The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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V.UME XX lL 1 LAND VOLUS1A, CO., FLA., SATURDAY JUNE 2, I td06. NUMBEh'r333' '; .

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professional Carts.: ANCIENT WATER VILLAGES.. Candidate for Degree 'Becbetor 'of' "

Philosophy-Ann 1'ae' J:>Nadtae HMden, 1
Hello, of Old Customs Prevailing Va '
JAMES W. PERKINS III. "Spreennla." DeLand. >'r

One of the most Interesting regions Candidate for Degree 'of Bachelor Y

ATTORNEY and COUNSELORATLAW L In the "old fatherland" Is tile so called of Arts-George Sillier\ Calhoun :Tam- "

: "Spreowald," the forest of the. Spree pal; 'Ida Grace Cramer., Tallahassee; "

DeLand, Florida. situated not fur from thu German cap UNIVERSITY! Koyol' Payne Homlln, DeLand;; Helen T

Will Practice In State and Federal : Itnl In tho province of Brandenburg., Frances Mauvllle, Glen St. ,Mary.;' Bessie

Courts Each village Is a little Venice every Lewis Whltaker. Raleigh, N. Ov ,\
'for Infants Children.' house a* little Island and these Islets % Candidates for' BacbelOl'll' of Law--

STEWART &. ELY, uro conncutuiV by bridges milllc-lently Arthur L. AU-VU, ,lager, +W.'. Va t Pan
OH Pare.Koric.
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor -
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office Dl'ul1Ju1! Soothlug Syrups. It Is IMcwuint. It raised ,to .allow boats to puss under This Year the Carter, Marlanna] Fla.:, George' !) ,W. \

.. contains neither Opium'Jworpliliie nor other Narcotic them. !Most of the houses/ with their Greatest Com Conover,'Jacksonville; Harry O. Dun-

In Bank Building DELAND. mibMtniicc. It destroys! AVorms mid allays Fevcrlshuess.! barns and stables rest on piles and can, Tavares; John\ C.Qramllng., Miami

J Branch office over Postofflott.DAY.'.&'OJNA, It cures Troubles Diarrhea and cures and'"Wind Constipation.Colic. It regulates relieves Teething the- there Is generally a strip of.al'tillcial ; E. F. Dates, DeLand; W,,P., Flo-

1 Flab Stomach and Bowels (rivinghealthy and natural sleep. terra firma either lu Rout or at the mencement in Its History. hell, Branson; David O. Rodgers;,,Tainfa -

-A Cary D. Landis.Bert. The Children's anaceTbe Mother's ITrleiid.! rear of every building. By menus of ; Furman Y. Smith, Alachaai; Arthur '
LANDIS & FISH these land strips nnd of the bridgesthe I E. Voyle, Gainesville.' "
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
slender laud communication Is
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- kept The Academy graduates were ,a*

AT-LAW, > the Signature of throughout the district, but most of the follows:

business and amusement are carriedon Great Crowds Present and Large Numberof Classical Course-James S. Moffatt,

DeLand Florida. through the canals which not only DeLandj James W Rosetorougb. Jr.
Will Practice. State, and Federal / ,
Courts. a form the main highways but penetrate Students Graduate.The DeLand.'

Special facilities for examining and I and cross and recross the whole re Latin Scientific Course-Frances)

-. perfecting land titlesJ # .. glow It Is on these lagoons that all Irene Alcott, DeLand; Ethel T. Ames,
truffle Is conductod .In boats during '
Mdttapolsett, Mass' ; Bmma' A.:Baker,
L. MoCRORY, In Use For Over 30 Years. the period from sprlug when the last commencement exercises at rapid growth and is splendidly equipped eLuiid l
Erwlnna Gaulden
( ....... .. ..u N '" vestiges of frost and Ice are ; DeLand;
Or.' 00. disappear
"N' and
I A,__ _<. .!:.;. Y.Y: :"oo:. Stetson University last five days for the law students. This college Hugh St. C. Geiger, Apopka; Mary
until the end of autumn. You
f f" seethe
i! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW lire attended by enthusiastic crowds of la one of the strongest: In the country. Anunonette Gordon-,' DeLand; Alice
-- -- -- letter currier shoot up and down I
'"."*, friend/ It begins with the closing Its affairs
Ina..tr.otlbl. conducted
Tooth.The are with
rigid DeLand .
A SILLY TOY the canals, performing his duties In his McKinney, ; Helen W. ,Mlx,
|i UeLand, Florida. temple ut :ruKHounia, Jopiiu, con frail craft; tho police glide leisurely concert of the School of Music discipline eel Its product Is an honorto eland; i lErneHtlie. }'.. !rfun.ell.IDrJe,

S lar B, Wright S. B, Wr .bt. Jr, talus tooth a wouderful tradition relic In tho shape of of .ni. War the Toothbrush W.. .( First uloiiK the bunks, watching everything AH the work at this closing concertI this Commonwealth. The large 1'11,1; Mae P. ItyUuul, DeLand
a ,
& WEIGHT the gods pulled from bis jaw say In ono orderto Regarded. going on; peasants bring the products I done by the pupils alone. The great graduating/class made a fine appear. Scientific: Course 'Lily 'May Cleve-
i WRIGHT Colonial diaries and letters/ make it of their toll to the nearest towns children ance at
; the Steinway Grand piano and the class day exercises 'I '
have a weapon with which to dispatch ,, organ; hind'l/eland'August; (. Bodes, 'Ww
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAV7. an Immense cobra. Years ago plain that our unfortunate allceRtorsull'el'ed go to und from school; young fctlll another piano are all brought Into The Stetson Alumni Banquet.-Thils York City; Eva M. Hawley, Daytona; ;'

.- NOTARIES PUBLIO according to the tradition after the much from jumping tooth mothers dressed. In their Sunday requisition. It was a brilliant company annual banquet Is a very pleasing affair Charles F. Ludwig Cleveland, 0.;

O d.... at Telegraph Office.DM tooth had been worshiped by heathen aches swelled faces and the early Ions clothes their ure rowed to church currying that assembled] last Friday to always D. J. Blocker, weU- Wilbur L. Tllden,' Oakland; Ivan P.
In arms\ a enroll AND, FLORIDA.J devotees for centuries a change of sentiment or forrlluc, extraction of teeth which at bundle from which tonrisa\ / eyes In hear this sweet music. Earlier In the known through the state as a preacher, Waterman, Crescent City, ,
took place In regard to the relic. later might have been savedto
a period Is ,
week Miss Eva Baker who graduates president of the Alumni Association Henrietta '
a tiny face stare ut the stranger In Jltentry"Cour ,J.) ,I// .
It was declared to be a fraud and was render their of
i.. rtMCXANDER,. owners many years/ wondel'lIItmt-bllhy In /going to lie baptized In pipe-organ gave an organ recital Kiev Frank Edwards, editor of the Baerecke DeLand;; Oharlee H.,Camp
to and
accordingly ground ,
a powder .
further service. No wonder, since the .
then thrown Into the river. But the an Important moment with tliU alone on the big pipe organ. Southern Witness, was the toast- bell, DeLaud. '

< ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW. particles came together, so the priestssay care of the teeth was llttlu understood strongly/ religious, people.-Technical The Fraternity Banquet.-The Phi muster at the banquet.: It was seen Nomad! Schooisa101D1e: Hampton,

r Ulllce In Brush Block. and again/ formed themselves Intoa and that little often but negligently World Jagu7.II\ Kappa Delta Fraternity gave a delightful that the list of the alumni Is rapidly Sanfor<\; Huetta S. Vaulx; Peyette-

DeLand, Florida. perfect tooth which was found as practiced.Toothpicks were known; the tooth banquet' on the evening of I growing. The dinner brought them villa Ark; Mabel Voyle, Gainesville;

/Tlil Practice In State and Federal perfect a, before the ordeal quietly reposing brush was not. although rough substitutes DREAM MYSTERY. Friday last In their beautiful chapter' together. The Stetson Alumni ere I Clevle' Rich, Daytona.
In the bed of the river. After
Court # were employed made of flattened room. A large number of Invited rising to prominence all over the state School of Mechanical Arts4I1phM.
this miracle the "temple of the sacred The EventM That fay Be Cro"e"Into.
tt. G. A. DAVIS tooth" which had also been destroyed sticks split and pounded at one end n Few Stcundn. guests were present George C. Cal- It Is not necessary for anybody to go'' Broadwell, ,West Palm Beach.
by the unbelievers was rebuilt and the to a stiff, fibrous fringe. Toothbrusheswhen The duration of u dream I la seldom Noun of Tampa was the Bympo lsrch. out of the state of Florida to get a j The following were the graduate I

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tooth again/ \ enshrined as an object of first Introduced were regardedas : accurately measured that u story published Ills father a newspaper man of Tam. first-class education. The Universityfor of the BiMlness I College: '

DELAND TLORIUA.OlUce adoration. At present it Is kept In a by no means Important accessories In the St. Louis :Medical Record pa was present and responded with that Is right here In our midst. Shorthand-Annie Powell, Fort e
ut residence Indiana. aveune, box In films from the to the toilet but rather as minor luxuries Is worth repenting The best
gold wrapped people know It and
I11I1"hI1.h'lt!{ to a toast. Hon. H. H. come Myers; Uiurcnce Butts, DeLand;,Lllllmi -
Court House. sacred white web. Nonbellevers and suitable for women only. The writer a due-tor was seized with
t. spider's Duncan of 'Tavares whoso son graduate here. Those who gathered around the Cook West Palm
Beach Wlni-
9 19. 2 4 and 7 8. The diary of a London merchant ;
Ollloe Hours: to to to In the power of the sacred Indestructible an uncontrollable drowsiness (luring a
from the College of Law this festal board at this banquet showeda tied Mix, DeLund Rosalie Backer
trading to the colonies has this entry: ; ,
tooth say that It is simply a call and wall struggling; to keep awake
MRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M D. molar of some extluct species of gigantic "Bought a Toothbrush for my wife, when he was asked by Ills companion, year, was also present, and In his degree of Intelligence, culture refinement Key West; Bernice Alfred. .IngUs. Eva

animal wbch, used together with salte water "How long may you stay lu B.?" Ills toast pall a glowing! tribute to General and social gifts unusual any- Hun ley, Daytona. '

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. very strong, and a wasshe of Herbs answer which came promptly enough Robert E, Lee The dinner wag enjoyed where. B Bookkeeping a 'Borland, Buckingham

A. EnterprlnInK BarrUter. she Is told will keep her Teethe from wax "That depends on tho Western all the more because of the presenceof The Academy Commencement ; Kate Powel Fort Myers;

Office on East New York Avenue, An English barrister was once engaged falling out or getting bollowe. The Union," undo cntchlng himself he explained ladles. Doyle Carlton, of Arcadia, Tuesday was Commencement Day In Ethel Sproul, DcLnnd; Robert Paxton,
DELAND FLORIDA. / In a nautical case In which It salte and Ilerbes may well prove that he was expecting a tele- In his i the morning for the Academy. The IVUiuil
a very witty speech, paid compliments ; Annie Jones, Tlturvllle; C. B.
appeared that a vessel had been exposed strengthening to her Qummes well gram. In fact, however his answer roluted -
to the ladies academy challenges comparison of Its UI'i.'WMtl.'l', New York City.
DR. A. S. MUNSON,' to a very severe /gale of wind are tender but for the brush it seemes to the facts of a dream which
and had been thrown upon her beam but a silly Toy hardly like to ware hud. been gaudwlchud between ,the two The Business College. On Saturday work with any other In the country. 1'I'legl'llphy-I"t'I1nk Dlmick Palm

ends. The barrister Ignorant of nautical tho worth of Its price and scarce! clean- parts of the sentence. evening the Business College had its The requirements are like those of the Bench

HOMEOPATHIC-PHYSICIAN. : matters, asked a seaman who ley save when new. But she must After hearing the words "How long" coiniiieiii-eiiKMit\ In the Auditorium.This Morgan Park Academy of the University Just before, presenting diplomas to

'"e Olflce Second Door South of Flsher'a was in the witness box how It was have !It, being a new thing late from the doctor hud. dozed on1:, dreamed that college; has done most excellent of Chicago, and were establishedIn the large class of graduates the AndJfcirium '.

Drug Store. they did not lower the topmast, upon France" after long uud tedious experiments! bo work all through the year, the oratorof accordance with the affiliation between Tuesday night Dr. Hnlley read
OFFICE!: Hocus 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 which the witness said, with a sneer In tbo famous collection of the letters bad Invented a wonderful apparatus! the John B. Stetson Universityand
the occasion Rev Dr. J. them
was W. a telegram recieved
just from UnrS&etlon.
and 7 to 8 p. m. "If you knew as much of the sea as I of the Verney family as well the for holding telegraph poles lu a vertical :
the of The
DeL ml, Florida. do you would know that this Is not a toothbrush is referred to as "an ele- position had negotiated with the Ilnrkiiws, once pastor of the Methodist: University Chicago conveying her congratulation

.-- .. ... very easy matter." This incident led gnat trifle, now used by the ladles of postal] company for Its sule but unsuccessfully church In Jacksonville lIe delivered graduates ,this year made a fine ap. and beat wishes to all the Stetson graduates

the counsel to turn his attention to the Paris." und hud dually gone to the a ,fine oration In excellent form. It pen rllnce. The course being four for the year.. While at her Northern

[)R. JOHN REEVE, subject, and he Invented an apparatus But when Sally Annls a colonial authorities of the other rouipauy, was lOmerxonlnii. In quality, full of years' long and rigidly adhered to and home Mrs Stetson'. heart hi always

I for lowering topmasts!, for which be belle wrote"of It to her sister she bad, They lu the dream, told him they were rich thought clothed] In choice lan- no exceptions made for anybody, these with the student of all the department

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, obtained a patent) and realized thereby like the London merchant's wife good consUleilng/ German luveutlou for KiinKe. Following the oration President l. young people ''have as good an education of our University When the telegramwas

! upward_ of $100,000 by his invention.Mlo hopes of Its proving of more than the same purpose nnd the dreamer Lincoln Hiilley conferred diplomas as Is given In most colleges In rend i it seemed as if every person in
Omce In store occupied by
Dr. Mellettc. Residence, West trifling value. Her seafaring father crossed the ocean to examine the rlvall/ on 15 graduates of the Business ninny parts of the South. They are the Anditorlnm was applauding it, and
had just brought her one, along with
New York A.ve.'DeLand. a --. other gifts."Besides. device returned explained the differ College( No better work Is done anywhere now ready' to enter next year, the col- there was not a vacant sat down stairs
Florida. enccs to the Intending purchaser and in
MIDI. lego of Liberal Arts of the John B or up the gallery.
these and smallo than Is done In this business
ye was writing a reply when be woke In '
MIca mining la one of the greatest Never Interest
Stetson University was there so much
combo be brt. me a new mouth-brush time to bear the end of hIs companion's college.: There are no short cuts allowed. -
DR. H. D. BKACEY.. industries In North Carolina. Mica is made of eyvory," she wrote "the back I question. The student must fully quality The College of Liberal Arts.: -The shown In a Commencement at 'Stetson
found In all sorts of blocks of various
Jilckuesai'ii I'.iul shapes ami can be spilt pnrte Inlnyed very pretty with sliver: i The events of the dream bud apparently himself That Is why the graduates of College of Liberal Arts had Its commencement than was observed at the Commenos-

4 DENTIST.- and respllt almost ad Infinitum or untilIt and ye brlssles long and stifle and sett consumed months yet the actual the Stetson Business College are In Tuesday evening, and thegraduates meet :just closed, the crowd. were

J becomes the thin. flexible wafer of very Urine: wch he Is assured will help time that elapsed was merely that required such demand.< On conclusion of the of the College of Law at larger and people here from 'many. Motions
Ofllce second McLaurlne Block. me of my Tooth Akes: wch. you will for uttering about four short of the State.
story commerce. The ,material Is by nature [ commencement exercises the annual the same time received their diplomas

J' DeLao" Florida Imbedded or scattered through the feldspar guess Youth'doer Companion.Judy I do pray it may.- words. banquet of the Business College was The degrees awarded were all bachelor -.C'

f In masses large or small blasted, close together I Precedent For ..Ooverne..n held In Chaudoln Hall. At the banquet degrees In Arts Science, Philosophy Kexults of the Primary.The .
and is from
VOLUSIA V COUNTY ABSTRACT and the rock or far by apart means of dynamite, the FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.Melted Albert VII.. archduke of Austria the President' of the University and Law. There were eleven graduates people of Florida are, on a whol.,
INVESTMENT CO married Isabella Clara In Law and fourteen graduate to be congratulated the remit of
) ,/ purer vein being found between wallsof Eugenie, Infanta ndcVexwHl' the Business College on upon
Bert.t Fish -Cary D. Landls. slate. From the mines It Is taken to butter will not make a good of Spulii, who brought to him as Business Ethics emphasizing)' candor, from the College of Liberal Arts the recent prlmaiy election.1

2' ; I President, Sec'y and,Treas, the sbopK>> ,. wqere It Is split Into thin cake. dowry the sovereignty of the Low Countries honesty Intelligence; fidelity, skill ins Governor Broward delivered the address The new Senators placed in nomination

J 1'IJ"j' ; .! .-;>, sheets trimmed into regular forms and Veal should be white dry and close etc. When Philip IV. of Spain diiKtiy thoroughness; In n word ability to ,the class and to the large are men of stability 'and character;

Abstract. furnished and titles perfect.e. made ready; for the market, the price grained.. ascended the throne In 1U21 he took training, and above all character audience lIe spoke on the subject of and together 'with the' ''ho1 -oversf'
....... Maps Plats andBlue Prints 8up.plld. varying with tfS size'and color of the The colder eggs are the quicker they from his aunt the sovereignty of the Education. The Governor Is a will form a: body in* whose'land ''lb.
flaunt laores to Sunday., -The Baccalaureate very
__ Low Countries but left her the title ofl'ove'neSR
-- sheets. The average size I Is"about will froth '
welfare 'of the be
D0LANbppofte Volusls. County Bunk. sheets of 24 18 To 'make good the Ingredients Her husband died soon after sermon was preached by Rev. sensible earnest speaker State mar'.f.17'; .
...." ". 4 by 6, though rare by pastry ,
cJ'LOttIDA confided. .iiWe
; : President's Presi -'lot] t)>
Inches are sometimes found. must be Ice cold.. whereon she took: theveil, though O. A. Ridley, of Live Oak. His theme neceptlon-'rhe :
r r. H' '\ Nutmegs should be grated at the still retaining the reins of government was Daniel. Ills text was "That Daniel dent's Reception this year was public ,observe tbat,80rne of oar. eon.

QJT V REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF:, .- .V .. j.o "T-I blossom end flrst. She died at Brussels In 1U3J. aged six "resolved In his heart that he would as usual, and was given In honor of temporaries take,,the ground, ,,that',the

A brush dipped In salt water shouldbe ty-six. Here there Is precedent for the not eat of the King's meat. A vast Governor Napoleon B. Brownrd. The administration' ,faoUon"wiU bave
A Trite Saying. use of the word governess when a lady but a majority of"three'ID the Senate
E. H. HAYWARD used In cleaning bamboo furniture. audience lied assembled to hear' the Governor was the guest of honor at
holds the post.-Lundon Notes and ; ''
It Is a -tI't.; saying that no man t* Good macaroni Is of a ;yellowish tint Querleu, sermon. Seven preachers of the platform ] the commencement exercises He was at the next session of the ''Legislature.

Agency of the leading Firs Insurance stronger than his stomach. Dr. Pierce'. does not I break readily; In cooking and 1 In the' exercises the personal guest of President and A careful examination of the Bat how
Company of America-The Aetna. Goldon Medical Discovery strengthens swells to two or three times Its bulk. ( participated ever leads us to believe that, the majority -
City property a Specialty.No the stomach-puts It In shape to make and efficient disinfect Paid For the Opinion.Shortly Mr. Uklley was at his best, and delivered Mrs. Hulley, and judging by the way will be t
SOU,Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. pure, rich',,blood-helps the liver and A simple very sink Is small after Chief Justice Purley of an able and eloquent sermon. The the )people! como out to welcome him, considerably greater, .
down a
kidneys to expel the poisons from the ant to pour charcoal a mixed with wa the court of appeals of New Hampshire Choral society of the University furmilshed he was the guest of the entire city The Supreme Court contest was an
body and thus cures both liver and kid quantity of bud retired from the bench aud interesting' one, and resulted (in 'the
V. H. VOORHIS. ney troubles. It yon tako this natural ter. resumed the practice of his profession the music for the occasion Mr. people came out regardless of party, nomination of 'Justices Parkhlll and

blood purifier and tonic, you will assist Warm bread and cake should be cut a man called. on him to get his opinion Ridley preached again In the eveningIn politics. Governor Broward Is the Whltfleld The success of the formerwas
Dentist ,. pour system In manufacturing each daya With a knife the blade of which has lu n certulu muttor. After stating his the Baptist church. l*' i'lo's Governor. He Is a lIne gentle-
of rich red blood that ii Is Invigorating especially; gratifying to the people :
pint It In boiling
been heated by standing innn self-made man man of action.
On A a
case clearly he said. %Veil, judge what The Technology School.] Monday
Fla. to tho brain and nerves. The .....- ; of Tampa where he has ,many relativoii )
9\oslj Block. DeLaud, do think of ?" The He has a strongly marked Individual
.' weak nervous, run. down, debilitated you my case judge morning the School of Technology, other I
..Hours: &80 to*19 and 1.80 to"4 condition which so many people suffer ,. MU at.t..at. promptly replied. "I think you are a Manual Training and .Mechanic Artsg.I'e ity. There Is fire In his eye and !Arm- and friends; while, on the ,
from. Is usually the effect of poisons In scoundrel." "How much do I hand, the nomination of Justice Whit
Dr. Price-Price diplomatically owe you ex'hlblt of their work In ness In his purpose. He has lived
the blood; It Is often Indicated by pimple ( for that opinion?" Inquired the client an field, in spite of the bitter attaok made
don't know whether I sent statement among the people, has touched elbows
you a time there
Science Hall. At the same
bolll the skin the face
or appearing on "
demanded bv a prominent Wed FIOHdn'pohticlau
"Ten dollars the judge. upon :
ATLANTIC.. ,HOUSE: jocomn. thin and the .feelings "blue. of what-er-you owe me Mr. was an art exhibition In the School of with all sort and conditions of men.
-- D...- Plcrce'* '.Discovery* cures all blood Kuok-Neither do I. Dr. Price-Price The fee was promptly paid. astonished lIe knows what Is In man. Everyone very clearly Indicates the1" '.1
Fine Arts. The visitors are
C4ronadoi' Beach humor as'woll as .being a tonlo that Ob, you didn't get It then I supposeI futility of such political weapons In this
who feels the of his hand
; at the handiwork of the Stetson pupils warm grasp Tribune.
'makes one vigorous strong and forceful. didn't send you a statement Mr. Rhode.la'. Largest IV."t. enlightened age.-Tampa
Opens June 1. D"UJrht( ijlt'datedoverlooking It tr'the only modlolne put up for sale Knok-Yes; ;you did. But It looked Weighing 21.02 ounces a gold nugget One boy has built a boat 20 feet long, knows that there Is sympathy' back of .- .- ', .

ocean. This house Is Be through druggists for like purposes ..veryIn..I.ut more like a statement of what ;you which measures'five and a half inches that will bold a dozen people. There It. His visit to DeLand wilt long be Letter to F. P., McEIroy.' '-.:
in and will
thorough be
lag put repair. .
of which has the professional
under the.management'.of W. W. Aid endorsement.' of the loading, medical think I possess. In length and three Inches In width was the greatest variety In'' chairs, remembered. So closed the greatest DeLand' Fla ;, )

cott of The Melrose, DeLand, "whlcttasguJkt .vyrlteTOf'this'countr.. #. Some of these was recently found uear Bulawayo. It tables, book cases, mantel pieces, cbjffonlers year ,In the history of Stetson University. Dear Sir; Why do yon think, east De-r 'jb(

for -splendid service ;and endorsements published In a llltln Kw H.. Way. Is believed to be the largest yet foundIn tabarets, morris-chairs, bench 'hoe sell pare paint as low as, ot.here..U '\'
'. year
1 DeLaad. jfterJune 1st. Coronadar work. And will be sent to any address when you told her I wouldn't be able South Africa company' museum at 2 es, wlnalow'selltl., etc. Especially paint' f Tf
f'r<<1. on receipt of request therefor by to come home tonight until a late hour London Wall buildings, E. C.-London creditable\ woe the exhibition of pupils'work the ;year pl' 8t.edlng.' This year There are SO'or" 4O or SO different, n,
Fi \W. C. CANNONS' J ottnr or post t--eard. addressed to Dr. H. Mc""enll'er-She didn't say anything.Mr. Mall. In !Mechanical Drawing. It will nearly doubled the Increase In attend. makers of paint, that rank, la sway' M* L;;

Livery; and.SalfStables.: V what, Florae Dr. ,Fierce'Buffalo medicines, N.
'.The Words of Praise" for the several to the. wrong house!-Chicago Tribune. Th* Woman of It. SMother all the,prize. at the big fair la Jack Jndge from the enthusiasm prevailingall region Is lorg. another's Is tmaU;)r> ,M

Fine' ( ashl.nablei'urnouta. Inr '
Bus meets nil iralu at A C., L., in compddod, by loader In all the A Doab.lB. Tb..... very naughty today. Juan I to.. I shall especially pleasing: will be a red letter record break.r. f Of these 80' or 40 6r 80, one (t. bed, an-!
lUiks in* t nlornlnll-.IId .n. nooti PEE. several schools of medical practice, and She Did yon let father know you have to tell your father when he come was LINCOLN HULLET, Other next,' and so' on' down; bet the'
4) Bv train .. Ur.n>le Cry, "n,1 nlKbt ncom.qdlnlJ them for the cure of the owned n lot of house property T He- Ihlutud homo.. Juanita (aged seven)-That'* Class Day.-The.. College of Law prloM are all th*' ....e.' at abonl'ther'
trulns tit IA'L.nd'Ju orlon. 0 J M Mill dlMsaa for which the "Qoldon Medical at It 8bWhat did he ? the woman of Itl! You never can keepanything had its annual clan ,, day exercises PresidentThe
both rnule NeknM tbim4iir0rreKjru.Gentle Discovery Is advised, should have tar say lams-Ton;can;boynme. for .less,.IhoHknother
hones ojail., osrelul driver He He said. "Deeds speak louder than to yourself I Ii Monday. These exercises. are always; '
more weight with the sick and afflicted though;a persollallla.tteyButhowdeyoUIhnkasD
following list of this year'sgraduates fxnTl
Phone 3. -: -. .,DeLand, EVa; than**any.amount of eocalledtesti- words." greatly appreciated.. The members of a (
monials*to conspicuously flaunted before --: i Th. DeterminingFactor.. the class are sure to bring out the from the University' e1efi'
: WIIIUnM IndlM' PtlS the publlo by those who are afraid to let A COMM Pel...... 1, Helen Sometimes I like 'oltaluc latest Jokes of the college and to telltales 'The graduates from the College of
SDi "" ..'" will cure Blind. .. delusions and somutliues I do. Ethel_ the best for BO ner than ttetostt Thee."
tbs ingredients of which tholr medicinesare One/ of tlu. ('cun IDO..t of loot' It do-
eaeb 'otber. ha been the Liberal Art were as follows: ..r Is: it coots loss to sjlf It si/.
D* fed ItobUat on If : more t>
I [ Pll:.. It.beorlMth*tenon, composed- be> known. Boar in mind and one or the fatiilnxt Is'where a man ponds. on ;your mood Helen-It depend Candidate for"the degree oC Bachelor;; make, toss to sslT. HlpaJBtt helps sstt* I'
..U..n .tile ItctolBC t oa.....vfeOn that the "Golden Mndlcal Discovery- ha thlnkh custom ever since the,college of lye ..
R 111.' In "burry-Pnck. on my partner.- New York ,. ssff I. .
.. .Wntblms'IndlnP1leoinYeet ) TUB BJJXJK> or ironist> on every. bottle { Pres.t was founded for 'the graduating class 'of Science-Wm. Young Mlckle' JeftersonF Ik.' .i Its 100 year*-.Inlp",. ', ,*., n, Q: t 'r I",

I r or lief. Dr.sprac.reatotPu..and: toe 'wrapper'In a full'Hue of Its Ingredients. \o man run'enjoy life or feel that"beIn I : to' present the' College, of., Law' witha ,N, :TC.i, Charles Ed wart 'Pelot, Oobyth. na_.. .,. : ',H?}: "t',. .4.4t

,t' ..r.. We.. .private lit._pert....."nv.q 7: m.ifonr. beg,i tOr.,itlpatlon Pierce', Invigorate* Pleasant the Pellet liver" and cure rogn con really living who has no. work to do. Of all peraecutlonsthat of calumny set of books. This class kept op the Isradentown* ,; Claude .Stella ,Tingly r fiQ..omT'tV ;.J..I.,_.No. I".r,!" ', ".:

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((1' '- VOLUSIA( COUNTY. RECORD. j KVEIUJLAI, SURVEYS. THE STETSON SITUATION. ALL OVER THE COUNTY what such land will do with proper attention A ShowS c... V FOR: SALE.An .

N Ia,their answer:to the injunction "There goes a man." .observed a almost new. French, walnut case,
bills in the' Federal Judge Henry went to New York, steamshIp agent ns he directed attention standard( make, high grade upright 1
; o&l..od1'1.. '\ .., Court Some Facts Presented as to Its TKMH! OF IHTEKEHr WAt'TKO TO, trims there he goes to Philadelphia to to a surly (looking Individual who piano, for sale at a great sacrifice. A
Bntered In the !PuWAf1Ine at
tho Drainage Board deny tile THE UECOK1 OFFICE IIV ITS had'Juft engaged passage for Europe, rare bargain.
spend the with brother andfrIends'
as seoond claw matter.:' and WhomThe sninuier! a
"allegation, that they were urn- Organization By CORREfillO nEN1'S. V ""whose efforts are devoted to con V By L. O. HAZKL!: ,
short cuts In business methods DeLaud. )
ceeding to !drain the -- Mrs Wright and daughter left Wednesday structlng 'r
PREVATT Editor & Proprietor. Everglades t
B. E. following two statements appear. and In eliminating all time consuming ,- ---
.,. .J ._... without adequate surveys and ed thla. week in the Florida Baptist Pierson. for Viking to spend the summer men and their propositions I Insure with us.
1, --- .n with Mr Wright, where h.. is shipping from his busy existence. lie la a man
information the
complete concerning Witness, religions! of thn
the, paper line the time.Cpot .
Governor 'Broward mark a crop of pineapples
\ Mrs James of very few words Some years ago
the conditions Baptists of thin State and throw a Roberts and two children
.){ prediction, ,is after a seat in the existing' whole lot of lighten/ the clamor through of Miami are on a pllfirnmiige here visiting -: 1'lIaohes.are ripening and thieves are this gentloninn crossed tbe ocean and cash for'losses. v
in that region, and claimed to getting In their.work. They are being bad a very unpleasant trip One mornIng -
t United States Senate. the State with regard to who foundedthe should be protected.R .
I ;> have "accurate and scientific University. It appears from the Mia Dart Combs of Miami Is vial watched and the officers will be after a sympathetic passenger offered ;

The Florida people will shortly knowledge" thereof i; their possession statement of Dr. L. D Geiger, the ting/ her parents in Went Pierson this I them. if they continue their work him that a It lemon would expressing/give relief/ a sincere The wish pale you Insured? V

be flocking to the sea/ shore and ; and Governor Browardin Secretary of the Florida, Conventionthat week. Miss Unquiet who taught oar school traveler seized the lemon hurled It Every company reliable.

I his "Open Letter" designatedthe the Convention has given only All the best element in this unction I the pant term, returned to DeLand this viciously Into the ocean and growled:
for the hot does policy e: \ mountains summer your
canal "from Lake Okeecho- f$.000 to the Institution. The historical still rejoicing aver the. result of the election week.; Her work here was exceedingly( "Thla Is a quicker way than the When

; '' months. sketch Is taken from the catalogue/ HiicoesBfnl, and it In hoped she will be other.New York Times. l jour policy 'In force V
; bee to New Uiver" the work returned
In 1879 lIon. H. A. DeLund, of New George/ Oomlmir, a young man stop number sixteen. 4
All from 5an'; Francisco upon; which the Drainage Board About BO attended the annual picnic A> Odd Moorlnh Cuuio"". Telephone
I : reports : York State, came to Florida Bight Bee plug hero from UfLanil, went to :JPalat. As the Moors are already
indicate. that the subscribers to intended to begin operations, Ing. There was then one house on time ka Thnr
the new city ,bonds will get in on and referred to a survey thereof present site of DeLand. Mr. DeLand Captain Bedford Jones, one of the and'all report a One tIme. The day life. ,A correspondent says: "NotUlng will find us at
bought a large holding, and in the fall, was the most pleasant of the week, the them of (
I the ground floor, there being no "made by Col. James II. Kream- Hollil democrats of DeLeon Springs, wan delights more as a means
other settlers nearby called the place by here Saturday:! livery man from DoLeon taking all the agreeably spending an hour or two Stetson and DeLand.
in 1891" for the Disston
Other floors left. er his name. In May, 1877 Mr. DeLand Captain P O Braduhaw of Crescent 18 cholars in a big wagon, enjoying the than squatting on their heel In the

1 I 9pn\pany. started a public school In 1888 bet|'City, the gallant napttta launcher tide immensely as well as the bathing, streets or on some door stoop gazing

1j After the row that Senator 'in his affidavit( filed in the started a hllh- chool. In 1884 be builta j here Sunday visitingThe was and certainly feasted on the fine spread at tbe passersby, exchanging compliments
j .
Lodge stirred 'up 'on the Rate drainage injunction. suits, former frame academy in tba pine wools on that ua'l been prrvidnd for them with their acquaintances. Native 'JOHN 'B. WELCH
frequent rains all last week gave 'swells' consequently promenadewith ,
I Bill he to be good drawing Assistant Engineer V. ,P. Keller the edge of the town. It was named by .I
; ought the ground thorough soaking, and a piece of felt under their arms,
the Trustees DeLnnd Hall, in his honor
attraction when he surges states that he surveyed this route bringing cooler atmosphere V Orange City. I on which to sit when they -rlci." ORANOB CITY, FLA
The Baptist chnrch, of which Mr. De-
into the Pure Food debate. for the Disston Company in the Land was a member. gave the enterpriseits Watchful Sheriff TDrner,who Is death -- --

I summer of 1802) that he reported cordial support In 1880 a charter on scamps, was here on official businessthe Peaches are being/ shipped away and Orange Grove for Sale Fancy and Staple Groceries To-

Jacksonville is making a big: four million cubic'yards of rockto was obtained (rom the State by Hon. latter part of the week I a fair crop Is promised.Mr Near Lake Helen, Volusla County.One bacco, Cigars.!

effort for directly exporting the be removed and that his G. Bamlin, Incorporating DeLand The membership purchased and installed J W Clark baa been very ill but Is mile south of Railroad Station.:!
A'I fine Cornish some better. We hope he will soon bout I have for sale a 16-acre tract of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Etc. Etc.
naval stores products of the State versity Mr. DeLand, the founder a new organ in the ,
estimate of the cost of the canal DeLand Academy and University, Lutheran church here lust week I again. high pine land, six acres in five year

from there to foreign countries. was $2,500,000. Was there an Miss Alma Hlllday returnee. home old budded orange and grapefruit/
ing/ the need of larger resources Interested Oue of the amusing/ sights to be seen tree; crop now on trees. The grove Best and Freshest Canned Goods,
Savannah:! ,says, she. will not suc error in the date, and did the Mr. John B. Stetson, a new comer here is some flounders trying to ride the I Saturday from Seabreeze, where she has has been well fertilized and cultivated constantly on band, and all first

ceed.. V board intend to refer! to Keller's In the educational movement. Mr. Stet-- democratic gray and dickering with the been teaching. every season. There is a four- class Groceries for your table.
room liinne and miscellaneous
,, survey? Or were there two surveys son responded promptly and liberally. tailtiBg maverick ,Quite a number of Orange Cityite trees /grape vines, etc. A deep lake

It is announced that the rate one by Kreamer and one by Against his protest the Dame was Justice of the Peace Jim Code, who drove to DeLand Sunday to attend the covering bout\ three acres full of Country; Produce bought 'P ,

bill being passed the Senate will charged in 1887 on Mr. DeLand'a carries no wiInkles. in his smooth dem services at Stetson University. Rah My reasons for selling are, I ama
Keller? If there were two such I tra\ellnf( man and have no time to
motion to John B. Stetson
University ocratlo crown, paid the seat Mrs DeKlenx from DeLan
V how take a "much needed rest. county an came over care for place No reasonable offer Orders receive: careful attentionand
will be delighted surveys, they could not have Mr. Stetson accepted the work of found. official visit the latter part of the week. Saturday:! evening to make Mr Ryland will he refused Write at once to delivery prompt. You will
And the public surely been far in results. If Ing the new University and has find prices as low as the lowest.
very apart been :Mr T Lee Oeteen of DeLand. passed family a short visit before going to F. A. GUILD, my

i' atbeing"able.to, follow the Keller survey was meant, ever since a /generous patron. Daring through here Thursday en route to Jack Virginia for the summer. P. O Box 170, Atlanta Ga., Terms' if Give me a call.
auit, .. the past 18 years tbe growth lois been requited i 1.
there the remarkable. Honville He Is /fine
; appears a gontleman, ana l Among those from out of town who
rapid and substantial, and he ban given -------- -
.- spectacle of the Drainage: Board / we hope some day to see him in (Jongrenss were Heen in tbe large audience Friday -
'IOOOOO to the University Three d .
After reading in Mr. Garfield's :iys
night were several from DeLand and of
4 indertaking a $2,500,000 proposition before he died he consented to %
report how1'"much the Standard with a. fund (belonging to another $100,000 give One of our splendid young women in these Mr Cairns, who ably assisted 1 In J '

Oil''Company/ was"'able to steal character, intellect and industry had a the program; also a carriage load from
t' ) 'wonder is the people and subject legislative / Lawyer llnmlln's Statement. smiling countenance one day last week, Enterprise.. WATTS I
legally. the only they
f ; disposition by the people'srepresentatives The founder of DeLand Academy and result of a typical Southern -gentleman As yet nothing has been heard of the i u&n' i
ever took ,the,trouble to devise of DeLand University was Hon II A.
in making a visit here .
) amounting two little McBride who kidnapped
V larceny of any sort. .. .. . DI'Land. the nndarala'ViAri__. __... .An.ftfitf._ _Aa_ Tila___ .. -.. girls, .. were TT X T \TXT X "
( its available extent to the pitiful ninj it j Hisnop, tile prosperous naval in urunswicK.: ua, some two t
Agent and Attorney, in all the trAns. lllllJlyan
of about and this stores operator of Elclrldge, was: here, weeks. since. Mrs McBride and the ru11r11'IUlthUNDFRTAKING .
sum $100,000, actions connected with It. %lr. DeLand.
j Oongress has decided to erect at' Thursday, accompanied by nil mill.' children spent tbe winter here and has '
action was based upon information consulted me, the undersigned in all
monument to Columbus in honor matters pertaining to the school and wright. Coleman Bishop 1 looking up I, the sympathy of our people.
which the board admits
of his discovering'America. According amounted to "accurate and the undersigned was a Trustee before log Barberville choppers for his water saw mill at; Last week we began to think: the

: to a l lot of contempor. and after the granting of the charter. I, rainy season had "come to stay." It J.ARHE( AND! COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURNI. tit.
scientific knowledge, which information Shippers'consignments/ going forwardin begun. raining Monday night and keptIt A jiituro and
the i3 Everything for
magazine ,writers they undersigned, drew the charter. No fine your home. the Best und Latest in tfi!
aneous must have includedthe one assisted m drawing the charter lots, Peter Fiuruon forwarding up with very few "let nps''for severa the Market. and our prices are aa LOW AS POSSIBLE for the
to have made it vote oft cokes and peaches' Hurry Harper send. rjiin, rlHxa of Goods we .ft>>
ought a estimated, cost of the enter- exceot:< Mr. DeLand and Dr. Forbea days, Neuily eight inches of water fell door north curry '1Our| Furniture Department l IH throe. 1Hi.
ing oil in order of our Hardware Store, aol, whl'liin need
squash good Cailile & of anything in
to record. (
censure. Mr. DeLand and the according government our lineH' will take if
prise. undersigned< / acted we plefcmire In showing
t 1'0we1lllhlpping dressed pork to Palat- yon through eithe. depart-.J. ..4
together in school This week of ment, We have the goods need #
/ matters from about several our winter you and will wttlRfy jon nr your IliL
} .Judge Leathers has j just render According to the Census Bureau 1883 to 1880, nnd>w< joined Mr. Forbes times ka, JIUl Chide keeping abreast of the fiieuda. have, turned their faces North. money back. lilt
forwarding /fine tomatoei, S H
''t 'ed. .a decision in the case of a each person' the United with us when he came. Mr DeLand, Jones putting off l peaches' in a steady ward. Mrs Goon and Miss Trowuridg Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. Jtf.
r. .firm\ Indiana. the undersigned and Mr. Forbea were rush to Connecticut; Mrs Manville to Providtnce -
shoe ;in Attorney States sent an average of 05; tele. ,
all from New York and familiar. with 11.' I, and Miss Fox, Miss Dickinson UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
Hyde appeared for the defense. phone messages last year. And] A large number of people of this and
the violent
dissensions in the Baptist and Mian Heath to Chicago. Mis
V i V Now to keep the case wholly in think how that average would Convention of New York leading. to the Just other. sections. enjoyed an ice creaming Dickinson is one of Orange City's best in Mr emriuluiiriK. J. H Gentry, and Hemmed ft Kraduwte 1 h\ _ _ III

the business, 'an appeal ought to have been raised if they had included split in Univerulty Interests, and the Saturday afternoon and evening at friends. und h.-r coming ia hailed with the t I the comfortable. home of Mrs Jake Bai- _ _ 1111.
: be made'to'justice Tanner. all who were told, "The founding of Rocheater'Universlty aM the delight and her leaving with regret hntve of this dnpai'tnu-nf, and rJlr'
per a who was "H8iHtad by that' Southern will! ifhe pi'oilpt and cHrHfn"uft
line is busy please call again. result of the fight. With that in mint, Mia Dr Hill went to DeLand Tuesday
l' beauty. Miss Mary Harper. They ntion to every. ut>t>tll<>t till, SII{
Hod. John S. Beard, nominee the first and foremost thing/ we three rushed to the table like the girl who received to be present at the evening exercises, wII'k, _

1 for V the State Senate 'from Es- There is (treat: sentiment all men agreed on in draw lag/ the charte) the marriage proposal' by telegraph when. her. granddaughter, Alias: Helen I Funeral Supplies 4ft ./p
the State in favor was that there should be absolutely no Manville graduated from tbe _
' taken the over of RobertV. She run to the telegraph office College
cambia has
I: against, Governor Broward's stump Davis, of Tampa, serving the Florida organic Baptist relation Convention of any kind and with the ILad threw down one dollar( and said to Department Mia Manvllle ban been a >> Always In Stock. _I
t ,
con. Stetson student for and
fie! hIm nine years, by
operator, "Tell till
this that I ia '
people of State in the yes
I V drainage scheme. Mr., Beard is trol of any kind except:< that kind and in out aud I will pay" for another dollar's her moat amiable disposition and excel- "1U 'ilti'

j e.owerinthe:' land and his in capacity of Governor. lie is unquestionably that manner that I provided< for in the worth if he hatiit, answered them" lent scholarship, she has 'Won many -. -. .-..,- ". _

i. 'fluence"will be felt to the Gov- the man for the cb "ter. Mr. Stetson also always con- friends. She will spend the summer at J' -- --
templftted that kind Both born on same date. Great
't! only. haphinea -
and with his .
place large numberof Chicago University.The
ernor's 4etriment. Hon. H. A. DeLand, John F. Forbes came into the Christian home of

I'' rti 1 friends and admirers in every ant myself, Arthur G. Hamlln, having. Mr and( :Mrs'W H Woodard of Bakers- school entertainment Friday KLICKER BROS

Mrhere 1' is''complaint from the section: of the] I State:: there is agreed on the general provisions of the burg one month ago( Saturday when two night wile a decided. success The stage I

4 hardly any doubt about him charter, I went to Tallahassee alohe and of the finest girl babies made their appearance was beautifully decorated and every. .4.-

ralige' growers that considerable ah! my own expense, got the charter ; each tipped the beam at ten thing passed off as smoothly as thought Merchant T'1ni-

rfMia vnnnir fruit_ _has_ _fallen._ ___ being the choice of the unterrified .I.t. .t._ ,__._,_.___ y ... .......1" "T_,_ .,._ ___..__.... .'- __ .Ha Tin rtlla t.unniiit.. .>l. .. at\naa.i>a/1 tiafnvcithe ,
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-:- -1-; ,"' -- n n -; n biiruugu iut xvgiaiftburt in weming It "vu. fl.S1 7fl 'u" Olll.oo".ons" oe r-r--- -r.--'v- -
from -a. cause they can not ex Democracy, now restored to reason through, various changes were made i In long to Mr and Mrs A M Yarbrongh,: public The recitations were wel

plain.as the seasons have been after the unfortunate mistake, the charter with my approval also Tb and Mr and Mrs Woodard. We doff, rendered and the tableaux excebdinl]; Three Doors South from Fisher's

favorable. There was a heavy of two years ago.-Tampa Trib Board of Trustees named in the act ot our old cap to these neighbors, because pretty. The singing was, all of il Corner'

une., Incorporation of DeLand Universitynow these births m ke them twice more thoroughly enjoyed, and altogether i -

bloom, and the growers will later John B Stetson University-wer" /grandparents' which is a nice total ofsix was one of the very best entertainment: \Ve are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fl her'.

find plenty .of. .oranges'on the An interesting rumor has it not named by the Convention nor by any In all. ever given in Library Ball The teach V. and corner inspect where our we New invite Line our customers and the generally to call

VV. trees. .. ,. ... that the, Pope has addressed a Committee from the Convention The If there ever was a small souled creature are, Misses Hilda and Nellie Mann, d,a. just In-the latest Fashionable of Samples Styles, for and bath Sidles oors. and A fit I Gentlemen.Is always

diplomatic communication to Board wan selected by Hon. H. A. De on earth that ought to be blessed serve great praise for their nntlrini g guaranteed! you by us. The bert material on the market for the
r'The. Princess' Una, who Land, John F. Forbes and myself alone and cue Into the warm place it ia the effort to make the occasion! one whit h ey. Stylish suits at popular prlc l-sult. that wear well and that give

V .; was President Roosevelt, asking if After it was a law and enforced, it wa /grumbling constant booze drinker thatis will be long remembered. They let t than satisfaction i V Wewre. prepared to turn out more and better work

V married to King Alfonso this the conferring; of a cardinal's hat read to the Convention as a matter at always condemning lila neighbor he Monday for their home in Buluw, FIlL tarSults the place and give us your order.

V week, is said to be taller; heavier upon Archbishop Ireland 'would courtesy and not of legal right and to takes a drop of the stuff, and then use repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.

i And stronger ';than' the' man who be agreeable to him. It was be. enilghten/ the people on the features of all his power ant force to keep up a Osteen. KLICKER BROTHERS., 'DeLand.; Flofrda

is Jier's: d.,, :1eep: down I 'h cse, of ,aa attempt'! by:'.1.1rs. the University. The charter was approved community"fuss about nothing wbatev. :
her heart: l j by ,a vote of the Convention. er. A report says an honest democrat Messrs K B Osteen and A'T Fatt ill 0 ,
4he. would Storer to
probaWjf marshal him,
j, ".as a", supporter The., general' model of the John B. Stab I died and was being escorted to heaven made a business trip to Poi Orange thli I .

,have preferred a six-foot, 200 ,of Archbishop Ire lalld's sou University. ,was that of, the Unlvnrsity ', b.t>v an angel who was sent foe the purpose .week. 'f' s'V. "' ., V

,p pounder of the Greriadiera in'her jlafm to the distinction of .Rochester though ot :
of the scores Said the true democrat Mr W T Walters made
"May hairiness
t;,: O'ya'c untrv'as'a'hUsDaridrH'but.( a red\. hat'that the' President' removed other charters were consulted. I[ take a look at the other place beforewe to Jacksonville( last week a reluming trii, Orange city Wagon and ;;Blacksmith Shops.
J V grj>padier i ;;'coaldnt: have: ;g vent Ambassador St"rer' from -S.- ascend to eternal happiness." "Cer; Friday night. ?, V -- ,

her A throne.' 'the diponatie'service! of tho DAYS. So ainly: ," said the messenger from God Miss Nellie Walters returned 'Fridaj,I W"g.DJ: aril} Bugles MUa: or Rapiired.orse:
V j United States. j they went below and looked around, mom North Carolina 'where she hai Shoeing a f'
A. 014 World Bra With Decided taking; In the sights; the the angel lost Specialty Carriage; buggy and '
It will not be until after. the i spent the winter in college. wagon painting. done in the
flavor .
of nonmnoe.The its democrat
,. It is said that the Governor So he went around hadesto MrZack Batton moved with his best manner, finest paints used.
second"primary1 before it will be old couching days, as far as convenience hunt him up. He soon found him family Everything in Blacksmith
1,1" proposes to take the stump; cam for travel to Cow Creek last week, where he i I..5 lag Done and all Work
was concerned sitting Guaranteed
1, known .how, ,the lower house ,of / by a big red hot furnace fanning to be First-class." Giveme
paigning the adoption of the wine the dawn of the great of employed by the Hodgei-O'Hara Co.
the.next Legislature, will stand / days our himself with the democratic peal and a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to.
Constitutional Iresent) rapid meaus of communication. lilies Addle Pattilloreturned this week ,
looking with .
amend. the
; nnnn_ the__. 1rA.iTiAo_ miABt.inn- .. .rapture. on people in
______.. __ The from
: .nn. ment to be voted on at the November seventy years or so In which mall the ore, and there was a sign on the Sutherland, where she has jnst t -
.J '
:"? whether will, be in sympathywith' election which if canchea waxed and flourished and furnace that read, "rag-tags, riff-raffs rompletfcd her studies in the Methodistcollege. THEO DEMRO, Orange City Florida"Elutlo"
1" "' adopt.edwill ,
'the administration upon finally died out befoie the incursion of scalawags/ boozers, turn-coats, tattlers .

{ other measures that the Governor give- the\ Governor and his i'all/ways and steam engines have a decided and scandal aotttterera "Deserters Rev W F Allen, pester of the M E

i will bring before that body.. The Internal Improvement Board flavor of. romance attached tothem from the democratic circle," said the church, SVathi filled his appointment nt

anti-administration" forces great powers in taxing the people .. and no doubt the coming and angel "we must go." "Let me count here Sunday, preaching morning and
willit throughout the S'tltif! of stagecoaches lent a certain hone from old Volnsla evening. --
State for funds to county first, :
, ia aaid, easily control the organization mount. of color and Interest and life said the democrat.Glenwood.. ,
his Mrs D G Monroe returned
carryon drainage scheme Monday
V of the Senate;' and that to' the country places and towns from ,
Lake City where .he has been
cost that
V would stagger the through which ran the great maincOIII.blng I
'Hunt Harris the brilliant :
statesman visItIng( her parenta for some time. She 91 bcW&'tIck
average: tax'payer if he knew the roads. The Bath road, the .
s',;' frosn.'Key'W st, will,: 'in all Dover was accompanied by her sinter Mitt
f 'probability be elected thepresiding amount of money that vill be road, theYork road were highwan The nurlilaa ,nrtnlrvv! fimn haa Can .11ttIe : Green.
V as I of.communication aJona: which w '" Botkcastnd
necessary to accomplish the chicks to-; :
summer broilers .
of that body. rolled the heavy private coaches and p.
fr,, JI'f"" :' V.I't V Governor's des res. And so far I charlota of the country magnates, and Mrs J !lu Conrad's sister and husband Teachers' Examination De k eomblned.

V V his scheme to reclaim the Everglades the stagecoaches/ with their steaming of Falatka. visited here last week
', Vt1 6, the orange'industry back homes The June teache,.' examination: will Permits a much or as little
: -t; passed the various
V I is simply an experiment. stopping The Misses Russell are coming' to be held June book tpaco as wanlod.
Tuesday Sth
V at this ;
'topay1pcropaV.theJVpeach industry places with the regularity of clock- place Comprises Desk Unit with -t
; I _... ._ I keep house for the brother Bert this in
: work.' the High Hobool: building for 'whlte.anrt few or Book Units asdesired.
V many
; ,
'ot The "Contest"
: lIOUrc& fine from
it < ,revenue Volanla. summer
>"" Those stagecoaches, with their complement io the colored school building for> Roomy, convenient
,'V tdthoie engaged< in it, the truckers I The aliened contest by Codrineton did of coachmen and guards, afforded Myrtle Conrad goes to Palm Beach colored.: VApplicants ,attractive. Call and sea

,getting good'money' for,their not net before the State Committee In endless subject of Interest and this week for month's visit with. her an are required to furolah st or write for catalogue 104J.

V output, :.the .number of winter session at Jacksonville last Friday. He Illustration to the artist and the literary cle and aunt their own paper, i pencils, pens and Ink P. ALLEN &.-CO..
withdrew It baton Volnula was reached men of the day. ,Imagine Charles Ethel Sprout home
came this week for said examination. Acent*,
;.visitors r f continually, increasing, Be never had a bxals for a contest from Dickens without stagecoaches/ and denuded from Stetson where she had been at- BERT FISH, DBLANU, FLA.

,tlf.I'Gavel r and lumber buei.w. tbe beginning./ If hf had tbe State of all Tils vivid descrIptions of ending school Superintendent

5.: V ,Jie.iJ 1iJie'1J! lu.i YCf'u? tl:,I, Committee had ,no jurisdiction In tbetnatur the the scenes White such Hart a Inn* those, High In street.the yard Borough. of One of the Bodall families moved to e5 .

a 'I e"J.o'yi.g a Ir t pro'f\erithi ." ;It would lave been-taking awayor In "Pickwick/; of the mall the Odnrn settlement, that Mr H might/ ,Hammer! Excursion Rates via Atlantic

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t!. V Two Cities." It !Ie difficult for the The celery farm :
11 V present men are busy haul- ;r.:
"k ,I .are' .ft, n&., ,I We understand that the State cow Summer expansion rates to all sum
at' .
'. ''oJ, ''I.." ,. t. ':. of" ,tI ;;... an.'lbe :mtttef,. before' Adjourning passed a'' aneVthe generation Wintry cold to realize'of such the long fatigue Jour.nays log very their One crops potatoes: of, too Irish potatoes, and mer excursion points'are now on...Ie T.I E. Pipe fitting,' ,Tin 'z? o'fin.g. Gut

""_ ''hHj"V I resolution 'to the"effect that .at4'Com.'' when frown feet were enveloped via Tne Atlantic Coast tine'' No trouble ECCLES I tenner, and spouting. Pumps
counbrYtbe1VVbeat H S
Andrea .
: takes charges of the
1 mlttee should havs jurisdiction In snob-. In a little straw, and a'bawl"folded to answer question.*. .For rates, reservations repaired, :wells and tanks
epfr'elJtfrpriF' ,:onf"earth, I matters In furore.It wIghs'jih jnstaa round the neck was thougbt to be t\ fit boarding house at Bond's mill, leaving *pr any information, communicate, to mad
l.ioahsppy: and con- : maun propriety$ have included ell protection against the keen night,alr.... .hnjr comfortable, home., for rent.: :- .it with FRANK O,'BOYLOTONDlstript ,-. I : ..order ..Repairing of all }.

ti."..".. .. I county committees.office, and ia future',bara noonntv <:J London Standard. : L' 3er West In. gathering choice vegetafrom 6, \, Pauenger Agent Tinsmith & Plumber, ,klnds""Sattsl'a, ,guaranteed",

., ( blee bU pine land garden proving Jacksonville! Florida.. .

\1"\J;;'!"0:,:. Ifl.I # Shops next ,door west{ of? bank, Indiana Av nw VC

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\. THE VCMLU81A. COUNTY ttECORD. .... .'''Y''"w' '
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See Hazel, the Piano Tuner. Attorney Bly went to Daytona the "' ,

I Brill bas some dainty white paper. first of the week on legal busmen, Y",1; ,,

and silk fan. Prices low. Col. O. G Poet was at the county seat "? ,. ', '}.

Maj. Klngman was an Orange City from Seabreeze the first of the week. 1I I

G. A. DREKA 6 CO'S visitor the first of the week. The Jane term of the Criminal Court : : '.

b t Miss Grace Howard leaves shortly to will convene a week from Tuesday next. ..

spend the summer at Philadelphia. Miss Odnm of DeLeon Springs, ii Is '

Mr. L. E. Odnm was at the county pending the week with Miss Erl k80n. i

seat from Spring Garden Thursday. Mrs. At. M. Bond was here from Lake CLEARANCE LE :

Mrs. B. M. Miller will entertain three Helen 1
Pre-Inventory Sale this week attending Commencement. ''f
r tables at Bridge Saturday afternoon. .
I Sheriff Jack Turner went to the coast Mrs W. O. Cannons entertained a \

the first of the week on official business! umber of friends Wednesday night 'M" -

I Miss Marguerite Flanders of Port with a porch party. "

"Each day brings its blessings," and each I Orange Is the guest of Mills Ethel.Watts. Drop me a card and 1 will call for FOUNTAIN'S:" fi

i Did you take ad vantage of the Ribbon your clock and return It when repaired. I
week brings an opportunity to you forBargains ,lale at Drake sf It's still on; come and C.. O D. Boley, jeweler. ,

sea Mrs. C F. Pollard and Miss Bertha .. \

Lillian Hamlin wishes to take a few Pollard left this week to spend the summer -

music onpils during the summer. Terms at the former New England brome

reasonable.Mrs. Mr. A. J. Underbill and family of All our Summer Suits. Regular

Stnlts left Wednesday with hereon Lake Helen were In town Monday, en
week 'twas Ribbons
In Store. Last
our William to spend the Bummer at route to their summer home at Canton, .

and now it is Orange, Ma,s. Ohio. prices $10, $12, $13.50 and .$15 to:
Mr. George Boiled
graduating a yearago
Mr. and Mrs. S W. Walts left the
alter part of the week for the summer from the law department, was at be sold at '.
J DeLand this week attending/ Commencement -
home in Indiana .
4 Mrs.. Morrie G. Mnnn was the guest Mr. Charles McCrory has returned .
of honor at a dinner party given for her from Jacksonville, where he spent a 1

Suits to go at one-fourth less Thursday Let our by grocery Mrs. H.department B Austin. supply specialist week having his eyes treated by a $8.50 "

than the usual price See the great reduction: your table with the freshest and best Here it Is June and we have had
10 the market. G. A. Greka & Co. practically> no summer heat yet. It has

j $ 6.00 suits to at '$4.50 Mrs. Carpenter her daughter Mrs. A. indeed been a most delightful spring/
go O. Haynes and Robert left Tuesday last and summer so far.

8.50 suits to go at 6.38 for Mich.' the summer home at Grand Rapids, Wednesday Mrs George afternoon W. Fisber, Mrs.entertained Morris G. Come in and look them over

7.50 suits to go at 5.50' Miss Hazel Shedden, who has attended ilnnn, who Is visiting Mr Chas A.
Miller, the of honor ,
school in Tennessee the past year,
f 8.00 suits 6.00
to at
go arrived home last week for a visit with Judge Ganlden was" up from Titos- '

10.00 suits to go at' 7.50 her parents ville this His week attending Commence V. M. FOUNTAIN
Ralph W. Pattlson left Wednesday to ment. daughter' Miss Erwinns,

12.00 suits to go at 9.00 accept a position In business and stenography was Academy one this of the week.graduates from the

department during vacation, at
15.00 suits to go at 11.25 Faobaonnille. Mrs J, F. Crenshaw and her sister

Mrs. Gillie, nee Oslo and Mabel Foye,
Miss Ella Hodges, who has been teachIng -
Straw and Felt Hats reduced. See formerly of Orange City, came over
our In the State the past eight months, "
from Daytona the first of the week to
Is at home visiting her parents, Mr. and
Trunks Suit Cases and Hand Bags if you attend, Commencement They are the ,
Mrs S. J. Hodges. -
guests[ of Mr. and Mrs. S. A Wood.

are going away this Summer. The new owner of the Rudolph Frank As will be seen from notice appearing

property on North Boulevard has Contractor elsewhere the Volusia County Bank is A Benefit Concert Helen by Friends.A .

Clake making many improvements to have its charter amended giving Concert will be given at the Put

-, 'to the houses on it. the power to establish, in connection nam Inn parlors Friday evening, Jane

G. A. Dreka & Co. The examinations at both the University with Its business, a regular saving's let, at eight o'clock. A musical program ral

and DeLand school were almost department for the accommodations of I will be rendered by the best talent

universally successful, the hundreds of its patrons.It of the city.

students receiving promotions. is a most favorable time to buy orange The proceeds will go towards the

Phone 77 Deland, Fla. Miss Ethel Roller, who has been on grove property, especially a bearing maintenance of a worthy invalid lady

an extended visit with her uncle and one. Such a one is advertised elsewhere who is well known in the community.

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Chapman, left in The Record, located near Lake After the program, from 9 to 10, re

Tuesday for her home at Cincinnati. Helen. This grove is in fine condition, freshments consisting of ice cream and
and in a year or two will pay well We cake, will be served on the lawn
Mrs a B. Wright and Mrs. Sylvesterleft
t LOCAL SYNOPSIS. the latter part of the week for Vineland learn that this property can be had at a. P.9RK
an attractive bargain. If
N. J., the latter'a home and who you are going away this summer
Mrs. F. E. Bond gave a prettily ap why not take a nicely furnished cottage
spent the past winter with Mrs Wright.
THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF pointed luncheon Thursday in honor 01! at the "Newport of the South"-Sea "TWO OF THE FINEST."
WALL PAPER. The peach growers are all busy gettingthe Mrs. S. A.Woods guests,Mr Crenshaw breeze, Fla. Have from 8 rooms and Advertising good wares and at the
THE PANT WEEK.t.oe.r of fruit to market. The time ot the
crops crop proper year. What's nicer
and Mrs. Gllle from Daytona. Enjoy up to 13 rooms, screened and
from this county is very choice In In mid-winter than fresh pork!?
ing the delightful occasion were: Mrs. canopied, known as "The Breakers cot
variety and is bringing good prices to PORK CHOPS, CUTLETS OR
cod Boeloty Items tot the People'sP Crenshaw, Mrs Gille, )Jrs.. Wood tages". Directly on beach. Address, V. ROASTS.

.per-..Brler Mention of TaeM M the growers. Mrs. Coulter, Mrs' Jordan Mrs. Hib O. Grant Seabreeze. Fla.
Come in and
see our your choice. We have them
The of Mr. Frank Morgan
family bard. Mrs Allen, Mrs. Pravatt and Miss
.... by oar Reporter. TO RENT.-The Clarendon Cottages and the entire lot la a choice one.
shipped all their household goods this Edith Bond.
They'll help Rive new vigor to whoev.
at Seabreeze
week to Demorest, Ga, where Mr. Morgan .. splendidly equipped for er uses them and send
new Patterns New hosiery at Brill's.W. Miss Ada G. Massey\ is now acting as a new supplyof
housekeeping, to rent for the
summermonths healthful blood through
Is at present located, and where the coursing
of The Record
I f S.. Taylor Dentist. agent correspondent Fine bathing and fishing Rent the veloll. Our market time for
have arrived. We The sixth month of 180 family will reside in future. at Orange City, and any courtesies reasonable. For terms apply to J. B. I fresh pork 11 you want'tneTbes'tl'
just Misses Sarah and Mabeth Hargreaves shown her by the good people of that Crocker, cashier Seabreeze:! Fla. MARSH BROTHERS
Dr. Mbllette's Remedies at Allen's. left Wednesday with the Carson party place will be duly appreciated. by the
now have the most complete New sweet corn is becoming plentiful via Mallory Line for New York. They Editor. Any news !items yon wish to -

In market. will the in in %
spend summer Pennsylvania appear The Record about Orange

Old newspapers for sale at this office with their aunt 111'8.V.. A. Alexander. City and, her people please hand It to
Stock in DeLand.
for 10 cents a bundle. Mr. G. D. Jackson and family left for ;Miss Massey, who will also receive subscriptions

Hit. Gen P. Colby was a Lake Helen Daytona beach Thursday, where they for the paper..

visitor the first of the week. will occupy a cottage for a month. Mr. Attorneys James W. Perkins, representing -

A O5TEEN PHARMACYLet Fountain baa on a great Summer Jackson and Miss Marion will spend a Mr. A. C Haynes and Cary D.
Landis, representing Mrs. Lillian M.
Clearance Sale. See hi* ad. portion of the summer at a Kentucky
spring. Haynes were at Kissimmee the first of

Miss Ruby Kingston from Daytoua is Prof. Henry 'C. Hill of the Law De- the week, where they appeared before

the guest of the Mlsse Moffatt. partmeut of Stetson, will spend the summer Judge Jones and secured an order This Spaceis
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------ Something new for you tbls week. See vacation mostly in Michigan and at divorcing this couple, and the decree

our ad on this page. W.A. Allen& Co. Chicago. He lett Tuesday night to became a matter of record Tnesday. A ".
TheOonnty Comml& loD "and School make a brief stay in New York, going financial settlement upon the wile was Reservedfor

Board hold their one sessions here next via water., 4 mutually agreed upon between the two

week. Mrs. Morris G. Mnnn came np from Rev. D. J. Blocker left Wednesday '

Yon will find some neat little Hand Lakeland Saturday last and is the guest for Lake City, where he supplies the 'H

Us Show You Bag at Brill's 8Bo to 880 both black and of Mrs. Charlie Miller, who entertains Baptist church during the summer. Rev. :

white. at cards this, Friday, afternoon in honor Blocker one of the promising young

Governor Broward arrived Tuesday of her business gnest Mr. Mnnn is in New Yorkon Baptist preachers of the South today A. H. WOODALL
a trip.
and while in the city was the guest 01 and there is a fine future for him. He
?. Miss Collier of Miami, was here this
Dr. HaUe,. in a pleasing and fluent speaker, devoted
week, attending Commencement. guest to his calling, with a true heart in the
and Art Mr. Ben Watt here from Lake
Our Oriental was
new Rugs of her uncle Mr. G. D. Jackson. Miss
the men's
work. He is dean of '
county this weak yt.lUng' hi* brother, young Watch for His Announcement
Collier will spend the summer vacationat dormitory at Stetson and returns the
Mr. W. C. Watts.Mr.
No trouble. Glad-to do it. the-Universlty of Chicago, completinga first of October to again resume that
Squares. and Mire Ap T. Hossetter, ot a in kindergarten work. position. next week
t <, r I : attended Commencement I
Enterprise Mrs. Thomas L. Ames and attractive .. _... --'
oI.M.:Isabella Coulter.
guests' daughter left this week to pas the summer lleLnnd, ))Daytona !St. Johns K. R.
The front page of Th Record contains months at the former Massachusettshome.

J. F.' ALLEN & COMPANYk. a report of the greatest Commencement -' Mr. Ames will remain at De Mr S. C. Rieman, General Managerof ;

. the Stetson University ever had. Land, and is found behind the counters the Daytona DeLand & St. Johns

While in Jacksonville last week Attorney at W. A. Allen & Go's, as prescription River R R. Co., was. at DeLand Tnes

/k. 8. B. Wright, Jr., was admitted clerk. day, having come across from Daytonain
k. to practice before the U. S. District an automobile in two hours. This
II Wednesday was Memorial Day, and a
Court makes the fourth trip Mr Rieman has .
National holiday.. The bank ob..rvedthe !
made in auto over that route within
The family of Mr W. O. Watt will day, and the post-office kept holiday an
the two weeks, and be the -
spend the summer months in Kentack.1where hoars. A committee from Capt Kirk past says
rood is in the best condition he
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a nice home ha been seonrec Post G. A K. went to the cemetery and county
Wanted.To MethocINt t Episcopal Church South. has ever seen it. Mr. R. goes North ina No More Mosquitoes
until falLMis decorated the graves of loved comrades
Regular services every Sabbath: at 11 few days to purchase supplies and
Whom It Concern burled there.
*Marie Morris, who ha been with
material for the road. It has been
a m and 7 80 111 Sunday school at 10 new
p ;
The Board of County Commissioners her sister Mrs. W. 8. Taylor, since last Mr. and Mrs H. S. Winters came up]
request Bids for repair to outside walls a uii; Junior Kpworth League 8 p in;Senior decided to prosecute the work vigorouslyby Zenoleum
winter left this week for the Buffalo, from Jacksonville the latter part of the
of Court House as per recommendation Euworlh League 6 110\ p m; wid week the most approved method. Train
of Grand Jury bids to be submitted to N. Y., home. week to attend Commencement. Mr. be seed in
.1 pniyeriueetlnK Wednesday, 7 80 p w. A cars and light rails will construction does the work
Clerk on or before Jane 4. 1908.) The W. returned Wednesday but Mr Winters :
DeLand people going to Jacksonville with the grading and filling
cordial. invitation Is extended to all
Board and all reserving bid. the right. to reject any these services.St. now take the second train, leaving here will remain at DeLaud a couple 01 wherever advantageous.. The recent .

The work in contemplation Is the removal at 9:45. It Is a flyer. making only the weeks, visiting her parents, Mr and heavy rains have left more than two "
Mrs. J. F. Allen. of Pensacola
of all defective brick from out important stop feet of water over large area of country ,Mayor says:
side walls of Court House and replacing llarnabas' Church. The railroad between DeLand end< j
Mr. W. A. McBride of Barbervllle. I II between DeLand and Daytona where looking '.- ;,.
"While making vigorous campaign
the same with cement or brick and the St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. Daytona is certainly an assured fact, we were a
cementing of outside wall with one spending the week at DeLand making was dry two v sake ago, and the surveying to the sanitary condition of our city, the Health Inspector "
Campbell Gray, Hector. Jnne gds WhitSunday and it will be an innovation in railroading ,
coat of Port land cement, finishing toe map of large bodies of timbered land party at work there under Mr. accidentally discovered that Zenoleum would In. .,,
aam..area? having, a stone effectSAM' or Pentecost. 7 n ui. Holy Communion for Mr. & V. Hongh. in this country, as the motive power Rogers, who has charge of that depart- stantly kill all insects, including Mosquitoes,File and >

1: & D. JORDAN ; 9:DO a. m morning prayer, followed will be gisolene, no smoke and practically ment, has rather a wet time of it. Jnst Roaches." .--. ..... ...5- ,I
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Clerk Board Co. Com by Sunday school; It Choral .service Mew Carrie Watts left Wednesday for no dust The trip will be madeto MMMHHH MVMM
as soon as the line is definitely established
--. with sermon; 5 p. in. .1Jyen: .onl(. Jaukeonvill, where she visit* her aunt the beach at Daytona In less than an work will be commenced Nothing better to kill mites on chicken: It I* also a powerful; disinfectant ;
clearingthe '
Bills W nt1d. Doily service at 0 p. m. Mr. Dan Morrison before going to hour. and germicide. NOT Poison. See Its in out Show Window,
Kentucky for the summer. Prof. Snhrie of the Normal Department right-of-way through the wet plaoes- Come in, and let! us tell you of it. Ask: ... for circular regarding It..,..
Sealed bids will received and .*
be to *
op so grading can be completed there before Your for health and comfort .;:1" k
Including May 81st. 1006. for painting The Annual Pica !. of Stetson, left Tuesday night for ;
The deed wen Died for record this the regular wet season arrive, .. 1t.
DeLand may High be School seen at building.office of Speclftcations G. W.- The Annual 'Fiunlo and Log Rolling week conveying the two' north store 01 New York via Clyde Line. He will be that will retard operation and make W. A. ALLEN' &c0.Next ; !

Fisher Chairman The Trustee reserve '.Association of the "Woodmen of the the Glrkin block from Mr. B. D. Mo- at Chicago most of the summer, and I. work more expensive. The Daytona

the right to reject any and all beds World" will be held in Jacksonville on Donald to Messrs. J. F. Alien A Co. booked for lectures out West In Septem railroad ordinance has been passed by to Postoff: DeLand,, Florida
B. L. Pow?. Sao'ty.HUokbolders .. Wednesday and Thursday Jnne' 87th her. H* will be back another year and the Council and approved by the Mayor. I .'.. : ,
Mir Josephine woo has been
I making of the Normal
great success
1 and S8tb. This is to be voted and
--sic on approved or t I
W Palm Beach
passing the winter at st School at Stetson. fD
% Heetldf.Notloa Six.thousand Woodmen the elector
expected to of the ratified by of that town -' '
; arrived at DeLand the latter part *
Is hereby given that the annual be In the grand parade. A grand time week for a visit .with her. sister Mr*. J. Dr,Virgil Hr Voorhis, whose dental but a* the.line I I. alm lot universally desired -
meeting of stockholder of Watts A Is 1 promised to everyone. Special rate E. parlors have been located in the second there the vote ratifying the ordinance H '
Miller Company will, be held at the will be given. by "th* railroad* and at I story of the Gross block sine he openedan will be practically unanimous.The MALSBYHacMneiyCompany .. 1\' .

office of the Company,''at DeLand Fla.; the hotel A. Drake A Co. are giving the office at DeLand.nowoocnpe.1 a suite grading down In the flat. woods .,r..'\:
public k feast la bargain this week. of very handsomely appointed rooms in near toe St. Johns terminus of this road
Monday, Jon 4, ItM, for purpose of I I The I \'
See their reduction sal la clothing and the second story of the postoffioe build progressing rapidly. pay roll of .
electing Directors, and such other bust-
( For Selu-4MAohlne 1 for putting up the company now Is over tlOOO weekly
ness, ..that mar come before them.Xr" :,wine fences. .In good .condition. "Address when this .house offer bargain you Ing. H* now" ha dental parlor that bat it will be many tliuo that to laborer NAW inLI JNanni.: : and UOILUH3 ;1 Itirt.Li'eAuttltsaNpi81.'ytuc : .'
; ; e.w sr W.;F. McCLABY.Beoy or apply to Mr*. J. William, may know yon are getting bargain ar* a credit to any town th* size of Da- as soon as grading begin In the flat .Jatalogua.! Hold on Hasy Terms.. .flat. Want .and "effetlop """.t'
and Traa I Bereaford, fta. Honesty and Inotrity in*U1 dealing. Land. wood between.D.lnd and Daytona. I JACK3ONVILLK sTXMUoX. :;'JIL;'1( ,

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,". 'i""I'ho'tau41f'1l..e'EI4I1er" Trouble THE USE OF SLATE. M" ,
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..... 1dron'tZnow_ It. !. *k. Middle Ama Bohol.r. mplurtiil .. .

;It 1 How To Find Oat. II Kur Their Tnl>1rt... rOllTA610US BLOOD ,POI5OITHEWORSTOISEASE COAST LINE:

,I> Pill bottle or common glass with your It Is uot ellMY tu, It'll cxm-lty I'ji1 liow Shop .1.IATLANTIC[

'r .. water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a Jong H period, luUn have brail imcil l>yBclioolboys .. VI t

.' sediment or set- but tliuy were lined us writ. IN THE WORLD BC11EDULE'srI -- -,
t< tllng Indicates an DeLAND FLA. '

;w unhealthy of the oondl"on kid.- ugos ing tablets nod nil proliubly far buck, tlicri'furt'as the ,middle Ilicywere Contagious Blood Poison is the worst disease in the world ; not only Everything In Wagoiuv'\.' ", BtigRleBi t. .o. Cnrta I [ Florida, Georgia, Alabama, "Virginia fI

j those who contract it suffer, but the awful taint is often transmitted to inno- etc., manufactured and in Carolina
If It at.lns repaired my North Carolina South
r fir nays; lutroduceil Into the IIch..ohl] | of Hn- : ,
., your linen It Is cerft offspring whoso lives are blighted and bodies diseased because the Shop:: in the very best workmanship I I I
rope at a. very eiu-ly porlw. .11 the lihi- Poison has been allowed to remain in the family known '
Blood first-cliiss-men
," evidence of kid-' virus of Contagious Only employed I The great Highway of Traw\\.between
t. 4.1 'ny trouble too tory of edneutloii In tills part of the blood. The first sign of this disease :I contracted Oontious Blood Poison and flrat-uluss work turned Ol.1t.thl1ve\

I frequent desire to world. is usually a little pimple or blister, byu.lolr'anti" towel hilI' over"0"01?by symptom some infected of the I ntay added. to say plaint .,1. : 'Florida the East, WestI orh and Si&th : :

: \ .. P8 It or Cain |In AntI ludiMid It would bo hard to find a then a red rash} breaks out the mouth person rtiadUonier. itrie.iovsryihinHl >i.mr J. --- the back suitable milwtmico for Hie throat ulcerate, the hair comes ofhutthedl. aaolrotworaeantiUbe..rd. : Pullman Magnificent Dining Car.
more purIIOMO .:. Convenient? Service Elegant
c, J convincing proof that the kidneys and bladdm ofB. B. S. which I oommnnond and nnn. EquIpment.
". are out of order. '. tban tha eimlly (United atone which out copper colored Spots appear on tln"edth"tr.atmRnt"nt.llIWllaanttr"1' -
>. ja. What to Do.,. yields a smooth-surface n niluliniuii the! limbs back and breast 5 and as the ;::; || \ the slightest. :r. n nh' : : New York and Florida SpecialI

r There )Ja"comfort the knowledge so of I rOllbl,' on the\ [iiii't of tie disease more thoroughly pollutes the 3i.eaiS.i5oB.. 'n- t4CHLOlDtEE.: ; :... I I Ro to of th "Dixie Fly r" I
often upraised that tire Kilmer' Swamp. blood!, sores and ulcers form and if 8 "
'i Root. the great kidney remedy fulfills every woiUiiuin.; Tbe aiieloniu! liu we l,how, the trouble is not checked the finger nails drop oil and the soft bones '{'telebrateIlTralns Montgomery, L. & N.

"),..wish In curing rheumatism. pain In the freiiiently| eiuployodu.on tulilclH for of the nose and head are destroyed. S. S. S. goes down into the and Florida Limited I
:. ,''back kidney.. liver bladder and every part the pnrpoHC of writing letters or milkIng blood and forces out every particle of tileS : Chicago f

I 'I' of the urinary passage- -It corrects Inability fulutilutluim which are not IiituiiJc'.l poison and makes complete and lasting

,:', ';?to hold water and scalding pain In passing to be perinant'Ut nnd could easily lit S cure. As soon as the system gets under the ..1 CONVENiENT.M TH01 Oi' TRAVELING
i( It. or bad effects following use of liquor. S Atlantic Coast Line one thousand mile tickets good over fifteen
influence of the begin
" erased or vtneitretl out of nil rocogiil-I the remedy symptoms I I
c wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant a thousand miles of railroad embracing portions of the South on
i :1 necessity' being compelled, to go often tlon with the fliiRcr. nillKeut bOIl t- to pass away and when the cure is criipletVEGETABLE sale at all principal agencies at rate of *ai eirh.; Limited to one veal'I I
1'1 :J"during the day? and to get up many times keepers nnd iiilOMtlne} lords fnnnd PURELY the patient l is left in perfect heal Sc ; from date of purchase. For full, complete and, reliable Information

t:1;: 'J during.the night. The mild and the extra. these menus of rerki( >ulug or ciiiiiiinnl- thoroughly does S. S. S. rid l the system ot the I regarding rates schedules Pullman service, etc., call on E. 1,. Pone, ,

Vi ''ordlsary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon cation eiiunlly Intllupvimublo, wlil!<*. fur virus that no signs of the disease are ever seen in after years And posterity Ticket Agent, PoLand, flu., or Write I
I !: ,J realized. It stands the highest for Its won- is born with a rich. pure blood supply. Book with .complete instructions
the man of letturs whether orutor or W. I n. STAKK Traveling 1'''INI1. Aift.IHst. :
r iJt j derful cures of the most distressing cases. home treatment and any medical advice desired will be given without chnrge FIUNK i C.: JLSTOS, ,
: : *' If you need medicine you should )nave, the lyric poet. the tablets on which werejotted THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. CAm TUBS. Agt., 138 W. Bny St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

'J. ." best. Sold by have: druggists InSOo. andl. sizes. down the liemlrt bf n gloat fair HpoutMi 1 ______ ____. _______ _ _-n_ __ _______ __ ____ I: W. .T. UllAIG, I'UHS. Truffle Matngpr.w.M. .
i* Yournay a sample bottle of this or ptiHHloutito stanza to BOIIIO liidy

'wonderful discovery were almost as nooesstiry. us pockt't. -- I COLD TIRE SETTER .. i..M ..I.
Executor's Notice.
if and a book that tells ::: of which the unc-lpiit world know nolli- Write as Von F.*t. I ---- -- ------ -. ---'------- -.
,,' t man about, both sent : IIIH"w" Ing.' to the modern man or boy. If ;you would write to uuy purpose Notice Is htueby trUen that the nnderfiltrned Can eat your Tires without taking
, *ab.oluteIyfree by mall. free from with- lace been olnted bv wheels from vehicle. We take out DO
.('OhitlhI red wltl those ()('rIMhlllJlO nlil you must be perfectly np| thflCuunly
%Address Dr. Kilmer & ,s.. .ot_...ft_' in. Give yourself the natural rein 'Judge 01 Vnlnain County Florida Kxeoiitoriif : bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloes Florida East Coast Railway.local
. ,. Co.. Blnghamton N.Y. When writing mentIon to memory the sill Ie woe very long" / ; the estate, of Kmmn c. Th rite( cleccaaed, with a hot tire. Coma and see it work .
. : reading this generous offer In this paper. lived, for thonicli the mime Implies a think on no pattern no patron no pa- mid that i praons I..wlngI.lm.. \ or d' minils, and yon will never have your Tires set ,
; brittle BubHtniiL'B easily broken<< off tier. no press, no public; think ou nothing -I UKnlnKt said estate lire hereby notllled to hot attain.
'Don'tTnake any mistake,but rem,m- Give |'irpH...nt the name to tho undersigned dulvHuthunliuulfd l 16 1906.
bel' the name. Swamp.Root. Dr. 1C11- when the Hue of climviigo< Is discover. but follow your Iiupulsen. within the time Thanking yon for your patronage in Time Card r No. t5 !n Effect April ,
l ifmer's Swamp-Root and the_ address ell. being equivalent' to the French yourself as you are-what you are and bv lacy or tho same wilt lie burnt\\reOOrll",1 the pest and hoping u continuance in

: Blnghaon- every bottle "clut," yet slate docs not collapse Illco bow you see It. Every man sees with I May HI, loofi. J.J C. T11OUPU ?he future, I remain I SOUTH-BOUND-.READ DOWN NOIUI.BOUND.READ UP.

, S wax with the application of moili-nite, I his own eyes or does not see at all.- Yours to serve, ..

.t. The New A.*. o" Cloth.- .-. beat nnd even If cracked by a full Emerson. SCOTT HODQKINS. 89 N..11r .n MT'\1:1"-: 50.79 10,98D.llt
": It I lit apparent to every eye that this might still be used If Its frame was' I Notice of Final Discharge Dol Dal

,:" Is the new ngo of clothes Dress hits stout enough to stand. tbo shock. It Ii Wouldn't Trait Him. 0 totem .............'",-'.. :. "..........Ar 1 pm : 11am ,
, ... "Of course" said'the sarcastic man Not lust Is hereby, given (Unit the undertiKiied .lm 02Mm ............. ito "..........i.v 'lpm STan
the .flul.I.I".k1
always beofl a passlonvAvlth some; now not surprising tliervfore that ? "Kxecntoi of. the last will altO u. tnmeni Notice of Final Discharge 7 211pm 1040.m ............ ................ g V Stem
k "> It Is if' tHt.' *. Women goVjowuon tln-lr when once Introdiirod. Into sehnol ;you always do your wife's bidding: I of I lr. J. K.: Coulter. OurenaPd wlll.nn r' 7 Mpm it iSlam .....,..."......'I.LI"UJ) .. ......... 8 pm. Stein
: knees before If; men bow tojt| ;' It''la domestic life soon incense 1I1I11e'j "Gracious! Nol"! replied Mr. lien- Urn 2nd day of.. July, A. I U. 11KHI p-esent lili Nntifo If* b< rube irlvcn that. tho IInd r.IIlum'l _I SSpin I 8r.m ................ ':' .'. ."..,.......... 6 2p' lotem .
" what '"Ires''the'' wo..lltto'rouud.'. But slate Is also a good roof peck. "Slie wouldn't let me.Vben she tilts! account us such Executor tngethtr nu.irdiiiH of Site catute fit i linn ItJIIIK S S3pm J 1)0) m x.7.. 'iailte.....,...........I.v 4 6 Mpm g itemp
i / 7 lOam Ptbttka..A" 4tptn
Sipm :
with the vouchers to the M"n J. I ic. 1'01" ( 'kenb will n the let tiny (if Uulobui', 1
auction sale she tak.esme '
t.; u J bat Love to as the a plumage motive/ power of superior takes woman.off his i Ing nnd eight has centuries been tmcd at for least.this purposefor Tllln goes with to an her."-Philadelphia never Press.Contradictory. Flmldii(Iro.....County, 0 t his iliidKe olllcv\ at uti'. ItaLaml Voluala. Cmint.v Klorlilu,, ,"t.'.litti I).t5'luoil) .J( nuigu present of. V ,Iii lu-lii, Itiluil. County" account Klorlilm to the _..Itepto.......... .5.SteIn t.:::::,:::.:::...:::::.:.Hrt tctiuiro&!IIaECO:: .::::: ...:::.:::::::::.L%!.25Jii55tapm 'ilbatn.... '..

9 sud liNk l'ir a llnal (tllacbnrire, UA such lOvocutor. : lit lilnoUlce in Pel.mid. !I'ituida.. Mini -1\81!: 82P' .............. ""..ia... ........... I.v 4pm 6 Steam
Including Inferior man's. At least It which still holds Its to a large extent
: l'; own K. I) COUI.IEK.Executor tbnt the stimu hI.w., \ ..... mid! approved, and o Upm J 40pm ...................}01'011.. ............... 6 SOamIX
,' looks this way to the vivisectionist off partly on account of the Inartisticappearnnco "Has ;your ion arrived at yearn of nf. the hint Will und 'I'emmiipnt' I h list hu lao "Imeb.'irKid; : 'us such Kiuinllnii. SItpnt itptn I llg :: :::::::::::::::.:::::.::. .I :, ),.:::::::::::: ::::::::::::: :: 3 : : 4MOIU j
$ modern society. The valuo of clothes. of the modern slated roof of lu'i .1, i K: Coulter. deceHsed.. H 'IT. QU.VCKKNBOS.: )'! 10lBpm 1 : ......... .... )'r(t'n'u ,....:......... 8 I, 4 $7010lo ,
,,. '4<< supremely artful 'and entlrlnft clothes.Sbuindarstood was practically universal In the towns discretion" ? Tuts 20th day nl Jnnunrv. IWKI) I 'Pills! Match. 2.1th 1HU4I' OUII: rIll 0111.. Bpm COlumn A'.............. ::"I 0.0)1. I...... .......". 8 1"Im 4 15001 .
by the theatrical! Oh. yes. He's about to be married. h's ; : lOans' 4 UI.m Aij'.T.i'T".a.: :. t ; I 0 16pmI
professjori. I
of the ancient world] which came under I \ O'pm
" "- '.. nature basalt.on: the "How you contradict yourself!"- ____ _.__.. __ __n __ ___ __ __ __ __ If titans 4 rr.1tn:: :: .... .... Oru''. .' :;.; ........ : I: Ii Slpmii .
.. Jtlnman the Influence of Greece and Home. It 40n 5 tteilum I ::::::: ::.tr; ;,rut ely. .1 .;,_';_n ..::::.::1.. 50
: brain=this belief In the sovereign power Is Interesting to note In this connection Cleveland Leader. ,. FOR A FULL CROP OF FRUIT .JO ttptn -.m, Lv t....... 7..u Ai"."tm ....... ... r7r 0i"m 4 061I.

,, pf the "exquisite' dre.ser"-and It that as time went on buildings reduced All pain must be to teach good H A &: : lOpm:"lm: j.r:::::::::.::..::::::..(,'i.;, I ill: .: :: ::'::: :' :.: ..l.v: 4111,10 0q'tfl I:: : 00cm

becomes doubly Interesting for those tile thickness of their slates. some Use Painter's' Simon Pure 1 IAll UIO. I. .,, .:: ,jillp aOpm81p.
f''." I who hitherto haven't known a frill Whether this was due to reasons of In the end.-Brownlng. SpecialNo. 61pm L-:....:= ;, ::: \ J lOam 1 1II

from a tuck to study out the effect It economy for heavy slates need to baresolid t > 61p. a tat in ; ...... ......i i 0'11 I B 00cm

( I baa even on the most Important events. timbers beneath them; or to other Jackals, ...d Crooodll Eggs.Jackals Simon Pure Special is Shipped underthe Follow- I lIens : itpm t.tpm :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::.I'.' ;: ; :::::::: :::::::::::::: i: ..Ph I 2Upm I Stein 18001 :

, of the hour.-Boston .Herald. considerations the fact remains that and hyenas are very fond of nuns .22pm ................1 I a ) 4Tpm 147am I

; ," he slates used In tbe cheap houses of crocodile eggs. The former Is the more. ing Tag. I 50510 Iteens : : :: .:::::::::::::::::.::::::.:'. \t' :',' :: ::::::::::;::::::::::::::: :: i I urn 12 :: ,

the have uccessful,poacher of the two. Natives t 2 Stein 8 8r ............... "'tla.rilt'.5 t : .I ',te.it 12
present day a
very cheap npearance. .. ... ,
of central Africa say that the ... .. S 0 m 0 .... I'.n 1 SOpm
: .t"
.CASTOR I lA > The difference Is clearly seen jackal has sixteen eyes with one of 1. 8 :: g dipmn B7ptn :: :::::::::.:::::::::.:::::::. ):: :::: ::::::::::::::::.I: :: I g : J 10pma 10pma

by contrasting the flimsy look of a jerrybuilt which he watches the eggs and with SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 ,, 8 4fpl" .................... 1 O"n, Opr
., ... .
,:For Infants I :-.d Children suburban villa with the mass- S 8 67pI ......... Onm
!l. j ire of the fifteen others he looks out for the .20.10 12fIm .....,...,...,..I.. JO Wpm
old slate
' solidity an roofed farmhouse MANUFACTURED BY 40'm \ shun 10 Wpm
crocodile. The the other ... ......
ThpKInd ,You Have Always! Bought which has weathered the stormsof hyena on 8 J6.m 8 tpm ...............'I... I ; 4r.'n' 9 Bpm
load, being very greedy, has all his E. O. I Stem S ............. .. loam a
centurl.II.-London Globe.Tfc PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY Slam S ,.... .. t .4
... .
the and falls Ipm 12.m' Ilpm
th I eyes on the eggs so often a I 48am I )) .... ...... .7 I .ti." .............. 1 lurtm' ,
:. oi i" victim to the watchful crocodile In motionless JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. e 87am 94po ........ ....1.. ... I, ', .... ..............", 1 War 71pm
t' Pawnbroker Blarn. .. .... .
COtta 0 ,1.1" '
hiding. The natives say too 'PI ......... .I' .. .... 11'um
: The pawnbroker's sign came from that 'the crocodile sometimes knocks Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. Soata Item 18 :C: Ar." ::..:::::::::::::::::::::.I.e. .. '! ;'I i''Ily..a... ::...::::..a..i.'::.':.,.,:r:;. ; : s'om OtpmI 11pmI

Kound the sign used by the Lombard bankers, .. ..... .... .. II.... ... .. .. ........
Low Trip ExonrNlou Rates via I 80.. .r ... 80pm108.m
., who took It from the sign used by the Its prey off the bunk or off the canoe C ..-.- --.--, t ........... I.vl.......".....I".,, ." ............ .....ti.,............. 1lpm
<> Atlantle Coast LIuse.I Medici family of Florence. The founder with Its tall and then solzeo It with its GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. .

ii of the house had been a medlcua, wide orion lows Ammonia'' artnsl and potential, not less limn .... . ... .. .2 |icr cent 1iifl'et VatIy l'ariorCnrs except Sitnulnt on truiuus 20 AI.t ,J .11"I'L) I S. ',%.I.I"j"' '' I""O! PO uit.l 18.I .

I Tuscaloosa, !Ala :-Rate one lint or physician. His descendants became Derived from Sulphate 01 Ammonia. .. ____ _____-.---
----u ---
Claar fare plue 23 cents. Dates of Bale. bankers and brokers and their sign HEALTHINSURANCE Potash (K 20)), water soluble not lets than.... ........ . .....16r..r".nt kt3: N.19 ; ;;.I :, ;' N
leas than. .. sit. N'.21 No.16 up.20 ND.22 .
Available Phoupborlo Acid not ti I per cent D N..1 .7 0 No113. Sl..nd
,,' June 12i 1 J'l. 18..23. 25. July 2. 7, 1)). was theIr. ancestor's. golden pills.- 1".olublel'lao.phol'lo. Aold. not less lhnn ... .... . ........ .. J ,percent :: E l, M'YP rT rlli: A r, t 1I..2.nht
flnal limit 15 days. Extension can be When they became nobles they assumed Moisture, atari ..Fahrenheit\ not exceeding . .. ..... o per cent 1 Dilly S: DaIly Daily ,. i.I', D.I, Daily "'
secured: to September 30th 11)00.) as arms Biz golden pills or balls on The man who Insures his life la not exceeding .., .. ............ .. . .. .. .. ...... ____ _-__ _
."'jKashville, Tenn-Rate first Ublorlnel,, Fertiliser Is mudolrom ol a ... ..: 5u" ... ..: :: .
one blue field Sulplmto( AnimoniiiBiiiphiUttof nnd DI 14 p lop 200p 'hO0fl .. ..." Ii ..Ar 7 A 1
'class fare plus 25 cents Dates of sale a wise for hi. family. Dissolved lloneuluck. )I' 5 iMp, 2 osi.:II')clue .....a.,,", a", .I.I. "..".'11,.....1.\ ."10".1"1011, ; 9 lIp

June 10( 11. 12, 18, 19, 20. July 5, 6, 7, The man who Insures his healthIs 10801 7 7111p lIp 60"1111,18'')"' ..........,......A'.I.' 1'.1.' u:h.......,.,.,.._. .. I, ;4')11112"1' hOp S lop Slop Slop

'final limit IS/ days In addition to date .a..F People.The wise both for his family and 10 SOp 7 lOp 8101 ./sT.........' lu Vi.di. ,I!_ ... ,...II.0( '',117)2 COlt '001 S lop
of sale. cteoaion of limit can be He- world delights In sunny people. Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida

cured to September 30th 1IMKI.HoUSprlnRn The old are hungering for love more himself. Write for Special Discounts. PENINSULAR AND OCC"Ii.IA" : S i ;: ::ar'C ;: T l S .inIAMI.!

,Va :-Rate one first than for bread. The air of Joy Is very You may Insure health by guard Cash

class fare plus 25 cents. Dates of sale. cheap and If you can help the poor on Ing It. It la worth guarding E. O. PAINTER FERVIL1ZER COMPANY, Close Connection Made .\131:1', : w'h! StccnisUri of the P/ & 0. *.'S.: Ctnpsny for
lunelI.j10.11( Seal limit June lUth. .
with a garment of praise It will be beter
UI06. At the first attack of disease JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
for them and l
than blanket Henry Key tVVeflt
*Leilngton, Ky.:Rate one Brat claMs Drummond.Tb.. which !generally approaches ,. t.

, ,tare_0.. -QA plus a..'25. cents.A.q"u..., ...... Oaten.Is.... of E _lidS.Je.nUll'July. through the LIVER and manifest -- .. Two Sailings cu Week..

, August 5th ItKHt.V'rtKTnoxvllle Critical Period. Itself In Innumerable ways .... Trains Discharge Passengersnt StpSld! : N Transfers.
, / Tenn :Rate one firm Duffer-One Is born every minute TAKE -. | C.

:-. Tclass fare pius 2S cents Dates of s.ile.: you know. Puffer Yes, but they're Cumber These Time Tn* ?.show tho tlinen lit < blob trnlnd 1.1."t'O'.) ,pr.d to arrive nt'nnil doper .

. ,'15th.June 1906 17. 18, ,final 19, 23 limit, 24. 15 30,days July In 7, addltlon 14.. not think Hated they till are not they-Indianapolis get old enough Star./ to BOld \ OmpaIY from Dot I the this several Company telteLlon to b..held. but rO'I'Ololh'their i | nrilvnN'o I I,riiuyuulayNuraii/cinnaoiiuoiiuetfarjHlUK' '" I Ilinoiifftiilod Unotpnaranieua Ib..fow.

S ( to date of sale Kxtensioiu PULQUE MAGUEY. i utt'sPiUs Will quote you prices and supply you, from tbelr yards pear.tbe depot y V .For Copy of the LCALTMcARD) .or,Other In '/rD toD' .-
final limit can be secured, to ,BeptemWr I at DeLand with best cypress and :yellow pine "
\ 30th 190U _. .. -: "SEE THE TICKET AOENT.J. '-

,'I"Aabeville. N. 0Rate one Drat Tfce %-!... Front Which Mexico' Rational And save health. Lumber l "J. D. RAHNER. '!. Pa Aj t.. 51'. AUOUSTTNH. FLA.iWe .
., class fare plus 25 cents.. Dates of sale, Drink Im Made your Flooring; .C.Ceiling g Mouldings ( '
,,,, ,
July 25. 2 27, IWXt FlnaULinlt-AuKUBt "rulquewhlch Is the national drink

tth1006. Extension tptemberiJ0tb; oc.ttie Mexicans Is made from the Blip Notice of Application for Amendment L't1isEtc l!' II; '
1906. of a giant species of agave the llcsliy. 'I Shingles, ; I ;?
:VMonteajle, Tenn.:Rate one Unit leaves of which are sometimes nine Charter Yoluala County) Ituuk.Notlreln Never Disaopoint Our Patisnts.Wo
': 's.crass fare plus 35 cents. Dates ot sale : hereby given that on Thursday All Lumber, Building! and Fire BrIck.Cement etc., promptly delivered ,
!. June 29. 30, July 8, 6, 19, 20 21, 28, 80. feet long and weigh over a hundred 'ie' Ohm duiy of July. 101X1( application, will anowhere Ln, e.sJty.1I Fulfill Evary Promlsa and Him Hold Out FalS

!c 80, .31; AuifUHt 16, 17tb. Final limit founds each. Each plant bears from he made to Hon N.' M Urowarrl. Governor .- r :' August 31st 1906. a *> ... -''._ wenty-flve: to HCfy leave around] amaastvefleshy hi the State 01 Florida, fur an amendment f k p detention front ba.tn..su\ uaniMfftuu f.oo Fol >*n
4. + I'C the charter the Voluala County Unk Cured never to 'without ,usrcuiry or> n.tceral Ln,. of Wanly
J" .IoI1I'or' rates or any tnforniatloii, see )S buna\ and the largest .....: Mixturo .
said bank conduct ; V.rp..lt''" hr nr to unthorlzu to | p
..... .. '0 as n -- --- -- ---- ; r -_ -- ---- ------- -. ------ .
ticket agent. ** ones weigh from*one to two toes "Saving1' Department In uonnectlnn with ))0. u" (iislf u.. .. 'lbs Dr. King MvilknICo. It .n IniUtutlnn orcBDlzedandetr, lbS
I kwsufts nnte' of Ovorglt. for tbs tr..tmro' and uteri of llBorToniHadobronledlitauvi.

t--" w Bate to !Savannah! rid Allniitlrn _, 'apiece.-This pulque maguey aa It is called,1/ aid bank adopted of nald pursuant bank at H to meeting held the at following DoLnnd.of the. stocklolders resouticn rite -., DeLand Saw and Plal ingJIill t &'IN.ore.Ur .Work&& I ,' I r7 aSs.--S' )Ob'.I.tLUIIDo.l.' Dt she pblatci5ne.od chief eooulttn. Dr. N.. I....ol Kin.Ujiit*. itofounder bsilng,) MM.i
,; j thrv) !s best at a high Altitude: on the "a tttu limb dv of May A. 1>. 1IXKI.) tn wits ,.,.a OursuooMcIa tbti tr tranatof chmuia 1- coatJi4LJ$1.iuvC4k." .. J -I w m.dl..I..d ,
AJfiN ( '= Mdl iiB bois leotrloi.l' iir '
iIiiinu\\ J. T. .lI arid 'Mnna .
r.\ : :: t44rl&' { of j the..,Mexlann table Resolved that' Seutlun Hecond ol' the Uli'irnr : .I r.tj:. t1r S. i oupom.s.rsequlppedntib' Cl l the bitter-
aoootItH :: : : :
; .
: Of the'aooeH-Hin.inie Volusla oj III! .., .
lands. The valley of Mexico la tbe of th Conntv Bunk bu nmcndoJfollows \ X-rar clout' rr act rm* nri>rtlD face, .n' .ileolrloiilaomrlvtuio )
q .Atlantic Coast Line will suit tickets to tie to wits By ..t"klnthererrom./ I) It .S' ''E : a' I I' I I kp'rn to thensedlo prufeiatop. DurtUUriUjn.I ii
,:,r. .;.> .\9 vaona'' tM from all priUita avJri"; EGDtej,ot' Its cultivation. and many entIreI ex-(! ne words "other than the buslurss usually h..IS. J D"I;"Ii' B.IM1B' "ID! .1 A .t i) ,: l's t fliodoru and iflSvhUi molen.Pc.5it iUt.S14.. we"sinpIpitJi44. .bl ftivtaftMBftii'l lbs beiltrititund
:'. Mf in Ooorgla, Alabama JancrjTom ton81v plantations are devoted ortainlnK/ exclnalvvlv' to siivlni( bunks or ,_ lioenned pbrilolADi bolog, I. '.Olurt'Cu
,pints in Florida north of and including I ly to growing It, yielding large rev, institutions forsavlnir. as pnwlded lu Chap1 AND< RO cMjirxijf I. : < J._ .III ,t W* rmplor no .,.I..dlot to....) I'dnra patltoti inS.
bonvllle. Lake ennes to their owners. The plants when .r ilHiM" and Inserting in.. llgu. thorsof the ', ; .u.ii M'w, I\\ patfl5fli0 b,'bl. O..,O. .. I.u.Hr. >.e.. un
; City Live Oak end, I )\ "' Oar "rmi .. K W
-illnwlng wordn to wit: Ceiling, F.jootSldhlg.) / 'l'urullijcroU.h..lnlf."Mouldi./ .... Window ( S 'i to|10.00 per nontb.( ) and.as tflT) *til*M.Ofuicttof
tBJ: ver Junction on May 18th. 14th lathJBO two three old set out In D.I..alo.'u4.d
or years are Also to tiavlnK'a ttfl"iit ...
carry on a Depai Poor \Frames! Newel Posts: Balusters, l"weWfr.urnlo\l..Po.; ; \ ,b, OolurAtHJ.dinar ..e%Q: 0V5 ft oare wlie
- from points sooth thereof. May 14th long parallel rows and reach maturity lu connection with snU bunking business \ iiuooa.i fiillf'iTe.l pernisv
fOI'Qrove'nd l'lnerlenl'! 'turCrnte and) linx" !Material( specialty !19,. .d "
"Tjrtd 10th, 1909. at rate of one furs pins Inorder tnd to this end tq receive deposits from, any '. I J ClIflOUCpISEASES. : r
from twelve to fourteen of1 T
, years. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind \ building.,; ) ( adder troubles, ,
"K cent for round trip; (minimum rate rson or fersnns, or the repr ventati\e or BESU' Roptur. lltdrooels. Dreane. Los.... sic. lrur.
to Insure succession of harvest, \ '
'- My ((110)) cents ) Final limit of all Jicktrn int or trustee of any peraon or pertons, DELAN Of' .. 'FLORPA'; ) tJ .DB/ D....'rmo.' and at.llgan1 troubte.. .1,. .
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''Way 1. 1906 (prior to midnight of whlub new settings are planted ;yearly. i..ruorntlon or olllulul or oiHclaU to Ux .., ,. hrniute ltic'ui..l, iou5 Or .I' .,':.f Er. set
I The great fleshy leaves spend all the and allow. ouch rate Interest on deposits .,.. ,, .... D Uo..ual Dusnhrges sad\ o :.. or ttI.placsauta,
raMsenfferaniaatreaohoriKlnal "om.
starting -- ---- --- ---- --- ----- .
J' of their Immaturity In storing. under such terms and conditlona, rules and WriteDR. us to-d'ev/ rtfirardlaivroorciiTidrtlua I |liu > or .d. Oil reqnMtend
'p1oIe'II ) years up .
I : ,vKulatlnns as may be Hiitbtirl/ed: and prekuribed j .- _. you our literature,lnaludlo, ympieni blanks hot bunte treannwil.
r, ., JCarJurtber.information sea your quantities of sweet sap. At the expiration In the by-law of the Corporation. 0 'u log. JkXAJMWATIOW AND AOVICB FRFK _

'$lketagent.. -_,,- _, .-' .- .. of this long interval which might :M. A. WOOL*, A. D. McBRIDE, it IING ICIl CO., = rIn! :\ : Atlanta, Oa.
Beoretary. ,
' :
1 : almost be called a period of Incubation John Stetson University .

..\ '. -- -U-- __ __ a remarkable change occurs. The Assljfnee'n! Notice to Creditors.: I .
, I plant lae1: then attained the supreme IN CIRCUiT COUIIT, HKVENTH JUDICIAL '
C flNUE : moment toward which all the boarding ClUCUir OK FLORIDA IN A N
> of sap during the past ;years baa been AND FOR VOL.UH1A COUNTY.In DeLand, Florida. HEALTH ITY

I Those who dircted.'the character of Its activity; tlia matter of the assignment pf Wm. !
) sin gaining fleuhJ Knlraom. i*ju .vm I ,
arid .tr.qsgth by r.guiartrsat.. chAnges.and with marvelous rapidity;
). mont with Whereas Wm Kolmou lixsu AFFLIIAT2D WITH THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO., SSn"27h hftt iron and, !" t-estoratlye for .
glguntle central flower stalk .bootalip'
a .ide, of nil of his i iltulsystam and
Hislnnment to
ail me VIL<r. bufd..p
pro. vigor'( ,
CULl.WJE; OK LIBElt.VL .utri-The.t..I".I. those itt l the Unlvflrsltr
Scott's Emubion' Into\ ,the,.lr from twenty to fifty; |n.rly, save what may be exempt by law, are brlntclnir 80do.esl.a box. I
Should' continue treatment foet- H, hereby give notice of the taut of such avlunmenl of I'hluago. Hlet on'. graduates reoiilva' their"'',IO'lrBPK' -from ''M'I... IIIt.'OIl'tll". gnu. or ho ewII11ntllt. .eurely wr""e no ..el"t of .0 jgbOJ
: -
I .. ChlcHRO. AFEI '
In not weath ri mallr clos 'The" and notlly all creditors of the said XI' 3.0. DI. Oemloaa .
flower which la sometimesft 0.
I 4 *little) cool mil K with It will stalk *\ m Kolmoa to die with mo sworn (talent Cl'I.LKOE: OP J.A'V-Hln..te. ul this College erg. mlmlltwl, tn .practice For Sale at the
and Lumley Onteeri
18.. ... away with any obl4K>tlon foot' la diameter; at the bottom '. I. fad. : nla of their olalnn, within sixty day law In Florida w It limit examination.COLLKCIE Phratnacy.
7e ,which !I.sittaohvd to fatty pro generously the '.tore of sap In the Ir m the date or these prfs' ills if realdflnUif OH1 TKCilNOLOUY: -' eobl1nlu..l.. Clvii Electrical: Engineer! *

? ., duct_n.during'.'. ', ,. .thai,, ,." "heat.d- base and leaves. Its upper end throws the Slate of FlorIda end mithln four and Hannitl. Traliiinv courses led. I-t. ... ninths nf such dut If rcnldont rulslde the eutiipment.COLLKOK and
: ... .. < s.
out branches like candelabrum aud iregalarlty
--" CT2 JIQ'IJ. :&.. ::h_..... haute uf the State of Florida.FRED OB1! BUSINE'9t-4auih'flg'Iutaii, Its bnnclins. IkHtk-kwplnR by vlir-
_, ; ; -. N_ V.... greenIsh white flowers spring forth -In bent methods I Klectlva: courses open In other dopitrtmonU. l.nrxe acuity. and __! .Inul'.e
C. GRAHAM or and .
*,_- 1M.M4..., aU.......... clatters,' Ilummlng birds' oriole. and ."'mFR''p18Kbl':' {!dIng.' ." They are I]LIFE pain.,,
AS811 nee of Wm Kolmou : \l'lhaMT(3raduates( prepared, ft enter, Harvard.l 8AV.? >4r. ,
various kinds of Insects also attractedby Orange City; Flu., Mf 1U, 19 6 Tale Princeton, Cornell. Mlohltfnn, I'hloairo" an'l HI hi) first alass colleges .. .. aiding development of .
1 the nectar of the blossoms .mel: for vroinen eqnals taem. do
pass, NOK AII AND 1-ftA.OTiOK! tiI'JHOOrL.1."Kln.lorlC'lt'te. lil'fti owil InilldInir. ] C.nncl barII.'t.
from plant i to plant and thus Insure, Notice of Application\ for Tax Deed 2. I rlmarv. and OramraitrMchool. In separatehuidlnif.| "Thl.sonool es|
fertilisation.," After.the seeds form the' Under Section H of Chapter 4dfcW cushy ,iirepares 'Public Hcliool! teachers',,, ". .?, _.?,,,. I Vn MOTT'I CUEMl AL Cerfaod, Oblo
Law of Florida. MUstO 8CHUUL ) orajxn dnzen tibullitIng \ .' '
: I100UO00 pipe : pianos, s.par f.
leave and, having exhaustedthemselves'In : 11 F.I.'hv tMT4Y.
I : ;
: Notloe U hel'llb'lIhen that Otto H. Vo... lures faonliy thorough a luraee study. .
this final effort, wither' purchaser Tax Uartlncatw. No. OHO dated ART 8UHUOI--New atudio' Costly Cast., models eto.Htuuon '- --- -. -.- ,. .
and die. lbs 1st day of .'un... A D. 19J3 lias die4uU has a faculty of 4f professor and InHtrnctors.l ;Tliev hoi I di-irrrv. "
,Thls Is "the ordlna". course of proednre -, oertlttoate In my olb.'.. amid liu" toads from Cite UniversIty Uhlonno, Harvard Xie, llartmimth.. I'ltliiinblu Unlver., Wo promptly obtain U. B f"rl
ally itf fsnnsylvuilii .MIL"' ''.Buuknell. llttiv..rlty 01 Mlolilxmi Deiinlson, .
.* bnt It would not suit the planter application for' tax dtted to I sue In accord Hryn ,. r'
since with law.' Said. certlttuiiHi embr e"s and nthrr IJnlverltltt. Thore are over ':SJO,0-0 lit bnildlnits and equipment' .
who at the critical .moment, ,when the following deserlbud property I ..Uu.'ftdIII nnxrlv qu..rter'mllllnn dollar "nd'iwment:.i>iM'ndo\vvil, Illirnry of i-vsr H.OOO
the mngney Is"on the point of'sending .t Voluala county, Florida, towitt volumes; a beautiful chapel wltlu.eostly fnrnt.lilnii.. Inaliidlnx. stained 1111188 I iiFENTS'nil
the Windows, 011 pnlntliiKS.. .a $10 000 00 i 1'\18 organ; .u. center
.. up. Its flower! .stalk.cuts oat Lot 8, Asipssnr's 0 I
.- ,, sco tp .ppnratus' an enolosrd Athlotlo Pldlit. runolnjc .trn-lc, l oiU nourM, bnnehalldiamond SEED ,
o.he".pl.llt. leavinga, bowl' shaped IDs, range Blr, S auras, mid gridiron "besides tmmmf' golfT'mwInif. anil othemports) .etm-
cavity. Into which, the stored sap nns. The said land being,, awessiMl at the date rate. liulMlngi (or men anti poisson; live large 'lu'mrntorle for H'heroUtry.. Phrn.los _" irepor iiHMf.nt,mtutoh or rSllty photo. .of Invention book for,
Tills.ap, >einvV'rfersaentea. tbe; : of the issuance nl such certlHaale In name ''ut..rl.I''ICY'' ] Mlnerolo-rr and Ulol"nyt severnl' large Hiusonma nm.'| nh.ins; 'Jp" "
''I I the name of W W K Nixon Unions saljorrllduntH .piscine II juts. elvo'rlG belie steam be"t. cement wjlk., shell r>ind lirnml, nv. : RADE-MARKS ,!
ut'ln'Of' commerce. 4 (C5 ? shall be redeemed' roonrdlnis to a tips, .imcl'iu" "uiimnii sni, ihlwiy ''''IV) tr mi; socIal', .lltttrnrv. unil. oilier mil.I"IIIH' f 'I
The'value M the animal' product of l..w. 'ax d' rd will issue ilmreon ou the ll.h; 'dliilM; star lecture ,'mlrsPs i Christian and not iiturlan trnoblntf. Tho,louxlh.ii. ,
polqaer: runs 'tip'.t.. millions) of dollars. dar of Juoe, A. U. tilts labevutllnlaad .. .'bI11.at tnesxiran.a, 10"' .!-- _' I' .
;. There?! is ancroWklrlrrof: agave from Witness my ortlolnl signature. and lied | o eatalom,..I tld&and'orpiavior, adilr t4'ruluieL,1| I ,
tbU the Uih day of Hay .\. ". U"U. ,
wblcb the Mexicans: get a much mo BAM'L. D. ,

powerful .alcohoim drink. .. 'known' '... Clerk Clroull Conrt Volusla CountyVia.: ,_-,_..__c.:_i LNCOL, i. 1 .,; i ''. -"PI.tD..DLnd.* I { .- ,. i, .._ ,
I iLwb.e.zp: r."v, ;ftwr& .** By Ben Fl.h. U q, . .
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