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T > RESENTATION exercises at the tinUniversity theUniversity
t t University were attended attend d by probably prob probably probably
ably the largest crowd in the history hlatorjof histor historof
of the institution The faculty con concert concert concert <
cert Thursday evening was well at attended atj
j tended and every number heartily heartilyencored hear tHy tHyJ
J 1 encored The performers were Rob Robert Robert Robtart
ert L Schoileld director of tt t tilt school schoolof s schoolof bool boolj
j of music Miss Katherine A Craw Crawford Crawford Crawford
ford teacher of vocal music and Miss MissFlorence r1iill
l 1 Florence M Galpin teacher of elocu elocution elocuI elocutfon ¬
I tion tionThe tionIhe The buildings of the University Unhcr lt were wereopen wereJ werey
p open for inspection Friday morn morning morntngfrom morningM Inn Innfrom
J M from 9 to 1030 oclock and a large largenumber larenumber larger
r number of people availed themselves themselvesof
t of the opportunity to look over this thissplendid thl thissplendid
4 e splendid institution The visitor were wereloud IVereloud wereloud
loud in their praises prab s and especially so soin soIn i iIn
in the case of the new science hall rccently rc recently ¬ I Icently
cently completed completedAt
t At 103U oclock the presentation presentationexercises presentationp
p pi exercises proper took place in the theauditorium tbef theft
f ft auditorium and when the overture overturetendered overturetandered
tendered 1 cnd re by four pianos began the thehouse ththouse thehouse
house was literally full fullAfter fullA fullAfter
1 After A lcr the opening exercises exer 1ses Dr DrForbes DrForb DrForbes
Forbes Forb d introduced President E Y YMulllns Yf Tr
f r t h Mulllns of the Southern Baptist Baptlst1he Baptlst1hei The Theological Theolugical ¬
4 ological Seminary who was the speak speaker s eak eaker ¬
i er of the th day dayDr dayDr dayDr
Dr Mullins took for his subject subjectThe subjectThe subjectThe
The Ideals of Greek and nn Christian ChristianEducation Chrl ChribtlanEducation llall llallI
Education and an to say that it was a asplepdld ai asplepdtd
i splepdld address would be putting it itmildly
1 f I I mildly It was a masterly effort of a astudent astudent aI astudent
student and thinker and those who whobad whol whot1
l t1 i1 had the good fortune to hear him will willcarry wlllcarry willcarry
carry with them for all time some of ofthe oft1
191 the theraud grand thoughts expressed expressedAlter exprelsedAlter expressedAtter
Alter the rendition by Messrs Ben 13enedict BeniJ Benedict
iJ edict Brown and Schotield upon vio violin vlof lo lot ¬
f lin Unplano piano and organ respectively respecti vely Rev RevW RevW RevW
W A Hobson pastor Jastor of the First FirstBaptist flrstBaptist first firstBaptist
Baptist church of Jacksonville was wasintroduced wasintroduced wasintroduced
introduced and he In a few well wellchosen wellchoden wellchosen
chosen words presented to the Board Boardof Boardof Boardof
of Trustees on behalf of a friend ofthe ot otthe otthe
the University the keys to Science SclenceHall ScienceHall SdenceHall
Hall HallIn HallI HallIn
I In the absence of Governor Ten Jennings Iennings Tennins ¬
nings who was to have made ma e the thespeech theIIIJe thespeech
speech IIIJe ch of acceptance aC lvtancl but was WI der dertanned de detained detained ¬
tained by pressure of state affairs affairsbrought airairsbrought atlalrsbrouht
brought about by the approaching approachingsession allroachlngsesilon approachingsession
session of the Legislature Mayor D DU DU DU
U Fletcher < of Jacksonville arose to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the keys The great audience audiencegave audienccgave audiencea
a gave him an ovation and an in his ring ringing ringInJr ringing ¬
ing speech he proved that he was wasworthy wasworthy wasworthy
worthy of the respect and an con confidence confidenceof lldence lldenceof
of all who have thc upbuilding of this thisgrand thisgrand thisgrand
grand University at htiar When In Inthe Inthe inthe
the course of his remarks he stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the th University Unlerslt was bound to growand grow growand growand
and prosperity would be largely due dueto dueto dueto
to the indefatigable In efforts of its hon honored honored ¬
1 ored president the applause was wasnearly wasnearly wasnearly
nearly deafening a great dewonstra demonstration dewonstratlOIl dewonstration ¬
tion being made in the gallery which whichwas whkhi whichwas
i was mostly wo lly occupied occupl d by students studentsAfter stutl studentsAfter nts ntst
t After Mayor Fletchers remarks r m Lrks a achorus aj achorus
j chorus of ladles rendered ren ered a beauti beautiful beautlful I Iful ¬
ful selection and this was followed by bythe byI
I I the annual statement of President
Forbes Doctor Doctor Forbes showed in his hisstatement hisJ hisstatement
J statement that the institution was in ina ina ina
a highly satisfactory condition finan financially tinandaily JnanclaUy ¬
daily and that he could with confi confidence contidence conlik conlidente ¬
dence say that the growing needs of ofthe ufthe ofthe
the University would be met Among Amongthe AUlongthe Amongthe
the larger gifts during the year ear maybe may maybe I
be mentioned an engine and dynamo dynamovalued dynamovalued ynamo ynamovalued
valued at 500 from John B Stetson Stetsonand Stetsonand Stetsonand
and a gift of 5000 from a friend to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet any possible deficit that may mayoccur mayoccur mayoccur
occur at the end of the year yearThe yearThe car carlhe
The faculty is il larger more efficient efficientand tlUclentand elilcientand
and better paid than ever before the thestudent thestudent thestudent
student body Is larger than ever be before before before ¬
fore and as the needs of the Univercity Univer University University ¬
sity increase so also does the num number number number ¬
ber of friends increase increaseAfter increaseAfter increaseAfter
After Doctor Forbes had finished finishedthe fin finishedI Ished Ishedtbe
I the audience arose and sang the Dox Doxology Doxology Doxology
ology with a < ferver that was truly trulythrilling trulytbrlll1ng trulythrilling
thrilling thrillingThe tbrlll1nghe thrillingThe
The he game ame of ball on the program programfor programfor programfor
for the afternoon between the Facul Faculty FaculIJ Faculty ¬
IJ ty and the Varsity was rendered im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible owing to the continued storm stormThe stormThe stormThe
The Presidents reception in theevening the theevening thcevening
evening was well attended notwithstanding notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing the very unpleasant weath weather weather ¬
er er Doctor Mullins was one of thev1 the thereceiving tqeur
ur receiving party
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1rY Council met In special scsslo sessiorFriday scssloFriday scsslonrlday
Friday < night Present Coun Conncilthen CouncllUlen Counciluten
cilthen McElroy Powe Wilson aniWoodall an anWoodall and andWoodall
Woodall WoodallBills WoodallBillsavere WoodallBlils
Bills Billsavere were ere audited and warrants warrantdrawn warrantsdrawn warrantsdrawn
drawn in n payment thereof as follows followsPay followsPay followsPayroll
Pay Payroll roll 105 Oi OiElectric 00 00Electric UIElectric
Electric Light Co 1O41 1O41J 101 1 1JHHibbard 17 17JHHlbbard
JHHibbard J H Hlbbard 1110 1110W 10 0 UO UOW Jl JlW
W B Fudger 11 1 1Speclal II IISpecial 10 10Speclnl
Special police 10 11 00 00V O OWCCauuons X XVVC
VVC WCCauuons V C Cannons 2O7f 2O7fE 20 7i 7iE 7 7B
E D McLeod freight 8 4l 4lO 40 40O 4 4O
O F ZurnCo Zurn Co 9 fi 6fGChristopher fiJ 1 4 4T
J T fGChristopher 0 Christopher 1301 1301Rubber 11 130IlubberMechanical 00 00Hubbcr
IlubberMechanical Rubber Mechanical Co lo l 3i 3fGarback 3iGarback 35 35Garback
Garback Packing Pa Cac kln klug Co 29 41 41GA 4l 4lG 41GADrekaCo
GA G GADrekaCo A DrekaCo Dreka Co 34 341t 341tConoNeill 41Con 41 4t1CunONelll
CunONelll Con ONeill 300 300tv 30 01 01W OU OUV
W V D Dflavnctl Haynes 9 9Bond 00 00Bond 0Hood
Bond Lumber Co 10 10M 1 02 02M 0 0M
M A Drlggers 15 5l 5lG 51G l lG
G E Berry 3 3watts J 2i 2iWattsA 2iWaUl
WattsA watts C Miller 11 11Oeo X XGeo 2iGeo
Geo H IL Craft 38 a810 a810C 3C 3CC 3 3C
C E Blane 75 754 7541tEPOltTS 4 4UElOllTS 4UBPOWfS
The city cl ty engineer reported water wateiturned wa waterturned tcr tcrtUlncd
turned on at U points turned oil at atlt atltpoint If Ifpoints 15points >
points wood woo consumed during durin the themonth tbemonth themonth
month 24 4 cords average lera c dally con consumption conI3UllllJtlon consumption ¬
sumption of water 72000 72OOOgallonl 72OOOgallonlrhe gallonsTic gallons gallonsThe
The clerk reported the collection oi 01U7717
47737 in water rents during durin the tutuioutuof themonthof thewonthof
uioutuof January Tanuarythc the largest amount amountever amountcver amountever
ever collected In one month monthThe monthlhe monthIhe
The treasurer reported the follow following followIn followlug ¬
lug In balances on hand bantllcbruary February 1 1General 1General 1General
General revenue 204 W OH OHFire utIPlre 69Fire
Fire and water 221 U 57 57Bond 5 5Bond 5iBond
Bond interest 35737 35737Street 35735treet 367 3i 3istreet
Street and sanitary 329 33913 33913Water 13 13Waterworks 13Water
Waterworks Water works C41 OS U9Total OSTotal OSTotal
Total cash ash on hand 1721 84 84The 81The 8 8lhe
The marshal reported the collection collectionjf
of 0975 UII i in Hues and sanitary an1tar > fees feesMISCELLANEOUS fees1I8U feesMISCELLANEOUS
A communication was received from fromMrs fromMrs frolllMr
Mr Mrs E I O Painter of the Ladies La le Im Iwproveiuent Improvement 1mIIrOcillcllt ¬
provement Society requesting that thatak thatoak thatLk
oak ak trees be planted on each la h side of ofJlara ofUlara ofJlara
Jlara avenue a north to the city liar llnits HiliHs liarLts
Hs ts No action was W lJ taken the couii council
cil 11 being of opinion that this should shouldje
ue je e done one by the property owners ownersA ownCIIA
A communication was read Ica fromcity from fromlty fromtAelty I
tAelty city lty treasurer with reference to tobooks tot tobooks
t books of the city elt and was W < I re reerred referre reerred
erred to t the Finance Committee Committeevlth COlUwlttee11h Committeevith
vlth 11h power power to act actThe actlhe actIre
The Ire Street Committee was author authoryed authorIzed authorzed
zed to expend not to exceed excee 50 in inWanting Inplanting Inlasting
Wanting shade and an ornamental trees treesn treesIn
In n the city elt parkThe park parkThe parkfh
The fh mayor was instructed to pay payiver payover payIver
iver to the Society for the Preven PrevenIon Prcventlon PrevenIon
Ion of Cruelty to Animals onehalf of ofII ofall ofll
all II tines collected from oIIt offenders offendersrought ot1lnllersbrouht nders ndersirought
rought before his honor by this so sole 110dety soiety ¬
dety detyAn le ietyAn ty tyAn
An ordinance was passed amending amendinghe
th he ordinance relative relatl ve to the collecIon collec collecion collection
tion ion of doc tax licenses
Items from The Urcize UrcizeFrank UrclzIrank IlreizeIrank
Irank Smith of New York cousin cousinof
of our efficient tax collector D Per Perkins Ptrkins Perkins ¬
kins Smith came catneTuesday Tuesday ucS ay for a visit visitwith vhltwith visitwith
with his cousin cousinDr cousinOr cousinDr
Dr Bouchelle has shipped over two twohundred tohundred twohundred
hundred crates of lettuce from his histruck histruck hisl hisltruck
truck farm at Oak Hill He has a anumber anumblr anumber
number of crates to ship yetParties yet yetParlies yctParllcs
Parties from the Ocean House have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been very successful on their quail quailhunts quailbuntlthld quailhunts
hunts buntlthld this week finding 11n lng them plenti plentiful plentiful plenttful ¬
ful killing all the law allows when whenthey wbenthcy whenthey
they desire to do so soMr soMr soMr
Mr and Mrs Washington Wa hlnqtou E Con Connor Connor Connor ¬
nor Mr Wayne Wa nc E Connor and Miss MissLouise MissLouise MissLouise
Louise Simmons arrived from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York last Friday for their usual visit visitat v1sltat visitat
at Ronnoc Grove Mr Karl Morba MorbaWaynes MorbaWay MorbaW
W Waynes Way a y n e es s instructor accompanied accompaniedthem
them The many friends of this thl esti estimable estimablc estimable ¬
mable family welcome them to NewSmyrna New NewSmyrna NewSmyrna
Smyrna SmyrnaIn
In the report of a the meeting uleetiu of the theBoard tbeBoard theBoard
Board of Trustees In last weeksNEWS weeks weeksNEWS weekiiNEWS
NEWS the fact was not stated that thatRev thatRev thatRev
Rev r J Sparkman of DeLand was waselected waselected waselected
elected as vicepresident of tbe Board Boardof
of Trustees Otherwise Oth rwlse the report reportwas reportwas reportwas
was correct as printed
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do 1 1Price
0 < gT Price List subject to change changewhen changeuhen changeIJES
HIDES IJES I I HIDES HIDESDry BID l1Ll ES I I when Market changes changesAll changesDry
t Dry Flint Hides 12f eta Ib IbGreen 1 All other Furs Hides Old Old Metals MetalsRubbers MetalsGreen MetalsGreen
Green Salt lt Hides 6i cto ctoBeeswax ct Rubbers etc in full proportionBeeswax proportion proportionNo proportionBeeswax
Beeswax 20eta 20etaTallow 261 cts ctsTallow ctek II
k > Tallow in Barrels Barrels 6 cte cteTallow ri Furs Urs 1 Furs FursTallow
Tallow in Cakes 6 cts cteNo1
No No1 0 1 Otter Skin8Lare Skin s Lare e and DarkWW Dark 800 to 1100 1100r 1100o2
No2 o2 II tl II 600 to 800t 800 800No1
t r No No1 1 ° r 1 Coon Skins SkinsNo ti g5 85 ae to to 100No2 i 100 100No2u nn nnWrit
II 45 60 60No 60No
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No 1 LMinkSldns Mink Skins II I I 100 to 150 150W 150Write 160Writs
Writ for forfull full Price lrtcu Ust t
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and Mrs G A Urekas has haspitable ho hopltahle hopltahle
pltahle home in the Carrollton Carrolltoihotel Uallollt1IIhotel Carrolltonhotel
hotel was the scene of the th anniui annuameeting anniuimeeting annuill annuillmeeting
meeting of the Old Settlers Society Societyon odct odcton
on Tuesday TUCfida About 5U of those who wlucame whccame whocame
came to DeLand prior to 1881 WOK WOKpresent wcrcpre werepresent
present pre cnt Among A nlong those tllO C present fin finthe furthe fmthe
the first time in many years were MrDeLand Mr MrDeLand rIIDeLand
DeLand life president pre hlcnt of the society societywho societywho ocletrwho
who left DeLand III 1SU5 and has hn slice sliuttaken sll1lctaken slicetaken
taken up his residence C In Falrport FalrportN
N Y Dr D D Moore and wife Wl l ol ofGeneva olGeneva of ofGcneva
Geneva N Y and Rev He A 11 I E Hick HickInson UkkInson ItickI ItickIutsou
Inson and wife of Richmond Va VaThe YaThe a aThe
The annual feast was wa held at cool cimvmodlous lommotUous coolmodlous
modlous tables set in regal style andladen and andladen Lillila
laden la cn with the goodies which only ul1l the tlubetterhalves thtbettcrhal thebetterhalvesof
betterhalves bettcrhal 1 of the old ol settlers eltlui and andthe illldthe andthe
the members mem bcr of the University U nlcl1 tJ cook cooking coukin cooking ¬
ing in school know how to prepare prepareAJter prcparcAVter prepareAirter
AJter the feast the guests were Cutertained civ civtertalned cntertalned
tertalned with sweet music III us Ie by the theCollege theCullege thecollege
College Arms Orchestra xvllli 1 th a reel recitation rcdratioll reelration ¬
ration by Miss Fannie Allen and one onefrom OIKfrom onlfluw
from little Virginia Johnston JohnstonAt
At the business meeting IIIcethl G A Drekn Dreknwaf Drckl1Vat trelcawas
was Vat elected vicepresident The next nextmeeting lIextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting will be held hel at the home of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir and Mrs hI C U Codrlngton Cod rington Tin Tinmeetings 1111meclt flitmeetings
meetings meclt ngI will hereafter hcrc I fte I lie held Ill lei on onWashingtons OilWa ontVashingtons
Washingtons Wa hlngtlnI birthday birthdayInteresting birthdayIut birthdayInteresting
Interesting Iut retlng talks were made l1I lclc by Mr MrDeLand MrDeLand 11 11DeLaud
DeLand lie Rev Moore and < Mr JI Banta UaiitaThe Baniarhc Bantarhe
The old settlers are gradually drop dropping droppin dropping ¬
ping pin out one by one During the pastyear past pastyear lilSt lilStycar
year Col T 1 UJ L U t Urluley and Mrs Ir I II II
I Banta have ha l passed pai cd to the great a t IH IHyond IIlyond hcyond
yond It Is I a notable fact f lctlhnt that nearly mnrljall nlnrl nlnrlall nearlyall
all of those who came tu DeLand prior priorto
to 1881 S81 are here yet 11 and will probably probablyspend fll probablyspend lhahly lhahlyspend
spend the rest of their days here hcivthousands herethousands 11I1lthousands
thousands of others have come and andgqne aliI aliIgQue atldggne
gqne but the old settlers continue to tohold IIIhold
hold the fort They have ha ve good stayIng staylug stay staying ¬
ing qualities qualitiesWitnessed qualltlesAl fluallllAX
AX AtIREIII111 n AI111 IHH Nl NlIIitewsed E Eitllllsd
Witnessed the Hnllail Concert nl I the lIuAllllltolllIlI1 thetuditortun lie lieAuditorium
Auditorium Saturday tNiirlit tNiirlitA Idlt IdltA
A large lar c audience attended the Bal riallad Ballad fitllad
lad Concert given Ivcu at the auditorium auditoriumSaturday Hlllliturlull1Stlturday auditorhnnSaturday
Saturday night under the auspices of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Stetson St tson Quartette QuartetteThe Quartet tc tcfhc WThe
The program consisted of an over overture Oclturc overture ¬
ture by < i stringed d orchestra whichrendered which whichrendered whirhrendcred
rendered beautiful music Dixie Dixieby Dlsllby Dlleby
by this orchestra l brought clown the thehouse thchouse thehouse
house houseStetson houseStetson houseStetson
Stetson Quartette sang S llI When the theCorn theCorn theCorn
Corn Is Waving a Ing and was wa encoredthree encored encoredthree clholtclth
three th Iee timed timedMiss lImcI1stl tunesMiss
Miss Crawford sang anj In most pleas pleasing pleasIng pleasing ¬
ing manner Annie Laurie and andBen ani anitHen andBen
Ben Boll Bolther her soprano voice olc filling liltingthe fillingthe I1l1in I1l1intile
the large room well wellMiss wcllll1ss veilMiss
Miss Nellie Fletcher Flctdelreal read a I Scotch Scotchballad Scotchballad llIhhbaUad
ballad and was encored ellcorcl Her ixndl ixndltldn relldltl reoditidn
tldn tl n of On the road to Mandahiy Mandahiywas lalldalaJWLiS
was good but the most ploaslmr of all allwas a allwas II IIwas
was the recital of the country school schoolicene schoolscene schoolscene
scene The charming little lit th lady took tooklie tuolthe tookthe
the lie audience by storm and antllhlY they would wouldlave wouldhave wouldhave
have lave kept her for an hour or two ifshe if ifihe if8he
she had not positively refused to ap aplear appear appear
pear lear again againMrs al againMrs lln llnMrs
Mrs Farriss played play d Bonnie Doon Doonmd Doolland Donnand
and Bonnie Dundee Oun el and Mr 11 Cairns rCahnstang Cairnsang Callllsang
sang The he Heart Bowed Down in inits IIIhis inits
its rich baritone voice voiceMr voiceMr voiceMr
Mr Wilmshurst st sang S lng My Iy Prettylane Pretty Prettyfane PrCUyJane
fane and was encored encoredMr encoredMr ncoredMr
Mr Sharp and Miss lIs Crawford Cra fora sang sangWhat sail sailVhat snugWhat
What are the Wild Waves W c Saying Sayingivhlcli Sayingh1l11 Sayingvhich
ivhlcli h1l11 was well received receivedThe receivedThe receivedThe
The program was W ll concluded with wit h a aong asong aong
ong from the Stetson Quartette QuartetteAnnie QuartetteAnnie JuartettlAnnlc
Annie Laurie arranged arr lned by BuckIt Buck BuckIt BuckIt
It was one of the most appreciative appreciativeudlences apJlreClallcaudllnces appreciativeudlences
udlences ever seen in DeLand DeLandThe DeLalldThe 1cLandThe
The proceeds were for the benefit benefitif cncfitof
of if f the Athletic Association
Special Correspondence CorrespondencePort COIrcspondcncePort CorrespondencePort
Port orange February 2Jfhe 23TheGrace 23 2JfheGrace The TheGrace
Grace church fair was a grand suc success succcss success ¬
cess for our little village the receiptsamounted receipts receiptsamounted receiptsamountcd
amounted to 12830 They hey had the thehall theball thehall
hall open two evenings the first even evening evening cvenIng ¬
ing they entertained with music andthe and andthe andthe
the second evening was given up to todanclngwhlch todancing todancing
danclngwhlch dancing which lasted until I2at 12 atnlht atnlhtMrs at night nightMrs nightMrs
Mrs LulTbury arrived from the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Saturday and joined her busband hus husband husband ¬
band at the hotel hotelMr hotelMr hotelMr
Mr U S Robinson has taken a aparty aparty aparty
party down the Indian river r1 vel for a acruise acruise acruise
cruise cruiseMr cruiseMr cruiseI
I Mr and Mrs Kennedy left here for forJacksonville forJacksQnvllle forJacksonville
Jacksonville on Saturday but intend intendto
to return shortly shortlyMrs shortlyrt shortlyMrs
rt Mrs Rackey who spent most of the thewinter thewimer thewinter
winter here has returned to her lierhotne lierhotnein home homein 11l1111cIii
in Michigan MichiganMr
Mr C M Miliburn who spent some sometime sometlme sometime
time In DeLand visited his parentshere parents parentshere parclltsre
here re for a couple of days before re returning rcturning returning ¬
turning to his home in St Augustine AugustineCol
Col C Roe is having a boat housebuilt house housebuilt bouscbuilt
built at the end of his wharf wharfMilitary wharfMtUlar wharfMilitary
Military MtUlar Land Warrant
500 paid personstelling persons telling tell1ngwho who has hasone hasone hasone
one whether I buy or not R J JKelley IC ICKelley C CKelley
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Th Cup of Coffee within your yourreach i i who is not fond of a Good GoodCup GoodIear I Ireach
4 reach reachI Iear ht = r = Cup of Coffee Coffeemm
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t iUiin dill duenot tint want alll much dues no norequire not notIcqllirl notrequire
require nmrli hut the moment any anyone all allolle anyone
one else bl get Mumtiling even 1 11 if In Indoesnt hc hcdOCIIt hedoesnt
doesnt want IlIt it ii his i Ire Inlhies rises to fever feverheat feveheat feerheal
heat How true that Is A Anil ml with withwhat withwhat uIthwhat
what aptnes It Ills Into the ruts of ofof ofof ofof
of tin average Ih DiLaiullte DiLaiulltears Irlulite 1 1Ott
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I tuundet tllIIlIr Iltars ars a i good story stir about a ato aceltaln acertain
certain IltLanll young f wan whu 110 went wentto elll elllto
to sue his bust girl III about a mile Ill lie from fromtown frullltuwn fromtown
town Monday lolll1a evening last That Thatwas Thatas Ihalwas
was as the date of nl the big blglalll rain 11 I I ralmcl ralmclall rallh d dall dall
all morning 1II01ll1n all afternoon and all allnight allI1Ight allnight
night But this thl certain l young you u man manbravid lIIallI titanhravcd
bravid the I Ill elements and went ell t to see seethe tC eethe tCtile
the young 1Il11l lady whom he hopes soon soonto oul oullo nonto
to midribs + as t Mrs i In s J J When tt lien the theclock thedlld theCluck
clock < struck trllll 10 as U I his custom the theyjmmg theyOllllg theI
yjmmg I tug man 1II1I1IOhl rose to go Iitithe llni tin younglady young younglad yUIi yUIilaclIII
lad laclIII lady iiuiUd tt11 him hlllltostaydllll tu stay all iii litaiid litaiidexcused lit til1 til1est
excused est uttl herself while iv hIIt she hl w iit II t to tour tourli pre prepare 111 111Ian ¬
li pare to the spare room Shewis Site hc was vasgutle vasgutlemole your yoursonif rllnl rllnlOlllt
sonif time What lIat was Iva as lien surprise surprisewhen < lIlprblWIIlII ii rprie rpriewhen
when she ht net lelurneil lIllIed to liml her guest guestJripplii gnctdripping
dli dripping sill 1 il II rain tlIly Why1 IIY slut ex exclaimed cxtlainied s sllalllllcI ¬
claimed where have you been beenOh hcclIOh beenill
Oh replied 1 just ran 1 uoine uoineto iOIiitto llll
to yet It lilY pajamas pajamasA plja pa jlllnti jlllntitf was was11I1
tf tfA + + +
A lady 11I1 from Boston who had never neverlieon IIll1IICll1 neverpeen
peen to Ii the Iountry hifnn1 IIdII was wasiponding gasspentlhtg Iils Iilsthl
iponding the winter In Delaiul She Slitstwl Shemil
mil her liushand had been h cn around aroundiocing aruullleclllg aroundsccing
iocing eclllg the sights sigh Ihts is Among l uuntg thrstrange thrstrangetilings the strange strangeIIIIUgs tlanc tlancthlllg
tilings seen e II were llI iMKiiinliers In Iii Slot Slotoils Stetsuns ll l lSUII
oils SUII hot house The Ill lady returned returnedo
to o her lintel ami at noun surprised surprisedhe lIrpll ell ellthl
the he other boarders liy h announcing announcinghat
that she 11I had for she III < first II rst iltiie seen seenickles seenplcklcs elnIkkl
Ikkl plcklcs > ickles growing 11111 Ing un vines vineswi it1l
JUI I tin llIm llImW IElt11I
wi W I MII 111 1m 1IIIi31 > T Tlit lIIIDI tll tlllaic 11 11Hnt
laic lit Silisiitioinil People HIM nod Yiuspii Yiuspiipcrs 1ewspnpens 1 l1n l1n1t1IS
pens Will rill Drive IltheIheot Tillin tiny tinyIut vny vnyTin II
Tin NlUVS 1 I iWS 8 most heartily hcalt II indorses indorseshe Il1flor cll cllthe
the he following folloln editorial taken from
that paper
Daily News NewsSome N NewsSome lS I ISOllie
Some people are never so happy h ppy as1 as1when a awhcn asrvheu
when engaged clIgacIlln In the vilification of ofsome ufSOIllC ofsonic
In almost almostevery almostCcry almostevery
some one 011 We have them
every community cuuuntill ity and I1nllthcy they most gen generally general cn cncrall ¬
erally crall ly belong to the lower ranks of ofsecletv ofsc ofsccietv
secletv sc h ly They llIe arc i possessed pOSISi stssc Cl1 1 with a astrong astrung l lstlung
strong desire to talk and to have h lC ll llteners IItcners 115 115teeters
teeters but ulln lacking king in sulltcicnt knowl knowledge knowledge knowleclge ¬
edge to he able to discuss 11ISl USS any subject subjectIntelligently suhjectInlelllcntly subjectintelligently
Intelligently they launch into abuse abuseof aUUfieof abuseof
of persons Jcrln and anc1thatlllust that most frequently frequentlywithout frc frequently frequentlywithout < uently uentlywithoul
without cause or reason r lbon We e are aresorrv ansorrv aresorry
sorrv sorry to be compelled to admit that thatsome thatsom thatsome
some som people of this sort ort whoe who c chief chiefstock chieftock chiefstuck
stock in trade is defamation dcf lllHlllon have haveentered ha haveentered C I
entered the newspaper IIC < pillCI Held thereby therebygreatly therehygre therebygreatly
greatly gre ltl increasing luacal ln their power for forevil forCIl forevil
evil They rhl attack the best men and andthe andthe < j
the most beneficent hcnctl ent institutions with withreckless withrec1des withreckless
reckless screed s rccd never seeking to dis discover IlIicocr discover ¬
cover a worthy worth motive in anything anythingbut
but always bent on destruction of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what Others have built It is the thepresence tbeplcsence thepresence
presence of creatures cna llms of this thfsdescrip thfsdescriptint descrip description descrl p ptlon ¬
tint In the fair state of Florida Flnr lla that thatIs thatis
Is doing more to keep out desirable desirableImmigration dcslralJlcImmlratlon desirableimmigration
Immigration to keep out capital that thatis I IIs
is so much needed and to retard the theprogress theplogrcls theprogress
progress of the state In every way waythan waythall waythan
than all other sources suurcescombined combined Flor Florida Flu FluIda Florida ¬
ida needs all the Flaglers Plants PlantsStetsons PlantsStctson PlantsStetsons
Stetsons and an DeLands D Lanc1s it t can get But Butwealthy Butwcalthy Butwealthy
wealthy men do not have to come to toFlorida toFlorida toFlorida
Florida and spend their money mon ey in dr drveloplng dlveloplng drvelophng
veloplng the state They can go gowhere JOwhcre gowhere
where they th y choose and they the will 111 not notchoose notclloOiC notchoose
choose to come here to any great ex extent extent extent ¬
tent to submit to senseless ause ausek abuse I It
I o c I olooIo < H < HOoO100 o + o + o I O + O + < OO JoIOH + O + OI > KH O + < O H + < O > + > O + OoI < h t tI y a aDeLand
DeLand Real Estate Officea Office OfficeCity OfficeHouses
Houses = a ses or eent eentand et etCity
City Lots Residences Residencesand
and Unimproved PropertyPioperty Property PropertyI ProperfMPIOIJBrty
I Property of NonResidents No11Resi oIIts Cared For and aJl Taxes Paidc Paid PailLand PaidLand
c Land sold for ff nrlaxe Taxes Iaxe redeemed redeemedJ redeemedi Fr
J R Wetlaerell WetlaerellAbstract
Abstract h Ollice between I C Post Olilce I and Bank BankRazors Bankt
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c Razors R azors and andPocket an d Finest Finestazors Selection SelectionPocket S
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Pocket Knives KnivesI Ever er Displrl Displrlm Displayed DisplayedI
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sT1iaW Tinware s are MCDONAL M000NAd 8 07 07c 07i
i d Cook Stoves and HARDWARE HARDWAREHeaters
lliulanyers IntL ungcrs Ixith the thchomc home andpor andporson and ur 4 4snn
son Hiii t nr may meet with a srr serious seriousnivldcnt ous ousatrldrnt
nivldcnt while escaping rs aping from or oratteiiipting J Jattempting
atteiiipting to save something in ina ina
a liurnlng house bouseWhy housetlhy
Why not besnfe be safe from pecuniary
loss in either case Carry CarryFIRE 1 1FIRE
and the loss will fall upon those thosehi tho thosehest e eblst
hi blst st able ahl to pay it The Companies Compa CoIllJlanics tnnnpatiles ¬
tiles wirepresent IIt represent settle all < claims claimspromptly claimsprompt claimsproulptlynul
promptly prompt proulptlynul Iy and are very CIY liberal in Inthclr crYrltil r rthelr 1 1their
their treatnict of policy holders holdersSILAS holdersSILAS holdersSILAS
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Constantly Constantlyturning
turning out splendid jobs in the way of ofai ofPailltillg
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