The Volusia County record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087347/00061
 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00061
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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DeLand, Florida. THE T'NTI1.E' s'r f) C K. O FDry I 'r't' "

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Will Practice iu all LAW State and Federal Goods

DELAND.Court FLORIDA Millinery, Clothing: ; .

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Florida. Shoes Furnishing Goods Hats Etc.Of .c


DeLand in Brush, Florida.Block, F. P. McELROY, DeLand, Fla., is now in the hands of

Will Practice in State and Federal


if PHYSICIAN DEMAND.AND FLORIDA.BtTROEON, World's Greatest Bargain GiversHe

Office at residence, Indiana avenue,
next to Court House.
Office Hours: 9 to 13 a to 4, and 7 to 8.

'"RS. VIDA Z. BAEKECKE, M. D. has closed his doors. St" ck is DOOMED and must go. On account of the unseasonable weather and being overstocked with 525,000 worth of.up-to-date Dry

Goods Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, etc., on hand. The Stock Must Go. WAIT WATCH, WAIT until
Office DELANO on "EiMt New- FLORIDA.York Avenue, Thursday, February 23, at 9 O'clock A. M.


When the most tremendous sale of Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Furnishing Goods etc., will RX> for far less than the cost of production. Nothing re.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. resved. The tock must be turned into money. His Loss Is Your Gain. $1.00 WILL GO AS FAR AS $3.00. This will be the greatest sale that ever occurred in

Office Second Door South of Fisher's this town or county. F. P. McElroy, after years,. DeLand's most reliable Dry Goods. Millinery, Clothing, Shoe, Hat and Furnishing merchant, bids good-bye to all of his

OFFICE: HOURS 10 Store to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 I DOOMED STOCK forever. All must go.
and 7 to 8 p. m.
DeLand Florida.


Office; In store recently occupied by
Dr. Meilette. Residence 408 j West P1.ICE LIST.
New York Ave.DeLand .

DR. G. R. HUNTER, Clothing. Shoes. Millinery _
Men's Overall anti Jumpers" that sold for 60c., go at Doomed One lot Children's: ,\ Shi.t'R. Hint Kohl for Mc.;) goe.H nt Doomed All LndleV Trimmed, HnM that w HOMO3PATHIC- Price, ..... ....... ,........ ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... 29c !I'rlco .. ... .: .... . .. .. .. .. .. ... . 29c Doomed, Pi-lew . .. ... .. ... . .. .... .. t tAll 19
I One lot Boy's Knee Pants, to at Doomed Price ... .. .. .. ... One lot Hahles/ Shoo go nt Doomed' Price .. . .... .. ... iJidlcs', 1'rl'inmed lints that were $3.00 and $3.BO, go ntjCw
Twenty-eight Years Practice In New J9c Uc48c Doomed Price- .. .... .... . .. .. . .. . .... 69
York Cltynow located opposite CoN One lot Boy's Knee Pant go at Doomed Prices .. .. ... .. .. Ono lot Missed Shoes that uM for $1 1.00 and $1.25;, go nt Doomed All Lndles' Trimmed lints thnt were $400 and $;;.OC(), go nt $ lege Arms New York Ave. Vixits 29c .. ... .. . ... ... .. .. . .. .. ... . .
.. Doomed Piloe '
*2, Including! medicine. Price ... . . ..... .... ... ... ..... ... .
-OHicc hours: B.3iam, 1 30 and 7 to 8 pm One lot Men's Pant that sold for :$f1.2go: at Doomed Price. ... 69c One lot M<>>"'* Oiled Oinln Shoes! that sold for $1.25;;, goes\ nt 69c All Ladles' Untrimmed Shapes go at Doomed Prices

H. D. Doomed,, 1'1.I"e... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ...' .... .. .. .. .... .. .-
QR. One lot Men's Panta that sold for |1.75 and $2.00, go at Doomed One lot 1'1"11'' !Slides\ !hut sold fur $2.00, go lit Doomed Price. Dress Goods
Price .. .: : 98c 98c
DENTIST. One lot Ores Good that sold for 15c.: goes ut Doomed Price. .
lOne lot Youths' Suits that sold tor $5.00, go nt Doomed Price 2.98 Ono lot l.iidlon'' Slippers that sold for UOc., go nt Doomed Price 19c 9C

Office second story McLaurlne Block. sold for 35c.: nt Doomed Price. .
DeLaiK Florida. One lot :Men's and Youths' Suits that sold for $7.50, go at Doom! Ono lot 1.miles" OM'oid Shoes go at Doomed Pilce .. . 69ecue lot Dress Uoods that goes 19C
ed, Price ,....... .,...... ........... .. .. ..., . .. 4.48 .
VCr..USI.COUNTY ABSTRACT, All I I Men's $12.00 Suits, go at Doomed Price .. ...... .. .. .. 6 89 One lot I.nclles Luce, nod Button Shoes that, "sold for $2.00. g" 98 One lot Price Dress Good. .. ... .that. ...sold. ...for.. ..".."..,.c...nod.. (.II.).c..,.goes.... .nt. ..Doomed .. !. 39C
nt Doomed! Price1, . . .. .. ... .. .. . C .
.!. S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, .\ Men's $14.00 Suits, !go at Doomed Price..... .. .. ." .. 7.89 One lot Men's Shoes that_sold for :$1.00, jto, nt Doomed Pi'Ice. 98c Wine nt Serge Doomed Dieas 1 PrlcoZilielinea Goods. .extra... .. wide... ..that. .. ..sold.. ...for. .Cue... .,. .!goesOO@ 39C11
Actuary. that sold for $1.00, got:Ca at Doomed
lot Men's Shoe Hint/ sold for 3.0. go nt Doomed Pi'lee. !
Ab tracto--"of Tlt1 .. 'Telescopes Suit Cases and Trunks alfgo at Doomed Prices. J.98 i
100 W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand.Fla. __'_-= =. .,:,_,=_ ... All Ladies' Suitings and Skirtings go at Doomed Prices;

CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF Hen's Furnishings. Embroideries and Laces. )1"I'I'ol'l I WnlatlnK9, that sold for 35c., go nt Doomed Pi'Ice. 23C

One lot Men's Red Blue 'and White handkerchiefs at Doomed Ont lot KmluolderleM: go nt Doom..ttl'l'lce... ... .. ... .. .. .. -
3c 3C
E. HAYWARD 'Price '... .... .... ........ .. .. .. ... ... ... ... ... Ladies' Furnishings r .
) ,. Agency of the leading- FIre Insurance One lot Men's Hose go at Doomed Price..... ... .. .... .. ... 3c One lot Laces, go nt Doomed Price .. .. .. ... . ..... .. .. 3C one lut I.adie Hnnilkerinlefa go at Doomed Price ..... . 2C
Company of America-The Aetna.
City propersy a Specialty. One lot Men's !How, assorted. colors, t bat sold for 20c., go at :Roc l wide Cornet Cover 1 Embroidery, goes at Doomed, Price, . ..... .. ..... '
No 808, Boulevard, DeLAnd, Fla. Doomed Trice 9c per: jiird ... . . . . .. ... .. . . .. . 19C One lot Lndlen Corsets go at Doomed Price.Ladles' 2pCpc, I
One lot Men's Snsiieiulers' /; ', go at'Doomed' Price::::::::::::::: 6c AH Dress Trimmings..fo at Doomed Prices. One Lit LiidleH' Silk I-'onr-ln-H Ties thAt sold for 25c., go .lit

V. H.. VOO Doomed Prices loomed ... .... .... .... .. ....... \ '
HISt Olio lot Men'. Collars, go nt Doomed Price.One .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. and Children's_ Jackets go at .. ,. Pricelltru Col1ar that sold for '
Jc -- one 'lot -Oer Embroidered
Dentist; t.. Table .Linens" and Towels :.-"'., go nt Doomed Price ." .. .... .. .. .. ... ... ...... .90, I ry
lot Men's Silk Bow Ties that lold'tOI' 23c.(! nt DoomedPi "
Gross Block, DeLand, Flay I lee .. .. .. .... ...... ..... .. ........ .. ... ..... ..... 9c Turkish, Towel that old for 1c. 1-:0: nt Doomed Prices . 6C One 1k'rtlcro. .....'.Ribbed. .... .. .Undervests.. ....... ..and...I I Punts......,. .go...nt. .Doomed...... ipcipc: '

Hours. :'8 80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 OitaIot3feq'sShln'" that sold for $1.00 go at Doomed Price... 39c6c One lot of Towels nt Doomed Price. .. ... . . . . One lot Ladles and Misses Ribbed Union; Suits I go ut Doomud "
go 7c Price ........... .. .. .. .... ..*.. ....... .... .... . I
One lot Men's White Linen! Calhrr.*tbnt sold for lac., go at -=<
SPECIAL' NOTICE''' Doomed Price. .. ... .. ... .., .?...... ....... ........ ..... One tot Tn bin; Cloth' Roinnnnts" thnt sold for HOc.. go nt /DoomedPrice 19C Ribbons
i The,next visit of One lot Men'* Straw Until, go at boomed Price... .. ...... .. 39c98c |per ,)nl ., One lot Silk Ulbbons, will go at Doomed Price.I ,. .. .. .. .. '
i One !lot fled Table Dninusk that sold Cor SOC. goes ut DoometlPrice : 1C
0Iltllotlell'sl'"e'tfIllt.tbl1t.01' < for $2.00, go at Doomed Price : '
THE'' All Tnble' Oil-Cloth that void for 25c.: goes at Doomed Price 16c One- lot Silk Itlbbons that were 10 and.. ...toc.....,.go.lit...., .. .Doontwl...... .' 6c
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tit Ear !lose and Throat 'Surgwn per yaixl Pilce .,..... .. ... .. ...... ..
lot Silk Klbbous that were 25c.: 35c., nod 40c. go at Doom-"
Thursday to DeLand.March will be Qth. Perfumes 1 Soaps and Toilet Articles. 15c.: jnrd-wlde White )10111'1I11110001 at Doomed Price .. .. ...-.. t 9C One ill Price .. .. ...... .. ..... ...... ......... ..+ .'.. .4%,.. IIC,'

.,,, , ;| foals lot Assorted Perfume.......... .... ...... .. ......... '--== --_-= One lot Infants' Hole, nSSOrtedcolorsl! that were ISO!, go atC 70
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--- _: Milinery.25c. Doomed Price .. .... ..." ; ... ;....,... ,j :.*' .. .....5 .1II

Insure: With ns: One. lot Toilet Soaps that sold for ISc., go at Doomed Price.. 4r. : Child's" Sailors, go At Doomed Price... ....... ..... .... IQC One lot" Ladles'' Hose goes at Doomed,Price ... .. ..,.... .. '7CIIC' 1 ."

Now is the time. One I lot Hair' Pomade. that.sold for 10c., goes at Doomed Price 3c 60c. Child's Straw Hats:' go at Doomed Price...... .. .. .. .. One lot Ladles' Hose that sold for :25c., goes at Doomed PrlieS '
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.SJIt'cashi l losses; I ."
U should, be protected.
n 1 ?* 1 a'mighty'.raoteuiont of all goods-Winter and Slimmer weights-all must go. On account of belug overstocked and owing to ,the nnseusonablo: weather,' I1'P., JlcELKOY. DELAXH'8 MOar Jlt.LlAUI.nlI: : -' -
y.ol1lnaured .. CHANT/ finds'himself right now with $25,000 .00 worth of Dry Goods-Millinery, Clothing Shoes, Huts, Furnishing Goods, etc., ,for Men, ,Women mid. Children. All hove been couibln...d l by U. \V. Urovr .* e.... nail
Every company reliable., will be sold for ,less than cost of Prodnctton.- wilt pay :you to come,l I!: In 15 days. Opening days, Thursday' Friday, Saturday. mid Monday, February !iM: 24th 23th.:; and 27th. Watch for ),'. P. McEU-oy's name.over the door, U you vnlno money. Don't m'-' "'!1" t1lg.uukr.Ntle: Ptwtivcly .,'
yyhl rdoes your policy expire,? c:no goals oldapd, \ no OD..allowed hi store uufil Thhrcday at 9 A. m. ...<,. '' a'n,, .o: ,
> policy' In force?' 1, .> ). -"I ,' \ k' ,,1ft! ,. ir ,
|1.your G. W. G'R' Oiv E S &" C"O. "- .
Telephone number neeQ.l .: 1 .,' '1.1'1, m
INSURANCE'AGENCY. t WANTED:. BO ..Ialeople"? men and women. Apply Wednnuhi.r, afternoon between 8 and iS u',:Iock. *.. / ,P"f I 1 I ''M.W".*' ,"- "'", '
A q "WON '- ": / _..r N. B.I, Merchant IroDt the country" nUUIng.to |nirc-luiw. | nrilotU, uf thin' stork) must call between the hours of 0 and 10 a..m.,,as all other houra.]will.be ,erred for oar retail trade, ; ,trt fw'i

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stained glass windows, and written on the ..:"......> !!": ............".., :...........:!!!!!. .>f!!"....... .'*' .!fI.o-! ...... ..-.,..... ."..-. J;
tablet of their heart. and ours, Is "Pro eC't'e: : : ::_. e:: c-.c-t':, ; : .e::c: II::': IIt'Ii : : ...
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f Deo El Eooleslae." This splendid, foundationIs I- \ t ''hi
for God and the church. This auditorium I WAT1S'&MMILLER
was erected for the I r.o"ol God\ and In' i : \\II
memory ol a little child simplicity our, ... ,
Saviour commended. This Institution was not \ .

created minister to to please splendid the Idleness vanity ,of nor man to nor gratify to. 1HARDWA' '
toto t tII
glory foolish to God: dnd to nIuih..but Imrcli.,to h brlni. II :r RE FURNITURE

those walls could speak how eloquently they, \ "
would resound with the prayers the SIMIKS, suit.
the speeches of hundreds of men and wonrnseeking ; UNDERTAKINGALVROE >
the glory of God and the, wnllare <.I' f ito

Ills church. Other men have labored' : and ye \n .
have entered: 1 Into their labors. Ministers wit.,. toto
received salaries so small that they could, nv ifi AND COMPLETE: : LINE OF HARDWARE.'FTJRNI.
buy food and clothe aulhclent for their needs uud .Ev.. ,
,ij ryllili>K for.-.your homo theficut.atid Latest In'i'
In the
__ went down into their pockets earl
days to give a few dollars, and practiced self the Market .and. our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE! for the
denial In book' and brend so as t" help, tin \II tine clifs of Goods we carry. ,jOnr| Furniture Depi tiu..nt in three toto,

school. Laymen thinking of that kingd .nof ,''i ilncirs north of our HnrdwHi-e, Store, and when in need of anything in .

nod which la In the heart, a thing not "nilerlal our lint we will take plensnru in showing yon tlirouarh either department toto
but spiritual striving., lo make a build, <,ti WH have the goods'yon' need and will elltl..fy''on or jour ,'
na of Cod a house not made with hands eternal toto
In the Heavens, gave ,freely aud 'boiinully : : : it) money bat'k. \

small. but In moat like the instances widow'their mile gilts, It were ailessed \\Ii. Careful Attention. given all Mall Orders.Ii ..

of God, because It cost so much ,
And with their gift these noble souls gathemselves. ':.' UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. toto
This made their gilt a price U/, ,

lees one. Who gives himself with his !Mr. J. A !'siiih a j.ltduale, toto
gift raises the value of his deed to a higlilane. T ,
Others gave their love their labour i.Ui/ of one of the finest Embalming \

and their prayers and this was often all th", Miliusiulte, of thi country, I... III'J' I
could give, but God who look nut on Ihtutward ; tiMi-itH' 1 of this department antI l lwill I
appearance but rather on the heart Uti; give. piompi and rarpful .
honored and accepted their gifts., In tin 1 toto I
early deys. many ups carried the nnmo "I ttlt.-ntioutoeverytetailofthIe "

this University to the throne of God. Main iti work. mt
hearts yearned for Its success. Manv meet
nga were held for Ms Interests in.' ." t>; Funeral Supplies \\Ii
"'w daily many people pray that this Unl.erm.y -
coy redound to t* Glory of (,od. to H1 ':ti' \\Ii
he praise of HI. name, to the good of II"!, Always I in Stock. _- .
kingdom to the salvation of souls and, to the1upbuilding ,.1 ,,I
of men and women In

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I he Charter granted by the legislature t __ u
his University was entitled. "An act to incorporate .
an Institution of learning Its ob. FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING -
ect "shall be to promote the general interests -
r of education and to quality its students to

engage. in. the. learned__.,,, __ professions__, 0_ "u or_other___o employments __.. Use Painter's' Simon Pure Special No. 1 1.All 1.
Ol coo iw u.n.
society UIBVIIHIKV' ,.
irably i and usefully the" various dutiea of life, The Loving; Cup Presented to Mr. Stetson by the Citizens of

The and DeLand's Benefactor. It provide for the. appointment of a faculty
DeLand at the Arms March 7th
College 1904.
the erection of buildings the establishment ,
under the Follow-
Simon Pure is
Special Shipped
of Colleges. and Schools, the purchase of ,.
libraries and apparatus, the opening of labor- -

atones and museums. the institution of a sy- Commencement programmes. Dr. Harper President of the University ing Tag.
of labor gymnaatic or other exercises -
era mantle. University convocationa.
ENTHUSIASM DELAND PEOPLE the elaboration of courses of study lead. Special day. I of Chicago stood the dangerous

lag to degree These are enlightened conceptions These are some of the forms in which the operation performed ou him last Wednes
of education. To realise them. the Ideals find expression.
trustees were) endowed with large power. THE IDEALS THEMSELVES.The day,'aa operation he said that would SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1
Her in DeLaad it was located and here to
'. OVER ACTION BOARD TRUSTEES DeLand it has attracted people of the finest locals proper of this University are kill him.COUNTY.
texture and culture. It 'ie a great blessing.At spiritual ...cnc... They embrace all that -- MANUFACTURED BY ,
and Influence cannot be estimated is good and true and beautiful honor and integrity -

It is power a city set on a hill. It is a light thatcannot in business, sincerity and candor in the TECIIERSSSOUTIOS.. E. O. 'PAINTER FERTILIZER COflPANY
be hid. All honor to the men and social life' purity: and sweetness of speech,
women who founded It. to the men and women strength and steadiness of purpose, holiness. The Teachers Are Holding Their Annual -
all honor to the men who yesterday agreed and righteousness of life, .kindness and gentleness JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
that this light should not be) put out, that the of manner patience and perseverance Session Today.
Outburst of Joy by the Big Crowd at the labor of 3.erd.3.hould not peiuh today in good and works, fidelity sud devotion to Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals.
who organized it and developed it, to th. men duty sanity nobility of mind Serenityand
and women who have constituted Its faculties simplicity. :: of? aouU Sympathy: and love The annual session of the County -- ._, --
to the men and women who have given 01 for mankind. reverence for God and respect Teachers Association is being held at GUARANTEED( ANALYSIS. .
Auditorium.The their large amounts and small and for *elf joy and gladness in ones work obe. DeLand today with most of the teachersof v
have below, dience, to law and loyalty to truth self control Ammonia. actual' and potentliil.. not less. than..2 per cent
S that the toil of those woo gone "
the in
should not be in vain. Citizens, yesterdaythe / for the glory of God and self denial for county attendance and. taking Derlvil. from Sulphate ol Ammonia.PtVanli .
Trustees, of this Institution generously rose the welfare of others, freedom from ignorance part in the interesting exercises.. These (K 2UI.) water gullible not less tb n. .. Iii per cent ,

to a great occasion and for the future let ua courage in face of danger, strength In I Itlm. meetings are helpful to the teachers as Available I'huo"b"rlo Aclil not less than . .. ........ . ..." fa per cent I
hope that the foundations of this institution .. of trial courtesy and grace in iriend- well as an incentive to advance tbe InaM.ilile rbiwi'liorlo' Acid not less thnn.... ..... .. .... 1 per cent ,
may be broadened and strengthened by their ship, gratitude for the love of one's neigh.bore. standard of the schools of the county MoUture, at 21i Kulnenheit. exceeding[ .... .. ..t. S ier cent
Presentation Exercises---Dr. Hulley's Address--./Immense efforts. Years ago when the brave peopleof of Our the Ideals contemplate the the achievements and to better prepare the teachers to Chlorine not exceeding . .. . .......

Leyden resisted to the point of death altar the liberties race of our principles fathers of the Christianity right discharge the honorable duties devolvingupon This Fertilizer", Is madolYum Sulphate of Ammonia, Sulphate' uf Potash a011D

Chaudion Hall. eign foe and the government rewarded them uses of wealth and privilege, the asolved Boneblack 1
Crowd at Reception at with a choice between perpetual exemption spread of tb..m.Dr. .
knowledge ,
from.the payment? of taxes or the foundation. 01 throughout:: the whole earth peace the r1iv and lnnmi>nr I Lincoln Hulley, President of the
-- a unlveraity tory coose a un.v..I13n.3/ and perfection of p"ili.nd' ; ; Stetson will the
did well and so arose the University of Ley. ness in the individual.The power. unselfish I' University, address Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida. )r
teachers this Friday afternoon in the
den. It ha bad a great and glorious history. ,
Ae" The Record went to press last I The exercises closed with Dr. linIley'sreport Us noble work reaches to the ends of the stored in biological museums.laboratories and collections High School Auditorium, where the Write for Special Cash Discounts.

and address, which we give in earth. So may it be with regard to this Uni.veraity. All University functions. sessions are being held
Friday morning happiest
one full below-one of the best ever given the wisdom. May and it long generosity endure of a monument its founders.to The Glee recitation Club drills.concerts.The It is proving one of the most important E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY, '
events in the history of DeLand was and interesting meetings
in the Auditorium better Class tests, reviews and examinations.
none re-
passing-the enthusiasm of oar people W. have within tbe organisation of the University University receptions and at homes. held by the teachers of the county. The JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. '
ceived.At four Colleges and five schools. The The field sports and athletic session will close today. There were no
over the restoration of Mr. Stetson to the close of these exercises Dr. College of Liberal Arts is affiliated with the The college paper. games. schools opened in the county Thursday
the head of the Board of Trustees of University of Chicago and there is not a high The fusia rehearsals.
Halley announced that a reception er standard in the South. Pro rata creditis The dramatic entertainments or Friday the scholars having a vaca- .
the University and his name appearing wonld be held at Cbandoin that nightin given in either institution for work dons The arts and crafts in the shops. tion. The teachers however. get pay o.
on "the Administration Committee a in the other. This ought to be a matter of Home rules and social hours. while attending the Association the
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson, that great pride to :you. The children of Florida The president's discipline same as if they were at home teaching.Memorial / WJXI-IAM KOLMON
majority of which i Is In hearty sympathy have at their doors the highest educetionalstandard. College traditions and customa. ,
Mr. Stetson was too tired to out 0"lIIard
come : : :: : ::
the school. The .. The College r of Law Is modelled' THE BUILDINGS.
with the benefactor of
but wonld be there in spirit and heart after that of the University of Michigan. It.Professors Another embodiment of our ideals is the Meetlu?. Dealer in New and Second Hand Furniture I ,

enthusiasm was practically universal There was hardly standing room at are Law graduates of distinguished buildings of the University. Under commen Last Friday afternoon at tbe same I ,
ability, high standing and experience. Their seal and In their .
sincere and heartfeltIn corporate capacity, the
among our people Chaudoin Hall that night; it v as the graduates are admitted to practice law In the Trustees have purchased land put up buildings hour that the statute of Frances J!* DeLand. and I
Its expressionThe court of Florida without examination. Thereis and secured I' is Willard was being received by Congress i Orange Citya..
vote' on bis restoration was largest reception ever held at this place no single influence. In. the State of Florida, now housed in lc: :idinllhn: a spaciouscampus for its place in Statuary: Hall, the De- *j* I
our people and hundreds of visitors probably' that I* doing I so mush to exalt the These
buildings embody some of Land Woman's Christian Union .
was and furniture and house
Are in need to
; expect purchase general
last 18 for hiui and 6 for ; you
given week legal profession a* the Stetson College of the finest types of architecture. and reflect .the
Ex Oevernor there to pay their respects to the Law. The College of Technology is being artistic taste of those who planned them. The holding its annual memorial service. hold roods for your home? If so visit either one of my stores-DeLand

Jennings. honored guests. In line were Prof. modelled after that of Columbia University workmanship is especially to be commended This is tile seventh service the Union or Orange City-and get my prices and inspect my Stocks. The Best

Mr. Stetson was nominated by Carson introducing Dr. Hnlley Mrs. New York City on Its theoretical side and Not a dishonest nail has been driven. Not a haa held, never having missed the observance Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the goods and the price

Trustee Longdon and fix-Governor after tat of the Massachusetts Institute ol dishonest kin board has found a place here. Rus ,. of Feb. 17th-Miss Willard's will suit you, or your money back. I have jmt the goods you need. !
Stetson! and Mrs. Hnlley receiving, and Technology Boston on its practical side.The in his !stones of Venice, direct alienJ -
Jennlngs4iouiinated by Trustee Ducan new dean of this College has already J to< what he calls lying architecture Heavenly Hirtb ay. I My Second Hand. Goods Departments at both stores, are complete

U. Fletcher. The vote on thA two nominations the great cumber manifested the true proved himself I a valuable addition l to the Builders in Italy without conscience put Readings were given by Mrs. Bollea I and some rare Bargains can be had in these departments. I buy and i iI I
spirit of happiness and gratification. raculty.: The awakened" : industrial life of 1 the defective stone into their work. On the walls Mrs. Farr, Aim. Newton, Mrs. Niver sell second hand household (foods. Don't forget to give me a call. .
as near as we could learn, wan State of Florida will feel the quickening influence of the great cathedrals, Tintoretta and others I I. ISI
Buahnell's orchestra furnished ninsio of this College. It is already giving painted their inspired" The de Mrs. Alfoid. :Mrs G H. buiiley: of DeLand and Orange City.
.. follows I
: the big dining room was thrown open courses In Civil. Electrical! and Mechanical fective. stone has ., hl dnr.o'd: the gl'v-' : New York contributed a very fine paceron WM. KOLMON ,

1 Stetson-Longdon. Search Painter. for One refreshments Engineering and In Manual Training 'The ing pictures have perished That is lying" Miss Willard public life which I. n .!. .
served and it waa Business College, through its membership In architecture. There la none here. The build was greatly enjoyed.
: Wrlgbc, Stevens. Clabe Outs Hnlley. toward midnight when the departingof the Eastern. League, is pledged to the highestand er who wrought In the construction of these Jill
Hamlin H. A. DeLand, Dr. Moore strictest standards oi business. education. buildings, put conscience into his work and Mra. Pattou read a temperance poem
guests took place.Dr. It. work is very efficient. It gives. courses in God blessed the labor of his hands, and for very effectively; and all joined in several
Stetson Sparkman. Halley is doing a great work at bookkeeping, stenography, telegraphy typewriting years to come they will stand a noble monu White Ribbon Songs. 4>&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&$:&& -5&: >e:

W. I{. commercial business ment of his noble heart. I refer
JennlngFletcber., Stewart law arithmetic.the to John T. i;
the Institution. The school is CI.k. After the
in fine verv nleaaant hour's cm-
common English branches and all related
: in person and voting the proxies of B. condition enjoying a most prosperous subjects. The Academy the Normal School THE INDWELLING SPIRIT. gram tbe energetic' new 'president: ill> Never Before WW t till

, F. Camp Johu F. Forbes R. S. Mo- with the largest attendance in its the Practice School the Art School and the But what Is the University and where n Mrs. May served cocoa wafers cake,
Arthur. B E. Hontley W. S. Jennings year Music School are ell fully equipped and crcorganized the University and white ribbons and "over the tea > .
.1 history and the class of work better for the highest kind of work. Everyone Books and brick and buildings do .
not con cups" delightful social Lour Have carried
a was M t we a more W
1 E. B. /Solomon:! F. B. Moody. who haa broad views of education must stitute a University. They are only Its
and of a very high; standard. The influence be in fullest nal spent while arrangements were completed
. Trustees Hobson and Law were sympathy the pedagogical symbols. They make an appeal to the W Complete Stock of (
too surrounding the students ideals that have been brought together here eye as visible tangible things of sense, but to Rive a reception to the coun ty Sw
:\ absent aOll'were not represented. It IK indeed refined and For the information of the public I may say the reality is not a thing of sense The true teachers on tbe evening of the 2Jrd.: ?t t\ Sfl
spiritual that the Professors doing the work University Is
of these
a thing of the spirit .
U Maid had they been the votewonld and -
present every care is given theu, and the departments this year, hold degrees from soul are not tangible. Those spiritual. ... (f> ct FURNITURE .. <
have been Stetson 18 0 Utrecht Holland, the sences that Farmer Hopkins Coming.
Jennings University ot Chicago I spoke of come nearer to be
t': It reported the streets Tbars parent or guardian at home can rest in Harvarci. Yale Dartmouth, Wesleyan J was on the supreme! confidence that their sons! Columbia (N. Yj), Wake Forest the University sonahty. It gathers to itself many elements Farmer Hopkins who can bring ; for home-the latest In style-the best '
." ; day night that Mr. Stetson who has of Pennsylvania, Bucknell Bryn Mawr. of strength. It manifests itself in many ways. more laughs from an audience than any Everything your flw(t 1
< been indisposed. Ht his winter home and daughters artreceiving a mother'sor the University of Michigan Dennison University It stalks abroad through the land muttering man in bin fluid of work will be at the 9\ that is made. We want to take you through this department >
father's attention at the Institution. Albert College, Ontario and other col. lies or uttering prophecies of truth. Having a High School Auditorium next Tuesday of our Store You will find the ffoodn you want and
t I GlHen." since bis arrival from Philadelphia leges and universities of great fame. personality it has character. It is good or bad. M t at prices that
There are forty-eight teachers employed it blesses or curses. those who under night, February 28th and the promise

over a month ago wonld make the beat that can be bad; they The central THE essential CURRICULUM.thing( about the university I.- influence. It helps or hinders come the right' The Its is made that there will be more fun for W CAN'T BE DUPLICATED w
f. the effort to be present at the Presentation I I. the curriculum.. That scheme of University is not all In DeLand. It centers the price than ever had in the town. A
exercises Friday morning. receive pay commensurate to the fine study is what we are her for. It has tak.nover. here. but the University goes wherever its laugh every minute. The scenery will t 0111111111111111.1111"1. w.

i service rendered hence it Is expensive a thousand years to elaborate it. It has Trustees. Its patrons, its alumni it* studentsgo. be superb and every act clean and in 9W m
The band was out the next morning not been an thing to devise It reaches out into many states. These S
easy of
to ran such an institution on such a course men and teres"nTbe/ Pitlsbnrg Pa., Leader Undertakers and Embalmers r.
a the :
women are University
,f and In the Cannons New England buckboard high scale. ablest study. thinkers The work of our has taken race have centuries.toiled Tho embody its Ideals, they hold In their keep.They says of Old Farner Hopkins: t\t w t :

.. drawn by four white horses, ac its details. By means of It. we hope to over real- ing its honor and they discharge sacred "At the Opera House last night that i\ w .
Few Universities of the South trust before
;; companied by many of our people in are as lie the purposes for which the University the University. :the does people: its As rtn organic unity Irresistible and quaint comedy, Old if: Full Line of Fine Goods :
well in fine founded Every mem (t>
equipped buildings was It Is firmly embedded In the
4 teams went ont to ,"Gillen" to escort ap- of ber is necessary for the performance of some Farmer Hopkins kept a large audiencein hand.
things. These fine
,4< Mr. Stetson to the Auditorium. Mr paratna appointments and facilities grown about it and in part embody buildings it. have The e..ar3that function. To the be a members healthy organism it Is nee- good humor for three straight nonra." (fW t} Always on !t r rg
few bave abler or more experienced instructors curriculum should be student's first healthy. The
every o
. Stetson was taken by surprise at the than are found at the John B. cern. All things else are side issues, good matriculation note every student. of students admitted Is .a ould serious be thing All g:; : '.
long parade approaching bin home. The enough as side Issues out still side issues. uloted. They should be metric of Florida will be In bloom now J. F. ALLEN & CO. |
Stetson University. The beet that Those who neglect the curriculum. fail. in the Fitness for put on probation. soon and the mails will be fragrant
j, parade came down New York Ave. to membership In such an organism
very thing for which a university stands. with the bloom sent North W
. could should be orange ,
had and proved.
." Boulevard, thence to the University, money get was on such Some people have the insane delusion that ot our high I Ideals Only should those wear who ore worthy visitors to friends. ...............c.............._......._..........._. 'iJo.tfI! !!! _. ......C _....._...,.
basis Mr. Stetson has worked since his it I i. the last thing that should receive : our badges ... : ': :eoeoeoeoC': : : : : : :.
h.adedby the band then Mr. Stetxon's attention bold I our degrees, carry our marks of, distinc: -eo: : eot; C' eo C; "" t':eo:eoi :,:-
. Those who
- have weak heads
name has been connected with the in argue that ion, or call our beloved University their be- .
No Gloss
Paint Made
l' carriage, followed by teams extending a man should cultivate his social nature while nigned mother. '
stitntion; be has put over a half million In college. 'They advise. it even at the expenseof
back I wo' blocks. Old Glory waved THE TEACHERS.In will wear as long as Devoe's. No others
a person' studies Social la d. .
dollars in it and has it power a
given bia con. are as heavy bodied because Devoe'
slrable thing to have, but
from number of home in honor of a college does not In the opinion of
'c4, stant thought and care. that the young exist for that purpose. There are many things teacher that many educators. II I. the weigh 8 to 8 ounces more to the pint. '
'I thehappy.vent. useful In life. that it I I. no business of a col :leads really snakes the :;bth' and: this Sold by O. W. Fisher.
men and women of Florida should have ma to speak of another ideal. of TSLE. w.
It was 10 o'clock and the beautiful lege to teach. It stands for the curricul...... !be Unlveral.y. The teacher does j I
the best that could be had. He is one This i I. essential. All else I. Incidental. The part ol the University. Mark a I
:I Auditorium was already packed with a curriculum. Hop. (
of Florida's benefactor., especially a impart knowledge and discipline kin College on a log in the woods, Illustrates Letter to S. A. Wood ... I
':: crowd never before seen there awaiting It develops the latent powers of the mind. that. No influence from I
r. io
benefactor to the youth of the State. quickens their activities, sharpens i In ', life apart a parent' so : JJ Manufacturer) of 1:
iN potent anyone as the Alexander Fla.
the arrival of Institution's benefactor them. ;. 1I..dIJ:: teacher's. DeLand '
'. Hi. good deeds his noble works pere It embodies most of the '. the Great, in all his c i spoke \
and DeLand best .friend. The go Seekers after truth always find God and they of his teacher Aristotle and made collections;: S Box Material
' L band diiect to the homes of the people the find freedom too. They come into possessionof I for him to help on tha philosopher's work. I Dear Sir: When-yon can buy paint for Orange PineappleCratesf Peach =
. 04 f preceded Mr. Stetson and themselves. They slip from the : less tban Devoe; don't; save
. children in preparing them. for bondage of Stetson UnIversity has a strong teaching force. your money
' party into the building and occupied a the slaves. Y* shall know the truth and the I desire to place on record before you my Mr Aaron higgins., Flalneeld If J, S Crates, Qrange and Peach Baskets, StraWberry :
in conflict of life, developing' their mental truth shall make. you Ir... The truth free high appreciation of the forty.eight' personsengaged always used 13 gallons of paint forliis .
section the Aa Mr. Stetson
gallery. and spiritual faculties and such work u* all from auperatition. error prejudice Ig In carrying on the work of teach house; Devoe took 11. 5 Baskets etc. :' Y. '
norance. The curriculum give light and ing in this ,
accompanied by Dr. Halle,. Mr. Search University. No one could ask for I
and deeds leave. an indestructible We. It shall be bulwarked and buttressed better Mr Ezra Rathmell. Willlam Pa
monument by faculty. They are noble men and port, :
. and a number of the professors, entered a rich legacy to bis name every influence possible. women of God. They have shown marked devotion .always ailed 111 Devoe took 9. | Orders Filled Promptly and shipped'"Any-
tha! Auditorium the band ployed apopaw. ADJUNCTS TO THE CURRICULUM. to duty. They have guarded: well 1 the j
It was a blessed day for the Uni i fine ideals of the) University and have discharged Mr Burt Young Olrard Pa always
-.. rob and man woman Tha fine Ideals of the University are chiefly I used for certain took S where. '
; every varsity Thursday and a fortunateone embodied In the curriculum but they are not their trusts with fidelity: and spirit. a gallon rooms; .l> :t
and child arose, and handkerchiefs, bats ell there. You are to be congratulated on their efficiency !. half as much Devoe.
for the town in which it is They are to be found in many ol
and umbrellas were waving a de the Institution that have grown round the faith and hop.high and character.good works.They are They full love of ,, Mr Nathaniel Barber' itenton,! NY, .I 'Add,...* ::
.- Hnlley' delivered the following of th. University. Latin Greek, German the University. bought 12 Devoe; used less than 8. '
They shirk
monstratlon never before witnessed in French no duty. They Wl
Spanish Algebra, :
; Geometry = BOND
Trigonometry give themselves 0. E
address: Calculus They have been i You can always buy paint for less ,
have ; Chemistry,
,ohisia* bounty. There been larger Physics, Mechanic car.f"l13cho..n out of thousands. of applicants .
*, Astronomy; Botany Zoology Gaol for I than Devoe; don't; save your money. ...
TUB IDEALS OF THE UNIVERSITY. positions here. These the choice
,. ones 111,Florida but none more sincere ogy and Geography: History Economics. Po ;ml. They have natural ability' are, excellent i 1'be wearing counts the same way. := ake Helen Fla. :
$ more genuine 'from a grateful people. f.adl.s and Gentlemen litlcal Science and Sociology; Ethics, 111.... training. and right experience. There are no and doubles tbe difference. ...
j Allow me to tender to you the heartieat w.t Psychology| Literature, Rhetoric old fogies them.
The !gallery v as, "packed,.tCOo' and all com to these .,,_.... This I. an occasion' ,lc.Jd.n Oratory) Law, Technology, I able to do amxng the work All None are In physically full vigor un-of '1 be cost of painting Is by the gallon. ..... .. .. .. .. J'
01 ilgnincance In the history .. this in MusIc and Art-these the Weute .
Joined *.deuiousl ration never bestowed greet are great subjectsof I their best year paint costs moat; most gallo08.I
.tHutlon Presentation. Day I. the (reateettttr the curriculum. They open And In .
up many now conclusion JC summon all
n you
more heartily upon a i-itiaen of tbla la our. calendar. It becomes deeply *(fnlfieanl world. Th truth a* It is in Mathematics" to the work.. Let u* look forward and not I ,Yours- truly
HtaM .:Mrs. Stetson 'was Interested tone at this time _u.. of tbe 1_. to God. So.doe* the truth In Science. i backward. Let u* talk the University up and F W DEVOE ie Co
O'I.o the Board of<< Trustees yesterday.On curriculum. Among these Institutions allow not down. Let u* advertise its strength end New Yoi kG BOND LUMBER COMPANY.
apactatot In tire audience sharing In occasion In this I noble presence, in.it.ing me to mention not its weakness Let us count our I -
L the love. and esteem bestowed upon her your moet serious consideration I propose Th. Star Lecture ComTh **. and not our misfortunes. Let us .bl..lna.1 W Fisher sells our paint.
to put before yon the ideate of the John B. Vesper Service. what we have rather then whet have Will
husband by tb people of their Southern Stetson University. 'Th... Ideale Involve thereligious Th* Physical Culture.. We have a great University great In Its conception not. I --0 quote you price and supply yon from their yards near the depot at DeLa;-

'! bom .It >WM,.some, minutes before principles: underlying all our work; The Beautiful Campua.. .great In Its development with a vigor I. FOR SAL the best cypress and
..J : the organisation: of the University. In Its Th. Elocution Classes for special drill. and a vitality and an enthusiasm about' it that .. Floofu :iJi
'* tbla eiithnalnnn. .nbool<1..l. ,when Prof .."..... schools and colleges; th. curricula of The Social and Fraternal. Organisations. are great. I summon you Gentlemen Lumbar Ceiling : egs TarblnU

Mortal touched the key to the pipe 4tudiee; the buildings, and apparatua; the Tke literary social meeting the Board of Trustees, beloved fellow _.m.1 Rare lu Lands ,
great I Bargain Bearing
&; hen of .
y character of the teachers* the) traditions and The architectural feature of the building the faculty alumni and students sn4
: Organ. playing1 the Halleluiah Chorus. social terms, and the informing. spirit of the Th. oratorleal __ Mends all I aayv to the work of building. the i Grove and Home. SHINGLES, LATH ETC. I
j- '' whole The debatingclubs.. walls of this spiritual city and tug
1 *
Mr- Stetson& wae too movh affected to Vint, the religious principle. This University Th* monthly organ ...taJa. bleeelng. of ...*._ Jest upon ib* work. 160 acres bf land 50 of which in clear All Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere In thBON'T .

:;...other than an acknowledgement was banded in the. prayer: and sacrifices Th* chapel eaureUe*. Friday, night toe reception at Obantlolu eel. 10 In tine cypress timber- atauruw'rtn _

shown aim. of aoble men and women who consecrated Th. faculty eommlrteer work. boll Tens attended by betweenfive bearing oranges 11100 house All the -
01 to* respect '
themselves) to the cause of Christ. On The religion gatherings. and six hundred Messrs. I
people. be had for FOROmi
k ,' .Vb.a followed 'i impromptu speaking their hneea they asked Cod. to bless the efforta. Th. Bibl. study cI...... above property. can $1200,
.. .. .. srTkefjir' '. Colton and, Caraou..wera niagtarV'OjCcoreraonlrn. JTot...tlo.JaINIDi.t tJJa mvnM "ww Work1.
1 the* wore malrtag ta> hi. ) a Bath of light s.iniMnL'- "" """ Job
ot :.lre ...iuiw. l tMMaUftby.. } cteeWHght : 'We.DO
In the dsrltncA.> TIle matte engraved. da the Tb. library privilege and TIT. and Mrs Hulley --J.L NUOKOL8, _

;' Dd rbs, ..!o4 $h. professors.. |.al of tha University, spelled oat la our The art. exhibits. aud MM. Stetson received the gueoU. DtjLand Fl* .


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THE VOttisiA bOtfNTY

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS.THE I Fresh line Garden Seeds at Flt ber'e Mrs Kilkoffl arrived from Washington ',
the first of the week to attend the m
f We are now having some genuine
Old Settlers and visit
Meeting to her

IMPORTANT: NEWS IIRM.: OF Florida Garden weather.Seeds of all kinds, Fresh and I II I brother Mr. G. A. Dreka. 00 FOUNTAIN'S Clothing, Furnishings and Sboe Stose.. .

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bagott, prominent
THE PAST!! W ElK. I guaranteed, at Fisher's.
people of Elk Rapids, Mich., are m
G. A. Dreka & Co. The DeLand postofHue is doing the at the Putnam. They formerly ownedan i A\ Walk Overs. r
Local and .......t7 Item rue tea .. oiJ.'*, biggest business in its history orange grove at DeLeon Springs. "" 1', J

r Pp.r--Brl.l Mention a'' "."t. w I IP Mr. John B. Odum was here from the Mr. Fisher ,'),'' i" ,
occupying one of the *:'..'.", ,
awn b mr New Line I90J
are now offering at greatly reduced FOR! SALE-Two good mules. Ap- bought the Stoddard lot west of the 1 ;

prices following lots of P W. 8. Taylor, Denitst.Brill's ply to W. M. Best, DeLand, Fla. May home on Mlnnesoda Ave., and Oxfords in, I

P new stationery Is fine. Brill has a specially good and* heavy will at once erect a double dwelling Black and

Winter p Watermelon seeds at Fisher's. ladies' hose at "3 pair for a quarter." house
F Several showery days this week Roses and Violets at Rosecrof. West The St. Elmo has installed a piano Russet.

invite to investigate Dr. Mollette's Remedied at Allen's. Rich Ave., DeLand, Fla. 1-21-8m that plays itself. You drop a nicle in
cordially you the slot and it will give you fine music, 'it
Rooms to let. 203 s. Bonlevard. Mm Mrs. A. H. Woodall returned Satur
these goods and A. E Allen. day from Palatka, where she visited a one piece; repeating it! It ia a handsome Best Ladies Shoes I
and ornamental instrument, and is entertaining
dDt prices befare investing. r; The DpLand liveries are doing an Imp friend. the customers of the St. '
mense business. Editor Johnston and Master Paul and Best

They call your attention to Dr. MonHon Is again himself, and is Miss Virginiaeot down to Orlando Elmo all day.-...-- ChIdlerenShoesat

to the following prices: attending to his patientsMr Thursdayafteaoooo. FLORIDA. m -

Mr. J. W. Smock has the
and Mr*. M. M. Bond were Lake

Men's $20.00 Suits at $15-75 P Helen visitors to DeLand Saturday. vington property occupied Voorhis Ave.by Mr. Haines Yel- I never grid have sand Keen ill, Florida such Kll/bl.Oreaml Innd, ; m FOUNTAINS Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe Store. |

.. 15,00 ,. 12 oo The growers are busy putting tile on You look to tbe East end you look to the
Mrs, L. [West, G1E8: Bm>x$3P/8 BBB
A. Fndger came from Jacksonville } t m
998 in line condition : .
? 12.50I2.OO orange groves for out And far and, near at the eye may rest,
9.98 Ii' the first of the week to attend A billow, an ocean, a world of sand.
? crop.Mr. the Old Settlers Meeting. -- --.
10.00 11 Emmet Goodman and Meter of But Here and oueans are measures poor --
7.75 For Hucb endless tracts of sand
Read Dreka & Co's galore;
new announcement
8.00 ? 6 OD: Ellzabethtown, Ky., are visiting Mr, this week. They are offering Its W. O. Watts and That enter nto Its value true,
Youths 15.00 11.95 11 family. some very attractive bargains. Hnrwlio cnnnot see inks snowy grains The very best Western and Florida Bids will be received at the office of "
Mrs. Cleaveland ia to enlarge her Fertility washed with growing rains. meats CliO always be had at the Marsh the undersigned, till Monday noon. Mar.
? 12.00 9.50 LUMBER-When in need of rough or Market The choicest Hosts, Steaks 6th. 1UUB, for construction sidewalks
home on Rich Ave and will torn it Into 80 here's to the white the whlte-washei
10.00 6-75 high class dressed Lumber delivered, [Band Chops, Beef, Mutton and Pork. Sausage, : north side of New York avenue and
? a boarding house
I address E. W. Jamison De. The oliiMtoned! bed. of the Howrv land, etc. The standard packed meats on I north side of Rich avenue east of rail-
.. 5.00 .. 3 o5Boys' A .number of our visitors are so Land. Whore tbe gopher mounds In countlessIthronir. hand Try !Marsh's Market and get the road, and on east side Boulevard north \

',' charmed with this section that they are I beet for your home. I end,as per city ordinance. Specifications
and children's Cloth- Ir The total attendance at Stetson now The deepening tcene of the sands prolong ; MARSH BROTHERS. 'and particulars at City Clerk's office
buying property for a winter homo. reaches nearly 375 and the total will Yes, 1 take off my bat to the sun bright 'I S. B. WILSON
ing at corresponding reduc- 11 The time when [Isms, Chairman Street Committee.
orange groves exceed 400( by the time the spring term Which 1 can't help lovlnir lilt Is all sand.
tions. iii can be bad has past. They have ad. begins. II. T. FISHER

vanced 100 per cent within the past Hotel Putnam, Del.and .., Feb, 2J:!,1U05
Our Annual White Goods year. Mrs. J. P. Felt of Emporia and Mrs.J. -----. -
11 A. Harper of Pierson, have been visItors
The : Anilltorliim.
Sale now in progress.New !))1 Mra. Geo. H. Gibby and her niece to the city this week, guests. of At University

mattings just received 11 Mis Laura V. Wood are prominent Mrs. R. J. Bishop The next and fourth event in the University J. H. PAXTON

Boston people at The College Arms for Lyceum Course is announced for ,
Splendid lot Harqmocks; on 11 the season. Mr. A. E. Voyle, a Gainesville attorney next Tuesday night, February 28th,

11 father of law student E. E. when the Ladies of
Mrs. Brooks will render a solo at the Cleaveland Block DeLand.
First Voyle, spent several days in DeLandthe will appear and the DeLand people are' ,
Methodist chnrch Sunday. Her first of the week. assured a very fine entertainment. as ,
11 singing Is greatly enjoyed by the De l
the ladies come very highly recommend '1111''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
The lady student, from Chicago,
11 Land people young ed, never failing/ give their audiences I I

G. A. Dreka & Co. For Sale-Choice city lots Unlveislty who has been mentally unbalanced, is entire satisfection and their money's I Fresh Packed Goods
near -
reported better. Her father arrived worth You should not miss this, one I ,
11 and The College Arms; $150 and from the North yesterday of the best in the present course.
up. John T. Cairns, Contractor and .
Builder. DeLand. Mrs. VV 8. Taylor was the hostess at Judge Stewart's---.-'rultlIlt1ght.- j The Best in the Market. .

11 the meeting ot the Cranford Club
Dr. Odnm Fanning who la taking a The World recently received( from I.
medical coarse at Emory College Oxford Wednesday afternoon at her pretty A. Stewart of DeLand, Fla., through I I am now receiving!!; and opening my Fresh Packed Canned
i home on West N Y. Ave. i (foods, of all from standard. houses which
Ga came down to DeLand Saturday Judge R G. Lyle .\: Co. a box each of I every description,

.- -- for a few days on business. The Marsh Bras, are now delivering oranges and !grapefruit. A letter accompanying I 1 send out only standard articles, and if not as represented
their fine meats at Lake Helen All the fruit Raid it had passed your money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully
Orders taken for Charles Stevens& I through the recent cold snap in Florida i!
selected and of the 1001\)
orders are given careful and prompt at gather.
Co's skirts rain coats suits, etc, at re and The World was requested' to give
tention. Ring np phone 08. It a thorough test and state its con- ,
dnced prices. For style and sample clusions. The World herewith publicly A Fresh Line of Cereals
call on Mrs. H. O. Wood, New York The reception given by Mrs E. T, announces that the fruit was thoroughly ,
The Gross Thursday afternoon in honor of tested hv the entire office force from I
Ave.Last i Breakfast] Foods Kiscusts Crackers und Cakes right!
College.Arms { Fancy !;
Wednesday, the anniversary her guests was largely attended, and a editor! to copy boy and received a unanimous -
of very pleasant occasion it was verdict of "all right."-N. Y. I from the Factories, and the !best you ever had, carefully selected -
Washington's birth, was a legal;( World, Feb. 16. for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.
holiday, and the bank did not open for The McElroy store has been crowded Judge Stewart has lots of the grapefruit I

business, and the postorace keeping since Thursday morning with customers left, and is shipping them. This My Line of Fancy Groceries
DeLAND FLORIDA holiday hours. takingadvantage of the big bargains grove is ont in the hammock north of
town The Judge, had 2000 boxes of
There are two things at DeLand offered in the Doomed Price Sale. grapefruit, and oranges the pant season, i Will be found, complete, and no better goods, of a higher;

Opens for Guests December 20 which capture the winter visitors our Fine Specieaa Catalpa at E. II. Hay and. next crop will be double this.Sl'Rl'IIISEl1'1'l1EIR standard, ever went into the homes of the UeLand people,

beautiful shelled streets and sidewalk ward's Nurseries. You want them for - --- and I want you to call and inspect these goods I oiler to the

and the thousands of beautiful water I fence posts. Buy your budded. Pecan : FIUEMIS. people, give me an order and you will continue to have the

oak shade trees. I trees at this nursery: you cannot do Marriage of Miss I.I 11 ID McHiiiuild and goods thereafter sent to your home.

Under the management of JOHN Q. HOLLAND All the oranges in the Stetson shed better. Mr. Arthur E.: Vojle. ,
Honest Goods, Full Weight,Careful Attention Prompt Delivery
at present of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAxEr were saved by fires daring the January The peach orchards. are in full bloom, :Miss Lillie McDonald< daughter cf
manager freeze, and very little of the crop has and a big crop Is promised. Mr. Mace, :Mr.\ and IDi s. R. D. McDonald of this

: HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron yet been shipped to market. The College the large crchardiat at Lake Helen, has place, and Mr. Arthur E. Voyle of Phone J. H. PAXTON.
Gainesville were quietly married at i. 7o
dack Mountains.) For rates and other information .- Arms is supplied daily with this 40 acres now in full bloom, and it is a the Baptist parsonage late Friday after- .

fruit. beautiful sight. noon last, giving their friend a surprise.
before November 15 to Mr. Holland I
apply, .
Sir. John T. Cairns, the sawmill man, Hon. Thomas J. Sparkman one of
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. \ after that date MR. contractor and builder, is one of the Volnsla's Representatives in the State The couple then went to the Turner --- -------- --------- ------

tHOLLAND can be addressed at busiest men at DeLand. He has a large Legislature, and Mr. McDanlel were phoned House to where Mr. and supper Mrs.was McDonald had, then that ........ ,.,..iiii..,.... ,,.. .
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force employed, and has closed contracts however jf7 .
bere the first of the week from Port they were married. The couple
to keep his mill and force busy to way Orange on bmlnena. intended! to go before the parentsof !11 W
in the summer the bride and went np to the McDonald m. '
THE COLLEGE, ARMS Mrs. Elmer McBride entertained at home during the evening A %
Mrs. Arnold, daughter of Gen. Hit six-handed enchnrx Wednesday night, reconciliation was had and. the.bride and! '! Choice Lot Fresh jg't

DeLand, Florida and niece of Stonewall Jackson, guest two tables. .Her guests enjoyed a fine groom remained there until Saturday: \J,
at the Olive Branch has night when they left for Gainesville.On .
purchased the lunchfton after the and
game very .
number of the
Saturday evening a
Jamison home on Voorhis Ave., the pleasant evening passed. friends. of the bride called and an informal | Garden Seed for M

sale being made through Real Estate Up-to-date service and the finest reception was held, followed with
Agent John Nnckols. refreshments.
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quality of meats are two principal
......aow.ns n..wn---- Methodist Mr. William Laws, the sawmill man I factors in the winter comforts of the The bride in the only daughter of Mr. ill
I Episcopal Church !Sooth.! and !Mrs McDonald and. has spent the .:; Sprin Planting
I The Rev. Fred'k./ Pasco, D. D., pre- of Orange City, was at the county seat people of DeLand You will find these most of her clays here the family mov- *
AT THE CHURCHES I siding elder of the East Coast District on business Monday. Mr. Laws says, at the White Front Market Phone Ate. Ing here from Ohio fifteen years aifo. \,J,1'
that hie mill is She has a large circle of friends at De-
turning ont large
--M ltaMV. *-- will preach next Sunday morning and Rev. Father Dolan of St.: Augustine! Lond hose congratulations are heartily m FISHER'SIi
of lumber
and has at
At the Presbyterian Church. night at the Methodist Episcopal orders bas been appointed rector of St. Peters extended. They also congratulate the \Ii
that will
take him
Church South, on Rich Avenne. A to fill. Catholic Church of this city. Father groom: upon his good fortune in capturing ill its

cordial invitation is extended to all Mrs. Swift of the Olive Branch, has Dolan arrived in DeLand Monlayao.l. one of the fair daughters of DeLand.Mr. .

The Dr. Fo Kingdom ter'. discourse," will at be the the morning themeof without other church engagements to turned down over 200 applications for will celebrate mass" Sunday at the usual a student. Voyle of the is a law promising department young of man Stetson -, jl'1'----.-.-.-.-.-._._._.--.-._,_.-._.-. '.'.-w.
attend these services. accommodations since January 1st hour.
service and at 7:80 and is of one the oand prominent
"Where Art
p m. Last week she had 80 applications by; Capt. George W. Jenkins, proprietor! families of Gainesville. They return .
Thou. Christian Endeavor at 6:80 Services! at the Catholic Chnrch. --- --
p. mail for accommodations. She will of the Maplewood Inn, Ellzabethtown, this week and will reside in DeLand
m. All are cordially invited to attendall Mass every Sunday until further have to enlarge the .during the college; years Mr. Voyle
popular Olive New York, spent a few day at The
his in law.
these services. notice at 10 a. m. sermon during mass.! Branch. completing course
Evening service at 7:80: ; lecture on College Arms this week. He Is one of To them the Record extends Its best

n !Service! at the First M. E. Church. Catholic doctrine. All questions on Many visitors spending the winter the popular hotel men of the Adiron- wishes and congratulations. W. A. ALLEN &: CO
here have
same answered. Mass on week days ul been visiting other. nt dacks. -- --
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Preaching at 11.. m. and 7.80p.: m- '7 a. m. All are cordially. invited' of Florida, and are unanimous in their I ATTEMVTEUSl'ICIDE)
Ex-Mayor O. F. Fish has Bold his
Topic for morning: "Take Heed Therefore Tbe regular mass temperance meeting praise! DeLand. that it Is decidedly the Druggists and Jewelers.
large lot, home and furniture to Mr. -
How Ye Unfortunate (Girl from Spring Hear. under the auspices of the Women's prettiest and most attractive city in the Thompson of New York The consideration I

Junior Epworth League at 8 p. m. Christian Temperance Union will be State, and the beet at which to pans the was $4,100, the sale being made Section Takes I'arU Green. Drugs! ,
Epworth League 6:45 p. m. winter months. 1
held in the Presbyterian church the
Mr on through Real Estate Agent John I Mice Linle Reed, sixteen old, Stationery
Richard T. Brooks will render a Picnic parties, by visitors will years
be the
evening of March 5th. Dr. Foster will Nnckols.
whose foster mother lives in the ;
1 Spring Candies
olo at the morning, service. 1 18t. deliver the address, and all tbe other order of the day now for the balance of: No town in the has better or I Garden section was at DeLand last Huyler's ,
State Kodak
pastors will assist in tbe services Miss the season A delightful day can be roads Tuesday visiting at the home of Mr. Supplies
Barnabas' Church.St. Crawford arranging some special mnsio passed at DeLeon Springs, Blue Springs, more fine shell for automobiles, James Hunter west of town. She was Florida Souvenirs,
for the wheeling and driving than DeLand. in town in the forenoon with a girlfriend
Barnabas' ucca ion. at the
Episcopal Church Feb. sulphur springs, at Enterprise at Toilet
26th Sezagesima Sunday -... You can go SO( miles south, to Lake Hel and told of her intention to Requisites,
: 10 a. m Lake Beresford, Deerfoot Landing,
with herself. She
make purchased Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies
Snoday school 11 Beresford, DeLeon Spring and other
; a m. choral service If DeLand keeps on growing she will Winnemissette or Lake Helen en. parts green for the purpose and Sheriff

with sermon double. her population. in tbe next five Mr. Richards guest at The College places over the the best of road Turner was at once notified by the Clocks,

yearn Arms has at the dock at Lake Beresford An attractive event at DeLand onWasblogtoo" friend. The Sheriff at once hunted her Jewelry,
At the Christian Church. found and her East
captured ou
A DeLand Woman Asks as fine launch as ever entered Florida birthday was the enterlnraent Rich Ave. but not until after a chase. Silverware, .
At the
February Christian 26. Horning Church service Lordaday. 'have. you a floor paint that will last waters. It is 70-feet lonsr, elegantly ; at military euchre by Mrs. C. She WAS taken before Judge McCrory Cut Glass,

Holy Communion at eleven. with two weeks Yes we have Devoe'; it appointed,and he baa h..d.number the Edwin Wright at the pretty Geissinger and told him of her troubles, that her Goods

bas H beautiful floss( and will wear two guests[ of the hotel down there seveval home, East New York Avenue. It wasa life was' an unhappy one, that she was Optical ,
Evening service, s ven thirty. years if properly applied. G. W. Fisher. ill\ treated and life had no pleasures for Fountain Pens Etc.
Preaching by the pastor, C. Prentice I imes for a pleasure cruise on the lake George Washington party with patriotic her. The poison was taken from her, .
Parker. Morning and decorations and favors at all the tables
subject "What Lack river. but not before she had swallowed a
. I Yet Schoolten" subject for evening FOR SALE-Thoroughbred White Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitmore were pretty reminders of the holiday. small quantity\ of it. about a spoon full, NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
Bible of
A. M ,Leghorn cockerels, months old
. Christian Endeavor seven
There were five tables the honors she said. She was showing; no effects of .
six forty-fire p. M. You are $1.00. Eggs for hatching $1 per dozen Rochester, N. Y., arrived the fiat, of it and was sent out to the Hunter home :
, cordially invited to these services. |Throop Poultry Farm. Enterprise) Fla. the weak and are visiting Hon. O. A. to Mrs. Knowles. Mrs. W. A. Allen and !Soon: after reaching: there sjie !became

i l Redman and family. They all took the Irs, E. L. McBride. Very delicious re- quite ill and Dr. Mnnson was phoned I I
I round reshments were served and each guest for. When he reached there she was"

: IFFFFFFFFa FFFFFf ...................... .......... trip to Jacksonville this week via.St. was presented, as a souvenir :a, decorated quite ill, but had not taken sufficient
I Johns River steamer. Mr. Whit- block filled quantity to kill her. Dr. Mnnson at- r
cherry-wood with cherles -
; more is a prominent contractor of tended her. and she was soon over the
I :* Are you looking for us? Rochester and attached to which was a unique effects of the poison.
little hatchet. She hAs ron away from home several HALF THE TOWN

I YES! i If thte 1 tourist season keeps on increasing Mr. E. O. Painter was here from times giving as a reason that she was
DeLand most provide more ,abused and made miserable. The family
:SU = accommodations to care for them. A acbsonvllle Wednesday attending the moved into the section sometime ago.
Pioneer Settlers Annual Re-Union ont Very little is known of the !girl at De. la painted withMASURY'S
5 We are looking for all who seek the $ umber of new houses have already I
at the Club grounds. Mr. Painter left Land and the mother doubtless has a
J MOST DELECTABLE been decided upon to go np during the at The Record office samples of the story to tell.
{ summer, and many more will doubtless s e q
ranges from the box which took
BON 'BONS. be decided upon} Substantial, modern John I Is
J Happy.
:= | the $110. prize offered by the Painter
for rent Is investment
a good
*.. Never before has our stock been complete as at DeLand. 'ert.. Co. for the best boxes of oranges Editor of the Record: 4

I r:!;' S it i is today ; all of the daintiest Sweetmeats to be grown by the Simon Pure brand. They I wish to register my happy feeling 4
n.... has satisfaction the action of the PAiNT
been some profitable deals over
had from.the finest were grown by Mr. W. 8. Hart of Palntlne.Now.'MASURY'S
!JJ marts '. J made in DeLand real estate this winter.A Trustees In the restoration of Hon. The Other Half Need' i
Largest lot high grade Marsh Mallows: Barain in 5 few weeki Mrs. Isabella Coulter Hawks[ Park on trees which have had no John B. Stetson to the head of the Boardof lasts from two to flva'times aa long as other kinds." .rJ.
! purchasing them. Worth 6Octl. pound ;will sell for ? ago other fertiliser the past twelve years Trustees of the Stetson University. '

. S the holidays at 20cts. ; $ bought a lot on New York Ave., west except: Simon Pure. They are the It[ is i indeed a deserved compliment to FOR SALE iW' >
? of the Floral Gro/e the great. benefactor of DeLand and of ,
* and she has since rattiest, sweetest and finest flavored ; ..
:; I been offered nearly the ammonnl eh.paid the University and may a kind Provi-
FUDQER'S PALACE OF SWEETS. 5 ranges we ever saw. Simon Pure will dence give him strength and long life to
( for the property for one half of it. grout such fruit, and it never falls, and help to guide the destiny of an institution WATTS &MILLER. i '

Irs. Coulter contemplate the erectionof It; does as much for the trees it does that ia a credit to oar state rnl
'-"M........................"........................."...........................;11 a nice house on the property. for the quality of the fruit. as UNCLE:JOHN Ik AUJJUQHT'' ..,


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TEMS. OF'INTEUEHT WAFTED TO Major Brenna is reported to b Inol'l YOUR COMPLEXION! ot It .. 10 Bxpenalvo That M I

Knured In th, Poe offliw, at ,Demand. Fl.; THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS better. I I -- -. ..Mom. R..!. Va,. :. '

f r 'i e. aootinil oliuM matter. t'OKHESl'ONDKNTS. The Trnes have a brand new sign on l> TK.M DUN, VIlE). II SYSTEMHoly In ""tbe'biy country two Industries l

their house IN THE come help agriculture-namely, sllt) {

b-" H._ ., rUEYATTt< df-r: Proprietor Pierson. The Orange City Hotel turned away SATINOLA.The raising and lacquer. >To name"dnr.lone}
district, the villages along"theNnkaF
a party of sixteen: last week. Misa.:, March 94 1903
I". i 1 1:7.: Sprlng railroads Tennessee sendo have gained much by jnodernimprovementa *;
)., Mrs Evans. and sinter McCurily i fVyaWf .. s
; An egg famine; 'i is the. latest, S T Smith of Olunwood was in town from Virginia are the 1\191. of The UiiPiiniled| Jleniitlllcr some twelve .ago a Dumb bandscontracted I Bilk raising. The I -'jfJ ***1
/ Snnday gnests of parents and family. Trues. gneiits fee and fors of lacquer tree may possibly have been, *"" POTATOES
f The barn
f Lnnuncemet. ry GOOD
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,, : blood and skin diseases. I carried S.S.S.in imported from China, as1 so1 ;"many
:: ; ; tprmers inaylix k for I a better Dr George Kerr went to Barbervllle The new chicken bonne on French my commissary and Rave it to my hand Other trees and plant. were, but It certainly 7 BRING FANCY PRICES

'. ?b Sunday 'on business of a (>rof"II..lonal Ave is a daisy, It is the property of J with moat gratifying r.u\ can recommend was known and used ln"Jupnn 'I I..'ofl Te must tow contain a ira plenty cmi,ol of Pouih.(good potatoes, time
season.xi nature.
L True. S. S. S. as the totMalaria liirnlpl, lettuce
Tomnnm. melnni.cabigo
t" _, chill and fever; well al at avery early period We are used -fn liri, all vrrouihM feii, >ov lann quapti-
Bad, colds nre still on the go: and Mr Markham IK .
building a new thinking of It only. silutos Potash from she eud bupplyIth
: : Governor Broward's Jlu"stlget their loud of lH rlppn with them blood and skin das.. W.I.1c t 'I
carry (( parking house in the rear ot his 1.,1 I that Cod much more besides,

\ *" to the1 Legislature: to meet j in night and day. ,llnce, I greatly from Bolls, which plain lacquer bowls and trays are,almost 1otash

I ApriIwilL4eaJargeIy with the Mrs W Woodurd, of Bakorabtirg Miss Florence Frantz a rou,11 of .ufer out on different parts of my necessities) of dally life. They

departed Wedneitdny, for New Hmyrnato Miss Heebner, ia down on a visit to her body. I saw S. S. S. advertised and after raise mot of what la used In certain nlty br the una ?#lertlllicra ettntnlnlnfirt

pjt..9 j : (' .draiiiiniK, :, the, Ever- visit a son and dnnirhtei. friend. using about three bottles I was cr. provinces, but Tokyo Imports I good *Mutter latt and that mora 1O profitable per c.nt.yi itctiial.Ua urt l>sum uta,. h.10

"ptacles.; The Cade home folk enjoyed two Mr E T Gross and Mrs and for the last three years have deal of Juice to be ,manufactured I 'Vbonlpui
rlnnOl8PI' Our not fldvertlilnir ctrculnn
_.. days vixlt from two beautiful, siHtern. over last calling on RI.t trouble whatever. A. W. ZBBBR. there.The. pfimphlet: ppvriiil*furlllicera are but Canton viln-
t''r": '. Women in KUIIHUH. will lm\t'\ Mrs. Salley ClarliHOti. au I :Mla-t Uel.i'nC'tnle Mrs Flnney.Chlckxnpox. 11rs t I 217 Read St., Evansville- Ind. tree Is a specious of rims,'closely al.lp l ] lufnq.ttlou.. 'Writ.now.OIRMAN to.lirmar. bent Iroo lur lhaiJutie. .

i;, :full -Citizenship, hi' that (Stale of Luke Helen.A I in t tnu schim mob. Tim Duxiei I began using you S. S. probably ten allied to our poison ivy and having the KALI WORKS

caravan of 5 wunotm of Otp" have Elizabeth years ago for Malaria and, .blood troubles, annie power to produce an Irritating tllaw Vork-455'Nmmasmi Street, orAtlntmu
.' after this year. remains to be I fortnne tellers and horse tni'lora' were "bllre. it haIIRnllttl. ';_ ,+ and it proved 8 good that I have continued rasa, on tie skin. The workers get over Ce.South Braid St.
I" in town last week They hid uoimt I/II// since it, thin however, and do not have It
k seen whether < they'' ,will, line it There were an hundred cords of wood I ,\. lr J, ever using aa a family
\ splendid looking consumed the Gamblegrove remedy. I Is a pleasure for me torecom again, but they say that people sometimes -- --- -- --.- -- -.- .
F '-: !anyietsroolisily! Cadet Harmon Onnter, one of the this winter.in protecting ArKW nnp'lcctlons' will remote tan I mend S. S. for the benefit of others get It from handling bowls or Notice of for Tax'Deed tinder

.., ..; <\=: stndents of the University of Florida ..nl'o' 'hUBn and ri, bti re the beauIj who are needing a first rate blood purifier, trays which have not been dried long Appleltlon 4888, LAWSof
; 'U\t;\( r the Illinois l law, bigamist was at home to spend a little Reason! The fro/ (pond near Mr Harden"s I ot)< mh I' tonic and cure for Malaria. enough I Chapter

with the home folk lust.. week. stable Ave IH something for SY'llNOL I la u IH'W clo'ovlry. Arkansas City Ark. C. C. IlBMrNCWAY Florla .
InAr To get the the farmer cuts a Notli
sap that
e 'Rtpon
P 'Iloeircunnot txTieverely punish- our city dads to be proud of ',"IlI., 1\d \' r..lllled, lab".v given Tarpen
1"1. 101. notch In the side of each tree and 'lnuC'>, puiobnscr tax tenIth'Hto' No 1JH5.
Two friends Mrs J ,
enjoy an outing iemti\e I' I'lmplea Livem' t*, Boils, abscesses sores, dark yellow aft
\ "ed. A fit punishnient'would P Felt of Emporiit and Mrs J A Harperof Euchre Club wet last Tuesday nlbt; H\'k.h.nlo" '.no, II.I'olo.ulolll) and splotches and debility are some o of the .1 a time a thick Juice oozes out; dated 7til dnv 01,Juno I IMH.( bus filed ( .idOem'tIic'uite .
lu olllce, ai d bus made
& to deliver him into: the hands of this place departed' Friday for a, ton owing to the 11"lnnl'"B of the 1 11,01"nl'llg JI'IIII.| ry s symptoms of this miserable disease the farmer goes around with a wooden for tax deed to Issue In HI cordanoe appllontlon
days' sojourn with friends in DeLand only tour tables were played. 11 WONt In iOchua AI'r S. S. S. counteracts and from the the Into Said
Iris surviving wives. ,these dileina:' ,, me renio\en tbo hkll i removes spatula gathering drops a pail wltl I"\ c Air and !Mrs Arthnr Law of New Several Orange City ladies have been Ii" '"'It, dear b'ti.t1. y Hiitl" l I'ullni.I wi blood all impurities I wl keep for a long while, but must 11. \ng d arrl bed initialed in
York. spending the winter at )Kinpoii invited to attend a reception at Mrs E 1 rice nn rents, nt t chug nines ties and allowed to up nor to be VOIU.hl foniitj, Florida' lowit
When the legislature meets in with Mrs Law parents Capt Rn.1 Mrs T Gross' in DeLand on Thnrsday.Mr 'J'boIRKndlt. t I ladles 1 testily tothenierltaol builds pIns heated above c'et-taln dr point for It K% ul wJ4, see 8, t|(iCe, r 31e, 8 acres

Ii,: April it'should take up the gooil T )V Drmly was in this place shopping James Gamble wae here on Wednesday Sutinulii. entire guaranteed system.a purely I is- contains a peculiar I acid which causes 0'The'be acid KHiinnre laud nf being such asseBRcd'ertlllcute at the In date tbe

\ !roads ,subject,'and do something Monday. Inspecting his orange grove S S S vegetable remedy the juice to ferment and burden The name of Unknown. Unless
Industrious, Franze A rtoaemrreen, which is under the care of Ed, Coleiuan. lr.o., II. Hvei, writeHe *:- Auuguls.Iamn write for med. pieces that have been varnished must aid ceriJKoate shall lie redeemed ac-
toward the establishment of u 1 1 'Ht 4 t' "I I ran, I trmiitnl, ,I y Bin I tliutttitlnnliiN n law tnx deed I will Issue there-
and the fine tangerine advice therefore be In mild and moist um'III'
owner iiianagerof ical or
State. / Mr and Mrs Widden are guests of the I, the only thllltot fel' did any drie day ol .March A. HMjA.
"- : } !7steinoverthe! grove at this place accompanied by MeMtliiinbl Fenwick. They were down several niv (rnn.ploxlon," My uico special information air. Tokyo August Is usually just 'my"nlll.my. titit'Iui 81lltur I and seal
.. wife, took an outing in Do- winters ago and stopped at "The Trues". nnd bunds weie rmeied, with 'leuklesI about case. right, about 87 degree the llth l day of Tebruary A 1900 "

Exactly- one year after the Land last week UHid two inifkaices of atlnoln M I'l'omplp"lnl The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Oa. A good piece of lacquer bus to be S \M'r. n. JOttDAN. ,
One ,
of fairest
Orange City's daughterswill In now ns while nnd soft
VV the )Methodist.}
Itov A Lowder Clerk (; Voltisl.
most carefully made. In tbe first place, "
tbat i iMbv I CI'cnl 1\.t cnlt.J.lnrldlNotlca
be to prominent 1 a
/great fire in ,Baltimore the pastor filled his regular appointment, probably Darrie.1 a too highly "clnnoL rlOOlmCl1Hnlnol. and then varnished with layer after
Baltimore ,niercllu'moved into preaching here Sunday morning! and gentleman the 11"llle" bloom in dried and of 'Application for Tax Deed
: June. layer, each being
....enlnl(... Those who were present to NATIONAL TOILET CO., polsbe Uuiler, Section 8 of Chapter 4888,
i' its !nv bu lding. Pretty activ.e hear this popular pulpit' entertainer, Oak and French Ayes have dome PARIS KNN FOR SALE before the next goes on. Laws of Florida.

\ forLa old journal of 'JH1: years.' were not disappointed his address. pretty signs near Mr Frank Taylor's ---- ments mixed with It give sed, black or Notice Is hereby, given that Osteen' Turpentine

f P' place, good, for other streets Sold, In DoLnnd, by W. A. AI.LEN A CO. green. To apply gold a wash of varnish Co, purchaser fax Certili"ate No 11iL,
I IY example
The of this
: *' -- people vicinity In Town of
.. j" yonng to follow and, till I ,lr"glals.l'I..hh'ltllllngllotol.. Several Choice Lots is laid where the design Is to be dated 2 tlav June, 1MMI. bas tiled, sold certIIIoate .
: ; :'old idea delightfully enjmed a candy drawingat leudlul has
The of our grandmothers lu I liuationTor
Fla. and the gold powder sprinkled on from my ap)>
tile home of Jlr and Mrs C K JonesMonday I The Monday nftetnoon Whist Club Orange City tax deed to t'I\ :: I lu dunce will
that and wile i hollow bamboo stick with a fine :
tIC a man evening cumpliiiieiitary to met at Mrs St John's this week. The The undersigned places the mar n law. Said ueitltluate the follow.
can Jive jointly on less than :Mimes Jennie RII.11IllIa: Oililay, highest honors w..reou by Mrs Finney ket at attractive price, several upon choice sieve over the end. When it Is 'dry I hug desn.lbl.prpert.eHunle,1, In Volusiauountyi
banning young lady< guests trouiEtmtls. Htul Mrs :Morse. Orcnionle lots in Orange City.. Florida, consisting must be r"amlebo "nd rcpollshoU ,' .Mi Ida, ".WIL'S
either of them can live .epari te.I over nil processes Ne'Ji BCO i H, tp 11)8) r SL'e. 40 acres
There waa nn entertainment nt For the above occasuinn round trip of four 2j acre lots. centrally located al ,\\wy.
I&:, 1 ly is not suited to our present "Hello there Emporia. is Miss Miitle Library Hall last Wednesday night entitled tickets. will be sold by the Atlantic and fronting on prominent streets jf the I fine piece way on for '1'le..llalld' b..lnir asnesned( he lute of

". method( of living.Congressman ., :Miner and Miss Annie MoDongull. .lit "An Kveiiinx at The Trnes"lIIore Count. Line from all points to Washing town. They are admirably located for months. even jears. Nnturally this Is Unknown. such Lnless ce'tllloato nuld In certificate tbe name

the phone? Say l ladle", those .depot about it next week. big .and return at one fare plus twenty residences and sufficiently large for not the kiwi thnt Is pronnred for foreign shall li mo ncofrdlnx f> law. t.x'e..ed.1
i [,Ictnrea and tattooing are mire itiaxulh-!: five cents, and for military cnmpanieanil garden and swI\1 frnit orchards. I will "pol't, for people nbroud will not n.'emCI Illr,on on Ibe IBlh of
Lamar of the cent that yon took Friday nfternmm.Jim. Wednesday v Washington's birthday bla.e bands in uniform, twenty or sell these great bargian.. 'Vi pay for It.-Anun C. IlnttsLorne loChuutauquau. D.. HK>A.
Third District is making quite : John and Henry .aay so and dipt and all) people who had US flags mOle on one party ticket one cent pe Bell singly or all .a lump. Wit< tss nit ollli lal fflgnnturn and seal
ar Smith ia on their bond. bad them out Among those displayedwere mile pur-capita In each direction. sale made easy for purchaser.. Here w thIs time llth day .KelA, l>. I'H'/l'/

national. record for a new member :Mrs Morgan etijojeda, welcome an,'. at Dr Robinson 8, The )Fenwick These tickets wi be Hold March let, a rare chance for some one to own choice \:1',1.I .11'( lltiAN

of (Congress. He is to the prise banqnet on her arrival buck t,) her House S :M Morse and others 2nd "DI 8rd. Returning ticket locations for winter home In" town otbt'e of involution. .Clerk rirculr COI I. V : County Flu

winter borne. A large number of friends, There has been a dissolution of mullet be validated, in 'VHllbinlton not flm0l1 for its healthy surroundings and ,' Notice' lab'-iel'V given thit the pailner-
front on all important' questions were at her elegant residence on Lake. partetirship between Mr Laws & T M later than March 8rh. ) .. pure mineral water, taking first premium shIp lately. e' iotiumur hotuoen (IPOIKB W, Notice of Application for Tax Deed

f, t before Congress.. Hester at Etnpuna Wednesday e\emug Aldridge. They have' had two men \11; started' 01 date of validation, except for its medicinal properties at the c"ml..1 and K.: W", .tnmlvnn' im mler 111" Under Sections 1"of CImpler 48tS,

and l celebrated the ttth anniversary of taking an inventory thiH week Mr upon payment of one ((1100)( ) dollar the St. Louis World's Fair ii I of'a", pud, II'nlnwl I WHS' LawB of Fliiridtt. ,

The. Swayne: impeachment her winter visits from her Birmingham! !: Aldridge will withdraw and, return to [ and by depositing ticket bpreiaAirent 1.01 particulars address dissolved A, I). lir on nitituiil'Hi" t I,',i',ill dnv. tie suimi' ,ny GeorgeW. I1 HI,) Notice, !I. It'm'eb'gi en Hi it, U I I' .'ulnlll

Alabama, home. Mrs Morgan still kxiks bis home in Jacksonville.Mr I Waxhinvton, not later than C. 11. MOTSIN'OKH, r tl'lng'ols"n'fiom tlio firm All puichn- ,' c'h T"> ( oitlllciiu-, \ .
t case is yet before, the Senate, yonng and very cliarming/ sw: > p. in of March Hth 1IHH, oxrention 908 Dims Street, Memphis, Tenn ,"rolnel tho auld p'Mtno snip" me" t" fbfl ''-' E C Rust and Miss! Strange owlniio
went be arranged until :March 18thr i I ( "', mill k 'B "sdo
W. 111u"
i. le 'oniluon .
but it is to end next --'-- said aid all .
expected Jim L Bailey the handsome telegraph down the river to Jacksonville on This is an opportunity that none dnmandion\'be J to hpnrenerrtd Hppllunll n for < > '-lie In i cinidanuu -

week. A partisan.spirit has operator and depot "It"nt..t. thin (place, Wednesday to meet a friend, who is should mlll. The attractions of t-> him sl"l tor "plrl'el'htJole' H til ..' bald .III'"I'.ln".r''a,I '
and Miss Ada Bookie)'. one of Emporia'swretect. comlnl down to visit Mrs Rust. They ington are more numerous than Wah.any A Spoiled Dinner. W.ICAMMEIJ.! the til I w'nir' ,h'oll.II'OI"I I i t It oitull..
been injected in 'the, cjse, and fair eft flowers attended the to Enterprise by CEU.. I.'Yul".IH| enii" >, i 1'111.' :
accompanied other City in America and one could Mine de Mn/nrlii was eccentric JAIICN.Dnled
certainly Sw4 HI- JO, I r toe.io aeti' .
; ,Swayne may come clear. delightful crowning: event February Miss Ro..r.The spend an entire season sight-seeing mid unfoilunate nccordlng to ."e1 10. l"0n. "I ,) I'
hop at Astor. given Friday evening of '1 enltl land heintr nnoefifeil. at the (dut" fHie
I;'.. la..twevk. C'apt Jake Harper and Miss F E C Ry Co have placed a new wlhOu:Pullman ever tiring the sights full I tIme nipuiolrs of Marquise de Creijtiy moss. mIlilt' i'f aucb.,I'erlirtct I te h.II rifineJn
Many officers serving in the Margaret Montgomery. :Mr Lewis\ Wilson. bulletin board on the station at Orange or get She micro gave a reception without IN otice.Not *. l I'. Mil lee. Unlfcs ('elifi-,
information from Atlantic CoastLine .
: City. If in patching the platform they any some accident hnppcolng.beo she rate abs I lie n ile' nuiil ftordinirrii I.w.t.x
t Philippines are said! to be unable ""' Miss Mae Minshew and :MUs Anni.Po..ell ,
not nail a board on of the Accent, or write, cc In beub" .h'Cn th,"it undersigned ,deed will issue tlieienn r the 2 T 1 f
top bud the kitchen tbe II
and others included a
were in thecompany wool wns
)FRANK C stppel' 11\1) .
BOYI.STON.Dictrict .
.M.i'lh. A. IdD'i.
to pay their debts. General leaving the edge projecting lifts bet** n|i'm"| I. C untj \
from this place. ur np Passenger Agent cadmium to catch on Ore. She gave a Jmltte of Vo'o.l.' County. 'l rl.I.. i, ndmlnistiatrlx WII''o"' I' ullliliii, I lv'iiHiuie ntul sun" I
,, .. (9orb l thinks it is because they After spending a portion of last and people wonld not stub their toes and 13S West Bay St.. Jacksonville Florida.Teord's grand fete rhiimripter and In order to or l >"i'-at .lenf \\ h"eli'r I I I Hi Into), 111. tl e :th Oii,. ui' 1 d .Ii, ,\. !I' H'CS
fall. I thrown down
are married and the fact to week befoie with her brother Shephard was myself oleDlgbt make it more realistic sent for a del-eased nnil "I 1'"I'o"n" 111 II.g.100/ SAM'L I)'. .llJttl.tN."
uses and received bruises. lock ,
and severe aitiilUNt the ( palate preterit In. Cluk riietiil Court \ nluuilrt.' I Fin
bis bride in
Haghes .
young of real sheep a heifer nod a shepherd's .
r iIIl\tra\!. : e.hi. objection to junior mud a visit to her sister Mrs Hiram same, dimly nu'henI".tul, loihenndeialKiied. ---------
dog. The flock was to pass behind a with in the time t>i* In- |1mw uili r- Notice nf Applit-ation for Tax Peed Under .

I offi erslDarryiult"hen they hanoother \"e A.Iey W'elberu at assisted Lake Helen.by her Mrs ulster Robert whoaoooinpanied Port Orange.Rev glass screen. An unruly buck smashedthe wise tilt: same will I tie li barred Section 8 of Chapter 41048, Laws

gloss, and the entire flock with the MHv uitisrouAdministratrix
jnonine! ,than their pay."ItrlookS her, ga'e"'er\' enjoyablevalentine nIth..EsI.I.. u of Florida.
r' party at her Washington heifer and, dog rushed In upon the audience IJristol. DeceniidDated I Wl..h.rI Notice luji' pn>\liVf. gIve tl n' O t' ,l-'imnli, if,

just now that all Florida avenue Blakevly place on the evening of C W Rush will preach at the nnd scattered It. Some of the ., I..,Lund, Florid, i, Den'0, I the 14th to a large parry of yonng peo Methodist church next Sunday morn- sheep got access to the supper table, II.J"llh "|,M\ I r.J",-, ,\. !>., jell((', lice II 11(1(

t: will boom the, prevent year, plo Inf. and so there we.'. no refreshments to Notice of Application tot Tax Deed Under cci' .II. ,i, tim" ,'Hi e. anil has nnidf .
I.jdleit'l I f'>r I tax de d I to I in, 'Meeitid. .
t. branches)[ business, and the It is seldom that a large* rattle. snake. Hon Tom Murray, county commissioner peak of. Section 8 Chapter 4888, Lawsof slice, nidi, 1 Ian i 8lul 10"\1, tmb'iiii'M
I can be captured alive and moved three of this district from the described<
f was up Florida f.I\vh'J pofe iv iiuiiiedn
promise ii flattering; fur the fruit miles before being killed, bat honest New Smyrna last week. The Prince of Waterloo. Notice U hereby given\ that E I I. W. m\th.\ \| ; ""nt., "' tnwlt:

J grower, trucker aidfarmer., The Xels Pieriton. his wife ',ud Robert Ben- Black-DrauRht comes After the battle of Waterloo the purchaser O' Tits Certificate' No 4H.I, tinted I.'.t E, sub of 'ot 11, D He)s (Iniiit, see t'H;,
lIett caught a 6-foot 0-rattle tuonater in Mr Drew Bennett was down from near regulating the entire, system Duke of Wellington was created Princeof be 'itl day of June. A. O., 10 2, 101 Shotsaiit'emtmtim'uite tp lOs, r.-nue !:1.,4 at'res
orange and peal'h'trees' are the hammock Tuesdayvhile packing Daytona again last Sunday calling on I and in bealtl than in my oltlfe. and made l.nt K, I I h II. I) lie) I I iriS nt. sec 88,
blooming; heavily, the trees are decorations: for shlpwt'nt. They damped,! his uncle Mr James Vass. I any other medicine It iaalwaja Waterloo and four pensions were application for tax deed In imne, In nu.ordinre .. tp Ills, rHine, \ 3 1, lies I '
f. ready in conferred on him and his descendants. with IHW. Bald 01 rtlHonie embrnce
Ins neck with an alagator book, made Mrs J L wan in Daytona any emergency t Tl'e a.lllanll being .aa,08"III tie. doll
\splem1il.cJnditilm"; ,, and. the fast. and brought him home. They Thursday of Patio dental tat ailments that are frequent A Belgian paper Bt.te that In tbe -the I In Vulusls following< deaorlonl, Flum'itls.p'onertvItuated l.,. ltBwJ4 of the l I.o". (' of 01"1, ( tp In

t: truckers will be- in market inMay' opened him and l found 32 large eggs work done by Dr ha\lnl biliousness ay family, nucli aa indigestion, treat book of the Belgian public debt past'OUlty hull,or gi-J. name of Uen. I Ira) tnl"r,1, i ., .1 A U dyeia. L'nIvvaaaiil .-
colds diarrhoea, and I' Ir."v"no IWY lie rudeonied neon
inside.Mrs. there are four entries every year of .cvtloii 18s. '' si'resmueruamu .. .
,1""' \ with an immense crop. There be another stomach aches ; n""II"'n, law ,, mba ) will losita "i.,,,, n.
Nels Piorwm gave a moot delight. wll line entertainment Thedford's the. myrnents to the Prince of Waterloo l land l'tgeael.' me uate -t':i:; 271i; : 'A.';-I hi 1'' -
RId ewood Hall Wadnes- i.'li"i
t:' .i : tot fri. ndnhit> party Saturday evening Blak.Drlgh 1 They are 80,10 francs 14 centimes, 402 of tae Issuance .ueh oerl11 ats in tbe WitneH. iil'-,
standard seal
lgiu tuie
; present"ti t'a\ ker of day evening, March M. Admission 2"c for nil'ma of A. Jackaon.Unless (lu >
) nver-fing '
I luit-: Flinch was. the game selected for stomach, and kidney francs, francs a centimes and 8 said ceilltioute ahull be tbU tie :'llb da> II V" l b), ,<., !p, ]11101.!
I with eutertainmg the gueVs' and the Capt Lige Mc returned to Sat francs 47 reeeinedaurordlnirlolnw I P J"HPAN.
Brooklyn occupies his wit ex port troubles. It ia a euro for the domes centme. or a total of more tax deel, will Issue,
andwisdom thirty of eel lent game was entertaining exciting urday from a ten.days' cruise down tic ills which so frequently summon tan {3OCI hireun on the 71 l h day .Milrub, AD.' IliO.J. I lurk nil-till 1 Limit. \.1 isle I!, I;.in.ni I>'. Flu..
the seventy and highly The the river with'a -------
( enjoyed choice refreshments party coming over the doctor. It is aa good for children Witness myolUuliil signature Hiid a ol

pages of the. (JoiiKresnioiml! lie- were delirious and delight.' from DeLand. a it is for grown persons. A dose of He Does Go Round Battla. this the 4th da) ol Feb. A. D. 10. Notice of Application for Tux Deed Under .
fully served Mrs Pierson and, her HSilntants medicine will HAM'L I). JORDAN, Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws
t cord published !February 8. Mr.\ Mrs J B Case returned home this tie every day soon At a dinner recently given In London .
\ made this one of the most en week from a ten days visit to hen cue the DOt obstinate case of dyspepsia Clerk Circuit Court Volu.la county Kin. of Florida
; Baker has but a few inure days yable. socials ever given here. It was, daughter, Mrs Allen Trowel, at Fort or constipation, and when an American actor propose the ,-- Notice I.''I'ubIhel Hint Ii f Fanntnir.purohiiser .
in pleasant from beginning to end, Miss Pierce. as directed bringa quick relief. conundrum, "What goes rOlnd a but Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under ") IMpe No.67J. 13.H.
Oougres* and.; lie is trying to Kella Fnren of irbervilla graced the ten ton1" After the problem had been given Section 8 of Cbapter 4888, Laws dated tie, SLit day .5 f 11. 1IIIj bus 11.,1, .
occasion with her Mr Henry has moved his DANTU..I.,Deo.33,hitS Florida.Not em,S file te in n r i nl I aa moo, iippli.cation
"_ .jnake.all Jthe,.!history! possible! in! presence.Onr lorrll Tedtor' Blak-D.a.bO baa been our up by the party be gave the answer. her I inx deed to Isniw fii ,ncrnrfanee
K back Creek and Mr
; the short term that is left him. school is moving onward ant, upward family the section Spruce foreman, baa no otbor. \\ben mar ot yours ne feel and badly WS Want w "A goat." There was a mo lee la hereby (given hit H. D )Flub mmpurt'lisserifTux t, .I l h low Said uertiniiiite eii brutes the ("I.Inwlng l-
with much interest. Friday last tko do.,, and are all rltfht ID (.el.. ment's silence. C.rllcale No 7(14. clatec d deerib'd, rot, priy xlltin'ed In Vulil-
,' ;; I Arbor Day wan observed by raking and. moved his family into the house V4- Wo bave eponft 10'. of mono, for Finally one of tbe women spoke lie 2nd day of l 1 1112.h811pd' slit uuun), Miirldt, 'low It I IiiM

:f:$ ;_ ,: Mitchell\ of Oregon cleaning the house yard etc, and! rated by Mr Morris. with doctor Biaok-DraummfImt.bill, 'but: gob alongjn ia& u. .BADE1 t aa well "Why," she said In a puzzled tone.up. aid' oerllllvate In nit deed i.thVe to at Issue' I.II"In au m..lp, ron.e H flee. .InacieHof,<''f 't) of nJ4 stvU tp 17s, :

i<. wrote letter to'his. planting flowers. Following in the roll\! W S Robertson's boat, the Mallard, apl'U..U.n.IX
a ; partner but Ask your dealer for a, package of "I didn't know they ate buttons.Rarper' i-tr'illuute! emhr'c"a of > of secia to lie,
thaUnited States; attorney; hue of honor for the pant. month: Rob Herbert In charge of Capta Schmidt and Forbes, Tbedford'a Black-Draught and If h. Weekly. the illowlng deaerllicd pioprrty situated rem I J tills ill( 'ai r, H, nwy
.. and Florence Bennett Charlie sailed Friday of last week with a par. does not koep H send 200. The Obattanoog In Volusla county, Floridato-wit: 51,4 f mofnw leclatpl's range Silo
!": it and it will come up in evidence Smith, Mae, Annie. Frank and Eva ty of two gentlemen from the hotel, MedicIne Co. Chattanooga t Lot G, block 34 and V I Holly Hill It) acres )
:MiuHhew, and for two weeks' cruise down the ana a> paokaga will b ;: II. Point of View. ) alii, 'land, assessed
Muray Ivory Hall. Stel'n! a river. : tbe dttv 'l'h.> b..lul at tbe dale
", i aga1tjiiii: ,.: "iU. begins"My ; Home, Lena, Fraukie and Eugene ." "Do you think the world Is growing Ofihe This acid Issuance land of being en b a.seeol,18t In tbe la-, .n"e of inch Ihicate In I Ih. nxme of
Prof Fielding and Miss Mllburn. the cerUlolta
Pioraon .. E bton>. (lo.rge Ktiowla and O Hiiteh-
dear I Hums and Arvid\ Peterson iald .
Judge, am almost popular teachers of Pt Orange school bter1" ameof B. Jl"non. Unln. Unless ..
ii certIficate shaH
John .Id
Fort Janie Woodard, Isaac Powell. IC! I dropped the nick. certificate l-edeemod auoonlliiK tn
,; afraid to write a word as the and the scholars deserve much credit ( .h.11 Issue tlioieon on the Juib I .r"IICtl'd according tn law, tax deed
law. tax
The home of !Mr and Mrs Jake Harper for the delightful entertainment given .1 1 the conductor gave me In change this d"d will thereon on tbe 27 day 01 M ircu
d of M HWfi
scoundrels will misconstrue
everything and distort all that is happy gathering Thursday evening/ last celebratingWashington's birthday.Mr Chicago RecordHerald.OverWork bin the ITlb day ol "February, 1WS8M'L .. in) olllulnl sIgnature and' a 01 I
this tl e lh or ',
A 3
when a large crowd of yonng folk congregated :: day February. UI
".. I said." to enjoy a progremive peannt Sam Martin informed several Aii( _. Clerk Cl It Court Voluala JUD\N()& .Florldn, SAJI'L J } ,
- -- ---- run onuniy Uloik Circuit Court Fla.
I'"rty. Tbe entertainment was given friends that taut Sunday was hU birth. yoltts a county,
t... alld.h i in honor and complimentary to the fir..t day, but hinted to no one how manyof Weakens I 1- -- ---- --
.1 Ooxey,. :\urmy tried to visit of Miss Jonney M Taylor of PhilaJelphia the occasions he had previously. Your Notice of Apphcatot for .Tax Deed

j,:, march up the Oailtulstep8.) Then to Einporia and Pierson. Everyone celebrated. George Washington was Kidneys. HOBBIES ARE GOOD. Under Chapter 4d88,
born Feb 22d. and Martin the lllth C Laws of )Florida. ,
prinent seemed to enjoy the ouUHulon on ,
: I' a bicyclist was arrested for attempting to thrt utmost and to give justiceto and thla evidently (0') makes Mr Martin Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Ther Aid One In forartttaa Sorrow, Notice I I. hereby given tbat Tui'"pen-

,:- it and now an ex-ball the cold tober mnaio and beantif the oldest. and Th.. help Health. line Co purchaser Tax Certltlonlo No 1'tH: ),

iI,. player of Pennsylvania is going gaines and fortune.telling. It was. long Two young ladles of our village went Allhr blood In your body three passes through Flow'often doe,onu bear the expression. dated' Ilk ,day of.Iunt. A. l n Jil" has ttled
*once minute .
after the clock had chimed l forth the ever .11 1 certificate my made
to to gathering wild flowers one afternoon kidneys are "Ob; that Is So-and-so's appllvatli lor tAX deed to I sue I In aecoid
:t | try run a UShorse'power( bur of midnight ere the happy gneala last your bobby'
week. The flowers of such
were blood fll- spoken rather disparagingly with law Sud cetiftcats embr
they anoe ces
could puririers.
make their minds
,A autonobile'iip .t1 (om. Just be. I to the np host ,and hostess to bid adlen abundance and beauty these young I tar out the waste or tendency of the overage mind to te rcgnrd tbe fuHowliis desuilbed pruperty sllua ed
hospitable who ladles became and, and, I In Volusia county, Florida' towlttNtvy ,
& cause'a few; tiierl'\' fncbanted. Impurities In the blood. a person.who has
hagotten in- had entertained them in such a charm a pronounced
all the had fallen their
they are sick or out Ip 'w, r SIc, 40 atlas
ing way never to be forgotten Thocereceiving 1 enthusiasm ns a species of harmless efnwU..U
to CqyZrfsAPO.emyijy; ; -i8jiot, ,ai frlenin found them, and-the young order they do I The saId land.beliiK .
invatat1ona to f.llo rather to be
the .8Ia.I.llbelllh
pitied. Tbe
grace occoHion truth
ladies had
cay they a nice time. their '" lunntc. jol the ol
i sign-that'/usC anything I"slf"oe o.ub
l\ 'can were Mr and Mra J F certtnote
get Bradley I the matter i la that any one who bas nnraeol ..,.1
p- and Capt Waldo of Chicago now soJonrninx Mr Dorrance wife and daughter Paln..achel.ndrheu any especial fad nertllicatebsil be redeemed Unl'al
1 .pt? .piwl stpei.-"- come excess I l greatly to be envied uoodln. to
came week and as usual, are ,
.. .,' .. ,,_.__.. .- .Vina Ballard at Emporla, Mia. Ada; Mice Hockley.Nell Mann Mice, domlcht! at the Pott Orange Houae. ( of Uric acid In the I as It probably provide more Interest day law,of>'* d .
'; The Grand, Duke Surging of Margaret Montgomery, Miss Jonney is making arrangementsto trouble. blood due to. neglected' I 81d' amusement for IU possessor WI'r."s MI".h.-A.IIIl/my and opal
Taylor also of Ernporia; Miss Bell le begin, at an early date, the erectionof kidney I tban anytbjng else. ,Any decided lotr Ite tbe lltli slay i of Februnry 1".10.
: 5-RtiMr ta iraTftantrkilled* fast Faren' ; Miss Myrtle Bailey Mice. Mary a line residence on the river front, heart Kidney beats trouble, and causes quick or unsteady I I est la life whether It J by 8A&i'i. 0. JOHDVN.
Harper Mlra Eala Farrell Col Jamea L corner Dunlawton avenue the lot for one feel a though the name of an occupation Clark Clroult Courl'ulutiu Ci IT,
: Y.fl e.t.h. owin or Is simply lint/, a.
wr k1 t..ltl! merly owned Alexander of they had heart trouble, bcaue heart Is I ,'
White of by Capt
Richmond Va W H an enthusiasm 1
Capt .._ or even mentioned
: bQiPb"IJderl the We Draw All "v".wo.kln. In. *t ... l 1, LmA. > I
;carriage' ; '0iwfrrch HI1U 8 W and Albeit r-.r. .. ''"UJ- .
Bishop of El- Berelford.
o, poisoned blood through velna and arteries. slightingly a. a fad. Is eminently de Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
: .ih &amuT Duk""vA ilrldce. Agent: 8 A Braddock: nf Savllla.Aiat I lovers of music to onr store with onr used be Section 4888 Laws of
,L The firm of Rush & Co. has been It to considered that only urinary .Irbl., I Chapter ,
,z I, tiain"",::"" His Lody- --was-- -torn'" to Breeie J >-Ba Fnren>llay and was Harry awarded Harper.Mlaa first. i dissolved, and la aupercededby Martin superb stock of troubles were to be traced to the kIdneys '. "I have n.v.-seen"a genuine collector Florida -

t : ; after ladies',prize the second prize i & Rast. Mr Rush withdraws and Mr Muslc Instrument but now modern science proves nearly tat Is not happy when be Is al N tlcel- hereby given thbt(. ''>nTiiriPn| .
atomi. all ; was won
,They are. noble' becomes the all constitutional diseases have their .
Mrs L Martin the head of firm, beginning lowe by circumstances to gratify bin tine Co.pun baaerni Tax N<>
J CerlllCBL
.Jmen- ot Russia in sympathy and by Bradley, Bailey Brat gentlemen's associating with him Mr Rast Messrs Don't run all over town looking; I.. it tn kidney trouble., remarked stud" nil, dated 8r,1 I l.y.rull/ IHO,
necktie a nt
prize fancy A dainty tste8. human
Martin and Rast are and Waste of time and money. What If you are sick you can make no mistake baa Hind Mid basnsde .
unnected with the' i resen't .repast waa letved at 10t o'clock. ,, promising young men. and will) no want, l here, and at the right price, ) by first doctoring your kIdneys The nature.,I"and a bent:ID: that direction uppllu.cerldo"poln"m.,1o".nnl tl so

despotic governmet.Iii l n 't'7--- I doubt make a marked success of their J., A. ERICKSON. and the .xraordlnar of Dr. mid should always be encouraged,' ,.It tie curdance wI h trw Said 'H'rlltloates! em
: fine Land For Peach mercantile a curious phase of our humanity thatwe lice't .fulliiwingil scribed, property In
Growing.Land venture. DeLand Swap ot remedy Is Veins .
iiist reforms do. t1'eothere Havana Blocks a con ty, Kluilda, towit.
grant It stands the work dhhlgeuitly.te.make
: for
: highest .
for rent or for sale for growing Capt Brown and hU party left last lon realzed. of the I.wondeuloue Tlslou for pro- Nw4 of e.\i, .fO 0, Ip JOa, f '2r, 40 .cnThmuld .
: ':e \\.f!) t ,'ttl; q q 'teaches. On lAke Lonise, rich and inovucer week bra' cruise down the river in its mol' distressing*" c al-c old our material needs when we) lnndlini,< m..o the data
I Lexabhttb1uughout penchi section about Seville Via. the Uanibal, to be gone several weeks. f .Final ad lalldon ff' and quite neglect to store.up of the h &c. oC suchitertlllea: In lie
Jo} few rods, shipping station. 10 aor The Hanlbal is the flue,' large boat Notice pf Discharge; I by sjldrugglatainftlty.( jjlllllllaV jM-'tjLil.ll mental resources tat Trill interest uuee-uJ te H X\n\ *. .OoleMsaW pr.iu-

rA. ti) ''Iaeount..J; >The lC'p eople- clrared'and'fenced? and ready the by Perry Williams for Capt Notice la horeby- tlveu that the uods" ss.cent and You oneoU.r Iz.l HGSniiftl Bttfe S3 muso us until we are called b.nc.aD rate, shall ho' r.de.uiedaceording lo law

amid ,.; ;. aentativ.eitoer.f1 treeaw \Fine paying orchards surround Brown and his party of friends*: She alined Guardian, of L. Colby may SEffiSyeUjaJBiSStample I Iobble. help 'one to forget sorrow cal deed wlirlwue mher'untnth.' IJI'liunyola. "
.\ ing- Ii' :A choice opportunity for someone baa been under construction now for on tb.l.t day of Marnh.' *. D lCd' present btle by mall BOOMofsmnp-BooT' ad us pleasure In- the ul., M.lb." ,ie90Oa. i. .i' ,I "H .'"
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hI. heal auaninltn the County'Jud-a ol tailing how to find prDL '
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