The Volusia County record
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 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00116
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Professional Carts. l ALL OVER THE COUNTY" I bridal trip via St Angnstlne and Port I r

1 ... Tampa to Havana where several weeks

JAMES W. PERKINS. .. will be passed enjoying; the beauty and

. .l. TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO tropical scenery of the.Queen of the An-

ATTORNEY and UNSELOR-AT- THE ItECOIlU;OFFICE BY ITS tilles. The best wishes for their happiness McELROY'SWHITE H

LAW, CORKESl'ON DENTS. and prosperity are extened by a ,

_:- Florida. -- host of friends. On their return they
Pierson. will be at home to friends at the Captain'
Will Practice in State and FederalS
Courts line Euuporla home. A* the handsome -

groom and his lovely bride boarded
for Infants and Children.The Sunday last the dark clouds burst into -
i STEWART &; BLY, the steamer a friend yoked in two
tears and we got a right smart dipper. ,
Kind You Have Bought has borne the signature snap shots for friends here and In New
1 I ATTORNEYslATLAW.Offloe Always Little Stella Horn Is nursing cut leg Ro 1r.
j of Chaa. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
C tha result of a frollo with an ax Thurs LAWN WAISTSIndispensable

Branch office overPostofflce.D A Y'l'ON A to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Justasgool" day.A Orange City.
I L few princes of the earth here the "
are but Experiments, and endanger the
Bert-Flab worthy tillera of soil are done plantingcorn. to the summerS
K Cary D. Landta health of Children-Experience against Experiment. Mrs Dnnlap and Mrs Palmer entertained

I LANDIS & FISH ladies wardrobe Fresh Sheer Fine
some elderly on Tuesday.The
The Kind You Have Always Bought Mrs S T Smith and little son of Glen- ,
I ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Heebners will entertain at Fountain -
wood made visiting trip to this place and well proportioned. Deftly
, AT-LAW, Bears the Signature of Saturday Lake on Saturday at a Shamrock

I I I DeLand-, Florida. Prof A 0 Botts, a school teacher of !I Party. made. '

I Will Practice In State and Federal wide experience visited his sick fatherat Mr and Mrs Francisco and daughter

I, Special. facilities Courts.for examining- and this place Saturday.Mrs from Trues.Kansas are! recent arrivals at The At $1.00 tucked front, Embroidery inserting ..

: perfecting land titles I .. C G Wiggins and children of panel tucked cuffs.

I Lafayette county are here on a short Major; Brenna is getting up a boat

: (:,. J L. McCRORY, In Use For Over 30 Years.Improved outing with her parents S E Smith and ride on the river to come off on the 28th At $1.75 1 yoke of tucks and lace inser-

...... ... of this month.
I TNO .ONT." .0. TO MU. .T..T. NO.T.U .T' wife. ting tucked back lace inserting collar
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Monday Afternoon Whist
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. The Hagatrotn brothers Fred and tucked cuffs.
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Club, Capt Clark and Mrs S M Morse
Carl, polished finishers, have added thetip'
Train Service Via Atlantic FUNERAL OF DR. MOORE. made the highest scoies.
DeLand, Florida. of completion to the handsome N L Phone 17. DeLand, Fla.

Coast Line. Pierson residence. Mr and Mrs Terwlllager, nee Nellie

Silu B. Wright, S. B. Wright Jr. Leavltt,of Banford, were here last weekon
BRIGHT & WRIGUT.ATTORNEYSAT.LLW. The Atlantic Coast Line and its connections Harry Harper the hairspring fisher
He Was a Much-Loved Man- a visit to her grandmother, Mr.
are now operating solid through and Hire in Ashley of West Pierson .
Leavitt. -- -- --- ---------
trains from Jacksonville to Atlanta via went to the Drndy Lake Thursday forfish here two last week with his brother to, and to Interpret the law. 'If
Tifton und Mnvon with Rev. Watson's Eulogy. Mr days therll'ht
NOTARIES PUBLIC Waycrons Paige; cousin of Mrs Brenna wife
and came borne with 26 fine perch .
review in
Mr W T Walter to not given It would
through conches to Nanhvllle, and Pullman
Office at Telegraph Office. Buffet Sleeping Curs to St Louis (Geneva! N Y, Dally Times) and tront. and daughter and Mrs. Fletcher were simply mean making the commissionat
FLORID entertained at the Orange City Hotel at Mess Mayo Butler and Seymore once into a little Congress, a court,
DELAND, and Chicago The funeral of Who said Web Powell
the Rev David the horse
Graves from Sanford and executive all in
came over Sunday an body, one.
dinner by Maj and Mrs Brenna Friday.Mr
Trains leave Jacksonville via Atlantic D. D. the well known ;
Moore retired trader was gone np the spout. He to see the borne folk. This is not in keeping with the spiritof
J E. ALEXANDER, Coast Line daily at 000: PIlI, "and Baptist divine who died Monday was here several times last week a and Mrs W D Gray. who own the the Constitution, they add, since it,
arrived Tifton 1 23 AI! Macon 4 40 morning, took place this morning from Mr L C .Paschal and wife of Gainesville has
"J : : pretty home on Voluua Ave, left Tues always aimed to keep all these
his home at No. 57 High street. Long bitting the blind baggage of his timing/ Ala. returned home last week
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. A M, Atlanfa 7:/BO A !M, Chattanooga day for their Northern home. They powers separate. And, finally, they
1-1(5: ( P M, Nashville 6:1111: P M. Evens. before o'clock the-hour set down two-horse road apparatus after visiting relatives here for two say that If we are going to take the
Office in Brush Block. villa 1:25 A M. St Louis '7:08: A M for the service the friends of the deceased W U McLendon, a well seasoned have rented their place to two ladled for weeks. right of review away from the
and Chicago 0:80 A M began to arrive and at the the summer. courts and give the
DeLand, Florida. time the service commenced the home citizen of West Pierson. sold ont his Lieutenant H S Butler of the U S rate-making-
Will Practice In State and Federal Good connections are mvJe at Jacksonville and Mrs Brenna entertained at visited relatives. and friends here' er unguarded to a political body, we
was Ulled to the doors The principal business on :Black Water and moved Major; Army are going back about two hundred
from all Florida thus
Court affording the quickest and points most convenient remarks at the service were made back to his property here last week: dinner at the Orange City Hotel Mr recently. Mr Butler was reared here years to those conditions which made

G. A. DAVIS service from this territory to by Itev. David R. Watson, a retired Will la a tremendous worker. and-Mra A Sterling, of Wilkes Barre, and him.his many friends were glad to see rule unbearable.The .
Baptist minister of the
:DR.: city.
the West Pa. They spending the winter at The flphtover/: this oolnt promises to
WATSON'S Our exchange here Friday: Dr E A S.I I
MR. EULOGY be the main issue and, although the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON For farther information nee ticket College Arms.
agent or, "Consult the Purple Folder "We are here this morning to man Fogeldtrom and family departed by way Shall We Abolish Courts radicals put up a hold front, It is be-
I DELAND FLORIDA. ifest our regard for one whom we of !Mobile Ala. ,for. their Omaha Neb Mr Will Tylandpr, with wife and lieved that the right of court review'

Office Court at residence House., Indiana avenue Atlantic Coast Line Railroad deeply loved, and to show our last home; M J McLendon left for DeLand, child arrived here Saturday on a visit Washington D.'0. March 12 -What will prevail In the end.
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tribute of respect to a faithful servantof Shepherd Hughes of Orange City, to AIrs Bengtson. Will returned home promises to be the biggest legislative a. .
Office Hours: 9 to 13. 3 to 4, and 7 to 8.MRS. Christ an honored citizen, neighborand
to Augusta.---,-Ga. friend. We are not come to be. William L Howes of Jacksonville andS Tuesday leading Mrs Tvlander and fight ot the season seems likely to CAST OF CHAUACTEKS
this week over the question of
VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. The only through Pullman car to stow fulsome praise, or unmeaning T Smith of Glenwood were arrivalsto child for a longer stay. rate come regulation that is, over one ,

Angnsta. Ga leaves Jacksonville 8:53 extravagant eulogy. That would be this fair dimple. Mrs Bust, Miss Strange, accompanied phase of' it. 'Ihia is the question of I
A M daily via Atlantic Count. Line distasteful to him, as It would be unwelcome by Mr and Mrs Thomas and daughter of the right of the courts to review In In Play at High School Auditorium
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. and arrives at Augusta at 5:43 PIll. to his kindred and loved ones Miss Margaret Montgomery of Em. full the of March 20th.
acts a rate-making commission
affording! daylight service between the But we come to lay a few /flowers on porium Penn and Miss Janetts Mo- Miss Shirley Thomas, returned from and on this point sentiment

Office on Eadt New York Avenue two points Dining Car between Jacksonville his casket, and mingle our tears with Bride of Vianho Georgia beautiful Jacksonville last week. The Thomas 'seems to be divided. Some of them The following are the cast of character .

_DELAND. FLORIDA._ and Yamassee for breakfast and those who loved him most and best young ladies, visited Mr and Mrs JakeHarpel' family are from Indianapolis, Ind, and known as the radicals want to give for two farces and a black face

Innch "Quietly betook departure fromus. from are guests of Mrs Rn t. the rate making power to the Commission medley to be given by the children at
[D' A. 8. MUNSON, Evening train. from all South Florida In the early morning hour he at this place Einporia Friday Mr and without any safeguards at all
Mr\ and also
Mrs J H Gill
points make direct connection at Jacksonville fell asleep. During his last brief sickness and the handsome wife of Dr Leon and to let it nx rates without any appeal the Public School Auditorium, March,

affording the quickest and best the lingering hours were made B Felt spent Saturday night with that Mrs Wood, guests of the Orange City to the courts either for shippersor 20th.

: IOMEOPATHIOPlIYSICIAN. service between Florida and Augusta glad b; the constant care and loving sweet entertainer also Hotel left on Monday for Daytona and railroads who are dissatisfied. They "FOUND IN A FOITB-WHEELER."
For further information see Ticke companionship of his wife and children thence on North. They will be missed would make the Commission all-powr.
Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug and the frequent visits of cber- Ibelond and orders that it Mr Ud'ilpho Elollowny rjril R Rappemett"
Agent, or tongue chewing gnashing he full and its dual so
Store. writeFRANK Mr' Gill was the life of the hotel as Joe URpaue.... .... Carl I Miller
Iphed He and
friends. had smile kind
U BOYLSTON a of teeth because of the vulgar love would decide the commercial growth Mrs. llollowi'. ,H's' Annie .
OFFICEHOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3to5 always kept things moving. Udolpbo A Ik' "
word for all who called and who .
District Passenger" Agent.Jaoksonville never of cities and localities. The men Mllly ... Mlei Mai garet Watts
and 7 to 8 m. sweetheart dropped letter a fortnight
p. during all his sickness was he Impatient do this to forget that In
Mr Didcodt and Mr Longnecker went want to seem
Florida. Fla "TH i Ii D A RKEY WOOD 5ELLER.\! "
DeLand uttered word of Friday in new winkey and petticoat
nor one com- ago the past when the courts have bad the
and Mr D shot
H. M Emerson, General Traffic Mgr hunting on Tuesday an
plaintDR street, ward 5, baa abont flickered out right of review, they have found the lieaonn Derby flanker..Joseph A lion
W. J. Craig Passenger Traffic Mgr alligator in Cyn Wyd Lake near Twin In Mr, Jubwiiui Clevamlulu, ... Wil. I'liga,
MOORE'S CHRISTIAN CHARACTER. through the hatchway, back by route of Commission wrong over ninety per .
R. JOHN REEVE )Irs. liurby Decker .MIK" Iljzd Wood
[) Oaks, six feet and four inches in length. cent of the cases appealed.
"Dr. Moore was a noble type ol the down hearted hammock. Now only
FIVE SUPERB TRAINS DAILY. Christian character, He was a man Quite a crowd gathered on Lemon Ave Of course the courts would have the "TilE BL/UTK/ FACE; MKDLKY."
the low the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, of decided convictions, fearless and muttering cry against to see tbs eight in the afternoon.Mr right to review a case to determine Miss Amanda Ann Peeler.MUg Edna Mo'rls
Three to the East and Two to the Vest faithful in the interpretation oi the muster roll night walking manipulators whether the roads or the shippers had Miss: Pouchy MIIJT Flower. isis. M Watts

I Office In store recently occupied by via Atlantic oat Line. Word. There was no mistaking theol- of writing percils and pens and ink is Chaa Larned and Air James been deprived of their constitutional Miss lt.isle| Lee Day Miss Annie Atkinson

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West S New York and Florida Special leaves ogy and he was always! a safe spiritual heard fluttering Lamed, accompanied by Dr Robinson, rights but unless the power Is MB| .Innle Pinker" 'M Da Flutter, ...JII Mtm IN' U PiirdonMIHS
Tompklna E. II blard
New York Ave.DeLand Jacksonvilla 12:50 pin daily ex. Sunday; guide and leader. He was a man who made DeLand a visit last Saturday.The specifically given they cannot go any Miss Tnp K btvpper.. Miss Annie OnvlMMUD
Florida. Florida and West Indiana Limited hated shams, as be himself lived and A delightful Cede family union picnic Boston gentlemen were very much further and decide whether anyone Xulllo y Bl Kle ..:.Ml a Lout:: ,, Wa: ta
leaves, .Jacksonville 8:55 am daily; New acted an he believed, so he wanted, and fish fry was spread at Volnsla land- has been deprived of his legal rights! lit,. Nancy Sm.illpli-l..Miss? K. Bushmill
with DeLand the University,
York Express; leaves Jacksonville 0:uo every professing Christian to do likewise ing on the St Johns River last Saturdayin pleased or whether a ruling of the Commis- Miss HunrletU Dinytop..Mu. K Units
am daily; Chicago and Florida Limited He was above hypocrisy. lie The College Arms and other nice buildings eon U fair. Miss Susan Yatei........Miss Stella Bolts,
D' H. D. BRACEY, leaves Jacksonville 9:80: am daily; Dixie looked upon a profession of religionas honor of Mrs Nella Durroh of Missouri. its shelled streets, etc.bir The conservative argue that no Mr .lebonitb tlovFndl! ...... Will 1'agp

Flyer leaves Jacksonville 0:00 pm daily meaning much more than joining' a The attendance reports an enjoyable body ought to object to letting the Mr Rufus:: Maybee.. .. .:William 'llylnndMr
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Mullet. SFr
] and Mrs Hartzel of Allentown IMvnl I Cnrl Miller
DENTIST. Through sleeping cars to New York church. He considered that it carried ; time with an elegant spread of courts review the acts of tbe Commission Rrtvftl Pompny'' ...Rmiftle liUHbnell
S .. Chicago and St. Louis, also new sleepingcar with it a full surrender of the soul to abundance appetizing choice chuck. It Pa., arrived last week and remained for any more than any other cases. Mr. Hunter Johnson., ...Cyril R. IfnppersPtt

Office second story McLaurlne Block. service to Angustn Ga leaving God, and a consecration of the activities to that one week as guests of the Orange City since the courts are meant to appeal Mr. Rnstus Nlicbtangala... Uhiis. Allen .
was given complimentary accomplished -
8 55 For Pullman .
Jacksonville at : a m to unselfish service. for the
Hotel They left on Wednesday
DeLanrt Florida. talented Southern bred
reservations and inforinasion write lady -
"Of his life and work here In GenevaI
and the St Johns
FRANK C BOYLSTON, need not sp ak. It Is an open book from St Louis, the sister of Mrs C II North via Enterprise .

District Passenger Agent. Jacksonville and you who know him best have nothing CaJe of this plaoe. River. They were accompanied as rar
WOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT and Fla but respect and admiration for as Enterprise by Mrs Bechtel and Miss
$I V VESTMENT CO. I Mr S W Bishop woodman for Baker Lid. Htulth. ,
him, who did the work and lived his *
J e, For Sale. life so well. Yet if he could speak & Price Naval. Store Company of
D. Landls. Mrs Jasper' Kepler and niece Mrs
Bert Fish, Cary 'today with that humility and self Bakersbnrg has resigned his charge

President Sec'y and Treas. An old bearing orange grove, 80 acres abasement, characteristic of him, he and moved to Romeo Flit and Mr' C W Hnnner of Ean Claire, Wis., Mr' and

of land, about 20 in grove, budded to was the most dissatisfied with it lIrsVln Newton of Cortland, N Y,
Abstract furnished and titles perfect. Brown, who was identified with the
the best varieties such as Enterprise I
Socially he was a most delightful who spend their wlters at The College Rp1L*
ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup- Seedless, Starke's Favorite China. Morrison & Byrd business at Turpentine
friend and companion, always genial, i Arms, also Mrs John Lyman and Mr'
plied. grapefruit and tangerine: Figs/ mulberry entertaining unselfish, thinking more City, has taken. Bishop' place with
Opposite Volusls County and Mrs Claire Chamberlain ot Eau
DELAND. FLORIDA. peach, pear and plumb trees of the comfort and pleasure of hid Baker & Price and moved to that place I
House of 10 rooms and barn. 2 miles friends than of himself. He had a Claire WIs. were' at Mrs Fred Finney'sto
Wednesday last. Both'ot these wood I
east of Stetson University, t mile from
warm sympathetic heart and it was luncheon on Wednesday.
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF Aquatic Clnb grounds. One of the I easy found when help was needed. No men are brave, watchful warriors of c5 .
CITY attended
oldest most desirable and best paying one was more willing to render a kind. the bone yard cavalry. in tnrpentlne Quite a large company flflq

groves around DeLand. Apply to ly service than be, and frequently even woods without any telescope.Mr Euchre Club Tuesday evening/ ; Mrs .1

E. H. HAYWARD MRS. H. M. AUSTIN. when unsolicited. Many a family and Pattengill won the tint prize for ladies 1

------ -- -- person In Geneva and elsewhere can F P Harman, a wholesale dry and Mr Pattpngill for gentlemen. Mrs %
Agency of the leadin" Fare Insurance bear testimony to his ministries of goods: merchant and prince of good received handkerchiefbox Powders 1-
Pattengill a nice
Company of America-The Aetna. Thousand Have Kidney Trouble love In temporal and spiritual things.
fellow. of Vn old friendof
Lynchbnrg an and Mr Pattengill ash tray. IIll sHall
City property a Specialty.No
Always thoughtful sympathetic 1't
and Don't Know It.Bow (
Dr and Mrs Kerr of / .
803. Boulevard DeLand Fla. tender he went about doing good. He George Alhambra received a pielty cup and saucer S

TO Find Oat. was the first man who took me by the Grove, spent a good portion of last weekat and Maj; KIngman a white rabbit as .'

Fill a bottle or common glass with your hand here when ten years ago I came that ideal nook among the thriving consolation prizes. The pjizes were .
; water and let It stand twenty-four. hours; a to Geneva looking for a home, and North Lake ,,4
trees Villa. Dr
V, H. VOORHIS sediment or settling ever since I have found him the same orange on presented by the President. Mrs Rust. "Pure

S Indicates an staunch, true faithful friend. Kerr took his guest to several places of The Book Social given in the Hall by Absolutely

Dentist unhealthy condition "You, his neighbors, will miss him. interest to turpentine! distilleries, explored Mr Fullerton Monday evening, was a >',
of the kidneys lived the Lake George hammock then '
Tblrty year he had on this
Gross Block DeLa.rid'Fla.. : If It stains street You will be lonely not to see visited the orange king of the north end very pleasant affair. The first boar was A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER ,I
S S your linen It Is spent In social chats and guessing; the
8.80 to 19 and LBOtO4 his well known form oasslng your J P Felt took look
,A Hoars: : evidence of kid- homes again. Geneva will miss him Major; a at his hand latter part of the evening was devoted

ney trouble; too for i as a citizen he was always respected some packing house, beautiful home and to music and speech malting by states.
It makes
r frequent desire to tor his public spirit and for his famous acre orange )grove. Major Brenna distinguished himself by the most deIicious'S' ;
pass it or In ;
his excellent traits of character
[)R. O. R. HUNTER the back Cain I lso He many always took a lively Interest in Capt Peter Pierson, one of oar enterprising : his, representation of Connecticut in S

convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder everything that looked to the welfare ,,well informed tiller. of the soil I colloulttl times and Mr Markham rep and healthful hot breads 4'
Homoeoah lc. Austrian Drug are out of order. and to date fruit and ,
and betterment ot this city of bis up vegetable resented New York In a very witty I.,
28 years prrf Ice New: York City, Located What to Do. adoption, The churches will miss h'm' growers Is having a large commodious :
There Is which was highly appreciatedby
comfort speech
In the
113 Indiana Ave.; 2nd door east often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's knowledge Swamp-so for he was a friend and I might say apastor vine and flower green house errected on the audience. biscuit. and 'cake
to all of them. Ever welcomeIn
.' of Lumley' Drug Store. Office hours: Root. the great kidney remedy fulfill every their pulpits and In the homes of his handsome thrifty vineyard place 1 I I III !. A

8.30 to 10 am. L30to3 and '7 to 8 pm. wish In curing rheumatism pain In the the membership. Often called In by The house i Is 90 feet. long by 60 wide and 'f

bock kidneys, liver bladder and every part and when their Osteen.Mr FREE FROM ALUM. LIME OR PHOSPHATIC
bereavement. ,
of the urinary It corrects pastors 89 high and is a sore pop headline ACID .,
W. C. CANNONS'Lherj passage. Inability were out of town, to administer to
to hold water and warmer. Carpenter* Arthur Bennett I ,'
scalding pain In passing i Si
the I ..Icle'and officiate at the last

Feed] and Sale Stables.\ It wine. or or bad beer slfeots, and overcomes following that use unpleasant of liquor service. ot the dead.." and who S Oscar know W how Baker to of pat West theory Pierson, into, i day. b G Monroe visited DeLand. Mon. :S* *- -*. *, * I. if

Fine Fashionable Turnouts necessity of being compelled to go often Miss. Berths. Brooke visited Enterprise S ''), f.
during the day. and to j practice.are! doing the building. assistedby : :
% Bui mmU all trains A. C. L.. Depot the night. The get mild up and many the extraordinary timesduring other. dutiful feel pen. the first of this week. Alum baking powders aretrnhealtiifuls, Do not use'them forT| .'.;

Hsi ks a,..t ornlnft end ,nfternoou, IT B. effect of food underany circumstancesj. detrimental ,
Swamp-Root Is DeLand Sun alunit'*Jlj :
C. By trains at Orange C'l'r, and nluht soon It was a beautiful occasion at which Mr K B Osteen went to are
trains at IX Land Ju etlon. U 8 Mill realized. stands the highest for lie wonderful day returning Tuesday. baking powders considered that in moat.foreign countries '
.. cures' of the most distressing cases.if Tutt'sPillsThis Iwo soul were made one at the home of theirty( t- .
both rouUs. Usoks meat "b .ts si B mf rd.
Geatle horses and cart-till drivers. you need a medicine you should nave the Rev Wot Stone at Palatka Wednesday I I Mr' Zack Batton and Lottie Leonardy saleis, prohibited.,, ,la many States In this, country' thrJaw'compel -, oJ1f <-

Phone 3. -, DeLjind, pla.M best.You Sold by)"have druggists a In 15Oa.bottle and$1 of. sizes.this evening. :March '7, when Mis Fannie are visiting friend at Crandal. .,alum powders'to,be branded \to.show"that ',th y."contaiti! cot'%$a' ,

may sample popular remedy never falls to, Usurer Now York was made the Mlas Alma Brooke has returned home while > .. "
.M > this dangerous add f In the Districtof:
wonderful discovery Ctumbla Congr s \'it ilj" .
1? Fait Year Property. and a book I that tells ,II, effectually cur ,: !,* _, happy',wife ot Capl J J' Beer of Emporla after spending a,month in DeLand., ?
Dyspepsia Constipation, Sick th prohibited the sale of all foodthat contansalum4lt: : "' ..:r
more about It,both sent solemn Impresiva ceremony ltec1h.oI"oIl1l11tu' : ) :
rsS C.filckson of May town .I
The open season wilt be bar November absolutely free Irymslli, I Headache Billousuess4AndALLD1SUASEarIsII1tfrOIwM1 ;! In. ,Alum baking powders,are,'sold.ti conieviatfrdnicents !1M( :'."
pnrfyrmed byStoj
,, the. presence Mn'- :I N Allman this .", I, ,
for and 'I\\
first shooting quail bunting, Address Drr \Khmer St : ;. I .
g'' w s..ps.oa I
| of select circle of friends after which "
a ; 'wefckt a pound to 25 ounces:tto.aS cent fw'assents''* $ lf. '
and will continue thronth.th, ,.winterf Co., Binghamton N.Y.;Whan writing-men- Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion ?. ;. ,:: ,

.- Yon sUonld poet yonr'' property If 70Q'wIsh lion reading.this\ (Onerous otter la this paper. S 1 The lutararreratt l I.tows'appetitemlsolidnosh. came untied the shower y/'conple.of congratulations"'followed 'by ex1 1|1 I 'Mr.WyB: ,bonr[,.f''Monia
"" to keep partlee'froui'ttwipusstngrAlso IWn't make any mistakebut remember '. .. eM..II.pate. refreshment\ sprtniljna 801D."lDe.wit.: .. .-'!his sea'MrZaok .prices "'c, .I I ;(1 .y 'lh"$ ,f"r{\ .'1 "' Jy. \211'.) .
in old .
< ...and tosw.Uow.Taka.NoSubstituto. choice served grand SS .5 S w"f' ...
l puss your gray and truck farms. th v name Swamp-Boot. Dr. Kll- S 1)1') "aarcCOll. easy BattaoC .
Von can get treepeae:..notice .M.UaIe, Mer's Swam -Root, and the address ... 'I. h.'? ne.....!TI'; : gr.daz.,JD.C.r.9IJ1ir..J.1I! DeLaJid"wai -. ; ,104hIufl) : t4
0 pi**) OI cloth. I Bin ,; INY 011 every batt I". traveling ooatame, they departed on a| Mr_ Robert Waiter of. ->:>' 'i ;

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:! COUNTY RECORD.! Quite a touching fcermoh might DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE One Two Representative Jutljce of the in Supreme Congres Court ''lff much- ibme deslr improvement to nee made before that I turning very ; J

fA.. be.written on the text, "Be sure for term of six year the office over to my successor

your sins will find you out". COMMITTEE MEETING Two Railroad Commissioner such a* tbe purchasing of dictionaries
charts and
One State Senator. maps painting repairing
EnUrd U tile Pasnto 'at DeLMid (1*.. placing the action of the piece ill Two member of House of Representatives. school buildings etc. Our schools

.s.-.4.w... ..sLtr.r the field of the present post-office open for tbe next year's work in Sep F'j-

FORMAL OPENING YOLUSIA CAMPAJGH. One County Assessor of Taxes. .j tember and October and I believe I
trials. There has been quite al
0. E. FBETATT Editor Preartetor. One Tax Collector.One ] I I that by January my successor who '
: measurable degree of housecleaning --- County Superintendent of Public would" ] be elected at the November

I'" in connection with the Business Session Held at CourtHouse Instruction. ,,j election survivor of the One Clerk Criminal Court of Re- the'Work.
Another pole post office up to date. There Monday Afternoon. cord. ''. -"It as my desire and intention that

", Caster: :MasMcre has just died. have been forty three indictments One County Treasurer. tbe people of the county may select LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE. 'FCBNlnitnre ;;t

.'T' conviction for Senator:! Same Benign a. Chairmanand One Supervisor of Registration.One ray successor at the November eJection A and Everything for your home the B+*t suit Latest in tit
I It looks as though there were a arid six and HOD.: ,County Surveyor.Five and it is with that end in view tbe Market! and our prices are as LOW.AS POSSIBLE for the .k1I
short circuit somewhere in the fraud and conspiracy, the las Member of Committee County Commissioner also that I ask that my resignationtake fine clans of Good we carry. ,hour Furniture Department: in Ihrw IIRt.
that of W. 8. Tbayler Elected! as the New: Three cumbers of the County effect January t, 1907. But ii doors north of our flarclwarefitore, and '" ben in need anything III M.
Ownership being George Beavers Board of Public Instruction. your Excellency should consider that ,
; Municipal
J'" Chicago: for In Accordance _ip oar lines we will take pleasure in showing you through eitbe. departtnent. .ftI
of the ealarie Chalrmao-Call Primary The respective candidates to be voted there not be filled at
. : the former chief 1 is a vacancy to nc. We have tile goods you need ami will satisfy yon or your IRL
: program. division all with State: Call-Precinct for at said primary. election in. the November election I should be money back. Iif. '
f : and allowances said J tvunty are hereby assessed as /ol- 1 glad to change the date at which!: my }

1". :, If the process servers really round good fellow and mixer, Oommltteemen to Name Inspector lows: resignation is to take effect to No- I Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. ItJ

\ ," want to find John'hey D. Itockefeller who has exchanged the poat- The Chairman and Secretary to be Candidate for Slate Senator. $18. vember f, 1906.
"L just Candidates for member of the j "1 beg to remain UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. I
t /$' ought to try cornering the midnight fare of the Raleigh CitmpaljTn CommitteeBeslnenationof House of Representatives, $i& Yours obediently J .

r" kerosene market; Hotel for the more restricted Scbool Superintendent Fish. I Candidate for County Assessor oi BERT FISL'Owing Mr J. A. Stith, a graduateof t1Jf
one of tbe finest EmbalmingSchools
Taxes $100.Candidates .
, County Executive --
The Democratic:
of the Penitentiary. But I of the i
dietary for Tax Collector. $100. country in
to the Spring Term of Votu81a
I doe. not know Committee of Voln l county met at und
The tourist Candidate. for Superintendent of id charge of tins department
there are about a score of trial Circuit Court convening! ; the ..enondMondsy.
:: what he misses if i. not in Florida toe court house last Monday' afternoon Public Instruction, $50. in April, the day preceding th o fL! will (five prompt and careful \
f still to come, and the moral they for the purpose of waking the forum} Candidates for County Treasurer regular April term of the Mu nl ; attention to every detail of this

. to enjoy the superb April point mil be mighty wholesome cull for the !May primary and to arrange $$o. Court of ItveorA. the latter court term work.

and May weather. and conduct of soM Candidates for Supervisor of Registration bus been postponed to Tuesday. April
I f I to anyone in the future who has for the campaign: $9.Candidates. 24th Witnesses and' others interestedcan I ,Funeral Supplies

the disbursing of government primary. The following precinct of for Clerk of Criminal goverothetntelvet a.ooordingly. Stock.'i
:;: It; is not many government. who is in a business the county were represented at tbia! Court, $35.Candidates. Always in

. 1' official who would confess to as' money or meeting: for County Surveyor, Low hates to Atlanta and itetm via

i'r' great a familiarity with whiskey position where they can affect No 1-Enterprise. -W S Thsver nothing The Atlantic feast Line. ,

has boasted of. for ill the lK tion of a government No 3-JJt.Lraod-.J: W Perkins Candidate for County Comission- On account of Wbeeler Memorial' .. .
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as Dr."Wiley org $5. ---- -'-'- --- -
) official.It No DeLoon: Pprlnit-Robert Jone Day, March 27th, and Second:! Aannul
I No !3-BurbervilJe! -!8 E Lemon. Candidates for members of Boardof Reunion of the Blue and the Gray
: r Tampa is pushing Jacksonville No 6-)Hevllle-J C Kublnwin Public Instruction $5. March 2! will be in another column SchmidtNo Eaili Person' desiring. to have his sell
! seen No DaytonHeniv COAST LINE" will tickets from all
,I> as to population, and claiming .. name printed on the primary election KLICKER BROS
;;, of today's Record that Mr. W-Port Orang -F 0 Sparkmao. points on its line to Atlanta, Ga., and
that she will be the metropolisof 1.I'f No 10-New -'rfJF W bums. ballot. as a candidate for any countyoflite. return at rate of one fare plus 25 cents
' ; Bert :Fish has resigned the officeof No 11-0811: liill-Oaaiw. Including State Senate and for the round trip date of sale
;: the State:) in a very few years. Superintendent of County No 12-Toujoka-Mont Cooe.2013GI..nuo.MorrIM. Members of tbe house of Kepresentatlres March 25th and 26th. with final limit Merchant Tailors

t,I'f shall file with the chairman of Iii days in addition to date of sale. "i
When the consumer finds his Schools, to take effect January No 15-Clifton-Teddtr. this committee on or before the 2Otb For further Information see nearest \
No 1 -btetson-Oail breath day of April lixxt. his notice of ticket
I candidacy communicate with
his cent or
let next and reasons so ,
coal has risen 25; cents a ton, he No n-ost..n-lIonroe.. and application to have his Three Doors South from Fisher's Corner' 1
I set forth in his letterto FRANK C. BOTLSTON. D P. A.Jacisonrille .
f ,e can conclude that an advance of doing are No I -Pierson-J H Harper.No name KO' printed upon a blank to 1JefUTnt..bed ,

, been made to the the Governor. He is to Lei 2O-St'.bret'u-E L Potter. by tbe said chairman and Fla.
ten merits: bus commended for the he Lake Helen Ormond. BoUT Hill and shall accompany said application with We are now located on South Boulevard tbree doors from Fisher's
l kt' miners. course one or two other) precinct were not the gum of money assessed by this Letter to M. Ziegler. corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call
/ takes-to give the democrats of repre.eoted. committee against the office for whichbe and inspect our New Line of Samples for bnh Ladles and Gentlemen!

: New York stationers are now the county an opportunity to After the call of the roll by Secretary desires to become a candidate; and DvLand Fla just In-the latent Fashionable gty'es! and Colors. A lit is always
V; no name of any such candidate Khali Dear Sir: Two years ago the estate of guaranteed you by us. Tbe beet material on tbe market for the mon
displaying; tbe latest .thing in select] his successor at the primaryin Perkiu Senator Ram tendered his be printed upon or counted or returned the late Congressman Scott. of Erie Pa. ey. Stylish suits at popular prices euits that wear well and that give

t f l'f marriage licenses with divorce May and at the November resignation an a tnemhcr of the Com.uiittee if printed upon any such ballot unless painted 24 lioHing-Mill houses one coat aatlsfactlon. We are prepared to turn out more and better work
as he! would be a candidate be. this provision shall hare been compliedwith. Devne at a saving of 11 per cent for than heretofore. Remember the place and (give us your order.
(') cupons attached to be clipped off election. Mr. Fish has been a fore the primary. He....* also Chairman paint (lead-and-oil was after tbe job) &: "*Suits repaired. pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.

t l; as desired. very competent faithful and efficient of the Committee. Upon motion This committee will meet on the That's how the tale reads.. We infer I
, I 18th day of May 10CKI, at the court what really happened. KLICKER DeLand Floirda
!'t.; Superintendent of Schools. i Ion. W. b. Thayer was elected to the bones, In DeLand }Florida at 2-00: The buyer as usual went by the cost I ,
f I Gen. Orosvenor is to start into lIe has given the duties of the Chairmannhip o'clock p. ni* to canvass the returnsof of paint; got bids. Lead-and-oil bid low 1))
:J'\ business in about six months. The matter of assessment of candi- said primary election declare the and guessed theqoantity low; the living
to office his best thought judgmentand dates for office. wa then taken up. and result and transitct Iu..h other business was only 11 percent I
.. Previous experience ought :Nobo'iv' seems to have tnotubt vt IhU
care for a number of years It i wa decided that Raid assessment. as shall COllie before It. : ,
him for in a slate the pa-nfln;;; cost, two or three times ..
!;t qualify a job and leaves the public school system bonM be S per cent of fhe proceeds of \\'. 8. Thayer Chairman. itinch as the piiiut, How much did we

''f manufactory. I of the county in most ad- the office of the first year. Jas. VT. Perkins, Secretary.! save ou tile piimtintf? Duu't know
f Nomination be made the The tale euda with this We often and Blacksmith
MM* MM BW* are to at : refer Orange City Wagon Shops.
''", The West Palm Beach News merable condition. lie has, bow- primary for the following county office: Supt. Fish's Resignation. inquirers to those houses, for wear

\'. has changed ownership theMessr ever, had the assistance of a careful State Senator. of Devoe.
That's a good-enoneh story; bat nobody -
Fla. March
I diligent and progressive Two Member of the House. "DeLand 13 1006.
Dean Bros selling the knows what it U. Oar only difficulty -
*. Hon N. B. Broward Governor
Tax Collector.
.j I ia want of painintelligence.Yours .
Board of Public Instruction.
. Mr. R. O. Davies recently Assessor of Taxes. "Tallahassee Fla.
plant to .
of Michigan. schools are in the best shape they County Treasurer. "Hy Dear Sir-I hereby tender my W truly.F DEVOE & CoO \Vagolls al11 8155183 :Mvla\ or Rspvira >,Mj3i "i ii.; a

.fj\, have ever been longer terms, Clerk County of Surveyor.the Criminal Conrt.. lic resignation Instruction as Superintendent of Volusia county of Pub to W Fisber sells oar paint Specialty.' Carriage, buggy and wagon painting! done in the

:,' Mr. William Nelson Cromwell with a higher standard. Few Five County Corn wiaaioners. take effect J anuarll. 1907. best manner, finest paints: used. Everything in Blacksmithing -

, f and Mr. Poultney Bigelow are counties of the State can claimas Three For Superintendent Member of, the County Board School of Public cratic"On Executive Comittee of the Volusia Demo- For Sale. Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First.class. Give j

striking examples of the different fine a public school system as attraction. county at their meeting held in De- Eight room cottage at Seabreeze, opposite Trial. Orders
f. me a Promptly Attended to.
' there are to get notoriety Volusia county has today. The The Chairman and Secretary were Land of my intention to resign as Daytona midway between ocean
stated above."I and river on an elevation of some twenty
.. rout of your knowledge Panama Record congratulates; the retiring elected a< a campaign committee to do tender you this my resignation' feet above valley making an ideal sum
en1 perform all da tied connected with mer home Cool, pleasant and free from
to take effect January I, 1907 at this
affaire. the fine o
Superintendent upon Ibo holding of aid primary.In .
t time for tbe following reasons: I mosquitoes
, ,I. record he has made in the up- the matter of appointment of inspectors "Wben a candidate for re-election Lot 55 i 140 ft. Bearing peach trees -THEO DEMRO. Orange City Florida

.; Several members of the Santiago >building the public school system it wa left to the Couiiuittee- before the last primary, I stated to and grape: arbor; other small trees ,
\\illzoror *14K( if sold within next
the voters of Volusia that if .- .
t: battlefield party have been of this county and he surrenders men of the various precinct to send into at any time my other duties county conflicted t ten d...,.. Address 216 RiversIde Ave. 4.
the campaign committee the name
; poisoned picking' Cuban flowers. the trust !given; him by ot democrat to act In this rapacity with my duties I would as Superintendent law of Jacksonville, Fla.-- ------_____________ ..__ _u ___ ___
Schools ,
It' Gen.Wood could relate some experiences the people honored and respectedby and the Secretary wa Instructed to practice is increasing resign.to such My an extent Seed Corn for Sale. -- --

:' too as to the noxious citizens of all classes. notify those committeemen not present that it requires my undivided I

';. properties of Isle of Pine nee of bin action of the committee. time and attention, and I feel that if The undersigned. has a One variety of WILLIAM: : : KOXJJZON
a Before the committee adjourned 1 should retain the office of Superin-, need corn well adapted to this climate I.
dies. DELAND'S CITY COUNCIL Superintendent of School Bert Fish tendent of Schools until my term will. for.",... 11 heiir several ears to stalk and
nave expired. I must either neglect develop full and plump On good ,
; peered aid gave notice that the office Ii,- duties either to my profession ground it yield from 00 to 60 bushels

' The vice-President of Cuba has I f Releases/ the County from Obligations be held wonld become vacant January or to the office that 1 now hold. Most' per acre Price 79 cents per peck Address Hardware Furniture Dr Gools Second Hand Goods Etc
, ., resigned because he discovered tel. 1907 as h.. Intended to Bend in to certainly the interests of the public I i I .
In She Special lint In levy. .
that the office is purely ornamen. tbo[ Governor in the course of the week schools and school children are paramount JOHN BENQSTON SIM BSMSHSBS MB BSI

l The city conncil of DeLand held Ita his resignation from said office to take to all other interests, and' as i, Orange City. Fla. I I have consolidate! two stores-and I '
J tal.. We have never heard of an I have never in the past in any way : my now have a larger and better -
egular monthly meeting last Monday effect on that date. This the Snperln neglected them. I have no intention ------- ] stock of Furniture Hardware Dry Goods and general household
' r' American Vice-President or any night Fres Bond Councilman Wilson, tendent did that the Committee may in- now of doing so. I I goods than I have heretofore carried, and you will Bud tbe-prlcc rljbt.I .

i'' other office bolder resigning for Woodward\ and Cairns present and the elude the office of C JOHN B. WELCH I Rains! ((1 buy and sell second baud household gQodl.! etc.) I .
. ;, that reason. following business attended to: ot School among the offices to be filled out a serious detriment to the pub- you bargain In either department.. Prompt attention given all orders!

,I"r A communication from tbe Western tblat year. Mr. Flab stated to the Committee lic school interests to place them in and quick: delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders j jI
hands just at this time. A number -
new .
,, The I Divine Sarah Bernhardt Wheel l Co wan read and fifed and the that owing to his legal business of our schools have closed others ORANQE CITY FLA i
," : appeared in Camilla at Jack son- Clerk instructed to write said. Company taking *o much of hit time be find that will soon close, and a number of special -' .. -. I ORANGE CITY FLORIDA

vile and this week to In reference to weight and freight on be can not continue to hold the office tax school election are to be heldin Fancy and Staple Groceries To-
'"If: !: Tampa heir Aurora Damp Wagon. and give ita complex duties the attention May and in the month of June is'' bacco, Cigars.
:: : great crowds people, going to lJee'f' The tbe semi-annual tetchers': examination -
instructed and
q City Engineer was to required at the same time attend
' her from all points in the State. started in atreet'oenlde to his legal business." and in the month of July appoint
complete Etc.
map Goods Hats Etc.
be made Dry Shoes I-
ments of teachers are to as I -------------
'f''l Why not She is the greatest book> of water mains, giving size of pipe. S. well as the summary for tbe next, I

actress in the world. location of hydrants. and taps and sizes Call for Democratic Primary. school year's work, and arranging. (
: :. of same. In accordance with the call of the for the coming year. These are buta Best and Freshest Canned Goods, \. "
.. few of the constantly on hand and all first SEASON: I90j-06. {
Tbe Clerk reported the collection, of Democratic Executive Committee of many reasons why a
Senator Tallaferro has hadpsssedft4the class Groceries for table.
I. $1J3 72 as witter. rent for the month the State of tlorldu made at a meet- change should not be made at this : your .
f senate conveying 'lug of wild committee, held In the time. I
: the Marshal f 90 75 as fines and sanitary City of Jacksonville }Florida OU Saturday "A Country bought
in fee of fee. The .
simple a piece ground
February 24, 1UOU\ the Democratic better condition than it has ever been College Arms :
it In Augustine, known: _as,the City Engineer's report was read and Executive Committee of Volusia before, because of the wise management ---

Lines for school lie be Clerk Instructed to order necessary Xnmty }ilorldu on Monday March 12, of the Board of Public Instruc- Order receive ,careful attention .
purposes. part.'for repair of large pump. txxl; made and hereby Issues the fol- tion, and as a result it is my belief :and delivery prompt. You will
1.:, has also introduced a bill ,to prohibit Tbe Street Committee reported tbe awlng call for a democratic Primary that we will have.a balance to begin find my prices as low as the lowest .,
; aliens from taking Election, to-wit: the next school year's work with of live me a call. DE LAND. FLORIDA l'
spongesin the second
completion section of
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The said Democratic Primary Election not less than $12,000 Probably quitea .i J
American waters.; Minnesota Ave.Fire will be held at tbe legal coiling little sum larger than .this. There Opens for Guests Decemfcr 1st. t 1905.
and Water Committee reported ,lace In each election district In Vo. : .
Railroad Commissioner R. new flremao bad been engaged! and tint lucia couuty during the hours fixed ----- -

Hudson: Burr has 'challenged to work at tbe pumping station March8th. by; law for holding elections, on
Tuesday. May 15 1UOU for the purpose UndertIiotnanagemeiitofJoltji O. Holland '
(' Frank Harris of the Ocala Banner Notice wa given to amend ordinance of t iiouilnaUug all Democratic candidates A. D.l\ICBRIDE. J. B. CONRAD. (same: management as last ,
.' for otllce both State and Vice-President season) Manager of
for a joint.debate.: The Ocala President
W relative to license tax Insurance
..' County to be voted for by the voter HOTEL Blue Mountain
;, 'Editor is making l: through; his pa- nmpanles. Notice was renewed to at the general election to be held lake New York

}:;,t per...some, violent attacks upon mend plumbing ordinance.' November 0, 11MMI; also those to be VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK (Adirondack Mountains.) .I
;' BairodY6inmission Toe council passed resolution releaa- appointed by tbe Democratic governorof For rates, reservations and other information
the and
it'., log the county from any and all liability tbe State between the dates of tbe DE LAND, FLA. on and after November 5th, ,1005, address I' J
,Mr. Burr wishes to meet ;Mr. of ,
i"f::" and obligations to pay tbe city of Da holding the said primary election .

:g, Harris' on the stump to discuss Land any portion of the special road election and the In time 1UO8.of, holding. the primary AND"MERCHANTS' JOHN Q. HOLLAND. I 1u 'I

'tt the, neceuityof such .a: Com missJon. tax levied for year 19O9 and the Clerk It Is further provided that a second THE COLLEGE ARMS : )
.: and Mayor were instructed to sign said prImary election where necessary to BANK : .L
." ., release and transmit sam to the County choose between'the highest candidate DeLand, Florida.. __ : :
Commissioners. whose nomination ball not have been DAYTONA, :XXA. -

..,//11'- 1'omato"growers.iu the English The Council revised'the city registration made by a majority vote at tbe first (Branch of the Volusia. County Bank.: ) -- 'I. :{'I j jI

!,; ,If./ :'county of :Kent"are"perplexed by books.. and names stricken appear irlmury, will be held on Tuesday, .
bacterial disease which elsewhere in these eolumoB.A.'reqnMt.wu JUlie 12 11)00) ; and at such second -- --- -
p (a strange I.
'. | primary') election only such elector .. .
March 6, 1906 -- ... ".
i .appesrsaniongthfruit every granted for extension all were qualified to vote at the IIr.tprl.uarj ', ',
',;;, ; > ye.r The disease first made of water mal* Adele to Wisconsin and election shall be permitted to RESOURCES, LIABILITIES ,
fire: .. : t '..
north on (tA.del. .to. opposite lot 13, vote. _ _ _
!\\o; ''its appearance fa* 1888-;defied alt steen'a addition the cost to be Incurred 1'IioMu person only shall be permit- Loans and Dls:.. .':,,?' $4.10,61661: 'Capital Stock (Pd In)) $ 60.00000 .ik. :t.r "

.\ effort. that ,were mad. to eradi.rained. b the ted, to become candidates before or Stocks and Bond... '12,51000 Surplus and TJndli'd, .
,"f"1" ly affecting,, proper hu13er..th.yo :, to vote at or participate In the manage.went Overdrafts >,.,;..... 10000B'nk'K Profits...." ..:.... 2fl,05089 ,.
.tha'cropCIThe be credited for same on water used of any primary election held by houses & flxt's: Deposits ....: ,,... 521,0013TVol. )

.. year".thowever, ''there .Tbe,council paid the bills accruing the. Democratic party who are white Co. Bank 7,754 47, I l J9"J57: 'U Ca hler'. Checks..;. 35 80 "i :Ji.J
,, fore month and adjourned Democratic electors who Merch's lI'ukli,60264: f. Certified Checks.... 1,38939:
,, ,' M.*,..a/S0 oll It., .It-1892And -SIC adherence to the principles declare and their organization Real Estate........... 6,00000' 1.-.

,'' 'tt f Hfflfcured" ,,again,,:though ;f-- __ ..,,,._.. Sn d y'Sight. of tbe Democratic parry Cash Collection band account& In b'ks h j.. 18 1,81473.613 00 ' "Elastic", ) Bookcase ..1
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with .......IUDgr ,,!prevalence', -tT.- ( (National State and County -who are r' and Desk combined. .
. : ', Tb. regular union ma.. temperance b ty the laws of tbe state lawful elec- .$8u4t.044i40 ijtj 1. -'SfiUli,04841) _______ ______ .1.I .. t :
.' while Its last attack was in'100108. macti Air postponed*March 4th because ors of the district In which they offer .4-'l I : .. r : Permits M much or Is liUb. l r. 1

. From' the;',earefal l studies o( .th.. Evsngsllatlo ssrvicM .! th* to rote, who have paid their poll taxes ( book space as wnnt
:'>;':",. .h.t hare been made, the dises..pp.sri Baptfpt"y sight; church st the will''l'reIIb'eriaQ be held next charch 8nnd -'I fore legally Tuesday/due not May less, 1&than*.:lOoe ten,'days the date beI Pays 'Interest', at H'on' Time' Certificates:' ot) Deposit. Comprises few o> many Desk Book Unit UnilvtuJeslrcd. wilt)' _ ,:,.'". '

'. regularly? in.. I five-year Mr. VfT. Dnodlok,of Vlruinl, !*I _of I ipou: which said first primary election .. n'. ( Poorny convenient ; _ ..r '
most vloqaenl ipeaktr" of she dan will la to be held and who shall when chaleustfd Safe Deposit Boxes $sooper; Year .attractive. Call and see
ayelesv" 9f possibleeffort t.o *4.1"'., th.addr MAlt who "rnijoy an* write for F I
.i. : by any elector pledge In 1V dt-- r "t- 1 or catalogue 104 ,
J Isotoivs should be present at this meettag. "
1 .b pest has'' been lug under onto before .. "
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good .pea.e "va ALLEN
.. TheVtenlWailMMl iciior, to abide by and support' .tberesult 'Vaults Protected by Automatio'Bnjglar'! farm"&yite'm.io ? .; : & CO.,: ,t 11.: A'V.
:bwit' .meets*. tor several year Mr. Bundclrkiusi : ., : ", '. .1 Agents _
of sqph! primary and rot tot _ .
nitnrqln from trip down the I J. ':0S
.. :"rO''J DnI.A.ND.FLA .
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s .Cocci ad :Key: .Wat, and ,everyrpMtsMwct ,- the nominees thereof. ,
..a-. 1luV* delighted with Each ,elector i qualified*to"'-vote' In ; '. ,basbier, v ,8. J..,WOOI>, Cashier ., t- .,J.
,'\'' Mid SriOB 1k JssIes. ;He .poke ia< .31 i she said primary,,'election ..Sbltbaa" Merchants'. '..Bank., : ..:'Volusia!:.County. .<;BauicJ' : '. .PIo
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Fresh garden. seed of all kinds( ban. be "" .." \ '. "r,
t had at Fisher'sHon UNIVERSITY I\

R. M. Tucker was an Orange '
Effort fa Secure I Princely /
City visitor to DeLand Monday.
'( tuition/ Blocked r
by ...
Stetson Glee Club-last appearance
ot the sell.8On-St. Patrick's Day This meeting was '
to take op the proposition ., ..
Mrs. O. W, Fisher entertained. at :',
To is to afternoon, three tables. Stetson two days before
see appreciate Bridge Monday if the entire
e011f Miss Lontae Tanner is adulating in resign be wonlld give ':,

Dreka's Millinery Department this $100,000 and which
to appreciate, is" I month appears, Mrs. Stetson ,, }f,14 CIN( ;j IjfK" :1

I The Glee Club will give a very fine make good. 1' : "y'I.

: to buy. We want concert at the University Auditorium Trustee Jennings .1
% you ..
4'\L\ tonight Saturday. tion that the present ,; :; a. "

__ Drop me n card. and I will] call for University property to s',
to come and inspect your clock and return it when repaired. Association conditioned

t. O. O. D. Boley. jeweler. and then all resign; this
on a vote of 10 to 6
i our CLOTHING. The Prof. and Mrs. Frank R. O born left cedure.. J
the latter part of the week for their
w1113 summer home in Michigan. I Then the regular propo

"Keep Kool Kind." See ; For Exchange nice two-seated Stetson vote This was required brought a I t :' : ,1 !

i f Boulevard wagon for a neat buggy. Apply and it failed 16 voting ? ...
to Victor Daabert, DeLand Fla.
against it. :r
Straw and Panama sI
our Mr. Mont Cone, Executive Committeeman The Trustees will meet .\

from Tomgka,w..., at the county Oth, and there la a bare I l ; ;{

rri. Hats. Also Shoes---for seat Monday attending a regular meet. something will be done t'
ing of this committee. school can get this $ .

S : + lLgI LOST-A pair of gold Eye Glasses Stetson, however, ;;

every occasion. We between VoorhIs Ave. and the Uni Stetson's feelings and ".

versity. Reward given If returned to and will carry them ont .
MUs [Isabel. Arnold, 107 Voorhis Ave. if possible

can please you with our Tbe College Arms will remain open The Board of Trustees : I '.I

until April 15th if a sufficient number Stetson:! University met ,1

variety for selection the of guests signify their intentions to remain sion here Thursday .
five vacancies to \
r were
up to that day About 130 are yet .
there.I Board. The vacancies ; ,J
the Crawford son and Or. Moore I ; '.'
still have the Best Sewing Machinesof
I W. S. MoArthur, A. Q.
all make Also some high arm .
J. B. Law resigned
Crosset and Thompson machines, which have been used, at ten
were tilled by the
dollars. Come and see me. I. A. Erick. Vests
ing: S. V. Hough S. ,
lines for Men, Carlisle for Ladies. son.Mr, J C. Robinson member of the Conrad.In addition F. C.to Edwards these Oxford Shoes. 1

County Demo'cratlo Executive Committee )
ed members tho
from Seville,WR" here the first of
tree were present: J. E.
Remember the GREAT REDUCTIONin the week to attend the session of the
Wright, Dr Hnlley, D. .
Committee. S. Jennings, Chaplain -.I
I heavier Russell Con well's lecture, Acres of Ilobson, II. B. Stevens,
Clothing. Diamonds at the University Auditorium .
and J T. Clake. Rev i -
last Tuesday evening was one of the chairman

r best ever delivered there and he bad and -.. ,

G. A. Dreka & Co. delighted a large audience. '
Biill has St.
J The revival meeting at the Baptist : ,
Cards-9 for lIo."Everythlng I
church, conducted by Dr. Wharton of
to eat, to
Virginia, continue: with large
congregations what you find at G. A. ew
every evening. The Doctor is do. |: eaT '!
Ing a good work at DeLand many. con. Stetson Glue! Club- ':
of the sesoau-St
verts having been made. at the meetings.
Mrs. E L.Powe and
i A new sexton i la wonted by the Presbyterian I
been spending the week :::
charcb. Any parly winning a I. T
Mr. W Allen is
position can apply to Dr. Mvmaon or Mr. '
J. W. Smock. Mr. VanHI e. who has from Pensacola today i

l acted in such capacity for several] years, Mrs J. II. Ilibbard m SI PORK" ;:

LOCAL SYNOPSIS. leaves soon for the Northwest, where Bridge number of 1
be will reside, I ternoun. I:m:: :::

A Card to the Public. Miss I Jeanette Brontuall, of Philadelphia Mr. John B Odurn "T WO OF THE
rilE IMPORTANT: NEWS ITEMS OF little son were In \ | T .
talented dramatic render, \\1111 good wares
THE PAST WEEK. assist the Stetson Glee Club at their time ot the year.
i Mr. J. J. Bantu than fresh
concert saturday:: night. !MlaeBroonaallhas T

The undersigned has purchased of Messrs. J. M. Local and Huelatjr Itemn for the Peoples been spending a few weeks in Flor' from points, a on week's the Gulf stay Coast at CHOPS, i

P. .Brlaf Mention of FactaBe ida and the Glee Club were able to secure 5 T
Lumley end T. L. Osteen, The Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy per- a. her through tbe efforts\ of Dr. The last number on ROASTS.. BROTHERS."i

the firm name being in futnre The Osteen Phar- .n bv oar ]reporter.W. Hulley. lecture coarse will be your choice. We I
which, will be given on T the entire lot Is a !
macy. I have placed a registered pharmacist in chargeof S. Taylor, Dentist. Messrs. S. E. Lemon and William B March 33rU. help five new ,
Minshew, of the speaker"R them and send a j
prominent people e"
the drug department. A full line of standard drugs, Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Al1en's.Freah Barberville section, were at the county See J. A Erivksnn I | ; blood '
Fish at Marsh Bro's. market Your Level Premium veins. Our market
and a complete assortment of all goods usually kept in Friday. seat the first of the week. Mr. Lemon pork if you want .
every Interest payable
came to attend the meeting of the l
will be carried and I solicit a ;
a- first class drug store Today is St. Patrick's Day. Top of County Democratic Executive Committee guaranteed: results MARSU .

share of the trade of the DeLand people and the coun- the; morning to yon. being a member of the committee Hon. W. S Thayer, -- -- ---- -- -- -- ,

who frequent the county seat assuring you Go to Dreka's .and see the new spring from tbat Precinct. ninn of the County' "
try people tivH. Committee, was 'tts 'tt5"
and summer millinery. Mr. G. K. Gilbert, President of the
of polite and courteous attention. prise Monday attending '
prompt, Stetson Glee Club-last appearanceof Bank of Glencoe, Minnesota, was meeting.

... K B. OSTEEN, the season-St. Patrick's Day. among the prominent arrivals at The Mr. Harry Prevatt .
Mrs. W S. Taylor entertained a few College Arms this week. He is the vllle l\Jonilayrhat 1f
Proprietor Osteen Pharmacy. friends at Bridge Wednesday afternoon. father of Mrs F. G. Barrows who,with a member of the 1

Mr. Redman spent Wednesday on the her daugher Miss Josephine, of Fnrgns men insurance. of the World, :

St. Johns River the guest of Mr. Rich Falls Mina, spent the winter at De- policy. .
Land several years ago. :Mr. Henry Stetson,
ards.Mr. son, accompanied by \ ,
and Mrs David F. Morrison were Judge Stewart's hammock grove rived from I'hiladulphia, '{ around for the''
In town from Barberville the first of about four miles north of the city presents are spending a week or ,
the week. a beautiful picture with a heavy fore returning North.Editor .
bloom out and the last year's crop of Rowley, I your supplies
Mr. Brill has just received a fine lot
fruit, Hart's Late and the Herald, Loraln, Ohio, I
King Variety, i the
Let Us Show You of pocket high books.class alligator band bags and yet on the trees. The Judge will get Moncl.iv Palm tK'iicu to spend and< other the : : preference

several thousand boxes of fruit from
Dr. J. M. Lumley left Thursday to East Coast. They art
this grove another season. the Harnes cottages, '
take a course in the Franklin, Ky.,
for the balance of
Osteopathic College. Mrs. R. D. McDonald retnrned the place most complete

9 latter part of the week from Gainesville, The program; to he
Give order for Easter hats early.
Our new Oriental Rugs and Art where she had been spending a month Glee Club Concert : "
You will get the best attention if yon
be full of good things
with her Mrs. .
daughter, Arthur Edward always first class
came before the rush at Dreka's.Jodge sing several new ,
I Voyle who, and Mr. Voyle ac the. celebrated
Glad to do it. Stewart was on the Coast the being guaranteed to be
Squaree. No trouble. companied her home, Mr. V. resuming There will be solos by .
first of the week attending to legal bnsl bis studies and graduates this spring Spanlding; and Uuv., :\ ?
ness for the law firm of Stewart & Bly. quartets and, readings
from the Law Department of Stetson.
Mrs. Love and her niece, Miss Esther of Philadelphia Tun our energy to the
About 80 of the guests of Melrose, accompanied tore to Isnmuier .
Palmer spent last week visiting Palm ,
will be
by :Mendelssohn
J. F. ALLEN & COMPANY Beach, Miami and Nassau. They returned bY' Mr. and Mrs. Alcott, Ferris and, Mrs Selden i
boarded the St. Francis
launch, at
Sunday. will be tile most our goods and our
Beresford, Wednesday morning/ and concert of (the season
Mr. and Mrs S. D. Jordan went to butt Tickets at the '
took the trip np the St. Johns to Sanford \
Jacksonville the first of the week and
and return, viewing the most Miss Mary Longdon, \ ,
saw and beard Sarah Bernhardt at that
picturesque portion of the river to be missionary stationed at WOO ALL. '
place Wednesday night.Miss
\ India: at the home of
' fit seen. They were gone most of the day
: Ella Hambrick very pleasantly Alex Longdon, 1 South:
and report a most delightful. trip. f
"" entertained a large number of her Lii(
i kr Tbe Fist Methodist Episcopal church.I I St. Barnabas' Chord friends at cards last Friday afternoon The patrons of The College Arms and day evening,, March IB. ,;
I '. First Methodist Episcopal Church St Barnabas' Episcopal Church Rev. followed by delicious refreshments. especially the.DeLsnd people will be ten 'clock.Il of
> Boulevard Howry Avenue. Campbell OraV. Rector March Ittch.! friends and those who
corner Sunday school at ten o'clock. Morning Third Sunday. In Lent. 7:80: a. m Holy Tbe cold storage at Stetson will shut pleased to learn that the executors: of her. .are invited.\ Dr co- )
'i service: Worship] and sermon atl"ven I Communion; 9.00: a. m. Morning Prayer down for awhile during the coming the estate of Mr. Stetson have engaged liver an address In the ,
o'clock. SnMect of sermon: "Paul's followed by Sunday sohoil l; 11 a. m. summer and will not after April tat, Mr. Holland to continue us inmiaiter of at the morning hour ,
thorn in the flesh, what it was and how Choral service with sermon: 0 p. m. take meats for caring until farther that famous winter resort hotel. He embodying an intensely :,
he bore is." A hearty welcome to I evensong and address.< 8 p. m. 81. notice.any and Airs Holland are very popular with her count work of many in Bengal things\ Jewelers. ,
church Orange servIce
/I 4 strangers and others. I Timothy's City .
--- I and sermon Daily service at St. Barna Miss Pearl Spaulding of Daytona who tbe large number of guest and are opportunity. Everyone '0" '/

' Methodist Episcopal Church South I bas' during Lent. at,6 p. m. was graduated lest year from tbe Schoolof keeping the hotel at a very high stand. Weldon, the I\1 ,.. ''tt 7

Regular services every Sabbath::! at It : Music will sing .t the St. Patrick' ard with a service unsurpassed in the creditable 'and ii r";.. : .
For Hale. ..,. ,, l I'-
a m and 7 80 n m; Sunday school at 10 Day Concert Saturday evening at the State. at the High School ; '. .1'.
a m; Junior Epwortb League 8 pinSenior ; 7 head" saddle, pom.a: suitable for cow Monday night, and did : K .
Epworth League |) ,p to; mid-week hunters, women and children, at. a bar University. The Fairport, N.- Y., Mail in speak. tricks., many of which I "}'' 'l' ''''.'*M.Iequ !I
Wednfifflay. 7 80 p in. A gain. .Mr. A H. Ryland has accepted the ing of alterations and improvements to He is Indeed, a slick v J ; + ;.a
coral invitation is extended to all TROS. L. DEAN. position as manager of the Lake Helen Mr. DeLand's extensive manufacturing hand and in beating 1 rs, :' /t ",h ", 'of' ., 1I' ,.'
these services. DeLand Fla. movement of his "i' ,.
\: ,
Supply Go's large store at Lake Helen plant, says of the founder of this beautiful young man but Is one '
i and will close oat his grocery business city which bears his honorable his work In the country, Mellette's Remedies .

here at DeLand. name: "Thirty years ago this month, to please and Interest i i"r

Millinery Parlors Mrs. Pauline A. Vaughan, accompanied H. A. DeLand made his Ant trip to the host worth tricks of are your : ,' ,

Florida, and .. ..
by Miss Ida Url gaosts of tbe the section whore, thread the growing of '-- .t r ;.
Waverly for several waeks. left yesterday the beautiful city of DeLand now and box trick, the ..

, Mrs. D. B. Hargreaves'' for .St. Augustine and the East stand Mr. DeLand gave some of the lllnxlnn and the a35, n-' '
linksA I Goods/
A Coast to spend the remainder of the best years of his life aud a large fortuneto

! The New Early Spring Styles' in season before returning to their homeIn the upbuilding of that section." thrilling debate Fountain' Pens, EtcA'!:

: tool vl1ls. Ky. Remember that Dr. E. H. Armstrong, day when night three at of the the beat -----JJn-:

-, The Rev. Mr.: Shaw, of Baldwin Os., tbe Eye and Nerve Specialist of Jack from the Law Do> 'd ,,
Z' Trimmed Hats ,Santbeaatern .Field Secretary of the sonville. Is sending one of bin l leading against three picked

'work of tha. National Benevolent Association specialists. from the'home office to this College of Liberal Arts.
Resolved that in
A .number the newest and 'indst ot he.Christian Church, will\ olty on a special visit. He will be shippers wan: and carriers
h..r very ,doUtsr a stirring and deeply Interesting located,at' the'M el rose Hotel here fort ConinilRsloa ba given .

popular! ,styles.T address In tba, ,Christian Clinton next wo, days ,only, Mara 1F 1T.(. .Special rats, ; .,1CI.I'IOW lo told l r y (
I h-l had to the courts.
,. Sunday afternoon. 3.80.: March IS. Mr. appliances are carried,, on Ibis trip, ,fur,
Conovvr aud'AavIl': ,
I | )
; e highest 'grades of materials ,are Shaw Is well known as b.vlulllweu'Cf'n; : making exaroln'loas., In complicated convincing argument in
rb Dectad with, tblt Sundayschool workof eases':. .Don't fall. tjsake'advantage' of winning tha, victory
formed ill to' the;,most; beautiful'' and becoming : that Congregationalism In the Southern thLs.opportunltvJIf I !!yon .1I..e.: !any.Bye or I phrtinest;{Me .. : I t aIfl{ %

:t }:.#tst jt.'! : ...tJ, ". ;:.,.10'n..,. .C',4. ';a ....:"' .. '-.. .. -. .....u. Ptatvs,' and """e.o ;.t peak; for'him a Chrouio OUeuu-s7''or If you are having. Spurkmnn meoL The did..credit..."" ,Ward" and'""*'Jcdcnoa< ,'

.! :.....- good hearing. trouble with. ut lead glasses UM mod( ti M fUnt grade '.f 1 YN,

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P1SAS draw nitrogen from the ,
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: el the Solve
IDq. .Oromulsion Will Put the Color of the Rose Into the Pale! Cheeks of Your: Little One
early wiitles: of th laat ceo-

.In Pnrto a writer who j air in large amounts, if sufficient;
1 talent as n proft'aslouulilbeler. |_Go to Your Druggist and Get a Bottle for the Baby Today. I \

name wall Jnrquot, life nom
{ Kittfcno do Mlrecourt. One POTASH and phosphoric acid are suppliedto } .
npponrod h violent onulnughl \

) taxed Duma the great pore.novellat The with nrtl- the plant. w :

tim brains of bin colluborn-

1 father Imppunod to bo away The multitude of purposes served by the

,,. 'The son sent Ills seconds.

I in ny, .Rpntlemen" said the blog- ___ remarkable' cow pea, are told. ih the 65-page
"tbnt you are acting In behalf '

Bis" -u-_ There Is Happiness In the Homo. __ illustrated book "The Cow Pea which also

s1 I Kentlemcn bowed assont IS BABY SICK? 4 ,
Mlrecourt rings for his serv

.. my lion to come to me" be t! rls the color fading from its pretty face? Is it getting -"" tells of the splendid results obtained from

Thin.Weak Fretful? Then indeed is Mother's'' \
his ylnltors' /great surprise .
a little urchin his face heart sad, as she yearns for something to bring back fertilizing cow peas with PoTASrt. The book'

with Jinn. Mlrecourt:,though the bloom of health to its cheeks-strength and vigor 4

perfectly remark at serious.lost "I feel"Gentle-con i to its little body. Nothing will do this better than is free to farmers for the asking.ATLANTIO ,

my eon Is ns ticklish about .. ....-...
'. honor as the son of M. Al-
: I I
Dunce In about his father's.

abRoIiitcly neccsnnry that the ***8 < *-i l W I

i <1 be equnl you hod better
matters with him." With COAST
: loaves the two friends of the
dramatist. _ The Cod Liver Oil Food-Emulsion "Par-Excellence." '

i The Heartiest Itlenl. Palatable as milk and as easy to take. 0 Gives the little -THROUGH SCHEDULE- '

I : \heartiest mOil I be at' night body needed Flesh and Strength; brings back color _ Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia
your work for the day Is ,
'- and the dainty dimples and makes Mother's heart _
; _ ,
,, toasts aott boiled egga South CarolinaThe
make a good breakfast glad again. Write and get by mail a J North Carolina,

c Intermission between hours _ TRIAL BOTTLE FREE great Highway of Travel between I

Is short\ no heavy food should to ozomsjuion" co.: ,as pine su,_ wand Ysek. I ,
Into the stomach. Hundreds Florida the East West North and South
'it lee bow much good it will do ,
who eat and return ,

Immediately heartily afterward have Baby. Sold by Druggists. I! Convenient Service, Elegant Pullman' Equipment Magnificent Dining Car. I

_ ..
Black" on Thnd It........ i; New York and Florida Special :II

that Judge Jere Black 1 Route of the "DIxie Flyer"Florida / :I .

Thad Stevens that "he was :I I and West Indian LimitedColebratedTralns
No << or
p brightest men ever born Montgomery, L. & N.

i soy the smartest things, but Chicago and Florida Limited
as being under any sense !
to his Creator for supe ; CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING

{ endowments, hi] mind was EDITOR'S 1\OTE.-Uaving knowledge of the unequalled! merits of Ozomttt ion, we have no Atlantic Coast Lloe one thousand mile tickets rood over fifteen

'_.E wilderness." hesitancy in recommending our readers to send for a Sample] Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE I sale thousand at all miles principal of railroad.agencies embracing at rate of all$.23::; portions each. Limited of the to South one year on "ip_

TODAY, and Convincing Testimonials of its-Wonderful recuperative and curative properties, together from date of purchase. For full. complete and reliable Information 'IE

: : lt I: : : I us. with an artistic little book, entitled "BABYVILLE] ," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, and a I regarding rates, schedules Pullman service, etc., call on L'. L. fowe, ,*

l time I TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you at once absolutely free by mail. i '1'lrkrt Agent, lleLand, Flu., or Write *

Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. Fltl.NK C. BOVLSTON, W. I). STARK, Traveling Pass. Aitt.
_ for losses.
:* Itlst. Puss. Agt. 138 W. Buy St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
4. be protected. I FOR A FULL CROP OF FRUIT I 11. M. EMERSON: W. .T. CRAIG; i
Notice of tlnul l)I ehl\rge.
General Traflllo Manager. Pass. Truffle Manager. 1
? Notion i Is hereby given that the undersigned I .

I reliable. I'estument Exei'iitrlues of Frances of the A\ W.last Shinier Will will and ] Use Painter's Simon Pure Special No. 1 IAll '. MM"MoMMMi!>" J"N'''' '__i fHoII!' 'MMM M,.........

t I your policy expire? on their;> tbelOib final with day ueoount the o March vouchers as such I. D.to Exeuutrlees.x 1IMI6 tbo Hon.present J.. Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Following Florida] East Coast Railway.Local

I County Judge of Vnlusla .
I } In force? Mccr'lrr.J
I I a. at his nllli-e at DeLnnd, Tag. '

I number sixteen. .Florida Exooutrlaes.,: and ask lor a final discharge asmoh Time Card No. 61. In Effect January 9, 1906.

ISA.UKLLK U. HAZIBN.Exeoutrloes -
BetTo' of the lust Will und 'feslo.ment ;o.I CON.. 815 :No. SI) Na. 03 8T.\TIOSJ! So. 7aIN. 7. No. "SiNo.
us 911'I
I : MANUFACTURED BY iflally i.ally JolIy Daily Daily Daily Daily .
or Frances A W Shlmer deceased. ...
i DeLnnd This 1908 B i2 ; 'I 20 P 9 20 a 800 "L".Jo.luoon.IIIB..Ar 7 80 p 7 40 P 7 40 S 40 a
ot Angus 81. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY ..........I'.. 4 iii 1 p, 8 28 ......... ......80. J""k.tlu.III..L" 7 22 sa ............
a 80 6 jO 1'1011I: al 006 5 .. ........ 81. A".lIl1e........ 8 20 80 740 a
-- -- ----- ------ Notice of Administration.- JACKSONVILE, FLORIDA. ..........P. 0 10 p II II a''............ ............lit-illiute............ 8 a& 42 .
Notice Is hereby given that tbe undersigned 10 20 l I.I..8UIl'!! !') usI 1 48a_ -v..I".1 Plalka..Lv. .!.. \_ 840 s 0lu

1:1' with tbe has will lean annoied appointed of the adiniiilslrHtor lest will, and Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. 11 55 j8 P, 800 7''" plU I"" 06.MaiOlO 020 .a a. Lv.Ar.lalalka........... l'ahllkA' ....................._.rY.A. 700 Or> p..7. s.. 706 .

extaniaiit of "Elba: Munninff. dpienned and .. ............ 76 p\J-, .1.::::::: A...........!'..m Muteo. ..........Ll-05 s...::::::
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a I creditors, I leg tees and distributees, and .ik 10\ PJ B 05 8 06 A. Lv. !'II II MtIeo' .Ar bOJ 800.
all persons having chime or demands GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. ............ 7 is'j,1fftFj ............ 1,1'............ r-u".ga..............Lv 'l4i p.. -:40 ::::::::::

I u"alosll8ld estate will present the Burnt to Amm(> actual 1 and potential, witless than .. ..... . ..... . 2 per cent ::::::::::: : Clg g C'::::::::::: ::::::::::::.:.IuiponL.Thuniellq.: :::::::::::: :: :: C ::::::::: ::. 22 80 :a...::::::::::

Tha the und ralgned within too years from this Derived from Sulphate, ot Ammonia. ............ s 21 P.II (a. ........O.mollli 11..1.1....... .......... ........ ....,.......
da'e or the.nme will be forever burred. Potash (i Ii 20), water soluble not lets than... ..... ... . .... 16 percent 180 I' a 8. I, 12 fiB P I II U. ............ Orrnounl........... 4 Ga 60
D Dated, this Deo. 8, 11015.ALEXANDER' Avall..hlo. Phosphoric Acid, not ices thlln. .. ... 0 per cent 1160 P a 46 p 108 pill 21) a. ............Daylona. ............ 86J a.
: J1ANNIXU, Insnlukle I'himnhnrlo" Acid. not less tbun... .. .. . .. ..... .. 1 per cent ............ 861 p I lii PI" ...... ".........I'cl.1. O.anlle.. ........ 8 41 25
0' Aflml letrll'or with tbe will annexed. J\lol.lllre.ol.21\ Fahrenheit, ootexc..edl"1f .. .. .. ..... .lIper: cent :120: ,,p ..1811. _pillt .A.......... etV fllII, ,.lIn..I:! .!322.. !..> a 444sl02fs
; .0 When re.yleM year f.tla.r quantity pI.nud/ and C'alorlne.: not exceeding .. ... .... ... . . .. . .. ... ...... io 21 a 4-Up 444p' Ar.Lake lIelen .........Ly .tJ n p..4. :\ P ThFj +-
7.: loll .1089 a. 450 490 .........OrangaCIly......... 1215 : P 849 P
the7 wore the bnet on u.s. 'UilK!: t'ertlhier Is mad trom Sulphate ol( Ammonia,Sulphate of Potash Rod p P
Notice of Final '
.but they have bwn Imp.... Discharge Dissolved Uoneolack.( 10 45 s'IO 46 5 !!OII..2'J''! "....Oru.ngodlty..... :I J"nrtl.. !, .!IO.J' .
.. U100. w. are .zprta In i2lba OIOpl4ipI1b4 .. L .........blllyrua..LV 81:1: a.. 451 aS
fled veqelable' _. .. Notloe Is hereby given that the under-( ............, \ M I' .: .. ............Oak Ill It............Lv 241 2. .
I ?;'.:.'to'all.pplicant.:nm.al: .IIIIII"IOu.- sIgned Kxeoutor of the lust will nhd testa- ..!_21)s)_ 10 1Io1.J> ..!.!!..J? .!!!.. A. ...........'rlttui-uIle............ 2 O a.. 888a
FERRY CO.. lent of Dr. J. K. Coulter decensed willon, Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida 080I\ 110 .......... ... ............ ..............$ ,, .' ............... iTET II 20 ............ .:..........
Detroll Mloh. ............ .. .......... ......
I! .. / > the 2nd day of July A. I l> lout) ), ll> esent bUnnl It II) a Il I1_ .= L!= "r'.I' = :: = 80.0 a48124tp
aCcount ns such Executor together Write for Special Cash Discounts. TI Ii IU H Dab I wltb the voucher, to tile H. -- ---- I I E. O. PAINTER FERVILIZER COMPANY 1117 ..... .. 134 .
'.William'Indian Pile County Jtile, t>f V"lualal] Cnuntv, :::::::::: ... ..p : g :: ::.Roekledgo.Rockledgo.Jiolela.i i :::: :: 120 p 518 .. .. ::::::::::
and Ointment will cure Blind Florida, lit his offlce at !)leI.nnd FlorIda, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. _..........1200 n& 4 I' ..........Lou Gallle........... 12 41 P......... .12 22 ........_ J '
i I L Blomllnit and ItchIng HI' d I ask tor a tlnul dlscbnrgi. as such I<;xeo. _.........1212 a 4 2t ."..........I"lbonrJI.......... 1282 P...........p...1212 ........
man Pllus, IbnbHorbHtheturoora, utor. K. I). COUL'IEH, 60 Sebiuatiafl I 80 ........ 21 a..
'& I alleys the itching atonLe,acts Executor of the l I..t \\ III and 'testament :::::::::::: If : a a : II :::::::::::: .:: ::::::::::.lIt. Ltcle., I ::::::::::::: n 01 :.I.:::::..: 86 f..:::::::::::: .. -;
__ form as a poultice, gIves InHtant re. or Dr. J. K.: deceased. n 4 20 5 :2 00 a 8 00 ......... ion& 1'10.0.......,.." 10 M a..,,1218 P IC 80 1'12 62. '
Dr. WIlllamH'lnillitnPlle Oint This JCta VoultelJ'. IInuarv.llJOI! ....."..... : 2.\ a 8 20 ....._..... i1hbolls ............ ". 1022 ............ 0 67 P ............ .
t ..&prepared' for PI leu And Itch _-....... : : s a 21 ." ..............Eden! ............... 1015 ............ fi8 ....._
AA4 .. private purtH. every box Is _...,. 86 a 6 29 .............Jon.en............. 10 13 ......... 0 48 .._
I By dmtrirlNtfl, by null on r. Notice of Final Discharge I __....'..2 49.a 88 p.. ".. .............S1ari: .............." 10 O.J ,....,....... 0 87 p.........._
to cents and l.ffll. WILLIr"' BOld Cumber _._-.. ..14 a 7 O.J ......... II obo Suutind ......,.." 0 8S a....... 0 08 ....:....._
; CO.. fropa. Cleveland,V :: e IY/ a. 10 a 7 118 p.. A....Wet".Intlleuoh ... S foil a 10 M a 8 13 P II 00)( P
for Tax Deed Un signed Adiulnimrutitx of tbe esUto of C'y. j 8 17 a foil 5 au! Lv......... I'alm Beach.........LY 8 40 .1028 s S 08 pIO, ro p
I rusVuln, deeenaeil, will, on the loth day Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near tbe depotat II WI 8 00 s 8 8t _.. West "allD beach .....Ar 8 16 a IU 00 a 7 88 1,10 IC P
N 8 of Chapter 4888 Lawa 01 February A D lUOil<1. present her final so-I DeLand with best cypress and yellow pin .....-......528 a 860 p.. ............Unyntolk............iv 74S .1.. ...........7 13 ........_
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7)0 .
.. herab/rglven flint M C Jfone orable o.'iint County as such Judge Administratrix. of Voluela', to'the 4'oUllly DOli', ::::=::: : G a 5 Ig 00 C ::::::::: :: : ::F'ri;; .lclrny.Lcuulonclule.': i :::::: :: 6 4) :.' :::::: : 1 OIl C p..:::::::: .
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fair Tax Certificate No B.J4 dated Klnrlda" lit Ms oUlou at D-Lund, Florida Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings ::== : :: s a10,10 09 20 C.::::::::: :: :::::::::.ltuullcndnle..lenin: ::::::::: :: g II J :.::::::::::::. : 48 r.p.p....:::::::::: I)
tion llllia has tied( sold oertltl. and ask jar a final' dUoburue. 1 I 20 45 p. Lemon t 117 ej..e Ii I. .. ,
acme, .., and bus made application This August bib, JIX> 1 ;;. ; : :g C p.. ; ) :::::::::..... MIuumi ...:::::::::.f-v : t:: ::1' ;; : "ji.
to Untie in acoordunce with LOUISE: WATERS. Etc. .-.7 .1.. ........ .. Lv ........Illami.......... iAr ........... p............ ,
Ll : certificate embrace the fol Admlnlatratrlx Shingles, Laths, 50 ......... A r i...... Honeut.ni. ...... I.v .......... 80 P.............

::;) \ property situated In Volu- nlgt Parlor Can 00 t.aln.23.r.I.: 78.71. DIlO'ot SleepIng Cars on train.85, 00.28, 8S.S .
'' H W Flu towltt> Notice. All Lumber, Building and anowhere Fire Brick in,the Cement etc.. promptly delivered billY except Sunday.
of ne", per deed hook 29 Notice is hereby given that on the 11th dav CONDENSED' SCHEDULE HETWKIiiN: ,JAC'KSONVlLLi AND 8T. AUOU9TIMS'
F' w 30, tp Us, range die; 1 acre or April, ". D ilHW) implication will be ;:- ... .
37"jA"t'N .
O B being 'nsaesKeit, at the date made to, Iloo. Minor 8. Jones, Jud e or the B OU. .No. 23 "o. 27t No. 29i, No. 43 ''3i.-I Onlly o. 99t>o. 931jNOJSSOUTH "
K' of atiflh crrtlfloate In the Cl.cult Court of the Seventh Judicial (;Ir. Dally Daily Dolly!! Dally: EI.l\len'EI. Me :>ally Daily DaIly Ea.M:, '
A,. E O Motel Co Unless gold eer- cult! ,i-f Fiurldit, to amend the charter or -- 1j
fJ be redeemed. according to liiw John B 8'etnon: Iverslcy as followK. that DeLand Saw and Mills & WorksJ. Lv JacksonvilleArBt. a 00 a 0 00 a 0 20 a t 10 P 2 00 li 8 CO.p ITj' 8 20 P_ 8 BO"pti U 00 p
.John Jamie thereon on the 18th day the first. bttlfof noetlon V Chapter 3'WHo Planing Novelty Angliallnu. !?!Os__ 10_CO_, 10 80 2 10No. I' a ru", p| 4 co '1,18 5p9I') I' 0 80 p'10, ,00, p.atUnE .' \
J H : tho Laws of lorlda be amended ,
so as to No 74* 301 No. TDt.No. 44* ND ::1 oi1I'\10.; \ 23tNo. 93t'No. &at'N 18' ,
& olltntiil slfrnntnro! and seal reed as follows" NORTHBOUND
Tbeo day of 'March, 190)1.): "-'(bat tho said Trustees shall be dconiei T. CAIRN3 Propr. and Manager. Dally Dally .lly Dully E.. Eun, Doll, 1 Bally DallyiTBt. h. 8 n
J F SAM'L D. JORDAN to hold ethos for a period of six years, four -- "' ,; iTt40ui''s.J'
AURiltitlno 840 p ClOl Slop 'hOp 8 20 "i 7 65 .a
_ O jr U Court Vohmla, Fla of Raid Trustees and four DRESSED
\ County retiring annually
W S bt'lnir elected at each animal meeting ,uf LUMBER ArJackaouvllle.. 7 40 p 710 p 710 pi 1110 |.1210 l p 13 40 pi 7 40 a540> .1000 .8 M a

Goo the Board except such as. are eleo ed to d1\\ 5 Train.composed exclusively of Pullman Parlor Cnrst.ti.l extra, seat' rIce will beobarue. L M to Non-Residents. out an unexpired term.' AND ROUGH t Day concheS operateU-on thus traln.ogwb'uiiuu' ,extra or sent .lure Is charged.PEMXSl'UR -

OJ COU11T' SEVENTH JUDI Ceiling;, Flooring-, Sidltiff, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Mouldings Window ant No. 113 No. U ;'';Ify' :Vo. 15 NO. 110 N'-. )
.Thou VOL081A OF COUNTY.FLORIDA IN IN Citation for Administration Door I'ramea, Newel Posts, Balusters: Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. Sc,.. 1111"0'11 T Ye", l'4ayport It..noh Daily "un. Daily
: .Inbn Only flnn. Only
Shedding for Groves and l"IDerle.fiiII'/ Urates and Box Material a specialty
'' W P In the County Court Volimia county' Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. ""f 'jj 10 10 ""TioP"1J' i "' Lv..Jaekwnvliio.. ..,..A.. Tii & WiW It ( :::::::=
CD and Frank E. Horn!) Florida. By the County Judge of salt 240 p 10110 a', 84" I' 6 6. A Ar..hlo lIol\Oh......... .. 0 fiO a II dO a Tiij..............
UI > ',county. FLORIDA.John iH6 plO 16 .i' 048 1 I' 8 fU.. ........Alhlllllull.aeh........ 8 .15 a it 46 a p..............
J B John v. Hoaa.her husband) Court Wbereas for Letters W MShaffner ul Administration has applied to with this DELAND, 500 1'1110 a 7 ro I 0" a ........... M"LIurt, ............T.V6R0atO_ a'' P...........,.

; 'John U B : .< and John Ross, her bus. the W1annexed\ on the Eatatu ofUrrln: AND (OCCiDENTAL) SfEAnSHlP CONNECTIONS AT MIAfH.\
.J : '' beieby ...required appear Payne, deceased, late of enId County of
Jil B Complulnt. Died bereln against Voluala., f'lIliarir.: tbvrelore: Close Connection Made at Miami\ with Slcaashlpj of the P. & 0. S. S.' Company lor ,
to cite and admonish the
1-., entitled. before .
cause on or
''OF JEdI May County.\. D.Bcoord"1UOO. l Is hereby and kindred' appear and b.f"relble creditors of Court laid,on deceased or before,, to tile be B. Stetson University! Havana; Key West and Nassau. )

., .Cha the newspaper In wbloh this 27tb day ot March, A. D. II* 40, and die objections Three Sailings Each Week. \
If have the
any they to granllni -
published week once a week for i Utters, as aforesaid, otherwise the vanie wll n nbe Trains discharge) passenger. at chip's) aids. No transfers. :
b. T J .. DeLand Florida.
'Vii A. V hand and seal of office thin granted prayed. Theiia Time Tables show the times nt whIrl traMm: mar biexiKH'tml tonrrlvn aeaml tUinart
,> w A D. '1000. Witness my name as County Judge! of the :from the several atatuma.I but their I nrrlvnt or rl C'ba 1rr.1o; ) .Cle1 County aforesaid, this liltb. day of February, to ba hold rcaponslhiesnruuydh.yso.uny.:! oiiiu' ""nOllO" Inlng(nerelruna. .
I' A. H I Bv Ben Fish, Deputy Clerk. 1906. AFFLIIAT3D WITH THE: UNIVERSITY: OF CHICAGO. """
..Fred ] *, J. LEe McCRORY For Copy of the LOCAL TIMS CAKL or Other: Information .
_ & for Complainant. County Jndge. OOLLKQB OF LtBESAL: A.RrSTlu.taoI., .<'dI.re those ol( the University ,"SEE THE TICKET AQEI4T." t

-Ia. 5 of ruloago. Sletaon'i grad. late receIve their legraea from both Stetson: and ...
L ;J ft Chloo!!" .. '. I. D. RAHNER. Asst. Hen'l P/-SS. A' "orI (itl'l r1t t

I' ,M A : Pipe fitting,1: :Tin roofing,. Guttering I law Cl'LLEQK In glands without OP LA.,examination.COULEUK -U"du.lee..t. this College are admitted' to practice I

I J,'fotf ? ECCIiES: and spouting. Pump: I : OK TECH'IOLOIIY-Meohaiilo.il.. CivIl Eleotrloil, 1 Engineering

'I'f .. *r A!?.."* > repaired, wells and tanks made and equipment Mannak, .Training/ course"" lotvllnir todtgreis., ,, Pine- new" .bulldlnt. ;., costly, S We Never Disappoint 'Our Patients ,;: :

& .. ..... ft( to order. of all COLLEdb!: OtT BUSINESIRailing: In' .all Its hriiiohes. Book-keeping by },
.w ....'"'r B"' Repairing beat methods 0iotIlveuouses: open In otber_ d..p.irtinuats. Large faculty' and W* Fulfill Ev.ry Promise and N w Hold Out False IIClD,'. .. ':
I W r Plumber.kinds Satisfaction uommndloui bulldlnx.iPBBPAKA.TOUY .">." .
.. ,< : &, guaranteed. i WIT IMIRF wlthons the half r b..I.aed V.rtooo.l. V thons (
\OAI) ,Mr Oraduatea to .
011.. ,, prepared enter Harvard.' 1C UUnC pain or detention. from bu.lo...| uaolnKluoa Dloo.l Fnlenneared .
J- Tale, I'rlnooton, Darnell, MIohlKnii.ChlonKO an I all nrit class Colleges/ ...,.. to retnra, WItho.5 mercury or mlneml miturl lees of Manly. 1
Bj' ); I next door west of bank, Indiana Avenue. I NORMAL AND fKAUTIUB SCHOoL-1: Klndorgtrtea In Its own build.ing. i n VierorPoslttir iy.av.4i no stlmaln but prman$. :
; < -T 2. frlmar* and Oranamur "School' In separate ,bull lng.: .This souool ea|>e-' i" TM Dr. KIng Medical Oo. .Is>a 'Ui.tUatlna onmil.cdniiUr the {
; r': dully Publla School teaohers. a law*of to* itiit of Ueorifla for tbs trealm,ot sad a r of all
!iirnpareK .
rsnveae.dahonIedI..sw. Dr. K. 0.
/ Klnff. tas fosed.r951s of
\> F MusiC SCHOOL, 10000.00 plpi organ, a dozen piano, separata- build. In.tltutlua. U ''H AL T"ANL! VITALITY fair, 1 true fuouliy thorough courses of study a,a....of .oilaeatpb7>l leUnt' .Bd.arieot. .
I ART SUHUOfx.-New eturllo. Costly. oaata. model. eto. I ', Oar.aooM :ln %h. trtauuvuftor ebronlo dlnraies. lsaa...- l.
& x-_ Ssai we aiebodi merlloel apd eleotrloal'Aenotee.Our
and 'They bold! d
oba U.& aaid rei 1wvl.veoLzwI: : '":zx.x._ SMtson has a faoultrof 41 proft'.aors Instructors. sreea I ono.....equipped wilD Si< lbs aalvenlo: feradle. .*&"*.- .
The great Iron and 'I[ from the Dulvurslt oCUbloHifO, Harvard. Yale Dartmouth Columbia Unlysrusity 10.! x-nr Tlole '0'. and riowanrtla. fact everr (leiilrlimlknof .
- ...ltall'buEd.. iterative formeD and women,produce! I 1 if Pennsylv mln Hq'n Miiwr, 1I.lCIko"II.!! Unlv rslty of MIohlxK", Penaison,' eonlrlvaaos, >n to lbs nieillimJ. ... renlon. Oon"Uertu..te l llflstf l l .
brlorrlolFbeolthaod.woJrtIs and ,. up OUdoaesin the ayatemand renews the normalTigor. I I and other Unvertln! There are over '.10'.0000 In buildings nnd equipment! ; seamed inodttra:: ; la t.7.. :::"p stbnuLote.:n-snlwl/employ a.:. b.s lb.b.a.. ;,'
happiness. a box. Forsalebvnlldruttrlsta. graduates
ninrly nillllnii dollar end ,wm nt u.ul Hnclowed library of over 11.000 _
quurtur : aorf 11011"' "pbxslolmna belns' hsfle.we
: a. UTES US/US/ Ot'0 boxea we will to mnlllt", securely wrapped] on receipt of,price, *a.00 nor box" volumes) a iKuurlfui i.hipol with ,,.qtlvfuriI.tlnrm, Including stained glas* .mi>lor no aaUlwdlifir mesas to s* ore ......... sad I
.IJ. 1- Dr. Mot"e Chemical <* ., ,........
Cleveland OIaiQ; Windows Toll'' paintings, a $1000000 IJl'OurLloan/( Qymnasliim, with oomp'eleapparatus :pson.-oO.O. D.'so. fnrilt.ralssr.eaa u. ..
_" for t by thii tDicaUoa.. Our anus fop tfvatmtmt.v..,... from M 09 ,
? Sale at toe : Alhletio tnnnla
Lumley Onteea Phramacy., an enolnatd Fluid ruunlug tra kt oouru.1' baseball "
__ tot 10 00 par monch.(mtxtiol' r looiu' > _
t---' diamond and gridiron, "brsldea awliumlnir I toll;rowing nd other,porte; avparnte ,. .._ of a ears....bl.a ota84 Utn-t. 'II
0 oTercbtnB Weak' ; .bullillnirs lurmert and women; lIve\ large r"loor"lorleJ' for CbumlvUy, Pbya. f a ": .
: :
) Ics lliuiinrMugy. Mlneroloxy and Ulologyi;.several large museums and shops| fly BEST J.r.rl KKt 13.; CH80N10 DISEASES Bl'ad.l.r': ..II'l.r:1: =: ,

Irregularity., Increase endMOTT3pyIypftre1 rluutrlo UnhU, aluotrio bells), steam heat cement walKs,Jibell reads, broad ava-i 0).t<< ItIINfThbp p5 JIur' a. KIdu.7 IIydoael.'sad Deal... ::: Iroubles w. .sod 5bmsi.o.all
:.-==a-- '_._' mi ; or and nnlah ) vlp mi"s, apaolous oampns, shtuobery and trnee ,soolal", literary and other students' \\'I' UK11LCUIlID.! T'U D......... 1'a81ore .... ID.U....' ,,-olObl,.. J.'aftlo rIva&s ef ....; LIN. ..
; "palniof clubs| mOor .lecture" oounw| LJhrlstlan and not otarlan teaching.':Tbe location "' luoaH Md avnbronto LII..... _..0. ... II,. ..t! .... ,
f mellstrMtJcnXl: > ore "L.IFK BAVKB8" to alt\.. at I 1 (-. ... W ." _. } .
u eJ' 1* beautIfUl and healthful and the expense are low...u' ,- I Itoe K. KlN4 M. Q. mTHE.VOLU ..u.oC .e JIc.r.
a' knovra womnonood. aiding"', 'development of crgnna: and body. No eatalogs, flaws, toldat and inlonuatlon,.address UM I'rcat7 I ,.W ..... .'7I': : :" p"f'l.a' ..I b :::. -..... .1It'. '::': ; "
remedy/ for women Equals th m. Cannot do harm-life r.te .... ..
.u roa 5l 1I..uu,aol.41..syposw s few bu"" ''--'' t aS ..
'b.meC; it pleasure? > .l.OO PER BOX HV MAIL. Sold Lik ,'MUIXBY, A. M...PH. D.., Deil nd,; Flatd .' 'j .'0.'UlAIOfN.4XI5ATIOw M4ISVIC .,J-l jar. .

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