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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1904
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
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VOLUME XVIII DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO. FLA. SATURDAY JANUARY :' .1. is

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Professional tar&s.:( than u million: dollars annually to .: ..- ,;
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I i TALIAFERfiOS REPLY C-: "" '''' ---/Io !!!!o 'fI!!!' ''
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freights have sought the cheaper or ..
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W. PERKINS :
JAMES wnte haul uiado available by deeper WATTS' ( : :
Senator Au jWjra tha Letter & ," Im
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wato: ; BB such Improvement
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i ATTORNEY. and COUNSELORATLAW. of Mr. frank Harris: : prooraRSes; so will the business or ;I14
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: I 'j port lo the advantage Hardware Furniture Y
Undertaking '
DeLand, Florida.( "rFER.'.TO -ATTACK c.N.l\aCftD,, 'c of both producer and consumer. "7 1/ ?, [

Will Practice In State' and Federal "I 1 have mada rums Iniulry: Into \\Ii "

Court. Cl *n,, Dlgii'.d-; and ContervbfreStatien.nlt the system of robpted alleged! to have iti '' x
I Crofter: a.a a.q ohtUnod, some, years ago and am luforn New Store and New 'GoodsLif ,
& BLY oftFacts-Ocala ,
STEWART ". '.ed by icllablo I parties that, as \IiIi '$5
PriMrvW tits'' Communlcatlon{ the result of a late war between \ Large assortment of fuWtnre' hand and good arriving dally a-nfl1 "j |*

: I Atlreellv >.Fin-8trona Editorial?al competing) railroads freight concessions will continue to come until our stock of furniture W i complete in all its .. p
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Yon
will find New Store .
-- our door NIft"t'-IOfI, our .HroVi'ware :"
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Office In Bank Building DELAND Indorsement.. .", or rebates, were given-not \il> Sure;: Mr. Wm Yeargm will be !glad to show you thzongh| Ja
.. ; tl) one firm alone, as Mr. Stockton and make prices that-will make'yon staito nd'''weode* Branch office over Postofllco.DAY'iONAATTORNEYSATLAW. We print in today's paper. a letter a wruld Have you believe-but to 11well such goo-l goods .oacu, lore prira Thereeeaiawett, : ... ( ,

L. MCCRORY, from Senator 'l' Taltorerro In leplvcUocertain { y wholesale merchants generally at iiit'> let gn quantities and ray cash, and we' are going to give oar. yrhajp,
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J the benefit of same: '
made again competing points.
charge hlnijtby 1 11 -
those who .0PJ>OiIe .his return tot Ule 'rr4 "In his attack upon the C. B. Rogen ',Ir.fJ",

ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand United' States Senate, ,"') :_ : ," j jI Company, why tdoes Mr. Stockton it\ Undertaking Department. .
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It ,seems to us that the: frank raid I BO studiously conceal from the pub \.'' r 'I .

Florida. npticlt manner In w..lch he meets these lie the feet that he was connected ,..1"t u"') lt
___A charges, clearly entitles him to a fish I II with a wholesale house which alsoret'fllle.1 t We have large new dp-todate 5?: '
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BERT FISH I ;' stock of all kinds of Pnwrral. Bnp--" *}*'
and Impartial hearing and Us letter rebates In the same ratewar'
i \i, tiI I' plies, from lth. ;.eh_pe _(>,t..*a'v t
must appeal very strongly to itbe Has he conveniently forgottenIt est Metallic of,all .1-! J1'11'II80.'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Democratic voters. of the State.I (:, ; ? Let us refresh his memory. Mr. l11, 1 'flan* embalming. OaJ'Mr.'f.C> :

A man should discharge polity-, : Stockton was one of the members ol ih., ,Yrargln. will have charge)of'*si-)

DvLand, Floods' oat duties as conscientiously asl,he Y ; : the Tampa Commercial Company, 11J, 'attention department-' cad will' dire prompt "*,I
does his moral and religious obligations j .) b estnblklie 1 largely through his efforts. to Same.: 'Wboa.1HIecI":1''i" : :
!Special! Facilities\ for-xdmlnln|
f. \' ) iu the above, lines..- Uk-
and Perfecting Land Tltlet'$ and In exercising the right..ofuflraga .w 'He had been In the wholesale I'55:11:1V: |iJiiSTOCKTON'S .t

should weigh the evldtyw/i\ 'll'f-! ) ,. ;:." .,I. ,.y","" grocery or grain buslnjss with Wll ,il"; 6R"III
J E. ALEXANDER, aa lu a Jury trial. '''W''W' '' 'i,':'>< \ '" .1 Ham! Root in Jacksonville, and, j

.. I We feel that Senator Tallif errd.- through his experience In the busl .......; '''''' '''''' .,....i. ''I .
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "fairly entitled to( a re-election, and lb.' t ness, Induced others to embark with '_:::s',., _::= _._r:=::=:_ ;;JI ,.. .,., ", .

Office In -Brush- Block. hive that this will be the people's : 1 him In tho. Tampa enterprise. This ... ,
verdict' at the polls. company received rebates, just as did
DeLand Florida. kMis 1 INCONI TENCV,
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Will Practice In Stateand.Federal! record as a Senator has far other comimtiles at competing ,points. I "X'he National Bank of the Stat uaetl'a 'tt'
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Courts surpassed the most sanguine expectation "Who solicited the rebates, or of Florida of which he was president a snort time Mr., Call I Iwa*, elbowed',lout

of his friends, and no public ..: whether they were solicited at all, 1 was a member for a number of of the race and) ;Mi.? ? octo I ;
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U, UENNETT, servant from tills State bas accomplished do not know I did not, certainly! years otJIe\ Jacksonville Clearing was the candidate In hi* td.: Wtoa*
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BO much In tbe same lengthof They began I am told when a steamship Association. The articles of doss Mr. Call sat ct the proe.ddr? (-
agreement 1 quote from his cle'eulM-ises l *4..MotaJ
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, time. line was established between of the association provided, un .
_:-:_ Just what his achievements have HON. JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. Mobile\ and Tampa which put into der heavy penalty for the maintenance alter the contact: ? *- ,
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DeLand Florida.U.
.--- I been Is modestly stated In the letter Tampa the Jacksonville freight rate, of certain rates of exchange, 'Soon after this tin, west say
election WM .probable.... ,.... >..Mr
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before time
that we today lay our readers up having and that
JOHN MACDIAKMID no bank should clear for '
) I efiiary taxatfod There should be no stately. Ii r.: Stockton Joe ... ..third
.-Editorial) Leader In Banner realisation under the searehlisht: of been practically the boning point for any other ,bank of that city not 5 f. ".H
taxation
unnecessary and therefore!
no time, proposed to m to allow kiss- ..
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I Florida rates To make It plain the
public discussion and the press of ] considerable surplus. member of that association In citing U
Unnecessary be a candidate, and uwred'mm of his
Office over Fisher's drugatore.. "Hon. Jas. P. Tallaferro, Waehl ni- Florida, were decided by a majorityof taxutlon Is In the nature of using the Tampa merchants could buy a ,barrelof this I do not attack the bankers of devotion.. .
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, ton, D. C.i: Dear Sir-Tha unbroken a Legislature of good and upright! Uovernmeat for extortion and flour and have It delivered/ Tampa Jlaclifconvllle or their association, 1 to me and caveplwlc M. --u-
and I 8! to extort by the Mobile line for and promise. t *t-hji.' "'-Idl
7 to p. m.DELAND. custom of the Democratic party,i in mad patriotic men to be wholly un- the same simply wish to unmask the hypocrisy
from '
the
FLORIDA. Florida! baa been to give Ita officials> foundad. 1 call attention money people for any freight it would cost a Jacksonvillemerchant of a man who goes into business retire from the eaaajteey. s4 any;:-tlaj.. if
may especially Is In
purpose violation
open of Democratic to bave I requested him to do *o, and:**4..a>
two term if their conduct In office to the fact that all of the a barrel of flout associations for business '
G. A. DAVIS, ban been at all creditable principles and obviously delivered from the west at Jackson purpoeetand vor to give me the' vote el his) ,.."-'
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charges ara covered In the then masquerading a 'the friendof
up maze wrong. friends and ., .-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, "Without any attempt to flatter of tin past, long before my election "I also opposed the discrimination ville. Some of the railroads runningout the people,' denounces them in his thought tenth supporter-t.451Ifero..ertNet'.
you it Is but fair to say that your and that but one of them, which .Is in favor of national banks contemplated of Jacksonville resented this being effort: to obtain public educe
days would satisfy bis a.nltlos sad
DELAND, FLORIDA.! reoord baa been exceptionally good palpably unfounded, relates to my by the bill as well the threatened, as they argued with "He said in St. Augustine that h.*
his
During your term in office \tl. Indian record or tba time of service in as acceptance great loss of business through the thought he was not In the bank when bring friend c .eerdsEE.M east
Office Silence Indiana
., at avenue, my of! railroad bonds as security support.. I could notttkao,
; war claim ha been collected the competition of the steamship line. In better-j,
next to COIi House., !; Congress for Government that association was formed, and,
Office Hours: 9 to 19, a to 4, and 7 to 8. soldiers of the Seminole Indian war money. order to retain the business, they cut when he returned to the bank, 'he that he would to assume be,'per.anestcandidacy

i of 18M-57 and their widows have NO CORPORATE INFLUENCE. ANOTHER UNTRUE STATEMENT. the( rate. There were cuts In retaliation didn't! pay any attention to that association < my exclude

M RB. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. been pensioned; the State has received backward and forward and It anyway" TO WHOM TRUE
larger appropriations for river and was in this war that the wholesale "How poor pleat! Which
1 take up the charges In the order No. 6 Mr. Stockton Bays that 1 a born
harbor Improvements and for the location houses, including the Tampa Commercial of the dilemma ''
will he
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take-a man "Mr. Stockton says' that I. r..
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. named by you: WB at Tallahassee during the session
and erection ct public buildings Company, were given re who disregards his solemn business elect bin to the United Bute.Psixrt* ,

Office on Eaot New York Avenue, than in any similar period and "No. 1. Mr. Stockton says that my .lot the last Legislature fighting tie bates. I am further Informed that compacts, or one who denounces in he will l be true to01l1. It bas a ,fazrlllar ,
your name appears on many of the election by corporate Influence 'was anti-trust bill. the rebates were of no direct benefitto others. what he does himself? sound, basal Itf

DELAND, FLORIDA. most Important standing and specialoommltteM so brazen that the people were as- 'This statement !Is also wholly un any of the wholesale houses-that "But there Is nothing in Mr. Stock. "But to whom'' has Mi. 'Stockton1

A. S. MUNSON of the Senate, ,which touuded.' founded. Indeed, by what strange every dollar cut from the freight rats ton's! charge a* to rebates-*o far at ever been truer
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I QK. shows that your Influence Is felt and '"Iftld statement not only assails ,| process of reasoning can be reconcilehis had also to be cut from the price of least as I am concerned. Nothing "1'0 DamocraeyT '

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. recognised In that body. me., but a majority of the members statement with the fact that In groceries by the wholesale dlealert more. Indeed. than. -- thAiAm- --- \-- -In- -&.nv. "H* d 'hi* record.'
:\ Notwithstanding these facts, you of the Legislature of 18U\/>\ and la' \VAthlngton I voted for the antitrust in order to bold the trade in the die of his charges.: Most of them, as I "To the contract: of. Ma basUs 'w
Office Second Door South of FI her's must be aware that certain charges wholly without! foundation In fact. bill and for every Democratic amendment puted territory. So that, after all. It said In Introducing this letter are the Oleuill."QCI'loat' 4

Drug Store. have been made against you In the The people of Florida have not forgotten 1 offe-red thereto appears that the consumer was ben' but the repetition and reiteration of "He tells )'(himself tkac he' .!'

) OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a.. m.; 3 to 5 newspapers and on the stump by that all of the newspapers and "IT Is true that I went to Tallahassee efited by the competition, prices! to the same old things learned In Chat ragirded It.

and 7 t)1( 8! p. m. those who are (opposing your returnto the leading men of the State familiar as I conceive it to be my dutyto him ''being necessarily lower In consequence demagogic and disturbing school of: To his old, 2rl**... eMMr CMsfV"

DeLand -_- Florida. the Sonate. To be specific, It is with what occurred commented upon I bo there and discuss generally with of the rebates When the ,politics in which he was tutored *, I "Mr. Call say,, not .
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charged: the cleanness: of that election, and members: the needs of their sections Mobile ships were taken off, some thieahlng over and over of old straw,,, "And ae I repeat, to wbsatbanhits
: [DR JOHN REEVE, "1. That your election by: corporat. congratulated Florida upon the fact j I and to ascertain their views upon years ago, the freight war ended, I which was threshed Into chaff year*: Stockton ever been true'

I Influence was so brazen that the that there were no scandals at our questions of national Irn'port.' I had am told, and with it the rebates, and, ago He makes no charge aa to m y I "No. 9. Governor Jennlgp'asyt/v I

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Iieople were ...tounded."I capital such as had been witnessed II no( word to say on the subject of as 1 understand, the rebates have not record in Congress except one-and have don nothing *la*. I a***. Mess

That you are opposed to the primary and deplored at capitals elsewhere. State legislation other than to favor been given since. that as to the Aldrich bill-and hs 1m Congress..

OIHce In store( recently occupied by system. "15 U not strange that If Mr. Stock. liberal" appropriations for educationalpurposes can produce no( Democrat of the. United k "I 1 claim no results ....... ant

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West I "K, That you denounced the Kansas ton raUly believes what he says, he I wish to see the young FANNING FLAMES OF PREJUDICE State Senate who will say other associated with the ,work ..** .sq.pif
New York Ave.DeLand ,
City and Chicago platforms. luulil have been among those who men and young women of Florida so than that I opposed that meesY ra ensues, Senator Mallory sere Car
Florida.- "4. That by unonlatakabla Implication Imii.edlately after the contest soughtme equipped as will enable them to successfully "Mr. Stockton has sought to prejudice 1 opposed it because It was a* I I gretamen Bparkmaa and DvU C.rl.!I

QK. W. S. TAYLOR, you were in favor of the Fowler as he did, to extend corigratulationi compete In every walk of the people of Florida by alleg thought In the interest of the trust leotlvely! however, we eaa po.... ",,...,
\ assst currency bill and the Aldrich \ ? lire with the youth of any State. 1 ing that the C. B. Rogers Company and inimical, therefore, to the inter- some degree of pride (perdDeab-.r..

bill :in the Interests of the trusU. "Mr. ,Stockton was a member ol appeal to each and every member of was the only firm receiving rebates. eats of the people.LOYAL.TY hope) to what baa bean .4o*>%, (k.qi
BURiEO
ENTIBT.
t "5. nat you went to Tallahassee the Duval County Convention which that Legislature each speaking for He even went so far aa to say that result .f which may be> s&sn-wlael

Office In Fisher's New Brick Block, during the last session of UM Legislature unanimously. Vl'oI-eJ my name for himself, to say If I ever approached the competition' of this company, TO PARTY. here In round numbers tolao-r'
armed
second floor. act opposed the passage of the the Senate and, with characteristic with rebates to the dlsadvan Inlian war claim eoIleeteoL fl,1ClG..>**'",

DeLand, Florida. anti-trust bill. disregard of Democratic law, hastened him or attempted to( influence him tage of competitor., caused 'failure "No. S. Mr. Stockton says that I River and harbor aoproyri _

"6. That through your Influence rebate to Tallahassee and fought my against the anti-trust bill. after failure among the wholesale am under the Influence of the Standard tlons. JLM04M ,

QR. H. D. BRACEY, were obtained from the railroads election, and it will not be forgotten houses of Jacksonville' 011 Company It is difficult to Public building A ground' .
1 for the C. B. Roger. Company. that there were no railroad Interests THE REBATE ALLEGATION."No. "At St. Augustine when I asked I be polite and answer this statementas appropriation. isd,0o/.

I DENTIST. "7. That through these rebates competition at Tallahassee fighting for me, but him to name the companies that had It deserves to be answered. Sunder am Lighthouses naval statio**,

was stifled, and that a* a result same of them were there and active 0. Mr Stockton' says that! failed be said that J. R. Tysen had the Influence of no corporation . 100.MO
OlUce second story McLaurlne Block. wholesale house sifter. wholesale for my opponent through my Influence rebates were failed that W. S. Wlghtman had failed company or Individual. I am In the Pensions, Semtool ....I.i .-

DeLati', Florida.( :kouse tailed' In Jacksonville In an effort obtalued foi' the C. B. Rogers Com ; and that there were other failures United State Senate to do my partin aran and their ,, !/-wl***** ,

to 1omopete-wttb that company"* THE PRIMARY SYSTEM. pany. which he did not then recall. representing the interests. of the each ) ...., lOO.O*.
yOLUSI A COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, "8. That you are under the Influ "He brings forward an affidavit of "Mr Tysun! has since pronouncedin State of Florida, and the record

MIce of the Standard Oil Company "No. 2. Mr. Stockton says that I > Mr. Henoke which states that In public print the statement of MJ. shows whether or not I have been Total about4.101,111: '

a B. Wilson, Bert Fish, "9. It Is also charged that you have haTe always bitterly denounced the 1'8'J (mark well the date)), 1890, 1891 Stockton to be a slander recr.ant to my duty. It chow. that "This maaaa more Hum ft **. MsK lA

Manager. Actuary. don. nothing for Florida and deserve primary system. There la no foundation and 1892. and again from 1894 to "Mr. Wlghtman, I am since Informed no vote of mine has ever been oast its. for every mv
no credit for the collection of the Indian lii fact for this statement. I was 1SU7, be. Reneke, was connected' with did not fall, but retired on account in favor of the trusts; it show loyalty In the State.of Florid: a4 tt*..** .
Abstractors of Titles. war' claim. among those In the United States the F. C & P. Ry, and that in those of his health when he was doing to my party on every question lectlon of the laths* war. el4a.' .*.

100 W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand Fla. *'Ae _Your _rMiKHn_ __ duties___n_ i_*&_.,.ulr.____. ,m_? Senate who strenuously endeavored I years he checked off vouchers for a satisfactory and profitable butirest. at issue; it shows that no discredithas Tided tk* affair of 0Ut are- 'ajBjtaVIsUred '
HOWARD to bo in Washington and hence cannot to bring to a vote the resolution to large sums In rebates for the C. B It then remains for Mr. Stockton been brought upon the fair name wisely and .bo*>*stlr)'.,sjM ,1 T

ALFRED reply to these charge from the amend the Constitution to provMa: for Rogers Company. I was not connected to make good his statement that of Florida. have the effect lowerinsj .....j.astt;.

turnip, your constituent, or at leasta the election of United States Senator with that company In 1889, and there was failure after failure among "Let us examine somewhat Into the lMenlng the burden of aU tk*. pa**,

SURVEYOR number of them, think \that you by direct vote of the people' -a bad no connection with it nor lntestIn the wholesale grocery houses ot record of Mr. Stockton.( He claims pU!,I of Florida' '

should reply to them In ome :public step far in advance of Mr. Stockton. It until nearly two year after ;Mr. I Jacksonville. that he Is a Democrat. Where was "But the Governor Bay haad eeilse.. .

DeLand, Florida. mauner, and for this purpose I ten Reneke says he began checking "If he falls to do this U seem to ne in 1892T and for how long did he the Indian war claim thai. h* toed,,

der you the use of the column of THE PARTY PLATFORMS."No. those rebates, and the fact Is, I have me be stands convicted before the remain In the independent fold? the: money to Florida.
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF
CITY the Dale Banner.Very truly never in my life asked a railroad fora conservative and unprejudiced citizens home\ year certainly, and he la still "I may ear, hers 'tltati M. ssgott.ltn,

"FRA
a E. H. HAYWARD : 1 became interested in the company and irresponsible statements, to the antagonistic to Democracy warrant for any of the Fl rid. *> .....
"Mr. Frank Harris,, Ocala, Fla.: ed. the Chicago and Kansas City platform December 19, 1890, and about a year injury even of the credit of solvent In. more fights than one. It I I. open tirttloD 1 enumerated ebvs.. .Tkl1wholly /

4' Company Agency of of the America leading-The Fire Aetna.Insurance. My Dear .Sir-Your* of the 14th! instant *. afterwards was elected vice-president, !business: men and good citizen history that h* bolted the Ihrval t perftory> aae>. ,B...sy .****>>..

City property a Specialty. tendering me the column of "Tils statement 1 I. also. wholly un without duties or compensation, and County Convention of that year, went 01 duty delegated I .lma' sOi/YY ,

No 808 Boulevard. Dd.and, Fla.-, the Deal.Banner to reply to( certain founded. On the contrary I have Invariably I had nothing whatever to do with INSULTS INTELLIGENCE."See ta Tampa at the b.a.cof\ a contesting the'', Governor I*, eatlraly?'wss| 11I4.,..)
.w. charge made by my opponent la the stood fairly and squarely on the management of the concern and delegation! ,' and, la spite of the fact whatever eredlt'he may' ..... ..

Senatorial campaign which charge Democratic platforms, and without never bought or sold for it a single : too, how Mr. Stockton ,endeavor that the tribunal to which h* .bad receipting-" officially''' 1 for' tar 'b..Y. '&'
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Hodgkin Wagon ShopsDeLAND you enumerate baa been received, exception have supported and voted pound of groceries or anything else. to Insult your Intelligence! He appealed. decided that hi* organisation O3TAC' : : BT ACTOk/* i CONIrT Jli;,

and I take pleasure availing myself for the nominees of Democratic Con "1 am not a defender of freight discriminations says that competition was stifled, on had no right; in the convention and, also i for. taking It IKMSM ,, __ ,to

FLORIDA. of your kind offer... I deprecate ventions." Can Mr. Stockton say a* and I believe, in full accord the One hand and, on the other, almost ho returned to Dural County.- and '''Thanking you agal for, yow ___

a contest sofull of misrepresentation mucky I with my party, that there should in the same breath, and with again with characteristic disregard: tM* In offering ma the colama '*4 I'

Carts Everything, etc. Manufacturing In WaponB!, Bug-pies and repairing -, a* to make UUa reply nece.sary. "No. 4. Mr. Stockton declare that be a Railroad Conumlsalon> In every. blind and Illogical rage, attack the for Democratic law, supported an' U- The Banner, and apologizing. far .*>\ i
.' State: a* ,well aa an Interstate Commerce Wholesale Grocers' of |>oldbl length of tM ,
done at my shops in the very I began campaign at ha Is unalterably opposed to the Fowler Association dependent movement. uoa cos5sl h
best workmanship known. Only first- Punta Qorda without personal allusion asset currency bill and the Aldrich Commission for the protection Jacksonville, composed of twenty-ov '"1n 118S,. without In any, way claiming eatlpn. I hav* the honor to ft.,.' ...U

class men employed, and only first- to any C&odldatlad4Md. I said bill, and seeks to' create the of shippers, and both equipped with competing house, which could not or endeavoring to secure'reoognlUoni ,.. r....* ,of great rwpactj ,
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class work turned out. All guaran- I would not complain. if: others sought impression that I favor these meal. such powers as will Insure the be In ; existence, let alone compel, by the'Stat Convention; wt "Very., truly yours?. 4: .

teed.Uo'rse-shoeing- specialty, and done the office; that It was a hip and are The fact are that no Senator prompt and equitable .adjustment of If. 'as ha says, competition, had I been content to remain without the part "JAS. 'P, T llAir&RMVn ,>. \. .

while you wait. hODorab .olle,,.worthy'of the ambition waa more emphatically opposed) to all questions which may arise between stifled. Those houses grew up from paid he headed ,an Independent ticket -, .
Mall orders solicited and wagon of any man- .nd r I shall uee no per" those{ bills than I,' and I was active shipper acd carrier.LOWER not over five In .business seventeenyears an a candidate for the Legislature, One should careful tit ( ..
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to of the State. onalllle In tho fight that defeated ago to twenty-five In business andj '' 'the actlv- support''of very : rek-
hipped any part here01111' In so( far .* Is the Aldrich { .over through Ing; bis level to''always climb' hilt
wsary to, acquaint you,- and bill-the only one 01JIe\ two that FREIGHT RATES."It there, today, ,How before .aa Denpls Eagan. succeeded ''In gettinga ; ,- I. up .
SCOTT ODOKIN. through you, the 'people of Florida. eamo before the Senate fort' consideration. Intelligent public, can be reconcile small majority,, over the Democrat* t""t" (
with all the facts.NOTHING may be added that the Florida these statements! nominee.' I say 'active support.', .be O.e who .has tba'reputitlon-of .be> 'tlo' :
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Notice. "The'purpose' of the Aldrich bill delegation has been an- Important "However if Mr; Stockton chooses eau e'. have la my poM aIo.;a circular tag l lacy_escapes iota ef haxd work '<'J rf,. "

IN CHARGES. was, not a* Mr. Stockton( implies) to factor |n obtaining lower freight rate to' go out, of. his way .to attackthe, issued by' Dennis' Fagan ... I 1 :, ,- ..' ) AI 'Aif' 1i'ljj< '
Notice is hereby given. that six months (prove currency, but to distribute the for Florida, by suocesaOully' advocating \ business association of Jacksonville, Chdlrmaa : of, the 'iMatoiCommittee. '..JtllpllIiIUaant"tlT. ""p' raoaal..Petl..IIIlIiIoN[ :. ..;.t; :"'
towlu the 1Mb Marcfaloot. "
d.yel
find. 1 will tr. prwent- mjr o neat l scaaiMil sr Administrator ". 'There Us nothing In the charge*. eurnlut' in the United .States Treas.ury the Improvement of">river < and that! Is'' solely his iffatr. But It seems .. -.advUlna;.,.141:5t" ajbuslnea-brlnfer; than a. coll: ) { .
..... of the estate' Own PLang: as I shalt'show, They are simply old In time of stringency among the harbor Tan yean ago the buatnea to me 'that a' decent 'reiardtot';/ consistency UeiipbUcan\ to iappoyt .to*,bolter*. ?'.1f! aUoD; 41' "J" :.11 '''!''''' \,e Q l a
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don to the County Judge *f, Vojul* Coun. straw threshed over and Jaatloaal bank "' of the port of Florid was Inslgnlgcant would"In '''thra'cue, well ,, : .7 '; '"jfc
Florida, and ..11: tnrnil dleoharR ortr. Theywere upontheir deposit ** a. "Thus, ,,.as aa, UuUnewIMitr, Mq Hit I :'' t.t."r' ""u'f" ''y10'( iI,1.t C'Nif:}
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ss tv such adoXnlslrator. Dated this 11th repeated prior to my election :jfecurlty of State, county, municipaland compared to what It la today aa 'that In fojard; to rebate!, Impel 8 took ton" went to TalUha****,'.,., r { ga N.c 'abdalttbe.diireBY1,1 "Ir fthoIt ;

4., of geeamber,1000.!' W'BILL I* lUet' aad,.,aftetuLaad, fair to \railroad bonds.. A surplus.In the As.au;! example, the business of ,one him to tell you of :a ln'U4T association bee '01' the badslatora'ia ''Miff at**]V cost so much more t* Itffi
p ; Treasury can result only from werida! sort) has grows from lee to wUcH' ) h. hiroeU balmuud. GW. .
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iIi VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. A&AINST RAILROAD COMMISSIONS.!! tON THE i-EMtE.; ALLOVER THE COUNTY Peterson Monday evening, tendered by While We have had considerable cold ; St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Sunday -

Miss Frederca,, their to few weather this winter more frosty mornings
the daughter a
: Under the above caption ,
24 10
,.. Governor Jenn.ingsis-posih as January : a. m. Sunday:
-_ Intimate friends in honor of Mrs Pax- than ever known, there has been Choral service,
11 with
school a. m.
Lake Butler Star makes the following ITEMS OF IXTEEEST WAFTED TO
the especial "friend of the
f people ton, was enjoyed. no cold to do damage to the oranges sermon; 7.80 p. m. evening service,

',. 'I KnteredU. Moond olu the BoaUwr.i Pos'offlat. DSLU4Ja. ," and| as such, favors the caustic comment' upon TilE RECORD OFFICE lIT ITS ---- hanging on the trees Many groves are .with address. ,,. .

j _- continued ,existence'of the 'railroad those of the State newspapers CORRESPONDENTS. Daytona. yet loaded with the fruit, and in quality At the First :M E. church next Sun "

commission be- that are posing as "neutral" in and lusciousness they can not be excelled will at 11
the preach
: B. E. PREVATT, tfdlUf Jt f rop&tor.Illl ; perhaps' day, pastor a. m.
cause he has recently discovered the contest for State offices. No Pierson. :Mrs. Henry Titus Is reported BS being on this globe. and 7 80 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.
Ill Illl 111'' I 1 I ''It!!! League at Alff m.
m t Epworth p.
that the people desire it, but to one can deny the fact that thereis quite sick with meaeels. Work the New Bmfrna-Daytona' Visitors and all others Are cordially invited
Politics will to on
now begin getredhotz much wholesome truth in what The Palmetto Club held .a "Mothers'Mecting" .
] which he was :formerly a most WIlliam Woodard was up from Sg road is progressing. Contracts for tbe '

.. Florida.) bitter and determined opponent. the Star says, and it is to be New Suivrna borne lust week to visit ternoon. at the school house Friday af Oils and bridge have been let, and the 'I The Holy Communion will be administered

"The candidates will'n 'w'begin -In the legislative session of hoped that its utterances may result bin parents. contractors are now at work. We Understand at the Presbyterian church
: I John Born the .skillful Alco Mrs. Barron returned Sunday from that the road jail has been on Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. Sermon
in the doubtful timid Capt ,
or ones "
toJ'givjy6uaf! watru",,shake of the 1893 Senator Williamson intro- Palatka, where she had been spending, a "The Hidden MaoD.. .. -Sabbath school
hai1----. duced bill for. the .creation of a declaring their preferences, thus blacksmith, spent last Sunday at thin few days. brought over, and the count/ prisoners at 10 a. m. Young people at 6.80 p. m.
a .
-: place with hIs faintly : will be,put to work on this road. It Is Theme. !'What is a Missionary" Evening :
railroad] commission, the same or fulfilling their appointed function Oar formoftt Peter Pier- The Grand Atlantic opened for the the Intention of the commlseioners In service at 7.80() p. m; special music;

El-SJII"t.Q?ame > K. ;Jones it a similar bill being also introduced as leaders of public opinion. son and son Eugene nurseryman, shipped 800 orange season last week. under the m nage. charge of the work to complete the;, sermon "Are you going.to the Supper
7 "Our
Willing to"accept a place on the Jn' the' llouse( of which "Several of our brothers of the trees to D S Bauldin at Bere-ford last ment of Mr. Bpence.: road at as early a date as possible. Wednesday Lord idea of evening the Law"at, Everybody p. m. iu

THnama O j&i )ommiisioft'\lIe;\ .Jennings 'was. member.. The State press have not yet an- week. Mr and Mrs 0 Loper Bailey of Palatka. New Smyrna Breeze. invited to all services. .

Kite studied tne subject for years. records show that he vehemently nounced or intimated their choiceof W E Botts an old soldier, bade fare-, spent a few days last week In visiting -I ----- ----- ----=-
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and ..
.' the of the bill a candidate for United States well to friends here Thursday to spenda I Daytona Seabreeze. .
Ztlb lon, Ioa,' 1aiity conn- opposed passage Senator for Congressman for while with relatives and rfanda.? at Mr. und Mrs. Moncel Bracey of,Thorn-
,
alleging that a commission HHvlIla. Gn, here last
$which requires its citizens-to Tampa were "week visiting -
"would favor tIle railroads andnotthe Governor, or for the other State II V. and
tke out license i ,, ish totwice. > Miss Beanie Ashley rttburmlng / Bracey family.
a |Jhepr \ offices. For this donbtless young n
they
S <(< The! price-*. $15 .per .people j" and when a holy, of thtlt place, returned last week On January 28th the pupils of the
: .' member asked him why, if that have reasons which they consider trout a holiday outing .lit the former Daytona High School expect to give an ffJue
j CjItpita.: ,( good but we would remind them Palatka home. entertainment in the opera house for
,'. I .... '" was so, the railroad men were ,
.
'-' HW*1SVJK JV ratio.state Etecu-; fighting against the bill, he replied that their position of assumed Mrs Nela Plenum, one of our most the benefit! of tbe school library I ,

tVe tJpmTOitke5 iaaa '.session' at quoting a decision of the neutrality with respect to those progress!re poultry raisers, caught A new band stand is being built by
from flock of 100 fowls and weighed\ the Heston Bros In trout'of Moore'edore
Tk86n'; .-'ixklay'to name 'a United States _Supreme Court offices is in great danger of being !
one that tipped the scales at 8J pounds. on Beach street. The money for Worth $l.oo a day -
J $\ for to1ing; 'of the state andOnty and declaring that, in his opinion misunderstood."In R H Ashley & Sons: hustling timber scription.tbe stand was raised. by. popular sub
primary. the firstplace.itmay be evi-
the Interstate Commerce law loaded two of logs for the
"' .;!tt't.' \\f'' had"doaeior' harm than dent to some that the editor who getters cars : 'A. E. C'hlzum and family of Morocco, There is only one. shoe to be considered
any Bond Glendwood mill Thursday, bat
Washdestly } on Ind, arrived here last week.'"'ih
are
"The i Weather Bureau in y ; when it of. FIT.
to question ,
!aw ever enacted by Oongress. hesitates to take a decided standin account of accident failed to get them old friends of Rev. J. B. Troxell and f comes .

igtn IJtjJQtJli: :'dollars.asks'to for'continue one and This bill was defeated in tne Senate regard to these important of- off. the family.Seaside At Inn.present:they are, staying at ttbat oboe f if* tbe
,
i ;
a+ ,
Patrick M the
fices do the Biggins well-known
involving as they
itwLtbet.rtieesing for:Anotheronly and indefinitely postponed in Dr. Edith, Brush went 'to Pnlatka ;*: Slueen< duality"Its \
and fruit Volnaia
: of ,
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most vital ir.terests of the people orange grower W
., ,1 tl,1 -Uous, Governor Jenningsvoting' edne day to act .me bridesmaid at the
;,-m yr.It-It oIs1msth&t 17. Per .kill who may be expecting the benefit paid this place a pleasant visit Satur marriage of her friend.) Miss Mary Tav, perfect fit means an This'"Special" 3.5
c"M'itlJ: forcaets are 'pure with tha majority to day. Mrs Higgins met him here on her lor, on Thursday eTenlng She returnee! increased factory cost of .
It. of his best must be
.w judgment, to Daytona
DeLand. Friday night.
return from
wrid XJ; 1)d i it adds that there; hundreds of dollarsa
( \ many
:- ben in fore Again,Jn the session of 1895, regarded as failing in a solemn The little son of James Brtulshaw Jr, Last Friday evening about seven week, but it costs the .
cffk' improvement o'ulock fire broke In the .
,when Mr. railroad and patriotic duty to his readers. I oat Dilllngham
cing. : Ilealy's commission we regret to note, is quite ill at his Hotel, allllin spite of all efforts to on re wearer nothing extra..

: ___ bill was before the House, "Some may regard him as weak father's home in west Pierson, George It, It was burned to the ground. There .

{ he Jacksonville.) Metropolis, .,Jennings, then, being.Speaker and vacillating, not knowing his Kerr, M D, is giving it treatments lamp was In one started of tbe, by bath-rf the exr'onlon.is. JUnch of of a are"Queen totally Quality different Shoes in __

otftfe; TJHEn \bt'HaTciris'"t) <)'iBsue i a ,took"the,'floor" and made a own mind, or timid and fearfulof colds There in seems this to be an epidemic of bad the furniture was savel. The .house construction from other
: vicinity just now.
:Tx>ntfcarBattf(>ttrii' 'tt-wiii bagrt lengthy' 'a.nd''violent' s'peecli making serious errors of judgment That \1riiii. insured for about$4000. shoes. "Queen Quality""

it in the of which while others representative citizen and cautious 'The Ladle Auxiliary' Society of the, grasps the foot at the instep -'
& entirely
Russejllprr against
,U> ef..t Q"rterr. course ; may tufpentiae operator. Capt D F : M. E. Church gave a fifteen cent. cial and holds it

; >po.e'ilk.b; thirf'edition shall beth according to the press reports misconstrue his motive and thinkif :Morrison of Turpentine City, went to at the parsonage Thursday evening there. The toes right

1 ;'M ist'jrudfinest" they have published at the time, he held they (10 not say it-that he Il.istlngit Saturday! His efficient foreman Bach of the members were to have are nevercrowtled
named, a dollar for the society, ..uiIit ; the heel is
ye KuSTO! a, i<\i Wilg: \: o,:'jntothiajM aloft a $10 bill and declared that is only waiting until he can secure F H Mitchal want to Santord tile social wait required to give her experience never pinched.

>na a cf tinaay thousands of he would pay $10( for( every nickel the most favorable financial on i Important business Saturday in rhvnitt Some of these proved -

-- Florida people. > that had been saved to the people ( terms as the price of his allegi- I That buelnes manager of M well kept served very and Interesting all seemed Refreshmuntx to. spend. H must were Walking is a joy.

_ii-ift_.<_ _- ---" farm in west Piereon, Judge Jim Cade, Boots, $3.50
t mt: J i : by the former railroad com ance to a candidate. In either enjoyable evening:: The ladies cleared
The -.Go.elnoa'ti..it is -said, has dressed two hogs Friday that he extracted .about twenty-live dollars. Oxfords $1.50( .
mission. He claimed that the case delay in declaring for the about 100 pounds, of pure lard to. ;;
setd'thJ4erviees 'of Cousin On Tuesday, Jan. 13th little Bi'twio
,'' ..I1 C people of South Florida had been candidate of his choice cannot from. He shipped the meat to the Stet Jlbba celebrated her third birthday. by

ini.jryan tQ yisit'Florl- impoverished by the then recent but reiiult in ultimate] injury to son Cold Storage curing plant for giving party straw-ride tn about FOUNTAIN'S
da..a out i .,4pril- make speeches tieatmeut. I. twenty of her little friends They liart ,
freeze, and should not be compelled his r reputation/ a wise counsellor the wagon/ trnily decorated in ri-d.
in-th.-iarge#< ities-of'the State. to in taxes the expenses and'a fearless and steadfast Eugene A Farrell, Jr. of this place a white and blue und the driver dressed
pay, ,
; MrVBry4iiwill)confine: his i !ad- thoroughly reliable Telegraph operator, as "Uncle feaiu. The little, folk were
... of a commission. The bill friend of the people. well supplied with horns whistles, etci,
dr Baei' to ajyonal issues but of who wan home on waiting orders, ha
: passed the House the Speakernot' which they did not fail to use Dainty -
been appointed to ft ,oositlon at Fort -
course his coining is to help ,his What; impress strangers most when refreshment were served in true punic
co.einin his .ena.torial"contest. voting. Some days later, after they coma to DeLand are our fine shell Meade, and departed( Friday to resume style in the beautiful woods near town. -

a.:M J.-- -- L the above mentioned scene streets, beautiful shade trees. the cleanliness work. A parting wish: Now here's to Md ,lay evening the Reading Circle of In Furnishing Your House I

Mr. andMn..AleXII.nder Leroy had been described in the news- of tbe city its progressiveness, you friend Eugene, may good luck, sac- the Epworth League held its weekly I
cess and prosperity with good will to meeting at the parsonage. At the I --- --
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of The4coumtr1 Kentucky, have' papers, Speaker Jennings complained and a fine class of people inhabiting it. men and contentment alway be your previous meeting it was announced that I

good cause'to'remember'. '. .date to the House particularlyas Frost last week in the Miami and nearest guardian sentinel wherever you Evening"the next. evening An excellent would program be Gyptty was Always take into consideration the quality as!' well !

of January IB. They have been to the publication by the Ocala ,Cutler section did great damage to the may be called to go and do duty. given, consisting of songs tableaus and as the style. We are earning pretty designs in all
married six:"*years: ?'during 'which Banner claming as to his the- pautomunes. Most of the lads and home and .
best
growing touinto plants, hundreds of Another substantial I Improvement at lassies. bad their fortunes told This furnishings most stylish productions ,

tima five sgoa have been born to atrical display of his $10 bill, that acres which, were fruiting The damage, this place i la the dwelling being erectedon proved a moat interesting feature of and we invite your careful inspection, assuring -

th.roy !ach on making his debut he was merely quoting his own the Miami papers report, is folly SO percent the G Hagstroin property'-a flue 10 the evening Much of the success of that will be pleased with i
the :iOU you our
entertainment due to the efforts
was
on'3a: 'rf 15. One birthday language used in to his on the high places. room two story residence at the east
a speech of Misses Ada Anderson and Violet Mc goods as well as the prices

pariy,therefore,, wilf do for the constituents., The members did The Tax Assessor is fathering statistics end Street of, which Rosengreen greatly. avenue improves and the Third Hag. Coy. -.---,- I

whole brood. not appear to see that that made of the county for year 1903. The strom orange grove place It is near C J. R ALLEN & CO.
fact. de that the of Enterprise. I
velops
StoCk&m any great difference, and took crop oranges ing completion These three model
Jennings and at outs will exceed 60,000 boxes for the year I
the whole matter as a joke, numerous enterprising young men, the Hagstrom
; thetttieHrm; being already been obtained aud the time lettuce this week.
at Taliaferro.11 but: nevhit' him. by lug all the work This pleasant comfoi -
; offered as to the proper disposi- the work is completed the statistics will From .
terroV;
Tat't gnhic t record 'table home I is a present to attest pii'sont prospects oar lIttlo villuge ------- '
tion to be made of his ,show of iudecated will be fall of
bill this
Washington astthe' represent- $10 ; above.a crop oranges as their loving kindness ant high esteem people Benson [ R.: D. MCDONALD'SGeneral
but later, theYtreated it a little they have for their parents ftlra Knapp. from tbe North, la matc-
ative of the people of Florida 'is --- : lug Mrs Rosniter a very pleasant visit.A .

sorrrelh"irfg"'that! his 'enemies can more seriously and salved the Special!! Meeting of City Council. Capt Frank D Harper. of West Pier- : merry party of the Arcade guests Hardware Store
wounded feelings of the speakerby The Council held who Is held in I
City the
'around. a special session son good esteem by
not getjjv ,,irnder or It spout a pleasant day in DeLand last
passing resolutions rebuking: lait Monday afternoon and transacted people here is one of the foruiost trustees week. -
is a..1IM) lIaaen"of a hardworking, the Banner for its levity. tie following business, : of the Plprson sub.district School.: Line of
of Florida. Mrs J C Krulder, and guests spent a Complete everything in the Hard-
deserving son Messrs. Beet and Cannons .
The foregoing is a part of the Page pot Capt Harper Is evidently the manufacturer lovely day fishing and rowing last Sat
Ka i.i--<-____- ... i la bids for pinestrawing certain streets of a very fine quality of Florida urday. ; ware Line Kept in Stock, all Standard Goods,
of railroad
,
commission
<< 'The tar unflents' before the history as advertised by the council The bid .,rop. He has certainly reached the Our little village i 1M very much alive and prices right. Best Line Cooking and
legislation in Florida and shows
SupTe'me''Court: 1 Washington of Page. at $3 a blockwag the lowest of
degree of success in that line this year. at present. Our Northern guests are Heating Stoves the
in $" contract
again.th.-Northwestern Securi- exceedingly lame places in Gov- time hefore the Harper farm will be N J Allen and son Worcester. MASS;
Mr. Smith, who has had of Bath Tubs and fixtures
charge installed
known for its of Mr and Mm Aohmau and Miss Ham and bath :
record that production fine Florida ,
ernor Jennings'
: t'e.,Oortpflihy crose'd on the nth: on the city team the past two years haul phrey Phil, are new arrivals at tbe tubs fixtures and

A : Lde11ii,1ayyer: : ::tried 'to i subject. ing shell from the pit for repairs of the syrup.that splendid He boiled Japanese about cane 100 gallons this of Brock Honxtt. _' ... work guaranteed. Let me :

mak rth oouit believe that thereis I TUB SOUTH IS FOR IT. street handed In his resignation, and year. besides his other large cane syrup Mr and Mrs. J 'X, Poast and Mine ... show you some of the elegant bath rooms I I
K. O. ret wan elected to fill the vacancy crop Alice Ponst Ottawa, Ohio; Mr\ and Mrs have fixed in DeLand.
an immenaeditference! between The Legislature of Louisianaand Mr. Smith and family are to move That brual.ininded, self made honest Eugene Fen elm and Don Bipan. Wis; up
c&' ra1ti stockhold- West. business man of this place. B B Min- K S Byam, Canton Mass; Mr and Mrs
a lr Qdtis t :Mississippi, says the Nashville shew Is due the credit for Introducing A W Rubeitti, Boston, Mass; F Cochran, Plumbing in all its branches.
I ers4L l latter sometimes think: American, have I instructed The council reported that a phone the Pnlatka; C J Rabanun and daughter,
into this
there is.IKF.. fr, had bean put at the city water work's Japanese cane section, New Haven, Conn; Mrs M Plainer. --- -------- .
.J > their Senators to'vote for the et&tlonlor public one. This is a good some two or three years past New York: City, are registered at the -

General'' JUfael: .Reyes, I th Panama,treaty', and the Senators move, as it will be very valuable in That popular progressive turpentine Arcade "

from those States will cheerfully sending in fire alarms. operator, orange grower and orchardist, ]DeLand Saw and
Colombian yto our country, There A Tribute to Daniel tlllton Planing Mills & Works >
_ bas'dihurne.} obey instructions. .Senator Clare was no other special business Major R J. Bishop of EldrMge, is busy !Sr. Novelty
; S cretary.lIayhasM.wst'.4 before the council and it adjourned to preparing and planting out a 20 acre To the Editor of the Record:

; hIs second;,.letter, of Arkansas will vote for the the neit: regular_meeting. peach orchard. over :2000 trees. He Death baa again claimed one of Vo- J. T. CAIRNS Propr and Manager.

---. Btatjpg.. again ibatt Panama" is allindependent treaty, and will probably speakin The Daughters of the'r Confederacy Entertained elected that successful orchardinr, aulrt county's oldest and best citlzena, DRESSEDAND

rfcpabHff"'and thaielosQ4yd advocacy of it. The two Georgia the Veterans. Peter Pierson to stake off and assist In Daniel Clifton. Sr., who departed this LUMBER

the il : i Senators are in favor of a the planting etc. The Major enjoysthe lifu on December 29th 11103. Daniel / ROUGH
:: 'cr.4 tIin J
!\ Clifton was born in Hamilton
distinction of keeping the town of county
the One
wilItUot treaty: as, are Florida Sena- of the most pleasant informal 06..
; ; be on July BOth 1828. and moved
raopened. to Ceiling, Floorlur Sidiuig Turning Scroll
Eldridge of the busiest little hamlets ,
one Sawing, Moulding, Window
tors. So is Senator Latimer of gatherings that baa ever been held In Florida iu bin boyhood and settled In D oor Frames, Newel Post. al"st.erIantel... ants
He .IisoreeSr' forned
"Impertinent" in the Porch Columns
connty. He is also one the Columbia where ctc.,
DeLand ha
the county married Sheddlnsr for
was Groves
on occasion of the and Pineries
anniversary '
; 'Oezk )o'RJ- ,.& *4\ est.. 'tlt the So., Carolina. It is confidently expected -! of Gen. Lee's birthday, which hustling trustees of the flourishing Miss Rod Barber He and his good Contracts taken for the erection qw of Crates any kind and of Box Material a specialty.
--4= :t1.: \t'1- .p that eleven wife moved to Volusia a building
; and county in the
.. probably Emporla sub district
't'h' public school. He
l be isen .. .
correspondeiice to was celebrated in most
.. e a appropriate fall. of 183.1! : and settled in tbe north end DELANO
Ben ; fifteen Southern Senators will at the beautiful home makes report that daring the past. week of the FLORIDA.
M *< n... io ,I io 1-' way of .'ir. and oonnty, where be resided till the
? the attendance in that ncbool has been day of bill ___ _._
J vote for the treaty Its ratification Mm. W. O. Watts last Tuesday even death; bill wife having ore- u
CtAt.M.iU.a i othei' is' assured.' The' vote will ing. larger than in was at any time previous ceded him to the grave a short timebefoie '
I to the holidays, and the indications his death BOND LUMBER COMPANY.
tp are
The
(. rsudi1Ue4ispmoted b I not etakenuntll after a lengthy exercises were opened by the There were three brothers Jack,
President, Mrs. J. L. In that the attendance will increase right Henry J. and, Daniel Clifton.
McCrory
the A sister
a
; 'l'Miden'fi.Zf.aM'.. ,,.. f lga.iIi r:5e debate,, but ,when it is taken it most appropriate way and the assurance along.I Ha says with the able management married the late. Tobias Blackweldtr.! Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot at DeLnnd .

8V\ a ..jui ps.'aver: .the will be found that tbe tceaty hasben of welcome which she to aU of that bright, kind.hearted In- Daniel Clifton accumulated conaMera with the"'best cypress and yellow pine '
: gave
\ $", ,.' he 2&ptainq854; majors, ratified by a safe 'majority. was meet cordial and teaching. structor, Miss Nella Mann they are stock bill of this raiser world's and, goods, being a lartre' He umber, Flooring Ceiling Mouldings '%' .
orange grower Turnings
122 t IW.:& tiI and 105 Adth, grel.t-m jority of Democrats The guest of honor on this accession sure to carry and keep the right spirit [WIthe father. of 14 children, 19 of .

: j o.- U '::i.1i uJ 'will heartily indorse the ac- was Hon.'W 8. Thayer, of Enterprise, Mr. Mary E Paxton, nee Price of De- three whom are living vie.: nineboys and SHINGLES, LATH: ETC.: .

'%. 'J gr I.f ,,$ ,W: afto 1'011111. km of those Democrats vote who, in his grev uniform,. made mont' Land Is here receiving the warm greetings I of grandchildren.girls.( and lean No man a large stood number nigh.er All_ Lumber Building and Tire Brickpcomtiyae\ier4: \ auywherA the of

., Impressive remarks relative to his personal of her old patrons and frlenda who than Daniel Clifton HU word. -
wns
}Jike:OeiieThlWo' d, for it.' 'The attempt ,to put. the contact wtih Gen. Robt. E. Lee are pleased to have her once more with his bond", and like the late John Dangh- .. T":,i

- ; n: theh': :wbo:J1. v Democratic vote in opposition to at the battle 'of Tredericksburg. He them. Mrs Paxton arrived here Saturday 'arty. his funeral was largely attended,
''(" 'putw: ; .1..1., ( ','''i ; ja 't" spoke of Gen. Lee in most bis remains. being followed to the grave.
tUe ( VlT' e the canal treaty must result in a endearing afternoon. She is kindly remembered by a procoujlon of Clifton. reaching f E. W. BOND""CQI|
; :{ ifj, way slowing the marvelous influence here of ;
s, ': i iJ.ore'however much 'a' few as one our former laltbfol'l nearly a quarter! of a mile. -tHis .
--. ,, ? i2.-, la exercised over his men on this occasion. painstaking assistant public remains sleep by the side of his '
1 ,;DUi7egr.r: CeDti, ended f Democratic Senatorszid.the Rejublican'party .'IJIll' itrnctors .t this place during the flourahlng .j angel wife 10 tbe little cemetery over : ::
It I may desire.it. fhayer's remarks were followed $Hooking beautiful Lake Dlas. A good Manufacturers. of. :*
_ 4 : i the State ufNewlJer..y l'eC4tivedt848"OO6..j and successful terms when .Prof1 man has. from '
I gone among us. but his '
If ,anybody doubtful I of the inspiring piano selections rendered W A Bash and Prof 'I 1
( i IfHfi'pomtJ9ii'fees. G Dike were good name and sterling charactet! will, Orange Box MaterlalPineappleCrates!
t6B ..i tailing sentiment in Tennessee this by :Mi. Carrie Watts and Mill Ethel Principal These two years she pro-1'I live forever in the minds of all who ; Peach 'S
f- Thi
> off jot nearly .
Strung I sided the knew him. 9 Crates 'Orange and Peach
him over primary department Baskets
question ask Strawberry
Jet every man Hon. M Davit *
onthrdaompared with the After this beautiful little I ex-Mayor of DeLand, '

.__J; fee. !* J p,.;ti di g yeir ae,the inE! Kwh tliei he. is,in favorof read, by''different friends,poems and were then all without the leading friction people and was Just Indorse like :hfrpredecessor by grave rainovei where the lid several from the hundred coffin people at the '5!% Baskets.. ... etc., .:

i4Not; naanytru8tflajid; merger canal treaty. To laY that most elaborate reirashmeutswere served in charge of the;prosperous viewed for the last time the good and Orders :t.

.; eight out of ten; favor the' treaty by Mrs. Watts. consisting of sandwltchei. Emporla school Miss Nella Mann, no honest face of thin kind and noble wan. .J Filled Promptly arid shipped Any5 *::
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JMikt "tfej through :
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... [wrf'think'' conservative esti- coffee. chocolate and delicious halt could be found. The relation between He wee toy friend and I take pleasure. where. .. *' -. _. -'- '-- '
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... tJtcj ::1e r ago : cake. paying this slight tribute of respect : -
,"' .hT. b. ; mate..;;,.. 'fl people, want the caU teacher and pupils were alwaysthe : to his memory,. l'-It-JO"! 2 ,
jiliafii >> ome .u piclo of Dr.,Bracy entertained the company very best She folly sustained! her' J. E. AUUCANDBR. 5' Addre..1 ::
Thifactii ,
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L, t. ... stev,-,., .Mill. 'New, .. with patriotic violin selections and reputation and on checking: up her re- --- E. W. "
BOND
; .Of-'. ". Is! iio'fibed or i'oolJi'fot argument. future 1. I'5 & CO.
of
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uauea D8 ,tn& ;& every evening was most cord in thai Pierson school room It was SilverTkomne.Married.om .. f

_ f :,fvew4 bJ_>>tO ioter' for will Those riot(who Vote against the" sentiment the treaty enjoyable aud tkeoccasIoa-' long found abe had given' the patrons the tit-1| Je.OIl8l'1"'h. Mitchell 811T ills t :. :' Lake flelcn Fla. ., ..
represent be remembered by all who bad theteaurc 'sl.
most satisfaction form itart to flnlah. A r to Nancy Thorn R ",
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THE VOLtTBlA COUNTY BECJOBD

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Nearly BVery train brings new arrivals
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at The College Arms. "

A WHITE SALE I IG. Mr. Ellis O. Blake'was In the' city 4

from Lake Helen Tuesday. I For 30 Days .

Mr. Frank Taylor was at DeLand

,1, from' Orange City Tuesday.;
, A. DREKA & CO.
I Will Give
The Atlantic Coast Line Is still bring. 4 -

.. Ing lots of people to DeLand.

We will spread a white Sheets, Pillow Cases, White Quilts, Herein where we divide our Good Try Brill's new 100 and ISo Linen
Towels, Napkins and Damask. Lnck with yon. We bought our Tablets. "Best in the world." H 114 Off on
feast for one week t.commencing But best of all, the most beautiful White Goods before the Into advance The Delegates to the State Baptist -
line of in the price of cotton, and we give .

MONDAY, JANUARY 2s WHITE. GOODS, yon Very old prices fair quality right along India, Linen, 7 convention Mr. Owens returned, an old home Stetson Saturday.student, TRIMMED AND READY-TO-WEAR: HATS

,. in Plain and Dammasse effect. Manufacturers and So. was In DeLand from Lake county Tues .
We have been looking forward to have vied with each other, better one 100. .
this event with special Interest, and and you get the benefitLadies' SheerMuch and even thread 12Jc. day.New '
we will place before yon many beautiful [ and Misses' Muslin D Persian Lawn finish, Ida. Florida Souvenir Postal Cards 1\4\ Off on.

and novel designs.[ We have ers; some closed, some open. Good rawExtra and fine, like French Lawn, 200 at Brill's 80o per doz. Some gems at 40c
picked out patterns and fabrics especially 35o.
adapted to the South, and Muslin, lOo.Ladies' Persian Lawn, very good, 15c. he doz. ", '
full cut Drawers
Florida aci :DeLand in particular Tacked, some Hamburg, some; Lace-some: Persian Lawn, fine quality."80c. r The Hodgktns Wagon Shop is turning BLANKETS AND COMFORTS ,

? In this'sale we will give you ex trimmed, 25o Persian Lawn, extra fine 2,>to 8Bo. out, from start to finish, a fine bus for
tremely low prices on French( Lawn extra wide, 5Uc.
Ladies'" full Umbrella Drawers, the Cannons livery. Reduced Prices on Heavy Dress Goods
Ladles' Muslin Underwear. well model" Tucked and Hamburg French Lawn very sheer, 6So. and
and Lace trimmed 4Do. French: Lawn looknlikechinTon.H'foDimity. You should attend the social given

Extra good fIU..lity"J fnll wide, Duck, P. K., and Red this evening Friday, for the benefit of Skirtings.
English Madras These
i bottom nicely trimmed 73o, and OHo. are be Public School Improvement Society.
Ladies' Underskirts,, soft Cambric, ( : tq",(.
!,, good length and wide, ttif.Ladies' .Wol forgot,' TV. Bennett wan called to his home MCELROYMrs.
Q Dimities, check and smallplaids
pin the of the weekon :}
Skirts lIal11bnrg and Lace at Lexington, Ky., first
13, 80, 25o. Duck, ISi 15, lee
trimmed, full out, 7BoLadjPS Madras and What business, to be absent a week or ten
,' Skin'n.jttxtra nice and full, Piques can ,. )
we tell about these? They are I days.
you
$1.25, $1.00 $1OS( .
n Ladles'Night Robra, fall long soft here for have you to pick. Hon. James E. Alexander went to
We been telling from
Cambria, Lnue.trimmed. 49o. you
Jacksonville yesterday to attend the
time to time that this store cannot .
r Ladle Night Rohr Hamburg! and session of the State Democratlo Com -
stand still, and we are but commencing >.1 "
l$ d Laue trimmed, good quality( 7"o. Ray Conrad Is up from Osteenon Tho Swiss Bell Klngers. '
our campaign, and It will l
mittee.
4r; r ; Night Robes, extra quality, full you to read our ads. We have pay lots a visit to her sisters. The DaLand people will be treated toa ATTENTION!:
/ and wide wade and
loan nicely Hon. L. H. Eiiston a prominent have
and Ed Drake
V to tell yon, and through the newspaper John Kuckols very fine entertainment at the University
trimmel some close I.; MOllie.fitting,neck 98e, $1 some.CO, tl.l/M.finare( .* we expect to set the people citizen of Aiken, S, C., i is. at Melr.ieeHall fine winter gardens coming on. Auditorium on Tuesday evening,
t
Corset Covers, plain lOc. talking Remember everytatement and will spend the balance of the For Rent.-A live-room cottage on Jannury Bthby the Swiss Bell Ringersand YOUR '
Corset Covers, Lace and Ham. we make is a sacred pledge I and we season at DeLand.A Howry Ave. Apply to Oeo. Boynton the Asetuetm Trio. They will also
bny back anything we Bell unless skillfully introduce the banjo. Mando
Every piece cut with a liberal burg, 23o.Corset short cats, or out of order. pleasant social hop was given by Extra copies of the Record can be lin, gnitn, saxophone, xylophones etc. FIREINSURANCE'
Covers Lace Insertion and
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hand-fnil wide and fall long-and
Fisher's drug
Allen's
or
Mrs. Sommers at The College Arms had at either ----
tIfI.you'U bay ready-to-weargarwente at edge: 4Qo. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY William to elicited by
-iI about cost of material. Corset Cover, fluffy and nice, 75c. Wednesday evening, to which a nnm- store. Kolman is selling at cost
We'll give yon Sheeting, ready-made" and 98o. AND CAREFULLY FILLED. ber t of the town people attended. Judge BeytfB was at DeLand from hand this month store. all the goods at his second OUR AGENCY'Operating

There were two shows at DeLand Orlando the first of the week on legal

Special Bargains in Ham bergs, Many Mark-down Patterns to Close Out.t' this week, Tuesday and 'Vltllltslilyandwere business. -- --- -- ------ ; at'

apologies for shows and There are lots of tourists coming to MANN'SSalt '
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small crowd poor were in attendance. Florida and DeLand is getting her share DELAND AND VICINITYAnd

t G. A. DREKA & CO. Two brothers, one from Miami and of them. Sick which represents only Stand
will'visit The Italian with his organ and Remedy for ard and Thoroughly Reliable
the other from Atlanta, monkey, was on the streets several days Companies. ,
J. A. Erickson next week, the latter he this week. Cattle
I 'PHONE 77. at E. L. HON
his. not seen for twelve years. Ward Gould, mine host of the Putnam ,

14. The city council has hud two additional made a business trip to Jackson FISHER'S DRUG STORE A gt. ,M
ville this week.
arc lights erected around. The

--- College Arms grounds-one at east eud Mr. Oussie Dreka lett Saturday for

.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.c.: : :. .:......:.....:.....:.-:._:......:._:.....:._:......:.....:......:......:._.:....:._:._:..... LOCAL SYi OPSIS. of Rioti, the other on New York Ave aunt Washington, Mrs Ktlkoff.to visit his brother and

The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. Mrs. D. B Paxton returned Wednesday -

''resew Store jfe church will sell Home Made Cakes and from a visit to friend in tie: north Boys HoseExtra

lh I'HE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF Fancy Articles at the White Front end of the county.

Grocery Saturday afternoon, January Mrs. G. W. Fisher is spending the
TilE PAST WEEK with relatives. spending
83rd. week at Daytona
= the winter at that place. Heavy, Double Heels and Toes
f IRew <3oobs | Hon. Bain'l White, banker of Massachusetts
n I>O..B| and Society Items far t.. P.op1.', Dr. MacDiarmid and Messrs. Landis,
and Mrs. White are at The Wright and Hodgkins are attending Elastic Legs
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Paper.--Brief Mention or Facts .. College Arms for the season. They the session of the Grand Lodge of

j f' :Evcrgtbinfl) tbat's Boob to My Seen by our Reporter. have been at this hotel for the past Masons of Florida this week. Easy to put on, at 15 t
four or five years Me srs, Hibbard and Bigelow left (> 25C.
\ :]Eat can be found bere ,
il, \Ai Tuesday for St. Augustine to attend the
The members of the Cranford Club Nothing like them'ever
Dr. Mtllette's Remedies at Allen's. State republican convention. Mrs. Bige

l11; A share of your patronage is earnestly solicited, "V Pit, the all the atBelly met and spent a pleasant afternoon low accompanied Mr. Bigelow. sold in town before .
new
rage
f' game .
Wednesday at the of Mrs. Arthur
\,1 nome :Many taxpayers are at DeLand /ery
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M. Heath, who was hostess, and day from the country to pay their taxesto Misses Hose g
Roses and violets at Boaecrof t. West serted. after the game, an elegant Collector Smith. He will be at his

t .' )|n J. H. PAXTON, : Rich Ave., DeLand. Fla. luncheon. office The at umbrella the court repairer house ,until who the has been 31st. Very fine Black Ribbed Hose

Dr. R. J. Carson gave a fine discourse Tuesday last was the anniversary of following his traae at DeLand the past A regular 35-cent goods, 25C

i ?$ Cleaveland Block, DELAND. 1" at the Baptist church last Sunday.Mr. the birth oi Huuurt E. Lee aud a legal. month or two died at the poorhouse

,....._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._.. 7' and Mrs. Maynard Bond spent holiday in all the Southern States. The Monday the county's night and was buried Tuesdayat Don't forget we have a full line ofChildren's
..;:: :-: et: : e-I.: Saturday in town from Lake Helen. bank observed t'.e Hay, and did not expense.
open its doors for tbe transaction of any --- ShoesBest
Mrs. J. O. Krnlder was at DeLand business Accident to Stetson Student.

Mr. G. W. Webster, owner of Hotel Rev. J.: B. Hoi Icy; editor and proprie from Enterprise the first of the week. Mr. P. J. Lowrie, clerk In the dry A young man by the name of Broad- Lookers and Best Wearers

Weoater at Camp Cassadnga. was at I tor of the Southern Baptist was at De- Quite a number of the county peopleare goods department at U-A. Dreka&Co., well, from West Palm Beach, studentat .
their cured at the Stet. Stetson, met with a serious accident Sole Agents for Sweet-Orr Overalls Pants
DeLand Tuesday. Mr. Webster has a Land last Saturday, returning home having pork the past year or two. left last week to attend last Tuesday while sawing a board in ,

model hotel there and has expended< a from attending the session of the. State son Cold Storage. college at Auburn, Ga, He is a the School of Technology department and

large/ sum of money in that section. I t I Baptist Convention. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bond spent promising young man, ;just such a young Ha was pushing the board as the saw Shirts.FOUNTAIN'S.
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His hotel is filling up v' ith guests, with Sunday last at Lake Helen with the man that succeeds in life. plowed through it when his hand slipped .
board, and .
In the turn of the went
of a fine season. His son, Did you know that the "Rival" peach father and mother.
promise very
It looks as if this winter will pass, against the teeth. Three fingers and
Dr. Webster, is its manaorer. is the finest grown in VoluBia county? Cashier Bond contemplates remodel. without doing damage to even the the thumb were cut off at the second

--- that the Excelsior is the most profitable ;joint Dr. Baerecke amputated two ..
home
ing and enlarging his One on foliage on the small orange trees The ..
\ off and -
4 that the "Admiral which were not cut entirely ,
plum Scbltty"
Hall last the Swiss
At Phythian night West New York Ave.
great danger is in February, when
a dressed the wounds The young man -
Bell Ringers and The Asetceam Trio pecan Is unsurpassed T E. H. Haywardhas cold strikes the trees after they beginto was placed under the Intluence of chlo- I
madea
Commissioner McBride
"> gave the best entertainment of the se...- I I trees of all these and many Other County bud and the sap is Sowing, reform during the operation. He was
kinds for business the north end the PhotographsTHE
to
you. trip lie i is a steady !
son to the largest audience that has ap- out the following day.
'I' at entertainment during the --- latter part of the week. Horse Lost-Dark bay horse, weighs and careful young man and the Record

,. peared Twice an tickets Mr. Charles E. Kirk has been engaged Mrs. Beard, wife of Dr..Beard, the about 1000 pounds. Threw the rider regrets to note the unfortunate acci
as were
season. many I to take charge of a large orange and escaped from DeLand Saturday dent. Fortunately however, it was
sold for this occasion than for any other noted Chicago specialist, is at the Col. the left. hand. One finger escaped, and FINEST WORK IN ANY STYLE YOU WANT. '

entertainment and everyone present grove formerly the Blake-Mace grove lege Arms for the season. night. Jan. 16th. A liberal reward will what is left of the others will be of "..,."......".."".
down at Fort Ogden, and leaves In a be paid for his return to undersigned assistance to him.
enjoyed to the fullest extent the delightful Messrs. George N Dozier and Fred W. (great We have some beautiful
day or two to assume his duties, and owner. W. Williams DeLand Fla -U-
-Daily Herald Tampa. Graham were at DeLand from Orange
program. the owner has put this fine grove into List of Arrivals at College Arms.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. of
This company will be at the University City the first of the week. Northrnp NOVELTIES..
Auditorium Tuesday evening, Jan. 29. proper bands, for Mr. Kirk has been in Adrian, Mich..are at Melrose H"U.They W H. McDonald, V V Coggin, Baltimore:i _
the orange growing business for the Contractor Cairns has completed a Mr and Mrs H. B.1'owoli, Monirtowu, iJ
--- nice home for Mr. Smith the have spent former winters in Florida, J: Mrs Ferries! De and, ; Chas H Kolllnann
on Hays In Burnt Woods Water Colors Views and'Decorated
There was on exhibition at the Market past twenty years and he knows. just but this is their first at DeLand. Theyare Elizabeth\i: N J I It W Sears,.Miss Hears "ndnur.e. ,
what is best for the tree properlty on North Bool yard. Miss Aekley, Miss IngalU. Miss Goods. Better in
* : /L. on the Corner last Saturday, some delighted with the place its people come right away.
--- Drown, Miss LB'o'n.tblo"gol: ; Miss Met
as fine Florida beef and pork aa ever Mr McKntt and family, from Cleveland and the They both improving Jacksonville A J ,
Mr. Carleton, student at Stetson, bas country. are er. MIIIS Emery): : Si.ijtel- MISS NEAL'S STUDIO.
came into tbe State from Chicago. It Ohio, are spending the winter at since their arrival. mlore Edgar! dpi -elmlere. :Miss I SpiKtlmlere I.
been exhibiting in town a very fine Pa KO Law'eneeJllsa' ,
Bradock ; -
Mrs. Davis'.
i was fattened and killed on the McBride variety of orange from the pine land DeLand having rooms at There will be a social given this, Friday Calorm, Ossiuing N Y; W U H oker, Arcadia ,

ranch at DeLand Junction The beef grove of his father at Wanchnla. his Mrs. W. C. Painter is yet confined to evening at the home of Dr. and Miss ;A N 8 Merry!harmon:Jacksonville, I'biisdeiphfaUCly-;SDannon!; t -- ll- ._:--

weighed over seven hundred pounds, from a seedling tree, all the fruit coming her bed. She has been ill for the past Mrs. G. A. Davis, West Indiana Ave., : one, I, M Lyons, DesMoioes; Miss Barrow, ,
and as fat ae beef need be. This held under the of the Public 8lon.sat Washington g llroorne,
market was Is furnIshing its customers with from it being absolutely eeedle ,and month. with a severe attack of pn enmonin. School Improvement auspices Society. An Interesting Miss Quincy, Flu! Mr and Mrs Oeo; A Knonles.iwrerce W. A: ALLEN Tkr CO
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contains very little fiber all juice and Yeas; :Mrs W B McCord, M. meats that should satisfy anyone. They as luscious as the juice of an orange Wanted-To rent a light buggy for musical and literary program 10'I1 McUoril, Minneapolis:. Mimi; II OV i'-
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$ have large number of stock in theN has been and kinson,Itlohmond, VaY; E Ueiow, Jack.
a
prepared, those attendingare and Jewelers.x
can be. It Is thin skin, of a bright three or four months. Address, with suuvllle; Mr and Mr. I Stewart DeLund: Druggists l
( ranch, and they are all fattened with brilliant color. It la probably the Quest price and description, P. O. Box 448, assured a pleasant evening. A cordially J C stow Baltimore, Md; Mr and Mrs U n
cassava, peas, corn and peavine hay be- variety of the citrus family grown in DeLand. It invitation is extended to the Powell,Iiorrtatown. N J; W H Ellis, Oiilncy -
E Downs Miss Corbett. :Miss Dru
public.A Fla! ; Wm \ s,
fore Florida.
butchering. l New liaven. Coon Mrs :Mo-
Contractor Cairns has the contractfor M Ralelgb. ; '
telephone put In up at the depot Keown, New Smyrna; James H Lupe, Dal. Stationery, ,
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\ -- -- a$1500 addition to the home of Mr, las: IAr and Mrs Beth L Mosley and maid .
Candies
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFIkFFFFFFEFFF. an,:Mrs. Thomas Webb on East New would be a great convenience to the Wm II Mosloy, New Haven, Conn: Miss M Huyler's .
.; c York Ave. people of DeLAnd and especially to the vlsrlner.Plrsfleld.. Mass; Mr and Mrs VV Kodak Supplies,
business men. Mr Rowe, the H UeleoonKer'l'blladelpbla' : I Zicbarias,
ONE THOUSANDChickens The attendance at all the public managerof Jacksonville; Mi.. E Chesebro, Brooklyn Florida::: Souvenirs,
i W WW the telephone company, says he Is Miss K: Gates. Mystlo, Conn: ; John H Toilet .
"t. schools of the county are keeping up ready and anxious to put one in there .,owns. New Haven Cone; J U B Smltb. Requisites,

remarkably well, most of them above for the convenience of the people, bn Boston Mr and Mrs B W,\vllburMI9sM.W Boynton BnJ. Decka wife,, Watches. Dr. Mellette's Remedies,,

.,', 1 :: the average.Mr L Jude ., Cleveland, 0 Gardner Clocks '
the railroad wants a special rate, whichhe Mrs N ; ,

:W and Turkeys :W: Charles Anderson conductor of can not give and be just to the other Duff'Palmer, New Woodbury:York;,J New Morton York,.JJ LouiivllleO A l/ranor. Jewelry, ,

... the main line, spent the fore part of the patrons of the system. Jacksonville; John Coolies, Mrs M K Corliss Silverware
Miss 0 Conies Hoe on, Mais; Mice ,. > r'
week at home with Mrs Anderson and
WANTED.W 1v' i Some effort should be made by citi E E Underhill, New York; M ry.J Konnelt Cut Glass, a
the young man. Y 0 Metnalf, Arnold .
sens of DeLand to have the Standard New Rochelle, N ;

4 Mr. J. L. Lynch, several years ago Oil Co. keep gasolene here In stock for Mills Helen; Mr McDonald amid Mrs, Columbus Wm Z McDonald; I'J "I'a'ten, Miss' Optical; Goods, %
Fountain Pens':Eti .
"' ... residing at DeLand, now making Day sale, as it does coal oil. Besides the Chem! > roe; Mr and MriBternlmig, Memphis; :

;; tona hla home, spent the first of tbe gasolene engines here using It a great O H WhI'ner,Jacksonville, !Mrs C H Beard, i
:r' At the Market on the corner. We y Chicago; O A ixun, Mrs Geo Werfelmao,
n week at this place. many of the people use it in their! New YOrK i Mrs L E Wilson, New Hmyrna; NEXT TO POST .OFFICE.I

%::4: W pay Cash prices only for them W Mrs. S. W. Johnston was quite ill the homes, they having gasolene cooking Miss Wilson V W Bi New lings bmyrna, buuosbury.; A MeUeve. N J; Frances At. I't

< ))1 .., latter part of last and tbe first ot this toves. For the past two weeks the hunts; Mini E E Eu tlH. Miss E I. Snlcer, '
; E. L. McBRIDE, Manager. W WyJP : Mr and Mrs W II Warnovk; Crows .. ,
: :: ,, : week with pneumonia,, but is now town has practically been without! it, Roston; -
Honklns. H B Tuttle NanKIt.tuok
Bluff 8 E
'::1' { { ......{ ............. .........., rapidly improving. the filled.dealers failing to get their orJen ,;Conn;!! W Bralnard, Palm Beach;
: LB: Arnold, HrooklyniU MQasalnnir,Jnoksnnvllle -
The Mr
longing to
orange groves H W Johnston, UeLund; F B
A. D. McBride and Judge Stewart are Mr. and !Mrs.\ C. H. Dearborn arrived Worden. Sbelton, Conn: IxiiHMnon, Orlando BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
:; yet loaded with fruit, principally of from St. John N. B., the latter part of ) Mr aDd Mrs H Doan,Jacksonville,
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.FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEFFFFFFiFtfI L U Wblre New York; F Y Smith, Savannah -
.: : '. the tangerine variety the week and are at their old quarterat ; Mrs J W Ilea..... Miss K Bears, Ml..
I == the Putnam and their return to De- Mr and !Mrs H T
11:4' +" :t will I E!: Hears Minneapolis; 4
: : The DeLand Independent Band Uaddenneld N Ji O H Smith 1 H Al
J, Land for the 'winter Is welcomed byinany Moore, ,
:*: Fresh have a piano In its new room in the Skipper, Atlanta. ; Mr and Mr. Oeo A Davis. -
., fs second story of the brick block corner rionda. They have been coming AndVer'wMI1.I( ; 1' M Burton New Fiction.
:: to DeLand for the past twenty years. York and mal, Boston i Latest : _
of Boulevard and Rich Ave. Min M
A J Uanaocm, Miss V C Usnscom.
Dates = :Mr. Dearborn has not been In usual] M MI. H
York
Franue, New Newberger .
.. y Solicitor Perkins has moat ;: .r
County yet
health for several months, but Florida'ssuperb r A WUl-r hew York; .
: .'}', WW.: Nuts! andRaisins .== of bU grapefruit crop on the trees. Heexpect. climate: will soon restore good Mr elM; ;:L..W Morrison. Lowell I W I''1 '
SF : to market them in the sprln8'I Lent, Mr W Dnffy and maid, New 1 ork' If .
' : health to him.Contractor .
: == Mrs .H Lawrence Os 'il J when they sell at from $6 to $S per box Mrs John B Stetson Mice Anna McClure
. Cairns bas purchased the
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I W J Oelmlnger, Mrs W 9 Oonn, Mr. 8 Holidays.FISHER'S w1
<.N ;: 1. = Mr.' Rowe, manager and principal house on the Prevatt property on north Grist Philadelphia; Geo Clayton. Baltimore { J,
At Fudger's owner of the' .DeLan4 telephone exchange Boulevard, and is moving U on the JTrank Wilder, DoLeon SPI,nlC.; JMsrtln

,_ --jJ' (, tY ,. =i= : ha already installed about 60 vacant lot the Boulevard which Jacksonville J H Sim SeoMew' .. '
across .1 ', 'Y ""
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{;'; I and Mrs 8 A. Carlton, ; .r: '
"- 'ttr" :Wy. phones la business houses and in reel. he baa purchased through the real .. Orlando; J V Williams, 1&ytol.J.! Ji Holly. I *""o t '" \\c)'I';', ".'

.., Inspect our I den_ Sate agency of'E. H. Hayward.' It will Gainesville) Fla. I ...., ,,,; f\: ;'. \.,.

:y BAKERY.Lots. .. ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson be fixed: op for rent, bath and light being I' 4\\\ I '

at. -LA. wW Saturday. January 18th, a fine pat In. Mr. Cairns ha contracted FOR SALE., DRUG STORE.' :, ';wa. t
of nice, fresh Cakes, Plea! tkaM .
W ,The mother and little fellow home for' Mr. and loin: Pravatt .. '
to errent "
'. : and .Breo!S ,always on hand. boy. are a High Grade Piano. Inquire of -- ff' !Ij"1." ',',' ,
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doing well and Charlie U th.''happiest on the lot trom'whloh the house C. G. SBIXDOK, i '. -. r ,\'. 'if'1"1.''.'!I'

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' Talt t... A CUM l.Quinine Oas Dsy.Luxatlve Tablet: To and The fro Gloomy march Sontri the sentries.. ID CHRONIC' SORESSigns t
ATLANTIC I COAST LINE I
All fails! druggist to cure.refund K. W.the GroYe's money sign If a I It. RUTS front of Buckingham palace meetlnt !

tare U each box. 25c. face to face for a moment and then .
on ,
''T. separating without a word as It their of Polluted Bio 'd. '

Instead feud were too deep for speech. Tlili The Great t. Car Line From
of trying to convince a vrt- Through Florjjla:#
man the wise nan proceeds to coax The walking sick whata spectacle Is watched wltb sympathetic There ia nothing! so repulsive looking and disgusting! aa an' old ore.

her. Interest by American visitors who oc You worry over it till the brain grows weary and work with it until the

crowd of them there are ;: caslonally Intervena The lentl'lel'er patience is exhausted, and the very night of the old festering, sickly looking CONNECTIONS:
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: Simple Colds. Persons who are thin and glaring at each other one morning whet place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate.A To

Cease be If at all a stranger standing clone by remarked chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthyand East I } TUB ATLANTIC COAST LINE. via Charleston. Richmond
to
looked. Th safest simple way Is to put them pro- weak but not sick enoughto "Come, boys make It upl"! Another! impoverished condition, that your constitution ia breaking down under the and Washington.

aside at the very beglnlng-. Mallard' to bed. American proposed to heal the breach the effects of) some serious disorder. The taking of strong medicines like

Horehound Syrup: (stops a cold and removes go with a little friendly conversation mercury or potash will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the blood and impair To Tie Ix>nIsvUe! Se NaehvUle via Montgomery.The .
the/cause 'of colds.) trIO, ..I Wd .Chronic cases" that'swhat "Say does your king live here?" lie the general system that the merest scratch or bruise result*in obstinate West }
The Mobile &, Ohio B. R. via
Montgomery.
at opened genially. The two sentries
and tl.OXbottU all ,druggists.-> the doctors call them non-healing sores of the most offensive character.
stared ImpussKely and thee resumed Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon the limb

'A man always looks well when he I IR which in common English I their trump. Up came a 1h'lk'ew.m.I or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a. sore refuses to heal the blood To Via Savannah Bud Ocean Steamship Company for New

looking for another man who owe "Can I tell you anything, sir)" siild lie. Is always at fault and while antiseptic washes, salves soaps and powderscan East York Philadelphia and &..ton.
him money. rrieansilong.sickness.To : I "Yen." ntmwored the Auivrliiin. "'JVII do much to keep down the inflammation and cleanse the sore, it will The I Via Norfolk anil Steamer for N. Y.. Wash, Bultiuioru
, _ Via Savannah und Merchants & Miners
why these hearts are aik-ut Trunsixirtution
the continued me young never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified and the deadly
stop Via. for Baltimore and '
lea x.." What I.. Ars T.kl.r I and sore. Anyhow. why cnu't they germs and poisons destroyed, and with S.S. S. this can be accomplished-the Steamship. Company Philudelphla.I .

''When' YOU take Grove's TaHtetes loss of flesh they need I whistle 'We never spenlc when we puss polluted Hood is purified and invigorated and when

Tonic because the formula U plainly 1 Scott's Emulsion. For the by??' "Lopdou Chronicle. rich pure blood is again circulating freely] throughout To KEY and-WEST ) VU PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL'

printed on every.bottle'' bowing that the body the flash around the old sore begins to takeon I r : STEAMSHIP CO.
it U -Iron c and -Quinine In i itattelera a HAVANA.Interchangeable.
simply feeling of weakness they I vtlilzlna tIne Cut. a natural color the discharge of matter ceases
form. No Cure. No
We pay. need Scott's Emulsion.It Making Inn1 cat act us hir plumbs and the place heals over. mileage tickets good over 13,000( niileo of the princitpul. tulle ay
: was the Ingcnlou font that a women S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order of tha Southern States are on gale by the pelncipal agents ,

It' % .mar WQII1 Ut"' who can make makes new flesh and ..f Muiiiiynnk nucompIlHlic-d! the other and nt The same time tones up the system and builds up the general health *!"'or complete information call on E J... Puwe, Ticket BgentV'or'address:
her'OWB altithea to that. her lKhbon day. Thisomiln Inul noticed tlint one If you have a chronic sore write us No charge for medical advice. also''TbroiiKii': Pullman aietper, 1'ort I snip| It In New York, via Atlnn lu Lusl: (Cnusl. 1.Ine;
gives new life to the weak via Ailnntlo Coast Line and Southern l ".
will not'eyiepect, 1" : s of the pIpeH:: connected with the wusli- \
"" stand: In her bathroom loukcd and she THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A ATLANTA GA. FRANK C. BOYLSTON Comn'eretal Agent, W. D. SfAltK, 'rruveilugi'aas. A .nt
system. '
: Best Liniment on barth. 1 wished to locale the leak precisely: -- '!: '.-' 139 Went Bay Street Astor Vulltllnir, Juckixiiivil. u, 'lnrldA t'\'

'Henryp; U: ,Baldwin"' Snot. City Scott's Emulsion gets without tcnrlng out any more of the -. '--" -- H. M. EMER'O:! T"l1Io Manager W.J. CKAI'J' Uonoral Ptteeeiiei "e'lt

Water VvtTorka, ShulUhurp\ ,- Wia.wrltea .. wall than was needful. Wilmington North iJaioliiiu.Fo .
thin and weak
:-!'t have tried many kinds 'of persons out Accordingly sho shut her cat up In Why Not Drink ,

liniment but have never received of the rut.. It makes new, her piulor-the parlor In dlioctly below -- -
mu/hr.beuelit-: -..ntll'I"u.cd.r Ballard'i the bathroom-mid Into the bnIn of PURE "WATER?
Bn6* UnttJenti far rneumitiam andparna rich blood, strengthens the the defective wnHlmtnnd sue poured a
.. I thrhk It the best liniment ocr IViinve" City Mineral Sirlnir| ) Water )I. II liB II> I..,IKIU'I'..1111| purity, lie'nu
.thr"-gfteroOcrma fl.BO tTottie at nerves I'and. gives appetitefor vIal of thc oil of vulwlnn. Cats are excessively THK.',,1 ,t ly lire fruin' .orirnnlu ii...."I't'lflu. <.1 l |MIM.I>..' I Intf ,MI i tifrtil I' "ii!rtlfi*
all druggists fund of the odor of vnlcrlnn. Micluh|, ] \ I" -,,,,U'IIIII, ,) rmiHoi' ..' n ,lln-r 1 mi.'iblu.
ordinary food.Scott's A cat would rather Inhale tills odor 'lh s 'w ter IIIIH "it-uilvvil lluiU'iii. (>.iiili>rMi<'iiii>iit'I f OMI Htifli ui'"n fl'' K anln -
than eat dull. The Mnnayuuk woman's () Hiulltt.. imilei'ii'ir iii'clic',,,i-It'v. .,""K. '"lh'vl'. II !I..h. \\ lk ".I"| line
hearth- ,o)words-* -' amount. "to Emulsion can be cut after It hiul been In the parlor a nt., ibt.bUI ...h"n.I.U In 'Hilt. ....lIl1t''.' ; ,1. II. Ogilon. illrt, :.'I"r."k "unUlllll'IO. .

taken as long as sickness few mInutes begun to pur. Furring it l Ir. D itntun "I'City liu' il,hi hilt.. wilt 01 ".I I ". i Hit1" i 1''Ii' '1 t Mirlnir| ",-al"ikii'Un -
Kev. CarlUle"P. H. Martin,. L. L. B.'YV'hifreiaa crossed the room. It settled" Itself on to mo 1 tun tiHlntr It ,ni.d l ieti' .niiii<*iullMg'. It t i ..1 .,S. lintel I } I.e., tic
lasts and do good all the the floor with Its face to one spot on a t.I,1. ) In< u mv. !hlI.n. tuno. p tti .11.11 t III.et all|I's' !1",11., ti I In' !I" nut i'lnciv .'* %
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rltel 'Of a morn- \ |I" "' I hu\e tUPiil,l I Drimgv1" I. 'i.t itI, ,hp Ihili I, |tlijHli-l'Hi- r LY *isIIWAPafcwD
inc, whtriTlrVt rising- 'I often And a the wall und here Its mistress found It I ihe |I''itt-pot.|. .. .i..ri"'Kl.lntf I h-' Mini-nil I "printf,. WII''..,'. il>-il\l I U I'ruu 10,,,", Hi i fioin' Lows ,?
trouble omet.coUeetkmP01 phlegm,, time.There's whpn she came* downstairs. Its nose its tie. I Ih" "'''1.1 diuwn f,''..''' H Hiilit-rr noun, "ripilnir, 1-7 f\ ft t tll i l.w 111-
which produces a cough, and.la very new strength third to the spot sniffing and purling pit rftio-, I. very |1III..I..b.,| ,.I il ullu,;illiciIlia" HHHI \\ ii''II"" l III "",itt!11 I Ih,' -p- ..

harde; ecstatically.The .
and flesh in dose. 'I'h-Or.untuClt I )' Mlnernl -<| ,lliiu, t'-'itl.-i' ixihetl 'ill .."I I, will
of BallardJg; Horehound Syrup at every wall was opened at this point ... n'ltli iMlxr., .ill- '1-'I. %
once-rfKiliatt the Bt too FJli-nf .liic-koonxlllD'" In f ni|>elii! ii '''h'') |> nyc
l 1tnI'; trouble Is and here sure enough tbe leak wan Pew 101.111111..1 II- il nml sent, "ut I liy f-e 'li-Miid'Ollv) Mlm-i, ."tl, ";prln,, ri: .MIIIII, > i4Ausfl -
oved" I b& bi'noLnedlclnetbat 'le .Q.----. We will be glad found. Here tile valerian had trickled] "...1111' ItlltIU..lh'eolIl'IIIC''aorllII.lr-II I : ", I Iii Im I II I .. .'''r furl Iit'r 1"iI., (/ -
equal to U, and it U no pleallant..totake.
"to send a few 1 ls million I uiltl eallORANGE MRJ
recommend you through. Imparting Intoxicatingodor .
Lca
moBt oordlally
It tolo.l1' *hOns..heedl'blC> a medicine doses free.Be to the cat.-Flillnilf>hla Record. CITY :MINER\ SPRING:: :. (CO.;

forJ:).JOat or lung troubles." Price I nre that this picture In Wllll. Dedtln.. C. A. BULLEN Mgr OritugeCity,: ,. FI,!.
26 : ,UO bottle at all druggists. Iks form or a Ubal U on the Willie Pa. If a war ship Is called 1
wrapper' of sverjr bottls ol "!!Ihl'" wily lin't It n woman.ofwar7FntlterIt's
c -rr "Fi flrlchessumclenwho EmuUion you buy. Jftg3 w'44RtA
l Is con- your bedtime. Willie.
tentrwlth'what he bath.IIUnwelI.. SCOTT; & BOWNE. Boston PORt WW MMMM _M _
'MwIi Ho sunG
1' Chemists IMMM"

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Try a I SOc bottle of Heroine, .Tiotlct! ..SOc. and tt lj all JrujjUU In the good :t: -
the improvement'speedily effected in old the -
days w !
i DEALER IN-
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and l I Ii I
yosjr Appetite Knerg-y Strength sexton announced : # ,
Vfc'or. Watch how il. brightens tht MISSING' WORDS. a death in Gents' and Bays'Clothing. Hats and Caps .
spIrits given freedom from Indigestion the community -_
and Debility! ABUBOrlaar Gap In Ba fit.. LsmotimsreTimt by a stroke on I Lndira Gents and Children Shoes. Slipper ami, Rubbers. 4C J

Isaac Ava. Mo., writes Sept. Cause Inconvenient;... the church bell Buggy and Wagon H .rn..".. Saddles etc. SMOOTH RUN
lOtn 1900.r'I was In bad health I.. The English langunge may fairly: for every year of I \ti
had stomach trouble for IS! mbntiie.alt ;. I claim to ba the most prolific In the --- the lift that was i Sewing:! Machines Organs. Planon. and Mniiical. ] Instruments J

.... dumb chain. Dr. J. W.'Mory world. Not coutcnt( with Its native gone. People] General Repair Shoe- Humes. Machines' etc SOUTHERNRAILWAY : R

pr scrIbed' Herblne it cured me- in 'Iclies,. It possesses In a special degree expected: then, to live to old
two recommend It :
weeks. I cannot
and at the -
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age speculation
too highly, It will do all you claim for 1 the faculty ,
: useful from other tongue, undent and 'Mj
it.rsold; by all druggists. narrow range including only : .
wo<1eru. It ought Indeed to be the those who bad lied the allotted
4t.it :'
The man who'' lk* much about him- most pel.teet'ehlcle of thought In the time. Theta 1 I. no reason WASHINGTON. NEW YORK fl ASHVILLE and
self Boon becomes confirmed liar. norld. and In some rcopecta no doubtt why people should. not l
Tin and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS' N. C.
Is.' have the MOM expectancy: Pipe fitting roohngGut ,

Cu14r4: RI..4 ...'ri1J. M.... 1t..1I1.. l H.mor., But curiously enough, there are de- age to-day except for the T E ECCLES) termg and spouting Pump CINCINNATI CHICAGO, !ii "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
Iclenclcs In to be found In neglect and abate of the one U I
Icssns, Scrotum, Kt.. English not repaired wells and tanks mad "
tar less copious languages. While In organ on which all the other The NORTH and WEST. |II| !!!.!! "The Sapphire Country.
Send no money-. lmplY' -wrlte and .. organs d.pend-tbe stomach. ESTABLISHED SINCE THE puooo to< order. Repairing of al
try!! Botanic Blood Balm at our expesse. many ;:;;;;:? we have half .a dozen Dr. Pierce' Golden Med If_..' D..I"a ininrf 'C+.
A personal trial of Blood words: r| expressing the seine or practically ical Discovery enables men Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed P1lsaa Cuse ...rvo.o .
Balm Is better than a thousand printed the sown thing there are. on and women to be strong and .. All TI. Th. II....

testimonials ao don't hesitate to the other'hand, certain Ideas that have healthy by curing diseases of I Itoe
Shops next door west of bank, Indiana\ Avenue.KOilvION .- RAILWAY H. r.GARY. MWK Psaa.nsr
write for a tree sample. aoappi'oprlute words to express them. the stomach ((and other organs W. liar Str..t, "AIC1DOIlTlLU. ,.. IJ IJGUTHEaJI
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If suttee from ulcers of digestion and nutrition .
eczema, .
In tile words
scrbfula-lihMdl'otsoil you cancer, eating notable denoting found.relationshipsome The ), which prevent the ci:: IJII!+ j.lp are W. H.TA.A..C. P.A., Allwu. Cfc .. \
skin boils nourishment of the .
sores, itching pimples, proper :
most glaring Instance I II the want of a -- '- .I
bode pains uwelllnga\ .rheumatism, body.. I WILLIAM -
catarrh, dr.afey bloo I or skin' disease : word' to distinguish between a male I had twea rick far Zyea rs ,
we advUi'Vou, ..to take Botanic Blood andjtfeuinlu cousin. Other languages, with indlgvutlon": : : and nsrvoua de -- I
bility and bad taken
Balm (B. B. B.). Especially recom- such as 1.'I'ellcl1l1nLl ItalIan have o sep. medicine:: from my family I I Dealer in New and Second Hand Furniture Notice r>l Application for Tax Teed

mended for old obstinate, deepseated orate word for each but la English, without doctor much foralong benefit,;time," Under' Section U of Chapter: 4H8H:! ,
CaBesOfblahgnant blood or skin some addition or explanation Is required write. Mr* W. X. Pee DeLand and Orange City Fla. Holiday Lawn of Florida
dieeaae,vtrecati8e Botanic Blood BalmBBB. bles of Luckaow. S C. ,
In order to uiuke It clear which
Notice l In he'pbyliven, O at 1C J. Bishop
( .)kills the poison In the blood, sex la Intended. 0 WM husband Induced to consult by Dr.my i We have stocked both our stores. DeLand and at Orange City with nnrulmniT, of TAx /lelillltatt" o.ll. dM..1the ( :

cures where all else fails heals every Curious gaps occur here und there In Pierce far letter.. You a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture which we are littering Si I tIny sort makes the blood 1 pare'and t rich.liv" If look advised. me to take at rock: bottom prices-In fact our prices are not duplicated in thet cei'IId.. nlo 1 I.i, mv our language .we Into It. The .Oold..lIIe<1lcal Dtocor.
the skln the rich glow of health. woitf"allOw" a ery' and *Favorite Prescription county. You have had good\ bargains at our Stores, but better ones | I"iii, fir HIT. tloiU in 1""u111 Hc-void-, I
B. blood expresses the Idea of ,' which I Exposures alice uIII law Sitlulortltlcute. eaibrnceathe .
B. B., the most erfeot purtH- 0 did await you. ,
er Inade. Thoioughly-.te: t d-for-aO making: to see, but there Is no word for .' and .to after my: taking great; surprise mLx t All kinds of Second hand household( good bought and sold. See 1 In iuelii FillowinK,| "uunt/ .urlll..11. Klorldu.|'iro tftwtt| Costa II- Targe bottle at making to hear-a phonograph for example. battle nil and before buying elswhere. ....
rears per 1 vu eured our (roods get prices Ne nrnril cr K and n II t'baofsr" of
drut'stores. To prove It cures, sample "'1 took the phonograph to my The Medical Ad. Oi 44&t&wmfrmmt-mtit i *IJ 'w.. itm* ft>iMm, m mi M.MIMUM SHI..trt'-i I neK or Bw<4 unil I nX" of awV ol n." of
,of Blood Balm sent free by writing friend and" What? "Got him to vigor, ia paper coy. .wK, : rdlirJ') 15 South H-.mua 'M i Font.
Blo4d Balm Cia Atlanta, Ga. Des- listen to It" would probably be the In ere. Is sent fret for Bring on Coughs, Colds, .. 'lbs .. :;, being aamxBeil nt the I date
: crlb$: trouble and free medical advice :31 one-cent to of tbe I'Bimnce of stab per Illcate In the
stamps .
elegant finish to the sentence. -- '
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senl In sealed letter. OTThU Is an of mailing Grippe and other troubles : nnme of Robert James. L'nlc' s anlil, erItlljiita >
pay expense
On the other hand "audleo means shell bereilcerned Inw
acvurdlnn to \
hon at olfer-medlcln. ; at'once Addreu
thOse who hear and applies very well only. Comfortable Clothes. that can only be tux deed will Issue tbeieou en the :llltb day "'
drei aid. ,. Dr. R. V Pierce, A. I) 1W4)
: to those present In a lecture hall or concert Buffalo N. Y. the Inv::, :; niv ottlct'nl glKnitiire.anil seul .\

Wthat' a Messlnglt'ls! to be" skilledIn room. But what of those who see : ; is well promptly nipped in this the 2fitb day of lii-cemlier, A. l 11.11)3.
tie charactera that form mankind. II cricket matclvor- Instance "Spec ,. No lady so equip BAM'I. I) JO>III>AN,
I tators" Is the nearest word, but It does Notice ped for the Fall and winter as bud by using ('larkCirouit Court Voluala Cniiniy" Flu.

It'll: a oua-e>proof of the( coming- fold not correspond exactly to "audience." All creditors legatees and distributee I I I when our Perfectly Tailored Notice of Applicationtfor Tax, Deed Under
.. There., one>.deficiency In the language Section S of -1688!! Lawsof
age whe-nyoll. "pastandjQondematbe and all perso'is' having claims against tbe Garments make her ward- Tropical Chapter ,
prewenU-; so awkward and Irritating that Estate of 1'bneba Clifton are quired to Ai LWhI up FloridaNotlceleharoby 1

.V ,: -.' _* even at this late hour It ought to be present the name to the, underpinned. Administrator /-M(1Y II robe Not only clothing made irlvi-n thntSUryA: Morri
et 110. '
y >-f; made good. Need It be laid that refer- within. two tears from this son, purcbiuer, of I lax Cmifloute No> JHl "
Atoucb. of is like but PineAppleTar
pity a suspended date. s&II; 'j lightly for bodily comfort -
__ and ZBVdutcd the Hib day June A. t>, 18111h /.
choM InrSffcjmphony. ; the<< moat ueautlfutout ence-,18 made to Indiscriminate use of Tbls July 18th Iw3.: .
tiled
'# mad for ll an id crrutloate In mv ottlce and
In tltb the personal to denote either DANIEL GEORGE.( 11LfSt clothing rightly our
). composition. pronoun his made applioul Ion fur tax u>,d to Issue In
the- personspeaking' or' the' person Administrator mental satisfaction. Those and WineThe accordance witb law. bald certlttoaie embraces

:ItchingSkin;; spoken of? This uiuy not be a defectpeculiar Notice to Creditors.Notice 'I.TTlt who want the best of the tail. situated the Volusla following county descr'ked Florida' property to-wit-:
to Eugl( b, but It I. one from
which Is hereby /given that the vndar- or's art find here. If you'vea Ne 01 ne" and e ot neorae',( anti.
'- the ancient classical l Florida Reme-
Dtftras* by day sncT nigEP tongues are Signed ba. been appointed\? by the ounty great VHX uf nrof se>f. See IVTp 18 Hi ulb,
entirely free. "u"leofVoh Conn'y, FloridA adminis peculiarity in'your desire for Bangs :3U. kiloS.Thesalil .. -
it's the complaint of thou whoareo
"He said he bad offered him money: tratrlx of the estate of Eliza. 11 Morris.deoeaad clothes we'll fit that dy, backed by more than land being assessed at the date
unfortunate as to be afflicted which he had declined." would be quit ., and has duly quHlltled M snob nj perfect of the Isnoneof such cmtifluate In tbe

wit Eoxema or Salt Rheum-and out- comprehensible either In Greek or Lat- administratrix. All creditors. legatees. peculiarity a million dollars! of Florida name of U M I'endleton. Unless said nertiduale .
distributees and all claimsor
persons having shall be redeemed scoordlna tr law.
warn applications do not our!!.. In, but* la English It necessitates a numer demands against said estate are hereby capital. Look at the tax deed will Hsue thereon on the 9th day of
Thej can't. > of bracketed explanations which notified to present the same to the undersigned !names, Fell A* l).| 1904. '
1a source of the trouble! Ia In the are positively: annoying and destructive wl'bln two years from the date : c: :. :IocE1I.:: :B R.O3 of the who Witness my offlnlHl signature' and seal
the will be barred. gentlemen
btmake that pure and this 110.1J. of grace and fluency.-London An. I hereof LYDIA or A.same MCABEE Administratrix.rttttjut ,- this the jth day of Jun. A. D., 11)04.SAMI. !) .

inn, >urning, itching. skin.disease, will swers. ____ (_OntnhAr_____, __.. 111.n<'''. compose this company d I JORDAN. I
J dual"i ri : Clerk Circuit Coint.. Volusla county Kla.
ras taken- with an Itching on marm Notice"-of Final I Notice of Application for Tax. Deed Under Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under if this is not sufficient -
bleb proved very dlssgrMsble. 1 Discharge.Notloe Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws Section. If of Chapter 48UH. LaWI; see a Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under -
-'- cone ded It was suit rbvura* anil bought a of Florida-. Section S 48D8 Law
Nothlnsr ta Do. Chapter of
hereby given; thaa six months Florida. of merit: ,
: beSt 0111004'. Bariapnrllla, In two days 'Townf>- -The last time I saw Jenkins after date>towlt i On Ihelrst day of July.A Nut lev la bpn-l"" "V given tbatWilllnm Laws, guarantee Florida. .
I felt better und It
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'- altar began taking n e was' looking blue said be bad D 1801. I will preaentmy inal nooounu Solluels hereby given that .I.J. Rlshop yireha.' r if TIIX Cerllricnte No ,4111dH'l'dlldd.y..f ta, Notice Is hereby given that M,- A Morrison
pretty
ot before I cured Have : ; ry
lone was
was .t C". parole. 'user of Tax I'ertltloate No. 0.2, i
: sdmlslatrator or the estat or B H .ldIng.drueated .lime' Hit' .
as 8p A. D. 1'Ol.ba
WM.II. JOttDAN Prei. Banker and purchaser of tux certifloaia No9fift: and 2( 7.
bad rlii disease since Mas.Woo Cap. >
f do. ,
14 asv any nothing to .Utml. 1 IhnBrdilay of.lure. A I'.. 1IX)1.) has .
I' tbe County Judge of Vtilu- sal irertlttuati> i In, mv 18,-.. .'lId I as madam .I Itallat. unted the Ulb June. D. I$IJ'*, has tiled
: 1JIA Cove 1'olnvWd.' Browno'-He told me the same thing sIn. county FlnrUIn' and ask bra flnal die.oharue tiled, said, rtlf1unte. In my nlHir. situ himniHdn .Hi'HiliMi\ s tfut4 IHX haul, I.. ISM e h, .....ord- ciii ;. BLUM Vloe.Pre.. Wholesale Mar- told cortlUeute day fa my and has made
: ,odf&Sarsaparllla\ today: when I met him but b* was ss such ntlmlnlslrator apnllontion I '. tax; deed to 1-sue In. ...... with law.. ttiild I'vrtlriuaUi 4."'br..e'', "' 'oh"lIl. .., application for tax oalCl'l L5110 In accordance -
.oco.dsopwlth law. 9 ild oertiflat* embraces
quite cheerful. Tbls January ,lat, 19U ,II. r..Unwlnl, "riUiroi>rty .IIIIIU'd, .liVoluiln I J.J1 WIM.IAM3,2i Ylee-Prei Com mer- with law Maid oertitlcateenihraoestne
the t"lio.lna dlsnrliiml nroiwtrtr Bitus .
E.1). 8PALDIJJO, Fii'rldu.'iwMltt' I
"Z .'rovte-Ra1gned to tt.'IItIPpon.' .' l In V.,,1"01. FlorId' ",. to-wltt lummy. tiiat. BMlestnan.B following described propprtv Hltuated In
: rid I blood.' lfu: : Mad owe j VBrowno Resigned to Itl! No;' Jut Adinlnlstrstor of estate or B 8 III'a1dlnll'' t-n e<"f of s.. K sea county.B tp' 14 xnutb r 2K east. I 'K! f fX ..f"M' "t lj.l I >an I The said iHnil. l elnK seaNtfd nt Sits ,ilateof of .3 i..t Ij.t 10, S: o. 8,. Tp 13 South.' Beast. I Hotel. N4 of se} ,of netied eM of sel of
all iption ...._no' I ..... ,appointed ILee.gOpGZIUcI13obPbttitd.ipiiln NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ihalosusncp, of pitch certificate in the 30 Knat.: T1T08.( A. [lAVla.8eo aadUfrr., Publisher neVi and nw34of ne& of se3Wo' 7, Tp 10
r> """' \! ,press. H..I.n'. Morrison,' ih, duly appointed naini, or I. A. Stewart Un.lets "Id ."..t'll. The milil. .Im-i, Iwliiir. ..r>a..*w<.il HI tile riald ., D. U. MoMI LL.\S. VIce-Prei.Conaolldittci.; South, Uaugp :Ji> East: _
admlolstratrlx of the elPle or U 8. Mo... cale shall ho I ivileemetl Huuonllnir 1 Thmaau.LL4P..sIes Iooth$... risen, deoeiised bavlnz flle.1. In tills, offlce B tux deed will issue tho'eon on the 27lli dujr I lif Uri-virv! pad A A. Ciiry. DIIIHHsn ,I y..I ISER, Pret.Tba Motto Co.: of theisaunnoe. of such certificate In the
--Wbt bOt onies of the lead pencils is written suggestion" 'of the InsnlvpDry' nf said ot.Fnnnnry, A. l 1'. IKO il. .reillH<*al.'. ..mull lie rrdiimxl. 1 sacred,. E. a WEST, CaplUllot; LuipbecMan 'namenfUnknown.- "TTnleia said cer.tttcaie .
; as&niefvnwe.$ problem as what be- Pompous C'\II.toOlPr-Tbat Insect pow- Saab of L B. Monlson, :notion:: Is berebi Witnean rry i ttli-lal alirnnture' sad eOn! IIIK to ''antax, ilwjil will lusuc III.| .roiui 01l tifaoturer. shall redeemed .0CCJ'dlnl( tit law,
cotne4 0 pf ... Voroner-e er ff ally \aei <]\yr'yoo-.noldj un, the etlle.de11I. DO given to all persons Imvlnv claims against/ this the Kitbtlny ol O pemlwr. T 191J8.. .l lh.. 1'llh .ili) .,t F.-l.nninf. A. l 0 i9.l. L. A.FHALKiaa, C..hleDk_ : !of M .Jlon tax deed, will Issue thereon. on" the Ulb day
dtIC poott ftTjiv .'coukroscfip fattenon It; said e.tate.to appear sad lie) tlie sama. with 8AM'I D.JDBDAN, XVltn"an lily "111 (1..1 altfniiturp' '.,..1 1 ;anti I I of Feb. A. D. lft"4
llfiat tbemaaa .
c- op 141 ; c duly autbentloatoiL nt myoffloeln le- Clerk; Cl-cult. Court, I' nf .- I T. C, SMITH; A 't Canbler) Bank of Madloii. WItness cifflolal and
Affiiblc. SaleennnYe.. \ .. slr,, ,Th.fl me. this ibf lOlb day Juinmry D. I'O8M'UI I .' my signature seal
sp4tk tjJqt7jlrugl..u.nles. It 1$ the flr.nita'i''i ." They: 'get tilt on It and Plnrhla, on ,.or, before the 1st day 01 Volufla county FIts. I). JUUI'\N. ., Z West, Capitalist and Real Estate the 8th duy of Jan, A I> Ilr04.. .-
ons4ftho.e admirable people who August, A. D il)04.J) CirciiU C It'If | mini. t F'.i. IJAM'L JUBDAN.; _
then till" of Coat round next Cli-rd! yiilu.sli : Dealer.
npnplexy.: ... /.EK;: : MdCRORT :
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nrnals and cash accounts and Clark Circuit Court Volusla
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keepS J < f Fla.
week anil report ngnln./ Anytlilng I cant Count Judge Vnlutla COli at,.'. Kla.Tbls ., Motion of Application for Tax Deed Under : I. !: HODOSOS, General Southern county
wbo $suatly! carry a sort of penholder I December" 3, lvu Section t t Chapter 4 a. Laws of Notice of Application. for Tax Deed Under .. Agent .1. Y. Life In*. Co
.rran emenl In which Jeinaer V, ""*\ for yojil!.. iim'ilU! ;;. _, Florida. Section 8 of Chapter i4888 La-wi I P. SM vrsr. Tax ,Hector Voluila.. Co. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
I H. i4. McOHB. !: VH' Editor Gainesville .
> Sun Section 8 of Chapter 4888! Laws)
nnd feoj
half ind
pencil *
?ugth pni Kntlim" l I.Jierel.y 'ven' that Mary A Mo-rll! of Fldrldi, D. B. THOMPaoN.: Umeral' Manager |!St.: of Florida. -
using and sharpening UjwUi-lt-UaU .oa.purobimror. tux oer'l"oa'l No 140 toted s"et.p l 1..b..i..l gl-en itvii' ; R. J. BlsH"t),I l AuauMtlne Dally lte..od.. .
toM. Very few people ever get pencil 1 the til da*..r July. A U III''''. hat tiled' >.lil, |.iir ht_.r ..r Tim I'l-rllHrate No 111liod ,. WM,I J. BRYAN County Solicitor. buval l Notice II hereby given: thee' Thaycr A
s i eerlilUm'elh one,. and has. inad 1ii'.b w ( ihoiflib, d." ", Mirg, t A.-l> I.'IN Cousty.'W$1A.SIVAi4S. Siuls, pnr..ha..r of Tax Certificate No.
worn down as far, as half length. Ms Pills! rov \ ,
:.a 4S4 dated tbo 3d of June .
p day A 1
> IDol
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l pIle I lor tax duefl to Nnue In nr o ,rd- l>'* flint" it ovillluNiw' In mv.i>IU" Th. disappear before that stage Is :; Inw. Huld oerllfluata: einbrt'testh. mini. eeiii"t't., ftr, tuX'd.II.'' ,$ > IHKIII basnledanltlcertlHante In-mv nl1l',,', and
.. : : h.s madeplication for tax (Wd! to Issuela
!Mli whicdoo llml property illumed' In In Hdctrrd mO>* whb h.* tIed-ti', r'llh'.1I'
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r VoltI.lao.iunSv' Florida. UmltiBi .pmltrn e. th?' f.m. I'-wl-' d t.rnpcrhish1u'ttriI I' = Ind'if'not KOonrditatMi wi'''' law. Said< ocrllooatenmhrnceM
d..f.lh Uottle
will -si4 dyee.ptb frdua teune II ... ; Try a 1 tbe followIng; d"s<d property
I \ tmlii .. un II
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nf of B T 'I') ID a"ulh R 3D
W self ,
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>rs s f b.ry, .d e.sbl hisS to sa t *>- sltunlRrt In Volusla county, Florida. i-wlti.
w'n agalriHbiot what tojho. ytI '!&at v.W1Ib5la. "TM7 DtsYsa& / Ease 10 n' ",11. I Nw4nCa. UII'too! ioi'r.rs'Pil.gs" 28 t. pleased f. :write the' company lxl i, Ben 111, Tp 111 S.iul'h.. B 'into SO Bust
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The mid laud being animwrl. al t lh. data ,' I :: :
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'. Tli.* said .Unit ..In" s.taus-s1! tilthexlMtinf Tbe said land Iwlntf, asa aunt Ht I.e| date, f
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; flIJrtaT-iJo'tf&y, cat > n> :SICK HEADACHE I co.t.tor.yh.ldasrP.a.v.shi.apsrlm.atInS'.. of He Imuaiic of such ornlDaaM In tda th* 'u.n--n. f> lit .m.h ivrillli'iitn' ' -.Q_ 1 Dam* ,W JL McBrlde. Unlrn said ...'. name, if JirtViiton Puv's' I'll at.au il crrilflo of J B Williams UDienisMlilcsitilluutasball
,-. baa ,-.est Ze.4 ncli- the- cssiss k.. tile)UM food.......IIaU... asue- f sceedla.ppOiflm.ultL a'.th M.adaed, ds.2 tldoan! shall be reneemed. aeocrdlnir to I: .te !shalib.,, redeemed ..eocordlnir- Inwta ,p I gentlemen and get yourmdney be redeemed. aconnlinK M law. tax deed ,
lNd70 g.Mut'ELoPrsw law xdted will l thereon. > !
the Oib
u on/- x deed,will Issue': thereon. ,. _.be.aitb. da]r will Issue tbereon ,on the 33J day of Fob
: ; 1.2 a 2 Xd dsyOtFebA D>.1004.. of innnsrj,'A.D. 104.' back. Made only A. D. 1904.
; 5. itnasu ofllulnl .Bod seal WItness myi-mlelnl,lalgnarurej I .
uI .ppilc.flts. mY .ilKnatur m sue Witness my official slgnftttir and seal t
n.u. ..OII&aseI..'4 tke2 iIIlL I UvPER1" & L1 '. this the tfth day of Jan A D ISO. I Ibis tbe Uib day of Deoemlwr A l> 1W1., by,. Trop Mfg. Co:, and tbls Ihe ttd day of Jan. A. D. 1904.
I O1)II.a LIII tIe. pencil. .-fe4. HAM'L JORDAN .. ,8& tt.I>."OBDAN.e'k ,
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