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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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iJ\L\ VOLUSIA COUNTY REOOftD.




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Sa"lerlpU.a, 01.&e per, Year. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF DEMOCRACY RIGHT
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fr VOLUME XVIII DE. LAND.. VOLUSIA CO., FLA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1901. NUMBER'


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professional 4n:( s. THE KENT CLUB OF A POET'S ALOOFNESS. ...:"--._._._._.,,.._. ....._. ,-,_._._._._..-, t/Il', .
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THEOLD RELIABLE .1
The Manner In Which Wordsworth

.'\: )! lM.. I'.,t:""...;..". s W. PERKINS- THE LAW DEPARTMENT The Was worthies Regarded of by" "Ills'or<.lRwol'lh'fI Neighbor village U WATTS & MILLER, i|

lu tho luke country of England
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and COUNSELO
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\\,1'",4i; ] .. .rt. LA\V. Of Stetson had their own Ideas of Ills value us u |jj Hardware Furniture Undertaking!:;'| JJJ
'> 1'I .: University man and a poet. \"b"11< questioned .
.. DeLand, Florida. after his d"-flth as to Ills pcrHonnllty

'\Will. Practice In State and Federal tbey readily admitted that be was kindto \ : .; ,

, 4- Courta. I Last Sunday's Times-Union had afine younger members' of the class, and' those who were In sickness or noed. $ New Store and New Goods. alJ : :
> has been "one of the he !They could count on him on a pinch .
L ( &; BLY, write up of the famous Kent Club boys, -is I \ ,:' .

'.'.<, << I' STEWART of the Stetson University, Illustrated At himself the says, throughout elections last his course. But tie did not hobnob with his neigh Large! assortment of furniture on hand, and goods arriving daily and ff'

;;. t with half toned photos -of M G. Van- spring year he bors. will continue to come until onr stork of furniture is complete in all its < _
.. '/ : t r, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. was unanimously elected president of ."lie did not notice them said J'
: 'I : much brunches You will find onr New Store 8 doors North of our Hardware .:'
Sant and J. Hall Brumsey Us the Kent Club. and
'''1'-.1'' present through his indomitable an old man In answer to questions ,u.tti Store. Mr. WmYeargm will be elal to show yon through It ."

'5t t-l -Q'& In Bank BUilding. DzLAND.r'i President and Secretary and Treasurer for pluck the welfare and Constant of the inslltu-watchfulness asked by tho author of "Lake Country and make prices that will make you smile and wonder why we cia ift .. "I

A Brancta; offiee over PoatofflDAYiONA respectively: Emmet Wilson, tier has done than Sketches" sell such good goods at each low prices The reason is we boy In .:'
more other
& Vice-president and a group of all Its one man toward making the any club an "A Jem Crow and an mild blue cloak j large the benefit quantities of .und. pay cash and we ..are going to give our customers Mf\. .

,.1 J L. MCCRORY, members. The Record presents the institution respected throughout the was Ills rig." continued the old man. \}' Bawe.wJ '

.. .,. '>J". article in full below. State. Mr VanSant graduates from "And ns for his habits lie hnd nonn ;, \
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\ / the law department next May, and Niver knew him with a pot I' Ills handor Undertaking Department.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. It"" /" ?" The Kent Club Is a literary and debating intends taking up the practice of l 11119 a pipe I' his month! \h .
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4': : at his home town of
Absolutely Pure society composed entirely of Sterling. After deep probing the author broughtout f
J,t1. ,i'",. I DeLand, Florida. students In the law school.. It I Is a Emmett Wilson of Marianna, Fla., : a We have a large new up-to-date W .1

1J.J. THERE IS SUBSTITUTE well recognized fact that those who vice-president of the club, was born "Yes, ; Wordsworth was fond of a dJ stock of all kinds of Funeral Sopff\ -r.

; ': BERT EISH. study law with a view to becoming at Belize 'Brlth.h Honduras, on September good dinner nt time If you could get \.i. plies, from the cheapest to flati :
f advocates should attention to 17, 1882, but came to Florida net Metallic of all .izee. FiratW
/1' .Iif.! : -- --- -- the subject of public give speaking. It is with his parents In early infancy, and I him 1o it That wnll the job." \wJ class embalming. Our Hi f\

ATTORN T-LAW, (are A Culil, In One l).,. a fact equally well recognized that has been in fhe State ever since. Then the poet's aloofness wnstouched aJlllln \1' 4._ Yearnn! will have charge of this Ml

!; Take Luxative Quinine Tablets. excellence In. public speaking is not He first attended the high school at upon. department] .awl will!give prompt *'

i.r J11k.. DeLad Florida. All druggist refund the money If it simply gift of nature but la the result !- hiM home in Chipley, and later enter "He \MIS forever pacing the roads \Ii attention to same. When need- rjinx \

) :: Special FacllltleB for Examining falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature of patient and persistent labor ed the State College at Tallaha Hee, and his own garden walks and always di ", anything in the above lines, in .<,
and Perfecting Land .rltleB. is on each box. 2Tic. and study. where he completed a two-years composing poetry. lIe was ter'hle' give ns a call. _,
;.ft'. Recognizing the soundness of the course. While there he took an active throng In visitors and folks ye man \Ii ,.

J E. ALEXANDER, Of course a wise man never makes the last two propositions, the students, Interest in literary society work, ken nt times but If be could 1 get nwa' ill i <
1 twelve in number with the two and twice represented his society on ,e':
members -
same mistake twice. of the law faculty, met In Room public occasions! walk.fro them a spell be was out upon his --. ._._. ._._,_._._._._._._.,.-. ,_, .._._,- ., ._, '
'\ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 5. in Elizabeth Hall October 5. 11(01( Mr. Wilson entered Stetson in the -- - -
,* Simple Cold*. and as a result of that meeting the fall of 100.!, and will graduate with "And( then he would set hit head ablt

:fi 'I}' l Office In Brush Block. Cease to be Dimple, if at all pro Kent Club was brought into existence. his class next May. He is one of the ( forrnd and put his hands bcblnt his

.. ) ', DeLand, Florida. longed. The safest way is to put them William E. Baker, 10U( law clans, most prominent members of the Kent back. And then be would start n-bnm
,4 will Practice In State and Federal aside at the very beglnlng. Ballard's and Frank W. Pope Jr. IIXU) class, Club. and has taken an active interestIn mini, and It wns bum bum. bum. and,

," '' Courtll. Horehound Syrup stops a cold and removes were chosen respectively the first its affairs since his entrance here go on bumming for long enough right t ) 7ue3fi : =

the cause of colds 2T'C! 50c president and secretary of the club. last year. He Is also president of the down and back again. I suppose. ye Foot Fitters '
1} U.M.. HENNETr, and $1.OO() bottle at all druggists. and held office during the entire year. Stetson Oratorical Association and ken the bumming helped him out a The Shoe
vice-president of hla class He has for all
Both are now successful attorneys bit. that suits

.'it'; : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, A married nmn says he objects to giving the former at Plant City, Fla., and the been law selected men In to the represent.annual In contest part, I MANKIND': ''Every Wearer
.. the latter at Jacksonville, as a member -
.. his wife because Not
spending money a Good Looker. :
-, here In January.Mr. .
of the firm ot Pope & Pope. I oi
; : Der and, Florida. she invariably spends it. The first year of the club's exist Wilson comes of an old and< hon From tho moiiutiilnt of Camden Me,

'{ ence was highly satisfactory to its ] ored family. He la the son of Dr. F. comes a story of a riilludeliibla merchant -
: if : .. D1- JOHN MACDIARMID, Iou Knoir What You Are Taking founders. In the fall of 1902, on the C. Wilson of Chipley Fla and the who bas a summer cottage In The First

c,; }' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. When vou take Grove's Tasteless completion of Science Hall the law late Judge A. E. Maxwell\ of west that village rind who wished to exchange <. RequisiteThe
'l' Tonic because the formula is plainly department took uo Its abode there, Florida was his grandfather He l Is a a lively horse which lie owned

: '' .' OI9ce over Flllher'lI drug Btore. printed on every bottle showing thatit and a room was set apart for the exclusive nephew of Justice Maxwell of the with a Frencb Canadian who had a

.. "j" ... Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, is simply Iron and Quinine In a use pf the Kent Club in that Supreme Court, and a brother of more gentle animal which women and very first requisite of u. shoe is that it shall fit
# ;' .1nd 1 toB p. m. tasteless form. No Cure. No pay. building. At this time Mr. O. K. Senator Wilson of Jackson County. children could drive. The Frenchmanwas
DELAND. FLORIDA. 60c. Heaves of the class of 19O3, who l Is James Hall Brumsey was born at the foot with absolute accuracy. Closely but not
: willing to trade. but for some
r rea
Jarvlsburg Currltuck North
County .
> now successfully practicing; his profession son Insisted l upon repeating to tile visitor tightly I No waste space, yet no pressure "-
].' Fla. Carolina on April I. 1883, where the
Men who know when they get enough at Bradentown was
'oJ.R. G. A. AVIS, first nine of bin that the local horse did not "look1 The Shoe
;;: may be too full for utterance after get- chosen president of the club for the years life were spent. Queen Quality is made so that ,;'
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PHYSICIAN BURGEON ing it. fall quarter. The junior class of that In 1892 he, with hU parents, moved to as well as tbe one belonging to tbe
AND
; 4 t Henry, Marshall County, Illinois, at Philadelphia
year was larger in quantity and good man.

". 1 ... DELAND FLORID..... Best l.lnlment on Larth.; fa quality and much vigorous, new which place Mr. Brumsey graduated An exchange satisfactory to both I It Fits the FootIt
from the high school in 1)8) and immediately
blood was infused into the club. which parties was eventually made', and tho
: Office at residence, Indisna avenue Henry D. Baldwin Supt. City afterward two
boom from the date of its spent yearsIn
,. :) t\- '. next to Court House. Water Works, Shullsburg Wls.. took advent.on a Many plans for its Improve. I Chicago at the South Side Acade.my. first time tbe visitor's wife took the fits it just as a Paris-made glove fits the hand. J

i!:: Office Honr .: 9 to 12, ::11 to 4. and 7 to 8.J writes: "I have tried many kinds of ment were made and, successfullycarried != After leavinw the South' Mule. new horse out for a drive she discovered have you ever noticed that no other shoe talks much .. .
liniment but have never received into execution during! this Acadmy he spent two years In travel. l: that the beast was ns blind ns a /
: M RS, VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D much benefit until I used Ballard's year.The. I during which time he visited nearly mole. A few days later, when the rustlcutor about Fit? They talk about "style" and "beauty"

Snow Liniment for rheumatism and commodious new qnarters In every State In the Union, and became met the Frenchman ho said: and "form" and other things that mean nothing.But .
pains. I think It the best liniment on Science Hall were elegantly furnish acquainted with people at nearly "See here you rascal! That horse 4a.
'.' : ,; PHYSICIi-f BURGEON. earth. 2.>c, 50c and $1.00 bottle at ed with chairs, curtains, pictures and every capital In the Union. Mr. ;you swapped with me for mine was they say little about FITI They don't dare thi!

all druggists rugs This was accomplished l entirely Brumsey Is a man who has studied stone blind\! Why: didn't you tell me Queen Quality fits because it is an entirely different ..
; :: Office 011 Eat New York Avee through the effort of the members: of very deeply for one of his age, and cf It at tbe time" which

10' ,:: FLORIDA. Once there was a man who fell in the club, and they can now boast of wherever he has gone his untiring application "Au'm bin try tell all Ah'm bin construction by the way, adds many

-c- D2L9eD. love with a woman's voice; she seldom one of the :finest rooms of thla kind in host of friends to his duties, has male hima know /dow fer to tell yon Ah'm bin say my dollars to the weekly pay roll.
used it.
south.
; D" 8. MUNSON, the Coining to Florida and entering horse was no look lak you horse-say ...
Mr. T. C. Calmes, 1903 law, of Plant .
j Stetson he (o seer, nine tarns Ah'm bin blam Boots, $3.00. Oxfords. $2.50.
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Rev. Carlisle P. K. Martin, L. L. 1>. City, Fla., was president during the Immediately took a great
:i; HOlllEOPAT i PHYSICIAN. Waverly Texas writes: "<1f a morning ,; winter quarter of lact year, and Mr. interest in the welfare of the uni- set you no hear me." Philadelphia Special 5tyln SOC Extr.
1 also of the class versity, and in the men and measures Ledger.
Lehman
McKinney,
f' !!, when first rising, I often find a of the State fast' odor, eysiuus( muj uxulmlvely.
at large. And while he
of 1903 president during the
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Omce Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug of was
troublesome collection phlegm,
Store. and la spring quarter of that-year. Mr. Mo- has only been in the State for two Trees shaped by" the WIn&The

,I. OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 hard which to produces dislodge a: but cough a smallquantlty very Kinney is building up a successful law years the he political has made and a economical thorough/! studyof effect of wind upon trees Is pow-
and7to8p.m. practice at Vernon, Fla. conditions erful. Even the absence
will at presence or
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup as they exist, and l Is, perhaps, FOUNTAIN'S.Program
; 'DeLand Florida. once dislodge it, and the trouble Is It is believed that most collegemen one of the best posted men In the of forests may be determined by the

over. I know of no medicine that l Is can look back upon their college State on the matters of State politics, character/ of the prevailing wind or the .
DR. JOHN REEVE, equal to it, and it l Is so pleasant to life and feel that the work done in at leant far better posted than most conditions that modify it. The wind
J.: J take. I can most cordially recommendIt the debating society of their alma of his acts '
I men age. as a drying agent giving a special ''''
: AND to all persons needing/ a medicinefor mater was the moat helpful part of Mr. Brumsey is the ,.
: PHYSICIAN SURGEON, their This la youngest man aspect to muny plants. When It Is nl-
course.
Price college
throat or lung troubles. especially
In
the class of
graduating : 1IHI4 but
.t. 25c, DOc, $1.00 bottle at all druggists. true of the work of the legal his undying interest In the affairs of most always from the same quurter ,
is; occupied H
Office In store recently by profession The good results of the the plants show greater development -- ...
"' Dr. Mellette. Residence 408) West work done In the Kent Club have the club have won for him the elect- upon one side. Trees are smaller: on
Same men ought to be thankful that ion to the responsible of of Week of
a Commencing January
J'i; 'g" New York Ave. often been demonstrated on the position the windward edges of forests i und Prayer,
tbe woild doesn understand them. secretary add treasurer of the Kent
: DeLand, Florida. campus. _For irntancethree. !. of_Its.: Clu j, which position he has filled both trunks and brandies ore bent to top-
members, Messrs. w. Fielding (u oo:2, with credit to himself and the I Insti! ward. The deformations are most mm'ked 4, 1904, and Ending on the 9th.
W. s. TAYLOR, If Unwell. law V. W. Davis ((10O2 law) and O.
D" ), ,
tution. He has a great love for the near tbe sea or In flat regions. Tho
50c bottle of Herbine. notice law the
Try a K. Reavea ((1U08 ) composed
.t- -- people of Florida. and In making a cherry: plum wnlnut, black poplar
the Improvement speedily effected in debating!! team from the law depart- study of their life and history MONDAY 7:30 P. M., First M. E. Church.
political ash and certain
":'. .. SUIWEON-DFtNTIST. your Appetite Energy, Strength and ment that defeated the team from pines are very sensitive -
:1. her-New Vigor. Watch how it brightens the the literary department of the university has done It with the view in hand to the nliid but mountain pines Topic : The Warrant, the Privileges, the Power of

'(,. ): umc- In Fl Brick Block. spirits gives! freedom from Indigestion In 1002, and later in that year of home making and ot this settling State down his to permanent practice and certain firs offer great powers of Prayer.-Ps. 65; : 2 ; Horn. M : 26 ; Matt. 7:7:
4 second floor.y. and Debility! met and defeated the team from the resistance l and these are recommendedfor .
..... hU profession In the fair land of his 21-22 ; Ps. (0(5:18.( : ..
Ava. Mo. writes, Sept. of Florida here in DeLandIn .
'-' DeLand Florida. Isaac Story; University reforesting wind wept lands. '.5p5.
<. 't' 5 10th, 1000. r'I was in bad health I the same year Mr. Fielding cap adoption. Leader, REV. J. B. MICKLER. '
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: _' DR..'fl., D. BRACEY, had stomach trouble for 12 months.alBo tured the cash prize and the fold History" Made .latnble. TUESDAY, 3 P. M., M. F.. Church, South.
I chills Dr. J. W. the for
dumb Mory medal offered by university
Salvador tbe Trench
Joseph hlsto
: prescribed Herbine, It cured me in excellence in oratory. Mr. Fielding A Striking Simile. nan and Jules Topic : The Kingdom/: of God and the Conditions 'i> '
Sandcau. novelist .45
DENTIST.
: .'! two weeks I cannot recommend it is located at Starke, Fla and l Is already a t. of its Triumphant* Advance.-Matt.\ 8:10.: .
Old Employee You know well I-
: : too highly It will do all you claim for a leading member of the bar of nil asI made their meeting at a public' recep !
Office second toyMcLaurlne; Block. it." Sold by all druggists. Bradford County, while Mr. Davis has do that I have been as faithful as tion the occasion for a dispute as to tbe Leader, REV. E. T. CURNICK, D. D.

,DeLan". F'iorlda. a large and lucrative practice as a clockwork In jour employ.Old respective' places whkb they: occupied TUESDAY. 7:30: P. M., M. E. Church South. .b
& of the firm of Davis & Davis Employer (bltteily)-Yes, Just In tbo \\oilcl of letteis.
member :
liar la
r. The Is born bnt the compelled -
ABSTRACT poet The Church of Christ the One of
Topic : (
'I. CO.
VOLUSIACOUNTY to acquire his art. of Marion Ind. exactly as faithful aa clockwork. You "The ,rending[ of history Is like a pill- Body 'f
!t --------- Last year Paul Carter ((11)04) law), a struck every time you could and never It needs the sugar. coating to make it Believers called of God to Win the Worldto ,

.!.,. Bert Fish member of the Kent Club, achievedthe gave more than five minutes' warning pnlntu!>ll.." argued tbe novelist. Christ.-John 17:23 ; Eph. 1:22-23 ; .,i-
S B. Wilson
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., The Time same distinction. Mr. Carter is -Baltimore American. "AU. but It U the Ingredient which 5:27: ; Luke 11)) : 10. .
:!: Manager. Actuary. Trying!j now filling the important position of :
secretary to Congressman Lamar. cured not the canting. remarked tbe Leader, REV. J. S. AXTELL, .'

: Abstractors of Titles. la a girl's! life la reached when We feel that this article would not Classifying Him. bl tol'l"II."Than .
young WEDNESDAY P. M. Church.
Baptist
< I Yes. ma'am. said the peddler "this I lot ns divide honors," said San. 3
lOfl W. Indiana Ave., DeLand. Fla. Nature; leads her uncertain! steps across the be complete without a short accountof
I,' r line which divides girlhood from woman the present officers: here hair tonic will raise hair on a dean "fui If It were not for my sugar Topic : The Enthronement of Christ on Earth the

f" I ALFRED HOWARD, hood. Ignorance and neglect at this critical Nicholas George Van Sant was born bllllnnl bull." contliu jour historical facts would dryon only Hope of Humanity's Highest Welfare* ,-4'
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.,. : ;f period are largely responsible for Rock Island Ill. at which he "But will it raise balr .
much of the after at place on a pump the sbelves -Heb. 1:8 ; (Col. 1 : 16-17 ; 3:11: ; Matt\ '
.t I kin?" asked the of .
misery of woman entered and !graduated! from the high lady the house. 7:12.
i. ', SURVEYOR hood. Not only school after which he entered Cornell "Well. I should say no!" Tb. Duration of a Dream : .... : I4
..\.."' does Nature often at Mount Iowa. .Til take bottle arid husbandto Leader, CHAPLAIN W. II. STEWART. -4'
_: : College, Vernonh i. get my One evening Victor Hugo was dictatIng -
:,:": i',1.,: -. DeLand, Florida. regular need help establishment in the Spending!! four years e took try it."-JmUo.BerTants.; letters. to his secretary. Overcomeby WEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M., Baptist Church.
'
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF of the womanly both the bachelor's and masters degree fatigue, tbe great man dropped Into
.f CITY function\ but / While In his junior year at a slumber. A few moments after Topic : All Nations !and Peoples ; The One Human -
i. there is college he met Miss Ella Solder loved of God.-Acts 4
almost el- IT 26
: First lIallBI'\\'lfl'-Rome I undo Family, : ;
t days ward be awoke haunted by a dreum
:, ., E. H. HAYWARD safe wars' strengthening need of some g v Sterling daughter!! 111 of,Judge and was Joseph married Golder in No-of about everything the servant does. which as be thought had extendedover 10:84-85: : / ; John U:16: ; Isa. 2:4. .

I i :>-,&. : Agency of the leading Fire Insurance tonic. l.a..uOl'to overcome vember, after graduating. 8"t'un,1,! llouxcnlfe-(3rnclous! How several hours, and be blamed his Leader. REV. W. W. FROST. .. '. .

r .,.Company of .Amerlca-The Aetna the and, we.kCOlDmoal nervousness His first business venture was In operating do yon 1 diire-, Detroit Tree Press. secretary for sitting tbere waiting for THURSDAY, 3 P. M., Presbyterian Church. .'

It? 'r City, property a Specialty. ness. ,. experienced Ip a steamboat and logging! line him I In x\tend. of wakening blm or else "

1 '.: _'fttj': No 808, BouleTard. DeLand Fla. at this I from Stlllwater, Minn., to Muacatlne, Cure N Blooil\ awl, Skin Dl<.....s. Itching Humor, going WilY \Vlmt was his surprise Topic : The Holy Spirit, God's Free Gift.-Luke .
; time.If Iowa. In this business he had as a wben the bewildered secretary: told 11:18.: ..
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Ki-iriui' KrroriU, Kir.
'J there la aa in.valid partner nil brother, who has since blm that be bad only just finished writing Leader. REV. C. S. PARRI5S. D. D. ,
woman Buffering been elected Governor of Minnesota Send moneylmply write and
\;; ? no {
tile lust dictated to him.
Hodgkin Wagon Shops from female and has made himself known throughout try Botanic Blood' Balm at our expense. sentence THURSDAY, 7:30: P. M., Presbyterian Church. ,
.ealule8OL prolap-
the through the stand he A personal trial of Blood -- -
J: ... country 5.
or falling of Missions Home and under the
Topic Foreign
!lif DeLAND, FLORIDA. .womb, or nrom Is.1- has taken in the Northern Securities Balm Is better than a thousand print. : ,.
corrnea who baanas4 merger/ case. ed testimonials, so don't hesitate to Get the Most One Great Oommission.-Matt. 28:10-20 ;

);.{;! 1 Everything .Wagons, Buggies; Dr. Pierce'a After two years successfully spent write for a tree sample. Horn. 10 : 12-15. 1
.. .. 'cart. etc. and reJP Favorite Prescription without completeeeween If suffer from ulcers Out Your Food
: ; Manufacturing! In the steamboat business. Mr. Van you eczema of
i Leader. REV. J. B. OATES.
,: I .3s...pairingdone at ..cahopilin;;; the very Dr. Pierce would like to hear from scrofula Blood Poison, cancer eating .
Sant this and entered Into '
.
'" her : gave up don't and can't if stomach '
I each p.eso.-sad it wilt be to advantage You your *
pr-' 2'v "f!.!. beat workmanshlp aftiowii. Only flrstclasaamea to write! .. he offers in perfect good the lumber and coal business at Rock sores, Itching skin pimples bolls FRIDAY, 7:30: P. M., Christian Church.

4. employed, and only flrst- faith a reward of *,yo for any ease of the Falls, 111., where he built up one of bone pains, swellings, rheumatism, la weak. A weak stomach does not di- Topic : The Family:: and the School.-Ps. 68:6-6 I
',. clasa work turned out. All guaranHorseehoelng above maladies which he cannot cure. the largest businesses in central western catarrh, or any bloo I or skin disease gest all that l Is ordinarily taken into It. ;
teed.', '. : a I wUh to tell. you the benefit we have Illinois we advise you-to take Botanic Blood It (gets tired easily and what It fails to Deut. 6 : 4-63 ; Provo 4:0: ; Ps. 111:10: ;

3 -a specialty, and done race Dan
&: 'while. you-wait. years .go' my daughter's health begaa to Bit ly' Jiterary turn of mInd. and an extensive for old, obstinate, deep-seat- Among the signs of a weak .tomach Leader, REV. ADDYMAN SMITH..
J: Mail orders solicited, and wagons rerylhlag that could be thought ot ma done traveler having made one ed cases of malignant blood or skin uneasiness after fits of
are eating, nervous -
to .bar but It was. of ,< When she "
fcelp uae
of the' St rte. DO diseases because Botanic Blood Balm
T. itlppei; any part_ began loeoniplalnehawasqulle,*oat| weighs trip around the world, and crossed I headache, and disagreeable belch Note.-That you are cordially Invited to attend and participate .' ,
: r I A the pteture or good health, until about the the Atlantic five t'mes.! He has! put I (B. B. B.) kill the poison in the blood, ing. In all these- serrlces.. -.. .
c : 30TT HODGKIN. ...oIltioan.ea.than la six months she warn so In several in at Rome and! where all else falls beats
raadown her weight was but She keptalUaei years study cures every "I have taken Hood's Borsapnrllla at Leaders will not speak: longer than twenty minutes, giving
rL __ ( and I fare thinking UMtewaSMsetsle among the ruins of ancient Assyria sore, n akes the blood pure and rich ,dldonnt! times. for stomach troubles. and a time for additional remarks by other ta
k wu die. Vrlends all said, You will and Chaldea. !gives tne skin the rich glow of health.B. I run down condition 01 the. system. and have : : :
Notice: loa year daughter' I said I rear I shall. IDa Since retiring from active businesslife B. B., the most perfect blood purl II- 'been greatly benefited by It. use. I would. -- -.- -
: ... say doMor, that only fcr new>mvrarlteJTreserlpUaai not be without It In my family. I am troubled -
'Hr. VanSant has taken the er made Thoroughly tested for 30
beett laer
would ban up
daughter
r ..t..l.. h.r.bygives that, six month ( mv When she had taken on., law Stetson' ..Cost especially In summer with weak stomach
grave to-dsr study of at University years tl per large bottle at :
i tJI.13tb day of Marub and nsunea and find Hood's SaraaparlllaInvaluable. Subscribe fOI'TIieRecord
4 towIIs..oa .
JtaIt bottl.tbe aatvrel (Unction waa establbhed ,
: r-wlll,I pr..sn* my deal aooonnt ae Adisirator'of sad we bought another one making l only two and .while in the neighborhood offortyfive drug store.. To prove It cures, sampleof 1 ." E. B.niCKXAH, W.Chester Pa. :
4 tbe ....110 ofO..orse; V.** >g- i to an. and she xjmpl.tely reoavered.tkea yean of age and the patriarch Blood Balm sent free by writing '
te lie Conoty 4n -- __........ _.."' __' ,... Doctor Pierca's. Common Sense Medical same Interests in all the class work trouble and free! modlcal advice '
,4i&nSlrsir4. .ooled this lUll Adviser, la paper covers 1. sent few onreceIpt thatiwouid be expected from a man sent In sealed I letter. tSTThla In an and Pills for '1904.rrHE ", ",

.. eu1berI..10081 pf ei one-cent stamps to pay: ea- of J law mature years. H. ha at all hOliest offermedicine sent at once, I Strengthen and tone the stomach and .
aallInl'yo Acldreaa Dr. a. V.
: RIL rr-. ; time. associated with the t the whole, digestive system.jryiVi t
J I "1UO..BU1O. ,N.Y. : freely prepaid. ""' ''' .

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lOLliSIAoOt MATIIEH-FOKBES-STETSON CASES'' R. D. MCDONALD wedding besides valuable .
COUNTY RECORD : ALLOVKKTHECOUNTY supper many u .

-', .. ,. ;,.,', ..'."-_:_, 1' .. : .w" _."'" ..It i is,very probable that arguments RIGHT TO THE FRONT. ITEMS OF INTEUE8T WAFTED TO, After presents the to reception go to housekeeping and supper with.Mr I In Furnishing YourHouse,1; jr j ji)

on the demurrer and mo- Santa Clans, Capt BUI, dressed in : 1
'..oak. '' (From tbe Florida Labor Journal.) ''filE OFFICE BY tmi** ** iii* m* m m *tm** ***+* **tt* *m+ ****t(
f KoUrvd tn the ... at JL.nd I flu. .. KEt'OllII: ITSCORKESPONUENTH. Santa' uniform .v
in and
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a* Moond olaM met.r, :i tions in the cases of Dr, Forbes, DsLAND I' iA., Dec. 19, 1003. came presentedeach '"
T : one present with something to remember Always take into consideration the quality as well\"
President of John B. Stetson University DEAR SIR I Your favor of the 18th
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occasion
.the happy which will
_ : %B. PfcETATT_ Editor,* Proprietor. of lost asking my opinion with reference be long remembered. Mr and Mrs Villa- as th(. style. We Are carrying pretty designs in alt _

\ a id Lena B. Mathes, to the two proposed bills which are Pierson, Pontoez have gone to housekeepingand home furnishings; of best and most stylish productions j

4:. to show Tamp, will soon be heard before claiming the attention of organized labor are at home to their friends. at the and we invite your careful inspection, as: ]t'

;Japtuproposes! no Tudge Locke of the United States namely the Eight-Hour bill ana Aliont' twelve couples" tripped, the corner of Bishop and Eldridge avenues, suring you that you will be pleased with our '
.white:? : feather, in the settlement the AntI Injunction bill. was duly received -
light fantaustitat dance. given' at the Kldrldge. A number of MoliK) &ns at goods as well as the prices -
,of her disputes with Russia. She k. jurt at Jacksonville. '' this morning I would l say that home of Mr and Mr Neal Powell Frl- 12 o'clock celebrated the event with a .

h td ai Booa figh as not. Mrs. Mathes and Dr. Forbes both of these bills have my hearty en duty night last:, big musical serenade. The enjoyable '

.... __e, "_' have consolidated their interestsIn dorsement and I sincerely trust that Hip-Hip-Hurrnhl! At the shooting feature ended at 2Orange J. F. ALLEN & GO. II'II'I' J _
they may be enacted into laws at an ------
If
there strenuousJQiooaeVelt
were R the prosecution of these suits 0',"tl'llt nt Harper tore Christmas dayfor

at the" head of affairs million each early date. ) ,. allot T H City _____ .
of one half againstMr. 1\ $i.l (told watch itt 5lo a _- --- ------
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The present Eight-Hour provides:
;:'In Colombia .we would have a Stetson and his wife, broughton "That the service and employment" of Hunt of Eldridge won at first shot. = ; r

i Id winter war in1 the tropics. account of the facts in the all laborers and mechanics who are now ("..pt D P Morrison, the new turpentine The Cliffords cousins of the Trua'a, I' --_....""'- ---

hereafter be employed by tbe operator at Turpentine City, made are here from Maine
John B. Stetson University scan or may
-' Bob IcNamee has formally anYipuhoad ., becoming known. government of the United States, by hIs first shipment a heavy car: load of Dan Wiggins in building an additionto J. A. BRICKSON .s
naval stores to Jacksonville Tuesday.Ed his house on Volnsla Ave.
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the District of Columbia or by contractor
his candidacy for Oon Dr. Forbes and Mrs. Mathes in or sub-contractor, upon any'any of :!:, Parrott, of thin place anti, Steve Miasea Amy and Hattie Fuller were DEALER! IN- If.-... .... I' '
the First District ail 't
grass from the beginning secured the ser the public works of the United States,"' Davis of Barberville fought a six round home during the Christmas holidays.Mr Gents' and Boys'( Clothing Hats and Caps.. "" ,.r .'. ,

_:, 'proposes;: to give Mr.\ Spark raai vices of D. U. Fletcher, a lawyerof etc. bunt to draw here Wednesday., The Johnson and wife from the state Ladles Gents and Children\ Shoes Slippers and, Rubbers. '

the best fight possiUt.r Jacksonville and a member of The proposed Eight Hour law pro- right wan considered a hurrluwue from of Maine, are here ax the guests of The .
Buggy and Wagon Rarnesn Saddleu, etc. 'I
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the Board of Trustees to vides: "That every contract hereafter start to finish. Trues. 1 .
r American' repre. made to which the Unite I States is a Hewing Machines, Orgftrii,*:. :PlunoH and Musical Instruments .
typewriters, sewing Mwsitrs L D Powell John Bradxhaw, .
sent them in the scandal. Mr.\ Mr L S Morrison of Seabreeze was
I' .machines and cash registers haveI Fletcher to have done the party ._ shall contain a previsionthat the Stone: Bro,. Peter and, Mitchel. of here on Wednesday' visiting her grand General Repair Shoe,
proper no laborer or mechanic doing any Emporia, attended a swell birthday : :;
industries in
paralyzed similar parents. atFir1r:1
thing, should have resigned when part of the work contemplated by the celebration and candy stew at Denver I Havens Block,
I : ..Oermany.iandAinerican; !: shoes he became the adviser and law. contract _._. shall' 1 e required or per- Monday, evening. Too much Christmas booze made it
? the quite lively down on the street Christ .......__ M, II t..Mr...
are. rapidly doing same. yer of Dr. Forbes and Mrs.\ Mathes. mitted to work more than eight hoursIn Mr R 13 McBride, merchant andplanter M M- ,1i'i W
ullttht .
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It is not customary in this of Montgomery connty.Qeorgla, .
The Whitcom house has been "
Williams the" work. overhauled
; <_,Representative country for the lawyer of an accused The law as it stands today limits the father of Mr John B: of ICinpuria U a and. ia being celled preparatoryfor -
democratic leader of the House i : :
whiter tonreat. and visitor to his son R. D. MCDONALD'S "tI
I party to sit on the jury and scope of the Elgb t-Hour law to a con- renting' .
h aB become a'lT: ardent champion Iud other Hands.
try the case he has become inter tractor upon some of the public worksof Thuie will be a New Year's six o'clock I
Canadian and heY These timber R Ii General Hardware Store
hustling
f of. reciprocity ; men
United States. The
ested in, and Mr. Fletcher should the proposed law (dinner at Orange City Hotel, followedby
and Hiram anti William of
beliotesitwill make a good .campaign Ashley suns : _
enlarges it to cover H contractor who musio and dancing.
have realized his position in this thin cut, hauled and loaded
place a carload .
does work for the United States. If
issue. the
1 .-j.' S,, matter and not let his zeal for law as it stands today. is good the proposed of logs for the Bond uilll Thursdaylast anville Mr See were Cromer here and spending family the of Jack-holidays Complete Line of everything in the Hard- .)

t '.pver> 8,000,000,000- pennies have these people cause him to make law. la better, and I.am unable to Christmas. eve, iu time for the at Dr P W Hill's.The .. ware Line Kept in Stock all Standard Goods ) I'.I'
evening freight.An
been; shipped from the Philadelpliia such a grave mistake.Mr. see where there is any objection that Merryman'a with Mill Warner and prices right. Best Line Cooking and ':
Fletcher is not a Baptist can be raised against it which will bear old man. that belonged somewhere, :;
.k mint in the past live years.P1a.ee the light of investigation. left this place with a full cargo of booze are expected back on Saturday from Heating Stoves on the Market. .
: i minister as have been supposed With reference to Anti-Injunction their holiday visit at Melrose .i..1Bath
r r idj by.. jde they would Christmas afteruoou. lie ran aground

stretch"UKilOOO i ..:.nilesVpr"nearly. : by some of the Baptists of the bill, in my opinion I It t Is a measure which while disabled and had to be towed to a hits Hood of Indiana. .and mother Tubs and fixtures installed and bath '; :

aroundthe i f earth.""** State, but is only an Episcopalian shonld have been enacted years ago. In dry dock for repair and water on a who occupied the Wheldon house last

- ,\ jy fttt >rfA*ftWh'itf' mi.Wrf .*-..", lawyer. Presumably Mr. Fletcher England' as far back. an 1721, certain one horse lighter.Mr winter, came last week Wednesday and tubs fixtures and work guaranteed. Let me .;"J

1 The w- democratic t *? members ,of supposed he could serve Forbes parties were convicted of a conspiracy: and Mm 3 :E I!: Smith ot this plactmjuyed am living in the Baldiidge house. show you some of the elegant bath rooms I

and 1\lrs.\ 1\llltbes\ better the to raise their wages by a preconcerted a visit during the Christmas Fourteen of our \people took their have fixed in DeLand.l '
lecJ on up ,: '
have
to"1 bebound
thee Senate "( <1ect refusal to work As t* defense the defendants huliduya from their nephew. Mr M 13 Chriiitmas' at oeman's. The Spencer's, : .' ,
c.aucusl"rule' mid" < the Board of Trustees than off, and contended" they were not hereon Chrlat- _
of
,, Dixen a popular merchant and prosperous Camp Ciumsadega, were '
repwblitoan* will now have to.\deawitlt the Doctor made a master stroke obliged to work. To this the Court is planter of Rockey-Foid wall bUt, dined at the Freeman house. I Plumbing in all its branches.
Georgia.
have twid that It .___ _ .1
reported to was not for
when he had the Jacksonville '_ .
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f united minority under Mr Vixen Is K son of slater of i3 Smith Mr Dieffenbach gave a CUrielmiis

Senator Gwmau's leadership. lawyer added to the Board, and refusing to work, but for CONSPIRACY, of this pluue who moved to Georgiawith dinner at the Orange City HoteL -
that were indicted, and that -
they a conspiracy
'i1 the Doctor has declared that Mr.\ of kind her huuband from Prince, George Twenty six Orange City people dined I
wl&8l11..g"l, althoughthe
any county, Maryland, after the Civil Wai there and were very much pleased with
A. non-commigsioried officer in Fletcher said he would see the matter about which they conspired 'r Comfortable Clothes.

m -Germany has Just been' sentenced! University damned before he might have been lawful for them or The jumping content of the MulliotanGuard the service. .. ... .. j ,/
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team 'luurtday atternoon resulted Mrs F hi Rust and Mrs Heltzman bad a I
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to eight years' imprisonment for would him Forbes out of the aDV of them to do if they had not CONSPIRED
see to do it. I in a tie between John BradahawHoury private Christmas tree for the benefit of _.) C' No lady i i. so well equip i .

cruelty to recruits, while the captain institution, and it would seem Probably realizing the injustice Pairutt Joseph Powell, Jake their little nephew, Willie Raeder ped for the Fall and winter as : --1;:

; ; who permitted it, was con- that he has been at all times wrought to labor by such decisions, llaiper. L D Powell uud J L Bailey They were also the recipeaU of uiauy, /I,' I when our IVrfe.tly Tailored:: 1,;

deluded\ to remain four weeks in ready to redeem his promise. The England, about 1873, passed. a statute Afterwards the lade indulged in foot nice presents for themselves. Garments make her wardrobe i

_. his-room. University does not now and has to rlgbt the wrong being done. Com racing and a kicker, gujJ( natured The Funns took their Christmas dinner -P / up l

j -- to Dr. Forbes paring side by side the substance of the mischievous hard tuck cheese lunch at Mr. Frank Taylor's. The Dun- N Jt onljt) clothing made ii.
never belonged
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During hunt.of.two hours the Mrs.\ Mathes or Mr. Fletchcr and law enacted by Enirlund with the proposed race all around town to wrestling bend, lap's at the Palmetto cottage. The .i lightly for bodily comfort, but .* ,:

German Anti-Injunction bill shows themto etc. Clark's and Phubrick's took their turkey ,. clothing\ d' rijjhrly: for our :
Kaiser killed nine deer
this Jacksonville lawyer is only be In substance and) effect nearly A holiday treat. One of thu practical lI; at their own pleasant little homo. \\\ mental satisfaction. These .4*'. .
.and.three,wild bears. As is usu- naked Trustee for the institution Identical towlt:
I a of aud treated
apostles peace" quietness The from EunC'luIre
report comes who want the btst nl ''ht: tailor's -,
al in these royal hunts, he took supposedly to conduct its Thai no Any ai-reeiiient of two oruomtijnntion the Jolly Chum Buffalo Club No IB of Wla that Miss Altea Rowell, who vos art'find it here. If you'vea : '

.UP ft safe,:position! in the forest affairs according to the preceptsand tract by Hgreemput'l or more, pi-raons tndo thin place to a good citizen Inctuie Fri for ao many years a resilient of this I \

andhad:[ the half tame animalsdriv" teachers of the Baptistsso far to two do or or ... ', ,, or pruoure pot In to condone beclone day evening ou the remedies aud cures ulace was recently marlle,1 there, aud \ peculiarity in your desire for i 1
any
n cast him. all :moral ,< r. nut to do or t mHutlnn or furtlieranoo of ill feeling, frictions! Ito that have will take up her residence. in Tacoma, 0 Jf \ perfect clothes, wCI.t.lit that :J
-. : as questions are con. procure not to bi or a trad and may develop here between neigh Witah. peculiarity i'' :'.
: cerned. done, act la eou- tiispnebytweenem.tuntpInti000t l\
lie is only Trustee for any '
Dor und neighbor Hill subject well '
was
Governor Jennings is Hooding furtherance plo>era and workmen -: ;Mrs St John was expecting a party of _. _:=:: -..,.':!
the Baptists of the State, for the of any trade dla- shall not be Indictable handled and right U1"lo. ale. Said: lie, nine lat Wednesday ., \ :: I '- "'- ,
lgbt. .
the State with coiies.f? a special institution and for its patrons: ute between mplov. ns a conspiracy juu can't make love and.) friendship eight or on junction I.IoE: : :]:lP. .I3 R.OJ I -
ers and employes I.. If such net She was to meet them at the .
edition of The.Capital, published] and it is unfortunate for him and toe District of Columbia : committed, by one with :pride, envy, prejuduce, and deceitin with conveyances A brother of Mr W

by the State Printer at Tallahassee all concerned that he sought to of O""ol" in United any territory StateS, I person Indictable. : would not aa be a one pocket and"a :prayer book and D Uevbuer, with hia family were of the ___ ___ __ -.- _- --___. __ _-- t!


: of alleged, containing"endorsements"a large number of his shield by Dr.preventing Forbes and a proper Mrs. Mathes and- or.,and nay between employee be engaged employers'w b In 0 mime. bible The:in following the other. guests spent their I party.Our charming Jioateas Mrs J L True DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works ',:

Iradeor oornmercr between ChrUtuias: at thin place: Mis J U %Wain- was quite ill last week with the grip. ,
candidacy copied from the State
regular investigation and a rightful t b" eeverul right and her lovable ,daughter Miss\ i' O ,
--r new papers.'A Careful analysisof States,r>r between any but we are happy" to says i" now conva- J. T. CAIRNS, Propr." and Manager. -
finding. ten,it ry and another, Julia, of Gainesville, that prince of lescent. Nearly every one here has

these ,.wUl_"show. that of_the Mr. Fletcher, an Episcopal r between or terrltorloit any territory and. good fellows Eugene Farrell of Fort bud a tussle with the monster aud DRESSED) fl .I

number, twenty-five, only four Trustee, serving only two years toy State or States, Moade, Capt A 0 Harper, Alcn, John (here has been a general exchange of "
u:' the District ..C Counibid Lofberg. wife and son Oscar Capt :M AND ROUGH
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express advopacy of his claim to upon the Board. makes the statement or w th for. condolences( and the battle is. not over ".

the office-ofc U.".Se'lator nearly that Mr: Stetson must get elgo nation, or betweelu S Llndstrom and daughter, John Petor-. yet. Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, TurningScroll Sawing, Moulding, Window ape ,;
the 1> strict of Dud later Alias Lena of OeLaud, JW
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son Door Frames, Newel Posh, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns etc. ,
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-: all of ancientato;commenting The Christmas tree at the Congregational : y' 4
are out and resign as a Trustee of the Unl'imblu. and aoy8t..le ]lredow..'3 'I' Smith:! and wife Glen- Shedding. for Groves and Pineries. TCrates and Box Material a specialty.!; '
or States or foreign church Itirge andcompletely
was
favoraEily"> [''V upon'*some'message University\ and that -.Mr.\ Stetson nation, shall be wood the Miller Bros of Daytona, \VHNoith loaded with very beautiful presents i Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. .

or address l 1 absolutely; ] disconnected must be taught a lesson. This isa .deemed tboiie orimlnHl., enifuged nnrhxll wife. little daughter brother for the little people. The exercises, DELAND, FLORIDA.

with his candidacy ; manyof highly developed piece of therein lie Indictable, Eil an or otherwise punlahale Pulatka Miss Ruth Sanders of
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these are from newspapers that ism for Episcopalian ego-I for the crime or Clay consisted of recitations by the children
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'are not now' supporting ,him and, an conspiracy. It such county, James 0 Brine, Jacksonville, and songs with accompaniment. on the BOND LUMBER COMPANY.
and Trustee of two stand-
years' conimltied Lye* e Andrew UrudHhaw, Lake county, F H ,
Miss fleebner. Ur Beebner
Borne are from publications which L'ing in his attempt to run a Baptist person \vculd not be Mitchel Chipley and that tip lad organ by ft)
top
puniebuubiuaa a crime, conducted the musical part of the pro Will quote yon prices anti supply yon" from their yards near the depot nt DeLnnd
do not bow exist. It is well for
; institution and kick out its nor shall inch agreeInSult Etfjuold Farrell of Homeland. gram. with the best cypress and yellow. pine 'I
,combination or
those into whose i hands this I greatest benefactor. It might contract be conalil-, Christmas at thin place was quiet and

r unique campaign document -may well be asked who is worth the red trade as or In restraint commerce, of honored with good conduct and imninnaely After the sale of their ]lands Lumber Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, Turnings

come, to be advised of its real most to this institution, to the nor shall any restraining Injuve'by nil the :people to the; Philippine friars are going to SHINCLES, LATH ETC.
- value. onler or In- the full with good winhes. happinessami R
r .... S __ Baptists of the State, to the poor )unction b e laimed contentment that all hope shall l leave the islands. All Lumber. Building\ and Fire Brick.< promptly delivered anywhere in the o :

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and of the State ando '. here -
A prominent citizen of Putnam boys> girls Nothing In this act abide iu future with all the people
the children of all the hall? exempt from without friction. The Swedish Lutheran Additional She plug Car: Service Between .
Baptist
Tin
Gut"
fitting
county in conversation with punlsbmen', otherwise 1 Pipe rooting,
some
'.. ministers who get free tuition at than as heroin congregat'on' celebrated Christmas with Jacksonville and. the West T E ECCLES termg and spoutingPumps j'Ji
friends at a Jacksonville hotel a xcepted. any person a full tree In their church Friday night, via AtllI-tlc toad Line. .
the expense of Mr. Stetson, this xuiltv I of conspiracy repaireJ, wells and tanks made
few evenings ago, Telated the (which punishment: : ::; which, made all the little folk happy Atlantic Coast Line announces additional -
substance of a colliquy which occurred Episcopal Trustees of two years' Is now proIcled by an and was much enjoyed by the older Sleeping Car service to the West 6TABLI8HCO 8INCK THE FLOOD to order. Repairing of all

1 during Mr. J. N. O. Stockton's standing or .Mr.! Stetson? Mr. AotoCorgreso s to the agreements ball, ones. The tree was beautifully decorated via Dixie Flyer Route Effective Deoem- Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed. kut

Stetson has given his hundredsof :omblnations anti for the occasion, its branches fairly her 1,1th: t and daily thereafter Sleeperwill

recent visit to that county. thousands to the University; contracts ore referred her to.elobe.be bent with their load of good things ass leave Jacksonville at 8:05( p. iu. for Shops next do3t: r west of bank. Indiana Avenue.KO3LMQN .
That
; gentleman was inquiring of onatined as If this an old family custom. Mi and Mrs St. Louis via Tlfton, Macon. Atlanta; .
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what has Fletcher ----
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citizens whom he met there how Aot were therein con- TranzaA Boaengreen! Mr and Mrs Peter Chattanooga' Nashville and Martin arriving -
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S many votes,.he would probably Neither- Dr. Forbes, Mr..\ Fletcher- lalold. Pierson and Mr and Mrs Nels Pierson, St. Louis 7.08: a. m. second morn- C ag-.....M--- .fottW'J' > !\ .....: .
Mrs\ Mathesor\ all combined As nations grow civilization advances .
nor celebrated Christinas with
elaboratelyloaded
r get in the county.: In reply he and arise, it l is UK- WILLIAM :
new qnestioos I
the trees in their model
are University, or any partof homes for This service will become effective j.
was told that lie might have got ,
frequently) essential that statutes be
it. The institution is thing the little ones and their children friend South bound first Car to arrive Jacksonville '
one
.a good many, perhaps: if, he taased to meet new conaitions that visitors, etc. December ltth) Pealer in New and Second Hand Furniture I :
had and those who have a sacred trustto rise. and where an enforcement of the, ;
not been ,Instrumental in ,
Otis of the prettiest weddings ever A Sleeping Car Line will be iuaiiin-(
perform in its behalf is anoth common law founded on precedents DeLand and !'
bringing out :Mr. Broward as a celebrated in the Eld ridge section was. rated between Jacksonville aud Cities" Orange City Fla. ..-
should good a. the time, would owing to '
These be
people out
candidate Governor er. solemized under first car leaving/ Jacksonville 8KR) We have stocked :J '
for against Thursday night a well go[ p both our tol"es. DeLand and at
banged conditions result In Injustice.t Orange City, with -
<. :Mr. Dav.'g' and that noone need for the good of the institution, has often been attempted to shin the loaded And bright Illuminated Christmas u., DeceuiYior 16th and daily tht-reaf- a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are olTerlnir -
1 and the Baptists of the State tree in the delightful home of set running via Tlftoii. Macou Atlanta, rock bottom prices-In :fact our prices are not duplicated in the I.at I. .
4( ,expectvotes against Mr.> Davis responsibility of these matters npon the Nashville Evansville county. You have had good( \bargains at our Stores, but better t
should see to it. Major R J BUhop. The scene was it Chattanooga: ", ar- await ones
onrts. and it ia not improbable that in you. p
in Putnam Mr. Stockton
county., beautiful happy marriage the contractIng Iving at Chicago tlff): a. LI. second All kinds of Second hand household .
The looked to !foods! bought and _
Baptists are as some instances they are at fault; but sold. See '
Immediately made ..a most, em- parties being Mr Easou William morning South bound first car In this all our (foods and get priues before buying- elswbere.E. '
whether It be law ignorantly
and what- a yood or
phatic and veliemeht) denial that endorsing; upholding administered \ bad law Villa-Pontoez of South Carolina and service will reach Jackaunvll! at 0.40a. : --MM _____MN___ ___; -
dishonestly or a
.he'' or- his lriend'h d 'had ever may take place in this institution !- and Mias Malatha, the eldest daughter of in., December! 16th. --- .
any- rightly Intelligently interpreted I

\. sthing to5W :wfth' bringing Mr.Broward \ ,and while they should onlybe the decision become the law.and the i Mr and Mw Riley Guess of EmporU These t'liorllltre In addition, the pres- .. ...... iI"........ .. ..111I"...........................>II..........>II>II..>II>II
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held accountable for the Standing under the Christmas tree with cut hue I between Jacksonville and< St _
wrong with ]
remedy Is the legislative body to
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but ad 'a candidate for
(: .f, : they commit and not the wrong taas statutes which will right the wrong its beautiful presents" stood the bride onU via Montgomery; which, leaves ;: .'
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governor, and V ;jtively: asserted that is committed in their name. being done. and groom with Miss Curolye Alice Pyeof aDd arrives at the same Un.I. the ; BOND 7k, feQ .

k 'j ,that'it' : IW&S' done by Governor Justice and labor demand the pass- Emporium, Penn as brides maid Dixie) Flyer, Sleeper

: }; > "Jennings orS.is friends, as a move. still; they should see to it that no lug of this bill and It ii to be regretted and Mr Stephen W Bishop of Eldridge The Chicago! & Florida Limited, Pullman ::: l'dalitICao'lIre, of

//I. one brings 'disgrace upon ,them. that tbe United State b not in a poaion as best man Notary Public Capt W H vestibule tram will be inaugurated '" -- e"::: .
gfiishhiiself-Stocrton
- i.ment, ; : I No- one who has by hss conduct to take the Initiative rather than to Hill also of Eldridge and who Is a very rat train leaving Chicago,January, $ Orange Box Material '5
Pineapple Crates
r'--.othat; 'they might say in the unfitted himself for a position be compelled to follow nearly thirty skillful nnptiklist In his winsome clever first train.( leaving. St. Angnslinw Jan- Peach .

j 't campaign tliat1 the, Jacksonville should continue to it. yean behind England. style performed the binding marriage nary Oth) 1UU4. ThIs givesexcellent :$:: Crates Orange and Peach Baskets Strawberry .* --

L 'Three! Friendg!,|'.meaning Stockton occupy The law should have the support o ceremony. The bride was dressed In service between! Florida anti, the West 5 '

Barrg every member of congrera./ white organdie and carried .at beautiful and' Northwest via Atlantic Coant.::Line Baskets etc. 2
Brow,: rd and\ ., were: Senator. Hoar wrote cently to Sincerel110ltn, and connectIons '
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c (,weaving. carrol, all of therchoice .a ,woman's club that he thought -B. D. McDONALD. looked bouquet charming of bridal!in roses a beautiful; the brides gown maid of -- 5 Orders. Filled Promptly' "and shipped Any-' t-

:IQjUtIny.p4Tsone!. "' in women ought to be given the suf- pale bine.: A abort, reception followed\ The trains from the North are usually g where. ;: i,
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.'.l, k mvi cognizant! of theitteadiiig frage and that it 'would purify The defeated revolutionists in after Its conclusion,_where the happy from three to four hours Uttvmnd: DIM : g .'

d' _, .Mr,Bra- and exalt republican government.This Santo Domingo are.trying to Induce couple\ were showered with good wishes and peopledo not get their mull,: due '1| Address I .

W r- and congratulations. they receiving here at A p. m until tbe:friU wJng ..'
to them W.
: .rather a radical statement our government help 5 Ey BOND & COM .
handsome, :useful Oar will be- i
nnmerous_ present morning. people glad -
'I .. 4oni a man who.. ,holds,that "the back in power, for which they That splendid citizen Major B J Bl hOPe when thai other train Is pal on; leaving, Lake Helen Fla. :J' .
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:to" popular election of United States re'willing: to grant us sovereignty who never, does things, by halve, Jacksonville for the South'abortS ..80a. L = I

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'j/ ,p STORE MEWS.G. filE IMPORTANT THE FAST NKW8 WEEK.IIKMH OF For 30 Days .



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Local and .......'7 It.m> for the Peope's ,

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'"''ITE do not propose to "hang up thefiddle HATS AND SHOES ... by our B.port.r. 114 Off on ; I

and the bow" because the .
y has Five men's! Pearl Civil Hate $1.00; bargain SOo. Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.
climax of 10o3\) come
busjneso Six men's Otta Flange Hats $3,50; bargain 880.I Did :you make those new resolutionsfor TRIMMED AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS
.and gone,l>u..&e are now OUT FOI BUSINESS Ive Gray Belmar Hats, $1.85; bargain $9o.t 1004T
to the Font Black FOBS hate. |2 00 and (3,00; bargain tl.85.
t and we intend to "keep you dancing Four Steel Modoo Hats $3 00; bargain, 1.8B. The winter term of Stetson University

music" of our bargain tables, and we open Six Steel Joppa. $1 00; bargain 89o. begins Monday. L Off
sales. Two Rough and Ready, quilted brims $1.60; bargain, 1\4\14 on
the ball witis money-saving 78 cents Roses and violets at Rosecroft, West

Three Soft Alpine brown hats $1.110; bargain, 75o. Rich Ave., DeLand. Fla.
+ Tbree Fedoras brown (3.50; bargain, 880.
Y interesting BLANKETS AND
& tell COMFORTS
Dreka Co. some
STORE CLEARING Five .assorted nttta, 91.00; bargain, 6lo. yon
Three Otta Bewey hate (1.00; bargain 69c. facts in their ad this week.

ODD AND ENDS SALE !I 1 lot Derby Hats, $3: GO and S3.00; bargain, $1.89. Mr Frank Taylor was in town from Reduced Prices on Heavy Dress Goods and.
1 lot of boy's and men's Cloth Hats and
FANCY GOODS tough strong, Orange,: City the first of the week. f'
,
GOc; bargain 41o. r
1 Brocade Velvet Capt, fur collar, 8SIIO; for $1.98. Quite a number registered at the Skirtings. r

r Petticoats, fine black mercerized, with white Lady's Tan Coat, No. 83, (7,50. for$8.98. College,; Arms this week for the season. rv
J Sateen three ruffles regular price, 1 Lady's:Tan Coat, No. 83, 17.00, for (3.98.Children's .
stripes some with ; Mr. and Mrs. Stetson are expected
t 9110. ; Cloaks \3 t.o" years; some were $2.50 and L MCELROY
$1.60; store clearing. *;)00; bargain 8o. down from Philadelphia about the 10th()
. ji 1 Moreen Skirt 4-inch ruffle, extra dn4t ruflle; regular:
'';' 00 slightly damaged. 98o. 1 Child's Long Ulster with cape, 5 years, sold for [
price $3 ; $!/J 00; bargain. $3.00. Inst.Brill
f' ilkirt rnfllle, 31.35;bargain price, 75u.
1 Sateen moreen has Archarena Board the
1 Child's Long Ulster, 0 $1.50 slightly damaged an
1 1 Sateen Skirt flannel lined.and quilted; regular. price: years ; .
; HDo. 14.00 Kind left over which he will sell %

6 AP $3.60; bargain Skirts price $1.89.Scotch mixtures; bargain 1 Lot of Ladies'' Black Capee, fur collar pearl button at |J.BO. 4
8 Walking pretty
end braid trimmings $1.50 to $3.50; all B8o. -- -
price 189. Mrs. Dr. Webster of Hotel Webster.
One lot of Remnants of Dress Goode and Silks, 1 to All Fancy Goods, Pictures Dolls., Bust Odd See Fnilger'a ad. I Trespass notices, printed OB etotk forale '
21 yards. ; Home less than half price. China etc, ONB-T1UHD OFF marked prices. Here In i an Camp CasBadaga, was at DeLand on Mr, G. D. Jackson went down to New Year. He has some beautiful !.. at the Record office.ATTENTION.

' 1 piece of black and white Plaid Dress Goods, mostly opportunity you will not have ugaiu. See how cheap Tuesday.Mr. Brill wishes all his patrons a Happy -
this is-$1.00 goods will be 67 cents, eto. Jacksonville Wednesday.New I -
cotton 12to. and Mrs. E L, Powe are moving Fancy Goods and Mechanical Toys left
I piece Dress Goods, black and red small figure, 25c; 1 lot of Men a Cutaway Coats and Vests, $8.00; bar. brick sidewalks are going down
y Into the Holbrook house on North over from Christmas which he will sell !
bargain 15o. gain $4.50 and Buntnell''
in front of the Klapp
at about cost.
a! 1 piece all-wool. Dress Goods, wleh shadad< camel'shair We I invite consideration of thisClearlngUp Boulevard blocks. I' I
, stripe, 40-inch, 65cc; bargain, BOo. your Mrs. Manson was confined to her For Rent-Seven-room house modern
t 1 piece Dress Goods raw silk mixture, sold for 25c: Sale. home the past week suffering 'from Mr. !Mark G. Myers, in the celery conveniences;On Boulevard two blocks I Your fire insuranceis

bargain, 12fa. You want the goods, we want to get them out. business at Glenwood was in town on from po toffice. Also the Broome house
Dress Goods sold for 88c; the prevailing colds. solicited
, piece green and brown ; two miles north of DeLand. Apply to by or
I Ific. Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled. Thursday.The Volnsin County Bank. ; _
. bargain I The county commissioners and< school
.
I board hold their first 1U04 meetings next second term of the dancing clans Agency, operating t'Dc

\ and of Miss Ruth Morris begins this after -" Land and vicinity
11 Monday Tuesday.

,; G. A. DRBKA & CO. Several from DeLand went over to noon at the Putnam. MANN'SSalt and which represents

" Coronado Saturday and< returned Tuesday Mra. Dr. Fisher goes over to Daytonanext standard
and
,, '" with plenty of fish. week for a visit with relatives of only

---- The public schools of the county will Dr. Fisher spending' the winter at that Sick Remedy for thoroughly reliable
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' place.
YI\ resume on Monday next having ad- ;
I 1f' --- REPUBLICAN CAUCUS. journed for the holidays.Mr. Mr and Mrs Muynard< Bond of Lake Cattle at companies.E.

,,h4 -- Helen spent Saturday and Sunday last L. HON,
','!Ii "'' We are going' out oft \m A Little Clash Between' Messrs. W. A. and Mrs. Ray Conrad came up at DeLand, guests of Mr. and Mrs F. FISHER'S DRUG STORE

t;. AT COST the Grocery Business Allen and J. H. Hibbard. from Osteen the latter part of the week E Bond. Agtf
I and few days at DeLnnd.
spent a
<:. And will close out our ENTIRH! STOCK AT COST Rev. Clarence M. Gordon deliveredan aLIEN
The merchants and other business
The republicans of DeLand precinctheld
\ Tbe sale beg' interesting sermon at the Presbyterian -
a canons at the court house last houses have been distributing around
Friday, January ist, i904, church last Sunday, preaching for
Saturday night for the selection of town this week artistic 1904() calendars
\ and will one until every article is sold We haven't time Rev. Axtell.
con LOW PRICES but tbe eleven delegates to represent the precinct Mr. and Mrs. O A. Hatcher's little
ami apace to lention the surprisingly Mrs. W A. Allen and Mrs E. L.
PRICES WILL, BE COST In tbe county convention, which boy, nnder the treatment of Dr. Manson Cranford Club Did you Ever
Powe entertained the
I THE PRICES met at New Smyrna Thursday to name is recovering from a critical illness. Wear .
AND COST Wednesday< evening at the home of the
benefit of delegates to the State contention.As Mr. E. D. McLeod Is clerking at the
The Goods v, ere Bought Right and you can get the former on North Boulevard. I WALK-OVER
these low prl es'by calling to see us. Store fixtures also go at soon as an organization was effected new grocery store opened this week in
Mr. Thomas Holbrook left Wednesday -
these remark bly low figures, aleo a good horse and two delivery Saturday night Postmaster Hibbard the Cleveland store by Mr. J. H. Pax-
for New York where Mrs. Parce SHOES ?
wagons. arose and entered a protest to the manner ton.
The Terms will KS Spot Cash to Every One and method of calling the county and \Miss Helen, his daughter's: reside
Supt. of Schools Fish left Tuesday and with whom he will\ live. "b For Style, for Fit and Wear.
and
with the Best and that
This i Is rare. 'ty to supply your house precinct meetings; they were
a oppori. for Lake City to attend the State Teach- they easily lend all other at
t Most Select Line of Eat blea ever sold in the city. called from Pensacola, and the Volnsia ere Association annual session there Miss Annie Davis gave Wednesday i. '' $3.110 and $4..00-lots of shoes t

'ake settlement. ,
call and
I us will ]please call until three days privious, when the of her frIends, and a most delightful ttv Call and see the
all for their we areVer. and to all
Thanking pat onage. happy prosperous year
\ truly State call says there shall be at least afternoon was passed by them NEW STOCK JUST IN
yours
Record readers. And see that yon make 'v ,.
WHI1 FRONT GROCERY CO. ten days' notice given-the DeLand republicans some poor unfortunate happy too, during A tine lot of fruit trees among which this week. These Shoes are

bad only 48 hour's notice and the yon will find< choice new varieties of j ? giving\ the greatest satisfaction

'g I even (the chairman of the county committee year. peach also grape vines.-Flint them wherever worn.TWENTYONE.
- ----- ----- -- knew nothing of the call until Mr. J. A. Crews traveling represen- !
.1"- now. Apply to E. H. Hay ward. STYLESto
", Death of John Danghartr he saw, his name attached ,to it. Mr.Hibbnrd's tative of the Times-Union, was here
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srursov GnE .l ( the first of the week in the interest of The ladies< of the First M. E. church select from In all leathers
In the death a. Mr. John Dangharty, protest was filed and the 0.' ,
that great paper. cordially< invite the public to partake of r57 and all shapes for dress and
Kemem.j occurred suddenly at his homer business of the meeting proceeded.Two lasts
Employee of Hat factory v ich business wear. Sixes and
New which
,I the Spring Garden section last Sat. sets of delegates were placed in Henry J. Clifton. the tall Cracker a England< supper they a to fit you, too no matter how
-- brrrd by Their Employer. will serve in the church on next Tuesday RCGI STEREO
and cattle from the Spring Gar- hard be to fit
morning, Volnsia county loses nomination one headed by J. M.Smock, owner you may
urday
+' '"'' Twenty-four hundred employee of tbe from 5 to 7 m Price 15o
p
the
den section at the county seat
was
one of her old land-marks, as he came representing the Hibbard faction, the
John B Stetson Company's hat factory THE
to this connty from Georgia the year other headed by J. E. Bigelow, representing first of the week. Mrs, Capt. Clark and Mr. and Mrs I FOUNTAIN
Germantown and Montjomeryavenued. SHOE MANPhotographs
crowded into the Sunday school hall of after the war between the States He the Allen faction. Upon the Mr. Sep Haynes returned< Monday< Lewis Johnson Maine people spending
a
to receive was in his 78th year and had always vote being had, the Allen ticket won by from spending Christmas with Mrs.' the winter over at Orange City were I

the plant yeeterdayafternoon enjoyed good health the cause of his three; majority, receiving 88 to the Hib- Haynes in Jacksonville. Mrs. Haynes at DeLand Wednesday< and were'amongthe i
i the
aggregate
j from Mr. Stetson
gifts of bard ticket 85. The delegates elected returned Tuesday.Mrs. -- ---
,death being the general breaking up Record's pleasant callers for that
: value of which exceeded $23,000, gay
No his constitution. He served gallantlyin were: J. E. Bigelow, Z. T. Bielby A. W. H. Bristol recovering! from liny. --
tbe Philadelphia Ledger. one was
s neglected and even apprentices who both the Indian and Civil; wars. H. Hntchinson A. E. Glea on. W. A. her fall down a flight cf stairs last A good building lot 120x285 ft.-

have been connected with the factoryfor The funeral services were held last Allen, N. S Lindstrom. Scott! Hodgklns. week. She has been confined to her within 300 yards of Elizabeth Hall

:, only a few weeks months received Monday morning from the Primitive A. Rodgers, Jack Hall, Ct D. Hearn bed since the accident. -The fruit on it pays over 13 percentof

L 73.59() gold pieces Baptist church of which he had long J. Stockton, the four latter colored.Mr. Christmas passed off quietly at De- the price asked.-Apply to E. H.

To those who during the year showed been a member. The services were '. Allen claims that everything was Land all the business houses closingfor Haywurd for this and other city prop THE FINEST WORK IN ANY STYLE YOU WANT.

". It special aptitude and regular attend. conducted by Rev. Whilders, of Plant done in the usual regular,: order! but ( the day. and the Christmas dinners erty. " " "

City, and besides a large family con- Mr. Hibbard says the method and tactics enjoyed by all our people.
f ante Mr. Stetson gave g old watches. were Brill baa all the latest conceits in i We have beautifulJSTOVELTIES.
tf The men in the sizing department, who n ciiuu there were many of his neighbors adopted throughout the county by I All dog tax J'!(;enbsa are due Jan. let stationer}, such as Lace Birch Bark some

shape the hats, were given 20 per cent and citizens of the connty Allen Btillman and Atkinson, were and, Marshal Stevenson request those Onyx, Rain Box, Wave Crest, Cloth .

I of amount of their salaries for a year. present to pay their last sad rites to a outrageous and an absolute usurpation owning dogs to secure license and collar. Weav> an
Many of the employes received buildingand departed friend and good citizen.He of the rights of the republicans of and gave your' dog from being killed. each. Also a lot of "left over"' Station In Burnt Woods Water Colors Views and
( was one of the large cattle own Volnsia county, and takes his grievancesand ,
which willbet
loan association stock ery at lOu a Box.
ers of the county, and his restored or. protests to both the county and Mr. William Best the sidewalk Decorated Goods. Better come in right away.
paid for yearly by the company asf At the First M. E. church next
,I t. 2,000 boxes of builder has finished a fine shell walkon on
I II,' long as the recipient remains In its em- ange grove produced state conventions. east sidewalk of Florida Ave., betweqn Sunday inotuinuc the pastor will preachat MISS NEAL'S STUDIO.
had
fruit the past year. He always Postmaster Hibbard belongs to that I
J ploy. One thousand turkeys were distributed New York and Howry Aves. 11 a. in on "Living in the Present",
i been a farmer and fruit grower and win;of the party known as the Chubb- \
each
I householders, ref -
among New Year's school
a sermon. Sunday
cattle and bad accumulated considerable Loe which factionis There were frosts at DeLand )
owner Robinson- faction heavy _
'j i eel in addition to the other
r ving one ,
lAt 10 a. in Epworth League nt 6.4
property.A and has been in control of the party last :Monday and Tuesday morning, p.
1\\ ; f presents the single men were given an with m. All are cordially invited.
large number of friends join Never before have so man feisty
and all federal ;
controlling
machinery
; order for a new bat and the women employee W. A. ALLEN 3fc CO f
i an order for a pair of gloves THE!: RECORD in extending sympathy to patronage of the State. Me er Still- mornings been seen in Florid The White Front Grocery Co. is going .

I the children and grand-children In their I man. Allen and Atkinson are not in A negreas, from Lake Helen was adjudged out of the grocery business. The

loss "omplete harmony with thin faction insane before Judge MeCrory house announces in our advertising Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs

Mr. John K. Wetherell was home and are presumably, trying to get con- this week: and was sent to the. State columns this week that all the present .

from Palm Beach the latter part of theY Look up Mc&iory! ad and read the trol when the State convention meets asylum for the insane at Chattahoochee stock including store fixtures, delivery
week. He is with the
." \ and baggage department now for the express tourist bargains offered for the next 80 days at in St Augustine, and Hibbard, msljted Dr. E. T. Robinson, Mr. F. H. Fin. teams, eto., will be disposed of at cost ,

',T season, at the Royal. Poinciana. his establishment. by Jolly. Postmaster at Daytona, is ney, Mr. C. F. Lukens Miss Luk ns. sale beginning January let, today, Fri Stationery,

'.< .', fighting the Chubb wing of the partyin Mrs. Hood Huyler's Candies,
-. """!"!OIf hire Mott and daughter, day."A
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--- City. Year" will be the theme of the sermon Florida Souvenirs

If! ONE THOUSAND W Mr. L. H. Roberts was in town from St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Sunday : in the Presbyterian church next Sabbath Toilet Requisites .
morning. Ihe evening service
Orange City Thursday. January 8d: 10 a. m. Sunday Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies
{ ... will be in the union meeting in the ,
Choral service with
.WY. WW There are so many burglars now in school; 11 a. m. Clocks
I Baptist church. The Sabbath school ,
WW the State dynamiting sates in banks and sermon;' 7.80 p m. evening service,
will meet at 10 a m and the West Jewelry
: Chickens and Turkeys business houses that the Volnsia County with address. ,
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; minister League at 7:30 p m. "The Silverware
Bank bas put on a night watchman at Mr. Levi Lawrence who has been a 5
Week of Prayer" will be observed in .
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that institution. regular winter visitor to DeLand for Cut Glass,

\ "7ANTEDWkf It is announced that Dr. MoArthu.-, the past ten years, arrived from his union bois are meetings.cordially Strangers invited to and all neigh.meetings Optical Goods, r

of New York, will be present at the Massachusetts home the first of the Fountain Pens, Etc.

} :. ... annual meeting of the Board of Trustees week and will remain with na until
: W spring. Col. C, C. Moore, one of tba prominent
of Stetson University, in February
W At the Market on the corner. We W next and will deliver the PresentationDay Mr and Mrs. F. M. Forbes of Kalamazoo citUeim of New Srnyrmi, was at NEXT TO POST OFFICE.

.J y Cash only for them W Wy' address The people of DeLand Mich are spending the wiuter DeLand last. Tuesday, and while In the
pay prices and cousin to city culled at the Record office to congratulate
will await with much Interest the com- at DeLand. They a came -
I E. L. McBRIDE, Manager. ing of this wonderful man and trustee DeLand through the recommendation it upon its flight; and coarse -- -
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in the Stetson University scandal; that
located at Kalamazoo
who came a thousand miles to make a of Rev Oelston now ,
l riFFFFFFFtFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFP the Record has made a good fight for
speech for Dr. Forbes and Mrs. Mathes

before the Board of Trustees on September Under the auspices of the W. C. T, U benefactor the purity and of the for the University boys and for girlsof its I BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!

the union temperance meetingwill
18. lOW reaching DeLand late regular
FFFFFFFFFNFFFFE'tFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFIr .on the evening a' tbe 18th, makin r his be held Sunday evening/ at 7.80 Florida and the whole people of the
p o'clock. at the Baptist church. Rev. J. connty have been in hearty sympathy
.r S speech for Mrs. Mathes and Dr. Forbes
Mr. Moore will the win.
with it. spend
Fresh before the board bad scarcely entered E. Gates will address< the meeting. All
5 are cordially invited to be present.Maj ter with his daughter at Babe Sound,
upon Its business, and then leaving Latest Fiction
down Indian River.
on
gain for New York on tbe night train Brenna ot Orange City was in '

| Dates, ; the same night. Prior to coming town Thursday. The editor and family Ginn & Company publishers of

( j' Nuts andS he was heralded by Dr. Forbes':as "the regret that they could not accept the school and colleges book'Atlanta. Ga., W?

; ;. head of the Baptist hosts," and after M"jor'.lrind invitation to' be> with him have contributed five valuable books to F t *l

RaisinsW his celebrated speech he was cbarocter-, and the Orange City people at the New the DeLand High School library as e<

t r 5 iud by a 'Cracker" friend ,a*,, "that Year' Supper, given at the Orange City follows: Steckney' Pets and Companions For the Holidays.

5 great Yankee lawyer." In thuvwonder1 Hotel New Year's Eve. Andrews' Seven Little Sisters. ..

: 1 At Fudger's i : speech he declared to tbe Board Miss Delia Dunbar, daughter of Mr, Song's Wilderness Ways, Spyri's Heidi, .__ ,,;:..r
1 ?' 5 that he could make' from the Holy and. Mrs T. J. Dunbar of this place and Strange Lands Near Home The .f"t J ;w ,<' .'

Writ a stronger case of intimacy with and Mr. Leslie Arnow, who clerked for American Book Co. have also contributed --- : ""r : '
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number of nice book. Both sets '
Inspect our 5 women against the Saviour of mankind M. Davis last winter, were united in I a 'I
'-Co' 2 than made by the evidence Rev are handsomely bound, and the School
: BAKERY. ; was, :presented marriage last Tuesday night FISHER'S .DRUG is '
.1J., again,Dr.' Forbes. This was Mickler of the Southern Mvthodiat: Improvement Society, the children and .
W Lots of aloe fresh Cakes,, Pies :; :
i 'lIDDOqaoementa the patrons appreciate theoo gifts, M :
of his
= ad Bread always on hand. 3" one startling church, officiating. The happy young :
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W during his former visit What may be couple left that night,: for Mlcanopy, they are valuable acquisition. to the,

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HQW.$ EAGLES ,FIGHT. ....... AI....'. "Wit. : I Georgia Southern &: Florida Rj I -

: /C While In congress/ "Private" John SCROFULAED Vegetables -

uI tl A Parian Until Be.v, ..e. 'T.ve ol Allen Mississippi could hardly be Induced ; 'BOW ANNE* BIVKBBOUTB.Bcktdala I .
tile III* Bt'i>..' 1 bava
to to bring i good must
to /give a serious answer nserloilS Scrofula manifest itself in of the of the I pricey
many way Swelling glands
LY A small party of gciitleuien molt all .
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question.; The older membersknew la BKMt < CBth, W08.f both sizeandqual
neck and throat Catarrh weak white
.. : littl eyes swelling (offensive sores and abscesses
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of whom land ttiih-oj, of sporting proclivities
to the
and seldom went
this -
akin eruptions losa of strength and weakness in muscles and joints. I
Salt pork is a famous'old.. I in their blood were discussing tho southern wit for Information, but new It ia a miserable disease and traceable in almost every instance to some J Dixieflyer fiif 1 ity. '

subject of chicken fighting. An old 'men often dante to grief by doing so.ilbortly' family blood taint. .. .. f ( I Slept j Evengood
fashioned remedy for con- farmer from Knppiiliiiuuock county after Mr. LlttleQeld of Maine I Scrofula i. bred fri the Sorofula appsar.tt on- -the' nay Lv Palatka...... I r a WP MI 6 l.m
Va.. broke Into the conversation. had taken his seat for his first term little1 aramlonlld .wfaeA ybrc1"n Jacksonville .. .I '1O0 pm 719am soil
:i l umption. "Eat of bone, ill transwltted old, and Val 1..ta.. ........ '
plenty ;stIlt. lie "In time I epread rapidly: over bar body Ar < I1O6PIUIIJ 0dm is made :
; 'uontluIeu'! my bo wanted some figures In a hurry. eissnti
from parent to child The disease next attacked tb Ar Tlfton .. ..... 14 SS a m7o8am 128i1Pm
: :!pork," was the advice to the have iooiS some bang up chlclTun fljiits, Turning to Mr. Allen be mid: "Pardon the seeds are planted in I we nt feared pbyalaiana she would> wsre loea her onaut aipnt..
but tho greatest light I ever saw between me. sir, but you were at Gettysburg.Can infancy and unless the oould do nothing' to relic,. the little in- A. L. aYe I IQ the use
and '
4 fcqnsumptive 50 too buds In nil my born days was a you tell me how many Federal blood is and nooent. It WM then that. w decided to Ar .1 0* p of a fertilizer" '
purged purified try 8. a. S. That madioin aS mad Ar la: 2IJ p 014
ono I
', tears/-, \ { 'J f ; contest- between a bald .eagle and a soldiers were killed outright there 1 and every atom of a apeadyand OUT. She ia nowthetalntreniovedScrof Ar ... .? 70 0-
: oomII"t.
I old In Rappabannock. Indeed that a- lady navar laadl sitfnvor I
gray eagle near my place ,, am very sorry very sorry. t'h'.lI1lt: ; a Amenious..I. IU.
Salt is if I can't accommodate ," replied tbe aa to return.1BO Ar 8 40 am 4 lOp
pork good a man you I
ula is sure to develop at MBS- RUTH 1I11RKLY! ,
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.'Thisjlglit. the bank of I "But the fact Is that I :was South Oth Btre.t. Saline, Ean.l'o .
took place on "private. in fife. inPotash
an stomach it. The idea some period your Ar .... .. .. \ 8.3ft prn74Spm '
It if I lived I busy tbit I clean forgot to count my
the river."' I couldn't forget so remedy equals S. S. S. as a cure for Scrofula. cleanses and builds c.ola.a.It

k behind it is that fat is the tor be as' old as Methuselah. I was the .he'/I." up the blood makes it rich and pure, and under the tonic effects of thia Ar Atlanta:..: .. I 7 Sit amTOiaiu :
and. the ..truggletrom' Ar Columbua....... .... .u; ..
fool the consumptive needs only spectator saw great Blood Remedy the general health improves the digestive organs are Ar Birmingham..... I ... ...... "'. ",I1I..ndollrbnok..rvlof full Infer'

:; 8tllrt to finish. Tile bald eagle Hal Settled. strengthened and there is a gradual :but sure returnto Ar Mempblaif ......... I It20pm//j ......... .mniiun, fenaul.. .It..:nbjact,la any, !farmer who OJ
t most. bad caught a muskrat and wus aboutto health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the a ST. iAr I wrhtis. fur Iliom '.
eat it for brcnkl'nst when the IrllYeo' Jones-Does be love her still? MariettaAr ...... I 9 lIt/ p mlOOam
joints and glands i Is carried off the bloodIs
as soon as OnRHAN KALI WORKS
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.* Sco t's$. .Emulsion is the modern .le soared down and attempted to JoliiiHoii the Jump No all: the her time.father-Kansas keeps City him; restored to a normal condition and the sores, erup- Ar Chattanooga Na.bVlle| ........ I 669pm108am lOOpml 040am721pm I Now "VorL-1 'I :3am>. ,... Ntrect, npt'entu .. .
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method of fat rob tho other 0110 of Its prpy. Then tions, and other symptoms! of Scrofula disappear.S. ILL. OXNT. K. B. 1 "' .u..I..4.
I feeding to bow ndcpeudent.' ArStiAuls.!! ........ :
comnipncpil the combat aud Lord S. is uaranteed purely vegetable and harmless an ideal blood :
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;! I the Pork is with Ar Chicago.. 11 20 am. . _ _ _ _
consumptive. too the tea th"1 !How! They fought purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint and builds up weak constitu. L fe W.K.a. ------_ _._---:-----_---- ___

:rDObhyfoj' 'sensitive stor: chs.i \\1111(8: beaks and talons and I could JUST tions. Our physicians will advise without Charge, all who write us about Ar Louisville; : .... 2 50! am I 128.'ipm' Notice of Application for Tax Deed

hear the talons crack when' they struck their case. Book mailed free. Ar JlnciDnntl..... .. j 720am919am 4.05 pin Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888!

;t ,Scours Emulsion l js the.most and tore each other. The sounds made ONE THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. O a IBR Laws of Florida.
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by their wing tin they buffeted one another Notlc8lsberebYMlv.lltl'at R1.; Bishop.
e/rfefined of fats
: especially WORD that word U --------- --- -- [
were like explosions of musketry ) purchaser of Tnx 'erilfliat4. No.81. dalO.
bolld train from Joaksonvllle to Maoon. tbe 3'i' dnycif June. A. D., 11,01. has flIed<
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.PJ11> r 41'r9r.easy digestion.41eiding while their screams nnd yells Bounded -r'U. 1"t'8 Train from, I'altuka eonneot nt Vadoatawlih said certltlrate l I.i ray ..IH'e, and D.. made
demanluciil. Tha battle lasted fully i j ; Florida trains going north from Jacksomllle. sppliou'l'Mi\ f9r tax deed to issue lit aonord
him fat in this fifteen minutes und wound up with! n j It refers to Dr.TuU'. Liver Pills and East Coast Ry. Local, Sleepers, on Dixie I Flyer trot a lor mice with law Said 'ertitlcnte embraces
victory fOI' old bnldy who drove the Macon. remtilnlnarln depot until THO: a. m. tbe fillowlDK. described propoity. situated
111 wayywhich is often the onlyw' MEANS HEALTH. I'ullman Buflet Sleeping tiara from In V'.luBln "ountv Plurldu. tn v,>i
gray eagle/ away and then resumed his LOCAL TIME CARD No. 51. In Effect Dec. 15 1903- Jacksonville to bt. Ixiuis via nhove route NaJ or ne"i of swj and. & 8 cbs of seW of
v. i Jialf-jheJ.bittle.-but Interrupted breakfast.. Are you constipated? without change of ours on Dixie Flyer noJ( of .v>ii und nX of swig ot ne>4 of

Scott's{" does "OU yes. there are a great ninny eagles Troubled with Indigestion? SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RIAD UII.No.D9 train, also Pul'mml'e' tint-lit sleepers on Bed. 1". Tp 15 South, Rinue 28 Kant.
Emulsioji\ ,. more. In pint of the state" Bald Sick h..adacbe'Vlrtlgo came train to ihioHgo without'" change The Bold land beIng asueiiaed. at the dataof
up my ?
)For Kihedules southbound and other the l I-suanoe, of such eer,Itioute In the
( lt.t ,tie is ..somet -: the old agriculturist! In reply to a que8'tioD. Bilious? DaU,. Dully No.29. STATIONS. 'I No.el M.I Information addressJ. nnnie ot Robert James. Unless. said rer.>
"Tliere are plenty of high rocks Insomnia? DnU.II.n,. U. RAFlll'ERtIII -ate BhlIlm 1 1 redeemed according to h.w.
+ngMibowtthccombinationjoficortlivefi \NY: ol these symptoms and many others District Passenger. Aitene :an' W. tiny{ St. ti
? Dud lofty trees whereon they build I s I 00 .1000a .... deed will Issue tbeieun on tbe 2iltb day
indicate Inactlonof LIVER : I P Lv..Jaokflonvllle ............ 40. Sip Oruacksunville Flo. '
oil and hypophos- their nests. \\'e fuiin.' d<* not give 'C I 08 I' 'IG.8" .. ................II'Jaok.nh.III...............tr. S It a I p R C. ROOEB9 January. A. D in04
: 'Y1 Neod.IntI's N S alp sit I ..AuKu..ln., ....................,., .1 lOp '11 Witness my olHelal signature and seal
vih Scott's Emulsion them any Intitude. however. Whenever I 5 I at I v .n M. .HnatlnKe.Metea...................... 5 45. 87 I' Traveling Pass. Agent. this tbe 2Ilbday of Uuuember A. 1>. 19'3..
t plaices one of these big bird" Is seen souring 01 ,.11.J! .1:1: Fl I.E. i'sluitks, ._.. .. .._ sS 525 !.D8'p v). B KHOI'ES: SAM'L D. JORDAN

ithatjiputa-inevy 'life intothetiiJ'pirts about the poultry In fact, anywhere .II .10-13-1i'iWj51'. .. .. ... ............''''''' .... .... .. .. ...L. a.taSI'I General l'ussenuer'Ageat, Maoon. Ga. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla (County Fla.wK .
yiU'fgf' PiUs I e si4Oi.. .)Lk1'_. .Lv.. ............. .... Pahittka. .... .._. ..._....Ar II
and h 3iasedil i l lr about Urn l.in.i.& nil 'Johnule get I- ..... .....",a, I' Ar..n ........ ....... .. .Lv ..... .. .a.o.
'Y your, gun' "because U not Infrequently Ihappcu. | II 7 OOiit.un. Lv................s...:" Staten. ._.._.............Are YMS. 350m I' I

the 'rdise'ased'l .'tlln t gmul, sized l chickens, young i !i. 11 1P ilTIfj, ...................Neoffa.... ....... ........Ly f13T Up I'Z"f *
: W.AI1i Idngs.tf I 10 a7 I' .1 CO I' .....................BunnelU,.................... i II" a f 41pa j r ATLANTIC COASTLINE
lambs or little pigs fire carried away by |. Take No Substitute.Notice ': -l\ 011' lii p ..........Dupon..,.............,..... s45aS5p'
f* .brW'rtmp'{ W1bC them so tl.ey'ro very unwelcome vtolt- ii ,. .11 n 1' 83 P ............Ormond ..................;.secssftlp
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s e -- M ..11 U 1 p Up.t ....................y.tous.. ...._.._.... s...,s ..-. fi I Ic -
f : i-411yI seufrt4iurthiest.c \ : .1", -WashliiKtou! Star .i Appliciitlou. for Tax Deed Under i .11 a31' t a31> .................port O'a..;; ................... 4 08a .0 P
Section 8, Chapter 4833 LAW !t .14 115 Ill. .............. U.W em'.a..a.. ..u ,
B.......j..lfil.I, 1>!4..r. In of Florida. ,, :=w ru 40. ii a 33 I ............Osli 4 00 a I ao p The. Great Car line
# '- lhe'lond c1 a label. It on th. .. -,.-. I 14 a a It p. ................. : 118 a Ii P iflP Through From Florida
G _ of eMiry boltlft of "..tlc'e Is hereby !Riven that t) C Fntinlnp.pil" .. 0 1 49 a a a7 P ............ .. .. t P I
7 ..t'X':: buy.SCOTT ;: .. I t .IU. .10p l ............. .. a es a .J :OP 4 .A
you | IIf tax Vn $ dited
Creditors. < i stir ceittlnnle" 2111.
Notice to x .8 ,a. 4 HI'I ..................Uuu ...
.' & Die 4''.h d. ...............Mel ..ILit..I' C lOs J r IL CONNECTIONS
Notion l la hereby, given tit It the under in mv <.111", '. ..ad luis m '(!Ia appllcntlim 1. 5n' BlilIIsOlli>.................".. ..t 111'I' a .11 e.. { :
BOVVNE slvneil be- been nppolotrd l hy the ounty ., liir tnxducil 1 to I IIMIO III acenr>)nniiwl 1 l ... 411". a I D 13 ,p...................... St. L. I ee a III (1 a r To .
JurtRe nrVnlushl Conn y, Florid niltnlnlutntilxof 'fa law 8nld c..rtJdn.te embraces Ibo fi..llowlnKdeorib l- .A! s .17 a 8 a 83 ................., .Ft. so a atO Nit 1 East 1? } THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE via Chftrlenton Rich
-ctt !MISTs; 1 the e.tat.. of Ella W. -N.'rrl d property alluded' In Volu- a.a r 4 Mil? a I S t1 ................... iS a no III!. I the inoud and Wa hingbon. '

;* ...4O9Parl-Stq-NrV. d..IIt8..1t1112-tm.\ fliiillflecl\ a* such ala county. .Florida lowlt ''i! I 4 4 CII 455 I : 8 U Pi.r...::::::::::::::::......Jeneen Eden' '..............:::::::::::::::.oi! oem lIp sle.io 91 ma .

and $ administratrix. creditors. legatees NH f .w" n> nwM olla%. see 4. tp ITs : f 4 6T a a 7 C5 .. ................... Stuart...................... lip .10 I.an II Jr.J .
soc. i.all:4agglsts.;.. .latiibutees, and all persona havinif ililnn range &0e.) o aorta f 5 III" f P 8J... ...............Hobe. Mound ..................... 11 P a cc.L To The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The .
1 or ,ilfmnnda,, avtijisL[ sold oolllie are faerebyno : Tho said 'limit. (1 ,'t' :I U 8 4Q' D.' 7 49 p .............. Wot JupiterWait .................... 01 P,r- I 5.5a West }
'. ; till u.l to present the a.ae to the tinueraluned bolus aesesnoil nt the ( Ie 45a 0 0 00 I' ................ Palm Beach................ SO p. 0 mam vi The Mobile. & Ohio B. R. via Montgomery.
or
ih Issiianie th
of .lIc.b eertitlcnte In
I' wl bin two bears from tbe date name of E I I. Lampson Unless said crrtltlcnts E : ; Z;: : g t3 r. .;:.::::::::::..Velm 7nton.B.ach.Ji ..........:::::':::::::_.:..::10f.H : : sos Iii. -.. -'-

'A. VvcCul Coffin'A / hereof he same will'l he burred. .shall be redeemed aanonliiiir./ lAW a.; I 7 I 9 38..,.................Dnlray...................... eaa t! Savannah and Ocean
I.YDIA. MCABiJE: Administratrix. tax deed will Issue thereon on the l2lbd torJ'tnunrr. :.i 7 Pta .lO1l I''................Ft Lauderdale..,............... ; lIp 7 OSaI To Steamship Company for :New(
v.-i'llei-! In mi KiiBll8.li: \ church uingu- Dated October 80,11HJ3.DOTICE 1004 5 S lIla 010 tOp ................. llanrtale....................... 10, p. 540. East111 t Yurk:, Philadelphia and liOHton. .
t ClIO dill-->iyf(( Oi.IV collier's cottageId Witness a- ; S 9 n11 Up. ..................Lomim. Clip.................... 7 Up. a 11'I.' r 11 The ] Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., \Vt !b. Baltimore.
St-ffiroMiiliTre 'n coffin" used us abeittt I 10 CHEDITOKS. the llth mv diiy ifflolnl ol De'-ember.signature ini and>8 seinthis ._. aeItaellIipAr.I ................. .MlaralSCHF.DULE3 ...._... ..._...._... .._sCipsama Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners !Tritn.].urt<
mid 9lk!! .L'\lpbo6I'd.. l'iotwltb-1 lauc, the duly uppninteilM HAM'i D .JoRD \1'':. OF BRAITOH LINES. Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore and Phiindel] liin.:

stiyitI1ng 111' wife's' \ \, ] ..l.'itlrxo.! of the estate of I., 3.: Mor.: Clerk (iroilitCourt, Voluala county Florid --.-

'i tcid the" fellows rlm"n, il> caiiaeil, hu*Ini t led \I'. this ilBewrliun H SANFORD' BR .NOa: :. I oaAJsrasj: OITY :BKANOH.BTATIOHS. To KEY WEST
: ntpry ot'1h"lu1lJn as : aiiKgesilon/ / of the :iuwlvcory of said Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un J ''' PENINSULA ANIIOCCIDENTAL

"ilghfeprf' ;yeiirs irjco I 'ordered Umt rs ute of L S: Nun, lnn>i, notice In lier, ..b< I der Section 8 of Chapter 488 Laws No i IIU I I I No.IS No. 31 I.. I I STATIONS _| No. o. and r STEASJSHIJ'% CO.
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I. Daily' Dally Dolly IAYAN ..
ctjffln. "I'ho wife inul we used tl) have given to nil persona Imvlni' tl.ilm ngnlnst' y BallyMlOlOal .
? Florida. iT 08 a _Tltunvllla(7ltnLv .........Ar in-eap ---- -
and Ale the wlib
a hood niaujwords.. One dny she said. said tnte to appear name ....... ..... to.18I'a '
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ill 17,> SOn I r. N Smyrna..Ar a J eap.7
b '1'1I flyer 1)0 content till I see Iwo In me. duly authuuticated. Ht rn} ofliue In De- Nntlue. ben.by given that .1 J. n''..bn|. n Lv.......... O.teeti, ............Ar III C2a 5 4 itt.I all lie Lv. Lake. Helen .A!I C PS tU 5 Interchangeable lullentfe tickets good over 18.0UU wIles of tl.e I'liucij' i ,ul.v ny +t
f.and Florida Oil or before I the Utilay otAugukt it Co., porch ser of Tax Certificate No 0' rSMitll.v Xniarurlae .Ar iii dOn, 4 lip nil BIle Lv Orange City flOp 4 of the Soottiern States are ou tale by the peiiuipnl Hgdits.jfor ,
tit eoll111.11'I'JI., luss. ,I mi Id. 'If that A. D 11)04. dnted tbeSrd day of Jure. A !nO. liKH. I lisi.> !UBOaiAr__ ::::.::::. f: ,f 'ri :::::::: t.v HO >0i:> : 4 lIt. sit 46e lAr: Or City Je :t:1I: HP sI UP complete information full. on R L. I'o\ve Ticket IIgent| oruddieps

Mlf contort tWoe? rt"ll soon bo done.' J I.EEIccn! HY, tiled petit oertltloute In niy olll-.. and hninude "rbroiigii Pulim' : iii.).."..', 1'nrt soups I.. N..w11\..*, VH! Allan i ie l.iibt, Cf fist 1.Hie' {
': No"t.j1aJ".l gave directions to have County, Judge or Volu-ia County. Fia. application f In few It This Ifecemner 23, $1XU.! with In*. Dild cirllH ale. nilbrsova Sunday Dany. Duiirex. INo.I' Dan,. Inrrlaysi
tbp t1tJtii.u.tde a .dny" tbe f'llosclnR dinerlnad nron rtc sit only. III)'. Bun' 0''" FllANK C. BOYl.STON.( :- Commercial, : Agent, W. D. Nl'AHK, 'f1'uVI'1I111C 1'ues." A> eubUK

; Citlite liotai'. to the wife's horror' I got Notice of Final Discharge. UHieil, In VohiHla onuntv, ."orllt..wlt\, I Mp .11. Its a a lIp 4 8 BO a:Lv ...........l...IOfI'm. .......... S toss t tOp ala 10. W'jet Hay. Street: A"tor Dulldlnir, ,lnnk", l e, I.'lrkln.II. .
t Info It oJ1l'di said.\ 'NowInes: star thee !-.J( Itt swl4 Ito 1/ tp i 4hnuth. r 21en.t. 5lQ3iiO2tsa53ipiBi5aLv..Ju.kionllh\ I ......... 7 eaa t S3 p .ID Ia. hI. EM : ,;(OSTnffiu Miinntjer: W.J. (.CltAIU tiTiV.nl: |P ''-(>iiei, 1 1f..nl .
nteut7 she IPcKnn to cry and want-; Sotiocla' ( months Tbe saId' I'inil belnfr aesKed Ht the late> .1 to 10 01>. D 10 ,I. H D 2U a tr.......... .hbloDoh .......... 1 ua a 4 00 p .a SOC /
;,. hereby Klven bat six oftbe issuance, of such i-ertltfuHte in ll" Ut81.I1BMa'| IUpla 84 a Ir..,.,........itlulli B""vi...... .Ar.s 71ft all I'' (1146 WiImington North 011'olin... 't1"
,. edi thv 'liorrtd' thing taken away. But arl-r dnie. tonltt I'n ibe first. dav) of July, natne of I. A.Stewart. Unless said ....rllt!- s 1 09 1 I' .n 10 a 5 I 10 1" < > 60 a,Ir. ................,port................ 7 Oou C i tJ pull SO* -. __ .
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tlifat I VCn-umh't, allow. In the, end she A 3 lOOt, I will present my accounis :
cate shall be irrleemed according In law ......
administrator "..r the estate of K8! There Time Tnblee, which and -
< tie : SJ1..II.Il1g show the IIm..t tralne may rw .z'ectod to arrive' dnparlfrom
v got ucc i fbiiii'd! to' seeln' It.'pnd.; as' we" ,cleceu'Kl ,.. the 'oul1trJUtille of Volii.la ". tax. deed will issue the'eon on the hilt clu> tliHtoveral .tattoui.,but their a>rival or departure al the tlmea stated M not !frueranteed.nor .,.;
i wanted" t6* turn It to ao'mo use we badKotun I county Florid" l.,i. lit d ask tor.ii Unal ells- ot ',tnti.ry, A. I). lUOtWitness iloeii. the Ootnpany hold Itielf responsible for any delay or any oonroqueiloe arising, ."...-- : rlErRoIT NEWVCRK
J shelves put In .und made It Into at. charge, AI 8t1eh administrator. mv iHIulnl signature sud sen) f''III.'
this the Stlth day ol December A. D 1W\ 8
bnrod and cheese" cupboard.\ ., )V! hate. TliU-J iiljr.v; let, 11)04 iLl). 8PALDISO SA M'i, D. JORDAN: PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ;: .
$ .... ; ,
t. -. ThDOLrvrZAND
r nuarrelcd since It Clerk Cl-ciiit L'o.iii.
qome. Admlnlstr tor cf.state. of H 8: Spading: : MIAMI.HAVANA LINE DIRECT. i
.. :Lu Volu-la county Fl.. Up.G
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ZffeotiT from Miami :Via., Thursday" December 17', 1908. "
Notice of Application for Tax Dee< Under "I- \ C/IG "
t 4m4-L.nt Faehaat.at. Leave Ml ml. Thursdays and Sundays ..............._................................0 00 a na /
; ; Some. anecdQjelsJutell8.a. tory of Section 8 of.Chapter 4888!, Laws Arrive Havana, I""d.y."o" Mondays, ................................................../00 mL IIJ : -
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"of Florida Huva, and Mondays..t..... bO m
1 Wn31 Iugtbn Irving. who"bn""oue, wbowaafond, offlleTIleittef Nutlce'U' hereby nl.en. ibut R.J. lll.bcip HolidayExposures Arrive ave Miami IS.Saturdays Fridays and Tuesdays :::::::::::::::::::::::;;:..::.::.::::::::.....J ou p p m cztzi ) 7CM

4 and occasion pur.boser. of tax UvnlllcHte Ni VI',
'\\l wtent Into transports! ojer the. acting dai'. uV Ibe- Btb day of Mae. A. l>. lm, MIAMI-KEY WEST LINE. J .51i0W3 ? fcffoNDKl4'tt
r oi a famous WomAn bir. yet when arra n.. Iliad Raid uerilduate In mv olHoe and :Xffeotlva from' Miami Fla. Tueidny Dooembar IB, 1908.

{. comiuodilbtf: friend ''voluotewed' to !bee made arpliUHtlitn, for tux deed to Issue L In ueccrdince wltb In-v.* Biiid: uerllnnnf Arrlv' Key West Ttle.dya.Thai'.darn and. Saturdays..S 00 P mL ,
lifcnxluce him lnstnrtly..reDUed.!! : emliraies the fo'lowli d C *
gdB'crib propi'i'lj sive X.'y Wei .W dnxilay Frtdayannd 'Siindayt T SO a mA %
.please don'Clt would ,destroy. the situated. .. oiuslu county, Floridalowlt, : ..rive Miami, Wadneedays, Friday and Sunday:; .:::;::::::::::,:.::.:::i;:::::::::::' T 0) |> mAn

llhisiou." *! 'NwJ ora f 14,890; : 10, 'r> 15, R iiKei8E.: 4e4c4P4'IL'LcptZ .
? < addition to above Bteamshlpa will be operated between :Key: West and a .
-- ,The said laud being aaiesied at the date Havana aa follows s ? ;
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t Ttioaaht flb. Kn.vr. of the 'Isoii'ince of such rerlllluuto In the Bring on Coughs Colds, )
name of fl'erson, Duvts. UnUsti d Leave Key W.Mondays, Wednesdays and frldaya. ..,. 8 so u
'Say. mamma" queried little Elsie. cute shall b.. redeemi d according to c.rllil l.iw, Arrive Havana, Tueadaye, Tbundayi: and Batardayi. .::::::::.:...:::::::::::::::::::8 00 a p m

..J .. "*bat l I. a stun party" c (nx ': '$tag. my denr. M'an<. abbreviation of January. A.U. H' (01. MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
oc itasger," replied the knowing moth Wltn.... my ulllnlnl signature nnl, seal !? that can only be Effective from' Miami, :Via., Monday December ft' 1008. 4ejct4sL'

\ this the 25-h: dAY..'Uecuraber A. I) /11)01SAM'L ) ................ ........ .. .
--Cliicutro: NC";SJ Leay"MlsnilDvnsmherSI.l4sndOl .... ..... ... ...... 11 00 p m
.". D. JORDAN promptly nipped in the Ar lveNa<..iu.Deermber29..lIIaodJ.nuaI'1..... .. .......................... D0'nm' /10 i
- LconollJ Clerk Circuit Court Volt..ilI00Unt1.1.-1.. I...... au.lJMemberi8" tI and January H.................................... .......... lu, <0 a m -
- c4 ; .10 es iiotieanI 8tll glnel8.b bud by using Arrive Miami. Deoembe 24,27 and January a...... .. .... ....... .......... 100am .Z4IMGI CuAIclU

I t tliqputiol! p1aklpg theniostend: Notice of Application. for Tax Deed Under I :Effective from' Miami, :Via., Monday January 4, 1904. ,

.t. b4tIirthe': means and material.. .. at Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws Leave. Miami. Mondays and Thursdays..:............... .. .. ........... .........It 00 p m 4
:; :i btimL ; : A-rive T11p111e74 and Frlda\a ..... .. .. .
= = = = NauCcu. 8 00 m
% "a- ,,:__ T :; = of Florida. Tropical Leave Siiaiiaii. ,\Weitueri.layriHnil. Saturduys, :::::::: :::::.. ::::::.'::::::::::::::: :.:.10 00; .|a i nl "

t -- N..1 Ice Is hereby; (riven tit .f I&). P...lollvnunhiiwr Arrive Miaul Tburadayv anil atot.ys..S,' 110> am Foe _.
:'. S YEA Ria' nf. l'.x Cvrllbcnte, N,'. 3 5 d ..twlih -----i ,4

.EX"ERIENCB '.d'h.r.t.lul.\. .\ D 1W, bus, hind PineAppleTar For ...py of Local Time Card or other Information, aditrem any Agent.
.. .alii ci'itlll. nix I 1'1 my) nfd,', 'hr.1 bax n-inli, SMOOTH RUN SV
"|.|.llcnll,I n f ir fix! dmd t.' IDSIIV III uuimid- J. D. HAHNBH. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agont., ST. AUQUBTINE. :FLA.
mii'i'. wild IBW. Mild: net tltItitt., rml>niu< t J

inI I r |1.o\v1Iljt) den rllifd. r'ro arty, luuteilIn and WineThe C-----. ... ___ .___.. __._ -4> SOUTHERNRAILWAY cn
( V liixlA n nitlv., KKirdo, 'n-wlti Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un ;;
; -.;Ju.1.I.1 E4! .fSKK: >.r > K J< mid S.r I der Section t 8) of Chapter 4SH8 Lava
i' v J xirsLH'-f >i-K.:J fo a. rw* J: OJ. II Florida Remedy Notk.A |I of Florida..
TIIADI: MAliK. .eri M.I'lio. great J
: .? DcaiON. suld. !litil. l itiliug. I ...'e.>.,rd 11 t'' e dnte I I -tvilitirg. li-iriil'-vs' I a nil 'illMrilniK'CHmil Notice la beiobv, gIven that Jerry M. T. VL
t.. r COPVMIOHT' Ac. I f the Uiiunre, if Mich mrlltloite In. the. backed by more thana ,, I 111'8'' i> 10 tvl' I fit u.n. iii( .iln.t ,lh. 'Wllllains, !purcbaner; or fax Certificate: No. cl ,4 I
.
.f.. snu..en4In5 asketoh Mid daMrlptlnn; may urnnfl II I n > 'it iltlvld (luilnsq s ,1,1 urn ,. Eel.ilj .I thin. .. (hll: Cllittn. are rripilred loII Kit, dated tim Mtli dny. tl June, A. !>., I I8W WASHINGTON NEW YORK I fl] ASHVILLE and
r nhiT .oertAlti our opinion' tree whether aD d.'ole ,nliill I! !10.. p ilLMMiuil iieuordlnir ii" lat million]! dnllars of Florida /l p< .1,5 th *IIIP tn. tli. 1II1l1'rol.1, ( \tI.| has tiled s.iideertlfloite: I In rnr otfloe 1 1 andh

1 .ntInO"......."T ....HANOBOOlfon'" commtintim.ontiUilentfiil. 1'.""". .' 11 .il < 11"l I III I I mil theiuiin on lit,. lull d...< anh.I..I..r, ., willIn, tw. ".\1'. from thlInto. I. IR mKdeHppllontioa, \ for tax deed to ISSUH and the EAST.CINCINNATI | HOT SPRINGS. N. .} '.
_It f...S. Olileel. agency for aoourlul nuenlm.Menu .if.lnll i ) A I>>> r.01.Vlihf"K I In accordance wl.h. law. Salt cerllUoale !Il C .
t *. ..,; .J' .t..*.n tbrouirh Hunn A.C<>. r.r.lyucuMan4lc..fthocIcbaTgS.InIb. \ mj ill. loll' 1'ifim'iire' mill stat capital. oolc at the names 'I I 11.1. Jlilj' 1 18111' 1":1.: embraces tint f illnwlng described property' CHICAGO. "TUE LAND Of THE

_ IhU the li.b day I of !I'"". A. I H 'UK'S D.\SIEL nKIROE.A.iniiulctratnr.. situated. In Volu.11'IbIY, Florida, p.wlti
Scientific jf mcrican.nileoraalrlllnitvateil HA1.1). JUKOXN', of the gentlemen 'who HH: uf >2-1 of lot 8, Block. 2$. .irnnire City.. The NORTH and WEST... |II j 8 "The Sapphire Country. .
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.
lerk i 11" 'I 1 he I lid Inn I belli* u e e.l a the date '
.... .. nit Court Vo'imU iiuuiil; florldn:
ff i .1' .Jjtf" dr.4u this and the 'ssiianuaorsnchceitlHoate In the name Ww.... DeiaiCn
...IUIon of enr, 'l'.rm..1J3 at compose company Dlnlnrf Car
r fonrmontbetL -BuIdbyaIIrs..tIanIur.. Notice. of of Uuknown. Unleas. auld l'e lltlvniu shall .mIImw* c. .._
I Application( for Tax Deed Un Totli-e( [ of Application for Tax Deed tG.
t t f: HUNN & Co.38IBromdw"-: York dnr Section H of Chapter 4888, Laws see if this is not a sufficient Under :Sections: of Cbpteit4eddLaws will he redostued lim, then acuurdlnv.<>n out ,'he ti 5th law.day tax of .IIIn dveii$ ,, 0.41 _.... T. B***. ,

B t.um.. 11I6 V Bt,Waehllllot B.C< Florida. of FloridaVixditt, A )II.. IUOI. olTHCJ P..AILWAY. H. P. CART.
; guarantee of merit. Wit .... rfU-lnl alunotiim and .,11I, I ".A .
Nailed, I I. hereby given that U J. White i my) lo W.8 S,Jacmouu.a..
is herrby .given. that, U. J. Whiteinii'ibHiier this lh' 4tti' da of Pee AD I\\1W);a. ..
puich mer f'r.,>t Cei,'llttcate No. 8HU, dated I ; .8.-...T. wahrai. S. 0
of Tux Certificate No .

ji .>na.h.| >d\8-d":rrllflcale dHY of April In mv deed, A.office I) ,a.d 1883, ,has has made.ippllotinn Uleil.. WM. '". JORO.. VX, Pr. Banker and C>ipllallst. s the il'1 nid::.r tier iNn ot te 8e: In|>t.V moltlce; P.:and lMbS) liH,401.II"t.d ban* anacin tiled:i (.'l"l''< In, .ill'. Cimit StM'.D.V< I 1.1", Jnuntv.l-iRI. > V.Flu.! Vs. H.T.D.C A C H.H..e.Cp.AW-o I

fotax to Iss ie In socordn CHA.; BLUM, Vice Pres., Wholesnle Mer Hppllaatlon for tux deed to '.1 e In io with law -
8nld i-ertlfloute .
_ emt>r.i<)." chant. a ali l I reMlHoate embrM e<

I hit'a V..lu..lall..1tnty t,1I0wln//(. described', Klorldat'-wlti' piopirly situated J. J WILLIAMS lemiin.: Vloe-Pres Commercial 1 In IIH Vuliislu f.llowiniiliscrlhud:::: o >
8.}< ol/ at-M.see 90. tn Us, r Me, 40 acres. B. V 8CEKRY. Treasurer. Prop. Duval a>o :n. tp 1 U,r 2IItI.40 acre '
-y 'Ihdnald land being .Hsseisml the date Hotel. The .ad, 'html "b.ln% _hssensed\ the dnte JOHNS. STETSON P
0 $faal ._Mich-rartlflnate, In tha name of TH08. A. \"IS.lIeo andMgr., Publisher of the liMuamiH of such certittonte In tho
IV.B. CI.-.. .Ualeati. said ovrtKoate abali, D. H. MoMILLAN. Vlc..Pnta.ConaolldI1Lu name J. Bi-ekmn' '. Unless paid oerllll! '

_ NEWHOQI< bu redeemed. aeourdldir. tn law-tax deed Naval, Stores Co oateebsli tm ndeunietl according In law UNIVERSITY.I t
b r. i SIMPLEST will Issue thwron on tbe 12th day ol J..nua- W.". Yu-ISER, Pre..Tbe Mello(.0.' tux" deed ..11I1"9 thereon on thn 12th da, -
r P 'T. A. D.. HHt.VVItnens E. E. WFSr, Capitalist' and Lumber Manufacturer. of.lanunry. A. I), 1101. Seeds
-MI ... IVEP INVEITE my official sUnsture: and an Witness, my i.lHclnl Klgnaturoand senlthlsI f
A this'.-he 1Kb.day or Dcoemb-r. A. IJ. 19 8 L.. &. '.JtA LEUIIJ. Cashier Bank if Undlaon. I lib day of Dccemer. A. l il 1003. .co.t more-yisIl' moreCVU In affiliation with the University of Chloago Work in one Inetl-, 1

H -SAM'L DuJbkias, tSAM'l. JilKD\N.. .1I..p..I..n"-45ysars Ltt0Tlvtoitive.B pro rate credit toward Collevfgre4ut in the bthet.
S.v.dissppohnlm.flta.
"Clork Circuit Court. r. U, SMITH, Aaa't Cashier Bank of Madison. Clerk CircuIt Court. the ht.sdsrd S..ds. University ioclarlea the following Depavv t" .!
A Volus county Flo. Volusla county, FlaNotice Sold bY .U 40.1.... 1904 :
A. H West,' Capitalist and Real Estate _.. Ann..al ,.,..paI4 fr... ======= ,:
.( v ii Dealer a,. appllcan... .
SILE1IT Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under QEO. T. HODGSON General Sou then., -4 of Application for Tax: Deed Un. I?. M.. FERRY a m.. COLLEGE, LAW. TECHNOLOGY, ACADEMY, NORMAL AN'PA ;I

:: -.Florida.. Section.8 of Chapter 4888!, Laws D.P. 'AIrOnt SM ITH..1.Tax Y. Life tVdleetnr Ins.. Co Volusla Co. der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws Detroit. Mieli.we _Tiog- SCHOOL, BUlfES. Music AND ART. '

of Florida. = = = = = -
,Kotloelshe'reh'r itrVin that U J. White.puiohsaer H.H. McCR1CAIEI.Edhturoslnpsytlletiuin. M.r than th..e bandred thousand dollars have been 'r
D. E.: THOMPSON. y.yerfol expended In
MsoagerSi. "hereby given' that U. J. W bite.purchaser '
the Bid nfTsx of June I'ertlOnate No. 115, dated .Auduetlne D.ily( Beoo d. of'rux Cerlld-at. No. 270 .tl.'etlthe pmmply Obtain U. N. and ? blldJng and enlpment .
day A. D. 1001. his died
;l' : said eeriinrmte In my office and bag made WM. Ooonty.J. BB AN.) County Solicitor, Uuval ttth day of June, A. D., 1HO baa Ul twelve thousand volnmes recently selected, in charge 'I.
upiilloation"' for tax dad to Issue In accord. aid rertldoate in i tr r ottloe and. has made I tine librarian
its- -T reeTlmestjiesV lucofk ( slice with law Said eertlttoat i nbracrsiherol'airtiiM WH.A..IIJVAN8 applloatton, (for l I.X deed to U.ue In nororila large Faculty of experienced In .
nee with law. Bald uertldoute smb teahet theleatilug ,4
I ..eMorib .itUllted noestbe Universities ralDe
piv/twrty
Europe and America. .
.
_ I In fnlliiwlnir' scribed property all U it d 1 /
4 I VoluslwcAiotjf. li'iorldH "" (
"III. Try a 'bottle and if Graduated '
: of Law
not In Volnela
Plorldn.
8w ,, ,( county towin6Ji I Se practice without .
: fji4 In DtC)( ofs.. ..DeIU..r Dpnt ae ntille '
of wji Bend model.Ikuttiri or photo(.1 InTtPfltzi lot exmintion
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awec" I'Jp.3l..g.A! ; : *._.___ 'pleased, write. the said laud being: eseesoeti. at the date. froenport on nttenrahllltv. Tf-1-,a book, Enrollment .' \
? 'kb.sIdisnd being aseMd the o"ut.. company of tuouanoe of tuoh oertlflonte In the UowwSecoreYDXnC Bi r"P flt!: of last year was 429 from S3 States
of th. 1..11.11.*o nt such eer'idoat In the Of any one ofthe above name of J. W. Hau... Unless said oertltt- Petm-snc. to ** y :: : ->j-1 -i-ij-or = .
n.Ol.ol,1! Bllubbord Untie said I eat shall be redeemed ; -et .
oertifl. I according: t.> lair sf IS. Dsptrtun.p$ or
cat shall.. be redeemed sooordlag tn law tax gentlemen and get, your lax deed will issue thereon on the 12th .day wIth ? 7.c2sOiurr"
5 aaa tMelUat-ejalpaieat.
I .swt5 isan n ]>* the JJtb day of of January. A. I) 1UOI. .t. .t. q
tJhiuituary; 1904a '" : money b'ack. ,Made only] Witness mr. otHnlal signature: sndsesl this '

my offldtalialgiiaMr. $ and seal lltb day Deromlwh. .\. D 1903. IFor Catalogue or further information address the PresldentT .: f
) of Deo, 1908 byiTfof> Mfg.; Co., and r \ HAM'L JORDAN, C. :
FARRISS
ferlsM F 8AM'LD. JORDAN I I '. / Clerk Circuit Court So D. D., Dean, DeLand.. Fla. '

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