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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME XXI DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO., FLA., FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1906. NUMBERk .

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JAMES- W. PERKINS, OF INTEREST WAFTEUiTO (Miss Ada a. Massey" Is the duly accredited WRITE NOW''J,. '\'J'J

: agent of The Record at Orange I
.1. ATTORNEY1 COUNSEiAB1dT= AVoid ltttriandal :phis- THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS City and will accept subscriptions and No. 1:151: No. IOyll, FOR OUIt.. 'd

) LAW CORRESPONDENTS. ads for the same. Any courtesies extended "
her will be dnly appreciated.) ,
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DeLand, ,C"j'1 -' .Florlda-f\ i pbaelbakingpowdersThelabel I NEW CATALOQ ; ',
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Pierson.Joseph Mra. Jaa. Scott is the sick
Will Practice In State and FedcratCourtll on list. '

law that all Miss Grace Padgett spout Monday In SlIve";. SlIv.rManicure 'ILLUSTRATING .j
requires
town calling on old friends. ,
Miller of Palatka rnrallz- Manicure
was
STEWART & BLY Mr. and Mrs Wm. Gray have arrived p' DizfnriondsWatches "J
Ing at this place Sunday
the ingredients be named from Northampton Mass. a
Scissors Sciileon
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office Charlie Renney. a polite laddiback of The many friends of the Fancett fern ;} '
Emporia was In this boat Sunday. ily welcome their ;
return arriving Saturday

,in i,Blt k.|PoetoffioeDAYTONA; 1.Jn on ,the; >labels: Look out Mrs C. H. Merriam joined the Methodist last. $1.50 1 also I ,;'J

Branch office over church at this place Sunday eve Mrs. Freeman returned home Friday 'or i

for the alum ning. from Cassadaga. We are glad to see her l Jewelry
Vary D. Landls Bert l'1 hLANDIS. compounds. much Improved.
J. B. Bradahaw and pretty little wife
.a. R181i,+J j of Emporla was/ on thin quarter deck Mrs A, W. Cblaholm has been quite Bracelets
Saturday miserable since her return but Is somE
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- NOTE.-Safely lies in buying only better at this writing.If .
AT-LAW, Miss Sarah Dartls, a handsome young
lady of this place Is from DeLand to you need cheese cloth call on J. B. Manicure Articles
Royal Powder which is up ,
Baking Welch. He sell
DeLand, Florida. a see the folk can you any quantity
Will Practice la State and Federal ** you wish-from one yard to 500. Silverware

Courts. pure, cream or tartar baking powder* Mrs Jake Harper of this place Is still Last week Mr. Cozen shipped twenty '.
Special facilities for examining and quite sick. Her host of friends are cases of Orange mineral ,
;; City water to
perfecting land title and the best that! can be made:: very anxious for her speedy reoovery. to Tampa, for an exhibit at the Fair. Cut Glass

Capt. John Born, the Lake George Miss[ M. Dickinson and Miss Katie Novelties

J L. MCCRORY, lumber company's blacksmith and ar- Boles arrrived last Thursday. It seems ?I
tiflcer was here with his family the lovely to have them at home once more
1 .. forepart of last week till Tuesday.
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand : Miss Winnefred Taylor came over on PROMPT ATTENTION T G.M A I ORDERS *
Charles C. Nasworthy, a handsome the hack Friday p. m. for a, short visitto I
FRUIT GROWERS' EVERYBODY laddibnck of Rochelle Ga, Ie here relatives, retnrnlnn to DeLand Satur

Florida.. moving on the springs of life with his

ASSOCIATIONDirectors Needs a Knowledge f Bookkeepingand Jones.uncle and aunt Mr, and Mrs C. E. day.For the benefit of those who do not Greenleaf & Crosby Co.


know about the library we wish to say i

Silas, B. Wright, S. B. Wright Jr. Elected at Heeling Held Business. Rev. A Stenwall occupied the pulpiton It ia open every Saturday from three to

BRIGHT & WRIGHT, Last flonday. The banker and the merchant have Sunday morning and evening at the livep.m. JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS
to have; their wives as well as other Lutheran church after a session of Sun. Miaa Nellie McCormick paaaed thru '
ATTORNEY-LAW.NOTARIES. men's wives need It, for if the hus- day school and Bible lessons held at the O. C. Saturday en route to DeLand to i.

PUBLIC The meeting the St. Johns River band dies, who will look after their usual morning hour. do some( bridal aboppimr.as, we are told( West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla<;

O.Hco' at Telegraph Office. Fruit Growers' Association held last Every woman she expects to. lead an engineer to the
After the
: I have'eu1flcilnt spending/ summer among altar
; Monday at the Court House was moat should business educa- soon.
Former friends and relatives the old
D&oAND: FLoRIDA. Enterprise from lake tion to enable her to look after her Pembrook. Georgia, home, Mrs.at I. C. The two nieces of Jas Walden Misses SATISFACTION I OR MONEY REFUNDEDThere
Helen, Orange City. Glen- household duties in a business and
Ella and Battle Waldenof
\. Hughes ot this place returned home .Witbersfleld. 1_ .
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wood, DeLeon Springs, Emporla, and practical manner. The farmer needs She looks much Conu, arrived the past week and will
recently. improved.
J E. ALEXANDER DeLand,were'present. this training Just aa much as the mer_ 'She received a cordial welcome back. spend the winter with their coasin.Mrs.
About thirty persons became memo chant or banker. It Is true he has not J. D. Graham.We .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. bers. They are owners of 3booocltrus been using it as much as they; this Is 'I The Hagstrom brothers, Fred and are little children throughoutour i tern of sewage disposal, and are
and 10,000 peach trees, and represent just the reason he does not hold more Carl are In this neck of the woods afteran are glad to see so many of the State who are parentleas. anxious for this Improvement. With

Office, In Brush Block. Indirectly as many more. As soon as Important place .in the commercial eight months spent in New York colored people building homes for them- or worse than homeless. The hOIDelell8,1 two exceptions, the City Council we
DeLand Florida. organisation is in good working world today.* The farmer are in the and Connecticut. We find them the selves. This is'aa it should be. Henry Home Society of Florida understand, are In favor of It, and the

In ,State and Federal order, and a suitable permanent secretary majority they have a right to bold a 'same model big hearted mannerly Giles ia now busy on his house( on Voln- find a place as a son or daughter In a I Igood property owners of the city at ,the
Will Practice
Courts Is elected by the directors to ruling hand of power, but before they young men as in the days of vore-more ala avenue, and when completed will family home for every inch child polls last spring, expressed their desire -
do the work. the matter of increasing can do It, they will have to learn to level headed lads than they are an. be a pretty one. In oar State And for this work of to have bonds issued for this pur

the membership will be pressed.It keep accounts of their entire business, scarce as chicken gold filled teeth. The reading public generally and the transplanting children from distressful I pose, so that we do not believe that
'r looks now as If there will be at their various crops or fields their la- I Library Association in particular are conditions to that of parity love and the people of DeLand wish to.see this

'\. :>R. O. A.. DafIS.:: l'l', ,' least two hundred, memberS.lluglled; bor. a..obw"uYlllltock.. ; the s ofpro I r-RevrrW: A: Lowder preached his very much indebted to Mr. Chas Dickinson plenty we appeal to the citizens of matter put upon the shelf. ,
( within a few weeks and that this ai duct, etc,v' They, ,;will have.f1o.learn. to farewell sermon for this conferenceyear for a set of the Dooley books, two Florida to operate with as, to help to As to bonding for our outstanding
PBY3ICIAH.AJID: D SURGEON. social, ion will prove a success in every think( carefully- platt..and Hook( in' the, Methodist church at this volnmes of Gibson pictures and a year's lessen the sufferings of Innocent children Indebtedness, we believe that our

,DEZ.MW.; -LORJD';';',! re!papt., closely after all business alr.'per- 'place Sunday. Brother Lowder has subscription to Scribner'a This generous by providing real homes for them Councilmen are in the best position to

Office at rflidenc4, Indiana',a,venue, [?Qfitcert-elected/ are so thoroughly taningtojtheiruceupatlpn.ITherels>> ( I done good and faithful work on this gift will be highly appreciated by all homes( with loving foster-parents. khow as to whether or not it Is a wise
Court goose.; .' trustworthy and representative of thefnjtt .need of..apractical; ,charge since coming here two years ago. The Children's Home( Society of Flor- plan but we would not have voters led
Interests of the, Johns River edpcationpeucbt tht'Atlanta We wanted a Methodist church item that Is dead
St. as given.by This instrument of God has endeared 105 children Into believing sewage a
rescued
Office Hours: 9 to 13. I 3 to 4. and 7 to 8. tieglwn.IJlat their names Inspire confi Com* ercla1 Colleget ii White 'I himself to all the people and more and we got one, but not what we hoped ida within has the already borders of Florida. Many of' issue for we still believe that It Is a

dence. ihese offlo!r., are as follows: hall street, Atlanta, Oa.,<.ehais'the especially tat' the best elemeut and it la for. It seems that some boys have been children permanently located I matter of the most vital Importance
these now
.. -..- '. frcnldaiat: ,.-H..R.RttiTi i. farmer We-we-glad to note that the universally hoped that the annnal conference doing bad work up at the chnrch-broke in homes are of happiness and plenty. to the city, and that Its adoption
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. Vice President-A. G. Hamlln. farmers are beginning to realize their will re assign him to this circuit the glass on the outside lamp and have They sit at bountiful tables they sleepIn should not be delayed longer than Is
MRS. Directors-G. A. Dreka. J. W. Perking condition, and the necessity of a business ; so say we all. otherwise annoyed church attendants comfortable beds they are; respect- absolutely nezeaaary.
A. T. Rosslter, W. D. Heebner, education. number of young and people in that vicinity. They are live; in families V.W GoULD,
clothed they good-
PHYSICIANSURGEON.. J. P. Mace C. B. Pelton,J. Conrad, men are with them at the present for Mr. S. O. Chase,the wide experienced known and they better not repeat it. and ably regarded as members of the Sec. Board of Health.It .

Z. T. Blelby. J. J. Beers G. D. Jack- the sole purpose of qualifying them. Sanford fruit and vegetable broker was School notes are as follows; Grammar family are; they are caressed and loved;

--..... Office on East New York Avenue son.The selves to make greater success on last a conspicuous character and at this place grade teacher Miss Tompkins, reports and after a while they will become good is said that the that ...
Presdent Is ex officio director.A ( the farm. They will make leaders In week inspecting conferring message
DELAND FLORIDA. two new and two have and filling places of usefulness
pupils men
of the directors is called their and honored citizenslonll' with his packinghouse foreman Emil women
meeting community dropped out, viz.: Misa Bertha Scott who in society.Is President Roosevelt will send in
for today when secretary and trcu- to be remembered. Magnnson and N L Pierson. Mr. Chase
I tttkes to when it meets iu De-
a training course at the Orlando Congress
not all this something to be thank:
will be chosen. Much of the work is a moat pleasant agreeable gentleman.
user The Atlanta Commercial Is
College Miss
and Lillian Baker
hospital who ful fort Shall not our praise' and bember will be a hummer. It
A. S. MUNSON, of molding the organization into a the most He i is foil of push and energy, and
known most
f-R.) widely practical goes to Jacksonville for a visit. In the
Thanksgiving be the highest on this ao will deal with the evil
system that will benefit and protectall modern thorough business trainIng courteous to all and enjoys true popu- primary grades Misa Moffatt vigorously
fruit growing Interests will fall; school and college of shorthand in larity with the hands m this packing. these pupils above 70: Salonia reports Ring count delivering little children from : trust problem, and he will ask for
HOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. the and I house bee-hivs) of industry. It ia now cheerless homes from want from evil
upon, secretary great pains thla section. Allle Rough Edward Douglass, Herbert additional laws to enable the De-,,
surroundings t
running at its full load
IB being taken to select the right man. capacity, a car
Office Second Door South of Fisher'. The plan of the association similar per day. Ring Maurice Ring, Willie English If we kept these 105 children togetherwe partment of Justice to more effectually -
I Viola Stanford
Drug Store.. Gertrude Scammell. would extensive buildings curb the aggression of such
to like organizations In California require t
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m. 3 to 6 Onft'.a a Warily Te... I When you are in the right place your Hamilton Baker Edmonia Moore. Pearl
: ; which have proved so effective and many care-takers. In marchingline trusts.., ,If Roosevelt is forced J Ito
and Belle
,, and 7 to 8 p. m. Guest (at anniversary dinner)-Tou wrong place IS empty aud when you Galloway, Willie Lawa.Blanch they would make a good showing;
DeLand Florida. belong to one branch of the beefs fame aim at the ground yon are sure'to hit Demro and Richard Myers. We hopeto that would impress people with the :stand for re-election, in the face

Tampa State Fair ily. I believe.' Poor'Relation; I the sky. So it was with the undaunted ( hear from others next week. magnitude of our work. But the fact ia of his repeated declarations that,

belong to the-branch that'..,et' hadt" Pierson and other Mulligan Guards in One day last week there came Dear that they are not visible in one place; he will not be candidate for the

QR. JOHN REEVE, 6n account: of the Florida State Mldwtatq plume on it.-Tit-Bits. DeLand last week. When It comes to being "a hot time In the old town they are scattered over the State,In private Presidency again, he will get: no

>:Fair at Tampa, Nov., 14th to weaving jury verdicts they are like the While Mr. Ben Tharabv was painting ; families, which means that we.are assistance from these trusts.W. i
-' 29th, the Atlantic Cnast Line railway old hayseed when he saw the 550 feet the porch roof of the Orange City Hotel ,doing the best thing for the taxpayer ,

PHYSICIAN AND.SURGEON, wllkaeJlr tickets tot one air olua 70 The C...>l.ra.... V/,5., high Washington monument for the using a kind of tar paint that must be ,the best thing for society the beet thing
cents(Including admission coupon)for "What do you consider most essential Brat time. He gazed at it a long time kept hot while in use, tbe paint boiled ,for tbe child. Home life is the only H. Wood & Son,
Office In store,recent17. occupied.by .*-> undtrip..-The tickets will be In being ; at and then remarked to a large crowd over caught fire, and began to spread source of individuality and strong char. O. F Spauldlng,
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West on sale from points north and west of quick eperteo7'"A that it was the darndeat, highest one over the roof which happened to be acters. Practical Painters
New York Ave.DeLand Archer, Gainesville Rochelle, Hawthornq.andPalatka person who constantly strives to, storry brick crib he had ever seen. tinned. Mr. Thnrsby showed great .
Florida. be quick at reparjes.n.wer.ti, Mica We therefore moat earnestly ask the It's sound sense that we tell you. .'
Including these presence of mind and his usual excellent people of Florida to make a Than.egivlug Your work coats leas dollars and \a' -
Nov. 13 15 17 20 22 24 27 and Cayenne ,"sbonld, bet quite .tII'8Ju j baa The young women and girls of the
points, judgment; of the quickest way out offering to this society, which has beat every time you use the L. & M.
Lutheran church at this will holda
place
29. south of the abovepoinamdv friend who are slow to ?-Washington
.J'p>m points angar of difficulty. The burning bucket of for' its object the finding a good family Paint.
ASSAGE. bazaar sale of fancy' articles etc
npt including them Nov. Star. Desldes fancy work; a fine variety of paint he threw down into the soft sand, home for every homeless and dependent 'You I do more painting with one gal-
I 4 and daily thereafter except Saturday and the box containing the stove al hild in lon
handkerchiefs collars and : the Iate.Contrlbothns of L. & M. than with two gallons
girdles ,
to and including all trainsschemed .... ..d4 and charred he carried
up ah M. ready burning
A. MANSFIELD be office of other paints and the L. & M. Zinc
GOOGIJAATryjMr.! aprons can be inspected. The sale will may sent to the
.G to arrive in Tampa before Hubaad-Whatl Twenry-flv dollar .down the ladder and threw sand on this the L. & M_ White Lead and
include of the finest >f tbe society, room S, Astor building hardens
BlOOODMAkV a great variety
'I'I.I. ) limit
: Nov. 'Final
MISS MAUDE noonot 29. leaving also We understand there Is
only a
7 for that bonnet Why. rf. ridiculous home.made candy, ice cream cakes: Facksonville, Florida. makes the L. & M. Paint wear like
-... _r TawpalDlo43u\ Wife-Yes. I know It \Isn't anr1blnt'toboast ; chocolate, coffee and sandwiches, etc few feet of hose that has not been rat- MRS. O. H. SEATON, Iron. 'i
Full Information can be had from eaten even the last piece that was purchased I 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gal,,
521 BOULEVARD DELANO. FLORIDA of bat yoU said yon coaldnt\ afford >n the afternoon and evening of Friday.
all .'la"tlc"Ooa t. Line agents, or bonnet Columbus Nov. 80, at the Mrs. Johnson honse largely by private subscription, I State SaptA Ions Linseed Oil will paint a moderate ,
an expensive -
f roo|Frank: H. D. BRACEY. 'Agent, Coast Lire'", Dispatch. cordially invited. Lads, all attend and are ingly. Oh well, we are told that the Actual cost L. & M. about $1,20 per
DR. Is heavier taxes this Correction.
to
Jacksonville best vision of and city pay : year gallon.
-' - ------ All luxury: corrupt* eMter the moral* carry good behavior.Tour beauty and of course that! means better fire pro A. T. Terrell Riverhead, IC-1Y.' ,, I
DENTIST.. or the taste.-Joubert. tection. "Sure thing I" To. the Editor of The Record: writes: "Id years ago painted with I..

f ,1--- J J. Peterson of this place architect, We would like to correct a state & M. ,i Only now requires repainting"

Office: First door west of Bank. p 'I ii .. I guilder and contactor who is hurrying ment recently made in an appeal to I Sold by B. D. McDonald,,.DeLand.. n, ..
-,, DeLan" Florida.'. : u l lI blurt falm Prliu.U9lppiilsAU.We .' up a big contract on Long Island, N. Y, Port Orange. voters by Councilman 'BuehneU,,who Florida. '- 2 ,
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refer to that boon to weak nervous sent down and paid (3 00 in advance re- would dispose of the sewerage question .I
suffering wosMnrknowu.a* Dr. Fierce'. newel to The Volnala County Record by ; by a stroke of his pen. He states i
COUNTY ABSTRACT and, Favorite Prescription.>> his sister Miaa Frederica one of Pier- Our visitors here enjoyed the very that : Thousand Have' Kidney TronbUad :? '
!
VOLU:4IA: \ CO. 1 Dr.John Frfeone of the Editorial Staff ton's beautiful yanng women Saturday fine weather we have had for the past I "The twelve thousand dollars Don't''Know It.
: It Itt of Tae KoLwmo: MBBIOAI: : Paviaw.aye: : 1
to its ascent S. E Smith. Miss Frederica week. authorized for sewage will prob-
I Qr of Unicorn root (Jfelonlos ZXoiea) which is just aa bright aa she ia charming not be used for several 1 Row To rind oat.I '
ably
years
Bert Fish, Cary D.Laadji\ I I.one of the chief Ingredients of the"FaTorlte Mr. P. D. Parker was here for a -<
President Sec y and Treas. t # who composed the pretty rhyme whilea oonple of days this week returning from yet, as upon Investigation ft has' J I Fill a bottle or common glass with' your
i "A mnedr w Wch.. .'I'vtabJr. .. : art is a messIn.lnvt5ontor little girl attending Miss Edna Willi. Savannah to his home at Oak Hill. been found that the amount avail water and let If stand twenty-four hours; a .;
furnished andtitlliprrfect- mak..* tornormUie; oombe's school here several years ago It able at present Is entirely too.mall '" 'I i sediment or settling -
Abstracts : entire 1Ieproducti q.km. is as follows: It takes not time or think Mr. Percy Petite who has spent several to Install an adequate system.:: I Indicates an ''
ed.. Maps., Plata. .and.Bluo'h", { l1taBup-" : Es mans continue which*more"In Hlop fully\ ''.::'have, st.medlc above. ing fine when 9 time 1 are only 9,neither days visiting here, returned to Oak If there has been any recent Investigation I p unhealthy I Condi- .

plied. Voluel Ooeinty !sDELAD purpoeee them any OUr UTMV.ankh w". .fell 1 ant are we long In stating 9 times i are Hill Wednesday. From nil indications of this matter, we have failedo tlon of the, kid-, ,;:
OppoetM, ,. FYFLdtt1W l i / li t I T-women iMt I* celdom_ that. a.*c*iseI.I 18; nice thread Is made with leaven there are charms here that will caaae hear of It. Something over a year "neys; If It stains
.. e Indication 9 times 8 are 27 we are fond of white your' linen lit
I form which docs joot preient some ; him soon to return. the Board of health, seeing its > Is, "
for thlrsjqwd1el .....49 Rn yyfe 9 time 4 86 bees make ago .
further candy sticks are ; evidence of, kidney .
..'tolf tonq colog ..re)mon. the lug Mr. Uargbman was in the village necessity, made a thorough I'
m eaoRoITb. : In hives, 9 times 5 43 wash probable trouble A
f. CABLE PIANOS : for HelODlu:: (Unicorn moor ftla honey are ; Wednesday calling on the business men (Ion of the oractlcability and ; toot '
L QITY'lJCAb ESTATE: AND tSOTVBANCB tcnlnc.In the' Mokv wlta MoeorrhoMi your hands and come to tea 9 times ,7 t frequent daslr to' -
.J well the and atomic. (weai)_41'...... o!,be ....prod...""w. 63 apples good to eat and all property owners In the interest cost of InstalUng a sewage system. We I It =':'
...- OFFH5B OF .:.. suits the, pocket. eye o.e of wom..Dtal deDre aloD sod isLermne are ; as snre as are of a handsome folder soon to be gotten bad, to assist us.! an expert i8 the''Per- .. .. --t pss 'or pain Inl) f
9 times 8 72 the nines this the back la also ,
it's are are
earl because moderately priced wir."roalo ; way the beauties of Port Or. son of W. W. Lyons. a sanitary engineer : <
advertising
EATVABDCity > wellmade and hanaomely finished. It dt.beylioaesa..e sn.of ooataenuttoiiiot > real good fan 9 times 9 are 81; now 9 out who looked the ground over convincing proof that the kidneys.. .and.. bladde \ -. .
= I'I
E. H. .. baa utrong, sweet tone, of great "hl In the ).. :due to th*wkedooadltloo kldfnri tunes 10 are 90; 9 times 11 are 99; so the ange.Mr. and us as much Information a* mem of order. I'" '
menorrhe flooding a
'-- range and volume and Is constructed a t ot'tb* 'rodu.tlvs.sst.p1 nines are done, let ns play till 9 times 13 Cornelius Christlancv l Is having a aa gave possible without an actual survey. ", .. ,cove to' no...,., ,,, ...., ". .
Property aSpenlaltyne> eirltae '6a principles which make It one of the amowTbaft (*appiwM or *bnl monthly are 108.. portion of his fine grapefruit shipped found( that, by assessing the cost I There* ii'' omfott In the knowledge so \:[
for the Aetna, The leading flre insurance fod.). .rblnv.fram or ccompmnjlnif: ana We often "
business exprewdI'UUU: Dr.
most durable pianos ever offered to this week. Mr. C. baa nri eye to < > .Kllmer'slw.po'; '
pr f the In the) stree <
-plpee
oompanr of Amerloa'one of,the, \biet tpo*>U... ,Certainly no more attrac ::r:="'ID 1 thin Y.fn =:t"!r organs' fo.ta.at.f. f The Record Is needed. Capt Thomas and is having his fruit packed I e property sewer that was benefited; epos,.we Root', the crest kidney/' remedy;j Mull\ \ every
few flre aempeble.aow'v.y<< poputarlaSan tive or reliable Instrument can be purchased ..r..r.money" .; Ie .. ........s.rt__ Nesbett an uncompromising Bob Davis with great care and pat up in very;attractive _ould for twelve thousand dollars, or with td Curing rhaumeUI q n. pain In' the '

Fnfrt oo. California. for the money.4".AERICKSON a. democrat, of Astor, who takes nothing form. !lees. I la'' disposal,plant IrltkbIe11vet1, btadder.nnd' eVery part-. "
eftheabov..ymptaeeare a.
No 808, Boulerard.. DeLand, Fla. *i. possibly put of the ... .. '
} : o Invalid woman can bat the best reading matter, paid his renewal Nolan sister and of -which.raul4 vrlnary Dgpw.ct.inablaty' "
The friends of Miss Mattie a system sewage '
f DeUind, Fla.n to The Record to its Pierson toflbiglttei-aad cal ng In ;,
: 1 \ better than take Dr. Fierce', Favorlt representative of Mrs. J. L Pattlllo, who spent two cover the business part ,of town and ,. pain paulnc'
of-the leadlDsMniredlents Neebett Is It. bU..fect.e1t.Dowlnr1\IMl
prescription' Saturday. Capt. here will be pleased to hear of our principal streets, and take care of t-llcillOl'o/i/ ;
winters o. ,
of which Unlooru rooWoifBelpnlas.and a single man bat a candidate among the wine; or beer,and oye/oOntM that tnplataant ;
V. .H. VOORt IS!, I 1 [l. .,. with U. the medical properties 1of, which It fair here Here 1 is a good( one on him: her approaching marriage on December the; University houses.and of this our hotels the and assessment necessity of being compelled to go often f I'
to Mr. W..; B. Cram of boarding By plan
Atlanta
Boat faithfully repneenta.Prof. 24tn, in the M
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While attending a protracted meet they during<< day; to (ef Tip many times !
Dentist J Now Is the time. or Golden Seal root. another prominent that city. Mr. Crane Is prominently against any particular pieceof .
.' Inlt'edl.nt at "i'.vorlte Prescription walked across the pasture field going connected with the Western Electric Co. property would be small, And,more' duiriUijilgWtiIT5(( '; e Wlld. *. tb, extra- '
j cash for losses, v Ben, home from preaching. The moon was the benefit,abe ofdlnarv: effect of.Swamp-Root I* soon!Itblpladdwihihlph.ii // ,
P.O. B1ocYtllteLndiFla; Spot ? pror. Flnl41. ERln.wood" M.I1wp of Atlanta and la a very promising business than overbalanced by I .
.e" Medical College, ChlC&COO,says banging on the end which,lengthened derived. By putting In main of sufficient t for! ttIa Wl>' ;"j r ,i
Boon:)8.80'to' ) and',8q,i o'4 JJ.should be protected. v' ti."l y :a /mpp .=:k.\'U'oJ. out their shadow. while now and then young man. size, the system could be extended .der/yleurepaMi.ielat/\ !} elMnNsi.rays. n.' ,,'"
r.efwd L a bullfrog note was fetched across the Ill 4 you need a mad, ne,you. the (rl'Zollb !.
from time to time as-our
.-.ral.af..hl. naU 1tY_11&In.. ,the silk that her form' Just In'S' aaI $':atz.oLft'. ; '
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..,"f.. .r: Golden Seat\ root and the lace that trimmed her hat.i, I 'r.9't"9"," '""pIe..u.1Of..t,, *
very company reliable. i" of We do not believe that anythinghao I 'i i
to stitch and thread and Dd rlUL. ,
loved it, every ,1YtIrY. ,
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; : ? g, Yr button on her shoe. They had nearly : r' 8111I' '" !
1 Wiugndoe.yonrpoilcyexptre, .C;. ..--"W'1J crossed the field when what should' possible what wa poe tbleat; that tlbohlhsMth ',
Livery Feed' int s>dest Ie -.-lly, ... .. 1M tonlo.ua; t.: "' While know that We could I (C : '
Ilpur penny 1n force'I:: ... .; -I all ....bIII...... uazs- they dlskiver bat ''Jim Cades's ball a time. we wfaleh II ... ... ''1... ",'.' ';I. 'ir't \;
Faahlonabl.Turnouts ,. ,, Bartholow H. t>- 'of. Jefferson raising\ sand like hade was in his lives; the Citizen of Florida; not at i present put iu> plant :! ttta., t(! d .< '
\ Fine I _, JeIrpphon4qumber.dsteea.kHON :: ,, 'l Bug meet all train*at A. O. L. Depot. ,-VaI..eble'Ja uterine hmmvhaea musesof "In my arms for fear tbe brute might families are expressing: ,, their gratitude at least mak a start aDd have It where' .......'O ...... it ..
Hack net moralai and .fUr- W.: &. INSURANCE AGENCY Loed./ and oonmttafWHawn 'harm her so I wish the State waa' full to God for the Meanings of the year for it Inmost needed, ;:
O. By. train *t Orange City, .jB*%uwlnful iTYiTi"ii"iJ 1.. _. ; loving children and comfortable ,' Board ofHeYtwhich"In ;, is 'W} l4k j e'I.1 l i6tftktibtiPfe: rit. "f( ,\
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COUNTY I The railroads are preparing for If all the DeLand people will Stetson University. The school of music will give two free

the immense tourist travel to pull together in every move for organ recitals The Elocution depart. it iiaaiiaiiiiiiiireaiiaFEaaas.uaaEtaaeaiaaaaiiiaFra

I Florida this winter. Magnificent the welfare, growth, and pros- President Lincoln Hnlley of Stetson ment will give entertainments. Excursions Eatabllahad .1867 :TW
made
will be to the work ,
". .Entered. aeoond la 01.the... matter.PoaUiffloe at palace trains are to be put on perity of the town, there is a University has just received from the laboratories museums, art rooms shops and W SGOBEL & D A Y, 3JB.JS NEW WEST YORK CITY STREET II't ; I
a. early in January,direct from New bright future for the place. She press his new book entitled "Stud lee in kitchens of the Domestic! Science Department
the Book of Psalms." Dr. has W: AUCTION SPECIALISTS :
Halley
York as well as from Chicago, isjgrowing now faster than she for demonstration purposes I
0, E. PREY J.TT. Editor *; been giving these lecture for the past '
',' ,... said to be the finest trains ever has ever grown, and the improve- I i ten years at Chantanqaa, N. Y., at tHe Dr. Bell's Wonderful Remedies. :t ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANOE _INeS, PINEAPPLES ETC. T TI' :::
.. .* .-' pulled'over'' an American rail- ments made are of the most sub- Summer Scbool of the South at Knoxville Dr. L. V. Bell, originator of a now I 'Mii, 4-U InW .
The Fort'' Pierce N road. tantial nature. The homes and at Mt Eagle. Tenn., at Ashland, tamons medicine, made of Florida I ... Lat Ag-anU Florida Fruit.- _Exchange' -" :*WT '"' I

'." lively paper down on 1 business houses erected the past Ky., In Nebraska, Kansas Oblo, Penn herbs, Is introducing- remedies at :t Solicit coulfiumu for aala et auctlan. ModaratacommlMloiu. Sale.n arrvlil at twit ,''"" '
. I DeLand, giving lectures at the
corner
established by 'The'orange market Is openingup and remittance of Mt proceeds day after Ml .. > deal I
Coast, year or two are modern, substan- sylvania and other states The book la of Boulevard and Indiana Ave. every y J w aiul attention and aquara T
Q. Emerson, has been most1 satisfactorily! and the a beautiful example of good; binding and evening. He was recently at Palatka. y i I Fourth(' ::: I
tial, and of beautiful architec- and the contents receivIng and we take the following notice of him Represented by W.H.SEBRINQ. 133 St.,Jacksonville, Fla. '$
good print are
B. Brown Florida orange who has
," 'i Arthur of, one the : grower a ture. The fact that the postoffice great praise in the magazines. The and hia remedies- from- "the' Herald of .... .4. ..........4.. ..... ., ... ......... ..
'., newspaper men to ship is reaping a rich har that place:
crop
here is the fifth in the State in book published by Fleming H. Revell '
I Dr. I: V. Bell and clever
, vest. Many crops are sold at & Co., New York. his company
The Tampa Daily the matter of receipts is an evi- of colored minstrels have been holding } -1----
.. home to buyers and brokers, and The Jacksonville football team will forth for several nlghrt on Front Street
evening and dence
that has
, ," paper, the price is in no instance less our growth been be cordially welcomed to DeLand by next tothn' store of the Ankerman- -
I :' .Daily Globe a exceedingly satisfactory the past the Stetson University students Their Stewart Drug Co. and daring the time
! have just been than $1.00 per per box on the few years. gentlemanly conduct last year won thousands of people have seen heard WATTS & MILCER
1 and enjoyed what was said and done.. GO. i
l' name changed to the them many friends DeLand. Much
I tree.A Dr. Bell Is owner and originator of a
is issued aa an evening I large majority of members of Citizens of Orange county, interest centres in the game. In the number of 'proprietary remedies and
i zr contest between Jacksonville and Savannah founder of the Florida Herbal '
Companyvhich
working in co-operation with -
: : The fruit and truck' the coming session of the Legislature our the Stetson University boys wish operates in' Jacksonville and HARDWARE FURNITURE i
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l will be against the Governor's'drainage own citizens, through the Boardsof Jacksonville to win. manufactures the various medicineswhich ;
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j of Florida are sources
Commissioners of the Dr. Bell personally and effectively
County
ideas.. He is The Cecil Rhodes scholarships at Ox.
i ; that make State reported advertiser from attractive portable
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'; 'Millions'and any to have said, since the respective counties, are trying ford. England conslatlnif of $1000.00 platform.. UNDERTAKING
, wealthy. overwhelming defeat of his drain hard to get completed a hard sur- will be competed for in January. Dr. Preceding and following the Doctor's i
" ). of dollars come to [: Farriaa' Greek classes, Prof. Baldwin's Interesting and instructive lectures on LARGE AND
face road from Orlando via San- COMPLETE LINE OF HARD
WARE. TURN
that 'he is
amendment not the ailments"of the human
. ( :: every. year. from these age Latin classes and Dean Smith's mathematics body and A, ,nit are and -Eyerythlngr your home the Best and Latest in
ford Enterprise and DeLand to the exploitation of his marvelous -
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it. through' yet, and will ask the classes are centering attention edles.- first-claea minstrel performances r the Marketand our Price re aa LOW POSSIBLE for the
Ii' Claude L'Engle's Bun Legislature to enact laws that Daytona. Such a road has been on the contest. are given free which draw vast crowds One class of Goods Hardware (Our Furniture Department ia three
door. north of
\ it' cutting quite agitated for and > a large Stetson'a victory over Rolling in football around the'pavilion. The Doctor Ma our re. and when in need of anything in 11(
1 a years
was will permit him to continue the our linen w. will take pleasure In showing you through eithev depart- f.
the portion of it already completedwith at Winter Park was gratifying because I r fluent Impreaalv talker and an accomplished i ment. We have the, goods you?' need and will
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\\I supporting work. This large majority was platform entertainer. ,> back. satisfy you or your
Rollins
of the treatment that
good money "
drainage .scheme, butt$ ] elected to to Tallahassee to shell]], clay and pinestraw.It I .
go accorded the Stetson team. It,wan a Careful Attetitioil' all i '
given 'Mail O ders.
"" faun returns show no not grant the Governor any fur- is one of the most important fair square game.. No one hurt. A fine Read the Doctor' advertisement ee.. r '

f .;. that thab paper, was, in ther power to carry out his drain- public thoroughfares in Florida, spirit was shown by President Blackman where In The Record. UNDERTAKING>' EPARTMENT :
1'I' atualLw' '''. ", age scheme. and it is to be hoped that funds and his excellent students.. His 'varl ulI 'I products, which 1 oome -.. .
, .e. from'' Florida roots, gums berries, Mr. J.H. i\graduate c
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Director Morse of the School of Music Gentry,
I will be at hand in the special tax
leaves, flowers seeds etc.. are sold' by la embalming, and licensed
; I6.seeme't-, 1 t.the. The convict' lease, the insane I levy for hard surface roads. This drew the specifications for the organ The O.teen Pharmacy,and .never from. the State Board of Health, la by In I I'
yrL. against'the''Governor's asylum,"and the -Internal Im road is greatly needed for teams, that 1 la being built by the Boston firm in the pavilion., charge. of this department and .
the First church of wU
Baptist Tampa give prompt and oarefdl
i 'scheme has -'retired provement Board will be up for .
attention
wheels
and automobiles ; and This organ lathe fruit of the earnest to every detail of the
t! 'E/rowardj/ i and"William!! investigation at the next sessionof what an advertisement it wouldbe work of the Rev. Chaa. W.Duke pastor 'The ,Monroe Place, vat -2 !
; It : the Legislature: ; so we can Jl[Funeral l
JenningsV was _to our county-fine hard surface of the church. The builders greatly 'On' Woodland Boulevard';, ,near' the | Supplies )
,schetnqbutthepeople,, look' out for some lively times complimented Director Moree:00 the 8
road miles in
fifty length, University churches and poetoffloe.' Always In Stock.
''\t .itby vote.-of.threej,to when .these matters come, up. exactness of his specifications.Prof. Convenient\ to all. Sonny room and ;, If
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.,or ,......'III.'." .j A large part of. the' time of the from Orlando to the Atlantic Wm. Micklerof,I; the:-Bnsinesa the*t. meals thai ,oar, maikeU can
.a- 'The"Standard' 'Oii'Oo; i. f ; taken coast. It would also be a business College, baa injected new life into this aapply."'.For home people and tonrlata.1Una ., > f S
,.' r Legislature will be up, in bringer to the towns through school. The force of teachers this year a: P. MOOBB, I .. ,., ., .'
: Federal'TOO.rU' ? th'l \ i the investigation of different departments '" DeLand, Fl I. .. ..., ,, : .
; ., : which it passes. It would ,be a Is vastly stronger than at any time,In 1------ '" !OJ. .. J 'I..
,c'sS'orlmin&tcssei.; .;.,'If the : of the governmentand the history of the'school. All members -'. -- . . ,1" .-" nh! .
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'\?4)' ... :menfins'in: :iiH it*claim! in{ i if the half is true that is reported of the Business College,faculty are experts ..
trucker and in
\, a case,it.t.wiU. .!.have' ; 'over; 'the'State, for heaven's sake grower getting In their line and besides are highly JOHN, B; W tCH; I
Hmr;; the Standird let 'the their produce to market. There I I educated, there being three college ,
;; ? investigation come, and Why Suffer When You
'"+. 7;: :.1 060.000 ia fines for, i throwon, the searchlight.. would be no heavy sand to pullbhro'ugh ]] graduates on the etal!.. ORANQB. CITY' > FlJX'':: I,ilitj -
and a team, with more Bishop Wm. Frazer McDowell of the I ,
lawn. .
+,1'1" \* anti-trust. .- I i i1 i i "- lI'abcy"and'' Staple! Orocerle To-- 'Cltn Oetl l tcf 4Jlief'it j

./,.' ,: .t.t" ">'''''.o l" .M,4u .. ',"u.-.-."'" *, ". :' .: ...The'Staie Pair'noty: in,'session ease two to and three comfort times;could the pull load.from It a Methodist bones clOll8 Episcopal'to the ;church University bas,where taken .ba! co,'Cigars;,, ', ', I : .t.\un.U\ i;

< TM'JeoP"01'V"' "' : at Tampa, if the'biggeet'successevOr his family will reside during the winter. Dry''Goods: Shoes s;jHatgji;f Etc.t Etc. ,byte." ">' Use ofD.IL.VDelpeFlorida, ;,. t
\... h 'be ter. ... .: achieved along: this line in would pay the people if a general Mass Harriet Taylor, the National ; .iDUcoV ery' [ydurftlenJeandiieighbora I

b>ipi tTtry,have e'fe, "'''b Fl rida.--r80grand: : in the under public subscription were had to Secretary of the Y, M. C. A., baa planed l Beat and Vreaheafr:r'jaaned tioodg; I about the' wonderful curd helnjr'erfected by I
taking that a State .Fair ,at that aid constantly are back ; in.the,completion of the road. her niece In Stetson University for. the reMadleg-Hetirrpgetea'By! UfB2T1:'Co
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amngp 4fOPa,' of place will be'* certainty for future 1 year.. Miss Taylor i la very eminent In 2laar l ; j I"Orocvrjea l.i -i -for. :>four) itr tables. .I ::. tOi!(the teen Pharmacy and "procure..gomeH -
.Mr. V gfrnree' -' ,'great '-yearsv The wonderful To their own credit, as well]] as Christian'' work throughout the world' I of the i' rids Ber"'R'" et"edtear No flatter
3.' W /; hibits,on""display- are ,an''; eye- t x t> the credit of the Nation, both and ia greatlyjbelovrd by the I'Christian: Country Produce. bought wbit4&lrcowalyq !,Aoq q1/1.b>> "',pPd''flhtd J2
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..... and- (l ope net"to: ;many of the visitors, Platt and Depew should resign; young women In all the :school of the Ordera receive" careful r attention'' I b1'' .lQt"atit4 Dli i6v<
-' ; : even to thousands of Florida people their seats in: the Senate of the Southlands. and deliveryprompt.: .' 'Yeti will L''ttsaiuTSl4anulftsa1* 1.1JN I
to '. tIIIIt in attendance.! In offsnehyh"magnifieentFair 1 United States 'Their usefulness Prof. Sohrie Director the Normal find my prlcess low*,the lQwcs.Glyame ,_ 't.or4; 1Q 'tI .,....1. I'- .
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;i y Tampa to,the people of their own State, 1 School,'lias. just issued the annual bulletin a calf?',. s "' I I .5 'I m.ae'w'., 'II' sale ."u .,,;,
; shows,,a most, wonderful',en.ter- 1 as well at to the country at large : of,Uu Normal School' and,there are tws mT The 05 tee ;;Pharm'a'cv'
prIZ4s, ;;.abd' her publicspiritedeni has passed, and they are hack some Important paw features: for this 1'1UT unr. g !! : ; -
eiu,. should be commended for numbers politicians 1! and states ,!ear: The President 'of thW ;University '').: IJa'CoDD... tt. a',. \ ., ,a, ,? .. e.n l .. .:.
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.. f'": "If'I"< .: retts and Slides. Ureka's. Sunday school at 8.45.: Morning sermon
for HAVE BEEN
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'I" JUST t. ,.tlll,' ,," finest line of art squares on display at 11 o'clock:, theme "The ,Reward .'
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l.r 7n.-', ;{ i : of Walking by the Spirit. y P'S.
When Thanksgiving comes> Mr. E. T. Gross has sold his crop of C. E. at 6.45.: ; theme "Marcns
Whitman. Evening sermon at 7 80
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round oranges to Mr. Z T. Bielby. Though the"Persistent Efforts of Dr. Hulley theme,, "Peace as a Duty''. All are cor.

And the loved ones far offCome Gold filled watches, warranted for ten ,. daily Invited ,i
years from 90 to 97.00, at Bnley's. Baptist
the Suits Were Ditmissed. Ckareh.
to the old homes. Make our store headquarters for all Service at the Baptist Church will be
yon need to eat, wear and nae. 'j I II at 11 a. m. and'1:80p. m. In the morning .

wrwwww... Dreka's. Lust Saturday Nov. 17, Major Alex: thing that [it has said. It confesses to the discourse will be on 'Joohebed,
or, A Mother'*Inflaenoe" In the ;
Mrs. M. M. Bond and Mre. F. P. Com ander St. Clair Abrams .attorney for I Indignation at what It ooncelved to be a I log} "Thing; Worth Having.) Anthem even- ?

propel were in town from Lake Helen John V. Forbes and Lena B Mathe, great wrong done to John B. Stetson. and quartette. Ton are cordially In.

Plan Now Save Time Monday. plaintiffs in the famous lawsuit cgainst Others took the opposite view and we vited. .
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Mesdames Thnrsby Bnrrell and Mrs. John B. Stetson; filed are willing to concede that they did It St. Barnabas' Church.St .
a preeclpe
Haley were in town Tuesday from i conscientiously or at least for a reason Barnabua' Eolsoopal church Rev.. '!-
Orange City. In the United States District Heart at that seemed satisfactory to them. Campbell Gray Rector. It

and Jacksonville, for the dismissal of the This whole thing was one of the greatest Nov. 20th, lat Sunday In Advent. 4
Buy your carriages buggies atHodgkln'e.
snlta tragedies In real life that was ever 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 0 a. m. Morning ,:
THIS WEEK we are showing a Special Save freight and see what Judge. James W. Lock granted' the played. It was stronger far than prayer; 080: ; a. m. Sunday school; ,
you are getting 10:80 a. in. choral service with sermon.
petition. of the plaintiffs for a with- 9otlon. Nothing more pathetic la imaginable .
5 v
m. evening
of Art Linens Scarfs Mr. Theo. Ruff returned the latter drawel of all and than the of! p. prayer.
Display Centerpieces pleadings; papers Bled, picture two men :
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part of the week from a summer's business and the case was ended. The lawyers like John B Stetson and John F. Jethodlst Episcopal; harsh Hoath.

Table stay in Ohio. on both sides of these famous suits give Forbes, who for years were inseparable :1
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Table Covers Doilies Damask etc. (See Regular services every Sabbath at 11 r
Messrs. J. B. Conrad and J A. Stlth ,the entire credit for the stoppage of companions, sharing each o ber'l confidence ama and 7 90pm; Sunday school at 10 "
have acquired the balance of the stock these suits to Dr. Lincoln to the fullest extent
Hnlley, President ,, yielding to m; Junior Kpworth League 8 pm;Senior
display in show window.) 95,000, of>> the Watts & Miller Co. of the John B. Stetson University each other the joys of an Intimate Epworth League 8 80 p m;mid-week l

Mr. Hays Fanning left Tuesday on a From the day that Dr. Halley took friendship, to be at last divided by a cordial prayermeeting Wednesday. 7 80 p m. A

business trip to the old home In South charge of the University, he has bent bitter controversy. Scarcely anything these service invitation U extended to all .i

'" Carolina. He was accompanied by Miss all his efforts to/ healing the wounds worse could ever visit: a community

Myra, the little daughter of Mr. and that were made by that long and terri. than the cursing\ reviling and fighting St. Peter's Catholic Chnrch. ,

The Grocery Side Mrs. Sam B. Wilson ble fltfht.. At his own expense he baa that split this community from end to Morning and evening service every

.,- .- Mr.Fountain, the shoe man and gent's journeyed to New York to Rochesterand end for sjv >ral years. It ia a distinct Sunday with the exception of the second
, to Chicane, to Philadelphia to public blj-wlng that the thing Is over. Sunday of each month. Mara and sermon -
all needs for the table. outfitter, has considerable of TheRecord's at 10 followed
a. m.,
by Sunday
can supply Let
your Jacksonville and to Orlando to' interview n lone be disposed to deny to
space this week for his ad. school. Evening service 7:30. Subject i
the principals and the lawyers on JohnF. F.>rbes the praise that Is due of Instruction for next Sunday eventntc: .
Fountain Is doing a fine business, and
Canned Pumpkins for Pies, Package and Bulk has the fine goods to do such a business both sides In the interest of peace. The him, tthe able way in which he "Real Presence of Jesus In the Blessed w
{' with public baa been Ignorant of! the persistent worked for DeLand Academy and Col- Eucharist Plainly Taught In the Bible." ;

f tenacious and determined effortsof lege. He had rare gifts. And let
Mince Meat Plum for the none
Pudding Ingredients Miss Mabel Wllaon( left Saturday last
: Dr. Hnlley to stop these law suits deny to John B. Stetson the clear- The First Methedlst Episcopal thnrch. :

for Key West She was the bridesmaid and save all parties and the public from mindedness and the big-hearted generosity Rev. Win. J. Harkness, Ph. D., Pas
? Fruit Cake Bananas at the marriage. Wednesday the 81st tor.
Apples, Oranges, Grapes, of her friend. Miss Minnie Harrison to the horrible ordeal that a trial of these that prompted him to put his Sunday school 10 a. m.; Preaching
would have
cases precipitated. In here. Without Is it
Mr. George Robinson. She returns home money money service 11;:00 a. m; theme, "Lord
Cheese Nuts Olives Pickles In an interview with Dr. Halley, he Impossible to build colleges. He "
Grape Juice, Celery, the first of the week. gave Prayer-Thy Will be Done, Matt vI.
urged, and in which The Record heartily his money freely and without stint; and 10. Epworth League 6.40: p. m. Preach
Mr. J. A. Erickson, agent for pianos, concurs, that this whole matter be let no one deny to Mrs. Stetson the ing service at 7.80: p. m ; theme "Mel-
and Cranberries. organs and sewing machines, returned dropped. The matter has been thrashedout noble womanly virtues with which chl edeo."Gen. xlv, 17. A cordial invitation
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extended to all friends and stranger -
the first of the week from successful
a till everyone Is tired of it. To she ably seconded her ha band's efforts. *.
a business trip to the coast He sold argue the merits (of the question, woulddo She has been a great friend to DeLand

four organs two pianos and made a no !good The feelings of! Everybody and she has given much to the Unl! At the Chrlntlan Church.

Leave Your Orders for Turkeys big collection on outstanding accounts. Involved were softened by appeals to veralty. Bible school Lord's Day 10 a. m|

e Thanksgiving Thursday next. All the noblest sentiments of .the human I And now in this day of! good things Preaching 11 a. m.i, Junior Endeavor
'" the scores and business houses of De- heart, and it was agreed in the Interestof amid our prosperity, let us not deny our p. m.; Christian Endeavor 6:48 p m.1!
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Preaching : m. Prayer Meeting
Land will be closed during the day, our all concerned, that these suits should support of the administration of the determined Wednesdays 7:80p p. m.; There will be

people taking a holiday. In you thanks be dropped and they were closed to the dogged, tenacious man. Dr. a sermon to the children in the morning\ .
giving see if yon can not make thankful mutual satisfaction of! all parties con Lincoln Holley, President of! Stetson Subject "A Child Is Like a Watch".
G. A. DREKA & CO. Come bring children to this short
" and happy some one less fortunate than cerned. University, whose grip and energy and service for your them especially. Evening

The Record hat always been conscientious wise and fair dealing, in justice and subject 'There are no Illicit Crowns' ,

Phone 77 DeLand Florida you.Mrs.. S. W. Johnston and children. in the position it took in the charity toward all concerned steered Strangers especially invited. All ,are

J Mr. and Mrs. Alcott Mlaa Irene Alcott, matter. It is willing to bury the old the University through Its troubles, welcome.

Mias Laura Flab, Miss Lula Lute Hon.J. scandal and to exercise: charity toward and brought these law suits to an end, J. W. B. SMITH,'

W. Perkins Dr. MacDlarmid and Mr.S. all concerned in It. This paper has and led ns out Into the light of a new Pastor

1 .-. A. Wood are a DeLand party returning never had any malice or spite in any. day. The Thankgklrlng Service.

r today from! a visit to the State Fairat
The Ministerial Association has arranged
Tampa. Mrs. W C. Watts went to Tampa I Did yon see the new tables at Allen's that the Thanksgiving service beheld
. The A. C. L. engine left the track Wednesday for several days' visit Don't paaa them by next time. thin year in the Christian Church
-- on the evening of November 29th 7:80(
q LOCAL SYNOPSIS. at :
while switching up ac the yards Monday Leave your order7for your Thaksgiv- W. A. Allan & Co. are offering a fine o'clock, at which time the Rev. Win. J.
and the noon mall and passengers Ing turkey at The Marsh Market line ot silverware' and jewelry. Harkness, Ph. D., will preach the ser
were taken to the junction in teams Mr. J. A. Erickson delivered two mon. B. B. KNAPP.
Have houses to rent or to
yon rooms
J NEVERIn THE IMPORTANT MEWS ITEMS OF The engine was finally placed back on let handsome Hobart M. Cable pianos to J. W. B. SMITH President.
? Then advertise in The Record. Stetson this week.
THE PAST WEEK. the rails and made the atternoon con University Secretary.
nection at the Junction.Mr. Deputy Sheriff Edwards is off on a
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Local sail .....,.,)' Items for tb. PMtpU'l W. J. Graham wife and four month's vacacatlon at Tampa and TrilbyMr. --
children are here from Ottawa, 111., to and Mrs. John Bengston, among .
I the history of our business have we car- Pap.r--Brl.f Mratloa of Fact. .. spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. S. the first settlers at Orange City, were at ,

'I e ried such a complete stock of Silverware and dn bp oar Roportor W.Hickox, the parents of Mr,. Graham. DeLand the first of the week. Mr. With one around neck

Three of the children are attending the ia one of! the prominent orange B.I your ,

Jewelry as we are showing today. We cordially W. S. Taylor Dentist. DeLand High; School Mr. and Mrs at O. C., and ships fine crop this and one around each wrist i iYou'll I Ii

invite you to call and inspect our stock, Newest silks Dreka's. Graham are spending the present weekat son. ii iI i

I' Tampa, seeing the State Fair. A note from Mr. S. H. Moeely states I I
the tuner week.
Wade next :
I which has been selected with reference
special Mr. Smock and a large crew of painters that he and Mrs Mosely are en route
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.New .
to the Holiday trade ': : : have made the interior of The College South and will probably reach DeLandby Be Fully 'Dressedso

I ThankeglvingpoetcardeatBrill'eThe Arms as pretty and as new as a the opening day of The College Arms I II
Baptist church is receiving at which famous hotel have
a new new silver dollar in the new dresses of they passedthe

..i ....... W. A. ALLEN & CO. dress of!paint. varnishes and kalaomlne. The material lout eighht or ten winters. far as Collars and
Fisher's drug store Is head quarters use I was the finest and beet to be had, A nice new dwelling of seven rooms.
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,* Next to the Postofflce, DeLand for school books. and the Fisher drng store had and including bath, electric lights, modern Cuffs are concerned

I Mr. Ellis G Blake was a Lake Helen furnished these varniihes kalsomine. and attractive in interior arrangements

JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS visitor in town Monday.Old i As President Hnlley said in his address on Colonial Court between University

school books bought, sold or exchanged at the University vesper service buildings and High School house. Excellent To Be
tVMall and express order receive prompt and careful attention. at Fi her's drug store. last Sunday afternoon the foundationof neighborhood and pleasant loca Correctly Dressedyou
tion. Good for house
the John B. Stetson has reasons selling
I Hon. J. B. Conrad was in town from University and furnishings at a bargain. Apply to I
Glenwood the first of the week.: hardly begun yet. That it will be the E. H. Hayward.
greatest University in the South, there should wear our
...
Mr. Sam Wilson returned Saturday ----
can be no doubt. Its future is especially
FURNITUREA from a business trip down the East promising, and its growth will be "Uncle Jack" Goes Into Basin/ esr
Coast. marvelous.

Felt bedroom shoes, brown, red black. The Stetson football team piayed the at DeLand.Mr. Capitol Brand

and gray "Juliets," 11.25 and 91.50. Rallins College team at Winter Park J. A. Stith who has been on the

-.I Dreka's. road the Sullivan Co. has Collars Cuffs '
last Monday afternoon and Stetson representing and
glance at our windows and dis- Hon. E. W. Bond and son Robert won, the score being 15 to 0. The Rol resigned his position, and his many ..

ideas and were In town from Lake Helen the first lins team will play Stetson here next friends can find him at his previous ,..,1-
will "
plays give you sugges- of the week.If Thursday Thanksgiving. About one stand with the Watts & Miller Co. at capital/ prices

tions as to how to make your home In want of carriage or wagon call hundred of! the students from Stetson He has purchased stock with the

at Hodgkln's: ; he can suit you.. to quality went to Winter Park last Monday after above named concern and will have

more eomfortable and attractive this and price. noon to witness the game, returning at charge of the furniture department in 2 for 25 cents
four o'clock that night. addition to which has been added a .
For Rent Furnished room with
: Fall aad Winter. Complete bed room board for two. If interested addressP. Hon. J. P. Felt and Mr. J. J. Beers framing department of which Mr. Stith
will also have entire charge.;
."S of furniture O. box: 88fl. came up from Emporla last Monday to
sets separate pieces tables The Watts & Miller Co. have put in a
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attend the of the Fruit Growers
All text books used in the public meeting first class line of nsw and np-to date designs -

Lounges, chairs, book-cases and school of the county can be had at Association. They are prominent in moldings! and will be read y to
Fisher of the north end. and A. F. DREKA
s drug store. ,orange growers frame pictures of all kinds .
all you need. Mr,.'W.- A. -Allen came over from Mr. Felt has probably the finest orange By his genial and sunny dispositionMr.

: Pensacola Monday for a visit with his 'property in the county. He has, too, Stith has wan an enviable position -J

7. F. ALLEN & COMPANY family for several week. the choicest varieties in his groves' He among been selling the merchants goods while to whom traveling he, had and 1 -

Phone 62 DeLand Florida. Is a capitalist of Emporium, Pa., but from all sides come the most hearty
Mr. H. ;
A. Binder of! the Binder
has a home and spends his winters at wishes for his future welfare and success
Mfg. Co., of Atlanta was meeting De- Emporla.Joe In the enterprise with which he
-- Land friend here the first of the week. will now be connected.
May la putting down some very A. H. WOODALL
.' Mr. Mayhan. the father of Mrs. Among the DeLand folk, everyone
University,Vesper. There Was No Election./ Lincoln Is I here from pretty and substantial sidewalks for the will welcome the return of "Uncle
Halley, Stamford,
Stetson estate, all round ,The College Jack," and join In wishing him the continued -
1 The people of! DeLand are invited to attend DeLand was to have had a special. N. Y., to.spend the winter with his Arms grounds, ae well as additional prosperity which he so well de- .Fine Groceries.
,- v ffeie service at: the University election last, Tuesday to elect an alderman daughter. .
next Sunday afternoon. There will be and to vote on the $7,000 bond shell drive and walks through the serve. .. ,
; special features In the service. Every- Issue, but there was DO election for the Brill's high art china I*as beautiful grounds. The College Arms and the :
body will be welcome. Let: everybodycome. reason that no official ballot had been and reasonable In price as can be found ;grounds will look very pretty this sea Death ot Mrs. M. L Drake. F a 1I StocJ( .
Close np your homes, bring your printed for the occasion and It: was anywhere In large centres. Good shown The hotel has .'
families, invite the guest in your boarding called off. son. been newly painted,, Mrs. M. L. Drake, who had been ill We are now receiving oar Fall Stock,. )
-house or in your hotel. The service The election will be held December with pleasure. and the interior revarnlshed and renovated for a long time: passed away yesterday which comprises the finest and purest goodsof .
begins promptly at: .::111. ,There I* an aotn, a notice of which by the Mayor ait. and Mrs. A. T. Boesetter were in throughout. Manager Holland Is morning at seven o'clock In her 84th all the leading brands. We have ,
voluntary at .::10. Don't mis appear elsewhere In The Record. in year. personally -
i organ town from Enterprise Monday ,Mr. getting everything readiness. for the
that The Auditorium last Sunday was There was a lively time brewing Mrs Drake had lived a long,'useful selected these goods and guarantee h
Rosaltter
I crowded The Glee Club bean.t attending meeetino; of! the opening.,. them to be ented.ITeas'
sang a among the voter Tuesday morning as Christian life and was held in very as repre .
t tifnl selection from HandeL Prof. Hill the announcement was made that: there growers' association. While preparing to try one of! the high esteem by all our people. She was & 'Coffees
and Mr. Carlton sang duet, and there would. be no election.Announcement Harry La pen I Is bringing to market murder cane last Friday morning Judge from a distinguished Kentucky family 4
f was a beautiful solo at the 0)..... The locating at DeLand many years ago, ana I
some very fine syrup made of! this yea'ssugar Jones received a telegram from the attending We handle Tetley's Teat in package'also';
address last Sunday was on the up for successfully managed The Wa-
I building of! the University. The subject to Teachers. cane crop. Be make the finest physician that his son John and I verly years popular boarding house of this in bulk. -lu coffee we have several well'known ',.,

, of the address next Sunday will be ap- With the consent of patrons,, schools syrup. sold In Fkrida.Congressman this son' wife were critically ill at the plaoe. She was devoted to her family brands, El-Bey, White House, Bar:: '1
propriate. Special music, special sing may be taught the Saturday preceding Barnett arrived TitusviHe home, and for him to come at her friends, and to her church ever rington Hall and De-Tan-Atedr all I ;
Wednesday
ing, and you are Invited. Thanksgiving day and tne Friday following ready and willing to contribute Her Mocha and '
high grade Java.We still have
once. Thereupon court adjournedfor
was ( -
The Vesper Oomm.W. .. may be given ass holiday,, front Washington to spend.t.w efforts for the comfort and happiness of
(Signed) University .
t : ..W.''Frost.Trespass By order of the. .School Board, _, day with his wife and son who are in the term, and the Judge left by those she knew and, the cause of Chris the best 26 cent coffee, "The Niagara;'' it"I y
A. O. Burrs; upt. DeLand for the school ye.r.Messrs. first train to the bedside of! his sick tianity. She was a member from early F baa a flavor that suits.. 'i;} T ''>.

notices printed on cloth for ---w.w- .a :. famO,.. A letter from him the first of childhood of the Baptist denomination,
1&. 0.Bread and J. B. Odnm and during her residence here mem- Fresh Crackers J,
the week: to Sheriff Turner stated that .
sAle at The Record office., Plane TiolacV: were here Monday night attending a ber of the Baptist: Church of this place. Crackers *
: the sick: were better, but the son was s Fresh received every week) from *!
About The funeral services were held from
: Wednesday lof next :
I f week) meeting of the Odd Fellow* lodge, and *
The Marsh Market.If Wade the tuner, will come to DeLand the yet dangerously IlL The Judge: announced the home Thursday afternoon,. Re1' 3. The National Biscuit Company.f ':; :t :""" '" "
Orders left atMr*. Swiff will;" attended supper given by Mr, Davis after before leaving that after holding E. Oates of the Baptist Church officiating Hoping for a 'liberal share. tot''youraps f

yon want: the choicest out of!Meat to. (. ,- : i "' ""I 8" business. hour shel I court at Klsslmmee he would hold ; the burial at Oakdale.Mr -' "1 ronage assuring you polite ;;a lintio.\aoOmpidelivery. .,!,- w
ave order with n*. The beet of mothers'' which *. Drake leaves three daughters,
your? A meeting, to .
a special term of! tbe court here for! the () ., ., .,.
Beef! Mutton and Pork) Roasts and Mr*. John L. Nuokols, Mrs. I.,W.Whit.I pf .0 i,. ,..-.IN., f
Chop. Sausages, Hamburg Steak For Sale Cheap. mother of! the pupil and the lady purpose of trying the Newton murder I comb, Mrs. -i Gordon, and two sons, i. Cry respeotfully. .. +P'7r
,l'- fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast. Bacon friend of the school are Invited will be ease'- The trial of! the case against J. Messrs Charles and Edward Drake1.: >gfPhone,79 ... '
.to Courteous attention and prompt4elLveryr Orange slaer, orange ladders: picking held at the Public School building aextWednesday I In this brief sketch this week The :A.. H 'WOODA'- : -"' \
boxes, Acme harrow. Brlnly plow with H. Dryden. charged with rape, on trial Record joins with the Hundreds of : ,, ,_ .., > ., : 'Jd.
colter, cultivator largegrindstone.. I afteraoun from one to three as we went to press last week:, resulted friends la sympathy with those most .

-Marsh-. Bros. t f't M, AVfTB} o'clock. i ty a verdict of!acquittal. dew to her. ,.
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: '/ OLQ OLOf f1Vr, A'' LAW. Of' THE DEERTA +Oo+o ooo 0104e001 Notice 'of Final 'Discharge.I :

"l ii. 4f to I I Notice Is berbey given that nix month TANTIccoAsT.LINE
.<.*? 01 .... at... ..d Stripe. on t.c k. With Water Sod' rood ........, R>4 after date. towft-tbe 20th day of March [ l lFlorida j
c A....r..... 11'1..., .r.... M........ Ar. Warra.I.d. jr' IC'11r leo?. the undersigned administrator ot the
of : O. Blane will file hi* final.
eHtate Evelyn
: The 'design' for 'the American Ong \. a, ,J1I.thOC8QJP Bullfrog that of hard uuh administrator the will' _
uooount as
Rapid changes temperature are t
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illo'! "b-lcl/redi l ? mliitrtc.aWN | 4
bill '
with thirteen'strIpes of alternate rod Ito1oi annexed together with his vouobers with
''m vndar told me his'\view"ot a of Voluila Florl.lla. Georgia Alabama irginia North Carolina -
and white and, thirteen white stars In' ::2pI on the toughest constitution. the County) JudK county |
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4 a blue fleld .representing the thirteen law on the desert: fct Ills olllue at D Land, and ask lor. an n' .
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order of tlnal discharge.'Ibis
and Sbnth
ltat struggling\ independence, "If you are prospecting. with an unreasonable I September:! 17tb 1006CHAIILJi:8 Carolina. ,

' 'wa." *.,.adopted, by, the Continental congress bog of a partner wotti Wkntseatthteo.silc :a- 1hrlconductori passing from the heated I : R. BLANE.I .. .h' .. .. .. .m..m .m' :I
i on June 14 1777, a little. lens t*: :: os otlmConSnnd half .' I Administrator with the Will Annexed .r-' i- !fIr I ff:
inside of.a trolley car to theky temperature The Great of Travel fromFloridaEasty'West
than a year after the declaration of loaf of broad for breakfast and lets Highway I

Independences Thei 'first ling of tills the can teeu I.gll..jh..wl1 l his threat 1' 4'. of ,t1ie'jilaform-tIie canvasser: .spending an [ Notice. South
North
.design;,,swaai, mnde'\u.\ : I specimen for while ;you get 'along' withk ir'strlp"ft : in heated and then ,
the 'congress by// Betsy Boss, .a Idro ll- bacon and just. moisten your lip"-when' I hour or so a building JCtlnta! of Frank K. Bond deceased.

maker,!.of Philadelphia. It l ht. stipposeil ;you take a drink then you're all right\ : ;walking'' against a biting wind-know the t Notion Is herebv given to all and singular I To the East the Famous I
that this flag ""was' .first unfurled' bypantJoneou if you kill him. I'd kill him If timer. tho creditors, legatee, distributors. and all

\ the Ranger,'a'' vessel 'of wasn't' anything else to', do. It'. a difficulty of avoiding cold. the persons estate Iiuvlnir of Ffknk plnlms K.: or Bond.tteowoed demand against, to Florida and WcsUndiLtimited andJpwJork: Express

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the 'navy 'to which be had "been':'as, .' tough giilno/ and It's your life or bill present the sam*) KvfTw 4mdefsifneit.exe. | I" : .
to hen you're lost or your grub stake ,, of auld estate w Italia 'tmai yearvi'or the
signed on the day that the resolution fur
adopting the design,i was pasHel}. The and water are giving out." Scott Emtt fa/on strengthens the g nine will bo bal"lllt-"l'bt\HIM utideMgnm'of milt' j TO.'I'HE' WEST'-Mbirtgoinery Route and Dixie (
have been appointed executors :
thirteen, tars of,the- Sag of 1777,were Those observations are suggested by body ,so that'Jt can better withstand the e.O estate, Mini the same should be presented to Flyer via Atlanta.
arranged In a ,clrcl .though no, form the arrival in camp two days 'before UH. at !>DoLunil VolusU County, Florida. I
wa prescribed officially. This Dna remained of the bones of a prospector who liaJ danger of cold from changes of temperature. 0o Dated at. DuLand Florlda.UotObor28. Pulman Cars and Through Coaches, on.:.all Trains

unchanged until 17kK{ nnd;; en, died of thirst some forty miles'trOll) 0 JACOB IJAONI&AD.., I
on, motion.of Senator Bradley( \er-' Bullfrog during tho previous summer. HOBEIIT M. BOND, Atlantic Coast'Line mileage bobks.. good! to all polntg! via all
moat' which,'with Kentucky' bad IMMMI Ue bad been a carpenter. earning 2 It wilThelp you to avoid taking cold. Stewart:! Sly ExecutorsAttorneys. trains as far east as Washington and as lar Went AH I St: Louis, Cm. ,

admitted to tin* Union, It was rnwIeJ wages of $8 a day In the new cuniph i clnattl and KuwOrleaiif; ra&caal.OOi. _._ _'_ _

that from and after May 1. 1705) "tlio during the "boom," but the told fever Consult the Purple. Folder
., tlag' of'tbe'' United States! be fifteen led him away from this safe and DRUQCy8T3l 6Oo. AND ,

tripes alternate red and white;. that profitable toll. He picked up a partner ijut| .o ; 0o.a..c-o 8 Notice to Ndn-Resident' For detailed nd full Information' regarding rates,_ Pullman reservations -

r the union be fifteen,.stars, white 11a they loaded their burro and. In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof set 'Jules. Call on jour nearest! ticket ag nt, or write

blue..field/:' This. was the flag usod In trailed off south toward the Death valley ------=-=- Florida, In and lor Volusla County FRANK C. BOYL8TO,, : ,., W. 1>< 8TAKK, Traveling I'am. Ant.W .
the ,war .of, 1812. 'The' act made ,no ,country to prospect. in the Funeral --- Florida. in Cbnmiery. .
: Dint. Pass. Agt., 138 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, KLA.A
for future alterations in the range.) ... Sarah Rogers
provision l blnar of S.l.d Notice.In 1
Administrator's ..Tr.l T. C. WHITE Gen'l Pau. Agent
W. J. CRAIG Pa. nanagar
Three weeks after the desert swal
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flag md 'noae wa made until 1818. 'Too many people who are well bred Complainant ) :
Upon the suggestion of Captain Samuel lowed them up the partner wanderet: in nearly i every other respect are guilty vs. (. ............. 1M.... M M.....__.............oMM..1)If
'a'' County Court, Voluula County Florida. Thomas J. Rogers, i
O. Reid of the navy a bill was into freighters' camp half crauxwith' of the BoloclHm-to call Itby the mild Defcndant.JTo .
Bv the County Judge of said ourt: I --- -. '. -- -
passed 'on April 4. 1818, reducing the thirst and exhaustion He wai* est name-of cutting up their salad on Whereas W. H. Purcell applied r to this Thomas J. Rogers:- .# y U ...':;: -
1 number of stripes o'in' the flag"to the able to tell the freighters that tho cur the plate. Of course .snluil has .sometimes Court for Letters of Administration on tbo You are hereby required to appear to the ,
original thirteen and making the number penter was somewhere out beyond: to be reduced to lower dimensions -i Estate ut W. M.l'alion. deceased, late of BUI rf Comphllnt Blot! herein against ron rlorida East Coast Railay
of stars equal to the number of lost anti without water. too helpless' to sold County of Vohuittj, In the above entitled cause on or before the

states. 'The 'new,star for a new state move. The partner was too weak hue demo,by so the to speak wholesale but or It need quite not in the be I I These and singular are; tborelore.the kindred to cite and and admonishall creditors, 7th The day Volusla of January County,'A; 1>.Record l007!' 'Is hereby Local Time Card NI). '1. la Effect t SeptsuiLcr!; I 13,. !"... >...

is not added,to the flag until the Fourth fevered to go back with the' rescue businesslike,' fashion practiced by 01 said deceased to be and appear before designated as the newspaper Jo whloh this SOUT" OUND-READ DOWN. NlIi.3t.I -; "..,'.. Ui'.
oC July following,the admission of, the party of freighters so they left him some.' Grasping a' knlfo'In one band this Court; on or before the lat day of January order shall bo .published onoe weuk for '""= ----- : --'. -=
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In lie directed them A. D. 11107 mid Ills objections If any : No. 29 8TATIO S. r i:1cJ: : h" 1:1.:
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new state.--St Louis Republic cnmi) as woll as four consecutive weeks. r:1o1,9, I' ... .
antI i a' fork in the.' 'other, they slash tbev have to KrantltiK letters as aforesaid _. IIL- 1 .
be could, but the search was bootless I away< at ,itliei" Inoffensive. green stuff otherwise the annie, will bj granted as. Witness my hand and seal of office. this rii(1IiThoam; : Lv..JseoksonvIlto ..,..._.._..._..Ar "'I. ., .1 5' "''sS"" .
and Orl1 n. the carpenter of'Bullfrog 17th day of November A.D. 1901f.1' a 0fi1"0 98am: ............ oII'b..rook.OIlVlllo..I._ 1 I 'j.1II i ,""
.OSSING.SAHARA.- .\with ylgor, and a,noise of a miniature r'J''eo. 7 IOpm! 10beam .. ...............IIt. ; m.i.t, ; I I',,,,
was added' to the long list of dOA r4 mpiwlug machine uutll tbo bruIsed my name as County Judire of the IBKAL] 8AM'L D..JOItDANClerk 711II1'10 1118..m .................. Auguetisie..I. .1 I lilt, E ,I' ""
victims. Several months later a'pllrt; County aforesaid this 10th day ol Noveiu- By Bicn FISH Deputy Clerk. IIIHI"n. !"!!? ILW.am ._....._........ tl...' II ""
t Tk. Co.tIaea.) of Cerivae. and th.. loaves are converted Into shreds of November, 1UOII Lentils, A Fish. i I' -8 i iITOOm Ar..P.h\lka..1.i', : m ...., .., 1\\ ,i. ,,,,,-
Mort.lllr of CoMnel.,. of prospectors tumbled by chance their former Reives. There Is common J. LEE McCROKY, Solicitors lor Complainant. .!.:'Illpm! !_!_ 11 lOam ......... .......... ............. ..... .. r ""I'',!,!,'.. n''u '''''_
The merchants ''who Qt out a gnrda across ,what, was left of him. 'There Douse lu the convention that prohibitsouch County Judtfe. g sopnm ................. :MeLee.................i.t ... ... 1l.I,'
must stand all losses. consequently were no traces of his outfit. lie had all salads Notice of Application1 fbr/Tar Deed Under Item .................... :\Inte!>.................Ar ." 11I .5. ....
(caravan) ., ; thrown away his. gun. his canteen and! a course. Nearly green Section 8 of Chapter 4888! Law \ 8ipm' ................. ...................Kr -'S '11115)114''' ; 1. .t e ., -
,great, cure Is given to the selection are broken'; Into pieces of convenlont 40pm ...................l>upuot............_..... .. .m. 2t.i, : II ,p.. ,
l of both,the camels. which carry bis bat One shoo was found thirty; iUo: Jiefote'sending to the table. Even Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un r of Florida. I) lKpm .". .................. Ormood ,...............,... 8 t., ,.11I, b', ,'''.I
torn .................. .................. .'
feet from bill body and he bad offand der Section U of Chapter 4888!! !:!, Lawsof Notice is hereby given thatU.C J. Fanning ,4..a. Iaytona .f-I! 1'11I 1 4 1'
: :
the valuable merchandise. and the men when, those are too largo tho leaf of Tax (ertlnoatea Nose \90O! aDd ................Port Orange............... .. 11-.1'11I e .......h\
who accompany them. The> tall 'audI flung away moot of his clothing, plirmlil io\ qniptIyivlt1ed, a folkHODGKIN'S Florida. 1101.purchaser) daied the 6th day of June A. I D. 1HDO OOpm ................ ... 8myrlla................ .. 1"11I '5.4 I 'II"
swift riding camel known as the me- 'These 'were the ghastly evidences'' of JNotloe la hereby given that C. C. Panning has Died tald certificate in my office aOIl, Upm ............L.k. lilian............. ..iflv I u.jp"0 I .1'-'
nuruhuserof lux Cmtllluate;' No. VH ditteti45th 1..lIe l\pm Ar'' "mcmiii" I. ;' ",
the last great flght'he had made to has made appllontlon for tax deed to
hart Is seldom met with In .northern ,
( dey of June, Al n. 1HHI' ,has lilrd said ccrtittunte .- 1141.'am 800pm :"' r..1loIij.
Tripoli! 'The'finest' mala'draft cnm- struggle on. in ouioe and has madeappliuatlontor in accordance with law. Bald certifloKte ; \ .. .IIOp. .7' : ,m ,,,", -I ,,,'im -
my embrace the following d>a'wi lbelr.*' tsliuated .
.. ......
"When they're dying for water said tax deed to issue III Accordance with m.uK/p. 2 4Upm 'I ; -SI'5'I'i.',
.1. the jamal costing from $50 to $60 lln Volusln county, Klorlnrt to-wit: S '. .....
i. apiece,. with carrying I 'capacity.'of Mitchell, .who knows the "desert law '9al throw everything ,Wagon ,Shop lug described property situated In Voluslacountv 3", fl and of se i of neK sec 13. lOam 660pm i u.sni 4 0; "I''''.' t.
t boat. three'' hundredweight. are lined game "they away Florida, to-witt r acres; wfc > eHtpmllltIsm' re1",", II ,is,,

J.' for tr nsport.'I'From consumption or the until all their ,clothes are gone and Ne34 of ne34..seo 20, tp 111.. rIO; 40 acres. tp Ihe!1H. arSit.said' lands 10 acres.being assessed at tbe dais ii iijm8) iai" or'l.II',,' ": ,,.,....,--
t.; effects: of' tbe long strain scores often ;you" generally find them without a DeLAND FLA. Tbe said lund beIng assessed at tbe date of the Issuance of such oertitloates in the 14 S'.m' 16'pm 'JIps' 2 4 .OIl
\. die;by'' t'W81'', and, many others..at stitch on."-Italpb D. Paine In Outing.AIwss I ot the issuance ol such cei.tldunte In name names of Excelsior Co. and W. K:>RollinsUnless },I: :ilIum..': : 12pm 4pflj: ; :: ::::::::::::::::::i : :::::::::::::: :: :: I -li.i'((1i1i;I:: : r m ', :'s:

,I the end 9 the "voyage."' 'The wages etc.Everything, manufactured in Wagons and, Buggies repaired Carts in my of Excelsion shah be redeemed Co Unless aoiiordlnir atild to certificate l l..w- I according siiid to eertlncatea law, tvxrdeed, skulll.be", redeemed'JlJ. Issu 'I Main 1tiun' :roC::: :: ::::::::::::::::: J: : ;:::::::::::::::: :: \i I r,:-i;;:: s It., :::,::

I of the men for conducting: a return cargo In Season Shop in the very,best workmanship tax. doe>l will Issue tloPl eon on the lUth day thereon on the lutlt day of December, A. D 2 Item 800pm "" .I r.HI", ,", I on'.' ,
i a 454am 6
114pm loan I II 1 t. 'a
ot '
I 0.1'HKI. I "
.
When Hiram Bassett went down December A. !
.. sometime' high '$5,000. on ) "
re. as as 1001)i ,
oown. Only first-clusa men employed I noam 881pm 1..OrangeCmty..u. lla" I I' '"
Witness olliolal and Real
Not.only[ must the garfla sheiks have Cape Cod to j>uy a visit his friends and IIrst.cl_ work turned out. I have my signature Witness my r.'CIllqlBi.ilrfil. ""ture land (oeal a 85am 041pm m I.t"", II'm ,.",
this tbe 9.U day of November" A. D 1IKX1.I8KAL -- .
this thonthdarofSoveVnUeri: A. D 191sEAL $. 8 loam 0461m o'H"mI\ u "
provided him with sort of PHIl ..
great courage and endurance, bat must every .telyadded to my plant a ] 8AM'L,1). JORDAN I ] tUM'L U. JO-KUAN. B Main 6 7"10, ccciii 10 Llp.OJ
be trustworthy traders and shrewd dlpilomat they could ,muster and for five days Cleric Cliuull I.out: Volusla County, Fla. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County; Fla 4 !lOam or 2:1pm: "" lift,',",,, 1'1' 'l" .'s
i he 4.w.m or Opm ICe 10 01,1' '"55
was treated to mackerel. halibut; .
of no small caliber. Many of .
---- II U..m 8161'10 4u1s II' 'u, '"n )
..
_. .. .
: clams: and 1148..10 8 M ,, ,
the sultans and chiefs particularly the oysters scallops many - -" '- ---- ---'-'-' 41pm .. 'lieu' '' \\I 5,1\ 'II".

Touuregs,.through, whosei territories lie other varieties In the best possible : I.. II 848..10 lIIIam 9 81101'10 40pm !lOIIOl"", 8 7 f'ri'i,, ..,, -

;j' the. garfla routes, exact: not only bom-, condition.- -' a blew 9 4lptn'' M "'" 7 r.o III'10Gam
""Well Hiram." said his host the I 0 Spin ( 7 itlius'" ,
age, but tribute from the gnrfla abelk on KLICKER ; :l $OS 1811am 1020pm ..e :\'sun' 7 ml-u.i
of' .
To bring this tribute within a reasonable day Mr. Bassctt's' return to his 1ra 10 ItOpm 71(0, ",,

.t sum and secure a safe conduct requires home "I'd. like to see what you'U get 10 8 asia bern .Let. / ............ U II u44 lQ'u.snnn'et ''II"'

extraordinary' skill! and tact.: Hannah to cook for' you first thing Nlerctiant Tailors -- _

The opportunities for dishonesty afford-l when you reach home. I reckon you've D.Uy Parlor.xoopt Cars SlIoday.on tra....to and 11.tBull'ec. Bleeping, Carl'. on trains g and 1 IaI

eel the garfla'men are many and occasionally bad fish enough to last you for one

; men and good are never heard while" '" Nn.21 NB. '9 D:11j!? _N'o. No, 20
'; from again.-Charles Wellington Fur. "Pool!" said Mr. Bassett.. "I guess Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner sJs3, 1'J'.1':': D.II, I ".YI'ORT BR.NCH D.n t8, S'll' NO.22only Dan,

\ lone ID Harper' Magssin.-. you"-don't' "know' anything' about It. Sunds _

) You _haven't., lived In Massachusetts lcopm 10 lOam 810pm 9 00810 L.JaakonvlIlo.. ........Ar 74iom 12 10pm I ttllpn
Suits for noon.and. Suits of shades and ..... _
morning 08..m _
patterns 9
.. .Jl' "j-: long :I 08pm 10 IBam 8 18pm SOuhulJflcksocivilleLv 1117..10 12 2'll'n 11111.11g \
:: enough.Hannah; 1I get 1n0 the night, new, = :g : 19 6Oem : 10pm : 814am :: :::::::.Pablo Beach. :: 7 tfam; II resm : 10n 'P
"..tlr ToIro. same thing she always does when I've 7JJ ream Mpm 445m .Atlantic I Ileach.:;::::; 7 OOum: I 1 'IlIum:: 4t,1sus::
Suits that at Suits lined all 8 Wpm Ii loam 7101'10 10 lOam r..M.ypOrl..L.. S dIem
"Now, Pat," said a magistrate to an II been away from home for a spell- -a you, too, just superbly through II BOllm 41W..1II

.Id offender, "what brought you bore real good me.s''-o'' codfish' an' potato right and through PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP! CONNECTIONS AT JJA5U.
again?" "Two policemen sor" was I .h.as1T.ha's\ ;what, Hannah '11 get me." Suits well made at prices rl"htSuit. that are a bargain trueWaiting .
., .
'. the laconic reply. "Drunft I sup;- w 4 11; :) "- here When you appear: Close eo.olCtloa Made .1 MIami with, Sle msblpl 01 the P. a O. 50 S. COWl/nDY/
COLD SETTER
:;i poe?" queried the magistrate. "Tea. kigsag ".... Yorker. TIRH Havana and Key West.

i for," said Pat; "both av thlm." "Nobody In New York walks straight" Can set your Tires without taking CONSULTATIO.N FREE. '

} said tharfault flm(1er. "Watch a score wheels from vehicle. :We take oat no [ 10UTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
-: 'Tr,!eCTVi, r l tof petfastrlans< db:th*sidewalk and not tofts' .rub no paint or born roar felloes At Lv XEY MIAMr W'E4ST..Wednesulaye.:; :.Tuotdaye. ':i :Iil1: :: SOpm UOpm: Ar LV XitY hAVANA..Thursday.%vEar.: ;::::Thursdav.:.:..:::. : lopun 00'i'n
"Doetoi i melt positively Ins"i bne oT tfeefu stfcks straight with a hot tire. Come and see it work KLICKER BROTHERS.' DeLand Floirda Lv KEY %VEWt..Weulneseluty (10pm Lv KEYVE15T.Tbuirsdays. Mondepal 10pmAl
;' :knowing the worst""Well upon Those deviations are to not a always due path.'to end you will. never have your Tires set .. ,. .."S .' HAVANA..Thursday.: :: : .:::::::: : lOam Ar IIIAMI..rklay:: ,. Tu.e.tlaya.: ... S 551pm:::

tot again'
I think my bill wUl be about the crowded condition of the pavemttntelticjrrrj :' ,AddItloaI.SaIIIn5, betree' Ket West and/liavana'J/ ( < .
.A
o.
Thanklng'yoa' for in .. .
$100." .jirtntrtttfrunh'ibodrs\ man your patronage ----- -- 'Lv F' atA.AJIIA.'I'I1..I'ntllrll.\I..2.
: a -----i-----; KEY WgSruseMondaysVrIda7s! .1. B SOplD nv ) tOneAl
Is supposed to dodge this way and t he la past end hoping a continnanra in Pipe' fitting, Tin rooting,, Gut HAVANA..Tusailys. S..turd.y.... 8 loam Ar KEY WEi>T.ruo.: future I remain
Everybody exclaims against Ingrati tbattlanaia>l lirdrta> to moW \ I-I.E.: :
progress. sid.
Trains at No
Discharge Passengers Shlp's TranBfers.
Yours to serve T ECC'LES terlng acL spouting. ., Pump: I
.
; tude. Are there so many benefactors but when given a clear road therrf'ls .. serveSCO1TIIObCKINS. F ._=-=.
-BoogearL'i. no excuse for so much sidetracking.' t '. repaired wells and tanks mad ;4 The,.11mo'labtes.ts .w the times stWIelOb! WulAni'm,4 be 011",60 in stn't4< set, inst depart
11oo. lbs several .lIon.. but their arrival' Dr departure al the limB' atated I. not Ruarou'.ed
'. --- Yet nifematter tow favorable the coudraops to order. Repairing of all aol lI.bl. company be held re.poo.lb'e' (orany, delays ur.ny o.o'1uooc.' .SrIsIgtiserrrrua.For .
; -- .....""'" -1.. ( ft>e Mowf' York zigzags Mat
: 'U '
kinds. Satisfaction!guaranteed.I Copy o. the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other infumrmatiou"SEF..Tl1F.T1CKRT.AciENT" !
Widow i.kliauglitier-iMother. 1v 1'-d0' tna-&Wr He-mTgftt! huVfe a? stretch W e'of Special Election. Tinsmith & Plumber .

,;you tell people that I am only eighteen sidewalk a block long all to himself .- .
.' when you know I am twenty-four and be perfectly sober yet In that distance Kotloo Is hereby given that there will be Shops next door west. of b nk., IndianluAvenue i ,. I. .'- .: .: :-PsAgf.ST..AUOI: : JST1N. FIA.Bo9d .

\ I Widow-Because eighteen' six years .h< wguld!! votr!! from curb! to stoop of a sueolal the City election of XfeLaad'by.,the at the qualified: council electors room, ---- .

>{1 younger than twenty-four. Daughter. line and buck again several' times.*- In said city,00 Tbur..da.". 'Ombtor 20, lltoo.or / I / -
t"" \Tes I know, but surely I do not need New York Post ( \ tba purpose- ef-ttUctlnit one>member ofthe .r- __, ,___ -- '
the benefit of City tWhell for the unezplred term ofF
those ,
six at
.', age do I? Widow-NotVeti years fill f tll1Y my 1 qI' nt.\Odd: Tt"r w"*. ot. K.submitting Bond, deceased..to,tha jNerton Also..' for auallfled the purpose to Now the time to orderSimon } Cu/r\bef/ \\ binpaIY

,child but I do.-Ixmdon Teletrt dpb. rlt* f6peilera like most other Inventions vote thereon wbetber city Vonila ball be
j, bad great difficulty In getting issued Id the sum of seven thousand dollars I ; '-
TlkIna am m HIirb1l44,.. ,. !.> e $g\i\tfbQ\\, f from authority. For 'In ($,,7000)) for.... pu.,..... of paying ouutand-! 'I Pure-No..1 I Ifor Will quote you. prices and supply yom!"from their yard near tbe depot

We once heard Mr. Morl niTa lln- i stance, Sir"William Symonds surveyor lug warrants the City pursuant Council resolution of laid City; sdnptdby of De-- at DeLand with best cypress and yellow'pine

pl.tlC! prldo delightful as It l Is rare and principal designer to the British Land. at a special mcetlnir thereof held oabursday !

MY that when be and Mr. Gladstone admlralty.cpuld .not'b. .brought to believe ,-Dovember 22, 1006 your grove and be sure of large crop next Lumber Flooring'Celling! g Mouldings
sat down to talk both EOFOBD BI.Y ,
unconsciously In them. 'Be declared that stet m.
k stiffened their' backs and looked to ships of any' sort were "monstrous" llayor. winter All the best groves ue: SIMON PURE VatkEtc.
s
:? their periods.-London Outlook. > FERTILIZERS and show'for themselves Shinglesl;; ; .
and that the screw was Impossible. -1'1 they : : ( ,! I
] ---
HII4jJV'I.' C\) C Thtrdayfcame when choice betwe otice: of Application l t : Tax Deed Under j All Lumber Building' : delivered
The O.lr 0*. I. .. add ? wheels and propellers ', .-, ,. andFireBrtclcCement.etc.promptly, .
-
p screw Section 8. Laws of '
Chapter 4888. L
anowherelji
::\ ,I Mrs. Qottrox-I don't send Reggie to had to be made. 'The naval authoritiestied ti I Florida' E. O. Painter Fertilizer' thacity.il
f a public school because he Is so unlike r ; t.
two
"i, other boys. He ha. a private tutor of ships stern to stern and when Notioa Is hereby; given that'c.. (J. Fan.
the screw propelled vessel bad triumphed uII'r. purchaser of tax oel'tJllrate No. ll.W, JACKSONVILLE 1FLQRIPA,
,I''J his own Mr. Blunt-I see. Your boy over the paddle steamer Jin dated tberd Oay of, April 1B93, has filed ,
'\ Is, as you jnlgbtwy) ln.. !slas hlnjyelf. -,this ludicrous tug of war,.the lords 'offth. aid; cerilfloate i In feed" and has m e.ppllo.tloa DeLand Saw; :
gfMillS'NQyeHiWorks
.. .-New. Tprk B4/rald-lil/ for tax to Issue In accord- -
;, : \.. ) admiralty; felt Justified in model. nee with. law, Bald certificate embraces ,- .
;/', ;S "'T..J U1t". ,fata the British navy%n.w.i be following described property. situated"
'iii Volusla county. Florid. towltSw -, J. ;T. GAIRNS, Propr.tndManager,
\, ''Do'you think the opportunity. !ever } t., Kteka tn ..aB--* i. I I:1.[ ;; ; ; .::.:--== ran. is file ft maresTba ,.,. : ":
isld! auesed at John B. Stetson University
land being the date
I1IoJOYb rAoiM-Dwn sjva mclra'rapid n -AW-rea1y'remarked! : Gussle Dude of the tiauanoe of such certlltoate In the $ fOE LUfVlBERTelltng

d pace-It I can't.catch.,,up. ,with, them."_- ley* "I.n' i 1C, ridiculous to say/cloth n.aneGf Joo' B' Wiley. Unless .Id oer- ROUGH
& Detroit Free PvMav- tIe not make theSnanr' "Quite so." Hoa4.oa.ll M redeemed OMOonilnK -to law '

t & replleot.olll\Dresser. "If one didn't tax deed will issue thereon on' the Mtb day DeLarid, .J FbrldaynBM | :Bloorlny! SlJlii"Turning-"Scroll[ yiwlng-, Moulding. Window ana
JuTRuuvj I December. WOO.) : S Door Frames, Newel, Posh Balusters Mantels, Turned/Porch Columns
-4 & have. Mmaay clothes one would not Witness my official signature and seal / etc,5
MM BM Shedding for Groves and Pineries.
MM. Wj JAFFLIIATED W'Orates and Box Material a specialty
a Press. this the of
!
peed man.-PblJftliphla |Is..u.1'43rd-day'. BAM'b liIovelOber..1900.I). >JORDAN, I WITH THE UNIVERSITY Of OHIOAOO.COLLEQ1G .' Contracts taken for the erection of anyi.' kind of.a t building1:, LDELAND'
Clerk Uironit Court Volncla Mnnty, Fla. *
llam) lI1t By Ban I'ISIf. D Vt I Of LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those ol the University' Fl ORIDA.r -

P n rlS ftb your of Chicago. ,Stetson's graduates. receive Jheir\.degrees (rom both Stetson and"ChleaK" <. -u'-- .
.ref.renoe.," .aid. theJpdr ,ft the house t .. .
to the cook li&rW.r II:l "Nay- Not ceUt ..NonResidentsdiClroulti'Oourt (.;(LEaE UP' LAW-Oraduatet ut this College.. admitted to ,rsotlos' ....... '''
pt I; law In Flnrida1\'ltholltMx.mln.ttnn. .. ,. .. -,-. h'"
thor am I, mrim/lmrthey'r. the beet ( Jadletal', I: I COLLEGE! OB1 TEUHlOLOUY-Mecbanloal. Civil. EieotnioafEngleenlnI ; '
Tth
Clrotlt
of
ft'gV#>nl( 11cet."-Milwaukee, Sentinel.SfejHEALTH \ FlorMan In and,lor VoluaU,County.. In I I and Mammal 'Training courses lead. In or to degrees.' Finn new bulldlng. bosSy Orange .City WagonaD g g) Blacksniith l. 'k
,. ops.V.ipii
__ '....*_rv.< ''YffLLKaK OB1 BUSINESS-"tankinj' ; In'llTlts,branches.; 'jiook-Veeping\ by .

Laura 8. Oonnerat, and I ,
other
In depsrtntesste.Large faculty
beat methods \Klective courses open "
,Complainant,, commodious blilldln,1 .i., >*> \
: v. j} I PKEPARATOttY A.OAIIYGr"luatea: to enter Har1'ard". ul Bigiet .Male, orfR3pMral.[| :( f prsrs .Sfiualng' {' !a: -'
'JI INSURANCEllf A.J.. L Orr1''u.rI.... 1)efefldanhiS.T6L.andot .. et al I 1 Tale, Princeton, Cornell MIohlKam Chicago .and l all drat-olaa* colleges. 'Specialty. Carriage. buggy done "
snd.wagonpaliitlng in the
;: NOUMAL ANl'RA.C'flCI: HOUOOL.-I., Klnilerjtarwn, lu haown, build.Ilag. /; .
\ t .
'' f*. Douglass, Caroline Doug- I 2. "Primary and Orammar Hoh.ml In, separate .building.. ,. This, oonool, apeefaUly best manner finest aIntuae4 thing 'in .B'I8ock8
'r $ w"i'cM' flllaI17.. 4 Islet- B.II. O, Sanders 'Marltett. ObappTeaoa I prepares. Publlo School teachers. '- \ < Every lith.
N..ChappIecfarla B.Bellow aoflaary ,M U"UO 15'<;HOOL-A flOOUUOOplpa organ a dozea pianos,.separate boild- \ Done all Wor
and Crijarahteed to be PIrst-class. divome
.
'4 n no.ttni wbo lorarM hU .. : S. ). !." .rrie'.J IIawka" George I leg, larire faculty thorough ouurses of u ,i!: : :, ; ;
,.tI|>,UTda.,botU for hU family and. liChapplK" .irnsns'pJ.eSaaderu. and ART BCHOOr,-New studio.:, Costly .r'ts.; models, eto. a Trial Orders Promptly Attended to,'
rllLh1IuzeWutml. .. Iharles ftindara,,Panvlope,Oou .... Roa.lJoulfl.Norrle" Btauon: haS a faculty proftwaar. and lnatruoU,,1'b.y holij degrees .
j H. DoogiSis .ad (.ioorgeDouglase i Uarvurd. Vole. Unlrer..,-
ate l rd f n from the University of Chicago, Dartmoutb.jLolumbla _
; : '.o'tUyoo may'Iflsmr.' health by guli : n.lara' f4amsroa.. Fred 11:. I altv of Peon.I" oln. Bryn Mawr. Buokni-ll.. .,IlVVsityOt'MIOIllgl., DeoDlaon. If '
,, ILt '.' wortb \ NcIft'IaiId:, Eugetila: 1I'orrI.! lasbollaM.Perrte I and other Un versitles. .There..over IJQO.O...O.OQ. In building nod< cqalpimnt TLQpEMROT Orange-City Floj.ida'
t 'ID' N.'tI. panl18C. p antil.mims 8.. hn1n.. H. Gertrude I nearly quarter,million dollar end iwment ; an endowed library. of over 1ILOOO i i ,
.' latt'"M' attack of1ifhj .I rtaa..an4 .WllllMan. Flab'and. George H. I volumes; .beautiful ubapnl with costly t"rllllblollltnoludlntr-.t.ln, is.e
CanMnmcwniiK. '.do" I WtnduweTo 1'.lotioIB. atlOOOOOOr-ieeorKiini, I Gyrnua.IIrflwiIb,4mlupbetss| i
.,... '. I .... I I Yott.r.benby. required _.ppcar to th. I apparatus enaloa'd Atbletlo. Fl.lil, ranfilaV track;tAniiTa, oourta. aseballI II .
t'bll't1f!) tIft"" .." IIaatr Dill CovplaJnt, Sled a_lit.....n.' you I .d ,amend and gridiron besides swimming ,'iT0W4tl4I5d'OtllHVflpOVt555pa.1! -= "------ -"
: In the abo". (ntltled reuse o. or .before the rate' "buildings Sir men and women; five large Iw'or.l..rl..1or1 Ub mi.trvPb! ,a..- II }
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