The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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VOLUME XIX D BlLA-ND/I :YPI USIA .CO.,. ,FLA., SATURDAY; ,..MAY: ; 27, 1905. .NUMBER. ; 32

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1.lIaU.I. W........ Third n.toJLiMvjror.'luce ..

.. _,,MaJorCliueiice[ !. J:-puttou of the Jhl!. t"w.uuev UuWUllr..l.otIw: ; Wal. A Af ltt r

'" United States. army In his book ou .' Kin-lit lu Co>'lngtoii weie distinguished

earthquakes lays: "Uivnt eurthtjuukeii by one ml"N'laitt"ent.\ It

was there tluit he saw Abraham Lincoln
come without nuy liitolllgible wai'uliig.

It Is true tbut suih catiiHtiopheD huvcbctii I for the first time. The Indiana' 01 Healtb''
bar bad even then'som'e brilliant aud
preceded lu a couHldeinblo number -
Potash as Necessary asRaln notable'! meu among Its, meiauora, and
for Infants and'Children;;; of Instances by minor *b
The quality and quantity of the quivers and by ominous Bound x, but
called the full
together at term
crops. depend on a sufficiency ofPotash The Kind Vou Have Always Bought has 1>oru ,the signature
these are far from tmpljlng uecessurlly of the circuit COU1.t. In relating the circumstance There is ,
-' of Cha ]I. Fletcher and ban been made under his a subaequeut dUanter, for they oi- Littneial Wallace said: "Uur. a quality in Royal,

personal >ervl ion for over SO years. Allow no one bundled times '
nup cur a without furtuetconsequence. lug the setialuii we weie lu the hublt of

to deceive you lu this. Counterfeits Imitations aud : It Is only after the grout gathering\ ut the old tuveru la the ..\' tu- Baking Powder which makes

In the soil. Fertilizers which are "Just-Bit-good" are but Experiments and endanger the shake that the wind recuis to them. ud lug after adjournment. It was. a brll

low in Potash will never produce health of Children-Experience against Experiment. its forerunners. Much Is written about Hunt company, whose talk was well
the food
satisfactory firmer results.Evtnr ihould ba familiar with Ik* earthquake weather about a certain worth bearing. Oue evening there appeared more digestible and

proper proportion> *.of Ingredients. that so to The Kind You, Have Always Bought indescribable electric condition of tunatmospheie suddonly In our midst. a tall,
for lr '
make the be.I ferrillier* r ,
crop.> We hlY.publUheJ.: .:J.. of :;!,.1'-' about the sensitive and ungulnly man homely of visage aud wholesome. This
contalnln. tlie Imeit researchei, fn i Ihii > Bears the Signature of .. alarmed condition of animals. about peculiarity
rather dressed. He did not
11"::: ":, :"bW..lie':: ."hL.wou &0 ':I IIt the erratic flights and actions of birds lutrude himself but sut on the outskirts

to lhOFBWAlf lULl WORKS J Just before earthquakes. If any aucu of tbe company neither proffering of Royal has been noted by

III.... York-VS KMU_ StrMh rAtl.ntfc phenomena really manifest themselves, opinions nor taking sides lu the
Sooth Bnwd h_.
Q* as preliminaries to an earthquake all controversies that occasionally became

that can be said about them Is that pretty warm. No one seemed to know physicians, and they accordingly

they are as mysterious to the seismologist ail).thing about him, and nbeu I asked

..\. In Use For Over 3O Years. a* to everybody else. But the testimony a f i lend who he was he replied carelessly endorse and recommend

Professional lta 'bs. TN' eONT'O" .OM..... .. "0""" .UUT. "OW TO"" .... In support of them though considerable -Ob that Is some third rate lawyer

-.- .... In amount Is vague lu char a mau named Lincoln from somewhere

James W. Perkins. Gary D. Landls _. --- ----- -- ----- acter. When carefully scrutinized It iu Illinois.' One evening, bow- it.
leave Impression that it Is the out after be bad been there
ever, sometime
for Tax Deed tin
PERKINS & LANDI3 Notice of Application
come of Imagination and not real observation. "
General Wallace continued
der Section 8: of Chapter 481:1t1: Laws TO REMOVE ROYAL BAKINO MWOER CO.. NEW VOUK.
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- of Florida. "something moved him to apeak and

AT-LAW, Notlueis holbuvtfhen that M. O. \Vhel. FRECKLES AND PIMPLES Concerning the great quake on the then bo began to talk. We all sat spell. -

Inn, purchaser tif tax c'el.tlllcate No HOI, IN 10 DAYS. i..JE southern slope of Mauua Loa lu the bound. I that all the other nun were
DeLand, Florida. tlat d :aid, il"t ut July, 1IHM) ban Hied mid Hawaiian Islands lu April, 1808 Major "I hine never," General Wallace said YELLOW FEVER. similarly
dressed. The Intrusion nhovkcnl
oei'iidcate In mv otHce. anil bus. made application greatly
Will Practice In State and Federal for tax d"uj to IMSUH. In nrforduncewitb SATINOILAThe flrsf Dutton light, writes continued: "These to Increase shocks at In "beurd anything that approached It- Ms Deadlr T.-;; ;:.::;. Back to *hsDUcovcrr the Buddhist women.

_Courts._ law tin hi cvrtlltcuttis embrace the tho logic, tlie, wit tbe pertinent anecdote ( America.The "Our regret was real" said Sir
roilrtw ng d, etribiMl piopertv sitiuuled InVOluRlocou.t COMPLEXION Beautlfier.ATINOLA force for six days. They came at Intervals that poured out In an unceasing o Charles.
CTEWART & ELY, ). Florida, towiti of only a few minutes and every llsuo\'ei I'y of yellow feer Is laid I "Explanations were exchanged
stream. He talked thus for three solid ",
Lit: .7. block, 111, OruiiKo Clly day there were many hundreds ofthem. to Unto buck to the Hist. jeiirs of ; e were Informed that tbe
The utticl lund buhiK iisaeHsed at tlie ,date hours. Borne one said 'Whoe\er that community within adopted male costume
AT-LA W. On April 2 they reached their I dUc'cni-ry. of .\mlI'ltu'lIl'u the dl .tU"1
ATTORNEY 0 'he tBsuanro. of such certitiuatH In the fellow Is, me shall hear from him as an Indication that they not
ol .J. K rJtlUmnn. UnluHu greatest violence and oue shock In thc soldiers of
name :; It first meeting broke out umouK
again some day. was my only renounced the world but with It
Offloe in Bank Building. DELAND. sild rt"cne! [ sbiill lie redeemed nuunidlntf particular Is described as being of the "
luiubim In Snnto Domliifco. But the
\\ lib Abraham Lincoln he said the emblems of their We
luw tnx Mood will UHIIU there were received
office POI.toffic .DA Y'L ON A
Branch over l II. most terrible nature. The ground roll ."and the that .should hear first authentic ucc-ount IH of on epidemic I
c." "n 3 '.III liny nt IIII1Y A. HNti.Wll prophecy we by the lady superior,and tea and
FISH "(*.n my, ortlcliil, Hifrniiture' and seul ed In great waves. rapidly swaying.; In from him again, I H must be admitted wIiULi oocurieil In tliu Dbrljudcm laUSIT. cukes! were offered to and partaken
BRitT 1'hu li'illi ,duy of .AI"II|>" A 11118'11ti.III'I. '' every conceivable dliectlon. Including
was abundantly ,'erltl.od.-I..ry" II. of by us. We then to
U .IOKI>AN.I Since tbeu luuuiuorable are permitted
Stone bouses and chimneys
veitlcal. walls
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. I III-'k, ,Circuit Cnnrl Voliixl enninti. Klnrldn. Krout lu Harper's Weekly. ics have ravaged the cities visit tile 'private chapel,' and finally
and of structures
el'III"IU-1 I we parted from the rellgleuses on the
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under nhlch prior shocks might have left and South America Central best of terms."

DtlLand. Florida. Hection: H Chapter 48HS: Laws olFlorida. standing were hurled down complete GIANTS OF THE PAST. and even Europe. During the

for Examining ly. Wooden bouses were flung from onic wurs the most extensile epidemics
Special Facilities: Napoleon's' ..
W Crrlmm
Som Thmt Forty
Land Titles N lice, l hereby clvi-n tliut M. C. Whel- their foundations. The rolling earth r Thirty or occurred In 1KJ CudU was \Ultml by I
and Perfecting F>.. Illich. So II !. l.ld. The earrings. lu which Napoleon I.
don, pun linser, oi THX Cprtitlcutu No. ((1I>J,,
opened lu great cracks In the crests of thin scourtce, which attacked 48.WK out
HALL BRUMSKYATTORNEY dutcd Snl day of .Inly A. D, 1'NO' ,. The past! was moi prolific In the production made his famous retreat from Moscow
which closed In the In fennioutus..
the waves, together of B7.00O 8.000 djlun a
J certificates In motHorundlmaminlu
d nld
has HI of giants than the present. In and In which he as emperor general
iipplluition for lax deed to Issue in nocnnlame troughs. To stand was Impossible for I One of the \\ornt epidemics wlilcli bus
1R3O: oue of these giants who was exhibited set out from Paris In the campaign
AND COUNSELOR wl'h law Said certiUuiites embi'Hce either beasU or men. Lying on the I Iaround. ever ravaged the United States occurred
Kouen ten feet high which closed at Waterloo la preserved
tie following described propurty inVolualH at was
It was at times necessary to In 18C3 and extended along the Atlantic
AT LAW ooui ly Fl T.ot (II I, block in, Orjnpe rity keep the arms outspread to prevent .const through all the southern
Arabia to Rome In the time of Claudius estate relic having formerly
Will Practice In all State and Federal The HU 111 IIIull'l'hlKbseM"II, flt tbe date : Is a new discovery, guaranteed being rolled over" : states and as far uortu as Rhode Iain
and refunded if It falls. lu Caesar. was the sauie height.Fanunm been the property of the "Iron
Courts.DELAND of the iBHiixnce of snob certificate In the money A striking thing about this earthquake ud. One hundred and! twenty-five
namttufA' M Milliunn.. ITnleKafmidorrtiliCHle remove the wont case of Freckles, rimplea who lived in the time of Eugene Duke." It la a two seated conveyance,
FLORIDA Tan, Liver Ppotn. Sallowi, Ulnck-lieads, according to the same author thousand persons were stricken more
law ess. .
uhtill I'** ii-defiiN 111I'COI'lIlIlIlo II., was eleven and one half feet with the top and aides lined with Iron;
OlUce over Fisher's Drug Store. tax Ift'd w III iHHiie ihcreoii ou Ibo ittnh dny or any other skin eruptions in 2O du\Y- was that, as In other volcanic quakes tliun 20,000 dying of the disease.A .
there Is also front
a "curtain" of Iron
ol Muv, A 1> 1UOBWitueiM leaves tbe skin clear soft, healthy and re- it was narrowly localized. The north height. peculiarity of tbe germ of yellow
L. MCCUOUY, my otllulnl Hljrimture a' d heal stores tbe beauty ol youth Thousands. tee. The C'hevallor Scrag In his. Journey to that can be raised and lowered at will
J be carried distances
ern parts of the Island were but slightly fever IH that It inay long
tills yiu, 2ltth da) of April, A. !>., I'tto tify to tbe merits of Satllona. the peak Tenerlfe found In one of tbe The wheels are large and heavy and
8\MI, D.JOHDAN! MUs Alice Llrette wrILea-Tblbcx1..aux,, shaken. At Hllo ou the elillte..n118nk caverns of that mountain the bend of a and preserve Its vitality for the steps ore finished In curious battle
.A1.'TORN.ItY.A T-LA W. Hoik Circuit fi.mt Volusla County, KinNotice I..., Oct. IB, '01.. "For four years my fact a single structure suffeied uin- I months, During the epidemic of 1800 designs. done In silver. The
who hud teeth and who was emperor
was completely w terlal damage. Likewise In the eruption la Cadli: there was an Instance this.A
DeLand, Florida.j All remedies failed until used 20 not loss than fifteen feet high. The from the Infected lined the back .seat and kept his pillows
Non-Residents. of Mount\ Ararat ou June 1840 native fleeing city
to .
two packages of Satinola. which completely giant Faragus slain by Orlando the and blankets under It. The back of the
the village at its base was destroyed. n-eut, to( his villa\ In Medina SMonla.
removed the freckles and
pimples. My
E. ALEXANDER, I front seat was used as a cupboard and
j of Charlemagne according to
IN C1KIUIT; COUltf SEVENTH JUD1IAL compexlon Is now perfect and hups every Forty miles distant little damage wns nephew / and there died of the disease on his ar
CIRCUIT OF ILOKinA IN feet wns provided with all sorts of culinary
t freckles reports was tnenty-elght high.
lady having or pimple will tiySutinola. closed
done. la the eruption of Krakatoa In : rival. The house Immediately
A'l'TORNEY-AT-LA W. AND 'Ult'OI..UISIA COUNTY. INCHANC1.KY. : ." Price OOo and ,1.Utl by leading In 1814 near St. Gernad wan found articles and a small spirit or oil stove.Groat .
1883 half an island was blown up yet and the following year the articles I
uicglsts or by mullNATIONAL
the tomb of the glunt Isoleut. who was
at Butavla, ninety miles away, the of clothing and furniture were sold to a
Office In Brush Block. Jill u Jlooie Comiilulnunt.tB TOILET CO, Paris. Tenn. not less than thirty feet high. In 1500; _.. .( Lvwlr _"II.
,,._.. \ [} earthquake vibrations were Inconsid dealer In Junk. He died of yellow fever
.. DeLand Florida. ThortidS Miwre, UGfiwdant.) Sold in DeLand by all leadidg Drug- erable. near Rouen was found a skeleton In a few days, and tb. epidemic which Most\ of tbe great men of history
Will Practice in State and FederalCourts. Rlsts. whose bend held a bushel of corn and traced to tblscnse. were of lowly birth. Lord Wolsey was
followed was directly (
To 1 humus Moore: the How to Proeorvo Woodea P..... which was nineteen feet In height.Tho the son of a butcher Columbus the son
You are hereby required to appear to
R. O. A. DAVIS Bill, of Complaint' lilud.. liuibiu agaiuvt you To preserve wooden posts bore with giant Bncrt was twenty-two feet The Infected trunk of a man who of a weaver Horace the son of a manufacturer

) in tbe nlove entitled CUUBB on or tivlore the Th. ... LI.... an inch and a quarter auger from tbe high. had died In the Barbados of the disease Sir Richard Arkwrlght the

.' PHYSICIAN AND 8UKCJEON 3d yof Julv. A. D.JU08' Very little of the sen lion Is wasted butt of tbe post to a distance. that will In 1023 near the castle In Dauphine a was the beginning of tbe outbreak In sou of a barber Shakespeare the son

DELAND, FLORIDA. .The. Voliisln an tho Ccxint.newspaper Bvoonl In ",is blob berebyd..INnated thin 1 by the natives of the Icy north. After be six Inches above the ground nbeu tomb was found thirty feet long sixteen rblhulMpbln In 1741. The effects of of a wool stapler. Watt the son of a

Office at residence, Indiana avenue, order ball to published onue wuck for being cleaned the Intestines are distended the post ball be set. Then char over feet. wide and eight feet high ouv this inan a Mr. Blngham, were sent on block maker, Virgil tile son of a porter

next to Court House. four consecutive works. with air and allowed to dry In a good fire for a quarter of au hour, soas ,hlch were cut In graystone the words from the place where be died, and thgerma Btepheusou the son of a fireman at acolliery.

Office Hours: 9 to 13. 3 to 4, And 7 to 8. WllneHS. my bund D. and IIHiTi8AAILU.. .seal of oillue this that shape. Then they are cut Into to drive all moisture out of the heartof "Kontoloclms: H.."." The skeleton was lind enough of vitality In them Burns the son of a plowman

2JiiiU ol Mnj. A. l JOKDAN.rvrkins ribbons and sewed strongly with sinews the butt through the bole bored; till found entire nnd measured twenty-five wlien. the trunk was unpacked to lead "'I'alllr.lln the son of a tallow chandler.

iy\U3.,\ VIDA Z. BAEKECKE, M. D. it" Lanillo. Clerk: taken from the back of the animal the hole with boiling coal tar and drive and one-fourth feut high, ten feet to a disastrous outbreak. Individuals Oliver Cromwell the son of a brewer;

Mollultoi tor Coin plulnurt, Into that mast characteristic garment lu a well fitted plug which will act asa across the uhoulders and five feet. from of all ages and races are attacked. It Jisop was a slave; Boaconafleld waaa

and SUUOEON.Uffice of Alaska, the "kalnlalka," which.while hydraulic ram and force tbe tar Into breastbone to the back. wus at one time thought that the Creole lawyer's clerk! Thomas Paine a stay-

PHYSICIAN Notice to Non-Resident. being fully as waterproof as India tbe hot bores of the wood which will But France is not the only country was Immune, but this la found to maker De. Koe a hosier, son of a butcher

rubber baa far greater strength and Is become tlioioughly vruosoted. and lust wheie glunt skeletons have been un ; Demosthenes was the son of a cutler

on ElMt New York Avenue, In C'lic-iitl i'uiirl.: Till .liiillchil, Clroult lu IIr'h..llllI never affected by grease and oil. It Is sound for twenty years In place of earthed. Near Palermo Sicily, in be a mistake.the The white uagro Is but not he at Is susceptible by Ben Junson a bricklayer Bunyan
DELAND. FLORIDA. III unil lur VoliiHlu County as man
I\"\: Chancery.Magglo also transparent In Its fitting over four as lu ordinary cases. A four 1510 was found the skeleton of a giant no means. exempt. One attack, an. a a tiatellug tinker. Dickens a reporter;

: Kit. A. S. MUNSON, Austin, Complnlnnut, 1 dark qlothes. The throats are served Inch post may have oue bole lu Its center thirty feet blgli and In 1531) another rule seems to render the victim Immune Edmund. Kean was the son of a stage

\ vs > lu a similar manner and when cured ; six Inch, tno side by side; eight forty-four feet high Near Magrlno, for life though tbe Immunity nrMuter| ; Cervantes wo* a common

G. 'It HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. William Austin, Dufondunt, / are mode Into boot tops, which are In Inch, three; twelve Inch four. Posts on the same Island Iii 1816, was found may be lost by a prolonged stay In a soldier; Homer was a farmer's son and

[ To William Austin: turn soled with UM tougb skin that which are already lu the ground may the skeleton of a giant of thirty feet northern climate. Yellow fever la. a Is said to have begged bis bread. The

Flsher't You are hereby required to appear to composes the palms _of this animal's be bored diagonally, filled with hot whose bead was the sUe:: of a hogshead. list might be extended through columns.
Office Second Door South, of tiled herein against hot weather disease being most prevalent -
Drug Store. tbe voti In Bill the oi above Complaint entitled caimeon. or before fore flippers. Tbe stomach walls tar (In the dry summer time), plugged and each tooth neighed five ounces. In June July and August One .

OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to t the Mil day tif June A. D lIJO! .;. which look like overgrown gourds or np and repainted. Sleeper posts for New York Herald. or two frosts may arrest an epidemic,
and 7 to 8 p. m. Volusla County Kword is hereby desiunaied enormous abashes( with attenuated floor Joists should be treated In tbls. It on tbe return Hal Growth.
1." DeLand Florida. aa the newspaper In wbKU tbls order uocks, are used as oil pouches while manner and then their bases surrounded A Bad Pluve to weather.New York
shall l>e imbllshed onoe a week for eight Into : and. It Peoples of warm grows one-half slower than a pl'LIn
weeks.Witnesa the tough elastic mustache bristles with a cup of puddled clay. bis book 'Tganda

QR. JOHN REEVE, consecutive mv hand nnd. seal ot office tbli are objects of great commercial ac- which pour hot coal tar. Posts thus ," J. V. Cunningham tells of a curl. boys the average rate of growth to
Bib day of April, A. I). 1005 thlty by the Chinese, who price them treated cannot decay. oils manner of treating the sick among aa the Chreh.It three feet three Inches In six years

AND SURGEON HAM'I, I>. JORDAN, Clerk.: highly as' pickers for their opium a certain native African tribe: "When was not until Pope Innocent III. being an average of .018 Inch a day.
((1108-1218)) that marriages! were or'
-- -- pipes and !several ceremonies peculiar Ifew V..r I. "..... a person fell 111 the vlllnge prophet During the twenty-first and twenty-
be celebrated at In
dered to or achurch.
Office [In store recently occupied by, to their JOAS houses.The As 'early as Dec. 13 a special bouse was called In. He said at once whether At tbe beginning of Christian fourth years a man's hair grows quick
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West cleaning prepares tbe way in Japan tbe sick person would recover or er than at any other period., It takes
marriage was viewed solely as a
New York Ave.DeLand BEST1 for the New- Year festival and as the not. If be was doomed to die be was ity an eyelash twenty weeks to reach aI..nath
chll and tbls conception continued
contract of .420 Inch and then Its life
Florida. THE year closes the bouse frouts are bright allowed to fulfill the prophecy;; If be less until
to be held more or U from tOO to ISO days. By mean*
Cause of of medical
Many with decorative emblems Tbe whole was to live there was no It
a comparatively late period. was the wink of bus
QR. U. D. BRACEY, week which Includes New- Year'* day aid" Another strange custom id of a camera aa eyelid
not until the reformation that marriage found
Sudden Deaths. been measured and It waa that
continuous and Uuodaj explained lu the words of the native
la a holiday on
rite to be
was tlually sanctioned as a winks be made In four
twenty can
DENTIST. MEDICINE Thar* Is a disease prevailing In this when the suu shines the scene In who when asked by tbe author why fittingly performed within a church. ...,.ond.. ,

country most clan erous because so decep. the streets Is most animated. Shop women were not allowed to eat the Prior to this the customary place was

., ORlce second story McLaurlne Block > IJ' "* live. Many sudden fronts are gay with a goodly display of flesh. of goats replied "There Is no at tlie door of the church and not The T.., .( tk* ........

t DeLarx t!'lorlda.VGLUSIA deaths are cauaad by toys and seasonable presents, all are why; It Is the custom." within the sacred Inclosure. Tbls rule There Is plenty of opportunity for

: It-heart disease In tbe best of spirits tbe children are appears to hare been transgressed\ but superior talents. Tb* top of the ladder

COUNTY ABSTRACT CO,, fOR WOMEN failure pnoumonls, heart busily at play with kites and battle- Damler Bvwlldcrad.Dumley until the flrnt prayer book of Edward of success offer* plenty of standing

I are often or ths apoplexy result doors, and everyone Is doing bis or -I ncner saw a man like VI. ((1340): ) the rubric of the Sarum room and Invites guests. The lower

ber utmost to make things bum. In Brlxton to drift away from the subject manual In use, which directed
oi If was part only'I* fearfully crowded. There
1. 8 B. Wilson, Bert Fish, H TOU are nervous and tired oat kidney '
continually you could have "o [ kidney trouble Is silo higher circles tbe mikado receives the under discussion.Bnrrass that tlie man and tbe woman about to 1* no excuse for the universal wJl of

Manager. Actuary. dearer warning of the approach I wod to advance ths civil and military officials, who In for -As, for Instance be married should be placed before lack of opportunity, for there I* no

Abstractors of Titles.10t of serious female trouble. I kidneypoisonedblood mer days appeared In, gorgeous uniforms Duuiley I Just asked him what be tile door of the cburcb. It wa so, I lack. The trouble lie* with tb* demands
+, will attack ths and embroidered dress was doing the night I suw him down considered Indecent to
( W. Indiana! Ave.. DeLand. Fla. Do not wait until you rmtaarable richly apprehend laid upon those who siplre to
pain,before you seek treat ___ vital organs or ths but since 1872: when the .Gregorian the road, and ho evaded, an answer by unite In wedlock wtthln the church Itself. first place. Oue thing I Ie certain there
, ment. You Deed Wine of Cardnl kidneys thenuolvos break down and vasts that ho had known people
calendar was Introduced, European remarking: Chaucer In his "Canterbury Tales" .
U for tb ,wblner and
no>> quarter precious
REAL ESTATE OFFJCE OF now jnst. much as if the trouble away' esll by o U--- ___ rich attending to their own his
. CITY Bladder costume has been worn and the festival to get by ((1383)) alludes to thl* custom In little encouragement for thos
troubles most always result from
were more developed and the tor have doubt he has but .. "
I '
.. taring pains ot disordered menitruaUon a: daraneament of the kidneys and a our Is baa been much less picturesque. business. no Wife of Butli: who do>> not car to work with might

E. H. HAYWARD bearing down pains, Obtained qulckast by o> proper treatment of why should mention It at that timer She was a worthy woman all h.r Ilv*; and main.-ChicagoJournal.' .

,, ]leuoorrhoea, backache)[ and oead> thll IIIdney.. 'If you. us feeling badly-you A.tlosltr of the Cmkr.ll.. -Boston Trnuacrlpt.ho Husbands at the church door bad sb. flv*. .

'. Agency of the lending Fire Insurance I, ache were driving_you to the aDo can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Not one ,knows- whether\the umbrella i So late as 1559 Elizabeth, daughter AM Ornl.h' .( Na' ..... .
.Company of America-The Aetna. failing relief that Wine of Car<1u1 Swamp-Root.th.. great ldny, liver and was originally used as a defense w.. po. *.. i"Now of Henry II. of France was married It Is desirable to exclude'llgbfand

City properly :Specialty.: has brought hundreds of thousands bladder nmsdy. : agilnst rain or a screen from the sun' ," said Mr. Hazlartl. who was to Philip II. of Spain by the bishop. of sound bG t. wall'w'bar' : *yUdvna

1 No 803. Boulevard. DeL nd, Fla. of women and will\[ bring yon. It corrects Inability to hold urlna and scUIng / > but It ...emll' probable that the first Instructing her" In the mysteries of golf."yon Paris ''at. the' church door of Notre for the ear* l It
Wine of Cmdui wiU drive oat pain In passing.,and overcomes that Is. Let apparatus I closing ?
' umbrellas were sunsbadeev, In countries know wbat a tee me explain while-, Mary Stuart, bad been
. v known I In certain onimals -
save believe.
of compella4 toga ,
. all trace ot weakness and banish unplasssnt nacaisity being ft
the duties of the 'caddie.
V. H. nsrvous spells,headache and back.ujha often durlnllh. day, and to gel up many where very little clothing 1 I. worn now married' the year before to the dauphin which' Inhabit die sea U 4wtibs*JtflWP
rain, doe. not,intake much difference You to* same spot. Cburcb Eclectic. '
and,, prevent the .symptoms times during the night. The mild and (the on ear* ar* of small- auditory Importance,
: Dentist I from anicUdavelopiaff/ into dangeroos Mclraordlnary offset ol Svamp-Root la soon but the sun Is a power. Why shouldn't "Of cou.-.ht.rrupted.. "thecaddie's .- In theM da,..'when noises of:,*U.,kluds.
I' troubles-thai.will '*-1111I'II realized if Hands the highest for Its wonderful the palm leaf be the first sunshade, wbat: you put"the ten1In, I more or less nerve wrecking, assail UM

Gross Block DeLand Fla. to check. Secure 11.00 bottle otepj cures of the most distressing case*, wl&l1t, ribs and handles,to> order? It know what a tea caddie Is"-Philadelphia :A "*/110". Xmmmnr. ears by night a'well1 aa by'day.1 One
Wine of Cardui' today." If JcI .Svamp-Root .Is pleasant to talc and: (old bints at the umbrella,,:well as the P......... There. are Dun" ,wbo. wear male at .
Hours: 8 80 Sfi f and 1.80 to 4 aler doea not keep it, send the byiall. druggists In.fifty-cent and OM-dallsr fan. 'Trat tiers the Aluos :ef ..?I .<. li..i. M SilHNITho tire.' TIle ''rellglooe'' femalea' who are may .pardoned t If..a. .tgtwrweejrlly
''mone)' tnthe l sized boukw.You,; may, rmtmny. t.T, thu strangelygarbed are'. mentioned for.aar.lldii' il *a>doai ,Academy,
t. .idvlaQr'l Japan' 'often make temporary sunshades
The. CliAttan hav a sample bottle of sakritttiwrilli. Is a family "B.eollections l.
.1' by Sir Cbarles. Gordon In bis
Chattanooga, T......, and the) this" wonderful now dls- of gigantic dock:'leave*, .wblcb \tfcenl .kind that used forpreservtn'T" Tears A. Wllll'Wwfc.rT'' ;
SPECIAL NOTICE ::::1J '1I/11j1"IMUjt"t" sr. t **i(.ttm**i.slxfeu* ';. will' sent yoa. -**' :.. '*' *.>> 1'IIN'teeI:1l'tnJ'.IODo.1ed "' :Ma, ",-tm. t are tb* folks to oat ehurcfegettln ,
ofDR tell all about II, both .ih_ <-.._ account of Gulliver. Tbe .
Tie nut: visit > o "". ,forT!
: w: 1..i800 bya ] up a subscription ,
< : | p Mr Char **,{aoeompulecl < ? "
B. T. .ALL ;N OP, TAMPA. sent fro* by rnoll. Addrus Dr. Kilmer &Co nsMsttai-iia. a\ very great antiquity "'LFblladelphla To send our minister'. on a vacation
toast not for preserving tn<* **< .
t. Blnghaintort. N. Y. When wUitTif.mentis.* Th* word-Itself means-a--lUtle shad po a,leltow.officer, was seeking a hospital to Europe.1* ," d' t.. ..trfAJt' .. "

.__N TUB I reading thl* ganerouk''ofTW In thlsfptpar. ew." rWl''guthiWH' 1WW named f** .,_ J..... : r.. ifl.r.. .. ., -! ..) .. site fta.I.lgIIt>In Tientsin*of ,Buddhist China, when he : wout taor*.IM aarthtfrehj wai*

Ear Kw! and Throat? Surgeon J.I Don't make any mlstakcy but nsw epher > .,... "tltq/.ljQ! ,.flwt .IM.. I. came Bimnryt ,
Eye ; ,. TIW' flk i:1 ac.ugnHIs _. la.spOM fMtai, warnlats.oi,on* of..tb" te-sgooer .';, ,111"
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the Dr.-Clk "
fcxDeLaud.. will be name Swamp-Boot "No prMchla' *ervlcMu' I .-. F .
Inmates wlu> appeared In male attire, "
rlA'RlluJ. ; ....1. not far.fron folly.--Hochefoo- '
mer's IIwamp-Rt! ,-an4 th-addrss, ista7idar4aj jtbsur: "btkQWe! ,.n .. : fbov antm-ed; the bnllillnw muT'found "Ma. l8- t.S3 avdai lamytMMli fCau
Thursday, IVlay iStli. Blnghamton N. Y., on every bottle. Egyptian- l'IIUOp1-lrIB4'-. Times.: 'It! 'Co I I ; ". Ji.;.t V-Cleveland_X.dt.
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1 :: YOLUSIA COUNTY,t RECORD, j* *. 9 7' I I .' "'C'IJ:' :': :Ei'r3rCr' : .. ''I:': >w.eoe-a-a-a-; :: ; ; ; ..... .... ... _._ ... I

; f So horrible is the condition INTER-STATE COMMERCE t i

.{ 'It" aid to:' be at the asylum for the WATTS MILLER
Kutered:. In the poe'.of moe at DeLand,. .,.., 1 u
... j'' insane at Uhattahoochee, and has "
x seoond 01. matter.

', ; existed for a long time under the : r-;: LA VV HARDWARE FURNlTUliE !

B.'E. PREVATT Editor Proprietor.The late Governor Jennings, that the '>

: Grand Jury of that county hiss Prohibits the Stamping of Collars ftft *lii

,. Legislature has one more been called together to investi- ) Linen if they are not ftft UNDERTAKING M

week to complete its work. gate the matter and return indictments \ ftft j ll> I

: against those responsible Double Triangle Collars are Stamped LINEN, are Four Ply Five'Ply ftft+! LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, FURNI- \l'>
.f. The de the Japanese and for this shameful condition. A nature and Everything for your home the Beat and Latest in +/
Seam are made with Patent Buttonhole that will not tear"out ftft the Market and Vll
our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for tho
). 'Ru8srans'a"re""daily""expected to The Legislative; committee un- Cost no more than cotton. 150 two for :350 ftft, fine class of Good we carry. 1Onr| Furniture Department is three ,ll>
", meet and the greatest- naval earthed this rottenness at Ohattaloocliee doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything In'i'
ftft our lines we will take pleasure In showing through either ll
yon depart
j. battle in history will occur. and if half what it says. PIIONFI 17 IF. 3E MO LROY I IMMMMM ftft ment. We have the goods you need Bull will satisfy you or your \l,>I

Perhaps President..Cleveland i in its'report is true, the parties _MM alrlpa9511t rrr'fa_#''k9 91M1 911e Wka+P4ia fM6 9R i.4/fa.N_ MMM ftft money back. \.i.>

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""* has forgotten that the taew woman responsible for such condition ftft given all Mail Orders \.j) .

P' is even newer than when he should be sent to the penitentiary. ALL OVER THE COUNTY 'STATE UNIVERSITYIN 1 CONFEDERATE VETERANS ::1 ftft; UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.Mr. \:/ ,

1. was i ia public! life more uptodate" .. \l>
f -mmm* RE-UNION AT LOUISVILLEThe Mr. J. A. Stith, n graduate '
:, .... you 'know:", ., \ We say if the half is true, it TENS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO BAD SHAPE. \ of one of the nest Embalming \"lli>
is an infamous disgrace upon the Southern Railway Adopted ai Offl ftft Schools of the country l Is in \
that New York charge of this department and "
It'may be true fair name of Florida, and certainly CORRESPONDENTS. Legislative Committee Finds Another elal Route for Veterans.The ftft will give prompt and careful \''I'>

l State Senators are bringing( as Governor Jennings and the -- State Institution in a "Filthy' .""nd"Dllapldated" re-nnlon of Confederate Veterans 1 ftft attention to every detail of thin "I vJ

f- high as $ OOOO.', in the open members of the board of State Orange City. Condition and Its will occur at Louisville, Ky., Jane 14thto 1 ftft'! work. m

market,* but you would never institutions must have known ISth. 1 .! Funeral Supplies m
Funds Used Contrary to Law. Very low rates will be on by all the ftft .
think J it to look at them. that; such condition existed, andif Miss Dickinson goes North next week. railroads 1 ftft Always in Stock. M
F The Governor has vetoed the they did know they are too Our nice oak abode treea are being Tallahassee, May 20.-The report of Tickets bearing contract or special .1, >

trimmed on several of our streets the committee appointed to visit the form, U. C. V. I. will be sold June 10. _
responsible.We _ _
Jacksonville charter amendment ''''''''''' '''''" '''''' !JI'.1
q Mrs Thorpe bas been nick for about a University of Florida at Lake City was
hope that the report is not 11, 13 and 13. 1005. with final limit to !
L. bill, and that city must get along week bat Is now much Improved. handed in yesterday morning; but in leave Louisville returning June 19, 1905. -

with its present charter. The true, is overdrawn, for the sake The Orange City Hotel) had a com spite of its character" failed to produce Extension of final limit to return can be FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING

Attorney of the State, but the committee merctal traveler for Tuesday. even a ripple of excitement among the had until 10th
veto .certainly pleases City a guest on July 1005. by depositing '

l J. M\: Barrs. makes positive charges, and Mr and Mrs B M Tucker start Thursday assembled statesmen. tickets with Joseph Richardson, .special Use Painter's Simon Pure Special No. 1.All 1. I

hl, makes them in plain language.The of this week for their home in Conway The report may be summarized as I agent, Louisville Ky., June 10, 1005

*i Commissioner Garfield has committee states that vermin MamMiss follows: and upon payment of a fee of 50 cents.
Simon Pure is under the Follow-
"Chapel Hall was found to be in a The location of Special Shipped
missed his vocation. lIe ought and filth lurk there, crime Wlllitowakl went to Enterprise condition absolutely the special agency will
frightfully dilapidated '
announced later.
to be assigned to preparing the and immorality, drunkenness on Monday to visit Mrs Rossetter, Mr filthy, wall falling down, and The Southern Railway, in connection ing: Tag. :
with his
toasetter for her
i j. obituaries of politicians on some und debanchery are known to: came rig. the dais rooms where the students are with the Queen &; Crescent has been

r metropolitan daily. lie can find exist, the helpless inmates are : Mrs Rust returned from her trip to instructed absolutely inadequate filthy selected aa the official route from Flor I
Jacksonville last week She SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1
Friday. .
good in all things, even in the inhumanly treated and brutally and hardly good in equipment the Ida. The route selected is the quickest
peaks of her trip as a very enjoyable
average country school. Many country
and moat direct being by way of Atlanta
'i Beef Trust, beaten, and that the money the MANUFACTURED BY .
schools are much better equipped and and Chattanooga, passing in full
The Volusia State appropriates for its main one.Mr and Mrs Morse, who went to the more decently kept. The gymnasium view of Lookout mountain. Missionary! E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

county peach tenance is squandered.This each week before last returned on the funds for the building of which Ridge Chickamauga battlefield.through

growers are now busy marketing is a terrible condition, if Tuesday. They have had their cottage were furnished by Mr. Flagler, while it the famons bluegrass region of Ken- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I

I their fine crops of fruit, and true, to exist in a. State and painted is a very beautiful building with every tacky, High Bridge and Lexington, the Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals.GUARAJiTEED .

here is to them for good prices, among civilized people.If Rev J C Halliday goes North on the I equipment, is already] a dilapidated entire trip from Atlanta north in day I

which they are sure to get. Vo 10th or 12tb of Jane and Miss Alma condition showing serious defective light. requiring only one night out from ANAL Y$IS. I

lusia is coming to the front as a this deplorable condition will accompany him MillS Alma IB expected construction The faculty of twenty is Florida. Ammonia actual and potential, not less than... .. ,.. .. '.... '.. ..2 i! per cent I
really exists there Governor 1 I in the large of Jeriv..ll'r"m. Sulphate ut Ammonia.
F ,peach growing section. home this week. percentage Arrangements have been made with Po'asb1K"Ot.( : ) water soluble. not lean tb n. ....... . ..."". .. percent I
Broward should at once rid the Miss Dickinson bas had a nice new I I voting men scarcely one of whom I is the Southern Railway for special Pullman Available riiugphnrlo" Acid!!!, not ]less thou .. .. .. .. ........" ... .. .. f> per cent I
apparently more than thirty years of ] and first-class Infallible l'b".i>)inrlo Actil. nut. leas than... ........ .. .. 1 per cent .
institute it kick the sleeping
,. Ohio is hoping to head the of guilty chimney pat on the East end of The cars high- M"Istureat212@'ebenleit.notexceedbhg.! .. ... Bpercent
officials out, have them Trues which will be quite an improvement age excepting in one or two instances. back vestibule coaches to run through Chlorine, not exceeding:: : :, : :...:: .. ::'::":. : I
President off in his wild career pros- to that homelike place. There are" now twenty instructors for from Jacksonville to Louisville, as This, fertiliser la a ado front Sulphate| Ammonia,Sulphate| .. of, l'otnsh and
: against the protected industrIes. ecuted and sent to the peniten- one hundred and forty students, or an follows: D BHOlved llonebliick.
I Miss Welch having finished her dutiesas
,( It is all arranged that the Ohio liary. And he will do it. teacher left Saturday for Winter average' of one instructor for every Leave Jacksonville at 7:43: p. m., June

I State platform, to be adopted We believe that Governor Park where she will visit her sister fora seven student The building erectedout JUDe 19, arrive 13. at Louisville at 8:10: p m. Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida.
of the $3,000 appropriation" made by T.
this summer, shall out do the Broward will permit not even few days, and will then proceed on to the last Legislature for the veterinary DINING-CAR SERVICE. Write for Special Cash Discounts.! .
i the talk of a scandal or rottenness Apopka.
standingest; stand patter. department of the university ia so Inconveniently Southern Railway dining'cars serve
l I.f I. in any State department The VanSickles have" been bonne- located and so entirely] nn- all meals en route, service a la carte E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY, i

f Senator Harris, in the Senate while he is the State's Chief bunting this week. Their present placeof adapted to the uses intended that it has avoiding inconvenience of stopping at JACKSONVILLE, LORIDA. I

the other day, made the charge; Executive. residence being up stairs is Inconvenient been. wholly abandoned< and is no longer meal stations II I
Veterans and
can leave their --- -
on account of having two In A number of the studentsare
that some State officials were interested use. large .
homes in all -- -
ittle children.A respective parts of the
in the State printing There is a charming prospect studying branches properly belong.
State the
on morning of Jane 12, and
nice shower this Wednesday morn- lug to public county high schools, andto WILLIAM KOXMON
1 contract, that the work was poor, ahead for the Republican members lug bas had a very refreshing effect on private commercial colleges, thus reach Jacksonville in time to join the !
but the price exorbitant and the > of Congress. The indications Florida delegation leaving Jacksonvilleat .
vegetation and brightened up the face depriving the young people of this 7.45 that date. PKVLkR: IX
: p. m on
thing needed investigating. are that nothing will turn 01 Nature. well a the faces of farmers State in a measure of the facilities for I
leave Louisville
Returning, at 7:40
: a.
resident Roosevelt from his and fruit growers education which the. institution was intended m., arriving at Jacksonville at 9:33: a. Hardware, Furniture Dry Goals, Second Hand Goods, Etc I

r.. Jacksonville justly boasts of purpose of recommending a revision Mrs B G Pratt bought a nice large lot to provide. The trustee of the m making connection with trains tor f

'her .phenomenal growth during of the tariff, both to save OD University Ave, opposite her place University who have control of the expenditure all, points in Florida. i rt
where It I is expected there will be a nice of the United States" Govern.' Ia addition to the above the Southern I have consolidated my two stores, mid l now have a larger"! and better ,
the few and The the
past years, consumers extortion cottage in the near future, as a home ment funds for supporting the experimental Railway offers to those who desire to stock of Furniture Hardware, Dry Goods and general ]household, ) l V I
Record says she is entitled to and to yield more revenue for for her father Mr Lnkens. station have been accustomed to adopt that route an attractive trip ,good,* than I have heretofore curried l. and l you will find the price right.In !; i iI
second hand household department can be found, some Mir bar-
this prosperity. But rememberthat the government and from insisting -+- use these funds for purposes contrary to through Asheville, N. C., aa follows: train my (I buy and sell .second hand! household goods, etc ) 1 promise ,

all Florida and her people on comprehensive railway Osteen.Capt the national law. The management of Leave Jacksonville at 8.55 p. m., I you bargain In either department. Prompt attention (given :orders

prospering.. The prosperity rate legislation. Both of these the station farm is not such as in our Asheville at 1:4S: pm., Lexington, Ky., and quick delivery Don t fall to give me your 61'fieri), ..

',is throughout the State. recommendations promise to be Bob Nelson of New Smyrna was opinion would commend, Itself to intel at. 6.10: ( a, m., arrive at Louisville at 8:50a. WM. KOLMON', ORANGE CITY FLORIDA .
ligent thrifty farmers. in.
extraordinarily popular with the In Osteen Tuesday I .. _. .
i "We wish to say that we offer this Veterans and their friends who intend
Taft has ordered that and returned
Secretary Capt Leonardy family
I people but most of the to attend this reunion
Republican report in the most friendly disposition are requested -,
from DeLand Tuesday. -------- - -- --
x r: the i Panama Canal Commission- to communicate with J. O. Lnsk
members of Congress were and our object is to benefit and not to : .
A 'ers'purchase 'abroad two ships elected not the Mrs J S Gaines of Oak Hill Is visiting damage.The district passenger agent Jacksonville. $r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r/: ; : ;: : ; : ; : : : : : : : : : :

.which they'have long been trying as representa- her father Mr Gee Sauls. report is signed by A. J. Alford Fl.., so that ample and comfortable accommodations ill ID

; to, buy; These ships, 6,000 tives; of the people, but to represent Mr W T Walters msde a business on the part of the Senate and Bert O. may be provided for all. M+ Never Before mill

the protected industries and trip to Palatka this week. the .
Dyal and James N. Wilson on part '- Ili
tons burthen, would cost for the :
.two, '.if bought in this country the railroad interests in their Mrs J B Crump of Mime is visiting of the Honge. Letter to E. W. JamUon. O Have we carried a more !mm t
( districts and States. They never Mr. D O Monroe this week.
( Stock of !mt' t ti
< $1,400,000. Precisely identical DeLand Fla. Complete .
expected that a Republican Mr Herbert Pattillo of Hamlet, N C, Too bad the President cannot 't't

ships'can be bought' abroad for President would place them "be- Is visiting. his parents in Osteen this impart to Togo some of the Dear Sir: A gallon saved ia $4 or S3 (%(0 i t FURNITURE t tm
$760,000 for the two. week. earned. Devoe 2 8 in z
: tween the Devil and the deep secrets of successfully followingthe saves or gallons / 'h' ill
10. How much I hi it worth a gallon T
Mr H H Brooke of Dania Fla, is
sea, and now they are fiercely trail of the bear. for home the latest in the bent 11t
The Legislature has passed and visiting his father Hon R D Brooke this A gallon saved saves the painting too; Everything your style-

\ the'' Governor has signed, the opposed either to burning or week -- -- and both together cost C4 or *3-$4 ,t\" that ment is of made.our Store We want You to will!take find yon the through flood you this!want! depart-aril it'('

Jim' drew ,car,bill, which separates drowning, although the indications Mr 8 H Kirk will move to Enterprise where labor is cheap; .|5 where labor is II. at prices that /tl t

the races on the street cars, are that many of them are this week to take charge of Col Ellie' I At the Churches I dear.Our agents in Bridgeport, Conn Hubbell !1" CAN'T BE DUPLICATED !ill t

:: the law to go into effect July 1st. destined to be submerged!: or con- place. &; Wade To, tell us; "There are a ." ,,'u'u'uu'u, ;'
sumed.It Mr D 0 Lowe and family Manatee
After that date there will be no great many workingmen'a/ houses here. .

mixing of races'on' street cars, county are visiting the family of Mr W St. Barnabas' Church.St. They used to paint lead-and oil and take !t; Undertakers and Embalmers !ij\f
to that Mr.!\ Chas. Lowe.. k
appears us ten gallons. We have been selling them
'separate care or compartments Barnabas' Episcopal church May '" It'if'
H. Dickinson, who wag the private Mr J E Pattillo Is spending this week, ten gallons Devoe lead-and-Eino .and Full Line of Fine Goods {
being provided for colored 28th V Sunday after Easter: a. m. if'
peo- to the late Govrnor at Shiloh looking after his Indian have had in every Instance, two gallons
same secretary Sunday school 11 a. m. choral service ; Always on hand. >\,
-ple', as'. ,on.railroads.. Jennings, and the private liver grove. with sermon. returned." The proportion is often ,h q t

It ,President,, Roosevelt' declined has secretary to Governor Broward, leverext Mr Joe dry Leflls goods of drummer Jacksonville in Florida the, Services at the First M. E. Church. I, in higher ten; but than that that Is; we exceptional.This have known!. five m. J. R ALLEN & CO. n$

t' to visit the Railway Exhibit held' been' doing things'; that pent Tuesday in Oeteen. The Rev. L. 8. Bader, D. D.. Presiding is the explanation: Devoe is h. t.51.s t.

't f in ;cnnnection" :'with i 'the International he should not have done. While Airs Zack Batton I la spending the Jacksonville District, ground by machinery,and Is ground .....,-,....,_._._.....,-'-'-,....,-'-'-'-"_._._'-'-' .
Elder of the '' eeo:e- : ;= -: : -: : -:= -: : : -:: -: ,.
.. Railway: Congress because Secretary to, Ex-Governor Jen- week at West falm] Beach attending will preach In the First Methodist fine; lead-and-oll mixed by band., and, ''!'I' ::eeo:: eeo:: : cc cc : cc :.
he East Coast District Conference. Isn't ground at all.1Yonrs --- -
ning he associated himself ,
with evening
; of the press of public business. Episcopal Church on Sunday
Miss Annie Pattillo will leave here service. ,, truly
a Tallahassee drug and at 7.80: o'clock. No morning
: concern, "
Now l his 'i
insist F W DEVOE 4IICONew
for Tallahassee to the
',;, that he made a grave mistake from that concern all purchaseswere Commencement Exercises of the Fa! Methodist Episcopal Church South. York TEE! w. BOND co

.'c because. his ,action. ,,antagonized made for the inmates of the tate College., Regular services every Sabbath at 11 O W Fisher sells our paint. i 'i W t

",' the ..railway"men.. Perhaps the asylum for the insane, Dickinson a m and 7 80 n m;Sunday school at 10 -:--
Jfv 1 ettiiiK'; a rake-off. These state -- a m:ttanlor Epwortb League B pmSen; Re.ooI01l.Confederate_ Veterans at Manufacturer of ': l
'President: thought' Ire had so ,..._....1 T........ ior Epworth League 6 80 p m: mid-week '
1 1. thoroughly ments about Dickinson are madein -Look at !" exclaimed the leading prayermeettng Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A Loalstllle, K,.
: antagonized, the railWays me cordial invitation ia extended to all ; Orange Box'Material, Pineapple Crates, Peach W {
; the committie's report''inveatigating lawyer' warmly. "I never took a drop Low excursion rates via Atlantic
by his'advocacy
: legislation,, that a little of railwayrate more '; said State institution of medicine to niy life, and I'm as, these services pins Coast arbltraries.Line. One cent Tickets J per mile will traveled be Bold i Crates, Orange and Peach !Baskets, Straw- : r
strong as auy.two of your patients pat
) ; June 10th to 18th Inclusive with return Baskets ;
'or'. less, ." $ ount.,, ocether.Well ." Paint Year Baggy for 76.,. limit Jane 19th 1006. Tickets may be berry etc.
1 ,, .Buekman' ,- time's nothing," retorted the to .1.00 with Devoe's Gloss Carriage extended by deposit with Special' Agentto "-I t
.The, ,bill ,oousoli'dating Secretary Taft has determined l bjrslclan. "I never went, to law In Paint It weighs 8 to 8 ozs. more to the July 10th 111O ., Sea Ticket.Asenta. Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Anyx x
to; iconstrnct, the Panama Canal] iny life and lam as rich\ as any two ..
''k. pint than others wean]longer and/gives
the"various State schools] doses of your clients put together." ; where. ..
as. economically'as possible. To newwork. Sold by O. ..
ottwo a gloss equal to
] ;:'btie'for} boys'and the
other. for this end he has instructed the C. ....... c:___.. W. Fisher.Notice Address y

,. girl,, has 'passed the anal 1 Commission to buy where "Don't you fuel foolish t peddling7 JOHN 'B. WELCH, .THE E. W. BOND CO. WW W
'r house. 'If the bill passes the these nonsensical toys?" asked the Teachers' Examination.Notice ,
T they >can' buy cheapest in 'this
fl8" VJ( ec3mes'' taV nan of sever lei..... ORANQB CITY; FLA *
"'f,, a, ,,by the beginning ake.Helen, Fla.
abroad. As the is hereby'given that :
ef. ihev country or price "Tee. answered the street fakir, 1reel : WW
signature* Governor the ----.
average .bout.60 per'cent cheaper rather foolish. But what do you on Tuesday June 8, 1003, I will conduct
two1; Kbooli -will probably i ''bet think of the people wbo buy 'ear" the examination: of teachers. White at* Fancy, and ''Staple Groceries To /FgaYrgFFie4FeFlaf'gt, <( Fae egegEigr FFEiseNSiiaaii>tae.'r'
abroad,'-the ''American manufactu'r bacco, Cigars.
_lttcii 1'2"t,, .Zakjtyt'and'Talh- :tVashlacton Star. pllcanta will be examined in the High '!!!

hasj|e i' .The,.sLake'aOity' .school, 'ts'will have, to'cnt'' their' ....... School building, and the colored applicants I '
prices to reasonable basis TWo. De- Dry Goods Shoes Hats Etc. Etc. I BOND '
'...!ki: tf e: e.'th4L. Urtlyersity of > a or AHce-It would be etrans If golly in the .colored school building. LUMBER COMPANY.
the trade
l'.ilIg: elsewhere... hoald marry a girl aa silly as .him Land. .v "
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self. Clara-Yes; It would, be, twosoaks Those'taking the examination should Beat and Freshest Canned floods, Will quote you prices and supply you:from,their yards near the depot at Del'
,tthinedovetcr; :>< IV&*,appears from Claude.L'Engle] has resigned the! wttboat a slacle tboasnt.rA provide ,pbemselves"with paper, pens constantly on hand, and all first with the best cypress and yellow pUg{ >

,the reportrof'Legislative, CoD1D1it.tee" editorship of' (Jacksonville; and Ink aa applicants are required to class Groceries: .for. your table.' Lumber '
0 Mouldings Turning
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'' furnish the above.
inTestiKAtiag,jfc. It is in a.vif Daily BurVand' ; it is said,"win be De Canter-1. there any sore way to '

t.\ dilapidated condition:.the class succeeded by F: M. Stoneman oftiami. tell the age of a ........7 IM Trotter- Work will begin promptly,BXRT 8 FlBH.a m.t!' Country ProduceboughtOrden SHINGLES; LATH ETC!

:rworlC-fpoor 'and off!the'"UO ) .. ''UEnel.' '-on'of! : the y_ &ak ths ....... *aoltlDly byaltV Superintendent. Ail Lumber.. Building and Fire Brick promptly! delivered'anywhere In thDON'T
.,, ': recelve"careful attention
{rj,' J a"gtndedtg"'attetiding80ireir?: ; ;; m fln'e'.tand: htebtedtorisl'Nrl$ W- MMOTW W WM k and .delivery, prompt.;' You will '

'1'4; ; !'' e"", City. and Columbia 'county, ter4pf'the.8tate: ;*nd.Lhi$' talent The people who aft mast .... to .That BeaaUfU Glee*. I; find my prices ai low as the lowest' FORGET
,"" \" i be .hare. their troubles. are imsally ..... onmee from the varnish la D.vc.7'Va'' Olvame a calL < Job Work.If' : r
'whom'skdnld in cOntribted in small :measure .
a ;J. '''' -- ... -no- who M* most wOmgf wit .tketr goad. slab Floor Paint costs 0 cent more 'J .
: :;Mae\\1r". t o.the'success''of'the. Sad, :,Meek.-Ptete ..... 5..r& I quart though.' Bold by O. W. Fishery I .
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1m LOCAL SYNOPSIS. | Mr. Irvin Mock leaves Tuesday for CLASS DAY EXERCISES ii '
his home at Rochester, N. Y. II

18f Mr. Lee Osteen spent the tint of the '
Ot the Department ot law Aud-
( THE IKFOBTAHT NEWS ITEMS OF week At DeLand with hie family. -
Jf ,
THE PAST WEEK. I Mr. W. T. Walters was at the county /Itorium/ Monday Eve. May 29. NEW, AT FOUNTjJIN'S __

i PRE-INVENTORY Meat from the south end Wednesday.The The following is the program of the f-- ... -.... .. -

Local and I Society Item foe tae Pvopl. weather bureau says for heat the Class Day Exercises of the Departmentof .STRAW HATS SUMMER SUITS

.c .. present month has been.record breaker. Law of the John B. Stetson University
Pap r Brief M.ntloa of Fact.
Hon Frank E. Bond paid a business at the' Auditorium, 8 o'clock FANCY VESTS 't
OFFERINGS swa boar _po.......
iilr trip to Jacksonville the first of the Monday evening, May 80th; OXFORDS,
W. S. week. .
Taylor, Dentist. Organ Solo

i AT DREKA'S The summer plum la in market The bank will not open for business PROF*, O. A. MORSE FOR LADIES

Dr. Mellette's Remedies at AlleD'a.Mill" next holiday Tuesday. being Memorial and a Resident's KELSEY Address BL.ANTON New Oxford Ties Bare-foot Sandals

Department Store In Enstls.Carrie Pattlson Is vistlng friends Attorney Cary D. Landis made a professional Class History White Canvas Oxfords
See Brill'a bto..utifulline. of white and visit to Jacksonville the latter Class PhrophecyIRA
of the week. = FOUNTAIN =
black silk fan. 60 to 8.DO. I part A. HUTCHISON V. M.

Mr. Maynard. Bond was at DeLand The family of Mr. Sam B. Wilson Song-Sing, Smile Slumber Gounod

1 ;! Watch This Space fore from Lake Helen W edneeday.Mr. will pass the summer months in a cot MRS. ADA GRACE POWE

Frank S. Taylor was here from tage on the beach. Presentation to the University as a .

GENUINE BARGAINS Orunge City the first of the week. Miss LaFontisee, of Gainesville, is Class Memorial of the New York Common
here to attend Commencement guest of Law
Mr. S W. Johnston returned Saturday .
Mrs. W. A. Allen. GEO. W. SCOFIELD
from a basidess trip to Atlanta.
Mr. George Berry is putting up .a nice Acceptation for the University

We are determined to reduce here Mr.from and Enterprise Mrs. Ap T.the Ro first Bitter of were the little home on one of those fine lots on DEAN A. J, FARRAH W. A. ALLEN R CO

I South Boulevard. Solo Wrecked and Saved W KnowlesMr.
Enormous Stock in week.
tit. our
Judge Stewart is preparing to have a
all lines, before making our Mrs. John T. VinZAnt and child leave handsome addition put to his home on Class Address Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
soon to pass the summer in Northern PROP C. D. LANDIS
West New York Ave.
Annual Inventory. Georgia. Valedictory
Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald will leave Tues
Mien Morrison, the teacher of Elocution FRED FEE ,
day for an extended visit with relativesin I
i Among other things this at the University, left last week-Idr Pow-Wow Stationery,
the state of Washington.Mrs. .
California. CLASS Huyler's Candies, .
week the fol-
we are offering Sam Happersett and children
Contractor Gentry is making rapid Kodak Supplies,
lowing Desirable New Goods: progress on the Dunbar residence will spend the summer months at DINNER TO STETSON BOYS. Florida Souvenirs .
!Ualoda: N. C., leaving next week. ,

tIi! Men's Two Piece Suits $ ...111'1' ; were 7 80 Colonial Court Peaches are becoming plentiful In Toilet Requisites, .
Prof Sears who has been with the Mr. Chas. Campbell, Jr., Hostat
t/f. Dr. Mellette's Remedies
Men's Two Piece Salts 6.1)5) ; were 800 market, and they are now going to the Watches.
I John B. Stetson University, will not return .
Men's Two Piece Suits 8.41were' >; 10.00 another year. Northern markets in large. shipments.Mr. a Delightful Function.Mr. Clocks,

A Men's Two Piece Suits W.73; were 12 00 S. W. Johnston ia preparing for Jewelry,
Both the Atlantic Coast Line and the Charles H. Campbell, Jr., gave a
the erection of home the lot he
tit. a on
Men's Two Piece Salts IMwere/ ; 18.00 Clyde Line continue to bring large dinner to the Stetson base ball boys and Silverware,
recently purchased on Michigan Ave.
iff. Men Two Piece Salts Il.OS; were 13,00 freights to DeLand. Profs Sears and Colton last. Friday eve- Cut Glass,
Messrs. W. B. Minshew and S. E.
t Men's White Dnck Pants .OS; were l.CO While quite ill yet. Mir Lora Fish is ning at the pretty Campbell. home East Optical Goods,
Lemon citizens of the north
some better, and it is hoped on the way New York Ave, and a fine one it was. Fountain Pens, Etc.
end, at the Beat
were county Saturday.
Those present were: Prof Sears and
to permanent
i Special Prices in Millinery recovery. Miss Hill visited Colton Messrs. Ed Mickle W. Mlckle
Margaret her homeat ,
Quite a number are coming into the NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
city front different portions of the Stateto Elarldge this week. She i i8 making Pelot, Stewart, Pounds, Duncan C.
an extended visit with Mrs. R. J. Butts Broadwell, Tilden.
I attend
G. A. Dreka & Co. I Commencement. Bishop.Mr. The place cards were hand-painted iu
We have hot weather in Florida, but
Heyward Paxton. the New Smyrna the college colors, the picture of a player

we have the exhilarating eea breezes, merchant, was at DeLand this week on each, in various positions on the

H too, which are a great relief. making. a brief visit to his father Hon. ,diamond, and the boys had fun finding I

Dr. O. M. Wallace, one of the prominent D. B. Paxton. I their position around the banquet table. Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops.

gfi! residents of Ormond was a De- The menu was as follows:
Land Mrs. John H. Paxton returned to ..
visitor and
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i i"8t'!s'YS'psi"4t"'V1'K3'1hYt' *$r"fsrYt'"ffi%"' ''YS""QY"ffi* Jacksonville yesterday having spent Tomato Soup, Block Toast

For !Hale: -Good gentle family horse, the past week with her sisters, the Sliced Tomatoes, Olives, Spiced Pickles Branch Shop at Lake Helen and I am There Every

in fine condition. Also rubber tire trap Misses Erbart. Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy ,

Address Mrs. F. J. Davis. DeLand.Mr. Roast Lamb, Mushroom Dressing
Born to Mr. .and Mrs. D. B. Har- Wednesday and Saturday
Brill wishes to clean. out bis Baked Star Ham, Green Pea Salad'
greaves, Tuesday last a pretty little I IN'ew
"china closet" for new stock and his New Corn on Cob, Lima Beans
girl. Both the mother und \little lady
tI specially low prices are bound to do it. Potatoes,' Asparagus, Rice
are doing well. Boiled Onions I Wagons and Buggies: :Made or Repaired Horse Shoeing a

The University students will< be departing The Ladies Society of the Christian White Bread Cream Biscuits Specialty. Twenty-nine Years at the Business. Late with

I To a .. the first of the week for their Church held an ice cream social Thurs Lemon Tart Pie, Cream Cheese, I the Ilodgkius Shops] at DeLund. Everything in Blacksmithing -

wellbuilthouse respective homes for the summer vacation. day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sherbet Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Giveme
Fudger's Pineapple
I lIIDIIITiIIIIIIIIIIII11 t11'' lathe John L. Nnckols. Demint Cherries, a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
De es- Read ad elsewhere about the Daytona Miss Marion Jackson who had quite a Chncalate Cake, Walnut Cake

sary protective Beach and delightful accommodationsto serious spell of fever is again np, and Tea Coffee, Sherry Punch

coating of be had during the summer at moderate was able to take her examination. She Nuts Raisins, ; Bon Bons THEO DEMRO, Orange City, Florida
good paint.
prices. is attending Stetson. ----

I"I i THE Mrs. Charles. J. Anderson nee Austin Mrs. M. R. Cleavelani, who spent Commencement Program.

I :!':il'; .t; III II 1111111 II 111111 $RERWI4VWIILIAMSIi and child will leave soon to spend' the latter part of the winter at DeLand, Friday evening, May 28, 8 o'clock-

,I''''I'I"Ii'',I'":. "I,i'!'I',!!''''"" ,'':\\elI'I"1" :,\''"' PAINT' Bpveral months in the mountains bf the past month at Jacksonville, has returned Animal musicale by students the music Gus Woodall has an attractive announcement Marsh's Meat Market.The .
,I m"' ,ii ,,/ North Carolina. this week. He calls
I to her home Haverhill
(I I 1",1'I, ''' '' summer at your
'' II IiI IIII IC i ji!:: :!ll','j !'I:: is the safest,best, and most eco- The members of the choir of thea..ptt.t Mass department. This will be followedby attention to the flue line of groceries he very best Western and Florida
"\ ''I hll Ii ',I i" Domical good paint made. It.i ', the banquet given by the Phi Kappa meats can. always be had at the Marsh
ili church few Messrs. Perkins & Landis build is all fresh und of standard.
jjlj 11'11' : accompanied by a ere to ,
Ijli carrying
:! !Ii!!!! !Ill!:,:I''i;''':;!jIi best because made from best mater1III Delta members at The Oaks, on Rich Market The choicest Routs, Steaks,
I i ,f'' i'Id I ? Invited friends, spent Monday after their brick building about double the Avenue. llll ke Chops, Beef, Mutton and Pork Sausage,
lli'III III!, :,jlil;'! nlI I!:" falpure lead, pure zinc, and pure noon .at Blue Lake size originally!: Intended. Capt. S V. Saturday evening :May 27, 6 o'clock- We call\ your attention to the extraordinary eto The standard packed meats on
I w linseed oil. It' safest because these
1III' II I "QII1. Mrs. Frank J. Alldls .and little daughter Hough, the naval stores manufacturer, Graduating exercises of the business announcement this week of hand. Try Marsh's Market and get the
materials all tested best for home.
,: are carefully
: Ilia, l left this week to spend the summer is to have an office in thin building college. Silas B. Wright will deliver Messrs. G. A. Dreka & Co. This house
for purity before being used. MARSH BROTHERS.Plastico .
lIllll 1 11 vacation at the home of Mr. AUdis The University students have bean the address to the class. After these is slaughtering prices preparatory to
.. ,; It's most economical because it covers 1
\,. II parents in Connecticut. exercises the annual business college taking iteregular annual inventory, and .
hard at work the past two weeks taking
jI I, most surface to the gallon, and wears i
111,1\\ I J Color Cards and Color Sug- A great Irish potato crop has been the final examinations, .and very near banquet will be held in Chaudoin Hall now is yonr time to get remarkable.

iri IIII"I ::11/:" .1 4 long.est.gest10ns free produced in Volasia county this year, all .are passing, demonstrating the fine Sunday morning, May 27, 11 o'clock bargains there. It gives special attention, 1-

II" and those growing this potato have and successful work done at Stetson. -PresIdent Lincoln Hnlley will deliver also, to all\ mail\ orders.
the baccalaureate
COLON CARDS AT tlt t: made money from the business. There will be no morning services at sermon. Mr, E. A. Blackman and son Clarenceand
Sunday afternoon May 28, 4.15 o'clock
the DeLand churches all unit- Miss Fannie Allen left this week
Mrs. McKlnny and daughters and Sunday
LUMLEY & OSTEEN PHARMACYAlso -The last regular vesper prayer meet
in the Commencement exercises for Rock Island. 111., Mr. Blackman'aold
Mrs. McKlnny's sister, Mias Arms, left ing np Ing will\ be held.

Largest, Prettiest Stock Wall Papers in County Wednesday to spend the summer at the University Auditorium' acd to Monday morning, May 30 10 oclock home. Mrs. B. preceded this partya A Perfect Wall Coating

months at the former home in New bear the Baccalaureate sermon by Dr. Commencement exercises of the normal month ago. Their daughter Miss = Cloanlineaa
Hnlley. school graduates. Mamie Blackman, who has hosts of Combines
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Four negro gamblers, from New Monday afternoon, May 29, 2 o'clock friends. DeLand will %e married. in
Dr. B. J. Carson and Prof. and Mrs. Any one can brush It on
G. P. Carson leave Wednesday next via Smyrna, pleaded guilty before Judge -Exhibition in shop work and manual. June at the Illinois home, and The No one can rub It off I

WOODALL'S NEW STORE Mallory Line for New York thence fo Stewart last Monday morning, and they training offered! by the school of tech- Record In advance joins her DeLand
are now doing time for the county on nology. Also a meeting of the Alumni: friends in happy. congratulations and tico is a pure permanent

2="__-i._=_t-__.isr3Zii-_..t-,_,__._s-___._____ U __._. .uuuu.u.. .__",... ,, ___-tOUR Philadelphia will be passed.where the summer vacation the public roads under guard M. R. Associotlon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Robert Howard, son of Mr. and does porous not require wall taking coating,off and to
Morrison.Mr. Monday, May 20, from 2 to 6 p. m.,
Best In All renewal doall kalaomines.! Ills
SPECIALTY.I/ Mrs. Alfred Howard of this place,
\Ve Handle" The Marsh Market is now in its new and Mrs. Ellis G. Blake were exhibition of art students' work in the medical atPhilalelpbia a dry powder, ready for use by

______uu____._____,______u_u______________u_______...._....__ and more commodious quarters. The Laka Helen visitors to DeLand Wednes art room. Science Hall. graduates from this a and college becomes adding;cold water and con be
Marsh Brothers recently bought this Monday evening. May 21)\), 8 o'clockClass spring easily crushed on by any one.
We wish to annouuce that our Stock ia now complete in property, and from it you get the best day. Mr. Blake said that the peach ( ), day exercises by graduating classof a full-pledged physician. He graduateswith Made in white and fourteen
all lines and in fill all growers over there are now making fashionable! tints.AMTMULSOMINE.
we are a position so orders en- high honors, having a fine recordin :
and finest fresh meets to be had. the law department. Cary D. Lan
trusted with
to us and by another week
daily shipments
the be took. We .are in receipt CO.
Contractor Gentry has the contractfor (Us, L. L. B, will deliver the address< to courses
will forward. in load lots.
The Finest Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries remodeling and enlarging the Smock they go car the class. Following this will be held from him, of the handsome and GRAND RAPID MICH.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. S. Smith were issued
beautiful Commencement
in Chandoin program
%, house on North Boulevard and the same the annual alnmni banquet For full particulars Mil
that was ever brought to this market. Having cateredto here the first of the week from Jacksonville Hall by the college school, showing a amiild card n.ka.

the wants of the people of DeLand and vicinity for Improvements to the Mrs. Marlng Mr. Smith recently married a Tuesday morning, !May SO, o'clock large graduating class. w. FISHER.
the cast fourteen feel the Sprake property on east Indiana Ave.
years we we can please even and accomplished ladyof
charming young Commencement exercises by the
most fastidious. All we ask is a trial. There was some splendid and efficient
We also handle GasoleneWe Some of our county correspondents Jacksonville, and they have just returned academy class. work done at the DeLand High School --
off vacation this from extended bridal. Tnesl"yevenlng, May 80, 8 o'clock-
are evidently on a an : : trip. ,
the term. Of the 250 or more students -
wish to thank for the support givenus past
since our opening,you and hope, by generous careful attention and week, as their interesting news happen. Mr. A. H. Hntchinsou has purchased' The conferring of degrees to the gradn- nil were promoted to a higher Insure with us.

prompt delivery which shall be our policy, for a con Ings in their respective sections of the, the Milburn shop and lot south of The I ates of the college and law. To be grade with the exception of about Now Is the time,

tinuance ot this liberal share of your valued patronage.uuuuu county are missed in The Record this Record office of Dr. R. H. Gillen, consideration followed bv the president's reception.. in fifteen 04 cent succeeded in

'uuuuuu.______________h____._______.u_.u._______.__u.____..____u______._____._.________uu___________u_______ wee;.. I $400. The sale was wale by Uhandoin Hall.-.--- lug\ to,the or higher per grade. The Trustees pass- Spot cash for losses.

PHONE 79 A burglary. alarm Is being installed, Real Estate Agent Harward. Mr. Officers.At should by all means secure Principal U should be protected.R .
A. H. WOODALL Kent Club Elects .
at the Volasia County Bank. All up to- Hutchinson is to fix it up for an office.A Hulvey for next year. They can not do you insured?

date banks have these!, and the Volnsia large number of little friends gave a meeting of the Kent Club the better. He has been an untiring worker reliable.Wben .

County Bank is to the front In all improvements Miss Margaret Watts a very pleasant law student's society of Stetson University or the success of the school. Every company

----.-- for its own and the people's surprise party last Friday evening, anda held I last Saturday evening, the
Tuesday next May 80th, is Memorial does your policy expire? t
protection.Mr. delightful occasion it was for these following officers were elected for the
DAYTONA BEACH DeLand will now be down to its sum 'Day, and a national holiday.\. The '
and Mrs. J. W. Smith left Wednesday young people After the evening's first term of next year: In jour policy In force?,, ",
of the soldiers who the blue
mer basis until the fall graves
season opens. for the North. first to amusements the little President. T. Edw. Fitzgerald
They go were over people number sixteen.-
and the will\ be decorated with Telephone
"THE KENNICE"Will gray
; Onr people, however, especially .all Battle Creek Mich., where their daughter were treated to nice refreshments.Mrs. Vice-president R S. Geiger
flowers out at Oakdale. The Record is
: accommodate parties for laborers" and mechanics. will be very Mrs. Boydston Is at a sanitarium. Alford and her daughter Miss Secretary, George Leitner requested to ask those who have flowers HON i
busy during the summer. The building She has improved little since Treasurer, Frederick Botts
light housekeeping or board with very Bernice left Tuesday via Clyde Line for for the occasion to leave them Tuesday will find us at :
boom is still on, and a number more there a few month Sargeaut-at-Arins E. F. Gates U a 1
ago. New York, where they will be met by
room. For particulars apply to morning at the store of Messrs. J. F.
t't residences< are to go np by fall in addition Critic, Dean A. J. Farrah. and DeLand. '
Dr. Branning of Seabreese, was" adjudged Mr. Alford They will spend the rammer Allen & Co. A delegation will take all Stetson .
C. A. KENNEY, to those already in course of con ---
insane by a commission before vacation North. Miss Bernice will floral tributes left at said store out to I
Goodall, Fla Judge McCrory Monday and sent to return to Stetson in the fall to take the Jacksonville this week. the cemetery and have them placed up -

the asylum for the insane at Chatttt- college course. She Is a graduate this on the graves of the soldiers. i

booche. He was once before sent to the year from the Academy department.Mrs. Judge Stewart made a professionalvisit Sc McDonald
r to Jacksonville this week. /Messrs. Hough, Ivey 1
asylum from Putnam county. Harry Howard and children haw Invented a new and np-to-date
:: Mr. G. D. Jackson went over to Eustls
; The month of May has !given us some who have. been -with Mrs. H's parents, machine for the' purpose of distilling

THE ST. ELMO. i ilj genuine summer heat Some days were Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. R. Webb, during there.Wednesday to Inspect his orange grove turpentine. It is automatic. In its working '1

w ,Ii as warm. any hot spell we had last the month, left Wednesday for Jacksonville and eliminates all danger of fire. <'

.... 'w summer. :Last summer, however was where they will reside in future Mr. G. W. Futon has bought the They claim a clean saving yearly to the

'." an exceptional one; it was the coolest Mr. Howard having accepted a position Ralph Willison house on Rich A"e.I 'operator,of from five to ten thousand

:Wy: \ ',Ii' Vlsit'our popular Ice Cream') -';:. ; summer we have had for years. in the Jacksonville office as shipping Mr. Fntch is acquiring considerable dollars. They are now having one oftb.

: Parlors, try our delicious :T All persona who wish to go North at clerk for the house for which he has I valuable real estate at DeLand.Mr. & .i machines built in New York and

:W: I Cream and SherbetJ cold :: any time during the month of June may been on the road. the past year or two. and Mrs.. H. S. Winters came within the next thirty day will ha"elt

JJl. I,secure specially low rate, good return Mr. Clyde Jamison came near meeting from Jacksonville Thursday to attend Installed and in operation. 'The Record
W drinks, etc.' Comfortable :: Commencement,;,both : being I f $tetson is .
until Oct. 6th, If ticket be secured with serious accident last .Friday reliably informed that the new firm
:W: chairs, and beet service,' and"" ; from O. P. Carson>> before b. leaves. night. A* ha mounted hiv pony, to go graduate They are the guests of Mrs. have booked several orders all ready and

.' W '7T"he St. Eldon't .forget 'to'try our fine Mr' : After Jane lit all rate*,will be ad. !home from the surprise. party given Winters' parents,. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. that as' soon?.. the machine they are --"' '-

\J.fmo. Pies, candies before-yoq go. ,1 f ,,_cad. :MU Margaret Watts, the hone reared Allen. now building to in operation it will be 'We Draw All?.. .\. '

:W= bread, cakes, tiw ( i. Mr. and Mrs O. F. Fish expect to up, falling oa his back, with Clyde .Th* Geiger brothers,' who' have com-' Inspected by a large party of serpentine 1 lovers. ...
of mnsio with
maccarOOIlS, .., - .. .-'. 5 leave Saturday on an extended visit" to underneath. The high parts of {/the pleted their first year In the Law, Department operator- from all parts of the State. ,superb( stock of to oar store" OUr

:: lady fingers, .s : the Pacific Uoaat. Before their return saddle saved. him from being 'seriously at Stetson, left yesterday foe This OMObine to not only a money maker j -MuslalIbstrunienL{ : ''

-i always fresh. W. B. fUDGER Pro 5j they will view the sight at the Lewis injured H* received I some bruises, and their horn at Green COT Springe.Tbey for tbe inventors bal, will Increase the I; ,F %
( : : Don't run all town .
and Clark : at Portland. 'nnoonseions for awhile. H. and- pat intbe : over looking; it's a
j Exposition They wa was at are promising popular young men, out' tarpentine Staten at least t t''waste of time and 1D01Ie)'. What you, J:
; will return to DeLand about the first. of borne,, however only a day or so, and to and will graduate from the Law Depar- 90 ,,piiruent,' In, the savings. over and want, to hen, and at the right prlosx too*.,

..t.t.t ,, J")iiii! 11),.tttt.tttt..t ttttt.ttt August, now all right tnent a year heave allure the! old! method, ,I J. 'A. ERICKSON, ., e

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1 : 'ROMANCEmA' BANK I :Exeblt rs' Notice!
\ : : All creditors legatees' dlatlbutees and I
1 i: 1r 'OOD BLOODTELLS all person having claims" against the estate .
1t 1j I A TOUCH OF HUMAN NATURE JM'- of Amelia Lawrence, : are

THS ,WHIRL OF BUSINESS. hereby notified to present the same to the Florida

I ITS OWN STORY undersigned from this. Executors date or,the within same will twelvemonths be Great Throng Car Line From

.._ the CrateRS Old ..klaallBtCB .t.. forever barred.
..hl.r OMIsted 4 1 elastic movement the smooth soft skin glowing with .' JAMES n. CUTLER, :
poiltor .. "Wmm & ..1, n ..al Itf .
sac Llabt of Ur. l..... !a Her BrM.The health, a body sound and well, an active brain, good tp. JAMES Executors U OaR, East ) THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE J Charleston B
appetite and digestion, refreshing sleep energy to perform the mend and Washington,' "

cashier nut at his desk wonderIng the duties and capacity to enjoy the pleasures of IN otice.Notion .

what hit bud better do about that life. The blood is the moat vital part of the body; To l The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
Is hereby given that tbe under.
Jones note. lie felt sure that Jon every organ, muscle tissue nerve sinew and bone is dependent on it for signed baa been appointed by the County The West }J The Mobile & Ohio R. R Montgomery.

\ was on the square' but- nourishment and strength and as it circulates through the system pure and Judge of Volusla (;ounty Florid, admin v ,:.

"Excuse me. Is thin the cashier" strong it furnishes to these different parts all the healthful qualities nature istratrix of the estate of Wheeler H. Bristol Via Savannah and Ocean Stteamublp Company for New '
It wan a pretty woman of thirty who intended. When from the blood becomes diseased it deceased and nil persons having claims To EastTo
any cause impure or against time sHhl estate will present. th. York Philadelphia and Boston.
.poke. She wits well dEetuiod, und there tells a different story. quite as forceful in its way. Itciunjr. burning skin same duly authenticated to the undersigned. The 1 Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wa h. Baltimore.,

was that about her' which caused the diseases muddy sallow complexions disfiguring sores boils, carbuncles, witliln: I the lime prescribed: by I"woll.er- Via Savannah and :erchant& Miners Transportation

l 'J cashier to look a second time. etc., show the presence, in the 'blood of some foreign mutter or poison. wine' the same. will. be barred.MAliV W.. BRISTOL.. Via Steamship. Company for and Philadelphia. .

"Yes mudiiiu." Rheumatism Catarrh Contagious Blood Poison and Scrofula art etr.cts of Administratrix of tbe Estate of Wheeler To KEY WEST
"I au :Mrs. Jenkins. My husband ban a deeply poisoned blood circulation. These may either be inherited or acquired II Bristol Deceased.' j i Via.PENINSULA ANDHA'oNA

:for Your Protection an account here. He'll be In pretty but the seat of trouble in the same-tlie haled, at "HI..nd.l Florida Deo. D, 100. f OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. .

soon to draw some money. I don't blood. S. S. S., a purely vegetable blood remedy -----

:t _.we..plae ,,this label on every want you to let him have It." S S I S cleanses and purifies the circulation and makes it Executrix Notice.All Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway
looked third time at his of the Southern States are on sale by the principal
package of Scott's EmulBlon. TIm cashier ) strong and clean. Under its purifying and tonic effects agent
rersona having claims against the es.tet. "Through I'ullman Sleeker' Vort stops ,lu New YO' East Const LIe,
'TlulmanwltJio.flllhonblltbllCk culler.: This. time he Htiirml hard and all poisons and impurities are expelled from I f .Io'"n M. White deceastd, lire here- for complete information on L. Powe, Ticket agent, or address

.. to our trade-mark., auil It la a tlie.little woman on the other Hide( of the blood, the general health is built up all disfiguring eruptions and blemishes by nntilted present. the same duly au. FRANK C.BOYLSTON, Dl cal. .. Agnt E W. I It. ti'ARK.rlv..llg 1'.ao.Alen'.
guarantee that Scott's Emul. the railing' looked down at the tesaelat disappear, the skin becomes soft and smooth and robust health blesses thenticated' to tbe undersigned Kxecutrlx: 131) Walt Bay Street, ", llorldo.

"elcn will do all that is'claimed ed floor."But life. Rheumatism, Catarrh Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison and all dis. same within. will twelve be forever months',..rred..tram this date. or the H.M.EMEnaONTraUJo. Manager W.J. CRAIG. General Passengci .tgcnt

,lor It.; Nothing better for lung. It In his .uccouut madam. If he eases of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any medical] KLLA; K. WHITE. I Wilmington, North I'urolinn.;

,throat or bronchial trouble in wants to draw seine money I en n't atop advice freeof charge. THC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. Executrix: : -
Orange Cliy. Jo'la. April 4, IINM I

Infant or adult. Scott's Emul.flesh- him."My" husband Is the boat man In the -- -------. - -- -- i iI Raih
elon la of the greatest -- --- -------- Florida
one I[ Notice of Application for Tax Deed Coast
r builders known to the medical world." the woman mild. 'Tor ::00 days INCITED MUTINY. 1 I Notice of Final IIIMI.llllrlCe.It >l Under Section 'S" of Chapter 4S88 ay.
world. In the year ho la good and l kin I to me- 1 Laws of Florida
A. Rnatllah Admiral I1)1,1 Thl. [ Nolii-o. In bi-reliy gln thnt six months

: WifU nod yoa m immpl In. once be la lu always a long good while und"ho kind-got hilt-that then l lav-. by floral Coniumnd. It,i iilli Pita,/'r, I will lute, ,pre t"."\\"t'lll my On tlnal October iicconnta Sllrd: as., purd.purcbasur Notice l III hereby Tax! /given Certificates that Martin No58U 8hep-and local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April tl, 1905.

SCOTT &. BOWNE, m:::rlrt .* he l Isn't-ob, you know!I" Not; only tllil. an EnullHh admiral once oxcrutrix of the estate lIt Mnnnon, Marine, iH8) dated 2nd lay of June. 1IIO2 has Died .

"Yes I guess I know," s.ilcl the cash receive' Instructions to Incite bin nieu flail utah tar my It mil discharge as e"euutxr"ul.1 sail oertlllcate in my office and has inndo SOUTH.BOUND-READ DOWN. NOIITH.BOUNO-REAO UP.PENINSULAR .
to mutiny but he actually carried hisinstructions I I i application ion tax deed to I sue In accord --- -' --
ler. FRANCES 1ItAHI?;U. anon with law !Said cuillllcate embncesIhe No 99No.'
"_ __ _ "And I don't want you to let him out. I Airll21st| 11HIO.I following described property situated : .9. STATIONs 50.78. No. 81
on have any money. I know It l Is bin money On the eve of the death of James I., I bi Volusln county, Florida towlt: I 0.1, 0.11, _ D.I,. 0.1,.

K.BlUb WMb Krcne-h Polish.There but If be doesn't get the money If and as a result. of Prince Charles' marriage II I't"1 Se'/i of neK. sac 88. tp '8s, r 81e. 40 acres. i".0 a I.... .......Ju.k.nn" ...:.. Ar '"
are dlxiidviiutnifus nttoched to be just stops to think a minute. be to Henrietta Maria, Buckingham ,I If you want to a.t thebUftfwt .jf ne3}< of s vf% n. d a H of nw%. sea 2*, tp 18s, 1117' I. 0 saa, .......H,.. ."".. L. I 52 I' 8 U"

( eultb when ono was not born to It or will" agreed to lend the Vanguard aud/ lev- I. t..'.:.r" s. your" labor return And* foril.i "-I'. .a.'i'' i"; tutors' 310; IO:! acres : 13 I& 11 10 5i tI a i :: :::::::::;:::..$1....Htig-a'gi.t.no:: ., ...;;::,:::::::: :: : :g & : .15 40:

.1 slow lu getting used to It. One that "1'11 see what I can do, madam" said en merchantmen to the French. Be. I _.t..,.. your around, ,..."l....'. The said lund being 80SPSS'd at the dat, 7 lu I' 1 boa ..........East 111"''............. 4 34 I' 0 ISa
ol the Issuance ol such .
:Mr. Quliltiby found, snys London Answers the ca hler. fore his promise was fulfilled tbe i\!.'::, you can't nlTonl r..J'"IJiI ".. name ot U J 'Sheppard.: certlllcnte Unless In laid tbe 'i1''Ar ...=:....I.I"lka, ...,,.......... L. 4 10 P 6 00 a
wus that the chef always sent "Thank you sir," said the woman guenot rebellion at Rocbclle broke lIu'j I to pl.nun'blal but .t; eertlticato shall be redeemed according to C (4 P LY ............1" ............ Ar I 6 OU I' 0 D a

up the menu written In Ills own language simply and went away. and by the time Sir John law. 'lax deed will Issue thereon on tbe 14th 0 P 10,,' Ar ........I4'itlM.t.o." .......... I.. 2109 .....
French to which the master of The cashier walked over to the cage who had been put In command, was I FERRYxS45EEDS day Witness of June.. A.orBolal D. 11X15 signature and seal -2 lOp- -ou. LY .........hiiMto.............. A. -akj' -liOa 1
my ----
the hoiiHehold was u stranger. of the paying teller and picked up his ready to sail the authorities In England I'' this tbe 13th day of May, A. U. 100A.SAJM'L C .7 6'1'l 1.) 52 i I' L" ...........:."."".............. La U 5? Q 8 80 a .:
,"I should like to know what I'm cut written the list of became disagreeably aware that their 5 01' II n p .............I'.lu.' ......... U H P 6 36 I .
bheet ou which was n. JORDAN, s it timi .. ................VII.I ........... .' 3 ::11 I 1' a 19 a
lug for once. M. Alphonsu said :Mr. depositors. After the name of Mr. Jen. ships would be used against the .....' *:Merk Circuit Conrt Volusla County Fla. 0 a 101 t t 24 P ............... Or, "................ 3 10) I' 4 GO" r
occasion theatandard after 40, S I 30 ..... ...... ... ..... 3 ou 4 17
Quldsby< to his diet on one husband of the woman who French Froteatante. I ..... .3 P I I' .. ..D.. )1.-ti t ... .. I' a
king the Tbey alwayi produce 0 I Ot 1 Orli ....,. .. GO) 4 ao)nt .1
hare p .......1. liCe. .. I I'
"Let us the menu In English to- Buckingham was conscious of the the largent and .surest Notice Ordering Special Tux School 9 UI .... ... .i au 4 U
bad called on him be wrote: oropa. AUde. ... sell| 2 p I 1 Ar ... lnw )liiIyuJiiI .... I l I' a .
lIiJaY: .. storm of Indignation this would arouse. -- --- -
; .. this account until tbem. Our Ieeeseed District Elections.
e tlie "It 'Stop"' payment on Aseesi c 10 Ita B U I' Ar .... ......Lnkeli.'ien.. ..... L. U 4. pOlO P 0
"Oul Il1nn"l..ur.'IIIt I reply. my O. K. Is secured." Then he signed In Kuglund.: In his perplexity the only free onrO. _u.... _ Notice; la hereby' given that In accordancewith 108'. a 6 v .........0'1'i'ir ...... I:) :n I I 0 r'I' .
ceswev' dllHcIlc\ ; but I vucl da It so IfyouTCOl his name and called the paying teller's solution that occurred to him was to I .M.FlMRVXOo.1 Chapter: 1U.8 Laws of the Stale' 01 a S p .. Jivtlit, : = .I4 liii n

gif me re dletlulllllllre." attention to the notation. Instruct I'ennlngtou to get his men to DtTROIT, M.OM.; Kloilda Special Tax School District Elec. E 91 P I I' p :.....sew a''rll' .....: 2 '.0 I' 4 ill a .

A small but select party%' verne met to with din- An hour Inter Mr. Jenkins came! In mutiny. A secret message to this erect lions JTtb! lfll'5 era'' hereby in the ordeied following to districts bell on: May C :g 53 C : :A C ;; :::::::: :::'::::'fltusvllo.); ,: ..':':::::::::::::: :: l It 15 :: g O lion) a I ti) '
neithatevenlngaiud were f sent him the Earl of
was through
and presented for payment a check for - -- -
the' following bill 'of! fiiro.' Jenkins old Pembroke, and Sir John who bad no I I Pnrt. Orange No. 7 o ; ;0 a..... ;7-.s.. ,.;;;." ............ r.. 10 co a'iO' C'I" 0 M
$300. was an : \\e promptly obtainIWENTS Enterprise, Ho. Ullarhvrvllle. ill ....100.. L. .. ... .. .H..I. ...... AI' .. t U 00"
SoUP at the tall of the calf. carried good account wish to hand the ships over to the No. 2BeLnttd .
finlmon In curl pupora. a Trench, obeyed and allowed his crew ,I No. 13 ; ; --r i-- : ; ; u;
"I'm Mr. Jenkins, said the I i : : :::
., *Chest; -i of Potatoes mutton to jumped.M tho little. peas. paying sorry teller, "but you'll have to get to carry him and his officer !Lack to II I II Orange ,City; No., No.21 13Urtuonil U : ;:p: : ; I r :: :::::::::: ::.:. lI.-ki'-.in'.: ; ::: ::: :;:::::::: :: il ) ib its,\) :I.I: 2 It I I.

i Ducks savage at :shurp:; sauce.Charlotte tbe cashier' O. K. before I can pay WI.ft.! -- .-- Emporia, No. CT 11631.II 05 a : :: :: .:..::.:::..::::.tt.-ih.mi KmUnlh: :,iii,.:::: ::::.:::::: :: 1 It8 I 4 I ::, 1 1411i::4 S. S.
at applea.Turkey this check.: tli-rnon. No. 811 1 i 61 a a p ................H".n, ......... .. II UI",:II M"
at the devil. odor of The Rabblfa Pool.' Bmia model,sketch or photo of invention for f To determine the following matters ._ 1 8u a 6 I V ...............8. Lii..).. ................ 10 t J"I I
There a slight
Fruit. varlogated.Quldaby was perhaps free For book, iHOWtOSeCSreTRADEMARKS I .5 e .... I" "' 6 I' tJ
Brudder Bones-Do you think hit am re port on patentability free I I' ..... .1..I'.ru... ... 0I.
whisky on Mr. Jenkins' breath. wrIt To elect three Trustees, C 118n ''HI' ..... ......:11..1.I i .............. g Ii 111 I 1. 0
and Mrs. QiilOsby agreed luckY to bab a rabbit's foot Prodder $ I To determine the rnnihT ft Mills/ ifDlstilct 23 a 7 I ll I' .................. ....... ........ ut,I ') l I' .
afterward that they hud never li'0141d. Jenkins grew angry and Insulted In ones-Dat depends. If de rest ob de Tax to be levied and collected annually Isa 7 1 I. ................ J..on............... I 9 Jl I n II I .
hilarious dInner a minute. lor tbe two succeeding' jeai*. I SU. 7 I' ................NtiI,................. .' I) 1 I n n II.I.u
ed over a more party.'Jast rabbit nni bitched on to It nn he am C OM", 7 GO I' ........... 1101,0 M.'I........... S 4'3 a I I'
"Is my account overdrawn? he de- young n n' fat an' tender 1 sure do.XMilavllle .-... I. Oldered bv Ibe board of Public Instruction 8a 8" I' ......... .. ...J.S" r......... ;' 21 .184'1 i C
: manded. of Voliisln Cnur.ty Florida, In open t a II ........WesI 1'.lm 11w-li.. ... .. 45 ft I l
Par Toolbavlie.Tbe rourler-Jonriml session! Al"1I3rd, H" II ala 0 II .. ............. l3..i-tui, ............ :I 0 lit I I'
blade of a digging hoe wits supported "No sir; your balance Is $080. _________ __ _u h BERT FISH. : 41. 0281' ............I'.lr"' ,"'........... 1.)N suP C
mid "Then what do you mean by refusing OPFOSITt tf.S MTCMT brFICC 811 1u ti I I' ..............kt. "I"'d.o.. ..... 81 10" I""
bricks .
u 01 Board.J.
horizontally on two Notice of Final IHxcharite. Secretary the 8 << a'1031) I' ................ ), ,1............. 0 1 0 OIl I II I'
to honor check? .
ore kindled! on the ground beneath It. my Notice l Is hereby Driven that uii Monday, WAS H IN CTO N. DJ L. CHANDLER.Chairman.! .S" 10 'J P ..........lh.IIldulo......... 6, iS I 7 lIt "
7 19I
"You'll have to tbe cashier about 6 21 (4 i4
see a
On tbe middle of the hoe wan put, astaull that I acting under orders." clobe :30. 11105 the undersigned uilmlnistratrlx 854 I it I& ;; ::::::: ::::::.....) i: .;...::::::::::::::: Lv 8 2 : 7 20 :I;
heap of the seeds of a red fruited am do bottle nnn cum testumentonnexo -
Jenkins stormed to the cashier! *. of the 01 Martha D. While ;; Daily
and this. over << estate ,
; variety' of eggplant, over This D
Inverted the half of n cocounut shell de k. He was red In the face and eceaaed with Mid estate will present and the her vouchers llnnl account thereforo DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ. S ;. HOME.TIUD EXTIN310N S.I.Ex.

: baying a bole In the top. A piece of furIous. lion J. L. MoC'rory, tlounty: Judge of -SUa .. .. ..... ttia'i ... -... -A -.. -n tIn
.. L. .. .. .. r .. I'
bamboo was stack on to the shell over "What do you mean by stopping paymeat 'oluslu County. Florida, at his. rlllce In 5 tIe ............;A. ...... ....1iiuostuiid........... I.v.. ....... 845 t
T. CAIRNS and a.. "I
f the hole by a lump of cluy. AM vapor on my account be growled. DeLund! III said county mid ask. that said Propr.. Manager. .
account lie alluwtd and that she be dlo-
The cashier looked from bU desk
Issued from 'the bamboo tube the patient up barved from lurtber administration on DRESSED: N. 23 No Ii No. IS No. t7 No. Ii Ce. 80'' lIe. 8J :.0. I
Inhaled this by placing his lips and looked tbe angry depositor straightin aid eitnte. 0.1, Sunday Sunday Siind.y Dolly MAYOAT .AANCH. 'O. .1.0SI"d.Sund., D.I'
LUMBER Osly Only." Onl,. Sun i ,. Only Es L i /
the lIe looked bard. and In
to the top. Then he spat Into a bucket eyes. a ELLA K. WUITK E Inl

.. of water and then again Inhaled the moment Jenklua dropped his eyes. AdmlnlslU'ntrl"OeLand. AND ROUGH coop amp,"! aOOnt.v ........J.ln., .... A' j" 5 ;
"You know what I said the Flu., April 20, IOCS. Seep 66p I Cap ease.1 StitsAr .....ln. ho..vl...... Lv H 211 5 DIP 8 17 istup
: ,vapor After a quarter hour's treat- mean CelllnR, Flooring( Siding/ Turning Scroll Sawing, MouldingWindow ant '1 SEp : tOp :glg 1100 :: .. : :: 7 11 tUft : DIp ;
: : fICl :
.b. ;
cashier & :::::;. ::::::: ,
,; and friend, said slowly. I 41 p 1 29 p 15 : 44 a I 45e. 11 15 a 00 p :
mutt the patient a they Door frames Newel Pouts Ualuaters. ., Mantels Turned Porch Columns etc.
1 .. .... .
could see the "toothache worm" lu the "Who told you anything about It?" Special Master's Sale. Shedding for Groves am) Htnerlea. tHSTCnites and Box Material a specialty 01.741'!!_ 80p103nlooa" ...,..AI..y".r) ... 7") .100. P_ ;

aid Jenkins presently. Contracts taken for tile erection of kind of .
;water. Under and by virtue of ot fore- any a building.DELAND
ADd here's a modern Chinese recipe a minute again osure and Bale rendered In the Circuit .
tor "painless extraction:" looking Jenkins straight In the eye*. Court or the Tib Judicial. Circuit of Florida FLORIDA. -
f Cook well 'the bones of a rat pul.verlse "You know who told me" saUl the by the Honorable. Minor S. Junes, Judge( of Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company Per
cashier below his breuth. Hid (roort duted the 10th day 01 May, 11)05!) ,
., and apply to tooth.' If It Is. foreordained In a certain suit therein pending wherein Pipe fitting Tin rooting Gu>

f that the tooth Is to come out Jenkins turned without word and ll/abxlh: Eurdley assignee, eto. w .a oiro- tering and spouting Pump: HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
walked out of the bank. T E ECCLES
this. will bring It; If not. It will become straight Next ilalnant and the Halifax Brick & Tile
morning he cau-e baCk Ills wife was Coin; |'any,corporation ..tn. were defendants repaired, wells and tanks madtto
more firmly flxed: than. ever.-Sumatra I will sell Ht i ubllu outcry at the front door Them Time Table show the times at whloh trains mny boexpootod to arrive atanil do|>"''.
r. Straits Budget. with hIm The couple walked up to ..I 1 the court house, HI ))DeLand, In said Vouala order. Repairing of all from the Mroral ." ., but their nrrlvnl or daparture at tIm tlmna slated 18 not giiaranl I Iear
la Uila Company be held
the cashier's desV. emiiity. dining, too !I. K.I! hours of sulo kinds. Satisfaction & re.pD.lbl'orany dela.ornnyoou8uquuaue.lrl.IDgtb.r"10t
(' Hl Enviable Batata. "1 want to put my bank account In Oil Monday July rfrd. IU05 the name h lug Tinsmith & Plumber. guaranteed.
my wife's name" said Jenkins In a level sales dav. to lbs highest and best Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD ot Other Information'
"When I come Into uiy lauded estate bidder, ion' cash the following ,
'I'll bet nobody will put me- out?' said' purely formal and buslneanllke wny the land and pmpert.v. lamia, and prenilneii preniia s Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

a philosopher after listening to a talc transfer was innde. No explanations yluic and beIng: III Vnlusla cniini', State of'lorlila
J. D. RAHNER. Ant. Qen'l Pus. Aet. ST. AUOUSTINB. FLA.
were made, and no questions were ante # end descilbcil to win I All ol lots .
of woe by a friend who had recently _
One Two and
ed on eltEer side but as Mr. end :Mrs Three, except "tbe reservationf I
i t last his place In the country through the fractional I lot ileaurlied 1 herein asilluws -
the foreclosure of a mortgitge Jenkins walked away the woman turned : OimnicncliiK the south rasl' Not Drink

4 J'.', _"WhY. I didn't know you owned any and looked at the cashier. collier ,>f lot Throe' tlmnco west lu rtreuundied Why Southern Railway
mid lilly feet thence norlb ls
f 1m used to being called a hardhearted ;.
real estate. _. and old ogrees> west seven hundred feel. tliem-o." PURE WATER ?
cynical skinflint andall
"1 don't now, but I am very positive eaMt parallel to south Hun of lot 'I'hire, ,
t of having some later 'on. It will bo a sorts of names" said the cashier ourteen but i.dred. and Illly fiet In the "IK-CIID 'rilK: Orange City; Mineral Sprlnu Water Ii unsurpassed In purity, be'ng' EFFECTIVE JANUAKY II IllS! '

retreat, too-absolutely private "but when n woman looks at me a. beach, tbfni'e south I8W degree vast sp\en" > absolutely rrcu from organic matter and possessIng mineral p"operateseSI"'llIlIy North and vt eot No it: No 0Ky.
.. very snug hit uid'red fret to plucunl bcginlnK, contain. Vestibule Tn !n-Ksl No. 8J No. 31 No n
she did this morning forget them all. bent'tlclul eases nf kidney n liver' Iro'lble. -
: although In a populous neighbor lu IK; twenty sore ninrn or less: all holnir In TIts wnter.. has received flattering vndoraement from such Eras- 1120a jMcksonvllle, So 7-l.'i|> UIOi
It makes me feel like I was really ''do- men a* -v Jacksonville, 8 Ky. It :20n 785p I
: hood. There will be several other advantages 'inIon 81: township" 12: south. rangeaJcnnl.lietiact ( !: '. tun O Smltn. Hplnlt Beloit Wisconsin 1I5IH 10411) So Ky... ... 1
Ing some. good In the worhl.-CblclIrO I prnlesaor cheiulBtry., College. one l.v .lusiip.' Oa, S"ly. 2 rOn| ) I.v'call.[ 'I"Jll /t
too. It will be tree from hereby conveyed cnntiiinlng 011"bnnl..d ol the. best chemists! this onuntr)' i J. B. Ogden, director New York and Lv Savannah. 8 42 p lOp 12: Wtt. So .I. a }) 1401'trCouml.II.80Ity.
taxes and I'll be exempt from jury Tribune. and twenty acres more or ICSKI turtbor othen. : I 21p. lMp IHOuOoSl Ar Atla .ti", 8. Ity. ft3miA 10'>"n
I' -- -- with 'the nmublnnry and, plant or tueliaiti D,. lioynton oruievplund, Ohio wrlt..: "It Is the |purest spring water \lIe IDU&p1i r Home. So .I 7 .1 i n S 1.111)
,. dat7. Doggie's as Brick A Tl'e Company; to will Onenglne known tome. I am using it anti rucommen.ling It others, u only needs! ArOreenslorn. Ky. fiila 12 Sip Ar1llton. So lly I 125 ""OOpAI
"Isn't that fine! I congratulate you.Wish Pr..r. and boiler. one press and pug w.1Itor a trial 110 convince anyone that I ll has no aa a table water." Danville, ity. : :8:. 201)* :2H>* 'bll So Ky IiTmflU'r 10 :'P
(. 1 could Inherit something like "Please God lanka :Minnie Iloxti n making bricks one Tighter/ one mule Many pcoi.le, have visited Orange ('ii""r.lo'. 0' their physicians for Rlcbmnnil, So .tlo. 61"8 (ti12 I u Ar Lexington, Q & l a ":.1 1
that. Where I Is ;your place good girl. Please make her a awful anti buggy and all ether tools and imi'le.meats the ,purpose of testing the Mineral )Spring\ Wuter, deriving great benettt from AI So Itv. 53 la 420p ArCinoluimtl. Q Ai (). HOp 75 I aArCbarl.tto1vl.tR .
t good little girl. An' If It ain't too< much belonging with said brick making its use. The water Is drawn from a subterranean Spring 117 feet belnw the 711.. 60'aU :! .1 lOp Lv Clnulnnllt pig Four it lop SHna
L" "The grave. . plllnt. urfaoe, la very palatable and altogether the Beat Water 10 be found In tbe K- .I'' lIla A r Cbl"aln. Slit: FUlr. .. 7IOi 301
trouble please make her' good that Terms 011 .
f Tbe other Man said nothing further so cash. South. Ar Baltimore P By. Situ 11 SOs p l.v Pa LIles.. .. 8 liSp) Ii ills
t I Cillolnnlill
about the Injustice of foreclosing mort--I I'j I can take her new doll. an' shell think ? JAMES W. PERKINS. Tb. Or a rare City Mineral Sprlnir: Water received the only diploma at tbe Ar Philadelphia, PRy 1 141p 1 4p ::13. Ar lbOlllo 'a Unoa.... 7 lila' H 111)1<>
-gages."'-.New York Herald. i i'i It's noble an' .elf sac'flcln' never to ask J. MARS4ALL, 8, eclal Master I 8t te Fair at Jacksonville In ci mpetitlon with many other dlaplaya.. It la Ar New York PHy .l 4 l.lp 1 Lv Clnulnn.t O II & D.. .. 8 45p 831
'j:,, Bo loiter for < AI' C D .. 72uIM5p!
for It back again. Amen!"-Cleveland omplalnant now belnic bottled and sent nut hy the DrangcC'lty\ Mineral Spring Company, No. 84 New lork and Florida Express- I' III'p
(,. put up In attractive style In cases of 12 hall'-gxllim bottles. For further Information Lv ClnclniKill, 1
.l. ( 1or Tampa. Jacksonville Ar Detroit', I' M. 721uH.tnp 4 lOp
la the animal kingdom the birdsin
f. .The liar generally passe his tiin HODGKIN'SWagon CITY MINERAL SPRING CO., and New York. Lv Cincinnati, I'a Lines H Sot
to W really the class most highly No."Washington and Fbi Limited. I'B Lines.' 0 fl5aIKIOp A4'p
t favored by nature. Tbough they ore boasting of his hatred of liars thinking O. A. BULLEN. Mgr. Orange City Fla. Dally Pullman Drawing Rom Bleeding AI. l'ltsblll'l., Dig Four : u :'Ma3Xlp\
the thereby to cover his own defects. Car; Jaoksonville to New Chwlnnnl Big, Kour (Hr>,u
not placed summit of the line
, near Shop Palm l.lmlied.' \ estlbule AI
Lavater. No. iexligt.n'. Ho Kv... : 43 lila
8-8utb.rn' o.'fOpHliip
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:- of evolution, their ability to fly marks Urn. lag I t'aont Com- .
., -- --- --------- Arloulsville I So Ky 8 MItpsttmentCiubCumpoaiteObserv
. k-', them off aa baring lome advantage An<*' G....... lion and Ar St Ixiuls Sn Itv. ... .. 7 821 4AI>poso
..,; ov*r nearly nil the mammalia. Tbc'lr Brailllau ants make little garden DeLAND FLA. IniDg Cars between Bt Augustine, Jack. Ar Annlalon' Ala Ho Ky 9 < a ii liSa
r. myaterlou power of changing their in the tree tops and sow them with sonvllle_ and New York. Ai liiriniimhum. .Ala So I I 114'in04Da *
John B. Stetson "The Land of tbe Sky." No 80 Ar Memnbla. Tenn. ..rIH", ., tltSp'
4f polarity or weight In order to dive In pineapple and other seeds. The gal'dens Everything in Wagons Bnggler, Cart.. University Through Ar Kansi.s Cltv. Mo. FrlofOMrmphla.

: water or oar'tn air baa been''oftendlacustwd are found of all sizes from a single eto., manufactured and repaired in my Lv Jacksonville, So Ay....... 7 aSp' | Tonn.. .... Stlp: .
4, and the almost Incredible sprouting seed. surrounded by a Shop in the very beet workmanship Lv Savannah, So lly....... .12 IBa Hot riirlnin, 'k.. 9 20 1
. known Only flretc11men employed Columbia, Ho Ky... .. S O'a'
.: velocity of their motion ,When migration little earth to *a densely overgrownball and flrat-vlaaa work turned oat. I have DeLand, Florida. Ar AshevIlle So B .. .....". 1 lOp No 1.\-"fb e. Limited.I Dally I solid'
.. ometlmee amounting to 1 f'1ur't a. large as a man' bead. I"toyadded to my plant a Ar Hot, Iprlnp. N 4':) Ho Ky |' vestibiilod maui through, oouuhea and,), I'ull-

Billea a minute for vast .. baiDO'parallel Ar Knoxvile. Ho IU .... (lOp man Sleeping car Jacksoiwlllo to CII'lo1
( among other anlimila.i In O..lii* ... 1e..C..elC. AFFLIIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.COLLI.OE Ar l.ul.vlle, 1 Ny......... 8 flOa No. Iti-Pullman Ilr".ln. Koom Sleeping\
Itv 4 Car bctwien BIimlimghaiuAr
AI' ...... Mp .Iaksolvlio.
"Yon can't have without lac-
addition experiment with carrier genIus : OK LIBERAL ARTS-The standaids are those ol the Universityof flnelnatl. Q_* O.......... I 15s M..pbl.l1nl K"n8a .1y.

'. plcvona' at night demonstrated beyond -"cetttrtdty. blcago. Stetson's' graduates reanlvp' their degrees from both Stetson ..odChlc"I No 80-Daily Pullman Drawing: Hooiu No.'hlo.p, nod "''peolal'.nd
I doukt that th,.a,. birds lit least possess "That may be so, bnt I've noticed flint ('". Buffet Sleep ng ()ar between JankHon- Solid vestibule train Fnllmnn "
., 'a bl ily developed lenne of direction.':' lt'. possible to hate good 'deal of, cr- t.OU.F.UE: [ UK LA Qradnalei of Ibis nllege: are admitted to practice and t'lnolnoat. Room HITS between, Ail( .\,:' New, iVntnry centricity without much .enlu.bl. law In Flurldn without exarolnatUm. . .10 \ Cincinnati Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit .
Path. R..or.-Hp..Rlo1 COLI.EHB OF T1l'J1!: .UI.UIY-Meuhaniuiil, Olvll. Electrical Engineering, Excellent Jlnlnl Tnr Merrlco. and 8t I loula.
I i-: :: ;: .- -.. -- care and M annul Training course. leadlnir todt-wreva. Fine now building, costly --
I. _. ..I.rc. Ie..t". --- equipment AKUIVAUJ AT JACKSONVILLE a
.. COLLEGE: OF DU'INE*'i-Rnn''nit; In li'ltli branches, Book-keeping by
c. r ( 1hemi..r.iiJ. 'n tl ra-
wltf'fe"'literallowing Prow New York Ws.hinitonelo.-Nn. 2-1. "Wnnblngtrn and FU I.lm" 900ant
ADAGE best meihiHln' Flective courses Open| In other departments., Large faculty and .
' k asted jnotaMon.* from commodious bulldlnif.. From New York, Washington eto.,-No. 8t, "loltber's Palm l.ln I II 'who lufarodaevdj: the SAYS I'IU:I',\RATOIt r\f'AI>bMY Oriuluaira. prepared to e> ter Harvard From New York Wfblnjfton.. eta.-No. ::"\ \( nod .'lold.Kxpresit": 7 40pni
I II1p ot'..' 8l _,.nto algebra.. -Recordet -i. Yale, I'd -melon, t/'nrnell, Mluhliran I Manun and nil first olnss colleges From. rinoinnntl, A.hvll.,eto.-No. 21). "Washington anti F'orliln' Limit d" I Oan
NOUMAL ANI) PRACTICE HCHOOI.-I. Kindergarten ln Its own build. From Chloa o, Clnrlnnatl. Atlanta, eto.-No. 14 Florida, tnitod" .. .. .. I:
". I wes ...s "* ,English author who wrote itA Debt pes'.. .Es a he 7 CWN''" luff. 2. rlmarv and Grammar Hchnol' 111I. Heparale. ,. building.. This sonool .apeciullv -. From Chicago, Cin'natl, Chattanooga, Atlanta, eto.-No. U, "Chlou/o Pta Bpeu'l 1125pm| iur.
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j UI4 .jbject a 'bra. In hie .5fclOMM Mice. light I trf'pare.C. Public School tearhora.
7 pan < a doxen pianosisrparate building I. C. tank, DlHtrlct Vvwintrtir Agent 108 W. OilY Em.a. 10.
: 'I' fg..tl.sSeall.d "WheUtone of WIte. B 'HOUL-A $10 OtHI( 00 pIpe nrmtn, Mtrle JI1I'konI.
MM"sJftmat 188Tr-I.ry .*':To Tho LIVER .U thee) el mmtenth large fMOully thorough u urses. of.tulY., '. .. .. 1. H.H \R'tWI' -K. P.T. M W U.'l'AYLbEOlcA. Ii OIK"( (I I'. A
ART 8CUUOI New studio. ("' .Uv cunla: nin<1uls eta.
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[ tedlous repetition I MlDtaon* has a faruitT' or 4H proV( >ss" .t word? aqualto to. I wlfl.etto. 118 I t..nlth.. I'nlvnrsllT' Chlnauu" I is'vtsril..YaI.| >. I Dirt mi tulip) I'olnmbla Unlver. HEALTIFAND VITALITY
.'* dee,/often -In worko: uae a)pnlre of altv f rmna\lvirin. Brjn, )M'twr """-1<11"1)) I'nlv, / r'.lty r.l Hlrlilunn, (}Dennlaon
andoibriUiilveraitlua.. There are, nvrr 4101 II 000 In buildings and -lulpnientt a ) BaTOaT-P'SB
{... iUel line, of one"len" /b.. thus: -. Pills nearly quarter million dollar endowment: an endowed, library: of ever IH.OOO 1 .VJ jze-ia x>:L
-.4 S brcaVa.* no :2'tbyugea; can be more Volumes' ; <5 'deatiilfir ih)1) *! tl''* ,',.alli f. rnlshfn"S' Including fetalneil. glass The great iron and tonlo pill and restorative f o 'men and women,produces
.......u....c COLD TIRH 'SETTER -wlnduwK. Toll' tiaiatliiKS. a tioonou) ". | e rir.in; a Grmiiaslnm with complete strength and the system aJtrfrtnews the normal vigor,
'k I ,Cam ''|>n..ruiUHrnn eniili'a il Atht..tl ..: rei;: ;'$' to tle rq t.". .... wbo4.. .... set your Tires without takingwbweU .'d amimil, null,I tfrldlroii, (lir>ldi-s, *.* hn.Iiig.i.oiC, rowing sod .Lber.porta; ...pa. AFTER usns, or we will moll on receipt of prlon *( ,
". from vehlule"We take. boxes for '
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no rate (building !for muo and women; live large laboratories for rbemlstrT, Phy I I. C .3.0. Chemical C. Cltelan Ohio.MOTT'8 .,
:; bASTORIA, ,ter, lckl-MMy I I bells rob no paint..r. burn your 'fellooe ieavBaotarlology.JHinerulnKy in.t- h large n'nam with.. a hot tire. P and. it work r II bta. electrio steam t..at.OIIOL a, shell,mad.. *>.-. They overcome \I'
.... ,MM| rosters Jg. __"aI thtUVER ome see .I.trle "I. 1.1. bmd I PENNYROYAL PILLS &0,1
; and yon will nova have ? 'TIres act flues, speciouS campus, ; ', ll'erary and .ther ."I.lllla'. DeB Ireglarty
t. 'Ii '
,; !-r /&laab attd OklMr acresal 700, .
n. to ge4&j.Givetonetotheiyitem".
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'y .... .......v..a.:.. .L I. I b.ltbrlll UM expense are '< ] =B =s==sss==3 or and bnnlsb "plr'
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(, solid fresh to the : I thai.Met .an4 hoping)uoantiaaan In , : : jl, 1
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\..'." .1 Jl a pleasure Ml.OO P" BOX BY MAIL. S.ui'I
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