The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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professional t (lJ&i. I ,SENATOR TAW1FPKRO """ CII. !'!' """ "!I' "<<'ofo. "" ,!IIJ !IIJ II!'!, fI'for..r, '.c"
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W..PERKUSIATTORNEY Always Within Uemocratle LlmI4M. Health anil Abllltr to Work Ocher '
JAMES 1'ban Mouoy unlVurry.. itiHi. W&TX&' JVULLER, ; 4\ ,
Nojpolnt can be made ,against Senator I '
Does wealth cimxUt In hoiim ,
and cbuS3ELORATLAW. Tahaferro on the Tine of Mr. lIIoni'y ;M
laiitlx. blink I xtix-lis, iiillioud boiuU., .
Stockton'p: Insinuations, of favoring ; ? ; etc.alouuT 1i
-) .. tfl 4 the Aldrich and Fowler bills, In the Wo think not '1'lit. yotiiu\; until : Hardware, Furniture, Undertaking,

DeLand :Florida. Brut place, only the Aldrich bill came starting In life with ;no money. litit .

Will Practice; in *State and Federal ,'.. up for a vote, and was defeated by with good digestion good, slix-p. good, J ,HiHi,! ,s m .

Court. the Senator's help. Therefore, a eq health and ability to work in HOIUII .

I pros on this count In Mr Stockton'sindictment profitable; L'lIIIJhl'III.-nl. ki.'I \ilint thengp New' Store and ;..New'i-Ooods.' "..:;
K.Y is in order and the folly Hi, ,
bo 'f.j
would ,
of being reckless and careless In I charging political sins for the sake of all bid millions for. 1 HiHi.; Large assortment of nrnltarv on hand and goods arriving daily and /
In will continue to com until rrarstork of furniture is In all its !
ATTORNEYS-AT the sound Mint Is for complete ; :
ought to be a lessod to Mr\ money '' branches. You will find *
our New Store 3 doors North of oar Hard- .f
DELAND. Stockson teaching him that a man leeplusa night:: and \painful dins or HiHi ware" Store., !Mr. Wm Yeargm,wU( be glad to ,show' yon through I._, /|\
,Office in Bank Building. O who U' hunting big game ought to be tho misconduct. of dissipated. children; and make price thai will make smile and wonder :li
yop why w* can
,Branch office over, Postofflee.DAY'lONA his sure of what kind of a load he haa In Which brlnga the)( fjicntcT huppliiuss\ 1 1 ; Good sell such good goods( such ,,1 law, prices 'The reason is we buy in' ,'',":",
he confronts the
gun tiger. the glitter show, jeulouslt-s mid ftilHity; itiHi large qnan titles and pay cash and we are going to give our customer* ..f\
J, L. MoCROKY But. )la this attack on the Senator'Demol1racy of fashionable life or the hvnitfrlt )t. 41I" the benefit of same. .ji
as to national finance, Mr

I .f'r ,, Stockton In. merely pedantic, and he friendshipsUlili picniil' ;, ] .HO liiim'l!)' HealthA
ATTORNEYrAT-iAW. r on/"'
1.1. / ol the campaign that stump speeches bow uiuny of the piiliut1, .) of oar; millionaires #\

on that subject of high finance, will will and won IAn makes her toilet with care and
..Absolutely Pure.WOKIS you gloater IUIIIII.|>| 'a,
DeLapd Florida.BERT .. bad health it often !
content But 'In
make a crowd as sleepy as a talk on I ness In the parlor than In tlio kitchi-n : of _-'-_---_ _ We have large new np-to.date 2
th,s tariff, and so far an the 1 Issue he happens that the gratification being \1 kind
FISH., : SUBSTITUTE How many inlllloimlivs will tell you II well attired is lost. There is hardly stock of all of Funeral Snpfj\
makes, or tries to make with the
that they are hlll\ >h'r now thai;; n lien strength to brush and dress the hair, and \.j.; plies from the cheapest, to An- fi\
Senator on the Fowler asset .
currency _ eat Metallic of all sizes. First-
'ATTOBNEY-AT-I. _u. __ ..,_ ard the Aldrich bill to distribute the sterling In Ill'e without .,.lull'II"t' ; there is small courage to make the effortto \.1 clans embalming.. Our Mr. y\

The night of a wrong is the:only surplus Is concerned. that he mightan On the top of mountains WI tlnil keep Pierce'j up! appearances. \tj a Yeargin will have charge of this n\

commission the true man needs. well charge the Senator with being rocks and Ice and snon It Is dow; In Dr. Favorite Prescriptionmakes ,department ..." will give prompt,- L

p Land, -, .Flprlda. the parent of the Dlngley lAIr, exrect the valleys that we Hud the vlnrjaiilx.Let them well weak The women strong by making of feminine \'''I' "attention to same. ,When need- f,f*..

BpeclalvFadJitlft .for Examining turn A Vulil In Ona. D'F. Ing thereby to draw voters$rom no man envy tliose iklior I Ilinn I weakness is common found in cause a diseased- \tj; ing anything/ the above lines, m

Perfecting Land Titles. Mr Taliaferro. In this Mr. Stockton himself. until all give ns a call.
Take Luxatlve Quinine Tablets. taking tlilius; Into condition of the womanly organism. i ij;
l.going to find that It will be a good \f'I' _
All refund health clillUiou establishes ,:'
druggist the wife
If Rccount-nge. "Pa\onte regularity ,
money H Prescription" -
E. ALEXANDER: ; plan to go slow and stop Boon Jt U
J fails to cure. U. W. Grove's signature a tacking in his sailing that will tr1eodblt Is sure be Mould IJ,. willing dries enfeebling drains heals \tj l .

.. la on each box. 25c. not bring him to his landing What to exchange.-Ueotge J. Angell In Our inflammation and ulceration and cures :4,. ., ...... ., ........... ., .:.:,a, ,:''''j' ,-,;
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. difference however does It make Dumb AnluiulsTIi female weakness The tonic effects of this ". ,,,, : :"",, ;;il# ;;;;II ,,., ;;W ,,.,,;o.
The.ministry will never be a, ioft medicine are remarkable; it soothes the
even to the voter that' Mr.
Office In Brush Block. snap I> to the man with a sensitive sou}. II Stackton and average Mr. Taliaferro, do! not Erudite lrlaoner. nerves. encourages the appetite comfort and induces .. --.-. -- -
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DeLand, share views upon practical national "The charge UK'In ye." the police Justice
mothers and
Will Practice -,8tate. and, .FederalCourti. (:olt\\... and courage to prospective :
Simple finance? Is
That to what dUTer-
: i say. snld "is buiitlniilitit; Inni-,' ye .nrwli"ully-- ___ __ rln__._ti_ _away__ with the OalnS Comfortable Clothes.
Cease to be simple, If at all orolorjfetl. ence does It make to Florida Democrats got to sa> ?" n. experienced at maternity.There .

The safest Is as to bow a surplus Is created or commonly alcohol in Favorite Pre- _ _ _ _ _ ,
M. BENMETT way to put them ,\11 to that replied' the, piNomr.' ueedy is no
I JJ. !aside at the very beglning;. Mallard's disposed of, or in what form 1 It IN looking iiiuti. who iiiit* ';aiiil to scription" amid it is entirely free from C No lady i it! well
kept long there Is so eqWppedfortheFallandwinter
Uorehound: Syrup stop a cold and removes so as nothingrep' have sec-u better tlujft. "If bj the term opium cocaine, and all\ other narcotics. -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the cause of colds, 25o, l>0c rehenelve about it and the system orbasic Women suffering from disease in aggravated as
plan of value- of the coin and of 'btirKlui! you iiii-iui the offence
and Tl.00 bottle at all drug'g-Istll. form are invited to consult Dr.
DeLand1Flurtda.. currency of.the country Is not Involved which, according to Enfllsli Inw nnd Fierce by letter free. All letters are when, our Perfectly Tailored ,

When an avocation becomes a vacation ? practice for tentiiiii,;, him. Ixcn cleiuly rend in private and womanly confidencesheld Garments make up her ward
JOHN MAODIAKMID, It Whether to bave a surplus, or not: deflated us *houst IntnUliu; 1 bj> nlulit.: III absolute secresy. Address Dr. '
QR. must Itself to be virtue
prove a robe Not made
to have one and if there Is a surplus only clothing
the tliaigv Is palpably> ridiculous Tliopolicemanulli'KfM R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ,

PHYSICIAN ,AND SURGEON. Government's what to do with business.it, are details It ought of not the that lie d..to",11Ie' It Surprised Her. 0, lightly: lor bodily comfort but I

Office over Fisher's drug store. Toil Know What. loll Are TnklngWh to be politics. How can the average In the act of bieakhiK! Into a Imime ..M'stcrduy ', Dr. Pierce clothing macH rightly for our
"I health thanks to
Office hours: 10 to It a. m.; 2 to 4, n you take Grove's Tasteless citizen safely Interfere in such affairs?, afternoon In hioad dn>'Unlit., If, Fnvoi enJ.v, l'rc Komi.crlpHun and; '.olden Meillol Dl'*. mental satisfaction. Those

and 7 to 8 p. m.DELAND. Tonic i because: the formula is plainly We send representatives to the Congress on the other hand the ttMiu; la nnnlc to c vcry.' writ.. Mr. J, I, Ochnetyer of Poiilluc.I.KItiuxUm I
on bottle showing that the offense1, hen committed Co., 111 "Hove tnken nix t botlle ol : who want the best of the tail.
FLORIDA. printed every as our agents at Washington to cover same end! kliul I wan tnkeii nick mast Pebnt..y.ad
It Is simply iron and Quinine In a look Into the business of the nation b}' day, whIch I brlliMe. l Is you ulmiiid the wtel <;;t I"'I l, and, then, when I I found I
tasteless form. No Cure. No and to find out the situation of affairs got up
G. DAt'IS' pay, American understanding of the word .
JR. A.PHYSICIAN Wc ),nd 'ilUiiliicetneiit, Had and" .chand. pains in desire forperfet't
I that no one else can do casually It In a legal! "n.,'. shall have to concedethecoirectnvss In my bnik anil llmbu could, not stand any I lengthof a peculiarity your

AND SURGEON I Is a study and ought to be: one entIre. of the chnigo. lion-. tfitie 1 knew: that our home doctor wouldlitMlKt clothes, we'll]] fit that
jour and
the firrtt thing on examination
No wonder tired of an
some are relig ly on patriotic; lines Of Democrats
course the .* that I would not ,,,hit to unless I was dangeroiiMly
or, reHenlng! howexer. right to I. -
LAND FL.OBIUA. ion when they take it all in kanparup! like SenatorTaliaferro, in such Hick, and then It would be too late to doany \ peculiarity.
leaps. matters, stand by Democratic principles garth with u species of contempt the unod My son had your book. Commonhi '

Office at residence, Indiana avenue, as n<.ar as possible in the treat. crude Isprudence; of title countiy; mi Medical lvlr,and I thought, from read- .
would do '
it lint lerce'tt medicine
tag Dr me
'. next to Court House* Bent Lliilinrnt on EsrtIa.; ment of such cases.. It Is generally "lake lni buck to 'Is cell,"" Knuppd more good thnu nil the home doctor*-and BO it LrOXER.: :; :BROSI

Office Hoars-: 9 to.19. S to 4, and 7 to 8. conceded that our party lithe one the police, justice """' let Mm sober tin*. II f any one land told me It would do tne 10 ..
D. Baldwin -- --- ------ -
Henry Supt. ---- ------
City not that
intuita a -ould have mid 'Oh no --
Water Works, Shul\lIburg-\ ( Wls. that. demands that every piece of up."-Chicago rlbuiie. much ..ood.' I oil nay truly 1 was surprised atthu
VIDA Z, :BAEBECKE At. D. write legislation and every official act shall benefit I recelv.-d I cau do all my washing
MRS. "I have tried kinds of
liniment but have never many received be within the Intention of the Constitution To B. Healthy D.. Practical.TheoretIcally. al my'uINo fect tend,00st toy nil I ducer the time.garden.An In old fact friend I amon oh !:.MoillltlHllftJiItIIIIoM.! ........... 1M .. M _...................... .. .. ..

much: benefit until I used Ballard'sSnow Expediency Is not regardedby eer3r adult person ofallJ' mine sold 10,ne. Why what 10 the tastier with
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Liniment for our party as an excuse for going you f You are Retting you ,g .Iala.' I told hcr I TVILLIAM:: KOLMON
rheumatism and wishes be
Intelligence strong
outside of the Constitution to accomplish 1 tot tnkcn nix bottle of I,'. Pierce medicine ,
pains. I think it the best liniment on and healthy. Frnctlcully, a lyijoi! ;'Ity of and that' If*he would do likewuw she would feel!
Office on East New York Avenue, earth." 2c; Soc what might even seem to be a ten year younger, too,"
and $1 00 bottle at
them wish nothing of the sort. They
all national oenent. These are the limitsof I Dealer! in New, and Second Hand Furniture
J DELANO FLORID drugg'llitsUlltterlng our Democracy and where has would Ilk. to be well .enough but lire Five Physicians Helpless. ,

Senator Taliaferro in his past service not willing to pay the pi'Ice, though It "I feel It my duty to write to you and let you DeLand and Fla.
QR. A. S. MUNSON, generalities are as likely as Florida representative, gone over really costs nothing. When. man get know h"wr much your medicine ...,. done for Orange City

to hurt the devil as tissue paper bul the line thus set!? out of health he usually tints. to net me CheniunR." write Co.* Mr. N.,.y Wm.It Hnckett l.one of, of the Bree;ct.port that, .. We have stocked both our store< DeLand and at Orange City with

\ lets. No abler or truer Democrat than I ever med in life Before I began ... ...e
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. something to "patch him up" so that my would 1 a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are offering/
mediilue It eemed though I
was Thomas F. Bayard, ever held a he can continue the foolish thins. your never be well ngnln Could not Hand on my :iI at rock bottom prices-In fact our prices) are not duplicated In the

Office Second Door South of Fisher's Bev. Carlisle 1'. II. Martin, L. L. I O.Waverly seat In Congress. Certainly h'a name vrhlch hale caused his bad condition; feet five minute without fainting Could' not county. You have had good' bargains at our Stores, but better ones
and memory are sacred to Southern walk to my ,,niizhbor' Would, have a vomiting
Drug Store. Texas writes: 'Of a morn He made difference. hence the almost, niiheiSnl resort to I Hint Mould ;last three hours: at a time. My I await you.
OFFICE: HOURS 10 to II a. m.| 3 to 5 i ing, when first rising, I often find a men.between always a of the drug treatment Insteiul of the natural Bell. ; would tremble ao I could, 1 not even wait. onmvflelf All kinds of Second hand household goods bought and eold. See I
what the business
and 7 to 8 p.m. troublesome collection of phlegm, was of rpstoilng and maintaining, : 'hen t had.severe time chronic 1n- Ml all our (roods and get prices before buying elswhere.
Government and what was politics. inenns : immntiou of the liver then uterine trouble
DeLand Florida. which produces a cough and i is v cry I His idea In this phase of public life Is health and atrenittb. It u titian IK n-ally then heart dUenie I haul five of the belt phy.icinn o........__... .......... MII..... 1M.. .. .......
hard to dislodge; but a small quantity Hint I could be found They Mid to ray
I I 'f ; of Ballard. Horehound will :still the rule for patriotic statesmen. desirous of being naturally sound and friend I : there It no help for her' One said 1 I ,
[D' JOHN REEVE, Syrup at 'He held that riders and amendmentsto could' not live the winter out one told me thatif
oncedislod/te/ it, and the trouble is appropriation bills which contain. healthy lie will try to study out the I I not temporary rillef that was all that could *_ ___ eid _MM ___.. .. .. :
over. I know of no medicine that is means of becoming so These menus be done. My mother., snlrt to me one day when
ed general legislation should not be all Included In the foinidntlon she was there Do you know you cannot Ret
I equal to It. and it is so pleasant to are a\' "
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, used by the party; that they were well?' I told her I did She said 'What are J. A. ERICKSONDEALER '
take. I can most cordially recommendIt against the rules of the Senate and Invlol.tlon principles. of practical livirli-ao, you going I to do about the baby? Do you.want }
Office In store recently occupied by to all persons needing a medicinefor of the Constitution. His namely exercise, rest. nlr. light food me to rf her-or some one else? It -
aeemed i a* though she had pierced me with a
Dr. Mellette. Residence 40S West. throat or lung troubles. Price part and his friends crltlcl ed. and drink ROIl bathing.-Cooking Club. aword. to think of leaving my tlfflr withouta IN- J
New York Ave.DeLand ;ZLc, 6 when be
protested on many occasions it, and when my friend were telegraphed tothst Gents' and Boys' Clothing Hats and Cap I
Florida. guided his conduct by this rule, but When Too Day Ch.;.... 1 wn dying, and seeing' them weep b18":3
The man who Is winking/! Iniquity he stood by the rule. In the present When you bur thrsi benr In nil ml bed I, thnt Memed: a* though, I could Ladles, Gents and Chlldrm! !hoes! SlIppers and Rubbers

PH. W. S. TAYLOR, I to-day will be working with It to-mor- Congrens. the Democratic Congressmen that all Kood chci-xt will he mellow to to hear them repent that they would 'take' care
of the bnby: and give her a Brood home 1 thinkif Buggy and Wagon/ Harness, Saddles etc.
\ row. are not In accord on any party the toucb. yet flrm The 11;ml will lie of ever : been through with inch a. I

: SURGEONlDENTIST.Office policy as to the Panama treaty Some nn even tint elastic. ami free from puffsand ; terrible" There'hfulflhey are n great can nanny ympathixe ladle with that me I have Sewing Machines. Organs. Pianos and alnxlcal Instruments ii iiCLASH

t.. I. If Unwell. will vote for, and some against It. So, a sample will repeal a It rlU. clone, betruet I\to use Dr ierce't medicine I and told,whatIt General Repair Shoe. Harness Machines, etc
-' mba done fur me With the first two bottle of
In Fisher's New Brick Block. Try a 50c bottle of Herblne. notice too, It has been with the Cuban reciprocity buttery (train of nutty HIM or. Ch..pwhIch your Favorite Prescription1 Sod 'Golden Medical

second floor. the Improvement speedily effected in treaty. The point in the feels so bad; that you tannot Dixcoverv It seemed a* though I wan gettiny f Havens Block. DeLand Florida. I
matter IN; that a plain business policy wor e. "With the next two I was feeling ao |
DeLand. Florida. your Appetite Energy, Strength and of the Government. ought not to be dent It with jour flutter tips on the thud will iliad, I could do mv work and be real jolly.'

Vigor. Watch how it brightens the Is either Hour salted too heavily, .skimmed With the next two I cIt like a new being" ..... .
settled by a partisan vote; that it is ........ _.........._,.------- -_-. _,_..-_.--
spirits, give. freedom from Indigestion Dr. Tierce's Medical Adviser in -- --
QR. U. D. BRAY I not patriotic to make politic: out of. or cooked too much. On the otlierhand. paper .- .. - .. .
I and DebilitytIsaac liionUs covers is sent free on receipt of at one-
the businef of the Government.. The If the rind 1 upon pi ensure
( Ava. Mo,. writes. Sept. cent stamps to pay expense of mailing FRUITS AND FLOWERS. I
South ha lest a great deal by not or docs not spring buck readily when
11)00.r'I .
10th ) In bad health I
DENTIST. was only. Address as above. BETWEEN MINER
\ had stomach trouble for 12 months, standing by ti-ls rule more than it lias. the nnger Is withdrawn this. Indicates: '

also dumb chills Dr. J. W, Mory We have allowed too much sentimentto an o\crsoft article caused by the ,slack Rolling ground is the best for an second Block.
Office story.McLaurlne : A Renioilr For Snake Bltw.
prescribed Berblne it cured me in govern us in cur party treatmentof cooling of the cuid or a want of ncl<1. One Killed and Another Fatally In. :

COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. too highly it will do all you claim for Our representative must have some and will "go off" as It ages the exploilu\ : tilp of an orchid liuntpr Butte. Mont. Jan. 4.Samuel Olson tree should be cut off and burned.
yOLUSIA room for individual opinion in. voting nnmi'cl Anilic; through an unknown
It. Sold by all druggists.! had been instantly killed\ ; Prank Dry. That a tree doe not bear well every
and supporting national business part Vencrupln. The party met '
Admitting, however. tl.it If Senator An Uuapprecflatlw Llntener. with torrllilo and val, fatally Injured and ills foreman, :year I Ie not an Indication of disease
hardships privatIon
S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, Taliaferro had been Iu favor of A well known lawyer whose flrst. and only about halt of them got back John Penalum overcome by gsa In Most effective pruning t* don In the

Manager. Actuary. of the aud name I. James has a brother n horn he \ of the orchard'
the plan using surpi, to ilvllUiitloii, 'Jhcy were In continual what appears to have bn a clash be- early staves growLOne

even of having a surplus, as Insinuated : visited III tely. His. brother has a dlln '<'r fl'ol1snllkell., nnd the native tweell the Ama1.amated.o.ppar comunnv advantage la pruning during the

Abstractors of Title. by Mr. Stockton the little cimidon daughter used four years whose mother rcnmlii'H\ tIm only om>s nt hand were 's mines from the! Pvonaylvanlamine summer 1 I.a that tile wound heal veryquickly.
IDA W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand. Fla. the Senator's Democracy that ta.- bad lectured 'her a few tiny before .
severe ones.. Ono day Mates Ilamliez, operating In tile Mlabaal Davlttpnperty :
magnIfying glass of his accuser detects for telling "stories. The Ian'jrr. thlnUli. -
HOWARD one of tlic niPii walking through the and miners from the Barm Dead branches are often the mean
ALFRED is brushed the sunshineof
away by ." to entertain the little' one took heron
thcrtrntb that he put himself on :\Is knee and told tier two of his lest jungle. wn bitten Just above the ankle name a Helas property addoinln of conveying decay to an otherwise

< by snaki'. Andre, suspected that the The miner healthy trunk.In .
I record aa being opposed to those very folklore: tale.. liistend of being cliiifin- n Pennsylvania were -

SURVEYOR financial I schemes of the Republicans ed. as ue expected: "sim. never .smiled. bite wits not polxonous, but Mateo was gaged' In stopping passages through a pruning roses cutting: back cloaely;

DeLand _.:-:_ Florida whlfh-: > .,BtCJiCktolJ! II'lve.! us to understand but when ho had finished slid fioin, Ills In mortal ton, 'or ;anil allowed his friendsto 4.)01' from their up-rali Into the produces, a. a role fewer bloasoros,,but
that he,' as a true Democrat milijoit him to a remedy worse than Hehue working to prevent the blasting of a finer quality.
knee with .1 solemn face and ,going to
would Tula fact ought to
CITY ;SEAL ESTATE OFFICE OF satisftblsioutsIde oppose.) ) aspirant. This her mother .laid.: 'Mnuinni, Unde Jim the tllsoiiRe, Throwing him to the sinok of tlwminars creeping In Never prune a tree nnl*** there 1*

charge, therefore, was a false alarm will go to the *iad place! sure He hat, ground they wound n strong creeper and drlylng them from their work good reason why: a limb ,or branch.

WARD I There la always a bit of fun created Just told me two big tol'I"1':01180';: > around hilt thigh until it cut Into the when without warning,. the*. wa tdefenlng should be taken off.
H. ; HeHu and then Iniinud the wound with i
.Then; art a great many hungry heartedjosueu when you look at a man whose gun City Journal.Pur.ly. crash which blew the door A moderately\ heavy soil that bal been

Agency of the UadinirFire Insurance who would attend a' b vrf; sal I. if goes off wben he did not know it was 1Il'e coal until the patient shriekedIn front Its place and crushed. the Urn nnderdralned and obeolled and then

Company of America-The Aetna. babies were ever offered for .sale because ,Ioaded, If tb. man is still alive.Flrtaa' Con vvntlannl. agony Chewed tobacco and crushed hers I carefully worked I I.a capable of producing

w "' City property a Specialty. there are a great many wives who love "Agatha." said her mother "I don't Killiu: wt'ii IIft<'I''III'd rubbed In and !Sheriff: Quinn Is now making In- tile heaviest crop of fruit
No 803, Boalevard. DaLand. Fla. eUldren anA have been told by phy..ldu ,Ilk to hear a daughter of mine; tell the \omul bound up. Tho snake bite *
Great The
a iblU'! of their own. people who are always nagging can't bear Aunt t'ckOd, yet when ninny dnyg from the remedy.-Les of raners are 'vr rough t ,u. to 'a hip Falcons, hawk*-th* largest petse-

HodgkinWagonSIiopsDeLAND: ; L BOOM of theM.women who, have used ,at HeurylFlagler are either idiots she the other day said.. lie's Monthly ,degree. '
I)*.fiaros'a Favorite Prescription for the or political, hypocrites. Mr (FlaKier came you ." ., ___._. can. comDrea their feather andicovery .
Low 1 to youT:
'Auntie glad am tee
slim If think te
they It
e.of ills have been made ,
womanly Florida
ha done develope
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T Poor Chl .
FLORIDA. ,: happy mother .. a result of the cure ol than any dozen men In the state and That wasn't. n lie nnimiiin. answered Wit. do so. A* to the owls' they can hump
the BackAre A Chinese wife Is not exactly
'womanly diaeaaa' and the building "p>ol It I. reasonable, to presume that all of : Agatha. 'TbotVOl an' exclauiulUon. Pains in to be up Into any position they think most
Everything In .Wagons, Juge les, the tMtalhMlth.Doctor ."-Chicago Tribune.: ,envied for she la under the authority;;
ff> the money ie expended developIng suitable., It 1* ,n**!.**. to look Ice these,
Carts etc. Manu/acturlnf. repairing symptoms of a weak, torpid orstagnant of
not merely her
husband but also of
Pierea'a Favorite
Prescription of other
Florida) ,fpr; the ...beneflt elf preserving trait 1D.8117.. of ,the
done at my shop in the very -sk.. weak women"" strong ao
beat workmansh Known. Only tint.\ well. It establishes regularity, E> Interest on theinvestment "I married for lub tie fust thus" said liver, and are a warning it Is extremely jquetto gives rules which show, pretty for th* bird ar. *o accustomed to see,
and fl
class men employed, only rat- .
class work turned .out. All guaran- tries and weakening uioantioa drain and, \heals cure inflammation femal r.wansanyUaag.butls: ; is always !JEbeneter Snow "but dls tlm' I mar hazardous to neglect, ao Important ,Clearly how utterly subject a woman Urge numbers ot people passing) and,

teed. fUlo/randcan, ,always bedepended glee for money an' don't :you ferret It." la a healthy action of these: organ. ,ls to her mother-In-law.' Her* are a repaaalng or itandlng .la front o( them
done* peD, \0 dQ the proper thing at, the "Tour elect bas liiisshut" few of them:, "When mother-In- '
Horse-shoeing- a specialty, and money, Thoy are commonly' attended by loss that treat the whole natter with '
,--- -time ....to rot InfbroMjviouuro acoper tlm: "J 8t the other\ day whe law. 1U suould :
:you her
while you wait. ttM .b meaMaaye' >enJohn ; died atMiami'! of energy, lack courage, ,sometimes perfect They ,
Mall order solicitedand 'WalrOo'.lIpped ely. DTyd.i. M ,wa* troubled wfthJ "Yet, sub.. Cut girl has no .loss dan order quickly. Bis\ early: 'la the morning I I '
w akn .a and palaui. Raoalwd, a.....r ,t_was Hemry: M, fUgleat who tea der.- by gloomy: foreboding and de-, a certain Urn tbetr rood will be n*
to any part of the State. !*_ Doctor Fferec'a th. .eo/hi to con. $34.78 In de savin's bunk fir abt and opea the doors quietly, taking I I
: .rr: =r -ar:1.: lid u *s privatecar i Brought them, and that they are ether' : Ljj
>..> ( Htdlcal Db- the of the dead chieftaiqtto. ,,bowed me ,de book." Detrol t Free spondency. car.to make no noise to waken her.Hasten .
_.-y.' 1 took O' bosU .T-K- *rev remain* ..I had In back could not sleep wise perfectly saf. Then the raptor]
SCOTT: UPJQLJL.... -riadttfcd U did k a.. .their last fasting place in Atlanta. .m-. pam my to prepare. her toilet artlcl; in a wild slat* have a bleom on theta
W*:_gn.wd low jr W5 and h/"chllol": ; ".; tf j....listen for.some political nonde-, and when, I aot; up-in-tbs morning felt retire. and prepare for tea.Take: : It to I r *tf,
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ew loa _f th..t our noun U "'"-1 l wllk a worse than the night before. I began taking her plumage Ilk. the b.oaro.. en a. banal. o. *;<''
Notice. lie bby M Mi ISuWt1. by "TolldicaM'rmeVa.BbMi riPtwto'el1., "that it wa politic Bad Attavk o' Fmralrfl, Hood's Barsaparllla and now I' can quickly and cheerfully and then gnp*.. which.. DOt oftesi *.e awbala'Dtlvityv I
,.., _. ?, that actuated the' ,great benefactor. Oenll"man-Voll cun't work' on 8e.- sleep and get up Seeming rested and able: to arrangethe breakfast table. Place the CornhUl '
: f MagaaJn
Notice I IS hereby w.. 'that six: ; mnntbnvfterd \ "lu '"*II,...,.. -...'. .I Such ,outbursts of'' .demagogulsmnake M>unt of piirnlysls; Nomwnse. !; You do mr work. I 'attribute mr car entirelyto cbopstlck straight bon.tile rice oft : %.

f. lowl't- *' the Tribune 'feel foe Its" gatlIogJun.arnpa look itrong ns J do. Hood Sarsaparllla" Mas. J. N. F.aav, and let the .oval,! '..be thoroughly done.Prepare I Good !
n work ,I of ;
190) $. I will my .aoUaooonnt Administrator lhtB. tit: Pierce' Common 8nW Tribune ear H. S. Copelaud, Pike Head Ala. ; not the price a't. ;. j
of the *sUt*of O'om KLaardon >.. Medical: Adviser i* cent A" on receipt: i Tniuipnvlb, : ye.ses.loss.; It's pt'aIyais the meal\ ,thus\ cartfullj| thrice ticket to heaven but the. proof. of the *

S to lb. Vounty 4udg ?< ypoi. V0*" ctf stamp tp par exgana*;of maDIng! fIn

-p-. ,". Florid., and a-k A'ra last dlscbarAa 8M4 stMd. *nl stamp fix Lbs boold Uiftg I Tpa men who:,.an? .t p-drinking1! ., and fills great; OIIII!||dmr| ..&9sIeep.ppri.tithe[ P.opl.wlud.cannot.eudere: cbtldreii4 ,...1\; \ ./

such adm'nlslrator.' IMMd this 11th4s1oC *maa, for the cloth\ >b.n,they refTeady usuafly-ytpbc-( > .. ,.. 1 : bed, when ah. may: v.lf.If..n the home will And tieaven .
11108- 1 or.watampe; ; iauM. there' ? <::, fn 'the Care kidney and live Voubletnnm ; f! w1 ; ,*a_ ''''
IMpteDlbe" saJoon .
ad : are no ,, r ..
,&..PI ii' nILIfMnhIrtOr .V.--, : ..;. There la no place quite| MI dry n that f ou majr retire. to your room. unpleaaan$, '" q,,,
krav.-.BamS Uorn. M" build the whole svitem rlact'f' ,: :
", ( 'J'.y. I, II'" whore a river used to be, the baclk.and op ,
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, YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. The State Democratic Execu- Prohibitionists and socialists ALL OVER tIlE COUNTY I Daytpna.

I FF F FI tive Committee held a warm ses- will hold nominating conventions I :* ',' if t> ...

iion'at Jacksonville last Friday: with the purpose of entering their ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED "TO Ernest Brobm,'of",Port Orange wai r f fi fk

Kutwred. In th.-''..,.:.offlw ateoond PeIA\Dd."I.\.. .. 'an } many of the statesmen made very dark horses in the presidential THE RECORD( OFFICE BY ITS :in town Friday. t, ILS
fr .. Olass maM.r.5 .- t'\ .j .;rt CORRESPONDENTS. The public school will bet'cloewl on e '
':-' ;; 11 addresses on party questions com- campaign. The more the Thursday' and'-Fiiday n' account of r
J" L -- the automobile races.
lng"before it. Frank Clark. made merrier.It .
7 B. B. PBE' .T'l', Editor Proprietor. Judge Stewart. of 'DeLand: was seen
the speech of the occasion to ex- Pierson. on our streets last 'week, shaking hands
is a far cry from Alaska to with his friends. .
clude Barrs candidate for con- many i '.f
Henna knows how.to shuffle theca'rds'and'get Hawaii, but both of these territories Mrs W F Jlbbs and little daughter
'the trumps.' It is gress, from participating in the will send delegates to Chica. John Dartls of want 4 In on the sick made a short visit tofrienda and -relatives Don't Be .' .
work of the campaignas: a member lint with badly" sprained ankle, at Titnsville last week. FooledT

not'a bad deal by a good deal. of said committee, but Barrs go. Filipino and Porto Rican Prominent merchant of this place. Miss Howard bas organized a' dancing : Hi. ..

There'' are' S, full set of candi- remained. The committee named the will constitution.now stand up and try to read Mrs Annie P Gunter, went to DeLand Tuesday class and 0 for-Fridtoy children.afternoons! It meets" on Don't' be fooled by advertisements> of Wom n' '.shoeB

dates already. 6ut for the county May 10th for the' first primary, Friday lank Miss lanthe Bond who ia now teachingRcbool which are "Sculptured or Statuesque.U.sp. a Rood;
Mrs S E Lemmon of Burbevvllle and ; at Ponce Park was in town
honest Saxon offices over.in.! Orange,county,. and June 7th for the second. This William Jennings Bryan is Miss B freen of South Corolln visited Saturday:! and Sunday, visiting' her parents : ,. "

gives" tl e'ca'nl'idates about 00 .I slated for Senator from Nebraskato this place Monday There's, the point/;

Bob hopes.that the 'their clairxs tothe I' Little Orval and Gladys Peters have
.JIcNameo days toO present : succeed C. H. District, republican Mrs J A'Wwle and sister Miss Bessie There's the rubt
willlandhfm ; both been quite ill the pant week but
laborvote safely in 'democratic "oters of the
whoso term expires Darns ot OHteen visited their>1 parentsat they are better now and are still Improving -
Congress from the First District State about two speeches in each thin place Sutnrday. '
I Match 4,1005) and whose escutcheon There la one shoe that fits. ( :.
: county. The campaign is now hus betome or less Mr and Mrs R II Ashley of tills place Messrs Claude and Hallle Heston left
: Hea'rst's more last week for Uobe Sound! where they "
"W. R. business manager > : That Is "Queen Quality
entertained B J Durden of
it will be aa guest
practicably opened and
stained by the bribery incident. have employment.for tbe remainder of
the New York American. Palutka and
on Saturday Sunday the
politics every day to the date of Several. ex-candidates for the season
gets $50.000 a year, and. his chief thE{ That reliable agent and telegraph The ladies of the M E: church gave a Buy them if you want to
pri m ]have been in the Sen-
presidency waffle at the 'Armory( Monday
editor $40,000. operator, W J Braddock of Lake Mary, supper' see your foot look a full
he constated of waffles
evening menu
Ex-Secretary and ex-governor paid the north end a visit Friday. maple'syrup, coffee, cake: and Ice- size smaller; if you want +.

Mr.Bryan will publish a daily The I latent hot stuff and turnout was cream Jt .was well patronized Bud to onehalfof
Charles Foster member of spare \
"edition of his Commoner in St. a The Washington clerks are ina tbe horse tamer's drill Monday. morning quite,goodly sum was cleared.
President Harrison's cabinet, heap of trouble. The Cabinet at this place: by Capt J J Bishop. Mrs Piorson and Miss Minnie Pierson, your daily fatigue ; if you Boot!!. : .- 300.

Louis during the convention. "All died at' General Kiefer's housein mother and sister of'Dr Pierson, the want to own .shoes that will be Oxfords, $2.50.a .
has decided that must here- Mrs J A li
'will'be treated alike." they Yftrbrongh lying dangerously dentist, have beeu here on a visit tbe
Springfield Ohio on the Oth ill her home in week. constant delight because they Special Styloi' SOc Extra.
after work seven hours a day, in- at went Pierson. pant They are now making a
after Ex- George Kerr, M D, is treating her trip through the southern part of the FIT accurately.
eating a hearty case. .
Daytona had a big crowd to supper. stead of the regular six and a- State, before returning to their homeIn ..t color oyolet.
Governor Flower of New York Mr Charlie Miller of Astor terminated Virginia. Over a million women say this.
take care of this week.> They half. The clerks are indignantand Do not wear branay.
a week's outing here with his friendJ '- -- Comment is .
died from the The unnecessary.
over'the same cause.
there from all point to the in which
were way
A Harper Sunday, returning by Orange City.
late General Gordon died from .
country to 'see the automobileraces. their distinguished chiefs waste steamer

acuteindigestion.. Over-eating the time of the government, be- PAter Pierson! wife and laughter of Mrs Taylor has gone to Seabreeze'to FOUNTAIN'S.

has. been the immediate cause of ing present at. their desks sever- emit Pierson paid friends in DeLand a witness the automobile races.Mr

It is now believed, and hoped, the death of one'-of our presi- al hours a day less than the law visit last week. That bright cheerfullad Carbdrry of East Walpole Mass

'that there will be no war in the dents, and of several of our cabi- and Eugene kept George on deck. has a nice orange grove east of town.A ,
requires, going picnicing Cussel was the guest of'The Trues
far East. Russia: and Japan. tare net ministers. Men, have been around the country and stumpingfor After a bony absence of two weeks last w..e k, Hole lion Eastern" Penn "

,about to come to. a. mutual"unaer- known to drop dead after eating their in violation. to prospecting in south and west Florida sylvania.. : _.._..__ _____--- .__ __ ;. nO

standing. heartily at Delmonico's in New party Cal E A Farrell retnrned to his homeat Mr and Mrs 'Andrew Carberry nnd ":"\.-.cc.cc.cc.CCC. ; ; :. : :.c:.c:.;.. :..:. .:::;..:.:.:.::.:.cc... :. :. :.c.:. .
the civil service law of which this place Friday via Tamps son Edward are stopping. The Freeman 4 ...._.t:...._. ...._ _. ...._..... ... ... ... .. !:' "

; Atlanta haa been selected as York. After a certain age is the President has been such a Rev E J Warner, the faithful pastorof House. f 'f'
7; Wednesday i.
one" i Supper to night ( ) at .
reached must be Never Before
the location forthe..milliou.dol- very care- strenuous advocate. Clerks the Lutheran church at this place i Trueu for the benefit of the Congregation ; \'! jg

lar Presbyterian -University. It; ful what' he puts into his stomach threaten to get even by "soldier- went to DeLand to conduct divine church. "J '

Dr. Sam Johnson used to ing". service Saturday and Sunday:: last. Mrs Lewis' house in the valley has at ry O Have we carried amore[ (ill
will be the greatest educational last been the of
make. Boswell sit late with The well-known business couipletted except top !
institution in the'Sov.Ui.: I' up turpentine the chimney.Mrs m Complete Stock-of m?

him after one of his gustatorial Henry B. AnnUii. operator and owner of Turpentine City, Slater and daughter and Mrs .
Capt D F Morrison, received a large. Bullock, all from Attleborro, MUDS, are n
feats for fear he should die if belay FURNITURE
Senator:, Gorman, of course, In the death of Mr. Henry B. Austin, atch dafkej'S last week from :N C. stopping at R M Tncker's.Mr f u 9D f fm
': which occurred at big residence at this
holds aloo from the senatorial down. and Mrs Newman of Lansdale, mEverything
; place at:3 o'clock last Sunday morning/ Jake and 3 E Smith have
contest in ,:Maryland between DeLand loses one of it. first settlers and Pa, are stopping for a few weeks at Q; for your home-the latent in style-the best ft\
more experience than John saw keeping the Palmetto Cottage.F that made. We want to take throiiffli.this. depait-:
i* you
I Wilkinson Call is in the Senatorial best citizens He was an honest man, ; if''
Smith and. Raynor, both demo- I /good citizen, and leaves on this earth store, pot wrestling, etc, while Mrs 0 Graham met with an accident ft,. ment of our Store. You will find the pooclu you want and] ,
crats. Either is good enough for fight to stay, and he will not an enemy. Smith is attending her sick later Mrs i last week Thursday, as hie horse ran tl at prices that IJ\

be a factor in the contest. Most Tbe faneral services were conducted Yarbrongh. !.away and threw him ont and broke his W
anybody.. !m 1 CAN'T BE DUPLICATED
the elbow
: from his church, Monday morning at near joint.
of this strength will be drawn 10 o'clock the Pastor and Dr. Carson That bright mason, Mr S E Lemmonof I. Miss Massy has bought out Lewis h f) ""11"1".11"1"1.1. .

The delegates selected at the from the Stockton forces, and officiating. In evidence of his worth to Barbervllle, represented Volnsia Young's livery stable property and Mr mf

considerable feelin "already ex- tbe city, the high esteem in which he Lodge No 77 at the grand lodge meet- Young has taken bis teams and gone ji Undertakers and Embalmers (
convention at f fi
State republican was held tne church was crowded with down on the Indian Riverto follw the f
last week were ists between these two candi- friends and DeLand people, and the lug in Jacksonville( last week;, Major R same business. '
St. Augustine
procession to Oakdale was one of the J Bishop of Eldridge accompanied him i Full Line of Fine Goods mf
instructed to cast their votes in dates, formerly warm friends. In There will be an oyster upper f 1Jow.
at DeLand. The
longest ever seen pall
the national convention for Theo- the mean time Senator Taliaferro's bearers were Messrs. G. A. Dreka, Chas A pleasant gathering of young people ell baud by from a dance DeLand Fuby will lira furnish The music.string !f Always on hand. jtln f
about fifteen, met at and celebrated -
A. Miller. E. H. Hayward, C..to. Kirk.
chances will better and For tbe benefit of The LI brary Associa-
dore Roosevelt. grow R. D. McDonald and Chas. Spauldlng. a happy birthday anniversary in '
tion. A cordial welcome to
it is ubnceded by many that he J. F. Allen & Co. fnneral directors.The honor of Miss Amelia daughter of Mr Tickets only 23 cents. everybody.: n J. F. ALLEN & (X m

The Florida"republicans pro- will be nominated. in the first people of DeLand join the RecordIn > Peter Anderson at this place) Monday Capt and Mrs Paul, who were the m -t
to State ticket- an expression o( deep regret at the guests of',1 he Trues .a short time'since
: put a primary safe Jennings evening.I
pose up by a majority. loss of Mr Austin, and extending sincere and who returned to New York are

simply to keep up- an organiza is cutting a small 'figure in sympathy to the bereaved family. am requested to announce in these expected at The Trues again the last" of ------
tion''ad'they"have no possible the campaign but Cousin Henry B Anatin wan born in Charles. Items that Rev H S Miller, the faithful the week, where they have engaged ]
town, Indiana, Feb. 83, 1830: and had
for the
balance of toe
minister of this circuit, will\ in rooms season
>chance pf success! and the nomination Willie to give him lift when he he lived would have been 03 years old preach
Mr Edgar Holden, who with his wife
.next month. the Methodist church at tills place the / I J\ICDONA.Llj'S
,is'simply an empty honor. visits the-Statein and mother have been the R. D.
: April. He moved with his parents to New first Sunday in February at I 3 o'clock occupying I
Albany when quite young, and wag In the afternoon and 7 evenlnaTh Knox cottage, died lust Saturday morning I
multiplies reared in that from con umptlon. His remainswere General Hardware Store
city. \ :
Theeighijenjerprleing! gentlemen Evidence that. all
; I He enlisted and .nerved two years In undersigned tenders friends and sent Noun and She family left on

yhogave birth to the Parta- conditions! have,conspired and are the war, being at one time stationed on neighbors thanks for sympathy in my R.I.Monday for their home la Providence

,tma republic, have held a constitutional conspiring to make a larger c6t- Sugar He joined Loaf Mountain Centenary, in signal church service when lad bereavement and for the many acts ,- --- Complete Line of everything in the Hard- i

convention.' Several ne ton in the South and has bean of kindness shown and assistance rendered -
production ex- quite a young mar. connected Enterprise.Otto .
Line in Stock all Standard Goods
quadroons Indians octoroons with the church ever sincn during the illness and, at the ware Kept ,
and advisable. A few
groes He married in Iboi Six children were funeral of ,dear little Francis. J B
my and right. Best Line Cooking and :
mestizoes and Chinamentook years ago the probability of cross born of this union, three of whom preceded tinulsliHW., in Kirchf, tax assessor, .spent Tuesday prices .
hand. him to the glory world. Three remain our village Heating Stoves on the Market.
a the eleven million bale deadline
ing two tons and a daughter, to Charles Williams, a Turpentine City Mr Schneider, from Red Wing, Minn,

..was regarded; with consternatipn.by mourn his loss. negro and professional scamp, charged. In .mopping at the Arc d..
The' trtfckers down :the EastCoast"have"bVen !! ,the. farmer; today at the He came to DeLand in January 1870, with assault a d buttery, WH.. arrested Prof M K Bussard. Is with no again at Bath Tubs and fixtures installed, and bath ,

t : : Iiard'hit b y the )wind-up of a phenomenal cotton and this was place.one fie of was the. early greatly pioneers attachedto of with a dozen, witnesses and brought before violin tho Arcade muslo.. : Everyone enjoys his fine tubs, fixtures and work guaranteed. Let me I

destruction of the tomato plants, season, the possibility of producing his adopted home, and never caredto Judge Jim Codes court by thatkeen Mrs John Thnrsby. and son are spending show you some of the elegant bath r rooms I I
return North to live. -eved Depnty Sheriff J (I Cede Frl- a few, weeks in onr village, visiting ,
of them
or' a large ypei ce4iti by ds ]high: as. 12,000,000 bales is He has been in failing health for d"y." The case was compromised and at her father's home have fixed up in DeLand.
frost. But.they.will repfantfrow many months, but the last three weeks
not-giving the producers insomia. had been critically ill, and in such a all hands retnrned to work: Ten of the Arcade guests spent last

seeded buds, and will be in market -Atlanta Constitution. nerveous condition that he cared not to About twenty five couples tripped the Saturday. ia DeLand aud were very Plumbing in all its branches.

in the early,spring. see his friends, but he bore all his snf light fantastic at the swell masqueradedance for pleasantly dinner." entertained College Arms "
fering patiently. never murmuring, only --
An exchange says' that every anxious to depart and be at rest given at Seville Friday night last. Tbe ladies of the Catholic church will
The country fsguessing whether Merchant Jake of this Rive and dance the Brock '
23rd comfortto at
The pealm was a great Harper place a supper
or not Mark Ilanna will be a candidate paper in the State should publishthe him in his last days. He repeated it with his friend Charlie :Miller, of Astor House February 3rd. It will be a very DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty y' Works

for president. ''This"uncertainty fact that. burnt corn is a sure time and again, especially would be attended. nccompiinied, by these three pleasant affair and Proceeds every one towards will beglRt .
dwell on the verse: they cauie. go .\
is giving lWosevelt'1igreat cure for< hog cholera and adds : "Yea, though, I walk, through the typical pictures of luvabla charms and moving and repairing Choir church J. T. CAIRNS, I ropl-, and Manager
"It was; discovered by a distiller valley of the shadow of death, I will exceptionally pleasant young ladles: Kotlce. .
deal ot, uneasiness, a.n.JlE. {fn Illinois. 'wa fear no evil, for thou art with me. Thy Miss Carolyns\ Pye and Miss Nella DRESSED
It thrown
Mr.'Ilaiina'mus'siiow'hishand rod and thy staff they comfort me," A supper and hop will\ be given at the
says Munn, the school LUM"B'ER
popular public teach Brook House in Enterprise on Wednesday
to the hogs and eaten by them. He was amongst the first to organizethe
; he must either: fish or. cut. M E church in DeLand, and took er of Emporia and Miss Mary J Harper, evening, February lid, 1U04, for the AND ROUGH
b : f.-:' Before that 'number had great interest in its welfare. He was the attractive laughter of Capt Frank benefit of the Roman Ottholio Church

,f ( .q ( 1.. been dying each day of the i for 30 years a member of the official i Harper of this place. The boys report of that place. All come and hare a Ceiling, Flooring, Sldtng-, 'rumtngSeron; Sawing, Moulding1,Window anu
board, and ever an honored member gOOd tilUD.! Door Frames Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned torch Columns, etc.,
Although 'the, Cramps have chol'era'but; U1e'disease immediately that a'l' other ent"rtalnwent" of a MRS. A. 8 DENNISON.MBS. )/ Shedding, for Groves and Pineries. S' 'Craten and liux Material a specialty;

been'forced out of theg're' Philadelphia disappeared.. It is so sim- who He started was the this last of little the craft male; members all have like nature fall in defeat beside the Louis KOESCHE, Contracts taken! for the,erection of any kifid'of'a: building. "

him the other side. Friday niuht inusio and hop get about. MliS. H. F. QUACKENBOSa.MBS. : .
shipbuilding 'concern, ple a remedy.i that it can easilybe preceded WM. B. THAYEB, DELAND FLORIDA.
Thus a good, kind husband and father quick affair.
the 'senior *Triember: of th6 old .tried."' a good, citizen has passed away, Committee.
In west Pierson at 8 o'clock Wednesday ..
'f .
leaving an aching void in the home circle ; ; Meeting
Cramp/wiU Confederate Veteran
company, 1li afternoon God's death angel visited
The"republicans'of the State and in tbe hearts of many friends.
remain. with, the new companyas --- the quiet and peaceable! home of Mr J The members of Camp Loring, No. BOND LUMBER COMPANY.
roetin: contention? i in St. Augus 1338, U. C. V.. will assemble! DeLand,
B Bradshatv, Senior and there took the
an adviser to the president; ..
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E'la., ,
Death of Dr. Chaodoln. Tuesday February id. prox to > -- ---
receiving. : ag."pf." $2Of000ra' tine last week and decided to I News was received at DeLand last. pure spotless angel spirit of the little attend a regular meeting of the Camp.U. Will quote yon prices and supply yon from their yards near the''depot at DeLnni
put a ticket in the field in each Friday morning of the death of Rev. one year old Francis A Bra
i year. I congressichrai.t'.district, and. proceeded r W. N. Cbandoin at his LaGrange, FI...', of J B Bradshaw, and passed. his dear Adjutant. Commander. Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings Turnings
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Gen. ''Wood;allowed toJ make the following home that morning. He was probably pet to its heavenly home, The sad ..
; gamblingat tbe oldest Baptist preacher in Florida, '
burial took place In the J H Purdom DO YOU GET UP .
the Jai Alai game in Havana. I nominations for Congress :. First and wn. last February, elected president cemetery near Eldridge Thursday in SHINGLES, LATH ETC,

'b "hab- district E: R. second of the Board of Trustees of the the of of &Lumber.. Building and Fir Brick promptly delivered! anywhere in the c
In deference| to the alleged ; Gundy; John B. Stetson University.. Th. beanti presence a large company WITH A LAME BACK( ? ; ,

its.'of the people ;;,\and.now. the district, J\;:M.Cheney ; third district tel baiUing. Chaodoln Hall dorm has friends.caused Toe untold death sorrow of this among gentle those child -

president of Cuba has vetoed the ,, L. W., Ware Later on tory Mr. Stetson at the University as a young. was ladie named for who knew it. The dear companion Kidney Trouble Makes Ton Miserable. .. .... .. .... .. ...t. .

: lottery bill on the ground that a they expect-to put a full State him wife and Christian mother preceded it Almost who reads th. t'
.. to heaven just eleven montna ago, she everybody' newspapers -
lottery }js a.corrupter, 'of 'public ticket itt the. field. -- passing away at their Highland Park Is sure to know of the wonderful i E. W. BOND Z CO
"I) r home. Friend Jim, the sympathies of lU'I curse madoj by Gr.KIMar's5wemp ,
morals That W
president to
ought the whole Pierson people are extendedto \\ -Root, .. ,
; be promoted.1jLj The cotton growers of the South The Auxiliary: Society of the Colored father's household and your the great kidney liver ,'
i .. _. _.._\_,_.".j __ : will put,in a large acreage of the i People a Forward Movement will hold. 1181 lour your sad bereavement. Yon lj t.and bl&ddorremedy. Manufacturersrof ? .:!,:' f.I,. -
its Annual Meeting at the Colored Industrial know, Jim, they are. only swapping -11 l' B It I.! the great med4cal \ C '
J Radian i ha.*' been found<< J."richdepositVj'quijiaj'TexaV'and. fleecy staple this year. 'At from : School BnMdlng, on Tuesday, earthly homes of trouble for heavenly ?Hj triumph of the nlne- '| Orange Box Material, Pineapple'Crates, Peach y

a t in 1?to 15 cents,'its present selling' Feb. Btn. at half after two o'clock, for homes of peace, rest and joy. 1 ]][} teenth century; discovered '
the election of officers, and transaction after yean of I Crates Orange andp each Baskets: Straw,
.Utah..:\\i1oientiat' claim that the price, the,.farmers of, the South I of any other business that may legitl : Two most welcome visitors spent an I scientific, research by ;; W
.of tI''' mately come before the meeting. A outing of two days 11 this place last. J Dr. Kilmer the eminent '| Baskets
disoov iy- radium is mostimpo'rtantJdi8Cove'ryvroiq will make The berry etc.
money crop fall attendance ia requested. week on pleasure ani bnv'uess.! One I -_ kidney and bladder y
that *<* ******
hustling able law 41
; medicalstandpoint harvested was attorney at '
a 'was large 'one but
5 a ; I QRACE W. HAYS. specialist; and is
,' Major U M Bennett, of DeLand,. and wonderfully successful In 5 Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Ariy- ,
: demand Cor. SeeThe promptly curing _
: ,\ of >th'.,> present the now is for a twelve- Mr I Dangharty, u stockman of Sea- lame back,kidney, bladder aria add troubles .

cent ryr"'In'" ,the! ,use,' of'radium" million bale erop, and it is hardly growing o celery in breeze. They arrived on the afternoon and Bright' Disease,which.ls the worst | ,where. 'a'W
V I the Men- train They were taken in charge at (orm ot trouble.Dr. .. '
: kidney : .
tbq medical profession sap a. sure probable that it. will again, go be-. wood section is getting to be quite an the station by a delegation\ of sons of Kilmer s Swamp-Root .b not 'reoommended I Address W.

remedy. hat"been found ,for 'the low'lO cents.W. Industry there and It promise to be Confederate veterans Mulligan guards for every thin g but If you have kidney ,I J.
of'clnce q quite remunerative to the growers.S. Major Bennett being Civil war Confederate liver or bladder trouble It will be found S E. 'W. BOND & CO. y:= '
< ? oSlr!: : > ... ... ex-officer. The lads took themto lust the remedy you need. It haa been tested ,
.- R. Hearst, Congressmanand all points of interest, including the :In In W
;.. Reed Many of the growers over the county Bishop, Jones and Lindstrom muck land ao many ways. hospital work.In privatepractice Lake, Helen, Fla. W
.,.Whether.; :J&enator' SmoptMt. editorof: the _,New York the trees among the helpless too poor to purchase ;;
are already fertilizing
I orange and '
clearing gardnen and to Mrs I O relief and hu .., m
.repabl *mot Utah shaW, retainMdse ''American i stands a good chanceof for a full bloom and a strong spring proved so successful In .1R11 ''
:.. .."... i Hughes'dining room table, loaded with every case that special arrangement has sa FFFFFEaaaaFaaFFEFeFFaa ett4csxr, fFaysi .,.ii.E
largueti't efore'ttla ",,1 receiving the democratic nomination growth. splendid chicken and rioe; their' to PeterPlerson's been made by which all readers of this paper
_...." t I J table well stocked with sweet who have not already tried It.' have "
"'I""' 1J tteQ 'arWashing., ,: for President. Five Western'Statesman There are many new faces at DeLand 'taters and 'possum; then through his ample bottle sent free by mall may also a'book a : -' 'pipe i fitting;; !""" .rooimg Gut;;c'

.... 1lII., proaeoutiot. 'charge : already solid for from the North this winter, while manyof celery farm. Call again brothers, :yon telling more about Swamp-Robt and hew to '. .
been are always welcome to our very best; and out If you have kidney orbladder trouble. .T17 ECCLE S" ,terin| ? apd spouting Pumps
I'' that Bm ot'qkdejof: and ionjthlit'tb' 1 h ,IQ.. ,He: "hu been Mri Bryan's thoae who have spending the your next visit .hall be attended by When mention .
writing reading rfcd wells and tanks
past winter here,. are with as this J .repa, : made
polygamyyof eik'thought financial.backer and the Nebraska eating yon upon our reviewing stand, offer in this paper and >V''

i1'O; R .l. tw t ;he','l siafesraanj: will, doubtless be Jear., -S.-- s where" while wa'station we parade our and"distinguishedcnesto line up tho Or.lend Kilmer your is address CoiBingliamton to- ii|| hSJS 'Tinsmith & Plumber..1 -,w ind3-iO'> order; Satisfaction Repairing guaranteed.* of all &

...*Ii g found favoring Hearst'* nominationit An Interesting California letter will Mulligan Guard, who shall give you N. Y. The :
!if;' .SOa1i J I( :,r .I I appear in next week Record from Mr both a genuine Pierson "hannonr watchword "" jr cant and ----.-- ,, -
1; : ,. ,>v..1,,., !, .-,:.--... ;,:to t. :Lrv1'HR .L"...;" ';,,' St.'Louis.., ,' !}f.C. Austin,.residing at LoeAngeles. reception .- s &.. sold bl w I p04. ? .Shops next door.;;west.' .of.(i bank' ,'Indiana Avenue.. ,

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: : : Roses and violets at Kosecroft, West
3feM $ gy Rich Ave., DeLand, Fla.,

;; Mr. B. Mlnuhew. :! was at DeLand "
;,i:;. from the north end Monday :III
y) aflEfljoz
,_ Helen Prof.was J. in Willis town on WestUke Tuesday of Lake For 30 Days

,! Mr. R. W. Rawlins was at the county .

e 1 l! Wbat you eat? Mr.seat and from Mrs.Lake L.Helen H. Roberts Tuesday.were in I Will Give .";,sari,:

town from Orange City Wednesday.

If not, there Is something wrong. "Chase A; Sanborn"'od' a rackageIs" disagreeable Hloks 'predicts weather considerable for February rainy Off on '
the same ma U. 8. on a dollar bill
If you do, we can Increase ,your -maker llgood.Chium Mr. J. H. Purdom was at the county 4 .... ; >.
pleasure. If your food does not A nborn Emperor Black seat from the north end Monday lust. j'
and Green Mixed Te pnta a. good Mrs. John Sauls and Miss: Sauls were
agree with you, change your ;filet taste in the month 40e. at DeLand from Enterprise Tue dsy. TRIMMED AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS .

We have food for sick people food Chase & Bsnborn Formosa Oolong Mr. and Mrs. William Laws were In '
'Q-alckenl the mind stimulate the ,
town from Orange City Tuesday afternoon :
for weak people, food for strong nerves.; ,utritlons, harmleaa,. 40o.ponnd. Off ,
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people. We sell PURE FOOD or C. & 8. Hang Keo, packed in 1-2 Hon. J. B. Conrad Rod Mr. Harry on
from Olenwood
Andrea were in town ) .
back. lb. tin cans 80o. Ib,
: :: your money C. & a Old Java and :Mocha Cof- Tuesday.

-1'1 t"4',: TEA and COFFEE G tee, good enough for anybody, 8Bo.ll Workmen have began on the "addition BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
m # to the Webb bourn' on East New
:'i C. & 8 Our blend aroraatlo, tlinnlattng !- York Ave.
."eht.a' Cause more comment at the table than nnrlsblng, 80c. Ib.O. Me srL J. B. Odnm and S. D. Peacock Reduced Prices on Heavy Dress Goods and
& S. Seal Brand, fit for the were at the county seat from the
tto everything else, and when It Is so easy gods 40o. Ib, north end Tuesday Skirtings:
Geo A. Dreka Brand; something I The Rev. R J. Carson will preach:
to get the BEST which goes much further .. good. 25o.Arbuckle. at the First M. E. church next Snndny I
lreA Lion, eCO,, U yon want : morning at 11 o'clock. All are cordially MCELROY

and makes the cost very little them. ,,invited.
Small good* of Rn.llInd. ant a.
went to Palutka
Hon. J E. .
have the meat variety of ready to serve goods,
more. Evehouaekeeper can Tuesday to attend a session of the com .
adopted to light housekeeping
mittee for the Second CongressionalDistrict
ches, etc.
pleasure of'hearing pleasant comments, All the choice preparations for oo

sick and convalescent: folk The basines men of DeLand should --... ....
etc. petition the railroad! to put in !a phone'! _- ,
Sweet and Sonr Plcklea, B*Wee,
at the depot for the convenience orts
1s 9.a' "Ii Mnstard, ;eta.bweet .
fixed: Pickles. 880. nt. patrons. : Political
FURNISHING S1fls Sweet Gherkina. 83o. qt Mrs.\ E. T. Gross has let the contract '
Imported presarye Ginger in. pop to Contractor Clake for the erection of Announcements. Trousers
a nlar packages. a handsome home on her lot on West
KITCKEN GOODS, -g Mixed: Cakes: and Crackers,. always New York Ave.

1k V"\j 0) fresh.Choice Judge McCrory has appointed l a step- ANNOUNCEMENT head Cards will for be j rm:

LAMPS, CROCKERY, Carolina and Lonidona grand son of Mrs Jenkins as guardln charged for at the uniform rate IL
Ilf. riceFrrah of the unfortunate lady and to look of 93, with the exception of candidates i
fruit and vegetables '
f. .er her Interests. for County Commissioner e&k&k' I
Rolling beat Stetson at the hnsket and. School Board, for which $::1) beg
tIfi ball game on the University (grounds will be charged/( the amount in
. )?t Baskets Oil Cans. eCO Tl'l1aks, Snit Caf"i Bage" etoWe want yool' pat. Monday afternoon, the score being U to all cases to accompany, the order : Cuff anbBottom
Harness and stable supplies Feed. Hey. and Grain. renege and we feel that you could not know" "what we 21 in favor of the visiting team. for insertion of curd. :
." fIJ( In Dry Goods Department new" arrivals. from day td have unless we told yon and for that reason we give Majors Brenna and Kingman, two
I/f day, and we show many new and exclusive fabrics and our etory from week to week.: You'll always and every jolly and prominent winter visitors) at -- :
t' '-'w, patterns; lota of new onus, added to what you have. thinK( just as represented or your money back. Mall Orange City were at DeLana Tues
seen, orders have careful attention. day and made the Record pleasant tails.Mies New Florida Sonvenir Postal Cards

.; WE CAN OaT UP A COMPLETE MEAL ANY TIME OR FURNISH A BANRUET : ( Grace Howard resigns I her position at Brill's 80o per doz. Some gems at 40o
IW in the Del-ind postof ice, taking the dos I

effect on the first pro*. Mrs Hibbard, :Mrs: Ella F. Schaefer, from Boston,
G. A. DREKA & CO. for the present, takes Jibs" Howard's Is spending the winter here with her Some new ones
i place. untie Mr. J. J. Dan,R. s' for
Spring .
Rev. Addyman Sjulth. pastor and Mr. George Sell! has been appointed .
'itf! 'PHONE 77. Prof.) G. P. Carson lay delegate/( are at city sanitary Inspector, and by order of
Tarpon Springs. attending the annual the board of health is making a general:
r %. r conference of the Methodist Episcopal Inspection of all premises over the city. Price $2 to $5.00

church. There will be a debate at tae Audi
:Mrs. David B. Hargreavep and little torium to-night between the'law Bto-.
'-'; '---'C: fIi!!!.:!,_._. _. -f-----! daughter came down from Tallapoosa, dent side and selection from the Oxfords.
on one
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. and will .
U.. lost Saturday:! spend a literary society of the University on the
( month or two at DeLand She l la the other. I'unnma, will he the subject., .
( l mew Store & & guest of Mrs Capt., wood. This entertainment is free to the pub

m of Paris lic.
/ l rilE IMPORTANT: NEWS ITEMS!! OI Mrs. Llda Fargerson IRussett
is at The Oaks for the season. On Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon, who( spent
T THK PAST WEEK. nrday evening she was the guest of former winters at De Laud, will arrive AA 1 ant>
f honor at a social entertainment at the from their Brooklyn home the first of
t: mew (Soobs home of Mrs. E. T. Gross the week. Mrs. Kenyon wan Miss BlackNew: [
1 ili Local and ......1.', Itms for til. P.opl.'s I The number of season guests continueto Bertha liarelle, a former student at

., i T)> Paper-BrUf Mention of Pant a. increase at The College Arms. Thereare Stetson, and is remembered by many "1"1'1....''''..,
considerably over a hundred there DeLand people.Mr. .
J if'>t Epergtbing>> tbat's goo& to !
2at iN teed by oar Report.r. now, and it looks aa if the house will be Sam Fitta formerly of this county Styles
It f can be found bere luy practicably fall in the next week or now deputy clerk in the connty Coming each
l' Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.Pit clerk's office at Miami, was here the LiL J

N 'f'nA share of your patronage |Is earnestly solicited. U/. the new game all the rage a1 t two.Mr.. George Futrell, an old DeLand first of the week visiting his slater Mrs.D = week ...
- I Brill's, boy, was here the first of the week B. Paxton. He wall retaining from ,
I m, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bond were In from Lakeland. He is still with the Jackxonvllle where he attended the r1 Leathers j
+ town from Lake Helen Monday. Atlantic Coast Line. His family removed meeting of the State Democratic Ex. Patent ;
('f' J. to that place last week and, wills ; ecutive Committee.
H. \f' The prospects seem goodtor: .a fln< $4ob *
(if'I f\ I' crop of oranges in Volusia county reside thero. Capt. Amos Duffey Melrose accompanied by \\jT: $3.00! :
About half dozen negro/ men and women Mrs Dnffey ia at Hall lie
T year.Mr. from Yemll8 were bound over arrived from Huntington lud, the latter
Cleaveland Block .
Henry J Clifton at the
'I. ) of the week. A he Dull Leathers
ty seat from the north end the first 01 f to keep the peace last Saturday morn part year ago tRLnt.rtato t
ing. They had been in a general tnr bought the Rutherford place, and, grove ,
-:-::.cc.'c.'C.....-:. :....:. : _:. fI'fI'fIifIo.C'.c-c--! :; ;C-'CCC_. :.........:......_:..e--....: '!' the week. moil down there threatening to do two and' a half miles northwest of the $3 i 3.50'
Judge Shires, brother of Judge Shire I violence to one another.Mr. rlty At that time he purchased on I
_.. of the U. S. Supreme Court ia at The, and Mrs. Chen M. Klutz left speculation. It was before the freeze

t...........................................! r College Arms. Tuesday for a visit to New Smyrna, one of the handsomest places and grove
Mrs W. D. Heebner and Miss H'!eb Daytona and other points on the const properties in this auction, the crop of I
ner of) Orange City were shopping In Mr. Knrtz went to that section of the oranges aelllntf for about Ij$,jhtlll) every ft memeckwear
y ONE: THOUSAND y yW town on Monday. connty on official business as Game anti year. Mr. Duffey proposes now to hold t.w '...
::: Dr. Bennett has shipped from bill Fish Warden of the connty.Mr. this property and is to make consider'able -- ---- -
it, and to take, the
improvement to
Kentucky home Lexington, a fine
.w. w blooded horse.Attorney C. W. Rlplev. the past eight best of care of the trees for he seen !
winters preceding the present, managerof what good thing he him One crop of AT FOUNTAIN'S.Photographs
a .
Chickens W Wy Oeo. M. Robbing of Titus The College: Arms, is expected the
W and Turkeys fruit from It will repay him very dollar ,
vIII DeLand the
was at first of the weekon first of the week, and will spend several he has put in it. He owns a fine In
w legal business weeks meeting his DeLand friends. He
diana farm and is a gentleman of push
The February term of the criminal will be a guest at The College Arms. and energy and is. delighted with De- ..
y CANTED W WW conrt of record will convene a week Mr. Mat Ziegler Is preparing to plant Land and the country surrounding, it. ----- ----- .-
From Tnesday next. quite a large acreage in vegetables thin He made a big bargain In his Florida '
w The Stetson Cold Storage received a spring Mr. Ziegler Is the largest truck purchase A.l'
: :: shipment of pork for curing this week er in the county, and sells and ships -- .- ;
l W from Marion connty. vegetables to market every month in
At the Market on the corner. We W the and Is making the industry List of Arrivals College Armi.U .
Mr. John Boyer of New York spent year

Ia.W W Cash prices only for them W WW several days in town this week visitinghis l pay.Did Manko, I'lilliulolpbla. ; It U Mcf-nll\
pay friend Oscar Davie you know that the "Rival" peach lire Helen New Mini" and MrumlMianblto.| Son Oviisjo: : II U. THE FINEST WORK IN ANY STYLE YOU WANT.

::: E. L. McBRIDE, Manager. There will be considerable building/ 18 the finest grown in Vola.11toOI1DtV! Uxveihlll Jegns. Yorkj; :I; 11 Newbergpr. Suvmi- "" "" "" "" "",, "" .
Wr going on at DeLand for this year. The that the "Excelsior Is the most profitable nub. ; 8 U rlllli.Inlti".ncoln, ; Win C<.hen,
building boom keeps tip. plum that the "Admiral Schley"pecan ChicagoV; W Hovnlon. Cleveland; Air We have some beautifulISTOVELTIES.
"ifFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFKFFFFFFFFFFFFtf Is unsurpassed T E. H. Hayward and Mrs C l'Uo\t t. bilailulpbla; 11.,1\1(, ,
. Mr. Edward French one of the first baa trees of all these and many other linker Minneapolis; .1)> IteKKs, Oi'lnndo" |
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settlers of Orange! City, in the grove kinds for J 1' Itead. New York.I; W Ta\l"rIbicntio; ; .
A little party of three left this morning At the Churches.: business there wad at DeLand.Monday. you. I' M Aldriteb UMioltAC; Itn.kl, Balti
for DeLand, FI... They are wise Presbyterian Church Sunday morn- Young cabbage lettuce, onions Col. Sominere:! has given the dance more; U 8l1YII'ukeyJ.I!: Hurt, New York
in getting away from thu pinching lag: "Ood in His Temple Evening turnips, radishes beets eto, are some hall at The College Arms to the young (1"0V llaminoiul; Itulilmnie' ; :Mr and Mrs\ In Burnt Woods Water Colors, Views 'and
weather and going to a land of sunshine dancing people of the city every Thursday .1 I I 1) Merriam 1Vheelng: / in
and owers. Mrs Benj 8. Stiles and "Modern Balance" and the doctrine of of the fresh vegetables sold in the De- evening The Colonel proposes thatour Loils; A J Brownitoston 1 ; II :Spitz, I Decorated Goods. Better come right away.
Foreordiuatlon. Friends and
strangersare Land market. shall meet the guests of the Mrs 1..011DOt.scb.. Itullilo; :Mrs. AgnesPlntner
Miss Gertrude Holiellinaer! to people NEAL'S STUDIO.
are spend MISS
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cordially invited to services. Itnlianus\ '
commissioners New York a month with Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. The county and College Arms and for them to pass ; __ ______ -
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Bnbnnus,New Haven, US Uvnin Canton; -- -- --- ---
the school board will meet here Monday with him. :;;
Mat bill and Willis Q. Bishop will remain many pleasant evenings ; Mrs M 'I I bi-
The Methodist church South, will be aud next In their :Mrs J U Krulilor, Enterprise; .
until summer. Mr. Bishop has favored with the first quarterly visit of Tuesday regular Tax Collector Perkins Smith who .s.., Cl-velnml; ; Anion' Schneider K d ---- -
not been well and it Is hoped that the their new presiding elder, Dr. Frederick monthly session. baa been at his office at the conrt house Wing; harry t P Crook; U..ltlnv.ru-Mr. and
., balmy air of the South wilt be beneficial. Pasco January 11081 lIe will hold Mr. and Mrs. Lutz father and mother during/ the month of January for the W L I'.lkins: Miss Ilst'.i,. New JIn>en: Mr
The party left with the hearty of Miss Lutz who Is attending Stetson of collecting taxes for lUUt. and Mrs Plall, Asbtal>ul O; .Mi... ilenuM CO
conference with the officials of the purpose &
:Mr and Mrs O M htrtnon W. A. ALLEN !
I Cp;
good wishes of many friends for a safe church Saturday evening 7.80 o'clock are at the Putnam, arriving from will close] the office to day. If you havenot ,Miss MitKicle'fampa| hlelenn.l.ansdsle!; Pal; h: U
return and at the same time take with and preach Bnnday nt 11 a. m. and 7:80 Wabash Ind., Saturday.Mr. yet paid your' taxes yon can find Merry Knltimnre W )) WeiUUerfiirU.. N V ; J
them the greetings of a host of Tncker- and Mrs. Bosaetter him at his office at his home at New
p m.:administering the communion after Ap were Mr suit Mr h J Ceilings; Laurel Springs.
ton friends to Mr. and Mrs. Uathia.Tuckerton. .- the morning sermon. Yon are cordially over from Enterprise the first of the Smyrna. N J: Miss\ Ullllsple Hiss I! Uutea, 1'hiln- Druggists and Jewelers.Drug's .
S N. J., Beacon. Invited to heat Dr Pasco., week to attend the funeral services oi f hire. Geo. B. Wilber entertained the dolphin; It A Yockev, Jacksonville; W i
S -- the late Henry B. Austin. Cranford Club? Rt Tha College Arms looker K IS King. Aroadia, ; Mr and MfO <
J B Bllnk'"t' ouin :
P Shlras, Dubuque I ;
FOR SALE. St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Sun A touring automobile car passed Wednesday; ; n ll.'The game terminated Bert Fish. UeLuncI; Harry Jenk/IIK./ pbl' ,
day, January 81st: 10 a. m. Sunday through the city Monday, from winter at 10 o'clock, after which a line oaito; A 11 Apperson, Atlanta; i> lI'\IIJ\ r.lIummunllsport. Stationery,
High Grade Pianos Inquire of school; 11 a. m. Choral service with Park going to the Daytona -Ormond luncheon was served, consisting ol f N Y; Annie Turners Buffalo
C. G. SELLECK sermon; 7.80( > evening service, bench to see the automobile races. bouillon chicken croquettes, lettuce ; Miss Meyers, Jacksonville/W; B Huyler's Candies.
DeLand Fla.For witn address. (The electric \light is now Hon.) James E. Alexander .returnedthe sandwiches ping-pong punch angel! \Viohershara leLantIll, N Y'."; Mrs VVIokhnm W A Not Allen M and A Kodak Supplies
In in front of the church.) Prayers food and cake. child ; / <
use, first of the week trom Jacksonville, (Cnchernn MlsuC/ooheran, U S Army; John Florida Souvenirs:
..,. S.--- every Wednesday and Friday, and where he attended the meeting of the Mrs. E C. Jenkins, who]bas resided Buyer, N Yt; Mrs US! Turner, .Miss E W
Chief Saints' Day, at 3 I 80!( p. m. Meeting State Democratic Executive Committee.Mrs. at DeLand for a number of years was Baker, Minneapolis; Mr ami :Mrs F1 A MoIiuuliln. Toilet Requisites, .
of the Senior Brotherhood Chapter E. Williams and her daughter adjudged insane by a commission be BrocKton) 'Mr and Mr. 11: M Marsball .- Dr. Mellette's Remedies
\" night at 7. Meeting of ChloagiK. A JloAfer I,11 Skipper Watches
every Sunday tore Judge McCrory last Saturday, ancon ; | |
who last winter
A nice home furnished spent at DeLand '
nicely or can
Brotherhood Atlanta H Davis, leLand Jack Morton
the Junior every Friday Monday a nurse came and took her ;; Clocks "> i'
be had unfurnished. Nine acre grapefruit arrived l lest week from Elyria, Ohio
thirty acres in trees night at < 80. and will remain here the balance of to the asylum at Cliattahoochee, The
grove orange Jewelry
I her mind Is of recent date and
trees bearing. Peach and the season They have rooms at Mrs. losing
many trees. desirably located per'aimmon Mrs. Margaret Messing! an aged woman Dr. Mna on's.. her friends hope that the treatment at Louisville.MANN'S Silverware .....
Property who has resided at this placa many the asylum will soon restore her mental
and in good condition. A short die years, died last Monday after a brief Mr. and Mrs D. & Baldwin, of faculties She has the sympathy ot a Cut Glass! .
.} 't tancewest ofAeetson Will sell at a illness. The funeral services were held Davenport, Iowa arrived at DeLand large number of friends at this place. Optical l Goods '
bargain Call Jld'inspect this property from the Catholic church Tuesday last Friday. and. will remain here the for
or address The well known Alligator Joe, as he is Salt Sick Remedy Fountain Pens Etc.
morning the interment at Oakdaln, balance of the season. They tre staying .
known White
MRS. LENA NORRIB with Mrs..Baldwin' cousin Mr. E. known in Florida but as .
Messrs. J. F. Allen & Co. funeral .
Tiger In the West, was a* DeLand this Cattle at
.: Stetson J'Ia.'J directors A Blackman. week: and gave" performances of his NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
Mr. Charles Webb, the printer who wonderful physical strength, bending)
learned the!,, art la DeLAnd printing heavy iron rods with his teeth and FISHER'S DRUG STORE

FFaFFFFFFFFFFt1........................... ...{ 'offices returns., the to past DeLand year this at Angnsta week to Oa.take, He hands also and crushed by striking stones them with on his his arm.fist ,. .. .i.iWi

charge of the night shift at the printing .
w White Tiger speaks nineteen different ATTENT1ONFYOUR
Fresh establishment of H O.. Painter & Indian languages. He was dead broke ..
Co. and was making his way to St. Augus-
SI' ::r Hon. John E. Stillmaa., collector of BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
i1.. elW the port. at Pen aoola, was shaking tine.Miss 8alll Morgan a prominent 4

Dates, 1 hands with. his DeLand friends lat society belle of Lexington Ky., will be 'J. r

; W Nuts and c' -5 Saturday convention He attended.and the wa State'* made republican the February.guest of Miss Mrs Morgan E. T. Is Grose at presentin during FIRE INSURANCE! Fiction ; ;7'

W chairman of the republican congressional Washington, and of her visit to the Latest
: committee of his district Is solicited by
W = ;; capital city the Lexington Democratsays
The Ladies Guild of !St.:! Btarnabas : :"Miss Sallie :Morgan! who is
RaisinsFudger's had a pleasant afternoon with UTS. W. visiting her brother, Mr. Brooks Mon OUR AGENCY :
C. Cannons Tuesday enfag, last week gall and his wife in Washington, D. C., '
at which meeting the annual election writes interesting letters home of the Operating at For the Holidays.FISHER'S '
w 2 of officers for the ensuing year was I charming social time she is having DELAND AND VICINITYAnd .
held.. A dainty.collation was enjoyedby Besides the numerous teams and card
.,, ... the ladies' last week at .... i :: ,
..>.<- 1 c W Inspect oarBAKERY. 5 parties, she was a guest which represents only Stand
W Mr. S. Lee Weaver of Chester, Pa.. one of the beautiful receptions givenat and and Thoroughly Reliable
11 I = baa been the guest of Tudgw Stewart the White House Mis Morgan will '
W the first of February .. DRUG STORES J
this week. He ami the Howarth broth- leave Washington
fresh Cakes Pies
.....' .J.- y Lota of nice band. era own the grove oa West New. York for Florida where she will visit.. She E. L. HON ''f ;
..' and Bread always on ,
W Are. known as the Honeywell grove, U one of Lexington's moat attractive ,
w one of. the fine orange properties of young girls and is much missed here Agt. ;,
: ... 1.. "' 7".U..t. *!,'H..t J.n"'J tbH section' before he freexe. during her visit." .. t. ," .

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i'' wttM: ( mured" I LARIA & I P ,kT.LANT1GiOk.T: : V- LINE

."( ;Infected Air .

i'I celtful. ; la not confined exclusively to'the'-'*.mptl" The Great ifu From Florida'CQNW

.. is soul of regions of the country, but wherever there is I IhtougtKJar{
a human I
insidious Joe to health is found. Poisonov
weed flourishing best in weak .I gases from sewers and the musty ail'p., _.ft' .

lungs. Like. other weeds it's hare siasm laden with the germs of this miserable ieu..1! i. { : .

while breathed into the lungs and taken upby,the To: East t .THElATLA OTK) COAST.LINE! via Charleston Rich
easily !
destroyed ; }
young of the Then
transmitted to every part body. the mond and '
when old sometimes im to feel out of sorts without ever suspecting the 'Washington.The I i

"Yes ; or appetite dull headaches, sleepy and
possible. I known completely energy fagged out from the slightest exer.. To West! 1 Louisville''& frasbvilla; IBMontgo: lf.ry.

sniivSr the fruit depends I : Strengthen the lungs as you and Then of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling fltJ The } The Mobile & Ohio-. tt Ma Montgomery.

upon would weak land and. the fine In the disease progresses and the blood becomes'|( .'_.. : !" .."t_..h j

; PotashOranges .weeds will disappear. awer poisoned boils and abscesses 'and dark or Via. Savannah and OjeaA\ Steamship Company for New
appear upon the skin. When the poison i in I To East York. P iladlph'land! Boston. I,
i \ The bestlung- fertilizer is and the microbes and germs to multiply in t I The ] Via Norfolk '8teanu4- for N Y., Wash. Baltimore.

1 atworb" J urge qmtitltles of Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork Liver and Kidney troubles and other serious complications often Via Havanvah: unil Merchants & Miners TI'lu'hl*>rtationCompany I
PfHanh unit Ilia <.,rch, .r.1 l Bli,.uiKl, "bo ,.,. Malaria begins and develops in the blood--,the treatment to be, Via Steam hip. I flpr |5altuuprtf and Philadelphia., .
t 1 f' iilciilftlu-il, -.I l.y .a coinjjklo fertilizer)"iLl.\\ j J3 good too,.but.. it js very hardto ;! ble to your of effective must begin there too. S. S. S. destroy ,t :

in. P.Ha h. ...... digest. the germs and poisons and'purifies the polluted To KEY -TVEST
.; fw-.I..or..cl.'lfl-' r"A Ourhooli. "My t 'Vi.. PENINSULA '..Ati.HA&A. :
..... iilfilMiila' ..i,1| I lu-imiutnl'' (.i'UOIU any The time to! ttcat ghum blood and under its tonic effect the debilitated
< : V. : consumption r OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
-.w..r44pl.Sort'm.: II' ? constitution rapidly and the is :
: :: known system 1
;),. Jr.... '1'.10.W1rW.'". .%".... .,.....,...'e'f '' is'when you begin tryingto .dol. soon clear of all recufer&tea. .depressingdisease.. .i. I
-' "*'". ilroad, ri. hide it from yourself. parent/T is a guaranteed purely vegetable", remedy mild pleasant and Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 miles of the principal ruilv ay .
of the Southern States are on sale by the pelntlpal! H gents..for .
Write if advice
t\. -- Others see it, you won't.Don't and us you want medical or any: special inform* complete information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent, or address
,r ri : : c- I wait until can'tdeceive deep your case. This will cost:you nothing. "rbrougli" Pullman Hluoper, l'urt lamp! tve.... York, vU Atlun'lo' Kimt Const Line; I

___ WbG. ..w... ..It._ ...." you Star. TilE SWIFT SPECIFIC, COff, JUUtTA, 64. alec via Atluntlo Coast Line and Soutbei' llnilvyaj".

% Bahtae and' lingo .were the lust of yourself any Jonger./ FRANK C. BOYL8TON, Commercial Agent, W1D. STARK: Traveling Puss. Agent

-Irtbe, great men whose Inspiration was Begin with the first / -- 130 Wast Bay. Street, Astor Bullying. ,Jacksonville. Florida.

i,%4nan* and -who did not make llter- to, take Scott's Jl. M. EM ERiON:! Tr.mo Manager W.J. C114.IG'General I'amongei .igeiit

tottIt'I(;" bdtwho. were literature. Bala.wrotugreat All Wilmington North I:.rolln n.
story"at a sitting it really consumption so and nil Passenger Senice to West andNorthwest''VIA.
will .
much theJ.etteryou soon Kstnte
alttlng hat lasted for eighteen

AirthalTwhlle- lie wrote, for forget it and be better for the preivnt "JI .,

Do him secretary and all that could'.while, keep he pace lived with on, treatment .If it .is consump- This date.. AND FLORIDA. LIMITED. j "

black coffee. Then he slept fan;thirty. 3iov'youcan't: expect to be VesttbnlB Train of Pullman Sleeping Observation, Library ;:$1

boon. Hugo wrote ..nernanl..ln a cured at once, but if you will and Coaches: between. St. Angnstlne and Chlc-Ago.: o/% rilhI

month and we can think of Balzac anil. begin ,in time and will be : A gllsllne........F E C Ry . .:... ."7T20"n>
Hugo as we/-thlnk of the great Vene.ttaii Notice ( F H 0 Ry 8:2i"> a m I br1m" cMIc4caq I 2pil I.

living In the glory and) exultation rigidly regular. your treat- ilffiuil! I ..AOL RR.4.v.1.... . .... 8:40am I .ew" I1ORt I oI .
of oo'nstuat creation.. Veronese must nhei-ityorwi.l.wm.. ; JuclKPof ..' .. .ACL R R . W:57: p m ;._ .
Feast tratrlx, I (j 8FRy. ttinlpm:
bave Improvised "The Marriage ScottV Emulsion fresh air ,' ."( l OofUatty) .. ....or...i .:0'1( p m I \ \hGwR I
.t ()ama",with extraordinary. case andI aiim l / I .." C nfUR 6M p m io'
lIke tcrthtuk be painted the Immortal rest",all i you can" eat all you Jl .W&AKK ........ ...1oapm .57'10U13. #NWD ,
fiddler In morning acJ went out In 01 01.! ,,, I .. ... ."W & A K R : pm 1 ,
a can I
the and .
s treatment ii'ilitii'il' I .. N U) A At L .11:0(1 p m __ our
bis gondola In the, afternoon thinking . .. 8:10 T
that's the best .treatment. 4lciiel) I .NI1"t\tLHy. .o a m ,
be bad done a fair day' work. That heiwf ... LAN! KR 8:40 ii m 0' *
was bow men wrote and painted In the I. ; ...... ...LAN ft 14 7 :1)1) a m

I great times before science beckoned We will send youa Doted' '. .. .. .......... .. L.kN RR.......,.. ,..,. I 11IlI.. la
I them away from tbe beautiful.-George little of the Emulsion I Louln ._. L&N RR .._. .+., .H*. lidopm: ?
Moor In free. .. E" T 11 lEft 'r r.7-:7.{ : ....'. 8:18: a In IARR.hVC
... *. I Haute..E & T .,-. : a m
,, B. '"J'II' :IM pldara" i it laths 4etIoo : :e Haute V.BrioBoll, .. and III. A... I t _ form b.l k 1 on the. alt. t0",\ .C E I B R .;. .4 ::10 p m
I Oa one .occasion Bluuc-lil.! the noted I %:nppr ol Ve7 bottle ol.1I A I) I ( I '
I' teach_. "went on the stsge to see Brlgnoll. MS i' ," ; Train is the standard of perfection in service. For ,
SCOTT & BOWNE I leg(!,,ti I, .-. ..: passenger
the famous singer whom ba i>la.. ) reservations and other information apply Ticket: Agent F. E. "a0c ,

I found pacing: an- and down like a, mad* _ Chemists chars I, St. Augnstine, or Atlantic Coast 14 le office, 1V8 West. Bay St., _e4IVMJAh1u. /
man. hummtSg over his part. v C 409 Pearl St., N. Y. TljU I Fla. .?. .va:

"Why Brig what Is the matter with SOC. and tit; all drugflsttv Adl 1 CI .
I yoaT Are jouj Derroua'?! ',he aaed.I I .. Zro

"Tea I aut}>er oDa": wag t&<;!Veply a>l !! 41WitrLrn' 'r BLACJVIu.t
I tie walked harder and faster than ever. A POET'S ALOOFNESS. Helen I $4
(I "Bat BrIg. you ought not to be nervous. -I : : : : I Foe ._- 4VAC 1
Th. M_... In -Which Wordawort*. neon d Not Drink SAVAJlJIAlf
Iya! beard sing tbe part 200 ; ,
Wiu Usra.ril br HI NclKlibara.' written SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
ttmos. JXoavl ;you sing It thirty. yearsMO. The worthies of Wordswortb's village e. ate 11'

I ." f In .tlie lake qountry of Knglaud' given to PURE WATER ? I J tJ

should Thirty! jeara: ago much! Who" are'you that bad their own Ideas of bis value as a sold me. duly Orange/ City Mineral' Spring Water, N unsurpassed In purity, being ......nCBBIlIP" -
knpWju' maD and a poet. When questionedafter Land { free from organic matter and, possessing mineral p-open lea
"Who am IT You know who I am... ..
August, beneficial oases of kidney "d liver Iro-ible.
blsj deatb to his
as personality RAILWAY
I and. I.know.who you are." : .. water has received flatterlDK. endorsement from such wen as Eras- .,,#{D/lVlUE. .
they reudll7 admitted that he was kindto
"Very know.'What I am. professor of chemistry. Helnlt, College Beloit Wisconsin one. T. c
am'BUI.wall; you those who were In sickness or need. This ) beat chemists in tbls country; J. B. Ogden, director., New.o York and !
but I do not know what
you They could count on him on a pinch. WASHINGTON NEW YORK I ASHVILLE and I
I you sUai1it3oiiwlah I will tel. But be did not hobnob with his Notice Boynton Cleveland' Ohio writes: "It I. the purest nrlng water + ,.
you. You are n fool!" neigh- der : to me 1 am using It and recommending II to others. It only needs and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
bors., of to convince anyone that IL baa, no superior as a tahle water." ,
",'He did not notice them much," said people have visited. Orange/ (;|IIY hv advice o< their physicians for CINCINNATI. CHICAGO :THE LAND OF THE
: AFA4T .n old 'man In answer to questions police !! | .<-of testing the Mineral Spring Water deriving KMat IwneUt from {( SKr'.t
I' t' son. I J :! The water Is drawn rrom a subterranean Spring$ 117 feet bel'>w the The. NORTilsand WEST.... !!!!'4lThe'Sapphire Country.:
author of "Lake .
asked byttie Country .0.12II \ I
U very palatable and altogether! the Best Water 'lu .be .found In tbs
I.ABOJJ't 1HE4"QLUES"What !? Sketches.A bat tiled x.e D..I__ Car
JLMU! Crow and an auld blue cloak boa .Orange/ City Mineral Spring Water received tbe only diploma at tbe Pw11' ... c.... .s.t.,.
la known. tiie'"Bluea' waS his rig. continued the old man braces Jacksonville In competition with many other ,display It is 0.. A..I TI.. Th. B....
| | bottled and sent out the City Mineral : (Company
by Orange Spring
occasioned"' bYactuaJ, existexte..C'oUdltlon "And as for his hnblts he had noun situated ,, attractive bottle. For further Infor- ::
in in oases of(12 half-gallon
.ovraJlC.JUf VA.IlVW.Ar.H.
F. CART. Dttrfct .
I.... but .In thtnts < NIver know him with a pot I' bis hand Nei It'M., ( ,address loa 'w. ftaLas Street- Jcxoowvtua.Fi.*- l-UuncM-* *.

>aorly| of caae* by a disorder, or a pipe I' Uls. mouth.", 'Range mX of 2U | CITY MINERAL SPRING CO., W.A. .-.r.T._..Vaahkxuii. D.'C.- s.'H'. HMoinc-. P.A.,Wuhan_ D.C.

UfEq. : out After: deep- probing the author brought The BULLEN. Mgr. Orange City, Fla. V.. H.T-, A.0. !.,\.. ,...... c. ,-,

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Yes: Wordsworth was fond of a of
Hume : 4. .
which b deivoastratod ,
,4* may good dinner lit times If you could get tltlunle T .. .. 1-- .. -
byJfrylng a >irs of} tax deed I
cj Um to It. 1'lIatVu.. the Job.
tC li'eh) A. I for Tax Deed
Tlu-ii the poet's aloofness was again Florida East Coast Ry. .
/ '>D 8 Chapter 4:b8., UIl'1 .
touched upon. Ibla. tbe ) Holiday .,
TItttS'PiIIsTb.y i ,;"He. wus forever pacing the roads given IhR'' M->ry A Morrison, I :
arid his own gnnlrn wulKs and always Clerk ,, .. ceit Hume S'o 21011.i n compo ll1l; poetry. He was tcr'blo 11Jlln,-. A D. 1 l"!"-, bus Hl"' l _
Notice < !..... In my nfflcp, and, bus mod: -Rt DOWN. UP.
.. throng In rlBltorx and folks ye mun der .. lax tle.d to isvuo'' In nvvonl-. "
.t..Goi-and\ rezolatethe LIVER. "kfn.j)(JAmca J>ut It Jjje.could: net awa' of I Bind, fcrlitluiKvemliriiui-atlie. Na.cc C... 2 aPaair. No. 3)Dally. t. .+ So.( 95 No. 78Dally. No. 28Pally.

T .....J lMla"ttup 'and bouyancy lo ihrlog < Ira them- a. spell- .!, bq. wits out Upon. .Ills ,, 1 / .\, properlv nltu,,ted In Exposures | PallyiJ STATIOMS.- ..Dully. .
'TIM7. bearth and elastic l : 'Wii11:: : Florida. to\\'lt: : -
to 00 i 765; ............HJack onvllla.Ar 8 .10 u 7 30p 7 40 p .
7 to U. body :'Antjliti. hc-...would l set his head a dated LI I : I >4 of n4 nnd w4! nf seW or : }? ? a ..So. Jaekeorlhle..Lv 8 U. a |.
'_ ... ( or of Sue > IB 1 222 .
"" "" laid nu)4) e% 7.orl) I.IJ1T-- a ems 7 1)0) H p e4Op .
I '
TAWIHcWBaTfl'UyE. bit forrad and put his bands tieblnt bisbaxk. : ) Ea '. 1a a :::.::::,:::: H A 1II1U1 .tT.:: I... 0 41 n 5 33 p
...And then be! would start n-buni- inca" I ,, being> assessed at the Onte Bring onl Coughs, Colds 10 l ii: pI2 Ia 040 a K. SOuth................... 11 > .. SlIp 8 B5p, '.

( lUng, mid it was bum, bum bum. and Ihlt of such cerlltlcste In tliv, at ; ; ;' Ar.Pati., ...... .. on 4 80 p 4 80 p i ii
TIj: -- go on bumming for long enough right Volusia Unlesn lIald. C"I' Grippe ancU other troubles | .s&'ii i 46 a'ss : Lv..Pa1.'tks..A. > 7(1)1 820p 0201.
; redeemed aoco'dlngto' law, fr-rn
'b down ,and back again. I suppose, ye 8 nf ttlb d ii'- '..fun Mattt, ............Lvi H 00 a
z I ken. the bumming helped him out a of >x of IHSIIP lOit- thereon on the .:1) that .can only be .i T zap i 5 00 5 tO 5 ............... 31.4,0..Ar 7 Ma I 7 ISp 7 IBp I t
30 E tiHt, .
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.. .Turn bit" otUelal signature'/ and seal' ....... ...... ..... .
,. The in the II49p Ly. .s.lIgit ....; .s.v 4 38 p .\
..... I: lrudg8I"J ,,' Joe, Al) ilK. promptly, nipped if 01' .",...:...::...=:.lNnnc" .........:. 4 23l)
It, Into : SVM'I.. JORD5TI J 1 01 Dl ..._............... lponi..................., 4 ISp
puflme! 1'ot, G"od Looker. Lucy : bud by.'Ising M SI I p a. p 10 -17 s ._.Or mond .....,..... ......I.: 6 09! it 3 47 |> 4 48p IS!
: 4'" ftom the mountain of Camden. Me., .a d (Court Vnluala county, Flu I 11441 p I. 47 p 10 M a >.ylon.. ....,. ...._,........ 4Ces\ 3 S3 |. 435p|
eQmoa.a.atory.ot..o. Ing to a I :' .................I'ort 1 Orniltfa................... 3 26 p
"Q.o I'lilludelphla mer. Ibo 16tb 1217 'a :t tap'll Ma ...:-." yrna..4 4 80 u a 3 OSp 4 ISp IP
HE ehant who has a. summer cottage In a 4fiP, ...O.k HIII..A...," 2 40 p
I'l "EWHCOI i for Tax Deed Un Tropical L.5 Iliat I 18 plt2.. fl. ...................TIIU..IU...._.. .,....:. pub'' 2 02 p 3 28p
SIMPLEST that village and who wished to exchange : :- this the "' On t S) of Chapter 4888, Laws = a 111 p 12 38 ......................Coc.."..........,.."......... 1 23 p 2 B7 p I3If
J' BEST'' lively horse which he owned 4 pitr.r .. ( .. I 2 45
EVER with a French Canadian '1 1 JO Il Ig : :::::::::::: Kail OsLile..I: : :: :::::::I: I I229P 10P 2 ISp I p .
I' L. IfWENTt a who bad; amore Clerk hereby given that Tbaytr & Pine-Appla, I I II I9p OSp !
I' "10 10'" gentle animal which women and | .."r or fax Certificate Ni> a II IP II Kit a
: Notice 3d day nf June A D., lIMit 13 p 10 in a
cMldren T-onld dl'lve.Tbe
AND .:: .Frenchman : : 4171 5 13 :a 1 0 'a 10 40 1 OOp Ill
.. '.. lId, a p n
wad willing to trade, but for some rea der )" "ite for In,lax my decu ollt.ie. to Is-ne A Tar and Wine .4I e 47 Bl p 291.MoIbourne..0::: :::::: : : '?. : (:: 10 lute U a

sonInsistedupon, repeating to tile via- wi b law. Bald cprlldealv 1.1 a sesp p ::: :::::::::::::; : ;::::::::::::: :::: n
mcicI (for that the local horse did-DOt, "look" Notice following. described. property, 1001W(
.4-i- ,...,. I Si !! ,. ., ,,,.,, .. 0Ua!
.s well (B8 the one belonging to the I county Flurlda. o-wlt i iI iI The Florida Remedy I.1! I
great 49 ,...,. 9 10 aA
the U I I I T 'H !South B 30 Boot '
( iliac
RhUs4oIphi.maa. .. |", :; 41 aHi S5" 4 CO Palm Deach.,.,,,,,,... I 0 30 ID n 11 lit I aIt 2,
: bel nu aawsseil at he data o'i f : imaob ._._ .._;., 00
a 4 40 10 .2)1) a OT I a
.&exchange satisfactory to both pti .ntlon l such certificate In tbe nnme backed by, more ,thana ie 7 U -. I. 27 ,..?.................. 9 27 I. 7 Wa
: : h parties ,-wns,estunIy| made and the ance *. rnleiisHHldcertillcnleiliiill 1 7:2j,5j5$5: i ".............
.J. Brst !tlmejthas.rlslfor's wife took the the I < according M law. tax dee I milliondollars, Florida, t!;j a 07 a IOU I. urd ale"............ 8 rll"EriiyHoii I TVlaB p I
L sIt ,, .....
,. -new'Lbrse""out for a drive she discovered Volusia' on ihe23tl day of FtU 5 841 a a I? oU. ., ,ii Cttf...... I I e 20 I nB ufiiw isnpl

fhree Times the Value of flint the beast n-u' as blind ss u East Sc)Ji JO of :!) nrtli-lrtl, signature. and seal, capital; I.ook.at the, names 8(0.11 a 401 ..Miami ......... Bon

i Any Other. mole. A few days hI ter. ,when the rasticntor The .. or Jan. A. B 1004. of the who 'lfalssdo atop at stations Where time I la not shown
SAM!. D. .JuRD HI.
of the .
met the frenchman he said: name W Court WlusU. County Flu. Condensed Schedule Between Juolcsonvllle and St. Augustine.JACICONVILLI .
"Sde liorf rascal! That bone
yon this and
VBVTHIB': ) EASIER you ,B\v.pjQd| with me for mine was law Ullo.1e; Us l compose company plo. fN..29 t NO.27 tIN.. s.9a t No.91 0to

JONB-THIRD FAStER tone, lll\iil.) Why didn't yon tell mo da; of for Tax Deed Un see .if this' !s' not asuffi, _ir. AUGUITINI. _Daily. _DnIi DollY. Dotty. .. .Nt,, Dnlly. ENton

of It nt the timer W .
8 of Chapter 4888.! Laws
; ents.Wanted In all Unoccupied; "AIi'iu 1 bin' try tell yon all ? b'm bin this the "' dent guarantee of merit.

.- ,$ '" ':'i.Teriltory. know Low: for to tcll.-.Ah'm bin say my ,Clark I $1. CUOUSTINI No.$2 01N..58 ,44 Nti. 30 0 N..73 t No. 28t

w f heeler & Wilson ( Co lior-w .was un, look, lab you horse-say I pnn-b..,given.."M'ra that Tax Wm Certf.Laws N" MTg. so HCVX. 'nine'turns. Ah'm no bin blam' 1. ilny. of.Tune. A. O.. I8UI. 1 linn. 101' St.Aogu.tlne7 as 51 1 SO a it ( CO peIope2op
'li ATLANTA OAMotice eef you no" bear. ine." Phlludelpbln In my out, ". a",1. hnn I rilA.BI.II.M! Vl.-e l'resMMioleMle, )I..r, A. Js.ksuvIlI.510 s S do s1iStOp1240pj I 1011(5( 50 p7 tO p_ 7 30p740 P
f, .edgr. I fir tax deed to I Mia In .
l'-_ __ lit!, 'I.W. 8 ,ilil ai-rtlU-at. >* em. J. J w'li'l.l \I Id':/ Vlof-Pre Com mer- The Following Are Throsgh Jullra .Trn\\ \ i
: .,lag .dls..rfned nrniM'rti, ill ulal 141.hp.eflili.. 55$11R5 YNAINS WEBTERN 'ERAIIIf -
to Non-Residents. I .. cnunty. )FlorIda howl" B W 81' ';HR y. .,' ""vu Curse Blood aad Hkla DI........ luklaf Baaiara, 2l.tp$ I'M ,outh r 3>.. On-' lint. I. ..1. sjjo.th.43 12-Southsra's sad _boat Florida Palm IJmll Limited, tNo..93 and 92-Ohloiiio. snd Klnrtila LimIted
Bt"| rruit7IbJudieIaI i Ctriiiter', (......, Htrofnn, Kte. l "hvlng n esi4d. i.t the t of sucb ccrtlHcate the I U. 11. McSl''II.I.1 1 ., > : thee. trains er. ooinpmeil or
I"Idli. In al-.dfor the (.oun" ofVolunla. III Vice.i'rciq.yIe.Jitijb, /' /' | lNav.l Jloliwlv.ly Pullmin Can awl exlni neat turn will becharxud.
? .Cbanosry.i Send no money simply write and I'):, .\ ,os sold ,CC.tlI., I Ht.ires' w _t _Day_steal M op.rsee il l on ttin trains on Which no extra or ceat faro U nlmrKoil.faNFORO .
; ( jrjk Botanio j Blood, Balm at our ax.use. :- icileenied, ncui, >rdlng 11I.Inn. W. ". Y ...II!1:II. ..._.Tb.. :M.'llw Co '
4.yI:; ,!r J: ..I.otn. .."'. fJ ') .A personal Xrlal oi Blood Issue tlie eon i>n tlie 1st day E. E. Wl'itI"r, t'.Ita1Isttid.' Lumber., !Mm BRUNCH.T0 ORANOI'tlTY BRANff.!'
'M i iTH Balm is better than a thousand print. P. 1004) "f,,' ,. JSTT2 TioTT .
: .. 1f rllll""t.. -Ilal..IOdon..healtate't'6 ,uflV_' *.'_STATIONB." Jl.P: ll'

i1.t'b; .IIIr.It :. urlt.foav4ree sample.- -; : of .fsnuary, A. T) 1 19" ILV.Tltusvlll..............A 12 BO p 4 20 nl 1. 10 s L.N.Moo. I 85 pl 1 .
pflll .11..110 cr oause, BSUb, > re l l. If suffer SAM'I D.JOHIMN, I'. Ii. DM ITH./. A's't Cashier))t%',k.of! Macllanit 83 s4LT.O.Ie.n..A U XI ai C 04i.1 It 21.'H..I..4. .Al 5 10 P
s .Utrasot! tl>4Defendant Jolsn H. 1i'Qlin.Ja(, you from ulcers eczemtrdru1a'Blood Clerk Cl cult COutt" : 11 l<0 It *' 0 t...Or.i,..I.0'y..A loSi I': a 44 OOp
c .kI1a5Is.Stunkmowa.. but t.l believed to .... Poison, cancer, eatingsores Voluila county, F... A. \Vvi''O.irltallat' and, fleet. .:.I..w. ..:::.:: 11 4A s.\r..Or, .V't Jo..L. 8a paIS'p. f
...ibIl. tll. "t.lld PtMIPN that the J1c"'ncl. itching skin, plmiflta! boila.. ll"itIei', I
:.... a JI_ 'I'qnJi"' ''' f. osr. I..... IIK..II' bone pains, swellings.. rbeusaitlsmi' I t. Et<" '1'. I\\f IIMoN.: ,.Oeiii'etj.. ... "$'.illtierL. : Suod./lts.lSlMs.l7h8 MAYPOBT BRANCr1. i'j"j: t
lInt I *LMlMFthlt, th.r 1..1,,] catrrh or any.blool; ..).\.lrle., Disease, for Tax Deed Un Ave.t.y'tri..teIN. : ; Only Bally s, NJO'tI8, : 8uI7U
III .p. e. ....,,1.... n' ,.,...HiIa 'to I P. SM I I'll. Tax ivWl..r; Vulualn'. ("n: Only.I / ..
.. .. we advise you tp_take.BotaoltBlood 8 of Chapter 4888! !, Laws (0 .1 4 4e p1 L 1'......................,.....,...... -
''' ..'''' III nil. sat* !>' .rrtant 11.11. >lrUI''': 0 l IC Etlt"rOIeavhI'e' It...". J.rk.onvlll. ........ ......a1'S
4 Barm ((B. B. B. Ii n .............. .. > w> a 4 00 P
l In ) Especially recommended I s 4 II P( Ly .,.. .. ..., 80111 Jo Ii..,.. ..ucrltt/ :........
I lhrmiion nrderMl that aid fflftndibit D. K. V. un ral Man I.I.v'J
I | for old, obstinate :; : : "! I 'r 0. 40 U 44 wt t.v.' ...-....... .......... ....... I'blo : a 5 82 p
sn. /( II (O'O..ln. lie Mild. b. M .1''llIlo-eot, deep-seat clvvnlthat( Wm Laws, nn.1II :.Aiiee.ilnw D.llr Item d U 45 S 25 LV....._.....-,......._..-.,....tliiiulit, IJ.'wh..I.' I a 7 M a a 20 p
'" r,.: Ie.iiipa> r tit the bill ntnmi.'* Ippennn ed case 91 maUjcnaot blood or skin I' "...'..".er" Tax 'ertlf Nfl W3.:: WM. J. HIU AN: tou1ly. tSuU'ltllrP.1| U(9.iJ S 46 ......................................) ,l'urt..1.Uu.IIh..I., ; ; ; v._ T 4', 3 Up
4.lj. bprora the rlr.t M-miUv.1. : p.tp1-3! I.. dl.eaae! *,..becau..SOtanlc. Blood Balm II dv nt June A. I O t-W. Ciitintl 7 DO 3 00 2
_" .le4I.r..tn... tie 7tb d.v otMalti m4ulb.oil.r.. ((8. B._BJ kills the poison in the blood| I oertlltualo In mv olU,e sad WM.. 'A.. EVA 'S PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENT TEAIWIP."jCOHNBTHH. AT MIAMI.
";-..': wi IhB' all, l l bill will IM taken a. v""r.,1 where all else falls heals I foe tax deed. t>> ISSIIH fr _
b ..fCI 11er..I.nt.. : curea ejrcrjlore ) with law Maid ocrtltloul ca..*. OINNMTION M eei *T MIaMI WintSTEAjlHAVANA. ;.

'- ., =; V. ::t. I'f. !/ i1ai: : .... irlvesi, make tftirskln the the blood rich pure gTawu anti>ia.,ath.iicli I freer.d i fo'lowli' ( .. county: detcrlh-, Florida. d prapniv., to win .Try. .a .bo1' tie, and .f Jf; .pot .- KBYWEST: SrJlPA ND 'r NASSAU.FOR' .

I .,. O. B. Kilbe most. perfeotblood ourlil- ; : See 93 Tn. 18R H0.', 44J.al.. pleaseduritf; the- ;'company I .
,., I Ccn..u" 'III ik. In Ib.. er made. Thoroughly tested.fo>' 30 P Umla I ... SVr'S3! *.?.flSiiK07.lJ.Un'! ? ** "Mon ....lna may tx to, "rrl...
E -.....-.....-. *. .-Gmta) .l -perlarge. botie'.a I I'I of being suoh asseawd certidoaM"t the in dais tbe ,or, pay /'iftJ-t, above lbs Company bold. Itself.raaponalbl arrival or for d.par l nay MIt Ia of or :
saI .(-'GUilt' Vnhllfa :drag! .C rea. To prov. it cures aaraple40toodBsJsa. Dixon. Unlessaa'doortltt .. auI..uiQuc" araIuugIh'e"a. I
S : .-' J. a sent free' byo'1Frhinjt: I redeemed. according to law, .gentlemenand: ,get.1yout'mooe "
IIIe: ::1"I'Hood BaJ.iCo.w Atlanta, Oa. D_ ; I Issue thereon Uw 1st day .baclc/<*<>Made>.only I'se' Cep" .( Clue LOCAL TIMB CARL or Other Information .- "
I dl. ell.".clb" trouWe and fve. msidical'advice I Cl.I ) I tIOl\ "SEE TMB TICkET AGENT."
.... ..,. lent la scaled letter. sTTbia Is I otHolol slgnanira: and. seal and
a.* by Trop Mfgv.Co..
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