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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 14, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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\ XIX DELAND VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY JANUARY 14, 1905. NUMBER 13

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professional Cards. THE SAND WASP. THE STONE BREAKER.In INFLAMMABLE AIR. COL. POST DENIES STATEMENTS !

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James W. Perkins. Cary D. Landis, luonluuii Manner. In Wlilpli ThU la.M lQuaiM of Content In llonoat PL* Proilnul -Dr. Hales Distilled : '
Made In Jacksonville Sun Regarding
...t IJMVM a 110,0...... but MimotoiioiiN Toll.
PERKINS & L.ANDIS Prom Coal In 1T2O. 111
The cllbUl'llte1"0 of n tool by a lit- In uiy country uf Alunce, on the solitary Iii the early days of the !lust centurySir Derry Suit.

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- tle Blind wasp might well be pposed: t'otttUii\ su Intc'iinhmblo ribbon Walter Scott, writing from London .

,t AT-LAW, to Indicate reasoning. power, says auexchuiiKe. I stretches on niul, on uiitlui' the forests. to a friend In Edinburgh\ said, "There I i I To the Editor of the Jacksonville Son. J'

A well known naturalist, I Of tlio YOM/I"", tl."i'c. In n Htono broukur Is a fool hero who Is trying to light the Gentlemen: My attention baa just

DcLand Florida. l>r. Peckhani, watched u wimp dig a whom I have noon at ui.. : work fur thirty city with Hiiioke." sir Walter's "smoke"was been culled to an article in your issue ,.

Will Practice In State and Federal i>aiaj :v\3>a?>v>-i-v' ">">" r j M> M>3*' hole ill the earth and depotlt: therein' years 'ilio Hint tliuu 1 mine upou not a human involution Accumulations of, Thursday, Deo. 22,. ,under s the head

Courts. for Infants and Children. nn egg. together with a Bpldur which Urn I WIIH u young tlmlunt setting out of gas. from coal beds. found Colonel Post Sued for Damages. I
.ho bud stung into paralysis to feud xfitu swelling liuiirt for the great city their way to the surface, anil being
s'rEW AnT & BLY, Pare. the ,'ub which Bhonld 1 be hutched, lu' I wish to make the following stat.f
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, ,, The Bight of this man Ulil me good, fur highly Intliumunble, attracted! the attention
and Syrups. It la Pleatuint. It due coiirae. Then lube. filled ho hole went: ,.
Koric. Drops Soothing up be vas humming u sung ..t lie broke of men who erected altars overtll..m. "'
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic. with Band or earth and jammed It his stones.u oxc-hunged u few and their perpetual (fires were I Mrs. Henrietta Berry, who IB the

..ub"tance. It destroys Worms an l allays Feveri.TeethIng lmonn. down with her bend. wonlH, in id he said at the ..nd' "Well, dedicated to the gods.. For thousandsof complainant in the case against me for
DELAND. It cures I>larrh< a. and Wind Colic. It relieves -
in Bank Building. When at last the '
filling le'clwltb
wus goudby, the Chinese have 30,000! does not ,I
Troultlcs and cures Constipation. It regulates tho my boy, good courage (and years speculatedupou damages own any
Branch office over Potltoffice.DA 'ONa Stomach and Bowels Blvinpr, healthy and natural sleep. the ground she brought a quantity good luck! Sluice then 1 have pasxud the meaning of the natural BUS I property adjoining my hotel and never

The Children's Panacea.--The Motlier's friend. of fine grains of dirt to the spot, and rcpiiHHcd along the same route which has escaped abundantly front I has owned any. Neither do the records '

BERT FISH. picked up a entaIl pebble In her nni mil- under vtrcunistn nccs the most diverse. the earth In several provinces. In ITJd show that she in the town of 1
The Kind You Have Always Bought bles] and used, It ua a hiiniiner In i pouuil- painful and joyful. The student bun Dr. Hales Informed chemists that by owns any !

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lug them down with rapid strokes. ) thus finished his. course. ; the breaker of distilling n few grains of coal he bad Seabreeze Application was made to
> Bears the Signature of. .. making this spot nn hard mid flrui ua stones remains what be was. He has I obtained an equal number of cubic me as mayor of the town to have Mrs. i

DeLand Florida. the surrounding surface. Hefore we taken a few more precautions. against Inches of "liillainmable air" und that if Berry arrested on a' warrant for disorderly .
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could recover from our astonishmentat the seasons' .tol'lIIlt-a. rush mat protects attempted oil II large scale millions condact. Believing ber to be

Special Facilities Land Titles.for Exarolnine this performance she. hail dropped his back, and his felt hat Is upou mill loin of cubic feet of that valuable Insane I refused to Issue the warrant ,

and Perfecting her atone and was bring(Ing more eiutb. drawn further down to shield his fate. 8uh..tlllcoul
J HALL BRUMSEY In a morntmt we BIIW ber pick up the But the forest Is always sending back conveyed unseen along the highwaysof I attorneys tog, the town, Stewart & Bly.
# pebble and ngaln pound the earth Into
the echo of his valiant hummer. How the laud mid become the means for On their .advice and that of the prone-
For Over 30 Years. place with It. Once more tbe whole obtaining perpetual day. In 1613 Sir ::1
: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT IIi' Use ninny sudden tempests Lave broken cueing attorney of the county, 'Mr.
, .. ... e' v process wax repeated, and then the lit- his bent Walter's "smoke" was burned on
LAW TH' e'H "" .H over back how much adverse ;
Perkins asked
.l.w..O. and of I
_... .. tle creatures", flew uwn)'. a physician.
------ -------- Westminster bridge In London, and
fate has fallen on his bead, on his I '
"The whole this Jndge McCrory for blanks to be filled .j
Will Practice in all State and Federal -- of porfornmnue house, uii his country! lIe continuesto one your later the streets of St. Margarets -
Courts. A Uatt-U KUliliiur '.111..... writes Sir Herbert Maxwell In "Memo ''Westminster enjoyed Illumination out for an application on the cTiarge of ,)
I ..........itr .11". break his stones, and coming and
f DlLAND, Ft4OUIDA Almost e\c ry UsUlnj vllhuo, ; In Holland "So their cngiiuuniout", Is broken?" des of the Months: ," "In BO unexpected going I dud him by the roadside smiling I from gus It being the first parish Insanity, This application was 'vjlgnnl
him Its spuc-lal ureas. and Its own that even Dr. I'oc-khnm's high reputation contracting for such a luxury. by live reputable cltizHDs of Seabreeze,
Office/ over FUher'a I Drug Store. I "y". They were both too shy to get In Hplto of his ago and his wrinkled .
qunlut customs. One can see from old ulurl'lcd.'hllU".'* an a scrupulous observer might benevolent, spelt] '-above all and< would as readily. have been signed

,J L, MCCKOUY, Dutch pictures that these have not varied I "'\ fall to convince skeptics that ho bad In dark llytho"e simple words of VIOLIN MOODS. by twenty, bat the court of inquiry decided 4'
not been deceived but similar behavioron
for the last :-00: One moat ,
jours. "Well, you woe he was shy of money brave man which have so much effect that the evidence did not show
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Interesting plucc Is (the laliind, of Mar- and she got shy of him when ..be(0'11I.1 the part of a wasp of the Biinio spades when thpy are scanned to the breaking Little Thing That Make an ...tr.. that Mrs. Berry was insane.I .
of hind 1 the margin ot has been recorded Independently'
ken II tongue on It out.Philadelphia Ledger. of Mouies.I'uoumi "The Simple Life," meat lo. Its Tone.Some .
have whatever
by Dr. \Vllllston of Kansas university. no person interest
Florida.J the :Xujdcr Zee which can well be Inspected
DeLand Charles
by 'V obscure but definite change
lCner.
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In of hours It Is
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n couple
_ _ takes place In the material of the bodyof
E. ALEXANDER, little above the sea level tUnt the clusters DO YOU GET UP a violin through the vibrations of required to enforce the law and

of houses or tiny villages arc BARBAROUS ENGINES. A SHREWD OLD LADY. preserve the pence of the community
I the music produced( : and It Is very possible
ATTOUNE\VAT-LAW. built on mounds connected by bridges, WITH A LAME BACK ? that some stages of this change and this statement! Uan Trap and Bprlnv OanM Once> In How She dot Her Wilt Dratted and
nnd little house has ltlWIl
nonrly every Issue of Duo 22 and
are detrimental to the tone. The style is absolutely wholly
a.:.. Kuolvtl Her Lawyer.
ID EUM"laod. ;
Office In Brush Block. ( little moat and Its own little boat of Is said to Influence the false and can only be for the of
playing purpose
Trouble Makes You A
Kidney Miserable. certain
PeLand, Florida. -everything except the people Is on a We wero reminded thu other day or lawyer, fumed for high
Will Practice in State and Federal diminutive scale In Holland moored I same of the IncldeutB of country life I charges/ hud Inclined the enmity ot change, and rest checks It. prejudicing the public ulnlagalnsl

Courts.j near the door so us to be handy Incase I|! Almost everybody who reads the newspapers of former years by tile olierlug for an old lady on account of the same. The maturing of a violin has been myself and Mrs. Post In the cases
Is to know of the
lure wonderful ale Wishing to get even with him she compared with the growth of a child already in court or that come into
of /Hood. The houses, with the ex- at a L.nulon auction mart of a con may
j)R. 0. A. DAVIS 1 ci'ption of the church and the clergy.inlul's | l' 'I lit cures Kilmer's made Swamp-Root by Dr. couple of mail traps."' These engines suited him about drafting her will. An who progrc'sxlvply! bus Increases In wisdom court. Since Mrs.. Berry has been declared
and stature, but of weakness -
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, house. are built of wood on high _* the great kidney liver were once upon a time part of the she was a very wealthy old lady, without due to the stages] sane, she is amenable to the law"
Irregular development
DELAND FLORIDA. piles. 'J'he)' are none of them very old L and bladder remedy.It chattels of well nigh every cousklera- near relatives, she had many charl- of and any further disorderly conduct on

It' us. the plnce bus often been flooded 'u.. It Is the great medical ble landowner and every energetic table associations to benefit, and theaccuiute parts.The her part will tesult In my being compelled -
residence Indiana tone of Instrument Is also
avenue,
Office at -Il triumph of the nineteenth gamekeeper. Another Implement was draft of the will requiredmuch an
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next to Court House. and burned. In Inter Mnrken often gravely I Influenced by the setting up of to send ber to the lock-tip.
1k century; discovered the which patience skill and time.
spring! gun, turned on a Among
Office Honrn: 0 to U. 3 to 4. and 7 to 8. | under. wutel', and the Inhabitants to uae'' II'\\ after years of swivel and discharged Itself as soon a. the provisions she made n generous the movable parts the sound post, the ,I I cannot believe that any reputable
bouts from village
to puss one I4 sclentlflo research by bequest, to this and strings, the bridge and even the pegs. attorneys, such as those who appear on
BAEKECKE, M. D.PHYSICIANRnd | I one of the connecting wires was stumbled lawyer nominated
I Rb. VIDA which
\\ other 'r.IIJ! .cottnges. are painted II I Dr. Khmer the eml-
against, the .muzzle of the gun him executor After the execution of Many instruments lose much of their behalf of Mrs. Bet ry, would have accepted -
blue green or black with pointed gables II -. nent kidney and bladder '
SURGEON. j and roofed with red tiles, are allexactly I-- specialist and Is turning In the direction of the trespasser the will she called for her bill, whereupon power or sweetness If the sound from post the case except on a mtsrep-
Is altered fractional Its
alike and possess only aground wonderfully successful In promptly curing as Indicated by the wire, tbe the lawyer, with the vision of a amount r
. floor built on high piles. lame back, kidney, bladder urlo acid troubles guilty party generally receiving a coatIng ample fees In the prospective settle best position and angle If the bridge Is been made to them.I I
'' Office on East Now York Avenue II| -_. and Bright' Disease which Is the worst of pltcb If of nothing worse. The ment of the estate nud the memory of Inclined a little more or less or shifted |I C. C. POST. '

/ DEL ND, FL0IuDA.J -- -- (form of kidney trouble.Dr. man traps sold tbe other day were the generous bequest, told the old lady or if the strings are not exactly suited i .
{ Kilmer's Swamp-Root .la not recommended the that under the circumstances he to the violin. Some Instruments preferone
I All. l> With Him. probably first some of tbe attendants should
s.J ,,'U'. MUNSON, for everything but If have kidney I aud others another and all
P you pitch HUE ox IROQUOIS.A .
Yon hud n high old time In Eu. I liver or bladder trouble It will be found at the Bale ever saw and were of I charge nothing but dually, to satisfyher I ..
with the weather. In addition to
rope?" lust the remedy need. It has been tested the old formidable pattern-tbnt Is to business scruples, made out a re- vary
, _; F1OMiO'ATtIICPUYtllCTAN.!: i you ceipt III full to date for \ whereas this the best players have moods when Clyde Line Steamer Had a Very
i iOltlce "Yes replied the returned tourist; In so many ways In hospital work, In private Bay, they resembled a glorified gin. $ the .

Second!'; D"-south;;: FIHher's' "I ho of la often blamed for these.
held up In the Apennines and laid up In relief and has proved successful long and were just about three feet In charged would have been $100. -

Drug Store. Rome." every case that a special arrangement has height BO that they would catch a The old hidy marched home with her *The Clyde steamship Iroquois came
OKPICB HOURS 10 to I 12:! a. 81.; 3 to :5>
been made by which all readers of this
paper poacher welt above the knee, and once will set herself to work copied it out CROSSING I THE BAR. Into Charleston last Friday with a fire
and 7 to 8 I p. m. who have tried It have
not already ,
a
may there he would his carefully wqrd for word
nipped remain till leaving out
DeLand Florida. sample bottle sent free by mall also a book In her hold which bad been burning
--- --- cries or tile ordinary round of the the bequest to the lawyer and nominating Alinont All Death Are. Praetlcatlr
CASTOR telling more about Swamp-Root and how to for five bonn The fire was first discovered "
QU. JOHN UEEVEJPHYSICIAN !find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble keepers led at once to his release and a new executor. Without Physical Pain. in the forward
For Infants and Children. When writing mention reading this generous capture. The spring gun gave its In the course of time she died and Death nearly always ensues from Thursday night

.. AND SUltGKOX)' ffer In this paper and alarm, and watchers were speedily in the disgust of the lawyer at the con- cessation of tile heart's action, what hold in the cargo and spread rapidly.

The Kind You Have Always Bought tend your address to :, attendance. There was something very tents of the will was so great that he ever It may be that causes It to atop. The passengers were considerably

Olllce In store recently occupied by ::II'. Kilmer&Co.Blng- jRH. ..,'1"amlon. barbarous about the use. of those engines Inadvertently let out the secret to the Almost the only exception to this rule alarmed for n time and many rushed on ''

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408:! West Bears the / N. Y. The which were not so very long ago huge delight; of his brother law}erg.- Is In the case of poisoning with prussic deck III a panic. Life boats were manned

New York Ave.DeLand :::lllllatureofTit.; regular fifty, cent and Borne.. er 5 ......-_ quite common. lu fact, people need Leslie's Monthly. acid, vthero the whole body becomes for the emergency, but after a short I
loUse sizes sold by all d
are ,-o druggists.
Florida. not be old to have boards dead before the heart to beat.
very seen ceases time the fiie was gotten nnder control :
bearing the legend "Beware of mantraps The aavreil Twelv It 1s. scientifically certain that almost -
PR.) H. D. BRACEY, Were Orvnnn and spring! guns."-London Field. Tbe "patriarchal' and apostolical all deaths, even those that am and< was completely extinguished when '

""'hnt a mendacious duffer you are, DEVOTED WAGTAILS. number of twelve" as the proper and seemingly most agonizing, are practically port was, reached. t

DENTIST. I Phlbbs," snld Dibbs. "You said this Didn't Nerd WH.hln r. only admissible number for a Jury try- without pulii. The fear of extinction The principal damage to the cargo t

wins nn orphan asylum; instead of lhrx Bird Mat. For Mf and Ar.LztremeIy The Alno an uncivilized tribe on the lug cases according to the common law may cause mental agitation was caused by water. The ship was '

Olllce second story McLaurlne Block. which it U. nil old nlen's home." Aireptltfnnt. !Island of Yesso, are not at all fond of bus come down to us from remote antiquity. amounting to pain while consciousnessexists bound for Jacksonville and had about

DeLal' t florl a. ""'ell. you go In and look for an old The wugtiiil frequently migrates bathing. Indeed they sharo the Chinese Yet this number wus not always but that Is quite another thing 2
man who Isn't an orphan. Yon won't from one part of the country to another Idea that It Is only dirty people universal In 1032): a Cornish custom In death by burning pain ceases at an came on by rail to Jacksonville.

VOLUSI1COUNTY ABSTIIACTCO.S find him." and sometimes congregates In who need continual washing. They do to have Juries of six was declared early stage! by suffocation, while n

aocks, but he pairs for life, and the not regard themselves as. dirty and to be bud but evidence was given that man killed by a gunshot wound probably -----
Fearful a....... same pair always reappear, sometimes such juries had been Shall The County. Ilondi
B. Bert Fish therefore dispense with the uncleanly widely] used In does not know that be has been .
Wilson Watts-Hues. jour wife ever scold when they are least expected and all habit. the county, and by a special statute of bit, the action of the bullet being mart- This is a question that the people of .
Manager. Actuary. when you hive been out late at night the more welcome from their occasion.. be Henry VIII. of six
must Juries allowedIn
"You white people verydirty were rapid than the message to the brain DeLand at least answer strongly In
Abstractors of Titles. Potts-Oh, 1.0; she never says a -word! al absence on their favorite lawn ," said an Alno to a traveler a* Wales. Hut the Jury of the graudassize announcing It. For this reason wound ,
She /gets up the next morning about 4 Their devotion to one another Is extreuie the affirmative. A movement was set
the latter was preparing to take a conslxted of sixteen men, which ed men sometimes drop without knowIng -
10(1( W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand. Fla. o'clock and l practices on the piano and as a scene I witnessed some forty plunge/ Into a limpid river "as you tell till nulls n parallel In the Jury of presentments why.In on foot several months ago to Induce

ALFRED HOWARD, I daren't say a word. years ago but which Is as fresh In me you bntbo In the river every day." of the Liberty of the Savoy. client diseases pain Is relieved by to county commissioners to bond the

my memory as If I bad seen it yesterday "And want about yourself?" was the The modern grand Jury, the coroner's suffocation lit the death moment and l county for the purpose of bnllding a

will show question in turn. Jury and the Jury at lunacy and ecclesiastical In fevers the nervous system becomes system of hard surface roads. The De-

SURVEYOR TO BEAUTIFY A wagtail had been killed probably "Oh," replied he, with an air of contempt Inquisitions number anything depressed to such utter apathy as ti Land Business Men's League was organized

--L Florida by a atone and was lying dead In the "I am very clean and have nev. between twelve and twenty-three, Induce quite a painless end. and have been agitating the
C DeLand, middle of the circular drive In front of whereof
, YOUR COMPLEXION "r ni'eded washing! twelve at least must agree on movement very strongly.One ;4f
ESTATE OFFICE OF the Down House. Blandford. The survivor a verdict.-London Law Journal
CITY REAL ------- Me Could Write. of the roads to be considered first
seemed beside himself with
IX TK:> 1M1S! V5IS.ATINOL: Edmond Itostand the groat French become available
funds
should the
Like Eve In "Paradise be -- -- -- ---- Gordon's
grief. 'Sudan Throne. writer, was on one occasion the hero,
''bi- E. H. HAYWARD A "knew not what death was" or, at Gordon's Sudan throne Is a folding of an amusing episode.( During a visit wonla t be> a road from Daytona to the

Agency of the leading Fire Insurance most, the reality was only gradually OFHUMANITY chair bo always silt lu at Klinrtmn: aud to a friend In the country M. Koataud comity seat. This. according to the

Company of America-The Aetna. breaking in upon him. lIe kept running carried 1 with him on his camel Jour- was requested to accompany hint to estimate. of the government good roads,

City property a Specialty.No The t'neiiialeil| lleantlller up to the body with loud and nejs. It was a little straight backed the mulrle la order to register the expert' who was in Daytona a fw

808, Boulevard DeLand. FI.... plaintive] call notes. He called but chair having a skeleton frame of friend's newborn Infant. The adjunct weeks ago. would cost 470.0(10( but the ,

there was no response. He caressedthe round Iron n carpet back and seat, /gilt of the maine, a conscientious little D u.ndlt interested think that.not so 1

body, caught bold of It wiSe his lit- knobs for unmnifiit, and small puds. on I man booked the infant and then turned much cash wonld be required.The 1

V. H. VOORHIS, tle bill coaxed It to move and drew It the arms for comfort. The carpet had to M. lloHtnnil as the first witness. of bonding broached
project was
after him for a yard or two. He even grown dim In the African sun, which "Your name, sir?" "Edmond Rostand."

Dentist tried to rise with It in the air. Then I am compelled by a seme cf gratitudt deprived It of all royal pretensions, so "Your vocation?" "Man of letters and to this commissioners lit"R recent meet

like one distraught, be dashed away to tell you the great good }'mr remedy that when Uordon returned from his member of the French academy." ing and they intlnmted. that if a majority .

Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. to the edge of the gravel drive and has done me in a case of Contagious Blood ; governorship of the Sudan and, suddenly "Very well." replied the official. "You of the property holders of the county -

dashed back again, to Poison. Among other I asked, "Where Is. throne? Has 1 desire for election .to decide
Hours: 8.80 to 12 and L30 to 4 then as quickly symptoms was severely my have to sign your name. Can you slxnlfled, a an <<: .
go through the same uiournf process afflicted with Rheumatism and got It been brought in?" they were all sur write? If not you may make a cross." the matter, they wonld call one. -
es. Sometimes be would fly right off almost past going. The disease got a firm I <1. Ills throne! Nobody had seen Nothing would hello better investment

.--.------ la wavering uncertain Bight as far as hold upon poisoned my system with;the my virus.blood wan I lost thoroughly in. a throne But at length the camp stool It c..... Pretty Slow. for both Dayton and Del,and than a

I the eye could follow him, as though was found( where It had been stowed A man once took a sack of
..... weight was run down had sore throat young/ good highway between the two cities,
Tb. ... be could bear the sight no longer but eruptions, splotches and other evidence away.-Chambers' Journal. corn to an old fashioned. mill to haveIt
and it was built the citizens of the
J' once
most etuetal farmer* without stopping to rest be hurried of the disease. I was truly in a bad shape -- ground Into meal. The mill was fearfully

f 91.5.ad".rd.aer."wb.r.If _allde..... In Furry'" back In'stralghter and quicker flight when I began the use of S. S. S., but the Daman Bottled Joke. slow, only a tiny stream of moid county wonld wonder how they ever
.- enable to tear himself away or as If persistent use of it brought me out of my Not every one bus so successful a trickling out. At last the young mail lived without it.

he hoped that something might have trouble safe and< sound/' and I have the' method with the autograph Head as became Impatient and complained to" Let the good work go on.-Daytona

I ( happened in his absence This long courage to publicly testify to the virtues of Alexander Dumas had Prince Metter- the miller. "Do you know" he amid Gazette News. '

I' RRYi'1 A Ftc' applications will remove inn drawn tragedy, this abandonment! of recommend your great blood it to remedy all blood-poison, S. S. S., and suffer-to Lich once requested an autograph of "I could eat that meal I faster than your'

or sallownnssaiidresloiethe of HiS.YTINOH beauty grief I 'watched from the window tr, sincerely believing if it is taken according htm. Dumas wrote In his best round old mill can grind It." "Yes" repllel Letter to P, B. Bond.

yon .. throughout the afternoon till darkness to directions, and given a fair hand "Kccelved from Prince Metternlcb the miller "but bow long could you -
Is a now tlUunvery, iruaranteud. body bad trial it will eliminate twenty-fire; bottles of his oldest DeLand. Fla
and refunded It (nils to I came on. Next morning the. thoroughly every keep on eating It? "Until I starved, ,
Tbey by are all not.un" sUues..d ZprlIott.5Qd -/fltx remove" Freoclo.money. Pimple Liver Sp >t., I disappeared and I saw the survivor nc particle of the virus /AMES CURKAM. Johannlsberg." Metterulch sent the was the conclusive answer of the
..... tnt tot Rk-heiulii Trinit, Dlnuolomtl ns and more.-It. Boaworth Smith In Nine Stark Hotel, Greensburg, Fa. wine with a good grace young man. Dear Sir: The cheap paint to bay lathe

D. M. flIIR'//'. Dlntla-nrlng Eruptions. Orillaury. oases teentb Century. one that covers more than )'011. 's-,

Detroit, b."JWI... In these lOdu.iN defects, the are wont remove.In 20d5)s) tbe skin Alter will I PaIJ1fut..elling.ln the groins, red ernp Hal For CycllvtM. Cvrlone. think; the cheap one to wear is the one

ba fort, clear, hpa It' y and Led IItilul. tfona upon the akin, sores in the month One of the rules of a bicycle club "There's! one curious thing about discovering that Is young when old.

Price 8
w.promptly obtain. U. 8. *ad ForeignR4TENTS Stitlnoln.: nf ladles testify to tbe merits There Is a large town on the North ls the an symptoms antidote of for this the vile awful disease virus S. S.that S. on both side at once." We suspect Bermuda, for Instance It was discovered 19 /gallons Devoe to paint her house two I""

ern Counties railway which It Is said, that when a cyclist attempts to pass by a man named Bermudei. .
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attacks and destroys the bones.S. It would take ;
even coataheripstneresaltl; j .
.... boasts Itself as possc."lug the most polite S. 8. contains no Mercury, Potash or on both side of a horse "at once" be How be happened to stumble on A 'r
If. that Had S telL
,Mr H3-erewrte&s-Atigusha.Os" gallons
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Is expelled from the club. He Would !
porters on the syscviu. Everything ether mineral ingredient. We offer f place with a dame just Ilk. his beats
1,000
Sept. 20, 'e.I "I can truthful" > OS> IbutHutlno Mr. James house in Cairo .
it certainly I be dismissed from a temperance Ackley' ,
!: II 1. the "Iy thing that mv onKplixlim any xo<.d. 51 y face cured a porter at this station told him able. Home treatment organization. London Tit- (Catskill Mountains), N Y, was minted ,

Bend mafi),sketch or pl.oto ol Invention for and binds.. were entered with rrtoklp.! IIttel'- her ,small luggage bud been removed book giving Bits. T.. Reali....... Devoe; it wore 14'years;;and the paintwas '

rreewport HawwaaounTRIinC on patentability UaftsfQ Pnr rrr book"f"*, . from the carriage to get thereat the symptoms another "Henr you've been speculating,, old 1 In good condition then.'I IB* was goIng "' !I,

reenu ana I -* to that i>f n b.ihv., I osnnut recommendHallnoU of'It from the van. and..tuahlelnfor.interesting A. Steel Genlns.JIgsuiith man. What did' you realise?" to paint, the last we know,, tbonarh.That' .". I
proosf .
." -That fellow Piker Is. certainly "I realized that t blamed fool." .,
bit hlgbl lie returned presently empty handed, S S S was a
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mation about this ; the way to preserve a house; repaint '
NATIONAL, TOILET CO. with the observation: 'Keg pardon disease mailed a clover Ingenious; chap Isn'tho replied the other man sorely.-Cincinnati when
there' occasion.
ma'am bat ye.... a liar. 'There's .nan* free. Our physicians ? Browning-Why, I !ep',"',r Lo.iril: of I Tribune. no ,

,FA a is _xnir.: { tb. 1'8n.' :j | j. S advise free his doing; anything ro" nrUalilc.: ..ltg- I Yours truly

' Sold in DeLand by W.A. AILEN &'utXand "njn, '>outlrailmJUiofficial would ewbowritena. smith-That's Just it. lie uiaui'-icj In !. A woman will protest) that clue ctun'tI IT W DZVOK A Co '

: ) all,leading druggists. | ( have maid "If It'. WtLe Vorld Jll\ girt I Tk. Swift 8p' .ollo C,.P BY, Atlanta, 5.. some way to get along without doluff I stay while she Is taking off bur bat.!I .New* York;

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THE SOUTH TUB COM IN" HECTION. large of friend. and f'o! ...../II!! ............ ........CIII!!'';'
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assembly neighbors .IIIIII.III'CC: : III.III.c: : .'
ALL OVER COUNTY : .
r YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD lOVING/ CUP FOR I THE Monday afternoon. The family extend .c:; : rc; e-.c: : : :C'.c: :: cc: .... c: ... ..
? All the there is
over country hanks to all friends and neighbors for U

1 more heard'about. the South now J. B. STETSONTribute TE.M8 OF INTEREST WAFTED TO kind[ and valuable assistance shown ) WATTS & MILLER it u
luring the sickness and death of the v, ,
Entered wooed In 01.the..matter.Pon'-offioe at Detand Flsas than. any. other section says ,the THE RECORD: OFFICE BY ITS dear, precious wife. May God' richest 1 1/

Savannah News. In the railway CORRESPONDENTS. blessing rest on each one of them.

trains and the of Affection from Heads -- -. .O'Urange HARDWARE FURNITURE
steamships coming
.B. B. VEKTATT, Editor ft Proprietor. Pierson. City. ili it itr
in the Stetson
greatness of the South is a popu- Departments iliili ,
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Harry L. Brown has made lar topic of conversation. and Company and a Memorial of Plerson'g 10.laatrlonslog hauler, Capt Miss Minnie Icing has been quite \

there are many homeseekers' Its Fortieth Anniversary. R H Ashley visited relatives at Palatka sick with the grip. i UNDERTAKING
quite an improvement in the editorial to the South. Sunday last. Oranges are still going oat to cool the JT-ift toto
department of the St. 'coming They are We boast of good behavior. Noesslnirle lever of the invalid. UMr / LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE. FURNI- ,toto,!

to be found on'al1 of the lines of A solid silver loving club, twenty cane of drunkenness was seen at and Mrs Hill are new arrivals at A nitnre and Everything for your home the Best and Latest in "
Augustine Record. travel to this place during the Christmas holi The Fen wick Honse. tlin the Market, and oar prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the toto
leading one or of
some inches tall and having a capacity Uij,; ,
days. The school fine class of Goods we carry. Our Furniture Department la three toto
All the big Flagler hotels, up and other of the Southern states. twenty-three pints, the parting present Miss Bessie Fnren onr faithful deserving I new accessions Orange City recently. has had some II; doom north of oar Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in "

The belief is abroad that the made last evening to John B. Stetson school teacher, visited her sister O O Whist Club oar lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depart. toto''1'
down the met at Capt Clark'sthis Mili
coast are now
open, meat We have the need and will
president of the John B. Stetson Company Miss Nello. teacher at Barbervllle, week. goods you satisfy yon or yonrmoney toto
South is to be the richest part of I There are some floe players back. "
and the season. promises to be the on the eve of his departure for Satnrday. here II )/

' greatest ever known in the state. the country in the course of a Florida. It was also Intended as a memorial We have had hog killing weather Mrs Hardln, of Louisville. returned Ii Careful Attention given all Mail Orders..i.
here last week and this. backbone iliM
comparatively few fortieth anniversaryof Sausage from Miami last week and Is .
I years. to mark the boarding ,
chitterlings, etc are oar favorite ,
+ All devotees of the automobilewill As a matter of fact the South the establishment of the business, articles of diet I with the Misses Harrison.Mr UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. toto:

have. their attention. fixed is now more prosperous than she which occurs on January 14 It was There will be divine worship conduct. I, Tuesday C ;J and Crenshaw is stopping. arrived for here short on .Ii Mr. J. A. Stith, it graduate toto

" ; the events to take intended to have made the presentationon ed at Seville by the Presiding Elder of time at the Honse. a .'. of one of the finest Embalming toto
on racing has been time Orange City
at
, great previous in
; ,,, any that date, bat as Mr. Stetson starts the Volnsia' :circuit Rev PHHCO, Saturday I lI Schools of the country, is in
place next week on the Ormond- her history. She has had several for Florida this week, to be gone until and Sunday. 14th and 15th. drinking Mrs S M\fountain Morse has with provided an automatic the 0 C i)Ii charge of this department and toto.

d. Dayton. beach. years of good prices for her chief Spring, it was necessary to anticipate varied A large this influx place" of traveling Interviewing men our In- valve. Yon press the button and Cozen o II; attention will give: to prompt every detail and careful of this toto"
does the
I products, and consequently her the anniversary a few days. The whole merchants last week. They are preparing rest. it 1i i work. mIi /
What. has. become of the Dally Mr Brown of McKeysport, Pa that
thing was to be a surprise to him and for the new year fill np trade.
in comfortable
t Capitol, Tallahassee. ? Has i it people are very on that account be asked to postpone Among the Invaders to this place fine. tenor is singer who waa here twoyearn ifta Funeral Supplies \Ii
circumstances. That this is trueis ago coming down and will be
' '" turned its toes? This office his departure as that. would have given Satnrday was Mr George Richardson of at The Trues. in Stock.
Always
up shown by the deposits in her Seville, accompanied by Miss Furen, 1 Mih
him of what was going on. il
; an inkling The Trues are expecting eight
: has not seen a copy of this paper the most excellent teacher of the Me more '

, for some months. banks. It was stated by a banker TRIBUTE Of AFFECTION. Glon public school. R[nests M Tucker soon;that Is will Oil up that boas ,.,..,:'-;-:;':-;-:;......;;#. .,..,:..a........':-1.''''' ::.;.a........'::'='''..............',..,......,..,.....;;;;I.,.,. ,.
" of this city recently that the The cup was a token of respect and Marsh hen and snipe hunters, Jake expecting four more the
last of this week or the first of next.
esteem from the heads of departments Harper and Frank Carlile, went out
tumbled banks of Savannah have
,. Cotton has. of late now in the house. All those who were Thursday for game and came home Mrs Rust, Miss Strange Mrs Roeder

'I.E '. that it is now down to 7 cents. more deposits than all the banksof to take part which included all the with 28 doves and qnail and two fine and Wednesday Dr Sinclair. Dr Sinclair arrlveJ.of last Memphis week, FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING
ducks all from 9 shots.
iJ! I.. 'The growers shold reduce the Georgia had fifteen years ago. leads of all departments went out to fenn, is a guest of the Orange City
That sober, all Arcadia
right
" 1 II acreage and let cotton simply be That statement of itself tells a Mr. Stetson's residence Idro, at Ash- gentlemen Mr J J Dnrden pawed young" Hotel. Use Painter's Simon Pure Special No. 1.All 1.

I, remarkable story of progress. wnrne. They arrived there at half-past through here Saturday en route to his The Pattengllls, who were down here
their money crop.Ja.cksonville last winter will be down the last
of
; former Palatkn home and off
f.: The fact that the South is i 6 o'clock and were received by Mr. Stetson stopped his under the Follow-
to spend Sunday with his beautiful week and will put op at the Fen- Simon Pure Special is Shipped
' In the large reception hall The wick. That will fill the Fenwlck
the metropolis prosperous is not known alone' at best girl. np #
entire then. ushered Into the onlnss some one 0
party were goes away. ing Tag.
r of Florida is doubt entering is in all Paymaster clerk yeoman Lawrence
no home. It known partsof dining room, where dinner was spread.On Duncan Morrison, a trnsworthy mem- The high award which the Orange

ti the new year with the brighter; the country, and. the consequence the conclusion of the last course ber of the United States navy, departed City Loultt Mineral has set'Water everybody received talking. at and St

, % prospect it has ever had for its is that thousands are be- William F. Fray first vice president of Friday Jan 6th. to report for duty at they expect to see this town boom. SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1

growth and prosperity. ginning to look in this directionfor the company on behalf of the'givers, the resume Norfolk his duty Virginia there. navy yard, to Large quantities of the water are being
made the presentation speech dwelling hipped ont of here every day.
BY
i homes and investments. We are sorry to note this fact in onr MANUFACTURED
y ; Ex-Gov. Jennings has moved on the long association of all of them items that nor kind old comrade Dr The Orange City Hotel had seven new
from the arrivals Mr E. O. FERTILIZER COMPANY
Farmers on Monday. They PAINTER
are coming were:
head the and Kerr
with the of house expressing George of Alhambra Grove, this
to Jacksonville where he will be and Mrs\ Knox, ot Johnstown. N Y Mrs
;
\ East and from the West. They their respect and affectlon.for him. place, is sorely afflicted with rheumatism I C Curtis, of Fnlton. N Y; Mr and Mrs JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

chief counsel for the million dollar will take up the vacant lands Mr. Stetson was taken completely by and his suffering is so severe that Hake, of Cambridge: Mass; Mr and Mrs

I i yW, Trust and Banking Company, and turn them into profitable surprise, but he managed to say a few for the to past attend few days to his he has proffesslonalduties. been unable Cole and,, of O,Boston.is also a, guest Mr Boyden, of Cleve- Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals.

there.. words of thanks.DESCRIPTION .
h: recently organized hearty
I farms, and capitalists are comingand .
OF CUP. Magistrate J E Cede a successful Port Orange. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS.
The Miama Metropolis has they will put their money The cnp Is a beautiful specimen of planter and stock raiser of Little Egyptin ; Ammonia actual and potential.not less than..2!! per cent

I changed handsthe property passing into factories and mines.It the silversmith's art. Around the tops \Vest hogs,Pierson.slaughtered who owns and a sent good to stockof the Foash Derived(K 2O),from water Sulphate soluble,ot not Ammonia'less th in........ .. ... ... .. VI per coot
, hasn't been so a wreath in high relief of oak leaves cold The wedding bells continue to ring Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than .. . .. ......... .... .... 6 per cent
,; into the hands of the Dean many years storage plant in Stetson Thursday On last Sunday night Mr J W Bentett insoluble, Phosphoric Acid not less than.... .. ........ .... 1 per cent
I since the out bound freights of aDd acorns, emblematic of strength SilO( pounds of ham for treatment. Jim and Miss Mattie M Morris were happily Moisture, at 212Fahrenheltnotexceeding.! .... ..,..... .. It per cent
Brothers,of the West Palm Beach Below is a festoon of Ivy, indicative of Is one of oar progressive farmers and married at the home of tbe bride's Chlorine, not exceeding. .., .. ... ............ ... .. .............
'\ News and a newspaperman from the Ocean Steamship Company friendship, and below are four small fruit growers.: parents. on Dunlawton Ave, J L Pat- This Fertilizer is made from Sulphate of Ammonia,Sulphate of Potash and

Alabama.. consisted almost entirely of cotton wreaths of laurel, signifying success. Capt F D Harper and J B Bradshaw tillo officiating. Dissolved Boneblack. .. .
of West Pierson, W H Woodard and
Miss Morris was most beautifully and
lumber, naval stores and On the front of the cap is an inscrlp- M J McLendon of Bakersbnrg and W H costumed
The Daytona Daily News has vegetables. Now the ships are ion, which reads:- Stone of Eldridge report the close of the tastefully attractive than, on and her was wedding nevermore Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida.

I made its appearance for the sea laden, with all sorts of manufactured "Presented to John B. !Stetson bv hislentenants sugar and syrup grinding and boiling. day.. Miss Morris baa been greatly admired Write for Special Cash Discounts. 'b r
season with a total of nearly 2000 gallons .
by all who have kuown her and
son and is brim full of spicy news. goods for the Northern on the fortieth anniversary of splendid syrup and quite a her many friends join with The RecordIn

., The Daily News is' pu blished during markets. No doubt a similar the founding" of the John B. Stetson. qnanit of fairly good sugar. wishing for her a great measure of E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY,

Company. On last Thursday, the 0, a etork happiness
January, February and Merch change has taken place in the On the other Hide Is Mr. Stet8t>u'. winged its way to the home of Mr and ; Bennett Is a young man sterling JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

t GazetteA cargoes that are shipped North monogram in gold. Under the handles Mrs Andrew BrndshitW of Daytona and worth and his friends are showeringupon
left a dainty little pound girl, and allis him their most hearty congratulations
the of those who it.
are names
form other Southern ports. gave well. Monday both the grandmothers : --
A People are coming and Thero are thirty-one of them and the Mrs Bradshaw of West Pier. Mr and Mrs Bennett began house
The average. pay of the public moneyis average length of time they have beenIn ion and Mrs Neal Douglas of Astor keeping Monday. and were treated to a i WILLIAM KOLMON-- .
being invested in the South BO left poat-haste by train from this placeto rousing serenade night.
school teacher in Indiana is esti the service of the firm Is within a that

mated.by the State Teachers As- quietly that few realize how few months of being twenty-five years.Philadelphia babe.visit the yonng couple and the first -Glenwooa.Services -- Pealer in New and Second Hand Furniture

great the change is that is taking Press Jannary 6th. ,
sociation to be $420.82 Sergt Irea Beeves still wears a broad.
per year. place but when investigationmade is --- smooth smile, all on account of a happy
night at the church, DeLand and Orange City F .
about every ,
This is $200 less
a
New Year arrival his home
year THE CITY COUNCIL at of a
it is seen that a. wonderful conducted by Rev West during week P
bouncing 11+ who made his ,
than the of a street pound eon .
average pay transformation is going.on. appearance on New Year afternoon. of prayer.P I Are you in need and expect to purchase furniture and general house
; cleaner in New York. First 1905 Session Held Last hold for home? If so visit either of stores DeLand
No doubt The little man has fnH charge of East 0 Spronl of Sagarland, Texas Arrived goods your one my -
the ]high price of Turpentine City and Mr Reeves lays on Monday and will visit a few or Orange City-and get my prices and inspect my Stocks. The Best

Not all the horrors of sudden cotton has done much to draw Monday Night.The all the Haw Creek section! can be counted days with his father and daughter Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the goods and the price
safe and harmonious for prosperity Ethel. will suit you, or your money back. I have just the goods you need.
and bloody death are associated attention to the South, but now city council held its first 1005 ses- and friendship. My Second Hand Goods Departments, at both stores are complete \

t 'i with war/ During the twelve that; she is attracting attentionher iou Monday night! with Alderman After a very pleasant New Year outing Five ladies trom Lee county ,111, have and some rare Bargains can be had in the departments. I buy and
rooms at Mrs Shoemaker's. Mra S E
loud. President Woodall, Bnshnell and hand household Don't
sell second goods. to call.
forget give me a
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of .several
% months ending June 80th last) advantages will become Woodward present, and the following days to Bainbridge and. Trowbridge. Mrs Crombie, Miss Run .
business transacted Juthbert, Georgia! Lake City .and Jacksonville dolt, Mrs M A Trowbridge\ and.danghter; DeLand and Orange City.
better known and her : WM. KOLMON
8,787 persons were killed and progressin Miss Legette! Hxgatrom one of Mrs H Cortilght compose the party.A .
The marshal reported fines and sanl Person's beautiful and ------ -- ---
51,843 injured as a result of railroad wealth and population in the accomplished company of 14 sat down to dinner
... ary collections of $85.73. and the clerk young, ladles terminated her Fri.
stay last week. all from Illinois and the 15th
: ,'accidents in the United next few years will equal anything reports water rents collected to the day. Miss Lpgette accompanied her J

, ;wv States. of the kind that has been amount of$90.83. sister Miss Eleanor and friend Miss one see so was many in tbe from hoa the e. eome We don't State often to "..........,..............._......_.....,._..................,_._..........._....._....
The city engineer reported several Pauline Gunter on their return to the c: c:
known in this country.The opened cords of wood Cnthbert school gether. They usually representSevern"States. i
tape eighteen
I :.' Only domestic, "rates of post- burned and ten in the yard. The Pierson people proudly challengesany "' ill.> Never Before ((1i

age will be,, required .by the new winter schedule of the On motion it was decided to confer little town her size in the county Mrs Bredow 'Sr passed away Dec
with property holders regarding the chat can produce a better public school 28th at the age of 86 years 4 months )/ .
treaty governing the rates of Florida East Coast with its U after nearly 4 months' suffer if j1
Ry., widening and improving of Alabama than ours. Mrs Mary Catherine of days (t f\ Have we carried a more
; postage between this from.Vuorhls Daytona inoved to this last week ing. Infirmities old age and heart
country magnificent vestibule and parlor avenue avenue to Boyn place
and. ton's sooth line. and will soon start. S more pupils which disease. She was a sister of the late (t j\ Complete.Stock of mt'
Panama.
The Government cars, went into effect this week. will make the school bordering on to Judge Stone. She was born In New
Notice
w.Iveo of ordinance for 't't
/ an
has made its mind that Minis- the fifty the rolls. The following York state went to Michigan where
up the finest trains names on -
They are that the contraction of a sidewalk on the 'FURNITURE
her first husband died leaving her with t t
is the roll of honor for week
ter Barret shall be able north side of Bowery avenue from the past :
! to
buy pass over a Florida road. Charlie Smith Elmo and Stella Home one son, who died 13 years ago, leavinga
Boulevard to Alabama W
r something at home prices. avenue Isaac[. Powell Willie Ashley Frankie wife and two children. She then
Warrants drawn for the following $ Everything for home-the latent in style-the beat
were Lena Maggie and Pierson. married Mr F Bredow who died 14 your W
Notwithstanding the prediction bills: Arvid Hilina and Rudolf Eugene years ago, leaving her with one IOn F that is made. We want to take you through this. department -

Lake County, once upon a time of the Hon. James E. Alex- Pay Roll .. ..... .. ... ...$215.00 Annie and Frank Mlnshew Peterson Mary W Breilow. She has. lived in the house /11 of our Store You will find the roods you want and N.tt!

r' had a Good Roads Association, ander to the the Hon. Electric Light & Ice Co ..... 117,21Chos. Lntte, Ivory and blurry\ Hall, Robert with him ever slnco. She was laid to //J\, at prices that jhI

contrary, &e ely. .... .. .. .. 300 and Jimmie Jones, Janie Woodard.Mr rest in Stone cemetery beside her hus !W I
and trace CAN'T BE DUPLICATED !m 1!
we can every foot of: Frank Clark has his certificateof Marshal Stevenson .h0 baud Fnnmal services were conducted

k; good roads we have in the coun- election to Congress from the Kurtz ..... . .. .... 1350 and Mrs J W Frank comer of by Rev West at the house at 1Q a m. !f! ." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. /1)qi )
; Chas. Davie.. .. ... ... .. 3500: Lake Hester Beach Drive and Maryland Dec 39 The friends and neighbors all
ty back to the seed sown by this Second District of Florida. News "" ... ... . .... ... 814 avenue of Emporia, entertained followed her remains to their last. resting Undertakers and Embalmers|
association. Why not revive the J. B. Turner. .. .... ..... 13.20 very delightfully a select company of 12 place and sympathize with the eon t t C
Boynton.. ...... ... .. .... .... 1.flO guests at a party of three tables, progressive and three grandsons in their beroar- n .
a association and put new life into Governor Broward, in his inaugural W. C. Cannons. .. .... .. .. 86.70 euchre Tuesday evening Jan ment. Floyd was on his way home Full Line of Fine Goods JJ[ .

a this, the, most important), matter address, said he was Isley, Doubleday. & Co. .. ...., 23.117 ird. This was the first of a. series of from Michigan bat failed. to get throughIn
;1 R. P. Walters. .. .. .... .... 8405 the New Year progressive euchre time for the funeral Always on hand. !
the people have before them to- grateful to his friends who stuck McLeod .. .. . ... ... ..... 8.57 parties given at Emporia. The pretty /I1 t /j\t

day-Umatilla Progress.; by him in the primary; but it is Rovers Bros .. .. ... .. ..... 823 parlor was tastefully and Appropriately
I Jeff Barrie. ... .. ..... ..... 1305 decorated. for the occasion. From floor n J. F. ALLEN &
his purpose to be the governorof J. A. 1.80 to ceiling were suspended bright .

The people of New York state no faction of his of Watts & Miller . ... .. .. 81.70 Japanese red. white and blue lanterns r.1 CO.fc
are '''determined. to have good party, no O. A. Dreka. ... .. ... .. ... 29.09 and two medium sized American flags John B. WelchOrange ... /II!! rrrrrr.!f'o........_._._..............,..,....... ,
special friends, but the governorof H. Williams... ... .. ... ... 1.26 were hung on either side of the entrance .or C':eo:eo:C':eo:eo: eo:c: f:':eo:c:ce-: : ::
Those
roads. interested in the all the people of Florida. Bond Lumber Co. .. ..... ... 1.03 to the parlor. While the inter .

good roads movement are John Mason.. ... .. .. .. .. 001 esting game was in progress: a nice
plan-
: .' John O.. Christopher.. .. .. 8.80 selection of music was rendered. After City, Florida, ...................... .......................
ning, when the next legislature The Flager road to Key West Scott Hodgkin. .. ....'. ... .75DELAS1V3 the game choice refreshments were
meets: to ask for a bond issue of will be the most --- served. Those who won prizes were: =:
., unique one in Mrs E A Howard. first ladies' prllira: TEE w. BOND co
.t $50,000,000 for road Improve- America. It will pass over 21 I .FIRE DEPARTMENTElection J A Harper second ladles' prize; Fancy and Staple Groceries i i
J P Felt and W W Madison M M H MMI H B H >H
'f ment. The :plan is to improveone miles of trestle work, along the .of New Officers for the Present Major for first gentlemen's Capt prize, bat MMM H HMMi M W

mile in ten of all the,. highways ; Florida Keys, and will involvethe Year. later it was awarded to Capt Madison Tobacco Cigars :. Manufacturers of .

;, in all the counties in the The DeLand Volunteer Fire Department Those participating were Mrs E A ,
million
expenditure many held Its annual meeting Tuesday Howard Mrs E M Harteam Mrs M M ; Orange Box Material, Pineapple? Crates, Peach 5
State and expend the money at of dollars in its constructionfrom night and the following were elected Miner, Mrs Bradley, Mrs i L Howard

the rate of "$5,000,000 a year, so the present terminus, south officers of the Department. for the ensn Mrs Caulking, Miss Nellie Mann MajorJ DI 00005 3 Crates, Orange and Peach Baskets, Strawj:
ing year: P Felt Capl Madison and Stephen V\\!: ,

6 >" I as to have complete highway improvement of Miami to TCey West, a distance President 3. B Wright; vice-Preei- Bishop of Eldridge, and J A Harper and 5 berry Baskets! etc. J ,
wife ,
from
:'in the .State Pierson. j
,within of 180 miles. From Key dent C. O. Codrington; Secretary, N.
B. Montrenlle.W. She has entered into rest. One by Shoes Hats Etc i Orders Filled Promptly and
ten from the ; shipped AnyJ J
years beginning o f West to Cuba, a distance of 8*. B. one they are passing to the great! be- ,
Fndger
the work; miles; it is proposed to take and J. A. Allen assistant was re-elected Chief. Chief, yond. I It was on Sunday morning, the> 5 where. -
8, tbat death made its solemn call at t .
trains across in great bats Foreman of Hose cart No 1, G. E. the happy home of Capt John I Been .
d The National Good Roads Association constructed especially for that Berry with A. D. Smith as assistant of Emporia, where he selected the dear best and Freshest Canned J Address :

'will meet in 'Jackson Foreman Hose cart No 2, 81 Wright est one on earth to both husband and< The I constantly on band, THE W. BOND
purpose. Both passengers and with Utttchie Pooser assistant. children leaving blank despair aDd and all firs class Groceries 5 P., J JS

'ville next' week. All Florida i is freight; cars will be taken : The new members elected were unutterable grief to both. This visitation for your table.
; ,catching the 'good ;roads fever, aros GoorgerBolles. Will Shtl to the island of.Cuba. -
i Voorhls and Hayes Fanning. beet citizens. The monster robbed him W

f; -and result may in the meeting; next week The Department will give. a banquet of While his the beloved death. of wife Mrs and Been companion bad been Produce 3fefea............. .................... .....iaa '
creating Country Bought
an even stronger GOT. Browird for Good RD.... I some time in February and a com
expected for several weeks the shoe!
inittee was appointed to for
sentiment over the state for In a letter from Governor Broward, this event. arrange came sudden and great to the commnni

better highways. Nothing brings4r' appointing the editor of The Record a ty. The deceased was born in Fenn Orders receive careful attention BOND LUMBER COMPANY: '
_ ';mmlDn.I sylvania and was reared in Florida. I
: a.tstqcounty'or, community delegate to the National Good Road GENERAL L E and delivery prompt: You will
I She was an earnest and devoted Chris find low the low
my prices as as
,. 'r ; greater s good!,than a system ofA Association to convene In Jacksonville Te be Observed, the D Land tlan and of an exceptionally kind and est. i Will quote you price and supply you from their yards near the 4- Aat DeLa-
t'....., '' next week, he says: i I I I Cb.purI loveable disposition. Besides her grief with the. beet cypress and yellow pine <'SDl...
fine hard roads.People
want to I the
"The subject of good roads"now U. D. C. I I stricken husband" and two children Mrs
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';-wt.. lire, and will invest'their money agitating the public mind and I knowof 'i.The I ninaty-eighth. anniversary of the I mourn Been leaves her a untimely large circle demise of friends'' The to Gin He a Call. Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, Turnings '
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"d ::;:where they find the country:inter.with no matter of pnblio Improvementthat birth-day of General Robert R Lee will I funeral service was held in the Dr '" '
> itch:' be of be observed by the U. D. P. at the court Belong| and Been home by that able SHINGLES LATH ETC.
iiplis.ed i good Kotb can greater[ moment to the house Jan. .
.. d bring Volusia 'greate f people, I hope thst.jon will find it eon-' lair, and members. 10th 1003 of,the 7.80: O.oclock.A. R.Los will'>The minister bereaved, AeVA. family J Reamey ha*.,of tha DLan sincere< All Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere In tDON'T \ L 1

,.i"I" .., to attend the convention be the guests of the U. D O. for the 1 heartfelt sympathy of 'be'u&lre com John B. Welch
jpe. Naa sue; hard roada n this lion. f
evening. Christopher Matnenonwill
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that the delegates there asaembleil may inanities of Emporia. Eldrlge and PIer.
: "t i;,.Kid+l4oa't. ..MM'Snd-across .have the benefit of your knowledge on' deliver invited.an address.. The public' son In this their sad>hoar of sorrow"The I II W R EJ Job Work.f '
cordially remains were Interred in the. Em >
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I Fresh line Garden Heeds at Fisher's. Garden Seeds of all kinds ...,.. .... .. ,... .. ... ... :<
, LOCAL SYNOPSIS.; Fresh and 1'1 > \ \- .' .I.-" : .. ,:; ,,' ,,,(
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guaranteed at Flsher'a. r:. ..>.-r.I'.'",."'* ,./... ..."r..."'..,...>_I."I..., _. _
Hon. E. W. Bond was at the county
seat from Lake Helen Monday. Mr. and Mr. R. O. Bnshnell returned ,1
I FOUNTAIN'S and Shoe Stose.
this week from a trip to South Clothing, Furnishings ,
THE IMPORTANT NEWS IT KM* OF Henry J. Clifton was at the county Florida.

I THE PAST WEEK. seat Saturday from the north end. Miss Louise Tanner will compliment rr":{.

Mr. H. B. Stevens is a delegate attending a number of her friend with a danoe at Walk.
G. A. Dreka & Co. the Putnam this, Friday, evening. au Overs
Weal .. ,. sonville. Mr. G Prentice Carson returned I
...... \ Mention of F_. .. President/ Halley and Dean Farriss Saturday from Jacksonville where she '1 ;'

Been kjr oar B.po...... passed the holiday with her mother. New Line 1905'I
are at Jacksonville attending the'Baptist
convention.Mr. Remember the hour and date! Friday .
are now offering some rare r W. S. Taylor Denltst. evening Jan., 20 at 8:15: Dr. Hut Oxfords in ;!
and Mrs S. D. Jordan
paid Daytona ley' Humorous Lecture and Recital.
in WINDER DRESS Watermelon seeds at Fisher' Black and .jRusset'
a visit Saturday returning the Mr. and Mr. S. A. Wood have re..tedthir .
GOODS in order to make Dr. Mellette'i Remedies at Allen's.New first of the week. home to Dr. Brown and family of "

Florida Carlos and Postal at Major C M. Bingham and Mayor New York, and have rooms at Mrs.

room for their heavy stock of Brill's. Charles L. Smith, of Daytona, were De- Thomas R. Webb's.

The winter strawberries will shortlybe Land visitors Sunday. Mr. D K. Blyston and family and

Goods At the Auditorium Friday Jan., 20th Mr. A. J. Pipes and family are a plena-.
In
Elegant Spring market. Best Ladles Shoes
ant party of Ohio people, at Dr. Pat- ;Q,
at 8:13. Don't miss the
Seasoned oak: wood for sale. Applyto : opportunity for ton's cottage for the season.
enjoying this rare treat. Best-'l
1' which will be displayed soon. C. 0. Fanning the Ice man. Rev. J. E. Mickler is reported very
The Waverlyl doing a nice business
ill at Daytona Mrs.
Judge McCrory
Mr. Robert Jones was at the county :
this season Mrs. Drake ha a full hastened there Thursday in response to Chldleren Shoes atFOUNTAIN'S
Beautiful Lot of Rugs seat from the north end Monday house of pleasant people. a phone from Mrs. Mickler, her daugh j

The Cranford Club met with Mrs. J. The ter.

of all sizes and kinds to be H. ITibbard Wednesday afternoon. heavier orange this year growers than are ever fertilizing before.: Mr. and Mfs. Stetson arrived from Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe Store.

Philadelphia Thursday night, and are
Messrs Rosattter and Padgett were They are preparing the trees for
a big
out at their home "Gillen." Mrs. Stetsons m-a.> .H>-+>>">> .m.a. "d L re
had at low at bloom and .
very prices Enterprise visitors to DeLaud Wednesday a big crop mother. Mrs. Ben Shlndler:: of T. .--
Dreka's. Mrs. J. L. True of' the True Hotel, Orleans, Inn, also arrived the same .

Blankets and Comforts at E (II. Hayward Invites attention to Orange City and her daughter Mrs day, and will visit with her daughter Mrs. E. L. McBride will give a tea at Car of Tkaaks.

I peach. trees of his new variety, the Arthur M. Stlllman. of Pensacola were for the winter. her home on Howery avenue on Monday I We extend sincere thank to friend
all prices. "Rival. at DeLand Monday, shopping.Real Mr. M. Bridges, an octogenarian, of afternoon for the benefit of the Ladle for their kindness-and expression: of .
Estate Nnckols Glasgow Ky., who came to DeLand a Aid Society of the Presbyterian church. sympathy in our bervaveuont .
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Craig. moved Agent 801.th month ago accompanied by a son, died Everybody is invited to come and bring J. T. VINZANT. .
into the Stetson cottage on Minnesota past week to Mr. Edward Z Collins, of Thursday afternoon. The body was with them a silver offering to Increase I MARIE VINZANT. J

Everything in the line of I Ave. this week. New Jersey the Mrs. Wetherell grove embalmed by undertaker Stith. and prepared the funds of the church. ,i
sontheast of town and 70 acres of pine for shipment to the Kentucky
Groceries to be had at Dreka's The oranges Geo. Dreka is shipping home. The remains leave today accompanied Marsh's Meat Market. SPECIAL NOTICE

I Try our Ferris hams. fine from as the.Florida Huntoon ever Island grove are as land.Mr.. ana Mrs H. M. Burrows arrived -by the son. The very best Western and Florida The next visit of 1

grew. from Rnngeley, Maine, the latter partof For Wife Insertion.Tuesday meats can always be had at the Marsh DR. E. T. ALLEN OF
All kinds of fresh TAMPA.
Vegeta- Mr. J. H. Davis of Shnlbyvllle, Ky., the week and will spend the balanceof Market Tbe choicest Rests, Steaks, ,

bles and fruit on sale. Leave I has accepted the position at the stetson:: the winter with Mrs. Burrows'sister, for criminal Walter conrt under W. Rush the was charge held of etc Chops,The Beef,standard Mutton and Pork Sausage, THE ,I

office as assistant to Mr. Hon.E. Mrs. W. S. Taylor.A wife desertion the packed meats on Eye Ear Mos and Throat Surgeon ;
order in advance for by Daytona Mag- hand. Try Marsh's Market and get the ,
I your H. Hayward ha the finest stock of number of the strangers., gentlemen istrate. He was placed under $300 bond best for your home. to DeLand. will be '

Fresh Strawberries. Come 7 Peach trees ever brought to DeLand, pleasantly! pass the morning hoursin for term his of appearance the criminal before court the February Sheriff MARSH BROTHERS. I Saturday, Jan. 2i

i examine our stock of Gro- I among which i, his new Rival. Now Is a room at the city council building; Turner captured Rush at Tampa and ..
I the time to buy. l-14-2t. fixed up for their convenience by the took him before the Daytona officer, -----

ceries. WH have had two cold snaps within city council and Mayor Bly. where his wife lives.

I the past ten days. The mercury was Miss Sallie Morgan the Lexington EIiPerklnll---
Coming.
down to about the freezing point Ky., society belle, who was at DeLand J. H. PAX TON
several mornings. last winter the guest of Mrs. E. T. Ell Perkins, unquestionably the !greatest .
humorist In America and having a
G. A. Dreka & Co. Dr. and Mrs Lindley, who lived Gross, will arrive today to remain a world wide reputation as a witty
month with the same lady.G. Cleaveland
here many years agj, are spending the lecturer, will be at the High School Block, DeLand.
A. Dreka & Co. are selling out Auditorium Monday night, February
winter Melrose Hall, arriving from 6th, and he will have a crowded hou e.
I their Ohio home last week. what is left of their winter stock at He comes to DeLand through the effortsof ........,...,.....".."..,..,...
attractive prices They want room for Principal Hnlvey, and a per cent of
Choice oranges tangerines, or grapefruit an elegant line of spring goods; coming. the admission fee !goes to the public Fresh Packed Goods
I nicely pecked for shipment North See their announcement this week. school building improvement fund.
to friends. The finest fruit. to .
Apply --- -----
Mr. Brill has received the
just largest
T.rings.If E.Arnold 1, DeLand. Phone 93, two and finest lot of genuine Alligator Candidate for Page of the house The Best in the Market.

Leather goods ever shown In UeLand. Master Dick Bennett, whose mother
all places of Florida are crowded formerly lived at DeLand, now living; I and Fresh Packed Canned
Latest Handbags from $:) 00 to $13 (00. am now receiving opening my
with winter visitors as DeLand Is, theprevent Pocket Books from $1.00 to $4.50 each In Jacksonville, is out as a candidatefor Goods of every description, all from standard houses which
page of the next House of Representative
season is a record breaker In the The Joe May houseon, Minnesota Ave to meet in April. Dick ia a send out only standard articles, and if not as representedyour
matter of the Dumber of tourists comingto bright and deserving and Messrs. back. Canned Fruits and
boy. Vegetables carefully
money
caught fire, on the roof, about two
.. the State.:: Smith (land Sparkman of this
The ArmsDeLAND county selected and of the 1904 gather.
o'clock Sunday afternoon, but
College Judge Stewart purchased from the was extinguished should see that he gets the place.
before it had made much Senator Sams, who yields a great Influence -
horses fine for
Colyer car load of a one A Fresh Line of Cereals
headway. The damage will not exceed during the sessions of the ,
himself and a pretty black pony for his Legislature, will no doubt assist the

son Tom, who is making good use of it 10.Put little Volnsia man in his candidacy Breakfast Foods Biscusts Fancy Crackers and Cakes right
under the saddle. your peach orchard out this .- ;
FLORIDA Mrs. Geo. W. Fisher is spending; the month. Mr. E. W. Bond Is going into The Second Number In the University: from the :Factories, and the l best> you ever had, carefully selected -

week in Jacksonville, delegate from the this Industry out at Lake Helen. You Lyceum Course. for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.

Opens for Guests December 29 Baptist church of this place to the will find that the peach. : business pays Friday evening Jan. 20th. Dr.Hnlleywill Line of Groceries
State Convention of Baptists, in annual .an well or better than the orange in- give the second number in the Uni- My Fancy
session at that place.* dustry.Mr. versity Llcenm Course. This entertain .
ment will consist of a Humorous Lecture Will be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
Mr. Lnkens was here from Orange T. C. Search, who has been in Recital by this distinguished lecturer -
standard ever went into the homes of the DeLand people
Under the of JOHN Q. HOLLAND City Monday. He peopleare DeLand week his President of Stetson Univer ,
management says many a or so getting family now
and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the
going to Orange City that they located in the Monroe house, returnedto city He will make it a point not only
at pr-<.' nt manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE to amuse but also instruct his hearers people, give me an order and you will continue to have the
have the of the .
He
using
will
opportunity Philadelphia Saturday. return -
as he will mingle humor with sound goods thereafter, sent to your home.
HOTEL; Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack Orange City Mineral Water. to DeLand about the first of common sense. No one can afford to

Mountains.\ ) For rates and other information Mr. P. O. Spronl, formerly in the February. miss such a treat, given for such a 'wor Honest floods, Full Weight,Careful Attention, Prompt Delivery
newspaper business at this place, for Several of the DeLand'people will thy cause, and delivered by so eminent
apply before November 15 to Mr. Holland a speaker as Dr. Lincoln Halley,
,
the past fonr or five years living in witness the automobile races on the
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iStockholders' PAXTON.
Blue Mountain\ Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. Texas, arrived Sunday last and sill Ormond beach next week. Already Phone 79 J. H.

again reside here and at Glenwood. there have arrived one hundred machined Meeting!
HOLLAND can addressed at to take part in the event. The The annual meeting of stockholdersand
Mrs. Starke, at her Beresford grove,
directors of the Volnsia
Is growing a crop of line lettuce for the most costly and fastest" machines in the County ............ .....- .
Bank was held Tuesday, Jan., lt(>th. :.:!I' "' a.I! :.:!I :.:!I. "' .:!IIo
THE COLLEGE ARMS Northern markets. The Starke boys world will be there to try their speed 1905. ", "' :::i.i: __;;;; ::ss.i: __'.... ;;;; __:::i;_. .

are very successful in growing this crop and contest for the prizes. Officers for year 1005 were electeted h

DeLand Florida and for years have shipped fine crops. The little child< of Mr. and Mrs JohnT. as follows: A. D. McBride, President; 1
Frank E. Bond, Cashier: S. A. Wood
Mrs. A. M. Heath and children ar- Vinzant died Sunday night last, Assistant Cashier; F. N. Conrad; As. jjj, Choice Lot Fresh .

rived from Chicago Saturday and are .after. short illness. The funeral ser eistant Cashier: ; F. J. Niver Teller. \li
Examination of bank affairs directors
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vices conducted Monday afternoon by
occupying their winter home on Michigan were
and stockholders revealed most \fi.
-- -. Ave1'' Heath will be down from the residence, its little remains satisfactory condition.As a Garden Seed for l ln {'

FOR SALE-Thoroughbred White Hog License Notice. later in the season to remain until being laid to rest in Oakdaln, Mr. J. A. a mark of appreciation of employees 1 m

Leghorn cockerels, seven months old spring. Stith undertaker. The sympathy of all for services rendered a present of '

'1.\11.( Eggs for hatching 81 per dozen. I am now ready to Issue dog tai x Mr. L. H. Roberts was in town from the people are extended to the bereaved 5 per cent. of annual salary was given \

Throop Poultry Farm. Enterprise Fla. licenses and collars for the year 1903(r Orange City the first of the week. Mr. parents.F. each. Spring/ Planting u;
Parties owning dogs: and neglecting: o A ten per cent dividend was declared. |
s.--- ------ ---u-r refusing tt procure license for same cal Roberts has so far shipped 8,800 boxes N. Conrad, assistant cashier of the Directors for ensuing year:

Insure with expect their dogs to be killed as I propose from his groves at that place, and the Merchants Bank at Daytona, ac- A. D. McBride, Frank E. Bond J. B.
to strictly enforce the ordinance 1 ii Conrad F. N. Conrad, S. A. Wood, C. I
companied by E. L. Bond,
is the time he has received, he came over
prices says are
Now relation to taxes on dogs. Your promp A. Miller, A. S. Manson F. R. O borne. at FISHER'S.Ii
in .
from
Daytona Tuesday an automo
satisfactory
cash for losses. attention is requested Geo. E. Davis.
Spot should HENRY STEVENSON DeLand Nursery-E. H. Hayward bile. On the way across the country 's !m.i! \li

U be protected.R Marshal of DeLand, has just received, a fine lot of peach one of the tires burst and they were J, \

have rf rv..w.rwrn.rnr..e..e..w..rnvvlAT ... .... .,. ..... fIo..L..Ji:
you insured? trees that were budded for him by Mr. obliged to a returned new one sent over by .ee. -._ _-:_.C_:,.eo:_ _e-:,. .f.c.-......: ....
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company reliable. O. L. Taber. He also ban a variety of express.Wednesday. THE CHURCHES.At .
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list Few people realize the money there is VatotWTM .T Send for his
plant them. price
Vy/nen does your policy expire: ? In growing sugar cane. Mr. S. J.
C Mrs. John Olsen, who has been a St.! Baruabas. W. A. ALLEN 3fc CO
Is jour policy In force? patient sufferer for months, died last Hodges planted a half acre last year, St. Barnabas' Episcopal chnrch Jan.
and from this small piece of land he
15tb Second Sunday:: after Epiphany:
number sixteen. Thursday night. The fnneral services
Telephone > sold in the market 2.800 canes at 5 cents 10 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a. m. choral
HON INSURANCE AGENCY. were held Saturday interment in Oak- each or $115. In addition to this he has celebration of Holy Communion, with Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
i dale J, F. Allen & Co, Undertakers.The sermon; 8 p. m. Junior Auxiliary meet
100 of fine
gallons as syrup as was ever
Record extends its sincere Ing and service.
|U will find us at -t to the bereaved husband sympathy manufactured, all from one half acre of ,

Stetson and DeLnnd. Hon. J...... W. Perkins yet has about land.Messrs Methodist Episcopal Church !South.! Stationery,
W. H. McBride. L E. Causey Sunday school 10 a. m.; Preaching 11 Huyler's Candies
thousand boxes of grapefruit to
one A. D. Prevatt and S. A. Baker were at a. m.:j Junior Epworth League 8 p. m.;
--- --- ------ -- market. The price of grapefruit is ad. the county seat Tuesday, witnesses before Senior Epworth League 6.30: p. m.: Kodak Supplies,

vancing now, and will probably bring/ the county court. One J. S. Braddock Evening service 7.80: p. m.; Mia week Florida Souvenirs, .
FOR SALE. fair price the balance of the season. was before the court charged witha Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:80: p. m, Toilet .
crime against nature. The defense, Seats free. A cordial welcome to al Requisites,
The Lightest Touch They have been going very slowly and Attorney Fish defending waived an examination these services.At Watches. Dr. Mellette's Remedies
ODe complete bedroomsuit. have ranged low place the and the accused was bound

.... ... .. ... $20.00. will produce sound on the Hobart M middle of December. over In the sum of (200 for trial at the the Presbyterian Commander"Church will be Clocks,
Cable Piano. The mechanical parts an e Mr. J. J. Bishop, the turpentine February term of the criminal court. "The Only True Jewelry,
One nice desk.. .... 12.00. the subject of Dr. Foster's discourse at
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absolutely perfect. can depend 01 n
operator at Eldridge, was at DeLand The registration at Stetson University Silverware, .
the morning service at the Presbyterian
One side saddle. ... 5.00. them to perform their part of the worl k is now nearly 800( the largest number,
under all circumstances and in all cli Monday for the first time for weeks church Sunday, and in the evening his Cut Glass,
One lot 1-2 acres with for the winter term, in the history of will be "The Foundation"
27 mates. Changes of temperature another the Institution. By the spring term the Optical ,
5 acre grove, 100 boxes fruitft' wether conditions have no eflec t hospital Jacksonville, nnder treatment number attending will exceed 400. more
on the strings. Nothing can spoil thi S of Dr. Sollace:: Mitchell. She returns to than ever before in attendance. Dr. Services! at the First M. E. Church. Fountain Pens, Etc.
on trees; 5 rom cottage rich mellow tone. It is a Piano mad.S
I the DeLand home today much improv- Hnlley and his snperb faculty are doing' There will be services at the First M.

S. M. Morse, to last. d. Shew ana very sick patient.Dr. n great work for Stetson and it is E. Church on next, Snnday at 11 a. m. NEXT TO POST OFFICE. :
it did before. The will
J. A. ERICKSON. prospering as never and 7:80: ( p m. pastor preach
1 M. N. Greer, the Pittsbnrg. Pa., unite a number from the University of Ht both services Sunday School at lu :'
Orange City.Fla. Havens Block, DeLamJf d gentleman who arrived at DeLand Chicago entered last week, a. m. Jnnlor League at 8 p, In. E|.

nearly a month ago very ill, had to be Mr. Curtis J. Crenshaw whose father worth League at 8 p. m. All are cordially -. ----- 4'

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.. .aEeeia 6se ...................si r and children lived
has Rained upon an average of a poundof Crenshaw living formerly in Kentucky At The Christian Chnrch. NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY '
at Orange City now ,
flesh day from the day he arrived. On Sunday morning at eleven o'clock "N
per was here the first of the week in the Interest
= Are youlookinaforueY f ; Dr. Wright started him on the road to of the New York trbit commission the anxiliaiy of the Church of Christ Mapes' Famous ;
will observe C. W. B. M. Day. An interesting
YES :; recovery, and now he say the climate house he represents. Curtis in a anocesafnl will be presented to

W .. of Florida and particularly DeLand, I and ,successful solicitor New and represent.York house an old M. which all will program be welcome. FRUIT AND VINE ,
will bring. back to health invalid.
wIi. any Lane & Co., to whom manv of our Services at the Catholic Chared....
.1 We are looking for all who seek'the ; Daring the World' Fair the Peters growers have tent their fruit for many Mae Sunday'anUl'- further For Next Year's Crop of Fruit.It :i.
Mr. Crenshaw left Wednesdayfor every
4 Shoe Co. of St Louis promised to giveto years.
'I Ii tha in the Rockledge notice al 10 a. m. sermon during mass. ,. .
'" '= MOST DELECTABLE CHOCOLATES AND :; the person making the nearest correct section orange grove Evening service at 7-80: ; lecture on will pat the Orange Tree In splendid _dltlon. to go ;:

: BON BONS. J JNever"t :;: estimate on the paid admission to patholio doctrine'. All question on through the winter and to pat on an immenae bloom another
" { L.. _},. the World Fair a$1000 pair of slippers.Prof. Hon.: Henry A. Strong: and wife accompanied tame answered. Mass on week days at Inspect the floe and splendid condition of
i and year. appearance
by Dr. Miller wife. A.
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iore has stock been 7 a. m. All are cordially
oar so complete as J O. A. Morse, Director of the
: R.'iprtohard and wife, H. L. Achelle trees and the fall crop, where MAPES' has been used.
1 :w= it is to-day-'all; of the daintiest Sweetmeats to be j Music Department of the John B. Stet-- and wife and Mr A. R. Prichard, Sr, J. CTJRUEV. Jw

: ....,: .* had from eflneetmarte. ." .- .- .' :;: son University won the slippers. Hi were a Rochester N. Y.. party who Pastor IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS, '1
1 W Largest lot high grade Marsh Mallows. Barain in :M estimate wa 19,804,151. The official spent several day at DeLand the latter ._...-

It, :w purchasing them. Worth oOcts. pound ; will sell for air report was 13,804.618. Prof. Morse part Mr. Strong'of the week.private They car came and South they are tn Rooaevelt .U After the Railroads For Prices, eta, see or write !"

; w the holidays at 20cts .. 01, : :$ doesn't know now what to do with touring the State. While at DeLand DeLand folks are after our Beef, be E. L. POWs Agent
S c such an expensive pair 'of slipper He he entertained Mrs. Fan Mis Strong: cause we have proved we kvp the best ,
4 | and Hon. G. A. Redman and wife, the White A
PALACE OF SWEETS.
-- 2 FUDQER'S will have to spend a summer at Newport latter also of Rochester and are occupying TUB MARKET De........ FIeIWia.r .- t
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WILD" BIWSFIRST FIGHT. Notice of Final Discharge Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un-

.;IJ 1 "'''111' I der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws ATLANTIC COASTLINE
I J < I I. W.. Wounded, but KH1e4 CI. .fIk Notloe Is hereby given that six month of Florida.

;: : ? ', MoKMdlaus 0.... after d.Le\IOWII. on the 8th day February,
i EveryMinutes \ to Hon. J Lee MoCror; Notice Is hereby given that W W Dawgpy.piuoliBHurof
Wild Dill whose real imuio was County Judge of Volusla
( 2 James Illckok, flrst came west In 1857: for my final discharge as Administrator 01 the 2d, day of Juno A. D 11)02( baa Hied The Great Car Line From Florida

and drove un ox team on the plntns foi the estate. of Martha J. Banta. Ceoeased. said eertltlcnte In my oOloej and has made Through
: Two J. :,. BANTA, application for tax d Issue in anoord- ,
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_. ", Majors' & Russell In 1800. Ho subsequently Administrate anre with law. Said oertlttoate embraces

engaged himself to the overland AUllIst6.100i tbe following described property situatedIn
,. stage company as stock tender and Volusla county Florida, to wit! CONNECTIONS: .
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..., Physicians tell us that all wasput In charge of a nexr stage station'on Executrix Notice. Lot 3, sub of saM section 33. township To East THE AT-jANTIO COAST LINE,'..R Charleston B

the blood l in' a : Dock creek, near the old MeKsndhts IBs range:SWej; 21 I&U1'e the } mond and Washington. ,
; 1 healthy Notion Is hereby given that. the untie, The said land being asuossed 1.t the duteI GOOD POTATOES
human body through : station which was generally signed has qualified .ns the Executrix of t tr, of the Immunise of snob oertitliinte in the V BRING FANCY PRICES r

passes known a* Robbers' Itoost. This was Estate of Jeremiah McUrath. and all oredi- name of heirs (]. F. (;one. Unit-si said To rice lute crop of food poutoa lbs To
'. the heart once in every twominutes' tb. headquarters for tbe MvKundlus tars, leiratees. heirs ard dlatrtbut will I certinVnm shall be redeemed auoordlng to .oil must contain plenty off Potash.Tomjttoefl West The Lonisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The r
present their. claims within two vearn from law.tax deed will Issue\ ti ereon on the 1st melon cabbage, turnip*, lettuca The } Mobile & Ohio B. B. via Montgomery. I
; vegetables
iI' If this action be- gang, a crowd that bud held together 'ibis date oi the name will be forever -in fact, all remove larw quaotl-
des of February, UKr.lWitness tIcs ol Pouvh iron lb.4wU Supply
since the Missouri-Kansas: border rut.
barred
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.comes ] the whole official signature and seal
irregular
my
I flan days and generally lndtbinge DAKAU E. ModKAniThis I Savannah and Ocean for New
this tbe Slat of Doo. )11X14 Via Steamship Company
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July 1$. HIM. nxei'iiirlx, PotashUbetnlty To
1 i f body,sufljers. Poor, health"follows ;. theIrown_ way. A man named FltUlIu" BAWL D.JORDAN East York Phinelhl/ Boston.

: c poor blood ; Scott's and n number one stage band was the Notice of Application for Tax D..d fli'ilc Circuit Ort! Volusla County. Fla" The 1 Via Norfolk Y., Wash. Baltimore.

superintendent. lIe tried to buyout Under Section S of Chapter 488S! tir .1...of '.r'II.' eont !ntnr Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
; I Emulsion] makes the blood Laws of Florida. Notice of Application for Tax Deed not u.tkam par Potuh. Via Steamahip.To Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
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the McKamllas station but falling In Bettor mora yield.
f One '. ; Notice" Is hereby given that II F Falcon Under Section 8 of Chapter 4d8! Otilow. oflbl. .. A A'I
., : J-Dure., '. "reason.whyJ this be built a :new one near by put pnrou....>r of fax Certifli-ata No 41, date Laws of Florida.Not Our see not drertiilntT cl"l. KEY WEST
; *{ ting Ulckok In charge. Up to of has died said cert ill. Dooming .poclr fertlllun. but ? VU PENINSULA AND lI
\ young 2nd day Jnue, 1WW I Ice I. hereby Blven that Thayer ftSauls. able to Saul less lbs 'I and .
lo
: that time he bud never experienced r"'t" la my ollloe.'! mil baa made npl.licution| purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 11:0.:( dated. I caking. Write DW.GERMAN lr. HAVANA. f OCCIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
: ;ISCQTT'SJ.EMULSION trouble with uny one und was not likely ., taxdoail, to Usua in accordance, with the 2nd ilnvof June. A. 1 D. HKU. has tiled KALI WORKS I
law. Said oprllllvule embraces the, follow. a"l\I oprtirlunte In otlice. ard has Naw York Street,
my made -93 NauiMU or
1 to have friction especially with the lag described. properly situated In Volual application. lor tax deed to I sue in accord Atlanta, Ga.-Mtf South Broad St. : Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway
old station his Florida, lowltlLots I of the Southern States are on sale by the peincipal agents.
keeper. ,UcKnndlus or county, SPICe with law ba'd. coitiltouln embr"ce* I
.1. :; m.... 3. 4. B, (It I, 7. H. block 44, Itentii ad. the following, dcxoi'(bed, nronertv sltua'ed _. 'or complete information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent or address

-. :1-; the winter" ot-IBtJO.Ul'McIiaodla8: ill tlon to Seville In Volunia county Floilda, ; towltt -.-- -. --- "Tbrougll'ullmaa 81..per. Port '1 ampa to New York vis Atlantic East COASt 1.lle.
'Ibeaald. hind being aa.i"S.cil ntnodHteo. r also
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: is such a great aid ns because and his nephew and tour otber men the is.iuiuucoofsuchcertlliuitte In the nom, E% of lot 13 and 14&, block 5, Enterprise Notice. AUI&nto e.s Southern Hallway" ,.

4 it into passed by the new station on borne- James Neul. Unless acid cmtillciiKi I The en Id land being nasesspd. at the.llIt FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dint. Pass Agent W. D. 8TAEK, Traveling Pass Agen-
passes so qyickly, shall I be rvdoemetl ncconlinu \to h.w. tax.: of the Issuance ol audi certificate, in the Notion Is berebKlven that tbe under 139 Wait Bay Street, Astor Building, Florida.
,1 the blood. It is partly digested back. leading an old man who was dee I will IKSIIO tlieron. on the :2iilb/ day 01 r name 01 Heirs Alice Ki'lolancl Unless suit. )i ulltnc'd htm been appointed by the Cminty, H. M. EMERSON Traffic W.J. Jaoksoovile.. General
bad around the Indite' of Manager, Pasaengei .gent
afoot. Vo'usla
e They a rope January, A. D.. IIKMt.Witness / certiUc'iiN- khall ha redeemed according to I County. Florid. iidmlniHtratrlx -
I before it enters the old fellow's neck, !and occasionally they my oltlolal slgnnttirp and seal law, 'ax d'ed wIIs."e thereon on tbe 2&h! I (if tbe estate. of Wbeoler. H HI'I.tl. Wilmington, North Carolina.

., stomach would take few tuins around the this the _4tb day of Deo. A. L>. 1HH.! day of 11105 deceased anil Mil persons having cllim.
I ; a double advantage u 8AMLD.J01UMNClerk Witness my oUtulnl signature and seal I aicuin the s Id estate. will present the
.i -- -iii' this; Less 'work born of the saddle tuiike a run on tbe (Plrcult Court Volnsla. County. Fla this the 121tli day of DurcmberA. U. 10O4. Sauna duly authenticated, to the undersigned'

rope and .jet Is the old uiun down and Notice, Application for thurter.; SAM'L l>, JORDAN within J I the time prescribed by I..w. other. East Coast

: (for J the' stomach ; ]quicker drag blui on the ground until he was Notice Is hereby /given that on Thumdnv Clerk Circuit ('onrt Volusla County Fla. wise the same will. be MAIty bnrred W. Florida Ry.1

and more direct; benefits. nearly doud. The only spite they bad January 211. lU!('a, tbe undersigned incoipomtors Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under AdmlnlHtratrlx, of thti Estate nRS1'0L
r against him was that he was a North will apply to the I Hon. llnnr 8. II llrlntiil .
Deoenacdlilot
4 i. ... q, j /r/o, get; (he greatest: .amount, Methodist preacher. If Wild Bill was Jones, Judge of I Iho Circuit, Court of the Section tI of Chapter 4888 Laws ) At ".LUlld., Florida, Pee. 9, 1904. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.
r' !Seventh Judloal Circuit of Florida for his of Florida
of with the least '
good !: pos- anything be was an abolitionist and approval of a charter incorporation, of a Notice taUTHBOUND-REAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ IIP.PENINSULAR .
l Is ,
,1 ibTe.efFort.'Js desire of free soller and loyal to ,the United society to be known... The National 1m- purchaser fht-oel given II that No.A.Htm I denary dated -- -

,..1 States. The McKuudlua: crowd was "ro"ement Society: of the State of finikin" he 7th clay : May has tiled saidOaitiitete HODGKIN'SWagon N..99 No.2 1 IU I No.CS Ce. 75DMS7.lI4MA
.1 vkky ner'.iii! health. III. .
of business JONL Psily. DaIly.nIb
} poor planning to make a raid ou several stations laving Its principal place at In mv office, bus made application ., I I

4.3 .lScott.'si.ErnuJpndQ: 3 just toisecure' the stock and go south. rM.and of,the, Vnlusla corporation County Is Florid. for tbe Tbe mutual ubert with law for tax Bald deed certificates to Issue in embrace accordance the Shop I I C : :I..::::::::':::::':::::.::'.:.. ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::.Lv.Ar 5 sitia 42 a Tote SI eS

1 .tlw.-A_ -f2r..the_. They told< young Ilk-kale they would aid find lunetlt ol Its mombnrs In sickness ollnw'ng' described piopertv sitluuted In I 10 sos p $0 pI
and disability to bury Its dead ac u4
members a
be ; I pVt
take the'stock.Hareplled Voluala O6&i..81.Angu.t.l'ie.0..7
I better,tikes-place eveii-be.... and to encourage Us members In owning count}, Florida towitt DeLAND FLA. 1 eaSe
would be tncier: their homos to nnd NwJ< of swi} seo 4,' towbsblp IBr 80e
f r I fore you expect it. When they returned! lute In the evenftff.tvro ''n"wln own cpiy way; ponnlble encourage the progress/ pro of The said land at the date in 'I iip I A.. ...............1.I.tk....:...............Ly C 10. $15p
"In.eaa.1 Everything Wagons, Baggies CRr.s.eto. 7 S 03
wl ; : stopped at (the corral, two lip olortMl. r"oB. both mentally and I Intel o' 'be Issuance erltoate In the .. manufactured and 6 1 16 ... .. .. ..1.I. k..r 0. pS

0 WswHI.idjou.> went to tbe trout und>tno to the bnck mliiallv and to organize subordinate name of Unknow. Unless Shop in the beat repaired in my $0 S 10 p Ar ....... ..........8.0 M.t.......... .....L. ....a a
'. simple f..1'Jlo told Olives with the Biimc olijei ta end principles. aid certificate shall lie redeemed ae- very workmanship (0. L. .. ........ ...B.D M.lo..................Ar 'lOa SlOp
'I flour of..tfii'iU".1IL.IIt'.JIwr.! Illckok known. : ..
'f -- -sure tlln"thl.-? Plio rro1rnaeti" phnrtor I la on tile in tbo nillce.ft oidlng'o law tax deed will Issue thereon Only first-class men employed
I picture in the fOrm of them he would shoot the flint man who ; be Clerk:of the Circuit' I Court of Volu-\ on 2.1th day ot January A. 1005. and first-class work turned onto I have s 11 Lv................ Noo" .................Lv SaSs aOSp
sIc I''oimiv Florida! dt-rlng the Witness official .. 1. added U 8a p.Bunneils. .... ............. U. p
took Iowa the bars of .the corral.! The pondencyif my and seal Ately to my plant a
b I .gol&tUr ... I.
aIab..Lo..thewr.ppr this the 24tb day of I 17 t p ...... .........Dupn. .. .. .... .... .. B a p
.- of every bottle*of elder McKandlus: flred at Hlckok butmls 11911(15.SHEitMAtI l W. X MINDERS" SAM'LD. JORDAN 10 SO 08 1 Clp ::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: : : a OSp
EmuUion ll blw.Hickok returned the lire
fr$' you buy. A. IIuJW FI..i.H : ("lerk Circuit Court Volusla 10 39 p 43.
I with a rifle and shot McKundlus: In HO\\' f. county.Florida IC I C5p i COp

:i c SCOTT & EOWNEChemists the heart. The next eliot from Illckok MOKKlHHMint Notice of for Tax Deed Under II O'14 117.00 P. .S 81 p
I ; W. M \ RSIIAI.I.JKhSK Application t p 1 p
J 409 Pair!St.:, N.'Y. killed the"nOj.hew. and the two fell! at I' It I U.\\I.. Section 8 Chapter 4888, Laws bi'l: 1 I 80 P tl p

1 SO.......4 Stan the front door. Just then flie two at : I II. HKOWN of Florida 1 U 4 08 40p p :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::!:: ::::::::::::.. .s.S I il 00 Sop a

J !'- : All- I draiftmI from'the back A double, door opened burieled flre.gun One lodged shot ,1 A.. II l U. REV TAILOR"I. Notice Is 01 hereby Tax given Certificate. that! WW No 48 Hawser.purchaser dated. h.t.: ,. : 1140 4 416P 54 ti..Daytona..4Cta:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::::::::: : ::::::::::::::::. ;: 11 10 11015 09 flea a

MASON HOLT be 3d of lune. A. D., 19 has tiled < P .
buckshot day 2. .
seven full grown Into Hick- M" 8 50 p 1016.
W. 8.11 UN fUR
aid oei tint'ate. In and bus made .
my 8S liP 948.
olue.
ok's side and breasttwo of which .
right 11. W. BROWS
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h ---- application for tax to issue In ac- } F ISp. "
I entered his lungs. The two men who A. A. LBW1S: ;; S tO 9 405to
THE'CUNNINQ FOX. stopped at the corral came to the assistance F. A. BLAIN cord braces" lace tbe with following law. bald described d-rtltlcnte property em. : tIp p.::::::::::::::;;;;:::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::::: coo.9805

J. B. BROWN. P .
of the two men at the home.Hlckok .lu..teln Volnsla county l'lorld., to-wlt .1 I p 485

it ''naallasi; Lcsjcna ot Why JIe I. Ila.dbr was then In a hand to band .)t 4. of seji section 33. township if1'.j 4 i 4 P. 11 .16.
'1 lba Wall. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. 3s, range 28a; 21 acres .j 1I 1\, 4 o p. .... .. ... ... .. ..... .. .1.
fight with four men. He killed threeof Tbe said land being assessed at tbe date 10 p .................Del r.y. .................... SlIp .
iL The wolf hates the fox. According $ tip MsS
to the Iroquois luUlnus thIs Is thsni In the bouse and wounded the IS CIRCUIT COUIIT SEVENTH JUDI- of tbe issuance of burn certificate ID the I I If SUl 119 g: .::::::::::...:::::::.:. !:.3r:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 7 tip : 84. S

't. why: oilier so badly that be died on tbe ciiL ciuruir OF FI.OHIDA IN name of Ada Cone. ,, s t I P. .. .......,._,.. .... ............ 7 10 p e 10.TOl f
1 One cold wlutry'da"a fox Who was BB .. .. ..L... 7 CO
where prairie.-Denver. Field and Farm. AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY I1nle8 said certIficate shall be re ., p. .. ..... .... ........ P I 0.8ArOBD
I prowling about looking to see
sato A. Stewart Plaintiff according to law tAX deed will ..
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::1 'he might steal his dinner saw a wiigoucoming. va. } SherltTs Sale thereon on the ice day of .Feb A D. 1U05. BRANCH. CITY BRANOH.I.T'O" .

L It was loaded with fish and E. JC. Ropes, Defendant ) Witness my official signature And. al ORAGE

;1 was driven by some flshoiiueu who this the 3Ua day oi Deo A. D. 1904. COLD TIRE SETTER J1 .. .
::1 Notice I. hereby given that under and by 8AM'L D.JORDAN,
were taking home their day's catch.Li A FACT
virtue of an execution. Issued out of the Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, Fla.By Cnn eat your Tires without taking 9 06 a Lv......... 'l'ttuitlh .........Ar IS SOp S lOp 10 lOs Lv. N Smyrna..Ar I Sip 7 30 p
Ii!: "Ai, hal"! ,;'nld.t )1I cuunlnn fox. ?' cr. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Clruitol Den "'Ish. D C. wheels from vehicle. We take S sa a Lw.......... Ocleen...........Ar ii thi. 3 lIp Ii ii. Lv. Lake listen Ar 1 lOp I 11 p
If I comes my Uuuer." And he fell dowu :ABOUT'THE "BLUES"What Florida... In and for Volusla County out no 5 55 a Lv.........Ent.rprlse..Ar ii 00. 3 lip it 81'. LyOn-nc. City.Ar 1 tOp 5 0 ,
.; on November, 1Y04, under the seal of the bolts, rub no paint or barn your teIoeawith 80 a Ar.......... Sseford ..........Lv 10 BOa it lip ii 4 ..Or.Clty Jo, Lv 12 tip S 5.No. .
,'.aud pretended to be dell<1., The flsher-

?I'l'' ,1040.. eelag. blm. picked him .up and la known. the Bluest Clerk pending of wherein said Court Isaac, In A. Stewart a cause is iboreln plain. Notice of Final Discharge. and yon a hot will tire.never Come have and your see Tires it set .13 No.21 ida, IS WoT1 NTST1Ii1O B22 I Plo.24Satand
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Ia I u
.f!(, ,, threw him Into the wagon anioug the seldom occasioned by actual. exist itTantTK. E. Ropes la defendant' lor tbe Notice Is hereby Blven jbat tbe underlined hot affaln.l'hanklnglnn. Sunday Daily. encept Dali7 DsIly DaIly MAYPORT except Daily I nail, Deity I Dslly 8u00y Satan

: flub. Then the fox slyly threw out some lag external conditions: but In the um of8OOO and IM7.H costS. I have levied Gum',dm n of I.. Colby Pinkerton wi for your patronage in .!!!z_ Bond.. BRANCH. 8.11LI! : _____ I II
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upon and Kill sell to the highest and best th let of March \. D _
C and( 'In IWO. "
tfsh when the fishermen were not treat majority of cases: by a disordered day continuance In SO S 45 4 50 9 50. tvj'ok.onv'e Ar 7 00 5 5 40 5
blotter for cash, at public outcry at th.. ,us final Au". lInt to the County Jude oiroliisin : p p I g lUn I U
_'k_ ,. looking jumped off himself lAnd made UVE _-. front door of tbe court bouse In Del.nud Count, FI rldn, at his nllloe at the future, I remain S 68 I II p 4 55 p g 9 59 a So.Joasoiville 6 51 B 82 5 Ig g :
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10 30 V 24 p 5 30 1 .0 10 Oil s Pabto Beach.. a to i 30 p1 p 5 40 P
7 / oT( the flab te bad thrown out. Yolitala Count, Florida, ou the first ;Alon DeLand. and ask that tb< be p I 1
, with THIS! IS PACT < same allowed.J. Yonra serve.SCOT p ot p f 81 p 6 55 p 1 .S 10 14 a Atlantic Beach 0 15 1 15 P1 P I 35 p
I >'Pretty soo 'htterword he'met a wolf day Februiiry, A. D. JI"I5. being tbe (It Itdl&Y D. PRICK. t P 30011 Ar. Msyport Lv 00 aj 7 1 CO n B ao lOOP
:: who which: may be demonstrated of said monthduring the leKiifh'' uis. otair. This Alig 23, 1U04 Guardian. !HODQKINS. _
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snld am hungry and guess I .
all of I Ibe described
following
..:.&:. wlU'eatjyOu) for-my dinner,,'',' But the by trying;a course: of lying and l elntf in the county or ptnpertv Volualaand AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

: fox said, "Would you rather not have Stnte of Florid, ''evleil upon as the I
' OLOM CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. ft 0. '. .. COMPANY FO* I
iropelly of the said defendant, !!:. K.: Hopes
flab for dinner? The wolf replied that
II Tin GUI

.......;Jn..yjS!Lhole.nS-tllount! ne.would pre- Ms sPilis o-witl H. Wlgbtman Grant In section 41 Pipe fitting, roofing, HAVANA AND KEY WEST
town. and
1 ;; 'a fer flsn. Then the cunning'fox- told hip 14, smith, range 27, "at" containing 14 T E ECCLES( tering spouting Pump:

,' him of :tlietrick byiyhjcn{ ,,, he.had Just acrua; loU l.Uuiiil4. ol tectloti, 11. townbl 1 I ''a, repaired wells and tanks mad These Tm.Table show t>h. times s( which train may 1>a expected to .rrlv and d.p.r'.i ,
: Cpt':bis own dinner and advised him to |> 1.1, smith range 27 oust. cuiitainitiK112acres order. from the .orDlatLon., bat their. arrival or departure. at the tlinea stated U u.r..n''d.

t _. -. try* it. The wolf was pleased with the They control: and regulate the LIVER. ; lots 2.3,7 anil 14 of section 1tuwnohlp -', to Repairing of all .'*. t. d 1.1 responsible for any delay or consequence" .IDg 'b.r.

: Idea. so be ranthrough. the woods and They bring hope and bouyancy: to the lag 17$ acres 10 south; the range west 27 tbree-tiuaitersot, east, contain Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed. :

1 beaded off: toeltaain"'-blch: tfa fisher' mind,,.>\They; brine health and elasticity the north w st quarter ol the ,outn east Poe Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD ow Other Informatlom

;'. HMCn rodd were before drlrfng lt-Btid? falltn-pretendluu' dowiMu to the be to the body. range qu.rlerof..utlon 27. ea8t. contalnluar 24, township 3n sores 14, south; the Shops next doar west of bank Indiana Avenue. SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

northeast quarter of the soutb-wust '
'1 dead. But the fishermen who bud by TAKE SUBSTITUTE. tar and the south-went quarter oft be suuth-quar. IT. D. HAHWBK Asst. Qen. Pass..Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE PL

: tUa time dlstotftred the' trick the fox ---.-----.- .. west "quarter.of section 9, townsblp 14.outb .

t I bad played uporT them,' Instead of tnk* Special l Master's Sale. range ZS of! cast contaiolngBO acre.*; -- -- -- _.. -- ---- -. -- .- -
the west bait the southeast quarter Of
log him Into the wagon. beat him with the stiutb-eaat. quarter of section in
,, clubs so that he with Under and by authority of a decree Of 14 south $ town-
barely escaped ihlp range \\t. east containing 20 Why Not Drink Southern
fontclosuie
and stile in the
7th
Judicial
ores lot HI) of N. Plers Railway.
n'a nddillon
-ti huhllfe. And on hillside n.nr by sat iruult of 'F'orldH In and ; to
for Voluala
.. the, fox who.laughed'aud! laughed. County: in Chancery In a cause therein Pierson; lots 26 and 27 of N. Plor.",n 'n nd-
dltion \to> Fiersun; lot 40 of N. Plenum's ad PURE WATER ? .
pending wherein W. H. Bellman is
j complainant
dIllon to Pierson K.
Wlgutman Orant In
.. and Albert Turner ; EFFECflVE NOV. 6, 1004
.j n.par... Turner, bU wife Htpphen H. Turner.Oarr'e Mary V. section 88, township 14, south mnge 2M. T : Orange City Miners' Spring Water h unsurpused In purity, be ng
.' "sold east containing 1U7 acres; all fractionalsecdoa absolutely free from organic mutter. nnd p'operlle.
po.la8lnglner.1
Age before beauty: Falstaff Turner bls wire; Almliew Turner; Alice 7 IB Two Vestibule Trains No. No North and Went
L. hla township south 1 range JH, especially banelialul cases of kidney il liver Iro'iblo. Eat s 8 No 13
Turner w fe Joana P. MeLeod snil\
an attempted to enter before the ;
) jhe
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east containing some; the south nest 'Ibs water" has received fiutterlni emloisement from such Ersa
Anna A.Turner belts at law of Um. K. of tbe south. men as Lv Jacksonville Fin, Ky 8 OOA 7 tOp Lv .iHcksonvlIlt' ). So By..7 45p
: piJuce."No; quarter vt est quarter of section tits U SmIth professor nfvbemlHtry, ( .. Ucloltlarnnvln ,1
Turner 'ecearied.' .ire. defendant, I will sell It 1..lolt. ." one l.v Jesup. Oa, So .. II !213a lOp( Lv JOBUP, So Hy .. ,10 3<
:- before meat," said the township 18, south range 28 east, con- of the best vbemlsts ID tbls countr ; Ogden Now York and ( .. ... lp
grace ut public outcry:: allo the bigbpst ob taming 40 acres the south-west of ) dh'8.tor. l.v Savannah, Ga, Ho lly 1 i Up lOu Arbl.con. Ho Kv.. ... .
'f prfll.* ireuU- Jie pushed him from bidder fur cusb, front door of the the north-west quarter of section quarter 1C. town. a.Dr.. Boynton Cleveland, Ohio writ- ci "It )t. the water Ar Columbia So Hy..... I SOp (Olla Ar AI."la, So" Uy... .1..810", <' I
purest spring
I ll \hill |U>tll enantyand state during the leitnl bnurs reoniuinunding Bo K/f. 123op U Alp Ar Daiton, bo Ky S 2195
r. 4O acres; tbe south half of tbe allrtb.weat a trial lo convince anyone tbut li no superior as ta'ile' wuutu.r" ArOro.bor. .. .
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;;';. .I.l-. .nt..c..ld. -. i>:( ,alaon. thebrat MOuday,1ebiuary' U li, A' O 1 OS"eluir 'quarter of tbe nnrtb-weat quarter cf tbe Many pi'onle have visited OrniiKe rite l lv Idvlc.. o tbi Ir pIDslvlHiii' f"r Jnnvle. So Uv.. 1 4tp 2 lllp4.ip) A r <;h..lnnoogo. Tenn So Ry .. .. 9 413aAr
Mondiiy In said .
niontb. all bo Hy. U f Ar Q A O 5 20a
south-east p .
I quarter section 11, township the | of testing the Mineral W. front I .
et1iI"r-il"tL'b! : I.e. 7>>aimy: :" bow'ot. the folluwinit deOl'r,bed tract or parcel of I.urpo. sp'hll .Ier. deriving wrest honeSt Ar Lynohburg, So Hy 4 04p Ar Q C .
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19, south, range 21, east contnlning 0 Its use. The water Is drawn from. tipi 1 'IIIK ill feet .bet l th. .. 42'1 Clnolnullt .. 4Up
( tct .i'u wi\nt/neftl' # speak to youTeuuni.4lrieAv..ft.afl ? laud situate and. Lelnir. lu Vulusla County ..ore.1811 block H Kldrldge; lots 2 to 8 Inclusive surface, Is very palatable and alto sllblerrale..1", Water >o be 'lounti In'the Ar Charl tteavllle, So Ky.. I sOp Lv ; Dil Four. ... 8 40p
Hurlda.' known ard described a. follow: UISl Ar Washington Ho Ky. 45 U 00i ArChlciiRO, Rig 7
: : ttfyon, ma. block 0. Kdildge; lots 8 and 9, South. |I' | .. lOt :
UeK'nul' at a stake at tbe south wen uor. block Id Ar Baltimore, P Sup 11 2rti|11 Lv Cincinnati, Pa Lines 'I .
the .
4 Eldndge; north-west quarter The Orange City Mineral Sprlnir Water tbe Ry..1 .. .
You know wlmfs lJoat.slle's Weekly only at tbe 11111
? net of the lot known as the llrantley. lot 01 the northeast quarter of section 17, St te Fair at Jacksonville In rec..lv81. other Ilploma Ar Philadelphia, ..., 45p I 1 .Via Ar Chloaifo, 1'a linesl.v ...... .
".. c. : vVV I : sad running in sn eaah-rly. direction' on tbe II south range 28, east 40 sores; now being bottled and sent el.mp..tilo. wih City ninny Mineral pl..V.) It is Ar New' York P By..... 4 lap< 63UI Cincinnati el& DAr ...... 8IBp ,

__ __ .h. smith andfiTefeet,boundary ol tbe the Brantlev Intone hundred : Nif of the north-west quarter, of put up In attractive style in canes of2 fr4nlle hiiir.gallon hollies.. "Irlnl nl\.ny.\ No "Wasblngtoa) sad Flit Chicago C & D........ 2 la
to uniitliOHSt
corner section 1U, townebln 15, south, range 28 mation address 1.lmle" Lv Cincinnati, C .t I)... 9 45p "
of said Urantlvy Irt and from tbeiicn I In asomberly east; the south half of tbe north-west flatly Pullman Drawing Room tll.plng Ar Toledo CHAD ..... ..t.AT 6 t2Ua
: direction one b ntlred mid live ORANGE CITY MINERAL SPRING CO. Jacksonville 1 New York Detroit CHADLv .. .. 7 alaNo.84"New .
: 'iltisrter of the south-weal of .
(fee', and from thence In a westerly dtrvi"I lioiiparalellfd quarter section CincinnatiPa Line 8 >
with the aoutb h. :W, township IB, soiitb :28! east. cot,. C. A. BCLLEN Mgr. orkanttFlorIdaExpresa" .. Bip
unary nraiililurnntley Orange City. Fla. Ar Pltlsburif, Pa Llnpo. ft MA
10' hundred taiDlnt20 a"resl; R \Vigiulman|) (rant In Dally Pullman Drawing Room and flopp .....
one anti twenty fetto lag car between Port Tampa Jacksonville Lv I liiLlnnutl, Big hour... 9 W'p'
section
31. .
the bank of the river more or less! sail township 15, south, rnnge 28. and New York. Ar Cleveland, Four 6 SOs
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past 10 BII
from tbence containing acres; the north-west
tbe
nlovg cam lank u'flhe
bt Lv Lexington, Ky. fi HOp
of I be ...
.lubtie river In a northerly tllriM'lion tnnturt. quarter sou Ib.we.t <|nartrr of section "The and of I I
Through 1 the Sky No mi Ar bo Uy.. .. 8 lllp
loui.vle. .
Inif point, caid lot I b..11I1 a pert of south .halloi .. U. townshIp 10, south range :a!II. east, con. Ar So .
__ \ th, north west quartrr of""cll"n:ifli. town talolal(4tI.Cle.; all of section 4, township.. Lv Jacksonville, 80 4y..... SOp, Lli. Ry .. .. T 82a
abl|> Ift and range :28! cnntnlninir one iiinrterofan 111. south range :2U, east contulnii-g /s..3 Lv Savannah, 80 Ry..U IBa No 1,1-"Ida Fly limlu-il" Dally .olidvestlbuled
acremnroor loan li-" tbi> lull| I l.- acre; lilt. Hvcllon S, township it U. south Ar Columbia Ho R,.... ... . 60 'la trulti through coaches anti I'ull-
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I % InH north of the sbnv<-ilcKi,'rilx-.l. i s f..llow'l range, 21) east .,rontnlnlng/ acres: all Ar Aihevllle, So lly..... i nop' man Sleeping cara Jaukgonvllle to N. Y. .f
3DICfll east or Urant In Ar Hot Springs, N O. Ho Ky 4
Buundrd\ on the norlb by list owoell l by Joseph section 10 18. 311 NOR IH WEST
No U: {
UnderhM on Ilieevnl by load 1 "Ix-lonti-, south range ::8)! east, containing 80 5cr-c; John B. Stetson University Ar Knoxvllle, 80 H> .... e top
hug to It N. Dlllad, on lbi ntitb bv HIP lot 2, Assessor's. suttdivision of tbe Dupont Arl.oul.le. So Ry... ....... .B0l* Lv Jacksonvil' 8> Ity. ..... 4.1p t
fo.egoli K desrrlbf. d lund 01 Wm. K. Turner Craft in motion. at), township ll), south So Ry.../.... Slip LV .leaup, So Uy..........lo np>|
l, ThIVTtttCCk1ned1cIneIaa! :)[ and on the west by the St. Ji.him. river he. rnge30 ea-tcortslnlng 9U aorrslot; 1 west Ar Clnolnall. Q &C.......... 8 lOut Ar Macon, So Ky. ...... 3 oon
mousy saver for stock raisers. It h'lI I a part nr>pnti n :ia. townshIp H, rune of branch In section 15, township 18. south DeLand Florida. No 80-Daily Pullman Drawing Ar Atlanta, So By ... ... B iOu
c Is S medicine not a cheap food or :Meant!! containing one qu..rle..tan acre rani(83'l east, containing 7ft sores; the west and Buffet Sleep ng Car between J.n Rom sonAr Ar Anniston So Ky ...... 0 4J*
more or Ivss tofeti.er with all and half or the south-east quarter except ont and St Louis Blrmlnuham So RY..1 4la t
singular
condition powder. Though put np ths tenements Iheri-nn. o boloniilnu..M acre school I lot In sectIon I 10, township ,1$. vio Ar ;Memphis> lenn .. .. 01'|
In coarser form than Thedford's Lbfr" : ;\lcliAR: south, range 82 east, containing acres; AFFLIIATEO WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO. Two Trains Daily A Kan. Fison 9 4iipT35T. \

L :Blank-Draught I ;) renowned, for, the tipecial Muster. lot 3 less the southeast. 10 acres of section Springsfe ... ....
br >of the digestion troubles .r e 20, townshIp 15, south, range 2i esat; the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The stanilards are those ol the University to Washington Ar Hot ...... .. tOil !
-of : south-west quarter of the north-west quarter of <'blo go. Stetson's grad. tales receive their degrees from both Stetson and I
persons; it has the same qualities of seoilun 21 townshIp It, south range Chicago. and New York.No > Florida Limited." Dally
l\'Tbe \
v Kfrnj OrSvn4 pvf wsraR,1 stin nff _JpqcJOSwll1g.: ; .. .a..le. 28 east; the mortli half 0$ tbe sontb-west COLLEGE OP LAW-tlrsdiiatea t,f ,Mils (College, are admltttd t practice
i -an '--ttrpI6-U.,..-...+ loosening quarttr of the aoutb-eant quarter of section law In Florida without examination Drawing Room Bleeping Car between Jaolsonville Birmingham, Memphis and ,
1.o&a
_ ,t' 'l'IIIOnl1-&IIIII1I..11. a Dissociation s.4'Orporetlon ) I :28 township' south range 28 easl,, con. COLLEGE OF TEL'IINOLOUY-Meehnnlonl. Civil. Eluu'trlcsi Engli Kansas .Iy.
thooonsHpated and bowels for all -stock ,va.Complainant }i\ I tamIng 20 ..,.... and Mannal Training courses leu JI me I.dUjrt.... "'lol now building,eer'nj costly ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLEFrom
l is .
poultry. "
rIt carefully '
pre- The equipment
foregoing described property -
Arthur K Idtldwlo\ : consists
V.red W ita,action Is so iaalthrnl r Defendants. and Pearl L Baldwin. Ofvaiiabieoyprsss, pine hammock and or. COLLECtlS OF BUSINESS an.ng In.1 Its br-nche B'tok-kepplng{ by New York' Waahlngtn. etc-No 29 Washington and Fla Limited," 9 00 a D
thM stock and thrive with .J J ange groves. best methods Elective; courses open In c"'lm..IL." l.srx foully .lfl| From Chicago, Chattanooga eto -No U. FlorId. Limited." s 85 a m
grow aa
Under and br virtue. of a decree of foreclosure commodious buildlnir From Kansas City, Memphis Birmingham-No It, ''Florida Limited." 0 36 a m
B- I, occasional dose in .t1ir rlo9cl.. It sal I isle render d In the Circuit JOHN B.: TURNER REPARATORY P.CA1> flraduiitrs. p."a.1 l to .. tfr Harvard From Clnclnn.t. Asbevllle -No 29>, "Wublng1 and, Florid Limited," 0 OO a m
8berUl'orVolu.la
i cores hog' cholera and makes hogs c.urt, of the. Mevenib' .Judicial Circuit ..1'' County, Florida. Yale. Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, hiongo and A'IItI..t' e'assnollrves From Vorl Wablagtoo. .to.-No. Yotk' and FtorUU E pren.7 M p m

grOW OOuT H arraf ehisjcqn cholera Ktorlil: in j sal.,Jar.,1 oluala (. unty. In NORMAL AND PRACTICE UCH001 Kinder.rlen In Its' iiwn InilHIIng. '
i., 'OJ .4o.pe.M makes htnaV layA It Ctiarrsryt In Bv i-axMf. therein lendlnii BO YEARS* 2. .Imar.and Oraromar School In separate building. This suno",I eat'f.elullv EXCELLENT DININC CAR SERVICE i

:f I eons eonstipation, distemper and tlon.wherein it Corporation'rmnnd'HutMIng! In ....A in,Lawn ilHlimnt Aaaola, ard. 1 EXPERIENCE MUSIC nrepurea! SCHOOL School.100UOOOplp teacher < oraan.n dozen planoa pnrnte build-. J..0. LUSI DistrIct PR..nger. Agent lO West Bay Strt, Jaohoo..Ule. Fla. '

.. I eolds ID.Ltroe ,' taurraiaV in cmttla; "Arlbar .1<. B.Wiln. aid I'vail. U Llaldwli.. Ing, lsruie faculty t urwa of etudv 8. H. P.'T. M. W.(H., TAYLOE MOBUAX.U. P. A. !
s.-' .nd makei a draught animal do are deft-mlants, I will, sell.'1 at I'"' ll.. out n ART SCHOOI..-New g.'I' Omtl uasta. mnlols etn. K.ROWLI BRO Ki i A. 6. P. A.
toiha hlKbest maul. lat bldtlvr forraxhnl' Stetson .a faonlty t prnfesanrs and liiKtrimmrs' Thv hail' I d, gneai
work for the food
soot ) eonramed I 1h.Ve..liiiic. .'fthe Afndanis) nn low inA : from the UnlversHy. of Harvard. Yule. l larttn .ulh I olmnbla University .
Ib<-. aniraal. an4i fowls of all .nil IttA In < rm nd VnlusU ,Cuiint*. of Petinsylvinla, Bryn Mawr, Hnokn-ll. llnlv rally it Mlrbluxii, O..nnl.o",. I

_ kindweewlife. Every: farmer and i Flord. mi Mniidot. Fehrunrt' 9 h 'A. D. I, and other Universities. There are o\pr *.M ) 0 000 In'bnlldlnKa and equipment) DeLand SaalldPlallInghlllls & Works 1

raiser.I jahonl4,_jxrrtainly$ .give it a 11100. being the flrstlMurd-. said' raonlli n-.rl. a quarter million dollar'ml, wmemtxnpdo: .ml lllirarT of ever 13.0 Hovelty
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all tb'" 'ollnwlng drsor bed mrsonal volumes; I beautiful chapel with rostlv stained
property fnrnl.hlnta.lncl"flnl
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t1e trial. lo-wltl, 011....... windows, I oil paintings a $100'1' !"1 'O'I t O'onol1O wlib complete' J. T. OAIRNS aivSfelanager.LUMBER
; f"ItiASts'fl60, Mten and teoPrmamaa - COtVMMMT, &0. enclosed ", Propr.. ,
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; : ) ] *savss JIll Mine) r*(*ptnn! r f '' D cv .pp.ratu..n besides s i hllml"t. rnwliut and, i Ihfr '
llh'nry and setrn aleei Irgrmims and kltch- : nlokly' aaaMMrtAln oar opinion fans wb.tlMr ani R.kl.O" ; .Pl& '
," I ._ (,iifiirnltiiia'd. furnle'ilns, ,, to tt'! pp WIll, 1..i*.HtVia J..rabs.blrpl4nt. lil.v' .Comm.._ and women) rive lMri' lit'nrsriee, ftir i h.ml.trv. Pbra- DRESS
I r all ilu.iure1 'lei l>rln' .b"8 .tI l Usa..UIOLI,00ncd.ntIM..... Mliii_ on. P.t..g. Ics, Uioterl .logy Mlnerolngy and ll'ologyt' several lance IIIUSHI' nis .,fnd nh h r.'i i
c ,Xag.. Uarak., *.. all the fnrclkhlnvs: rpt and rare uccepsu.lt tow a In MD'1'.n f.- 014551 .theo.sa.. tOt Mann)santh C.t0._Is.se.5.,.. electric 1Ihta.olectrio bells, steam. himt oomenr w ..1 1 a, -hell! '0'h..n.1' \ vnuii AND 1

If'i I\ Wa....mslnt fojj KUMkpraaitimaSri .. J'o (the re.Ierii'e' of t_. defend-rU, loo'ted on _antlan wabons. ._iaIe. ."aoln.campus, shrubbery and trees; social', IHurxrv and i4 h"r.iiilouia' npUGl
\ ...... .-I au>ve> naad mi aft{ :lute ISA fid: l 11A' '.f i he 'Jhr'a rl't ft I ScklUlk 'Jilltrlal. .lub, .l"iire roursi Cbrlsllan and not sectarian teaching. Xbu location '
Ceiling.
t Al14L= kat .. ... I utirur and b altbrul and tbe expenses are low. S1dnTurnIngscrol1 Sawing Moulding Wlndow'ant
toft I luw tou4SSfFW I imond B.nuli. m.iil.- d 'ihw A' .e f>' f .s Foorlnr' ,
I" \ .. .* to. a>y insepoas. Vr>lual enuntr ""d. enrd if 'in t1' i. bile 1.1"'I'l. lfleatrst.l:: t.w.a ole. For ctalol" views, foldira sod laforaUon.. oddrws the President, Door Framea Post Balu8teni, Mantela, Turned Porch (Solumns, ete.
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.4 soi.nu5 ffih' Shedding for Grave
J.aVH--MOjr. ant Tiemu. $ s Fineriesifer Orates 4
ti', -' _. .,_:'. ''-4, _fr4' "_ ,;.. reoord...of Yo'usla ooitn'y.. 1"1..1.1. aCt roe Si. UNCOLjy'HULLBY ''A. M., Ph. D.DeLand. Fla. Contract taken for the and Box Material a specialty ,
-' : erection
J t' i-- : W-O-D Pitf.tapnl.il .i" i .::t..1t. ; .l.l'e of any kind of a building-. "
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