The DeLand weekly news

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The DeLand weekly news
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De Land weekly news
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Weekly news
Place of Publication:
DeLand Fla
L.H. Eldridge
Creation Date:
March 6, 1903
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
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The DeLand Weekly News was founded in 1887 and succeeded by the DeLand News in about 1907. Christopher O. Codrington served as editor for both newspapers. A well-known DeLand newspaperman, Codrington also published the Florida Agriculturalist; he was also involved in a 1908 libel case (Steward v. Codrington, et al.) involving railroad owner and county judge Isaac A. Stewart. The interests of the railway loomed large in DeLand--the seat of Volusia County. First settled in 1874 and originally named Persimmon Hollow after its persimmon trees, the community was at first accessible only by steamboat. This situation changed with the visit in 1876 of Henry DeLand, a New York industrialist, who renamed the town and re-envisioned its future as a center for agriculture, particularly for citrus, and for tourism. Soon afterward, the tracks of the Georgia, Florida, and Key West Railway Company came to DeLand, running south from the Georgia state line to New Symrna on the Atlantic coast. DeLand enjoys a reputation as a city of firsts. It was the first community in Florida to have electricity. It was home to the state’s first private university, Stetson University. Later, it would host Florida’s first law school, established in 1900 at Stetson University. DeLand was known as the “Athens of Florida” because of its outpouring of cultural activities--extraordinary for Florida at the turn of the century. The town’s influence would later wane as political and economic power shifted toward Daytona Beach. Both the DeLand Weekly News and the DeLand News provided extensive coverage of local developments, and the papers duly noted the comings and goings of prominent visitors, including John B. Stetson, the Philadelphia hat manufacturer and philanthropist for whom Stetson University is named. In 1921, the DeLand News merged with another local weekly, the Volusia County Record founded in 1888. The product of their union was the DeLand News and Volusia County Record.
Cf. Rowell, 1891.:
Began in 1887.
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Chris. O. Codrington, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 14 (Feb. 2, 1889).
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following is from the Florida the members of the County TEIE most closely contested game r a ,
official organ of Board were present at base ball ever played in De- brings bark recollections of fyP"uu 0 '''lU'pllU'' z. ,1 4ff'' '

the Baptlat of the state of Florida: the regular monthly meeting held on Land-and perhaps In the state-was THE OLD sriuxca +
;f "Dr. Forbes' vindication from. the Monday. Chairman Chandler pre- pulled off at the athletic grounds on -
'.'k:: Saturday morning between the Uni- r
vile slanders which had been setS sided. that gushed forth its cool iwaterefromashadyhillside f
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afloat concernln him, was reaffirmed The superintendent reported that versity and the East Florida! Seminary: I 5 "

by the board of trustees even those he had engaged Miss Vincent and teams. Stetson went to bat thirteen There is Homethlng pecu- y II I I .,.. E' x "; .
;. e C'- on the board who opposed him expres Miss Calhoun of the Normal Department times and Gainesville fourteen times liarly refreshing about M ; r. 1,

sing their belief in bin innocence. Mr. of the University, to lecture to before a score was made. We doubt n} l npoorl' l l
: Stetson only contended for Dr. Forbes' the county teachers at the meetingheld whether a game was ever played In P Q J d

.. removal from the presidency of the In DeLand. the state before with such a record. Mineral:\
4'. the of The attendance was small. The It I
University on ground expediency For repairs at the Pierson school, "
and used the pressure of his SJ5:! was appropriated.A morning: is a bad time for a ball game; WATER. ; \

great wealth freely to effect it, but communication was received Saturday morning is worse than the After have learned
to t
'-.' when he failed to accomplish his pur from H. E. Bennett publisher of the jsual time and when Saturday and a like You may not care for I / I; 'f .. i
pose-the vote standing 15 to 7 in fa- Southern School and Home, of Tallauassee Ircus come together it's Dost unus- it at firbtbut In time you wont

vor of Dr. Forbes-he manifested an suggesting/ that the board. lally bad. care for other water. It l '
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The Gainesville team arrived on the j'
unchristian and showed
spirit very subscribe for this paper for all tin cleanses the system of all im
.. clearly his Intention to withdraw all county teachers. The members oi arly morning train, and were on the purities. It Is not a cure-all. .qw f "
_ his support from the Institution.::! We the board thought the teachers weri (rounds promptly on time. The As a blood-purifier and corrective J

:.. .. are sure that we voice the sentiment able to subscribe to and pay for theli lalnesvllle battery consisted of the of stomach troubled!
of every trustee on the orbet own papers and the communicative .imous pitcher Kennedy with Wll- and kidney disorders" stands I

e side of this controversy when we say was laid on the table. led Capo: behind the bat. without a peer :2 half-gallon 1 ..

that they fully appreciate all thai The desks in the station at Por The Stetson battery was composed bottles, ],' cts. ,, I ItYf1
Mr. Stetson has ever doue for tin Orange were ordered shipped to Kos if Med Hold and Jimmie Pounds.
and loth Kennedy and Reid pitched the A11r
University deeply regret that he flay colored school. -
cannot get his consent to go with the After drawing the usual number o. nitre fourteen Innings-a remarka- [L WHIT FRONT J I/I -,
b majority of his brethren which is not warrants in payment of salaries ant 'e! record. Kennedy showed signs of o r r f '

only BaptUtlc but also democratic, current:: bills, the board adjourned. teakenin after the ninth Inning,, .>.!,
in the maintenance of this great mil the Stetson boys hit him quite x->/- .u w

r school which bears his name. AX UNBIASED: HTATCMOT. Ively. Head weakened the eighth

:;.' WHY STETSON WAS DEPOSED. >r ninth, but got a small lunch and --- .- .......,..."...,.. =-- ..
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'.. "The great charge that the trustees .iiev. J. C. Porter, Prominent Divine, then,veil pitched the first.the last The five innings by Innings as- 00000000000000000000000000g ,.'I-t'tt-l-t3:-G-:10$:-t9I:-C!-!10-I-ff-<.I+:O t + score
h.,. got all the money they could out ol Talks About University: Itow. as
Mr. Stetson and then kicked him out ?!row the Uuulu, Star, Feb.24. was as follows: g j ]Kicks) mid Squibs g ::
Real Estate Office.
., of the management of the University; Rev. J. C. Porter returned from De- Stetson-00000000000000-1 g\ From ItoiiiHler S [

?}r'':' Is not true. Mr. Stetson: by refusing! /! Land yesterday, where he went last E.F.S.000000000000000In u0000000000000000000000000BARItIE'S .
,::"-+ to submit to the majority rule, made ,week to attend the presentation day; Stetson's! last inning Hall went -- '--'-
:..,. \ it absolutely necessary to elect an .xercises at Stetson University, Mr. first, to bat and knocked a mild liner College: expenses said must Mouses:: Fox Rent: :
other man as president of the board t'orter says the trustees of the Uni-- 10 short which was fumbled and the very high, a
__- of trustees. For this important ottice! versity sustained and indorsed Dr. J. runner reached first safely. Pounds! friend to papa. "Yes," he replied"but

to have been tilled by one antagonistic L''. Forbes! as president by a vote of 15 fanned. C. Bennett got to first on Barrie is a good boy. He says, if I .. City Lots Residencesand
'.' him half Interest in the business ,
to the policy of the board WOUld to ". Mr. Stetson refused to abide by l balls, and Hall walked. McClaimant give a
? ': have paralyzed the growth and pios- the decision of the majority, hence it Knocked a liner to center, reached he will pay them back" Unimproved Property.

... perity of the whole institution anu: became necessary to retire him from Bret, advancing Hall and Bennett to tt. f .. -. _.

:,,,! \ hence in the election of oHlcers oui, tile presidency of the board of trus! third and second. Sears came to bat "I can't bear to see you smoking :
Property of P -Resideots Cared For and Taxes Pail
... venerable: and beloved Brother. N. tees. He was not kicked out, as sonic and Hall got home on a passed ball that old pipe, Eddie she said as she

:' Chaudoin: was chosen to take Mr. Stet. of the newspapers! have it, but on account tumbled by the catcher. This gave ran her hands through his curly locks. -. --- -- -.-- -- -------..- ..-._-
t1\('.:- son's place as president of the boan. of his decided opposition to the stetson 1 score last to bat, and the "Dr. Mansion says it is a slow poison"; Land sold for Taxes redeemed.
of trustees. For more than a do/eii, policy. adopted by a majority of the same discontinued. without a word and Eddie replied: "But can't smoke I

"' years Mr. Stetson has been repre I oard it was absolutely necessary to uy mutual consent. prussic acid or a chimney just to i J. IR/ WttLrll
rented in the columns of the Witite=, elect another man in his place as The full score follows: please ;you and the dc nr" After !
'. and also from the Baptist pulpits president. He remains a trustee but Stetson T.n. R.ID.S.II.I'.O.A. E which Mike's bench:: was deserted. Abstract Ollice, between Post Otllce and Bank.

throughout the state as::! a Christian holds no official position. The election Pounds::!. c. . . 6 0 3 014 0 J + i JO-lO-I-O-KM-O-l-O-I-O-t-OI-O-I-O-I-O-I-O-KM-OOOOOO*<>-1<)01-0-1 1
philanthropist and the leading benefactor dennett u.. lb. .. 4 0 1 0 13 2 1 times in
of Dr. W. N. Chaudoin: the Baptist A watch ticks 147,812,000) a
.UcCialmant'Lb..6: 0 1 0 5 4 0 '
of our University ills name nester of Florida to take Mr. ,ears, 3b. .. . 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 year but Fudgcr'a customers tick oftener -
is ingrained in the most prosperous Stetson's place as president of the Uenttett L., If. 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 than this. O. .**o.o.4l-.o.o.,o.-0'e.-O.*.O.*.*.*.*.*.*..0.O.0. 0 8.0 '
\ .. ,F\ decade. of Florida Baptist history and board of trustees will give general Solberg. cf. . .. 5 0 1 0 3 0 1 .
rf . 5 0 1 0 2 0 1 4- Finest
: as Florida Baptists had learned to Johnson::!
we satisfaction to all the and
patrons Reid P .. . .. /5 0 1 0 0 4 0Hall. There was a racket on the University i Razors and
.. esteem him very: highly for his! work'ssake friends of the University. tl8 . . 5 1 1 0 1 2 0 tennis court last Monday. In SelectionEver
I but now to see him break faith The University was never more - -
with his brethren and seek to destroy prosperous. and its friends are multiplying. Totals . .45 1 11 0 42 13 4 fact, there were four rackets; but no <4< Displayed

all the good he has done in our midst Every one seems to regretthe Summary-Stolen basis, 1; 2b hits, 1; one was! hurt. Pocket Knives .

during these years::!, simply because he course pursued by Mr. Stetson base on balls 2; tttruck out, 11; passed + + + in Volusia County '

could not have his way In a mere matter lie has done much for the school and .balls, 2; batting average 24.4.E. Eighty acres of pecans have been
of expediency Is, to our mind, the he city of DeLand and his loss will F. S. T.13. n.IB.9.H.P.O.A. E. planted in the southern >art of the EnamelwareTinware

... saddest thing we have ever known. '>e keenly felt. But the trustees Rousseau 2b. ... 0 000351 state this year besides numerous
The innocence of Dr. Forbes! was not either had to turn the University over berfrey ss. . 5 0 0 0 1 2 1 small plats or groves and thousands atMCDONALD'S
; questioned! at the recent meeting of o him and let him control it absolutely Kennedy, p .. (U 0 1 0 0 4 (0 I of scattering trees not taken into -
] to along without his 'l.aylor.3b. . .. 6020812
or try get
the board. That matter was thor- assistance, and as they are not yet Colee, If. .. .. .., 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 consideration. The growing of pe- 4
oughly Investigated at a special meeting ready to submit to the one man power Capo Walton, 2b. U 0 1 0 0 0 0 cans and other nuts will in time rank
/ In September and he was unanimously they reluctantly decided to let him Capo Wilfred c. 0 0 1 0 10 3 0 next to Florida's cattle industry.::! Cook StOVeS ami HARDWARE {
Moore lb.. .. .. tl 0 1 012 1 1 (
and look elsewhere for a benefactor -
the most popularnut
exonerated from all the go The pecan I Is::! today
who will forward the' good work. Turner rf. .. .. /5010010
charges Implications made against - on the market, and the crop! Is exhausted -
Friend who
"A has already given Heaters
his moral character. Those who call $70,0(10( authorized President Forbesto Totals . 54 0 8 0 40 17 /5 soon after the tlrst harvest STORE. Jr..
this a "white washing" must admit draw on him for $5,000 more to Summary Stolen bases 1; double Rounder hopes::! to Bee a thousandacres !

that Mr. Stetson'and his .six friendson make up any deficit that might school occurat plays ,1; base on balls, 2; bit by :: planted in Volusla county withIn ..o..o.-o.-o.-o.o.-o.o.o.o.-o.o o.o.o.o.o.
the close of the present
:. the board not only gave their consent year. The number of students now In pitched balls 1; struck out, 16; passedlalls the next live years. HOC Dlm. ---- ---- h ___ ._ -----
but helped use the brush to make the University far exceeds that of 1. Time of game, 3 hours. -
the job thorough and complete. any previous year and everything Is Mr. Cord of the Quaker Quartette Dr. Tanner Opinion'. r

: A.BAPTIST CARDINAL PRINCIPLE. fully progressing as If no as friction smoothly had and occurred success be- umpired the first 11 iunlnga. He had Dr. H. A. Tanner is having more I

4 -. "It has ever been a cardinal principle tween Mr. Stetson and the board of to leave to catch the train and E. E'. fun out of the Stetson-Forbes charges,
f ,trustees. The institution will continue Gates took his place. There was very than else. The doctor Is
submit all etc., anyone
with Baptists to matters
to prosper and be the pride of little kicking against either umpire. I PLAYING WITH FIRE
i fence
of expediency to the majority every true Floridian. right square on the and loses::! no I
rule, hence, Mr. Stetson and his The game was a nice, clean one opportunity to prod Stetson, Forbes j I Endangers both the home per 4 >d t
friends by refusing to abide by the was a student at Stetson during i throughout. The Gainesville boys or Ike. The following/ shows his opln- son. One may meet with a serf mii '' ../ .
decision of a two-thirds majority of which time he became converted and : were the guests of the Stetson teamat Ion of Ike's little book: accident while escaping from, or (fc f 7 '

1. their board, manifested a spirit not entered the great work of the gospel Hotel Putnam until Sunday noon, -"The pamphlet In question is a pbe- attempting a burning house tos.ue something In s'

i only unbaptlstlc but also revolutionary ministry and Is now holding/ an Important when the they treatment returned home accorded delightedwith them. nomenal affair; under Florida school i J: Why; not be safe from pecuniary Al* MM \ tt
in Kentucky. Our discipline the attlanta could not obtain loa. in either case t Carry A> ,-i f. .- -
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and destructive. we, as Baptists pastorate They were given a banquet at Chau
''tr.: are to surrender this cherished eldest daughter spent four years doin Hall Saturday evening. In grammar a third grade cel'tltl'dte.1 j FIRE AND ACCIDENT /
i.- principle for which our forefathers there developing from an Immature, r A and the promiscuous! use of personal

l ij.1. (1.( shed blood, we had better close our weak child, into a strong, self-reliant, BondStough.Mr. pronouns renders It obscure whether If/SUI/AliCE
;'. -j churches join the Catholl 8-and giver cultured woman and is now filling the Frank E. Bond of DeLand and the: accused, the nurse, the matron,
,' our allegiance to a re,pope. responsible position of vocal teacherof Mrs. Elizabeth Stough of Ohio were the spies, the president or the chief and best the able loss will fall upon those
to It.
pay The Com ,
"As editor and proprietor of .the music in the Central Female College quietly married at the Bond residenceon almoner was the subject of the affidavit isles we represent settle all claims pa- .y

r, Baptist organ of the State we feel of Alabama. Our second daughter New York avenue-Saturday afternoon Tuesday."I promptly and arc very liberal in '
that it la our duty to make this statement is now a student in the Universityand Rev. A. J. Smith of the Presby hope the climax was reached when their treatment of policy holders.

i-,: in view of the many false rumors It is our purpose to try, no matter terian church performing the cere- twenty or moH? of the girl students, SILAS B. WRIGHT DeLand, Fla.
that have been published and how! great the sacrifice/ to keep her mony. Only a few friends They and had been relatives accompanied with their cavaliers::!,
were present.
circulated by the enemies of our great there until she is graduated. Invited to the house to attend a cele- marched through the principal streetsto
university. Personally we heartily ',"Thank God ton Stetson Universityand bration in honor of Mr. Bond's natal the College Arms and cheered JohnB. -
'k; and unequivocally indorse Stetson Its noble president.. May the day and the wedding was a complete Stetson. What material for a Salvation -

University under the_management of Father of all mercies protect them surprise. Army. All these demonstrations ::! "
.''u.. President Forbes! and its competent from the tongue of the slanderer and $100 Reward $100. charges and counter charges o.o..o..o..o.o..o.o.-o..o.-o.-o.-o o..o.-o+o-

'..r"; ., board 'of tl'U8teell.For three years grant to them still greater prosperityand The readers of this paper will be are confirmatory of the opinion that "Shoe the Old. Morse:
that there la at leaston ?
our youngest brother, T. J. Porter usefulness In years to come. pleased to learn I conventual discipline and monastic
that science
dreaded disease
:t.: rules are the proper methods for edu-
----- been able to cure In all Its stages, and
: .' that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cures cation during/ adolescence. The co- Shoe the ZBsu37- Maze"
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L- _WANTED:: medical fraternity. Catarrh being a COn problem. Why not observe in this <
atltutlonul disease requires a consti- whole unfortunate muddle our Savior's in the !
Price List subject to change tutional treau ent. Hall's Catarrh Cure Shoe anything ; { ht
when Market changes. is taen Internally, acting directly up- rule in regard to throwing. stones. "
c5% Dry Flint Hides .... 121 cts. lb. All other Furs. Hides,Old Metals. on the blood and mucous surfaces the of Brill's Stationery bargains con- shape of a. horse that :} -
tbe system thereby: destroying
Green bait Bides.. diets Rubbers, etc., in full proportion, *
Beeswax ...... ..... 2tl{cts. ". foundation of the disease and givingthe tinue. went shod. ;
Tallow in Barrels :... 6 eta. Furs 1 Furs I patient strength by building up Many: School Children:: are Sickly. you
;': ? Tallow Cakes..... .. 6. etat '/ the-constitution and assisting natureIn
doing Ita work. The proprietors Mother Gray's Sweet Powers for w.
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THE TRUSTEES' SIDE to Dr. Forbes that Dr. Foster had been sent News Notes Applied to the o \

for to come to Philadelphia and had been shown the From University I "

tj resignation. Upon his return to Chicago, Dr. Foster o 00000000000000000000000000 0 Soles of Your Shoe, ;

c' '' '< retailed the entire matter to Dr. Harper and pre- It Is of no particular value. 0 ,

HISTORY OF THE FIGHT ON pared him for a visit by Mrs. Stetson who soon went MANY of the students and citi ',. 0 Fallen: According ". ,
tC1 are unaware of the great .... .
to see him. Mrs. Stetson told Dr. Harper that they
changes made lately In the Business o
''PRESIDENT FORBES. had the resignation, (obtained under a pledge of Department. When Science Hall o to Directions, .. .
and asked Dr. It is the most valuable Cough Syrup on the market.
secrecy) Harper to name a president, was completed, the laboratories, ".
fir stating, at the same time, that "its acceptance wasa which formerly occupied part of the We are talking about -'.; ,'"

u .. Presentation of Facts Dating from the mere formality." Attention is called to the fact third floor of Elizabeth Hall, were ; Compound Syrup>> of White Pine and Tar.

P' of this action by the Stetsons, showing how utterly moved to that bulldlnand/! the rooms We prepare It ourselves and know what it contains i
&{ Beginning of the Diflcrence, Showing they ignored the Board of Trustees, the matter never vacated were given to the Business I' and what it will do for your '

'Despicable>> ] Methods having been in any way brought to their atten This rooms department and can accommo-now occupies -'
Reported 'o. tion. date two hundred students. Hoarseness Loss of Voice, Etc. (0
Mrs. Stetson Comes to "'rokt' Charge". I 0) _I IF'JSeEE
The large room formerly occupiedby
'.''r /0., Immediately after commencement, Dr. Forbes left the chemical laboratory Is now the : : : :: 'S STORE.DRUG oi' \ ;>.

0'$ ?-> --have been so persistently forced upon the public, concerning Upon his arrival in Rochester he found telegrams olllce. There are two banks, one state @,!!' '!!/

,&74 ,the action of the Trustees of the Stetson awaiting him stating that Mis. Stetson had arrivedin and one national bank, each equipped .J \V
;University regarding the controversy with AJr. Stetson DeLand claiming that she had written authorityto I with regular banking books and following 3M: SaiB {SSI t8WWtl:fn'tAtJ11t6 t.3fibdt'iiTdi19t13ihtr5fdtA( ;! :R1dA6iLif1tt;! ;' 1i1.'l1. !t5iftytfCALiiAtiPfdiiI1".1LZ ;
DcLuad,but ft
M. KOJMAN. formerly now
r1' and believing-that longer silence on their part represent Mr. Stetson, and demanding that the business.the modes of procedure of real : 11 EI !1'D1'" "r Otungu wily, bus opened a ji a!!"i ..

a ''b has ceased to be a virtue, the Trustees herewith Executive committee remove Dr Forbes as presidentand This Business College Is in FUJ. NxrriUl1.EI FURNITURE AND HARDWARE STORE

n+, I present the following statement of the facts and treasurer, and also that they turn over to her the with ten others in New connection York-, I .."ND] on Stn r Giaves avenue,la what Is known at the J

j' ;' '4' circumstances, and ask a fair and impartial consid property of the University. Finding that the Exec- Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland, Tijiu1'1v.1i.1tn' and He will IB tell now.. CHEAPER prepared to fill than all any orders oilier tn lili house, ;!; .

i, eration. utive committee had no such authority, she declinedto and checks, drafts, etc., pass from I'.A (CVO! Voluala vifuutjr.rieana ; !jj KR
Dr. Forbes First Demand for Jim'sllgntloiu avail herself of the offer of the sectttary to call a one bank to another In payment for ,!, j7.TORE:; 4 t J cull. and Inspect his Stook.) jjV .

'. Early in February, 1902, Mr. Stetson informedDr. full meeting of the Board of Trustees, and goods purchased and actually shippedby t4ktrF4&S) }! ttf '!#h'f'k16'! !fi4S lKl4'kRIE?kUXllft&'tL'Uf! 8'dStitiL\ 'IIrar.rt i.Ad3ifSf$4ilfik'llftildit4tfif3lL! t

Forbes that rumors concerning Dr. Forbes in to: Ashbourne.In retl11'nel// means of cards. -------,----- -- 1

t. connection with Mrs. Mathes, a member of the faculty June, Dr. Forbes learned that Mr. Stetson had I goods The by freight/ department handle: 00000000000000000000000000 0 0 Mr. Haxton and Miss Babcock the il
) envelopes representing cars consolations.Nine .
a had been brought to his notice. Dr. Forbes employed attorneys and other agents who were hunting of different railroads. A regular o '
sys- of Mrs. White's boarders and
was astounded at such a suggestion, and at once demanded the United States over looking for something tem of rates is,.charged corresponding I Orange City go Md. Nellie Palmer had Mr. Cannons'

''l an investigation and at the same time declared which might be construed into a reflection upon his / to the rates In actual businesslife. 00000000000000000000000000 0 buckboard and four white horses from

I the rumors as utterly false. character, and demanded that the secretary call a The books In this department DeLand Wednesday morning and ,
| Action not being taken as promptly as Dr. Forbes meeting of the Trustees for full investigation.This also are the same those: used In Orange City, 'March 4.-Mr. M. drove to Lake Bearsford for a picnic.

'Jo .wished, he expressed his intention of calling a meet- was done, and the secretary issued a call for a railroad offices. Wheldon made a business trip to Orange Miss Thompson drove to Lake Helen

.* .* ing of the full Board of Trustees, demanding a verdict to be held for that The commission house receives City from Smyrna Wednesday Tuesday for a pleasure ride. She ..,
*'f' meeting July 3, 1902, purpose. goods not only from students in this evening and returned Friday noon. is feeling better already from Inhal
; at their hands. The expression of this intention school, but from all the others, and Mr. Charles Dickinson of Chicago, ing our atmosphere and drinking the
'' resulted in the appointment by Mr. Stetson of a committee Several Trustees Meet Slclson.. Home. sells them where the highest price Ill., come in Thursday to make his famous nector of Orange City.

}i ,z; composed of Mr. Stetson, Rev. Mr. Stewart, Upon receipt of this notice Mr. Stetson wired can be found The quotations of the sister,M I8s M. Dickinson, a short visit Land News and came Mrs.that Slouch Banker of Eau Bond Claire of De-, I

I of DeLand, and Dr. Foster, of the University of Governor Jennings, Mayor Fletcher and :Mr. E. O. New York market Is the standard He left Friday for a trip further \Vis., were married last :Saturday,
'.Chicago. Painter to meet him at his home at Ashbourne for here, but a weekly list Is received south. I'eb 28th. They have the good wishes .

All of the principals and witnesses appeared before consultation. Upon their arrival they found Rev. from each school. For Instance, a Thursday there were some of our of all their Eau Claire friends here. I
btudent in the Zanes\llle (Ohio school people and visitors went for a ride to Mr. Fred Flnney was showing Mrs. .
this David Moore 1\lr.'II. A. Dt-L.ind awl Mr.\ A. G. )
committee at the College Arms on the 19th of of in and
dinner B.V. Allen the places note
that Enterprise, taking at the :
see a certain article is sal
may t
March 1902. All were asked to tell all that they rlamlm, also members of the Board of Trustees, ling cheap In New York and at an advance Brock House, which the party of 54 around the town Wednesday: morniuc.

L knew both of hearsay and rumor and at the conclusion were there. Mrs. Stetson, at :Mr. Stetson's request, here. He can order the whole had ordered in advance. They werea :She with:: and Mr. and her Mrs husband Finney are while stopping here.

were asked if they had told all that they read a mass of so-called evidence, all of which was. sale house iu New York to ship goodsto joUy crowd. We are glad to say Mrs. Brenna is

r, i knew. At the close of the investigation Dr. Foster rumor and hearsay, and in no way proving any this commission house to be sold, Mrs Beyer of Plttsburg-, who has improving thu' slowly.

? expressed to Dr. Forbes his'surprise at the complete improper conduct on the part of Dr. Forbes, excepting thus> gaining the difference: In the been stopping at the Bolo for thepat Copies of THE NEWS can be foundat '

y collapse of the entire matter and a few days later the only a paper by a man named PtnkU who had markets. few weeks, left Friday noon for the store of Miss 13ab>:.ock. /

been steward' the and who The wholesale house deals in merchandise St. Augustine.Mrs. Mr. Win. Kolman of Orange City .
committee signed, in triplicate, a verdict exonera- employed as !; at University
t! offers for wale his home place known
of all kinds .
: and the student S. C. Fuller visit to her
: paid a
ting Dr. Forbes. had recently been discharged for stealing, lying, wife as the Kil Carpenter place, containIng
In charge Is to In the in
expected buy daughters Saturday DeLand.
The President Is "Ambitious". beating and the use of profane and obscene lan- 10 acres of food land, one two-
cheapest markets and sell where he Miss Nettleton drove to DeLand story house of six rooms, one large!
:A Soon after this meeting, Mrs. Stetson arrived in guage. can make the greatest profit. The Saturday. She took Mrs. Nellie Palmer barn and packing house and other out .
DeLand and in conversation with Dr. Forbes said Testimony of the tx.Ut'W.: John I'urkN. I retail house Is conducted like a general Miss Nellie Foster and Miss Ida builduiys, with the house well furnished .

that the late trouble was a very sad affair, but that This man was charged with not only stealing from I store, orders being taken and Folsom with nero iruit trees and!,about orange/ tOO and budded other grape-:small: ,

: r the matter could have been easily arranged if Dr. the University, but from the church and the Young tilled I and a regular customers' ledger I :Mrs. Douglass entertained a few fruits. All for $1,000 cash. This:: Is a
with which he had been connected. kept. All statements are sent out friends at cards bargain for anyone
Forbes had not become ambitions. She stated in Peoples' Society, Wednesday evening. Also one H>-acre farm at Lake I
explanation that the real difficulty began two years Prominent citizens of DeLand subsequently testified weekly.The I Miss Thompson from New York City Helen, known as the Wickham place.
before when Dr. Forbes began to plan for the law before the Board that his reputation in the community college: post office handles the I arrived at the Freeman house Mon. There are about 300 orange! and grape-
business college stamps for local use I truit trees just to bear 75
day evening. She comes for tur beginning ;
school and the school of technology. was that of a thie-f, wife beater, and a liar, and regular stamps for letters sent to health. She will remain the rest of ,peach trees, all veil fenced and lots
Stetson Complain! of the Uu l'tll'lI. and that his name was a byword in the town and other: col'eges.! the season. of limber on the place. This is a

1 Mr. Stetson had often complained! that the University that his wife joined in his lies and was so completely Tn all these departments the workIs Mr. and Mrs. Brown of New York beautiful lie offers It location for $300, well cash worth Come$500.and '

was getting to be a greater burden than he cared under his domination that she would sign! without checked weekly and until it Is approved are boarding at the Bolo. see Wm. Kolman at Orange Oily, Fla. _' '
reading which he would 11r. the student cannot take up Mr. and Mrs. Hills, who have been
'l to bear alone, and it was with great pleasure that Dr. any papers prepare.
.. Stetson demanded that the Trustees: should attend any new work. stopping at the Freeman house for
Forbes Ie '
Mr. Stetson with the
went to informationthat
the meeting called July 3rd, and to remove/ Dr. In addition to completing a set of the past tWit months, left Monday "
he had secured of Gooo.oo for Hall of
.. a gift $ a practice books In general work and morning by way of the St.Johns river ..
I Science. This information did not give Mr. Stetson 7orbes. There being no evidence to warrant such a spending two weeks In each of these for their rtbern home. They made :\

'the pleasure that Dr. Forbes believed that it would, course, and finding that they would\ nut Jo so, a com- offices, each student has to take a many friends while here who will be ".

and he was, with great difficulty, persuadedtp giiO; yowisc? (; Vd'as 'proposed: 1\1r.. Stetson agreeing that course iu commercial arithmetic, glad to see: them back again.Dr. .

t, apportion of the five acres opposi j e'i fizatJeth; hall as Dr. Forbes should remain as president but insisting commercial geography, commerciallaw Halsey of Plttsburg, Pa, came -

_ : x> a sit Joi wrTTe w gi'iyyg'tGltich' five he had, in the that he should resign as treasurer and that the ence, and English: spelling, correspond. in Saturday. He is at the Bolo.: The

.. ,.. ---ffbt to the entire. July meeting be cancelled. penmanship. doctor baa been coming here for the,
| agreed to give University SOCIAL NOTES. ..
.' .'; f" Stetson Agrees for Forbes" to Stay. past twenty years. He has spent most Registered; TradeMdntCopyrik'hted .
Mrs. Forbes Prostrated" by the Man dor. It was understood\ that the settlement as agreed to, It unfortunate:: that more of the of his time at C'arronada for the last : by Ostermooric Ca NY.
The evident hostility of Mr. Stetson toward Dr. students did not see the game of ball few years:
and vindication of Dr. Forbes and
implied was a a
Forbes in the face of the fact that he had stated between Stetson and K. l F.! S. on Sat Mr. Russell of Pittsburg, Pa., arrived -
belief in his innocence and the matter was considered Ostemoor
.yi urday. It was one of the best Mattresses"M
t ,. his utter disbelief of the slanderous minors, so pros- games at the Freeman house Saturday.
finally closed. The Board meeting was ever played in Florida. The .
trated Mrs. Forbes that the Doctor was obliged to Stetson He Is a friend of the Baldrldge family.Mr .
take her to a hospital.for treatment. cancelled and the resignation of Dr. Forbes as treas- team played good ball from first to W. J. Clark and Mr. D. O. Clarkof For Sale By .
forwarded Mr. Stetson of last and never for a moment was there
urer was to as president Plttsburg came Thursday to visit :
He remained at the hospital with her until the any tendency to &go: up In the air, a I W TTb S "
the; Board and all other conditions imposed! upon Dr. their brother, Mr. John Clark, our CILLER\
"doctors insisted that he must leave or he would also feature that : ;
.Y Forbes were complied with. was tto prominent In last groceryman. It makes"him feel pretty h.'. ....
t become a patient there. Prostrated 1, through fear year's team. Stetson playa at Or- good. ). .
"The Merger In the Woodpile" Is IHslodged. DeLand Fla.WATCHES .
yvt a + that Mrs. Forbes might not recover, so weak from mond on Saturday and another good I The "Howlers" were out again/!
It soon became apparent that the Stetsons were ,
loss of sleep that he could hardly walk or speak, and game Is:: expected.Mr. Monday evening in force. They madea
not abiding by the but that their .
agreement agents Brick returned the first raid East
; ,still trusting in the friendship of Mr. Stetson, Dr. on Lawn, Mr. St. Johns
and the attorneys were working harder than ever to of the week from a trip down the East place. Topsy and Miss
tia ,Forbes left the hospital and went to Mr. Stetson'sbome Ophelia were
overthrow Dr. Forbes and showed by the methods Coast. much In evidence well
very as:: as the V
in Ashbourne, Pa., to which) Mr. Stetson had Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt of Fernandina
employed that they 'were determined to accomplishthat lady who,married out of pity a wHlo-
Vilbl :in the meantime returned. purpose, if possible, and at any cost. have been In the city for the past few wer with a large family of children. ,

'p : Stetson Suggests n Trip Abroad. Prt'Kldentgahl Demand IIIVt'lItlg"Uolt days. I They were all the way from a babe

Mr. Stetson asserted that since Dr. Forbes had Dr. Forbes then demanded that the call Those who failed to attend the con with a nursing bottle to a six-footer, '.
cert given by the Quaker! City quar who carried a demijohn of Miss "
been away from DeLand that the matter had become Wins-
.... : another meeting of the Board of Trustees, and demanded tette last Friday night, missed one of low's '
soothing In fact the
s. ..widespread and that Mrs. Forbes would never be again at the hands of the Board a full and the best things of the season. whole affair was syrup.a grand success, and WATCHES 't'
R able to live there again as the conditions would be '
complete investigation of the rumors, gossip, etc., Messrs Scofield and Reid and Misses made lots of fun. .
fi4 intolerable. He then suggested that Dr. Forbes although twice !passed upon by committees of Mr. Scholleld and Chatterton spent last Mr. E. W. Allen and wife were over .

t take'a yearns leave of absence on full pay, leaving Stetson's own choosing and both times exoneratingDr. Friday and Saturday In Daytona. from DeLand to our Tuesday Evening -

t : the' charge of the Deans and that Dr. Forbes. Dr. Forbes wrote Mr. Stetson a Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Bobo of Chi. Euchre Club. Miss Underhill and'Mr.S. .
TForbes" place his tentative resignation ,in his hands, sonal letter in connection with this! call for a meet cago have been In DeLand the past:: C. Fuller won the first:: prize, and. .;....
that it would be kept u profound secret, week.\ They left on Thursday, accompanied have Fine
promising ing, saying that he had called the meeting expresslyto by Fred Bobo, for Daytona WE a .
f; and that' furthermore, if Mrs. Forbes' health would have the alleged matter against l nte character in where they will remain for a few March and meet ) r

ti permit, the Doctor should return to his work toward Mr. Stetson's possession, fully investigated. The days. .. '.

.Fi "/ the end of the school year and the matter of the res- secretary then issued a call for a full meeting of the The residents of Stetson Hall have any competitionnot .; ':.:.:<
be known. Dr. Forbes, being organized a Hockey Club and have April MayThere
ignation'should never
Board be held
to at 7 ::30 p. m., on Thursday, September cat
.. \;worn ou't*1i ,both body and mind and burdened with 18th, 1902. Immediately upon receipt of this nasium."bouts" every afternoon In the gym 4s 'a best time for doing excepting logue.'f I i:

t t ,:.Worry ,over' Mrs. Forbes' condition, accepted the his call, Mr. Stetson, as president of the Board, issueda The athletic association has secured everything-that is, a time when a prices. 3:
faith IW
,offer as a generous one and in good wrote call for another meeting to be held the same day Mr..1 Water, who will give an thing can be done to the beat advantage Our ,. < ,3*.

;, tentative resignation and returned. to DeLand. and place at 7 p. m., (a half hour earlier). entertainment in most easily and most ef own guarantee *-?.

$ k-fet* The Doctor Withdrawn Resignation.( John B. Resorts to "Corporation' Tactics". ing and ventriloquism in the audito- fectively. Now is the best time amounts to .
f som.e-
I .-' Upori Dr. Forbes' arrival in DeLand he found, instead Believing that it was. intended by Mr.: Stetson to rium Friday evening '. for Because purifying your blood. Why

( it of the cold I reception! he had been ledto, expect, thwart the effort of Dr. Forbes to obtain a full and Mr.,O. A. DeCottes, Jr.;spent several to purify your it-you system know is now this trying thingas we are hereto '

'tljat faculty::"students and townspeople generally complete investigation, by calling his meeting a few his home days in of Jacksonville.this week:, on a visit to pimples and other eruptions"by that the back it up.W. '

l.* teded himteordi'ally'and assured him in no meas- moments prior to the hour named in the call by the have come on your face and body.

kr 'ttured terms .of their sympathy and ,support. This, secretary, and present action other than upon such Hood's Sarsaparltlaand .....
.. Mrs. Stevens, the aged mother of
'' coupled. with the news that Mrs.. Forbes' condition matters as lie would present, and each of the Trustees Mr. H.. B Stevens, died Wednesday In them your revert Holiday to thought. let '"
{ caused the Doctor to change his having received from Mr. Stetson his own PillsAre ti ;
; 4-i ;was improving, over night. Funeral services were held al r....
/f:; '5mind regarding''a'l leave of absence and he decided to ..hand, a long communication marked Private and the bouse yesterday: afternoon, con the medicines to take-they do A. Allen A Co., : : ,

41 1,withdraw?his'tentative resignation and at once re- strictly personal," in which, after ,making certain ducted by Rev. J. E. Gates. The remains the work thoroughly and agreeablyand A" they are well to._ : '--i .

\i r 'i'S'.ume.' 'hi$.work.f He wrote .Mr" Stetson! stating hisehangpoiE :statements: against Dr. Forbes he said : "It is not in the:: North were taken for tier former home never fail to do it.hood's meet all problems.prepared """".''ur' .,y'r
received ,,1 In reply letter from VV are the medicines you 1a T Every statement make ..j, .
t plan and :necessary for us to pass upon the possible or protP"able ia also we 'S- ,
sq have '
::1.; + ;:'$ n''" siying',that-* had not changed ,his :. extent of his indiscretion' or guilt," it ,was de- The Ladies Improvement Society ".1 cannot always reeommend heard: recommended.Hood' 8spuparln. guaranteed. I.r; "

..; ,;: mind and that, .'shourd expect! Forbes: to .moveStfSiS cided necessary that a preliminary meeting should has Just finished .the planting of 100 too blKhlr: M s nprlna medicine. When we W. A: ALLEN & CO. V Jo
take (kin the | ,ll feel :
oak and magnolia trees in the aprinn we betterthroiigh ,
:4;',ihJs. ff ;ho1s! t"wce1'1lpf: [: the year.: :be held l ,by some of the Trustees to agree"upon such city, holly park. The trees were plantedby the cummer." MBS. S. H.. Nut,McC'r ", P.. y

--,' 'ffhe D :: d:lth1S9m; ; :of;file 1 local 1 :Tresls :course of.action ,as .would enable them to'make the J... S. May, which U a guarantee j Hood'..8.r..p.rlll. .proml. to --' ky

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t" :': C OOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Willison and Mrs C. D. Fish. Aboutone TI

Society Personal | hundred guests were present. Ice Cream Freezers.
Ilea'of Everything In Shoes Delicious refreshments were served. Ice Cream Freezers
'. o Church and Homo gooqooooooooooooooooooooooo I
Hon. L.: T. Pattillo of Osteen was In '
Ice Cream Freezers
:Made In the best manner, by the best town on business Tuesday.

.. workmen, of the best material. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Hutchinson arrived -
Tax Assessor S. B. Wilson spent Ice Cream Freezers. '
in DeLand Sunday for a short
several days down the East Coast this
Finest Style and Best Wear Is the llcsnltWe visit to Mr. Hutchinson's parents.Mr. !. I
week, as a witness in a civil suit. U?

. .V, w C. H. Willison who Is a con-

I have a new line of Men'a and Ladies'! ductor on the Atlantic Coast Line, Regular! services! will be held at the Ice Cream Freezers. '

. 4_ from Sanford to Port Tampa, cameto First M. E. church on next Sunday. i' A
; r Low Cuts DeLand Sunday for a abort visit to The pastor will preach both morning

his wife and babies, who were here and evening. Sunday school! at 10 a. .

visiting Mrs. Willsou's! parents, Mayor m. Epworth League; at 0:45: p. m. All New Stock 1

y' F. P. MeElrby% and Mrs. O. F. Fish. are cordially invited. ,

Mrs. Clara F. Rich, who visited De- The Epworth League of the FirstM. All Sizes <'$a

Land last week to attend the annual E. church will give a "Pie Social"at ,

i ..,:,. Agent for Ralston Health Shoes. session of the Old Settlers Society, the parsonage/ on next Tuesday

returned to her home in Jacksonville evening. A special literary and mu- AT BIGELOW'S

\- : WWWWWWa c on Saturday.Mr. sical program will also be rendered. #,

Everybody invited.
t :,;., J. W. Hodges, who ha been engaged O+O+O+O+C>I-Oi<>>O+O+O+OK>K'>>
i QvwQw wvwvvwwvvQrawwwvw< < vvv: ra vvvvwvwVVwvVVvvCwi I << Brill's new Gauzy Lisle Thread
in packing/ oranges on the
Hose for ladies cool and
very pop
f West Coast the past few months, re- ular. *.
LOCAL&PERSONAL BRIEFS) turned to his home in DeLand Sundayto
'*, Mrs. L. A. Fudger arrived from
Marl'imDD92D visit his parents.! After spending;
: Jacksonville this week to visit her
DCCDDtDCDEl{ {a0/a3lLGIISD0fltli/ ] Tr a few days here, he will to the
go sister, Mrs. O. J. Hill, and the familyof
!School:: (supplies at Aliens' Phar- East: Coast to pack tomatoes.Mr. 1
00000000000000000000000000o her son, Mr. W. B Fudger.Mr. ", .
macy. wg D. S. Baldwin of Sheepshead
The monthly of the Winter Visitr'o T. C. Kreamer the weekIn
regular/ meeting spent
Jay, N. Y., is spending some time on
1. City Council: will be held on Monday town with his family.
i evening next. Commits Suicide ills orange grove at Beresford. Mr.

Jaldwln takes great interest in his Mr T. E. south REEVE
i Call on Marsh Bros. for anything OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&FUKMAN F.ggleston, general
wanted from a well-regulaltt! market trove, which is now covered with ern agent/ of the Hartford Insurance
RANK a bright, intelligent iloom..
; F Company, was in DeLand Wednesdayand
pleasant man from'
Circuit Court for Volusla county young was shown around town by Agent
meets on the second Monday in April. Jamaica, N. Y., committed suicide tithe The "Sample ale" to be held un- .. .
!So:: far there are no capital cases to Davis house where he was stopping ler the auspices of the Ladles Guildf ,

,. come before this court. early Tuesday: morning, by taking St. Barnabas church will take place Col J. P. Felt was up from Emporia I

Tli: NEWS has on hand a very tine carbolic acid and, ,then shooting!! ibout the 18th. The place at which on Wednesday. Mr. Felt shipped

lot ol:. round-curnered cards, bristoi! himself three times in the left side the:: sale la to be held will be announced 1,400 boxes of oranges from his grove '

,', boards and commercial stiiiiouery.: with a :32-calibre revolver, one shot later. this year and expects 3,000 boxes next PhotographicArtist.

Marsh Bros will be pleased to serve: penetrating the heart. Mr. J. J. Beers ot Emporia was In year. I'
all their old customers and lui new -
1"urmaii iH.cupieu:: the rear room on eLand on business Monday and Tues-
ones with the uiicst! : Beef, fork, Veal, the third lloor. About U o'clock in I Miss McDonald entertained a few
., Mutton, etc., in town. I lay. I''of if3F031ft)1C1tC1lrtlOdEYIOt-0-
the morning" Mrs. Davis heard the report her lends at whist on Tuesday 'S

I Mr. B. R. Powell, father of Mrs. ( of a pistol, but as there Is to The two Jacksonville Knights of : evening of this week, at the'bome of I INTERNATIONALStock

G. P. Carson; of Demand, Is uneot the:: much random shooting in DeLand no t'.ythlas lodges are making great preparations her parents on Voorhls avenue. .
incorporators ot a new luuiuer company attention was paid to it. Mr. Furman
I called: the Scotland "1111 Tat:: not coming" down at the breakfast / for the annual session of the I Mrs. Frances. Marring and Mrs. E.

, capital stock is &Uoua ? uour, a Iriend, Mr. .Lounsbury, went Grand Lodge, which meets there on IT. Gross will entertain a number of and .
10 call him. lie did not answer, anuM. \\Vednesday next. The last has
1 ,; Plenty of Peach Trees, prices: pleasing .'. bounsbury puabyd in the door. He year their friends, at the home of the lat.
., f at E. U. H<1ywou 'tI nur."ry11a'I'd round bill irieud lying!: oil the /flour, oeon the most successful in the history ter on Saturday afternoon, March 7th. PoultryFood
i: yellow, Messina Uoldeii, Wont, where he had fallen Crow the bed, of the state, and reflects great .
Better. Admiral bcbley:: and otbci dead. The officers were notified anu Credit on Grand Chancellor: A. St. Barnabas' Episcopal Church- -

pecan trees. Other trees and \liics.iO.xcelltiu :: went aonce;" to the room. They Allen of ,DeLand. About 200 of the Sunday, March 8-10 a. m., chlldrens'service
: time to boil,
plain.V"t found a note written on the back ota
: : low price. 2t pad in which the suicide said: members of the order will assemble in and Sunday school; 11 a. m.,
Jacksonillenext week. : choral service with Weekday At
Dave Turner, a negro, charged: with Notify my brother, W. H. Fur- Myrtle Lodgejf sermon.
. !' assault with IlIte14L to murder, pleadeu man, JO Union Hall s::>t., Jamaica: DeLand will be represented: by services during Lent, Wednesdays s-

\( .. /guilty before the Criminal Couit N. V. Continued:: puor health has Knights/ Bert !Fish and Robert H. and Fridays, 4. p. m.
r Monday morning/ lie v $;' to pile year in the slate pemumiarj.lerfiies for all the trouble I have Mrs. Elmer McBride entertained

,t; .1 Bellamy, a negro, bad great, caused )'uu. t'UANK FUKMAN." Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Allen of Eau twelve of her lady friends with a

fun cutting oil the tau U[ one ol Can The officers decided that there wa Jlalre: Wis., who are spending some euchre: party Thursday morning The
. ;" 't nons' tine wares. 'Ihe jiegio was .10 necessity tor an inquest. They lime with relatives in DeLand will colors used decorations this
d.1-1 as on oc-
-1', lotltltcl the brother anu turned the
rested ou the cbargeot mal.ciuus W ,
<"M.. chief, and will base to eland trial be' iody over to Undertaker Allen. The -- --,- -- Better.ALCOTT'S. .
;:/ fuse Criminal: Court. jody was embalmed and will be sent
: .o Ins former home today. ?a.fl,fl-.fl-'O -C}.fl---O-fl 'O-fl-fl'fl "O-O.-e-.O-O-O-'O'O-O-O.O-O.-o None

I The play "A Box of, Monkeys,' 1'be young man was a sufferer from {
which was given in DeLiaud about jlornacn trouble, and brooded over DON'T BE DECEIVED '-aioco-lorolo-po-loco-io-cotorctotoloEOCOCO
four years ago by Prof. Gurge UI j- the trouble and expense( he was to '

tol and troupe, was given lu U.un"b' .jis family. 'il VTE .. ..JIMt:::
vide one eveuing last weeK lor thebenelit Be spent several weeks: here, antidad "
:: ot the ladies' Guild, and $lUII made all arrangements to go to "All coons (don't) look alike to me,

was netted. It. Augustine on the day he took his. else. Neither all
J you, or anyone are to serve our patrons with the best the !
< Eugene Phillips, a white man, was. own lite.
Florida and if will .
--- meats tough !
arrested the liisL ot the week: ou a ; you market affords in our line. That we'ha |

a capias by Deputy bhcrill Luwaius.Puilllps : Dedication of First M. E. Church. only let us we
Itt Charlolt: with breaking and ve
.. entering a house at Lake Ocorge Tbe First M. E. Church has been WE CAN AND WILL
owued .h.; K. Hu iciuodelvd so as to be almost a new
by Atty. eII.
etructuie. The improvements:: included :BIT: ""JBEJ::: M.c3R2 : 1 ,
Game Warden: KurU reports\ that he a new :Sunday school room.
has issued Woo: worth ot hunting/ per- The cost of these alterations was CONVINCE YOUof
mits to parties spending the winter at about $1)00 ot: which >1,350 bad been
Daytona, New :buiyrna: and Oak Hill, piovided. This, however, did not In- is proven by our ever-increasing busi
besides those sold lo parties spending: crude new seats, and as the old ones this
fact.Ve have sale full line
on a We sell First-Class Groceries at
the this ot the
winter on side county were felt to be out of harmony with
' ia E. H. Moltou, who is spending the the other improvements, the trustees of Fine, Juicy, Tender! Florida Heel I Living Prices.

winter at Daytona, re1u""tl to pay the and building committee decided to Also a complete stock Western MeatsE.
license and was placed under arrest: secure new pews. This, together with ..
upon a capias grow the Criminal the: standing indebedness, required
I Court.; He will be tried at the April uUO.! And it was agreed to ask for L. :Mrliride, "|f AII f7"|'m On the
term of the court. li er. iTL IV Ei: A Corner.remain PEOPLE'S '
this amount at the ue'ciicatlon! of the auug THE
r ,
,r Private mailing cards with local new :Sunday school? room, which took .. ..0-0--0'0--0-.0.0.0"0'-0-0.0" -0- RYLAND & SPARKMAN GROCERS v

;., 'rl scenes, for sale al Fisher's, Allen's place last ::>atloatn.Tbe -- -- ._ ,
Kev. L. U.: Rader, presiding
'. .and Brills. V elder 'Jacksonville. district, officiated : here and in Orange City till eastern were pink, white and green. O-1-O+O+CH-o-r-o-t-o-K>-o-r-ot-O-K.: >i rQ r- Y 4h
nJ' and, alter an inspiring sermon: the end of this. month. Mr. Allen Is'' An elegant luncheon was served, after -
County Commissioner W. H. McBride proceeded:: to raise tbe above nameu '
writing interesting: letters about Florida the consisting of 11 vocounes.
game : :
Seville to town
\\ ot came up sum, and in fifteen minutes U5U was
'i', '', /'.MoudaY-llut to attend me meeting forthcoming. The He vs. It. J. Car-: to his home paper. .
:.y of his board, however, but to consult .
still, A. J. Hyden and the pastor Kev.rtdd
"< Mrs. C. G. Marsh of after
4 Mr. J. B. Conrad was home from St. : Chicago,
sician. Mr. McBride! 1 issutferuiK'with -
aph : In
> man toujtth, participated the
;! ,,' a swelling ot the glands: ot the preliminary\ service.! And Mrs. Reese Augustine over Sunday; returning to spending a week in DeLand, left on ; F. ALLEN & CO., '

throat, aud tbe entire right side of ot Birmingham, Ala., delighted the the Ancient City on Monday. Mr. Friday for a visit to the East Coast.

: ..'. his,lace was swollen and painful. audience by her beautiful rendering/ Conrad In. slowly recovering from the Mrs. Marsh was the guest of Mrs r
,' -- ot the BOIO, "1'he Holy City"as: did .
c. Longdon while in DeLand.
to his foot.
injury /
l f Mr. Hewett 11111 of the Hill Printing also Mr. C'roucher: and Miss Gould UNO E R
,. with their instrumental music. What Dr. Wm. Patterson and wife from
t 1.v Company, Gainesville, U in De had been a ddljht1uillervlce throughout Mr. John Y. Detwiler, Florida's irrepressible ,
t fish commissioner, was in Oklahoma City, on their:: way to Cuba,
Ibis week.
-, Land on business was brought to a close amid great DIRECTORS"f
:: DeLand are making the family of his brother
: 'j, rejoicing/ by singing.the ,Doxology.! Monday, circulating among .
his friends. Mr. Detwiler has just C. K., Patterson, a visit. They are
'it -. >: :Miss Pearl Floyd, sister to Mr. Gus I Marcus'
,.. lr. 'and Fay George .
Smith, was married: In Jacksonville ont 1 been elected an honorary member of delighted with DeLand.Mr.
VV Clara: and Mrs. Garland were
and Fay, !
',,...:-r.-,; Wednesday to Mr. Thomas J. liowan, : among the .guests to leave Melrose the Halifax River Yacht Clud, at and Mrs. Ewart of Pltt burg FUNERAL

1'i" \ V' Jr., ot Chicago.. Hail this week: 'ibis Is their first Daytona. While in DeLand Mr. Det- are spending some time in town. ,

:t.i' Don't' fall to see Vater, the magician -. visit to DeLand: and, needless: to say, wiler was given an application from '

.: 'f: t at the auditorium this evening.'I! they have been favorably impressed, the president of the DeLand Aquatic I The annual convention of the EmbalmingJ. '. '

'C' ,; '. Admisllon 25c. He la great I suc-ceeding Club directed to the government asking Church of Christ will meet at Hampton .

:.V."...., .. !:: that the club be. authorized to on Tuesday next. DeLand will
: .; Garrett Knight'; flrst-clase Stenographer !'l'1 where they expect-- to remain untilMay catch food fish from the St. Johns be represented by Prof, and Mrs.

Alexander.and Typewriter. Office,, ,J.. *E.a first, when' they return to their river, in and out of season, for the Frost, Miss Artemlcla Baer, Elder 1-0-1-0+
I Minnesota h me.I .
purpose of stocking the lakes of the and Mrs. Longdon. ,
I -- -
yap" Dr.: F..1.. Greene of Kent, 0., f Is I Mrs. M. E Bronaon has joined Miss club. Mr. Detwiler advises that the

::"e: spending a. few days In DeLand andy Blanche at Gainesville. directors stock the lakes in this man One of the very pleasantest social .DeLand
will at the Church of Chris functions of the week was the card kj
.., Ip preach ner, Instead of waiting on the government

.P-t'.L"_ ." Sunday- morning" and evening. I Orange Blossoms at Drill's. reason for for small this the"fry fact," giving that the aa fry his her party hospitable given; by home Mrs. J.on H.Clara Hibbard avenue at, Saw and Planing Mills and Novelty Works. ?

sent from the government hatcheriesare on Wednesday afternoon. There were "
'very young and will\ not propagatefor nine t'ables.Irs.. Bigelow and Mrs. J. T. CAIRNS, Proprietor and Manager.

Powe scored highest. A very bountiful -Manufacturer of-
several years, while the flan
caught in the river will be of various repast was served by the hostess, Dressed & Rough Lumber: :::
assisted by Mrs. Sam Jordan; and Miss
-'Omr sizes and will at once begin to In.
crease. Tanner. Those present were: Mes- Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing. !

dames Haynes, McBride, McDonald, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Will furnish plans machinery and -t
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Wishman made Johnston, Prevatt, Wood, Taylor,, esilmaies. Special at mill for
work to In Employ rood mechanics and "
finishing ready put place. guarantee
a short trip down the East Coast this Jordan, C. A. Wood, Fountain, Miller,
: Brat-class work in ever particular. .
In Quality-always. week. Marin, Woodall, Cannons, Watts, I

Allen, Powe, Fisher, Hays, Bigelow,
+ *> In Price-never. Mrs. O. F. Fish entertained a number Rosa, Anderson, Fish Willison Tre-
of friends Friday afternoon at her BOND: UUMPER: COMPANY;; "
V loar ., 1 ,
.... : Carpenter Brown Si&aon, Muriel : ,
home East New
,; '- : ," on York avenue in CanQeld, Campbell, and Missed
.. ? hon6r of her daughters, Mrs. C. H. Graham and Gross. I CgxSXSiiSSiSXSXgiCSJ I ".tt '

', ''':'.......;),\ ." Before purchasing Lumber, call at our Yards at the Depot, DeLand '

\ i, r' tFdgr9C Oe-O+O--o.oeO..o.o: +o eO+O OeoooeOoeoo"FOR Prices on all kinds of Jr v f
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,;,' : .. Cabinets.Photographs In Covers. Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiliig '

Panels!: on Malden Board. ,
k'. I A Variety of Styles and Sizes of Cards
: Locket Pictures, Buttons, and Easels '
YOU Turning f;
We Study to Please.MISS NEAL'S STUDIO. : Mouldings, N V+( ::

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4 L TIlE rUUS1'JU SinE. tainments, an officer of exceptional ability, whose:: JOHN II. STETSON: : There was no alternative but to pay the

whole soul is wrapped up in this University, which (Ironer ofFancy demand, no matter how great, as every

jj .' full (Continued front I'litro ale) held he has given the best years of his life to create. Pineapples/ 1'eaelien* mid Orange, day's delay was dangerous and they knew it.

tt investigation desired. This meeting was Concerning Mrs Mathes v\e find no just basis for Proprietor of A pistol at the head could be no more im
7tf''; at Melrose Hall. It was agreed at this meeting that, .
4i :whatever the outcome of the investigation, the Uni- the rumors, charges or insinuations reflecting upon, Electric Light and Ice Company: perative. The wages of the men were not

or tending to reflect upon her character or reputa- and Saw Mill. raised by Mr. Stetson excepT: possibly slightlyin
;versity should no longer be run by one man ; that
k the business should be managed by a committee and tion. We regret exceedingly the occurrences which 11.-D. STEVENS, Gl'lIerolltlallllger, II i one instance. The University paid Mr.

that some action should be taken to that end. Such ]have caused her to feel unwilling to remain longer Stetson, Florida. Stetson over $2,000 on account of labor and

; a resolution was discussed. No resolutions for or in the University. Oct. 17th 1902. material on Science Hall and the steam f
g 2. That Dr. Forbes be assured of confidence
against Dr. Forbes were proposed or discussed.\ our Dr. J. F. Forbes plant. ,...,,_1 .
in him in all respects and our desire:: that he
Stetson Seeks to Avoid 1uvestigutlon.I tinue as president of ,this con- DeLand .Fla. Fourthly, Mr. Stetson refused to sign the ,

I Having examined the By Laws and the calls for 3. That the of University.the University and the Dear Sir-: papers for the purchase of the Winters prop ,.
patrons '
the meetings, and that called by the secretary having still he admitted that the bargain
public in general be assured that, the entire affair we I If the University erty, though L
been found to be regular and legal anil :Mr.: Stetson ,
find to have been wholly without justification and wish the servises of our men was a good one.

,te :' having stated in his report to the Trustees, above there is no proper ground for any criticism of the after this date you will have Fifthly, He has so far refused to give. a ) ;t.r

!? mentioned, "that it was not necessary for us to pass deed to of the lot which Science J
University, or its administration and there is no oc- to pay the following prices per any part on

t upon the possible or probable extent of his indiscretion casion whatever for any question! or doubt as to the day. Hall stands, though he originally agreed to ;
.ft-'- or guilt" plainly indicating intent to avoid a
,'Jo., moral, elevating and beneficial influences surrounding For Mr. Burton five dollarsper give the whole five acres.

\" .,- ._.-.:: full investigation(:>I1, it was agreed to adjourn the first the In the interview with Mr. Stetson .
its officers three
:: -- meeting referring all matters to the second meeting. University, teachers, pupils and day for Ward Skinner Sixthly, toM' '.

J' TIle Inivstlg'iitioii. the community in which it is located and the pros- dollars and fifty cents per printed in the Philadelphia North American,

pect of a great and successful future for the institu- day and for each of their Mr. Stetson plainly states that he has aban-

All members attended the meeting at 7:30: p. m., tion is encouraging in the highest degree. helpers one dollar and fifty doned the University, that he made haste to '
jvvhich after roll call and the
t was adjourned, at 7130: :Nantes of Trustees 1'rpxt'iit In '
( cents per day. cut it out of his will, attempted to blacken
second and with
meeting was organized proceeded
L, the work. The session lasted until after midnight The members of the Board at the meeting were as Of course if you do not the name of Dr. Forbes, and insulted his

j :when it was adjourned until 8 a. m., the following follows : want them at these prices you colleagues on the board by saying that theboard's -

lay. The second session lasted from 8 a. m., until John B. Stetson, Ashbourne, Pa., (president ;) S. can let them come back to us. action was simply a whitewash. ;

Wright, secretary, DeLand, Fla. ; John F. Forbes, And itis said that the of the
a 1... ,6 :130 p. m., with only fifteen minutes recess for lunch Yours truly yet majority ) .
t treasurer, DeLand.1. Fla. II. A. DeLand Fairport
in the meeting room. The entire mass presented by N. Y. Rev. .. ; I H. B. Stevens Oen'l Mgr. board are knifing Mr. Stetson I
; Moore, D. D., Geneva, N. Y. ; -- '
:Mr. Stetson was read and considered, though many '--'-.---- ---- ----
r' Rev. R. S. MacArthur, D. D., New York, N. Y. : ..,
i of the papers were copies and some were without I Rev. W. N. Chaiulom, D. D., LaGrange, Fla. ; E. ( MOD lass, who runs a fishery at Lake Dex-
A Strong furnished the fish.
1 ter,
signature, and a large number of the Trustees had O. Painter
: them before. DeLand, Fla. ; James S. Turner, Levy- Mr. Felt's erange crop at Emporla THE OLD RELIABLE

I seen ville, Fla. ; II. B. Stevens, DeLand, Fla. ; Rev Is strong all over. No man can be amounted to 1,400 boxes. Mr. Beers
After Mr. Stetson had all and
# presented everything Thomas J. Sparkman, DeLand. Fla. ; Theodore C. strong who is suffering from indigestionor and Mr. Frank shipped about 150 boxes
he had and declared that "he had nothing some other disease of the stomach and each and there a few more
Search were
Philadelphia, Pa. ; J.' T. Clake, DeLand, its associated of digestion and ,
-I more/ the other side was presented. organs boxes others. Probably as x'I'
Fla. ; Rev. Win. II. Stewart, DeLand, Fla. ; William nutrition. For shipped by
A large number witnesses were introduced who S. when tbe stomachis many boxes were shipped from Pier-
Jennings Tallahassee Fla. Frank
; J. Longdon, SoY.Lf Y
# y' jwere permitted to tell anything and all they desired diseased there is son. {
DeLand Fla. D. U. Fletcher. Fla.
Jacksonville nutri-
; ; a loss of the Mr. Nels Pierson of Pierson tried
N: ) both of hearsay and rumor. B. F. Camp White Springs. Fla. J. B. Law De- tion contained in OY
; ,
the experiment of tiring his orange/
Upon the completion of the evidence, a series ol food, which is
Land, Fla. ; E. B. Solomon\ Dayton, Ohio. the source of all 1 grove with coal during the recent cold p
resolutions were introduced to which two or three
t Stetson Socks lo Atolil the Ismie. physical strength. snap, as l Is done In California, but it I
of the members made objection's reflecting upon It has been when a mandoesn't failure./ The coal in
circulated broad cast! over the land feel was a complete LNG
k Mr. Stetson. Rev. David Moore stated that \union that Mr. Stetson has: demanded an investigationwhich when justright he iron baskets would not burn. lie p0b4iiTH6

,the question of guilt or innocence, he was glad'to has been opposed and refused by the trustees doesn't sleep well spent $100 for ,he coal and baskets, ,
r for Dr. F rues' has an uncomfortable from a Jacksonville. fertilizer -
;vote complete vindication but requested purchasing'
We wish to emphasize the statement that the facts as feeling in the
firm which recommended this
a modification so as to relied upon no one. shown above indicate stomach after eat- .
clearly that no investigation
ing, is languid, plan as being highly successful In
:Mr. 11. A. DeLand made the same statement and
was asked or desired by Mr. Stetson and when a nervous and irritable California. It is said that he will ',

i4 i requested and urged that the objectionable sentences meeting was called at the demand of Dr. Forbes for he is losing the make an effort to have the firm take POWDER .

: be eliminated, that the vote might be unanimous.Dr. an investigation Mr. Stetson attempted( to sweep it nutrition make neededto strength. the: coal back, which was largely coal

Forbes arose and, requested the Board to strikeout aside by calling another meeting to meet thirty minutes Such a man needsto dust; it had been paid for. Better Absolutely Pure

the objectionable section as he had no wish to earlier and in the report made by him to the Golden use Dr. Medical Pierce's stick to the Florida pine for grove THERE 15 NO SUBSTITUTE

1 injure Mr.\ Stetson. Trustees which he asked It purposes. OUSKKVKK.
them to consider, he expressly Discovery. cures --- ----
Upon motion duly carried the resolutions were stated "no investigation was Mr. diseases of they You Know What You Are Taking -
necessary. stomach and other'organs J. S. May Is engaged in planting] .11"
taken up "seriatim. The preamble was then adopted. when you take Grove's Tasteless
Stetson has and does now demallllDr.Forbes.removal of digestionand Chill Ionic because. the formula 18'' two rows of oak tree In [Mitts A. C'.
Section i was read, altered and l adopted. Section not alleging any wrongdoing but claiming it nutrition. It plainly printed on every bottle showing Joy's block east Michigan; avenue\ ,
enriches the blood stimulates the liver, -
i altered and Section from Grove Place to Clara avenue.
2 was adopted. 3 was that it Is simply Iron and Quinine -
as a matter of expediency because of the wide publication nourishes the nerves and so gives health in a tasteless form. No Cure, :Miss. Joy expects at Home tuture: dayto
adopted as first read. Section 4 was then altered and given to the slanderous reports by his own attor- and strength to the whole body. no pay. 60c.Duncan open a street through this block

t. adopted. A motion then being made to adopt as a and Mr. Thomas A. Swarta of Sub. Station. C, 45 and BO 11 lots for building purposes. .
neys agents. Columbus Ohio Box 10), writes. : "I was taken ..
t* whole Dr. Moore stated that he could not vote for nick with severe henduche then cramp In ----
; very
Williams ,
.1 President Forlies Shall Itemiiin. the Ktomach and my food would i not digest: .,then a nero! was arrested Military LMIII Wnrranla.
r' that motion as, in his opinion the first section as kidney and liver trouble and my buck got weakso in Sanford by Sheriff Turner $o,00 paid telling who has
It is believed by the Board of Trustees that Mr. I could:scarcely. get around The more I doctored the first of the week, on the chargeof persona

adopted contained language reflecting] upon Mr. Stetson has been determined from the first to remove could the only worse walk i iu got the until house Mix by years the. paused aid of a I highway/ robbery committed ;at one, whether I buy or not H. K.

Stetson. Mr. T. C. Search asked Dr. Moore if he Dr. Forbes all hazards and I unable chair and X hud Ktttfn up to die Then one of Maytown. Duncan was given a pre Kelley, Kansas, City, Mo. 3-6
at being to advice and take
my neighbors said 'Take my liminary hearing before Judge/ Me- ..
would for the resolutions if the first section -
: vote was and
do so, has, through his attorneys attempted to cre- Dr.make Pierce' Gulden out of Medical yourself'Discovery The first bot- Crory and committed to j jail; in default
a new man
stricken out, to which he replied "yes. ),1 r. DeLand ate !such a condition, however untruthful, as would tle helped me and after I had. taken eight foundI bottles of ball to await the action ot the One Cent a Word
in about six weeks I was weighed and Criminal Court. Duncan claims thata
gave the same answer to the same question when a had ((37)) pounds and I ..
gained twenty-seven ,
the Board him of
compel to remove as; a matter ex- and I think aa I strange negro/ came: Maytown! I'
am aa stout healthy to-day '
motion was made and carried that the vote by which pediency. This the Board will not/ ilo and any injury ever was" and engaged in game/ of craps with AilMTtlii'ini'iits: of ten words or more;tinder; -. i
IS the first section was adopted< be reconsidered and it Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con the 'boys," winning all their dough. thIN head 1 Inverted fur ONE:; CENT A WORD, .I ''
to the University, because of the conditions, stipation. The stranjer then started to walk cash 111 aiKiiiue., dull Insertion. No adver

be stricken out. The resolutions were then renumbered must be laid toII':! Stetson and/ not/ to the membersof -- -- -- away, but was caught by the boys and tisements accepted, fur-lead-- than 10 tents
t. and a motion to adopt as a whole was forced to give back his ill-gotten j
old .
When Cracker
gains. a good
1 made and< was put by the president, both) the "ayes"and .'..rhalls This Was "IfHievolent Asslnnilnllon". jury gets through sitting on his case, 'Ion:; KENT-Cottnire- -on Boulvriird! north of .
"nays" being called for. There being no nega- Special Correspondence.BAIiliKKVILLE.; he may have to cut a number of nlvc'slty, unturniahud. Apply to C. O.
The items show Mr. Stetson'sattitude Codrliitfton.
following "boxen"! to get even.
tu' votes the resolutionsere declared carried unan
-imously.- toward the University since Dr. There is preaching/ the Methodist FOR_SALE.roltSALEOne'Fypewrlterone. ,

Forbes' vindication church every third Sunday it the J. E. Alexander la perhaps the first : Cornet, at
At the meeting in February when the correctnessof : man in the state to definitely locate Boconil llund. Store IJeLrtnd. Fla.
I First Mrs. Stetson wrote a note to mgnth. the next In remitting for -------
) Dry governor. .
this record the members *
was questioned present BALE- l.\-roonl house,
Mr. Jeb. Brown and family have removed 1OIt t born rood
the Ocala Banner, the other day, he :
Forbes the next morning after the "vmdicaj hay mow, shed tor touts; flveiicrea
j and objecting to the record were several times askedif Governor laud
1 to Daytona.Mrs. made the check payable to ; city water and\ uord well;; fruit -

they or any of them voted a single negative at the tion, withdrawing the SI,200 per year for Terry leaves this week for Miami 1<'. E. Harris. Mr. Harris Indorsed the title IretH, Inqulie inpe vines ot C., M.<*to.01$700 Mrs cash 1 I. J. Bioknw.6 Ferfi>rt ...

the Chair of English which had been givenin where she will 0 weeks check on the back without the "gov
that such
time and no one claimed or could claim a ernor," but the bankers recognized V H HrUIsrKK Meal forsuleuhi'up.

vote was cast. her name; this, too, notwithstanding the with her parents, who are getting him as the next governor and paid the C Inquire. .News 011I"" tf ..
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fact that she had said in letter Rev. ready to ship tomatoes. Her young- check without hesitation.
:,l During the discussion at the time the resolutions a REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ,
will with her and the .
daughter ,
/go ... '
w :were under consideration in the September meeting Mickler, that nothing would give herself and other two daughters will stay with A CERTAIN CUR FOU CIIiLBLAINS. HOUSE FOR. SALE-'J'---rooms near--Unl-l :

"e not a single remark was made by any of the speakers Mr. 'Stetson greater pleasure than Dr. their aunt during* the absence of Mrs Shake Into your shoes. Allen's Foot. I iilnery just)coining; hot und Into cold bearing water, ;etc large,,: W.yard H.; }

other than complimentary to Dr. Forbes and all ex- Forbes' complete vindication. Terry. Ease, a powder. It cures Chilblains! Mowers.. IgtfFiOH :

pressed a belief in his innocence. Secondly, The advertisement ($20 per year) MY. J. D. Barber made a triple Jacksonville Frostbites, damp Sweating, Swollen EtA,IE-16 acres land, S cleared and
{ last to visit his family feet. At 'all Druggists and Shoe "no,"; rood( condition for cultivation,
J-'ull. Saturday
i In
which the John B. Stetson Co. had maintained Stores, 25c.Piano 10 acres wl'd.' Title pirfect. Apply to WIL
and to probably transact some LIAM NEAT: lie LandBLACK,
t The resolutions as finally adopted are as follows in the University paper, The Collegiate -
business.A Tuning!-Wade, the tuner,
: for years, was discontinued. gentleman ordered 400 pounds will continue his work here next week.

k Whereas, certain rumors have been spread and Thirdly, Mr. Stetson had insisted that theUniversity of fertilizer from a Tampa factory a At Mrs Swift's. SMITH :

published regarding the conduct< of Dr. John F. steam should be changed in few days since and had to only t
plant pay _
TO CURE A" OLD; IN ONE: DAY ---AND 0 --._ t.
tM; Forbes, the president< of this University, and Mrs. connection with the Science Hall improvement 32 cents! freight./ At such rates there Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- 5 "

It L. B. Mathes, then a member of the faculty, during though the was not given for is no ground for complaint againstthe lets All'druggist refund the moneyif WAGON SHOP
money it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's
railroads of
account high
of character on
r 'the summer of 1901, which rumors were a that purpose. lie decided the matter while freights. : signature lIon each box. 25c.U. All kinds ol Repairing .

calculated to reflect upon them and to injure the Dr. Forbes and ordered it done. S Done Promptly and at
was away There will be preaching at the Baptist
r University; and .8. District Court, j|| Reasonable 1'riccs.
_ : His own employes, whom he would have had church the second Sunday. in Southern District of Florida.In .} *
_i4: r -Whereas, such rumors were brought to the attention to all in this March at 11 a. m. He Orlando T. De G. Beitola, Bankrupt HORSMHOEINGASPECIA1TT,
summer were employed
a of the president of this Board, who made an ef- pay The road between Barberville and In tbe Matter of Petition for Final Discharge

Y,,,. -ti' fort to examine into them, and the committee selected work, the University being charged a per- Daytona la reported to be in very bad eadingthetforegoing. petition,.itI.or J5COTT HODGKINS .
: centage of profit in advance of their regular dered by the Court that a hearing bo bailupon
{r' by him'after such examination as he saw fit to make condition. A man driving with a box tbe same on the 17th -

pronounced them not proven to be true, and wages. After the University opened and of eggs/ to Daytona, when the wagon 1U08,before tail null I o'clock Court at In Jaoiiaonvlllein.aiddinrletat the forenoon r and

i i Whereas the president of this Board engaged an when cold was expected every day and the wheel struck a loose plank causing that notice thereol tie published. In the News, No'v OPEN
la said district
i a printed
the box fall and newspaper
? to make inquiries about the matter and work was still unfinished, the following let- to out smashing every all known creditors.and other persona in In.
attorney thereby loss of two or tereflt may appear at the said time and place .5
egg/ causing a
t yR affidavits after diligent search through the ter was written to Dr. Forbes by Mr. Stev- and show oau.... If any they have, wbv the .
Hotel :
procure inure dollars. prayer of tbe said petitioner should not be Putnam. '
i 1 arrive at the facts ens :Mr. Stetson's :
? State, and elsewhere in an effort to manager (granted. -
LUNOREN. And U Is further ordered by the said Court
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in the and u that the Clerk shall send by ma'l to all known --'
case, Much farm work has been going on .
creditors notice of said petition and thin order -
\ ; t Whereas Dr. Forbes has heretofore insisted re- Spark's circus showed to two large audiences in De- the past: two or three weeks. addressed. .to them at tbelr. places of business ?fie iarnd, Fla. '

+ peatedly upon a proper and formal investigation by Land on Saturday. The audience in the evening! must The ilatwoods. were flooded with as etatod.Witness the Honorable James W. Locke, -,, Ji,
others have comprised. a thousand or more persona. The show iscleanand water last week. Judge..Iaald Court, and tbe .seal thereof at w. P., CHASE
this Board of such charges as the president or Jacksonville, In .said district. on the otb day .;. r
the performance good. About 500 people re- Some of our people attended services of March A, D. 1WSISealJ \ .
might make, and mained after the main circus to the "concert." The ) JAMES W. LOCKE, Judge Proprietor. -
aee at the Emporia Baptist church ,
i, a s Whereas, this meeting was called by the secretary redeeming feature of this was the performance of the last Sunday. A Attest true copy.E.O.Locke.Clerk. .

; a at the request of Dr. Forbes for the purpose of ar- keeper with the lions-feeding them with raw meat and Lake Dexter and Lake George fishermen NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX <.! '.

vriving"at the truth of the matter and acting upon the I placing hU head In their open mouths, holding the jaws are doing fairly well. DEED UNDKR SECTION 8 OF NOTICE liKED I UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOB CHAP-TAX'I ', -
with his hards.
43 conclusions reached. therefore, apart: BlutTtdn la the shipping point for IDA.CHAPTER 4888 LAWS OF FLUR- TEn 4888, LAWS OF FLOKIpA. -... 4
One of the best entertainments ever given In DeLand la hereby given that D.B. Fatten
y the Lake Dexter fishermen. .
trt Be it resolved i was that by the Quaker Quartette, at the auditorium NOTICE I t. hereby given that T,. 11'. NOTICE of tax certificate No.e84"st- ,
and carefully exauunedinto Orange trees are showing much purchaser of Tax Certificate oil theenddsyof June A.D. has filed
The the fine
; Friday
That have patiently evening. by quartette were ,
i., we songs No. 1828: dated the 8tli day of Juno, A.D..Isis\ said nortlHcate In inyofflce,and baa made -, .
: .'- the facts bearing all rumors, charges and as were also the violin solos by Josef Bintline. The audience bloom this. year, and the outlook of baa" filed said certificate In I.r: ff'-u and baa plication for tax detd to Issue In accordance ap- i
upon : was not large, but it was most appreciative. The the industry Is hopeful again. made application for tax In accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the tel.lowingdeeorlhedpropnrtyeltuatedtaVolusla-,f I'-' b
Dr and orange / .
concerning ._ wltb law Bold certificate embracesthe '
members of the and
suspicions, affecting or quartette are courteous they ,
described .
The public school closed last Friday following property situated inValusia countyFlnrldrto-wltt .
r "'t 'Mrs.' Mathes, and we declare that there are no facts made many friends while here. with exercises. The children county, Florida, to-wlt: Cod H Int In wH of nwM Beo./84, Tp U s, B ; .
appropriate Lots i and A, Block l ID,Coronado. 80 e, 40 aurea. ,
x to- support the'said rumors! charges and suspicions: i B. C. Haven la now engaged! la digging a deep rockwell were invited to a party at Mr. The said land being assessed at the date of The said land being assessed. at the date of
the at Cairns' sawmill Mr. Havens brought his apparatus the Issuance.. of cucta oeitltlcata in the name I the tmunncn nuob oeitlUcat in tbe Bam
and .that 'Dr..,tForbes_ is a gentleman .of highest In from his dome-the Klapp place-under its own Albert Turner's that evening. On of 8. H. W rival. Unless aald certificate ball of Hn... W. V. Ppunoer. Unions aald wrtlO'oata Ji'

u integrity,'a Christian, whosonduct: IS and has been : power. He baa just lately rigged up the machine so that Saturday the pupils, teacher and a be redeemed i thereon sooordlncr on the 8tu to law.'day tax of deed willissue deed shall will\lau bo redeemed thereon according on the UOtn to law day, tax of
of and morality be can use it as an automobile. travels\ at the rate of number of other people attended a A. l>.'WU3. Match A.D.MOB. '
t&'i above reproach, whose high ideals. duty about two miles an hour. Cliff la a genius about things of Witness my oflflolnl itgnatnra and _. Witness. my otttcial signature and seal this
'it havelbeeri an uplifting force m this University, this kind. He made and rigged the entire traction appa- fish fry at Voluaia, on the riverside the alb flea day)of April.bAMUEL A.U. 150$D..- APrll'l'S'hb(Seal day)of t'ubruary,A.BAH'bD.IT.1808 JOB! -A.', i

educator of rare-ata1. ratus. In a beautiful ham: ock. Mr. Doug- Clerk; Circuit Court of VoW Cotui Clerk Circuit Court Volualapa/t t ty
e Ui i41it3 i ,strength ;and hope,;an *,

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