The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
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System ID: UF00087347:00113
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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f ( ATTORNEY a\>LAW a COUN9ELORr-AT, ",'I THE CORRESPONDENTS.RECORD OFFICE BY ITS I In justice to yourself and family you cannot; affprd to ''

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Will Practice DeLand. In- State- and Federal 1 Pierson.Mr miss the great sale of the McElroy stock. Prices are tumbled -

Courts for N.Infants and Children.Castorla '' N J Ohlsnn now owns- and drivesa '

STEWART & BLY, fine plantation horse bought last from their pedastals and all of this dependable merchandise -
Is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric week. ,

AT-LAW. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is 1'len.Hiint. It
ATTORNEYS contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic j The people here have stopped bragging '

in Bank Building, DEL AND. substance. It destroys Worms and allays FevcrixlincHH. over our criminal court since the record and fashionable apparel l will be, sacrificed'w, ; th-
Offloa ,
relieves Teeth
Pontoffice.DAYTON A It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It :''of last week.
Branch office over ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the I .
'IDon't 1
and natural Bleep. | J J Baullson of Little; West .
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy Egypt
k Cary D. Landis Bert Fist, The Children's 1.unacea-The Mother's friend. 'Pierson, is having big pork cured at out witholding any of it.

LANDIS & FISH The Kind You Have Always Bought I Stetson this year. ,C/o/ '

ATTORNEYS and COUN ELORS- Reynold Farrell and Hermon Pye hesitate. Don't falter. Come before it is too late.
AT-LAW i Bears the Signature of _
went to the Horn Lake for fish Friday '
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and caught 13 trout
DeLand, Florida. "
Will Practice In State and Federal / Civil Engineer B B Minshew of the

C.a_. Courts. : mercantile firm of Harper & Co went to AMERICAN SALVAGE COMPANY* .I' '
Special facilities for examining and Jacksonville Monday
perfecting1 land titles .
Mulligan guards; Bedford Jones and At McElroy's Old Stand, 412, 414 Boulevard.

J L. MOCRORY, In Use For Over 30 'Years. Frank Pnrdom of DeLeon Spring

.( 'H-nN'OU. CC."N' YY .."....efelR, MlW YO.a lIWfniproved champion trader, were here Monday.Rev .

ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand W A Lowder, a gifted, faithful] .
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TO WIN POPULAt111 T-. servant of God, preached Sunday'iuorn-
Train Service Via Atlantic
Florida. | ing and evening in the Methodist --- -- --

Coast Line. Have a good time but never lot fun church. Civil: War; who is the industrious floor Glenwood. Watered Talk.'
Wrlithl, S. B. Wright, Jr Into license. I 1-----
lllai B. degenerate
and artificer of the courthouse
At a horse traders' convention held manager
The Atlantic Coast Line and its I talk in railroad stocks is
& WRIGHT.ATTORNEY8ATLAW. con Rejoice as genuinely In another'ssuccess j
WRIGHT Fort Justice. Last
i here Monday Justice Jim Cade and Saturday our '
sections are now operating solid through as III your own. Mrs J B Conrd drives a handsome new 'pretty heavily watered Itself Is shown
Sheriff J G Cade welcomnesa being worn out to a small:
trains from Jacksonville to Atlanta vie Deputy purchasedeach horse the of statistician
Learn to control yourself under the by report a Washington
NOTARIES PUBLIC WaycroHS. Tlftnn' and Macon with : a fine plantation animal. vestige we were mnsted ont at noon and,, "I.
hrongh coaches to Nashville, and Pall- most trying circumstances. we left the problem for other; Everything( is moving along in the ,, which has just been Issued. Even
Office at Telegraph Office. nan Buffet Sleeping (jars to St Lonii-j, Hare a kind word and a cheery en- Capt N S Lindstrom, architect, and workers soon and the lance 'usual' quiet way and all busy the reports of the Interstate Com-

DELAND, FLORIDA md Chicago couraging smile for every one builder of DeLand accompanied by hie corporal super i Mrs Montreville of DeLand is the j!meree Commission fall to back up the

Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic j Meet trouble like a man, and cheerfully Interesting family, visited here last numerary. :wild statements which''' some people
guest of Mrs J B Conrad this week I
J E. ALEXANDER, -OlOllt: Line dally, at 9:00: P M, ann I I endure what you cnn't cure. week, guests of Capt Peter Pierson and :,have been circulating. The last re-

irrlved Tifton 1:35: A M, Macon 4:40: Believe In the brotherhood of man others. Orange City. Mrs McClim and Miss Martin are'port of tbat body shows' that the
A. M, Atlanta. 7fiO: A M, Chattanooga :land recognize no class distinctions. having the Haines house repaired" for j
i j ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I:1A P M, Nashville 8:53:/ P M, Evensville -" Capt J Bishop, the hustler, formerly aggregate capitalization of the railroads -
I Do not be self opinionated, but listen Air J H Fassett left last week for his
1:33: A M, St Louis 7:08: A Mind of Bakersbnrg, bas purchased a resl- rentMrs : in this country IB twelve and
Office' in Brush Block. i with deference to the opinions of othera. home in Indiana. Lemon and sister arrived Saturday -
Chicago 0:80: A M I ,lence on Rich avenue in DeLand where one-half bllllona. But two 'and one-
DeLand Florida. [ from Ohio and '
have rooms at Mr
Good connections are mide at Jack Mr D Freeman is having a new fence half billions of this repetltloons
gill Practice in State and Federa i Never utter witticisms at tbe risk of they will reside In future. Rosbrongh are only -
onville from all Florida points thus put around his pretty place on Voluslu due
Courts. iffording the quickest and most con giving pain or hurting some one' feel House carpenter Arthur Bennett Is Miss Q T Conrad spent part of last to bookkeeping, as .the re-

venipnt service from Ibis territory to Ings. making extensive Improvements on the Ave.Mrs week in DeLand and attended Presentation port shows, so that the total is reduced -
DR.: O. A. DAVIS the West Be ambitious and energetic but norcr Willonghby Minshew property in West Keeler, who has been stopping at Exercises. to ten billions of dollars.

benotlt the of the Feu wick, has taken rooms withMlsxMassey Then authorltv who hall I
For further Information Bee ticket yourself at expense too, one
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Pieraon by remodllng, raising and placing Messrs Rosbrongh and Qeddrs are
'igent, or, "Consult the Purple Folder I IUlanllc another.Be been making much of this watered
DELAND, FLORIDA. I it another story high with an tipper into tbe poultry business with a start of t
Office at residence, Indiana avenue,, a* courteous and agreeable to poarch also. A carriage party from The Trues rover 200 head. stock talk figures the cost to' construction .

L Court House. Coast Line Railroad Company '' your Inferiors a* you are to your with some neighbors went last week on at $20,000 a mile, whereas it

Office Hours: I 8) to 12. 9 to 4. and 7 to BMRS. to Augusta, Ga. i equals and superiors-Success.A Mis Georgia Slater an up-to-date a" drive to Camp Ca sadRga. Mra' Sessions and Miss McDonald arrived sometimes runs up to three or four

-- educator and a strikingly handsome) from Massachusetts recently and mile.
Mrs Sues and little daughter Mary hundred thousand dollars a '
M. D. The only through Pullman car to, Truthful Verdict.A highly cultured young lady public have Mrs Niver's for the i
VIDA Z BAERECKE, ,, rooms at rest does
have know
who had rooms with Miss Massev. Competent engineers as
Augusta( Ga, leaves Jacksonville 8:05: ;' clergyman who bad accepted an school teacher of Barbervllle, spent ,of the reason
. A. M dally via Atlantic Coast Line, Invitation, to officiate at Sunday serviced 'left last week for Orlando to remain a even the layman, that $20,000 a mile
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ind arrives at Augusta at 5:45: P M'r| In a neighboring town Intrustedhis Saturday and Sunday here guest of that few weeks A thief entered Mr Andres' house would not build a railroad. With the
service between the ''IUE'eulyentertalner, Mrs J A Harper. afternoon while the
iffordlng daylight new curate with tho performanceof : Some of citizens setting out jTnesdav family wax cost construction running far above j
our are
Office on East New York Avenue, wo point Dining Car between Jack lilH own duties. On returning homehe Mrs Magneas( Pierson and two bright, a\\'avand helped himself to some money this figure, the railroads of the United
onville and Yamassee for breakfast and nice water' oaks for: shade trees. Miss '
DELAND. FLORIDA. children of Cromwell Connecticut and some articles from the home : I
,such naked his wife what she thought < ,'Dickinson, Messrs Laws and Walden rl :States: are on the average capitalizedat

A. S. MUNSON, Evening trains from all South Florida' of the em'o to'* sermon spending the winter in Fla are herequests 'l 1 among the first Dr Wilson and sister of Michigan are only $:>0,000 a mile. There ."Isn't

[DR. clots make direct connection at Jacksonville "It was the poorest one I ever of honest Nels and Mrs Pierson F Last Sunday Mr' and Mrs Heebner, spending a few weeks here. The sister ,much room for water In that. One

affording the quickest and best board," she replied promptly-"nothing ,itnd other friends. Mr Pierson 18 1 sister-' 'Ris In 111 health and hud been a patient at American railway has just built sixty
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. and daughter Grace went to New
: lervlce between Florida and Angnsta In it at oil
,in-law to Messrs Peter and Nels Pierson
St Luke's hospital before coming here miles of road at a cost $4000,000
,.: information Tlcke to friends who per
For further sea Later In tho day the clergyman, meet Smyrna see some were
Office Second Door South of Flsher't Agent, or' writeFRANK lug his curate asked him bow he had if this place and once resided with her' on their way North. Judge Henry arrived a few days ago mile, so that $20,000 a mile representsonly

Drug Store. U BOYI.STON husband here. She Is a young matron from Chicago looking well for one of one-twentieth ot the real cost.
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to f got on."Oh attractive mellow with pleasing !Mr' J W Bronson. wife and daughterare I
District Passenger Agent, very welll"! was the reply. "1 very his years. His eyes are so he jan't Bee When real figures are taken, it becomes
and 7 to 8 p. m. occupying! the Kuox cottage. They
DeLandFlorida.. Jacksonville, Fie illdu't hare time to prepare anything. <>miles graceful, and reckoned among 10 get aronnd much He Is stopping plain that the capitalization is

S. M. Emerson, General Traffic Mgr, so I prourhi-d one of your unused ser the very beautiful women. Stay long, are very to our bleasant winter people population.and an addition with Mr' Wright not high but low. In foreign countries,
W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Mgr
Mrs P rested .
never on a
mons. -Harper's Weekly. your eyes where tbe government owns or regulates
JOHN REEVE Mr W D Heebner has bought the
fairer' land than this
QR. flowery spot. Letter to Rev. -- -- Moniker. the roads, they are capitalized
FIVE SUPERB TUAI3S DAILY. business lot of Mr Freeman and ia havIng
Put Folk and l>lneu... ,
I from five to ten times heavily
If a man kills himself he is called a DeLand Fla more
Fat : less able resist tie a building put on it to shelter his ,
. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, people are to
Three to the East and Two to the West than they are In this country. The
miclde but if he kills his brother he is
via Atlantic oust Line. oUacll'!'of disease/ or the shock of Inju < automobile and horse and carriage. Rev. Sir; In making pastoral visits, of
i ;; occupied bj & called a rnnleycide, and if he kills some't l (present figure here has been decreasing
Office in store recently vies und than the moderately
operations do not consider pleasure
New York and Florida Special leaves t A fire in the pine woods, belonging t course, you your since It is lower on the .
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West me no relation he Is a homecide but now
I thin In life ,
o.'dlnary/ everyday they Ifl
Jacksonville 13:60 comfort where
: pm dally ex. Sunday; Mr Laws, near the Taylor place, ha or or ease; you go
. New York Ave.DeLand Florida and West Indiana Limited lire/ nt n derided! dlHiidvuutago/ points ,in ignoramus official kills hit town and live. But have two iverage than it was In 1880.
Florida. probably done damage as some of your people yon
'eaves Jacksonville 8fi5 am daily; New out the Lomtou Hospital. Their restplrutor.v Bounty, court with his awkward Some people have been favoring
York Express leaves Jacksonville 8:05tm : muscles cannot so easily act milk hornwnggles he becomes the entire,- the pine timber has been. boxed! for seta of feelings in going aboutoMn'th..lp :government regulation of rates in this oJ
it all have But especially
daily; Chicago and Florida Limited, Their! heart Is often handicapped by turpentine.Miss -we you country because they believe that It

DR. H. D. BRACEY, eaves Jacksonville 9:80: am daily; Dixie : the uVpoilt on It, aud the least exertion shebang of tides compounded into one Dickinson ia having the yard formerly lave; fora part of your business It would the railroads from -
ITlyer leaves Jacksonville 9:00: ;;piu daily apenle. You see it Is only in the country sympathy, Well-kept lawns and well- prevent paying
tlirowj them Into A used stable cleaned trees
Through sleeping care to New York,! a perspiration. pel"'IOU" (>f the total blind that the one eyed man as a up, tiled fields, nice home. and nice people, dividends on overcapitalization.
DENTIST. Chicago and St. Louis, also new sleeping limbs and body are covered be file closer In the trimmed, etc. She always keeps her ire cheerful to you, as they are to Out the figures show that there Is on
-an even rear
Jar; service to Augusta, Ga, leaving with iidlposo( tissue Is In the position or property looking clean and neat so as everyone Tumble-down buildings, poor In this country,
Office second story McLaurine Block.DeLand ,Jacksonville at 8.00.a m For Pullman a mar carrying' a heavy burden and toowarmly auks of the shprt tail rt;.-tags. '''to improve the looks of the town. (euces men harrassed by burdens too "

Florl4a.VOLUSIA reservations and full information write, clothed. Ii wavy fur them, overworked women, ,ind that railroads In foreign countries
Deputy Sheriff J a Cade of East Pier- The Afternoon Whist Club will meet
FRANK C BOYLSTON, and dirty-faced children yon may be where tbe government regulates
District Passenger Agent Jackson Barveyltiiv I.antl. ion I is wearing a double father smile at the Orange City Hotel at the invitation trong to get on with; but you would be them, are much more heavily capital-

COUNTY ABSTRACT and villa, Fla The art of laud surveying owes It* these pleasant days. It is a young of Mr' Fenn, on Thursday p m the inure than human to find inspiration in zed than they are here. .Freight

V INVESTMENT: CO. origin to the tact that the Egyptians Deputy Sheriff, born to Mr and Mrs J 23d. The Club met last Monday. at the 'misery rates are from two to three times "

," were unable to keep permanent monu ([} Cede on February 12th, a bouncing Hall and were entertained by Mr \Vm Paint divides the two sorts of people that the facts of the
. rd: For Sale. and other .100't. Or ilgher too, so 3
i Bert Fish, Cary D. Landte. merits ou land which was overflowod aby boy. His limbs are plump and his Clarke. Mrs St John and Mr Clark ne paint per- 'matter are that government regula- ,)
well the
and Treas. iari the thrifty paint ; unthrifty -
,. President Sec'y Au old bearing orange grove, 80 acres every year by the Nile. Under such circumstances wdy sound and he tips the beam at tenpounds. won the highest honors. paint 111. i Ion where It has been tried has meant ;
.>f land, about 20 in budded to It became to capitalization and higher '
grove necessary Jake for little Mrs and Miss Heebner higher
Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. says a gentle- Finney gave a To paint well Is to keep paint sound
be best varieties, each as Enterprise rates. Fifty thousand dollars a mile
Plate and Blue Prints Supplied have some means of reldeutlfylng the with little hair' and teeth and Euchre last to do it I.I ""
Maps, Seedless, Starke'a Favorite, China various of land. The Instru nan as no Military party Saturday p mere are two ways : one m the average is a very low capital-! I.
. Bank. grapefruit and tangerines.; Figs( mulberry piece air complexion he is a sweet marvel of ,m in toe Hall. There were 20 tables, bound to paint often; the other to usecod 'nation for our roads, and 'yet it la the
Volusln County Dud mathematical methods ofI1stronOO13'
DELAND Opposite FLORIDA peach pear and plumb trees. meats manly beauty, and Jake also says helasn't : people present. Several ladies from .{ paint.It ',ilKuru at which they stand today so
suitable modifications '
Honse of 10 room and barn 3 miles with much for but 11:10 which costs about half as much to paint that It Is a physical Impossibility to
use me yet some were present among
east> of Stetson University 4 mile from were used by the Egyptians for land8ur'e'lng. >evoe as to paint with any other paint dud any room for water. }
lay when he wants dime he will wake Mr Cannons and Mrs Gross. The
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF Aqnatio Club grounds One of the (or Devoe takes fewer gallons than
p CITY oldest, most desirable and best paying ip" and fine convenient to have about Hall was beautifully decorated with ,nixed paints and wears twice as long'; Methodist( Episcopal fJlmroU" .South. .

proves around DeLand. Apply to Famllfe Shar Carrlaj.. be premise Dr George Kerr, the festoons of Spanish moss and evergreensof ead-and-oil.,
1 E. H. HAYWARD A curious custom exists lu Genoa. The and comfortable have the I Regular services every Suhb:! ith at 11 ,
MRS H. M. AUSTIN. tttending physician, carried the inothei bamboo and palms. Mrs' St John, thrifty and 7 81)) m Sunday, school at' 10
t in ;
Many of the well to do people as well ,tad her due heir' in Mine Merrifield Major Brenna captured irt of using money more wisely. How r
through elegant
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance do 2 lucky they arel how happyl) i m; Junior KpworVu League 8 praSenior ;
&. Company of America-The Aetna a* those In moderate circumstances shape and both doing very nicely at this. .the most flags. At the close QMajorKingnian Yours Epworth League. 6 !II) p ml; mid-week
, City property Specialty. The Cause of Many not own either horses or carriage report. f took 8 snap shots of the truly prayermeetlng Wednesday, 7 80 p ui. A.
1 No: 803, Boulevard DeLand. Fla. They own only an Interest lu them. company playing cards. F W DEVOE & CoG cordial invitation is extended to all ,
Sudden Deaths.There Four or five or half a dozen great families The following named laddibnck, W Fisher sells our paint these services.Home "

club together and buy a carriage minute men Mulligan( Guard Jurors before Home. ,.,I

Is a disease prevailing In this < and horses; then they arrange among the Criminal Court, spent last '
V. H. VOORHIS, count most dangerous because so decep themselves the day the different faml- We b..la home In a New York flat.
IJ'' "tlve. week In DeLand under the immediate But It was delightful tor all of that.
Many :i i.M will ace ItToo Four we began to roam,
of Jack Turner and Lieut years ago
deaths are caused by j eyes Capt ,
Dentist, l And from that time have bad no home. .'I
It-heart disease, I Edwards, Kurtz and Adjutant Bristol: I
,. Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. r.neumonla, heart)J i Great Strain.. Privates-Mat Zeigler R R Brown, I' We have seen the beauties of a warmer', ;
1 "What Is the runt tub with WeggleT'"Tbe | clime,
r,Hoars:>to : &80 to 13. and 1.80 to 4 are often the apoplexy result ; doctor says It Is brain fag." Powell, W H Cozene, Harry Lee, Berry, P Even to roses blooming In winter time; Made .

= I of kidney disease. If "Just ns 1 expected. I told the dean Smith, T H Frevatt: Hurst Fnrr and have plcl'.od our oranxe from the trees, I
.Ii half rmuvbty
And have been eaten by
I [ kidney trouble Is allowed fellow be bad bettah let his man pick Llnquist. We had a royal hard work'f L flea. ,

I advance the out his neckties for him."-Syracuse good time; we enjoyed every minute we ,
O. R. HUNTERHomceophatic kidneypoisonedblood | I'o rmch. California's Los AnRoV City I '-:1'
Herald. : _
Dli there, with marches and counter
will attack the yv'e went by mil:, wblob I was a pity, -
Austrian Drugs. ital organ or the inarches and reconnoitering In and I Hut to Flot I Wu's warmth seemed east logoBy Have cake muffins and tea bjS.; ->; i
L the Line of steamer which wtnlH ;
practlc'tCjiw: York Located kidneys themselves break down and waste about Fort, where fall justice U fairly Oyde slow.We your ,,
28 City. quite '
yearn FOR SALE "
cell cell.
113 Indiana Ave., 2nd door east,]away Bladder troubles most always result from leak ont to all alike, rich and poor,' met with friend. we can not forget, home-made. They will be fresher, ,

of Lumley' Drug Store. Office hours: .a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is I offer at bargain prices the following white and black, lean and fat, by that The purling from whom caused the heart ,

8.30 to 10 am. 1.30 to 3 and '7 to 8 obtained quickest by a proper treatment of property can use the funds to a betterlvantage well posted, cultured and most highly to regret, cleaner ': i wholesome.
pm. :,the! kidneys. If you are feeling badly you In my business: esteemed gentleman and disciplinarian But we came to Orange City.: Hotel more ,tasty .
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer'. 0 and bath And the happy friend there broke the '
W. C.'CANNONS' Cottage room opposite Judge Isaac A Stewart who was in lonely sell, Powder :the house '.
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and tbe College Arm and facing golf Royal Baking ,
bladder remedy. grounds, nicely'' rented at f6! a month supreme command of the Lodge; with We have two rooms, which are sunny and
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.t It corrects Inability to hold urine and scaldIng by the year. Major Landla, Fish and Bennett on the bright'From wife to produce at home quickly and economically

,, pain In passing It, and overcomes that The building lot near Boulevard aDd 3 gun deck.1 Fairness was rattled ont In' both east and west we get a (KOI.II I
Fine Fashionable unpleasant necessity of being compelled to light,
.. Bus m..u.1I tr.lns.t A. O. L. I 1'epnlHark I f go often during the day, and to get up many on denoe Ohio, Baptist Ave.. adjoining Parsonage: Heath the rest-new targe chunks. The busy, smiling lance At I he table we have !good ,loud to eat, ,, fine,andtastycake, the 'raised -

..... t n.omlng Mud Afternoon: F Iib: times during the night. The mild and the Watt and W. A. Allen residence sUe, corporal supernumerary that is constantly I And like the new'" friends "I- happen tomeet.
V. By. train Itt Orange Ci'J and 1''rbtJ'' ;i extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is' soon shifting his mock stock ont of the.fYostedaayer;
100ft. front 183ft hot-biscuit puddings
train at IA-Land Jin elk,,,. U. Btut ;l::realized. It stands the "highest for Its wonderful [ thankful '.
Home 1 to
both route Hacks meet b..t..t Bi rasfurd I IS nice building lota located about the frying pan into' the fire, made It II swims like am say '.
;: cures of the most distressing cases. 1
Gentle horse. and careful. driver 100 yard east of President Hulleys's easy' for old.>Patsey Smith by giving f Wbluh makes me thankful when pray- cake cookies; crullers 'and
t Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and sold My heart Koe out U- my God In luve, ; crisp;, ;, cnistsr ;; .
Phoiw 3. DeLand, FlsOf ] by all druggists In fifty-cent and one-dollar residence! and the new Johnston house. him the latent box compass "exonned": : !M /l.u..ll'r..y. _w. may all meot,.gain,:, above, :

"-s*'.a i M w i I,l Iliad bottles. You may on Minnesota ana. Amelia Ave $79 to' pan word on the Inside BO he was ex- U HATTm t.Orange PAn..GILLo. muffins with which &e ready made'fc.found ?
"* H have a sample bottle of ,1 .. 4300./ Feb. lace : ; ; : ,i
Pod Your Pro' !'J. J: !this wonderful new discovery 5 acres good 'orangft land near Mo- cased from going shrough'the hole In- City, Uth I '.,
Brlde'* paoklng house 120\ acre choice the-wall'' on the left'with' the other, the 'bake-sh: p ;:
season will be and book that at oa"cn
The open her ( P
Novsm-j I \ I L .' ,
ninth and rollingJand three quarter of .
tall 1\.abo\l.II\ both. champion lads"who work; out
bar first, for shooting quail and hunting. a \ RM.cta.aa.it.ol. Wanted.tandcuokiug : 1 .
and will continue the .wlaterq sen) free by mall. Address Dr. Khmer & Co. a mil suit.from P O.Will sell in quantitiesto .. .Jo epl'1'' re lltti''then;, 1 fast 'Snt; i 0'0.n"1e'asj ... 'f r .' nat'comparea ... __ ,: ,rr: ,

through : Blnehamton; K.;Y., When writing mention Corned' lot, Coll"lffO'' RrmtMt4golf t'dtltde"to'otit'ho'flce.: with !; to awls* la hooM work JOt -;' "- __.
Ton ihonld post Jour property If you'ri F' leading; this generous bltai la this paper.Don't facing 68x200ft Best,lot ra' the'city. .Hat1 l oft tnaV 'naiored.'brave'' 'old tor''old oonple. ODJ'WO. m: ">;
wish fl'OlD tnMD.Mfn grounds, : .,, good ; ; I home Royalis the greatest 3f:] a ? "\
to bop par&Ja. >.> r. ia family.;' 'Werk Ugh$,, pleasant. .
mistake but .
remember dersti'Veteraa'D ,
l any e8-doat LVlethaY" II.' a '), ;. ;'L> ,
Also post your groves and truck ,farms f: ,the name. Swamp-Root Dr. Kil- J. T. CAIRNS ,'Ad.dhMo'l ht 'ilny "'" 'rl.r "h 'Jri!
who followed the flag f.the'tn'lHriohlngth ;I ," j
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'Ton-ean vet .tnIpMe.a.."ibisetc. "mer'* -8waIUpRoot, and the address ) / A. T. PA'rrrtzA'Oetnool '' ." or/<.

.JM ,nawOQoJolJl.: fcfc*.. .*-*-' ,kBln :NY on every' bottlr, .n. Flit'B.gim,u't for 4 tean'crtirtza,0,0,I Di.. ._ $-wAi. BAKUM rowou oaMn yM. ''I''\'.,

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'1: Y YOLIiSIA' RECORD.1 .. .... heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. John B. c 'f4J\NH
C' ::", .!lfiifj; $tr .e :Stetson: ,. his estimable wife, and'the

c : other members of the bereaved family WATTS & MILLER i

in this hour of their deep distress J "
Entered In the Foe+.omos at DetAnd, Fls.J and pray that He who doeth all things .

t. ," r time.well may be their comforter' at thto'j-|'' HARDWARE FURNITURE i .r.. f c;

.. Proprietor.! .
0. B. FBRRIS, A. J. FARE AH, M ,

--- --" -, .. f i J.,ARCHY SMITH A, R. BAUDER
"r ,'
diehard Mansfield talks, )out ''' S STOUUIST ,

retiring. This is .a trait .of Mr.]!, CLUB. ACTH Committee: '* LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF' IIARDWAltE'F R1i11.ftII!'

Mansfield's character that no ones, rrt A nitnrn and Everything for, your home, tile Best and, Latest in
: i noticed before. 0::I yyyr'tt' the Market and our prl es"are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for ilo!:
n ever 9 ,.j h f' #3 xJ tn Regular Session Resolutions or, Hnn-olHHS Goods we-carry. '1Onr| Furniture.Department is three i
: } Y doors north], 'of our Hardware Store and.when In need of anything; 1 hi .
; heaped are Adopted.At ,
After his Olucago experience I our lines we will take pleasure] In showing yon tlirouKh"eitbe.' '. department -
:if '! Hon.:J. Ham Lewis is (conviiiceilg II I 3 t a meeting of the Tourist Club of We have' the goods you need and will satisfy, yon or, your,

DeLand, held this twentieth day or'. money back It

that if justice blind.is not blind, slio|j L F February, 1800, the meeting was tall'' Careful Attention given all. Mall,Orders; I ""J .
must be color .
1 ed to order by' President Redman., .

fi! 1 B an on motion of E. 0. Cole a committee -, UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. tit
Both arilMre. J
Ii)! Poultney w ;
of two was appointed by the presy,j Mr J. A.. Stith a graduate J
; 1.1InoMorris have decided:1 Ident to draw resolutions on the death j of one of the finest Embalming] A -R ti .... z

,r' v, that as.an. advertising medium\ of Mr. John B. Stetson. The President! Schools of the country Is in

:,; K 1" the Administration is a rank': appointed Rev Dr. A. A. Zabrlsklej, charge of this department and '
will\] five prompt and careful" I
', failure. > [T rod Mr. H.. J Donnelly, and the following -\ Attention( to. every detail of thlc t'a a'

r.ti resolutions were read approved work.

,, tOne branch of the Ameril.'llnr] : I Funeral
ti Supplies
Whereas, the Author of Life and
Oriental trade that ,l has not. ,been
Death has closed the
earthly career
: hurt the boycottie i Always in Stock. ,
,, : the-expoI.t// of the late: John B (Stetson: ,

1.., w of Chinese antiquities from Con-, Resolved that the Tourist Club of .

l' .' netlcut. r DeLnnd, Florida, representing members t
J it Ip IpN Ipt from all parts of'the United --.- --

'"1 The trouble with Senator Pat States desire to express their sorrowat .....-

1\\, terson seem s.to'.be: that he can the loss of this great and (good man.

( I not maintain\ \ harmony with his!: Be it further Resolved, that his KLICKER BROS 'a';

tar sympathy with education, the better- .',
party if it has anyone.in it except t+
,. ',ment of the working classes, his Interest -
: Senator Patterson.. I
Merchant Tailors
in public improvements, entitle

hIm to the continued gratitude of the
If the House really wants tilt< '
nation.Be \

coerce the Senate of the United it further Resolved] that we extend Three Doors South from Fisher'S, Corqer

I" States on the Kate Bill, it should our sympathies to the trustee.

have the Appropriations Committee acuity] and students of the John B. I
Stetson University, which he has cherished We are now located on South Boulevard three doors( from Fisher'scorner
threaten to shut off the JOHN B.
STETSON where we Invite our customers and the public generally to call
heat.. with such abundant liberalityand for bath Ladies and Gentlemen
e'/ and inspect our New Line of Samples,
,. with a non-sectarian and catholic just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always
: Great Britain haa resigned her Died at "Cillen," His Winter Home, Sunday 2:15 P. M. February 18th, '06. spirit.Be /guaranteed you by us. The best material on the market for the mon
!t further Resolved] that we extend ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that give
k self to a break up of the Al- satisfaction. We are prepared to turn. out more and better work
to the of De
our sympathy City than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order. .
,', geciras Great Land, whose best Interests he had al.
S Suits repaired pressed! or cleaned at moderate prices.
has for years been resigned with ways at heart, and which he was ever

her strong status 'around, ,about'iii' striving to beautify and improve. KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand Floirda

Gebralter. ; '. C "" C __ ', __ _' -" __ ,';i: :'!'" ,..... .: ,' -, : ..JI if,1: :: : ; ,_ ,: .-. __. Be it further Resolved] that we ex tsa
tend.to his family sincere condolenceIn ,
.f .3
.nLL.. I the irreparable ]loss
VOlex Engineer Stevens onyt-'- .

+ the Panama Canal can be dug in 'The great and generous: beart of Mr. DeLand In Mourning. I II .the si luicl. Since his re in-t ilemant ho i I Be It further Resolved] 1. that these 7

seven Nobody is disputing John B. Stetson was stilled at 2:10: last I Tuesday morning all the business,), (may have provided for the school, hntf resolutions be published in the De
Sunday afternoon at "Gillen," hi? De- houses of the city were draped as aj [if lie' did yon can rl'stll'.nre.t that t'1\rpl! jLand press and a copy sent to thf'mtmb..rA..f :
that but what would like and Blacksmith
we t< his and also
family spread Orange City Wagon Shop
Land Home. and his noble] spirit took marked of respect and remained so until li a cvndillun! atianhed' to it-that" theme
know is'when the minutes of the Tourist Club. .
the digging' will] upon
its peaceful flight to the other and more after the funeral service. The University mast be other and new material composing --"- .

commence. glorious world. ,j buildings were also draped and! this Board. The members presnt at this meetingwere

At abont eight o'clock] that morning, the flag placed at half-mast. | I Such is Indicated in his interview :
Dr. A A Zabrlskle. Catsklll N. Y.
From the cheerfulness wit) be was suddenly stricken with apoplexyand ] Daring the services at the Auditorium, .[with Dr. Hnlley last Thursday.. Dr.

: which the miners and the opera fell violently to the floor, and the Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock the Hulley was sent out to see him by the. Oeo.Henry A.J Redman-nnelly, Rochester, Plymouth! N., N.Y.Y.. Free. Wagonaancl Blq ies bide or Ilsoilfid.[ : ( oraa Shoeing a j

;; tors are talking about a coal only word he was beard to. say was,, same hoar the services were being held Trustees present, to see if Mr. Stetson W L Oehorn, Buffilo, N. Y., Secie'ary Specialty. Carriage: buggy!; and wagon painting done'in the .

;; strike it is evident they both "I hart my head so." He was nt Ashbonrne, all business was suspended would cot provide for meeting a probable 5;': 0 role, Maoomb, Ill. best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing -
icions after the stroke only a abort con'l, at DeLand, the stores and other deficit occurring each year. (He L N Osborn Buffalo N. Y. .
have it figured out who is going! his life gradually ebbed away / places of business were closed.] The did this last year to amount of$16,000. George Know'es, East Liverpool Ohio' Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give ,

to.pay for it.Reviewing. everything possible was done for bin: great Auditorium was crowded with all going to teachers.) Mr.Stetson: replied 1J! Humngtop, Bennington Vt me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.

'; by lire Munson and Collier. Mrs citizens and students to perform a last promptly and emphatically that bp W Q French, Watertown, fonn.

'. America's part in Stetson and her mother Mrs. Shindle: .aj 1 rite to the memory of the inatitn would not; that it is not a good business Geo E Terry, Waterbury, Conn.

)' recent world politics, the City 01: were the only members of immediate don's benefactor and the town's greatest t proposition to place money in the hand R W E 0 Austin Kilts 1: Paducah, Toledo,,Iowa.L Ky. .

.(;, Mexico Herald family present. friend. i of a Board or a corporation where then
says that "great N Klapp, New Alb ny. Indiana.W .
1, i and dramatic actions always arrest The news of bis death was over townIn All those incline addresses paid fine' was friction among them or a lack of E Lasbhronk. Owensboro, Ky. THEO DEMRO Orange City, Florida:

} a few minutes, and many of the tributes to the character and noble] lift. harmony. He said however this: "I] O L Brock, Boston, Mesa

;' the attention' of the world citizens went at once to the home. >f Mr. Stetson. The program was .at.' will do this Doctor: I will give the Uni- E T Trem ,! Brookton, Mass -,..; J
and recent American, history has To Ashbourne for Burial. follows: versity $100.000 if all the members of Lawrence Boston, Mass.

,', been full of them. The world 'Undertaker Organ Prelude, Fnneral March Chopin the present Board will resign, and I Geo W. Day, Rome, N. Y.

influence of the United State Allen assisted by Mr Prof. O. A. Morse. will g t out with them, too." F H. Kerken, Plttsburg, Pa.

Hon and others, prepared the body foi Hymn, Bark, Hark My Soul. This was the proposition he made to J A Head, Owenenboro K,, WILLiAM :1
began with the birth of the republic shipment to the Ashbonrne Pa home Dr O N Relohandt, Boston, Mass. : KO'LMON.1 ..
Beading of 23rd Psalm, Rev. C. P Halley to give to the Board, and :
: ''when the'outflung chal- tad at midnight "GIllen" was closer W 8 Hamilton, Tampa Fla
the last business talk he r
Parker, of the Christian Church had with DrSalley 1
lenge of the Declaration of Independence and the sad ;journey of Mrs. Stetson and Robl Montgomery, Qulnov, III DEALER IN 1 ;
Invocation, Rev. B. B. Knapp of the, or any other member oft ht
G B Hunter M P New York
her mother, accompanied by Dr. Hulley,, City.
stirred deeply the was begun with the body, taking* the Presbyterian Church. Board. W 1 U Rapp Bablnu, Ohio Hardware Furniture Dr Goods Second Hand Goods Etc
h hearts of all lovers of freedom ir two o'clock train at the Junction, The Scripture Reading, Uev. J. E. Oaten The Record stated last week that th.. J L Kuffoer. Oreenaburg, Pa. ,

the Old World. The >f the Baptist Church. Board adjourned to meet again In the E S Forster, Erie, Pa. .
American'Revolution body, after 10 o'clock viewed
bj) Prayer, Dr. R. J. Carson of the Methodist next 80 days, but did not state for what J W Zaring, Richmond,Ky.A I ,i
was a great chapter many friends from town. The PennSylvania Church purpose. The paper was not position J nakley. Philadelphia, Pa. I have consolidated my two stores, and now have a ]larger and better I '
'in the ''historical home was reached at o'clncli stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general household I y '.
evolution W H Austin, Central Neb.
01 Quartette, We Ley Us Calmly] Down to say then. This generous propositions City
war Tuesday morning and the fUneral goodu than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right. ,
mankind. Later came the chastisement 'o Sleep Messrs Hill Wilmbnrst Morse now up to the Board and it is with -- In my second hand household department can be found some! biff/! bargains '
of the Barbary pirates, ervioes held there Wednesday sfternoon .ray.( them to act, to decide whether or nOl )Death of Mr. Stetson. ((1 buy aid sell second hand household. goods etc.) I promiseyou
bargains In either department. Prompt attention all orders .
Address, Mayor Egford DIy their services given
an exercise of power remote from CItizens Heet. totJe! Institution are (Jacksonville Metropolis ) and quick delivery. Don t fail to give me your orders. '
Address Mr. Silas B. Wright of the valuable than this
{100,000, takingfor
the shores of the United States !! The sudden death yesterday at De-
A meeting of citizens was called earl Board of Trustees. granted that Mrs. WM. KOLMON
) Stetson and the Land of John B. Stetson the Philadelphia ;ORANGE CITY, 'FLORIDA
and still later, an American commodore Monday morning, to be held at the courthouse Quartette, I Cannot Always Trace the: \dminintratoi8 of the estate will carryout millionaire hat merchant and -- "

battered down the door, at 8 that afternoon for the pur Way. this ttl-h\ and proposition of Mr philanthropist> will be deeply regretted --- -

of Japanese exclusiveness sure pose of taking some action upon the Address, Prof. G. P. Carson, of the Stetson, and it is believed they will do wherever the good man was known and

ly the act of a' nation conscious death of Mr. Stetson and to arrange for Faculty. "10.The especially in Florida where he had done
tuneral..ervlcel. at the University Audi Address, Dr. C. S. Farris, Vice-Presi- will will probably be filed In the j
of much for the elevation and education
strength 'and willing to'exert corium the 10
at same hoar they were be dent of the University. courts of Pennsylvania for
its force for great ends. From.its ng held at Ashboarne. Hymn Jerusalem] My Happy Home. nod then It will be known whether soon or of the young and for the Baptist iVtfa.T .

Y '' '. foundation, therefore, the The meeting was called to order at Benediction, Rev.. R. I. Honiker, ol not there is any provision made by Mr Jhnrch. Mr. Stetson was well advanced SEASON tpoS-'0a. I -
United he time named by Mr. 8. B. Wright the M. E. Church Sooth. In years and bad seen much of the good
States has been ,world- Stetson for future support to the institution -
a results of his efforts which to him .
with the'conrt house fall Mr. Stetson (It wasa
of enjoying t
citizens tray was ; was
force,: in that it has profoundly bought coming from his estate. great pleasure and a great comfort in
> their respects to the deceased unusually rood health. Hetttended Mr: Stetson The Arms
was born at Orange, N College
influenced the common lot' oi Judge Isaac A. Stewart was elected .\ the Presentation Day exerciser in 1830, and in 1865 the hit declining years.
began menu .
humankind. Each, step forward chairman and Mr. S. A. Wood secretary Friday morning, he received at Chan feature? of hats at Philadelphia] a Florida can ill afford! to lose such men .,

in the broadening of American Mr. Wright moved that a committee ,loin Hall that night, shaking bands mall npon is Mr. Stetson, who came among us to
capital. Today his bats are known) ,
consisting of fifteen be with at ]least thousand and also lo stood particularly for uplifting and
appointed to attended
retire '.
influence has mud '
; been part of a logi- are standards all over the worlds DB LAND FLORIDA
the Stetson
educating University ,
young. I
and draft resolutions] of respect to the basket ball game by young the Stetson '' .
cal evolution of power, and on Ir., Stetson and to arrange for the lady students at the gymnasium Satnr- Company' employing' tc DeLand will long be a monument In
\ the whole the present over 8500 operatives and they Florida to the generosity of its benefao Opens.for Guests December 1905.1 .-
great cause ofhuman holding of the Talon fnueral' service, lay morning, and there expressed the bare. in the profits of the ,
? freedom; of ordered hereupon the %hair appointed the ,desire to have the young ]ladles out at been company tor.All --
having taken in several
;liberty, has been benefited..From following as said committee: Gillen" that afternoon for,a"game of stock sold years ago friends in Florida] of education ,
>r them.> The stock
f.. ;the Declaration Independence S B. Wright, G. A. Dreka, E. Bly.J. tennis; but the strain was too great worth $275 per share. and a 23 is cent now 'and upright views will mourn the ]loss Under the management of John Gv'iloIa'nd' ) ; 1 -
pnr nstatned.( It Is a severe one in many same '
W. Perkins A. D. McBride managettient"as
B. last
E (
season) Managere''Of'the
tit the lividend was declared] the .
.. peace conference at Ports- past year ] Peace to his ashes
.rf\\ Preatt. F. p H. D. Mr. Stetson's death Is.. partlcnlars. Sympathy
McElroy distinct lope
:Mr, stetson Blue
'Ij."I> ;:month the United States hap was reported to be 'worth Mountain
bereaved from the
the out
J. Smith the educational }o goes
.' Arcby S. V. Bough,' A. G interests of Florida] '
: 'fl. exercised an influence Ito twelve or fifteen million I' dollars. He Lake New York-. (Adironda k
the :.
of Florida. Mountains.)
upon people
lamlin. O-,W. Fisher, M. Davis. H. 0Holland and a severe blow to DeLand and the
"''' PJ': ;""teoor. e of human destiny.t'I /E. T. Gross. institution which bears his name. He ,ties large real] estate and other Interest -- -- For rates, reseryat ons' and other' information.
tber than bis holdings in the'Sretson
rkw This committee retired and shortly ,has'put nearly a half] million dollars Seed on and after November., 1005, addrees- '
Corn for Sale.The
.,"''' 'war.et.r n. .... .t.... P11...*__. Co His death cast a gloom over the .
th into the ,,
reed school
repo e AVUVUa' li since the day it bore hIe JOHN Q. HOLLAND. .
A ,
flew story ofW 6iatlee M recorded.. city of Philadelphia and especially his
rieme undersigned has fine of ,
The artls_,.nd a frlendrwent'forwslk a Whereas, it has pleased oar-- Father in i and hue alw aysa k en a great ; it- : eel corn, well adapted to e
interest r. THE
along the Embankment one won 3eav n to remove from our' midst oar welfare and prosperity.:1 one million dollars' life insurance, with for sale. It beAn several ears to stalk. and COLLEGE ARMS: ; _
'4 'dertollj: starry: night. jjWltotler hud friend anfl'oenefactQr, Mr.-John B. Stet- Hiving to it not only lavishly of bin ,be exception of John Wanamaker, the "I levelops fall and plump. On good DeLand.Florida. .
been.In .,'feET discontented mood all ran, who 'ba for srt many years beenlosetrtldentified' means, but his careful thought and Iteavles'insured in 1I'0und] it yields from SO! to 60 bushels .
day! and Inclined !to* Hud fault with 1 with the'interests' attention. Even' daring the pending man Philadelphia. 'per acre. Price 70. cents per peck. Address -
of ;
'eyerrtbing.trltothlnIeaaed lie leaves a wife, a married daughter +i.J
him; the community and trouble with the Board of Trustees and
oar especially ith
houses were ugly, the river .not what f the the .scandal. that and two sons, John D. and Henry. JOHN BENQSTON /..
University !in our midst; therefore hang over it a few ---
yrj It: might have been, the lights bard and : r
:flaring' His-frlemt" ,.poJnte<;,,out, sev- '15e.lt.Reeolved"thaf.lhe: cltliens of yean back, he has time again met Resolutions on the Death of. Mr. John' Orange City, Fla.] -, ,;:> .

aral'-Alngsf that'appealed; to bint'astwaatifnl tbe- City. ''of DeLand in muss meeting definite, money due the 40 teachers for Stetson. : :

s4 t. butt tile mdeter'wouldf*o assembled] do .express? their..profoun services! rendered.It ,Adopted by the Faculty. of John B. ".' ;. '.J'
,81.Itt. _H.t, ti' tympatby: tor'the.bete+ved family and is'a sad day for' the people of DeLand. dtetsoa University: "

-.' "JJo" he Mid ""nature' 1 only-some' their appreciation'! of their,great loss in and his death universally regretted Whereas, God in Bis wisdom. hatb JOHN B. WELCH .)
h'Il .
: time. beaatjfnrr6ltty! ; ometlmesi v ry" the death of their friend and benefactor by them, and such' have been ,
: taken from earth to heaven benefactor '
; '" '" ry 7 seldomJndeO4 oftedyoettlteb, and.., tonight. she l*. ;:; Be It furtherBesolve,
;, M. the stalit'urely.they!{ .. .1.fINS sr: t* An: ness men of the City of'' DeLsnd) drape the University's best friend !benefactor for .and thetown's Resolved-!, That while wee. bow In ;( i4n, ,r. <

h ..... their placed of.bualnbi,mournlog. he loved the humble .submission .. "
II d tN obe4 ...... % to the will of the '
1 town well a* Stetson University. and Fancy and Staple Groceries Tobacco .uElastio".Book'caso' ''
all business' be
t IiDkfll11\P\ 'at.tfI..ti.. and that suspended during seemed Creator, we are. conscious of ,an ines- I ;e' P,
q'h drawled "nto "rs not..badbni the funeral! services ,..,, always happy to once more Imable loss to the University and to Cigars.:
inr'dar'felbw'tberVe! >Ba it t farther Resolved that the president mingle with and meet our people on bis all and.Desk combined. _

--u7,. .ftt...tDem., ": ;rand secretary,.of this meeting be visits to his home here every winter. uplifting mankind devoted for whose his life.benefit .and Dry, Goods, Shoes, Hats, Etc.: Etc. Permits M much or as llttto q "' "': :,:..
'" .. "", ,' cl. .. requested to arrange with the faculty of Ha was* big and generous hearted man, Resolved book space as w a n hr J.! < : '
2-'rkat member of
and found great happiness in contributing Comprises Desk Unit w"l! : ""ite'v
John B. if
Stetson Univenlty
the' possiblsi the ] Best and Freshest Canned Goods
aiwarf'LMdfdtn ; \ Faculty feels that he ha* sustained or Book Unltfoidesired.
Lope'tr .?,. ? ,__ for'onion funeral servicea to be held to the happiness and pleasure of In Mr. constantly] on band, -and all first .many I
: Stetson's death convenIent -
hU fellow a, great
|tn* of bwao.tr: oneverylire,11 18 the Auditorium .at 'tb,,University man personal lose.Resolved class Groceries for your table.. I Room! allandseetlorwdtefocgtaloguo104:
fi. jit. ...*.' Jf"*' more '" iiM"a
n) 1I
eaetq luring the boor ia which the .last oolemn It was known, before the ViiiversUy r b t
That cherish his
,'w' l Into I .we I
rp avsry oos wheserv
u{ ...tIperfotmecJ. ?a{tbeAyflle of th1a'A.bboUrDet trouble and deposing him M President ,memory aa; one'of, our!> most sacredleritageV Country Produce bought 41 .J. P:ALLEN & C0.; I '
,r--t;. ., ... ;a Penaeyivsnta.k of the Board of --Trustee l( that his will we feeL grateful, for,..havOR Agvnttf', ; .' ..,. "

fnrtl et B solvtd tb a t ,a copy aties.aaolttaasW.ngrurtdid provided liberally for the institution it known him.,,, and esteem! It u one Orders receive careful; attentionand I DBLANU.'FLA..'$ ..., : -la i I rq :
sent *thought'that he had his will changed 01 our highest privilege to have been\' delivery prompt. You will J" u'il.' ,.'

., .. at/flrd4! I! _4 tha .'ter"hUl' ,bamefu1 treatment ,by. the associated with him In the work ol find my prices as low as the lowest. 1.fiiv.me \1. a' .14r'R tfli* _.,, ark' .,J-

'r1Ve. .....:a>>' "\. .rkhit(" prappes f'yw3 majority;l : Board ''Trustee*, cutting" ''outf Christian education,- : ,f,. .. .a call.- '. : t> cr, 'I.., ... rl1i', acs: tau',

.,. ._II "..::" ; '. .',. ,1I1r If'>ftl't.U,&Hk/4l*MVJ/Uu( >e fojf tha future support i.....Resolved.. +t., -. .-..4-That... .. ;""we, 'extend_ Our tje "- 0 'J;' I ly. cr", m: ) y9Y4rICiW4iy'" l '

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See Hazel the Piano Tnneri! i .oEdd..urnlNE .." : ,,' .:' ,r'I
] ,, OPERA CO: ,

.., :'. (", I t'. .f',',.->. .,' "'} I ', : had Fresh at Fisher's garden seed of all kinds can be -; : ........ ..' ,,' ''.,' "'.,' \ .., "".':',
.. .. 1'resenting' :'.
For musical Instruments, the best to .. \
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.,, 1 I .'. I "f j.. ,' \. '.J.) \.G r'I' ,I ./ ."' ', .. ". ,. .', "... ..'I be had see Erlckson. I "The' Beggar 1'rlnoe" at the : f[ '
.h' '
1' .': ,< .' I Prof. J. W. Westlake was a Lake, School! Andltorlum Monday Night. ," :
0'' ", ; ...; '0" Helen visitor Tuesday. ... 1'1' ; :: ,;
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II' : -,- r : ,' '. ; Miss Ida Url of Louisville Ky., Is In presenting "The Beggar .,..""A i'f ot":.::j: .", :

rl1 stopping at the Waverly House. : this season It '18 with, pleasure ".. 'j ; 'I" '1Ii' 1\'
." (. .. ., I ,, ,., :':\ ',
offers \
management of last
Fine one
( I i new Alligator Leather and Shell '. '; ,
Goods [greatest successes, and tile same
just received at Brill's !
.' ; ,, ''y ''''' ,
.:.). I cast and chorus that has caused It to .
<< .aA..Lf1'.1" Mr. and Mrs S. M. Morse were in J// 1
SPRING town from Orange City the most hIghly' patronized IIi' ';: f' ,: ,
Tuesday I : \ ,.
: ;' j' } I' 'ears. The play has just been i ,.,'.
: Mr.JTrank 8. Taylor was an Orange; replete with the ,latest' -' \
v City visitor to DeLand the first of the popular :: :,: ... '
\ "' catchy musical numbers pretty' ,
'1'.t'I' ; ,
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I week. ) -- : ;
'. ...-.'r'. .i i' and uproarious comedy situations. "- '
.j \ Brill has just reoeived some New "De stage settings are ,a special feature : '

c ; ;; Land", "Orange City" and "John B.Stetson" with the ':
: i r VT 7'I ,, : Fabric Writing Paper at 8Bo [and comedians It is no doubt the ." ,'
I :};,'" the box quantity. ,,'
I must see.
you '
i "*1 l1 .[(.In I 'Jlid<> .) r ." '. 1, Various kinds of musical instruments The stage, will swarm with '

at Erickson's; also pianos, organs, talk- [girls, funny comedians, and all :,

... s "a.Dat.t'.;c!! '. ', "ring machines and the best sewing machines -I necessary characters that figure in :

'. ,"". '" in the world. cast of "The Beggar Prince,"'which
I OPENING | We have the largest line of millinery according to things told'of it in ), "

I'J I < :, : ever carried in DeLand. Com,* and see cities, has become a great'success, judging .:. 9.

iJ(J i C# :'Jus Friday and Saturday, the 23rd. and from a musical standpoint
24th inst. a. A. Dreka & 't
Co. play l is excellently staged aud

(" ] Mr. J. L. True is the only person in by a company that has won the :. ::

Orange City who has license don and applause of the
a to relic -
rt, .' Feb. 23d and ('real estate. He has some great bargains;?public for fourteen consecutive V
:: ''i'" It\' ;>" ;; '1:; ",", in orange grove and residence lots. '' This fact combined with the

!|I Lost-Ladies" gold Chatlains wAtch f costume, pretty music, the bright .

and pin, Friday February 16th 1006. bej j clevpr! dialogue, should make the :: ;
I .
.. ftweun; The College Arms and the Kirk presentation an altogether notable
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a +;
i place. Finder will get $13 if left at The \ .,.
24th Arms. Honors for a Yonnic' Physician. .,' .. ,I
.i"v, j )'" .
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t. .. I Mrs. J. T. Stone who spent last win jj At a recent meeting of the trustees tl'f.t. : ; i

\\1 ,.. '..'" i I.. I ter in DeLand has returned and Is at .> the Florida College of Pharmacy Jacksonville :' ,. ':'-. .,; ;'
I Fla., H. Evert Kendig, M. D.of r
( The Winter Home.
Her daughter
.. Lake Helen was elected to the
.n '" Miss\ Virginia Stone is at The College J
!.." 1 \! ... G. A D eka & !I,Arms Va, with a party from Wheeling, W. i' of Prof.Pharmacy Hendig in, that for the institution.past fonr years

OM .:. ....... [.i iHon. has held a similar position ia
<.; ; Rufus McGee aud Dr. Kendig| Medicochirnrglcal College of Philadelphia

.. were in town from Lake Helen Thursday .
I' J but was\ compelled to sever
',' II' and paid this office a welcome call'
with the College and
The Ex-Minister of Sweden is
on account of poor health and Is

".. I. ; '" ; Company Hotel season this winter at the Harlan practicing medicine in Lake Helen. -I


... .' ; ,.)!." i The people of DeLand will sorely feel ; Walden the Sleight of-liund. .

-( } ,'I .S.I > j,the loss of that great souled man anti| Walden, the versatile and unction.peeetidigitator : i Marsh's Meat Market.,
philanthropist who passed Sunday '
It. "t away will give a
,' tJ' ;: .It He was always deeply interested of conjuring and sleight-of-hand at very best Western and Florida

3 . j m everything for the good of the city i Sigh School Auditorium on night ,, always be had at the Marsh .
..... ..!t......_..". and its people. :March 12th. He cleverly and The choicest Boats Steak,, "

e., ., I Mr. Z. T. Bielby has four or five performs many tricks of magic ] Beef, Mutton and Pork Sausage,

;, '. :," I hundred more boxes of grapefruit to*! and illusions. !! The standard packed meats on '
t.. Try Marsh's Market and get the I .
'1 1 .$,ship to market Mr. G. D. Jackson has Walden gives one of the most your home. .

,. about the same number of boxes his : !
i on entertaining performances in his IIDe.OurlDg'
0 Eustis grove and has been offered $3.BOI? private performances in

.r1 j per box for them on the trees. f| York !State: his work was most /( -------.-.---- .

.. -. I Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Dean will i:, commended in the New York papere.It

--- -" '.- entertain their friend Fob 2tb, Tues j 5 wan predicted that though being

\ LOCAL SYNOPSIS ',lay, from 2 5 p. m., at their home north j mere youth, he was predestined to i

. of town in honor of their parents and[!I Ialster among the first prestidigitators of. th< 1

Mr. and Mrs. S. [H Smith and] country.
$fHE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS,; !' Ol Miss Alice Dean of Pliittsburg; Mo. li I His work demonstrated! that the

THE PAST! WEEK. Your attention Is called to the an1nonnueraent I\ "are quicker than the eye, and is sure

of Mrs. D B. Hargreavexl F, .entertain amuse and mystify hiE .

Local. and Society Item for the Peot/r't. elsewhere on this page She is displaying -!, .audience. 'f
Paper--Brl0l Mention. or TnntiiIABII ... an exquisite line of hats and milli-)'I| At the'! Catholic Church. around for the
Fresh Stock of nary of the spring fashion, and the best t!
bY oar Reporter.W. fabrics in the'market 1!I Sunday Feb. 25th First Macs at 6
go'Into the hats
her establishment :,, m. ; Second Muss at 10 a. m. \ your supplies .
GARDEN SEED S. Taylor Dentist.Dr. displays t and explanation of Lenten Regulations w'1 '
the ;
The Beggar Prince Co., to be at the! preference
.i( Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. ri Sunday school after Mass.
High School Auditorium, next
the lowest. Money to loaD Address P. O. Box Monday service at 7:30.: Subject of Isoture.I
prices night, ia one of the hIKh'claalicoWpaDle"
161, DeLand. The Catholic Church and the Bible ;
playing In the !South: this winter, ,i
anilj fj All welcome.
Lumley & Osteen. Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro'e. market you should not mists it. It will be the 4 most complete

every Friday. best entertainment of the present sea

Miss Pearl Spaalding of Daytona is son. You will surely get the worth St. nuriiiibus'l'Iiarch.St. .

visiting Miss Esther Palmer this week. your money. Barnabas'' Episcopal church Rev.Campbell ,first class

The College Play has boen postponedon For Sale-Five acre bearing /Ofl Gray Rector, QainqnageslmeSunday guaranteed to be
Feb. 2oth, 9:50: a. m. Morning
account of the death of Mr. Stetson grove; 200 boxes last year COO
Prayer, followed by Sunday school. 1 ? :
The Ladles' Society of the Presbyterian Three blocks North of University-----. ..
church In ready to take order; corporate limit. Good location for i. m. Choral service, with sermon 'S our energy to the :r
for m. Evensong. 8 p. m. St. Timotby'iihurch
sewing. bnilding. Satisfactory reasons for sell .

Mrs. W. E. Tucker of Jacksonville IP ing. One of the best groves in DeLaml. Orange City service
.. sermon.
visiting her parents Captain and Mrs. A. GHumlin. --- goods and our 9
D. H. Purdon. Mr. H. R. Stevenn, Master Mechanic
The Fist Methodist "hnreh.FiJ'
You can get two hours of real pleasureat for this division of the Atlantic CoastLine Episcopal :

It the High School Auditorium next headquarters at Sanford, and Mr t Methodist Episcopal Church '
,orner Boulevard and Howry Ave.
Monday night. Charles L. Drake a Pennsylvania newspaper WOODALL.

Mr. L. A. Smith of Palatka is spendIng man, and Mr. Geo. D. Michael Morning: service-worship and '
Let Us Show You it eleven o't 1ot'k.' Subject of ? J,1
II the week in town guest of his sister lso of Pennsylvania, made this office a
.. pleasant call Saturday, fn the Future LIfe. hall We Meet and '
Mrs. Charles H. Campbell. ''Ir
Recognize Those WithWhom We Were "
Mrs V. T. Barr has returned from The General Amusement Co. is show. \saoclated In' This Life A' cordial 1

Huntington; where she has been visiting ng; at DeLand this week, and have some welcome

her sister Mrs. W. J. Braddouk. sod shows. The Merry-go-round i I.
: Our new Oriental Rugs and Art Ladies Society of the Presbyterian well patronized by the children while & co- l'

the electric theatre, the old plantation Low hates to Louisville, Ky., and Re-
church will\ bold a Cook Food Sale at '

Squaree. No trouble. Glad to do it. the Parish house this Friday, afternoon.Mrs. .te the good moving business picture and immensely show are all amusing doing torn via Atlantic Coast Line. I .

A. J. Hill and Mrs. M. B. Ben- The Atlantic Coast\ Line will sell .
large crowds every night.
lIeU are up from Jacksonville. They ickets to Louisville, Ky., on February
,,attended the Old Settlers' Meeting yes. The Criminal Court adjourned. Tries. 24th 23th and 80th, at rate of one fare I 1
erday. ,lay last for the term. Geo. Davis a 1s))
)\lns twenty-five cents ((25)) for the roundtrip 1

'.' J. F. ALLEN & COMPANY Miss Edith Merry of Jacksonville in Inegr&, was the convicted for three of larceny and was with final limit March 4th 1906 1.

visiting Mrs. R. P. Moore this week. pen years. Out of for further information see Atlantic

\' :Miss. Merry was a student here two'bout 23 information filed or cases on Coast Line Agents, or write. '
the docket the State .
made only
years ago. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, v .
,'onvlction, the Davis.
G. A. Dreka & Co. are displaying the negro It was an District Passenger Ageab. 's Remedies #'
I to the
expensive court tax
of the
new styles in spring millinery. A large ouuty. Jacksonville, Fla. J
"and beautiful assortment of stylish hate 0. 0
(of the latest creation. The Junior League of the First 1E
r. The Best Little Hibbard Church will give an entertainment For Sale-Eight acres of fine bearing
Thingfor Whitney gave a ptrtyaat
and nine with
grove, acres grove
\.. \... / r _. .,,1"1" Tuesday tfternoon to a number of, :Monday evening at 7:80. The program louse, barns, sheds, cistern and well : '

...-. a boy or girl l to learn] now-a her little friends. It being the 4th an will consist of a Japanese Wedding performed water. At a great bargain if sold inlextftOdays. Goods,
'J26,000 .. days Is shorthand. The Isaac nlversary of her birth. by the children and papers Pens Etc.
Mrs Lena Norrtu;; north ,
'" ..--.0' Pitman is the best systen, Bee- Mrs D. B. Hargreaves had her millinery living an account of the Settlement ,
b vest of Stetson Station. P. O. address
,> : Work of Mr. Fox's church New York
? f r. Jar's School I. the best place to opening last Tuesday many of theladies i HlgbllJonPark
City. A freewill offering will be'taken I OFFICE.
0 learn.,
-Z l... present to inspect the display of
A "" Parties visiting ,is.' DeLand hats and spring millinery. for the benefit of said work. : :4
) 0 may tend their children to The large'DDmber keep'DP 'at The
c-: '""- ., .. 6.D. For Sale-20 acres fine budded.orange .
Beelar's School and have them College; Arms ID ban n: larger number .
I tree. In fine bearing condition. Worth _____MM_. .
"If I w Rfam! old .pla.' and! wanted to Kk
; ;, yarn Continued in their courses with of tourists proportion,.,than
any of
n.n,1.1,0.. a year In ft.nt. grt aliM. .by cb.. $1,800. Can be had for $300 If .old< in I Garden 1
Urns I wu thlrt,. I Uj t'. dy to became a rand out change of books, thus! enabling M days. J. L. Nuckols., DeLand Flo. the big .tourist hotels of the Stater Inf ; | J
:"'m.nu.<.wlii.' .nd a.lTi..J th. Manager'. oleo them them to resume their fact it is just a'' little behind the bnxt- 1 'a :
trf .. .. Now is the time to buy the finest and :;: 1
a. Ofmph.r Th.n In no quKkor .adwfray place. in their clauses upon returning ness a year ago, while the big hotels npl
.to birg1nrf mitFrtifti'if fflanJtnj best varieties o( peach and catalpa trees down I; Seed I Iv : ,
I':, dfw.. >M>/ Rrf.N.ria.Aigra./ AC. home. Individual In "if E. H. Hayward at lean than wholesale and the Coasts havn't half tbejj : 1
Btructlons, correct methods. number they had at the corresponding tperiod I :
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I I price. He has a good stock of best > *> P. U BATESON ,
pecan trees. last year. Mr. and Mrs. Holland! I '
J Proprietor ,f
ire making The College Arms r
exceedingly -
: Dr.Walker of Jacksonville visited popular an elegant service :5;: Sugar Corn S
Parlors his wife and daughter who are at The 5S
:;: w
the highest standards being }. ) and Curios
Monroe House Dr. Walker Is a loyal _: Beans .. I, )
friend to oar University and to the late "lwar"1 5 ..Ko'o '' "
Mrs. D.. B. Hargreaves. John B. Stetson. Resolutions by W C.?T. :* I ., ",\ <
/ Quite 'a number attended the Old In public session on Thursday; :;: Peas :;: I ;

iTAe/ New Early Spring Styles in Settlers !Meeting at the Aquatic Club :2M!! the DeLand W. C., T. "U' passed the. S :| I I ( .OObSI. I / "
Thursday, and ,a delightful time passed. following resolutions: *w 5 Water Melon ..r'; .'.,,.,,.-.,., '
1. "That in the deatn of Mr.. John | ., \ '
:' A big basket picnic, dinner was a 1'1...- B'i :: bltion. ,:,r
'>, Trimmed Hats tnt. .feature of the occasion. I StotMuu onr Union mourn the loaaof a.pifrleud I Ii ;" .. ,
n : ,,and desires to publicly pay this J866"1, '" ..It
.<<.i' The next nniuber on the University( trlbutlt of respect to his memory, i I Ijn i 4
ctnr. course will be a concert by the 3! 9.-' That we sympatBlz with 'the bere.ved -5 ; : ,- ; :' 'f ..;
\vA. number'of the and : ..
est most J .
> : : for .
yerjr'new temple Male Quartet, assisted by :Miss,' which. with our own loved Uni-*" ; Bverything i I ''' .f ,. ',' '.
Cole, reader.:'I'M. oonoert will occur on''' veraily bears his name and the I '
opt t .i r; st1 s. 0 .e "wholo rmy' of.wnrkm and laborrnr, :|;: I' planting : ;': : .
0 Friday evening, M.roh_.. ()Dd. :'I I T. who feel in a permaalway''!*D irrrjwi*," PtJ.pg'. : i : : -? 'TJ* *: .
: A .. high sti.: grades of' materials;, are ..' bin has in hU dtmth'f _. Wi" I "' ';.silo J' +''',('At4't .
", .. ... The Putnam .Inn )I. full overflow- ,' : .' ,j. .. 'i't
? lfcj I '' .
t tM. n stbeatiili 1 nd in doing. stood 'bU8I it a' M it '.1. .; Mas.1PATTON" :i.fc'flStf II ( ,0 ,
oreetio''i h and becbnis ling In"!"winter. arxV'ihma'' nost! YyW.jGtonlit ', 'MR8 MoCJwRr! :i'fl.: ':; ; I : :: : ,'"

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; ,1 good time and tl. best to be hail. ; .Cviamittee em ne.o1uk1oDlo.: .tEtittii. .' .. ,

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...... .' .."', .. ; ., Bookmaker' Chatm''_. -.._..tld...'ofPevonahlre >>..0..11.... \ mNSrnWUSDISEASE 1VERY truck farmer Knows

Layers; of odds at the race track are la ,known to the world

,,1'" .. '. prone to circulate tales of their cuor- for Its superstitious usages which defy J RIIEIJMATLSM THAT BREAKS' DOWN lLJ (or ought to know) that
Gonsuniptiont mona losses upon certain races but llla all efforts to uproot them. To name

seldom that a loss on a run may be only one example. when a person dies I THE STRONGEST
shown, for It bag been figured by experts all the relatives must touch the bodyor J,2 Rheumatism does not come: on In a day; the POTASH is indispensable producing -

that a skillful layer makes a they will be haunted by the ghostof J causes that produce it work silently in the system for years. This Insidious Ii

L | There is no specific i c (for book stowing a percentage of 2:;. Iu the dead forever after A siiperstl-i, disease becomes intrenched in the blood and some exposure to cold or damp

r consumption. Fresh air exercise 'his favor by which[ be Is bouud to tlon not so local In Its observance In ", weather, or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. Poor digestion, utomach good-paying trucjc cipps.

retain at least one-fourth of his takings. that of beginning no tank on a Friday. troubles weak Kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition of

", nourishing food and : Largo losses happen occasion The writer recently encountered a girl[ the system are responsible for Rheumatism. Food souring in the stomach liberal of POTASH

i' Scott's Emulsion will come ,ally when an unexpected victory who receiving notice to change from !1 poisons the blood the failure of the Kidneys and Liver to act properly leaves A quantity ,

' one room to another on Friday Insisted J: waste matter and impurities in the system which coining in contact with
curing it if there pays 40 or BO to 1, but aa, a general
,.. pretty near Instead.1't the natural acids of the form uric acid. This is absorbed the of '
: ':thing unless the bookmaker deliberately upon doing it on Thursday ]: body by blood with ample amounts
I is anything to build on. Millions !- gambles with chance be "makes But the most curious Instance of superstition and as it penetrates to the muscles nerves and bones produces the terrible along

Ii of people throughout the books" no that be will show a profit ', -and this too. Is met with much pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism. Life is

world and i in on each race. A skillful booklo can ,1\\nearer home than Devon-Is surely that made. a torture by its excruciating pains, nerves are shattered the health un- \ phosphoric acid and nitrogen is ..
; are living good
I f so manipulate the odd that at no 1 which prescribes that when. say, a doff 'I dermined and If the disease is not checked it breaks down the strongest con-
;" health on one lung. broken of stitution. It will not do to depend on plasters liniments etc. such treatment
/ point doo he stand to lose on a race, ..mestla servant has a piece ;
.1':., !( crockery she Is bound by fate to break in helpful in easing the pain and reducing the inflammation but does not vital to successful truck growing."Truck .
< and. like his brother of the gambling
''I jJ I From time immemorial the ,
two other pieces. So far Is this Idea; reach the blood where the real trouble is located. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism J I
bouse, Lie profit lies In this pcrcontnguhi
doctors cod liver the writer knows a by purifying and invigorating the thin,. acrid
prescribed carried that cases book with
his favor. Even where gambling interesting dealing practical
);t j oil for Of *Hwhere flowerpots are kept for the speclal -;. blood driving out all impurities and poisons and j Farming, an .
consumption. are run without recourse to truck farmer '
games purpose of being broken to ap. S S S sending a stream of strong rich blood to wash ; truck raising and valuable to every wi I !
: fraud the odds In favor of the dealer j '
the could
course patient not 9 peaae the tate London Chronicle. out all irritating particles that are causing the t be sent to farmers on request free of any cost or obligation ,,
less than 20 cent
(' take it in its old form hence are never per I.I.Th. C 0 0 pain and inflammation. S. S. S. stimulates the OBBMAIT KALI WOHK9. .

h. it did very little goo,>d.. -They A Woman lf.v.l> Do.. H? Llon'a .*l ... with his PURELY VEGETABLE. sluggish organs to better action, tones up the : Vow Ysrt.-*! *<.....Addrrao.... ........ or Atlonca. Co.. -II9K Bo. Brood all lit \
It la really not the male lion I stomach and/digestion restores nervous }
can takeSCOTT'S A .loafor on the street, wbose wife,terrific roar and formidable appear!i and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism whether acute ,I -"_ _MW _."''''''''................,.'.......'

I was probably at home getting out nl, ance that the explorer fears but blat;; or chronic and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rheumatism'

neighbor's[ washing to make money to mate. The male lion la a good looking,and any medical advice desired without charge. I.
} the children's asked ATLANTIC COAST LINE
buy a bUllY; to business It
poser but when It cornea ,
man the other day If he ever saw a la his wife who counts a la the African; THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA I

baldheaded woman. native. Game la pulled down by the, I
f E EMULSION ."No I never did" replied the busy; female lion and then the male beats ; p-I A FULL,, CROP OF FRUIT -THROUGH SCHEDULE- .
"And I never saw a woman: "

); and tolerate it for a long sleeves waltzing man.[ [ with around a cigar town In her In teeth her shir an[ ,! her"the when off llon'a she until may share be have has" feasted what la to left repletion; hence,!, Use Painter's' Simon Pure Special No. \l'' I Florida, Georgia North ,Carolina Alabama South, Virginia Carolina

I time. There is no oil, not running Into every saloon she. saw ,

;. excepting butter so easily Neither did I ever see a woman sitting, It. CIa..... All Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Follow-I :I The great Highway of Travel between
all day at a street corner ou a dry '
digested and absorbed by the goods box telling people bow the soc Fair Visitor-So you have really dadded -!. I Florida the East West North and South I '
not to sell your house? FarHo.tYea. [ ing Tag. ,
: system as cod liver oil in the rotary of the treasury should run th }
You see, we placed the ""
r form of Scott's Emulsion, national finances. I have never seen a matter In the bands of a real estate, I Convenient' Service elegant Pullman Equipment Magnificent Dining 'Car. I I

f and that is the reason it is so pocket woman sit go on fishing the bank with a all bottle day and In bet go agent. After reading his[ lovely adver-" SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 New York and Florida Special
Usement of our property neither[ John
helpful in consumption whereits homo drunk at night. Nor have I eve,
nor myself could think of parting with MANUFACTURED BY ; s "DIxie Flyer"Florida
i of the
off her coat and I
seen woman yank
use must be continuous. such a wonderful and perfect home. and West Indian Limited ut
say she could lick any man In town. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER lebratedTralns .,
CQflPANY L. & N.
I !! CJr J We will tend you a God bless 'em; the women are not bull > Montgomery I
Notice of r'linil I Discharge. Chicago and Florida Limited
free. that way. -Kansas City JournaL JACKSON VILE, FLORIDA. j ; 0"
f Notice Is ht-reliy (riven, that the mider-Jj .'
,!|tne : Q Bo hit thlipicture
turn of Krair, .
W. !Shinier wll
in the form of So Tired n tbe 10th (1,iy 0 Mun. h A-.. I L). IIKW: pnropnt. _.-- .. -. -.- Atlantic. Coast Line one thousand mile tickets (good '.... fifteen '
1: sabeII.onthwrapper! l I their final HIMI "',it 118 such Execulriot'S"oiretber GUARANTEED ANALYSIS.! II thousand miles of railroad. embracing all portions of the South on
of every bottle of with the v iie'.t-re.! loth" H.m. J.L sale at all principal agencies at rate of $25 each. Limited to one year

Emulilon you buy.Scott&Bowne. It may be from overwork but Lee MrOftry, Conniv, Judge of VuliioliiOniintv Ammonia actual, and potential. not lesa than .. ..... . .... .. 2 |Ier cent ;I from date of purchase. For full complete! and reliable Information I
Its from an inactive () Flnrtiln., \ lit blq, .olllie. at DuL-mil.r. Derlvtd from Sulphate! 01 Ammonia.. regarding rates, schedules, Pullman service, etc., call on E. L. powe
the chances are Florlilt, HIII) .u ik lor a Until discharge H"| Potash (f K 20)), waler soluble not lesa than... ..... ... .. .. .... 16 .percent Ticket\ Agent WeLnnd Fin. or Write .\
I' LIVER. -- -Chemist.; W 1I"nNA S. 8AWY1rR, Insoluble 1'hnanhnrlo Acid. not lens than... .... .. ...... .. I per cent :I FRANK C. nOYLSTOYY.. I). STARK, Traveling Pass Art. :II I'I
.' I')) With a well conducted LIVERone JKDHIH. HALL MILKS, Moisture, ot 2li Fahrenheit\ not exceed: I m .. .. . .. ..... B per cent
{ 409. Pearl Street ....t can do mountains of labor ISA.BICLLB 1>. HIoZZKIf.Ea.eoutrloea..t Calorlnc.; not exceeding .. .. .. ....... .. . .. .. . .. . ... ...... :I: l)lst. I'.iss. Agt., 188 \V. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE! FLA. I i

New.York without fatigue. the lust Will and Testament -* '1 ol a .e'.tllizer' Is mad lrom Sulpuueol Ammonia Sulphate or Potash nod II. M. EMERSON W. J. tUAIG, I ;
: !Dissolved Uonncluek.
or Frances A, W. Shinier deceased ,
: ; General Traflllo Manager. Pass. Truffle Manager.
!' ".e.udisUdruggI.t.. It adds a hundred per cent to This[ Angus 81. 1BOB! ('

ones earning capacity.It I Price $ o.oo a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida! -. ,."" ...* -

., -- can be kept In healthful action Citation Administration[ Write for Cash DIscounts
1ht. r.4........ 11.,... Spsclal Florida East Coast
by and only! by In the County Court Volusla County. Railway.Local
( I Let "t'r'ho.lrtost: inenl be at nUth Florida. By the County Judge 01 said: E. O. PAINTER FERVILIZBR COMPANY .

: or wbno'r( yamwork for the day Ii. 'OI"tV.Wbeleos.. '
.1! 'over. fruits. tonits. noft botlod< eggs: W M Shelf er hue applied to this JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Time Card No. U. In Effect 9 1906.
and ontmotil make brenkfnst Court: ror Letters ol Administration. with. : January ,
: a good -- -- -
Tutt'sPillsTAKE be Will annexed on the Estate of Orrln I S.! !j
When the IiitoruilMRl.nn! between hourt, Payne deceased lain of raid$ 1 County off I SOUTH.ROUND-READ DOWN I. NORTH.ROUND-READ UP.

\ of labor Is short no henry food should Voluela. These are, tbi>reli>re,| '
'j o cite and admonlan. and singular' ihtklndied No. no'No.' 35 No. 2olNo." 83 STATIONS No. ,&No. 74 No. .&No. 99.
be taken Into the Uundrcdtof
sl: ntomnch. and creditors of s lddece.aed, to bP\ BOld Lumber Dully JJBlly Dully I ]>nily Dally Daily Daily nail, ;
people who eat heartily and return ind appear before this Court,on rr"before tlJ7th I ] / \ ompalY] -: "P I I
:: NO SUBSTITUTE. 82 j;! 4 80 p 9 20 a' a 00 a L..Jark.onvUle..Ar 780 p 740 p 7 40 a 840 a
I& to work Immediately[ afterward have day ot March, A. D. It\* (I and Die ob. )
". 4 28 V 828B :! a .......-.... 11 .bo. Jutckuuuvllio------Lv 7 2J 83 ...'...'".. .
( dyspepsia. ,,,,,tlon.lt any they have to IbM KTantlDK I Will a"ao"i;> 40 I't"", US a1' 0 Di a ......Hbt.1 AUKUstitiaH., ..... e 20 80 a .7 40 a
_ 'letter* an aforesaid otherwise the name will j quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depot I 6 10 p,11"' ............ n .......-....II.lIn ............. n B B) 42 ... I
', mod IU..a.. lie wanted as prayed. n DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine !ioziji' 87 /P'll':!I I 80 al I 046a_ I.V=:I'uit:: 1'nliilkn. .........T.v __"_ 640 a
Jor Black

..: It Is related that on Judge Jere Black Notice Is Execntrlces'hereby given that N otl Ml e.creditorsepateea "'ounty Witness aforesaid my name, this as 12th County day of Juilire, February of theJJ,!I Lnmber: Flooring Ceiling Mouldings .- iiirpii 9151) tOpittutnOSOsLv.,iTiitrio.; ; aB Ar..1fl'uta:;:::::.::::. I'1"'k: :' ::::::::::::Lv A r 60J 7 ) C p----7 i : 00 :e.. t :

.t' }: one of tho brightest men ever born whomsoever having claims or demand J. LEE McCROET ..!.!!2..E 1 OSp_ 8 OS ...S 06 a I.V...........fritn M.'eo..Ar) 7 | 00 8"ob" a
and could any the smartest things, but ''KRtiiMt the estate of tbe late Edwin P. OS-). County Jncltfe.iJ! Shingles Laths Etc ............ "7 JS pHl"t.O-p L7n7.M..Tr7trNui'KiC.."."..T......i.v' t wj I :: ::: 46 r=
i 4 80 80
that so far as being under any scua' rood are hereby required' to pre.ent the :Notice! of Application for Tax Deed Under I ::::::: :: .7 40 82 j p p!|12 II 29 11) C.::::::::::: ::::::::: :F.iuuiin.'U.llnpiint:::: ,.::::::::::: 4 29 C ::::::::: ::..- : 22 : ..:::::::
lame to tbe underalicned within one yeai, -...... ...... .
I of oblIgation to Ills Cretttor for superlor ,'roni tbe date bereot.UeLand Section. 8 of Chapter 4888. Law f All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered it 80"p 881 821 f.1261.' ; '--pit; :II 03 U a a "' .......UrnioiiU......'Ormond' Jiuti.l---------....:...:... *' '4 (1 p;.. : Jit- p p.'jj'w"; 'D'23";
.r. mental endowments. hi[] mind wa F[..., Nov. IT. H'OS.' of Florida anowhere In the city. u to V. 84(1( p 1 ('I 1 pILL' 2\1. '. ............Pnylonn ............ M 86J p 4 la V 8 W7 a S 12 a

r f a bowling wlidernellS." I 8XKAH! ADA P.M.OSGOOD STILES, Notice is hereby of Tax given that Wm D\Heebnelurobaaer J2iOa:'! ";; 020 8 67 p p i 1G lS !: ;; ;r:::::::::>I Tort j\v Orutiro Hmrun, :::::::::Lv" 821 841 :|I.B:. ; : 2* :.'4'r;

lI8out"'oes:: of the Estate of E. P. USloo l Jnd of Certlnaate baa !lIed No said 4H2.: .dated 1021) a O-2la i -44l ......... I.mrirrir<: :::.=l.v I v \\J 4'-' l l/43 I p 60S-V V .
day June 111112. oertltt ........ ........ ""--
10 80 ,10 80 i a 4 65 j I Ornneo City 12 8I' II HI' 64K p. 640 p r-
i uate for tax In clued my. ollloe to Issue and bas In aooorclanoe made' applloatlo witaw. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Work: 1041'"a 1045) i ila a !i_, '! 1 11 ..lret'eiV'JunI"l'I. :).' .."%. ,..". .. !'JLt')! | !1JIO. J'._6,40p 640 p
CASTOR' Notice of Administration.- 80 a! it'itep "l 4il'\ ........ >..'* h"yru..J., .. S 12 1'1 B 41)] p 262 a 484 a
Said oertltioate embrace the ful' ............1! 9 50 p 4 II 1 ....,..."....(Ink lilt............Lv 2 41 l ; 224 a.............
}.' 3or Infant .and Children. Notl.-e Ii hereby given that the under ''owIng described property situated In Volu. J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager.LUiVlBER. .120 110,8i> i ia P .l!...43_!! r. ........ lltiiivllle' .......... 2 OH I.---------\ 1 43 .a..!..iS .ad'aos
Igned\ bas been appointed administrate, In county Fla tow .II 98os- ........ I .............bnuloril.. .............I.V 1Ti'TU: .j a ........-.... ............
: The Kind You Have with the will annexed of tbe (ant will am! Nw3)( ot nw)( ot ne)( see 12, tplS south R DRESSED _............. lt20_a II_2.1)_ =':f "lf', b=.ArA --, -=' .. !.,HOp a 9 80 a
Always Bought 'estament of Eliza Maiuinir. deceased anti 1'1') east, 10 acrts. '.rb084 p 218 I ............TlnrVllle.........,... |I' 2 fit 1 48-a 868 a
a'l' creditors leg tees and distributee,am Tbs said land bring assessed at tbs ,dnt', _......... 11. 17 p I ? 21' I ** ....*........(.,)r-s( ...........l...I .i Bea.rtbe / .ill pursons having claims or demand >f the issuance of such certlUoate In the AND ROUGH ,..-....,.. It 22 V 8 2d ". .....Itorklaleo.......... t at 68 .-....
iliZ ualnst said estate will present the samn tbe ''lame of Samuel! Rrown. Unless said -.a ill llorkleiliie. lloluli..,... 1 24 p 218 ....... ._.
1 S1 ign.Luure of within two from this Ideate shall Oi-r _. .... 12 00 01 4 I II ...........&nll: (.nlll.............. 1241 p..........p..12 2'j ...._.4
undersigned be redeemed aooordlnK to law -- 2|.
1. hits or tbe mime will be forever years burred. deed will Issue thereon Celling, Floorlnr' Siding. Turning1[ Scroll Sawing Moulding Window an* _......... 12 12 a 4 21 ..........jiiaibu.urize., .......... I IS 82 ". .......... 12 11US ......_
'ax the 28th
+.", -Dated, this Deo. A, 1U05.ALEXANDER' 'ebruary, IdOtt on day Door Frames for Posts Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. ::-----------1::::::::: I g a a : 6)41)) r.P1----------. ::::::::::: -. "" :::::::::::.t-ebnatlun(-1. Ltiole: .H1. .::::::,::: :: ii 11 01 60 aC a'::::::::::::'iI.ilO 27 88 p p........:::
: MANNING, Witness my official[ signature and sea Shedding Groves and Pineries.[ 4&T Crates and Box Material a spectalt! 20 a 200 a 800 p. ......... Frt 1'lurua........ 10116. U 16 V 10 au p ii 62 .
D mb. I Admlnistra'or wltb tbe will annexed. bis[ tbe 27th day of January 190(1.( Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. ............ 2.26 a 8 20 ............ llhbnlls .........,... 1022 67 P .......,;"/1"I
"Doctor. don't think tbat raw 'SAM't D. JORDAN ........... \\I 29 a 821 p.. ...............Kilen;. ............... .' 10 18 ,. t3 I'/.....-.._ '
you < DELAND _..... 2 86 a 8 29 .............rtlt'iiscn. ............ 10 It 4S p......._
Clork Circuit[ Court Volusla FLORIDA. i iM
&jt.; oysters are healthy?" Notice of Final DischargeNotlue County Fla _-.... 248) a S 3$ p... ,............. f lnnrt .............. n.. 10 04 ; 87 ......._
.<:: "Yes. I knew. to' By BEN FISH, DOFINANCIAL _...... B 14 7 1 0-i ..II"I,.. Boundv ......... II H8 08 p..1.........
never one com Is hereby given that the under- -.-....... a 88 a I it ......\ .t Jut.llvr......,... 0 21 49 .. ........
plain."-Baltimore Jewish Comment. jgned Rxeoutor of the last will abd testa- ru Pip2 fitting Tin roofing GuI S 07 a 4 10 a .1 bit 1 .,...\\e 11'Hlin lleuch.... sIlO I) .. .. n 00 p
) ol Dr. J. E. Coulter STATEMENT 1117 a 460 a B 21 ......... I'tilin llcnrh......... 8 40 OS p 10 fO' p
lent deceased will.or E. I tering and spouting. Pump '* ..,
ECCLES I 27 a 5 00 a S81 \\'o..I'.hnUe..b..A. Sl6 U8 pl026 p
4. In the countries[ devoted ancestor 'be 2nd day of July, A. I D. 1906 pt esent bl, >f the Board Public Instruction for --_....6 21\\ a a 8U ......... .. U"p''Ion.-----------I.v 1.. 7 48 a..9.0 13 p ...........
t Individual'of'the IInnl account a. snob Executor togethei. repaired wells and tanks mad'' -.-_.-. ass 908 '* .........l'olrv------------ 7H!! 03 p .........
l worship[ present with the vouobers to tbe Hon. J. Let, Ste.ror : the Month Ending Feb 6, 1008.o _... 188 1000 I ....Fun 1 iuuui-niuIu------ n 0 I u 00 p 1.. .._
docs nol count. lIe does not even exist : (: ,'. County Judge\ of Viol usia County Hon. S. D. Jordan to order. Repairing of al, -._._. I 42 .,,10011 ......-.. ... I'in, .r'a ............... n I OIl p.. ...MH.....*....
'loilda' at his office at PeLand, Florida Clerk Circuit[ Court _.-.. a sit ',,1020 n ...........ti intiiil.t, ............. .U. :IJ \ .............
'.::' until af tor h>> !. dead. Sir! In compliance with See 3. Chapter Tin3mith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed 20 a 10 48) p. ** ......... Luiiiun" 'ny ......... n 0(18 ..6 ?I p......
tid ask for a Unal discharge a. sucb Exeo 332: Laws of Florida .10116 p.. ............... Mininl' ...... .....Ie Hip 10 p 8 20 p
utor. c B. D. COULTER, ou tbe following itemized we hereby financial tile with, .------------I- 00 ......... ) ............Mmil I I.......... i .'r .....,..... 1)0) 1 p............
t HODGKINSWagon : '"t Executor Or. ,1. Coulter the I last, deceased.Will und Testament lent of all sobool moneys received appro-state Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. _____ IJ a.._......_.... _. ._ .(,.::::, lltiniwlinil! !..:......I .I !...::::=::.,:.= 80 p_.._......_..

This. rti day of January, 1006 'nations made and warrants Issued for the .-_ -- Buffet 'Parlor Curs on trullll 93,S3, 78, 7 1. llllllut lijiltf| | Con on train 1}, 03.28,03.t .
nonth Daily e-ceiit aundny.'
ending Junes, 1905


; Balance In treasury as per N :' 7 ; ;. ; J.-I" :t. i. r03G.NO.: ;. '9t'NO.' 83tN ': ,
',t. Notice, I. hereby given[ that the underlined John B. Stetson 8OUTIIBOUND ; 1. .
DeLAND; FLA. .\ Administratrix of the Batata of CyIus Re'pta (for last months statement,itemized herein. $ 2JBO 1480 MI 37) University 2-1 Dn.I, D.I IH D.I r... .cn EM Mon Dall, D.II, I 0.11, h.MoII .::"'-

: Waters, deceased, will, on tbe loll d.} Jaok.onoUln i"i) Dl:,) a(ii7.j'lj. ;;, ;; ; :1 Pt: jt 5 ;:;)j,;.l'To V 80 8'ju; OOOp.IorS'A'

: Everything' In Wagons, Buggies' Carts. "t nint.February. as inch A Administratrix D 100(1.,( present her to tbe final Hon sc- TotaL. .... . .. ... .. .... 8812 1)7. !I" tI,, ..!!.uo a'I' _'! !!!-'. .!-21. .t.-JEf!! :? .J .!L1I! I'I OPO 1'1000 P
: etc., manufactured and repaired in my Total warrants drawn this month DeLand Florida. ai- .;O--4.S':3iViu-ir.'I-i : -8; 82t'ii :'1e'.
'>rahlp Cnuntv Judge nf Voluaia I ounty.'lorldii No 74' Ito. "0. 7.t 23t'No.Daily nO.
in the best itemized herein.... .. ..... '"
Hhop very workmanship "' at his clUes at Florida as 100772 1ORTIIDOUND I DIU,
'!4' .known. -Only find-class men employed and. ask for a final dlsnbarge. Cash on baud this date.... ...... 217526ITKMIZBD I -D.I y Daily I r ,Eo: bnEi.:::: ':ttllV I Dilly DalIpLv 11.luII

and first-class work turned ont- I have This Auguat 9tb, 1905 KKOK1PTS: AFPLIIATZD" : WITH THE UNIVERSITY' OF CHICAGO. "uRII.tloe 8 40 pi' S 10 I' -----j-m, [ : 7 40 .1 stoArJackeonviile. 7 a

''atey added aompJ&nta LOUISE[ WATERS. A O Croom .. . .......... .. ...14101D .. 740 p 710'_ .' .. !!. !:!..::'. .840 ml O ii O .8611.
Administratrix.nsure : I P. Smith .. ..... .... ... .. $A212: Si COLUIiQE: OF LIBERAL A.BF3-Tliestnnlards are those ul the Universityof C Train composed exolmlvHyof I'nllmn-ior 1'n !orCnr4hn c l ox tea*cnt fare' will charred.

1 Cdloaifo. Stetson's! grad mte receive their UhlouO. -- -----'--- -' '-
I with us.N ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES, 235687\ Ct'I.I.EOE: UP LAW Oradtiatei ot this Colle'iere. admitted to practice :No. .3 No. Si No. 10 belly- : S... ...l".o I 'to. III J "
law In VlnrldA without examination.:: 8..n. Mun. J', iv l'o.t l.r".r1\ ""n. t:
owls the time. Warrant To Whom COLLEGE Off TEUHMOLOUV-Ueehanloiil, Civil Eleotrloal Englneer'n' 0017 Ouly 1)nII7 8;.,;. 1.411y I O..IJ'. DaIly

!lo AmD57 and Mannal..Training[ courses leadlnif to duiireos. Fine! new building, costly '-1-87--i; HIF.TIFj) at". I..J". I,."".Illo ... ;::: 12.Op) Tij, ::::::::

,; S pot cash for losses. .Mr."A Bennett...... ... .. equipment. 140 1'1060 .,840 P, a it a Ar.........Iiblu !I.ach......... TInI(I It ro a 460 p ............
.' 81JOI/ COLLEGE; OF BUSINESS! -InnK'nj' ; In all Us br mobes. Book-heeplnl by 146 10 M .I 84' u' 8 (It. .- ........,\111'110' Jlltneh. ..... ,1.16 a 446 P ....._....
P I' "
should be 8 J L Wrlabt......... ...... .. 100 W beat methods. Klentire courses open In other clopiu-tmunu. Large faculty and 100 V'1t' 10 _, I III'_s_ .. .._..... ,.tluvl.ort. ............J.v (I rQ a .1PO s 4 $0 P_._......_...
.Ii U protected. 9 Martha. Brown ........ .. . 00 Of uoramndlous building.I'ItEPARATOItY.
960 Clara Wiikin.on--------------- an 00I .: ,"C.\D .YY-Graduotea PENINSULAR AiD; CCCVrITALSTuiP; : :: :: ,CIiCTC) \: : ; : ;AT.MIUIL:
insured? prepared enter Harvard
R you Esther Holland ... .. ..........., 48 no Yale. Princeton.. Cornell Michigan ( .
l tfrnt-olass
... 2 MaryStonea.... .. .... "" 4301 NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL ThIo.gani an colleges Close Connection Made at Miami with, Skarasklps ol the P. & 0. S. S. Company lor 1
'. company reliable. 3 Emma A .. .. Kindergarten In Its own buildluff.
Every p thorp ... ...... 4fl <1'0 2. I rlmanr and Grammar -
4 Ro.ei Noble.... ... ....... ..... 4500! daily Public School teachers.Sobllolln separate building.-- This sonool. espe- Havana West"and .Nassau.
I 0 Lottie Nortbrup... .. ... 43 0 ,
does policy expire: ? (10 01Jll) 00 |lpt organ a dozen pianos bullil-
Whea your 8 separate
Lusle W .
,I Haeeker ... ,.. .. root. Ing, Inrtre .
7 EuirenlaFair.............. .. 8)OC) faculty thorough. nines studv. Three Snilinss Each Week.
ART SUUUOr! .-New stuillo. .....
In Omtlv
I I' jour policy force? I 5 Katharine D Vaulx .. .. .Ia. models etc. side. No trsns.r..
40 W) Btutson bas of Trains discharge passenger athip's -
a faculty 4-1 nnd .. _
pmt III.trnot'
9 Vo Co Bank.. .. < mr They hoH'I degrees
: .. .
I ... .. 6000
pelephone number sixteen.UONJI4SURANCB from tbe ITalversltv of Cho.ii! hlf h lr.-ln may b'*XT*>at''l tonrrlvniitAnil tlopart
70 Etta Kino ........... ... "II
... 85 ()
0" sityofpeiin.yivmua, Uryn Mawr.B iokn ll. \Univ. rulty ol Michigan Oennlson, from the aevaral stall..,,.. but iliulr nrrlvnt or>ili-iuit, turn nt tlm tlniin ntnfil l I. not(naranlmMlorlathlaOompanytoboliolilrf
lanthe ...... :
1 Bond. ,
........ 8fl IH : ,, ,
: AGENCY and other Unlver \\tlea. There are over 'JO<>,0 0.00 In buildings and equipment Hiou| ( liil<)rov n> yd 1 i.ysor4ay..uueb.uiPuUI| a talnathnrttltom.
9 Haokey 8beddn! ... ....... .40 O', nimrlva million ; i\\.
v 8 Minnie !Stewart J............. 40 00 volumes quarter a .beautiful' chapol dollar' with Pnd .W'm.II..n: endowed library of over 1.4,000 For Copy of the LOq\L:: Tt{'iCAKI! ) o'; OtJi'er Information .Y
; > costly tnrlllahlnlta.lnolulInC( stained
4 Mar I. I) Mllburn* ... gins '
... II'i
will fmd 00. -
U[ .us at 5 Nellie' \ Pattlllo .............. 85 00 windows. 1 all enolo.paintings- d a 'IO Doom) p |Its oriMn; a Ovmtmsliim[. with compete' "SEE THC TICKET! -AGENT." .
OLDTllth.: BETTER; 6 Gertrude Turner....... .. ... apparatus, an Athletla Field runnlnst Ira k. ehi., |. nouru. basabnll. "
Stetson and.DeLand.FERRY'S. 7 Jeuio, PeltOw............ .. 40 85(1B Ot) and (gridIron, "besides swlinmlnir, irnlfTr'inrlng; and other sports; nopa- J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Cleu'l. Pi.6-q. A p.t... :> {.' AUGUSTINE. FLA..

t tj ,,Canset tyour. Tire.without, taking UutbSeablonn.... ... .......... 8fll 10< Ion rate.', Biiuterl-ilOKy liullclliiKu, men and women;Hlo"ln(live 'large' liiVirmoriej' for .fbemiatrv lily.. -- r:'- -, '

a... W .wheels from vehicle.. We take ont no 9 Silas JPurdy............ ,....3T BT vleotrlo II btii. eluutrio Mlnernloiry hells uteara and heat,yj cement cvernl w ..1.large| ., shell museums roads,and broad, chops avv.; -'-_ -_- '- '_ _-,'- u-----fl-
e'. fbolta rub no paint or barn your felloes 80 M 8 Adams........ .. .... so Ot nil..s, sulotm campus ah.bhery and from; *ool"', literary. nnd other ftiMenli''
it with a hot tire. Come and see It work 1 Wll Jobnoon.................. us (011 <.hlba.t.r leoture, courses. ; ChrIstian .mid not sectarian teaoblng. Tbu location Iwo Never Our : patients
'?and yon will never have your Tiree set 2 L Wblteman.-. . 84 (00 beautiful and healthful and tbpaxpetiMM urn low. Disaopoint /
,4 'bot again. 8 M (1 J Mirjl.on..i. ........'.. 85 'IK' For OJUIOKB' views lolileri and Inlorn'ailnii.. ",111 rOIls the President,
4,,, t@Thanktngyon for In 4 Emil TBry.nt.:.....4.i.l. 80 OC I w. Fulfill tUrf Promlst and! Ifivtr Hold Out Fain Hopes.WE .

.1 yoor contlnnann patronage In 8 L A Tonng ................ 8)11I ( LINCOLN HULLBY, 'A. M.. Ph. D.. DeLand, .Fla.VITALITY. j CURE "loluro. wit-oat tbo luilfo .rboaU-ni( ...10.1. V Cheat,
'' '<*the past and.hoping a 6 Chas Orth II IWCi pal or dotontloa from ..- ..| Vom4irloaa' 8\00.1 Poison
'be fntnre I remain '' Hrhuholm"- //10 00 ...,.4..10 rotara.. wlthoht naoroary or mlnorml rniiv' '.. .... Le. .., Mnnlyi
is ito
'Ydnr"toserve a N8 Baylo..... .... :ffor Poaltlvy rrd i | BO attnal-it, bat p.rman..S.. -
... .... 2114 T55:, Dr. Kim Hodlral' Oo..la ia.6t.to.( ths .
'4(; .SCOTLMObUKINS.. 9 JEFranoes.l!: ......t .1. -" i5O -' .....of.b. st.t.. of osersis, tor It.. rmtm.-ss ..4 son.or.1\\'
'J9\IIl\ :FWBCampba.,.,..... ..... 4 mt .) 7 aervooasadebronledu..s.e.. Dr. N. z.. ftln' se. fosadep ott ,
.... .... ...' .'" ... ........ .. 2211 l 1D I 35ISIu.tuuiuuiO..i.theeblsfeon.ilJn.p.ol.j. .. .. b.iia1.uial5d C5a.Beof
I qw siutey...., ,,.,/".,....:: IB 01. _,# I .uooM.mleblpb11.leias..4>;la Oi.tr..tmof 55e4e41s idrMuniOar ; dlwuess Ie....._ -
t W pnwaptly abuUa D.8. and VoraUmPATENTS Peny S. ih. 0 r lb. b.Jon II.. 3 Alert .I.b. ...." 2411 &HEALlr M'Z' I 5 -g) w.a_ balk modlul and l.otrlu.l__ ...
s..rt.t.butt b.T.bs.ulmpro,. I 4 CArrie:. Boy.m; ....... %'8'mIl.: vJIioJ-.xJ.'I 'm ;P>;O: -I t.fflaaar.c .ulppac club 1 a 1 ::::: ,._. b.tt.y
mu seer sine.. W. a,. .zpwm Ia 5 fiRte-ff.........,. .", 'iioS 111 and restorative f or men and women,produces'K" I,, $ .l.oairlvaiiaa..X-ny.vlolnt known..M..tba and mOdest Ho. .a.l prufanlon.r./jlo. lout, mry .laoutrat I
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