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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 20, 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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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME XX LAND, VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1906. NtlMtffiItil

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JAMES W. PERKINS, ,.'
INGENIOUS DEVICES RESORTED TOBY

.. t ..ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-: BANK. THIEVES. McELROY'SCLEARING : '

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Th. N.TT., Skill mail Patlcno DI.lllay. .- ,. .
.. DeLand Florida the vi.
lu flabbier of Ilooa'.

Will Practice In State and. Federal' kong Hack Vault- Exteiinlve and I : I.. ;'1' ., '

Courtll' ':,, Kactfa.(al Tnuuelinir Operation. .
4 SALE NOW
IN
PROGRESS
STEWAB.T & BLY, for Infants and Children. la the whole catalogue of during .,. .
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bank robberies there Is
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borr.o the signature no story more :
tumzlng than that of the ,.
at '
robbery 'j" !
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ""
under his
of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made
I.jo Hongkong branch of the Bank of
personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one .,;' '., d, I' ;
Office In Bank Building, DrfJAND. .Iv'esteru ludla for not only did the
to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations and"Just.asgoocl" ,. '.
Branch omce over Postoftice,DA Y'L'ON AJ. you )iaiL w '"I 4'
the
most
case display astonishing daring -
but Experiments, and end:'..iger the Low prices still ".
are skill and patience ou the part of reign supreme, you'ISIS!<,<, .; .
Landls Bert Fish health of Children-Experience against Experiment.:
:.. Gary D. the robbers, but their. success has .. ')' '

1 LANDIS & FISH The Kind You Have Always Bought never been equaled by other bunk can't afford to miss this opportuni ? .

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ATTORNEYS and"COUN3ELORS- breakers. 1'.1 ,..:/1: '1 '

t AT-LAW, 'Bears the Signature of It was generally understood that the to save .. :. .
ty money. : : : : :
.1 safes and vaults of the Western bank
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DeLand Florida. g-- ,' .
were about the strongest ever built,
I Will Practice In State and Federal .," 1,
Courts. and the robbers of, course knowingthis .

Special facilities for examining and decided to attack the bank In a

perfecting land titles way they believed the builders bud

, never anticipated and therefore not F. P. McElroy : : DeLand Florida
J L. MCCRORY, In Use For Over 30 Years.WAIT provided for. They rented a house ou ,

i .HO O..UR OO..N. .. ..u.... ........ NU. YO.. 0''..
: z. rt ..'.!It' "IIIl _r' the opposite side of the street and settled -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. __:_: down to !live like simple minded '
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gentlemen.Some .

' DeLand Florida. FOR THE The Modern Chrlstlnn'B: Prayer. three months later the manager -- ----- -

.... _____________, _______ of the bank bad occasion to visit the
," Silu B. Wrlnht, S. B. Wrluhl Jr. (Published by request.) vaults, and to( his utter amazement rd the thieves not because they were Presbyterian Hoi-lal.'

') & WKIGHT, '#-PICKER TS. 0 Lord I come to Thee In prayer once and consternation, be discovered that any less during or workmanlike, but NERVOUSNESS. 'l'hels"les of the Presbyterian church

, BRIGHT the principal safe which a day or two owing to the sheerest bad luck. They will hold a social at the Parish Rouse,
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more; Jig C.D.. Its Cora and Its Evil El.
'--- before. had contained upward of constructed, a tunnel from a house they
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW. Bn t pardon that I do not kneel before feet If Unchecked. Thursday Jan. 25th.:> All are moat cordially -
50,000; ( In bullion and otber valuables, rented to the vaults of the bank but
NOTARIES PUBLIC Three Nights of Great Fun at Thy gracious for knees There are five causes of iicrvoinnoii: invited. A silver offering will be re
pretence- my .
bud been emptied of everything. It fulled by a few hours to reach the valuables
Office at Telegraph Office. (a) Low vitality of the nervous system; ceived..
are sore did not take long to throw the respon worth an enormous sum of .
School Auditorium (b) the faculties of self beliijt
High
DELAND, FLORIDA. With too much walking. In my chair sibility\ for this astonishing change on money owing to an accident mastery St. Barnabas' Church.'
weak; (c) loss of sleep; (d) the tun of
instead minded the It chanced that when these bad
the simple gentlemen over men
Well known by several of our cltiztms foods and drinks association )
Improper ; (e) St. Barnabas' Episcopal'' church Jan.
l. ALEXANDER, I'll but when visit puld to their tunneled a distance of
J sit at ease, and humbly bowhead my way a was some thirty
who have excited thernxolves to with erratic excitable
\ gettins ::1 nbode! It was found that they too. had ynrds and arrived Just within the vault nervous. 21st, Hid Sunday after: Eplpbany7:1I0a. :" :

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.- attraction to come to DeLand for a I've labored in disappeared.While where the safe wo/3 some of the beams idiotic Insane cynical and pessimistic m. Holy Communion; 0.00: a., m.
Thy vineyard Thou ; people.
school benefit living quietly and respectably, they bad used to shore up the tunnel Morning Prayer followed by Sunday
dost When the life
Office In Brush, Block. Will play at the High School Auditoiluui know) evincing no inclination! to bide them- collapsed causing a slight subsidence force Is constantly schooL 11 a. in. Chord service with
I've sold leaving the body at tbe finger tips at
ten tickets to the> minstrel "
DeLand, }'Iurl a. on Thursday, Friday and Satur- soiree, but showing their faces frequently ()f the bank's foundations. At tbe Came the feet through the eyes at tbe knees, sermon. 5 p. m. Evening Prayer.

JVlll Practice In State and Federal day, Jany. 18ih! 10th and 20th. Also a1II"III"e show. at the windows and walking\ time the manager happened quite con at the bands and at the elbows a per-

Courts. \ Saturday afternoon of the 20th. I've called on fifteen strangers in our In the streets like the most honest folk, trary to his custom to go to his olBce becomes
In order to
son nervous. overcome Methodist Episcopal Church; Sooth.!
This has town, the robbers constructed a tunnel connecting and he was surprised to find a dim-
O. A. DAVIS Company H repertoire ofsevral these losses a person should
2)R. Their contributions to our church put the !basement of their domicile culty In opening the door of the room. Regular services every Sabbath at 11
learn
plavs, the most popular which to control every movement. A '
bunk. To A examination to a m and 780 p m; Sunday school at 10
down. with the vaults of the accomplish cursory was enough (
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEON. will be given in DeLand. Admission restless foot an uneasy eye, a swing am. ; Junior Epwortu:: LeaguekpmSeu.;!:! 3
this they dug a shaft down show him that since closing time the
UEL.AND FLORIDA. Sic ami 230: received seats 50o. For the I've baked a pot of beans for Wednes. Ing. leg, Involuntary motions a trembling ior Epworth League 6 110 p m; mid-week
l Office at resilience, Indiana, avenue, benefit of the DoLand Public School. day's spree- to a sufficient depth to enable them to wall of his room had sunk slightly voice, an uneasy step, jerky actions prnyermeeting. Wednesday, '7 80 p m. A J I
Court House. tunnel under the road without being causing the door to press on the floor. cordial invitation Is extended to all '
bee Lithographs for further particulars An "Old Time Supper" it is going to anger. Irritability pessimism, j
. I Office Hours: 9/ to 19. 2 to 4, and '7 to 8.MRS. be. heard by passengers or risking a collapse Probably this, circumstance alone sudden starts etc., are signs of nervousness. these services. f
of the earth, and they cut an would not have shattered the thieves'
Unless
WANTED: by wholesale and I've dressed three dolls a person develops his
Chicago for
annual
VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. mall order house, assistant l our upward shaft giving them access to scheme, since the manager would have faculties of self mastery unless he Increases St. I'eter's R. C. Church.'
manager fair where when the I waited till the morning to call a build. '
the vaults, one dry
(man or woman) for this county and vitality of the nervous system Sunday services. :MaRS at 10 a. m ;
And made a cake which we will raffle bank was closed and they knew the I er In, by which time the safe would
and SURGEON. adjoining teirltory. Salary 9iO and unless he gets the sleep which is followed by Sunday school. Evening '
PHYSICIAN there. loaded with valuables they have been emptied but while he was
expensusea paid weekly; expense money safes were I necessary each and every day unless '
advanced. Work pleasant; position Now, with Thy boundless wisdom so quietly broke In and cleared away considering the matter the thieves In he eats the right kind of foods and service at 780.: Special course of instruction

Office on East New York Avenue permanent. No investment or sublime, everything worth tuklug. the vault below were making frantic drinks the right kind of drinks and unless on Catholic doctrine. Cordial

DELANO FLORIDA. experience required. Write at once Thou knowest that these duties all One can easlly..nppreclnte the courage efforts to repair the damage to the tunnel ho associates with the right kind invitation to all. Week-days Mass at
for full
particulars and enclose self of these sufficiently to enable them to complete 7
S. MUNSON, addressed envelope.COOPER. take time. and patience men., They of people be will bncome more nervous. a. m.
01A. hud to cut a tunnel between eightyand their task before daybreak and Lastly be will become a physical and M. J. CURLEY,
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CO. I have
; 132 Lake Street, Chicago/ III no time to( fight my spirit'sfoes ninety feet long, sulllclently high the manager heard them working beneath mental wreck. lie will become old Pastor.:
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.
11/ ; and wide to allow the passage of two I his feet. The consequence was looking and haggard. lIe will die be-
v
-- I have no time to mend my hatband's men carrying a heavy chest; they bud be immediately took a light and a re fore his time.-Human Culture.
Magnolia Lodge I. O. 0. F.
South of Fisher'sDrug
Office Second Door FOR SALE clothes; to dispose of the immense amount of volver and descended to the vault

Store. children the tunnel Two men suddenly appeared before On Monday Jan. 15, the Magnolia
5' My roam the streets from earth displaced In cutting
3 HER KITCHEN FLOOR.A
OFFICE HOURS 10 to J 12 a. m.; to .
and 7 1 to t 8! p. m. I olTnr at bargain prices the following morn till night, without any one knowing and after him lIe shot one dead, but tbe other Lodge I. O. O. F. No 21, installed the
pWJJI'rty, can use thA funds to H better '
DeLand Florida.: Wantage in my business: I have no time to teach them to do twelve weeks' incessant labor In cut disappeared In a manner which utterly |I story and a nit of Sarcasm About following officers:

-' --'- --.-.. right ting the tunnel they had yet to make a baffled his comprehension till lie searched New Unsrlnnd. Barry M. Getty, Noble Grand. .
Collate, 5 and bath
rooms oppositeth. the concrete door of the the vault and came on the mouthof Unless happen to have been bornIn '
College Arms and facing golf Bat Thou. 0 Lord, considering way through yon W. D. Butner, Vice Gram.
QR. JOHN REEVE, grounds, nicely rented at $18 a monthby cares, my bunk and break into a safe of exceptional the tunnel, which of course, explained New- England I suppose It Is Impossible Noel Montreville Treasner.i

t the year. Wilt them strength. The cutting of the everything.-London Standard. for yon to appreciate what a floor W. W. Watts, Representative to the
count
SURGEON righteousness and shaft under the bunk purtlculurly to conscientious house
PHYSICIAN AND Tht building lot near Boulevard and upward really means a Graid; Lodge.
.. on Ohio Ave., adjoining Heath resilience. heed my prayere. must have been an anxious tusk HALLE'S CAKE DANCE. keeper. I met a middle aged womanup ,

Office In store recently occupied by ) Baptist Parsonage the new Bless the bean supper and the minstrel for the robbers since at any moment I la New Hampshire one summer I
Tax Llceuce.
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West Watts aud W. A. Allen residence; size, show, they might have betrayed themselves An Aaelent C.r.monr That I* mewed who bad the floor worship fetich to a Dog

New York A.ve.DeLand Florida. 111:>U. front ISitt. deep.. And put it in the hearts of all to go; to some one above, and it speaks volumes to the Salt Worker. really abnormal! degree. Tbe last thing All persons who own dogs in city of '

19 nice building lots located about Induce all visitors to patronizeThe for the care with which they Halle the little German salt making she did every night after turning the DeLand must pay a tax of $1 per year.

lOll( jarda east of President Hulleys's men who in labored that no one suspected them or city, whose Inhabitants are supposed I cat out and locking the windows was which tax is now due. and collars are '

: reeMcmo and the new Johnston house onr programes what was happening until they had to be descended from an early race of to scrub tbe kitchen floor, the Idea ready for delivery This tax must be
QR. H. D. BRACE, on Minnesota anti Amelia Aves. $73: to advertise worth different blood from the modern. Ger- I that If the house
made their with :30,000 ing suppose,
$350.: Because I've chased those merchants escape be-I paid at once, or all dogs without collars. .
I 5 acres good orange land near Mc. till they hidWhsne'er of valuables the carrying I'wny of mans, ban a curious fete of Its own, down In the night the neighbors will be killed.

DENTIST. Bride's packing, bouse 120 acres choice which, apart from anything else must which has been celebrated annually not be able to find any spots to HENRY STEVENSON
litrh and rolling land three quarters of tney saw me .coming-yes, have been fur from a simple mutter. for many centuries. On that day tbe her of untidiness. ,

Office second story McLaurine Block. a mile from P. O.Will sell in quantitiesto they dldl! An equally surprising feat was performed masters and the salt makers, clad In I One night It happened that her husband Marshal. '

DeLat'" Florida.WOLU8IA : unit. Increase the contributions to onr fair, by the thieves who stole 40- red mantles, follow to church the cake was busy In the barn and forgetting

Corner lot facing College Arms and And bless the* people who assemble 000 worth of diamonds from a Klmber-: of the feast, borne aloft by a ;youth, that be had not come In, she Congressman Clark's Hill.'

golf grounds 6ix200ft( Beat lot. in tbe there. ley bank some years ago. While the accompanied by his sweetheart. After manicured the floor. She bad scarcely Congressman Clark of this State has

'. COUNTY ABSTRACT. and city. Bless Thou the grab.bag and the tunnel In this case was only about the religious rites follow a banquet finished when be was beard at the introduced a bill in the House of Representatives

A v INVESTMENT CO. J. T. CAIRNS, gluey tent, twenty feet long owing to the fact and a dance to tbe music of Instruments kitchen steps. He couldn't come In by to prohibit internal revenue .

DeLand. Fin The flower-table that the thieves were able to avail specially devoted to the puP the front door because that was sealed officers from receiving special taxes .
D. Landls.Sec'y and the cake that'slent.
Bert Fish, Cary themselves of a big main drain to approach pose. to keep out dust, and his wife simplywasn't
President and Treaa. In Incident from any person, firm,; or corporation'for
The fete originated an
Post Your Properly. the bank secretly, other difficulties going to have Dim tracking over
May our whist club be to Thy service that bad to be overcome were mucb that took place so long ago that the her clean floor so she made him sleepIn the carrying on of the business of a
Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. The season will be here Novem- lost A mill belonging manufacturer of stills rectifier -
open blest very; date has been brewer ,
Maps Flats and Blue Prints Sup ; more formidable than in the Hongkongcase. the bam He hadplenty of clean
plied. bar first for shooting quail and bunting. The dancing party gayer than all tbe / to the commune was burned bay to sleep on, and he was perfectly of distilled spirits, wholesale or retail .:

Opposite Volusla County Bank. and will continue through the winter. I rest The safe In which the diamonds were and the family of the miller was saved comfortable.Men dealer in spirituous, vinous or malt

DELAND FLORIDA. You Bnonid post your property if you And when Thou hast bestowed these deposited was one of such remarkable by; the salt workers. When the, mill. are scarce In New England I liquors communities where the carry-. ,

wish to keep parties from trespassingAlso blessings-tben strength that before entering on their was rebuilt the commune votea TO me understand. I don't doubt a bit that lair on of such business Is nrohlblted hv'

and truck farms.. enterprise the thieves evidently decided salt boilers In perpetuity an annual they've been killed off to save the ; crlbe"punishment';. ;
CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF post your groves We pray that Thou wilt bless our cake of 100 pounds to be blessed, carried local laws' and to pre .
It would be hopeless to attempt to floors.-Washington Post
0( Von can net trespass notices at this souls-Amen. In procession and tben eaten solemnly !. for Its violation.
break Into It at the sides door
or as ,
E. H. HAYWARD office printed on cloth. ANONYMOUS. to the music of drams and I This bill which is No. 8105, has been .t
the work might occupy too much time FAST TRAINS. .
fifes. referred the Committee oh and 4
and that It would be necessary for I to ways. ,
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance them to attack it at the back which, The ceremony bad been going on lucy Run Thron.h Track Ob.t.... means. :

Company of America-The Aetna.. The Cause of Many being built Into a wall they could work thus for generations when In 1376 there Clone Better Tbaa Slow 0.... It is earnestly hoped that a very large .

City IIOa, property Boulevard a Specialty.No DeLnnd, Fla. Sudden Deaths. Florida Attraction' upon after bank hours' perhaps for was a new the fire city In ball the but city spared which the destroyed On tbe straight stretches of the line number of the voters of, Volnnla county 4

If And this the fast train because of its higher velocity
days together necessary. will "send to the Florida member of tbif "i
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Mr. G. Herb Palm has wrlten for the salt works and the dwellings. Then
There Is a disease prevailing In'this decision was arrived at despite theirknowledge Is less likely to be thrown from committee letters the of '
the adopted a resolution urging passage!
commune
because so deceptlv Conrlr-Informant of Bartow Fla., an pious the
that the wall into which the the track by some obstruction than
V. H. VOORHIS, Many sudden article succinctly Betting forth the safe was built was three feet thick and thanking God for what he had slow train. The writer was once on an this bilL Prompt action,In needful.; 4 .
deaths caused spared and declaring that thereafter IA F. SMILEY,
are by magnificent opportunities of Florida for built of solid granite. engine that was thundering downgrade Signed. .
It-heart disease, tbe cake bearer and the salt masters :
.: Denttet, pneumonia heart 1 the homeseeker ,whether be desires to They started operations from the' and their men should make the procession through the Bad Lands of Dakota Press.Snpt.W.C.TV' .'

failure or apoplexy make a living in the fisheries In agriculture drAin running down below the street on with a ten car train behind It ata
DeLand Fla. clad not In black as formerly but
Gross Blbck ScrMce Via Atlantic
? 11. which the bunk fronted by digging a Improved Train '
U: are often the resultof or in mannfautnriqg industries. In tunics of ardent red with plumes of speed of over sixty miles an hour '

.J Hours: 8.80 to 12 and 1.80 to 4 kidney disease. If He says to the prospective uomesoeker: tunnel tweuty feet long on o'level with the same color In their caps. The> data when the engine struck and swept Coast Line. i
[.kidney trouble Is allowed .1.I the bank's vault This tunnel, cut
through a band of wild horses that "
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tbe fete also changed from St.Peter's .
of
I to advance the "You wish to fill the soil and haveno through exceedingly difficult ground, was dashed out- of a neighboring canyon Tbe Atlantic Coast Line .and its'.connectlons .
and Bt Foul's day to St. John'sday
kidney-poisoned at to invest to .
capital
once ; come opened on the foundations of the building are now operating solidthrough 'i'
across the track just ai the tttln was
the In tbe Since
blood will attack the longest day ;year.
... Dt0'- HUNTER *Mal: organs or the Florida. A few days work will give which were on the one band too 1370 this order has been faithfully ob upon them. .The engine and train kept trains from Jacksonville to AtlantavIa. :

Austrian kidneys themselves break down and waste you 'wha', you' need. To him who has. deep to be passed under and. on the served. The cut of the tunic has varied the rails unharmed. At another time Wavoross, Tifton und Macon. :with t.
Drugs.
v HomceophaUc. cell by cell. capital and wishes to invest It other band, so thick and solid- four I and Poll- '
away prod- somewhat with the fashion prevailing he was on an engine that was crawling: through conches to Nashville, -
,.((28 years practice New York City. Located Bladder troubles most always result froma tably. "The land of flowers' is being feet of the strongest masonry- that but the style of Louis XV. predominates. slowly upgrade when, a small band of man Buffet Sleeping Canto St.Louis :
113 Indiana Ave., 2nd door east derangement of the kidneys and a cure is ninety-nine men out of a hundred would
rapidly developed and her Industries Thus appear the carrier of the sheep crossing the track proved and Chicago.
Office obtained quickest by a proper treatment of have abandoned the enterprise If only .
of Store. hours:
Lumley's Drug I what desire. To the cake and his sweetheart and thus Is enough to derail the engine.It Atlantic
the kidneys. If you are fooling badly you wIll give yon von because of tile risk of cutting a Trains leave Jacksonville vja
passage
8.SOtolOam. 1.30 to 3 and 7 to 8 pm. can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot profesional man also. The clad the halberdier. After the banquet take but a very small force to deflect 9:00) P 14 and .
? come .: profeslone through such a wall beneath the feet Coast> Line daily, at. : ( ;..
the kidney liver and r the men and maidens of honor, being a billiard ball that Is rolling slow
W. C. CANNONS' great are,not crowded here, and of an office full of clerks and ever passIng arrived Tifton 1.85 A. M.,, Macon, 4:40 .
bladder remedy.It those who In years before have carried ly acrosa a billiard table, but If that (
corrects Inability to hold urine and scaldIng those who praotlct them are prospe pedestrians in the street.. But the the cake decorate with red poppies the some ban were moving at the rate of A, M Atlanta 7.80: A. M., Chattanooga
Livery Feed and Sale Stables, To him who li nick and broken thieves had a fortune In diamonds in P.'101: : Evens'
pain In passing It, and overcomes that rous. crowd that presses In the public square. 100 feet a sec<>*.>(l ((11 frequent speed 1':111: P. M.:. Nashville 5:55' : '
Pine Fashionable TurnoutsBus unpleasant nacaaalty of being compelled to In health, the warm winters and cool view and were men not easily frightened Then In the midst of a spot protected for these" fast expresses) It could only! ;vllliriflS A.I; Sa. louta 7:08 Av Ml, I
often during tha day and to gel many or disheartened! and they not only .
go up : \
:the skies and glorious A. M., .ril : i t.ft'
"ummers bright barriers and maids of hon 0
niu sit tr.lu.t \. O. L. repot times during the night. The mild and the Cut! a way through the foundations but by the men be deflected by the >exercise of con. and Chicago 8.:

;. r. Ha. ks ...... I morning' m id> afternoon F E. extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root la soon climate of Florida will cause you to regain >> through two other walls'little less formidable or execute not a cake walk, but a cake slderable force. It 1* .the Instinctiverecognition Good connections are JD-.de.' ,, *okvisonvllla ( :

.. .,3 4). Rr. trains H Or.n e Cl'j, and nlabl' realized. It stands the highest for its won wbat yon have !ont, and.tnnr*. To before dance, a grave function) In which one of this fact that has led from all Florida poID ..; &h ?* '
the ,
they came upon ,
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1 trains at 1* Land Jut oil U. tI) Hal :
derful cum of Ihs most must neither speak nor smile. The have seen TOVPvenlenl
distressing cases. hl who Is wealthy and seeks the some engineers when, they and moetOn. ,
hi
r both routes..H auks meet' bo'Ht..t. Boresri.nl final wall ; Into which the safe:.'was affordlnfC the o4ntcke ,
] Gentle horses. unJ u.i, la\\ drivers. Swamp-Raot Is pleasant to take one-dollar and sold pleasure life. comA ,also ,The pleasure tmlt"nn.1.tIII'Y! made a way through dance Is not complicated, but the musIc I that they mwit..ltLecompareUYi7light ; :. service from I Uhl-' 4rrftory'tc'!tr '
all In and
by druggists fifty-cant .
la of a special character and this gives rather ,
,. Phone 3./ '':' DeLand, Fla. tiled bottles. You may' grounds of tbls date are famous this hitter nuil tlie! massiveitevPback the whole a peculiar distinction. In r obstruction to .Increase the w.... '-: :.;t-.IU ]
the'.peed of the trainExcbn. ,
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have a sample, bottle of the world over. Magnificent hotels! of the safe lit such a quiet. workman- the evening there Is a dance) of a gayer. than decrease' .- _. I '\Fol"'tn.'hBI''lnfOl'mAtlollf"f', : : jifo ,
First Methodist Episcopal Church.; this wonderful new dls- ; w"covery receive youli.; ... tlj, will! 'd.. ibo style that not a soul inspected any. ut. t *; '
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and book. thatlelU turnery amiss until character at in Inn.. I iTb-walt here f, ..I'I a t.orll-; :; lt "A
a thing was one of the bank
Ke 14r preaching services each Rat>> all.about,' both light your nenses. quaint legonrts 'of begins/ reallat 4 o'clock In the afternoon pat.. Adv...taa.. rll'f "
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batha$11OO. m. aMldGp. in. Bab. sent free by mall. Address Dr. Khmer & Co. 'Old raslllH1 will In'tfreur Jffm, ,ant)( .vnn cleared of. 40.000 worth of exquisite ; and 1 Is continued until dawn., The: ,"What I*' tbe advantage' of knowing 'th ClY4.j j$n.rCb.k&WI \ 1
bath school at 10:00.. m. Junior. Ep- red hnbtts ''are'put away at the end of language anyway!' demand-! ". ">& '>:New ,,.. ..'Waii 'I t ..,.
I worth League 8.:00 p. m.Senior Epwortb BInghamton, N. Yv-; Whea. writing mention will I he bem-Hrtflfl bv I ithH eXI"'rh.| nc diamond. 5*. a foreign shoal* ton > ,
reading this offer In this F"i'h'wb. T< n4cotlegetms the fete not to be brought out sgata III the unsophisticated ;roman. \ ,, .1 V
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THE, VOLUB1A COUNTY RECOKiX

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YOLGSIA COUNTY RECORD.! PRESIDENT SHOULD DE UPHELD ALL OVER THE COUNTY Which Major Rtngtnan Won the highest i The' University Week- of' Prayer.The !

number of .
There are several mighty; "amea.I Week of Prayer was observed at
salient in the President's TEATS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO I The Tuesday Evening Euchre Clu I the University The President began WATTS & MILLER, I
points has resumed its regular meeting! LM i the services by an address at Vespers on
Entered In the Poatoffloe afbeLand. Fla
c .. second Claw matter. letter of transmittal with which THE RECORD!: OFFICE BY ITS meeting Mr Wm Clarke and Miss Merr:. the Kingdom of God. > 1

,i he sent the' report .ofthe Canal CORRESPONDENTS. field attained the highest score charge Dean of Farrah the meeting and the on President Monday evening hail HARDWARE FURNITUR J t't'A

D. E. PBEYATT, Editor Proprietor; Judge Freeman, who was quite III when the essential principles of
,.I .. Commission! ,to, Congress.? He ierson.Prof last weekls. now very much better and the Kingdom were set forth, and exem ,
"" -- says: and those who have followedthe was up on tbe street the middle of this pllfied as reasonable laws that commend '
.' \ Nobody bas explained yet just A 0 Botte of DeLaud visited his week. Dr Hill was bis physician.Mr themselves to every sane man. UNDERTAKING :
: how the wind of the' Russa- work of the Commission thus slok father at this place Sunday. Prof. Baldwin and Prof. Snhrie on :1
: up : Cbas Roberts baa purchased from Tuesday the
evening spoke snbjeo
:'! far will that the work has. Caps D :M George of Emporia was in on LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FUR NTnlture -
Hiram
Jap war bas betered China's po agree, Waters' 40 acres of woodland! "How ia one to get into the Kingdom", '
the BeRt and'Latest in
and for home
"i' ; sit ion in Manchuria.The been honestly and well done oar digglns. last week Thursday. land near Tee-Hoo Grove, and 20 acre The subject was made very clear, alldprepared' the Market,Everything and our prices are your as LOW AS POSSIBLE for4he 'I

'{\ ': The sanitation of the Isthmuswas Ther was preaching here morning near the Roberts groves northeast of Wednesday the way for, "How the subject o fino elites of Goods we carry HOur Furniture Department Is three

'only case on record.where a necessary precedent to the and evening t Sunday by the panto town. HIe brother Lawrence H take be persuaded evening to enter the Kingdom are peopleto ? doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything in I
Rev A Stenwall. 20 of the This oar lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through eithei depart
acres purchase. meeting wall In charge of Prof;
; the beet and cane sugar, men work of digging!; the canal. It MacDoogall and Dr. Baerecke. ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy you or your I
Mr F B Carllie the timber Our
colored friend Joe
\" cypress Drayton got back
have gotten together is in their the work that was neglected Dr. money
was Ferries on Thursday evening
contractor of Glenwood, spent Sundayat into an altercation last week with a I
spoke on the subject! of Personal work Careful Attention given all Mail Orders.
: to reduction of the
opposition a by the French engineers principally f
this place with his famiIRThe yellow boy, the son of Bob Francis, in aa a factor In getting people Into the

Philippine tariff': beca s6' they'did not have MID hew brothers, W H and which Joe got his head smashed with apiece Kingdom and on Friday evening Dean UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. .

the ,scientific data., on which to Jacob, of Barbervllle were welcome, of plank. Young Francis Is now Smith and Prof. Frost led a consecration

Judge; Andy Hamilton says he go,'and their work failed. It has ftttnilllar figures here Monday. of seeking the Everglades seclusion In the cypress jungles Saturday meeting evening.Dr. Gray of Atlanta spoke on of Mr.one J.of the A. finest Stith,Embalming a graduate {

.J never used checks in his trans- been accomplished now and the Mla Nella, tbe beautiful daughter of The attendance on all these meeting!. Schools of the country, l is in
actions. That was only a varia- honest Nela and Mrs Plerson of this waa very gratifying. The atudinta took charge of this department and
advice isthmus is a fit place for a white place departed Saturday to visit In De Lake Helen Heroics. bold and are always to be counted on in SB. will give prompt and careful I
tion of Jim'Fisk's famous
man to live and work. Perhaps tbe matters of religion. $ attention to every detail of this w:
,; ... "Don't write; send a boy all tile.work out Land. Mrs 0 P Russell has been quite ill The subject of the Kingdom of God work. I
he will not !get The lurking: booze punch mortal recently. grew larger every day. It became I

The Isle of Pines is said to bea of himself that he would do in a. forgers have gone out of business here Mrs Dr Babcock spent Thursday and clearer teacher that the Jeans world.was That the His greatest King-! Funeral Supplies I

great health resort. But this temperate clime, but he can at and moved their little penny crack Friday of last week at Coronado. I' dom meant a social revolution. That Always in Stock.KLICKER. f

least live and work without dyingof lew fitting misfits. Its principles are sane, that they make
does not say that it would agree: Mrs Ora G Wanlesa of Anoka Minn, for 1n: : .1"--
with Gen. Leonard Wood if he yellow fever. And pretty Rev E A Foyelstroin, wife and son, Is visiting her mother Irene G Adams. wherein a new dwelleth heaven righteousness.and a new earth. r.ri: ,

took his next vacation there. soon he will neither die nor be stopping here from Omaha, Nebraska, Carl Noble baa entered as a student The principles of Jeans are fundamentally
in De
terminated
outing
a pleasant
I; incapacitated from malaria. So of the Law Department of Stetson Unlversify. tbs greatest In the world the
Land, returning Thursday.Mrs only ones lit to be made the basis of
Congressman Lamar has flooded much for the priliminary work society, the sure ones on which to build
N J Ohlson l is still nursing a badly
Mr and Mrs Platt Richards are enjoying a life. Again and again the words BROS
4 Florida with his speech, attack- Then the President calls atten
sprained hand, aa a result of a fall.
a visit from their daughter and wee Jesus were cited to illustrate his mean-
ing leader John Sharp Williamsfor tion to the false stories that have Carl Hagetrom is also suffering pain baby from Lake Mary.
'ng.At
not placing him, Lamar, 01 been set afloat in print about the with an injured baud, a victim of an Mr Vanzant la' preparing to take final the consecration meeting the Merchant Tailors

committees of which he desiredto canal. Of course there are large ugly orange thorn wonnd. leave of Florida, and. with his niece, Christians to those there principles pledged, to learn themselvesanew them

be a member.. interests opposed to the diggingof Messrs G Bagstrom and eons, successful will spend tbe balance of tbe winter In by heart, to embody them in their eonl's ...

planters and orchardists here, took California.. deepest thinking, to daily express them Doors South from Fisher's Corner
Three
The story that the Ozar was ; the canal, and there are many their cane to W H Stone's mill at I Mr Andrna has rented a fifty acre lu speech and act, and to exert their

disgruntled: applicats for jobs Eldridge last week and had their fine truck farm at Beresford and will In'eatlgate influence that othera might adopt them:
sending his crown jewelsfor ---
; away whom these interests can and do crop of Japanese cane manufactured the possibilities of success in We are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fisher's
Mace Wins the
safe keeping; would have employ to decry the building of into syrup. that phase of agricultureThe $100 Prize.In corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call /-ty(
: ,sounded much more plausible if 1004 Mr. E. O. Painter of the and Inspect our New Line of Samples, for both Ladles and Gentlemen "
the; canal and the methods by W P Johnson, tbe most efficient depot engines, for the Bond Company'snew Painter Fertilizer Co. of Jacksonville, just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit l Is always

the correspondent had made their which it is being done. Finally]] agent and manipulator of the electric mill arrived Monday and the offered $100 In gold for the first and guaranteed you by us. The best material on the market for the mon- (
designation any place except current at Homeland, accompanied by structure begins to assume tbe propor- 'ISO for second beet box of oranges ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that give
there; is the question of pay. tions of a great manufactory. gathered from trees fertilized with the satisfaction. We are prepared to turn out more and better work
its beantiful wife and little is visiting
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; London. son Company's well known brand Simon I than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order.
deal of
There has been
a great Antoinette Johnaon the trained \
relatives in this territory and : nurse, Pure. Last winter the first prize I
was
t2r"8uits repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
,', Florida is taking her, place as capital made out of the large Crescent City for a season. of Chicago, who bas been staying with won by Mr. W. S. Hart of Hawks Park
to Ira Adams a couple of months, la engaged this: county, and this winter Mr. J. P. KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda
salaries that being paid
11 one of the foremost States of the were Justice of the Peace Jim Cade, one of Mace of Lake Helen won this prize, ,
Union in the development of her the higher members of the canal he solid farmers of Little Egypt near month professionally at Smyrna for a bowing the finest box of fruit at the

force' and to the rank and file Pierson, slaughtered and sent to the Pare Food and Industrial Exposition at
I resources and enjoying a perma I Stetson Electric Cold Storage plant The subject of an acetylene gas plantto Jacksonville The prize was awardedby -_.__ +E ErM ,' *
who were living divorced from a committee ]last Friday in Jacksonville.
nent prosperity throughout her Wednesday, the shoulders and hams of famish lights for the village streets, .- -.

,' borders. All branches of business the; comforts of civilization for several fine hogs for arinlf.S Is agitating the leading citizens of the mock land Mr. Hart's trees, and box Mr.Walt Mace'from ham from .

1 __ : and there the; sake of doing the work. Its place; nearly enough cash baa been subscribed pine land trees The prize lane. year for
are prospering are E Smith, the Pierson correspondentto
'J to warrant the undertaking. he beat box of grapefruit $30, was won Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops.Wagons
work that requires a high
Voluala Record .
the In
for her for the County was
: great things present Rev E Wells Is distinguishing himself by Mr. Mat' Zeigler of this place, three
: year. grade of talent in any of the error as to date of Installment of officersof as a landscape photographer. He has first prizes going to Vol asia county

,. skilled branches. With the best Voloeia Lodge No 77 F & A M, mentioned a splendid collection of Lake Helen range growers. '
( in an item of late date. The said views, some of which are to ornament The Painter fertilizers have a wonderful -
r r' Ool. J. ,H. Estill, proprietor of provisions that have been and officers then elected not installed he sonvenelr postal cards which Mrs record all over the State for the fine
": the Savannah: Morning News, has can be made for the comfort and were ilahon. proprietor of the Harlan Hotel, quality of fruit produced and the fine and Buggies; Made or ll j-vir; > 1. orse Shoeing a
,/, until a business communication held at bas ordered printed.Dr condition in which they keep the trees
f announced himself a candidate safety of the workers, it is employment heir lodge room in Barberville January the year round Specialty. Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the J
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'.4i 4. '{1 .1 for Governor of Georgia. In 1902 that would be classedby 6th. Instead of date mentioned. The Jan" 0 1st B, Webster of Business( assumed Manager tho of duties the I best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing I

, !! ,I Ool.,Estill was a candidate before the life insurance companies; aid correspondent, although an old Sanford Cold Storage and Ice Plant. The First University Concert.

. .! f c the primary for the office as "extra hazardous". No reasoning Mason raised to the toaster's degree in Tbe plant has recently been put in good The first concert of the winter term Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give
1 860, should have known better but the repair and Is doing a profitable business of the University will be held on FrIday me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
; ," and received a large vote throughout ; man would hesitate to say wet of ns get rusty and mixed np at Dr> Webster will not remove his familyto evening, January 26th, at 8 o'clockIn
J I the State. As Governor of class of talent Sanford for the present, but alma to the Auditorium.
that. to get the best I
times Solomon inside the gate work.
visit them in their snug little homa in Prof. O. A Morse will! render several
It : the Empire State of the South he into that sort of employment, One of the most thoroughly enjoyable Lake Helen semi-monthly. organ numbers. Prof. A. L. L. Snhrle,

,i t would bring great' honor'and the pay would have to be larger hop entertainments ever given in West Mrs Pratt opened her beantiful new lead of the Department of Elocution, THEO DEMRO.
whose readings have been well
so re- Orange City Florida
home to her friends New Years day and
credit to the office. than; in the more Dleasant confines Pierson waa that provided last Wedneslay ceived. will be heard in a number of ,
'" welcomed more than fifty persona.
j Ii,Ii, I C of civilization. A man is night. The large crowd who accepted There were speeches, congratulationsand elections, and Webb B. Hill Tenor 1
the invitations of Mr and Mrs Soloist, in tbren numbers, will complete
'f .1' Those people who have been, kindest wishes from all to tbe
willing to take large chances fore and delightful
John Dartis and beautiful daughter, gracious lady who said as her home at an interesting program. ...I-
J criticising and denouncing th Admission twenty five cents. Proceeds
The worker who ha North had always held doors
money. average Miss Sarah, all those who participatedIn open for benefit of Musical
Florida East Coast Ry." for its I to all who chose to enter. It had been Library.
considers himself under paid the diversified program of old Virginia tyled "Liberty Hall," and the new I .

i'! t' charges on' pineaple shipments, would take harder and more eels, Spanish:! cotillons and Florida home would serve the same mission and The Annual Tea, Benefit C. P. I. S. WILLIAM KOI-MON

I : ;;:, from its territory at a higher rate hazardous employment for the dancearonnds the major portion of the bear the same name The Annual Tea for the benefit of the ,,

I. ': than, shipments over the ,same sake of being: able. to leave his night returning to their respective The Indies of the Village Improve. Colored People's Industrial School will DEALER IN .
( Association have
ment arranged to open
: homes at an early hour Thursday morn- be given: by the managers of that lu tl-
road from Cuba, should now read family with a. competence if he the library Jany 15th, and every evening lotion at the Putnam Inn
Jan.
)r lug well satisfied that they bad spent thereafter Tuesday, Hardware Fnrniture Dr Goods Second Hand Goods Etc
except Sunday and to
Mr. Backworth's statement of 28, from 8 to 5. All interested in the in- ,
passed out. 'But good men who ,
> several pleasant hours of rare pleasure apply dally papers, current magazines, nstrlal progress of the colored race are
'I' i' the matter. The road has finally an. earn a. good living withoutthe end loveliness. The last act, the music eto to encourage young people in a requested to be present and contributeto 1

brought the Havana steamship risk, will not take that sort and song, the popular rendezvous of desire a pleasant for information place for a social and to evening.give them If the support of the school for the coining I I have consolidated my two stores, and now have larger and bet- I .. '
f' J happiness of parting hand waltz and year. MRS. GEO. E. DAVIS Prea. ter stock of Furniture, Hardware Dry Goods and general household
companies to terms that
and the the effort receives the it
'to' of a. job'unless the inducement whirling step towards home sweet deserves tbe library will patronage not be closed MRS. G. P. CARSON, Seo'y.s goods than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right
, Florida. grower is 'now on the offered is commensurate with the four evenings a week aa heretofore. I In my second hand household department can be found some big bar.
with ome. gains. (I buy and sell second hand household goods, etc.) I promise!
same footing the
Ouban risk and the' discomfort. There. Seed Corn for Sale.
( An aged confederate veteran of near There ia "something doing" among you bargains In either department. Prompt attention given all orders

.I ;r; grower as to rates.A for the salaries of the canal Emporia dies. This entire section was and the fruit the growers Blake these packing days houses; the Mace are The undersigned has a fine Variety of and quick delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders.

workers have. been fixed comparatively saddened last Sunday by tbe death ofold nnning at their full capacity, crews seed corn, well adapted to this climate, WM. KOLMON ORANCE CITY
suit has been instituted in for sale. It benrs several ears to stalk, and FLORIDA
high'' The President ancle Washington Peterson, who are hauling wood and kindling into the
,, ';"- 'the U. S. Court at' Jacksonville died of pneumonia. He had been a great grove for "firing" when the predicted develops: full and plump. On good n .. _
that salaries groait; yield. from 50 to 60 bushels
recognizes high are old)( wave comes, and the crop of open.
,; by Orleans land sufferer of this dread disease for many Price 75 cents Address
a New company to hold the class of i did oranges are being gathered aa fast per acre. per peck. -
.;, :: seeking to restrain the Governor necessary weeks. Everything that could be done as posable. The yield ia not quite so
men he 'wants. To do anything. by that skillful and faithful physician, large as it was last year but much more JOHN BENQSTON -
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of this State from further proceedings else would ,be a "penny wise, Dr Geo Kerr, and dear family, relatives perfect, and the packers" say, there never Orange City, Fla.

; looking to the drainage pound foolish'policy". Therefore and friends to stay his life was In vain were so few "calls. ___ I
of the Uncle Wash born In Jefferson SEASON Ip05-06:
Everglades ,, and the levy the' President ought to be was The Whippoorwill. For Sale. ,4

r.. and: collection of taxes, ass. pro- upheld .in. the work he has outlined county, Georgia, 80 years ago, and cameo When chill of eve draws on apace, An old bearing orange grove, 80 acres
Florida with his parents when a boy. 01 land, about 20 in budded to
; vided grove
by the last legislature for And twilight covers every place,
the biggest work a man le served three years in the Civil War, Silent the Mockingbird'a sweet trill, be best varieties, such as Enterprise The Arms
this purpose"This is a.pet scheme ever undertook. The 'canal will and thus we note the passing away to Bear[ plaintive-cry of Whippoorwill.In Seedless Starke's Favorite, China. College
grapefruit and tangerines. Figs, mulberry -
of. the Governor's will
and he
be.cheap at any price, and it will he unknown mystic realm another one I quest of food he leaves his perch, peach, pear and plumb trees. .
I; mak a. stubborn fight to carry it be cheaper far with living 01 tbe brave few now takes his rest In graceful flight peraaea tbe search; House of 10 rooms and barn. 2 miles
g s to a successful termination it wages among the silent battalions, his lastlittle : O'er brook and vale across the hill, east of Stetson University, % mile from
as for the workers than if it is dugin shelter tent being pitched in' the Crying the mournful Whippoorwill.The Aquatio Club grounds. One of the DEMAND, FLORIDA
'was
this hobby of his that secured oldest, most desirable and best paying
''a his nomination before the twice the time with starvation 'nrdom cemetery near Eldridge. The I speckled pinion's steady beat, groves around DeLund. Apply to Opens for Gnests December 1 1st. 1905. -
pri wages attached. muffled dram's sad roll has beaten this Low swoop to earth, nee high and fleet. MRS. H.-M. AUSTIN. ,#
h. ':> maries.. : I soldier's t tattoo.Orange. Short stop, turn, pirouette and fill-
vi'.Ifr' Chick Whipo'willChick Whippoorwill

I :r Tha High Springs Hornet has Marshall Field, who died this City.Mrs The moonlight charm the favored light JOHN B. WELCH Under the management of John G. Holland,

suspended publication. Its editor week of pneumonia, was the As by nature to aid the flight; (same management as last season) Manager of
AmerIca.His Basner is another lady who has Nor halts the tireless wing until the BLUE MOUNTAIN
richest merchant in LAKE
;3" and publisher; Mr. Seltzer, is taken room in Mr Weloh'lht.Mre Be[ calls his mate, Chlok Whippoorwill ORANQB CITY FLA HOTEL, Blue Mountain
,I'' one of the most unique editorial fortune is estimated at 960- Glenwood. Fla. S. W. H. Lake, New York, (Adirondack Mountains.)

writers,, in' the 000,000, and. this great wealth he Twlng will speak in the Library For rates, reservations and other informationon
and Groceries Tobacco
r State, a style Hall on Sunday p m at 8:80: o'clock. FIVE SUPERB TRAINS DAILY. Fancy Staple
1r' 'peculiarly. his own, and the press acquired not by "law honesty", :Mr Fuleer and family'are living 10Mr Cigars. and after November 5th, 1903, address

of Florida.' will regret; his tempo but on the square.' His great. McCol1 lok's house. on the bill. west Three to the East and Two to the West JOHN Q. HOLLAND .

, rary retirement from" the newspaper store, the, largest'in America,'istUhicago of town. via Atlantic Coast Line. Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc. THE COLLEGE

; ', business High Springs ,, ; and, thousands are B M Bailey and family have moved New York and Florida Special leaves ARMS: ,

1 should'supporf employed in it. Into Mr Laws'flat in the brick block on I Jacksonville 18:50: pm dally ex. Sunday; Best and Freshest Canned Goods, DeLand Florida :
+4 jtspaper andkeep..Mr.'Beltzer Limited .
Graves Ave. Florida and West Indiana constantly o'n hand, and all first
l 'in harness.' It /, leaves Jacksonville 8:59 am dally; New class Groceries for your table.
_: try I There 'are."many striking Mr and Mrs Hayward are now'com York Express leaves Jacksonville 8:05:
Itt examples -
does not speak'well for
a place to and Florida Limited
am daily Chicago
domiciled la Law ;
Portably Mr ,
: cottage
of the value of good roads. Country Produce bought
permit tlre'dlscontlnu' of its Volasla.A.ve. leavetl Jacksonville 9:80.m: daily; Dixie i.- ).
k ". 1 Wherever roads' have been 'per on Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9:00 pm dally --
paper.;; The; people! ,of High: Mra I/C Curtis has'lumber OD 'the
it found Through sleeping can to New York, Orders. receive careful attentionand
l Spring should not. be without The manently, improved ;s' I ground sufficient for the'construction of Chicago and St. Louis, also new sleeping delivery prompt. You will

'- Hornet.-- that there has. been a very great quite a large house. oar service to Augusta Ga leaving And my price at low as the lowest.

_ :..nfMA.w...._ak a" .in.. value n' t.h.___. '_..,_H..A..t.___..v Mr and Hrs Pattengill arrived this acksonvllle at 8:05: a. m For Pullman "*lve me a call.
reservations and informasloo write,
"' : :The1: great winter' tomato crop property. Among examples of week and are comfortably domiciled at I FRANK C. BQYI.STON, Ip9lolW&rcke

? ".,' 'of the lower East Coast has'. been this sort is that of Jackson.Tenn. he Orange City Hotel i I District Passenger Agent Jacksonllle -- -

_ :.roinecP by' the oVeiflow'' ''the From figures recently published, Mr and Mrs John B Allen of. Shelby. Fla. Notice of Application for Tax DeedUnder -

IowAlsndaafromatlie., ;: ,,:exceeeivemina. It'Ii' 'shown',that'since 1000. the vine Kv of;the arrived Orange Monday City Hotel.and ara theguests I Florida Section (f of Chapter 4868 Lawsof "Elastic" Bookcase

.:.,The,'"great; prairie field. city has increased 5,000; in pope I N' tine Is hereby. given that Osteen Turpentine
.. Among the new arrival are Mrs Co purchaser ni TaxUertlfloate No and Desk oomblned. n
;; t &refiooded'andthodestruction of batten The roads were improvedthrough' Loaie, and son Mr Late and wife., TL 12&4. dated 71'i' dr of Juno, A. D. 18'fl,
yare las filed mild Bert(Humes In mvofBo.and has Permit 05 much or as Unto
the3 winder lerop/ is".complete '(pn issuing bonds ,to ;start the guesta of Mrs O N 8t John. Tutt'sPills taidu uppltattloii for lax deed to Issue In uoordnncs book space as wan t o d.

'such land:J"The! ''growers;always. with;and they have'advertised This town la pretty well filled np with wl'h lw Said eertiilcatesem. Comprises Desk Unit wi i:11:
b'- ce the 'following d'sorlhed property Ie! few
Book Units t
'praEnd'Fto. ';;. meet,nuch':,disasters they:'city so much'' that families winter,, tourists.,, Quite a,:,number of.trange'tsose Attar eatlaf,persons of a bflkn habit Voluila' excljtlftnofRB Florida to.wit.BK 12 desired.) 'or many i Roomy convert 03 I

or ft fxeaceV ha6 floe,, seed bed., are"*'constantly coming'.in'' from s are seen oa ,our.,street* will derive great.bandit by taking one ring*sett 81. sea tp19. lent attractive. Call and see
counties with the now., r a of tbcw pllla. If you have.been The aid land being aassssd it the data U or write for catalogue t 104 w
$tvl will replant tor a spring adjoining re* ,..
crop
DRINKING TOO MUCH of the issuance of snob certificate In theeam.oCO.w.Dlakson. .
valuei' tin But, ...eD. to'Jsekeonvme'theAret J. P. ALLEN & CO.
have Increasedn'.ome Unlesssaldiomrtlnoat
land
as .* the "'at r'le..i.'Jthet alt that', I J .
\ of the week to meet Mfr Strange they will promptly relieve UM CMS, shall.be redeemed according to law Agents .
> ;', _si: 1. la t .loss to )) .! canes' from 20 tq100per of Memphis;' who la to be her, guess thiswinter SICK, HEADACHE -.- ot tax February deed will, A.D.lasiu,thereon 1006. on 'the sad day OB LAND FLA.. ,...
cent. ,Property in;, the '" aadonr =
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; M also7greatly' increased "Tii.' :- Afternoon'Wnirt Clui appetite rsvwve tomy feski this the 10th: day of January.A. D..1908. .r 1rgY
,. ,: Monday \ Ings. Btsaeatlysugar aetel., : '

ii h, I >'i*tact, rj.j .iai Roads:Circular.. met tkl*week at Mt B11 Tucker. '.at Take No'Subitute.. Clerk Olroult Court Voluala BAJU.D.County JORDAN, Ilia. l w
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J /flfl musical instruments, the beet to Mr. H. A. Wright was a Olenwopd

n be had, see Ertokoon. visitor to DeLand Tuesday.

I.,- ) ,. /. Real McElroy's announcement else. Hon. J. B. Conrad made a business High Class Goods
lf1n ;
to, where In these columns. trip to Brunswick Ga., this week. ,

f ,_J"; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heebner were Mr. and Mrs. Steed have leased the ; \ : '.. ,: .
., ir m visitors to DeLand from Orange City Watts cottage on West N. Y. Ave. .
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Hon. R. M. Tucker was an Orange

(:r'- This/ is ourBargain JR number ot DeLand people will see City visitor to DeLand Wednesday. i ,.

the great automobile races on the Or- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leach of Jamestown > > '
i '_.' mond Beach next: week. :Clothing{ ;
\ "lift Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. : ,
'f Mr.. G M. Rowe, manager of the De- W. F, MoClary. : \

,f:t ,, / Week : Land Telephone Co., visited the old County Commissioner William Mo. \\J' ;, '. ;'\ .'(,- '11
home at Starke the first of the week.
Bride
was at the county seat from Seville Walk'i Over !
m the /first of the week. .
r Mr. T. M. Heard arrived from California -
q' ryiE the first of the week and Is .I lt. Mr. and Mrs W. D. Rapp of Sabina, '11 : /

Sweaters' ng his brother Jeweler J. M. Heard. Ohio, are pleasant people spending the ,i Shoes :
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season at the Patton cottage.Mr. .
ff l All Wool-White, Blue and Red 'f'f Manager Rowe of the DeLand Telephone :

/f $3.QO Marked Down to. ... ... .... ..... ... $2.39 !,fr! Co., is constantly extending: the S. W. Hlckok Is now occupying
/fl.f the Jones home at Stetson
disposed
,' 2-15' ? ? ... .. ..... .... .. ..... 2.19 service, Installing additional phones of his Glenwood interest.having ,Queen, Quality'Shoes "

Ifj', 2.60 .? ? ,.. ... ....... .. .... 1.89 every n eek. Mrs. Carson, who formerly spent a .. ."
Miss Annie Jones, who spent the boll. '
m number of winters at DeLand, is at
m Ladies' Coats day with her parents. Judge and Mrs
lf1fI The Olive Branch for the season.The
lf") Minor S. Jones, at Titnsville has againaken
Latest Styles 4 Plckerts, Willis Grace, Lillian
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/ .. ... ... .. $8.75 np her studies at Stetson.
f $12.00 Value, Now. .. ,.. and Baby Blanche, with company at + Stetson : .

1 J 10.00" n .:.. .. .. .. ......... 7.00 1lft You are missing the best show of the public school Jany 18th, 10th and 20th. aoy a

!, 11.50.. .. .. .. .. ............. .... 6.50 !,, eason If yon da not attend the 4-PlckerU Various kinds of musical Instrumentsat Shoes -f f01.1/
m Company at the High School Auditorium
V W '1.00" .. ..... .. ..... .... .... 5.00 tonight, Friday, and tomorrow night. Erlckson's; also pianos, organs, talkIng \
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I.. 'f' machines and the best sewing machines -
Silk Skirts ;f fID For Sale-Thirty acres bearing orange in the world.

!, (,fi.r grove, twenty acres set to bndded Mrs. Arnold and daughter of Virginiaare Mahoney Bros.. Shoes :i -

$8.00 Quality, Now.. .. .. ... .. .. .... ... $5.89 pecans. Price 4000. A bargain Callon at The Olive Branch for the balance

m 00 .. .. ... ... .. .. ........ ... 5.39 ID f or address J. L. Nnukols, DeLand, of the winter. Mrs. Arnold is a niece

,n, 5:OU ...... .... .. ... .. .. .. 11.119 m 1 FIlL of Gen "Stonewall" Jackson. .
tt nMercerized Undeskirts m I' Mr. Scott Hodgkin of 'this place, by. Father Curley Is again pastor of St. Stetson Hats No Name ,Hats, .

qi: appointment of the Governor, will attend Peter's Catholic church. He will preach !i

delegate the Cane Sunday. He has DeLand friends
if1p. as a Sugar many
!f" and Tucked with Dust Ruffles ,
Hemstitched
Growers' Convention at Mobile next who are welcoming his return. '

!f'" $350 Value for.. ..... . . .. ... .. ..... $1.75 m month. Mrs. Carpenter and three year-old Wilson Bros. Furnishings

/ ;!,, 2 00 ? .. ..... ... . ...... .... 1.69 !1, Mrs. M. E. Gould and Mrs. Mary B. daughter of Boston are spending a few

-to!, IwK '\ '. ...... ... .. ... .... .. .... 1.29 /P Cleaveland have purchased two pretty days with Mrs. V. M. Fountain Mrs \

l.oo ,. .. ... .. .... ... .. ..... .. .. .. 1.19 ,, building lots adjoining the Shimer Carpenter U on her way to Orlando to
spend the winter with her mother. At V. M. Fountain'sOnlr
" : plAce, and contemplate erecting resl-
n Wool Goods deuces thereon.At Mrs. Lena Norris was in town from ,

Highland Park Wednesday. As will
I, Heavy Suitings, and Mixed Worsteds the Vesper services last Sunday:!
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be seen from notice in these columns,
$1.75 afternoon Dr. Halley spoke upon the

if1, l.GO All marked down to .. .... ..... .98''f' life and work of late Dr. Harper of she puts upon and market residence some valuable _
_ orange grove property. _
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ifl" 1.35 ., the University Of Chicago, whose death -
't' The Vesper Committee of the John Partial CIIao.
Only a
Market:
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occurred last week. Marsh's Meat
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!, President Halley and other Baptists be piesent at the Vesper service to be did you return the diamond ring The very beet Western and Florida

m .. m of this place are attending the State held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in he gave you? Mnrgnretlie-Certainly meats can always be, had at the Marsh

,,\ /f1 baptists Convention at Bartow this the University Auditorium. President not I don't care for Harry any more, Market The choicest Hosts; Steaks,

I l' 1tq week. Dr. Halley is one of the principal Halley will deliver the address. but my feelings have not changed to- Chops Beef, Mutton and Pork, Sausage,
m eto. The standard packed meats on
peakers before the convention. ward the ring.A .
!mm f The Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy hand. Try Marsh's Market and get the
Wanted-Men in each state to travel, best for home
mJ completes Its first year's business since, fig for your bill of fare; show ma your
1 1t post signs, advertise and leave samples opening at DeLand and the reader's at your bill of company-Swift. MARSH BROTHERS

J 1'; .r.r.r.r.r. .r .r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.r.rrr.r.rr.r._._. 7, of oar goods. Salary (75.00( per month. tentlon is called to the new announce'
r.' r r r r r r r r e-: :-: r: e e-: """ '3 00 day for KuhlmanCo.
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expenses.
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., Dept S. Atlas Block Chicago. space elsewhere in The Record.

Messrs. S. B. Wright and W. M. | For Sale-Eight acres of /fine bearing .

LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Woodward delegates from the Masonic',orange grove, and nine acres grove with .,

Lodge of this place, attended the meet. noose, barns sheds, cistern and well

! ; Pharmacy-- Ing of the Grand Lodge held at Jacksonville I water. At a great bargain If sold in Fine Groceries. ;

Lumley: I HE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS: OF last Tuesday and Wednesday. I next 60 days. Mrs Lena Norris, north' .

Best amusement offered the people of west of Stetson Station. P. O. address
THE PAST!! WEEK. Park
DeLand for several seasons. The 4 Highland

Plckerts & Company In repertoire with Several thousand peach trees, just received Q1e? A. H. WOODALL cS

With the close of this week we end our flr t year's business existence : tonal. l and Soot.ty. Item. for the 1'.01,10' high class vaudeville acts on Jany. 18th, at DeLand Nursery, E. H. Hay. .

in DeLand and cordially thank the people of the city Pupae-Brief M.ntlon of Pacts a* 10th and 20th. Also Saturday after. ward's selected buds from beat beating

and county for the generous support accorded us, and assure flen bv our Reporter.W. noon. Wait for them. trees and grown for him at Glen St.
them we hope by the name courteous and liberal treatment to There was no term of the Criminal Mary's Nurseries No better trees, and For the Holidays we have a fine line of Fruits,

merit a continuance during the next year. S. Taylor, Dentist.Dr. Conrt this week to dispose of the rest no better time to plant them. Nuts Dates, Raisins, Figs ; also Fresh Fruits.

Our Stock Is More Complete Than Everand Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. of the Orange City election cases. On Parties visiting in DeLand may send bur stock of Cereals is large and. a complete as-
, \Ve have added the celebrated II.
we are better prepared to serve you. eriToilet Are Fresh Flab at Marsh Bro'a. market account of Judge Shaylor, who presides their children to Beelar's School and sortment. O.
Medicte Pancake Flour also
Buckwheat Pawnee
4 line of Staple Drugs Chemical Patent Friday.Mr. in these cases being sick the mattoi have them continued In their courses Oatmeal, ,
ticles. Fine Perfumes School Books. Stationery, Paints Oils. every was postponed until February 19th without change of books, thus enabling Oatmeal, something for the children in every
till maintain' Ellis O Blake of Lake Helen was
Brushes Cold Water Paints Wall Paper, 'etc. package.In .
SODA Mr G. D. Jackson has them to resume their places in their
ICE CREAM AND : engaged Mr,
DELICIOUS
of in town Tnesday.
our reputation making imported goods we have L, A. Price Olive
Hutchinson this classes upon returning home. Individual
WATER Our stock of Post Cards Souvenir China and Silver IB the Get your fresh garden seed for spring charge George of 120 of of place to take .instructions, correct methods. Oil, Mushrooms in tin and glass, Pimentoes, Peas,
acres In
low. Tourists and out of planting at Fisher's.Mrs. orange groves Anchovies and Anchovy Paste.
in the price extremely ---
town largest people Cltr.and to make our store head quarters while Hudson was an Orange City left the Basils this week vicinity to, and Mr. the Hutchinson Perkins Will Answer Charges We are handling Austin Nichols & Oo.'s White
assume charge,
in the city. visitor to DeLand Tuesday. Cream Cheese, also Neufchatel, Pineapplo: + and
and
a good selection Mr. Jackson hoc
Yours very truly, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Finney were in made. Hon. Jas. W.Perkins,having received Edam Cheese.
filed him and which We wish to take this method of thanking
the charges against our
& Osteen Pharmacy. town from Orange City Wednesday.Mrs Mr. John Bengeton of Orange City
The Lumley
. caused his suspension by the Governor, many friends and customers for their generous sup-
Ed In DeLand the was in town He is
was Tuesday
Spencer
growinga is busy preparing his reply thereto port in the past, and hoping for a continuance of
first of the week from Camp Cassadaga.Menem. new variety of corn that Is wonderfulIn
These charges were before the Exec: of the same we wish you all a merry Christmas and .
Carpenter and Dozier were in its yield per acre and keeping.qnall. utive at the time he, Mr Perkins, wa prosperous new year. Yours, "
town from Orange City the first of the ties. He baa this corn for sale for seed, appointed last summer, with the exception .

.., week. and its advertisement appears elsewherein of an affidavit from J. E. Alexander Phone 79 A. H. WOODALL. *

J. rrrrrrrrrrrr-::'-: ''''':''-: '-:'-:'-.:'-:'-.:'-:'-:'-::'-rrrr.r.r.r.r:'''''.-.....:.-:.....:.......:.-:.C-:C_:........ Mr. A. R. Cooley, the Lake Helen these columns. ,, in reference to the Orange City

"" orange and peach grower, was in town Mr. T. L. Oseen of The Lumley & election cases, and which caused the

F. ALLEN & COMPANY m mt *> Monday.A Osteen Pharmacy, is erecting a six room Governor to relieve Mr. Perkins of his
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+ fine line of tastef Florida Souvenir cottage on his property west of town, office. The Orange City case, so far as -

!*/ Postal Card Albnmns at Brill's\ lOo. 83c, t l-> be occupied by his sister from Osteen. the principal Mr. Cannons, was con. r;

Ji t! FURNITURE DEALERS i > SOoaudToo. He has also sold one of the lots of his cerned, was disposed of by the crimlna W. A. ALLEN & CO.
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Mr. Bedford Jones was a Spring:! sub division In the same neighborhood, court a few weeks ago, and Mr. Cannons

\vV > ill Garden visitor to the county seat the and the owner Is erecting a nice homeon was acquitted by the jury in ten

W W first of the week. it This property makes desirable minutes thereby exonerating: the conrse Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
We can supply your Furniture for the new home. \''i'R building lots, and they will all be sold I of Solicitor Perkins and condemning
b fill' Mayor Bly of the law firm of Stewart I
111ll Miss Elton E. Hedrlck. the well the action of Alexander and others who '
and Tables & Bly, was at Jacksonville the first of ;
For the Parlor: Wicker Chairs, Lounge r known Astrologer of New York, located have been trying for a year to oust Per.
\ the week on legal business JHuyler's
Bookcases and Desks. at Lake Helen this season, has an announcement kins and other connty officers Alex: Stationery,
For the Library: Tables, ill Mrs. Shindler, mother of Mrs. Stetson, had to Candies
elsewhere in The Record. ander claimed that he nothing ,

\Ii For the Dining Room: Side-boards, Dining Tables iji came South with her daughter, and Is As an astrologer Miss Hedrlok has a do with Mr. Perkins' suspension. Why School Books, iit/t

spending the winter at Gillen. world wide reputation and has made did he do this and publish such In the Florida Souvenirs i .
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..' and Chairs.For '',.J Lots of new Florida Souvenirs and some wonderful predictions in person's papers, when he knew he had just made Toilet "t

: the Bed Room: Oak Suits, Dressers and WashStands Postal Cards at Brill's. New goods com life. If yon want a horoscope of your the affidavit against Mr. Perkins If Requisites,
\Ii Ing all the time. Prices the lowest. life send her the date of your birth, he were just to his fellow-man he would Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies

(\Ii \IiIi There will ba the annual meeting of where born and as near the hour as yon now withdraw that affidavit. Not a Clocks,
scintilla of evidence, that was true, was
\ the stockholders and directors of the can, and she will tell you things that in the hands of the Executive: to cause Jewelry,

\ Iron Beds, Rugs, Carpets,' Matting. \Ii> Volnsla County Bank next Thursday., will happen in yonr life. Mr. Perkins' suspension from office. Silverware, 1 i

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....._._._._._._._._._._ .! .tJ: the winter at DeLand, accompanied by; -
C-C': :e-:eeo: : Ir:eo: eo: eo:e-: e-: Optical Goods, f
his mother, left Thursday on a business J
Fountain Pens, Etc.
Cub&Mr.
trip to
ELTON .
Watt for the 4 Plckerts at the public Mr Robert Wilson of Georgetown J. B. Taylor, who last week par E. HEDRICKThe -

sohoql Jany. 18th, Iflth and 20th. Little I Ky.is visiting his friend Mr.Jack Stith. chased the Jenkins property corner NEXT TO POST OFFICE. .

Lord Fanntleroy on Saturday afternoon. We regret to note the death of the In- Indiana and Florida A vel., has sold I II
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fant child of Mr and Mrs. Gode at their to Mr. Cannon Well Known Astrologer of New York. ",
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}1iFibtii'idFtFtFbta NFFiE r borne on Minnesota Ave. Thursday. Mayor Blv attended the Mayors' Convention BB : '"

Charles Gets, an invalid, died from a at the Pare Food and Industrial "Zt PPRECIATING the fact that Astrological Science has been but:

"I hemorrhage of the lungs at the Florida Exposition: Ht Jacksonville last Monday .1\ little Introduced In the Southern States and Is consequently regarded ":

I GARDEN \ Honae Monday night The body was and spoke before that body. with something akin to suspicion as to Its true purpose and

sent to the Londonvile, Oho, .Mr. J. A. Messrs Dawson Brown and Daniel 1 prophetic possibilities, I have decided to give each and every one an DELAND WOOD' YARD,\

1 4 Stltb undertaker. Blackwelder, prominent stockmen and opportunity to Investigate the same to his or her entire satisfaction.

. : SEED | As special examiner MJ. Charles Me farmers of the north end, were at th. On genereral principle-as In all Instances-the price being the C. C. FANNING &' CO., Proprietors. .j.

Crorv has been at Daytona Beach this county seat the first of the week. first consideration, I shall bring that within the reach of all; and take '.

M week -taking testimony In''a case In Mrs. C. P. Carson gave a lawn part pleasure making this reduction for I know that all who take advantage i t ;:

; C' of this offer will feel themselves well repad for having done so. _
which several property owners are petitioning Monday afternoon for her little cousin -.f;
_' : Sugar J not to be included In the cor Master James Middleman., whose moths The price herein given being reduced to the LOWEST POSSIBLE Oak Wood. ;

porate limits of that new place. is spending the winter at The Olive figure consistent with reliable and A No. 1 work, the time must be l\ ;
I could not afford to Jeopardize health by continuing workat Pine Wood :
5J J Beans 5 Mr. Isaao Blane, brother of merchant Branch. limited as r.
: this low figure. Therefore this offer will close April 1, 1006. ,"
Diane,bought Thursday, the fine Fntch The lady that picked np a gold watch : '
1 The year 1900 la upon us. KNOW what the NEW YEAR holds for Kindling ': ',
Peas residence property on East Indiana and fob between Lomley's corner and< .
| A of Influence will accentuate success and ." .
planetary
;; Ave., the consideration being $2800. Hutchinson comer on Monday after you. knowledge ., .'..., M' I
The sale was made through Real Estate noon will pleas return to postofflc&an d enable you to guard against unfavorable periods and unfortunate .
5 Water Melon { Agent Knokola. receive reward. .changes.. For Heating: and ,Cooking-Stoycs.l:, l
As a Special Offer, until April, 1000, all 15.00 work will be reduced .
5 Seed *; H. A. Holey has openeda Jewelry re Much Interest has. been shown in the to $3.00.' This ...U1lnclude Invaluable Information touching upon' eli e :1Careful
= In the east of the bank revival the
pair shop room meetings at Frenbyterla .
affairs of life; and also a forecast with favorable and unfavorable periods -
building, and ix prepalred to repair In church this week.. conducted by R v. .
\ for business health travel
partnerships speculation,
for changes, "
g Everything = frat-olaas style, all watches clocks, Knapp, the Pastor, and Revs. Roeeboroulfh l Attention ("al l Orders; :,;
etc., etc, for the year.1000., ? Igiven .. ( < i iPromptDeliver
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jewelry, and will scientifically. flt you and Gordon

% spring P1an The Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterlan Born to Mr. and Mrs.. Oeo. R.Caspar THIS OFFER WILL PCS'TIYBLV; QL03H APRIL 1, 1808. .j Vf ,i1Un, ,,: '
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.' church will hold sale of cooked of Louisville, Ky. Tuesday January 9, Send, ,place and date";:of'birth! .:''As'! 'nearrtheaour1:" ',"i'iii,p.lble! "' i A :.....',.10'. )." ,'I"1.,"_" ''.''''.'','"'

\\G. ng.J. food consisting of cakes pies, doughnuts 1906, a lIne son; MI.Carpsrly! "' ''''' '"1.'
IV : : Office led.Herklmerkt ..' Address until April IJOOa:; p6osl.>> Na'tst. 'y' !.tMl ,
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bread and baked beans, at the owned floe grove here, and. he and Brooldn 'r ,'\f"r. J' JI rt? fir "
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tED UFE" LONd6N: .68&TErt GIRLS. .nVM- kES'WR lS'' Notice otie Is hereby bf Jflnai given Discharge.that tbs duller,IIniIlVER V tHidt farma?" kiriows h :

"s JIlT >> slimed' admlnl.tratorwltb tbewlll annexed,
Thr Mast 'lI|X>rt O.lrtrh rinn.. omTU JfEhCr U. of the estate or Lewis A, Austin, deceaaed ,

Osttlch pluinmi.lr ll..lldar are all On much.ln."a. necessity 11. l NOT ,CURES tile will his on the Uniil first account day of February tomtbur, A with I> 1UOO bisvnuobers IlI (or ought to know) that

That what with the H"". J. Lee KloOmry
s a prominent\ to the London coster /girl on her Thousands who have hail their health riiinej by Mercury testify"" that It County liulire of VolUMia County, Florldn.atblaotlkelii ) J

druggist said of & ott'8Emulsion' outings/ as tire the pearl buttons to her makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagions lilooj Poison.I Dol.und.. Florida, and ask POTASH is i indispensable foiyjjrc-

masculine companion and, .the biff While It may mask the disease In the system for awhile,.when the treatment that ilw siimu be all..we.IAnd approved and I
tbat be be
such atlmtnlatra.
short time
a trimmed hats with their drooping is left off the trouble' returns with renewed .violence, couibiucd with the disastrous tar wltb thu dlHoharged will annexeil.aa truck

ago. As a rule we don't feathers are familiar In all gatherings/ effects of this powerful min W. L. OSBORNE, ducing good-paying crops. ,

of this class. eral. Mercury, and Potash, which is suffered B-raatlv Contarton Administrator with tbe will annexed of

2 use or refer to testimonials? Many of the. girls cannot afford to also a common treatment for ContagiouS :who pl''Ol'lb..d. II M"roury.. 't'd NotlilnS'. dl::<:l. tho Tfcls estate July of 28lb Lewis, 1W A. Austin Oeoeased.j A liberal quantity of POTASH ;

, .I"" in addressing the:. public, keep their, money; tied up lu useless Blood Poison, eat Olrt the lining ma : l'm wood In f 'lbt the trcarmant \ ,
plumes and tbero thrives n brisk Industry of the stomach and'towels. produce XTfol
but the above remark and In the hiring of these feathers.T chronic dyspepsia, cause the teeth to : :::.r.3tt..b. ::, aud I immediately Notice of Application for Tax Da d along with 'ample amounts of

'; : ': similar i i : expressions are .. loan of a--single' plume for a day decay, make spongy, tender rums. i0 0.u1d tind Soltr"e I of
co.tnjiut. 1,,shilling,, ,or, for 4 shillings/ I affect the bones and muscles, and leave This. wuativoyaaraaa-o,and loan trutn- of Florida. and

made so often in connection a gorgeous trio j may be bod for an its victims complete physical wrecks. BOW"*':.uO* !inKy! ? l'D.'aLSAXrazBS.: : : : :: .Notice Is hfieby, given thnt LJ Billings phosphoric acid nitrogen, is
pur bu"er of Tax Cor till onto. No 1WI, cliitetiIke
outing to be returned promptly the Another effect of this treatment is .
with Emulsion 3rd (Inv of Ji. IU01 has died
Scott's ne snld
; uext morning i 1 mercurial Rheumatism the worst and most hopeless form of tills disease. nor '
tlHcntn In mv olllue' and baa made apnlluatton vital successful truck
: that they are worthy ofoccasional Weather conditions determine the There is butone certain, reliable antidote for this destructive poison, and that : for lax deed: to Untie 1 In auuordance, to growing i

I "! terms somewhat, since a wet or foggy is 8. S.. S. It. is ,the only medicine that is able to go into the blood and with luw. Said eerllttoate embraces the

'I, I no t e From d ly will take the curl out of the fufltu cure the disease permanently. S. S. S. does not following VoluaUoounty' described, Florida properly, lowltWK altuated In "Truck Farming," an interesting book dealing with practical .

infancy to old age Scott'sEmulsion ers and make rucurllng/ ''necessary for hide or cover up anything1, but so completely I of neJi of se>i, sea 81, tp IDs, r SOe truck raising and valuable to every truck farmer,' wi'.Jbe. :)
'"Arriot" has to ( extra drives out the poison that no signs of it are ever
which ply an S S S The SHld land
being assessed tliednleoftbelss
""I, offers a, reliable' hilling/ On a bank holiday some shops seen again. S. 3. S. is made entirely of roots, I' arii-e of suoh oertlttonte lu th .sent to farmers on request, free of any cost or obligation.Aiklm .

means of remedying improper runt out several hundred plumes, while herbs and barks, and while curing Contagious, namooi Blllli:. A Brant Unleas snldcerrllloiito ', *. GERMAN KALE, WOBIta.
on other occasions there Is a steady PURELY VEGETABLE. Blood Poison, will drive out the effects ot any shnll he ledeemod aocordlnit to Mew TOJS,_ MaaM* .....e. or AtlcuI On.--.aaj<.... Broad street
.1 ; weak law tux deed \\'lIIlsalle thereon on the Slat
and develop tude with youug women who wish to mineral treatment. We offer a reward of$1,000 dav i,f Peliru try 1IMXI -.-. .
:.. : ment restoring lost fler.h ailoru themselves for' an outing.-London for proof that S. S.: S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book with I Wit lie.. my nulolal. signature and seal
,' Standard., instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice wished furnished thm,, 2lh() diiy of January 1UV6 FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING ,
; and vitality and repairing without charge. SIM'L D. JORDAN.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA
CA. < lerh Circuit Court Volunta (,),>...nty. Fla '
waste. The action of --' _. -. .------ Use Painter's Simon Pitfe Special No. 1.All 1.

Scott's Emulsion r Ms: no Notice of Final Discharge Notice of Administration.Notlie -

" of secret than the Notice Is hereby given that tb" undersigned la hereby given that the under' Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Follow
more a Kxeoutor of the last will and teats ft'1bII' been appointed admlnlBtiutor
: : :
nient of Dr. J. B. Coulter deceased will.on annexed (it the lust will and BOld Cumber
Emulsion
of ,
.. composition the the 2nd day of July, A. 1>. 11X16) ,p csent bis tentament of Eliza :Mannlnff', dpreaaed, and ompapy] ing Tag. .
itself. What it does limit account as such EjtccuUir, together ail' creditors, log- tee and distributee, mid
wltb the vouchers, to tbe Hon J.IAI" Mo.Oorv all persons having olnlina or demand Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot
t nourishment County Judge/ of Voluela County agaluat eald enlatu will present tbe aamx to at DeLand with best
and
it does through cypress yellow pin Florida, at bis oUloe at DeLand Florida. the undersigned wlth '
I the kind of nourishment ai d ask for a.final 1 dlacbnrire' aa such .Exec date or tbe *ine will be forever burred.
: Dated, tbla Deo. 1IXALEXANDER> Lumber
K. D. COULI KU, Flooring Ceiling Mouldings MANUFACTURED BY.
: : that ''cannot be obtained Kxeontor: olfthe laat Will and testament : MANNING, ,
of Dr. J. E. Coulter, deceased. Admlmstra'or wltb tbewlll annexed E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
in ordinary food. Tills 20th day of January, 1000Execntrlces Sbingles i Laths Etc
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un ')
; No is too weak. or der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws JACKSON VILE, FLORIDA. I
system Notice. of Florida. All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick Cement etc., promptly delivered
: delicate to retain'' Scott's Notice Is herebv Riven thnt nil creditors, anowhere In the city. Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals.
legatees distributees. and all personswhomsoever Notice la hereby !given thnt T. W. Hevlnsr-:
\' Emulsion and gather good having' claims or demands aon., pufchaser of Tax Certificate No as "
aiialnnt. tbe estate of the lattt Kdwin P. On- I dnted lib ilny JUMP, A. D. law haa IIleJsllid GUARANTEED ANALYSIS.

'... from it. stood are hereby required to present tbe cerildcnieln" mv d..d office\ and baa made Ammonia, actual anil potontlnl, not lesa than ...... . ..... .2 per oont ,f
{ .. same to the undersigned' within one ;year application, for tax to Inane in accordance Pipe fitting, Tin roofing1 GUI Derived from (Sulphate ol Ammonia.Potaab i
will fr in the dale hereol with law. !Said: certldoate embraces ... ....... . .
We und you a I (K 20)), water soluble not less than .... 16 per cent I
;. umpla fru.BaiuMthntthliplctur..' DeLand, Fla., M ov. 17.1IK the following described property situated T. E. ECCLES tering and spouting- Pumps: Available Phosphoric Acid, nor lens thttn,. . . '.. (0 I por cent I
ADA P. O8GOOI), 10'nll1.111 county Florida, towltt .. . .. .
+ I wells Insoluble Pbnspborlc Acid not Ions than ... .,.. 1 percent
} In Ih.of 8 A UAH M. BFlLEd.Ksecuti All Blo.k4S/ Seville repaired, and tanks madt Moletme at 212! Fahrenheit, not exceeding . .. . .... H per cent i,
......01 .Iobclloo.bottl.of EmuUlon.thn..app.. Ices of the Estate of E. 1'.0.ood of Tbe tbe said 1..11.land nun being of snob: assessed oertjuoate at the in date tbe i to order. Repairing all Cnlorlne.; not exceeding .. ........ .... . .. . .. ... . ...... R
you
vrtrf .
ibis H'oitllUor U mad< Irum ol Ammonia
; ) Sulpbuto Suphale| of I'otaab und
l Notice of Final Discharge certificate name of Seville ahal< b"
.' scon & BOWNE law .ax deed will Issue tuereon on the
Notice Is hereby given tbat tbe under, l' h day of teby, 100(1( Shops next door west of bank Indiana Avenue. t
Chemists Price $40.00 ton F. O. B. Jacksonville
signed Administratrix ol the estiitn f Cy.rus Witness. my otllulal signature and seal .. a Florida
: Waters, doceannl, will, on tbe lOlli diiyol -------- -
409 Pearl SL. N. Y. bla the Idth day of Jany 1D068AM1. Write for Special Cash Discounts
> February, A D 1UOU prraont ber final nco D. JORDAN, ,. | f
i 1111in nun [ jar"-1 -"- "! !RIij. !iUL, -_ 1
i 7 ; afljjU JT !
iinUassucb Admmialratrlx to the UonniublnCountv
'
-
Clerk Circuit Court Voluila ,
5Oc. aD4 $1 u..natsts. CD'nty. Fla E. O. PAINTER
; FERVILIZER COMPANY
Judge of Volusla ounty,
,
Florida, at bis office at DeLand Florida. Via/ Never Disaqpoint Our Patients
all,1| ask for a final discharge. HODQKIN'S JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. i
Ibis August 9th, 100)
.. LOUISE WATERS. *. Fulfill Every Promise and Kevar Hold! Out False Hopas.rfl -
Th. MM With ho Hoe."Wont Administratrix.Notice I Plfl&&'C Strlotar, wttbont the knlf* or bouBl...Mn<1 V..lo..I.v. thank '
); !I. the man with the hoe doing 11.1 UtyfRfc p..la. or detoQilon from bualn..| Oi>'iKluu. Il.ou.l I.o!..... COAST l'l'I
Wagon ATLANTIC
'I In the graveyard?" of Final Discharge. Shop, our a iiovor to rciam, withoi.k mroury or _la.rallD.ur.1| Lo. of Maitlr LINE
VicorV*..lttT, (reared! no .tlnaul.ut but p.rna.n.ot.
: "Nothing much You aee. his lint The undersigned administrators of the TnoDr. Kind. 101..1.. l Oa.l.! an tnatltatlno orgKOlUfflDndBr. 'ba I
( ''state of Alonso L. DuHhnell will, on the I law*of the *tm,. of GourglA' for tba tr...tmi' D* Rod cure of milnarTuuianr1oiroDfodii
friend died a few days acquaintance.ago so lie's tryIng lr.day of February A D 1WXI,, file tbelrucount DeLAND, FLA. ttiutton., ) la theohlof' .Met oonatiltlnff Dr." K. K.poolitllit King.: ',tb belov founder*uiat oftblvlo *l The
to scrape op an Great t Car Line \
,. aa sucb nUminUlrntors w Ith the ./.,t.ffof *mln mt phfslol, .n.antJ furHauitiiOnrsucoo Through From Florida
Cornell Widow. i County Judge of Volusla County, HorldH, ln tb. tr.Mtm..niof ebroulo titrWM to n nrpM- ,
everything; In Wagons, BngRles Carta. both" niArlloftl' and aleotrfoal' netei
: ut blsouueln DeLnnd and ask thai the "gln"aO: :' : kr \ '
manufactured and in ( ) a"<* equipped I wltb 1 Ilia Ri4lvniilo faradto butter'IP
be allowed and amirovedWM etc, repaired
a mo my X l Platan la '
-ray viol'*'t rny nd ray: fnat vvery *]ectrtoal" !
8.1 HAYEK, ihop in the very best workmanship OOnlrl.IIDOtI".o..a.o Ib..dla.1 l pr"foialon.' Our.aoltArlumlmodorn ,. CONNECTIONS
CASTOR AUGUSTA 0. BUSHStLL.!: known. Only flrst-claaa men employed In every r.fpf>ot, .od we empii' 'i none but the be.ttr&lund :

l IA, Administrators and first-claaa work tamed ont. I have lloonied and pbyaaUn efBulcnt| attendant b.lntf In*ohnr,r ntilarlqualified.e.We '. gradntMland t East }1 THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE via ChaileHon. H [
:
,/ :For Infant tod: ; Children. .This July 21st 1003 ntey added to my plant a employ.... 0.0.DO Btlolttadlog I>.''>or unasked mctt.M I..r to Itfar-ntura..en... patient itrB.nt! and ont the J inomi and Washington. :

Notice of Html VI cbarge. :.t. KtrooftKft I tut Ion. Our trm. for tratmnt .Tempo f roati t&00
The Kind You Have Always Bought o ,. to91000 por moDth(...0II101".I.aI00.d.4..KIT.tb CMnr* To The LouisviHe & Nuah villa via,
J Notice hereby given tbat tba underlined .I', .,,'to .DCO of a oure wlthla. .peolfied tlroa. I /: Montffoineiy.

Bear th. /71' ,; Exeiutrloes of Frances of Ibe A W.laat bhlnier Will wll andeatainent MYBESTRErtRErlCCIS.flkWJAl CHRONIC DlSEASESt neotlr' 'oura' ,lt cbrunto dfa f::Meiucb The W.est }f The Mobile & Ohio R. K. via Moutgomeiy. t
.. '
Kidney nU Bladder trouble., Rbaunmlliin.
J BI "'lU'eo't. nn thelDtb day or' Marih *. D. )Uu6 preaent 1 : 1Ir.r'D:, 1/i.lH": Kuptare, llrdroceltf. Drain*. J OIIIA*, .to'. ..d.n f rlvatUUcMei. "
heir final account aa such Executrioesogetber .. ... CUBED. -tIiJ Tuinors And mullirttAnt' tronbUi, tbeNo Via Savannah nud Ocean Steamship! Company for New. !
! wltb the vouchers to the Hon. J, ., Tbroat, IlnnrJ an4 lIaak\ta of Eye rng'Bar. East York Philadelphia and BoHton -
N. K. KtNa M a Chronic 1)1.*>nii..s off W..m. iiuob .. r
t... I'> x-e MiCrory, Countv: Judge of VnlualaJounty OM... INSUbtlMODBsKIHG ..?._.?,.... UDa.,. laobnrn, ... and iuob ...ru.110..01..0.DlBplftcametifc...... The 1 Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y,, Wash Baltmiurn. '
Ji'lorlda. at bla oulie at DeLand, Vir lu-dkF reffBrflinffyi ar c> nrt tloo If you r sfck or amiotad On reqaa.it wMD'I Via Savannah and Merchants & :Miners Tranhixj'.
rlorld, and ask lor a final discharge aauch te you our)ii rsatur#,tDtlualcff I I jrmptom. blanks fur lit :m treatratuc.ION. ration
, - ur, oT. MARK. Cxocutrloea. ON... .., KXAMINATIOV AND ADVICE FREE Via Steamship.To Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.T It. \

WINOMA 8. KAWYHB, ,.. ICSl CO. :rlt tiiMLu'.S:\ ? fitlanla Ca. KEY WEST
j Tk.x M.r. Titkon From the Holy; JKHHIK HALL MILKS, and |l vu PENINSULA AND
Lon to Vcnla In 11UO. IstBKLLB U. HAZZKN. HAVANA. f)f OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. .
4i Exeoutrlcea of the last Will and ,
, Two niemotuble' "KrnnUo" columns 1'eslanient I
.'1 knovu n... the coluuing of St.: Maik, or rranots' A. W. ttblmer deceased nterormngeablemileage tickets ioo.l over l'(,000 tullosof the pilncinal railway !

; brought from thu Holy l.nuj In Ujn:: Ibis. Augus 81,1008 the. Soathern States are on sale by the principal agents

and Htnu,1:HUT lu front of Uu. quay itud HEAll' :! J1VY!! "H" Fullmnii' Sleeper. I'mt "uiia| in New Voii., vln Alliin'In Knsl: ?. ,
\\f', landing steps of the Pluz/etu: : hnrebeen Citation for Administration : ''intuete information call on E L. Fdwe Ticket aicent or addresi, I
Du.aii.la. O. BOYI.>:* r iM. Hint I'sss. Ai<''"'. W. L). 'MTAKK. 11'nv liuif ] ?, .
'I' I imxuflnted with the fartuaea. of In the County Court. Volusla f'ountFlorida. \ The great Iron and touto pill and restorative tor men and women, produce' 1:111: Want Bal8.ruet, Aetor Uiiildln; .'laeksonvil, e, Florldn. ? I I

Venice fur many yours. touiit*... By tbs t'ounty Judge of said strenirth and vltalltr. builds up tlia syai. m and renews tbe normal vl l :or!, H.M.I.MJlH'N. W.J. tB.\ HUenuralTKtflo !
At first they luy jiroKtruttt for a long Wheieus. C. L. i-mlth has applied' tblt.I aTWMinr brinnlnirhenlth and RPPlnc... >iiosestnabox. ForaolebyalldruKirlstH\ Mnnn>ter. r-Hsnennei 'Irulllo Munngfer. .. W
time, while uo ono would undertiike I'nun for Letters nl Admit.,latrailon, on the: IFTFRII INR. orwewlllmnlllr.socurelyvrapnod: on receipt of price Si.oo perbnxl WilmdiKton. North Onrnllna. .. ;
COLD TIRh SETTER o boxes for 'S.OO. l>r. Motf Chemical Co., ClevelandOhio/ .
,! ; to raise them. But H reward offuied Estate: of Mattie Baker, deceased! late ol -

.jjl\ by the doge at length Induced ono mid o'te'County and admonlau of Voluaia all. These ami are alrxular ihcrelorelo : tin Can set yonr Tires without taking For Sale at the Lumley & Osteen Phramacy. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works :

t. KIcoo| Barratlero (N'lck' the Blackleg) kind.ed and creditors of saiddeueaaed, to bfa wheels from vehicle. We take ont no

to offer hi* services. He succeeded "d appear b.f"retbl.Court. ,nn r>r lI< They "
and claimed as hlx reward the privilege :20lh day <,il January A. D. liXHl, and file ob with a hot tire. Come and see it work PENNYROYAL. PILLS ness and J. T. CAIRNS, Hropr.' and Manager. f
i"ctlona If auv. tbt>y bave, to the gianllng and will never have. Tires set r irregularity
of carrying on between the columns yon yonr omissions increase
I.! t'ers aa aforesaid otherwise the will vigor
same DRESSE D
games of ohnnco elnewhure prohibited tu) uranted as prayed. -. lot again. = and banish "palua
by law, To neutralize this as much us Witness my name as County Judge. of tbe Thanking yon for yonr patronage In .of. menstruation." They are LIFE SAVHItS to girls at LUM"BE R''
possible It was macted that all public! <0'ioiy aforesaid,this 14th day of I I'eoember the past ana hoping a continuance In I: .womanhood aidtno development; of organs and body. No AND ROUGH
1906. ,he fntnre, I remain !, known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm-Ufa .
zecatlous should take plnce on the J. LEG WcCROBY : becomes a pitasnre. $ I.UO IMSIl UOX Ceiling
Yonrs to serve, :I UY MAIIi. Sold Flooring Sldlnff Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window anu I
aam. spot. County Judge. SCOTT HODQKINS. hv UniSSlsts. DE. ilOl"i CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland,Ohio Door Frames Poet*, Balusters Mantels, Turned Torch Columns etc
One column! Is surmounted by the For Sale hv J M. LUMLEY. Sueddlnir for Groves and Pineries vjr Crate* and Box Material a spec'lalt;

Lion of St Mark. The other en riles Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under -.1 Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.

a fluo. figure of 'St. Theodoie. the patron Section 8 of Chapter 4S88! Laws Citation Notice. DELAND
saint of the city, nho; Htnncla upon of Florida FLORIDA. :
In County Court. Volu.ln OUIH.T, Florida I '
a crocodile nn. 1 wlLh sworit mid buckler ( "Notice la hereby given. 'tint Mrs FA Lynch) ty Ihe County Judge nfsnld County.V .........,..
|fUe (t, in tbnt tIot.o: : of \ mi' ptiruhaaer of Tax CurtlKunte No" 847. d..lell \ neorica f. I'olby bus applied tothlit I
Ice Is "DefviMO. Hoi Pellimco."-Lon tUb) d.>' of June, 18V I. bas tiled ...Id oertltl- Cnurt for I et.ers of Admiulatritilon: nn Subdivision of Block
don Telegraph\ _- ate in my ofiloe, and baa. madu application the bsintu. of Hinim A. Ilubbnrd InceaBed!, 120 of the ,
for. tax d-ed ti> laaue In aouordanoe, wltbaw hlle fit mild V. unty of Volu."". 'Iheseare I
I.. Slid. certiorate embraoea the f'l- therefore. tn rite ai d admonlab Mil sndalnvulur City of DeLand Volusia
lowing di'aerllied' \ prouerty situated In Voluslu the \klndrvd a<'d creditor of said County, Florida.
county, Fla, to wll I i deceased. to bu. and oppo'ir' Ix.fn, 'e tb's :
Insure with us.. ,Lot Irtv' Blk 12, Beardaley DeLcon Springs t.'OIl't. on or bifnre tbn Kitbdny of January.A South of the i Railway ,

Tbe ."Idl..nd being assessed at tbe date D. 1UOU, snd Dleobjeotliins, If any they
Mow Is the time T. L. 3STEEN
hAv. Iflttera aforeaald.otbeiwiae Owner.
of tbe iaauanoe of aunli crrtlttcate Inthename to the urantlng as :
of Mra. Une! the same will be granted as 40
cash for los.es.U Undirey. s said oerItduate '
Spot pnivedWitnea 28th Nov., ; r
shall be redeemed according to law 1905
lax need will issue thereon on the 24th day my name as County Judve of ,.
should d.
oe protect Jannary. 1UOI1Witneaa .- the < ounty aforeaaid, this 4lh day of De- ALFRED HOWARD, Surveyor. I,
D Insured? ',1..>Ji my official signature and seal I oember. l O -
you this tbs 23rd day of December, 100\ ['U"I] J.LEEMoCROBV.County ... Scale r'-. lOO' ,
'tAM'}. D. JORDAN Judge. '
reliable.. ,
pjvery company ...
Olurk <1reult Court Volnsla County Fla I
By Be*, FISH, DO. lit I I IF
When does Tour policy expire?, = l lID

Notice ot Application for Tax Deed ... f
|sour. policy.in force? Und r Section 8 of Chapter 4488, ... '.'. ;; i

''Telephone! number sixteen.INSUBANCE .: Laws of Florida. John J B. Stetson University t ,
Mm(cell hereby given that Tbaycr A Haul :g ...
HON AGENCY purcbas-ra Tax Certlnoate Nn. 63S, dated @ ... ...
.. r tha Jnd day of June. A D, 1901. bas nleaalj .. .. 1:1 +- ctI /'
at' certificate In my otHce. and bas mad. DeLand Florida. ..... ,,
.'.' |U.will Bnd us application (or tax deed to Isaus In accord ",' "" '
.
anos wlin- law. Said' certlfioate embr cea "j" 11
and DeLandwurnwwd. :Ii!
s.eUo tbe following described situated 'I
property! N CI >
in Voluaia county, Florida.., towlcLo AFFLIIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO. L .. .. ... 10 \.

( 4, sao B, tp IDs, range Slej 01 acres' COLLEGE OV LIBERAL!: ARr:5-Thaet"n.Jard..are: tboae ol the University ', ID'!: ', ... "".,

D;Wllllaina''i.i4I.'Pli; The said land being( aaseasrd at tbe date of t'bloago. Stetson's graduates' receive tbelr degrees from both Stetson. ..adCblo.JrO. 2411+ en.. ', {
0'0" will of the laauanoe ol sucb certificate In name 1 t
'E'S '" oura Blind. .
Hla.III..." and Itching W H Donald, Adniiatrator. Unless said 1
[ COLLEGE OP LA Graduates of this College are admitted to practice .'
'I" ": absorbs tha' tumors.tbe .i rtlnuato ataall be redeemed according to .
.
-R' aa: \Itobina at once,aotaa law, tax deed will Issue therenn on the 24todav law In Florida without examination. ... i! ..:.. ... ..
.
poultice, Klvaa In.tank nDr. COLLEGE: OV TECHMOLOUY ub"nlo.", Civil Electrical Englneer'n. of A. D. 1UOH 0
January, -i' : :
tI.L 1"ndl.nPII.Oln.- and Mannal Training oourses. leading to delereoa.FIne new building, ooatlyequipment
(. aant topraparad for PI lea and I wbI Witness. my oinolal signature and seal .
'I. I L :* < '*? ry..b': .Im. ,this. tbs,,ZOid-. day, of December A. U. l00 COLLEOU OF! BUSINESS! tank'ng' In all Its brmohes. Book-keeping by 2411 'Jl610 + (
; .. M wot B.dru..I.1III* and l(I.no.brtt.llon WILLI'"r SAH'L D. JOBDAV, best methods. Blenttve: courses open In other departments. Large faculty and \ 110 110 110 110 w
\ ,
SKf Clerk Circuit Conrt Voluaia C< unty, Fla.By .
MilUMia CO.. rropa-, Oln.1&atI,7'I commodious bulldlnirPKKPAKVTOBir .
.' J : .. ,'. Ben Flab. D U *.fAI) nMT;:/ -QraduaUa prepared to enter Harvard i ". f g ; ,j
Yale Princeton, Cornell Mlnhliran,Chicago aa.1 i all lint olass colleges. ,
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under NORMAL A.NU PRACTICE aCHOuL-1. Kindergarten: In Its own build 0" t
3. !l-rlmarv and Grammar School In Tbls sonool especially
Ing. separata building.
60 YBARf Section 8 of Chanter 48Stt Laws
Public School '
leacnars.MUdlU 8
prepare 6 7. 9 10 r
KXPKItlENCBCOLUtvi rot Florida SCHOOL 110 000.00 pip organ a dose pianos, separata buildIng > .
I rlotlee Is herebv ;jlven Ibat Owens A I Ittie. larire faculty' thorough o >urses of study. < ,I ,
; ; i
I" ..
,
.
.- pnrabaser of tar oertlfioate No A 071; ART SCHOOL Newatndio. Costly' oasts models eto.Dlotson 00
daunt the Snd d..yJune.lB>))2, baa Hied said bas a faoulty of it profesanrs and Instructors.. Tbey bol I dagrees. I g. .
I \,erilttoite ID my ofliue, and .lia. made ap >llcatlon from the (UnlversitT Chicago, Harvard. Yale. Dartranutb.. Columbia. Unlver.sltv .. ,, I e I 8
for tax dead to Isaua ID aooorrla KM. of Pannaylvanla, Bryn Mawr. Buoknxll. ITnlv rslty ot Michigan, Dennlaon.and I
Itb law. Maid eartlfloate embraces the >1> otbar Universities. There are over fXW.O) O.00 In bulldlnxa\ and equipment
lowing dveribiMi property altoaied. In V 61uron nearly. a quarter million dollar end >wmuntan endowed library of over U*,DUO RO 80 RO PO 110 liT' 111+
with ooatlr f"rul.hln..lnollllInlt atslned glass ..
ala oouniy, Florida, inwlti volumes a Mautllul ubanel 40 .
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