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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: February 21, 1908
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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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t ... -_. I around it; b'e set out the trees in Without intending to do it. Dr. TOUR THROUGH ITALY EASY TO MIX THIS.
: front of it. He paid for it all out of Brooks, President of Baylor University -//A
his own pocket. He paid its teachers.It fired the opening gun at the Stet- AND 'I
S. was fitting that the students should son University Chautauqua. He had a Prepare it at Home By Shak-
give him such an ovation. merry genial message and he's a great I A SOJOURN AT ROME.
.1 big gun. Big physically and big every ing Well in a Bottle.
STETSON PERSONALS. oilier way. o (By Prof.E.G. Baldwin A.M.) '
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(.1t' Dr. Lincoln Hulley President of The women of DeLand-especially I
UNIVERSITYihe { It is not everyone BO desiring it. that What will appear very! interesting to
Stetson University has announced an those who are members of the Wo
I has tbe opportunity of standing on Roman many people here la the article taken
increase in the endowment funds of : man's Club, made elaborate preparations -
the University.Dr. to receive Mrs. Charles Raynor, or Grecian soil, and there vie win from a New York daily paper giving a

1 Brooks President of Baylor the State President of the Federated tbe battered bnt wonderful rains of antiqnity. simple prescription as formulated by a

University Waco, Texas, was the Woman's Clubs of Florida. Mrs. C. For such 8S have not this noted authority, who claims that he
! of Stetson University Wednesday II. Rosa and Mrs. Byron King both
guest cbance-to pee''the ruing of tbe past in I hns found a positive remedy. to cure
Big Success and Feb. 11, and addressed the students gave their services.It .
Chautauqua a at the close of the Chapel service. was good to sec Mr. DeLand, the mellow light that streams down ; almost any cafe of backache or kidney "

Rev. T. B. Ray, of the Foreign Mis- the founder of the town, back once : over them from oat of an Italian sky ; or bladder derangement in the following 1
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Large Crowds in Attendance. sion Board at Richmond Va., was more to look on the work his brains them is one doorway still left open, simple prescription if taken before
the personal of President Hul- had started in the school and in the I
I guest through which we tuny see those ancient tbe stage of Bright's disease.
Icy and addressed the Stetson University I town. Everyone gave him the glad ,
I marvels' and tbe Fluid Extract Dandelion
students in the Christian Asso- hand. ; light streams one-half

ciation Hall, on the subject of Mis- The Vesper service on Sunday Feb. from oat tbe projecting tubA of a ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; .,
Mme./ Schumanrt-Heink, the World's Greatest sions, Thursday Feb. 13. 16, was the largest gathering of all. I I modern and np to date Stereopticon. Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three _

1 Miss Electa Gifford, the prima don It shows that religion is the chief in- 1 Stetson University baa owned a splendid ounces. Shake well in a bottle' and

1.| Contralto,. Next Thursday' Night. I na soprano singer was the guest of terest of most lives. It was a great German three story dissolving view take in teaspoonful doses after each
Stetsov University on Feb. 14 and spiritual uplift. The streets were lined
sang the soprano solos in Haydn's with people; they came from all directions Instrument, for several years past; it meal and again: at bedtime.A .
s Oratorio The "Creation" Friday and crowded the auditorium.The has been. used in class rooms and In well known druggist here at home, I
The audiences who attend these
\fr.: Walter Drennen,' the-New"York I big services have been evening Feb. 14. Gospel Herald next week, will public lectures. when asked regarding!; this prescription
Uni Vesper very responsive -I Governor N. D. Broward of the Stateof I give a full account of Presentation -Last fall-- the stated that the
at Stetson President Hulley's appeals. I University purchased ingredients are all
jt Baritone, Sang to
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I Florida, was the personal guest of p Day. It will tell of the honor tendered .
Service Life is sweeter, purer/holier in De- 100 new views on the very latest excavations I harmless and can be obtained at a
versity Vesper Dr. and Mrs. Lincoln Hulley Friday I Mr. John B. Stetson, Jr.; of the big
16. Land because of the religion that Is and Saturday Feb. 14 and i. His public reception given in his honor; it in Rome and vicinity Pompeiiand small cost from any good prescription
February and from the platform at
|l. Sunday, taught urged The people of all daughter attends Stetson University.The will give an account of the address of Hercnlanenra. from a noted importing pharmacy or the mixture would be

Walter Drennen, well-known i, denominations Stetson University.come, and all are' wel- Governor was specially invited to Bishop Spellmeyer of Cincinnati and optical bones in New York City. put up if asked to do so. lie farther
saritonc of New York City sang a be presen at the rendering of "The I of Rev. Dr. Wm. J. Hunter, of Toronto. -
j come. Stetson University preaches a Nor is this all, tbe University owns stated that while this prescription la
llonous solo' at thei'Vesperservice' gospel/ like that of Christ, for they got Creation. He was given an ovation I I hundreds of tine views on Greece, often prescribed in rheumatics afflctions
ait Sunday.*.. His voice i richfand I'it from1'Him. It is broad gospel and by the students on Saturday morning, Prof. A. L. L. Suhrie has worked
'tong and it rolled through1' the, Audi I I itisa' humatrf gospel a blood ripe to and gave them a very felicitous addresson like a trojan with his students in EloCution Egypt. Palestine and southern Europe.The I with splendid results be could see no
orium with--telling effect.- The .wordi I the r There is nothing weak nor the Spanish-American war. and Oratory, bringing them In- crowning feature of It all was the reason why it would not be a splendid
it; the solo were taken from the 27th I IP.alm"The I core. Dr. Byron W. King, President 01King's to condition for the Shakespearian for
offensive about it. Stetson Universityis recent purchase of tbe novel light: the remedy kidney and urinary troublesand
and School of Oratory Pittsburg presentation, and the students responded
Lord is my light my ( all the just as Christ's celebrated Nnist Glower This backache it has
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t people lamp. ': as a peculiar
of the Shakespearian beautifully.
Lords ,and leading
..aJvation whom shall I fear; the alt the one
the strength bf 'my- 'hfe, of..whom good Gospel is for out the people.mis- I actors in America lectured in the Stet Stetson University has great reasonto newest invention of electrical Ingenuity action upon the kidney structure,

.ball I be afraid.* ; Met sibn'bKChrlsf, University' to &eek is 'artd on to save the son auditorium to a delighted audience, rejoice in the work her Faculty i is uses an ordinary alternating current. Is ; cleansing those most important organs

iThe"auditorium war*never "so ,full lost. It is striving 'to blaze a'light Saturday evening, Feb. 15. Dr. King accomplishing in uplifting the lives ol silent as a mummy-case, aud throws alIght and helping them to sift and filter from
efore. The galleries were full, the and Mrs. King/ are the special guests the young people who come to Stet
> across the darkness caused by' ignor- as brilliant as the brightest oxy- ; the blood the foul acids and) waste
nain audience room was full the plat- of the University at Chaudoin Hall. son. Nothing can resist those mighty!;
ance. There is no darkness like ignor I forces that are uti liled at Stetson Uni- hydrogen flame. A recent Irlal of both matter which cause sickness and suffer!
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orm was It is the mother of vice
ance. prolific ECHOES. in the of in : find Roman view in tbe ing. Those of readers
The audience was composed ofcititens These Vesper services CHAUTAUQUA versity making character lamp new our who suffer
: of all the churches and tourists too.Stetson. University great are an appeal to at Crowds, crowds, crowds-have! attended the shaping of young lives for future University Audi torium, was wonderfully ; 1 make no mistake in giving it a trla.1.
all the hotels. It was a great the rendering of the Creation, usefulness.
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noblest sides of human successful the results
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.light; it touched all hearts. Henry A.I I the first Chautauqua Vespers, and the There has been a good deal of special -
) Land, founder of the town was ture. other numbers of the course. music at Stetson during the DeLand On that occaasion there were exhibited I'I Mrs. Mary E. SUnbnrrough.
all the good. and Dr. has already others more than twentyfive
he audience. The lagician was to Chautauqua, Hnlley among Died at tbe advanced of 84 ,
\Prof. Morse's great choir sang Shel- An Ovation to Hon. Henry AJ De- Maybe he did not fool those Stetson announced that next year there views of the Roman Forum, show. 7 months age years
y"s ."Hark Hark. My, Soul. Angelic Land at Stetson University, I students. Mickle's curves are out of shall be in DeLand a DeLand Chau- Ing the present ata",,e of tbe excavation and days, at the home of her
Jo\t\;.s Stealing.'!, Thi music was no- Monday Morning, Feb. 17. sight on the base-ball diamond but tauqua and a Music Festival combined there tbe exhumed of daughter Mrs. A. J. Sembler, 41 Rich
lang short of ravishing. A special re- An ovation was tendered to Hon.:' \pure unadulterated deception Walden He talks with great enthusiasm of the' fnkly pillar Ave., Airs Mary E. Stanonrrpagb
luest has been made that it be repeat- Henry A, DeLand of Fairport, N. Y., beats the Dutch! magnificent/ scale ,on which it is to be 1 Phocas, the "Nameless Column with 1 formerly of Morristnwn N. J., to which
,* next Sunday. It did -indeed sound by.the'student! of Stets'>n University Pr6f.C Orwin A. Mors has given to projected. There will be something' the burled base" spoken of by tba' poetByron place her remains were forwarded for
ike the voices of a choir from, some ill the auditorium Monday Feb. 17. the DeLand public the richest musical doing next year sure! I ; showing also the site of the in tbe family in Ever-
>ther world. Miss Lena Conkling led Mr; UeLand is the founder of the town feasts during, the Chautauqua. The Mr. John B. Stetson Jr., broughtwith Atrium of the Vestals and the templeof I cemetery. plot i
he sopranos and took the short solo of DeLand. He is the founder of De' rich toned organ has dropped delicious him a party of eleven friends
tarts of the chorus, and Miss Mary Land Academy and of DeLand''Uni- honey, and the sweet voiced choir and from Philadelphia. Regrets that Mrs. the vestals la which the sacred fire
Eoigler led the contraltos. taking the versity. His noble work was takenup soloists have ravished the 'senses. Stetson could not be present were expressed I was kept always burning. There were Letter to W M Woodward
4 lo parts for them and Prof. Morse's by Mr. Stetson'whose money laid I The Gospel Herald is enriched in 'on all sides. Her great gift views on the Capitoline Hill, on the
$ompanirhenf on theorgsswal'expionally : the foundations of the larger University this issue by the wisdom of the speakers of $40,000 to endow the Library, made I Palatine showing the remains of the DeLand. Fla.
sympathetic. that followed. who have contributed to the De- her absence all the more to be re of the Dear Sir: Paint goes by, gallons
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The auditorium ,plattornratiVesperked '"' Mr.l DeLand Is now well up in ears. land Chautauqua. gretted. emperor. are useful and useless palate.
beautiful.' By special courtesy His good gray' head was a benediction.His Those who heard Byron King's lecture The play's the thing! People did ., that line the Forum and that crown Useful paint Is lead-zino.and.oit with
.01 Mrs. Stetson, the choice pottednts heart .is as big as a mountain; his : -"All the World's a Stage"-were not regret their coming to hear King. tbe Palatine giving ns the Dame and color; useless i paint is whiting -
from her green houses were (face beams with good nature, and his I delighted! beyond measure with it. Mr. in a Shakespearian role on Tuesday I "Palace" from the face that this bill i china-clay, ground stone, barytes,

t ,at ,the disposition of President heart continually I overflows with ;joy Woodl the banker, is reported to have evening. Indeed, King did not come: was tbe site of tae imperial fami lie*, or water. -
hey, who had them banked on the and gratitude. / said was the finest lecture we it was Lear himself-the poor, sad I This staff! is put-In because Isobeap,
.tform' in front of the great pipean. The auditorium was p'aeked to, give 1 have"',oIetl had, In the auditorium.". broken-minded King Lear. The way from Augustus on down to the time staff-oat! the paint, to make more
The young }ladies .of the choir this dear, old man a warm welcome.: Stepson University is proud to be Dr. King presents the mad King. when the Empire was divided. One of ...lIoDe to sell; of >coarse the>buyer
re whUe\ dresses, Friends came in' front town and Joined ;he.hpme of the first DeLand Chautau would touch the hearts of the most tbe most Interesting series of views was ( '& suspect or he wouldn't bay It. _
The'address' -wad ''based'r' on Paul's the students.'The chapel services went qua. Stetson! '"stands" for"the finer hardened, and his best performance I that showing the Coliraeam, or the so- It costs a* much to brush-on this use
ortation to the! Philipians, 'What on. ss usual. Nothing was omitted thing; of the.mind;, for high thinking, by far is going to be in Julius Caesar. le.. stuff as le lno-and-oll;' but It 7
evcp-liii.-.rctrue; whatsoever from the devotional service: Prelident noble purposes/ ,' exalted living, and rejoices The pia v's the thing':! .called Amphitheatre of the Flavians, looks like that and feels Ilka that la the
Ings are pure; whatsoever things are Hulley puts that first and for,most. in this'fine Chautauqua move The Gospel Herald announces thatan .1 because built by Titus of the Flavian brush; the painter doesn't inspect it.

ely; ':ha.nev.lWcgrsriofgoodoFt Religion come t&tnertl/ be !ny"lttu.l'Iancf; if tll wt do. lU\ &a ,,1 who' have heard Miss give in DeLand Handel's Messiah by a celebration lasting 100 days and should the'painter object to painting
ere bafcatiy tprais4, think orf these .Wheithe chapel'Service ende, IJtrHulley : Fleers? Gifford sing can form any idea Haydn's ,"The Creation," Gaul's "HolyCity : of thla 11000 : gallon f (,ings presented Mr. DeLand. The of how rich and musical a true soprano ," Mendellsohn's "Elijah," Gilbert In tbe course over animals day; more gallons,: ,more d.y",,, more
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he address was the firt of three students cheered him to the echo andch'eer.dh1m vice can be. There were no unseemly &'Sullivan's "Pinafore," and possiblythe I were killed In combat besides nambe- money T'Average
and. he with efforts to reach the highest notes.' She Musical Festival less "Butchered" 'as ; ) paint at fall price I Is aoutonethird
st uqnafa higher life the grander() levels of quivering lips a nd tearful eyes, told1 la'ngwith: perfect ease and like a bird. Dr. Hulley is very. enthusiastic; says "to make a Roman holiday',. The"teWI '' this useless staff; and,avrsg.uaial .)
lJal1u14.\ f eIig..aid UQII..Jh9.: I !them q."little. ct:? the early days, andwhenne Her trills and runs and cadences captivated over the plan. Illustrations at |180 or <1.BO/ or 11.79'a gallon
comprise showing
aker appealed and pfead1. with the I sat !owft'fle! '"stIDIents-once everyone. It is the unanimous I 1. two-third-raiL.'Footpaint is the
Klience to think of the thlnasLthat I more applauded! him for a long time. verdict at Stetson, that Miss Gilford the exterior walls as they .tand today, proper name for all,bat pare paint* It la
Md jnaW tfaenryioblen lie gripped .- MrvJUeG.and' has ,1613 Jnis friendsa must come again. ". : Mme Sohumann-Hclnk the greatest with tbe marks of time upon them. of : made to fool people with.' Knave Dams
t .ht.H f"'hll'.l1earef' ;ihe pressedme -ail\,aruf'Again here In the city the f ,When the President introduced Governor contralto of (he day,.will slag la Concert tbe $interior showing the aabs'rllctllre.' ie1n' ther' good name; It, Ie .ID.<*e, of
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for of how he came to Florida when Broward to the Stetson'studentson by It. Sick paint Is a name
his points; he spoke justice, story at the Auditorium next Thnrs > { honest weak
for onor, br lov'tliness In there,was nothing on the site of DeLand Saturday morning, they gave I the I an paint. They are all
'e:tlitJ"] '| mantiA-J f,} minfinisl, and I efctept tree. KetxrughtMUrg' "iod-) Governor a rousing receptio'n; and the evening. She Is expensive$10001 I for which th slain victims'were dYsggedontwlth weak'and all>extravagaati toot many
ss as "aail" habits, not as oc- I II ing; he TaM "outia"- town*. he pot wp' Governor took' them all in. Ha had tbe evening, but DeLand had to have a book. There* are over's; sional virtues. He pointed his audice buildings. The people! who came inj every student in his vest pocket before her and there will be a great crowd yl.wlot this one rain.Extrordlnary brush-on. Devoe is the standard."
he showed tl\elP- called the tow* 6y'-hu name i Irll..builc le .had spcjken to them ten minutes.He Yours truly ;.u;,.
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to stars; present to see and hear the most famous Interest centers around '
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in behalf th.1.. fbi first scbooU'lIe fo.dnjMtjDjiLandAcademy. told them... thrilling story of ad 4 '1_
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COUNTY RECORD ALL OVER THE COUNTY in addressing older folk than themselves List of Guarantors for the Schu- The so called blue laws of.Conrwttl-
with whom they speak. They alwaysuse eat were the invention of one Samuel! f
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6 Mr., Mrs. aDd Miss with yea air and mann-He/n/ Concert. Peters a Tory. who, driven from thiscountry 2)0 ft !

re. ITKB8 OF I5TBKK8T WAFTED TO no air to men and yea maID ana no main The following named persons subscribed on account of his disloyalty

Entered Is ,lee PoartoOoe at DeLaad. Fls, THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS to ladles with a polite Up of the bat." r I the guarantee faml in order to during tile Revolution published In
as ssoosd oa..rates secure Mme. Sohnmana-Helnk to sing London In 1781 a.book entitled "Gen time to do yourEuildInj) --.
trailing; Is the :
CORBBSPOHDBirra.' but the rear-rank yahoo gallon at DeLand: evil History of Connecticut" In which Now
k far la the'" calls his parents the old were set forth. wait Summer when '
In till
Lincoln Holler, the laws Question Don't ,; you
B. E. FRBY1TT Killer A Proprietor. .
and his
Dick
man, Tom. or Harry cod of Uw which ttU book contain
Pierson. Orwla A.. Morse The
mother the old woman or the home A. L. L. Snhrie. has been proved to be fabrication can't get labor.. Let us .kid_ _on.. your :

cook and washer. such law In Connect and .
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There were no Builders' flartJwartTbe.torePnces i
The national convalescence of J. A. Harper ana his beautiful wife Edw. G. Baldwin other of New Borland.
cut or In any part .
RuMia is She baa attended chnrcb at BarbervUle Sunday. F. R. Oaborne again.' We have on
ing. American go
.l progre Orange City.Mr. ; .-New York c _c.c up. "...
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gotten around again to the pointof Jim Turner..a handsome young man I ._ ,"_ Dwight Terry hand _
the Sultan of of Emporia, was In this bnrongh Sun E.: B. Solomao. N.gro.s' Teeth.
threatening day Hood snUrtalnlug his parentsfor I S. D. Jordon. Hut whiteness and beauty of the

"Turkey. Mrs. I. C. Hatches glided to DeLand several. weeks at his home on Graves. U O. Codriogtou teeth of the African negroes ant pD' Several (Carloabsof !,
which the,
SMIBHISMMMBMaBI SBSaaaISISBSSS S> Ave. V. H. Voorhis. rally ascribed to the food
One virture of this continued last Wednesday to visit kinship and is J. G. Holland .at and to favorable climatic road!!.

Japanese war talk is that it will friends. nearly The ready Congregational tor the mason's parsonage work. :B.: L Pow., .. but these Ignorant native take famlllar the following;: Lime, Blaster r : ulcan.gtanbatb .
David Bradshaw of DeLand scooted special car of the teeth and are ;
soon be inch an old story that to this plaoe last week to see his best Color a cool gray. G. A.. W.nou.Geo. Fl.hsr.John ,. with many remedies' for tile ''ite Cement;JEagle (JemeDt.rl..terl, dOpe, Pipe, I
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everyone will be tired of bearingm young lady. Mr and Mrs. Williams of Ean Claire. MaoDiarmid. treatment of dental diseases. Mnncbensr Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" Roofing. .

WIs.. and Mrs. Fitzgerald are attests of Medlslnlsche Wocnenschrlft.
about it.Wonder. Mrs. Hiram Ashley spent the major J. W. Perkins.B. .

portion of last week with kind folk at Mr. and Mrs. James Walden at their E. Prevatt.V. BMumbinq (Boobs -
Fair Play. ,
fleet handsome residence corner Graves and ,
if the battleship Barberville. J. .
M. Fountain, There Is In most men that Instlnc
will discover any' more new Mr. Hans Anderson now polls the Oak avenneaDr. W. A. Allen, which Is one of the best heritages from lrone, :

places around the coast of South halyards over one of the handsomest J. a Curtis of Fulton. N. Y. and J. W. M. Gardner, boyhood-this Instinct for fair play and sold or installed. Tin Roofing;Galvanized ;

America that nobody ever heardof harness plugs in this prosperous row' Orange City, Fla.,;joined his wife last Geo W. Bristol, for giving everybody "a cb.a.KaDcbeeter ...."- Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to

hut town. Thursday their cosy Oak Ave cot S. A. Wood (England) Guardian

v before of tage. Everybody U glad to see the T. E. Arnold the best. i1
Fred Hodgson a man ex
young
genial Dr. among as again. 'The "au It. _ 11:
Gould Bros. _
The Republican promise of ,oellent habits and modest bearing is a "Did case go by default Bam"
Mr. W. C. Spalding and Mrs. Louise W. L. your
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its friends" I valued employee on the Peter Pierson Thompson "Yasslr. De bait ob de Jury ysssnV
'tariff revision by truck farm. Spalding of Caribou. Maine, who have H. J. Wilmshurst. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Watts & Miller Co.

sounds almost like advising one been spending a week at The Trues left W. H. Stewart
O. A. Miller, his mother and bonnie (Incorporated)
l to get treated for dipsomania bya bride returned Friday from a hip to for Maine Monday. They will travel Geo. P. Selden, Forsake not an old friend for the 'I ''t1 't '

bar-tender. leisurely not arriving home under two Otis T. Reichardt, BMW.Ie not cemparabi ante hlm-8ol
the State Frir in Tampa. They reporta
weeks. Isaac A.Stewart, won.ANNOUNCEMENTS..
nice time.

4 It must be a perplexing situation Charlie Smith and Will T. Waltersare On Thursday evening of last week avery W. C. Cannons ._____c_._ ---. --, -,- -=i.j
enjoyable; entertainment.. given E. L. McBride, T---- ;
to the Republican storekeeper under the weather with lagrippe, Hobart M. Cable-Pianos';
in the Orange City Hotel parlors by a U. S. Fanis.Mrs. The ,
who wants to lay in a and several others are suffering with talented elocutionist. More people Hatch FOB 8UKR1FF. I

sufficient supply' of the right severe oolda. would have enjoyed it had the notice H. B. Stevens, To the Demooratlo Voters ot Voluala. No one ever thinks of malting co'parlsons '

,, brand of campaign button. Nolan Baker a valued attache of been given earlier. Mrs. W. CEccles, I hereby County announce myself a candidate t between the Hobart M.GI"'

the Bishop & Baker lumber mill and odd tourists and residents Robs Bond. for sheriff of Volusia county,iubject to the Pianos andranyeotber JPI
Twenty ; no. r
If el
are to to naval stores concern at Eldridge. skid' E. L. Bon action ol me Democratic primary. t
Lot of go !filled Cannons' New England bnckboard enforce 'the
ted, I pledge mjtelt to ImparUally superiority :.f' Hobart M. Cil>i '
from the dooed here Saturday.Mrs. for J. T. Cairns the taws of the county, and to conduct the
the markets groves and a four seater on Tuesday a. in.
L.maLair and Edward of W. C. Jackson, affairs of the ottoa to the vert beat of o>': Piano in so marked, that when Hi
\ further down the State. The son a day in Enterprise and vicinity. At ability. 1 earnestly request tie support of
Lexington. Ky.. are in these diggings Inn W. S. Taylor, the speaks of Pianos U simply the Hoi
in Volu 1:80: p. m. they filed into Epworth all voter st primarj. ;
the .
bulk of
great crop sunshine of their Wright & Wright LEE MORRIS. M. Cable. Thla Piano
bathing in the warm dining room and did ample;justice to a is a dell<
sia county have been marketed. former Emporia horns. most excellent turkey dinner cooked. Cbas. C. Townsend FOB TAX COLLECTOR '!I the skilled musician. Tbetoneunf

Miss Ethel Stone and Miss Effle end serve? to the "qneen'a' taste." This Geo. E. Davis, To the People of Volusia County: ,I'' 1f.t.'A'clear and harmonious. Don'ttblirV
: It will be politics in Florida deserves B. E Brown, I have decided to again become a ...
Morris south Pierson, ;just gatheringthe old hostelry nnder the new regime, r
the A. H. Woodall. candidate for the office of tax col .i? .Fx: purchasing a Piano until youhM'
now until the date of pri .
r t,, middle bloom of their teens, were more extended patronage. Many '
lector the approaching primaries i -p' *
at
mary.' Candidates for all offices, on this ground Wednesday.The improvements have been madteambeat A Friend and respectfully solicit your votes anc seen and heard the Hobart fl. \U: !i
t. Mrs. F. E. Nettleson
/ ,
from Governor down to constable Ashley brothers, Hiram and and new plumbing at annormons support Ptano. f

will have to be nominated Will and ,Sidney McCrainey. the expense, paint, paper and new and mattings, But A.two D. McBnde.persons In addition to the before I have and served believe you that in my this knowledgeof capacity J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M; Cable Piano'!

splendidly equipped loggers of Haw handsome rngs. new piano, everyattention the details of the office and my experience
in primary. above list were tailed on by the committee 4
i Creek, Bundled here with the folk. desirable, while in front rolls places me in a better position
.I the majestic St. Johns Rlvtr. What aa they closed their canvass aa to serve satisfactorily than a new
R. C. eioonfederate mulligan you JOHN B.
Baker an WE'LJGH''
A New contemporary the fond
England more could one ask for when one needs soon as was complete. Many and untried man, or one not familiar
I remarks that this is not a tariff guard of New Smyrna, was in this rest and comfort Green Springs and others have expressed their desire to with the work of the office.
hamlet last week looking for some com help and the committee will appreciateall Very respectfully your ORANGE CITY FLA. il
winter a tariff revising Mr. chicken ranch were pointsof ,
nor Throop's
f revising rad.'. evidence In his pension claim. the D. P. ::.mith. __ .
publicity that can be given to
and tired but
To which might Interest to ail a happy
i'' Congress. The writer is not particularly fond of the great event.
time. FANCY AND STAPLE 10
crowd arrived home at sapper ROC
t II be added nor a tariff revising noise but the clamor .if Mrs. Nets Pier- -.-- FOR CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT

I } Speaker either. son's pretty flock of goose makes him Taleatlse Party.A To the Demooratlo Voter of Voln.la TOBACCO AND CIGARS

think'of former dan in good old Mary very merry company assembled at At DeLand Churches. County t -DRY GOODS SHOES, HATS ETC.. ETC. ER.IE1'
I am a candidate tor re-election to the of.
This remark of Oov. Hughes land.Frit. The Trues on Friday evening to do Presbyterian Birch doe of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Volusiacounty. Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand :

that he will not again stand for 240 John L. honor to good old Saint Valentine.The and respectfully solicit; your support
Frank pound
a
Rev. Benjamin; B. Koapp Pastor. at the primary to be held May 19,A.D. class Groceries for your table.
Governor of New York ought to Sullivan mulligan guard of New York rooms were decorated in red and Sunday school at 9:-&,). Morning service tae Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market in Conoectt
State is visiting bis former home at white hearts whole and pierced being of worship and sermon at 11 Should you again honor me with an election. -
call forth a similar statement and o'clock. I shall endeavor to discharge the duties Orden receive careful attention and '
and red white
Emporin. He whisked to this healthful much in evidence of the office satisfactorily to all and as delivepromptt. You will find mj fa'M
from Mr. Taft that he dues not place last Tuesday.The streamers were twined about every Methodist Episcopal Church South the law directs.Vonra as low as the lowest live me a calL.

care about another term as Secretary thing "twinable' very truly,
following of this place hooked it Bandar school every Sunday morning SAMUEL D. JORDAN
of war.People up to DeLand on a shopping tour last Recitations by Miss Benham an ao at 10 a. m; preaching 11 a. m.; Ep -, 'r" .
r elocutionist piano solos by worth League at 6 43
complished : p. m ; preaching
week: Mr. and Mrs. F. Roaengreen
who talk about Senator Mrs Harris and Mr. H. E.!: Jones of at 7.30 p. m. Prajermeetiag every FOR STATE ATTO tlZY, : KLICKER BRUSH
Miss\ Eleanor Hagstrom and her brother Wednesday
Cariboo Maine, and a charming vocal nightH. I hereby announce candidacy for nom.
Jeff Davis having garnered fame Carl. lots of F. P. C. my '
/: They bought goods. HARRIS nation[ to a second term of the office ct
selection by Mrs. Harris, were well received.
from his single speech overlookthe Charlie Swartengreen and Ley.yo. Mate Attorney In asd tor the Seventh Judicial .1 Mercha Tailors
]
St.!! Barnabas thireh.: Circuit of Florida subject to the deois-
most remarkable feature of Clamey donned their fatigue dads last An autograph contest and a poetoffice St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Bev Ion of the Democratic primaries to bo held "
week and set 5 acre of on Hay 19, 1_. If again trailed with the
that the old young orange Campbell Gray Rector.
the case which was where dainty valentines were disposedof. admluastrstionotthls most Important of.
war horses allowed him to speak trees on their south Pisraon location. were pleasant teatnree of the evening's Sunday February 2Jrd Sexagesima.fa. Hoe by the people, I I will,sal have always i Four Doors South from Fisher's Corr\erj\
i Communion: 9 Morn
i They are topnotch eitiaens. m. Holy ; a m. striven to do. perform my Put> impartial!
: : at all. entertainment. ing prayer; 0:80 a. m. Sunday scbool; and fearlessly fur the brat Interests of the I l'I
., The unusually bright little daughter Light refreshments were dispensedby 1030: a. m. Choral celebration of Holy state. JOHN C. JO' ES, Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and
for Governor of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Hagstrom 1s the hostess Mrs True. Concealed Eucharist with sermon. Service every] : State AU', 7th Circuit. I night c patters'' J
The candidates
quite aick. Aa a result of a play frolic in each heart decorated napkin were lay except Sunday at 5 p. m. new, _
will soon be placing their platforms FOR COUNTY JUDGE.To Suits that fit you too, Just Suits superbly lined all through I
it fell and broke its arm last Saturday.We saucing fortunes that created ..uebaport. .
fatkolle Chard.M. :
right .
the Democratic Voters of VolusiaCount" and through.'
before the voters, either hope for its speedy recovery. when read by the bolder.
i J. Curley Rector. Sunday Feb. Florida! Suits well made at prices I /gbt- dolts that are a bargain true-
f: through the papers or in pamplet Albln Hagstrom of this place bad About sixty were present and the J3rd. First mass 6.30: a. m, High mass I herebY onVr mvaell as a candidate for Waiting here.

f|*f-jit form and the fight for this office! charge of Instruments' and railroad young ladies who planned the affair re with sermon 10 a. m. Sunday school 11: Volusia re-election County.to the olitce If elected of County I pledge Jtidve my.of When you appear.
7 80 01
s m. Even'ngservice (object
I will wax warm a. the date of property at Huntington last week, relieving calved a nice little sum toward the lecture, Satisfaction for eta" All self to the faithful discharge I of every duty CONSULTATION FREE !
t V. Mr. W. J. Bn d.xk. who is parsonage furnishing fund. welcome. pertaining to the office. bare been your
approaches. Jounty Judge for two terms and 1 ambelter
,\ I,:. primary taking in the State Fair at Tampa. He Meedamee Taylor and Boat assisted M. J. CUB LEY.Uector.. prepared for the duties of the office i KLICKER BROTHERS l
DeLand Floir&WEE
returned Sunday. the hostess in receiving. then ever before ,
Notwithstanding the money McCEOBY.
James Harper a comfortablv wealthy. -- ...- -- First 11. E. Ckireh This Feb.2Oth. locJ.LEE
of last fall the effect of
panic merchant of Jacksonville The 25th snnlverary of the M.I.
accompaniedby building
Conrad for Legislature. FOB' COUNTY TRE.\SDBKBI : .
II which are still felt throughout; his handsome little daughter Annie' of the First M E. church will be heldnext
: 1F The friends of E. T. Conrad throughout : Sunday morning with appropriate take,this method to Inform the voters fIf/!!!, f
t the country, Florida Is having Rath was in this thriving flowerland the county have been urging him to ,tervicea. Special music and a silver of Volusia. County that I will be a candidate .. EEE: : :> EEe..e.e: : :
,. one of the best tourist seasons in last week, visitina; bis parents and Mr.' becoirea candidate for representative 'ffenog taken In honor of the occasion. Treasurer for re election subject to to the the office action or County of> thetemocrstio

her history. All resort point. in and Mrs F. D. Harper. j in the Legislature from Volnria County Dr. Barka_ the pastor will preach 1 rima.,. to be held May 19,
i and he has finally consented to shy bis the second sermon of the series "Walks 19ON, promising elected, to perform toe THE. .
the State are crowded with them. When JOG know a nice item of news castor la the politics rina Mr. Conrad I and Talks With Jesns". the theme wit duties of lh. office In the future .. In the
has been identified with Volosia be Christ's Temptation." A cordial paat to the best of ability, and will be Ktf
give it to us and w* will appreciate It. County my
____ ____ __ ._
I vrat-iul to those who will favor
...-. invitation extended aiL with
for well Known to tee to me W
Doc wait until it U stale or oat of date T.J'aano. '
President without their
not votes.
The voters throughout the county. He ia a W. C.
and then blame J. WATTS
We
us about it. can't business and who Christian Chsrth J. VISZANT.
1 a sense of hnm r. He baa had thorough man a man !
hear and see everything that moves in would be a credit to Volume County in Services la the Christian church ..' FOB TAX ASSESSOR.T : .
ao many fight, of one sort and the neighborhood by a large majority. the law making body of the Stat usual next: Lords Day 8.S 10.. m $
another within the past twoyean Doynaaeot Daytona Oasette N.... Sermon 11 a. m. Endeavor 8:43 p. m. the People of Volusia County t
ims year ago I was chosen County Asseeor -
I By precedent the coast is entitled bone Subject. -The spirit as toe birthright of Taxes for
Volusia
r that he has ceased to call The patriotic American bird lit on F. of the Representatives aDd Deg .d cf the saints." This Ik the second in tax: book at that lima wrre County.far from pen The U/ N Dur FE 5TOIi
hie personal journal a diary and B. Ckrlile's boose in Utlle.Eap& last the seriea on the Holy Spirit There bat a comparison of which with the tax E
week and left a bran new 11 pound boy. and the entire west portion of the will be special music. All are cordially bonks 04 ttday will juaiify my claim that I
r refer to; it; as "the scrap book". county will unite heartily in the support invited. Strangers especially welcome.J. have made great impiovemests is this
His hams U Hoke Smith. Now thathappy W. a. Smith, work which is now second to none la the
of the gentleman mentioned by \
j Testimony in the Harrisburg borne baa 4 excellent. children, the Oaiette News. Mr. Conrad suits Pastor. Stale.I ......elftJlI,. announce my candidacy \Ai No. 65 N. Boulevard
two of each kind two wood riders and nor re-election. to said office, subject lo the
r
graft cases show that the Capitol the Democrats: of the west side, and The Baptist Chsrch. Democratic '
two future belle. Primarysaaurlng you that If \\Ii DeLand Florida.
furniture "by the foot" WM with him aad Montana In the House At the morning service tt U o'clock booo-ed with another: tens I will devote
breadth Two of Piorscm's handsome yoana- Volosia'a every Interest will be looked there will be the dedication of the new my best efforts to the faithful discharge of \hi
measured for length tae duties of the office.urpaatslodne.
ladies spent a portion of last week visit after la the lower branch of the Florida organ. Anthem Sole In the evening For, ...and consideration
and thickness. And doubtless it Miss there will be a sacred organ recital with thank New stock of
ing. Mary Cade bled to Turpeav legislature. you very much end will neatly \Ill)
wa a source of grief to the official due City to see her sister Mrs. Helen following program: appreciate a re-eleouoo at your hands
Organ-Laos Deo Dn>oiaScripture. 8 B. WILSON. *
S ; that they were none of Byrd, and Miss Mary' Harper rambled I > Everything in the Hardware Line

them experts in the fourth lo Jacksonville Both are deservedly i Meeting of Volusi4 Coantf fnc Solo-If with all your hearts-Mendelwohn NOW THEN
popular borne-loving ladles. -Mr. Phillips. \jjj Carefully Selected and
dimension.The r tire Committee.To PayerOrgana \ ,

The Plenonitee are congratulating Whom It May Concern: )March of the Magi KinirsDnbnis. Iii

bill introduced in Con themselves epos the acqniailfcw of the There will be a meeting of the Democratic (b)_Communion g-Bateste. You Need Some Fruit \ ALL STANDARD POOPS

1 greM by Hon. Frank Clark, llerriam, as welcome dtiseae. We extend Executive Committee of Volnsia (dpsrk.c) Fantuia Jerusalem the golden Trees on Your Lot. \II _

which provides that the government to them a cordial welcome back to County.' Florida held ia the court Solo-The Isird is my Light-AllistoaMiss Having bought the badness and nor-

back the their former handsome home <. eastPfenoB. boos, I>>I.&ad. Florida on Wednesday. Lena Conkling. wry stock of E H. Hayward, a clean, ill Builders' Material Doors Sash
C, should pay to They..citrus trait gro_ February 28th, IW8. at o'clock p. m.. Statement by Pastor. healthy tot of young trees, I offer bud Blinds
cotton of the South the of the right Mrs. Mwriaa awl Offertory. heal and grafted oitrns. pecan peach
grower stamp.
aad U ia desired that aD persons who Orgao <.) Largo-Handel. (11))Pastorate :and other frtut trees of PlumbIng
and
popular fine a Supplies etc. Carried
968,000,000 tax collected from he*beautiful little daughter 0.-.. so- ai Interested in ......liable to come -Gnilmaat. (0)) Pilgrim's Chorus : varieties at reasonable1 prioea. ,

them from 1861 to 1868 i*' attracting computed by )(.. EUea D...... all W before the said Committee win attend Wagner. Call on me ai my hones la DeLand.

', considerable. attention Tampa, came last Wednesday for .a Ibis meeu. Doxolov.Benediction.. or write for what:you want for delivery \Ii iVi

It lODe stay. WM. S.TB.a TEB, la November Decembr or' January. WANT ;you to visit my New Store fine:
the inspect
,throughout country. was ALFRED HOWARD :my ,
One of the most detivhtfol) aecials of Chairman. Co. Democratic KxCom.. Calea Services .i J line and get my prices. I here YOU
collected am to
an unconstitutional tax The anion senkaa of the PresbrIcriaa ;- Michigan Ave, DeLand. plea.. ,
J. w.
the wae the valentine MtertateBMBt By PKBJcnra, Secy.
seaaosi < and
Christian and First M. E. \Ii my efforts have been directed I
from the cotton planter; and 1908.Why. to that end.
Onband. J'Iorida.7 18th.
the-aaass of
give at Beprastalativeand c-horch: will be lead Sunday eveninir at 1s.know the wants of the
the money. should be returned .... D. F: Morriao a* Barber- 7 JO at the M.B.Church South. Rev. THE NEW ORANGE CITY \./ ried people of DeLand in g.00. arAi .

to.them. rills Friday evening with eommlaglusiof Training. Harris.will pews the sermon. Special \ by a General Hardware Store, and I have them. '

J ___ Nettle.- said bar motbsc.what maela.
charming young ladies of beady aadcaysty W
.
"fin: Rev. J. H.' Tharp: late pastor. with the galls square 4ealarafflgan .. the world are yon pounding loach Counter. Candy I

of the Baptist church .at Lake- guard of the awrosnsdhaxaelchborbood. i your doll with year fathers" slipper The W by and Frutf Stand W W. C. WATTS

,. Im'V i*. the. new editor' 'of the ., Among the; eoogesrialaa i forrBecaaas she refases to obey m*. Temperature from Feb. II to If: Opposite the Railway Station, '

attended from Ibis plane weres x,. I ...... will open on Nov. 16, where
the Dtde.r.
Witness replied
Southern Baptist : *ue'eeadt. -
,,, .".'."+!; sad Mrs. Jake Harper. Mies Margaret sot going to have the aelghbora say .I .I Quick Lunches can be hid at all :33 3 3J: 333 ?3 3 33 '::4 .
Edwards resigned.ThiTf i
)Ir. I hours of the
; Uoutgoiasry. Miss Edna Tn.mm'tmAbrotker IDS tat I spared the slipper and .p 1flt13u !I day at reasonable

,;"'. iper''',.h&. bean published :..- W. .4 air/ child.-Exchanga. d : :iI rates. _

.4 Oeala .for..,.the pact year, bat Wfcea you' rwaIiNru. gk the bet a*this n Adjoining, Mr. Wm. Kolman .

,/:-.UlJa f** .' published from place of clever,' poll**, sssaitsrlehfl- 'Presidential messages and 14-*7 'It will open bin General Plumbing The Record is'' iequipped

This is dews will Bod Judge 3 It aad 10- a Tl rain 0.. lack and Tin su
,Arcadia .. paper: ha"D&"a'.taveW' JOe Mrs.Cade's hypothetical question are both Repair 8hop, where hewill
;skuMI. '[ teziit and J. D. sad .... PMsraoa's 14-41 tY be glad to receive pat- .
: reaching the length that they your '
ohUdrea the Uailm's sad, ........ .. I 17-17 .1 at reasonable to
renege rates. All turn
deficit for the: :end- : tips
will have to be leaned out
quite a year aeriallyand 18-45 W
I polltsaeai and food behavior,......... 'I work will be done with quickness ,
6.gi I January. :1st .facing .the some little Xdwia Aadersoa sad some bound "separately for the If-BS 74 rain OJ Inch and the best of workmanship

'a committee' to meek other. *are oa the same stage. of Mtloa convenience of the reading clerk. BniJOf H. Wnrtr:. Saws Filed and Set. date ,Station

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THE VOLUSIA COUNTY Rl CORD .J,

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A Crisis and a Cr.... WRAPS Ask for ,
If You Want the BEST ORANGE
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A Bold Step. There-are two forces which CIIUHO COAS?
modern England to move-a crisis and ATLANTIC
i 7b" the well-groundd and
overoome
a cruse It Is far less uecessury to do
reasonable objection! of tho more Intelligent RA-Ijji
that Is In this
great now
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to the of medicinal
use secret compounds
.\.' ,, Dr. B. V. Pierce, of Buffalo., N. country: than It Is to do something that UHOn tU1 _'AP 1Q'rnY
Y.,some time ago decided to make a bold will attract the attention of a great =goes Everywhere=iI |

departure from the usual oonne ponued many. The circumstances might hate l
t" by the makers ot pat-op medicine for do- had a curious effect on tbe celebrated < /t/suai f" roe Z nts'a5t
-, nestlo use, .1-.so has published broad- ak t li ra /IiFo + % a t
'j of the past could tbey have delayed existing o r =yr o t g
east and T to the whole world a full until now. For Instance, Sbaku- YCi Ofd la :11tL, r + i 1 t I JortIyouth, Fast

\ and comentering 11a' of all the Ingredients spears today would probably have had 'RR1tAO 1Ya'r C./c N".c '
,'. ." licelebrated he petition his widely
f\' .e I es Thus he has taken to attempt to swim the channel to SUM- iithOde

I ,' its name srODII and patient into thin the attention of playgoers. Crom- i
.' .. bts. full ""a 'nee. Thus too he has rev well might have found It advisable to

ID I aedlclnos from among secret take trips In a "navigable Imlloou" to THROUGH PULLMAN SER I

I.. 01 doubtful merits, and mad. keep himself before tbe general public Y a : i dA o + a ..ern .
the tUt 4/ Known Composttton. d rr ,,f = n s t ,f s = ON.ALL. TRAINS .
I has sh Garrlck might have elected to descend !n r i( It 4 c ll r tla1 1e I
llv this hnM tj n Dr. TIpr ",.. f _u from the skies In a parachute to advertise v '" -- .
su "d t_cmap himself satisfactorily and It might '"


./Dr. Fleece.rly nee Golden uu Ktftfn of Dlacover-every bottle.the nave been. of necessary Devonshire for the to benutifulDuchess maintainher a i A ri d >; t 6 A a.a. p ar = -CONSULT -THE "PURPLE Fll

H fur wvak. itomacb, pld social reputation, to figure I
eels.sionally
IlverorbUlouan_and all catarrhal TdteauxM 14i(1(
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wherever loo.t<> '' JII....".... .lull and complete ll.'of all accidents thefts of Jewelry and of r d : "iE a '81w' For detailed information schedules, rates and I'I!
tIme Infrodlants oomponlnff Iti bat a small Ns (
book baa been compiled frora numerous other property fires and civil and criminal i e t q wp :; your nearest Ticket Agent, or write or call ou ,
standard medical vrorka. of all the differentocbouIe .
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of containing' pomeroas actions are of conrxe more lm|>nr-' Atlantic Coast Line R Dt'
practice very : POWE, Ticket Ageut E.
l extracte from the writings of leadlnlotltloaen tant elements In the building up end| 1 ; K. L ?

of medicine endorsing in Un maintaining of a "leputatlon" aiiiontf ,, '' :: BOYL8TON Trav Pass. Agt A. 0.L. ) !
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._""" /-">r.(emu.each and every Insrvdlant a. FRANK C.
contained la Dr. Plercvs medicines. us now than Is mere e cellonro.-Lon. I x 1" <1 I E, ail I i J**
Onaof thase little books. will be mailed.".. Z 1 M lir5 :: A. W. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent A. O. U j ,
to any one sending add.....onptmtal card 0' don Truth. II Ii d = :I 'T ,
t>T latter.to Dr. B.V; Plaice. Buffalo, N. Y- I '
semi "requesting; the aame. From. this littlebook 44344A4iABSyi44i34.4if.iA3.14AB34..tft
.. It will be laarnad that Dr. .. .-.madIcln.s |- Explosion by Muale. i II Use
contain no alcohol narcotics,mineral One of the most dangerous of nil ex Best and most economical to -
,. ....nta or other polaonoUH or Injurious aswnts I
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Is black called Iodideof
and that they are made from native. medlclal plosives a powder FLORIDA I EAST COAST Ri

d the root BK t valuable of Croat valuei fautrvdlenu also that contained some of In nitrogen. When It Is dry the ttllulit- LOOK FOR THE LABELTHE JAPANESE GIRL IN RtD.

, _Dr.noli"lees,overworked'. Favorite. PrnacrlDtlon, .rDn-ao....."for D.weak""". '". est with touch great Trill violence.often cause There It appeals to explode to ...........................,.... LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FE

years and =t'm..iJr:: were for similar ailment., long be a certain rate of vibration wh..h. For Sale by Q. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand R..S.: MALEY, Daytona No. 99! No. :53 No. 29 STATIONS.'Not' i
*. In fact one of the this compound cnnuot reslMt. In I |
:r.'i futTm'J
: val .1 plants entering Into ex'j I DsilyJDallvDsily __ Du
the compoaltlon of Dr. Pierces Vavorlta Prescription perlments to determine tbe cause I IRELAND & McCALL, New Smyrna -SUII'pm looo am 7 ou am .v...........Jaooiillla.; :...... ..Ar is
was. known to tbs Indians as8uuawweed Its._. extreme_ ._ __ explosiveness some ____. 910 OO.m S:1U.m: ..........HU Auitiiitlit-........ ..Lv Ii/
Our knowledge of the use I pm ..........Eaett'slntka.Lv ,
11 M am ,:28/ am Lv. tug
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I of not*few of our moat valuable native me4Jelnal Iodide of nitrogen was rubbed on the u - -- -- -- --- -- --- --- ---- --- ---------- -------- pm 126 .......... ..........Hotel OrmondL,.
j planta>was sained from the Indiana strings of. a buss viol It Is know 1.02 II bj pm am 186 pm pm His am L-...............urmond ..........,.!....L, g ,I
As made t \ rovd and exact pro Anyone wishing to buy 146 11 17 am Ly..... .......D.'toD..L., tm ,
aPavorit. 1114 am pm
} cnwn the* Vreacrlptlon I "l> a mootentulent ; that the strings of such nil IUHU'lImentwill 1 1.169 am 222 pm 13 oo n'a Lv...........New !Bmirna..L, 9N .
remedy -Mrulatlnv all the .. ........ ,
.'" womanly vibrate when those of a slmllu 166 am 817 pm 112: pm LT. .. IU.
functioncomcum dliDlacamenta.;as .. sell or exchange real estateor 239 am 8IG pm 200 pm Lv..Rockledge..L, l2a.
J. Instrument tension
antevenloa and Sato ... having an equal arplayed
,... ...... ._...... a38 pm Ilk,.
I .,,. overcome. painful periods, toning no \UM upon. In this case after tile .....".......... .....?.... 247 pm LT.Lv..............Melbourne.......*.... lit .
pervaa and ringlnQaMnt a perfect at.oeoJprolapHua personal property; to 9l1bcrs'ru ickElasllo"Bookcase 519 am BOO pm 450 pm .........Fort Fierce............Lv 10u.
_&10. ftrtH tr sll iWal-riln inmllnlnaai explosive bad become thoroughly dry 715am 7IG pm 65ft pm Ar.......West Palm B..cb..Lv 7. .
.. upon the strings, another bass viol was 808 706 pm Ar........Boyal Polnol.D..Lv 7. '
f brought near and the strings sounde borrow or lend, enquireof 7 726 Aara am 812: pm pm 715 pm Lv.,............Breakora. ........."., 7a,.

' At a certain: note the Iodide of nitrogen :10 1100 15 am am: 1036.pm. '1010 80 pmS am Ar.Lv...::::::::::::.mlaml..L Miami: ::::::::::.Ar,.::.:

'i I i OFFICERS AND SADDLES. the the DeLand Realty Co. 1140 am .......... '980 am Ar.,... .....Hometsd. ..,...Lv'_. .
on prepared Instrument ex and Desk combined. 400 pm .......... .......... Ar..." lrb it'a Key Doek::; ....LTexcept ....
1 ploded. It was found that the explosion SlmdavPALATKA :
' Jefferaon Davla and a Jok. He Did! occurred only when a rate of vibration (Incorporated) DeLand, Permits as much or as little BRANCH ':
Not Appreciate. of second book space as wan t e d. _
sixty a was com
,'I When Jefferson Davllt'lIa secretary niuulcated to the prepared strings. Vbrntlon Florida.T. Comprises Desk Unit with Leave EaatPalatka EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PAUl':

, of war be ordered all his generals to of the U caused few or many Book Units as __-- TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka EAST f ':
string an es-
i learn to ride horseback. No fliior horseman ploslon l while that of the E string bad E, ARNOLD desired. Roomy convenient 620 am .......No. 4. Dally....... 640 am 616am _......NaI .
I Davis lived. < attractive. Call and see era am .......No. 441 1>.111........ 840 am 900.m .....N0.1, .
than Jefferson ever ,
'n. o r<" Cbltngo Record-HeraldTiitt'sPills. II tv ...,11- f"r <-..'..10..10 HI" ,8t am .".......No M Dally........ 966 am 11 80 am ......,.11......
He won the love and hand of ZuebTaylor's Sec'y and Treas. 12 oo pra .......No. M D.1I1..1228 pm soo pm ........Nat .

daughter by his distinguished J. F. ALLEN & CO. 4 6 so t 16 pet pra: :::::::No:No., M M Dally.Dally:: :,:.:::: 485 810 pm pm Ito 940 pm pm ::::::::Nall!:

, I presence In the saddle as well as by I AGENTS 1015 vm No M Dally......., tOM pm 10.10 pra ....,..11... .
his. Intrepidity at the cannon's month.
p DELANU f'1.A. SAN MATED BRANCH 'lieWt
: 1 When secretary of war be noticed that
: only a few officers In the service were EAST PALATKA Arrrvo ;;: .AS MA'\
Palatka TO SAN MATEO Mataao Mat_ EAST.r
i capabl. horsemen a"nd Issued an order

something like this: 4 M amBK :.......No. 45 Dally....... Mam tram .......NO.U
pm .......No. C3 Dally.,...... 8411 pm 860 am .....No.HI I
"A liberal reward will be paid to any This popular remedy never falls toeffectually 11M r"n ........No. M Dill-- pm 1180 pm ........MJHo. $.
fficer or private In the army who will cure
86 Ne.2l No. 17
No. 19
MAYPORT
offer a satisfactory: device for keeping Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick .. Bun.Only. Silo. Dallrex Ay,
i I our soldiers from tailing out of their Only DallrOO BUD. BRANCH Ir! '

t saddles. Communications to tbe secretary Headache, BiliousnessAnd Now is the time to order I 100pm 1010amlOBOam; pmA SOOam Lv....JacksoDTllla.. ......At640am ,.
from 840 fin 40 Ly..P.blo Beach.L
' ALL DISEASES arising a pm 153
: of war will be regarded as confi 340 pm 10 66 am S4 pm S46am 1 Lv..Atlsnnoleash..Lrs'
dential. Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe 8ro pm: 11 loam 700 pm 900am: At..Hnv r6. : LNo. /gel.

\I Captain George Horatio Derby one natural result Is good appetite 4 Simon Pure No.1for 1 3Dolly No. 1 Oreaga City: Branch819pm NO.a I No. 4 II No. U t
of the leading army engineers of his and tolld flesh Dosesmsllclcfsnt; Dally Pally100pm_ Dally Dilly
ly sugarcoated and easy to swallow.
and <80amHOuam Lv.New5myrnsAr. SSOpm 1110. a
day. used to write humorous witty
No Substitute. too Im L,.Lake. Halaa Lv.LT. 1216 pm Sol pm t80asI .
stories over the pen name of John Take and be of next ll pm lb bait .Orange City LiAr 1305 pm 440 pm ....1}
Phoenix. He received a copy of Secretary your grove sure a large crop 4 n gem 'SOam Oven City Jt._HOP n'n ISO pm .....:....

I : Davis' order while Improvingthe winter All the b.st: groves use SIMON PURE .-'_.mad.at Miami,with......tatp.of the P. ass,

harbor of San Diego Cal., and Im Woman's Hour of Distress. "She uu look' out,but you can't lock In" FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : Nessea.Oonaeg,loB.maile mt Knlchte Ray Poelr for fey Went anfThn < )

mediately forwarded the most Intricate "One of the most distressing ezperl ." TIM TABLKS .b...the tl.....'which trelM cop
and accurate designs of his plan """ 'lIudor "*"" rive and depart from the aeveral etationa! halt their. *. ale
I for keeping officers and men In the sores for us women" announced BetUna f/PAreara.? E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla. ."' ....l> not-u.ranteed.. nor doe the Company held iUelf..">.
with a toss of her pretty head "la. QajQT eon.egernoe arising therefrom.For .'
addle. To the seat of each officer's"pants"
to be brought face to face with the PORCH"SHADESWe --
Copy of the Loral Time Card or Other lahn*
be attached bull ring and .fcu&E
a : I-IIE Tioica-yr .AGEM
another bull ring was attached to the same kind of gowns or hats as those T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla. J. D RAHNER Assistant General Pus. Agt., ST. AUOU,
we happen to be wearing. Really Ican't
are exclusive at DeLandFor L
: agents
saddle. The two bull rings were to be
think of anything more exasperating. these Porch Shades Just the thing
lashed when tbe officer mounted
together All togged out hi my new fineryI for your verandas during the hot sum '
his steed. "If that doesn't hold.
boarded a Broadway car the other mer sun. Call at our store and
I nothing will." wrote Phoenix to the .day. Can you believe It? When I sat examine.
l secretary.: Davis was furious when be J. P. ALLEN A CO.
down I UnitiI
saw opposite me a woman
I, 'k: Cot this. proposition and Immediately whose dress was of the same material USE John B. Stetson
: ordered that Captain Derby should be
and made up In much the same way aa HODGKIN'SWagon
court martlaled for "official levity.
,
mine and her hat modeled
was on
ARMOUR.FERTILIZERS ,
The secretary felt that the army had iAFFILIATED i-
mine or mine on hers-not that It made
been disgraced and wanted Derby severely I WITH THE UNIVERSITY O'CK;

: punished. One of his Intimates much difference. The horror In her Shop ..........-.-, 't
eyes reflected In my own* I suppose ,
hastened to him. "Jeff. be whispered
f > "if order a court martial for this and the smiles of everybody else-well, DeLAND FLA.Evel"'thln COLLEGE 07 LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are Idutlol S
to; you For Fruit and
I Jrjst knew how people looked. Aa Vegetable slty of Chioaizo
r-''''!!''. llttl pleasantry: of John Phoenix one : COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates admitted without SIM
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soon as I recovered from my first feelIng In
Wagons, Baggies Carts.
I' of the salt of the earth and Immensely COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOOI'-Eleotrloal Meohsnktglneerinj.
: ,
of weakness I started to leave the etc.. manufactured and repaired In my .
In the will be made
i popular army yon Field
laughingstock. Tbe people will rldl- car, but to make matters worse my ,hop in the very beet workmanship Crops.Following COLLEGE FOB TEACHERS-Five courses of stud kTeachers. }
; a vts-.a-vie having the same Intentions mown. Only first-class men employed .
col you out of office. Just laugh Itolf. got up at the same moment Thensmiles and first-class work turned out. I have PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago, HarvanL t
." Davis. took his advice.-New York tely added to my plant a Michigan Vassar
< became laughter, and we both In Volusla BUSINESS COLLEGE i
t > eea are Agents County: -Bookkeeping, Banking Short-1
\ tled.-N.w York Press Business, Law.SCHUOL .
Z. T. B1ELBY Deland Florida OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron ft a
t MR. AND MRS. DEAN. Training
r A Conservative Speech.. E. F. BARNEY PATILLO & CO. SCHOOL OF MUSIC-PIano, Organ Voice, Theory, 1 ;,
f"II There were some doubts In the community 7. DeLeon Springs/ Port Orange Teachers' Course .
II 1 '*' Trw Surprise They Gave a Roomful ef as to Homer Floyd' fitness fora A. B. PREVATT J. P. MACE, SCHOOL! or VINE ARTS-Drawing and Palnllnf! olU I

. .P' Blackguards.In position on the school board, owing Seville Lake Helen BTETdON has 4 Colleges,B Technical' 8-hooU. BulMH'
I solid oourses, strong teachers, modern 10 laborer ;
the) early part of the nineteenth equipment
to certain lapses In his early education I O. G. BOSTROM W. P. WILKINSON gymnasium,as cl...rooms,separate dormitories for both Ntnail
6 i century: Tanxhall was the resort of but his first speech In his. official apathy Ormond New Smyrna ,wood and lion shops, manual training and domtitlo M J

b many respectable persons, especially silenced the tongues of all critics. GRUBER-MORRI3:: HDW. CO. PUTNAM & FOWLER, 110.000 pipe organ, 19 pianos, debating olube, literary saoMoounes s
of those who came up from the country He listened to several recitations Oak Hill Christian associations, general library(16,000.01 ;
C v Daytona ?brrJe.no'OMd! athleUo Held running track tennis oourU, ,
to London sights. During one ,
: see with a grave and Interested air and A. T. PATILLO, HARPER & MINSHEW, field. park-like campus,hell roads cement .....k.,-* A
t. season It was Infested by a band of at the end of the) last one b8 arose to Pierson Christian (not sectarian) atmosphere, open to all deuomln"* I

rough, who made It their occupation to address the school "by request. D. F. WETHEERELL. C S. GLA WSON, leotrlo lights,electric bells concerts fraternities exhibit** I

:... Insult and molest the most quiet docent Some things are In my province as Holly Hill Hawks Park oitala, vespers, exojrslras, festivals. Attendance now h \\

people especially any whom they member of the school board and some I Jut Dnlyorall.7.,and all tile Qe""n Ume.>l" patron no mousy spared. BieucM i I'

a: guessed to be country visitors. They are not" he said, with a genial smile. r For Informaton, catalogues,bulletin.,views and Ibldtm. 1

a )., became such a nuisance that several "It'. within my province to say that 1 2 PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLS, A. M., Ph. R, t
I.. ; .- men about town among whom were never beard scholars answer up more !

,l-'''. Lord Alvanley and Keppel Craven. promptly than you children of district t1!
... laid a plot to get rid of them.
f' .J< No. 8. As to whether your answer
;,;... J They hired Mendoca. the famous were or were not correct It Is not my COLD TIRti SETTER FOX VISIBLETYPEWRITERS -1

:. .A ) 'v dean with a shovel hat and apron Can set your Tires without taking
In her bands I leave the matter.-
I IA.. Another prize tighter short wheels from vehicle. We take out no Boid Co :
: 'tfi! a man. Youth's Companion. Lumber
belts rub no paint or burn your felloee
W was dressed aa a middle aged lady
--- with a hot tire. Come and see it work J I
and passed aa the dean's wife and one I I
l i. .. and yon will never have your Tires set Will quote you prices and supply you from their orb '
evening they were seated at Vnuxtmll
hot aIa.Thanklngloo. at DeLand with best l11I"l*
./ In a conspicuous position to watch the DO YOU GET UP for HAVE cypress and yet [ \
in
your patronage
r ;:. fireworks. It was not long before the a continuance In Lumber 1 !

old fashioned countrified pair attracted WITH A LAME BACK? the future, I remain Flooring Ceiling
the) attention of the gang who assailed Tours to The DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHINES secured by the wide ,

them with every: kind of coarse serveSCOTT tIObOKINS.i0 typebar hanger and heavy typebar.COMPLETE ,
Laths
trouble Makes TOIl Shingles Etc.
Kidney Kbenble.
i raillery: and Insult all of which they ,

m'_ bore) Tory: meekly. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers VISIBLE WRITING I L All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick,Cement,eta,V* l

I At length on. of the persecutors ls stun to !know of the wonderful 4 INTERCHANGEABLE CARRIAGES anowhere In the city.

4. rowing bolder by Impunity stepped lug cures made by Cr.Kllmer'aSwampRoot. i
.n> to the dean and squirted! an orange l TABULATOR CARD WRITING ATTACHMENTLINE

II Into his eye.: On this. the dean rising II I the mat kidney. MVOT .frILLOS7RA7gp' INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON

old tn a meek, quiet tone. "Really li and bladder remedy. .- F DETACHABLE PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT
&': .gentlemen I have borne a great deal. t a It Is the pest medi"JS i e A1O EVERYOinmt. DESIRABLE: FEATURE. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & N
cal
bat I mast pat a atop to this" With teenth triumph of the nine* Every other typewriter than the Fox has SOME of these features
Of} dl,
century; ,
that Ma hat went one way and his. 1 I covered after years o* 7ers W rend. ; no other has them ALL Tbe Fox stands alone as a mechanical marvel J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and M
coat another, and. followed by his t yil sclertlflo rsssarch by 'V.b.l"t known acedh.matreaWewYlegrows in typewriter building.

I "wife." be sprang into the middle of vg Dr. Kilmer, the) end tv..y pnckniielini I liehlnd It the reputation It Is the mechanical excellence of a typewriter that proves Its DRESSED
tho party; hitting oat In all directions nest kidney and btaoV of n noose whose Mialneu standards are the worth and enables it to -stand up" as does the Fox year In and LUM
r j. nilod with astonishment and terror. doe specialist: and U hliheat lu the uaile.rrrM out under all kinds of strain. year AND ROUGH

I acme fled and some tried to show wonderfully successful In promptly curlni ItM-S ewe .....t win ke mallet.tart Advertised
It ronutln colored plmbs* BinD> statements making general claims
Mil appUianta.
light bat the handling they got from bun back, kidney. bladder', urlo add trot.bias to satin.,.nnu..iid...f'o1rt..nn..d.tan TWMM of V *tale rcuooil sad Prove the Fox by a comparison in your office at our prove nothing' DooCelllnl./ Flooring Siding,Turning Scroll Sawing/ Y{

t the prlso fighters was too severe for lornvef and kidney Brlght'a trouble.Disease,which la the worst no r yl.ntn... swdi. I.*.r..........lam.... S-xTlM tt. Write for beautiful catalog just Issued. expense. Newel Poets, Balusters, Mantels. Turned
Shedding for
1b the fracas to last long. Dr. Kilmer's D. M. ,***, a. CO., Oettox, MlolwWe Gro.ea aDd Pineries. .. Crates and Boa
Swamp-Root la not noonunended .. Contract taken bill
? All the time Lord Alvanley and his. for everything but U:you have UoVey. OWEN TYPEWRITER COMPANY for the erection of any kind of a

,hi friend, who were In the boxes, were her or bladder trouble It will be foundtuat s""W promptly-o M.ua U.B.and-Foreign '$ DELAND FtO|
!;1' calling out la delight: "Go It. Mr. the remedy: younead. It has been tasted 313 Zack Street _
I DoanI Glvo Item, Mrs. DeanP An lasso many: way In hospital work,la prhratapraclloe TAMPA FLA.

x effectual atop was thus pat to the age among the helpless oatpoor pur.ehasa PATENTSfrerpofftoa --- MALSBY'S 3j
--
oyaneo.-London Spectator.CASTOR. relief and has proved so lulg. =.. MACHINERY
every case that a apeela1 amafement keg p
;.f.fI'' been made by which all readers of this paper Long Die
who have not already tried It, may hav. a Send umdel.ak.esca or photo of Invention R

ample bottle)soot free by mall also a boot "' 1JIDVO book write aa
4. = r IA telling more)about Swamp-Root and how to 'aterlt."as. toi The Record is
superbly
find oat U you hare kidney or bladder trouble. JacksomPortable

..r p ;- "'fin i Vtar Zafk.Ua end Chlldraia When writing mention reading this generous t ant .

... r IIt Tor un AMajs 8iutbi o-ace..Co.Bm offer to this paper and to-... I equipped to turn out up-to. log and Machinery Boilers cant Sj'j


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'qtIIJar fifty e.d and _..I- a.. O.C. date Stationery. -e I. Terms WIUState

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THifi+ 'VOLUSIA: : OOU'N'T1:- R"E'

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I- 0't.' . .. .. it.. ... U,t. . . to. .. . I Fresh Studio,films and kodak applies} at New stationery at Brill's.Brill's. 9 K C,, ".,'"",'' "..'''','(.,II. ( ..wo'L'!" I 'I>' .
the Shop. New alligator goods at # '
:;: :_
Mrs. MoCann, shampooing, manicur Souvenir spoon bargains at Brill's. AiUST
> NOW
( :
ing. Phone 109o. Miss Mabel Davis is visiting at ;

Mr. O. H. Curtis was at the county Tampa
.
DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE seat from the north end the' first of the "MoBrlde s Market"' for fine outs of ; :' ):" ; ''Y ; ; ,' .

week. meats. Phone 8. Maybe t an extra pair of Trousers of '

Bargains at the Studio Bhop. A Mrs. MoCann. shampooing, manicuring.

Everything t to Eat to Wear to Use limited number of hand painted Japanese Phone lOQo, I ; \? M

Screens. Worth 93.60 for $1.611. Mrs D. B. Hargreaves returned Tuea.day the right kind would help things ,along; i ii'f

The Hayward Real Estate Agency from New York. : *
s'i often that the trousers getting"
happens, > :
the valuable
has sold to Mr. Jno. Cranor
fall line of
Hodgkins keeps n
surreysSee ?
Millinery Opening lot corner New York and Florida them before you buy the hardest V t iM(wear- ,, i 1 give i out before< f :the coat SS'

avenues Mrs. Knder IB here from Thouiasville, ,. !J{
Buy your baggies suit carriages of Qar. visiting her daughter Mrs. B. L and vest. '

Hodgklns He has a stock of all kinds Powe ,.

; 'LThursday, Friday and Saturday'] i and all guaranteed yon see what yon get, and they are farm Try our sausage home, made"McBrlde's bologna Market.and pure" A gooapai'f.r' of 'ffousers. now ill'i i ". you fi.1


Messrs. G.A. Dreka&Co. are having: I Phone S.Judge new-suit effect!:;' and you can get'' 'itvfoj very$;'

their spring millinery opening this' J. D. Beggs was here from ;

All Wool Dress Goods at 25 per cent offMen's of week the, displaying latest creations a most in millinery.Mr. beautiful. line Orlando business,the first of the week en legal little money. These,, Hart haffner & Marx ?


J. W. Smock is patting rest Tomorrow Washington's birthday Is trousers are especially good; they make up ,.

benches front of his property on the a legal holiday, and there will be no short of suit fabrics--- enough., i
Boulevard and wants tbe city authorities business done at the bank. lengths
and Boys' suits at- such benches all about tbe city. fine..: ,
... put Orange blossoms at Briefs almost for a suit --- into extra trousers; very ".
" Mr. and Mrs. D. L Thrasher of Sanford direct from tree to tbe mall. In tin '*'

: A GREAT REDUCTION/ formerly Stetson students, attended boxes at 000 postage paid. goods; all wool; made in the perfect Haft-,.
the Creation, and while in the city '
Mrs. T. C. Kreamer and brother Mr. :
; were the guests of Mrs. J. F.Welburne. Schaffner & Marx way. .ATM. '
Robert Kurtz have returned from a ,
. '*>
. Tbe Old Settlers held their annnal visit to the sister at Tampa. ;" I
. meeting out at the Aquatic Club We show something that will go' ,:,.
Ladies' Long and Short Coats, and All-Wool Skirts, grounds Wednesday, with Interesting Mr John H. Hibbard was up from can you '
Lakeland the first of the week, visiting
'exercises, and a fine basket spread at well with your coat and vest. : : : :
Mrs. Hibbard and the children

AT A GREAT SACRIFICE dinner. I have a fine piano, never used, fine
All the Chantanqua exercises up at
make, and in perfect condition which TrousersV.
the University are being very largely Try:: $5 $6 $8 ..
can be had at half price. J. A. Erlckson.
attended and enjoyed by our people as
well as the visitors stopping in the city. All the business houses of tbs city are I

There are from 800 to 1000 out every closed this morning during the Presentation -

Staple and Fancy Groceries evening.There will be a display next week of .Day exercises up at tbe University. I \ M. FOUNTAIN I

.
Indian blankets and leather goods im- Messrs. Lanman & Ackroyd will soon

bussed with oranges at Bateson's Curio begin/ work on an $8,000 residence for
i the __ --------- )JJOI(
Materia'-nd Mrs. Stanley on her lot in Hough OIOB01
The blankets. are just the thing for auto
Grain Box Wraps iI addition, north Boulevard.
Orange
Hay, lap robes or steamer rug,. Come in ----------=-
I and look them over. Two great artists will visit DeLand Cured by a Typewriter.Constant .
Announcement. I companionship with a typewriliug
week Madame Schnman-Heink
I next :
Mme. Suhumann-Belnk, the
greatest andattractive machine bus a soothing and
and Wade, the tuner. Hear the great Owing to the many Interesting
contrrlto of the present age, will slog being held In,I elevating Influence on a man. No hard
entertainments
l in concert at Del-and next Thursday singer if possible; but get Wade to tune Coming
G. A. Dreka & Co.TeN'0p7r: night, February 27th. It costs $1000( to your piano without fail .connection Week and Cbantanqna with tbe ,Home we have decided writer. Hlx nerves must be In good

II I get her, but DeLand. wants the bent A room Is being fitted up at the pub- not to hold our annual entertain- order or he will strike the wrong letters -

that is going always.Mrs. lie school for use as a library and read. and mangle up bin copy. There
wishes ment in aid of tbe Catholic Church: and Is u C-IIKO d( this kind which led to the
i ing room. Principal Keith to
J. C. Mrs. Julius
Higgins takes place
Rectory, which usually reformation of a man. He was a typewriter

t . 0 . . .. ., *.... .. ..................... .. -. .. -. .. .. ... .. f1 hF. .. Stryker, Mrs. Fannie Manson, Mrs. E. secure some good books and would appreciate -!about. this time. This ban been done in and stenographer for a law f1rm.I .
, M Tt +N 4
.. 1 1 1 1 . t* .+++ ? T T T T. T 'r'I"'O'T'" -V T E Webb and Mrs Tolar composeda anv that tbe friends of the I order to give the members of the church I lie was a good all around man, but
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.: party of Sanfordites who visited< De. school may see fit to donate. an opportunity to enjoy the excellent Uu would go on the spree occasionally.

-r rI LOCAL SYNOPSIS.: Land to attend the concert Friday Judge J. Lee McCrory, who so faith. Chautauqua program and to avoid anything Thin tbe head of tbe firm did not like

night given under the'direction ot Prof. fully and efficiently discharged the duties like clashing lu datea of enter no be thought be would teach him a
I
Morse. of the office of County Judge for tainments. We have spent within the lesson. The stenographer was a methodical .

lilt: IMPORTANT NEWS ITEM OK two terms, will ,be a candidate for reelection thousand < man, and he went on the ,
fonr
Judge Isaac A. Stewart has a. few oust two years nearly
"ttkate" at stated times In tbe year.
Look in Our Window! I He has driven and vet
\ finest always general dollars In improvements are
THE PAST WEEK. hundred boxes of the bright gr..pe.frolt non-cstholio When lie returned on one occasion his
somewhat in debt Our ) \
satisfaction, and will probably bave no
---- of the best quality and is filling bretheran have at all time been generous employer had the machine all fixed for

local' .nd Society; Itoma for the People's special orders at $3 a box f. O. b. His opposition in tbe coining primary. in their aid. Any help towards the him. II. had had tbe letters' changed

And see the genuine Alligator Leather grove Is one of the finest about DeLand, lit re. Carrie Nation, of Kansas hatchet clearing. oft the remaining debt on KO that when you struck *h," for In-
P.p.r- Brl.f Mention of Fart will be mncn appreciated. .. It would "z," and so on.
print
and is lu a choice location. He always Fame, is spending several day in De- Rectory very
Bags and Purses we are showing at very S..D bv our Keporter. has fruit if anyone has. it. Land, arriving Thursday, and i is stopping MICHAEL J. CURLEY, The stenographer come back feeling .
Rector. rut her sliuky, anyhow, and when be
f after.
the Putnam.
attractive prices. Soon many of our Mr. Cranor has let the contract for at Yesterday wrote off his first letter the result was
Toys-Studio Shop. the rebuilding of his stables to Messrs. noon she spokf at the poitoffice cornerto nppiilllng. He began to tremble. The
will North and will want to crowd and last night she The Marsh Market.If .
readers go Wade tbe tuner Orlando.Dr. Lanman & Ackroyd, contractors. They a great boss kindly went him to the Adlron-

take Souvenir to a friend; this Is an Uellette's Remedies at Allen's.Mrs. are to be only one story, but will cover spoke at the court house. She will bave you want the choicest cuts of Meato duds to brace up. The cure was com ,
a b hatchet at DeLand, for The best of ..
considerable. the no use for r eave your orders with us. plete. U never touched liquor again
ground store
McCann. shampooing, manicur more
time to secure a handsomeand she can't even find a blind tiger. Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and ns long as he lived-Brooklyn Citizen.
opportune ing. Phone lOQc. and grain department to be separate I Jhops. Sausages, Hamburg Steak
and from the stalls and Mr Sam'l D. Jordan announces this Breakfast Bacon.
the GENUINE apart carriage fresh and salted Haius,
useful one. These are Next week, next week, next week,
departments.. week his candidacy for re-election to etc Courteous attention and prompt
the next week Wade. office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, delivery.
ALLIGATOR, and the price is within Tbe Democratic Executive Committee the
Mr. H. W. Purcell was in town from position he has held for a number of Marsh Bros.
of Volnsla. county will meet at tbia a r I Iy
reach of allALLEN'S the north end Wednesday. years with credit to the county and
place on Wednesday of next week to
Prompt attention given your orders at Honor to himself, as a competent efficient
make arrangements for calling the The College Arms BarbershopIs
-------------------- "McBrlde's Market." Phone 8. and painstaking official of the
county primary in accordance with the open for town people as well as for
Com and see our new line of summer State call, and it is boped that there "people. His record in this office Is aflue guests of the hotel and is open until 10

DRUG STORE fabrics G. A. Dreka & Co. Phone 77. will be a full attendance of the members one, be has given tbe people a fine o'clock: every ulght.. Shampooing, mas-A
his administration of the office sear treatment hnlr-dreaning. etc.
service
Wherever the orange trees have of said committee. Read the for ladies hairdressing! aikCO ..iri
private parlor
Next to the Postoffice budded, there t is evidence of a full official call elsewhere in The Record. always approved the State officials, and shampoo, etc Prompt and careful at .; ,
.. bloom., be will probably. have no opposition. J. V. VAUGHAN : '
DeLand : : : : -f : Florida' Mr.Bateson had some rattles'returned tentlon. M'gr. i
Coarse Is
The ChautHuiiiua proving abig
For Sale-A couple of good working
to The Carlo this week which very "E'i
success and DO one deserves more .
In condition to J. li'e
mules. -
good Apply closely resembled; the ones taken from -- -- -- ---- -
Agents for Orange City Water credit for its success than Prof A. L.
T. Cairns.WaatedA the rattle snake skin which bangs in {
Suhrle. who has been an untiring A FEW SNAPS. '
t once an experienced" front of his store, bat when tbe party
worker for weeks looking after every
man to care for my grove Victor Dan- who foand them was questioned it developed BEFORE YOU MAKEA
detail of most of the events so far oc
bert, Wlnnemissett. that he found them about one
curred. He and Mr. and Mrs King are
- R. L. Peck and family of Sanford o'clock la the afternoon while those 149 Good R bearing
indispensable factors in tbe events No acre Real Estate purchase, I
spent several days this week the gnegtaot taken were not missing until after 0 p. transpiring. They will be at their beet orange grove, wltb 8'room '

Mrs. D H. Pardon. m. of the same day, cottage, on hammock land, $1100 1 US about it .
I 10 Julius Caesar next Tuesday night, miles from poet-ot9ce. ... I see f J
J. F. ALLEN & co. Don't forget the millinery opening, Mrs. J. W. Hamby, of Cleveland, and a great crowd will hear them. ,
Thursday Friday and Saturday of this purchased the Martin place on north They are tile principal actors in the No. 90-Ten acres land with Our long list of Proper- ;

week. G. A. Dreka and Co. Boulevard this week through the that evening. about 2 acres bearing orange '
play
balance in of
pine
grove ties and
Leading Furniture House of Volusia County If they keep on arriving at The Col- Gould Agency. This has been made a Among tile candidates announcing timber, 8* miles ont .-. ... .. .$600 many years

lege Arms as they have this week, that very fine property under Mr. Martin's for office this week Is that crippled Con- No. 124-Twenty acres land experience in Real Estate -
and will
hotel will be overflowing in a week. management, Mrs. Hamby federate' veteran. James J. Vlnzant. 8-room cottage; barn; 10
still further improve it by building anew 10 will be to Ad-
The pnbl'o school teachers of tbe who has most acceptably discharged acres under fence acres your
"DROP IN"and dwelling. Mrs Hamby has also In timber. S acres In young
Treasurer of Vo-
duties
he County
concty will hold a county convention at purchased. tbe J. W Smith /grove near as orange grove, just coming vantage .
this place next Wednesday and Thurs nsla county for several terms. "Uncle Into bearing, 2i miles from
Newest Lake Gertie. is called his ...$600
see our Jim, as he fainilliarly by post office, on shell road. -
day.A Mr Cummings, one of the executors old friends hasn't an enemy in the '
and delightful February rain fell over of the Stetson estate. Mrs. Cummings, is his friend. He No. Twenty-sevon acres Call and get a Bulletin.
in Parlor Everybody
county.
Styles VolusU. county last Wednesday, just I' of good timber, 2i miles
what the orange trees and gardens Mr John B. Stetson, Jr. and a party of III of the old school of Southern gentle from center of city .. .. ... .$600 -
fur- Friends arrived at The College Arms men tbe perfection of honesty and an let
Dining Room want. If these are not what yon want,
From Philadelphia. the first o: the week, admirable citizen, and has never had E. H. HAYWARDReal
know and we will
, The Rev. Thomas W. Swan D. D. of as your requirements
Bret visiting points down the East
since his financial condition
niture. New Brighton, Pa.,will occupy the pulpit opposition find something to suit
Estate and InsuranceNo.
Coast. TonlgDt reception will be necessitated his asking for an office.
of (be Presbvterlen church
Sunday I
given Mr. Stetson at Chandoln Hall. his
morning.Hon. Hon. Henry A DeLaud, daughter DeLandS.
A. J. Spigelemlre, a wealthy 3.9 succeeds his late father as member Miss: Helen, and grandchild Harlan De- Gould Brothers *& 37
her of the Board of Trustee of tbe Boulevard Fla.
N. Y. last
citizen of Braddock, Pa., Land arrived from Fairport, ,
Phone No. 63 DeLand Fla. accompaniedby John B Stetson
J. F. ALLEN & CO. University.
to remain with until next
:, a daughter, is spending the fourth Saturday ns
season at The College Arms. Hon John C. Jones, State Attorney, week. Mr. DeLand, tbe founder of tbe IE I

andonnces Tbe Record this week his' and most progressive city In .- .,-.- .'-- '.'..- -- .-. :::: '::::::::::::'"
Attorney Robbing and wife of Titus- prettiest ::::: :- :: :--: ::: ::::::::::::::::::--::-- :::: -
candldaoy for re-election to this office the State, is, as he always, being
ville are in the city this week to enjoy Mr. Jones was nominated. for this office royally welcomed by the DeLand people r: WE HONOR. '
j OSTEOPATHY Kentucky Day.I the D Land Chantanqaa and to viet THE MEMORY
: four years ago by over 8.000 majority, this week. We are always glad to see

!, Dr. J R Moselejw'graduate of the Owing to the "Kentucky Day" In their son who is a Stetson student. and he has been. a faithful, and efficient him among ns. He is cloning A grand CEORCE WASHINGTON'S ,1'\: I

iXtrksvllle School of Osteopathy, under Florida conflicting with the Old Settlers' Get the best pianos, tbe best organs, Incumbent dating this time. He has, "o , the founder of the Science. the besi sewing machines, the best he says, made over 300 convictions and 'and la active business ak Fairport, reestablishing the father of our great and glori-
(G\Office-The flrst floor of the CarrolltOn date of Feby. 18, and the advioe of talking machines of Erlckson. You lost about 25 cases, a commendable his fortune lost by the O rifJ one country loved for his patriot- I

Hotel, over O. A. Dreka. &"Co, '. many members. It has been decided to can get tbew too of him on easy terms. record for him to go before the peoplefor freeze in Florida of 13 years ago. They I, I.m.lld loyalty, and honored for
I ; cbangqi the oate of that meeting to
Hour.-9 to 12:30 and 1:30: to 5, or by March 12th. We hope to have' a Mr. and Mrs.. W. Alexander of a farther confidence and support. are ,the guests of Mr. and Mn. 4. D. I WI U his veracity We celebrate the' I.

pollltm.-Pho..188... -> thorough Kentucky Day of It;with the ,Chesapeake City, Md., are spending the The presentation of Hydn's Oratorla, McBride while here. I IIell W anniversary of.his birthday this

N' assistance of all friends., Everybody is balance of the winter in the city, gneitsot "The Creation" at the University Auditorium 1- I week and will try in the future,

invited: Be peotfllllt, 'J Wood.Mn. Alexander's sister Mrs. J. B. last Friday night was doubtless John B. Stetson Jr.,'Chairman of I ItIF aa in the past, to emulate him In I

M. FA CW ETT, M.D. I It A, STEWART, Pre;- L. the greatest musical concert yet givenat the Board of Trustees.' I B .tJ..a truthfulness In speaking about "
Mn. A.' Fudger came In from that place and is another brilliant the obaracter of oar groceries so,,

N*. u EM Indian Ave.Woodward's .. JACK STITH, seo. Jacksonville Monday to visit her son triumph for Prof. O. A. Morse, tbe At the regular annnal session of the r' -'t" r aa to retain the tint plaoeln the

( Photograph Gallery)" -- 1 and-daughter Mr. and M re. John W. director of the Music Department of Board of Trustees' held of the John1 B. Slot i I- .M..- t. hearts of our customers Quality II

limited Fudger and to attend the old aettlerl.Doaal Stetson. An Immense crowd heard.tbis son University, :yesterday aiter- r ;te" .ac. r...l" kept up. Prices pushed down. ,
Practice to the Bye. Ear, l meeting noon, John B. Stetson, Jr.; was elected .. .
lose and Throat Low Rates to Tampa FairThe production, and to Prof. Morse aad all chairman the board for the ensuing : WE WOULD NOT II
Hours: to to 12(except Sunday),andy Mrs A. O. Donduey of Santord was those who assisted him Is doe the creditof -. .
appointment Atlantlo Coast Line IR/\ E. will the\au'" of' the Misses Hampton producing one of the grandest concerts year TELL A LIEI!

... "- '.. -- all tlokete to the S tat*.Fair.at Tampa several ,days. and while here heard over given In tbe South --,-=-.....:._ _.... t I ,\ fE> wish to call your attention to -our Coffees and Teas.

DRISIR.' 0 eOSTEOPATH at !the rate of one {are pins as cent! pins Hayda's Oratorio, ':The Creation.,with' 0 :'Mr. Bam B. Wilson, who baa given Explained.' t ''W, .. The "Barrington Hall," steel-cut, is the best Mocha Q
60 centIncluding'admission'( to the Miss Elect Clifford soloist y
as
Voluaia county one of the most competent ; "'Every, one speaks ol.your benerolonce Java in lib. cans at 85 cents; and' is, very popular. For
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trip There are plenty of amusements goingon assessors of taxes In tbe State, announces ; madam and that yon provide M I the
_.....CJ&1f IICReoL: 01' OlJ'ROI'A1'1I1 points In the state. Tickets on sale at DeLand this week-the DeLand his candidacy !for re-election many needy ones with food.! best 25c Coffee in the city, nothing compare. with our"Niagaraonce
_. '"' dne has three daughters used. A full line of Tetley I
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> -&I.le.llt..n.- faetl.peLh.aeeb.aadpMt..f.lie.drn Chaatanqna upat -the UIII..nlt.wotentedllIow. elsewhere In The Record. Sam 1 has !'CfII;?yee ; always ,

New Terk Are. .OneeIte CHM *rfflce .. 'b"IIj1*1 Areher, Hawthorne, ., a street carnival and worked hard for yean getting the tax learning to cook at the'same'. teas. .4 l and White'Ro8 Teas iii packages and bulk. -C: ,
> Homo: 1$to U auto*.,* to II p. O EI ..v.J ttoeael l ,knd PaUtka,'r.b;' Carrie Nation speaking la town. -JI'Ilepnd..alatte ,
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books and tax rolls of the county ont of Asking for a trial, we are
m., or by appointment. Tel 200. ..e. Hi !*, J8 aa4 P Messrs. John T. Walker and W. O. the deplorable condition they I were In N X : *
line, tickets on sale Feb 8, 4. 8, 7. 10, Yours respectfully, ,
when he took this worr
Freeman were In town Tuesday from charge of office. "Dar1* enough cbartry'1naJ
Piano 'Tuning. U, 18. 14. 17. 18, 80 and 91. All \
united to return Fob. 84. Farther tickets.information DeLeon Springs, where Mr. Walker has Today they are conceded by the Tallahassee ter klver a multitude sinners," said jj Phone 79 : A. H. :WOODALILfl I 1.
N'**-w *k..W...iUtancr,-will from'aor-tallr0a4 &/reol. or a whiter borne.- His friend Is the largest authorities to DA-the best and Bn'.ner Williams, '"but tar do 'urn any ,

lB D. *.... Ordet .ant -to Mr by writing to A.-W.'. Frltot. Division. brickjnaion contractor. ,ln_Washington most accurate sent np':" to.'the State good Hereafter de Uverln' should. beflreorecf.AU L.----------
I'.win be attended to. P.wengerAgentJack.ouvllle;JTa. D.C.:; capital. .c. nU; ConatttotlOQ.--.. .4" /
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11 .....a iar..n.a.arc ca4 licit I!r.-it a.dl.na and I fiat y r_ NEW

oC -.ar Load Rae1at .zMrI Met, boc an LIItaftl n8e ac aiL JU:1f L Yrelo'fstid climate, fishing, fr .rttTng A boating facilities, magnify
tea Mate .4rher 9a.O.r.mn'I J
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Liter: raarar.OnGa..aara' fcr ;,.s fie*.f thin:tt item automobile botrlevards miles
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tart lkruh b.anan.riy.rrilr! ttlta.. r7 BBort: 2me'. the Tourist insure and
..t a.a.riia art aaat oar .rlr..leer rapid steady growth; 't'j
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I D.>tae. 3.w Tint. A city on the East Coast::: in Progressive Voiusia Count\

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sa.r Tram ole acme-va.arr..d Now Doubting its Population. 'r
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Ta S.G .e tae#:a ,..... ....ar to .sale'a.Hurlrwr I 'J.7r?: t YU'?

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....:. ::F3ZbLZi1T.: AUCTION Thursday Feb. 2. 9
.a a wrsas .a1. wars ..lull.yr a II SALE beginning at o'clock a limited II

..arr.-alt aura !IW h e.ea! the, is nod srJ.ara rnx.I I:'
a asa G.,... rill[: ore: C60eec. number of the desirable sites for
.alaac 1..rc.a .. ..s.JIe r era. -a..a..yetrar Q.aa.I. ani aye OF most : homes and business -
4.as .*> fwnr was Sine niIIa a Gray. I .
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real, _lie '.Je 4m.a;Isaqt -wa.T .elk T. UK a rn9W.riru .1 blocks will k sold at auction the
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rti ilMlrrt w-lJl. Er.t m.r.Hoar !I'" g. :e a lira. hearY .rnWrr'rs LOTS JacksonTOWN -
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ors arwat tiSCr .. | Development Company.
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asa without
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<>!9ee r. 3i tdti 1j6sr.t years a part having been disposedo
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an'.wr /lr. alt flat -OnBrIS aaFrdlfafarl.v ran L..a'I't 1 .aI.D----. -j* tease: zed p.tuna ( has been acquired for this saleIt is in the center of the city
f.. fa.raem. Ae-. tt. wrawtf Own ,
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MatteaiBTUillfy haws eqand "' .... .---.r-___ t6.L.n4 t facing the river, and on River Boulevard, with beautiful
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.......... r J -.c.-e ... ... aAL.c-"" Farr.a.9t- -! f -,_ OJ'- '. L LLT1tA:: : ,. i Palmetto Avenue ranging through it.

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ht t9rrer.Wae rLrr. ...fse_ A Residences and Business
+tr ?till ...1.1IIIo "" 'f1lllo-L Blocks.
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M .* Mahal, te f1th..n KA Lots are ;oxio, and some have a depth of goo feet.

ole Irma.. lydu II-.c. "Ad ,,.
tsar .- hair a pg.aArlan .. CASTOR IACilltdI I

-A S... ...low erg.f .a..r tail TERMS These choice
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city be
are to sold
h.f.wrs.arndr n 1 hot w an d loll[ I at auction on terms of

sus4 led L.s'L .. aWl ''' Iow
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,; ..a JIit'W! .y ........... .. OF SALE 15 per cent and the remainder in 24 equal instalments. .L

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.an4 .Tad wh r.an ...qrd Wane T,WhmtJ? .Han..Atmm 73a. t._.........___ Teas ianiaRm. ms n[.rJnw Saa'Yfte ue t.wsaee for a rats day...floe date of -

.- ... _.. J. ftk Bare fls. 141trr b.e..R ca.: .. ... .-4 tar ........ war wreaw I ipbf. Lao it i. t.M a hrrasiJtl; Wioby.itNa fit. Sew Ssrtea- ftopW a .Ze. A ball II...! icek bee. e.J .. ..

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YOUR RAILROAD FARE WILL
e4._ LM.wpf..ef-t The Kind BE PAJDGOINQ AND COMING IF YOU PURCMASE(

rlfael ar ... aura.. [ hsexA 1 rt n4y You Have .Always :Bought lie Wr & J'Oiat' ,. of boat sti.t ..d... W.
df to ttsfsOa... ._. 4_ .eoi.tai jsa sal 6e ftf..w. n
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