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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33138258
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System ID: UF00087347:00106
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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't VOLUME XX. DE' LAND, VOLUSIA CO.,' :FLA.:., SATURDAY, ;JANUARY 6, 1906., NUJMBKR.


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r JAMES W. PERKINS, 'rHE'NfW'YE"A.R


.r ATTORNEY and< cbuNSELOR-AT- MCELROYS.Did

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DeLand, :-- Florida." AT STETSONEvery ,

; Will Practice In State and. Federal

Courts S \ You Have a

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te ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW., Tho ture Kind of Chas.You Have II. Fletcher Always and Bought has been line borno made the under signa his. Space Crowded up There and Big S 'I Coat or Jacket

personal supervision, for over 30 years. Allow no one
Office in Bank Building DELAND.
Branch office over Postoffice,DAYTON A i to deceive yon In this. Counterfeits Imitations and Winter Term Ahead for theFaculty. : '
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L "Just-as-good" are but Experiments and endanger the to wear tfoe other day when we had '

1 ,.t Cary D. Landi Bert Flab health of Children-Experience against Experiment.: : I that cold .
; snap? Needed it badly,
f LAND FISH J
The Kind You Have Always Bought Happy New Year to alll We are off. own Vine and fig tree and incidentally did ? '
you not Why delay buying'f
;. ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Everyone has the step. A ;Joyous lively clipping that same vine. He wasn't I .

AT-LAW, Bears the Signature of lot of young people made the chapel ring "
I .., with mnsio at the first devotional sitting there or renting The Professor S'. j it when we have a large line to select i'-

DeLand, Florida. is too active and busy for that. Prof. S. :.
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exercise The dormitories
[ .are bulging from and
will
Federal probably
Will Practice In State and you ,
Courts. with the healthiest specimens of Flor. Farrah. has been dreaming of prospectiveLaw

Special facilities for examining and ida's best youth. students and working for them too. have constant use for it for the next t t'I

perfecting land titles ., .. They are here from all over the State ''I I
# Prof. Bauder has survived the Christmas -

J L., McCRORY, In Use For Over 3O Years. new faces among them too. The way festivities and the arduous duties of six weeks. I i

S ..c .rN.'''"CCM.... .... MU""'...U.... NOW'00"" C..... they business.stop out shows that they mean Santa Clans and looks forward to his Think of the comfort it will give you, and dont delay -f
--_ The University was ready for work with the tech boys with pleasant .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. them. How fine the buildings look in
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anticipation. longer. .

, 'r THE BAROMETER. on the same consideration should DO their new clothes. The fdrnitnre is all S Prof. Baerecke has his laboratories .

DeLand, Florida.. made over: to the use of the morg: )teor. In and the rooms Invited the new comers good condition ready to chase the last COATS FROM $6.00 TO $15.00

-* i 'B. Wright. S. B. Wright Jr. Jucldent That Led to It. Invention This continued to bo the law Until 184S.: substantial comfort. mosquito to his final resting place. J

\\f T' \yiUQHT & WRIGHT. br. Torrlcelll. The young people of Chicago are here Prof. Baldwin has been making things JACKESS FROM $2.00 TO $10 5
Tb. Y....
The bnremoter' was Invented by Tor. too. There are more than ever before. all vacation. He knows the value of

\ .r ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW. Vleolll. n pupU of Onlllcl. In IU43. In Yaks, which ara the beasts of burden Some of those who were here last year hammer and well Latin -_- I'
>- In Tibet are sure footed and a law as aa roots .
** NOTARIES PUBUO attempting to pump water from a verydp..p very returned Many others ;joined tbem
I and stems. Prof. Frost hag
load had
good one will curry a of over 200 summer .
well near Violence he found that --- --- -- --- -
Office at Telegraph Office. By virtue of our affiliation with the '
1 along the hill lot his heart all vacation for
pounds safely steepest laying plans
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In suite[ of nil his elicits the liquid ed schools at Seville and Branson re-
"f. University of Chicago they are still doing ,
DELAND, FLORIDA. nonld not rise higher In the pump side. They can exist on the scantiest bin coming bouse. It will be ths! house si>et tlely.. A LONG WILD RIDE. .
food suits them for their work in Chicago and will receive -
but
grass, grain a that Frost built. Prof. Hill has made
stock than thirty-two feet.: This set The superintendent reported the '.1
E. ALEXANDER, few days only, Eight miles a day la their trades there. Over Eight Hundred Stiles Hor. '1
J the young scientist to thinking and ashi friends all vacation and read law in school at Crow( Branch bad been discontinued on e-
good average, work. A recent traveler Every department has an increase of beck In Lean Thun Eleven I>uy.. :';!;
leisure the having fallen
S could not account, for the phenomenon moments, and tramped long average I
& tried leather boots. for his yaks without When General Kearny was ordered J
students. The College of Law has now below eight.l'ermls..lon.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.: In any other wny be was not slow tramps, in the pine woods for recreation.
success. Tame yaks are white, black the from Santa Fe across to California
the largests enrollment In the history of was granted city i
In attributing It to atmospheric pressure Prof. Subtle went to Miami and
Office in Brush Block. would 1 gray mid brown and all Intermediate the University. The Normal Shool has council of Seabreeze to erect a building with the dragoons', lie was anxious to(
lIe argued that water made 1
DeLand, Florida. graduations of these colors. The wild a great oration, to the schoolteachers for city Hall on northeast corner gut his report back to Washington a* .:
.Vlll' Practice in State and Federal rise in n vacuum only to such a height rak lu. Invariably black and in early a goodly increase also. Every room in there. They made up their of school lot, bald building to be removed soon ns It could bo done. The messenger -
would render the downward Chandoln is taken. This includes
I Courta. an nrea- spring his winter coat almost sweeps now minds that he was every inch a man a on yt days' notice from the who was detailed to carry this
sure or weight of the column of water the ground. At suoh seasons wild and the large number of new rooms fitted up good teacher and a good speaker. He Board. vepoit to Fort Lciivcnwoith relates In

: :DR.:> G. A. DAVIS. just equal to the atmospheric pressure, tame arc almost Indistinguishable, anda on the third floor' of Chaadoin.! Conrad won all hearts, and plead for the boy The tteasurer'a books were presented, Outing the adventures of that rapid ..
and: further, that should: a heavier fluid< hunter In Hall la full audited and found correct and all old S
story Is told of a big game now. Not another studentcan that he be ) ride:
PHYSICIAN given a deal. Miss
AND SURGEON of column conlj square
I be used the height the Tibet who shot his own baggage animals be House warrants cancelled They report school
taken there. East is also Palmer "I carried! only a blanket, a lariat,
.. DELAND, FLORIDA. be much reduced. To prove this he mistake. was there too and nade a telling funds on hand amounting to over
by absolutely full. Stetson Hall has i suite, rifle with about a hundred
Office at residence Indiana every address. I
,i& t avenne, selected a glass tube four feet long She was re-elected President $:500.

I Court House. and after scaling one end filled It with Th. II..... CneMnnt. room taken but a few doable rooms can .'of the Florida State Library'Association. The new bills were audited and warrants junds.of undo ammunition; a dragoon pistol -

((4 Office Hours: 9 to 13. 3 to 4. and 7 to 8. mercury" and then Inverted It In a S Why "horse" chestnut? Ninety-nine accommodate several more. Miss Hunaaker was at drawn la settlement of 111 me. about two spoonfuls of salt. I

basin containing. a quantity of the same out of a hundred will answer, "Don't During vacation the big organ was Miami, 'and Miss Crawford, and Miss The Board adjourned Tuesday" to depended on my rifle for meat and on

M, BS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE 21. DJ i peculiar liquid.. The column In the know; never thought about it." Allover thoroughly overhauled by Cole and I Laeergren. Its next regular meeting, the. first finding InJIun herds for fresh horses
I weighed about 140 pounds and warn
tube quickly fell to a height of nearly tho small branches you may find Woodberry of Boston. It is now in Prof. Maaaey has been working on Monday In February as tough as leather

PHYSICIAN SURGEON. thirty Inches above the mercury In the minute horseshoes that give It the excellent condition. The dining hull S his lectures on Florida Pleading and u.s "1 got my mst remount about eighty
the bntlii leaving In the top of the name. Where a bygone leaf has been
and servants' house also were put in the
Practice and preparing to give the law miles from Santa I-'e and rode It two
Office on East New York Avenue tube a vacuum nhkh Is the most per the shoe. curve downward with nail hands of workmen and given a complete Origin erf Lllae.
boys all do. Prof. days until I found a camp of L'toxhunting
... t.. DELAND FLORIDA. fect that Las ever been obtained and marks complete, Is printed on the bark. they can MacDongivll; Both name ond tree are of Persian
j retouching buffalo and got a fresh horse
which Is to this dny called the Tor-: And It Is said that among the twigs S ( sojourned in Georgia. He returns invigorated origin, but came to us through Turkey.
t D)R. } S. MUNSON' rleelll vacuum In honor of its discover may 'be fpund some with an odd and Prof.Webb B. Hill who Is especially for his worL.; Prof. Morse The name means "bluish" (see Skeat) from their herd lu tho night.I .
: : to teach vocal II here and his I hud to be careful about fallIng -
er. The name of the Instrument means"air lifelike resemblance to a horse's foot engaged stayed in DeLand. He baa planned big and Indicates the color of the flower. very .
j"t.J.; HOMEOPATHIC-PHYSICIAN. measure." and Its fundamental and fetlock. rich voice added much to the Chapel things for his music school. His head The tree Is said to have been broughtto In with Indians, for they would ,
i" have killed a lone man for his outfit.A .
pi'liii'lpli-s( cannot be bettor Illustrated .Ina/njf./ ; Is fall ot Handel and the German Vienna by Busbecq late In the sixteenth '
Office Second Door South of Fisher'i than by the above described experiment. Th. Ovnlnir In the Tomb. The office force is very busy looking masters and before long we shall have century. The first mention of half dozen times or more I hid In .. ,
Store. The perforation of the tomb was almost the I have some draw In the prairie till night or
Drug after the new students. Parents are mnslo name seen in English la in
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 3 to 5 Intended door of a great festival. rode miles off the trail to keep away '(
I' a. m.; certainly as a pleased with the present system of Gerard, where It Is given as "Hllach or
and 7to8p.m. GAMBLING. exit for spirits. Even In later times Madame Seuegas ate her Christmas lllach" and Is said to have been appliedby from their bunting parties or camps. ,

DeLand Florida. -- when the dead were buined. holes were sending; reports on the students pro dinner at Chaudoin, among her friends "the later pbysltlans" to Syringe It WUH cry risky, too riding Into their

Wh,.. It Wa rurliltlilen In AuolantIloui often bpred or knocked In the urns that gress. The athletic field is ready with and received a famous present Mr. caerulea or "blew pipe," by which evIdently herds nnd roping a fresh horse. S

QR. JOHN REEVE, Anil Enitland. contained the ashes for the same pur new clay, New'courts will be added Colton! played golf daily and wondered Gerard means the lilac. "I didn't dare make u IIru In the day.

Games "depending. partly >on skill pose. Borne cinerary urns have been for' ten nil. what Colombia.. University would do to "These trees," he says, "grow not time but lit night could cook a little

; and partly on haznid, with a view to found with little windows as It were Once more a Happy New Year to all. foot-ball. Mr. Rosa has suffered the wild in England, but I have seen them meat on coals, and the little I slept

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the pecuniary gain" were forbidden made In them and a piece of glass May this term be fall of blessing; and afflictions of Job with hla eye. Mr. growing In my /garden In great plenty." was while lying on my lariat, so that ,

J 0. Office in store recently- occupied by by tbn Itomau both under republic placed over the bole. good cheer. Turnquiat has made himself happy by There are, as is well known different my horse couldn't get away with It out '.

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West and empire. This was not done because varieties, some white some different of my reach. S
Stetson! Professors. making around the University
New York Ave.DeLand these games tended to demoralize S. Gratitude. everyone shades of purple. ""'hon I leached Fort Leaveuwoith S'

Florida. the populace but because it tended Gratitude Is the fairest blossom that They are back from vacation. All I happy. The lllao, says some punster slyly.\ I had ridden 832 miles In I alt I 4

I to render them effeminate and un springs from the soul and the heart seem to have had a good time. The S The entire faculty returns to the Is named from smelling- like a 11-lyt than eleven days and hlu' d

manly. Dui'lpg the saturnalia which of man knoweth none so fragrant President attended the State Teachers' work greatly rejoiced. They have He must have thought us wondrous Billy: horses The last two hors
Wa know the sound of I In
QR. H. D. BRACEY, was a period of license these games while opponent, Ingratitude II II Association at Miami and made an ad worked very hard. this year, carrying Illy. government trains that I 'I '

were permitted. Rome was "wide deadly weed not only poisonous In Itself dress. Prof. Farriss took his family to burdens, helping tba backward, taking .-Notes and Queries. SUFLL.

DENTIST. open" then. And a like indulgence at but Impregnating the very atmosphere the Carolinas to spend the MerrYule a sort' of pastoral care of their students Am Odd Old Custom. ... CHOP
other seasons was extended to the old In" which It with fetid
grows And this Is the of the
spirit true teacher.
tide with his relatives there. He comes Citizens of the old Devonshire town :

Office second story McLaurine Block. men Itomans.both It among was/ one the of Greeks the privileges and the vnpors. back to his work with his usual strength. The Stetson faculty 1
DeLaD Florida. of age. Tacitus mentions the existence The Man of It. This term he is going to teach Loglo. reorated Christian men and women. from arrest until sunset one evening, For _

of the vice of gambling among the an- He-There are some girls"I'd give the Prof. Smith spent his vacation in De- They are' doing the:work with devotion for while the horse fair' Is In progressthe bones chop of suey n small scrnrthe cl

'. / clent Germans. I world to kiss and some I don't want to Land a good part of it in the Dean's not with eye service as men pleasers, arm of the law Is powerless. This Into strips a half hid C 0
VOLU8IA COUNTY ABSTRACT and I kiss at all. but unto tbs Lord. That makes Is in continuation of a quaint and picturesque
as their
V VESTMENT CO. In England as In Rome gambling office looking after his students getting an onion and sllca It
W was. prohibited not because It demorj J j 'She-What kind do you kiss? ont reports and making plans for the work valuable: They give themselves ceremonial which hoe been eight or ten dried IT'
banded down
Bert Fish, Cary D. Landis. allzed but because It rendered Its dev lie-Any kind I get a chance to.- winter term. with their instruction. That will be III. from the time of Henry water for ten mluuuc, .
When the horse fair'
the
President Sec'y and Treaa. otees effeminate.' : An act passed In I Detroit Free Tress. :Prof. Carson might have been seen the best that -many will receive who town crier, in the gorgeous begins dress of a a stalk of celery jrlito bau -
1541 bad la view the double object of bere.payable Cut six[ Chinese Into slice att.er ? -
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during the vacation working'aader his study beadle of the last potatoes
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect'ed. "maintaining the artillery and debarring A Mnn of HI. Wo.d."Herel century, appears carrying -
Maps, Plats and Blue Print. Sup- act This horse Is blind. Why did ; a pole, at the end of which Is a washing thenthoroughly.. Cojk: a '
unlawful passed
games fcAn of rice
plied. you tell me Its sight was good" large gilt glove decked with flowers 'Inan abundance of bollluj 'f''f'cup
during the reign of Queen Anne declared to fine and forfeiture fund water without then drain and
Opposite Volusla'County: Bank.DELAND COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS hIs stirring,
"I didn't. I said Its sight/ was never Having rung/ handball three times
!LQRIDA. that all bonds or other securities for money borrowed from said fund. the have so dry that each grain stands sep
better and It'. gospel truth. The beast I rlet:. In his three cornered bat, an-
given for money won at play or
arate. S
born blind." 'on motion the attorney of the nounced
"Oyez The
was : oyez, oyezl fair
lent at the time to play with '. '
money Put a of butter lu ,
great spoonful a
CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF should be utterly void and all mort- Held Their I First 1906 Session Board were instructed to draw contract -' la begun; the glove Is up; no man can frying and cook the chicken In this 't
pan ,.
__ with Daytona miles for eighteen be arrested till the glove Is down. God
4 sasca "" I '.mur:m;._ Wa ..cWd. r... '''' :
Methodist I turning It often. When done turoirxh .:..
r Episcopal. Church: !South.! Monday and Tuesday.. months' rent of Daytona Armory.On save the king. Each sentence Is chorused ,
but not dry add the, sliced 'a
E. H. HAYWARD or crisp
I Regular services every Sabbath at It motion the county judge was by the children standing round .
S. ; u a m and 7 80pm; Sunday school at 10 Board met Monday pursuant to adjournment I and at the conclusion they scramble for S onion an.l cook for five minutes more. ,, ;!;
for miscellaneous '
granted a requisition one .
Ageoy of the leading Fire InsuranceS Now add the mushroom and ,
a m; Junior Kpwortb League 8 l'\ EX Bond : a small ; t
S pmSen; ; present nuts. The glove Is taken down at sunset -
>an1 of AmertoThe Aetna. The Cause of Many I for Epworth League 8 80 p m; mid-week wilD V. U. McBride, R. D. chair'l record; Quo GOO marriage licences; cupful of Chinese miuee. The sauce : I :r
and certificates letter heads 5X10envelopes.
No.3 City property a Specialty. prayermeeting Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A and' S. D. Jordan, clerk. ;. 'S ; takes the place of suit Add a cup of '1""';

803 oulevard DeLand,S, Fla. Sudden Deaths.There cordial invitation Is extended to aU Minutes of the last meeting read Qualities Vnllk In the ."... boiling water and stew for fifteen inluutei. .
The sheriff! instructed to
was
these services. and on motion approved and signed. purchase "A man l 11 a man down to his thumbs! Stir In the celery and cook for
new Iron, bath tub for also
S I ta a disease prevailing In thisountry I jail;
dan The following road and bridge reports heater for and a woman Is a woman down to her' ten minutes then add the potatoes and ,
I : most erous because so deceptive. use of jailor.
H. VOORHIS, U'' Many sudden WANTED: by hlcago: wholesale add were submitted: The Ciluilnul Court cost bills were little toes," writes Dr.' Havellck Bills cook for two or three minutes. Thick'

1 deaths are caused by mail order'houle;' assistant manager District'Noy' 1.-I'rogresa on Ooteeii examined and approved for the sum of Id bU. book "Men; and Women." There en with a little flour rubbed smooth to' !
I I IS S (man or'woman) for this county' andadjoining and Orlando road and the donation of of boll hard and
gill
Dentist, it-heart disease $ 1.Cl7. and clerk Instructed to Jusue |/8 hardly a measurable quality of any a water up once j
pneumonia.. heart territory. Salary 920 and $40.00 by. the .citizens of Oiteen for warrant therefor. port which Is not unlike In the two serve with the rice which must have S

Or Block, DeLand, Fla. I 1 failure or apoplexy expenseses advanced.paid Work.weekly; expense mon work. on road. S The treasurer presented his report poxes. Women even button their garn boon kept bot.-Now. Orleans ,TimesDemocrat -
5. often the result ey pleasant; position District 'No.( 2v-Repairs on' Crows
1Iere8Oto1an41.8Oto4: 1 1L J are permanent. No Investment for the month of December, together :ents on the other side from that cho- '
or
J. =- .. I of kidney disease. If Bluff bridge' and causeway rebuilding ,J '
;
I[ experience required.. Write at once with ills book and account, which ron by men and choose Sunday Instead .
( S. kidney trouble Is alI '
two bridged on Daytona and DeLand .
for full particulars and enclose! were examined and of Monday their Long Lived Anelent. .
I I lowed to advance the self- approved and paid as favorite day for
addressed envelope. .. road and general repairs- warrants ordered 'destroyed making Avay with themselves. So'tar In ancient day people seemed to. ...,,
t.--- 1 kidneypoisonedblood "S COOPER & CO" .f.lhe: report of the State Auditor was S have lived longer than In modern time
DIL. Report showed balances
R. HUNTER will attack the read ordered following as laboratory test? go Dr: Ellis Bays
S the 182 Lake Street; Chicago IlL and published, (Same to credit of various funds When the census during the reign of
vtal: :
I nt organs or Ut:" *oipou unquestionably su- '
wilt be
H opbattc; Austrian Drugs.ye kidneys themselves break down and waste -, Isuue .. published, else'where'Ju 4' 'S S SOil "tills Ueneral Iteveuue Fund..78-12.01: porlor In general tactile sensibility and VoHpnalnu, the Roman emperor, wa .-

..irpractlce New Torli:GltyV ljo- away cell by cell. FOR SALE ) .mott ,n"the' 'revolver-'-'bonds Road .& Bridge Fund. ,. ..... 68.62: probably' superior( In the discrimination taken several persona were living who i:
cated Bladder troubles most always result froma of fine: & forfeiture It'und.281S.1H were more than 100 year old, among .
tha Indiana Ave. 2nd door east cfl tastes with no advantage either
8 U. : ,
Brooke N./ Montrevllle'
of Lumt. derangement of tha kidneys and a cure Is I offer' at bargain prices she following S !. and S. them being two In Parma,, each 125 .
,y'a Drug Store. Office hours: obtained ,quickest by a proper treatment of property can use she fnnd to a ,better WUIor-SCott were< approved, .anti clerk CKOOI, BOAHD. 1.yIn the case of the other senses. years; one In Brlxellum,. 125; one la

i $.3OtOlObam.i3tto3and7to8pm.) the kidneys. If you ara feeling badly you advantage in my business: instructed to issue licence, therefor. Women have better memories read I'lacentla,' 180; a woman In Faventla,

CM make ho mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer1. Cottage, 0 ;room and bath/, opposite S :'The election ,of the Jury ,,liat" forth ..:The Board"or 'FublIcXnstruetlonheld more rapld -, bear pain better recover 135;, L. Terentlus In Bologna, 110; MM.
W. C. CANNONS' oot the kidney liver and 1006 was then taked: better from wounds and serious
f wamp- great tha ,i College Arms and facing ,golf year up and Its 'first!, 1000 session last.Mondayand Illness Apponlua and Tertulla,,the former hex' '
bladder remedy. ; gronnda nlcelrented at $18 a mouthbytheyear.i the required. number ,of names! aelec-: Tuesday With all ale less changed by. old, age and live 140 and the latter BIT, and at.Vele-
Lirefry Feed sand. Sale Stables: S It correct Inability} / .. to hold urine and scaU- ted.S '*,' member;and loT *::el".. lug
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; i '. 'Superintendent present _, Jucluni. near Placentln, >stz persona
[lug pain in passing It, and overcomes that : S I On motion the following resolutions 'I -, -.. <
11b1i.FasI1lonab. Turnouts unpleasant necessity of being compelled teJO >> The building lot nerif Boulevard and! 5 The1 minutes of 'the former'meeUng who were 110. four 120 and onewhowns ,: ra..i.
Bus mestel often during the y-and I to gel up'manymoe'duainghe on f Ohio Ave., adjoining Heath re.i- were unananlmonury adopted..nd! offered I were approved and 'the following, caw i S S A Shot Froi. n.ht.d.'. 140. ,

/ Harks ,B5 $ trsin. at \ night. :The ,mild and the dence, Baptist .' ..reoaags.the ne'\\> spread upon the minuteiteIlesUved. business. transacted;' 'b I ( One"of tho most Interesting feature
U. Ry. Irain. Oranga and s Uc extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root I I. soon wgtte and :W.'A,:Allenresidence;, size, ., that, we; the' board'' .ofcounty'j The superintendent.tlplrted that ha I of the traguJ:, In 1350.; .,I? which King I ,
trains at DeL it permanent I for it" 10 ft. front 182ft deep. commissioner wlH .At tham.eetmg1 .had Kllmcbuuo1'n'! eliot his secretary,
fwall coating, and f ,realized// ,It stand the highest won- '" ',' I appointed' Prof:, A. :O. Botld
botk routa Bi the .., IB nice lots located in July A. D. 1000, levy a Mr. ,nrUc-i: f.-ouv tho manner in '
; Gentle horssa require taking oil to I.lk1aondneLItis derful cures of moat distressing cues.BwaxnpRoot i' building about principal vice Prof. j Uulvey, resigned I Nolont: !
a V>. II S Is pleasant to>> take and sold 100, yards',east: or; President Hnlleya's slJeClal'tax of tour mlllafon the dollar of the Uraded School- 'Miss MabDetta I which, the' monarch tired$ his revolver. i'NttsPiIV'! I

PlMMM ._ er, ready'for use by i j( byrall druggists In fifty-cent and one-dollar. : rsaldeiiM and t no"new Johnston house for the purpose oJnmnjftlntf.tha pub. assistant In, High1 Schoot'said Misses I It'Is' said tlmtUi b;, wren .,*on! larooni .> :
A'rfc water and can ba tjrqedoisbvanyon.XI titfd( bolus*.,-You meyhaYs Minnesota and Amelia Area.: $70 to HQ. roada'of tit a,Jo-\\-Xl JprovMad,that Boseboxough i and Flab''asslta.t at J..lo .I.ni, wera/.dtiiikiufi, biCTb

tint K.th.4k! > a-aampl bottle o<..: $35pt rr. "* .the .city,counclV8v.b Uf the ;town.. In High School. S S 7kingWlked.o'igi, to.mantel,: .5
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this. wonderful discovery 0 land!! ..er.. the cttunfy'wlll ..- wWN.thtdys..pthiMffiv- S
bite new ] acresgoodroraagfr ; \ ]| vfito writtenall '
S UegnlmVproa i an and a book thai BriUh': 'pae kitag house,, 130! acrea choice alP' 81lUntl thl > Chairman Chandler and'thY feujWr- 'a'bf.* Jfvhlrb.xra* bung. a largMooUn*; : day*of Mlory,mod *. aMg Mm IwUnss
bath at It Ai ,' '4 I '.tea'walve ;,Intlndt.rePOrf1ld that'tt met I ...... PIe toyed.iwith; a; revolver, .for t> y S't'
,. a i Mb *about fl.,botH,,.....w___, high ana rolling- 'land three quarters of ViJta'sajdrto: bt y on ), S
bath school at i lOXIME CO. ] Mitt' free. by mall.Addi** Dr.Kilmer fc Co.: a mile from Pv.O Will: sell. taq..uttu'bSso 'said II I 108! 'bavgtor December. \ 23rd,.'per.order.:.C' BoaroVnq ;; ,u1a1li'..', dei-.:back to,This i YfctfnM> and
worth LjJrae<: mantlon soil, I ftljlt co' e"t I paid. ,1he1 jtsachsrsj'rtDelt:"saJarlaaitmoutlv I ..., U 1u1C not tNelson's! 'position'oopo
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VOLDSI& COUNTY RECORD Representative Burton has explained I.tat Auditor's.Report..ty. fez Volwl.. ALL OVrR THE COUNTY Glenwood.. -' 'r'-- ,., .",

d that is "r\\ R
aai ,, Congress perfectly
Tallahassee Florida Dec. 8th, 1005
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'.acmrn ,..,..xrsEntered '" .' willing' to pension federal employees To HU Excellency: 'Napoleon: B. TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO TUB ECHO. WATTS &

: In the Po.v>>ffloe 'at OsLand Flsas .. if the employees will Broward Governor. THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS "-
jl seooad olus, matter "' Sir Are fortunes told In Echo's valet

; furnish, the pensions to do it wIth. I have the honor to report that o) CORRESPONDENTS. How much is believed of the talel) HARDWARE FURNITUUNDER.TAKIN.G ]

B... E.,PEEV1TT, Editor Proprietor AM will be seen from the proceedings November 10th,, 1005, 1 concluded an Pierson. Tall : '

n -- of the Board of County Commissioners, examination of the office of Volusla Echo, long to hope I have clung
i'
County to-wlt clerk of the circuit Give me solace for pride that's stnng
Jt looks as if Florida will see published elsewhere in the Record, a :
Rev A Stenwall of this place terminated Tongne.
court; tax: : collector treasurer county
levy of a four mill special tax Is
,an ceedingly prosperous year proposed judge, judge of the criminal court, a visit to Upsalor Saturday.!
provided the incorporated town sherlfl superintendent of Public Iietructlon I court surcease, my mind is palled, LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURN1nitnre -,
for 1806. of the county will agree to( wake their and county commissioner( ) H R Braddock the handsome deputy; What is the effect of ribald t A and Everything for yonr homo the Best and Latest In ifino

As. bare sheriff of Seville had business here .Bald. the Market, and oar prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the
right to( the pro rata of this special with the following results.I "
f' "W; J. Bryan is in the Philippines I class of Goods we carry. Our Furniture Department Is throe
fond to be collected. And It Is hoped find that the Clerk of the CourtIs Friday. Or cot off the shoulders and nape? doors north of onr Hardware Store and when In need of anything in

: studying the conditions as that said towns will do this, for the a very efficient officer; all the records Our competent public school teacher Pin head, and big ears void of shape onr lines we will take pleasure In showing" you through either department .
exietthere. i in his office are correctly kept '' We have the need and will satisfy or
they money is to( be expended in the Improvement Aa county auditor he keeps account! Miss Elizabeth Bantwell, paid. a Visit to Ape.I back. goods you you your

of the public roads leading to with all officers be Seville last week. money
to
county required
no longer chase the hunt
1 Talk about cities growing these towns. It is a very wise policy for kept by him. I find that he has turned Is man can manly so give affront t ;; Careful Attention given all Mall Orders.. ,
Oar eminent Dr
them to do so, and for the best interest over to the County Treasurer all pub physician, George
r Tampa:takes no back seatfor of the entire county. lie monies that have come into his Kerr is treating a very sick child for Rnnt.Is UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.Mr. .

| city in the South anY'j band and that he has on hand or ha Mr and Mrs F B Carlile. that a reflection on grade!
accounted for all tax ale certificate Can it occur in a decade? J. A. Stith graduate ;
4fe '
When State Auditor Sadler
.'.4 It was herea with which be Is Mrs Josephine Lanier ,of this place I of one of the finest Embalming
no frost comes to injure the few weeks ago going through the The tax collector charged.baa collected and visited her slater Mrs Hiram Ashley at Decayed.Sir Schools of the country, is in

trees Florida will market three books and accounts of every officer oVolnsla. turned over to( the county treasure DeLeon Springs Saturday. that Is a pan and fanny, charge of this department and
will and
) 'million boxes of oranges) another he paid a high compliment to all monies collected by him on the Explain: with less ceremony, attention give to prompt every detail careful of thin
Our visitors
the public servants of this county. He rolls of 1008 and 1004. and his account chrlstian-like holiday Money. work.
winter. stand balanced. have all left and like-wiee the hungry
hadn't found a county in the State
Yon have Jocose mirth, It would
out that I I where the books and acconnts of the The sheriff baa made monthly reports hobo hangronnds, knockabouts. Say how can I hold his esteem seem; Funeral Supplies
They are figuring now the
; to County Commliwloners
S E Smith of this place Is nursing an
county officers were in better chapsHe Steam.
r' Jacksonville will be a city of a eepeclally complimented the County and funds paid Into the county treasuryall injured hand this week, result of a boll Always in Stock.'i"; j
that have into
his
come I have of
? Steam and perfnind rose
half million population within a or bonefellon right thumb and fore jJ
Commissioners In the manner In which bauds. on In attar and charm if I chose -J;
few decades. the financial affairs of the county were The books of the Superintendent of finger. Hose.

kept and where more economy was I Public Instruction, the Judges of the James Hughes and better half moved 1

-' Every.dollar of public money practiced In' the management of the Criminal and County Judge's Courts from this place to Highland Park last' Stop Tour nonsense, cannot you see I
are neatly and correctly kept. I'm in nervous train, I could flee
,spent for the improvement of finance of the connty. From reports The treasurer accounted for all week and J S Baker and family. moved Flan.

,public roads is money well and< and complaints which bad come from monies that came into his hands as to( Seville Saturday. KLICKER BROSJVIerch'a

Volnsla, he said be expected: not to find< county treasurer and on October let, Mr and Mrs S T Smith of Glenwood Oat upon yon,this is tirade
1 wisely spent.t' bad on band 1[ thought timid not bold made.
things in such admirable condition. The $20,278.00, distributed as who have been the guests of relatives am '
State Auditor paid this compliment to follow: 'Old. Maid. nt Tailors -
and friends for several days returned to
From the way he talks, one the officers of Volusla county voluntarily General Revenue Fund.... .$14,004.08
School Fund. .. .. ... .. .. .. their home Monday afternoon. A victim of cruel deceit
infer that
(t.: might Lanky Bob was a compliment, he said that wa 10,005.20 I[ own, you see my big defeat, S
2j; mad because Miller has deserving for the faithful discharge of a Sub-School Districts Fund.., 2,238.6! The Hagstrom sisters, Miss Legetteand
Maj. rot Graded High School Fund... 2280.00 Alias Eleanor, two of Pierson's Feet Three Doors South from Fisher's Corqer .,
pnblio duty and a wlee administrationof
i\i:\ tie eloped with Mrs. Fitzsimmons. strikingly handsome daughters spent a "Is there balm in Gilead?" Oh, then
the financial affairs of a connty. Total ... ....... ...... ....$20,278.00 week in DeLand. Better man with children often, .
portion of last
We are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fiaher'a A
\ If it wasn't Mr.
Harriman'ssupport Editor and Attorney Fitzgerald and I made careful examination: of the Harper and Minshew have improved Of ten. corner where we Invite our customers and the )public generally to call

:: then it was something records of the Board of County Com their Bishop avenue residence by erecting I Glenwood, Fla S W H and inspect our New Line of Samples for bith Ladles and Gentlemen
Mr.: J. W. Wilkinson were here from mtesloners and find that In some in- Just in-the latest Fashionable Styles! and Colors. A fit Is always
else that .
'It.. got withdrawn from Daytona the first of the week, appearing stances warrants are l Issued to persons a neat double fire place brick chimney -- guaranteed you by us. The best material on the market for the mon i t

under Ben Odell, and that right; before the Board of County Com other than to whom payment are due; to the west end. W H Stone of THE LADY IN BLACK. ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that (give

" suddenly. mlssloners as a committee from that that is to say, several receipted bills Eldridge did a pretty job on it. satisfaction. We are prepared to turn out more and better work )
', will be attached to than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order.
Jf'ifl place in behalf of the improvement 01 one voucher aggregating Albin Hagstrom, one of the most a.. care: For Qa.. Thttrvaa, ..&
an amount for which a war Her Call W.. D.a..... i'irSults' repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate price
',, President Roosevelt is a stickler the DeLand and Daytona road. These rant will Issue to one person, which efficient depot agents on the AOL eye

'I. for a law that will regulate gentlemen stated to the Board that the person will pay the amount owing to tem and who faithfully holds the keys curred In 1850 a few an days extraordinary before the thing death oc-of KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand. Floirda

; citizens of Daytona and especially the the proper person. I think the only t(o the telegraph approach to Bostlck, isat ,
)1 unjust railway rates but he has Queen Theresa of Bavaria. King Louis
; automobile clnb of that place were anx proper plan is that warrants be issued home for a short stay with home folk.
'* ,a fight on his hands, in his own direct to the person to whom the and Queen Theresa were passing the
Ions for a good hard road between Day watchful
Jack Turner tbe
amount i is and Capt summer In the castle of Arcbaffenberg
due that the
party, in Congress. tona and DeL nd and particularly desire ( the Board should show these minutesof Items sheriff and constant terror to the where their son.In,law. the Grand Duke I I

the Immediate repair of the very bad< In detail as authority for Issuance of roguish, Idling loitering class, and his liouls III. of Hesse-Darmstadt, came to

Jacksonville chronicled two places found along said road and that' the same.I well posted deputy Charles Kurtz of see them. In the evening when all of e

/ important events this week-the those people over there are ready to would respectfully suggest that DeLand were in this territory t week. the court were at tea, several persons Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops

reception of the Monitor Florida assist! In anyway they can to have such the minutes of the Board be publishedeach resent saw a woman In deep mournIng -
J of "G"Pler-
Capt Bailey
a road between the two places In the month as required and also( call company silently glide through' the room. J JI
1 ,a fine fighting; ship, and the Improvement of this or the other roadsof the attention of the Board of County on Mulligan guards depot agent and She stopped a moment behind the

Pure Food Exposition. Commissioners to the case of Laln- manipulator of the electric current, now chair of tha queen and fixed! her eyes
the the Commissioners
county hart et al. vs Burr and others recently bolds the machine again, after a three upon ber majesty. Then she disappeared I I

Big crowds are to be at handicapped in not having funds Theyare decided by the Supreme Court and reported weeks'sojourn at the Hart well, Georgia, I through the door of the ante- Wagons and Buggies Made or l lit} iir > d. orse Shoeing a t !I J.
going doing what can be done with the In Southern
Reporter and also chamber. The grand duke arose hastily
rn ):the automobile races on Day- limited means they have to work with. to Chapter 5180 Laws of Florida.All lorn*. i and rushed after the mysterious visit Specialty. Carriage; buggy! and wagon painting done in the

'ton a's beach. They are coming Thin move on the Dart of the people of of which la respectfully submitted Rev E LFogelstrom, a polished pulpit or. He was angry with the officer on best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing -

-now from the North by the hundreds the Daytona. people should of DeLand be heartily for endorsed we are by as; : W. B. Sadler, divine,of and gospel superintendent truths of Omaha of Nebraska the rome guard In for unannounced.permitting a The stranger latter declared to Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give .

f>" every day for this purpose much interested in a good road to the --Assistant- e.-state_Auditor. imnamed deaconess that city i II here however, that he did not sea a me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
, of few single soul In the antechamber or In
coast as any section ot the county. The for a stay a days, pleasantly

.\;, H:The,St. Petersburg dispatches people would do a good thing for them AS MEMORIAL TO DR. OEtSTON. domiciled in the N L Pierson house the The royal duke parlor.came back and resumed his i

r announce that all communication selves and for the county If they would Some body asked what kind of pitch- seat. Ills pale face excited the curiosity -

fj'd 1 with Moscow is- cut off; and bond for this work. It is the only sure First Presbyterian Church Furnishes forks the Pierson laddibncks carry to of the assembly, and at last.. was THEO DEMRO Orange City-fJRr.1dn

aptly.follow it up with a two way of having a good bard surface road Hospital Koom. support the Jim Perkins Mulligan guard obliged to tell what had happened. .
club, and sure Pat McOiatie they Theresa when she heard the description
between the two places completed Ir! (Kalamazoo say Queen
column of the riots Evening Telegraph, Dec. 25)
description )
and unreel the Ben of the visitor with the
we had such a road it would be used< only line up sassy arose,
there. daily by antoists and people general In memory of Dr. Louie Gelston, a Tilman 18 In calabre steel pointed solid cry "It Is for me that she has come!I"

fie! room will be furnished in the Kalama hot and shell that Shortly afterward the queen returnedto
i
with teams. It would be one of the penetrates any
zoo hospitaL The Munich and died there of the chol- --- '
matter
'f Blackburn, for a quarter of a great pnblio\ highways of the State. The was brought thickness and brads on the port justice I I.
before the congregation of era.
the First
century representing!; Kentuckyin Record has for years advocated the Presbyterian church Ida. WILLIAM KOLMON

of such road and Is in fnvor on Sunday morn- ... ... ,
the national congress, was de. building a lug by the Rev. Dr. John They played and watched the old The Arohln T Tv

feated for re-election by the of the county bonding to do so. The dent of Michigan seminary Gray and, presi-the year go out and the new one come in In the antelope valley of California DEALER IK
largest tax throughout the grows the strangest yucca tree of all
payers county and at the same time pleasantly celebrated
legislature of that State this want such road and be plan proposed was unanimously adopted. he western deiert. The yucca Is a Hardware Furniture
a are willing to his birthday. A moat delightful Dr Goods Second Hand Goods Etc
week. Large subscriptions were offered and tree not given to whims. It has been ,
taxed for It. Whatever is done the
peapie young folk party was held at the homeof
he work of making the memorial room described by Van Dyke as having "a
of DeLand should render every asstance. Capt Peter and Mrs Pierson of East ...
t' one of the most beautiful in the hoe tall talk rising like a shaft from a
!: Gen. Corbin says that Gen. ( pltal will be began at once. Pierson on Monday night in honor of bowl and capped at the top by nodding I have consolidated my two stores, and now have a larger and bet
'a and celebrate the old ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general household
and
Ohaffee made to chalk
year archIng
a mighty goodci.valrv The flowers. But the strange -
room will be called the Dr. Loots creamy roods than I have
heretofore carried
The removal by the Governor of J. down the and the 19 and you will find the price right.
new birthday annlersary has made Itself famous by
; colonel. But the mean Gelston room. The committee! In chargeof yucca In my second hand household department can be found some blbar.*
that the W. Perkins, of .DeLand as solicitor of > the movement Is composed of Mrs. of that model: young man and ts curious form. Nobody watched it gains. (I buy and sell second hand household goods etc.) I promise/: :,

as conversa- he Volnsla criminal court, for alleged Dlmin den Bleyker. A. B. Connable and ton Eugene. About 40 guests young grow. All that Is known about It is you bargains In either department. Prompt attention given all orders

t have left off at that neglect of duties and without giving Dr. J. T. Upjohn.In ladles and gentlemen enjoyed the bat it has two roots, its great stalk and qulck.dellvery. Don t fall to give me your orders.

the deposed officer a hearing has caused ospltallty. The weather was just all or trunk describing a graceful arch
consideration of the fact that Dr. each WM. KOLMON ORANGE CITY, FLORIDA
some bitter comment directed against Gelaton right and the air was fairly! lovely with rooted firmly Into the ground at ,
was a victim of duty, while end. At the top of the arch a great
Governor not In Volasln
Broward only
merriment of all kinds
osevelt and Gonongworth songs music,
administering to the sick in the scarlet extended shoots
like
branch> an : arm
county but in all parts of the State. eto there was not a hitch
games ; nor an
will be (over epldemlo which
has been raging, forth as if pointing out tbe way. The
Governor Broward appointed to( the vacancy awkward to their
month and will In Calumet, as a member of the Calumet move mar happiness arch Is so blgb that a tallyho coach
[ one, J. Ball Brninsey,
a young & Heola hospital staff, the form during the time. It was a grand display could easily pass under It.
moo in Florida clientlesH lawyer of DeLand and threeor which the memorial has taken 3f friendship and enjoyment from start

.,marry an Ohio fonr days after his appointment' appropriate. Rev Dr.seemsparticularly Gel. to finish, every table was overflowing AfaihBO Jn.tt... A
Brnmaey was arrested charged with In native irregular force raised by
ton pastor of the Dint Presbyterian with choice refreshments Eugene Pier. a SBASON Ip0506.Thejollege .
lagging checks without fund in the church ton is a captain at mating his young an Afghan chieftain the, following .
,
hit
subsequent to death
Nick lank, which, under the law of 1905, is a son's friends happy and enjoy themselves, amusing Incident,took place: A man JJDB
at Long. was given a vacation by his church forth
before tbe-cblef for steal-
felony, punishable by not more than ten was brought
aside from tbe
personal expressions: of
.li ntends tcTframe a new In the penitentiary. The rest of the year and with Mrs. Gel. lag a shirt and this Is bow the case : Arms
years charges teaming countenance of louder
'1"I' ;tariff bill and lick'the Duke of made Mr. Schmidt ton is now in Ann Arbor. They will allspok. proceeded:
by proprietor of ban words proving that all their
enjoyments -
r.- be
notified of the
action of the con Cblef (to prisoner)-Yon are charged
Manchester is obviously the Schmidt Villa at Daytona. He fall I IOpens
- ;r-,: wrong. gregation. were to the brim and that with stealing a shirt
" ," ,J /He' won't have time for bothundertakings claims that the Brnmsey heck was for I they bad spent one of the greatest First Witness Your honor it was
more than the amount of his board bill LAND, FLORIDA \ (
eights seasons of their lives to be -
never shirt.
.
\r' the same session of .0.... Tha.k.nr.It my
,. u.ngreu. and that he (Schmidt) gave Brnmseyhe Is related tbat when he first visited forgotten, with the hope that God will Second Witness-I saw ham steal the
for Guests
;; \ '" difference in cash. It has been suggested Ireland Thackeray took a drive on v.g 1a es him t o h eve It repeat ed a bo D t 75 I shirt, your honor; .__ ____,' December 1st., 1905. -,. --t
it" that there is politics in the a Dublin car some dlatance Into the more times Result-Prisoner ten days lor ...,a.-

.1 r v.The Carnegie Institution hasetablished charge but all who know Mr. Schmidt country. Milestones had recently been lug the shirt Bret witness ten days for

,'\ .! ."e special laboratory will know just how little credence to erected along the roads and on each HISS BESSIE ASHLEY HAPPILY WEDDED not looking after the shirt better and Under the management John G, Holland "

'q !:'" I in,Arizona to''find.oat how desert place. In such a story. Mr. Perkins, the was printed the number" of miles with TO MR D D DURDEN OF AUBURN second witness ten days for not mind- (same management as last season) Manager of,
leposed solicitor, was elected to his the letters "0. P. O.. distances being lug his own business.
L4)Wplantalive on air. The inforiaat.t DALE FLA. the BLUE MouirrAis LARS HOTEL
measured from the general postoffloe.rbackeray Blue Mountain
,
office by a vote which ran far and
ion'will subsequently. be turned beyond any other candidate on away the was unaware of this and Miss Bessie Ashley, stopping at De- Lose Tr....r. of the A..I..... Lake, New York, (Adirondack Mountains.)
world
of the ancient
t1"r" ,:over. to the steel trust workmen ticket: 'He was the people's choice for In his thirst for Information asked the :Leon Springs was united marriage : What null treasures,lie bidden among the debrisof For rates, reservations and other informationon
)0 carman what the letters meant. The at the Methodist may
S7Sff 7 free of charge. the office and the Governor has cer prompt> reply was, "God preserve parsonage in Lakeland the past Where ale the riches of and after November 5th, 1905, address
Deo
> Sunday 94th, the Rev Mltcbel
v t r j ...+,-.-- tainly taken a high handed coarse in VConnell." Thackeray believed what per- Babylon and Nlneveb? Where are the JOHN O. ,
HOLLAND
'?" : has been turned removing him, particularly complaint he was told but the Incident only appeared portned the binding ceremony In._the secret,, treasure chambers of Egypt ."
Bosti'Odell
fy} ,down of James Alexander and without\ so In the first edition of bis book. presence of 'a few invited !gneata and Where Is the gold of the Phoenicians THE COLLEGE {"

'. ;i!., in New,York State politics, muoh as giving Mr. Perkins a hearing. relatives his most Impressive manner. Where. is the tomb of Alarlc the Goth,'' ARMS,

;s. *}the"partTmachinery having been, It Governor Broward Is to be snob ,a ..... w_.. Tbe young couple took refreshments that was' crammed with all the richest .DeLana-Pi :'r

"'' taken |f.rom' hia"hands" by Qov.HlgginsV tickler of parity election, he had The hardest known wood Is coons: served among<< friends and then departedon .poll* of Rome? Who has discovered
;
:"r I ? wood It Is much used In.she manufacur and
short the secret places of Mexico Peru
'i a honeymoon tour to Charleston
\;, << : :who,'it Is said, had, the better turn in the direction of Taylorand of flutes,>terlnets! and other !Intmments. Richmond and Washington.' Upon .where the untold wealth of mighty A

\ 1 sympathy,*'and ':silent assistance Lafayette counties, by power of the .The ton. which It produces tbelr return they will make their future dynasties was stored?
: fraudulent primary vote In 'which Is rich and powerful. Another Very .
'-'
,
of RooseveltV
President
\ / home in Anbnrndale where Mr Dnrden
.j u M = counties it la generally understood he bard wood is that of the desert Ironwood ;
:!J -- was enabled to( assume his own high tree. 'It has black\ heart. so bard baa extensive saw mill and timber
: \\JWf see''' '' Lamar
.do'1-'f; .where Billy o1D_-PaUtka: News when well seasoned thet.lt.:Will turn interests The groom Is. a young man

b: "" is important in Congress .. be edge of an ax,and. can scarcely. be of excellent..cb&ractor and has many JOHN B. WELCH,

,I' that )be"should:have been' better out by a well tempered saw. friend" In the business world. The brideIs I i'i'ck'

,j4" ', Cretited'' :JE>y: the minority leader "Housekeeping Ho...k_.,.In. Bnlawsyo l. ....,,was F..,simple os.t 1 PV.dls Tr... of a Pntnani'connty.most charming>> yonng. then lady Pierson, formerly and ORANGE CITY-: FLA
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.'t\ In byte- eelection'of'committee.! ; in on* respect-so little variety was /A. ''cynical philosopher is quoted as later D.Ceon Springs. They enter'Into :
most fatnoaefwri KMslble that .learned not'to saying that the average Inhabitant of Fancy and Staple Qroctrles To-
+I' menMr- ,Lamar iii yon aoon time _,aoatrimonlal state with the boat
expect It" writ** a, former resident of ElDI'Ian4-or any' other country for bacco, Cigars.Dry .
-. nephew. "'of 'the$. te*I-,Q. O. that African town.,."We lived chiefly on hat"''matter-would feel the loss of wishes pf a hos of friends and ad "Elastic" Bookcase ,

i'" Lillltar : .. iii.. ,
'I 'In ,sitting frozen meat 'and be would the Intelligence\ that the a large1 collection of.valuable and _

'. "I.. of; bit iniurance men" Australian flutter "Milk 'wm very Whole of Chna| 'had been destroyed; by awful prevents. when' they. return,'from book space at much as wontftd.or as little Ii ,,;-

; 'jH/S',insurance scarce and was mostly bought' by thehospltV ODM.convulsion,.0(nature; their.honeymoon ||rip Best and Freaheet'af.ne4: ; Good., Comprises Desk Unit wi'h'
ot, oJt ; ,- t have (1'--i_. .1. J constantly on, all flrst
; seen a small bottlernl, baDd0nd. few or many Book Units ea,
m .. it looks: certainly fetch ft With.M4xWIIi..*.' : Agriculture CUM, Groceries for ,your : desired. .
rat I UUMg (j5 Mob) Ju u. ofrenmarket. "Oft"doctor" exglatm.darheumatfe "T ti peps f Roomy, convenient
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tkil: ro4, to the penitentiary. / .;? Bag ware never .UM than ShfUiaffK tnowunde attractive. Call and see'II
patfeDt.aarr.ir. to'! show the
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;s:doaen and lump eight-' Produce Of WtltO for CatatofM s
sugar -
bghae bent. 'MkU > (n squanmoney.- p.aee'UI'tanbt' a pound. )16u> It was1ratfierStanoyloK hands and f *f ?", ._ _i, -+v farmers how t n'raise; better Country bought I'n ,:P. ALLEN &: CO.ApenU nr"
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to have people at hem* : tobaccoe'jWba{ "e farmers would '
sirian, rt.try.to.tnluk bow much IBeaar Orae ,' [< ,
wrMnf M oar blab rate ol eliif' "
prose- pay muck'prafera d be' forstetarlLWdlson tad You will 1181 LAND.-FLA.'
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'."S' ; ",. : ... :.. .. W, S. Taylor, Dentl t.. .0( ,
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Dr. R. J. Canon baa returned from.
r Dr. Mellette'B Remedlee at Allen's. Mississippi, where he visited a son IF

Crowds of tourists are coming to De-I Judge Stewart. Mayor Ely.and. Attorney ,

;1 ;* DREM & COMPANY Land. '. Land!* spent several day this

t ( /I : .. ; .. (: For Rent-Four room cottage.. ., Apply week on the Cnaat on business. High Goods

}I+I r ". (0W to II Waters., I I Your attention is called to the announcement Class ._ 1
/, { There are'nearly one hundred guest of the Allen Fnrnitqre

( i be after the rush and : at The College Arms. House, elsewhere In The Record.
l ., )!Oc Ourfentire stock must readjusted I ,, ., .
All the pnbllo schools of the county It rained all day Thursday' caused by

d 3li'urry 1 of"the J holiday trade.: China cut glass and Japan- ni g will resume Monday. the southwest storm passing through All KindsClothing"
Hon. J. B. Conrad was here from I Georida and Tennessee! and up the ooast. r
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P ( W Olenwood the first of the week.A Miss Lottie M. Chapman, from Boston .
fix ese :ware 'tnat were bought for the season and are not ( > bondsome little boy was born to Mr. Mass., Is residing in the Patton ,. > Iti

and Mrs H. A. Thornton last week.A cottage, Indiana Ave,during her stay .1, {

t /regular stock are going at reduced prices. Come and n number of county people were at in the city. ,
Mr Jack Stith entertained Walk
numberof Over .
a
Wn ; ., .r
the county seat Monday and Tuesdays _

r jf\:!. select what you need. for the. home. (t: Mr. :E. T. Gross and son James spent W.friends O Watts ft. the Mr.home Tom of Stewart his sister,nephewof Mrs. 'i- $ V Shoes'

.f. .. m most or the week on Coronado Beach Judge Stewart, being the guest of .:, .
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n! We want to make our store "spic c See our .Sweet Grass Baskets !f) fishing.There are fields of the Japanese cane honor.Mr. Andrew Unquiet located at .r ,

fi, and span," so we are continuingour from Indian reservation that came ijr :; around DeLand not yet. touched by Dnngeness, Oa? in the carpenter con. Queen Quality 1

.... Reduction Sale in frost. trading business spent the holidays at .-*" .
1 ,too late for the holiday trade. They ll1ry Attorney Fish was at Daytona Wednesday |home with his family. He returned to Shoes rh

MEN'S AND BOYS' !1rt. t and Thursday attending to legal Georgia Yesterday. :
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,! will be suitable to take the friends ni, business there. (| Strangers in the city are charmed 7"f
CLOTHINGLADIES' with the town and beautiful location
(f> Mrs. Belle Coulter has leased her new||
north. Ribbons marked Stetson
m Fancy : I They have visited other sections of the I
SKIRTS COATS and home on West New York Ave. to a

: 1h, Sweaters. Handkerchiefs, that t low to make. room for our q1t t; family for the winter. I that State this and is are the emphatic ideal place In an at expression which to Shoes ;*#' I';: i

JL and Mrs. George N. Dozier and Miss Alma pans the winter months. ,
!l tt, Were mussed display-are going new goods--Buy now save ri t! town from
Halliday were Jn Orange 4
Mr. S. C. .
Bndd a prominent businessman '
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l2 at low prices this week money. : City the first of the week.
1 : n ni of Tene Haute Ind., and his 4
,l! rf Mahoney Bros. Shoes
i High class thorough bred white daughter Marie, who have been spend- .
Leghorn hens one dollar each. Cockerels ing a few days with Mr. Budd's sister-
W: Hontoon .Florida Seedless Oranges for sale in our Grocery n nIt $3: .00. Inquire at this office. tn-law, Mrs. H. T. Walker, left Mondayfor ,

i \ 't't County Commissioner Brooke was a visit with E. W. Jamison's familyat

ist t D ep .rtment. Send, a. box to your friends' in the Jli. here the first of the week attending the Oak Hill. Stetson Hats No Name Hats ,

't't; \ first 1906 session of his Board. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Terry of I,

W, North. Careful packing and choice selections. Grapefruit All Florida is prepared to care for the Waterbury, Conn, are at The College
Astua for the madeThe '
season. They have
great rush of tourists, and DeLand is Wilson Bros. Furnishings -
m qt getting her proportion of them CollAge Arms their headquartersfor

w. added if desired. I : !t DeLand is getting to be quite an automobile many years. They spend the sum .
.....;; mer months at their fine place np in the
. \'l'c.: _.,.J. ._._._...... .".. .--._.".. .,.. ...'.... ......_._._......_._._..-._._._._._._......_. 7' town and some handsome ones Adirondack Mountains.
,.e-zoe-: ;; : ::!:'; eo: e:: e::::;: e-: e-ei';;; are here too, owned by DeLand people. Mrs. Francis Clarke and sister Mlsi At V. M. Fountain'sPost

__. n n nn_ ___ Marshal Stevenson has notice else. Von Alben Boknm who have a home at ;
"" where in these colniua to which the Fort Reed Fla., are spending the winterat

LOCAL SYNOPSIS attention of all parties owning dogs is DeLand, arriving from Washington" ,

. I called. Vhere they have been the past few

1 Now is your opportunity to purchase months. They spent the past summer -
DeLand real estate. You can make traveling through Europe. Tour
THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF Property
Marsh's Meat Market:
' Holiday Goods 100 per cent on the investment a very Mr. J. B. Taylor has purchased of The open season will be here November ,
THE PAST WEEK. Mre. Jenkens the The very beet Western and Florida.
I few years. lot and home corner first, for shooting quail and bunting,
If this winter continues as it has of Indiana and Florida Ave., the con and will continue through the winter. meats can always be bad at the Marsh
l'I. f.oeal and Society Items for the PuopliP J.I sideration $1,000. Mr. Taylor believesIn Market. The choicest Rosts, Steaks.
beeu so far what an orange bloom you You should post your property if you (
.p.r...Brl.l Mention of Facts *. will lee on the trees by the middle of corner lots, and this Is the second wish to keep parties from trespassing. eta Chops,The Beef.standard Mutton and packed Pork,meats Sausage on .

Souvenir China, the handsomest and most artistic ,..a by our Itaportar.: February. desirable corner property he has purchased Also post your groves and truck farms. hand. Try Marsh's Market and get the ;.
In the past six months Yon can get trespass notices at this best for your home.
in DeLand. Perfumes
'_ assortment ever displayed Various kinds of musical Instruments
New Year's at DeLand office printed on cloth.
MARSH
. In exquisitely cut glass bottles.Manicure The daya will now begin to get longer at Erickson's; also pianos organs talkIng was a perfect BROTHERS. 1.I
Florida day. The sun shone bright and
, I machines and the best sewing machines
The fall and winter gardens are yet
aruhToilet Sets, Merschaum and French In the world the wenther was cool and crisp. Beinga I *

Briar Pipes Lowney's Candies from to i6.00t green. County Commissioners McBride and legal holiday the bank remained closed '
'( 75c Did you forget to write it 1906 las, during the day and the postofSce kept : i 11
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School Commissioner Causey were
package Fine Cigars all l size boxes, Gillette : than hours..
j per Monday? in from Seville Monday to attend the more holiday All the Y .
Razors. Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. market stores closed for the afternoon.
Safety January meetings of their Boards
"t t every Friday: Read the State Auditors report of the i Fine Groceries.
home
Mr. Barren who built a last
i You invited stock
are cordially t lo inspect our
financial condition
All the DeLand merchants report a, winter on South Boulevard, arrived of this county, and .
T good holiday trade. form the North the latter part of the the manner in which the several county

LUMLEY &: OSTBEfl PHARMACY For musical instruments the best to. week to remain during the winter. officers dntles. are The discharging report is published their official else eqir A. H. WOODALL

be had, see Erlckson. For Sale-A pair. of fine gentle, well
where In The Record, and it Is a fine
The city council will'bold its first 100 broken Kentucky males Will work
showing for the officials of this county. j
session Monday night next. single or double. Address or call on L. ,11:
. .. W New Ave De Few towns in the South the size of For the Holidays have fine line
y.-.. Mrs G. D. Jackson U sufficiently well L. Herndon, York we a of Fruits
to be able to be np and about. Land. DeLand afford as good accommodations Nuts, Dates, Raisins, Figs ; also Fresh Fruits.

The shell road between DeLand and :Mr Jeff Cook, with the Bond Lumber fine market, splendid mail and expressfacilities : Our stock of Cereals is large' and a complete as.
the educational ,
, .vA' ,,,._e-::'.....:.....:.......::....:......:."e-ee" :''''''''''''::':...:.:.:...:.:.eo-:':..:.:.e--e.e-: --'c.c.c.c.::...:.....:.....:.....:.:...:.:,,\.,. Orange City needs repairing' badly. Co. for the past twenty years, spent the fine climate the cultured advantages citizenship Oatmeal sortment., Buckwheat We have ,added Pancake the Flour celebrated also Pawnee H. O.
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New Year's DeLand. He ls in
at chargeof
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tv The Clyde' Line is now tending out as are found here. Here yon fine Oatmeal
for
,'< J. F. ALLEN & COMPANY I from Jacksonville a dally boat to San the City.Company's planing mill at Orange fresh fruits and vegetables the year package., something the children in every 4 J I I
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round, too
ford.Messrs. In imported goods we have L. A. Price Olive
W. who has
Mr A.Allen been
ili> Frank S. Taylor and John B. spendIng Tax Collector D. Perkins Smith, as Oil, Mushrooms in tin and glass, Pimentoes Peas
.FURNITURE DEALERS Welch were in town from Orange City; the holidays at home with the the law regniree. in at- hia office At- the Anchovies and Anchovy Paste. ,
... 'N itt. returned
family, today to Pensacola to
court house We
Tuesday every day through the are handling Austin Nichols & 00.'. White
iu. -- \l.lti> Dr. B. S. Collier, the noted osteopath resume his duties as deputy collector of present month for the accommodation Oream (Cheese, also Neufchatel, Pineapple and

,..j' \ of Kentucky, is stopping at. The College customs that part. of tax payers who wish to pay taxes.: Edam Cheese
4fj We can supply \our; Furniture fdr the new home ,..j Arms. County Commissioners Murray and The collector is there every day ready We wish to take this method of thanking our

Rodgers and School Commissioner E.F. to wait Thus it Is convenientfor friends and customers for
upon you. many their
Tables There is considerable cent of the generous sup
''t .For the Iparlor Wicker Chairs Lounge and W a per
: the trees this Knappe were here from the coast the you to see the Collector to pay your port in the past, and hoping for a continuance of ?
lu ,+ orange crop. yet on in first of the week attending the January taxes. of tbe same we wish all a Christmas ey
For the Library: Tables, Bookcases and Desks. ,) section. you merry and
sessions of their Boards. Rev. C. R. Pattlaon, fifty prosperous new year. Yours,
"j FOP the Dining Room: Side-boards Dining Tables v'i' Messrs A. W. Cblsholm and W. F year a
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., The :Montauk Ladies Quartette filleda Baptist preacher, now retired from
lb, and Chairs. \'iti'! Hickle Monday.were In town from Orange City regular engagement at the High active work celebrated his 81st New I Phone 79 A. H. WOODALL.

\. School Lyceum Course Wednesday evening Year's last Monday. Mr. Pattlson came

lu. For the"Bed"O.a k Suits, Dressers and WashStands Vi "Furnished Rooms for Rent" signs, in and It was a most creditable one to Florida eighteen years ago, and when
large letters on heavy card board, for and delighted\ the audience present. he left the Northern home his physicianand
gi. V ill sale at this office.
one-half friends thought he would
Four and acres of bearing not live -
iu ii, Dr. Farris and family returned this orange grove, good four-room house five years. He is yet in good health I
, ; ) Iron Beds, Rugs, Carpets, Matting. week from North Carolina, where they good barn, located in city limits of De.Land. and may he celebrate the 100th New W. A. ALLEN &
1 .J )'I.; passed the holiday can be secured at a bargain. Year's'' anniversary. CO

4fo. '-' '4fo.--.c.c..c.: : :..c.c.. : .. :... : .c!. !.ItJi. The en.will soon begin Price 91000. Apply to J. L. Nnckol Admiral Schley Pecan tree, none
ir ce:: c;e::e::eo:e::ee.e::_ ..e:: .. ... orange grow .
/I. fertilizing the trees for the spring JeLand. better for Florida. True Catalpa Spec! Druggists and Jewelers. .
J growth and a full bloom. The DeLand Social Club gave a very pea trees for fence posts the cheapest
.1 The move dance at the Putnam New and beet. Peach trees, buds selected
At the Presbyterian Church. Death of Mr."Charles E. Kid: oranges continue to from delightful Drugs,
this place to market and the shippers fear's night about couples; 'trippinghe from finest bearing trees of choicest
The Week of Prayer will be observed The Recoil regret* to note the deathof are getting good returns. light fantastic" until a late hour. varieties for Volaela county. E B. Stationery, I
the meeting being held in the Prater one ofthe original settler of De- Music furnished Bnshnell's Hayward has all these in stock for you, Huyler's Candies, ,
was by
( the Land, Mr Charles E. Kirk, whose>death Dr. Odnm Fanning returned to At.
Room of the church. The topic for orchestra. also citrus trees rose bushes and a School Books,
lanta this week to his studies. at
resume
occurred at tbe Home east of town last .
week follow: general line of stock at
are a* nursery very Florida
t months the Atlanta Medical College.. Our sister city Orange City Ie havinga Souvenirs
Monday, "Prayer for a revival, which Sanduy afternoon. after of pain. lowest prices. No better time to plant .
-4 shall bring Christian into .more vital] ful snfferinir. Cancer of the month and Zack Bielby baa a little gold mine in prosperous season. All the vacant Mr. L W. Whltcomb ha received a Toilet Requisites, z

-'r relation with Christ." Tuesday, "Prayer the throat was the cause of his death the present crop of oranges, grapefruit louses have already been occupied, anda high grade horse gaaolene engine to be Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies.
and which began its fatal inroad and he Is number of new cottages are to go up, Clocks t '
f"r a revival I, which shall renew the overa tangerines shipping used to furnish the power for drivingthe ,
Agrehes of every name into full accord year ago. The funeral services were Mr J. H. Tatam the built by visitors who propose Spendingtheir drill in putting down the fine rock Jewelry, ". '
turpentine open winters at this delightful resort
CoIDI It the mind and will of Christ." held Monday afternoon, Rev. Dean of ator of the Barberville section. was at wells, many of which he has put down Silverware,
nesday, "Prayer for the spirit the Methodist church officiating a large the seat the first of the week. The Sheriff captured a negro burglarby over the conntr and from which the
M connty Cut Glass
i shall convince and convict the number of our people paying a last sad the name of Joe Davis at Orange purest water comes. He ha several to .Iii"
-.ed.'' Thursday.: "Prayer for rlle>to the departed friend. The Interment Mr. and Mrs S. M. Morse, who have City the first.of_the week. He broke>> put down for Mr. S. V. Hough the Optical Goods, ;$:

1 igloo* faith which saving the was in Oakdale cemetery, Charles one of the handsomest homes At Orange mo the St. "onue-nome mat. 01 that Btval store* manufacturer. The first Is Fountain Pens Etc.
"' Kirk was a man everybody esteemed, City, were visitors to DeLand Wednes- and is in jail awaiting trial be down i
lal], shall also save poclety. place ; at to put at Mr. Hongh's residence
"Prayer for .the spirit of the I of genial and happy disposition, and day.Miss 'he February term gf .the Criminal 01 North Boulevard. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
.. alwiy! had many warm friend, and in Ethel Watts entertained at the .
.[; -rllt, which shall 811 each heart I ,Court.A Tbe Record was in error ]last week in _
devotion. nu deatb our town lose a good oitizrn Watts home, on North Blevard' a .
,t s' end missionary two residence,.
/e and to the widow the heartfelt story belonging to reporting that Attorney Palmer in his .
/fit eetinge will begin promptly at of our people is extended. sympathy number of her friends last Friday eve Mr. \V. C. Cannons at Orange City w as address before the jury which acquitted "

'. ,--i J) : Ing on tbe 'the hour All arelastico -..- ning. burned last Thursday night week. It Mr. W. C. Cannons of any wrong doing

aned. A Good Catch lor Kurt: Bev. Knapp has ]large ''oongrBKatons! was occupied by a Mr. Bailey antifamily, inspector of the May 1004 primary
to hear him every Sunday at the Presbyterian who were away' at the, time visiting at Orange City scored Mr. Geo. T. Self,
For some time pant a gang of burglar church, both at the morning and their former home. In Georgia;' and lost a* foreman of the Grand Jury which
\ ;lOR have been working Daytona,' and have evening services.Mrs. .. all their effects. returned the true bill, along with other DELAND WOOD YARD

a I It broken Into a number of the business ..Voyle went to Gainesville this Parties Yl.ltlng'1t1 DeLand send parties mentioned. He referred to Mr.' "

houses of that place.. ,The Marshal of week; the borne of her .husband, who their children to Beelar' School may' and Self a* foreman of saldjflnry, but the c." C. FANNING & CO., Proprietors. '
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I. that place could: not apprehend them or graduate from the law reference to Mr. Self was reflection
:830;u119 department of have them continued':their courses no ". ; h
get any clue of these midnight robberies Stetson In the spring. without change book,thui.'enabling upon him as said foreman or as a citizenof ., '

Sheriff Turner was Informed of them A squad of State convicts were them to resume their''' placesin: their the State. 'In ;Justice to Mr. Self:The .
continued burglaries, and Oak'Wo-od- '
*rf"t Wall Coating was requestedto brought up from the south end' the firstof classes upon retnrnlngho1De. Individual Record cbeertullYI makes:' the correction*. ,
.1 we If he oonld detect and! capture the 1. 1.St. .'
the week: and put to work on a tur- instruction, correct method! : .
Liter CI.anlinaaaand ) .
Combine Pine Wood
in
parties engaged this work. Ha at
.. I pentine plant] In the north end. Barna bls' C'urell. ',
.... .F........ Durability once detailed Deputy Sheriff Kurt for Mr. I* Herndon andy;family, air. t .y u
This--one.... on Jiruah It on this work. Mr. Knrts went over there Mrs Waldo Uleaveland has rented her and< MM. George QerndoiBv iM .: Thomas St. Barnabas Episcopal chnrobvfon.7tn Kindling V ;. ;
x. -Bank. uMt can rub. It, oil and ,began some tine work and in two home on Rich Ave. to Mrs. Jay Morton, Boland and Mis* Caralditte'Scbropshope' let Sunday after Epiphany: 7 JO'a. i. .

V O. *7. Wai.Ia.F daya.had two of the scoundrels George of Chicago, who ,1s here with :her two are a Georgetown, Ky.:,. party arrivingthis m. Holy ConinkonfoVliJ: ):80 a. m. Mornirfg'; ....
train at .VeLboIJIl9 wa-aa geed Davis and Will Tbomae,nogrroe, behind daughter tbatthy: may attend Stetson. week to pas the' winter at this Prayer followed by!Sunday! school; 11'a- For Heating: and'Cooking :Stoves'.,:.. l lF
011&1. .... di luir taking on tokabomlae OnilOw m. Litany, High Celebration, and'ser
Iti prison bar, and located the third one Miss Voorhls entertained last place. Mr. I* L. Hettftpn. bought a :
II .#..tf, ..readyforoMby bat *._-liidd arrest,' but Kurt. Friday evening a number-in honor i lot home at this place two winter ago.,. mon. B p. m. Evening_ Prayer, ,: .- '''to..o'r. ; :-

weber and can be will trek him. her cousin Miss Whallen. who returned '-''The'John B.: Stetson University' :. began Dog Tn VV Lleex: oe, :! .i" '1 fi i. .: :..t:+ 'r ,.',fi
tt,. .edoa by any one.t It ia believed that there.. other of the !first of the week to her horn al dnclnnattl. '
s bite and fourteen the and sheriff Turner and dep- '.. It1 I ,winter- term last.yfedflefldy.! the .All person who own) dog* lacity<< of F-FCarecui- i (Attention" ''giv en'liil Older: :f i'I, ; '
Indent the H
gas.l :
pending bouda9 at their
ntiea until s DeLand must ...
not they .
atop are cap- Union pay a tajcof; 91 per lM4} .
The regular\ Mass Meeting unfef homes, winter Prompt. i'
returning TneadayV The
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,betk MICE which 1 4ae. and
tax collar Delivcryr'y
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now:
rliOLNIClL < are
1y a i t ", *-z\f:: .. ,! (h. auspice,.of the.w..CJ.TJU. will term will be 'a most prosperous on*. ready: for.$!. l..Ey. Thl I., tax: must, be i 0. tf. ? ,"';' \". tt > ."
< WorVo> rebuilding th* :E. W pondCo'mill be held *\.T,*$ Jvmt., Sunday evening NewplndeaUfroin over(the'StaM'tiav. .p.ld- once; of all dogh'wffnoat, collar ; v '.1" ':t. )iti sr. IfJ ,r I.' '". :lw'; kl{ 1qt } .
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--I tt i af Lake Helen I Ie progressing' January 7. 'it.address)wBtpq deltv.hegby'Hev".L ,entered, and the 40 or-M *tadent* from"wul b...........&.... .._.. .x. ... _,.,. xrHZNAT *, .wpe I'(d, ,tat. ,fie, '.v..w.t. "" "! .".
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rapidly: 'They. expect'to Soft.up again .U..hllror Chto l -'IrIth-whl b" & "" ....., "t' f "-q. t: ". ot.-w.; ,
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L ... WhOl"Who .... Notice of Final Discharge... PliASdraw' -- fnitrogeni-tfrdnfr'fjic

: ImpovoItsneaSOlll: taught the raven In a drought Notice Is hereby' Rrfen that thrsadet-: I nilQW. :
[ THE; PLAGUE stoned administrator the will annexed
'''to*throw( pl'bbletl'lnto a hollow. tree 'C"At J'.nR' H of the estate of Lewis AJ. Austin.deceased air in large amountstsif; sufficient

wlioro allo espied water, that tbe water [ OF WINTER will on tbe first day February,A D tlJOll) ., "** *
file his final account, together with his *fc
might rise ftu an she might come to It? J vouchers, with tbe. Hon. J. Lee ,WoCrory, '
I Impoverished? peril' like impoverished Who taught the beorto-saU througl Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the return ol cold weather, for at the first County Judge of Volusla County, Florldn j POTASH and phosphoric acidf5 'arc ti p

I sSich'e vast sea o{: air and to find the at his office In DeLand Florida, and ask .
blood needs a '''properIiTtujerji :: cold breath'of the' season this plague of Winter is fanned into life with all
and
the be allowed and approved ,
that same ::
& chemist by analyzing way; from a flower .In a field to her its miserable symptoms. The nostrils are stopped up, and a constant drop that he be discharged .. snub administrator to the plant. 1.[ :

ttlve? ping of mucus back into the throat keeps up a continual hawking and spit. with tau will annexed. ., _
the soil can tell you what Who taught the ant to bite f/tV0'l7 ting,the patient has dull headaches, ringing noises in the ears and a half W, L. 08BORNB.' I' j '

f fertilizer to use for different grain of corn she burled In her bill sick depressed feeling,all the time. ,Every!; '! inner lining and tissue of the the Administrator estate of Lewis with A. Austin the will aeoea annexed.ed. of The. multitude of purposes senfed, .bytHS

lost It should takeroot, and growl- body becomes inflamed and secretes an unhealthy matter which 'ja absorbed This July Mta.WO* > i : i ; J
.1'I'o' ucta. P.1. into the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and the disease becomes

constitutional. 'The catarrhal1 poison brings on stomach troubles, remarkable cow pea, are .told. in the C 5-j. >age
If your blqqd, Is impoverished affects the Kidneys .and Bladder, attacks the soft bones of the throat and Notice of Application for Tax Deed

. ,yoiwmio'ut'or'will\) ( tell you what "See !lere,",ajd 0.aurosL'(thtfirii&it, ..you.... I head and dangerous and if not checked:cannot washed'Out leads to Consumption., neither, ,A disease it be smoked so deep-seated Law.Under of Section Florida.8 Chapter 4688, illustrated book, "The Cow Pea," which also!

., need to fertilize it and give charged) me so tfiuch fbriba4dllng,) tbla can away. Notice Is hereby given that 8 T Branson
ybfl Sprays, washes inhalations etc. are useless because reach the tiated
they only pur. httset or Tax Onrtlttoat No 74,*
)ih i tIll rich, red corpuscles ,that suit that farm.'Cant I'll' bava to putniortgage\' out membranes and tissues, while the real cause of the disease Is in the blood.S. jJe8tb day of JLUS. ISIS\ bas filed said oerMttoslA tells of the splendid results obtained from1
'"" on my you : S. S. cures Catarrh because it attacks it through'the. blood; it goes into In my office and ha. made spplloatton '
| rollicking in it. It may be you littler"T: the circulation and drives out all unhealthy accumulations and catarrhal for tax deed to Issue In accordance .rth '
** replied/the enter. with law. Bald certificate embraces the : boofcv
W "in-ed( n tonic, but more likely you prising"I llUeu lawyer.1 I can' "Tell :you what i I'll matter. and when this is done every part of the system receives a supply of fo'lowlng described properly situated. In fertilizing .cow peas, .with.P0TA5 H.- -

rich, blood. Then the inflamed Florida.. tow It-
It need, concentrated fat food do. I'll draw the mortgage at half pure nieceS VOlnllaeountYt
a up
k M. Seville.
| : rates.-Phlladolphla Bulletin.A branes and tissues heal all discharge ceases, assessed at the date is free farmers r the ski g..
' The laid land being to
/ fnt in the element ,
11(1. lacking ; the
S '.S depressed feeling of the body is relieved and of the Issuance of inch oertlnoate lu the

i ifi your Hystein.i > heal 0....... T.I... 0 0 every symptom passes away. S. 8. S. goes to name ot Seville Compshy. Unless said .... .. .. ".. ... .."."....!'J'
Mrs. Nowbryde' got some hams the very root of the trouble, and by purifying oertlttoate shall be redeemed according to ,- ., "

,. There in" ,110 fit, food]" that j inrv bore Inst mouth that my bnsbnnd) liked PURELY VEGETABLE.. and enriching the blood and building up the I''day law of tax January deed will,' IMW Issue thereon on the 11th: I

iiHHiiuil.itcil very much,.' no ve you any more of the entire system, cures Catarrh permanently. If Witness my official signature and seal FERTILliINb '
niriil.f% : \ liyeBlc'd und same .kind?" The Grocet-Yell'm; got you have Catarrh do not waste time with local remedies, but begin S. S. S. this lutb day of Dell, 1006 ; FOR DECEMBER

DMvScott's ubout doze loft from the and write for our book and any medical advice without charge. <* BAM'L D JORDAN.
; : a. some pig.

Emulsion ma Sirs six Newbryde-rOb of them Cleveland, tbafa nlcet eader.Give THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA* Clerk Circuit Court Voluala County, Via 'Use Painter's Simon' Pure ,Stfeciil! .1 l !._ No'. 1:

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Notice of Administration. All Simon Pure Special is Shipped urider the Following
r of Cod Liver' Oil Citation -for AdmuilMratloii Notli e Is hereby-given that the under. 1

I In the County Court. Volusla signed has been appointed administrator Tag. Florida. By the County Judge COUDtr.1 with the will annexed of the last will and Bopd LUfT\ber\ ompa9Y :

: It will nourish undstrengthen, ( \ county. testament of Eliza. Manning deceased and '\
Whereas, C..L.': Smith baa applied to this all creditors, lpg> tees and distributees,and "
flue Ixxly, whenf.iTiilk'ttndfreiutffail : / ('ourt for Letters ol Administration on the all persons having claims or demands Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depotat SIMON SPECIAL NO. 1 \
PURE
Estate of Mattie Baker deceased, late ol against said mtate will present the same to DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine
. ti> do it. Scott's Enitilsionii paid County of Volusla. These are Ibprelore, the undersigned within two yearn. from this I
10 olte and admonlsn and singular the dAte or the sumo will" forever barred. MANUFACTURED BY'
I k nUvnvH-the same ; alvynjH kindred and. creditors of said deceased, to be Dated this Deo. 6, ll'B.ALEXANDER. < Lumber Flooring Ceiling. Mouldings : \

., fijlbltf find.always} beneficial% and appear before this Court on or before the MANNING E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CbliPANYJACKSONVILE ,
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Administrator with the will aonex d.
201 b day ol January, A. D. Iuolli) and file ob-
, where the body is wasting from i evtlons If any they have, granting Shingles Laths Etc. FLORIDA..
I 1 tiers I as aforesaid' otherwise I the name will ,

;f'' any cause, either in children be Witness uranted my as prayed name ss County Judge of the HODGKIN'Slagon i All Lumber Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered. Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing; Materials. and. Chemicals.

, or ndnlta.Wa County aforesaid,this Utb day of December, anowhere In the city.TTI .

: will send a ..mp/tI're". 190. J. LEG McCRORY \\ OUARANTEED ANALYSIS. i"

: ;you _County Jndge Shop, Ammonia, actual and potential, not less than....... ..i.... ...I..... S percent

I no Burn that tills \>\.c.tnro Notice- of Application for Tax Deed Un- PiPe fitting, Tin roofing, Gut Potash Derived(K 20)),from water Sulphate soluble,ot not Ammonia.less than. ... .......1. ....1 .... 10 per cent

., III the form of n der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws DeLAND FLA. F I I and spouting. Pump: Avallabl1"hospburloAold.notlelltban..,? . ...1......i. ,..6 percent s }
1 label I ii*on tint wrapper of Florida'NoUee v ECCLES tering Insoluble Phosphorla Acid not less than.... ..... ............ .. I per cent
\ of ovary bottlo of Emulsion :: repaired, wells and tanks madt Moisture, at 813 Fahrenheit not exceeding ., ...... ... ......I..... 8 per cent
you buy. is hereby given I hat Mrs FA Lyne"l Everything In Wagons Baggies, Carts. Chlorine not exceeding. ... .,............. .... .. .. .... ....... ..........
purchaser of Tax Certificate No to order. Repairing of all This
347. manufactured and in I Fertilizer Is made tram Sulphate of Ammonia,Suiphate of Potash and
Oth of June 1HOII. has tiled said ovrtlUcate .: etc., repaired my
day Booeolaok.
r : SCOTT &: BOWNE In my olfice, and has made application !Shop:! in the very best workmanship Tinsmith & Plumber. kinds. :Satisfaction guaranteed. Dissolved
for tax deed to Issue In accordance with' known. Only first-class men employed);)
. 'CHEMISTS409PeailSI.JewYoia: law. Said certificate embraces the M-' and first-class work turned onto I have
door of bank. Indiana Avenue. Price $40.00 ton F. O. B. Jacksonville Florid
Shops next west
::; -. .i'' lowIng described property situated in Volu ntey added to my plant a ,
ala county, Fla. towiti Write for Special Cash Discounts.
I GO. and '1.001. Lot 10, Blk 12. Beurdsley DeLeon Springs
All Drugrglttte. Tbe said land being assessed tbe date E. O. PAINTER FERVILIZER COMPANY
of tbe issuance of such certificate. In the I Not Drink ,
name of Mrs. Godirey. Unless said eer Why JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
----------- --- llnoate shall be redeemed according to law

His) Way of howlBar _.. .-.-.. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 24th day. I PURE WATER ?

"You wrong him;; pupaHo does not Jannary Witness, 1IKXI my! official signature and seal THE Orange City Mineral Spring Water Is unsarpassed In purity, being

love me for my money lie scoffs at Ibis tbe 23rd day of December, HMtt\ I free from organic matter and possessing, mineral properties ATLANTIC COAST LINE
r 'tbe. ,world's sordid eagerness torwe.lth. JAM'L D. JORDAN, I especially beneficial oases of kidney mid liver trouble.
." This, water has received Nattering endorsement from such man a. Erastus .
Cleric Circuit Court Volusla County Fla
: O. Smith chemistry, Beloit, College, BeloIt Wlsaonsln, one
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., "What proof bave you, child?" I By BUN FISH, DC'Notice I or the best chemists In this country; J. B. Ogden director, News York, and Tie Great t Car Line
Through From Florida
"Why only last night be told me be otbe,..
didn't care If he never was able tot of Application for Tax Deed By authority of the Louisiana Purchase, Exposition: the following testimonials .
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4d88,
I are given:
lu bla Ufa If be bad
only '
make a penny' Laws of Florida. "In reply to your esteemed favor of Jan. 9, 1908 we beg to advise you
tuer that on referring to the olfloial list of awards as approved by the Superior
_ _ Notice la hereby given that Tbayer& Hauls CONNECTIONS:
Jury we tint that. you bate been awarded a Collaborator's Sliver Medal. ,
purchasers Tax CertilloataNo. 055 dated The Jury of awards has placed. you In a position to officially and most To East THE ATLANTIO COAST LINE. via! Charleston R
2nd of June. A D bas flied
be day 1903 }
make known tae fact that. have received the highest award
effectively you the mond and Wa. hingtoa.
aid certificate In office, and bas made
my tbe world oan give for the excellence of products.
your
you
{ CASTOR for tax deed to Itsualn accord
I IA application N. K. BAHNIS, Director General."
snoe with law.Said certificate embr cesbe the To The Louisville & Nashville via .
described The Orange City Mineral Spring Water received the only diploma at TUnnf 1 1\ Montgomery.The
:For Infants IW d Children. following property situated St its Fair at Jacksonville In competition with many other displays. It la
11 The Mobile &; Ohio R. B. via Montgomery.
r ,In Volusja county Florida towiti COLD TIRB SETTER now being bottled and sent out by the Orange City Mineral Spring Company, f
The Kind You Have Always' Bought 1.014, sec 0, tp lOs\ range 3Ie; U acres put up In attractive style In eases of 12 half-gallon bottles For further information *

'. Tbe said land being, assessed at the date Can set your Tires without taking acldrea8ORANGE Via' Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for, New
t. Bears'tba' ,; of the Issuance ol such certificate in name wheels from vehicle. We take ont no CITY MINERAL SPRING CO,. To East [ York Philadelphia and Boston. A--
... W H Donald, Adnilstrator. Unless said twits rub no paint or burn your felloes The I Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimorti. ,
pstar.off certIficate shall be redeemed according, to with a hot tire. Come and see It work C. A. BtTLLEN, Mgr. Orange City. TIe, I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trankpo'tatlon

4 law tax deed will Issue thereon on the 24th and will never have Tires set for Baltimore' and
f flr. : day of January, A. D. lUOtl. you your Via Steamship. J Company Philadelphia.:
Witness my official signature and seal hot again.
,j: An OT...IMHI. this tbe 23rd day of December A. D. 1005. your patronage in Executrlces' TO KEY WEST I vu PENINSULA AND
Notice.
V ; Regular Cuatdtner (to waiter)-As an SAM'L D. JORDAN, : ThanklnglOl1lor a continuance in Notice of Final Discharge. :; I 1 OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
k, old customer I generally have two Clerk Circuit Conrt Volusla County, Fla. Ibe future I remain Notice Is hereby given tbnt nil creditors, The undersigned administrators of the HAVANA.
distributees' and all
a legatees persons estate of Alonzo A.. Bushnell will. on the
I !' slices of beef' and today you have By Ben Fish, D O Yours to serve whomsoever: having claims or demands first day of February, A D 1106,, file their nterohangeable mileage tickets good over 18.000 miles of the principal railway
!f' brought me only one. Walter (with a SCOTT HOOOKINS. gainst the estate.of the late Edwin P. Os- account such administrators with the the.. Southern States are on sale by the principal agents.
look of sur"rI80)By) .the .powers, butyou're I Insure with us. food are hereby required to present the County Judge of Voluala County, Florida, ""' i. have for tame to the undersigned within one year at his officeIn DeLand, and ask that the p... ..umpiete information call on Ii: L. Fowe Ticket agent, or addresitlULno.
f''" right. .The cook must N o.w Is the.time. a [mm tbe date hereol.DeLand same be allowed and approved .*> o. BOYL8TON Dlst Pa... Agent, W. D. BTAHK, Traveling 1.... M...I .
gotten to cut It In two. We promptly obtain U. 8. and ForeignLWENTS Fin., Nov. 1?. If1O WHo THAYER; I 139 Wast Bay Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville. Florida.'

.. Spot cash for losses. SARAH ADA P.M.OSQOOD STILES, AUGUSTA C.. BUSHNELL, JII.I.HIIRSO!. : Trol o Manager W.J. CRAIG General, Passengei .,.".. I
Attack Is the reaction. I never think AdmanlBtralDp.Tbl. Wilmington North Usrolina.
Kxecutrloes of the Estate of E. Osgood :
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I have hit bard unless It rebounds.: U should be protected.R I July 21st, 1909

;Johnnon. you Insured? Notice or Final Discharge. -'
DeLand Saw and Mills &
reliable. Notice of Final DischargeNotice Notice I. hereby given that tbe undersigned Planing ,Noyelty Works,
E very company i Bead model,sketch or photo ol iarenUon for Exeoutrlces of the'last Will and

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un.r freereportoii 1'RAUE.ARKS book writs Is hereby given that the undersigned on Testament the 10th day of Frances of March A A.W.D. Shinier 1U06 present will J. T. OAIRNS f-Jropr. and Manage'D'RESS ,-.
der Section 9 of Chanter. 4888, Laws When doe. your policy expire!? Administratrix o( the estate of Cy. their final account >. such Exeoutrloes, I
of Florida rue Waters, deuensed. will, on tbe lOlh day together with tbe Touchers' to tbe Hon. J.
18[ your policy In force? ot February. A D 1900. present her final ao0011 l.ee County Judge of Volusla E 0
.Notice' Is hereby given that Owens & little nt, as such Administratrix to tbe Honorable McCrory Florida. at his< olllce at DeLand LUMB' 'E'
County B'f
.' of tax .pertiUuara No A 971 number sixteen.
purchaser Telephone Countv Judge of Volusla County AND
Florid, and ask for final ROUGH
a discharge as
,
tiled snld.fertlnoxte
1002 bus
dated the 2nd day unat Florida, HI his office at DaLand. Florida such Exeoutrlces. .
In my office; and has mode application INSURANCE AOENCYJT nod ask for final : I
discharge.
a
r Issue accordance HON[ WlNOMA 8. 8AWTBR Ceiling, Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing'Mouldlng Window and
for lax deed to In OPPOSITE U.5 PATtMT OrriCE. This August Mb, 1UO-5 Flooring ,
with law Bald certificate embraces the fn\-\ T LOUISE WATERS. JEBSISJ HALL MILKS, Door Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porth0lumn8, etc..
lowing deorlbed" property situated In Volu, [ -will. find us at WASHtflCTOrlJP.g.FERRYS Administratrix. laiiBLLB D. HAZZCM Shedding for Groves and Pineries Crates and Box Material a specialty
ala county. Florida. .lowlt: Exeoutrlces of tbe last Will and Testament Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building'.
lIE"or8""' and EUotIW ,.fSEand Stetson and DeLand.. or Frances A. W. Shinier, deceased. ( d

11W.V oSWy. 01 tEJ' except N4 ncijW ..w.-. .. Citation Notice.In This Angus 81,1900 DELAND FLORIDA. i
of S1j.t: Seo Ill,T 18 Soutb" R IIf,tmIst.acres II -- .-. ----- .
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Floridaby ,
County Court. VolutlaG'ounty
., .Williams Indian Pile Ibe County Judge' of said County. (
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fits said land being assessed nt tbe daleIssuance
'f.( of tuob..CClrtlll".te In the name nf ES Ointment Bleeding. will sad cure IMblng Blind Vhereas. Heorge 1*. Colby has applied to (
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. Jennie B. Adams. Unless salil certiAuHtesbiUI I .. It absorbs the tumors this Court jar I.efers of Administration on Subdivision of Block lao of the .
: be redeemed. sccordlnr to ,,"w.tax deed P'I allays tbe Itoblng'once,acts the Estate or Hiram A. Ilubbiird, deceased -. \
"will I Issue thereon on the' 7th 'day ol Peby BIBus a.poultice. gives Instant ne. late of said County of Volusia. These are -
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,, A.Wltnurs D., 11I06.: myoulclal signature- "anul" sal lief.moot Dr.prepared Wllllams'IncltanPlleOInf for Files*nd Itch singular therefore the tu kindred(.tiLe, und and admonish creditors all of.ald and :: Cty| of DeLand, Volusia County, Florida.

the private parts. Every box awarranted. '
ilayof.lanv. A. t I'.. 190 I mull deceased to be and appear bt>foi.. this '
IbU tbeCtb *
By druidrlnts by on t South of the
Railway
BAM'L. l>. JORDAN, e'lpt of price.!! 110 cunta and ,l.o WILL!'' 11.5..SrS S 7fo31 of qiaa6ty sf1qu&1t7. Court.on or before the tilth. day of January.A. .. a t .
f.ib.r planted
1, lurk! Circuit Court Volns a county Fla. tWNUFHaURIHG CO.. JPMp! Clevelaod.V ywt y : :"b.'o b. Os lb.macget. D. 1800, and Die objections, If any they T. L. OSTEENOwner.
.but(hay b.,.b.en Imp..,,,. have to the wanting letters as aforesaid
inS uvac etRoe. W. ..s aspacus. Ira otherwise the same will be granted as 40 :
lIo"or and i.getabie_ 'prayed. 88th Nov., ipos
lace.Sad. '\\rJII;.:: iautlfhllytIteOtested. Witness my name as County Judge of
I the i 'ounty aforeiald, this 4th day of December ALFRED HOWARD, Surveyor.t .
Patients. D. M. FERRY 4 ., Dotron. NIch.I .
We Never .Disaopoint Our I'JOS.
.{ I : [-eall J. LEE McCBORY,

.w. Fulfill Ev.ry Promlw and Mtvir Hold Out Fal. HODII.i County Judge. I
Stricture .... skutf. orbougt.aad V.rieossIs >r 'ithoot
.0..110.
i;<,' .WE CURE .... roUnniu .
I I paiD OW detention from bo.I. | Uot>'ttff1ooa Blood
.. .J ne*.r to w......... wttlia. raaroury or mtn**.l mixture! Lees of Manly
;;j; _. Viajur Poaltiv' 17.Uredl.O stlmi.n'bat p.rmstn.tt$. .
(i'I I *\tf S. 'rae I>r. KID Ufdlrs.1 Co. u an IntUtatlnn oiaelwdumdsr lbS
I.WB of tb. cisit o( titturgl' lor the traatmant and OUTS of all .
t acrvoa.sndabOflled4.awa.' Dr. N. K. Ktnc.' tb. toandar of .. ,
r tbU lo-tltuUoa U the oh I of a.nauiting pnol.UlBl.': baleS.MiiUd I John B. Stetson University ; S
.. ft* ftitatTof .mlDentphTsitc' ).oi and.unaaon.. a :a ...
tbatreatineakof chronlo d!.._ 'iidnsiwpia.di "
Ot r uooo ilo .
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I we ae'both itiedloal' end.tactI.sI I >iianol M.Ouf 51 ..
I :
I otflOM: are equipped: with ml (he lT.alo, feradta btUf- i .... "" ,
X-ny, "lol.' f.f, and Views. ..,!'la fMt everr eleotrloalntrlvaaee iii
; .. toibem4dlo.il vrafemm\ont\ OurualUrfamlt ,.,
Florida.
known DeLand .
., ,.. } modera ,. ...r. ,..poa&, Mid .... employ none bat Ibe belet. _>. I II I t:
trained .ad .me"at auseadneta.rooula" ",.0111. .r"" .a p $I .
.. .1I'f
f I. .sad W.llotmiied JOH>10r phrl BO-BtohMKllOV l0si btjJnt' la aUflstsl.b. .* *O snesre ptIIS.. ... I ) \' I N_ :i! i .
MtomiBKe_OOC.O. D's or ooMsied for llter..mr -*..ni 055 APr-LiiATgo WITH THE uNiveRsirr CHICAGO.
t r teOU for tainted*T. fron W w ...
fey till' irtitfltloBs Ottf r a I IJ r
\ '110.00 par month(rmtdloluo lnaled.d.ae4' w...v.I*._.... I COLLEGE OV LIBERAL: ARN-Thestandardea.e. those ol the University 2-19+ eft
_. .., .. .anneal S ear vI.hhiaiveolaed" Urn*. 1
) ..WS I of Cblosgo. 'Stetson's graduates receive their, degrees from both Stetson and
.nrIlr: :r rlRErICll l,"' 'CH80IIIODISESES. a Saul! r"- f=.1: S f=: I 'VblcaRO" \. \ J ..
., .' .aoC as Kidney and Bladdfor tronbletv B..m. I ., WL'LBXIH: Of' LAW-Grad.uata80t this College are admitted to practice '
N .
(ID, IJCIJJ": K..p8..t"ydroO.1.. DrlDt. Lotaa, .w.i sad all rnvt.uJTu I law In Florida without examination.COLLEGE : I ; ,. ...
J\ Catanrb
ot- tks
,'. cuuw., :: : \"':i:__ ad 5ii.mIIcD: aft trouble asawS of *]r. s.f sac, 'I OV TECHSOLOOIf-Mechanical. (Civil Electrical Engineering: ., .: .-a 2 '1.C'
,
.' ::0:; K. .I" M, 0. GlaroDI. Ulacacas. or WOrD.:1..b: *of" D'.pl.1Do1' I and Mannal Training courses. leading to degrees. Pins. new building, costly '
aad ) weaa. -'' 116f
(
aaaceral
t!. P:: "r:"': "": Dte.lusg1: I 'OU ar*. _=or atUiotsid. On raqvcrt. wt I equipment. 250 '" _ 2-10 '
r. 55 7OaV ..h lop boos .....-... I 11 COLLECUd: OF BU91NE43: -banking la all Its branches. Book-keeping by .. '
Ji e yy rl te lead '0"Our iit5I5tQfC iaoludlng "pIQID bea methods Kleotlvs Bourses In other departments. Large faculty and 80 80 80 .Q.. 80 11II :"
FR. 1 open ; "
rOJWDMAri wr>XAM ''' *IlDOV1qWJa.lSwbea5t ; ; .1
" 1 fI5 1 commodious buitdlnic. '.. 'f a .,i... ._ ,1 9"jt
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Atlanta (
Oa.r
.- R. Iin E" ICAL CDI* flutattiaaS. pnebOssSts.. ''I PREPARATORY 'AOAUHlMT; Graduates prepared. to' entertliarvard i, : ( I ,
'; a: -1 Yale, Princeton Cornell, Mlobl n,CbloalC) and all Brat-class. colleges. ... i \ f : .::: t
c7 I NOttMAL A.ND PRACTICE! MCHOOL-1. JCIadmrfturteo In It.o..n build .
.
S I r'ing.- 2. Primary and Grammar School In separate blinding. 'This sonool ...l'I "
1" .l
; I ;r.eliuly prepares. Public School teachers. 1, 5 :< '6" I 7 : 8 ..9 'I 10 : :: J t'r'p 'fi

VITALITY 1 '.- HUdUJ HOHUOfc f 10 000.00 pip organ, a doaen. pianos, ssparate buildIng ., L I'I \ ," .. I"..- :,, 'I I ,
HEALTNN11 I large faculty thorough aiurses> of study. .1 ... : .'
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II ART SCHOOfNew studio. Costly oasts models etc t. '"
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