ago and Volusla
( As they can't ]last' longJ' office and waiting for austomers. Mrs. Boyd, She was'" delighted with DeLnnd I were after thorn so they hate moved county their medicine" and today she is perfectly :r.r" :: J,'

his mother, bus been quite 111. and hopes to visit here again In the fall THE camps to Orange county. Nice lot of rub well. Desperate throat and lung dis .M. '" '

at this price. NKWS follows her to Ann Arbor for weekly law we have anyhow I Stop it all for eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov : ".1 "

oI' Noble Grand 8. B. Wilson will entertain tbe visits. about live jeers, except gill netting of white ery as to no other medicine on earth. ,::1 .
members of Magnolia Lodge No.21, J. O. O. F., shad. The flab are being Infallible for Coughs and Colds SOc ..... ).
CS3j with a supper at the St. Elmo this evening.Col. I Mrs. E, B. Solomon who as usual spent the exterminated as It
bottles W. A.
P.: : : now is with tbe present law.-St. and $l oo guaranteed by ;
/Zc1E1ro3r1 D. B. Paxton-- whiter at the popular house The Oaks, returned Facts. Francis Allen and Ceo. W. Fisher. Trial bottles .,' "J',
Dupont was "bllklnll'handl to Dayton O., this week,spending a ,
free. V.
&f with his many. friends In DcLand on few days at St. Augustine en route, Turn I VV 27. :
Wednesday. Mr.Paxton Is eniriwd In the t u rpentlno NEWD follows 'I-Oi KM y '
business I <>K> >*<>K>r0404 >KW t)
at the
north end of Voluala
j Mr. F. W, Koesttrwlll, about the SSnJ. of
_- >tllNel > mmtm ea ec c.cce oaeacs-BSfMrocaeac> county. He says that be has been In i u::e business -I DON'T '
this month, leave for a trip to the "Fader- PLAY WITH
nil his life that In Georgia nud then In m
land" Cleimuny, which he him not visited In
Klorldu. He has a fine tract of land near Haw
'a9N CLOCAIPERSONAL BRIEFS many years He will be absent about three EDGED TOOLSIf '
!3 Creek and after the timber Is oU"will engage montlm. ,
1 extensively In the stock Induril ry.Dr. r

-p nn.wlnewweeO ti-N tsON--ww.ww TQD di ww m w_ Mr. and Mrs Albert Hooper and son Ed who
and Mrs. Forbes went to 'resent City spent the winter In DeLand returned to their it's a house you wantto

Clr-.ult Court meets on Monday, the Brill has lUbblU, Chickens and last. week where the doctor delivered a lecture Jersey htimi on Tuesday. Mr. Hooper Is", delighted build or repairs

13th.. Panorama Sugar' and Chocolate Eas- taking Wordsworth for his subject. The with DeLnnd and will be down early you

g Cards at Brill's. ter lOggs. lecture was under the auspices of the Christian In the full. Their automobile was sent home want to make we can a
New Easter Endeavor
Mrs. Swift Society of tbe Presbyterian several clays ahead of the party. Mr. Hooper show a RELIABLE
The' hotel closed at continues to entertaina church, and the doctor was greeted you
Colleee Arms by a
try I Is genial, whole-souled gentleman and we I
fir' large number of people at the Olive large audience. They line of CARPENTERS'
Wednesday. en. him THE
noon on Branch Mrs. hope to see again. will keep
Swift's tables have been tertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Norton
Aliens' Phar tilled for him petedabout DeLand matters during the TOOLS. ,
at than
School supplies more a year steadily. aid were shown many attentions by Mr.Vaterman I
summer. ______
macy. The town and 'Varolty. ball team and Dr. Keetps. Dr. and Mrs.orbea .

I Master: Baskets and other Noveltiesat played a most interesting-game at both speak enthusiastically of the Hon. ('hllrl.." Dougherty was the gueetof 'TOO'

Brlll'u. the park yesterday afternoon, tht entity of Crescent City Solicitor Perkins on Fildav. Ills Just possible I' EXPENSIVE"
that Mr. Doughert will be a candidatefor
The regular monthly meeting tbe latter No admission winning by a score ofI\ to 7. St. Barnabas'. Eplacopnl church Services CongiraH again., He represented this", NEVER HEARD IN OUR
Council will be held Monday was charged, so no City has the right to kick about the ; district In ToiigreHs two terms, and was for
evening next. game. I. m.,Children's service; 11 a. m., Choral. service four years u mombero the state Si.nuto. Mr.

Call on Marsh Bros for anything The G. S. & F.Hallway will continue with sermon. I I Doughert IUIH never been beaten for any office .

wanted from a well regulated mar to operate the famous all-year-roun-j Senator James E. Broome to which he anplrcd. Ho has a most pleasIng ,
,ket. Dixie Flyer, with through sleeper to of Quincy was in manner and personality.' He ism man of t
Chicano! without chantre, until Apri own.on IniHlnces Wednesday. While here he more than usual ability :III'. Dottgheitx'a ,

A Jennie-go-round, half-sister toe 17. The St. Louis sleeper: will continue nnde short but plcasunt call, at TUB NBWS many. filenila, wire plenum to grasp his", band : >WH>+I o-O: +0'WI h6-K
has been s lice. Mr. Broome says he Is In the race for | >+Od 0.P.0 FOf-0f-0 f-0 CDon't OI-GI-O.O+O+O+OF
the popular merry-go-round/ in service all the year round, as In friendship ______
placed on the Cannons lot on Grove will also the local sleeper to Macon, the oflUcoof secretary of state, and Intends, I I I wait 'till the last t
Place, and Is scooping In the school leaving Jacksonville at 8 The this time, to stay In the race to a finish. He Is Mr ltulber and Mr Brumsey were the In- I .
p.m. a brother to the lute John stlgatursofa. most pleasant moonlight bo..t.I of ..
children's nickels.Don't morning train will continue to leaveat D. Hrootne, who day: school before you
lied the position of judge of the Circuit ing party to Beresford last evening. II l
7:55: a.m. as at decide
be fooled by what the other pre..ent.The Jourt for this circuit so acceptably for many I' you want some

fellow tell )'ou. We handle Western, Cable Company has a fiord years; and to ThomuaH. Broome, now living Mrs. A. J. "Smith' and little daughter, Vina, ..

,, Beef and Mutton and the best: Florida piano for sale cheap. Apply to W.O. In New York City. Mr. Broome Is the son of left last week for West Windsor, N, Y., where

Beef In the state. Cannons. 3t former Qo\ernor Brooine of Florida. He has they will visit her parents for some time.

Marsh Bros. ,, the name manner of speech and the same They exprlenced a stormy passage. up besides
restores, as his two brothere which the bout caught lire at one time, Forfortyeight
t/ Mr. McLeod's winter gu 's'.s! have i! Fire at Seabreeze. lived many r
In DeLand.I hours they staid on deck with lifepreservers V
about all departed, but one still has A most destructive fire ocurred at strapped to them. :III'. Smith Is. PHOTOGRAPHSCome

quite a numberof, regulars.All Seabreeze Wednesday morning. TheKlttridl"e I Attorney E. E. Hopes Is In town to attend spending a vacation at New 8mj'run, I II '.
tae: session of the Circuit Court which
will obaer Easter con.
the churches ve
cottage Dow's restaurant.
thousands of flowers venes. on Monday next. | Mrs. L. A Fudfrcr who has. been the guestof

in bloom now are, and the pulpits of the: Bert Hodgers' cigar factory, Brown'u herson.Cltl/en W. 11. Fudgcr and' her sinter -

different houses. of worship. will be amass grocery store, Harroun's. cottage and Mr. H. E. Ustevn of Osteen was shaking Mrs O. J. Mill, several weeks, returns toJnckSUnvlllt
the (muds with his many friends In DeLunil. this.week to visit her daughter.Mrs ,
of flowers. store building laundry andHalirh'lI I
i,1 Hondaj and Tuesday. Mr. Oaten Is the : W. T. PUISOIIH. Now
t Ice Is quite pleasant now, but the livery stable, with num. roua gentleman who was elected sheriff. of Volualn

} price in so high in DeLand: that It Is I barns and outbuildings, were des- :ounty In 1865, receiving 83 out of the 48 vo, ". :Mis.C. ( K Kirk;: and, her' guests :Mr. and :Mrs

'K a luxury which only the rich can trojed. The Seaside Inn and other cast In the county at that election. Mr. Os- P. A. Fli".il n o H itclil ,lent"i KB.isiis. Icft yesterday .

enjoy. caught eon has since that time, served thec-iiiint as for L truiiailo Heticb, where they will '
I buildings nearby several times, VV
t ix collector and held other .. REEVE
Mrs. Important iosl- spend mouth or molt- 'I
To Mr. and Mayo Dade
JSorn- but were saved by heroic efforts.

on Saturday, a son.
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A special meeting of the DeLand Another Telephone Franchise Grantee: ; o.aw: .o..o..o o..o ; row a:O. ,O-.*.G:*.O.o.o.o.o.Or I
Fire Department was held Tuesday, +O+()oIOz.o.ro.z.o.r.o.z.o+CJ-!0 P03 OKIOFO PCTK)POI 0 Kf0I010I4f OI<
,. G. G. Berry was eKctidau A called meeting the City Council .
,; even In//: :Fax JtIVER IJUTTELIt
asshtthtchief. vice: C. }o'. Webb, who was held Friday night, to act on :

,; has removed from Ue.Li.ind. the application' \ for franchise from 7
I Fox RtviGit ULrrPELtFox
TheVlnler Home," !Mr. J. I 11!:. the Southern Bell Telephone Co. An

Coen's popular house, will remain I ordinance was passed /granting tht : K-ivEii Iuirrii .
all summer. :Mr. and :Mrs. Coen
open company the right, to run a wire into 1NERESH)
will mike: a "special' effort, to secure '
-p the patronage! of the traveling men. DeL.ind on their lung,distance line to FOX KlVKlt JJT'rEI4 1

connect withlbe'Howe -
Mrs. Mary D. Woodward, the vener- system providing 1t
able mother ot Mr. W. Woodward, it is Installed. In case Howe

died on ;Monday, after :a; Ion;! and tryIng fall to put in his system within the ISII

Illness., "' Funeral services' were time prescribed by ordinance, for
held Tuesday. afternoon and the body ItiIDA Always the same.
e franchise granted Friday night allows
laid to rest. In OakJale cemetery.
the Southern Bell Telephone: Company None better made. '
A new Ice factory ban just been established : -
In local
to put a exchange.
", In Orlando. We understand", .. AT
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that the company agrees to furnishIt 35c per pound.

I. delivered in any quantity, at the Subscribe for THE NEWS before

rate of 20! cents per hundred, or one. leaving! for home-$1.00 per year; H
: fifth |tb<,f price charged, In DeLand. months, 110(! cents. 'JI.A.UlfET.E.
We have written to find out the truth
of the'report and will inform our L. McBride, "e J


An old one-eyed Pennsylvania I s .
t'nluue Generator the Invention of a >..o+oeo.o..o..o..o..o+o.o..o+o..o..o..ooOo G.OO. .. .. .
who i B O O .G GO
Dutchman from Philadelphia, .. I aI O+I O+CH-o I +w.o'f-aPaf-o+o+c'.HOo- K> alotaw+' 1ft
ManacliHB Man. --- - -
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gave his name i
up at the B nnettllhouseliTuesdaynight ", A Lent !generator and lump; combined of trust. He-Is now unite old and fertile, :Mr. and Mrs.8. n. Jordan entertained a few

.. On Wednesday, ", he bought a Is the Invention of a Massachusetts In body but recalls", many Interesting events friends", nt n six o'clock dinner Wednesdayexenlng. :

chain and two pair of spectacles., of man to take.the place In some degreeof I of the early days. It U quite Instructive to ]
tbe value of seven dollars, and was to'Jay fireplaces.The I bear him a'tlllir. J. L. Chandler tell of olden I
grates or
for them on Thursday But.on I times. Mr. Chnndlen father was elected Mr. and Mrs Robert Anderson,. of Plttsburg .
Is radiator
? invention practically a
Thursday' morning he was gone without 'county judveof Voluula county In the tIM Pa have arrived at tbe Patton cottage for a \;. sl .

paying!: his board. He was "seen, that gathers up the rising bent rays I election, holding tbe office for many termsthorearter. short stay,tn route home. I Are a luxury when hung
from tie Hume of n lamp and distrlb -
about ft a.ni. on the railroad walking j :
toward the junction.Mr. utes them nbout the room Instead of al. I I Mr. Omar Goodwin: and sun who Imve in a shady corner of your

lowing them to rise vertically to the Attorney J. E. Alexander attended. the been speeding the. winter lit the residence of porch. We a stock of
T.. H. Sanders of Indlanola met I ceiling. The circulation of this heatedair opening session" of the Legislature. at Tullnhasaee I>r. Pattern, returned to their' home In Ohio II carry d
Friday last week. made friends while Hammocks in various grades
with an unfortunate accident on also produces n current which on Tuesday.Mr. They many
last. He had been to Stetson i here, who hope they will come airtiln.
University, DeLand, to see his daughter -, drills the air In the room and bilngs W, A. Hammerly, wife and daughter
and on his return was about to It Into contact with the hot surface of left yesterday \'la Clyde river bout, for Jacksonville -' Col C. II Spencer of Daytona spent several IF ,YOU

,seat himself to drive to Orange! City the generator, thus further Increasing. and Hot Springs, Ark. days In town his week.

Junction when the driver suddenly the radiation of warm air. Mr. haven't the shady cornerwe I
and Mrs C O. Boydstun and child left Mrs N.iI.. Uruhani took four of her ludy got
started, the horses. The sudden jerk The generator Is built up from a series
for their
Tuesday home In Ualecbnrir, III. I II lends on n picnic to Enterprise on :Monday.Dinnerwu have BAMBOO CURTAINS
threw :Mr. Sanders out, breaking bill of thin metal plates with un openIng I .
a taken at tho Brwk house, and In
Night-watchman E. B. Pooaer several
r wrist.doctor After, he having left for It home attended, accompanied toby nt the bottom for the Insertion of a dd)".of thin week on tho \'OIt"t.", spent prospecting, the afternoon the party visited Green Springs... one with.
lamp chimney. It I Is supported on the t
his Titusvllle Adio- elytlnir, something of the kind. Housaop"t
by son. lump by n vertical post and projecting. Mrs. Hubert! Anderson and children, who j
heard from Mr.
cate] When ast arm the latter being hinged to permit! d, among the prominent county people In spent" the winter at The Oaks returned to THE FURNITURE:
Sanders was getting along very nicely. the heater to be elevated for the purljjl 'An this week were Messrs. W. McBride their home In Georgetown Ky, this week. j.J F.F AlLEtoNma&ke CO. vet eels COUNTY. ) f"I

r The reporter yl..\Ued Bert Fish's pose of rcmo\lng the lamp. I<1 S. L. Causoy of Seville K. D. Brooke of ,
()teen, T. L. Rodgers and T. M. Knappeof The Stetson !Mule Quartette will slmr at thoVesper ;
.... grove at Sprln-jBV';. en last Sunday. As the sleeve'which carries;: the supporting I U+f O'PG POPO'fO+J4P0 i OPO1 Ior.DeLa.nd-
"' the Auditorium : ,
Daytona T. J. Murray of'New Smyrna, all sen-Ice at Easter Sun ,
didn't object
(The fruit is all,v 111 '?::e"iert, nrm Is adjustable on the post a
members of the Board of afternoon .
County Commission day .
His "/"4 ...'f oranges are -- -- - --
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s \ pros "] + lamp of tiny size can be used and n,. en and Connty School Board.* s -
good; he will have rvo",ndred boxesor there Is no connection between the Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gomeraball returned to .
more-tbillyear. Mr. (tab owns fifty Camden N J., the first of the week Mr.
chimney and the generator, tbe lamp Mr. Karl Stulber of DeLand got up a party .
acres of land and water, the \grovebeingabout 3oniershitU ,,
decided ant to build this s mumer'but
extent.It I Is can be Instantly removed if the owner of touI'I"tI1ln.I" residents for an outing on the
six In
t acres will welt and how cold It till
St. Johns and Dead see gets!
will protected by timber and'water. wishes.; Mime Vivian rl\ers McElroy ou the and atellm..rHYllulntb. Master", winter. _______ Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works. t

-- - M. P. Frutohej, two very little ones, deserve. Mrs. Elmer Mt.'Dritie entertaln"ll R nllmber of

a medal for thel.'lI'ood behavior all day. The' friends card after and ;
lady at a party Saturday J. T. CAIRNS Proprietor Manager
party were: Mr. and Mr,. ,Alcott,Mr.and r.r..1J. noor. There where five tables Mrs. HJiielow V ,

C. Moore Mr. and Mrs. E. J. GHrrlty Mr. won Hint prize, Mrs. Tiffany the visitors prize Manufacturer of-

e.IT. We've Clot Some and Mrs. O. C. MoGlroy and daughter Mesdames -I IV....McDonald captured the consolation. Dellous > :Dr seed & Rough Lumber: :: ? k, '.
Wllllam Alfords( Glb 0n, Frutcbey, and dainty refresnments were served. ,
MoCurmaa,Stou a" -,and Miss Bailey, Mr. Scroll kr
.I D. W.- Windsor and Mr. Karl Stulber.-St.Fruo Order of services at the Baptist Church on Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Turning, Sawing. _

la Facto. Easter SundRY April L), 1003; Will furnish plans andQcatloru. and: i'",i\ t
; ? Voluntary CONTRACTOR, & BUILDER estimates. Special< machinery at mill for \ '
One of the most pleasing musical entertainments :
ever given In DeLand was the cantata Carol by choir, "A wak* Olad Easter Morn" finishing work ready to put In place. Employ food mechanic. and guarantee .1""
Sohelllnir flrat-clasa work In everv particular.'i;
;. Maiden ;
"Th Hose by Cowen at tbe auditorium .

t Just: the thing t.o Friday evening1. The solo part by Doxology
,. Mrs. Smith-Morrison of Jacksonville Miss Invocation
Cr-.foreI. Mr. Wllmshurst and Mr. Brown, Hymn 197-Christ the Lord Is risen. to-duy. : ] "
.. serve with Ice 'Crel n.. were excellent. Mrs. Morrison has an unusually Responsive Heading1 alm 8:15AnthemWhy : BOND UUMPER DOMP ANt '

seek ye the living;among the ,
... sweet voice, cultivated but natural,
_. dead-Hopkins. .
but under control. The choral @e9@iH'1 1;"
'. strong splendid
Worth 65e Box class of young men and women made ajlne Scripture lesson-Matt. II.. DeLand .;;.
per appearance and showed the excellent training Prayer. Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, ....toJ1j,
Hymn !871 Brief life Is here .. ""*
our portion.Notices '
'. they have been given by Mr. Sabofleld and Prices on all kind,of 1'

f, Our Price, "45e>,.pA.rBo ; Mir Crawford. Miss Zabrhikle and Mrs. Offertory "oEi1:r1M'' ;
: Gideon presided at the piano and organsspectlvely. :
8oIo-Reaurrectlou.:8belly. Ceilln :
Lumber Lath Shingles Flowing
,s..rmon-Epb. 1:la > ,
Mr.Zabrlsfcle of Brown Station N. Y.. Is In Special Easter offering for Home Missions'Jerusalem

e FUDGER DeLand for a few days, visiting bis daughter, my happy home-Choir

Mir Mary M. Zabriskle, who Is a popular student Hymn 307-More like Josus would I be Mouldings, Turning; ?
at the Unlversty. Mr. Zabriskle Is delighted Benedlotlon. -

with DcLand,and thinks one of the There will\ be special music at.,the evenlniservice. r Ordora
Lumber deliverd4ptoos
prettiest towns. he tau ever aeea.VV Brick, and Everything in the
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,; o o o State. News 0 o 81 I Orange City | A.. Patron of the University Tells a I I Children Stomach,, Teething Cure }Feverishness Disorders, Breakup Dad lets.It falls All. drugglut Is to on cure.each refund bos.E. W.the 25c.Grove moneyIf +I

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{ t A trolley' system and electric light I Orange City, April 8.-Mrs. R. D. EDITOR DELANO NEWS FLA., April 9, 1903. Advise all FAIL.druggists Over,30000 25c.: Sample testimonials.mailed.At One '

t plant,frill'' probably be established. Tucker and Mrs. Hovey entertainedthe : Lerjtr .

; x in St,,Augustine. Whist Club Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Please publish the following In answer Suffering --

Senator James E. Broome was Bullen won the first prize. to D. E. Godwin's letter, in tbe Women Strongly, The Latest Evolution. TIo.o.,.. Ad-rertt..mente' of ten word or more under -SS at ;
About twenty of our people droveto Jacksonville Metropolis : Dr. B. Hagen, a prominent G rmanantbropokl&llt. this l heed inserted for ONE CENT A WORD
Take DoctorPierce's
robbed of $75 at the Almeria hotel to ... -
I In advance each Insertion. No adyoitlMtment '" I'caah
DeLeon am a tourist in DeLand with no has recently expressedthe
while lad Springs Thursday for a *accepted for 1 less than 10 cents ,
Tampa, asleep Thursday picnic. They report a delightfultime. axe to grind and nothing to gain by Favorite opinion that the change lu man

night,, siding with either Mr. Stetson or Dr. Prescription. from the original shape to his presentone _______________.OR_____RENT.____________________ i ,
'. ; W.J.M.:: .. 71merofConanthasclosed) Mr.; and Forbes. I have had little to do but took place In Europe. He has discovered .
Mrs. Bullen, Mr. and Mrs. I advice ?OR Mi VT-Cottage on Boulevard north ofF
i a,jleal< for. 21,728 acres of land in Fenn, Mrs Hood and later, Mia inform myself thoroughly] on both from This a woman who cornea had skeletons near the Krapiua flesh from, in Croatia which,, hud ten Codrlngton.University, urnlahed. Apply to C. U. _

D fSo.to,county, the cash price being Mott, drove to Caaaadaga and Lake sides.. One thing strikes me very forcibly suffered all the miseries evidently been eaten by cannibals. Dr I

140,000.. Helen Friday. and that la bow much more people women can utTer from the of FOR SALE. _
Hagen judges from appearance
: A railroad, running from Green Fourteen of our townspeople and living out of DeLand know about diaeasr.perfectly! and and had permanently been the bones that the speech muscles were FOR BALK>-, -hay Six-room mow, thud bouse for, barn tools;gnodtabl five ",. ..,

,'" Cove to Gainesville, is con tem- visitors had another picnic on the St. the true situation here than tbe trustees cured by the use only slightly developed In those persons acre land; city water not good well fruit ,.,:i"." '
Johns or people who visit the University of Dr. Pierce' Favorite and that they could not speak as tnt, >-rape wines -to. S70U cash ilerfvottitle
river Friday. They drove toStarke's ,
plated. This road will run through Js-jiilra of C. M. or Mm. I. J. Broh: w.6 ,.
"' T a.rich:: truck and ]landing and Capt. Harris dally. Prescription.This language Ut understood now. They badhu&e HREGiSTER ;
turpentine counI q I
great heads, broad faces, wltb flat Ideal" newforaloheap. [
If Mr. Godwin (
had taken the train office.
met them with his launch and took women establishes t Inquire New tt: \
Four them to Sanford. and come over bere and attended regularity, dries weak noses, strong masticating bones and ..J.,...;.
hundred will be muscles, short legs and arms of medi- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I acres drain heal inflammation ; I,
Miss Thompson who has been stopping chapel and seen with his own eyes ening -
um length and tbe greater part of tbelr ,
planted to cassava near Live Oak at the Freeman House for some and heard with his own ears and not and ulceration bodies covered with reddish TOR 8AT.E-15 sores I..d. 6 cleared and 1 1I
was coarse
k. this A starch will and cures: female P fenced; good! condition cultivation; I
year. factory time, left on Saturday for her homein trusted to the eyes and ears of the weakness. lialr. 10 aorta wild Title perfect. Apply to WILLIAM .
.k probably be established there during New York City .. "Christian gentlemen! of DeLand," Read Mr*. Kemp on', I KBST,DeLand. ,

tw : the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Squire left Palmetto his Metropollsetter could never, have letter and, if you are BEAUTY AND STRENGTH.Are ,

s 4 On Tuesday last E. P. de Medicis\ Cottage Saturday. for their home In been written.- sick, follow her advice. BLACKSMITHWAGON
it has been quite time sinceI desirable. You and
"Although are strong .
ie. of St Augustine killed a large black South Orange, N. J. It I. absolutely false! that the University Mrs. Fred Kempson,of '..
d baa been Dr. :::.'il.oli:3:1: : Co? Mich., Box !37, vigorous, when your blood is 'pure:: -- .
bear Mr. Injured by _
on Anastasia Island, opposite Joshua Myers returned to hit "still your iiatne la a blessing In our house, Many-nay, most women, lail'l6 l ANO' .
St Augustine. This was the third home in Orange City Sunday eve. He Forbes.: Stetson agents, are travelIng fowl I I think am atllt it my enjoying duty to good let you health know digest their food; and so become properly ':

I. bear he has killed this year. has been raining tomatoes down south the state over telling these false. thanks to you end your Favorite Prescription. pale! sallow, thin and weak, while the SHOP ,

"' this winter, but on account of nigh hoods. Some of the minority resident ellO. and When then I think see how how I am I was now lI..eyeare Iaay. brightness, freshness and beauty of the All kind of Repairing
,; i H. A. Easterling, a prominent water he thinks be has had enough of trustees withdrew their children to God< hi.... Dr. Pie..,..'* words auorring finemay skin! ,and complexion, depart. Remedy I Don Promptly and at.ReNOnabla r

trucker of the East Coast, on Fri that southland for the present. prove their statements true (thatjstu- women.he live I have long I never to help had poor. retain of this unpleasant 'eVI.I, by eating nourishing Price.

day last shipped a carload of tomatoes Mr. and Mrs. Erickson of DeLand dente! were leaving!), but several] of Can my weakness do all and am work well trithont and hearty. food? and taking a small dose of 6IEORSESIIOIING
own :
my any
to San Francisco Cal.) This is when after ,each meal, to digest
were in town Tuesday 'morning these have since returned to school. pain You saved me from the grave
on .n others failed. ladvlaeaurlenogwornea what you have eaten. 500. at all drug-
>, in
ajiew.departure marketing. business with Mr. Wm. Kolmon.Mr. Why, if the atmosphere Is ao vile? strongly,to take Dr. Pierce Favorite Preacription gists. SCOTT
ot .. in all 4.
I know it will cure HODGKINS'I
A rare species of the finny tribe and Mrs. Ed Allen and Mr. They prevailed upon a small numberto c......, if indeed there i Ie m cure." I

known as the parrot fish, was caught Ellis! came back from Port Orange go, but a parent wrote protesting Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet oren 0 4 0 0.0+0 0 OeO- "O.O.O"O"O"OeO
that some one was trying to his excellent laxative, suited to the
; get
in Lake Worth few -
a days ago by evening. They spent the
use of delicate women. <
Capt. W. W. Jarvis. The fish, which night and Friday morning with daughter to leave against! his wishes THE .- "

v t measured ten inches in length, has friends in Orange City, and returnedto and asked Dr. Forbes to Inform him .

e 5:' beautiful tinted scales, the shade of DeLand Friday noon. If anything more was done. Who la. attendance It will be the retirementof :

x green being almost the same as that Mrs. Cbas. Dunlap and two sitters, trying to ruin the school-the Stet.sonlte Dr. Forbes. Tbe students say NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
,4 of the feathers of the parrot, hence or Dr. Forbes '
who have been spending the'winter<< openly that they would not return if
the name.-Florida Star. We know of another case where -
at Palmetto Cottage left Dr. Forbes left.
money was offered if the would DE LAND Q FLORIDA.DeLAND'S
parent ?
for a few days' visit at Port Orange, If people would let the trustees'business ,
e; Work on the 1,000 acre grapefruit only take the child out, but the parent .
grove at Deep Lake Hammock, before going to their home In Con refused. alone, all would be well, for ,
necticut. Mra. Nellie Palmer and' they are aa fine a body of men as ever
near Fort Mires will Who is LEADING LOCAL
commence I to blame for the discussion PAPER.
Mlsa Nellie Foster accompanied them were gotten together! and they will
soon. A number of mules and tools of the scandal among tbe students?
aa far as Port Orange, returning act wisely and no one man can rule II
have already arrived, and W. G. There was not a bieath of It till Mr. One
Tuesday evening them. Dollar Per Annum.
Lanford, who has charge of the new Stetson, arrived in DeLand and began "

undertaking, is busy engaging men Mrs. Swanson and daughter of Ohio his campaign of force, threateningevery ANNA 4 A. KOELSCH.A .1 Single Copies Five Cents. 10

for. the work. It is intended to gave an entertainment Wednesday I
KA man who dared to side with Dr. LOVE LETTER. .
plant several hundred acres the coming evening that was very fine Mra. Forbes. Stewart stood on the streets .', Advertising Rates Reasonable
Would interest if looking
not you're
Swanson you
year.-Tropical Sun. as Aunt Cloe was immense, and handed that vile
pamphlet to for a guaranteed Salve lor Sores,
We were shown a piece of leathera and her daughter knows all about a students, as dozens will testify. And Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd of Ponder BOOK AND JOB PKINTEBS. "

piano. yet Dr. Forbes, going! on quietly with Mo., writes: "I suffered with an
few days ago which was made Mrs. Bird and daughter of Bethlehem his work, carrying the University ugly sore for a year, but a box of
; from the skin of a catfish. The Conn:, arrived Friday for a short through the most successful in Bucklen's! Arnica Salve cured me. It's j Letter and Bill Heads,

specimen was.strong, pliable and visit. They were here and the year the best salve on earth. 25c at W. A.Allen' Envelopes Statements
spent Its history, Is ruining it. Engraved and Printed Cards
somewhat resembled leather made and Geo. W. Fisher's drug +
winter three -
years ago, and made Engraving and Color Printing
from skins of porpoises and no many friends who were glad to see The enemy cannot stop the progressone stores. ---- .+-- Program, Menus and Invitations, .
.. doubt would be as serviceable. Jack them return. They stopped at the minute and that Is what infuriates Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses Stencils, (
Hancock did the them ao.Twentyseven.. New Meat Preeervattve.Russian Large and Small' Posters, Handbills Sticker
i tanning as an experiment Bolo while here. They ]left on Monday.We ) -+ ,
; f and was agreeably surprised new students have papers describe a method of Advertising: No'ellle'lIFane' Calendar,
at the result-Kissimmee had a very pleasant call last I registered this term. 'If that ruin? preserving meat discovered by a Russian Newspaper Printed in Whole or in Part.

t Gazette. Wednesday from Mrs. H. C. Trigg of Is that lack of confidence in the president doctor. A compound which he has I ,

Glasgow, Ky.. who has spent the win- ? No more have left at the close Invented Is Injected through the heart ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. .
A DAYTONA'S MAYOR DIES. ter In DeLand. Mra. Triggisaneigh- of the to the aorta, BO that all the blood id the
term than last year, even If ..
slaughtered animal's body la replaced! J-
I '" bor of our friend and
townsman, Col. the Stetaonltea did .
Daytona 4. withdraw
April -Mayor John Crensbaw deliberately by the preservative solution. This, It
t4 B. Thomas of this city died suddenly and family. It was a great six or seven DeLand students\ may be mentioned docs not contain
pleasure to see one who had seen the for the of The Racket
making show. It
purpose a any dangerous antiseptic substance Store
Friday night at 10 o'clock. His
family so recently and could tell us so did not cause a ripple. They lee it foreign to the organism. The carcass U ,

death was due to some stomach much about them and are now sending the students divided and packed In tinned Iron boxes : J. A. ERICKSO1V

trouble. Our Tuesday Evening Eucbre Club back. Dr. Forbes is holding his position and It Is strewn over slightly with Proprietor

Mr. Thomas had been town met aa usual. There were seven simply because: he Is fighting for salt. The meat thus salted containing DRY GOO1XS, SHOE HATS. NOTIONS NOVELTIES, JEWEL-
s up tables. Five gentlemen tied In the no brine, remains soft savory and digestible RY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
early in the and he honor, and that has been his only ,
evening, score, Mr. John White and keeps for a very long time ,
winning In the :
c was known not ,to be in the best of cut. Four ]ladles also tied, and in the reason all along. Put yourself in his without losing its.qualities. Agent! for the SINGER, the best Machine in the world. All kinds of
place. Would you be driven out Sewing Machines icpantd' aid iuitiitl td.
:} health, his sudden end was not cut Miss Altla Howell won first prize. yourself? No and no other honorable BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE. jarlb

., ?- ". ,expected. Dr. Robinson'and Miss Celia Babcock man. When he leaves here It S. LeQuinn of Cavendish, Vt.: was Best and cheapest HARNESS:: in the city Harness rev sited i>icn rtly .

V 4p/ The funeral services will be held secured the consolation prizes. will be of his own choosing and not at robbed of his customary health by invasion 1w..A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION.-

.. Mr. and Mrs Ed Allen were in Orange the dictation of Mr. Stetson of Chronic Constipation. When
1 .. tomorrow at 2 or any
p. m. Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
J City Wednesday ther
.,.. : Mayor Thomas was elected by a their home In Eau Claire on, Wla. way Theygo to Is man or body of men in the state. It his house, his trouble was arrested and ldffEltPfmlltgpySE"iIEfgS1AtAggfef716( < >EfetflSSstblljS6: !! lithfElglftEitllflYsYlNftffMitPtStPlhtflilf! { .
.L perfectly evident that you do not now he's entirely cured. They're guaranteed
large majority last February, and to Penaacola for a visit first know Dr. Forbes or you could not express to cure, 25c at W. A. Allen'sand For :E? '
I'1'J had made an excellent record and !Mrs. Chlaholm and daughter went yourself as you do. Every old Geo. W. Fisher's drug stores.A : a easac.t! : Time: : : .

his loss will be widely deplored. He to New Smyrna Wednesday to vlatt grudge of former students, former ....
her brother .-"i:> GO TO .
j t ,., 'was about thirty-eight of E. E. Ireland. teachers and political enemies Is now Piano ... ........... 1 HEQ ?
years age,
Mrs. John Clarke's two brothers, being paid, with Interest. Dr. Forbes Mrs. Sarah Wood Clarke of New -
and leaves a wife and one child.A who have been visiting him for the has a noble, Christian character York Is the inventor of a device which m s7..A.TIC I: 0 :\.Te. : ,

: LARGE: AUTOMOBILE.An past two weeks, left Wednesday noon. wblchcan bear all'to the end and he will Is said to greatly Increase and Improve
for their home In Pittsburg, Pa.: off the sound of the piano. There was recently
automobile come more than conqueror. It la a
so large as to attract Rev. T. P. given a demonstration 'of the -
i preach in
k crowds has been received by the Methodist church on tbe "Powerof wonderful revelation In of the characterof Improvement at one of the leading hotel Foil aQtif1.11 IAf\kes for Uoatiqg.Hcrvv'boqts I
people city and
state wbo .
are ballroom. of New York. The device
Fred E. Gilbert & Co. It is His Re urrectlon." All
l Invited. are cordially going on record as ready to sacrifice! .ia a shell shaped construction placed! Sqilboftts, { \ t3j qoes f o* 1e1\t.{ \
? largest automobile surrey made in i a noble man and his family for a few Inside the lid of a grand piano, 'and

the world. It is twelve feet long dollars or business position. Who when this Is opened os usual for a per

and five wide, ia of thirty-horse You" Know wnat,Yon Ar.Taking will) sell his birthright for a mesa of formance the shell acts as an auxiliary No .C1ig' a f otf iLdlrqission t o G:1foqqds.:

when you take Grove' Tasteless pottage ,On the other hand who sounding board. Improving the tone ofthe
power, and has four seats each withi.nough Chill Ionic because tbe formula Is. will ]lose position or trade and,suffer Instrument and increasing its vol- .. Ctqb l oqse Opeqo\ \t\e\ qblic. '

to 'comfortably seat three plainly printed on every bottle showIng ume. .
that it ia simply Iron and Quinine because justice and honor are at .
:persons. It.can climb grade in a tasteless form. stake? Who will) be true '.
any No Curt, a man that I Parties Cm Hue tie Use
M no pay 60c.Speelil Sbabe Iota Your Shoe I Dlnlng-Room and Kitchen lUll Dishes'
about Jacksonville', and has wheelsci'made l lat everyone will retinect and hnnnr '.,
-- ,
I Allen''Foot.Ease. It rests tbe feet.
etc. at Moderate Rates.
that it can run on sandy I The most.unjust'accusatlon you make Cure Corns,Buntons ingrowing NaUa. _

,roads.: It hil1 be PORL-O" NJE. la that Mr. Stetson loves Dr. Forbes, Swollen and Sweating feet. At all ". "
.. put on a regular but the ]loving relationship has been druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Ask 'j

q ran, around the belt, and after it Correspondence. severed by Dr. Forbes. From the beginning today. QOOO. FJiOOH .H.JSTB PTAj-lO fOJ1'Vqitci1\J'l: \ ;

has finished its trips !each day will Port Orange April S-A party oll.dle.and of tbe controversy until e e (
i be at the service of any parties who gentlemen took Ibolr dinner and had a plo- Mr. Stetson has Solid ....1.. \ .
wish to hire nlo over on tbe otber aide of tb* Halifax never made a move While It !Is known that dress be 8 aTKefreahments will be on Sale] every Thursday with Music
Jacksonville. Times.Union. river last towards) settlement that Dr. Forbes S evening for ,. In'the J
week. ,
They describe Mr. Luff made solid as well as liquid up to the Dancing ., ,
; : bur,'. place. very beautiful." did not meet it more than half present few E
way. comparatively
I experiments >g> uwH <)>aa>aaH qwttu>i
Mr. and Mr*.Ton key, wbo have been living' In'the trustee' meeting Dr. Forbes have been made In this direction, says. .- ..
In Mr. Voaa' house all winter, are coin to was theone to ask that all condemnation Compressed Air. A scientist recently

tart for their northern home In Frankfort, ; of Mr. Stetson be taken converted a certain quantity of liquidair
out of
THE OLD i lad., Monday moraine, a* will alao Mr. Erdle. Into small .
RELIABLE I i the resolutions, as he did not wish to a solid mass, and on examining JOHN B. STETSONK
Mr. Baker and hi*family,Mr. Fred and bU I harm him. It found it was as transparentas UNIVERSITY:; )
family, eight fn' all, started ,
on aoralae In clear Ice and aa elastic as rubber. To
Elijah McDonald' boat to Miami,laat week. Does hi. letter to Mrs.Stetson prove I test Its elasticity he struck It-wlth a DE LAND FLORIDA. '

The blahop cent a deaoone over here from that he is attacking Mr. Stetson? hammer, and the latter, Immediately IN

Orlando for the purpose of establishing a Mr. Stetson in. proving everyday his rebounded. That solid air may prove AFFILIATION WITH y

las guild:lot In Wednesday Port Drang to elect The ladlee ofBovr bad am.*.. love. He will do' anything If he can to be of commercial value la the opinion "#. THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO '

carry his point. Be will not even of some scientist In Germany, but t .
Mia OroM who baa been .. "
ruttingMr give Dr. Forbes the vindication It Is admitted that many more'' experiments 'PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN lit EITHER
Tocaejrd retarded to her tome la FenaeyUvaal which will have INSTITUTION FOR WORK IN THE OTHER""
to be
sat Friday, was justly his at the board meeting.But before any .

r I1 Dr. DuBole'motbrr later and eon, Eon, his denying doe. not change the ,certainty on this point can be arrivedat COLLEGE: : OP LIBERAL ARTS. COLLEGE OF LAw."

left here Monday evening for Hew York. fact. Mr. Stetson ha signed written ACADEMY SCHOOL
Mr. U. B. Robinson arrived borne from hi. statements declaring Dr. Forbes Innocence CONFESSIONS( OF A, PRIEST. NORMAL AND PRACTICE: SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN 1 '

rya i last long week.trip down the river with PA"'....., and! agreements to stop, and I. 'Rev.. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake. Ark., BUSINESS COLLJCOB: '

the next day continues! more forcibly writes, "For 13 year.I suffered from .. SCHOOLS or.MUSIIO.ND ,.A.at) 'J I1
Mr. O. al Mllbura
wit. and Infant '
are Yellow
than ever to to Dr. Jaundice. I consulted, a number Law
try get Forbes Graduate
out. ,
visiting hi*mother.A'young admitted
(o Practice
Where la honorable ? of' physician and tried all sorts of I ,' .A Complete, In Florida without Examination.: I
dealing Where lI"t.1It
lady, one 01011. tourlat Correlated work In '
wkenretnrnlpg medicine,tut'got no relief. Then I be Manual I.TrUnlo- .
t from Dayton w.. Mopped by an..o. I I. true cltlxenihlp? 'Would you like gun the use of ,Electric Bitters and feel Ao Adequate)and Competent Faculty! of Instructor.' : '.."t. Stf

He took bold'of her wheel and top- to trust yoqrself In, his bands? Would that I.am.now cured: of disease, that I i.'d_ S fOverStOOiQOOIn WeD Selected sod Comp h.k1l1v. )(u__. 'h _
l. o ERAMilluMY.1 1 pod It, then Dragged her off tb* wheel., Hutbaraorecm you like to be the object" of his 'love? had me. in its grasp for twelve y an." A Splendidly' Bulldlnn and iulpmeot.*
+ : *:frightened bin ao Ibat be ran Equipped Gymnasium -
There want reliable medicine
Is for
a noble of you a
body A
Into tta.11 with !her bat to hi*band and studentt, Liver'' 4 Library of over EMMO Volume .e'
1/e'r. +t aba not bom* about prostrated with fright! loyal to Dr. Forbes, and they take and Kidney trouble, stomach For further
disorder 'or general debility get Elec.trie Information addreat tk.
/ << PreNdent.
jlto ought to be a waning toe ladles not to every occasion to express It. If you Bitters.: It' .
W. A.
". the If"-wheel J' uaaeoomyanl"" want to know- what will cause small, Allen and G. W. Fisher.guaranteed, Only by foe.'' << .. OMN.R. .O" E", P.,. Do, C.Wi... ,....' '
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