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 10, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00115
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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professIonatavbs.< Working One's Way 'Through I[taking. the rest of the country, and ,I .' I.. '

'. I many southerners feel suspicious of a : ,,
College. measure like the Hepburn bill, which
JAMES would change all this I
No rule can be laid down for by giving a
commission in Washington control of !
: .. ATTORNEY and--COUNSELOR-AT--- follow In In working regard one's to the dttalls Involved of the tralllc of the whole country.. If

_( "' .. ,LAW, ('ollege. Every case Is a way peculiar through one such centre a political of sectional body should conflict becomethe aoy..Ii
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and must be solved in its
fear, the South would Buffer.
DeLand. -' Florida. succeeded In many
Having getting oneself
:, ;H\ Will Practice In State and Federal It doesn't follow that another could review For this of reason the acts the of plan the for commission a judicial

Courts ;\10; get througb the same way. The other is favored
by those who want to keepas
1l. Is different and the work is .
for Infants and Children.Cnstorla wan not far from danger as possible
;, ,J".fSTEWART & ELY necessarily there, or the college may

: >to,. : ,. ____ Is a harmless substitute for Cantor. Oil, Paregoric have greatly changed.It .
,, ATTORNEYSATLAW. Drops aud Soothing Syruni. ''It Is IMeasant. It might be nice, if one's' parentswere Tile Colored Industrial School. aakinf Powder
contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic rich, and provided the Collegelad
---- DELAND eubHtanco. It destroys Worms and' all.iyu Fcvcri.Hhiiess., with a fat pocket-book, but that Report read at the annual meeting:

Office" In Bank Building Y.1'ONA It cures I>larrh< a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teethe might mar him and not make him Kindergarten-Total enrollment, 80; '

,)__Branch office over POBtoOlOOl.DA : ::liiff Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates. tho To DC free from tbe anxiety of know- average attendance, 15. This depart .
> Stomach and Bowels giving, healthy and natural Bleep. Ing where the money is to come from, ment has been AbSolutely"
I \ ". ; ,. ,."' ; r LANDIS & FISH best. It would free the mind so that / the year Five public exercises

." ---- The Kind' You Have Always :Bought one's whole time might be given to have been held-Easter, May-day Pure

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- tudy, but It might also be the taking Spring closing, Thanksgiving/ Christmas -

..- AT-LAW Bears the Signature of ... off the brakes. and the beginning of :, .

I" .:** DeLand, Florida. temptation.Every school term someone writes I Sewing School-.This department has Made from Pure Grape Cream of TartarIn

.: Will Practice in State and Federal for scholarships or free akin, or free been open during the summer months

Courts. I tuition from th.- Faculty or Trustees. and one afternoon each week duringthe
.: Special facilities for examining and There are not enough to go round. winter. baking powder Royal is the standard, the

l'r perfecting land titles I" but Sometimes others should tbe wrong not despair man gets Every aid, Seventy-five pieces' of work have been powder of highest reputation; found by the ,

.\ -.' J L. McCRORY In Use For Over 30 Years. They College must encourages first the worthy themselves.onet completed consisting of dresses, aprons United States Government 'tests of greatest
prove handkerchiefs, eto
-- TN' e'NT'U... O"TV- "unn... ,r.r. !l.2!! When once that is done, there are and '
.r. < ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ._1 .. ... ,= ---- often people who are willing to help Kltchen-gRrden drills are given as strength purity.

-- -- -- -- -- ---------r.--- outside of the usual College channels exercise in connection with this work. It renders the food more healthful and 'palat-

Train Service Via Atlantic One of the worst evils of College Cooking School-One day each week
DeLand, Florida. Improved 1'fe! is the giving too much money to has been devoted to this department, able and is most economical in practical use.
Coast Liiie.The .
College Parents could be wiser
EarlY ni ln. boys
S. B. Wright. Jr. the younger scholars forming one class Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
Silu B. Wrljht --- --- about
that. I Is
Every suffering
It Is said to bo n'ltlll'l1l-that I Is, phylolog'cnl *- College
BRIGHT & WRIGHT Atlantic Coast Line and its connections '! -to rloe enrly and< enjoy tbe from It The home Butters, too Boysdo and the older ones another. Special buy alum powders because they :are cheap."
not know the value of until lessons have been to adults
are now operating solid through beauties of the sunrise. If we ask money given a
ATTORNEYSATLAW.NOTARIES. via they have lost flesh from their ribs Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold
: teams from Jacksonville to Atlanta, why, \\e are treated< to various transcendental course in plain cooking is tanght.
PUBLIC Waycrous, Tifton and Ma>:on, with earning it. They do not hare settled
through coiches to Nashville, find Pall- < theories about tbe vivifying habits, and find it easier to go down The Sunshine Club-This club has a to consumers at the highest price.
Offloe at Telegraph Office. Influence of tbe sun and< are told< to stream than Their is membership of twenty girls. They hold
man Buffet Sleeping Cars to St Louis up. money Housekeepers should and think. Is it
DELAND, FLORIDA.' and Chicago\ take example by the birds of the air menace. They join the fast set, they meetings once a week during the Bummer stop

Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic and the beast of the Held< or so many gelp to make the set faster Inevitable the programs embracing missionary not better to buy the Royal and take no chancesthe -
of them as are not nocturnal In their ruin stares them in the face.
:J E. ALEXANDER, Coast Line. dally, at 9:00: P M and literary and social topics whose and
: habits. But, as a matter of fact physiology A better condition would exist, powder goodness honesty are never
arrived Tifton 1 :25 A M. Macon 4:40: .1 The Booker Washington Club Membership
where the fu rntshes -
fur parent just enough
so It has
as anything to
A M, Atlanta. 7:/W) A M, Chattanooga. 1 say questioned ?
with which
AT-LAW. to College 43 held
: ATTORNE ou the subject at all, Is all against the get through/ boys Meetings are
f 1:111 PI Nashville U:1IiJ P M, Evens [
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Let the student work in vacation
early rising theory. once week during the winter months. Is it to spoil your digestion by an
Office in Brush Block. villa 1.23 A"'. St Louis 708: AM Physiological experiment time. If he really does not cooperate economy
.. 0 80 A M appears to show that a man Games, songs/ readings/ and recitations
Florida. : put him to work and let him other adultered '
DeLand, go with military drill and an address from alum-phosphate or powder to
does not work best and
fastest In
\': Vlll Practice In State and Federal Good connections are inide at Jacksonville the without a College' course. If he does minister friend of the work
Courts. from all Florida points, thus early morning hours, but, on the contrary co-operate, help him. It Is far more some tbe or save a few pennies ?

: affording the quickest and most con about mld<1ay. The desire to likely that such a boy will make some coinposn The Thrift program Department-Amount/ deposited ,

->R. G. A. DAVIS venient service from this territory to rise early, except In those trained from thing of himself during the year $8.09.
. the West youth to outdoor pursuits In commonly How many boys: would be willing, in .
\; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. For further information nee ticket a sign not of strength of characterand going through College, to wait on tables -- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
"Consult the Folder do janitors work, clerk In ..torestend Social\ Honors to Volnsla Man.
DELAND, FLORIDA. agent or, Purple vigor of body, but of advancing andshops
Office at residence, Indiana avenue, ugc.! Thus paterfamilias who goes to to live stock, work In offices The !Mardi Gras festivities held at -

t Court House. Atlantic Coast Line Hallroad Companyto boa< at 11 p. m,, wants to get up at 5 soil, do on manual Saturdays and, sell skilled books work, till like the Pensacola was imposing and a great and people like money. The like some' PULQUE MAGUEY.

Office Hours: 9 to 12. 2 to 4. and 7 to 9. Augusta Go. or 0 a. m. and looks upon his healthyson painting, etc ? These are .Bnccess Hon. John E. Stlllman Wlt body else's more than their own; they

\ .---,-- who lies till 8 us a sluggard When the lines of work followed' by students paid the honor as King of the Carnival like to keep it perhaps as well as to TW Plnnt From Which Mexico's H&-

''VRS.. VIDA Z. BAERECKE. M. D. The only through Pullman car to this foolish Interpretation of a proverb The funny thing about It Is that boys and nccompanjlng! a portrait of his the make It.Bl1lltllngB. tlonnl Drink I. Made.
Angnsta/ Ga, leaves Jacksonville 8:55 about tile health and< wealth to be got who never think It beneath their dignity / / run down fast without I'ulque, ,,'blchJj\ the national drinkof
A M daily via Atlantic Coast Line, from early rising I Is combined! with the to do such things/ while at home, Journal of that city has the following the Mexicans, Is made< from the sap>
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. and arrives at Augusta at 5:43 P M still more foolish adage which says of feel humiliated if they have to do It about this popular Volusia county paint; poor paint is the same. Devoe Is of a giant species of agave, the fleshy

affording daylight service between the sleep, "Six hours for a ninfS, seven fora In College. gentleman: the means of stopping/ that leak; a big leaves of which are sometimes nine
I Office on East New York Avenue, two points Dining Car between Jack. It might be to stop out we've do to sell Devoe
woman and eight for a fool," then necessary, "Hon. John E. Stillinan, who was one. All got to feet long and weigh over a hundred
FLORIDA. breakfast and and teach school and then.
DELAND. onville and Yamassee for every now
lunch we have a vicious eastern capable of Many do that. Others can do it lout night unmasked as Pilscus VII a to show that a man saves money by pounds each. Each plant bears from

QR. A. S. MUNSON, Evening trains from all South Florida working great mischief to young people Where there I U a will. there a wav. Mardi Grits Kins tor 1000, has been a using It. twenty-five to fifty leaves around a

.. : points make direct connection at Jacksonville of both sexes.-British Medical Nothing I Is belittling If it be worth resident of Pensacnla for nearly eight E D Jewell, Corry Pa, painted his massive fleshy base and tim largest

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. affording the quickest and best Journal. doing That kind of dignity l Inn't years having been appointed Collector of house 5 years ago with a mixed paint. one weigh from one to two tons
service between Florida and Augusta worth keeping that can be lost doinga De apiece.
14 Last he painted
gallon spring
Customs for this during President
". Th. Ocean Storehouse. noble deed. Smot her pride and bury port
.4 Door: South of Fisher's For farther information sea Ticke 10 Saved if 13 to f20. This pulque maguey us It is called< ,
Second voe gallons.
Office "Did you ever hear of the ocean laziness and the doors of opportunitywill :McKlnley's first term and appointed ;
Agent, or thrives best at a high altitude on the
Drug Store. writeFRANK storehouse in Tannin strait?" asked an soon sooner or later swing wide three years ago by President Roosevelt Yours truly,
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 U BOYLSTON semiarid< plains\ of the Mexican table
old seaman. "It's called Deliverance open. P acola. Mr. Still- F W DEVOE & Co
District Since coming to n
Passenger AKent.JllckBunvllle
and 7 to 8 p. m. A good plan often Is for a boy to lands. The valley of Mexico Is the
DeLand Florida. FIR Island< though it Is sometimes markedon lay up a hundred dollars and then mau him made a great many friends. G W Fisher sells our paintAt center of Its cultivation and many extensive -

H. :M. Emerson, General Traffic Mgr, the charts as Booby island It Is start That amount will not curry and he enjoys a personal popularity l plantations/ are devoted entirely

W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Mgr like a mound rising out of the ocean, him far, but If he be a likely lad< before which few well possess, but which in the High School Auditorium oil to growing It, yielding large revenues
Dti JOHN REEVE, the highest point being about fifty feet. it is gone he will\ have (rotten! a
all classes of The when
our their
nla extends to to owners. plants
It Is well nigh barren having only a foot-hold. He must get it himself March 12th.
FIVE SUPERB TRAINS DAILY. few bushes and shrubs On oua-slde is The College!! authorities! can't give it people. His selection as King of the two or three years old< are set out In
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to him. can't out and hunt Carnival happy one in every This City will have an opportunity of long parallel rows and reach maturityIn
Three to the East and Two to the West a sandy beach, ou the other a fissure They go was a seeing Walden whose performances of
forming a sort of cave In which stores work for the boy either. He must !go! from twelve to fotlrteen years. In
via Atlantic oust Line. respect and hnnd
magic sleight-of
Office In store recently occupied by conjuring,
himself and hunt for It, often finding order to Insure succession of harvests,
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West New York and Florida Special leaves are left by men-of-war ships parsing that rebuffs' meet his first efforts. "After the Knights and ladies of the have pleased so many audiences New
New York &ve.DeLand Jacksonville 13:/no pm daily ex. Sunday; through for tile relief of distressed and Boys sometimes to a College court had advanced and knelt in bumble York State, where Walden made a now settlugs are planted yearly.

Florida. Florida: and West Indiana Limited shipwrecked siillors./ I went In there town to hunt work.go They do BO in homaire before the royal couple. specialty of giving performances at The great fleshy leaves upend< all the
leaves Jacksonville 8:55 am daily; New once from the Epsom an English sailIng order to be near the field of operation advancedto homes for parlor entertainment at social years of theIr Immaturity In storing up
King PrUvus and his queen and club entertainments of sweet At the expiration .
York Express leaves Jacksonville 8:05 vessel. I They make themselves useful to a functions at quantities sap.
daily Chicago and Florida Limited the front of the stage, followed( by is such of this long Interval, which might
H. D. BRACEY am ; "During a calm we lowered a boat merchant who needs help in busy VVaMen during performances
JR. leaves Jacksonville 9:80: am daily; Dixie and pulled In. In this cave we found hours They grt the place, and the the entire retinue. For a moment tbe at a great disadvantage, for his work Is almost be called< a period of Incubation .

Flyer leaves Jacksonville 9:00: pm dally tins of preserved< meat biscuit, tobacco door opens lights were turned off. Prisons remov' done but a few feet from his audience, a remaikablo change occurs. Tile

DENTIST. Through Bleeping cars to New York and a wooden box marked 'Postofflce.' No one will deny that working\ one's ed his mask, and then as a flood of and even under such conditions, Waldenhas plant baa then attained the supreme
Chicago and St. Louis, also new sleeping Is hard. Of sustained his reputation to deceive
way through College moment toward< which all the hoarding<
Our skipper wrote a letter to hU friendsIn thrown the
Office second story McLaurlne Block.DeLav car service to Augusta Ga. leaving course it is. Most work that Is real illumination was npon the eye of the most wary.
the has been
Florida.JOLUSIA Jacksonville at 8:85 .a m For Pullman London and posted It In there. It work Is hard. This particular thingmay stage and the command "All hail King The deftness and cleverness in execu- of sap during past years

reservations. and full information/ write. reached< them too. Deliverance Island I be too hard for some good boys Prisons," was given by an armoredoool'tler tion has won for him many plaudits., directed, the character of its activity

FRANK C BOYLSTON, that day belonged to the Dutch. But They occasionally fall and it I I..* not the audience, recognized inKing Many amusing incidents be has created changes, and with marvelous rapiditya
District Passenger! Agent Jacksonville we took down their flag and hoisted the their fault. It U their misfortuneThe by producing form the pockets of his gigantic central flower stalk shoots

V VESTMENT COUNTY CO.ABSTRACT and Fla union Jack. That Is the custom-the prize, however of a good College Prisons VII the handsome form audience articles which the unsuspecting ap into tno air from twenty. to dfty

last ship through the strait hoists Its education is so darling that more and features of their popular fellow thought they did not contain. feet.

Bert Fish Cary D. Landls. For Sale.An Hag on this ocean storehouse and postoffice. ought to attempt it. The joy of citizen, Hon. John E Stillinan. Walden is youthful In appearance The flower stalk, which In sometimes
: President Sec'y and Treas. ." achievement la so great that the "Ai the Identity of the King became but has rown! old in his art for which, a foot In diameter at the bottom Is fed
old bearing orange grove, 80 acres treasure is priceless '1 here la not a known His ;Majesty was greeted by a from hill childhood he has shown a generously on the store of lap In the
of l land about 20 in /grove, budded to in the world who has worked his His Is
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect. Two Famous Epigrams.The man shook the bonne uatnial l aptitude performance Lose and< leaies. Its upper end< thrown
of that
the best varieties, such Enterprise storm applause
ed. Map, Plata and Blue Prints Sup as late Nathaniel Deering of Portland way through College that would ex one to be enjoyed and< remembered out brandies like a candelabrum aud,
Seedless, Starke's Favorite China change his education for anything No mOle popular citizen. could Have Walden will be able to convince one
plied. < Me, began bIB career as a lawyer greenish white flowers spring forth In
grapefruit and tangerines. Figs, mulberry College days The this honor and the look the lens
Opposite Yolusla County Punk. are bright ones been selected for great that longer you you
in the little town of
many years uga clusters. Humming I birds, orioles and
and trees
plumb "
DELAND, FLORIDA. peach pear boys who work their way throughshare / selection could have pleased a know.
House of 10 rooms tend barn. 2 miles Canaan In tile backwoods of his native In the joys of College life. no varIous kinds of Insects also attractedby <
east of Stetson University, 4 mile from state. Among his acquaintances Everything belongs to them. Theyare greater number of people than did, this Auditorium Hn v ill bo March seen at 13th.the High/ School tile nectar of the blossoms pass

CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OFt Aquatic Club grounds. One of the and neighbors was Mrs. L. :M. Child in honor among their fellow students one from plant to plant and thus Insure

oiliest, most desirable and bent paying afterward< a distinguished authoress. especially it they work: In the King Priscus and his lovely queen fertilization. After the seeds form, the

l-t:" .( groves around DeLund. Apply to Being challenged< one day by Mr. right spirit. Their studies and work mode. picture of royalty as peifect. as A MAORI LEGEND. leaves and base having exhausted
MRS. II. 1\!. AUSTIN. be exacting, but to one who truly
Peering to produce a stanza In which may exhibited tbe Kings and themselves la tills final effort, wither
his should be of the enters Into the solrlt of College life, any ever by The Story "I lion T* Kup Dl.eoV.erei and die.
------- -- name one rhyming <
of the Fire Insurance
N Agency leading and trod the "mlmloBtHge"
the struggle Is as rxhlleratlng-/ a Queens of old they Zealand.
Company of America-The Aetna. words, Mrs Child took pencil! and paper New This Is the ordinary course of pro-
City property a Specialty. Women as Well as Men nnd at once replied as follows: game.Do not. watt until have laid with a regal dignity that could The Maoris are not the aborigines ofNew endure but It would not suit the planter

No BOB, Boulevard,' DeLand Fla Whoever wed the young lawyer at C. enough to see you you through. That up Is not have been. excelle: I, Zenlnnd. This Is the story of who at the critical moment when

Are Made Miserable by Will surely have prospects most cheerIn a great mistake Your ideals may their coming as told by a legend banded < the maguey Is on the point of sending

ff, change You are losing\ time, too. Resolution. down from chief to chief from gen- up Its flower stalk, cuts out the centerof
Kidney Trouble. For what moNt his person and Intellect be Start when you get your first hundred the DeLand erntlon to generation: tbe plant, leaving a bowl.shaped
V. H. VOORHIS When even his name Is N. DoorlntrlAn Resolutions passed by
dollars. The way will be up hill, but Te Kupe.' a priest lived on an Island cavity Into which the stored sap runs.
Kidney trouble good perhaps us the foregoing.but never turn back. March breast for Band at a special meeting, Thursday, called Kmvnlkl. supposed to be Ua- This sap being fermented. III the

Dentist, and lessens preys ambition upon the; beauty mind vigor discourages no better was tho quatrain upon ward, with full courage, trusting God, nvening. March 1st, 1006) : ivnli. lie Incurred the displeasure of pulque of commerce.
General Cieorge P. Morris, the authorof putting forth your best effort and as Whereas it has pleased God to take "
..: and cheerfulness soon UU thief and< was compelled to flee for The value of tbe animal product of
Gross Block DeLand Fla.ffonr.RBOtol2audl.80to4. 'u.1;;: God those' who
surely as help
6 : disappear when the kid- "Woodman Spare That Tree writ. themselves He helps will help from us our generous friend and benefactor his II fa. lIe secured a canoe and< pulque rum up to millions of dollar.,

: nays are out of order ten on the Instant under a similar challenge you Mr John B Stetson, who has stocking It with provisions, paddled out There.11 another kind of agave from
-- or diseased. by John Brougham, the actor: been the greatest friend. of this organization to BOil 'leaving his home and his which the !Mexicans get a much more

A ,. ., k become Kidney trouble has All hall thou gifted ion Southern Prosperity. and of our City; therefore, lends, as he thought forever. IIe powerful alcoholic drink known- as
so prevalent
The warrior Morrlsl!
\ poet
O. B. HUNTER J that It Is not uncommon 'Tls seldom that wo meet In on* Figures on the Industrial development Be it resolved, That the members of will mourned< as dead but about a year mescal.

QR. .,," I\ '\ for a child to be born A Cnt.ur and a Horace. of the South which have just the DeLand BIn.In special session later he returned< with a glowing 1 storyof I Th. BlBd o ..t.*'..
afflicted with weak kid- wonderful 'country he bad dis-
Hom opbatlc. Austrian Drugs. been Issued show Its wonderful assembled their tenderest a
growth express nit relation of a Hindoo husband to
n. If the of
.28 yearyjractloe New York City. Lo- neys.too often child If urinates the- FOR SALE. In the last two decades The best sympathy to Mrs Stetson and her familyin coveied. lIe give .graphic accounts I bill wife is not 'like '. contract: ana-..
Its mighty f->-eiU: Its burning moun
0', iated iryndtana,Ave., 2nd door east urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child indication of this growth Is found in their great bereavement,' and their birds." I tinned by the court of Justice, but It 1*
I offer Us ton In 1882! the talus, steaming lakes and huge
at bargain the railway milage
prices following
Store. Office hours reaches an age when It should be able to a permanent spiritual relation. which
of Lumley's: Drug : of the great loss sustainedin
a the funds better ton mileage of the South that Is the recognition The caused the wildest ezelt.-
control the It Is property can use to a stDiy
passage yet afflicted with binds two souls A wife la .
8,30 to 10 am. 1.30 to 3 and 7 to 8 pm. bed-wettlnr depend upon It. the cause of1 advantage In my business: number of tons shipped one mile, was the death of so true a friend and merit unions his people, who balled T* together.: regarded
therefore, as a true helpmate
Cottage, 5 rooms and bath,"'opposite only 2,046,000,000 gainst 37,2M! 000,000 were
the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first benefactor.Be Kupe ns II !gad.< and preparations
: W. C. CANNONS' step should be towards the treatment of the College Arms and facing golf in the rest of the country.' The share it further resolved. That Mr. Stet at once, nnde to explore this: magic in the spiritual progress of tbe soul
these grounds, nicely rented at $16 a month of the South was then less than one life of her husband, while a.faithful

:j! Livery d'a d Sale Stables. trouble Important Is due to organs.a diseased This condition unpleasant of the by, the year.Thin eighteenth.In ion's picture la the band room be drapedIn built country.and< Seven:,c'ko.i with Inrge1 provisions canoes were and husband la considered< to) be the greatest .

kidneys and bladder and not to a habit ai building lot near Boulevard and 1904 tbe ton mileage of the South mourning for a period of sixty days; of'' Islanders< ,' 4 ..I.r fine Fashionable Turnouts most people suppose. oo Ohio Ave., adjoining Heath resi was 21.600,000,000 while that of the Be it further resolved, That a copy of 'watarnll.J lI'iarty' forth 00/!/ their career of hIt wife. .When Ibe become
'" (. Bus meet all trains at A. U L. PepotHsrks Women as well as men are made miserable dance Baptist Parsonage the new rest of the country was 152,022,000,000 these resolutions be sent to Mrs Stetson LyTe: Kupe. a mother she represents divine motherhood .,'
with kidney and bladder trouble Watts and W A. Allen that the share of the South had adventurous Journey. In time' they "
a ine t morning and itfternooit F K.'O. residence; size so aud and to the for and bold a unique position la the <
'i :. Br ] Irslos at Or nce C'l'y, and .l! htIrslra and both need the lame great remedy. 100ft. front, 183ft deep. increased from one eighteenth to family ,press. reached the plat he had described! and tousebold. .- '.
at IX-Land Jui ctlon. U. H Mat' The mild and the Immediate seventh. While the ton mileage publication. the Aotea. was the! .
effect of 10 nice building lots located about one Te Kupa's: ciuioo.. 'wax'.
Hindoo mother Is
'.botbiroutes. Hacks meet .bunts Ht Beresfurd.' Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Ia sold 100 yards east of President Hnlleys'i of the rest ot the country bad increased R. O.: BUSHNELL, Presl flraC to'tsiiih:> tho\',nhore;. hence the A ) 'actually ehtt.'C, t,,
..' Gentle honrt aDd oaratul drive-s. sblped .s a livinggoddess by her ,
by druggists. In fifty-, residence and tna new Johnston house four fold that of the South W. F. McCLARY Buoy. Maori flnIi".tOtaoI'9a". : : wa.._ given to '
; DoLand Fla. dren. The children are taught too ,
. ,oa3._ cent and dollar had increased ten fold. obojr ftp
1 ; i' one ,gizea. on Minnesota and Amelia\ Ave (75 to New Zenltlr.l: .
\1. t': You may have a H ,$380. It Is to this wonderful record that a Letter to P. O. Brill.'. Just when 'tU.a'look'place: 'hi\ on. ,of their parent implicitly' 'sd'to MTV*
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:i Post 'lour lunpla bottle by mall I 5 acres good ortega land near )f.,. good many people point In arguing the '11I1ht!' bista'y'of: these pe0ple tlem 'im.,, .artb17"c1"dH'.e lane a*
1- Properly. roe, also pamphlet tell Rome of B......".._ : Bride's packing house. 120 acres choice :against government control of railroad DeLand, Fla points they live.' To support! the MTnU .. I'
jp Tb'n season will be here November ng all about .It. Including many of the blab and rolling land three quarters of rates> As one of the most prominent Dear Sir: The\ easiest business In this that ,tin to :t ;In tg: Cmdowy: uiumorles their\ old-age: to look After tnijr. wetfore -

: first, for shooting\ quail and banting. thousands of testimonial letters received a wile from P. O.Will, .. sell in quantltlrs. men In tbe South, recently'laid. the reason la: of tin* iast.'bdt It Is supposed' ; l tape continue the /from sufferers cured la.writing Dr. KUmerh I to suit. "It is always a good thing to let well world is dry-goods; yocnstomers hare: Lo; 0I1a ."h "t EC3yenr1, > ago, Tb. dutJe*:'of *Jldrm:,fa > "
will through :,..ptnterr Co., Blnghamton. N. '1'.. o* sure and Corner, lot facing'! Colleger Arms and enough\ alone*, when oroeperlty follows / 'wanl'yoar Ita1ru' much as Maoris ot jt tf* ,y I'lwjiy .referq Ha JioQMboIll.Z 3 .,

S ,s You ibonld"posttyonr! "< proper&7 if you noatlott this .nape;*; I golf grounds 1)81200f&\) JScat: .,lottn\ the ,,1...the wake'of luchr: courted: Ui to yon want! to.sail iti. they come-In 1 ''yon .will, as tu.",fatherland..and\ there-to) IelIatlv. .. ... ,f. .

wish to keep parties from trespassing. ''Db 't'a''e' any mlBtalre,but remember city, i." ",'t. .11 I )( .*.1 1 1Jil the present,th. railroad have I been show'P..I and.'sell it.: That's tnq ,,wbol5bn.iue. prororlv'! ,kuuo mal I HawalJMt thssa.NRtpt tAl .M. tIIIIdI.' '"
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... The campaign is now open and -
; "; : : while we have heard of very few Judge and Mm ,:' I WATTS & MILLER
nominations the various office TEMP, OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Brady are ignesta of DeLand-Daytona Road to Have: i.
: !Entered in tha Pottofltae at DeLand FU. fqr The Trues.
aa wound olass.natter.B.TB. there will doubtless be twoor TIlE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Mile Posts Put Down.
more candidates for each of- CORRESPONDENTS. There were about sixty people In,the

fice. One of the most impor- ploulo party to Blue Lake last week Board met Monday pursuant to ad. HARDWARE FURNITURE I
PKEVATT, Editor A Proprietor. Wednesday.Mr journment; present 1'. 11:. Bond Chair
be filled from this !
tant offices to ,
.. ... .. .. .. Pierson. Bengtson has been lumber man, R. D. Brooke W. H. McBride,, '
---- --- hauling
) county is that of State Senator, T. L. Rodgers, T. J. Murray and S. D 1
Jacksonville wants a 80-foot and for this honorable positionwe fur a new cottage on the east side of Jordan, Clerk.
TVlr N J Ohlson has treated himself
Graves Ave. The
following road and
place nomination the name bridge re
channel at the mouth of the St.
anil wife to a bran new double seated '
ports were
of lion. Frank W. Same, the present There will be a Seven Suclnl this : -
Johns River. incumbent who has filled magon. Wednesday night given by Mrs Fullerton District DeLand No road.a Repairs on Daytonaand A nltnre and Everything for your home, the Best and Cutest In

the office for several terms with Lawrence D Morrison of Darberville at Library Hall. District No. Repairs the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE! for tho j

It looks as if Frank Clark will honor to himself and his con- ,'was .a familiar figure at this place Mr and Mrft Pew arrived on Monday. District No. 4 3--Repairs on on Tomoka bridges flue elites of Goods we carry. |Our Furniture Department is three
,,, doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything In
have no opposition for are. stituents. Capt. Sams is too well Saturday.Mr They were bent hint winter and ooimpled road and bridges.District I our lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through elthe. depart

; nomination for Congress.I known to the people of Voluaia I B H Ashley of DeLeon Springs, n one of the Dickinson cottages The No. of 5-General the repairs. ment. We have the goods yon need and will satisfy you or your
; county and the State of Floridato stem winder in a log camp was In this report committee on money back.
Mrs Keck, who has been a guest of Port Orange and Mt. Ararat road received ,
'rof.' Wiley says that the Food need any word of commendation -I place last week. The Orange City Hotel for several and filed. Committee dis Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. }

Manufacturers' Association is ,a from us. Those who know :Mr S S Llndstrom, .a lively, prompt weeks, went home on Saturday. charged' and opening of said road
him best are his staunchest worker of this place, made a business along the following metes and bonds: UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.Mr. .
,band of toxicologists; in disguise, I friends and strongest supporters, to DeLand Friday. Mr and :Mrs Cornwall of Patterson: Commence on the line of the roadas
trip New York, who have been the guests of now laid out and run in a north- J. A. -Stith, a graduate _ _
Ambassador von Sternburg; is and every time he has been a Quite a crowd went from here to Mrs Bust, left for Daytona on Friday. west direction to the southeast corner of one of tbe finest Embalming
candidate for office his heaviest, Darberville one night last week to witness of the south of lot 7, section 3iT. Schools ot the country, is in I
laying for Secretary Root the vote was at his home precinct.It a moving picture show. Mr 0 W Sperry who moved to De- IS. S. R. 33 East; thence along east charge of this department and
: next time he refuses to draw is with pleasure that we are Land last fall Is here "assisting in tbe line of said line to northeast corner; will (rive prompt and careful
'card able to make the announcementof Tbe Dillard! brothers, John and Leon construction of Mr \Vnlden'a new thence west to old Kings road was attention to every detail of thir ____________________ .f
work. ___
Senator of Emporia attended Mulligan minute I cottage ordered advertised for thirty days according __
--_ his candidacy for State luddibnck meeting here Saturday. to law. r
after urgent solicitation by A number of The Trues guests left on Funeral Supplies p pf
Japan is experimenting: to That excellent:> citizen, Frank B. Car to issue license. _______ t

see whether the Big Stick will be his numerous friends.-New lile of West Pierson. is spending a Monday.Mr They were Mrs Arthur Still- Brothers On motion for the petition of McCoy Always in Stock.KLICKER. ,.. I
Smyrna Breeze. man, and Mrs Parkhnrst and Mr ferry license across Hali-
:& as effective at Pekin as it was at pleasant and business outing in DxLaud Howard. I fax River between Daytona and Sea- Ii
And there should be no opposition this week with Iriends. breeze was granted, license to issue i
Portsmouth. to the candidacy of Oapt. The planters are busily engaged in Mr and Mrs Blake who have been the on the fling of a good and sufficient
their farm work and guests of The Orange City Hotel for bond in the um of two hundred dollars -
.: According to Commissioner Sams. The democrats of the nicely. Justice Jim Cade are of getting Little nlong several weeks, left for Daytona ana to be approved by the clerk. .

: Garfield, his interview with the county should reward him witha was the first to plant corn.( Egypt other points this week. On motion the petition of the man- I
ager of the Peninsular, Daytona and
packers was on a "purely personal re-nomination and re-election Miss Mae Minshew young lady of :Mr Chas Learned with his cousin, Mr Halifax Bridge: Co. for change in _toll BROS

: l matter." without opposition for his loyaltyto bright, sunny smile. and pleasant Jas Learned of Boston, are two snV rates was laid< over to April- meeting.

their interests and constant words, of West Pierson, has gone to De- stantlal gentlemen who are the guests On motion the petition of citizensof

: The strawberry crop of Florida and diligent work for the State Land to dwell for a season. of the Orange City Hotel. the Jbldrtdge road! from asking Eldridge for a to change Piersonwas in Merchant Tailors "f.

o this season has been fine, and and for Volusia county. lIe has Our old Masonau brother Jerry Mrs Bust has had a new roof put on ordered filed and W. E. Hill, ') I

1 gold mine to those engaged in Kelley, of Emporia, was in town Satur her house, tinted moss groen and is David Jones, and Nels Pierson were I
discharged the trust reposed in day. He reported his orange grove and having a new veranda put on, made appointed a committee to mark and Three Doors South from Fisher's CornerWe
the industry.' him by the good people of the peach orchard doing finely. somewhat wider than before. view the same and report at the April
meeting of the Board.
county with great credit to himself Daniel in the lion's den Wall not in a The Sock Social which was On motion S. B. Wilson f
J: Lincoln Steffins says that public gotten up T. L. Rod- are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fisher's
and honor to his county and worse fix than pusillanimous fellow by Miss Massey, which I forgot to gers and F. E. Bond were hereby appointed corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call
.. opinion is behind President State. No Senator worked harder that dropped biB tickling letter near mention last week netted the neat sum a committee to investigate the and inspect our New Line of Samples for bth Ladles and Gentlemen i
Roosevelt. But as yet he is also tbe Hngbes place Filday night if he of 28.75 for the benefit of the street assessments on the Daytona Bridge just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always ,
; for Florida's best interest, none is taught. Company.On guaranteed you by us, The beet material on the market for the mon
in the lead. (
: long way lamps. motion H. G. I Stylish'! suits at
influencein Johnson is hereby ey. popular prices-suits that wear well and that give
',/ commanded a greater; Capt J 0 Terry of Edge Field, S C, :Mrs Jefferson Cook( who was recentlya granted a permit to plant oysters satisfaction, We are prepared to turn out more and better work I f

Sporting editors will please the. Senate chamber at Tallahassee stopping in Seville, was here Friday. resident of the Sperry cottage, was in front of lot 40 and 41, Blake, under Remember the place and give us your order. I

take notice that Senator Aldrichis the past two legislaturesthat He is Confederate veteran, buying served here on Friday. She was accompanied I the On conditions prescribed by law. : ; pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
motion the claim of
going to carry Senator Tillman Frank W. Sams. He is of years in of an tbe Alabama Civil Wur.bregade during 81 by her sister Hiss Smith the amiable Jan A. Peterson was pension examined and jl:4CKR. BROTHERS, DeLand Floirda \

to call on the President. and for the people of his county, young lady who spent several weeks approved. ,
Mr J E of
Byrd Branchville.
On motion the
here this winter and who Is on her way communication of
and the charge committed to him Identified with the Capt D F Morrison North. Leon E. Ellenwood in reference to ,.
; The Pat Orowe jury evidently by the people since his electionhe naval stores business at Turpentine ferry was ordered filed for reference.
There van a.party of tourists and On I
thought the defendant was such City in with motion the petition asking for
returns to them with no stain came Friday a good gang -
guests ofThe Trues together with Mm public roads along south side of Mann
'4 a liar they could not even be. attached to it. Such servants of darkey hapds, accompanied by his handsome Lutz and Miss Strange to DeLtonSpri property form Woodland Boulevardto

lieve his own confession. the people should be retained in wife and two sweet children. !. t s liLt week IMduy., They' all enjoyed -' Lake Helen grade was ordered Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops. ;
Two beautiful young lady flowers of the trip much and think tiled, and William Best, H. H. Mann
their for the best interest very
position and W. C. Cannons
this were
place were the appointed a
Itseems that the only'peoplewho upon quarterdeckgaugniank that the is
spring a pleasant'place
committee to mark ,
and and and the
of the State county view same
Monday, :Miss Frederica to visit. '
quit ahead of the and
game on report at April meeting.
the.Yerkes-Miznermarriagewere especially for the people of the Peterson returning tram an outing to Mr Jas Walden has started the foundation On motion, C. N. Hazen was awarded !
$20,000 worth of the husband's county Capt. Sams has with such DeLand for and a weeks Miss Legette visit tothe Hagstrom same city.departed for a new house on the corner of court the house contract for for the carpenter sum of $10.work on Wagons and Buggies Mile or 1 Rap lira 1. om i 3) i >3i i; a J t
Oak and Graves Aves. The roof of
i "creditors.t distinction so faithfully repre- Despite the drizzle, the pastors of the cottage which he now occupies has been On motion, W. H. Wood and Son Specialty. Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the f
sented in the State Senate. His and Lutheran were awarded the contract for paint
I announcement that in obedienceto Baptist churches here expounded treated to a new coat of dark green ing plastering and plastlcolng court best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing I''
The Democratic Executive God's gospel chart and compass paint, also the base lattice, which improves house, as per specifications, for the
Committee of Volusia County the expressed wishes and truth to pretty full houses for the tbe appearance very much. It sum of $243; ; It being stipulated that Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give

v meets here next and it solicitation of friends throughoutthe government of the soul and direction of is one of tbe prettiest cottages in town. Masiiry's paint be used. me a, Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to. k
Monday, On motion, the Watts &
life last and Miller Co.
Saturday Sunday. No
i county he will be a candi- person :Mrs Lutz, the accomplished authoress
will then open the county cam- with a right head and heart could were awarded the contract for repairsto f

;, paign for the May primary. date for the Senate before the miss service. and correspondent of the New York court house roof and new roof on _ _ _ _ _
Press, who .baa been the guest of Mrs vault, as per specifications for the ---
; May primary, will be received Capt S H Bennett of DeLand a former sum of $203.25( It being that I
Rust for a nu'rnber. weeks. left on ; stipulated THEO
f 1 The Southern Steamship Company with gratification by the demo-' citizen of these diggings! and a genial Saturday for Augustine! etc, on her they give a good and sufficient boud DEMRO. Orange City Florida-
cratic voters of Volusia.In good fellow that in the sum of $500; conditioned that
everybody liked and
I has acquired terminal facilities a.. way to her' home.in New York. She ..-
they keep tile court house and vault -- -
charter member Mulligan laddi- .
: at Jacksonville, and will a speech delivered at the I was accompanied as far us Jacksonville root In thoRough repair.
buck of the Empire Club here, was by :Mrs Bust, also Miss Strange as far On motion, the
5 pat 'on a line of steamers from pension matter of
foot of Jacksonville street last
; a circulating among friends of good cheer: as Daytona. John
Albright, one of the county pensioners
Philadelphia and Baltimore. to Saturday night Governor Brow- the last of last week. He was accompanied -! was referred to the attorneysof -- -

.: that place. ard, in defense of his wild and 1 by his bright little son Gordon. I Cull'of the !Hock.! the Board for such adjustment as WILLIAM KOLMON

spectacular scheme to drain the Mrs Nellie Dnrroh of St Louis a lovely I (Read at the Sock Social Febv.: 26th.) they ran at make with, the. pension authorities ,
handsome, wealthy matron of middle
the Agricultural Depart Everglades bitterly denouncedthe I'm ;just a little sock. motion, the clerk was granteda DEALER CT
ment and the Food Manufacturers age and sister to Mrs Charlotte H Cads. Quite empty as you see. requisition for 1,000 documentary
newspapers of the State, that of East Pierson, is enjoying the dellghtfnl I If,you'll give me some pennies s files, and one Record of Incorporations. Hardware Furniture Dr Goods Second Hand
I i;. Association could pass sentence they were the tools, of the railroads sunny climate of Florida with : till my soul with glee. On motion, the criminal cost bills Goods, Etc

on each other, it would be and corporations. If he is a months outing here with her sister The number of your stocking were examined and approved for
t verdict of six months twice and nephews the Cade brothers. She I Please multiply by two J34U1, and clerk instructed to issue
a quoted correctly he made no ex I' In nickles, cents and silver, warrants therefor. I have consolidated my two stores, and now have a larger and bet
year? ception. A remarkable declaration arrived Friday and is spending the first Is all I ask of you On motion, the assessors' report of ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general household
convention at the model home of agricultural statistics for 1005 were !goods! than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right.
I: to be made by the Chief deputyfiberilJG Than bring It to onr social examined and approved.On In my second hand household department can be found some blir bar
Mr. Longworth has been presented Also some friend quite dear. gains. (I buy and sell second hand household
goods, etc) I
Executive of a great and prosper. Messrs Bak<*r and Price two thoroughly motion. Commissioners Bond barfratne In either promise
with Presidential boom And it will give us pleasure you department. Prompt attention all
a given orders
and Rogers were instructed to have
experienced millwrights and and
ous State. These newspapersare successful To.greet your party here. quick delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders.
: : the Hue of the Daytona and DeLand
: by an admiring friend. It is naval store operators at Bakers-
the great factors in the prosperity The that ask for road straightened by county surveyor WM. KOLMON
1 needless to have force money we ORANCE
say that there is burg. a large of men at workat CITY, FLORIDA
of Florida. The Record is Will keep our street lamps bright; ; also have mile posts placed along
l. email liklihood of the present that place putting in their railway We want them filled and burninn the line of said road.
not sympathy with the Gov side track settling foundations installing Each and every dark night. 'he trf nanri>ra' rpnort for the month
',i.' being. duplicated. ernor's scheme to get the water their new saw mill, eto. Their ____ _n__ of I"ebruari.--wlth'; books and l accounts : :

.' '. out of the Everglades: The timber cutters and teams are hustling, were examined and approved, .-
Senator Tillman is to make his scheme is preposterous, it is putting the logs on the mill yard School Board. find pnld warrants ordered destroyed. -.

''t. first call .1n four years at the rediculous. The undertakingwould rapidly, while the sharp clink of the The Board of Public Instructionheld I'SNew

:White Ilouse. It is understood bankrupt the State withno back and puller has commenced to its regulary monthly meeting MachlnerrllouMerorJack oDlIIe. SEASON: l
tangible good resulting from record the fact that the Tnrheol must last Monday and Tuesday, with all The Malsby Machinery Company, igos06.The .
t that Queensberry rules will govern ; members present, and the following whose advertisement will bA found in
the It hurt make naval
undertaking. stores while the
may darkey Is
.J,.:,. and there will be business transacted: today's issue of the paper have opened
no hitting willing and the shines .
the Governor's feelings a little sun brightly.A :=) The Superintendent reported that up a large machinery house at the

,in the breakaways. but_ we_ mil_or__, inform_ n__ him__ that n__' man that don't take and read his the County Teachers Association was corner of Ward, and Jefferson Streets. College.Arms
this paper is not controlled by county and state papers regularly I Is held February 15th and 16th, as per in Jacksonville. Florida Mr. M Malsby,
order of the Board. formerly of Mvlsby & Co., is the Presi .
That Professor
'The politics of Duval county any railroads, corporations or, benumbed all through lite'sknoclc about -
Suhrie of the Normal Departmentof dent. Air. B. L. Brown Vice President
will be the first to reach the boiling capitalists (except its editor) ;: swim and is ignorant and much like a Stetson University was engagedas Mr J. W. Brown, Secretary and Treas

stage preceding the they have no mortgage: on it or certain church usher who, when a lecturer, and a most profitable session nrer. They have large consignmentot DB LAND FLORIDA
r. primary jlttim: against it, and it is underno young man took in his best girl to his was the result. the famous A.B Farnnhar Company's
r to be held in May. It is getting obligation to them other than crowded church and stopping at the W. E. Ballough was granted a special goods of York Pa., which has ;just been Opens for Guests December 1st. 1905. j"

I not. :there now, and candidates! any good progressive citizen is first pew. turned to the lackey usher, ,Kingston permit School.Superintendent to send. his children to the received and and boilers consists, and of a general saw mills line engines of ,

jj. are falling over each other already for the money they are turning who never took and read the Record reported that State machinery. No doubt this new enterprise
loose in Florida in the development and T U, and said: "1 Board fills a long'felt want in Florida, Under
to'get their claims.for office guess we can of Education had approved the and doubtless big badness will the management of John G. Holland
of her wonderful resources, squeeze in here.", "No," said the unread application for state bid of Daytona
hefore the people. naturally accrue, as tbe members of (same
management last
as of
Uul.nml season)
and Suubiee.se.Deed Manager
it for the
making possible profitable usher with a big hollow giggle, this company have devoted a life timeto the
.4. a '; employment of thousands of "you better wait until yon get home to for school bulding at Hawks the study of this business. BLUE MomsTArs LAKE HOTEL, Blue,Mountain\ (

: Countess' Samaroff complains her laborers. The biggest showing hug that gal" So that all right Mulligan Park The was received and of Miss accepted.Vaulz Estimates, price list and catalogue Lake, New York, (Adirondack Mountains:) i

: r 'that'she' : cannot. get a passport : that the Governor will makein laddlbucku don't act like that usher; bea assistant resignation teacher at Port Orange was as furnished....-- on application... :For rates, reservations and other informationon

; either as a.American or a Russian his drainage scheme will be man like that well informed nice I accepted, and Miss Maud Milburn appointed and after NQvember 5th 1905 address
citizen., The, Countess. js the hole made in the State treas- disciplined. fair minded popular young to fill the vacancy. Seed Corn for Sale. JOHN, ;
.k, 7wasti: 'g'tiine": in Washington. ury. We have no 'objection to man, Lewis Wilson, of West Plerson is teacher Resignation at Enterprise of Mary was received McLeod and as The undersigned has a fine variety of HOLLAND,

J.*. the Governor draining the Everglades doing. He called up 8 E! Smith, the accepted.The seed corn. well adapted to this climate, THE COLLEGE
I,< Any ,American consulatewould' if he will stand the expense Pierson Record scribbler and the T U Superintendent instructedto for salt. It benrs several, ears tostalk, and ARMS

:make JIeT.a citIZen. for a fee; of but there is kick coming agent Saturday and, gave him the cash continue those schools was one month develops! : full and plamp. On good ,DeLand, Florida. -
groom It yields from SO to 60 bushels
t4 two dollars and no. questions from us if we must go down into In advance grip aqd paas-word subscription where the average warrantee the extension .per acre Price 78 cents per peck. Address .
asked., our empty 'pockets to assist in for one year to the Volnsia payment for same to be made
out of appropriation by the State for
paying for the fiddling and fid Record and the
; County Jacksonville such "' JOHN BENQSTON
I- ,
;::1' 1(;, '4. rAt:: Titnsville last turday dlers. Times-Union. Mr Lewis Wilson la a The Treasurer's report for the Orange City. Fla. .. .;
stepson and foreman for Capt C E month
was examined and approved,
l' Jones -
Ai ;?Judge: rendered A decision
"Ex-Gov. Jennings Praises Jones, the prosperous planter and orange and teachers paid their salaries for .
; \. > .,that the J&*; pas d. by the last Governor. Broward," is a headline grower of West Pierson, who has no month of February. The Board. then JOHN B. WELCH

'+ legislature: prohibiting the catch.'f I in the Pensacola Journal. holes in his consciences or cbaractor.] adjourned to its next regular meeting, 0
the first
"-"ing of the of seines Gov. Broward's bitterest --- Monday in April.
fish by use in enemy .
:: Tbe Dying Leaf. -'-- ORANGE CITY FLA -

_ "r t't'tt' .waters of the St. Johns: River1tnncoraatltutIonalr *' could this.--JalperNew8.not wish, him -worse than The lithe form droops, the weaknlng stem Me ting of tbe Executive Committee. -;-.-----.--,.'-- 9lutV&riick& i 1:
14' 'mainly onkciwunt Bear with effort the dying leaf To Whom It Concern ; '
/ May 1.
: and
/That sly ex-Gov. n snail v knows That was nearby a green robed gem Fancy Staple Groceries To- ,
: :"of the vagueness.. of,the how'.to get! things with both Yellow now as the slokled sheaf. There will be a meeting of the Demo bacco, Cigars. I "Elastic" Bookcase _ >
., ,language i: 'of, .the. ,!act.. feef, anq we repeat what we First I saw it IP rank leafbood, cratlo County Executive held in the Committee Court House of Voloula at De- combined. : '

';ii '" '* it ,' have said before; that Governor The with liCe ita velna oft plush velvet lining Land Fin, .on Monday, March,13th, Dry Goods, Shoes, HatsItc.: ., Etc. and Desk _____________. __
'/ Theodore Roosevelt hasn't' done Broward, at the end.of his administration With a sunlit pulsing surface at shining.lull Hood, 1906, at a o'clock PM.. and i* U desired Permits as much or as little. .
will be much better that all persons who are Interested book space as won to.!.i .
thirttr to the poIitical1boBllee of let the foathaml in matter liable to Best and Freshest Canned Goods,' J'
aspen movement, 'come before the Comprises Desk. Unit wlh' _
; loved and more highly resnected The gentle upward lint and fall said Committee will constantly on band, and all first '
:,'I party ;durlngHthe six attend said meeting. few or many Book Units aj
past _
; in Iliiklub of life line
if he succeeds cutting himself KMoe and class Groceries for
; has '' tired ...tbeI : .And fluted edge from point bent to ball. FRANK W.SAMS. your table. desired. Roomy, convenient __________________ ; ,
:: .Jlerr re otf,from the influence 'certain Chr.-Vo., Co. Dew Bx. Com, ,attractive. /Jllllnd see.
,'':::'. .''r''':', ,M .-.4 other states.1l' advise and "'use his power; for When Pause past to DOW Cbs prime the red there golden In borer fcn. DsLand, FlaViarch,:] 3rd, 1904.. X P. ALLEN &: CO.. ,
,." selfish I 'purposes.'The True Demo. Tile but proud spark ia bald -si. .
".evidently: sinifttbfl'ftf I to View.No Order*'receive careful 'attention : Agents. .
I ,. 'crat hopes be will yet: tell them sparrow fill,or even leaf. H. A. :Boley has opened a;jewaltr repair and delivery prompt. You will DELANO, FLA. ,1
.' ,, :jpnre I&U,to i.''go aw.yIoff' yonder rand But la numbered la Illalmw cold- shop. in the cast room of the bank find my price as low a* the lowest : .
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< .' earth 8 floor,toan ton to mould. all watohaa.' clocks
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Bee Hazel the Piano Toner Mr. F. Finney was an Orange City f ,
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( ,,' Fresh garden seed of all kinds can be visitor Tuesday. r

had at Fisher's See the new Pastel Shade at Dreka's ,
;" H a 1'0 t.'1. 1" p,,' ; .' Editor Johnston made a business trip Millinery Department. -

to Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. Floyd Fisher of Miami Is i "
f' ; now 1 1'rl'
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(. ,4I1 Jrl Dan'l Blackwelder was a north end with the Fisher drug store.'

visitor the fl/lt/ of the week. Mr.* Arthur M. Heath arrived from '

l> Mr. C. E. Blanc made a business trip Chicago the first of the week. V. Li.V p:f'
to Jacksonville the first of the week. The visitors are sending the fragrant I

t MJ1 GDr. H. Evert Kendlg. of Lake Helen, orange blossoms to friends North. '"
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made The Record a pleasant call Wed Mr. J. H. Allen and mother prominent
"f.l, 'r New nesday. people of Milieu, Ga., are visiting
Things Wanted-A spring wagon, acme and Mrs. S. T Gramling. n I
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plow fot orange grove. Apply to V Attorney Bert Fish went to Daytona
.J 'c:,,: ;, Danbert, DeLand. Tuesday to look after his law firm's .'

There is The Board of Trustees of the John B interest at that place. \
are arrivingdaily.
..,':,. ( J.. 'L gen Stetson University will meet in special l Gen. J. A. Scarlett is down from Cincinnati
session next Thursday. to inspect his fine
orange grove
eral air of NEWNESS throughout Mrs G. A. Dreka entertained a numb property north west of town.

.!r of friends Monday afternoon i in Attorney and Editor Edward Fitzgerald

,: ,,,',:} the store. If desire to know honor of Miss Dora KlllcoS. was at the county seat the Brat
.. you The livery stables are kept busy taking of the week on legal business

picnic parties out to the varlou Mrs. Henry -Stevenson: last Saturday,
what is "just right" step in and see points of interest near DeLand. purchased the fine Winters grove out in i

The orange trees are getting white the Waite settlement. The consideration &'4. ri::. i, r
bur goods. with bloom and this kind of property i Is was $1500.

going to sell during the next week. See J. A. Erlckaon and get a Ten

. a.:. Mr. and Mrs. Cadwallader, who hav Year Level Premium Investment Bond. '

:' Our Millinery Department is been at DeLand the past month, let Interest payable monthly. Absolutely: I I '?

,, Mich.Wednesday for their home at Oallsbnrg, guaranteed results. :; i k

Now is the time to buy the finest and
showing the most stylish and becoming Mrs. Powell who spent several week best varieties of peach and catalpa trees

with her daughter Mrs G. P. Carson, of E. H. Hayward at lens than wholesale

HATS to be had. first returned of the to week Jacksonville her home, the pecan prices.trees He has a good stock of best ZtV

Hon A. Dunn, a prominent citizen The Record regrets to note the death

Art Squares and Rugs going at and capitalist of Tldionte,Pa. wife and of the little child of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. CLOTHING
daughter, Mian (Tiara, are spending a McBride, which occurred at the home
( season at TheJCollege{ Arms. Friday night last. The burial took place
cut 'prices this week. Mr. Kirby B. Osteen. who bought on at Daytona. ...

the Lnmley & Osteen Pharmacy, has ta County Commissioners Rodgers and New Spring Styles Fancy Vests
card elsewhere in these columns to Murray and School Commissioner ,

Winter Goods and Clothing which your attention la called.I Knappe came over from the Coast Mon Fancy Shirts New Oxford Shoes

i still have the Best Sewing Machinesof day to attend the March sessions of ,

marked down. all make Also some high arm their respective Boards.

machines,which have been need at ten Messrs. Abraham and Wright special
dollars. Come and see me. J. A. Erickson. Insurance agents and own stock of the L

Bond Sandstone Brick Co., spent a few .I
G. A. Dreka & Co. "Found In a Four-wheeler" and "The days in town this week. Their companies .

Darkey Woodaeller" the titles
are of are -- -- -- -- -------"
I represented at DeLand by
the farces to be presented by the children Mr. S. B. Wright. j-.*.*..........**.Jui

at the Public School Auditoriumon I
March 20th. The March meeting of the Daughters .
; of the Confederacy will be at the borne i Garden
Miss Dora KilkoOT, who baa been of the President, Mrs. J. L. McCrory TT ;
visiting her Uncle Mr. G. A. Dreka,, re
Wednesday, the 14th, at 8 o'clock. All
tarns to Washington Tuesday, where members and interested
are I
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she ment has departments.a position in one of the govern. welcome Seed i

Hon. E. W. Bond 'was in town from wT f
County Commissioners W. H McBride 5 :; I
Lake Helen BIN
The 41111'PORKI
Wednesday rebuilt ?
School Commissioner L. E. T
E. W. Bond & Co's :; Corn I
Causey, and Messrs. S. A. Baker and mill at that place jjj Sugar T
started up this week. It ia much finer .
M. Frevatt
George were here from
Seville the first of the week. and of greater capacity than the one 5 Beans T
burned last fall. In ftct, it Is one of .
The greatest hit of the season will be the finest plants in the State. TS
given by the children at the Public ; Peas
A Card to the Public. School Auditorium on March 20th con Mass Minerva Bond the charming ; S
ruE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS!! OF slating of two farces, several character little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. May "TWO OF TUE FINEST"
nard M. Bond student at Stetson will Water Melon
THE FAST WEEK. songs and an uproarious black face ; T Advertising food wares and at the
medley. entertain at luncheon at noon today proper time ot the year. What's nicer
twelve of her student friends at the ;; Seed ; ID, mid-winter than fresh pork
The undersigned has purchased of Messrs. J. M. Local. and Society Item: for the P.ople'Pap.rBrl.r s Sheriff Turner brought! over from Lake Helen home, the occasion being T T
Daytona the latter part of the week a T PORK CHOPS, CUTLETS OR
Lumley and T. J,.. Osteen, The Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy Mention or. F...et. ae negro man, bound over to the Criminal the thirteenth anniversary of her birth. 5 Everything for ; ROASTS.
8011 by our Reporter.W. The sad news was received at DeLand
Court under the
the firm name being in future The Osteen Phar- charge of knocking his lie
r wife m the head with an ax. He wee the first of the week of the death of Dr. Z spring Take your choice We have them
macy. I have placed a graduate pharmacist in charge S. Taylor, Dentist. captured in Jacksonville. David D. )Moore, at his Geneva, N. Y., planting. T and the entire lot fa a choice one.

4-, of the drug department. A full line of standard drugs, March moonlight nights.,; Prof. F. R. Osborn received a telegram home. Dr. Moore was for many yearsan i They'll uses help them(five and new send vigor a new to whoever supply
the eminent Baptist. minister and residedat G. W. FISHER. T; of healthful blood
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Tuesday conveying sad news coursingthrough!
and a complete assortment of all goods usually kept in of the sudden death of a'brother-in-law DeLand during the winters in the the veins. Our market every time for

a first class drug store will be carried, and I solicit a Brill's.New curios constantly arriving at at Erie Pa. He was president of a com early history of the place. The news T JTe fresh pork If you want the best.

pressed air plant, and he and the fore. of his death is received with profound IcFFFFFF FFFFiFEFFiiiii- MARSH BROTHERS.
share of the trade of the DeLand people and the coun-
Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. market
man were killed by an explosion of the regret by all the DeLand people ----. ---------.-. -_ .------n _____ ____.
try people who frequent the county seat, assuring you every Friday. machinery. As it is some little time since Dr.

of prompt, polite and courteous attention. Mrs. M. M.: Bond was in town from Mr. M. G. Rowe ia now the sole Armstrong has visited this city and as 'tt.J 'tf5 '
Helen Tuesday. owner of the DeLand Telephone Exchange ft will be some weeks before biB person.

... K. B. OSTEEN, The air Is redolent with the fragranceof having purchased the [interes al visit occurs, April 5-6-7, he has decided A. H. WOODALL
the orange blossomi. of bis brother of Zolfo. Mr. Rowe has to send one of his specialists from
Proprietor Osteen Pharmacy.
The city council will meet in regular and ole giving the patrons of the Exchange the home office on a special trip to the

session next Monday night. a most excellent service. It i I. city, who will be at The Melrose here .Fine Groceries.

The Dinkey sailor. Have yon seen it t one the State.of the best telephone exchanges in pn March 1017. We Vouch for thlman' .
shown at DreWs Millinery Store. integrity, so you may feel per

Mr. Zack Broderlck was a DeLeon The large number, nearly 200. keep fectly safe. in trusting your case to bim.He .
Springs visitor to DeLand Tuesday. up at The College Arms and this will be in Orange City on March 10. [if you are looking around for the

Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Morse were Famous and popular winter resort is A railroad case from Seville was before best place to
Orange,; City visitors to DeLand Wednes doing a fine business. Many are now Judge McCrory last Monday, in buy your supplies

Let Us'' Show You day.Mrs. coming Putnam to DeLand's it from Coast points.! The which the Atlantic Coast Line was pro. wouldn't you give us the preferenceif
O. B. Pel ton and'friends were a other big hotel, ia ceeding against Mr. S. A. Baker the
Lake Helen party in DeLand the first of also tourist full business of guests and doing a fine saw mill man there, as an unlawful de. you knew-

the week. tamer! tearing down the R. R. fence .
Mr. Brill has just received a fine lot The Melrose, McLeod's, The Oaks, and building one of his own, the R. R. THAT our stock is the most complete "

f J. : Our new Oriental Rugs and Art of pocket high books.class alligator band bags and The boarding Olive house Branch are end all running Miss Dunne over claiming it also.the land The R.and R.Mr.was Baker non"claiming suited. to be found in the city?

Tax Collector Perkins Smith was at t been with winter visitors. The Melrose has and It began' new proceedings. The THAT our goods are always first class

No trouble. Glad to do it. the county seat from the Coast the first full since December and every case will again. come np before Judge in
Squaree. of the week. room is occupied now with quite a McCrory the first of April. Jf quality and absolutely guaranteed to be

Flowers, foliage and ribbon were Mrs.number Alcoa rooming is out taking meals theta Mr. Kirby Osteen Las purchased the df just as represented by us?
making a great success .
& Osteen the
Lnmley Pharmacy transfer
never prettier than at this seaenn. Seethe of this popular house THAT we are giving all
our to the
being made the ttrat of the week. Mr. energy
/ F. ALLEN & COMPANY display at Dreka's. The Stetson Basket Ball Team played Padgett prescription clerk at Fisher's upbuilding of our trade? --
Regular service at the Presbyterian the Rollins College Team last Monday
<> for the winter will have charge of the
1s church Sunday morning. The Pastor afternoon at Winter Park. The score We invite
business especially the drug! depart. inspection, our goods and our
Rev. Knapp,, will pseach. was 19 to 18 in favor of Rollins. Miss
Mr. Osteen is
ment. a brother of the treatment will
Conductor C. J. Anderson and familyare Jones, daughter of Judge and Mrs. junior member of the old firm, and will please you.

spending the week with Mrs. A's Tones, of Tltnsvllle 4s Captain of the bring his family to DeLand from Osteento Phone
mother, Mrs. H. M. Austin. Stetson Team, and Miss Ruth Rich former reside. Kirby is one of tbe leading 7.9 A. H. WOODALL

Mr. Middlemaa was here this week student at Stetson, now stenographer business citizens of the county, and a

s The Fist Methodist Episcopal Church. St. Barnabai' Church. from Jacksonville visiting his family, victorious at Rollins te tin. Ie Captain of the son of the late H. E. Osteen, and has ,.. ;.1i f

First Methodist Episcopal Church St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Uev. stopping at The Olive Branch. many friends throughout the connty. .
corner- Boulevard and Howry Avea. Campbell Gray Rector. March llth. On next Tuesday evening, March He will also be at the store and will be
Sunday school at ten o'clock. Morning lid Sunday In Lent, 0:00 a. m. Morning County Commissioner Rufus Brooke .3th, the people of DeLand will Tbe pleased to see any of his friends when I .
service worship and sermon at eleven Prayer, followed by Sunday school; 11 was here Monday and Tuesday attend- !given a treat each as they have nol W. A. ALLEN &
visit the He Is In-
o'clock. Dr. Robert J. Carson will a. m. Choral service with sermon. ing the March session of the Board. often bad the privilege of they county to
preach. Subject of sermon "Win and m. Evening Prayer with address. Deify enjoying. crease the present stock, keeping a complete CO--I'
Wear It". A hearty welcome to, service during Lent at 6 p. m. Sunday, Mr. R. J. Bishop is ap'from his turpentine Mr. Russell H. Conwell of Philadelphia line of drags and all things keptIn I .
tstrangers, and others. March llth, service with sermon at All plant at Eldridge, suffering will deliver a lecture on that connection with a first-class drug Druggists and Jewelers.
X .JUf Episcopal Saints', church Enterprise at 8 p. m. with rheumatism in the legs and feet. date. ,Mr. Conwell is a lecturer of international i store. '

Methodist Church. South. II bearing Mrs. L. A. Fudger spending several as *ell! as national reputation Drugs, I
Regular services evety Sabbath at 11 For Sale-Five acre
wand! 7 80 school 10 200 boxes orange weeks with her son Mr. W. B. Fndger, le has been on the platform for the Glee Club Concert. Stationery
a p m;Sunday at grove; last year, BOO this ,
.. a m; Junior Ep worth League 8 pin j Senior I Three blocks North of University incorporate returned to. Jacksonville the first of the last forty two years. This alone proves The Stetson Glee Club will give Its Huyler's Candies ,
Epworth Le 8 80 mid-week week. his immense popularity. ,
pe p mi limits.
Good of the
location for concert season on Saturday '
I ,, prsyenneeting Wednesday: 7 80 p m. A building./ Satisfactory reasons for sell A party of the guests of The Melrose Dr. Wharton, the evangelist has evening; March 17th. School /
cordial invitation is extended to all One J:
I lag of
tbe beet
groves in DeLand. spent the day at Green been conducting Florida Souvenirs -.
these services. A. G Bumlln. Springs near successful revival Miss Pearl Spaulding, of Daytona, :
-e- Enterprise one day the latter part of meetings at the Baptist church during will come over to sing, and her many Toilet Requisites ')
the week. the present week! and speaking to large friends will be glad to hear her again. Watches Dr., Mellette's Remedies ;i
.. An entertainment will be given by and interested congregation Dr. Besides the Glee Club, there will be Clocks
Millinery Parlors the DeLand children at the Public Wharton Is a forceful, eloquent and male quartet members,, trios, vocal solos r;
(\ School Auditorium on March 20th. magnetic speaker, and his meetings will and Instrumental numbers. The Glee Jewelry,
V Don't miss it. r*_; result In great'good at DeLand. Yon Club will sing the celebrated Anvil Silverware,

Mrs. D. B., ,Hargreaves Mr. Saml Onerbacker and family caD' not hear him but you feel like chorus from Yerdi's opera "II Trova Cut Glass, .'>' ">r"'#:: ,
who have been nailing Mrs. H. M. living better and nobler tore,"' several f'
life to not patriotic selections and Optical 00 d., *
The New Early Spring Styles Austin returned to Louisville the latter live only for self but for your fellowman one or two old favorites. ""
in Fountain Pens ,Etc
part of the week. as welL The Glee Club Concerts have always ;. ;-

g ; \ Mr.Logan Stith who has been spending Mr. 'Cnmmlnga- succeeded Mr. been popular and the program offered NEXT '"
'l Trimmed Hats TO POST
several weeks DeLand visiting his Stetson as President of Stetson Hat Co., will be ahead of anything given before. OFFICE. V i
sisters and brother, return to the Kentucky and Mr. Elsassar, Exbontors of the Don't forget the datePatrlok'. ,.i >,,Nr; ,
* number"of home today. estate, arrived : Jay, Saturday :March 17. t ".I'''"
A' ,the very newest and ,most Monday' from Philaelphla University
Mr. J. M. Lnroley, who sold out his Anditorlnm.
,tt.lnspeot;: the
qt the
;i' v popular.styles. interest the drug business,will remainat Ntate here. They will Tickets will be on sale' at Fisher's and "i
keep all *
- 't t' : : ". DeLand and will prepare himself to interest here of the Stetson estate up and the Allen's drug stores-.. Mushy Machinery. .lompqfe 9.! :" r.
i THe highest;' grades of materials give. treatments In osteopathy.: will make occasional visits to DeLand For Hale.- : '

'''t : ire ,Mr.:Charles L. Roberts, whose familyare for this-purpose While In' .7 head saddle "
J Qbnhediflito'4the;.most, beautiful-anil ; the, city pomes, suitable for cow ;

';'\';..;. '.: ,! ..:,...... \>"......1'\1"",........ "'-:.....--_. be,. om01 Anns spending left Tuesday the season on a at"brief The business College Mr.they Elsoesar were guests has of lor'IIUIDJ"JMn;.The' College Arms. I gain.hunterswomen- and,children at a bar SAW for MILLS, ENGINES and BOILERS. Portable Outfit* m Specialty.<< .:Writ* ?p: '!

< > ,/' "uga t.-s. "' ... trip to New York re'lUI1Iaaf toda r.S Mr. Stetson's Philadelphia attorney.; ,been I I Taps.. L. Diner. I JACKSONVILLE Catalogue Bold on Easy Terms. :Cor.- ,"Ward'anl "Jefferson. I Btre* '
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All Run Down A ..... WUt. m Illirrorr. [ IJCIENTIEIC. orangegrowers have;
'stono'wlth roraarVnblu lilntory Is
!kept: nt the Drltlsli. uiivnl olHons In BttD\ BLOOD. DISEASE t discovered, by practical experiments
", In ,
f" < Portsmouth the fifties of the last set ,

..Js a. 'commo.n. expression navy.century The It suvod frigate/ a vosnol ra| o of ran the nnlioru qiircn's on have bout Every pt'o the'"body-is dependent on the blood for nourishment and that a plentiful supply of POTASH is

i : D"I hear the Japanese coast,'but was refloated parents and when from any cause this vital stream of life becomes impov .
we on every In what was thought to be an undamaged !IODle. or run-down; invites disease enter. No one can be well when the abundant

'side. Unless I there Is 'condition. It proceeded to Forts- and the is impure; they lack the energy that is natural with health, the com necessary to insure an yield, if

mouth nUll was docked< when It was Iwsona! } ( beconsKS pale and sallow the vital energies are at a low ebb, and they I I II

some organic trouble the condition found< that the stone hud (mbedded Itself from a general broken-down condition of health. The system is weak- :fine fruit. .-. C*
firmly In the planks of the ship's and unable to resist the diseases and disorders thaf constantly: assail .

:' 'tan doubtless be remedied.' bottom. The stone prevented leakage, Jnmes : it. The Liver and Kidneys failing to receive the proper stimulation and

and had It dropped from Its position to have from the blood grow inactive and dull, and the waste matters I Our reference books contain definite information
; Your doctor is .the best adviser. during tbe homeward run there la little height bodily impurities that should puss off through: these channels of nature '

Do not dose yourself with all doubt that the Pique would have been with Du / left in the system to pioduce Rheumatism, Catarrh. Sores and Ulcers 'valuable 'I
lost the I'o Diseases or some other blood disorder When the blood is in this weak- to every orange-grower_

kinds of advertised remedies- bin and diseased condition it should be treated. with a remedy that is not 1

\ Houiclnlosr Like nenjnmln. rjulrpd thorough but gentle in its action. S. S. S., a purely vegetable remedy to farmer in fact. Let us send themto
get his opinion. More\ than likely In a Philadelphia kindergarten school the of roots herbs and barks, is just what is needed. It not only cleanses every ,

a teacher was telling the little children blood of all impurities and poisons and enriches and strengthens it, but

;: I ""i, you need a concentrated fat food I all she knew about a clock. "Now: gently builds up the entire system by its fine you absolutely free of any cost or obliga

: ::1 1 this" she said< "Is the pendulum-this The lIr tonic effect. S. S. S. reinvigorates every member ,
to enrich blood and toneup
;II your thing that swings back and fortK Did bonk It ( S: S of the body gives tone and vigor to the blood

:,', the system. any ot ;yon ever hear the word pendu. n new ; r zi: : and as it goes to the different parts, carries ro- tion. .
':'JI! lum before" I hit ye 0 0 23 e bust health and strength. S. S. S. acts more
1 Address OBRAV" MALt
; ; A child put up her hand. "Yes, teacher .rnopthllr. : RELY VE GET AD L E. promptly and gives better results than any other NawVorll-OlNiunmJ Street. "n"'WORKS. OH. -ftH: So.Breed g p' Scott's Emulsion ," she eal.,. "Pendulum Franklin. "HIo. medIcine., It cures Rheumatism.: Catarrh. Sores .
I've board it often." I Ulcers, Skin Diseases and all other blood disorders and cures them per- .4uise.I i

I Our Medical Department will be glad to give advice.without

::1 of f Cod Liver "Oil"tt Providential. ]II j I I to all suffering with blood or skin diseases. Address fjr COAST LINE

Teacher-Now, I have explained' what m THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. lATLr

::' "providential" men nil, and I want some !: --_,_ ,__-__ .. .. n__ ______ _

is just such a food in its best form. of you to give me an Illustration. Tko wise FOR A FULL CROP OF FRUIT SCHEDULE- ,
l Bright Boy-Please, ma'am, I cau. j, I

I ) j It .will build up the weakened "Very well. What Is it?" The Use Painter's' Simon Pure Special No. 1 I: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, VirginiaI I
"Tbe holes In a porous plaster. Is
and wasted body when .11 North Carolina South Carolina
J:; "Hum! Why' ,

l' "When yeb pull th' plaster off to Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Follow- :C The
other foods fail to nourish. If You great Highway of Trael between I 1
I boles don't hurt"

J., you are run down or emaciated poor Food. lag At t ing: Tag. I Florida the East, West, North and South ';

''t. : give it a trial t I ij cannot hurt Scrlbbleton-Don't you think my newnovel w
I Convenient/ Sece/
Elegant Pullman
.j Equipment Magnificent/ / Dining Ca,. I
contains much food for thought!
[!;i ".t 'It t is the best t tr SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1
you. 'essentially Crltlcus-Ves, but It la. wretched!. tests $ New York and Florida Special

r possible nourishment for :delicate nk..1. MANUFACTURED BY l Route 0' the 'Dlxle Flyer"I.: ..

t 4 children and pale anaemic girls. I nsure with us. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COflPANY I Celebrated Tralnll I Montgomery Florida and West L. &:Indian N. Limited! I',

JACKSON VILE!, FLORIDA. Chicago and Florida Limited
We will send free. I
a sample
f you Now is the time.

Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing: Materialsand Chemicals. CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING
cash for losses. :I -
4; .1I' ._ :: Atlantic Coast Line thousand tulle '
And one tickets good over) fifteen
B .
that hlf
: lure picture U should be protected.R thousand miles of railroad all : : .
;' In the form of a I.hell. on GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. embracing portions of the South, on 1

II' 'I the wrapparof every bottle you Insured!? -- Ammonia, actual and potential, not lean than ..... . .. .... .. 2 per cent sale from at date all of principal agencies For at rate of 1-5: each. Limited to one year
Emubion : : D0iived from purchase. full complete and reliable information :
f i,01 you buy.J Sulphnte of Ararauniiu ,
Every company reliable. Notion Is Potash (l K 20)), water soluble, not loss than... .*....... . .... 18 per cent regarding rates schedules, Pullman service, etc., call on E. L. 1'owe, 1
SCOTT & BOWNE slcm'd Available Phospborlo Acid, not leas than . . .. . .. . 0 par cent :I Ticket Agent, DeLniuI, Fin.: or Write
Testament IiiHoluble/ J'hnsnhnrlo Aclil. not loss than... .... .. ..... I per cent i
J :: Chemists When) docs your policy expire!? on tbe KHIl \ Moisture lit 2U Fahrenheit, not exceeding ,. .. . .... a per cent :t: FRANK C. BOYLSTON, W. D. STARK, Traveling. Pass. AR't.t .
their filial : Chlorine not exceeding .. .. ...... ... . .. .. .... ..... ...... :t: !)Jlt. I'nss. Agt., 188! >V. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
409 Pearl Strait New York I"| jour policy in force!? iiKolui-r/ .., 'Tli19 Fertilizer la mad l from Sulphate ot Ammonia, SuipUiite of Potash and
r lee %
Dissolved Moneuluuk. v: W. J. CRAIG: ,
Telephone number sixteen. County }'
General Traflllo
Site. and "l. AD Druiulftf Florid i, Manager. I'nss. Traffic Manager,

I ( __ HON INSURANCE AGENCY ducb $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida __S I 't- :;.II'S'--\iIMo! __ M M-M' 'M' 1

',.;. .. .... will find Writs for Speciil Cish Discounts.
us at
'2 Moro StorY of tho Flc..... U : O. PAINTER Florida East Coast Railway.Local
."v': The le. II1.: of t'io.lloj.1'!' ( .. , i I la m: Colvs;) : This A JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.Bopd .

i "Wben tio! Tarty: days uml nlgfits; of .. Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9, 1906.

: rain came No: nml bin family! Rut Into u ,
:- box. One putt or eucli so.-t of blrJ! uiU Noll, e I Is 10UTH.SOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH.SOUND-READ UP.

;!\ p beast nlJo came In. Men. who were xnoil bus ,, '. r No. IIO'No.' SSIEo. StI No. l3 STATIONS N... '8'N.' 74 No. 98 No "II
'"? .busy with their-ordinary occupation.! : with Ibo I Lumber/ )\ DalIyl I 1)0117 tInily J'a1l7 J'7S Daily Daily Deily
testament I :
( ompa7y
and did enter
I not tbe box
$ were overtaken ,, 20 420 920 a S 00 a L".Jack.ollvlllo..Ar 7 ..
7 40
their dovoiopmeai-iiaIt a cent a I creditors \ I' I' .. 80.1' I' 7 40 a 40 a
............ ....... ......
Z! by the flood. TUo e who ran to cuolflu.J,4ng 4 28 P 928 a. .So JRrk..llvlllu..I.v 712! p..7 sa ..
.lIp.rMoD. ) Will and II ao II 40 10 jj\ .! U 06 a .......Sb. ,...... ". 820
prices from AIIIUOUII" 840
the mountains became monkeys; those 8/Blnol.ohl/ quote you DeLand with supply best you, their yard near the depotat ..........I'. I 019 u P II Jl H''.. ............I1".tllI.,............. 118U p..a I' P 0 80 4:1: a..7 40 s
;, who ran to the water fish. The China- the nnili I r '[ :; cypress and yellow pine 10 !IOI' .!!.! '19 4112 J-E.t. 1'.loLkn........ Lv .!ii p S 24 a 0 to a
.: man changed to a born bill. A woman dae nr tbe I : rt ; :: I IIllItetl. I Irp v Uti' b toiO Ar............ hlllllc... ............Lv Wbdj./ '. II W p Td ..TiS"
Lumber Flooring Ceiling ._p 1\ I 06 a 02Q a. Lv........... l'a""kIL ...........,Ar lOOp. 7COp 8611 a 706 a
f' who wai eating the fruit of a seawauJ ; : I Mouldings, ............ --ii-j; iii ,........... Ar........."SOlO Mi lco. ........,LvI.' 52 P TOiI-p ::::::::
f' and would not stop wan changed Into a A(I ml _SOOninSnst&aSOSaLv.)( .............Sn2lstc,,..........Ar 752D786n500.em.
,,;d; flh calleJ a rtujong; and her Hmba can =::::::: 'nirr-ji! :::::>::.:.. Lv............. e"8n..L '4411-; :.::::: 45 .
Shingles Laths Etc ............ 82 1',12, 10 I' '........... "........*.1I1IIInell..........,.. 4 89 '. 20 ......._
J till be seen under Its skin. Notice ....."..... 40 pIll! !26 P ....... ....... pOD t.............:: 4 89 In .._ .
I All Lumber and Fire Brick I ............ 21 1" ........ Jl (02 a .......Otnionil. 111>1..1........ ......... ............ I
0. NolIce< U ( Building Cement, etc., promptly delivered 11 80 I'..7 B4 1'126& ,,11 12 ............... Ormond ..........." p.p..4. 10 a 8 28 a
signed, anowhere In the city. 11 54) I' 46 I' 1011 1.11120. a. ............Tinytona> ." 87 a 8U .
ment of Dr. ... .'.......... 17 P 1 11PI" ....... ......... tort Orn""......".. 1111 a... ...
l CASTOR IA tho 2nd day --- -- --., -.. ---.-- 12 20 a _. ..!JI'Lp' It I I a Ar.l New: flmyrnn......... .! oi a 4"44" a
'. I' dnnl l \ idita 10 21 a 44ip Slip Ar......,.. Lake liolcuOraiiKeClly .........Lv i.24'i|1,12411 i ievr p 6V3 i
595 P
Tor Infants &r.d Children. WIlMums'Indian Pile with the Saw and Mills & 10ao a '080 .468 I'/ 4611 I' ...... ......... .13 W 1'1128.\l /549 I' 84 9 P
.,, will cure Wind, (!h'on' Planing Novelty Works 104 .'10411. II CO I' S 0) I "_"..rnnffe City Juncll'jn." 13 no ,P'UBO'' p._540... _p 5 4
t ESDr. / / < m 9"SO-I'TI6p118& L.......... ......_ .
) aud a boo -slap! TSp : T
The Kind You HJVS Always Bought I ItubsorbH the tumors Itchl.W Florldn, at r'I ............ eat, I' 213 pi........ ...........Oak Illll rlla............. 241 p .. !2a2s l21 .a
P uilayti the luitilnif once "acts at d aak 'for J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager. I 29 a 10 88 I' Ijp r..TI'u"'lIle............ a on p._a6B_ p..!..!! J B.!!....
Buna poultice, uivoa ItiHtant ulor. ( 'i-ad--. 9-SO-.......... ... ... !
Bears the / re Ar..s ,............. II'1IiI a II 20 "a .......... .
liof. Dr. WUHiims'JndlnnPileOlnt- .:xoolllor 1 E D ............"I.E! a I"20 .. L ..............Ban Tord.............. .U.. .!110 a.. !.80 a
Blornatore ment I prepared for Piles mid cw"rr"o'eI. \'*- of Dr. ,J. K. Tld hrierj I'; Y4i ifll- ...........,Tllusvllle............ArT Tt51 = .
P M-;
ot the .private purls. Every, box I la this 20tU LUM' SER ._-....... 11 17. 821 .. .............. Cocoa .............Lv 1 ill 00 .8 ,..
'. Bv druw-ftRtu by mutl on r. ) HOUGH _.... .. ... .......... .. "
c-Ipt nt'n.) 50 cent and tfl.OO. WILli'.ANUFAHURING M. ZI P 525 .Rorkl..IIl.H....... lilt &S ...._..... I
.. Dumb. CO.. Propn., clevelauUPV :::::::::: ii": cOot : n :..121 p. :: ::::.RocklcdKO......Kti* 'Gallis.Hotels.J ......_...... "'I I L21 4: C p..1. ? !. .":' ...::::::
Notice Flooring1, Siding Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moult.ling'.t WlndoV ant _..-....1212 a. 421 p... ..........M..lbollrn8..nn.. 12 Di 12 a..........
"Doctor don't you think that raw Framed, Newel Poets, Balusters Mantels Turned Porch Columns, etc. -_....... 12 8tJ a 460 .. ... ........... SebastIan ........,., Ii 50 p. p.. 117 a..........
oyster* are bealthyT'f 6O YEARS Notme. 18 \ for Groves and Pineries. mTCratea and Box: Material a specialty ,.420.........a. .1 200 411 a a .600 II 41 P....88 ."" ...................Fort.St.' Lnole.Pierce............,..... "C "10 9 lIS ............ .. 58 p........_

i "Ten. I never knew one to cow EXPERIENCE Ittiit'd/ taken for the erection of any kind of a building- 2 26 a 8 20 .P ............. Tlbballs .,........... .1022 .12111....,..1'10. 9 n 80 p .12....sa...._a
;1.i plain."-Baltimore Jewish Comment. nx WIII&r8. 29 a 8 24 .,........... .. ...............Eden: ............,, 10 18 ........ II 6S I' ....._
o. Fphruarv, i 1 DELAND FLORIDA. I SO a 8 29 p.......... ." .............Jensen w.,.......... 10 IS ,........."". 948 ....._
C -.2. a 6 ,...... Stuart .. ...... a.. \
: 0"iint. as :::::: I :: g: C ::::::::::. .::::..... ; ; 18 04 : : 57 pg.
; In tbe countries devoted to ancestor 'ulsbh'I I1 a 7 p.. Ilobe Bound ....:::::" bi a...:::::::::: cS p..:::::::::: .
worship tbe'Individual I of tbe present 'loildii 1 ,, nt Pipa littlragf Fin roofing Gu B8 a 721 .... ..,....\VtjBt Jupiter.\ ........ :: 811! .,.......8411 p... ....
oi 20 a 7 as p Ar. V estl'alm lleach.... 8 60 10 85
: does not count. Be loan not even exist on,1 link for a E i tering and : iy : : 50 a 8 St g & ro p Lv.:.:..... Palm: Meacli........LT 5 40 a a 10 8IJ -* : t= M gg g
Jhls 1 ECCLES spouting. Pump; e 117 a 800 a a 81 II 40 P ..... West Palm lieacb ?..Ar 8 16 a,1000 p 7 sa 1'1026 P
until after 1m Is dead. S 211 a U 59 .. .... '
: Boynton Lv 48
7 .
TRADEMARKS: repaired wells and tanks madt .--a...--,:::: ass a 008 g :.:: :' ..............JJelrny I ..:::::::....: itS : :::::::::::: II C.:::

COPYRIGHT DCSIQNS&0.Anyone to order. Repairing of all =:: : :g a a to 10 &: &.:.... :.:. "" ..........:.Fort........ I.n'ulcrcliile iJnnln.':' ,I .:,......::::::"" 0 6 4J ft ::1.::::: :::::. g g:: g :..:
Bending sketch and rtaacrtpttnnquick $ may _._.. 6 M a 10 20 P....... ...........Ilnllnnilalo.......... 6 SO a..7. 0.. .. .._
I ,,)? ascertain our' opinion, ,, true whetni an. Notice Is & Plumber. kinds- Satisfaction guaranteed. _......7 20 a 10 46' P ...... ........ Lemon City ......... 6 08 21 'I'"..." ..
: 1 $Invention la probably pitqntahle. ComunIca.tton.trletltonnodetInl. $80a7OaiOtu p7llpAr.. ............. Mlnml..r.\' ..0 .
HODGKIN'SWagon .ont Oldest .for HANDBOOK.ociiriiiirjinteiitfl., on Pntenta of April, A. : ) ............. 600 ......................... Lv ........MlHiul........., 'i JAr ..0...IO...... /| ..5 I'......sop........
c':3'u:free.': taken agency throutth Munit A'Co receive nude. to, lion. : next door: wast of bank. Indiana Avenue. ............1080 a........................... Ar I...... HomeNlcad f. J.. ............ ; 80 P p.'...........
C.eult -
without oTinnctf. latb Court
"j' n ollit rf ,, .. BnfTet Parlor Can on trains 23, 20,78. 74. Buffet Sleeping Car.on trains 85. DO.28,98.
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:: z:, : Shop, Scientific }Im rian. .nbn II 8: t Dally except aunday.

A hnnrHrtmoty (llnntnited .....kl'. nment olr-, th. llr hair :, ) CONDENSED' SCHEDULE BETWElliN: JACKRONVII.LEED ST. AUOU8TINBTrains

-; DeLAND, FLA. dual, :li.it, nf miy sclentlUo' fl. Sold Journal.by all I newmioalnrs.TeruiM. .,6 a reed the. Lawtof as (" : l JOhn 'B. a sourED 0USD ...' 23" n..-27-'* N. 2sf ".. iPi;;:=a7N; .. 8Oj'N.. 88 N.. 93 ''N".I
Stetson 0.11 j 0.11
i 1d1UNN N &O CO.seIeroadwa i ,, New York ; '1 bat the University Ditty Daily Daily: o.n, e..I\I n Ex M n D"n, Datiy Daily .0.11. tX,1Lv
'Everything Buggies 10 hold oltice (
Wagons, Carts ; '""'
Braucb uiBcii. tl261tt., Wnihlnmuii, ,)>.C. 'ii" '
; 2 ;; iO ; ;
'of said .lackuonvlue a Oo o t ii'j
eto., manufactured and repaired in m; I' s 800 I' 4 20 S !l0 e 80' 8 OIl P
Shop in the very best workmanship b ulnir, elected ArSt AugustIne. 9 00 .1000 .1080 a 210 !(,8e.Opi400pS. .!_. ... 80 J1 OlO! l' 980 1"1000 P

.! .>' known. Only firat-clasa men employed Notice to NonResidents.IN out he Duurd an DeLand, Florida. N ORTBBOVND N.. .... 70t'N.' i.. z N BiN.. 20t'No.' 88 No. 81 N& .
sod flrst-olaas work turned out I have : o.n I
I 74-1..0. E.. B n Ex. S Ol\II'\ 0.11, o.n, I.. n .
r" I .fitey added to iny plant a CIRCUIT COURT KEVESTH JUOItlAL 4 "P .1"'
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CIRCUIT OF FI.OKIDA, IN AFFLIIATED WITH THE: UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. L. St AUjfU.tJoe. 6 j P 82) p 12 10 j p II 10 40 aIiii 7 40 a to 7 611 .
AND KOR" VOL.U8IA COUNI'Y. IS Citation J..t.oovtll. p 10 p 7 RO pI I I 10 p1 12 10 1'12 40 p1740 a 8 40 9 !iOta 8 611 aS
OOLUOGE: OK LT BElt \.l A.B M-TUe sUi4a-di are those ul I the University ,,
J CHANCERY.; In the composed exclusively of Pullman or rnrlor C.r.an".I'.eat n>rewIil be charged.
: lorldu. by f'bloago. Stetson' uruj'mte. receive their ileiirePi from botb Stetson and t Cay coacheS operated on these trains oa ti blob no extra or foal fare I I.obarged. ,
Jacob B. Conrad'and Frank E. Bond) /(<'. .
vs > call itv. C('M>EOE OF LA.W-GrudJatct, ut this College are admitted to practice No. liS No. It:
Llxzlo Roes and John Roas.her husband Wbolede.V I In. Florid, 19 '; 18 N... II II'II
) Court for without 'r..Lizzie Ross and John Ross, her hus- the Will : t OOI.LEI1B OP TBCUVULUUr\ / < -Uaohanloil. ''Jlvll. Elvatrloal Enslneer'm' 001, Onl, D II II 7 811n. : D a Y Onl, D :II Y

bond: You are hereby required to appearto Payne, l.nOlt.Miuiinil. Tralalni. coursed loaJlnif to duicreea., fine.. now building costly. 00 I' 'I "i pTiF Tv... ....,1. 'kcjnvtltu. ... :::::Ar... 'TlT12so: pTj ::=
2 40 IO 840 8 .. .
olualA. p110 a P 54 a Ar..I.Hblr. IIr.ch. .
the B II Complaint tiled herein agaInst 'II)i cite and COLLEGE: Of BUSINESS -tank ug In. all its br mobe Book-keeping by 148 p 10 55 a 84& I' a 69 a ........AII..llc,. ilthwb....... a 0411 80 a.114/1 II 80/ a al 4.411 60 P .".'..''.'.__.H.
you In the above entitled emine on or before( .......... I'
inuthniU .
the. Tib d.iy of May A. D. 1UOO. Ind-ed and .. bulldlnr Klnntiva( courses opan In. 'other. dnpitrtments. Large faculty. and -800 fill 10. a 7 Co I' PI l't a .M.'port..L. 880.1180. 4RO 1' ,...........

: 'I, be Volusla County Record" I. hereby 27th a"d appear ( rilKlJ.vltTOHY.nliiMT; -nraduatea, prepared to e..ter Harvard PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
designated/ as the newspaper In whlcb this day ol 1'1'1<)ceton, Cornell, Mlchlvnn hIcgo. aol I ail nrst. .class oolloges .
four order oonllPputlve h.ill he published weeks.Witness once a week for I'ctlonu I i tIers. ni ta any.: .:' : I \ .NUUUAL' A.NU\ PBAliriUE, "HCFIOoL-lx Kindergarten In Its own build- Cloae/ Connectlaa Alida at Miami with Sfeamahlpi ot' (ht P, A 0. S. S.' Company for
bo : 2. rlmarv and Orammur, School. In separate building; This suuool
mv band and seal or office this granted aa espe-
prepare School tenohera. Havana West
:28lb day of I U. 100U. Witness my Key and Nassau. j
1' 'r.10{; b County MUdtU srnuot.-t! '1006000 pipe. onfia a dozen pianos, separate build. ,
lirire 'uoulir I of I
thorough o stud/ Three
Bv Hen Flub, Depnty Clerk. M)0 ART SCHOOL-New f..eJ:: :;n ily oasts, models etc",. Sailings Each Week.' !
JAS. W. PERK INS, Btotson has of sail Trains dIscharge passengers at ship's side. No 1
44 transfers
Solicitor 'for Complalna. .ha .. ../acuity,,, I...,,,.. profi'ssors 11.,.,.....1. V.1. Instructors.fl..tI. l'.lh.Thee hold t.l.degrees,:... I'I ThosaTimTabloshnwthotlrnMiit >
nf Penniylv.inln;'Uryn-M iwr, O i lukn-ll.' -llnlv'' :'r:';lty ot-Michigan; ;;,-Dennlson; ,;, I from IhenoTerM tatlona, but theIr arrival which or tulmrturn tnlnri. mar.at b''d thn 11m., Mated to. arrive I. nntanarantaod ci end. depart
J oibrr Universities.. There are over :f,t0),0) 0.00 In buildlniis and equipment; J Doris this Uompany I be hell responsible for anxunlayaar aayoaniaiiaanaos ai lilngIheretrom.For .
f I ii quarter million dollar. \ rmtowmpni :fim' endowed library of over 11,000 I I
I .; a beautiful chapel with poatly fiirnlabln'TS, Inoludln! stained gins I I Copy of the LOCAL TIM3 CARD or ,Other Information T" {
COLD TIRE SETTER I ., Toll paintings a f 10 QflOOOp): 'pe oririini. a Oymnasliim with compelS I I "SEE THE H
I ., an enoliis'd, Athlello Field! rnnnlnij, tea k, tnnuls courts, baseball I I ..TICKET Aa NT.1t '
.: Can 'set your "Tires without taking ro I ,, end gridiron, br ldas s vitamins, ifolf, rowing mid other nportsj; sepa J. D. RAHNBR. Asst. Qen'I Pass.'Agt.S': AUGUSTINE. FLA.
wheels from vehicle. .We take ont no I bulldlnK9 men and women; live large nritorles' for I'beroistry, l'bvsI I I .
1 bolts, rub no paint or barn your felloes MEN'' L I Bn"Ierl"loKY.lluerololr'. anti Mlology i "eral l (large museums, and whops; J .
with a hot tire. Come and see It work FOR I II hts. electric bailS, steam bant cement wit, KS, shell roads. broad avv I
f4 and you will never have yonr Tires set I ., spacious campus! shi nbburr and trees; rooln'', I Iterary and other students' I I
1 hot again. I b'uUfnlllnd; sknr lecture healthful rournet ant; Christian tbooxronsvii and not nr>seoturlnn- low. teaching. Tbo location I I Never Disanpoint-OlrPatiants. I

.the Thanking past ana; yon hoping for your a oontinnanrte patronage In In Read the name of our shoe ajain For catalogs, views, folders! and idol, ifa'lon' niMrem the President, II -W. FulfIll.Every Promlii and Nmr Mold Out "''" HaDes

I the future I remain."Soars "Riser's King That LINCOLN HULL V A. M., Ph., O. DeLand. Fla..HEflL WF CURE trlotar without th. knife orl>uii.l..D" arieem.l.'w.tboes
L name II pain u r detention from ........M| -... l,>o. Blood rolinn
i ur never to return, without
to serve was selected for a reason. m..o.' or mineral miaium J.o.. of .M.nrV
L .
rf' ) HOtXJKINS. ViSTorJ'o.ltlv.lrear.idl' ostl ial.a bus p.ru.emc
SCOTT [lit 'means Quality and Style. .Dr. IUu. 11.<11..,C...Ie.0 imsuteiloc.....al..d a.d.r lb.
lava of be 1a10 of Gooro'. 'or lbs 111I'DO .ad ....ef all
H The best shoe ever offered tlr ,7' .. mecvnecadeluoledle..s': : Dr. it. :K si. "' fecntm, of
j4mc ; Tn p VITALITY _4 .4 4 thlslnUetlen.t,' tbscbf.teeceultlg.pdlefjT' ,.. .tnga.el.t.4
a a stan of eminent pby.'al.a.0'.0.' ...
W. promptly oblula U. 8. and ForulKUor to consumers for $3.50. MIX"Iiuiwi voreaooeeela. tb.treatnutnlt o( hroalo dli,... ....._
sad;jreaM a Both medIcal 5,5 slectiteal! Cccl..
waB: : : : -
j XZ.XJB: : tb 4 :
23 Styles opemo..ar.sqsip.d eftb I
Different a I ISak.lValo 'redl. baiterI
The great Iron and toillo hill) and .. -
restorative for ies.X-royvtolea .
men and ayanl 1'1. .,
women, .yl. tao .
S produce .... ...... .. .r' .I..rtool
for all occasions, strength/ and vitality builds up the system and, renews the normal vigor \4; modern.rI. I. mere. to' .,.. .......pr.f.et.tn, Oursa.lsarflu 4
aced roifeal and _
brlnglnflrheultbaadiiapplncts.! 00 dose. non. CC
I box.-
; : in all popular IC thers, Box: IWIIIH/ .,'or."re will mail ". :nroy| wrapped on receipt a" a of For.a..by.lld..lflli.t.price. Itt.OOperHox.I SSS&XA SGSBilfS3&KESitlf\ .: :::' .: 'D8I.*..........._
o bozos for f. O.OOU ,Dr. Wotfs ChemIcal Co., CtevelsuKCobioT.For \ W. empior ne ..l.'!...1". ....>. to sees.. yaHeata..
ohoto of lunation >
Phramacy. tere
DVthIIjaNu.lO. Oo .
freer. oe iAti Poe fiw book, Etc. \ 10510. . irsatOsni S5 ag teen M 53
? ent Coifv ; per.eeIb.dlu-l..e.s, ladt534)aDd wsglv."ha liaR"
0 5Oi or a end ""Ola. .p.dtd.4 "m.

-, .II.k Yt1U" ,D.QI.,.. 1 PENNYROYAL'PILLS E I I ness They overcome irregularity.Weaic ana ,Iy DSTCffRCNct' I" CHRONIC. DISEASES. ; .:' I"-=rf,"=r: r::::
4 M.-C.fisec Co. r' ir'OUARREED1fihTh .. IUdn.. .tooI B."" ..... ,"'D"r... lI..alll.. .....
Mfrs. "
omissions inaraaae lte. .
Tljr- \ ::- '. ...... 0.,10., LOO... ....,. ..d.n P" ...,.
L : or .aDd'banlah "palm \ UlrTl.CUID. 4W maIi5nnI ,
: jfftlantaGeorgia.. ) ; roenstruatlou." N.:..u\'h'a .=. ,'i.'orrb; rJf:.
I v ,.J They are LIFE SAVJ2Ua. to ri.la. ) at N. IC. Limes .
ICINQ. M. Q. CbroDlo & = :
DRAD'SIlOES.: DIe.a..s 0' Women .J,
UELD. ; WOmanbood..ldlul. development of..organs and bod jr. No V.oMaNI DI"O.r .11.a as es.
i Pmamia sal seaS .
j u51.iam.
3 \l known reiDedyi for women equals them. Cannot do W rm-. MI.y we5llfl., OOedtIIe.' ..05 w0.s.
it.h': .., harm-life yo". 11,55 sr eIo er ""'I. .. ,On pequssi WS
y\\_ .H. '. becomes .jpleamira. Al.OO) PER BOX 11V MAIL. Sold '- coast' ,yes our literal.,.. .eIodlag. eypw...Iaxgi. I.,...... ,,coso ..
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