The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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owner and driver amendment of the rules'governing that '
James W. Perkins. Cary'b. Land. PROPOSED. Flat,00 h p-A G Vanderbilt, owner, institution, to provide fur the election 11

PERKINS & LANDIS, Entries Made to January 1st. for Paul Sartorl, driver. of the board of trnsees of that institution '

The Daytona-Ormond Races' Napier, 00 h p-A MacDonnell. by the convention. At present the ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS'r l Tobin to be Supplied from Natural
AT-LAW DeDletrlech, 00 h p-C F Thomas, I board is a self-perpetuating one,, and \
Products of Lund and Sea. January 2328. V owner and driver. I this was not regarded as .being in the ,

DeLand, Florida. entries will Hotchklss, 90 h p-Henry Fournier. 1 best interests of the school The board ,
Although not close
A proposition comes from Dr. L. B. until
Will Practice In State'and Federal Pipe 00 h p-J S Heller. ''Is to hereafter recommend new mem- ,

Courts). for Infants and Children. Bonchelle to entertain the visitors atNew have Friday next been, enough nomination Darracq, 80 h p-F A LaRoche. bers for election to the board of trusteesby ',
already made to insure the
Smyrna In the near future with AMERICAN CARS the convention.'

STEWART &> BLY, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Parrgrorlc probably the most unique banquet ever greatest automobile racing carnival Perless. (00 h p-Barney Old eld. Dr L. Halley of Stetson University
/ Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la Pleawuit. It given. in the history of the sport
.' ATTORNEY :-AT-LA W. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic So far as those sent to Senator Eord, 40 h p-Frank Kulick. was recommended all an additional -..
HiibHtance. It destroys Worms and allays FeveritthiieHH. From the ocean and river will be Winton, 80 h p--Earl Kiser. member of the State board of missionsand .

Office in Bank ,Building, DELAND. It cures l>inrrli<)ett and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething gathered 1 fish, oysters, clams, crabs, Morgan January 1, went, per Secre Pope Toledo, 00 h p-A O Webb. was unanimously elected. ,"

Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the shrimp, etc., and from the woods in tary Gillette of the A.A. A., and Secretary White, 15 h Webb-Jay.. The report of the trustees of the Stetson :

Branch office over PoetofCeDAYTONABERT The Stomach Children's and Dowels, Panacea-The, giving healthy Mother's. and Friend.natural Bleep. the vicinity of New Smyrna will be Butler, of the A. C. A., as his Columbia, 40 h p-E C Bald.' University was read and accepted.Dr. 1

FISH, taken several different kinds of game to associates are also authorized to re- Thomas Flyer 40 h p--F J Titus. L. Halley, president of the' university -

The Kind You Have Always Bought furnish meats for this banqnet. Also ceive nomination, W. K. Vanderbilt Thomas Flyer 40 h p-C S Henshaw. made an interesting talk of the .

'. ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. from the woods will be gathered fruits Jr., was first entran cet with his new Peerless, 24 h p--A E Morrl on. university, and others followed, with 4 1

Bears the Signature of and vegetables that will be convertedinto l)0.horse power Mercedes. Close to Franklin! 20 h p-W F Winchester. much praise of the institution.

Florida. the most palatable dishes.It the heels of Willie K's entry came After Dr. Hnlley's sermon 9619 'was
DeLand S & M Simplex, 75 h p-Frank Cro
Special Facilities for Examining is proposed that everything lined, in those of H. L. Bowden Barney Oldfleld ker, owner and driver. raided for the payment of a note dne of

and Perfecting Land Titles.J preparing this banquet shall be of the and Alfred Gwvnne Vanderbilt Locomobile, 00 h p-Dr. Harold E the university j

BRUMSEY natural products of Florida, and Dr. D. Mr. Bowden who scored the 15-mile Thomas, owner and driver. The Convention named Bartow aa
HALL record at Ormoud last with 00- the place for holding the' next annual
w # was at first puzzled about something to year a Christie 100 h p-Walter Christie, '
convention, in January 1906. !
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR In Use For Over 30 Years. sweeten the pies, custards, etc., until horse power Mercedes has coupledtwo owner and driver. ; i)

I be happened to think of the industrious (Ifl-horse power Mercedes enginesand White, 60 h p-Uollin White, owner
AT LAW 1"r eUUUN ee---r H u"n r te t wr tr
little bee that stores his surplus honey will set them on an inverted and driver.-Daytona Gazette-News..1.1I NATIONAL WINTER 1

Will Practice in all State and Federal --. -- .-- -- ___ __h_ __ .. in the hollow trees in the woods, so the pressed steel frame, just as Louis I I BIBLE CONVENTION.Second
Courts. problem of sweetening was solved. Mooers did in making the world's rec- LETTER FROM FLORIDA. 1

DELAND, FLORIDA "... Like A........... The object of this banquet i1 is first to ord-holding Peerless Green Dragon for Conference to be Held at 't 1
Fisher's Store. A peculiar revelation In regard' to Oldfleld.
Office over Drug bring the visitors and town people to. Barney
train tra\"elln Japan la that the of J. Halneavllle Fla. Keb 6th to 20th.
people gether for a good time and also to Barney will be on hand with the Experiences Myron Harrington ,
J L. MCCRORY of various classes, cuatomarlly polite In the Land Sunshine
demonstrate that Florida Green Dragon, and with an unbroken
i IB their Interoonrsa with' especial is
one another The city making great preparations
ATTORNEY..AT-LAW. and in their dealings with aliens lOBe ly this section is one of the most resourceful string of world's track records behind Mr. Myron J. Harrington one of our for the coming Bible Conference. The

nearly all sense of courtesy when they sections in the world.In will be looked to aa a standby to sustain I winter visitors basking in the sunshine Conference of last year was. a great

DeLand, Florida.J enter a passenger car. When I first fact, with a little knowledge of American sprint racing/ supremacy of Florida, presents the following flattering success many visitors attending from

E. ALEXANDER, rode in a first class car In Japan and the products of the country, it is not against the foreign cars and impressions of DeLand and her all parts of the country. Among the

saw several dainty Japanese women In only possible for a person to subsist drivers. people through the columns of his the
pretty silks standing while Japanesemen bere of the but Alfred Gwynett Vanderbilt has en howe the many great preachers on programare
at any season year they paper, Bennington Vermont,
: Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman (Presbyterian
-AT-LAW. remained resolutely seated I could
tered the 80-horse power Fiat. Paul Banner:
can frequently secure a bill of fare that
almost fancy I was on an elevated ); Dr. Len.G. Bronghton (Baptist),
Sartori will be its
Office In Brush Block. train In New York bound for'Harlem would tempt the most fastidious epicure pilot. Editor Banner:-Since In the "Sunny Atlanta Ga.; Dr. D. V. Owilym (Episcopalian

DeLand, Florida. -Harold Boice in Booklovers Maga- / The 00-horse power Napier, which South" we have received many letters ), New York; Dr. W. l;! Blackstone -

Will Practice in State. and Federal Ine. The proposition is heartily approvedby finished second to Rlgolly and the of inquiry, as to how we liked Florida (Methodist). Chicago: Prof. J. R.

Courts.R. Miss. AgnesWestley all who have been approached on the Gobron-Brillle in the Gallion hill- orange culture, business prospects etc. C. Brown Virginia; Dr E. L D. Pepper,

O. A. DAVIS HI. Coat .( Aral, 616 Will 9tr tMartnett subject and a meeting bas been called climb has been entered by the Naoier Believing that the many readers of the Rev. G R. Stuart
Philadelphia o.
:> "Now that you are wealthy, Mrs' O." .Wi3L g Co., of America. Arthur MacDonaldof and ;
for Tuesday night, Jan., IT, to make Banner Reformer would be interested Methodist Tennessee Dr. A. C. Dixon
( ;
.ald the man who deals In pedigree
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tbe Napier team, who drove It on in letter
definite arrangement for the bauqnvt.' a from the south I will endeavor
Boston Dr. Clarence B.
and the Ilk., "you really should begin (Baptist), ;
w DKLAND FLORIDA. to adopt a coat of arms." 816 Wells Street, Everybody la cordially invited to be that occasion is on his way acroar the to write of conditions as we find Stronse and many others

Office at residence. Indiana avenue, "I'll do Just as I please" retortedMr. MAUXKTTS, Wis., Sept.25, 1908. present at this meeting and take some ocean to pilot It. them. The railroad have granted special

next' to Court House. C. hotly. "If I like to go about In I was all run down from nervousness part in arranging fur this unique affair. Besides the entry of the 10-horse We sailed from New York on Nov. 18 rates to the Conference. Tickets on
Office Hours: 0 to 12\, \8! to 4, and 1 to 8. and overwork and had to '
resign which 04 line
steamer made the bent by Clyde steamship
'my: shirt sleeves, that ain't none o' ;your position and take rest. I The plan is original with Dr. Bou- power "Arapahoe. '' .sale Tuesdays; Thursdays and Satur-

'\\RS. VIDA Z. BAEBECKE, M. D. business! my found that I was not gaining a my chelle who is. a very close observer, and record of any American machine in days A very cheap rate for board is '
the Eagle Rock hill\ climb, Windsor T. After a most enjoyable sea voyageof .,
strength, and health as fast as I id. always looking out for the best interests offered.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. A Real Hero. could wish, and as your Wine of I of New Smyrna. White will have Webb Jay give a first three days we arrived at Jackson This Conference offers a great opportunity

"You don't believe In divorce, then 7" Carded was recommended as such a trial to the new White racer, designed ville and take passage on St. John'sRiver : to the citizens of Florida. Many
Our prediction is that It will be a
'No. sir; I've got too much eportin'blood. ,
good, medicine for the ills of our steamer "Fred'k De Bary by
Office on East New York Avenue, ." sex, I bought a bottle and began grand affair.-New Smyrna Breeze. for competition In the Vanderbilt Florida pastors attended last year and

DELAND FLORIDA. "What bus that to do( with it using it. I was satisfied with the cup race and In the track circuit next which we staamed 200 miles south up many more will attend this ;year. An

"I believe In a fight to the finish."- result from the use of the first season. St. John's river in the heart of of tropical Invitation is extended to all clergymenof
bottle,and took three more and then ANIMALS WITH HANDS. Florida. The river trip i Is some
R. A. S. MUNSON, Philadelphia Ledger. Lewis S. Ross has nominated his spec. the state by the pastors of Gaines
[) found I restored health
was good ial Stanley steamer, which scored thing to see along the banks of the river ville.
and strength and able to take up How tho KMosmroo lo Their For.f.ei .*
PHYSICIAN. A little nonsense now and then my work with renewed vigor I la m...... world's track record up to 15 miles. are Palmetto, Live Oaks tropical plants If yon desire further details as to
brings failure to a lot of men.-Chi- consider it a fine tonic and excellent Kangaroos use their bonds very; readily Frank Croker has named the 75-horse and growth all covered with hanging. entertainment, etc., write Mr. Ferdi-

Office 8ecor/LIoor: South of Fl"her'aDrug sago Record-Herald. for worn-out, nervous condition, to bold food in and to put It into power Simplex he drove in the Vanderbilt i moss intersperse; by orange groves, nand Bayer, Secretary, Gainesville

Store. and am pleased to endorse it. I their mouths. As their fore legs are so cup race, and F. A. LaRoche 1 this scene by moonlight is weired in
OFFICE: HOURS 10 to 12. a. m.; 3 to Band Liberty will not descend to a people AGNES WESTLEY, short that they have to browse In a has entered deed. Wild hyacinth Is much in evidence A History of Florida.
two Darracqs of them I
7 to 8 p. m. ; a people must raise themselves t.fj,......Whoosh noW od Soot** one There baa just been published by the
stooping position they; seem<< pleased' the HO-horse I and famishes forage for cattle,
racer recently
DeLand Florida. to liberty.-Colton. power American Book Company a very fine
--.--- Secure a 91.00 bottle of Wine of when able to secure a large bunch of bought by President Steck, ot the many cows to be seen feeding on it, a,
of the state of Florida com-
Cardui and 25c. of cabbage or other vegetable provender history
a package Florida East Coast Automobile Asaa- we steamed by, standing in water with
DR. JOHN REEVE, Thedford's Black-Draught today. and to hold It In their hands to eat. only back and head in sight piled by Caroline Mays Brevard, assisted "" .
; CASTOR I the lookIng ciation. Major C. J. S. Miller has Professor H. E. Bennntt principal
s.r..nn.- Sometimes young kangaroo We finally land at Beresford where v.'e by ,
out of Its mother's pouch, catchesone nominated a 60-horse( power Thomas ot the Florida State Normal School at
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, take carriage to DeLand, a four mile
For Infants and
Children. or two of the leaves which the old Flyer, and Fred Titus will\ probably DfeFnnlak Springs. The pupils of the
drive loaded
through now
Office In store recently occupied by (The Kind You Hays Always Bought one drops and the pair may; be seen pilot a 40-horse( power car of this make down wit!orange fruit.groves"DeLand the pnbllo schools of Florida are fortunate
Dr. Mellette. Residence 4W! West each nibbling nt the salad held In their for Harry S. Houpt, of New York, within their reach
having placed
Athens of Florida the seat of
New York Ave.DeLand hands, one so to speak, "one floor" county
Bear the which the later will enter In the stockcar
"" such splendid history of their state
Florida. Signature f l._v..vlasr tat. BC.nsrro*. I I above the other. The slow, deliberate classes. President Budlong, of Volusia county, is a lively little city a
and older will read the
In the year 177O Captain Cook sailed clasping and unclasping of a chame possessing the comforts of a city man v many people
the Eleetrlc Vehicle Co. told the
H. D. BRACEY, into Botany; bay In his ship the En I,: leon's feet look like the movements times its size. Normal population 8000) book with much profit and pleasure. ..
DR. writer that his would be
deavor. A foraging or exploring party ',which the bands of a sleep walker company represented winter 4,000. Its wide, well kept, hard, The history is a work of real merit and

Enough Said. brought back to him the news of tlio might: make were be trying; to creep in the stock rae by Colum- paved streets are shaded by hundreds of a credit to its author. Like all textbooks

DENTIST. First Passenger (promenading on the discovery: of a new and strangely form downstairs. The chameleon's are almost biaa. Bert Holcomb and Eddie evergreen water oaks. issued by the American Book

Office second McLaurlne Block. deck of a liner In nildoceuu to neroml ed auluiul. It was described as mouse ', deformed hands yet they have Bald seem likely to be their drivers.S. The town Is located on high dry roll Company, the printing first 01and

DeLaDtI story Blorlda.yOtUSIA passenger leaning disconsolately colored in hue and of the size of a a superficial resemblance to the feet B. Stephens has bought: and en- ing pine land four miles from St, John's the author baa told the story of Florida
against the rail)-Have you dined "Second greyhound. But that which struck of parrots which more than other tered Clarence Gray Dlnsmore's 00-
river, 25 miles from Daytona, and east from its. discovery by the Spaniards in
Passenger (dejectedly) -On the Cook's most Its birds use their feet for many of the "
men as singular was horse Merced which Warner
power : ,
coast free from moss and dampness. 1.113: up to the present time. The story
COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, contrary.-Harper's Weekly. movement "It sprang or leaped with purposes of a hand when feeding.To drove
in the Vanderbilt
cup race. northern have here is told in three Part 1, coveringthe
sec many; of the smaller rodents- Many wealthy men parts;
greet swiftness, by the aid of Ita long
One of the most important assets In bind limbs," while the possession of a ground squirrels, prairie doge and marmots Isaac E. Emmerson, of Baltimore, has built their winter homes. DeLand hasa period from the discovery np to its

S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, a business Is politeness.-Atclilxot strong tall was also noted. On July -bold food, usually In both paws named a 40-horse power Bollee, and fine brick court house scores of fine acquisition by the' United States; Part

Manager. Actuary. Globe. 14 a .Ir. Gore one of Cook's party Is to learn a lesson in the dexterous use George Flinn, of Pittsburg, and James brick business houses whose occupants 2, the period, from 1819 when Florida

Abstractors of Titles. shot a kangaroo, the name by; which of hands without thumbs. Nothingmore S. Breeze, of New York a ID-horse( are doing a thriving business four newspapers became. a part of the United States to
- Mercedes each.B. .
the animal was known to the natives. readily suggests the momentary power 7 white churches, ice plant fine tqe year 1904; and part 3, an account
11111 W. Indiana Ave., DeLand. Fla. impression that a pretty little monkey M. Shanley, Jr. of Newark, !has
; At their dinner ou Sunday July; 13,
artesian well water and no saloons.. of the internal improvrment of the state.A .
TO BEAUTIFY I 1770. they dined off kangaroo joint and is "a man and a brother" than when also promised to enter the world mile pure
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF he stretches out his neat little palm The excellent high school and famous copy of the book should be in every
CITY pronounced the meat to be excellent record Mercedes, the hero of last year.A. home in the state.
i YOUR COMPLEXION eating. A. early as 1711 however a fingers and thumb and with all the C. Webb will drive the 00-horse Station University afford unsurpassed

E. H. HAYWARD Dutch traveler In Australia of the movements proper to the civilized power Pope-Toledo Bennett cup can educational advantages its large brick

!N TUN PAIN, Veil: ( name of De Bruins bad captured a mode of greeting Insists on shaking didate. The Pope Motor Car Co has buildings representing an outlay of Divorcees are Denied by Clergy.

Agency of the leading Fire Insurance kangaroo which he took to Batavia 300000. Thermoueter has ranged
-- wired for entry blanks, which looks
Company of America-The Aetna. SA.TINOLA.The I, alive, so that Cook practically rediscovered I .-; like a wholesale Pope Invasion of the from 63 degrees to 68 degrees In mornIng Kansas City, Jan. 14.-The following-

No City 808, property Boulevard a Specialty.DeLand: Fla. the family; Florida beach. to 73 and 80 degrees! at midday, had been signed by every priest in

Beautifier Henry Ford has entered the light most of December. Red, white and active work in the Episcopal 'dioceseof
Unequaled AH Ume..Mrr Dlatlaietlual. ECZEMAIn yellow roseaes now in bloom.
Kansas City:
The two expressions "by and by"; and wilght track record holder, which
Do you like itt Did we bear you say, "We, the undersigned clergy in
' V. H. VOORHIS, "by: the bye" are really derived from Frank Kulllck will again drive. The I
for answer, how would you like to go of the of the divorce
view magnitude
the same original word and the words Autocar Co., and the Olds Motor .
Dentist "by" nnd "bye" have the suuio general 'I.' out in the garden and pick lettuce and evil hereby give notice that we will
works have made: entries In the run radishes ? More '.
pull we can can you
sense. But the spelling "bye" has long about class. Joe Tracey will drive a anon. not solemnize holy matrimony In any
DeLand Fla.
Gross Block, been usud in the second of these case in which either party has a husband -
40-horse power Royal, and J. S. Heller Very reept, yours
Hours:8 SO to 19\ and 1.80 to 4 phrases without any real reason for In July, .883, to break outwits! has entered or wife living who baa been divorced
head a Pope racer. MYRON. HARRINGTON.
the change. We should not speak ofa Eczema on my legs and arm., and for cause arising'after'
bye law or a bye path and yet many \began treatment with local doctors, but A dangerous aspirant for the championship DeLand, Fla, Deo., 24, 1904. I marriage any .

are careful to write "l by the bye" and did not get much relief.They said the dinesse .- will be W. Gould Brokaw's
.. had become chronic. I then quit them HO.horse Renault. Ills
-n "by the by. In "goodbye" there mightbe I power pro'Iable STATE BAPTIST
and tried various ointments and fot
( some reason! for keeping the dim! another two years, but as soon soaps as cold that Wm. Wallace who will be ab Letter to S. B. Wright. .. :

k 1 "e." since It stands for the word "ye"In ; wea.hereame I was aa bad off/ as ever, so ] sent In South America at tournament CONTENTION DeLand Fla.

tine shortened form of "God be with finally decided to let medicine alone and time, will let E. L. Hollander drive

k ye;" but where so much has beendropped for twelve or thirteen years did nothing his Vandi rbilt cup Flat in the ama- Suggested Change In Manner of Appointment Dear Sir: The way: to reckon the cost

I' the "e" Is hardly worth keeping towards curing the Eczema, except bath. teur contest of paint is to put both costs together: ;
seeds'.n especially us the old meaning la I ing. ThU seemed to do about as much of University Trustees.
't seldom recalled.-St. Nicholas. good as anything I had tried. Another notable competitor will I the cost of the paint and the cost ofuniting j

twwn N whm th.v I During the time I lost about one-half oi be Walter Christie, who has coupled The Florida Baptist State Convention it on. ,

mm thi.11M-E.rmy e..ihn A applications will remove' tan Red Hair and .....t.ok.. my hair. I began S. S. 8. doubtful of two engines, each driving direct on closed an important annual sessionat It would save this country hundreds l
sa lowness and restore the I beauty cure, because the disease had run so long, of millions of dollars it would \
IeeA ma to Ot.. .rgr.rop bt or Nobody ever beard of u red beaded the axle. a ;year;
Jacksonville last and
but discovered medicine Saturday, .
Ihea nor o th.ne doWshr.llhaeml.w. of youth soon your was
.Ns g.d An. SATIXUI.A Is a new dlscnverv man being .unstrvck Why a red head doing me good, and continued to take it. From Daytona the southern circuit much work was accomplished during Have you alone (if yon happen to.be ,'
all eDDllm.u.D. anted and money refunded H It lulls. tit should Hard"any protection from the I used seven bottles, when I was com chasers will go to Palm Beach for the the sessions. victim) several dollars a :year. .l'

14. PCP Y&CO. remove Freckles Pimples. Liver SpU, rays: of the sun or give Its owner Immunity pletely cured, not having single spot oa motor boat carnival. which will begin The committee which had been named See bow It.works.. 'It costs all much
DKMN,MIM.F leek-heeds Tens, DlsooloratI) ns and from one of the most singular my body: which before was almost com* to put-on one paint as another,' don't Ut p
on Wednesday, February 1, and con by the convention on Thursday to con tiis
Plsttgurlng Eruptions. Ordinary rain* platcly covered. P. C. NORFOLK.: '
affections that humanity Is heir to l lone 1M Yen, if nse the same number of
In 10 (1e)", the wont In iOtla. >s Alter 1017 Hackberry St., Ottnmwa, Is. tinue during the week. alder the matter of publishing the yon
of that the orations.
those mysteries even
Ibese defects are remoted the skin will
b. soft clear, In altl! y and beautiful. : doctors cannot fathom but the tactremaias The head feet and hands are usually The following cars have been en- Southern Baptist Witness presented to Well don't It 2
Price 00 cents at drug stores or by mall. I that meu with red hair can affected tered for the races: the Baptist denomination of the State 1
the the disease No twice many'gallonsof
parts : though ap you'll use as
W.prmiMIr obtain *Le..nd Foreign > of Thousands Satlnolu.of-ladles testify.- to the merits- stand almost.any amount of exertionin pears on other parts of the body. While ext FOREIGN CARS' by John B. Stetson of. Philadelphia, adulterated paint as of Devoe; sudyou've ::
or out of aoors during the hottest run applications allay the Itching and Mercedes, 00 h p-W. K. Vanderbilt reported in favor of turning the paper ,.

weather and never feel any serious results I, burning temporarily: ,it is the acids thrown Jr., owner and driver. over to a committee or a board of three, ; got to pay: twice as much for '
Isi'H. flyeu wrltc.!-Anguela.Ua. that putting it on. '',
PATENTS from it-St. Louis Ulob.Democni. off by: the blood cause the irritation
,8.r.H:>>,,>t4i I "I can truthful.) la) Ih.l end eruptions upon the skin. The acid Mercedes 90 h p-E R Thomas! own to be named by the convention after Mr N Avery, Delhi N Y, has1 two s'

Ballnoal. the only thing that ever did must be neutralised and the system cleans er, Edwin H. Hawley driver. they had been nominated by: the committee houses alike and In same condition. [
: .
model, v plea.a l.vead nor ray and era.plxloo bunds wet* covered nry good.with 'recklc My h" e Loral to hmr epoai Ili POT frcs book, I usid two packages of ailnoln.' )hIt cure is permanent and driver. nomination had rendered its '"
: "Wuren't you slightly annoyed; by on ions Painted' the other boose with a J.
: .ana EAR S "m )pin Inn li now .. wblle unit soft aa the In which wife 8.S. Iran. Mercedes, 90 h p-S B Stevens, own- the committee recommended
manner your played: entire report 7.
that halfadnlteratioo
trat, i>f n bob". r tcsnnot recommendBallrolHJoo teed free paint was) II galgoos. -
blljbl) ," when she wns your partner at-whlst?" of Potash, Arsenic er driver. I that for the first year Prof. A. A. lib,- Same painter.Oeo.,Gilbert, did ;:

'NATIONAL TOILET co., "No" answered Mr. Meekton stoutly bUD101'llsand and other miner. Mercedes, 00 h p-B M Shanley, Jr., pbree, B. B. Tatum and E. O. Painter both job. One cost W7; the other $54. \tl
I ; "I wasn't nnnoyod. I was pusd.-d., Sed S ,ale Book on the owner and driver. be named aa the publication board.' Better go by the ; ..
PA BIS 14NIl.Sold name .
,_ I couldn't help woiiclerlug'who"mad.o 1- akin and its dlseasss ,
Mercedes, DO h p-Juuius L Brecse, : STETSON CNIVBB8ITY.The "
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InTieland ALLEN that fool.' a-.tloD' about its' being .
by W.A. & CO. '
owner and driver. of the committee 9te1son
Medical advice on
..0-ill iesdIS "+ wrong to trump your partner'sace.."- W !>nO. .. CO
iJ.'iii.\i.I.. Washington Star.. famished free. Mercedes, 60 h p James L Barry, University rendered lengthy re- .New ..YorkQ

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VULliSIA( COUNTY RECORD: The strawberry growers will be ALL OVER THE COUNTY P Orange City.On Seville to DeLanit. and from 1 : ; ; .l... : : ::1t1 ;qr!",
Daytona. Give ni another perf .'
soon sending this luscious fruitto \\ftj
from Ormond to Oak Hill. For '
I'. themarket by the car load. TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Tuesday there went seven nov r reasons Volnsia county is one r1 I t

Entered I in the PMtoffloe at DeLand FU.S The grower makes about $2,000per THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS arrivals at the prange City Hotel very beet in the State and no \
..waond 01'tel'.. Mrs Strong is having a new veranda a thing will add as ninchlo her ,
acre in this industry. CORRESPONDENTS. put on her house on University Ave. and prosperity as good ,oad .

j. EpFKEVATT. Editor Proprietor S The President is after curbing Pierson.Master --. Morse's The 0 last O Whist Monday Club p m,met with at a Mri full:; other roads means we let way must the to county have get them be and bonded.If then *f ii

-. S the greed of the corporations, house. --- '

Both Pensacola and Key West S and in his contention he will have Axel) HaRstrom terminntiui a I ,The promenading ladies were our all streets out on, as Tuesday the Ural Tm Lake Helen.Mr jg t

r are to have wireless stations. the hearty support of the demo. pleasant outing DeLnnd Sunday last. warm day for a week.
.. Good water is a result of a 80 foot: street lamp Robert hog
There has been a new Hyman bought
cratic members of Oongress. deep pipe and pump put down by Mr. of Volnsia Ave fins horse \iiJL
c placed at the 'corner new
The West Coast of the State i is Frank Carlile on )his Looney place lust i
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near the hotel entr..nue.Mrs A party of three ladles from ?
getting more tourists this winter Four billions and nine hundred week. Butler anl Mrs Loses came last S York have joins at Mrg Buttorf's. S

t than fot any previous season. millions of dollars is the estimated Capt. R. H. Ashley erected a new log week and are stopping at Mr St John Mr E W Bond Is enjoying a i I .
dock at this place last week prepare Mrs Butler l Is quite sick with a cold. trip to Cuba with a party from
value of American farm tory to shipping to the Bond Glen wood
pro Mr and Mrs Markham arrived here
We venture to that the, Mm Adams and her grandson
say ducts during the year just ended. sawmill. from the North a week or ten dryg ago. Iowa are pleasantly located at Dr 5
present crop of oranges wilJbring' Without doubt the handsomest and are living in their pretty place on cock'il.MI" .
into Volusia, The figures are given out by the couple seen in onr little city latelywas Oak Ave. ljj
over 1150,000. Produce Exchange of Boston. ]Is Mr. Ed Parrot and his best girl Mrs J H Barron, was here last week Swerdflgner and bride of
rived, and will the '
county., with the two-horse rig Snnlay after 1 her adopted son. Mrs occupy U; :;
accompanied by
it to be wondered at that the noon. liarron wag for many years a resident house jnst north of town. jjli

t'' Oolorada is determined to have country is prosperous? The typographical error in my IB8tweek' of this plnce.There Invitations are out for a dance ',
new pavilion at Cassadaga; on
item read. l. "the visit of Miss ,
will be asocial entertainment
but one governor though it would Furen of the McGlonn school to this night. Mnsio by Buahnell'g I
.t Library Hall thU evening Wedneg Ik
A tomato
i take at least two to keep peacein big canning factoryis place," when it should have read Miss day, for the beneBt of the Christian Mrs Starkweather and her '''I' ..
to be established down on the Turner. I Endeavor Society.Mr mother reached here Saturday k.f
the state. and will have rooms in the '
East Ooast, and may it be a success Mr and Mrs A M Yarbrough and Kolman has rented the old Coulter House. '
children, of New Smyrna arrived here tore, which was recently purchased by
The people of Volusia county and the promoters make the Monday. and Mr Henry Gunter departed Mr Varney, and opened a tin shop Dr Webster has built a small

want good hard roads and are S enterprise pay. handsomely. ]It ternoon.for Volnaia county seat Monday af where he is prepared to do all kinds of just this until north he of the can lake.build Thev a large will
willing to bond the county to, will work up the surplus of the which he expects to do soon. .
; Mrs W H North of Rice Creek pre. The Fenwick House has the following!
!' get the money to do the work. tomato crops of that section sented her husband with a 6-pound boyon names registered: J B Ames and wife. Mrs Warner has returned from :; : :; ::; : : :;; :;; : .: .: .: .: .: :: .: .
or take them oft the January 8th. Will is very proud of Jristol, Ct; A A Pattengitt wife. N short trip to Cincinnati and glad ; ; ; :
every year, his addition. Mrs Mary'Powell of this Y; Mr and Mrs Jos :M Speer Pittsburg. I home, the mercury hovering
The fishing business in Eng-S growers hands when the market place is again grandmother.Here Pa; L T Allen Fla. zero the morning .she started '

land will improve now that it i is I is too low to ship. are our Sunday visitors: Contractor At The Trues there Is quite crowd.. Florida.! S
Shepherd Hughes of DeLand New arrivals are Mr and Mrs Franks The dance at Hopkins Hall last
announced that. Admiral
Kojesl Mr and Mrs Hiram Ashley and Mrs I and Miss Franks Mr Bildtbart and Mrs was a pleasant affair. The music
t ,vensky will not return to Europe. The treatment of Russian Josephine Landlr and children of Lake Miller, Mrs Porter and two children 1 good a violinist from Boston,
prisoners by the Japanese proves Helen, Capt John Horn, of Alco. There was music .and games on Tuesday ,ilano and guitar accompaniment
Pierson's efficient deputy sheriff, J G evening at The Trues for the enjoyment greatly enjoyed by all
All the East Ooast will be them to be a civilized nation of / Mr Mace has just finished
Cede< made triP to Hastings and St of all,
taxed to its utmost! capacity to the highest order. The prisoners Augustine left week on the lookout for Mrs St John's house is so full that choice another varieties.ten acre This peach makes orchard

take, care ,' of the< big crowds of are treated exceedingly; kindly, our some neighborhood turpentine negro and other d'serters sections from Twin Oaks has to be brought into acres and shown that he thinks : : \ I
tourists going to--ihat requisition tor rooms accommodate trees a good investment. I
section of and every consideration is given Joseph Powell and Henry Pnrrott ac. the guests. The gallant Master Snider -I
Miss Melza Richards and Mr
$ 'the State. them due from one civilized companied by Mr Neal Powell, of West is in evidence as one of the guests at married
'eirann, had business at the county seat East Lawn Mr Dieffenbach says that tarnegan were on
nation to another. In her kind last week The matrimonial bee mustbe if they keep coming there will have to morning at the home of the bride.
The fish industry of Florid 1s! bride looked charming, all
; as
in addition
buzzing MnlliganGnard'sear.The he the
treatment of prisoners Japan !some! a twenty room put on
to' be immense hotel After congratulations, best wishes
getting and the sets an example that other pleasant. estimable wife of CaptR refreshments,' they took the noon
business thousands H Ashley accompanied by her J Trescott Leach gives a Dramatic
brings many bright for their future nome at Lake Mary.
nations could well follow to their little grand daughter little Miss Flossie, Recital at Library Hall on Wednesday
: of dollars to those engaged in the honor and glory. pent several days vacation with relaive night, Jan, 2 th. It will no doubt be ---

: business. I at their former Palatka home returning worth attending, as Mr Leach ia well W. '-. T. U.
I recommended as always pleasing his
/ Thursday.
The two Tallahassee auditors. The entertainment should be At the last regular meeting of
The advice offered to the papers, Honest industrious Nels Pierson took well patronized by all our people. Do DeLand W. C. T. U. the State

South to ''raisemore : the Tallahassean and Capital, a wagon load( of produce chickens, eggs, not forget the day Wednesday evening, dent. Miss Neal, continued her '
some years ago have been merged and a stock etc., to Daytona last week, returningwith Jan 25th, at 8 o'clock.Mr of the National Convention held in
: cotton and less hell" seems a heavy load of paxsengers/ Mrs adelphia in November It was .
i. to have company of $50,000 has formedto Herson his better three-fourths, looked Murphy, who has been occupying plete and interesting in a high ) 4,
been tried
without the Knox cottage with his wife this
,. and A
after the business beautifully given.
visible do a general printing business.The winter died from tuberculosis on .
success. point brought out In the report, is
name of the Tallahasseean The experienced. enterprising Capt A Wednesday evening of last week fact that brains and wealth are
T1 'F Lovering, the traveling representative Funeral on Thursday morning. The
work in the
;t Orange growers who yet have, has been discontinued, the daily of the Jacksonville Times-Union. body was embalmed and prepared for women. greatest organization :: I

was In this.place last week transacting shipment to the Northern home by J F
continued. Now the
oranges to ship, will get good Capital new The Union, of whom present
bu lneea. He was the guest of our leading Allen & Co Undertakers of DeLand. I
'I;. prices for them, as the market is I corporation should take tire trucker .and celery grower Capt Mrs Murphy departed North the following visitors of other states, declared .
Nears report was the best ever
now in good condition and the press dispatches, and give the Peter Pierson day on her sad mission. a delegate A hearty vote of thanks
That popular depot agent Albin Hag- Mr Wm Schurtz, who was here last tendered Miss Neal the !ladles
that will be bv
prices are advancing week. capital city a daily a
every strom's vacation having expired, his winter, is here and l is staving at the St Land has been the home of two of
i credit not to that but John's. The Misses Anders, Mr and
only place smiling face is no longer seen on our Slate Presidents, end our local ;
). Secretary Hay has petitioned to the State. streets. He bat accepted a position as Mm Snider and Miss Snider are guests quietly promoting much good.
Congress to create depot agent at Gardener and left Friday. of Mrs St John The following peopleare inly let the Union has given
a new Diplomatic to take charge and make his home in guests of the Orange City Hotel: to the Public School fund

post in :Morocco. A surprising State Treasurer Knot has made Desoto county. Miss Hartnett of Chicago, M W Smith. literature, promoted legislation
0; Mr and Mrs I S Sharp; Phila; A T helped the
I number of statesmen out up his treasury statement for the Mrs. Bishop, the estimable wife of Levering, Tlme -Uolon, J N Brown C Onr President's poor. earnest words

t of a job think such a bill should 1904 and the has been Capt J J Bishop, of Bakersburg, having H Field and wife, Louise and Isabel Times-Union of recent date,
year same been a sufferer with illness for sometime Field Greenfield Mass; I M Jackson, cause all thu Unions in the state to
& pass. published. It shows the total past, is now np' She was carefully Jane Lew W Va; T Boantinghain; N J; for more and better work.
., nursed by her experienced friend, \V H Skellman, Phila, A G Howe. Ind;
Japan and Russia are proving revenue of the state including; Miss Margaret Hill Now Miss Margaret John A McRaa Jax; S P Bay, Rochester ---------- --

N the. balance on hand Jan. 1st, Is sick and Mrs Bishop went to DeLand N Y; Geo A Redman. Rochester, N M PER CENT. ,
the truth of George Fliots say I to nurse her back to health. Y: Dr A G Sinclair, Memphis Tenn. A

ings, that "having to meet a 1904 to be $008,844.88, and the i These four Iwiwltahlncr hannMan I |IJ In Price of Grafted

t man '-whom) you dislike is not total disbursements $615,789.80, Misses Mary Harper- TWeet e"i-S ';:, Port Orange. W : \ r'1

{ observed always to end in mutual leaving a balance on hand Jan. Jonnie Thompson of Astor, Ada. Hockey Ipecan i I

; attachment." 1st, 1005, of $293,054.58. This and, were Margaret Montgomery with Piernon of Emporia -, The Port Orange House now has All Standard Varltiew Order I I I
; shopping
about stock la exhausted Send for price I
shows a gain of amount on hand merchants Thursday, Miss Hockley thirtyiguesta

,General Gilchrist, the states Jan. 1st, 1905, over the amounton drew the reins handsome coming and returning; ,S then Just watch say "Hallo"him smile.at Dan Dupont, and Bear's Pecan Nursies, Palata, I
over the iron
:, man from DeSoto, says he will be hand Jan. 1st, 1004, of $23S80.00 : ,- horse of Air' Floyd P Felt and Miss I Dr DnBoIs was a visitor to Daytona _no __ !

S elected Speaker of the next which is pretty, good for Harper managed the B B Minshew on Thursday evening of last week. \.
arry-all. Rev C W Rush will preach at the
: Bouse of Representative, and one year's business.A Methodist church next Sunday morning.C .
Major Brachvogel,
a prominent,
:: some of his friends are grooming; wealthy manufacturer and dealer in C Haven was busy last week setting John B. Welch I

S him to be. Florida's next Gov company is preparing to putout general merchandise of Chicago, Ill up an engine in Mr Willrnarth'a houseS
1// :\ 400-acre accompanied by his charming bride often S
ernor. a grapefruit grove months, arrived to this place Mon. boat.No wedding bells this week but the Orange City, Florida, : : : : : : : : : : : : : "

\ S down in Manatee- county. The day to !spend! H couple of months. rope is not broken and they will ring I'

:'i Thirty seven years ,of experience growing of this fruit, in opinionof Major Brachvogel and wife are jnst returning again. .
from a three months' trip S Mr W L McDanlel Is to
not alone in but in arranging
i many, is being; overdone in broadto England; and big former child- move bis family Into town at an early Fancy and Staple
t the, grave disasters during peace Florida' ; that the production will' hood home in Germany. His lovely t
wife resided at this place when girl, date.Miss
a ;
have made the Red Cross organization i. exceed the demand. The Carline McDaniel spent last
grapefruit laving spent a couple of winters here a Tobacco .
ili of Russia the tee with week with her brother's family at Cigars
most complete is grown largely on accountof years past the family of Mr Blake. styn
G Park She is
the Kinney. of a sweet disposition
.i world. During the its fine flavor and medicinal of an attractive personality Too many of our people have been ?

'j .war contributions to the society properties. The demand for it and possesses all the charms and ac1ompllahments sick mention with colds and grippe recently to DI1Y ( g :;
that with names.
have go; a bright lOODS
; reached the of
; sum $5,000- ;
000. .is rapidly increasing, and it will 'western young lady. They will welcome Miss Annie Patillo from Coronado,
..;< always sell in the markets, but Rod can be found at home to their spent Saturday and Sunday with the !
friends at the pleasant, roomy comfortable family of J L Pattillo.
S The much advertised Orafts the demand for it can not keepup boarding house of Mr and Mrs Several crews are now at work on the Shoes, Hats, Etc. ,

< family is. still engaged; in collecting with its immense production. Nels Before Pierson.returning south to their Volusia Western avenue.home new automobile l is being made.road and rapid progress .

they will Visit old historic !St: Augustine
.f ( money to'rescue the
Mr and Mrs Harry Sargent/ also ;
and other of
Rodman places interest the
Wanamaker of along
; oriental from the opium evil. Philadelphia East Coast Alfred McDaniel, all of Oak: Hill were btat'alld Freshest

S Statistics collected son of John Wanamaker, visitors here last veekj J The I constantly on band.an t t
carefully is' Miss Jonney Thompson has returned Mr W P Robertson, of Mxdlson Ga all first class
now said to be the most heavily -
; show that the consumption of to her Astor home after a most delight- spent two days of last week with his for your table.
S opium in this insured man in America. A ful outing of several days as a welcome niece, Mrs J L Pattillo.J .
country is nearly guest of Mrs Jake Harper of this place
twice as great per inhabitant as few days ago lie placed $1,200,000 and Miss Mary Harper of West Pierson. next L Sunday Pattillo where will he go will to New hold servicesin Smyrna t; !t tg

in Asia. extra insurance on his life. At Miss Thompson won a warm place Inthe Country Produce Bought.Orders
hearts of all folk old and the Union church at 11 o'clock.
young. g :;
I T that time he carried $3,200,000of She was a lovely andvery popular Mr Wilcox,' Miss DnBois. and Mrs

S. ,& The government report has received insurance, so that if he were visitor and was the recipient of many Pattillo, were guests of Mrs Fozzard on receive careful ,
social attentions during hersojourn here. a shopping tour to Daytona. Thursdayof
another black Pres to: die shortly his demise would last. week. and delivery prompt. You !
eye. She attended the last Friday evening Hud 1 prices as low as the lowest. ; :; :; : : : : : : :; : : : :
ident'' Roosevelt advised its extermination. cost the insurance companies hop at the spacious Robinson Hall in Miss Bessie 'Wheeler had charge of my
Seville in company with the following the primary department at school a
S Now the "Up to 4400000. But he is in rugged young lady friends: Miss Ada Hockleyand part of this week, while Miss Milburn

: date Farmer" very sensibly says health and expects to see all of Miss Margaret Montgomery of was absent on accent of sickness. Give Me a Call.

,. that the Agricultural reports on his policies mature upon the Pierson Emporia, ,Mrs Miss Jake Mary Harper Harper of this of place West, went Rev here Arnold last Oiled Sunday his afternoon.regular appoint.Sun i !

; S; the cotton situation have done completion of the twenty-year and then came this quad of handsome, day school was also held with a goodly;

more to upset the market than period> for which they have been courteous brought np' the young rear in gentlemen good shape:who J L number Sunday.present. Let others come next

S. : all existing conditions. written. George Bailey, L Jake Harper Harper, Richard Dr McGuire J W Felt of, The mnsio at the Methodist church John B. Welch

last the best for
Putnam Sunday morning was along
county Harry Harper
Jacksonville isa'! great In Bradshaw and time Services are now held at
con- our. county department our Henry Parrott. These
'vention city. ''There'were several Port Orange nlligan guards. can easily qualify for this church every Sunday and you are J
Invited attend
S4 ; correspondent lint prize ; there l last week,and this weekS strikes; the correct key in the line of lassoing good time and mn lo. Hello! Daytona. Hello! Ormond. Send n u !

the Grand ,Lodge ,of Masons, the matter of putting down good All that was mortal of a sweet babe us wire your The messages new phone, and line send from them hereto by TH Sra iS { .

Good Roads" Convention, and hard roads in Volusia county. Is laid to rest. Last Saturday just as Daytona was. working for the first zsrvvtprq ;: )
S the clock was striking one the sweet, time of last week.
others ,will
S .,,,'said that there; vyill-be 500 delegate for Volusia and her people if a angel called and saddened the Carrow ate delighted to know of her
quiet happy home of !Squire:! James End !
S ". ; ,there.this. week attending systemnof'good roads was made Mrs Cede In West Plersou by taking exceeding popularity as the teacher of
Jreek. Miss
the school at
public Spruce
: :'the different conventions.S throughout the county. The The away little their one little was four not months'known old to babe.be at :Minnie deserves all the good thing? that j

eople generally appreciate this, all 1 dangerous until a few days previous are being said t about bar
,President. Roosvelt':is a puzzle realize the to its death. Despite all that loving The county,commissioners or someone
great to be
advantage land* and hoarta could do and also else, ought to<< take some step to stop
",tothe'repiiflcshs: .. themselves. gained; the great convenience, very possible effort of a skillful physi- the rapid. and dangerous speed of some
? ;Wa1l -Street and,the great .corPorations the fine advertisement for den,. Dr George Kerr God saw fit to of the automobiles coming this way., It
the take the dear little babe home to !18 now unsafe for children to be on the
4 are afraid 'of him IfS county. The Record believes leaven. The remains were laid to Its street.Tb. speed at which sonic of these
the President t:; succeeds"' in"carry-: tJiat the want such I blat> sleep in the Lutheran cemetery on machines ,paw vehicle on the road is \- "' ...r.b
people. roads .
oflengreen avenue Sunday afternoon. dangerous, and oat of all reason.
;'S ., '.p. $ng o1 'Cr., ia'.recently'expressed, fwe_ have to bond for them, and :\11' J Q Cade read a simple service at something be doue, or the individualwill The Lightest Touch
i,policies,with..l'tfereoce to curbing he grave. W B Cade and a large concourse have to move in.>his. own,defense.
bonding to be
seems the only of people followed with a very The writer of this ia most heartily in will produce lQ d''on' the Hobart
W the greed of the corporations remedy by which we can get the beautiful funeral hymn. We know the favor of automobiles;,.and automobile Jable Piano. The mechanical parts S

: <**/If'Jite..fU$ b '. 'gre.ter."bialt in the funds to do the work. Good IIttlll one is resting in the loving arms roads, bat cartful men, ondV not i hair- absolutely perfect You can depend
;::%r '. rOll.dswould of Jeans, where all In. peace and) love. It, brain fools'should drive the. macbin... hem to perform their part of the : S
;(_ifmation the American peopt enhance th&, value' fall eemi quite sad dear parents give up Let something b 'done.t > / I under all olrcnmstanoos and in all

: thaii! f h fi, J(:'eyen at' present property in the county bring oar little on., but jnst look' forWard Lei the agitation of Chit. "good roads' mates.. Changes of temperature
brighterday when I
S" OB you may grasp question go OB? Give. ns good roads I other wether comtltinn have no
tit recent expression's about the nuch1';new capital in,. that the the little hand of th. angel never to and more of th tn.Bvery mile ol hard on the atrln ... Nothing can spoil
il' "; I' eeMoflsw. to, "better 000- Increased taxes would lie'er be part again. Our Father in hla wisdom road' built ad",""*n1n. to *v ry acre of ,rich mellow lone ,It..hi a Piano
uncalled. the blossom home that you land within'-trt.'ibonn! :: troi iarporatlonsar'lauded;' by felt. It would be a small'amount both cherished. and, though on earth she aiid'thevincyseS.eale, ''.of property

7"'S //VriUfera.... Jennings:B l&ni "''.,., \ {-.for! each tax, payer. heaven body lira the soul U safe with Christ in I odd the beet very S road little that to your can taxes.be built GIVe from ns J. .A.v iH ERICKSON.B Bloc, I ,; :

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS.I'I 50 New Varieties of 'Florida Souvenir: I Brill has-a fine lot f new' Alligator t '

postal cards at Brill's. Goods and other Florida Curios.

IMPORTANT HEWS 1TKMM OF I i guaranteed Garden Seeds, at Fisher's.of all Undo, Fresh and. FOR W.SALE-Two M. Beet DeLand good mules Fla. Ap'plo .! FOUNTAIN'S Clothing, Furnishing and Shoe Stose. }

Prof and Mrs J Willis We take Roses and Violet at Rosocroft, West
I were
THE PAST WEEK.: I Rich Ave, Defend Fla. l-Sl-8m td ;
In town from Lake Helen Tuesday. -
;: Walk Overs
J G. A.Dreka & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of Indiana Mr. Stetson has bad shipped to De- m
Local and SMlvty Items far *... f'oplv's i Land his fine automobile coming car.
rooms at Rosecrof,. West Rich Ave. &
Paper- BrUt Mention: of Paste M! Mrs. E.T. Gross was the hostess for "
a... by our Reporter. I E. H. Hayward invites attention to the Uranford' Club meeting Wednesday New Line 190*'
peach trees of his new variety the afternoon. ".

Jit. are now displaying a beautifulline W. S. Taylor, Denitst. "RivaL" Miss Nell Stackhonsa is spending the Oxfords in ,
Mr. George P. Colby, the Inspirational week at Osteen with her sister Mrs. E. ..
tit of LADIES SHOES which Watermelon seeds at Fisher's.Dr. speaker, was at the county seat from R. Conrad. Black and ;,

r they urge you to examine. Mellette'i Remedies at Allen's. Lake Helen the first of the week. G. A. Dreka& Co. call your attentionto RussetBest

Fresh line Garden Seeds at Fl her'lI. Sheriff Turner has appointed twenty their new announcement in their

tit. Men's Clothingof New up-to-date Stationery kt Brill's. special deputy Sheriffs to patrol the space on this page this week.

Maj. Kingman was an Orange City I I Ormond-Daytona beach dnrinat the automobile Mr. Frank G. Pabor bookkeeper at ,4
the very latest values is now visitor to DeLand Tuesday races next week.E. Painter's Printing Co.. paid Plant Citya Ladles Shoes
business trip the first of the week. *
being exhibited. Call and examine Jndge Jones has been holding court H. Hayward has the finest stock of Frank
Cannon here d
; was first of BestChidleren
at Miami the past two weeks. Peach trees ever brought to DeLand, .
these suits. the week from Jacksonville visiting
i among which is his new Rival. Now Is friends! and viewing the of his
Mr. R. O. Breland was at the county the time to bny. 1-14-2t. childhood.Mr. scenes Shoes at I
Beautiful line of seat from the north end Monday.Mr. .
Choice oranges tangerines or grapefruit W. A. Hammerly, who recently .
:I SPRING DRESS GOODSon .John Cox: :, of Somerville, New nicely pecked for shipment Northto resided at DeLand removing to Hot i FOUNTAIN'S'
Jersey is visiting his slater Mrs. M. E. friends. The finest fruit. Apply to Springs. Ark., year before last died at Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe Store. '7

sale Ask them. C. Ten Eyok. T. E. Arnold DeLand. Phone 92, two that place last week 1
now. to see S. D. Fntvh from Middle Florida, tsl7G 0OL "i)1) 11 om i
Tbere will be a big crowd at the rings. -- --------- -
Down Comforts and np has bought the lot west of the Christian
a University Auditorium tonight Friday Mr. James Vlnzant, student at the church parsonage, and is having the -

splendid line of Blankets now to hear Dr. Hnlley's lecture University of Florida, came home the foundation laid for a nice home. The larger. boiler that furnishes the I The DeLnnd people are subscribing
steam for the E. O. Painter
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oil' fiat of the week and will remain --- Printing generously to a subscription paper, the
and sick
in stock. Mr. Conn Co. !gave' ont last week, and the broken
It. Late Arrivals at The College Arms. purpose of which is to raise funds for ,
Hand, of Ohio are comfortably domicil. with his parente'nntU he recovers his The following have arrived at The part baa been sent to Jacksonville to be I pine Btrawlng the sandy and soft place ,

ed at "Bcsecroft", West Rich Ave. health. College Arms the past few days most of repaired. A smaller boiler has been in on the DeLand-Daytona load work
GROCERIESHave use this week but about half of the will begin at once, and it is hoped will
i The
whom have for the
sendingthe engaged
Mrs. Edmond Ocnmpangh and orange growers are yet rooms season is
force oil until the regular is
power be completed In a couple of weeks.
Mr and Mrs Wm Dnryea, A J
daughter of New York, are spending! fruit to market. The orange, the had again.
Spegelmlre, Miss Elanor Spegelmire,,
Have tried the Ferris i their second season at The College grapefruit and tangerine are selling --- --- I
you Mr and Mrs E Z Collings Miss L F Col- Mi'rSh's SPECIAL NOTICE "
fit. Hams and Bacon sale at Arms. now at good prices in the Northern (lings. Mr F T Colllngn.\ Mrs H H Han- Meat Market: .
on merket. kins, Mr and Mrs C H Chapman, Goo E The very best Western and Florida The next visit of $
If. Dreka's? The midwinter term of Miss Tanner'sdancing Messrs S B Wright, Scoot Hodgkin Terry and wife, G D Deavltt and wife. meats can always be bad .at the Marsh DR. E. T. ALLEN OP TAMPA.THE .
school began last Friday night. Mr and Mrs Geo A Knowls, Mr Edmond Market The choicest Rosts, Steaks. .
and Dr. MacDiarmid the Masonic
Everything that is good to The class meets. every Tuesday and were Ocompangh, Miss E Ocompangh, Mr Chops, Beef, Mutton and Pork. Sausage, '
Friday evenings. delegation from St Job.. Lodge of and Mrs E W Timpson, Mr and Mrs etc. The standard packed meats on '
It. eat can be had, by calling at this place attending the Grand Lodge at Wm H Hoffman and two children Mr band. Try Marsh's Market and get the Eye, Ear, lose and Throat Surgeon,
Dreka's Miss Bernice Alfred, a student at the Jacksonville this week. and Mrs A H Smith, Miss Elsye Wes. best for your borne. to DeLand. will be
Grocery Department. University is quite ill at Mr. W. A. terman, Mrs Westerman and child. Mr MARSH BROTHERS. Saturday, Jan. 21
Messrs. J. H. Wood and Elliott Dn-
Leave order for straw- Allen's. Her mother arrived from In- A J Jett. wife and child Fred G
your gUe Thursday night. rand, two promising young men of Mercer, H C Hare Leroy M Felton Wm -
4r berries. Fine grapefruit and Chicago, are at DeLand on a couple of Somerset Miss Davis, Miss Helen Bain-
There are more private homes rentedat weeks' vacation with their bridge T C Lawrence Mrs S Lawrence,
oranges on sale all the time; DeLand und more roomers In private grandmother, Mrs.stopping Julia Heath. Miss Calam, Dr. Geo W Chandler and

homes this reason than ever before in nurse, W J Atwater, W T Elua, Sam J. H. PAXTON
III the history of the place. Mr. Theo. Demro and family have nel White and wile.

moved ont on the Taylor grove property ,
lit Spend a couple of hours most delight on the DeLand and Orange City shell NEAR FATAL
G. A. Dreka & Co.
fully at the High School:: Auditorium Cleaveland
tll road, Mr. Demro having acquired an Block, DeLand.
next Monday night. Frank Allen Peake
will certainly entertain von. interest in the property from Hiram Miss Emery Violently Thrown from a

Waters. Runaway Horse> .".".".".".".".".".".".".".,,..
The Ladles: Society of the Presbyterian
i Mr. Sam White, the Haverhill
Miss Maysie Emery was ont horseback
church took in about $10 at
Ma s.. banker accompanied by Mrs. riding Tuesday afternoon and as Fresh Packed Goods
the afternoon tea held at Mrs ElmerMcBride' ,
White, arrived at The College Arms she came into town on north Boulevardshe \
Monday afternoon. lost control of the horse and, from
the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.
iif County Clerk and Mrs. Jordan will the Christian church the animal came The Best in the Market.
will White have been spending the wintersat at a terrible speed to Dreka corner I
spend next week at Daytona and
--- The College Arms for the past eightor where, in a hesitation whether to turn
take in the automobile races. Sam ten years. the corner or not.he came to practicallya I am now receiving and opening my Fresh Packed Canned

thinks of buying one of the racers be. sudden stop. This threw MISH Emery Goods of every description, all from standard houses which
fore he rerarns.Sam Rev. and Mrs. John Alford and Miss from the saddle, striking the ground,
send out only standard articles and if not
Alford arrived from Beaver Falls Pa., violently, rolling under the feet of horse ,
Wilson must be in
style as a
fifteen or twenty feet, but sustained no money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully
the latter of the week and have
a The ArmsDeLAND turpentine mognate. He has bought part serious injury Her head just missed selected and of the 11)04) gather.
College the Ivey automobile, and will oe seen rooms at the Brock house East Rich a post and the street curbing. If she
Ave. This here winter before had struck these the accident
speeding about on our shell streets and party were might A Fresh Line of Cereals
across to Daytona. last and are delighted to once have been fntal. It was a narrow escape ,
more spend a season at DeLand. for her, and it is a wonder as it is
Capt. S. V. Hough lost a fine white that she was not severely, hart. Many Breakfast Foods, Biscusts, Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right:

FLORIDA mare, estrayed from his camp near Married, Sunday January lath, at people went at once to her assistancebut from the Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected -

Harwood. An ad in The Record: soon I the home of the bride's parents, Mr. she arose and walked across theIItre..t for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.

located the animal, and it was returned I and Mrs. S. H. Bennett, this place Mrs. smiling,apparently more frighten.

"Opens for Guests December 20 to him the other day at Ormond. I Leonora B. McLendon to Mr. W. A. ed and than she hurt.was taken A carriage home. was She ordered says it My Line of Fancy Groceries

Mr. A. R. Cooley was a Lake Helen Whidden. of Bartow Rev. Z. H. Bennett Is her last horseback ride.

visitor to DeLand Monday. Mr. Cooley. performing the ceremony. The Will be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
r ..... .. .
had a nice crop of oranges this season, happy couple left on the afternoon train standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,
Under the of JOHN a. HOLLAND for Bartow.
management and is one of the prominent peach and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the

at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE growers of the Lake Helen section. Mr. W. C. Watts baa sold his pretty I AT THE QAt people, give me an order and you will continue to have the

HOT: i*, Blue :Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron- Mr. Fred R. Cline,. steward of theDeer' Allen home, on of Lexington South Boulevard Ky., a to guest a Mrs.at goods thereafter sent to your home.

Head Inn, in the Adlrondacks,
dack :Mountains.) For rates and other informa- Mr. Benj F. Stetson's summer resort the Waverly consideration $ ,700. Mr. the Presbyterian Church.: Honest Goods Full Weight.Careful Attention Prompt Delivery
Watts and he At the Presbyterian church Snnday
I gives possession at once,
tion apply, before November 15, to :Mr. Holland, hotel, arrived Saturday last to accept and family will be located at The morning Dr. Foster' discourse will be
the position of assistant steward at The "The Administration of the Holy Sap J. H. PAXTON.Choice
Blue Mountain Lake N. Y. after that date MR. Phone 79 .
; College ArmsWantedTwo College Arms until he builds him per." At 7:80: in the evening 'Methodin
another home.
HOLLAND can be addressed at ladies desire to obtain Devotion.
Hon. Christopher Matbe on. of
} board in a private family. Would -- --
Gainesville, spoke at the court house Services at the first M. E. Church.

THE COLLEGE ARMS need one large, sunny room with two Thursday night before a large audience. At the First M. E. church next Sun i"' ....,.....-....,....-................,.........-.-.............,'-'-a
bade, or two smaller ones. Mnrt be The meeting was held under the auspices day the Pastor will preach at 11 a. m. oo'I':'
first class in Addiess and 7:30 school at 10
every particular. : p. m. Sunday a.
DeLand, Florida or call at The Record office. of U. D. C., and was a celebrationof m., Epworth League 6:45.: All are. m*
Gen. Lee s birthday the chapter cordially invited to attend these servi- Lot Fresh
Miss Smith of Terre Haute, Indiana, having the U. C. V. and G. A. R. mem- ces. ((1:
has been visiting her friend, Mrs. M. its iu
bers giving a
as guests banquet
E. C. Ten week. At St. Barnabas.St. T
Eyck the past She
following speaking.
-- -- ----- -' -- leaves Orange City for Wauchnla the Barna baa' Episcopal church Jan Garden Seed for <*>
The Olive Branch is sustaining its
Seasoned oak wood for sale. Applyto HAKNEV OLDFIELD AT DELAND.
first of the week where she intends to nary 33d Third Sunday after Epiphany: ((0
O. C. the ice -- long reputation In a fall house. Every
Fanning, man. spend two or three months. 10 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a. m. Choral
-...- Made the Trip From Daytona. to ))e. room was taken early In the season, and
DeLand E. H. service with sermon. :; ::
Nursery- Hayward
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred White many are taking their meals there, Sprin g Planting
Leghorn cockerels, seven months old, 'Land In Two flours Ten Minutes. has just received a fine lot of peach having rooms elsewhere. The Olive Services! at the Catholic Church.

$1.00. Eggs for hatching, 91 per dozen. trees that were bndded for him by Mr. Branch It an attractive and home-like Mass every Sunday until farther ID

Throop Poultry Farm.. Enterprise, Fla. Barney Oldfield, the world famous .G. L. Taber. He also has a variety of place for the home folk as well as visi notice at 10 a. m. sermon daring mass at FIS HER'S u11fi

-- automobile racer, who will contest for fruit and not trees. Now Is the time tors. Mrs. C. P. Swift, the owner and Evening service at 7:80: ; lecture on .
tioi-ond Number In the University the best record on the -3ytona to plant them. Send for his price list; Catholic doctrine. All questions orr
The Lyceum Course. manager: always has a full house both same answered. Mass on ween: days at ID W
beach next week, Mrs. Oldflold. W. H. Joe May will begin next week plant. winter and summer.
Friday evening Jan. 20th Dr.Halley 7 a. m. All are cordially Invited' iy
will give the second number in the University Peters and Ed. Lindberg, the latter a lug ont a peach orchard of 80 acres Frank Allen Peake, an entertainer M. J. CURLEY ...._._,........_....._._....._._....._._._._.....
Liceniu Course. This entertaln. pllpt, drove over from Daytona last 8300 trees on the Norris tract for Mr. who entertains, will be at the High Pastor, e-: =:-; =:-; =:-;ee: -: :;,'

ment will consist of a Humorous Lecture Saturday In Barney's Peerless touring W. C. Cody, who purchased this land School Auditorium next Monday night, ...
Recital by this distinguished lecturer car. They took dinner at the College early in the fall tor the purpose. Both and as the entertainment in for the -- -
now President of Stetson Univer benefit of the school building fund, Lecture at Baptist Church.It .
Arms and also drove about DeLand. the early and late varieties will be
i 11( sity. He will make it a point not onlyto The left 9.20 grown by Mr Cody. there shonld be a good crowd to hear III not often that a DeLand audience W.A.ALLEN&CODruggists
but also instruct bis hearers party Daytona Saturday
amnee I Mr. Peake. He will give yon your has the opportunity of hearing a
., as he will mingle humor with sound morning, and at 11:80: they were at The Mrs. C. M. Bingham Jr., and MIus money's worth and you will be glad speaker of such fame as Dr. Bundick,
common sense. No one can afford to College Arms. making the time 2 hours Bessie Bingham, of Daytona have been that you went. Mr. Peake comes high.Iv of Virginia who will lecture on Citizenship -
mien such treat, given for such a wor and ten minutes. and Jewelers.Drugs
a the guests of Mn. T Edw. Fitzgeraldthe recommended as an entertainer, at the Baptist church next Monday .
thy cause and delivered by so eminenta The distance la 35 miles, and is a fine thorough in his field of work attractiveto night Jan., 28rd. Under the auspicesof
speaker. Dr. Lincoln Halley. past week. They will return home audience and fails to '
run over such a road, through water an never please. the Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion
----- and mud part the way, and throngb today, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs The admission is 33, 83 and 50 cents, Mr. Bundick bas been speakingin ,
Insure with vs. sections of sand. If we had a rood Fitzgerald, who will remain,in Daytona and tickets can be had at Fisher's drug Florida since the middle of November Stationery,

Is the time. shell road the Peerless would have during the automobile races. .store. everywhere delighting the au-

Now made the rnn in three quarters of an Mr. O. L. Brock has rented his entire Capt. and Mrs. George E. Terry of diences. Huyltr's: Candles

Spot cash for losses. honr. And some. day we are going to house on East Rich Ave. to two families Waterbury. Conn., and the Adlrondock This lecture appreciating community Kodak Supplies.
have a good 16 foot shell road from hereto Mountains are at The College Arms for ought to give this. Southerner the fluent
has moved Mr. Brock Florida Souvenirs
and onto
U should be protected.R tbe coast. Then you will see coast paid the season. They have spent a numberof audience he Has had anywhere in the ,
Insured? automobiles at DeLand every day $000 for this property last spring expended seasons at The College Arms, and state. Toilet Requisites,
you during tbe winter ee'\ On. Indeed ther'ewill several hundred dollars on it, select DeLand as the plauo to pass ---- Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies .
Every company reliable.VVTIien be established a regular daily automobile and rented for $40 per month, furnished. their stay in the Sonth. while Mr. Opening Dance at the Camp.

line between Daytona and De- A good per cent on the money Invested.Mr. Terry bas no grapefruit grove he is a The opening dance, for the present Clocks,
Lund If we had such a road. now all Brock has at the Carrolton.The great believer in this fruit for its medicinal
a room takes
season at Camp Cas adaga, place Jewelry,
does your policy, expire? tire automobile racers would be here properties, and has them in cold
next week. Record is in receipt of cards in\ and Saturday night January 21st, in the Silverware .,
storage: at his home at Waterbury, ,
\ In force? handsome Bushnell'sorchestra
policy new pavilion.
|Is your invitation to the of Miss Anna Adironcincks
marriage his summer home in the of this place will furnish the Cut Glass
Telephone number sixteen. Since tbe above was put in type we May McCrory to Mr. William Ely the year round. He!gets this fruit from music These dances are ranch enjoyed l Goods
learu from the Gazette-News that Mr. Grimmett at the home of the bride'sparents the Bielby grove ont in the San Domingo every season by the people of the Camp Optical ,

HON INSURANCE AGENCY. I OlilHeld t made the return trip in one CoL and Mrs. William Hugh Graut.. and of Lake Helen and they contribute Fountain Pens, Etc.
honr and twenty minutes, giving' the much to the of the there
The College Arms. one of the finest gayety season
..- |U will find us at I starting time from The College Arms McCrory Columbus Ga., on February and most popular report hotels in Florida
over the phone to that aper, halting!' 1st, 1D05. Miss McCrory was the is doing. fine business! this season. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
Stetson and DeLand. i in front of that office in just the time charming guest of Jndge and Mrs. J There are ISO guests there now and new NOTICE.Any J
I gtveb above.FFiFFFFFFFFFiiFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFt. Lee McCrory of this place last winter. 1 arrivals flocking in on every train. The'
1 in this city who would like
present management Is the recipient of .
The Hotel Putnam Is fine
- doing a useful and work -- ---
-- high praises from the guests for the fine pleasant, profitable to
business this season, and a large number service given and the unsurpassed do, please call and see me at Mrs Swift's

of guests are stopping there. The cuisine. Manager and Mrs. Holland boarding' house near the Presbyterian
church between now and three o'clockp
i MI management, Mrs Gould and son Mr. know how to take care "of guests and
Aril for ? Jan 31st.
you looking us make their stay pleasant. They have m Saturday ,
YES Ward Gould are making It pleasant as been in the hotel business many years I will be very glad to see any student Mapes' Famous 1-
I they always do, tor their guests. In a and are at home in caring for guests who would like to ma." arrangementsfor >

few weeks it, too. will be full to over They are having a big season, and The very useful and remunerative work
= ; flowing. It remains open until- May, Record and the DeLand people congratulate during the summer vacation in any part FRUIT AND VINE i
of Florida. I represent a large firm
2, We for all who seek the : and of the domiciled : themselves thai they are in .
are looking ; many guests are charge of The College Arms. Mr. which employed many as 38 young. For Next Year's Crop of Fruit.
there for the entire
1 season. men from one Southern College during '1:
Benjamin F. Stetson, proprietor of the
p' MOST DELECTABLE CHOCOLATES AND ; Mr. and Mrs. George A. Knowles, Deer's Head Inn, a fine summer hotelat last Summer vacation. -- "
i It will the Tree
T. J. GATTIB.: pat Orange In splendid condition to
; Ellaabetbtown In the Adirondack
S BON BONS. ,0# ; i prominent people of Lawrence; Mesa, Mountains, and an experienced and Representing C.'' H. Robinson &" Co., through the winter and to put on an immense bloom another '
.1 arrived the latter of the week, and
4 jjj Ne gg before )has our stock been so complete as = I their e"eath00 popular hotel man In that famous re Book Pnblisaerrnd, \ Jobbers Charlotte. N. C. year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of i
are now spending
sort. U one of the busiest men at The trees and tile full where HAVES' has been e4.
it iatplAy ; all of the daintiest Sweetmeats to be .* crops
I at The College Arms. Mr. and Mrs. College Arms. as Clerk and looking
;, 2. had. from the finest marts. S I!Knowles return to DeLand every winter after the comforts of the guests Mr j Did You Read the Message? IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID'
lot Marsh Mallows. Barain in J. O. who RESULTS,
f' j Largest high grade J 1 with much pleasure. They haw become Haverly, bookkeeper .
for the two bas been'con The President deals with live
$ 'purchasing them. Worth 5Octs. will sell for past yearn many
; ; attached to the place and her For Prices, etc., see or write j
peo nected with Hotel Ruliflt. Glenn rails, topic, but leave it to na to keep the .
. =21: the holiday s at SOcts. .. j ,pie, and have noted the steady and substantial and Sagamore Hotel Lake. George, N. meritaof our Superior Meats before. before

2 growth of DeLand .upon their Y and is popularly known by thousands the people of .DeLanJ. E. L. POWE, Agent,

iP i FUDQER'S PALACE. OF SWEETS. | return every season. They And this who visit the Adirondack every '- White Dea.'nd
summer, which assure patrons of Th. Florida.
the prettiest and most charming placeIn College Arms good oars and canteens

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;' .a: LIGHTWAVES. Notice of Final. Discharge., Notice of Application'for Tax Deed Un, '**

: iirnir* LIFE"! der Section 8 of Chapter 4688, LW; 'Potash ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,
Notice J Is hereby given that month of Florid
D11.rsat Kinds Browstht .to :eo_ after date towlt Ion tbe 8ta day February
......_ ......_ Da........; 1H06.1) will apply to Bon. J Lee McOor. Notice hereby given thatW W Dawspy., >. }

JT Every light a. a wave ot the County Judge or Volualn Florida. purchaser ot Tax Certificate No 47, dated I I. far
wave. necessary cotton to producehigh Line' 'Frii
'}f a jvwminentt for my flnal dlsobarge fia AdmInistrator 01 day of June A. D, JH02, baa 00 The Great Through Car Florida
consists of two in of
t U sea, portions one tbe estate of Martha J. lianta. deceased. aid certificate In my office, and baa I yields and"god fibre.
jdruggist, said of Scott'sEtrjulsion which the water la lifted above the J. J. BANTA, application for tax deed to Issue in accordance Write for our valuable book on .

general average level of the surrounding Administrate with law. Said certificate embrace p fertilisation they contain Information
pt: a short time August 0. 1904Executrix tbe following described property situated L CONNECTIONS
In :
and the other I
ocean depressed In Volusla oounty. Florida, to wit: that. mean dollar to the

I :: ;agt5.: As a rule we don't below It. These two portions\: form the"crest" Notice.Notice Lot 8, sub of soK, section 8. farmers. Sent free on request. To 1 THE ATLANTIC COAST' lA Charleston R
and the "trough" of the wave Is.. range 28e; 21 acre t.nsbll Write now while you think of East } L.
refer testimonials mond and Washington.To
1t-t ,use: or to the f
1 .t
respectively. Is hereby given that the undersigned The said land being assessed at tbednte to the

addressing the public If two or more .seta of waves are has qualified as the Executrix of of the Issuance of snob oertilicate in the GERMAN KAU WORKS
\ Kstate* of Jeremiah McUruth and all name of heirs O. F. Cone. Unless said New York- Attai .. 0.- .
caused to traverse the same surface). 1 & Nashville via Montgomery. ,
tore, legatees. heirs ard dlatrlbutees th"l oertlncate be redeemed, according/ St.. f West The Louisville
but the remark and 9.
I & above aa by dropping stones into still water.tor present/ their claims within two years law.tax .b.1 wi Issue ti erect on the lit o "lsr. The }J The Mobile & Ohio B. B. via Montgomery. :

I .r ;Similar I expressions are Instance a complicated network of I this barred date or the name will bo ripples Is produced. At certain points I Witness and
signature seal

": made so "often in connection the crest of one wave will coincide This July 14. 1 Q4. BAKAH E. MCOKATH nxecutrlx: this the lIst my of Deo, 11104MAML --i l To East! t I ) Via Savannah York Philadelphia and Ocean and Steamship Boston.Company for New

withSdott's with the crest of another and the two D.JORDAN 1 N. Y. Wash. Baltimore.Via .
Emulsion Notice of Application for Tax Deed Rleik CircuitCnuit Volusla County "'li. : The Via Norfolk andJJtearner for ,
will combine to form one crest of doable Under Section 8 of Chapter 4H88!!. Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation

; that they i are "worthy of the height tbe trough also being Laws of Florida. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. '

From twice the depth.At Notice Is hereby given that B F Faison Under Section 8 of Chapter 48H8. _:- i

:' .pcqasional< not e. other points the crest of one wave purchaser of Tax CertlHrate No. 41, date Laws of Florida r" _ To KEY WEST VI" PENINSULA AND ,

\ Infancy 'to old ;agc Scott'sEmulsion will full on the trough of another and 2nd day of Jnue 1WW, has died saId certlfl Notlue hereby (given that Thayer ASauIs.purohas ; STEAMSHIP CO. ,
cite In my ollioe. and has made appllcatin' -r of Certificate dRIed HAV1NA i OCCIENTAL
as the same paftlclea of water are for tax deed to Issue iu accordance wii: Tax 61. ___ !
: i offers! a reliable the 2nd day .June. A. D. lU)( tiledSal __
; called upon by equal forces to move In law. Bald certificate embraces the follow.
I certificate In my otllce. ban made Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway
impt35pex oppoelte directions at the same time Ing described property situated in Volusl deed to I In
means' remedying application for tax sue accordance r
o-wltt of the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents.tIor
county Florida I certificate, !
with law Said embraces
they will remain stationary and the -
: ( and w.eak. Lota 3, 4. 6 0, 7 1, 8, block: 44, Rentz addltlon the following described property situatedIn I' complete Information call on E. L. Powe, Ticket agent or address
developttfeHt -
::, surface will not be. disturbed at those to SevilleThe Volusla county Florida towlt: "Tbrougn Pullman tJl8per. Port lamps. to New York via Atlanilu. Bust Coast Lint
points. said land home assessed. at he date also vis Atlantic Coast Southern Hallway". '
flesh Notice.
; 'restOring-Iost( E of and 14 block A
r the issuance of such certlllcate In the name % Jots 13 Enterprise
Similarly as light consists: of wavesin FRANK 0. BOYLBTON DIst Pass. Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass Agen
James ISeal.' Unless aald certificate Tbe said land being assessed at the dat ,
'and vitality, and repairing tlio ether. It has been shown by shall be redeemed according to law. tax of the Issuance ol eiioh certificate In the NolCf .la been heretr given that the unilor-, 139 West Bay Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida. '

t-- &1 waste.. The action i ofScott's Fresnel that if one ray be caused to deed will issue thereon on the 26th day 01 name 01 Helra Alice Fcieland Unless aald Judge of Volusla appointed County. Florida by the C.unty ixlmiuIstratrlx H.M.EMERSONTraS0 Manager, W.J. CRAIG, General Passenget ..gent
shall be redeemed '
D.. according to
tall half a wave length behind anotherthe January A. lOuIS.Witness oertillol' of the estate of Wheeler H Bristol, Wilmington, North tarolina.I .

: ,Emulsion is no troughs of oue set of waves will tbls the 2ltb my day oltlchil of Deo.signature A. O. 1904.and seal day,of Jalllary.wlisaue. 1MOB thereon on the 2olb deceased, .anI. HI persons hitting claims
of than the combine with the crests of the other set SAML I). JORDAN. Wlt oaa my official signature and seal against authenticated estate will present the
more a secret this tbe 2
. 1004. Hume duly totheumlerslgnodwithin -
to neutralize one another so producing Clerk Circuit Court Volnsla Count Fla ,

I composition of-the' Emulsion still ether or dark patches, at those Police' Application. for Charter. SAM'L l>. JORDAN, Wise the the same time will prescribed be barred.by law, o'her-' Florida East Coast Ry. !

In tile midst of the Clerk Circuit Conrt Volusla County Fla. MARY W. BRISTOL.Administratrixoftbe .
particular points Notice is hereby given that on Thursday. -
itself.l What!
surrounding light January SO, 10, the undersigned incorpo.' Estate of Wheeler
raters will apply to the Hon. Minor 8. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under I Bristol Deceased. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.
4;, it does through nourish Jones, Judge of ih. Clroult Court of the Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof Dated) or 1.I.llld. I'iorld.Deo 9, 1904.

: of m tiihklndofn6urshmnt! { : A Helpfvl Spirit. I I Seventh Judleal Circuit Florida for his Florida.. _. _. I9UTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NONTHBOUNO-READ LIP.STATIONS. .
Tbere had at first been six names on approval of a charter of Incorporation of a Notice la homey that A. deBary u.
the list of candidates to be sent society to be known as 'The National Inproveme"'t ,- I of tax ceitltlcate given No. 1 Hill IialedIhe (
; that cannot be obtained by HODGKIN'SWagon No.S9 No. 1 No.8 'I
Society of the State of 14lorida"having 2 I 1ii:
popular vote from the little seaport Ttb davorMay: IW 1. baa died sal.Ioertillcate D Daly. .
Its principal. place of business at D.I. Y'1
in < food. in and bus made -
L ordinary town to tbe great fair but graduallythe DeLaud. Voluala County Florida. Tbe ob. for tax my deed office to Issue in accordance application 'T45s.iLv. ............... ............. ,toe :'bF.
;1 'No"system is too weak list had dwindled for two of the Jertof the corporation Is for the mutu.1.Id with law. Said certificates embrace the Shop Tis 5 '.a ....... ...... ..80 lal8"V..I..I... ........ ....4r 'I a 5 e. I.
or ..
and benefit ol Its members In sickness ............. ... ......... 'f a.
.S' .
candidates wenf so far ahead of all and disability; to bury Its dead members, following described piopertv, allluated In I 111. ............. .....a..nr.Aog.ln....................... 01. r.
t -delicate- -retain" Scott'sEmulsion Volusla Florida .. .. .. -
'to' count towitt .
the others that It became a farce to retain and to Its members In owning ), DeLAND FLA. r 1" 1.1..1........ ... 1.

.f and gather good the other names. their enour.g, to encourage and promote Nw>i of swjf, sea 4, towhshlp 10', r doe U? 110 pAr....................ala'k...................L. abs 515p
It was when affairs had been at this In eveiy way possible the progress of The said land being assessed at the dateo Everything in W"IODI. Bnggies Carts. _S 6 .. .............. k ....... ..... I 0. COOp
the colored rioboth and Intel 'he Issuance of such certificate In
> mentally
; from 1. point for three weeks. and within ectuallv and to organl/e subordinate name of Unknow. Unless etc., anl1rpare in my 11 S SIO p Ar .....- .............. .Mated ................Lv .....
tf1IIW.\ J : "; twenty-four; hours of the time set for lodges with the same objects and principles. aid certificate abal be redeemed i Shop in the very $ .. LY ..... ..... ...801._..............Ar 'U. ,
.. _. wrnun&yeg. .,a". counting the last votes that Miss Mat. The proposed charter Is on llle In the office cording law will' Issue tber known. Only first-class men employedand p L......... .... ........ ........... ..L,. 1M.
1- ample free. tie Iluwloy met one of the candidates of the Clerk of the Circuit I I Court of Volu- on on SlJth day ot January A. \\i. 19. first-class work turned ont I have I I p ........................8unn81.N.. ...................... 48 s

i I Beeure ol *that Ub.1 I'thnpIct.to on I tlu.,wrapper.In theform ou. the street. of sin this County notice.SHERMAN, Florida, during tbe pendency the Witness IMtb day my of official December signature/ A D 1004 seal ately added to my plant a. 1,8, 1 i ...;..:::..::.8J; : .;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 2 86: : :

:of.Ye T bottl. ol Bmuhlon. you "I don't know what to do." said Miss SAUNDERS, SAM'L D. JORDAN. p .... ........ ............ ....... ,
bay. A. HOWELL p ...........Por 41 a
Mottle with n distressed look In her Clark Circuit Court Volusla ..
county.Florida I
eyes. "I mint you to go and I want II HOWEI lOOP .....................O.k .5.2a 1
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,. -L- I lior to gj, so at lust I bethought me MARSHALLP Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- 11 I.p p .... .......... Orsitga..4 81 Ic a
Chemists. bow I could help you both. 80 I went H. DAVIS der Section 8 Chapter 4888, Laws p ............. .a I 11 a 1

$ 1 :-- .40? Pearl! St.: N. Y. Into .Tonus' nod bought ten dozen cakesof JESSE D. BROWN of Florida. _' 1 1f 4 II P ................Eau .S 11.
soap ami put half the coupons In A. D. TAYLOR Notice U hereby given that WW DIIWSBV., I 08 : 0: ::.:::::::. ::: : ::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: 59:..see.:

( (SOc. and $Jl; all urcfsb.. .1. II BEVEL purchaser 01 Tax Certificate No 48, dated \ I 01 0 to r ..... .....S.. L."I...................... .1 0 a
tor you nnil half for her. -Youth'sComrmn'on MASON nOI'rW.8.HUN'fat the 'id day of June A. D., 10"2, has nled I 0 to ..............Fl. .e.,,............... .11 p
aid, ceitlncateln. my office and has muds.application I 88 tl p ................TI bbal........._... ......... p

: I'A .....11I;Peculiarity. ___ __.__ ___ ____.n _. A.. A.. LEWIS fur tax deed to Issue In accordance : : Ig :::..:::::::..::::.Jensen..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. n f8 p p : :
with law. bald certificate embraces I a 22 r .. ..S.u.rl....... ....... 00 p
.... .. ... ...
; 'Tbere are lome indications that B.A. "the__following descrlhed, properl\ S l I ...............Hob So.nd........... ........, lIp
/ flahes possess a .ixth sense tbe organs: J. BROWN.Notie ultuaieu in voiiista county, norm a towi 'f lOp. ..... ._.... .W.tJOR't.r.' ....."._,....... ).O lOp

'f of which are the pores of the bead and of Sheriff's Sale. Lot 4. sub of BPJ4. section 33. township : 18 u g ::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :.og.....:::::::.::::::::::::::::::.. I I: : :
Us, range 28e; 21 curesThe ......
/. of the lateral band. This band la a row r utt's PillsAfter said l.nll"tllg 8 .ea081 at limo date : g u p..W..:::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :Lauderdale.::::::::::::::::::::::::::. C Slip 01 p 1 : I

I. of little cnnala connected with the external IN COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL of the Issuance of bitch cenliioate In tbe I Baland.l................. ... 7 Sip
... .. ...
\3; scales. world In these by cavities boles. through under which the eating persons of a bilious habit AND FOU CIRfUIT VOI.USIAIUUNTY.OF F1JUKIDA IS name Unless of .Ada said Cone.ceitllloate shall be redeemed 0 I 00 .. .Lmon.I.ml......................!...L.. 1-YQOp 10 p l

runs a large nerve are found nerve will derive great benefit by taking one Isaac A. Htewait, rialutltf 1 I according to law tax deed will Issue
r beads or' terminations like those of of these pills. II you have been vs V SlierllTs Sale thereon on the 1st day of .'eh. A D. V!<0.;. SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE OITY BRANCH.lio.i .

other sense organs. Tbe use of thisapparatus E. 1C. Ropes, V..feldant Witness my official signature and a al I I No. I 2 10. 3 I No. I No. 2 No.41tally
; Is unknown. WIKINGTOO<< MUCH this tbe Sits day ot Dec A. D. 1901. COLD TIRE SETTER I StATlolts. I Daily nailyl I Daily 1 Smro:. I Daily Daily
i they will promptly relieve the Notice ls hereby given that uuder and by HAM'L I D.JORDAN,
nausea virtue of an execution Issued out of the Clerk Circuit Court V'olusiu. county Fla. Can set! your without taking 105a Lv....... Ttnols.... .Ar 1 tIp lip tOlOaLv..N.! 730p I
I' Jroe ?*-.
1 "You're forever trying to'give'theImpression and the nervousness and which: follows, restore cult November ol Florida 21., in 1904 and, under for Voluala the seal County of lb. .' bolts rub no paint or burn roar felloeswith &8. L..Bn.rrl..A'...... Sauroi..... lOSes lip 1 I f Ar.Or. 001 10'
remove gloomy .
i t .that you're a martyr 111&" Clugnntly sugar coated. Clerk of said Co..rt in a cause thereIn Notice of Final Discharge.Notice a hot tire. Come and see it work 'he. 15 No.23 No.21 80 NTBTiIQ.2OT8t No. 14 50.2Satand ,
Mrs. "I and will never have Tires set 1 No.1
k snapped Henpeck. suppose vending A. Stewart Is plain yon MAYPOR' Daily Satan
t you want everybody to think that you (Take No Substitute. tlffani! E. K. Ropes i Is defentlant for the Is hereby given that the undersigned hot "Ialn.1hanklnglou. )011 'ua I7 Daily. ecepl Daly Daily Daily BRANCH.Ds.ily Daily Daily SOIT
sum ol'8OOO and *J7.H: hove Guardian, of L. _I. uad. Sund', .
softer In silence" costs levied Colby Pinkerton will for in 001'
._ ._ your
r.: "!, o,", replied Mr. Benpenk "I suffer --- -- --- upon and will .el to the highest and best on tb. 1st day of March. *. D. ID'S .presenthie a continuance l in C 82 S n p pl 00 p 9 80 a L.J'eksonv'e Ar 7 0. 5 fO a I II pOlO p I SIP
; 10 I
bluder for public outcry, at the nnal ,,account the County Jud e olVolnsm S 08 P 5 H P i p1 oa p 0 n a So.Jioa.oiaviils 0 S lOit Il 03 P 8 12 p 0 12 p
the future I
i- la the perpetual absence of silence. A Notice of Application sell Land. front door oftbe court bouae I In, Del and. Count, Kl 1 rld". 'at his ollica atleLand remain IIilp 1-SIP SlOp ItOp iOOea.PabiolSer.eh.. 82. 500. JIOp Slip Slip I

I little silence would be a positive pleasure > Notice Is bcre'.v given that on Monday Voluala.County, Florida, on the first lIon and ask that til < same be allowed.J. Yours to serve, 16 36 7 n pi.pi.p 10 I. AClao'lo beach T lit ',_ I a 80 p 1801
to ine.";, February 20th. lllOo) HtI\ o'clm k p. m.. tbe day In February A. D iRiS, being tbe Ilh D. PRICE. 0. lOp l8a A.U.ypr' L. 80. _' ''f--00n SlOp
l. leralKned executor of the last will and day of said niontbdiirlng the legal hi This Aug 25, 11504) Guardian. .
testament of Jnllu A..Stone, deceased will .al.. all of the following described properly PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
i .' ",Til. Hee.1.TklneT. a|.plv to Iblt lion. Minor U Jones,Jndire of lying and being in the county of Volusla --
i J i "Are the'' members of your dramatic the, Circuit > 011I t of tbe Heveutb Judicial and State of Florida, 'evled upon as the CLOSE CONNIOTION MaOC MIAMI WITH 8TKPHSH1P OF THE P. 0. L .. COMPANY FOI I
club very enthusiastic" Circuit of Piorldu. ,., Bt 1 ltus\llle\ Florldu or property of the said defendant & E. Ropes, fitting Tin Guitering A
Pipe roofing
wht'revor theu cit may be, for an order to-wlti HAVANA AND KEY WEST
_JAre! .they I Why wben we presented nuthor'ilnK: blm to Inks char e of and sell R IVlgbtman Grant In section 48, township TH ECCLES I i and spouting- Pump:
''HamletMn'tbe-next-village last week fhr tli. pnyniint, (ofdeM the'following dp.auiioed 14, south range :7. east containing 14
half the company walked all the way reulist te nr.d hlng and being In acres; iota 1. 3 sod 4 section 11. township J repaired wells and tanks madtto Thas Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart 4
n from the several stations but their arrival or at the stated la not
borne the railroad track to tbe county of Polk and state of Florldu. to. 15, south range east, containing order. sordosi ho'ld departure for tm. 10araot..d.
on Just give of all the Company 1 lay delay or
will, Lots one.. (oil,. >e>en, nine ,,'eleven I Hi sores; lots 2.a 7 and: I of Repairing .1 r.opn.lble uon"qloD.. .rl.lol
It a professional flavor. -Puck. Tourtven. sixteen i f S. O. I base's ubdivN.. I township 15 south range .east containing Tinsmith & Plumber. kinds.{ Satisfaction guaranteed. .
Ion or Ibo sourh- ..st quart iif Mention 176 acres; the west three-quarters ot
Notice of Application for Tax Deed rwpuiv-eixbt, Township Tw nty eight, I the north wtst quarter south.east For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAD or Other Znforaalloa

t Under Section .8 of Chapter. 4888, Range 'wenty-blx.. quarter section 24, township 14, south Shops next door west of bank Indiana Avenue. uSEF THE TICKET AGENT."
Laws of Florida. I. V. WATKRMAN/ range 27, east containing dn acres; tbe
Sxtcjulor of the hint, will and testament of I quarter of the eoutb-witst quar. T. D. HAHirER. Aast. den. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE
Notice Is hereby glten that P. A. Baker Julia A. Stone,.decea'ed. ter and tbe south-west quarter oft be southwest I

purosuorofTarCerddonteNo..... ., _.. __ .. 17.__dated. quarter of 9, township
'h 11 .u. a' > .eptlol 1.
huvj in 0 *-' jai>>7* Maw II VI v south range aal. 80 ___ _. n _._______ ._ _
containing ;
rtldoa'tt: I'I;
said I I and has' made Special Master's Sale. the wtst ball the south east quarter or .
application. for tax dend, .
t. l issue In accordance the soutn ast quarter of section 28 township .
with law. Said nertittcaUt embraces Under. and by authority of a decree ofireclosnre 14, .. -
20 Not Drink
the following described' itropertv situated ,.. and sale In the 7tb Judicial acres; eutb.ID of range N. 2.eut. addition to Why Southern Railway.
in Volusla ooun''. Florida.. -to wit : Circuit or F'orldn' In and (or Voiusia Plerson j lots 26 and 27 of N. Plersone's addition .
s*" of nwK. ...., 2. tp '14a r :27e! 40 acres County In Cbanoery, In n Pause therein person; lot 40 of N. Plerson's ad. PURE WATER ?
Ike said land being aaspnseil, stthe date of lending wherein, W. U Hoffman Is com. dition t Plerson; R. Grant In EFFECfriVE NOV. 0 19U
; the .liananoe. of auuh certllluate in th name ilnlnant and Albert Turner Carr'e Wlghtman .
88, township south W 'TMIE Mineral _
Orange City Spring Water It purity be
J. 0. Braddock. Unless 'lturuer 1 In.trpaoaedln ng
7 ;I shall ssld catS be redeemed xcuonllng to l law.t lit Tltrner. his wife; 51 thew A, Turner; AliceL. 15, al, espeoliilly benenelal, cases of kidney .a 'I l liver Iro'iblo. p open Two Vestibule Trains East No.3 No 3 North sad West No 1
dfed will Issue theiennon the 22nd\ day of Turner. his w.fe; Joana. P. McLeod and, : togoJlas 023 acres the Snuth, wAter baa received HutterlntremlniDement :
.{ F.bA.D.1905' _, Anna A. Turner helm. at law of Wm. K. quarter of the south.west quarter; of. : O'Ih'S professor of chemistry rrm such men as, Erastils LvJacksonvllie.Fi SoKy. 11 7 Mp I.v .1"oko"vleJ So ny.. .. 7 41p

witness mv official. signature and seal Turner deceased.lire defendant", I will sell 9. township IS, south range 2rt east, of the tmlD. In this n..lol.. C'olleire. UII"lf.la'o""II., one I.v.re.up. Ga. 80 Ity. .... 104Hp I.e ........ ... .10311)
:. this the \Slat day of Jan. A. I> HKIff' ot public outcry to tbe highest/ and but taming 4O acres; the south-west quarter of otbeis., country i Ogden, dl'e"t York antI Lv Savannah. Us. So Ity. I lop : lIe Ar Macon In 1iv...... ..
-, HAM'U D. JORDAN. bidder fur cash, at tbe front door of tbe the north-west quarter of section 10 town. Dr. Boynton wrtf Is Ar Columbia. Bo Ry..... U lop I OUs Ar Atlat. *. S. 1. .... .. I 2'a'' .
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla t'o.. Fla ourt house in the city of VeLand In said ship 15, south range 28 e"ot. containing known to me. 1.0 ofClevpland using It and Ohio, s: "It It to the others.pil-e-t spring It only water needs Ar Cb.rlole. k0 By...:.. 9 fOp Ole Ar Rome 80 Uy.) ......... 78" :
"" nntity and state during the leicxl hoursf 40 acres; the south bait of the nrrtb-weat a trial to that I 11 has recommending taMn Ar S" Ry.. a lIp U SIp Ar D..lon, So Ry ... .. I
no wal
anyone as a r.
"Notice* Application! for Tax Deed Un- niilo! on Monday. Fob,nary 0 li. A. D 1 04 quarter of the north-west quarter, if the Many have visited I I'itv superior l h. ndvlue Iblr fnr r Danviile So fly... 1 SlIp 2 lOp Ar Chaltanoogo.; .fenn Solty. .. .. 94i&
Orange o physicians
\ *' der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws i'eln'ztbelirat Monday In said month nil south-east ,.quarter 11, the urpospof pronto testing the Mineral Spring' Waterdt'rivit.g heneiitfromu Ar itbobmond. So y. 6 f8p I 421' Ar Lexington Q. ( .... I 21a .

\ 4 j+Florida.. .. .. lie following derrr.bed trait or parcel of 15, south, range 21. elol, containing township 6 Its use. The water Is drawn, from a subtcrruntiuii, Hpilng, "r'lt 117 b"l .w the Ar Juan Lvnchburg 10 Jv.. .. 40tp .2tp ArClnolnuat. Q-"C ... .. 7411)
.\ tfotloe la hereby given that !a ,A. B ki>rr and situate aol belli in Volualu County acres; all block H t Id ridge; lots 2 to 8 In. surface very palatable and altogether the Best \Water 'o be found I In, the Ar .ttavllle. I!.. Ii flop Si lop Clnolnnol .... 8 401
'. nv,baaeithot Tax Certltlcate No. -to, dated lorlda. ,koown ard described aa follows: elusive, block 9. Edildge; lots 8 and 0, South. Ar "oUy. I U4lip llI Illg Four .... ..y
it-? the 6th day ofjen. A.D, 115*, has died si ldcertldo.te Beginning' at a stake at the south wa corner block 13, Cldndge; the north-west quarter The Orange City Mineral Sprlnz Water received the only diploma at the Ar Baltimore, 'P I.U /up 1 21 Lv Cincinnati. Pa Lines.'..... 8 Op 2 .
'( j' In my i lUbe and has ramie application of( the lot known as the Brantley lot ol the north-east quarter of section 17, St te Fair at Jacksonville In with many other dUplava It Is Ar Philadelphia'P Piy.... 141"// Ar ChIcago. I'a Lumps ....... 7 bit
t -" 'or tax deed til l-aue In accordance and running In an easterly direction on tbe:1b.l' township 1ft south, range 2S.esst.4oacres; now being bottled and sent out O m.tlol City Mineral $ ring <)..imiiany, Ar New York ... I 0 bOa Lv Cincinnati. C Ii .V...... 841p

-- with, law.- Bnld certificate em"raceIbe :: ol the Brantley lutone bun. the west bah of tbe north.west. quarter nfsection put tip In attractive style In oases of 12 h..II"lalol: bOII.8. I! further. \Inlor- No 81-"Wasblo"ton) anti Flit LI mie,I." Ar Lv Cincinnati Chicago, C H U & D.D.......
following' situated live uet to the Houtbeast corner 33, township 18. south, 28 mitten addressORANGE 1 I 461
describedproperty range .
Daily DrawIng :::: ::
: : : :
in Volusla county Florida to.witi* oteald Brantley Irt and from thence i in a east; the south hall of the north-west Pulman to New Rom Ilopplnl Ar1'0Ieo. U'H. ) 1:0"
% c T W II seres of lot 1, 9uo 2, tp 14* r 27e, 11 :outberiy: direction one hundred :sand: fiveeet quarter of thu south-west quarter of section. CITY MINER SPRING CO. l'ar.J.cksonvle Dlrol. I : I). .. : ....
c, ..,..... aid' ,Irom thence In a westerly, direction No t orb and Florida Expre.s" Lv ClooJnoat. Pi Lines. ... 8 alp'
,.. luralelled with the south b..nnaaryofsnldirantley 33 taming township 2I> IS, ,ioutb R. range 28, east cn. C. A. BULLED. Mgr. Orange City Fls.John Daly 3-New Drawing Room and Sleep. Ar ilt.burl. Pi Lln.......... Ii Oli"'
The hid land beingassessed st tbe dnte; %; Wlgblman In
lo' one hundred and Scatto .re Urant. Jacksonville Big Four. 9 Slip
". twenty between Port Tampa. 1.1 .. ..
y' of the Issuance, of such certlflofte In the the hank of the rUer more or less, and section 87, township IS, south, range 28, and l.r York. Cleveland, Big Four..... I 41a
l" name of J. D. Al'en' Unless east, containing la acres the norlbwealqu.rr
said cer from thence along tbe east bank of ibe Btobns ; 1.1 I-Klughn. tlo Ry.. ..
1\ tloatosbll redre-ned aoordlnwtolaw.'ii. river In a northerly direction tostari- of the south-west quarter of section -- __________________________________________________________ 'Jbrulb"'J'hel.nldorlb08ky." No 81 Ity........ ... S HOI
tax deed will Iraue tl ereon the :22d of 15, south, range 28, east, con I 1
I Feb. A. D., 100 day or Inle the point north, said went lot quarter bi-lng/ ol part.section of snutb:2V.township half, talnlnl4 anus; all of section 4, township Lv Jacksonville lb So sty..... 7 liilr Bt_ _Louts_ _10 Iy_ _._._ _.._ 'l_b2a_ ,
Lv Ity..I 0 J.I-"I'DU Fit solid
range 20, east 682 lav.Dnab. Osity
Witness mlomelet signature and seal lit and range 28. onntalnlngone quar- acres; lot 4 of section B. township containing Ar Fo t Ri...... .. (I I 0 ''H vestibtileci. Iruln; Ihroulb 1."I'd. and Pull.
l' e' Ibis Us itlst day '' ter of an acre more or leas alvo the lot I 16 lutb.
pi ly.lug .
Ar 11y mon N. Y.
J.tJ"'i'MiJ1'JA'3.bAN: range 20. east, containing' 08 ; Aahevile. .... 11// le".lnl J..okoollvl,to .
north of the above,descrIbed al
*s follow"
Ar N O. Jty, .
eastof (
Clerk Circuit Court Vnluala County.. r la. Bounded on the north by lot owned hv Jo- Urant In section 10), township .. NUH" 11W ES I I' pn :
south, range !W, east, oontaln'ngsn' acr.'s; B. Stetson University Ar Xnoxvilie. Bo I, ..... IIHII' 1
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. eph UnderlilH.n. on tbe east by hind uelonv- lot 2j; Assessor's subdivision of tbe DuLoni Ar Louisville. 80 ...... I 1"". Lv Jltek onvle. t. I) .... 7 461
N. the
lug to Dilla-d on south bv the ; Ar Louis. So Ri I.V .
J.anp. .
Grant In ) .
section 31), township it), .,uth. ... ...
der Section 8. Chapter 4888. Laws oregoti" n described. land ol Win. K. Turner r nge 3O ea't.contalnlng: DO acres;lot 1 west Ar Clnoiusti Q'C............ II ill,. Ar 1I"00n. SI. 1-tv. .. ...... :0,
of Florida. and on tbe west by tbe St Johns river ue- .
Ar .
.. branch in section 15, 80ly .. ..
township No Pullman Room .
DeLand Florida. 80-Daily Drawing
Notice I. hereby given that ". A. Wnket, Iiiga part of section:), township:,' 15, range2esst rangs3ieast,, ooiitainingl6aores;18 lutb.weat anti Butfet Sleep ng Car: between J.n ..ollAr Anniston, Uy .. .. .. \42it
1 purchaser of tax certiorate No. 10, dated, containing quuirierofan!; acre half of the south-east quarter except one and Sc Louis lr Blrlnlba So Ny.......11 412a
the, tat day of June. AV.IHIIU. has tiled said more or less, together/ with all and singular acre .cbollot in section' 10, township vUo Iem"bl. lens Irl."o.... .. II 0'1
'4- certificate: in my olnce, sod has made application he tenemeols theroun bnlnnirtiifr.' range 3 east, cot. 11; AFFIlIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO. Two Trains Daily Ar Kln.a. Cl'y, "'rlaO Ii sip
LKK MoCUOItY. nlnl19
for tax deed to Issue In socontanm* lot 3 less the soutb..t 10 section Ilemphl.. rloco.. ... ,...,. >ilOl")
with 'law Baltl orrtlflnvte embraces ibe f"|. Special. Master. 2u, township 15, south, range 21 east; the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those ol the University to Washington tlIrlnl.. Ark .. ..;.. \ sUit

-. lowingdeo"I Ml .r."y..lLual..Jn. VulusUcounty I 8Itb.w.quarter of the north-west q"D. of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and York.No 13-"Tbellorlda Limited." Paily .
: Florida, totvlti tr section-21, township 15, south, range Chl ,
Forecloseing Sale. east tie north half ol the ... OF LA this College are admitted to practicelaw .
i W"O'raduale..r
)(KfIiII}..townabsB 13.. 27 2 ; liEGE .
!. range j quarter of the soutb.eajitquarter section vlthout ".mlnat f'Dnawing Room Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville. Birmingham, Memphis and

.- The said tan? !Irmonil Building A: Loan;; Association .n.,a 1 28. township 16 south, rangs 28 east, containing COLLEOI OF TECHIOLOUY-3Ie'b.nI08t. 1lvl. Elottrlcsl Englreertng Kansas tity.
betnif assessed sfthe"da>. -
I 'wnianoeof mob certttinate In the. name of -Corporation.- .- ,- vs Complainant-- I I 20 .. and Tr.lnlnl"coure. leldlna ..lr. .. 110. new building, costlyeqU.COLLEOK ARRiVALS AT JAUiSUNV1LLE, __
,, U 8 F Land Co. Unless said certificateahal! The foregoing. described property consists From New York Washingtoneto-No 29. "Washington" and Flit 9 am
Arthur,, K Baldwin and Pearl L. Baldwin.; I OF BUSINESS-Rank tig In all Its brinohes. Book-keeping by Tmlt 0
? .V 1M redeemed/aoooralng. to law tax deed I tefendaniu4) ... of 'vstuabiecypress. pine,. hammock and orsiagegroves. best methods Kleetive courses open In oilier departinunts.. Large r Iculty andcommodIous From Cblcl"o.IlnolnnaL.! Cb.ttanogl. eto .No i4. "Florida .91 0
will Issue thereon on the Wnd ds/ol Feb.. bulldlnir, From K.ns. llrmln"hlm-NI 14, "FI.r"l.Limited" 9 a nl
"r *" ,6. D 1006. Under and bv virtue of a decree of fore'lostirsi JOHN R. TURNER; 8.fIAD LMY-flr' duats .prepared' to e' ter Harvard. From Asheville\ ), al" Limit'' ..U S 0 a ra
WUnees m, official signature) ifod/seal/ ant sale rendered In tbe Clroult Sheriff of V 0111. County Florida.. Yale f PR"IARATORY, Michigan I hloiign and all ttrat class' colleges From New York,W.blngsa. oto.-No. 33.'Ziew York and Florid txpr.. 40 p in
f tbls the 81st day of January. A. 0., 19 6 Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of NORMAL AND PR'ACTICE 8'CllOtL-l Kindergarten In Its .
fyjr -LtWI. l>. JORDAN'', ? rlorl ln. In and for Volusla neparato / -
In ai'( therein 'I'rm.r. .
Ckirk .
: CjnuKpOinit Veins a ttxruntFla.. itause rending BO YEARS :
Publo School teachersMUtHO J": C; LU8K District West Street Jacksonville. '
wherein Urmond BnlldUiCA l Iran Aaatx-ln-. EXPERIENCE elal Passenger Agent, lO Bay Fla. -
flOOUOOOpIp-nr Notice of Application for Tax Deed Unf tlona corporatIon Is oom, lalnant" ard IHLA. TAYLOR U. P. A.
..F 'fr f r' der8 ctioj|'jof Chapter' 4888..Law, Arthur J K. Bildwln and Heail b. Baldwli, : lug, areS SCHOOL-New studio.0 ursesof Costly studv.ART casla. models eto. B. H. H"BOWICK F. T. U. BRO >Ki MURUAN, A. U. P, A..

i ofFlorida.l Ie defi'nilanls lbs highest, ,and I will beat sell bidder at ".ul-iInuut.'ry for cash nlbe Ii ; Stetson baa a faculty, of 48 protess.< '. and I'Mlrun.n., They hell| I ,1"I.re. .

-l Notlo Is hereby. !siven n>at 8-A Jtakerpnrahaeor .reakieno. of the defendants "n low |AAanil ,from the Unlveraltv of Chicago, Harvard. Yale. I'ol.nbla ,
,e., of Tax i eriinoate K''. fl, date t te IDA In <>rro 'nd. Voluals Cuuntr sltv of lln.ylv.nln., Bryn M.wr. Bnokn-ll. ITnlv rslty nt Mlr-hlgaii, Dennlaon DeLa dSaw and Pl -
.'- :*. the lei da/ lit June. A. D41il6bau died, Florid '. on Monday February 5'h A. I). I IIfJO and otb Unlve.\t.\ ..- There are over 6809: )0 0.0 In bnlldlnsa and equipment!; I nfng! Mills & Novelty Works '
owtisVsMlri roe,rfll, e.aad b.. mad ) being the MriSSi.mdsv In said' month. nearly qu..r dollar 'ml woiem : library of over Rout)
LiJ -, :"' sppllos'lnn far Isx deed re Issue In soeordf nil tbs following drscr bed personal TaocMaiwi. volumes; chapel .Itl costly t"rol.bln"8.lnol.0Inl, staIned glasaWtndslws
> a no* with law ''Salil 'rsrtlflcate 'embraces pert, lo-witi pro. D _I.c"tM. Toll pointings a ) 0 t'le G.vm..slnm with complete. J. OAIRNS
/' I "' \\n : Pt"perl) .ltll.I..1 0. apparstueasn eaclosta Athletic '', ".running t I k. ""I. aourtsr baseball / ; .
'-l_/'I j 110, ; I rt. "Ia ......"./ ". da.It..W.1 : I Alldfths reception. vo'wn.llvingmnta.halIIlh.ary l..: dUnionrt end gridiron, brsldes s >I"mlnl. rnlf. rnwlnv and i Iber."nrl..pa.;
Wnd ee\m and kitchen DRESSEDAND
leepli rnom. for and In'ormorlei fur < bemlstrv .
,' 'ecaB, lowiiahip. .ae..21. a rate buildings men women; Pbvs.Ics
-. r 4 I., \' Tse Said land being ssssisud at the date all furniture picture,and rpets furnishings rugs brio, toeti.y'"-brao>. with a. ,tall fnn M I pr-t. -.an BnclerMflgT" Minerology and ll'ukwyt several 1rgousu'mu. _ni ehnps La HCelling -
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Of flactrio steam cement w s, mauls .d
: nl the" losunm of : ; : = Uobte. el.&rO Il. b..t DV. ROUGH
> scab eenlfloate In tbe.. the fnrnUblniis soil acm4oles now ,In .- .I 'nu-s, spacious campus, .brnbber. >.1| socla'', literary and others' 'intents', ,
[ ,,r. nd(9.1J.Il.ldr., the renlrtenoe nl the defendants located f.roP/"M'
oIIIIIIMO'Ull on ; Hubs erne lecture_ and not 'bo
.1 Tsemeel sbeordln, to- l lew .bits lISA and lilA of tbe Assessor's plat of ; bealthful and tbe expenses Mct.r.. ". teaching.. h..lonS ,'Floorrnf"'Sldln-, ana
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(;', t lwitetbereonoatbe29udday' _\ Otmand Beach us. niHd h* the Anneaanr f 1li 1.6.' baDtllltn.views. folders and InfortnsUou. ,lo.dt. the I Door I'rae Newel Post*, } ; etc..
ff'j' ;. ..Voltiala onimty. and pord'd In th" .. bib aI IM GfO. .I'IC. Groves and HneriesJ specialty
,\ .lIJl'lUltal. and .seal l records of Volusla. county Fluiida." smebyk ,7 :XiNCoLH-JIULLEY; : ,A.W., Ph.,.D.,:D Uin .w "' 4 ,I-, .II" D.I906.' _L _._. W. O..JUssier >t.p. B8. .

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