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 17, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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MAJOR'-Si. Clatr-Abrams, silently o 1 Stetson people say that Dr.
the effort to prejudicethe ooooooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooopooooooooooooo THE resignation would not General Merchandise c :

people of Florida against Stetson THE DeLand Record having published a list of 89 students who "left the stop the fIght; that it will never stop

University, until he could contain University for it don't know why," THE NEWS!: has secured the following until John li. Stetson iare-e'ected! as

," ; ;r: ''-- q himself no longer. On Friday the statement from University authorities, showing;( why 62 of the 89 president of the Board of Trustees. "

'i I, ,(, following letter appeared in tbe Jacksonville :- left, and we sincerely trust that Prevatt will read the list carefully. He The[ prospects therefore, are good Oldest Established House in tho City '

'. .. Metropolis: may be able to learn something from it:
that the fight will be taken into the

ettj)'L- ,t}. Jacksonville: Fla.! April 10, 190J. Fred. Block Atlanta parents were requested withdraw him I next world, where it will be con- DRY GOODS AND NOTIONSA.S'CIALtTIES.
H f. Johnson, : :
t Chlcuuo, Cbluuiro student' winter gunner only
,'r lv To the Editor of tho Jacksonville Metropolis, H. A. Ei mis, Chicago: .. .. .. tinued. Stetson will brobaWj furnish
V Ethan; U. fond JJuUiixl.AluryC. .
',', '; I must confess my surprise at the :. I'l '
\ ( editorials published in your paper of Momuu',1'. Alien, Le Laud, kiuilei unrten, 4 yean old. hundred. .
..... Hurry A. bulls UeLumJ left 'eb.l.t to tuna position as bookkeeper West Palm Ixncb. Hal _
yesterday afternoon. When the pend- a brothel still bcio New York Avenue and Woodlawn Boulevard.
ltuth i-runklin The Stetson side scored on Saturday -
ing suits against Mr. Stetson were be- Loesburg.wllluIt.Ware
.auekouuvllleprlvatereason.: Brother tlll here. when the'announcement was re-
gun you published a statement from audio J. Mace, Jacksonville, DeLtand Florida.
Sirs J. W. Chapman: ursuw, Itid. ,Illness of husband. Was special art student..Muybellu ceived that the University of Chicago
j, i me to the effect that my advice both T. liiuiiu, Loiitfv'lew, h)'., entered for one. quarter. Left for home last. December. was about to withdraw Its affiliation. a
to the trustees and Dr. Forbes would J. rruuk Btrlpllntf. J..e..o"vUle. simply wanted. to no borne; no reason Kl\en
Ikunms M. buuukvliurd 'luiupu Jill lJ..". SSI, llto. beutuie amity) moved to Tallahassee.Leo They will doubtless make the most of 2 4O+01 t HHO'I-o 1 o i-Oo\-o\ +o-z.o.I-o+c'H-O-I t 1
be to remain absolutely silent and not h. Benedict Jacksonville, left April Dili to take special work in physical culture.
; biuel llumlm,IJeLuuU this, which they claim U a victory, as
is to attempt statements to influence prior to the the pnblic trial.by Libuinu Uotfinuld VuiiSwuriiiKC'D A.. Head ueiiuud.MuiKuerito Chicago. left Jan.12th to spend winter with parents la Cuba: It Is the first one they have scored DeLand Real Estate Office.
lutiiiurs) ui.uud. since February. It is really too bad,
' Without knowing the facts and upon U C. uolius, UeLrfind now taking roifulurvork bar*.
Ihuiles Atuuy Ho)t, rurnuuillnu. however, that Stetson victory means
ex parte statements and affidavits In Artbur It. Pearson, Jacksonville. ,private. reason
3 loss of money, loss of visitors, loss of
a vile phamphlet circulated to InjureDr. Ada Maud Mai Hill"" ,banturu.fcleunur Anuloie., ill health. Keg-lnteled for spring-; left Marsh XV. business, to every man in DeLand. :eO\Lses E"or" : :Refit:
Forbes! eight-tenth. of which are Anulo Ituwls' iliuwoud.cr .
>stal Davis lie Laud But this what they are working: for:
nothing but hearsay and the whole of Katbarlnu M. Cocbrun St. AiiffUBtliie, 111 health of mother. ([f they can ruin the school and the t
the balance consistent Earl; 1 A. Snyder, jUuLaud lult! t>.OV'.1N to take pusitlou In fhtladelphln. Pa
: trauces L. E)Ica IJeUtud, Kit Uuu :M:& to take position In Jacksonville, Fla. town, their victory will be complete.Dr. City Lots Residences
with perfect innocence, you, by your Bessie M. Huinineily JJeLKud. lelt Marcli ey; puieuts, moved to Arknnaae.Villii .
\ J. Cusucir \v eat Cosuer lift Jan. :U, registered for two terms, but bad to leave on account
., editorial, fan tbe flame of prejudice of business mutters.Sophie Forbes Is now a verv small fac- and "Unimproved Property. y"

1 ... and deprive Dr. Forbes of that fair Irlullcc-sM:! 1>. Bond. rlundei-s l. LieUuid, HcLMDi, married; loft Oct.20th. tor in the tight.( It Is now) Stetson {

tlcrtrude Rivers do, 111,, for winter Brother still here. University and the town of DeLand
l rfad impartial trial of bU case which Compropst reidatertd only quarter. ,
j Forrest McKeudree Casey: 'loludu Uuio stated that he did not leave on account of trouble Taxes
of Jfon-Eesilfints
Property Cared! For and Pail
; the constitution and laws, as well as but because his luuiily muved to Nebiasku.: .. Hu went to enter Nebrasksv Uulralty near against John B. Stetson The Stetson

;; common justice entitle him to. I pro- Helen liia Mead new, DeLaud.home. people are not especially trying- Injure -

,; test against this. Dr. Forbes and the Urucu Harwell DeLand now taking work here. Forbes now; they are trying' to
LUlU Lutz abash. Alta. tourist; left toruortb with parents. Land sold for Taxes redeemed. ,
; S, trustees are acting by my advice, jieulub L. Itulllugeww'tu.treuula.. ruin the school and, incidentally, the
:' and I for Clara Da>'ls, Tulauuotua1'eau. town. Some of our townspeople who t
\ solely responsible their
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>ora t' Davis, lullaboiua Uciin. I J" R. 'l\Tetherell
:; : silence. If I were disposed to try this Adlee li. l>u\ls, luilaboina leun. have favored Stetson the past few .

:);,. case in the newspapers instead of be- ,finest-,;oUI'1.II"yIul'k.itlckei, Ju, Lude kllOnv'lUu.lult City: ill Health In lull; left term Jan.; wuaonly 28. here a few weeks; private reason months have deserted his camp since Abstract Office, between Post Office and Bank.
Herbert! Leslie liuiacs Iom.tly"I'II, 111 health; left beu: It. t
last Saturday. They were willingto
fore I could .
a jury publish a statement Charley: t. Pupa Jucksonxllle. health. ; loft Nov.: 1& t JoO+O+O-t.O'I.O.l.Q.I-O'K'H-o-z.o i +o-oO!
II "f(. which would show up this entire Houlains) Cviluiiiniin Jacksonville left' liotnuuo of death of father during.. fall term... sacrifice Dr. Forbes and his family: to ;
tlsn t' L'eOemunn, Jacksouvllle, "
persecution in its true and proper Murlon Howard, DeLund kindergarten; parents left town. please tbe old gentleman, but theyare
',," but I shall be deterred from rlorence. A. rrederick Miami. not willing\ to sacrifice themselves.And .
/ light not PLAYING
': John A. bolbeot" HiiMiua Cuba, left Nov.26 to take business position.Camilla WITH FIRE
'J, ;. tbe course I am pursuing:, neither will L. bhaw Muico.blla that's what they are now called
U. Cooper, Pniita UOI"' ". do. Endangers/ both the home and
j my client. laude J. .Il"cd.lIru'loll island here In Unlvenlty now. upon per
One !
Hubert \(. Bte*'ens, el.aud. son. may meet with a serious l
;:T.: ; FLETCHER'S LETTER ENDORSED. Claude: \>orle>, Autrustine. What has become of that brick accident while escaping( from, or _
-. Lillian lluiulin, be Laud, nun. u brother still In UdUenlty was put back In spring t.trm.tlonor .
:: : It is proper to state that the letter ; band stand, wltn the pagoda roof that attempting to save something ina
llutcbliisun DeLand, >Unwsa, has three sinters here now. '
published by you from Mr. Fletcherwas \l>rtlo Uupe DeLund.Mulle was to have been erected about three burning home.Why a.
:' 1'. Kejnulds, 'Jlanipa suspended :March! 3rd.Itiacu not be safe from pecuniary
submitted to me and that 1 most H. "talbbuiif, Port lampa City, left because of busloeumatters.Libel months ago? loss in either case? Carry
', A, bturke Orlando fart of 111 ---
) bemuse health.
heartily approved ot it. It corrected bliiulietb bilveinuil Daytuuu suspended! March llth.Hutcbinson We have heard more about the electric t
't a deliberate falsehood: which had been W. 1'ooacl'.lJotl.lluti. :. FIRE AND ACCIDENT t
: Uonlon H. Little uoUinU, preparatory work; left because Us father wassailed. a. reetor to railway to Daytona the past
published for one purpose only, anu Uvula kplsiopitl cburcn. few wetka than at any time since the
Estella >.ohu\e,Osteeu.Lottie IftSUfjAftCE
which you .bad copied certainly without Leonurdy Clstcen. water works n>ht. Wonder what the }
I making the slightest investigation Albert W. t:*. Little, DeLand., and the ]loss will. fall upon those
five hence
Jem-tee 8.: V. Little, De Land.V See above-Gordon H.Little .. tight! will be over ;years best able to
1 of its truth or falsity Christina A. Little DeLund,) when the same old subject is broughtup pay it. The Companies eo
Murlon i>. Duncan Uavuruo, private reasons we represent settle all claims
,: ,__ I have nothing; to do with any feel- John P. Uotbe-riuel Keudlnv, 1'...> Ul health. ; left Dec.8rd 1110.>>. again( ? promptly and are very liberal in '* ;.,(,,_
Ing that may= exist on your part Minnie B. huger, Du)tOil.... their holders.
Violet :M. MucLoj: iJa)'tonn, left against wl I.b..s of her parents who so wrot. treatment of policy
.? : against Mr. Fletcher" but your comments John H. Pope Jucksuavllle, private reasons. church, because that church and its SILAS B. WRIGHT UeLand Fla.
. r on Dr. Forbes are wholly unjust CHIC OO STUDKMTs.: pastor sustained President Forbes? 1

)-... -" and unfair. I am yet to learn that Cooper: Cox,,no such student" her this year. As a watchman on the walls of ZIonwe -,- --,------ t

either law, justice or morals shall relieve A. Lox, feel it to be our duty to give these
b. H. Latlmer, '
a slanderer of the duty of proving trances Ashley .. facts concerning this latest Innova- 0..0..0..0.0..001.00..0..0.0": +0+00.0.000..0.IlJ .

his slanderous or libelous accusations A-.Hooper iillluiun tion and we now leave the matter to
Chlcug-u atutltnta, wlater yusrt.r..ly. S)
and impose tbe person J.Hllliuan' readers to draw their
upon our intelligent

.e .. slandered the duty of proving a nega' --- MHO Patricks ClymentOlbeon, j own conclusions and act as God's ) (()) Iffi t

tive, as you demand Dr. Forbes shall Anthony, Spirit may direct. We cannot afford

do. If this were the case, then no N. Buck, to take up any more of our valuable
e Ave'Irelour, tourist, will come back In fall.
:, man's good character or reputation space discussing this matter. The
"Private reasons" mean. personal reasons and has no reference to trouble between Dr. < ;
would be worth anything. Dr.) Forbes Forbes and Mr. Stetson. day Is far spent, the night< will soon Waituntil '. ,4

has appealed to tbe courts and If The above accounts:: for sixty-two of the eighty-nine names on attachedlist. be upon UII and we must, be about our

these charges are true, let Mr. Stet. Chicago students ((12 this year) register only for winter quarter. They 'Master's business., you want to use your Hay-Bake, Mowing

son file a plea of justification and never take the spring term work here as our spring term contains only nine -..- Machine, Wagon, or other farm tools, and then r t

bring his proof forward. As the at- reek. and they must have twelve weeks. work to receive credit at Chicago.C. ( Dr. Forbes Does night to Stay. discover that they need repairing. '-

torney of Dr. Forbes, I challenge Mr. B. ROSA, Bursar, From I ho ArcnJIa Champion,.April

t Stetson to. justify the slanders and libels Stetson University. It was a source of pleasure to the ::Sa V""e :It: :Oon..e: Now. '"
that have been put in circulation --- -
editor to travel from Lakeland to De- t
r by his agents: employes and ment from the proper course that a DeLand and secured from them a Land Junction en route to Seabreeze

.... others and with his: fi'.l knowledge: lawyer must pursue in the conduct of I pledge of $",000 a year for two years, two weeks ago In company of Rev. T. i BERRY & KENT '

At the proper time and before the his cases.. My personal relations. with and more if necessary, to be used in J. Sparkman, who bad been in DeSoto ,

tribunal in which these cases are you are so friendly that you certainly establishing the paper and placing it county visiting!, but whose home is I NEW SHOP OP. RU'".
pending Mr. Stetson will be afforded cannot charge me with any Ill-feeling- now in DeLand. Mr. Sparkman is
the fullest opportunity to bring the toward you. When therefore, I auk: in Baptist and other home throughout one of the Stetson University trustees; 'o a o a ra o a o a a a rs a a

charge made, and we will also endeavor tbe publication of this letter It U be- the state at $1 a year. It U: evidently and Is thoroughly( posted on the Stet- --

to ascertain to what extent cause I feel it my duty to my: client Mr.\ Stetson's purpose and aim son-Forbes scandal, and, can convince

..: the torrent' of libel that has been that I shall call the attention of the to kill the Baptist Witness, recon- anyone who is open to conviction thata EMORY '
Dr. Forbes through news. to the unfairness of criti
poured upon public your struct the Baptist State Convention, good man has been traduced in the
papers in this. state ha've been with cism. That any newspapers should force the resignation of President effort to oust him from the presidency

his knowledge and through the pro continue a course which tends to poison of Stetson University. According to(
the Univer
Forbes and get control of
curement of agents; and at the proper the public mind to deprive Dr. sity. He baa shown his usual business his version It Is the old, old story of a CD OOLLEGE

time I shall advise him to discover Forbes of a fair and impartial trial, sagacity in the selection of his agents rich man who thinks he owns the ct

whether or not tbe constitutional to say nothing of the anguish pain | to edit and manage his organ. We larger part of this earth and thinks f
guarantee of redona of tbe press can and agony of mind indicted upon tbeln- the rest.
doubt If two more suitable men could he ha money enough( to buy 183Q- OXFORD. GEORGIA. 18O3 t 'i
be pervertedintoeuchgrossllcentious! nocent is unworthy of American
r themselves
have been found in the whole state to The trustee proven
ness that' after Dr. Forbes had challenged manhood, Impedes the cause of justice upright, honorable gentlemen who
engineer and direct tbldisorganising"
his accusers to bring their and is a greater debauchery of scheme than Brethren Holley and cannot be bought, and stand by their in the healthiest section
i hi situated ridge
on a high
made tbe subject morals than charged
into he wa anything
proof court public / convictions. Those citizens: of our
Clonts. Brother Holley only recently -
of what appears to me a precon against Dr. Forbes, if every accusation to us from the Methodist state who are so strenuously demandIng OXFORD Georgia! where there are no local cause to

certed system of libel and villlUcation against him was true. and has come only been in the state a little that Dr. Forbes resign\ his position sickueaa. The College will continue to make every

1 in certain newspapers in the state, repeat that neither Dr. Forbes nor over a year, and Bro.' Clonts gave up a* president of the college know effort now, as in the past, to send forth young men well furnished J
whose stole and only purpose was and the trustees will ,be goaded; with my ask. If Dr. Forbes
the pastorate some time ago and U not what they in physical atreugth, in mental training, and in zealous Christian
Is to attempt to forestall the verdict knowledge: and consent, Into any pub- now a commercial traveler, selling should icslgn it would be to go forth y

of a jury and to prevent, if possible, lication in the press or to and culminations for Baltimore house. He is into the world branded. No door wouldbe character.

4 the getting of a fair and impartial and recriminations calculated an pant energetic a man and with open' to htm. Or, if by chance he Courses leading to the three degrees-A.B., Ph.B.,, and S.B.

i jury to try this case.. to confuse the mind and to try the case close application young may develop into a found a aecluded spot to begin a new -are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in lif..

IB ANOTHER SIDE. before any forum than that which the successful journalist. The claim that career, some envious enemy would After the Sophomore year, opportunity is given for election.

'c I protest energetically against laws have provided. feel it his duty to warn the community : -
the paper 1* to be non-partisan and studies in the direction of the student's special aptitude.
-w the editorial in your paper of yester- ALEX. ST. CLAIR-ADEAMI. Impartial i* a delusion.. It 1 is ,unrea- that "he was once a bad man, had

day. J know all the facta in this case. that Mr. to be turned out of Stetson Univer- '
and absurd to -
.. sonable say .: Central pining Hall will offur rood food at actual soot, not to P....
,4/ ; 'You do not; but you certainly oughtto ; A STETSON ORGAN. Stetson would go to the trouble and sity," etc., etc., and his occupationwould ,ollars pet nioutli.' Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per month for sub b I

, ., know that there is another .side, I expense of establishing/ a Baptist pa- be gone. Dr. Forbes doe rightto z:;, ThU System Is under the Immediate supervision of 1& member ./ tile >rsa.7ty .

.er; a, and the fact that Dr. Forbes has been Baptist Witness GIns Some Inside per In Florida at this particular time stay where he la and fight for his who 'I. MlsUd. by aoouipetent and experienced matron

:r t". exonerated, three times after three : Information About New Paper. unless it 'distinctly understood rights and vindication where the t

p ": successive Investigations .of this matter From the Florida Baptist Witness April.. that It i la to champion his side of the scandal started. He has the large All neoessary expenses for the college year may be brought
; thould have entitled him to the of the In his home
Circulars announcing launchingof University controversy If he 1 la actuated majority people within $176.00.FALL .
__ 1 forbearance and silence of the respectable and unselfish desire city with him and with their backlog/
at Gainesville have by a pure
a new
Stateuntil paper 1
of the and can afford to make the
press build the Baptist support
the to unify and up
scattered broadcast over iiEPTJDIBBB17lees
been 4y
from the stand at the trial the facts't. this, movement, flgbt.; Some men might be willing to .. Tra-tai- Qpxuta
cause by newspaper
state aqd the people are asking/ ,
On both aides are given to the public. What doe it mean?"' After care why ha he not been helping the Bap- die for the,eake of a college, but no

'Instead of this you, following the and tist Witness all these year previous Innocent man should be asked to go address
Investigation Into the origin
lead of a base, unprincipled element to the University trouble? If he love forth with a tarnished name to live a For catalogue and other information,
of the enterprise are prepared
which, in the Inscrutable wisdom o| purpose to with authority that Mr.aphn the Baptist cause In Florida and ruined life for its sake. The man who vi',

i j Providence,, ha*" been permitted .to' say wand to why+did be with- created the college; I II Dr. Forbes, not President'
A BiJStetson 1* backing It with his prospers James E. Dickey;
', print little newspapers and to prostitute mfcney. and tbe paper 1* to be Ills'per draw"hi. annual donation of $100 to John B. Stetson, and the creator 1* ;
a noble calling, clamor for.the and should be: greater than his work.
c onal organ. We are' informed by our State :Board of Missions for aged! t-t

'4mclflton,>of- Dr. Forbes In asvance ; who know all the facts In tho minister!. and why did he cancel hi* .Ozi'oBD.6 nosaLi.: : '
tb. adjudication he seek repeat one Subscribe for Tarn News before ..... ';i
'of case that Ref ..J. B. Holley visited &DDu subscription of MOO to the pat- leaving for homo-11.00 per year; ,

r .. _" rprotest against tbis.v toron.'w/" ),II'. an* Wra\;; Stetson att*.ir.u>tl lay torVl&rr, .*, thi D.T.a.d'Paptist;. _!.'ba, 40 a .at*,

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Say lie Will Vila "Hands Down" In g Session | News Notes J 0 0 We make it ourselves i
Congressional Race. City Council. S From University < i from the Vanilla Bean.

O. Q. OODRINGTON, Publisher, From OalniMVIU Sun.Aprll:; o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooCOUNCILMEK o 00000000000000000000000000 o We know it i is pure.Here's .

Hon. James E. Alexander, of Volu
k : Buihnell Wood, The Stetson Junior
Subscription Rates.On ala In again proved
': : .Tear........;..'.', ......................$1 00 county, was the city a few hours I all and Wilson were .
Biz month................ ........ .......... 80 i yesterday. He was en route from the themselves worthy of the name they; ViJ//ILLi1EXTIb1C1 :
at regular monthly meet-
&, When paid In advance. When not paid In Tallahassee to his home at DeLand, I present bear by defeating the Day tona High
1 Uvaao will Super cent.Eattnd and .ing of the City Council held Monday
merely stopped over to pay a School team on Saturday last by a O
4 '1 la th. poitofitcc at DcLtnd Florid, short visit to hill mother and ulsters night. another good thing
M Moaad cuui :nutter.AdT FOUBTH OP JULY CELEBRATION. score of 6 to 4. It was a good game )
Mr. Alexander made the Sun an (. that we can guarantee-
.rtl lng rates fqrnisned on application agreeable call while here. He stated, A communication was received from all the time and the Stetson boys article of ( '

; c ; Addrmi all Communications and make in connection with bIll trip to the the local branch of the Woman'. showed great improvement in the 0) a pure - ._ .1 "

.rtrn 1 % beoks or money ordora THE WEEKLY pnyHble to NEWS state capitol, that he went In the Interest Christian Temperance Union. conveying union last two weeks. Daytona was clearly CR AM OF ART R- I-<
the intelligence that
: -- Do Land, Flu.%
1 of a number of hU friends. who for elaborate celebration outclassed and had no chance 01
wall preparing an
I FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1003. were candidates for various legislative on the Fourth of July and askIng winning except in the last of the #eP..55'5
positions, and was happy over
the fact that they were successful the co-operation of the council ninth when they ran in three runs. J G.W.FISI4ER. I .

: A fine portrait of Senator Sams without a single exception.As The ladles promised to be present In Campbell, however by a good throwto

waa published in Sunday's Times 1 Is well known, Mr. Alexanderwill person at the next session of the council Henley on second cut off an attempt 1 -
gSNS gN&ssgOrange !)
and outline their plans. No action rj svs Nft yft/g j
Union. be a candidate for
t Congressmanfrom to steal and retired the side
_ _, was asked for, and none was taken. : fl
tbe Second Congressional DIs[
The ice man ia displacing the trlct, and in this WORK AT SHELL PIT. before further damage was done.
connection he said
wood man in popularity-but only QUITE CONFIDENT."I : I The matter of removing sand and Curry pitched a good game for Stet- City Furniture and Hardware Store i.

the rich ice at buu am confident of winning hand. clay from the shell pit, to uncover son after giving several bases on .. through the '>,
can enjoy $1 per Will Hell than ever before to keen from t'ltr"'ln..r stork over ium- .
discussed and referred to .
I down, for Congress. If no new ma was balls in the first two innings h.er. G< 3idell! 'e ..3 1 at Tiny rtllroud Station th..comity '"lirht pre 'aI.I.oil all orden of

dred. _ terlal develons- to onnnsi. .' -- mo--_. T- .--'r---",nort the Street Committee, with powerto He pulled out of several bad holes 'IUVOormoreanht PRICES AS CHEAP AS CAN BE bOUGHT I IN THE COUMTY.ll ,.'',-

r Gainesville's public school will to carry every county In my districtover act. FINE SELECTION OF GOODS 10 SELECT FROM.
SEWERS AND CATCH BASINS. and proved too speedy for the Daytona WM. KOLMAN. .
continue in session .bix: weeks longer, Mr. Barrs. I am confident of O'Neill ,
A communication from C. -
players. Inglis played a good
:! t the teachers being paid by private winning, regardless of any other opposition and bid for constructing sewers and -- -
[ but with game on third handling groundersin 00000000000000000000000000
my race Barrs will HOW KIRCIIOF GOT HIS JOB.It '
: subscription. catch basins were referred to the
}a prove a regular cinch."I nice shape and stopping several, o Price of Ice ..
VE Street Committee, with Instructionsto g
do not expect to ride into Congress overthrows to Lim. is Had Been Promised To an Indian
1 f, The St. Augustine Record estimates -I secure other bids and report to Henley a g Iii Orlando. g
by the abuse of any one, there- from the Everglades.The .
council. good man on second nnd is always O ._
the value of the A.&
Hastings fore
potato my platform and the platform of
following[ "story" is from Sunday's
;]*' AFTER TELEPHONE!: FRANCHISE.Mr. found just where needed most. 100000000000000000000000000I
1 crop at $290,000. The crop :Mr. Barrs will differ In this .
respect."I Times-Union. THE NEWS does
Mitchell of the Sanford Telephone I NEWS promised to give its ,
has to heartily concur with the Governor score was:. THE
now begun go forward. Company appeared before the not vouch for Its veracity. The successful Information about the ,
in the of R H 2bH I
matter the disposition
: candidate landed Senator
of council and urged that his companybe Daytona 0000100 3-4 3 0 by price of Ice in Orlando, as comparedto ::1
the Indian[
War Claim fund I
; : Volusia coubty furnishes three believe for granted a franchise for local exchange Stetson -10002201 0-6 8 1 Sams was Otto R. Kirchof of DeLeon the price in DeLand. The facts i
it should go to pay the State who hold the Times-
.t'1 possible candidates for Congress, as debt. Governor and long distance lines. Q Spring, must are as follows: '
Jennings la wise on
follows Alexander of DeLand that Councilman Wood cave notice of We wish to congratulate the Day Union correspondent, and not THE Ice is sol1 [In Orlando 25 cents per
: ; point, and he will find that the
NEWS, responsible for the story:
an ordinance granting such a franchise hundred in 100 pound deliveries

: Sams of New Smyrna, and Dough. majority of the people are with him." tona team on having chosen Mr. The story baa just come to light of pounds j:
Sanford ajid ia
to the company, : a little more charged on a
erty of Port Orange. Councilman Bushnell gave notice of Herbert Dunklee as manager. He I I how the Senate escaped having a sliding scale, until for 10-pound deliveries "I

PORT OIf INCE. is a very clever boy and was kindness Seminole Indian for janitor. Senator I
an ordinance granting a similar franchise [ the price is $1 per 300 ponnda. "

It is laid that J. Fierpont Morgan peoUl Correspondence. to the Southern Bell Telephone itself to us while in that city. Dimick, not with the view of Riving: In DeLand the price is 40 to 45 cents

I ;& : is an optimist. Does this account Port Orange, April 13.-One of our Company. We do not know anything about some recognition totbe Seminoles. for in 100-pound deliveries. In smaller

for his gentlemen tourists returned to his The matter of flooring the fire truck their former their unanimous support among his amounts, the price is 93 cents for 100
A wealth-or does his manager, not havingseen
t Northern home with his heart sorely house was referred to the Building Everglades constituent'!, but purely pounds:l, payable In advance.
:, wealth account for his optimismt wounded. He to anything of him except for a from an educational and philanthropic "
expects return
early I Committee with power to act. The price [In DeLand is about tbre

He can probably afford it anyhow. next fall to have the wound healed. ENGINEER'S REPORT. few moments at the game. Per- standpoint, agreed to secure a posi-- times 8S high as In Orlando for small

Mr. and Mrs. Appenzeller and son The engineer reported that water haps his position was only honoraryand tion for one. of their number. A purchases, and twice as high: for 100-

: j, In the death of Frank V. Baker, have gone in a cruise down the Indian had been turned on at two points; he was not expected to take comely fellow, sparsely clothed, reported pound purchase

.. editor of the Sanford Chronicle, [ River[ In the boat Mr. Appenzel- turned off at none. From March 27 to interest in to Senator Dimtck before be This[ is only another I instanceof John -

- Sanford loses a loyal, true citizen let built. The Temple family accompanied 31 1, every service and all metres had any a e visiting e team. left home, and tbe senator gave B. Stetson's "philanthropy".

aDd the state of Florida a hustling them. been Inspected.' Average daily con- Mr. Jay :Monroe uninter.tionallycapsized the brave careful Instructions all to An c-lfort is now being made to secure -
The the overland from Lake Okee-
rumor here Is that they have of water route
uinptIon 't5OOOgallons., permanent orders for ice in sufficient -
newspaper man. Peace to his ashes. arrested the negro who assaulted the CLERK'S REPORT. a sailboat on Blue Lake chobee to Tallahassee. Meantime quantities to warrant the establishing -

young lady on the road between here of Tuesday afternoon and in conse- Senator Dimick wrote to his friends / of competitive ice business -
The clerk reported the collection
t1i ; Incandescent lights in Ocala cost and Daytona. among the Senators and secured a'' in DeLand. As noon as sufficient
a good .
135.34 In water rents during the quence got ducking.Mr. business. pledged/ an icehouse will" be
.. 30 cents per month each, with a discount Easter Sunday was a bright, beautiul month. e e sufficient number of pledges to secure built, a wagon put on, and the people
t,: of 10 per cent from the bill if t day. The Episcopal church was MARSHAL'S REPORT. Augustus Schmidt, a former the election of his copper-colored of DeLand will be furnished ice at
handsomely decorated friend as janitor. Senator Dimick one-half cheaper than they now
"1JI paid by the lOih of the month. This with flowers The marshal reported the collectionof student of Stetson, is recovering for it. pay }
and the house was well filled withan reached here on the Saturday preceding .___.
; is about 70 per cent less than De- $108.00 In sanitary fees, fines and I from a severe illness at his home in -- -
i appreciative the Monday, the date set For
I! congregation who listened TO CURE tOI.U 114\ OJ4K\ : DAY
dog tax. _,.'
: Landites pay. to Dr. Arnold's excellent ser TREASURER'S REPORT. Daytona. the caucus. He was slightly disturbed Take Laxative Broruo Quinine Tab

mon. The Holy Communion was celebrated 0 e at not finding[ the Indian -araped any lets. All druggist[ refund the money

An exchange says: "TallahasseeIs after the sermon. The music The treasurer reported the followng Miss Maysie Emory. returned on where in the neighborhood of Tallahassee -I [if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's

) usual bee of The two by the choir was truly harmonious.Dr. I balances on band : Wednesday from a short visit to On Sunday Senator Dimick signature! is on each box. 25c.
as a roses. .. .. 62
I Fire[ and water . ...$ 195 hired team and scoured the I
j houses of the Legislature hud the DuBois has been away attend. Bond interest .. .. .. ... 919 11 Jacksonville. a outly- \ .'
Ing the State Medical Association. General revenue .. .. _' .. 1109 10 e o lag districts[ but no Seminole was In Notice jf AtI.ihui.nt.In
; appearance of a bridle chamber". sight. Circuit Court ,Pevt-ntb Judicial Ctioull _
Mrs. DuBois spent the time of his An -
i BIidle is good. Will the exchange absence visiting[ Mrs. Total cash on hand. .. ..$2223 89 exciting game of indoor baseball I The next day Senator Dimick told County Voluslu State of Florida. .
Lefbury across James, E. Ah'xamU-r' J
please tell who; held the "reigns." the Halifax River. WARRANTS DRA.WN. was played on the Athletic his troubles. to Senator Frank Same ,... } .:lI5I.O.

I Mr. Needham Warrants were drawn In paymentof Field Thursday afternoon between It so happened that Senator Saws had J. A. Puarltrtt j
who has been coming 'I'lIE defendant J. A.Soarleti. Is lifi-chv no.
,; : All previous immigration records down here several winters, renting a bills as follows: the Elephants and the Buzzards.No a candidate for janitor the Senate, I titled Hint milt by attm huirnt. hag Wen

Pay-roll for March .. .. .$19500 and Senator Dlinlck promised to I InB'liiiii'i) nKiilimt! liltn on I Li. following du- 4 ,,
were broken in New York on Wed- house for his family, has bought a lot one injured.The support *"'rlbf'II"flI.t'rIY% : .;
on the river shore News PubUsbinI'Company.! .. 475 Senator Sam's! candidate[ provided SW I-I fir the.w 1.4of ""'032. T 16 5. H 80 E,
when and ia to erect a 11 e Q cuntnlnlnir I I tolly' iiurci (W> uixl th tit
Electric 104
nesday last seven steamships [ Light Company.. .... :
the Seminole brave did 1' 'F.-o"
home of his own before he ladies of Chaudoin not turn iliu 11 w 1-4 of SroB, 'ri'| f> H 80 -
returns Volusla Bank. .. 29
212 young
County '
tit'nln ml\ In "
-. arrived in with 8,378 aliens including twenty sor a & cuuuir,
port North for the summer His family Wesly McCormick. .. .. .. .. 275 Hall have suddenly developed dislike up. Senator Sam! won, and his candidate FjoIda.rcow .

Scandinavians, Holland will precede him North while Grant Bly. .. ... .. .. .. ... ... 1 61 a was nominated. The follow. u..h') IK you shall nppear tf) th. notion '
be Is .
,I so William Arnold.. .... .. 50 for candy. Mr. Edwin Benedict on Ih..IIr.t Mondity in )111.". A. P. luoa. Juduuiciil -
d. Dutch Italians and Irish. ed. .. .. ng day Senator Ditnick's Seminoleand by dcfnult will be tnkuii iiimlnat
,,. -- cnga E. W. Jamison. .. .. . .. 370 has bad several boxes returned a large but bottle located Wit Menu mv banil ,inn) tliu, Deal "I: Huld: you.Court !
!, -- l \V. C. Cannons. .. .. .. .. 750 empty were tills 6.II Uny of Fibiuury. A.U.' 101.JheiH.j ) .
'F The attorneys for the murderer, BEAUTY AND STRENGTH. Con O'Neill) .. .. .. .., .. .. .. 3000 with thanks. on the borders of the capitol[ Hi'Ik* "Clrrnlt rnnrt. V: olunlu AM L JOUDAN County. Fla., )I

James Tillman who killed Editor Are desirable. You are strong and G. A. Dreka & Co.. .. .. .. .. 2243 e e city. How he came into possession of Pope & PO|>H iiud U. >f 1I..n n..tt, ,

c ,. vigorous/ when your blood is pure. Sam Gordan .. .. .. .. .. 50 Miss Nellie Fletcher Sun- the bottle has not as yet been ex- AllorucyB for Coiuiilalnant.WATCHES '
t; Gonzales of the Columbia (S. O.) lany-nay, most-women, fail to properly Scott Hodgkin. .. .. .. .... .. 200 spent lained but it is ,i
not suspected that ----------------- -
.' ; State have secured continuance digest their food, and so become M. A. Drlggere .. .. ..... .. 18 50 day with her parents in Jackson- '
'Pi: a pale> sallow, thin and weak, while the J. A. Erickson. .. .... .. .. .. 60 ville. the opposition bad anything to do ,0(
; of the case which is now set for brightness, freshness and beauty of the VattsA Miller. .. .. .. .. .. .. 850 with it. Senators Dimick and< Same "
C. .. .. ..... .. 2 00 Q) 41)
doubtless ,kin and complexion F. Gilbert. '. are now endeavoring to bring about a .e.'
June. will
Tillman get this depart. Remedy C. A. Miller... .. .. .. ... .. .. 65 00 Mrs. Spangler and daughters have
unpleasant evil but
t. off with a short term in prison, if food by eating nourishing C. A. Wood .. .. ..... ...... 850 moved into Chaudoin Hall compromise, thus far it bangs !
and taking a small dose of R. D. McDonald.. .... ... 23 60 fire. The Indian is willing! that the
convicted at all. Herbine after each meal, to digest Thompson Metre Company. 100 66 e successful janitor dojthe: work, but he .

what you have eaten. 500. at all drug Council adjourned at 10:30.AT : Mr. Edwin Benedict entertained Is holding out for the pay. He Is wiling I
The Jacksonville is gists.
Metropolis 4. .
several of bis friends
p at a spread to sacrifice the experience.
fighting for cheaper electric lights, SCIENCE ...
A DELAND MAN HAIL. Saturday evening.Mr. .
, claiming that they can be produced HONORED. This Will Iiitvrait Oth.r.. WATCHES !
e e
At the Gf 1
each meeting of the State Med- Steward Brown gIves Lesion iu Mother Sweet
profitably at 30 cents per ical Object Chas. Campbell has been Gray's Powders for .
Association in St. Children Cure '
Augustine FeverIshness Bad
month. Wonder what DeLand people Meat Catting.A elected captain of the Stetson Junior
last Friday, officers for the ensuing Stomach, Teething Disorders[ Breakup

would do if they could get their year were elected as follows: De- valuable object lesson in household baseball team. Colds, move and regulate the Bowls ."

Witt Webb economics was that given by and Destroy Worm: THEY NEVER!:
incandescent lights at 30 cents each St. Augustine presi- Ci FAIL. Over 30.000 testimonials. At
dent; John MacDiarmid, DeLand Mr. S. I. Brown at the rooms of the The Daytona High School team all 25c.
per month Our arc lights are furnished druggists, Sample mailed. E have FineLineandrneet

the city at a very low rate. first vice-president;; J. M. Fogatty, domestic' Science Department In the will play two games of baseball in a
second School of Technology Thursday afternoon -
vice-president; J. D. Fernandez eLand this week at the University The Ex-Confederate Meeting:
this [ the .
being second exposition
4 secretary-treasurer. The
The important municipal elections next annual meeting of the association along that line, and to judge from the Athletic Field; one on Friday after- All who served in the armies of.the competitionnot

of last week resulted in victories will be held at Live Oak. increased attendance the first of the noon with the Stetson Juniors and late Confederate States are earnestly any

to neither political party to S's series was well accepted, while this the other Saturday morning with In requested DeLand to, on met Monday! at the the court 4th house day, excepting catalogue v.. -
4 one
was thoroughly appreciated by
any great extent; but they point to SAVE THE LOVED ONES1 hose present. the DeLand Public School team. of May, 1903, for the purpose of effecting prices.

- the fact that the American people Mrs. Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle, Col., Mr. Brown's experience steward The games will be called at 3:00 p. an organization of the survivors -
writes: "I believe Ballard's Horehound as ra. and 9:80 a. m, and an admission! of the "Lost Cause." Our
are thoroughly awakened to the im Syrup is superior to other cough and In the meat business came into I 01 25o will be own guarantee
any chargedor each John A. Bradely :J. T. Vinxant
of municipal ownership of medicine, and will do all that is claimed good play, ao that the thorough explanations Both have U.
7 portance game.; teams defeated amounts
M. Bennett, W. P. Edward D. L. to some-
for it, and it is so pleasant to take. My given and then proven In the '
public utilities. In Chicago, Gin Dayton* team in their own Wlckham T. J.
little girl wants to take it Snyder.
when the of half
cutting up a beef, showing .
..if z: clnnati, Cleveland, Toledo and other has no need for it." Ballard's Horehound where to select best for desired town, and as these are to' be the 5 thingas \ve are hereto
it is
f',... cities the municipal ownership candidates Syrup is the great cure for all portion for a particular purpose, games expected that a A Vr.... M.... Jolc*. back it
pulmonary ailments. 25c. soc. and $1.00at strong attempt will be made to get up.
,, were elected, and even in I all druggists. 4. where the moat palatable cuts are tobe even and a good game is expected companies often prove that ,
they have no conscience: The
wO Philadelphia the successful canditp > found, and the real money value of on both day The line-up of the Instance shows that they are following equally

; 'date is said to favor "reform." the different parts, was indeed a rev- Stetson Juniors will be as follows: lacking in a sense of humor. A public In your Holiday thoughts let '

American hickory is the best wood In elation to most of those assembled. P., Inglin; C., Campbell; 1st 1 b., body, noticing a large Increase In their them revert toW.A.All

;f The Italian is said to be taking I the world for fuel. If its value ia reck- While the entire subject was of unusual Ware; 2d b., Henley; 3d b.,'Curry; water bill!, suggested to the company \0

oned at 100, oak la worth 84, beech 6fi .uterest, that portion of it showIng BS, ,Marks; 11., Clow; cf., Tilden; that perhap the meter might be out of ntSCo.: ,
:the place of the Irishman as saloon and whit ping only 80. the careful order. Ia
l.. housekeeper how t.o rf., Oautter. reply they were Informed As they are well prepared to i

'..;l keepers in the large cities. The \._. ,economize In meat buying without i S that the meter had been tested and meet all problems. '

;: *:Atlanta Constitution asks if this SAVED TWO FROM DEATH. stinting, was the most InterestingAH -. Too KnowThat. Ton Ar.Taking was found to register quite correctly KT Every statement we make
-.i "Our little daughter had an almost this subject will be followed by when take and that,directions would at once be U also guaranteed .
: Grove' Tasteless
will "cut Ice" 'in politics. The you given to replace it
any fatal[ attack of whooping cough and with another. Evi.
""W similar object| lessons all bearing Chill Tonic because the formula Is
"'i saloon men have been great factors"illa I bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- I along the same line of different oblects plainly printed on every bottle chow- dently aa accurate meter does not meet I W. A. ALLEN & CO.
land of Armonk, N. Y. "but when all the views of a water .
and lug that It is simply Iron and Quinine company.-Lon
; politics In the trade centers, and an unusual Interest being 4'
don Chronicle.
other remedies failed, we saved her life II in a tateleu form. No,Cure,
.oat of the Irishmen are Democrats. with Dr. King' New Discovery. Our ahown talks: the Wednebday afternoon no pay. BOc. L ::
will prove very poptlar, and
nUtte who had Consumption in an
_ ,.Tb.Ita1ians.sre i Republicans, M abut I advanced those of our people who have missed -,- -
also used this wonderful
the ,
previous meetings will find
I' .; not clannish as the It time -- -
so medicine and today she is perfectly well spent to attend these
iih; For the two years 1901 02, well." Desperate throat and lung diseases in the future. They are for the pub-
. .' t.. arrived yield to Dr. King's N{ w'Discovery lic at large as well as for student Grove's Tasteless CL Tonic ""
!, srlj 850,000 Italians .as as to no other medicine on earth. After the meeting of last Thursday ,

;/r 4aunlgr&nts to the United .States. Infallible for Cough and Colds. SOc some light refreshments were served I ha stood the test 25 years. Average Anntial SaIesy One and Halt I
'- and $ioo bottles'guaranteed: by W. A. --being products of the scientific bottles. a MmIfta __'.
'i would L Does this record of
,ibI.; vote;if polled together, W. Fisher. Trial botie. kitchen and it : .--.1 to yoq1
Allen and Ceo. %- !goes without saying 0 Care. No Pay. :soc.
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e .'. 4 a tender pity that left him a suppliant Ing edging. Hem a strip neatly Just I KEENE'S GREAT COUP.How ;k

'1 at her feet. WOMAN s below the scallops and also to the facing .. .

,; ,' FOR LOVEtk : But now, a few hours later this was won ]I) of the garment, gathering at the
forgotten. Something in his lawless latter place if the embroidery Is gath-

i: OF SHORT i il nature crowded out all sense of gratitude !- ered. Then, if the silt Is just at tho He Made His First Three

{ '* and left only the selfish pride of point where the edging Joins the gar

't' l. ': By FREDERICK WHITE t man In his conquest. ment It will be easy to beta the edgeof Millions.BIG :; ;

\ ." .. They entered the park and sat down the garment to the re-enforced embroidery .

'+, : upon a bench partly sheltered from MISS GENEVIEVE WILSON. to distribute' the
taking pains
Xi 'I Copyright I80t by McClurt't t BEAR CAMPAIGN RECALLED :m L
,,r ?,,1 y('. .,. Newspaper' Kuntllcute + passing eyes by a bush.Maggie's gathers. It the break Is tar'. er up In
face looked white In "Tb. Heroine of Manila" I Now *
f ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' '.'+'+" the growing dusk and her were Health InMpeeto*, the ",work a neat darn must be put In.
t eyes I When you have ;your embroidery thus Incident In the Early Days of time
Maggie Dolan's first dream of love fixed on the ground. Miss Genevieve Wilson, society girl protected It will wear ni long us the Faniuun !Stuck Ol..r.-Ill. Kx" >erlenee THE SIGN OF {t
Shorty shifted about uneasily and army nurse, ministering angel 1 to stricken I
was Inspired by Shorty Mcdovern. garment Itself-a desirable thing for
then, in lieu of anything better he soldiers In the far oust Is health inSpector I n. it CnrbMloiie Ikrolter lu GOOD TAILORING II
He had danced with her three times nothing is more slovenly than to wee a tA
put his arm about her shoulders. for the elvle sanitation of the Son 1..n..l.oo-lIo." He Won Ills "
garment minus halt Its trimming or ,
the ball of the Iliippy Friends'
at association
; The shivered and drew residential Stride
girl away. Oranges that wealthy section with the edging caught to it In such .
and had escorted her Here is the Oak-
home great
I "What's the matter, said Shorty. of :New Jersey; a manner as to lose half Us width. Insertions In Owen WIster's popular story "The
afterward. Unfortunately for her "You're not afraid of me, are you?" A woman of many titles Is :MlsxWII- !I Easel now on display at
mended In the
are same way Virginian, the author tuk'x for his
.of mind, Maggie had not in sold the "I'm afraidof the k
peace- "No girl; more son not bestowed by the governmentor being careful to have strip of our store. It contains
hero nurtured In
a youth n Houlltl'rni'n'II'
spired. Shorty with anything lu purtlc- myself" incorporated Institutions, but conferred I I cambric wide enough to reach both line of beautiful new spring '

tnlar.IIe, This was beyond; Shorty's compre- on her by her udmlrers lu the sides of the Insertion.:: mnent mud transplants him to sent f'
tailoring samples us by
was good natured, and bad hension. "You're what?" he asked various sections of the world in which the plains of tilt far west The product

danced with her because she did not roughly. she has lived and worked. She Is one I I Mavhrouui Pluonwhlou. I la an uncommonly Interesting STRAUSS DR 0 S Chicago
"Oh Shorty" cried the girl earnestly of Virginia's fair daughters Her father young man keen In his sensibilities,
seem to have many partners.He As a rival to the radish tomato apple Good Tailors for 26 YearsThe r M
"can't you understand that it's allover Confederate:: officer mud
was a mentally alert, n bit romantic yet
and fashioned
tiny pumpkin which
walked home with her because
now and we must not see each none hud better claim to the title of Oak-Easel is the '
stonily practical fond of
of silk appear on mlludy's dressing ta I : a loving wom- .
they happened to dance the last waltz "
other any more? "southern belle" than she.
I IlJle as pincushion, the mushroom has mun fond of a /good\ homo' plucky always connecting link hetweenthe
t together. Then he forgot all about It 1
"What d'ye; mean? he demanded."Don't She held her court the I
but Maggie did not. among young made Its debut. This Is the quaintest able to /glvo\ mud to take hard tailor and ihe faultlessly finished -
you know I'm going to take you ami of Virginia until she
. men women /: '
and most of all these knocks resourceful and cool In
I captivating reproductions everyemergency.
Had she known Shorty's professionhe away tomorrow. I got some money determined to forego the pleasures of garments which give
if Is
and it skillfully made .
was a burglar-she would have left and," be added magnanimously the ballroom for the arduous duties ofa so much pleasure to
looks If woodland trophy. James It. KoeiiO time you
us truly a great I stock op
had nothing to do with him. But she "we can get married before we go If hospital nurse. To lit herself for the
It is composed of cream: colored Bilk ('1'11101''ho has the ri'iitcr of time stage wear. It's really a lessonin
ti only knew that he was whut she coiildered ;you want to.
the top or umbrella stuffed with cotton 11&:11111. |I" not ; l blith. but
handsome and that be talked Maggie laid her head upon the top I M Virginian\ 10) good clothes buying t to
to make It i suitable to stick plus his '
Vlriilnl.i hood
was lioj environment
most attractively about books. rail of the bench and began to cry. see this great collectionof
Into. The tuusTTroom In tinted skillfully the, ""I'W'urlt ller.ilil. lie
} She was young, very young, and no "I can't do It. I won't do it," she novelties. '
I In water colors, a shade/ of brownIsh born In London of north of Ireland tailoring
iman or boy had ever paid her so much sobbed. "You must go away-alone.
;yellow being used., Tim base of the stock, )but, curly\ In life \\n* brought( ; to Prices low and .II.fao.
(attention before. Shorty did not know what to make
+ pincushion consists", of several I tiny America liy his. father, who! came hero tlon absolutely 4\>&rf .
Being afflicted with an Imagination of this. What did the girl want If she
'i '' cushions. of silk to suggest the tlllllOUof to ineiul Ills fort uses. Like tin I hero, of ..... Cot.ll soon. ,
: ipbe gave herself up to dreams lu which did not want him? Why hud she visited
growth from which the mushroom "Tho \lrglnlaii.: It was In the west !
Shorty was always the predominant him in the prison, worked for him
( I I springs. The "umbrella" Is supportedon that ICc'ono rouitdod out Ms, yonnf; man
? '' iflgure. On her way to and from the lied for him K she did not want him ? ; ; F. W. KOKSTER.nilel
I a slender stalk of wirecovered with hood Ho had. heuuu the study of law. .
[factory she was continually on them "Aw come off," ho said gently.
white silk. )but, found It lillle I to his. tasto In
(lookout for him and every evening sho I I "What do ;you want, anyhow?" -- -- -
tMinstu ci.tinly, Cul., ho was "successIvoly -
I [surprised he," mother by putting on I ".fhlll.:2.P..111: the girl springing to her I A Clever Bntcirrmttnn. a "cow punrhcr." n newspaperreporter I I of Wall street, and there to snip-

()her best drcsb In the hope that he dashing the tears from her A hose attachment supplying I twen nil 'clllol'I u ",'lwoll'hl'l'nndlit / plo with the redoubtable\ .Ja)' Gould.

[might come to see her. ButtttrCrTyt'mever .s: "I want you Jo go away where: ty-five Inches of small rubber pipe to one time he roMirtml. to the idling. / In the early seventies the stocks of

came. He bad other business i will never see you again What I didI ; tho kitchen sink faucet mind ending lu of inllU to make livelihood. In thosednys tin Honiny.u: mines were away up lu

I on band if not more attractive at least did because I loved you, and I am a common spray nozzle will be found his whole Imomc fur \\-oektiften the cloitils. Suave were quoted us high

remunerative so Maggie looked glad of It-glad that I lied for ;you and I a great assistance to cleanly dishwash would, not hll11111'1'11:1".1: the porfeoon us :"HO:; or GOO.: Mr. Keonu conceived the
and waited in vain. I It I got off." I notion that these values rldicu-
;you ing. The force of the stream penetrates ( which he. now Iviirs: to pieces with were
t t I Shorty had just pulled off a good Shorty looked at her In wonder. lie corners and genius of tinwarenot his tooth and, throws! n wny In the courseof luu-ily excessive. lie believed, l the bubble -

(thing so good that the police were could not understand this girl. There 1 easily reached by; the usual methods n harrowing: day over the stock tick bud been Inlluted almost to the

almost as much interested us the .vie- was something In her beyond his com- and does It so well that the most er. point' where it would have to burst,

jtlms of the robbery and that meant prehension. I Indifferent maltl will welcome the 1 Rorv- Young; KOOIM drifted. to San: Kninelsco. awl! he laid his plum 1I'col'
( rouble.I I I I Ills confidence in himself was weak MISS GENEVIEVE WILSON. Ice. It is In the corners and neuuis of Tlint city w.is:\ then forking;: In the There unil (then begun time llrst of those e

I Shorty realized this and resented it ening. caring for the sick of all nationalitiesshe cooking utensils that bits of food sometimes throe. of the .iilil mining I'eM-r. Fortunes famous boar cumpulgim, In which be

ibecause It Interfered with his reading.He "You better come with me Maggie," went abroad and mastered the remain to decompose and perhaps \vcr belli;.: made III. u Uiy. It became BO xklllod\ un nilopt us to win

[ always read voraciously-between lie siiId. "I'll promise to be good to you." German, Italian and French languages. produce ptomaine poisoning.A was nil environment Unit npponlodstrongly the nickname "Ursiw Major."

itlines-and, with the wherewithal for "It Isn't that" went on the girl. "I Returning to America she took up her to, a nmii, of Krone's I'mprana'll. I With the instinct of the true "plun-

islz months' comfort on hand, he hatedto told you I was not ntrald of anythingbut course in St. Luke's hospital Denver, I A Hint to Home Dressmakers. lie hint gone to Virginia rity! 11..1.;" he hitched bit gniut-to the limit of

be disturbed. lIe knew, in that myself. I know what you are-a where she won from admiring doctorsthe A little mother, whose home Unties =Nov., after his cow 1 punching mud,, mill I his resource' Mo /got\ together everyavailable
mysterious by which thief and I know what I liar dollar, of hiS uiul 1 all he
way police news am-a title of "Little Wonder. At the are numerous and onerous as well pe.I<.IlII1;: days and. had gal together; own
to those most that and I know what both ought to be could persuade, hit. friends' let him
travels Interested we outbreak of the Spanish war she volunteered saves herself much time by a practical I Holnetliin; like $1 Imiomiu.( ) This wax his i to
be was under suspicion and, much and I can't do It. We could never be with the lied Cross and was bit of forethoughthlcli all mothers San l-'nmcNrn" capital.I Ills llrst' lileawiis : ImoMt' on l'OIll III 1"lon. He began a

against his Inclinations, he was preparing happy or good and-oh. Shorty! I'll sent Immediately to Chlckamauga. Her with growing daughters ire sure to appreciate. I to practice' l.iw, but the specula- systematic literary cuuipitljii; imsiilllng> ;

to leave town until the atmosphere always think of you as ;you were that next stop! was to enter the service of In making her little girl's the virus! was In his veins, and hU what he 1'l'gul'I1I as hitluted values
should clear. night at the dance, before I knew and I such, u I<1.llh'll'lIlI1pl1lgl1 us> he bus since
the United States: government as army dresses she takes a large tuck In the III11'rullllclu! : : \\annril, It to fe\er" heat.
r! In the meanwhile Maggie had! become go-rgo away now or 1 can't stand It." nurse. under side of the hem and when the I' Most"' of Sail l l-'ranelseo's IIII1.11,111"| ">sIn been. licensed. of Inspiring against: tiTt.iln -

almost desperate. In her primitive i Shorty began to realize something of t For one year she was stationed lu the small gown is crawling up to the knees, thorn ilu.VH consisted. \ In the settlement smacks nearer Wall street. Then

way she was very much In love, the tumult in the girl's heart. Philippines, and her brave deeds among instead! of ripping out time hem amid go- I, of iiilnin; elalnis. Thoselilcli lie I be;':an to sell while others: who

and to see Shorty again was her one He felt rather than understood her the wounded soldiers there won the title Ing to till the. rouble of putting, It In were nut ml I .lusted by the shotgun; nni! laughed; ut him und thought him u crazy

thought day and night. Her fancy struggle for her ideal. of "the Heroine of Manila" Nest again she has only to cut the stitches I rllle view Hornet' hues nettled. l iI.\ litiuntlon. !: man, continued to buy.

wove a glamour about him that even He knew that should be take her In she was sent to Nagasaki/; where grateful In the tuck and the little frock Is Soon they suw Keeiio' predictionsverified.

Shorty himself would have repudiated his arms even now she would not be patients named her "Angel." Seven lengtlJeued.I So Ki'ene'H" Inv| oxpi'i-lonri' wns! only I Tin stocks weakened und begun
;wIth scorn bad he known. able to resist him. I land of the to tumble Then they went down
months she spent In the fuel to the fI I,r'. Flood., r (lr mud O'l'.i-l-
Then came the arrest for the powers Something of her Innate desire for mikado, and when she was ordered I Shrunken Flannel ouen> tho ruling; spirits then In SanFrunrloco's down, down with u rush. It was almost

bad been too much for him at Inst. what was good and true stole over home again she had made the circle of It H possible to wash tlunnels with Hpociilutlvc world. They : u collapse. The bubble bud

Maggie saw It in the papers, and a him, and to his everlasting credit be the globe. out shrinking them, but the average ami others were ii 1I"I'lIl1IlIlallll: great 11I1I'jlt.l Some of the stocks fell to
of her hero the shock did not resist it. :L':." mud 30.> Jim K lu the thick ut
,r picture brought Her last government appointment laundress does not know tho process. fortunes' tindi his nose" us It weir > 'II 0'.

home to her with sickening: directness "I guess you're right Maggie," he was nt Fort Maynrd. N. J., which posi- Therefore It is worth while to know The uppeal' to his Instincts. and Imagination ; It mill .stood selling ant l doubling; up

E. '. ;k She was dazed, stunned hopeless, but said brokenly. "I thought we could tion she resigned to go to the Oranges. how to restore shrunken garments to \\iis In'oxKtlhlo.'. lie noiMiue u ami "selling ajraln. und when the smokeof

M; still in love. Without saying; anything have gone away and boon happy together I New' .lersey Is determined to decreasethe their original size or something like It. "curb-Moiie. 'broker" and wool found It battle had: cleured he foil ml himselfworth C

to her mother she visited Shorty lu but-I guess you're right. death list from contagious dls- Try laying the article to be restored on lint only, more" con;':.'iihil. but t 1I1.>.'eproUtllhl $::.(>(:.ll.tiMi.

the city prison. There was a world of gratitude In eases, uiul :Miss: Wilson's specific workIs the ironing board and lay on It n pieceof ', to 1 be u broker than u law The U.iuk of California fulled. Its

I, Shorty -was very much surprised but hoi- eyes as she raised them to him, to carry out the plans of the Civic cheesecloth which bus been wrung ;)'el'. Ills first't M'lituros' were eminently \, 1)I""l
1 appreciated the attention although the and his own eyes grew misty. I Sanitation association. Philadelphia out of cold water Press with a hot successful and \\Illilu a few months toil Htilclile. Fortunes were sweptaway

girl's grief and disappointment In him "Goodby," be snld. Press Iron until the cheesecloth Is perfectlydry. panic had Succeeded optimism"' ,
h" hail, Inc-reased Ids railtal| /( to i 10110. l-:: >.-
4 (she bad Impulsively told more than She placed her hand In his and they The garment will show a nm rkellImpro'em'nt. Ii.. began l to Imlului< : the dream of and 1 tliiunelal, I affairs on the PuclUc

she should) annoyed him. stood there for a moment neither daring I The Art of O..lalr. bei-oniltitr" n 1>11111111/.11 king; fur other slope uppi-iirrd to bi going.: to everlasting

Though more or less callous In regard to say a word Then he turned and Women generally do not do justiceto deals soon added, to Ids funds.He ; Hin.i-">h. Mr. Keene bull made -- !

to the right or wrong of his calling walked swiftly away pretty gowns because they have not !'i A Door stop. also lie;.:aii to dream of winningn ; in.my cordial (enemies to the number ..----

,1 he would have welcomed respectability She saw him for a moment in the learned how to put on their things Much damage may be done to a wallpaper 1 In I'ld,'. Ho had riot: and greatly admired of which he bus> aildcil largely since. ,

If he could have afforded it, but glare of the electric light, and then he smartly or even neatly. They have acquired or even to the wall Itself: by the Miss. Sarah iilnuorleld.; ; 1. thIUIIIII'I' I tut: b.> liHp-vl to orgimizi a syndicate

now It was too late, and lu his heart disappeared In the shadows beyond. I the art of dress, but not the banging a door handle key againstIt. of who had to rescue' the Hank of Culifiirnlii. Then
( ; \ u Viiylnlnn./\ g1l111'to
be resented this too. The first visit Half an hour later there was a knockat still more subtle art of dressing. Puritanism An easy device for preventing this:: t'lillfornla" m to \lslt her brothel'. Judge he ll;';iirnl tii lilt $:;:.uxXCKju of profits
Mrs. Dolan's door She wiped her and a homemade om, Is to take nil and cider the mlvk-c of his
led to others and In the devotion of dies hard In what has been William P. I anjtorUoM> or the United / physician
r.' hti the girl Shorty saw a gleam of hope eyes and opened it eagerly. termed our "great medlocrucy." Even empty spool 1 to pad the top with Home Slates circuit, court Voiiny;: KeeneprcHsod In* ilerlil.'il. to X" to Europe: for n rest

He was not entirely Hellish In this "Mother," said Maggie: "can I come If money Is abundant there is 1> a rooted wadding and to cover It nil with some his suit with all the cnerg amid to recoup his", somewhat weakened

matter. If be escaped his term In home?" feeling that "true piety"1 can only be material us nearly matching the cur astuteness he afterward displayed In health.

prison he would do the right thing by I expressed by dowdiness. Dowdy Ism is pet In color as possible:", then puss n the manipulation of n stock pool Hut On hisMiy to Kurope he stopped L

+ Food of theSoreecia!! Owl. a disease> and n deadly one. It has itschief brass headed nail through the spool luiu., lie OMT In Wall .street to hate n look at

s her.lIe would take her away with him The little screech owl, well known In seat In the head (Inside:: and out- and drive it into the door a few Inches the snubbed judge the bitterly aspiring opposed youth' spoke of Jay Coiikl: and ho postponed that European

and marry her but for some mason or most parts of the country, is Indefatigable side) and In the neck, and Is also the from the wall or where ;you wish the him us "an upstart curbstone; 1 broker"> trip for some years But that

f, other he never told the girl this. In its work of destroying mice result of our too faithful Conduess for door to stop. __ and tlirciiti'iicd. to disown the sister. If U unotlier 14101')'. or, nt least. another

So It was that for pure love of him and Insects. It may often be neon at old anti shabby clothes she should him. Hut Keene fhupter 1 In the extraordinary story of
... him establish dusk hovering about barns and out To It avoid the I Bedroom Window, marry thl'tlftl'l! operator's uud downs.
:Mtijjgle agreed to help escape one DlII>! Scylla bedroom window should beprovided won his. bride' In splto of opposition, tips
j an alibi, although she knew from his buildings watching for mice or skim of an untidily unfashlouubly dressed Every mid. married. -- ---
they were
l own lips that he was guilty. ming along the fields and along hedge- bead and the Charybdls of a badly with a dark grew: shade to Ilnnlly: had they lI'ttll'd' down tohousekeeping \\LKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES.I .

i''r- With the aid of a lawyer, who asked rows In search of grasshoppers, crick. arranged nock.( A smart woman has keep out the early morning sunlight. when he bad to face hlofIh."t much afflicted with sciatica
need not be hollund strode, was ,
birds of this It a heavy
ets and beetles. Many
I no embarrassing questions, they concocted all her gowns made at home, and yet ,, Tin market wentth' f
SerioUS '
which out air ns well as light. E.d. C. Nut Iowa\ille, Scdgwick
have taken a residence In keeps wntus ,
the defense. Oil the day of the up she Is never n dowdy. And why? Because I In ISTti. anti
curtains of dark cheesecloth hung wrung way om day Co. Kan. about crutches
Side "going on
the cities having learned to teed upon ,
trial Maggie went on the stand. Pale she knows how to put them on.lIeI' .
rod underneath the white shade Mr. Keene saw his \\ liolifortune and deal of paiu. T induced -
from suffering was
that most destructive nuisance theEngll..h a a !
of face but exalted In spirit she hair !Is well done, her neck smartly ,
liven: hishousehold
to draw out swept away Into chaos. Snow Liniment,
und thin
soft enough
t In winter rural residents are to try Balard'.
wore that on the night of the robbery sparrow. swathed and her veils! gloves shoes
l effects sold out lit auction .
window frame and wore which 1 used three soc.
of the \
t Shorty had been with her, In her !home, often notice the tracks of mice, and boots are always fresh and per I sight against .
since then the
a. effectual In creating a dim, religious Many u bottles. is the greatest liniment Iever
which form networks In the snow, are I 1
jmtll o'clock.Fortunately fect of their kind. Dowdies are born I
.; light conducive to slumber. stock wizard. has dropped on n turn of med ; have recommended it to a
for the success of this crossing'and recrossing, passing In and not made. An undue humility has
J 11 few points In the market\ double or number of persons, all express them ;
.., tory, Maggie's mother could not deny'lt out of walls and stacks tending to much to answer for. The typical "wo- treble the $:iO.OH: ) ) that he loot then sehcs as being beuefitted by it. I now g

,> for she had spent that .night. away show how active these small rodents man of no importance" soon goes to Cooking a Steak. and tins only smiled. Hut at that time walk without crutches, able to perform .

trom home nursing a sick friend. are when most of the world sleeps. pieces on the rock of dowdylsui. A few There Is a right and wrong way to It was his. a II. Its loss bud left him a deal of light labor on the
of Occasionally such a track stops but accessories are an cook beefsteak. The wrong way is to Il'at
Broken hearted at the smirching gowns many farm." and $1.oo at all drug-
the good name of Dolan, she asserted abruptly, and while the observer is tryIng antidote to this dread disease.Fals put It in a cold pan !and cook It for penniless.Itcfusliig So. 4-
offers of employment convlneocl gists.
time side thus. permittingthe /; _
written some on one
read of the
be. to more history -- --
belief that her daughter was
her that hl't111111'\ (' lay In the
;(witched and shaking her Hat at Shorty In the snow his eyes catch the faint I .. Ambition. juice to escape. The right way Is yet field he resumed curbstone The II III of Cellar Door. i iI

threatened vengeance until suppressed Impression of a pair of wing tips near Ambition Is an excellent thing but to put it in a pan containing n little speculative and know a hill not far away i i
he boiling fat and to turn It at the end of operations In n small way finally children always love to play ,- him
2> the court.I where the trail ends and Instantly unless Its object Is higher than to fit Wh.l ..
y Hindi friend of Senator l-Vllon who and smooth and lows fd
both sides a The hill 1st straight !
I Her evident animus against the prisoner Is. made aware that a tragedy has been one merely for society then it !Is an- a minute or so. thus settling was powerful factor In llnance.: When For little folks 'tl. better BO.

had an effect directly opposite enacted. Screech owls also feed on other name for foolish pride. No one and retaining all Juice.A time senator became assistant: treasurerof "

from that which she had hoped to pro- chipmunks shrews,' moles and occasionally can happily shine In society whose retire The coaatlnii there I.l very nice
tho 1nltl'tllt"M: \ and to
S iduce. bats. During warm spells In character is not of the right sort. Oth- Dumreroo* Practice. WIthout the cold of lOW and ices
his alibi materially
It strengthened '
A and dangerous practice is from tho San: l< 1'11111'1"1'011111111| : ; Exichnng' You slide In Bummer fall or spring, ,
? winter they forage extensively and erwise the shine soon wear off, show- common &
and much to the disgust of thepolice ho. offered to sell his seat In But need not bother sleds to bring.It .
to throw outer garments on the bed. / "
acquitted. store up In their homes quantities of Ing the poor material beneath It. I
,, [(-. When Shorty the dwellers was of the tenements food as a provision against Inclement There are some women! who enter Into Considering that they come la contact I that bourse to young Keene ami agreed Is the Harem hill I've found; i
to trust him for the lUonl' '. The arrangement Sometimes tumble to the !
with all sorts of undesirable objects you
weather. kind of work simply crOQD4
\> fwlih to.be alone and undisturbed they some philanthropic called But 'tis not far have to >
made was that when you
Inimical to daintiness If to nothing ;:
this -
for the sake of the notoriety It will I IYour
meek: the comparative privacy of a park And would not hurt a child at all. ><
should to SenatorKelton
Mlnln else. Clothing worn during the day upon :Mr. pay
bench. On the evening of his release Getting Rich In give them and not for the lave of It. '
I Two brothers, Chuck and Ferdinand, The highest ambition of some mothers should be removed from the bedroomat wh.itovor\ price ,seat ion the exchange It's very near your home, and *a \
met the girl by appointment
//Shorty ;
inUht be bringing nt the time mother 'II always let you go, i
'and together they threaded their way started out to get rich in the mining Is to have their daughters brilliant night. of the of the loan. i. For then she know you're right n.a by
;through the crowded streets to one ofthe business. Chuck went to the mounI belles of society who will capture rich I calling And she can hear you I)01 cry.
u Inflamed weak and sore eyes, pimples So It war that Jlui Keene: first become -
find He
city's breathing spaces. 'I tame and tried to gold. prospected husbands. It their expectations are
and catarrh all be n recognized: broker on 'change. So you icramble. down you slide, -
life of hard may "passedon" up
Shorty pale and worn and somewhat for years, leading a not realized they become hopelessly ride I t
by the use of the family towel. At last ho was:: In his native clement And. oh, you hlv. a Jolly
discovered had
chastened In spirit by his enforced seclusion ships and privations. He never disappointed. If the daughters You always want to play some mor
breathed the air of liberty any gold and was finally killed in been trained In those gentle virtues The Individual towel la a hygienic ne and he prospered nninzlngly. When I Upon the hill of Cellar Door '
r r Senator Felton finally called that loan Washington Star.
[with ever growing delight.It a snowsllde. Ferdinand organized: that were overlooked for tore:! showy cessity. I ,
was good to be his own boss stock companies to develop "sure accomplishments they would undoubtedly Mr. hectic paid him five times the sum '

SaID, and with the realization came thing mines. In which there was no have proved themselves more There are now twoaty.ulne womenof It had originally cost! the senator to en- I HERBINE CURES
title In England who were American I tor the golden I bourse, and Keene did
another thought-he was some one gold. He was superintendent of the ,. charming and agreeable companions. I
[411..'. boss too. HU hand touched tbe Sunday school and Induced way ,up Unless a girl bas a pure noble and delightful girls including four duchesses and not have to strain his checkbook to do Fever and Ague. A dose will usually

[arm of the gtrl at his aide und a thrill church people to indorse, his schemes. l character then all her other two countesses. It. stop a chil, a continuance always ,, >yt

( ( conscious power ran through him. The sale of stocks In gold coining companies accomplishments must fall to bring And now follows the story of Keene's cures. Mr. 1. Stroud. Midlo

t. She belonged to him. She had done made him a very rich man, and aaccees.f For'' cleaning Jamp chimneys use a first"' givnt coup-the stroke that fist thian, Texas May 3 1899, writes: "We

too much and gone toojfar to quit now. he presented the city with a water Hop 'made by tying a' sponge on a ranked him among millionaires that have used Herbine( in our family for. a

fine most look to hIm and to no one fountain and was voted a public bene I Mending Emurolderle*. taaooth stick-, brought: to him thi .sinews of war with years, and found it the best medicine;

'+ Ue la the future. ". factor. It U l 'not always necessary.to ..-word as to mending embroideries. I which till: MUibitloiw youngster worth we have ever used, "for la grippe all' bilious \.'

k When be first understood that he was. mine gold la order to get 1t.-Atol11aoD' You should bare. with your pieces some The' disorderly girl will make a dinrderly $3.000,000 before he was forty years fever and malaria.. Soc. at I drug-' ,". \

:.tree UU heart out .to time( pl. Globe.( '- .. ,. narrow strips of fine cambric to* nttnd- > woman. old, aspired storm the stronger ctt- gists. .4J -, >, ,,.
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'V 4. V Men A Chain Orip9sGrim a tow of the fcaturea now runnlnrr or .oon to appc.r.: Th. r titl.a I, .n4

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Vf GaspCau3ed Lincoln and Quarrel wiLls .
True pol/floal at ,/OIII--lnrud.! 1 ho Plot to Kidnap .Jackoll's
I', V V' VV l.uhoun, by EI>UAKU VALLANDIUIIAM. "
, Physician and Surgeon. Heart Dise.ase.. PeopI YOU Know-Rono'dl 1 It C4lcge, by tenaT ] "'""NW"NP L.t; Illy First mduate-- "
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V ', Dreyfui Mystery, ; 'i ha i'raco Rescript of the Cad: ; Who ROlllly Killed
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,.,' with a cracked link each month what has ..ccomplfolied Individually
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V Office Iluurs: 8.... M.to W: M.; 1 to t and 7 to Cure and aromm ".. of how District Attorney William T ravers Jerome has
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MACDIAKMID privilege en-
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l tt t'81au.uSt..d' Dr. Miles' N. rvme and lleait wives mothers and daughter, and IF they lowing being upeciincnn will, be ofli-red each mouth. .1
Cure. I wish that I could tell
V Practitioner not.. Specialist. only every
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V Office Flshi-r'a Drug Store. Hours: 9 tog that the doctors'
over do not
V Lnbt winter I had a severe attack of La- prescriptions Subscribe nnwaoil get nay \"L' 1 1t
V !!; Itu4uoCTtob.j __ _V ( ruppe, which left my heart in a very bad perform the many cures they are given Special Offer foIiowhsT ,& I'B'krf:11;

condition. I could not lie down for the credit 'for Alfred the Great 9. GeiiRM Khan 17. Chorlcs r. 95. Madame Roland
'V. A..8., MUH8ON.M. smothering spells that would almost over- In consulting with my druggist he ad. i. M.irKUtet! of Anjou I,,. Peler lh. Ou-ut, 18 Lharles 11. tid. Miina Antoinette
V come me and the feeling of oppression vised McElree's Wine of Cardul and Thed. j. |Rerln:1.I II. Xurxc 19. Mary (Jiiei-n cf !Scots .'. Henry IV.
Homeopathic Physician. NOTICE OF APPLICATION:- Foil U 'I"j'EIII around my: heart. I had not be..nso that I 4: Kifhard!. u. llannibid Jo. Quci-n r.lirubcih aB. llurnundo Cortex
ford's .
Black-Draught, and so I took it and 5 William the Conqueror 13. Julius Cxaar: 21. Kicliard 111. 99. JiiMfph: Uonapauo
*' O09u seoond door south ol Klsliur'n drug store PATENT. could lie on my left side for a long time. 1 have every reason to thank him for a new <,. Alexander the Great 14. Nero 11. Cleopatra 30. King 1'hilip '"
; ., Uffluv iluui. lu u H A. M.; a tu&atid7to I hereby irlvvn I that the) under (Cot: your Heart Cure and took three bottles. V life opened to me with restored health. 7. Cyrus the Great i 3. Pyrrlllia "3. Hurtense ,I. I outs XIV. l
NOTICE; 'II.I : I have troubl- with heart and up .. ,
; : .
V it P. II. i Inronil to u|>'I ply to the Uirnoi no now my 8. Llrfllustha Crrat: If Kumuhn 24. Josrt.lIe| Philippe
,. ; of tin. "State' of Klorldu' fur tho iHiinmeuor, l*t can lie on my left side as well as my right. and It only took three months to cure me Order by number. Sets are broken uiily for I'LARSON'S subscribers.
: tern Patent to them und tht-lr Formerly I had suffered for with, nerv- Th."I.torl.o'.vc'. hrirtufote. .leer ."h'.n"' I i ""c.iii.l-lo| -n-n-iiulnr. 'Ink| <. >io.co. HAR-toN'n..,.I.crlb".
[ JB. W. S. TAYLOR.ft&V. ussm-luti-a innsut'CtRtuirs years ] Wino of Cordtii is a regulator the miy ...n.0 HIHKIBuliiiucf' at 35 tents, "poslaire lire: V 'Id II.y! u*> and' t>) "riKrintf. In ililt,,, wa> m.> Say conveniently
us ti body' corporate iiiulur thu hiwof Otis prostration. I had tried so many rem- ,UK- .
kct.Tho .
romrlete ____._ .__ .
., .. menstrual: functions and is most --V. VV
rVI Haiti :tate to h"kuuwllue 'n. NKWS PcuLitiHiNU edlea I hall had "ot d. ar Ollt ot heart of get- < a as- -
: Surgeon-Dentist. CC>MIANV. ii eopy of thu im>iiu.uthiirter < ling anything that would help me. The tonitlimg tonic for women. It cures Abraham Uncolo' opinion of these tli.t"rl":1 Cdebrltl..1 "I I want 10 thank Ct1atd j"f-
of tmlil ruiiipimy, lielntr puhlialietl in : your brother for Abbuto. Ioe"" vi 1I.ton., I hate nlll etiuctution enough toaprecuuteitic r1
.. & nedlutuly following this notli-u. nerves of my heart were so affected that i; scanty, suppressed too frequent, irregular profound storks if vulllmlluu, hi.torla" ; and II I list I hay no nine' 10 read .hem. DOl f

.q O/Oou_/ _. over_Fl_bur'_. Druir_ _Sure_ _DeLnuil_ _Fin" C. O. I'OUIUNUTO.N: sometimes would: lose beats so it would i and painful menstruation, falling your' .Srries. 01 ilistories. gises 2.. in brlrl Valilasa, juol datut kno\ledge", 111 paRt men and evenl3
W5I. H. """I'I<:W Alt'r. seem to stop altogether. It was on the ad- { of the womb, whites antI floo ing. It which I need. I have r..III..m. itnl, u.s l.cale.1. 11110'00'' 1" theta I an, indebted for about '
B. ALEXANDER A. H. HVI.\III>, vice of a lady friend that I tried your Restorative is helpful when all the historical knowledge I hll\'C." I' )V
V JAMES J. K.: UlUkLOW. Nervine. 1 felt better after the first ; approaching woman
CHARTER OP THE NEWH! I'l'BIJSIIIXl( few doses and two bottles of Nervine and j hood during pregnancy, utter) childbirth -
j: Attorney-at-Law. COMl'ANV.: one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new ; und in change ot life. ]It frequently Maid ofMiidtiLsne\ A.E Bare These Woi'M: Famous Novels For the Freedom of ths Bn, Brcdy:
heart Is all and brings a dear baby to homes The Making of a Marobioneii : IUilc,, lit A Man's Woman Frank Norris t
i Will Practice In and person. My right my nerv- ng""J'iy
State federal Courts. Know nil tin-no
V men by presents' :-Tliut tin Frances Hodr( on Burnett The Lion's Brood, Daflleld Ocbtrna .f
V4Mt OlUouai: lto in* I und t, lirusa Uluck liz undeivlKnod, Uo hereby> ituHoclntC'" thc-in,C'lvi- ousnesslsall gone. VI never fail to recommend that have been barren, for years. All Tha Method of Lady Wald :-hurst.Francos 6IM In the Forest, M.xlmlb&lll'o.to. .
t4 LAND,FLOKIUA." till a body corporate uniU-r ami by authority o it to others afflicted as I was." j drncrifists! have $1.00 bottles of Wine Hodgson BurnettTristrpm $ I 0 Doom C&stlo !lieu MODro I
: tho lawsot'the Stutu uf 'F!.-n.h. by tho iiitnn. druggists sell and guarantee first bottle of Carllui.YJI of Blunt Anthony Hops :::J The Worldhnei, Leonard Kerrlck ,
VV FISH I and for the ininitws' In the tolluwmyr urtlule Dr. 111 lies' Remedies Send for free book Wolmlit& Days, Alfred Henry Lewis In Hostile Red I. A. Altsheler 1.:f
: BERT set forth und shown: In tho Mldtcf Alarms. Robert Barr delivercd carriage tree, to McTtacne, Frank Nome I ,
Nervous Heart Diseases. Add/ess '
on and Ji.dot, Meredith ,! Elder Bei... Everett' .
Attorney-at-Law, The nntno of wild aRTICLE. corporation I. shtill be Tin Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind. I' N [OFCARDUI Qola'yAI.moS&"y.r"DI..a.rh..Lt.: ,Ghas.P"uIL.iee.Lor.r.r,1 Felton FWgm*' PEARSON S hujscrlbcrs: at A Sing Fawn Hamilton, TomllDcD Dromnocd
NKWS I'L'ULisniMi: COMPANY und the princlpal -- I Vii Marlon CENT \ .
V Cmii F. of Men Morgan RcberUoa
V V Practicing In all State and Federal Courts. pluue: of ,business Florida! "g l lIt :nt ihL.v.lVolushi !: Dat-oii /grouse\ by the way, should I inever Oaraolne ca. '* 49 _c-_.- CHIbet.r. ., Chts. K. Lash I r',-
e County PHtubllsloftttes
) Civil or Criminal bualn sa mven carvfulatteution. ; may inthepalaoeof *'
anil iiureneles, I In nny other pluce 01 bo tin-own away, as It Is usefulIn Idl.F.llo" Captain Dieppe, Anthony HopsHeart's .
hunt : Stan :
Tiou1it3 Highway C.Wilkins
places within or without tho :$, tate of i"'lurldiiAHTICLE ( ALL CLOTH BOUND : Mary
variety: of'v !
> C'nblmge
-uys. I
chopped' I. K. Jaroms On the Wing of Ooesaions.Joel ,
W. PERKINS, II. \'(,I'J'illl'/ niul boiled until tender I U gIns: Noin'tt. F. 3. Btimson A War Timo Wooing. Charidjer Harris I
: ,JAMES The 6I1'n.'rulnlltlll'o of the business to 1 1transnuteit hi PARKER'S.IAIR .':t. Terve of Foley F. H. SpfarmsDThe Cai-.t. Chan. Ring Dracula. Dram StokerAnna :
by mild eorponttlon Hhall umbrnei good seasoned with hot 1 bacon grease \. BALSAM Fowler Beatrice Harnden The Sonl of Lilith liurij! Corclii and the Woman H. MaoQrcth I
Attorney-at Law. tho eihtlntr publishing* und l't'hlllllll' of newspaper poured! over It after It has been put Inn CIOIflHVS aud beautltic lb. hAift Minders, Elwyn, Barron Th.S.rro..f8&t.D. The lule of the Winds,B. R. Crockett I
; ** books iorhnl. i.iii. iiiiui'ii/.iiu-H' ami to -.-- I'roinutel a liuiirinnk growth Tie. BatU: Comedy A. and E. Castle Zioka Tb. Lady of Castcll March I.,
do such tliliiKM t ,j und i-niniKU In such bimlno-f: cloep dish. Slices of bacon may be .-- V Wovpr Fail to Ilcator Gray Qra-stark: O. D. MaCuteheoa The Priaonor Zonda, Rheseomyl j'
Solicitor Criminal Court of Ri cnrd. Will practice or bUHinossi-a us may bo neeeiwary. to Hell unitdipoe (iispcl'' to {garnish this homely; but excel -- 'ia.:lair.. '.to"lp It.rtiwi.ft, Youthful hair Color.10111>>11. Col. Carter of Cartorsvillo Anthony: HopsA The Professor Daughter, '
In all uuurti within the blate ol t.'iorV of iiuh )111111..I..I"tl.'ll. matter. ete.To lent. >
&t Id... Otllce over Yniusia County Huuk.COMPANY.. buy, own thud] sell tfiieh ruul und pi'fttonulproperty _ _ _ I Wolfvllli A. n. Lewis Insures Hodgson Burnett A otodora nereenary, I
'its may be ileeuu d neeesg'iry' for the -- _. .. forty Modarn Fabbi, George Ad. In Connection with the UoWillough-, K. and Hoiktth. Friteharl VRn.
V COUNTY nuicesstiil conduit: such busim-KB; : or businiHHes Doolcy's Phd..phl' hyClaim.FranoeiiUodeaorBurDett Tha Black. Donglaa S. R. Crockets ;j
'rOLUSIA AUSTItACT and otherwise do and, ,perform nil tmrh' DR.MOFFETT'S P. Dunne Dries Henry Seton Hernman.. TheOood Red Earth,Eden Phlllpotl ,
other" nets and thln a and cxereltie such !powei Tho Wage of Sin, Locus MalctHarcella With Edged Tools The S."o.d.m..B.. A. Stanley I '
; ; S. B. WILBON, MANAGER. mil: authority us it :lu\\fully! may' I in the: pcr.foriaunee Mrs. Humphry Ward lbs Bowers. n Road to Frontenao, Bamnsl Merwia j
: of 11s mild bugiiu-twor. buslneiwea.AHTICLE : In the liame of a Woman, The Damnation of Theron Ware, Joscelyn Chaabire.
iV Abstmcta furnlalivil and titles pvr't-oied. : III.Tho A. W. MarehmontTh Harold Friderio Sarah B. Kennedy ; V "
V Next. Voiubia County Jlunk, < Castle! Inn Stanley J.Weyman AgathaWcbb.Katherine," The Black. Tortoise, Frederick Tiller I
l>"Luud.l"bo. capital C I stock of I; said' :I eurocrat: ; :: Inn slut'):I A The Nw !Rotor Jeasamy Brido, F. Frankfort Moon The Choir, IlwillMii Jtmn L. Allis '
be two tlioiiHiiml I flue hundred, dullardJIKI! ,). n'lmental Tommy, J. M. Barrle The Onateet Gift, A.W.Marehmont The Landlord at Llon'e HesS I
lll.bled Into :gAnshurea t ,.1 ttie par, \aluu u of ten. The Adventures Sherlock Holm-s, A Dash for a Throne, .. W. D. Howtlh lIlt
A. H. HUTCHINSON. dollars,. (*H'.1'0)' ) eaeh., "Sn, ..1.1 I fHpital' I stuik shall TEETHING Doyle By Right of Sword. The Road to Paris. R. N. Stephanaidyard
( '
.%, t je uulil liiHtallnieiils:: upon:i ;: calls:,I iiinilu' :: by tin* .1 I rout cia. :IuuSitch :: POWDERS) A Gentlemen of Franoe, Soldier. Stories, _.. Kipling An Enemy to the King, rvoynieh >
Notary Public. as aaitl uiretormay' Ueeui Cure Oholera-lnfantum. Stanley J. Weymaa The Gadfly E. L. A Oentleman Player. i
beat. Diarrhoea. Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles 0' Children o V,
Asiy' Lf.- AIds I Digestion Regulate the Bowels. Strengthen the Child and MAKESThe PRARSON'S Costs to cent a copy or $t eo a year. rice la never cut with our permission. Wa '
\' l Dealer in Real Estate. AIIT1CI.E( IV. TEETHING: EASY. Cures EruptIons and Sores. Colto Hiv.s, and Thrush. Removes will mail you a pronpectuii frtv upon application. Sub.eflfe now and! enjoy all theie good things. o--;' V
t The corporation shull exist perpetually' ut and prevents Worm. TEETHINA Counteracts and Ovoroomes the Effects of the je< I
,, Taxes; paid and assessments. attended to foi proiutcd l by law. : !s"s"P&" : Teothln4: Children and costs: only 23 o.nt..t Druggists. or PEARSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, 30 Astor Place New York CityLOUTSVTLLE .
iioii-rueldeuu. O"LuIllI.1"bo." snail ... MOFFET1.. M. 'c .. St. Louis. Mo. V

V "I SEC'TION I. The. ollicers. by whom the busln. -
...... of suld corporation.. I Is to b.. conducted8huH C clni.ito! of ti . I M. D., Pn.I 4 V
li.ALLEN bu a president a vIce-preHldent, a secretary
it Keneral mumiKi-r Had treasurer, anti a is nearer porfvyllou tli; tlat of any
j.'I I Oculist and Aurlst. .miiiil of directors coiiHlHtinir i>f the tour olll- -First Class Service anti Quick Schedules to-
vera niiineii above nod three other stockholders V other place on ourili. iryTIR fe 4 %
I who Hhall w'M-rully. perfiirni such Unties ; Birmingham Nashville Evansville Chicago.
fleLandMondnysoverAliensDrugStOVef. IIn.II'ce.I\ hi-ret'orHUcu compensation the V ,

I Orlando Wednesdays, Lurtigne'H House b)'-"",S ehllil prescribe.SEC. VrPirsew' V V Louisville Cincinnati St. Louis
S : \ : ,
l. <: :it. Thuotliri-rxHlmll be"II'cloclllnnuall)' j $
V I Ooula Tbur d..)'p, Miinti nil maGatuesvllle upon the .,'colldlonel'IY: In March of each .4l4& -and All Points West and Northwest.-
Saiurdnys, Drown HouseContinue yell,'. or tit II .."cI'hlllll"tlllll' culled fur thatnrpuf t 0
4 > >e,of which thirty days notice writ intr Nobile New Orleans and All Points Southwest.
Khun:: lit, Riven.' :: l tIle, notice i : of t 11nl nieetliiK I: tt5Wk mj = ,

0 l hull liu given iiccorillnir to itiw.SEC. JfeS"Through tickets via the L. & N. are sold by all railroad Coupon r
.: Until thi--m-Hl
THE 3. nun utul electlun of ofllcersus -
_' Will Open proIded In "Section' :2 of Article V, the'tillowlnir Ticket Agents In Florid! f.

V WINTER During the Hummer ahull: constitute I the ntliren of tuiideiirpnmtlim Sc-heiltiles. HIlI..lIllel Sh-i-piiiK Cur Kesc-rvntlons, apply to J. M. FLEMING V "
\ C. L. STONE: n. P. A... FloriiluI'iiBseiiuerAKent.ttst "
PrialJent.V. H. Stewart.V .
HOME I *eriflcm1 LoiiUvIIlu. Ky. 300 W Jacksonville FlueV
hen-l'rvsldent.-S. II. Wilson Buy ft.: ,

9 And solicit the patronatre of the traveling ".-..r"tl1ry.-J. )'. AlldlH.ManiiKer : 1'r'- - -- -- --_ .
public, also parties homo. desiring board. and Treasurer. O. ('oduiuigton.ihaini { T4-j: IV --- -u ( y
of UI"I''I"rs.-W. II. Stewart S. II. ,
I -
TRAN&I I NT RATS $2.00 PER DAY %S' llxnn J. F. .AlldlH C. O. nnlrlnirton, O. A.
Lame Cool Room.and Good Table. tuck" J. 1C. Dlfrclow, W. II. Fudver.CKP. ". (47Th R111U RIDERAGENTSWANTED ::1
J.. E.: COEN. "' : *. The Hrst. iinnnal nieetlnir, of the (t
.' V'V stockholders sh..lll1o I held on the second Monday 4 cI
., I March; J\\ >I.t the olllcc of thu V : ( 1jci V
V corpuramn one In each town to ride and exhibit a ample 1902 mod .tV ,I
'. t:, In IfeLjind Florid, The olheers shall
_ "'. .-.t.: THE WAVERLY, told until their successors" lire selected und t : ; ii19aa IyVrmV ) bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE 31O fO

r qualllled. : l $SOA IVEC/f besides having a wheel to rideforyqurself.; .
flOWERY AVE., DuLAM: FLA. V 1'i; "
AUTICLE VI. ? \\ High Grade d'Q

V Now open for the season 1U08-8.\ Table supplied .- The hlirheHt amount of Indeliteilni-ss, to 1902 Models Guaranteed $0 10 $15
with I h. best the. market. atforda. which said corpttriitlon shall nt any '' ,* sub' *
fl Terms ruasonuble. ,cuphal ect IttK-lf 8ttHk.ahull. :not: exceed the Jl'I'J: : of the t 1900 and 1901 Models MBAEKSET $7 to Sf|j

MRS. M. L. DRAKE, Proprietress. ARTICLE VII. titc&f& 500 Second Hand Wheels & && '

The names and residences of subscribing k taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. all9u1QtDlmakes ......
I neorporulora unit the amount ot stock held l I I and models. good an new................. T =-*
TURNER HOUSE by t-uch. Is us follons: We
: I ship any bicycle APPROVAL to
; L'. t). CodrliiKtiiii, of DeLand, Florida, 100 I ; anyone
t sliures.Vm. jV j/; without a cent deposit in advance and all' \II

-OP'tC $LL THE YEAR- \ H. Stewnrt of DeLnnd, Florida, 1Ushares V tt ii /'6 V 4
Corner New Tork and Florida Avenues, fr 4 [, SMS l : V
A. H. Ryland of DeLtoid, Florida, 1 share.J. .
V DeLand. Florida. I from do need
no risk In ordering us, as you not \
: Location pleasant healthy. and bonielike.V E. Dlirelow, of DeLiind, Florida 10 shures. to pay a cent if the bicycle does not suit you. '
Rate, 11.00 per day. Special rate bv the COUNTY PATH OK OK Fl.OKlOA VOM'HIA.I 1\' : anil tlie: fumoiis Gringo Giovfi, rhn.ti1ij're| Plnntntlons, a wh....: unll1.ou: have written for .UI

11'.-..... BV D. McbKOD, Prop. On this:lath chi)' of March A. D. 1IHI3. iicrmiiiilly '' Coi'onnnt, Groves and Vcclallo Furmi of the country tributary to DO NOT BUY fACTO!>\' PRICES &: FREE TRIAL OFFER.Tlrea .
a tinpenreil before me 1.'. O. i'ndvliifrroii., I equIpment Win. ll.\ "'tewurt A. H. Hyland and .1. K.: IJIgrcov OBI AX IJIVEU, LAKE M'OBTH and V1SCATKE BAX I half regular price In our biff tree sundry catalogue. Contains -
BENNETT HOUSE to nio well known its four of i luu' personsuwoclated V a world of useful Information. Write for It. V
In und who ,CYeciiteil, the foreirolnirirtleles ; are reached from, Jin-Lioiivlllu via the WE WANT a reliable ponon In each town to distribute! catalogue for uj lu
of Inrorporiltjoil.' Hnil. Heverully tic- exchange for aVlcycle. Write today for free cataloguo anij' our SPeCIaL otfeai.J. .
MBS. U. If. BENNITT PROP. know ledguul thnt they executed t hut "sninu fort V FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILAVAT.
lip U8I-H and purpoHea, therein. expresscil.. rV L. MEAD, CYCLE CO. Chicago l Hi.
: New Toik: avenue DeLand Florida In wltni-Ha u hereof 1 bnve hereunto' set my ,
hiind und: ;ollicfnl:. Heal;.1 lit, DeLanu: .
Rates II l to $2 per day) $5 to .8 per week, : ,-_*__- )) Jo'lol'ldll, the day and ji-iir iifori'suid.Notary -V : V

', If V Special rate for families or for season. {SKAI..V---f Ithiti'; Fish Public I .



Artesian Well Contractor, TEll 4S--8. LAWS OF FLORIDA. )I I A VV V

Dealer In Aerrnntora Tank NOTICE.... puruhioirr of Tax C'trt'tlculo' For copy of beautiful book, East Coast of Florida", tout map of :: :tLi1zELc1: Cc>.

and Pumping Machinery No.Sfla,dated I Holiday of July, A.D. 100O, Inn Peninsular Florida, and other Information, address, V
niecl id crrtlncati-ln I unluii suit has
sit my iii nile
1: : Repairing Pumps, Windmills, etc. upi Illation tor THY Deed I ISsue auoordlnM I : 1. R. PABBOTT, J. P. BECKWITU, J. D. BAILIEU,
Inluw. Paid: cer Itlc-utu r.I Hcea tbt* fol'itwInif ;: _ _ TIo.-P..1 a G .. ... '
) DeLand. Florida.Georgia .1..cr.I") vroi'crly.. situated Ij VoluBlit. > Hintntr.. TriOs .n., A.U. P.S. The Great Through Car Line; From Florida.

County, Fl.! .rlda.I I lowlt t ST. At.'CU.STINE! FLA.
Lot:: ill. I'or on'., Aildltlnn to DC Lund.
ThaftHtil. land b.*lii, r BH-eswd tin. date of
I Southern the IRIUI incw of such ocr,Iflunutu. In the name COIttMECTIOINISs V
of Charlotte Glb...... Unteap vatil certiltcittfl p-
ubiill bit r.-... emeil itcoonllnif to IHW.THX V OVER ITS OWN RAILS TO Savannah Oharlea-
Deed wllllsiiiK then on on the lUst day of ,
- Florida Railway April$: A.n. UluilWltatiis TOTHa EAST ton, Richmond, and Washington, thence via the
AND my oltli-lal sIgnature and .,'ollhl. WINCHESTERFACTORY
I he Stun of March. A. I 1. lima.I Pennsylvania Railroad.
.. "80"'." River lto.it." Clerk' Circuit Court VoluHla. CoiintyFloi ulu.NOTfE The Louisville. and Nashville, rla Montgomery.
5% Bcbedula! ID Ea..ctolllnu.r.IIIW. OK PLICATION FOR TAX TOTH i;.W EST
"New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"UF The Mobile and Ohio Railroad via Montgomery.
-4t pills Flyer. QuickstepLvPalatka _
_ ..... ....... ....8 uu pus 'tlO sinLviacksoiilIe..I 4888. LAWS OK FLO ItIIJA. V V.ruI.J RrrrLrV Via. Savannah ant Ocean* Steamship Company for Now Tork
U >O1 i "D l loin '
4 I'hila Iplua and Boston. V
ArVldostS' ..............Ii. 10 5s.u ] you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -
'Ar Tltwo..U: : ES 1;! UO pm.ArtJortl..it. OTICE ln ierehy given that II. Owwily', EAST Norfolk( Steamer for New York, Washington and

................ xooxm 1j Inn t' piiroliuHerofTitxI.'prtlllcattiNii.ai.dHtHdZ.fdHy I the kind that shoots where TO THE Bal tJmore. -
If Uaui 4 11J t of July) A. D. 11I .ArMncon... ........ I'ID
V ourilfleate'I I li my VIA :bTEAMsHI.3Via 8* annnh awl Merchant and Mlnnra
p4 O.Atlanta orGA.Jkr .....JL,..;...... T Mam 7 41 pin with.for.... tux Said deed ct-rtlfloate. 1 1 lo Issue embraCHR In HcrorOnnoe thu followinir point your gun, buy Winchester Factory : for Baltimore and Philadelphia.To Transportation. ComDant)

Ar N.ClmttMiiooga i c. PTi- .......... 1 00 pm 100 sin .described property sItuated lo Voluhlrioouniy. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with
.ArNasIivIiie ..,...... S 66 pDt 0 4Oam784pm Florida, lo-wlt; : Key West
J4c' Peninsular
Lots 8 lo 11 INC. nit 81. Seville. andOccidental
1,_ ILL. ( *1ST. ft. it.: .. '['hi. .nli) lam betnir, asHi'Vtfd at the datf of Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded -AND-
ArtLouls., ,.. ...... ,
.552am th..l..u.lloo nf ueli' tiert'floata the .
Ar Cblo......,.............ll. Janin Wpukn. Cnluns said certlneau-In iiHinf .ltllil with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester HAVANA.Interchanjreable. cS.
.* N. K. tt. .. deemed according to law Steamship
btt tax died will
i4.V .A.rb. t l .... .........J CO ain IJ BlUm
! V -.....lJla"lnulltl.... ... ....,.T )a m 4 US Inn iKKtie thereon on the Klst day of April, A D. Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. -

C. B. L M..B. 1WWWltnesn my otflcliil signature and seal ibis :hLilea.ge Tiok.ets.
.A.rCbtc8frO.... 9 iSSinolid tb. ait b day of March A I). Iwa.Senl \ V .. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
# train from ;JacksonvIlle, : to Maflon. (" ) HAM'i, D. JORDAN Mileage: Tickets good I,
over 13,000
V .Train. from VV FalaUa oonn.,ot at Vjldoatawttb Clerk' Circuit Co\iit Voiuvla County, Fiu, principal railroads< tn the Southern miles of among the I
V .. ., States: are on lIale
train roln. north from by the principal I Iagents.
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WtW WtW = out of town the following/ ladles whore Rochester, N. Y., Harry C. Duncan ,, ,
Of1N1 W W W
bojournlng-/ DeLand or attending of Tavares, David "Windsor of Sirur,

the University were present: Miss F. India, Thomas Delkle of Chipley, 'k
Justine Tiffany of Rochester, N. Y.,
Special Claude and Howard Johnttton of Daytona .
Mills Ruth Rich of Jackaonvllle, Miss

Shoes fiats M abel McGee of Louisville,Ky.,Misses F. A. Cannon and J. W. Fudger,

; n Ruby and Pearl SpauldlrR/ of Sea- of Jacksonville, Sylvan McElroy of .

T breeze, Miss Fannie J. McCoy of Gol- Orlando, Berry A. Sturgeon of Erie, .

Dry Goods I onda 111., Misses Nora and Clara Pa., Kent Roaslter of Enterprise,
Davie' of Tullahoma, Tenn., and Miss Thos. Calmes of Plant City, Chas. Pe-

York! of St. Augustine. lot of atdentown,Totman of Duluth,

,1 ; It Millinery% Etc., "Amongthe; gentlemen present from Minn., J. Hall Brumsey, Ill. f

\. AT DeLand> were Messrs. Gaulden, Dreka, Mr. Brumsey bad charge/ of getting j

HetmburR-er/ Bolles, Hamlln, Self, up the affair, and the appreciation of p t

Andrew Ziegler, Kurtz, Oliver C. Me- the people was manifest. The grand ? r

Elroy, Chas Campbell, Noel Montre- I march was led by Miss Nora Davis ,

Reduced Prices llle and Wallace Ford The /gentlemen :, and Mr. Brumsey. Among those present p' '

b/; present from out of town were: were all the leaders in the younger

lessrs.. Paul Carter and Emmett Wilson social circle of DeLand, and a great

of Marianna, Oscar F. Tiffany of I many from other parts of the country

,'t If you care to Save Money this is your Chance.IramzsMte '
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D ( WSZ 2 oy The usual crop of APRIL }

i SHOWERS failed
--- --- having
0000000.000000000000000000 ; 00000000000000000000000000o Our winter visitors have been leaving to materialize to date, we
T. R. Webb is filling/ the 0g
o Local ando go position in Watts temporarily Miller made vacant Society, Personal, g in droves this week. Their absence offer as a substitute
4 + g by the retirement of F. J. Alex- I in very noticeable

o Personal Briefs g ander. o Church and Homeoooooooooooooooooooooooooo HOSE
West o Mr 1. W. Smock made a short business -
00oooooeooooooooooooooooPoo The C. A. DIckerson house on ,
Rich avenue has been sold to John : trip to Tampa the first. ot- the

April goes Marching/ on. McGratb, who, with his family, will James Alexander, the irrepressible, week. NOZZLES
q move In at once. who is always bubbling over with tbe
- Stationery bargains at Brill's. Services will be usual at the ,
:: as Baptist
Read Fisher's ad., then look at effervescence of his own (food nature, I I
F School:: supplies at Allens' Phar* Fudger's, now /glance at Bigflow'a ad., and who has always some political I church on Sunday-morning service I LAWN SPRINKLERS ETC.

macy. then cast your eye on J. F. Allen & protest up his sleeve, that is of special I. at 11 and evening service at 7:30.: ,
", Wanted-A young watch-dog. Dr. (.0.They've all jot other good things interest to Alexander, stopped over B. Y. P. U. at 0.45: p.m. Anthem and
to be used in
E. T. Allen. beside those mentioned.A solo at each service. You areco.dially t
from Tallahasseeand
on his way home
> Brill hasoome fine-candies left over joint stock company Is being spent Sunday in the Aucient City.St. Invited. connection with ,
from Easter at halfprice.McElroy's talked of to develop some of the celery -
l dry goods store is making lands lying west of the railway, Augustine Record. NOBLE GRAND' WILSON ENTEItTA1NeNoble CITY WATER.BIGELOW..

t a special low price on shoes for the near old DeLand landing. The Pur- Bishop William Crane Gray of Or- Grand Samuel B. Wilson en-

s r next, 'ew days. that viance purpose.place may C. H.be Campbell purchased, who for lando was in DeLand on Mondayand I tertained the members of Magnolia :: .

Call on Marsh Bros. for anything netted about b'3,500from his Sanford Tuesday, the guest of Mr. F. A. Lodge/ No. 21, I. O O F., with a ban-
J.y wanted from a well regulated mar celery farm this year, is among the Stores Mr. Gray has an orange I quet at the St Elmo Friday eveninglast. !C>HoI'O-KHO KWK>K> I'

ket. promotorit. grove near Orang-e City, and visitedit About thirty gentlemen were Don't wait 'till the last
i ,41 B. F. Chapman, the popular barber, on Tuesday. The bishop will make present. The supper was the best [,
Miss C Tle Warts and her dignified aunt
Jacksonville of school before
several in
spent days on his regular visitation to St. Barnabas served by Fudger not only on day: you
a business trip tola week. Mi-s Julia Stith.) speut last we k with Daytona ever ,
friend,returning home Monday. Episcopal church in May. account of tbe excellent cooking, but decide you want some
L Manager Fish promises us a ball
In the serving as well. The menu was
1 game between the town and Univer Mrs J. E. Billow enteruincd a number of Mr. D. P. Smith of New Smyrnawas
,' sity teams one day next week. her lady friends a euchre party yesterday in town Monday and Tuesday on as follows: ..
alUruoon Seven table were ftlleil Mrs. Mock Turtle Soup.
Brill has the latest "Stetson Girl first business. Perk was too busy this
Puwe nod Mrs. McBrlde won the prlz' .
Roast New Potatoes creamed.French
Walu"; at 2Dc. bliss Reeve connotation and Mrs. Hlbburil time even to tell a story. He was Turkey.
I Holla. French Peas.
+ The Bond Lumber Company has put the booby. Thep"ixta: were handsome band- rushed PHOTOGRAPHSCome
on a fine new freight wagon, for the painted china souvenirs, the artistic' work ot Jelly. Olives. Celery. Radishes
hauling of freight from the UeLand tbe hostess Delicious refreshment were Mr. James Carnell of Ormond was Grape Juice Lemonade.

a station arouud town. .ei veil. _________ in DeLand Friday and Saturday, visIting Roman Sherbet.

The Waverly has enjoyed a splendid Mr. Wiley P. Swift spent the week: In Dt- his daughter who is a student at Fancy Cukes. Nuts, Raisins.

it season, and will close the latter part Land visiting. his uiotht-r and sinter. Ho left Stetson.Dr. Fruit. Coffee.
of this month. Mrs. Drake never for the North yesterday. Clears. Now
tails to entertain a nice crowd of all- Forbes made a short business There set toasts, but severalof
tl winter visitors A caucus will be belli+ at tbe court house this visit to Jacksonville on Saturday.St. were no
evening fur the nomination of city officersfor tbe members were called on under
Don't be foo'tJ by what the other the approaching election Little Interest Barnabas Episcopal churchnext the head of "Good'of the Order," and .
rrk fellow tells YOIl.V handle Western Is being taken. The time for legally making I 19-10 children's all made interesting extemporaneous! REEVE
Beef and Mutton, and the beat. Florida the nominations bun piiistd. ; the ballot will Sunday, April ,
y + Beet iu the state. be printed In blank null the names written service and Sunday school with pre remarks qI
s+''Wa Marsh Bros. on ItTbe. sentation the class banner; 11 a.m., The orcasion was one of the most

i i The Oaks will close about May first, choral service with sermon. Litany fraternal ever phen, \ In DeLand, and .z.o.J-Ooz.o.z.o I + --0-!4141-O.1.Oi'od-0-IOO-FO'FW01.Ot KHOK>JofOKHoC>

+r after the finest season it has ever en- city registration hooka will be open every Friday at 4 p,in. was /greatly! enjoyed by all present. Fox: Rrrmt DUTTER
r ]eyed Mr. Hays and family will /go from 9 to,'" and 2 to 5 on Saturday unit Monday
over to Seabreeze and open The \Vefsduy. and Saturday of next: weik.: -- .-- -- --- -
; Breakers about the first of July. They ---- o a e-O a e-O..O-O.Oe-O.O.O.d "0.0-' Fox: BITER A3.UTTIif
i; have already secured assurances of a Willie Hoo_ ,iU, a young negro, was con I .
number of guests during the summer. vlc'id In mayor's court yesterday morning Fox: R1YEit JIU.L'.rEl&
ol throwing rotten eggs ul the flying Jenny
There was a partial l eclipse of the He was jlviu the extent of the Irw-$&: and 11 Il
u, moon Saturday night, plainly visible "r>.u nail 30 day. r 7'r I
>r at DeLand. The elclipse took place i
just as the moon rose-about GJO: or
h '7 o'clock, and was therefore not Brief Session of Circuit Court. 1
noticed by the majority of people. INE
+ Circuit Court convened un Monday, Judge :
p1 Mrs. Waggoner found a sea horse Minor: Joins. presiding Not a single civil II I HESIIISH Always the same.
q + (hippocampus), on the beach Satur|I suit wits ready fur triad, and all WON continued e h
day. This species" of fish is very rare in to the next tern of court.A None better made. < i
7 these waters and is quite a curiosity., grand' Jury wag summoned 1 for Ihurwluytolmtstlgute i i ij
> They are two or three to six inches the charge of uwiuilt agu.uat 350 per pound.
long./ They take their name from the the Daytona negro Jassu Kllputrlck,arrested RID ATAT j i ii ij ii
resemblance of their head to that of I ut '.IIW.' sawmill lust Saturday by Deputy G 1'L1 < i ii
the hur..e.-NewSwyrna. : 13rc ze. blierllT Edward The Jur found two indictments -
ngnlnat him, one for assault on the <
Mr. Miller from Ohio Is now sta- \person of Miss Nettle Kruse,and one for attempt I i ,
tioned at DeLand Junction as night on the person of Willie Hodgca. Kll- RYLAND & SPARKMAN RELIABLE
operator. Tee new waiting room into putikk wua arraigned,pleaded not guilty, and GROCERS
be lltted up with settees, and the was committed to Jail without bull till the THE MARKET j !
night travelers will soon be able to next session of.the court. Miss Kruse was a tf 4F14fPFOiiP! OI41! L>I4I-GcOt O C1FPI O FPI-Od OF01! .OFOro; I4t Ofo
make themselves quite comfortable tourist. The alleged assault was committed E. L. McBrlde, OX i i

r !P while waiting for trains. on the public road between Daytona aud Port Manager. THE CORNER HOUSE CLEANING ? \ i
Orange about three weeks since
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Florida, best state in the union. I !
Voluala, best county in the tate. .OoOo<>o o o o'.ow o -o..a..o.a.a.o-o.a.a"a ..a.o..o.a..o.a. i
DeLand, beat town in the county.. i __ __ mI We've got some nice i t
+I Climate, best. in the whole world. Odd Fellows Adopt Resolutions.At Mr. and Mrs Lance Adams left this Mr. John W Fudger was in town
People, the pick of the entire earth. I
a regular meeting ot Magnolia week for Toronto, Canada, where they Turwlay and Wednesday. He was \
If doubted it would
we we move on.
If we stay, we should stick to it. Lodge, No. 21, I. Q. O. F., of DeLand, will upend the summer. selling sweet things! to the merchants MATTINGS I 1

If you go, joy go with you. on April 13, the following resolutionswere I and telling/ sweet things to his lady
Dr. Fisher. and Mr. H. Wilmshurst
You'll live to come another day. adopted: friends.
Others have done BO before you. WHEREAS, Through the wisdom of visited Jacks nville on business bent which are just the

But on the whole you'd better stay. the Divine Ruler, tbe mother of our : the first of the week.: Mrs. A. Woodall entertained a thing to put on your

Now that the Atlantic Coast line brother W. Woodward has been I large number of lady friends _t a card floors for the summer.EXPENSIVE .
called by death and parted from those Mr. L. S. Monroe ha returned to
has done its part toward Improvingthe party Thursday afternoon There were
near and dear: to her; therefore, be it his home in South Haven, MIch. The
DeLand Junction
station at the
eight tables. Mrs. S. W. Johnston
k City of DeLand and its citizens should Resulted, That in her death our family will remain in DeLand till af- .
brother has lost a kind and loving and Mrs. Frances blaring won first ? t
that the grounds around the sta- of .
see ter the close the University.The
mother and the world and noble
tion are improved. The l land within a true prizes, and Mrs. A. J. Farrah /got the
the Y should be made into a park. woman.Resolved many DeLand friends of Earl booby prize. Mrs. Baerecke, Miss Tan- No. Come in and see them. '
we deeply -
Mayor Fish is looking after this mat- with the bereaved family in sympathize their Snyder will be pleased to learn that ner and Miss Stackbouse assisted In

ter now, and something may be done deep affliction; that the officers and he baa secured a good position in Safe serving delicious refreshments. THE .FURNITURE ll .
within the next few dava. J J. F F. ALLEN & CO.
members Magnolia/ Lodge/ No. 21, Harbor, Lancaster county, Pa. Earl i I VOLU3IA/ HOUs.o"l
F. J. Alexander has decided that he I. O O. }o'., do hereby tender their assumed his duties there this week. Hon. O. F. Fish entertained at lunch ,
la tired of working for one boss' and Heartfelt sympathy and condolence to yesterday Hon. Minor S. Jones, Hon. 0+OF61 OFOIOI-Ol4IGI.C1+oo-o-I-O! + i
will now have a hundred or more. He the bereaved family of our brother. Mrs. I. M. Evans returned to her .
has purchased R. H. Boyd & Co.'s Bet Iced That these resolutions be summer home in Maine on Monday, af- Bert Ffeb' and lIon J. W. Perkins. -
Block of groceries at Beresford and spread upon the minutes of the lodge ..bDeLand
took: charge this. week Frank's many and a copy be sent to the bereaved ter spending the winter In DeLand. Col. A. M. Thrasher of Sanford, ,M
friends wish him every success in his family and printed in our local papers. Pro!. John B. Parkinson of Daytonaand
A number of the ladies of DeLand
venture. M. DAVIS Committee.
new Col. Geo. M. Bobbins of Titusvllle

--- contemplate branch of the the society organization"Daughters of of a were among the out-of-town attorneys Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works. s

attending Circuit Court this week.
the Confederacy". Mrs. J. L. Mc- 6
Col. Gaulden was also up from Titus- J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.
Crory; Is the prime mover. The lint
ville, but be is now more of a DeLand -Manufacturer of- ";
: FUDGER'S PIES meeting will\ probably be held on the !:;
lie than a Titusvllllan. f
WONT KEEP date set for,the organization of the 3Dr seed & Rough Lurnbr'Ceiling :
Confederate veteran of Volusla EASTER DANCE
county. The dance Tuesday evening at the Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing;

Mrl. Wlllatowski and two cone will Putnam was a most enjoyable affair CONTRACTOR BUILDER Will furnish plans and specifications and j'estlmatee
Special machinery at mill for .,
I If the youngsters know as usual spend the summer In Atlanta, and everyone present seems to have finishing work ready to put in place. Employ good mechanics and guarantee a
leaving DeLand about the first of enjoyed themselves.Most first-class work: in ever particular. ,,
: : they're in the house.They're June. excellent music was furnished w r

Mn L. A. Farr baa to Arcadiafor by Mra. Spangler of the Clarendon +
gone :
i a short visit to her daughter. Inn orchestra, Seabreeze, who playedthe BOND: HJM0 R COMPANY

piano, assisted by Mr. Rice of the I ;
: in butThey're :'
t a Luxury quality Mill Elizabeth Hughes, recently College Arms orchestra on the violin -oBeaDCjgiqiDCigKSMj-+-

9 from China on a leave of absence Among the ladles present from De-

I from her work aa a ml-slonary,,is ex- Land were: Mrs Hlbbard, Mra. Olive Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, Dalad .
Grits in
Cheap as price- pected to visit DeLand next week C. McElroy, Mrs. Charles Kurtz, Mrs. Prices on all kinds of

and speak at the M. E. church, Broaslck of the Putnam House, Miss

4t. on Wednesday evening, the south'l Frances Flanders, Miss Alberta Clark Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling

public la cordially Invited to son, Miss Nina Miller, Misses Irma ,

ONLY A NICKEL! what he may have to tell them of the and Amy Mann, Miss cCormick,

; ; "Celestial Kingdom" and her work Miss Llllle May Cleaveland, Miss Mouldings Turning 10

there, under the auspices of the Wo- Blackman, Misses Edna and Nell '

man's Board of Foreign Million Stackhouie and Miss Tanner. From Bride, and Erary in th. Lumber Ordtf; 4elinred. promptly, '

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OOOOOOlI ooooooooooooooooooO ooooooooooooooofiooooooooooo oI In trouble of.any kind, then you can Tnf MAN IN ARM A Fair E cliemse. Summer Law School .

tell. I Pessimist-What makes you nn optimist VMITEBSITY Of VIHOHHA,

I Chicago) May goooeooooooooo00 I Orange City |g go Miss Pauline Gunter of Pierson Was no match for the microbe. Giant ? : IOOOLAleelnt" / ;for twsim!' ='rl,for; e dldlt4S, :; for pyt'texiber1
j' or- at dismal chaps ltIOUIl -
g Affiliation S spent some days. last week with her be might slay but this microscopic Optlmlst-Looking the tar and for.pract1Uon. who.IIdd'haft"s :rwaUolnOUuclloa. i'IL
0 defied him and In many a campaign What makes you a pessimist lot vat luaus .

1 ganism like you. ,C.W..V. i
00000000000000000000000000Orange l\1n. Wm. Kaig-hn of Eldridge. more men were destroyed by camp ? C.YneoY

I A TJa meeting of the board of affllia. City, April 15.-Mr. F. W. -. Grass._. WHO disease than by the to enemy's sword. Pessimist-Looking at cheerful chaps \

-* Vtlons of the University of Chicago Fawcett and family went over to OSIEEN.Sp.olalCorrespondence. arm The against one way micro- like you.-Detroit Free Press One Cent a Word ,

'" April 4, 1903, the following reso Coronado Beach on Thursday for a bic disease is to NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR 'I \AX

: lutlons were adopted. It was ordered two weeks outing Osteen, April 13.-Mr. Chas. Battenof keep the blood pure.both w DEED UNDER 8KOTION 8 OF Advertisement of ten words or more under'

that, a copy be lent to each member Mrs. Erquerhart and two children, Gainesville has been visiting his Impure breeds blood and feeds ( \PTEB 4888 LAWS OF FI.OB- this heud Inserted for ONE Insertion.CENT No A WORD advertisement 'i

,. of the Board of .Trustees of Stetson who have been spending the winter brother, who resides here, several disease. I1>A.XTOTICB. thereby gtvenhhat J. P. "> I cash In )acceptedeeh less than 10 cents.

University : with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin days. The signs; of im- purchmer of'fax CerttfloHW No 18M4 and RENT. )
Whereas,There has existed for more than left for St. Louis Monday to join pure blood are easyto 1388 dated the lid day or Juni A.H., ItWO FOR
There was a dance at the hall Sat read. Pimples, 1 has tiled laid .oerilfleiite mv office and has oi.t '
A ;year.at the John B.Stetson University a her husband, who is an electrician jnnOeanpllcHllon for tax deed to Issue In ocordanoe 0g rEVT-Cottnire on Boulevard north ,
urday evening. A of ten Enter boils and eruptions F O.OXCodrlngton '
complication which called for united action : party with law axle cerllnoale einbinpeg Univotrltyunfurnished. Apply to _
in that city. take generally proclaimthe following de-erlbedproperty situated '>f*
on tbe part of tbe Board of Trustees; and prise people came over to part lh
Whereas, The: Board of Trustees has be- Mrs. Butler and Mr Louee, who In it. They took supper at Mr a. P.Leonardy's. blood Scrofulous to be im- VolimlR WH of county..e>4' ot Florida salt and to-wit neM of: seM. Soc 88, ,. FOR SALE._ 1 I <
with have the winter at East Lawn pure. IS.SaaoE goacres.
unfortunately divided In Its policy spent Tp '
scores and swellings, The i said: land: being R"'sPd' at tbo date f>f DOR RALE-I"ls-ro01D house, barn.
reference to tbe difficulty; and with Mrs. St. John, left Monday for Two young men from Lake Ashby salt-rheum, eczema the luamnce of such ceitinoate In the name 1' SI8111o., hay wow, shed ,101' tt'.J .355 .U:
Whereaa The dlvlslou of tbe Board of Trustees their home near Richfield Springs: etc., are other signsof of J. K. and J. D McCulium. Unless said acres laud: city water and "o2is'1wss'; ,'"
Is accompanied by a like division in the attended our Easter morning service bo redeemed Record. trees. grape Vines. .to. $700
and N. Y. They have been at East Lawn and of a corrupt condition law tux deed will lanue tbereon on tbe 19th title Inquire ot C. M. or tint" _'1._J._Bro""w.8____ ?
conitituenoy of the University; spent most the day here. of the blood. of May, A. r>. 1UWWltnria _____________
Whereas, Perronalfeelinge have so fur defeated for three winters and have made Some of Oateen's people pave the Doctor Pierce's day my olflelHl stgnatnrnand' "Neal this < 1A9H REGISTER, Ideal! ,.< w,for. cheap. .t
judicial weighing the considerations many friends here who will miss them. Golden Medical Discovery i I the 17th\ dsy: Of Apr A. D. tm5. i Inquire New Office,n t* J
that confidence In the wisdom of the church a thorough! spring (Seal.) SAMIIEL D. JORDAN .
PV Involved Mra. Berry's seven boarders left last Two of the purifies the Clerk Circuit Court of Voliula County Fla. REAtTlESTATlTrOK SALE.
cleaning Friday.
diet urbed and
board boa been seriously ; blood and cures diseases '
t Whereas. In the nature of tbe BUBO the University !- Norwood Villa Monday for their homes ladles with the aid of a negro woman, caused by the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR T.OC 8ArE-JII aorN.hUI', S cleared and
FOR 11t1on '
;, of Chicago bus neither tbe right nor in Connecticut. They drove to En- cleaned windows, seats and floor. The blood's impurity. It GEED[ UNDEK TION tf OF CHAP- 10 aervswllfl."mc"d, goal Title' oon rurfect.< cultivations Apply tv WILLIAM .

r the means to make such In'l"osthratlon as terprise and took toe boat for Jacksonville men improved the appearance of the cures scrofulous sores boils, pimples, 1K.lt: 1888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. HBBT: OeLanrt.: '.
,4 p I would be necessary. If It were to exert an influence eczema and other defiling and disfiguring
the settlement of the controversy outside. They are to repaint it and NOTICE Is 'hereby g\v\ n that R. T. Butler,
upon Mrs. John White entertained the diseases. of tux ocrtlnontd No. 879. oatd -
if ; and plant Bermuda grass around it. gives me great pleasure' to express my .. the 8d day or Julv. A.D. taxi km filed BLACK SMITH
WhereaaAmfation between the two institutions Whist Club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs F. E. Cunningham: Is ill at fait ttt the virtue 1 of Dr ;Pierce's Golden Med.Scat a"lid nett ficate In my office, and bus. mails application ,

t:;. unavoidably makes* each a sharer in Mra. St. John won the first prize. the home of her brother, Jas.very Pattlllo. Graytown Discovery Ottawa" write Co., Ohio.Mr. Ezekiel"I Buffered Floro.everything of with law.for Said tux certificate tlel d to issue embrace In accordance the f,il- ems '-*-AND_ -._ a, a 1 1r
I responsibility for the policies of the other, Easter services were held In all the for two yean with humor on my lace, /owingdeeo: "ihedpropertysituated Voiuala
4. and consequently In tbls instance places the She is not expected to live many daysas which baffleir the skill of some of the moat ooiiuty: FlorldH: : to-wit t
q L University of Chicago in an equivocal position churches Sunday; Congregational in she is quite old and feeble, being: noted phynlclaon.: Was doctored at once there aero:: tree Lot i ex n 600 it of w 1600 ft,S M, T 14, Soul b Ail G SHOP
the hospital( s was R-II: : E. 80 acres
in the
4! ; therefore, the morning, Episcopal about eighty years of age. months without success Came home discour.aged. Toe'' said land being saeeesed at the date of : l kinds ol Repairing
q : Resolved, That, without Implying any judgment noon and the 'Methodist in the even- Then began to doctor with a 'cheiuiiit.!. tho lt> uflnc.. of HUOU ceitlfloate in the name "
failed to me. Then I began Dr.Fierce' Promptly and at
He help Ida
of S. Grnbum. Un ex* Bald cerrlflcxte /
dyE '' whatever about the merits of I log.: Each church was prettily decor- LUNGREH AND BARBERVILLE- Golden Medical Discovery, with no bill bti redeemed aooordlnv to luw tux >1e Prices
the controversy, the board:ot affiliations' of ated. \Ve had fine music in the Congregational faith whatever in it. Did it ouly to please. my. deed will IBHIIA thereon on tbe 181\b day of
t t the University of Chicago deems it Inexpedient wife: but 1 am happy to tell you that"after taking May AD. 1U03. .' 'J 1 1Wittinu HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY
that tbe affiliation with John B. Stetson church; Mrs. Hood sanga / Special Correspondence. five bottles 1 am entirely cured vFREB. my official' signature and seal'thv
Dr. Pierce's' Common Sense 11'b dnyof Apr 1, A.D. 1DU8 "vnvtSBMl I i
should continue. solo that was fine. She has a strong,
University BARBERViLLE. [ \) 8AJIot'L D. JORDAN/
Medical Adviser is sent free on receiptof SCOTT HODGKINSj
Resolved, That, in accordance wltb tbo well-trained voice. Mr. Clerk Circuit Court.Vuluala l Co., V. |...
J. M. !McCorkle of Stetson and stamps to pay expense of mailing only. .
t terms of tho affiliation agreement, a copy of and went to for the boot in _
Rev. Brewster family Mr. W. H,1::.J:>ston of Kingston: spent Send 21 one-cent stamps - ---- -- ---
this resolution shall (be sent) by the recorder
e to the secretary of tbe Board of Trusteesof Coronado Beach Monday. Andrew several days in Barbervllle recently. paPer covers volume., or Address 31 ata-Dlps Dr.for R. V.the Pierce clothbound ,- .ow O+OoOeOoOoO.'Oo-O+O.OoOoO a a o aww..a--
a John B. Stetson University and to each Baldrldge and Charlie Martin accom- Mrs. Terry, who has been on a visitto
member of the Board -
panied them. her j
parents near Miami for the
Besolved,That In accordance with the terms
&4 t: of the affiliation agreement this action shall Mrs. Baldridge: received a afternoon telegram past six weeks, expected home this Over. at Hastings, in St. Johns -
from Plttsburg Monday ,
not be presented for ratification by the Board week. have
t of Trustees of tbe University of Chicago until saying her daughter: Miss Nellie, was Francis McBride, the boy who :was county, in they Irish 1,700 and acres it is CO.
planted ,
I time has elapsed for such communication as very ill with typhoid fever. Miss few
{, accidently ahotla| weeks since, is
estimated that the
r may be necessary between the two universi Nellie has a good many friends here crop bring
1, ties. this recovering. $225,000. When one small locality .j' DE LAND, I I FLORIDA.
who much to
19 Resolved That in taking this action the regret very There was preaching in the Baptist can produce such results,' it is not .'"

,t'4 a, board of amllatlons is moved by no unfriendly sad news. church Easter Sunday by Rev. Mr. that Florida. is forging
spirit, but on the contrary It sharps with all Capt. Harris of St. Francis had another Butler of Seville.' .' strange Starke DeLAND'S LEADING} LOCAL PAPER. .
the friends John B. Stetson the Telegraph. ,
St. Johns River picnic on Tues-
r The price of eggs Has dropped to 17 -
fraternal hope that truth and justice may
About twelve from this place
day. cents dozen and lower.It LOVE
: prevail; that the wounds of the conflict may per may go: A .
; be speedily healed, and that the prosperity and Enterprise went. This is the last is reported that a Seville man had One Dollar Per Annum Would not interest j if( you're look .
and traef ulnessof tbe University in the future I of the picnics for this season. $5,000 in the First National Bank of you
Five Cents
fulfill tbe of Its ing for a guaranteed Salve lor Sores, Single Copies
may amply promise past.
,, ALONZO K. PARKER A good deal of property is changing Jacksonville when it suspended. Mr. Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd of Pon- 'Advertising! Ratts Reasonable ,

ar' Recorder. hands here lately. Mr. D. P. Graves Bishop, whose store in Pierson was der, Mo., writes: "I suffered with an

has sold his brick store, on Graves recently burned, had $1,500 insurance ugly sore for a year, but a box of

The above action was taken, not avenue, to Wm. Laws; Mr. Perley has money in the bank. A Lungren: man Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's BOOK AND JOB rIU TEIIS.
the best salve on earth. at W. A.Allen's .
; because of the rumors circulated
.fp, sold an unoccupied business lot, on had about $20 in the bank.It .
and Geo.V.. Fisher's drugstores
roz alla1nst: : the president of the institution Graves avenue to Mrs. Welch; Mr. U reported that O. M. Brown and .

t. but because of the row that is Graves has sold to Ned Smith, colored, brother, who moved from Barberville I' Letter and Bill Heads,

being made by the Stetsonltes over 15 acres of what used to be W. W'I to Seabreeze some months ago and On May 19 an election will be Envelopes Engraved Statements and Printed, Cards,

the action of the trustees. Not long: West's grove, joining the Talnter opened a grocery store, lost everything held in Polk county to decide Engraving and Color Printing/ ,

since President Harper wrote to place; another 10 acres to Miss Massy in the recent tire there, and.had whether the shall be "wet"or Programs! Menus and Invitations,
President Forbes assuring him that county Rubber Stamps, Seal Presses, Stencils,
and two acres to Mrs. E. A. Hill no insurance whatever on their goods "
vary. Large and Small Posters, Handbills, Stickers
.": th agreement for affiliation was made Mrs. Berry and daughter, Miss Car and furniture. ----...- Y Advertising No'eltlesFans, Calendars,

between the trustees of the two rie, who have occupied Norwood Villa : LUNQRKN.!: Newspapers Printed in Whole or ia Part.

universities, and that the trustees of this winter, left Tuesday for their Mr. Lansing:, the lighthouse tender, BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.S. ;

Chicago University would abide by home in Kent, Conn. who lives between here and the river, LeQuinn of Cavendish Vt., was ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. ;.
robbed of his customary health by invasion -
the action of the trustees of Stetson. Mrs. Albert Shattuck and daughter, has been having his house improved. of Chronic Constipation. When "
The action of the Board Affiliation ;s0 .'fio.OoJ..o..o.tS- <
Miss Reva, and cousin, Miss Vinzant, Mr. Albert Turner did the work. Mrs. Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into -

of Chicago University was taken in were in town Tuesday on her way to Lansing has been spending sometimeon his house, his trouble was arrested and

the absence of President Harper, and New Smyrna from a visit in DeLand. the coast with her mother.Mr. now he's entirely cured. They're guar Racket
The Store
whether he and the trustees of Chicago Mrs. Shattuck's friends were glad to B.V.. Green and wife, who anteed to cure, 250 at W. A. Allen's .

will approve tbe slap at Stetson see her in Orange City again. spent the winter in Emporia, drove and Geo. W. Fisher's drug stores. ,

University and the town of DeLand, Our Euchre Club met Tuesday even- over to Lungren with a couple of Some people--and--some-- towns in J. A. ERICK N, Proprietor, ,

$ just at this time, time alone will tell. Ing. There were seven tables Judge friends a few days before leaving for Florida are doing well. Hastings DRY GOO1, SHOES HATS, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, JEWELRY -

The affiliation agreement: is not ant Bailey, who took: the part of a lady, their home in Emporium ,Pa. has shown there is big money in the MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC\ ETC. (

unmixed blessing, as the parent institution first McCormickthe Mrs. Morgan, a former resident of DeLand herself
the Irish is
a won prize;George potato, making -
reserves the right to approve and Agent for the SINGER, the but Machine in the world. All kinds ofSewing
I gentleman's;! first prize, and Mrs. Emporia who owns property there, the cassava city, Orlando claims
.. or reject any teachers selected by the has been Machines leraiif d std ] arts fniLitl td.
spending time in Em-
S. C. Fuller and Mr. Walden the'consolation some a primacy of sheltered pineapple,

'j-," affiliated school, and this has caused prizes. poria. and Lawtey prefers strawberries!, Best and cheapest HARNESS in tie city. Hnrrres! rcy air d picn'rty]
;;c .. little friction in the At
r some past. Fertilizing to .IEiJ' A BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION.
a -' Mr. Baldridge and family left Wed- : orange groves seems while Eustia!, in Lake county, lays M
1' any other time than the present, the'I nesday last for their home In Pitts- be going: on extensively in this partof claim to 200 miles of lake short,

I have severance been of the affiliation to would not burg, Pa., also Mrs. Foote, Mr. Freeman's Florida, and tons are also being puton skirted by higb hills, the finest and
'" regretted great extent. -
I any the groves In and around Crescent inland lakes in the 1IFIStET'.EiY1YIk'VFS)' +F1tEEfIP.Yidflb4YIP.h".1J." XsYs"fsES'AYJ".ifklYStfl49YfE'AfsMk'fPKSUIYIIfsk" J.'r ., OCfIFf):
)r sister, for her home in Ohio. (
I >\. Mrs. Calvin and three children City. This will evidently be a pros with increasing tourist patronage, '
; Sperry For Pleasant Time
6 j' Suspend Judgment Till Courts Act. perous year with the fertilizer manufacturers and all these have jdst come to the I : a .y'
left the 5th for Hartford
Monday, 4 .4
From West Palm Beach Tropical Sun. dealers. front. Farmem' institutes have been e
s': The future of Stetson University is Conn., where they will spend the The fishing: season at Lake Dexter established in every county in Flor- ._. .GO TO 1HE-. -'

.f a matter too sacred to be Imperiled summer with Mr. Sperry's people. and Lake George is The catch
over. ida and the will be asked
<" 'by.the vile tongue of the gossip: mon They went by rail, and Mr. Sperry bas amounted to 1000 fish or more some for, money to legislature continue the work.- QC- ..6. ':J:' =: 0 0 Lr :e .
The Institution is far
ger. by greater received word of their safe arrival. \
than either Stetson or Forbes, or days at Lake Dexter, and probably it Eustit, Lake Region. ,..
both combined, even though one has Wm. Kolman has learned the art ofmaking"Frenchplalelooklngglasse8. was greater at Lake George. The ----a --

expended his money and the other his ." fishermen were much annoyed this .
fthake Into Your "Shoes
+ energy, in bringing it up to the high He is now prepared to do work in that year by game wardens or deputy sheriffs Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests' the feet. FOlW 13ea1.11i1.11 liqkes {Otf: 13oatil1S.Sqilboq1s .
standard which it has reached, and
line; either making: a new glass or repairing who threatened them with arrest Cures CornsBunlons.lngrowinjr Nails, -
$ >
which it is hoped that it will main-
Plo'c''bogts\ Cqqoes fo# 1el1t.{
.i tain. All conservative and peace an old one. Satisfaction guar- for fishing: for shad, after some of Swollen and Sweating feet. At all \

]live citizens of Florida will, we be- anteed. Gallon Wm. Kolman, Orange them had been fishing unmolested for druggists and shoe stores, 23c.:: Ask

urging, agree,/for: the with good the of Tropical the state Sun, that in City. 2t 20 years. It seems that a judge rendered -' today. JSTo l1q1! e/fo1.f A<\ission\ to (\:foqrds.Irfoqse \ .

Next Sunday, April 19, at o'clock a decision that the fishermenhad
tl'Ma the matter be allowed to drop, and One of the best advertisements
,t, judgment suspended until the courts p.m. In the M. E. church of Orange no right: to fish for shad in the St. Cl1.1b : Over to the\ Pqblic.
that out Florida .
was ever by a I" ,
9' shall render a verdict. City, Rev. T. P. Warner, the pastor, Johns River, The shad are caueh* in put :
enterprise was the of a
sending car
will preach the third and last sermon the nets with the other flsh and some I
I Leaves the Matter to the Courts. on "Modern Spiritualism". An ear I times alligators and turtles are through the northern states several Parties Can Hive the Use of Dining-Room and Kitchen, "is 1th Dishes s, i

J"rom tbe Jake City Index. nest Invitation is extended to all who caught.;! The fishermen take what) years ago loaded with the fruit ... etc. at Moderate Rates I :

We receive by nearly every mall love the truth aa it is In Jesus. comes and sort out the fish after they grown here. Many people had no ,
something "for or agin1' the trusteesin idea that such oranges, lemons, ii
The law should
are caught. be made

The the matter Stetson Is now University In the courta.anc matter. E/IPORI-t. plain so that everybody can,-understand and pineapples it was,the etc.means, were of grown bringing here, QOOO FLOO1i JLJSTD) :PJiLjSTO fo! :

r we shall not further discuss it, exceptto it, and no.judge should be allowed -
Special! 1 Correspondence. large number to this stats to reside.A .. ,
say we believe in the majority report to nullify the law by decisionor ,
of the trustees. When such men Emporia, April 15.-Emporla is on a ruling- This of a : display at the St. Louis fair wouldbe Refreshments will be on Sale every Thursday,

as. Dr. Camp, Go v, -Jennings and boom. species anarchy another surprise, as the advance evening for Dancing.

'"" other! say a thing is right, fl,comes We had quite a nice show here last has been going on long enough already within the past few years would h3liAfAiAOtrAS3t49WSAfAi3isA0tcAt11i11cAALiLisMiOhfi
near being so. ia this country.Cowpenning if3lOtUsT < R
evening, and everyone seemed to en- show-to the 'orld-wbo will be at --- -

v joy themselves The queer part was for the potato crop-bae the fair. -that Florida produces as Sao o.C o.o.O o O oeo.
been going on hereabouts for several
... that one young man wore a hat to the fine fruit as can be had the world

THE OLD RELIABLE show with a lot of doll clothes In It. weeks.The of the Baltimore over. The most densely populated. : JOHN B. STETSON
Youpg man, be more careful next portions of the United States are

time, and leave the doll clothes at Daily Sun owns an orange grove here. within easy access of the state of DE LAND FLORIDA'
It Is under the
of Albert
care Mr.
home. Florida and a fine display would
Mra. 1, P. Felt's many friends are cause many to com here to see for .
glad to know that abe improves with There is a prospect of a colony of themselves, and when they are herewe THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. !-.

day.Eaater Swedes from ,Chicago being located 'have to feed them. A dig vrt."V
every good i
lc was a lucky' day for one of here. A Chicago lawyer and real estate play at St. Louie would be a good PRO RATA CREDIT GIVEN IN EITHER INSTITUTION FOR ...

o. our young ladies; two beaus that day, dealer Is engineering the scheme. advertisement, and advertising paya. _.......

m 1 \,..' one In the afternoon, the other In the :' We will all welcome such an enter- Gainesville. Sun.CONFESSIONS. COLLEGE OP LIBERAL: ARTS COLLEGE :
prise. There is
; evening.' an abundance of land ACADEMY SCHOOL OP ,

oe kk ) Miss Carrie Pye Is thlnklngof here pleasantly located for a town, NORMAL AND PRACTICE 4
s spend- and it can be bought! cheap too. We OF A PRIES']. ;.' SCHOOLSKINDERGARTEN BUSINESS

ing the summer In the sunny South. are about half way between the At- Rev. Jno. S. Cox of Wake, Ark.., SCHOOLS or .J.
Mr. and Mr. B. W. Green and niece, lantic Coast Line and the river. The writes, '"For 12 years I suffered from ,

L Miss Alice Montgomery, left last week land here is somewhat elevated above Yellow Jaundice., I consulted a numberof Law Oraduates admitted to Practice In Florida ,without ::::,,1

KIN for their home in Emporium, Pa. the The surrounding flatwoods. physicians and tried all sorts of A Complete System of Correlated work In Manual W'f,'1 3
rural mail route baa not been medicines but got no relief.;Then I began An Adequate and Competent Faculty of _
Vlvla Davis rememberedon _
Little was established yet, but we hope to have the use of Electric Bitters and feel A Well Selected and Comprebenilra Museum. dOver
-' Easter with some lovely eggs.The It soon and the advantages! of a daily that I am now cured of a disease that S300.000 in Building and Equipment. "
'WDER. boys in our town have turned mall. There has been delay ID hav had me in its grasp for twelve years." A Splendidly Equipped Oymoaalum.
log the
wood haulers, in earnest.W. side of the petition river signed: on the west If you want a reliable medicine for A Library.ot over 0,000 Volume '

"' ,Mrv"Wl Powell of Pierson was la Thecool Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach .
weather tbe first,part of Tot further Information addrvw the President. ,
the disorders or general debility, get Electric
to.n Monday. month has not been favorable
our very .
frlends'ar to the but we for Bitters. It's guaranteed by W. A.. JOHN r. roB.s PH. '
:y'''".,9.,....tflii... out:who... .jour- ,', get, nor soluble. weather from now on. Allen aad.G. W.. Fishsr. Only. socif' K>H>H H> O > O< itt.OO->O <>W>><> A Q v
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