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 Material Information
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: February 17, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00112
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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? ffl Will Practice In State and Federal great ;
I Stetson University.A IS i tTit 7'lltt;
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'. i DLYi'i'; : for Infants. and ;Children.. bled from their and all 'of dependable::
!* SlB3w&ftAVroRNEYs; ,.:-' ''''''' II ,MMPMMMMM. pedastals this xmer t
cheap College Is of little account :
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The Kind You'llavo :Always Bought has borne the Hlg-na- .
: -AT-LAW.., j t.( tare of Chns. II. Fletcher, and ball been mode iimler his One hundred thousand dollars wont

.<'. ; '' ',,I"'J"Bank'. (.....1> Bnnldtteg i4'i DlttANI1.I." ,.\, personal supervision for, over 30 years. Allow no one make a College. To go to a school be. chandise and fashionable apparel will be sacri cedflwitb.'aout
f.SU1W *** andJiistastfooil" cause it is cheap la bad polic. Cheap
to ',;deceived: 'sou In till*. Counterfeits, Imitations
v'r BroryerPoatofflceDAY'A'ONAe : are but Experiments, and endanger the11caltll' goods usually are shoddy The best Is .. : ii\ ; !W

,u Caiy*.i'.' JJt-Landls l > --! 'Bert Fish o( Children-Experience against Experiment. the toast expensive In the end, but Is witholding any of it. .. y), If'\'' -> '" *;i
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1.ATTORNEYS. and COTTNSELORS-. costs money. Some one hag to pay for Don't hesitate. Don't falter. Come before it is too late.
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Will State'.and Federal. ; 4 to any one The biggest Universities :; ::4
PracJlce.l, '; -t s' ". .' charge the biggest fees and then give it AMERICAN SALVAGE (CO: LPANY. ..,. 'J *,[<*

Spectal facilities for examtnftag and .TH : all back In better teaching futilities, .. j'' m's: IIi'" .i.1,4ttlaaj i .':.fA

'. perfecting. l nd.tltlea, ._._,. .. ',l buildings, etc. At McElroy's Old' Stand, 412, 414 Boulevard. .

J 'L. AlcCRORY, .. 'In Use For Over 30 Years: That is the College for the poor boy.If I I. -. .J t a'; ..... > iii, ..

reroe"+.us ......" .. ''xu..r e..eer xrw r... ear he Is to struggle at all, he would >* .. : 14 'w
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fmproyed.Tralu Servloe Via Atlantic POINTED 'P/>,RAGRAPHYh'n chance there also to find some way to
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,. help himself. The opportunities are : .' F'1: ) '
S. B. WrlgM, Jr. Count Line. \ yon lire In a hurry for a tnlng. thick after the boy has been there Franchises are not given them They loss and damage and other expenses At U. Alleys United. Minstrel Show.
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play for the love of the the accounted for ) ( interest
bow Blow' It lr and, awhile and proved bjuiself. People Mr: Atthle! BoyerJ'-getorai'4gerjt of
& WRIGHT, The Atlantic Const Line its connections
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WRIGHT school not for Some of them the debts of the railroads their
An excuse Dover accomplishes all It money. : boyds '
are now opnratingsolid, through trust boys who are trustworthy and the- ,above, attraction calledat the
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. t/Hlrm from Jacksonville to Atlanta via Is expected 1 to accomplish who are intelligent capable and at- could make money in professional sport In other words, amounted to |:278OOO-! / () ),- Record plllce last Saturday aid-rdports

NOTARIES PUBLIC WK>cros8, Tifton mid Macon with If )'ou. what people to like! you don't entire but they are here for study. 000. The surplus left over at the
to
through coaches to Nashville\ and Pullman know au'jtUlUH/ "on" them. duty. In the town of DeLand there are year's end wan $46,300,000.This left business through; ,yiorlda! es:}!IJeDt.

Office at Telegraph Office Buffet Sleeping Cars to St Louis Ever:. notice tliU? It one thing goes There are a large number of poor opportunities.. .also to work for part of to be paid out in dividends to the The patrogai4haelocreasedoverfhatof '
DELAND FLOJUDA.I and Chicago buys at Stetson who are working their three agb from IS to 25 '"'
; .. year per
tight with )'ou'80methh'll. else goes the cost of an education. It might be stockholders only $100,000,001), or 8.74 :
Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic way in part through College. They cent. Showing conclusively'thatthe.; .
wrong. well to state that nobody wants of the and
: a cent yearly earnings,
E'A L.EXANQE 'i i J : ". Coanr! Line, dally' at 0-00 P' M. and Every one owes something: to hlmeelfexccI are doing it in many ways Only poor per peoole of-trie southland: appreciate
smoker
I around. No Less
cigarette wants 2.7 stock.
cent the
one capital
.. rived Tifton 1:2.: A M, ..Macon. :4:40A' >t the father lie owes It all to his boys are given( the chance. It is betterto per on honest efforts to entertain. s The management -
I..a.rr1FroritlY:; :n'Tw; :- M.-AU"'ht, t:50'"5*. Af \t,;hnttanoogal:11. those careless service. The boys who work than three per cent Is not a biff return
family. help who nerd the help than of Allan's Minstres] bav. always -
.. ...... : P M4. ..ohvl1lt16aa: P l\1. Evens I today and want a picnic to-morrow on any business and keep in mind
.- -- When see two people who dislike hose who do not need it, or who have striven to their pptroRRthe
M you give !
Block. ville 1 :25 A I. St Louis 7:08!! A M when they are needed. are not going to these dividends don't only Into '
Office \in Brush '-. ... .and Chicago tf:HO A>M.. .MAM*. you whispering together, doesn't it give helpers. ItO v.ry' best 'In the tanju einent line;and.
Wfw.t DeLand; Florida: hold job Merchants want clerks who the pockets of the big railroad men.: '
Practice in State and Federal Good" connections are mule at Jack-<: you a dnuyi feeling? One boy came to Stetson as an expert how well they have eucceeded w shown.
VVlll will come and stay, stay through the Railroad stock Is owned by algoed, .
-Goutsr 4', sOllvllle 'fa'ow Mil Florida points, thus About the easiest thing In the world telegrapher. He proved his skill He from th'e fact' that their' nuslnew">hasi
r I' I affording the nwlchenB' and most con that we know anything about Is to find wile given a chance to use his skill and appointed time, and not be always ask many thousand people all over the been steadily on ,tha .inareaee: during' .
O. A. DA IS"'J vxntent'service 'from this territory, to. the bi'Ight side for somebody else. ing for privileges. country-ordinary people like thereat
; -jIt. .. the West .< is earning enough, all told to nearly. If I the pant sevenyears...
They eVe4k of It as "life fitful fooi Some students constantly wanting of us, not rich sometimes depending,
= not quite bis counting his I iMr., A, G. 'Allen,, h J> novotid the
pay way [
information ticketagent I
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON For further nee \ '," but, moat ,,of us have, Much hairlalHlnj off to go to a game or to attend a class on thr return from their railroad
"Consult the Folder vacation earnings( In too. best of his life lu an l\ueJepiW' to
or, Purple ,,year \
DELANO FLORIDA. expeilences\ that It Is more like picnic It stands to reason that a boy loldlrigs for a llvlnpf Anything that
Office at residence Indiana avenue, chlllaAtchlMon. Another boy entered the School ofJchanio make his minatreletheIargetfRndbest'and ; \ ; ;
'' cant work and play at the same time hurts the earning power of the rall-
Court House. Const Line Railroad Arts and after spending from the notes of
Atlantic Companyto a year many press
Office Hours: 9. to 12.. 2 to 4, and '7, to 8. Gn. A lout Boulc. ; in the shops became such a good( woodworker many pay the leading piipera i'lI.ll.over theCoun: -
Augnstii things If an edncatlon is v orth having, dividends will\ hurt these people a
Among the SjruulU\ of Africa there Is that he was gladly employed all try we are led to believ4 be'has succeeded -
,%RS.. VID4. .Z. BAERECKE, ,1!. D. The only tbroulb -PlIlIman car to a legend that when God first made summer by one of the builders of De- it is worth the self denial and the struggle great deal worse than the big capita- admirably) *,.The company
to attain U
Angnsta CJa, leaves Jacksonville 805: necessary lists the rate regulators] are gunning
them n men and a woman, he wrote
via Atlantic CoeMe'1.1I1e. Land at the wages of a skilled work o travelu Jn.their,own.private cars and
A'fl! daily down\ lu book the law they were to for with so much fuss. j
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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. and arrives at Augusta sat 3:43P: M. man. That boy has a trade He can carry their.own; ,hand and orchestra. A .
'. affording daylight. service between the follow. They were promised that this as use it to advantage. any time that his Where Railroad Earnings Go. 1 free! street<<:; ,parade->4\ band,.concert
long ns they carefully preserved Walden Is Coming.
Office on East New York Avenue two points Dining Car between Jack. funds run low for carpenters" are is demand I takes place on day of Bhow. )in cities
DELAND. FLORIDA. hoiixille and Yarnaasee for breakfast and book the;, should' continue great and Where do railroad earnings go? We A very Interesting* and amusing
]ouch 1'on'PI'ful, but If they lost it their great- at good wagen hear a great deal now-a-daya about here where satisfactory 'arranHemeate.canbe :

PJR. A. S. MUNSON, Evening trains from all South Florida Box would( deport from them One day One or more of the Stetson students how much they amount to each year. entertainment will be given made the company play In the

IlOlntA -IuBke. direct connection at Jack the boIC wat cnrelcisly l loft lying out- have attained such excellence in their To judge by what some people say March 12th when Walden will give a leading theatre but they' are preparedfor

} HOMEOPATHtcVlIYSICIAN sonville .affording( the quickest and best Hide a tent where a bullo,'U found and studies that they have been employed by about It. all this Into the performance of conjuring; elelght-of-. Just such emergences and bare
.': ..MM' -. i -" __i*. .. !u.- service between Florida and Angnnta dnl''lIl'ell It. From that fatal day their the Faculty to do a small amount of pockets of the directors money ,goes while really land and tricks of magic. i, bent eQulpD df>pr able theatre. 1Am,

a Office Second Door South pf Fisher's:: : For further information. see- Tick decmleiK'e set In, and to tho )present teaching It is a big lift, paying tuition He has mastered the art to'a erica, tlnif 9fJ"l1y" arranged
..-.r--_.-. ." :Ageut. or write '- "" time whenever tin ox dips of disease or the money that a road earns In a state wonderful degree of confuting .onlll ; ,
amusing
Drug Store charges or part of the board bill and scenery,drops wing, pfqcenlum, FRANK 3)to6 ,IB killed his entrails are rellxlouxly ex. goes
OFFICE HOURS to J 12.a.ni ; ) and mystifying, and his audiences
calclum"efTectB
Dlstflct PasVenger", Agent taking but little time. The time is well la fact efry-
-' labor dividends We hear about
---a d 1 to 8 p. m. amine I to see If any trace of the boot or feel satisfied with
i DeLand.. .. T -. Florida.! j ., -Jncksonvl He, Fla .curt be Couul. If found thc bellcye spent too in this line of woru for it calls the hundreds of millions of dollars the Invariably highly I thing pertaining: to a drei-case'cosmo-

.. .: ,; "" .1. _; ,.. H. M. Emerson General Traffic Mgr they should recover their lout power.ArplnriiB. for review of past studies railroads take In and never stop to bill cleverly executed performance politan theatre, ?thus giving you 'performance .
W: J.-Craig; Passenger Truffle Mgr: He grows roses In so short a time '
Several of such would
the boys wait on the tables] think what becomes of it all. Of as you pay'from50c

[)R. JOHN UEEVEj .1 'FIVE SUPERB: "T'iiADllLv.. the Giant Ban. In the dining hall during the rush at course It docan't all stick to the pockets that gardners view him with an enrloug to 1.00 In any City td see, ,al}

t ll'cip, nu other suns lu npnco that meal times. The best boys are used for of the railway They eye makes and nerves coffee in so Owing to the.immense seatlng.capacity -
owners. short time that housewives wonder! 0
1 r1J PHYSICIAN I Y' -AND- 'SURGEON, Three to the Bant t and Two to the West lire Inllnltply lui-nt-f that the one which this kind of help (for it demands skill, really get only a small part. Most oft be makes a candy so deftly on the spot. of this absolutely teT- rpof

I'1 Office In 'stori! recently oc uplecl'bJl via Atlantic oust Line. Ifl"iux heat light amid life The stir >oliteness and regularity.! These boys goes straight back to the community hat the sweet-tooth Is satisfied. : i canvas theatre, the !management na
AutumnliUh Is known to be a sun
.... j' Dr. Mellette. Residence 4 West New York and Florida Special leaves of leII.5P0.'CO are well paid and they do their work partly an wages and partly to In the days of witchcraft such as decided. to play for Sue price only, viz:
Li BO ex. Sunday ton / .IIYMtem pluupts. "
Jacksonville : dally ; .II nuwrty
pm Walden would have had. their lives in'
for
New York Ave.DeLand. well. They stand high in their classes 25 cent children" 85 cents for
Limited for material and nettled
Indiana removed
from
and West tltnea'farther supplies
., Florida. : Florida < ( nay all
leaves Jacksonville 8:AS am daily; New us th:in U our solar lumlnnrj- Ills .ill- and win distinction among their. fellow by the railroads. jeopardy at time are I. adults. Don't.forget the date; Saf or.

1 .. York Express leaves Jacksonville'8:05 nine tcr Is 71.ooo.000 and his circumference students in various ways. Labor costs a railroad more than Many Waldcn's amusing Incidents relatedof I day,., February 17th, at ,NeEidor':
performances
t : H', D.. BRACEY, am leaves daily.lacksonvtlte9:81)sindaily; Chicago and, Florida ,Limited; Dixie limit 22 .OOO.OO() miles. Our eau Seven or eight boys are in the employof anything else. Take year before laat unsuspecting friends while enjoying Boulevard and"Indiana,! Ave,,, tiller

DR Flyei Ionian Jacksonville !):00 ;pm daily Is but ::'Ult.OOQ miles In diameter a fact the University as janitors The work The railroads that year earned all octal visits Walden will give a parormance canvas. ,+ ,. : I.
Through sleeping car to New York, 'lIlh l |furores that Arctiiiiix Is at least falls' chiefly on Saturdays. It la light together $1,000,000,000(() ) But they paid at the High School Audi 0 .

I DENTIST. ,. Chicago and St. Lottlaj also uey sleeping C."l;: .O.'O:' times greater: In bulk than isout during the early. part of the week It out $175,000,000, just 40.8 per cent of torlum on March 12th.' t ,
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I A Q r 1 A" \ service Angustn; ; On. leaving. "sitfU iUiy.V: Office eecond McLaurlne Block. car ; .otUoll never takes time during school hours it, In wages. Fuel for locomotives Wante'd.'j
story Jacksonville at 8:85 -aHFor! Pullman :Methodist Episcopal thnreli: Soots. _
-' efJtn.1b'lorldaVQLUUA :: -" reservations ana full information" write A '\Vond Mln It is necessary that these bola have an cost $1,1100,000: ; taxes' took 37,8")0,'
FRANK C BOYLSTON that eye to cleanl mesa and to order. 000 more. New locomotives, freight Regular services every Sabbath::! at 11a White woman to assist in bott.e work
One 01 the most curious mines are
Jacksonvlller.Fla m and 7 80 p m., Sunday school at 10 and cooking for old tx>nplet Only two
.....ndB' \District'"V::Passenger......* -?*** Agent* :* worked! Is In Tonnuln. "China where Inn Several students serve the University cars, and passenger cars, and repairs. u in; Junior Kpworth' League U pinSen; in family Work lights:pleasant home.
!: COUNTY..ABST1U.C' s.II,1. oiuiuUon at a depth of from In the rapacity of assistants in the to old ones, coat 115,000,000.. ifD-.OO:! for Epworth League ft 80 p m; mid-week Address, ,j, ,dt"! = .tart:
:, CO. yotirtecn( to" twenty feet there Is a del library, the laboratories the offices. 0 OOO went luto the track: tor bridges, irnyeruieetlng Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A .piTPpTTILLO.Oeteen, .

}t Fish, Gary D. IsSec'y For Sale. >o=ilt of the stems of trees. The Clifuosp '- Loafers need not apply. Diligence is rails ties and ballast Buildings cost cordial invitation is extended to all ? :Fla.
: these s rv Ices. | .' ", I ... .
for the timber, ;
work thin' .Y
i President and Tread. An old bearing. orange grove 80 acres mine! required. Courtesy in at a premium. $10,0(10,000()( ; train and station supplies
pf)Jand. about 20 in grove: budded to ,.\iblcb Is found. lit good' coiulltlou and( 1susej Some knowledge. of the work is necessary. and shop tools, .10.000.000 The rent ""I" VJ

perfected tlii beat :varieties such as Enterprise In milking troughs and for carving One knows books another knows of hlred.tracktt. yards, buildings, care :
: /:'! Seedless ''Starlfe's' Favorite, China mid other purposes .
p phed. I f f '- _.. grapefruit and ,aNterlnsM. Figs inul- enough of chemicals not to blow his and other property and equipment Street Fair ; and7CarnivalSee

1 Opposite .itld.I.' \ berry. peaih, pear rued plumb trees. ;, Do It AVell. head off another knows the town well. amounted to $44!!OO,000. Permanent I

DaLAND, *,'A.. -4 Mt1atYFL0aIID N. House of 10 rooms and barn i mile "* Doing things as well as they can be One or two boys have been good book. Improvements called for $11,1150,000. ... .....
g .- ..,. east of Stetson University, i mile from "clone U not only the quickest way to teepers, trained at the Stetson Business These expenses, amounting in all to "I'"
REAL OF Aiinatio' Club grounds. One of the 'advl1l1ct'meut. but It bay u very great College. They have found ) than two thirds of the "
((5ITY ESfiA'fE'OFFICE' olcU>80.,moot desirable and best paying. regular $1,21)7,000, more Moonshiners at' We Carnival-' ijetstQC( fold
arovea around DeLand. Apply to Influence upon one's character and self employment in the office. Thin work whole Income of the railroads, were and I

i E. H.HAYWARD, ,J MRS, II M. AUSTIN.OverWork ienpeit.\ If for self no other: motive we than should to pays well. Another rings the bell' necessary to keep the roads In first- Kentucky.. The great ''train i robbery."--Rube ...:.

Agency t4 of of the America-The-leading,-- Fire' Aetna.Insurance .Weakens- 7- -j', r. habit maintain never of allow half our doing ourselrp thlnl respect(to.Success.get:! Into a Another books to keeps the students the book This store is a and positionof ells class among shape people and .it or was industries all distributed selling Mandy. A trip to Coney' Island .'" 'l Fit=: ;' p.d'FlthrrYes.;:' : : .:'

Company'A City property:a Specialty.Tjfo .- I" trust. It calls for the handling of labor or material to the roads. The I Impossible Voyage. Bold .,Bank r o'btery.iii;\Sec eo :pstein's -.
Your
808-:Boulevard,'DeLand! Fli Kidneys Sonic Time A(to. funds for ability to keep accounts, but money went partly Into the pocketsof '

... ., pItnpure BloodL Studious Boy-rather! ,
1 ,. 1 .:<. .. ,.', .' ,) I. r.. UnpenlthPIduey. study nrltlimutle? Patber, (Indignantly one'e strength partly to the makers of rails, cars, Shows. TaKe' your wife sister or'sWeethe'artfttt.the': ; ) !! ;.

j V .VOORHIS. All the blood In your body passes through )-Of course I studied arithmetic. There are no boys Stetson receivingone engines and tools, the bridge builders, .

your. kidneys. once. everylhrelS minutes. I Ij : .Studious; Boy-Well I can't find the penny in any way shape or form for the building constructors and .the :.
I Dentist I : I. -, cn> ] M ThIS kidneys aT''"-your i cube root of- Father (lta..tUyl-U's) athletics. There are no rebates allowed\ workman hired by all these. Four. S.WISS. BELL RINGERS
h. bloo4purllersheyllfter ( o a long. ivbilo slnce I studied It
l ,. } them. No direct or indirect, methods( teen millions more went In paymentfor
BlocrctDe1nd I out the waste or e 1 t'tami eta i.faDon'tfail
Gross : .JfJa.. i :
Impurities in the Wood .teeptna It. employed\ to. bring them or keep them injuries to persons and property.

5Hoars: 8.00 to 13 and 1.80 to ". t It Ibey,are sick or out :w; "JVIUle;''' saId, his mother, "are you here:' Outsiders do not support them Advertising printing law expenses. to .see ,, the Armstrong"FamilyTheatrenforLadies '
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> 'l" *, y.A .' .: ft orjlei they (fall to do' malting the baby cry?" \foctMn't th f '
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1'.1 N r .r 1 heir work. Childrerlr. : e Co4ftt .:l'BJjIer j! 1.
. A l-t' Pains.achesandrheurmattsm .; "N'tu i",replied the hoy, "I'm holdla'iny J. .
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.cared. ppmJ\jln: \ Mapr.eu.t. heart beallt.< -.nd'j rpmk j' -UIIB ieet-aS"'thottctt oITeYarBarg rniirlcthe'ilI;; w'fiJltprQp6Ii'ty. 'A".a y. 'G' A''L }E'N.r 'jS' I Fi'r\l 'ED''
celi'edW! ihey had heart tfouSf*. because the heart I .
of Lumley' Drugstore.: Olfl In If ,. aa'._th-fundi to a better. .. a ..... ; I t ( "t
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f COUNTY RECORD The U. S. Senate is put in the ALLOVERTHECOUNTY singer, who DM aided so much In oar OTHER LoCAL NEWS.Brill I

embarrasing position of not be- entertainments post winters. I' & MILLER

I IT.I ing able to satisfy both Arizonaand TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Mr John Hntson, who has had a room Las Just received some New "DeLand" WATTS ,
with Dr Robinson since tbe last of "Orange City" and John B.Steteon" .
I : Entered !. MM KM..oflto at IHUsad. FU. Ney Mexico matter whatit ,
I j ..MOMtd elaa mMtat., no THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS October, has gone to Savannah where Fabric Writing. Paper, at 85o

does with the statehood bill. CORRESPONDENTS. be has a fine position. Mr Hntson la the box quantity. 9P-HARDWARE FURNITURE J.

not orly a good stenographer but a fine i j Various kinds of musical. Instruments Pf ,
).. rBKTArr, Editor toprleUr. The I I .' ,
impossibility of making Pierson. musician.Mr at Eriokson's; also pianos organs, talkIng : *

others think the same as we do and Mrs McFurlln and daughter machines and the best sewing machines UNDERTAKING

i: Jake? Riii, like Ed Harriman, is illustrated by current American J J Hughes and wife of Highland Miss Helena arrived Monday. They In the world.I .

i Is now complaining that his audi- criticisms of the Spaniardsfor Park moved Into this vicinity last week. came via tbe pt Johns River, Clyde I I H. A. Boley ha opened a jewelry re 9 LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURN1nitons -

v mcas take him too seriously. liking bull fights. The Span Hiram Ashley, an experienced: timber Line They are the charming people pair shop in the east room of the bank 9 A and Everything for your homo the Beet and Latest in
; here Sun who were at the Orange City Hotel last building, and I* prepalred to repair In the Market, and our prices.are a* LOW AS POSSIBLE for the
f iards cannot understand why man of DeLeon Springs, was stopping first.class all watohe. clock, Goode Furniture Department I. three
( year, where tbey are now ; I style flno class of we carry. IJOur
If home-made wine can be sold Americans and Englishmenlike day. ...--- jewelry, and will scientifically fit yon doon north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything in

:'R; in this county, why a bottle can many It is reported that a great many of Osteen.Mr For Sale-80 acre or land, six acre our linee we will take pleasure in showing yon through eithei department -
and
prize fights; why manyof her troubled with hog I We have the goods you need and will satisfy yon or your
% be labeled as such, and can contain oar farmers are In budded orange tree*. A good house back..'
them like football. The attempt I money
:' anything else except home. cholera. Sam Brooke visited home folk of three rooms, good barn kitchen
to strain nation Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. 1.
,. made win. one Mr and Mr Frame Rosengreen, here last week. furniture, strove Implement Shel :

through the sensibilities of pious, agreeable neighbors, visited De. went to DeLand Wednesday road run through tbe place. Price SC30. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
John Leonardy J. L, Nnckols, DeLand, Fla.
another can never be checked. It Land last week.
The people of Utah ought to to attend court,
is part of the indestructibleJe- The peach orchards in this vicinity All the pnblio school teasers white. ie Mr. J. A. Stlth, a graduate
\ give Reed Smoot an old age annuity Hon J B Conrad of DeLand was in Teachers of one of the finest Embalming '';r

if they'expect him to hang sire to mind other people's busi- are doing beautifully.nicely and the trees are Osteen two days last week. I'Convention are holding here an this interesting week the exercise School of the country, I. in ,
blooming of thta department and
around till his ness, and of that form of egotism Mrs Price of Titnsvllle is visiting her The teacher are charge
Washington case W P Johnson and his beautiful wife beginning yesterday. will give prompt and careful
reaches a hearing. which regards the prescription .are spending this week at Huntington sister Mrs J A Blauvelt this week 'attending the Presentation Exercises today attention to every detail of thin

of our taste to others as an exercise and Crescent City with relatives and Mrs Walters of Wake Forest, N C, Is ; np tbe University Auditorium. wortFuneral I

"We. are assured that people on of missionary activity. ,friends. visiting her eon Mr W T Walter I For Sale-Eight acre of fine bearing Supplies

Mars live to be 200 years old. Mrs Harper, the handsome better half Judge E W Born of Atlanta" Go :orange grove, and nine acre grove with 1JL
In Stock.
Quantities of harsh talk are and Saturday in Osteen. barns sheds, cistern and well Always t
I Possibly their commissions man- of J A Harper of this place, left Fridayfor spent Friday I none, J

,. age to complete a canal afterthey heard about the United States a week's sojourn with friends at the Rev O L Pattillo of Atlanta is spend ,' water. At a great bargain if sold in

have started it. Senate, but that body is often county seat lug the week with relatives Osteen. next 60 days Mrs. Lena Norris, north
once west of !Stetson Station. P. O. address
l treated unjustly. It has its grave The truck growers here are plantinga Mr W S Brand of Lawrencevllle\ Gas Highland Park. .'

I Governor Folk of Missouri announces faults, one of which is that the much larger acreage in Irish potatoesand visiting the family of Mr A T Pattillo + setis ..wsatgefienKLICKER

that the grafters are on Northern and Western states are vegetables this season than In Mr L Harrison claim agent of the S St. BarnabaVChurch.

the run, but everybody knows electing too many senators of im- former year A L Railroad, spent Monday' in Osteen !St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Feb. EROSV1erchant

:" that they are and that they are mense wealth ; but the House of The man that can't have fun without Miss Aliuana Brooke 1s spending sometime I8th, Sexaneslma Sunday: 7.80: a. m. I

their has filling np on booze and he fuddling his in DeLand, tbe guest of Mr and Holy Communion; 9:00: III Morning Tailors
outrunning Representatives a great
pursuers. way
i bralu must have a sour mocking blind Mrs Joe Davis. Prayer, followed by Sunday school;; 11 ,

The Clyde Line has been sold of shifting responsibility to the gullible idea of pure pleasure.E Miss Edna'Pattillo returned to Glen ... m. Holy Eucharist with sermon; B p. 5

Senate and then abusing that C Byrd. a young man of line busi St Marys last Friday, and Miss Addle m. evensong. Service every Wednesdayand
Doors South from Fisher's
: '. to new parties, and the capital body for taking precaution which qualifications, with polite manners, returned to Sutherland Friday 5 p. m. Three Corner

stock increased to $14,000,000.The I the House itself would take if it connected with the Morrison and Byrd School was closed Tuesday eveningfor ..

former holders of stock re- had the ultimate decision. For Naval Stores distillery at Turpentine the week, and the teachers are in We are now located on South Boplevard three doors from Fisher's
taining their interest in the Line. City, was In town Saturday. DeLand at the County School Teachers In Memory of Miss Willard. corner where we invite bur customers and the public generally to call ;
instance, who believes that only Tones and W 0 Baker, In memory of France l E. Willard, and inspect our New Line of Samples, for bath Ladles and Gentlemen.'
Messrs C E
members of the House of Convention.. just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit Is always
world-wide
seven sainted leader of the organization. -
Nobody blames the packers for successful sinews of well managed Mrs E C Rust and Miss Strange arrived guaranteed you by us. The beet material on the market for the mon-

, being sore with Commissioner'Garfield. Representatives would have farms of this place, pent a large batch I home from Jacksonville on Friday, "The Womau's Christian Temperance ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that give ,
: voted against the Hepburn bill of home killed pork to the Stetson Union", the local W.'C. T. U. satisfaction. We are prepared to turn out more and better work "
themselves Mrs Lutz Mrs Lets
They say accompanied by than heretofore. Remember the place and give us order.
held a pnblio meeting on Thursday eve- your
for the federal regulation of railroad electric cold storage "plant this week for
Ie of the New York
a correspondent
.that they gave him evidence nlng.Feb. 8at the Presbyterian Church. tySuits repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
rates if the Senate had not curing Press and editorial writer.
enough to send them all to the The meeting wn well attended by
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.. at the --- DeLand Floirda
There was preaching Baptist KLICKER BROTHERS
been expected to the final ,
i say member and visitors Including several
penitentiary.It church here Saturday and Sunday at Our National Pet the Navy Bean.
Yes and children
or NoSThe the usual hour by Rev J E Sheffield of The discovery of tbe bean, gentlemen
Tel'i'! 11** P'ovl'leno* hits fnreeepn The program consisted of music, a I
; is said that the Pullman Car Tampa. Rev A Stenwall of the Lutheran The reuiilixi u. ads tf niuiiki.i,.; sketch of the character of Mis. Willard,
Company will issue no more free Criminal Court.The church here, who Is held in high esteem Allllh" J..y )u th,m'. we I.lIllhll.
aud
leciltittou readings.
much to February term of the Criminal filled an appointment at Sanford and Beans eminent domnlnBef '
passes, but it is too hope secured A number of young people and children

.: ,that they will pay their porters Court of Record convened last Tuesday Upsalor Saturday and Sunday. Nor ilii<'re ibe\pure eem fuori 1"laws.h. aU'1 bTe't fired binlii. gave pi.-nxnre by their part In tbe and Blacksmith

.sufficient salary to make them with Judge Stewart presiding Shepherd Hughes, house carpenter of Tb.. the) ....ve ica n,. Ill i.ictu.l.| uurcisb aud all enjuyt.il also: a short Orange City Wagon Shops. I
The jurors, who had been summoned, DeLand, baa a contract to build several in which she
address Miss Neal
I of tips. You can have them Table de Hole by ,
independent as published last week, were sworn In new frame houses at tbe Eldridge Or A. la carte with printed note; paid fitting tribute to Mir Willard.

for. the week. turpentine plant of Major R J Bishop And with appetite In duress, __.+---

Kurt ki officially blames himself The following parties, upon arraign Sbep is a sassy" hitter with but few Pro-ounce them a howling success.n Letter to E. L. Hon. '

for losing the battle of Muk- ment, pleaded guilty to the charges flaws about his mainsprings He Is selecting tbe grain that eult,, Wagons and Buggies Made or Rjpiirj d. orse Shoeing'

i'' den. This is a tardy. but satisfactory filed against: hard to defeat and not boastful Hku Our And hero heat keeps In Breakfast out of the Food crush.disputes, DeLand, Fla Specialty. Carriage, buggy: and wagon painting done in the 'J I'

''I' confirmationof the reports David Williams, reckless display of Samson of old when he cudgeled the But on occasion, can bo musb. Dear Sir: A painter complained that
best manner finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing
? that were circulated in St. fire arms. Sentence suspended upon Philistines. Worth often wrapped In homely dress, oar cans are too fall; unhandy; apill -

I payment of wet Capt Peter Pierson, an industrons Hiding good qualities we bless, It's a way we have; 'tis handler not to Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Giveme
Petersburg just after the fight. JURY TRIALS Yet containing the virtues that be full but we have a weakness full-
sugarcane grower ana syrup maKer 01 We seek and find In the singed oat. ; a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
Bert Braddock, et al were placed upon East Pierson, treated the young folk of measure Oar gallon contains eight pint; ,
; It is announced that the Czar Epicures. would stare In surprise
trial charged with impersonating an this and neighboring communities to a If they were asked to appetize the usual "gallon" I Is seven

proposes to "wear out the revolutionaries" officer. The parties were defended by juice drinking and candy breaking with On beans, as Kentucky Colonel We'll think It over again;but we likea <

This trial of en- Mewrs Landls & Fish, and were ac marches and counter marches, last Would rate water as infernal full can How much short would yon

\' darance between the supply of quitted. The jury was from nine until Thursday night. Tbe amusement of fused on economy's' score like a barrel? Seven gallon would be THEO DEMRO, Orange.City, Florid ,
, eleven the next day reaching a verdict. 1'tfi meat clear through to the core; the proportion' .
the cane chewing, juice drinking and candy
t dynamite'and supply of assassin l And dlvld d out Into meals
The first vote, it is said, was five for acquittal breaking will stop now. this ends the Make nickles look like log cart wheel. Short.measure suggest that the shortage .. r"'
ought to promise a rich and one for conviction. The Pierson and Cade grinding for this year. is probably not in tbe cheapest In. ,
The bean other
harvest to the undertakers. around other by Any name
one came finally to the gredient
Would doubt merit much
The West Pierson home of Mr and no as fame
five. Continue as of yore to fill Guess well stick to four quart to a
The of Ella Wheeler Charles Suber et al tried for Mrs Frank B Carhle was brightened last Us with sweet satisfaction still.
:: new play were gallon, and fifty gallons a barrel
Feb. Sth tbe arrival of
Monday by a
Wilcox has met with such bril- aggravated assault, and were acquitted. dearest, sweetest little mite of a baby The gourmand may halt decision, The name to go by 1* Devoe lead-and W'ILLIAm.i.oKOLMON: ;
Dyspeptlus shout In derlalon. ,
Landls & Fish for the defense. zinc
lint success that it may b: necessary girl. Tbe pretty nameless infant ad. But suldier: and ;Jl arlne with voice,
Lizzie) Butler for the illegal sale of Yours DEALER IN
Hull the meek bean as H"blon'll.'hoJ08. truly
to insure it against the dition weighed ;just ten pounds Mr .
whiskey, acquitted. Landla & Fish for F W DETOE & Co
the Carllle baa been on exchange all last rbe French Cbef dlagulHes the name Hardware Furniture
claim. of alleged poet who Dr Goods Second Hand
tbe defense. i On bill orfure-bore rests his tame, G W Fisher sell our paint Goods Etc
week, passing around the cigars and ,
signs his photographs "Yours James Gooden was tried for beating I His genius can't hide tbe boquet
matches to the laddibncks to celebratethe Of our national pet. to slay.
Col. John A. an animal, and was also aaqnitted.Landls : .
poetically, Joyce". transplanting of this fairest little Stetson,Fla. S. W. H.
& Fish defended him. Seed Corn for Sale. I have consolidated my two stores, and now have a larger and bet ,
", Florida flower in this little cove, the ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods. and general household
A noli! proseqnl was entered In the
Representative Perkins of New Dr Kerr 1 Rev. L. G. Flxen, President of the roods than I have heretofore carried and
poor mans paradise. George The undersigned ha* a fine variety ofseed you will find the price right
following cases: Marie C Brebm W.C. T.U.,Vice-Preal- In my second hand household department be found .
York allude to the Hepburn rate the Alhambra Grove practitioner, was corn, well adapted to this climate, can some big bar
C. P. Land, Mamie Linderman and Mrs Carlile's and this eminent 'dent Illinois State Spiritualist Association for' sale. It beareseveraleare to stalk and gains. (I buy and sell second hand household goods, etc.) I Is"
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bill as a "scare-crow". Messrs. John Felts, charged with selling red eye. and general manager of the City develop* full and plump. On goon you bargains In either department.' Prompt attention given al from .

: Elkina, Foraker, Dalzell and The cases of David Jackson aggravated home.son reports all well in that ideal of Light Assembly, Lily Dale N. Y.. ground it yields from 00 to 60 bushels,. and quick delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders.

s I. about 200 other will do their assault; Edward Clinton, it al arson, will deliver a lecture at Camp Cassadagannda per acre. Price 75 cents per peck. Address WM. KOLMON ORANCE CITY FLORIDA

were continued to the April term of Mr Dozier H Frlerwm, a prominent next at 380 in the afternoon.
r best to make it look that way be- : ;;
JOHN BENdSTON
court. citizen, planter and business man of ,
He Methodist for 80
fore with it. was a years, speaksa
they through, Thursday afternoon Bessie Mitchell, Shlloh, S (", and once an esteemed orthodox and liberal pulpits, and a Orange City Flt.FFMFFifFiiFFFFiiiFFi1 .

a negress, was tried for grand larceny, citizen of thla place, stopped by here for cordial invitation to hear him ii extend-
The boss of the United States charged with snatching a pocketbook several hours Thursday and received ed to nil.

Senate from Rhode Island nominates containing $80 00 from a man on the the warm friendship greeting of his --..a &(,,

;" either Mr. Hearst or Mr. street of Daytona. She was acquitted. numerous friends, who were pleased to ,The Largest Minstrel Show In the "<

: Bryan for the presidency in 1908. Landls & Fish for defense see him. He was on his return from a World.A. ; SEASON Iyog-'0A.

It has been a term of acquittals.Up. month's pleasure outing with his 'I I Garden |
Neither of these men would G. Allen' New Orleans Minstrel = .
to thin morning the State hasn't secured brother O B Frlerson, once a wide
'; probably hesitate to make the clean, refined and up-to-date, by
: a solitary conviction. Court will prob-- awake depot agent here, but now a The Arms
colored artists\ (male and female) College
trace if Senator: Aldrich should ably bold over for another week. quite wealthy fruit grower, orchardlst carrying three times a
,t be .nominated 1 'on the opposite etc, in Cuba. Messrs F B Crews, also a as other minstrel many In !
any company w>
former depot agent here, and Mr C B
t\ ket. existence showing under a mammoth .
A lito. With a Hl.torr. Frlerson are making and have made 35
A stone with a remarkable history Is canvas: theatre seating over 2,000 people DBJLANO FLORIDA
considerable money there. They are Sugar Corn .
The day is coming when there kept at the British naval offices In ; presenting more special features .

I I "1 1" will be a fine hard service road Portsmouth. In the fifties of the last reported to have about 60 acres of fine ban any other minstrel show In the 3 Opens for Gusts December 1st 1905. '
young bearing orange grove, taken from
, century it saved a vessel of the queen'snavy. Beans ,
world. Just the place to and take | J '
go
from: Jacksonville to Miami. Vo- The frigate Pique ran ashore. on the beet Florida stock and varieties,
: lusia county should have the hard the with grapevine and your wife, sister or best girl for an
?; Japanese coast bat was refloatedIn some pecan treettbesides

service road from the St. Jhons what was thought to be an undamaged one .of the largest and finest to venlng the large and Beating enjoy yourself.capacity Owing of the =|: Peas | Under the management John G,, Holland

;, 'side to the Coast by all means condition. It proceeded to Portsmouth poultry farms on tbe Island, and a very tent the admlsslen Is 25 and 35 cents. (same management as last season) Manager ofthe
&, and was docked, when It was encouraging-successful coloney of DeLand, Saturday, Feb 17th
< Mid gentle S Water Melon J BLUB MOCHTAIN LAKK HOTEL Blue Mountain ""
eyery effort should) be made found that the atone had Imbedded Itself ,.
Italian bees. Mr Frlerson, while here,
w ,to have such a road a* soon aspossible. i firmly In the planks of the ship's was guest of the N L Pierson honse. He Vm...--. Seed Lake, New York, (Adirondack Mountains.)

:-::' bottom. The stone prevented leakage, left Friday for his S 0 home. Little Corlna bad In her extreme | I For rates, reservations and other informationon
'! and had It dropped from Its position youth been fond of dolls, .
passionately
.:r; and after November 5th 1005
\ during the homeward run there Is little .- dEverything address .
albeIt a trifle destructive of them."here = for
'<;With;: no,:mishap Florida, will ,doubt that the Pique would have been Orange City. came a day, a 'strange, sad sJ JOHN 0. HOLLAND.THE t ,

';, hip an immense crop of oranges lest day," when sawdust and false hair no spring planting.
longer fascinated her. she demanded COLLEGE
ARMS
", another.season. The tree are in 'I..Naeq LOre .......... The Ladles Reading Circle met Wed- a real baby. Her parent protected ,0" t

fine condition,, and they are ,all In a Philadelphia kindergarten school nesday at Misa Dickinson's.Mr that the realization of her demand i: : DeLand, !:Florida.
'' a taacber was) telling the little childrenall G. W. FISHER. .. .
r, budding and putting' on a big she knew about a clock. Now, Ed Spencer and daughter Mrs would Involve them In financial ruin."I : t.

,,4 bloom. There will be a crop of this" sh* said -la the pendulum-Oil* Morrison were here Wednesday visiting don't believe real babies are so" ex- M eltF ...
pensive aa yoq think they .are,, ex-
"ome four or five 'hundred thousand thing that swings back and fort*). Did Judge and Mrs Freeman. claimed Corlna. "I see every day Just W iiitiFIAFFFf iiiFFFP

',' tx x *.going to market from gay of you ever bear the word pendulum Messrs A Buchanan'and E Rogers of ota and Iota of ever so poor people .
before l" New York are railroad men who are with them." ..
'TolnsU .alone, a;fourth of the A child put up ar band "T*. teach guests of the Orange City HoteL

number. fro. l the: groves,?in the er." she sajd. "Pendulum_ Franklin./ radtaa Omu WEC.CH :
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'Nefait7otD.Lii'hd. IT*baud It oftra. Maize, or Indian corn la a native of b9tob
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St John, have returned from Miami,
J. tropIcal America from where the Span- .
,..'..>.in', The (' oo4,. people', of VolasFa ........t .I. where they have been on a visit to their lards first brought It to Europe. However 'ORANQB. CITY FLA .

"' Teat'lser-New, I have explained what'bcYaWr IOn. It must have been known long -- --- ruick ,
;t.'e,county, specially the;Christian means, and want some At the Whist Club last Monday p m before In Asia for In Pharaoh's dreamhe Fancy and 'Staple GrocerJee'To- e '

.','; ad:temperance people, appreciate eC yen to give DM aa Olutntion.BrlgM Mrs 81 John made tbe highest score for saw seven ears of corn growing on bacco, Cigars. tl ''1.Rd

; th. .,... ice*' .aden4A'by' Bor-ptoaM' ma'am. I sae.retry ladles and Mr Wm Clarke for gentlemen one stalk (Genesis xii, 5)). By the aborigines tlEIAItfo" 80tkca. ,
: _11. What !. nr'Ibe It was gradually carried north Desk oaablaod.i ...
Judge, Iaae A. Stewart.of the Dry Goods Stow Hats Ett EH.
bole to a parses pMat.r""Huml and by the selection of the earliest ripe ,
,,Criminal Court. and.Hon;James : .Whyf ', Mr Faucett, ion of Capt Faucet,' has an saved for seed accllmatlaed tour i Psnnlts much or 'aslltlo
'* "Wbsa'yeh Of off ttV been here for a few days visiting his book space .,.n'0 do
pun plaster
: .JT. pswUnsV ei 'roseentiliC"A" harder Mew,, England condition. It Best and Freshest Canned.Good
Desk Unit wiIi '
..***...,." hurt* parent., sister. Ulss Drue and son ripens now .. far north as Canada. constantly on band andallfirstclass ComIIriIoI ,
'reo. Book Units
,fc..ney of that court/in the: > Charlie.Mr .- -01'many at :
Groceries for your table.
!. ["Jareenent, of ;the ..,temperance I r M r'f! <7.... ..... .. Herbert Oatman arrived Wednesday fiaporaa'. _.. lard,.atVnclva Canemendfreeiawta.toutalo : I:,I

:U*'. oa th.'sUtut -book*. '."lW i Lt l..biYtso=Doa't yon tMnt tor sew from New York on a YlUaUonlrolD Napoleon had beautiful band and Country Produce bought .. ..us101. ,;

Mr seal aotalM.mocn, food fur tawnrhtlTe bnalnes*. He says that hi* brother and wm very proud of them. often eantom- J.F.ALLENACO '
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*.\bat It" to ,,wretchedlyssi life wife Are wall plating them with a salt satisfied ahr.H I
.........'tM''w, appl4, to ; r" and may be down Mvr, cave whan military etiquette Orders 'receive careful 'attentionand eue
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'" :" I"" d'MST i load of "intoxi1jI.tlM' &- 1tit ,Weel.aba agarh, next.winter. required, wore gtar**, bring. away eC delivery prompt, You will LAND : ) .
'I't.t.'! ''W' \ wits'il$4 .# ..alaee. Jess flit and.Mrs T 111 Blake of Cambridge, OM bad Imprisslno.""t14 k*.... find my price a low utile. lowest. )

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,; EXERCISES A.T STETSON ',:.. ,\: r '1._ .7 !" '

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*,,. When An Event the Baptists of Florida and the ,, ", .."'I t ;J ,.'...'>.,, '' .m, ). 1t ;. : 'I.'"1

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People DeLand Delight CelebrateThe ,' t .) '\\j jf.


''Come to Store I ; ,f. ,t., .. : t" .,

our Presentation Day: Exercises: an catlonal work; he Is a profound thinker, ''' ; f >.. /
event all the Baptist of the State, and of fine attainments and a man of high Clothes ; nV:t.. .J
Ideals and not be with him ; ": (
one can > .\
DeLand .
especially the people, delight to '
long but Is impressed with bia great .
celebrate every year, are being held up ability, his sincerity and his devotion to .

( : at the Auditorium today. It la the his work; Inspired with better and .' ,

;: Ask to see our Figured Silk Mulls, anniversary of the formal presentation nobler thoughts and aspirations for *' .,
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and having met Lincoln Hnlley. .. .
of all the buildings equipment to .. '- .t .

". Mercerized Madras, Figured Lawns, tbe Baptists ot Florida' by the philanthropist follows Tbe program: of today's exercises Is as Cleaned and ... t' j

and generous hearted millionaire "

lOc and 12 l-2c, All Over Embroider bat manufacturer, John B. Stetson Organ Voluntary Mr. Orwln A. !<'. '.:..'. ,
Morse, Director of the School of .
The property was given to the Baptists Music. ;," '.:
ies, New Assortment Neckwear, Como of the State, the title vested in Board Invocation, Rev. J. E. Oates, Pastor .. ... '
of Trustee. and aon. ectarlaa as bas : .
DeLand Church.
': plete line'Kabo and Warner Corsets. always been the policy of the institution Jerusalen Baptist the Golden, played by Mr. Pressed r ',:. ':; .r.. ,
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J and the desire of its benefactor through i /
Morse, Spark's "Fantasia on the .Or ,
Then go down to the linen counter whose munificent glfta many young Hymn." N
men and women of Florida are getting .

; and see the >Table Cloths with Napkins the best to be had in an education and Scripture, Psalm 48. ,.
at a nominal coat, too, because every Prayer, Rev Frank C. Edwards
to match. advantage has been provided for these Editor Southern Baptist Witness. at Fountains : "
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young men and women at Stetson. Mr. The National Hymn, No. 234 Sung :',., 1
and Mrs. Stetson always take a great the entire ..
by Congregation standing.An .r!: i, \
Then for
I to the Shoe Department Interest in the school, Its welfare and its Educational Address, W F. ',w' $1 \

prosperity, giving it their constant Blackman Ph. D. President of Rollins :
the latest and best in footwear. thought and attention. It conies next College.A .

i to a child in their love and care, and to University Chorus, led by Mlsa
And-to the Clothing Departmentfor them both a debt of gratitude Iri due Katharine Armistead Crawford, Mus.
from the people of the State and

Overcoats and Suits. Low Prices. especially from DeLand people, and B.An Educational Address, Andrew
such gratitude does burn in the hearts Sledd, Ph. D. President of the Unlvr-

of our people who are always happy to sit.1 of Florida, Lake City.
show their appreciation of the Christian Presentation Address Lincoln Hul.

spirit; benevolence and unselfish devotion ley, A. M. Ph D President of John B-
to a noble and grand cause on the Stetson University .

G. A. Dreka & Company part benefactress of the Institution's benefactor and / Doxology standing.Sung by the entire congregation -. -

The presentation address will be made The Benediction, Rev. Dr. L. D. Gel-
this morning Friday by the President ger, Secretary Florida Baptist Convention The W. C. T. U. AUrih' Meet Market.

Dr. Lincoln Halley, and great crowd The best Western and Floridameats
very )
Phone! 77 will enjoy it. Dr. Halley is one of tbe Tonight a reception will be held at I I The regular meeting of the W. C. T. oan always be bad at the Marsh
U. will be held at the Christian church
J most forceful speakers in the South today Ubandolon Hall in honor of Mr. and Market The choicest Boats Steaks
especially in the pulpit or in edn- Mrs. Stetson next Thursday at 8 p. m. Short talks Chops Beef Ha&loaaael Pork Sausage,
will be given by visiting white ribboners eta The standard packed meat on
and an interesting meeting to promised. bind. Try Marsh's Market and get the
Fresh garden seed of all kinds can be Fine new Alligator Leather and Shell All very cordially Invited. beet for your home.

I had at Fisher's Goods just received at Brill's Cmm. MARSH BBOTHXM.

Mr. Ap T. Bossetter was here from The Marsh Brothers have had install ,
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Enterprise Tuesday. ed at their market pretty electric light .
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be had see Erlckson. Dolph Sheldon was a New .
t LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Smyrna visitor to the county seat this ,.
Mr. Dan'l George was at the county
seat from the Coast yesterday. week:
Mrs. R D. McDonald left Wednesday
THE IMPORTANT HEWS ITEMS OF Wanted-A wheel for a girl ten years Fine ,Groceries.
old. Address H. A. Boley. Bank Block to visit her daughter, Mrs. Voyle at ,. .
THE PAST WEEK.l Gainesville.Mr. .

DeLand. Geo W. Bristol Clerk of the
r.-I .N ... .t7 ItMM for tae l>MpBrl &. Quite a number from over the State Criminal Court returned tbe first of ej1'r A. H. WOODALLFor C1
here Presentation
are attending Day
P......- .f M.atl.v .t ...... .. I the week from Atlanta
Exercises
Fresh Stock of .... .,.... ......... ftir. S V. Hough baa bad finished a Mrs. Powell ia up from Jacksonville,
.. .. ... ,. . spending several weeks with her daughter
., .. fine tennis court at his attractive home the Holidays we have a fine line of Fruit,
(lARDERSEED. W. S. Taylor DentUt. on North Boulevard. Mrs. Marion Powe Carson. Nuts, Dates, Raisins, Figs; also Fresh Fruits.

. t, .. Dr. Mellette' Remedies at Allen's. Mr Charles H Roberts whose family Our stock of Cereals is large late as
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New Florida Souvenirs
arriving constantly are spending the season at The College sortment. We have added the celebrated: H. O.
the lowest. Bee the lOc lawn O. A.Dret. .
prices\ figured at at Brill'*, 180! Varieties of
: .'*. Souvenir Cards. Popular Prices Arms, returned Friday last from a bust Oatmeal, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, also Pawnee
ness trip to St. Louis Oatmeal something for the children in
& \ Honey to loan. Add..... P. O. every
Osteen. Box .
Lumley : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor and Mr.and Mr. Robert H Boyd has purchased of package.In .
181, DeLand. Mrs. F. H. Flnney were Orange the VolusU County Bank the Corell imported goods we have L. A. Price Olive

Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. market City visitors to DeLand Wednesday.Buy property the nice home corner Bonle Oil, Mushrooms in tin and glass, Pimentoes, Peas,

every Friday.They Catalpa Specloaa for fence posts yard and Voorhis Ave. Anchovies and Anchovy Paste.

are still going-the salts at re .t Hayward' nursery also choice varieties Mr. Harry Frevatt one of the promi We are handling Austin Nichols &Oo.'s White

.. duced price at O. A. Dreka'. of of peach and pecan tree; prices nent orange growers of Seville, has been Cream Cheese, also Neufehatel, Pineapplo and
A fine little son wa born to Mr. and will please you. spending the week at DeLand juror be- Edam Cheese.
Mrs 8 V. Hoof last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l Onerbacker of fore the Criminal Court. We wish to take this method of thanking our

Mr. Kay Conrad I. np from Kalama- Louisville Ky, and their daughter Mrs. Attorney Edward Fitzgerald, editor many friends and customers for their generous sup-
her sister Mra. H port in the past, and hoping for a continuance of
coo visiting A. Wood. Dr. Sherrill and son Gilmore are visit- and proprietor of the Daytona Daily
of the wish all a Christmas and
same we merry
alL I you
inn Mrs H. M. Austin. and Weekly Gazette-News, was here

I II T 3 Mr. W. A. McKencle warn a coast Mrs. W. A. Allen entertained at cards this week on legal business. pr.upKJ.ii ujjir year. Yours,

n viator to the county seat the lint of the Saturday evening, tbe guest of honor, Mrs. Judge Gaulden delightfully Pan:7D A. H. WOODALL.
week. being Mrs. James McCnllman who returned entertained at cards Thursday afternoon

Walt for the opening and we'll all get to Gainesville this week. ; eight tables, the honors going to
from and the best Mesdames Gross' and Woodward. i" f*BI"'S"9f"9'lywll ll 8"N'
bat
Buy us get a -at G. A. Dreka's Millinery De For Sale-20 acres fine budded orange

partment. trees In fine bearing condition. Worth I Just wait till spring styles in millinery

Furniture Mr. M. A. TenKyck I.over from Daytona $1.800. Can be had for $800 if fold In are opened np at Dreka's and you
:: Beach spending the week with 20 days.0 J. L. Nackols. DeLand. Fla will see the most beautiful line of
DeLand friend millinery ever shown in DeLand. .w. A. ALLEN X CO
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Carpets A. O. Allen's Biff/ Original New
It baa been a week of shows and eaterI.lameau. Orleans Minstrels are billing the cityto State Senator and Mrs. Carson came

The Street Carnival will be appear here under canvas N. E. cor. up from Kispimmee Wednesday afternoon
Mattings, here all next week. Boulevard and Indiana Ave., Satur and are Mr. and Mrs. Stetson's Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .

I'oaad-A black "Beebe" wheel near day Feb. 17th.Mre. guests at 'Gillen" during Presentation
Pictures
Stetson Home Place Owner apply to B. E. Prevatt entertained seven Exercises.: ,
H. B Steven and give description. Harry E. FeRlny, general representative Stationery
tables at Hearts in the afternoon of
Rugs. Mr. J. W. Smith bat sold hi. Lake Valentine hay, the souvenirs of the of the General Amusement Co, is Huyler's Candies,
Gertie grove to Mr. Rnffner of Pitt. event going to Mr.. Malty of Daytona in the city, billing this week for his School Books, '

J. F. ALLEN & COMPANYII home burg here.who expect: to build a winter Mrs Qanlden's guest and Mrs. Sam company, which here, Feb.Is to 19-34 play, a under week'sengagement the Florida Souvenirs,
( Happersett respectively
anepecla of the DeLand Band. Toilet Requisites. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Bond came op from The Stetson base ball team played Watches. Dr. Mellette'* Remedies .:.
Miami the first of the week and are last and Dr. Rader, Presiding! Elder of the .
Ormond two Friday
II games
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apendlng the week with Mrs. B'. sister Saturday but could not overcome tbe Jacksonville District will supply the Clocks. .
Mr*. B. C. Bnshnell. pulpit of the First Methodist Episcopal Jewelry,
,, terrible batting of the Ormond boysn .
... ._ at eleven
q' 0t -- Church next: Sunday morning I
: President and Mrs. Halley a reception Silverware,
gave [ both games tbe score was .10 to 2 in
to the Faculty lad their wivesat o'clock. Quarterly Convention on Sat Cut Glass 1
Best favor of the salt water team.
Thing
.JII' : hi* home last Friday evening in urday evening. Feb. 17th at seven Goods
d 1 Optical 4jr
.. --. & Tbe Tourists Club was reorganizedlast o'clock.
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: honor of Mr. and ]Mrs. Stetson.Mr
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for a boy or girl to learn now-a Fountain Etc. ;
: 1 week with the election of Hon. Geo. I Court of the State Pens
.1 b869t1 day 1 III shorthand.. The Isaac *. A. P. Longdon ba. purchased of The Supreme 1 jrt
p7 t
.:\ A. Redman as President, Mr. E. O. this week affirmed the verdict of the jri
b' o r.' .J -...0 Pitman U the best aysten, Bee- the bank the residence corner Boulevardand Cole. of Illinois the first President of Circuit Court of this county, wherein NEXT TO POST OFFICE. .
?7. 't r ::t. a lar'c School!;! the beat place to Michigan Ave., at present occupied the Club,nominattng the Rochester gen Judge Stewart wa awarded verdict 4.eM 4.
,1eanl. .Tj' by Jar. D. B. Hargreave and family.MU .
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\. a tleman. They have a large number and of $8,000, the fall amount sued for. '
.tJ ::1" .1. Ii.,,' v ..rtlea..i.ltlajf' in DcLaad Elisabeth Mall will be married their headquarters are at the City Conn. against E. E. Ropes. The case ws
M- may. : send 'their' children to am.Wedaeadajr of next week to Dr. ,
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) oil chambers. _
Ilafl9tPsi'tMtlRttfiOti4MMi.MN61.MrMMMM6iRO.1faThe
tr, 1." aD taken to the Supreme Court: upon appeal .
"r BeeIIr1.S4h941(; and have them Arthur Norton of Savannah,. Oa, tbe t
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-If 1 o..6a.ey.aw .................... continued la their counts with. cefemoaey taking place' fit Barnabas The Board of Trustees of the University by Mr. Ropes.Hare
: ': '! --......y.as. out change of [boolu, thus enabling church held the annual, meeting last night. you a piano that Is beginning to i
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sr .. te: Stetson unanimously reelected
Mr. was ,
__ w wb w. to theirplace sound harsh and metallic Is it "tin
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"-- '' Boy Qeiger, atndent at Stetson, met
1 .'...k--. cols, in their( class**' upon re- with quit a painful accident Wednes President\ ; Mr, T. C. Search Vice-President pause'" If so L. C. Hnzal, the resident : .t

+--r,..-. : _.--';.ir..W;:;: .c.1Wo t4 .turaat| hpine.' Individual Intractions day. In an accidental fall hi* collarbone B. Wright, Dr. alley, Secretary.Treasurer The and Board Mr will 8. tuner oan make it sweet-toned again at Curio.. .. ..aATIMN,
the action does not
correct method If respond
: small coat.
broken. confined .. .
. wa B* will be in of ., ..1. .
ti( t hold another meeting the coarse readily to the touch Hazel can ,
to bill room for*vral day
the next month remedy that. From keyboard to soundIng -

General. Amusement .Co. two If Orange not another City postponement election cams the will other l be : Col. s. E. Smith the versatile correspondent board Hazel understands the Florida Souvenirs and Curios. ',; 1
-- < of Tile Record at PUrson.haa mechanism of the piano. Drop him a '
tried before week.II .
next
Judge Sbaylor been serving nl* country this week as a postal and he will call, and yon; will be Full 'Line

and CarnivalONE l U tk would be BKMMV brown caved to ovl UM of cooatr court I Juror befor toe Criminal Court. Cot surprised at how much yon can .have v '
Street t *> ease wen
fair Mr. VanHiM and on.s of tb. son.Ief.T1a..J' Smith U avoid Union(;veteran,. and he done at comparatively small expenseTbe : .' ALLIGATOR, >".GOODS !i
for
for BilUan ColambU, where II climate( .Florida U -doing muoh General Amusement Co.,Street ''

'SOLID"WEEK Mr.:VMHlM"* s brother reeldl... If him. Bl-iti: due health; and: praises. Fair and Carnival will exhibit here. one Live Alligators on' ExhlMtSTATIONERY' ., ...... ,....
FlorMav hemclfmat 1 and! her citizenship.Tb week oad.,, Feb. '
".. they Ilk then that,.wttf be Ualr rnturebam whole commencing( '
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Four +lik.tts', Co. hat been playing 19th. The Company cooa. **.to DeLand -
: tile rear of the faaaily following < "" ,
i- .DeLand., :Fla. Feb. ,19 to ,34, during the.numr.Mn to good?l hone* at the High School well recommended u atrlckly cIa Y2"v :

.. K., L. MeBrVJ' EMi woatIwaatlfnl : Auditorium!} this week.... Tab U one and refined attraction, haying! 5 Shows,. ? ; : .I. :: _, *,t):t if: 'I" r
AUSPICES .DBLA, P".B'ND. jj k I '.Valentine party i WvdaMday 'of the.:best companies In Florida this 2 Big Free Acts,..H"rr"'JrOaadl'.mn' Agent>for. all;: New........a It 1 k k4.t

sousing. *o hreb* Five Big Showf.' Two Big Free Acts Family Band of the oonrion' : every entertainment, 'r''I'bl.II.\ :. Hunt plant.' OS people,In the Company _"__ .. .. 1N'
: rq.DnLa'nd/ they under the auspices) of, the ,. Y',... <>:. it ,
went to'Mra; F. B. Doa4..Jh.'XaUi of return trip of.this Company and play i :
.f\erry1O ., ., 11 1 cfcaao.lh. 'LO s.:. ,;;' ''''......'
1" .'. : : 0 0 Diyton, and Mils. Davit JCilkoff AtUM and In tutor ,whenever it cornea It will DeLand Band. Tb14- 4 \: .
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' "Time.1r conclusion of the a deliciousloaohevit be aarored, large bout* Tb* > county people '
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: :. Okr the war from Ubd'a tibd the' extreme The Um Bird's toolr. _
, ; western In his subsection "inodlflcatlons" I : ". III II 11.4 liaR L !':.. I 11[ 1.... .
S point of Unglnnd. to the on .
Sllrf'r6t'H> ; ir? '!frorii the cliff, after of types of birds and animals Sir John OLD .PEQPff9WWMoat f 7Teunless ,Forn.'year, ; If to... Year

you have passed ToI-Poiln nnd lunni'illately LubbocK tells us of a particular crow .

before the road drops to Porthgwarra In New Zealand where the male end IN WINTERare the soil is kept supplied with

TIMEr there la a little valley a big female differ widely. to the structureof old peopl. are great sufferers la Winter. They

grassy nook, with one cottage a rotM' their bills. The male bird has a seldom free from pains or ailments of some description because they are J'

tory and It church. Thin Is the piirNb bill. atput"and strong adapted to cutting not as able to withstand the severity of the climate with its damp, changing a complete fertilizer containing \suffi- : ,

church of St. Levan. a flHliermuu u tint, and digging Into a tree but be la weather as are their younger, more vigorous companion Cold weather

i former of whom thorn" are ninny legends. HI* deficient In that horny pointed tongue starts the old aches and paine; they suffer with chilly sensations cold E W

TZ&experienced piith' Is still seen by the truck of greener Which would permit him to'plcrte<<: the extremities poor appetite and digestion nervousness sleeplessness and i.ciI1WJs: }!. "

has learned that some guises Hint buds out to the roulii* grub and'draw It out 'The hen bird other afflictions peculiar to old age.i, With advancing years the strength and !

I grains require far differ- named otter him where he fished. tbe has however, an elongated and straight vitality of the system begin to decline. The heart action I Ie weak and irregular how POTASH increases cotton
: ent soil than others ; traditional "cbiick-rhoeld" chad. TliproIH .bill-"snd when the cock bas dug downto the blood becomes thin and sluggish in its circulation and often some Just

some crops need differ- his stone too. lu the churchyard.''one, the burrow the hen Inserts her long old blood taint that has lain dormant in the system for years beyjps to manifest -

, : i enthandlingthanothers. of those ouilnous stones which in Cornwall bill and draws out the grub which itself. A wart or pimple becomes a troublesome server( Juicer//)skin 4JS" laOprnroE\ ) < 4 G age bock

,He knows that a great are thought to be the dials of time they divide between them a very pretty eases break out or the slight rheumatic pains felt 1 ifcjpunged} now crfaaeb ) ? ,
deal itself chroniclers. of the hour of the I illustration of the wife na a help I sleepless nicrhts and hours of agony. There Is no renwoii vrtfy' 'bid ate should

depends upon right ,. J'W4' SutL&ivftt.. The JAvon stone Is a mate to the husband." not be healthy and free from disease if the blood is .kept pure and the system UCotton..CultuTel.Fhis is sent

planting at the right l.. ti-kbkiHiiuH, *. split In two with grnss strong and this can be done with S. S. S. It is a medicine that is especially

time and that the soil nod ferns growing the gap between AsOI4 .....d.... Nolle. adapted' to old people because it is made entirely of roots herbs and barks free of cost or oblia-

must be'kept enriched. the two halves. The end of the world i On April.20, 18UO.( a Maine newspaper selected for their purifying. healing and buildingr-up properties and is very absolutely any ,

:: No use of complaining will cowe. snys tbe rhyme, when the I contained the following notice: mild and gentle in its action. S. S. S. warms

in summer about a mistake /Hap |IB wide enough Cur a pack horse "Freedom Notice.-Fur a valuable con I reinvigorates the sluggish blood 'to that It :Stibfl'to ''farmer 'who ,'will write forlit. .J

made in the spring.- wltb pnnnlors to pus tliroueb.. "\\'e! sideration I have this day relinquishedto S S Sand with more rapidity, arid clears it of all any ,

Decide before the seed di) nothing to hasten It." the rector mild my son. Hiram S. Maxim his time j and poisons. As this rich, healthy 1. tia,. .. GBRMAN. "ALI'WbRK.5. 1
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planted. Vk .'m9 .sutJnlfly.-I.o."lon Stnndiird. during>ls minority. I shall claim none circulates through th.ixlyevery: part N.w Vn..j ....._. -... ''Atl.n. O.-U"SO. Bn Stress.

: flI fv *.I eu-.- of his earnings or pay debts of his PURELY VEGETABLE. the system is built up the appetite digestion .....

TO best time to reme- .. contracting after this date. Isaac i Improve. the heart acjionjncreascs and :
Land W Out of "bt.
dy wasting conditions "Yes" said one of the traveling men Maxim. Witness, D. D. Flynt, Abbot I the diseases and discomforts of old age pass away. S.. S. S..e res Rheuma i : ; :
human is before tism. Catarrh Skin Diseases Sores and Ulcers and all troubles from 1A.LATJG.OAST( ( LFNTIS
the body who were telling stories In front of tint April 13. 1800. The lad who was |, arising )

the evil is too deep tiotel. "I was once out of Bight of luudon given his liberty developed Into Sir: diseased blood. jHf SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. ATLANTA, GA, '"'' I

rooted. At the first evidence the Atlantic ocean twenty-ouo,Hiram Maxim of London England, the I
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of loss of flesh dnyej'4/ "4 Inventor of rapid lire guns and air I FOR A FULL I CROP OF FRUIT ', 't II T RO'OUS. 8CLtll LE-

r''" "On the'Pacific one time didn't see ships. I i4 1 j..
k Scott's Emulsion I Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia t
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land for twenty-nine days said anoth Use Simon .
should be taken imme er. A little baldheadcd man titcd: his Shibboleth. Painter's Pure Special -Ha.(} fAll ',f'-' North Carolina South Carolina 5
chair against a post and knocked the Shibboleth I. a word frequently used ,

diately. There is noth- ashes from his cigar. in politics. though It tony be doubted Simon PureSpedal Shipped under the'Follow itT' /.c *The'greTat''riijhwayV'f( Tavel between I
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ing that will repair "L,$tarted across the Kaw river near whether many politicians know tbe history l

wasted tissue t01OI'e'\" : LawrencertTa skiff once when I woe of It. Curiously enough this Hebrew ing Tag. Florida, theEasIiWesliNorlh andSoutfi '
1lt 11 fa "'herald word really means "an ear of
quickly: or replace kld". "and was out of sight M iS

flesh more abundantly of land before I reached the other corn" as well as a "river." but It. slgnlficance i Convenient' I Service, elegant, ,ru/;
than Scott's Emulsion.It side." I I for moderns arises from the SIMON N 'j'1' : j <' 1. w
SPECIAL
V nourishes and builds "Aw come off!" came from one of fact that It was employed, as a test to PURE New York and Florida Special ,]
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the body when ordi- the crowd. "The Kaw isn't more than distinguish tbe Uphrtilniltea from the BY outeo.tho 5. ", Dlxl I .Flyer'J I I
MANUFACTURED
up Olleadltes the former living unable to (I.I.J, "
800 yards wide anywhere along near : Florida and West Indian Limited

:" ".",; fail.nary foods absolutely Lawrence...I didn't"Bay It was." said the r little I pronounce the "sb" sound. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COJlPANy) "I ;.Celebrated' .. Trains. l Mongomery L. & N. j

and Florida Limited
IV.'l 1lI..rwI:1 fI.MmAM. man quietly. "The skiff turned ovoind '. JACKSONVILE, FLORIDA.
.r I sank twice."Kansas City A I'clcbriiUtl. 1 'hi. ftic.iiu bus claimed "
Times. lu one of Ul' led uuu's.., that the "best Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and cli nilcals.UUARAN'fEED .. H CONVENJBlfT METH60' OP TRAVELING I;
picture B .u.In the that form thuuu miu'dy" for none bleed: is a vigorous Atlantic Coast Line one thousand' mile tickets good over fifteen

,t of label U on thwrapper What. lie Did to "Hamlet." motion of lilt .111 W.< im In the act of thousand miles of railroad embracing all portions of the South, on iI
.. of every ANALYSIS. sale at all principal agencies at rate of $21 each. Limited to one ye&rl
bottle. of EmuUion!: A of actors at the t'h 'wlnlC. lit the VIIHU of a child ho ree-
b" you buy.I group Playersclub oiiimviiiltt Ammonia.-aotiai, and potential, notices than .....-- . ..m. 2 per cent 'from date of pUTcltue fllll'completeandreUable Information I
f were once engaged In a discus giving/ wuil of .paper to Derived from Sulphate:: : ot Ammonia. .. reglfdlug: rates-"cbedur; ; rcei on L'. L. l'owe,

J':' SCOTT ,& Ion a. to tb",. ability and Impartiality thtiw, as thu. l riiplil, "'OJ Inn of the jaw Potasu (K 20)), water soluble, not leas than... ....... ... . 18 per cent '1'1 e ge '. DdlJf :
.. p ( rtaln...iw jf tMitaiuiJcrltlpa j of the tops the. flow of bluwl.. Hut why not Available Phospuorlo Acid not less than ....?. .f" |. .0 plJ rnt' ''" t j.1'UTrmai'J'1 etiSll f I
!E' V > Insoluble less ... *.. .... .E. FU Cp Y.t ): '
drama when Maurice try chewing Inuteud: of ? Phnapbnrlc Acid. not than. .M..i. 1 pen cent 1 l'Q), 1 1'\ : I'RSS. A't. ::5
Uiirryniore ro- gum "

I f-s : r* ...g..::.Pearl; !.!!{ Street_ fel't'ld-to.a-et'rtn:DeIuvorouusnalistwho S1'>-.- 'liHlkal Uevlew.Tntt'sPills. paper Chlorine Moisture, not at iili exceeding-Fahrenheit. .,. exceeding.... .'.... 1. ..... ... .........."i.'x....-t.. ."'. ;..........g'pe..ce. ;. ...'.!. I )l t. 1'iiss. Air_, 13/ot.\/ Bay S..uKSOsvrLLE. : : FLA.W. ; ::1 .

.. was widely known for his dramatic -. This Fertilizer is made from Sulphate i 'oi Ammonia,Buiphate of Potash t and II. M. EMERSON .T. tKAIG, >|
aWfl'YORK: criticisms.*'' "Ilnywiird," sold __. __ _... _n Dissolved Uoneolack. I
-- General
-- 'I'rgflIio Manager. Pass. Traffic I
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.. 500. .n' 1 T
'-7 w ...... Mr Barryuioro "was certainly one ol ., TLS'i" : MallusgetL5:.Jf
$ .u.lJleta
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an .
.. tie ablest of'them. lie wrote most '- '". ",. .IfJ'"I.' .... ... ... .... .'!' {
: j,. !' Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville Florida
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.t' .. learnedly: with" the keenest analysis
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: ',,,,t Jo .r rat' lit,,':';'' ""' .? ".: iLm: : .n kt above all. with no little wit. I am Just East Coast Railway.Local

;'i 'J, 14'1I1' '1:1!!' r.tI'1t U"' );.J.; ..loJ: byliit.; ., reminded of what was perhaps the E. O. PAINTER FERVILIZER COMPANY .

01r6h: ,,"' !. .. .;, :_ brIefest dramatic criticism ever JACKSONVILLE. I'LOR.DA.
.! ''tl ,.. ",%ben the f3:>t t-y" it. : will derive great benefit
t.I. .J "II\1..I'IIt.tftmllr. INt Into u by taking one
'.' iitM.st-- ----IJ"1""f everything else hayward>'-did.-*" It-ranb5551O110Wtf" of theae pill. II you have been .. SOUTH-B0UND-REAO9OWN! !! '? ... .. O!! !!!/ OLIfAU! !! .
.' .... l -- ,...JiI .._CA. 5* -1"
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[ .. : Ien Who we5.( .. .. 'George C. :Mlln the preacher-actor DRINKING! TOO MUCH, No. DOlE KB No. ..ON!' ..:-9" 'si-A.1'Jb: s' .a.;."" '" MmIB 'tfi>.*'''Ki< *' <>:SB'NO.' os
!' \\II! l b,911 tiliWtdT'ttaiuletVtHi.: the- Tabor Grand they will promptly relieve the nausea, [ Dally I l>ully D."y I nl3Leit4ha, "
BOld ( -- -
;, !'r. knu: ifRl %i fyeiffer": the box'\were: overtaken..bxJLwjiuutLThose. -' Opera house. lust night. He played: It BiCK; HEADACHE ] upberJojnp9y\ ? ( ''II 1ft 820 p1 400 I' U 00 'II! sue 1..J"rkHOnVllh'T: : M'''- 7'ts-p 7 40 .184P s'

I., : .who ran. to C"'. it -.,.'o"k.' "-IIi>n>er>a Weekly.r unilnervousneMwhich follow.,restor. ,? .........i... 4211 P 0:11I: S ..-.........i *' ......bU. Jackson flia..Lv\ T 3 i I.......... 1 83
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; 880 640 llOM .006 sl "HI.A'.lIuu. 0 'J ill u, 0 40 1.0110
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thai mountain! tin-nine nioukeys; those the appetite and remove Bloomy feel.Ings. Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near tbe depotat ..........P.. 0 10 'i 11 a .....".....I .. ...-." .Ilil,' llnu....... .... .. r. MI' .. .B UB s.
", .1 ..who pip the-wutcaj flab.\ The ChliiaIf. --- -.-..--. ----.- Elegantly sugar coated. DeLand with best cypress and'yellow pins 1020 I' ((1 87-P.I-IIIJ!! "I 016-i, -V..I"H. II"'k".T, ..If_W5..I'i', O..X'! 21B
;p .. .. mu.. l'lIInlIl' I I -'u. Wo Substitute. i 7rp T (JJ 1'111 "r.IU( III II I Ar.-V:: ::: :: ;1"k"," .. .........I.I.vI/ OJ I I' .U I I'. 00 a .
.. .' ". E1CU1riCeC"Udutioe Notice. Lumber 4 ..!. _.I' ()(_) h !,v............ lultuu.a. ......... .Ar 7 OJ! ,|l' 7I)_u .7 PO a .
'I'b'w. :::
e,N IIYIf E\\0 a >Ii Is bweb riven that -ll creditors, Flooring Ceiliiig/MOulflings4. : ........... T M PIIll.\"I..W I .... I Ar........... I- ,iIJIl") ii I' ';-' .........I.v t "I"(''l-|I',"I(" I .'......... ..........
:. ia "' lP! ga: I a IIIKat....., distributees and all Notice of final -\ ._!' I."n' I".u ...........,'! T M.|l" 7 !!' L2.ii22., _
... !. 1Is .cMeewdngeng" .fl4hepftmbea! whomsoever having claims or demands persons :Notice Is Discharge. i.... 18 pl2tf I' ......"..-.I J.v.-..-...-.-.-.-. .-. /0....," .. .........I.v 4 ,J ""I',. 01'1.1'1.4.16 I ............

) be e ltSJ ,nOOv.Jt. against: the estat vof( tbe-Jate Edwin P. OsKouitive Exacutrloes: hereby! given of the that'last the Will undersigned and Shingles, Latbs, "fEte. : :::::::::::: 82 40 p pl2:l-J 9i ill I'I, .::::::::::: I :: :::::::::::. luuiutl;:::,:'::, :::::::::::::: :: 4 4 10 SO! ::'::::: ::: ::-- -4 4 :n w a..::::::::::::

t. ., : .t1 to the ntrvb7requiuetl to present the Testament of Frances A. W.Shinier will .... 21 ,l' ........ II ti 'ii I........ .-.- ..-- 1.1 ISI
ame undersigned within one yoar on tbe lOtb day March \. I D. 1006 present I All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick:; Cement! ; etd'; jtftomptly delivered! it ---------7- at lIJ' t:. loll 1J a ( ...:'.... "-. 4 I IJ I'-I 42- '
.., ; from tbe date hereof anowhere in the 11 100 lj4t: ) ', .?...o\.J. lIr.J ,l.Hlus: I I'----,
tbelr final I I'
aooount as such Exeoutrloeatogether city. !: !
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." \ leland. Fin., N ov. IT: K'OR. B7 \1' I 10 '\'" ''''. -.. 'i'l\\ I'
: 'V'. C D.ORIA" ADA P. 08GOOD Lee c with the County vouchers Judge, to tin of Volusla Hon. J. .. 12 20.i .I Hit!. .' ..;!. ...l'ti'otut.: :. .. ./It,.... 321 I I'' 31 1st ., I
2' i SVKAH M. 8TILEH. Florida 'I JO 2t" 1IThL .5 Iui .I i .j '$ i'I. In ""un ", iuiu.flu tlrj
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Kiecu: County at bis olllce at DeLanJ, 10 ta .......J I IJ ', 1 U ,
trices of the Estate of E. P. Oaxood an a 'i'+ : ''J w. I' I' 0 I'' .649
Por ,Children '. Florltls and ask for a final discharge aauoh DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & 'Novelty WorksJ. ;l 104* .'IIHII'tfl&IO.-"I.: Ii O<)!..1 I :!' "" ,:_'!!::.': !Ii!11') ,p.' JYO.,16401'. 6 40 -'
1 Exeou trlee.. '' f11
: 4f .JVoliee, of Adnlnlntratlon.- iTBo ;| 1)801|i| 14'1)"i I' d II ...........'.,. Iii 1'18.3' ; I' 2t-fsjisi at
I. Thi i KirtdYou' HayrAIway Bought : ; WlNONA 8. SAWYER, ........./ fa i i 2 1:1:: I I' I : 'A'1': 2 II !,I': ..........! ? ,.........
.. .. :Noll Is hereby, given that the undersigned Jicasm HALL \MILKS, r list.) ..9 mT ,rl4t/.I4l.c: 5 J l li. 143 Jfi
.. Ir t,.j ,i-.trf. j T. OAIRNS! Hropri' : arid l Manager. 1\\ _I jjd..i', : :! : : HJi" I- __ IB .a
I, :Beara, .t has 'been appointed administratorwith ISABBLbH 1>. tilZZBN.Exeoutrlces 80 i. 9 -....-... ...,............ : iIaf'a: II .J'a ............jTT.[ :......
'l .!/. the will annexed of the last will sod 20 all -JO 1110 l) (0
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testament of Eliza Manning' dei of the la.tVIII and Testa- DRESSED I.'L 1 _",'''=' tl\SESSilJiEfl: __: _" I_!..! '!! aI
eased, .
[ B1p veol anda mentor Frances A. W. Shinier decea s.\.\ itI 2 8 k/41-1' J.s 2 r.* I 40 a'ias
1. I' *
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., I. I creditors, lag tees and distributees nndII e< L1w'IMBER _.........1111! p1 3.1 i ,.: ........... ..:,..!.*..... S .u! <,..............J.... I a; !.I'i''...... ...!I'!| I 0'') a1I *..........
ni-rsons having, claims or demandi This Augus 81. 1901:1: AND ROIJGII ,...........Ill t"J ph 8 Ill' ......J/.kl.o.( ; ....-..-. I 111: I I' ......--''H68 ............
; It" :' ..... against said estate will present tbe same to $ _.-......I------------I 8110 .....1.0. k"uo: !110101. .... I 11 l |I', > 10 p'' ......'.., ..........
.. I tbe unilerslgned within two years from this ---'-- "C ............Ill 00 nIl 4 i II I -, ...........FuuI; tlIl------------. .1 I'} II |I' ............,.I.I.)2JIJ ) s........

: ,,4Ii' '"Dimb.'J"Doctor ; .. dnts or tbe same will be forever barred. Citation for Administration Door Ceiling Frames, Flooring Newel ,Post Siding-, Turning,)Scroll Sawing, Moulding1-Window ant ::::::::.Iim 112 56 io : : 2l l'.1) i:::. : :: : ::: :: ::::::::". 1 I.'i I,::,.,,"I.uu, ,::o:..:::::::: :: :I I nj ro ii a ..:..:.:::.':I II 13 I 1:7 UII : p'a;'. :::::::: -

.J' r. don't you. think, tb"kt''rdw Dated this Deo. 6, lutio. In the County Court Volusla County Balusters' 'Mantels Turned 'Porch.Columns, etc. t\\ ............I t 46 al 641 I ..........-.-1. ,, II I I 11 I H .......... l I") lit I' ........ '
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.". i 'ALKXANDER MANNING. Florida the Shedding for Groves and Pineries. Ktf-Cratea/ and Box Material a specialty j 420 'I 200 .1 000 "I----------- ......... JodI 10 11"IJ I 1.) |p i it) list, ,p 62. 4.1 '
$' :J. : 'ayetertWbeaith7re" Administrator wltb tbe will annexed. By County Judge of said Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of 'a building- \ -----.1 2/: s 620 -". ........ ... '\ 0 22 a .... ...... o r.7 P .......
j! "Vest *r .net t -Boitimoro Whereas, \V Sbuffner fans applied, to this DELAND '1 _..........i 2811 a 0211 I ......... 'itt 1.1 s .. ...... 0 J8 p ......J.*
,f'. j fetoln." Jewish Comment.2l Notice of Final Discharge Court for Letters 01 Administration, with : :: FLORIDA.Pipe'tittfrig _._....l !/46 a C /Itt ....... .. ,'' 10't I s .....,....u Ill piq' .......?
J !p' .1" q' -l-. 't 1' r ''. 'he Will annexed on the Estate ofOrrln 8 >:.: _.......i 8 H a Tot"i .. :: I I. ..u, \, .''S. .... ...... l 0 loll> pjj........
Nolloe I ........... p- .
8 7I .
Is hereby given that the underSigned Payne deceased, late of raid. County ofVoluala. .S \'
k In tb > :eonutris.idejroted to ancestorS Executor: of the last will and lest. These are, Ihi'reloro, :/ ;; Tfn/'rbblmg:/ ) .OpI ""', e S5'.a.4. .s.sa'rsdF.4. msttat_ ..Is WOHlf'TO".M ?
woreh1p. iudlrld.unl-.| of- the'present mentof Dr. J. B. Coulter, deceased will on 10 cite und admonish all anil. singular the I 4 I I and C 57--. +4w5 5- 1... P4'e-lia5eli-uOu55' _-(_ "r-fior? p
E tering spbiiting.
}; v do*. no\.qouu{,. jjle.doen noteven ezJ Ihe 2nd day of July, A. I). 19011 p'esent'hlsfled kindred antI creditors ofsald! deceased to be ECCLES S mat ...... .. .t (.Ui. ... ....- -,.. ........ WH' ppq.p! ? : \
account af snob Executor, together S"d. before tbls Courton or"before the repaired wells and j ", .. '-' 'I 1 .... 7 .
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; : County Judge of Vulusia County, 1 otiona If any tboy have, to the: Krantlnvtiers toorder.:., .. Repairing1, alt ::-_.I a : :; '!" : ......... ;.I''.'_' _..5 ,, '' .II.. I ... .: Ol It; 5::' ::; ::::
: Florida, st his office at .Demand, Florida' i I aforesaid, otherwise the will u'll$1lj..C ) ::4 .
: > at name kinds .. .
Satisfaction
:: i ihbOOKloISotl} (, and>ak for a final ldlscbsr as such Execu be itraoted as pra. >ed. TiH3mith & Plumbef. guaranteed, '-.1 a so a 7 9)80 : : ::::::::.I..M'a.' :u" ': '. .: I .. : : H"I:; .', I': Ii' ''p

,: or. K. U. (COULTER' Witness my name as County Judge of Lie, ... 00 .. I. II ,. I I. ... I i\'l. I li.I i I' '". .
Executor of the last Will and I IT. ....A-------8- . ... .. .
'estameat'fill. < I '
1 Dr.4- E. Coulter deceased.' nunty. aforcsaitithie I2tb dayoCIc'ebruary. Shops next door west of bank. Ihdi; ) .. Avenue... ) .,. h.t.j. ,I ..t.Uh'd. ; )p' '"' : :; ,
:m.1.. January IDA; Jlnfl'! ii.rl"('.n a" I 11""H! rkJ.7t 71. '..,.. .e 1 1.1.-u I I t('no' "n I 1".1"" .":'. 03 UJ.I .
: : Op' Tlil 2Otb day of 1006 J. LICE M'CRORY -- Daily excel.t>'hllll.y., ,

J&>ticeof Final. Discharge County Judge. JONDKN-.ED _C :. ).!.IIJ:7! : : ..JT.1. ; :' 7 i;!..; .!1I1lJSfI'; :'T':! iuusr ,,ITHBOUND

,. Notice of Application for Tax DeedUn- -, No:'23' 'Na 27tk0.: ; T to. 'Pd7,5.. : : : ;tau.: eoT .. t. W
.' f Notice: hereby given. that tbe imilcrSlKDud der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof John B University r ir >
Stetson : r C.II
Daily Da'y hitti'II '
... Administratrix of the fistatfl f Cy- Florida .- I --/- -.J..5-ru7..._. -+ -u--p-S j; I.'. 1t.c.c. ,.ao.l_.. $ 0011nrro-... ; 011, Sii.l .
", SuuiVaea'sdouener4.wihi fit ( : ] 01Ibe 10th day. N tloe Is hereby given that Osloen Turpentine : Lvisckaonville S (01 it utwi t. 'itt .' 1"I 111, V'l. a r'. "i.. 3.i.e I' i 1'11." "W fu.:; K 0 jj; I 0 p -
\ fyniutxxA.P. UH. .:"iib'Admmtal..trllt.1006 preSent her to tbe final Hon BConiinl Co purchaser ol TaxCenldoate No.SH4 Ar SL Augiustlnu'! \ U to. .c In tu'. a lOtrHfir. ,l' i.I'j! "0-t It : g 10 p ,v U_! IO p't ;
dated
ihop.in me nral>l.-t'JUfI'Y'J'ItI: e I or Volusla u'ollnt,, | 7th day of June, A. D, WO, DeLand, Florida. : KO 7 f .p-- 1 \? ; (n. iaiNo. sat'N.Csiry D2IIN"I"I: -
b..III.d said 1 eorllUoates In mvollloe.und basmade NO TBBOtJND '
: ftZtVOhIiC PlorliliH' ""* Ills etude'" si DeLand Florida 'lJlO'1 '" 1 .
known. Only mnmpIo deed I yl for to issue In n
application tax
,ami "<*.tn* anal socordanoe -I __ .. ._ .
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snd Brat-clans woffc tamed a discharge.J i I j f I. : :: ::( I j 4Lv
J'. S -eus.-'-I hirvdntey with law "Said,. certificates embrace ] | 1. -- ---ul -Tl TU- r --
added to plant asa his, August 9th, 11MX5 AFFUIATfOWITI-I U .5. A IlltnlftlnoIO! V e 'HI*> M 'Ii- my the described UNIVERSITY OF
t? LOUISE. WATERS. county following, Florida towit.SJiseH p.opertyloVoln.l. THE HICACO.' .ck."nville..[ 7 HO p...!.!10LJ'l!- ,?,!!2.J't I "* I. >J IUJl4! :! } :.0;' ". ".10 S_\?) 8 ti !

j Administratrix.nfur exo fill a n of B B see 12: tplOnraiiite COLJ.IIGE: OF LIBERAL AEM-Thestilti-U-ds& 'a're'inoae'ol ttie UnYversit/( ,"- rsIn&COflS0P4 eveleulv' ..lv of lll.in., '" ,1'n.1, c' 't,01fluro;; '+ '>: .'
of Stetson's : \boacnes) opffrahHl uu UKMU ,",1".011 \\Iuo.i no oMr.i "r KJHI S i.f*t iMulmrgui 'II''
81. Culoaifo. graduates reoulve. tlisli les'-rroin both- Htetsbn and .._sir5l _....
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". 1 d.I ;: ;:- : = --
Tbe said. land< being assesed at tbe date Chloano. I' .f'-i'' -" r- -. )
| \ .wlth us. of tbe Issuance of such certincate In the COLUEUE) LA.Oroiluatet'ol this COllege "ra.Imluoo, to prsctioa .' (," ;::' v d't"dhuzi/I "".' "" "' 1.11'I' 'ltt
name of O. W. Dlckson. Unless said oertltt. law In Florid without examination': .. v-J '.' J. ,"".0. .""" .,,,111 ..:W" .oJ} :\ 1)lrll "" I 11
[NJow'ii the time. cute shall be redeemed according to law, Cs)LLEI1H UP TRW>JOI.OiY-( Maulmnlo Civil Electrical Enatneerlnz! O.ly Only ..,, '.:. ..:.: 'J,._ _.J, .-L- I!!' t. y .. ; 1':' .'
,. tax deed will isaue thereon on the i'ltl;! day and Mannul, Training courses hem Unit to d>ixreos. fins now\ building, costly p l Ii"'i "jI') I'Th t TT:7:::::: "." .......111., ..:.. At TtThfl_ \ i h :tTj, .... ,
\ :''oj..:, cash for losses. 01 Vebruary, A D 1IKW. efjnlpinRnt. .t'.v-. .-' -* .**> ,. 4h.4IrIO 4 .i %li-m-lI_' ........ ,, _. I, 50 r..
grot I' ". Witness my official signature and seal COLLKaK) OB1 BURINE- i i'tusnung' | In all Its branches. Book-keeping bf) :45 p'10 OIl a' li H is 18 rh :\.111". Iuarl ,:::::;: In II his/ al' 4 411 p..:::: ::::: \
U should beproeia'." j this the 2013: day of January A.. D.. 1006. beat matliiiUs.- Kluotive: courses opon In- other, Jupartments.. .' Large faculty and 100 p'UtO ..l.i.S '..:.':' :'Il' !!.r:'=-r.v: .. s ii "Itt 4 1 aG p .. 1 .
oornnvxliocis building u tp sul' 4 "
Oyou.. jnsu'red? Circuit Court Volusla 8AML D.JORDANClerk County, FlaNotlce PRKPARVrUBV.CAUe.MY! -Oraduatea prepared( to.ente" Harvard: ..,.,..qgWiSU.4u4tt--.ii.: .! .L .. .. .eLL1L ;
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1 of Application for Tax Deed Inac. 2. I'rlmaryaad. Grammar School (k'u a'pafoleluijdlpg..1bl.! \ .*soiiool. t p tolullv .. i *
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Under Section 8 of ,
Chapter 4888
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your policy expire? -A. UO 000,00 plpa iMr iin'adnaen'planos.nseparste build
Laws of Florida.' ing, I ir"e faculty thorough ouurnesqf. studv. >i .'.., ..:14 tit... '/. t .. .. 1 .rhr e.ili" '"U..ld{ i'il ;

|I. >our policy ID force? Notice Is heieby given that L J Billings, ART SCHOOL-New:: tl O"L tlvouat : mrxlols. eto.: ,, ,. Tndl.\ Iu. hargp! I'a en.n"t!..... !Norrniafe! P: j
Stetson bas S .
baser of Tax Oiirtlllcate No 11X1 dated a faculty and' Inatrudtnre.'Taef hoM degrees .
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from the UniversIty IOaIO.f'd.: ; These. ?imli-1'ab'ea4lue, .'lie. ePn't' ..II..."? ....r_ .,,;; f ,". -
Telephone number tbe 8rd day of Jtne loot baa filed said car oCC Yaiae l |)*rtn J"\ItJL.qlumbtaJ\, ) UDiver.,: I tn ni-rlvn fit nml' I'Onrt
aixteen.fr tlttuain In my office and bas made application slty of Pennsylv mis; Bryn.. Mswu.B-mkn'hl.; ITnlv rxlty ol Michigan, Dennlson. from Hie. eroiM .lAjl..rtii.. but. Iliolr tlrrlnl ..I.e, tlMMInflu. ..tt5I a. ..... : us-stujeod; Ii.
aON pRA J : : for tax deed: to issue In a000rulanoewith and other Cniversitles., There *re i>v,>.er f."Uiwpn' .nl f_hlrt to*,u..:;j I uyutttr.ouyeq '"r. 'uf-uoueu4fiis" d'3rfmuI.. ... ..

law. Said certificate embraces the nearly quarter million dollar end iwmepi i ,. ndowed.llb..o, ,. ofiovsr tnOUO: For Copy of tho U) M. 11" J "lr\JJ.'J c.j\ f.tr1r
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volumes a beautiful C""IlhlnlC.lnolulIal stained \ (
following described" situated laVolunUoountr ; ebapaIwithensLiv glass l .
property
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-rr. lnlA f = .:.. "" ..rlda. lowltV"X -. Windows, Toll paintings a $10 OOOlWtpT) orvran V'a Oynnasluol 'ltb'am/l"'le/ :((4 .'. El-:1..iE.t.1C: ; ; A .E T:." ) C
\ of ne34 of se-(, seo 81, tp IBs, r SOe apparatus, an enolns d Athletic Field .running .tr/v ,k..t o.iil, coqrtaa.ebIii; ; .
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i?" '.t .c...,.tetson..... and DeLAnd., .. The ..Id land being assessed at tue dale Ulanionil, \ and gridiron brsldes ...Imml....., "olr wing and Other sports; sepa.A 'J.D.'R4HNEI. .Asst.fl4.i'l+ 1.!>:I ...MtL1' S t :
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of the Iss ante of such, certlnoate lu the rate hulldluxs men and womtfnj; lnrue'tH'MiriiiAHej! '1'b l1>fstry. .. .
.' Jwbeels from vehicle. We take ont no name ol Blllli I 'KS A Brant. Unless said lea, BiioleiltilOKy: Mineralogy and Blplony; severl., I luueg,,u.\lII tesndteblp5,,,, ,, '
f atnlM, rob no paint or barn your'felloes4witt uertlnaste I shall be redeemed '; tu electric II,ibis eleotrio hells steam heat cement w,I.., shell roads, broad ave.nibs. .. : _.o mjj. ;'
,s; > a hot tire. Come and see 1 ll work law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 21M spacious campus, sbi. ibbery anil, trees| 'ool""', literary anJ-other elliileIH', ..wo'"N Y 'fm; :
laud yon will never have your Tires set a day of February, 11100 nlubs" ; Slftr lecture eotiraottChrisiiflq.. snd. not ,"c(arh'I.*.teaching.- -X40; lucalloli. '. nu adaIl1S. I' ..; ..
,, 'otsgain. Witness my official 1 signature and seal I Is beautiful and hCBlthftll/ snd' tan..'ltrearf' -\ low ,. I ,
this. 20th day of oI..au.ry,1906 ; For eaulojrs. views loldsrsauU iMdrdiiCiluii.WMreiis. th fbsnktbg' for your patronage In .wl nF.-: !san .f! I }
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continnanne in SAM'I. D. JORDAN. LINCOLN' l1ULL"4 j KI; 1. 'Pr/.t/ P 1 ;FjA9 : 5' uc I ta Bu4n.I role.", 'ii
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla Uiunty:. Pla ... .w.,4, .. ... .5,54 easer' CC resale,.,Wtho.b.. .nerueiy, 0.-tera'mat.1.eweee'irsniy I I '*'" ..,
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7 -r'l *= Notice of for Tax Deed u. f' "" '-oi" "...4 ..r.o.n
Application UDder
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Section 8 of Lawsof f W1 nJr rn'n': cm' m", .'. ':.=:.:: I
Chapter 4888 IIV .. I I .
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4ih1JZ.13nn.a ; Florida "HEII lh1J tan !a 'PII .ad.ur..a.. .
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Notice is hereby given (hut; Win D HrobaerDurabsaerof a. J.rA; ...'I..d.. '."I. I... S '. ,...
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ohteifl U.C. ead Vr4 Tax Certlncste Nosa; dated :I p.xea.'aai.se_ -! ". f ... .
2nd day of June, HKia. bas ttledssld ....111. The great ", sad toulff 1'8II"' """ "" e"a"f iwedutem" 1 a-, I. .. ..
oats In my office and bas made apt4kmlk. ; strength anilvilaUt ,, tild CYStolfl' .,"y re'law'-thLnoriflCt.igo,. j I Y : ,1t.lu' I ri. .
far tax deed to issue In aowinlaae. with brlnll1(D.II'healtb.al1 b."PIt..1: Ccpdosesfualln*.> Sbt'hgeeayhdrdggisi&" 1 .b 0''. : .,'I' =
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iew. haiti oertldoate smbraoefc the blowing r or we will mil"\I,.ecu....., ,r1II'tr.d JAI'BIr>& ol.JIf .'\00 pe..lid.. ::! .. .. ,
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described property situated la Volula 'c 0 bo.... foIr f .oo. .>>,,;t lUott. eti".,.. Car. : e .Pf 'P'Oyd Sl 1..dl"W>or tfiUlyl ua.fr Iliarntiini> .iM-Mal'1..1. .a4 oiW sJo',.
t eounly, Jfl., towltr -:" I' ",$ ac1.'1e''Luie1.Al ;te irr.t ramac1f \ .. PEr? f raii *inwu> nm fron W Ou
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.WUIIama-Indian Pile- said land bring assessed at the date MOTT'6' i't Ii ti am ntI'' I.' ft j ;;-- ***oome'\fesii- ctt:( r rp.a .urt..i; t, W ., ,'ft'., I, .:l u:;..t' .
a $ cure ilfind., of the I.........* of suoh. rtlMosl.. l. tbs _, NNYHIITIII ltEST1Ie.II'Irftlrut... and'' 1 '.. .' It.... g ; o. ..:.'.: ,L
Md Iwulng name of Samuel ".uwa. Unle.a sM our- .. t0ns.lnpr 'd'.w.,. ., 'I..n P" ..,. .
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ii absorb the tumors Ufloate shall be redeemed ao cw1IIjf" law. andoa nIgh ,'.pain, .. : / .t.r'b ur ....
Pr Itching( Ivaa al Instant ouo>.MM re* deed wi II Iseua theresa on kW jtfth day "of tn ."" "J: .r-w.NI 8AVBl 8'. to tfla at 1 ;;,... IC. .. '\.<< : d.7.r.g.. ;,. :: 0'c'

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