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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: July 23, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
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t.'OLUME XVIII DEIiAND, VOLUS1A CO., FI A. SATURDAY: JULy.,23, /.1904. NUMBER 40

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.professional ( THE HOT'SPRINGS BAPTIST COUNCIL: .
g- fTISA MATTER OF HEALTH
..... --- Cotton Must\ 11.vePotash: '
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JAMES W. PERKINS, I r. ASK !HEW TRIAL,


OF ARKANSAS. .

.f.' ATTORNEY and LAW.t'COUNSELOR-AT-. .


;, 4 DeLand, Florida. Potash is an essential plant food Affectionately] Requests First
l Will Practice: In State and Federal
Courts. which must be added as a fertilizer J. W. Smock Plunging In Baptist Church of Jacksonville -- I-

a1'i or the soil will I for Infants"and Children.
AUT'& ELY
STEW ;p become ex Those Hot Waters. to AgaiD'Act..
rf he Kind You Have Always Bought ha borne the FlIJeIlIL-

ATTORNEYst-AT-LA: W., hausted as is ture of Clutft. II. Fletcher, and lian been made under lila

true of so personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one

Office In Bank.: Building, DELAND. many cottonfields. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitatlont 'atid GETS 4 TOUCH OF A SEVERE CYCLONE ASK RECONSIDERATION.. .

Branch office over Poee ftlce.DA '. 'ONA i "Just-ns-erood" are but Experiments until endanger tho \ bAiGPOWDER

Experiment. '
L. MCCUOBY, S health of Children-Experience against
J Wo bay. boob Writes Interestingly of a Thip Through
giving valuabl d.. The Kind You Have Always Bought Want Rev Ilolley to Have Trial by

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .loll about fonillj.ri. the WoHt-Beautiful' Farms, Orchard'sand

JqlTp will Mild > Bears the Signature of : Mutual Council of Members.
JtVa _..... l'll.t.ues-Meeting Old Friends
DeLand Florida. them fre. to any farmer who ailtl. us for them Absolutely Pure
Formerly of DeLnnd-Will Buy Corner
QBRCIAN KALI WORKS
BERT FISH N.W York-BS >' ............. or 1 Lot If Water Keeps Running. (Times-Union, July .14) 7HEXTJ5 liosuc77TD7E5A

AIlxul,"a..nu So. nm St. .. .---- Several of those who have beet attending .
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .- Mr. nnd, lIre Smock are now at Hot the council of Baptist ministers -- -

Notice Non-Residents.:: In Use For Over 30 Years. Springs\ and in a letter to Mr. H. B. at Gainesville, called by the First Strange! Story! About, eec ter.
Church of that returnedto
Baptist city
tiLan&. Florida. ... .. Stevens writes of his trip from St. The Light of Truth states that the
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Special Facilities for Examining IN ClHUUir counT "t-EVJNUl' : JUDI- _"y- -- ,- --w Louis to that place interestingly. He Jacksonville last nlfhtAt ( Bev. Dr. Minot J. Savage of the

and Perfecting Land Titles._ tiu I I. nuri'ir or n.omi, IN I says: the request of the Gainesville church of Messiah New York,' In a recent -

'" ASD FOK Vyl.l'felA COUNTY./ IN BVBBKIl) MICK. BIRTH OF THE HOSE.Two I We cloned our stay at the Fair with Bapitst Church, a presbytery, composed sermon on "The Divine Insplint .

J E.-ALEXANDER, ClUsc'EIlY. Rubberneck joints with Elliott's Kentucky Day. As that Is our native of Revs. I* D. Geiger, G. T. related the following Incident:

\ I Oim .ntl Ituiltliiitf &1 Lnnn Asaoulall" a Emulsified Oil Liniment. It will\ re- Locendi of II,. Orlizln of ThU state we thought It appropriate to Leitner, W. G. Patterson, M. ,M. "\n Intimate friend of Mr Beechrr

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Curl" oroti'ii. Cumplaiimnl. move all stillness! and .soreness. It Is B.a.ttt.1 Flonrcr.There close< our visit with that function and Wamboldt, F.W.,Cramer, O. J. Frier, told me that /rI'eatdivlne/ told himIt
vs.ArtItir much better than plasters for lame
are two traditions 'as to the It off in J. E. Gates J, M.. :Morris WIT. Stone for him to
it thrng
t : K. Knldwln. mid I'earll.. llalilwln, back or pain in the chest or side. we enjoyed too. came was no uncommon
Office In Brush Block. Dffi'i.diiat" Elliott's r Emulsified Oil Liniment origin of the rose. Acct.rdlngto Sir regular Kentucky style; I don t mean C. H: Nash, A. J. Beany, F. A Holtzhausen preach In a trance.' He did not say he

z. Will Practice DeLand In ,State Florida.and! Federal, lornpv It npI'm.iliiK,t.a I iliu toy OUInI.luln..ut Iho| :I inidnvit. ( in of t tho tie lib at-Yef.att'e cures muscular rheumatism. Full \-i. John Bethlehem Mandevllle(whom a South J'e"lsli.,iy nuiues maid Zll-of I that there watt any shooting, but eloquent R. T. Cadden, W ,C. Foster, always did It, but that"'It' was an experience

Courts. Hint the dcfi-mlnnm.\ ,,,, Artliur I K Bald pint bottles 85 cents. I addresses, after which the S. B. Rogers, L. A. Cooper, met with that was not unknown to
f wit, attiti IVnr! I I.. It.II tv Iii, uro re lil"tili' of All DrujTfflnts in DeLand and W. B. lab) was beloved by n brutish sot !
the Suite.. of FI'IrIlIt.: hut each of thorn his.. Welih, Orange Cltv. named llnmmel. The u.ulcluu rejected' I most delicious punch that ever the church at Gainesville, July 12, to him. He would rise to begin to speak

U. M BENNETT.ATTORNEYATLAW. ''n',-" iilmtmt I'.ir iniro ,Iran lxtv clays l.i.t this suitor and he, lu revenge accused trickled down a thirsty throat was advise them what steps to take with and there would be a sudden rush of

: pant uiiknnun, and tn fielr: itJIiint I'ro'.lIt, : tlutt, whereabouts iMib of sell are di*. Life Is a game of promise and take. Zlllau of offenses for which she I served to every body as free as water, reference to the application for membership blood to his head and lie would loose

r I I funiliinis, ale, t.u I In veil to be nvir the age ii ltw was coudemnod to bi< burned olive. I, also barrels of big red apples were of Rev, J. B. Holley who bad consciousness, and those were the days

eLand ..: :_ Florida. >nly-->no yi""lIr., anti 'Hi,it there is no per-" Some men And it easier to dodge an When brought to the I take the flames I served recently been excluded from the when he preached his' most wonderful -
unit In thh, PI. tIe me scrv It'e 11 proceai ontvli than to meet It. refused to hurt ZlDib. but burned
obligation We spent our last evening with our First Baptist Church of Jacksonville. sermons He would come to him-
.
said ithtrot
.)) mi \\"oullll-l",1 1 rlol'eloIllllt: or i' Iheru she stood
rjll. JOHN MACDIAUMID, th1\I1, ( It In tliettmion' ordered, that mifilil Ilurnmol to a cinder. old friends Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Big- At 8 o'clock: p. m. the council was self to find the people leanlng'on the
.. (,'.,,1.11''.. Arthur' K. Baldwin uiul" I'earl THE' CUTBK ot' un: tt a gordon of roses for the brands
I gers, and started the next morningfor called to Older by Rev. S. B, :Rodgers rail In front of him absorbed with
kindled became red
I I.. Baldwin he and they HID hereby reiiiiicU which bud been
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. We live only by the food that Is digested church. listening. and( when some one asked
Gainesville
of the
|' to | I 11 tho bill of complaint roses, and those whit b bad not caught Oklahoma going up the Mississippi pastor
u..I.'r assimilated hence the him what he ment by saying a special
store. ho IIrut Mandiv, In and ,
Fisher's haiti I Sep.
drug nil
OIHce over 1.M:! miles to Hauibal Rev C. H. Nash was called to
Vally upon
fire white These, accordIng to
stomach Is the "centre of life. If ones. thing he would have to wait for a report -
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, t inher A. I) III.) bPinirthu linn day of lead in
anil7to8p.m.DELAND. mild month nIb' TwIce tit said :IMII will lie the stomach is weak, the body will\ be tbe tradition were the first ruses that through the finest of crops there being prayer. of his sermon to see what. It was, :
tnkcn KS confempd l by the BAld dedndantiii.r proportionately weak. Strengthenthe bloomed on earth since the loss. of miles of Irish potatoes; then we Upon motion of W. G. Patterson ---
FLORIDA. dofiii dent. nut mi at, prarinv and the ooinplalnant elected chair
"centre of life" by using Rydale's paradise. crossed the State to Kansas City Rev. S. B. Rodgers was
will have leave to
proceed
expttrteagithoit Stomach Tablets They digest!! the Then according to a Mussulman\ tra man and Rev. L. A. Cooper clerk.
then beautiful and
JR. G. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN / be : food and rest the stomach. They act the Is thus accounted for I I through some most HALF: FALSE JEWELS.
I! I lot fiinher ordeieil Mint till" order dition rose It was then decided to hear all of :
fertile We left the
next
.... I as a tonic to the digestive organs and country. -
pnbllahcd. for .lht nimreuilve' ueeks In When :Motminm-Kl took hIs journey to .
AND SURGEON 'l'he Vdluslu Ccniiity Itooord.Wltncub I help nature restore them to health. morning for Guthrie via Topeka. All the evidence, upon which the Jacksonville How On. Diamond Male. Tw B w>hM
m> hand and the neat of said., These Tablets are guaranteed to relieve heaven the sweat which full on the traveling Kan- \ church based its action.A HIM as tb. Ortmimml.
day we were through
DELAND. FLORIDA. court at Del.iind this!: stll day of July, .A. at once and speedily cure indigestion earth from the prophet forehead letter which the Gainesville The' 'lupiilurj"vus splitting 'a diamond '

Office lit residence. Indium avenue D. 1904. and dyspepsia' Trial size 21 produced white rcses and that 'Whlcb sas, pasulng Into Oklahoma about church had written to the churn at lit leuuiMl forward with intent
noxt to Court House. (!Seal) 8\M'L: D. .JoRDAN. cents. Family size containing 21-2 fell from the animal be rode upon dark, and wt were delighted with the brows. His tluy machine buzzed like
Clerk Ircnit Court. and also the
Vr ,Jackaonvlle reply received -
Office Hours: 9 to 13.! I 8 to 4. and 7 to 8. p times the trial size 50c. named Al Borak, produced yellow I country: sometimes It was splendid was then read. a bee. A delicate and shining dust
All Druggists in DeLand and W. B. ones. At the pivHent dAY the sellers farm with line then stock ,
Notice to on-Residents. crops, : On motion of Rev Cramer, the evl urost
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. Welch, Orange City. of roses in tastern towns cry aloud
MRS. I farms with line herds (gracing: or a Then suddenly everything was stilled
'be thorn, I deuce was then presented to the
in the streets, rose was a
of fruit section with orchards. We and the dliiiiiond split In halves, lay
In Circuit Court Ttli ludlclnl ( lionlt large
People who look over the aflalrs. of body.
and the swert cf the prophet Mohammed -
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Florida, lit and lt>r Voliishi County. In others are very apt to overlook their dropping' u"on It formed It Into a reached Guthrie about midnight, and The report ot the deacons of the in the lapidary's white,"thin he said hand."I
"Out of one diamond am
Chancery.: own, ., I were met by our friend Rev. A. J.I Jacksonville church
rose. .
aad each of these
'
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Office on East New York Avenue, Jane L. Hull, Complainant, Smith and taken to the home of Bev. The minority report from DeaconN. two going will to be make as big two and brilliant as the

DELAND. FLORIDA. va. WAHTINO/ t'UtOH THE MANNA TREE. L. J. Parker, which was our head- C. Wamboldt.A "
George H. Ml lard, original one was.
Chiti lea F Henser Lingering wasting caughs may end ', quarters while In the Territory We letter from Mr. Wamboldt explaining <. As be scraped up tbe glittering dost
|}R. A. S. MUNSON, anti in consumption. Rydale's Cough It !. s Sp.cl, .,. of A.h Which !. Tapped were taken Into the country round. /: tbe minority report. be
Mrs Cb..... F Heaaer. P'fondant, Elixir will stop the cough and heal For It. Gum. I I explained:
about then took far Mr. McMillan's statement. make la exact: :
we a trip as "First 1 will paste an
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. It appearing, by tbe uudavlt of too attnr- the diseased membrane of the throat Few know that manna Is a species
ney for the omplalnant in the above online and lunp-i. Rydale's Elixir is the of nbi'-h exudes from the ash. south as Lawton, stopping at severalof Key. Holley's statement. duplicate nf ouch, of these two halves.
bit the di-lViulunt, Huoige/ 11 Millard. I. s most etllcaclous remedy ever dl4 gum I the towns, and, going Into the Rev. Holley's overtures and replies Then I will Join to the bottom of eacb
is the Fraxlnus
ash
Ottlce Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug resident of H !State other than the .ititle; of I Tbe true uiunna
covered for all chronic'tbroat and I Iornuc. to and treatment of them. genuine half Its artificial complement
Store. Florida: 111.tt tile resIdence of defendant. Is It In/ a beautiful tree nnd has Wichita mountains. At Lawton an
3 to 5 unknown, that sutd. duluudHiit, Is bellnedby lung troubles and those debilitating, oil machinery After considerable discussion to making the Junction so carefully that
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OFFICE HOURS 10 to a. m.; much handsomer lowers thnn any other company was putting up .
alit nt t>i he over menu-one years of "run down" conditions of.the system, the of the modeof no one will bo able to perceive It. :Finally
and7to8p.m. age, sod that I here Is ,in.) person. in this which so stubbornly resist treatmentand ash. lu some parts of Sicily trees to bore for oil, as several parties Scriptural propriety I will mount these two half false

., DeLand Florida. t tate tbe so' vico of process upon wit m which if neglected may end in are plant id especially for these sub have struck oil In digging their wells procedure and subsequent actionof and half genuine .atones Eacb then
I' ----- ,,"oullll1ln,1, said defondm.tj; It It tlieteupon, fatal disease. Trial site, 2.;c. Large stances which they yield just as In and could not use the water" also at the Jacksonville church the following -
JOHN REEVE defendant, Oenixell. ; will appear to be altogether genuine.
D') ordered that the said size f 50c. the .
some parts of our country sugar motion Rev. Geiger
Millard, he and Ilo Is hereby reiiiired| toa|>- Guthrie they have organl/co: a home by prevailed Their paste foundations will not de-
All in DeLand and W. B.
Druggists/ maple is planted for its sugar. Tbe Rev. Oates voting :
.. nf herein nay
p ar to the bill complaint on or Welch company let the contract for a tract In any way from their brilliance
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, .bpfore the oral Mnnday in fcepuniher A. 11HU4 >. ,.Orange City. ash trees are tapped when about ten Whereas, It seems to this body after 'llm of the big diamond will
I well. Some of the Is quite own'r
being (the tilth day of said mouth years old. A transverse cut Is made country from the Frst
ntliprwlne tIe ssid bill will be taken usIMII : Men who imagine the world owes of rowllng but most of It just enough to hearing testimony have two big diamonds.
of the circumference
by one-third
OIHce In store recently occupied I l him and the will about Church of Jacksonville and J of fake Jewels" the lap
fCMMp "Tbe
hr complainant them a living to collect it a loaf Baptist making
try
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West the tree a number of these transverse drain well, and the noil Is fine, and the
have leute m proceed exparte.It
at a time B. Holley. that the said church, In idary said. "Is an Interesting study. Do
New York Ave.DeLand Is further I ordered that this order bepubllxhed cuts being made one above the other. crops good, except what was a little
fellowship from J. B you know what the best fake pearls
conneuutlve weeks In withdrawing
Florida. lor eight( As many as forty-five cuts are frequently short where the rains were late com
the Volusln County Record, a newspaper, BILIOtMMCNN IS UAMiKKOlN. Holley has acted hastily and without are made, of? They are made of fish
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publisbod IA Pel.and in said county of V-- made In one large trunk.In ing. It U a beautiful country to farmIn scnli'S-silvery and Iridescent fish scales
Dt W. S. TAYLOR, lucia, and State ol Florida. When the bile Is not flowing freely some countries where manna Is and I don't believe you could get a I due regard to Baptist custom In deal panted on the Inside of balls of glass.
Witness my hti.icl cod the seal ol said' Into the bowels, it Is taken up by the collected It Is done by Inserting tubes ing with ministers of the gospel
court at Del.Hiui this eighth day of July, blood and Is deposited in all\ parts of of the fellow to go back to scratching hillsIdes therefore. 'Ike fish< these scales come from Is
la the case collecting
SURGEON-DENTIST. A U luoi the I body. Every important organ, just as after farming land like this. called In l-nince the nblette and In
where these cuts are Resolved That advise the First
SAM D JORDAN. maple sugar but we
9 ((8eol.) L : Infact every tissue of the body even We passed on to Holdenville wherewe England the bleuk. It Is smaller thana
Clerk Circuit Court. affected the made the gum runs down tbe trunk Baptist Church of Gainesville to refer .
OIHce In FIher's.New Brick Block. to the skin layers are by found old friends from De- minnow. Its scales must be pickedoff
second floor poison ladened bile It saps the and hardens. The following season our the matter back to the First by band end, only a small portionof

Notice of Attachment.IN energy, dulls\ the brain weakens the cuts are made just above those of theprevious Land, and had a delightful visit, Baptist Church of Jacksonville with them tun \be used. It takes 18,000
Florida.
DeLand. lungs and kidneys and invites disease After this has been talking over old times and peering
CIRCUIT\ COURT: sEVENTH JUDICIAL year. the fraternal and affectionate request ablettes. or bleaks to yield a pound ot
H. D. BRACEY, CIRCUIT OK FLOIlie IN germs. It affects the heart stomach. three years In progress the stems are Into the tuture. When we were leaving that the said church reconsider Ito scales."-New York Telegram.
Dn. AND FOIL VOLUSIA! COUNTY. IN: and bowels, causing marked functional cut down and the new crop of shoots they said tell the folk at DeLand action In withdrawing fellowshlu
disturbances that result In
CHANCERY. disease. A bilious or jaundiced may condition left to get matured. Sometimes how "God bless everyone of them." We from the said J. B. Holley ant give i.psr.iin. Tto._. '

DENTIST To George Interested O Campbell! and all other Perions of the system Is very danger/ ever the stems are left standing four left for Hot Springs, feeling that we him the uana! benefit of mutual council "In the old days when the capital of ';

second McLaurlne Block. You are hereby notified, Ibat under nnd ous and should be corrected at once. years before being finally cut away. had been very fortunate In not encountering by his fellow ministers. Alabama was located at Tuscaloooa
Ofllce story by virtue of a writ of attachment leaned Ryda e',, Liver Tablets speedily cure 8. B. ROGERS, there was a good deal of open gambling
DeLav, Florida. out of the Circuit Court ot the !Seventh Judicial a storm or being swiped "
bllllOusness They act specifically on INSECT ARCHITECTURE. Chairman. at that seat of legislation, saida .
Circuit 01 tlorld*. In and lor Volusiacounty. by a cyclone but had not
tbe iver, bile bladder, bile duct and up we gone
L. A. COOPER Secretary. southern man. 'It.was the customIn
OLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. In s suIt therein' pending wherein I '
Y thaUeo. WortbliiKlon Company a corpora the bowels. They never tall to cure Tho \Vrnr C........ B... Balld Thol far into Arkansas before one over those times for men of all gradee of

tion. Is plalniltt' and tleorpe O. (Cumpbell; 'Is liver and bowel troubles. Price per ".ot. IBWood.. took us, and for several hours it society to risk their money at games

I. S B. Wilson. Bert Fish defendant, tbe followinit lot c.r. pxroel of box,I containing CO tablets, 25 cents. Mr. Beanie In bIll "Insect Architec seemed uncertain as to whether we Notice. of chance and the lawmakers Who
I land lying and bulnv In the county If Votu- All Druggists In DeLand and W. B.
Actuary. ture" describes the work of a carpenter would reach Hot to Tuscaloosa were among
Manager she aDd State of Flor do. bas boon attached Springs or go up I gathered
:.- I and levied Uon as the property of Welch Orange City. bee. First she chiseled a channel "walk the golden streets." Great According to Chapter 4997 of the the best patrons of the gaming tables.
Abstractors of Titles.I0 the said George O. twit! The Statutes of Florida I am entitled to
Campbell In a piece of wood with her powerful "The proprietor of one of those resects -
W.'fndlana'A'veTr: 'DeLan3Fla.L north three hundred and thirty.three feet If a man is hard on his children he damage was done to timber and select one person who shall be entitledto '
, each morsel at a the state soloos
to
and deposited keep
of the south bairor the southeast quarterof is usually an easy mark for his grandchildren jaws several houses wrecked. The wire free instruction in the St. Petersburg wtsnliig
HOWARD tbe southwest, qiarter' of "section nine. distance. Then she mode repeated Normal and Industrial School This Depurated from the ordinary customer
all train moved
ALFRED were down so our
I teen, towusblp seventeen snutb ranKe journeys to bring In pollen and clay person moat be between the ages of It of his place. put up a big sign In the

blrty-on the B8t.laid. And! you ale 0 Campbell further notl snd Cares Bloed tmt SkU DI>M..., ItrhlBf' Homoro. until sbe had collected enough to serve cautiously! on towards Little Rock, and 25 years and must be appointed according apartment devoted to' faro poker;"
that George
BUBVEYORDe'Land .' all lied other persons lnwro.totI are hereby 10:......, gcrofuli, Etc. as food for the future grubs and to stopping often to cut trees off the to the regulations and restrictions roulette and the like which read

f -L reiiulred to appear ,plead or demur in snld.. Send no -simply write and bar the entrance. track So we reached here all right. furnished by the State Board of -Members of tbe legislature please i,

Florida. null on or bcfoie, the Brit Monday In Au. try Botanic money Blood Balm at our ex- Cutting open the post he found a found our old neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Education. For further information take the table to the right; gamblers

OF gust month A.otherwise D I KM being default the Ural will day be entered of said p0050. A perronal trial' of Blood Balm nest of six cells separated by partitions Hammerly, with a big sign across the I apply to F. W SAMS, take tin table to the left. Its hard to '
OFFICE
CITY REAL ESTATE I better than thousand of thin cardboard and New Smyrna Fla. Senator tell apart' "Washington Poet
sgaiust you. I.i a printed clay as as front of their house "Florida you !

, t 'STEWART: A BI.Y, testimonials BO don't hesitate to with sides as smooth as any joiner House. So turned In and founda
c E. H. HAYWARD Attorney for Geo. Worthington On.E. write for a free sample. could have contrived. we
, If suffer from ulcers, eczema, warm welcome, and we are- taking
', :- you Reaumur tells us bow the violet car
Agency of the leading; Fire Insurance L.. 'HON scrofula, Blood Poison cancer, eating penter bee bores Into wood obliquelyfor the hot baths drinking hot water, The Smart SetA

Company of America-The Aetpa.: sores, Itching skin pimple, bolls, an Inch and then perpendicularlyfor and basking in hot weather, but don't j t

f ,-' City property a Specialty. catarrh bone pains or swellings blood or skin rheumatism disease, a foot scooping out three or fOUl think that we are rich, because we I ,
I'la any
Insurance Agent
.No 808 Jpoafevard.' DeLand; we advise! you to take' Baltic Blood such passages. .At the bottom she layl are taking tbe baths. Not! nol) but we Magasint .Cleverness\ .

Insures property from loss by fire In Balm ((B. B. B.). Especially recommended an egg, covers It with a paste of pollen I wish to retain our youth and beauty,

strong reliable Companies which adjust for old, obstinate, deep-seat and honey and a protection of gnaw'logs and thought the baths would' be conducive r .

: RYDALE'S TONIC and pay losses promptly. The ed cases of .malignant blood or skin from the wood. This Is repeated to that end. H Magazines should have a well'denned purpose. .1/ .

Companies of which I am agent at De- diseases, because Botanic Blood BalmB. until tbe nest Is filled, and a side door Gennlne entertainment, amusement and mental recreation are the motives
, B. :J kills the In the blood. Wellthis! a great for water,
( poison !
1 A RCA CUH Land are Settling' all claims qnickly on ) the beet place '
ro at tbe bottom enables young
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of THE SMART SET. the s.l"i!
: cures where all else falls, heals every jfet'somethln/sConll"/ >" > i :
fire and though can
Ot the Baltimore ore
account great )
f A ITA f ,:tA.- to come out In due Ume.Pearson'lWeekly. tl .
N/f sore, makes the blood pure and rich '
In full er If they wish, It. They claim 15,000; I ". :
glvea the skin the rich glow of health _ MOST SUCCESSFUL MAGAZINES
It has recently been/llscovered that safe side I ,
the keeping .
breed Be on by B. B. B. the most perfect blood purl- population ;and 100,000 annual visitors.This .
the germs that produ6jv falarla, well Insured In the made. tested for 30 ... Early M.morl.lTho .r t._. Is. tbe..dull and. LAnd
property
tier Thoroughly season,
your
and multiply) la the intestines and from It. Bvvelt (a complete one in each. .number),are by the most brilliantdthors .
there spread throughout" the' system strongest Comaanles.I years. Costs 1.00 per large bottle at primitive Indo-European numer there are about 2,600 now taking,the ,
stores"To It sampleof of the decl- of both hemlsoheres. '. ... I
mixture
I by means of the..blood..Thlafaotejfeplains & dryer prove cures, ical system was n baths. Property. is high.and rents .' I
Its short stories matchless-clean and full of haitian Interest.
why Malaria is hard to cure by Blood Balm/llntr free by writing antI I and the sexagesimal. The first '' are !
J Wo promptly obtain U. & and ForeignPATENTS Blood Balm Co: Atlanta Da. Describe are high. A corner lot sold 'e ently entire. of love humor tender
the old method of treatment Qulolu.Iron )large number wan the "shock"-that Its poetry covering the field ,.el'll8-pathoe, *_
stimulate the ''serves' an4bull4 trouble and free medical advice .. for#10.000 and should this water stop and of tbe ;: 0' ,'" :',
etc., I... 0;>-ami the next large nuniber.was ness-Is by the most popular poets,, men ,women day.
the blooov bat do not destroy sent in sealed letter. Or This Isanf '' ,"hundred" thut Is:120 running It would,. pot; be_. worth. ,\*, 00. '
'/\ up, honest offer-medicine sent at tlie -Imiiil... or Its Jokes, wittlelsMt, sketches: .to.t'ar.i .. admittedly the. .most mlrtb.provoking. .
I I the germs that cause tbe disease.Rydale's Betwtwii UO and 1-1): ) there were no The Government) owns and Controls +r ,..r'' .
uo nee prepaid.
effect :
I Tonle- has a'specific miribcra. like 'our 70, etc., being "asliotk the water, and the [rpooreatcaniiaya . ,
11 I .
the intestines .and bowels, freeing -
upon them from all disease. breeding l mi Band mod.iik.tcii or photo of invention for 'and 10.": and 80 "being "a shock baths free, or the millionaire will find : 160 ,PAGES DEUaHTF.UL.READiNQ. ,' .
crobes. It also kills'the' germs'that Tor free book and :'Jit.! 'Ihe Introduction of out the tlne t"'apartments.: awaiting him ; .

infest the veins and arteries. It drives aasaHfR APEMARKSGA5NOW- to CASTOR, IA p?om'nt) number bcrtiocirUO and 120arose ] I hope'Mr. Hon got along! all right, "'I.1 .No pages are westee'on'chsap'; illustrations. ''editorial: vapor!tigs'or weary*" 4, ( (

and from makee the. blood it rich all md poUonous Healthy.1'| 'mau.T. '.":I Fat Infants and Children. decimal- out bund'oftlitf or humli-td-tliat Introduction Is of, 10Ola the- and that the rest of you" are all well.I ,IDIii" .essays, and idle dlsenaslonkT .. 1 .H. .. .' .. .11'0_ >".t? '*4j< .' 4

. RYD LE'S TONIC is a blood {Ho 'Kind Hara Always(Boughtoars' : : Ui-i": lolttn! 'from which the old hun. will get home about the 1st of Aug.' Everypage.wWblarsIt.heaased riAree* you, .,...#. t: ,.. 1:4.d.r'l,

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The /Republican newspapers! All the leaders in both the recent ALL OVER THE COUNTY Seville. ...:,, .ft'f!!!. .ft!!, I/-----'fI/' !!!,_. .--; IfIi.I!!!!!. '
YOLUSU COUNTY RECORD. II::'; -=:-; c:; c"C'e.cCfc:: .=: ;;;;:" '"
are: speaking in a most kindly factions of the democratic 'iAl
TEMP: OF INTEREST WAFTED TO The dry spell still continues, and all
and appreciative terms of exSenatorv united for the successof !
party are for. | WATTS & MILLER
i *- THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS hope soon a good season. }
Entered In the Poa-offloe: at DLand. Fin. Davis, as wen as ol f Parker and Davis. The dif Mrs fl Healy and son William are ,

a* Baoond ala matter. Judge Parker. The PhiladelphiaPress ferences in the party have been CORRESPONDENTS. visiting friends In Providence R L

General -- M 0 Canftey, night operator, was in | HARDWARE FURNITURE
ex-Postmaster settled and the democracy today
Pierson.Mrs 'fl|
B. E. PBEVATT, Edlter A Proprietor Jacksonville latter part of last week.
Smith's paper, says : "The nomination presents a united front to the Maj G P Healy made a business trip ,

------- --- ,of ex-Senator Davis is enemy. C G Wiggins; and children of LaFayette to Jacksonville latter part of last week.

DEMO I ATIQ TI0KETNATIONAL ( personally unexceptionable, except county are at home with her' Miss Florence Griffin Ie visiting her $ UNDERTAKING ;|u
parents for a month's visit cousin Mrs M E Moye at Port Tampa
as to his age, and is politically Judge Parker says that he Mrs J 0 Cede ot East Pierson Is quite ii '

tfaiud flute Senator. ? ,. judicious. He has the pub- doesn't charge Friday with any sick we regret to report. Their baby City.Master Henry Johnson, of Jackson- $ LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURNI.K!
JAMES P. TALIAVBRB ). Is also somewhat indisposed. We hope ville, is spending; awhile with bin aunt : A nitnre and Everything for your home the Best and Latest in \JJ / II IIi '
cud District.JTBAMt lic standing, experience and relations ill luck. But, after all, he was for their early recovery. Mrs A B Prevatt; J.> the Market and onr prices are aa LOW AS PrtpSlBLE for the Jj>
Member, ofCungresa ., ; l which make him a fit and lucky enough to have his champ- The Hague brothers, Isaac and Shep- W fine class of Goods we carry. One Furniture Department Is three !
CLARK. hard took a ramble to Palatka and Miss Ella Breland of DeLand ia \U doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything inW
Presidential Elector.. becoming candidate.. for the ions raise a row in the Commit Jacksonville last week on the lookoutfor spending a few weeks in town, guest of ':konr lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depart- ii"; l r\
y..' H. P. BAILEY. "'" tee on Resolutions which threw. the escaped negro convict. Miss, Mary Butler W men$. We have the goods you need and will satisfy you or your !i ? ''I
T.A JJCNI'lINGIlI.oIIl.' place. The Cede ulsters, Miss Mary and Mire Mrs B E Crewe and Iwo children of \II money back. \|/ ,
J. U. B. KUONCJK, his nomination until Satur-
over Francis, are visiting her Mr
A.B.NEWTON, '. Indeed republican administrations Helen, two lovable young ladies of this and Mrs Isham Moody. parents \i Careful Attention given all Mail Orders.i> 'I'"
!. l". B STONEMAN. day. place, completed an exceptionally pleas ,
f'' STATB. cannot even prevent ant three weeks' stay at.Stetson:! Mon Miss Endelle Morrison spent sever*!
{t
jjj UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. Jj tflu
days very pleasantly last week at Barber
For Governor.JAPOLEON strikes. The republicans stand Ex-Senator Davis is a cousin day.Capt villa with relatives.We I y
Carl) of DeLand was
B. BROWAHL Tnrnqnist Mr. J. A. Stith .a graduate
Beoretary of Slat*. responsible for everything thatis of Arthur Pue Gorman of Mary here Sunday receiving the warm greetings are pleased to see Miss Maggie of one of the nest Embalming \Ii' t(,\,
American staunchest of his host of friends Capt Turn- Griffin ont again after a week or ten Ali Schools of the ia in 111,
H.CLAY CBAWFOBD. good coming to the land, one of the quiet IH brother tj Mrs G Hagstrom of days' tussle with fever. : this country and
charge department
Attorney-General people, but do not explain why Democrats in the country, and this place. Dr C A Stiles and family are spending 'J\ will give prompt and careful 'i'i'

WILLIAM H. ELU8. so many great strikes have oc- the father-in-law of Stephen B. !Mm Jane Roberts of Tampa ia up in the summer at their Green Island \U attention to every detail of thir 111"
Comptroller. thin community to spend some time place near Savannah:! Ga. "Work.
A. C. CBOOM. curred within the .past five or Elkins of West Virginia, one of with her three sisters Mrs Peter Pier. Mrs Isaac H Moody has been pending 111; 'i

State Treasurer. six years_ strikes for higher the most uncompromising Republicans son, Mrs M J McLendon and Mrs I C several days with her parents Mr and 111*> Funeral Supplies \Ii
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. Hughes. Mrs Pete Stone, at Emporia. U11b
Superintendent Public Instruction. wages, that the laborer may be in the country. The ladles sewing circle of the Swed- Mr A B Prevatt writes back he is 1N Always I IS toc k.

A' W. M. HOLLOW able to support his family. These sh Lutheran church of this place celebrated having a huge time taking in the sights

P C'ommlMloner of Agriculture: frequent strikes do not agree The bard roads leading out from De- their weekly business sociable of the great city of New York. :'Jraa:,_: "" '''''',,,,,,,,,,,,,,:._;a,_,,, ':.;_;a....._._._:..;_; :..;_; ._._._._._._:.._::a,, "
,B. E. MOLIN.Ballruad ofa Land north east, west and south are I Thursday afternoon at Postmaster W H McBride and family left last
with the republican argument Peteson home.
Commissioner.JOHN great attractions to the people and I week to spend some weeks with his
L. MORGAN. full dinner pail. especially to visitors who are constant. A valuable ox was billed near Bakers. mother at Alley, Ga his boyhood

I Juatie Supreme Court-Six Yar. Iy driving ont to see the surrounding train burg by the north morning bound passenger to home. .".: ".e-.e-.e--'cc.-.cc-'cc-'cc-'cc-'cc-'cc-'cc: : : : :: :......... .......... ::......... ........ .... ... ... .:. '" .
'B.'FENWICK: TAYLOR. York Tribune declares Saturday belonging Rev 8 O Butler filled his appointmentnear fl
The New
The County Commissioners
country. Messrs R H Ashley & Bone timber and

ROBERT Juatlo Supreme 8 COCKERKU Court. that "Federal officials are are doing a great work for the county loggers of this place. accompanied Pulatka him Sunday and last.will remain Mrs Bntler over 5 iw Never Before jg'
't'tIi
THOMAS 8. 8HACKLKKORD\: ready for a reinspection of steam ID putting down these good roads. They Mr and Mrs Willonghby Minshew of there several days visiting friends Wfl

J. B. W1HTFIELD..OOOMTT. are monuments to their enterprise and West Pierson are enjoying a month'svisit Ernest Barkesdale who holds a posi
boat ". Some boats have been from their daughter Mrs David tlon in his brother Henry's store in / Have we carried a more (1l t tt fi
fore lgb$. These roads, too are greatly
Circuit Court Judice. laid up by the Supervising In- appreciated by every man in the county I Indian Liiubangh Territory.and little They son arrived of Edmonds Monday., Tampa ia visiting his father H J /l t\ Complete Stock of (t IS
MINOR 8. JONES. Barkeadile near Hammond station.
ate spector-General of the Department wbo owns a horse and wagon or buggy.; After an absence of two years in
Mrs M I McCrory and children who
= JOHN State Atloruuy.0. JONES.Bttpreaentatlvea of Commerce and Labor, They save the poor horse or mule, too. Palm Beach and a visit to Cuba Mr have been spending several weeks here | <** FURNITURE > n t
Isaac the Advocatn of
road movement is Hughes, Judge returned their
tr but none of those who are guiltyof The good just fairly the Shirt Collar Squad, is at home for a among! relatives. to homein

CUAS. L. bMITH. the'Slocum horror seem to be started in Volnsia. In time the Commissioners month's outing with his mother Mrs I DeLaud the latter part of last week. % Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best /jji \ r
} T. J. BPABKMAN. will have over the county as C Hughes.Rev We bave been informed that Rev J that is made. We want to take you through this depart'Hi,
County Judge ,trembling in anticipation of line system of public roads as can be Isaac C Bishop of Bakersbnrg, H McDowell will not be able to occupy "T> ment of our Store You will find the Roods you want and ...

J. L. MCCRORY. condign punishment. Is it possi- found in the State The great obstacle delivered an excellent: sermon In the owing the M E to his pulpit quarterly here the converence 6th Sunday near, /J\t at prices that /f\,

4 Clerk of Circuit Court ble that the administration can- at present is the limited amount of Methodist church at this place Sunday New Berlin. (h CAN'T BE DUPLICATED !t tt
SAM'L D. JORDAN afternoon. Mr W E Botts lectured in
1, not bring these men to book? funds they have to work with. the colored church at Eldridge G M Prevatt' family bave been t . .t
JOHN Sheriff B. TURNER. also Sunday people's afternoon feasting for several days on the famous ."..""..........".....".""...."". ,

Elberta peach, fine and lonscionsas '
Tax Collector Senator Tillman his arrivalin The peach Industry in Florida is beginning S R Jerkins and family of Seville aa as Undertakers and Embalmers
on tbat grand old State can produce he t t \
D. PKBKINS SMITH. to be a source of considerable have moved into this community. We having In the past week, received 7
Tax Aaieaaor Washington, said : "It has revenue for those engaged in it, and welcome you good folk, !glad to have 'rates from friends and relatives in JR i it
I', S. R. WILSON. been my intention to take no you here They are pleasantly domicil. Georgia.Prof Full Line of Fine Goods
The Record would like to see more of ed in the Mrs Robert Welbern Blaksley

County J. J. VINZANT.Traaaurer part in the canvass, for my ha Volnsia people engaged in it. In residence on Washington avenue.R Business 0 W college H Stanley Macon, of Ga.the informsC Stanley iji t Always on hand. //f\t I

County Superintendent throat is in bad condition. But three years you are getting paying H Ashley, two eons Hiram and H Mask here that his son Clyde who .

BRitT FISH. now, unless the doctor forbids crops from an orchard and a crop their Will logging and Shephard business Hughes in Lake finished county np is taking a business course in his college n J. F. ALLEN & CO. ""i t I I
Ia with
County Commissioner hardly ever f"ia.! This past oeason Mr. in the hospital typhoid fever.
and the party wants me, I will and returned with their teams to this friends here 1 'm 1.r.
Clyde's hope to soon !1.
District DUtrkit No No :1 FRANK-B 1>. BROOKE.E BOND. I work as hard as I did in 1800 J. C. Robinson of Seville shipped seven place last week to resume work here, hear of many his recovery. He says every -._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._...,.". ._._._. a. :.
I cars of peaches from a 20 acre orchard shipping to the Bond Glen wood mill : : :,.
District No' S-W. H. MCBBIUK. thing is being done for hia comfort. -:,e.e: :: e:: e:: e-e-e-
District 4-THOS.. L. .II01>GICK and 1000. Then I was a silver three years from planting. These Mrs Annie P Gunter of this place re
District No 8-'rUOS., J. MURRAY.I turned Thursday from a lengthy sojonrn __. -
man, and now I'll work for-well, seven cars brought him back nearly Orange City. -- -- I
Member School! Board at Cntbtwrt Georgia, where she
I'll work to beat Roosevelt. To 4,000. Intelligently and carefully
District No l- OHN L.IH: AN DLEBDiaMot placed her daughter Miss Pauline and
r 1 No 2-L. K. VAUiIIY.'j : beat Roosevelt is platform"Speaking followed the peach industry pays a Miss Eleanor Hagstrom in the Young Miss Ida Highsmith was married
; District No -E. F. KNAFFE. my great deal better than the orange bnsi- Ladies Female College for the mid summer hero last week to-t Why Not Drink

' .--. less, and then the peach begins to bring session. Mr Freeman will build cottage on .
.'{. of the Democratic In money in a few years. The man. I. About two years ago Mrs Col E A his lot on Volusla Ave. PURE WATER ?

It takes'over $200,000 to run : platform :Mayor\ Tom Johnson that goes at it right and sticks to it, he Farrell of this place accidently drop Mr Lukene who occupied Miss Dick- y
'j the of her gold watch into their inson's cottage last winter, has Orange City Mineral Spring Water U unsurpassed In purity, be bg
Tampa engaged
city government THE
will make fortune in
says : "It is to my mind the best a growing: peaches sand and water brick curbed well the Rowell house for next season. "" y free from orjfunlo/ mutter and. POBBOHMIIIC/ miiiornl p'openlfsspecially .
for one year.Tammany. I Democratic platform which has folns'a county.It whore it remained till last week when bunetleinl In cages of kidney at d liver Iro'ible.
I the Col succeeded in getting it out but Mr Fenn has leased the Freeman The w ter has received flattering endorsement from such\ men as Ei astusG .-
ever been written. The money little injured. House for three years and will be down Smith professor chemistry. Beloit, College, lie lull, Wlncnnxln, one
will give Parker, it comes from the business office up in the fall and open up with new furni- of the best chemlnu In this country: J. B. Ogden, dliettor, :Dew! York andotben.
Pierson's
most popular depot agent,
question has been omitted from .
' ture.
I, ." is estimated, 100,000 majority in at the University that more inquiries Jim L Bailey, enjoyed an outing to Dr. Boynton of Clevelni, Ohio, wrlt"It In the |>me.t spring water
I I the platform. The money ques are now being received from intending Lakeland and Tampa last week. Jim The witnesses to the primary election known tome. 1 am using It and recommending It to others. It only nuedsa
Greater New York.
tion never was of the great importance indents than for any previous summer Bailey la H young man of excellent trial which occurred in the county trial to uunvlnue anyone that It has no superior aa a table watr."
traits of character and has won a warm court in June are wondering when they .Many pronto have visited Orange City by advice o their pbynlclnnx far
y It took a long time for Alton which it appeared to or vacation season. They are writingfor place in the hearts of the people of this are going to get their fees. the urpcmoof testing the Mineral Spring Water deriving crest Itvnptlt' from
... accommodations eta It does Its The water Is drawn from subterranean 117 feet awl .w the
terms His assistant Albin Mr Wm Laws bas bought 10 fine u He. a (
t B. Parker to speak, but when he assume. Policies of much greater community. Hag surface, i* very palatable and altogether the Best hater 10 be lonml III the
appear that the coming collegiate year strom a favorite lad and master in the large geese of Air John Thnrsby. ='They South.
!; did he electrified the whole importance are outlined and of the Stetson University will be the line of telegraphy worthily held the A beat the frogs in making music in the The Orange City Mineral :Sprint:! Water received the only diploma at the
clearly set forth." greatest In Its history. There must be C L fort in Mr Bailey's absence. moonlit air This town is establishinga 8t ite Fair at Jacksonville In competition with many other dUplaya. It is
'f. country.The Saturday, evening last James H Pur- new industry in poultry raising. now being bottled and sent nut by the Orange City Mineral Spring (l.imiiun v, .
more accommodations, another youngmen' put up In attractive style in oases ofl2 blllfgaUon1011181.. For' further Information
t When little Alton Parker dom of Eldridge gave an elegant supper Mrs Manville arrived here on Satnr
: republicans are displeased dormitory for the present will\ to about 13: couples of his friends in day night from Glen St Mary on a few addreaaORANGE

I with Judge Parker. Surely they gleefully ran to his mother with be largely inadequate to care for the honor of the anniversary of his 23 birth- days visit to Mrs E A Hill. Miss Helen CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,

t; the great news that he had been young men. Chandoln Hall for young day. James received many nice and Manville remains at Glen St Mary till C. A. SULLEN Mgr. Orange City, Fla.
i did not expect the democrats to
I appointed of adieu, is amply adequate for the present valuable presents. The handnomly the fall term of University opens.
r. name, a man that would suit janitor a building, but additional quarters must be I decorated supper room, Ice cream and Mr Thus Myers died here Friday at
and when Henry Davis was cake tables were presided over by his 8 o'clock p m. Funeral services at the
.. them. bad for accommodation of the young charming sister Miss Annie, and a cir- Congregational church on Saturday:! p m.
I thrilled by his promotion to be men from present indications. cle of fair young ladies. Mr and Mrs Burial at Beresford cemetery. Rev Mr

i i'} It is said that the campaign : brakeman on the B. & 0., Jake Harper attended from this place Halliday came over from Coronado
committee who will Par I neither of them thought that There ia a persistent rumor that the Miss Legette Hagstrom delightfully Beach to perform the last sad rites.Alittle DeLand Saw and Planing Mills &: Novelty Works
I, manage entertained number of her
officials of the Atlantic Coast Line contemplate a goodly episode occurred last week.A .
I 6" ker's' campaign, will not want ,' those occurrences would have an running the main line through young friends at her 18th birthday pair of gay and festive mules,'* be- J. T. CAIRNS Hropr." and Manager.
effect the anniversary at the hospltabl home of longing to one of oar citizens got ont
r' for funds to conduct 'a relentless on Presidential election he city, doing away with the branch Ave
' t. her parents on Rosengreen Monday on the street, and Marshal Sperry proceeded
'i.. : war on.the republican party and of 1004. It Is said that the proposed change is to evening Dainty refreshments were to I Incarcerate them in the city DRESSED

I : Roosevelt ism. leave the main line at Gler.wood, run. nerved at 9} o'clock. At the close of pound, whereupon the young inaq who LUMBER
1'1 There seems to be a regular nine direct to DeLand, going by Orange the merrymaking scene Miss Legettewas bad charge of the animals thinking AND ROUGH
voted by the large company presentto that the for the keeping of said
charge ;
:'f Ben Tillman, the pronounced landslide to Parker and Davis, City touching the main line as now be one of the lowliest young ladies .unimals was too much on the trust Ceiling, Flooring' Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding;.Window ant

silver democrat in the and the republicans becom- located at Enterprise Junction. It is In town At a late hour her pleasant principle, proceeded to break and eater Door Frames, Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc.. .
if' campaign wishing for their fair Shedding Groves and Pineries. Ilex Crates and Box Material a specialty
proposed to enter the city east of the rnests departed, and release. The matter having been
of 1896 and 1000 be is ing greatly alarmed, so much so of the Contracts taken for the erection of kind of
I says go- 7ni versity buildings or at the old Florida hostess many happy returns day brought to the attention of Mayor True, any a building.
that the republicans who are to and everlasting success to The Volusia he had the aforesaid y m arraigned be-
t I..c ing to fight in the present campaign Fruit Exchange: building. bounty Record and all its readers.On fore the Mayor's court on Monday and DELAND FLORIDA.

i l t C. and to beat Roosevelt is manage Roosevelt's campaignhave a recent visit to this place of Mr administered a fine of 810 and cost.,; .
.'\\1', his platform. been in consultation in New The School Board of this county will and Mrs W J Baker of Tnrnbnll Bay .

York this tart the schools of the connty next: they purchased the property from W Coronado.Mr .
11' I wok discussing the
! ': October with a good cash balance on W Powell known as the Powell meat BOND LUMBER COMPANY.
Thousands of the Florida situation.
people Prominent rep blcans land market on Bishop avenue. Mr Baker
in
the neighborhood of $3,000.
I in contemplates the erection of an -to- J C Krnlder spent several days
'are the mountains ap
I of ,are outspoken in favor of Parker. This will run the school for three or date. soda water fountain, lunch parlor this week with his family at Seaside Will quote you prices and supply yon from their yards near the depot at DeLa .

t Y Georgia, North Carolina and I four months, before a draw will be and restaurant in the near future. He Hotel. with the beet cypress and yellow pine

:" <. Tennessee 'for' the: hot months.It Last week there was unveiled made on the taxes coming in for 1904. will move the present building on the Quite a number of people Are coming
., ,, lot purchased and owned by William on the beach from the interior and occupying Lumber Flooring Ceiling, Mouldings Turnings:
: the north of the
:" .1 is;. 'an, ,evidence of the prosperity I near corner Woodard, near the depot to be used as cottages.Mr *
We had drouth the
V of the people throughout District of Columbia a monument a pretty severe a beef market. That hustling charter Paxton: and wife with their gneats SHINGLES LATH', ETC.
and but
put spring early summer,
to the soldiers of the 122ndN. member Pierson mulligan guard sernt Dr Bon..hellM, wife and son spent Sun. In
t the State. All Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere th
most of the orange trees have as much J S Baker also sold his 65 acre farm day at Seaside Hotel. '

Volunteers who fell in the fruit on them as they can well hold. near Eldridge. known aa the John Mr Newell's new with its
cottage
!. Down at Tampa there has been : fight there on July 12, 1864. This The grapefruit trees are heavily loaded, Parrott place last week to Mayor R J fresh coat of paint makes a very pretty

r r-' considerable trouble in a mix up 'small battle became historic because and the growers have already begun to of Bishop Eldridge.toe naval Both stores transactions manufacturer were appearance on our beach. ........>ti iBiiai.i iasaa.........

. w of whites and blacks on the it checked the advance of prop the limbs np. .__ spot cash.It people Jesse over Long from brought Smyrna a hack Sunday load.aud of,, col
t ----
is easier let ten ,
to prisoners
r't:' street cars of that place, so much Early's army, which had thrown -'- .- get away than to locate negro and': capturetwo enjoyed a day on the beach- TEE w. BOND ;

;: eo that the company has inaugurated -,the capital into a panic. 17..... .............. that have got 50 miles the running I. Mr F B Lingatreet. one of oar popular. -
, In and genial men on the beach baa !(One
..... atom of the Japanese trademn start of the officers. Without doubt ,
,.. : the. system of separating taw smaller town of Nippon bar a two of the best planned and cleverest to St Louis to view the great Fair.: : Manufacturers of I

the r&CHi'' The three negroes of New curious way of advrtling their bnai- ran down and captures made in this I. Mr H M Baldwin wife and daughter .

yr: ,,, ,Jeneywho assaulted! M! ._ Bid-! n.*.. On tblr right forearm they section in a long time was made by are at the Seaside Hotel. Mr Baldwinhas ; Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates, Peach j
that; watchful born hunter Deputy been on the Paclflo raaat and along
rogue:
.' .. Jim der has not yet die of that; State"were seat off to tattoo flnr..-tb* shoemaker a shoe ,' Sheriff Jake 0 Cade of this place as the Atlantic. He. claims we have one := Crates Orange and Peach Baskets
'. th woodcutter an ax::, tb* butcher a J Strawi
Morrison nd his the finest beaches in the United .
" given the oonte.t..for'a seat ihei enet ntiarjr tu-eerie each slsted by Cs of : '
up !
:
| ) claver.. TJndrnatb theM emblemsare gown. .
I In first fine
foreman Mr the run States enjoying our Baskets etc. ,
I : in. congress. tH&.:charges .that 49>> year in*an ]taut after they such Inscription .., "I do my work down and capture of an escaped convictat fishing, crabbing, etc, immensely ftfl; berry IIIII*/N 1.

!V. there was fraud and says he will were arraigned. They would modestly and cheaply" or "1 am a* Turpentine City Monday morning of --- Filled --
' load at my trade a* moat of my flowa. last. week. Sheriff Turner was on hand Notice. S Orders Promptly ..a.l1q hipped Any- .1.J
? bring the proof. James should have been, lynched if the mob
A ."i Wbn they are. hunting work at this place and Cade turned his 5 "
\, ", ,go 'off and marry that richwidowsMiami could have captured them before tby bar their arm and walk about prisoner over to him. Deputy Cade Notice hereby given that on Friday := where. h g ir; O'l I :Ji'l'v
"" then turned his attention to try to J
July !89. 194M. in the DeLand High.
: i News., they were arrested. in Pennsylvania. -' the streets.Bart locate the other negro who bad a day School Building I will conduct the | Address w I J: I 1_ (j J _! A ftJ
and night the start of him. He organised examination for filling the
competitive :
The Jape continue to give it to Rls e._ rM.e..e. a little posse, took the lead and after vacancy in the State Normal School at J THE E. W. BOND PCO.;'I : J .
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-I have no doubt you ar. sorry a hard tedious running chase and skillful DeFnnlak Spring This scholarship
-
r.,. '. the' Russiane;.-on/!. land..: ajidfsea, I The: UnitedJBtafres government! about your uncle's. death,notwlthsUnd-. skirmishing all the week till Saturday mean 100.00 per year.. .For farther i> 'rake1CIi;. Fla. W

\ but Port Arthur" has not. 'yet hal bought Jefferson's private lug It brought you Into a lot of money. through flatwoods. Lake George. information apply to. ksk J Wrgi

*"lu;, fallen The .Japs' kill or disable papers-187 quarto. volumes of neat Wet-you Yea know; be was, and doing If be a bad food lived bnal-a swamp layout, ponds Then he etc.planned Cade discovered the captnre hi* BERT: FISH County Hap a........... .. .................. !li i!ld.iQ"

k\, ., "'hthe';. :: Russian soldiers! about as bound manuscript.. 'Th y'include year or two longer be might have left of hi*made other the escaped run from convict.J J Bishop's This ---- -

'- .. 'faatp"tJleLome'country':: ; ; 20,000 t letters ''written to Jefferson me a good deal more.Boeton Tran- negro Bakersburg Turpentine plant to 13 AN OWNE ;WANTED.I .
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land them in the foe..E<c. .. and 16,000letteri, ? written by erlpC ______ miles. above Palatka. Deputy Sheriff! Pipe fitting. Tin roofing:, Guv,
.
Charles. Kuril of DeLand Assisted In
: '.... -c. ;. '_ '\ .JI: him. JFewpublte? men have everbeen Omtr eei
,: ". :fir\ va Although theIE"ortoican and 'more.,yoluminous. "Why. Ethel you don't mean to Mlm darkey. Both of these negro escaped stray mare pony cream repaired;.wella and tanks .made
:' "Filipino"student: .. have ', taken you want to marry that baldheaded ten month ago from Mcrrett SsPowell' : to order. Repairing of all
main and >
black
in DeSoto colored ;
plant
turpentine
':some" [(of 'that highest\ 'p'rTzei'UTale 's 1 Thit'now' famWParker'.. tele. 1"10'WiMmanr county. 'Plumber. kin s.,., Satisfaction guaranteed. .
.' -It to true be 11 la bald seta Ethel .... tail black l legs;; about-:,6 orB Tinsmith& ,
?:-Jr. ..;and several other. :,unirersihe gralyltge4be"St, Louii Convention tart<< think bow many young men of .

....."vr*". '\ ."""...the. schoolboard. of,.Louis. shows.:tlUithe'nomne. ) ,ofth)4lMMer today '"ar* bald oo the Inside of their Meeting There will Den.be a Executive meeting of Committee.the Democratic years old. Owner :can; Shops nxtfdoor, west'gf'bank; ''I Indiana' Avenue. .. rr

-"'.' .1l1e.K"haa: .,inform( fet .tiAprty hf<. mind **.cIa. _____ Executive: Committee of Volnaia get same by proving prop .. .' .

<;d. ,IRI ....nte.rwl O(aPt'ied atuTconfrtettorVof' owns'and (It Ta pie. *.., one moat make up his county on at the Friday Court, July House 20th,in at DeLand>o'clockp.10.i erty andpIJgcharges.! .,...---

.ff, 'tH"'ltIaJ"f I bbl furdier\; 'Aen&nitfyWa' hat :Alton ttOnd to be taught many things) wfelefe for the transaction of such business .. .JOH.l'i, A1LS. s : \
:r.ij'I.r., who do DON'T FOROeT"-'T:4"b"R. "k'.0.
be know,
already by people
,.'", 'tinier. :debars f rdprl e B:J Pwfcev:Kill be'Pre ide.at..' if he not know ......Cbamfort. may By: regularly order>)f Chairman.come before it. Enterprise Fla. I ;.-> I .Q :,
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I ( THE VOLUSIA UUlfNTY REObitJi.STORC 1':;

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Mr. J. P. Mace was here from Lake : -ASk/exflkJBkJ fcWWWW* tt

Helen the first of the week. .

Store News STORE Hiram Cowart, from the north end .
NEWS a .I NEWSDREKA'5 was at the county seat Saturday. At Cost

." " " " " " " ," ,;" " " Judge Beggs was here from Orlandoover AT MCELRDY't'

Sunday last, guest of Dr Farris.
GREATPREINVENTORY Ask for Brill's No 1974 children's For a Few Days I IA

hose; best for the money 121 to 17o per '

pair.The Great Many ;.
late rains saved the late corn '\'
and of such the farmers will make a ..,".f
SALETo fair crop.

Mr. Herbert Willison. in Mr. lion's DRY GOODSIn

office at the electric light/ plant, has
been quite ill this week.
Begin Saturday flay 21 on
Toe young people enjoyed a pleasant
dance Wednesday evening/ out at Blue the way of '\
Lake in the new pavilion.The .

I' CLOTHING AND SHOES. ticket unites
St. Louis the democracy
throughout the country with the COLORED LAWNS ,

''''***+**++*************+*+*******+************+*********+#,'*+*********+***+********++#**********+*#++#**** exception of a few at DeLand
i f. PRINTED MUSLINS etc.
; Our Customers having appreciated this sale so much, Contractor Clake has brick masons .at ,
work putting down tbe foundation for

we have decided to continue it another week the addition to the public school build And Some Ladies' and Children's Shoes.

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.".".".".".'. '. ..... .'.' .. "." "." "." '" " '" ing.Mrs. '

CLOTHING.:; ::5 F 1 : SHOES= :) : 1 of Orange. George City N.have DozIer been and spending children tbe PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Phone 17 .


Men's Wool Crash Suite selling at 46.00, now $...!05): Men's Patent Leather Lace, Regnlar Stock, at week in DeLand with Mrs. B. E.

Men's Two Piece Snits selling at 98.00, now $N,54) $'.00. now $4 00 Prevatt. _. .- ---- --.-.- .'
Men's Two Piece Salts selling ac $10.00, now *8 8BMen's Men's Ltce, Vicl at $ .OO. now $a.7/J/ Col. Lloyd has purchased a desirable -
Real Is had when reading Quite a number of the DeLand SPECIAL
Two Piece Suits selling at $13.00.: now "9.75. Men' Lace and Congress at $ .OO. now $a.llo lot on Clara Ave. near Minnesota and enjoyment I peo-I NOTICEThe
Special Prices on our Regular Three Piece Salts Men's Oxford's at *...00, now $3.00 will erect a nice home on it at once for hat; clever magazine, The Smart Set. pIe are away in the mountains next visit of

and Boys' and Children's Clothing. I Men's Oxford's at 93.00, now $3.75 his family. Mr. Byron Eecl s has returned from the their summer.former homes In tbe North fort J' I)R. E. T. ALLEN OP TAMPA_ ,

Notice These Price on Man's Pants. Men's Oxford's at $3.00, now $8.150WOMEN'S a week's vacation spent on the count.
I THE: :
Mr. R. L Ivey is speeding around on Mrs. Jonathan Clifton who has been

Pants setlLpgat$300now$3.26/ SHOES.Women's our shell roads In a handsome new automobile Mr. and Mrs. Ferris will leave for: seriously 111 for some months suffering E lye: Ear, lose and Throat Sugtoa

Pants selling at $4.80. now $3 00 receiving it from the factory, the' mountain of Tennessee Monday.Mrs. from bladder trouble died at this place to DeLand. will be

Pants selling at 4.00, now ,$ .73. Patent Viol at .1.50, now $3.715 last "Saturday.Dr. O. W. Flutter entertained last Thursday morning. She was brought 33.
Pants at fS.BO, now $2: 50 Friday afternoon, the Ladies Summer: Saturday, July
selling
Women's Kid at 300. now $3.60 Lincoln Halley the new President i. to DeLand from her home near Glencoe .
Pants selling at 'B.00, now $3.00 Women's Oxford's at 93.00, ndw $a.1IO of John B. Stetson University, is Clod[ Club. several weeks ago to be treated by Dr. "
Women's Oxford's at 93.50 now $2.00 f delivering a series of 1 lectures at Mr. Oscar Davis will go over to Sea- Davis but the best medical skill could "Spray Pumps.

Special Price on Boys' and Children's Shoes. Women's Oxford's $3.33/ and $3.00 now $1.75. {j Chautauqua, N. Y. breeze next. week for a couple of waekB'vao"tlon. do her no good and she finally passed ALL KINDS OF

.. ," " " " " " " ( A fine new lot of hosiery received by away. The remains were taken to
w" " " " " " Mrs. S. A. Wood delighfallv locatedat Spring Garden where they were laid to
Outfitters to Men Women and Children. I Brill this week; also a beautiful lot of Livingston, Ky., and her health is rest in the Clifton burying grounds. PUMPSFOR

new linen effects stationery, 25 to 50c much improved by the change. ALL KINDS UK

Mall Orders Promptly Pilled and Prices Guaranteed. per box and leas in bulk. Miss Josephene Hodges, operator for

0 Tax Assessor Sam Wilson. and bill the Western Union at this place is in MANN'SSalt SPRAYING.FIELD .
force are busy getting the tax books. Tallahassee. on n ten days' vacation.

G. A. DRBKA & CO. ready for approval by the board of Rev. Mr. Dates began his vacation Sick Remedy for FORCE PUMP CO.

county commissioners at the August last Monday. He left for Knoxvllle

lP-t(9)lOX( ) : i, DRY ODS. CLOTHINO SHOES, MILLINERY AND GROCERIES. session. where Mrs. Ontes and son will join him I Cattle atFISHER'S H. J. MAQRUDER,
Mr. W. C. Watts will go to Kentuckyin leaving next Monday. Oak Hill. Fla,
DRUG STORE
= --.... -- -- .-....... -- .".,. """ ",-", ."" ... .-- -. .,.... ."" ...,, - .- .- ... .- ..... -......, August where Mrs. Watts and the The yards of every home in town I Agent VolUiU aDd Brevard Counties
children snmuiering. He will pay a ,should be put and kept in attractive I. -
business trip to New York before re- ,condition.! It makes the city present amore
METHODIST! CHURCH, SOUTH. RKDUt'TIOX IN LIGHT RITES, LOCAL SYNOPSIS. turning. cheerful' appearance. rn 4
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Ntareroer; Rich Avenue and Bonle.n Malinger lion Itrdncea the Hate From The tropical palmetto' is one of the Mr. Dan Stephens a business young
prettiest trees in Florida, and a numberof man from Delaware, has accepted a Best Shoes
rd-Pastern', Study church. 20 to 12 1-3 Per 1,000 Watt
IHK IMPORTANT' NEWS ITEMS OK citizens are having them brought permanent position at the Fountain
Preaching morning and evening at Manager lIon of the Electric Light I I shoe and clothing establishment.Mr. .
usual, hour every Sunday. Prayer meeting ,Co. has rednced the price of lights THE PAST WttK.L : : from the swamps and transplanted) in and Dr.
7:30 I their yards. and Mrs. S. D. Jordan
Sunday Wednesday school evenings, 10 a m. : nearly oue-half, notwithstanding, under Mrs. R. D. McDonald and. daughterMiss and Mrs. G. W. Fisher will leave the ,, ON BOTH SIDES
the existing rates, the plant hardly _.. It.mi for thu P.. |..'.
Junior and Senior Epworth League Bad Society O|> Lillie will be the hostesses for the first v eek in August for Highlands N. 'w OF THE EARTH'laihovers .
at 8 and 6ilU m., respectively. cleared operating expenses the past .. w
: p. perBrlef Mention or Fact DeLand Ladies Summer Card Clnb at C., where they will remain for a coupleof
attend. all these
You are Invited to Hereafter the metre will be used I
services. J. E. M1cIU. :R. Pastor.Nvrvlees year. Seen hv our Reporter.Dr. their home on Voorhls Ave. this, Friday months. ." ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
exclusively: doing away with the flat and Miss Palmer
I Mrs.\ J. Archy Smith
at--tbe First--M.--E. Church rate Hon system.: In a card to patrons Mr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Before afternoon.Judge McCrory at his residence will start to St. Louis next Monday m
says going by boat to Jacksonville. Mrs.
that rates for electric The Smart Set magazine will entertain on East Indiana Ave. Monday
At the First M. E. Church next Sunday "Believing our Smith will spend two months-at her
u the pustor will preach at 11 a. m. lighting In tbe fusing system and for you evening Mr. O. L. McClellan of Kingston old home. FOR MEN.

and 7:30: p. m.; Sunday school at 10 metre service have been unequal and Supt. Fish was on the coast this weekon and Miss Ida Grantbam of this Of the sixty odd thousand dollars of m
at 0.43. AH ''desiring to remedy this defect, we have school business. place, were united in marriage.
o'clock, ; Epworth League : taxes collected in this county every (Siueen ( Slnalft
are cordially Invited. decided that the only equitable method The summer continues to remain Charlie Kurtz was at PnntaOorda year for state and county the railroad
-- -.--- to be the use of the metres exclusively.: delightfully pleasant. last week where he played with the and telegraph companies pay about one' FOR LADIES.
A I'KETTVUOME WEDDINU. In this way each one pays for the ball team of that place against Lakeland third of it. I
Hon. E. Bly returned Saturday from
_. used him. To make and Print Gorda
,
amount actually by short the coast. ot course won. Mrs. M. O. Munn left yesterday a
Miss Lulu. Blanche Swengel) United in this service where all may use it, we a stay on Charlie is one the best ball players of visit to the Blue Grass" State and other

Marriage! to Mr. Edward Lee Law- make effective a rate of twelve and one- Dr. Munscn has sold his faithful old the State. points of interest. She was accompanied Exclusive

reucn at Noon Today. half ((12)) cents per thousand watts. family horse to Jeo Chanvln. Mr*. W. S. Taylor left Saturday last as far as Jacksonville by Mr. Mnnn. FOUNT AIM
When you consider that we are reducing Mr. William H. Padgett was in town for Boston, where she will be the guestof Lakeland News Agent. .

(Meadville, Pa., Messenger, Jnly 6)) the rate from 20 eta. to-12J eta., yon from Enterprise the first of the week. Mrs. George B. Wilber for several Chaplain W. II. Stewart will fill the

At noon today at the residence of I will understand that we are making Tax Collector Perkins Smith was. weeks, after which she will go to pulpit of the Baptist church Sunday

Mrs Hiram F. Whiting on the Terrace this reduction to benefit our customers here from New Smyrna the first of the Rangeley. Maine to visit until fall her morning. All other services of the s m
and allowing (hem, to a certain extent, week. sister l Mrs. H. M. Burrows.
in the presence of tbe immediate family, church' will continue during pastor
of Miss Lula to control the price of their lights; our Mrs. Dunbar and children have returned Dates' vacation as before.
occurred the wedding
William Redfield, u DeLand negro
benefit to be derived from the increased. from a mouth's stay over at
and Mrs. Oliver McElroy and
Edward Lee Mr.
Blanche Sweugel to Mr. boy was bound over to the criminal
Oar minimum charge, however
patronage. Leeubnrg. NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY
Lawrence.The court by Judge McCrory Monday last little Vivien returned home last Friday
will be $3.25 for residences and is
Mies Clara Qnackenbos spending
bride looked very beautiful in a under the charge of aggravated assault night from Mississippi. They returned
month.To .
for business houses
48.00 per several weeks with her cousin Miss
carried shower than they expected on accountof Mapes' Famous
gown of white and a large consumers .a reduction in rate upon Sylvester Frazier colored, and sooner
boqnet of pink roses. Brooke at OBteen.ConBlderable known about town as "Pewee." the illness of the little lady who is
will be No charge for metre nor
given.
Miss Anna Bell, of Franklin orgttnlstot. metre service connections will be malle.H01.lul threatening weather Mrs. Patton is to give a delightful much better since returning. FRUIT AND VINEFor
the First M. E. church of which merit continued with occasional light showers but the musical at her home on Thursday eve Mr. Chas J Anderson Conductor of

Miss( Swengel baa been soprana soloist ( to remain, your Your truly patronage heavy rains do not come. ning, July 28th for the benefit of the the DeLand branch, is off on a 80 days' Next Year's Crop of Fruit.It .

and. leader of the choir for about two we ELECTRIC LIGHT& ICE Co., Mrs. S. M. McCrory and children public school building fund. Ice cream vacation, and will leave next week to
years played tbe wedding march and Stetson Fla." have returned from a month's visit and cake will be served Silver offering. join Mrs. Anderson and her mother will pat the Orange Trees in splendid condition to go
during the ceremony.Rev. --- with relatives at Seville. All are invited to help a Brood cause. Mrs. Austin In Louisville. They will through the winter and to pat on an immense bloom another

Edwin Swengel of LaSalle N. Carriage Repository.Mr. Mrs B. F. Chapman left Saturday Frying chickens have been a scarce all return home in August. year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of

Y., father of the bride, performed the Scott of the Hogkins last to spend a couple of months at her article in the DeLand market this sea Miss Uould< is forming a class for trees and the fall crops where APES' has been used.
Hodgkina.
former home at Logan. Ohio. I the rudiments of music.
under floral bell which
ring service a son. would some one to go Into studying
pay
has be.
black-smith and wagon shops, IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS
pealed forth sweet messages of roses Mrs. W. A. Allen entertained a num- the poultry business exclusively. There Thorough drill will be given in note ,
the erection of a large two-story
upon the newly. wedded couple. Rev. carriage gun repository, 80x63 feet, on the ber of young people Saturday night in would be a ready market and (rood reading division of time, and the mean- For Prices etc., see or write
0 of tbe First M. honor of the Misses LaFontisee. Ing and use of musical signs. The class
A. Bowers pastor vacant lot, bought of Mr. Frank E. prices for all the chickens brought to
E. church, at Franklin assisted in the Bond between tbe shops and the Boule Mr. W. R. Burt is pulling the bell on market.Mr. will meet Thursday mornings at the E. L. POWE, Agent,

ceremony. the DeLand branch while Conductor W C. Cannons left last Saturday Putnam.
vard. The is to front the
After congratulations all present sat Boulevard and repository is to be used exclusively Anderson is off on a 80 days' leave. night for the North and W"st. There is a demand at DeLand or will DeLand, Florida.

down to a bountiful breakfast. for storing carriages, wagons and carts Capt. Manley one of the most popular where he will look over tbe market. for be during the winter seasons for a

During the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. turned ont front the shops. Scott is drummers on the road spent a horses, boggles phaetons; etc., for his dozen or two modern cottages to rent
Lawrence added pleasure to the occasion and the work couple of days In the city this week.It stables another season. He will visit furnished or unfurnished. The demand
business
doing a large !
with mnsio and at 6:47: leave for wliile he is in could not be supplied last winter, and .
his shops turn out is first-class" In every has been one of the dryest summers the big Fair at "St. Louis
a brief,honeymoon trip. On their re- particular. "II a fact that he ships ever known in Honda: though some, tbe West. will next and winters to follow the demand W. A. ALLEN X CO

tarn they will reside with Mrs. Whiting wagons and carts to different part of sections have had fairly good seasons.Mrs. Sheriff Turner and his deputies last grow.

on tbe Terrace. the Stale besides supplying the home E. L Powe returned Saturdayfrom week captured two convicts who had The two Stevens brothers gave a very
The good wiBbel of their friends demands. For the work be turns out a visit to Leesburg, where she was escaped from the penitentiary. The pleasant launch party out on Blue Lake Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .

were abundantly manifested by numerous he State.has one of the best plants in the the guest of Mrs. Ben Watts for a week. last captured was over. In Putnam Thursday night for Miss Stella Brown, ,f
beautiful remembrances. county. A reward of $100 each was who la the guest of her friend Miss ;
By the artlstlo arrangement of ferns U C.--V. Mr. W. C. Coleman of the Coleman offered for their capture. In running Mary Stewart. The young people were -

daisies; pond lilies smilax and roses of music house made a business trip to down and capturing criminals Jack taken out in busses, and the trip and the Stationery, :
The meeting Loring Camp
regular
Jacksonville Mon.
the effect of the decorations was charm No. 1538. United Confederate Veterans, Saturday, returning Turner and his deputies can't/ be beatenin moonlight rides on the lakes were Huyler's Candies :1

ing. will be held in the Court House at De- day.Mrs. the State. highly enjoyed. Kodak Supplies

--- Land on Tuesday. August 2nd prox. Elmer McBride gave a dinner Dan Keith Mr. Uamltt and W. C. Miss Wlllitowskl left for New York Florida Souvenirs,
Count Hall-tttetsea University. Members of the Camp will please. take Tuesday night to a Dumber of young \\I
notice. W. i b.: THAYER, the Misses LaFontisee the Coleman are holding a piano sale at last week: and if she get the position Toilet Requisites .
people. guests
The Committee& on Administration of U. M. BENNETT, Commander. of honor. the White Front for 10 days and will sought( for there she will not return to Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies '
Stetson University at Its meeting on Adjutant. sacrifice a carload of high grade pianos Florida. She was appointed to the
J. F. Allen& Co, funeral directors of Clocks 1f
July 7th:, decided that all offers for formerly kept by Coleman & Erickson. I. Enterprise school, but resigned. II f
this have the stock of
boarding students at Conrad Hall be Woodmen of the World. place, acquired They are giving a concert every eve I she returns the Trustees of the Orange Jewelry, ,.-'

withdrawn for tbe present. This is Cypress Camp No. 18, W. O. W., Orange Freeman City.& Spencer, undertakers at ning with the Simplex. Mr. Coleman 'I' City school will try to get her to teach Silverware, 1 I
done on account of the uncertainty of will have a social meeting In their hall I baa recently connected himself with the advanced grades there. She is one Cut Glass, -
rebuilding the Hall In time for occupancy on Monday evening, July 95th"' at 8 I The DeLand Aquatic Club Is plan. The Cable Company and will be on the of the most successful teachers In the Goods
o'clock. All Woodmen, their familiei I ning out very extensive Improvements Optical ,
by student next _10110 road in their interests. schools of the State
and sweethearts are invited to attend. out at Blue Lake during the next six Fountain Pens, Etc.
Stetson Cbandoln and East Halls will Music, speeches, toe cream, cake and s I or eight month. The1 following marriage licenses have Mlsa Cora Chandler, daughter of Mr.
be open..as usual. pleasant evening. been Issued from the County Judge's and Mrs. J. L. Chandler living near
C. S. FARBISS Acting President THOMAS B. WEBB, Clerk The Cranor residence on Howry Ave. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
week For tbe united In last
office the past : marriage DeLand was marriage
la being repaired and /fixed up for a
.n.n of G. L. McClellan of Kingston and Wednesday night at her parents' hometo
be
popular young couple, shortly to
married of this place. Miss Ida Grantbam of DeLand; E. Mr. John jnlncy Bryant one of the <
and Mrs. Rosa Huff of Osteen of MoffettFlorida.
Hatch ; promising young men
The crop of LeConte pears of this
Our Summer Pomona and Miss its best wishes and
section Is C. A. Knowlton of The Record extends ,
practically going to waste tor
Grace 13, Keown of Glen wood; W. congratulations. They left Thursdayfor
the want of a morket There U no .
money In shipping them Murphy and Mandy Vickers of Lake DeSoto county where Mr. Bryant :
(takes Helen. The latter couple colored. has a fine property. '
Miss Mackay Sheddon of this place .
VJ
one of the efficient and popular teachers There Is constant complaint in sections The administration committee of the :
: are delicious. Large variety has ordered the rates
in the Volnsla public schools, is taking of the city of mo qultoe Ills University special
; at moderate prices. ;. a Normal Course at the Nashville the citizens' own fault if they are of board offered in Conrad Hall with. :

.. ,.. see.".".asses,'''''''';' .. college* apnoyed by this ubiquitous little Insect drawn for the coming year.' Owing to G.'X
"' ', .. ;r4: To satisfy our customers ,. Chas. Spauldlng, last week, pricked Vessels about your premises left with unexpected delay it will be impossible : _
... to rebuild Conrad Hall and have it {
: the palm of his left hand by accident. rain water soon produce millions of '
Is AIM.
our The wound began to heal when blood- these In eot.. Open tanks with water ready for use at the opening of school .
Will you let us TRY? and being unable to a suitable
poison set In. and he now has a bad ls a breeding place for the mosqnito. procure
looking hand. Pat kerosene,, about a capful in the building in the immediate vicinity ot '

FUDGER'SBAKERY. The naval store Industry In this tank, and there will be no mosquito I th$'Univenlty the speoUX offers are ;"

section of the State bos brought a number from it. An empty can thrown oat in withdrawn for the coming school year. AT
It Is desired that this shall be as widely : :; !
.' I. of families to reside at DeLand, and the yard. and filled with rain water circulated. M possible, that student in. ; : j
.- their children have been and will attend soon produces mosquitoes sufficient to tending taM:1 avail. theraseiVM: of the .

..- oar school annoy whole neighbor howl. special offer may kips la time. ... ._ .;.

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There-rtft.(Jbi' jnaJqoubt I thfct..ln,the MUST EAT ARSENIC. ATLANTIC COAST LINE:

limit IIntf"l|>..h.t "of tin middle ages red. Oth>*rrl.* M.b... of the PolBOB
and not bint-k. wus tbe favorlM mounMliiK lutt sRilis Could; not Stand K. Pnmea. -SUMMER : ,

color throughout Euro ilo'" Ever. EatIng of arsenic IB common in Styr-

down to\the end of for fifteenth ceo? >w The ''Sryrlaus say that arsenic The Great Througfi Car Line From Florida

fury tin- change from bloody red to win un tb. dy pepUo' from" many makes one plump and comely and gives
ol andaiubM
Muck moue not complete though black tJ day"whtov mlsary r b*> wishes., ; I beY preventSICI411EADACHEi one strength for. great exertion, such RHEUMATISM 1 *

' vloi.lt were worn over red clothing. ID V ? as running cr mountain climbing.Styrla : CONNEGtI IONS:' (

Ab.vxxliiln the mourning colort a reddish ? In Austria, gives the world 1 t

'. brown In Turkey It U violet. 8 cause the food to assimilate...nour- vast quantities of; arsenic.! Tbo manufacture The idea that Rheumatism: is strictly TO1LIaSt }1 THE ATLANTIC COAST"LINE; via>'Charleston, Rich
1 voliM' i-liwvl.T Hilled to red. It Is a curl. lab the body give keen appctlU. of.this drug Is Indeed the main winter S b mood and Washington1 :-
a disease that from
comes
s' ous rui-t.tuut! umoug the Maoris of New DEVELOP FLESH Btyrlan Indu tr)'. They who make: exposureor v* if ty y i-T

Zealand red In the hue of sorrow. In arsenic eat It,. as a rule for they say I I Ithat' cold, Is'wronJr ; a spell of indigestion To '\ ,The LoolsvlMe & Naahvill via j ]Montgomery.'; a "
and j torpidity of the liver inactive state of the West
daubed thelt
earlier tlim M jttKjiujojrs Wkmwck..FJetaegytnprTake arsenic eater withstand } n
: only the can '
te4. The '
co ,
via
1p j The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Montgomery-
bodies wltUdrr4' JuMeeVheo. :: they fofe!; N the) arsenic fumes. | kidneysoreuddencoolingofthebodywhenover

lowed n.cilpf Jp hlb,gn'aVe. and even \.Substtuter! l > These makers and eaters of the drug -hented, being frequent causes of an f --az, .--. -

the 1-esUnnNiliiiW.'* of"to*''bodlea were ,I are comely. They have a blooming and ;, attack. Rheumatism in due to an over-acid / To East'Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship <*fjj ,\i>nny for New

also colored" red. A Multi I Eli OF CUiJNAGS. clear color. They look much younger condition of the blood and bud circulation.As York.-- Philadelphia! WllahJ
''t I The ] Norfolk and Steamer for KY.? Baltimore.
than they are. | it flows through the body the blood
Via Savannah and Merchants &
.i An BqaaJ! ..f..... Th. Old l.ndr'r Vtrnt lI'outl..aU Ham "The foreman In a certain arsenic Miners> anhportation
deposits an acrid corrosive Via.
for Baltimore and
Steamship Company .
.oil llvr Hoy. Philadelphia.VU ,
An Irish clfrtcytnsn during hl. drat factory told me that In his boyhood sediment in No UM FOR OBUTOBBS. '
the And
.r curacy found tbe ladles of the parish Him: vat lu the Kiiind, Htund wait lug he went to that be joints ? ( ) r I
When flrat plant, muscles and circulation moo The of Rhsum tlBm in its j : !
taform.at :can To KEY WEST
yf too helpful Be soon left the place. for her sIf1rot football KIIIIIV' to begin.Her was advised to begin to eat areenlc lest p so intense I became PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL
It fMVr HIIILB sb* grows Sluggish because of completely .tratod. Havlnaheard S. 8. B. .. and
pro -
,. One day thereafter be met his moo Loyhurl placed bis health suffer from the fumes," sayk HAVANA. f STEAMSHIP CO.
could reuieinber and now be hud! made the constant accumulation .well'and 6tadmtikea t
botWoOf
ctmsor. ; "He did and bin
.y a toxtoologlBt.: begin, |t setae a tow .
Haw are you getting ou with for Ills 1 arsll,; tel\DI,1< whluttvus be/ Vat Orst two or three small doses gave him aCid impurities and I was able to hobble around oa erutohBa, and. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18.000 tulles of the principal t railway
+' ladles?" anted the escaped curate ally, too-her Cornell. when fife s"tem ia in miMi ery soon had no orator them at all., B. S. 8. hav-
burn in the of the Southern States ,
a sharp pain like a __ stomach Ins-cured mo sound and well. All the llt' alncondition '/ are on sale by the pelnclpa} agents.
"Oh. yery well." was the answer," Two of his fraternity "brothers": sat >land, .WIll pain was followed by Rheumatism IS pain have Ult me. my appetite hue returned and for complete information call on E, I* Powe, Ticket agent, or t.lrena< I
''"Tbere'. oaft'ty In Dumber on elthur !5/ide i ss a.-! toJyuuaiHl t.. her tremendous hunger and violent, disagreeable liable to come out at IamhappytoDsaralnrsetoredtopsrfeotbralth. "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New. Yoi k, .vie Athn'l" KiiBt.; Coast Line.

". found It la Exodas," was. the quick pray( Lairs nod as a bureuu of Information excitement.: But as his doses winter any It MRS. AMEB BELL. also vis Atlantic Coast Line and Southern! Railway,!+ \

r reply. t:1 ,r fr. They were happier than thAI Increased in frequency and size their is.111113.hastened or and summer.provokedby eot n. St., N. W., W..btnl\to..D.O.: FRANK C. BOYLSTON CommerafelAgont,- 'W.: D. STARK Traveling l'oIlB.A/fenl/ ; 0

would have been with the prettiest girl 130 Wast Bay Street A tnr Building. Jacksonville
effect became pleasant Tbere was no / Florldu. .
to air sudden of the when
Notice' oJ>neBlBs ,\ She smiled with motherly pride a bud spell of indigestion or anything that is calculated to fur.
,i, .la hereby Klven that the Reglutrutlon there wan a ravenous appetite as Wilmington North 'Carolina.
when she him out of the squadof ther derange and the but these and
Book for Voluaiu! Count: ; will \w picked well as a mood of joyous activity depress system ; are only exciting -
opun at tbe odloa i*-Supervisor of Leg red sweatered "huskies" which at could do three men's work. not the real cause of Rheumatism. It is in the blood, and when this -
' wherein be !
? Iteration In IhoTJotii't'tloin,- hoglnnlii/ on length trotted out on the field. 8h. vital fluid becomes overcharged with the acid impurities and is runningriot Florida East Coast 1
Monday, wetlratduyq, August, A.I n. IH'4 "This chap by the time be got to be Ry.
"wiped! tear when a Columbia
S unit WltJolIlIIl"YB.alld 8uturtli|>* of ch away a thirty was taking four grains of in the veins an attack is sure to conic, whether in summer time or

, week therentkartlul4ngdtsfoBnwingbuurr. muu fell across the ]line for a touch arsenic a day. lie looked at thirty, the cold bleak days of winter. You are a slave to pain as long as the
.1 II 0',1001< a"D1 to Mm, and torn: |I'. ni. down. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.
blood is tainted with
to a p.m. mull me Second Sa'urduy In Than she surprised her bodyguard with his clear pink and white color no acid. Liniments and plasters are helpful and useful

}I Uotobor, A.U"" < 1IW4. .'|- ;, : by muttering! under her breath: "Hold more than twenty-three. He was as but it takes something more than rubbing and blistering to drive SOUTHBOUND-Rf AD DOWN NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

'* "JOntfll: WBTHBRKLL: ;, 'em bard, fellows! "Twist their robust as a blacksmith. But he said away this demon of pain. S. S. S. goes to the scat of the trouble
Supervisor: of KeglBtrntlon/ for Voluslii" be would die at forty-five or so, that No.291 I No.911 NoTt
enters the circulation neutralises and filters .
County Floridu.PeUncl." necks!:. "Push! po.br'! 1 NO.SIIJ> STATIONS .
J Lolly D.1I1.
}LI.r I I i. :, L being the age at which! all tbe Styrian Dwly.l I
f '
Fla.tJu JIWt. ot out of the blood the acid It
"" She) explained' her knowledge arsenic eaters die." poison t v'........... .. w.ksoll".I..1.' ..................... Jor S Eva p
Were! strenuous technical details by enriches and strengthens the weak, die' I : / .11.i ....... .. ..........'....80 Jack.onville.....................L" 919.
NAND T TEM111r'; r. raying bat her boy cried out Ilk* that Tbe drug Is a preservative and In eased blood the 00:1' B6a1., ...................... ...tlE.AUiuetlne.. ......................... T4Ua IQ 60p
Ef I Btyrla when graves are opened bodies ; general health improves 8' 11 II a .. ......................:.. H..IIIII.. ....... ......... .. ....... 8 6tla .
when 'playliff dream games In his | under its tonic effect and when rich, U411a .... .....................:.B.l'.l.eka.I.: ::.... .............. 884. 410 pb
Or the Hoard Public Instruction, for are found to be as fresh six or seven pure

' the Month Ending May 8'' 1004. sleep, years; after interment as on the day blood begins to circulate through the stiff 7 1m 10 poll''. .. ..................?....Palatka?............. ...... ... .....Lv 8 10 a 15 P
Bbe'dld, n'ot faint when bo tackled und tender and 'fO 1116.. Lv ....... ........ ........l'.l..tk..A.r. 7 W r C 00 p
C lowered into the eanra.cbl" joints sore muscles pains
< ,
I IKKOAPirULATION. they were
J
\
\ I-/ and failed to rise
.t. too hard although
rer '1"6- aches vanish and the longed-for relief comes to the nervous pain 110 110 p A. ....:.....................San Uano ..?e............ ,.......L" .n..,... 8 now
;[ : his wblt.-face-wltU-a streak of red .... .. Sau.L" ........ ........ ....Bea Mateo....... .... ..... ....... ... Ar 7Ga. la pea
tortured sufferers. S. S. S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed
: blood
Balance In Treasury"As poll laic Statement acroeetbe9foreheadwae' staring' --- I II U V\ L" ..................,....... N.ou .............>..............Lv 1M. 4 03 p ;-
: fe... v ... ........_. ... ij,11331N1' up at her. ".> ,I : ", J purely vegetable.1 Write us if in need of medical advice, which is'given I Ga U as p .............................Bunnellr"..?....................... 11.8 a 848 P
;," K, "I I, U (wtnonth is itfmUedhere* t "You can't hurt.my boy'.sho, said, without charge. Our book on Rheumatism, telling of the different 1a ,i P ............... .... .Du W ne. .... .. .. II S6. I 40 P
In..'...... .'" Total .. ,. UttDN( 40 wltb confidence. "lie's Just doing thai Disease takes no summer forms and varieties of this pain-racking disease is mailed free. I 17 p ......::.... ..... ..... ..Dartona. .. .................. ........ 46ft. I ao p
recpJpl..ull. ... ..p.... ... ..: .... .. ...... .
"jSoat.Drpyed.ri. 41d I
t as" .Por.OI..IIK.
1 "lIlIb ; ,Lr Sr.'". i..4Dtl! 00 to g\ Tvhfd < I i10 UpIs
: \ ? vacation.If THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATIAATAr GA..MISSING .:. .. ... : ..N, :. .,, :...... 4 sa 0 s0
WarranLII drawn Ibis month a* ItemI. HP was up and at It harder than :: .. Ii'' & ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,.Oaklllll w Brnyra'..:::.:::::::::.:;:::::::::::: 869. y61p p
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..... ber:' .q.l. ..U.J."l i >) J.U.J.lfIl/I/! ever w:thin the time llcjir.v,The Itha you need flesh and - - --- -- Is i as a 0' p .....:::::,.....::::::::::....Tltuevtile.: .....,..;...,...,..... ::, U u.n 13 p

Total ., ...... IN:t.\IIt..I..IU.05dwtJ l cons !coined I lIe't beau g ti'tackle and l strength useScott's WORD CONTEST U I 110P.: : :::::::::::;:::::::.::::::::::Hnoklndpx;.Uoaoa ;;::::::::::::::::';.:::::.:::.:::: 9D1r 907r 1 1980p i SIp

t' 1"'IoIII&D' IteY1PTe\: .... round lost nryknaay| ;MnoreJ J yards tryingM; .t I l ie: A6: tile .;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::Enu Melbourne Oullle.::.:::::::::.:::.:;::::::::::::: t u : U 61 OOn a'

the end. Then something hap PRIZES I Offered for 108 1 ei I' .. ... .. .....tlrbnethut. ....................... U O. 11 W at
A CJ! A O Croorn.AO ... .... ........ .. 112 .. the Correct Solution I 18. a D' p .,........... .. .............. Ft 1'Inrce.."..,........................ 11 DB P 1014 aA
'. ,.a. ,._llIOtU A sturdy youngster shot out-of. the I 8a. p ....... ...... ...Tlbb..I..M........ ... ...... P Da a
HertTleba.p LitL"a t; 'aS7A 18 00 Un la U.lev.ns..and deshed.dows Ute J| summer as in winter. 18 111 : : :: :.,:. : .Edon :: : : .: :. llef 9 rl ael0u
Ljrooms ..I........ ., . 17112:1: Held" towardthe< goal of the blue.and { : : P .:;::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::Darren :::::::::;;:::.:::::::::::::::: 113Bp p rt0aB
Send for frw Tropical Manufacturing Co. Manufacturers of the Ureut Health 6xr .. rBUr
---- Wblte,,..JIIe'cOBsed) and attar: line of'whitely4bW"rnud jj. tampl / 9Ta In c ::::::::::::::::::::::::'::linlo) .:"tlnund.rL.; :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1100P 10 asp 0 06a

!.H p U> SCOTT ft BOWNE, Clwtnlita, Drink, METTO, will Tay all Prizes. The Contest Open 1IT .,.,.......... ............... .... JttfItnr........................ ..... 10 Up S48.
Warn n! G2 !I : finally was-over the 40 415 Purl Stre.1, N.w York.JOG. 4 11I "I' .. ........................W.I..lmlJ.oul1..,.... ... .... .,... .... SSp 91da
No. .I To Whom ., 'last one-thV-wboletnck! at his' heeler '. .aDd it,001| all dnjggfeu. to All. It's FREE to You. f 6a: aSp .. ,,........... ..,. ....,.,.B..ynlnn.. ....................,.... ..... SlOp 760a
!J Ida! P ......................... .1>" env.' ................................ B01P TIUa
0710 dlle Mann 8 D. 2T ....t 4000 "Touchdown! TouchdowncrIed! the tJ.I 6 60 a I 818 P ..........,......... .......1 rt 1 .xn,"Inc,1 ale.......".., ............ 8 01 P 668.el a
i I, 1 I IlneMo..ley.1I1J.2... .... 85 p<) crowd. -- FIRST PRIZE.To <1. Up ........ .................... Hnllnnalxle ..."....,.... .... .. ..,.... 7 asp d Bind
It Cydfa Willatow>kl,8i>.U......' 601'Ap. I tit." 1B I Up.... ........."..............L mnn Ulty......................? .... 710 P S 70aT
i II B Jxwkey 8 D. I'1.N. 9100 "M> Owy dl" TM Id.the mother Notice. 00. Up 011'........... ............... .Allaml....,......,...........,... ..Lv 70)800.\ r
(I70(> AllRuttetlU'i2 I '+-.... ,...I', gdqt I II and tDe4! .ebe ..crl"dYork| Trlb- the first one sending In the correct answer we will give a beautiful .!
"' Notice U hci eby Klven that the underslun-l
Charlotte Bradlev. 8 D, U.... 000/" nn. edexeoutor of the last will and WstnmentofJolla : life size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity .
I \2 Mary Stnn s. 8 D, 12 ... 4O UO - BANFORD BRANOH. ORANGE OITY BHANOB.o.

'. U Uarrie Eooles, S D, ]12...........a. 40 Ml Notice of Application! for Tax Deed Un NN P W mbar A, Stone:2(1.( A deceased D. 1B04, will, present on Moiidny to the,. Thin Picture U symbolical i of :Metto the great health drink which IwneHtn all 1 .[] BSATinxr. I No.12 iVo. -80. I I B7ATIONB. IN3.2 No. ..
Mosul Preston UO
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t :J J n.M tar Law, 8 IIDi:.I...... .. 4'l', Oil, der Section., Chapter 4H88, Laws Ron. J. Lee MoCrory County: JncUe of and, coiitniiiH no lope or hatmfut drnga. Dulls' Dolly 1>,11,1 nndyT
II(I Viola. "'rbllr,. S 1 li, 12'N> 00 f* of Fterldaj\ ( ir Volusin County, Florldn hi la tinal account 011 Lv......... TlNtxvlllaAr 11 aop 100p 10L", .N. Smyrn".A 117p 7 30p
To tbe next K . . . . 100 each
role U U t Ntitloefe f and voiicberg a* such executor and ask to f .SSaL"..,... ..,. O a to en ,.. ....,.Ar II tea SUI'I IIY I n!:'I.". Lekn Belo n .Ar 810..
7 Mairymun S 4OOIH \ari-hr t I
( \ irlven that O A. Dreks.puiolniaait discharged. r.1 quart Metto each a66aLv.Rmerprlee...::.....Ar II (tOn UBI' IINInLv.OUnaaLlfy.Ar,, / swan
M K Hunilej, S D, 18 ........ 80 OOl of p'Cxx[ ertlHoate No 307. timed I V. WATERMAN[ 20..1 i pint :Metal each 8SOaA..,... .. .8..nlnrd..I.v, aCO I' 1 l1&,1 Ar. ArClt r do ,Lv 1107:;pr r
U l Marvin a 1). 18 ..... noooVTilit :
r.
llurwell
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the 2d dnv ol Juno, A. D HOi.I IIHS tiledan _
Executor ot the last will and tat, nt 01 ? ? ? -
un e 70 . . .ll\1ettoTlcketelCCb
WJiinle: Bennitt.. a D, !U ,... (10( Cal i Id certlliciitp In niv 011I".. nod has made Julia A. fcHone. No 25 No.23 No. i : No.i7 Note'No 20 No. 22 No. 24 No.28
1 V..trle! B Boyd. D, :aa '...... n 10)I ) application. for tax d ed to l.aue in aonoul- : tat wad I MA.YPOR'1' 1>..l1y I I 1 9ntanddundey
:l I M Mitbbelte H U K2.: .4 once %\itl lawlaid\ !: certlllcale embreaeeIhernl'tAVlntt'tieacrlhrtl IT'S..YOU I Daly. except Dally Dally. BRANOH aven II I belly Dolly Dally Bundyonl
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olllv'
,' U E'hnlWrtherndtlU,82.r!: ,' J flaps property situated NOTICE TU CREDITORS. tlnnJa, SlInd'v

4 W.ARII.b.SU.41... .....;.. (lia 0'4.MO' 1 in V'nlusla! count ., Flnrlda tonitt Helen 8. E to rr lean,.the duly appointed,! BBAeLN'okeonv'aAr' TOOU BIOb. 307p 000p
900ySp 02Jp
5 KltTi: BardVe'l.'U' 1) 41.... Lots 'A. ) adminUtrati> of thneelateof L. 1 8. Murrlaon PEOPLE _nnn__ KNOW A G000... .._ ..WHEN THEY,_.._____.IT ARE..... OOep 07p 109 400p 908p 9OOp DBNr tlnJwxaonvllle e69a eBUn. 11 +7p E12p' SUp
i' land section
' i'f/ a..oltl.1"lea.ii. !: ... 90181' ) 01 if; township IBs, d"oeaaed), bavin died! In tlda nlflre, xwritten I I 80p tlD OOOpOp/ 10me..PabloBeaoh./ eras BOOB' U t7i I' 10p flop
T Annul I ne William.. .. S2 00 I ranuelllp; fl acre luggeatlnn of the Insolvenry, of sold II 35 pUp 035 I pi., I I' t,) If. AII..nClo B..el1 d w a 1 M U lip I a S5., S SO p
H Ida K Buidettd 8 D, 11 80 on The aiilil, land hemp uatessed at Ibe dale ea'ate of L. tl. Morf iron.I notice:; la hertbv USERS OF .n.......IN. n.. GOOO.__... .__ SUMMER._._....... eo pUp a 00 p a 00 P t I so a AI'. Na yP ore L" 4pre_ Tlux. 3107 u a ZO l'' 8 gO p
U Alplinnso Joxnv.14r.r. ::15 i iU77it 01 ;nf Ibe iKHUnni'c of snob cer ,llicnte. In the given to all persona 'bavlnir claim ..galn t -- -
I. .Wblt mxn..r *.*. .'''if-S\ 2U :lll name of nolr. L P. 'Ihursbv. Unless said Hid estate tn appear and tile the mime wllb CIII ant fhb Coupon, trllin the Blankepeceaonewordtoeachblankapaco PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

1 ME"llluksl U Is.d.hIBII& 00. L W.!.. 11111 law 5ei'titiraiA.ahitll .b.. icileemed ,uooordinir to me. duly authenticated nt ni) olllce In De- NA\/R/ '0'_..n_.._.......___..__....._........
) ..Kjj As\ lax tired will Issue ti ereoi on thr 17th
4 : : Florida
: Ill Ijind on or before the 1st day of
Iha whole 10", "ko.n approprlato.11" CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. & 0. 8. S. COMPANY FOR ,
88 duvrf ''
a L E Odiim. rep No '!Jwf S. .S IS CO Aufuat(< 'mill August,, A. D. ]OIN.
I 4 But.erl. 6Jffl\ltI U 11 ..Vf....a latJ i Wltuess-my .nlHulut' 'slKnntflro and seal J I.EI3 McCK KY, tome edvenlainr MoUo and ", .1110 P. O. Onn".."__.... ..........___... ___ HAVANA AND KEY WEST
::, n John KWeiTierell., a U. Yoll LJ lid 00 this the 10th of July/ 19<">1 County Judge Volu'County. Kla.Tbla TROPICAL AI FC. CO..
: U !'lIw.I.rlntillg. ... u Ii\\.TJ J4'\txi) f'x; :*,. tl tAPh I 11. JUHDAN.: l>fcem..rr 23 ltlal 14 Wet Ad.mo Street
f'lerk ___. .._. ___
..., rtrciilt C'i'iirl' \ iil I>i l.l l ununti I .Flnrlcln Connfy 51.0 Th .
7 I eeord, priutinir :6W(> Jackaonvllla For uR.' "'"" M Time Tables show the ttmcfl at which trains mnv T>o exn ct<*d to arrive and dppnrl
HUE: MltnBTttui: pro rata. ,..;. '1+ 82: '1' ? from the several stations but their arrival: :or departure; at the I tlinoa rutted: la pot !nuaranumil,
... Notice of Final rordoertheCompaoybnld\ Itxeltrespone161sforanydeluyor, anyeunuqueucearlempthera
M U W FiMh fr4iU: supplies .. v titl! IMIUTfO Notice of-Application for Tax Deed Uu- Discharge.
A.SILJIrUrtluLU ap, Ua)lour. ,JO i 4)0) Remember the first 101 cntrect answers ret'eived} get the prlxetl.Send Irom.
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws
1 BeU.FIsh. ffba .., ,, 0 M Notice hereby (given that MX mnnlb In at once to the
{ 2 Mr Nels furgon': H D.:311,::.?..' '1 OO: of Florida. afterdate, towns 1 Ontbenistdny ot Ir- your answers For Copy of the LOOAL TIME OAKD or Other Information
Notice I la hereby ilven ttmt C. (i Fannlna oember A D 1JO.I.l! will present my flnalacouunt TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.
8 UueHugxtroni. ti D 'aiH+ ,.,.. 4r0 ( ; "
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
4 Mrs John KitahelllFD/; .'... 700 puruliHnvn: of'PHX erilttcnte. S... 800, Jnttviibe aa udminUlraior, of tbe ei-tnte of
Utb tiny < f June'' A. D. 1MX>. baa tiled William A. Cone, deceased to the Count FLA.
0 W A Rueh 1:1: lll., ... 2 TiII 1 West Adams Street JACKSONVILLE
; :i 14 J. D. Asst. wen Faas. ST. FLA.
I' PHsxnn 8 I H.a.1: ) ..,.. .., 1500 salilcertintate ti mv i III e and has made Judge of Vnln*'a onuntv, Florldn.. and oak i RAtlNER Agent., AUGUSTINE ,
7 'r Curlton. D, 2.i.... .... 110 B|)|>liuu>t..aforfnaJardtnlaaueln{ Ofcord- tor a nnal dlscbarire! a* Bitch ndnilnistrator --' -- --- _-- .
8: K.ldSiulth.. 8D.. !} 1 :23W race. ",lIb law 11.101''ertitlcate. embraies> Dated this the 27tb day. of May, 1U 4
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M Jones. 8DTU: .:'f/f l'MlOUTIW Choinllowingdeaarllred property situated PETEK CONE: '_
t.r
T E E"....*, 4.1$. 1 II'.J. tl.UO.. hI V.luBha, rmuot>?V'lorlllarMwltl; Administrator ; &JlQ4.r.

1 E C Blishnell H 8,12........ 17 Oil Lot 14, Dupont & Gaudy CJrants Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Choice of Two Through, Gar LinesTO f frlua
:l .. lJIJ .'Tbe said rsxreaeed
land lpln at the dat
Section 8 of 4888
a WrttrSMillertlDyY1': ; 111I or lisuat Chapter Laws -
,; tbe ce of aucb cerklticate In the : .
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4 New. 8 D, 12 ..".... . 1 29 name of F K. Noirls. Unless. said! ler !Florida. '" '" [LNtLAND
r OQW Fisher l> 12 ,.'..,, ...* 2 MHI .4' :J.. a0 ryNrn
u. till -ate sbnll be redeemed according to law Notice Is { c '
r a gart l"1.b." ... ,. ............. JJ tax (..e.\\'JII18.lIe., thereon, on the/lOtb duy tlturerCbmpan'ecorptrrtiou hereby given Hint Del.Rnd. purchaser Navnl ST. LOUIS MO r r'.... CtllfA seu 1 f

; ; 7 JLCJh ndler. ealldservicea 411 Aiimi.i, A. D 11)04.Wltnesa ) of Tnx CertiUcate: : No. 411, doled 'r
'". 8 L E ;ansey. Bdr..t.r .'j.. 1040' 01"' Olll"si ri (nature and, seal l the 2nd day of June A.I I n 11KI2, hn* tiled 1' IM
N J H lllblmrd, d! has made ---V IA-
IIHIKI J J Vinxitn'rs Com :.. 647!)
tlAM L I) JORDAN appllu'tlon for tax dyed to swear In RcrOl d- ylXGT01lisr
"' f i'' If if.. :istav: Clerk Circuit! !Jn1rt\'I.'J! ynnnijr, Fla.' ) area with law. Said oerMlicute! embraces ( .
f
> 47 he following described proptrty situated Atlantic I i Coast Line i Louis 'rl rcnKelvnLOULM

i,, Weoerti y that the wlihiii s'atemunt. .a Notice of,.Application for Tax Deed In Volusla county, l"Iorld..t" <>-wllt c
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true mid onrrrutin iirtl! ulur
J.every L.l'HAN81glt.: Under Sectio 8 'of Chapter 4888, 8X of nw of nwtf of uwi tec 33, tp7, +t an

. 't: Chnlrma.ir.Bl l'iib Inbtruetlnn.AtteBti j Laws o{ Florida Range 30e; fiacre* :Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga Or i1K1R
..JITVBEItr 'I'h.aid land being assessed at the
FISH. N ilre l laliereby vlven thut C C Fannlnir.iurbb date Round Trip Rates from DeLand: "yh
8u frlntenilent Riutince of ouch rertitiitate In Ihe nnme of / 'rf1
t:' ..J... :'. andbeuv. "s rnf Tax Crrllllciito. No. So", da'e,1tb. BertlettColqas.UglereieWcertltloateehallbe 4
llindi.v or.Jun... A. l> 18UII, has Hied redeemed according to law, tux deed $46. OO $38.35 C/Ty
'r ,ull I ...
oth.e. oerilHi'ate In my .III. at d bus made will Issue tberon tbe 24tb
on ot
: .... day Atienst. Rarhltf.
apt>ltUHtinn (fir tax deed. to I sue ITT .HocotdanoywlllitHW .A. D, 11)04.Witness) On sale dally. Good to Des 25 On Hale dally. Good CO days GM
t1 : NntltfeTllldP6\ (!1Vet711S'uLY; ea elnnni'et + 1 tlMdrertidentw, embraces my official signature ROIl seal ,
IJ; tr..til,I d.baalemos" otabaweaMeiYrtlWd: he' (following d"'IU'IIHId.I !/l'Uperty.'u..JfId. this tbe \23rd day of July A. U., 10>4.
1 n voiuula cnunly, Florldu, towlt $23.15
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M. Mnore, deceased will apply U the County SAM'L: D. JOKDX" .
"";f;. Judfe nc roh 'ketfotvlTgflJAr.r1 bin ""LoI.1an.11.; .nbofO to.l1Dupo.t/ Jand Clork Circuit Court., $30.85
( .sale 19 and 36. Good +
; on-ce 1 OtL MiCoii(lie imtijliiy uf>Au-- Oaudy grants f. \ ../.1. fyitf In July
Value ,
,t i' glut, I. Ill% < Si lilholtltjl.tIO aullfnUaprlvuUI ATas-siddAUsd> : (1 beiiKaMPs4-d> ,/ a*the date a county. Fin.HODQKIN'S On sale dally. Good 15 day 10 days and tn Coacher only

.lebe>-f _tnyie"rHied property or the immnnce M rack rerllHoate in the agents ,6U
For reservations and Information apply to A. C. L., or write ,
Mwltt Number three :'l and '
< ) eight Jrrwq
'J'. (tlmxkNo.twa/2)t.ttbe6nMJAh) ; ) ft ocrtmi'M name 'Ihnmas-N." : n hojl be 'n-deemed Arpry.llTnlere acconllnir j raid to n FRANK O. BOYLSTQN,'Cmn. Agt, W. D. STARKE Trav. Pass. A. rt 3H41NGt rdLlJl f

.ulwllflslon. .,f the WalkPrOrant as muilc law,tax!: dLCd wllllstu thereon on the l"tb 138 W. Bay Sc, Jacksonville. Fla.
by, U, |>. RogereU, lC." pSFniafrTecBfl' ( darof August A. D. 10O4Wltnrr I I IBJ.AI'
.'r. itllaatlt| I VoInxlAaouatYebr II 1 r the niirpnceoC' bis tbe Utli nay of July, A. l la. 1IKM. >' '
.:r the palfment of de' t}7R- .
: | El.iZ J. UAY, Clerk Circuit Conrt VoluaU County, Fla. Fee COY '/tVI I
''1//(' 1 Adm'x de burls I non. ., DeLAND FLA. IJ jAVAJI.,

11:, Dated- July 14tb. 11(04.( .. Notice 6f Application. for Tax Deed TTn A. KRICKSOIM.I SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN ..

der Section a of Chapter 4888, Laws EverythloK in Wagons Buggies, Carts I rpP
'li; executrix Notice. of Florida.' eta, mannfaxitared and repaired in my DEALER: INGonta' J drt' '

;J Notta* I IB berebv (tlv.: n Ibt-'th. under-' Nntlce'Irbewov'I glean thatO (I. Fanning Shop: in the very best workmanship lUc., ,
inownj Only 8ree cluee and Hats and Cape. 'I1<
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'" algnwlJmr ntml;all.* a.lhe Ex utrlx of the "purchaser. of tux certloYata) No 1 *,....I.ltd men employed Boya'Clothlnq,
( ElllatAt' Jeremiah ha !lrd dav of June, IDO-J. bar tiled laid and aret-olrae work turned out. I have RAIL.'VVA :
: ., pf Mi-Uralb. and a'l 1 oredltora Ladles, Gents, and Children Shoes. Slippers and Rubber. fiJilE
leit. ...... bolre. and dl-trlbutwa will oertldcate In mv otttoe and her" made application ately added to my plant! a :Ido
"' prrwiil tbelr claim within two year* from for tax deed to Issue In urcordanoe Baggy and Wagon Harness, Saddle, eto. To .
ibl dfte, 01 the name will be forever wltb law. ttrfld certlUosie embrace the WASHINGTON
1" bar follow .sg .d ..ribed property aitluated ID Sewing: Machlneg, Orgitnii, Pianos and MnHlcsl Iiintrumenta NEW YORK I| ASHVILLE and

84 BAH E. M CO BATH.Ezeoutrlx.., Voluala\.count; Florida towit{ '
General Repair Shoe. Harness Machlnea, eto. and the EAST. HOT 'SPRINGS.! N. C. ,
:: TblB I ly U. lMIoI.! K:80.4'4 cbs of s 5 cbs of lot 23 Dupont AUaudy ", ,

Qnnta 19 aures ; CINCINNATI. CHICAGO THE LAND OF ,THE: SXV-: ,;!- '
; e'.QfYjrahQi 1iat'ge' Tbe said land being sssewed si the date Havens Block DeLand Florida '
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o' 'be liauama or inch lertldcate In the .. .. The NORTH and WEST awe "The'Sapphire Couillry.: ,
''':'o If oloe I la hereby that six months name of Mr*. E. B. Perry. Unless.
given: lei i.4he31ir4 f4U ilAl'f1.i10..fhlatlrai0l. +41aIP dAy ill!Imo i1M1)Ip tit}IKO..14t14k/4Mt.
after till |' I I. .. .
loP. towtty ffnM. t tosmher.AD1Br > aid qp '' '' \ (bull *, redueinedeotxIlM '<- Mw *t D *) > D/atnll'Car
;* I rdtj. |n*.. t\rJvldn I J> l haw;,, t,xldevd will Jue< lk re- < F.allm.B. Catr S.rvreJIOVMR1UfMILWA7.i53t1MItq. .
,nuo-ant .. BdWlrflHti"i7r ISfine et.te or on'mi I Kith day ni n g n atgKA. 11. 1001. I IA r ''" 11f1'ORANGE .O.T: _'...... .. '__a......

1- tI".n Iplpytgypyy :WIt.ll.III'!! ur"TNW.'..3'Tr'1IniY; +O.' akS81. Y PLANTERS... :? .
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.Judgen f1A'. inQre ; I .IC A'T bliBki' 8tlwii 'A .1W t/tI..
for a :rtnTdJIWTVB IP ViVBtt! NfluifutBtTntolC 34...f:1rJOJU7.nw--: p-- 11M W. Bar Str_. JACMOKTILUI, .Fu.

an Dal4.1 ihi. ...ih. :yh,rt.y...< Mat.' 11)1 14 __, ftreyr! "ylt 'nn.r \..flUBl.a.tsOU..i'* .. W. a. Tw_ P. T. M, Wuhlncton. D.C. S. H. HMOWIM.O, f A., VhaftS*,.. I I" C
"t-- t'Jt:1': Rf ONE, 1 We hare 100,000 budded trees now growtnp in our Nurseries! Stocks And ... H. TAVUM. A. C. P A.. AlUma C,. -
ddmlhlrtrawr. Notice of Application for Tax Dwd.. Jnder 1 '

."- Section Q>*> Jn 1 varieties; ,to anit all soils and ,locations where Oranges. "anil,;,Grapefruit. ,r t r .- I.W. I.

of Florida.Notlo. 7\jr IK"Xm' can be grown Some trees for snraiuer planting! but we wunt/to': 'Interest! fiFkYR MuJIABPRM9'itat)194it64Mq I
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Is bereVv vlrM flit'tlRityi31R 41 t1R Wtt Wt'tOM
Bt ot. purcbanor"offax Certtfloat you In onr tree for fall planting.[ Tree should bo enpxgef> ,now:, io orderto :
LM
'F'' 1< 1, i i ,So. T8\ date hrj llimKtKlo/my Iho antlday/ir Jnue olBoe, ,IM2.ttarBViU and. secure you against disappointment. when you are rely. to plant them ; WILI-IAM; : o o r, (

bOIl oracle ap|lluatinn fur tax deed to Irons Our new Catalogue will Boon be Immed, telling all about trees, varietliA
In scoordanie. wlih law. Bald wN l ore cOLD TIRE SETTER !
rmbr x tL.lfIltn""IfJII! e !, (dpl tl' I locations, cultivation, eto., and yon can have It for the nuking. Wo glw Dealer' i In New anecojid.Iand d; } ;{ Furniture
.. Cam set Tires without taking : ,
i T II'lItIe' 't'9'.Juu"r.! "I... Iflto your J1
p't yon the benefit of years of experience, and the'beet valno for year money
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wheel from vehicle. We take out and
no
r ,ALL >>st Day ton a. 'DeLand Orange City Kla. SI
? opMiier Tile at be defeat bolts, rub no paint or burn ,our felloes to be bad of any high class nursery in Florida., Nothing{ bnC the /t.i injts: I I ,

W rwtya4 UM> Ul15belr1< lii lbe arms with a hot tire. Come and see it work grade, and thai .is not too good for you.a We have stocked both our storea! DeLlu dlanli; -aV, Orange City, with 2 ,
of d eertitle.teehrll and you win never.b.v6four Tires set > '' ft new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, whjch!\{ we are olierlnir $ ..
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ddM Ndrc b* retcen'lIII! l seoordlnw to tax b .gala'' ,rock bottom tn _lIt r
fact
prices- In
la'ii fcljc ) ) pllcated tlio W j
) of I I' a.kisgyon for your patronage In THE OCK AVVAH ,, ,NURSERiES I' county. You have had good bsn-g .lns a< oSt'9tortxl, but better : i

,iI" Ia''D.t I reonibe, "'l earl Iptfre past' and.,,' t ruoftln.,hoping_ continuance r ,. I'I'tta .i ", ; W'; CONNEKProprietor; ;' ., .* "",' ," ,,wait. All kinds you. otSecoadbandhoueerh t\)la feixWlbfnighl, -1" abd relic oneB.See i hqr

'ruanety f "STonrs to serve, .., ,' : ( > :"'"' 1 aU our roods and get prices before'buyingelswhere.. Jit
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?rc CNrk ClrauU Coart; Volu.ta County, 1'1.-) SCOTT'tfODUKINS.J ,.. TANGERINE .-- f FLORIDA/; ,1' "! ft.tI ... ,_ .. '
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