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: March 3, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00114
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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;'": Professional Caros.: J. B. STETSON BURIEDPolice sous, John B. Stetson Jr., and G. Henry r :.: ':>

", Stetson. The Cox property goes to (lit I

'" JAMES W. PERKINS, first and tbe Pleasant Valley estate to:I .

the second. In addition. each Is to receive -
C Detail Keeps Crowd In Check at Mission
an annnal
allowance of $5000 np
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR-AT- Chapel Near Late/ Millionaire'sHal / to the axe of 31, when the allowance is
LAW, to be increased to $10,000. unless they

x factory. marry when the allowance is to be '
DeLand Florida. made $10,000 at once Between tbe ages! Roy.ain. .

" Will Practice In State and Federal (Kn.ra Philadelphia Bulletin./ ) of 25 and 80, if married, the yearly

N Courts The funeral of John B. Stetson took .allowance Is to ba$19.000, After reach

Infants Children. place this afternoon from hl.. residence ing their 80th year they are to-share
, STEWART" BLY, for and at Acbbourne, on the Old York half the income of the residue.!'

road. The Rev. B. L, Whitman In the event of wl :
pas- the <1oW'1I death' be. -
The Kind You Have Bought has borno the signature
tor of the Fifth fore the children E 'powaer
ATTORNEYS-AT-LA w.Offloe Baptist Church, IHth are of age Miss Thom- "
of Chan. II. Fletcher, and has been mado under his and Spring! Garden streets of whichMr. aszlna T. Potter and in tbe event of ber .

In Bank Bu.ldlng. DELAND. personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one Stetson was a member. officiated death Miss Emma V. Beach is named

BranohoftloeoverPostoftlce.DAY'l'ONACary to deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitations andJustasjrood" attainted by the Rev Dr. Cole. rectorot as guardian. If necessary. the trustees'

but Experiments, and endanger the St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal am instructed to set aside each year f4(). "
are Church, of Ashbourne, which Mr. Stet- 000 to keep the children in comfort. Absolutely
D. Landis Bert Flab health, of Children Experience against Experiment.
son frequently attended. The Interment In case of his heirs disputing! the provision .
LANDIS & FISH wan In W.at Laurel Hill. In of the will the disputants shall
The Kind You Have Always Bought addlt'.on! to the usual service at lose their share. which shl&lliro to those: PIEI'cDISTI1ICTIVELY .J

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- the grave there will be Masonic services who art satisfied

AT-LAW, i Bears the Signature of Mr Stetson having been a member -
._ The widow is
.. appointed guardiAn 01
DeLand, Florida. charge of of Columbia the exercises Lodge:, which had his minor rhidmn and the executor are: A CREAM' :OF' j
empowered to dispose of real estate
Will Practice in State and Federal y The honorary pall-bearers were William

<<;. Courta. F. Fray, John B. Stevens, N. 13. and investments the usual other in personal duties of proper.: TARTAR BAKING POWDER 1J
ty an ex
Special facilities for examining and Pay, Edwin P. Keen, J. H. Cummings,
ecutor. In of executor's death the
land titles .. George L. Elaasser. John U Mlchen- cane 1
perfecting ,
Philadelphia Trust Safe. Deposit & Insurance
I er. Theodore O Search, Dr. Geo. W. It does contain
not an atomof.phos0phati "J
Co. is to act in their stead.
I t.& J L. McCRORY, In Use For Over 30 Years. Stewart, Charles D Barney, James C. :

1 THO CONT'''. ......... TT M".... onnT, ...'" .00. "T'filJ Rowland, Frank Read, George V. acid (which is the product of bones .:
.. .. ..._. Cresson. and Dr. .
....., .,. .. _. _..:::. "- --.4 Llncoln.Hulley.That ,
' :I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the employes of the biff hat JOHN B. STETSON.In acid of alum
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, au|>. of Artl.t.. factory at 4th st. Montgomery! digested sulphuric ) or :

I DeLand Florida. Improved Triiln Service, Vlu Atlantic It Is a part of tbe seeming 111 luck ave. might take a last look at the
Coast Line. belonging to circumstance that an face of their dead employer prior to the death of this good man, who (which is one-third sulphuric add) substances -

artist time and the removal of the body to the Ash-, expired at his winter home near De-
, Silu B. Wright, S. B. Wrluht Jr. may spend genius on
a piece of work and then fall con- bourne home, it lay In state In the Land Sunday, Florida In particularand adopted for other baking powders' "
& WRIOHT.ATTORNEYSATLAW. The Atlantic Coant Line and its
WRIGHT con Union Mission Chapel near the fac- humanity in general has sustain
n..cll"ne I are now operating. uolM through spicuously In some detail. tory, from 8 to 10 o'clock this morn- ed a loss that will be felt. because of their cheapness.
There Is a story that one royal
trains from .Tai-k Imvllllt to Atlanta. via
' ing. It was In this chapel that Mr. Mr. Stetson was one of the rich I
'.\ NOTARIES PUBLIC Wnyiroris Tit'ton ..n,1< Macon with academician gave a band five fingers Stetson first. introduced religious men who could claim to make their

Office at Telegraph Office. thrunxh ronuhes to Nashville and Pullman and a thumb nnd that another painteda worship for his work people. Almost money honestly. His first thousand.
I' Buffet Sleeping Cars to St Louis live lobster bright red.
every prominent clergyman In Phila dollars was. made by hard work and I
DELAND, FLORIDA. and Chicago Tbe clever Goodull had been engaged delphia lias at one time or another saved by rigid economy, and. the

TrAins leave Jacksonville via Atlantic In painting a number of laborers drag. spoken from Its pnlplt as well as lecturers thousands of thousands. that followed -- ,---------

, J E. ALEXANDER, Coast Line daily at 9.00 P M, anc"!: ging a huge stone across the desert, of note from every civilised grew from the first thousand by the DeLand, in this sunny Land' of Flowers natural. aptitude. His performance Is
/ arrived Tifton 1.23: A M, MAcon 4.40: and a man of science, entering the clime. I i legitimate methods of honest trade be and remembered.
, A M, Atlanta 7.50 A 1\1. Chattanooga. studio, said to him: When It became known that the ,!I and: solid Investments. He did not as the seat of a great university one Walden to will enjoyed be able convince

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 1:1.1: P l\1. Nashville 0:B3 P M. Evens. I "I say. Goodall if you want those body of Mr. Stetson was lying In state I speculate, pinch his workmen nor where the youth of this State and of that the to the less one
M In the little I'I drive others out of business. and there the South might obtain collegiate longer you look you
l yule 1.80; A St Louie 7.08: A M fellows to pull that stone must chapel a great crowdflocked know."
Office I In Brush Block. you thither. It dollars" in his training at small expense. 1
.and Chicago 9:110 A M was estimated that were no "dirty great -
LeLand, Florida.! double their number. It would take I HA v ill bo seen at the' High School
I Qoo'l connections ruvle at JackHouville between 10.000 and 13.000:: persons passed but comparatively modest fortune.Mr. Stetson University stands as a monument -
Jflll Practice In State and Federal are just twice as Anditorlnm March 12th.
many. into the building last to it* big hearted benetactor.
from all Florida. thus / a glimpse Stetson Is most famous by the
Courts.R. folnte. But It Is not modern painters alone at the dead.Sergeant. NO MAN COULD HAVE BUILDED
affording the quickest convenient work of his great hat factories,
service from this territory to who slip up on points of accuracy Spangler with a detail of products of which are sold all over A BETTER. ONE; -Tampa Tribune
! '_' -U:\ O. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN the West: Even Albert Durer, In a scene representing twelve policemen from the 4th and the clvill/.ed! world, and everywhere Letter to J. L. Nuckols.

Peter denying Christ painted York streets station were on hand to known as honest ad well as. elegant I
For further Information ticket
AND SURGEON, see of the preserve order but they had little Resolutions. DeLand, Fla
Folder ouo Romau soldiers In the act goods He was noted in Philadelphia,
4: DELAND. FLORIDA. agent or. "Consult the Purple of .mnoklnpr. Turner put a rainbow trouble. The case surrounding/ the Els borne, for /good treatment of his Dear Sir: Why don't we make paint, .{
Office at residence, Indiana avenue, casket In which reposed the body Is of Whereas Mr. John B. Stetson was
beside the ""11. nnJ In another picture workingmen to whom he has triedto as many others do to go three quartersas _
, Court House. Atlantic Coast Line Itnllroud Company hu g:>woefully tangled la the ships oak. but the casket proper In of teak- be an elder brother as well as employer taken suddenly Sunday. Feb. 18. 1906. far, or two thirds or half or a third i
" Office Hours: 9 to 13. 2 to 4. and 7 to 8.iyRS. to Aagrnstu Gil.. rlggmg. wood and said to be the first of its But his. greatest and it ito which illness resulted In his death and or a quarter I

I --, kind ever made In this city be hoped his most lasting work, is Whereas we the students of the University I. Mr Aaron HIggins/ Plainneld.. N J. J

""\ VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.PHYSICfAN The only through Pullman car to Incident of the Hol.n of Terror.A wealth The casket of ( was surrounded by a the upbuilding of Stetson University.. which bears his name feel most always.. used. 13 gallons of paint for his ")'
lowers and tall palms waved He was not, as assert the keenly l our loss and
Augusta, Ga. leaves Jacksonville 8.63A : dramatic Incident of (be reign ...ftCI'I'or their many house; Devoe took 11
M daily via Atlantlo Coast Line towering heads. There were founder of this Institution, but came Whereas the departure '
we deeply deplore
There two sorts of all
III I'runro the are paint! paint
herfathers ,
was saving of countless floral
and SURGEON. tributes from the em- to it at time when it was on the
and arrives at Augusta at 0:43 P hI.aif.r.Iing a of him who has endeared him
true fall-measure
life from the guillotine by ployes In the big hat factory and the of failure and his paint, strong paint :
V. daylight .service between the verge by generous self to our hearts by.his admirable traits and paint false. weak
Office on East New York Avenue, two points Dining Car between Jacksonville :Mile do Soiubrcull.: lIe Sombreull head of the dead man reposed upona contributions and constant care ha of character and never failing interestIn sbort-measnre.part paint paint,

DELAND, FLORIDA. and Yamaaaee for breakfast and and his daughter were condemned to pillow of roses, the last offering of built up amid the piny woods. of FlorIda vn, andWhereas '
lunch death at tho time of the SeptembermngHacres .sorrowing workmen.The an institution of which the greatest The paint-manufacturers are two
Rev. Dr. Lincoln we greatly mourn tbis Inevitable sorts Devoe and the rest. I
Hulley, preal ;
be .
: DR. A. S. MUNSON, Evening! trains from all South Florida and were waiting In tliftcnrt dent of the John H Stetson: University city might proud. affliction, yet we submit to the
points make direct connection 'at Jack. surrounded by the mob for their DeLand Florida also officiated Mr. Stetson was but little spoiled by will of Him who rnleth over all and Yonrs truly,

-4, sonville affording the quickest and best turn to mount the scaffold. :\Mile tie the, funeral ,services ,at the Ashbourne at his great. fortuue. He was always gutdeth: the way of His own Therefore F W DEVOE & CoG

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. service between Florida! and Angnata Soinbreull turned to tho crowd antI home. In deference to Mr Stetson's::! plain and 11110 DIe, easy of access, and W Fisher sells our paint
kind and considerate those around beltResolved
i. For further information. see Ticke nsUutl what harm n weak old man lllo wishes the funeral was private and to that in this hour of sorrowwe
Office Second Door South of Fisher' him He was not ostentatious In his --- -
Drug Store. Agent or write her father could do to the nation. Somoof of as. simple a nature as possible.The giving, but beside the Institutions. to extend our heartfelt sympathy to
I FRANK U BOYLSTON the moil answered that If she would death of Mr.\ Stetson has the strlckened family and commend STAGE
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3to5 which he was a regular contributor TRICKS.
District Passenger Agent. drink a glnxs of blood to the brought sorrow to the 3,500 employes them to Him who alone can comfort the
and 7 to 8 p. m. uatlou extended the helping hand to many, -
DeLand Florida.! Jacksonvl., Flit they would lot him go and passed up II In his great factory for every work- many unfortunate but deserving people bereaved. How Some of the germlnvlr Dl..mlt
H. M. Emerson General TratUo: Mgr, glass. She drank It dowu Immediately.The man there looked l upon him ax a per and gave away thousands of charities Resolved further that a copy of these Fe.t. Arm Performed
W. J. Craig Passenger Traffic Mgr sonal friend. The Hags on the four resolutions be sent to his family. and one
of which few but himself weeecognisant When
crowd took her and her father of the you see a man coma out on the
corner vast establishment are given to the local 1 for publication.D. .
a QR. JOHN REEVE, from the cart. They escaped and made at half-mast to-day. ,-Ocala Star papers stage and shoot the ashes off a cigar

FIVE SUPERB TRAINS DAILY. their way to England. She thought at I Fred J. Blocker Botts, which Is being smoked by an assistant

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the time she drunk blood but afterward II In the death of John B. Stetson R don't believe all you see. A hatpin la
: Hamlln,
Three to the East and Two to the West I
she concluded, that It was red STETSON MILLIONS Florida and its educational Interests D. C. Carlton, run through the cigar the point just
vlu Atlantic oust Line.
Office In store recently occupied by wine, for Bhe saw no ono stoop to fill have lost one of their foremost cltl Grace CrAmer. reaching the ash. The assistant just
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West New York and Florida Special leaves I FOR HIS FAMILY end and exponents Mr. Stetson had the knob
the glass. To her death she was never Helen Aianville, pushes at the other end: andtrAu
Jacksonville 13:50 dally ex. Sunday; been Interested In Florida years
pm many
.New York A.ve.DeLand ,
able Committee. falls the ash to
however to sea red wine In a > great applause.
Florida. Florida and West Indiana Limited and budded one of Its greatest educational -
glass without shudder. Of course only blank cartridge are
leaven Jacksonville 8.53: am daily; New institutions. lie was a man of
York Express leaves Jacksonville 8:03:: Almost Entire Estate of Great deeds. a good cltUen and his. death They Fear Centnillzu I used.

am daily; Chicago and Florida Limited An Odd "'UI. will be keenly felt.-Miami Metropolis Breaking two glass balls with two

D' H. D. BRACEY, leaves Jacksonville 0:80 am daily. ; Dixie A correspondent. sends us a copy of Hat Manufacturer, Valued at to The be big guns.worried at Washington over the eopi tendency .V' '# lytols Is almost as simple. One at the
Flyer leaves Jacksonville. 0.00; pm daily on old will ou record In the office of More Than $5,000,000, Goesto In the death of John B. Stetson, the centralize power In the handsof pistols only Is loaded and with shot.

. DENTIST. Through sleeping cars to New York. the ordinary of Lumpkln county On. great: Philadelphia hat manufacturer, the federal government. They I I Tbe other has a blank cartridge. The

: Chicago and St. Louis, also. new sleepingcar After appointing three executors be Widow and Children. which occurred at his winter home In argue that if this tendency to (give loaded pistol Is aimed between the two

Office second story McLaurlne Block.DeLao' service to Augusta. ., Ga. leaving "solemnly" requests them "to law N. UeLand last Sunday. tbe cause of ed. every sort of power to government balls and the shot scatter breaking
Jacksonville at 8 S3:: For Pullman From Press
: m ([ l'lillnloljhia ) sustained
ucatlon in Florida has : an
Florida. and informaaion. Nicholson to the full extent of the law. departments comuiUttious or bureaus them both. That's the trick.
reservations write.
FRANK C BOYLSTON, I Impute my cramp colic to his Injustice After founding the University of De almost Irreparable ]Ions Mr. Stetsonnot keeps up, It will not be long before Extinguishing several numbered candles
Land, Floridnt am! supporting it during only gave liberally of his moneyto the government runs the people instead -
to me. lie further: ( number
District Passenger Agent. Jackson requests that by on request of the audience -
his lifetime. John B. Stetson the millionaire the upbulldlng of the university of the people running the >
ville. Fla "they pay themselves and our attorneys Is seldom more than a hollow .
VOLUSIA COUNT'ABSTRACT!/ and nat manufacturer who died on Sun which bears his name. but he also unstintingly government."If .
.7.' V VESTMENT CO. and spend as much as Is necessary day made no provision in hIs will either gave of his /great store ofbusiness the Federal government con- joke. Behind each candle Is a bole In J
In buying a slab and place It and and these the An assistant hidden behind ""
on : for this or any other of his many philiinthroples ability energy tinues to centralize1 said Speaker target. \
For Sale.An
Bert Fish, Cary D. Landls. Here lie the remains of count for a measure blows
S. Douglas or charities. qualities frequently Cannon in a speech the other day, It simply out the candle taking '\
President Sec'y and Treas. Crane. Born the 8th of November of success which no amount of core to blow the right candle at the right ,
old bearing orange grove, 80 acres. The will which was admitted to pro News "we shall soon nnd that we have a \
1SOO, who served 1 five In the bate Norrixtown money can balance -Palatka which time-that Is, wben the pistol cracks.
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect of land, about 20 in grove, budded to years at yesterday divides< vast bureaucratic government :
ed. Maps Plats and Blue Prints Sup tbe best varieties such as Enterprise Georgia legislature and never lost '0 the entire estate, valued at more than will prove Inefficient if not corrupt." Blindfold shooting simply means that -
0 Seedless, Starke's Favorite, China. day and dies In the full faith of tbe 'H.000,000( () among tbe members of his In the the death of John B. Stetson, And Mr.\ Cannon Is not the sort of a the performer glances down his nose to

plied.Opposite Yoluslit. County Bunk. grapefruit And tangerines./ Figs/ mulberry Methodist doctrine and In full hope to family his wife Sarah. E. Stet@on. and which occurred at DeLand on Sunday, man to woriy without cause. a mirror fixed at an angle behind the

DELAND, FLORIDA. peach. pear and plumb trees. which church be wills $10.' In con- his two sons. John B who is 21 years. Florida lost a friend who did much to Representative McCall of Massachunvtts back sight and alms as straight this

House of 10 rooms and barn. 2 miles clusion the testator requests "to beburleJ old, .id George Henry who is 18, advance the cause. of educationIn said just about the same way as If the bandage were not there.
east of Stetson University I mile from coming for the largest bequests.Mr the !State, and who will be mournedas thing when arguing against the Hep-
the hill In the In
on highest Painting
a complete picture a Jiffy
,. CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF Aquatic Club grounds. One of the graveyard 'stetson named George A. Elsasserand one of the few who used his great burn rate bill "At the rate we are
\ with the honors of cole.p' In of the Is also artifice. -
oldest and war, a for benefit of human- presence audience
moat desirable beat paying J. Howell Cummings as the soln. wealth the now moving'1 be said. it will not be
: groves aioand DeLand. Apply to salute. -Law Notes. executors. and trustees. Paul M. Eleasaer ity. Beginning ia a modest way, long before we regulate everything What looks to you like an Immaculate -

.. E. H. HAYWARD MRS. H. it!. AUSTIN. now dead, was named as trustee Mr. Stetson built up a mammoth business and everybody from Washington. anti untouched canvas Is In reAl-

,' In the original will, but the first codicil flit employes numbering at the You cannot govern the whole universe ity a finished picture covered .with
Agency of the leading' Fire Insurance ____n ___ __ Immortality.Humanity substitute the name of his brother time of his death about 3,500 He took : from a single point and have a shred whitewash. Alt the "artist" doea is to

Company of America-The Aetna. and Immortality consist George A. Elsaaser. The second codicil great interest. In the welfare of the ol liberty survive simulate painting with hIs brush. The

No City property a :Specialty. DO YOU GET UP neither In rcasou nor la lore; not In the simply orders the executors to keep up people Mho worked for him, and his This remark was called forth by the result Is a picture that would requireIf

803, Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. body nor In the animation of tbe heartof the policies on the lives of Mis Stetson career. while demonstrating. the possibilities proposition in the Hepburn bill to let It were honestly done at least a day's 4

'f WITH A LAME BACK ? It nor In the thoughts and stirringsof and her' children. within reach of the American the Interstate Commerce Commission work 0
shows also that riches do not
t'he brain of It, but In the dedication halo Bequest to Widow. of youth necessity, bring with them hardnessof have complete power In making rates I Those awfully heavy looking dumbbells -

V. H. VOORHIS, Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable of them all to him who will raise them Tbe principal bequest!' of the decedent heart. He was the benefactor and so that their not even acta the courts to could decide review of the strong man are sometimes ,

tit at tu.. iTi1*
Dentist; Almost everybody who read.. the i newswonderful- the IloVbat .. her Is willed the handsome country Stetson University at DeLand.-Lake- ator Lodge made the same point when notice they are always put In the same ;
Th. Man With
la. sure to know of the tome, Idro at Asbbonrne, covering land News. ,
dross papers "\ Is the with the hoe doing he said "I am not yet ready to substitute place, preferably on a special platform
Block, DeLatid, Fla. I' 'I cures made by r.Kllm.r' twentv acres; the magnificent propertyof an executive commission for the when the man from the audience Is 'In- '

J ilonr.:8.BOtol2andl.80to4: i .Swamp-Root, In the graveyard? 120 acres in Florid; all the house-. By the death of John B. Stetson the courts of the United State" vlted to lift them. Under the platform
J I the great kidney liver "Nothing much. You see, his last bold furniture, pictures, silverware 1
State is bereft of one of Its greatest These views wellas ,
lately expreaed as are powerful magnets holding] the "
I Ij ti and bladder remedy. friend died a few days ago, so he's tryIng musical instruments. homes carriagesand and beloved trlends ,
developers most many others show that a good many weights down. Suddenly roll the bar
effects and
.I I tilths medl- personal an nnnal income
a great to scrape up an acquaintance. chief of
I .41 *S cal triumph of Ihs nine-' Cornell Widow. ot Jt,000.. The net income of one- As benefactor and supporter will people are beginning to realize thata off the platform. and you can probably

Dt O. B. HUNGER IFi\ nil teenth .century: dls-' third of the entire estate the trustees Stetson ever: linger University in the mind, his mrmory of those who rate making commission the might courtsare bea lift It lu ono hand as that operation
dangerous thing
K9Homoraphatic. L covered instructed to turn to the widow )
III after years of are over of release: It from magnetic control.
I Austrian \ hold in appreciate the great advantages given the. right to prevent a misuse -
Drugs. ,1 m scientific research by who is to it trust for the childrenTo
Palatka Herald.Mr. .
, 28 years practice New York City.. Located ( I 1., *-g Dr. Kilmer, the em FOR:; SALE. his stepdaughter.. Florence Crawford higher education.- view.of power through a T judicial re The Chief nn.01''II.' MI..Is.ry. lj;,,
nerd kidney and bladder Mr. Stetson bequeathed his house
2nd door '
east .
113 Indiana Ave
specialist and \Is. I offer at bargain prices the following at No. 1728 North Sixteenth Street' to- John B. Stetson the millionairehat Once upon: a time a great preachercame / 1\1\!

..:.> of Lumley's Drug Store. Office! hours: wonderfully successful In promptly curing property can use the funds to a better tfelher with the income of (30,000:: On manufacturer, and benfactor of At the School Auditorium ou to the camp, of tbe Muakogeea
8.30 to 10 am. 1.3Oto 3 and 7 to 8 pm. lame back. kidney. bladder urlo acid troubles "advantage In my business. : her death the game is to revert to her the Stetson: University died at his High and bad. a powwow with Chief ,Tume-,

and Brlght's Disease,which Is the worst Cottage, 0 rooms and bath, opposite children and In the event of no Issue winter borne, near DeLand, on Sunday March 12th. cblchee. The 'great preacher Insisted ,

W. C. CANNONS' form of kidney: trouble.: the College Arms and facing golf the beqnert becomes a part of the last of apoplexy. Mr. Stetson was a This City will have an opportunity of upon leading Chief Tumecnlcbee to- the I I

Dr. Kilmer a Swamp-Root Is not reo- gronnds nicely rented at $16 a month residuary estate. Mrs. Caroline John. philantroplst, and a good man, and Walden whose performances of cross saying- "It Is too bad to. have '.

Livery Feed and Sale Stables. ommendedfor every thlngbut If you haveklcl- by the year. ion and Mrs. Sarah J. Vanalts, sisters, had done a great deal for Florida seeing conjuring; magic and sleight-of hand I no religion., I have and to spare. Com i

ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found The building lot near BoulevArd andon are to receive an annual sum of (500, and more especially for De Lalld. His have pleased so audiences New and'be a Christian, and to, will '
many you ;
,- Fine Fashionable,TurnoutsBus just the remedy you need. It has been tested Ohio Ave., "adjoining Heath resi and noon their deaths. their children are remains were carried to Philadelphia: York State, where Walden made a be- great' In the land." Pray, snd-tne''
In so many ways. In hospital work, In private dence, Baptist Parsonage. the provided' with a monthly allowance of for interment.-Crystal River New
meet all trains at A. O. L. UepntHo specialty of giving performances at Great Spirit will bear and"'grant ,
practice among the helpless. too poor to purchase Watts and W. A. Allen residence size, kao: ) each. A similar provision Is made" at social you ; I.f '
and nflerooon F ;
IC for entertainment
ks me t mornlnx homes parlor You ?
relief and has your prayer. and t
I trains and iiUht' proved so successful 103ft. front 182ft. deep. for Kate Leonard, the daughter of a yoirpeopl.1,
O. Kv lit Oiurine CltJ that The death of John B. Stetson who Functions and at club entertainments "baU' not' waDt' 'aoythIIlW. Th..tll4 '
' trains >t l). Land Ju olluo.V II Mnl averycas. a specla1 arrangement has 19 nice lots located deceased sister. Mrs. Olivia Blue.
been made which all S abont passed away Sunday at DeLand, almost Walden la daring such performances, attentively'and 'an1wered f
by readers of this chief listened ,
both routes llsok meet bout at B reef rdOeutls paper 100 yards east of President another relative, Is to receive (;.100 a .
horses and rsrelul drivers.Phono who have not already tried It, may have a Hulleys'ejresidence within sight of the great university at a great disadvantage, fur his work 1s "I Jlo npt like rellcton.:
yel.r. : ;, your
and :
< the Johnston ; ,
II. new bonne which he to the youth of hi. audience
feet from
gave few '
bottle sent free also done buS a
sample by mall a book makes ,
DeLand Pie.C It na unworthy man. too fa .
Minnesota and Amelia
I ., !'elllng more about Swamp-Root and how to on Aves. 175 to Trusts for the Children. Florida which calls for special mourning and even under snob conditions", Waldenbaa l v too'niucbtrnyug' ''y.mlllar'wlth *
'r (dud out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. ':.1110. on the part of tho people of this sustained.. reputation to deceive the Great Spirit,, ana :
The Stetson In Orange (11II1k'11.tor
Ii property : .
acres good orange land nearBride' Mo- mat cause onetei
State. ,
of the most
Pest Your Preperly. when wrttlngrnentton reading this generous County Ind.. consistlugof'4dOscres, is ,the eye wary. ,.'
house. 120) .
pauking acres choice tajk nijicu., cffi
: BeCecejTOirfly'
; ,.
)ff"'ln this and Mr. Stetson wal a self-made man. Th deftness anchyv MxeCTi-- ; :-}',
paper left to Benoln Bhmdler. the deceased *
Tbs open season,will be here November Mod your .address. ICJ .1 _, .a biifh'and mile from rolling P. O.Will land three sell in quarters uillllonair's father-in-law. ,The faint.. He began llfe-a. a hatter on a 'smallscale Ion;| has won for him many rplandita.Hany : camp !*'i' ,anil ''bI.J (people b.UW r'r'ta t.

first for shooting quail and boating Or. KUm"&ceoB1nC11II1| to suit. quantities to iro to 'Wr 'Hhindlor's survivor, : 'aminpuni .By untiring Industry ''and .en amusing Incidents he ha created th8'ar\1ar\ Spirit! f t6SldeiI1i&

and will continue through the winter llamlon. N.-Y.; ThV _, Corner lot facing' ColI,'iii..Arms' y'' producing form the pockets: of hi. "take,,:earn of. I : ...
cent and llohrnent, devoted to the manufactureof audience articles. which the .. still '
regular fifty BOUMO snapnoolaUar I residuary estate.--------- uususpeo- etLfiiith .JMVr
You shonld post jroar ProP.tt11f TOO golf grounds 06x8UOfb. Best lot In the :14 .
wish to keep; parties'fromtreipiMiDffiAlso : sUes are sold by all rood drucc..... city. ; ._ I The Income, of $lOOO0O Is set R81!
: S Don't make any mistake,but rem em- J. T. Mttu.'WiIhelthiSaS.tRoelofe'Mr., Stet .en.Seeklnjl. Walden to youthful III appearance, lag. the old .'etdo" .....El '
pcs' youritroves and track farms.. berthaname Swamp-Boot. Dr. Kil CAIRNS son's d arht( .r-.nil her children. .Aur'i. a Held fortbe.'ezpeudltureof but has grown old in his art for which -.aa .;.:, ...",. ZearnaL ...

\ 'You can get tiespatj. 'iiuUntr-at'thls mer's BwalllRootaDd the address Letitf; -Jh pie/ provUluu U kino mad. tor hi. Iwo a portion of his fortune In good front bis childhood, lie. has shown_ a ,;':
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YOLGSIA. COUNTY RECORD. The Live Oak Democrat quotesa ALL OVER THE COUNTY Orange City. Blunvelt, returned to Titnsville Toes mI

shrewd merchant, who is a con day.

!Mr W B Hickson and moved WATTS & MILLER i .
stant advertiser, as saying: TKMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Mr and Mrs.Ward are recent arrivalsat family ,

Entered In the Pm'xiffloe at t) L*DdM fla.. "When I want the people in a RECOBW'OFFICE BY ITSCORRESPONDENTS. tho Fenwick House, from Maytown to Osteen Tuesday and
_lid class mutter.B. TilE will occupy the Thomas house on
certain. territory ,to get so familiar The Fullertons will give asocial dance }I
'i Carpenter Ave.
' -
with me that they will thinkof in Library Hall on Saturday night.; HARDWARE FURNITURE 4 i
B. PREY A.TT, Editor ft rroprZetor.w Our school> will close on March 2nd. .
Miss Willie Hurst Johnson of Paris ,
:: ; _. .. .. me whenever they are i in need Pierson, lIlies Milbnrn will be transfered to Port
---- -- --- -
cousin E .
Ky, is down visit to her
of goods in my line I want to on a Orange school amid Miss Nellie Pattillo t
Fou Thousand men are at work M Carpenter UNDERTAKING ,
David Jones of Snnnyslde ban treated .
speak to them in issue of will go at once to Tallahassee, where
,, on::,the Key West extension of the every'' himself to a fine span> of liitbt bay buggy The Euchre Club 'was well attended she will take a three months' teachers' <<
the ) '
paper they get. Many merchants LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE; FURTSInitare
: Florida. East Coast fly.rc ponies. Tuesday evening/ notwithstandingthe course In the State College.
I A .
. have accomplished this, blustering condition of the weather.A and Everything for your homo the Best> nnil Latest in
quiet Dr B
) ,. > >i Hi'' Our agreeable neighbors, the Market, and oar prices are an LOW,AS POSSIBLE for the
Notwithstanding they camel and every one of them has doneit A Fogelstrom, wife and son.: spent. last brother of Mr W J Martin arriveddown Norton---Munsell. fino class oC Goods we o"rry. ,hour| Furniture Department l is three

';w te; all the resort places of Florida in the way the merchant week In DeLand. from Maes! of Saturday on a Visit, (Savannah, Oa. ., Press) doors north of our Hardware Store. and when in need of anything. in.
our lines we will take pleasure in showing through eithe dElPlU't.ment.
are now crowded with tourIsts quoted says. There is no other Eugene Fierson, who is quick to praise ,' and to enjoy the balmy breezes of fair I The marriage of Miss. Clara Elizabet i iMl1n We have the goods you need and yon.will satisfy you or your

way to accomplish this result, abd slow to blame, I is> nursing injured Florida. for a season. I ell, of Erie, Pa, and Dr. Walter I money back. ;

::: ; _ _ and its accomnlishment is worth hand, result of a fall. Mr. J, L. True is the only person in Norton, of Savannah Qa., which took Careful Attention given all 'Mall Orders., i

.\.,., An immense vegetable crop more to a firm than any stock of S W Bishop, the lively manager of Orange City who has a license to sell place yesterday in DeLand, Fla.,-'W88

.. the Bakersbnrg Naval Stores industry, real estate. He has some great bargains an unusually beautiful event. It. was UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.Mr. .
,; will come out of the lower East in :Florida.
goods In and residence lots
went to Palatka Sunday orange grove performed at high noon at St Barpabn
Ooast section this well]) J. A. Stith, graduate
: Spring, as Capt HO Price, who is identified with Mr and Mrs Lovell who have been Episcopal Church, the Rev. Mr. Gray of one of the finest Embalming

;r ., as a fine pineapple crop LThe following offices are to be the naval stores and saw mill businessof > guests of the Fenwick House all winter officiating, and was followed by a reception Schools of the country, is in "

.i\ (tiled at the-election to be held S A Baker at Bakersbnrg, was here left on Wednesday for St Augustine and wedding breakfast at the charge of this'department and ,

The most disquieting feature next November, the nomination Saturday. where they will sojourn for a while be. bride's home. The only attendant> .attention will !give to prompt detail and careful of tbi .

about the Chinese situation is fore North. were the bride's sister Miss Erneatin every
of candidates for which offices Mr,Hiram Ashley and wife or De. going work., '

/: ,that the moat, harrowing predictions will be made at the democratic! Loon Springs have moved Into this com- Miss Sazie "strange of MemphisTenn, Mnn ellmald of honor, aud Mr. Raiford Funeral ,
who l is of Mrs E U Rust for the Falligant, of Savannah,. who atttended I Supplies ,
Ii guest
have not oom'e from Shang munity. They are comfortably settled '
: primaries to be held in May and
Dr. Norton as best man. The bride
winter returned from .a short trip to 4.
} hai.. In Lake Villa. Always In Stock.KLICKER. '
June : A Member of Congress wore an exquisite princess of
Tampa Wednesday and will be at Nor. gown ,
*: :. from each of the three districts ; !Mrs Willonghby Minshew of West wood Villa for the.rest of the season. white duchess satin> the bodice finished(
Dr. Wiley says he is much Pierson made a pilgrimage to Jacksonville with a garniture of point lace, and a

afraid of the insertion of "the two Justices of the Supreme and spent month with a daughter Mr and Mrs Matbew Paterson Corn soft rose pleated rnching at the bottom -
Court two Railroad Commissioners ( wall of Patterson, New York are guestsof T
returning Sunday.
;: codfish'clause" in the Pure Food of the skirt giving a very soft and grace
Mrs E O Rust at Norwood Villa.
; sixteen State Senatorsin Capt Jack Tnrner the nervy, efficient till effect to the gown. Her veil was
i\o'\ Bill. Wonder if he did not meani" have been making tour of FlorIda :
; the even number of districts ; Sheriff of this county who Is broad-'! They held in place by a half wreath of natnr .
lobster? and, have come in from Tampa
ranged and not afraid of shadows al blossoms and her
in each' county, Tax Collector ( was orange boquet was .
The past week has been.a lively one bride and maidenhair
; In our territory Friday. of roses fern. She
1' The: report that there i is a new Tax Assessor, Treasurer, Members for Orange City. The social at The wore the groom's gift a beautiful rose- Merchant Tailors
Mr Gnstoff Hag trom. an experienced
of the Board Commissioners
;.; revolution in Santo Domingo ISI' County FYnwIUc was very pleasant. Everybody shaped pin (If pearls The maid ofhonor -
members of the Boardof orchardlst and planter, shipped a killingof took in the dance, from gentlemenof )
< incorrect. It is the' 'same old dressed pork to Stetson's cold storage part wore a charming gown of pink silk

.I'::.: revolution under infiuitismal Public Instruction, members tor treatment from here last week. eighty to girls till of fifteen after 10.summers, net, very becoming to her petite brn- Three Doors South from Fisher's Corner
of the House of Representatives which wa,kept up nette beauty, and carried an .armful:
Mr J 0 Gross crosntie contractor for
changes. A from The Trues amountingto At the home where the
Yf party pink roses. ,
Justices of the Peace.
the East" Coast, Railway, was In town
nineteen or twenty took conveyances wedding/ breakfast was served, the de:! We are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fishers
&' After the publication of Secre- Tuesday, having business with civil together with lunch baskets on Fridayand orations were in white and pink, the corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call

tary Wilson's blacklist, the seeds The State Democratic Commit engineer and estimator B B Minshew. visited Green Springs! and before Ion, table very attractive in ite beautiful and inspect our New Line of Samples, for bith: Ladles and Gentlemen.
., just in-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always
) men of the country must rate tee in session at Jacksonville last A splendid tinning was Indulged in returning rode through the DeBarry appointments. At one end white /guaranteed you by us. The beet material on the market for the mon

.. ,: him: as the Col. Mann of the Saturday named May 15th for the last Saturday by two of our sportsmen, >lnce. In the course of their trip they roses were used and the large wedding ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that (rive
1f. J J Peterson and Reynold Farrell, in drove through/, branch which being cake was covered with orange blossoms satisfaction We are prepared to turn out more and better work

:L,:> government service. first and June 12th for the sec Lake Horn. They came home with ten greatly swollen by the recent rains, resulted At the other end pink flowers prevailed, than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order.ItirRuits .

ond primary. A later date would trout. ia wet feet and skirts to some of and the cake was in the same delicate repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.

:i i: Mr : F. Augustus Ileinzo has have been better, more convenient The public school here under the the party. color. Many beautiful presents were KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda

f sold out his copper mines and for the farmers, and members management of Miss Elizabeth Bardwell --- received, among/ them complete dm .

will now devote himself strictly representing their interests, l is prosperous and well patronized. Four BRILLIANT SOCIAL FUNCTION lug/ room set of elegant nmhogany/ from {.1 I.1r

:/*; to ,the busines of becoming aV worked for such a date but the scholars from outside were enrolled Tie "Oeoige" ; Washington Birthday the brtda'n mother. Dr. iiinl, dre.
* "' recently. Pait>," which took the foirn of pro Norton left during the aftornoon for
United States Senator. .
-- '--' majority contended for and was gressive whist, followed by a dance, at Tampa, Sc Peteibnrg and other pointsin -

successful for an early contest.It Mrs Farrell and Reynolds, lonesome the Orange City Hotel on the 22nd, was Florida, nnd after an extended trip

Tom Lawson is the frankestman ; is kind of an off year but there lira> W P Johnson and little son La- truly a brilliant fuu..tlonlu ovary sense> will be at buiuo in Savannah lit 103 Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops.

on record. He says' he has will be plenty doing now soon bythe' nalr, left Saturday to join her husband, of the word. ;In size, elaboration, and Oglethorpe avenue west. Mrs Nortonis

fixed it so that the "system"ea.n' condidates and olitlcian: telegraph Clssimmee.operator and depot agent at attractiveness, the affair was quite beyond the daughter: of Mrs Virginia E.

1> anything hitherto attempted in Munsell, of Erie, Pa., and Is a young
break him no matter whatit
Candidates for State Senator, A thousand thanks to von Capt Carl Orange. City and that it proved such a woman of greet; personal beauty and

does to his supporters. two Representatives, County Tax 'rnrnqnist for showing S E Smith and i distinct success tested to the growthand charm of munner. She visited in Savannah Wagons anl Bjj tea hIe or Ujjuirjl 1. KMJ J hoeing a f,

Collector, Assessor, Treasurer, W H Cozene through the Stetson:! [University popularity of the town as a winter lust winter and won many

;c! If President Castro wants real County Commissioners, School during their pilgrimage to Dejind resort. friends who will welcome her with Specialty. Carriage, buggy and wagon painting done in the

wealth he to court week The hotel bower of cut pleasure to her new home. Dr. Nortonis best .
ought disclose his Board and Clerk of the Criminal was a palms manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing \
S one of the city's most prominent
system to a lot of these banksthat'are Court all to be nominated in Vo- M J London shot and killed a monster lowers, pendant five hundred moss, banners of the and last I young physicians. Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give .
lags! over
failing merely because wild-cat one day last week, which
lusia. named having been employed in the --- me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
they do not have the make the second> one killed here lately.
money. The cats have been raiding the sheep .ecorations. The broad piazzas were Tile Fist. Methodist Episcopal Church.'

: TilE LATE JOHN B. STETSOX. ranges> and had just kill a fine lamb artistically draped with the national First Methodist Episcopal Church
'According to the press dispatches olors while the spacious parlors and
when shot.Honest corner of Boulevard and Howry Ave.
In editorial notice of the
<: France and Germany an billiard room were thrown open, cleared Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning DEMRO

"'J,* .. have now reached "alsolutely) death of Mr.\ Stetson the Phila- Nels and Mrs Pierson of this .nl decorated for the occasion. I service, worship and sermon, at eleven THEO Orange City, Florida. .
place, examples of industry and who
delphia Bulletin : Under twin flags which surmounted> ---'
7' irreconcilable" stage that usually says o'docK. Subject of sermon "Christ On -.-- 'fo-t
>i are not afraid of hammock reptiles are the fol ling doors and were in turn surmounted Door A cordial welcome
the Step to
precedes international "The death of John B. Stetsonis
an hiplnor S cases of palm decorations toNew old and valuable ,
by an engraving ---- -- ----'
----'--'------'---- -
and others.
agreement.. a loss to the city of a eelfmade York each week and they re. of onr first President gracefully strangers .

man in the full sense of that celved another order for 43 cases Saturday impersonated by Mr A A Patten !St.! Barnabus'Chnrch.S. 1

|. There are' few towns in Florist much abused term. afternoon. fill. ant, his wife, Martha impersonated/, WILLIAM KOLM-ON"
St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.
.1 da making greater or more sub "lie was not a widely known Mr N L Pierson of this place i ii mak. by tne charming and popular Mis Mofiirlin Campbell Gray Rector. March 4th, ,

>' stantial progress than DeLand. citizen ; he was not in the habitof Ing marked improvements by way of received the hundred and First Sunday in Lent: 7:80 a. m Holy DKALER IN .
'remodeling, repairing and beautifying wenty.five guests Communion; 8:/BO a. m Morning Prayer
d 'Aa to location, attractiveness, thrusting himself forward to Gen. Washington impressive and, followed by Sunday school; 11 a. m. Hardware
his handsome dwelling, and a beautiful : was Furniture Dr Goods Second Hand Goods Etc
Choral service with
sermon 5pm.
health and citizenship town claim attention but wheneverhis ; ,
% no .
fresh coat of paint is also in evidence on dignified in sedate black broadcloth, Evensong;, and sermon 8 p. m. St.:! ..c

can equal it.'f fellow-citizens did hear of this; desirable home. The splendid, workIs black sill., stockings, sliver knee buckles Tirnothnv's> church, Orange City. Ser 'J

him it was generally in connection being done by the Hagstrom brothers, and a lace stock of ancient pattern vice with sermon. I I have consolidated I my two stores, and now have a larger and bet I

Senator Patterson' says that with something useful or Fred and Carl. while 'Airs! Washington" was moot attractive I I ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general household
in pink brocade. Her half, At the Catholic Church goods than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right.
f not only has he not resigned'from beneficial. Charlie Smith, depot agent and tele- In my second hand household department can be found
some biff bar-
;' the democratic but, thai t at this which was worn high, wan heavily Sunday. March 4th, First Sunday of gains. (I buy and sell second band household
party n humble beginnings he operator place. spent> last Services at usual hours 6 goods, etc.)) I promise
; powdered and surmounted by a high Lent a. 111. bargain In either .
l; there will be a rough house:if they inday with his old friend Jim Baileyat 10 a m. and 7:80: p. m. Lenten courseof you department. Prompt attention given all orders
::9je. 0 the control of one of those sliver comb, while her kerchief wa quick delivery. Don t fail to give me your orders.
DeLeon Springs while S K Smith, lectures on "Coufe "lon, Subject for
[ democratic party attempts'--to aught with an heirloom daguerreotype
great manufacturing businessesin Sunday "Ibe Priest's Christ
his father, acted timing lackey boy In night: giv- WM. KOLMON ORANCE
f resign! i from him.' which Philadelphia stands set in amber. en Power of Forgiving Sins" CITY. FLORIDA
pre.< the railway shebang during his absence
The guests were announced and pre. A cordial invitation is extended to all
eminent and earned from it and the worthy R R outfit had
a no pnz-
'The of sented to the host and hostess. of the non Catholics
: pledge the midshipmen
large; fortune. This he spent in zlel bleating tailless calf lance corporal day by Mrs John Polk Allen. M. J. CUR LEY, Rector.
io"bs'tain from hazing might betaken supernumerary on the deck to .
large part for the benefit of his quarter Progressive whist followed the introductions I. 1-----

,' more seriously if one could associates and employes along excuse and set old Patsy a lde. with nineteen tables, the Methodist Episcopal Church'! !South! .

: forget' the number of similar practical lines helpfulness and Mrs J A Harper of this place enter. core cards being tastefully dwsiorned Regular services> every Bahbith at 11
tamed a Ollt.nd 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10a ... .
: pledges the midshipmen have quite a number of lovely young/ latchets red for the men and white for SEASON
for philantrophic m: Junior J Kpworth League 8 Sen.
concerns. ;
many pm .
tidies and gallant mulligan laddibncks the ladies, surmounted, by tricolored
'made in the past. ior Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid.week
"Mr. Stetson bore the reputa- last Wednesday afternoon ti an ice OBBttei. prayermeeting Wednesday, 7 80 p io.. A

'It is China tion of being just. and considerate cream cooling cake feast, mixed with The prizes were drawn by Mrs Charles cordial invitation is extended to all The
announced that is Arms -
employer and there wouldbe .a Jim popcorn clean sweep. 8 E Smith :It: John and !Mr!Sarver of Pennsylvania theee services. College

: sending soldiers to. Manchuria to gave the party a little patch work MroJ St John ai the winning lady, wad seeLow

'- take the places'of all the Japanese far less friction between cap palaver at the wind up in which be told rownd by "Mr: Washington," with a Rates to Louisville, Ky., and Re- "

', ,who have withdrawn. But ital and labor as well as far lessjealousy them that our Pierson and Einporlaonnjf wreath Marechal:\ Neil roses. turn via Atlantic Coast Line. '; '

it may "be remarked that this of wealth if men in kin. ladies are remarkably handsome Frappe was served after the presenta- DB LAND, FLORIDA ,,.
not dred pursuits were to be govern. and graceful but you know you are tion of pilzeo and all the guests then The Atlantic Coast Line will'sell )
:.process! "depopulating' China ed by the same considerationsthat only the Pierson and Emporia flowerrop. assembled on the lawn and piazza, tickets to Louisville, Ky., on February Opens for Guests December 1st 1905 _
very rapidly. I tell that 24th, 2"tb and 83th, at rate of one tare .. .
there is
you whole taken. Later
it photograph was
influenced him pint twenty-five cents ((35)/ ) for the round
as an unostentatious -
T -* ,
; division of sweet, lovable young womenIn the pallorsand, billaril room were trip, with flial limit March 4th, 1906.
': ;The John B. Stetson Universi- and level-headed almoner DeLand .and they are noted for their eared and a il.ince followed. Those to For further information see Atlantic Under the management of John Q''
Holland '
t' 4 of his bounty."It queenly figures and Coast Line Agents, or write. ,
and the town'of DeLand lost a graceful personal whom credit for the attractive features (same last
,... half..mimon 'dollars. bYthe re- is such men that quietly charms. ..' of the affair Is due are Mr J H Gill, who FRANK C. BOYLSTON, the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE as HOTEL season). Manager of .-.
District Passenger Agent.Jacksonville Blue Mountain ,
"If, "
,: cent help to make a city strong The Robinson Hall ball designed and did the decorationassisted
: University trouble. Mr. great room at Seville Lake
..t by Mrs Patten, !!!, Mrs Blake, Mrs John ; Fla. New York, (Adirondack Mountains)
'"" and and in his has never since> its erection been so ;
'Stetson' will for 'this prosperous case '
;' provided crowded as> it was last Thursday nightat Polk Allen, Mrs Wood Mrs McFarlin, - -- - For rates, reservations and other information .

,i1 large amount' as an additional he amply proved that the success the pleasant and enjoyable miuqner- Miss McFarlin, !Mrs Glass. Miss Wells, Seed Corn for Sale.The on and after November 5th, 1005> address ; ,'

: :endowment before this trouble which springs from frugality ads ball Every available Mrs Nasen Mrs Keck Mr Beohtel, Mrs ::0-:
seat> and space JOHN 0. .
has fine of HOLLAND. .
a'j\!, ;'r. .came ui, ... and honest, thorough attention being occupied by spectators while the Gill, Miss Smith, Miss Webster, Mrs C .seed corn. well adapted a to this variety climate.for .

":;f! ; ;.,4h ,*'**,t }_' to the.work. and purpose ,with perfect floor was crowded from wall to L Carroll, and !Mrs Fenn.Osteen.. .lp., It bears. >several ears to stalk and THE COLLEGE ARMS 1

'';::1'.7. 'kf.i. 't*Broward's scheme to drain. the which a man starts his business wall with scores> of merry making develops full and plump. On good ,

:/i!:f"; ;** 1\\*Evergl&dells' great scheme to life, is still a live example and masked dancers, where they rocked and per ground acre.it Price yield 75 from cents 00> per to peck.60 bushels Ad. DeLand, FIdrida.! .. .

.J ] 'drain i the State treasury and this incentive to who measured down the German waltz, the dress "
young men are
.' French whirl '
Virginia reel, the Mr K B Osteen several in I'
\", S\;is bout all,it ,will amount. to. now as empty handed as he was SpanIsh cotlUlon and out the pigeon DeLand this week. I r _. ;:.

"". ';\,< 5Mr: ;;Broward >wil} find this 'I.out when an unknown hatter. wing and did the double shuffle on old'laher's Orange City. Fla.
Mr Ed
Pattillo came up from his __ 1 .." ,:.
",, \"'.;1'after spending:many: thousands "Of him it may be truly said hornpipe and then they hopped Indian River drove Monday. -

C', j''of dollars) of the tax payers'mon' that he has left his adapted city wired the Florida in and cake: walk, and in fact they I Rev W F Allen of Tltnsvllle spent> a
soshayed out JOHN B.
': The"attempt wilf the better. for every hop ..z1
simply rein"a havinglived and step> In the dance drill. The parS of Tuesday in Osteen. "tT .
: in it." music ... ,""'
/.wt ;,waste'of'thepeople's; vas excellent the Miss Milbnrn of Tort Orange visited>
1 .. : young ladles> sweet> ORANdE CITY FLA
V'",tt oey.J... "' .,,' and handsome and the laddlbocki polite her sister here several day> last week. ; ;: ''; '
,, : ; j is /1 9lobW&ri'che 'j'I jt"" '.
and \
.Alfonso sober
; evidently a ;, the masquerade costumes Mr> Sara.Davis went DeLand, Wed. .. .,...
;, ;,'>>.Oot nan'':'Clark 1 :; hal, :sue: believe'* "'In the 'maxim. about were a perfect fairy dream from theslyle usday to visit her sister :Mr> 3 H Bond. Fancy and bacco Staple, Cigars Groceries, To- ,,' '\. ." "1 ,
"\1' ', in gattinghvorabie:. j tePoUrom marrying in ha8t .."' > other of costume a gypsy fortune teller to every Mr Anderson of Kissemmee was in I I "Elastic" Dookcaso I "I ,; .. ::-";.: y.. .
nameable. Jake ;
i\\ ; the'.House'on"his"'bill Herper'suniform > steen Tuesday on business with Mr W Goods and Desk combined.
1 :: seemed as baggy, unfitting, Walters. Dry Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc. : '
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't. awkward
; ;\ e. and odd M the sailor> whale Permlb as much or as UUIa
,'.,uw."wA Miami.,; "Oongressmanrovg Love..H! nlwuyn building up. It put Usher Jonah on his return from the Mr L 0 Paschal and wife of, Gaiues-> Best and Freshest Canned Goods book SPlIce as wnutoO.Comprises I ifl, '1-
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'v some ,Uue'of. bounty on every life'IttoiKlien. whale wallow his yule, Ala. are visiting the. family of Mr hand and all first Desk Unit '.. !' ,
,,; c; it ( a worker' and in:' upon > three day'trip *> constantly on fow Book Unlb _____ : ''f
Zaclc BattonMessrs or many us ,
: : 'It make life: seem> more class Groceries for table. '
'Ii' ,J1' of the red sea. About 9 o'clock the ;your CslId.!: :: P.oomy' :: convenient ri ;;(, .
: meniber> :of'Congressof .wortn' :wul!<'.'o every one Into,whose ,t. : _
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to raise. the hand to the eyes Country Produce boughtOrder 104. .
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'.. "II .' FOl i',,:;4r "" ',H ""' ': :: .: ,.' ':: i" to b..1I.Ih'a'way the veil of sleep, and at the. Tournament race .' J.. ALLEN &,//CO.' ..

i.he hM aecoia* : 'I' 8 o'clock their welcome was worn oat; Mis Woodcock of Wlllmlngton, N O.nd receive careful attention Agents : .. ) I. .

I' ,' 14M ffltjbj* pe ; : ,.- b d7' then the company .stood> 8 flash light MI. Benson of Him, are guests, of anti delivery prompt. You will DELANO. FLA.I ,- _______ 0 .

1 .oo.d4i.e. ,baM MB. undoubted title snapshots> then dree parade a 'clean.weep Mr D O Monroe this WHit, And my prices M low a* the lowest. ., J.. .
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] ,." Bee!Haeel the Piano Tuner Mr. Ap T. ttossetter was In town from L '_ 'T.' \ 1''e' 'ri:; ; tYs ,r ,, !, .,( ,-..." \

Fresh garden seed of all kind, can be Enterprise Tuesday. &- ,.

..tJ had, at Fisher' See tbe new Pastel Shades at Dreka's: I
Hon. J. B. Conrad was in town from Millinery Department.

,ll', 11-t Qlenwood Tuesday. Hon Frank E. Bond was in Jacksonville
xc: For musical Instruments, the beat to on business Wednesday.

,:;. be had, see Erlckson. Dreka& Co. tell you some Interesting
/ a r* !.. :,.. Miss Dora' Kllkoff: returned yesterday things in their ad, his,week '

from a visit to Miami. ..,' Attorney J. E Alexander has re

I (.. .\ Don't forget the Temple Quartet at turned from a visit to hie former Tennessee
Of1: II S. '.. .4,.. '-I" the Auditorium tonight. home

: New Mr. Ellis G. Blake was In town from Prof. Frank B. Osborn spent last iqf4
10 1 : Lade Helen Wednesday. week at Jacksonville and in the northern I

Mr. E. M. Carpenter wan an Orange portion of the State

City visitor to DeLand Wednesday The Volnsla peach growers are feeling omwtF'krq

:(: are arriving daily. There is a general Judge D L. Oanlden was up from good over prospects of a fine crop of this
Titnavllle over Sunday last visiting hie fruit this summer.

'i)1; "I" air of NEWNESS family. The County Commissioners and
:"I! throughout A large number of the Putnam Inn School Board will meet in regular/ '

I ,.j guests spent Tueaday on a picnic at De- monthly session here Monday.A .

the store. If you desire to know Leon Springs terrific wind blew all last Tuesday.

I !, Wanted-A spring wagon, acme and The city should pee to it that the streetsare I

plow foi orange grove Apply to V. dally well sprinkled during the
;: : what is just right" step in and see. Daubert, DeLand. March winds.

Mat Ziegler is keeping the Mr. Carl Stulber, who formerly bad a
DeLandt tailoring business at this place, arrived WI
market well supplied with
'. '. our goods. veetables ( -
from his truck farm. from Illinois Tuesday, paying DeLand
f,.;. friends< short visit.
Those who enjoy good singing should
f7fJ/ikW/ !
Our Millinery Department is not fail to hear the Temple Quartet at For Sale-30 acres Bne budded orange
/ the Auditorium tonight, Friday. trees in fine bearing) condition. Worth
$ ,500. Can be had for (800 If told in
: showing the most stylish and be- Mr. E. L. McBride has been confined 20 d ys. J. L. Nackola DeLand Fla
to his home on Howery Ave. the past 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker, who
.. HATS to be had. two weeks, suffering from rheumatism down from Washington, spending: a :
coming Mrs S. W. Johnston entertained a month on their fine place at DeLeon t/(/

number of frl..ndslaet Thursday night Springs, were In town the first of the
in honor of her guest Miss Snaverly of week.
Art Squares and Rugs going at Archer, Fla.Various CLOTHING
Now is the time to buy the finest and
io' kinds of innsical Instruments best varieties of peach and catalpa trees
cut prices this week. at Erlckson's; also pianos, organs, talKing of E. H. Hayward at lass than whole

,. machines in the world.and the beat sewing machines sale pecan prices treee.1Ir. tie has a good: stock of best New Spring Styles, Fancy Vests,

Winter Goods and Clothing Col. and Mrs. H. T. Fisher of Cleveland : and Mrs. Paul H. Riehens, of Fancy Shirts New Oxford Shoes

Ohio are at the Putnam Inn. : Orand Rapids, Mich., are visiting ,

marked down. They are IperdlnL'their second season" Madams\ Carpenter and Haynes. Mr.

at that popular hotel. Riehens is one of Michigaus largest contractors V. M. FOUNTAIN.The
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rnv Conrad, at and builders. .
the home of her sister, Mra. A. HWnodall .
lion. Jaiuen.W. Perkins returned the lid
G. A. Dreka & Co. Sunday afternoon last, a nice first of the week from Jacksonvlllle,
little girl, Mrs. Dr. Baerecke attending.
where be attended, as a member from
Our sister city, Orange City, is run- Volumit, the meeting of the State Democratic Uetand. C. T. U. For Site-Five acre bearing oranlCerwei
... ning over with tourists. Everything 1 is Executive Committee The meeting of the Woman's Christian : ; 200 boxes>: last year, 000 tile
full and a fine class of visitors from Temperance Union Thursday after Hires blocks North of University in
Dr. Wharton will preach at the limits. Qool location for
nearly all the states-North, East and of last week of special lorporate -
noon was one
West. Baptist church on Sunday, March 4th, bail ling. Satisfactory. reasons for sell-
i interest and enjoyment. i One of the best la D.Larl.
In the morning at 11 a. m. and in the ng groves !
Wilber McCoy, Immigration Agent The ladies were glad to welcome their I., G Hiuulin..
evening/ 7:80: p. m. All are cordially
; for'the Atlantic Coast Line, was in invited to attend these services. president, Mrs. McCrory, who has been
town this week. He has been putting out of town for some time.
in some good advertisng work for DC Geo. P. Colby the inspirational .After the business for the day was !,*.**>.ii>*<.FEe *.te>e-.*.Ft.n,
Land. speaker will hold a series of meetings disposed of by the members of the Union 5 T

-r President Lincoln Ualley who no-1.in a tent at his place near Lake Helen the ladies bad the pleasure of listening

companled Mra. Stetson North returned |beginning Sunday March 4tn, at 2 p. m. to undresses, and greetings from several ; Garden i .
\ home this week. Dr. Hulley assisted No mission(charged free will offering.H. visitor Among them were Mrs Ansten *

LOCAL SYNOPSIS. In the funeral services of Mr. Stetson at A. Boley has opened a jewelry re of Nebraska;; Miss Farqnahar of Ohio; T

the Ashbonrne home. pair shop in the east room of the bank Mrs. Looruls of Vermont; Miss Balcom I Seed T TT

THE IMVOlUAJir NEWS ITEMS! UTILE F In the spelling test at Beelar's school building, and IK I prepaired to repair in of New York, aol Mrs. Warner of TT
on Thursday, Paul Powell spelled 00 first'clase style all watches clocks Nebraska These ladies are membersof .
PAST WEEK. out of the 100 words selected from the jewelry, and will scientifically fit you Unions in their respective states and .
and cheer T Sugar CornS :
brought encouragement to
review exercises, thus winning the prize Mr\ and Mrs. Chamberlain: of Eau .
Local' and Suolety: Item for the People'* box of Huyler's candy. the DeLand Union. T xe '.
a Claire Wis.
are ut The College Arms
Peper*..Brlef Mention of Facts .. Mr. and Mrs. John Rhelnbardt again after several absence. Mrs Beans :;:
oOweneboro t years
Fur Sale-Eight acres of fine bearing T* .
Fresh Stock of Sean by our Reporter.W. Ky., are at College Arms Chamberlain is toe daughter of the late 9
and nine with
orange grove, acres grove .
This popular couple General UuQingtou, one of the Peas
formerly spent pioneersof .
noose, barns, sheds, cistern and well
GARDEN SEED S. Taylor, Dentist.Dr. their winters here Mr. R. once havinga DeLand. water. At a great bargain if sold in ; :;:

Melletie's Remedies at Allen's. fine grove near this place Fur Sale-20 acres or laud, six acres next 00 days. Mrs Lena Norris, northwest ; Water. Melon :T;:
New curios The Ladies' Aid Society of the Preshy. in budded of Stetson Station. P. O. address .
the lowest. constantly arriving aBrill' t orange trees. A goobouse TT
prices .
, ,, tartan church will receive orders for of three rooms good barn kitchen Highland ;; Seed T:;:

Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. marketevery plain sewing. Orders can be left with furniture, grove implements. Shell .
,; Lumley & Osteen. Friday. any member of the Society or at tne road runs through the place. Price$S40.':> Meat Market. for '
Parish House Monday afternoon. J, L. Nuukols DuLand, k'la.: T Everything T TT
, The orange trees are taking on an The very best Western and Florida
immense bloom. Mr C. H. Dearborne who has spent Jlv\ John Cranor delightfully enter-
moats can always be had at the Marsh T spring planting., T TM
Mrs. Ed Spencer was a Camp Casaa- moat of the past twenty winters at the tanned a number! of friends Wednesday Market The choicest Routs, Steaks, .
daga visitor Putnam arrived the first of the week night, the event in honor of the both Chops, Beef Mutton and Pork, Sausage, I i
.... from the St. John N. B, home, and I anniversary of the birth of her uncle etc. The standard packed meats on I I M G. W. FISHER.
Read Fountain's pew announcement hand. Try Marsh's\ Market and the |
I will remain the rest of the season at the Mr. J. J. Banta. Dolicioui refreshments ,
elsewhere In best for home m
today's your T1
i i Putnam. were served during the evening.

The Dinkey sailor. Have you seen it 1 Hon. R. D. Coult and hie mother, I Mr and Mrs. William Laws of Orange MARSH BROTHERS i I w'fU5 UI aS ..UFgI...S

shown at DreWs" Millinery Store. who have been at DeLand the past I I City: were in town Thursday. Mr. "_ H_ _
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eon, Sunday month or w. left MondHy for Pittsbnrg, I Laws has been in the saw mill business
t morning'(, February 20th, a fine girl l where the former Volusia Representative at that place fur mnny'years. During r %%% !ti

Mr. B. B. Minshew was at tie county in the State Legislature is at presentin the month of February be iillud orders

sees from the Plerson section Wednes business. for cut lumber amounting. to nearly A. H. WOODALL

' The Beggar Prince Co. played to a >$;;,000.
Let Us Show You E. W. Bond 200 house, at the .
and Mrs.aynard $ High School Audi Messrs Casper llowarth and W. L.
Bond of Lake Helen spent Tuesday in torlum last Monday and kept the crowd, Weaver of Chester Paare ut The .Fine Groceries.

.i- the city. In a roar almost from start to finish. It College Arm They have been down in .

Mt. Brill has just received a fine lot is a fine company the best at DeLandfor the KissiuiuieH section killing aligators

.R : of high class alligator hand bags and many a year. for the past two week The former .
Our new Oriental Rugs and Art pocket books. A party of fifty-four winter visitors of gentleman bus an interest in the Honeywell If you are looking around for the

Mrs S. A. Wood retnrned the first of Orange City spent a delightful time at t grove on west New York Ave, best to
place buy supplieswouldn't
the week from a visit to St. Augustine the Acquatio Club grounds last Wednesday your
Wait for hint Dr. H,
Squaree. No trouble. Glad to do it. E. Armstrong,
and Jacksonville. on a picniu The party was in the
charge of Major Brenna of the Con- the Eye and Nerve Specialist, of Jack'Honvtlu you give us preferenceif
Flowers foliage and ribbon were is i making .a personal tour
nectlcnt State Militia. knew-
never prettier than at this season. Seethe through the State and will be In this you
display at Dreka's. Mr. 8. A. Rowley editor of the city on Apr. 5-0-7. Former patients are
"f J. F. ALLEN & COMPANY DeLand has been ruehed with show* Lor nine, Ohio Dally Herald wire and requested to report and others should THAT our stock is the most complete ,

,. \..' this winter and some very good! ones two children arrived the first of theweek take advantage of this opportunity to to be found in the city?
have here this to spend the rest of the season at E see the Doctor, who will positively beliwre
, season DeLand They are occupying the in person. All cases of eye troubles THAT our goods are always first classin I
Mrs. Stetson
arrived from Philadelphia

Haynes cottage on Temple Court. and chrouio diouuses handled by tbe and '
quality to be
absolutely guaranteed
last night for a short stay. She 1 is
at the DeLand home "Qillen." The Temple Quartet, which will appear famous system of Neuralogy, without just as represented by us?
at the University Auditorium tonight crag or npnatioua.There ;
Mrs. E. L. McBride entertained
will give the only musical THAT we are giving all our to the '
Bridge, three tables, last Saturday and enter were crowds of DeLand ladies .energy j
; .. / ,r-t II II.r The Best Thingfor a pleasant r of this Quartet is greater than that opening at O. A Dreku & (Jo's .Fri

.r __ .... a boy or /girl to learn nowadays guests. of any other company of the kind in the day Saturday lout us well as many from We invite inspection our goods and our" :
.; 01 125.000 .. Is shorthand. The Isaac Mr. Berlin Wright, with a party from South. nearby towns purchasing and inspect* '

:--:Jti+ b "" -...-. Pitman la the best synten, flee Lake Helen passed through the olty Mr. E. Nelson Blake who spends hl e tag the exquisite spring huts of the treatment will please you. !
r".t' :\: lar's School la the beet early Wednesday morning for a picnlo .
place to | wlntere and has Interest at Lake Helen, latent creation, many of which are lui-
-, _.. -.. \....., O. ......, -' 1J.... learn. at DeLeon Springs. lead the Vesper service at the University ported. Mrs. Mace, the milliner in Phone 79 A. H. WOODALL '
.. Parties visiting- In DeLand Mr. aud -Mrs. Oas Dreka left the Auditorium last Sunday afternoon and charge of this department, has been
c.- .:L.p.b..A's.Dan. may send their children to latter part of the week for Jacksonville gave most admirable address. Mrs Nortli tbe past two ,u.outus studying f '

.. Beelar's School and hare them where Mr. Dreka has accepted a position Blake, of fine sweet voice gave two the iej riugtend summer styles and selecting -"-- ,
il wen ails', ni old agate, d wanted ban continued -- -" "
in their shoe -
1.s. oe 0 yV4om' '' greet bualiMwl by the courses without In B leading store. beautiful solos during the service. tills stuck wine the taste of an ar
tlm.I. wa thirty VJhld,, olud, la become* good change of books, thus ena Miss Cole the reader with the Temple Levi Collette, the DeLand list and that she succeeded, It only requires
;,1 emenueede, sad et Into the. M.n....'. office bling them them to ngro whohae
Be a ..........ph... There I I. no quUMr _'.. In resume their Quartet, Is an artist of exceptional: t been convicted several times before au inspection of the beautiful rW. A. ALLEN & CO ,
t.... my la ......1...**' .u_"/VnAmfe lr4d. 1 place. their classes upon re ability. She will give several readingsat the Criminal Court for dealing in shades and colors displayed. nay

,.n I Cagrmfa.r' R..rI" H'.M..._, O.C- structlons turning home. Individual In the Auditorium tonight. red eye was bound over to this court by -

"" --> correct methods. Those who have oranges Ungerenes Judge McCrory last Tuesday for the Obltuiirjr.Mrs. Druggists and Jewelers. ;

and 'grapefruit{ yet to ship are assured same offen Ie. A hack driver, white !McCord Is at rest in Jesus, after ,
fin. ''prices, as the Florida's are now 1 in was also held for carrying concealed along aud painful illness. Mrs. Antonette "
;R'.r'. Millinery Parlors great demand in the Northern market weapons. McCord wife of Prof. George W. Drugs, : .
La.t Wednesday morning was one of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Montrose and McCord of Ohio State University, ,
' %' the coldest we have had thii winter. Mr. Montro e'li mother of .New York Columbus, Ohio, and daughter of Mrs.A. HuyWs Candies: ., ;..;..; ;... '
; k ( Mrs. D.. B. Hargreaves The mercury dropped to the frost point, I City have rooms at Mrs. O. T. Haynes'' E. Allln ot DeLaud Fla. She! leaves school .Books "J""; ..

;' bat no damage was done tender vegeta for March Mr. Montrose and his mother to mourn her death one of the most devoted '". Florida Souvenirs.: t, _:- > 'i. i iToilet

.:... The New Early Spring Styles in tion. spent two seasons here several years tender and lovelng husbands, an Requisites '' .',>f ', ;
Mr., Mayo'<&de left Thnnday for ago./ He has united his destiny with a ag,>d mother, four brothers and two Watches. MelletteSRemedies', ,, e' '
; fi'r.- ': California, where he will charming sisters. Interment in Lexington. ..
Trimmed Hats remain several very young lady sinew bin I""tvl : Ky., Clocks '
..,. -J.: months baying oranges for the Baltimore lt to DeL Ild. former home, Friday, March 2nd, 1900. .;
\\f/ ", T. house he has represents for a Blessed are those who pas from this Jewelry,

t. :; ..;,) /*"" i i A. ,number: of the: very newest'and' most number of yean.. open The in County each Precinct Registration on Monday Books, April will earthly life into the heavenly one, freed '"Silverware' p.

t.:1 ': : I Mrs. O. L. Mace was North six week 8ud. two dijs.ln each week for four how ear&he'In and Borrow, to fwell 1 ? "-"- : < '-).- popular : In the presence ut our Lord. We mourn
: .styles la the trimming rooms studying the weeks, cloning on Monday; April 80th. here feeling the separation, of oar loved Oticat Go-1 rr,
':;. The of latest styles la milliner!. Tb"a'ber Poll taxes: inum,, be paid on or brioy but W4,, will rejoice with them ''
highest grades
.r c : :: materials are time was profitably spent In proved b Friday. May 4th ten days before tliaPrimary wwben; 'we join them in oar. JTatner'i i ;i1 tg'aa+,FOURtal1}! /
.... boa.,., wltll the rwlefmed., ''to' da I' Jwt
into'tliemost 1 the beautiful creations shown ;} '
formed Friday elaotluul:
beautifuland' becoming Those whey hrA.
: ,;. praise to His holy namav. Grieve n.it NEXT TO POSZ ICE.
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COOLING LITERATURE. or.. Llon'n lib.... I OOJD big
I It if really not the male lion, with his THE SYSTEM ,

JmpOYBIISned'.Sol1Impoverished .._...lmc ..I .b..t.. Cruel Jolt terrific roar' and formidable appearance 811001WEAKENS

In tlo. Dwavrt of Koa..lr.Is that the explorer fears but his DISEASE I W can not

there such a thing a* coollug liter. mate. The male lion Is a !good looking .

soil 1 like impov- atureT We think there is, only It can poser but when It comes to business it
Every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and "
be more properly culled the literatureof I la his wife who counts a In the African liberal
,. ei-irilied blood needs a proper coolness.! Horace, wltb bis Bniiduslan Dative Game Is pulled down by the strength and when from any cause this vital stream of life becomes impoverished out a

ft'rt ilizer. A 'chemist by analyzing fountain, has some clnlin to bo the female lion,'' and then the male beats or run-down, it invites disease to enter. No one can be well when the
her be has feasted to repletion, I bloud i is impure; they lack the energy that in natural with health, the complexion -
father of It, though In the description off until
the soil can tell what becomes and the low ebb and they "in the ,
you of cool water Spenser boa probably excelled when she may have what Is left; bones '' pale sallow vital energies are at a ,
I I suffer from general broken-down condition of health. The system is weakened -
fertilizer to use for different every other poet. Goethe, who "the lion's share." a
and unable to resist the diseases and disorders that are constantly assail-
: I
used to bathe In the Jim by moonlight,
products. it. The Liver and Kidneys failingto receive the stimulation and ten cent.
told Bckermann that In Lie ballad of It. Cbarm. Ing proper per
nourishment the blood inactive and dull and the waste matters '
; "
t' i. If-( blood is impoverished "The Fisherman" be had employed the Fair Visitor So you have really decided frptu grow I ,
your and bodily impurities that should pass off through these channels of nature '
with other aim sell bouse? Fair
mermaid myth no than not to your
doctor"] will tell what ; left in the to Rheumatism Catarrh Sores and Ulcers form of
: are system pioduce
your; you the
to express the charm of wutor In sum Host-Tes. You see, we placed {
Skin Diseases or other blood disorder. When the blood is in this weaken -
.V>;II need to fertilize it and give mer. The fisherman sat fishing "and 1. matter in the bands of a real estate some
I .d and diseased condition it should be treated with a remedy that is not

1 it, ,1 the rich, red corpuscles that _10 fwim n, _a H.._dripping_ trnnhlAil____/___mermaid_msnY'_._. Tim_fair__ m_<_sprang,.iiiiulil_...,. agent After of our reading nronertv bill: lovely neither advertisement John- ,,; only thorough but gentle in its action. S. S. S., a purely vegetable remedy highest quality."Plant
made of roots, herbs and barks is just what is needed. It not only cleansesthe
(: nro lacking: in it. It be the of .. myself could think of parting withuch.
may :you protested against cruelty angllug. nor ; /
blood of all impurities and poisons, and enriches and strengthens it, but
If she he knew "lion wonderful and! home. "
said perfect
only a
Food" and
,11t'\'cIl.! tonic but more likely you ,: gently builds up the entire system by its fiDeS
yl dart the flab the !I"
gladly across can
: Ii- l concentrated fat food! .. ; tonic effect. S. S. S. reinvigorates every member books which tell of the su'c
ucr< a She then Invited him to dart across the I Old Freedom No' of the body, gives tone and vigorto the blood
: nul fut in the element lacking sea on his own account, end be consented On April 20. 1800( a !Maine newspaper $;' S and as it goes to the different parts, carries robust other garden truck-sent
J the bliss. contained the following notice:
watery 0
.. 9
I hi health and strength. S. S. S. acts more ;
your nysteiu.Tlu're One of the coolest stanzas In the language "Freedom Notice.-For a valuable consideration AdJrcaa: '
la Matthew Arnold's: I have this day; relinquished PURELY V E G ETA C L E. prom> ptly? and gives better results than any othermedIcine.
) in fat food that !b... It cures Rheumatism, Catarrh Sores
q' no Hiram S. Maxim, bin. time The silent court., where night and day to my; son,
and Ulcers, Skin Diseases and all other blood disorders and cures them per.
;' >>'. eimily!, ilig'CHtcd nnd! ORRillli Into their stone carved basin. cold during bin minority. I shall claim noun )>
I manently. Our Medical Department will be glad to give advice without
The apluahlng Icy fountains play- debts of bin
,111\It'll I1HScott's The humid corridor behold I contracting of his earnings after or this pny date. Isaac charge to all suffering with blood or skin disease' Address |
But to know how the literary mind Maxim. Witness, D. D. Flyut Abbot. j THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CA

Emulsior can evoke Ideas of coolness when the April 13, 1800." The lad! who was --- -- i }

literary body craves for It one need! given his liberty; developed Into Sir FOR A FULL CROP OF FRUIT

only recall Flaubert's persecution of Hiram Maxim of London England the Florida

: of Cod Liver Oi poor Maxlme Ducamp in the desert of Inventor of rapid fire guns and air Use Painter's' Simon. Pure Special NOl 1 IAll I Georgia, I

Kosselr, near the Rod sea. The camel ships. North
:. _ _ _
It will nourish und
Btrengthot, carrying/ their whole supply of water

,' tin? Iiody when milk and creni bad fallen and burst all tho skin Shibboleth. I Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Follow- The great I
What happened la told by Ducamp. Shibboleth Is a word frequently; used I

,, fail to do it. Scott's Emulsion). We quote Mr. Tarver's translation: in politics, though It may be doubted ing Tag. Florida the East, ,

A' ''it nhvnys'' ,the same; nlwnjsluiliiliible "After suffering thirst for thirty-six whether maity politicians know the his.
hours while we were passing through tory of It. Curiously enough this Hebrew I Convenient ServIce. Elegant '

) and always beneficial a defile, a furnace formed of granite word really; means "an ear of SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1

?, where:) the body is wasting from rocks, of a rose color, covered with corn" as well as a "river" but Its significance -

either in children 'Inscriptions, Flaubert said to me po; for moderns arises from the MANUFACTURED BY I i Route of the S I
any cause, ;you remember the lemon Ices that one act that It was employed us a test to ; ; I'

: or ad ults. eats at Tortonl's?' I made! a sign In llstlngulsb the Gpbralmltes from the E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY u lebratedTralns

the affirmative. He resumed: 'Lemon Olleadltes, the former being unable to I
.' We will fend you m sample free ice Is a superior article. Admit that pronounce the "sb" sound.Chewing JACKSONVILE, FLORIDA. I

Bo Rare that this picture ;you would not be annoyed' at having Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilising Materials and Chemicals. :I CONVENIENT
--1 swallowed a lemon Ice. Curtly enough aura For NoNeblveil.A Atlantic Coast Line one '

j In tile form or a I replied 're,.' After an Interval of celebrated l phjxiclnn bus claimed : thousand miles of railroad. (
: IlI.b.II" the
Tt of every on bottle-of wrapp.rlQ3 Emulsion five minutes: 'Ah, the lemon Ices! All In one of bit lectures that the "best OUAR nED: ANALYSIS. I sale at all principal agencies :!;

I!;. you buy. around the glass there la a cloud which remedy" for nose bleed Is a vigorous Aminnnln, actual. nnd, potential' not loin I than .. ."., . .. .. .. 2 per cent from date of purchase. For
la like a white jelly.; I said!, 'Supposewe motion of the jaws ns In the act of Derived from Sulphate: ot Annucinlil. regarding rates, schedules, '

SCOTT 4 BOWNE change the conversation?' lie replied chewing. In tho case of a child he recommends Potash (K 20)), water soluble. not less tliiin... ........ . .... 10 percent Ticket) Agent, JJeLond, Fin.,
Available Phoupburlo Acid nol' lean thin . . 0 pAr cent I
: 'That would be better but lemon ,giving a Vud of paper to I IlIsolubJel'hn.phorlll, Aclil. nntlaos tlmn .. .... . .... 1 percent : FRANK C. IIOVLSTON,
CHEMISTS Ice la worthy; of being celebrated. One,! chew, as the rapid working of the jaws 1I101.llIro.It 212 Fahrenheit, nut exceudl 'IK . .. . .... S per cent IMst. Puss. Agt. 138 : ;
if t I {09 Pearl St., )Jew( Toil fills the spoon; It makes a little mound; stops the (flow of blood.! But wby not tuc.rh"'l: not (exciocllni, . .. ...... . . . .. . .. ... ,
one softly squeezes It between the try chewing: gum Instead of pnperi ?- 0 Ko'tillzor Is 11I01.n i Sulphate ot A.mmonlu,8upliute[ of Potash nnd :t II. M. EMEKSOX: ; ;
!50c. and J1.0\( -., ...., Dissolved U'ineohiuk. .
a General Truflllo
Medico 1 Review.Advice
'V All Druggist. tongue and the palate; It melts slowly, -_ r ---_- ._ __ I: I
coolly; deliciously; It bathes the uvula, K '.. 1IiIII1'...... ,_._i MMi .
'\ __ u PrJco ton JJ. O. B. Jacksonville!,
alldes over the tonsils. descends into 0-io.oo! a : ; FlorIda

,.L t:: J'lloii lilril'N I',,,,. and theguUet It falls, which Into the 1s only stomach too, happy which to the Aged.Age \VriU for Special Casli UiJJojnts.: : Florida East

f In bl!> Huljioctl'.ui on, "uio |iilcnt'oii bursts with laughing/ so delighted l Is it. brings Infirmities such as sluj.: E. O. PAINTER FRVLE23R COMPANY I
"' of type of I birds und nnlm.ilu) SI.1 Jou: Irish bowels weak kidneys and bladder ,
Lubbock. tolls us or II imrHculir: ',' Between you and me there is a scarcity and TORPID LIVER.Tutt'sPilis. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
cr:J>> Local. Time Card No. 64.
of lemon ices In the desert of Kosselr. I ISOUTH.
,f 111 New Zuiilimd where tbo mule mHfamalo "
T. differ wl July lit to tilt' atmctu i : ._ -- ,-- --- ...ZI \ .BOUND-READ DOWN. >> I
The maddened Ducamp would not
'i'i of their 1 bills. Tlio ui.lit* bird: has .n. '
speak again for hours. When at last 99'Nn.' t.D.lly t.
No. (tONe. 35 No. .3

:; .:: ting bill stout nuj! tllgKlutf nnil "troupr.Into( II ntl.ipttil trot; ) but to lie cut I' they; drank Flaubert took him In his I Boid Lumber Hulljr Dally I Dully

arms and said: "I thank ;you for not ? / ompaQYn 8 20"j; 421) P 9 20 s 800 a .........
,!,f, deflcleut In ih.lt, lioriiy. iio.uteil. tongue having blown out brains with have effect on theseora.nll ............I 4:11i: P 02S a........ ......80. I .
". wblc!) wouU: perilt:! Ulu to 1'lerce lluj my ;your specific" : I 880 641) .1006 ........ |
( gun. In ;your place I should not have stimulating bowelcauslnjtthem Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depotat ..........P. 6 t9 P l'IIIJU\ .. .......... .
'\' grub and draw It out.' The ben birdbus. to perform their natural functions as LeLand with a. .........
'\ resisted."-London Globe.Tb. I at beat cyproua and yellow pine 1020J '!JIL.p' II 80 I 18..6. '
1 p however an eloujmtecl and! straight In youth andMPARTIMG I5l P Yotiji 11W's ttflo'Ar............ ..
:( bill, and wliea the cock baa dug dowu !:\ VIGOR_ _-. Lumber _P 600 pitOS' 5 820 s.Lv.......... ..
to the bui'ruw the bell Inserts ber long Heart of the flap.bar.. Flooring Ceiling Mouldings ".......... il3j iti'riai ............ Ar........."rijU.iT.'T.
i In the imperial burial vault In the to the kIdneys. bladder and LIVER. .!!!!!...J! !JI "p 806 s 5 05 s ........... I
i, bill anti! tlr.iws-out.tlie grub. which Church of the Capuchins In Vienna is They are adapted to old and young. ..""."... 7 18 P; rodrj .-......"... Lv.......... ; ) .. p..

l"" .they!Illustration Ilh'I
: as a help mounted In and ".......... 21 P.. II 02 a ." ....... .
.' mate to the husband." gold topped by a Lumber Building, and Fire Brick, Cement, etc, promptly deliveredanowhere 11 89 Ii 8 M P 12 M I l' II 12 s ....".....
crown. Each of these vases contains Notice of final NcIiarfro. In the 11 60 P.8 4tJ p I os pill. 20) e ..."...... .
city. ............ 8 67 I iS ....... .... '
the heart I' PI" "" .
of a dead Hapsburg, a member Notice Is hereby given Hint thp undersigned 1220 a 020 P. 186 p IL 41 a '.........!" .
'r: of the imperial family. In the Exerutrloes of the last Will and fO-2l.$ i iiiir"i "flUp TIIP. Ar.:::::::: :::
: CASTOR Testament of Franiies A. W, Khlnier, will ......... p.. a.
thirteenth century the Duke Francis 1080 .1089 a 4 66 l I' 4 M P .
nn the 10th day o !Marrh.l 1>. 11106 prpoellt )eland Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works ]04 104 a JI (0 1'2.J'' .._.. '. !" :
died In Switzerland and directed that
t'' For Infant sad Children. their Suet ueo'tunt an such Exucutrloi's. IDo Oildji 146.1\ a.Lv......... >.
; his heart should be removed and sent together with the vouchers lo tbo lion. J. ...........1 9M Fl 2 ii pi'.I ;?.......". .
'f. Tha Kind You Have' Always Bought to Vienna. Ever since this custom has Lee McCrory.. County Jiulge of Vnlimla J. T. CAIRNS Propr.. and Manager. _29_a 1081).J> .!:!!!....J PU41'?[! Ar........... 1. .
.Countv Flo.'h a. at his nlll.e nt Del.ond.Florid" 880 5 0 itO .......... ... A r........... :
been observed In the Hapsburg family.; *, and ask lor a nunl, discharge no4uuh ............ !LW e !12O_ _. ,, Lv ...... I I2ii" !
:Bears theignaatreof """ On the death of a member the heart is Exeoutrlces. ) HESSE DVXD iQIJIp 245p i2iri= .. =........... :. : .1.

$ removed and preserved In a crystal WINONA S. NAWYKR LUMBER : ..."...".. II 17 P 8 21 P...". ......"... '

.. vase. In the vault there are now 152 IStBKLK jKdSlH hALL U. HAZ2I1N.Exeoutrloes MlI.KS.. KOUG11 :::::::::::: p 526 at. Tii"p :: ::::. i. : ': ::::: :: t :: .::::::::::

II .... .. ........... s....
such vases and 113 Imperial coffins. of the Inst Will and Testament 21 II ..... .. .
Ceiling Flooring Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding, Window antloor .. p..
The surplus of thirty-nine vase. COD' or Frances A W. duinier, ilCLursed. j I'Vaind Newel Uilusterj ---.a. 80 .......".. .
.i- Clienb-1 there a cause so bad or aDf. tain the hearts This PosM Mintela, Turned Porch Columns etc. 44 p.. ." .."'....... .
of whose 8t. 111011
) Hapsburgs Angus S heddtnir for Groves and Pineries WT Crater and Box Material '
tnOlYldunl so Infamous that ;your serrIcM bodies are burled elsewhere. The solo Contracts> taken for the erection' of any kind of a building' a specialty g 00 20 p.. .::. :::::::::. \ ::::::::: :: :g : : &&I

p.. .......... ..
1 ;.eonld not"be obtained? Lawyer of ni S 21 .
Notice Administration.- ..
f. exception to this Hapsburg custom 80 a 8 20 ........... : I'
(thoughtfully cannot' say offhand. was that of the late Archduke Ludwlg Notlie!. Is given that tbu, IId'r. DELAND FLORIDA. .4..2.. 46 683 p... ........... .s.. .
:What have. ;you been doingT-London whose will forbade ,started has hereby been' appointed! iitlinfIstrntor --_ .. __ __ __ m u_. ._ __ 14 S 7 W ...... .............. II p.Pi..
the of his
removal 88 a 721 ..... ......,. .. ..
King. u. .: ..:__ -r. ___ r" ..
with the will nnnvxed of Olin last will aailAn .
: I .! I. -- 10 a 7 60 506 pAr. -
_ (1J ';;; 11..III j, i in iwiing, vjru "
I testament or !alias!; Manninir. IIPI'eo.eu.! and riO a 821 5 80 P Lv......... ,
.1' r a'l' creditor, | tee and dlst..lbllle..llnd T E terillg and( spouting Pump ..2 00 a 881 541) P .. ... '
Do not be afraid of night air. Fresn pg ECCLES : .. "
all having vlulrn, or di-muml. is 8 69 .... ...........
: night air.air Is better than stale bottled Insure with us. avalnat said.! eutato will present the sainn, to repaired. wells arid tanks madt -.3:::: 88 83 .a Ig gg &p..:..:.::. :: ::"::..;;'': l ::[ ;; ; :::::: :: 1 I : ::::: :::::. CI::::: :::

day Now Is the time.Cpot dale the' iimlti-slgned or the Hume/; within will be two forever years burred.from tills t>) order. Repairing of all : : : :: S s :g g:: &p..:..:.:::. :: ::::::::::.i :::: :::::::::: :: 3 J : ::::::::::::. g :,:..::::: :::::

cash for losses.I Dated, this Deo. R. 1111)5.J.LEXANDKR) Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed. 20 s1O 48 ..... .......... ..7 :1
: MANNINO, so .10 M p.. 7211 P A............ .
: 00 ......... p............... Lvi....... .P. p.
'I' HODGKIN'S I U should be protected.R Adml-iistra'or with the wIll annexed.' Shops next dojr west of bank. Indiana Avenue. ............ 10 80 s............ ............. Ar ...... f .

BlIlI'eC Parlor Cs.on trolo.23,29. 78. 71. ;;:
? .
It. you Notice of Final Discharge I Dally except SDndllY.

.'Wagon Shop Every company reliable.VVf Notice hereby given that tht umlersijrned CONDENSED SCHEnULE! ..: % .: :> '

'r. KxeciitoT, .if the lasr, will and lostn- I j : '
ol J. IC. : 13-: No.27t No.29t i :
mont lit. Coulter. do"ell.ed.1I1.on
!, DeLAND, FLA. hen does your policy expire!? the 2nd day of July A. I U. 1IXW, p-esont Ills John Stetson University D.II, Dol!, : '

Until account as snub "Executor, togetherwith "; "
4, .; County: Judire of Volualii. Count ,
etc., manufactured and repaired in my number sixteen.INSURANCE )
t Shop: In the very' beat :workmanship 'Telephone Florida at his olh>e at l DeLand Florida DeLand Florida.APFLIIAT3D N... 74 No. 3Op No. ,' ; :
known. first-class AGENCY and ask lor a final discharge as such Kxeu-; NORTHBOUND Deli, D.II: Daily
Only men employed HON utor. B. D. COULTER, \ ,
.and flnt-olaas work turned out. I have ---
t, Executor of the last Will und Testament
LT St. Aogiistloel 8 40 pi 8 10 8 20 12
'I" : atey added to my plant a (Uwill* find neat of Dr. J. E. Coulter: deceased. WITH THE U.MIVEH3ITY: Of CHICAGO.COLUCGE Jacksonville..| 7 40 p1 7 10 p p) 7 80 p[pI'I 1 :
This' 20th day otjauusry, 1009
Of LIBERAL A.Rr.i-1'ila st't'i la-ds' are those ol the University S Train.composed xcluslvely of ,
'" gtetson and DeLand. or Cblougo. Stotaoa' grud lutoi< roujlvo tlmli Icitfrecs from both Stetson anti t Day couches operated on these tralna
: of Final Discharge Cliluiiffo. NoT, :
OIIE(1E: Or" (W-Orull'laee&.1' .,1 this College are 'lmltted to practice No. 'S No. lit 150' 10 'D'II:
Notice Is hereby given tbat the undersigned low In .'1"1'1111wltnDut 'famillatio.' Sun. Sun. I E' ) I
Administratrix of the ftstnta of Cyrus : COI.I.EUB!!: OF TECh 'iOI.U'iY' -Maulnnlo il. U lvii, Eleotrlunl ElIlJloeer'nf Only Only D.Il) Su..'. ; :;:

1Jfi.Jf: Waters deoeaurd. will, on the lOLl day and MiinmU, Training' oourses luillnif to ilanrees. Fine now building! costly Ti i isisToj; --1w- Lv........... :: :
; ot February A. 1> 11)01.) present bar IInalac. equipment 1140 p 1000 5 II 40 P 864 s .........
,''It.i"r count as auoh Administratrix, to the Uoiioraulp (JOLLEGU; Of BDSINCS' -1.n'J, In all its brinabes. B'lok-keoplng by' 1461',10116., 114 I' 8fO. ......" .
.. ............
Oountv .11I Florida( at his cube at DeLand!, Florida. uummodion bnllfllnirPliKPVICtVroitV.
'r eel ask for a tlnul illnchargo. .O.\I"Y-(Oraduaten, prennrecl' ill e-iter Harvard. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL ) : \

SEDSl.pvieetth..urvlvai This August, ULb, lObS Yale I'M icntuo, Cornell, Mlolilirun, l'h"'K", mi I 11\ LOUISE WATERS. VL AND PllAOriCK: HCliOoL-l KlniUrirmen In It* own hulk Close Connection Mad. it Miami with : '

...10j \' / ofib.flu..,. w.bevo Administratrix lux 2. I rlinarv. n'lil Ornmniiir, Subo:! d l |Iii' BOpufHte. building. This aonool" espe.dully .
L b.oometheia.g..td hoe..in th prepare Publla ttohnol teuulicraMUslCJ Havana: Key
World becul. .e.i b.tt.r th.a0th. ,
our Citation for Administration
.,.. Do oi w.h to grow lb. meet s'.1nOUL1$1000000 pip. or beeutlftd flowere and th* liseet ye,,.. In the County Court. Voluula County lug 1 Urire' fiiuultr thorough o mrsea ofstuilv. Three
Iee? PIuotth.b..eede-V.rrya I Florida.' By the County Judge! of said ART 8CHu6r<-New studio. Costly uitstt. moilols, eta, Trains dUcharge' '
M I.e. Ceed ..sal fees to il county. Stetson bill a (.culty of 4< profMsura nnil, Initruators., They hail degree
appUc.ut.. !from the University Chicago, Hnrvard, Ynln., K.irttnnuth Columbia. UnlverItv Those Time Tablna' show the tlraea fll.. .
W M Shaffi bus this
Whereas er applied, to
\ : D, M.mRYCO.. Court for Letter ot' Adml:ilatratlon with of Pennsylvtnlrt Uryn M iwr. B lokn'.ll. ITntv" .ralty ot AliRliIi an, Dennlsou. from the, several .iattons. but choir arrival, i .
nori.thtslompanyto be hoi Mponalhlu
j/ '
In '
And otbi-r Universities. Thore
the Will annexed on the Estate!: ofUrrln, 8 are ovorliOI.U 0.00 bulldlnvi and equipment< )
Payne : deceased, late of raid County ofVoliiHla. nexrlva quarter million" dollar roil.! .winemiiii' : end .wed Illimry. of;iver 11,000 For Copy of the LOCAL .
,. .. These are, therefore' volumes; it lier.utldil' ">b ipfl with nostly f"ir.lUliiivrs, Inuludlni stulned glues' ; '
110 alee .and admonish all and slr.lull\r thokindred windows Toll' palntlnKd .H $10 000 0))) p \\e org in; n Uvmn isluin wltb compete "SEE THE
COLD: TIRB SETTER ,, and creditors of said deceased l. to be appHrntus, un enolos'd Atblutlu Fi 1..1 l<)1. running t i k. tnni, In ,iinnrts. baseball
d'liinonrl'' Hiiil gridiron, besides wliinnlnir, golf rowing and other ... J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l <
0)< j Wllllama Indian Pile "d before this b.rnretne sportj; .po-
; appear ; on or
,. Can .eyoui Tires without taking "'. will......Ullnd-. 27ih day of March, A. I D. II"(, II, middle tibjfutlnn raio tiulldliiKS for men and women; five large hr-nrtmrlei, for hxmlatrv', Phe,.
i wheels' from vehicle. We take out no 1ES' MUnir and Itching If say th.y have, to lbs. granting Uauterlnlojcy UinernloirT andriil large nins imis and Hbops" ; ,- -
'. 'boIa..rtabnopaIntovburnyuQrfe1loe. I *It itching abaorbn at the tumor.,sets', 1 I.: tier, as aforesaid, otherwise 1 the aanie will electric II litH. eleotno. hells, steam hint. o"'in"nt' w ii Ios. shell .fnidi, brond avi. '
> ;wflm. a llot tire., Come and sea It work P be irranted a. praved.WltnesK IHI-S, a laulons' rami..... sit, utibery. and trnpsj; tojln1' "lueniry Mild other I\fI..loul., We Never Dis
and yt wlU never hare your Tires. set lift. -8.1It.msYodlnoPII.OIO'. my name a* County Jiidne! of the rlubsi sPar lecture rOllr'eal Cbrlstlnn IInd not seitnrhm tea'-bln". Tho Invatlon
; meet I'*prepared for Pile! .and Itah- of In beiiulUnl and liPiilthfill sod the expenses are low.
this latb
: $ $ Ifl _, .. ,. \ of the, private part. Every box 1.* Vnimty JUOtt; aforesaid I day February For catalogs, views, loldors alllllalora'IIIIDII. mMroia. tbd President W. Fulfill Ev.ry Promli. ;
*, for in wsrrsnt.d. By drUKglKta. by mall on r
f Thanking yon your' patronage
J, LEE McCROUY UfC aFrl.ture wttkoa th
'y" 'tfce past and hoping a oontinoanne. in ceipS"' of .R180 Co.""D'. Vroea." and 11.00.C1ov.1aii4.1'WiLLIAMUFUTURiNS County: Jndge. LINCOLN HULLGY, A, M., Ph. O.. DeLand, Fla.VITALITY. I IV C CURE pain. or
.' I .... future.. I remaIn" 1 saved. nov... to retain, without. m.. .
'- JTtonn to serve 6O YEARS* Notice to Non-Residents ,<_ D' i*i"_.'tv' :'In.O7:>: .;; r : I: :
:. ; SCOTT ; 1--: Imwaof Lbe '

4; CXPKRIENCI IN CIRCUIT COURT, HEVENTfl JUDICIAL I. ini I':":...,, :. I. ': r i .t

; CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN HEA1l1 ./.tuff of .
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M.Zwiw .' '
; We obIma U.8. sat"i;; : !: & :5TELVLiWVj.a: _XX-La St4l Outofflo ia QM. ; | \ : \ :

I Jacob B.' Conrad and Frank E. Bond i : The grant Iron and toiila pill and roatorattvo for men and women,produce \. oarrivajioa I...x...,.,,. '' ,
strength' and vitality, builds tlid nut '
v* } up I.f."m) renews the normal vigor ,i modern I. >
Llule ROM and John Rons.ber blisbundi'fe ) brlnniinrhealthandhapplne/in.! / O '11096el n"l1ult. Forsllio I tralnwi end .'
'I" TnocMas' j Into USING orw.will nu.1 lIP, securely wranr. el m rwelnt, of prl..., :$hlalldru\'gtsto., I ad :lloanafld: ,: .
Dt ..ians3COPVMIOHT LUzle. Ros and, John Ro.., her bus 0 boxes for $a.OO. Dr. Blott'a CUeinloal Co., Cleveland Ohio. \ W."rooair nhuiO.'..
Ac.' bnndr Yon .re hereby required to .pi.earlta For Sale at the Lumley & I II\\ 'so .
mayinleltly ; the BUI ... ._ OateenPhramacy. I J1000p.' :
Anrtme eendfnf a nd deeoriptkm Complaint Sled herein .Inee = .' ( r ;:;,:
Keoertaln' our oplnkia' .free wbatnar 40 you In the hovtt," entitled "*"a4l0" ov before I .. see. a
inasotino !. probably' Mtfiitablei ComtnnnloaH ."' MOTi"ti They: overcome We'k: ; fly >CST = ,
.tddtj,00flfl5sothU. pisNusuak on Patent (bnTibdity' mavr for.wmnna'pateiita. ...tIbeeYt.lu.iVoUnIy lUoord" I* =- PENNYROYAL I PILLS lle88. lr1'el\'Ularlty.\ ( U.S os. : :
tBronah Mniin A Cr r.o.ive : : b"r.ordooll ..ct.WtJAIllfllOBl I :
deslgnitd a. the newipaper In I'' omissions. increase vj t / .
'= $ hall he publlnbwi ono. a week for -i -a f" i n i i or and banish"pafflfc. UlftU.tIJID.I., iS.: :

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