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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1906
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S : : .. .' 'professional cors) : ; that the elevation of the land would I 'J:
be known the character of the ao high that over 8,000 pound) of sugar that mistakes of''tbe gravest ''nature erglades aiia I whole ka s hell: laid '
,. '' lands! were produced) per acre which have been made by'' these drainage out bodies of cypress. Including the Big '
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: number of roads quantity of timber ; .
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JA ; DRAINING THEEVERGLADES left for the land :I
and considerably over companies In their earlier'' efforts by Aa ocean canal brought In from Cypre NortH 6.the CaJcoeabatohle.
a general description of
that would help to make everything an 1100 per acre as, the value of the the removal of all the water and with. Lake Worth, running South' of Lake River consist mostly ot prairie; with '
ATTORNEY and COUNSEI/OR-AT- Intelligent up year's crop. out proper provision being made for Oke cbob... but not Into It, sad running bodies of flat wood, pine timber oat. '
J. LAW, That whole For tbe reclamation of this part of the storage of water for Irrigation across tbe Olade to tha, pipe tered throughout and cabbage wood. ,'.
for twelve years he gave close, the Everglades as ,has been above de. : purposes These, drained land require woods''oa the West side would intercept On the West of. Lake Istok-Poga the ,1
DeLand Florida. unremitting study to the drainage scribed my opinion as an engineer Is a great deal of moisture They all the water of Okeeohobee country 1*: very.high and scrubby, extending \'
Will Practice, In State and Federal problem and all the data that he could that a levee must. be built Nlco I South six township Inside
near
present such a large area to evaporation and out off every particle of' water ;
. Courts gather toward an Intelligent ioiuti'ouwas demus Slough, South of Fisheating i and the crops that they grow do south of ;that: canal thus absolutely the district', ,Ea.ttjf) that la rather '
obtained; that they were endeavoring Creek from the pine woods the the low. with lots of bay till you com to
STEWART: & BLY on I same thing particularly sugarcane and completely taking this supply 'lot ; "
to obtain.a fund ct knowledge !-
West side neareat.the lake extending : the Klraimmee prairie .extending to
anti If they are not properly sup. water away from H. This would drain
I.'.. ATTORNEYS -AT-LA W. V. P. Keller, 0. E.. In the Field worked by out which of It something that his Instructions could ,be East to the lake; thence following plied with water and are allowed to those land South of'this canal 'but the river. In Osceola County within
; the lake margin around Its South end dry out, they become worthless. There would also ruin the district the land I* nearly an pral-
For Diaatoa Co. Testifies them. A canal along
were to find out the quality of the '
Office ID Bank Building DELANO. and up the other side to near Chancy I are certain seasons of the year when this route 75 feet wide and 12 feet Tie. Then yott reach the high ridge
Branch. office over Postomce.DAY'J muck, the quantity of the muck the Bay and thence East to the pine they must be supplied with water deep would cost approximately of vine Umber: known a* the :J'ort
quality of the pine wood borderingon woods. This levee would probably be and during the ripening stage the 11,400,000.00. Drum ridge dividing the Klunmeebaala
Cary D. Landls 0 Bert Finn CONCERNING DRAINAGEWITH the muck, the general contour 'of about eighty mile long. Its construction water must be removed and the ground A canal from Chancy Bay to St. 'from the Bt John basin This

4:, LANDIS & FISH the marsh the general contour of the would necessitate the removal -: made dry to stop growth and mature Lucie River would be possible) i but I ridge enter' the' North boundary of
cypress the quantity of Umber and of muck In the path of the the crops not practicable. It would certainly the district lbou't the range line between -
I ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- whether there was croes.tie timber jor levee and filling la the excavation In my opinion for the proper drain- be mischievous In It. conception, because 83- and 84; and extend Southeast .,
,AT-LAVY. MINUTE'DKSCRIPTIONS OF any other use that could be made [of with sand. This excavation should be age and Irrigation of this region In of the useless cost,' to begin to Juplte'r'' In Township 41. a distance
D Land: ;Florida. ALL THAT REGION. DETAILS OF the Umber and what It would be'good' about twenty feet In width. and the question the total length of the range with and the absolute absence' of necessity of about 70 mile.' This ridge
Will Practice la State and Federal for; what the land would be good for levee should extend from three to four line canals required Is 260 miles :of for Its existence: and It would I* here broken by.a. cypress slough.
'., II' Courtl.I ACQUIRED OPERATIONS AND and what It ought to bring on the feet above the surface of the marsh the section canals 1,512 miles and 'of not accomplish what..,ls ostensibly below i which U 4 continue-, down.(the
I Special facilities for examining and ESTIMATE OF THEIR COST. market. giving a money price; that or swamp through which It Is run. the quarter section canals 4,638 miles; being attempted, that Is, to make the East coast to below Miami a distanceof

perfecting, land titles ..:.....-... level. were taken on the marsh and This form. a levee of about five to six and the cost of the range line canals Everglade productive, and I hold that about 75 mile* more., 1Tie; natural
L. on the pine woods the streams wOre feet above the surface of water of will be $792,0000, of the section line this Is the thing that should be aimed drainage "not ,the territory i,.Nqitheast
J : MoCBORY la the Injunction case of the Southern measured that run Into the glades as Lake Okeechobee the sand being held canals; '13,192,36400 and of the quarter at. It the Everglades are to be made and East of thEy divide drain. Into the
:; States Land and Timber Company well as the streams that run out ,tOr to this height by k buttress of muck section canals $4.790.0111.00. making productive then such drainage will not St Johns', JUTer and ,AtIan: o''Oc: .an.
'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the glades as well as the streams that being placed between this levee and a total length of 6,298 miles and accomplish what It is ostensibly being On either i.side i Jt Is:-flaojwd by
versus the Board of Drainage CominlMkmer run out of the lake; that soundings the waters of the lake for the purpose a total cost of 98,774,396. This ea- undertaken to do. 'The cost of this cabbage .woods, prairieDarahe! :, *.
DeLand Florida. and tbe tax collectors of were taken to show the depth of th, of a retainer. The waves will not Ornate of the cast of the canals con canal would be very heavy and lit sloughs, hammock, ,and I :'cypres
the counties embraced In the drainage muck, to Ihow the depth of sand and! wash this muck but they would the templates the use of a bucket dredge. would be the most expensive of any wanps In mixed formation, .There I i.
iUr B. Wrliht. S. B. Wright Jr. district, a large number of affidavit the rock on canal routes; where It sand as the waves' are seldom If ever I These Irrigation and drainage canal of the route that are under discus a bedy' of cypress Umber' of edD IcI-
BRIGHT & WRIGHT. was possible samples of rock were five feet high and tbls buttress of will also be utilized as water-ways pr sion. This route was surveyed by the usable .stent"OD "the'"Norttrencl" of
was filed on behalf of the complainants gotten and the place noted pn the muck will prevent any breach being roads for the transportation and culUvatlon late CoL James.:M. Kreamer Cblef 'Lake Okeechobee., ..bordering Taylor
ATTORN EYSATLAW.NOTARIES. for the purpose of Informing the map where the samples came from made In the levee proper. This leveeIs of the crops as all plowing Engineer of the Company. In 1182, ONeil: .
PUBLIC Court as to the conditions existing In and those samples were sent North toI to hold the waters of Lake Okee. harvesting cutting and gathering of and was rejected by him. AOant has ne Intend la'a land*
O.BOM at Telegraph Office. tbe district, among which was the be analyzed and tested a* to hardness I chobee from seeping through an" over sugar cane or other crops, can be 1 An ocean canal from Lake Okeecho- wtthln. the' Drainage' DUtrtettlnoi I*

DE> AND, FLORIDA.J following: and friability so as to know what flowing the region that Is to be done by cables worked by motor on I bee starting at a point about 13 mile he Interacted In any manner In the
method It was best to use In exca-- drained. bara98. South of Pelican Bay. to New Riveron payment of the District Drainage tax.:
K.: ALEXANDER, (Copy.) rating, If that was necessary, or This region comprising the main Any system that has for It* view the East Coast, would be 51 mile (Signed) V. P. KBLLER.
Btate of Florida. whether they had any value as a fer arable lands of the Everglades as the simple taking off of the water ofLake In length. This route was surveyedby Sworn' to aad subscribed' before1 tn*
County of Duval. above outlined extend South to a Okeechobee this lIst' 4ay of January; 180.'.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. tilizer. would not fulfill! the me In the summer of 1MI and the
) Before the undersigned personally That he examined and mapped the line drawn from the North line of conditions comprehended In this development. estimates bowed that there would be (Signed) TESSA, DUNCAN.
Office In Brush Block. I came V. P. KELLER to me well Atlantlo Coast from Township 39 Township 49 on the West to the North four million cublo yard of rock to be Notary Public, State of Florida at
DeLand, Florida. : known who upon oath says: That South to Township 60 South both In line of Township 61 on the :East: and In speaking of drainage as appliedto removed at the South end the remainder Large
JVlil Practice in State' and Federal be Is a resident of West Virginia residing elusive and between the Evergladesand West to the edge of the Everglades Lake Okeechobee and the saw being muck. Sample of this SCHEDULE "A".
Courts.O. at Capon Iron Works and that the Atlantlo entering the Everglades a* shown on the' ordinary maps of grass region of the Everglades, I rock were sent to numerous dredge ,
R. A. DAVIS. hi. Me is sixty: year; that he is a on the East side and the glades Florida and Is the region herein referred speak of "drainage" with a view to builder, but I have never heard the
:) civil engineer and mechanical engineer were examined along that entire die. to by me. reclamation which Include both the :, result I doubt, however. that the Cetlmste of the Coet of Levee 15
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. by profession and Is a graduateof tance from three to ten miles; this The drainage proper would consistof removal of the water, and the storing reports were favorable, a* the rock 1* Ft Dp 24 Feet Wide, Top
DBCAND FLORIDA. the Nautical School at Lttltz Pennsylvania was done to establish the characterof a net-work of canals running North of the water In a reservoir for the 110 hard that It will batter the pole of and Bottom.
Office at residence, Indiana avenue.. ; that he has had varied experience the muck lands, as well as the and South and East and West In such use of the lands reclaimed. Lake i an axs. If struck with it. This route
Court House. In mining railroad and depth of muck and the underlying number and of such capacity as to Okeechobee Is the natural reservoir was also rejected on the ground of
... Office Hours: 8 to 19. 11 to 4, and 7 to 8. drainage work and the building of strata. The object of that Information absolutely take care of the water that for the Irrigation of the Everglade expense. Without having data on TRAIN CONSTRUCTION: SYSTEM., .

machinery and buildings; that he of course, was to facilitate plans would come en to this drained area when reclaimed and In that latitude hand I should judge the coat of this
M RS. VLJy Z. BAEBECKE, M. D. lived at Klsslmmee; Osceola County of drainage and navigation. in the shape of rain because no other I Irrigation Is not less Important than canal would approximate 11,500,00000. Good steam hovel working double;

Florida, from 1882 to 1896 and that That he also covered with the same water would come to U. The watersof drainage If not more no, and every An ocean canal from Lake Okee time will easily load .OOO.ooblo yard
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. during that period he was employedby field work the entire Kisalmmee basin Lake Okeochobee would be taken precaution) should be taken to maintain chobee near ,the Rita River to the per da,.
l the Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal out also In series of canals _L _. .. .. At this rate would be about
from Lake Hart in Township 24 a emptying Its level and storage capacity. aam" ; tuver on me nouinwesi coast, progress .
Office on Eadt New York Avenue "and Okeechobee Land Company assistant South to Lake Okeechobee Township Into these drainage and Irrigation Merely to lower Lake Okeechobee by would be about 100 mile In length. one mile a month.. .
DELAND.- FLORIDA. engineer under the late CG!. 46. Lake Okeechobee was meandered canals In which the water would be ocean canals cut through the muck On this route there Is a fall In the If work wa .tarted".t both ends; It
Jamei M. Kreamer, chief engineer of from Flsheattng Creek on the Westside held at any depth ,required. All these deposits and rock strata of the Everglades first 25 miles of 12 feet, leaving onlya would require 40 month ta constructthe
D1 A. S. MUNSON said Company; that this Company I along the West South and East canals would tap the lake and at the or through the uppen Caloosa fall of 8 feet for the remaining 75 levee r .
was engaged In extensive drainage shores to the borders of Chancy Bay mouth of each canal would be a flood hatchle valley or through the high miles with the probability of most of This would cost about S cent per
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. operations In Southern Florida undera :, on the Northeast corner a distance gate. I would have these canals on ridge on the East side of the lake that 75 mile being a rock cut In yard for shovel work, or $1,410 per
/ contract with the Trustees of the of about 80 mile, and all this data range lines six miles apart and extending and by the lowering of the level of my opinion this route Is the natural: mile, or $113,800 for the SO mils.
Office Second Door South of Fisher's Internal Improvement Fund the field was carefully planned) and explained< down the full length of the the lake to drain the Everglades, route for the canal but it should not Transportation of this material from.

( HOURS Drug 10 Store.OFFIOR to 12. a. 3 to 6 at Its operation extending from the on maps which are yet In existence, saw grass tract and turning south would be a suicidal policy. It would be cut for more than one-third of the the pine woods by railroad.. The ,art
: and 7 to 8 p. m. m.; headwaters of the Klsslmmee River and detailed maps were made of the until they could spill their water into perhaps result In drying up the great distance from Lake Okeechobee. But 20 mile from both ends would requireone
DeLand Florida. down to Lake Okeechobee the Ev.,. West and Southwest side of Okeechq the low basin of the Everglades. It saw grass ridges of the Everglades! the canal as a whol. 1 is entirely Impracticable train to carry'away the material
glades and the Caloosahatchle River. bee and the Southeast side of same. would be necessary to construct lat. but It would not make them productive as the expense would be that one shovel loaded this also at a
D'U.' JOHN REEVE, a distance of about one hundred and From the data that was procured eral canals a mile apart running on On the contrary It would simply absolutely out of proportion to Its cost of 2 cent per yard t Toe second
fifty-six miles and embracing a wide the Company deemed It advisable to section lines, eecb: canal cut to withina expose them to their worst enemy value. 20 miles would require two train at

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON extent: of territory; that only a portion confine their researches on the Westside safe distance of the adjoining range -fire. In fact the effect of any The enlargement of the upper Ca. double the cost of the first
of this drainage system was" completed to the lands North of Township line canal but not opening Into it. canal: that baa for Its object simplythe loosahatchle from Fort Thompson to This would make. the cost of the 80
Office In atore recently occupied by and the Company's plans for 49. and on the East side to the lands All tbe range line canals to be fitted carrying off of the waters of Lake Alva a distance of about 20 miles has mile $169,200,
Dr. MeUcttc. Residence 408 West the drainage of the Everglades was North of Township 51, as that seems with flood gates at proper distances Okeechobee without let or hindrance been talked of with a view to giving The dredging of the canal la which
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New York Are.DeLand. never finished. to be the Southern limit of the deep apart and within the square betweenthe will be detrimental to the scheme of that channel the same capacity as the sand goe at 2H cent per sable
Florida. That he Is familiar with the part) of saw" grass and also the elevation lateral! canals each square being reclamation. It might have the effectof the artificial canals leading Into It yard, would cost $1,782, per mile ,or
the drainage district that Is North ,of above sea-level was so small South of six miles by one mile In area; smaller drying the Everglades, but by dryIng from Lake Okeeehobee. In my opinion $140,960 for the (0 mile '
H. D. BRACEY. Township 60 on the Blast side of the these points It was deemed too difficult lateral canals on quarter lines would them would ruin them. It I. a any further opening of this chad-\ The cost of the railroad would be
Dt Everglades, and North of Township to do anything with these land, run from each of the lateral canals to perpetual) menace to the destructionof Del would be Inadvisable as It would about $4,000 per mil. making $ .O.ODO.
45 on the West; that the drainage even should they be found desirable within a safe distance of the adjoinIng the Everglades by fire and their result In the Inundation of the entire Tbe coet of the dredge may. be put A
DENTIST. district embraces practically everything In quantity and quality. From the lateral canal thus creating a complete unproductiveness for want of water. valley of that river and cause a greajt down at $8,000 apleee and, J two.of |hm
; South of Township 82 and East numerous soundings that have been Irrigation system.In would be required. --: ": .
,.,. *econd story McLaurlne Block. In one case it will destroy them entirely deal of damage to property.It '
.- DeLa Florida.1. of Range 17. and 1 1. about '170 mile made In the territory examined. It my opinion the width of the In the other case It unfits them should not be forgotten that In The two shovels would"rcost"*bout
-"' ,\ In .length and 90 miles In width In Its seems that the table rock on which range line canals running North and for cultivation. any drainage system, whether local or 4.000 aplecev em* I lth.i* tralne'about*

: VOLU1 1.4 OOUNTYABSTR andNVESTMENJCO. wldeet part) : that of this territory the glades rest Is practically level and South should be sixty feet and a Muck land being a peat, will take general provision must be made for $ .OOO apiece for,pa. four .trala. :ra
: P. Lake Okeechobee occupies twelve hundred about four to five feet above the surface forty-foot width for the lateral section fire and keep on burning sometimesfor the maintenance of the *ulre canals and .i? ,TRecapitulation.
;/ square miles, and the Everglades of the Atlantic and the Inequall. line canals running East and West. months just like an old sawduat this would require an annual expenditure Tn
Fishi D. Laud!.. J E j-
Bert Cary and Treas. about three millionacres, ; .that Lake ties of the elevation from South going and a twenty-foot width for the small pile, and keep on burning until It Is all. according to the season and &h'i's'i ",,1 ) ?,

President Sec'y rtV A ;;, Abstracts furnishedand titles perfect. of all the water In the water-shed on this table rock which depth of DIng Noith and South; the depth of long as there Is anything left to feed ; the effect of any. drainage Trains atlng, expense operating.$111,100. .'.

ed.' Map. Plata and Blue Prints Sup which 1* principally fed by the KlsImmea muck around the entire South end of the three different sizes of the canals upon and no water to extinguish I iIf If. scheme on the land of the drainage expense*.) k'.J,163,20O'J f J-
plied. River and Flsheatlng Creek Lake Okoechobee average from 13 to would have to be determined by the the Everglades were perfectly district surrounding Lake Okeecbobee: J -
DELANO Opposite Voliwla. County. Bank.FLORIDA together with some smaller streams 16 feet while the depth of muck at depth of the muck. It would be very drained there would be no Everglades en the North East!: and West; no eys- Canal bed expense, operating ..*,140,980. ," >>, 1 .

eomlog into the North end of Okeeebobee the south end of this belt that has easy to dig In that muck deposit. My In five years If fire should be started tem that was confined to the lake and Cost of railroad:.. $20.000
viz.: Taylor's Creek. Henry been examined Is barely one to three opinion Is that an excavator should -not a vestige. It would simply be Everglade would have the lightest Cost of t.
dredges ; 10.000 .
QITY_REAL, 8TATJDOi'FICEO, Creek, Mosquito Creek and Cypress feet In depth. This depth of muck be used on these canals. one Immense ash bed on a rock bottom effect beyond the near neighborhood Cost of shovels. 8,000 I.
Creek; that Lake Okeechobee has going South from Okeechobee holds Its I estimate the total cost of constructing and ab.olutelY'worthlesll.. of the lake and possibly. the stripS -
-- Cost of 4 train.. 20.000 f
E. H.HAYWARD twenty-one natural outlets and three own for over half way of this distance the levee at one million Another essential reason for the of marsh bordering the Klsslmnne sal I
: artificial "one, and the combined then drops off to the shallows given thirty.eight thousand seven hundred storage of all the water possible In Caloosabatohie River and Flaheatla -
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Agency of th* leeding FIre Insurance crosS'Sactlon of the twenty-one out before the general shape of this large and eighty-seven dollar 1038781.00, Lake Okeechobee Is that In the Immediate Creek. 1. 4dd $786,950- .. r
ot-, .Company America-The Aetna. lets Is equivalent to about 3.000 square saw grass tract being that of a turtle. If the sand i Is to be hauled from the vicinity of Lake Okeechobee It The surface water will remain OB 20 per cent for _
.\I | _-- City properly a Specialty. feet. and they together with the three The progress through the saw grass pine woods In on the Jevee I would would have the effect/ of making the these flat pine wood land and pralj- contingencies. 'V' 111,11'1-1. 144,261
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No 308 Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. Add 10 cent ,
artificial outlets, discharge about 5,000 Is very difficult; with seven men It estimate the cost of the levee at five country warmer because that large rte and ponds, swamp and sloughs, per
.; 4 cubic feet per second normal rate 9' was Impossible to go more than three. hundred and fifty.nine thousand seven body. of warm water protects the colia- until there are artificial drain. made for contractor'' .

V. H. VOORHIS discharge: that the natural water-shed quarters of a mile per day;, the saw hundred and eighty-five dollars try around It very much; because all to carry It away, where there are no profit. 'r' .. < 94.431
I of I ake Okeechobee embraces an area grass Is fifteen feet high and the only ($369,786.00)), If the sand could be along on that belt of beach that I natural ones and no amount of draTni
.: Dentist of about 6.000 square miles of which way to get through It Is to take pumped out of the bottom of the lake have spoken of, there are numbers of InK i below that will" have any 'effect' Total coat of 5*.
: : lahed levee..... ,
3,000 are above the drainage district boards and push them In and spread Into the levee. Itemized estimates are rubber trees some of them over afoot unless the draining 1* done locally 18 $1.038.787
| Gross Block;,DeLand, Fla.. In the Klsslmmee baaln 1,100 within( them apart and tramp the grass down hereto attached and marked Schedule In diameter probably 40 to 50 tbat particular spot, This would

,; Bonn: 8.80 to 18 and 1.80 to 4 the drainage district In the Klssmmee and continue In this way. This heavy "A". feet high growing probably 60 to 100 I, quire ,perfect net-work ,of ra AND PUMPING VSTEM.> '
I basin 900 In the Flsheatlng Creek belt of saw grass while It Is generalall The cost of the canals through the years, and they have not been killedby ditches and drain that would have <
basin and 828 on the East and North over the glades Is heavier near muck land free from custard apple the cold simply because that bodyof be carried through the entire limit of That will" require about 10 pump at
: ATLANTIC:*:'' HOUSE. border of Lake Okeechobee; that tbe center than It Is toward the mar swamp or bay, should not exceed ,water protects them from being the drainage district a cost of about $7,000 'apleoe two,
everything East of Fort ,Drum ridge gin. So far as examined this win I over 8 cents per cubic yard to con killed Take away the water and yoi"| This statement ,,applies equally to dredges at' $8,000 apl_' Cost ;ef eperaiiug .
iJ COronado' ;Beach 'In St. Lucle County finds Its way part marsh lie on a bed of white marl struct. In dredging hrough custard remove a storehouse of heat from the that part of Lee County. embrace4 dredges. $1.768 per mile. making
of It Into the St. John' River and from two to three feet deep a kind apple swamps the cost would be con. section Immediately around Lak within the drainage district {i $140,960 for the $0 .nllee, (
Opens Jose *.- Delightfully situated the remainder Into the Atlantlo of conglomerate of the consistency of slderably greater say from 10 to 12 Okeechobee, and If you hold the water Neither would any system of coca Cost of operating ,aaad. ,|8H'r
pumps
'"Thl.' house i Is be '
; I overlooking l"K/ f' "thorough acean.: repair and will be Ocean; that Fort Drum ridge divides putty facing the underlying rock. An cents per cubic yard. up there six or eight feet of warm canals have any effect on ,.the ,Kls cent per eublo yard, or II,'" per
unde1jkOtnan! &ement of W. W. Al- the water of the Klsslmmee basin analyst of this white marl was made The custard apple 1 I. a small wild water on the lake would probably/ Immee River, as that river soon get mile, making $17414) .(or the SO
.cott of The Metaose, DeLand which and the Okeechobee basin from the by Prof. Harvey Wiley, Chief Chemistof fruit tree that grow Id profusion protect that entire marsh that wouldbe above the level of Lake Okeeehobee miles.. ,e.i .
.-.aaaurc for U iipkndid service and water of the upPer St. John's the United States Department o' around the shores of Lake Okeechoj r brought Into cultivation from the and a* soon as It"get* above! tha 11IltII'aU08o
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good' table. Ad4t..*- W. W.- Alcott. and the Atlantlo and the rivers' Agriculture and he. reported that In bee and can be utilized In planting frost; It would keep.enough heat so level nothing below that' affect I 'IACo
DeLand. After JMUB 1st. Coronado. running Into the Atlantic and Its ,crude form It bad great value asa tbe lake wall of the levee a* a protection that In one night It would save millions stalL *t'of pump..,.{.$1 10,000 'i-/

'n< 'W. CANNONS'. extends South about 160 mile fertilizer as a top dressing.' j against the force of the waves of dollars. The: I I. nothing In There I I. no reason In fixing aa arbltrary Cost oC dredge ..... li.004)
). on the East border of the Eve'. I The muck over this entire area I Is and also to bold the muck facing nature that Is a greater storehouse for .lln* where the drainage Hneiar Operating pump:.. 197424)
LiYerj, F cd..and' Sale Stables. glades. being broken In several places well decomposed,: and taking It M' a together. ) heat than water. It hold more latent *. now, run. It la either a Stat Operating i dtdgss.14G$40.-J494.fl): '

'11 PaYhknwbUi by the streams and slough draining whole quite solid.' There are many This Is the only plan I know of tha heat than anything else we have and proposition) or, It,1*. a Dralaag ,Die!, Add 1 20p.roSsg.aos., !i jtUngenclee "' .
. 'Pin" Turnout ,Into the Atlantic that the surface of little sinuous sloughs all through I It will successfully accomplish the work that I. a thing .we, should not lot* trlct proposition .affecting only.. th<* ..,'......'...., S) 84.U
Bus meet *lt train at A. Oj L. Depot.Hark the Everglade being lower than tha' sometime clear water and sometime I consider tint the best plan because eight oLAfilant j land .that are drained., U It.U

..>(). a,*. InePt train norning*t Orange and Ulty afternoon, and night F. K. water of Okeechobee: are naturally a loblolly or soft bog but their are* It.fills the requirements from an, agj, has kept in touch with the! State proposition then the whoU '.1'$SOSJ' **
trains at DeLand Junction. U. H Mall Inur.jated by. the latter; .that none of I I. very limited compared.to the whole rlcultural standp f t for the successful scheme for the drainage of the Ever! State should be Included In the drains Add 10 per cent for .act*.. 7. if >*
!tooth routM. UMK meet. bint at B.resford.saentl .. those stream leading out of Lake area. Thlsland] _would, brink very tillage of the sol) alter its reclama,' glade now being contemplated, and age district If It 1*"not a State af, tractor1prodU.. ..\...... 8 $049)
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borste and. ...'...nl drlv_ Okeechobee: Into the Everglades havjs little from | drajnkge, probably not Uon. The drainage of this muck. )am finds that the Irrigation feature of th* fair then It should be eoaflned triotly. .. JIJ.

w.- ,. D.LaadHs. a length of more than 2J4 mile. except more than 16 per' cent of the deptft Is not merely a question of .the removal problem has not. been;.mentioned, and to the reclaimed.... j 11',7"tNto"M't.. ...
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'' the one that run Into Pelican Lake of the muck,deposit, and to a rule an of the water but the controof he II of,the opinion that If the plan The land wttala the Drainage IMav ,.
.....r Exeirsleo- Rales via AUaatleCeast and they oon lose their channel and land tbat 'grows saw'" grass 1* decldedly'the.best0of'all the water. a, It I* Jist| a* necessarj, cUlled are carried out, the recla.matlon trlct outsld of the BvergTade*) are) o4 Tk*> leagU ofe'..*au*>.el tor"fete,
pZ:' : ...... their: water become gradually dissipated :! '1 the marsh land to supply a proper quantity of wale of the Everglade 'will not! a varied character, and eompriae eevj, worknwovJd lie $.;laasttftAl. *** ......

,. Summer excursion rite to all sum.J over the surface of the aladei.I that wej have, ,* fit. .Cloud near for growing crop here, a* it I i. In th be accomplished but. the"Glades wD, era! classes,I pine 'woodsvi'hlgft\ sad .ejoanlettnc I *, .U., eretrt' earem. .,,da>!v',
, ', via IBM Tb.excursion Atlantlo point Coast Una are'now No on nqeble'sale,'I That he has been all over that territory. .Klsslmmee, the beet sugar cane was arid West The question Is not K be ruined, as .an agricultural propo I low hammocks,. cypress *wampe. bay* :, The muck battreuln* 'waeJoT. M* b.. \
. 'grown .on tile laud> that possessed th much one of drainage- It I of Irrl sltlon.Afflant. high taw .-'.* the"matertaltwiicky T ..1
to answer qneetloa. 'For rate. resenran Inspecting, the land, making .... prairie, and< Mad, **arhe .
ttona' or any Information, oomtnanloaU ,.surveyfinding levels.tad gathering mos\.saw .tra... .gyerllel": ofa. gallon both being necessary In an] doe not think that any com Tbat part of Lee County"'tmalde tt< >bed 'cdth! ",..... _
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l, 'f' "" "' Dtolrto f..eagerA en.. except to know everything: so that it yield of UtcN.: to the acre was pro! Is, a small Item In tbe complete recla! hue been' made. nor any; ,oomprehen of flat pine wood*.. tnUran red 'wkktes .... ooatIa.. ...... .Ifi' \
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,' VOUiSIA COUNY & TilE I,' I.w4' ..-,IU"!*"NT'IIAS' ,! .OIONE. THESCIIOOL BOARD. STETSON UNIVERSITY.The ALL OVER.THE COUNTY 'Orange 'City.Mra > I rerg \ rdttg Disease.'Man .

I .,.;J A1 I times woman call on their family
!f ator aile1f TfXa.J j says ., I A ? "k. } ;. I physicians. suffering, as they" imagine

' ''W.. that! !.'1psevolt ha .....oostJ. wore Appointments to Schools for the Bible l I" the foundation of the TKM8 OF INTEREST WAFTED TO W A Sharp and children'star ,1 disease ono from, another dyspepsia from, another liver from or kIdney heart

.' Bntered In the an Po&'Xffloe t at ihaLand. FlaM and i is worth less than any other work at Stetson University.. It Is given THE KECOltll.OFFICE BY ITSCORRESPONDENTS. last Wednesday for their home,in. the disease another. from. nervous exhaustionor .
School Year. .
,. Ensuing I prostratIon another with here and
pain
, second olase matter.B. West.
J the most in tbe organization .
President/; this country has ever prominent place thore, and In this wap JMf: all present {/
) / Board met Monday evening July 3d, and work of the various schools. -- Mrs Belle J rnegan, who baa been alike to themselves a r easygoingand
had. Even in the South Bailey ;
: E. PBETATT, EOlUr Proprietor 1000. with all members and Superintendent It Is rend dully' to the entire body of Pierson. here during her sister's illness, left Indifferent and distinct.:. or disease over-busy I *, for doctor which separate he,

L-. : will find few fair-minded citizens oresent. students. at the chapel exercises. AU! Tnesday for her Orlando home; also her assuming them to be such prescribes his

t\:\ .,' '_ TICKET. who will agree-with htm. Minutes of last meeting read and ap are required to attend, yet the attend. Carllle and Powell shipped! a fine lot husband who came to attend Mrs Gal- only pills and ivmvtnmi potions.canned In reality by: :: ,some they uterine are all

: _DEMOCRATIC, More\ has been accomplished proved. ance la not made Irksome. The students of dressed pork to Palatka last Friday. low..,'. funer l. disease. The physician Ignorant of the

"... : Commissioner that come and delight to come to this service Word from that.Dr cause of sufforliig.encourages this practice -
the last Causey reported Chicago
NATIONAL his term-even in } ,yearto"bringthe"piraKcat ,! ;-: After lengthy! stay with. sister In comes until large bills are made. The suffering -
i ** '' bfOongreaa'Sii'iT. tflsirlutFRANK \ trusts into: repairs at Seville bad been made as per which is tbe most pleasant exercise of :Massachusetts" ,MIss Ada.Jones returned Robinson spent the 21at of Jane with plotlontgotano! better, but probably .
; For JIemb r .
: the Instructions, of the Board. the whole day. home Friday. Miss Dickinson and brothers,from there worse, by reason of the delay wrong
CLABK. to taw'than in three complrcatlon..
:. subjection treatment and consequent
'II".1: : '" The Chairman and Superintendent, The Bible I la the conspicuous thing at The Ashley timber hauling he went to EauClalre.f'Win,, .anil !vISited A proper medicine like Dr. IMorce's Fa-

r .",' ,sTATti. decades since theinter-state, commerce reported that they had executed quit the morning devotion. Long portion this place lost a valuable ox companyof Saturday a few days the families' of.. Mr Bnllen would vorite have Prescription entirely, directed removed to the the disease cause, .

'/ For Justices of the Supreme VortnHARLESB.PARKHILL. law was.passed., claim deed as per Instructions of the are read at: each service on a systematic from beat.OecoraJ'or and Mr Flnney.: i' I thereby dispelling all those. distressing.

,, Roosevelt has" brought about Board to Mrs. Lydia Hand. plan. In the conrse of the year a large If any are in doubt aa to what day symptoms and Instituting comfort Instead

-.; '' JAMBS B. WHJT'lBLD.i. the railway'rate bill, which will The Superintendent reported that asa number of books of the Bible carefully painting the' Charlie D F Harper Miller dwelling-hons of Astor Is this la we would sk them to look at the well said of prolonged that"a disease misery known It has Is boon half f

(t" rot State Ballroad Commissioner result of the June examinations lie selected have been read in their entiretyto Orange City Hotel, when 'thev will be cured."
NEWTON A. BLITCH, giveIs honesty in freight ship In West Pierson. Favorite Is
K. HUDSON BURR. had issued certificates as follows: the whole stndent body. convinced it Is July Fonrto The beautiful sclentlHo Dr. Plerce's medicine carefully Prescription devised by a

4 ".. ping.He Carrie Boyd, first grade; Jessie Pelton, Last year the book of Psalms, the Our most agreeable neighbors, Mr and decorations so- tastily arranged are an experienced and skillful physician

'"' coumv. is winning; out in packing C. E. Orth, second grade; Sue Sissler book of Proverbs, EoclHslaotes, Amos, Mrs Rosengreen took a pilgrimage to certainly enough to convince one that It and Is m:8e: to native woman's medicinal delicate I roots system.It andIs .

./ '70r BUM Senator 28th Senatorial Din. riot, house inspection, which will putan third grade. Esther, Mathew, Mark, Acts, UalatianaEpheslans DeLand l last! week. Is a festive occasion. More later on. perfectly harmless In Its effects In any

..; I'.... *; FRANK "W. SAMS.. end to unwholesome meat. COLORED. Phllllplnns. Golosslnns, First Rev William Campbell filled his appointment Mrs Dnnlap and'' Mrs Palmer invitedthe condition As powerful of the system.Invigorating tonlo. "Favorite -

Y. 'for Members House of Representatives He has \ Angelina/ Wiggins, Amelia Ambroseand Corinthians, Timothy Titus, James and in the Baptist.church her musical talent of Orange City to Proscription Imparts strength to
practically destroyedthe
V' D. F. MOBBiaON S. O. Sima third grade. Peter were read with emphnAla and :Saturday'; and Sunday. Inn" to the whole system and to the organs distinctly -
1 "Drift evening -
JOHN B. PARKINSON wholesale of Western Saturday practice feminine In particular. For over )
stealing .
i students
; all the These .
Communication from R. R Ponton clearness to The .
1 Orange City bows of Mr and-Mr for the Fourth of July celebrationat worked "worn-out. "run-down, debilitated -
s p" For Clerk Criminal Court of Record lands by syndicates, and read and filed.Petitlonllrom. ,scriptures are-read without comment Shephard Hashes baa been brlirhtenec, the Hotel. The outcome of this rehearsalwill teachers, milliners", dressmakers,
BRISTOL:
OJORG: W. "shop girls, house-keepers.
1,1( ,. 'For 'of saved millions of acres for set the patrons of the De- without any sectarian bias but always June 27th, by the advent of a pretty probably be'an ''orphaetra of nursing seamstresses.mothers. and feeble women generally )r

'.. 't: county'Assessor Taxes tIer Land colored school were presented and with a view to impressing their aplritna little ten pound girl baby some fourteen or fifteen pieces and will Dr. Florae's Favorite ProscrIption
8. B. WILSON. Is the greatest earthly boon being unequaled -
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and the
to eliciting religious
Collector It i is because of President Sled No action taken. teachings! MIss Axellne Jevert a lovely, Swedish doubtless be heard or beard from in tbe as an appetizing cordial and restorative -
For Tax
tL the students
.it. The following appointments were life in the hearts of and tonic.
,; t ., v ,P- ? SMITH., Roosevelt that there is to be made the students make a fine response to It. young lady who has been with the near futur:1: As a soothing and strengthening nervine -
: family of Key A Stenwall for 6 "Favorite Prescription"Is
unequaled
F.;..".( For County Treasurer Federal prosecution of the Stand. Daytona-J. L. Wright. Principal; They listen attentively and reverently. lert Wednesday for Chicago.W years An Apt' pupil; and Is Invaluable In allaying ana subduing -

'" > ,i. JVINZ&JST ard Oil Company, Asslatanta-M. E. Brown, Clara Wilkin.son. The Bible is Its own best commentary. A profesKor who, wheu !asked 4 question nervous exhaustion excitability, irritability,
H nervous prostration,
Andrews the nervous
Instruotlo handsome clerk
; t For Co. Superintendent. Publlo It i is because of him that fines Esther Holland, Rosa Noble, Mary It will t..Jlltl own story and do its own \vnn In the habit of saying: "Tbll neuralgia hysteria spasms, chorea, St.Vlt..s' .
>.'. O. BOTT8.For Stones, Lottie Northrup Emma Ap. work pften the preacher\ !! relies, toO and counter1 jnmpper for Capt A Iii II'a vol'V rood point ludeed:'Look It,IUP' .dance,and other distressing,nervous -

." -' "j ,''' County Commissioners aggregating $90,000\) ,have been thorp and Lncle Haecker. I, mnch on bin 'own comment. and not Flowers of Seville. was here, guest of for yourself." was once much disgusted functional symptoms and commonly organic attendant disease of upon the

;. .: DI.trlo' tOe I-ft. D. BROOKE imposed upon-five packing; com DeLand Principal's position blank I enough on the word of God to do its the Harper Magnolia Thursday.Joseph' with a student who had failed to uterus. It Induces refreshing- sleep androIlOVR
F ". .Dtalriel No. i-.rR&NJ III BOND.r : i 'te'n dollar answer a very simplequestion./ .. "Mr. mental anxiety and dnspondnncy.Dr. .
and 'a railroad and two work. There is where Poweulost a bill at
. -Dlatriot No.,8-W., HMoBRo panics Assiatanta-Elizabeth G, Standing. Mae own no place Plorce's Pleasant Pellets Invigoratetho
!:" DI.trio& Noi-E. I.. POrTER.Y. JIIU"R-'Y. : freight brokers' sent'' to jail, for Mabbette, Mra. A. J. Farrab Marvin the Bible should have a better hearing the Baptist ,cba'roli' here Sunday., A Jones. Raid be, "I'm to surprised cannot.J hat stomach, liver and bowels. One to "
DtsuzeI No. 5-TH08. J. liberal, reward paid if returned left you, who ore going teach. three.u dose. Easy to take as candy
Y.i' 'tor kembers Board Public Instruction, violation of the anti-rebate law. Harwell, Carrie Ercles, Lottie Ecclea, than among the students. Students are or answer aut'h' uu elementary '"question.Why .
>; with S E Smith or Jake Harper.
seekers after trnth. They should
''TMstriot No. I':" ,)'. L. CHANDUtB.' It i is because of him that fine Carol Roseborongh Catherine LaFon what would you do If one of your
I District No. -A. B. PRRVATT.: *" tlsseOstaen welcome the truth wherever they findit Miss Mary Harper and Miss Legette pupils were to ask It?" "Well, profess

I f'' ,, iairto t S-OEOUGE! : F. CKOOC0.It ; ; amounting to' $10,000 were imposed -C. R M Sheppard, Principal; and they will do BO, whether found in Hagstrom, two typical Southern beauties or," replied tbe other "If such a thing ---_ .

.j upon another railway and Assistant-Charlotte Bradley the Bible or In Science. left Wednesday to visit. Miss Har had happened: before I came here I'm

i: -- is now 'up 'to the Panama two of its officials for a like of Ormund-Carrie Boyd, Principal; Assistants Stetson University Is laying its fonn. per.to May port and Miss Hagstrom. to afraid I would have said plainly that I
dation broad and deep In the Bible. The DeLand. didn't know, but now I think I'd do
-Mary Green Annie Fildea.
l loci fense.It WELCH
Oommisiion to show that a JOHN B.
do and 'Look It ,
Emporia-Amy Mann. I University was founded( for the'glory ot Just ua you say up
A salesman for her
!w t.. canal can be built on the level. i is because of him and his Hawks Park-Mat tie Mix. God and His church. It baa been bull lust week and sold a 7000 nursery peach was trees to my boy; look It up!' "

: fJ: sleepless zeal. and. unceasing activity Holly Hill-Mrs. I. M. Mabbette, by Christian men and women whose lives ORANGE CITY, FLA ,
Principals Assistant-Maud :Milbnrn.Lnngren Harper and Minshew.\ who will set a No I'roeraMtlnatlon.
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. King Hakon' hajoined. 'the that the great corporation Gertrude have been inspired by tbe Bible. Its "will -
( Turner. ,40 acre orchard, and 2000 to Peter Pier "Ethel, be whispered you
ranks. ,of.those whom. the life insurance have been made.at last to under DeLeon-Edna Wllllconjbe.Seabreeze work Is planned in the spirit of the son to finish setting his 23 acre orchard many. we?" Fancy and Staple GrocerIes Tobacco ..
"extra -W. A. Rash Principal; Bible. It Is expected that this prom I.n..nce I. '-I don't know, Charles" she replied Cigars.
companies rate as stand that they not superior Morrison & the well-known
are Assistants-Helen Bur malJ. Ethel Byrd, naval .
! given to the Bible will be emphaxized coyly.
hazardous." to law, but must conform, to it or Wetherell. Gnssie Moffatt, Alma Halliilay. in years to come and that 1 It stores manufacturers of east Pier "Well, when you find out," ha said. Dry Goods, Shoes Hats, Etc., Etc. (
son.bappeneded to abad misfortune las word will ? I
suffer heavy rising "send me you .
consequences. Glenwood Winnie will bear fruit in the way of proving -
: r' Llndqnist. week. The plant and stock on baud Hhall be nt Mabel Hicks' until 10
Messrs. Bryan and Hearst are .The: :paper trust ,has: been detroyed. Kingston-J. M. Chaffer Principal; that Science and the Bible are not Canned Good
hear from and Freshest ,
4 were destroyed by fire. The total los o'clock. If I don't you by Best
As.dstant-l\frs. J. B.
, ,, both watching for the endorsement Garrison. necessarily In conflict. False religion ,
\ II Blake Minnie Carrow. sustained about $3,000. 10, I'm going to ask ber-Lou'ou Tit. constantly] on hand, and all first
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." from Princeton and preparing and false science 1o conflict. False Bits. clues Groceries for your table.
(The fertilizer trust faces eighty Coronadu Aland Strother.
: ; Braddock-Minnie Htewart. religion and trim science are in confllct Mrs Ashley, the faithful, model home .- -. -- .. ,
: to dodge; ':'J --
,. I, _- indictments.- .' COLORED True religion and false. Hclnnce loving/ wife of Capt R H Ashley of this Simplicity. Country f Produce bought
.. The tobacco trust has been DaytonaPrincipal; Assistants are in conflict! but true religion and place left Monday, accompanied by I am (convinced both by faith and : .

Chicago'" "packers; would like -Wilhelmlna Johnson, Mauiie Morri- true science are never In conflict. her granddaughter little lady Flossie experience that to maintain oneself
compelled to its books into
Sinclair bring ann TC; ...I1..., _T 11........,... ---. son-in-law and on this earth 'Is not a hardship. but a Order receive careful attentionand
much to have Upton AU'" v. to visit her! daughter
very court, and two of its constituent Ormond-L. Whiteman.! Principal pastime, if we will lire simply and delivery prompt. You will .
appointed an inspector and I stationed companies have been indicted. Assistant-Amelia Ambrose. : THE FRANCHISE IS ADOPTED.Iinjtonn Mr and Mrs D D Durden, at Auburn- wisely as the pursuits of the simpler And my prices as low aa the lowest
call.
:, New Smyrna-Georgia Howard nation are etui the sports of the more Hive me a
somewhere near an open 'I eat
< dale.Mr
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The drug trust has been en- Stetson-S. E. C. Sims. Property Owners Deride by and Mrs David Limbangh are artificial.-Tliorcaa.! ._:""..'.
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1. lard vat. .1< oined.Directly. After auditing and approving the lllur Mujorfty in Favor of Daytona, mourning the death of their baby boy, ----------..- --... -- -
back of one of Trea nrer's books. and drawing war- DeLnnd & St. Joints! River It)'. who died in Jacksonville last Tuesday ,
every for bills the board
remarkable to rants adjourned to
: It is contemplate these moves against .corporate meet the first Monday in August. and was brought to this place by them ; % :_q B'
< the! ,number of;:,things "Congress I' Tbe election to decide :whether the and hurried in the Mt Zion Baptia '
it had greed and lawlessness was President people of Daytona wanted the Daytona, church Rev Stenwall i
i has accomplished that no cemetery. A conducted
Roosevelt. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The DeLand & St. Johns River Railway was WATTS & MILLER CO. i
a short service at the
) idea of doing when it first metr grave. I
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Due allowance can be made held Tuesday, and by the overwhelming
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thla'se'Bsion', .' Tax Levy for 1906 Made at majority of 134 to 7 they decided in Carl HaKstrom and Eugene Pierson, i '
I for Roosevelt's blunders
egotism, two of Pierson'a best left
Favor of the road. 140 votes were cast, very youths, HARDWARE FURNITURE .
King Peter Karageorgevic.il: compromises and recklessness of Session This Week. but eight of them were not properly; Tuesday for a nix month sojourn with 1 f

speech, and there still remains Board met aa per adjournment: marked and were thrown onto friends in New York ann Connectlcnf ,
'ought to'pay a visit to King Hak- Present. F. E. Bond. Chairmen, R. Q. They both fine handsome and
: ali immense balance of worth The railroad i is now an assured fact are boys,
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on and see h w.. revolution can Brooke, W. H. McBride, T. J. Murray of pleasant and attractive manners. Mr UNDERTAKINGA
hat. cannot be discredited in the and S. D. Jordan, Clerk. and Daytona should be gratified with
be conducted ci without boing a C H Meriain acccompanied them as far
the prospect of soon having direct rail
The following Road and Bridge reoorta -
minds of the American
,. people.If Charleston.The .
aa LARGE COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE. FURN19 !
''drain on the life insurance com- '1 were submitted: communication with DeLand and the AND: ;, -
Uist. )Ho and work Ala' /-% nltnre and Hiveryinmg ror your nomn. toe Best, ann' Latest in
Repairs on Robinson base ball
I St. Johns River. team of Seville *
; 'panies. .. vote for tha Oonstitu- Orlando road. the Market and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for thetIE'
you Mr. Rieraan ia home from attired in handsome uniforms
expected I fino class of Goods we carry. IJOnr Furniture Department Is three
; .. Diet No. Trimming trees on I
tional amendment continuing the Glenwood road. the north soon and work will be pushed I crossed batts with the Pierson team las :w doors north of our Hardware Store an,1 when in need of anything In i
A contemporary suggestsf a his !ffi onr lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through/ eithe. depart
Board of Drainage Commi sion- Diet No 3-General repairs. rapidly on retnrn. Thursday. Eight exceedingly fast innlnga .
I t, 'commission to find 'out what the ment. We have the goods need and will satisfy
f yon you or yourmoney
No.6-General .
Diet
repairs. A baa been the .
ere of Florida you vote an increase camp opened at the Tomo'ka were played, score being 8 to .9 back. ..
restaurateurs make hash out of. The Committee appointed to mark River, about five miles west of Day. I 0 in favor: of Pierson. Mr C W Cook
of taxation,: on the dry and view change In DeLand and Lake Careful Attention given all Mall Orders.
; Not t Even the restaurant! men ton and seventy-five men are now at; umpired the game, and Mrs Jake Bar
Helen road read and
was filed com-
and burden the
[' have some rights that we, are *, a perpetual on mittee discharged and opening of work at that point under the direction]I per and H R Braddock were scorers UNDERTAKING

bound to respect.Indiana tax; payer of the State, and a per- said road declared legal. oC Chief Engineer D. D. Rogers. More I We are in the midst of watermelons.The .DEPARTMENT.

t : etuat,' 'graft: for the ,State ad- The bond of A. U. Botts Superintendent men will be placed along the line aa fast; very word brings up visions of the Mr. J. H. Gentry, a graduate, I
of Public Instruction ,
; : for as they can be secured and grading will In embalming and licensed by
W politicians on. both nuiistration.and: its favorites and .!lKH( ), was approved.The luscious red meat surcharged with a
;; the State Board of Health I U in
. matter of assistance for Mr. be harried along. nectar fit to offer a king/ also peaches, r
pet We are taxed I enough. ; ,
'
lliemselvesiito of this and '
Ag charge department -
.ides,
:;: ; ,have pledged, Pendleton was refused on the ground The line bus been surveyed through. he: sweet queen of fruit. and then can- will give and careful ,


;' campaign.; .No wonder the farmers of" increasing;. ,Look.. ,,,:eJJ i into Kingston The communication was ordered filed from for citizens Info.. been located and much' preliminarywork have the right of-way now in the !1S f work. a- I' '

are complaining about the scarcity -: the, measure and when-- yon mark matlon. accomplished. larper[ store grown and brought In by j P Funeral Supplies

of harvest hands the State' yomr ballot in November be care* The claim of A.. S. J. March for Hurrah for the Daytona, DeLand and Peter .Pierson and Raymond Moody, '

" .''i":: ; in ful to.martr. it,' a'gaiiist(the'Co'nIItltutlonal ;. damages'through 8ustalned tbe bridge by his at Aiken horse tailIng ford- It.Gazette Johns News.River Railroad I-Daytona farmers and truckers of East Pierson. p .AlwaysJn,, Stoicki! 'I

r, The trust'peopfe are complaint amendment. Keep was referred to attorneys of Board. ---- Pierson'a arrivals and departure. for B9

the hand oiitof'the lion's The Clerk i is hereby; granted requi- WillliiiiiHon Telia. "How 'tis." the /glorious Fourth: Mrs I C Hughes .
ing bitterly" about the crusade !.rnouthpnd ?
sition for
two warrant account books went to Pembrook, Ga; Mra. Ira
lL t 'e1 'You will not have.'There It la time now for inure reason and .
for Treasurer
title
, against corporation,They might ? County : one text Reaves and son to Crescent City; Mr B \ 1 I
1tlOi
look and to have ) book less How do know
tax and prejudice. we that
r- remember!that: : little decency pul .lit pUG. book No. 3, bound. B Ranliaon and wife from Fort Lauder-
map the reclamation of these, lands Is even a
,
:i and forbearance on their part The sheriff is hereby Instructed to possibility? Have ''we ever bad the report dale, ta this place; Miss Hilma Peter. '
)\. i is dozen convict auita. son and several girl friends went to Demand KLICkEHBROS
;:11'r would have kept the crusade. from. nobody' guileless purchase one of any reliable engineer! T Has any -
The bond of J. R. Wetherell, C W Cook of McCIenney .
Super. ; came
,
. '\': developing. nough,8ays\ the New York World, survey ever been made of this particular
f.: visor of Registration, for $500' was lire; C W Brown of Baker bo rg, wentto
to, think' the I Republican party territory
approved. Nlerctiant Tailors
Charleston S C Base Bailer Her-
I't; There f is one advantage about would ever have made a reputa- Criminal Court cost bills were examined :- Answer these questions in the negative mon Pye took bin Fourth; at the county I

1 .those Bussian names that are api ti oii for'..regulating corporations and approved for the sum of as you are compelled to do, and Iw
slop 01, and Clerk instructed to issue '
r' pearing in the'' dispatches ; itdoesn't iL' it had not been for Mr. Roose- warrants therefor. scheme we have of nothing a fanatic more who than blindly a wild plunges cat seat.To those that campaign controversy Th\ree\ Doors South from Fisher's Corner'

1,1;: make any difference1 velt.. Senator Bailey. is one of the The regular meeting day of the Into a rookIes squandering. of the money 18 meat and drink: "I love to see mv customers 1
Board is hereby fixed for the first
-.
I ""W whether they are.'spelled forward eminent Democrats 'who are 'uesdav of each month, except that alld credit of the state for the benefit and friends but for heaven's sake We are now located on South Boulevard- ibrW r 1 "doors from Flsher'ai,

rd: :: or backward. They* are unprononnoeable fond of asserting that the'Pre the Board shall meet on the first Mon. only of a favorite few who will thus become leave your political palaver at home or corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call'I'' I

"' either I Ir ide'nt day where the law so directs; the endowed with that proverbial In the// scrub. I want the people to and inspect our New Line of Samples, for loth Ladies and .. I
r. way. pilfered most of hit popular ClerIc: to notify the Board the meet- In-the latest
"iioeneeto steal.". please not dlwmsa the late primary or Just Fashionable Styles! and Colon .A fit U always-
r I"" \"' policies 'from the De'tn'ocratio nga to be held on the diet Monday. guaranteed you by ua. The best material on the matket for the mon
U r: The packing" house' .concerns < 'The rifle bond of R. D. Hartod waG We repeat that no duly authenticated politics in my store any longer./ Mr ey. Stylish suite at popular prices-suita that wear well and that give'
p, larty. Doubtlesa he; clid. But approved and Clerk instructed to report baa ever been made of a survey Harper make the above earnest request satisfaction.: We are prepared to turn out more and better work, :
who haveJust been collectively surely'Senator,B iIdy'cannot believe > sue license therefor. 18'1 of this locality And we say also that and it is hoped\ will be heeded. Mr than heretofore. Remember the place'and' give us your order.'Sulta. ."

I i' ;fin a$100,000 In Kansas City aredeliberating that a chief executive who The communication of Emily Pri-' he "horseback opinions" of a few engleera' Harpet baa prepared an honor list In his .repaired, pressed or cleaned., ayn f eratefffe.J\ '

I ;,:' as to how much more deaux was Bled for reterence. '' who have of their own volition, tore for his customers to write their
done .
ms more to carry1out'Dem The matter of the cost bill in case KL1CKER BROTHERS
I p .:thant thisu they shall< take out of ocratic' policies 'than the Demo- 01 Henry Blackwelder was reterredto ventured into this barren waste, are names and opposite what they are doing DeLatcIFioirda' \.....
attorneys of Board.Tbe' very widely divergent. The most con- for each other. A passing lawyer
I t, ,the consumer. as a warning to thecujts ratio party itself has been able I Tax Assessor la Instructed to ervitlve of these reports we have ever wrote-I plead for all. A doctor-I prescribe ..

I': :. not'Jo,"do jt,agai. ,Ir o'do; l Is worthlessthan any other assess the Orange City Waterworks. yet seen or heard. gives p level of only for all. A butcher-1 sell meat to '" .L .---.---- '." ., =; ,

':' I .q; 4-4 4h I ; t i ?'reaidenfc"! we ever had. ] for li)0) at $3,000.) even feet above the aea. alL Rev Lowder I pray everybody,, .' "q '

r : President Roosevelt, it l is said: .-, The tax books for the year IflOO were With such figures before ns, I, I 1s.to Some farmers-We feed tbe people. Pete '
.' S > examined and compared and the tab. 'and Orange City Wagonjani Blacksinitli I Shops. .
I':; : ;:'fs! has told visitor.1 that' Mr. Bryan : ,7a ld.g House.ftbjrnet ulatIons at fixed by the. tax assessor ay the least. the manifestation of onvarrented Pierson Raymond Moody mopped .
I honest faces and
their scratched
I baste in
were approved and the following mil jumping at con-
*; will nnd6iibtedljr' b* the 'd m& Are coming Into fashion, and the '
f for the 1006 fixed their heads and wrote-We furnish them
; ages year were : : .nsiona and buying and building -
, k Y:''''< cratic nornin' and that Mr.. Taft 1II.ten.111 soon be a* plentiful aapnatr irneral Revenue Fund ;..,, ....5 mills at such expensive plenty ,.vegetables, .aad watermelon Wg.t_ .. 1 1 3 1 ijlaa Mils' or RjjUiralx; \ onj> S\o&i..g! a
,08t. Both mar' be rather obctlombl School Fund.. ro. .... .... .. ....6 mills] machinery exorbitant: j I'
I'I'o. ;
: ,can def.a.nhirn(;This Is's' merlcan7 1 people must have their fan i Paved. Macadamized and Hard -all of which I. done and Is being done House and furnish everybody with best manner, finest paints used, JSv.erytbIug: ; In.Blackslnith-},

::.. ::bIg?6oom-'>torT ft;.-ScritiJobksik well sentiment the Road Tax: .; ..' .. .. .. ...:.3 mills before survey' of this territory hits ever frozen ice cream every Saturdayattauilate ..
: ,
M as thongh one all
may ing Done and Work Guaranteed to be First-clasg.
ub-School Districts ;..........3 mills! been authorized, 'land before ea- Give.
.,: ] .7he| : two candidates are ali"roady woonia! a' little4;:: filthy and the' other I The Clerk Instructed to deliver a mates of its coat could possibly any be me a Trial Orders Promptly Attended to.

H ia sights i& A I ecfdediy m* ldeb. Here'are twowciipada I copy of,thla resolution, to Tax Asses-
; made
... ot the F. p.'l doggerel! clippedJMf5oh or. '
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f U
.fw4, 'roo. I We most 'THEO''
/0' The final report and settlement of respectfully submit,.that
f DEMRO
A--:;" 1"\; "Everythingseems I to be com;; ... Blag a _song.Wi;of*1?!acid.,;,;, I I IIt. tax Collector for the year 1005 was such precipitate haste Is unwarrantedand T utt'sPilis ,. ,.Qrange 'City, ,Florida;

examined and .
i1gqIJ'P: ;W'a1.Mr.VJrgil; PJ1' Buoke, Ipll of de, duly approved.The 0 unprecedented by good business --
I : : f.Uer' : "-:!' I It Treasurer presented his reportfor ndgment and wilt unquestionably be -j ,
\,:: 1Jiif.HCi>>r ""ha.D'. ocl n-O iToor and twenty' bob veal I the month of June, together with th. '

ij ; p.I.4" efnO ;,$ l'OGt'ill"hil' M 1 8o ked In Jk..ILt bla books and account., which were fraught with scandala redounding to the strengthen tb.TORPID digestive LIVEN organ : :
detriment of all Floridians rI
. 'o..a'i'... he'' .Wben. the maa IK cooking, examined and approved. I; save the few regulate the boWs, and are an fittin
-y P.tl Tin
', : ; "t':':.,.: ,*p.t iD...:t"tbe; ".tJ.vMbk e the borax canf BALaNCE IW THE SEVERAL: FUNDS adventurers who are scheduled to profit eqUaW.. M.ANTIBILIOUS. T., E'E'C I fl 0 ? ?' rooting( ,Gut

." ,.I """ .; ..lImthat a dainty d1fti&5' I General Revenue Fund. ". .ll,40n.60 bl our 100000-Florl.laL MEDICINE, I L'E' tettp and ''ipourinjf, PumpsrepaSedwella .

,k.: '"I&DOW'J.'IDOfe V! aatbeforaamanTchicken i toad and Bridge Fund .. ".H' ,2284 I f i ) and tonka maS
*To Forfeiture in malarial dIattictath&rvlrtii.s, Sf t I
sine and Fund... BB6
78 .
'f\' 1''....... kJ'-:'Bry'I Eu.a. ; .. pouco, r to order '
.ncopIze4
!
'
The miscellaneous: bills against the 'Repairing of, aJ1'JinJmi'ttL&
: ptlidrop. olftItl"! ;, i "Ob. dear how th. hours do drngl V = t ... fft b C tI'. '

... .r (t ._; ; C IW 1t IDJI ff J1 II' .. county sod Warrants were examined ordered: drawn.and approved-Board wtan. ... I knew' flow to hurry them on.". I mjm*.9f mm. ....that pease.. Ellap.tl) Plumber. ? kinds 'Satisfaction_ guaranteed. );
.
....... 'li.. worli. Ul "Why don't you the spur of the .ugasesmtsd.fakQ "
k k.M b supply
.. .e ,hen adjourned until U. next regular "

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w :" :\ -- _.. -_ Mr *?' ot:;::,. -_:_._Il"' ."" I. .. j-t.."'...._., IH' -.'.......r ., ,., .,..:.-w. "t I ".I
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,/ i r > 1 \, ', .'0. July nights. THE FOURTH :. I' <,, f.'oItIrr..h"' ,:
','.
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\ See Hazel the Piano Tuner. ", .
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All fruits of the season at Dreka's.Mr. ,
At DELAND : J.// 4 ,
F. W. Bredow, merchant at Glen- : ..\ ,

'.. ) : JHD: YOU: wood, was. in town Monday. 1. '"4,\ C

\t:,. :( Mr. bawson Brown was a north end Many Spent a Pleasant Afternoon .I

Visitor to DeLand Tuesday. .. .
\
at Blue Lake. '
'J
Connty Commissioner 'Murray -tf
came
; t'' KNOW THEY over from the coast Monday CLEARANCE SALE ;
'.." '. The Fonrth at DeLand waa universally .

.. ... .. ,HAD COME ? Dan'l Blackwelder was here from the observed by the DeLand people. All

: t" t.; north end the first of the week. the business houses were closed for the J

. :: r. Mr. and Mrs. Ap Boaaitter were at day, and the poatofflce kept holiday ATFO'UNTAlN'S' '
*
i "" Th :new Lawns in'Black and White thateverybody's DeLand from Enterprise Saturday hours.

With the exception of a heavy rain ''
Messrs. J. L True and O. F. Lukens .
been wanting: were in town from Orange City Tues about one o'clock, and a shower abont ;J
,
t ,. I day. night the day was fair and pl"aaaa.t.
The evening showers somewhat interfered
NEW Hon, James W. Perkins was on the '
.
COLLARS
) with the program ont at the 'i
coast on legal buiiluess the first of the A.
week grounds of the Aquatic Club at Blbe ,

o Lake.
; Mr. L, E. Oduui was at the county The hacks .
And the Pearl and Gold Supporters to use began taking the people '
seat from the Spring Garden section out to Blue Lake at 1:80: and by five All our Summer Suits. Regular ;

with them.Reduction. Monday. o'clock hundreds 'of our people were

," Mrs, Frances Wootten of Tampa is there to enjoy the program, taking supper .
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. there, prepared by the Committee prices $10, $12, $13.50 and $15: to :

) in white Canvas Shoes Alden at Stetson. of the Catholic Rectory fund to which

/ The family of Mr.\ W. B. Fudger wentto receipts were added. be sold at

Seabreeze Saturday to occupy abut- The exercises as published by The

THIS': WEEK. tage there for July and August. Record last week were carried ont with I. :

the exception of the tournament, There "
Messrs. Albeit Turner and
Dillard were at the county seat Barney from were not sufficient entries, and this was .:' 'x
$8.50
G. A. DREKA & CO. called ntf. I .
i. the north end the first of the week. The DeLand Band geuerolnsy tendered

Miss Atkinson was repelved into the
its services to the Committee, and was
Phone 77 DeLand Fla. Preabyteiian! church last Sabbath by in attendance all the afternoon and alsoIlIrnl.b
transfer of letter from the Enstis church, ,
l music for the dance by the

Messrs. A. C. Bayous and Walter young people' !, in the evening.

.. Burgess are taking quantities of their Tliu afternoon was. spent In pulling off Come in and look them ,overt
---------r- Angel peach crop to the Day tuna mar the various foot, sack, egg and boat J

-- ._ H' LOCAL SYNOPSIS ket. races, prizes for which were given. We t*':. ",

f 1' There Is prospect of renewed activity were unable to get the names of the
in building at DeLand the last half of winners

Don't rln; IMJ Olt'I'\NT NEWS ITEMS OF the year 1000, and some very handsome The net receipts for the Rectory fund V. M. FOUNTAIN

THE PAST! WEEK. buildings are to go np. were abont $123.00

Your County Commissioner McBride< and
Spoil Father. Curley wishes by the present
.
School Commissioner Causey came in
Ten Ten Loeul. notice to thank most the ladies
mid Society Items for the People's sincerely
Disposition from Seville Monday to attend the July
and who worked indefatigably
Paper---Brief Montloo or Fact a. meetings of their Board. gentlemen so -
in preparation tor, and during the
These hot days by grinding away at the Seen by oar Reporter. Peaches have been so plentiful and entertainment, for the Cat hollo Rectory.

old mill cheap at DeLaud this season that our He feels also
same deeply grateful to bis very
Cents Cents New have canned and made
hosiery at Brill's.W. people lot of many non Catholic friends who gave

Rest and Read S. Taylor, Dentist. ueacu jam for the winter's use. proof of their generosity by enceoragemeut --

I I New gingham at Dreka's. Mr. and Mrs J H. Gentry left Wednesday liberal contributions, and excellent DeLand will have a steam laundry In Brill has some bargains for these dull .

Our Library contains a choice selection Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's, for Hendersonvllle, N. C., whore patronage operation by the opening of the fall season times: New writing papers in packages
) bare Gentry will remain until fall. -- -. ,
by the best authors. of 6 boxes, 05o pkge. Some boxes worth
a a The days will now begin to get shorter. Drop me a card and 1 will call for
: Mr. Gentry will return in abont two Receivers tor the 25 and 85o each.
Read The cantaloupe crop has about passedby. weeks Appointed your clock and return it when repaired.C. .
as many as y ou Stores.. O. D. Boley, jeweler. TO RENT-The Clarendon Cottages
McElroy
Tim fig trees about DeLaud all
are
wish for a week for Dr and Mrs. G. A. Davis left the first at Seabreeze, splendidly equipped for
The rains have flooded the flat woods loaded this This is of the
year. one There was Bled In the United Strtes
of the week for New York City where I housekeeping to rent for the summer
Week A Dime. Week with water.. most healthful fruits that can. be grown, district court yesterday, an Involuntary 'the Doctor will do some post'graduate months. Fine bathing and fishing. Rent

Mr. D. F. Morrison was here from and It always sells well in market petition bankruptcy against F. P. work for a month. 'I reasonable. For terms apply to J. B.
I
Allen's Store Barber villa Monday.Mr. More of our people should grow it. not' McElroy, of DeLand. The petition was Mrs A. H. Woodall and little daughter Crocker cashier, Seabreeze. Fla.PORK.
Drug only for home use but for market, too' Margaret. and Mrs W. S. Taylor
S. E. Lemon of Barberville was made by Plate & Clark Co, non residents
Boxes of dry gods have been arrivingthe by Landis. & Flab, of DeLand, will leave next week for the mountains
t... DeLand, Fla. at the county seat Monday of North Carolina.'
past ten days for the new dry goods and, F. :M Siuionton of Tampa and
Mr. B. C. Brelund visitor
-- --- was a to
store in the Mareh brick building, and asked the appointment.of a receiver In Mr. David Tnton, bookkeeper at O.
DeLand the first of the week. A. Dreka& Co., left Tuesday night on
Mr. Gas Dreka has been busy all the the absence of Judge J. W. Locke the
,, a vacation to be at Atlanta and
spent
City Engineer Cozene of Orange City
week unpacking and putting the goods matter was referred to William A. Hal- other points in Georgia.Mr .
in town the first of the week. /
was on the shelves Hie formal openingwill bankruptcy
lows, referee in who appointed
Arthur Voyle here from
i The council will hold its occur next week. was
city regular J Lee McCrory as receiver to Gainesville the first of the week vIsiting

; monthly meeting Monday night next The fast mall train cowing South last take charge and hold the estate. The' his wife, nee Lillie McDonald, and that

OUR LINESOF Tax Collector Perkins Smith was here Thursday afternoon left the track in receivers bond, was fixed at .3.000- handsome little daughter.

from New Smyrna the first of the week, the vicinity of Pierson, caused from the Sunday( Times Union,
-
rails spieading. None of the passengers The above proceedings affect the stock
Dr. Dickinson and Miss Ada G Massey -
A of goods in the north store, and Judge with ua.
were Orange City visitor. last Mon were injured. wrecking crew succeeded Insure|
in getting It back on the track.It McCrory is now in possession of this Is the time.

,. also Wall day.There occasioned delay of several hours store The stock In the south store was Now
Paint PapersAre will be of De-
quite a colony cash for losses.
The farmers of Voluala county have recently sold by Dr. McElroy to his son Slant ....
Land
the beach for and
people on July been fortunate this year in having O. McElroy: and later the son sold it |U should be protected.R .

as complete as can be August.A plentiful rains for their field crops and to Mr. W J. Amtln Creditors disputedthis "TWO OF THE FINEST."

peach orchard, the early. varieties, their truck gardens Probably the best sale, and made application for the you insured, ? Advertising rood wares and at the

found in Volusia County well taken. care of is a little gold wine crop of corn ever made in the county appointment of a receiver, and Judge Every company reliable. pi'oper time ot the year. What's nicer

in Florida.G. will be harvested this year. The farmers Jones, upon application, appointed Hon, When docs your policy expire? In midwinter than fresh pork?

A, Dreka &: Co have received new should also look out for the hay. J W, Perkins .a* such receiver, and betook PORK CHOPS, CUTLETS OR
this week. Read their ad in of the (Ja ;jour policy in force? ROASTS.
goods today's crops. Make all the hay you can from pososaion property Thursday
Call or send for Color Cards, Samples issue. your farm.. morning. The stock Is estimated at Telephone number sixteen. Take your choice. We have them
and the entire lot Is a choice one.
'' Mr. J. VV.\ Fndger, the candy drummer The turpentine still belonging/ Mr 9.000, and, Mr. Perkins was appointedwith INSURANCE AGENCYU limy'11 help Rive new vigor to whoever
|HON
; etc. Prompt delivery. spent the lust of the week with D. F. Morrison, located in the Barber. no bond required. Messrs. Landis ,' lines them and send a new supply

DeLand friends. ville section, was accidentally dt'stroyed'' & Fish represent the several creditorsand of healthful blood coursing through
( will find us at tin veins. Our market time for
fire last week. The Messrs. Stewart & DIy the Messrs.MiEhoy every
by loss including
School Commissioner :Knappe came f i,.oh pork If you want the beat.
Phon. 108 "OSTEEN. PHARMACY over from Daytona Monday to attend the plant the stock of spirits and rosin I and Mr. Austin, Stetson and DeLand. MARSH BROTHERS
The question of the validity of the
m..Jr .. the July sedsiou of his Board. and 100 cords of wood on hand, w"sl
about 8,000. Mr. Morrison sale. by Dr McElroy to the son. and the ---
was quite -- -
t "t. --
f Rev. Harkuess Pastor of the Methodist I
-
son to Mr Austin will be adjudicated
burned In
badly trying to get the fire
church paid Jacksonville. a business under control.It before J edge Jones in chancery. "

trip the latter part of the week. ----
Is the season to plant the sweet hire S. J. Marshall is visiting friends
.. __ .
D. Landls has
v. Attorney Cary acquired A. H. WOODALL
.' .0< no potato vines for next fall's crop Peo at New Smyrna, <
.. the lot in the rear of his home on New
... ple should plant for this crop now for Mrs. M. G. Rowe is spending the
York Ave. from Mr. Charles Larson.
: ". t the next six weeks. You can sell the week at Jacksonville with friends.
: L- County Commissioner Rufus P. potato at a good price Very few have .Fine Groceries
Miss Emily May left the first of the
Brooke came dp from Osteeu Mondayto been in the DeLand market the past .

Let, week to visit lends In !Mouth Carolina _____, __ ___ _
Us Frame Your Pictures attend the July meeting of toe Board. winter and especially. during the spring. 0 ,,'
Reading! each week W.:A. Aliens &:
Erickson has. all kinds of sewing machines They sold at from 73 cents to a dollar a
is here and to insure fresh goods at all
Co'a ad, on this is a good habit to you
page Summer
bushel and
and mnsical instruments. He the, at such prices it pays to fuiui. we are buying tonal quantities and often.

1' 0 has a good sewing machine, new, for grow sweet potato.
If"you have Pictures that you, Miss Nell B. Flodin, of the Faculty of By order of the City Board of Health, For Summer DrinksTry
12.Mr. Mr. T R Webb is making.
.. and Mrs. J. W. Smock left Monday Northwestern University School of sanitary. inspection of the tity.a complete "Kenau," all flavors ; also Lime Juice, Grape

wish to let frame them for lor the summer vacation to be spent Music, at Evanston Illinois, will\ be in Juice, Oliquot Olub and Gosinaii Ginger Ale. Special
keep .u; DeLand during the and will Mr. Andrew Linqulst, who is vet engaged -
V in Tennessee. They took the river tripto summer, prices in quantities.
'.* fy- Jacksonville.The receive a limited number of pupils In at work at Dungeness, Ga., came
', and home to spend the Fourth with the In CoffeeThe
Miss
theory. Flodin
C you.v peaches yet hold ont in the De. piano may be family.

. ; Land market. in great abundance. The fonnd at her father's home on East New The people of the M.E. Church "Barrington Hall" St 'el Out is proving a win-
York avenue, and will be glad to interview young the best Mocha and Java with
ner, the tannin removed.For .
Angel, large white, fine peach. is the South ,gave a very pleasant social Tuesday -
: prospective pupils on Monday and the best 25 cent coffee in the city the "Niagara"leads.
1.' F. ALLEN' .&' COMPANY variety in market now. Thursday mornings. evening/ the home of Judge and .

> 0 .. -.. The family. of Mr, R. C. Bnshnell left Mrs. MoCrory.
,
Mr. and Mrs.
..Yr+.t.e1\ 11hsa 1H.F1; .r'::. ,, ., "All<<" > ,, ,. Thursday lot the beach at Seabreeze B. H Alden will leave Mrs Waldo Cleaveland. and daughter We invite you to call and inspect our complete line
.. Wednesday next to spend the balanceof canned meats fish of all kinds cereals etc. which will
where they will, occupy K cottage for Miss Lilly Mae, left this week to spend ,
the
summer at Bridgewater, Mass.
enable to do with much cooking the
the present and next month. In the balance of the summer in the mountains f you away during
will\ attend
August they the reunion .and in Ohio hot weather.
Have you been wanting them toot of the Alden Kindred, an association
Nearly everyone has. They have come, composed of the descendants. John While skating at the rink at Orlandoone Canning Season is here. We can supply you with .

the black and white lawns, and they're and Priscilla Alden. They meet the day last. week Cyril Happersett tell, Fruit Jars, Jar Rubbers, extra tops and Jelly Glassesat

__ fracture of the He market prices.
o sustaining
arm.
beanties. G. A. Drake & Co. first Monday in August at Duxbury,
Is visiting his grandmother there..
]Methodist Episcopal Church South. Pollard-lane. Mass, and 800 1000 Yours to pleaso
Dr. H. D. Bracey has returned from a some or are expected

;* Regular services every Sabbath at J Jla i im A simple but pretty wedding wee. that visit to his grove at Fort Ogden. He to attend the reunion thla year. Dr. Armstrong the well known .Eve Phone
and Nerve Specialist. will make a 79 A. H. WOODALL.
and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10 of Miss Roth Harriet. Lane, daughter of says the grove is looking fine and that The 71 or 100 hands which have been DuLand professional .
visit to July 23-93
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a mj; JnnlotJW Anrth League 8 pm;Sen Mrs Sophronia Lane, IS Piedmont he will get a crop of oranges thla year. at'work on the Daytona. DeLand & St. i
be Hutchinson
and can si en at Hall.
for EpwoiU k iigue 8 80'p m; midweek street, and Goldwin Smith Pollard, son These rains are making the orange Johns River Railroad on the coast side ,
prayermeetiJg Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A of Mrs. Battle Pollard which took Capt.. J. J. Beers of Emporia. was at -
trees grow at great rate. The groves were transferred to this side this week,
cordial, invitation la 'extended all
to
the seat this week. His fine ---
place at 11 a m. today in the home of and is county new -
these services.8t. throughout the county are in fine condition work to be pushed rapidly on
--- the young woman The Rev. Dr. S. M and the crop will be a good one. the road untllcompletedi, Mr. Rleman, home there ia about ready foroconpancyMr Machinery

Barnabas' Church. Dick of Trinity church read the inarrt The Baptist: church will observe the General Manager, who has been J. T.. Cairns' of this place. Is the contractor MALSBY .

The Barnabas' Church age service Them was no bridesmaidsnor < North for several weeks
Episcopal baying
con-
i\: Children. Day next Sabuath at the 11
Mrs. F. E. Bond and Miss Edith .
Bond
m1tev.: ; Campell Gray.. Rector.$ July 8th, best man but the families of the o'clock service the'children giving the struction material for the road Is expected will leave Wednesday next for Company .

IV Sunday after Trinity. 7 a. m. Holy young people witnessed the ceremony. exercises. All are cordially invited to back today.. We understand "aum-
Communion: 8 a. m.' morning prayer Miss BerthttPollarcl, the) toOm', sis these services. that the headquarters of the road will mer vacation. They first go for a short
ter Miss Grace Lane stay at Asheville. From there they SAW MILLS, EHGKNB3.: and UOlliUK-i: : I'.ruble Outfits a B>ed lty. Write '
and other ; go .
.. members be t DeLand the business
and litany;' 9.80 m. Holy Eucharist of all depart.mente
Mr. for Oataloinie. Sold Terms !
Wallace Foard, headsalesman in Ohio Mrs B. will spend considerableof ) on Easy I for War. and Jefferson Street.
with sermon; 3pm Evensong. Daily of the family assisted at the break of the road to be attended to JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
the dry goods department at G. A.
the vacation. at Eta Claire WIs.
suffice at 0 p. m. fast immediately following. No cards from this place. ,
... Drek..& Co., left Wednesday night for and at St. Paul), Minneapolis and Do --- ,
-- had been sent out. Some beautiful gifts. The Florida rainy season Is certainly --- ------ j
vacation of a month or six weeks at
At the Presbyterian Church./ : reminded the young couple of the good here. Last Saturday's storm accompanied lath. Mr. Bond will.accompany them
the old Maryland home. to Aahevllle.: .
wishes buetowed them.
The regular services Sunday morning; upon by severe wind and considerable
Sunday school at 10 o'clock sharp The: bride was all In white and carried Yon can expect tome warm weatherfor hail, was one of the heaviest seen at De- The Syrian fruit dealer. S. H.Mesleh, ONE THOUSAND...

Preaching at 11 o'clock. Theme of ser' a big cluster qf roses. Roses were the'next two months.. We have Land for four years The wind blew baa purchased of Mr. R. D. McDonald '.It

", mon. "Imperfect Vision."' "1... Men used In profusion to decorate the rooms already bad a touch of the summer down a gre .many forest trees, and in the south store of the Glrkln block, at Am organizing. Volusia County a Division of.
; Tbe wedding will Include weather,.'' bat the heat has not been present occupied by Mr W. H. : ,
as Tre Walking." Union service in journey so the city quite I a number' of the China Halsey, One Thousand Member : .;%... \ '=:
g
.the evening. Buffalo, Toronto, the White Mountains severe as it has been, throughout the umbrella trees and fences all about grocer. The consideration was 19.600, Both sexes, of the National Union Fraternal Life Association( for
---- In the winter Mr. and Mrs. Pollard North. About a Mr. McDonald Mutual ,
will town. Several signs were blown down year ago bought Oo-operatUe I Life Insurance.' \ '.remains at home:' '
; Union ErenlBf Mervlces. visit the grooin'i brother J. O Pollard, Mr.:E. L. Hon, General. Manager of too, and the roof a perfect one that did this block payln* six thousand dollar Assessment only when death occur within this\ ;dtriaion..1'' t : V '

The first of these services will be held who has' an orange grove In Florida. the Electric'Light &loe (to., leaves this not leak. Sunday afternoon 'another I for It. It consists of four stores. Thin actual life. co t. No more.' Twenty Ilneylojmi-Auee. .. .., IYM'
i evening In the Later 'they will resl sold
on Snndar Baptist church week for a business trip to Philadelphia.Upon rain two ones to J. F, Allen & <
accident.
severe passed over the city but not .disability! ogfurthe'parttcWar.-addrew.1: .
street ; .
at which time the Rev. Mr. Knapp willpleach. ( for'' 8,000': ,
The them being. "Man's Power Mrs.. Pollard wore a gray traveling his return he will take Mrs. Hon 10 ranch wind, as the day before, and 'It''I IOu. InrlMIng tile r"\ut\ j. CHAS...F. BURaMAN. '
ho is now f.GOahelid.\ with '*:
of \
to Change His Knviroment" All" are salt when leaving for the honeymoon.Wooestor .- and the children to the mountains for baa been raining most of the present th.stores left and which he occupies one lot .. Box 73
Cordially Invited. Mass., Bvealog Post the summer vacation. week. hUharaHMynudjlufflblngbtuluaaa. ., .


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1 ;, Thouaauids nave Kidney Trouble Low Rate. to Savannah 'via Atlantic Notice of Final Discharge ,I I ..... ". ::1.. .
Coast Lln,,: T P A Gala Week.[ -a
,,.. :.. and Don't Know It. Notlue I is hereby /given that the undersigned
Sow To M.ct Out. On acoonnl of the above ouon lon the SS.STANOAIID Executor of the last will abd (testament COAST LINE
!\tlnntic Coast Line will sell tickets to>> ; TONIC of Dr. J. B. Coulter deeasd. will.on iATLAEUUB!
Fill bottle or oommon glass with your Savannah. On., from all points on its the and day of July A. D. 11.p'.Hnt' bis
w water and lot It eland twenty-four houre; a line in Georgia, Alabama and from t final account a. such, .togetherwith '
sediment or set- points in Florida north of and including h1Th. lagre ienta of which S. S.! S. is composed, and the method of combining tbe vouchers to tb.Exector.Hon. JAn Mo- SCHEDULE-'

1 I tllnj Indicates an Jacksonville. Lake City. Live Oak and and preparing: them so that they gently and pleasantly build up and ( rory, County. Judge\ Volusla County Florida ,Alabama Virginia '
unhealthy condition River JunctIon on May 18th. 14th 10th strengthen every part of the body make it the ideal tonic for a disordered torldn. at his olllco at DeLaml torld.. Georgia, ,
of the kid- and from points sonth thereof 14tb condition of the feels the need of tonic sometime,, for a final discharge. as tCaroI1na I II
no '.; If It stains May system. Every one a utor. K. l>. CUULTKR, North Carolina, S 1
S ) linen It I. and 15th, 1000) at rate of one far. pins The system seenia to get "out of gear the appetite becomes fickle, the Kxcciitorof the last Will and Testameaofl t

vWence your of kidney 25, o nts for ronnd trip; (minimum rate energies are depressed sleep is not restful or refreshing, and the entire body 1).. J. K Coulter deceased.Tlds I The great Highway of Travel beteea '
ttfty ((50)) cents) Final limit of all tickets 20th day of January. 1UOO .
trouble! too baa a nervous, worn-out feeling. When the system it in this depleted rundown and South
May III, 1006 (prior to midnight of which Florida the East West North
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frequent desire to passengers. must reach original starting condition it must be aided by a tonic, and S. S. S. is recognized everywhere Administrator's Notice. ,

pae It or pain In point). as the standard. Being made entirely of roots, herbs and barks !
the back la also For farther information sea your selected for their gentle action as well aa their invigorating effect on the Notice Is hereby given that the under- I Convenient Serv/ce./ Elapsed/ Pullman Equipment./ Magnltlcenl Dining c.,.

convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- ticket agent. system it will not disagreeably affect any of the delicate members or tissues slgntd hue been appointed Administrator(
der are out of order. the Katnto of Maloom R. Morr'son.' de : New York and Florida Special ,
as do most of the so-called tonics on the market which contain potash or .

-' There' ta comfort What In to Do.the knowledge so Low Round Trip Excursion Rates via some other harmful mineral ingredient. These derange the stomach and cussed utors.nnd. and all all credllrs. l gats8.. dlslrlb I of the \ "Dixie Flyer"Route

: :- often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Atlantic Coast Line. digestion unfavorably affect the bowels or otherwise damage tile health. said Kstate will present tbe name to me I Florida and West Indian Limited

Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every 8. S. S. tones up the stomach and digestion. improves! the appetite produces I within two years from thla date or b forever Celebrated Trains J Montgomery L. & N.

wish In curing rheumatism pain In the Tuscalooaa Ala :-Rate one first refreshing sleep rids the body of that tired run-down feeling, and supplies b..rrt.d.'ae Juno. liBth, Chicago and Florida Limited

back. kidneys liver. bladder and every part clasr fare plus 25 cents. Dates of sale I tone and vigor to the entire system. It re-establishes the healthy circulationof ItO. F. MORIUSON,

ol the urinary passage. It corrects Inability 'June 12, 13.: 16. 18, 2.1.:' 2(5( July 2. 7 2, II,, I the blood acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting res-tilts Admhllstratol'Jarbervlp. CONVENIENT' METHOD TRAVELING

to hold water and scalding pain In passing final limit 15/ days. Extension. can be: than any other tonic and because of its vegetable/ purity is an absolutely FloridaExecutor's. Atlantic Coast Line one thousand mile 'tickets good over 'fifteen

It, or or bad beer effects, and overcomes following that use of liquor.wine secured to Seotember 30th) 1U06.) safe medicine for young or old. S. S. S. acts admirably in cases of dyspepsia thousand miles of railroad embracing portions of the South, on

necessity of being compelled to unpleasant often Nashville pius Tenn:-Bate one first indigestion and other stomach troubles! and after using! it that uncomfortable Notice. sale at all principal agencies at-rate of 925 each Limited to one year
go class fare :25\/ cents. Dates of sale, feeling of fuljnesa dizziness or drowsiness, aft-r eating are no from date of purchase. For full, complete and reliable information
the and
during during the day night., The to get mild up and many the. extraordinary times- June Dual limit 10, U 15, 12 days, 18.in It),addition 20. July to 5,date U, 7, longer felt. Not only is S. S. S. the greatest! of all tonics but possesses purifying Notice has Is been booby appointed given that by the tho Count undersigned regarding rates, schedules Pullman service) etc., call on E. Li. Fowe,

effect of Swamp-Root Is soon of sale. Extension of limit can be se and alterative properties, and if there is a taint in the blood it will Judge ol Volnnla County Florida Kxeautoiof Ticket Agent, PoLand, 'la., or Write

realized. It stands the highest for its won- cured to September 30th ItiOO.\ promptly remove every trace and restore perfect health. In selecting your the estate of Emma C. Thorpe deueased, FK.1MK C. ItOVLSTON, W. I). STARK, Traveling I'BHN. Afti.Dlst. .
derful cures of the most distressing cases. tonic for this do not but S. S. S. the stand and that |arsons liuvingcisliua ord' mends
Hot Springs, Va :Rate one Hint year experiment get recognized/ against said estate ahereby notified tu 1'AHS. Affh 138 W. Bay St., FLA.
If you need a medicine you should Ii.ve the class fare plus 25 cents. Dates of sale, ard. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. tho JACKSONVILLE}
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same to the duliiutbentluuled \
pn-s'nnt undersigned W. J. CRAIG PaHH. .
best. Sold by druggists In SOc. and$1.1 sizes. ,
June 0, 10, 11, final limit June luth.IIMW. \ within I time prescribed iaa.ge [
: You have bottle of this -------- --- :: 'INo : .
may a sample by l> law or the tianio l Imrn-tl '
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:e. wonderful discovery Lexington, Ky.:Rate one first clans Notice of Application for Tax Deed Notice(Final Discharge May HI, UHMI. J. I(3. TIIOI1I'Itl.Itrecutor .

and a book that tells ':::. tare plus 25 cunts. Dates of sale July Under Section t 8! of Chapter 4881! of the Katute of.Kuima C,
1; ; more about It,both sent : 't" 20, 30 and August 1st. Final limit Laws of Florida. signed Notion guardian Is hereby of given the estate that of tbo undor-j This May ii). 1UOU Thorp Florida East .
!: absolutely free by mall."I" Cqast h
Dr. August 5th 19014.Knoxville Notloe 'la hereby g\\en\ that D,,'>and jnac-kenbia will, on the 1st day nf ,
Address Kilmer Si noma o .apRoC5. Tenn.:-Bate one Brat Naval Stores Co., purchaser of Tax Uertitt- A I). IIHKI) )), present his final) account to the'Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under .
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention class fare plus 29 cents. Dates of sale Cites No 130 and 131 dnted the 6 day of County Judge of VOIUNII County Florida, Section 8 4888 Laws of Rai'ay.
reading this generous offer In this paper. June 17. 18 10. 2:1:), 2". 30, July 7, 14. JUDO A. D. Ib04, ban. )tiled split 1 certlttoutas nt his olllco in D Florida, and, aol: Chapter local Time Card No. 66 In 'Effect

", Don't make any mistake,but remember 15th. 10(16( final limit 15 days In addition In my office sod has m ads application for that the ssmo bn allowed anil approved and Florida
the name, Swamp-Root Dr.:Kil to date of sale. Extension of tax dent to \Issue In aoonrdanue with Inw. that ho bo discharged ns such gtianllan. Notice Is hereby given that John Bauls.purchaser iN
SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN
Said certificates. embrace tbs following I H. F. tax certificates Nos.
Y mer's Swamp-Root and the address final) limit can be secured to September -, "AMnPlI_.'. '" .'' ..,..._..'v...t .'n \.I"."'. I 'hls MoroN- 2lb. 1101 Cli\l'IINJOI.. .. -.n.,.i. 9k. .._.Cr.v._. ._lA..h .i... _v.V, V...MA. .l.a 204' "D'10 C -
:, Binghamton N.Y., on every bottle 30th 1000. I : to-wlt filed said certificates WAJ my cilice and hasmade e.D.I .
Ii .1 -r .. Asheville. N. C :Bate one first I inti.Flo1d sex of sw)!", .002 tp 17s, Assignee's Notice to Creditors.. IIpploltu"for tax deed to Issue in 1..19: ? No. 2 STATIONS" .Jpt 10.Dsl,
< :":; s61l1rtoa J>. C. and Ret. rn. class fare phie25cents. Dates of sale, I F tOe, 5 acre.. "ofnwji ot ,rew)4') IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDI- accordance law.. Said: certificates embrace 0.1
July 25, 20, 27, IIJtI) Final limit August Sec 27, tp 17.. r 8 acre IIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA! IN the following described, properly situated : Opm V lOam Lv..Jeeltonvhile..A? 72pm : Stain

Jane 30th July 2nd 8rd the AtC". 8th 1UOO. Extension September 30th1UOO. The said land being assessed. the daisoltho AND FOR VOL.U81A COUNTY. In Volusla county Florida towlt t laipin 10 e :: :: : :::::...oiiluJsckonvllle..LV..St Agi.tiOC.,, .. :::,..: ., 11:. Clam:
p r' Coast Line will sell round C) Issuance of such certificates in tbe In the matter or the assignment of Win. Unt X l tnt In af ot se%, Mao 85, tp 18s, r 7 bJpm 1 .: : :::_.....n"ul". ...:..::._. .
to Washington, D.O..anI\.. Monteagle, Tenn.:Bate one first mime of Jacob be Qodelman. Unless salilcortldrauie Kolraom. ) lor sund: 'A lot I" swji.) ex S unrca __a 0pm 1 ..._.. .....X.C, .Ika.................. 1
.e tlaas fare 25 Dates shall redeemed HoonrUIng to Whereas Wm Iris per deed hook 23, page 4HO, sea M, tp ItK r 8 8Jpm 12 torn Ar. ......... Hj111 I
f" : plus cent ot sale Iolmnl .............P.IRtk.. .....L. I 0.
("lliaIlY at rate of one furel' 'plu June 20\ 30, July 8, 5, 10, 20. 21, 28, 211! law, tax deed will Issue .thereon oil thu made an SHlgntnent to me of all of his property ale; unil 'Int In no>i of nwj) sec 1, tp 10s 7 48pm 1 loam Lv................ ................A- 41u'; -. .
IHib day of July A. D, 1''" Vie. .. .... listen..... ......_ ........... I
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:c .. !Tickets limited to return Jnly t tk :30, 31; August 16, 17th. Final limit Witness official and seal save may bo exempt by law, range 36pm r......" .San .. .. ..Lv 16.
I my signature i hereby give notice of the I'nct' of Htiuh assignment The said land "being assessed at the ....... a lIen L..S .Ml'so ......_....Ar 55pm99)pm .. .. .
k Extension ot limit of tickets can August 31st IWW. this the 10th day of : tu. and notify: all creditors of the sail of the Issuance of such certificates in dst tb. 1252pm Lv.................. irl.; "..... .....L. &pm .m
: obtained by deposit of ticket with For rates or any Information see Jg'eMtc' Wro Kulmon: to nlo with me:: sworn, utate- name of Sauls & Stone Unless said certificates I Upm 13 40m ........... ..... ._.... .. ..
ticket agent.scorrs. I Clerk {1'oul Court ) 1'la monte or their clulma. within sixty days be redeemed I 4lm 1 .............Ormond.... .......... I Ilpm 5 Om
Agent at Washington. and by sh.1 awarding to law 1 Sipm ........,.....Daytona ._..... .... ." .Ipl I
from the date these
of 00 eta until Angus llth Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under of presints l If residentscftheSIHte tx wlllsslo thereon on the 25th day 10 lapin 1 &Ipm .........._H..Por O.n". ... ........" &pm I .
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of Horldn.) and .
within .
) Section 8 of Chanter Lawsof fourmonths of Inly. 1'.01.WltoNN 10 LSpm S Opm Sm'r. .............. 16pm _I .
4888.
of such .date If resident outside the ;, offlolal signatur and seal tOm I 'pm Art............I..k. Helen.. ...... 1 Opm 1551.
further information call on Agents I Florida limits of the Slate of Florida. this the 23rd day of IIHII) 1 1 2am I 8pm .: ... _....Orans. CUy..............iLY 128pm S 18m
ntlo Count Line. NotIce la hereby given that Albert Tur FRED C. (r.RAHVM, tAM'L. JORDVN, _1 _I fopm' 1.Orange. ... City Junotoo ... t3.61m _10pmio .

: &U.qQORT dated nero purchaser the 6th ot.1 tax certificate No 257. Orange City Fla.Assignee, May Id of, 111 Wm).li Kolmon I' (By',lerk LIen t'itolt lo'IBh. (D' C county, 11... IL 411pm 10pm : 19 : I.:::::..::::::::::..........:..t'ks'ret, :::::::::::::: : ::::: : : 10pm a:

The* Word' "S1.T.." I certlUoute in my day' une...180! has m tle.' mild- 1 81pm I !!2! .............. ,, ................. 2 opm I .
oiloe. ..811,1.'cation loam & ........ ii TTopme
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1 for tex issue In 1 8pm Ari..M. .r.t..H..H..iJy 6.m
word "slave wblch happily : ------ -
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C 8pm 1 Dam .. ... .. I 8J 1
with ,
I law Said certificate embraces lIe following "
seldom unless metaphorically in I )81pm pm Lv". ......... ite.vllls..... ... ...Ar S
EMULSION .1 .. 2PI Om
j mu u I d80rlldll.o..rly| situated In V ulu.al. 12 SIam .... Cocos.... ... .. L, 1
country,' la a word of brilliant his 1 .. Ilpm ... .. .. ... ... :
brldgs to carry the weakened and I Ilorlda, : 12 Slam ...........Rookhedge............., 11pm IIS.I (
t antecedents. Ita original the j Lot 13 Lungren E. 0. I 10l.m I apm ............ Eat: ticlila.' .......".... 1 47.1
"slava" means glorious and]I starved lyiUm along until it can find PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY 1 n.m 4 .......... ...NelbDtoe............ Ipm I Slant
The said land IJ
being assessed at tbe date 1 Main 10pm .. 0)151.245am )
firm la food. .H...."... 8b..I.o..H... 1 82al 1
title of that race which sub- support ordinary Isstiunco of such certificate, in the name or topic ............. .......H....'.." 1 O0u'l
I .tbo Russian people. But when I Stud i for fr.sm.npis. I 1"!. R Ivory. Unless said certificate a Clam 8 16pm ......_._......Fort' 1.le.a..... ...... 10 Siam 1 SOpraB
shall be redeemed according to lawtax deed Jacksonville, FloridaSPECIALPOULTRY 80.m 8 S7pm ........H..rlbbaUs..._......" 10 10. 1 18pw888m
rii-i'inaiis reduced bosta of the Slavs I SCOTT'ft liOWNE; Eaten .... .. to
CliamUla .Ipm Input
will Issue tbe lltb ........ ... ..... .... I
.,, !>..! Street, York.oc. tborel on day 01 Jnly .Opm .. .. .... ....... .0 COpinS
t their name, from malice ,09- J .w I 'A. I). 115)11.Witness. ......... Jel..n .. ....... O.m I
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: aad" .001 all dniggbia -- -- 81.1 8 87pm ..... ..Stu.rt. ... .. .... to input
as Gibbon says became I my official signature and. seal I 2 7 2pm ............Uobe 81.0 ........".... I Slant to Wpm
I with "servile." It retains I this tbe lath i dayniJitna'. A. l>. It) *tti 7 .............W..t J ........".... I t8am 10 op1.a
SA.M'L I iL JOKIS SUPPLI lOam 8 1pm ..........._.We. .t'aln Beach ..... ..,... 16.m S "pi
sutcguHtlon of Us racial origin Clork Circuit Court Volus a I Clam. C .............10YD'UU ...-........... I 2.m I OlpmI
i than toeS "ogre," which la really Notice'ofAppllt-atUufl fot"Ta*Deed tinder ClllltyFln.Ky i a.n S 8pm ............_,... ................. IpmC
Ben Fish C ..... ... .
J 411.un I ,..........tort Z.dordais.. .. 7 10am; 7 88pI
with." from the Huns a coufualuu and: of of both the a Florida.Section H C/hupter 488M, Lawsof Notice of Application for Tax Deed I i M.AI'lb M., per pound, :3 ctsper SNUKP TOBACCO DUST(Insecticide), ((1Oct11 Slam : lapin ilpi: .lila: :::::::::::::::::::::,..IIsllsadsio.......:::::::::::::::::::::.: :: 7 I coon lOan 7 I ::J

I ) Under Poijr.i'itv nr.oon; pound, :3 cts per 10O pounds, $1 2 )l)1ainl to 2/11' ,....... ..L."olt 4ily.: ........... 6 Cain 7 1
Section of :
the terrible Tartars. Notice Is hereby given that U W WIIIII. t 8! ptca4H88Laws l.m 10 8pm Ar..M ................._....>y 6 Slam 7 OPD'
piiruhiiHur of tax", I of Application for Tax) Deed I 3rd) day of.I I ly, I 11)00) ), has tiled snldecrIIHcate hereby given tint A. I). Mc. Ity, per pound, 21 eta _...._H.. ._ ;..........Uom..ta..I. _*_r.......12 511pmParlorCars
In my office and has made applicutlon Bride purchaser of Tax lertilloale No W diseases; pr pint COcte; quart, _
Section !S! of :: : MICA QUIT Crushed
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of Florida. Chapter 4MHH!!a fur tax deed to\Isnue In accordance with dated the 6th day of June A I)., liMi) has ( Granite), per 05 cts; n, $1 50 t Blfet, on &r.lno 2 and 71 Dule'81ueplnl Carl on trains 0 and Oi
law. Snlil: certidoate embraces, the follow dIed said certificate in my olllce and bus pound 1 ct gal V..ly uuept Sunday.k:13 .

Is hereby given tbat Jus Cornell Ing described property situated In Vnlusla made application for tax'" deed to isue in I CRUSHED OYSTER SHELL, quality SPANISH PINK, for lice. Per pound. t8'' I I tiit4ant. :
of Tax Cerl Innate, No. 231.I tinted county Florida ton ItWJi accordance with law. 8nld cortlUcate embraces foe No.21 Ho' H..n "5.96 No.I9 No,20 1st.s.d .
diy of June. A, D. I'.KH.) bas tiled of new! seo 20, tp 18*. r 83e; /80( acres the following describe') property No dirt; per 100 pounds, 75 cts 23 cts 0'1, 1..1 .."DR 8UNCH. 0.1, N..Z and

::::: sate In:.r'J"I:: and has 'mud" The said land being assessed 1 at the date nr situated in Volusla county Florida to-wlt. .-'- ----..- -.._'h_ ...._ ____.__..__.n__ .._ __.,__ _..._n_ __.____ '.un. Dil, Dil, DaIly .u'n', Dilly Dilly D.I, au.
I for IHBIIB In ':accord; the Issuance of such oertlfluato In the name SwJi of swK a of B R, sea 7 tp lie rvnice 'D.'J' -L _
with law. Bald rnrtinante emhraaes of Alice Hundee. Unless said certltl SOe; 1 sore All prices f. o b. Jackoonvl., Fla Net cash. On orders amounting ._ _
The I Stop 641p SlOp loop Lv..Jack'onvlllo ... .Ar 540a loop 5519
I descrIbed proferty situated rate shall be redeemed said land being assessed at the dateof to over 84 we the freight. 5 100_ .. .Soih Juii'o'tIle..Lv 70 lOp
according to Inwtax pay 652p hap .. ( S8 121Ip S lIp
usla county Florida/ towlt! a deed will Issue thereon on tbe JOlla day or the Issuance of such certificate In the< I '0_ -. Un. '_ _p..__.__h h.U._ ..__ u'_ '_h._ _.". 101'p.lp 721p 5SOt" 20,100. ........IIbIDI..I..n._. f:" (".I UWp Slop 5409
9, 10, 11 and 12: Forest Grove, Or name of Johnson, Bradley, Carpenter Rod Send for our booklet. "How We Came To Make and our 8 24upl04tc! ........ /.J.uh.' ."._ ._ f. .. 7f.. II it)1)", S isp a_tIp
: Jtlleo.{ my ollii.lal slirnnture and seal Whiting. Unless said certificate shall "be I new price list of Fertilising Materlalt and Fertlers., a Gould 106.. 72p_ a p_ 80,1 0 Ar......... IIy'r. .......Ly "._ 701 iltunSOUp_ I lOp

f If'T: ( : said :land being; assessed st the date i ibis the Ulh Uny of June, 19)51SAM'6.) rdoem..d. according to law, t.'*" deed will booklet, containing all the formulaes for both liquid and '
.. dry STEAMSHIP
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL CONNECTllNS
thereon the 10th
Istnance of snob oerlltloate. in the, U JORDAN on day of July A. D. sprayIng.. ATIIMIAI.'Clo. .
of II. 1. Hedrlck Unless said. cer Clerk Circuit Court.t Volusla. oountv. Fin 19 6.Witness

shall will'"be.ss.redeemed... therean:auoordlni on the Blh to law day; Notice of Application for Tax DeedUn Ulh day mv of June official A. !signature>., 19.0.SAM'L and seathis .Conneclloa Mad it Miami with Steamships of the P. a 0. S. S. Compsny for

A. l ., 'IUUII) )),
D. JORDAN Havana'and
I : : 'y"otHulal I signature and seal I der. to"Section...... 8 of Chapter 4888!!!!, Laws Clerk___ Itmiili______"_'niipt__n Vnlunltt. _m'n Hniintw. _Via,.'- ---- --- -Kev-- We.ct
i I lie 7th day or July, A. I 1) v. w. .

8AML b. lJ ).uI.r Ni.ties Is hereby given hit Jno Padgett,t U Two Sailings Each Week.
r Clk ClaiiUlt Ooiirt Volusla. Co. Fla., ,purchaser" of Tax CertlHrate No 181 I Notice of Application for Tax Dee Un :
By lixs FISH, D. O. ,dated the 6th day of June, A. D, 11X14) der Section 8, Chapter 4 t Train Discharge P..sencer at Ship' Side No Transfer
bas died said oertlllciiiies' mvolllo ,and bas: of Florida.
of Application for Tax Deed Un. "mmle appllottlon for tax deed to Issue In aa I Notice Is Lumber/ \ ompay .TlmeT.blt.1,0w the tlraeaat which train may be expected toarrlTd-at anil d.par
BOld
Section 8 of Chapter 4888!, Law. cord ance with law ttald certificates em .. hereby given that' DeLand from & .ev..1 ."tlun.but tbalr' arrlTalor deparlnraat& tb" times Mtat.d In not itiiaraiiiuud
SavaISlor.
Co purchaser of fax ( Boi Is thtsComuanr reaponaiblo foran/dttlaytorany. eouiaequentuaarl.lug ,
Florida. brace the'' following described property In)I 'erLd. t b lo Ibntl&u9
onto No. 12O dated .
Volusia oounty Florida! to-wlt tbsltb day of prices and supply you, from their yards near tbe depot ,
; D., has died certificate In For Copy of the LOCAL TIMg CARD Other
Is hereby given that U. C.! Fan Lot 10. my at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine or Information
3 and
purchaser ol'Tax Certificates Nas SfM FX ollot8end s X of swji) ,,I bus made application' for tai",
%t), datMl Ibi e day' of June A. I II. sea 8, tp IDs, runge 30.; 178 acres deed to issue In accordance with law. Bait "SEE THE TICKET A ENT."
: ) has. tiled said our Illoutes mv ofu.' The .ald land loPing ,nunesed at tbe dale a certificate embraces the following described Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
mild appllonllon for tnx, deed ta e. or the Issuance of such certificate In n.m.I property elu..tedln. Volusla county Flor! _J._O. RAHNGP.:! A 1st. Oen't. Pas*, Xxt.. AT., AtlOllSTINR. Fl""
,
in acoordanue with law Bald wrtlU. of H C Butcher. Unless I ida -
embrace the following deaorlhed" said oerilloate shall be redeemed accord.n .. "of aw)4) of nwJ4 of nw)>i, sec 23, tp Shingles Laths Etc.All
situated: ,n Volusiu county, Flot- I to lawtax, abed will Isaue .Ibereunon LIla I 17s : 10 acres. .
: _. 10th day ot ?fuly, AD 1IKXI. The land being assessed at tie date. WO Never
.. 3, 4, S, 8. 8 and 14. nub lot I, see 2, Witness my ottloUl' signature and seal I of tbs Issuance of such certificate thoa..me Lumber, Building/ and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered Disaopoint :Our Patients.
L( :! r 34e. 81 acres. UI2X ole of lot 4. i Ibis tbe Vtaday: of June, A. D., 1006.) of W. M. DunD. Unless said vertltl ano here in the city. I
: : tp tin, r 84 20 j 8AML D.JORDAN oat shall be redeemed according to law --w. Fulfill Ewy PremlM and I" hid Out F.l,. Mi... '
: said 1 laud being; assessed at the dtttn i Clerk'Circuit Court VolusU 1 County. Flu-, dOd will Issue thereon on tbe lath day I W B CURE Sltrl.toU _I.. .. She kalls l .rk...r...d Varloop.1.'wilkees
Issuance or such certificates' In tie 01 July. A. U., 19"1. I .. p.ia a. d..I. frose 1..I.. ()1s00taas inIO.d ..1_.
I (of I.. 1>. Hutch. Unless. said certlU- Notice of Witness my .. signature and seal ..e .... to retain, without nxrourr ... ."l>r., Loss of Manly
shah he redeemed aoco-dlnK te law, Application for Tax Deed Under tills the loth day of June. A. !9..111$). -- Viroc Pseittv.-I7.-I,eareCi .. aSisestauS... p.......
... will i.au, .. tborcon on the ISth day 'i Section 8 of Chapter 4888 t!, Laws I HAM'L D. JORDAN TI D. Kins ...0.100.UlhU....r, .. ..IM
*\ of Florida. Clerk Circuit Court Volusia itaM or lbs 'reciaccI f all

i( ,""A'*,. D.m,; inoit.Bffldlal, oUnainiv. anal seal Notice Is'b"re'b" given 'that''<erl 'furner.I'urchs..er countyFlorida DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Work: A4'; C _--\ "ap.vusacCsbraaleSI.ac..s.Ian, la.tltullOB, la lbs!abtrfaoDlulllaf l>rVN. i.fotaUM K. IIlv1ibs, .IseaSsi..1

.. lillli day .June, A. ().. lUnil.H \ of Tax 7 a lute of aaila'atpbyaloUaiakd.crgwa T '
Certificate No it). Notice U
of OaraiMo as .
% Application for Tax Deed Un. I ose tr4aMi0a ef csroat 4.M Miii.uit.-
MLD. JORDAN tinted the 6th day of Juno;A 1), 1D04, bn der J. T: .4 w SMI wa..SnIS a41001 li 4.IMUIoalanDlilwT' ) ,
Section 8 CAIRNS
of 4888! Laws and
(Clrnult Court tin( Chapter Propr.
Vnluala. CnuntT, i Ulod'sald eertlflcales In my office, and made Manager. Our.fflaaaar.aaulpp.il alit ail,. IB. fan4l. _
of Florida 't' 5.. K- ,.Tlole f.,. seC llama ran'anot... "
application for tax d ed Isaue S
< to In accordance :... 4 airtTaaa t.owa M lbs. .. ..lo,
dloal
of
for Tax DRESSED -i
Application Deed
t Un with law. Said ourtlflimtes embrace. Notice Is herebv given that Detail, I .. la ....r reipaot, saC wa"ampler.sees.. .. tal
: Heution 8 of Chapter. 4888! Laws tI t following described' property situated Naval Stores. Co.. purchaser of Tax Cert'II-'! LUMBE'R :' kralmMl aad ."01..' aliaaSaala veculailr. .

Florida I In VnlusU oounty Florida! towlt: cute o.na, d.ited the 6ib day of June A. AND ROUGH .. -_%._. .._ l ..U .515rt..5..4.| .
Is heruuy given tbat Ira W. Whlt- Lots.20 and 29.. Lungren see 27, tp U*, !U. 11)04) has filed said certificate. In myodee ., _,) '%. :O.oWII'? .4 a*for H.'o.* auw Mat
> ,,1I"b"Ner'or, Tax Certllloate No. H. ramro 2te; 10 auras and lass made application for tax Ceiling, I II 7 ?' J'olo. lop "**' tam
the let day or June, IIXM city of |lie The said land "being assessed. at the duteof deed to issue in accordance with law. Baldcertificate Door frames Flooring, Newel ,Posts SidIng, TurningScroll, Mantels Sawing Turned Mouidlnfi.Porch Window ant .'( i \.i. ,wMla_p .,,.IG..o. ..I5.1.1.5I1.IuSs4). ***..81.r. a.s' .1
Balu.tert ,, .br
lax'" said has 111..1.1 certilfcnte In tbe Isaiianoe of such certificates embraces the following du.c..lbrdprprty Columns etc REST I b.
and ban made application/ for lax", name of W. A. Orabaai tbe slusle in Volusla county Flor -Shedding for Groves and Pineries. WCrates and Bx Material a specialty I rnR rl" CNOIIC "r am'- *
l Issue In annordunne with I I.w. Ha Id Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of building. sacs a. kidney we..:... .r
a.utre.'es Unless salij.oertitloau. sball be redeeniidauuorillng VvX of ol of (' kepSare. Uydrai.. .. L-.. ,s. .t1
tbo following dcst-rlhed 1 law e' swX nwtf) sec 24. tp 1., 'U.OIDI DIn,_', cad o. :
to deed will trosb.s.
jix lasn .. DELAND .mo.
situated In, .DeLaud.) Volus'a, r 8.10 FLORIDA. JNoM, .% and Ljiw. i.r"
riorldor. to-wlt! ti.ereon on the llth day of July, 1900.) said land being assessed at the date N. I KINO, M D ChronIc Dla.M. of \ ....1.. .. ,

1 to U Inn, block Il. Howry' add, J>e. Witness. my otHulal signature and seal.. oi the Issuance of such certificate In the .O.wacnsP5.v.w.a.p.,Uaaataml, ,,, ,. 551 aceS .:. ..
this .the 9th day. .of June 19W.( ,usmeoi.. Raymond, Trustee. Unless said .5 W- ,.tA you cc. ilWrMsr.. :: a.:-:.
said land 'beIng nssmaed at the date HAM1!, 1). JORDAN. certificate I shall be redeemed according tn tOws0aA-rZoN. "o' .
} Issimnao, of sub:: eertlHcute, In the Clerk Circuit Court Volusla Co .nty. FlaBy law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the Tdtb kx&i.9oa "J _
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Of II 11'. or J. M. Swift. Unlesit said l Ben Fish D U dar of July A. P.. It*HI. OR. KING 1CALCO.'L.1.5Notice t". Oa.
\t shall be rudeeravd accor-llnir, to Witness my otHulal signature and seal 4IHI.t. ---

I: law tax diml. will Issue tbotenn. on Iliu :24ih Notice this tOe Kith day ot June, A. U.. 1INXJ. John B.: Stetson _
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to Non-Resident --- -
dnvofJuly.. ; Sat'LD.JOitUAN, -- -- -- ----------------- -"-- 4--j

.t WltnesH my nflloial slmmlure and seal In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit Clerk Circuit Court VolusU._nt,.Florl.* Universiy of Application for Tax based Notice of Application for Tax

". ,. .this the.giird: day ofJtine.BAM'LIJ.lU'lfl.JORDAN. of Florida, In and for Volusla County. 'In Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4088! Under Section 8 of Chapter D.:
Laws of
r'IPri: )lrcnll-h.l Vulmla, county. Kla.i Chancery der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof DeLand Florida. Laws of_Fioruda.
". ,l ... __ John D.. Hubbard.1vs Florida. Notc'. beieby given that Crescent Tim. Nolfoe' ___
Is
> baser Tax Certificates hereby iive-iia-t O O Tanningpurebasor -.
;", W B. Davis J JTo Notloe la hereby given tbat Thomas U9,70.dated day J .n.. 18UI bas Nol. Ta( .-' 941, dst
W E. liavlst Wright purchaser Tax Certificate No. AFFLIIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO. certIficates In my office bas made ap- tbs tub June A D, 19J4, bas
W.dated lbs OU day ot June A. D., 18118.liai for tax t Issue In hi.cortdolt. In my and hasmaidS
You ire nereby required to appear to Ihv tiled said certificate 'la my ol1lo. and VOLUME: OF LIBERAL AR fa-The standards are those til' the University Situation law. dpe certificates. embrace aooor- tax oo.I 1-sue In accord
Bill of Complaint tiled herein uvalnst ou I has made for auce, with law. Said
<
application lax to issue or Chicago. Stetson's receive tbe fo'lowlng ,described oertlttoata-embr oes
In tbe above entitled cani-e ..u or. "before Uiellth I In aoord..no. with law. Hsld certificate Chicago. graduates their degl. from both Stetson and ted a VolusU pmprly .itua-'. the following descrIbed situated \
day nf August. A. I n 19 6. t county, In property .
II en braos the following described .,
1'bs Volvsla County Record Is hereby den situated In Volusia county Florida property,to-will law Cl'r.LEGJ OP r.AW-Ur..duBteiot this ()loge are admitted tn prsctloe Lotd and all) fl of lot It and.O" of Voluslcounty.llorld. &
) 211
taJM
((mated as the newspaper' In which Ibis or. Lot 10 block 4J. Seville lot lit* and Iota 17 to 3U) Ino, blk tvle a)4'.1 iiige 82.
COLLEGE: OF
der sball be published once a week lor four The said land.being assessed at the date and Mannal TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical..CI.f. Electrical Engineering The said land being assessed at the date The .u, land, being lEwta t at the data
: leading
Training courses nf the
oonseeullve weeks. now building, costly tba las I.suaou ol such jUiate ID
of tbe Issuance of such certificate in, the equipment. of ance of such certificate In lbs iM name
the
I Witness my band and seal of oflloe this I nsme ot elf: V. Spencer. Unless said OF BUSINESS Rank'ng In all Its branches. name ot Seville' Company. Unless said ocrtltlua's Dante ol Unknown. -' Unless said
,. 8rd day of July A D 1900. oertlfloale I be redeemed COLLEGI Book-keeping by uvrtlUoata shall be redeemed ) shall be redeemed to
4 u thet w.e the oc ii : according to best Elective courses In other aoconlln to Uw .unilnj
.,..a. bus tb.j' las,.b.se Imp.,,. 'BAM'LD. JORDAN, law, tax thereon on the 25tb met"ds open departments. Llrg faculty and law tax deed will Issue Ihera on the tax deed will Issue &b.11''!
ins .'.' Mm. W a,. upmts is Clerk Clrcnlt Court Volusla County dav of doe, wll..ue, buII"nll. &CLL.iMY-)1lratluates : day of July I 1WNIWltaeasniy ) 10 day of July A. D. 1UOU. .

r. 'J. LICE. MoVRUBY, '- Witness my 0 ll.signature and sealibis Yale PUEPARATOUY, Michigan Chlongo and prepa"1. to enter, Barnr. i olHolal' signature and seal Wltess m', oloial' signature and 8.t
: ,; Solicitor for Complainant' I the lard day of June t A. D, 1WH.) .NUUMAL Cornel taCHOOL Kindergarten oolego. Ibis 9tb day of June, 10 thi the loth 0 ouoe A. I'. 19UB.
C. ERY 00., D.lt. MkM. BAM'L D JORDAN Ing. 2. ANI Grammar School In I. build. .. I JORDAN,
Notice of Fla. Primay separate buiding. sonool espe : : JORDAN Clerk Vlrtll CoorS Volusla V. Fla/"
Clerk
1i Application for Tax Deed Under Circuit Court Volusla'county, cially prepares School teachers. I lerk Ctrault C' :(.inutnt lit unty.
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws MUdlO SCHOOL-A dozen
pipe
a
organ, pianos build
of Florid Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under log, larva fHonlty 10.0.0 stady. separate Notice of Application Tax Deed Notice of Application for Tax Decal

Notice .. Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly pasts, models, eto. Under Section 8 of Under Section 8 .of Chapter
hereby given'hit Chapter 4 H8
Ws promptly obtain o.B.aad teen Tnrpen. of Stetson has of Laws of 4
forelun Borld. a faculty 44 prr..ore and Instructors. They hold degrees Laws of
i tine Co, purchaser Tax Certificate No 320, from Florida. Forida
dated: 6th day June, 1'HK.' has tiled said J hereby given that U K. Ccxpurchaser the UDlver.lyorCbloa o. Harvad, Yale. Dartmouth. Columbia. Univer Notloe is "tleJe'l. hereby that
rtifloaU given
os city of .. hereby (given that Thomas D W Wl.rr
: In my offlco. and has made of Tax Certificate I No. SIC daleJ6th 8.n BDoknel. Inl..rly ol Mlcbl/an. Dennison, of tax al.te.f[
]1 applica and Universities. purchaser of:Tax Certidoate purchaser certificate No .
day of June 11104 has ttl ob.1 are Wllabt. No. 871
PATENTSCASNOW tion for tax deed ta Issue 1 Inaowmlanca-. withaw. 'd said certin. .
tbe ,
61b ? bas .
i 45} I l Bald oertlfloate embrace the fol Sets la my offloe. and has made application volumes Iuar. million dollar end ,wment; an endowed library of equlpme'.t. bas Died said uav June A. IX.I 111 dl oCuneI02. .rtiiicau -
In made amillostinnrortaj
ll
l lowing described situated la roe tax deed to Issue In acoordsnoa with ; I baulrl chapel with CUy. furnishings. Including stained glass "e..tldo.t my o/llc ; -
property Volosla bas made dose
to issue
windows, 10,01)0 tax .. In
law. Said embraces tbe lollowng 701 a f pIpe organ; a with complete/ de .ordsoo
county Fla, towltBWKand : ordote palnUDt. ymna.lllf In accordance with law. with law. Said cettlttusH

". "' .. SWK bnw3f see 13, tp 19s, oounty., Florida towlttlx situated In Volusla SrParsLu..n gridiron, besides Athletic swimming Field running, golf, rowing' tnol. ourte.. b..b.1 rmurares. the following described ortdo... filluwiiiK dwwrlbvd property embrsc.' .luale tb

1- r.rang ate; 200 3 acres : t I I. lilork 4 Ponce Park. men and women; five large .laboratories for Chemistry, Phys .Itn.t In Voluala countFlorida'towltl Vnlusla. uoiuiiy,.Florida, 'owll
The said land being assessed. at the date The said laltd being assessed at the dale ics, Bacteriology. MIDemiolY and lilulogyt several large musenms : situ 8, block 4J, Seville EX of n.W, see 29, tp IBs, r ; HO sores
of tbe Issuance"' of such ortldoate in tbenami ul thai Issuance ol such eerUdua. In Ilisame electric nhta,elet.o bl.steam beat cement wales, shell .nd'.bop.v. of The said land belnjr" assessed st the d.\e '.The said land being, ... 81 nt tbe date .1 ;
': H. V. Butcher. Unless said eertltoaw of V, B. risber. oertlH.eale DU"spacious campus, tr social', literary .ma. students' the Issuance of sunS cerldaal In oftbttlaauanmnf chub certidoate.. In tue
aIIalt be redeemed. according to law shall be redeemed aofordlng t.l.w.\ elub star lecture nourseat Christian not sectarian teaching. The location name of Cornelia V. .said n'me of Ulias Unless said ,
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tax deed will Issue thereon on the .JOlla day tax dee.l will Isaue tbeieon on the 21th day l I bautlu and healthful and the expenses are low. corlltleato .b.1 be redeemed aucordlor to shall Mund. oertldoau
<; \ IDly, 1MN '. :. r oalyll I-t views, folder and talon addrena tbe I law, lax issue tbereoa on tb. as b l,'X b .therea .aoonniin 'lawn
u P.ldtt' o.vof d- )
.1 d.y
Witness, my offlnUI slgaatnre.a".J offlolal signature and seal juir, A.D.IHU. o f Ju. oqt' 10b I
this I the llth day of Juo. WOU. I .thl.tke.8rd day of June, liiotl.HAll'LD.. LINCOLN HULLBY A. MVPh.. D. >DeLaa '--VJL x AIM.n. o D.uI' JORDAN this toe 113rd day ufjune, A. D..imxi.ji .. ..the .day of June alln.toNI.n'. \ .
D.
vOUrkCUooM' .
: CourtVelualaCXniiity.FU) Clerk Circuit Court. JIlliLlAltelerk llJ
: oounty, Ia SAI'IU. 1
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: Clmlt L
I.p r--A4si) c'rt. Vo'' I.OUO 11. Clerk circuIt Court rT
Voluala Qo \
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