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DBLAND DBL ELAND ND ia situated 110 miles south of
44 Jacksonville Ja ksoov1lle on oothe the Jacksonville Tam TamP
r i P nna an Key Ke VTt WeetdfvJslon West division of tbp Atlantic Atlanticr
ip r Ooait line U ttho betownproper hetown town proper Is i five fl miles east eastof castot eastof
of tfcotBt the 8t obURIVer ohtuRifororitoehlh on the high rolling rolLln rolLlnplnoandaot
plnOjlands PID plnoandaot an taot ot the greaUorajiBu Ora iUrfditO ridge z1dgeof1or of Flor ¬
ida d liJU It Ia 6I1s1l isiiy e1I laccesslblo ac 8Ilblo Woiri Jacksonville JcksonUlelY
17 rail over the A C Cllno line being a ride rIrl through throughnOuy throullhno throughuy
nOuy no y small towns piney pine woods and ham hammocks 1UIUm haitiinok
m mocks kll nnd thrice crossing crosslulrtbo the hynclnthcov hynclnthcovOA hnclnthcoere
t ere eruil OA St Johns t tu or 41 the traveler ma may reach the tbltown thej I
j 1 town via In tho Florida East Coast railway rallI tak taking takIDII takIL
IL log tlckots at Jacksonville to Orange City Cft via viaV viaSt Ja Ja8t
V St Augustine Palatkn and New Smyrna De Dew DeLand D DiS
iS w Land LandisconnectedwithOrango Is connected with Orange City Clt Cityby by b aregu aregulur n areguf rc u ular
f lur stage stogollne line carrying U S mall and a 1 fine fineiholl finosholl fineheIl
< iholl road This drlvoof nvo miles through throughthe througbtho throughthe
the magnificent m fnlhcent forests and over the shell shellroad sbellroad
4s road makes this route a popular ono for the thetourist thetourbt thetourist
tourist Tho most picturesque route to Do DoLand ijuLnnil
Land Is by river from Jacksonville to Lnki LnkiBoresford LIIercstord
i Boresford rcstord which is UeLands DeLnndlllandlllll landing on tD t I ISt I ISt I Ilt
St Johns This route Is one often tulteiuy tUkelUrthatoudstwbo
1r rthatoudstwbo 1 the tourist who comes to ilorlda forty to fOi I Ilf Hwt Hwttime 111 IlrItime t ttime
time From rorn Beresford lIere fordt where In ill Us bnrk Iks Ikss5 I I Ifrom
s5 from the commodious c and comfortui I stiim stiimor 01011111or ilXI ilXIor
or of tbo Clyde St t Johns rhxr Mix ltniv ltniveler It rrJ rrJeler tIV tIVt
t eler reaches UoLaucl DuL udlltbtJr ukhurby either by r rlO1 > i uv 0 M MDeLaud 1 1DeLand Iq
q DeLand llrancb Brancborb or ht ° llav navtaku tllko i tt 111111 j vt d > ul ulmeets U
2 meets allboats Illlpoat P I
CLIMATE ANpHEALTHFULNtSS ANpHEALTHFULNtSSEarly AND ANDHEALXIFUL4C8Sikv HEALHFULN SS SSEarly
ikv Early In your yoursojurii our sojourn soi urll j 4u u will nth to as assure usauro ¬
4 sure youself youpelt by obiiurvuon ob or n nuJ liniutry re regarding rolIrdl regardiu ¬
garding lIrdl r tho climate oflorlda ot orlllu In InIlt1Uerlll general and undthat andthat andf
f that of UeLauainiXrtlcular DeLund III 1drtleular tlcular Wu ti will sup suppose supposetbat supposethat ¬
pose posetbat that you uuvcomo lJa UiIlO mo in Uvcembur or Juu Juuuary Juuuary January
uary You notl uotlothnt thlt most of tho trees arc urolufull arcks
ks lufull In full leaf onoicoroses jOKu oleo roses seen in the North NorthonllppUi NolthonHoll I
1 onllppUi OULPOU1rifbOUSW tj1fliou8cs ousea are blooming unpro unproiv
M iv UC U llV e i j i
IIlU gartWn uUS Everything lImllllds lImlllldsC91 runuliidsc4uii
C91 c4uii 1 tlt ttttMa Mayor b1ay or Juno days of the theTJC tboI tboyo thuI thuie I
I yo TJC 1 Je onlV1 oni l l stittfs Tho hoJ iiwattSi iiwattSiiPonUSuhir t tm
Jre n J JLI1 LI1 ll I IoerOi
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WhUo bUeheali tIiOBt IjcrlolIg lusting liistliigI I
I iPonUSuhir n1J 8ulurforllloftbolltutu 8ulurforllloftbolltutuU form of the state statef I II Itl3
un
I I f i iMavJOototMtlnd
U tl3 ti uill the trequeut Iiow IiowI
I e preV ptOV J th5CXtI11C f ext lUes or oVfJrc8sh0 hellt helltuent heitIjquent
Ijquent uent jriIaivuuiu lwao J1 au turthel north III1t III1tJ lrllslia
J slia MavJOototMtlnd fi 111l November are tho llnest 1I11estof lliii5tI I
I Si3eSr Si3eSrjiaay of the ytr ytrI r rI I
I Many people p oplewho who have come hero from thu thoN0kibtkatt thuK thut
t N0kibtkatt Nih K h Kaat ait and nd 11 West or from one of thu theKMtbern thuI
11 KMtbern tlle irUiks tV8 s testify that the climate bus busdjaMM hilSI hitsgtvefl
I dven sgrctt1 Ij1llr ut relief flOID ihuuututliii ihuuututliiii heuUlull lll llll
i I l I tG tU Itrr1i consumption uud various variousit I IPJ
it < I d1ueoftlicthretitai1dlU5 djaMM PJ > f the throat and luuty luutyi4tbe IUU d llIu lJenel1ry lJenel1ry1f1frri bcnelits4t
1f1frri 4t < t r4 t i4tbe Utbedel1cd derived from life in IlIlbu tUemlld thu mlili open air airTicking1 iliay airr
y r q 1 < 4 v ll1ble and lIl1lAru aru ulljocd IJ by hCllrl licarty and 1I1I1It andr
t r tbI bIaaIIku lIkc throughout tilt entire ear will willilg wiiiJ
J ilg ri jir < mlU1d aiid 8UIUlUcr lbu elt city is for IUlleStlUI IUlleStlUI4J miles ur urJ
J
4J r a roiUJttIJ1J forests of the southern pine CII CIIJIdiinll ciiTiChftIg
h Ticking1 the air with buUaui Tue atmosphere atmosphereBtDeLuuJ atmospbeloaVDeLllnd
1 BtDeLuuJ aVDeLllnd Is remarkably remUlIUlbl dry dl for fa I Florida FloridaTbere FIorlduTtaeru 1ollliu1t1ere
Tbere are no hikes rivers or swamps In thu theimmediate thuImmediate
1 immediate vlclulty maid the hu deep deposit IJcpo 1t of ofporous ofi ofporous
i ft porous land provides rov1des perfect crfeot surface drain drainage lIl1IluDie draInage ¬
age Malaria Is practically unknown These Theseconditions Thesuoudltiuii1 flltSUi
i t conditions with an abundance C of pure arte artesian urwIlan urtualan ¬
alan water and lid careful sanitary lIl1jhU arrange arrangements uriinelj ¬
lj 1 > ments make this thl unquestionably ullue tloIlUIJI one of the themost tilemOdt thez
z 0 most healthful places to bo found UUII anywhere anywherePUBLIC ulIwhcrtJPUBLIC anywherePUBLIC
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTSIn
In the way wn of public improvements can be bementioned btJmentloued bementioned
mentioned several miles of the finest shell shellrouds shell1011d8 shellI
roads electric lights on the t bu main streets of ofthe 01t ofI
I t the le city clt a system of water works that ib ibowned IIIowned i iI
owned and oudopellted operated by h the city ell supplying supplyingthe 11111111111tho
I 1 I the purest puretwatertt water wlit rt at a little above cost eo t also alsofurnishing 1I1 uhofurnishing 0 0furnl
furnishing furnl lJlnllmlcqullte adequate lire protection and socui socuiing IueulInll eeu eeu5i
5i lug a low rateof ratl or Insurance In uniUeu Au electric light lightplant IIIhtplant lightJ
J plant turnUhes turnldl lights for street and Interior Interiorlighting IlItellollIarhtllljf
1 lighting We also baveun IIIIW UII leo factory tlIltol sup supplying suppllnH suuiplying ¬
plying DeLandand VuLund 11111 the surrounding s country countrywith eountr eountrWith countrywith
with the article so essential to comfort com fort In Innorthern Innorthern innorthern
northern as u well us southern climes climesRELIGIOUS climesRELIGIOUS ciliucsL
1 RELIGIOUS RELIQIOUSAND AND EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALNine EDUCATIONALNine
Nine houses of worship testify that UeLund UeLundis
I is a churchgoing community eOlUlu unit Baptist Epis Episcopalian IplsoopllUau Episoopailan ¬
copalian Methodists Northern and South Southern Southem uth uthorn ¬
ern em Presbyterian Christians und Koman KomanCatholics itomanCathoilce
1 Catholics besides b ldes colored Baptists ond Metho Methodists Mothodl Methodiste ¬
dists dl tll lire represented The graded school schooloilers schuololltJlIIliU schoolOilers
L olltJlIIliU oilers un eight years UUIII course and the building buildingwhich buildingwhich lUlldlnlrwhlcb
which it occupies occu > lcli Is Isne1ll new and newly newl furnished furnishedthroughout tUlnlshedbrouIIbout furitisbedthroughout
throughout and In toneof one of the most commo commodious lOIUIUOtUous eonmuioF ¬
F dious and ant best equipped public schools In the thestate tbelinte thestate
state A Acertiticuteof certificate of graduation from this thisschool thiscbool thisichool
school Is accepted at John Jollnll 1J Stetson Univer University Unhora Uiilvers1t ¬
sity a s1t ty and entities the pupil llU pll to entrance Into Intothe IntoJ
I r1 J the academic acaden le course there
4 JOHN B STETSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYThis
3 This is the leading educutioual Institution InstitutionIn tltutlon tltutlonIn
1 t In tho state and attracts many mlln families to toDoLund toDIILnd toI
I DoLund for the winter mouths The Institu Institution InstltuI ¬
I p tion busubout 350000 Invested In bulldlnira bulllllullSt buildingst
t t 40 u Instructors of ublllty ablllt and assistants from fromdoted fromnotell frontnoted
doted colleges of the United States mid for forelKQ COlllCu lott
t elKQ llCu countries constitute the faculty 1leult At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the present time about 400 4 students uro regis registered reilisered registered ¬
tered John H Stetson University UnheNlt U iiOlllutud iiOlllutudwith ulll1llltedti aiuillutedwitt
with wlt tim Chicago University Uul < tslt pronUu pro nltu credit civUltbeinv clC creditbeing lt ltbelnll
ti p being fflveu In either institution for work workdone workdouo soikb
b r done in the tb other Stetson Stet sou has hl1 a productive productiveendowment prolluethceudowment productIveendowment
endowment of aXOU OO Thu bulldlnus are arelarge urelarifo areI
I I large and substantial every eer comfort belntf belntfjprolded behlllpro1ded beIngroided
jprolded roided as In a modern hotel Catalogues Cataloguesinay Catalogueslaity i iIY
laity IY be bl obtained free by bulldrell addressing lllg the prcst prcstDent preslnent presiflout
Dent Dr J Jb 1 Forbes ForbesBICYCLING ForbesBICYCLING oroosBICYCLING
BICYCLING BICYCLINGPavements BICYCLINGl
1 l Pavements in and about the city clt and tho thoexcellent thoexcellllnt theexcellent
excellent paths that have been made to adja adjaoeut udjl1Geut udjaeent
oeut towns and points of interest otter littoN unexcelled littoNI ¬
1 celled opportunities to the wheelman Ihooe Ihooewho Ihu fhmoewho o
1 who have ridden bicycles on almost every everykind eeryklnd everykind
kind of road and pAvemeat are unanimous In Intho InJ inthe
J the opinion that our pavements are as good goods go 011 011iu
iu aa s asphalt DesiOe Desldetho thu paving of the streets streetsin streetstbe atrcctsIn
in the city olt limits the residents beyond bcoil1 the cor corporate corIXIrBte cororate ¬
porate orate bounds bouudshave have extended tho roadway rOlldwn In Inome Inome Insome
some ome cases as s several miles An excellent bicy bicycle blc blclo blcyII ¬
cle lo path has b s been made to Lake Ueresford Ueresfordthree Dcresfordthree Deresfordthree
II
three miles distant also a good shell road to toOrange toOra tot
t Orange Ora e City Clt five miles south soutblInd and u path to tovLake toko toLake
Lake ko Helen five miles distance by way wa of oflake ofLake
7 lake Winhemissett WJnneoi Wlnnewl2se ele1t ele1ti tt ttFISH
1 FISH ANDCAME ANDCAMEFJorida AND CAME CAMEFlorida GAMEI
i
I 7 Florida waters fresh and salt abound in injasbt Inehi int
t t jasbt Jisit ehi and the hunter bunternecdnotgofar need not go far to find tlndgood nndaood findjjtj
jjtj good bird shooting The lakes of the DeLand DeLandAquatic DeLlindAlualo DeLandAquatlo
Aquatic Club one and n half miles east of oftownore oftowo ofI
I townore town are wellstocked with wltbbl1S8 bass und smaller smallerfish smallerJiab smallert
t Jiab fish and afford all rd great sport to those piscato piscatofrially pl8ldofrially piseatofTiaUy
frially inclined During the hunting season seasonfguldcs seasonC l1SOn l1SOniiruldcs
C fguldcs take tim tourists to quail grounds and nndlieldom 1Ult 1Ultaeldom andloIdomn
lieldom aeldom fall to bag a goodly number of these thesofat thcsofat
1 fat and juicy morsels morselsTHE mor miiorse1rr 1e 1eTHE
rr a THE DILAND AQUATIC CLUB CLUBThis CLUITh1e OLU5e
e This club was organized in 1901 1001 by b our lead leadlnscitizen leadI leadIngcltizeni
lnscitizen I lt DI1ho who ho recognized re lI the theneed need nC d of o owator owatorI water wateraUrajptioiLSio watora
I aUrajptioiLSio a aUrticxis1ct t1aps1oJ the fejufiat Uf8t and a d home liomepeople liomepeoplelb people peopler peopleTlicitsbhspurch
Tlicitsbhspurch lb r olnb clabbpu haapurcfaued C1WIe ed l a I thousand thousandacresOt thousandacresOtJi acres of ofland ofland
Ji land surrounding several beautiful freshwa freshwater mshwaterlaJrall freshwator ¬
ter terlaJrall lalcMrlnOTbteh 1b splendid ipl p1 ht1 nulid fishing 1l1l lng la found foundTho toundThe foundThe
The cr crSb c1hbtair1atiioflt t 6nso u8 1tatO < aWnt tt itnllo atnlk a mile and a half h 1r cast castof castof eastof
of town and Is reached by by a splendid paved pavedtre pacdMiiet pavedy
y Miiet tre t k 84b101 < J bicycle bie l 1ti tnjokon oo J liew ew York avenue avenueA avenueACODuD1ent avenuetl
tl A convenient and commodlpuB xiinmodLous clubhouse cfubhousoafford crubhollaUordl
4 afford fford n pltba plaOefortbo for the elghteeer or picnic picnict plonlotosm pleliloV
V t ftatr faTotk to tosm securo a luncheon to lie 11010 11010r1 in inthe
4 J r1 the cool banuBOcksandBce batDDI bauuxiocka ckl and ICe Co the therlppllng rippling blue blueJt blueI
I t Jt wtI tMj oI tomt9 to write read or ketch A boot bootwt boaty
y wt 1It waaadrewboat4apd lfi Q apdcanoca anoea fa faf isL
L f A e a1encq en < < t and one may 71G 71GJY so soes
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own their own lioata hOllt8l1R nifty leave ym tiu can in charge chargeor
or the keeper foni 101 n small tiUllllIlIIOllhly monthly or yearly
fee The eeveml selJrlllll1kt1 lake of tholub are being beingconnected belnllconnected beIngConnected
connected by the digging of canals fifteen flfteenmllciof fifteenmilesotlakeshoru fitteenmile
mllciof mile milesotlakeshoru ot lakeuhoro la kl ttboro will jil titilly aCQuired beacqulredNEARBY bo boacquiredNEARBY aCQuiredNEAR
NEARBY NEAR BY ATJflAOTIONS ATJflAOTIONSGoing A1fRACTIONSGolna A1IRAOTION3Going
Going cast thirtyjjilles tblrt > > lIe those who whodesirea whodesireachange desire a achanKO achnnlre
change of air and srj YJ1I0 seiio no especially In the sum summer summer summuer ¬
mer tlnd on the neighboring fghborlng coast some someot of the theflnest thoftllcst thefittest
fittest stretches tbftn f oceunbeach ocean beach In the world worldDeLeon worldDuLeoll worldDeLeon
DeLeon and ljuie ue Springs ureruoet uro most Interest InterestIntr IntarcstIng Interestlog
log nitturalobjecta natulIIl objects within easy driving dls dlsrectlon dlstance distunco
tance froi6eLundllnd fronyfleLmmnd and the roads In an any dJ dJrcctlon direction
rectlon present tsnt a pleasing variation of orange orangegrovesgiant OntllioIIroes oruuegroves4lunt
grovesgiant IIroes Il1nt pi pInes nee little lakes and tropical tropicallooking tropicallookl tropicallookId
looking lookl hammocks hammocksHCVKLS hanunocksHCi1FLS hammocksHCLS
HCVKLS AND BOARDING HOUSES HOUSEStoin
loll llllH lIt question on reaching DeLandls DeLandlsfoi Js Jsful Isfor
for M if I i if IC place A great variety Is of ofrureilfr ot1lHldlI offurdfii
rureilfr i most palatial hotel to the thomode tbemO themode
mode mO like boarding house kept by
Indies 11 I jcment Whatever ono wants he hean he1l11 beahl
an be n commodated The cards of several severall 8e oral
l our hotels and boarding houses can be bec bevllnd bevtind
c vllnd ml In this paper papcrnnd and the proprietors will willtune wJ11tllKc willtliae
tune pleasure In furnishing rates or any an other otherInformation otherInformutlOIl otherinformation
Information desired desiredNearly desJrellNellrl desiredNearly
Nearly Nellrl all of our lioteli and boarding houses housesare housegale i
are surrounded sur o lIded by b attractive I1tlI th yards nrd and ma ¬ I
trees hCusllId and nil face paved PIIC streets streetsFor streotsFor
For a quiet homelife they tlJe are unexcelled unexcelledPicnic uuetcel1edPicnic unexcelledPicnic I
Picnic parties arc gotten up weekly Wcl1kl by b the theguests thelUQsts theguests
guests nnd hosts h08tSl1lld und pleasant days spont nt ntpicnic litIllclllc ittPICnIC
picnic grounds from throe to ten or twcUe twcUeinlles tweiomiles 0 0mlles
mlles from town towimSECRET 1 j T TSECRET
SOCIETIES1 SOCIETIES1St rt rtSt I I
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fit
St Johns Chapter ifrf3 Nti f S 1
hers T ln H WeKlj Wel 5ner JGerifl I u TurpfeTrlncm TurpfeTrlncmStIohn iurrgnom iurrgnomSt U > memo memoSt
StIohn St Ioh Iohnt > MR his term termHSJT ttr ttrJ7 taruqu1i7F >
HSJT oJ7lr J7 A M nIo 10 mem memp motuiV mnemp
iV p > u j lirucuy secretary secretaryVypress secretor
Iypress Vypress Cump < IIml No 13 W of W Willllembcrs Wfl 71 members membersT
T H Webb ebb clerk clerkMagnolia ellrkrllilnolla clerkMagnolIa
Magnolia Lodge No 811 U 1 00 O O F42 memo member memobOI mcliibums ¬
bums W V M Woodward secretary secretaryMyrtle secretnr secretnrIyrtlo secretaryMyrtle
Myrtle Lodge No 81 K of P P57 67 7 members membersClir mcmbcl1JCia membersCliri
Cia 0 Codrlimton keeper of records and uudseal IIndsCIlI andsemi
seal semi
sealA
A 0 UW15 U Wliil1lumbel8 wit members T K Webb Wcbbre re recorder recorder ¬
corder
POINTS NEAR DiLAND DiLANDBlue DLANDDlllt OgLANDhue
Blue Springs miles UeLeon Spring 9 miles milesEnterprise ull1esElltelllrle tidIesEmiterimrie
Enterprise li I miles Urecn Springs 14 miles milesCassudugn IIIl1esClIssudllill timllesCussmtdutgti
Cassudugn Camp T tulles III lies Wlnnvmlssett 8 8inlles BmllCti Smiles
miles Lake Helen U miles Ueresford 3 miles milesOrange milesOrtUlge mIlesOrange
Orange City Clt u miles Glenwood 7 miles High Highland HighIlIIul Highhiitml ¬
land Park 5 miles Spring Garden 0 mllus mllusDaytoim IIIl1usD mmiilesDiytotma
Daytoim D < Itonn SS 5 miles 1lerson 2 mIles Seville
27 2 tulles llttrbervlllo 11 It miles Port Orange
30 miles Eldrldge IS miles Emporla 19 miles inllesGolf mllosGolf milesGolf
Golf Grounds Hi mile Deerfoot Mineral MineralSpring MineralSpring Ulleral8prlni
Spring ft miles milesHOUSES milesHOUSES milesHOUSES
HOUSES AND COTTAGES COTTAGESTheru COTTAGESThere COTTAGESThem
There is great rellt demand for furnished houses housesduring housedurlllil housesduring
during the winter season and persons who whointend whoIlltolld whointend
intend to como for the entire season should shouldprocure shouldprocure shouldprocure
procure their accommodations In advance advance1lvo advanceIivcorslxmoom
1lvo Iivcorslxmoom 1 0 or sixroom cottages furnished rent for torIiIO
410 to 415 15 a month 1II0nt b larger houses from 15 15foru 15for 15bra
bra for U modest residence to 100 per month for foru
u placo with all modern improvements etc etcPROOUCIS atePRODUCI etcPRODUCI
PRODUCI PROOUCISDeLand S SDeLllnd SDeLand
DeLand Id I III the midst of one of the most mostimportant most1I1I1Oltllllt mostimultorimint
important orange growingsections growing sections of Florida FloridaConsiderable FloridaConsiderable IorldaConslllullIltle
Considerable fruit was shipped from this sec section se setlon seetion ¬
tion last year CIII The Th coming season will see seelargely sec11I1lel seelargely
largely 11I1lel increased IlIcleu erl shipments and the time la lanot 18not isnot
not far distant when hun III all probability this thiswill thiswill tlmi tlmiwill
will uguMi IIlUllllJe bo H great orangu producing coun country countI country ¬
try tI The he production PIo llctlun of the tb pineapple hero heropromises beropromises herolromnlses
promises to rival that of the orange Kecont Kecontexperiments 1I0centeqorlnwntll Itceomitex
experiments ex prove that with wi tim comparatively comparativelyInexpensive compllrathelyIncxpensu comparativelyInexpensive
Inexpensive protection such soil and climate cllmatoas
as that of DeLand will profitably produce producefruit 11Odueetrult pioducofruit
fruit which in size und quality far surpasses surpassesthu surpossesthe surpassestIme
the pineapples grown without shade further furthersouth furthcrsouth furthersouth
south southIn southIn southIn
In June or oIJulllirge orJuly July large quantities of delicious deliciousNiagara deliciousNIHIIIU deliciousNltigtua
Niagara grapes ripen Excellent peaches peachespears peacbeslIUill peacheslCttN
pears Japan JUIJUIIIJelSlullllons persimmons Japan plums pecan pecannuts pecanlIutSIlIlIlIIS pecannuts
nuts lIutSIlIlIlIIS guuvas strawberries watermelons and nndmany IndnUII andImmtumy
many nUII subtropical fruits CruItSI1IC ure grown here with withsuccess withsuccc withsuccess
success s For the local market and family familygarden famll famll11I11ltill familygardeim
garden an 11lIlIlIuo utmost t endless variety vlarlet of vegeta vegetables vegetabhs cgetahlls ¬
bles may 11111 be produced 111oduccllllulll1l1 during tile entire year yearThe yearThu lJar lJarlhe
The soil ol1ls Is particularly adapted apted to corn corlland corllandwtct and andcweet andsweet
sweet potatoes Hecent trials trllllsllrOo prove that an anunusually anIInuslIIIII antmnnsuuhhy
unusually IInuslIIIII high grade of tobacco may ilia be pro produced produced produced ¬
duced on the high pine land Parts of Volu Volusla Volusla olu oluala
sla county count ure adapted to the cultivation of ofsugarcane ofSU ofSugar
sugarcane SU Sugar II cunc
MANUFACTORIES M AN U FACTO R IFS
The chief manufactured product of DeLund DeLundand DcLunLiuuLl DeLundamid
and vicinity Jclult Is lumber The abundant supply supplyof stpplor
of yellow ello pine nnd cypress c pros might be made into intoa
a great variety lIrht of articles now shipped lu lufrom Iufrom inIrma
from a distance III tance Among monl thumaunfacturinK1 thumaunfacturinK1Industries tlm muunfactlrJnR muunfactlrJnRIndustries muunfacttirlngIndustries
Industries already ulrelHI established we have an Ice Iceplant Iceplllllt iceplant
plant a fertilizer factorv flltto I tw tt tv woad woadt iy Jd Jdworklllg d dworking
worklllg extllbll llIncnPmrtcMlit tt t many manyuseful miLD miLDucCul manyueftil
useful tilings In Jllittl Its hue a cassava starch fac factory factOI fectot ¬
tory tot hero mid one at Lake Helen giving em employment emploImcm cmllOImiOiit ¬
ployment to many 1111 hands and working thou thousands thouSIIII thouitmmds ¬
sands SIIII of acres of land landOUR IlIndOUR laudOUR
OUR PEOPLE PEOPLEThe PEOPLEThe PEOPLEThe
The people I oJlle of Ueland ore from frolllilimost almost every everypart ocr ocrpllrt everyPuTt
part of the United States They lhe are Intelli Intelligent Intelilgent imitehhigimit ¬
gent and protrrewlvi po re I They Tile have worked en enthuslastlcully enthU9111 entliuslittliaily
thuslastlcully thU9111 tkllll fur twentyfour years ellr13 to build buildup buildnl buildtill
up nl their beautiful bellullfl1lllttlo beau huh little city clt Uninterrupted Uninterruptedprogress UnlntelruptedJrOIlIc Umtimitciruptcdprogmees
progress JrOIlIc s and Improvement have been the re result reo reosuit resuIt ¬
suit Their desire now Is that as many mun as pos possible possible possible ¬
sible of those who are aroturmilng turning southward may maysee ma masee maysee
see for themselves what DoLund offers both bothto botbto bothto
to settlers and winter win tor residents for then thenmany thenmany
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many man more will surely surel twee with the many manywho man manywho I Iwho
who now pronounce UeLund on account of ofher ofher i
her climate aijd IUrl her people her university universitychurches unhel1Jlt unhel1Jltchurcbcs universitychurches
churches and fraternal organizations her ho hotels hotels hotell
tels anti her homes her products her public publicImprovements publicImprocmellts publicImprovements
Improvements and her meFcliant nmeF mants the most mostattractive mostIIttrnethc mostattmuctivc
attractive place In all tho southland for them themTrue themTrue themTrue
True Gcneroalty GcneroaltyA GenEroltA
A charming story of the late queen queenof queenot queenof
of England vouched for by Mr A AF AFStory F FStory FStory
Story Is told III the Childhood > d of ofQueen atQUU ofQueen
Queen Victoria It Is so consistent consistentwith consistentwith consistentwith
with the queens known kindness of ofheart athe ofheart
heart he lt tlmt It speaks fur its own truth truthThe truthThe truthTime
The Princess PIIIICC S Victoria had set her herheart herhenrt herheart
heart on buying a doll she had seen In lua Ina Ina
a shop window but her mother the theDuchess tbeDnchess theDuchess
Duchess of Kent would not let her herbuy herlm herbuy
buy lm It until her next allowance allo inee of ofpocket atpocket ofpocket
pocket money was due dueAt dueAt dueAt
At last the day came nnd the prln princess prlncess prlncern ¬
cess hurried tc the shop paid over the tbosix tbesix thesix
six bright shillings and got the long longcoveted longcoetd longcoveted
coveted doll dollOn dollOn dollOn
On coming out of the shop with wltbber wltbbertrcmmre her hertreasure hertreasure
treasure in her arms the princess en encountered cncounfercd encountered ¬
countered a wretchedly miserable miserabletramp miserabletramp miserabletramp
tramp who plucked up courage enough enoughto
to ask for help The princess prln eSBhesltuted eSBhesltuteda hesitated hesitateda
a moment then realizing that she nolonger nolonger no nolonger
longer had any money left for the man manshe iianshe an ansbe
she returned to the shopkeeper shopkeepernnd and gave gavehim gaveblm gaveturn
him hack the doll He gave her the theo thea
0 filiilllnpv promising also to keep eep the thedoll thedoll I Idoll
doll for her b r for u few daj dajThen days daysThou IaylThen
Then the little lady hurried out of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th shop and thrust the whole wboleot of the themoney themon thelnoney
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Cornell students will keenly mIss this thisyear thIsyear thu S Syear
year Morse Stephens 1 the big hearted heartedsympathetic beartKl1 beartKl1mpathctJc heartedsympathetic
sympathetic Oxford graduate who whoJ wbbbvh wbbbvhthe bcldi ll lltho
tho chair of English and modern Eu European E Erop Europenu
ropean rop l1n history hlstor who has gone to the theUniversity theUulerslty tinUniversity
University of California Morse as he hewas heWLIS h hwas
was familiarly spoken t > of WHS consult consulted
cd by tho students on every occasion occasionuud occasionund occaslosunti
und was In particularly great demand demandas demltllas
as a speaker at their banquets and andsmokers alldsmol andstuokeis
smokers smol < els Ills fondness omlIcss for the weed Is Isproverbial Isproclblul Is1rOVCibItil
proverbial at Itlincu He Is asking for forthe Corthe fortime
the rocks sold a jingle In the college collcgoannual collegoullnuol collegeannual I
annual to build upou the campus campusplofessols n nprofessors aprofessors
professors smoking box boxAnother lJOxAnother bocAnother
Another Jingle that appeared In the theWidow theWidow theWidos
Widow the HtudtDts humorous 11 umorons paper paperwas paperWl18 paperwas
was about the butts In front of Mor Morrlll Marrill Mornh
rlll Morrlll hull bcluj the building la lawblcli 111which inwbieli
which Professor Stephens used to toliver de deliver d dIIve1 ¬
liver his first morning lecture lectureAt lcmcAt lectureAt
At the student gatherings Professor ProfessorStephens ProfessorStepbens ProfessorStClheiIS
Stephens almost always talked round roundthe roundtho roundtime
the corners of a huge cigar cigarWlllStndr cigarWIIIilttad cigarWIth
WlllStndr WIth Iltidy Our rSSrnnlUra rSSrnnlUraOliver I ITrnnflnnCli i rnnll m mOlh
Oliver Olh Cli vem A Hortlt BIJItLf Hurt iLMl u I lilnga klllg i ugs uiesaea uiesaeaer
er has tnhcflxfj take nm ocr from Eng Engand I lIg
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big lIew uiewnip pup sllos sllOI fjon nftor his Ul9and
arrival lie Pi M1ri Il1 to II IClIOItN In Wnall ash
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11111 neWRpapcs thl mlleldner machi nery neryand
and method 1f ouil Sh slinll visit Vov York YorkChicago iorlcjLtctO
Chicago g AVuslilimti i and Philadelphia Philadelphiato
to do this thl I inn alrcfldy amazed at atyour atyotu
your 011 enterprise and n lid wonderful way of offinding otfinding offinding
finding out things thln s and expect to get getmuch getmuch getmuch
much benefit while hero heroCatiHtlc hereCaflFiIc I
CatiHtlc Corclll CorclllMarie CorelllUorle CoreillMarie
Marie Corelll the novelist has pub published pubIIslaed publlshed ¬
lished an article In an English maga magazine 1nasazinc inagazinc ¬
zinc on Vulgarity In Wealth in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which she says sa s some pretty harsh harshthings harshthlllgs harshthings
things about rich Americans Including IncludingMr
Mr J J Plerpont Morgan and Mr II An Andrew Alldlc Audrew
drew dlc Carnegie She likens Mr Ilirolgon Ilirolgonto f forgnu forgnuto
to n moneyed octopus stretching out outhis outhis outhis
his greedy tentacles II every eel direction directionand directionontl directionand
and striving to grasp the British ship shipplug slll11plllg shippIng
plug Industries and Interests Miss MissCorelll MIReCorelll MissCorelil
Corelll calla Mr 11 Carnegie a poor hu human human ¬
man biped and accuses him of patron
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age ostentation and swagger But the thegem thegem thegem
gem of this fierce onslaught by Miss MissMarie MissIalle MissMarIe
Marie Is found In this paragraph
As a nation of bombast nud swagger swaggerthe swaggerthl swaggerthe
the United States is a kind of rare rareshow rllleshow rateshow
show In the worlds progress progl BS But her herstrength berstrength herstrength
strength Is h chletly centered In dollars dollarsand tlollorfJnnd dollarsmind
and her Influence in the social 50 lal world worldteaches worldteaches worldteaches
teaches that dollars are nr the only ware wareEnglish wareEn vareEnglish
English En lIsh society has been sadly vulgar vulgarIml vulgar11ro vulgarlied
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Mrs H R Jobc formerly orlllerl of UlrmliiRham
Ala writes from rolll Kldwke the same stale staleaa staleaD staleas
aa follows followsItIs followsIt
ItIs It Is witlitliegreatest wilh the helreate greatet t pleasure thnt I rec recommend recommend recommnend ¬
ommend Dr Miles Nervine and Heart
Cure I only wish that I could tell every
sufferer how hol much good cood they have h Ie done Olle me
Last winter I had a severe attack of o La
Grippe which left my hear in a 1 very Iry bad badcondition badcontllllon badcondition
condition I could npt lie down for the therotlier tilent4eri thenIeri
rotlier nIeri spells pdJ tliat would nuld almost over overcome ovcrcome overcome ¬
come me and the feeling fcelln of oppression oppressionaround oppressionaround oppressionaround
around my heart I had not been so that I Icould 1could Icould
could lie on my left side for n 1 lone 101l time I Ifot 1cot Igot
cot your Heart Cure curennd and took tlucc bottles bottleshave bottlellI bottIeI
fot I have no trouble now with my m heart l t rt and andcan antican amidcan
can lie on my left side as Dsw nswelt well ll as my m right rightFormerly rh tightFormerly ht htlormerly
Formerly I had hadsuf1tecl suffered for years ears with nerv nervous nervOilS ncrvous ¬
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edies that I had got clear out of beau hea t of o get Minerves getting getlag
ting anything that would help mime The Thenerve lItenervea
nerves of my heart were so affected that thatsometimes thatsometImes thatsometimes
sometimes it would oulll lose lo e heats so it would wouldseem wouldseem vouh1seem
seem seem to stop altogether It was wa on tin ad advice 111 111vice advice ¬
vice of a lady IlltI friend that 1 Ilried tried your our Restor Restorative Restoratlve Restorative ¬
ative Nervine I felt better after Ihl he first firstfew lir hrstfew t tfew
few doses and two bottles hou les of Nervine crVmile and andone andone Inrione
one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new newperson IICWperson Imewperson
person My heart is all light and my nerv nervousness nervousness nervousness ¬
ousness is all gone I never fail fa il to recom recommend recommend recumnmend ¬
mend it toothers to others afflicted as I was wasAll wasAll wasAll
All druggists sell and guarantee first hot hottie huttie Imttie
tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free tee book bookon hokon hookon
on Nervous and Heatt Disease DI eaes Address AddressDr Ad AddressDr ress ressDr
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lone one without a c cent deposit in i advance and allow allowIo
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