The Volusia County record
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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 7, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00054
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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'" l<* Prettloat Point Is From IHnrlow Hi. Kit mil 'rla.stical.ts I Bt. ..
Perkins. Cary D. Landls. r v n ilri-li Bnrlc Canoes nhid Snovvatftoe Ik* Mont Intrlonto and
"V L James W. to Hurley Leek.For '1.1t"... Ibllll the n......... Of It. its li..t Productions. Vchlvl of Tboovbt Bxtnnt

;. ,; PERKINS & LANDIS, the ordinary Londoner the Why does the dog liute tLe: cut? SMnl That the North American Indian never Chinese has been described as "tbe

t I ad COUNSELORS- !illumes only begins at Illchniond but HIM have lit't'ii' ImcxllgutliiK the en- rose to u high level of civilization may most intricate, cumbrous and Unwieldy V
ATTORNEYS;!AT-LAW from there on to Oxford every. touch Is 111ft)' uotmopii, tho.'o uiilimiU. niml they bo attributed to his hick of inventiveness vehicle of thought that ever
j a delight. :Magnificent us Is the Hud- "believe Unit the Inntlnctlvo. hatred( There
"''i" t. as well as to hIs Indolence and obtained among AllY people. ..
.\ -'. '. DeLand-Florida.. sou, It hits the disadvantage, : of being wlilt.li ciM-tiilii, liciiHts feel tar OIK h other Improvidence. lie reined no elldurlngetructUl'OIl Are eighteen varieties of It, btslde the

'j.. 1 Will Practice In ,State and Federal too bin for a rowboat Ono mlnht! just Is due to liihoiltmu'o' fiuni undent und constructed no Instruments court dialect, and until recently no
.. a* well be on the Atlantic. Anything times when the milmiilit. In
Courts. lift a wild for the manufacture. on any European knew more than three of,
V ''! .- for Infants, and Children. mailer than on Albany day boat. seems state a'nil preyed' on each other. thing but the suiulleHt scale of articlesof these fluently while it may be doubt",

t\ STEWART& BLY, lost ou its majestic breadth. But the The enmity between cuti and dogs: use and exchange. Tills. seems ut eel whether any Chinaman ever fully
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature Thames Is made for the single and Booms to be due mole to 1m t red on the first glance like a satisfactory explanation understood them all.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W. of Chan. II. Fletcher, and bite been made under his double sculler the punt the Canadian pnrt of the dog thiiii of the cut. The of the undeveloped state of his In what Is commonly called Chinese

personal! supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one canoe and the small electric, launch. latter nnlnial apparently boWs dogs civilization. there are 80,000 recognized written

Office in Bank Bnilding. DELAND. to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and And to my mind the best of all starting because dogs chime her, while. the dog, It Is nevertheless not 'true that the character yet there Is no alphabetand

f.J'. Poetofflce.DAYl Just-as-good" are but Experiments: : and endanger. the points U :Murlow. It Is about an hates the cut' because she Is a cat. Indian lacked luventlxeness. He baa practically no grammar. Even

t .\:\ Branch office over health of Children-Ipxperlence: : against Experiment. hour and a half's run from town and A cut will feed at a place where a \left at least two worthy monuments this Immense number of character

FISH therefore well beyond the lange", of dog boa been without betraying any of his capacity for Invention, although may be Indefinitely extended for a

'h' BERT The Kind You! Have Always Bought 'Arry und 'Arrlet, who are the pests of signs of linger: but n dog generally becomes our own civilization has converted learned Chinese scribe, if be does not

'. an English us mosquitoes are of an excited and wild If he scents them from articles of necessity Into know a sign which be thinks; entirely

V ATTORN. -AT-LAW, i Beaip the Signature of American holiday. Marlow in Itself Is the trull of a cut anywhere near his what are practically plujtilings. suitable to the word he desires to express -

.'11. a delightfully typical village, with Its food or sleeping plnce.Now These two evidences of the Indian coins one. There Is a Chinese

'-f;. \ DeLand Florida. broad main street Its old inns and ( this enmity Is not to ,be explained genius are the birch bark canoe and printed book In tbe British museum

: I. Special Facilities for Examining manor house and its sweet smelling by anything\ that happens between the snowshoe. For beauty and utilityIn wltb thirty-two different sample of

6' f and Perfecting Land Titles. cottages ablaze' with country Honors. dogs and cuts In domesticity or the uses for which It was designed these fancy characters.

'i.J ,. .. .. And tbe two mile row upstream to anything that ever happened between no product of the white man's art I Basque Is the most difficult of European -

\0" J HALL BRUMSEY ." Hurley Lock focuses the Thames ut them nil long ago as human history working with the same muterluls could languages to acquire, chlefiy! because 1

i I It In Use For Over 30 Years. Its best. It is one of the beauties of goes. In all these thousands of yean have surpassed tbe Indian caiioe. The of the arbitrary adoption cf ex
'Ii-.. /. } ATTORNEY AND CQUNSELOR this river that It bas a perfect setting. nml cats have been traneous words Into Its This
f ..."H. .. .".....nUT. HU' .... .,.. dogs kept as pets suowshoe, as the Indian designed uud sentences
... : AT'LAW TW. .HTOUN _. -. c. --- It winds lu and out among wooded and of all nnlmiila they are the two made It, moieover. Is a distinct work I character marks no other European
I r' bills, past fields nml flowor laden which should be the most friendly.Rut of art and like the violin of tile older tongue but it is one which also renders

:" j' f .., Will Practice! >In all State and Federal I meadows and between banks that the the reverse IH the case. One nat- masters, seems Incapable of Improve- American Indian languages very

Co .. Courts.DELAND y.... Didn't Connt 5- -, cleverest gardeners In the world have urnll t. IJP. Zell, Reeks It In the fact ment. troublesome to learn Gaelic 1 Ia also

,, V.;' FLORIDA. Napoleon lu the course of his, Itallaa done all they can to b..autlfy.-Sydney thAt the common cat not only looks It may be argued that these are articles difficult for It bus no affirmative and

..;. 'l'! Office over F1 her's Drug: Store. campaign took a Hungarian battalion Brook In Harper's Weekly like but nniells! like, the great cats of of the simplest kind, but the genius no present tense.
The colonel an old man TAKE
J' prisoners. prey. And of those cuts of prey there : that Insphed their. invention and

z f J jL. McCRORY, complained bitterly of the and, French desul. AN ERRATIC VOLCANO. Is one. unto!' like a do-.neatlc cat In construction Is. none the less worthy to A POSTOFFICE BIBEL.Lanusg. .
mode of lighting by rapid
'; many ways which hunts dogs by preference. rank with that which manifests Itself
: 1fi.;! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. tory attack* on the flank the rear.concluding the WI NIOPCARDW ROBO From the Sea Formed mn i Tills big cat Is the leopard. In our own civilization In works of an .. F4.o..anry t. Slnwporo'
Hues of communication, etc.. '
Inland and Sank Avnln. The domestic cut and her larger relative ampler! but not more beautiful design. Mall Dollvorjr..
,' Florida. by saying thut he fought In the On June 1(1, 1810, the Sabrlnn, a Brit the wildcat, have never harmed Boston Globe Singapore Is tbe only British post-
DeLand must
'" army of Maria Theresa." "Yc>u ish sloop of war observed smuUe arising the race of dogs, but their great speckled !- office which employs letter carriers for

V ,i. J I E. ALEXANDER. be old." said Napoleon." "Yes.tile I am re from the sea near Michael's: : off cousin In. and always has been the SECRET INK. each language. Within that city there

V either sixty or seventy was tbe Azores and made for It, believingthat most ferocious of dog murderers. and are so many different race. who receive

ply. a naval engagement was lu prog- the cut must for It.
pay correspondence addressed in their
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. remarked tile Cor.alcan AT HOME Writing Which May Do Bind Invisible -
;.: :- %VUy, lived long < ress. Her crew found however that Authorities agree that there Is no or visible nt Will. own vernacular writing that proper delivery .

'-. Office In Brush Block. "you have certainly great tongues of flume were Issuing animal I that. the leopard would rather There are several ways iu which two is extremely difficult.
count -
enough to know bow to year.a along with the smoke and that they eat than the. dog. A) a result there are
DeLand, Florida. said ; persons can correspond with each other Bo bard Is It that In some district It
.-S Will Practice In State and Federal little more closely. "General, Are you a mffcrcr bad cleared for action to tight a volcano mAny villages: In the districts In which unknown to even the people before has been found necessary to send tbe

Courts. the Hungarian "I reckon my money tot Has your doctor been unsuc- leopards. are plentiful where nobody whose eyes the very letter Is beld.'Ovid postmen upon their rounds In set of
my shIrts and my horses but as cessful7 Forty-eight hours later an Island can keep n dog The great cats will three.
itJOHN MACDIAUMID will taught young women when writIng -
) my years I know that nobody made Its having risen .. brenk Into the houses
he ltnt to
I appearance. not < One of these la a Malay In charge of
ball Wouldn't prefer to beat to their lovers they should use new
that I
steal them and you
want to ; from a depth of forty fathoms in that to seize tliclr favorite dish .
all packets for Europeans, Jews, Armenian
C h PHYSICIAN AND HOME milk as Ink. This when dried l Is Invisible -
them. yourst1fAT I
never lose one period. und in another day It was fifty- But says the doubter, the modern but by scattering coal dust or soot *. Mala)'s, Arab, Parsees and
L .! .1. Office over Fisher's drugstore.. Nearly" 1,500,000, women have one feet above the surface, with a dog certiilnly could not hnve known : Japanese, which are presumably addressed
OIHce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, How Do Von Approach n DlfBonltrt upon the paper the writing becomes
: bought Wine of Carilui from length of about three-quarters of a leopards In many thousands of years. in European script or In writIng -
and 7 to 8 p. in.DELAND. It makes great difference bow you and have cured legible. Ansonius adopted this method
.. their druggists mile. By July 4 the Subrlnu's people He lana been a domestic pet In regions akin to It. Tb* second of the trio
FLORIDA. a difficulty. Obstacle are themselves at home, of such when writing to Paullnus.
V.- approach were able to land on this new shore, ,where there have been no leopards I 1 la a Chinaman, who deals with correspondence -
like wild animals. They are coward*, troubles a> periodical bearing Diluted sulphuric acid lemon juice
which WAil then BOO feet high, wltb a since man first appeared.
OK A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN bearing Ideographic charac
:DR.: but they will bluff you If they can. If down and ovarian pains leucorrhoea solutions of nitrate and chloride of
barrenness circumference of fully a mile, with a That la true suya Dr. Zell. But he teas while tbe third Is a Tamil who
of If nervousness cobalt or of chloride of write
afraid them. you copper
AND SURUEON.DELANO they see you are stream six yard. wide running from points to tile fact that dogs have a letter
\ hesitate If take your dizziness, nausea and despondency colorless. but on being heated the characters tnkes out addressed In tbe writIng -
land and you caused female weakness. tile center to the sea. habit of turning nround several times '
.( FLORIDA. to by written with the first two be- of his own race as well as any in
,:.:, eye from theirs, they are liable These are not easy cases. They took formal possession of It for before they, Mo down. This, be says Is : Telegu and southern Indian writing.
V Office at residence, Indiana avenue If do not come black or brown and the latter ,
spring upon you. but you Wine of Cardui core when the his Britannic majesty-. hoisting the due to the fact that when they were I I Tbese cosmopolitan postmen bare of
next Hooser .
.. to Court too When the becomes cool
.A ttlncb. If you look them squarely doctor can't.Wine union jack on Its most conspicuous In wild state they had to do this to green. paper
a often
to consult each other
:. : Office Hours: 9 to 19, 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. they will slink out of sight So of Cardul does not Irritate the wrltlqg disappears and leaves the course a*
o I eye. point, but by degrees the Island. sank press
,'. -r Ig t :: ;;:.;; VIDA Z BAERECKE, M. D. difficulties, though flee they before are absolute very real fearlessness and in the the treatment.organs. There It Is a ls soothing no pain until about the middle of October it prepaie i 1\ bed for themselves, and as paper water blank and again.equal parts Saltpeter of sulphate dissolvedIn of even their varied linguistic attainment
vanished below tbe surface, with the this habit In all
Inn not
'. tonic of herbs free from they t have to be supplemented by a Sikh
: : timid and hesitating and Bal ammoniac dissolved In
tbe copper
.;, \1' BURGEON. formidable strong and drastic drugs. It is union jack still on It. like a battleship their years of domesticity) It Is quite who understands Hlndoostanee Persian -
f'I'PHYSICIAN and water are two good invisible luks.
and grow larger and larger apd more. successful because it cure in a inking with colors flying after a fatal natural that they. Bhoulil still Inherit and northern Indian characters.
% There are also some Inks which are
4' 4 formidable with vacillating coptemplation.
natural way. engagement.-London Standard. fierce untied of allY creature that
1 Office on Eoxtt" New York Avenue .-Orison Swett Marden lID Sue- Wine of Cardul can be bought smells like u leopard. Invisible when dry but visible when

;F.'oJ''' DELANO FLORIDA. from your druggist at '1.00 a INSECT CONVERSATION. Dogs mid cuts ore not the only animals moistened wltb another liquid. Thusa THE CAUSE OF SURF.
) bottle and con begin this solution of muriate of antimony
:you that still show Inherited fear or .. .......
War Wnvs Always
:> Will it? *
4 S. MUNSON > treatment today. try washed with tincture of galls becomes
,,ft. ,h DiL.A.. you Antonnnl Lnnffaas Amonar Ants !. hatred of other beasts which they have .r. In bnliow.. W.'...

",'I. .. CASTORIAFor : 'e <>....roqnlnne' special' dlrootlonn.ilreiii. N Demonstrated Fact never seen thc>ni8cl\es. Thus the rhinoceros yellow, green vitriol ink washed with Long and oscillatory wave run by
.,';_ *& UOMEOPATIIPHYSICIAN.Office : ( a .gMn, "rmpiomi,Tbe Ladled' Every observer of Insect life seems Is frantically In fear of anythIng tbe same solution turns black nitrateof gravity the first agitating the waterto
Ad.wory Dopt, Tbo battanu04jaidioiuS I l'OlJaltVaobed with oxalic acid
-, ", ., ..I' Infants and Children. CO., CUtuooogk Tuna. convinced tbut In one way or another v hlte, and nnturnllsts say that nearly the same amount at all
.'- d. Second Door South' of Fisher'sDrug1 Insects do converse. How this Is done this Is beciiime once upon a time some turns blue, uisenlate of potash with depths, while the chief disturbance due
.. ., Store. The Kind You Havs Always Bought nitrate of copper' green, solution of
; U not so easily determined. SometimesIt big white unlinnl hunted him. But thnt to the latter confines Itself to tbe upper
12 3 to I 5)
10 with inurlnte tin
OFFICE HOURS to a. m.; gold of purple.
r and7to8p.m. Bear the7J ,,/ ---- may be by sound, as in the case of : must have been long ago for there are layers of tbe water.

Vt DeLand Florida. A TANTALIZING FISH. bees with their busy hum; sometimesby no big white animals now where the These oscillatory waves, the most
: __ Signature touching one another on the bead rhinoceros dwells. GnmboKn'a Tnbl typical v 'pie of which I* perhaps

f f"" V DL JOHN REEVE, T". w..,.. of the Salmon Ar* DoyondFludliiw or abdomen as ants do but far more Chickens tliut hove never seen a fox table There at Is which a curious Gambettu story told wrote of the A furnished / tbe "swell," or regular
; Out.
frequently by the antennae, so that will cackle and run In fear If they rolling waves which continue to rOil In
,- --- Who knows the way of the eagle Lathe Huber calls this tactile communication come across the place where the animal previous owner. General Lahltte minister after will breakon
deep water a storm
.:1. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, for foreign. affairs In 184tf! dismissed
air or of the salmon In the sea? "
Bv.nd Up. "antenna language. has pushed or where his carcass a shelving shore when their height
:' .' Office in store recently occupied by "I think." lie said. "thnt I ,iam now Of all flab the most tantalizing: be baa His own experiment demonstrates has been dragged. If a fox has been bill confidential! servant because 1 Is about equal to tbe depth of water.

'. frt- Dr. Mellette. Residence 408) West just nlmiit "ell with the world." been tbe life study of thousands of the tact Having placed a colony of anywhere near a eat's drinking dish be believed be bad stolen a large sum I When the depth Is sufficient to allow
of In l.Ooo franc bank notes.
New York: Ave. "E); >" Mi with the world'" men. Yet bow little any one reully ants In a closed and darkened chamber, the cat will not approach It.-New( York money I the oscillations to proceed unimpededno
4i ;: Years when tbe table had,
:: DeLand, Florida. '"Yen. I Ustue Unit I have, nqw reach knows about him. unit, how conflictingIs be found them at first all scattered lu Press.! afterward I progressive motion taken. place, each

',- ed a point where' I owe Just ubout ta the testimony a. to what Li known! disorder but be soon saw one who bad to be repaired, the joiner employed for I column being kept In Its place by the

: -- .... QR. H. D. BRACEY, many" people us I don't owe."T'=hlcago If you want to get the Idea tout there discovered an outlet return to the rest. A Spoiled? Dinner. bank tbe work notes found between the missing the bundle of pressure of surronn, ,lln,; columns. ,-

root Is no such thing oa abstract truth, you Of these he touched a few, and speedily Mme. de :Mnzarln certainly was eccentric mahogany I If. however, free oscillation I Is prevented
't" -- form that quickly by sitting to board of the table and the drawers be I
-. DENTIST. can opinion tbe whole community marched out and unfortunate according : as by the Interposition of a
I '" ., If you' wish to be held In esteem, In front of tbe fireplace lu a Cubing \ In regular Hues evidently wltb the one the memoirs Marquise: da Crequy. low. They hud lain there unnoticedfor rock, or by the sheMug of tbe shore,

Office second story McLaurlne Blqck. you must ussocltte! : only'wlbl thoM club some evenlug when the most thought of liberty. She never gave a reception without fourteen )'eu's. Unfortunately the I the columns lu tbe deep water are not
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:* '-*' DeLap' Florida. who are estimable.-.Itruyvra. experienced members are present and Ants have been known to post sentinels !- some Occident happening When she I story does not go on to say that! the balanced by those In the shallower

I.;. ->' ; feel like talking. There Is scarcely to send out spies and to return to bad a supper party the kitchen was poor servant anti his mistaken master and thus they uciitilre' a progressive

VOLUS11CUNTYATCTCO. any proposition connected with the life their nest by signal,, for re-euforce- certain to catch on fire. She gave a were alive at the time of tbe discovery I motion and form "bieukers." For this

J BEAUTIFY history of this flab upon which any meuts. The -very aphides, the ants' grand fete chumpeter and In order to and that the one's character was cleared reason waves always break against",
",. t S B. Wilson Bert Fish, two men of forty or fifty years' experience milk klne appear to understand unten- make It mote realistic sent for a flock and the other's confidence! restored. the shore whatever is tbe direction of

In salmon fishing will agree. The nal language as do wasps also accordIng of real sheep, a heifer and a shepherd's : the wind.
V Manager. Actuary YOUR COMPLEXION biography of the fish Is filled wltb pux to Bunks and Knight, for if their dog. The !flock was to pass behind a KnUcr'a Snub of the DUmnrcka.. I
rl .
'A.' -----;- --- cling blanks. You catch a gllmps.e of sentinels give no warning a neat may glass screen. An unruly buck smashed The marriage of Count Herbert Bismarck The ship RI....
!j: Abstractors of Titles. IX: TEN:: DA\$, USE! and the Countess took
V. : V -, .' him In his Infancy. lie mysteriously: totally )be taken. the glass, nut! the entire flock, with tbe Hoyos [ Even compared with the work of a
IDA W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand; Fla. Vienna and It this ,
disappears returns during adolescence .. heifer and dog, rushed In upon the audience place was on occasion circus acrobat tbe Job of a ship's rigger
-- that tbe kaiser took
: : HOWARD SA.TINOL.A.The and then Is gone again until on his and scattered It. Some of tbe a step la extremely perilous for whereas the

,;:1.f. ALFRED third appearance tbe Infant bas grownto sheep got access to the supper table, which was one of the falsest steps. of circus performer Is safeguarded In every .

Beautifier be fully mature, Who would think AND'ERUPTIONS and so there were no refreshments to his life a step equivalent to the malevolent way possible and the ropes and

;;; ',( SURVEYOR Uniqnaled tbe childish smolt of a few ounces that OILS speak of. boycotting of the Blsmarcks. By supports are thoroughly tested the rig
; order UU Count the
;; majesty Caprlvl,
I'. .) allps quietly down river In the early ger's duty Is to ascend masts often
; ''f >> :. DeLand, Florida. spring could come back the same sum Tn. Frlnc of Wnt.rloo. new chancellor wrote to Prince Reuse. maids extremely perilous by rot or dangerously

i. 1 mer In the pride of youth as a three or After the. battle of Waterloo the German ambassador Vienna: "Should Impaired by storms. Extreme

.t .' CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OFI tour pound !giHxe And the next time Duke Wellington was created Princeof tbe prince (ex-chancellor) or his family I coolness and caution are necessary and

J! be /goes upon what meat doth he feed Waterloo and four pensions were make any approach to you pray confine- the men engaged In this calling are a

tbut be jumps to maturity and ten conferred on him nat his descendants.A !'. yourself to conventional formsofcourtesy. -I clear beaded hard handed lot. who
E. H. HAYWARD Have been ufferingfrom Impure Blood This order Is also to be observedby l
Belgian states that In the risks and work with
f pounds weight? What ports does hevisit paper take cheerily an
::1, w- Agency of the l leading Fire Insurance while he Is off ou his deep see for Eruptions.many. years Having having heard of lioils! S. S.and S.ethel I decided great book of the Belgian public debt the staff of the embussy. I may I I instant understanding of their business -
that his will take
add notice
I Company of America-The Aetna. cruise? Where does he keep the chart to try it, and am glad to say that it there are four entries every year of majesty" Loudoa Chronicle. no Taking: Into consideration the extent -
of the
City property a Specialty. by which after his far away wanderIngs has done me a great deal of good. I intendto payments to the Prince of Waterloo. wedding. and character of their work comparatively -

No 803, Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. he unerringly returns to his continue to use it, as I believe it to bf They are 80.1CH3 francs 14 centimes. 492 _ few meet with accident..
Blood Medicine the market 85 francs 89 centimes and 8 New York
-- -- birthplace? And why do many grllHf the best on francs Herald.

to.t. M you want M...th-T:. come to some rivets and comparative!; Cleveland Tenn. W. K. DBTBKS. franca 47 centimes, or a total of more. The Tnllamnnla Moonstone
J of
The remarkable
.v5 bits', *** tunM for then 3O) ) peculiarity! Tho Bxplnnntlon.
'iil.'. to others? (Mlrauilcli': ;
f few none have sufferedmore
or I
For fifteen
.:: your .labor and over years moonstone Is that, while In all other Baity Moore-How was that last
your ,...and. : wo ten there are In August ten grilse or less from Impure Blood. About Internal called flaws
I fl, ...., you can'I afford ill to every full grown salmon. lu the year ago :I had a boll appear on my leg H. Do. Oo Round Bmttlm. !gems seams are cook you bad? e
( ... 10 planl. anything bat Toblque there are scarcely any !grilseat below the knee which was followed b, At a dinner recently given In London and detract from their valise In mirrors tbe. Culvert, Jr.-The limit-positively; the

all.-From "The Trout of tbe Neplslgult. three more on my neck. I saw 3. S. S. an American. actor proposed the moonstone they are called "magic limit.

: : FERRYtAnirtl ." by Frcdorlc Irlall<). In ScrlbMr' advertised and decided to try it. Aftet conundrum, ""'hut goes round a but because those favored mortals "But you !gave her a corking good
Aruw applications will remove tan taking three bottles all Bolls disappearedand ton?" After the problem. laid been given who are gifted with the Illuminationof letter of recommendation"
lowness and restore tile beau. .. I nave not been troubled any since.GHO. tbe astral light can by Its aid readon "
of up by the party he gave the answer "Well what was I to do? She sat
SEEDS ty youih.8ATNUtiA O. FERTIO.
those surfaces of milky; white the
right down In the kitchen and wouldn'tgo
I I. "A goat. was a mo
a now discovery, ituar-" GARTER SUPERSTITIONS. 114 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. reflections of the past and the promises
-lb. ] aftvr M rs' other terw.-Baltlmore
it on
y anleed. and mousy refunded If 'tails to ment's silence. any
1 1 ,V.. J b.re u *y M*ilwi.uU>* MirMt produoiU remove Freckles. Pimple Liver 9p. t. few-garter ltlon. Newark, Ohio, May 23, 1903. Finally oue of the women spoke up. of the future." American.
b U Crop*. Alldvl&l.r* rllibom. BlHOk-hemrf Tan, Dlsoolorail. ns and lien are a supere Prom childhood I had been bothered Why," she sntd In a puzzled tone,
.- -I surd. Our A.i.I isuS Dlanxurlng Eruptions. Ordinary t-awa that still survive: with bad blood skin eruptions and boils.I ate buttons. Th. Only. Cnr.. Mttl.. ,, .ai.Ti's .j (raw oa In 10 d.ys.defect,the ire worst removed In 20 data tbe skin AlterIbeso will Gold garter buckles are "lucky" aud bad boils ranging from five to twenty i in "I Harper's didn't Weekly.know they Blnks I wish they would cut out "Did you lint It difficult .to reconcile j

i I be sort clear, healthy. and bauutllul. liver ones tbe reverse number each season. The burning accompanying these ballad singers at tbe vaudeville. yourself to the loss of your daughter?"

A OBTROITt M OHr Price Oil)cents at drug stores or by mall. 'The girl who wenrs her garters below the eruption was terrible. Ill Point of Vl. They make me tired. Jinks-Well, yon "Yes; very at first. But her husband
Thousands of ladles testify to tbe merits will lose ber beauty.To S. S. S. teemed to be just the medlcint w."Do their
the knee early to
might get somebody remove unexpectedly Inherited $100,000about
\) 4- of Batlnola. needed in my case. It drove out all impurities you think the world I. growing
w.r promptly obt-la P. g. and Foreign put on the left garter before tbe and bad blood, giving me permanent better?" noses. Tben they wouldn't have any. six weeks After they were married."-'

Os I right on dressing In the morning will relief from the skin eruption and "No confound Itt I I dropped the nick- thing to sing through.- Cincinnati Chicago Record-Herald.(

ATEKfS. Kept! Mrs. 29 H., 'C4;Hyera: "I can wrl..81-AlIglI.'a.truthful. y any tbitHatlnnia bring bad luck all,day. boll. This has been ten years ago. and ] .el tbe conductor< \ gave me In change tills Tribune. _ _
la the only thing that ever did Tbe marriage of a bride wbo wean have never had. a return of the disease.Mas. morning and It rolled off the car.- .,."1........ a
rav eun.i>lexlon any good My face any but white garters on her weddingday J. D. ATHBHTOH. Chicago RecordHerald.Cbnnsrcd ..1.... Blobbs-In spit of" all the money
and bunds were covered with' reokIesI will bave an unhappy ending. Write for onl "Now I know," sobbed the six Newrlch spend* on'hi* clothe he can't

Bead model,ftfcefeoh mt nublllty or photo of Inventloa nr .Wbook.torfrMNportna rrmplexlnn ud two In iiackages now .. white nf allnola.and soft Mv as The luckiest colors for trnrte... ,ar, book on blood andakin It. months' bride to her husband, growlIng disguise Ills plebeian origin. .Blobbs-J'

that of a bahr.' I cannot recommend.. white. blue and black. Tbe wearer of diseases. The Lady-TLnt Isn't tla same story over her extravagance, "why you No; it'. like putting a ten dollar collar'Mon ",",,

Sstlnols *too blgbtjr" yellow !garters will lose a friend withina Medical advice you told me before. .The. Eemnr-No, used to call me a flower. You thoughtI a thirty cent dog._"Philadelphia'. .. ,
V SSS S S t.o! other was an orchid and tlm I could lira; Record -
S didn't believe ono.
NATIONAL, TOILET CO., year. or any special in. lady; you "
New Orleans Plcayuuo.
on air, ,
PARIS Tluuc. 1C a garter brtnks In church! UMwearer's 4 formation about _rhlladaJpuIaTh Teiorai.: : Tbe flower of civilisation ,'la th. finished -
marriage wUL.be happy, butt
Sold In DeLand by w. ALLEN .t; CO. the IIceld"t; bllllll"o. 1It.." dunceIt' jour case: will coal greedy eye always. m'<3r* r-jiu It Is from t"H nl..' thnt vjl'e,men deI I man the man of sense of grace

and til leading dr gglsts. 1* a sign that the wearer' l".eethllllrLIs you nothing.Tkt < I than a generous ono.-CUcMiit: : Tilbmi : fIve. connoll'l lOll In the trlublcil.ot life. I IYIt,1' of accomplishment, of social power-

-.-. 7_' faithless to her. Swift SpeoluO,Coiaayr. AUuta. 6..\I *.'" L lugo.eJ. tbe ;entlezua--iwersqu, ,5, .a.

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VOLliSIACOURTY'RECORD.\: President Roosevelt; suggestion ; ALL OVER THE COUNTY oold.confined to his bed with a very severe COUNTY .COMMISSIONERS.Hold :.,c-!!!:: 'CC-....;....;. :: :: .C...;.co: e::... e:: eo: eoee: ::.... :: ::...

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... Congress; ,that,wife beaters shouldbe TEMS Of INTEREST 'WAFTED TO experience Our new with Mayor some is having of the quite colored an ,?_ Year on .Tuesday/: ,..i WATTS" .& MILLER, ,tIm

Entered In the Po 'x; >ffloe. at PolAnd F!.., punished by flogging meets THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS disorderlies, effect of. too. much Chris The board met.. pursuant to adjournIVeseiit -

) a*pwmad oliuM msteT.L with general approval. 'The CORRESPONDENTS. mas. mellt ; 1'1*. Bond, chairman;,

Six of our young people leave thlll It. l>, Brooke, W. 11. McBride, X. L. m HARDWARE FHRHITDBEffUNDERTAKING m mt

B.E. PJBETATT, ,J ,dltot Proprietor. numerous advantages of admin week to take up their studies again, five Rodgers, T. .J. "''llIW. *.Y, cud> S. D. Jor-- .
<( istering corporal punishment areas < Pierson. going to Stetson and one to Kollin (dim clerk '"'"*' ,

--,- College. The iuluut of the. .last tuec'tlngweio
speedily cognized now as On last Mr Read of rend slid on motion duly upprovihl )/ JJ!
those resolutions Saturday evening Vit:
jSjtjck,to. .new Ollie Cowart, one of Seville's promls t
.. they were by the old woman who< the "Harlan" entertained his guests and uiul 'sKiie I. A" ing men, wee in Pierson Sunday
young The following road and bridge reports -
number of the town people with
..,.- ".-There-are fifty-three" Sunday jn!_.the. jgaserpf.!: .,)ier drunken!! husband ;: last quite progressive hearts. ( w....<. UasiesubwLt.teth.. vUUtilct i/ LAROE..A.ND COMPLETE. LINE'OF JlARD WARE, FURNI.Ii ,,!

was advised to heap -coal Tracker Peter Pierson is Bending forward No. 1-Two miles of, cluy \ A niture and Everything for your hom the Best and Latest In'J'
: n95. 1 almost daily shipments of fine The Hough and Bond store is our did 'oft Enter rlse 'utuX'Ofaugtt,City the Market and our prices are as LOW -AS POSSIBLE for the '
of fire on his head "Faith" she first brick bnilding, and we are 'IJ, ',
lettuce and cabbage. very loud, uiul oiitt uud one-half mile, of fine class of Goods we carry. |Our Furniture Department is three
..., Rev Charles Wagner, and/Tom said, ."and. do you think that proud of It. They will put in a fin. plueatraw., \Ii doors north of our Hardware Store and when in need of anything In i>IJ"IIJ.
: Our prosperous sub district school Be tliiHs/ stock of groceries and open as soon ).District No. Progress.: our lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depart ,
;. Lawson 'are among the literary; would do good. I have already this place started up again Monday as building/ can be finished. District No. :Ffteun uiilcs of :Are ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy you or your "1'1' ........11"J (
tried hot water." with a full attendance. -- back. il'> .
:; antipodes who believe in the luitU completed along pluestruw loud money
of the S E Smith and family enjoyed a (Orange City.The and two mile>> of pliiustruw laid. ii/' Caretuf Attention given all Mall Orders.Ii
.. 'power press. their S T Dtxtikt 4 5 .
; Port Arthur has at last fallen Christmas visit from son NOH. and -Progiess.On
Smith and wife of GHenwood, motion the revolver bonds of A. t
.:'t'r ',,'. ". -Charles Midas' Schwab wa and the Japanese are now in Mrs Hiram Ashley and sinter Mr Whist Club will meet at ('sptCiark' U. lilies, .Walter Adams uud C. J. K.Joniw :, : UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. U
on Monday m.
bare J foot boy !possession of the place. The Lanlar and children vislteDeLand p were duly approved and thecloth Mr. J. A. Stith, 'graduate'
,; ::41 nce.a: ragged, ; ; Josephine iti il;
; Instructed
;\ week. The Heehnerg came Friday night, Mr to issue.. license there
and Lake Helen last of of finest
terrible Beige has been for one the Embalming
..., F' ,. ,now he pays fifty dollars 'a pair !: on and Mrs Ueebuer, Mius CI .reU" Da for. ilil,/' Schools of the country is in ,''IJ'
';' 1' L': for his shoes and has corns*; eleven: months, since last February Charles Dillard of this place left Fi'!- and Gruce were in the party. llio petition of fifty registered, vot.CMS charge of this department and i'i'
] take
day to position as
a niKl tax of tlio of /
I.' of the ituyem county will give and careful '
one longest seiges aboard the steamer City of Jacksonville Mrs Arthur Stillman will be here on prompt
Viihwiii, inuylutf tliut a J!"u and
genie '
ilil attention detail of this
Wednesday night on a visit to hepatents / to every
%t ,..; .Q t; of two thousand .visitor known in history. The Russians After spending the holidays with !, Mr "nltre! J L Tnre nniuun bo uiipolntc-d for said county, work. ?_
*' accommodated at Medland Hall, started in defense of the port their families sober John Horn and I tutu 1 the rwoiiimonclutlou; Unit Chits :M.ivmtx : \Ii
Hans Anderson returned to their po. Miss Alum Hulliday, returned to her i lie iipiioliitod) ) us such! wuideiin iti Funeral Supplies ." !
AI London, with free bed and board, with 80,000 men, which was reduced sttiona at Alco Monday. school at Sf'nhiet>,<,!,. or Goodall on Saturday \n,8 ifielxod and 'filed; nnd thereupon \II
- ,. I of lust week. Her stay was all too ,lit* Hoiii-il of County Commissioners 't'
1000 Americans. The in Stock.
were to 15,00045OC( ) >> () ) killed The handsome hustling deputy Always j
short. in mid ""I' \olnxlu county, 1"loi'hia,, to141)eetitilly '
,,. United States is getting even on or wounded. The Japanese in sheriff. H R BraddotJc( of Seville, was / ., .. .. ., .... .,... .......... .:
reiommend .. .
The 0 O Whist Club met at Mrs to the (Governor .; -- '-, -. -, ,. -' -. .. :.:= :.:= :.:=:.:=. .. .: =.
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4 U' her pauper immigrant proposition. trying to take the place, lost place transacting Monday important accompanied business by Thomas at this Fiuney this week and It is unnecessaryto ol: tile btiite of. Floilda" the mime .JI{,..... ..... ::=::= ::=.,, ._......_..... .... ... ... .. .. ,. j

ol' h'. Kmu; for
Hay that nil had a most enjovab appointment an fish
,/ ., more than this number. It wasa Register. time. iiiuT game wuideu lu uiul for Voluulacomity.

sacrifice of human Miss Margaret; Montgomery, one of "rLllon ".- "
i' pre; beings ,
p ":The politics of Colorado l shows the fair flowers of Emporia, who i Is Mm Lewis of Mt Dora, daughter of : iiiutlim the following: bond FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING i
I but both sides fought as. bravely remarkable for her .personal charms Mrs nieffenbach. with her sixter-in-law \\ eiu illumed, .\.. '1'. 1'nttlllo, notary
up as about as corrupt as politics as history)has ever .recorded. was guest of Mrs J A Harper on a shop Mini Lewis, 'are here for a visit to the I. 1'. JiuiicT ItS Justice of tlio pence No. 1.1.
,. 'Use Painter's Simon Pure Special
of the former.
parents ,
Monday afternoon.An
ever get to be In this country. ping tour C'luiH it. Cox. liB justice of the peace;

There are hundreds of1 both 'republicans Many\ Florida people were at epidemic of bad colds and lagrlppe The llaldrlge family consisting of (tJi'o.V./ BlMol clerk of the criminal
\ : of a malignant form is raging in !Mr\ and !Mrs\ Brlilrige Miss Nellie Bald .I\I.t for ifl.wrn;; '1'0\:. IJimly, county under the 1 '.
very All Simon Pure is Shipped
. : and democrats of that Tallahassee this week to atteut this neighborhood Dr George Kerr, riSe Mr Andrew Ualdrlge and Dr Chas Mlii.ii'yur, for !$|;5M;( ). Special

,I State, who should 'be' 'serving the inaugural ceremonies of Gov. who himself is quite sick with rhen- Clifford's children arrived Friday noon flhe l'OI'.I't of the committee ap- Follow,1.
matisin,, is kept bnsy treating the sick of last week. lionlted to investIgate the advisability\ ing Tag. .
terms in penitentiary. Napoleon P. Broward who be- of I
Aliening line Street oil 1'vninsulii,
Last Gao P delivered
Sunday m
aDd p
J K North, a prosperous planter
his administration last Tuesday MMKwIte imytoun, wag received and
gan manufacturer of Dnvn a fine.lecture on the Relation of
Every train coming into the turpentine better Spiritualism to Altruism at liliesMacsy's tile and may the new Governor county and his charming half. llic ileik lustiucteil to advertise SIMON PURE SPECIAL

& .State is' packed with people, have the hearty support of all! and were aunt the admired Mr and guests Mrs J of B their Bradshaw untie similar: one hall next There Sunday.will be another changes, to be uinde for thirty days, ac. MANUFACTURED BY

coming to .Florida to spend the oKling to law. ,
; the people of the State, that his last week. That pretty and accomplished
)' young The Ciliuluul Court bills were eziinlned -
: 'winter or to invest in property administration, may be brilliant That champion timber hauler and lady is the guest of Mrs I Bt: John for: and approved. for $433.18. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER

and to build homes, and every: and useful one to his people. lIe logger, R H Ashley, moved one of his which she entitled to due credit and On motion, the clerk is hereby giuuted JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
4 mule teams up from Lake Helen to her name Is Miss Anders, from the a rt'iniltiltion I for one Wmrunty ,
'section of the'State is feeling the< has been a resident of Floridaall this place Monday and is busy hauling great State of Pennsylvania.Mrs J)ut>d Hook coil one C"Iult.Olalm Deed Materials and Chemicals.
Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing
effect of this influx of immigration. his life, and if a man knows the,timber off the Harper 40 acre peach Harden jf Louisville Ky that Hook,
, orchard clearing. harming young lady who has for On motion, the clerk Is heieby In-
the Florida people and their The people in onr neighborhood have several weeks been the guest of the ,itiiuted to ilruw nurrmit tt'uiiHfeiiiiig GUAUAJ.TEED! ANALYSIS.:!

needs it is he. The retiring sown aud have grown a pretty broad Orange City Hotel, took her departurelast IOU;)() fruni General Revenue Fund to Ammonia nctiial and potential not leas than..2 per cent /
A newspaper writer interestedin week with her uncle, Mr McRae, 'Ine and Forfeiture Fund Dorivpcl (triim Sulphate Ammonia..
small this
; in grain oats,
Governor has done some things; acreage' eto for a two weeks' sojourn at Miami. Die Hoinil 1 thou proceeded to the Potash (K 20)). water.. soluble not lens th n. ....... . ..... . lit( per cent
the welfare of us all declares fall and winter. This means more independence .4el....tlon of GOO Available Phosphoric Acid not less than . .. ........ . .... b per cent
is that The Record 'did not and and more money in the Mrs Elizabeth Rust, with friends, arrived I'pglst..rlll'ot..s duly Insoluble< Phnnpinrlo! Aol that the ordinary siphon potentially could not but hand of the industrious planter. from the North viII the Clyde iniillficMl, to act us jurors for the county Moisture at 212:. Fahrenheit. exceeding. .... ..... ... 8 per cent
more dangerous than approve, upon the The of the Bennett Line on Wednesday morning and will] of Volimlii for the )'''"1'. 1005.On ; Chlorine, not exceeding .. .. ..... ..... .. .. ... ..........
pastor motion the c-f Potash and
whole he has made a successful bOIIl'l'"Iljolll'llI'd to This Fertiliser Is luailelroiu Sulphate of AmmonlnSulpbllte
filled be> the truest of The Trues for a few
which killed church. Rev William Campbell, -
the bomb von S oMixlv. ii. in Jim. 3, moo.Tlie \ ; ssolved lioneblnck, .-
chief executive, and under his bill regular appointment at this place 'fhleve. The Kentucky way of Saturday and Sunday, preaching two hall. all be glad to welcome her back. \
administration the State has hada butted reconvened, nil members
:taking it straight 'may be the wonderful prosperity. most excellent sermons to a large ap- The Misses Harrison gave reception. resent.[) Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida. '

; safest,after all.,. .. preciative congregation both daya. to their numerous friends last Monday 'Hie Jliuiimtin; Maa instructed to call ._,
: ", ,: ---- Mr Mike Neenan of Titusville has night. The elite of the city were therein 11 meeting of tlie board, to be ueld ntUiijtoini Write for Special Cash Discounts. '

: Robert. Baker U. S.. Repre JOHN B. STETSON'S purchased the late Mrs Sarah Under full dress A pleasant hour was Jiiiiiniiy U, luo.'i; to (confer,
.. hills place formerly known us the DKssed when dainty refreshments were \\itn the East Coast Automobile< E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY,
; : sentative frohi New York who largest farm and most delightful placeIn served and all departed desiring many Hoc-liitlou III relation to the completion .

.;; ;. ;.achieved, 'fame by refusing a HAPPIEST DAY Barberville Mr Neenan and family repetitions of the same. of the Diijtoini' and New; I Smyrna< road. JACKSONVILLE..FLORIDA.
moved in and took possession Jan first. On W. 11.
We all bad a fine time at the reception motion McBrIde was
. railroad pass, had an entire train iiiitlioi'l/cil to puicliuse chad for -
Holiday Distribution of Gifts to Cadet Pear Ekrnan quartermastersergt nt the Orange City Hotel last a plow
of cars presented to' him on the of the student of the University of Saturday night. All the society people use In Districts 2 and 3, should he see
.. His Florida Lake were tliufe. They talked and chatted proper. The payment to be made '
3,900 Employees.From at departed Monday -
opening of Congress. The train from here to Clty\\ace to resume Dis and played advertisements and saw the from the funds, apportioned to those' WILLIAM: : KOX MON --f fI

; was made of flowers and rested studies. Misses Eleanor Hagstrom aDd old year out and welcomed the new one. UMrlc-ts. I' ,
.. on the desk before him. the AsBociateiTPress. Pauline Canter also left to take up They danced etc, till o'clock and( Tlie tic-usurer presented, his report
their studies in the young ladies school wished each other a happy New Year for the month of December, together Pealer! in Mew and Second Hand Fu4
. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 87.-Sitting at Cntbbert. Georgia and then went home to prepare for with Ills \books and accounts, wh*;biie I \
: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad on a platform. trimmed with holly before church. \\ cMiinlneil and on motion duly
,. advertises After a hard three days' and nights' "1'1' '1'0\00. DeLand. and Orange City, Fla. I I
: Company an intention a gathering of nearly three thousand -
lorse-back chase and hunt from DeLeon i'lie bnlnccn shown were as follows:
. ; -- to furnish on its dining employees, the founder of the John Springs to Seville by our gritty deputy Port Orange (l.'cnc'iiil I Uext'iiue FUU(1.$7,102, ( .113;; Are you In need and expect to purchase furniture and general household I

: 'cars running from New York to B. Stetson Company looked happy. sheriff J G Cade of West Pierson, he Iloiid tc 'Bridge< I'unil 1. . l04.5j! '\; p goods for your home If so visit either one of my storesDeLandor
When he stepped on the platform he captured Charles Franklin, colored, of Hue A. 1'oifi'ituie Fund . 3J4.25 Orange City-and get my prices and Inspect my Stocks. The Best
Washington the best dollar din- was greeted with tremendous applause. Barberville, Wednesday night of Ins Come out to the Sunday school at the 'Ihe miscellaneous \bills against the Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the goods and the price ,

ner to be had in the United The harmony of the relations week, and Thursday he was arraigned Episcopal church next Sunday. cOIl'ty'el'e!' examined and approved l i will suit you or your money back. I have just the goods you need.
before Magistrate J E Cade's court at The friends of Mrs Briggs regret to timid the cleiU iusti'uctoil to Issue war- I My Second Hand Goods Departments, at both stores are complete
1 States. The waiters are to be between this company and Its employeesis this place on the serious charge of know that she has been quite sick this units tlicnefor.On and some rare Bargains can be had in these departments. I buy and

: heard from though before one based on the recognition of faithful assault with Intent to murder Mr FrtnkPnrdom. week. I motion the boiiul loin-nod I tc sell second hand household goods. Don't forget to give me a call. 4.
service. white, also of Berberville the .
Hist i In
,can foot up the bill. The negro wag bound over in the sum Airs C Chrlstlancy has been quite sick! Monilny. 5 .I'ebnniry. I WM. KOLMON DeLand and Orange City. .
Every true workman takes in
pride for the week but is ,
i of $300( bail for trial in the DeLand past now con .
his skill and in the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.Met -
fact that he Is valescent.
criminal court. Deputy, Cade took him
I Udell wan after Depew' scalp
.,tv. endeavoring to serve his employer to to jail Friday morning. Mrs J L Pattillo left Wednesday for in Reguar Monthly Session
ip New York State, and was the best of his ability. He works for several days visit< to friends in New .
Monday _. ., .. .
Jake Evening. -
Mr and Mrs ,. -
t' \ ,_ about to .get it, when the corpo- something more than the mere wage entertained a number Harper of their delightfully intimate Smyrna and at Coronado -..CC...;.-:.-.-C;......- ......C....:.-.-..... .'_.CCC....;.....:.....;......C....;._._C;...... C. : \

.,tration.;: stepped'Jin' and notified which his labor may represent !TO win friends last Saturday night at a watch Miss May Milburn, one of the pretty The Count School Boitid lepieseiit- t..if\.

1tIi. 'republicans, York the esteem of.the ,employer. th.' recognition night party at their pretty home on and popular teachers of Seabreeze. pent oil by CMiiiliuiiin Chandler: Mr. Caiweyuiul Hi Never Before ((6
, uthe New i Bishop avenue. The residence was very Christmas with home folk Bupc'ilntendeiit) Fish met :Monthly:
.. .... .W 1 State, that, they wantedD'pe'w by him of skill and fidelity in beautifully decorated tor the occasion. HlKht nt 7:30: In the comthotise. Sup- il/ 'm
: the fidelity la the employee, are to a The pleasant evening waa spent in the Capt Fozzard had the post office eilutendunt Fish reported! having
., ''ii their'business and he must be large extent the inspirational elements enjoyment of some good; old cracker building treated to a new coat of paint ihtiwii\ win-runts for teachers' saliuleson i.\\\ Have we carried a more. w

.,;rtained in the .Senate of the to which a continuous career of faitbfnl songs and games, an old custom in the Mr Wm Johnson doing the work. iJvceuiber\ 2U /t) Complete Stock of (,fyfi
loath. The old was watched out Mrs and Wayne :Mus.: J. II Mveras; "
., service be ascribed. Mr. Stetson year Harry Sargent are glvc-n per- m m
United States and Mr.
Depew may to the accompaniment of splendid! sing np for a few days with home folk, while illusion. to putioiiUe the Daytona
4 '".,vJl., .be returned. long ago; ,discovered this simple truth Ing and music and the New Year Harry makes a trip to Banana River; ,hool.. FURNITURE (, -
and for haa averted difficulties welcomed In a joyous, happy The of
many years manner A term the colored school at m /fiI
\ flinch
; .,.' In, the. countries' of Europe with his employees ,by Its faithful he The old party year broke and up the just beginning at the close of the of ant week by the Misses party Carter was at given their Stetson', was to mine extended the one funds month for, theI'ttti'ong expenses. :- Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best 1""

application. He bas won their confidence handsome home on North Ridgewood. that la made. We want to take yon through this depart-
1899 669 children to each \
during .,, of You will find the want and i""
by proving each year that he is new.A of I ment our Store roods you
Wesley Johnson Daytona here I'he
charming pass time over a mile a was siiperlntemlent repoitetl Inning
100,000; persons were entertained personally interested not only in the minute was the time and speed of the his week visiting his mother's family. IItll'll
re in the municipal, holiday colonies character of their work in his factory music and dancing! at the most pleasant !Mrs Johnson and the little girl accompanied lIeu III JncUsoin. m CAN'T DUPLICATED !'I',

: and given the benefit of hot: in their morals and their aspira Rod successful last Leap Year gathering him. The t-oloieil school In Daytona wall ,, f
tions. and dance, given at the beautiful J C Miss Caroline McDaniel ia not j.\'h'ell\ a new inlnclpiil to fill/ the ."-"."-" "-"-"-"--"h
rapidly recovering -
.p 'healthful out door; life' during Tbey ,have steady work and roodwages. Robinson Hall in Seville Friday eve from her recent full; in which l>lnce of '1'. S HaiiUIns, ileveased. It \being ., ., I'.

periods ranging from three days and every' faithful employee;, re- ing, Dee 80. From early evening/ until she had the misfortune to Cluck the decided that the four teachers !, Undertakers and Embalmers !, ,
nearly the 31 was the Hall gay with bone of her left arm. now employed could finish the term.
to1&Bniatiinoiiths.' This ,4I i ip a ceivea recognition and the rewardto light and bright with fun. laughter and The lenlKiintlon/ of :MIsg Florence .

l ., '::/charity that'appeals', 'to.eVery one yrhloh. he is entitled. merry conversation music and dancing. Miss Fair and Miss< Maay, after a (Seiner/ of the DeLund Grammar W" Full Line, Qi Fine Goods W"
A specially selected of pleasant rest at home. returned to ,
the women this year, in one depart program string I'1cllool.! was read lint! accepted. hand. '
and appears to have advantages' uaent were paid ton per cent of their and music came up from DeLand for Sebastian !Monday to resume school I Snpeiliiteiiilent' Fish wits given !, Always on !'I',
the occasion.: Those attending from duties for the spring term.J ,
i'iler for .desks for the DeLnnil
6ver the giving: of evening gowns school. ,
e.rnIDjI; ,This amounted to ten ,
\\00 over, this place were onr hustling merchant
L Futtillo has been put In charge oftbe Die lioiiid met iiKnin Tuesday morn
'* .' .,."l Jto; .. heol.w..shwoma.n". and opera thousand dollars.' Some- of the men in J A Harper and wife, David Bradshaw work of the M B church South attbis lug' nnd reorganized: for the coming J. ALLEN & CO.em

and Miss
'! :. twenty' per cent'of' their earnings, or per> Margaret Montgomery, will conduct services here next Sunday \>er pioHontliiK' their comnil BlolI The

? ".. '. Vi '" fI 'Ohristmas.'W(. ..I ''. .".. ., more, than twer.' -four thousand! dol- and iookley Mr of Floyd Emporia.P Felt and MltM Ada uorning. irst loiulny In each month wag ninile' .JI{'_, _,_ .-.....- ......-................-.... .-...............C....;.-.....-.C....:. -:-. \I'
.dri..c..f,. ,.,i4 _' ....1' .Ii"'" "N lam, Amounts i varying frpm 'fate: to Rev Chrlaler. conducted the memorial tilt regular meeting lay
1/. -JW. .. weeds'of the : Capt D F Morrison, the upright The school at Tomoka was ordered
i. : .rll.'I.1i.nree services of Mrs Jos Morford in the Con
(20( in gpld to hundreds of
were paid/ hustling naval stores manufacturer of I'Hrontlmied' iw the necessary average ,
11 short' session of Oongress have gregational church last Sunday morn-
employees tor faithful service. About Turpentine City and his family are enjoying ot attendance wag not being made
: ,:J!, ','heefi busy! ,\ones.:..It IB, likely I there arty gold watches were distributed and .a pleasant New Year visit from ed Inl{the Quite service.! a congregation attend- Tlie Tiensurer'g books were present-

;? : .will be"no-more talk of an extra BOrne received a watch and chain and their son Lawrence, a reliable. memberof ell, nudi toil and foinul correct. New I TEE w. BOND. co f
f$ : : the United States navy, who has J SLotlels, the popular representative" illlg' were examined anil ordered pnlil, "
'",, ",w session next spring. Impeach wentT; dollar in gold.' Some were been serving as second class yeoman of 1 a Jacksonville house spent part of ii nil olil warrants cancelled. 2 *

",. ..\ i et'proceedins.aaint' a Fed. given five shares of common stock of clerk in the paymaster's office at Mares two days in town this week selling Board adjourned 1 to meet .first MonIny Manufacturers of .
: ; Island, near San Francisco, for the past Fozzard fine lot In _.
teJobn;). B.: .HtetAon.! Company; 'valued Capt a of new dry < February jl M.M J JS
4- erat Judge have. been inaugurate seven months. Yeoman Morrison is
'ft: on goods and notions.
.it aesrlj'one thousand and .
ed:9.:! It'la demonstrated that'the': ; dollars. 15 days leave of absence to visit his Orange Box Materialj'Pjneapplfr.Crates;: Peach 2
"r'l. >tb r> hares, in a building and loan
Our Commissions
0" parents and he at the same time received jovial County : '
)jo" .feepublicans' wilt \nail probability Hwooiation., ,n transfer from there to the pay Tom Murray of New Smyrna wan in | Crates, Orange aind reach Baskets traw- 5

"! ::;tj '1Y' : not'revise.. the.tariff. Two'appropriation These gifts are valued by the employees ma ter'a' office at the Norfolk navy town this week. His daughter ao- Baskets ,v"
yard where he will report about Jan companied him and spent several days S berry efc. J .
because '
: bills they are symbols of with her Miss Caroline ,
? werepassed'byvthe ;; 8th On his journey across the continent aunt McDaniel.

4h J'r'j.:. :lJ' '., liouae: : I'aiid: one.by.the Senate those wrsonal for interest whom they in them woik.on the part of San Antonio home he spent Texas,bis arriving Christmas here in Rollle aDd Fred Johnson's; new launch I Orders Filled* .Proni'gl7rancr'hipped 1 $ AnyJ J

t. vand'a House Phillipine .bill_ pass Every married man was given a Tuesday morning of last week. He the Yale, dipped her nose in the placidwater where. S v
of the Halifax for' the first time ; _
Thursday at this his
kred the Senate turkey, about twelve hundred being spent among
\7.H .. beet. Friday af turnoon.' A more jt ,
grace. *
former friends and school chums Law.
.. llstribnted in thin S
'O ;It. : -
; ""' : r way. rence ,A model sober young man and ful craft has not been seen in this port ; Address 2I
.r'7t' ,It'Florida should continue to Mr. Stetson is loved by his employees.benae' These young men are being heartily
.. \ ha is the happy possessor of those good "THE..W. BOND 0. *
S they know that his greatest qualities which go to make a. true congratulated upon their' success, in I
:' ;r 1!,*.Pow..hoold.eontinue. ...to'vrosper. happiness consists,, not in making gentleman and soldier; these gifts the building sncb pretty boat. '!'hot Yale : .,. I
': oflLe1text t 1.- th. 'h') richest banded down from Ie 26 feet long, and six feet wide, with a S eke. Helen.. '.Fla. -
: ( legacy
:4P;: :, \ ;$ ,n.'yea !t as >roflts, but in the Judicious expenditureif ever 4 H: P Demooy engine and made a speed .A. ..*
father to son. He la also handsome in -p : AI
': fe 1'f\\i: \ :d1lJ'1I1gthe.11"8t half,.deead., she those profits In thft. unccesnfnl con- of eight miles per hour on her trial trip.
'-\ and ttlluan08 .of the enterprise Jn which person and soldierly looking, and punctual '..................................;.......:.................... ... JK t''
\Lr:: \. j#::*)ffin. be: a. great State a. gr*. just like father Caot D F Morrison. The wedding bell* have been ringing :

: .v %txpiilatotFrwill! : ,, ;be, withio,, n e" they 'themselves are Interested and in .. -- and are soon to ring again. At high
'V; ith r -.nterpri_ whlcb meaD happy Lake Helen. noon on last Saturday Miss Uarda. John-
,' r borderll. (Japitalls fast develop- mil prosperaa homfts for thousands.., ..' on, dangnter of Mr and .Mr Oust Something Inspiring' BOND LUMBER "COMPAM'P.' *

;" 'iiM'r! fddd n-Ij:: o rcel, her Second Vice-President; Cummings, ohuson of this place was married to

,' cI.u) tural Ie. *ho had'cWge of, the distribution 1 of A party of seven from Gambler, Mr Lee L Fread of Iowa, Rev C M Bing- can be playwl on an Instrument whlcl it
lt1u'a1 Will quote you prices and supply.foa.: from their yards near the depot Del-,
,d J. Ohio are stopping with JUrs Mile.. bam of Daytona offlcinting.; Miss John possesses harmonious qnalitiea., .but the .
." *t ...xce cf t.. mOlt tbe earning and gifts,. said that the School after wh.ttbe son was reared here and is loved by R11wbo beat musician cannot produce ,perfect with th, 'best cypress and yellow pine
opened on Monday!
1 '! ft 'ot""" i work done la,the factory this year was children call short know her for her many womanly music from an Inferior Instrument!, lumber '
Wiiite eipeet peO a vacationof Flooring Ceiling
very Mouldings Turnings
1. .'. above lh.averager In a few appropriate week. grace Mr Fread i* a winter visitor to ,, ,
only one '
', &D":1it'd'; 166m I"U1.th! e werda he" gave. .certain ones special mr city. and Is to be heartily' congratulated .
"' isla' 'mo8tNpromfing credit for doing good; work and presentd -I The Week of Prayer will be observed' upon winning the heart and hand All Musical Instruments SHINGLES- LATH ETC
.sture, S : one them with special gifts.' A numberif hero, meetings. being; held each night of' Miss Johnson, The host of friends 5- All Lumber. Building and Fire' Brick In
r- r : 'people iLre''o..t .of'debt,- they the employee. who bad made a particularly this week at; the Baptist oh n-red,, of' these good people wish for them an tested and V'omptly deltvere4anytliere, thDON'T
old here thoroughly are
... announced overflowing measure of happiness., Mr are
good record by \
/ 'tJw.i BMW nwaey"; n"the, ,banks Our palma and roses are showing the and Mrs Fread.left on the afternoon guaranteed in particular.
1J1.... Mr. Cummings, were hearriljn. Mpp'snd-f eftVcts of much Old weather, bat the every
,,*p1" :, ..... .v.* ; had, 'and lid' by their fellow employe. Mr. 'I yellow jassmlne so bloom through ll alLTh train to visit points of" .interest along 8W' 'b'wrk
,v'If '' Cummings finIshed his; two' hours' pork' the lower East Coast: In the spring : >: ;

(. '... 1;". !$' happy, 'contented. .. ..... b t wishing all on .behalf of Mr. Stetson I IJ :many" friend' of Mr B Nelson I Mr Freed will carry. his happy bride.to Havens.Block. ,.D Land ; ;
pI &the company, a merry. Christmas.,. Blake wUl be sorry to hear that hole Iowa to spend the! summer. .. ,
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Fresh Garden Seeds at G. W. Fisher I' Beautiful= new Japanese China. goods EJ :;/
I LOCAL SYNOPSIS.YSYNOPSfIIS.. ,just received at Brill's. j/:
new New hosiery.writing papers at Brill' Also I[ Seasoned oak wood; for aale.; ,r'Apply: FOUNTAIN'S Clotliing,, Fomisfiin'and _$Slioe Stose. %1,

to C. C. Fanning, the ioa man.
THE UI1>081' '" New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at .
O. W. Fisher's. Judge Stewart: ships) .about'2000 boxesof '
t.'t t.
THE PAST WKEE. The city council holds Its first 1905 oranges from his several !groves.' ; Walk Overs

--= Year Greetings ? session Monday night next:: Q CO:: Walter Burgess baa returned from a
1'.0..1..d .uototy.Itrau tie tb* _p.. '
justness down the East Coast.
President Holly of Stetson returned trip ,
Paper..Brief Mention'., r*.. at from the North the first of the week. Mr. T. M. Aldrldge, merchant at '' 'New tine 'i905

... by> ..? B.portr. Miss Lois Davis is back from Osteen, Grange City, was a ;visitor to DeLand Oxfords'; .
where she spent the holidays with her Saturday.
W. S. Denitst.
Taylor, mother. The carnival, made a stay of two Black andRusset
From G. A. Dreka & Co. \ New school stationery at Brill's.Every ,
Dan Blackwelder wa at the county weeks lit iDoLand. They go from here L oj
train In the tourists. ,
brings seat the first of the week from the to Tampa. '

r.IMtollettei Remedies at Allen's. north end.Aaother. School Superintendent Fish will visit '* '

The Turner House la putting them on cold snap visited us this! I the schools of the north end today and .. '1 i,

oota. week bat not cold enough to injure tomorrow.A Best Ladies Shoes \

Y 1 d.: 7., Never before in the history of the Fisher bus the school books and school anything few St. Johns shad are in market, ... (

i supplied. Mrs. Hunt and Miss Gertrude West- but the price Is out of sight, '75 cents 'N'N. BestChidleren 'fi i ..-'

firm of G. A. Dreka & Co., have they Silas B. Wright, Jr., spent the punt lake were Lake. Helen shoppers in town for a medium sized one. '
f- j week In Jacksonville.: The Hodgkin sugar mill ia yet busy h' Shoes at :'It
Alfred Howard, now bookkeeping
done such an unprecedented businessas Colyer baa a few unbroken hones. working up the crops of Japanese "
for a firm at Palatka, spent the holidays Si!
the Season. J Hast be sold at your price at DeLand with his family.Mr. sugar cane about DeLand. ing, Furnishings and Shoe Store :
during past Holiday
The John B. Stetson began
See Colyer's hones at Cannons'stables. University
( E. L. Pows
and Mrs.
its winter last 1 C!7)B B 8:m B 8 H.8 H '
Some fancy drivers the Cranford Club: the husbands attending term Wednesday B B-1tB-B: B B m f fAn

For this, and the support of the I Mrs. >f ynard Bond was a Lake Wednesday evening with quite an enrollment of new --- -- -- -----
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Helen visitor to DeLan.l Tuesday. Judge Jones and family returned students. Important meeting of the U D. C
past twenty-six years, they wish to Mr. John D, Hnbbard weal at the from Titnaville the first of the week. Messrs. Bielby, Perkins, Gross and will be held Monday. afternoon, 9th, at I Toning.:

county seat from Lake Helen Monday. They spent the holiday vacation there.. Wllmhnrst have lots of fruit to ship yet the home of Mra. W. C. Watts. The Wade, the Tuner.will make his round
their and It from their groves out in the San Domingo in DeLand the second week In January;
hearty appreciation Mrs. Weaver arrived fromIndl.a.
express Orange growers are giving the trees I Mr. asp Grant. meeting will be called to order at 2.ilU probably the last ronnd during the
.. to the winter o'clock and all members are (
Friday, spend requested winter season Orders loft at Mrs;
the best of for full bloom next t
extend their friends and care a The Cairns launch has been sold to a to be present.-Secretary. *
to many cus- with their daughter, Mm. Cary l>. I Swift's will.be attended to' J2-8l-at
month. Landls. New York party, and was shipped

tomers well to the entire Mm. Judge McCrory went to Daytona of the DeLand North via Clyde Line the latter part of - .
as as community Principal Hnlvey High the week. SPECIAL NOTICE --- -
t Friday to vfsit Rev. and Mrs. J. E.
School returned Sunday from middle --- ---- -
Mr. T. E. Ecclea repaired the furnace
i their best wishes for much Micklcr. Florida, where be spent the holiday and heating pipes at the DeLand High The next visit of V. H. VOORHIS,

Colyer hat several family broken vacation, School building during the holiday DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA

happiness and prosperity during the hones sound and gentle, not afraid of Mr. and Mrs. George Cleft and dangh- avcation. THE iI i Dentist,

f anything. ter Miss Anna are a Philadelphia party Dr. Foster preached at the Presbyterian I .

. coming year. *> Manager Johnston of the Painter having rooms at The College Arms for church last Sunday:!, being his Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat Surgeon, Gross Block, DeLand, Fla.

Printing Co., left Tuesday on a business the season first sermon. He and Mrs. Foster are to DeLand will be Hours: 8 80 to 12 and 1.30 to 4
located at the Putnam for the winter. Jan. 7
Watch for future announcementin trip to MiamiMr. City Marshal Stevenson has a notice Saturday,
John H. Mathie, of Camden, N. Lou Knowles, a former DeLand boy,
elsewhere in this issue of The Record in .
in business In -- -
now Georgia spent -- = = = =
up ------ -- --- --- -
this space. J., Is a prominent season guest at The reference to dog tax. to which your the holiday here with his father and'

College Arms. attention is called. sisters and meeting", his DeLand friends [ !

The Seminole Co's factory ia about The family of Hon. T. C. Search, who Mrs. Sadie Baker and Miss Alice

ready to start up converting cassava have been at The College Arms since Williams arrived from New Jersey the! J. H. PAXTO

root into starch. their arrival from Philadelphia are latter part of the week and have roomsat ,

Mrs. J. L. True and a number from now occupying the Monroe House Mr. and 1\\[". PattlMon, East Indiana. .

G. A. DREKA & CO.. her boarding house at Orange City were Contractor Cairns has a large force of Ave.? for the winter. Cleaveland Block, DeLand.
in town Monday.Mr. Lost-A White Mare about 8 years
at work on the brick veneered store ,
men old. scar on right four leg. scars on
W. C. Cannous returned the at Lake Helen for Messrs Bond and back caused from saddle. Suitable reward ....11.,111..1.1.111..11..1.1 I
latter part of the week from a businesstip Hough. The sandstone brick is used. for her return. Phone or wire S.

Ha down the East Coast. A deaf and dumb white boy, from V, Hough, DeLand, Fla. Fresh Packed Goods, I

li.tiiAt. Mr. W. A. Allen, who spent the holidays Tampa plead guilty before Judge Mr. Geo. W. Bristol left the latter

A '-%. g} at home with his family, returned Stewart Monday of carrying concealed part the island of the week of Jamaica.for a trip to During Cuba and his The Best in the Market.
The court suspended sentence.
to Fentacola last Sunday. wuapona
absence Mr J. Hall Brnmsey is die

Tax Assessor Sam Wilson was here Miss Spaulding and others from the charging, the duties as clerk of tbe
criminal court I am now receiving and opening!;( my Fresh Packed. Canned
from Jacksonville the first of the week Baptist church go\ to Jacksonville todayto
-I \. Goods of every description, all from standard houses which
attend the annual State conventionof Mr. Charles Willisou conductor I
looking after! his DeLand business. now
send standard articles and if
the Woman's Work of that chun-h. on the main line of the A. C. L was at only ( not as representedyour
Mrs George Benedict of Chicago, is DeLand the latter part of the week. money back Canned Fruits and Vegetable carefully
Sadie Skinner and Mr. Frank
a The Arms. at The College Arm. for the winter. Miss Mrs. W and the children spent the selected and of the 19)4)() gather
College of the Painter Printing Co., returned -
Her daughter( is a student at Stetson Faber holidays with Ex.Mayor and hire Fish,
Saturday( from Avon Park Mrs Willibon's parents,
A Fresh Line of Cereals
Miss Maria R. Warriner of Pittsfleld I
where the holidays with Mr. I ,
they spent Mr. D. A. Colyer, who has a car load
Mass., is at The College Arms. This le Pabor's. parents) of fine horses for sale at Cannons', I
her third Breakfast Foods, Biscusts Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right!; ,
season at this famous winter Mrs J. W. Narcross of Boston, at tables, is the brother-in-law of Mr. G. ,
DeLAND., FLORIDA resort D Jackson His horses are all fine I from the Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected I
for the hasher
Mrs. Scott Hodgklns, wtto has been The College Arms season Missouri stock, and parties who want for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.
daughter/ together with Misses a good horse should see this lot at once.

'1 Opens for Guests December 20 seriously la. The Record ill for I.the pleased past to week note or, much two Prescott the and Stetson Beds, also University.The of Boston. attending Mr. D. E, Miner of Tbe College My Line of Fancy Groceries i

Improved. Arms, keeper of the hotel golf grounds,
r- M E. Church South has the In fine and
ladies of the grounds now shape
Will be found complete, and.1 no better goods of) a higher!; i
Lne Oim Gong is bovine considerable evening at parties are out every day making fine / !
IL d D[to A. "" ::.ot'the of JOHN Q. HOLLAND. rent estate out in his section. He has gave a reception Mrs.Thursday W. C. Watta for scores. Mr. Miner is a professional golf standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,
management recently acquired the Dr. Lancaster the home of player. The grounds are open to all I and I want you to call and inspect these goods 1 oll'er to the

at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE homestead. members meet the new of the pastor church Rev.and Honiker.friends to visitors and residents.MX. people, give me un order and you will continue to have the

D. F Morrison and his Law 1
son goods thereafter sent to home.
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack Many of the University students returned The young people had a delightful rence were at DeLand from the north your

Mountains.) For rates and other informa- from their holiday vacation the time at the dance given by the Social end the first of the week. Lawrence 1 is Honest Goods, Full WeIght,Careful Attention, Prompt Delivery
first of the week to resume their studies in the Navy, stationed at present at
tion apply, before,November 15, to Mr Holland, at that institution. Club at the Putnam last Friday night.A Norfolk, and bears a fine record from
large number were out, a number Uncle Sam. He Is off on a holiday vaca- J. I H. PAXTON.
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. County Commissioner Brooke was from Orange City and Lake Helen. tion visiting his parents Phone 7f
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here from Oateen the first of the week D. A. of Missouri\ has ,
HOLLAND. can be addressed at Misses Frances and Marguerite Flanders Colyer, Butler -- ----- -- --
In attendance at the regular monthly were over from Port Orange just arrived with a car load of good
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'ft meeting of the board. horses, sadalere, drivers and general
during the holidays visiting DeLand horse Prices from ...:..;;;: .:.;:a.-. . .t I
COLLEGE "The Oaks" is doing the best businesssince purpose seventy- tf'if ...,'..., .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ... -..'. .
t THE ARMS friends Their mother Mrs Chrlsttancy five dollars up as high aa a tree. These I
it has/ been under its present was suddenly taken seriously .ill, which horses must have homes. Come at once I t .

, \ DeLand, Florida management. It is full every season. called. them home last week. and get first choice. See horses at W. School I Books HiHi.
in C. Cannons' stable, DeLand, Fla.
They ar now cottages.County Mr. J. D. Sprake, who bought the f ;
The DeLand Naval Stores Company J.1
1 Commissioner McBride and Holbrook] orange trove last spring, baa is beginning operation on an extensive It'r J i

School Commissioner Causey came m sold it to Lue Glm Gong. It is one of scale. It has about 200,000 pines already m AND dim
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-- from Seville Monday to attend the the best groves in the section and will boxed. Bon D. B. Paxton, the pioneer W.

FOR SALE-Thoroughbred White Mr. Dawson Brown was/ at the county January session of their boards. put on a big crop of fruit this year. It in the naval stores buaines in this sec

";. Leghorn cockerels, seven months old, seat Tuesday from the'north end' bad several.cars of fruit the past year. thou of the State, is the company'amanager School tU;;
$1.60. Eggs for hatching (1 per dozen Found-A lady's jacket on DeLand and one of tbe stockholders (W Supplies
I\. Tbroop Poultry Farm, Enterprise, Fla. - -- -- ---- -- Orange City shell.road, in Orange City! Judge and Mra. W. B. Hollingswortb and makes everything hustle wherever m --- .. '
SpecialMaster's Sale. of Fayetteville Ga., are spending a few he is at. H'
---- ------ December 20th. Owner can get same
I Insure with us. Under and by authority of a decree 01 days with Dr. Davis and family. Judge --- m ___ __ W 1
to T. M.
r foreclosure and isle ia the 7lb Jucllulu by applying Aldridge, Orange Hollingsworth is one of the youngest --'AT'
Now Is the time Circuit of F'orliln' In ;and fur Voluula City. judges in the South and Is also cashierof m ill ;

County, In Chancery, In a cause tbereh Lots of people are registering The one of tbe leading banks of Georgia. AL.L.THE Q If\, HiHi. ;
\ Spot cash for losses. pending wherein W. H. Hottinuu U com
\ pluloant and Albert Turner Carr V. College Arms. There are nearly one Parties who wish fine pine or cypress : f G.v. FISHER'S
U should be protected. Turner, hi. wife; Stephen H. Turner.' Mary hundred there now for the season, and lands will have an opportunity to get it n. w n.w n. J" 'UwW.A.ALLENIGOQ '
Turner, bis wife; Mathew A. Turner; Alice at February' Sheriff' Sale-the Ropes '

!f D you Insured? L.Anna Turner A. Turner his wife heirs; Joana at P.law McLeod of Win and K. la Manager a few weeks.Holland will have a full house lands advertised for sale to satisfy the At St. Baruabas. \ ._.c._:.=_:..:=_:..:=_:.:._.=:.:.:_:.:.c._:.=_:.:.=_:.:._.:_:.:.=_:.:.:_:.:._._.=_:.:.- .

reliable. Turner deceased.defendants. I win sell I judgment of Judge !Stewart Among St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Jan.
Every company at pUbllo outcry to tbe behest and b.st As required by law. Tax Collector the land art! some heavily, timbered 8th First Sunday after Epiphany. : 10 n. -
I J bidder fur casb, at the front door of tbe Perkins Smith has his books open at the cypress. m. Sunday school; 11 a. m. chcra
When does your policy expire? Court house iu the city of DeLund In nail service with sermon. .
Year's off at De. '
court New quietly
uonnty, and state during tbe leicnl, I bourn house during the present month passed
{ |Is jour policy In force? of sale on Monday.February !S) b, A. D HOJ for the purpose of issuing tax receiptsto Land. The bank was closed! for the services! at tbe Catholic Church.
f being the lint Monday In said mouth al day and the postofQce holiday
Telephone number sixteen. the following described, tract or parcel of all who wish them. hours The day was more like summer Mass every Sunday until further
land situate nod being in Voluola County Considerable real estate has changed than a winter day, in fact it was an notice at 11 a. m. sermon during mass Druggists and Jewelers. 7
|HON INSURANCE AGENCY. Honda, known and described aa follow i hands far DeLand this Ideal day. The mercury was up in the Evening service at 7:80; lecture on
at wlnt..r.and
so ,
Beginning at stake at tbe south
wo-t nor 70'a part of the day. Catholic doctrine. All questions on
ner of the lot known as the Hruntloy lot of It will before
more change same answered. Mass on week days at "
j U will find us at and running In an easterly direction on the The following officers of the Epworth Dru s,
i spring. Never a better time to buy 7 a. m. All are cordially invited
south boundary ot tbe
Urantie lot hundred
one League o(the M. E. Church South have Stationery
I Stetson and DeLand. and live feet to theaoutbeaat" corner Florida or DeLand property. been elected for the ensuing year: President M. J. CURLEY, ,
or said Brantley lot and from thence In a Pastor Huyler's Candies, '. *
southerly' direction one hundred find live County Commissioners Thomas L J. A Stitb: first V-P Miss Frances
I J JI 'feet,and from thence In* westerly direction Rodgers and Thomas J. Murray, and Houchelle; second V-P, Mrs Judge Mo- Kodak Supplies, '. | f
paralelled with the Mjuth b"aindary of.ald Crory; third V-P, Mrs. W. C. Watts; At the Preshjterlan Church. Florida Souvenirs I' 1
FOR SALE. llrnutley lot one hundred and twenty feet' School Commissioner Knappe came over Secretary, Chas. McCrory; Treasurer Regular services at the Presbyterianchurch i
lo tile bank of the river more or tans. ant from the coast Monday to attend the, Hayea Fanning. Snnday. Tbe subject of Dr. Toilet Requisites,
from thence along' the eas bank of the
One bed-room lobiis river In a northerly direction to start. January meeting of their board. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. Foster's morning discourse will be Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies +
T complete Inx) I'Olnt, said lot being a part of south half Mr. Alex Longdon and family are U. will be held at 2 o'clock at the Christian hThA Untrodden Path. Evening service

suit.......... ... ... .$20.00. of the northwest quarter of section 89,town moving into the Christian church church next Thursday afternoon. 780: subject "The Call of God. Clocks, : x
t ablp lo and range 28 containing) one quar Miss Neal will finish her report of Strangers are cordially Invited to attend Jewelry, .
One nice desk.u.. 12.00. tar of an acre more or less; alvotbe lot ly. parsonage. Alex proposes to again become National Convention Superintendentsand these cervices '

( One side saddle..... 5.00. Ing Bounded north of the the above uorrn-by described: lot owned us follows l : a citizen of DeLand, and will en officers will make their annual re Services at the First M. E. Church.At Silverware, 'iit 'j

) One lot 1-2 with seph Underbill, on tbe east by land blool- gage in some kind of business here. ports. New Superintendents will be Cut Glass ,
27 acres, Ing. 10 R. S. Dillard, on ton south bv tbe appointed. All are Invited.I. the Firs) M. E. cnurch next Snn Goods h
acre i boxes fruit for described bind 01 Wm. Mrs. Watson, who has been visitingher the Pastor will 11 Optical ,
5 grove, oo gon H! K. Turner day preach at a. m.
trees I and un tbe west by the St. Johns river, bo.J mother Mrs. Burgess returned to S. Hsnkins, for several years principal and 7.30:: p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. h, Fountain? ,, Pens,;Etc.
DeLand school
on rom of ths colored thepast 7 t
; 5 cottage. J Ing 28ea.t( a part of section :JO. township 15/ range her North Carolina home the first ,of two principal of the Daytona in., Junior League at a p. m.; Epworth
containing one quer.eri.fan years
, S. M. Morse, I more or less, together with sit and singular acre the week. Her sister Miss Mattie accompanied colored school, died of pneumoniaat League 6:43. T.at Prayer) All meeting Wednesday invited NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
night at : are cordially
the tenements. thereun o belonging. her as far ae Jacksonville. Daytona last week. The deceased to these services.l ...
Orange City.Fla. I J, LVK. !; Mct'UORY, held a first grade certificate to teach .
Special! Muster The Ladies Society of the Presbyterian was a negro advanced in studies, and -
I. church will hold a reception at was in the prime of life. He was doing Dog/ License Notice. __
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I the manse tonight, Friday, for members I a good work among his people, and I am now ready to issue dog tax t
I FlfihEitf Fe'ait ta MFMt PbFae iiitfFFFIr1rFrriit ieaaFeiFFit rt ot the church friends was/ one of the best and most learned licenses and collars for the year 1909.
t I W bud ,to meet Dr. educators of his race in the State. Parties owning dogs and neglecting or NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY
'" Foster
Ar6' looking i'orus? new minister, and Mrs. Mr. W. O. Cannons hal closed an important refusing t? procure license for same can

Foster. real estate deal with Mr. Henry expect their dogs to be killed, aa I propose Mapes' Famous .
YES! fd News was received last week of the M. Flagler, the land iasitnated this side to strictly enforce the ordinance in 13FRUITS
MS' which is known relation to taxes on dogs. 'Yoor prompt
Orange City on Is what
: death
= of Mrs. G. H. Watts, at her as the Cannons Shell Pit. No particulars attention is requeseedHuray. .. AND VINE :4

= M Kentucky home. She and her husband are given oat as to Mr. Flaglei's STEVENSON, .... ..

y We are looking for all who seek the were for awhile residents of DeLand a intentions, but the Orange City people Marshal of DeLand. For Next ..Ye r's Crop of Fruit. .... +
few years ago./ She wee a slater-ln law should try to get him to build a fine -
; )ELECTABLE CHOCOLATES AND i of Mr. W. C. Watts.M hotel there, where the finest medicine) Card of Thanks.
,pnf the Tree oondition'W'ta.ough
\' f..us.J water In the world can be bud. As soon It will Orange In splendid i go
BON BONS. :: ,. and Mrs. A. J. Farris of Virginia as the great virtue of this water is I take this method of thanking the the winter and to pat on an immense bloom anotheryear. '
spent the holidays with his brother Dr. known thousands of Northern people people for their extreme kindness during Inspect the line and '
appearance1 splendid condition
our- = of M'
Never before has recent affliction, i
stock been
will flock there to it1 my
so complete simply use
as C. B. Farris Mr. Farris I. at the head'of trees, and the nil whero : ..
Tea crop, )fAPE5' has been ased
: it ii all tS.. B.: C. -
W to-day; of the daintiest Sweetmeats to be ; two papers up in Virginiaand Is Mrs. J. B. Jordan now has rooms at Eyckv

.=.. had from the finest marts ._ =: doing a great work for the development Mrs. D. B. Harvroves', Marsh' Meat Atari"* IT NEVER FAILS OF'SPLBN'DIO'RESULtS '. l
'r: Largest lot high grade Marsh Mallows.]] Barain in -.. -. ,
\ = of his section of the State. .
them. Worth 50cta. pound ; will sell for II' Start The New Year Bight. The very best We*"*? and Florida For Prices. eta, see or write- ,.'
oe at the
Mr. Z. T. Williams, for meats can alws- MarshMarketvTwchoicest ,
1purcha.ing. at SOcts. : ., :; many years a By buying the beat meats, and for the Routs, Steaks. ,
resident of Oak Hill, was adjudged insane least money. C os-s fleet, Mutton and Pork, Sausage E., L. POWE, Agent, '

FUDGER'5 PALACE' OF SWEETS.H' before Judge McCrory last week, ,a. The standard packed meats on
i = and has been sent to the asylum for the White hand Try Marsh's Market and get the 'DeLandtiodda.. < .

't- insane at Chattahoochee, making' the TUB MARKPhone J best for yon horn .....
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I "... .,... "..,..t..t"" ,,,.,,.. ...... j.' second time. he has been sent there. .Ate 'P.k.-* ,Rai 1RQTIUia"! .

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,: ] n n1. : AN.v9TteWa., .. Notice of Final DIscharge. Notice of Section Application 8 of Chapter for Tax 4888 Deed, Lawsof 'Under \

J h 1 paierIsSdll.t << {,'Durlne'a trip,which: took {throocb Notice is hereby given that six months Florida. u" I ATLANTIC

the Wart Indies several |:y4 s ago" after datel"'I'' on the 8th day "February Notice l Is given MmtJ. 0018'TLIN
: sold a travel.r "I saw a eight In on* 1001I. to Hon. J Lee MoOrory( hereby 1.'FIt

of the villages which brought,the old County Judge of Volusla County, Florida, the puruhaaor Mud otT.x.'rltoat. No WOOI baa, Died "
for' flnal a. Admla..lr.'oroltII. Tbe Great ida
; ,s: luiptjrerlrjhetl noil, like impov- my: discharge aid certificate In olllce and has made
c proverb 'Necessity Is thf)another of CHtate of Martha J. Banta. iteueasod, my (Issue rughf
11 i emlieil blood ,jaeeda a Invention,'. forcibly to me,:?mind. In 'J. :,. BANTA' application far lax deed to In aooord. l
"rr,;,, ; proper Administrator slice with law. Bald oertlfloate embrace ;
th. front of on* of the boos*, on a the following ; '
: ti1i7CI". A chemint by analyzing AngustB, 1004Executrix delrJb prperI1\.ltyt|'
I' i ,(SI. : vraada stood -tJor who** bntnss. In Voluola Guaty.

: : 4 lii- soil can tell you Mliutfoitllizrr It was to keep, the time for.U>4 Tillage Notice. Lot 15, 10. 17, 18, blo'2, Emporla To East 1\ THE ATLANTIC Charleston R

by means of a prlmltlv,,. dgll1l111. 'T.bald land at I the date Potash asNecessaryasRahi the > mond and WaeUngton.I
: 't t6 for different J
: use Two bottle were firmly tied together Notice Is hereby given' that the under.lgnA,1 Issuance, of snob oerltlo.t In tbe ,

t \ )"i'6duets} month to month and fixed In a,wooden .Estate has Jeremiah qualified! MoGrath a* the.Executrix and all orrdltors ofthr. tlnjate name I of shall Napoleon be redeemed P according. to dl:' cops The/q.uallty depend; pa and sufficiency quantity of of.Posh the To. .. -n '- '0' % : :

frame mad. to stand In reversible. 'positions. legatee. heir. ''Ard distributees will I tax do..11..u. tbern on the.lltb West Th. Loni.vilie.& aabvIs Via Mo mSryll I. -

t : :. : __ If r..yonfl\blood( is, impoverished 1 "_ present their claims I : within' two years fron, The } .The.Mobile, Ohio B. p. via Montgomery.. '
1 f I .''A quantity of black sand! from ibis date 01 the name. will be foreverbsned Witness my olHolol signature Rnt seal .
,: T" yiiV doctor will tell you whnl ran .i this tbe lOtb day of lo. A. U. .
''t one bottle Into the other In Just half aa SARAH E. McQttATW. D. JOHDAlf, Via Savannah and Ocean Steam hlp for New
,. ", .;;I :' J :.!/'.v"n iieel fertilize it anti giver hour and when the upper .bottle was This July 14. 1"04. "Mxmiutrix Clerk riroultj Court Volusla ,en.nl,Fla. In low the In loll.Potash Fertilizer will never which produce are To East I York. Philadelphia and BoBton Company

':" ,. :"jt.' tho rich, red corpuscles! "thlli' empty the frame was reversed.) Twelve Notice nf Application for Tax: Deed satisfactory results The 1 Via Norfolk and Uteamer for. N. Y., Waoh. Baltimore. ,
t short sticks marked with notches from Under Section B of Chapter 4888! Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Bvcry hrtiw itioukt b. fmnllUr with .h Via Savannah, and Merchants & Miners Transportation-,.r

:'; &!", ; : in'o lucking, in it. It may beyoi l: I 1 to 12 were hung upon a string and a Laws of Florida. StOI. I of Chapter 4888,, Law proper malt '/rpdon., ol.Iln.. Uul kind ffo ol Via Stamh t p. Company for Baltimore and Phlaelphfa
I r lufil tonic but likely hook was placed between the stick Notice Is hereby riven( that 1) F Falsnnpurchaser up. ol tool.conOinltif ,
) more (
: :;i : you Tax C'eriiflrate No. 41, dated Notice Is that J. P Harden > tha latest reiwarcbt. on 51,1. allImporunt To KEY WEST PENINSULA '
f.,. I bearing tbe number of notches corresponding of hereby given ; subject which we will wd'leII Atm '
,} hllt'o(1 li. 'concentrated fat looilnnd 2nd day. of June, IWW has tiled said, r.ertlM nutuhHseruf TIIX CvrtlUiata No.445, datedthe l you nk. Writs now while, Toil think ofIt VI CO. l ,
", 1 I ._ to the hour last struck andthe in and bai made" application) 2nd day A. O 19 H. lisa to .OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
? olJun. .
die I DieOSKHAIf .
: If' fat is the element lacking, one to be struck next. The sentry fur tet z.I1-I:; : %asua: in accordance, wl'l said olllce and has KALI WOMKS HvlA I.,
.' ..... '" law. Said oerliUoate embraces the followIng a for, tax deed to In NowVork-.ll lto.. Sw.... mrAtlunU.
the I the ao..li.nn
announced time br atrlklng 1..4 tickets miles
of he
: tn( 'our wystem.e ., described property situated in 'Volusiacounty e Con' law Bald i'prl embracesthe .0.-a534, Booth Br BtlMt.iNotlce. mileage good qver 18,000 ( principal railway
\ \ hours on .large !gong." Florida. to-wltt illowlng described property' situated 4 of the Southern States are on sale by the petncpalagent ':

) r ... ';; :it* nofat foot \ that in' I Lou 3, 4. 0. U, 1. II.i block .44, BenU, ndilltlon In Voluela county Florldatn-wlu 0' for complete information call on E. L. or aldre8s
tJ: .. 'c.iin.uiFi: -Wmr. to tlevllle'i'he "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port tampa to New York vis Atlantic EI..t. Voat Line
NK of'KnfnXof !In' 5. section 4 .town .
asuesneil. dnteof also vis Atlantic CoastLine aud Sou them Bailvav". K
at he
t k.: t .-,) dimly. digested and nsHimiIntud The'e.mell. a good soldier.) It msy said land belne ship lOs,range uOe; 20 Bores
In the
.us' be stupidity and It may: b* bravery. but the Issuance Nenl.of such Unless certlflcate Halt! ...,UnClllP nmncJames The said, land being assessed at the d ite FRANK C. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass. Agent W. D. STARK, Traveling. Pass. Agen'
\\jI': : .. tow or the issuance of aneh certificate in the 139 West Bay A .'Jacksonville Florida.
camel Is as steady: under fire a hall be redeemed according tn law ttx Notion 1 III Stt ,
f hereby given that the under.
: er. The Persians mounted: small cannon dee I will Issue then.nn on the Zoth/ day. nf 'name. of M shall H .tW be H redeemed Oaidner. Unless sid signed has been hy the CountyJudge H. M. EMERSON W.J. CRAIG General Pasaenget ..gent

f: : Scott's Emulsion 'on the back. of their camels and January. A. D.ulHulal UHA. signature and sent law rtl"clll.tax will Issue thereon according on the lltb or Volusla. .ppJnt Flnrl Wltiesa
; my / ro .
of the estate of Wheeler H Bristol
d of llionWltnesn
called them zarabwahs little wasps v
or this the MUi day of 0.0. A. D V**) .
;J- I of Cod Liver OilIt Tbls fashion was, adopted In l"dla..nd 8AM! I). JoRDAN' mv riliolal signature and seal UecpHwd, alld..1|| persons having cialmtagaInst
: t. 11'111 this'tbe 10'b day ol l 1004 estate will present the .
: rireult Court Vnlimla Cntintv. >
: Clerk cembr.
t! after the battle of Sobrnon 2,000 of the Hume duly authentloatrd T -

artillery camels were captured. In the I, Aollce Application for Churtvr.; Clerk Circuit Court Volusla HA M'L D.county JORDAN, .Florida, WIthin the time totheunderllnet l Florida East Coast, Ry.
-- wise tbe
wilt nouri8handBtrengtheij1ic Indian mutiny tbe British bad a camel Notice Is hereby !given that on Thursday.lanuary same \llU, >e barred

.i& | 'lioily' when milk and cnnh. corps of ISO beasts and on the back of will 241.l li5 apply) | tbe to undersigned the Hon. "inoori'Omtors inor, 'ti-. Notice of Appllcatioa for Tax Deed tin AdmlntHtratrlT 5 of MARY the Estate W. BRISTOL LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4 1904.NOlTHBOUNDlID .

: each camel sat a Scotch highlander In of ,th. Circuit Court of ," : ;; Jones, Judge der of Lawsof Heoea.r.
r : "'fill to do it. Scott's EmulMoiii 8etloll Chapter 4888
his kilt !Seventh Judlnal Circuit of Florida for Ms, listed) at a. Deo 0, 1904. ,
ute i i4 \ the always In 1878 tbe British used camels approval vf a charter of Incorporation. jf a tOUTHBOUNO-RED DOWN. U.N..88
; nl\vnys' same;; '
t' The National Int-. Notice .
society tn Iw known a* la heiouy given that A. deliary.
against the Afghans and the !government if the State of r'lni-ldii". purchaser of tax No. lUttiilHted' HODGKIN'SVagon N .e*
.' ibtnbIo and always beneficial 1 nrot ement Society oerUI..t. 1i2 I
IATON" Dallj.
: 7 ; \ paid for CO.OCX) camels that died baying II. principal place nf business at be Ito day or; ). ( has died said llal. ,

\vIwe: ) the body i ia ,wasting/ fromnny la those campaigns. Many of these Del.and. Volusla County Florida.' The.... certificate In mv cities tJI. bus made application _Uto1ll* Lv......................... Jaskioceifle .......................Ar I so a V "
j'N| t of the corporation Is for tbe mutual for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith I ot 5 ........... ...............So Jsoksonvllls .....................,.Lv 54ha I1S
4 cause, either. in children were drlvenfto death by their 0WDe1'tlIn aid and loneltt ol Its members, In sicknessand law. Said certificates embrace the Shop .............................Ht.Auvustlne............................ oa ItNp -
Of order that they might claim the disability; to bury Its dead I members, 'fellow ng described property sltiuated in I 52 ii 21 5 .............................. UaMa $
t UI" lIt1nltll. government bounty. There was also a ansi to enoouiage its members In owning Volusla count), Florida, towitiNwg FLA. T OS U_45_a

camel corps which did good service in their own homes: to enooumne and pro of wi, 4, towbshlp 10', r 80o lOp Ar ................ RipS
We will sand m sample,... flute In eveiy way jxinsible, the progress/ of [ Mp .. .... ....... 00. 09p
you mabdL
Sudan tbe said land in l1a x.
the war against Ib.. ..ol..d. rao' >, both mentally and Intel\ The being assessed at the date Everythlnf Wngonn Baggies, Carts, -
'. 'lulitxllv and to organUe subordInate. o' 'be Issuance or such certificate In tbe manutactor and repaired (niny IMP SliP A. ..................Hastings..5. ma i iOa
'r' J3uRyr.that The D..dll..< Pol_.. lodges,; with the same objects and principles.l Shop best workmanship S 6. ,

,. ... In the form of alubflioon Cyanide of potassium and hydrocyanic The I proposed\ charter la nn the In tbe olllcef aid certificate law tax shall deed be will redeemed Issue ao known. Only first-class men employedand II HP Lv................ l
i every bottle the of wrapperof Emulsion or prosaic acid are considered by ., .the('mintv.clerk: Florida.of tho'.... ,Circuit during Court the pendencyf of Volunl 01 corlnll'o 2tb day ot January A. L,. tb&r. first-class work tame oat. I have I' !< P .. .......... .. .. 40.
ately added to 1HP 13 tip ..... ...
most people to be< about tbe most pOisonous this Wln. my official signature and seal my pInt 1 1I lip .. tip
buy. I
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i:)_; you of known ..ublltRn.Tbla isan nnllor.KHERMAN A. HOW: F:LI 8VUNDCRS, I, 2tb day of December SAM'L A JORDAN.D J904 I so p I at? & ......::.::.:...::.:::::::: ;:::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::. : :.1 43 sap p
SCOTT i BOH the most rapidly ,
J.t .4t acting error.of all They polmna.are but not the mo t M. HO WE!:I L I Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county.Florida r 5 tip? p ....::::::..::::.Dupons..I::::: :::;::::::::::::::::::::::: .S: Up ip

'iI! : ; CHE.1JlSTS:1r potent. One drop of.pure prussic acid W.MARSHALLr MORIU" i4Mi I'll Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under I I I S 00 p .................. !ea 11 Ii 15$4 p p

: ;:. : : 4... Pearl $St., Few TwtBOc. placed in the eye of a large dog will JESSE II.! :D\\I). BROWN I it Section 8 Chapter 4888, Lawsof I Ir ta I I Cl lp&.....::::::..::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: :: :::::::.. I t : 12 lh 00 top a J
kill It within two sccondH and a
.. 44a
'I., (. mid $1.0X( dose nlll kill a man. But there Is an A. D. TAYLOR. I, Notice Florida Is hereby given that WW Pawsev. u 1 08.as. t n .....::::::.;:::::::::: ::::::::::: ::::::::::: :: tea 11 eea
k All DrujjafiHta.i 140 r.. .. Luel.......... ... .... I 100a
.... Oa
';I' ; alkaloid In aconite root called pseuda- HOLT I purchaser or 'a.. Certificate No 48 dated d\ 10 I SO ..............Ft.. Pier...._.'........ ...... 1 p 10 IS a
".. .:, conltlne one three-hundredth part of a W. "s' IIUNTEIIlLW.BROVN the Sddav of June, A. D., 19% bus tiled ass Slip ........ .... .....Tlbbl........_.......... lIp 948. .
:: ; said cetitl'ale, in my otUce, and baN made I41a Slap ........... .. .. ....................... Up 9aI
"" SAINT. grain of which will kill a moderate A. A. LKWI application for tax deed to Inane In ao c4 47 a 11..ii..... .........Jensen.. .................. ..... i Up a 40*

'i ;: ENGLAND'S PATRON sized animal. This Is the deadliest poison F. A.BLAIN i-ordinee, tbe with law. bald certificate em teasI IT n p p....:::::::::::..:::::::::I'T: olie.Soanj. ::: .."....Tr: .::::::.:::: 1 Ci 15 & : oa rea .

.. WSL known. being 300 times as toxic a* J. B. HOW b'ace. following described property 5\\ iw I tit lOp ......... __.....WetJuplter...:......_.....;.s.. isp .4. ,
m W Bora I1.Ia. aid situated In Volusla Florida towItLot ; I J
) I t; prosaic acid. county a MsOB 44 P ............... W. PMmiieaoli .... ...... I P
". ,B. ..""" .a 80:1. Notice of Sheriff's Sale.IN 4. sub of ne)4) section 33. tonntblp 4545 COp ........ ..,....Bny nton..............._........ top 760* \
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George! the patron saint of Eng.I Her C::... I. Hop.I.ss. lOss, range tile; 21 acresThe f I M 801 lip p ............. ........, .D.tray ....... .........._... tip p 'f.

- land was born at Lydda. but brought A little girl became so accustomed to CIRCUIT COURT .SEVENTH:! JUDICIAL said land being 8e88e at tbe date 10. ..........,...............J.I.udord.le..r.. ... .. .........i. 101 eMS

: r. .., ,. I In up tbe In Cappadocla.reign ,of ,Diocletian. lie: was and.a tribune being : exaggeration: could believe and misstatement her and her that parents nobody AND FOR CIRCUIT,VOLUSIA OF' COUNTY.FLORIDA, IN of name ton or iasiiance Ada Cone.of Ilcb cerlll"at in tbe ICe Too .. Up 1p..A..........................._.........Lfinon...MI.ml.' City................................... .v.. P p I 0.lei t I.

Unless said ceitiflcate shrill be redeemed
: at man of great coorugo was a favorite. were greatly annoyed by the unfortunate Isaao A. Stewart, PUIntlff according to law tax II wllBBle SANFORD BRANOH."ORANGE CITY BRANCH.STATIONS. .
; i but .. be complained to tbe emperor reputation tbat she was acquiring. v. }> ,BherlfTs. Sale. thereon on the let day of 110.

,"? .of bis severities toward the Christians .. E. K.. Ropes, Defendant J Witness mv official signature Ind al 50.11 I No.12 No. 3 | No. I STATIONS. No 2 N..4
,, I this the day ol A. lOOt. COLD TIRE SETTERCan bail? I Dally Daily Dully 1 Dill ly Daily
their defense be waa said to Ils _
and argued in On afternoon bert mother Notice Is hereby given that under and by
) in and beheaded April 23 'her and heed virtue; of an execution Issued out .,f the HAM'LD. JORDAN t ta L|V......... TttUSTlll.v ..........Ar 18 Mp iMp 10 10. IJT..K, Smyrna...ArLv 185p 7 lOp
listen. Lillian IDJ'words.
r put prison : "Now court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county r"la. set your Tires without taking St3a ........... OaMan...........r ii ISa I tip Ii II. Laks Helen .Ar hOp 0 109
7 803. St. Jerome mentions him in oneS What bait happened ,to one; Fish D C. wheels from vehicle.: We take out no 5 56 a Lv..E'ii.rpri.e. ........Ar hi eta Slip ii sea LyOr.nge City.Ar I top I
of -"Martyrologles. ." and tn the following I, sinner may easily happen to another. on Novembertl,1904uisdertho of Florida. In and for Volusla seul County of'the ByBen bolts, rub no paint or burn our felloes 10 sAc.......... Sanford ..........LylOBta lOOp ll4OaAr..Or.CityJe..Lv ,lhOIp ,

., $ century there were many You know what happened to. Ananias Clerk: of said Court, in a cause therein Notice of Final with a hot tIre. Come and la it work 'No. tt No.23 I 1C 'Mo'IT ND< | |
'churches named to his honor. In regard and Rapphlra. don't you?' pending wherein Isaao Stewart Is plain- Discharge. and yon will never have Tires set Bat and HATFORTBRANOR. aT'-2oNo-2j-
lilt and E. I;. Is delendant. lor the hot Aundar TMlly. | Dallytoa Peep ..sba r.
to his. connection with England. "Yes'ui. I do. They fell dead on tl'. Notice' Is hereby given that the undersigned again.Thanking .
of(8,000 and tJ7.lt: Guam, 1 have leviedupon ,
Guardian of L IMnkerton
. ,. Asbmole.' In bis "History of the Order street corner and I saw 'em carries and will sell to the highest and best Colby wi you for your patronage In lU"N .
the March. D < Ar ..
on tat day \ tv 6. the and continuance in so S! Mp 4 lOop 8 Lv J'cksonv'e 7 00 a 5 40 a w.
.. ,. of the Garter." says that King Arthur Into a drug store" bidder for cash, at public outcry, at the his final nuciMintto the County 01 past hoping a 8 Ii I Up 4 I 01 p 0 M a So' .13.1. 6 02 a 5 M a Ii 52 p 8 22 p t. _
'In the sixth century placed the picture hoot, door of tbe court bouse In heLand.Vohissia VoliiBia County, Fl ruin atAU .nd.e at the future, I remain Usa ? 14 p StOp 1009a..Puablo lp". StOa 800p lihip Stlp $409
i County Florida nn the first Monday DeLand. and ask that th same be allowed. 10 10 p 1 tip 5 S 45 p 10 14 a .lannoBo"h C 16 5 7 6h ,. H 16 p 8 Ii p S Sip
of St. George on his banners and In Februury A. D. IflUS being the (Ith J. D. PRICK. I I Yours to serve, taso nip SlOp l.uaoaAr.Mayport 1 000a 740. RhQOn iMp IMp

JT, "> n Belden tells ns be was patron saint of day. of said monthduring the legal b"Ur8 of This Aug 33, 11104 Guardian. SCOTT HODQKINS.Tn .
; England In the Saxon times. ... all of She following described! properly PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Fntt's Pills and being. In the of Volusla, ,
J It I. quite certain that the council county ,1 a
1222 commanded his festival and, State nf Horlilu! 'evled upon as tbe OLOM CONNECTION M*DB AT MIAMI WIH STEAMSHIP. OF THE P. 0. (. COMPANY fOM I
of Oxford property of the laid defendant, K K. Ropes, .
to be observed in England as a to.wltl Pipe fitting, Tin roofing, Gu, HAVANA AND KEY WEST "

.t _. .holiday of lesser rank and In 1330 he win save the. dyspeptic from many R Wlgbtman Grant In seotlon 43 town FrPTntering I and spouting. Pump! t ,
t of the Order days of misery and suable him to eat ship 14, south range !27, enat containing. \
was adopted. a. the patron whatever .be ......... TINy prevent.aCK acres; lots 1. Sand 4 ..h l ractlon 11. township Jjv/UJUJJkli repaired wells and tanks madt The* Tina Tablet show She ttmea at which trains may .expected to arrive and depaM
of the Garter. The dragon slain hem she several .100.but their arrival or t"p.rtu.at Im..I..d Is not fraaranteeO.doee .
south 27
by Bt George Is simply a common allegory ;, HEADACHE, 112 acres 1.5.' | lots, 2,8,1 range and east.U ot containing section. 12, to order. Repairing of all aor the "< itself responsible :dela.or' a consequence arising tbere*

to express the triumph of the cause the food to assimilate and snoiUn .. tiiwnHhip 16 south, range 27, east, containing Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Christian hero over evil which John tM body give keen appetite 174 sorest; the went.. three-quarters ot Pot Copy of th. LOO.TIME CARD or Other Information
the north wist quarter of the xoutb east ,
: i ,,4. the Evangelist beheld tinder the 1m-, 'EVELOP FLESHand quarter of section 24, township 14, south ,' Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. "SEF. THE TICKET AOENT." J
age of the dragon. range 27, east oontalnlnv 3u acres; the '
'. wf Gibbon In his "Decline and Fall" soUJmBscU* Elcfaatly sags' pt>rlb-e..t. quarter of tile south-west quar. tT.' J>. nAmin. aen.'PasTi5oat..7StiriLTJOTjrSTnnB.' :
coated.-! ter and tbe souto-west quarter oft be south A I
saint of Eng-
that the -
\ki asserts patron
ake No Substitute. west quarter of section 9, township 14, ---
\<11 land was George of Cappadocla. the south range 2H, cast, containing 80 acre; -' --' --
: turbulent Arlan bishop of Alexandria the west halt of the south east quarter of ,
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under the south-east. .quarter of section M town. ,
.. WfBnt: the..cbarscter of this assertion hasjf .
Pspebrocb.' I. Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws ship 14, soutbi range 2H, east, containing HO Why 'Not, Brink Southern", Railway
beeor-folly disproved
: ... i "ofTlorida. acres; lot loot N. Plerson's addition to ,
.I MUner and other*.Exchange.. Plel'llOnlot.; 26 and 27 of N. Hersons's addition .
,'vjjj Notice Is hereby given thai W W flawseypurchaser to Pierson; lot 40 of N.Plerlloa'. ad. PURE WATER ? ''I. .
4 of Tax Certificate: datedthe diLlon to Pierson; R. Wlgbtman Grant Ineot.Ion EFFECTIVE 1904 : .
:,? ''I---] ARTIST AND ARTISAN. 2d day of June A. O lOO Ntt1. filed 14-south 28. V6
.r : said cerliticiite In office made 811.to..nsblf range THE Orange city Mineral Spring Water i It unsurpassed In purity, bong '

'I --til' >'r..*. .. I. ">.. M....r.. th. .DlfMy application for tax mv d ed to Issue ip accordance east sac tlon-7, township' 1ft acre, soutb.; all fractional range 2H, absolutely beneficial free from oases organic kidney matter is.and d p.se.s nl.mineral p'opertiesespecially Two Vestibule Trains Eat No. M No 0 North and Wed 7 13 !
with law.
Said nertltlo.I.Imbr.o.
.. f....".:B....... Tk. the following described situated east containingV23 acres; the:80utb.we.t I 'Ibis, water has received tlr.nc endorsement, from such men a Eras- LvJak.onvlle.FI..SJy.8 lIthe 7Mp L" .1.ck8OnylleJ So By... ;...14Ip
.. property. quarter of the southwest quarter section tns G. professor of Remit College. &1011, Wisconsin one .. Lv y. ...
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: : be artist. In Volusla towitt 12111 10401 3p
I ,.l, son I III goiug to an county. Florida 9 I, township 10, south, range 28 east, containing : of'the taID this country| J. B. Ogdendire'stor New York And Lv Savannah U.. t Ry.. Ar Macon to Ry..... .,.. .
said<< a proud father. "He does not Lot 8, sub of seJ4. section 33.' township 40 acres; the south-west quarter of othe... Columbia. 80Ry..130p 1l1a ArAtl..tll.. Sn tRy.... .. .. I lila'
.need to study lot of scientific rub Ua) range irtej; !31 aore tbe north-west. quarter of section II'(, town. Dr. Bnyntonof Cleveland,Ohio, writs "It 18 the pure-t spring water Ar Charlotte By..... Op 9 Ma AI Rme. 80 By..s..... 1 aa"

bish.". The said land being assessed at the Jute ship ID, south range 28 east. containing known Lo me. I am using it and recommending I to others. I only need* Ar Oren.boro. I R"1", I flop 1:Alp S By ..:. ... 12 .
4. _. '. of the Issnsnoe of such cer'itluate In tbe 4O acres. ; the south half of the north-west a trial to convince anyone that It has nn a ta>>le wat. ." Ar 80 RY'1 4 431p lOp Ar : 'fenn So By. .
auprlor.a Danvle. 94111
,n ',,,.,Peruup ibM. father docs not know name of heirs 0.. II'. Cone. Unlvsi said quarter of tbe north-west quarter of tbe Many people have visited Orange 1'1'' their physicians for Ar So Rr. II IlI 1J42p Ar t.bII.oog.Q C....! i
lf that wuut lie calls "scientific rubbish" oertiUi,'ate shall b< redeemed according toIwtsz south-east quarter or section 11, township tbe |urpos orte.Unl the Mineral Bprlnx Water, deriving great uenetfl from Ar Lynchburg 80 Ity.. .. 4 41"1'' Ar(Jinciussiati. 0 '0 ., '
# saea.m-e. the difference between tile deed will Issue ti, ereon on the lat n, allItht range 2'.lIst.. containing 5 Its use. The w.tr draW ron, a subterranean Spring 1)7) feet bet iw the Ar (JbarI 'ttesvhlle,. 80R,.. 5 Sop I lp Lv CincInnati. Disc Four...J.p.s. 8 40p
the difference day n( February, 11161J.) acres; all block H Eldrldge!: ; lots !2 to 8 Inclusive surface, Is very altogether. the Best Water '10 be found In the Ar Washington. tO By 841111 ArChicagn. Big k'our .... . 7 lot "
rtUn !and n artist ,i block Eidrldge: lots 3 and 9. South. Ar Baltimore. P Slip lOp Lv Pa Lines;. ... ... 0 .
Witness official amt seal Clnolnnat. i'p
. L between. ,the common and the superb, this the Slst my of Dee, 1004 signature block 13, bldndge: ; tbe north-west quarter Th. Orange City Mineral dprlna Water received the only diploma at the Ar Philadelphia, B'.l... 411p 1 Ha Ar ( l'a I Ilea..... ... tAr
', 'i': between mediocrity and excellence. It ol the north-east quarter of section J 17, 'St te Fair at Jacksonville In competition with nuiny other ill-plays. It ia New-York. P R,... .. t lIp I 0 iOu Iv ClnolanaL. 01 .',,.. H 45pNo
, called "adentlflcrubbish" 8AML JORDAN.. township lo, south range/ :28 east 40 acres: now being; bottled aDllnt out by the I)range City Mineral Spring; (Jotniianv' . 21a
.. was what this man Clark Clroult Court Volusla ,County.. Kla. the west half of tbe north-west quarter nfsection put up In style in cane' of 13 half-gallon\ oiIi,.. For further lolbr- 80-"Waabington and Via Limited I ," Ly Clnolnn ". j j .0...,.:. ... 9411p'
J which: made the differencebetween 33, township 15. south range 28 suction address Daily Pullman Drawing Boom SleepIng Ar Toledo. C 1)'.. .. ...
.' :t Y the works of Michael Angelo Notice of Application for Tax Deed east; the south half of, .the north-west ORANGE CITY MINER.AfcjSPRING CO. VarJaoksonvllle Lo New York Ar D.rolt C I..I) ....I2. ,

i and those of a hundred other artists: of Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 smarter I of tbu lonth-west quarter of section No. h orb asdFiorlda' Expresa" Lv ClnnlnnaL .Lines.'I.:.',. 83'p'

$ j .... '", bis day who have gone Into oblivion. .Laws of Florida. 33 twinIng township 20 IB, couth R range 28.ea &,'ellBo O. A., BULIN. Mgr .. ,grange City, Fla. Dally UNew luthnalDra"lng Boom anr Ar tltl"blrl. r' LInes,..;. .. 05.
in Lv
sores; WlgblmanUrant lug 1 Big ttour..:,.,... 9 Sup
) It was this "scientific rubblab"md1.IDrI Notice hereby. given that Th.yer&auIs.. section 87 township IA, south range 28. and tar York. Sle"r. Ar t.leveland Big Four...... tSa
anatomy for a doseD 1ea..u..t purchaser of Tax Certificate Nn 0'<6.t dated' cast containing 10 acres; the north-west Lv.J..I.I..8.Ry_... .... ,I 80p
gave Immortality to the statue of the 'Jnd day of June. A. D 1110) has Hlml. ouarter; of:the south west quarter of section Through 'fhe Lantlofthesky." No 8. Ar'' oll vle. 1 ...... S lOp'Lv
z and to but. paintings sail cerlltlcate In my ntnVe. ard him made 14. township hiS, south; range 28, eaSt, containing 80 / .ul.. 80 ,By".. ... .. 82.
1 Moses and David application for tax. deed to I sue In .mnordanoe 46..8' all! of section 4, township Jaok.onvile 80 dy..". .711/p /r
$ : ; the "Last Judgment" and "The1 Story with law. Said certlnuatn, embraveii. lo.' south, range 2U, san. oonulnlrg 0M2 Lvl."lInnab. ... .. .... iSa Istlbulmrtrchi N/3-.J'biIdl'i, .Lhiujlteif." Dully sold
.; of Creation.* tbe following described property allua'ed acres; lot 4 of section 5, township lit south In Rf.... ... I Cia through coaches and Pull
Ar flOp man oars Jacksonville to N. .
I has In Voluids county, florldn towlt: range 20\ east containing 68 acre; all : A8b..vle .. ..
.s Many an artist of real ability Ar N C. IleellnK
east of Uraut In section 10. 18 H Iy. \31' HWE 'I' NolS
of lot, 13 and 14 hlmik township :
EH B. Enterprise' .
work of art Ar Ry.
failed to produce any great south 20, east, containing 8 aor* '-John B. Stetson KnoxYle. S .." I Ip .
range ; .
because of Ula Ignorance of Jut such The said land be I UK assessed at tbe lUt lot 2. Assessor's subdivision of the f of the issuance nl such certlnimte. In the In section. HH, 10, soutb.rang3O Ar By........ 406p .LV Je8up, ,So ;!........... 31'is/
"scientific rubbish. Of what good name 01 Heirs Alice V' leland Unless said tnsblp. 1 westof ArClnoll.U, Q "C.......... 8 lIsa Ar Macon. 8rl'.. . ........ 3 out
aD artistic temperament or l18D1na 'to orrtlocatM shall ,he redeemed according.lelaw. e..tcnt.lnlnl 0 aor.lot ,AI AII.nl_ .
: : : ', brsnon / 18 south, No flOsaDaily Pullman Drawing Room .. .. I)0
tbeorigin tax dred will I I Issue thereon en the Uflib t"wa.bl Florida Ar 80 Ry
does not know
;c' 'the sculptor unge32 ash ; the west DeLnd" a'd Buaetbieepng Car between Jnflon.
ontalnlnl R7.:1' ; :: .
day of January. A. I). 1IHM .
y t and the contour ha&foftha& one :fjBlrmln.\Im. 10 ..
..tb tt jlnsertlon/ except V '
.. loaldS5'ul.
Wltrcsa It
my otticial l signature and seal I O'p
4, in 10 lemJb. Jrl oo. ...
,- 'ri{ : ;lof tbei various mosctoe who is not this the !S4th day of DwemherA. I*. 1U04, acre Ibollo section, township 70 '11 < 'rains Daily/ .A l1' Frl : 9 409to '
/ /i. ,:"i 'cl $thoroughly: mU""#, with the human SAM'L I). JoRDANi Rat Me suulh-east u)acres of ceotlnu2U Tvo .- J\" 8. r aoo..,...,. .....

11>' O' natomyt Michael Angelo thought It Clerk I Circuit) .Cimrl VolUkls: County, Fia ,,township IS, south, t range 21 emit; the COLLtGE OF LI BEBAL tRTS-.Tlse tamlard,' are those ot(( the University 'VVsh1ngtori "rIUI8. Ark ........: \.01

; w otq whll40 Ja a-graIl deal aim.upontbeanatOml i. outb-west quarter of tbe nortb..tqu.r.tr :'of Chicago. Stetson'* graduate r"IYI their ,degrees from' both'Stetson and 4r1cL.piNe1rv 'York. -be1lorld... Limited." D.I )
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of a bone andmath.mtic.SuCeSss. : of Motion 21. township IS, south range Chicago. ; ,
$ f br&1oseingSaie. e.8& the north half ot the soothwestqnarter'nf OF LAW-Oradualei cf this College '
.dmtlec"t'pr.elp. Room Sleeping Car .between Jikokionvim Blrmlngbam and
"" .._. the couth-east quarter of section law In Florida Knout examination .rJ- MDNwlnJ ,, Memphis

.: i't'- Urmood Building k Loan Association, a)1 28 township 19 ."utb range 2 east', containing ; COLLEGE: : OF 'rEl'H OLOY-M .b"nlu"lchl. }: Enllrer'no Iity. '
.... .... ., ;t. Corporation, Complainant I IArthur 20 anres. ,and Manual Training oou.lellnl ,. 1'in. new, ARRIVSUTAT .1CK9UlTtl' -
; --3f: ,. B.ldf : foregoing described .equipment. 1m New Tork. Wmihlngtoneto-No '
4 ;i property U4 9
'.... rr_ K Pearl U Baldwin. '. Th. eon.l.t COLLEQK OF BURlNESii-nankn In all its brpqhes.rBsiukikeeplng, bv lD.I. Il Jmltd. 0. sn
4 .....,.Wet .r. :i of .01P"8 pine. hammock. ; From lblo.IO.: .'laolnnaL. Vbot.ncgl. etc -No U. "Florid" 85 '
*'W.. .tJ>e late Marshal' von MoIt111plo1 xOpfendants. : .. ) .ng ,. 'bent methods Elective coune,open'.Is. i her. deltrtawiIt.. Large' f'iciulty and From K.n. I'mln"b"o-NI 14. "PIrelli L.imired.9 a m i
JJv'r-*,. 'a-rar as a spy: In Franc. A Under and by virtue of a dears* nf foreclosure Jv JOHN TCBNKR.' ommndlon"building From Vlnalnn. A.tiievliis "Wsablngton and l"torluhua Limited 'b9 8. m .,
ami ...1. render d Is the Clroult 14CADItMY-haduuie. prepared to e' tar From NewTork.Waahlngton.iuto.-No.lll."New You and FnrhdeEx'pi'rssl'
'" .Sheriff of Volusla County PRIPUtATlY B.rn" 40pm .
\ lit I4.VieOrdflporIne.I. '
JII WItter Court or the Hevenib Judicial (:Iranlt friorld Flori. ,Ya't Michigan' hlCHgo an I nil first class college ,

( 4 ..._....:. Z* .1808,'': MfIi"t1Ut.wrtt. ta *. la and Jor Volula I it1 unt" Inrhsieery. ,. ,! AL AND PRACTICE tCHOJ.-I', Klndergtrten. In It'* own hnlldIng. .' 'I EXCELLENT DININQ CAB 'SERVICE. -
k kqial.tloa; < oW vonv. Moltk. antsrWlJranc. :. In .rnsusn therein iwndlnvwiwraia 5,, CO.YEARS'KXPCRIENCB. 2 frlmarv and Grammar Sboll." buildlng.v This. ""nl rs..
'J, 4 and Inspected tb onunnd.'Building* .Man Aasoela.tlon. :dally 'rp..re. Public School ..,.. J. (.1. LIJSK. DIstrict Pas..nger Agent, 108 West. B"y Street, JlebonvJll e- KIBBttO .
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"t dlsgulM a corporation U. ... mnlxlnxnt. ard -zr ." SHOOL-A *10 000 00 plpnrirsri, a dozen. pl.n.,8', nitrate, build V. B. ACKERT, G. M. w. n. ti ,
: J;:- frsathv ftjb*,Kbln4j and t.b. line.\ ,of ..I'n.K.'B| ,ildwln' sod .Heal I b. BaMwMre 4, ing, larirenidultv thorough 01> nrsesofstudv. 8. H. HittOWlClC.. M. l' >Ki MOBU'\S', set.P. A. '.
"4. ,1.Wi..eiziburg..' In particular' b* mad1* defendants I will sell 'at .. nub ,ART BCHoOly-. Osllv oastsmiidal, eta. .
niiilla ry
i' .. .... .f UM d.f.nss of.rorb.cb. and lo She hiben and. l st 1,1"".<., inr rash at Stetson bs. a .. %, of 4t proft-ssn-t end lni,.triii' <>nrii. Thor 1111 I d .aires .l --';. .- -
study < : t Il f- ,
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.. >b. rMld..M>> nrtheixl. -renrliinisii> low InA from the UuiversltofCblcago, Hivnrd, Tush Dirlm uln iilnmbla Unher.sltr .
.y. ,. }Whr4 .;Ther.- 1s always, according jnd WA\ In i ....,.nd< Vuliisls 'oOn*Vl, .if fennsylv >nla, BrynMawt.Bui.kit"II. tlnlv rtllvof Mlrhluxu, Iennl_,'.
.T l' ", ;'W..(*. -- authority; a tegalst.spIO-' Flnr'd,. nn Mmidiii.' F..bp".". f b ,A.. Ui1WB. l rand otb-r UnlverILe."be,. are over .ja(0,1 In bidldlnmt and "'llpm..t DeLand Saw and'Planmg' g iliaJ.

,' ., : >, ''''' :;X- .<.*.* 'd>t> r ,, k.. .. / tfi bnnaa. with a all i tsi ,allowing .81sur. bid< r rsoDsl pro.erVlowltl T..a.T 'volume? beaiillfiil uh"r>'l.ltbi, .tl. t'lrn'.hlnv.lno'udlnt' stained .
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: 1.< ./.,, '' ,'J ''- : .1. ..windows 7oll paintings aflOOnono i I I. nrl"n Oyn..lnm with comp'eie' CAIRNS\ ,
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It "rapl'
the nprla _
sAil 0 ae' tnolnwd Alblello Field, running t I ktcn.: !II nnnrts. hniwluill"
rf tn r'c'litjoa HvUg
t room o.u'Hsrnrv
"i- I .... $ .e*&of e..& *t end* sqvr5.le.,4grnm..iid irons, kltch' I ( aa "rp"t.8.n, grldlmrr, hrildr ael..mlsi4.voIt. rnwlnc and i t"'ol"t; .. pa- DRESSED '

:'.;;r _. *tick M a colon*!. Bacb eolon.1 baa (nfiimlnueai d furiil1 Inics, to.ether. with A.I a :: :e *. | fur men and women; live' Ixrftf In nrinrle. for. t PhTti ,
i 'lu*, ifatetertulofryv JUlaandogy ansI Ilolsigyt several larva iiuae"nia end h"rsirleetrlollhts :
brio "r..a.' d ;
I .....ibint a certain numb ot oo M all all the Btaturew fnrnUhlnirs ooriwl... .ouesaoiles>- bow" ill r. ..'- -- ,eIsoti'iu toils, steam hj.t-o ment w.l .thou muds, lirrnd aVMU' : p ROUGH .1 '

......I rf&e t. tb* reshlenu.if the drn>nd-nis fro-tcdon I :. a. irscU us campus, shrubbery and trees; _.', 1..rl.and mlipr 11'1.1..18'. LI'MDER'A .,i I ,

-.r.... dIIa"''''''' ... ... ; j wtll! Iota IdA and lISA ..f Ihn tnvssnr'a. nlat siI .I I ..Iub"r l.o.lr...couni Cbrlilsn-. sad n"'ltol.lte."bIDr. .' 'The Ceiling, Floorlnri' Siding, Sawing-, MouldingWindow and '
anti the ,
tJlelDoBt.t 'rmond Boiiih .. made b, tb* Assessor f burltllind Mpne > ? '
( .. .: from ) .lil '' ,view. folder Door Frames-Newel Poet ,'TDrn." torch Columns, etc., { .1
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4 ( ; ,'' I6IW= = ; tIM, VoluaU annntv and r corded in 'the |I- lill* ; Ohalol o4} .fd't81ldeD& Shedding far Groves unrl Box .

,. \ ( ''''';: I rsoords' of VoluUs. .county! Flwlda. / LINCOLN ,HUL.LBY A.. M., Ph' D.,,' if Contracts taken ant the erectl of a )"teral.peef
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